The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
May 17, 1904
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note:
Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .

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VOL11M~11 FL tS\l.1.L.ORID)A. 'I'l ISO AY, M AN' 17. [1904.



Stockton, Barrs and Broward-
S "People's Candidates."

("They Will Oppose Taliaferro,
Claik and Davis, the Trust
Last Tuteslay's primary election re-
tlurinte a'vel been slow about coining in,
i anu tile official returns mare not yet in, but
i i ia now kniowni who are nominated., who
defeated -aind who wi:1 be ini the second
SThe Tins-uiion and d other papers
r favidrlng TakiafarrQ, F lark,. Davis, State.
Co.0vention,- n I other ment and tmeas-
Suree'advocatied by the tr.ists and corpor.
Satioals, set out statenmelita long before
the vote was counteI,, to the-effect that
'.,Tll'iaferro had won011 out i tlie first pri-
a 'maIry. uit the statements were not true,
's and- Stockloit, Barjrs and Broward-tlie
people's candidates -will be in the sec-
and primary against T'aliaferro, Clark
and Davis, the trust candidates. ahead of Davis, and Brown's
s Itpporters will now support Broward,
S.tereby insuring bis nouminatior onm

Th 'Ie -Jennings and Call supporters will
Stnow go to Stockton, as will also some
i former Taliaferro meni, 'who see how
they have been "worked," and Stock;
tOn's chances of success are good.
Clark is less than a thousand votes
Saheadof Barra.. Alexander and Watson's
former supporters, and a few of Dough
Srty's will tnow go to Barrs, and it is cer-
Ltain that these additions will make Barrs'.
c chances as good asare those of 1%1r.
L Clark. -
P For State Superintendeit of Public In-
Sstrluctton, W." M. I1olloway defeated
W. N. Sheats by several thousand votes.
The Advocate.s of a State Conventionii
were ingloriously defeatcl, anI tihe 10o--
ple are to be congratulatedl onl the reiult.
The primary election law is snfe.

Great Surprise.
The large inajosity by wlicl I'i" \V'
M. Holloway was inomiiatledl ove IP '.
W. N. Sheats last Tuesdlay fr Sit
Superintendent of IPublic Insltruclitin a -
a great and agreeable surprise to \1l
Holloway's friends anld Aus great aind I
agreeable disappointment to tlie fritiie,-
of Mr Sheats.
The Star and niany others believ-.1 the
race would be very close, and was ill
doubt as to which of the two candlilhlt'.
would receive tlie iioniiuiatioli.

Died Saturday.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. II I .
Dye, of North Gainesville, sympathize
with them in the dieatlh of their
infant .daughter, who died Saturday
afternoon, after a short illness. Tie
funeral was conducted by Rev. A' J.
Carpenter, at the Methodist church .tun-
day afternoon.
The Star unites with other friends in
sympathizing with the bereaved parents
and fiends.

Mr. Evans Killed.
Mr. R. B. Evans, formerly of this cltL
but more recently of Raleigh, where lie
was employed as a foreman at Cone's
saw mill, was run over and killed
Saturday night by a train on the Atlantic
Coast Uine railroad near the mill.
The-body was terribly mutilated and
death was instantaneous. The Star anda
other friends extends sympathy to th-"
bereaved widow and children.

You Are Invited
Mras. Triass Denby will have herlegi
ular concert in the Gaineaville Graded
en4-Righ School auditorium nert Fri-
day eolong. May 2o, and all friends of
the students are respectfully invited to
be plmenLt No admission fee will be
%bhatid, and those who desire to attend
a .1mto excellent musical entertainment
should be sure-to attend this one.

Jacksonvllle Hotel.
- .The N r Travelers Hotel, H. W. Ilan-
Sd i l and R. W. Campbell as-
-ier, ia the place to stop
wJ B to Jacksonville. Nice
Ialhe fiar, reasonable rates,
leated--on Bay street, in
lf r,. e Mr. Campbell is of
Ftl catyand- it will at-
to treat inicely people
-canty when they go to
to Jacksioniwtle and want
altatton at reason-

oIi-s.w Hpe.

wais -.i arnutst Ri e,ioblicahii,, ii tU l0 so ]- I'lie iing of the leha miner and saw, Lthe
,her, a Gir.imI .Army min ai wli at nil ,-I Ahoalinlg of laborers reminds one of the
Sales ptinsionlie. lie heel several iI boom lilies of eighteen years ago. 'The
-il'ces ill tie Comitiv year- agi li e w imoniiey-to tbe paid out for labor during
probably 75 e.-ars ot age. tile summnter months will enliven trade to
ThIe reiliiinsittaereiilterrid ii I'veirecn ibuchti ain extent that Ihe nirchmints will
cemetery lon yesterday, auml were borne io regain confidence Had those who predic&-
the grave by his coinr ides of the GA R. ed dire results from the elimination of
lie haL, lived in Gtainesville longer tilhe saloons will take heart, and with a
than any mitain who hla chosen this city strong pull-a-long pull ansl a pull alto-
as his resideiince after the war. ge'.her Gaiunesuille will take a pace that
will send her at once to the head as the
largest and most prosperous inland city
of the Stale. It Is a consumaition dle.
voTly to be wished. I"t us work in
Fn. isom for it.



Personal attentioaW to all
matters inll this line. Mail
and telegraph orders
promptly attended to.
Iubalnming scientifically
d o n e .

siallaf Cattli to lleop.
A curious Instance of the power of
' muslc comes from the western ranches,
where the cowboys have learned that
they can sing cattle to sleep. At "bId-
ding time" a rider will ride to the
front of a herd, stop It, and tmen he will
ride rapidly around and around It till
the cattle are herded com together,
He nually singa or whblstle while he
Is doing this and presently one of the
herd alies down, to be followed In quick
succession by the others, till In ton
minutes a herd of 00w may be all down.
The cowboy now rides slowly around
them, stopping oecaslonally I he de-
alrea t o. andl whistling or atANging, aS e
lkem But should the herd g* up or
become excited In the night be ridea
around rapidly apd ings until they af
quiet.-New York Tribune.

Does Your


If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
it you'll wonder why you didn't think of us long before.
All work guaranteed. No hasty sliphod Job ha.tves otr
shop. None but the best materiaf used, alsd you willh
I not grumble at the prices either.
1H. C.Stevens

High Springs, I

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(Gidings' Jlair (Grower does the
For Sale by Dr. S. I1. Giddings, C
ville, anid the Postoffice Drug Store
A. Stephlens, Igh Springs., Fla.
Mr. W. R. Amnderson returned S
from a visit to his old houe in Ge
lie was accompanied by hils sister
Ana'lersotn, who will spend a while i
Mrs. Kate R. Young and soIm,
ward, left this morning -the forn:
Spartanburg, S. C., and the laltt
Indian Territory, where he Is engaj
D)r. Merrltt Corthell, the oculis
be in the city at the Brown H
Thursday and Friday of this week.
one in need of his services will di
to call on hinm.
Mr. W. Ii. Aycock, the Melrome
stores operator, was a pleasant cal
the Star office Saturday. Said he ca
talk politics, and we soon found th
politics was almost right.
have you tried Giddings' iais G0
Other have tried it and pronounc
good. For sale at i. 13. Olddings'
Stole, oalnesville, and Poatofflce
Store and I. A Stepbens, Hh11b Sp
-Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, Mrs. H L.
fer, and Mrs. W. L. Floyd, expect
to Jacksonville tomorrow to alten
board meeting of the Women's Po
Milasionary Society of the Meti
See that the feet are housed pro
Don't take any chaneseof breslhn-
in, The bsoeo we carry to ouar
partineit are comfortable Inos the
ay's wearing. They an styllab,
and keep thelr shape becau the
are of good quality. L. C. miUth.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ilaiandbosi
Appleton, Wis., left yesterday for
home, after spending the winteat I
city. They will return next fall
spend the winter bre, they havi
winter home here and a ammne hol
Wisconsin. -
Mrs. Will Goose, a worthy la
thi" city, dems tig lfmo U &
nthat ah taka ativ OW wT
to do, 111s e It her. She W
Jobshn u ft Sanidy fr WilW

I)7 will go atU- *mMW lOMO 1
emd. ThM eitrq us th ity0
'a4s a has6rry to 1t f lvi
olne.. f : ,i'i jAj

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DV1 A Ii )Hi. 011 Ih IO Aldi l-ENNEL 's MAJORITY.
Died il. Jacksonville After Llrngealin,-. I IU It W'as sarge ltecause a Prin
Illness. w-i.e Ivolved.
lTue f l 1 ., ing account of his 1ic .ti' F .i 1, m. ,i I '", .,
taken froi the Tiunesi-Union or S l.. Iri \ I.

)r. J. N. D. Cloud, county pllih -i .i ,F \F :<.i, (,Ft+t'iFr>, u i t.- .
and orieof the best known w cnHm i. i f..\lore t i lluildirii. .G F ll (il TGtihaI -.. t( t,:e p,.,t> i .1.. u -0 :
the medical profession in Jacksomtivi'J, Ev r re tioli of thlit policy of wit, o0n .Ail
died at I o'clock yesteid y aftermnii>n, v. "ii t. esp-cially i"linad tiger.-" l.
after being ill for quite, a while Ti il- -. geitlietten as l.g (for tlt- iani t- o
mediate cause of his death was bliod I nedil not feel aurt so tuch bcrw se
poison, the result of abscess of the an, GA1 N ISV1 ()\ A l .t 0 M t w nre olt elected, r taeret was t ta
domen. "p : e imivo'ved. aiit the people felt the
"the deceased was a native of Caiildei, 1ciple ittore iportaot thatn the
R. C., but had been a resident of Fluridla Builditng auld Repairitig the Or- T'hel those who elie-ved t i the ad'
for a number of years. He had been itu der of the Day -Crimp De- g es of, nio saloons, felt that Mr.- l'
Jacksonville for the past six years, and c l a Prevaiis hsal allowed hiniself a mant, and a
during that time has been agent of the creas Ordeicer, arnd s wewere in a state of
State Board of health, in charge of tile *We vwi;h hlat all people -inow mooting that it was best to keep himt, in ioffi
Sand Hills Hospital, and also county time (qu.e-;tiol of saelootis or anti salloons there was to danger of our friend
physician, in charge of the county hospi- couhleotlne- to the city of G .inhesville tild elinemy, attelipting to "tiger bootre
tal. His death took place at the latter witness the minarch of progress in our where in the coniity.
place. town. Not qiifte onei year ago anl elec- eFennell hits the united support
"The funeral services will, take place ltion w\\s he>l iut Ahiachua .county for the classes of citizens, except a few wl
at 3:45 o'clock this afternoon, from tite purpose( <.( letrlniiling whether -or not iiitandtl they wll te noolow thi
undertakiung parlors of the lacksonville- whliskey or other ulcohiolic liquors should which way the wind blows. S.) fa
Undertaking Couipany;, Rev. W. .M. l)e sold, aint the vlterdict against selling can learn there is no ill feeling >tpc
Poage, pastor of McTyieii Me.nlemri:l was ceinphasizuil by am majority of over part of FPenneli's supporters town
Church, will officiate. Tliheu Toly will be three hutildre,. M\liniy gool aaid honest other clunditlates.
shipped to NuCwnainsville, Fla for-inter i men voted tlih wet ticket Mincerely lie- CY AI
inent. lievinht thliat tley were voting iti the best
"The pallbearers will he Dr. F. ID. Ill- interests of Ihe city, anl mat'iaiy also lpre- for heat mea
ler, Dr.J. H Pittmian, Dr. R. II. Deat, listedd that before another election under y
Dr. Rolert V. H. 'hemas, R. E-,. Merritt, the law could be h Id, that grass would W. N. Catup, of Ocala, was hit (
S. T. Shaylor, John Allen aind J. A. Crain he growing in the principal streets of ville Saturday.
ford." G. (ainesville and that business -would le Honi. J. M. Rivers made a profet
. The corpse arrived in Alachuaa Sundayy stagnant all over the cominty. It was also visit to High Springs today,
tight and was carried to the home of -W. predicted that when the time came for Mr. and Mrs. Cook, of Pairfield,
M Cloud, and Monday at to o'clock was a' other election that the county would ihopplag in the city yesterday.
placetl itl its last resting the fain- go wet. y it vote of two to one-that A .1. and W C. ,Sunmira, ot
ily burying ground at Newnanisville an blind tigers would have lairs in every Springs, were in the city yesterday
large crowd of sorrowing relatives i$aul bay-hiead and our jails be filled with W.R. lteckert, of thetCumner
friends following the remains to pay their i icrnimials. ." eet ti et is fa
S" .' i tr-i -t-ay,lipent Sunday with hhi failt
last tribute of respect. | Mark the results: Arrests and couvic- this city.
Dr. John Cloud was- well and favorably 'tions of illicit dealers have putt hutdredas u Morto ,
known throtgliout- this section, mid is of dollars into the county treasury. 0. usA Mortonof Eve, was atio
deteibr oftu l ootusiness visitors to ill
death is sadly mourned. Dr J. t Cloud r itut n s promise busine vtor to
sady-aotrte jails are without inm.ates, nutirder are a.
accompanied by his other, et to ost a thingof th past while the streets
Jacksonville on Monday of last week and lare free of grass, the bacuanalian song, C. I). Wood, a prominent I
relnailied with himt until the eciid. the obscene language, the reeling toper manit of. Archer, was a business
'I'ie n iny" friends of tihe family extend and theniutrderouis ring of the revolver to the city yesterday.
tl ir heartfelt sympathy in their sorrow all are seen and heard itso more-to be Rev., I. C Rape, of Blont.sont,
-Alacua hustler. hopedforever. Thein too we have ten the city yesterday, disposing of
handsome brick stores nearly completed cash among our imerchantts.
Deatti of 1i. C. Drake. on tIhe old Joseph block, where stood N, A. Callison, Bentiigton;
Chle tldenth lih iilay imoriing of Is. C .Langley'"s siloon and some ramshackle Williains, Alachus; S. (G. F'inny,
Drklr tik llmiost all of lheol d laiid- fisl andI o)ster restaurantiis, io hiand- loiiil, were 1il the city Saturday.
iitmrk,. of (G.inesville over tile silent sboine brick stores going up on the old Iloi. W. G. RLoberson Ihas bt
rivtr. Scott lot, an hundred foot two-story a visit to White Sprinjgs for several
lMr'. DraTe 8 aulle to this iUty aloi ut ware house in rear of the brooks which he bas enjoyed very mnucih.
hIiiri) e-.ini ayg, and engaged first ill thlestore; two hainisomte residences e is y Haile, e acco
a n,itr iiii,.s, acclinniulting a fAir old IV. X.N Miller orange grove, another- aughterofa K. Knaile of Jackson
atu m.iti property. Su iieitly l, IIt rmey t olo0 a ot last Liberlty, t was illithe city visitinK friends rec
,, .,it.1 itI t-.i ,i-.l ;i Rellllblir-.l Iams oI4 lher--ircDl)oinahl'is-near ilhe ola I-osi
itI tu a 'l cl Ie i ,l i ul ,I e, a fin e brick fire stttiio alln up-to. Victor IMcKinstry and llarvey
fil In thil- ,t o1 ,Lck, villhe A,. a date electric light plant, a nu rgusificeint son left today oil a businen trip to
all ii pi-,,,v ,l1 lia,.i ollo-i filliali lY till o, lli -ii I Jimtl er mantnaf.c ring plant, where they will lbe gone-for several
lie >,,iiein. I i. k to i;.it -ville- ;i lIge. b rrel factory, a isixl lltousand Mias lEmmia kobinson. daughter
S f. It:. ir s agbi, lie hi.i, i -al r i i I-of .r- , wooI oil facioru ; while remodeling eteemuied county treasurer, return
iilvy .s, whichli le never ve--,Vare"l, .4i1I inmpovinig ii going onl il all partI of terlday front a splendid visit to CI
linl a thirI attack tcaiu ,l isrcaith lH i t I e- c ihv.. ton. S C.


FROM JENNIN(GSA n old m1, ..sstory
clple rriUAn hid Illl.'l\ls, Ft i .il-. ..I>n.i ,ralo S 3Ou
r mi i 1 1.I I t, l l .

i, : r.i ni g i I'cls \V1il l i s for I', i.At ll tihe houi.,its thle
1, "* Stucktoi. alout to the ioiut of ifty or -txty
tFilr he | min' itibe'r of personas destroyed tby
i" on (this Iiow cold itever be known, for the
ia n lxt om IU bult oauo wuas the oU Ita-v.
rit ii THER T T1 HIE;HI'E FRI.ENlSE N1nSt house. hier (at that ide of
S Light) but full of comNpany. And In
Three ,tuir four days. after logging, they
tan. h Thinks Jennings Supporters cont'linilly found heads, arms, leg,
l"n ."e" tc." Tlhe most literestinglv l part of the
ennell shouldd and Will Support e -oivunt onwa further on:
A gool Stockton. "In tI Iti'e digging they fond the Bls-
trial, tr'a. of thie hoxiuse of thlo Rose tavern
ce ull H' SriitiNts, lta., May ih. slttiing it I, hr birA nd, one ofrthe draw-
s Ihe Il)le"OR STAi: Iin last Tuesday'a pri- era siulltdug lby the bar's aide, with a .
Stiln mry vote< uil an d all I colt.l for Gov- pot Inl his lainlil, only stilled by dust and.
mary I vot tdid all I col ] s moke., their Iodnh Ies Iing preserved
enir Jenni for the United States Whole by ni nll of great ttumbers all-
of all ate. I wanted. him inoitiinated, but it lig across onei utpo nuiother. There
iiskey oolld iaot lhe, as there were too mnaty was also found upon the tipper laads of
c' see cai liditates alskilig for the up.port of ilie Barking chuiv ia young hilld lying in
r At I fcom"loltntl people If Stock toll tiIl Call a cradle nil newly laild In bed, neither
ii the hndl no(t been iin the ract-, Jt-uuiig woutild child nor. ctudle haviilng the lonat lgun-
rn the probably have ltcn iolinialulitel, frit no al flr* or other hurt. It was, utver
o,,e ,i ,ott that .,fhre llei t known whow lhlid It was, so that one
ta fo- ,, .i- or t loftho para h kept It t or a mtemortal,
lisot. full corporation vote, and that it was. thle forn e yyearr 1040 I saw the ild.
alltl corporation vote that was divihd',t grown to be then a proper mstalden."
between Jeiniitigs, Stocktoun aand Call. I
ts Now I aim for Stocktoi, anti lot for 'the Trotbi'Aetlo Itl Cotyote.
aines- Stoca~tony only, hbt for the "Tlre Tho coyote hitda nustll chance or life,
Frietdsl,' (Stockton, i irrs itid Brow- .it Imiuted l ripo nAll ocvaslions and by.
ard),d Iicrelytrut dthat e ov e r ev)ou, and suond.y i os. As the
sio a), I cry ever owhy nareeor along the plains be
Who voted with nie ain the first primary ops itt It with hin six shooter. The
were will vote with ,le in the secotiu 0ne wlao rancmhitnn has a shotgun or rile
I haven't the slightest dout ttlit thot v- alinighlin Ian convenient place awalt-
S..hig erior Jenniiiigs h.imnself will suli.po.t liog lthe nppearanileo of. a coyotel neat
S Stocktoni eariecatly frclni now tintil t e tho ranieh .house. -.ThO hunter of more
l tIbattle closes I ain sure also lihab soin' "liolho g l me 1eivor miisses a shot at a
Com- wlio supported Tallaferro before have coyote, while there at'ro profess otnals
ily i s e .. ir mistake t I who do. little e .y --*ae n -their mistake, anl- ,Wll vote for 4 y^) o
kl l. f"- or tyear'a tnd Ito another, es4dlmes,
Stockton" oi JIua 7th.1 A Jeanings or there ire orgnnltized hilnt tnnangurated
ig tlie all. itn tai irannot consistentlyy saiipport In settled oininunlittes for both t eas-.
ie city Taliaferro, but everyone +of titenia can., ire aulid profit, whimn large cope of
froli the very nature of tlhingt, take to thp country I wept cilen and the coy-
ntlneesa Stooktoi as Ilaturailly as a duck I can lolt ftlling nto thle ntashes of the bunt
isitQor take to water are dsIiatnlchid ind their skins tanned
Now fellow voters, who are of the coin-. for rugs nid dlpritniiits. Then animals
i. ion people, let's all pull together. Let's nre lmtted wlith polotned m nt. This
ws .in give. htocktonl, h"ra anl Broward as by method r dtrtion by notonly used who
sonlii a vote onil unte the tli, a the cor- lu r tanohm f t c
naahit a a lln.,m at killilg oyotes far
poratiois tried to give Tallferro, Cliark ilvil ig.-Kianu.s City Journal.
J. R. and )vis on May o, .
Rocky lMAI.coI.i (;. KN;IIT'r prsumptiv. E videme.
"hut--how do you know be went to
een on C(alt. J. A. King, a prominent citizen heaven?"
il ays of Orange Heights, was int tie city lat- "Kase tlwe nulo kicked him that way.
urday. *n' he hadn't never cone down yltF'-
plished W. W. Avern, formerly of Miller & Atlanta ConsUtutlon.
nville. Avern bilt now operating a cold drink Tihe rit of I1.
cently. aind Confectiotnary lbusines on0 his o mwn hese people who know all about the
Rober- account Ihas one of thle hlaniilsomtent plhuen stock market anid holw It ts going nOvel
) Ocala in town, and is serving the public In a tell you until it sla gone.--Chicago Trib-
I days. nanrner that is Iln perfect keeping with tine.
hIsn lih leaullful place. .
of Monley Ja I bottomiMe sea In willil
ed yes liprovnients are being talde it MaJ. honor. donslence and truth may be
harlc- IV. R. Thomaas' livery stable. The hear- drowned.-Coalay.
nlesl room that was in the frrnt laI Ibeen
work,. It rnt owit iAid a new mie it behlg a ill s If it Is Jo h printing you waut just send
ie. i the rear. lncre and J. Made this change iL-eccsata ,Niy jour prompt attention, lanid work aind prices
Tlioulas Urns atl up-to-date livery stable will suitl vou. tf
unilday and keeps up with the times. .
orgla. Thie syinpallies (if the entire ltoAn HAIR <1OWLIU.
Miss go oit daily to HIl. O'Neal and Ihis fami- Brooklyn, N. Y., April 21, '99.
ni this ily In their dire distress. To have a Dr. S. II. (lhlding.s,
uluch loved wife and two darling chil- Dear Sir: -Will you kindly inform n a
Iley- dre i down with fever at one time and by return niall If you can mend your5sec.
r for i 11dangeruuly III.s a eonlito baittle of Hlair grower the Unparalleled
ir for dangerous iiyll, la condition lhit (Trade Mark) and if so I will send you
er for elicits otur liveliest emotions. It a postal noteJor thie sne. Please informr
ged in hope and pray for their recovery, me the amouiat ol postage it it can be
The Holmes Conpany, formnierly of ma nl. in lori the winner of 1897
t, will Hawklinsvlle, (a., but now manufac- and '9g I used five bottles of the twenty-
louse, turning barrels in this city, has a nice dis- five cent size and produced a nice growth b
Any play ad. In this paper. Mr. J C. ,Sheeta of hair where It had been entirely hebald
o well Is manager here, end he a sures ItShtfor fifteen years, and now I would like to
owell is manager here. and bhe asures that iry it once more if I can get it.
he like Gaineaville, anid that he will, V'ours truly.I
naval keep up the splendid reputation the 39 Hilaks it. J. W. HAvNiN. a
ller at llolmes Company has as manufacturers State of Florlda. I
tlie to of first-class barrels. County of Alaciua, s
at his 1, Clty of Oaineaville,
rowafAJ hi a _ilO (. State of Porila, at trle, B. II. Oidding.
id H Aua erlVR^IT tm cni' who befhg duly sworn by me deposes pin
rg says that the above a aatstl _nal waa sent
Drug . When you cone to to him by mail by r. W Iamma, a a
Dris. Sm h y e whom he had never mn or hear of, d
ring" IIII also that he bad no htowlodgeo "e '
Phi man ever having uaed or procured the II
to go scri ber npMralleled lHair Grower, sand -a far a
di OIUeI i he knows no cnoe had influenced him to

odit far Sljo. This to make ro om fr1 Sworn ajSutacrlbediefereme this C
new Esounft. All on band were 12th dlay of Ifoveber, A, P. igot. 4
y, bought Ilst November and January! O I RI0* 5, M. De_ a
al are Am. You awye get Notary blic f.or th... of ar
tie- rine Padeless Potografs.'t i. u i
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Shlie Celebrated New York City
Will Visit Galnesville, ..
Thursday ard Friday,
May 19 and 20.
Positively a days only-Office
Brown House Parlor.
I)r. Corthell will visit Gaines.
ville Monthly during the year.
lgith Silriilga, Satutday, May 3i.

.Vnder and by virtue of a fiual decree
made and ren dred on the a8th day of
anunary, A. D1. 1o3, by Hon W. 8.
ltulloch, jud of the Ctircuit Court of th.
5t la Julcat rcult -f Florlda, In aid for:
AiachuaI county, In a dase there, epndii ,
i tbe Chancery s tide Oe. CJ ,.' ,'
l the isLa I n Jaeerlad- of Aacbu
wherein Rachal 1tK. "Jaieron of AtIIaohn *1 ;'*
county, 1'lorlda, as administratrix of the
estate of James A. Brock, deceased, late "
4f Maid place, and 1. Jamneron, her.
husband, are conu pla nanti, and HenriF P. ',
Urooker and Drew lirooker, his wife, are ,.
defendants,, wherein I was appointed as
a special uatiter in chancery to execute
saild decree, I will poll at public ult-cry,
before the court house door, in the city
of Gaineaville in Alachua county, Plo .
Ida, on Monday, the 6th day of June, A
1). 194, being legal sale day, between .
the legal hours of sale, the following de-
scribed( real estate situated, lying ant be-
ing in the county of Alachua, State of
florida, an:d particularly known and de-
scribed as follows, to.wlt:
The weat halt of the northeast quarter '
of *ecion sixteen (t6), Township nine
(9) south, Range .fourteen (14) east, lit-
nuated in Alachua county, Florida, to-
gether with all. and ingularthe tene- .
nmenta, hereditAnlenta and appertenlance .
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper-
Said property levied upon and to be
sold as the property of said defendants
to astlhy and pay said decree, fees and
costs. Terms cash.
This 26th day of April, A. D. 19o4.
"W. 8. BoO3OMR,
Special Master in Chancery.
Coinplalnasnt'm Solicitor.

Politiceal (nreuneema ntc.

County Ekperintendent.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superlntendendent of
Public Instruction of Alachua county,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, and reapectfully solicit the sup.
port of all democratic voters.
J0.0. KKIT.O.

County Supeolintendent.
I am a candidate for the office of Su.-
perintendent of Public Instruction of
Alachna county. subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and solicit the "
support of Democratic voters. if elected,
I will favor rerelckmlent and the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. K.L..V.

Nolllted by many friend, I aanouam *
myself a candidate fbrReprwtat'tiv
from Alachus county In the mat tllS-' .
ane subject to the Democeatie pimuu. ,
If elected the Wte of Alslh e -',
assured that eir intet wI be wI
taken care of in earnest Logslau, -. ,
mnd I shall especially xerciae my ig ,i
once for the enetument of a varat law
Imllpr to that now In force In Oore, '
which haa done so mush to solve I '
abor problem I that tate. "y

upport Iwi aide b theAU. IA

A. A. RosLso aO.
Ce. nty Cuoumrle lenyi. .'
I lbiemwhill p inemi mnye ndld l-."
alpt Coaiomeauer frame dt
.so aab r the prtaim ar and am.d ,

Rather Than Surrender, Rus-
Slans Destroy Their Ships.'


Determined that Bottled Pleet Shall
Not Fall Into Hands of Jape
When Stronghold

a .

* Ie Taken.

0. Y An official Japanese dispatch has
, been received In Che Poo to the eofr-
feet that the Russians have destroyed
R. their fleet In Post Arthur.
A special from Toklo says: Admiral
:. Togo reports that since the 6th of iday
many explosions have been heard
I coming from the violnlty of Port Ar-
thur, but their cause has not been as.
certalald. The Itapreselon is that"
the Russians, despairing of their abil-
Ity to defend Port Arthur, are do
stroynlg their ships before evaoutaung
*he place.

Denied by Russians.
A. St. Petersburg special says: The
general staff admits it Is without ad.
vices as to whether the rallroa. or
telegraph to Port Arthur arts still
t open. Upon several points, however,
V epeelfle Information Is vouchsafed.
The Idea that the Russian squadron
S at Port Arthur Is being destroyed to
prevent Its falling into the hands' t
the neomy Is scouted at the admiralty.
S "We .are not going to repeat 'he
iz h l e made at Sebastopol," said
,i; e uAdaimral Rojestvensky, command
er of the Baltle fleet. "If the worst
-,comes to the worn:, the squadron will
put to sea, engage the enemy an'f In-
c let as much damage as possible be-
fore going to the bottom. But you
o, Ba ay that It Is a Iiltle early vet
., to talk of such desperation."

Strength of Fleet Unknown.
It Is Impossible to give an accurate
list of the offectiV' Russian warships
at Port Arthur, but some idea of bhe
Bs' state of the fleet can be formed from
the offlcal report of Viceroy Aleiloff
to tlaporor Nicholas concerning tIbe
g, agaement of April 1i, in whi6h the
Patropavlenvk was sunk and the Pa-
.blWe was seriously damaged,
In the report the viceroy said: Tb
w hole effective squadron at Port Ali
S'Ilr sailed out." He then enumerated
ast, M the units of the fleet the first elase
Battle ships Peresviet, Pobleda, PO
'. la, Petropavlovsk and SBevastopol,
tie armored cruisers Bayan, the first
(" *las protected cruisers Askold and
i taaa, the second class protected cruls-
o er. Novik, two torpedo cruisers and
five torpedo boat destroyers.
It will, therefore, be seen that on
the day after the destruction of the0
-,,' Petropavlovsk the Russlans at Port
Arthur had available three battle ships
i noe armored cruiser and three protect
ad cruisers. The number of topcdo
Siboats or torpedo boat destroyers effect.
r" vpiV p' disabled Is not known.


SJudge Jones Renders important Labor
Decslalon in Albama.
Judge Thomas G. Jones, of the
IjUnited States district court, fh Dir-
mingham, Ala., has rendered a far-
reaching decision In the Walker coun-
47y conspiracy case. Last s'uumer Jo-
seph Hattler,-organizor of District No.
S 0 of the United Mine Wtorkers, and
B. iL. Green, colored, vice president
of the organization, were assaulted
and whipped, while they were in Walk-
or county on a mission of organising1
S local unions.
The opinion concedes the right to
form labor unions, but says it is not
Oes of the rights conferred by the con-
t14titution of the United States,. '-he
; ldge says in conclusion. "
"It would be a lesser evil to society
to leave tho wrong unredressed than
.to .usurp jurisdiction to punish the of,
'Iasse hore. This court lias lo JurWll-
dietibn, and the defendants are di-'
area, without delay."

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lMOROS KILLE .o anHDX fIwnww

Detachmentof*ink Iment Caugh state Ia Visited by Three DestrscU i,
In Ambue-ade In. Mindeane and Wind t Whi play
Seventeen are *ulthered. FrightfulHavoc.

NeWs om- rom Manila (that Lieu A special trOm toldthwalte, Tox..
tenant Wiaoeld Harper and thirty nine says: A tornado', acoalpanled by se-
men of rF company. of these 8venteeuh vTere rfa etlted In .the death
United Btates Infantry, were caugl;ht of Mrs. Allen Dennis, George W. Ma
o4 M ,t I 1 an amibtsh by several iu6- eon and a child of 8. Z. Harper, of
dred Msros. this vicinity. Luither Reed, Allen Den.
Two American officers and fifteen nla, Mrs. B. Haroer, Joe Griffith and

mado were killed and five msan were
The ambush occurred at Simpatem
ba the east shore of Lake Llguasan
Island of Mindanao.
The officer killed In the ambush
were First i uatenant Harry A. Wood
rug and Second l eUtenant Josepn H.
Halt, both of the Seventeenth Infin
Lieutenant W xdruff was born in
Indiana and entered the service from
the state of New York.
LieuLtenant Hall comes from Alaba
ma, where he wai born, and was pro
moted to his lieutenancy from the
The regiment was last stationed at
Fort Vancouver, Washington state, be
fore sailing for the Philippines last
Its companies are composed of weat-
ern and northern men and was never
stationed In the south.


Highly Sensational Experience of Miss
Belie Crane, of Decatur.
A dispatch from Paris says: United
States Consul Goner'al Gowdy4recently
received a letter from an Americana
girl, saying she was locked up In a
provincial jail, without any charge hav.
ing been made against her. The' cun-
sul general sent a representative to
the Jail and secured the girl's re.
lease and return to Paris. He then
cabled to her parents residhig at de
catur, Oa., requesting funds for her
return to America.
The girl related o sensational story
She claimed to have been abducted oy
an American seeking to marry her
and she had accompanied him on an
automobile tour, was locked. up in a
room In a country hotel, escaped aud
attempted to walk acroes the country,
but was arrested as a wanderer by
the Fresch authorities.
laquileg made by Mr. Goidy's rep-
reventatirv established the correctness
of her detention at the provincial jail
bat the story of her abduction was not
verifad, except by her, statement,which
has been reduced to an affidavit be-
fore the consul.
The names of the parties are A'lth.
.held as no legal steps have bean t-t' against the alleged abductor and ov.*
lag to the doubtful character of some
of the accusations.
Pending the arrival of funds, the
gIrl Is being cared for by the Amerl
can Young Men's Christian Associa-

Investigation developed the fact
that the young woman referred 'o in
the above Associated Press dispuLch
from Paris is Miss Belle Cran.i, ol
Decatur, Ga., who went to London
about a year ago to give concert roid
Miss Crane attended the Agnes Scott
Institute a number of years. ier
rather, B. S. Crane holds a promI.ient
position with the Virginia-Caroliita
Chemical Coniptany, and was votry
much distressed a,. the indefinite to
ports that had been rornlved by n;m
from the American Consul Go teral
Gowdy. He had heard nothing direct
from hli daughter In several woolts,
but about eight days ago, in response
to a cable from General Gowdy that
Miss Crane was In Paris and wislaed
to return borne, he cabled $200 to pay
the expenses of her return pasatage.

Mambera Took Umbrage at Censure
Pronounced by Emperor.
A dispatch to the Central News
(London) from.tsoul announces that
the Korean cabinet resigned ln a body
Wednesday as a consequence of the
emperor having sharply censured its
minleters for neglect of their dutlis.


Ve>-eof ct eWnMre. 5 ury ovr .J U5 Georgia State Senator Sentenced- for
of Deod Millionaire. J Mtsusing County Schgol Funds.
21 dead body of B. L. Wents At Calhoun. Ga., Thursday, Senator
,Whlh Waa found near Big Stone Uap. W. P. Dodd. who was convicted Tuea-
aw lasMt Bunday, arrived at Bristol, day In an adjourned session of the
% ,NM. W0nesday morning and aa hout supreme court of using funds bolong-
Statr twhe special left for Philadelphia, Ing to the county school fund for per-
tha t of the Wents family, con- sonal purposes while ho was county
wItllWit idead man's two brothers school commissioner of Gordon couo-
tmi bedy. Ity, was sentencedd by Judge A. W. Pite
the mernar'sa ury at Bi BStone Gagp to serve a sentence of two years in
.-* &e v edlot of suclide or accidental the peilteptiary.
.U#lB th. lBUSl h t ~. Veloped to I In addttib to the above casA there
SMA to a clew to the 1murdeerer, i were three or four Indictments re-
ct- or wa Comamitted. maininag., hargla Mr. Dodd with for-
;" I ~gery. These cages will.not be tried,
BU R U *as Judge *lt6 will ask that they be nol
OC prolsed, thuse Making the sentence of
J0imOre Long Burled Is Unearthed by tw yea lmpriseument cover all
SPloewman at Newton, Maes.
3 l playing In a field at NevWton, HOLLOWAY CASE POSTPONED
A3. T'Itrsell unearthed a big ---
Stiagtif w Thibh was found to be SBeatlonal Primary Denoument In
thi plunder of a bhr IIft com0.- Iloride Atacts much Attention,
Ilt 18 M Ot of the property e se tlonal event of the Flor.-
oo4"Sltd of yW d tmr, which bttherwise was free
ketbooks ane. froo sensational events, w'a the ar-
Sto Mrs. H. ret at W. M. Holloway. candidate for
S vd statla n sterlnteadent of schools, upon
el" a. a Wrant owbrpo out at the InSutigation
..... -k 4W .f o-hs opponent. the Incumbent of the

., 9 SP. a

the talitt the
Rt hall -of t1e

pc anan

k bate against Holloway "v's call-
it GainmvUIeK Wednesday. and
.nmutual'agremwit ot attorneys
piaftpoaed tinal the 19th.
". t roona W Wr packed to euf-
,k nmgber of "ltles being

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a child of B. P. Harper were seriously
Injured. Twelve or more homes were
totally destroyed. Full particulars are
not obtainable.
A tornado In the section of. count.
try about. Star Mountain, located about
25 miles southwest of Hamilton, in
Mills county, destroyed five houses,
killing George Mason and blowing
away one of his' children. The child
Is alive, but Is not expected to live.
C. B. Behooier had his house blown
away, and one child killed and other'
members pf his farAtily slightly Injured.
The house otf Mr. Rayburn was also
destroyed, injuring four of the fam-
A tornado at Holllday stat on, In the
Wlchita valley, about 12 miles from
Wickhita Falls, entirely demolished the
school house and many other build.
Wings. The teacher, Sam Horton, of the
public school, was fatally Injured, and
a boy, Henry Riggs, had his arm
The elevator anlI grain Louse of
Wilson & Nolan was totally destroyed.
The Davis grain house was wrecked
anti the hotel blown from Its founda-
ilon and wrecked.
At Ruby, John Mullen's house was
wrecked and Mr. and Mrs. Mulles
were carried nearly 100 yards by the
wind. Mrs. Mullen Is believed to be
fatally hurt. Wesley Spurlock, 14 years
old, was killed.
At Sunset nearly twenty buildings
were wrecked, but no person was fa-
tally hurt.


Bishop Turner Refuses to Sing "My
Country, 'Tie of Thee."
"I am unwilling to sing 'America,'
until this country Is what It claims
to be, 'Sweet Land of Liberty,' do
flared Bishop H. M. Turner, of At
lanta, at Friday night's session of
the African Methodist IEpiscopal Con-
ference In Chicago.
"The Negro In Science," was the
subject of the address delivered by
Bishop Turner, which caused him to
take up every phase of the negro
question in this country, and led him
tc say that this was not the negro's
home, but on the contrary, that God
had allowed tho negro to come to this
country, to be enslaved In order that
he could be trailed and go back to
his native land and make It what
it should be.
In concluding .lIs address Dishop
Turner said:
"The supreme court of the United
States is against us. We have good
friends In this country, yet they are
comparatively few and the only 'nin
loft for us to do Is to leave. l|et us
be men, let us go where we can be
men. The negro is here, same declare
that he Is hero to stay, but I doubt It
very much, unless he is to stay under
the ground."


Two Mountaineers Held for Complc
ity In D.ssppearance.
A special from Knoxvillle, T unn
Bays: There ti a strong aiuspilclo
that Silas lson and Thomas Wr.-,ht.
the mountaineers who were eap'utelnl
at Cumberland Gnp. Tnnn. rocontl.,
after having been shot and wounded
by officers, had a hand In the myste
rious disappearance of Elward 1-
Wontz, th3 young millionaire who a.I.
been missing aince last October. rhree-
garments discovered In a hnuso at
Glamorgan, while, lon and Wraiglt
formerly occupied are beLleved In
have been the property of Wentu. (Inc
pf these .a pair of riding trousers.
has on it whab: appeals to be blood
stains. The women of the family now
oo. trying the house declare the
trousers are identically the same Il
appearance as those worn by W its.

shows that the cluth came from L.ouil
vllle. The men aun.pocred In this .-oa
ntctlon are now li Jail at Taze'vw!i,


On This Charge Corgla State Senator
la Convicted by Jury.
At Calhoun, Ga., Wednesday, taice
trial of State Senator W. P. Dodd
former county school coommisalone:- of
Gordon county, Indicteted for embeasling
the county funds, was concluded, 1'
having begun Monday morniulng. Thi
Jury returned a verdict of guilty with
a recommendation to courp.
At 'the ebrua-y term, 1903, five in
daotments were returned against Mr
LCodd. One was for embeszlement

charging him with having misaplpro-
priated some 1900 of the school funds
and four were for forgery.


E>1ecta to Spend a Quiet Summer at
His Homne In Oyster Bay,
A shbinton dispatch saysa Pree;
Ident Roosevelt's plias for the summer
'"ere announced by Beeretary Loeb
Thursday. They are tentative, but
probably will be carried ot as to-

C, ream News. a.o..".... ...... ..t.,.. To M e D
OO W SM -e n -
rc~~ eo MIA&tselStrongly Donouncoset egecg 4 Van~-r.

Brief Summary of Most
Importa nt Evsnt&
of P-oh Day.

-Recent educational meeting of the
Ogden party at BIrmingham is al-
redy.bearing fruit and meetings are
being held In Alabama to arrange for
now and better methods of local school
-The .inter-church conference on
uasrrlage and divorce, a boay repre
seating, officially ,fourteen leading de-
nolminations, has issued through Its
secretary, the Rov. Dr. William H.
Ro erts, an appeal to the prbile, call-
Ing attention to the several aspects
of the divorce question.
---A y of Columbus, the splendid
new ship of the Ocean Steamship
Company, arrived at the Savannah
wharfs Saturday decked In flags and
was saluted by all the craft in the
-The queer actions of a woman
In Columbus mystify the people, andi
ne clew has been found as to her
same or Identity.
-General Crezier will report favor-
ably on Senator Bacon's desire for a
repair station to be oe abliahed at

-Severest hailstorm ever known lan
the southwest occurred Saturday at
Welsh, La., shattering glass and lat-
ttee work of a Southern Pacific train.
-The use of a revised Bible was
favorably reported at the dioceaan
eenvention in session In South Care-
-A negro In South Carolina by wnlp-
pIng his wife at a church msnaged to
eWste a diversion tMat ended the ser-
-The Connecticut democratic state
convention Instructed for Judge Par-
her. lIxciting scene stransplred sa
the convention floor.
-Dan Sully on the stand in New
York, told of the dealings he had with
Hawley and Ray nl his flnal cotton

-The old Acre dlapute having as to the confederate dead was mine,.
broken out again war is probable be- hls words are as false as his motives
tween Brazil and Peru. are foul, and if lhe, as the author, has
---The French government has tr\satisfied himself of his own courage
eed thFrench gof Popvernment s atthe sufficiently to state what he has writ-
evisited the protest of President Lu-be to the quirs at te ten behind my back. he nmay have the o President Loubet to the qit- opportunity of refuting his answer aby
[reliable evidence If be denied It, or oth-
-Port Arthur has been Invested by erwise by the usual course of the
the Japanese. The land forces de- southern gentleman, made in a man-
. barked on both sides of the ULlo rung ner known to all brave men.
peninsula above Port Arthur have oe- 'Ln conclusion, permit me to slnie
oupled the railroad and cut the tele- that, despite the reputation for tun-
graph, cutting the beleaguered port flnching courage, Judge SpePr, as at
off from all cnimunication with the newspaper correspondent, has estabt
outedde world Ilshed for himself, if he undertakes
-General Kurokl reports that four- to reiterate the statement therein con-
teen hundred Russians have oean talned reflecting on myself, he lies
buried by Phla; Japanese, and est.- In his throat and In his soul. In the
mates the loss of the Rusmlans in language of Lamar. these are words
the battles along the Yalu at over which no man will deserve and no
2.500. brave man will bear."

-A line from Wetmore 4o Ealton,
OIL, will be built by the Atlanta,
Knoxvllle and Northern railroad. Op-
tlons on Dallon city property have
already been secured by represwnta-
tlves of the road.
-J. II. Atkinson, of Maconn, Ga.,
left there several weeks ago to visit
Atlanta, and no -trace of him has ever
heen found. His accounts were
straight and foul piny is feared by his
-A second craven In tohe tunnel of
the 9outtlelrn railway at Pine Mouintain,
near Warm Springs, Ga., cases a
further delay of traffle on that lino,
which may take several days to rem-
-Comer, succenafil cnnilidate for
president of the Alabama railroad
commissalan, states that his campaign
expenditures amounted to $10.522.80,
and other candidates admit heavy out.
lays In samo contest.
Raleigh. N. C., adopts an ordinance
requiring Liyiwlr-lans to repeat IIll
cases of tuberculosis and to disinfect
all premises where such hav "':en.
Said to bo first city In south to take
such action.
-The first shipment or 1994 peaches
were made Wodnesdry by C. J. Aus-
tin, of Thiton, Ga.. to an Atlatas firm.
-A divorced wife at Athens, fsn.,
shoot twice at former husband.
-The conference for education In
the south adjourned at BIrmingliam,
Ala., after electing Robert C. Ogden,
president for another term.
The squadrons of the UITned
States navy are leaving Penixacola,
Fla., for their future destlnatlons.
-Ex-Governor R. L. .Taylor'a wife
has secured a divorce from her hus-
band at Knoxvlile. Tenn.
-Governor Cunnindgham, of Ala-
bama, means to deal with the lynohere
1 strasous fashion.
-By a vote of 23 to 12 the Georgla
state democratic commit teo declares
Judge George F. Gober the nominee
for judge of the Blue Ridge circuit,
the Morris contest being thrown out.
-T. M. Angle, B. F. Sprinkle and
WiUllam Young, convicted at Char-
idtte. N. C., of defraudog the govern-
meat, are sentenced for various terms.
-Aa exploalon in a powder mill
near Newport., Ind., Wednesday, killed
four smeat and wounded there. others.'
-As the result of an old feud. Free-
land Johnson killed Hillary Kel at
Wilkaboro. N. C. Johnson hf(melf
llea at the point of death, having been
stabbed by K-y.
-W. t. Hearst has secured the mW-
jority of the delegates from Iowa. ia-
nISn In seven of the state's elevea die-

The preallent will go to Oyster bay -Pout mnarderers were garrote at
about July 1. remaining there until af- Bantiao, Cuba, Wednesday. It was
ter he retalv se t*h o@olal potilfcatou the "ret legal eecutioa In Cuba ainoa
fit the eholtie of the. republilen c-'n the Speaish reNgma.
ceutiLon Ttn ;ae expects to retart, -PLre destroyed IJ.0000 eet of
9 WIAhitis4teu o t a stay of two or cypress lumber at the Hiltoa & Dod ,
SUse. w fe tt tiign -tt to Oi)et Q asany's plant one mi m le troa Brutoa.
,et, *,< ,th, e v. alue of the latmbr e [

George F. White, who las lieon err.
played in the Unlled States marshal't
office since he was 18 years of ng,,
and who for a number of years pant
has been a deputy collector of Internal
revenue, has been named as Captain
Barnes' successor.


Cruiser New Orleans Will Be Within
Easy Reach of Niuchwang.
The United States rcrais,-r New or
leans. Rear Adlmlral Yales Srlinliug on
board, Is making hurried prtpara.tionm
to leave Shanghai for (h'lefoo.
There Is danger of rioting a[ Nil
chwang between the time of tho Rust
slan withdrawal and the occutpationt
of the town by the Japanese. The
navy department at Washington has
ordered Rear Admiral Cooper, com.
mander In chief of the Asiatic squad
ron, to send a cruiser and a gunboat
to Chefoo, the nearest neutral port
to Niuchwang to be ready for an emer


Hold State Convertion, Endorse Roose
velt and Elect Delegation.
The Alabama republican state con
vention adjourned at Birminghami on
Wednesday afternoon after electing
four delegates at large to the natioua!
convention, nominating two presid.-i
trial electors at large, naming 0a n-w
state committee, and adopUng a p'at
form. Indorsing President Roosovr,'
for the presidential nomination and
declaring for Senator Fairbanks, ol
IndianA, for vice president..
The question of the nomination of
candidates for state offices was inrt
with tho state commhtee to do wnai
It sees fIt.


Official Report from Washington or
Removal of Marshal Barncs,
"Abundant odelonce was furni.,h'ed
the president and the attorney general
io warrant the summary dismissal of
Marshal J. M. Harnes and the ap-
polntment of his successor. George. 1-.
White, of Macon. Ga."
This Is the substance of the official
statement given out at the depart mkut
of justice at Washington Wednesday
relative to the removal of Marsha'
Barnees, because of alleged offenuivc
conduct to Judge tmory Speer and
other court r1las in the southern
Judicial district of OQorgia.

The fooling of the dilkegitos was
intense when ttho cOrn<-ntion olt,?ned.
The Hejrst t'ollowers had b -en
An nilltnipi to at sl, a I'spo'nrl. from
nation by rI' M1114ta a ,ilr .sso s bel'ore
hand ii tnhe Clayin'il litt'l assembly
room by the Ilet\ -tnr Eniall. of Geor.
gia, and C. A. \Windli, of Chicago.
The Rev. iam Small advli-ed against
votIng fur lParker. if Ihe ware norminat-
The ,:onv- intlon in-n ani ii( the thlirty
delegatln t( tie i 'itllonals (nv n uton
to voj(o as a unit lor .Jud;ge Pairk-.r. of
New York. for p' ii int. aidl inti. rsed
Thomnina Ttggart for natiloial coitmit-
teeman. and r'i-iotatnit'inleiid hins to the
national ct)tirmitli. as I't elhair-.


Will not Call Special Term of Court
to Investigate Lynching.
JAdir.- T. S. o Syr,. of tav lifutettth
Alaltinn cirun ic il, lots I'-f t'i to rt-der
a sp Inl l nii'n t (jt;nl It Aatniln aS
Cotnly i1 % iv-"ti to t(II n- r,'' int
lynching ofr (nints Htall. a nnegro.
The judgtK la'io iI ih ., ti'Jl.iiln .n a
atigniflel lIrttr- to i tng ov ( 'n inuor
Cunnfinglamni Tih r.,i:i3 aftlt rn ,nn
Hie Is in throm ,it- a,-(',rl mitIh ihe
xtcui l Inw, It tiin lin.s nt Int l Iilt s i It D no4 ilh
a term of ro a r \\!i n ilth I' i 'k h are
Sirnael up a r I.-' ( .AI f til,- I t -


Annual Convention of Southorn Asso-
ciation Holda Forth in Atlanta.
TI l Sulitlhr n V\'(li- i l' Ic .-.4'orlat i t ,

Juriet for 0ausIng His Removal. Impertnkt Recommendation.
A Salty ArraIgnment. I
--- The American Cotton Manutfactur-
John M. Barnes, late marshal of era' Association, In session at Wash-
the southern district of Georgia bas Ington, D. C., named the following of-
the following to say In'.'regard to his icers: Vice president, A. H. Lowe,
removal by order of President Roose- Fitchbrg, Mass; secretary qd teas-
removal by order of President Roose- urer, C. B. Bryant, Charlotte, N. C.
velt at the Instigation of Judge Emory Chairman of board of governors, R.
Speer: R. Ray, McAdeirville, N. C.; board of
"The article dictated for publica- governors, T. H. Swift, of Eli berton.
tion by Judge t1mory Spear, In the Ga.; J. C. Smith, of Newton, N C.; Val
Macon Telegraph, bears on Its face Taylor. of Uniontown, Ala.; J. L. Leak,
Its authorslhp so plainly aa to need of tocklngham, N. C.; W. C. Heath,
no reply to those who knew the man. of Monroe, N. C.; A. J. Draper, of
It appears to be a mongrel attempt Pell City, Ala.
to prejudice me before the southern The next convention will be held at
people, among whom, unlike him, I do Knoxville, Tenn., the second Wednes-
not live a renegade, and to prove day and Thursay In May. 1905.
a reputation for courage which every Resolutions were adopted Indorsing
one knows he does hot possess. No the establishment of industrial schools
revolting expressions were used about throughout the country, also for a
the Judge at V.Aldosta, and none wore committee to meet .he Southeastern
uttered that bhe did not hear or was Cotton Buyers Associatitm to formu-
sot Informed about. Intoe satisfactory rules between the
"The provocation for this I am buyers and mills In regard to the de-
ready to establish upon the witness livery of cotton.
stand, for no other purpose than the The retiring president. Mr. Heath,
patriotic intention of exposing a ty- was presented with a silver service
rant and an unimpeached affliction by the association. the presentation be-
who wears the ermine yet, through Ing made ly i). A. Tompkins, of Char-
the neglect of a prosecuting officer. lotte, N. C. One laundredl and sixteen
"In an effort to conceal the lack of new mc-imbicrs wero received into the
those manlv Instincts which would assomialion ,luring thte evonventim.
have served even a nervous aspirant Tliturs lay afternoon President Rooso-
for the office of southernn gentlemen. velt recov t-he. th inembera of the as-
this life Incubus upon a long suf- sociatlon, thO!r families and guests in
fering people has sought to shelter the cast room of the white house.
himself behind a sentiment, which -
those of that blood that blushed for MORE PARKER DELEGATES.
him would die to defend. In his dicta--
tion he says the marshal was displeas Indiana Democrats Get in Band Wagon
ed because he. Judge Speer, took oc- of New York Jurist
casion, in his charge to the grand The ninost inierstillng dlhmocr.atic
Jury, to make laudatory remarks with state convilutioli .fin o 1-92. wrnen
In the confederate army, and every Cleveland at.l Isaanc P. Gray cointst
"The parents of the marshal, then ed for the r,.nirol orf lt1 Indiana del.
In office, had ten first cousins killed egation In thl i.ationinl convention,
In the conference army. and every one was hlhId itt I'olis. Tiih rsdany.
ounce of blood and every dollar of The sole Ia ii't i of tile (uoventioni
property was laid upon Iho altar of was to il3 .t ii'k.:tti-s ino lier ntianai
that Ill-starred republic. No man can convention., iha 'no convention for
diatort the criticism upon a circus, the notmitniii n ofr (anilidates fot staeI.
masquerading thunder the guise of a offlres hav'iu1 I n'1 rcrillh'l for July 20,
Court, Into an unfriendly expression whon the taw.,n ,'<.'...iOs tliat were
toward the confederate ('-ad. in Thursday's. (uns-ntilon will tet'h:n.
"If he says that such an Intention A nlatfoiin will th-n bo adopted.

and Russians.

Explosions Explained.
An explanation of the explostont
lieard at Port Arthur. which led to ro-
ports that the Ruesians were aestirn-
Ing their warships in that harbor, is
furnished In a dispatch from St iP
tersburg. It la to (he effect that ils
garrison at Po:t Arthur Is endeavor-
ing to clear the harbor entrance -'f
the stone-laden ships sent in by Ihb
In order to remove the obstruction.
divers are said to have been sent down.
who placed charges of dynamite In po-
PITlon and succeeded In blowing away
enough of the cement and rock car-
goes to admit the passage of torpedo
boats through the channel.

opetnotl iln Atlatt[a. (ha. Tuicu Ity No Dispatches Accepted.
morning iat It) o'inch. Fully 125 I An attempt to send a response from
members of itli association t ret_ in St. Petersburg to a private telegram
nllendance. I'-o beiolng mantufacttr- from Port Arthur, received Thursday
era from all sections of (tie country. (May 12), failed, the post offmlcals
Owing to Illness, Prensidelot R. S. refusing to accept it.
Barbour, of Suotli Ilos.on, VIa., could
not atlenIl the convention. In his at,- Railroad Not Reopened.
sence Seconti Vice P-o.lelen;L CE Omdcal Inquiry shows that Viceroy
lInghos lircinslid.i over the session. Alexleff's report that railroad commun-
lh' In l rdt eei ir.' W. LAV. Landrutn, Icatlon with Port Arthur has been re
who ocw(,td tht' mi, otit 'g with prav- stoad Is untrue.
er. Mayor H- well then followed :Is I
a Happy Hieecft welcamitug tie asso-ta A
tlon to tie city, and exendling tbenrlTHIRD CALL FOR PANAMA CASH
lvery cMa rtes eell si tpol at Atlartea- shaw issues Notice to National Ba.inks
owed its progress to the fact that it Before Leaving for lowa.
-trionnizd louint, industries. number.- before leaving Washington for Olws
ili among lio e' h.,vral carriage nid Wednesday Secretary BShaw ord-red
Sar.on uafacturrs a third call on the depository b bns
Mr. Hngh 's hen 11ltoutitce PreOl- direPting them to transfer to the *
tdent o. F ,Mahddox. of the chamtrner ury on or before May 25, approximnte
of commerce. whoe welconcd the as- ly $10,000.000.
socialt,h t tothe city in the name of This call Is for 10 per cent of the
the s husiess nien. tie tpoke of the authorized balances of the deposlnlr7
south's progrFess Once the war, and banks as they stood before the theLi
alluded to the well known Atlanta i us calls.
Wgnrit. He told the story about the previouss calls.
Atlanta man who went to hr-aven, and '
who, o being shown about 1lc place FRUIT GROWERS IN SESSION.
by .Custorilan Peter. r'n-iarked on the n
fact that ie saw no Atlata pnL"le The North Georgia Assocition Holds
St. Peter Pointed to a building with Annual Meeting in Rom"e.
iars across theo dor and windows. The North Georgia Pruit Grow-rs
We othave to 1,cop them there.- maid Association met In Rome Tpursdas.
lane. "otberwi.o they would !to back to The attendance was very large. .and
Atlanta.h mt was composed of intelligent and Pro-
One or the most Imporaen ff n atlers gresslve farmers. The problems for
bright to the attention of the con- fruit growers were fully discussed.
ventcion at the opening session.vas Professor Newell ealigieoned them on
the question of Insurance on plants the dieasese fruit is liable to. inlad .

ROAD'S CHARTER UN'vER FIRE. ing the San Jose sale and exhibitel
---_. specimens of the scale siad Mexica L
Question Raised as to Whether Ex- boll weeviL
emotion frormn Ta.s "-. oe ri t -

COTACKUhe question as tonwhetherthe Geor. TO SHIELD QUILTY. S "
COSSACK RADERs REPULSED. ia Railroad company is liable to hse -... "s
Sgla Railroad Company is liable to Ile Father Secretly Duatie s teift5 ght
Jap arrls-e at Anjes Suprsed Butstate for taxation is under discusslumn Who. Wta pFoly d"Wg.
Came Ouat Vietorleousa, before Jnadge William T. Newman in Word has been rved fa4 lt5t
Deals ot the unispeiteid attack by the United States district court, at 4t- peg., aleateha, from MNee lal s tlat
Rusei alNts Cte &toa at Ai nT. Korea lant, and some interesting prop s." John Schuster., e ,d, e -s."ar
Sm l w received In T- tons were presented Thursday for the d-ered his -o, *eau Ster, Mt by be5-ts
)to Wodesy. rourt's consideration hby Attorney,'en.- "oit b -br""t" *WW ,. "
The Russian ecavlry numbered 200 oral John C. Hart who Ise atppbri g outhOfe br111 1 ..ate b .wits
laes and their tta&ack -was- Spirited. the claim that this roq laI sUbli to the h l"pe' t a thel l0g buried
T~ asimall J.psee garrlon. s. s-acceed th state for taz led ith lie Pb o the .o ,b ins
ad in drla* .6 l.M enemsl'. LAter alll s ttta chartvr hisleem the.ot ,aow te bo t e~, p q de

\ ,' ,:, ,* .^ ..... : ...I ... .. .

To Make Difficult the Land-
ing of Japanese Troops,


New Russilan Port Upon Which Czar
Has Spent Over Six Millions
in Building, In Made To-
tally Useless.

A St. Petersburg special says: Vice.
roy Aleleft haa telegraphed to the
czar announcing that the Russijans
have blown up the docks and piers at
Port Dalny, Llao Tung peninsula,
sumably to render more difficult a Jap.
apese landing at that point. Laier
telegrams received Indicate that hae
whole of Port Dalay has been destroy
ed by the Ruaslana.
Port Dalny, on Tallen-Wan Bay. on
the east coast of the ilso Tung penin.
siula, was Intended by Russia to be the
chief commercial emporium of Its past.
ern dominions. An edict providing ior
is construction was Issued by the Rus-
stan emperor July 30, 1899, and Port
Dalny, fully equipped with all mon4
ern Improlemen's, docks, warehouses
and railroad facilities, was opened to
-commorco In 'December, 1901.
Tallen-Wan Bay Is one of thn finest
deep water harbors on the Pacific. It
Is free from ice in winter limp and
ships drawing thirty feet of water ran
enter at low tide without difficulty dn4
without the aid of pilots can sail or
steam alongside the Immense docks
and piers, where their cargoes can be
loaded Jnto ralirrad cars and run di
rect for six thousand miles Into the
city of St. Petersburg.
Five large piers had boon construct.
ed, each supplio; with nurimerous rail.
Sroad tracks and Immense warehotusts
and elevators, gas. electric lights and
water, and a large breakwater was tbe
Ing constructed so Lhat ships could ,Ie
at the piers and load and unload re
gardloas of weather. iCocks for foreign
vessels, eslenm and sail. extended be-
tween the piers and along the shore
for two miles. Trere were two rsat
class docks, one for ordinary on-ean
steamers and the other designed to so-
commodate the largest vessels of wai
Or commerce.
Over $6.000,000 had been expendedl
on the harbor syz:.m before the e.a
of 1902. and it was eslimatlod that thu
cost of completing the works wild
be nearly $20,000,000. but this does anot
In any way represent the total cost
of the erection of this great commcr
cit port, ,vhich with Port Arthur. dis
tanL alonut twenty miles, was leased uy
the Chinese government from Itusla
in 1898.
Nearly 25,000 men were enipl.ted
daily on the work of constructing the
port and town. The total population
ias been estimated at about 61i)(fill
-mostly Chinese Japanese, Koreans


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S' ". 8. OODWIN,
I' orand Proprietor.

Steroed April a8, IpoS, at Gainesrille,
ma m ecud-class matter, under Act of
wof March 3, 1879.

P published eery Tuesday and Friday,
at $1.00 a year la advance,
S 5o Cent for Six Months,
25 Cents for Three Montha.

SIcal Readea in brevere type, 5 cents
'. ew'for ead h insertion,
A'.,psae for displayadvertisements priced
H7I^ application.
'tse editor is not responalble for the
SViewl of correspondents or others con-
d tibuting to his columns.
.. 5, -.
S'The people of this section are
wondering whether Flagler has re-
cently bought the Metropolis' or
if he. has owned it all the while.
The Met's attempt to belittle John
Stockton is disgusting and pitiable.

Miss Helen Gould does a noble
thing. She goes to St. Louis to
"join in the crusade to save girls who
tar bqing shipped to that city. Let
So girl listen to any proposition of
ay stranger to get work for her at
the Pair.-Argus.

H east may not succeed in get-
II'" tha the Democratic nomination for
;6th presidency, but he has already
7 Mizcceeded in securing a wonderful
:,.anont of advertising, and this
S'will be of great advantage to him
', in his newspaper business.
Men have won as weak as we,
Men have lost as strong as we,
Men have died as brave as we,
Three score years and ten
Of grief and joy-tand then
^. Blernityl
Y -Baptist Union.

WThose of the corporation element
,.. Who tried to force a State Conven-
Stion on the people of Florida pre.
saumab y for the purpose of laying
sthe foundation for destroying the
jp'imary were terribly defeated in
|^last Tuesday's primary. The people
:1.still in the ring; the primary
K'ii-tllUves. -
The way liquor drinkers and sa-
loon advocates who attempt to
1 sIcure office are being "snowed
:. .under" in all sections of the State,
y'J encouraging to. the 'friends of
perance and morality. Many
ng. men are' lever fellow s
Sthe people i are ln to

ts abd Holloway, candidates
(or tate puperiutendent of public
instruction; have a little side issuq
of the campaign down at Gaines.
ville in the shape of a criminal li-
bel, Sheats being the complainant.
This will probably enud with the
formal declaration of the result of
the primary election.-Metropolis.
Memphis, Tenn., is stirred by a
mighty reform movement looking
to a better enforcement and observ-
ance of Sunday laws. A hornet's
' nest has been stirred up as usual,
.and the would-be Sunday racers are
ti 'tp in arms. It's the same old
Sstory-"The hit dog is theone that
.. yelps."-Florida Christian Advo-

S We believe the dispensary sys-
term of handling the liquor busi-
' fiees is decidedly better than the
| loeese system, but the prohibition
tstese is the best on earth. Plor-
Ida wants no dispensary. We are
Setting prohibition rapidly, and the
.. man who advocates a dispensary
T Jn Florlda now is making a mis"
^ The editor of the STAR is in re-

a; t ceipt' of the Commencement Pro-
gram of East Flokida Seminary,'
A May 22-26, and we can say unhes-
l;itatitaly that it is a real beauty.
Work is a credit to the corn-
r and printer, and is one of
thich every student, as well as,the
i_4lty of the Seminary can feel
41 proud.
UtVI wonderful what a penchant
".esiUnion has developed in
-twenty-four hours for gen-
,S Beliglous Conferences,"
ud tmand," "Midship-
W ,.,.eg. oes Lynch-
,cloth "ILabor
,," e'"R- War,"
on i "

Vkiskey SelWS,
a for Chlai~
19 42
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ln u'',p. o ,,er
four candidates for UnTi4 States
Senator, and four for Governor.
In neither case did oue candidate
get a' majority, of the votes polled,
and therefore the race for both
Governor and Senator must be run
over--for the Senate by Taliaferro
and Stockton, and for Governor by-
Broward and Davis. ..i -
Our home contemporary and a&
few other Taliaferro and. avis pa-
pers seem to think It entirely out of
place for Mr. Stpekton to ran again,
and declair that many who voted
for hitm at rfit. will not vote for
him agAil, but the same papers
think It is all right for Mr. Davis
to run again. Let's see about it:
Mr. Tallaferro got more v4te; than.
Mr. Broward got, but certainly Mr.
Davis did not get a larger per cent
of the entire vote polled than did
Mr. Stockton. Jennings and Call
are out of the race and those who
voted for them will-alamost to a
man-vote for Stockton next time,
while his former supporters will
work harder than ever before ,or
him. The seventy-five .per cent
of the vote that was cast
against Mr. Davis in the first

primary, will be almost solid
against him in the second conil
test, and must, therefore, go lt<
Broward. No one who is at all
posted can believe that any, worth
mentioning, of the Brown sup
porters, (and Brown was close
behind Davis), can :support Davis
in the second race; but nimany of
Mayas' supporters will come to
The above stated facts, and ti.e
additional fact that many former
Taliaferro and Davis supporters are
very sore because of the manner in
which they. have been traded' off
like so many sheep or hogs; and
the certainty that some of the
causes 'which have led to Daials'
small vote and great humillati(n
will be brought out more fully in
the second campaign (if he at-
tempts to make it) than they were
brought out in the first, makes it
certain that Stockton's chances to
win are fully as good as Taliafer-
ro's, and that Davis is so sure ol
a crushing and humiliat ng defeat,
that it will be cruel on the part of
his supporters to urge him to coiln-
tinue in the race-it will be cruelly
to Davis. -
.v-cEing Gp etuor Cuuninghamn,
of Alabama,-is waging an active
campaign against lynchie.g. It
has issued a statement to the pub.
lic declaring that lynchers muiist he
punished and at the same time .is
addressed a letter to every circuit
judge of Alabama asking them for
their advice as to the best method
of enforcing the law and of ridding
Alabama of the lynching aboiniiia
tion. The acting governor's pres-
ent activity was awakened by re-
cent lynchings in Aulangua and
Baldwin counties. In the former
county about three weeks ago a
negro was lynched on the suppo-
sition that he was implicated in the
murder of a white man and in the
latter county a few days ago a ne-
grq was lynched on the charge of
assaulting a white woman. The
governor proposes that the maen re-
sponsible for the lynching shall be
In his words to the public, Act-
ing Governor Cunningham says of
"It is a crime against civilization,
justice, morals, safety, the rights
of man and the honor and dignity
of the state. Its stain rents upon
every hearthstone and upon every
person in the state. It brings law
into .contempt and the honor of the
state into discredit throughout the
civilized world, and substitutes an-
archy for law. All good citizens
should recognize this and use every
lawful means to put a stop to lynch-
ing. Otr constitution provides a
legislative, judicial and executive
department to make, administer
and execute these laws for the pro-
teetion of life, liberty, property,
etc., and for the arrest, trial and
punitahment ot criminals." .
Theae are good words, timely ut-
tered and they are as worthy of the
attention of the people of Ohio aud
other Ntohern states as of the peo-
ple of Alabama. When high of-
ficials take. a determnuind stand
against lyttehipgs then and not till
hen la there hope of remedy, Such
a as those of Acting Govhrnor
a tpMIbam pf Alabamu.a, partlcu-
S.. .

So ,the. i tWihn, Mire. to1 "W6-
the American Indians into oblivion.
The figures prove it, and the civ-
ilization 'of the white mall seems
only to hasteh the end.
In 185 there were sone 70,000
pure-blood 'Hawaliian, and at that
time the number began to dwindle.
until, according to the census fig-

urea of 1900, the number of pure-
blood and mixqd blood Hawaiians
had dropped to 87,885,
Luciene C, WVarner, an author-
ity, in the Outlook sayb the. health
of ther'natives is far from satisfac..
tory The race seems to be dying
out. There ate few large'amilies,
and many children die 'n infancy.
Vitality has heeu lowered And' ttt-
berculosis is on the increase.
On the other hand, the numbIr
of part Hawaiians is increasing,
and the mixed bloods are a sturdy
race. 'There are Caucasian Ha.
waiians and Chinese Hawaiians,
and they rear large families and
are but little troubled by disease.
The increase of the mixed bloods
Is best shown. by the school statis-
tic In 1902 there were 4,903 full
blooded Hawaiian children to a
pdtpulation of 29,787. and 2,86S9
part Hawaiian children to a pop.
ulation of 7,848.
The proportion of children is
twice as great among the part iLti
wailan as among those of( uti.
Except ont the grounds of .senli
ment there is nothing to dtlplor- in
thle situation. Races die iewcnaiie
their work is done, and are sup-
planted by stronger races. It is the
survival of the fittest. The Amer-
ican Indian has practically passed
out of existence, and in his place
is a higher type of human beings.
Humanity can not stand still. It
must grow or die, and every nation
that is not on the up-grade must
eventually perish.
Hawaii is simply a deanonstra
tion of the immutable law of na-
When the Times. Union announc-
ed-long before last Tuesday's pri-
mary vote had been counted-that
Taliaferro had been nominated in
the first primary the announcement
was wade with letters tbo' a.
large nas cotIld bi 't. -Aif'tlhe Te.-U.
o"nce, but when Bro. George had
to "taku it all back," and virtually
cQtfess to his renders that they had
been deceived by tle T -U., thlie an-
nouniceilent wav iataide nttdir about
as small it he.dinig ait \w<.uld do to
call a heading git all.
It mnust have bcei v ir 1,11111 1-
iating to the T.-U. people to have
to admit that John Stockton was
still in the ring, and that Browaid
had received more votes than Davi'.
But the truthl-us it was in this in-
stance-does not hurt the friends of
the "Three Friends" as badly as it
does our other friends-tihe friends
of the enemy.
At Greenville, S. C., recently, a
drunken man shot antd killed Po.
liceman Tucker, who was trying to
pacify him. The funeral sermon by
the dead man's pastor, Dr. Cody,
contaied some valuable lessons
drawn from the circumstances of
the murder, The minister espe-
cially emphasized the evils of drink-
ing and carrying concealed weap-
ons. When will our people stop
"putting the bottle to their neigh-
bora's lips?"- Plorida Baptist Wit-
A. C. L. Ratea to South aeorgla and
We.t Florida.
A chance to visit the old red hills of
Q Ian d West Florida. Atlantic
C Ine ticket, good for leven days,
and a chase to visht your friends at

very low rat,. Tickets to be sold for all
trains May l6tb, and for trains arriving
at Jackaonvlle on the evening of May
17th,' good to return to and including
May 24th, 9o4. A .pleasant ean on0
the year to vit, South. Ovriia a4d Weat
Florda. DOn't a it. Just think of
itl Rates from Gainesvlle to Valdosta,
*41 ThomaiuvlUe, 41 and Chattahoochee.
ainbndge, Albany and Tiflon S.



(lainerille, Florida.
Oppoli e Brown Houae.
'Phone No. 97.


Ofee In Mler's Law REchauge.

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0 In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
I ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
SWomen and Children, at popular
prices and of the best makes. .

.We call

SParticular attention to the Ladies
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

Sn J. D. Matheson,

fSoe and Leather tre. qainegville, FIB 0

The Gainesville Planing

and Coffin Company.,iaalt
&11 0 Il O'))&IJ !

IH touietintllb iauld to lacepp ace w itllh 1lt
Our facili'its are equal t, all flei aliiKl..,
A betlier Ion aliut to bui]il olne lion,. or
O1 e il,./.i. Yout are on the right iroai for
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Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This iine. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attended to
Promptly. .




Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.

W. R, Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to bluy

Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
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Frank Clarkl

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a Second Disrtrict

of Flo0rida,
solicits Ytar Vost and SwnPm ori
In the Democratlc Primary.

Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax.
Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
Rural Mall Delivery.
Ample .Approprations Suwwnnge River.
Wiitay Park at Oastee.

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Cotton )Departmen QAItVILLE,

High t price paid for 8 la 0Iland Cottoq
1:1 Seed or Lint. Large or Small Quantities.

iiliporicdl Sc'.' and Selected Florid i
Planting Seed.

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Ar Maecon 08) p ija Ar :t Lou'a I 85 p iI
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lv Allainta \ A Rr 7 1: p Lv Terre Haime C & El Rr. 11 2 .ii
.\r thlattaiioogn I' b p Ar Chicago . 4 1') i
This train is the stanilard of perfection in passenger service. For 'Pullia,:
Reservations aiil other inforniatl.n apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., t Aigus.
line or A. C I.. office 138 Itay St., 1W est, Jacksonville. Fla.
Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 13,ooo miles of among the princi.
pal railways in the Southern States are, on sale by the principal agents.
Through Pullman sleeper PortL Tanpa 13 New York. via Atlantic Coast l.ine:
-also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
For complete information, call on
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Galnesville.
Aildress: FRANK C BOVLSTON. Coni'l ARt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Ag .
138 W. lay St., Astor Building. Jacksonville, Fla
II. M. EM ERSON, Traf. Mgr., W.i CRAIGO, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmington, L. Wilmington, N. C

SEC AD. A. "R "

Air Line Railway
Schedule i-ffective December 7, 1903.

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1 58i,
2 55P
5 luP
4 14p
5 lip
7 7S>
7 2iSp
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3 oap
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5 U31)
5 36p
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B Baldwin .
.. W aldo ..
S. Cedar Key .
Silver Springs .
S Ocala .
S. Wildwood .
. Orlando .
I)aule City .
. Plant City .
. Palmetto .
S. .Sarasota .
. Tampa ...


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4 I Sa
5 39A
1I1 2tia5
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I.v Jacksonville. .
tAr I'ernuiandlina .
Ar Brunswick .
Ar Savannah .
Ar Fairfax ...
Ar Denmark .
Ar Columbia .
Ar Candlen .
Ar Hamlet .
Ar Wilmington .'.
Ar Southern lines
Ar Raleigh .
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richmond, Va.
Ar Washington .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York .

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S. op ix 5oa Ar Madison . 7 55P
S 3 o9P I 44a Ar Monticello . 9 xop
3 57P 2 oa Ar Tallahassee . 9 40o
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Connections for Palmetto. Manatee, Oneeo and Sar-aota, on 3!, except Satr-
clays, front Gainesville.
'i'rain No. 34, Seaboard Express drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Waanington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Waahington, via Richmoud. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
. No. 66. Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawmg room 7,1man aleepers between Tanmpa.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCroee. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and intcr-
nmediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper Letween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays a
Thursday, 1i:15 p. m.
A. 0. MACDON ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, .fla.
H. C. COIl T'icket Agent, Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
rm r-!,. .- ,' i t July 5, 1903.

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