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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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TU 1SDAY, jur..Y2 1,1903


COFFIN FAU O


AT'GAINESVILLE

:The ainesvile Plaining and Coffin
SCompany Now a Certainty.


WORt WILIL BEGIM AT ONCE.


JThe Large Plant to be Located
Near the Seaboard Air
Line Depot.
STAR readers will reamembher that we
Recently mentioned tle fact that a move-
ni ment was on foot to establish a plant for
i thee inaniufacture of coffins in aiin:sville.
Since that time arrangements necessary
Sto insure the imhlediate coming of the
enterprise has been perfected, and we are
now authorized to say that work will be
Begun in a few days on a two-story build-
.' ing 6o x 80 feet and in this building,
which will be located near the Seaboard
.Air Line depot,. the manuufactory of
coffins will be begun, as soon as it can be
completed.
T he style of the concerli will be the
Gainesville Plaininlg and Coffin Company,
and Mr. I. M. Riles, for three years con-
nected with the Tyler Lumber Conipany,
at Montbrook, will be the manager. We
are not yet authorized to say who besides
Mr. Riles will be interested, in the enter-
prise, but it is known that the undertak-
ing is backed by both capital and ex-
rience.
Manager Riles was in the city Friday
d Saturday, looking.to the perfection
of arrangements, and Friday afternoon
Ibe met, with the city council-in special
.session -put his plans before that body,
and asked if the city would offer any iln-
aucemients to secure the location of such
a plant here.
.After some little discussion of thie nlat-
ter Aldermian Lynch offered the follow
Ing resolution, which was carrie l with-
out opposition:
Whereas the Gainesville Plainingi antl
Comll Company desires to locate a plant
within the city limits, therefore be it re.
solved, that the said Gainesville Plaining
and Coffin Company's assessment for ta'-
-tion" be fixed at $500 for a period of five
years.
To a STAR reporter Manager Riles said:
We will begin the erection of buildings at
once. We expect to work about twenty'
five men at first, but hope to increase tLiit
number soon. I think this will
'be a good location for-our bIusiness, :t
there is nothing like it south of Atlantat
And then he said, as he smiled, we will
not cater to the local trade, i. e, we
don't wish to have to furnish coffins for
any of you Gainesville people right away,
but whei sdchl things must be had w,-
will be prepared to furnish them cheaper
than they call be secured front out of the
State.
SMr. Riles is a very pleasant gentleman,
and THb STAR, on behalf of the people
f our city, welcome him and his associ-
tes to.Gainesville.
Advertised Letters.
l-ist of advertised letters remaining in
he Gainesville, Fla., postoffice July I9,'
903. Persons calling for same should
y advertised, and give date. One cent
due on each letter advertised.
"L' ADIIES.
Miss Gertrude Butler, Miss Martha
aine Danzie, Mrs. Maggie Davise, Miss.
llie Willie Dasy, Miss Stella, Garth,
Isa Giusie Gold-wire, Mrs. EImma Jaick.
on, Mrs. Georgan Mosly, Miss Ella
tewart, Mrs. I, C. Sloane, Mrs. Gable
alker, Mrs. Rosa Watson.
GENTrLEMaEN.
V. Abbott, Richard Benjamin, Peter
uchannan care Henry DeBose, Arther,
aula, J. D, Christie Esq., Mr. L E.
)ansly, Nat Darley, Rev. Harvey Drake,
B. Foleson, Jimmie Greet, W. M.
ider, T. C. Jeter, Timothy 'Jones, Rev.
Lewis,.J. L. Madison, S. J. Neal, J. C.
ertennrman, IS. C. Shorpp, James Wash-
gton, A. C. Williams, Isnor Wood.
G. J. ARNQW, P. M.
PIcnic at Pairfield.
: Tit STAR has been requested to an-
ounce that there will be an annual
ket picnic given at -Fairfield on Fri-
ay, July 24, inst. .
Theae picnics are of annual occuitrence


d are always enjoyable, and those who
ae the matter in hand this year are de-
iced to make the occasion a more
easing success this year than it has
nat any previous time.
I erybody is invited to.go and carry
Swell filled basket of those things which
eake glad the inner man. Remember
e place and date-Fairfield, July 24th.

LFontlsee Gaeis CUae.
' J. O, LaFontisee, city editor of the
iqes-Union, was in the city yesterday,
Scane to press a suit against the Hill
t i Company for about $18.oo,
tleh he claims the company was due
for editorial work. The Hill Com-
Sthinks the amount was paid, but
i lya it.was not. The case was tried
S.udg .Mason, and the decision
Iaf tvor of the platitiff. AtLorney
t hedigne rMetmuewnted t&e. defendant
iap.i y 1.B. I. mwrIs the pglastiff.


rh!,'-i..1'V.ip youtr~ l '19^1 D A ,rn UlIa I rflf 'rtsh meatst alwavs.on hmansd at P. Y. aTU M t M I .. .
S. Il lll W li l l irket"Phoeo. 36-t. i u
VoI( Can'.- Do* It if tYou .Patroniiz HlitlnR 1U W ELL U i v> i l M A. n.. 'h No .i ^.n .W V..
ln .i ers I u --* lris. E WaiVnwrighlt sid daughter, t a a e
n isiria '..ger.. ....
T uher re geri .I 'IfIIIIt niifr"ui, of' iiietavlle-, visited 't r. and, :U E lA
There are ..i:ny t I citizens ,who,' |I MMITS X lGMrs tW. t,. H,.di, in town Wednesdeday.- -
.lrink liquor, ani I since the closing of hie Ili /I I. I.ake 'uItler Star, July 17 i .........
.saloons by li ., cin this tet 1 S .. ..M ke (Copyright, 1KI, by 1 n. Warner.)
saloon by la r ill this. county ille 1 o i W. 11. fr cotncerh t of tti have ord .ire Young an Iied by H is Owii citio s and blsiless ttel, was ilt tie city had wnlle workrn at (rov Valey a
fiton4 concerh s -out of tile coutity, aIll ly01Work *t i UiW I ; at ... .. "' 'g (
with ',. ait....."to'sell, aid .." omme ihtiy ie( L week aidfa ivored thie 5i'ARi teixtiltate athdtptllrtner t-nuteid., John
wit legl athoriy to sell, ati se' HadsSunday Mornint. i. ,lI a l, r %ti ai agreeable visit, Orlggs. IIe was mll hotlst; lttellgent
others putt him a s* ps ly hei'ore-the salwo-is ..' 1sr"
Swere closal-when they saw the hand-i Rev. N. B1. hllllaerl of Authony, pals. ltan, and outr frln.dshlp was a strong
wriin n -.-ll.no; H -tr ed itr-h the Ciy yetriay en rough tie City ytertroute Ot. One Junle Ilday (r'gs wi\t. killed
writing ciltie wall-ilnd these drinkers
i STAR i o word of c e fors HIS MIND WAS UNBALANCED. hltine irot, Li'. rose, where le fillc.l his by a prenllturo blast, lie wts dead
but there is another class who drink regular appointment Sunday. before nny one ronched hltm, but we
itor and tire des evig o the seve rest If it is job prhitinig you want jist s CUend olMn wIt how hi death hntd been
tr Itn irs tht laof the tsvere oft Had Made an Attempt on nit- your order to the .tar. It will have brongh't about.
ceul-pre. It is that class coniposed of protmipt attention, and work and prices Flour weqks after tihe ticclent ald
men who are not above snealking in I Life Once Before--A will suit yon. tf funeral the nn nho w'tle workitig a
th.ou h c o an ,. .d '. "iiu;er al ril n O 'I
through back doors aud buying whiskey i Sad Occurance. Joht Roux has returned from a week'd claim at the edger of the hill oni wlhchl
aul beer fro the saloon man who are visit anmotg relatives and friend.. at % il- Grlgga' grayt id been dug clcden-
violating the law by selling liquor since The people of Gainesvilie were shocketl .tol, n ll tat section, t reports tally exploded the saloons were closed, The saloon when they heard that Riclard Wallace avig ha a real enjoyable ti, er. No ote w as hurtut a polon
", ". ., i iT, t avilllg hlad a real enjoyable tilne, der. No one wa's hulnt, l ut aI pol'tlon of
mlan who sells liquor in Alachua county had taken Inis own life by hangiunihn- a, t h w a
today is a crtiinal, and the men who ell.- ell'.. Ctht. Wielidam u A. C. I. stock tho hill wis torl away-and hIo c
courage them by their patronage are no The unfortunate young .man was chim agent, who has been located in this uneartheld and shltteret. When we
better. yone of them dress flue, shave twenty odd years of age lie was a son city for quite a while will today remove gatheredd around It, we found It elity,
two or three times a week, smoke costly of the late Dr. W. C. Wallace of .this his headquarters to St. l'etersbimrg.It was, I ibelet the 8tth of .tine
cigars, carry a fine cane, wear diainond city, and besides his grief stricken Gidtlings' lHair Grower does the work, that we br, tl 1 s l,: 1i 1 ilt niWht
set rings, and, when seen at church, with mother he leaves to Umourn his unlnattural l'or Sae by Dr. s. ddirgs, anines of July lo n ailnil I sud-
.ville, and the Postohhce )trug More, -ight denly itwok their families or on the streets, they look taking away a younger brother, I:lrniey Springsa, Pl. Hi was c denilon m tle t it, i ultl is II q it nn
like gentlenteli, but they are not; no kid Wallace, aind sister, Miss Elle \Wallace. Rev. A. Clonts, associate editor of wartn n'ght the' ly lt li' dti tr wsH
gloved sporter of diamonds who call enter' Deceased's mlind had become i nbal the Southerli Balptist, spent a few days of tied bloik. Titl pt'rltted the lull
a blind tiger joint and feel at home with anced and he thad made an effort to kill tlast wel t i e in o his oont to light lu, til- Int.erlor as bright
the criminal he finds there is any more a himself before ands failed, tbutt Suitinay lstweekilI town in the interest of hisas dliy I lity oi, mIty shli fi.ni out,.
gentletman than is the crininiql with morning, it is thought about 2 o'clock, paIfper.-Bartow Courier-Itformant. and tho lfrst obt)ct my eyo, estedt ilp-
whom lie deals, he left his root and did not return. His W. A. 1)unogai anld his little son on was the tr~nillar foirm of ,Jolhnl
Their. are not many of this class in mother becanie alaruted and instituted a O'car, of Hlgh Springsa were in the city O'lrg. oi, at t. a box redi nll oor
Alachua county, but there are a few. and search for him, and about two hours later, 'Friday andl lad Tl W STAR. office a. o his bool. ad tt a Ilimiltt I rot '
ph lasant call, Mr ,,Duniiaan is one of got that lie was dond-iald Im li'hd. !li.
some who have good Wives and interest- at 4:30 a. nt., she found htii lhautgingl i least call. Mr. DunagKa is one of a Idressedtn s l workintgcluithis,.
ing children in their homes. God pity the loft of the wood hotie in tie y'ard. Ii STAt's valued"High Sp. riig Sub on trle day he lit ws klld, and Ute ha, d
them all. If drink you must, fellow citi- She gave the talaru aund Mr. W. J. I en- i'"rs. which held the book mlil d ouli tinglerl
zeilt, don't be aseaks; be gentlemen; get by, who resides near the -'allace hiorle STARK readers will please overlook what wrapped tip hIna i 'rtg, Just as1 I mll
yodr liquor frolin men who are authorized was soon oil the sceie ant took the lhody ever of ahort comings may be noticeable wrapped It three day's btforei his death
by law to sell it, and thus avoid being down, but life was extinct, in the paper loday, We have a sick m;inL to heal a cut' a tempted to perjure yourselves when you A song and prayer service wvas -coi- on the force and tihe editor has been on r. Iren t fm ttl s l a tfull illiti t bt -
are sunnmmonsed before the grandjury-as ducted over tle reanititis. : 3 p. t,., by extra duty. was.a dead mtan,. Eild thn I 'ttteorud
sotei of youth will be.. Be men; rememn. Revs. J. B. Hlollay and T., l Hay, after Furintaln T'. Williams,. Alachua's lead- yell which a!rontised htl tilhte 'alnyp 1ind
her your wives and children and the duty which the interment ill Evergreen cente- ing merchant, was in ite city Friday rolled off niy I)nn i and rtulicd out
you owe to the community in which you tery The pall bearers were, Will Mc- and contributed some lucre to the large doors. In three or ftiur minutes I ha
live. It is certainly no creditto any man Kinstry, Bell Miller, Ilarry Tenich, B. M. (?) amlounlt of that already possessed l)y thirty Imen arounlld lme nitli.iKg lnquirloRl,
to be on familiar and business terms with Tench, D M. TM pkies 1 o. To iesSTAR but I" wtv so upset that I could olnly
the proprietor of a blind tiger. win. Mr. R. t.e ustii point to thi tet ntet l whlwisper l' i ( t'it
S Mr. G.. R. Ellis, the hiuHtling represcn- nannit. Tilr! cr'towdl irue\iNel ol'.w.l.-r i I.a1.,
The bereaved mother, Hister aul broth- rativeof te Vlord itertilizer Compunyi nate h'l tuln iw Itil t1 l l
For Selling Whkey. er, have the sincere sytmpathy of the .;Ginesville, was in town this week when appeared, and was itll ntt',llI'llhvKgmlyed
Sheriff Fennell brought in Will Harris people of Gainesville in their sad herieve. hie made J a pleasant call -.Leesburg for having a all ttack orf ltghtikint.
yesterday for selling whiskey in Thonmas' ment. Coniniercial, July 17. A rmlonth later, as soon ia I rlti(ldl dio
saloon at High Springs. Harris is the' -- so without exciting ridlcilti 1 LIl'L t th
negro who was caught it the act of sel- Harrison-Williamnon. Miss Niua Maddox, a ch!arnmng yotungt g w ggitngut ad weit to itali d ,,gle Gutileh,
ling whiskey to another negro at the AMrIr. J. A, IHurison and Miss Mamie tidy of Gainesville, 'l'a who is spend fifty nlle away. 'tThero t wee about
rear of Tlhoumas saloon a week or ten Willautson will. be united in marriage at t g tihe sunumtor with her sister, Mrs, J. seventy menm on the ground., aind 1 was
days ago. the home of Mr .1. A. Dawson, in Northi B. aleKeithen,.at Otahite, has been the a stranger to all. I staked out a iulahm,
Ie was catiit by Maishal Harwell of Gainesville, this morning at eleven test of friends here this week.-Milli- pittup ny telit and wats oon t a real
Iligh Springs, and tried before Ma or o'clock. Rev. W, J. Carpenter will per- g lehr. t i dut od tle gofl S ltmer havinght gbo
Clark, who p itmlposed a fine of $500, or i:n- form the ceremony In the presence of a Giddeus' tiparalleleld Iair Growr to bed earlier thanPi ill on te haviont of
piisonnment for' sixty days. He was few friends of the contracting parties. tlatdrufaf stops fallim-ie anai td produces not feeling well, I was aroutfed nlt ox-
tafterwards bouud over to await the action' I'nt STAR offers congratulations tnd ntew hair. It is an excellenthair dresser. actly balf anl hour l'ter inlitlghlt lby
of thie grantA jury, anti failing to give best wishes in advance. For sale at S. I. Gddling's Drug Store, somrt one lpeakll g in y nauiie. I slay
Ibout in the sunm of $0oo he was landed Ms -W---( <;aincsville, andt the Ipostqoce Drug Store that I heard a voice call to by namo,
nin the county fil by Sheriff Fennell Mrs. V. l'. M'osley Ihas returiled froul Hligh Springs. but I can'to0fer youti ay proof. '1'he
i the county jail b Sheriff ennel a visit to her old home in Kentucky. R. T. Schafer and quite a party of Instant I opened nly eyes I U. aw Johnl
yesterday'. r Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Davis of Rocky other members of Mt. Vernon Lodge No Gra I w hi Just t plaly a .I
--- .rteever saw a living Illllilnm Ism lte'gBu, lt
Pope Leo Dead. Point were shoppiugin Gainesville Sattir- 20, K. of 1'. visited the lIIgh Spriogs only for a few s( on)ims. Their tue faded
Ior weeks the entire civilized world day Lodge Monday night and helped to mnake away and was gote, arin, thomlghl terrl.
has expected to hear at any moment that Have your clothing cleaned at OweLmn o"'ne mlew members. They report having bly rattled, I had not 'crled l out.
Leo XIII., the head of the Catholic Ioy('s Dye Works. July 14, tf had a file time. After a few inrlinutc, wlhi-h I got
church of the world, and a very remnark- II. J. Welborn of Rocky Point was J. A. Manning and Arthur Williams some of m 'y nerve t I Iros and
able nan, had passed away, The end transacting business in Gainesville Satur. iave bought out Chesser & Carter's cold drecshd atn walked outl 'tlhero was a
able immaim, lmad Isassed away, The end llght In tho tenft next to lnlmiif o tme
came shortly after noon yesterday. and day drink and confectionary business next right, but all the others wm dreark. I
thle Catholic world, as well as millions of Ladies umbrellas, large assortment, door to Tt i STA t office and will con- walked down to thu creek, thirty rodsa
Protestant Christians, feel that a remark- come and see thiou L, C. Snuith, tiutie business at the same old stand, away; and had just reuhchdtl it when
able and good man has passed to the Attorney C. C. Thomal;s transacted Success to then. there came a stiddeln fluh mand a ter-
great beyond. legal business iii High Springs a few days Last Sunday night's union service was rifle report, and I thoighlt tlos whole
agoo held at tile I'resbyteriun church, and Ilglngm had been blown sikywartd it
HAIR OROWER. .., was t powder exploslon Int the tont
-- .20 Centsi a day saved will grow to Pasor Itolley, BIaptist, preached. Next xt to ane. tents r ,wept
This is Very Wonderful if True-Try $640 i 80 uO pIOutlh. ee Moyersa Stuillnay night the service will be at the away by that terrfle blasl, ult nd four
a Bottle and be Cosvinced. W. D. Blitch and- Charley Anderson Baptist church, and Pastor Hay, P'resby men licre killed and slx olleruas more
Brooklyn N. Y, April .t, 99 .wre in the city yesterday 'fr ,m' Hligh terian, will preach. or less Injur.ed. Of t th two tenr In the (
Dr. S. B. Giddlngs, Springs. Wednesday Mi ses Laura and.t Rachel tht witb tie powder we fouilnd only
Dear Sir. Mrs. W. P. Coffee has returned from Mixson and Mr. and Mrs. JAwrilsoln, f t belief that Joln Grigga
Will you kindly inforan me by return St. Petersburg, where she spent a while Jacksonville, atrended the marriage, in appeared that night to woru in eof the
mail if you can send your fifty cent bot- very pleasantly. Gainesville, Fla. of Walterk Bryant danger which! menaced. You will smle
tle ofl Hair Grower the Unparalleed W. B. Sadler, after a few days spent and Miss Iola E.- Jackson..-Jacksonville' in. pity aUd contempt evetn though t at
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send you with relatives and friends in this city, has Metropolis, July -17. midnight tonight the mmytst lrolas tapi i
a postal note for the same. Please in- returned to Albion Mrs Get. Glass, whom we reported ping of 'i"death tlict'"ln the Wmlumcot-
form ne the amount of postage if it can" Old newspapers, suitable for wrappitig dangeronsly Illlast week, is said to be o wll. l hk-t nerve had gIve
be mailed. purposes, 15 ets. a hundred or 25 for 5 tinlch better up to going to press this You rememaberthbei awful-rallrotid di.
When it Plorida the winter of 1897. cte., at TIli STAR oamcer. evenJing. The Hornet hopes the lady aster at Ashtabula, 0.7 .1 should hnave
and 98 I used five bottles of the twenty- w. T. McLendou, Alactliua's boss will continue to improve to the gratifi- been a piasseutngsr on that train but for
five cent size add produced a nice growth watermelon .grower; was in tainesville cation of her nulierous friends.--ligh a. slngulrir oitcunretcu. sat! In the I
of hair where it had been entirely bald on business Saturday,. Springs Hornet, July 17. depot ouly a few miles from Aslhtabu-
for fifteen years, and now I would like to -Did you ever consider wht a lot of Prof. Tom F McBeati is now at Webl h', amy tl(ltk chet&ld mlad tlckelt
ry it once ore f I cn get it. time Water s Ideal mountain Pei ster, N. C., to which place he was called lboughtl. Tl'e w oreetht or toi ofi usm
S J. W. HYou y, 59 ickSt. uld ave you I. Smith; Jweler. by wire or account of the serious illness la the waiting rou. )Oppostre ule on
State o( Flo-.ida, Day Edwards is doing some good work of his hutti daughter, who, with her moth- the other side of tite roon, w.vroe two
County of Alachua,' on the streets, and everybody ought to be er and the other children, are sojourniig wominrtand a nlsta. Thtt woumeil were
City of Gainesville. )- glad to See the work going oo. tlere this sumriter. May Prvideice deal converstlng, and there puain was reading a I
. Personally appeared before the sub- The Gaineeville Plainiui and Coffinl kindly with the little girl, aewspaper..p FrOmi h t gnural nappear- i
scribed, a Notary Public. in and for. the ,t ,_ u 1. ance I took hlru for-n coeru rrclnal travy
State of ,oridaat lae, S. B. Giddin, Iactory is now an assured thing, and the r, aid My R. A. Caswell of Alachusa el. in tom wy rlt teo l,, l t
who beingdtly, awoin bymaede and Cooperage plant isa possibility. .are.orejoiing over the recent arrival of an the man over was because I huDpined
says that the above testimonial was sent Don't Worry. The twrn is dry, bui t heir in tir r home.. The Doctor says he 'to notice that be had Irst two' fliers
to him by mail by J. W. Haynea,:a man planttitat 1)l cents it day with" Myfers don't care a cent's worth for congratira- from blh left hand. They were the sec. I
ho hhad er seen or heard of, alL watoli.tl.grow tno ?d' Ial 0 mouths. tioria, but if asy of his friends have any. ond and third linerss, and I wolndere'd
also that he .had no kmnowltenge of -the
man ever havitig used or procured the J. 1.- Chesser, LaCrosise; 1B. V. McCall, thing to offer that will be of any anel- how he could bt re lu'Jured them wlth*
Unp ralleled Hear Grower, and fair 'a Fairbanks, and .J. .- Newberrv, High tance in raising the little one, they can out tajuring either the fore or th little
he kitows no one had infdenced hm "to Springs, were in Gaiicsaville Frilay. senil it in. finger. .
send it. and that the man has never re- The trinlU was dluo Im n seet Itlnnul eS,


ceived anything for sending it. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Scrnggs, tpil Mlr. (;. W. Ftaaterlin, a prominent as I saw -by glanclig. at the clock,
Sworn to and subscribed before me daughter visited the lornuer's daughter, business nan of High Springs was trana- when the stranger with the unwspuper
this 12th day of Noveier A.' D. 1902. Mrs. Ed Slaughter, in Tampa Friday. acting bushl.eu in the city Saturday. suddenly vanished and in hbil plnce.,
SS. B. GIDIwNos, W. D. his ha empty re g oil
J. M. gIlina, If you can not go way tosomesulphur lie is planning a trip to North Georgia, is ande empty Jo n restlig u asloL h
Notary Public for the State of Elorida spring you can go to the Diamond Ice where he will spend a few weeks. He ng full at Je and fr a few s clook
at large. Co's. sulphur well right here in the city. expects to leave for Marrietta, Atlanta had l h more, doubt hat he was alive
For Sherif. "Hurry, h rry, if yo0, want to see anal other points in a few days, and has than I have of my own Identity. Not
To the Voters of Alachnt County: George," and you mrauat hurry up antd ordered THxL S'rLa sent to him up there to strengthen my .case, but to.add to
To he Voter of Alacha cny iv u Iht ore, so we can see v so that be can keep posted on happen. the mystery a bit further, I will relate
I hereby announce myself a candidate gives light Gorges we "n e you. ing in Florida, while he recuperates in that as I sat there looking at my old
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the Born to Mr. and Mr. R. Holley a Gria partner, who had been burled years
action of t nex t Iemocatic prar. pound bouncing baby boy. Mother before, both women turned in a stur
dties of the ofe to the very best of my aM d child doing well. Congratulations. tied war and then moved along a It le.
duti-oth-e- off icmhe t-- o thae v-"r--b-st of You will my that In this c-NW. flt In
ability, and I solicit the support of all resh meats, groceries and vegetables t iIl 5 tat I .. u. i tc I
voters at thepOlls. Call, and rme your orders or 'hone for all othe I did not. se what ,rt I ie
W.er.HAGhe.eo l se nd l m Gor Harroki, 'F cn'Phod l I saw. I have no proofs to orrfir that I
Respectfully, what you want. J. G Harrold, *ehode Yond Y OU lln di d ; you i nvenon eprooffs r th at I did
W. C. HAGUe. No. 25.P -didf i 4. htre none to offer ttt Idid
a. TH o I st right there with my eyes
TIlE EqAITJLBL LF Jmo. P. asrtl.mon, ex-mayor of Gaines-- -- -- ixed open Origs wblle the train thbt
Aditraaee Seelety f the ville, but now a cidtien of Jackaonville, ded ap. took on the other lpleIMn
United tatt, spent Satulrday d eltdtay In Gaine IA I ill we t Its way to meet a tt*blbe
S" S TO.NOmett I T WOL. l l lle.i .lata Whm the tumbl.or thBe kM
mai. A Ipm, Mer, L M. Riles, Masbeo.kh mul R. D. :: .fd I ffi M t ,e
4.dliP out" w gaouag g
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NOTICE: o,! t til' \ IN 1OR LETTeRS MASTPR'3SSAL r
d ,' er and by virtue ot a final decree
Ni "No;tice is l t n tvi.,, tt the Utider-, made and rendered by Hon. J. T. Wills,
:silgKAl, having I n 1,i ,I associated Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
oursels e i tio at ci. It,. to, e known 'lorkia in and for. Alachua county, in
as CIlyatt Cattle t ',p. ..n i,,. t, t. chancery sitting, on the loth day of June,
iSeKedl Articlesr. f IlI III. ,ti, t,. A. D1. 19o3, wherein A. O, Steenburg is
irilyingul >i f which Iins 1)(1n I11tii tlie conlplainant, James McCaalini and Etnity
i ,lice of til( Secretary ot lt: ,L II( McCI lin are defendants, in a certain
July. t7, 10 3, apply to the pp i t l, i cause there plendlng- I, D. Turner,
I the tate of iolrtda 0.for, lvktt.t p ittii t. s social aster in chancery, by appoint-
upon 4iiri artticl s'of incorl.mcrnititi a.'iiti of the court, %ill sell at public anc-
L.,, J. IYArTT, tiol In to the couit house daor in the
W. Rtk. TOMAS, cIty of .aiiiesville, F1,iii-a, 01on M1 day,
ST, W. SHANID$, the 3iri day of Augut. I'13, during tg e
W. W. C:A AT', legal lioir of sale nil tliit certain lof,
VKH NON C I.vA. I, tract Itnd parcel of la nil situated ill tl
S 0' D tRIMAo. comuty of Alachun, IIn le State of Plo.
..- htida, 11nd more pairt'iiuiitrly defcrilied as
1\'ii 1, VO:s Iv iCQRPO Tii'IN the east hialf [i'] of south-eastt quarter
e, a t -ul e rsisectio seventeen by associ7]te cn-towi
t gt'-t'ier for the pu rpoe of in- 171 east.
i h i o bodyc Also personal Iroperty to-wit:. O,,e
l it. I' "hr Iaw" O t.1. S'te of black iuare with star in forehead, age ten
l'tlh i years,. O)oeinle e horse wagon. painted
.-A\i'C.I; I. red. four t clich cows, with calves,
Tihe i1nle11 o ail id corporatiioln shall be branded O X, marked il left ear crop
CI.vA'TT I CALI.: CoX(tANv,,-and iat priu uand one split, iln right ear.cropaud two
cipal place ,f hlilsiieas slhill be ( auiei-' splits,
vlle, loridal, ibut the said Company may Together with all and singular the teti-
lnave sucih otl'er tliCcs all(d places Ohl buts- euients, heredtitanients and appurten-.
ieas its nliy he pirovhlcd by thl Il y-laws inces to tile said belongig or in anywise
thereof' appertaining.
l.n g \ lic gtie ralure f the .1 iiC erty o th tie said, James McCaslit et-al to
ie geittire of tie lsitic tsatl fy allt pay said decree, ees aid
Ii, tiansucted by said ,t1 cipi'allitionl slhll costs. r D. TUIRNR,..
t tlr nisiili, ,it yig uil selling o r W, [ PAiLMIR, 1peeial Master.
iohei is < tlt' llig or Li, ltililg ill Cttletit, 'Solicitor for Coihplahanth..
ltti : ; t, i, g tssi, hu gs, s oilth er. ,.
kIl s ~ h\% tila h.s llln^ 111, l it 'posHl l )4 l ll' kil td 0) I "
V o.', olk., I 'mi, i ', l ital, l, ., \V ttW __ __
it liii), tia l il o rLE. E V 1 i LE
tll, tt iit ; tlile bityi t eg, selltig at ttt In rtl .
g.lglg ,,0 ,na Iestuit t it' f ill kilivs; Lilel e c ,nun A cn u ennciii p
galiig, iil operittietg otfl awini, kiiIlS te FIRE, BOND A ANCCIDENII NSUANGCE
mlls, v,, iiti tn it d oil nl mUls; also thie IleprCiesotlg t a itumber of prom-
,'ttiis.iiut'tiiu^, owninIg atitle eri tinuM 01 i tltiL AIIIer l 'it rittt lngllslt oomr
inI ti sto 1nil 0 iiid puicklijg plaitsi aunil ft- Itnlii co
clitic; atld gereily' thie dolig andper, .. ........... .
lorltinig o tilt niie'esaltary acts atid tilt ex-
i.rcisoi t .t i ,l i>,vI ci liEir rd t, tthy tv AhsiCt d11 Relty V ion0111y.
Ilws (it Flo, itait upon.sitnilbar coril ratio S,. lO" d "l l I*, J.
ARTICl I'. t1, (Inoorporated),
ThI capital stock of said corporation E. E. VOYLV Munmger.
shall bLe twenty tllhousatnd dolltsH, divided '-- ,
into two lhunltred shares of tlie par value Get an abstract of title to land be-
.et ll bitltllnredi dollars eatlct, 1be fore hinying. After paying the ur-
,llitoultt of stock hereto iMluscribed shall chase money there is often Io retTrets
Ie puil in in full in cash by the second for tax anles and uncaiceledI mort-
Monday itn October, 19)3. The Bstock re- age. .
itlttillug it the treasury shall be dallned ...........
tI illn tnucl inntier Iaud accortlig to ch MnHlft lle
terms s the loardl of Dircct umypr)e-' Manhattat A T/ewrtlr.
tille, of.. which not exceedng fitly r
.iarieirs Ilmtiy be issued a preferred stock I OT IN .T rTli'i'ilT
I, reltion of the loaid. A Hundred.Dollar Type,
A Hundred'Dollar Type.
AHTIChi( IV.
;iistl cportiion shall teist (or a tern writer for $0
of fifty yeas. Guaraittted for ote year,... Sold oh:
AAmTi''I.: v,. ntltly paynuleits at t slight advance
Thce litHIshtles f saiId f rorlottIntla sll to repoiistble parties. Typewriter
tIe coitlucteil teil naiuaiaged by a presi- Rjbbonls for varloti inaclilles,
ilent, vice-president, secretary and treab- 'rD-i1 i--
(iret to I)C lsvtfed by a board of directors
iad a hoard of live directorss to be.vletted REAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS AND
hy the shockhllldit t1111l such other of-
ticers an.il Iageiis si, thel directory tnav LAND FOR SALE.V,
provide lor. "The oficcs of secretary and
trecastirer may be hed by thel sanse per-, YOY*i T
Thle bomad of diletuors shall be ekctledt GAINEIVILV l FLA.
at it stockJloldirH' Iieeltiig to. blt h bell n
thit seconiiid liday iit Octoberl o e1icli1
tlid. every -ear,. The directors shalh -
aldopt ecr'esilry by-laws for the govern- r
,letl of (ie board .aitd contplyttaud "*. '"j a
halll Ilapoilntat ltl eitiploy strcli oUter of
ticr:in t1tla tgeititsnthe y I ayd iCielctceB ARCTIC DRINKS.
stry lil pl)rtper. ...
iThe oltioers of saiiid oirponution who
will coitihdctl ll: bitNHiteImH ot tfio corpora- I .' Cr. e a ,
tlon until ll. Ht elected lat the first allllial ce real ,
inectiiig of lie stockholder oin lthe see-
old Motandayi ill October, .1 03, shall.h ie Lemiibo ade, .
(iailifie(l, are: l,I;. Clyatt, Preaident;
T. W. Slatitls, Vice l'reihdeit; Vertlon. M Limeade.,
Clyaitt, S.cretary alid Treisurer; L j. _
lyattl, T. WVShiidtls, Vernin Clyatt,. Oca .. C ola ,
W. 'l)utt aniidW. R Thownis, Di)rectors, RocOla tto,
AirTIcuZt v-. ,M ttoo ,
'lie hi bIgieuHt lithotiiit of laclItlnegs or
Ihieblitgh' to which ,l cniptfl canesor -And all other delilousr- I.
ttlity w tly U)Which hoat .coulpafs e -0
aly Htih sHHjcct itHulf sliall-I forty .t r .
thIutsnit dollars, lit OLD .

The Irunnes and resldentces of thte Incor.. .. '
oraitors of sae icrlcorlratll t and the itin. -- IINB---
.br of shaittie (If its stock stiIlihcrile'1d for
by each are hereto by tlileti Hteerally
absentcribed; Cl i '
W. W. (.Clyat, Ociala, flai. Ten share ,:
Vernlon Clyatt, (ctlai, thla Tel) ht r,, Casildv : Cby
I,. J. Clyaitt, (;iimnasville, Pljr T'wenty. "
five h5trcth. Chewln um
(. 0, Iiumltinll --Id, Chlifland, l~. l,
T. Wl. hlls, (;ainellelle, FlaSeveta I a C ta winery. '

W. R. 'R'l. THllat:, Oalnesvlle, I'la. Yeit'
l ." ..... .. --
State of :I'loridrt, I
Comuty of Marion, J f 6.11TrD
itefore the Utdieraigned iuititoitly per. aiH.EppR a .A1 .
totally tite .W,. W. l.tyatt and Vernon Opu Iron I ui '
Clyaitt, Jto tue knowii to be the pernoeis 03peite lirown iHoue,
tatued nt an l who sularcribed tIhe horeg--. e ir A. L. T[luoht 011.]
in( BArticlt of incorporation, who sever- .
iry ackniowlr dged the execution (hereof i'
for the rpotel theiin cxparescd. :"t;hhe s W EBw,, ,
\ittlness iln handI attl olfl:ial seal, thils -. -- -- "
1Notary least AinjraT I.. G.IctO The I TA R Ic $I1 -
: ,, Noairy iAbltc, i I AR Is 1


State f F'lorida,.
Altchtua county. .:'.
Befoitre Ltie tiiitderigtnl it :ttllihority per. '
.ou,,illy Caime I. a l, l. % I. limt Y ea .
1tnil' T. W.bhlimilnsa 't, i m k(inown to h the
IerismiS nalineinl in iiil wli tbii lcri ed the ... ...
I(oregoiig artlclest il o iii t c imloi aLioln, who
rievt'rnlly ackn,.valeilIgtd the ex~ cutio
thlertifl for thie piurin.. tr.-h,:i n exlre m cl .
V'itliiU ii y Iiinl aiiiaIdl ifllicial Bcul, thibl
13th iiny oi Juine, A. I. I 3- I
iryS.rl.: 1VA ., N B R IN S ,, U S
Nar 'il lic tt of hl a, Your Chickens
A,,' nte I I'loridi,, V'egetables, and in fact '
County of Iev kinds of Countlry
Heffol,: Iiru tsullerbigned authCrtyp. dcc
'v,0iiliy caine C.. 0. iJruuqmtond oto e
Snow to be the person I namt d n and /
who suhscrileil the (uregoi asielm of A '
Iucorpolation, who ackniowVl21J the x- i .
ecution theroof for lthe prp -thetein HighIt Prlt for Counl-
StiS ne my haPd and oad l8 al ,I this tr PrUd'e, and Sell as
tth day of May, A, D. jtq( a.-,. -e the Cheapest.
Notary Seal ] N, I. R'T a' ,.'3
Notary l'ulic, StatLo FlorLda A T I .
a.t Large, lunprev Fob. sS, ,904. 'AL O N
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j' lGive us aTri
,9AINOBVILLIS -Olt~
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I he you tried Giddinp'
Other have tried It and
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A special from SirCn alSt o r IIll, s )'a : ,I
A tornado Fridary ev'iii lii 1.111 l 0 i1 'II
persons, fatally Injurti-il a bh' ,ii oif i-i
others and caulist'LI a ll'rip ii) ) lo of hlI
$2,000,000. sat
The dead ari.. Ianrry Inml. NlI-'
H. Blvens, I(. 'l rr-ll. Chlir -l.q Sr.ny- di
der, W rp c. il, ',d Iils
The ftllowiig are r.e-rtin ii liftally '"
InJire -" (Hi iogr 1 .1-, M rs li l., i,
DcsSic IJiluther., LChairl .. Srm li-r. Fr.-I ',,
C ro ne. frni i inIl ll ll, i'rs i'-ro :-'. iI, -
Mrs. S ilthl. Mi., niili ('.ilti'lii I'oia
body and wil- lillip IlmI II. r, MrIs. lhi
I ii
lHonm y P.*.A,. :1i1,l i bYl. C orioe r
llunlter. r (1.i~ n ..1 l, '1 h lt lill thi ihl, V,.
thLree chilirvi, of A .1 I)uughelrty and il
a m l an e tnllitycll 'ii II- Inllct r's farin.
Killed at Racs Track. ir
All except li 'li ro-l --re hlled 'it ilt
the race trial A ii ,u '. Iiiling hand
just ivt'tll .rTn' Ii tl illiI theli ral'ls w(-er a
to have li,-ii gli\ n wv'-li- after next. tl
Not a tilliling I l i hitii lling. All w
of the buildlingt ni i 'iith. lI'.liuctrc park CI
,were destroycl a;ntl il-. fni'll'e and nam-
pllheatre of th Ii lll ninik \%l're( blown A
away. Sliallbl' ib r ilhing factory, a si
two-story litrik hliildiin., was lilown Fi
down and all lthii hisk was ritntdI-l. In
Thie Vuilrita W plant sulffirutil ltiimuy li-n. P'ircell al
was killeil iler.- 'li II.nllnis, Indiana lk,
anid Iowa brllge. -,o tlng uarly 1.- vw
00,000, is -earl) li nlf (iion. The hIiltt.-
Ing works and IliillingK In Klnglo'v, i
four miles woat of H, rator, woro n
blown down anild several pIersIHns wlrri /
Injured. Many Ihonses were unroo-l'idl it
and otherwise dofliingiei. Tl'r iphlil,.ii. I
and tolograph linlu ari ll:iirrly .ill 1I
down and details niart iIat1 r (
Four Killed; Ten Injured.
S Foutr p-rsions wetrt till-. i ti ti-l 11l
wore seriously li ijireil iy ni lorni.alolI
Z'" which strilck lth nortlhirn part if
Mondota, fll.. Frlln y night. The
known dead ale: (Cra ltisllorf, agoed
,. 1; Ora l.iaily, agl:-l 1; I)Dnlcl Schi-
m'c. aged 11; --- Schaniol, agedl i4.
S Theo linjuire are Mrs. John Wirn-
I; chont, MIPa Wi\lrtelin, Mrs. Oncar
Millllgan, .14,ronio Millllgan, Allco WIl-
S son, Erinai Atitoin..l unino Smith, lion-
ry Schwolizer Anni Mrs Jamena nmith.
Town of Gardner Destroyed.
A Chicago spei.nl says: Thnre
S wore uncoifirmull reports that the
town of Gardner, In (Orundy county.
had boonl ds(tliiut'il and many people
killed. All wires loading to tne town
.. aro down titd no delnultoe nformallon
an;'' ca be soc'redl.

MANY PROMINENT NAMES

S Were Attached to that Jowlsh Petition
rned Down by Russlan Bear.
i' A list of nanines of some om Ilth asign-
Sere to tho ietilllon againsRt the reclntl
e' Kishlnef iqsannicr' hinas leen mndel ipll
S liHe. AniIInIg the n ll Irt tile nilis- of
Sonlaor 'i TlhuinnRa C PI'lal, of N.'w

o' rnors Ticrrell. of (I{orlgia; Mlontanile.
of Virginila; J.I. s,. oif Alai.nntni, intd ]
ongino, of Ml-uislsa llll; tlie onlllt o
legislaltre tf (Irgina.n, Justlices Peck-
ham, Hli rrl--k niil i('nolor, all of il.o
S Justices of thli aplnoillnat divlslon .'mnd
tho suprm'erm coirit (if Iliolis. Chief
SJustice MeShlirry. I'lIin-il StatesR I)1- f
trict Attorney A. \V. llackelt andl
United States .Inulgl liHenry C. Niles
and W. I. lStevens. of MilHhislsljiil;
Bishops Gallnaghlr, of Trxas; nlurle.
of Albany, and (Ullnway,I f Missin-
sippl; many reprmesnlltivelIs in cmiu-
i agrees, the nnayors and illt. ocffersb itf
S over fifty litoes, Inluding Mayor l,,v,
.' of New York, anll Mayor Hlnrrison, r t
Chicago, tho coillty arn., sale oIlc rsA
S of many cites, bosiles a host of well
known private ciitruli of the country.

JOINT BOARD 1S FORMED.

Matters Relating to Army and Navy
In Hands of Eight Officers.
Sucretary Itili and Hcrrmit'- ,'
Moody I"r'ilay li i,,.,il 1) f(,luwi liIg i
jolut order: d
"Tho deparinit, ii (it sinr antiI th It--
partmont of Ilio mnt\y hitint\ Ilgr,''d a
S upon the formation of I jolin Ihoni 1 a
to be composed o(f four olnc army and four oif the navy. Iin I,,II t
staled ses'lons nd milth extimnlllii lI
ry sesalon as halnll nppelar advtlhmlli- (
for thie purpose of ernltferring, dis<,ns- .
Ing and reacrhln cnruinlon cnrlnuslonsi g
,' regarding all iittinis calling fr he r
CQ-operatilon tof Iht iwi services."

.. KOREA WANTS OPEN PORT.

i Psrmlsslon Is Asked of China to Let .
: Down the Bat-s at WIJu.


s $1111:, lii 1l 0 0IUUUU blllHi r l-ll'l illO
11 ii are also about 1.,80l0,iuii of m.i Y
itll nnd iluppllea, the lIiilk of while -: ii
-i beon pledged for Inn-ist nmid wairo- rl
iise recolpLs given to iie\r Iliuo
tie. ,
Among the Ii-bllitliis are $(5,010 1'
o on ilhe purchasing price of the An- w
tIon plant andt $:iJ;".. lho Sitniidard StiLl Car ComTpany. c
I'-nnsylv'anhi, iipun whose appllca- f
in Ilth rcc-tler wat appointed. The t
iialtlinlg Ilhllltllllca nre madou i.) nl-
.t1 ofxiliihlv'i y of notes, r
Aplillcation will be made at once for a
e appointment of anrllllary receivers a
those slutl-ts In whliCi th'oe company ga
Ioperty is locatel In order to pro-
nit the thititg out of attachments .
addlitil t t icthe appointment of a
t-olvur JitilgcK Kirkaiutrick made an
tldr ri-st'iiining the company from,
lig lunil tli'eS.
Tho company was Incorporated will
capital stock of $3,500,000, anmi or
o stoc-k of thl company $76i,0l(i0
orlt is ownuil by the Standtari Ste- I
ar Company.
A dliliatch from Chaltnnooga a)'.ia:
niimlbLor of crcilliur lihaveo broiugt
ills against tlie ntiilthern Car andi
ioundry Cuniltany, which has iplantl
n Gaddiicn. Annisloliu and Illrming-
am, in Anlaiamna, and In Memphis
id lI.qnolr Clly, In Tennessee. '"'he
first national bank of ltirminghnni
ans thel Irs t Ito liak action, suing the
oimpuiiy on an alleged Indebtednoes
f $21i,10in nand taking out an attchli-
nctl agKiliiHt the. plant at Oadsden,
\nl., placing It In the hands of the
ihcriff. This throw a number of men
il of employment. Immediately fol-
\uling thil action creditors located at
laulltdfe brought' suit and .olier it-
au'limlunis were Issuod against the
lillnt In that city. Friday the Roane
ron Company, of Chattanooga, attach-r
'd the funds bolinglng to the compa-
ty In the Chlatlnuocga national bank,
The company Is the largest maniu-
actturor of cars In i.ue south and ltat;
ioon doing a iromonudous business,
rinnin tihe plants on full time at the
places mentioned. No irxplanation hits
boon nialo In rogiarl to thn sills, but
the cunlpany clalins thal it is not
finanrially ntiiiarransed

MORE GRACE FOR BLACKS.

Epworth Leaguers Would Solve Race
Problem Through Religion.
A mlitn-ll from Detnolit says: other
was Ino lIoseinling of the cnthliiilsinsin
aniong tlhe Epworth L.inguie-rs lrlid,i)
iilght Iunit Tent Ontario, Auilllll rliin
Iliwitirllil, I nIrDetrill onit pcni Iouiiudi nd
Cintrual Metlho0ilout EpijRuoanl chlirclh
% hlier 11i roimh S were h Id, welo iigal
crow il 'd
Dr. II. M. llfaiill, of Nashvlli-,
Tenn. Inlked on "Thit lIih-ld ivcr nat
llni l" ntl tli r ltiit i etling, iia(nd In lius
ntldroqs r-I'f'rr'ed' l ti lithe ni-gro qtie-.
lion. "We't liiavoin inside Ili, nuegro," li
aluid, "a hling i(i li t hu lldil lo nmitl fri
l>y I|)llilt.nl iarllii ii anil rn hliann flrm
golritin lhil rellgiin In a largc ilinl mnllt
Vlini e litet-d In It spend nmort? lnit'
In utiitllig u(ll' gr- i-n of C('lils t h ilhit
liulrlA (if theo hlinc I -olilo. Walii we
lit'ed to ( io itt slilve tlie Ilio ro protilelu
Is (to Irnrisforun anliy Inrllatct of anvago-
ry thllt mnly existl n Itl, few of that
race. In oiu rdler tIt is-hi tlhe Ilghting of
'aggots alnid ih, rnlhiig of il nkl(' It
a our only hloli.e. Ami whn'ii you (f
lie ntrtlh wrile reoAlliill iisH iondit-nin-
ItuI mnli law, reninthlrr ilatitI lI nolt
lMelhoilltl liaids i hat pull Iliu ropoH
ndtl light Ih 11 fires."
In Aldllourlni ICnnitworlh, Rev. M N.
Vahhltii), of lI nttonvllo. Ark., wis
-inliinmin, and HRev A. II. I.eotinrd, of
Ntcw York. police on "Ti 'e ield Far
wvay Referring to the negro qilmisn
ion. lie said:
"\VhWi llr II bhe ingllslhinan, Freinchi
lint, Turk. Clirman or Portl glluer
hluul llinkiu i uiuiiICusts In Africa, the
Ar'i ani it lhis he'llilss victim. Nor Is
Am-ni't'i'fr-,e rroi tinh t shiamo andl sin
if olin rs -in ug un,|'l rlllity treating the
lililndrtii otf Hain Ilrouighl hero, with-
itl tlillr C.onsllicnt as llumllnan mnirchanl-
llsO, II lbcra l HI fltr two ceulturles of
hlvery I i. lihi t cuxlgrcitles of war. lthov
reo iow uiutnlals. RIn'lally antu ieoll :
ally', nd ufoii dulit' rinl by jury, they are shiut or hliaingid
r hllurned at the l mike, buihl In Ilie
iornh and iii tho stoulh. Atlcnr:tin
'hrlHtlans must ase to It that tlhe o
roeH shall lihave a fair chance In the
tin' ito life In Anmerica, and also dh
hli-r mlnloat to give him the gospel
a lils unllve land."

AFTER PORTUGAL'S RULER.

alleged Plot to Assassinate King
Charles Brought to Light.
A dispatch from Lisbon says tial an
lrumler of oflicors of the Fifth Port'i
Itt-.'w Ilnrantry have boeen arr'ostlel tn


The Korean mnlilsHIer nt limhir hiuit
Urged Priino Chling, liC'id f A rI. fi-r n
,, lign' Offlco, to Inatrucl Illue t'luncsu g
"minister at Stouttl to autlihorl7z. Ktor-La i
!I, "to open WlJN. Korea, 1tu forl''lgt truao,
., a means oif nitital dlcfi-i-ism' Ugaliuls
,.Russlan oncroalnrterr lit,tl bi nltli a I i
Is regarded aa futile. a

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.*1 OkDER LEADS TO RIOTING. h

ib in South Carolina Seek to
Mn.ge Death of Postmaster Hall.
.be result, ofr Ile murder ut Wil F
Awl, postmoaster t Cllnqenupin,
K iff itt. 80111o, Caru n,,. ,wo k,.
l,' y* killed by a cruwtl of wwilli,a I
i' ,1*1 'i oL o if
s;'l W*. ltP ,are still scouring t;o
l Hrytll for otuer nuero.
tod to have'beel illh the conspiracy to I
M the pottlasteIr. l I
ofltl tU's brotbera Rrp in the

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Ih, chargo of conspiring against King
'hlirrlotl.
ThIey will be tried by courtmartlll.
aUtllelolin of a widespread conspiracy
glnitln m ho dynasty have been enter-
ainmId for some time, the Instigators
ieng ulicors who were cashiered
eulo limo ago,

NEGRO WOMAN EXECUTED.

'aid Penaliy for Murder of Girl
White Man Also Swung Up.
At Sounh McAloster, Ind. T.. V'rlilav.
Dora Wrighu, a noegress, was hanged
or the murder of Annie Williams, a
-year-old nregro girl. She mounted
ho scaffold without a tremor.
Charles Barrett was also hanged for
the mTnrder of John Hennessy. an aged
man, whom he shot from asmbutluh.
Robbery was the motive.



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first asslotant postmaster general,
Demorallzation ruled In the New proposed that Terry pay him $50 According to ndvic
rkl stock market Wednesday, mak- down and $8 to $10 a month to secure Vashington Thursday
reinstatement In a former position in rlan question has boc
g it, up to the time of the closing Masten's bureau. Terry charges that r to this gove
Ily, ouo of the most disastrous days he was originally a $1600 employe In factory to ths gove
ice the memorable panic of May 9, the dead letter office; that le was re- ances have been roc(
01. Now low records for the yeir' moved under an order of Malden and Chinese government
put into the city postofice; that no the near futroe, open
are made in the trading on a heavy protested and finally that Masten sug- several ports now
Alumo of business. Some of the d- gested his getting an outside party, a world's trade. The 1
Lines in high grade Investment stocks close friend of Masreo and a former ment has convoyedl f
r the dau ran all the way from 4 employee of the postal service, to help to the United States i
S24 points, him. it will not, In arty w
In the early dealings there was a The affidavit alleges thai Maaten opening. While the pi
ish to sell. Prices dropped sharply gave Terry assurance that if he paid ed are not yet sperifl-.
nd in some cases prelpitately, with the amount nentionedl he could get from the conm muilc
ctivo stocks down 2 and 3 points back; that he went to Masten's house that they are Monkt.lo
ach, and with an extreme break of about the matter, but did not pay the Inland port of Mane
ver 50 points reported In St. Louis money. Terry charges that subse- Tung Iao, at the, mo
nd San Francisco and Chicago and quently he made an affidavit making river.
,astern Illinois certificates. The do- these charge and handed it to Masteh It Is now known tI
line was euspclally noteworthy, how- to present to First Assistant Postmas- lions which have terl
ver, in such stocks at Ht. Paul, Now itr General Johnson. According to "esstully, so far as
oirk Central, Unlon Pacifc, Canadian the charges Masten subsequently was concerned for only td
'a states Steel and Gcineral Electric. refused to return It and Terry there- to their present pIhan
In the last half hour the covering upon placed the Information before Hay and Conit C (aiit
if shorts and Investments by bargain the civil service commission, who at the Ruiicflan eitn!,a
hunters were responsible for partial took up the matter with the president. the day the erlfi-tar
ucoverles In a few like St. Paul, The federal grand jury Is consid- Nowponrt. for rhli anml;b
vhich closed fractionally above Tues ering several Important postoffice In hnnd the n ece.isar
lay's final quotations, cases which are expected to prore of from hils own gIJve'rlni
Traders wore naturally disposed to widespread interest. Postmaster Gen- plelcpes which are no
view the soiling of high grade invest- eral Paynu said Tuesday afternoon rede"mptlon. These p
eunt Issues with considerable uneasi- that he expected there would be some dlced to writing by I
neas on the theory that It represented important news dulrlng his absence on R"nisan charge. durlni
forced selling by Important interests, and his quttliflcations which will ona- state department Tiie-
who were obliged to part with their expected the grand Jury would furnish It remains for Mr C
securiilos to raise funds to protect some Interesting developments There In the trade treaty wl
ipoculatlvo accounts elsewhere in the Is no definite Information available ias' tallng with China, the
market. Several important market In to the Identity of the cases, but tlie ditlons inner which th
treats were sellers of stocks that nad Jury has hoon working on them for to be opened.
been carried on borrowed money fbr some time. Important to tt
a long period, the sales beln gindiieed An agreement lias been reached bo- The prospect gives
by the attitude of the banks, which tweon tke postoffice ilepartnmnt and Isfactlon here for Sec
dironted the calling In of loans to the civil service commission regard- been for more than
strengthen their position, preparatory ing the transfer of employs from oth- steady pu1suilt of trh
to the expected huavy calls on their er deparlintnis to the postotlco die Mancliuria, which li
resources for crop nov.ement pur- apartment. The now regulations pro- pointed out is so Impo
poses. vide that In sul'h transfers It must be ton Interests of the so
A distinctly unfavornble linprrssmln shown lhat the person to be transfor- Sinlnltaneoisly with
was croated by the annotuncement of red will hIe employed on work similar open up Manchuria
an issue of short. lime noirs by 'he to that previously performed by him, trade comes a report
Union Pacific to teo mount of $10,- and his qualifications which wil ena- of conimere and lnb
000,.00; also smaller loans by sever- ble him to perform such work better States Consul Miler,
al other railroad compnnl-e. Follow than a person selected from the ellgi which Is so far the ot
Ing the borrowing by the ilurllngton, ble register of the commission. The Mannchurla, re.slctiln
ihn actionn I ofIln Ith lnion lrncifi and- nnini Illnvestig l atiin has discllno .d a goods trade of tlhat pr


otlier rounds In going into the market nimnber of Irri-gatlar transfers. that the grent moerl l.t for ctlitoii goods
fcr money naturally affords ground In Mianelurla s1 anurnacting ile allon-
fr iunnanlnesais In slportilllvo circles, MAUDIE AT IT AGAIN. tion of Russian mnunliifartuli-rd at Mos-
pairtlnl nrlly as the companies ar.q cow. Tl'cy are Ir. inyg to cnllnrc a
foir(il lit pay tHiff rates for their ao Aid of Police Invoked at a Ret Hitt good share of the 21.01it.itil.i iaels
connimlndatlons. it is believed that tno Meeting In Dubllin ($12.,180,i11i(i worth or cnotoin goods
Uiniii Pa liniipo(litait Ifnctrn in the dTomorailza says: Wild scerno-i Mondlay niarledt the Ihls lport and are offering ntmost tnimlpl.
lon, alnd that the new dimnandi of va. second dloblal by the municipal cor- I "g Indtl ilrcm- ni rsi nito rclhanti hli'ore to
ri il railroads for money wore reslpon- poratlon on Ilio qImstilon of presenting glo t lMo-icuw to pirlrnass? s upplisn.
sitle for tlie liqudaltion of Imany sto-k and allilroks of wt,l-io e to King E market accountla at HC)iorlus losses,. ward on hils arrival in Dublin. The way'. savs tlhe contiil, hints irolight a
Tho llnllod States Stnel 1Ismi s,. piililli- galhlry was filled with ueolile now fatlorl Il tlho great cotton gooi l
which were iundeir prei'stin re a the greal before tli t nioeting began, and tle 'radlo of north China. and Aninoril-n
cr iart of the day, made new low rec- huge criro wihi wit hnas shut out subse.- manuLfacturers mlu lstl nllve to the
orld irlccs lltying of these shares qiiently bronlt down the doors In its sltnatio.n antil nldjst tholir business r-
oin the dricline was sadI to ibe for (iho effort to get In lord Mayor Harring- rangenic-nis to nio,-uI tllie now cilil.-
nicro-nt of Interests Identified with ion umide a violt-til spech against the lhols f they wtilh I1o hold lhlr Irade.
fhe Iproperty, hut the support was not alddresis and ct llnpared tho nallonallsts, The Voliinteer fl-ct., liwa.ivlll ssii-
Hiifl-lhnit to offset the sanle as an hi- who fao r It to lio uipiv who liRnl "asid llicll by tli> nullssinn goveniniint. is
1li111i nt of values. Ihm Alrlhh iparlhinmint. cnrryinng Riissinn gooils Intro Nirth
To Wall atrcel tie lounpllaant fea- Mniaude (onno itMrs MlNnrlle) was Cllina at liw frrilglit ritls. nit l Ilirt;e
tiire of the situation Is tlt l lcor)poraie aniong tiheo ilnoniilrators who contlu. goolsh are lieling enter-rd at Port A.r.
Imirrowings sOem to ho bte(omintig ito-d the ilproar until ile lolld mayor thi"r anIn Dnlny wlithliii payling ainy
groatcr ratnilr lhan less. Whillo illis finally callil In the police who clear- custom-s; hoeslloo tlit- port chliarBs
featlire peirsistis it I point- I ouit te edt Ie0 hall. for merchanl slilps ari' nonilnnl, and
-slreot enlnnot hope for easy money. After a strin)y sitting of four hours. thero are no pilot lchnrro.. Amurlcan
Ithe n mollt n favor of the addrtes goodal go first to ShanrihnI wlhirt ciie-
DEADLY WORK OF TOY PISTOLS. was deferatod Iiy 400 to 37 votes. torus titles and pirt charge,. .tuolgo
-- and handling are I)nll. nutl tlion are
Eight Deaths from Lockjaw Have Oc. THREE INSTANTLY KILLED, reshlippced to Nin CIhwanig. wlhioe
curred at Cleveland, Ohio. --- eight, pilotage, Ip)rl ni:l haiudilling
Charles Illlies, of Cleveland. Ohio, Two Seriously Hurt and Buildings De- c''nrges are again Ipild. Tils fIlot
died Wedlneilay o(f tetanus, as a re- stroyed by Powder Explosion. consists of fouirtiiln stie'amiurs, with a
suilt of an Injury from a toy pistol Tlnhree nit'i Instintly killed and two total tonnage 38.4S1 tons.
resolved July 4. This makes iho I serlously hurt. toge-ther with throw -
eighth dleth In Cleveland from lock- buildings totally destroyed, is the re- Venezuela Has Paid Indemnity.
jaw since the Fourth of July. still of an explosion at the Laflln pow- The Venezuir-nn gnovrnrtni At South Norwalk. Coinn.. Arlllur ilor works, at Laflin, Pa., Monday af.- ay, paid to thle ro'eirc.,nttillUl v o.f Il e
Cunnlngham, aged 12 years, is dead of tornoon. The force of the explosion aUled powea'l the lInti iniu-itllmcnis oi
lockjaw resulting from Injuries re- shook every house In the town of the Intlemnity as stipulated by ihe
celved while firing a toy pistol. Iaflin. protocol.


MRS. BLAINE PARSES AWAY. CHIEF ARTHUR FALLS DEAD. MURDERER .%NAPP DOOMED.

Widow of Great Republican Leader Head of Brotherhood of Locomotive Jury at Hamilton, Ohio, Convicts Con-
DIes at Old Home In Augusta,Me. Engineers Succumbs at Banquet. essed aSlayer of Five Women.
Mrs. James O. Hjalne died at the P. M. Arthur, grand chief engineer frod Knalp up-was tcuil, I' l ft' Ilnlr..il
Blaine homestead In Augusta, Maine, of tlh Brolhedhood of locomotive In hli first diBrte ii)r ili- iillltul.r ,if
Wednesday, at the ago of 76. Engineers, drollpped dt-ad at iniltulght his wife, Hiniiiah (oiuddinrll Klinl)i.
From Washington, a short lime ago, Thursday night while sipeating at the To the surprise iofi (t'.t.r. Iudy titrI'
she went to the old family residence banquet closing the annual coinventiou was no rreconiniinlation t1it II mry ali
In Augusta. She was In an enfc conitllloh, and during the past wacok g1neers at W'inittiCeg. Ma.nitoba. elortric chair Tli'r iln HsioOil tin i,,r
she failed rapidly. her condition boxing Mr. Arthur hadc just arisen to re. conviction without tnit'rcy lunil twon t i(
dule to a general breakdown of the sapnd to a toast ant repeated the conviction with ni,.-rcy. Iillig uniiiin
system. She leaves one son, Jamoa words: "It may be tny parting niois for guilt
G. Blaine, two daIRghters, Harriot words to many of you." when he fell The flvo cases to vl'hli l Kunil)ie m)it.
Deal, and Mrs. Walter Daniroach, of backwards and expired a few minutes fessed February ":;. to bte ucllull- ,
New York. afterwards. are as follows Irmna Littloman.
May Ecutert. J'ennlu, Knapp, Idla Gli).
HOLOCAUST SANTARUM. rrll Approv Two Measures hard and Ilannahl Knapp
HOLOCAUT IN SANITARIUM. Governor Terrnll. of Oeorgla,. Triol.
our People Loe Life n Fir t day approved tie first two hills w'h>i GREAT NEWS OR MONSTER FAKE
Four People Lose Lfe n Fire at have been sent to him tills session. --
Bonur er s spring osKan as. Bofh nimasures were of a local nature. Report that Our Warships Seized Is.
o erl Trsons lost their lives In a one bill providing for a licenseo f lands Belonging to England.
fire early Thunrsday titorning, which 812,000 to retail liquor In Brooks coun- AI lonon dlopnti Ei qand. "Ate-wi
destroyed the hionner Springs. Kan. ty and the other abolshing the count A o dlpath .
aen, sanitarium. All those who were Ing to the prss a soclation, a Iurioil.
burned were evidently suffocated, as rumor wo s current Ilk it lobby of in e
nnoe were heard to scream. rumor was current i the lby of inc '
none were heard to screamed s Justice Glegerich, in the New York house of ctommntons WWednNesday nliglt
hndo building was three stories high supreme court. Tuesday *'gnedl a lie- ;o the effect that some Unitted Statel t
and ontained sixty rooms. Loss, cre of absolute divorco In favor of warships had seized about twen tv
130.00. Ewlth E. Bigelow and against Poult. mall Islands off tie coast of UBornml.
ney Bigelow. which It is understoodl belong to Grant
SCHWAB UNDER AN ALIAS. Britain, and had planted the American
MAY RATIFY CANAL TREATY. 2a& on them.
In Order to Dodge the Public He As- s
sumes Name of "Chares Lee." American Advlces to Colomblan Rep- SWIFT TRAIN LEAVES TRACK.
The Philadelphia North Anlorln resntatve Favor Such Action. d
printa .the statement that 'harles M. Fvor Such Action.
Bchwab Is staying In Philadelphia un- Thomas IIerran, the Colombianu ne Person Killed Outright and Many I'
der the assumed name of "Charles charge at Washington, received ad. A pcl from t. L ouis H ., sart ys,
Leo, of New York citY." vices Wodnosday from Americans in One person, a girl, was killed, four
nSchwab left New York oni June d Bogota that chances of the ratification were seriously Injured, at least one of
in the company ao his phyacl an. aud of the treaty have Improved greatly In. whom will die. and a enore slightly o
been lost. *te e last few days. No reaaop is aa hurt In a wreck on the Terminal Ratl- t
alled for thl EhaLaead association's line h tUeen F ria-.
Ite Citv and Madlton. Ils., Fridt. c


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-D-linirg .9rvlces In the Christian
Euileavor t.oIt at )Dnv.,r Monday PROUD OF OUR RIFLEMEN.
nighli t ivwa Rirlnutk It b a ti-iorl andt
niany Ii C tfhe 1ghlt Ihotliand OccupanlB Presldent Roosevelt Sends Congratu-
ijure J latory Message to Mr. Jones.
-A',-albanlt Scer.r.:tar) of War San- Preslient Roosevelt Is delighted
ger has rctslgilr-. William Shaw ')Il. over the success of the American rifle-
rl, i f .\l;ulaly, N Y will be alIppointed omen in r-calpitring the Pai nia trophy
to the po liion. In England. Secretary Jones, of the
-Owing (o a conflict between the National Rifle Asstciation of Amerlca,
prcsqhla.nnl nil I'gislators of Halti a cabledl the president the result of the
stati of hlUcgo has hueen proclalmcd.iat contest, andt the president responded
the ir pital. as follows:
-To ir In the as f Fletcher "Oyster Day, N. Y., July 13. 1903.-
-TrIi ry c nthe ce of Flet-heor Jones, Secretary National Rifle Arso-
Tuinur. ch arge l with pe'nago n at elation of Anierica-Accept my heart-
ronltgtni ory. failed to ring in a er. Ist congratulations for the American
dict and was dsach'iarged by Juilga victory.
Jons with a sharp charge. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT."
-Jnnmes II. Tillnian, charged with
the lMuntrcr of N. G. Gonzale s at Co PEONAGE JURY ADJOURNS.
uimnlula S. C., was taken to I.exilngton
Monday .He was a 'comnpanIedl y his Report Will Urge Rigid Enforcement
utncle, Snator 3B. R. Tillman. of the Law In Alabama.
-Assoclate Justice llrewer, of the The TTnIted States graltl jury, which
I'nito States supreme court, declares has been InV'estigating peonage cases
that every participant in a lynching for the past several weeks In -m'uit.l
s a murdreer, pure and simple. gomery, Ala., adjourned Friday morn-
-The prince of \Wales visited the Ing.
United States squadron at Porlsmoith It Is understood that their repol t
Monday, and took breakfast on board will go somewhat Into the details of
he Kearsarge. the Investigations mado by the grand
-It is rumored that Judge Thomas Jury, and points out existing condl-
0. Jones, of the Alabama federal court, tons nl Alabama and urges the en-.
nay be given a place in the lincuilt Lorcement of -the law.
court of appeals on account of ils-
Stand In the peonage cases. CLAY'8 ARSENAL OBLITERATED,
-After bidding his wife anul chll. Revolvers and Bowle Knives TakA
Iren goodbye, J. T. Cato, of Fort Val- from Geheral's Little Room.
ey, Ga,, rode off with a negro and A dispatch from LexingLon. K-.,
when a short distance from his home says: The room in which General
blow outl hi owni brains with a re- Casslus M. Clay Is confined has been
over. stripped of all weapons bZ order of
-For eight years Laiss Willie Ray. court. The revolvers and bowle knives
if Prentiss county, Mlss. disguised which made the room a little arsenal
reraelf as a man and worked as a- were taken away by the pt.tehdlata.
arm hand. -She both smoked and As a consequence Geneail 'Clty 1a An-
hewed.. consolable.


jORM 1N ILLINOIS TROUBLE FOR BIG PLANT. MARKET1SRATTLED
southern Car and Foundry Company
Forced Into the Courts Through Low Records for Year Cause
Corpses and Ruined Homes ltoathe nV ou Low Records for Year Cause
in Wake of Tornado. Jug Kirlipatick.,I theo itrild Demoralization in Gotham.
.-- States circuit court, at Tl.nfloi N. J,
MANY KNOWN TO BE DEAD ;rlday, appointed Thomas A. Gill-,
MANY KNOWN TO BE DEAD ,.r way oranTo ^ *..",., ma .(1. A GREAT RUSH TO SELL
p1,. of West Orange, N J.. n-i,.e.lvr for A GREAT RUSH TO SELL
I, he Southern Car ani Ftiindry Comin-

Various Towns In the State are Swept pay, a New Jereyoration, w Raroads and ndustral Prn
giants at Gadsden an Anlston, Ala., inroads and IndutralsPrincipal
by Wind Terror-Streator Sceeis and Memphis niil .crnore, Tenn. Thn. Securities Affected-Bargain
to Have Been the Great- lInblJllles consls( of about $2,300.UJo Hunters Help to Save the
est Sufferer. of floating doins. The company hall Day-Market BottomlCess
.t.Suferer.- -- J


es received in
, the Manchu-
n settled natis-
anment. Assur-
olved from the
that It will, In
as treaty ports
closed to the
Russian govern-
irmal assurance
government that
ly, oppose such
orts to be open-
I., I; Is galheredl
it lonis rL-colvoi
n, tils principal
liurli, and Ta.
iithl of ton Yanl

hat tinc ne.gontla
ininniil io tsuc--
hroadl li i'ns are
I'llll.s rolii lin. tio
U.ri'. ily I,'roightl
o bly .ei -r. I.iry
ii atl an m rini-li
s)'y 'in .I1LIiw 28,
ry -lpnrioil fcir
ssnilor ilitta had
ry till horiz'alion
ent to make tlie
w In process of
ledgea were re
Mr Hansan, the
g his call at the
lday.
Conger to dlfluio,
hlch lie Is nego-
t terms and con-
e new ports a e

he South.
the keeonet sat-
*rotary lHay has
two years in
Soapen door ;n
e has already
rtant to the cot-
utlh.
the promiml to
to tihe world'a
to the buireau
or from United
at Nlu Chwang.
ily open port In
,g ;the otton
ovinnr HP says


S SOLD BY MASTEN. PORS OPEN TO ALLI

a Offered to Highest Bldders.
Another Phase of .-Postoffice .i
ecandthr rops out. Agreement Reached Between

lRussia and Uncle Sam,
Washington special saye: The
fico lnspociforiiai'r investigating --. -- ..- ---
go made against John M. Maa- WILL BENEFIT THE SOUTH
now asslisant superintendent of l
,llway mill service and formerly
clerk of the first assistant post-
r general's offco. Manchuria Will Not be Bottled Up.
nan named Terry, now in the Co Far as Trade With the Out-
nment service, has made an aflB- side World is Concerned.
before the inspectors alleging Satisfacton Expressed.
Master, while chief clerk to thtfaton pureed.


1 i i -- I T tII ill 11 q 11-1vi,
Brief Summary of Most
Important Events
S of-E- oh-loy.


-Near Norway, S.'C., whore a ne-
gro was recently lynched and the
bleake threatened to exterminate the
whites, a negro killed a postmaster
Wednesday.
-At the convention of gunners Jf
Alabama, at Montgomery Wednesday,
a Texas bool weevil was shown. tak
on from a large plantation In Alabaini,
with the statement that the insect was
o'ing great damage to the crop.
-Mrs. James G. Blaino, widow ef
the great republican, died Wednesday
at. lte old homestead In Augusta,
Manne.
-The (Kentucky republicans, in
slate convention, Indorsed Preident
Itoos ~elt for 190-1.
-Riots have occurred In Chicago as
a r'istlt of the strike of truckmen.
ThI. polite were forccl to use th'ir
Ciillsr
-.At Maysvillo, Ky., a mob lynched
Tha'chcr. a white man, who had boen
given a life sentence for murder.
-It sa announced that Russia has
no Ilttenilon of abandoning Manchu-
rln.
-Castlro's force have surrounldel
C'llad Itlillvar. whiih is hold by tho
r.-bIls, antd ui attack Is expected.
-M. L)bet, a Frenchmann, Is In tlhe
Unlteol Stanie to promole his scheme
for an till rull route from New York
to Parls.
-It Is reported In London th it
[niterd States war ships have seized
of? tl,'c coast of Borneo twenty Islands
belonging to Great Britain.
-The Georgia County Officors' As-
&s-lallon held Its annual session tt
Warm Springs Wednesday.
-William L. Wilson, a prominent
fltizen of Savannah, Is charged w'th
having received smuggled goods.
-A hot political fight is on In Al-
gilata. Ga., for counncilmon, thie issue
being drawn between the Catholic and
A. P. A. elements.
-A Virginia nmn threatened to
court the first woman be found pl 'Lk-
Ing boriles on his lailn. The next day
he f.titind thirteen and all claimed to
have been first on tihe ground.
-In a joint debate at Compton.
Arl.. Governor Davis and Supreme
Court Judge Wood had a very heated
discussion, and but for the Interven-
tion of bystanders would have come to
blows.
-As a result of the charges made
against troops nt the Alabama, en-
canipment, company A of the Third
regiment Is to be mustered out of
serve Military men have some feel.
Ing against Montgomenry because (f
tie Inchllont.
-John M. Mashen, a high offnclnl
in the postal department. Is accusiiiJ
of selling offce.s to the highest t bid.
ldors
-President RotYcvelt will probably
not forward the Hebrew petition to
Illicala In view of the laIttr's atil-
tilde .
-ULlner orders from Washington
the battle ship Kearsargo will leave
Portsnouth and atanm across the Al-
lantic as speedily as possible.
-Il order to sc-ctro recognition lthe
Venezuelan rebels at Cludad Bolivar
aont al agent to Castro's 1orcus under
cver of the U.nlteod Stntes flag.
-A Philadelphia nman has j~to
reached Savannah In search of trets-
tire said to have L.-len buried (in War-
saw Island b3 a confederate blocka-ie
runner.
-The Aiguistn. G .. council Is In a
qiarnndary over the '-lrt tr'inting, The
Chronicle having refuscad to do tlie
work fItr thie rice contracted for Itv
thlie city printer.
-TIhr.'uei were drownoel Monday at
Pernacola. Flil., by the wreck of tlli
shlioonor Amelia Lyons.
-Tho case of EInt.'st lHaywood. of
Italelgil, N. C, charged with the mur-
dl'r oif Lillloiw Skiinner, has been post-
[i Illen d untih l Scttemljr"
--nialy d iatlli of boys are reported
frotm ii i irclj.w dito to thlie ue of toy
pldtols on July 4lth.


President Uncertain as to

Sending Hebrew Petitior,



BEAR'S GROWLS DISTURB


Czar's Warning May be Heeded at the
Last Moment-Prominent Jews
Call Upon Roosevelt at
Oyster Bay.

An important conference was held
at Sagamore HIIl, Oyster Bay, L. I.,
Tuesday, between the president and
representative Jewish citizens of the
Society of tLie U'Nal B'rlth regarding
the petition of the Russian govern-
mtInt ci the Kishlnef outrages. Be-
sides the president the parties to the
conference we're Slimon Wolf, of
Washington; O.canr Straties and Leo
1!. Levi, of New York.
The administration Iuas been embar-
rassed by the delay of the representa-
tives of the B'Nnl 'l'rlth Joclety in
presenting the petition. A draft of
the document was handed to Preal-
dent Rousoev-lt several weeks ago by
Mr. %',lf, but it was thdeded after
some consideration to modify the text
of the petition before presenting It
formally to tils goverunient for trans-
mittal to Ruslsa. Time was desired,
too, to obtain to the petition the sig-
natures of representatllv citizens of
the Unitotl States of all the religious
faiths. As a. result the document was
not placed in the hands of the preal-
dent until Tuesday.
The result of the conference at Sag-
amnore Hill has not been disclosed, but
a strong Intimation is given that the
petition may not be forwarded to the
Russian governtrient. The desire of
both the prosilent and Secretary Hay
Is that the Kinhilnf Incident should
be closed as uoon as possible, as flir-
thier d-lay In its consideration might
prove embarrassing to this govern-
ment In other diplomnllc negotiations
with Russia.
Inasmuch as the Ruisslon govern-
ment has indiciited by the adoption of
severe measures a genuino disposition
to punish adequately the perpetrators
of the Kl(llirnof murders and in addlr
tion those who, Instigated them. It ii
a problem ior the president and Secre-
tary Hay to solve, whether representa-
tions concerning the Incident now are
olfhor desirable or necessary.
Mimnbers of the Jewish committee,
together with Dr. Albert Shaw, editor
of The RIview of Reviews and ile
friend from England, Maurice Amos,
were the guests of the president at
luncheon.
Messrs. Wolf, Levi and Strauss con-
cluded their conference with the pres-
ident and left for New York by the
4:18 o'clock train. Prior to their de-
parture they nnnouncred that while
their cinfcreiinco had been eminently
satisfactory, ihey were not In a posl-
tion at this time to discuss the result
of their Intervliw. The petition in its
modfled four was presented to the
president, buit It is unloerntood that
ignatiures to It are yet being added,
and probably will continue to be add-
ed for sevo'ral days. While many citi-
zens of JewlsI faith have signed the
pclll lon, a niaJoritl y of Itio signatures
are those of persons of other rellglus
beliCefs It is learnedil that a statement
will soon lic nmadle by the state depart-
nIent In Washington which will dla-
chloo thie stips taken and (to le taken
biy thlil govr\'-ninilc nt, hul there are rna-
stisIl why lpuhlit, y at it hisa moment
slihullhl not i,:- given to the preclso
matlhidil of pro rliire.

KEARSARGE TO RACE HOME.

Speed of Staunch Battleship ls to be
Most Severely Tested.
C'aptnin Ilemphlll, of the United
Stairs flag ship Kearsnrge., receiveol
instructi-hns at Portsmnouth, England.
Tiiueslay to cilcnn the war ship's pro-
pellhera, fill h-.r bulikc.rs with the best
coal andl go at once at the highest
speed with natural draught to French-
mans Bay. Maine. This Is the first
occasion, in tniin, of peace, that an
Amorlcan battle slilp has been si.b-
jected to suili a severe test. It recalls
a similar voyage of the battle ship
Oregon during the war with Spain.




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Servia is a Peculiar Nation.

The People Are Clean, Hospitable and
Religious==-Something About
Their Customs.

By Emma Paddock Telford.


,J HE .S-iI iaIus. who call
i fl eiiselvps Serbs or Sorbs,
Sclainum tRInlt from a coin-
T, im11nislly of i.avls invited by
'1A OWl the mlAnperor Ih'recnllis to
People iliiiDitnuuittit nrds Inid 1 waste
by tli vr '. 'This s stock to-dtly, In
EuropI, iinu ubters o.viv' KSO00000,---
1.500,01) Iboling settled i lSe 'vl. By
Ianglllgigeo iliid race tlhy Ibelong to lt.us-
Bin, Inyl t11111inon sl a1n1g wi lli tlihi
Is: '"'ho (t'-rruiins hlbavei rtched their
dny; the English their tinlilday,; tile
lI'reiihi their flfterilooal; ilhe Italllan
Stlheir ceiii ing; tile SInhIIli'rds tlielh
Slight; lbut the ShtR s stitand oni the
,.lirthmhliihi of thtlr noritling." 'lThe
Semrvhlnnm Iir their nlelglilbrs, tim hlulglrinis. Whltn
they. adopted Chilaslltlitiy, 1a;rt of thli
people Joilned theo (lt(ok (.'Churcli i1id
part the C'hlrch of lHomte.
For a briu' period tlhiirtiig t1(ie re'igni
if f 1 inen1 1. Stei-iphen 11I)Ushnt11 froIl 1:::133
to 135i5, there w.s it p)ow>ii'tli,Setlrvii
knlligdoin, Iltluclldig Ioislli!, lcrzieov-
Ini iilit l IttU(ci o(1f .ic0t i. niti. u{ t u it'ior
.bi downfil ill itnl their (lls.strtus t light
oC his succor lit i K.sis\o;l tlie coum-
honfent parts of thills Ser\vii fell a.sunder.
S n-Illy of tihe Serv'ialls r('utii inI
Sdfleedoilla to-dity- hli tlie sectiont)l
tlowBn its Old 8ervili -whileo ile wair-
Ike Mo ontei iegrlls itre tilt il1(s:-colltlillnt
if t0he 'trist(crti'cy (of on 'ltliet Servill,
.lIV fld .to tl Ilioillt n l lI .l (s I ist'-s bIe-
wr.weou the A rlatli niit1 t .hi(d V;tyllhy of
'Seta,. after tile dl'efeat t i IK..t-'ovil.
'. In thi Ottomlln l\va;siholl thlne Scrvilmuss
long thl Da)eIaWnutl 're coluii''tied,
liaany of t.hie iiohiles. Ii ordhr to pr -
.erve, their privileges, ildopl.itg 3ho-.
.iitutnwd inistu. Tlh y ar wi lt'tle l i.iii l
'ered people, ltoweve.r, iinid do not in-
. ,rfere with thlirl, ('hisilli bruotlhers'
>f the Greekk or I)llnishii ('liIrc(h.
.The Servian Il:U11ltuiI ge is "flexlilth,
.iuSllcal ulld piowelrful. Sotll i.'s 1 he11trd

It .. .


are decided-)by tile vlltage chltersa wit(i-
out expense to thie Iltiglllnt,; 'lo conl-
1mo4 peop)t0li 'are gt,'ave iand r.eliglous lby
charilctelt, m1,iny of tlieni liolliing thrl'ee
dally prayer mneetilgs. "At thue ,tanlio
eall( Individual asks t hlilessin ol t hlo
food. In dr.ikllll, cg eeil, t-ihe toast of
tile etrvtlns is "to ttho glory of (1ti,;"
andd o otri, It Is. said, would tatltke lls
seat lit the head of Ai colti.vhil plnarty
who could not exteciporize a tsultallep


prnyer. There art few great land essential feature. When King Alex-
owners. 1Each family owns the land it undtr was mirrlied the wedding wita
4', ^ B ^ ctills,' n11(d wian th te most Imperfect celelrated wIll ith a inute observance o1l
S4i'eth1ods o f agriculture t n na214 toalges to i t 4 tri lllonli ceriemonilles and CU(1
lirniv from it a liv-ellhiod. i o' r ttheret k tChurch.
S' ea rely i third of tI ground is un- As the Queen desce nded frot'm hi
Sdet culti 1Ivation, however, owiEg5 tou it Te1tige a itlece of itI' IOnEn inwover
fCt that l't there e po few ny In.oet'1rs. In li -oiliutry ws Nai)cipred upon til(
When\\'l ii cultlv tor is not able will th e i nt Ind. As ti on ll s 2li0 brittt e c iiossed
lihelpi of his fnilll y to hliiaur' t his olwn it, it w\\rs rolled up iin order' int1 no(
Ithty ,or wheat I lt canllt upon llhis nIcig l- oth Iir foot might t'retd ullon it. At
ihols, a11nd in r'et11r offers Ills 11own sr- h' outtral'te door of the( o lllk, hie
'ivH',es. At the riid of te lill htrv t Is i i un11 t pil' (1 ri 'Iild a slive of 'seel colln
lfst lval cl lled thle illo(,', ovw l' It tll 1 ii f 1w ii i te ll Queentook ll(threc hIt li
anIt %V0o llien lngl ge iin the Wl1n, Ior t si g 2' th 'e ovr her head,8l t
untionat l dance. At I nui n~l (11'liS c-Ir(,1 e Is 1h 1 h(,I (' Ollilp ti the sleye 11polic l the
formlled ol men and wuoi l ten 11 riti(,1111m1, grt in.( )
KiNh EiTiEl ut c., E VIIlA.o1h ioldllltg nliti other tby tie hand or ( ) the hrli eI h hold the lbride wI.s pro
Swal st. i n tlie cotre the g3'ypsy t id rented t wllt a ithlate of bollnbos, o lne I
iv'erywhere, aind 4 tle wilnider' g pl)y t24 11ntional ll'Ws.


loriel- nnf ervina e. Sit( 1 h hIs pri-ror to 1111111)H, Xl(lo(huted, wlt\tgreat" ilhecorllUp.
:lie de ciat Iassov T i re y oNft Scilltarr 4l l (I ollc1 ls'lt loi'. II to rvh s l i h t1 )'
oind of the lgrad tl oldt li 4lis o 'i the sr cnt 2 Vlite t (i he i oks l n 111l lll11 '
Dreek ChurIIcell. 0111e noti(WOO Wt A to futuro w nmm gfrnm rOwn, Austria

ph i ess d 1oIt iQ' 8l it t1. tIl' it (of t llt(he y1hi lyi single



neoutylitiro us land, I.l wii it rl and likv t(he i Siutlih of iinlanld. TIi' le slops i


Is crap ile of' de'vel > it i il 1110 ci l t iva- li i"q w, ',lwil'e ieilr, he 'rries, ]uii i. 1 1 "i


A MIDI L%-CLAHfI HERVIAN WOaMAN II
HI1OM 1( DIPESM.
which' h e sh l itltlt'c betw w en. iher lipt
w hitle Ih, Khlg it ooff Ite othet r alf
The1 I hli'gro(iit lt(en tiok Into hi
:t'It,' i. talw l)ior11 Ioy, lInt for thil
sl 2' 4 'll t ( t1'lt161l ) yt 1 11 1 I I tnln sr. Alex

n111. otf the (~ iue'n, who. tftetr kissinng
1h1u tlll't e thlnm, returned with him tc
hIlls Inotleli with the presen'lt of a new
shllr'l T'llis chill i (called NaIkonyete
"tl he llos t ,sg !llhti l. '$
1The4s( attorvit) corn enotJe411 troat tile

ti., while tih 411h11ed Willon metani
Stlhit filo ).I1tternss sIIall diltle then
After till thelset ceremnonies thle brid(
Iustl 11 till stand a1 t he tilhrel ohlI until'
lrovtld with 1' loft of i)roldI n ndei
',ltli',r lrl'n ll4d 1 41 ottl e of winI4 in hl10
linnils, sl.t n ters her flitltre lhole01l
SWrvhoan wolmin are good housekeep
ors iilldt travelers rejoice to flad scr.rntpu
lmus helanlhtnll ess; ilowy sheets ind coin
fortille hl hedllilg-cmentiathiils lacking it
11fost of the(, other Bllalkll 8attitce. Thil
pole(,l)'1larel c'xtre(nel0y fond of takinl
their imt108l aIl fresco, nl(l litlrly il
'Ile hIots of tfilhe altle riad. linrge
t.w..... hn v' t'nv i Plrmln g-gMl rd lnl InIcllok'(
VIV l lihi' llltidrlhilteral fornied by thelh
1 tl9,?ri.nlllineles. where all slip in the
-pl,'n aill. bulrrollilde(d bly trees and fluw

The' woanrn of tlie cliles combine Eu
I "':lu I nilI )rlentaln fashions ai I thL ell
dr riss. An e'llI Il' hlered skirt anil neck
.rilcihhf ouvcr IIh busit, hIeld l Ilanc(
with flowers fir a gold Will. A Ileair
Inr4.r';1de.t sash Is usually throw
nroullid il) ( waist and hangs In fron
of the gay silk dress. wlilch is made II
KING ALEXANDEID- .NI) I;.-QUEEN I)I A:(, J'IIl; I:tLI.I o 1 El," I uropean styl'De. Analbundance of Jewe
V,\, W'lt) '':l. IIECu CNTLY AHBASIRINATD. .lfry 'vompletes the ecosatme, whose
WERE teatllty Il uI:rred by the foolish custOli

As a people tile 'ervlitns are sn|i)IIilb'- Lilles bloom on all ile hill sides aund of dyeing the hair and stalnIlg the eye
minded, bo lIlrable, Lolneti. l linllied. Lowers are everywhere, i,rowi isud Ilp. The arrangement oi
There in a rneat iJllJuldicu saganllt law- The pig has always been to Flervln the haIlr li peculiar, a slilek black brati
'Ye al r thrtugl t the tn. 11dthey tile chief source of her commerc(il (collei. around a light scarlet fes, It
'hale Ia the interior what are known as wealth uud the prime factor lu politics. crowh covered with embroldery.-
*'iaoieliRatlopl Iit0sees," In which case Unatl twenty year eago, nlaumerable Brooklya Eagle.


whleh kept trickling out through tlh
rye.
"That's the way your prlestt inkeo
fools of you," crled thl( Cznr, utnd- pictk-
Ing up tlihe ilnlgit Ie took It honle will
h111l to-ndd1to Iii4 collection of cjrlos.
rhe dfirt hulldling, liowev'i, which
Peter 4,reeted In fllip city nfter lhe -fort
wan a chrlll'c.
At n sHtna dinner eter wasn wont to
elcournge drinking ind s1cu11 flitng, ns
he sal Iti prolnoted good fIllowAslip.
Ior this pllrpose he nFnw thnt thff ttnllte
were never f1unilshe'd with Enollgiu
clanlrx to goonround. .Accorllligly, the
dinner Starter off with. a free fight for
seats, Those "who failed to find sl intm
were compelled etlher to Ait on tlhe
floor or go without. forio. Neither were
there enough i nnpklns; 2il4d tlfter lipe
g1uestsx who oltalnedci ehn'ltrs- wer' seat.-
ed tliey hian l anothllr battle. In the
snmRi' way thllerP was t nlwiiyS 4111n li.
lufficlent llirnll ter orf ilWi'hn aiind kiilven,
RO that ninny of ihi' gllrtls wer.' (cIIom-
pclled to dividll a clish or nn 1anllln
utcuill lbetweenI them. to Illh do'rlalon
of their more fortuinalt fel-ows. 'The
Czar cheered on tll coinlinltnuts. uil
the greater the noise and confu'iloni
the mrore lie aIppIIIudIeI tlhe rolterers.
To ench guist wiln given an grenl npi
of brandy, nnd cills fnlry pullout wasn
followed by gollIets of tokay wine.
-Consequernly, Hlie greater Iprtion'l of
the aoMemnliug1c IJecnrall I-lftlilci lie-
fore even te nolllr wrns ne-ted.
Throughout thP mennl great liumpors of
dnrk betr were pnsed aroaunl, nnd
Petipr, lsling at lthe head of the table
of honor, iarrolunded With carpenters,
shipwrlghts and mechanic, shouted
to the spnators ald. foreign l 1tnassa-
dors peattered petmaell around the
atlu. sabls.


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herds of these onamls.l anlmfit w 1lW
fattened In tlie glades ot tho vamr
beeclen forests. They were brought"
III tci'ovPs toward thie Danube and 0sol
for tonsumptionl I lii1 Austria and HIun
lry.. Now I ie onk forests are de
V11i'i'ilt' to :i g'v'at extent, for tile 8er
vian rnAk'sH rium Iic sll buIt never give.

ilt'rywhtir. S iiill Wouller thal t l'rhici
A\lexiss n f'er\w yti ngo g lioild linhve fo.e
t111'11ioall 'ii 4 to iin) 111 111h a llan ici
l)iiwtci, lilllili" niid llivo tdnlgiiner ow
ii .\lllT irrlClli ii illlum lie I)o:'k pIiCker i
"'All iI I tihe trade.,"
The Serviani womlanl, according to on
cichnlt triidition, holds an Itlnferlorl ann
sooinewhatt srvlle position, nnd not un
til she becoliesC tie llother of Clhlldrel'
d(h)cq sl t alllolut to mull chin tile estl
nlnl olll of hor family. :
Tills wss one of tile resons that Lm
polled Qnuen Dr)raga to try and palu
of, Iher sistiter'. child tas he.r own. Ii
tlle .wcddiIig ceroilonly the presence
of t new born child Is deemed a mos


PETER THE GREATS CITY

S1Ittttti'tt

Madcap Exploits of Gzar Who
Changed Russia's Capital.

4 Hl ftt t .

S E YOI1K andt st. Petors-
I loing 'ilili 'ld thi 'll bil-th-
111ii\' rC ii nly 8. erh ill
L comeumlnornting its fountfli.
". Il. m .tioli r'cc:llIe tile itll!ne of 41
P' Peter., One wns. Peter
Stuyvestint, tilth oitllier l'.tr (le (;iGrOat.
The conlmei rcil capital ofr til Aneit'
cns. looked Iback i oT Its 2)0 yi'ears ot
nituliclipl life and i'tJoi't'l i2n1 Its rise
front a group of lints witll a stocikado
to the second city it the world, Tl'e
hlluprlnl cnaltnl of tlie ilussiakl eixlted
-in the fict that It was not olly the
youngest of Iuropenal ctpalltflls. It, it
hinlf a ir'utully younger thiul Its Al1Uel't-
canu rival, nnd retold its two e1ntllrii's
of wnrfare against tlood, ])I ttilhnc(' ilnd
insurrectlitl, in tlhe trlnisAfornmtion of
thi hoogs of tlie t{Iver Novln to i1 clty
of palaces and eittliedrals with a poIpl-
lation of 1,500,000.
lThe remiiarkaile orig'i of St. Poeters-
blirg lans canusetd revival of IilCteri1-
tiounal Interest in tiht still llloe iren('1ark-
able character of ils f'ounlder. StntetH-
In0n of foreign inflionts wlio nre watell-
nlg Ilusin. just lnow 1 th I.lpartulltnr
oanxlty haiv'e pnusled in thlt'l( rePdllll
of (ll'ipatelt'l s fron K lshlllt, t. Port Ar--
thllr andl 8011l to eolltsiistr tie kind of,
11111 w lho t llrst rollsed llssil flroill l1
nnt'elit Orientalistu, wiho tirst oirgnii-
Ized its srvily,-1.lnillt it first slip iis 11
wh a ho ttl Slrte th lllon his lare,(r of
expansion fromn tihe ]illlc t 21hi l'a '-
ellle and from thle Arclie to tlh tlroplcl.
Such a b)ackwAitd view ol'f ttli life l'
Peter tileo (Gr.t. rellects ti stirlll sl coLi-
Ilnuit:on of (itrts whillc' l nt, lrst sernm
a Inedley,. Ills great d(cctli, willhl so
Clearly illustrnte Ilh, lte t''s ver.1' 'ce, .the
courage, the inilllillon iiand the2 will
power of tile Russilln, arIil(, Intermingled
with stranuige, almost friiklsh esc.
prides. For example, thls Iloluniar
would devote hlls ittenltionll lit oll1 tl2e.
to tle building of a clhtlhidral; on nil-
other occuslon l le would et up a fool
for a Patrlareh, till hilm with wie, andu
thlen cause the druntlen wr(vQtclh to be1
uiArrled In Iligh stHnle.
Modern I Ruslanus, iow\'velr, ir' fllrnni
In relntlig botli the ol0l2ol atnd tih' gro-
tesqul nea t of teirll' gr'eatl ("'urti 1n I11-
llclttlve of tle mHiniggil of ti'he Siln
from Ibarlbrisi to the el cvllmtion lof
tiho )prsent! (line. It wns In Pec(rt tho
Irat ll It h fleorcesorols f llgI1 :In1. n(1lk'-
nlesm. Illt n1d batltlled. 'Now Iflite..oil,
.Aow thle otlberl, conqueretid.
IThose whio (ire so Itltleitly s ililying
the Russiann of the twenlttthl 'eentnr'y
bocnuause of his tsrentleluoll8 ihlthliil'ce Ill
tile world's lpolitics inld a Ip)Mulanr
signiflcllenne ll tile -wild side of P( tePr'
[Ichracter. Even at the ipres (t t (llm
tlie question Is Iasked: Is It(imUla still
bnrlarlc?? VlWhat will slie do next? AI
1oi1nllrlson of Ille s1avilgo l'c(tr witli
the lhIss5ihin'of to-(day shiowst how fill'
In tlithe .two Ilullldr'ed yellr' tihe Itus-
lan mlliid lhas softc IIed, i(d tihus 1or-
l' allows to a crtll dtlgr'l'c'c Its Tfiltllnve
ev'eloplicnlt.
Th'le tIalms told of I'eter labound witl
nialnny nlllidclip elploltH, w-vllcli Illor
recent wrilt('r hiv rI OV(i d ni)saIn1rd.
Aitonlg the stories, liow'vru, whilli
hiave not Iert wllii posltlvr coiitr1l-
(llclioiu tlicri, ltre .ilinly wVlilcl woult
st'Oll to belolig illori' to fltllon tli1
to hilltory. For extuint)le, It: 1s reiltite
tlint during thile eanrliest days of St.
Petesl'Hburg the .inihabltanns re'yvltlcd
agnlist l livinIg it'Ore nny longer In
Ilie first' yelr o11 liliti'tred t1ml4imlid
lutd died fromln pI)tllenlc ulll Ilooid.
The' riots and floors of tho house(
wero HO 110nr ItIP WneI(l'rt' rcl gt' Ihat
revris r1n1vnKge ti(he1 tolg liilliy. Vi11N1
Stlio Itter cold of i wlitir, whlitl the
tcnl] St'grCes lti4ow >Z'l'(o, ti'tot' I' 24 tliu h
ilnny hIitlrdy ('o(Sitlck wlio I4nd h i '411
ronmp)'llhid to etllh, tlierc. At.cirdihlgly
th(,. leol )hi sougllt (lice ir14sl.4 tti hlti'i'.
rede for tiliilfl itil 1441 11'I( < Ihlir d1 '-
pnrilnrr iruI''On tie lInttl i tow.'iI
'T'he( Ci~ar wiia living llil'rc nt llx.(,
tllim In n woodl n lent, t.iwblrh tH 1Il.
prclr1's('cl,. Ibtl4 lao Il 'l.sl. wntlc t( ii( llli
Petcr was (oal of towni. 'Tl cnl they
called th lio nlt lllholn of lint nitlltigtla
to a l.nge 1r of (hIe luhsIRd VltKin,
which wi s wee ''l)ing col)ously.
"Outr .Iict('sd 1,aLdy WC''ps fo'r he(!
ilcklturl 111(1 dental wh2cl h lhc illicts 1u1.
.lie ihld 11 lli( this valley of o'Irow,"
snld tlthe pir'5t5H.
T'i'I cOlllutinillly hlid"lehtn le(ft lil
charge of Coaunt .(Ialofkil, -ld4 tlhe
pount, In II 1n'n1, B<"nt (postlhamtdt for
b2a mnsttr'. Tl'lcrc Wan nuo thnlt< lost.
Peter ws lIack liooforc: li wans. expect-
ed. A. Poon 4 hlie swIV thle w(,'pClln
Imnge h< lotre off til lacklt of Its hI'ild
ihld dliscoveredl liollow lIlAll d With oil,


"Drink ihenriity Driln heavy! Drink
It nil1."
Ai tucl. dtlii'ra the Cxnr often ilnyedl
I ~I'Il .'11l .loIr uoi hlis 111 lies w hs i



illtli Ii tlh 2. N4' liii i 1. i 11 l 12. l'. ii lilrill.I
w ould llinoit I i', i lm n l iill ii. ll In iir I-
(rls iu ld itll-' ii. idri iiid I iIll.- ti ll,i .11
.%gnit1 Lhe11 Cz.ii" v+\ uhl% II i i i '<1 i ii I 1C
A i'co ilrl'e hind l ', v.ii ..il 'iIi i t lt h, iiI ,i I
A% li that of it"rm1 n or <\llt" f, .
Other dllinCrl, il, i'ordl Iig 2i Roil i'. hi
h1ughi"e' of tclhiitlals ortai.t'fors, V 4hen
'e('er was In Ilolloud worklllig s i
ZIullndatah hipwlright t ,tlht he might,
leiu' thll shipwright's arlt aud ittro-
dtu1.( It Into Rilsesin, .hi learned tltitt f
reelellton hIlAd broken out tliongl tilted
Nirll izix 0. or iluperlnl bodyguard,i
Quickly retuilriiKg liloulI he put' down
the insuirrectioni and lihen ordered ni
greit diilntr to be held to eoiinui'nrr-
a1t' lths viittory. To thoso wlho htad
Iic'ull ft ltii l il to Im In 11i h lis Itbs) ilct' lie'
ot1l''iedl i4ll re''llrds. Th' lvtwenty
let'el's l oif II' rebels, Iliowever, werte
led into tlie hiinlE'iiut liill and executed
lihtcoret til gin'.ts l. P'etor Is stid to
hIr itic'ted 4is 41 x ('cuiontl'r hIImsIelf, iaid
tfl'ti'r ce'li'l t4st lit' would iullfT i glotss
oIf \wine n11d ill'u strlikt, oty' tlie helnd
of aI Strelitz. The ot(ill'r illnsurr octloll-
ists werte put. Itl dIleath O1l til wvhoteel
O( by) tll,' iax 'iiitd their liilds w 're,
tilrli xeil o l pik os iloulg lthe streets.
l.'eocr' s ojoiulir In Ilolt llud in tilie
gullfUc of' II dSdi1)l)Ill e tr nlld ils vltislt to
E1nllglind to stIl(dy thle whAli viel's Ind
('11 iiinOlrchi life (of ldonll)ti wer f2llh'ed
w-tIi tt l i rllliing hi etinsl in i eeping
\itllh t lkind oI'. niiilit Ve wu s. Soon
iilt'l ir his irr'iiv l (It ZIlialittimo rolwds
Iegl II I*t)o i ',sing,' his hI ulniblo i)plirt.-
iitnills (t s o' hlilm. ('rowl(vH ailwaVIl prlr)o
voked P't'let ', til thi gilis ll i hl went
lilnto ai t11 is 114 i of l ii tl i l t I tli -iM of
highly norvolls i liti on, Tilt, iit ight of tlito
yollln llt 1iii l n w illhn li1 'lh ,4lh ,1r11, ilovov
offt l tihe curlio s tlil'roll iln Ii inil' llit
i notid no lldisctlomiose lhi wn l altld-
lniils.
I n I hO lid n ii Hi h o I ( I'mgi ll dm' l i ill l h <'li
Ill L ndolI( C(11 1 olwr l hnc l4S t wS114111
11rolvwdHc lt il or ii o itn iot n ll 'n h it

onff 1he sidewllk lit e1 linudliely pulled
up hll uls te'(i. for f ilght. 'T1 lit Mar
qu111i f CI ruIrItI ll'ii 11wis with 1111 (nd1
the Englimsh lord l in ( icail:i
S"Lookl here, yolu ii lnd Do yol IlUnow
whotl 'yoil hlisve liisull td?. Thlis l mli
liore 11 hle Czar of litushi."
But tlie porter did not lrecoll, Inltleld
11he threw oi-lt hi chest id ilimnl ed
hlnildly:
"''2 lr, hell? W ,ell, we're ha1ll ci.t'ts

.ir returning froi lnugtlnid 'Peter
wi sitruik wilh Ihe llitstii ( it' of tho
Ai l'llt e' itul ( I tot lil i ti iI 'nryt ilen
w i cli they 111d 1 liihrlt' d 'roi ll their'
foriner, il.lts(trH, ut'i T'iiTliir4a. Accor'd-t
iIngly hi l)e ii bgn t 'crumi'd', gnalnst tlio
great long coit.s tiind uitiggy trouiItler,
which he siild i pirevntd lluth ltalsHiln
from keeiplg up wilhl 0t('ir Wsteril
ielghl)oir. IIHl nii ilni ters li' d coulrtiers.
were thunderis'rliuck. Sul Ili riteformn
Wiis not olly revol4tillonltiy, they sould,h
lbut would de'st loy iittl' litilon utterly,
Theli llisliill4 wmIld h4ive Itheir 'conlt-
tillIs idriggiig on t lie il rol tor they
would pierlli.h
"You wi Ill ut offl yoIur coltlltill-s or I'll
it Ion' 1your heIds!" ihoulted 1'eteur iu
Spassi)ion. Tlie tcour(leri' fillnlly de--
chlrd th1li thelr hnit were of mioro
conHeqlueii)(Ce itlid Hu112lcily oIl'yed', 'Thie
coattaillH eRilic offl'. 'Th'l til ri' oyi'l 'e.
former ordered tile loeird ol'l. Thila
wail hlealillig In Ijry on ilmillt. I
"\Wllt WttI niorlu i belttlfll l ifli) A
iheaird relachiig to tOlw wilst aiid cover-
Ing tfie o eliet like it iihnwl'". n'I ukedi t.ie
liolhe ioyrt'. An Insirrectlon WAlRs
lininlin1no1. o Pe 'ter eilinigeed1 hi tile 1
I hHs ligh tly, bull t f it ('the 4: In e tllii elx -
ec(uted A nl nt tiliAillI'cS M Oi110 II4 Y xitxllg
every lollg hlierd on a iolhde 100., tid1
lllit of fh i lte(, iilry in 'erTll i illi f ll
.H 11 1i vt'l ry t iitic y o if'tt (t w l, cilty
(llef4 l Atit. 4 t.st Ilit- I ev(' l tt lII II
hitiltl(i5 -r'r o11t, Ilit. tottvly the I)ei (wrd1

tioolhi" s.' Jil t 'eieor as t 'l t ixs<1w l.-
dited i.wasny. "They' lniti 1'ltllt'r luivs'e
I2h2h' Ileaids pullhidl o0it hit' liy htiti
t2it4 14 im c th lit ln oan' all a t Oi4't."
ti11lly tiherer w(:rl otily tiel rdsh ft; i tlt'o coui't, n cid 1't'i 1i
Otllg ht t l e'i -' t nil trosg l ors Yol e ( 11' iiy iliI
salv'd- t' t24ill lilnmilf Iefore li (0o41rt
bllued wlih ligtc's nl4 d 14 ilnlii4444tnr()i'.

lle' I'l'li to UCifua'que Iltin,
.8lu'h 5VtiS it bridle of 2lhrce wss'eet'l, fitlld
her eyes were retl ittild swolliln 114 uIi
lc'aniec over thie gilte of liemu, Htlieli
i2ln4d hol e o iend lalked to her neigh-

"Yell, 111y. liUnlinud ld 111I 5oL1I words
witi e lull tiiismOlng,' slist stlli, " lit got t1i1t'S thei worst of It."'
"I lt-r gihl, that will n1vor do," slad
tlho lxIerte ,ne1d timiurorl, "'i out ('iiic'1
afl'ord l o Btinrt hI inafrrled life t(lit.


Hloatlswori For NIrvers.
PiyMl'nil tiullllre IN r Iatli o411ii11 u g t lrii Iitl IH 8 liggK silve of
Ii sirll'tINt IHI, tuiile n111'1 "11 rofe1o(lt'4.'
Il 1i 4 ti l flishh lllh' lit] 44 dily Iof irl'l'
ild 1111 1 H1'l)hl0ii gy lt tIlike aI .i'omii' rm nt
1o4l0 e 1 'hI ool o0 r gy0 !nili' linH' l. ThlP '11111
ntt e of wiomnii, i however, who ('(In-
not 1ifford the ri ilhder exotrlililiIi liltloln
lit tlh in l |(hollm' inny li, liter twl'( li to.
kn iow t-hIt I ioure 1i Ill 1 h Iiiial'worl Is
J.alt is proIti(l vtI e of goitd rl'4, i ltl, itt
donlle( lu lllr lg-irlly lihn Int +lltl -ot *r.
dole.
''11i- ordlinnry ivwoil of. tite' hotitcl a Ii n
"mire cure for islltiiti llt i iid Otrvui-

inIlkii -w, i-.t a -wi o liinl II ln ioi stifl-
ou I itr i Ilerll li tatti 4m4 lic' very line t Ir -
el (cPf( ,I', fic',lti lIt y tirillw g It1 pilay
atll Ihe I"i tillei Il i4 ,-- itll d i g 1gilie aliB 1
d&'v<*lop tlit i tio.y vh-,lil ly, IHotll tt'orki
Is 1 I II e -.li i 'll i- f -l : I I s, 4INi 1 d i- ln.
14lee) Nill Ir piid "il.
Thin. body iilll Iil ,rmlliliii"r exIt r l'
If guoe lhinillI ini lt lil- l .xiLllted. An
(ielnlSilititi l ive ei m1l de I ii llhile street
i-il'. i4 ii itll' k i a ill "I fhir l corner to
Se., ni frilllnd itnll xexirilesre. The old
11ainl ge' lit i4ISllmie IN j)-c.Ilinlhy It1o lhe 1 i-nlhlers of the i ply'i-
ill I liui i ,epli), whi o ll ve bail long
llnl uf ll ofil 111mv otten lest the
power to wii(k niuIl hIlive i ilen oblied
to If'arn ovci lnuilln It In just so with
arllsi, buck, liuimn". ilidollinal inuachu.
et'. Thry llnih lhi regularly exercIaed
or they uwill ioi do their duty liaI tihe
physical 'ect'IiiliYil. "
The shlnil'l'. i r nI dt'dlis.. tilIoughl
Scorned just bltieliil tlipy are so
shili tpll in1 : 1.i'rlvie., aure often the
most, Cfft11erf 1m. ..
Let Ihe women wlou at oak I a


by lnail Ilen di oft igold,-
Notlintg il danltler than the horge
ualr brntd for toques.
Vinlngti of a coutrastlng color figure
oni iirty of thrs aiyllsh liner rigs.
A biack and whie checked taffett
llthling lult is excI'eedhlgly *iiatt.. .
]T4lts of piqul nitdl other fabrite Are
worn to natchl the litrt wallt uilt.
tlat, pnarslort and idh In ti a I tong
color nre smart nciesoriilg ir white
dresses. '
For an all-black drele'l'at nothing :
lovelier thall mallnreq In folds ot Uity
pleating,
Smart .belts afe. o0f Wbltp calf of
potent t.lether with pearl buckles In
larneidi pattern.
S'he deep btle, and- green com bin '
it.le tI frcquiily, varied into sky blue
with deep greenn, .
Long and narrow buckles to be worn
at the back of the bell are steadily
Increasing In favor.
InI the jewelry line there Is a fa
for bearts and crosses, plain and elab- '
orately ornamented.


Cornflower blue Is the flrst chqle;
for blue molainr and voile dlreses- tI '
deep, rich and yet bright shade., -
A quaint little shoulder cape whilb I
In lmeleroi effect t athb rout has an
old-timeyl box pleating about the edge.
A bell of bright red morocco is fast'
eund, without the. buckle, by a broad
bow of leather from under whlcich co,.
two lIoop a4 two pointed lcIs. ,,,'
One oe the imnlrtest hats noted r'",'
seatiJ' was of while strnw, with 'il,,
Of rt'blWd prone ou eitherr side Th
Were held dow4 by green elvU e
I454 IO
'-.1'


E HFaT



MIRROR PAINTING.
A 'tal llInn For INnlnv Iia'lI) I a t i ii I% iiirn
M

----


wny.'"
"I Iknow It! I've thought It nil over,
nnd when lih conies homtl to-nlight I'ml
going to brig hilm t terms sO q clllk
thalit he'll hardly knllow wlint'Hl Imp- '
polled."
"Well, It'W only rigilt Ito llow somec
spllrit I What nre you goling to tin'"
"I'll bring Iup the snlubfJot agnin, nnd
then I'll cry!"- Ne'w York Press.

Thla Csvlry norse.
'lle cavnlry horsOe irH no natlonnl-
Ity. The exlgenclpo of wrr tlDd huilt
turning from rural eenetI fromn tlhe
Indil of is1l birth to distnlnt lields of
bilttle, al involUltuiary part lemialit In
thie strif of iittldins.. .lie 4 aI f resli
product from the rageg, from the lllls,
from thie breeding faorm, from ibe gi'rat
liorrf mfaritet. 'lie ilglns 5ei'.riec ne a
four-yearold, not being st wrong or
tonughl rnOugh to begin much ceiriler
Ihtin tiint. ie may last one. two,, four,
HI, h(e'ell yenrs 1II l.ue of pIElnc e. lI
Inny Iel the veteran of Pevernl 'anim-
ipnlgan III llmen of wnr, nnd Ihe fi R(liu
to dmserve the persloiial pronoun.
Ilnlmllini Ils Traliing.
It Is wrong to suppose tllat the rnv-
nlryman break his owi horse. TL'lI i
animnini come nalo the service trinlu-r
shinply to.mudidle nndl IrJidlel, to lnilitr
Pnd rope. Thrue tIlie icivnirylinn piuls
ti1 thlfe lrofPeslonal oi-liis, IFren iai i
his molilunt fl trickK of lli- Irnadil, Iie
.wny to lie down nt r comlminil. Ile- way 1
tI clear obstacles Ih( wny to klnet,ll to
atond and to kep'l Iperfe''lt iilgiiielit
in tlu ri.nks w oliioaiit fimrlilB aud kick.
nlg; tie way Is, wl'il on tlii turns byty
('oleumn of fnoui', tihe way to walk. tp
trot, to gallop Ils r oluliluy, Tbh cave
alryniao'w training.Is merely their Ijgbli
a'lji c.. Tn r 'a ,Wra ko anipf),
4 :44


try a course ot the phyltl-6 j -
housework, andl Ree for tbemsetlilel
what It cann o for their rnprlcloilu ftp*
pctltr nld strnlned nervea.-Americau
Qli eI.

T'he Americsa Wonmn.
IOlw the Atllilrlealn olniil lippeared
il thi eye8s of .lMnx O'lcll,'whioe reI
cent ilr-lih wna nlameted In the United
Stliite,'. I.'iigllnid, IFrinco nnd wliruver
lils um liilllliilluir r wl it sl iin xlan ill llll


I .... ,, I ,,,I, ,iit t.-1 l ;Le .- r -,. ir .,l ," nd Id gslg ial; philomophy of
,t" 'll,. .. s -,' t'. l 1.n ,,' .. 9l'tit4 n l<, il t int thlugm fouad aluirer., can
1. 1 i ,y d h.t44 ltult ly tf ti.,v iltji t e I i i le fobiowing excerpts
It ', ..' '' 1 Ite 11l, ui c,,,ied from mi.l vrltings; ,
pinit' .: Ito llviedg' ti 0o "il aii perfectly convinclced that the
*'4 4' k c n d t t Aiu'rlucta w'onu m l sm seubred for ier.
ik'.l 'k:i"t l '1I 4441, 1 to,. t" t,'o bttdet i'i
hbou i ll AI W 1 n 14 '. 44' .u tim 'l m self the sibet, th oftmio t h 'tb rth tat t
"b u t l i 41 1 \ th ll il oil > t.)III iwassiblc to .ecure la this world."
'over. 1i1'e lm,1ijttt't i 1 r I tt 11 mysii y14- "If I could ll hoole nmy sex anlid birth.
-trIva of oslll. 4 i ftpii'e, I 4wotld lout to the Altniglitt
tVi t color'ed iohic suit I sh1, w,,1k : l i-wce:wo
c n be Obtinl 'e. 1v.i 0,. il, n 0 the top of lily voice: 'Oh, please,
uny wo ameht to apply 3 i'i,. i\e ke meo al tin ericalln Wom1 ni' .

Mirrorm aintnH, g Is .4cttitn >It "Tl'h-' Amnerleau" woman exptv ts a
esyoff oi .clloril, Iti 2 It t. ,.44 444 r'lunilthil ll'('lih to )eereted yve'r each
tt.lned with tlowors are pp lrtit'ltlt y 1> 'vay til'tug witc h he sll to
grilti ylufg. For Ilitilitee, 'it 5I i.y4 l ld i t' t 0 It."
flow' s et u lil e lbe p limited nsM ily, slitoo 010 o o h A m
th rt I' s I' t .4 r., 4kg l lttliid, li d thll t owo1 ','r ''h.. l (it io ilt* en t o (if llt Ai iorlrctalm
tli, 114 ,0t 1 sim ply n oli 11l ll id I ,lt. T .h'ti 1 l4ih Is l i t ,i lti'p'ti lih. It t is 2oi It
clrt t etdt hi otuly t ohluc ''oIT' llionariilhy; it is a gynarihy, a goverg-
color s li e sol fit, sllch flwty t )iiln for lhe wo en, a
ns rosP-s, h' ntils, pis. ion lo 'r. s o t Stlt of oc'i.t power hinlld the sceneS
J slilil, sp ',is m ll'he li'itei' ld n t htit ,i les the colll'try."
thm miltrror ilr )( hunt l ti itdroop( igiii *
Si)l tys fr1 toi itl 1 lop of tile glal.1ss to ,i tlilolot help thinking that there
tl < olh ,i ,,exist in mo(il> Aimeirlian woumtn .s
For li lt pri, ht uil,)(.et clloo-e i t little mild contempt for that poor crea.
hIrai ch r li ,lli k, s or it n )'ly of turl'e t t Ih tI illi 41 "
lIls,8. MNIt4r ,t, av', tn-ltih III el'dItilen *
this tesonl, it ll sl.tI es n1 l i(4 .1 s\ I h v6. ,o hlestitaton hi 4doclaring,
aliqd or, u t's oi' ltir, s i wil after six vWitAs to that great aid hos.
l'lqu( or has ll.s ovi r ,mu.intli., i laltable- country, that tile Amnerlcau
Cn d in ny sIue ar gi Ol1t ofi good slctyi re pyolbaly
.erilly frim d lle it onilk. Ali.1441tr 1,1 h4lloulti tlie most litellige'it, bright and bril-
remoi io the ,gll.s Cfrti tlhe frtit1 lid itll t n d c rtalily thi el t c4't ted
plae it.on c'neis' f or pllitinltlng. E<.n ihind mst .Intereiultig woeni la the
wheu the wooden flrnimo is to be tr' t- w .orld. "
ed Its n p.iirt of thil pi)'tltre I t i well to w *
paint tilh mhirt r l i r,; anii then pit olt. : "Ole aft.'r a lecture h4 f ilngland, I
thi nt14.l lilt It tr. su-r- ecolvedh tho c'lard of a yomtik Amllrletill
Tlt' f tl o 4gn, iro l put upon tlie r- ndy who wisl to speak to nm-'. hld

n oi i Iiig of til. deslit 1i5 Il t) a : lde t 1ame lcd birotighlt 1 tIlher i tiher an t
uI itpoi o tu i l'y tue li It iI' 1 t21 n1 1ani, wio l all the tlnieo tood 1n
the retr. Whim owe parted als left,
ilsy 1It, ho 1li si' 1t 'I i wolt 211, tcrtfollowed by her tMtother, Tbeu I di,
n143, ii' ttie dhsletgn tiwein r g' <\overed the man l who salid to 11 4W ilOitu
pr illeou, ex.lldt .tlil lh bll tile11 111 11 meekly,. 'I'm the father,' Poor, 4dav
fight, nd dr, w lthm it o Hie upot tinnll he looked (o 1411ll as he alleged
lIght. till ai y\ thllt It) tzo il[Ol ifrcom11 the hackgr'ound!"
(h;lhailg |)illite', llid ttiit thleil vltIh___
wiltcr colors toi ltldlento tli' ecltllo gtg Brlv OS M Sl uall.
where ilthe deeptltest shihndow should fll ike tilhe advocates of Scotlati4 V (Ow
1ol4d wh1 i th rotlt ttod lights laovii years ago, the parrilaters of Engliand
fronl 4 1 ti 'ill iarro t lciti' r itl ittiLt to T'eriihtliteletit'.tl. competitl6oh froni
tlin ti', l)liir otf itihtl i'Ihmi nit)l t hr,, the spilntle side. A lady ,hiAl sought
Tr'l'ei ti chih, oll'llht1S or' ihis li(in lih ui l20iio lr rnitka U4 a iea.
sell, un h i' lt o giinst qiite Io s Iwith hi; r ll h (ir1 y'o t ito t e r it eleher .
('2114 of is lee 21f n.', 41 lTt i'encher I oli tflig 21
c h o1m' Ill ll ort h al timietit o rli igd -tl four little iir ion thing f not gallon t,
paiperh o ponli ItIh i f t rl-."lt( ii m a 1r -11itgt1Qod to be In, flavo!
iho114 pIlr(1. .Vth t'e tihi.the o utitIh of the Ildy,'huit reogret that tlhey !qt'Tot
ui iu, r ii 2114 1ip of ot mi hard a 'el)t htier s stiou(lut. The+I drinnet h1
pOlI(il tl iILt O d I'ttitiect iio
steAridly. d remove te o e111 stwilln, th i the rllit tiand reugla tloli
outitlie will be clenlrly seen oi (li 1t fot there order have been frit e o tittle 'tl
gll r thelde t a tl "o t i nn of aloo tou
Alix fa IIttle f lake white wl mledlutm; 'l'hlws tl lton tf th.e .tts
inxt ndhl to it i t colot thit uitth lw i lmcily whOsitol ni iIsl ottimba.
(iti ofi 4h4( lower ill. g iand' R.i cr (lIng pasled til tierox ti ttl tioa s, ol s.s ght
Iheii 'tibn' tit I i tt ir hit(lslsth llsnlloni to practice at tile bar. In
thil c(hl* In o ile r uitohr. tii lo t lier case, however, these T eure iot' he

I oll tV 11,s i d 0th 44Nti w lsh thi4 2 gwrtl prhiire lliitArIy dltivltlet l of l coionlIng a,
-nlixtu 1 ', hItit lWt i il l tw i tI'St. 1)41iiti tl 1qi;i)m lmrO'f ai Inea and ibe'lhioo tt tequht
of thile flowt l l d before tho ullitie iut, .ilc, l vio' wtgo tofn tie !w, au tiftel .
I(it:'cd> t iid 111 iefoi' theI itn out lim i ig I t certain li lnibr of alill dinneirs
Eilc-vd. 4h i The question (of indttitl leae to the
eIirt'lledi. ttt t rtilloi,' ( -letel4 ihipl of th o litms 1la' altiid d
workel d it n firi, .then toi, ilf- hit l i lildl- eiu ite !y eH onslidere ,I d alid de
iltil in sily t11i high lights.. Ii ll, n. tlt't hi their favor, l.lilt, tiot lt onlll
het slttles mti (11 liilot he it 1( 111 'p oun for u ttiln d 1 lito lt le.--
il,,,lillil ,, aplly lhin w, ithis i w.l l t" L d C r nc
hlnild, antid 4ftenl ndiI mnE ti eir' ltg e I'Omdon (1hurodilled
111t0 ) lCh-othr wcl it i i t 'hle( 'i id dry "" hoi.TotmT F k"roek.
Ibrlitlh. 1 oe l .. little pint i4 lis Ilie; Theo young Ifr ighllh girl of the period
int rtilt itt ih oi( it o llhn imoof I(,n 414 2't .ill t hii'.(+et'lalilil fof r a I r 1h r ath (rW #. Ilnuova_.

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.Editor aid Proprietor. credited to the Flo$i.J-Ci-ifi." yon hear a gator it is a sign to ave
rl^,11a Advocte 'okN v'iT< 1 -: M n, move or there will be soniething g in ock aird-ar constantly rceiv-
.2a ~saco n-c matter, under Act of /traini. If the slniuuk Iuunil ilneed doin'.-Lake Butler Star. $1g "ptdk, c on s receiv-
Cogreo arch tynsisueit il iEi W >men and Children, at popudr G IS THE PLACE
Published every Tutei' i prices andUnlays of sk til $
at $1.00 a year In a )cLi. -icts tip li. soar slop in the the Palatka Times- Herald, is get.
So Cents for TShr Aitl nitce of [lt! passengers. We ting to he a political paragrapher. Call FINE TE I
.n had to endiii e olie such animal last -Jacksonville Metropolis.
ADvriRTsSI, RAi" kI fre suk w not *, 1 Particular attention to the Ladies -aT-
Local Readers in brv'ere I I'. ', **' I' oalrd. It i hard to blC Tlhee is all effort to side-track Paaraen to the lad es
a line for each inse I, sti language woA -tr uCud lJohit Stockton, but it looks as if "Brockport and lens "All A er-
Space for vdisplayavertie l ell would. say ''it al il John had the key to the switch in ica" and "Walk Over'" grades.
on t. I a a*." and "Walk Over" grades. applAicatiLo pn.OE$S
Son pplti. right aan exptcMsiw l it. 1alill- his "inside pocket don't you
Pope Le -o, had of .ath.' eat paper, but whi en .r. iia know. "-Lake Butler Star J.D M atheson,
-l.. pi:-.t.rd vy re hg ou ou ou'- al r id t i a j wrri g
c l ,,f ho, rtii ...is lr an o uln.e '-Weol, ,i 1"i' ', when adford courity's school board d
When r fellow Md, entirely out of debt and has a he nd W
and gets defeated hlie is almost surL- you ftidl thitlig., Illi .11[catit ill I .i e ou o d
tod lc ti.de atthlei i- corrptionti iS rA1 n"Al to I lVe'I don't neat balance in the treasury to
to dec start the tiew school year with.- .._. ... ..__- ........
ipolitics rai any part of )our physicaorBradford County Telegrapr... ..
,citeutal make-up iu order to believe 4County Telegraph. -4,'., .
Bryan is a great man tDe is then for it won't ake any a That John Stockton guberna-
Io the Proper one for ttena diltkrenetoe-t0 us whether yo t o a fries of d A
crats' to nominate iext year for believe them or bot." We" think ef Mr.'
President. t te editor of. the .Advocate is able early; so the Governor is now in t .. is nw i
Some people say THU STAR is too to take care of himself, but we de trouble up to his neck.-Palatka You need ]4, and you milst lave it. There is Ihe "
religious, and others say the editor sire to render the following opinion Times-FHerald. t is
isahypocrite. They are all very(?) The editor of a -eligios paper __and but the I that lts the slowest is he
perfect, of course. can, wth pere propriety, ta It is announced that the presi- that lasts the longest and the ICE Vyo want, and such is the K i sB o U rf
Perhaps the governor is still ripe peaches' and "skunk," even otoiceands. e lneed ICE manufactured by the
thinking about that vice.presidental if a majority of the c.liti.,5 oh p osto ice scandals. ie w ICE me b
talk of a few nionths ago. Who litical papers" ae too ,,mc. to a wet sponge over t te end of his I SuCCeSs Ice Company,
known what'sin Willam's head? cause "a warring un. Orange County Citizen. U I WeT anf
People who can not discuss poli- Tt M ..LINE UNSOUND.
tics without getting augry should Di ,Ia oi eve ar of so much Now that the vetrons of the And which is delivered anywhere and iii ally quantitie..
keep quiet. Such people often it. *._ n.ijt .N Is being developed by Yanho-Spanko war are beginning W E SO LIC T IlTa 1
jure the persons whose inuterCi the t 1. r.B. -r.c- Iex eut iavestt to hotd reunions, we will have W LI
desire to advance. i, th .:. : .n,. i' d s em as i5 that a tktar news three weeks in a .
deir to.nadvn ce ren as Phita ear. and probably pay pensions A trial order that we may convince you
Hearst and Parker woudli dt i i Iiut .lit:u'i--. I-':e remedy s t .
.1' Hear' and parkri n .'^ asLl pro tionately.-Times Union. you that it pays to buy Ice that lmelts
probably make a good ptike L .. i -- slow 1 W
both of them would like it'. ... : ',.. ra, i 'eiedly if it contd The Miontgomery Cooperage I
Democratic nomination b :. ,: ,n i,,,',', i,.r who will do ti: Company is establishing a factory We W ill
can tell who will get it ".';1,-i.1 is, hardly reasoanabk 'n Gainesville. they have had P O...
If every Floidian ,th, exp'.' .*o s' e i o~ut so muci r,:enn te. one in Ocala for a number of years Deliver Ice at your door if you live in the -
to bea candidate for a Stare off ..a cou exist if tie trring michint, and are doing an extensive busi- city, and ship it to you if 7ou live ois any
'. next year would subscribe for Twa sontd ihrotgho, t. u, ness at this point. -Ocala Bnuner. transportation CO'S line. 4 '.11' if-,)L '\' n '
STAR we would give Gainesville's W i tloi or iiiiu
..t postoffice mailing clerks something provement along such lines while Me, plead guilty to crimes in S C11
to do. the offenders know if they break coutts and are sentenced to lin- success lll l ll ESTABLISHED 1869.
There i-. -_- si- into the peinitv'utiar they will soon pl)rsonunent until they get a chance J E LT l, DH. F DUTTON & C(
':'' There is two siIes to every ques- be pardoned luil to plead not guilty to the State F. W 1F 1 ) N Nfaiager,
tion-a right si e and a wrong 3Board of Pardons and get released,
side-and in every argument the A tego, iir.,ini l*is Ivn'hed h) andi thutus it goes and lyuchings coin. Gainesville, Florida. C
,. other fellow is on the wrong side. a 1,u,,> of hi.s oivii t.i,', Luli1 for thUl t,,,e.-Jacksonville Mletropolis. ott p rt e ,
It's your side and the wrong side, usual crime cominiticd upon the
of course. person, of a woman of his own race 'r. V. Lanugford has sold i
.e n---- ..eLr like Botlhr last F idiiy -aft. uhis ,,range ciLop on the trees for
The Kansas wheat crop is imu- noo0n. Let us hope thatli tl.i ig> e- 5.,)' The crop on the Talo o i
mense, and many college students will not carry the ciuile of lynteh- 1Iiern gto.u wa, sold to Heard "' ,-. ,
are helping to harvest the crop ing as' fill as the white-. have, II & lie)'nold,, %hile that In hi Advances made. Warehouse charges free.
during their summer vacations. since the lynclhing diI o're, td>l, it,,,me pllce w iv nold to the Dr.Selos
'- That beats base balling by ahouut blot til fiend and his victim weit i r ,it Co. I)'S.,t, Coouinty News. J lte bI letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
several to nothing. negkiiS, it is gr.atifi'viu to kni ow .
that only negow-L paiticipatetl il l ) Davis and Brown. Tulli.i- 4 ^4te CS< w eccece4@ieeeeccccece
e t'he resignation of Cartoonist ue lyc hiegi. l Li do R.ieruvis and Brown, tlliu-
n t, tile 1'u1011g. ten, Je<,inmgs aBnd Stokto nu ESTABLISHED 8 -
"' .the editors of the Metropolis, but It is .s.id Uw till;ut (;G.I v ui-i'r Jut' lioughLtery, Barrs, Clark Alexaut- i I ) T"
V. by its readers as well. Iut the ninwtgs will noi '1111iin.ct- l is ct ti(!i- ,ler and McWilliamns on tlie stumllp Gainesville. Florida.
"Met" will not suffer long -Messrs d c f'ir he ln i it-' l *L-t.' it's ilt ext suinmein 's prii nary prt-otuises The lestion of title a first consideration for the inv.sto
Ca ,it, i,,d tMlet will ,t lu I(w L ., ,ie, h i ,, i to bring the people of Florida A \a \C f 0 l To any piece uoaoo i, Alachun Cout A
Carter and Russell will hiave ainotli- ,itntnie his c.inuliclcu',' .,hd I-'ltfn'niri. Ut itu furnished o, AI
S er good cartoonist, and pio L'edl to ni.ak.- it IIvelv loit -.oie exciting scenes.-- Voltsia )r awing is thlinking--think- 'AXS RETURIED AND PAID. All business givn prompt
-- tlhe otl, I a..iir.iuits.- -Tivares Countty Record. ing is drawiiiig .aui,,ind the tliink. Atteiion.
: Harris atid McBeath have lioth ll 'Hetli. "- r B. R. COLSON, Mana
-'. said they will not be candidates for 'I'lu- (.,,ll ,i, 1 is irl,>l.ibly wait- A family living in Watertown iisiii I / re >@@^^aeoteom9Ss sef-8^
State Superintendent of publicc In- itg 1.' Sickt,,L IIo gt out of the has entered suit against the Geor- you sati-lfiu wit your plresentt -- -- --'.--.- ....--.
s: truction, but Sheats altd llolloway wa-, .ll if tilt -. ahLt hte is wait- gia Railway Comupany claiming style of writing, yLur muoventient .. .. _. . ,.
S have said nothing of the kiud, and iig i, he s ill l,,I, Ily hav, e time $~2,000oo damages for "exposure and and speed? If ntot would yout ob- "\ .'.''''''-- .yyy
I', it is though by some that they will tv Utc. hi,. I,,gthv ,latfr,. rt rough handling of a corpse wa.ich ject to taking a ,course' with uas f.l T RespCnsib'e Compa
Measure arms for the pluimb. lhad a first-class ticket setting Votr success is as-sired i" 'uut do. Correctly Written J
S Because a prospective candidate g.iii. ft -it' a F wi l Can yon think > \V1l <>t can't ]u u uhwstPrompt Oayment ol
isslow about announcing ha ii teta- 'jThc uuty unk init uatins ad draw anything \o ink-not ll
tions is no sign that hle is waititg daill.undwd c ltin ulied int o ly d an y will We cover these important points and respect
ilto get his wife's consent for ug m it,, enaies when lle pape, The notorious Wilbur Shiver, wy Solicit a share of your business.
him to be an office holder. It is o f- was Ist started failed of the pi convicted of cattle stealing, and Come auu, let ,ts teach yo,, by LI AC IN l T II I R
S ten because e is i dob ,o ,, i intendt.l Crawfr Bass, charged with ur. a simple metnod how to -ketch and E, LIf, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSUR/


the voters being willing to give I.y thkil :atlihos, and inspire of .111 der, 1ot11 of Osceola county, are draw some of the pnrttiest pic-tiures A E3TS FOR "-IE.
their consent. ,ippisit,,,, I -litoi s Holley au now in jail at Kissimnee, having that ever and anon linger aroVSund
Clotuts tue slIll. e-fiing with theel- been aGrestedp rin, C rad 'our uitid Victor Safe and Lock Company
.,.. -g ....... been aLt rested by Sheriff Prevat at
'd Iitor Bittenger, of the Ocala Glenwood Springs, Colorado.- y
'". Star, has been mentioned as a suit. terlri. Putnta Gorda Herald. Drawing pictures- is oni t, f the C[NCI N NATI, OH IO
able person to succeed Supt. Sheats. ThIc New \oi,-ce, published i best paying professions, besi:les it is The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties
S Mr. Bittenger i.s a gool I newspaper Chicago, is aitiliotity for I the state- The Baptists of the lIt ited not difficult to draw picture.s-it is platig the purchase of a safe, or anything in that li
man, but a lta to sunte.'d Slupt. nent that the touil)le that caused States, according to the latest" of- fun when you know linw. Write box to a bank vault, will snvo money by consulting u<
Sheats slhOUld be a s"lh.1 Mltm; the rece,:lt tIr;iile luce riot in ficial returns, nuuuber 4,330,462. or call for ou01 ra hona- l tu ms mation cheerfully furnished. Call on or address
Hon. W. M. Holloway, ,Il ( ,Iln l' 1 vanEsville, I ld., st.u ld ii a saloon They are gathered in 44.820
ville, for instance. Iu il lbv a ,itna tu1.ld I-'ied i ( sseni, churches an are served by -. .. CUShman & Hi
S That section of' the city aljc hn Irg, in a negro tluaniel over tlte 80t6 tinuisters. The gain la,:t year
to the Seaboa d Air ,th ne deiot tj Ie l ice of a drink, We had not be- were 3711 churches, 648 mnitisters GARR TTl'I lAINESVILLE
fast becoming a nmanufacturing hv kiioV exactly llw it Ilppten- and, fil,39.-Chipley Banner. AC, ;w. .
Bt;.' centre, 'rheie iu. s~v~ factory -ed. l1nt we never doultlcd that drink ---- Mn OF -^T, .. ,,
e already there, an, i thei it is where i'it it Tlhere are two places for children Rooms 13 and 12,
:7 the Gainesville i.,,,,1c .i, Cofrin Som' body lias suitd th-it., l"i" .-- oith e agld at school. If they rr ain sv lle & G ulf R w
C;. ompauy inId thI \l,,,lk itv' sot -ouhld get (Irunk ou com breatlLid atl school, ye know the are oinf o l TimsTbl Fix nfe 0
Cooperage Conipait :mi t-., l 1 .Li it were possible for li to in a prepared for the care of ainesvill Fla.e able n Effet July 5 1903.
their plants. enough of it to produce the result. Children. If they are at home,
Sd t .\,iow vwe sa' a grnt could fly 3yu know they better he there in I-Irm, 1. No. to.9 No, N
When candidates sec ki l with an elephtutit if the glial your way than abroad in somebody ,a t Dity. Dally. STATIONS. Dety. D
about them ons a ai ewa t haslthi ll' v ,- lI. ge and string enough to tdo else's way.-High Springs Hornet.
-.',,;Should not consider the < itvni .ii.. we h s i as -- P. M.
B'; .speakiug columitted to their sU,- "' \'irt a e hia e sail is as true The Metropolis says A. H. King Next to thle Metropolis and ".M. .V r. AUM eAr P.M. &r
e.I-,, -.lcttru1ent tutade by 'some The Gainesville Star declares 'has his eyes ont Gus Hartridgi's job' Times Utlion (and TIrCE GAtNHs -,, ........ ...-.
.. port. Most editors like to speak .... that "Candidate James R. Broome and is wearing a Alaridu job Times Uv.. on S anrd the Paka Tit;Ies- .rv 1 D n .,..
htUndly ol all competent and worthy is being spoken of tit the highest and s n Alachua mile. .i.E STA ) the Paltka Times- ..
",A~didates, but when it contes to t'., .\. \ Cllisnuus stock farm terms throughout the State as a It can hardly he doubted now er.ld is abolt thle ost valuable ..
givingg real support we.- all have a at I'i,,,,,i u1a about eight t miles suitable man for Secretary of State. that the real race for governor will newspaper in F'lorida. .. :-: :.........
t to a choice. from (ii,. ill., is destiund to be- Mr Broome is well known, has be by R. W. Davis aud C. M. Jack.sonville is not the only town .i B ::. w ....k w ie n ....... -... ....
-"week's Hig.h SIug Iltr- cO Ie a m. i- mgnificent onle.' t uany friends, and, as far as we Brown. ..re mer widowers bound; ... -.eei .
V:n '.iu.erest' te yCil...i -i"" Itodtly there iniky he know or have heard,'has a perfect- G ainesville has a few, and when it i o ., e S -o -.... Giele ..
a:Brd tntiter went f t ith er. malnt st uc li, ,us ii Florida. All ly clean record," Mr Broome is the NcxtearFn o esd d s toduding up the bachelors ... y
eelttt" ;he' Expo tut, a.1t is nicely, Ii t ake such enter. Brother of our late Judge John. D. elican ee o pl aitt in it hwitt 'etf. lo s 7 s At 4 "''..- a e
nIB atpoithao0uow aan anyone of a large party .e "i- it -:-' ..:. -." IS U"^O.j''-. i -
., other Ao$, qi 4 of the Florida prices a -Niucce-, here Is a little Broonie, who was the most gen- lone .As strane a. it a
t.:otley aId a little enterprise. erl-ly esteetned man In this section know a few politicians who do not -.. uo m i, a.
", -.P -o-' 'Of tI he State. James U, will req if' The candidate who attempts to :expect to run for offce ext year. I MS ;=?.. ... i
Pf. food N (Uw spaper proof readers should ae very complimentary vote J4 "t't .ieti i H o" Ethey p1 .. ,
.carelui now A are h the vle_ thhlgs saidpHowdoweIw leeu th ke "H do we':-1.- "
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