The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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H.H. McCreary
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.Published Twice a Week--Monday nd Thursday



A EB Pensacola Man Reelves Package o German Manufacturers Will Make No
PolANned, Food-.EExhibit at St. Louis .SI
EDONIAN BAND" "" ')0' "n" 'aeINowDEGrmAprMan2actuerMakeman
.. ..... a.. _a ..W Nw York. Anril 25.-Oerman ma~en.

rBashi-Bazouks are Sur-

urcOuinded and Slain.
1 revenge For the Murder of
H ,B.ader, CaptainS aeffMaOe
B Take Summary Vengeance
liWn of Petrich.
April 25.-Dispatches from
ounce that a band of Mace-
ecently surrounded and then
d40 Bashl.Bazouks and 15
w, near Petrich, Macedonia,
evenge for the murder of their
i utain Saeff, who was recent.
i an engagement In the die -
'band subsequently captured the
chief of Petrich and 25 sol.
Iinom they stripped and re&


Pacific State of Affairs In lilt.
noJs Legislature.
ringfteld, I11., April 25.---lhe openI
of the session of the legislature
IS calm today after the storm yes-
rda y, although there was a decided
rtercurrent of feeling against Speak-
r Miller, which threatened to break
at again If anything similar to the
ties of yesterday was attempted.
The chief interest In the Traction
iestion centered around the appoint-
iWet of the committee to investigate
p. charges of attempted br11iry on be.
afI of the Mueller bill, made yester-
.y by Speaker Miller. Thda speak-
i'Would not announce the members
I;the committee this morning, avd
ne of his followers would give'out
names if they knew them. The
hbers opposed to Speaker MilleI
ly 'declared that they did not be.
-e there was anything in the charge
by the speaker and announced
Intention of pushing home the
er in such away that Mr. MIlloes.
d be com pelled to prove his as.
on of attempted .bribery or admit
he could not make it good.


States Senator. Paid $200,000
For Engineering Deal.
o, April 25.-A dispatch to
icord-Herald from New York

[ States Senktoir J. W. Bailey,
jielas, s receiving congratulations
ving recently been paid a fee
4pj00G. John R. Kirby, the "In,
king," of TeWxas, recently de,
to refinance one of his large
p e operating in the pine for.
Sof southeastern Texas, and em.
Mrd MW.Balley to assist in enlist.
-New York financiers In the enter'
-, his compensation to be a fee
commissions amounting to $200,
The negotiations were success
nd Mr. Kirby has informed Tex,
trnds that Mr. Bailey received


ant Governor as Witness In the
S Bcodle Investigation.
L Iuis. April 25.--,leuteaant
or John A. Lee. who returned
Chicago last night, appeared be
^ e grand Jury today when that
ammed the Investigation ol
a in the general as
Ia with the baking
Attorney Gener
been conducting the
Jefferson City end
Listed Circuit At
"etioning the wt

ts were returned
grand Jury as tha
testimony at Jetf
0 presUaem that .
I be baded 4owt


SChItcreo, April 25-Judge Oroewi
tite^ge? today "" Oak~, etUr States circuit court of apIpeal. eesij
Stg six raflroasd cmpl' *ain "#a=
ritaatlmg against .manil shlppes i
we in MM^Ig the western territory *i e deeki'(N
|||lf,<~p^^^:^^ ,k^N~iaV |
K~^ C~^

ufacturers and exportors. cables the
Ed Walker Executed at Con- Berlin correspondent of The Herald,
toreilie, A.. propose to boycott the St. Louis expo-
tervle, a.tlon. Out of 18 large flin allied
PROTESTEO HIS INNOCENCE. t 0 the, ssen chamber o c t meree
all but five have resolved to retrain
Crime For Which He Died Was the from exhibiting, and a report just re-
ceived from Solingen announces that
Murder and Outrage of Mra. Costel. al1 manufacturers and industrial firms
Io, the Wife of a White Miner at belonging to the chamber of qommerce
Bl|ckton. in that city have resolved uuantlmous.
ly not to exhibit.
Birmingham, Ala., April 25.-A ape- Only a few weeks ago German pub.
clal to The Nows tro*' Contervillo lishlug houses agreed to boycott the
says that lEd Walker, z negro. was St. Louls exposition because of do-
hanged there today for 'e murder of tectve copyright law* and the whole-
Mrs. Costello, the wife ( .a,.white mn- sale translation of Gnrniaa publica-
er at Blockton, on Jan. 19, last. tions In the United States equivalent
While she was alone It home, her to literary piracy.
husband being away at work. the ne eIThe firn of Krupp. which was the
gro entered Mrs, Coatellc'a home, mur largest German exhibitor at Chicago,
dered and outraged hber td then rob. obstinlately refuses to exhibit at St,
bed. the place and fled. Louls. Similar resolutions have been
Walker denied the crAwe on the .carried by numerous chambers of cornm
scaffold and laid It to another. Wlk- merce, especlaly in the Industrlal reI
er admitted, however, that he got part glons of the Rthine, Westphalia and St1.
of the booty. He died wtthout fear. lescla. In Saxony it Is learned the
feelhig against exhibiting at St. Louls

Ten Persons Lose Their lives in Ex. HIS EYE NOT ON WHITE HOUiS.
ploolon at Minneapolis. ---
Minnea.polis, Mtun.. A.rtil 25.-Ten Mayor Johnson Thinks Hta Field oI
persons, eight men ad4 two women, Usefulneae Is in Ohio.
were killed by an expoion at th- Tom
plant o? the Northwetern Star Oil *.UJohson under date of April 2- s o
company, at the foot of Sixth avenue, Johno, under date of AriL'
about 11:80 o'clock yesterday op inilg. wrote the follow a letter to J, L,
The deAd s are as -follows: W. Morrill, of thls city, a Demooratic
W H avi resietpolitin, i response to a ltter from
C. -. Durriv, general mantg2. [orrill discusaing- Johnson's nomleav
Otanislus W. Mttohell, cashier. tfort president i 1904:
Jacob Domm, bo eeper. "Replying to your favor of April 17,

Miss Caroline A. Record, bookkeeper permit ne to say that I think my field
M s i A ..l. i, e I&. i h. h, AI. n hi T #t 1t


mwIRVW W W -!-. -

rensacouiy ia., pr*** .- A
resembling the famous MoltUeux mur1
der case of New York Is now being .
Investigated here. The victim was
R, L. Morgan, a former resident ol
ligin. Ills., who has been herO for t*wo
Tuesday he received through the C
malls a small package of prepared food
and supposed that It- had been sent
him by friends in Illinoie. He car-
ried it home and directed his wife to
prepare some for ht.L This was
done, and after eating a mall portion
he was taken Ill, dylag within twenty
minutes, There was no suspicion at'
the time, but later development ]
caused .relatives to bring the remain-
dter of the food to the city for exam-
Bome of It was fed to rabbit and
the animal was dead in four minute.
It was then analyzed and found to
contain Over 15 grains of etrychnine.I
The package of poisoned food wad
sent from a point In Illinois, but t.4.
name is so blurred that thew'town 1
not known. Parties in Illinois are asus
pected and development are expect.

BllgIn, I., April 25.--Rowland IL
Morgan, of Elgin, who died suddenly
on Monday, at his country hope neat
Pensacola, Fla., after eating breakfasi
food from an original package receiv-
ed by mail, for many years was an
em-ploye of the Mlgin Watch factory,
and left Elgin about two years ago
for Florida. He secured a tract ol
land of 30 acres on the island of San.
ta Rosa, a few nmles from Pensacola,
where he managed a summer and wlwv
ter hotel. Since leaving Eagin h1
had retired only once, when it was to
answer indictments brought by th.!
grand jury en the charge of forgltn
the name of the recorder of Coiok
county. Theae charges, five in nuMn
her, never -came to trial and wers
quashed on the stftiute of limitations.
The indictments grew out of a reeal-.
citrant transaction of property in 1El*
gin, just outside the Oook county line,
Mr. Morgan at one time owned consid-
erahle property In Elgin. hut he dis,
posed of everything including a flute
home, before he left for the south,
Reports have reached here during
the last year that Morgan and his
partner in business at Santa Rosa, a
Colonel Tabele, were at sworda'
points. It sla asserted that the for
mer secured possession ot~A)I the prop.
erty in some way and had it recorded
In uhis wife's name. His relatwivet
knew of no one who would wish'Mor
gin's death, Owing to his alleged
questionable business dealings,, he had
many enem'les, it Is alleged,

New Orleans Raising Funds to Enter.
tain Confederate Veterans.
New Orleans. April 25.-TIhe enter
talnment committee of the reunion of
the Confederate Veterans through iti
chairman, A. R. Blakely, is arranglng
to give a mammoth carnival 'of box.
ing. wrestling, fencing and other ath,-
letic features to Incrcaso the receipts
of the fund for the entertainnmr'nt of
the oti heroes and the committee hat
requt. to act as Rmanagr of the affair. The
prison is endeavoring to arrange with
Champion Jetffrles and Bob Fittalm,
mnrt to appear in a scl enttflic exhihbi
tIfon in connoctlon with ohr clebrl.
tUc The carnival is to be hi3d on
May 15 in the New Stadium bulldlns
located at the fair gronada. This
structure haa a seating capacity al
over 13,000.
Engineer and Fireman KlRmw,
'Tucson, Aria, April 1.--News has
just reached chere of Ute wretk of a
switch engine on the Soner railrtad
near Csarbo, Mex,, Tuseday night. za
sutn ng in the death" of thi englanee
and and th@ salbsquettt dUtck,
*n of an international paseiige(W
train. The hagagEa sa f lwas-
brulsed and. thebo Pullman ear smashed.
S ilirOsa Enjoined A

, '..
VP !

Some Reasons For Can aign

AgS&nst 0oi 4.

8ays Soldiere Were Shot Down In the
Outskirts of Camp by Natives Whom
They Were Trying to Threat With
New York, April 265.-Major Gener-
al Adna R, Chaffee, ian a address on
the "Physical Aspect of the Philip-
pines" at the socia meeting of John
D. Rockefeller. Jr.'s Bible class In the
Fifth Avenue Baptist church last eve-
ning, gave am e.of the reasons for the
cawmpalgn against the Maros, I10
salad in parts
"In February of last year, after we
had soldiers killed, shot down In the
outskirts of the camp by the native
we were trying to treat wIth kindness,
we saw that there, Was no other way
than force. I went down to the Moro
country in person, to investigate and
ultimately we went to the datto and
demanded *ome of the uiturderers of oa,
soldiers. It was on May I that Gen,
oeral Baldwin took the fort bof the dat-
to who was Insolent and refused to
utrrend qr the prisoners. We did not
get on very good terms w~ h these
Moros. They are a very 4pltous
people, and want to be, lft t ne. We
did not want to disturb their religleo
or tholr'custops except where, In the
latter .respect, we could help thSe-
You have recently heard o$ Paptaist
Perahlng. who is In ther.Moro county
now. Well, to Illustrate, I may say
that there was one sultan whom Cap-
tain Pershing had Invlted time ad4
time again to come and talk with him,
and Instead of coming the sultan kept
fortifying hinsolt f all the year ad0
finally waved his old red flag at tus
andti darpd us to come on. Wo went,
and the sultan Is n9t thuie any more."
Death .of Judge MIohasl Arnold.
Phlladelptha,. April 25.-Preslidine
Judge Michhal ArnIold, of common
pleas court No. 4, dled at his homn
here oday of cancer. Hl had beel
a siifferN r oanm the apialady for a nuntn
bhr of years, and was the subject of
several operations, Judgoe Arnold
was horn In this city In 1840. He
was atdmitt(ed to the bar In 1803. Aft
ter a few years of practice heo accept
ed a clrkhitip under Major Gibpon
chlf liuspector of payinMItrs, U, B
A ., anid was stationed at Fortress Mon
roe arid Nw' Orleani. Upon his re
turn to this eity he resumed his law
practtee and In 1889 Was elected to S
judgeship Oal the Demtoratic ticket
retaining the office up to the time O1
iis death.

Army's Firet Leper Case.
Washington, April 20.-The case of
the soldliereleper rweently referred to
In thbse dispatches, I the frsat ev
knowwt In the Mrfy, When til 4dseeM
ftrst l developed the anU 0ouid have
beern tllchaarged for diatbtlty, hut it
was dlewed-d to 2tet "fim',i!, t per
vi e in order to giv' ir x
espportunilty to stdy'ttih 6 ,a. A
spoirla house was built of fhfm naea
Port Sereven, and he has been lvirti t
fh"-e'e earlyy thr mOon ths.' An army
surgeon has been detailed to attend
hilt atti to study the W 4aeast .writh s
view t n a ertaoalng iitItt ean be cured,
No reports harv bees- recalved front
the s trleoa.,

To 9xpel Mormon MIssonarle.
Borlls, Aprilt --;t..Te ore'rnmrnts
of Prussla and of t.he Kand duchess of
Mchiteabhig have decided to ejxpe the
Mormpont lalslfoales of whom there
are 146 In Oermany and 90 tn Prussls
on th groud that they are propagat-
Oig a form of reltgrIou bellef incompat.
tbM wih t14e laws of state andf pubtl :
morals and because polygam"y I 0ot
tciud id4 from their -dotrin. The
mjseitoat -e,' who are all Awerli'ait5,
w1ill be allowed ufqmient tiwe to s*t*
tie up tbew person al stafJrsi
S *Strike b* Off,
WT Yotrk, April ,s. -Oft.iaiI Of the
Anqrldga a Brid4e company 0 wee aiwW
e*4 today that the strike of the Ilte. '
isioal ausociatloo of hride sasd
gipiiiillirstig ln weoMke AlXpt1h

Harold C. Colborn, eierk.
Miss -MaHa M,. Roundy, steuorapher.
David Dacey, foreman.
John Spontanuke, laborer.
Joseph 1,aJond, laborer.
The explosion came without an In.
stant's warning and a second after
the concussion the walls had hbean
thrown down and th" entire stir'lturc
was P .mass of0 1Iw Not a person
In the offlco es3 :'p 'v.
|ivo worlikmen tn; d on the soc,
ond floor weor. thrown 20 feot lutoi
the air these wore the only per.
sons who escaped. They climbled
through the doilris atnd are now at the
city hIos.pital.
Although the cause of tho explosion
has not bhtn deterrhl(li. It is said
that nonie of thie emlploye) of thr
company were emptying some oil taiOtl
cars into the tanks In tih basement of
theo buildtg and It Is possible that
parks from a switch engle ignlto<.l
the Inflamnmable fluids.
The stock was valued at $40,000 an<
the buildIng at. $11,0)00. The Insur,
ance was $23.000, and tlnoi loss lIs to
tal. All that remains of the buiL.ding
Is a fire wall. which Mtood between the
ofilc anl the tank room. All the
othcr walls are levelod.

Will Operate Trains In and Out of II.
linois Central Station,.
New Orle.ans, April 2T5---A iAtory tI
printed here today to .the effect that
begilnnlng July 1 the Soutn'thern railway
will comi,.into New Orl*'n 1 opira:inr
their Mobilfe and. Ohio r an;t
trains in uand out of the lilihwis Con
tal UzIlhn S talloD,
.1 -t s aid tbat only the lpsse agfr
traffic In eminctlon witlh the it
L.muii vilson -of -the "outthern-Mobtie
anr. Ohio property will be affected by
the new departntre and that at prOs-
eat" no severance of the agreement
between the louls'vlle aI4 ANasbril)e
and the 0ouMer1A In the handlang ofM
east'tW. bustnees Is conutemplted. Tha
Sa-dtl tetry of the Boathern, howeverr,
is eolnsaterd off onsdlv4rambo Impor
tasce. In cottnetion with tis t it I
learned that the Qumeen an Cr.efts'p
golnt iSate the Unoioc statiU l t now
stamply depenidet upon the teoue of
the agie4tm ant byig prepared.
0Many iminerai Return to Wol.
Y attr ORy, Pa, ApVl* Ali-pau'
alab4* to Abe* PM041 y ,tj 0 |mass
'seti*g hnte )retstet r 1Stll M
etaw tisiw te W*th hLnd* 9440l d4i

Uoc tl '1liUlUR |1 I *e14tn s; iee SItI les U and at most In the state of Ohio, and
I must condemn any movement such
as yos peak of as being unwise and
"The more talk about- nominating
me in 11)(4 Is a positive Injury to whale
I am trying to accomplish hoil, and It
does sorn to nmeo too bad to Interfore
with work that Is b' aring ittK nh good
f1rult. I (do hoiio you0. In a frio mitne, will dicou rage thlila n t.very
way ilpo)ible )
"I ant grateful to you for your kind
word:t., lbut t I hlltvo (that on conshler.
atlion yuu will agree with tmy conclu'




Body at Richmond Elects Offloers,
South's Bright Future.
Ilchmontd, Va., April 25--The South.
ern ld0neatlonal conf(v0ence th!i mornM
Ing ehlecud' tho following officers
S President, Robert C. Ogdon. of New
York; vice president, Fodgar It. Mur,
pihy. of Montgomery. Ala.; secretary,
B. J. Baldwin, of Montgomnery, Ala,;
treasur.'r, W. 0. HBsir, WInitonBalem.
N. C.; It, Valentine, of HJtlhmonL,
Va., chaitmlanl of the ex ocitive coin'
ITle attfnmance at the morning $e*-
hlon wits large. antd oenth castle, D1r.
lyuian iHall. of the Georgla Inatltute
of T.''.'hnogy, tho fairt speaker, doe
chit' r fn' oithosly that If the moTe
,tan-t -tonittiued,L It4 work tho people of
the rolih would !ie talking of "dark li-t
No'w l# tglindri andl rrefrring to I111W
Ile took a inmot oncourtagntg vI w
of tr! fiotire of the o(,uth. educational
ly ftal ildt41 0t14ally.


Attorney For Mrs. Jasme Tyn Talks
With Attorney General Knox.
WaBshington, April 26,-S"Ros Perry,
the atttoriniey for Mrs. Jamei) T-yr,
whose hxsberwj yesterday was sujm
marily removed from hie p ition a.s
asie(tant attorney gnears for the poet.
Ofl l d#ipartmont under rather s4";s0
ttionai r<'-ntmata:eos, saw. AttOrlHey
General Knox toisay and talked over
the 'ease with bMm. Hlie .ad to th0.
attorney generally substast?*l" Ithe
saws statetment givte ouotby him last
nlght, namely, that the Tpaper take
by Mrs tr, T from the et. Irft
btemband'~ ofotee on Tueday Wer al
teth e'r perfptal btil that tthoy would
be retfrned when railed foat. T1ea
t*ornery geieral det4rwe to ata' aJ y
etatemnet e .nrl i etn* @W mU


on All Qu

I at the bottom it would give Mr. Koonce secured the passage of
votes. on each proposition. for the relief of Otto C ut-
rll amended Senator Bailey's his billforhe relief of Otto CBut-
!~lacing his name between tero-ick of Brooksville. The sum al-
laing his name between lowed is $98 for stenographic work in
Seventh districts, from ther the case of the State vs. Willie J.
SSeventh districts. After Lane, for murder. The county refused
tence of some jollying and to pay the bill after the appointment
t Judge aney moved that had been made by the County Judge.
s matter be referred to the and the only recourse was by the act
committee, which was car- of the Legislature.
lowing new bills were in Dr. Webb securt d a reconsideration
new billswre r of the vote by-which t he enabling act
" aulkner-To exempt of his medical examination board was
nator Faukner-To exempt defeated yesterday, but on the second
ation $200,000 worth of proper- vote the bill was killed by a vote of 28
or personal, from every tax- o 80.
the State of Florida. The House has passed the Senate
ator d aneyTo amend ee- at oncurrent resolution providing for
Revised of commissions and fix- ng'the appointment of a committee corn-
i mounts to be paid by persand posed of three lawyers on the part of

d or elected to office before theSe, ate and five on the part of the
nee of commissions to such blouse, Lo examine the compiling of a
revision of the laws by Col. O. F. Akers
nator Wilson of the Fourth of Orlando.
nator r st o protect pur Mr. Long's bill appropriating $5,000
Squt) o protect pur- to complete a history of the soldiers of
t legal and judicial sale. Florida serving in the Indian, Mexican
sator Faulkner-For the pro- a w between the States, contain-
)f those who have stock killed andwar between the States, contain-
>d by another, with or without ing a roster of the soldiers engaged in
d by another, with or withouthe several wars, with the records ap
oward the owner, or not hav- ertaining thereto, wa passed.
ful fence.
nator Orews-To prohibit eer- Bought Large Tract of Lahd.
loyes of telegraph companies Fort Myeres,Pa.,ApriHl .--1'be Oo
lng a brokerage or soliciting solideted Naval Stores cxurlBy hUaa
ng *a brokerage or... .. e. t added to its holdfags of timber lands

ay Senator Brown-For t
P sureties on the offici
icis D. Pooser of Mario
)y Senator Wadsworth-
ant's witnesses in crin
SSenator Law-To mal
ion for the estimated
e pension tax fundtfo
nting to $70,000.
ator Carson introduce
olution providing.
enat of a joint co
wyers of the Sena
of the House to e
in of the laws as c
|C. F. Akers, and
,to the Legislature
.Senate has pass
ill to prescribe the
o be paid jurors an
Oehalf of the State i
Judges and justi<
and jurors in corone
-o of 22 to 2. Set
4ihard for the pass
H 'e. It gives witness
day and mileage,
*tnder the present la
compensation will
t to poor men wl
o a county as
~ o loud ill
ie Od rate of co
bIll o doubt me
a. Majority of th
p Wk bill makir
"Ortibe purchase
S fabouilding and
,rsa mansion,
into tar consider
reading. An anm
the appropriation $4
,Senator Raney mor
0iOand made
&*or of this an
1i11 was t

U4 0.r

the relief of
ial bond of
n county.
-To pay de-
ninal cases.
ke an appro-
I deficiency
r the year

ed a concur-
for the ap-)
immittee of
te and five
xamine the
ompiled by
report their
* i
ied Senator
e compensa-,
d witnesses
n courts of
ces of the
irs' inquests,'
natnor Crews

In Florida 100,000 acres of land i
this (Lee) county by the purchase of
the charter and holdings of the Beach
Land company. This company wau
organized last fall, with W. W. Beach,
of Waycroas, as president, and D. H.
McMillan, vice president. The salJ
took effect yesterday. $90,000, It it
said, being the purchase price. The
company now holds about 2,000,000
acres of land in this state.
Drops Politics for Masonry.
Mobile, Ala., April 24.-Congress
man James D, Richardson, Democrat,
le leader of the house, who is here at
the reunion of Scottish Rite Masonry
of Alabama, when closing his speeec
last night at a banquet to the Battl<
house, announced that he had decided
to quit politics and devote himself to
the work of Scottish Rite Masonry.
The announcement-wbich was then
made for the ltrt time---ws received
with a groat demonstration of ap
plause. Mr. Richardson i. the high.
4et tanking Mason in the world.

sage of this 'Thbouandg ave.I K4amy Trouble
es and jurors and Don't Know It.*
against fifty Now To 1nud Out.
.w. The in- Fill a bottle or common gIlas with your
be a great, water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
ho have to sediment or set-
witnesses or tling indicates an
i affrd te r unhealthy condl-
Safford the l tion of the kid-
mp.nsation. ineys; If tt stains
'et with the your' 1rian it is
te House. 1 evidence of kid-
ng an \apl nay trouble; too
nK an appro- frequent desire to
e of a site, passit or pain In
I furnishing the balk' aso
came up in convincing proof that the kidneys and bled-
ca e on Ic der are out oa order.
anion on Its Wlat to Do.
endnent to There is cofort n the knowledge so
10,000 failed. often expressed, that Dr. Kinmer s Swamp-
ed that the Root, the great kidney remedy fulitlil every
wish in cir"- rheumtiam, p. ain In the
a strong ar- back, kidney, lvew. bladder and *very part
nount, This of the urinary pa&seg. It corrects lnab isly
by a vote of to hold water and scalding psmn I passing
hen ordered ItY o.r bd ffects ftkoong me u liqor,
da.w" ; wne or br. a*I oe come lha ttpsaat
ding. 'necesty o being comply to go often
issue in the during the daty, a"d o gt up m y m
pial improve- during the ight T.h mild ad tra-
ays ago orditnt effect of Swe 4.ot "s soon
diyn ago -y It thea h for iA weS-
reath district, ddrfulouues o4 te most detl r csse.
o the Hoe e. If you &t'e l ktt,! ywshd- hiv tmhe
best. Sold by druggfite i 50.tanOd $. ties.
You mAy have a aMple bottle of is
So-f Oiceolrt wonderful
It i owned ad a book thai ti
rh is anaxious anOe about It, b0ot1h-il
I this end a Wt fre by m64l
Stro e. is d:,
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for ,the0 ae.
t New bills wWret itrodtued as folA
SBy Mr. Willad--To ,'pay dOfeAe.?'
witnesses In ned int l cases;
By Mr. Simmons--To prohibit the
ability of breaking and rough handling of p-,ok.
atio ag4s by railroad Coompantea..
e8UOB. +'By 'Mr. Lone--To prohibit certain
employes of telegraiop companies from
MANSION doing p brokerage busiesris.
By Mi~ MoNa ,ee--To provide for
r Crews' the ineorporation of literary and s.ien
tnesses in tiff o ooleties. ,.
as Passed. By Mr, Scott--To provide 'for the
payment of damages to agriculture by
animals running at large.
minutes of By Mt. Mote-ToI provide for the
tor Bailey building of a 0overnor'Ianmmsion, abd
ed at the making an appropriation.
that he ,By Mr. St. OlairjAbrams-To amend
fg a section 30w of the Revised Statutes
Sof lead- relative to agricultural statistics.
tor Raneynator By Mr. Strozier-For the relief of
t Senator th stureties on the bond of Francis B.
t and Pouser.

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States for tho past ten yoars, as well as to give ts.e total
vote for the throe States combined. The total vote for
the threo. States Is found in the right-hand column
Year. Nihis". Man, tOWS. Total
18 1 ... 79 21 2 0) 42),212 1,587,41
1181)3 828,68 (IM,012 415,(07 1,004,470
5 .......... 837,460 S 32,.121 401.845 1,0I ,0!
1807 .... ...... 854.980 290,7015 438,392 .13,t6078
IS ..........1.. ),011 299,166 488,851 1,640,076
lIoL ........ ..27,MWi a324,20 800,480 9 1,042,81
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Ili, 'I,, 'VI, ?77 1 !Y

y that company in prsecotng the
4 (Fronm Onr regular Correnpondent.) construction of the canal pending the |%'. Bryan expressed hi, opinion of
,_. : Washington, April 23. -Tie aIppear- Lransferof the property t.othe United Gro..r Cl and at .banquet bTh. e ao. al at of e
--been.oad Tdeay morning Every m
..... ne..... e. i ance of Senator Hoar d Willi/an States and whwih, as has been previ]. Kansas C.ity Tesday 'very sm bpars *f
.ter, 14er1 Ac1 ofo Jewiitgs Br3an, Charles Eiiory ouily stated, is estimated as ,amount word he said ,was just and true, but united tStes. An EastLru mna who
.... ...... iith,aid Governor Montiague f. Vir- ing to about *5,000 per day. The Sen- 4 it worth while? Would it not be has recently taken ip through
loatidi and4 thursday gihia at ithe same bmiquiet, table in ator further states that in the Presi- better to -lave this president who Texas says the enthuaiansw with, wlihb
,I uwleule, Florida Washitingto, and the ui imuit cntlo- dent's communication to tle Senate it killed that elected him in the people have taken up; the good
gies of Thomas Jefferson pronounced is shown that Admiral Casey was sent "innocuous desuetidte," where he be- roads idea" is wonderful In oe....
P~IRARY, Editor and Prop'r. by these men of widely differing Ipoiti to the isthpus with a United States Iongs? There iso use combatting counties.they are in danger of "going
S, -.-------. c "al views eestituted one of those warship and landed marines, not be- Olevelandem in theJDemocratic party. ,iwild onthe sbjeet. Funtld are bei.
$sm* o aa'r'SWsU xlSCRirTimO: remarkable -tributes vhich. few statt.s- cause there was danger of interfer- It is not in the Democratic part, and ing raeed mainly by issue. ofouny
; minen are accorded. Senator Hoar in ence with the Panama raiaway, bq with canif get in. Possibly a few Americans bonds.
Al he Twicea-Week 8 1 ayear;six his remarks emphaiizeld ithi fact when ibe object of defeating the revolution- who h)d seen Benedict Arnold's hero-i In Pennsylvania the State-aid idea
ta nths, O0; tingle copies, *. ihe said: "If we anit a sure prouf of ists and sustaining the Martoquin ad- imn' the shock of battle still retained has taken firm hold. The :plan just
S'' VAi'StG^T : AI: Thomais Jefferson's greftiuess it will ministration. until it had had time to sofne lingering admiration for him af- adopted -is for the State, the county
i o~oal advertisements, 15 cents a line be found in the tact that muen of ratify the treaty. ter he had put on the British uniform, and the township to co-operate in ,the
rithe first and 10 centi for each addi- every variety of political op;iion, how- Representative Slayden of Texas is but no one thought it necessary to ar- work of building and improving the
Snaiiliedrtton. fevvtr far asunder, ti. d conuirznattion of in Washington and reports that in his gue against his bein placed in corn- roads. The State is to pay two-thirds
Displi: ed advertldements for three, their doctrines in him.", Mr. .ryan sectionof thecountrysentimentisvery mand of the patriot armyafterhe had of the expense, and the county and
Sande trs on a lcioa tes. dwelton Jetfferso"i't recogliitionol ie evenly divided between Judge Parker Joined the enemy. The Americans township in which the work is done
|'.:Maraeand Deah notices inserted necessity of fre speech and free til- ',,of New York, Senator Gorman and would have accepted the leadership of each one-sixth of the expense. The
i e -Obtuaries, 5 cents line. iots. He said in part: "To Jffier- Richard oln g-- -.-. son the right of fret speech and free the Demoeratic presidential nomina Democrats of today would accept that pose $,500,000 to be expended during
WeWp will not accept tmps opinions applied to every thilng, be- tion, Ex-Senator Hill, Mr. Slaydcn of Mark Hamna in preference to that of the next few years.
I sller denomination than 2 cents. cause hl rightly understood thal 110 regards .as impossible because of his Grover Cleveland. And yet while The principle involved in the State-
S..... censorship of opinion could be per- position on the income tax and his Mark Hanna would beat Grover Cleve- aid plan is exactly the same as that in-
Ovae CLUBDtNo Lsr. mitted that would not be moredanger- apathy in the campaign of 1806. He land before any Democratic conveh- involved in the schemes for National
t The Sun and the Thr~ie-a-Week ous'to truth than to error, for those also mentioned Edward M. Shepard tion that represented the Democratic aid, which has developed such popu-
4 (N.Y.) World one year....... $1 65 who are conscious of the righteousness as a possible candidate and one whom people, no one thinks it necessary to larity recently. The fundamitoial idea
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.) of their cause are not so apt to invoke he believed would be well supported. show iis unfitness for the Democratic of both is that road improvement is
ThWe ekly Constitutano e (r. 1 75 force in defense of their opinions as Referring to Mr. Bryan, Mr. Slayden nomination. notmerely a matter of localinterest
S Beml-Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 those who are conscious of error, and said that there was no man in political In 1900 Mr. Cleveland was entirely and responsibility, but a matter of in-
The Sun and the Semi-Weekly who, recognizing their inability by life who had a larger personal follow- pleased with the Republican ticket terest and concern to the w.hle peo-
TimegsJUnion one year....... 1 50 reason, fall back upon coercion." Con- ing and that he would prove an impor- and platform and may have been ple; or, to put it another way, road-
-r. W to a n ri trary to the expectations of many, the tant factor in the convention, there enough displeased to have voted against building is coming to be viewed as a
S. Dr. Webster of Clark University has Jefferson dinner was not productive of being no hope for a candidate who McKinley. If his sympathies are turn- species of "internal improvement"
I figured out that the sound emitted any important political utterances. could not secure Mr. Bryan's endorse- ing back to the Democracy he can belonging in the same class as river
: from 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 cornets 8trongipressure is being brought to ment. Personally the "gentleman be of use to the party only in one way. and harbor improvements.
would equal oneohorsepower. bear on Secretary of the Navy Moody from Texas" favors Senator Gorman, If he will go off and hide, if he can Another reason why National and,
...-- --- to cause a general investigation into whom he regards as an able and con- succeed in getting mten to forget that State aid are becoming so popular is
The gA rnment now issues one the bursting of ,the big gun on the servative man and one whowoM conr- he ever lived, it will be possible for the realization that, unless something
S two, four and ve ent stamped en- Iowa and also into the disablement of mand the support of the bu- -- in- Democrats to fight with some chance of the kind is adopted, the burden of
velopes. E 11 has a dIflTerent design the Maine as a result of the firing of terests of the country. Mr. -layden of sucqes. The memory of him will bad roads, like the poor will be al
a nd large an ordinary stamp. her turret guns. An examination of said Mr. Gorman favored moderate always aid the Republicans, and if, ways with us. The bottomless roads
the Maine proves that she has been tariff revision. while he is remembered, the Demo- of the country constitute a sort of
The Atlaa A Constitution says John seriously injured and the cost of reme- crate should ever be successful, it will "Slough of Despond" ir which the
D, Rockeft er's $20,000 cow is sick. dying the damage is variously esti- M'OREARY'S MEASURE. be in spite of it. people are destined to ounder unti
Everybody who uses oil should unite mated up to $500,000. Not only have rlando Record Senator M re Talk about party reorganization! some one comes along to help them
in prayer for the animal'slrecovery. the supports of her turrets been in- rlando Rry Reorganization I Rubbish! Who will out. In facte expense fr iprv-
jured, but the emplacements of her six- of Alachua county has introduced a reorganize the party? The men who ing the roads in an localities is a
The total wealth of the world is os- inch guns have been found o be weak resolution providing for an amend- have knifed it and threaten to continue burden which he local population is
timated ato $400,000,000,000. Of this and her boilers have suffered serious ment to the constitution which, if to knife it unless they are placed in wholly unable to bear It is believe
*mount the UTiited States in 1902 had injury. The contractors of the Maine adopted by the .people, wil give control? The men who have fought that wheneverte or the atio
$94,800,000,000, or neatly one-fourth. have hastened to secure immunity this State practically direct legislation. for Democratic principles the last de- reaches out a helping hand to such
--- ----L- from all damage claims by getting from The resolution provides that the con- eade are Anglo-Saxon Americans. communes tl
-cmtstitution shall be so amended that thea
`-The government has withdrawn the Secretary of the Navy a statement, stitution shall be so amended that the Whd is insane enough to think they bend all their energies to the gre
from public entry a tractof land con- fathered by Chief Naval Constructor people shall reserve to themselves the will select masters and select their work of improving their highways b
tainihg 8,460,000 acres in the Blue Bowles, to the effect that they are not power to make laws and amendment enemies as masters? they will never undertake the Job
Mountains, Oregon, as a forest re- to blame for the injury; but, in the and to enact or reject the same at the Democrats have not repented of any- without help from the outside
S serve. opinion of some well-posted naval of- polls. Tenper cent of the voters shall thing and are not going to repent. The frequent rains of the past few
Sflers, this statement was made pre- be required to propose legislation, They have made two consistent fights weeks have made the roads almost f
S .More men have died and are buried maturely and even should it, on further which is called the initiative. The on principle and will make more. passabl in a aority of the local
i n thIeIsthnmu of Panama. along the examination, prove to be entirely cor- second power proposed is thp referen- Will they win? They may in 1904 or communities throughout the eastern
line of the proposed canal, than on rect., the question arises, who is to dum, and it may be ordered by a peti- they tnay not; but they are not think- half of the United Sta es. Perhaps
i any equal amount of territory of tile blame and what reniedies should be tion of seven per cent of the voters. ing of surrender. If there is any re- his is one of the reasons why the good
world. taken to prevent a recurrence of snoht The veto powers of the Governor shall pentance it must come from those who roads idea is uppermost in so many
7 .-- ......daimages and consequlint heavy ex- not extend to measures referred to the have abandoned the party. They may min ds.
S The prospects of a parcelH post agree- pese? people. Any measure referred to the come back if they wish. Most of them -- --
S ment between the United Siates and Thi postollice investigation still o- peole shall take effect and become a may regain their influence by proving IMPROVEMENTS IN SHIPPING.
Great Britain is now 'ncournging. tinuestand there is every reason to be- law when it is approved by a majority that they deserve it; but the few who
\ Suoh a service would undoubtedly io lieve t.lhat ample grouiid has been dis- of the votes cast thereon. The reso- used the power Democrats had given Steamer Alert Will be Overhauled and
SUeful. covered to warrant the reinmoval of sov- lution lacks only one point in direct them to murder the party will have no Hyacinths Removed.
.- ,- .eral officials, but, for sonmi, unknown legislation to make it perfect, and that honored place in its resurrection. If Melrose April 25--Rev A. N.
R Over 38,000 immigrants arrived at reason, presumably political pressure, is the imperative mandate, or the such have not repented let them stay Waters preached his last sermon for "
1NewYork during the first ten days of the Postimaster-General has refrained power to withdraw an officer at any where they belong. If they have let tte season on Sunday. Arrange rents
SApril. We would advise them to order from taking the necessary steps, H time and order a new election on the them come back and go quietly to the have been mad by which Rev. ulian i
oael for next winter at their earliest says that the investigation will con- petition of a respectable number of polls and try to make atonement for will preach once a month during th'
O Convenience. tinue until all the facts are probed to votes. their treason, knowing that, while summer. .
..... ... .the bottom, but lie falters when it they may make partial atonement, the Mrs. W. A Vogelbach left yesterday
During 'm past year there wore 16.- comes to taking the step which would through thme work of toe experts of days of their leadership are ended. for Valdosta to visit friends for a few
.840pormit ~sued to children of four- most facilitate the work of the inspeot- thie government road work bureau the e- orgaesptkitovstfrrendsfor a fes
| .teen. ear" age.- or over to work in ors-tho suspension of suspected of- public is becoming informed of the ex- Congress appropriated $12,500,000 for After Aril th e Alert will prob iM
the establ -,nts of New York, 0,0H fHialan pending the result of the in- cessive cost of transportation over the the rural delivery service during the abl e ith e lervcwallprob .
;belng for and 7,287 for girls. quiry. It now transplires that Mr. Ma- ordinary wagon roads. Ten years ago next flscl year, beginning July 1, and put i first-class condition for nex a
I The r---: -"----:^ chen, superintendent of the Free De- a commission in Ohio investigated the the department will establish 15,000 sut son. The little iola has been rex-
aherre ia.ght golddollatrs in the livery division, was requested to resign matter and reported that the cost to new routes on the money. Thus it is ~ ired, provided withan been re- o
-. national treasury for every man, wo- in 1897, hut, that an inspector detailed carry farm products over ordinary expected by the end of the next fiscal bl nd nw boe
t man and child it the United States. on the case failed to lind sullicient evi- wagon roads was 25 cents a ton per year, to have 30,000 rural carriers in t. Alert. Repairs w itah plae ofbegun
e beautiful part of It is that we are dece and the request as ithdrawn mile. While there has been a great motion, anmd 15,000,000 people living ta tm whrf platform here, the build "
e compelled toe pay taxe. on thtnw before it had bhen ated upon. reduction in the cost of transportation outside of towns and cities will have in repainted aomd evdryth.ibgbriht..
t compelled to pay taxes oi thm. before it had been itt d o by rail, wagon transportation stands their letters and newspapers delivered en d up generallyn The e 'yt right-
Tie :.... The ltest l ehalrge presented for in- at practically the sinme figure as a gen- at their doors ,ne d up generally. The ." i.t.. Wil ,
tr: = he Unte States has wealth of $1,- vestigatio n coles front thie Comllp- trat ion That Ohio iures are a a i af endeavor to clear out aroae..he a

28 person. Australia has $1,2129, Di- troll r ot the 'riasitury, who haseatsd proximately correct is indicated by t hyacinths in the canals and "
mark $1,105, Canada $980, and I lcland ilquity to beh adul rnrling the e ost in exic, whi is 6 cents a last igrat on rom an i the others i Lake Alto by w
$878 per person. Among all thi nat. statUs of twelve machinists, xaminrs ten a mii, between Vera Cruz and the ih t t month s was 13,853 people nietttina g.
t1i"os the percent tage of debt to wetalt and repairers of thle complic:ated n City of 3Mexieo. England, 15,221 from Ireland, .1 9,603 s o r
.. lowest the United States. celing tmahini s usedi it te lairg-r ........ f ...n.a., atd.211fom Iti lndSfdenvisiting his brother M.dL. ard s
il po talpo ofth^..,t, TIll^ Live A.oS in recent in- rn21,116fromSwedencl
;.-.. ............ .. .........tlllS of t ,tu my "'llts, lii Thion s Edison it ma. recent it- ,l he inimnmigrat ion from Italy, A.ustria- 'on T'heursd.IMat y 21st..c r ienicoat
Exports of cattht' from thiis country chiles ie rent t,-d by the govrinmiient itrvi'tw said "I believe that within l10ingar andon fro si aly, Aust ia- on Thursdayi, Mayll be enjoy by nic at
inFebruary totaled ,0.. against 2- t rentls trying from ) tn thirty ears early all railways will i erid, and Russia was i 7.75 in the spring will be enjoyed bythe chl-riday.
)! 28. for February, 19002. The total ex year, ,twd tint' q.stion ,t it'y tri iseard sttm h nooives an o titis introd, tm d the entire itigra- 402,79.Deafness Cannot Bon red
Sports for the eight months euing Feb. a tre not thi, owners bound to klp the r electric motors, and that the electric to nited State 402,749. Deafns
28, 190, wero 22 h against A.-hi in rli t A ddit nal fore atiobile will displace the horse al- Ther r ,r, o 70.608 babies born in b local applications, as thell not
Is o L b reach the diseased portion of the .
. 031 for theme salmi period of the plret-ious tis gli'ien to t.' 1-stioln by the fat lost centirelv, Illi.s r. vOf tIhis Iy rach the Ofthiseased number 27,io e af -
-year .. that ts in v b.t e carried ot -. 3-7 -irst saw tie light of d There is hlay ion way to cure deaii-i
y man ..O... Nob wh theme rolls s "hbtokkteep rs." vidntly The gross postal receipts for the C.licgo. fy i' ses and that is a Ionstitutional
A man in. (Omnalrta, Nt i., o d with thm putrpos't of deci-ivim ('oi" omomnth f Marchattiftyof th. largest : r .medies. Deafne is cased by an
lt4. .. r. t n o si ill l S~ iostolilesf t Unitedr States agre- When the recent act of Congress be- liniiflam ie d it in Tu e.. m eo
littt uide .oaind lft, a iot te o- COM inlis siol Like al ,t1her 'lutrg es, gated .$5,7 nt resof.,- comes etlective the navy will have al- igof the slacm Tube. When
S leapOninghe l Tsen pf his raeil ant that t :at to as ii ke tlter 470, or 8 plr ento over tho recipes most 3i0,X) olicers and n. this tube l you ave a rum-.
lie wasinioelr, Thllere evidently luitist iu\-ii gumlion."-
;"- ".be onethuing wrong with a nmain who Seiiair Morg.:u of \lihani, sfor March 102. lin Card of g sound or niprfect hearing, ai :
.would get lonely with a i0,0to lak imade pultbli n itelit w i ch it Card r.of Thank. F oeey w it is entirely closed, dafness is
Lo'Oaintaha'd5 1, 'si >e i rs 1f l'vii i The' postolhce of wo York liiy hais tMr. and Mrs. m). F. Mo seley, who te r d less the infuam1amal -o
l t n- thirty-two stations .atnd15Siu stations., ere occup;a t of the Endel house. at tion cai ,* takn oit li this tube re-
~ho earth Is 4bout 92,0000 mimilt's ma t he- sua and ars 19.)0(X)0 i wiitlid in foriiat ion Iealld fr ,by ih la, ter. -tiurt-t tmp-emi" 'n, g mre to 'xpress their sincere tha ks to out of ,, -cauil br eart I
19" k"10 ksau a -ile 2$ak 00,let.r ma k is-iihe fire departni -tit and '. l I tia ill ..... c .
Sbut te orbit Mars i not Sn o uary 3 intil March 19, oui r. h "a tel> citizens who so willingly asstd is id om .t a-uime- c" .
Ste s ut i th day of i.joturnllinnt, which infor- hur a .i hour whl ii as h teda wa t sa.. ii
looted, so that its istanee frn mation would have acc linhed thi It is said tlht our soldiers in the ie d They wil ss bance wa t< arra heth)red -is L
.ya.rie. 8,0,000 ;,ies. Tmhe defeat of the treaty. The iunforitatiqo Philippin" a very nearly all bald-.kind..iTet y f l alw "m bear the b a.') e
iiifas srimwatrferdPhilippines mare vry nearly all, baldi- ,
Ih referred to is tiloe arranlg*eit-lait Iaade d, II. sid at th warm thet .n the'people of IaSi l th .s b r'c.s
b 8-.0eortary 'Hay wiLtmwg thh01 PVaL$&wVI a-oes te ob A-i h ' -tJ W F.-
he ii -- k -- -' m 1Kimhal
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ReI Thinks Quadrennial Sessions
Often Enough for Legislature.


Senator Crill's Bill for Geographical
Survey Passed by a Good Vote---Sev-
eral House Bills Passed-Information
of General Interest.
Tallahassee, April 24.-In the Sen-
ate this mornihig P'resident Adams in-
troduced a joint resolution proposing
an amendment to p4ection 2, article 3 of
the Constit-ution of the State of, Flor-
ida, relating to the ineeting of the
Legislature. The chaingt is: "The
regular sessions of th L egislatutre
shall be held quadrennially, conmmenc-
ing on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in April, 1905, and on the cor-
responding day* of every fourth year
hereafter, but the Governor may con-
vene the same in extra session by his
proclamation. Regular sessions of the
Legislature may extend to sixty days,
but no special session convened by the
Governor shall exceed thirty days."
This was accompanied by another
joint resolution, proposing a change. of
the Constitution relating to the eleo-
tion of members of the Legislature to
conform to the first proposition.
htf 'rf meaD.siures i intrul 1ed were:l t14

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A- Joint ceen$ piet-ICENTEN U ULapi WA OASE Of %Q m|1
to examine the recteut ompfilatio h .... .1. I I.I.I
the 00 aws of lloridft bIy CAolonel tOffit lls Now lBtelieve m Blv Mm. Ir |I I I
kers of Orlando. MHA oorh.d Took Her O Lls.
Ai act to amend section i 1001 ol f thel BIG T Ei. o w York, Apri 2.-The ofr l I A Teo
evisd Statutes of thl State of Flor- conneAed with th ae o tMrsa Iren

ida by Senator MeCreary. relating to
tho locality of. sits against corpora-
dions, was passed, 22 to )0.
Senator Butler's bill toauthorize the
town of Eistls, in Lake county, Flor-
ida, to levy a special tax for the sup-
portL ofa free public library, and to
authorize said town to enter into an
Obligation for the support thereor, was
In the House.
Among the bills introduced in the
Ilouse the past week were tho fol-
lowing :
By Mr. Rivera of Alachna, -lHouse
bill No. 218-To provide liens for ma-
torial men, mechanics, laborers, and
,.to provide the mannior in wliich such
liens shall be acquired, and to provide
a remedy for the enforcement of such
liens; referred to the committee on
constitutional amendments,
By Mr. Jackson of Citrus, louse bill
No. 219-Prescrlbing the eligibility of
persons for the ofiloe of county super-
iltendent of public instruction; re-
ferred to tlh committee on education.
By Mr. Baker of Clay, Hotse bill No.
220-To prohibit the sala of domestic
wines between the hours of twelve
o'clock Saturday night and twelve
o'clock Sunday night, and prescribing a
penalty for the violation thereof; re-
ferred to the committee on temiper-

S. .. o ri e.
senator Blount-To permit the By Mr. Mote of Lake, House bill No.
title to latd in replevin trover 222-To requi .'-uOlty tax assessors to
*spass suits; also in relation to take the va, ., on of the town and
rranto. P city tax asses ,r,4 on all town and city
enator Peacock-Regulating the property; referred to committee on
is for divorce in the State, limit- finance and taxation.
q grounds to following causes: By Mr. Crawtford of Orange, House
ry, impotency at time of mar- bill No. 224-To amend section 2 of an
willful and obstinate desertion act entitled an act to amend chapter
period of two years. 4065 (56), Laws of Florida, acts 1891,
Senator McCreary-To amend entitled an act to keep in repair all
10 of an act to amend section public roads and bridges and to open
15, 47, 48, 50, 66 and 67, of chap- new roads in the county of Orange and
2, Laws of Florida, entitled an State of Florida, approved June 83,
the assessment and collections 1899; referred to committee on public
rhue, approved June 1, 1895. roads arid highways.
enator Stockton-To amend sec- By Mr. Drane of Polk, House bill
f an act to require railroad and No. 225-To provide a penalty for sell-
orporations and persons operat- ing spiritous, vinous, malt or other
I running railroads in the State intoxicating liquors in counties whore
e said railroad, and in case of a suc sale Is authorized by ]aw,
to do so, to pay damages for without first taking a licenee therefor,
k killed or injured on said roads and to prescribe certain rules of evi-
ines or cars, approved May 13, dence and the duties of sheriffs in iuch
also in relation to investment esses; referred to committee on tom-
e school funds by the State perancee
of Education of Florida, and By Mr. Drane of Polk, House bill
Iing said board to loan such No. 227-To pension generalss J, J.
funds on warrants issued by Finley aid Win. Miller for distin-
ltIes. guished services during the Civil War;
hate. bill, authorizing the city referred to committee on penIsions.
Lssee to issue bonds for niak- By Mr. Watson of (Oceola, Il.ouse
ucting and putting in opera- bill No. 24-To amend section 1938 of
im of sewerage, and for eon- the Revised Statutes, relative to at-
extending the electric light tchment when ( In operation in said city, h her L is inot acttilly
in operation in said city, due; referred to committee on ju-
Ing, paving and otherwise diciary.
e streets of saTd-oity, or -
-or the payment of the prin- A DEAD SURE THING.
| Interest of said bonds, arid,
tion of the proceeds of any Name of Florida Agricultural College
|to the purposes for which .to be Changed.
y be issued, an providing (Special to The Hun.)
gemest and extension of Tallahassee, April' ~.-The bill
Li nd tho establishment of changing the name of the Florida Ag-
ge system, and bthe man- ricultural College at,,Lake City to the
g operation of such plant Unlversity of Florida passed the Ho>ise
was passed anofd certified today by a vote of thirty.eighl to tell..
for actions passed ad certified aving already passed the Ienate, the

irk's bill, providing for bill will become a law iupon rectivJng
tion of thie acts of the the approval and signature of the
tion of thle acts 6f tho

of a general and pernma-
in newspapers, prescribing
f the Secretary of State
ards, of 'County C(
providirig compensation
1, ws ame'nded altd ad.
-thlird re'ndiing.
darn bill, requiring the
t the allkgatiims and is-"
Sdiv Ior, pirw-vedirgei to

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I Ia p rope,,-,i
fi 61 f artinle i
teasing toi t,
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21 t"''1 &t .t 'n 3rlt Of to e-. ty, fo- r ( ;

for (. i I.g i o's (-r vnfT of the routdx n ri -
th4 bi:lit .'sot kD)wl. However, 'rh
t4d. puroh-A* of t.h, wharf property would
i ast prov1It, for doCk a 4d Itabli ahtin t
pmedt et n'amtusi rA in tbhi eity.

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Entertains in '-Celebration of
Eighty-Fourth Anniversary.


It Comprised Vocal and Instrumental;
Music, Recitations, Readings and
Speeches by a Number of Prominent'
Odd Fellows-A Big Spread.
One of tile most enjoyable socinl
functions ever held in this eity was
that tendered by Center Lo dg'v No. 11,
1. O. 0. F., at, the lodge rmou Friday
evening. It was probably tho most
largely attended of any of a similar
nature ever held here, lir room being
crowded to almost incoIveioniel. .
The occasion was the eight y-foiurth
anniversary or the founding of Odd
Fellowship. Tho members of the- r-
dor were invited to invite their lady
friends, as well as other visiting broth-1
ers, with the result that there wore
present nearly one hundred and fifty
ladies atd gentlemen, I
Tho exercises were opened at 8
o'clock by Robt. Molellan, an enthu-
elastic Odd Fellow, who makes an ox-
cellent toastmaster. Mr. McClellan
delivered a few well chosen remarks,

Moorhoad, who took hi-chloride of
mnr(.Iry IhI the r84. (rgo hotel,
l'tlolsl) u, hat Frlday, and died In a
hIospital ntor ;v' dalys sut4ering, are
satttled th',t % .'A. Moorh I'., with ~~iifl intent. NoMu
of f thel, lhou ,'ri, h. jttuestlOiute(l tho
wotl :li 'n ii W,,. '0 .1 who dlsap.ettared
after hil a ('.ut| \-w.ts lo'nitd later
at tlhu' h.i, o or l4 n t hrot r in M;inhal t.
tau, a to t,1 ": n ', hih itl'oilptl'
h i %; v, ",' t.) |.. : -t h .'|.'.'lt 'r'^. Fo .
1i:c. :4 tl
tn r I;t \: I -

clo4 st ly, 1' '"" ". ;'.. '

"The I'n til .-
e'ase froi t ; ,'. .i .
It wV;u liy ;li! ,"* '
fact that M ,, .r 4
1 00 p i s i I f l < t ti n

preparAd for .wo re, I': : 'i
taken. I have h',,n l .,
head hand tbuen stibj4 e lt to
ancholla, since the diiean' ,'r ,
The body of Mr. M o'r
been placed In a riecolvlnVI vvautt
Greenwood cernetetry, but will. t 1

stating the object of the gathering, sait, be remove to la a
and his own pleasant way impressed urtal.
those who heard him. CARNEGIR'S PRINCELY GIFT.
Mr. McClellan's remarks were fol-I
lowed by the following excellent pro- PhIlanthropist Gives Tuskegee Normal
gram: i Instltute $600,000.
Piano solo .........Prof. A. J. Foskett ,0 0,.- ,
Reading, That Abandoned Cow of Now York, April 25.-"'e trustees
Ours ...........Mrs. L. T. Roux of the Tusketee Normal and Industrial
Instrumental solo.:.... Mias Olnaslhman InetItute. In Alabama, have received
Vocal solo..... Mrs, Alston MeKlnstry oo600,000ooo toward the endowment fun
Recitation.Old Maid and the Baur r from Andrew Carneglt who- attenMd
Voglar ... ..........Mi Mary Baird the recent meetlxg in behalf of the
Instrumental olo ....... Missa urhimin T'Iilketgee inasttUte, where ex-Pr*W-
Vocal solo, Only One Heart....... dent (rovor Cleveland preoiMtd.
... .......... Mrs. J. Hole The trustees will meet soon to take
Instrumental solo .... Miss Laura Baird formal action in accepting the gift,
Grand Cavalry Maroh and Review, and tto i same ttmo tottakoe mnoaeurra
ommanded by Oaptain M. ynch, to till further increase the endow-
followed by preparation for supper
tables. mn,
Address ......... iof. JM. M Golllains Vanderbllt-Rutherford Marriage.
History of Odd Fellowship,..... Parls, ATprll 23.-Intimate friend of
... ........... .Marcus End1 ,William K. Vanderbilt and Mrs. Ljou.
rhe Threor inks....... N ttt1 H ldl 1.e M. Ruthorford accept the author.
R(ig, V it. You Lovole 'hJ in ley tlvo sttomaent from l1ndon of their
I'm Bald (humorous) ......... approaching marriage as confilrmatory
... ..... ....... W. l illg or what they have believed forp om Reading on Rebekah Degree ..... time. The diflleulty hm been that
....s .......... ... Mr. I)r. Itobb I)oth of the parties mmnedlately con-
Informal Address ....Mr. laJiigwoirthy corned have continually donated that
Closing Address........Geo. M. Jytich' their iinrrlago was to t ako place.
Thio tables literally groaned >jldrtdr T'hoso duintala apparently have Imw(I
the weight of the good things i)reiha1reid dire to the legal In)(pediiinents >xlaftlng
by the ladies, and thie spread was thor. until the Now York court pro'oedllngs
ougly enjoyed by all present. of Monday. NMr, Vtnl'r!u lllt i#aIr'presi,
Whenever Center ILodge onde.rltaken'sHi elt t tll dlln iTer [)illy uodilay
night. W h, n thi) ,!ui.,,ti.(41 (i f his
to entertain its friends it always engatrlll wans Ioni"lhed, hie pror
means a goo< time, and this was no 1 ed *~ 'tOoi(.I exception. .
TH NEW FROMWADOmpicrt of Car Famine.
THI NEWS FROM WALDO. Kr.xvillhocnn ln. A,:11 5.--041l
Editor Prewitt May Change Location. cO'wLwe il North nrl t outh a roll
Other Matters of Interest. a ae a co n of coal ar
Waldo, April 25.- Mr. f- shortage. Thy assert that they are.
a111 a o.-to got a suffiolont supply of
(Ii of Harmpton ha11s reinoved hIere. S.(, dIn o to the lark of c*ar. Tho
and occupies one of the Williams Knoxville division of the oSuthern
cottages. Mrs. Kelijun realdeo with clflma to be handling all thl coal l Car
her. It is theirpurposo to take board- gIvon It, and uo blockade exsts on i
ers. this dilvlilon. The trouble appaosr
It is probable that we will lose our to te elsewhere. In other d4vislonsi not
town paper, Theo Enterprive. Editor furnishing coal ears to t1o Knoxville
IPrewitt hats jastures new and btttr emil, where thoe coal 1t produced. This
in view. Proper and public spirit shortage p cars is true, despite the
would keep him and his paptr lwre; fa,.t that the t4minrld fo r coal is a ldl
but that is lacking. An effort to form to l *tot. 6. -r 1-nt of w t --

Wa. lr Feltbrary, when thero was oan
it sttck company to GOlltthinue th &boani1lnce of coal cars.
town paper failed, __
Foretiman attair in hsving a tle- JIngo's Body Driftlng at Sea,
phone line put up to connect the depot N w Votk, April 26-,-Ths L-rtth
and rouud bhoust, and lthol 11 will be Ihlp (ololrado, from Hull., which ar-
ext etled tij oihlr placr's ii town. rived h(,re today, r'poirt that (m April
It iK very dry and rain is very mtucth 17 the body of1 the elephant 3Jnlo was
unodedt, sighted. Thi1e voiel waus at thatI fIn-i
Rev. L, .J. (Gifg preach at tie, flaptist church nex.ti H-l- sl an 1 iflxi which Itdiled aFt <,:a. whilh,
day!ing. b f tli 'trt4fD Ort'f(d from I.1vA'r 1.ol Ito
Cartr you., a Tdittrlu adw Ne w Yo(rk-, a)4 was said t s the
worthy colored eitili, haM 1 marketlwI att wm- it. n Qlt ,hat Tyln0 arclh
t XX Whquarts of rtiit war th wn ovir,+olartd on Mlarch
reeefved r 'mutiwrative te i. ard p .. of ing .
S... ........ .. .... ; 4 hint l en 1 t .;in)g for :O; lays .
Card From n. T. Kenrard.
Fd I Plan1e 5400d10n"S.
To. thne Itif ofairevllle ard .Al toa- t ry, Ala,, April 2i0,-Th
It havir g como to ., my mwld. t, ma O daavn.I A trd pn Ortl Na hvli, "ita s
I a I tto ar tid &ppIcath. with s rn ha. t rnce usadt the e fle4'applctlui with the srary (rf
feet that I eheri*h hatrn.d "and ma tt; e o *rhin4 heir h arter uo t
in my beart Ag*siunt 0 .,0e of tho cti. !may j*t,nd thotdr litss from. rlllIanta
z gnot*f (al**v ill*., I take tht ',ea(m, I Marton cm.nty. Alatmma, -to l.Dublt
to t o rde t 'atI [m l ra- h tJl ofet .-mA)WI son. rra ll Law wnil
^ ^ s ^Ato :h eti* e ,.v^ti ad A a Olwbrt to the 4 vidkts lpU4 be
chus county. t hal ti's. potv 1411t
ott foutndatkou- ,i, ft, Sf lg twina AlItoma"amA M alJ l fre ( h5itttl h^ -by 420#4016 0OW, IN*".
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To the llourd of I'ublle Itnktrutiolol of Allactua
We, the urtdllorlitult vot.4i's til tluxniaygers
remtdlunwn the territory des orllt)ol aU ollowv:
((menia ilt l al the southwomt oorner of ,Hep-
tion Ill. owenoilh> 10 south of uigo *e )i OMt,
ndl rulliiltr itinnoD ol lt lto Lthe mouthoaux1t t40(*
Inol( of aoolton mI. 'l owiltll II mouth of Ilttlnme
SI. allt: th nlte0 o north t( hile N`t1a1t (tonwrp
t)tf 04voti onll Wll 'IlowtDilll l. toth t oP ltinr n $1,
Vait tl'hl4 W4ott ti) the oIa hilt. le IpOt on tile
Mlsouth llfof wm(ithlon io, lgoowhlts ontuth of
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w thl l other 1si tp the A erii i0 Aftr Us!ing WeldoBadetB Team Goes D n in
Art. rhe, aiendiment wail ( ODefe~at 8.forB
E' adopted, ifer which the resolution '' \ '- Thebaigame between the Gaines-
was paed'. villeHigh School and Waldo.teams re-.
Wer@. 8OiS aa 0etlatowr Cril'. bill to establish a sAiAtteoli a victory for the 1igh School
geolo geiogical survey ror the State of Flor- : t or 22 to 6,'
.... i da an4 provide for the appointment of .AIJugh ,the VW
SState geologist, was advanced tb its grownme and the High Schools were
....EI D PETIT h I rd read ng. mereboys, the game proved to be a
1 In the House. The Poplar Mngr of the l walkover-for the High School.
Oambiing to bm Made a A majority of the sheriffs of the oil Com an iSs.: There was a fairly good crowd pres-
tat's RFson Offes, or .Punsh- State have petitioned the Legislature pr Wrj fiy ye '' y en, a part, of which consisted of the
1n0 ro~sd-4-everal Other Im- to make certain changes in the criti-. t e youig ladieaof the High School, who
ortaOtChanes in Law Suggested, nal lws of the State for the protection t D Feel a if Wre by their encouraging words and fair
Wdsd ri to life and property and to the inter- : ri'al faces certainly were an inspiration to
l the 8enliteWedneg et o the public at large: the boys, greatly aiding in the glorious
[MaWilliama introduced a First-That the punishment for gam- The manty mA rvilous Oures wpntght victory which was won.
0-4,orrent resolution providing that bling be made a State prison offense, for the ii-k, si tffvring and diseased by Th'e principal feature of the game
SLegiulature.. adjourn on June 5, or punishment increased; alo that Painei-' CeOlery Colpoutindd, should coin- was a three-base hit to deep center by
Sat 12 o'olok noon, which was card-playing or any game for pleasure pel the attention o every prudent and Ernest Waller, the crack junior catcher
aopted, on Sunday be a misdemeanor. Judicious p"oin % ho feels that he or of the State.
New bills were introduced as fol- Second-Tliat the puishmentI of she is out-of-health in thle sprmingime. There is certainly great baseball tal-
tk -aeuthoriBe petit larceny be increased from three The runloxit wenk, teeples, dyspep- ent among the High School boys, and
k Semnttor Stoekton-To authorize to twelve months.'it being expensive tic, rhelninatic, and the atllieted with if the business men of the city will en-
*tl es and towns to contract for .re- to prosecute the same party two or blood troubles, should re-aliza at once courage them financially they will
va of garbage, etc., as follows: three 0imes each year. that Paize's Oery (ou, d frees all b a few years hence.
Section L, That the Council of any Third-That a more stringent va- the evt,,rl from ,.ds of diease and G.H. Line Up. Waldo.
lity oratown of this State is hereby grant law be passed, so as to put a Waller... ........0 ........Fortuner
authorized and empowered to enter stop to so much idleness. OR .po ... ......... P .........Griner
toan agreement with any ndividual, Fourth-That a more stringent law Moore... ......... t .... Bell
"'company or corporation for the gath- be passed on Hiving in open adultery, Oarlisle ....... 8rd......Cauthen
bring and disposal of its waste, gar- al o le*1 and, lascivious behavior, as L-cGrande........S S... .. Prewitt
Page, night soil, dead animals and that class of criminal Is increasing all Hill.............LF.............Ross
/other refuse of said city or town upon over the State and con victions cannot Hall .............. C F. ........Entenza
i h teoms, and for such a pericd of be seuered uhder the present law. Thomas... .....R F.......... Colley
Sie# not to exceed thirty years, as Fifth-That there be a prosecuting IN JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.
itay be agreed upon between said city attorney appointed in each and every Aleander Muray; Under Charge of
of town and said individual, company county in the State here there is no
oroorporation; provided, that if such criminal court of .record or couihty Sodomy, Bound Over.
agreement involve a greater annual court. Among other cases coming before
co t t4 said city or town. than it is now Sixth-That a more stringent law be 1 Justice Colman Friday was that of
pa' Ig for the same quality or amount: pased In reference tofobtaining money, $tate of Florida vs. Alexander Murray,
of service, said agreement shall be goods and ohattles under false pre- a colored man, upon the serious charge
wstified by a majority vote of the free- tenses. of sodomy.
hoders of said city or town, and Voting Seventh-That all county prisoners Murray is well known in this city and
&t it election to be held for that pure be worked on the public roads of the violnity, having been here for several
poie,and provided further, that if such State, whereby the public roads could years. He has been employed for the
an election be held a copy: of said be put in better condition. greater part of the time by the various
Agreement, together with a notice of The petition, after being read in both livery stables of the city, where, it is
W sidelection, shall be published In. a houses, was refei ed to the Jolntv corn-. said, he became a victim of sodomatic
p aspaper In saldoty or town for four mittee on general legislatlon for con- 7 .14o-N.v. N 1 practices. .
0 ase0utive weeks prior to said eleo.. id ration. The defendant being not ready for
n t w p sd rMotee-To provide for the aP, -dl .... ........ .... trial, he was committed to the county
mn. BM.Mote-T provide for the ap- deadly imipuritios, atrengtht-ui the prison in default of a bail of $105 for
S'" 0tion 2. That all laws or partsof pojptment by the Governor of a State tiredanervi', aroues e a healthy appe.- disappearance at the coming session
laws conflleting herewith are hereby auditor anud auisatant; also to prohibit tite, regulates the sligvis h howils and of the circuit court.
I ealed espitting in public places. giVes normal atiion to tho liver. A The Colt Ran Away.
eitlon 8.' That this act shall be- By Mr. St,: lair-Abrams-To pro- few bottles of Paine's COehry Com- A lively colt belonging to Col. Syd.
omtie a law immediately after its hibit foreign corporations from operat- pound used at ont,, means the build- L. Carter made matters quite inter-
S)passage, when signed by the Goy- ing railwaysin the State without fleet ing of a vigorous health for the corn. eating on East Union street Friday
crn, e."-' having obtained a State charter. ing summer. Mr J,.hn S. O:n., Man- morning. The animal was hitched to
: ,. nator RTaney--To authorize the By Mr. Drane-To amend the law tiger of the Lehigli Oil Compaiy, Phil- a light road cart, and decided to rid
i' y ot Tallahassee to Issue bonds to establishing a fine Pnd forfeiture fund, adelphia, 'a., Kays:- a of te burden Cnsequentl
.... himself of the burden. CG nsequently
tb~ e amount of $100,000 for sewerage, and for feed of prisoners and hire of "It affords mn great pleasure to add the animal made asudden dash, throw-
ltindlng the electric light plant and convicts, relative to the duties of the my tetiinoiony to t he wotidertl virtues ing the rider inder the cart, The
ev'iso tn t as0 reamivendto the.~ion Ying the rider under the tart. The
:troet, paying; also'to amend Section Commisqloner of Agriculture. of Paiin'is Celpry Co( poinuid. My sys- wheels of the vehicle passed over him,
g92|, Revised-Statntes, relative to the By Mr. Gibbons-To provide for the ten being rundown, I was but with that determination which
icorpration of associations not for incorporation and regulating powers of advised in use your retvvdy, ai nfter convinced the animal that he
p eit o fuitral, sick and boenilt associations; use of eight bot tt I amn Ivtt, r. have meant business, he held to the reins.
y! Benator Peacock-To proscribe alst solution amending sections 2. a rawvnts appetite and slunp w.l| After having released itself from
the criminal jurisdiction of county 4 anos of article 5, Constitution of every.nigtU. W\ln I first h'tns using the vehicle, however, the colt made a
- Judges. Flor,It,relating to the Supreme Coour, l'siiiat's (.'l, ry C(o.'pon,,l. I ts also 2:40 gait for home, but the driver
Senator Neel secured the passage of also providing for garnishment of tmu- stifferiig fromi nitrv''II ration, brought her back, re-hitched her and
a onhourrent resolution providing for nicipal anid quasi-public corporations Lbut that ia lisipii'arted. r 5,, my weinthis way rejoicing.
t the appointment of a joint committee by individuals; also dispense words of nerves are now steady. I o tiffty -
to 1 visit and report upon the needs of linmitatioit in the conveyance of real five years otf n.,', btL do not feel as if
ith'e Florida State College and the esatite. I we-re ior than hiirty-five." GEO. S.HACKER & SON
neg*oNormalInstitute at Tallahassee, By Mr, Mason-To fix salaries of Excursion Postponed.
tFI 8phatorNeel is one of the directors of certain administrative officers, raising o tiE urs Al 2 -'.SotheA MANUIPACTURERS OFp
.he State College. the pay to $2,600 :f the Secretary of NIxehange excursion planned by the
: Dr, Butler has introduced the follow- State, Oomptroller, Treasurer and board of trade has been indefln4tely .a
i *i(g substitute for Senate bill No. 2, Commissioner of Agriculture. The postponed on account of the fact that ,g ,
.1.1 hlah was agreed to, but the measure salary of these officers is now $2,000. not enough time has been allowed fot "
',-ywasW indefinitely postponed before Also to authorize town and county making the arrangements. The excuw B 1
^ reaching its third reading: authorities in this State to contract blon waa announced tor May 4. and 1i '0 -
"e3i, it enacted by the Legislature of with individuals, companies or cor- was found to be Impossible to make 1
the tate of Florida operations for the gathering and die.- arrangements for souveniras, to comn.
S"That section 625 of the Revised posal of garbage, et.; also to amend piete corrcepandeltce with the towni
J8tatutes of Florida bu and the tame Section 1768 of the Revised Statutes, whfichaet bevsedaon to thue F
|.is hereby amended so as to rad as fol. relating t suimntary proeuo :i' oW*s the recovery of property by landlord "_s_
8'25.OanvaMrundResult : -The County Conutristionors shlil on cato'hig, selling, trtiansporting durl an nld 1r ,
the ilfth day aftLer such 'h'ectti or- -hiping ife shsd and fresh water fish CIi it iFSTION, S C..
erd as a oretaiid, uIbliely euanvais in t 'e frteth water rivers, creeks, lakes
.:the 5B11 a, te, place rtecivig a n ,'d ttroniS of h'' State, pr"- ,nd -Sash Witls rd HArdare
majorityy rity if the tnubr tf t vot,8 fsritg'clov' 'easot on srtme. t!B.'HS5 l 1

Scst,, t att. ueh an 'leviiett 4 siall be tht, Captatin Johnston of i'Pasco scoured .A. TD
Souiu y site of sa'd county foir tin thet pasta' ttf ti resolution fixing the Sewds
ears,,nd it sha i ie lh, i ,,ty ( ,f id ", o, of, I lie daily t essin ofI tohe ",.
Fo frorndyi in 9 it n,. to I v. II. to andti i ; A
;-- intommuimsionn' rs ,,: ,.r'ct. 1, 1t1 ,,1 t s i it clt'i( .t g April 80 Duri'g a portiti tn a iornln ^more
o pO.si0tl>blto, a court house and jail tind to tof the morning session Captain John. t Ai
provide sui-abhi ostlthi'. or hi tile s tit' tucpi*'d the Speaker'sq chair. Xi ss E K. HACHE Pzrorietor
P Iw arl The Hotlse pltse~d the following bill &op ka
S ouitty olticers who are r. quirlrd by law e.ertifying the same to the Senate: "A D St O. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
to keep their otittes at ti,' court Otous bill ito e entitled an act to repeal
S at t: ai plaee So stlehied as the county chapter 4018. entitled 'An act to de- the irst ubliation hereof Ien ats adminitrator
"site aforesad l tht bndarie of the town of St. o t i .... nt of the estate of E. M. Powell, deceased, wll
Ie rIde Ih Ie snyt plreburg, Florida;' to abolish the Monthly inancalo Statesment (Onty aptiy to the County Judge of AlaoChu unty,
didd 'th w y l town of St. Petersburg, Florida, and Bord -of Pabile, I struction. Florkia. for a final settlerenti and daut scte.
.shll have o,0e received it majority of to establisl> a municipality under the i STAI O FLRIDA. Z1vouher H4
all .the votes cast at 0sel itel-ion, Inllie of Cil 'of St. Petersburg; to Y.A or AtAlACIUA. Adm'r Estate of X M. PowelL
t ithen th after 1o1t m.rtre thail oe11 prvildo for its government and pre-' Atprul7 Jnuary 7. 10.
wo ,ribe jia Jtrisdiotion and powers, atid Hon. H1 C. Denton. Clerk Circuit Court: ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
i- a Aosue tot iltll lield douri g itth to .extend to sid muniicipality certain sir: .in compuae weith seee. 2. chapf 4S. i scribe rr c a n A NOTI i -
p'eriud uof t-en! ars, thel l that powers and priviles.' Laws of Florida. I hereby tle with you the t|en im Fl there a six mnonthsa ad n
'".last reowivd ch- jit nu.s parity hall r'e- A nutilber of bills were. considered following Itemized, finalal statement of all trator o W c. Jackon. deceadse winl spl
(I the ounty te athe Iealtise. .on od radig. schoOl monaeys received attl exii'Nkled, nti to the County Judge of Alachua county, lor-
An utll *&W t 4) eantnie. ofa "" oII read- togwarranta*aaued for the following pertcds. -iz: al settlement, and discharge.
: "All lawst ptrts of w lhWi i. con- Sawd the Loved One-sl April?. 40r b' F.- rt ra 'e
-K lliwt W, n thi ~t. ite o i d tilt,. ." __.Mre.- M-y -A. V liet Newcastle,'. aaIJ'Ts. ,oOtMarfh Estiat of Win. C. ei-

.therewuC repeaO- 0 lo writes: "I believe -Ballard's Lo .> :. OTtCE. .
oupior8trtition on ane mthate le Ttt.rS ofmome 13-
the dnate, a *.uk tip (tOr romid'rdtiot ol.orehound Syrup is superior t0o any Croo co.minPir.redptios. 10 Notice is hereby siven that letterS of adain-
O-rthor Harri.s' r~l ) a, o to refer other cnug l mlediie. and will -do all un t iioo e 00 te a i' hane been grated by the CoUt
,O tlti of W d aI sldi* e that Is claimed for it, and it is o Les wrranapdeaneeled tt ude of Alaohue county, SForsa, to the n-,
WK. ftMi wants *n 40 ,,,..,, wain"'s Md a0 gersonU having any ell ,na
lant to tahe, My little girl Wan no d oor h0eNands ogainct said estate *re reqUired to
to at w hen she has tao neoed for it." BBB. present the eis'ne within the Uti e requi b t th i.4ar, coIs- d Horit Orehou Syrpea ir the 10ao, ao~alar, U .. o r tey. Wi .b brrett bni tio a
an $gt ower rer I allrkall aimonar ailments. .a Wd sb-., must be' Oa, to me.
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Notice is hereby given that T. V. Porter,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 409,dated the
2d day of July, A. D. 1900, has filed said oerifi-
cate in my office, and has made applicatlon for
tax deed to Issue in acoordanee with lIw. Said
certificate embraces the following described
property situated in Alaobua county, Florida,
AllH Br except Lots 1, 2, 3 to Denton, and
Lots 3 ,,1.. lock 8, and Blocks 4. 5., 7, and
Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. Block 8. and Blocks 9, 12. 13, stub-
division of Lots 3 and 4. In Township 10, Range
19. 295 acres.
The said land berig assessed at the date 0
the issuance of such certificate In the name of
Burnett & Carlisle. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 3d day of Stay.
A. D. i103.
Witness my offllcial signature and seal this
the 30th day of March, A. D. 1903.
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua County. Florida.
Per S, H. Wienges. D. C.
Notice is hereby given that J. W. Car-
ter. purchaser of Tax Certitficate No. 866,
dated the 4th day of July, A. D. 1808, has filed
said certificate in my oflce, and has made ap-
Plication for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated In Alachua
county. Florida. towit:
27 acres bounded north by Thrasher, west
and south by J. W. Carter. and east by 0. W.
Merry, 27 acres.
The said land being attsessed at the date of
the Issuance of such certificate in the name of
Mrs. H. A. Case. Unless said certifi-
cate shall be redeemed according g to law.
tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23d day of
April, A. D. 1903.
Witness my offlciul signature and seal this
the 21st day of March, A. D. 1903.
Clerk Circuit Coart Alachua County. PFla.
Per S. H. Wienges, D. C.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph J. Jones,
purchaser of Tax (e 'tilluiate No. I-22, dated
the 41tn11 day of .Ju!y. A. D. 18M. has tiled
said certiltiate in my office, and has made ap-
plieution for tax deed to issue In accordance
with law. S.,ld certilieate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in Alacbhu
county. r' aIin. tLowitL;
Lot 5 of See. 2., Tp, 10, 4t2l.
The sai landul being assessed at the date of
the lssualioe of wuch certifieate in the name of
W. M. Jones. Unless said certltloate
shall be redeemed acCortaig to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 17tb day of May,
A. D. 1903.
Witness nmv official sinature and seal thia
the 14th day o( April. A.D l1, ..
fH C: iBTON,
Clerk Circuit Court. Alachua Cl Fle.
Per S. H. Wien-esnge-
U. S. Land Office at Galnesville, Fla..,
April -l91O*,
NotIee is hereby driven that the folowlwir
named settler hus tiled notice of his Intention
to make tinal ptoosf in support of his claim, and
that fltd proot will be mastle before Regliter
and Receiver at Galnesville. Fla., on May
0. 1903. t.:
SAMUI.P. NIPPBER. of Newberry. 1la.
Hd. S00, for iLot of Section 10. Tp. 10 S., R.
-He- s in tbwtrioowi-ng "witnesses to prove
hlsiin tnuoes residence upon and cultivation
of said land. vii;
SRidhard Henry. Alex Perry, Sr.. AleX. Perry.
Jr., Boston 'ratesr, all or Jones Iole. Fla
W,. oazsaeLz. aevltver.

Notice Is herebivy Oia ta sit lftis
the inst publication her -of 1,&"the admii
.tmt.r ofte.tuae or Q. p Itlqideea ed. w
a0p l to the county uife ot Alibtiomu
Ford. fo a fInal s ttie nt 4

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O ftn C rac wegt sxile of ri j i.'l vot V11 :tu i ts t e c y
et to report that ar flyiln V('l t.Iil W oltt 011 eLt oi IJ iA +, ,'tc'' :,c ':c :'tiituvctt.. ,,c .',",',.
toder the command of Colo. furnaces are reported below thli $21 are at thlu u:lveorslty to attteal tho
Swhich lft mmaladi..Aril 10 o basis for No. 2 foundry, whcbi 1 has laynm~t of the comne'stoih of the pro.-
,tw i'h l nt Walai, hAdr 1 generIlly obtained in rcccut monthli posd up.tollc ialon house.
ros attae Arill 17.d On onsecond half deliveries. P'iLtsblurg Cardinal Gibboa will blov. the
Sof April 17 Colonel Cobbe reports a sale of 10,000 tonal of les.' stone and ArchbIthop K.ane will do.
beru, 60 miles vest of Ga,ron for the scCon( half at liver thoe .ituon, Th occasion will
had decided to return to i 19.5, Valley furnace or $20.50 Pitts' be a mot.llale ono in tho history of the
'ng to the serious dtficulty burg. Iron is freely offered att $19.75 unlvbril y.
nin the rodi to Walwall and to at furnaco for this delivery. ''Thero1 is-
gI '$ ts of water. He wa (about gOod Inquiry for steel, but tollowIndg RACING 'AT NA0S4VILLE.
settrebe ,(protected camp) the PfIttsbu' rg sales of dono.tic. steel
o'Sl:.Kwas heard in the direction reported a wee1k ago, the inarhet has Cumberland Derby the Chiof Event
'W 4'^ party, under tho (ommtnd been rather quieter. Salles of 7,000 Many Horses Cardedi to Start.
'*'..,.-':, ..... I tons of B ,.sewicr billets. dellv ,rie. N hvill, 'r .>n., A prtl t--Racinll
il Olivey, which had beentNisidvilluTrvin., Ajali24'--lat
'' wlstvrly (whecthon toh re running" to September, are reported at will bei lInatgurated lt Oumlberland
S- st ily directIon toh re *30O. Youngstown. I.ndelond.ent park this a ftirnoon -and tiho Indlea-
At 9.15 In the morning
fiel Cobhe d*lspatched Colonel sheet and tin plate works hav-e been tions lpont tI, a mOat u'esshfmuli meet.
kett, with 1CO nen of the Seconld buyers of *domestic steel in .the part inlg orr nine days Theo weatheTr is
gallon, Ing's African rifl es,48 of few weeks and inquiries for for'ign d end Sikhsand two Maxim gun teel are ing erman mill quot. ton lr he -unnlng.,of tlie Cu,1mbolald
r the extrication of CMtain Oll guny, ing $21) at. eastern port for flessemeot, de ly, the chief event o' theo meet.
n teessary. As a Captain of Fact, basic. Deliveries cannot he had, how ing. Six horses r"mltred tio trtart,
iptain Olivoey had not been engaged. ever, for from three to six months.a but it is more than 1r-:',ltble that
lonel Plunket on joining the detach. he project to comblne Indpeilndent Ilardolph illl decline it, I1.suc, nl hli
eat, continued to p'ushon. At 11:. 15 'shect mills In the cerctral west Is itill owiner-s.a orman & 1lit.'i', trc viungl
liontl Oobbe hard a heavy fire I\ being worked on, options ruining to the colt a spcital pcieliparation for the
.e direction taken by Colonel Plun- September. Expected buying or bar Kentukhy derby, Fort, and A ft will
ot and at about 1 o'clock In the atf by agricultural Immpleimennt works ] ht probably go to tho le w t.(taoitt for
ncon a tow fugitives coming in re, not materialized and th I dlspoaitlon the drly, though Slitni T Slimol and
Irted that Colonel Plunklet hald been Of scnoe of thles, buyers Is to awalt ti.' 0 ari-a will have ao ;t.t'j* i ) t' ''cigtl ,. 'h'i
heated with loss. velopiments. othlr races have filled (c,-.(nt i),t1 ally,
$'The news has been fully corroborat, and the imeot!ng ,ta rt 'ff undor thf,
since and I have to report the to. NEW STOCK EXCHANGE, most aittisple.os lrcr'utiirc, -oss of Color-cl P lunk't's party, any (horstema' n and ho',tso. arrlttv:
the :r'ee-ptlon of 37 Yaos, wh< First Day's Business Shows Better ftrot Morrphih tli !a tIs ornatiig, V''lI ti l
Arrived here." State of Affairs. stalics i t the trlc',(h are tl'I',d i t thlt lr
o story of the f IiNtves Is to thc Now York, April 24.--Th first day utio.ost ,palcity.
t that Cry oft', !tirnil'o t pI 'tL'd oi o.f t u tsiness. In theo new v Stock I-'cchanfg -
r the eniiy':s fIo'-c (, to P', o".:: OPentdA with l)e'r iilcsK and nce'ral TO RECUT GnEATI SEAL OF U. 8.
entry 7 nilesB w'-twvard of (G:.imnur feeling of conlfildencep. "'lhie was n ....
where' he ww.s attac(',cl Icv ;i si-ir'c ulnusunially lcgo 1 athorlln tof i 'ti)'tri, Single Workman Will Be Watched by
of imounlit'd trioois iiand t!he Pn'. I-maly v 'eter s attending s ;a h>a' itt-.r Big Force of Inspocterc.
infantry, w ilch tlnk-ld at 1(losd of sentimt'ntt. The crowd arrived Ph'll.adell)hlt. Pa. ,A-pril I 4. -S'ekcr.t
terms. I l(,pt back tihi ncny'rn long b beforee the openin; loltur. servIeno operatives will shortly arrIlv'
he he had no more ammcunithion Promiptly at 10 o'clock ['resIdent here to shadow .Max Zeitle.r, aic et'irt
n he formcdl a s~iutare and chargedl Ke'pplar, who rtoodt with (Chairmai he:ldlic elit.rnv,-r. Not that Mr. ZNit .
bayonets in the dic(tio n of Col( Talbott in thli north ro.-strimn, lbroi lt ler has done .wro). but hoe In abolt t .
.Cobe's a searcha. He moved his gavel (down. So great was thi recut the- great s(,al of the Unlttmi
distance in tills rmnner, but a nolse, however, that the sound of their Stat4as and (the gover'mnont during thiI
t many men, includingg Colonel gavel co1l(d lt Ie hceairId 20 feet aw;.ty, process employes a greater for'eo of
ket himself, were killed or wound. E ach of the 16 trading posts hadl ti Insp1'tors to Ieopt an eye on the sin.
At last the enemy'o Infantry over, crowd of eagor, expeCtant toLo.ltor, glo worklmat than n tho construction
lmed the square and annihilnted lint the crowd congregated of a T5.,000,f)00 hattls-h1p,
all With the exception of the 31 about Post No. 5, where Misskolrl Pat Thel firm to which the contract for
ves above mentioned. The di& cfle was the feature. The arbitrage the teal has been let waf ceomipellod
closes with a list of the offl. crowd &,t the south end of the room to name the r"' irav'r when It bill for
and men missing, and no doubt was making lots of nolao but the bond the work. This exaction Is required
in action, namely Colonel A. W. brokers over at the cast wall were a so that the nore>ssary protection may
?Plunhet, Captains Johnston, Stew. quiet, orderly lot. The new rule ex- be afforded to th :0lvey, Norris and McKlnnon. andI cluding all v aitors save those boarlng pe(ted from Wvashlngton In a few dIny-
tenants Gaynor and ITell, all Tmemberdship cards aceountetd for thic for tiho guhidanco of the eng.raver. Tb I
king's African rifles: Captain VIs mall attenance n the g gallery. Juit new seal also will ) carefully guard
of the Second Sikhs, Captain Sim before the opening the floral offering ed.
the India medical staff, two white of the Consolidatodl lx.htange, a gI Thn present 'eal hax lbecernmoi smi
48 men of the Second Skh gantIe InAh of roses, was brought In worn by yrars of conrtnt ua t that
124 men of the African rifles and ppla-ed on thp rostrurn. The stock the new ,on will ceomplet(ec to r. :
Stwo Maxim un were alpo lost. market features included M5-isoirl Pa, place It as sr)4 ata tonmsibl e,
>A'other dispatch f,rnt General Man, efc. 'llon niM re, St. Paul. No .
Swho immcditely on hearing o' Islaind, Lrlo, nnsylvania and Read, NEW PHILIPPINE ISLANDS,
defeat of Colonel Plunket. started ..
rumb)rtru with 450 mn. says fur Want. to Le te or Valuable Lad DIcovrd In South.
ir Informnatlon, r'achd him fro Pitts(,ur, Apre W.-- i A. lw .'erwn Archipelago.
tAoneltC'ob w to the effct that the M sater, r Ae p ,rs ,nting a N ,i' Yor.k *ti) IVa.-h(ri.,. Atl ogl 24o -.4<)faitr.t. alrI
ter,. with 2.2 troops, was encampTing diaes tis in- Piitt urg wIth tl,;'i' ti fr'cwl. ic. '' ri. a. th)'e t e -X ",i.
'lth plenty of frod and supp;i's and to; '.md the water work- of thi' eity ,y f t ou. ',r r srdah.-bV l d
bar days' v.'at. r, 11 ha0 s about for a trm ,t 50 'years. M! r. Shoftba.-i f tc at tou; yat of thcbe t'iitil,
Oou,ant -ramn Als ant? dca,- not thInk he ie tA $2c't0.t00i) b 10ck of thet et. t 'cth u a ', nOuto, ar. h r,
mKitahn'traw roinm t n "iotb toerpri. t t: rr,,po ed to prsvlcd, go 'i r r 'tIsal: o f the i ,a6r
asiSano 1 eauoI tt oht t h1 11 1 ttl bcr; wth m' fi ter0d watv r. Iastatl S far thi own rio f h revt ~hn'-,t.i
jh the enemy's forces, who atre Li" rat. 'r an-! to ay lthoe ithy at lcat mnt a Yet ha lir!, ('e)r I) t'hl t' ,
act on the ffetrve. Genera $!'). a yoar for .eraeating lthe watt. rIo ryiet ba lt1,di. th' .r .'r, I
E ch again divc e tly ati,! e-p.' .. .. .... .. t"n < tL lich bvcrtry Mt oo
t ,Gnmb .rn t otim lrrow ; King E4dward at Naples. m "Ir.. .icy irt.ii i 1 th rof.* ,
$0 ,ak eeptvplisti the r Naples. Air t *- royal yal t- hf I aftr fltst harTh'n wttitt as mn chrI A1v",orki and Attrt. ..with KIng d vory' -f'rr ?I 4 to earn th.
ind retirnt to GabtAd i. Iard. on tIar- arirthed hrAre today antdi *;vc n."rtMl ha w round ... y

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vIEt r ;it at Now Or! rans will h b back.
ed by .uplni '' o l'try Invititdlouea whtai
th\y v'xtnd the Inuvtation.



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The beat known and most popular blood prier
and tonic on the market to-day if S. 8. S.
There is hardly a mnn, woman or child in America who
has not heard of "S. *. 8a fop i h blood," It is a standard remedy,
a specific for all blood troubles andi unequalled as a general tonic and
appetizer.S S. S. is uaranteed purely vegetable, tho herbs and roots
o0 which it.isa composed are elected for their alterative and tonic prop-
erties, making it the ideal remedy for
all blood and skin diseases, atsit not IeO X
only purifies, eutrihels antd ,ivigo- r ON.NtmSXAN LIVING' OEO
ates the bloul, but at the same tl met O( .ORGA.
tones u)p th tired nerves and given gow o 0 th4 oM.
strettgth and vigor to the entire blood roauedyo ntOh jmarkt..
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PMoriaSis, nalt IRlieutunt, better Ace evoovr uoci,
aid such other diseases as arte due to a
polluted or impoverished condition of thei blioodT, nTothlin nets so prontptly
and Iffectually as S, .. It eottthicrtt nti'l toc li annd Ipoions' clenises the 'stent of ,11 (ifltu!lthy oa(ituitthIationi attnd
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Th. Review Dlscuses Current Larke 'Atlanta Votes For Extenlton and !m.
Con, evlw Dito~uns. .. w niP h~niUI~ .prwvemet of Sower system.
w '. cort"oo.. n CATHOLIC IVINES ""0' "
A Cleveland, 0. April .-'heiron, TLIU U Ai.)hnt., Aprill 24.-.The roc,,.r Li
'Prade Revl!w dlscusinag marl-t con- _--.-- vo.s of AtlMta have auth.ori-' l t,
nt a" di i:'fpriestriSor fo: dy and arge Body' Curch Dignata- w.,I l, ,p to it ,o -ho row-
steel raklg pig plg vIa ts tire in tvidcnce, sies iat 'Ashing o' L It- tnu a Iror n te irth ut
though wiltout any conslidoeralble re. .Itttorthewatc
ED. BRAnise rs yet from byers. ,FnlshldI ARDINAL CGIBONS Pr9S:IOED. F,, 'iOt's
llnes share to a greater ext 'nt t.hano .....''-rty 1 otw more thn w
red for weeks lu the inactivity In pi Archbihop, ihops nd Cl'roy Asa- wero it favor o t
Iron, y mills i in t l'nl, axn 1"W;tA NeolTd not'. Ah .n c. CoC
and sold upY, on irpoitOit -r prodt'ctsm' to twr'a ervIleAd to Attend Ltayit of Corner .n,,-,k voro U,f, n e*o"00s
ere rant the expectation .of y m -l 'oneofa the Pposd Aoofiiic ) a. or 'or d.'. L,,, <;
changes in prices this year. LIttit i of the Catholic U :,.'.sity, ," 1 '. "i
llllngnets is shown Ly c nirS i.' < ^ '
Irlt. ot t ndry ron t to la O 'l sfor the : .n, AD ll -. '.tc .n- te" .,.t''** 0' tue ,r0 fl .,'* ;
(lay second half an ld ivl le the p0si oun ot bl'. to y 2 ". ,:'.. ;ty t' y l : :n .< ', 50 .)1@ of 1 "2-1
ali. the furnaces is that Ibutting i 8t as otn c of th If .:,. "f.t.% ,It.-. nt'i ';' f i'r,:t o the .It i
set in, c111o only al. oit t io moontLs of the C(., tLu'. ,. i w 'r, t .
ali- rem ain on pre,' s :t ( 1t, :-Fcts, there 1i bl iv,, i A ,:.r ,,-. ..-.... .. .- --l.
no a urane t'hat the t ,conm t eatS o', te 2 til : !p',,VS o NVAN.NAH V',NTS .UVNION.
h will be for a period of Iionth Tho t .' th :s t: i. i.: _' .
ota Marlak-t is In S10.h sh11po that there Is ed ,ct tcc.l ho. .. church, O lcufltlott to Nt ,t.o, r'".*ant to extend
lie( no inc'onitivo to buy for 8Ix lm ont]s c(-,i. Mc" ,. I j .'tl "1h o (L. -lvit* 'on to tha Vetf.
S L unless u n elr guaranty against d cli le, ina. ; ., he. .., p io )le (3v Oh. P .0. 11 ,., ... ) 'a
1 It is reported that i:t, quoL"ttiL )i over lIv '.ii-u l G ,'r cl w r wre i u' ,' i i ,'i. ,f th. ( ,l' re,,,
$16.50 .ilrminghanm c eastern shiP. part I'.r !, 1n I v allt .h h ps "rate V te : \V n the o \annall
. e meits of No. 2 foundry as wad. by at e -xcc ) 1,o or t'.;-co W .,',: oIdably v,'' Nto ,N '' .' s Oxt month
era, -cl ittou furnaces, ha, been .naIlb en \fl ,orm det lned. "tVc arch mopn had ,.v will 1-0t :1,1 t u ll 1mmi ltillO n o y I
tlsib contral and wo .'rn ship enti in the wid r c.v,.idte"rat4oln ',.,y iuelli0(s r I Y i l
dat. past, week by sellers not iincluid'd in affocildg tlht Catholic c-lu.rh ll A.n.t. u rl'oiti to l ,lu e thte vct rat s to
d A' 'the agreenm'-ut. :Meantime thero i la. II ar dlition to CArdllnal G tbo uI < 1e 1"p n 'ims ity n" the pipeo for
fl no cliange in th~h attitude ef tihe l'ead- and the must reveq'ind. ati. hbishops, th.e "'1 r ,t l'('n a :c: 't .
f l ng sBOuthert elle s, thoul 1, ti the vmauy orf 1ho bisho l "'gy anlld c- tervlc- s with IlomuIn v t.t t
bri VI T'ckl u tr Al s o thtwn 'lhei zlxtypp'

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8ht< .n Fft-.ilIw vs 'cr' Orb on '
Theor Qut*ca by t ElIroaI .Mt
A!Yt;t,,, ,t t:,;; :.e.,-Qulldiid;.a Tota) ,y".
i c 1c.:. by t CIO lla.t e.
(i'.h irt",o, ,.s'"-t 24.-,'ic r 'Pr4ouCC
ov e Ihimnr l'ln to th'1 i, CCt'AL i 'rly tod.y tl Ma
a,, a,, .it h uiin Se :," a' t "63, sa'5 .nti
12'1 t7 h ty-1li'th rtt,''t, which totaHt1

Mi h (orILiitd! l'ue $tile, probably tf ,
M' n. W lllh:n I Intior, )badly bUttv' t,.
1Mr 0',. (ottlrte, S 'VoiLtch, badly bLurn
ed aiut fact. e w\ohlo rsethulg child ol
M rs. 1 l1Ider.
tho tmillhtniR an.l i;:14l fntld 810ch te1tad,
way wil.-'iI ;o Il'rit'lli lit'r(iviml th0 tt
aft Ip.o'i'*mttl cull-. f.l"t -IAnue wiaW a tg614
In. MNot olf t(hi('tants woero ctuglit
while aslaeD anud buiryuly had Utne to
reseh tlho atroet In. their night cloth-
Ing, No!ghbor- tiado theUm comfort
ablt until rlWilid nd dMelativa &ri-.
ed aind took them to t.Ir' 'iotlms,. ,
The kna% on 'the bulWlinK was $25,000,.

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:Twenty' M.n, Ten Officers ;
.Hunc're;m ai.nJ Elhty Men W

an, Aahi-, ,;'?i 24,--Tbo B
er .a.ns' 'i, i; ': 1lrivOd to
Bet!, P cm. opintal of so01
Eas .t ,: ;.c coatirmed
of a l; lih ck'fcat iu Som
oicers o.r the Harditng say t
Sofficers an.d fi i.n c (cut 'of a t
'lritIsh force of 22-) men, were il
*'Weeitly In an otign;gatment with

tLo&d0n, April 24.-The war o
A ,,,reelved trtni. B: igadh r Gen
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SS. ,maliland, a dispatch
,es westward of Galadl. So
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*t ias Happened and What is Going
p H tpptln old. In Short Paragraphs
Ap TI at .He Who Runs May Read"

Sbrief visit to this city Wednes-

WT I WW Williams, the merchant of
iade, was anmoig the visitors to this
oity yesterday.
W. F. Hughey, the merchant and
botel mau of Morriston, was registered
at the Brown House Wednesday. He
iS one of the most successful mer-
'.lhants in the section in w.ich he re-
M. Entenza, the cigar manufacturer
-, oQ-Waldo, was in the city yesterday.
He was en route to High Springs. Mr.
nBitenza reports business very good at
thAi season
.. ainesville Lodge No. 41, F. and A,
h' ald an nmeetinog Wed-

I W. T ksopon of Waobarg Lake,
who owni one of the handsomest
homes in mohuoa county, was among
the visitor to this eit yesterday.
W. B. Anderson, a merchantof Wade
and Mayo, LaFayettAe county, after a
couple of days spent in this city on
business, returned tQ Wade yesterday.
Frow naturdala's Daily Sun
rs, D. Gray of Arredonro visited
her mother In this city yesterday.
A. P. Odell of Miecanopy.was among
the business visitors, to .this city yes-
Dr. Allen, the boulist and aurist of
Delarid, was at the Brown House yes.
Prof. R. H. Montgomery cf Windsor
wzs in the city yesterday. He came
for tne purpose of consulting Dr. Al-
derman regarding some dental work.
Capt'J. Maxey Dell and Perry M..
Colson have returned from Tallahas-
see, where they have been on impor-
tant business connected with the State
John Chesnut has returned from a
visit of prwvral days to Charleston. He
was the guest of his mother and sister,
Mesdames H. T. Chesnut and A. J.
Gibbs, And reports a most delightful
The Sun desires to acknowlege fa-
r....ig t.t ih e d gre r iuo kLJef ... i n i

.nd nih t wih- tedr. o -Ivors ruim nr-rvey muuoramc i
eorday nightat which the degree of a reportorial way. Considering his ex-
Fellowcraft was conferred. The meet- perience hiarvey is a most competent
I g was well attended. writer, and will make a wider mark
Dr. ., H, Hodges and R. C. ?vins some day.
.departed yesterday for Baltimore. Lillie Browne has been made
Mry. Evins expects to remain in that happy by the gift of a handsome Kings-
. city for a few weeks, but Dr. Hodges bury pitmno, which was purchased by
will return immediately, her parents Thursday from the Cable
4 M. Oellon & Co. have purchased Company. Miss Browne performs
'the iold drink and cigar business of D. nicely on the piano, and she is natural-
i Godwin, and will remove same from ly very pioud !of her new possession.
i. lddings' drug store to the Williams J. A. Dean, formerly of Otter Creek,
building, West Main street. where he was extensively engaged in
The next regular meeting of the the naval stores business, was a visitor
Medeial xamining Board of the Fifth to this city yesterday. Mr. Dean is
District of Florida will be held at y r M i
Oolia House in Ocala on May 27, 1908 now located at Limona, Hillsborough
Go. 10, WELCaI, M. D., Secretary. county, where he is conducting a naval
K. Rosborough and Robt. Nixon stores business. His friends will be
of Windsor; E. K. Andurson, D. E. glad to learn that he is prospering.
Whetstone and Dr. William Suther- Col; I. E. Webster, aftegra brief visit
: land of High Springs, and .Joseph to his family in this city, Was returned
Whistler of Island Grove were among to his duties at the mines of the Dut-
the visitors. to this city yesterday, ton Phosphate Company in the West
James A. Barber of Branford was in End. Owing to the fact that Col.
the city yesterday, having come for Webster expects to he detained at the
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ba iess iai o to tise Fra y
T i. oVl f e/,0 4l a wa.s
among the visitors to this city y1esi-.
J. W. Oraig, a(ent of the Alati,
Coast Line *t Micanopy, was a wisittor
to this city 'riday.
C. P, Better of the High Spris
Hornet was among the Visitors to the
county capital yesterday.
J. K Parrishand J. AJ. a. nd 1. C.
Strickland formed a trio of visitors so
this city from Heague yesterday.
Messrs. Holder and Furman of Fair-
banks were among those who paid the
county capital a visit yesterday. 8
E. W. Millican, the naval stores
operator of Waldo. was among the
business visitors to this city yesterday.
Chas, Reeves, one of the efficient
empldyes of the painting department
of the Atlantie Coast Line at High
Springs, was -visitor to this city yes-
William Mason of Camnville, one of
the oldest and most successful colored
farmers in the State, was in the city
yesterday ~od renewed his subserip-
tion to The 8un.
Joseph Kelley and Mt. and Mrs. Eli
Preseott of Ziph, Bradford county, are
in the city for a few days. They are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Man-
ning, North Gainesville.
Archdeacon Gray and son., John, re-
turned yesterday from a brief trip to
Orlando, where the former went on
business connected with the building
of a new Episcopal church in this city.
George R. Pickett of Newberry,
junior member of the firm of T. R.
Pickett & Son, extensivO lumber
manufacturers, was in the city yester-
day and made The Sun an agreeable
I. 9. Levy has returned from Au-
gusta, where he has been visiting rel-
atives, He was accompanied on his
return by his mother, Mrs. J. Levy,
who will remain here for several
Mrs. F, M. Cellon and son Marion
and Mrs. Viola Harris departed yes-
terday for Albany, Ga., where they
will attend the festivities of the South
Georgia Chautauqua. They expect to
be absent several days.
A happy marriage was solemnized at
LaCrosse Thursday evening, the con-

the purpose of entering a homestead mwins ors sveratw s, ne WI ltovl traotlig parts oeing waiter iRy-
on the Suwannee river, in LraFayette his family there temporarily. born and Miss Lena Malphurs, charm-
&? of the most fertile in that section. schlol building, recently purchased by ceremony was performed by Rev. R.
Mrs. W. M. Jlitch of TLUCrosse Jerry iunkle, began yesterday under W. Jones of tho Baptist church. To
ofter a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. M. direction or Contitraetor (haiskins Th l ivers in this city, has returned to her building will b thorough ly repaired other friends, extendscongratulations.
home. She canmei also for tho( purpose and it altered s< s to bt- appropriate for We acknowledge an agreeable call
of consulting Dr A ldermnan, who has 1te laundry btisihnmss down stairs. Mr. yesterday from A. H. Langworthy of
been performing sgom- dental work for Rutmnklo aund his family will occupy thle Orranido, who is in the city, in the in-
the lady. secolud story, tcrestsof A. B. Kiihlman & Co. of
J. F. Whlotftone, imaniagr of the 'TlIe caus of ishatn Walker of Bell vs. Cinicago, who are among the largest
S Buoess leeo (ompiany, removed his the Seaboard Air Line, damage for publishers in the United States. Mr.
i family to this city from llighlh SpringsI personal injury in thimt sum of $1,8(),. Langworthy is a traveling agent, and
yesterday, They will be gladly wel- was filt-d in the otlicti of ClI'rk Denton is employed in establishing agencies
.omved as rehldents of (ainesvillo, and yesterday by Judge J. A. Carlisle, at- throughout the country. He is regis-
i its to be hoped they will be well torney for the plaintiff. Tihe specilt- tered at the Magnolia.
pleased with their neo w hom. cations in the case are to the effect M. J. Main and Crown of ocky
| J 0Newberry of High Springs was that the plaintiff. Isham Walker, while Poit, G. Taylor and Er Wiggles-
Si n the city yesterday. Mr. Newberry engaged as a section hand on the road- worth of Palmer, Frank and F. 8. Curled
to a successful contractor of that place, bed of the defendant. stained inju- of Archer were among the visitors to
II.nd reports time town on a building rios in handling iroi which have in- o c yerday. Mr. Taylors th
~o Om. Among othe- contracts he is capaitted him to an extent for la- this perintendent of 'the inerday. Mrville
aiia0tlting a ntent 7-room cottage for l. bor. l.ach Orchard Company's immense
Bush, which will soon be coinmpltted, lhonm W. Colson arnd son, Carl. *of tractstates that tho trees are growing
Miss llizanboth Barr, fortiorly of J'iminigs Like were nummg the visitors vigorously and that the prospects are
ibroadnx, Mich., but now a residt'mnt of to this city yesterday. Mr. eolson iN good for ore of the finest orchards in
'!loral H lme, Pimntni oonlty, is n thi supervisor of Jemii~gs lakeoeho,,ol th Soutl
i he city. She m is ai treat tiinp, ranttco a it caeit too tonistit with Sutip rinttenl- W ( Foster, who resides albout i tivit
worker, and is hero inl thi interests of ci' llolkowiy in r.rgar to thi t nilts to the west of (tinesville, in th
ii Netw Voit-,i at titempllerni.e ptinblic p l s nm r ttru i t th1 I t g, ha b i a vi m of
Ot) of ('Chicnig HSl ois at glimst of M1r. MLr liltow -y stitt's th1it tilt toil {|,, 1 Iik ii |mri h p st r'w tl' IyH,
Y Tlhowlos,. vil n lptil on the tirt'ot Mnoedy m |oits ., i d
l NVW IP. Snith, t. lit naval stores opcr. m nil that the pros pl 'ts tr a hiae.t- ful fremin tlrikanug poisoned iwnxt r..
i-' .tOuof Leihnotli, \who isiid tt i onle of termn. \Wervt niv t, bli,,t, )i tr mtmi, i iiT.rough sm..t plait whieh thrive .-s iii
t re gret, b ls,,ball >thl sisiists in or h1ts ot, yet hbetl assi ,ued to I ths s at I s tl, waltesr lu.otnrs
t, L'.OLey (uciity, W s li t th i 1tB wt Illotuit, school. id it u ii th o 1
:, ed td. y li wts i st oiig sup- Th e 11ermean Qiuart.etto, one of tI .i o t ek it qtuel 1 ttb hir thir t rh
porrte r ,m the O(ak i tli. histBt StaSon, best moilo vocal aggregatin s iV th- a friends of thi Ils ai nn sympthiz'
ntd will not be found wanting the Sti't Itit. decided to vist Aliuna on with Im i the ls.
rest yyar. bills advrtisitmg the, aitra ,tion have E. i. Turmier of North -(hiiesvil.h,
Father Lynch hts returmted from t e issued. n uirtet tis u- bus tenii mssing a nttiber of hi
Pleasant vacastion'in iiNow rYork, Biostomn
lan vaeriOcat.on in Ntew York. isto ptosd of stich local celebrities as (pt. chtlloicf rowls rutc.ntly. and arri ved ait
nidotier points. l( r-,ports a de- heelr, tenor; Samuel D. Shellild t e t contilusiotn that thw chike'
SlightftIl tme, but says h is glad to get h basso; Hi y h'. ulm thieves hot ain m eti. l',r u ri msaleI
v beea very dwsagrtr the North pas baritone ; and -"Ragtine" (corg! against the poultry ownrt of that w -
feTn very digrebloyner, who is regarded its the best tios Ilh was attrated o t he hi,,vry
w week Father L.ych' friends comedian and tnegro intiterstonitor ever Thurday eight, and vhen he qt1 i
are lad of seen n a local tag There is a big approached tlh door, feeliing sur, thit
Sheriff L. W. Ftiell ret.irnid yes- trt in t r for the .aehuafolks, i would catch th' butrglar, im ,,m
Iterday fro T ''ampa, where he t has hloare awaiting the euing of the his surprise when he wais cofro ,t
bep tn Ou official business. Thte sheriff tt with a great dal of interest by a master skik. ie wTas i
wlnt for thie purpose of arrestitg 0 ,tC. t poiby "Soon Whereli h.oldnotailyr-
.id possibly a ttw egks, goixl liAaturud-
$1. Taft who left tis ity suaidel iritiarkhishanof ths woys several bills, and it is clail ed -he held in his hanld as a sa aivot, ti
i ntd several cheeks whon lie had no You Know What YoutAre Taking soon dispatehled the"intrud r 1 is
suount in bank to his credit. He ar- when yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill told by Mr. Turner's friesids, htowevr,
i.2ved too tate, howovor, as the sheriff Tonio, because the formula is plainly that his clothes are on the line m, aIn
lia itfortned that Taft had left the printed ot0 every bottle showing that it. isolated sMotion of te yard, but he .x.
l a d and his whereabolte were uth- is simple Iron and Quinine in a taste- pots to taketheIA ab-out thie sid-
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taliitot to this ity yesterday. I/ON AMA i

Mr. A. 8.- .Mc.Lendn of H igh. .
iprIgO was shopping in the cily yQC iO.Sville Wil l anch the

F., and P. G. Ramsey of nca- Natio _i__ _on That "
ored ts eity with visit AN EXCURSION A PROBALITY
t rs F. B. Hester and daughter,-
rso Linnie, Bwere in the city frot" The Eleve Association and Commence-.
thbir brhne at Evinston yesterday. ment Exercises Will be on at That
3. A. Means of North Gainesille has T me. and Committee is Working for
,accepteda positicif as delivery clerk a Great Big Time.
of the Southern Express Compa The baseball season for the co iing
\V Tillman of Rev ,yie of the summer will be opened on M a? 27th.
most: illuential planters of that se.- .At this time the city will be in
tion, was a visitor to this city yester- gaiety, the occasion being the cornm-
day. mencement exercise of East Florida
W. Ellis, the fish man of Cedar Seminary and the Eleve Association of
Key, was n the city yesterday. the Seminarys, di. a committee of in-
reports the high winds prevailing on dustrious citizens are now at work in
theGulfcoastas having abated,and the the matter of securing an excursion
fishing industry has assumed its no,- from all points to Gainesville at a rate
mal proportions., which will induce hundreds of visitors,
Mr. Goolsby of Hague was trading In speaking of the matter yesterday,
in the city yesterday. It will be re- a member of the committee stated that
membered that Mr. Goolsby was re- the chances were very favorable for a
c.-mtly injured by a runaway. His low rate, and in that event there, will
friends will be glad at the information be no trouble to attract a large crowd,
that he is rapidly recovering, especially as it will be in the early part
Capt. J. W. Shettleworth of Evin- of the season. He. stated that, should
ston was -among the visitors to this the rate be secured, the merchants
city yesteaday. The Captain is one and citizens should unite in entertain-
of the boss melon growers of the State, ing the visitors in the morning,, when
and says that the prospects at present all who desired could attend the base,
are that he will have one of the finest ball contest. A game will be arranged
crops of choice dielons it has ever with the best team available at that
been his good fortune to raise. His time.
products always bring the best prices. In the matter of baseball, Manager
The Jacksonville Times-Union of the MeArthur stated yesterday that our
25th inst. bears the intfo6 ation that ,,. eed entertain no fear that

"Roaring Bill" Kennedy, who last
year held a position on the Oak Hall
baseball team of this city, has accept-
ed the assignment as manager and
captain of the Jacksonville team for
the coming season. The Times-Union
pays a high tribute to Mr. Kennedy's
Anna Milliner, the chocolate-colored
lump of corruption wh whowa recently
fined $25 in the mayor's court for as-
saulting a young white girl, created
quite a ripple of excitement at the
picnic at Burnett's lake Friday by rip-
ping Chas. Parrish up the back with a
razor, inflicting painful wounds. No
complaint has yet been made against
the woman, but it is the duty of any
person who was a witness to the trans-
action to report the samo to the au-

Gainesville and the Oak Halls would
be ready to meet anything in the State
in the national game. When Manager
McArthur makes that statement it
means something, for he is a very care-
ful and conservative talker. The man-
agement and organization of the team
is deposed upon him, and there will
be no doubt but that Gainesville will
hold that excellent reputation she has
had for years.

Suggests Some Ideas in Legislation
Which Will Benefit Common People.
Editor Sun: Please allow me space
in your valuable columns to mention a
few things that we. the common peo-
ple, would like to have our legislators

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thorities. act upon while in session.
J. B. Cutler, erstwhile trainmaster We don't care anything about the
of the Atlantic Coast Line, but now a Governor's mansion, or the changing
prominent ice manufacturer and pub- of the name of the Agricultural -Col-
lie benefactor, was in tho city Friday, lege. \What we want is an orphans'
departing on the noon train for 1I' home with enough appropriated out of
nellon. Mr. Cutler has ice plant t'he funds in the treasury to sustain it.
Dude City and Lakeland, thecomin .Ve also vanti a ct: aliaig made in the
output of which is twenty tons pi r law as to the sending of young crimi-
day. He has now in course of con- nals to the reform school. As the law
struction at D[)untnellon a plant of a now stands a comity judge or justice
ten-ton capacity, ..which he expects to of the peace is not allowed to send a
havt in operation about the lit. prox. young offender of the law to the re-
This plant will be modern in every re- fonrmatory, and they are sent to the
spot, and from the three factories Mr. county convict camps.
Cutler expects to realize a good thing, I don't, know of but one offender of
financially. the law who was ever sent from this
A CARD OF THANKS. county to the reform school, and that
...S.... was a negro about 20 years of age,
Chief McArthur Says Sheriff Fennell sent there for the murder of a Mr,
Shows Right Spirit of Appreciation. Itawls. The other offenders have been
In behalf of the Gainesvillo Fire Do- sent to the county gang, and some of
partmnt t I wish to acknowledge the them are very yomig ones.
receipt of, and also to thank Sheriff Thero is one more law we want a
Fennell for his cheek for ten dollars, chlanlie made in, and that is the law
sent as it present to tho department in regular ing the manner in which jurors
appreciation of the work done Friday and witnesses are paid in co aunty
at hi lp' e.iti j icmgse's aimd jintice of t.lw priace courts.
Wa arta-inly itpprecia te te gna er- As the law imow is, it farm-iir can be
tols gift of thte Shi-rilTl, -not so n imith ftor sfitil ttl'o le! twe'llty iniJ]-s away from
its onuemliey valtleti, ailtlhiK ghi w- id ml(ithat his ftrnl tou ut4 rve as it a jimror ili nomt m ity
mdl Vniimugh. liut fr l hor c tcoitratge- j ,tg''s ior justice of thif e I i.tpent court,
in 't it t gives i to hlv iv otir w ork ,) mant' i r hi ii r,.j,,ctad )y either
we'll m1 i irei'l.tvi Thie h, ,y1 wllo lie- silte ii mtu s it h' tilrnws uno p y, ttumd
btlig lt o .hi,0 d.,-4 te.iltl t do aw nut(t J114t,',' u:; daay'' work
work Hitt mid'ta ui, m ,i h ri' k at s im do the W iwiv that j jurors. t4 t witnim sses
b o't pail tlir ,'n i n imn ,any ci;y, aill it is at shol'"l 1 pt- i 'on dollar pr duty aind
grm,\ 'i.lont ,.ii n it io hatnivc' i'i lk., (eOt 1 ,''in's pr .il;ll~ ont' way. for nttlnd-
Sh'rifT l".mnielll slh w that m ing oitl y j'm lge'a nand jilatieo of the
1t1 .V ilili i V\., i(t atmin to pe:t'' Coirts. We ar also in favor of
lbaitlk ilt- Shi.'rn 1 ,tt > ila iirt hilm t alitrt paying the grand aind petit Jurors more
,tho,,, ,iw v r need per day for their serve lea, and trust
alt ohio i w c' Iv i o9 ". a'1 w.i ll v i. mar nied thimt.tinr h,'gislatttrs will w-ork '1, ac-
tour s-r '. -.'e gi ni. if I hi duos, he h mi. I lpli l 1i s 4esst it, tiisw and oth 'r
btll t till mlatl haI- will get the best wo changes so mtuich desired by thme coni-.
lIIv.- I nton people. T- i B. lRt ve.
T' amao,.y w 1 he d for fur- Newberry, April 25.
ni-nin, m ur re u(liaig rtoain in our new TENDERED A RECEPTIOM.

.\..1. -Ain: atm I, Successful Team and Friends Enjoy
(!;i, f (i ., .,. ,,prc nt. Hospitality of Major and Mrs. Floyd.
'I ft a ol dIir .. The stucess ful team of yloutng ladies itn
ure a tile' ohdi in One Day the I"dian club swinging eom4est
A .. a '' 1rnm0 the Iau 'at Et Forida "eintinars" rec entl, to--
-!n 5.tT mIme tiu-i..Hwy fvith their friends and oppo-
>- ,. ta,,, I" uo"~,,"vs signature nests, enjoyed a delightful eveningg as
i reward fto their efldciency.
Notice to the Public. The evening wkas delightfully passed
T, AI Wh: I y C((vicern-: in mutsie and various games in ent
\'y t,-r-, i f,.umd tre sassing on the ally delicius refreshment being
a 1 a A Icker in North 'aine refrehmet being
; ill b|o lr~ ecuatd to Ith ultot served. It'o i. clever host arid hostess
iI alu r '. law I .A.. BacIaa. the Kuests desire to expre L ter,.t,.- '.
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