The Gainesville star
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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: August 7, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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X I N IS\V 1. 1. A)Rl lA, F'RIDA\Y. AUGUST 7. 1903

W AS EMOLISH Onl essloin Ever field in laines- F S
v-ile Counvened Wednesday.
The onl svs ionl of lhe Supremue Coturt
'"- eLIGHTNINI ever lield ill .iiiesville convenedl i the I AN IN TROUBLE
cimi I loua.e here Weldnesday morning at
S*" o'clock, Justice I'ein Taylor. whlo is
Residece of Dr. J. F; McKinstry, spending his vacation in Alachua county. The Beautiful Widow Notified to
Sr,, Struck Wednesday. presi"uiig. Leave Tampa Immediaitclv.
l'his sessinm was for the purpose of

hearns a habeas corpus case, in which
NIDLIUB G BADLY DAM AGED Join, Trice, receiver for the alone et.os.

Two Roomsa and Furniture De-
molished-Roof Also Dam-
aged-Inmats Unhurt.
About 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon,
during the heavy rain o.1 that (lay, light.
ning stuck the niagnificelit two-story
Residence of Dr. J. F. McRinstry, Sr.,
Sand demoished two of the upper rooms,
sash, blinds, plasteiing and furniture,
forced off, a considerable amount of
weatherboarding. and a large hole
through the roof. Shingles, weather-
Snording and broken glass was 'hrou -
S:..about the yard in al directions, (nd the
floor, beds and other fu.,lishings in ;he
Rooms were li tered -\ ith the fragments
a mde by the stroke.
SIt seems almost a miracle that none of
Sthe Inmates were injured Several ladies
were in the house at the time, but they
Experienced only a slight shock. The
Doctor's sono, kobelt McKinstry, had
- beeit resting on the bed in one of the
rooms only a short while before the
stroke, and it was undoubtedly fortunate
for him that he left the room L fore the
Electric current entered it.
The two rooms so badly torn up were
corner rboms, and one in a diagonal di.
direcUon from the other. No damage
was done to that portion of the building
between the rooms except the roof,
which was considerably damaged.
SThe friends of the Doctor sympathize
with him 'because of the damage to his
house and furniture, but are rejoic'iig to
kIow that no member of his f ntily wasi
Action of High School Comnmission
Will Cause No Change.
Sor the information of many of ,'mu
readers who have been laboring under
the impression that the action of the re-
cent High School Commnlission may call
for a change of books to be used, the ed-
Sto*i.of The Star has intei viewed Comumt
Srupeintendent Holloway, who was a
member pf the comlnlission, alnd that o0
'* iqi said:
S.Tile action of the High School Cont-
mission will in no way affect the school
books now in use, or, in other words, it
will not necessitate any change of books
It was not within the power of the conu
mission to change the books, even
though every -tertiber of it had desired to
d soo. The contract goveiting the use
Sof school books is made for five years,
and the contract now in existence was
Made only about two years ago, and can
riot be changed for the next three years.
The present school board has not at any
time contemplated a change of books,
and could: not change them if it wished
(q dq so, dining the life of the present
contract. There will certainly be ito
change.while the present board remains
in office."

Short Term, Subscribers.
We have on The S ar subscription list
a few short term subsc'tbers, whose tiule
Will begin to expire this week. We also
have a few names on our Hst that were
.futdishaed and paid for by friends of
theirsr, for a period of three months.
oinoe of these expire with this issue of
ihe pape., and others expire next week.
Those who have been getting the
paper without subsctibing for it thein-
selves (some of them) are those -for
whom friends paid for the paper for
three :months,' and they are now
eatraestly requested to rentew their
a Sbacrilption.
Those who feel unable, or for aly rca-
.son unwilling to subscribe for a full year
now, can send us 25 or 50 cents for 3 or
'6 months, and we will couritinue to send
them the paper. Twenty-flve cents w ll
pay for The Star three months (a6
coptes), aid we trust our friends will not
delay the nqatter of renew ng their sub-
' erilptions.

J. F. Smith.
-The attention of our readers is directed
to the large display adve:tiemnent of J.
f, Smith, the photographe', which ap-
pears In. today's Star. Mr. Smith is a
leaderin his line; he will not turn out-
Spoor work; he is one of the beat, and
pecoons' delrous Qf seci. ing picit ree of
Stheimselves or loved ones that hold their.
own after the subjects have passed away,
* should call on dmilh.

S When yto want a good picture of the
-baby,, or any other member of the family;
go to J. P. Smith's, tell him you saw his
ad. in The Star, and he will give you
what you want
For Sheriff.
To the Votera of Alachua County:
I hIweby announce myself a candidate
for the. office of Shesiff, subject to the
altioni o the next Democratic primary.
i et I ionlis to discharge the
dl of uthe fice to the ve y bestof my
tUI. ..',l t the Ispport of al
NC. I iI P_
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phate Company was defendant, and the
c-.te wa.;i heard here because the Suprenme
C nlrirt i not IIow ill session at Tellahas-
,.c., and Justice Ttylor could be reached
at Itlis point.
Trice was arrested by Sheriff A. T.
Priest, of (.itrus county, for refusing to
delilcr Globe PIhosphate Company prop-
etty on an orler issued by His Honor
I mi.ige ulilocuk, of lhe fifth Judicial Cir-
c'it, Ibecaus me le wias in possession of tile
sanIeC b noil order i-.uedl by Hli Iioonor
Juile e Wall, of the sixth circuit.
Th'le coLit heard evi'lence, atil aLrgu-
muent by counsel and then decided that
Jud. Ie hiIllock had Ino jurisdiction over
the cale for tine reason that Judge Wall
hatd acquired juribsliction of the properly
prIor to Jude ge uillock's order, where.
upon the dlefenilant. Trice, was discharg-
ed from arrest for contemrpt of court.
The property -in controversy is sitlu-
aleil in Citrus, hMaiiotn, Suiiter and sev-
eral other counties, and Justice Taylor's
decision probably brings to an end a suit
which has been in thie courts for about
sei en years.
--- -- --
Two of Oaineaville's Prominent Citi-
zens Before the rIayor.
Thle council room in the new mnni-
ciplal builiniig was filled with people yes-
terdlav ioiirning at 9 o'clock, all anxious
to see and hear what would be done in
the case of the city vs J R. Dell, Jr., and
J. I" Wlihetstone, two of Gainesville's
lronrilientl citizens, who, it was under-
stood wotiuld le arraigned before His
Honor G. K. llrootie, mayor pro tetn,
for lightlitg.
M1it y of thie curious were doubtless
,'*.appui Iite.. for not a one of the large
nmmitllcir 1"f winIesiss who lhad been tnsum-
mouiseil..I wass put oiln the stand.
Thle icse against Mr. Dell was called
fii t, mn il M.1 aor llrooone said: "Mr. Dell,
y.,i .nire haliigeed with ilsorlerlv coniluct
-fighting withiin tlie city limits ilo you
wi-h to Ildeal guilty or not guilty?" A.u1l
tlh .I.t iutiIt saiil, g guilty Then I r.
WVhelit-I .1,t was arraigned, the sasume
ch iup i riiilnounl cedl as ill tie first caiie,
..ill I thle ,ut' c iU >iuetlonki.t s to guilt or iin-
Ino.--i a, ;i--ki d liy the court. Thle defend
ilnul >.iNi. lie w.w s guilty of fighting, but
dl I it ,dfemling his person.
TI'lir -ourt imposed a itne of $5.oo iand
costi, I iiunotiliing to $S. 25) in each case,
a u-ktl if there was uil1-f other business to
coMn:- Ilefore lthe court, aid being told lby
Marhlitl I'rikosii that there wsas none,
lie liet.lircll thIp couir adjournedl.
that Wideman Case.
In tie case of hMrs. W. Lee Suitih vs.
FI i IM\Isoll, county jndge, malidinimu
pro,-eedinig- to conipel Iimn to try a case
whtlein J. \. V. W. Widelnan is tile dv-
fetirlaiit, assault iild liMttery the charge
and Mrs Smitih the prosecutor, the tde
usnitier filed by Judge Mason having
tieeii over.leled by Judge Wills, Judge
Masoi was given until today to make
an.twer, a11in in the event no answer is
niRale lie lw1l be required to hear the
c:ise. which will probably he on the 17th
inst., wlhic is rekglar court day.

Before the Mayor.
IIn the absence of Mayor Thomas, who
is in New York for a while, soune qo tl(1
Lhabitual lawbreakers are getting better
acqutinteil than they formerly were with
Coulicilnman r. K. lIroome, who, being
pruoideilt of the council, is n1)w acting
'ruesdiay mioilring lie had before him
William Cook and Samuel McRae, both
color.:.l, and being convicted on charges
of figl4litig they were each fined $S.oo
alid costs.
An Important Case.
il tihe office of the clerk of the circuit
court papers have been filed in the case
of W. Ii. Robertson .s, the Board of
County C'ounimissioners of Alachua
county to compell the Board to pay him
-as treasury of Alachua counuy-com-
rriission on school funds handled by him.

Thomas Case Postpooed.
The case of the State vs. William
Thomas, selling whiskey at Bell, which
was to have come up for a commiltemenit
hearing before Cqunty Judge Maolhn
Wednesday was postponed until the 17th
In Judge rlBson's Court
Saum McRae, colored, who was fined
o[.co and costs by acting Mayor Broome
Thursday, for fighting was re-arrested.
and arraigned in Judge Mason's court
Wednesday, where he was again fined

Sz.oo and costs.

Assurrance Seciety of the


imasmayum, na.I
Tthu W. 4, Tema~u. N~Ausdi


She Was Placed In Jail on the
Charge of Lewd and Las-
civious Behavior.
To Alachna countians, and others wh o
remember the Fensatlonal killing of a
foriier citizen of Gainesville iii Tampna
last year, and how the unurlert'l iinnii'
sife swore her husband's slayer free, tlhe
following from the Tampa T'ribune will
be interesting reading:
"Mrs. Florence S. Allen, lthe beautiful
window of Chas. J. Allcii, wlio w%.is shot
and killed a year ago by Manuel Chnveri ,
anll swho was herself the central figure in
that sensational tragedy, and tlie inlole
sensational trial which followell it, wias
last night an inmate of the county jail.
Mrs. Allen was arrested yesterday ufter-
noon at 5 o'clock on a warr.nil issued by
County Judge Robles, and sworn out by
Chief Jones on thie advice of Stuute .\ttr-
ney Philips, charging hlet with "led'
and lascivious behavior." State Attor-
ney Phillips at once delivered the war-
rant to Sheriff Lesley. Just before this
occurred the sheriff had been called up
over the 'phone by Mis. Allen herself.
Mrs. Allen told the sheriff that she had
heard that she would be waited upon by
a mob and handled roughly, if she did
not leave the city at ollce. She uakecd
the sheriff to give her protection.
Deputy Sheriff James was at once dis-
patched to Mrs Allen's resilience and
placed her under arrest. She aind her
little boy were taken to the county jail.
Judge Robles fixed bail at i$5,x, but Mrb.
Allen decided that she did not care to
give it, as she feared for her personal
safety and desired the protection ifordl-
ed by the brick walls of a prison.
Th'e thing that goes tie farthest towanld
niaking life worth while,
That costs the least and does the iluos., is
just a pleasant smile-
The smile that bubbles from lthe Iheart
that loves its fellow-ulen
Will drive awav tie cloud of glouom anill
coax the sun again,
It's full of worth anud goodness, too, with
niainly kilndlieiu llenut
It's wortll a million dollars, and it tloefe't
cost a cent.
Thlcre is no room for s luless whent \se
see a cheery sniilc.
It always has tlie salme good look it'-.
never out of style;
It nerves us on to try again whlie failure
makes us blue-
Such ditnles of encourage-ueint are good
for me snd yoan .
So smile away; folks unlersaliid what byI
a smile is me an'. -
It's worth a mill oh dollars, and it doesn't
cost a cent.
--a Juntta ( Col. tReputlilcan.

Invited to Galnesvllle.
(eo. P. Glenn's schemne of how to coun-
solidate public schools tnd transport
children by wagons to schools is making
hint famous. lieseside other places he hass
been invited to address people on the
methods he today received anl invitation
front W. M. HIolloway, superintendent of
schools in Alachua county, to go to
Gainesville and address a convention of
county school officers oil the 15th imnst.
On next Saturday Prof. Glenn goes to
bliddlebyrg, Clay county, for the same
purpose.-Jacksonville Metropolis.

Notice of Teacher's Examination
Beginning on Tuesday, September th,il
1903, at eight o'clock a. m., and continu-
ing for four days, an exaimiination of ap-
plicaqts for Teachers' Certificates will Ie
held in dainesville, Fla.
The examination of the while appli
cants will be conducted in the Academlic
Hall of East Florida .ellipary. a-ind that
of Ihe colored in Union Acadeuly.
An examination fee of $r.oo will lie
yr. a I. ......I..

7 aug 41

W. 1. IIUl.lIWCAv.
Co. Supt. Pub. Iiist.

Thbip school Board.
The Alacl ua County Board of Public
Instruction was convened in regular
monthly session Tuesday. Present R. B.
Weeks, chairman; T. A. Doke, W. W.
Colson and Sept. lplloway, a full board.
The usnal itonithly business wis trans.
acted, such a approving and paying bllIs,
etc., and the matter of appointment of
teachers to ill vacancies was discussed,

Depiut y sheriff A. H. Osteent of lines
brought to the city I'neseday a negro
inicied \\'iigner SSmith, who had beei
commilteld ly Justice Dello.se, on a
charge of aHrshult with intent to murder,
and filing to furnuish unlid will remain
in jail utuil ihe circuit ciurl convenes.
Rev. A. Clouts, pastor of tlie Jlap-
tlust clirch nt I,evyville, mnrlprisedl his
coiigrcgatlioii Seuilay iy telling theini he,
couuld inot serve thlem anly longer. Mr.
l'lutLs is l iild idlltor of '.he Southern
llip.it, ita new puper published in
tIainesville rliando Record, Aug. 6.
This Is Very Wonderful If Trnue-Try
a Bottle and be onvlnced.
lirooklyn N. Y, April 1, 99
l)r. S. ii. Giddings, .
Dear Sir:
Will you kindly infornu tne by return
Isail if yon can send your fifty cent hot.
tie of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(Trade .lark) and if Ao I will send you
a postal note for the same. Pleased in-
forim une the amount of postage if It can
tie uailedl.
Wthen in Florida the winter of 1897
andi 98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
fi\e cent bize and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteuLn years, and now I would like to
try it oice more if I caur get it.
Yours truly,
J W. IIAVNtS, 59 ticks St.
intae of I"lnrila,
County of Alucliua,
City of Gainesville.
'ersonailly appeared before the sub-
scrihed, a Notary I'ublic. in and for the
Stnte of Florila, at large, S. B. Giddings,
who being duly, sworn b m edeposes anti
says that the above testimonial was sent
to him lby mail by J. W. Haynes, a mania
whom he shad never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge of the
ain ever having used or procured the
tI'l paralleled Hair Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had influenced himt to
eind it, and thqlt the mat his never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
tjworn to and' subscribed before me
this 12th day of November A. D. 19u2.
S. II. Glu lNris, M. D.
Notary Public for the State of Elorida
at large.

and late in the afternoon the hoard ad--- ------ ---
Arrived PFom Orlando. $gend Yo Leundlr to
Mr. H. B. Arnold, a highly respected
citizen of Orlando, having passed the
civil service examination, has arrived in
the city and been put on Uncle Sam's THE-
pay roll as a employee in the United
States lasd office in this eity. If he
proves hiielf to be a plle a fellow as Xl J l La lndrl
our friend Chlab, AMtd the .ither e m-
ployees in the land o0ce here, we'll all
be glad be dcae.
Have youtritd Old4 Hatr Groer J. Runkle, Proprietor,

a ==40 '. WM
Oter M tie d it t i

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c'iltlren are Visiting the foner's broth.ll
er, Mr. H. S. Richnrdoni, at Iliigh
If it J.l jobpriinliig you want jusLt send
your orletl to tlie nutr. It will have
prompt attentiomi, anwI wik iil prites
will suit you. tf
II. M. Poulnd, who re-cily pictcliihsed
a residence from It. A'. Hlll tiN Niitli-
ast (Giineaville, hitu i icmoveld his fully
to tlie sauie.
lhiddlugs' llair G;rower does the work.
For Sile bly i)r. S. II. (.iddins, ni.ine-ic
ville, andl tthe l'ostuiliie DIrugi t ore, Ilighi
Springs, hla,.
Manager Dolg says he'll hllve tlhit
new electric Ightl pulantl i opleriathn
before a grLat while, nIld theli lie'll
turn tihe light oin iI.
We have J'ut what yotlu witl in stei l-
ing silver, sugar pltoutl butler knilven,
tea, table andt desert uj llwi amId nuimin)
other pieces. L. C. Suiithi.
flave you seen W. 1). Fgiiginl & Cu's
large display advertisement li Th'e Hturr?
See what they say. They iietm it. Try
then for fresh nteats.
For a few days old nlewnpapers, suita-
alile for wrapping puirpo5es, can be had
at TII STAk office. for so cents a hun-
tdred. Forty-five papers for 5 ctn.
City Marshal C. C, lHrwell, J. C. New-
berra anud I. K. Anderson, were among
the prominent High Sprinirs people who
were in thie city yesterday.
Miss Hosebud Mixsotin nd Mr. J: 1M.
Walton are at Ashevillu N. C.. Aiwh.-
they will spel:d a few weeks, it in i 'oile
by their friends, very pleasHanly.
Deputy Sher.ff IJviilgstoiu of New-
herry, one of the Sheiil' iimosts coumpe-
tent and faithful ilelmiltes, wihs in the
city Wednesday o on llcial business,
Dr. J. II. Pierson, after a four nimonthl s
stay in this city, where he pralicrd
dentistry, left a few dwRys ago fur isyIo
na, where he will engage In ihe nlame
If your hair is becoming thin try (lhl-
dings UnLmralleled lHair Grower. IFor
sale by Dr. I. B. (GiddlgnKg, cilneaville,
and the I'ostofice Drug Mtore, Hiigh
Mrs. Shelton I'hllipf, the stimluable
wife of Hon. S. Philips, supetl itetident
of public instruction of resy count y, is
the guest of Mrs.. I.. Rorx, in Iastt
P. H. McCrae, of Denmark, S. C., was
a guest ofhis friend J. A. Uawwon, thin
city, Wedneday. He left here for Oialin.
rncd theuevat. i t S. th ;... hsuu irr w ..o.

sqla Ii poionI os UL, wn ie i; ire ,l-
on a prospeciing tour.
A O I.% ..A- t:..S. i .. 4 ,riv.m L W .

I'uiltr arisl by virtue of a finial iiecree
Iinl- le u Icud ruidcrrld hy Ilonl. W-. A. Flock-
cr, jilutd c f th lI 'l'h IJidir'll Circuit
Coiiurt ,l f lorhili. tIn iind for Alachllla
ioilt vy, il liiir hitting, iln the imth
dlt ofIt Jtue, A. 1). ti.i, wherein C. W.
iatnkiighit in cuiimplhliuinul and John Mic-
lHenry ninl Julin Mclllenry are defeln-
ilantsl, In i c(A.rtnuin Cause therein pending
I. I,. i t l)iil.t, IIH special Imater in oliha-
'cery, I> api pl'iltnitment of thle Court, will
s-ll itI iihilic tiictloun, for ciish, before the
, t1111 Iill uni l door in the city of Galiies-
ville, -l tte of Florida, oni Monduay, the
71th ,ilv i f Septeilthuer, 103, during the
lega IIhntIrs of sale. all that trat or parcel
Sf hlanil, aituate, liuIg and being i i the
toitiinly iof Alachliin, hterlCu of Florida, and
more Ilurtictilarly drascribed as follows:
Sillutlwest ilquarter (a w w') of south east
quarter (a e '4 ) of section thirty-two (3a)
in towullhip inile (9), south of range
eigliteellk t\ i eunt, CiIltatinig forty (40)
acres of hliul, Imore or tessn.
STolgetlier with all iiud ahiinKguhlr the ten-
einiets, leieriilltuietis aiiil irtpurten-
iinces t ttlie Hirne I,' el Wiie apicrtaillhll.
till pr optrlv r~i. tou ie sold is the prop-
erly of th-i nnlIi .Iohn Mclluenry and Julia
NMt:lceury ino u1Itly ailid pay said decree,
fees aiiciu -to()t
J,. J. ('J.Y'ArT,
CC.C. T'Il 'I, Special Master.
Si f.ll ilr.i 01, CoIIiplaintnt.
I iinl r andl Iby virttte ot a final decree
olt fiirt-rlusire inualet uie l cerlerendered cun the
ajth dlauy of July, A. 1). 1903, by the
Iliu. J. T. Wills, Judge of tile Circullt
Culirt of three I.ighLth Ju iniil Circult of lie
State of l"iorlad, In a certain cause tlherei I
perliig In lichaiieryo if asiil iourti, where-
in bMary IGoillon wsus (COUml jluiatit, amid
Jaiciies 1. lirooker, Victormi I-' urooker
ihil JoIselsh I.ilndrull werue ilr-fl ndaiits.
I, W. h, llroonie, as lC-'i.l ianiater In
r-hiiucery, duly appolhlihI' ii. Uiichi by tilu
Hall court, will sell at ulii iucLtloti 1e-
fore the court lhoi,-, I,. or in the
city of (;.itnesville, I',1m11.. .11 MBonday,
the 711h t lt y of iSeptfi.ill ll-. I. I[r93, be-
tweenI the legal hlourm ,lf a-le., 1ill that cer-
til lut, pitce or puirtnl ,1d IhiidI, situated,
lying anu heing in li- teiiInty oI Alachua,
State of Filnilli, ldescrlril tus tlie north
half of Ihe uorth-rli t qiuirtrer taid thl
iiuolth-estil tiuarter of tlie nvortli-weat
quarter of section two. townu lip ten
motith, rlnllge tweinty-two eari, except
io acr~q heretofold l rd l to Jbohn llagatl
naw torty sirl-' ll child I 'eler Sylvetert,
together withlll n1 anl siiglar the teflll
umenlit hefrelitnllutitus .iild aplmuritesla
to tlihe AUIll., bheloligiu or in anywlillp-
Stdl property to be soldl to. *tWyr an4
iiy sail decree fees rald colat,
Speda) uAter.
Solicitor for Coupldhllia t,

n. C. cLendoun, High 11011"n, .
Well, Alachua; J. W. WilllamQ, Wade; ~ .
J. C. B. and willam l'hoTia, I;ell, and
Basn Leonard, High sprlirns, were in the
dry Wednlesday night.
city lWednesdddy' Iianiralghprleled ilr Grower
Mr. atd M. J. Ms. Haile Aid chbidres is all that its name iallI/. It
left yesterday for Salada, N. C., fl' t dandruff stops falling rh and i
which paie .Mr. HiUe will proteld oi; new hair. It is an excellat
W ftirW V .U wil for sale at GiddlII
Warm 'ig V .hy will .p 'oi4d vslls, ll a. the Pcba
-mnt frmll I mt two N.ia.i.S,. gl h Sprln. -
u.m'.-. .-.m' *r u ~ *m ~ ij



NO. 30.


Ilepresentling a number of prom-
Inent Amerlicn and Engltlsh com.

Abstract ad Reall CofpP 81.
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to laud be-.
fore buying. After paing the r
chase money there is of al no
for tax sales and uncanceled mant,
gage .

lanBaltai "A" Typewler.
A undle.-Dollar Type- '
writer for $50.
Guaranteed for one year. bSod oA '
monthly payments at a slight advent
to responsible pqrtles. Typewslttr' '
Ribbonl for various machines, '-

E. YOyl :ut,' :,.

The STAR Is $1 a

Year. m mmem

Your Chickens
Vegetables, aId tI f
kind of Countty
duce. m

WAE P y '
Highset Pf pt Crun- :
try iodte ad i Sell as '
Cht be the Cheapest.

": Wlet you waut:
p: e aid. Fancy OG
AINS iv e ao
Si '
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BOUtIllT ROAD MACHINIRYV. C M. Dell of IIlaue was iln Gaillte- 35+ +\+11,4. ,++4^ ,+i+%aSgiW~;)%%%% M 3 B
ville \esteril. v.%
County Commissioners Have Acted S
Wisely Retud "Sllhrt Terni u- l.cc~ ,, IMs
w lelyI r in t,,ty''l Stir.
No ctl of it Ioardi of county conllls- l hchkor your
SsonerL, cati Ie expected to please all the h ie rouul' L. C. Snllri.i
people. hut whei such hoards ido that
which they conscieuitiously believe will Deputy Siheill lcCa'ttil of Il'Tr.N i
a Ilessiiig to all the people, andi alln w Ii l tie c rY LIues i
injury to nolne, the iietllnlmers of that Iu ,lU ,tl cle eI. l i lN '
bourd should be looked utpoin iis public Iu.
benefactors, anl tllheir anets conimtlendled Ii. 1). Watlk iii, I to Jack .om i t
by all. a.ml .re iiiiid F in e
Oui r colIniisioinis did, last Tuesday, I;. I Reeve' of Ilit h i a i, a wi Il
Ierforni the "grainl act." They pur- (Raines\ille We+ilince'sty 4.
clhaise of Allan Rogers, Stale agent of i (',.I iily .4,il nI. ll Ipgi otn
tie (Gool Koads Machnliluery Company, of 41U411 II 4ii) iiolihN. li- +
I'eiintlvaniH, all the Imacliinery needed lDepuy 1 ii ll'Il Satitles Mai h.ibl C ,I.iIII F a d e le
in thle consltuctio of mock roads, except I, lo f Ocali, wm-s inll tl citi Tu'sullis. '
a cr.uhhing machine wichh will be jI re.slh ieats o al s on h,,.l at I.
bliughi t a tl little e Ilter, after it has beeu Sn ithl's iiult i.rket P'I'lnicie No. 3h-.
more fully .1 iecled just whit is needed A t it y li
ill tlat lill e I e

hinedl, the grading ninahine, atiltoinatic I
sureldiuin g car.s, ,ind other niachlnery rlive hul nhed feet ino oliniu just re
ceived lin as iicir ll i'Ires M iranle1 at ';
bought, is to lhe slhipld at once, and is ex- LGarrettt. SltudIi h
pectedton e here in Aaloui thirty d1ays Mr. andiI. IV i, ag.m ile e I a l overstocked in several grades of
Ait expert will accornpanyv it anid lIt it .* UI%
hi, working order, ml Mr. RoRer will a ip i e is i lii 11 lnts, fro card to 8 x Jo size. As I don't
iii working~ order, atu~l Dir. Roters will arrived U'gelahteei us.
Itiiiielrf ulwrin~,tend th le work,,til a, a sell nl s without photos on them I will
btii Ile ililled sto that he caln successfully t'tiilti hnae i a inn i it ut p lotos on the I imil .
i ei IerFouitiiu Pel, hlitiltdl l it the- kiliI il ik -,
,initpiiihulate Ite niitchinery. you do. L. C Smith. Illikck photos on these grades at a reduced
TheIre uiisv he some little growling W i ll, tlte poir Ni, i i t a
nmongi sonme of the smaller taxpayers at Life ns llrance oiiiiiiatl l In l ti ictl \\i ll l' 1 CtiC Sick lasts.
fiI t about this move, but we predict that lt I ca, Tues a y are all this y s
very soon the growler caln not by found, l rip to Ocnai he flay ; 1 lll .iiW, ic 1lS yearS designs,
and all will le loud ih their praise of the t newspaper, satithle rfi (1 aii 'ti qully-1i usel no otherkind.
tnqiu yes,- other kind. .
county cotunissioners for performing ail et., atT Sa loflicer ''ere il e reduction i the qual-
act that bhoaul have been performed a A. T. Priet, the popular aud eflinil 1 h1 be reduction the q al-
decaile ooer. sheriff of Citrus conuly ,was hletre on ,i ot i1ty tlie photos. All will be FINE FADELESS
Many Applications. cial bnusiieas Weildlesdy l
Col. J. M. Guilliains, sulperintenilent of Have your pictilres enlarged unil 1 T i' Ii \ A I .
Sfrined at tlarrettl Stlitllo. lOne Iihonlliillid
IiM t I'loridla Seminary, received one feet of uonllding to arrivelin a few days.
day recetillv So applications, and the iRais i
linet lny .1. applications. for Enst 'lorlda s lo P cu lty comii a- h
siouer froun t Vacahuoota wts tratitit-dulit h
.Se minary 'alnlognes. These applicntionus lbusues li acthe city ye Wse tray.
cainc froin ill l.ectioniit of Florida, wid N e to nlitke a fraiie ay .e it
suice fruoiim tlier States. They were from No lroible wto iike lIriuii 'e m i.ection
"ity price withI brUIndon B I'viuircltlfo r
prospective, sldlenls, arid show tha the tMinle Machine Rt (-litrrett'l Sltllii,.
Sciiiin ry hlilia right ftiture before it. I
S C V. McQueeii, i i proineniticitie of ainesvi I Ie F la.
"- --- --- the Weat End,, wa tiit the city 'wriii. a, a 1 IA S
\\'hen thlle exciirsiont from High day from hii houne ait ,exliigtuiii.
Spjriing. li to liai, and points between, Ikal~t Worry. The' town l IN ild, lti nl
left'Gnine-villl yesterday iioriiiig there plant tluht 20 ca0it a dtla wlth illtyc, Or
were live coaches crowded with colored ialln witchl It glron tl $72o() III Nil inioil hn.
pns~ Ntgteim, iaid three conches carrying \V. T. Mclenidoil, leading trucker .-,
whiteLi. froiti the Alacltua section, wIts antiun u g \ When you go to sutllh's
Co. I. A Thruher and Mr. A. I(. the biilniess visitors to tthe city Weditr- Illr Pili totgrapliw, if you will
nii* \f V tell him volt iaw him silvrC-,
lIilleary relttirtd WeldnesHlay from a few day. liheeiil in The (Jlnuvillel
ilans. niiling on the (;Glf coast. They 1'reshli inls, grocertrli esnit vegetuililch lTwice-A-Week Star, we
wentI ftioun hlie to Cedar Key, anid Call, send mle youl orders or 'putoc lr will appletl-nt it, and lie will
thlonce by host to reveal of the isinltds what you watil. J G. llarrohIl h' li leilinllly treat you right.
Aloig tihe coast, aid enjoyed a canip No 25. :- t .
until. Mrs. tl. S. Merchanltl In l special *\%+X+1 4\14*S4t1-M4.re .4iS%%sSg time%4f+ +u%+%'+hittSt-
e lfi" tad

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w 104 -' AY5Wii1k

N. 1 I

I; Papal
Falls I


After Foul
hind Lo
I .--

'A dispan
that thoe c
sion for fi
elecitcd G(1
.Venice, is
and Iio uiow
over the C
whicli nim.11u
Cardinal I
sumptiln o
marked by
and Impresri
can, which
received Ih
mafie corp
blshpis, wh
ago, this no
twice Tuesd
high of1ici
through sin
The folle
Lion of thil
made by I
election of
"I annoii
pleasure lth
the Mqst I
Joseph Bar
ol Plus X.
The datei
of Plus XI
S papal p6w
Smenial of

-Was born
In the nor
,:: as educi
Sdiocese at
Rome. Il
parish prl
the eort
d, that Venl
.". cities In
'. rank, whl
sate of b
Sa, to w
in 1891 a
cardinal J
titular cht
IlaBstcal C
regulars, i
salred rol
I larlty inI
He la a
Shllthly cu
and still I
: i. ibs sixty-V
taken gre
!abQ 11

l'The ne
I ren, two
of his slst
it: married
third %rn
-' the / p
"* who has
Veonilee, i
|; XmI, wh.
,i. pand whl
dce, w
,. year ag


hbe r
.' teel Co
: epted
Slit New
oh ory wt
M ;', -tr. Bo1

'oad for e
r .The new
years one
the Cam
4the subsl-
States St
ly more t
Made ass
Schwab, I
i- aed I1 he
,'/ Mr. BSd
S the dlnrc
"f, good hoa
,, rather gl
.." ties impo
u o the "bllll
:,' The ft
b' hwab's
ras the

Investigation on In GeorgIa Legisla-.
Rane of Lo XI ture, But WItneses Disclaim
Mantle of Leo XAll Knowledge of Qullty Practices.
Jpon Cardinal Sarto. Investigation into the charges ef
Slbbylng with members of the Georgia

S NAM OF PnUS X general assembly beg n at Atlaunta
NAME PlS Tuesday morning when the special
ootmmttee appointed from the house
-nd senate tdok up the examination af
r Days of Deliberation Be- wrthCosee. Testimony by Repreosn-
cka and Bars the Solemn tattve B. K. verstreet, of Borevea
s county, who nmade tBe charges on flh
lave In Rome Finally ^ ^ ^ ^
lave In Rome FInally floor of the houstte, were by far thiO
Makes a Choice. mobt eenaatlonal of the day as ihe
gave the names of several lowyqrs 1
c:b from Rotle. IInly, satls and corporation attorne)o as having
incloat, aftur ni.lg In BIS'- been on the floor of the house In con-
u1 'a1 ,,iu.'Iday tuornring versatlon with the members lie fl'r-
-ue it r, patriarch e4her stated that one of those on last
isitppte S3ai, patriarch of Oday had a party of legislators as
i"pou, 10 tleedcce0I Leo X(il, hilr guests at Lithia Springs, and the
Sriclgns at the vatican and lhotl clerk told him that this gentle-
'nthollc world as Plus X, matn had paid all the expenses of the
e he Imnedately assumed. trip,
h mmeiatly assumed wo sessions were held during the
Sarto's election aDd the as- day, with the following summary of
f his offico of pope were results:
a striking demonstration Universal denial by witnesses of
sivo c-ermonles at the vatl- any knowledge of criminal lobbying or
only ended lato Tuesday of members bling Improperly influonc-
WVoelnet.,ay Iho new pope, ed or of any of inem being Improperly
ie members of the diplo- approached.
a, hlit .,;irdlnals and the Considerable talk of outsiders being
o off-rtel ibhcr official bom- much upon the floors of the scnas'
twilaslanrllng tie fact that and the house, which is against the
lay the curdinanls and many rules of these bodies. But at the sarni
lIs of tthe va' can went time It was made clear that there hadl
illar urnitlnony. for years beeoon no attempt to enfor-e
owing li a literal transla- those rules, and there had grown rp
i anlnounc'-lln-iint in La'ln a custom of general Invitation ;rou..
Cardinal alncchi upon .hie members to their friends to come In1
Polp0 Pluhis X: upon the floor and occupy seats. Tila
since o1 you with great extended even to ladies.
(a we luine 1clictod as popo The specific mention by Represeon.
inilninl troveritend Cardinal lative Overstreet, of Screven, of some
1o, who hat: taken the nantm men who had been upon the floor uor
about the lobbies and halls when legis-
Supuon which 1lhe coronation lation of a general character was uin-
will occur ihah not yet ben dter consideration. Mr. Overstreset,
who appears In the role of quail-prose-
r the most dramatic feature cutor, furnished the committee with a
with the assumption of the long list of members of the house andt
er by Plus X was the core- others whom he thought ought to ap-
blessing the people of Rome. pear before the committee.
There was some talk of outsiders
Sketch of New Pontiff. uiing their efforts in favor of or
e Sarto, patriarch of Venice, against local hills.
at Rlose, diocese of Trvlsso, The suggetllon was thrown out that
tb of Italy, Jupo 2, 1835. l one member of the prison commisslon
ted at the seminary of hs had talked with members about pend-
ntd at the semacra they o h ing convict bills, but it was testified
nd at heo hasbcra thaelogfa, that this had boon on the initiative of
s career hals been tha of a the members themselves. Also that
at, pnt almost s wholly in two officials of the prison department
h of Italy. It is singular had tallied with members. These gea-
Ico alone of all important tlmen testified taat while they lad
taly mans only patirarchra very positive views, they had not dis-
l many smaller cities are cussed the questions Involved except
Bishops and arclhbtllops, when approached by members.
as made natrlarch of Venice e The act that county school conl-
ndt croatcld and proclalmeli missioners had boon actively oppositag
uno 12, 1893, anid has for he the uniformity text book bills was
urch In Romn, St. llarnnrdo. brought out. It was shown that a pub-
SSarto belonged to tho eccli- lished article signed by several of
congregation of bishops and these had been paid for by one of the
ascred rites, Inclulgencos and men who signed the article.
lies. Ho enjoyed great popu- After each of the witnesses had spe-
his diocese. cfloally denied knowledge of improper
modest and agreeable man, Iifluences being brought to bear upon
Itlvated. very kind hearted, any mnerbers of either branch of the
strong and robust In spite of general assembly or of any effort to
eight years. He has never bring such lefluenco to boar-upon a.iy
a)t part In the political and of them, each was qIustioned closely
0 of the church, but divided as to hearsay matters, being given the
between study and good opportunity oven of expressing opln
Ions not based on actual knowledge
w pope is one of eight chll- In short, every possible oppotfliulty
sons and six daughters. One was given fotr disclosures which cotild
tera Is a dressmaker, another lit any wIty be considered within itU
1 to a saarltan and peddler, a seopo of the broad and olastir resol i-
ried a wino shop kooper and lion under which the committee Is
I are unmarried. acting.
w pope la tho eovenil pos o Chairman llopkin- conditnlodl most
come froi tile rogli of yof the exuallnatlons of wittIesses,
among whom was iHeuodl,'t [h IIougt nia times he dologated this duty
o also came frohn Trovlso. to olter imcemuilers of the cotmmittoo
p, by a strange colnii- All Joined In this qiiesioling. Evon
as loctoed pope exactly fl9 l1Mr. Overstrelt, who Is not a menaoi
o Tuesday. of the conmllitteo, was glvwu permis-
slon to question Ihlo wlinosses
ef Billion.Dollar Steel Trust
formally Reslgns Job. Important Measure Adopted by Geor.
resignation of Charlen 1,, gla House of Represetatives.
as president of thoe LInltid 'Phe -.lnon hill relative to the trl.il
rporatllon, was tendetlred and f insane persons, convicted of a illil
at a meeting of the dhiucto's tal offuols, was pnssold by the Oeorgl.u
York Tuoesdlay. Willallnm E. houo Lnotsdatly cy a handso.'le mnaJort
as unanimously elected xis ity.
Tlio Iill provides that after a p,-r
bwab's resignation caunusd nto sIn hia hen convicted of a capital ot
In financial circles, where t11 foIe, ih saiull not be allowed a trl'tl
omhe time been foreshadowud. nas to hi\ saunity, as Is now the case.

prosiden-t,Mr. Corey, was for
of Andrew Carnegie's ablot
ts and Is now president of
egie Steel Company, one of
diary concerns of the United
eol Corporation. It is scarone
han a month ago that lhe was
distant to the president. Mr.
because of the latter's coniun.
hwab attended the moeetig of
tnrs. He appeared to be int
Ith and spirits, and soenmed
ad to be relieved of the d:i-
Mied oni the chief executive of
on dollar" corporation.
rmnal annonhciuiennt of Mr.
resignialluIi sya ill health


One Negro Shot Dead and Another
Fatally younled by a Mob.
At Lewlsburg, Tenn., one negro wnt
killed and another fatally wounded by
a hand of whitecappors Monday nlig.t.
There was between fifteen and thirty
In the mob, which made its appen-.
ance at the home of a negro preacheii
named John MIllnen. Milllken mile
his exit through a back door. lie was
brought down by a volley.
John Hunter, a son In law of Mllil-
leon, was made to accompany the nmobl
on a frultloss search for another nil-o
and In an attempt to escape was fat.l.

ly snot la t1
S Owens Attributes Short-ge to Lenlen.
c .Shown Defaulting Friends. Great Cloud
It ls reported that J. I. o()w,,A ,; Mo
collector of Russell coullntu. Alll.li.A A dispatch]
' ha left that county, antld 1liit a sh,,,ii fro.m C'ollmi
.. e exists In his uflle.'. lIi iin ri-. o
Sto be due tho slate of Alalubrna $:;. vl ano is 1
a0 nd Russell county 31.200(. "f s ktik a
Owens Is said to attriblte any app..- <(.n I is
at shoring in his office to his leoi flow of Inv,
Incy with his friends In allowing dele slnmip
em aidltlional time to pay thoir lain makes
es the fact.

savannah Cigar Smuggler to Appear
f tre Uncle Sam's Court. Father and
A Savannah special says. Jd,,e,.,,
D. Brinson, alleged to beo no t1he in The family
Sor prolainently connected wllil a c.in.
piracy to defrd the government l r B
Srevenues by meana'of a mugging cli. Inned Frldn:
I*.J *ron OMub. baMu been hqt under \Vord a l I
4ti' 1 aptI.r4~~,tre th tird pbl
1414! ,tWt will lec100o9

,' ,'.

ie bacK.


I of Smokr e Pouring from
unitain In Mexico.
h received in Mexico CI'y
a staltd that the ColiUnat
n eruption. Great clouds
re Issuing from the vol-
belleved that another out-
it has occurred, but the
SIhnt surrounds the moun.
It iluoeslblt to dietornminn


a ba

, .


SA Ratio of 32 to 1 sl Favored by the Over a Hundred People are Piunged Smoke from Chapel Closely Watched.
Monetary Commission. Into Water-Three Known Dead. Quan'.lty of Provlrions Sent In.
A rep aA section of the bridge whIv h i' nl A illlat ,lia i tn It lint ,, Italy. baiys:
S A report haftliv,'en re.,' ol atalit hr r 1 i Ti first d: uor.i l ('ie ion eiu -e ''ndil'
Srhe Willoneite river at NMorriso Tl> uirs it'' cla uel cnclvhe and. i 1l
stale depart eiont fruit, the u nit s atrolt. In Pbrtlannd, Oregon. tollal, n, n'- ioI el'.tl. l>ilh nltIrday
nu 'i i 'riul uiul ff l'iiUn iail Ihue nuen,-
Stalce niotnet ry comn ili4rlon ithl-h 1i FrIday afternoon. Iir,- lplrlltinKg mnir 'ri'' 1-1r 11 nrl afrio,( I n nill lhe nc n
i Investlgatlug the question of rutrrin'y than one hundrol pelploe 41) ft I't ln 1 rt f tlhi sari-ui co llg'c ex( o pt four.
for lslvr-ulngl country. The (. r- tho river Three people arn known alt wru o <( oiftil i tHiilir cells ly ift
nlslon hns nlreat vtd I to have hcon drownedl, and tl Is fparet. "nels. nitrll'tudl tIhe Slisne clinapl,
alus I on has alre a y v isited lA.m n, i the list will ihe miiuc Inlarg r wh,.iIt wh''i atiffr ihe sti l'mnU ritual appoiit-.
P aris. The llaguti antd Ilrlln Ar'c,-il. all are nrconnted for. "' f"r fhe oc'eion they (Iroiiedlthir
Sing lo the report the proposal of 'he Tho'nsands of i. i~ple had gath crr.t l allre III t hr crhallc, That these
Amlerican commission .or a ratio of 3r' on thI bridge and along th lie dock to KltgO nu) e'nslalo the necessary' y or-
to I for new silver enlrrnrcy for Or1. walch CIlrence I.utz. the airlus" mi1 1, tv Iwo Vots was Iade ohnowii to
enlal countries has been general swim the river. i nltl and Io the world by the smoke
well recelved. ,Of hiurniing linlls. which issued from
MELONS SHIPP DrYn rI i tII u RIv uihn'ii1
.. ~ L~I1hPIRl'4


Island Government la Asked to Pay
Sum of Fifty-One Millions.
A special from Havana pays: The
total of the claims of persons Iisted as
revolutionary soldiers and as clvlllans
entitled to pay for services rendered
during the recent revolution In Cuna
Is $51.589,000. The claims will be con.
slderably reduced by the auditing
commission and some doubtless will
be disallowed.

Y SARD Alleged Slayer of Attorney Marcum
wears that He is Innocent.
No Children Dead aid On the convening of court at Cya-
ther Dying. thiata, Ky., Monday afternoon Curtis
r D. W. Ward, a mer Jett. one 0o the defendants, was placed
on the stand and Interrogated by
!h, Nebraaki, were poi. Judge Black, of his counsel.. He said
y eaUng eardinem. Mr. he was friendly to J. B, Marcum and,
children re dead anld wth the exception of a few wotds
Sswith him. B some four yer ago, they
Ia Ad-a.lwy.a bOO firiftda. Jqet .worq
.a dt ne o r in ie tarhela )

.-, m .,,

.,-V.i.viu uiirrL.u IO LUONDON. i,.-.
O)n Sundaty I' saRme Poperatlion w.a
Georgia Man Sends Fine Specimens rel"'f"''1 without rPeanl A gre.t.
to Friends Across the Water. 'Iantily of provisionsl was snt into
Q. W. Bacot of the So~uiliPern lK.x. 't cI'o'lln~o nlllRy morning thro",h
press Comipany. of A Ie-ric us. ;., 11hIl w'iket gare. Inchldtlng three Ihin.
made a shipment or \wnaertlnts io, lr eril chl(kenii.. fl\o hundr.dr newly lalil
London a day or 1wo agi. Steve.r.l 'eggs many lltri f t milk, crates f
very fine specltmess, wleghing ro fruit, u'tc.
pounds each. were seleclct and crnitlI All thl provisions were thnroughly
separately. ex:uniinu ,Ib hfonre I,.lng allowed to pa.s
The melons were sent no a present tirtlllgh the wicket.
to one of his friends in Moerri,. Rua:r tForty (f Illp chicrkIns were cut opPn
land, and will he the hbst (t ''r r,.,u to see that h' y lll uiot contain con.
upon that side of the Atlnnile. iraband atunttr.
Lin oroter C o ILIRI --- -

_'_ALLEE .'L. FO _G ;. Y.

Heire of Wealthy Atlarta,. Georgia,
Citizen File Sensational Caveat
Made Desperate Attempt to in court of Ordinary. Secretary "Root Orders More

Take Negro Prisoners. A caveat to the will of the late Probing of Army Contracts.
George W. Collier, alleging that the _
will Is not genuine, and a demiurrer I it rON1R A
USED MUCH AMMUNITION to the petition making that the will beINVOLVS CONGRESSMAN
probated In solemn form, wero filed
in the ordinary's office in Atlanta, Ga., Alleged to have seen Divided
Passengers Eape Flying Bullet by Saturday. The caveat and demurrer etAee ct n nd
Lying Flat on Floor of Coaches. were filed by the heirs at law, with Representatve Lttauer d
Mob .. Finally Outwitted ^Representative Littauer.
Mobt I Finally Outwitted the exception of George W. Collier, Result of Investigation.
By .gnglneer. Jr., through their attorneys.
The demurrer to the petition, ask- A Washington special sayp: Becro-
trThe Cheapeake and Ohio r ng that the will be probated In sol tary Root, Monday, made public 1ll1
train No. 1 was held up by a mob of emn formg lle that the petition tary Root, Monday, made publicvig
two hundred men near Clifton Pgorgomn alleges that the paers relating to the oe n ve lsig
West Virginia, at a late hour Friday enn that t ed os o e government contr
aveir that the paper offered for pro-
night and a desperate effort was made bate is the will of George W. Collier, given for gloves with E. R. Lyon. This
to take two negro prisoners from the or that It was duly and legally atteit contractor secured the gloves from
train. Over a hundred- shots were ed by the alleged subscribing wit- Littauer Bros., the senior member of
fired by the mob., and when the tra nessei. The copy of the caveat to the the firm, L. N. Llttauer, being a mem-
fired by the mob, and when the train w i a flw h o congress. Secretary Root has
will Is as follows: ber of Congress. Secretary Root haf
reached Huntlngton 10 bullets were Virgil Collier, Elizabeth Collier, Lula referred toe case to the department
buried In the woodwork of the smo'i- Collier and Roy Collier, by his diiy of justice In order that it may he ao-
log car and all of the windows had appointed guardian ad Iltem, R. U cerLalned if the law has been violated
been shot out. Ridley, heirs at law of Georgo W. and that appropriate measures may be
At Clifton Forge the two negro prig- Collier, deceased, come and for an- taken In the premises. There is a
onere viore taken on board to be seot swer, without waiving their demurrer, statute which prohibits contracts our
to Covlngtpn, Va., for safe keeping. to the petition filed In tho above stat- the government being made directly
Engineer James Peck, of Hinton, and ed matter to probate In solomn form or indirectly with a member of ccn-
Conductor Jack Hall, of Huntlngton, the alleged last wl,. of 0. W. Collier. gress, snd this was the basls of the :n-
who were In charge of the train, saw say as follows. vestlgallon by the war departiln .e
lights waving on the track just as It Is admitted that 0. WV. Collier OJlonel Garlington, of the Inspector
rhil train had begun to gather speed Jr., Henry L. Collier and J. N. Bate. general's department, was directed Ihv
after leaving Clifton Forgo. The train ma a'ro residents of said county, and Secretary Root to make an Investila-i
was stopped Immediately, and Engln- that on June 20, 1903, Ucorge W. Col. lion of the whole matter. This was
eer Peck started to got out of his e- lier was a resident of said county and done and his report referred to Jud,,o
gine to find out why the train had died on that day owning a valuable Advocate General Davls. who niado ean
been flagged, estate consisting of realty and p,.r- exhaustive review and submitlcd au
As the train came to a standstill, a sonally located In said county and opinion to Secretary Iloot.
mob surrounded the engine and state. In the course of his report and opin-
coaches, and threatened to shoot En- It is admitted that caveators, wl:t ion, General Davis says nl part:
gineer Pock if he moved the train. George W. Collier, Jr., nre all of the "It appears from th lotilmany that
Then they began to climb aboard. Cod- hers at law of George W. Collier, do. a contract was awarded to l.yon for
ductor Hall, who had anticipated trou- ceased. 9.,00 pairs of mnlskrat gloves at $l.'r)
ble when he saw the train flagged, It is denied that Hie paper present per pair. Later a second contract for
was prepared for the mob, and as ed for probate s the last ivill of suai1 20,000 pairs was awarded to lyon at
they made a rush for the coaches, he O. W. Collier. It is dented that sniul $170 per pair, a stipulation being In
ordered all the doors of eio cars lo.h- Collier ever executed said paper. it served that deliveries under It could
ed. The men, finding that it would is further denied that any of said al be increased 50 per cent, at the discre.
be Impossible for them to enter and legged. witnesses over executed snid lion of the officer making tne contract.
obtain the negroog, began to gather paper In the presence of the nllegR..l rho government took advantage of
around the smoking ear, In which the witnesses, or that elinor of them -i, the stipulations and 30,.01 pairs were
negroes were under guard. As Con- tested the paper in Mr. Colller'e pir-s actually called for, and delivered uii-
ductor Hkll ran through the train car- once, or In the presence of each other der te last contract. Some discus-
ing upon the paSsengers to lay flat on It sl averred that said CGct-rge W. (',,I sion having arlscii as to the price
the foor, the mob bogas firing Into 1ler never saw anid paper. It Is ifr- which Lyon was to pay for gauntlet,.
the windows of the smokrr, while the their averred that none of said alleged an agreement was entered into Do-
passengers scrambled from their seats witnesses ever saw snil paper untll tween Llttiuolr Bros. and Lyon to the
Sto a pace of safety from the flying after t'e same hal been filed for pri,. effool that an accurate account of the
bullets. The firing was kept up for bate. cost of manufncture was to be kept
several minutes, and bullets whlatlod Wherefore. it Is praye.l that the ni and If, after the contract was complcl.
through the car windows. While wo plication to prelate Rnid impoor nas 1,,i ed. It should prove that IhIe enst of
mon screamed, the mob outside con- allegPl will of George W. Colller ,.. mnanufactuiro should not equal $l.15i p.r
tlnued their clamoring for the two n denelod. pair, l.yon was to receive one-hant .fr
gro prisoners. Flying mlisllos of all --- iho Iprolln. There was a profit of
description came through the win. BICYCLI3T INSULTS PRESIDENT. $3.537. ono half of which was crodlteti
dows, but not a passenger or tra'nu -- to, Lyon on the books of LlItaier
man 'wa Injured. Engineer IPeck, Incident Occurred While Chief Execi. Bros A caso falling within ile pro-
during the firing, had sat upon hi, eb- tive Was Oriving to Church. vision of the taftilo is clearly shown
gine covered by revolvers in the hands Profano .nnd abusive lIanrgutage w' in Ilhe losllmony, which In the opinion
of several members of the mob. dire-pcid towanr Preellont I ose.velt of thirs ofil er charges the department
At last when the main body of the anl his family at Oystor Iay r1Il 1% rilh ro ppoorun3e of tho dalvy clt
mob had almost oxhaustod the supply as Ilhy were driving to church t,, -i forh In srtlon 3739 of the reviseul
Sof bullets, those who had bone guard- tend the morning service. 'Thi. ffenu., statKRll: afnd It Is thlertfore recor.t-
Ing the engineer loft, going toward er was a roshlont of Oyster haay. Me melndledna I il l pl'nfind -o I'1td fiby 'ie
the smoker, leaving Peek ingutarde(l. Cann by titm'. Ieo wa has tiol awa of IIt'er n s. for the riup ymon tln flrm
As his guards tlirnol, Peck pulled i rnnoremionloiusly by the sc -rut ie r. er an tho payment
Sthe throttle wide open and tIh train vice ofilcprs. whutover pum Is found to have betn
began to move. Tho mob, seeing the directly In front of tile chur-li M,. ptanld In cotilernatlon of the coiltract
turn things were taking, and fearing Cann was wnallunig anlg l, ronli with It. Lyon. as extendCel. In ac-
that thoy night bo outdone In their pushblllg a lC'yrl. As Iluie I)rq-, l oI t'rdance wlth Its tlrnus, by toe quar-
offorts to get the prisoners, cllmb-u:l carrlago wai al>,itit it lu It I th te tieralll.r'a departmentn"
upon the platform of the car and at. drlveway l-ndintlg lo thn .'illiich ,it So(elaryI Rnlot rnalos an Itdord-o.
tempted to stop the train by applying passed Mr(inn MctCnii wit ii, nt e thn opinIon of too Jt IIRo n dvo
lihe air brakes. Not understanding oaih. lnnautmnll kiti tl'-%R wrl i-r lei tol enIwhiipartcn of uslcl t.
Slho working of the brakes, however, Ihey wantel lo road Thil. oT hs wthep. nr e of Jlle.is
tlley wore unable to npply them at followed by tbuiJUlvo anil i'ii LIS i n.
full pressure, as the tra n had gotten gRoge. LIT OF VICTIMS INCnEA8E.
iHider headway.
tuallzlng that they wore bafflod, 'he WENT AFTER KINDLING WOOD Five Men Die of Injuries Received In
Iteali. tngWENT Coll k INi n on Freight.
man jumped from the moving trains Collision of Freights.
and roed several farewell shots Into Thts Man Obeyed Wife While Souind hlah Clniuiogna dispatch Bays: rite
S lthe car windows. The train gained Ai ee on l Tlin s HI iest ricsuiltng fro tn the Ieadi-c 1
quick momentum andi did not stop nIIt- Asleep on Train. ,hillaii between two rr-a r trains wi
ill Covlngton was reached, where the A q"eer case of uhoitlnnlntllllin .u- lIoe C'lnlinnatl Soiithcrn railroad rat-
negroes wero placed In Jail. cuirrel at Wnarllugtont f i.. Sanitirl.y irday nlglit between (.11mberland
The ncgroos for w-om the train morning. I'hilllp Martin of Niw I.'nlls nnd (;roenwoodl, ima grown to
was hell up are from Lynchubirg, V o., York. on ruuito to I.ltlle RIolt. Ar:. eight, five inon hnvlng drlul since Sa.-
and are saupposcd to -e the men wo "leavi'ng"B a lhltlniore nandl Ohio South uinlday nlglht. The fillowhtg Is a 1t.
shot antnd seriously Injured a white weste1" train nnd luivluig to hoe twvIc vised list of the dead.
brnkcmnn, Edward Itlto. a few uaya ended. When the train nrrived In ;hu EitlglceOr T S Duke. Fireman D. A.
ngo. town at 3 o'clock Martin rollccl out if 'lhilips. Flre.man Jtuhn Prilco. Fire-
his Eleeiuer and hlastontod to the cur man .hosephl WalterH. Fireman Frank
Drowned by Monster Catfisnh. door anti then out, plunging Into n Fletlhor. .iiEcuno Simnpsnn, bralkrman,
William Lena, of LaCrosse, Wls., weed patch dressed only In his night Iwo iulliinown men who got on the Cx-
went fishing Friday night Itu the Mis- clothes. He was fonnd nafter the trali Irn fr-glRi at trernwool
I sl'alppl and hooked a largo cat fish. lhft Iy Agent UpJohn, andt when asied l \Valter Puwers, brakleman, was se-
STlie fish gave battle, and l.ons, un- what he was dolng, replied: ilolsly and itrhaps finally injured.
willing to lot go, was .drawn Into the "I am hnntlng Ilndllng wood for Eniitnuier N. S Fitzgerald was serious.
n river and drowned. my wife to slart a fire." ly Injured.

Instigator of Riots in Danville, Illinois, Found Guilty of Administering Fatal
Gets Long Term in Prison. Poison Dose to Farmer Tucker.
At. Dainville. Ill.. ,onday, Janme At Easiman, Ga., Tuesday Robert Lt.
Wilson, Ihe negro whont a uob at- Cawthorne was found guilty of mir-
t-mliifed Io lynch on July 25. causing a der in the first degree, on the charge
ra.e iwtar. was inlhicled by a gran-I of having poisoned R. J. Tu icer, soritl
Jury on the charge of attempting to weeks ago.
assault nlrs. Burgess, of Alvin, II,3., Tucker was a prosperous farmer
and scnThei-wd to a long term In pris- and Cawthorne a hand on the pinl.o.
on. The whole proceellngs occupied The evidence went to show that Cav-
about two nurs. thorne and Mrs. Tucker became Inf.tt-
lTho gratd jury was convened to uated with each other, and that Tuck-
look into the crimes committed during er became suspicious and that Cal'-
Ih e mob outbreak in which Metcalf, thorne administered poison to Tuck-r
a negro, was hanged and bulrned for in a drink of brandy for the purpose of
mirderlig ilenry Gatterman. Jud o getting r.d of him so that he might
Thompson instructed the grand jury marry Mrs. Tucker.
to begin at the bottom. Wilson's caeo Tucker had taken Cawthorne into
was taken tip first anti he was indIct- his house and befriended him in a
utes. number of ways.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT SIGNET There was also evidence to the cTf
T E R. feet that a second person, of the naire
Twentieth Child In One Family Re- of Horn, had died from the effects ol
ceives Gift from President. poison in brandy Intended to be drunP
A check for $100 has been received by Tucker.
from President Roosevelt for Theo- The jury was out just 35 minutes.
dore Roosevelt Signet, the boy born to Judge D. M. Roberts told Cawthorne
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Signet, or to stand up so he could pass sentence
Mr. and Mrs. iliam H. Signetofupon him.
McKeesport, Pa, some weeks ago, and upon hImo
which is the twentieth child born to e Jdge Roberts told him that during
Mrs. Signet. The money has be"n his career as a lawyer and as a judge
placed in bank to the r-rediit ,.f he had never seen a man so dvoid c f

M UN I! ^ MtILLS CURTAIL. I FIRST GEORGIA COTTON BALE baby the Interest to accumulate un.il cosclence who was charged with 90
Plants in Marsachuets C I he Is 21 years old. dastardly a crime. He then passell
Plant or In Massachusetts Close Down Sold n Albany and Grown by Dtal the death sentence on him, fixing the
for Indefinite Time. Jackson, Coloted Farmer. THREE TRAINMEN MET DEATH. t D e eAn t trial Caoth
A Boston ullspaleb of Monday sa ,. The first bale of Georgia's new crop Durng the entire trial Cawthorle
was the coolest man In l the d court
l n MlI nNow E ng 'as mari at Albany Monday by Double-Header Freight Trains an Ci'* h and eve heim e the deat e
land have decided to curtall produce. IPeal L. Jacko)n. a negro farmer. The cinnati Southern Collide. tence wan being passed upont hir he
lion, or close down. Tho mills of the bale weighed 3i68 pounds and classed A head-on collision between two never cased for a minute to c ew 't
Russell Cotton Manufacturing Coa. full middling. It was sold at 15 eens freight trains, each drawn by two baeo and at the end Ol the. sentence
pany at Middletown. and llgganitm, per pound anti shipped to Savannah. large engLnes, rqe'ultlni n bt the death~r ared to the d te rn
Conn., have -closed fot an irtluleflti(o The first bile last year came on Jhtly of three twllnmen. occurred SattrdsW ty~ lj p a Oent *
time on acco lnt of the raw c, toll Ir. lb an1d was grjvu. by Jackson, whu Might on tile CIpeiuat l auther ran I -dal J41
ato s be the rst bale m an fotr ytr. l|oad Abo t I II rjbuet* 2 'hued .

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Postmaster General Payne Returns to
Washington and Taits of Scandal
In His Department. Three Militiamen Killed in

A --.., .: o- B ttle, .With Convicts,
A Washington dispatch says: Post- Btte.With Convicts.
master General Payne resumed his of-
'flclal dtlee at thedepartment Satirr- AMBUSH
day. H had a long conference whWERE CAUGHT INAMBUSH
his assistants during the morning and
for several hours talked over the ln- Esoape Again Elude Pureuers,
vestigation with Fourth Assistant Though a strong Cordon Had
Bristow. The laittr reviewed every- Thrown Around Them
thing th$a has been done during Mr. BOn Thrown ArR reported.
Payne's absence. Other Conflicts Reported.
Mr. Payne said that it could not by -
any means be said that investigation Reports of an enoouuter betweit
was ended, although he hoped the end member of L e state militia and thtr
was In sight. He said 'It might e memer o the state mtia and th
completed In four weeks, but It was teen convicts who escaped from Fol-
Impossible to fix any exact date. He som prison, were In Placervllle, Cal.
said the president, it common with Saturday night, but owing to the re-
himself and Fourth Assilstaat Post- moteness of scene of battle and
master General Bristow, will be glad' the fact that night ell almost immedLt
when the investigation is over, Imt ately following thb receipt of the first
that none of them wants the Inquiry news details were meagre. It 'i
closed until every Irregularity ns known, however, that the sheriff's
been ferrted out. posse, asslsted by a force of the Plac-
Mr. Payne pointed out that Insp.c- erville militia, came upon some of the
tors are working on the cases In va fugitives near the Grand Victory
rious parts of the country and devcl. mine about dusk and shots were ex-
opments not now foreseen may occur changed.
at any time. Mr. Payne declared that Lieutenant Smith and seven men
every one against whom any evidence were pursuing a trial that had been
has been fotwui will be treated accord- discovered earlier In the day. Their
ing to the evidence andtthat no one first Intimation of the presence of the
will be shielded by the department. convicts was when the latter opened
five on them at close range from a
WOMAN T.-E BEST SHOT. hiding place In the bushes. Three
members of Lieutenant Smith's squad-
West Virginia Farmer Laid Low In a ron fell at the first volley. They
Duel With His Wife. were Ruthorford, Jones and Gill. The
lDuel With H s Wife. soldiers returned the fire of the out-
William Adair, a prosperous farmr laws, and at the same time ran down
and lumber dealer, was shot and tlllel the hill and left the fallen men to take
by his wife In front of their home near care of themselves. Gill managed to
Matewan, W. Va., Monday. make his way down the hill to a place
Adair, who had been in Cincinnanl of safety and was picked up by friends.
disposing of some lumber, returned Fearful of the bullets of the convicts,
rather unexpectedly and found his the pursuers made no attempt to get
wifo away from home. He went in back to the scene of the battle to
search for her, and finding her in tile learn the fate of the other two men.
home of a nolghoor, Iecame jealous, Meagre news of tSo conflict spread
and pulling a revolver from his pocket, quickly and In a few hours the hill
fired three shots at her, all of which was surrounded by a large force, In-
went wild. cluding the entire strength of the
Mlrs. Adair ran home, seized her Placerville company. Nearby and co-
hlusband's winchester and returned to operating with the militiamen was a
the yard Just as he was entering tne posse of citizens from Placervllle,
gate in pursuit. He attempted to t.- headed by tho sheriff's son, Dallth
cape, but a bullet from the winchester, Bosqull. They were within sound and
in the hands of the Infuriated woman,, sight of the fighting, but dared not fire
laid him low. Ho fell to the grounI, for fear of hitting the militiamen.
mortally wounded, ant, died without Lieutenant Smita says there we-e
uttering a word. folr convicts in the band that openoJ
fire on his mon, but he was unable
PROVIDES FOR MILK INSPECTOR, to Identify any of them except the ne-
gro Seavis.
Council Assists Atlanta Board of it was Impossible to have a cordon
Health In Crusade on Dairymen. extended around the hill for soiie
Hlth C d D m h liours. The cordon covered nearly
Clean milk, better health and the to miles nd required over a hun-e
restoration of confidence in the daily- drol men.
men who dispose of milk lI Georgla's Before the picket lines could be
capital city is what will result from the formed, the c i got away east
action of conncll and the aldermnltn
actIon of cotincll nae the adeond-an ward along the creek. In their haste
board luring the session of Monday they left a water can. several hats and
atIernooni, somee Ilrenrins on thie lilllsilde wh're
An Inspector of dairies will be ap soe ionlict o ntrcr le ill
pointed by the board of health, noney The d b o uterford and
The dead bodick of uliiiherford ond
shaving been appropriated for tl ilur- W. C. Jones, tile two militiamen woo
se by council were slot by thie outlaws, wore found
X WILL O RE N COURT nda ng where they had all-
IX WILLS OFERED IN COURT. en. Jones hind served in the Philip-
Spines a member of the First Toe-
General Cassius M. Clay Made Many nessee and Ihe Thlrt3y-seventh voluin.
and Various "Last Testaments." United States fantry. A ll,
Six uills of the late General C. the natal guarsman, who was shot
Clay were offered Monday morning I through one lung, Is not expected to
Stieo Madison county rourt, at Rhli.h- t h r
ond Ky Theprooaingofea wa recover.
mondt. Ky. The phleati ng of e-h was 1.Another report states that four nf
je-cteu, hi by the legal helr. of C. t the cotllct-, not belivVel to be tho
Clay. Objections were siiatnlneil by same who anults, notl the offers S t
hie court nnd eacli of the will same who anils the olers Su
111loe otrt ad eael of th vhI day, were alocoverel near Lotusa. IIt
Til rolrt set .ptember a the Weli'hr creek district, by a posso
Tueo "uutrt set September 2 as the A number of hltots were exchanged,
time wheun Ihe question of problatig itut so far as hcnown without result
all of General Clay's wills will e far a know w relt
ien up. Other wills are expected to LIGHTNING BOLT KILLS THREE.
ie offered oii or before t,lat date.

BAD WRECK IN ORIENT. Pleasure Yacht Struck and Occupants
'Dealt Quick Death.
Thirty Persona Killed In Railroad Ac. A dispatch from Mobile, Ala., says:
cThirtydent n Austrhn Sileroad Ac- Bunday afternoon the pleasure yacht,
A dispatch to The Volks Zcllun Florodora, was lstruch by lightning off
Berlin, From Breslau reports a Zcloig the wharf at Poiqt Clear, on Mobile
Betiaater on a railway In Austrlan Slous bay, and Lodyard Scott, formerly pro-
. A train onslstIng ofaeleven cira fessor in the Imperial university at
heavily loaded with stone broke their Kagaelma, Japan; Bruce Granvllle
coupllnR pins and ran at a terrifc Uncoln, a wealthy young lngllshman
lonpling pins and ran at a terrific vIsiting Mobile, and William Bretvton,
speed down a sharp grade for twenty lot of the boat, were killam Bre on
miles until they collided awih a pas. plot of the bont, were killed.
seifgor train. Thirty persons are said -Avlces from Venezuel indca'e
to bo killed and fifty.two others so- that Prcesident Castro eneuela ndca fr-
\0rcly Injured. that President Castro I treating for-
elgners witn great harshness.

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W*hin dark hnr settledd on my world and all was. hushed and still-
(Exceplt onle d tllatnt dog that hayed, the raucolis wi'hi ipoor-will,
The flapping jIoultry seeking place llun t I11 raoosrirg polte,
A cricket shrillIng throt gh ce murk fronTm inmeseequlesterd hole;-)
When all bLut tl.'-e 'Pre, silently mnaiing silence deeper sieent; -
When chores weIt. done and coal-oil lampsacet -ill the house agletAu.,
I used to steal aiay froin all andl aze with hui ry eye
Upon oue bright horizon slotl, a senlh,, in t.he .-.

'Twas, where the lights that lit the towil a few 0sl6nt miles away
'layrd upl agaills' Ole edge of night and turned its gloom to gavy;
SAnd I, inbatioue, filled with hope .a val'Ie as love or life
laied dreaming, at that glimmer with it-hintn of glorious iarlfe;
It 'told e *won drous.tales o weaIlth, blt mrost it sl oke of fame-
That peace- destroy in thing. that aets the oyfi l a t' flames ;
It sang swiet aoulpa o conquest, told me manly a sweet hlf-lie--
That gateway to my wotder-w orld ,. nyscallop.in the sky.
The time I dared not hope fonr ce"c; I stand without that ate
' which tempted me. to-w-ander forth and grapple with my fate;
I'e seen the great, big wonder-world to h ich ambition led-
've find love, wealth andl 1onques, bhut theglainmo r all has fled.
luotb '* woa era
Thogh lifes be sweet, the rotate hue my byish fancy gasve
y.e vsaniehed, anti the blidn thatt ost o'e weary wortdlina crave
IS that blest time of boyhood -when each wide, ho v-dazzle eye
.aw but the sweet that lay beyond ithe scal-lop Ia the sky.
S-S \V. Gillilhn, in Leslie's Weellyr.
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IE1t was a stocky, nervous lit-
the Cliiu,,. willi merry grayi
S eyes, iwtVCih 111R1 the henill-
Ilingu of "ocrow'H feet" 111
Oits]; each corner frol In laughter.
He had a mi oothi, arlstocrntle facet with
a bit too much Jiaw, which, however, to
toTne 'owouldl adtl a clii t1iit s nlldicatlig
grli and -telncity. le was n non-
clialiat fellow, %who just escaped be-
Ing. fresh by a narrow margin. I
formlie tihe opllion that tile v'erdancy
lad been kinoocked out of him by IWlt-
, t0r experience, for while ie was bright
Sand breezy to it degree, lie never
Sseemned to overreach..
S:I met him In tlie SRiulok'li roo011 of
i: tle. Ulbrln t itth nt litni nlc of hisl col-
lege mlates on the lmolrnuig of Ithe
.Glorious Fourth," s lie was tying a
-bit of red, white and blue ribbon
thbrouighi las buttonhole It honoor of lihe
day, naid from then till thei end of Olur
voyage I had iianly pilts'a it. chlits with
Hurry Beaton. Tlio boys tillled hini
SShof'tyi not because of 1lil size. i
:earned, but bel'vluse lie thd planyod
Shiiort stop o11 his college tclttu.
;:'Vi citatted tilhe iloorllng thiroiigh,
i telling lsome yartis i bohtlt- 1in iy
'i peirlences, nnd how I had Ihap-
lpeled to be appointed attachlip t Paris,
rnad Beaton of uhow lit In lssl Ann-
polls beciitSe of Ils "r'ottlnl" Iltili'e-
mitlce, thereby couipelllnig i11hlm to -li-
ter a university. I 1n1111 Ctoilciil l tI lit
n tIhl, case lthe liuvy wias it loser, for
he surely had the tmbi r tof whlicl sen
fgfhters are made.
-WVe p1rted coliipaniy in Liverpool nf-
t ter. agi'eeuing to illn(. t 1 '1rils, 1111u(1
while thle jolly ptir3y of llglit-heniited,
strapphln fellows tool< trailln dir(cit for
London, I cioos.s-ie to hlirkenilicitd il ln
ias soon spo)eediug oil to the fi hnkie-.
pienre c(oluitrt3, wlhi're I Inleldllt to Iputi
I'ea week before reportilin ot liy post
It1 Paots.
I had bicil In the Froiich capital
about telln dlys, uinul w\iis begllihnIg to
acquire th(e lFre-'ncuniinl's eiti y l (lller
-tln; 'li hen onoe line lfterllrtioii, while
toiterl ii nA lout li' Ie t lite f t ivoli. I
fitopped it lhe Inisectellt of (lie loule-
vard dte Sebastopol to walcel tlie work-
nlii di ggingi the trench for tile Mer to-
Vlolilalne, tihe irwv uindergrouiind ronid,
w'blch follows the Rnte tdo INIel l Its
entire lengigh. I was coti )nrl llg their
mcllhonds nillid workllinn witllh our owni,.
when it cheery vofce hiilhed ic t'rnoll
.tilhe other ide of tlie licitelih.
'I"Hello, lleuk(nnti, tre you l oohking
fov' workk"
And tlere was Ileotoln, balltii'lllig
himself on a shorionig )heiii antil hi kinii
his way slowly; at tl:e iunnilieit plertl
of breaking li l neck aind to It le lc-
companliment of i c'hole' lIIne' of Frenlich
onthi frontl tlie foreminli, not a wNordi
of whlch lihe unde'rstoodi or minhdeld In
the leacsf.
"WVell," I said, "I au hIappy to see n
familiar face. low rei' yolu lnd aill
the bully boys; anid wlhn di you Ol ir-
ri'el" I fired Atlty, still cllnging to
illI flst, for be It kuown tl ll Ilicutt'i-
ant Crosby; U. 8. N., liid ibeenl rilhetr
lihomesick along hi nelw stu'rroundd
* nlS.
:Shorty began in Is 1 breezy wany alltn
00oon brouglit ills itory from our Il)irt-
ing ifi Liverpool iup to his arrlvil inl
Paris two days before.
"'And the funniest ithiing about th0e
gay metropoliss" lhe rattled on, "is thei
unliforml courtesy we ineet wiith every -
where. They ill sieeni prticielnhrly,
Anxious to please me.; Illtlhough Irly tips
are no larger than those of the other
chaps. .1 hTe concluded tlitit thiif is
that cotintands fo tlutieh re)epect."
tapping his buttoiliole, wherbI he still
kept tioe small strip of redl. wllitlle fui
blue ribbon. "Yot se silo Oil Illle
argument with Spitinl, iolni of these
foreigners halnc lieeln eonvin'll d llhat
we oare iot all savutces running an)oiut
in al breech clout indil pair of elir-
rings, nd are Incllned to eiilltlate
our- frctidnltlp. I eveth caUglit i Ip!ret-
ty, chia-urbetrmaitId ulkil eyes lt it e
Sriblpn, m niil- ou. ty, he I.lliltl"----. tll.d-
so he babbled on. ilot Itoittiga ii dl!P-
pr man -with- a herce miulsticiite,-who
had-been edling toward ti us. tilil tlie
dapper otne touched him oIl lthe- lthoiu.-
-"Pardoi!, 7e- PIrefect wonlob] intlr-
'yle- muonsleui, at ze prefictur't. Will
monsleur accomopany mn/e?"
"T' I deuce le wvoult"' cried Beatonl.
"And wio aro yoiu iny friend :t"
Stheli: F'reuihiltulln, tdriawung back his.
coat, pointed to a .Banill gold sBtir.
"Ze inesselagaire fionti :e Prefcet,
monarIt'" -:
.'Seeing that the 1inn wns a detective,.
Inqiulrtd In Flrenh whly nmy friend
"was wanted. Hie answered witit ..a
abrug of thi shotllda'ers asnd an out-
apreading of the pnllns that Iltit was
the business of Ihe l'rItelct--his duty
was to have monsieuir accolpanuy

"Wel.l Benton." I said. "'tlhre Is
. Mnotbing to do ibut .to comply wit l a
poillt request ln pa totlCe' ai ne. EYv-
dently Lhere In a iuistnke, or 0lse tlint
swearllng foreman laS coinrlnilitiilrd of
your-doinlg n tiglltrop l'iunt an,-roMs Illr
dilt0h, I'll go along n1:ld see you
., 0 we tarlted nlMon tile- Bollllnr'll
du 'rlalI.'d'ruw sx Mll e P'ofl tt. Wllcltel.
sit,4d i AgD 041 It UibL: BfQ twol.wibrll

occu'llies the old uuhlcipall barracks
nand.w.re usIiholeld lifniedlately uto theI
PrvS SoIt'e or lhe Prefect, a sni ooil i
faced, wiry uanil with .gray, lnwk-like
eyes t1at seeome to read one's aintld lit
ai glaine. I could iteo that hlteaton
thought not one wilt abashed, fell
those eyes.
"Good-day, Monsieiur leuton. M ii
sleur wonders that I should wish it)
soet hiin," said the Prefect.
"Yes, chief, you hjvl,' the best of
tile," returned ltentoll, 0oolly.
"I wish to Inquire whether mionsie nr
hns tilt right to wearl tills?" 'Indlcatin~l
Beit',li'a strip of red, white and blue,
"Of course I have a right to Wll. r
that rll)boa," Inistled Ilteitonl. "I'lit AII
Aierleall., tand that's mIy thli."
"Oul, llontsicur is tin Ailtmerican, I)ii
thi s Is not ati Alierleill 111tg. Whllrt
ire tile starss"
"Oi. thie stairs! Vell, li snee this' Isi
jtust the olor's yoli klnow., Just tlhe' 1pla
red, white ald Ilue."
"Oul, lotitnsler; .Jutit lile red, whlit
midl blu, thile trlt-color of Frlncll., Inii
frili In this wiay Le Modalllo ddo Sai-
veotage, Inwati'tl i y the (lover-nliuill
only to 1ho.e whlo ihave rtscneld Iunaiii
lives. Molisl.uir la gully of ita nil
ldeilea'nor alid it is tily painful duty 14I
plcilc ilie isie'ir viitlllr, irreit."
Mattter's t)cgfinlaig to look b)ldr fir
Bc:atoll, I Inlti'rposed IIn ill Irrenchl> 1.
plalined that my friend ludl just 11I
rived Inl Paris, that lie was Innoceint "of
intelitlonall wrollig, that I t was 4on.
nvetd vlwith (hl Ainerfan E ,I'll bas.,3
:itd woulil iatld suretCy, asitla lirlliy
that I would lhalel iai ti l)rivla' Seci'r
(irry ofr (tI AiiAo'it.nnl Anltnlsstlir-
voiuch for Mi'. Bcentoln's iinllocOnci,
Tills 1.ilter sremlld to linc Vt clrect; for
the oflivccr who Intid ( tle Itirrest wils In-
strlict wIenit to the tell!lioiilf aind c(Xl)tlliin,,l
Ith situlit loll to Itosm, thel secretary, It
(Illesting blinI i' necessary to p)lncI lwI,
fnetisl I fore the Anilnissador, inll. I
In his ii fllienc to re''l

stavorlr ft'lr>e Ib forol I l had IIIIIsliPd 1li1
aft'lr a ilt ,.coillltcovlR lX'ilnilgt i0i
dilplolllhi nioft ljotlp) wltii Itoss ovii
tli' ei'lfiiltolc, li-e Prefect agreed Ii.
parolB Iullou).
Shiorty wils very nIith to iinl III
riblllo, lhill I v'olililccd Willn Uthat th1i<-
was notlIltug! dit-loynl iill tilring itI
colors, hfcauiisi, iO t)) w I'lrfPrc't In7d. 4 1
pIalincd, It iwas lnoit lie Alterlclnn 11.1*
he \viwas w rin. iut We wreq' wevtll i'l
llr' wny tolhis llhotel before It 1 lhad fill
Isheid r olisnallr- thI'e Frillh police for l.w-
Ins gt plilk of polite lIdlot ct' ssIs.
WVt lhad t1irred n11o t he lie 1tip' Ii ll
11, nild w cr(lC lif rh If li
NetIt'r, where ltlher was it ltiiar sllW,'
exlt ndlltg blrtwpccee it t te excllvit iti)
whre I luIl eell g llltndlig wheln '1gr f
'(l Ify I lll Io nd l i notl1'1r opl n:l i
isveraIl lIlohl8 fuirtlnr tont, wl hn il liw
glroinlldl( r t our fleet was hakenll alI
b)y t ll ll< ir- t linll Cl :nil lookllg i "l 1,
d oi'trep ll of eul.vter Ihoot Intoli1 tile r ;till
lh1il, s d.lli g Into a glrlet inmdild
streaitt, (,ir pluhitgng toward us, Illn
creasing 'iiin specd as It tore down iI
slight Iinlllie.
SVclltiilhs alid pldesItrlials went ilt Ih.
ing aii l Atirni'illi ilii out of (i wny i0:
tli oil-(.onmlDt flood, ill il to Ilil riush i
the wvafer was Itddi d lthe extiiid
Ahouts of hlie rightlelitn people). Qul.-'k
its tlioglilht tillnton grai'ibld iiie by- Il
iriii, icuy Inl ;
"Thr im i nl thl tlre lnr' H!llow I,
you sty 'n)lt Iigl'! Tarlp itlyourslve's.-' "
",ni II IPH t aVOI !' ill .114 1, niid Hli I.1-
off lIk fa t %l,-r, rtumiii likeo i dlver it,
word t lie o ienliig ait ti' 11oilevitlrd dl
Seiihastiliol, while I trnifled oin Ill li
Reachilliigi t(! tri-vi'd, which \w (11. i>
lit thsl potlit, hei yelled like anil Ill
"Slirs vu oils! :iuves vousl' wvr
ing Iil haut a01d inl scil.l ear-l.esti cFt Il
his ilintm ti- by l tly tie ie I reuivlac l
lth( hole thl( workinel( rt- out aild riiunnlig for pleI s ot' f(,i*i
ietnton wis i.not it sicont too stlnli, rI
hefolit' Ihi last ilti i gpu t t o ltt yleillW
fiood wni lil)o01'iius,v tilitl It ihlilgcd i nho
tihe trei tltl~a i)rfl ci lnirl't. It taltlk
nil ot i str-llgt Ii ls Wi' gripi)ild n ll-:li-
Iiy latuInp-Iie Ito eki) frot Imttl- tti. ll
into the ec.vttilr, l
After the first ruib th'e wiat liid bt(>n waslat deepoi. began to stitbill.
cnti'ril off itto the inniitllit i. n liiil llr
feet aslM>t'm of seweris of which Pailis
Is justly proud; hlut It was days lic-
fore tire trittlwi Was etutirely ' The jatler itieg r. n'lie ,i-orltcriiini hI.
returned and were poMrtiig oit theIr
gratitude to tihe mdriest little Bltioni
with. tears in their yes while several
wIldly excited ftcllowt insls't'dl on kil'
lig their 1-,s-ur, and It vasit ,ill we
coUltt do to kpcri tllhen offt. wi we'le :
pfretity pair in our wrt itnd lliuddy g;!r-

ments. .
hBy thbi time tfhe police hinad rrlivr
headed lWYiour friend the drl'lrilvt.
Swho approached Irlttoll IIn t nnioN
Ihmlle mnaiT f.r n.l liftlrn his cap,
u said.
I have ze Ionor to.reqult uonuleuir
ito pome r it VllI ta to LaP 'lcEfeitnri.'
"Wbat again?" alid Beatoin. "'ow
t11 | ha^ Mr. IqltbC I rdl'$ do? tlh


it -i -i L ,- .- . . . .

ftri If I .i'l r1te p yo.i i 1 r lsi. ils rltli:i

4ut ii. i0t 1 nuil r1t0l t119 a'1 at)[ Iv nft- itlt-
in I. lt I ll in ull GllG "I I' lllll il.dgleir.

Il i I-nlpl lt ll l fI Ill li -llll i-ir 1.l rilI
If lli. i llllc lllon of lIr' l<\ ,-r Iiin lnt
-i l Iiil F)1i t hill hll. fr:IIel; Ilh ta lili lu er'-
I yi lll iiLnn 11A (lI'r ..il l-rSl lil l ID 1s d1ii v.I
I.Illlal tll. l )ot. IlXl Oll It'Il llllllt I gil It,. ill'
rei -vlll lll I r iilr ill I tswflnr il If Ii 'lorl l
,ia l 1 I,.iiil'i Ii i. Iill IIni f lr N oi) lli he
fi';ia' ;l 11 tIl <\clre r.-ll nior li rsl i ll

I I, .- ol t! r l nr v r i l. Till
1i1. t l i l. l 1 4i ild ,inli' "i fll a rnl- 1
l 4lr I t '-.1 I dLi !olillr i ll ;il I IJ A l.1 Allh-

ri.,liilpi,- iiollnl i )f Iholy h1:lil i t i m .
l p oikc rlirln linrl'l ,Ilghl lilir. tie?

l O. f O l1 1 l l lit llllill-1 I Il o f ,0 l i l l.
,ii 1 Ili. I, t o irnliges arn l' grown, ntol
V) trop-'l 'l gi,,i'rlloi still r'imember ilhe omin-e
,r'-ili l. toulirlfli llnvaun ormigOr n. int
in Nortlh'rn I'loridi. wlihere ItP treet
:itr', fr17 ii4 0nlly cut down by t111. hlard
from's aid 'old wealiser.-Wa8hingloj;
V'" S.


and Im, not responlstile, qnda I simply
ca n't go-look ni ny counditlol!"
Jliit we di go--thIs Utol in a cib,
lie Jhllll illlSweai I li that hil1 etr'ringo
would he ruiiledl by our wel ind nlllld-
dyy appiril.
We 'tertie iOet anI Ile eniratic lity ithe
Chief iu pli-oni nild eolluill t'ed into h lls
pri-iv to alliiitnii'Lli s
"All, linslaur. itweeini yo 11. Mint-
slhieur Imiust allow ilte to -tendt for lilt
elanii gurllrllcils inul i'eriill i l ie iosh liow
hini tl l, i)ll Ith. Thlu i orrpil'l ionlr II ItiP
Would like to itnlervtI'w mily t fril,-ti
Monsieur ltit'lon. Va'will .niuiIkis l

50iisll r dtil not w Ishi to lie Intlhr-
l-wtd, hlI i t hie Pri-fect l staslied thait
Ihe nowie piipa s I had t'erainn rights I th
tiiliOsl'iir sh111 l ould resp tI' anil i favor
Io hiis.'lf wroaulld i tiiislor be t o klnd
its tIo liiaili llo ll.s friend li l' Pi 'f a- .
W l. wl e had l lio n1) rv'hiw, I i li ng
Il,' tnlklgl hit In Fr li'li. liitId -IAo:n ioi loolk-
IIIng lii Istlriily t i. ii 11tnforti lat i .
eo 11l ii'itl linit lio itnslllig of it
i'tic hI nl lliokin ai IlI'g w iIlier ilikill.
ilthh-li mevounlred for tIh goi.1er., ;ailn
thlI b ti for tlhil' all .' Ik wIlt ind1 1I iiih
If1g.4 of i1 y fllnllll l n11 liiIiln'r or work-
nl'ii wouihl iioni ll .ll l "y lin\i lait lI-
drow 'lvd. O f( io nirst. It llvi 1111piipIrs iV*
it glowilig i .o it o r il of .M linlr u'r lllil-
toll's li'iav dh'-'i. w i lit h ilt iry ifi lila
lif'o at nil iirl'rit lil'' of i phioi.)ngI 'iltih.
tIll i tli' suR -rlrslii i l pslau iinini lihii
iiliti l i' w2r W ll in 1 i I'.-i'ai'll n liii of liii o ild
I Igtu lni- fitililly, the origlitmil tlia tlii libe
lin g 111 hlit i
'I'h)llp i'rI. l ir l li ih'lll'lg 1 h ,llE I <'r hlid iIl
Iit ifilil', h i'l. l I .Wli i 1 wiiy fi<'n ll us -
a iit iir ., liim l ri111se1I I:4.i str- itrli s ri -
llis. I I'liiliu lii III In I I w tild iiit, oll

I-i l \ ll.lllli l I'rl i-111 lt

i \\'i 1i ll l -i I l il l ttui'il "for lin i si ill
"ii l- a-i you ii.liili, "t t il t n ill ltoi' nla l

Illi. h, il [s I

l il wel t e nillt II'11 11i: 'S IfIIr Ill Ii-
it**I i i' ll i III u l i' I tII'oi l'' lto ;' .

lnit wlnrT n l n it I 111111f ii nkl l h re ou r
i1U.1ri lilt.iI Y lou I islll i .l, iti. tor Il doi '
1.11. f- l sol -p.'1 for 1111 wn .'I In this.
hlli Ti nes d it,,ly tits 1 "
\ ht- ii -i I-I l' l nai. I' eii l. is Iil'It r I iir I -I
llrvlih whllh i

li.oiloi 1wo 111 i h1111 li r l-io lor ribl.ii
I, IIa l Ii li)'l rI \ his

of II s l -I-Irls II wnllti u Oll h t' e''I
H Tlio Mn i la 4nil Iiollz.

-ii't r li s l ilIo li11n i t- eli I ily 1i rel -

11-i4 Ir f ii 1 11. 4 t1 iii t '11 1111 1sU l ptii .ia 11i

o,\. l s i oniii li ir
A I 11, l le h1 .1 1 t' I N1ll o1 ll l Ill'-

b it' i lt r ii l r .i ih K lo i iii. Iil wlritl-

i II. 1111 v i i i' t I 'Lil ll II i',l-
l l lih- i-llllt- Ilio' nit(l i -W s1.y I'ro il
ng111- SIli -t le il1 I'liti hlls r r pol I'ti iii

I1i. ttilt 1-l i- l.i i i,- t n'sl inii Ii tlok itN
i i '111.l11 ll.iw 11111 tIt li t tI i 'tl 1 Il Ill' in
oiI r rhI i lit .l il l It for
Ii1T l. 1, 1.r fi ll'I l li 11 'll l 111, illl > f' nlit,

'1 :1 1 siti I lt'-' Itt lu l' iiiiil 1101
Ili, ii'.1 lie' dlt [l IIill it

li-t- Ih l '11 1 I i hil' l. I n i i' piist ol ll'
3rri, r l" Ilt, I ,;, I lll l< ll'g a ix io nti li

I ,11' .

,ll '.-tl-l ] i llt l i 4 4I l -l ll lll- ll i 1 11 lit

Ili tilt I4 i llat i ll l l '.iII lln 11h 11- I lt

lii l l lv o silli iil .l A liire i. nc n t illt r I lili
Ih lll l '-d, ill l 1 11'-l 1111i I Ihl 'llt 1 t11a I1o'il
:lll Il li t.igi hbi In 11.11
,\-1 Ii?!! ,I i lll'liI. 'ih1 Iiinlli llfrln ii 1111-

i"-. l.llly" I .Ilit o f1 1 0 Il W 0l I Wf r llihr'
flu.* ll r,' \ il'l~iy u i io I h lip. itr ul irlli ni-

: i i I1 I il- -.liil. iii i T r (ieh lNfl.
Wlll I ln'P Is sna ilv.

Inl .- T ll o l ii1 illll 11 dIo1 ;i'in I 1. '111 1 'ou-

i li ri th ) o\ lli' l io tl h t.ol"l il lii'kiii;
o il I1'O ,I,)'_u "mi noI'uil i eo1l ip liid Jll-

Tih r,' )i< n 'lil III li iliil, th11 Ilio oht'-

l il,-i I ikd.
"I1 uJ-hll I. .r 1 M l. \V>" "

Illaii li' -,n' Iiiol lvy "

iliillh, I hiil l iillir illld i'llH;' hlsi l1-1).

Jewsiih Caots r t Arna.. decldlng to follow suchl a Il-netlcent
Pnori very curlousn finti rT .bout Jew- occupatllon. In youth I 1-ilg debated
1i-1 11'r.ltili'y Mne given IIi IrP new vo!. whealier I lihouild lie n phylittrlnii or a
iiml oaf tlie Jewish Ency(Iopedin. AA aioldler. Up to the irrlne-set liuruent 1
.Iowni lhave noi'recogulrsid t poltlon In th< lea' notl ltti tbl lito dirteraniio Il
fruidal tiyalem they did not, of course., whichh cpalllty my services would
Uia' isiiis AR n matter of fact the lifhve bIeen moi;e 'lettructive to matu
lir'rl sacordpd JIowls t oant of arms was kind.'"
gl'tinilel by the lmlleror of ermany,
In 1122. Fr-wt popIb know Ihalt thae i'tevldel Wlth Nallt luall in4 or.
IrlplP-turrec cnstle of Catlle adopted A pillar water animal Is th.I yo.
1by Lordl i. tc'nnithltld Wias bmT'oweal I. apla. wliclk nature hll provided witb
fronIl. aic eel t Ibe tIlamly Hnalev of a n anetor solmewbat IPbllFar a shape
'utl. mn lr'vI. ailoI Il$ih e h to tboase ied bl tlp'l li y himeans f

HIil.-Uu..,.oe.-4, 1.t t r., _- -
r," .. .. .. .theli. eo hU-Is "tf.. .lJl.i et oldMllalhLxri In ar

The O111 Catlol or lti lworthwelt Terri.
iory to itlll ai statillnl.
W1'lllih a short tii tlhi e most Ilil-
lerhl building li VItiucenulo will he
imr)' down to make rouolD for i niotli'ru
ihIon i. li'I-s si n lllt. 1It'l1011 Its taken to-
wardi IityliKn It ns a r'Ille, r0 as all
liili i'uilnl fronr 11ii I y linrk. Thie lutlld-
Il: I i orit' witli i f-ior iIllinitn sev' u year
.-liatlIl ls I I1' i'p11iollI bulIi liig for the
Nortilhw\vst Territllry. I lnds s i tni'ii
he il liirr of thIli 411. bIutIl dlii no orig-
ilnilly l l't Iilnl d lith I'nl Iirill all i w ns
.rei-d.. lO fill tn i l a n IIirni ld, tt
IaS4i Ini ri i'at is ird ll' nIw'o roltilm lls I-
d li '11 il I I 11 ill ll t li I No h ilnt wi re

loiI: III lisV. I wll lhln l t'llp le u s irll t Ill it
IIlla lii 11nii Itpnr ai N1 I l ii it' llilil fill i 111
li I I Is i i. ll i i i h II II t lill i l l' I III
IIlI rif e Is llIr 11 1 .1 C 1r.11 1 111iril 1b g lLIII

Ihl. i i- i' i" Ih ii, tl i lil ilt. i t lhlirlll
1iil i i 11 4i-.1 y pL l it 111, il I ll in 11lI'
Ih-' talik.s
'll,. It li lllllll. I i h lilt I 'll it- I 1' it sl
1le'lit Ilpit tlllhl'- It -I-1t -'"lii' ill ia'll

il.\ 'll d 1'Y '111111" 1 1 nI K il olIIl. t I- li hl-

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..:',llt i' r 1" Ill II %,ri' 1" h II l 1, 11), 1 l l Ihr'
It|>rlit 'i|:il t' 1, I i ii fIl i% i l ly I t ii lit li'ii
, i 11.i41 .t 1 lim .Auuit! -s litlmlm I. nI- irl'l
tit i li ill "i i oi i ,rtill. l':il Illl- mi. Mn -t11

II.sI r' \ i; Hi Its '111111 I I l I l ltillI dlili
ii 11 ll If ;i- II, l li lJii Iit L i 'i o(' IIIll.O
I. -ll. Ih I ll, 11 1 1 miTn1ii I' 11 rllo 'y 'w hlr 'h

Slis It- li .l in' i it I )1--. i sI t i iil, N 1111
I, I'. I'1'*1 olo l m l rIl 'r \\'Illt Ill l

luiill' I li.l 1 8lIi rl l III. Li 1i 1 il ',1-l itnl r'
S lil l in li-l lil -. i lilt ItI lt l l li, l il I

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wlai nh duit- t o olttl I i ls t In iliils oii

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I1' N(mlbit ualpo-ir again In Allihloo i
will a HIotr In ttho Alt Il unt ilnimh(r
OVi)1 lll1iu'4 Inlifv tllltKing thill "Thif ,1-at 0
AbHohlitl." ii Is t vlitlhd I"Thl l'orl, ,-
if lnoitlt." Hnd whilhi IIt I. lit tlctul. ,A
psyclholuoglcl inliily, It tit Ili ilii
Inasu t hl ddactil, t(holl l pilittar li arltttt
dillcnatoly, aind will liu t l in i l hkill,
illnd wlIli Ilih pa h l ni lII111in i ci goo)rl II1111
furn thatil porvadn'' "Thni Itild lhiitt"
ianld "Thlio Iln AI,(olutl," bly thtl HisiiII
authol r. In Ihlls 'n cln, we syipatilllIh/4
with timh victim, lha wo cani'I IlhIp lirv
Ing hila lorinnntor all lalo mliolrti.

Reggle's Conolusion.
"Oh, mnrnima'" 'sllohi(i I 1111 nT<;4
git, as he ran to hl in other Iln gi'iil
gluo, "what. ilo ynIi Ithlinc, I wan Ji-
over throat wlicro Itno y'rl pitllntK g ilp
thle relicu, and Ilchy rin Ill nUt I ho ring
all full of breakfast foodl ".- Auigint
Smart ot.

Jolan Oliver ilolheo., aulhor (if "TI'h!
Gods. oimno Mortaln and Iordl Wickiin-
ham." "Schooiil ufr HniniH," otc-., tii..
has a story In Ahlnnlo's for AugIt,.'
ontitlld "Tho Land of illtgrol'." II
is In tlhu form of a dialognl, birlghl
and sparklIng, built pI.rvadtill by t1h1i
mysterious atmoashlero of lIrdrla Illii
seems to draw oiut so much hlal 'il
strange and contradlctory In hiilumli
nature. Not that It appears In Irll
story, which Ia really a liprliry Il.r ,-
story, hbut it seem to) bIt lrirniit H a i
sort of vaglou background

The Common Fate.
Dan Ciupid limped lInto his riflno,
All balltored an ntbr uinled wru li.'
A bandage andi Hpllnlt graRviil llH fli'r
lon-- .
"I umpired a lovp rnmtcll," iho nnl.
-Augui l Smart- e.1I.

Mary Proctor. who writes of "FI 'o
Hlundrod ,Little Worldls" In thoe Aitgiui
St. Nichila In a datighter of tIli'
great Proctor, Ihe astronomer and Il
living at present In Now York iliv.
She is a small won-an, oxceltlnpiy


Fire Marshal Shaw of Massachu-ctta
-Thlinkb They Should be Prohibited.

By prohlbtihtln thl i e f itl1 i-"
lamps and pt nalil.- R Ig lovlrriiismiriiiI. -n1i
tLhe part of i.nac ruipllluhi i.i Ii.L, '
owners, Deputy lirn Ma rsil .J--i. 11 a
ShLwt of tho Slatle paoll'o I lllkn i'i.11
IIveo will be saviel nlal ninny -rf .
iree whiob occur will bo provc.iau -1
He has made those' rlcrnlllnilirintll,. ii
In bla annual report, Just trun.miiltil
to the Loglslaturt:
"Yes," said Mr. Shaw to a Olohe rae
porter, "I think that glas&t lamps
should be abolishod. Thoy calus- a
great many fires. Not only that, hinl
llvea are lost by their itso. Thi s t-ir
wo havo hadl tlree .rlonlh which wtril-
cauised bIy tho ise of lnar s Itnilih.
"A metal lamnp la tu-nilmI wit r II
never oxplodei if t I t FhI) 111t ,
drioppleOd It dor not li liuh. Ili11
glass lainp almost c Invitrltldv I I:;Aliii
(terd, nall that mnanns a Hn'itt irliIn tf
oil niln a gull Hloo nt firn ati oii'e' ill
when i'sehttrletd hihiti- 1 up I u14niltl%
If the p rtll- o,'A lirn'ihnt Ilo-'- thll ir pi i
o n11c or)I nili.1, wihllih g-ui-i.uIllv lit-il
lions. a sort'lomia fire ha IH lhi ly t i, -'i'
"\Vhoi It Is a an onll i a Wil 1. -.'ii- r.
Ing tl(o Intuip and sho hIiniille or, ia I i
dentnialy dt filpl It. her sklrt-' air' Illil-.
to bo sprlnkled wllh tiue oil illd hi it
take itr Ily the Inile h'lill n'rii li.-
her he IRs pir'haps fatally lburni d
"With tIle metal Ilillmp i t 11 illfflTirei
If II sh)ouli fall It dthioe notl ( i<'i'.-,.sni ll
Hcatior oil albount It can I.t .eol se d l it l
removed Ito It Iluio of safety lhuiula'l"
any gre'al .lumnRio l done. VI'ry lltlet'
oif tho oil o'r-u'ialie Tho fire, r i any ti,',
cura, is enmitinail ti Io ithi iltt of ti',
lanmp. One lih. l tine to put llih flir
ouIt ibforo It galiln iany haitqidn\ v
"It Is p)artl'li ly ilIu if't i ilutI f')i ri
glasH lamp to hie i iu:ilt whe Iii lI i-ll
has hurnod liw ('tCurlhbi- Irlniiitli"
of the wiek Isck l''n i f :. mle ii:ill I f. .i
thoe geun rntloitn of ga4 of a vi.,-i lt liillii
mnble nnatur In Ilho llin nialv(\'' Ii
oil Ordinarily this could i1(it r.-, ii
In a lanip Ihat was pretty well l111 f I
with oil.
"'Thou Iho gas dioon not ihavei'
muich ainaeo In which to g(iinrnlto nirl
take on a p'rorutuir. HIutl n tlih hitll
filled lamp thoro Isn plintly ior iri'-in
and, once flilod with ag It I llinblll 1.-
oxlplodo. So I think thnt Ilio ilnig'-i
should bo rocognlizeld. llIs Il l II I
tho motal lamp colsta mulh niitor hliit'
tho gRlHa lanup. "liln'f d. I think thri
tho il fferoico lin ctnt Is nou a gutiit
In referonrio to th ntatlter lf over
InBiranee., Mr. Shaw Hnll 1a tgrv-;
anity agonist wero I ltho hnlhll of tih.
Ing rlHkta witholtt vIwlng lho biroplar
ty InsBred. Ito thl iiRlilg t. d lit n rn11ul
It ihlin1 In hil rep ri, I tlit llny inagpio
who willfully ovorinllurdl i1tit it|iellh nlio
ought to It, haitli lltollt for lnext unabllhf
a roloA nol 0.
Thlcro it n nlaw, Mr hinw n-I
which priveint thlii t)ovit r ic irtrid i e 1
doodl, uolno aiiKonl, Mr. llhaw anlil ril.
s) anxious for businoss tliht lhery <1l
not Intend Io li too partliciunr in hlooi
Ing Into hnlrr rlnln If thny Hlianill rn
fuin to Inlhn a rlik for that renaRi
sonio one olm rouhil hub found to do It
Whotn a finrr cnHa Is conti 'tlol In int
couirtf on nrreont nfl alleged ovtr'i'l
surarnc tit juiri'H n flrn arg I thni if
tho ronipanny waR willingK i) naolopt tinh
rlRlt It has no Kruound fnir comlnllait I.
Bo tIhn deoftndant wlnia.---loton Illtili,.

- I v

Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells.
It's .ni 'sintiincnl It's not the price-: that makes the
Inlrt intelligent and nuccessful shots ah(out Winchlester
FI'actory I.oaded Stlhotgin Shells. It's the result-i they
'K c. It's their entire reliability, evenneHs of Iutorli me and
tInitlirnai shooting. Winchfsiter ''"eader" tbhella, h 'tsBd-
dcl whih Hmokeless powder, arp the bent I iledi he llas on
the market. WInchester Hepoeater" she14 loodi t with
smokelca powder sIre cheaprin pi ice but not In quality.
Try eAher of these brands and you will be well pleased.
Be sure to get Winchaster Factory Loaded shells.

S.Littleton Female Coliege

()ni oft Ihe most prosperous a.hools In the South, illh a halgh
.sliindnrld of sclholartlip, le cntod at a very popttlar Stummn r Resorr,
ailn wll11 a In ga palronage from live states, extending frlK rm New
JIcrse v to I lorlda- n Intllitutlon that Is dolig tn great ior.,
\We %n ill take n linlited numIber of pupils, :icludiig
loll1) alltd Full Iiterary Tultion for $52 9o0
per tea ain ciitllons tiade kiown on appltcailoln to
Rl;V. J, 'l. RliODI)IS, A. fl., Presa., I.ttleton. N. C.
% ASZSCa=IS .E 3^>aSA3 V

Liver Pills
That's what you need; some-
thing to cure your biliousness,
and regulate your bowels. You
need Aycr's Pills. Vegetable;
gently laxative. Lo ,.MO.:

Wanlt your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use

rim rI orP DnI|lrllillsf itL r i r ol li-n. mllnl, ii n

"I htvas boen nirn ('in .rair Iet nr Innmnls. wIth
w, li< i I -.vi if.flenf,.1i n r L t ov nty rvar ,
illr. a lit uhl u i, t ir lll rr I ll- ri l' r t ir t yarl. ,
li.tr a.ll i' trla I ,. l..i l il i r rtitlll a id a
tIll l allltr y iat ui a lip- to y aul i as
tC thua ill tilhey IL ai. "- .T....,
th al. o. ila ld, llgin, III.

15 Bea Fbr
The Dowel* i

Plslant. I'PlllsCillh. FPa)l l Tn, nloll IT)n Orinp.
ir .1 liH iit41. WBs iL ar inrO Ir'lrlp 1It- tor- .lutr
iplI Iu bunlt. 'l'htt .ioilnu a it iln t it-li.u.1id 1u et'.
U tlUiltnLOul 10 oI 4 ur tIl luIl nll.r IiLk.
Serllnl Remedy Co.,Chlcagoor N.Y. Y g.
sostotolto loIotoRoRtOs tRsitotoRolto

lar p m CURES
S Indigerlodn, .
S. Effur't felt aluim adl-
c ^- st ly. o
ui 10 M). lld nir. na |ir(l(l.,rr k
olo~oLoHllolao~oaooliol otaoroGollo


Physiciansan Surgeons

quiet, almost shy In manner, )ut t Iin i i rrria Iati IIrlrr in tin .iili. Clinl cal
proved a sricenanful lecturer anrl writ-. advtan all ,il Iini.iir'l I a"lallltofI' flurplgell
,.re,fe'- trPia ia ,ll-t" /l,.f % M lmlanw e. h ee
er In the f'eld where her father wjn itn"a..a.lia i rFiii i-,, iai,-gue
dlilnctlln. W. 14. lIl;NDIl I t,llt'. )Ais, Atlanta, Oa.

She'Owed Her OfA'. i l RED
Miss Passee---I should like to Rie al Ir l Ives
young man try to kiss me. I y lll.o
Mis Young-You cruel thing'-A Aml-n s R 9swe .llI Sho
"Ii l IN l a ela ys 't"istlt Imetit
gudt Smart sct. dai. a llecs a io)eys.ialt ment
n rm. ,Ui..-.. ..i. -- lli rr ..ihll i*inbe ftrer
u\vr IP Or. H.H, Clwntl IO a

REE~sT A~J~ ~- -' 5mcl-- U -( ---
oA t[b. r".? Q9rl I thee 8-l 0.0d oo
a do P ,I t lb al tho BliO r
son aVsphe the Uvir AqtNve
s ea a lai, a b

.... .. i.1a --
W. Give It.P n Tat

Avery & Company
nl-1MI SonillIi i'or iyl Hl l Allinli, i n
-Al. INI 1I--


Rollable Frick EnO1nes. Boller1, all
Olzeu. Wheat 8eparators.

Large Engines and Boller asupplled
promptly. Shingle Milla, Corn Mill(,
Circular Saws,Saw Teeth,Patent Dogs,
Team Governors. Full lino Engine- A
Mill Supplles. Sand for free Catalogue.

l n l rIT i I lr .RnothU lltI .
w itthli HPpl 0P&-
610k iliuc Varlnlilm Frr i Wo rkm are urnea-
*fll4l Kl AIt A Ir(iwinv1l. iMiii irlrvl ir/bnilB
FT A IrAl rnih 1 1r t I IIrlnor ruIIll
8AIK IltON WOltKH,winston-Hale.lin

Sthll lIhet dyspopsao
4 I.

Ft Ill- 1,In lllve been
solldl 11i1 ln IK' IJ e4O .
S t itut (en lu hL BIIII l
yiur. lEvery Illness
nrlilny fioin it dllmordi'cl r stliaincli II
r-llee11v l i)r ctlrell liy Ill ir u" n%. Ho
conUit1ii1, In t 1thl t dllnr' ii e's orl'gitnie
fron-i tli '1 sa iillt-1 It iiiy 1 I y' le sif ly ul-
srll led Itheii- I iis t11 l c it dlrln of III
W4 1ilihl tlrt'l wi ll i l ,r II --i-flled or -
tinl d h iy Ih-I o,,'n.lo (iii l Iit of IllpanC
'J'Alllvee. l'll.\ rll.lillri themW iilllC AH
spenk hli111iliy' r ithemi. All ItruggliitS .
sell ihlluii 'I'll I '--crlnt p rknilgeo i
eloli1h l.lr 11il on.'iliiry of 't'astloli, 0nrt- ,

g ll, "hIIa r iy i tr-i la -o1Vith ll 't, a e .l

Itt IL tiltIANi
T, 'ei. oInt Finsi and WVest-. litee
1itttIat r i L"LWA

-ii -,t a ur .Ai, a 0T.,+'. .-l IOS

n ... ru ns : n s A ..." at

SI (In l Ia A I

I tei lB^ rtea secur. r *.''

Si lK T, a -- 1 .
)a&1 14awrite .,lr w r to n T i .
;)-- ^. AFCook at', ''',Ila

"ono \iwallile Illevery I'r? It
/ SfSWS, Mw~ ~nssv0, jrjir : a

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lu'er ni n wa ilt n,.Ir i iTry galid.
V r' wvll IIt [lhi oI e l i I-iri :
h8li Ihrow irsi'ilf na. (Colily's h-i I
Antl hit lhl fi.,w'. i tillheart.
AIigwi .Sitiart Suot.

FIr-'r i's er n.'nnonuly Oiirail. is lltii i nrnrn'is-
t i ,, nllt r Ill l t ,ll,-'l* t lime, u O r. , -.i 11- rlr .lir ir. a'trlIl holly rIIflo Ic r-;liil-- Ih'- ,i
I tr II II IlI.I K. Ltld.,u 111 ArihHt., PlhllII ..I' -
S lni't ahilaysl lile yJ'oiiui SoilCa'
h i a it ',' li t it. '

1 t.ali, (V'l Wesr slihos
ni' .. ....u ,I ,11.h.r Iilt ( Alll i"s .l''..r-
I'1.,, it >i I,., 11 ,,,1 (thirh or liti"t.-4i it
ill- ., i ,li-.., i,- i, i -u., tl. th a itahllt-
n'*. lit i ,.. ln i ,, ,,,,. ,il ,,| t
nill il.mttli- ., In l ,, /- ,. l ,.,,li Al
'i-pt tilt)' iil.:> i .il u,, ", l'i i)v
nuull. A ilrtiaM, iti -u -... I ,.iI N '.
T'hela fgi f t h In u..- .
lto mivct' hlnitsult iiut.y

t r lo l iigsti l't li tho gltiitl l i I.i ......

hu.'\ ll i a'li tVi l'ric t r ili'l lit-"'ll- ,
h lia -.1 i lIlihil rit .,
A pw ti r-I, ithraut Waint nee i ati
I I-. 'r. ir tI.thlbiolt mnodlolno wu f\,-r .i ,
1. ii nul i1T-uLini O )f ttrott hro il ling,i it I
SI. I *.i,1 i iro In lad., lalob. i 'l)
I, '1 1 i r si unikui nn i fn lithe lti hil -.

I was given up to die with
quick consumnption. I then began
to tlse Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. I
improved at once, and am now In
pcrfcct.,healthl."-CH'as. E. Hart-
man, flbtbstown, N. Y.

It's too risky, playing
with your cough.
The first thing you
know it will be down
deep in your lungs and
the play will be over. Be-
gin early with Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral and stop
the cough.
Thrce el c : Z%.. SO:, II. All drugl' I.
.. .. ,. i I ii t k
i I I i,, I I a ll i tnl l
Ii i l l' '1 ii 11i
--rriiir ~niniiilrm- rMM-

tIIIll. i 111t4r IIIII'vl ua tri n tI ii-a l-<11l Ii'-

flu ip lwll l toi' nItl a ihiil l i i eiIal it ll u 'i
i-liilid t l lt i riulu\ila r a ilta' llil l ctat i niip-

iln 'rr i n a'-I Ir )II If 1)]np'inrly ?41dn11 1 inIll-
nlit. T' ls i lt ol f t ll' t rli', ln rlt i liI ir-
foii InI ll ol, ll i If I11 w 1or4 lill lllr lil-

'lil'4tii' 'I cutt' oil Ihir Mlltll' n f I) llt-er
Ii v -i Nt t li vo' it 'lieril- hll p ilr'aItiii
il I lil t u I r.n II fit ld i-
Amileans In

11n 'all tt1t11t heIs 1itittt' that I n'he 11111111vi'ti1t
Ti ii iiii il'l r of Aia-ria in l llll. nilnyai
ai l r l h-i 'I u.lliia t ial oIr Ti riiI tIff ivi r-

1mte'itd for wr'ikut s-ani tIhoia' wlla gI'tow
I'olnty I liitied to riill-y l ini o nl. indof

iuih iniiis hi re II- paernllty, r li b lu nk

0lut11e11t of Illeu I tig l Int, IPltI daiy f ira'a
ttrlmoslnainvt tar six tInIoliu4 with a One
nliierl t liontif whPi i iieri 1i la d illre
niiy Ih'llah 'ounl <' ii Anid, to .1, ii lili-.

hlli h nllllln l rl u lu tl cla I I s olf llalll
h.t, in nd f a milly iui fr a rrlv lnri ( ll -

rllou .f smad:"I onlgrtulloate you on

lil wise course you n haer p mlrnued'
I lie w114? course you hiave piraurd In



TW 0nlheile T611eA.Wed star
bdtor and Proprietor.
,., ,: ,,. ,L -- ------ '
R utmred April 2S, 103, at Gaimesville,
Pla., as second-class matter, imider Act of
Congress of March 3. 187t.
Published every Tupclday an,1 Friday,
at $1.00 a year In adlvnmce.
50 Cents for Six Months,
; 25 Cents for Three Montlis
Local Reader in revere type, 5 cents
aline for each Insertion.
I- Space for display alvertisetienls priced
on application.

S McCreary hnasni't ruined the negro
editor yet.
Read "Short Teri Subscribers,"
elsewhere in tod y' n STAR.
Stockton is the friciid of the ias-
ses; and he is a business man, too.

State Superinteudent of Public
Instruction Holloway sounds very
Gainesville failed to get the State
Capitol, but she got the Supreme
Court Wednesday. Mr. Justice
Taylor was on the bench.

An exchange says- "Liquor sa-
loons should be run on a high
moral plane." We might as well
talk about running hades on a high
mora) plane. It can't be done.
If Cuba needs money, and must
have it, Uncle Sam should let her
have it. If she borrows money
from any Eastern power it may
cause the United States trouble ii
the bitter by and by.

THAT "BUSINESS SENATOR." Judging,-y reports we bear from 9Pl4 M1 4041k 4 '
If any expression in connection the operations at the American
with candidates in Florida has Oil and Chemical Company'splant, VW e e "e -
been more over-worked than "jet which recently began apeatins in
lIffs," as applied to the Iron. R. this city, one must conclude that in In Stock, an --are co i-istantly receiv-
W. Davis by some of lis over zeal- the establishing of new industries g -t-da S for Men,
ous but under wise friends, it is in Gainesville the promoters of Up-to- ate hoes or Men,
the "Our Business Senator," a4 it money making enterprises kept Women and Children, at popular
is'now being used by the friends of back the best till the last. .prices and of the best makes.
Senator Taliaferro. G dliv of the bsm e
It would seem by the way some The GAINi1SVILLI SIAR asks the
of his friends speak of him s "our qtiestio": "Are women naturally e Call
business' senator" at th t better than men? Yes, they are.
ines senator" that they thnkle wost woman we ever saw-and Particular attention to the Ladies
he is the only "business" mn in some tough ones lu
Florida, and if we fail to returntwe have seen some tough ones iu $ "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
ihim to the United States Senate ourday-was naturally better than ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
our State will be wiped from t the ebestman we evr k Th
map. But will intelligent voters meant thin on this earth is a X D. M atheson,
be fooled Into believing anmy such man.-White Springs Herald. 9
stuff? We think not. There are The county judge's jurisdiction 8ho Biand LeatIelvt 0.e. Iainegrille, Fla.
plenty of excellent business men should be increased. He should i
who are wholly Iunfit for Senators, have power to try such violations *l. l g i ~gpr. e y
and there are a few business men as the illicit selling of liquor and
. "-- .. .. "V .. I . .. .. ... I-- .... ... .. i- .. .. .. .
who would also make' good sena- let them be disposed of. The mills
tors, and Mr. 'aliaferro may be of justice to often have clogs in
one of them, but he is ceRiainly the wheels, and at the best-the
not the only one in Florida. nor is way matters now stand in this
he the only one who is a candidate county-it requires too long a IC E AND IC E
for the position of United States time to grind out a conviction.
Senator at this time. You need Ig and you innist have it. There is IC ,
Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton is the Muaedonlit's Striuale For Liberty.
peer of Senator Taliaferro, or In.vtew of the unrest in IMacedon and IC but the IC, that melts the slowest is the ICE
any other man who is now a can- and the threatened uprising tihe that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is the
didate for the Senate, or is likely early spring. there Is timely Interestd the
tba, no an articles In the North American Re- ICE manufactured by the
to become a candidate, not only as view tor February by Charles John-
a business man, but in every other mon on "Macedonna's Btruggle For Llb-


A man who will stoop so low as
t. to try to down a competitor by false
*S" statements or insinuations which
Ste ect seriously on every editor in
the State-anbd every editor's rela-
-ives as well-is a blot on civilized
Pope Leo's successor has been
'. elected. He was elected on the
seventh ballot at 11 o'clock Tues-
day. He Is 68 years of age, and
before he was elected Pope his
name was Guiseppe Sarto, a Cardi-
nal, but he has selected as his of-
ficial title, Pius X.
Some people are continually
kicking because there are no nice
things said about them in the
I*,n'ewspapers. How can they ex-
ect nice things to be said about
.'l thbem unless they do some nice
Things? Do they think editors
w'i ant to be lying about. them?
The Pensacola Journal, speaking
S about the Metropolis' picture ol
Broome and Appleyard at the
ii Tamany banquet, expressed ani
S opinion to the effect that a picture
o those two prominent Floridians,
as they looked just after the ban-
quet would be more interesting.
;:'- ---
S The abolishing of the county
i,:;I. court in Alachun county was
"-' great mistake. Some who--for
various reasons-believed at the
time the coujt was abolished that
it was the proper thing do are now
convinced that it was n mistake,
and would be pleased to see it re-
When Hon. -R. W. Davis first
'announced his candidacy for the
governorship many people believed
he would not have an opponent,
S but it does really seem now, that
he is to have two real live oppon-
euts in the persons of Hon. C. M.
Browt of Marions, and lHon. ). H.
Mays of Jefferson.
An editor works 31:i s d;) s per
year, says nn exchange, lto get
out 52 issues of Ilis paper--tha's
labor. Once in a while sonie sineai
takes the paper a year or two with
out paying fir it--that's anarchy.
S But there is a Il;ace Iprepared whert
the last named creature will get his
' just deserts--tht's hell.
Duval county la;s-- n the person
S of that able yonug l;\wv\er. \V. J.
Bryau-a county solmoitui ofl which

particular. He is at hoine in the erty." What Mr. Johnson calls "the
rural districts among the farmers Turk's .adulinistnitive Impotence" Iles
and lie is not ost when at the bottom of tlhe Macedonilan prob-
and he isa not lost when e m thee d ..ne 1l le pro pct of
lem. and there seems little prospect of
circulating among .the mental orderly coudltiontm In this portion of
giants and social lords of proud the Balkans so long as It Is ruled by
and praisworthy Jacksonville. He the Mussulmann.
is a man of the people and for the Whlle the Macedonian uprising let
people. He is po lar with the autumn was suppressed with all the
people. poplar with th sudden and tremendous energy latent
masses, and lie should be, because in the Ottoman empire, there has since
his character is irreproachable and been much disorder, and within the last
his record unquestionable; he is fortnight there have been reports of
the friend of the horny-handed flevre fighting between the revolu-
sons of toil; he has made a success tlonlsts and the Turkish troops. The
coming of spring, the appointed Utime
o._blusiness .for bhimslf, land- he- for Balkn uprisings, is awaited with
can be rusted to successfully rep- anxloty, which Is reflected in the ru-
resent the interests of the masses morm of Russlan and Austrian naval
in the United States Senate. activity in the Mediterranean.
if In the promised revolt next
These are facts that some of the spring, which is presaged by present
people know and others are learn- disorders, the Macedonians are loft to
ing, and we aver that when the rebel alone, they will be quickly put
votes to be cast for United States down. If the Bulgarians, to whom
Senator next year are counted they look for aid by reason of race af-
SenatorTaliferro ad Governor llllatlons, should give them overt as-
slstauice, the struggle would be longer,
Jennings will not "jes laiT." biut the result the same; the "sick man
-- -of iEurope" in probably a match for all
THAT NEGRO EDITOR tie Uilkan states combined. If, how-
eI l S of ver, the great powers Intervene to
In last Saturday's issue of tl compel the eleavse of this province
Sun, owned and edited by I. H. from Ottoman rul, war would undoubt.
McCreary, there appeared a edly follow, and the map of southern
slanderous insinuation evidently in iEurope would be materially changed.
tended to injure some Florida di A froo M douln would mean a re
tor, which re d as f lows a grouping of the Balkan states and a
r, wch r perlhlus shirt of the bhnlinuce of power
Au exchange asks the qjuestioi. in tlin Lovnat. it would mean practl-
"Are Women Better thllan Mcll''" cll.y the wlthdrivwal of the Turk to
We hope so; especially lltha tIlV Asin. for Macedonia contains half the
g are better than a certain Floiidti terriltory and thrre-fourtlis of the popu-
f editor who has heretofore been re- Intloni of Turkey in Europe. Were It to
garded as a white ninn, lbut who. lhr nlr away from the sultan his Adrl-
coniinon report has it, lias negro atle Iprovlnces would be cut off, and the
blood in his Vains. only vestige of his IEuropoen realm
Even McCreary's besL iends wo"ll be th' city of Constantinople
looked upon the iusinuitimm as sad tiOu provlni.o trlibutay to It.
in this country there is little uympa-
I)eing uncalled for, and beneath the thy w ith thIe Uhods of the Macedo.
dignity of a gentleman, and many s1nian rovolutiomnnry cormiulttee, which Il
Y said "Surely he imuiit have beetc here regnrdi'd ns little better than an
a drunk when lie wrote it etc. orginni-d innudlill, mainly respoaslble
r In Tuesday's. STAI we expressed for tile albdietloij of bMis Stone. the
w eps se ,money for whoso ransoni was paid by
Sour opinion nlbouit the slanderous Anmericans andl ppanrenttly wept to
paragraph and asked the aithor- further revolutionary scheme. Despite
since lie had seriously reflected this we should be gind to see the
upon every editor in the State-to 'ainssle iland of 'hl'lp and Alexcinder
name thle editor to whom lie refer- rellved from Turklih thraldoul undl
d t n to restored to peace and tranquillity.
red, but not one word hPs yet ap-
peared in the Sun in explanation Au Amplification of ilackastono.
of the matter. During tile past Th1e Blackstonunu ttleory that every
few days we have heard that M c lla's h1ollse 1011 isB al is enlarged
Crery s been ind i upon by a New .IJ-rsey Jtirit., who sets
C'reary has been indulging in up is at principle of ('m llnnn law that
I heavy thlrealts about what he will every womlun lhs tih right to exercise
do to us, but hlis refusal to nane her tonnigie to her theari's acounent so
the negro editor i his paper has "g a s" she r'oitniirq witlitlu her own
forced even his best friends to ad. domlclle.

uiit that lie is unable to answer our
article of last Tuesday, and that
the article reflected public senii-
met: ill this city.-- His own fi'iculds

T'hls rolling wanrs result of an sc-
tio11n iltnught by it Nowark uaiin to curb
Lis wM-ift's Sill\whtlt unruly tongue.
The Ietlliiont r Ior 'u llr t complained
that thi1 ttalkatle llndy scolded Inces-

sny lie should innie tihe object tIl san1tl. ,ndl he bggfl ith Judge to ap-
Iis un in dl insi.u iI,,ll,ny I .. ... IillY tit' ti '1 that go'erld bliduch flagrant

if lie told the truth lie ha-. nothing
to fear. What will he dlu :abmlut iit

The county commissioniiLs tl
Alachua county havei "lhi tlic n.il
on the head" at last. '"l'.ev have
bought road machinery .min are go-
ing to proceed to shorten ilie rli,.

si, any county could well ;>lloid to ibe, tance between points in the county \
proud. His determination to l ,Iv fronm about one-half to llthree-
the Sunday laws enforced ii n omtti h fourths, by building hinar roads for
. dcty and county is concedinuIablt. lthe Ipeople to travel ona. Hurrah I
We are glad that Nebraska is not f1i tur culll conissione
the only State that has a "Bryan "
-. -- --; L;i:F;aette has not been cursed
.The editor has been confined to witl tle legalized saloon in a log
I;,lis bed with fever thiN week for timme, amitd has rapidly been conxing
Xthe second time within ;ta o th
d as the "devil is to pay" in t1e t to he front. Now the saloon ad
j we beg our readers to over- vocates, some whom have residid I
S -all shortlcomni gs. L e\,y there all the while, and others wil
Democrat. l have been driven .out of other
. TLlr~ of Florida will syn1 counties by the closing of the sI-
pathlro Bother Farter ii his loons, are anxious to. ,votc. the
affMitotiota^ 4t editor of T.it county wet, but if tIb god citizens
S a b 4 P to him a and honest taxpay;i iof the county
aigi^.. i -. ome to do not keepout th legm1^...Loon
Sfor demron they will t they
n... id not, L. ,. .,i
3 ,,:-..,"' :.: 7 ,. 2.u.. i{

rn.ss. lie wins uitll crushed when the
Juiige, lifo'rlttui-d lilu there was no law
to p 1oi woni'14n iiingue from vibrat-
Ing In her own lioiIn'. "I' cnnpt give
y3'0 any relief." Hintl the firm but synm
pitithele magistrate, nind thie poor main
sinlly rt, faned to his shrewish help-
It seinmsi a grievous case and without
any, prosmpct of relief. The unfortu-
ulnt Inbhnusud might lure the scolding
Intly Inlo the pubUc highway and so
bring her within the jurlsdletlon of the
court, but It is apparent that she
knows her rights and' their limltationa
and will not be trapped by any such
transparent trick. The New Jersey
amipllficatlon Of Blacktone must there
fore remalu in full force and operation.
Illlnols "points with pride" to the
fact that its contribution to the Inter-
nal revenue is oneZfith of the whole
and liar er than that of any other ptate
In the Union. Which Is another way
of saying that the great Whisky dia-
Ullerles of Peoria are locate In the
Prnilrle Btate
Of AbaOrbialr imate mt
Ha-Do you na0 It *a IntseetiWs
Bhe-O. very. rm so e usi to, att
to the eat0h4 at reallY I a tit il -
so ss ^ therer png

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