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 11, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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v0IUoll-mp, 1.A~l~ F01.), ''UIDAV, AUGUCSTV r'i 1903.

j ., : TRENTON NUWS ', :
SRains C;ntinue and the Water I
Higher Then for IS Years.
TKhNTON, AiKgtiut 5. It still Cotill-.
Mles to ro u and there is more water in the
flat-woouds tlhau has been for fifteen years,
anid a great deal of sickness is feared
when the water begins to dry up.
Mr. H. S. Williams, accompanied by
his daughter, Miss Einuta, left Monday
for Thomasville, Ga. Mr. Williamns re-
tUm.ed home Wednesday.
I). A. Prevatt made a business trip to
Newhcbtry Wednesday.
\V. W. Colson returned home from
Gainesville Wednesday.
The infant daughter of C. A. Willaumsa
has beeu very sick for the past ten days
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William Wesley, colored, was arreat-'d "ut seems to e imprJvmng.
Saturday afternoon by %olicemuan Crou- 31rs. C. C. Drunimuiond is very ill.
well, and tried in the Nlanor's court andl Old uncle George Sanchez is very low
County Judges court iMonlaiy, o01 a atnd is not expected to live. Ilis children
charge of selling whiskety to Jue Roheson. were called to iris Ildside yesterday,
li the lMayom's comi, .Acting Mayor and the last repot. was they thought he
Broome imposed a fiiie of f50 anid costs, was dying.
and Judge Mason lh Iontrl him over in the (eorge WilliaLms, the infant son of Mr.
am of $ o5 to ;inwit the action of the j. E. Williams, postmaster at Bell, died
Grand jury. Monday of whooping cough.
Of course Ihc rleCllemdant said lie thdid
ore te d n s, he d lMr. Jteff Ulyatt of I.ev ville is thie guest
s ot sell the whiskey, but only brought of W. Colso .
Hit from O ala for Robeson, who request-
ld bhm to do so. Policeman Cromwell The protracted meeting began here
['aw Robeson pay Wesley 75 cent a for the yesterday and Ail. last several days.
Squart, and IHobeson admitted that hIe did Dim"et will hle served at the church Sitn-
oP.butt said it was what the whiskey day and a large crowd is expected.
..st. at Mr. Edwards' saloon *nt Ocala, The West End Teachers Insllitute will
p'a that he had ordered Wealey to bring meet at Treston Saturday. August 22, and
tfor him. But the boltte had anl old everybody is cordially invited to come
l.'ilthy looking label on it, and those who and br;ng well-filled baskets.
hl.now Mr. Edwards' business Imabils af-
firrm that he don't turn out anmy such Basket cctLn
. kingg labels among his customers. The committee appointed by the High
Tliose who know Joe Robeson, also Spiy.gs branch of the Long Staple Cotton
ow that he seeins to be a handy wit Growers' Association, to arrange for a
nzw. It was tlis same young "black basket picnic to be given on Friday.
Jbe" who swore so hard for the first August 14th, 1933, at Leno, Columbia
' armint" captured here after the town county, Fla., for the purpose of discus-s-
went dry. ing the condition of the present crop of
One witness swore Wesley asked him sea island cotton, and the beat methods
'if he wanted him to order some whiskey for handling and marketing the same,
for him, and he told him yes, gave him and all other subjects appertaining to the
a dollar and got the whiskey. Witness general good and welfare of the Long
was very particular to swear he did not Staple Cotton Growers' Associatiou of
buy itfron wesley aud perhaps lid not Flot.da, do extend a cordial invitation to
know that it was a criminal offence to all members, friends and their wives,
solicit orders for whiskey in a dry mothers, daughters aud sisters toattend.
county or lie might iot have toll all L'Lte hi lies are especially invited.
that he did tell I'rominent speakers will be present.
_Amouuigst whomi are Col. Harvey Jordan
Short Term Subscribers. of .\tlinum, f;a., Col J. 1i. Dell of Gaines-
We have on The Star subscription lial .tile, Prol J. G. Kellumu of Alachua, and
i few short term subscribers, whoein tIlL-e Otlhelrs.
began to expire last week. We alsi Comel one and all, atd don't forget the
have a few names on our list that were ipl.ce antl date, amd bring well.filled ba-.
furnished a'nd paid for by fritedis Iof itr.
theirs, for a period of three montli. .. --- -
Some of these expired with last issue ol F:lorlda Winter Bible Conference.
the paper, and others expire this week. I'o b held in Gainesaville, Fla., begin-
Those who have been getting the miiig January 3ist anmi continuing until
paper without subscribing for it themn- l'ebrnary 14, 1904. The program inu-
selves (some of them ) are those for cludeh the following speakers: President,
whom friends paid for the paper for A. P. iitt, Chicago; Rev. John G. Tigert,
three mouths, and they are now I.I.. D., Nashville; Rev. M. 11. Palmnore,
earnestly requested to renew their Ii. 1)., St. Louis; Dr. W. E. Blackstone,
subscription. (Chicago; Rev. D. V. Gwllvum, D. D.,
Those who feel unable, or for alny rea- New Vork; Re.. E. 1. D. Pepper, D. D.,
son unwilling to subscribe for a full year 'lhiladlelphin; Prof. J. R. C. Brown, Vir-
now, can send us 25 or 50 cents for 3 or ginia; S. i l[adley, New York; Clar-
6 months, and we will coutlinue to send ence II. Strouse, Phi. D., Virginia; Mrs.
them the paper. Twenty-five cents will Margaret Blottome, New Yprk; and oth-
pay for The Star three months (26 ers to be added.
copies), and we trust otir friends will not Uaiilesville is the brightest and most
delay the matter of renewing their sub- beautiful town in Florida. Ideal winter
acriptions. climate. Five thousand inhabitants.
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Advertised Letters.
List of advertised letters remaining inl
,the Gainesville, Fla., postoffice August 8.
1903. Persons calling for senme should
say advertised, and give date. One cent
is due on each letter adve liseid.
Miss Addie Bruce, Miss Nettie T. Boss.
lias Rebecker Franklin, Mrs. Jessie
q rlfeth, AMrs. Epsle Harris, Miss Sarah
Hanes, Mrs. Jennie lHamilton, Mrs. Tai)-
ble Jones, Susie Jackson, Mrs. F. H. Lo-
gan, Millie Murray, Miiss Lepinier Rob-
sont, Mias Susea Jan Stsong
John Adams, Govamnimtrin llrocesto,
Rev. L. A. Cato, F W. Duval, N. B.
SFirst, Rev. W. M. Harris, Annaniuval
Johnson, Moses Johnson, A A. Johns
John Lundson, P. Moseley, Joseph Mc-
Kney, Walter L. Han s, J. S. Norwood.
N. T. Ritch, John Rice, Havie Thomas,
Joshua Vinsti.
G. J. AtRow, P. D1.

Nptie- of Teacher's Emamination
Beginning on Tuesday, September 8th,
19g3, at eight o'clock a. m., and continu-
ing. ot four days, an examination of ap-
plicants for Teachers' Cer tificates will be
held in Gainesville, Pla.
The examination of the white appli.
cants will be conducted in the Academic
HEll of East Florida Seminary, and that
af the colored in Union Academy..
eaaminstion fee of 1z.oo will be
charged, .
: 7.au 4t Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
For Shertfl.
To tile Vots of Alacbnas onnty:
blp'auamOounce mIyelf a candidate
te S lS-of SheraM, subject to the
14 10ctiw dO 'h* 4 Democratie prma
t6 discharge,
t ofic -to the very best f my
Sa' tihe support of a


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las built and presented to t e tonrer-
ence a splendid Auditorium seating three
thousands. Special rates over the rall-
ways. Enticrainnment at very moderate
prices. Write to WV. k. TiHOMAS,
Chairman of Committee.
Giinesvilll, Fla.
Two Deaths In One Day.
From the High Springs Hornet we
learn that two popular young ladles of
that tow n died there of congestive chills
on Monday ot last week.
hliss Texas Criswell, aged eighteen
years, after a few days, illness from con-
tinued fever, took a congestive chill and
died about five o'clock in the morning,
and at i :30 p. m. Mlas Emma Bee Eu-
banks, aged t6 years, who had also been
ill with fever for a few days, was attacked
by a congestive chill and passed away.

Dell and Whetstone.
J. F. Whetstone was arrested yester-
day on a warrant sworn out by J. B. ]lell,
Jr., charging him with carrying metal
In the absence of Whetstone's attorney,
Col. C. C. Thomas, he gave. an appear-
ance bond in the sum of from, and got
commitment trial postponed until Attor-
ney Thomas returns to the city.
Ground is Broken.
With an appropriate ceremony the
Ground was broken yesterday afternoon
for the erection of a fine house of wr-
Sship by the Episcopalian of this city,
The congregation of the members of
that church, and some of other faths,
assembled at the corner of East Malt
street North and East Mechanic street,
where the church is to be erected, an
the ceremony was conducted in a very
Slmprweive manner by the rector, Arch
deacon John Gry.
e Gaincavlle already has several beaMti
I fl houses of Christian worship, but wa
a told that this s to bethe meat ag
nflaent of them all.
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Policeman Cromwell Catches Him
In the Act of Selling Whiskey


Bound Over by Judge Mason to
Await the Action of the
Grand Jury.



tO, Proprietor,
ii .ridz~ ,,

Laundry..., .

J. Runki


Were Arraigned in Judge Mason's
Court Monday.


Woman Bound Over to Circuit
Court-Man to Have Hear-
ing Next Friday.
James Martin and wife, Dora Martin,
white, were arrested by Sheriff Fennell
at their home near Campville Sulnday,
for selling wine. Several barrels of wine
were found on the place, and the Sheriff
told Martin he would either bring the
wine to Gainesville, or allow him the
privilege of destroying it with his own
hands. The owner of the wine said he
preferred destroying it to having it taken
possession of by the authorities, and this
he did by emptying the contentsa out on
the ground.
The man and his wife appeared Inefore
Judge Mason yesterday, and the womanim
admitted that she had sold wine Siunday
-which, in reality, constituted two vio-
lations of the lawy-adl notwithsttanding
the sympathetic judge dislikedt to bind
a woman over to the circuit court, there
was no way out of it, so lie required her
to give bond in the summ of to1S.
James Martin, the husband had his
case postponed until next Friday, when
he will be arraigned for a commitutent
trial on the same charge.
Judge Wills Renders a Decision In
Favor of County Commisaloners.
Judge Wills decided in favor of thi
Board of County Comniasioners in the
Case of W. H. Robertson vs. the Board
of County Comnmissioners, in the suit to
compel the latter to pay over to the
plaintiff commissions on School funds
handled by him in 'his rapacity as
county treasurer. This means that the
county school board will be compelled
to make good the commissions to Mr.
Col. B. A. Thrasher repr.leaited the
columissioners and R. It. Davis repre-
sented the treasurer.

Educators to Meet.
Front the information which has
reached the Superintendent', office since
tie announcement of the convention of
the county school officials, it is safe to
say that there will be a very large atten-
dance. It is expected that this will be
the most important educational meeting
ever held in the county. Hon. G. 1'.
Glenn has accepted the invitation ex-
tended to him to address the convention.
Col. J, M. Guilliams, Superintendent of
East Florida Seminary, and one of the
moat noted educators in the United
States, will also speak on education, an
well as the Hon. J. M. Rivers, member
of the House of Representatives. Fur-
ther than this there will be no regular
program, but any supervisor, trustee, or
patron will be at liberty to ask any ques-
tion or enter Into discussion of any phase
of the school work that he nmay see fit.
The convention will be lield in the audi-
torium of the Gainesville High School
building, and every one is cordially in-
yited to be present.

Killed at Duqnellon.
Deputy Sheriff Allen shot and instantly
kill T. F. Sears on the streets of Dun-
nellon Saturday afternoon.
From a gentleman who was at Dun-
nellon when the killing occurred, and
saw the dead man, a Star reporter learned
the particulars of the tragedy which were
about as follows:
Deputy Sheriff Alien had arrested W
T, Harigraves, a naval store operator.
and was carrying him to jail. T. F. Sears.
Hargraves' business manager, ordered
Allen to release Hargraves, saying if he
did not that he (Sears) would kill him
(Allen), but Alien .went on with his pris-
oner. whereupon Sears shot the deputy
twice, and was then shot and instantly
killed by the deputy. An Inquest was
held and the verdict was such that the
officer who did the killing was exhonor-

fIreah lmets, groceries anld vegetablIes
Lall, enad me your orders or phonee for
what you wast, J. '. 1Inrrold, ''li.ourC
No. a3.
The jewelry store of I.. A. Jernigan
iha recently been repapered and fixed
up In general, and is now onel of the
neatest in the State.
If It is Johbpritting you want Jsut Meid
your qtder to the tasr. It will have
promp attention, nudl work atnd prices
will suit you. i tf
Miss Chriatine Rlchards, of Gaimucville,
arrived In Ocala thin afternoon adt will
be the guest of Miss Louis Ilarris.-
Ocala Banner, Aug. 9.
Gilddinge' Hair Grower dues the work.
For Sale by Dr. I. II. Gildings, (aiRnIIe
vill and the Poatoffice Drug storr, I ligh
Spriltgr, VIa,
W. D. BlUtch, a popular A. C. I. L. er
ployee with headquartersat lilghl Springs,
was an agreeable caller at the Star office
yesterday afterntoou.
Don't be always asking sme one for
the right tlime-have a reliable watch of
your own. No matter what your taste,
your needs, your price, we can satisfy
you. L. U. ulith.
The many friends of Hilton S. Hamp-
ton were pleased to have him amongst
.them again-he having come up from
Tampa on a few days visit.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson asl daughter,
Missl mma, and Mr. and Mrs. Davis and
several others returned yesterday from a
pleasant outing at Worthington Springs
..tWe youtried Olddings' llair rower?
Others have tried it and pronounced it
god. For rale sata, Giddings' Drug
tre, Osinesille, and P'otoffice Drug
Store, HiKb iprlngs.
Mr6. P. Striper and daughter,
Mis Mary, who formerly lived In thsb
city, have returned to make their houie
here. MIr. 8tpreeper will shortly arrive
from Indiana.
Mis Mary Strobhar, of Gainesville,
who II Well known In this city, has gone
to Cisuetouatl, Ohio, to enter a conserve
i tory of muse for several month,--Oteal
HBauee, Au i. 6.
T t, is ais ber ol fcam ,,
(e at Waldo t d vidlty, ,
of si.U*4yaseb to
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Iel ai itine lor mPelul i ma tExact or pa ce
of liandm, state, lying a8nd being in the
cmiuty of Alsehua, ;itStuo Ct Florida, and
ransre particularly described as. follows:
Southi.west quarter (s w ,j) of south east
quarter (a e 4 ) of section tthirty-two (32)
II towInsltip uiLe (9), south of rauge
eighlteen ( i) east, containing forty (46)
acres of laInl, more or lear.
'rgether with all atml sangilar the ten-
cumen t, lieredtltanments aind aippurte-
ances to the sanuie IelolKing or in any-
wise appertdninhi.
Said property a' to le sold as the prop-
erty of he sald .)loini Mcblenry and Julia
McHalr ry to smllntify and pay said decree,
sP i 11a llm .,RIS

Get an aMbtract of title to land ui
fore buying. After paying the purt
chase money there sa often no redre
for tax sales and ungeincele tmart.
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Hanhattan "A" TyPwril .i'
A EHsuned.DoUlAr, 'p
writer for $60.
Guaranteed for onei Sol
monthly ameamnta at a slimbk xt iriku'

.. J. C&VATT, to r =pobl part" i
C. C'. Tim,.At A, special Master. Ribbons for various a
Skolirilor lor Counplain.j.t.
t'nler aud by virtue ot a final decree
of (rtmclosure made and rendered oil tile LAD 0 ION
aylth day of July, A. ). loo.t, ),y the
I ou. T. WIlll, Judge or the Circuit ee i.
Courtof thIe Fghlt Judicial Circult of the
tate of FJorida, in a certain cause thereti OA NBu
penduig in chancery of sail court, where-
n Mary Gordon was compinlanamt, and
James P. Brooker, Victoria I. llFIrook r
and Joseph Landrum were lefeundalts.
I, WV. R. UroQume, as sHlecIal master' i
chancery, daly appolattr il as such by Th e STAI
said court, willsl aell a pilhli nuction be. A
fore the court Ilioll4" ,I ,1r in tie
city of cainesville, l'li ialn, uon Monday,
the 7th lay of Heptemlier, A. A )193, he.
teen the legal hours of ale, all that cer-
tain lot, piece or parcel mf simil, situate l, .
lying and heing In tlie cnmiLty of Alaclhus,
state of Florida, deM:riltel as Ihe north
half of the north-east quarter and the
northeast quarter of th e north-west
quarter of nectloi two, towunshlp -, n
south, ringe twenty-two east, extpt.
0o acres heretofololld hl to John IIlla ,.
also orty acres sold to PetLr Sylv .rIIN G
together with all nmid singular tl 'r .
menta herteditanmeuts and appuVou '
to the same, belonging orln al" Vegetabl
pertai.,lng. *a "'t kinds of
Said property to be sold a to 'SUS1 4 .,I dpce.
pay w.,i decree fees and "e

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L f'. BLL DEAO. W. A. Adams of Windsor was ins the *4 +11+.1+ + \4.4\1. +5.% v\ % %* -%<*9(% e
Tax Assessor Bell Died Suddesnly ity yasterdnBv.
Last Night. Mr. I. elatein leaves in a few
Last Night. d f New York
The people of Ganinesville were grieved _a'em f N rat Owen
... ... -- ae ,l llh Lh.te att er
this mnornin at the sad announcement ,a y,, a'y .r ne a |wen
that Ctpt. L. MA. Bell, Alachua county's 'loyd's D Works. J i
popular and efficient tax assessor had M'rs. A. I. lains of Cyril was\ lop-
died suddenly shout 12o'clock last night. ping in the city Friday.
Mr. Hell was as well as usual yester- Mrs. Moses hleelsterii amln child hanv
tiny, and he was out on the streets in the returned tront New York.
afternoon. He went to the Dianioarn Ile 1V. l Ililcli of .Sanlm lF'e was a IHa
Co's. plant it is said as late as 7 o'clock ness visimm tor ute city ridmliv.
yesterday afternoon to get sulphur water, F 1.:. 'ellnl a11! fiuaily milt rep.rlrtt
and le dil not seemu to he ailing at that ing at Worlthingtomm Spritmg *
..., .,20 q"t1 na 'y vel will Faew Is
Late i" the night Capt. lell complainl- $64 lai (ns iiioutl <, .' a M.aom'm
ed of being ill, aOnd his condition soon Juof nu. F ae l e s s
was srch that Dr. McKiustry was sent in the city oin AuSinesq Naturnlay.
for, bnt before the doctor arrived all that
was mortal of Capt Bell was still la v MIs. .Iun. Chesant in.hI hilhlren C ill
death, and the doctor could only an. leave in a few alas I'" Sat'a, N C.
nomnce to his grief-stricken wife aind Fresh meats always oni hand at I'. V.
friends thaRt lie had died of heart failure. Sn"th's meant ia.rket 'Phone No. 36. ,
Capt. Bell was a Confederate soldier. J. 1). uGlthlic of Newberry lhas return-
and a noble Citistiau gentleman, lie ed front a few weeks outing in North Ga.
was an official member of the First l'res- J. I. (,ifin'i, n lrotmiuent citizen of the
byterian church of this city, and in the Jonesville section. amt in tlhe ity yester- 1 ai overstocked in several grades of
absence of Pastor Hay, of that church, day.m c d As I don
Pastor Carpenrter, of Kavanaugh Metho- Frank i. C.awforl, a i aet n lat,. f "iounts, from card to 8 x o size. As I don't
dist church, will conduct the funeral ser. Monthrook, istrumitnlmg ins it .., Sell counts without photos on them I will
vices at thie 1ill residlience this afternoon city today. 5
at 4 o'clock, after which the interment Dr. and Mrs. Willamn Sulierlan,.Iwev. make photos on these grades at a reduced
will Ie in Hvergreen Cemetery. thice Wciy v il the stock lasts.
Tlie grief stricken widow and other [tgh Spring pi 1 e le ckla s.
relatives have the sincere sympathy of Hgh lprimgs.
tleelntire columeity. rive hundred feet monldin jst re. 'lly lae all ne\, this year's designs,
.t.. e.ire community. ceived. -llave your piletnires t rd n it
POUND DlA IN TcE WOODS. n Garrett's dio. l o good quality- 1 use no other kind.
r. J s avid hdtelstein, after several ,nioitlis T'here will be no reduction in the qual-
Itr, J. B. Joo&e Died While on his spentiln New York City, rettuall Sitt"lr- l
Way to Town. day afternoon. ity of the.photos. All will be FINE FADELESS
1Lr. J. l. Jones of Palmer started to Dr. J. Harrison lIodges wits called to
come to (.tainesville early Saturday Cedar Key on professional business )t ( R A .
lmornuig anld at about two miles west of Friday livening.
town, near Millard station, dropped I, A. Jernigan antd family returi ed
dead of heart disease. Mr Jotea was a Saturday nigIht from a very pliehamNimi va-
highly respected citizen of the county, cation at Seabreeze.
and has nmany friends and relatives. A Waterman Ideal Vlountain Pen,
'lhe indications of heart failure were so bought of L. C. Sniith, is gumnmall teed,
strong that Justice Coleman decided that without any strligs to it.
an inquest was nInnecessary anmd Mr. Juo. Miss Gertrude Cusluan was HIuimig a3 lle
Heville took the remalus to the home of the (Gaiuesville young ladles in O(alia yes. ai nes v- iF la.
the deceased, where none of the family terday.- Ocala lianner, August 7.
were aware of bis death until Mr. Old newspapers, uitable for wrap iug
lieville arrived with the body. purposes, j5 cta. a handred or a5 for 5
The deceased was about sixty-five cts., at TII STAR officer.
years old and leaves a wife, two sons anid Mr. L. .1. Clyatt of Galitesville Is visit- ', '
two daughters, besides many friends aslid ing his brothers, Messrs. Vernon and W. p
relatives with whom The Star sympa- W. Clyatt.-Ocala Banner, Aug. 7. for I'ihotogrnphs, If yot will
thizes iu their loss. No trouble to snake a frame any size at tell himt you saw his amlver-
..... ~any price with Broudon' I' erfection t r { H'," Th' Olneevlle
Col. H. I). Turner, I). F,. Godwin, Dr. Mitre Machine at Gtrrett' Studio. Twice-A-Week Star, we
. Harrison Hodges, Trulhairt odiford, a. will aippueciate it, and he will
J. sarris) on Heodges, MTruha Dillitorl, Mis Winnie 'oulng left this tnoM lill ceraialhv treat you right.
Miss Jesassie loileford, Misses Dihlleand for Sealbreeze where she wall slpenit a -.-.' .. z -------- .- w -
Maude Duke, nnd several other Gaines- week with Mr. and Mrs. 1'. S. ) orsey.
ville people spent Sunday at White Hv e ylo r. an Mrs. T. a. pictuyr sl%++%%And% 436
arrive your pictures enlarged atrl
Sprilgs. framed at Uarretta Studio. One tliousand
When you have company you want feet of moulding to arrive in a few days.
your table to look its prettest. Hnowy l Myr illa ft i
linen, a few flowers andsonme of our stl- Miss Myra McMillan left tis morning ... ..
ver ware and cut glas' will give your For Ormond, where mbe will be the guest MATR' Li
guests summny pleasant tlhomnghts of their of Mr. atid Mrs. W\. N. Wilson for two iuter a rte of a fn
visits. I,. C. Smllith. weeks, a"uidertud lay virtue of a Innal decree
Sadle andtl rendered Iy lion. W. A. Lock. E.
Mlr. J. S. Blitch, a prominent citiena of Il) m't Worry. Th'le town iIn dry, InIt er, judua of thle Fith Judilal Circuit -i V L
Monthrook, was int the city yesterday. plant that til ucetts a t lay will Moyurm Court of )lorliln, in andi for Ahnchlua
lie was enroute home from a three weeks ild waHtchl It grow to *$7g! n 0 O Imnmnlth. coutuiy, in chaine I sitting, on the8 FIiEtha m AD IDE I n URA
,l,,i Ju,,e, A.1)9,a,,.m wlherein C W. FIRE, BO AND AGOIDEN7T!1I000 4.
trip to Asheville, N. p ., alnd Daytona, Mr. N. K. Brown, a prominent citizen Ilaukiight is complainan and John Mc- Itepresntmig a number of pmro
Fla., where lie spent the time in a most of Archer, and a valued nublcrilher to lHenry Mand Jiull Mcillenary are tlefe-. intent Amerlefan and Eingllsh olmrn
enjoyable maniiner. Tie Star, is transactinp iiasines i In le nn, inm a certain cause therein pencling, painurts
Mr. and Mrs.. W. Lee, Mias Raby city today. I, I.. J. C'lysti, as s pecia la n ter In cha- ..
ecry. ])v RI) SlllcutmeL Of the Court, will
Lee of Gaimnesville and Miss Ruby Mcln. tCul. Chris Matheson returned yester. sel l t imu licl auction, for cash, before the AlSt t and ROil C
tyre of Savannah, were among the ex- day front High Springs, where It filled comet house door In the city of Oaines-
cursionists yesterday and were the guests an appointment at the Ireslbytcriai ville, SLte of Iorlda, O1 Moulay, the (Iaoorporatod)
of Mr. andl Mrs. M. IC. Robinson. -Ocala church Sunday. 7t ls fs u.r E. VOYLC, Manager.
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Banner, Aug. 7.
Father l.ynch, the well known Cath-
olic priest of Gainesville, arrived in the
city Wectnesday, and yesterday morning
nmas was observed under his leadership
at the residence of A. 0. Rouse.-Live
Oak Democrat, Aug. 7.
Editor C. P" Setzer of the "Hornet"
was in the city Saturday and paid us a
Pleasant call. We were sorry to hear
that le had been "laid up" for several
days, hut the Hornet proves that it was
nothing aerlons as it was as bright and
sparkling as ever.
One ectlion of Alachua county was a
land flowing with wine last Sunday. It
was that section where, and at that time
when Sheriff Pennell found a nian who
pouredl four or five barrels of wine on the
ground rather than allow the Sheri. to
bring it to headquarters.
General 14. B Bailey, one of old Jeffer-
soi co.nty'a most prominent sons, spent
yesterday afternoon and last night In the
city. The General is one of Plorida's
most extensive farfne's, and la a wheel
horse in politics. He looks fully as young
as lie did ten years ago, and scents to be
'In excellent health.
It is the sworn duty of sheriff and
their deputies, as well as police officers,
to take- charge of a11 liquors found in
the possesson of persona whom they
find violating the local option law, and
those who censure the ffcers for so do-
ing simply censure them for not perjur-
ing themselves.

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N^'lb R r Dp rf I rIs Ingll goneratlon, iocro"eamlng- ui
A1- 4.4 Anu of' racqhatdi among tal
i,...;.. .., youth 0, both races, with the miJs
';" alarming portents for the future. Not
were these crimes chargeable to (eO
Vi Noted J urist Speaks at Geor- great body of the negro. They wro
i M usually committed by tramp negroBs,
Agricultural Meetin who lived lives of the most loafthsono
S. and degraded character, almost in'ae
riably men of one typo, the deocenJ-
SESSION HELD IN ATHENS ants of the-'vilost of lte African tribes.
SSIN HL A n many respects we were In a more
unfortunate condition than were our
i, eurof SassonW forefathers, when on the frontier of
Feature f Sesion. Wa Addr civilization they woro confronting the
Federal Judge, Wherein He Point. ferocious savages. They could ell
ad Necessity of More Police Pro- that the Indian was an enemy, but
tectlon for Country People. among millhltdes of law-respectltng.
nn- i kindly negroes, tao 1,astly and
S' A etig of th desperatee savage could not be Ideltl-
S The annual meeting of tile Gnrga d In advance.
S e .talo Agricui.tural Society was call.(id grly no a subject Is more vital to
.to order in Athens Wcdnenday or cIvlisation, and I- the wives na.
Ing. About one hundred delegates our clvillzation, and If the wives 'tiid
S Ing. About one hundred dlgc daughters of our farming population
i ePros In a ud ghesaran.ssed can receive the protection of a rigo-
tPr n Dd d io In blnnig hd rer- rous and effective enforccncnt of law,
e to the fact that it gwa forturnte the waste places of otir forillo and pr,).
to the fac t that smt wd fortungte Ilic soil will soon be populated, the
Sthe convention assemblod ourtng te resources of the Immeasurauly
session of the summer school, when resources of the state immeasurauly
the 501) teachers from all soctlon of Incroeased, artd happncss and content
tlie state might be brought in contact ment come to thoiisanldn of honmtes
with the spirit of the meeting. n le which are now the scenes of constant
quoted The Manufacturers' Record as apprehension and terror.
authority for the statement that the At the concltision of Judke Speer
south from R fi) to 1890 had an -n speech .nero was vigorous applause,
crease of farm products of nearly 100 and then Mrs. W. H. Felton aro.e
per ceat. and declared that the so,,th and sal that while she agreed with
should mako an effort ,o retain a n.. the distingilished Jurist In what he hid
nopoly of the cotton crop, of whi-h saldi, there was one queoston that she
Georgsi, was one ofi the largest pro- desired to ask him. She asked If there
ducers, while onilunming on a broiler m"ould he any way devised wherehy in
scare ntensified and t dIversified farin th trials of such cases'and the tufor
ing. Ho predicleod that soon the ug- tinate victim of the violence of the
riculiural interests of the state wottd ravisher could be spared the double
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be in the hands of the whites, and """""nIl""iL nL UL a iLi"L .. .. .I
urged a better and wider educational going through the ordeal of testfl-7
equipment for the boys of the sta.., .-In: She declared that this forcing of
stating thst such agricetltural training women to testify was one thing that
would counteract Ii.e exodus from the had a great deal to do with lynchlnga,
country. and that while she was an advocate
SJudge Speer Speaks. of law and order, still this question
Mr. Whitohoad, or Jachsion county, was the one that cried out for so!u-
offered a mollon Ihat Jludgo Emory tlon and that must be solved.
Speer, who was present as a visitor, Judge Speer, In reply, said that the
be requested to address the conven- remarks of Mrs. Felton emphasized
tlon. Tho molon was announced iua. the urgency of action along the lines
intously carried by the president. he had suggested, and that it called
The judge aroso and numerously sild for the best Intelligence of Georgia to
; .that Mr. Whitehead must expect him solve it correctly. As a more off-hand
.'to have the same fatal facility of opinlio he thought It could be arrang-
'speech that ihe had some twenty-five 1l so that the court room could be
y@are ago, when he was the couansl cleared of all persons except those ab-
t, J or that gentleman in the courts of solutely necessary to the trial.
,::,: eakon county, andd who was somc. The last speech of the morning seea-
'.'.tlh on the wrong slde.,f tho versmtu. slon wa-sdelivered .by_ on. Harvie
-'T" lel regretted his Inability to address lordan, of Monticello, who spoke
,r'.the convention on any agricultural tpon the subject of "Agricultural Edu-
tptlio. One remark made by the prea- cation." Mr. Jordan was especially
-. t'1t, In his valuable address suggested forceful in his remarks, and among
-f: ought he believed to be most In-. other things urged the teaching or
4i.bQtr.rnt to the people. That was the agriculture in the proper manner In
; fat that so many young farmers or all the schools of the state. In speait-
I *)lbo. character anti ability were leaving ing of the work of establishing farn-
Sthe farms and repairing to the citloes. era' institute In Oeorgia, which work
,Was not this ascribable to the far was recently Inaugurated by the.Unl-
O' ot lch men for the safety of their verslty of Georgla, he said that there
*ives and the women of their famt- had already been established fifteen
Sliet Was it not true that the m.n-st institutes, that the meetings were at-
a'. tltoue thought of the southern man tended by over 4,000 farmers. that
i!hould be addressed to the improve over seventy-five lectures had been do-
nalents In the administration of law, Iveed at thee meetings on varous
g I *cia would result In the protection of topics and that great interest w.a lbe
fr- loved ones Considering the vital lag manifested in tme movement.
tJt*rest at stake, were we not the Dr. W, A Henry, of Wisconsin, do-
OT carelesss people anywnero, in theo vered a strong address on the meth-
air t and legal trial of offenders, and ods of the northern farmers and gave
.4 tnot this produce the frequent' roe the delegates a number of things to
'i,"pperance of that many-headed mons thik about In their work on tile farm.
iater', the mob? Mrs. W. H. Felton was accordeil an
What provision did we have In osrtlon when she delivered her nal
W I..1ora for the detection and arrest dross on T'The Georgia Woman ti
criminalsna? One sheriff for a count. tho Farm." The main idea of her dtl.
i:' ty, and an occasional bailiff, was whol- dress was an appeal for ti ho le lr l ro-
ly Inadequate. A crime of a revolting tectilon of women on Ihe farm nnti f'r
P, character would occur. Having no a- the enactment of laws that would so.
r vesTng officers to rely upon, the poo. cure her right to a sharo Int the cropIs
," pie would rIse Iln their might and riu that she helps her busbamdl to make.
I' o down the criminal and the lynching Wednesday night Major J. 1F. llan-
woult. result. lie I, llved that leAlit 'i". of Micon, spoke of "rTh Indlis.
, latilon should provide for a rural po- trial Developtlent of Geongla." It
Slice, men not unlike the Texas Rani,- was a strong speech and was vigorous.
Sera, whose duty it would be to at once ly applauded.
-tke Lhe trail of the criminal and pur- Dairymen Adjourn.
I'. him until ho was arrested and The State Dairymen's Association
broughtlt to trial conformabilo to law. adjourned Wednesday moninng, before
S very farmer in Georgia who feel the sessions of the agricultural asso.
that his family needs the protection elation bogan. The next session will
f the law should support these mess. b held In Tallulah Falls nest summer.
'~tireA. All felt that necessity. Tlrh-o The following officers wdre elected
kWer, doubtless. many nien present for the next year: Proeldest, W. IW ,
1 ho had made provisions for the pro. Willianison, of Harmony Glrove; vice
ctiton of their families while they s t president, Dr. J. B. Huinnlmntt, Atlaiil
4tnded this convention. The torrAhlo ta; secretary, M. L. Duggaa, Spartar;
d"flager to unprotected wonien living in trresurer. T. W. McAllistert Lavon'ia.
,khe country was violently affectlnit, Addrnmses were made by Dr. W. \.
IOtonly thoir.own lives, malting them Henry, Colonel I. C Wade, Colonel R.
O 7'0vo and wretched, but was alnlost J. Redding and Professor C. L. Wil-
iIerlously affecting the character of loughby.


SPoep Plus Recelves Associated Press Panicky Conditions jn Mew York
Man and Sends Message. Stock Market Causeo Piuliures.
The Associated 'ress representa- As a result of panilcky coalitions 'n
Uve was received In audience Welnae. -the New York stock market, two well
day by Pope Plus, being the first cir- known fi
Snallst of any nationality lo hiavo lthi known finrms wenlt to tlu wall Wedl"es-
honor. Thaof any na.loralously rn* day hy whr Sar & hran
honor. The pontiff graciously gra" d nlday. They were.Sherli & lIy1ni autnd

'the prayer of tho correspondentl It
,bend a itiessnge to the American penI
V pie, saylnig, word for word:
S" lore thoe Ansorlians, who are lie
:.blooming youth of Catholicism. Co.-I
Ivey to all of thliem Ii w gladly I im-
I,.art my npostll'e bletsilng to the
Wlk whole country."

Itirllnitt, Hatch & Co.
Tie firm of Sharp & Bryan had a
mlurcantile agency rating of flrotm
$2)1i,000 to $300,000. and Ihey iwcTr
known as spocnllist In VirginIa- Car-
olina Chemical, United Statlns lealty
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ulnlr for .tla'1h Orlanido has followedl tlho iplnc stl lrlinialng rgIo. Collector Lucas was Iteld back by Ferrls Cann, a men.
hy it number of ,th er towns in tl '' staler thnt lthis iR the first time 'l her of the conmnllliee, who was sitting
stato, closing up all Ih slt 1,r'0s (in it hlstnry of the port that tlie Inmber directly behind hitm.
Thursday altcrnlc n m in orhl'r it) give liupnrinusm htve -gluno up over. twenty "I watl tihe gentleman o Ii ndcr
the business alelis ans clra l hilf millln feu. stand I nnean what I say," a hlMr.
holiday. "lno bank, whihh has h'be-u, Felder.
observing Saturday afternoon fior lii -smeph Irock -was found dead on te "I want Ith g(lllma to uiir-
purpose, will also select (he allme dn st'aitin plaitfor at Fort Mead. 0nu stand J mean exactly what I say. ant
an (x ursiontn train from Tampa he was furthermore we casn eltil it right
Bishop Bros., naval stores opter. stl upon ndl bnady beaten by Charley here." replied Mr. Overstree.. Chatr-
tore, five miles south of Gren.vin\ll. Ma lver, of Fort Mead. A coroners mat Hopkins rapped loudily for or.
have sold their lands, ablum I t;,001) Jiy- was inlpaneled. niln the testl- der. Other members of tle v onimit-
acres, to a ( n ay from l'nsacola nony developed the fact that bruis'sl tee Interfered and declared that no
The mo ney consildcrtion was a largo on the head were the cause of his iglhtlng should tak placo In the con.
one. death. mitee room

SIrt l will soon b. Jacksrinvile B Trade Carnival will
a now Instlliutlon for TrIlli. I-ion. J. ib hel"t froin Novensbor 2 Ito 7 it
WlII be In Control, However, for SIm sate, However, Reduces Appropria C. McRao Is talvocatin gr sur h a move- will (ake the Ilao of the (lala 7
S Only One Week, tion from Flfty to Thirty Thousand. tn nis with a vi tao tefnc e lbrI:n whichpl of her crala was
The preideut has designatcl 1I.i1 Georgia will be found adequately F ida tloria cgationto th nato l such a wing airacellon. It is ,le
.A' General Young to cond tho an.l splendidly represented at .the a ralegation BUcI a diewing atraction. I, ,s ,e.
0ant generall Yotung to clmlnatd I te an splendidly reprase ed at .the democratic convention i r Ar. Hearst. signed on largo lines, and will be one
Y from August 8 Ila lle litf Iho grat, l 0onlsant Purchase oxposlUon The now club will work In conJunc, ofliao inost inlerestlng andr alrinclvoe
re oeat of General Mllres, ntll AI nt tI. IJouls. "'hI was finally deter- tion with othor loarst clubs througn- exoibitirons ever given I nid ar sth.
i-1, when the general staff lau Ini:lmtd Wednesday when the senate out the country Pino will giver given ofIlt fanhoutnh.
I .to effect and the office o passed the oxposltion appropriation fireworks ehibions. N his ill i
ln!'ng general of the army Is reoluititot as it was reported from The S. G. & W. C. tatilroa has be- worth going may miles Io s. It ll be
se wilh. General Young thus committee. Tnla carrioe a cash appIr- gun to operate trains from Green- thought tiis feature ii altrt l. Iti).000
a the ln commanding generh pria:llton of $30,0000 with which to up- villa to Seman'sville, ten miles south, people.
ihes chief of tt-If, although he will p Jement tbe present excellUent exhibit DECIDES IN- STATE---FAVOR.
&-ho positions only a short time. which tile state has. I SDEDE IN FTATE8A FAVOR.
VInG OF MOON$HINNERL MRS. TUCKER GOS FREE. '.' Insurance Company Must Make De -
"w "-M--- -- poel In Order to do Blsineass In Blow at St. Louis Two Peo.pe are
Wfe Murdered and Torch Grand Jury at Eastman Failed to Re. Il the superior court In Atlanta Killed and Seven Injured..
*" '11dto Their Home.
I om Wi nchster Tena turn 'Inictment A-latst Her. Wanesaday, Judge J. H. I.umpkhmin ie A wind and rain stormni of brief ni.
tunIditmn AgnaheslsrteheD ln alnlctment Against COMP.
i.: /Aim0 Booker anti wife, who' aDuring the term of court at BaEt- dnd a mandamus compela Cupration swpt ov-r S, rl tie i Wdr
... .rolr General Wliam A. Wmight to
tled 1l' Al ~sbin on the mo ,n mea, Ga., the grand jury failed to find grant a license to the Georgia Mutuql Iday and tore .rough thie world's fair
ta',g r /CTLrt u trutk Hollow, in a irun, bill against Mr. TUMkler,- who Insurance Company to do business in ground, killing hrodoro Richter, a
i!ft :JlLtt 4u4l'tf let of Frankhlln was thought to be Itplloeted with Georgia. Comptroller Wright decline. forest, probably fatally injuring A. R.
.wi^'p wd'i g. the torh, Robert Cawhornesa tliB,lpoieain~g o s e4 to grant the license unless tne Clark, n carpenter, and severely injur.-
Mi',tit t., +: -- her hluuatihnd, iat d shlihm llbJer4ted,, olnispany put up a deposit of $100.00 lig seven laborer? be3sdes causing
,..e Aoutn. adir.odurelu dLtring th.i .trailtx i a stideks a nd b wad t.the ta damage to world's fair buildings snd-
titusUI the regular NOV d ilt~b tet ". ."i 60i, 0 0 .


Negro Who Shot Evansville, Indiana,
Policeman, Succumbs to Wound.
Robert Lee, the negro who shot l'o-
llceman louils Massty at Evansville.
lad.. July 3, and sital S1 t ( ri,, .,.

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-%i u.m... t, at or prominently connected with a con-
resulted In the ,lath and injury of spiracy to defraud the government of
miany citizens, lied In prison Sunday revenues by means of smuggling cig.
front tho effects of a wound In the ara-from Cuba, has been held under
hlngs caused by a bullet fired by Mal. eOnd of $O,900 to appear before the
scy. Lee's wilo was killed by a train next rsrm of the United tltte. court.
a few days after the riot.

', BT H. Colored Band Made Futill Attempt to
Suffering With Cancer, Mar is Forced Serenade President foosavelt.
to Lodge In Poor House In a& driving rain storm Wednesday
Possessed of property, said to be afternoon.a brass band composed of
worth thousands, and denied Ailmls- colored bo s from the Jenkins orphan-
slon to hotels and hnspitais because a at Charleston. 8. C.. marched
he is suffering from cancer Andrew from the. village o Oyster Bay to Bag.
Murray, of Brooklyn. h been admit- more HNI, about three miles, to sere-
led to the county poor house at BIg nTlade the prel de11 t and his family.
hampton, N. Y. His plochel wert The bad dla not roach the rderldtiest*
lined With.bills whe hi i)tt o tre laet c. thl tlrBned back to Ouysg
inUtUtlon. .' w .... r; .B 7 by ,ekr.t..^ ~Qcr 'omr':
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was received in Savannah Wednesday
by Julgo McAlpin, from a firm at Hong
Kong. This will provides for the wid-
ow In Yap, but not one cent of the mil-
lion dollars for the Savannah widow.
The estate, by the will, is to be divil-
ed between the seven surviving chil-
dren of the late kind. Only one of
these, Mrs. Butler, of Savannah, Is an
American child of the testator. The
others are his progeny of the Island


Plants In Massachusetts Close Down
for Indefinite Time.
A Boston dispatch of Monday sayJ:
Additional cotton mills in New Eng-
land have decided to curtail produo-
lion, or close down. The mills of the
Russell Cotton Manufacturing Com-
pany at Middletown, and HIgganunm,
Conn., have closed for an Indefinite
time on account of the raw cotton sit-


Precautionary. Measures Taken on
TexasaBorder by Authorities.
The quarantine against San LuIs
Potosi, Mexico, on account of yellow
fever, which was ordered establlshod
Monday by the United Btates marine
hospital authorities at Wahtshaton,
taa' been vlgomirolly eetabllahed at l.e
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F lorida State News. .
Georgia Legislative Inrvestim.
o, nation Grows Interesting.
Preparing for Encampment Working for Qgood Road.
Militia men of Jacksonville are now WMhen the county commlaslonors of
ard at work training for the encamp- St. Johns county met in monthly sea.
lion last Tuesday Snator MaWil. MEMBER OFFERED BRIBE
nent of state troops to be-held on llama petitioned that body.to include -
epbem ber.
ptem or. isn the annual levy one of three
oThe dat gefor ti encammdenstod mills for hard surface r9ad construe- War of Words Between Representative
ow pretty benally b e he wee oo tion,as provided for by The legislature. Overatreet and Lawyer Felder
among c he troSep te ber 8 tweogh The law provides that the cd6inty com- and a 8orap In Committee

,mhlng definite has seen given out missioners of any county may levy Room Nararowly Averted.
i that point. The troops are highly special tax of three mills to be us,!d R
l lghted to learn that a compare y exclusively for the construction of
Sth Siteenth nfantryatort ard-surface rads i the county The investigation of charges of lob-
cPherson, a-, has been assigned to Roads of this character in St. Johns bylng held before a committee of the
into camp with them at. the countyy re saoly needed in two diroc- Georgia legislature grows more inter-
ounds in Fairfield. The Sixteenth -tlons--olte to South Beach, on An-
fantry was one of the"regimen-s astalia island, and orto to Hastings, eating.
t figured extensively in te fghtg with side branches to the settlements Representativo W. D. Mills, of Oher-
iat figured extensively In the fighting wth e brache ote t 8 oee county, was offered $600 for hia
round Santiago and were the regu- near to the line between tr. Augus- kee county, was offered $ for his
und Bant and were the rgu- vote on the child labor bill, the sensa-
re -who charged up Ban Juan hill. tine and the potato-growing dsr. n ar o ord a
e troopers will d tless navo The county tax assessor Ihas Ir.- tilonali war of words and almost fight
aye trooers will dng ini less nave crca.od the taxes of the stings' between Thomas B. Fielder, Jr., of At-
any interesting reminiscences to farmers more than one-ha in some lanta, and Representaive Ovorstreet,
ount to the rilorlaa soldiers wh(-n nntii allv h ome
acy become acquainted with them 'in instances, and naturally the farmers of Screven, and the testimony of Rep-
he encamtment grounds. feel ju:stlifled in calling upon the coun- resentatlve J. P. Knight, of Berrien,
he oncamn ment grounds. that he had seen whlaky In the spea .
The further news that CaptaHt 't commissioners to give thetha. he had en whisky n thspe-
torn and Lieutenant Lovell will be In- surface, road between lastin; s and :3t. e 's room were the main features
erutors at the oncamspni t Is also Atgustine. On the other hand olh- which came out at the session of the
welcomed by the m who are per era awhio are interested in reaching lobbying investigating committee
nalloy a bqlited with these oflcero p lasting., Includin the merchants .ta at Atlanta Thursday morning.
l'ho information that those officers tie clly, feel that as they pay a good- No end of excitement was created
Ioull Be sent was obtained from ly portion of tile taxes that they Ihave when Representative Mills told of hav-
. Augub inse and it is thought to ae r lit to ask the comsinlsloncrs to Ing been offered the sum of $500 to
. ugustine, andlevy t extra tax created etc lusivly t vote against the child labor bill, great.
tho nprnct oie sich the men are for this purpose. er excitement was created when T. U.
ow gopng through Is In the company Senator MacWIlllams represented Felder, Jr., antl Representative Over-
nanouvors and the manual of arms. tho tax payers of both the city and street faced and glared at each other
rho captains and officers of all the county in his appeal, during the session of t4he committee
uon panles have isuftais strict o instruc- ont an oh ,a over statements which were made, and
ions to the men, and two drills are Hn. Henry S. Chub, chairman of great Interest was aroused again whe
field every week.-mirsmes-Union. the republican stale central comnm.t- J. P. Knight, representative from ner-
oeo oo'tho of Florida, in referring to the rlen, told of being approached by Mar.
Coal 8till Short at Pensacola. death of Judge JohnO Long, said. tin Amorous about his vote on the bill
o a"The place made vacant by th wdoa.hl to cause the Southern railway to Ivn
A Pnsacola news item states that of judge ong can never e filled by corporate under the laws of Georgia.
another one of the Llisvillle aiil a man In tilna state. The republlcin Mr. Mills, In his testimony, said he
Naslvilll's big stehmers has boons party of Florida has sustained an Irr.- had seen people on tie floor of the
tied up on account of the lack of col.d panrallo loss In the dnath of its lead- house and senate not members. "Dur-
rho vessel Is the British steamer Au- er and counselor: Judge long was in; the pending of ahe child bill," said
gust Belmont of 3,000 net tons, which not only an able and forceful man, Mr. Mills, "I had two of my constllu-
arrived In port a fery dpys ago from bit he occupied a place In the na- erats to make-personal appeals to mf
quarantine, where she had been de- tional councils of his party which to vote against the child labor bill.
talked for five days. The Belmont is made :him very valuable to hlls parmy They were stckholders In the mill at
the largest vessel of any of those run- In this state. He enjoyed the cloos my home, and\taaid they thought it
ning on the Tami-co coal line, having frionmlship of senators and ongres,- best for the bounty that Uie bill
a crew of nearly fifty men, and her ex- men and such men as Secretary rla, should not pass. At home I hoarl
pense for each day Is estimated at Mr. Choato and others, aa.d possessed from friends of mine that these par-
$400. This makes a total of three tio keen diplomnatlc judgnmenl. whi-IChs leas had said If I voted for the chlld
steamers and a barge tied up on ac- made him a power. having been born labor bill I would be defeated for the
count of tih strike ,n t abAa r the Alabaa and rredn the south, his ;no.- senate i I ran. Yesterday I hear
coal mines, the Pensacola being Idle edge of the southern people and the again that those parties had sald they
for over two weeks, the Dorlsbrook conditions which existed nora put him would defeat me because I did not
for about ten days and the barge in a position to be of great service to vote against the bill."
nearly three weeks. The loss of the the national organization, and his ad- Mr. Mills said he was Improperly ap-
Louisville and Naehville, which owns vice and council were frequPntly preached once about the child labor
two of the vessels, will reach up Into Hoiigiht. Ho was not a trrilublenmsakr. ill.
the thousands, while the owners of the In aniit enso of tioe word. IJlH Ioliny "This was last year Juot out of the
olher vessels will be out a 114io was always mild, thoutph slmffcilOlily house. A young man came to me and
amount. While work has been resuim- firm to be stable and -u.c'-ssful." asked me how I stood on tlioe bill .it
od In lime mines, It Is not expected present. I told himn I was for II. Hie
that any coal for cargoes will beo I1r.arltmnlt Conimmnder J. F. Ciasn, 'ben said that the men who weeo fight-
vallable for abtoit a weak, all being of St. Peeorsaluirg, han IsuedI a letter In g the neasuire would make it to my
consumed In bunkering the twenty- of Inslructions to l'lorida Grand Ari:y fliianclal Interest to vote against the
five or more steamers In port. monin regard to the national rnamnl bill and that I would be given $5GO to
minnt to be hold in San Franclsto. tAt- vote for the bill."
The 'eonsncola board of bond trui- gisat 1722. lie calls t ho epttenllfn (,f T B. Pc.ltlr, of Alnnnta. when lt'e
toes held the.r first minetlng the past tile comrades to thp fuar that the tlnso comnilttee mnet said ho haad been nam-
week wIhot tite body was orl-anizeld bv is drawing near wnten ltey mnlst pre- el as a lobbyist and wanted to be
the olactlon of WVilliam FPsier p pam.o for i.he march to San Francisco. hoard. ito was allowed to testify. lIe
president Tlhe board is composed of 'hio Souitnern railway train Ihat began by saying he bad read w-th
only threo niomlror, WiilHm Fisher, loavea lacksonville 7 15 p. m. r n Mint)- some miirprlee that Mr. Ovorstreet had
I'. C. Iront aundl J. M. Pfeiffer, ami they iiry, Aiillust i),. lna Ieens clhrtcir., named him as one of the lobbyists.
will have control of the Issiuance or by [the lopartnimnt of Flrmlldsa to trnin- Mr. Overstreet Interrupted, saying he
tIlo l $750m,t0 worth o; Ihbonl, which p;,i.t all wi'lt wish I, u ke atdvaistan, hadl not termed anybody lobbyists, but
w're voted for recently lat te social t fle roiarmt lI ur3 low rat us it vi. l hal fuirnlslted names to the commit-
bond election. Thie prastlden wa.n nu- California ai t Ilime t[imo o ith el ramus- tee io nllw Ihem to draw any conclu-
(timrized to draw up a fonru n 'f bond. ,nclU. sons tlihy might desire.
Mr Fcldler rontlnuedr, saying ne
Those Tampaltes who wish to see A' Tnllaliaseoo dispatih sRIs: \V'h, i 11ied at the Klmball In the wlntcr and
tlio saleo f the $It)lO.itO .,ond l ias tmlih. t- t o r w Hiipronmni u rmii' Jiric.,j a t he Sweetwater Park hoiol at LIthia
coiiliimmalite r-"(lolvlod lie Istws ar few W% l' Rsl'n, ,11 II il lm ill,- ir 1. 1)- i.)2, i lit e siumnier. These were the only
liysR go., wili glr eat l satlsfucion. l t it l hi l tlticl rtisnlainv'li 294' ,.,,-s i pin(o hoiisoa he had. He had not Ihoumght It
tho court now holuls tlial lie vall.l- -hl ,-h ittlisl 1n 12 tlw St-,.c, hi i lir-n wrong to take nembhers as lils guests
Ing acts passed iy Iho loglhslallirn n.a' drucmie ttI. iuiakltig a io(,inl of 4i1 cns-,. I to his hoiiuse, especially in view of ihe
vallli, nnd that th btniimds aro now ftoet iumrng h,., ili, nh of tr',',nhr i,'. j fact thatl Mr. Overstrect ihadt been en-
of legal ohjctlotn. Altholghl the ,, 31 cases wre t,. !l.is old oi" Iii-intg rhe lertainted at the Piedmont Driving
muct nature of tho courl ],rorccdlntr .,istllary trents, Iliu:l. I s coars w -e Climb by a member of Ihe Atlanlta bIar
have not behtn given sutt y301, It 1 tli' li)isctl mf F.ur ihto mono I.rlm 1i- andt at the Capllal Cily Clinb by an-
stated that the alipt, ine il s i"rm liosc o hwti' w l l s i"' iii aul int'lut lining Jll y '.,. other lawyer.
take further legal steps, h. ases tilstltod tif went' *3. m.l.lig When Mr. Felder stated that Mr.
lh', aggkrm-ain iiimmliufr if (aiPg din- Overstreet had been wined anil dined
lMore tihnn I wo thousuanl barr(la il>u of it ,rn, I..erlu,,r 1. 1i2.lmS t by a cm.mer of tile Aulnnta bnr in
per weeok is the present outllul frium .tll- .mt 1:'03. t 2;, lnt ting 1C3 still on company with other legislators, Mir.
tIe two harrol factories of I.olesburt. lihi JoreIt. Overstrect htralphltened up In his
antd Ilio nunbhr can Ieo iloullled at -chair and ponlnttng Ills fiiger directly
nny tie whc'n e demand requit-es Agin l monthly re ords cr ship. at Mr. F-lller. who wis ablut I liree
Te Mote factory atd te new fat-- niuis of lunIllhur froim .ncca"onvlllo feet away, said.
tory onvd by E. o". fl, eam mmlt, y lI iha,'eo iecen nsmuahe:l. nnti Jutly of this "You I;:now il--n Well liut [ was not
laro numbr of bRls, mi the pro-" yo.if slnlluts out asB roi'-bly Iv li lve- wined andl any man who eays that I
duct of luoLh Isousses Isa a goil roiit- hIlet peiom in ship pinp in the hitato'.v was is a d--n liar."
tt otn mthougomt It-s s"lti ,tlosi,'lm cir the porl. Flgurts at thie custom "I say IL is true." said M"r. Feiler.
Ihos makllig of orditnary tI.ti'liltlmi liar- ilisolO Fh(iw Ii1U an Imm(.nse amount Mr. Pelder rose In his seal and Mr.
rol, a ,nu grade of rrup htrrels a if lumber hioa it-l shlplpd titring the Overstreot. did likewise. The two men
being manufaclln lreil this isisnmerm siitlh. litud Ih, avL-ragt ilally ship- glared at each olher Thliei Mr. Over.
mi-tfreti i iyim en as tro.tatu oadI r.FemIu

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Bulgarian Insurgents Use Deadly Dy-
natlmte to Slay Turks.
A special messenger arriving in .Sa.
lonica from Monastir reports that tihe
Bulgarian Insurgents have dynamite]
the governor's palace In the town of
l(ruslovo. 23 miles north of Monasilr
Fifty Turks were killed.
A detachment of Ottoman tioops
have burned the village of Diliovo,
near Monasllr.
Eight Turkish battalions have bec:a
dispatched to Monastlr and three ba(-
tallons to Salonica from KQOVovo.


Savannah Cigar Smuggler to Appear
Before Uncle Sam's Court.
A Savannah spotial] says: Judsmn
D. Brinson, alleged to be at the heal,
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Bill Similar to Old Measure Goeq
Through Georgia Houeo of Repre.
enlrtative by Bare Majority.'

The long-drawn out contest of the
Georgia legislature over the convict
question came to an ending Wedpes-
day afternoon In the hall of the houna
of representatives, when 88 members
of that body voted to atppt the
Knight-Howell substitute measure,
which re-enacts and perpetuates the
lease system, on which such a better
fight has been made. Seventy-svean
members of the house strenuously op-
posed the-adoption of the substitute,
but their efforts availed them nothing,
unless it was a slight prolongation of
the misery.-
After the passage of the substitute
an unsuccessful effort was made b"
Mr. Knight to have-the substitute Im-
mediately transmitted to the senate, IL
being lost by a vote of 77 to 68. This
action was followed by a notice of ic-
consideration, given by Mr. Flint, of
Mr. Felder, of Bibb, who has led the
fight against the re-enactment of .ho
present lease system, stated after the
house had adjourned, ihat he had been
whipped In an honest, straightforward
"And you may add," said the gon
tieman from Blbb, "that all efforts in
the house looking to breaking up the
present system and improving the
roads of Georgia are dead."
Three aye and nay votes were taken
before the result was finally known,
but in each instance the advocates of
the lease system were in the majority.
First came the vote on the substitute,
when a small majority voted for I';
next came the question as to agreeing
to the report of the penitentiary com-
mittee as amended by substitute, nutn
this was followed by the ballot on tho
The measure which the house pa il-
ed annkes few changes of consequenco
In the present lease system with tie
exception of providing for an increas-
ed price for the convicts and prohibit-
ing subletting. There Is a proviso on
relative to letting short term convicts
to counties for road work at $120 per
year, but It Is generally thought the:o
will be biti few counties, If any, to
take advantage of it.
Any county desiring to Work felo.s
on the public thoroughfares may-do !o,
provided the said county works Its
misdemeanor convicts on the roads,
and 4lso provided the said county wll
agree to pay into the state treasury
the sum of $120 a year and will fur-
nish the necessary guards, clothing,
medicine, food and physicians liire.
The bill provide, however, that ail
money acquired from the hire of tl."
convicts shall go Into the school fund
of Georgia, and It fixes a minim in
price of $176 per man for convkt:i
leased to outside individuals.
Under the old bill any county could
have had convicts on ihe roads by
paying something like $15 annually.


White Man, Who Ravishd and d Mur.
dared Girl, Meets Just Deserts.
A dispatch from Asotllm, Wns'L.,
says: Despite the efforts of th. llttil
victim's father, Sheriff Richards, r,:
Asotin county, who had sworn in twen-
ty-five deputies to guard tite jail, Wil.
Iiam Hamllton, a well to-do farmear, 'l'h
self-confessed outrage and niurlderr
of little Mabel Richards, was forcibly
taken from the Asotln county J.il
shortly after mlilnlght Tue-'a1y nIlvlt
and lynched by'a mob of over l.'JII
men which had been congregaltrig all
day from all parts of Asotln (oli1it,
Some of the mob thought h.ninligi
too good for him anid wnnteil Ito Ir.
lure the brute, buit the original pru
gram prevailed and It was decided to
hang hinm.
Lying In a pool of her own blood,
lier clothing torn and dlsrrtn'gel. her
brain exposed by a terrible wuuni 1it
the head, the little body of Mabenl I
Rlclhards was found Monday naftecr-noon
In the woods on Montgomery ,ijdige
three miles from Asotin.
Suspicion polluted to Hamilton, a
rancher, who lived alone on the Ibalik
of the Grandl Rondo river near town.
He was arrested and refused to tlk j
beyond a simple denial of guilt. The
girl had been outraged She was tlilr '
teen years of age.

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Secretary Root Orders More

Probing of Army Contracts,


Profits Alleged to have Been Divided
Between Manufacturer Iyon and
Representative Llttauer.
Result of Inveatlgation.

A Washington special says: Secro-
tary Root, Monday, made public all
the papers relating to the investiga-
tion Into the government contract
given for gloves with E. R. Lyon. This
contractor secured the gloves from
Littauer Bros., the sonlor member of
the frni, L. N. Littauer, being a mem-
her of congress. Secretary Root has
referred tne case to the department
of justice In order that it may be as-
cortalned if the law has been violated
and that appropriate measures may be
talen In the premises. There is a
statute which prohibits contracts for
the government being made directly
or indirectly with a member of con-
gross, and this was the basis-of the :n-
vestigation by the war department.
Colonel Garllngton, of the Inspector
general's department, was directed by
Secretary Root to make an Investlga-
tion of the whole matter. These was
done and his report referred to Jud-e
Advocate Gencral Davis, who made an
exhaustive review and submitted an
opinion to Secretary Root.
In the course of his report and op!a.
ion, General Davis says In part:
"it appears from th testimony that
a contract was awarded to Lyon for
1,000 pairs of m tskrat gloves at $Lio
per pair. Later a second" contract for
20,000 pairs was awarded to Lyon at
$1.70 per pair, a slipnlllion being In
sorted that dellverlep under It could
be increased 50 per cent, at the discr-
tion of the officer making tne contract.
rho government took advantage of
the stipulations and 30,.01 pairs were
actually called for, and delivered un-
der the last contract. Some discus-
sion having arisen as to the price
which Lyon was to pay-for gauntlets,
an agreement was' entered Into oo-
tweon IAttauer Bros. and Lyonto t he
effect that an accurate account of the
cost of manufacture was to be kept
and If, after the contract was complci.
ed, it should prove that the cost of
manufacture should nof equal $1.66 pr
pair, Lyou was to receive one-half if
the profits. There was a profit of
$3,537, one-half of which was crodlteli
to Lyon on t.ho books of Litta er
Bros. A case falling within the pru-
vision of the tafutlo Is clearly salown
In the testimony, which In the opinlii
of this officer charges the department
with the performance of the duty ,-,t
forth In scctlon 3739 of the revi'edl
statutes; and it Is therefore recor,-
mended that a demand bo made by 'iho
quartermaster general upon tlo firm
of LlItauer Bros. for the repayment ,(
whatever sum Is found to have beron
paid In consideration of the conmirne t
with E. R. I.yon, as exteinded, In a:.
cordanco wlih Its terms, by t.no qurar
termnaster's department."
Secretary Root ma;.cgan iiidor ,..
morfi on the opinion of trio judge nilv,-
cate general, whI-hl s esl. the caso to
the department of Justice.


Five Men Die of Injuries Received In
Collision of Freights.
A Chattanooga dispatch says: rite
death list resulting from the head-cs 1

urtay night. The following Is a to-
vised list of the dead:
Engineer T. S. Duke, Fireman D. A.
Philips, FIreman John Prince, Fire-
man Joseph -Waiters, Fireman Frank
Fletcher, Eugene SImpson, brakeman,
two unknown men who got on the ek-
ira freight at Greenwood.
Walter Powers, brakleman, was se-
riously and perhaps fatally Injured.
Engineer N. S. Fitzgerald was serlous-
iy injured.


O'Keefe Left Bulk of Immense For-
tune to His Island Progeny.
What purports to be the will of tie
late King O'Keefo of the Island of
Yap, formerly a citilzen -of Savan,'ih,




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1,o' ioI'0 ll Iti'OI o, plolin'll I toiiiill i ilill :
* p- i:, i'l' ii 'ed frolii Illa .liilI' M (i l ,
.... -, .....A .. _,, ... ... ...

S-Wd-p z-g The famous'..T

,f Pope co III. X1

Stately in Putbl- .

-a ccocha ( -a-
irll lm i l tlil.hi13.ly IIllilll. It dlT ffIerei
1'till Ni le go .- ,d li. re'd roundnlll ss of
'ih .unllo' 1 liy i8s gnt length anud tihe
sliirlor utillilnlt wlil. it rei clrc, l to-
w 'dl alit! i tiihh. Theo tfoel ilend .418is
11iii0.: lve, il ilgh ul u li thor stinIglit, 1i1 41
"a s .l.er-liially tirilking froun its gll nt l
%% W ill, IlliltI iva I f iU l leclunil
sl Iogll i. Tliii' 11 iiln Li llt II ti 'trriakc d
it was of silv-er liltl. Thu eyebrows
werce dark and henvy and of perfect
iiliT l, 1111 II. (1. S w r'i slilgulllrly
liild ind iotlt nlanld,itt the silile time,
petietratllg aiild senrclhing. The nlge, .
w\el- dillll a los was Tcrtlirnclteristle of
ilrillnies tIld ,will ipbwer, decidedly
"lomlian I litnape, but woltli wide nostrlls
that were creolited by lphysioguoiuists ..
wl.h bold i l.loni qualllt!. t.
Hlls htlandwr'ti:ng is PcIulinar eOnbgh
to .excite luteitest, CollI It It 1vwerle iit
that of .the Pope. It Is .xceedlngly
stall, ntilt-id 'o' cyry icil'l, InaborioiAis
construction, as if each of the ifnlliliest
ilulni ch:la;inler.s itaso formlnd with the
most lpalitiinhllig care. Iin Its ilry dell.
c('ecy It rl'senlllr(is an 'tly's hntld, ibut
those ilousic (the lnlolrtln of every stroke
lhs srouthlli l- highly fseholIstle about -
It. tUi;dr Ilit dhitlntllin've snignatur;e
the Pope 0 left hlilf liln inlch of Vilacant
Spac5i'e .11d l l t oi t ,niplleted It by five
ldanlles, il'owinglii l uc'essil'vely sinilleri
iut liil ]. Slill 't
PopI)e Leo XI I.. lid a innrv\ollonos i
Intrnlo ry, wlilc hI .reIlaltlnd lup to tle
Ilst. Slponking of him lun l. )c'mlbe;i --r,
18 .i; Arcliliishop Sto orl wlho l'fr
t.oo l i.,. :11i1t''1': 1100ls'i. ] it' I l 104 |Iilig l '
SIl13 i 'rl .. lI; l .i l'S I g wlii ... I
1.,r11 I':lliit l'bttiii \\0 in 'iils 'r lni l, IIs
IInltiib ,-. s -l- 'lrl Kn hl inl,, iliil l ri.n l I., -- -........ ... ..
1 i.i1 1 i l I l i, l i l d l' ll ,It I um o nt ('oias- lir'<'Jll ill(''-r foullid liO flr vor0 Iti lls < 'ye .
-,irl. I1t' I lln i iiiiil.tlll 'll o 1 lil-''- ll l ii.lllstorly oncyc1llti' It s lie spoke .111-
il11 i. l lld 1 111 ls, il, m i n u ot'ly I r hiote it'lh o', 3 o'lfl lvely a'Iid Il okt w ils ly, not "ll-
i o t' i) lit n iI-ilol l k-il' .iJlile'ils ';ia ili l.'n w Si.- i 011 p) el' y oti'e l sii stlt'ii t-ihubjel'ls,
wi\' i\l- oitr i.o ,' Ilif .\1 iiliAsl l'r S iof fl t 'll V 3' often tl lio oil s subjects wih'l
in l nL,. 1 iild -iluo t ol' o )lile part lie look II :11o uo w\orll-wide tllIttlir lint i're t.
S t-li0lr0i\0I 'y rt-lio. lliih iag sts nl il iel. 'l'lits 1 1 wtwas mt ore than tll t lre slistit4';
'*1:' pls."' \lA 'li, \\ II .i11ss '("nOllill'oiii I I %' liH ia O i K11'o it gri' lt st siiilil O If hiI
Iinl n1a11111 Ill'L'actI'C a illt w\io.w reI o' ver '
I']'vllt'go 'ol nt Ino 1w 1hli1, Jiave pl)ol li Iall
til(' Ihltghot.t .ho'0lls. Tlhnt lit wie t vet's'
'tRl'hlllh',1 lsia' dn Udly 1. ktiikolln to oful.
l i i a I 'o l bo1 Ill iiolt y ill i Is
ligli otillot,tuind inoW flih t lie lili1 gonl;
Io li lt.t'''II'd alll Who lhatve watched Il s
uoi er ligll'io li n loV l l work ill ado Itll iht
ho w i itrue Wid eilhlielltly llagltacllous
hio'o(,''erd pf ut llioe ople.
111113i a luedooi-'s 1 ye be en tell'e'i its
toi tibis psolli' I ('hltatet'isth's of Pope

bv lio lted Iltol n tiiti nin vlsll int -
Lio NIi I.' l of1 1.1( wii i till l Slo tin h iTIti-
111101 S'l' 1 o I 'll o liit II I lllhil' l 111(11' i
1 9,1iIIII ,111,iI of oI'loI ll u l 'lit 'f 1o lho10 w I hilt
pressi s of the PoutillfT. Slt1ilellAlety

litl.sbl han i s d 1troength l41d ti .n('(eol-nlplislh
lilts allSmist-of work d' volvlirg pI i 1ii- h4iti
nlL "li"l of UCt!'e chllurch0," id'lh I to
l iilll' iilo of grt tier ph' lel) iI l sti(I g1th
wouill, 1 li1i C sellied( appi llingi But
l'lioo I.ot XIII. wais W4ell tetltledl to ihe
',oomitli ''l s it na lty '3 r p rs ts the g nd-'ll -

IEoa-Seraoiz aooeln No'rvoonshosos.
( 'hold 1100Illof i, IItol itoi

i. I -o 1 4i l,1j t dnts r tlload N h11b slll its )ll O l l
ill l I: 1" I 1'we1 Ilo 1tit' n thlle s(llo sll ulll
los1s li t'il. 'O. We dlo tlot uioch hlivolo,',
t ilh o Iht.llheot, efli' i nl is or Iie 1 ,lit -
glgir[. 1 of tlit, (collt bYre,;1lw,,s-ol, I1l I)y"
h",'l,,r.. Th 'e toro better w.aK teI
I, k :i hr'se or II (hilld tihan to hrok(I 1-
Iil' Iirl(i' '1ltil'e t reld thott ha tlerialitls
~ 1 11 1 ihl111l 1 t v t ( lteoi Is oliliolluld 11t'
r '"4r'l ki' l''." '"hi' ii olo'o o'ila' y s ',la li alol ol
tilt' ill. -,. il 'ln.11 hIl I 1 Ito S Itu. Itt 'Iot loi -
....-boll fi', oils a II hlltlIl'' I 1 10 ~ t 111ill'
IO1i" i l l, lit i' l- lit' qi- o,, i"'h Ili1o' IIII l

'II 'I'''ta r'. i i-* un It if' 111 1I1 o otl in'r' I-

I..I.r i e-i ll l wnl il It tllO 'il O''' ,' n ll mit

* ik l'ypo II nill 1 .(111HHIlN1; of XI41 (II It 1-4 ho' ,i111 IIt h llli.yt111 II 11l4 hd titl--
L'4lc "4M hq, I1a rl.r ex pl f, tlh 'el h1-1rc l" Iin' *.* is 11v1"'*1 to le,' Mi llk-
ltriirl ly iv lghIt r lf r.1 pl Ii I In w ,,.1 1 ii r. rllc i*,. ~ai'i 1 I irl
gil, l1 l l114 1 1 II vll'L oi 111- I Vn I t,'lr l%4 1l111- II'", ",' I h 111 1 11 K i lk'rs.V
M >. llarhf i'. iii | rIIrI ylI pililitlI II t -.n1I 111 l -lir :iifi li A Il11i1 li11iillt(o-yl
lilllo'lll l'. NoIui oliri ]le' lVl '. lh 'iil o' lhai oi lii r' '>il 1I l >I K l', i n\, i |i r ito ili
lii inil m i's ofr h i r. AI'll. IiIr l lioy ril o 1 "1 III -' II 1 ( i111i't i la r nl ii
Ir lhi-11. i N Isiionllil : -I. illnilol few l1110 .'n 11. !.il i I' .i o lli rll ula

1* 11 f rill' '-'r 1in *ll.tl l.,lo 1 11. a1111( l 1i. lil t11 ui'i 's o 11 f lil t liIIr t r itrl'. llV
rt (if I lir N ll l Iito li l I,Ilo i :ll II Itl 1 1ni41n Ir r Ii. i llllls f r l0r. it.'ili. T la,
Ir il'. loII b4 111.1o .r f,' i Mi al, l in oI'tll i on
.-0---1111-f'_ r iv r ;: IIII,' ril Ir''vIi InIf-:. frul il
li ntm i ln I hill t ojf pn iir Ittio fot 'is 1 ,l'I t1, 117 I tliiiildf.
:1n1 i t p.linful ml u Iirgin' l opl .'1i -In 'll
tr0 111'ii111 1 of i n r li 'I 't'i l kl' -li fl'or il f1 1,' .si. 111 'or I' l i ,ol -il'. s Iii n ( o.it
It. I'lni ;:1i :ll' lin ii .


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i. .: "''_ .' I t0 :'At. I
.V '' w'


oIinceo of tlolbaco, or 11il llll morI ttlill
Ihllrty-tihret ouillrce Ii ill. I i le rin-
lion lpulsckniKg Iit woull fnlld Ithl coin
ponlntilt tprfil'ly iwr'lIpped, lise hIno ii
in Ilitgo puiitla li p1ipir, lu e hard h ireinl
Il gri iir llarl -proof covorhnll, ind tin, po11i
iietil In h ylil iitlh'u l Iinakilnic ornidl sh
oilli-r ittlelst I an lnlall wlat'icrpr.oof pul, I
W lI( li llit I1 lllltlllnll lbon lli 114 1r ih'1o ll
Isr III gniOr ion h(e iiiny In 1 hiiiiom-If 11,
Itli coilltin y iloe s wl il'la Its tl i11 1 iusl i
upiilair of ftIh fr-nisa of iiiunylt sHit.
l(hIoIn(.e uniler jiii'arefliiil c i, i lllll is., or
Io Inloy )lr0 In Ithue ioniollihnlild iniivn,
ovlit'Io' tilo ilt-S irtSops of 1lue bIlIRg 'sI
'n iirlacu i III 11i h roi llilllt ll Il1nsli-ill,.
Inlr ri se lirl rhllllh n Inreu ira lir liy 'gnlo'
ilm1 Ill111 llo l lmlo llls ll v lli l lpfI. Till,
ilo n I hi tI rrllrsoi i l IOIl in willful rnii
v rli' ld;l Itn tlir olitIriiny i IaK Ili tlinl
ubr fi' ', I lit' reri il'ir lor fsl.rin.ld from
fl inlltlifin will Irt lown to n aniiil fnd
lileniy mll itd l 'i oto, 'iil nias i. e wou tld
liud oat liotoi '. li r h tipnilftiih tnat 1.301 i.
im., 'lines lit ri mu l i, d t Ith nI Ihi i blit uppe50r ii
Fi or il o'clock. While on ili, nmirchli
only two iitIln ai' ire 'lp r 'i|e-inn ,rly
Irekfist sind nln a'rly llinner two ori.
threlic nour liforP mitimot. Illn thi we r-
ri'iso, nm In the field, th- rlolinil hia
len s-lsctllleally devlsed. It tlkirk
Illio na'roliit tlie (.lliiiall rllitunloi owihr
sucl variarllou lu the bill of affanr n-
woulld give lihim the proper klod of forol
tit the troplisal stallon as well ta nr in
hintlon in Alanka, foP hlil rnliii n I s r
1l11~li in selbstlc conpoinllibri ans to folrr l
In tflie iunct IaorltlQin aullI pelqulvioul'il
tis .frbal ifor, f risculi I t1111lii. pork'.
bUIllri. sallted le-cf. irlhr.ll erolIlI, fireslo
coldfial, Il-pklhil ryinclkrr'l i) ild cannuer
salmon. H1e ~lt'ts lls i-oit'ffe green or
roSaIled, and lills ten ireenl or hiok,
yjllh l ogar or' i1olalssi, or canse yrtp
i o e ladilloil vary. .
While baked belaps I t dist a a
tllnli In p4r .Arny. tI.. Is -
kIns. I0e a .

Alliuli Il..vn Iilaled Vrniitlllnl.
K(it11 \'V itr nKi '1111nnllel of Italy,
whivlrki l "iK I':,l\vi'd villil In I p13P.
IIll rr rliiin Il Iol IVr.Id rllul tie(wn thii i
liill. i- lllhlo I. I i I sif tll. ir llt h ,rIO 'awii Ilo11ss i
I .i IIIl 1 r 1itll 1 vli1110i)r 1wol11 \i'aill t.
V'lIh.h I ill l i' d rra'' al 'll fllroi t ,lllllltt '
I. iof I' giaglliil tli! t lillsi oe,1 IInly IH ulsi,.
Ili'iroli li il n illrolhi'l', ilvo'a'( Itl l l i I '-.
'enilt frliii (' iirlr sc 1. I ilt fo'lr I tlh lr
'illtholle ric'1llKln tlilt HnMoiv.v* wolild4
loi'a i.hi'is lila llla al i lh,'o to, i tile' Jit'lv 10 1. 1 011 Ibioi fl oe' Il l) IIoilt. '1.1t l
'rli'lii, MildI nolt ir' Unlainti.. I fks.i

1II. Ihilldr'ri of .liniaii II Iltoir Iixl In
liml wi llO durIh ilo-m oi. f vr i voy,
itigligllr l ouf If irli'hlli0 h11 you.' lgei(it st
anllll of I 'hllt- rI 1. hiu 111 sin' I'. 1 not
n lirotn'M tiiit, mi inal ,0 tl i1. ,hnn' dl.
'flut It WiIli I blo lluit lo' l-i'ih'l '1i <- iv
0i'tO IiiI.000d lv I Ib' lioult,, oif htraioo-
i-ick vby tiM n ol o11 'if '" llll.ia ll Ill '1701.
AM It InI liiVhor uiia li ii s'l I n tlin
1111i lrf ttioohtboull' toI hl 1' Il lsu li Illfloll.
Ibutl uholll :i300 dc gr n 'l' li \ frllom it.

A linr Juriellllo Crin. I
Of lir I n, y Trli*'n I'lilllllll(t l by
IIlhl 'rii i ,a r1iiirst In orrrl' r nly for..
l,'ry., Illo(ioiclu ilil nilo|P lils on sevIgf l I
ir1.i.: ioi I'1i, d ilry w rirlisi. In ICllrnigo toward the
ant ilor 1MWi (aim rensgtitcil forjery.-f a
o lick foirr rllile lt-Kt was tiratei to p
i,,I r rlr o tuif bo InM ln11nlag davates hli
riIre, liime t1o (1i III( oylnlg e li elm-
IOloyp-r' ail llintuilr, with till OjlLannl
Tl'iult 1i o11lo';Sfill,
It I r':,orilr'l l tha the y.outhba talent
for uch '!Iliil',:iloii Wa'x qutt -marvel-
Ouw. nl lIi fl' ra' rili i fouP biak cIlerks
swore thiit tliy. hind bellitred the eig.
nature on thli cl heck to bit tiorouhjily
g inulne, aliil t1oiii employer itllilaoljt q
3esueil that Ian n111 iiagrartdi
'he would have taken tb
ohis oi. '.erily. u tre
rki'lJoa, ,appll;. Ju '

f ..... -oh -l. l"l<* 'r n ion hrm I is a o a n ilo .sInI, iot-
lI Iw- O IO al r o Io .. o oolnh, l l th e uolistil c( ii-,l.
Io. tIt 'hI Il Is i ls-I latest alet t lopliaioti
ItI N the a ulll llii1 l i .i h .II o lo, t i 1th 11u tn \ t .' ritisi r'ilit. ),DirliII
S.. i the regIliti' r al llli :.t l,. lIl 1o. 0l IP ,1 '.- r iie OP' ftoi l )l o l 'ld< l
Ially of th ll l untioos lfi'ct l d .. t o i ill tn l....iii hini p' l, iia. tIllI
l'lI ii. 1 1, lo Io rI 1 li oly v u(1 to lon'r o'.o1i ,, 1S 1,. ,o, k i I.l,,, ll of Ih(b *'v-
0re'le tl Icg :ilh 8 ba1 i, ll. I i I Iolii ', 'oonil, 't il.
S.1111 d iiprovided'll f"orl n i a l tl I .soloi.r l n (i 0 l a ,,a li 'i, n rll'tll
i.-Iplii l f s atll 'Ol It Illo lin-s i rla n A liltlii r'i tvlioi 'i i' tt .,ii o II
.1i0ithl^y itoot 1 3'? to oI o't'lt all (liett 0h o .'aio swI' l 'It 1 d 11 1.o Ih, i 0 st i ,i I on -il
iflitlious of l iillli y 'so 1B 11i' .lo'. lIt fo d l ,llt'i l i c 'li Il l eeaoI oI i' Io ,.
i lo Iollg 11 I o r oDli 111o lilwo li > I n' l ;i l i.- l I (ho1 I ngh ( liloo'I, ih u i.' l .o, I l.,,I
I hms of the lordti.ce stOlorol ol f the' t 'iv'il V ,'Iar, atItII e he ls w !w IPnl l ttelvei 1- I s (ollt t'e )lol o Ih o:
'will Ile so l1t0l001 bo 'el"t fedio 11010 llt I 1 J1 li ,Ji1'oh A, Vtol', S- 0o1ll heo r to: i
low. of tho foo'el-: lll'S llii's tho' I t i lo l IIt l ot s fl rI', ll t'h i l 111t I l)lnl h lI .I t 111 y II,.
Illilrctlcu t le ivity Itli c i' i rl Ic 1 ( ( t, l o p ci" L I so. I tl u s' 4 crop of a c)Otilt ('1 y, wist g'ratl e ul
i',aI (toll ll ltlonstliid of the tIl lihd1 fo1t1' ll( i i)for i 11 if po'tw> o lcl e itnil d .i 't co,' um o
Inl (t itat oil thi lot itiiloru tille ltil itch to pec tateille 'sAs flatha lit o il i (callAUItH tl.gl
I lolt lik el wsirte Il.Anxiolu th holy toh .Ai' I t 11tV l'i 00 ofIi'ii o!fs olt uIofIto.iltoel Ill
it-tio ti'1iit Ia on 'lli ol of )0ll' -tull is lt'nlc' Ihe Ih'llilipplies m It tins .P10,0 l t tit(1 11ios-
Iotl-o'(rsn tido t i n tisrify ltlt( illt la.o o lf s ls I tlo sit ltsfy the f Al 1Wilind fofor sol'eei ,.
Iotdi ly hn 'c gel 1tilI nio ess t utimi 1 0,0 1) i(s0tinds ol
I T'rlt tililt hio llal, lotig wihll c ilthe li t'g i .ia i' o lt i sll)p i I(r tf fo'r.% lc ll ) oo h1irdit l w of foo i, Is ve tl tt ili t lo ll fil l Is i 1 jsIm ltlh Iof sith fillrst 'shlptlitii.
'n-faidt ol 11f lidjgesthisklh t W l sith Iw Ilp > Itl' s 1 ll' 1 1-11.I W lu ( 1:1, ur lltll' llg the 12(1t1
I^ ct'IrttiaIi to ole l> t h l sioi oh Int' l 11.ull \ ts iu1' It li 11' ii ll ow ii lv dolir before
hlenaml' 1Ii! minuy, if lie tcioio o, save frouo- t lin <'i't' i.i' :taiiol II iU oiti lforeigoil
bl iliio lie: lu or I' f'o I it oaill -ii ulih rl l r I Itho 1 im ll gtlll y 'of r1
I t4SLIO f or ly' tlioh t i IItt hIt' t I il lsu'S ch r t 'fol g i tNqlo I 't hey 1lit tde sl ul
It. l itW i hes too ci 'rry otnli : ;lo sl'oi ti.0 y tilt-'ll 1 ,0' 1010 told it 0 lore!gl l
ot1 (o-11 o i I ordhuiltiry ao o 'll li rch andI t oil iott uaillflory 1t ttll w t lhe i othsr d iIy h1llt111i
his hailvert i ni h, hoe. it e t ssor o l W i n'l t l tlitfls ('tllt u tth lot ful n l tio)id t
l.'o ipi e i.e r (l' IItCtIIon uo ll lpio l0k, l (e l Int lil Ito. f 111 i'o ItI s solo) I liot -i t ol sollulrs r It
ll. >S< lfloootl foti' l or h li i oltiH t (lol the ro 1 told ,-Ili tI lni take no ea 'lI.v $t il ,l(i o Its d i t
-I l bl'tit t ratlisp ored Iy ol of the llliis'tIt 111 a'A 1'li .l t ol f (i f Iepllot'I ln itrinIles-
I.xu-,ii Hiii' lni ol i lri|). .o '-'it l tr, In yo ouil 'rs sohl rs l ('-li 'il., ll I'll,1 I lr te ll '" t-I I' l better oft wit llt h li

l '.h(Millll to! lllktll i Ilir. I fl( 'l llllfi (, Idr II hi h, Io l ll Hlf 'I r tlliot' ll ttO t hll' I lP' t!it '
.hooui hele ttktoji toth n(1otilt ls It Ito u-It, tl' ktll -bloi ,' i t d ti, o' ttil y 0 41,
Thel S hier ofn tl, oI il i i us0 o i lio .. i'I11 i' ot n II I' I t I't l i., Ir' ilt1 .In iil' .
Aot tl ii l hlaliiI iirli i l i'1i', ,i l" lt. I os-' l ,f it t iI Is l-io ho I it 'o liva Cio l a anil4-
Aando witlu I'i' wha n th'ie3 lit" d ot' 1 lii.n 'l li Ioth ioie SlIlu-t il'ito lo urol
t' .. ', t li a s 't'l M l it r13 i i l ito I ,h llt t luI 'h I'llto Ih I t'' i,11 hO 'oli otl il %l it llrtllo,'

I" l' til lllfl il o II ( l t l '1." tl I t il I t h l l i" Ilr ll .'oli I l l itll l l h ii lig

;::fo T lr (! Knliab to f m ilntl. folit li V 4I'.iIl o\tilii l' -d i I llit lo lil,,o lo s u i ii 'l l t ir I tlt r I' o.li loi n 11t ni i il< r

',, Hr icin 11 ir l ilu vi w il oht l l i lti l, ,u., .ll i ll h i I', ii ', tll iH ll lirlhr
-.ofItyo- slo oi o li l rio ll'ui l I'I' footill ,I ll I t ll I, It It' h t 11% 11 Sitllbll Sa lloa ito lhillt

fo ",od Il d 11 il liln w h i 'li (' 11 'l 'l'.l II ill' I" t ni IAiit-a 11i 11- iill'ii it. i on It oirli e
.' '' nr I llt solotheorot hl i So htoiith 'iii l I It.l o loi1inll Ill h 'll l t iy i i to i li n I'lt 1 t41't, alo, I l
S 'Its n o -f't 10 S Iu 'os I 3it .I It a to Thu ier 'i-lao It Iotato 0 ib ole co;'oit Ituid

1y g nllrc t. o r I o1I t' Iaoioer 111 0 It- lifo no I0 ol. 'll I I .ItuI t tolo t on liar' l a uto ilS
oili"vl c ilr l tto t toll i t li 1h, t ol o r lit titfo liio t h 1 lu lb ei' fosh il' rluro I t alit tle lin Hutl 11nt

oil' l~lt, l t, l oll)Is inf -o fnlo l'' 0 tl3'ro tu o- Itilobs ii<- Itot'oi ft t Il f lir td l it' b ooi rlh''ttl
lo ,toilih ot t I t, Trh ll t I ll I 0llth s' of oi 1tly I" 4 nit rl' In ull s ti i y o11ll Is l t 1 ll l ti lo
Ittted toot:-'ega d or il l s lis got 'oilo wilto iltl.- I Vile i It I al' 00 idl ibly th int tigry

.0,'4 ) llItO!'ts o.f rnl .-!ritifrgi I t l llur I Oll i h 'PI t 0s h o it:hme ol ltt'lltl ta to fotti'lgihorl
ot k j(tlie 'l'tlln o i n lut Iu j.x' s l lehds,o so 1 il llotlof t cill(octr .t oit o r wtl'ot itoo 0e1 itatto.
moot bhe satl ra t o rooo t oot' fatoollt t t hIere. itt-I' II hto o bi s otulsi u 'toited

Sn loe I r g t-lho l'tl foit, 'llto lg si o t liliotto,. l tlltofI n tIioltl lll 11 hi l Imit tr i lo l ittn y hl iol oto
"s''rto o li l l0l8 In F 1 1 Itrh too11 N Is no pfh'ht atof e (i t-le. 'Itho

1s-.o o-r11 i r. l r li t lut H Nt i i n lt l ith t iimliiilso i lln i 'ii"1i t I t ilt on l w ilrl liyr I t l :' 1n< ll.re'
jI;:" ot iher. ffood ( t( 1 Ofillu I 'il o lo ll Willo p ito IIt lltlliV(s. Is lt' p ll t llol llt tg ilI 01 1t1l,
Silu o (lemu of 40 111 P tig., 5'i.01h g rewl'o li' tot ltt, o ttoil o slltt it aI-It tE.V is l ololitota itlrl'.0
I t)l If thle, lillhitth -to-I te. T lt11s lilt'- s tokliot'id Wtt i a tOlihto ot io111v l to le ri jic r
ttolt'v( (li fIsC lo'iu fl o nt l' i Ill5vtll0i0lli, owbj-l( rut(lll -l, hbiltolti flit la l wlhdO'Itib t100l ll tlllg.
li lliot likely to) otilifi t tlf e oslll (ter 0w i Ith ltm aso usinl ho'Ivot ip Ito) kltoWo intWht

RP olie ithut I ag ito tit i leoAl osl 0tt t t ttal; tro11 nil toulottly tlotit.-o toull h o Ctt eilt -
u-ll1n tilt- luito. -- .t-lTl tt' t t.he \oIS llu 11o%'11, -iio0lt froomo
i'l losl t lb eOili il iVr feaisi ( tvrll t1)1 11 hiI ('It ldy', i t Io o 11 litt e llge lill "giral
h l't'iiit 1t1 e0 tl iurll t (btiitly tlco li- i giloht. iiti I gllo li gig ll of tr or o iln iy
fo1,t'llh.lItt a otVs I1t1, tloo t 'oopto tt tl ) I.,1Itoo, I1550(i(bi(t titOuts ood'eout' oill tIn te doctor'I
iunon o lot n dInto tluc(iipisiall the i III 1 l it, 0 to'1 1 oi'ioUo flit-l list t' itol 'tl'o, It iidI it lit i
ct 1010i lout of sodo P 11 l t lo tllo to iIoil!llll0ol'lt tIhilitl vr i!i' I I 'tllly1011i 00ell rltl ui ioo('.oll ol 0(1
liloo a (07 w y''l f too r3ll y. 'll i ils h iti ii by' til lllt OSl il (1of I t lsiil. lo 11t1 ito 1 6-

ill n 1 411h11 n wild f or l s Igid romf et of filt. 11 rldll i irriiy Thoe rli 'Ill i lo t 11nrrl'id
..sutI o li Ih'itr .y it nII, l w l hey.u.,I o'ultO i t hi.tAl taIhoI i latiotty t|h oiit11 lo erlio
Tvi ab esl p e -n IIn fo en to ll uy ao, itiitott ifthiy 4 n44 i m v.r11 Al it ig 10111 t s I etI tol1 1111 it oln lI tbs O t'1ilOl.
T'h I fi b tlb!o' o 111 atl i r, l'etoit(lt 1itoi fOlt l I'o(,e 'l ll 1hit l( Oll Ilill oneo it 'l IIt0 11lllf i it llitlth Ilt u il *' o Ir alt e tho lll h
mitts St io'm:iiI Ito' A litie ,il 10 3't'i~l't' s at s lito to i I t iout-h of iiti.lto ust I uofI'00I0' 010114'l llty Ii I 0 lhoti, ii t! Itl- Illl'lt illt oll" thlue s t o'I) s
Illiiwar iloiini o'fll' I,'lit. lou n i-iI, (h lll ati- ., h i o tt i lo tos't ow .octsloti (ito ril fr, tl ft u r It''ll s lliho' lo l.,v Ilt. itod flv, lil t 10 tio w10 )'il o -
m lt lil ot I'll ll-It oll, ,i-it Iti'lot. h hlIe h ritg, t oil t no'e gh i fli rl i(f til tol n1 l 1110 11 l II Ioot-ll uoll t 31 t llo'i n-*
l51,ii o' llt 1~0 II h1 hlo lltll lg.hI p II vIt wht hll In I ydkd e, ol t iIlu Itlf-yll enirogii I Illl. T Ihoo llO e,
...- : o'iuagilio wtho iov( II I l ( ilii, 1 010, lll i llf II1.1l lil I vuMl ',a lin. r Iill. o iot i. ldaoltie thllo biet
Atioioioisol llo' ,i,.i io .k.oooa' ll '41o iiIuis o Ito Iu uilo l nt I o ti'. If l 'it hlioot ll % %.' Sal' uo .o til 1 IUs o' Iol l ois t I'llooll.
oA io 3' a blite- /.o'411 i 'nl i u- ot,. Illv ,A -t lt' i.- iia la1 l, ils II llo ) l' l l h111111 o Il 'litII .In.11ii' llll totlo-,1lohr m' 1N t I t ll lacl'i
1 13 Ihii 1 lll:,ilint t4- It ill 1t,1 I i i t 4 Itll lll l i li o Sl ,lllls io y oh e uly M ( ai '.l i i lllull sl ual ,lley i ltlcl I ln llo military
I. I Alio,o iitiul I ll 11 vni ''a 'rlll'u I tll t lh 'li l a,r an l tli' iit- o \ l ltr i (!y I I l n t 'lls IaY b
1 n" llu hi'omliy' oi lliton l elrolll n1 t'V( ''1 I ioitl a lI I t o 'tll 0i04 mill sll tll Si l bo'i I hll 1etO rlly
.l' ia',l'ii ol to(1111' e. 1 tI lobsir Ioris Oiiolll 111i'h ilill'll 1 I Io O ao l lst
u i ol h o l lehl r o f to lt I g- y l l, f rli lih w it I a .o f s l oI 1 u h ll.'1 I still i l I ai oIri ll a' I s o X I il
Iflut!111 lt, -snlt' io'' Sh ol lo' wi'll g i lit Ih e to htilt v ifr tn. I. 'lb i oli- r initllojls t1e0o
hil tea'lialI si. sroia ny r'iui'oll'o.I r f lll, i 'o iuill Iu 1 l lI, utto t t i tollos o IIII o.li ri r it l 4 i of ctlrB -
1lmui't lso ie willni 1 liv Ihlale'lu l 1oi Jillau-ia i' iiSi l # lisp li ",,hll'b llot iitb Ilao tl 1 lithI o cttivo-h
of o d twlill' fllt'3", oI'illa' oi soully b no.i T lb t ol. ai'Il' Jlie la It' 1 fh hrh 's
orihII'oI tro tilsa' ih el l iloo lro Slouti l l, a l3i a-l" i h0 0'5 It oilllo tIo Illom to Is tod.

',itla Ilh, iuui.Oot o 81ill ovoorto l. IIu llthet sail aiaoll ]Ibv'l~i~l't. oitll mi i ui hlb'- Wo't', 13.ilv

ihr l lnlv Ilun ll lillililllta Pliilo.

Nortliirt u'I'-Iiht o ilt ou lit I hIIP C L Ct
ilta t, IL allolurl pliIt Il l I.I WII Ii it ldit

Ia flU.idl g1 rowlll g evl rywliiv lt -i Io lulla, i
I 'iv li,' illy bLiout I tci pllci I. 11id 11lmo t of
iliaiiru fi' r' M iowil III gartl'de i: lii ti1n tllhe 'r
limlla map L'lnlly IIhey lri' plii tiL'd pon '.''
1111d1 IloiIut grnvit'. iol n 1111 Idloo'tlon of
til,' talks anld triiv It i iia iltlvro al
r1'llm dy liIn Iao tis of I I) inliIrlil fI er
W loiaa oiJ'i o V lhtirll t (l c'ir ti H t 11101 AlNivOt "
NIllml llill wp l r ra iltillll I' il iI lotAI l y "I l
IhtlmI I nii pil lll il oll n lthlil, vorks we' '
lit tirsL HO i petc. reudl iby illoi s llnl attdl,. .
llifferi .-l o iOuclihI' from imiitlirl'ou fever ,
I lllt 11 ti l I'l trllllllll llliltlQl Of tbh
UlIindl rniiiti;nnga' tllu wholn lhoiillllnryt of
Ililr gilrlat'n wain ililllltel vl lh I 1o. a l la .i'.,
iulltl nfi y alllt'' lI ll l lb litlo i o wu' .o ,, ".i
hli lili a pi r of | ijlllhtllot wit ia t Ol aelfee .' '
ithiit r lol lie t ivt ,r i ltog tlli!'r dolisop- "-
sail'r il fromin ot iiin iil t e re i' ildlnt s ro -* .'
ieliitr' l d il ttit i1olir 'rly'l rui' lt-lilt alit- '
ouui. 'Tlle slto of thor garIot's iiadl be-
tiutu, lIoeli a110o of thllte ovii'nt miialaari- '
oilruh'k('n llotil on flia Ishliiil ot Bomo tDt
lily. Naw York I'oimnllltrvilll A4e- ,'.

Aineilnin li Itlile Traiili al '.
Thao lIlil',.'r f .lne'rlcaili who '- ..-
onrlia'r IIa 'I'o ou -:".l' or .range
Coolluiy I'i4.i' el I, y fity a mLpnth, t. '
o olo inti 111i ln1 41 p i'rilt, tule ti lant '"
U)ill'll1 luill of which luay ll IHl of'i o '
iIny Ihililmt (C'ountl. And, 1.oo, in LtlA .
ilnlVt ,iiiwl Iu to lnad tlhant tile nppllcant
lian milllcle't larianp to BjItiupIrt blmW .
ilf inil nfainlly-after arrili'lg. Conald-
c'riuolull of such appllcatlon is often le-
layed for weeks, and there who irow r
liyniptlent' and arrive Il adl tilt of il
their permit Arp gIoaerally gIven .thl,:-'.1'
option. of leaving thie tnet lay or Im-a;: 'O1r t
prllaonent for 1'lx uioubis, will a l'ne :
of $24, -

)esliruetll 'Iie)up l loal. '
General Horace Porter, ti als id,
to the gradudaling ctass of a P
school, said: "I coagratlilktt .
the wise course you have lrtji
dieeldinr to follow utllh ,
o0c'cpatlon. In youth ,lpar;4b
ohilltr. I shp tud be
livo yDt Bw" AbLe to 4q<, *lslt
whIc b oapbt f fl nyich i woO
have be.i tWsepl. it4ruetlve to an
kl ,',. 0 ,, .. ,
W' "i t i ls'.'i U Vit 5 u r iiloi V,a

Ikihatura stiax ov
tire r~muS ptOY~8

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Tlioe fI Cgitlll blhs Noartoomt TirSr' : "$ T
S tojh I UI Standiuc .l-.
.\'lllli tn aliorl I (lr Ihue i noot hls-
i,1il n hiil1lio Ig Vi'nceinoeo will be
Itl(rn ifow\ to Imalcel room for a moderlr
linnle, iinlesr t am iin nartlo Is allou to-
isnl t lo i' la li 1t l tell, 0t al lA
nlrlaiAliin'lit fbrl i city park. Tbi elulld-
Il-r is ole? whll'li for ilihout seven yeartl
t,,-vi 4. i tIi i, clpiltol bulilin for the
Noirtlnvlit Territor'y. It lands nlear
Illi Itonrt of Ilio? cilt, ltit.did not orig-
ii11ill11y :iil I|ltirt'r l'1ie bl1ilding waas
ro' cts.l, hro rir .as anll be learned, In
18II., amiul emltfdl1 of' Iwo rooime pn-
stislt mutit two( o dwtIn. No Inilll w#re
Sitisal In Its co(nin -ltr 'll ionl, It Ioriun put
togellier by wolioflptn elifl. hlinc that
limin hl |rill' ''Oviatlils li e l oi ll illde oil
It wiideli lnvI hnol hii i l H 18 ii 1itarnnlnle
Init It i still Ie li t o ll .iiplol Imllldluig n
'ih.. vi-,, of thIe Vli' '''llnts pL Iople, nnd
11.1 < nrr making to 11n 'rest tlie city
illt otii' Ito buII y It II t(1, Irnillsfor'e It
1in t a im.skumil, pllnvgf i t lIt oueI 1 of0 "

hi' Ic i l,i .iL is ioW iis ll if s a* resl
n lU '!r >ll0 i mi ti-SH it getln s -'iIi attei-
tid t11 wi-Ill s -,so h'o -lb n o ,, 1t '. It !1
O (llit Iv ''ilil:ins Kl lfotl II could
Ill IholilU hlt. it i. ll,.oI 't- l l.r oiltbout
$:lltl. 'irO iW iily yorii.' s it ii ..l I...1 the
i prlti l lito l strlit''l ill (li t l', o. od l his
SI,,ll utsid ns afl IS lls'-s IhIlii., ta1 'w ell
1s t u01 u1 e u'ir iitii'tlOo>0 I. inill' W. MI llt1 I
liIst o1r wiIs Imtllillt In ili i old btlldIHt
I hilb- it \\:is Il nii't>lliug lipl;eti of the
l gitrsls-ilr ol'.l Ito l ioun T1T'l' l' rrio ,wli.tli' "1
was 1'form I't l ftrtn il r11.111 ,tl' he Nortih-
we<>t T ,rrltory., (;nv. ivn(f \Vl'lilitl
IHenry Ifit-Irrisliio riotil lis is n iiIt' l g
in tlhc old htllldi g., : l I.n I itl( tllo' .sic a
li Y Worked for tIh li' IsS.e t .l i it if aI s- m -
ilIre that woulol ptrv-el il tlit stulho of Il- --
lo n tn H om thito' Iindiii. T'he iSnli li'c -
It i althl, a wssi is Iever pali e1. .
AI. loa .sessionl of I l o, I.elsitltire Ill
tlisllls b lildg' In 184.7 lhws wrote inmdie
lttht lihis g t lhe dhiiti f erillut y for cri itie,
of -etlmsoni, ntirdirh, o'oarson mild hltfa, ..

Ieiallit g. lhrutl'glry titiil irn!'lllelr wv er
intl 1iUio t liltit 6llh ( y w ilop g, Ilblba li lne ail .
l1111llmno liolli ilt. lI.r i'''1 i.4 5 I'v1a t loIolow
I111iiil lilli)1o I 1 II'v i1 all.' i lillllltg; olieal-
lig y linv il m' l inlsdl WhilllI ; lii a lIoyI llty

Illh r'. o'hll ( lii ti ni ,llst'ri il'r ilo illiit. r
MIrtll'i i t l 111 \. 111" I '1 iii i11 vlld fo' l)t
Iovellllltl liirl l o' o tl ll Its. I ilt 1 o;er.-vitnl
t' lu I i tl '\.ool' I 1o 1 Il It i l i 11' i sotis itHr

liltltlll 't ll 'l o'll o II .ltltt I ll 1l tt ] 1 1 .illi

of fl i n llclte ri 1 n 1 i i ru ii th r i
IHtII I llo' e l ll h ll rt li 'l' t' li ,'l. r im till
vienl t i ri II \'liiii t-i' O liiei,, ''a i lullu3
l ftrole Ilva aoi'ir ll liNe s.i hI hle ohlt

lh I i T 'ui.oli l'fl lilh ib npbi' {eod( a ".
gui\ otghie l( to- tlia' (ovse ritol'. story ita
o.if lito tti lr lp( d 1,c lryl It e!' l 111 'It

s %v
ihteu Fellix o Iloi tlild ', wlu ullo. thI r l U n .
-oil' It ho il to t li-iistl e ilro t lia'sliital -

U'lllt i ll an' l uttioc lin ti i llo eaior f.
-Hll' l f-!. 1111f ll llol'yl I's 1, o .iilf ,

ot IilK' o .4nr110 Ill, glovu w iri11a.
Tleau fimsl litiy iniikc UID it
W OlR D O W SD. " '

1 4 l 1.t- ll 1 i i t l g '*
'l'lilfl-iis i-oitlorld. Ii obti (' e I Li 00 t L 1)0

.'glhore II(, io v liue w.erl r 'l ." no
lrlillirlltr n il sf 'lll .iie l ciri 't'U
Il l I lr Ill em .llortillll p "'
tdc ,0itl) I ttl .I IIs1. 1111 -ti ll, '

A r11111 1 It I 1,tto t hun. n il" .it ls ,;e" t

flrum li t of i.tliy -i l ..t" .
1lolit i'i' I n O) vtrli0 highly oi h lt I- o .
i (ts- i l lHist' o ltlll ltoi t t;.-iP)1: o'oI'- -

iiotthI il f'o r th tI liti i 111. to ... -.
< lo li hi' t 1 0 f 01 i'l1l1. lii ,. :* '

Iillm i Ih(' ei'll w illsosit t l 'i leur.- ,
Ill ln i' Iill n. r




T ih 'fliI; l tGi^. e O eStar,
.1 : 0 '.'...
D,. G OWIN, a h
hdltor and Proprietor. rec
Ht terod April 28, 1903, at Oainaville, ter
', da second-class matter: under Act of cer
Congtea of March i, I187. ask
'. Pablished every Tuesday an' Friday, wai
at $1.00 a year in alvancet.
50 Cents for Six Months,
25 Cents for Three Months. edit
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents '
a line for each Insertion. id
.. Space for display advertisements priceil Gai
r'i on application.
.- talk
S You can have tlis papersent toa 90
S friend three months for 25 cents. safe
The Metropolis says: "Alachua t
.', county is going to have good roads vot
0 if new and costly machinery can nan
Make them." cha
: ditor Whitfield, of the Jasper the
News, is giving Jasper, and Hamil- oth
A --;. .. ..J __ .

l, ',a t d. They have
Ilaws o.41f, I4e, and public se
.: lt ow :x.I ,th- brave i
*i^^ liqW nitt0 inllB to



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TMIs3SaerTLe (7) IT.
The editor qf THu STAR was at
lotel at a certain summer resort
,ently and heard a man declare
at closing the saloons had wa-
ially injured the business of a
tain town he knew of, and when
:ed by the editor, what town it
0 he said: "It's Gainesville, over
Alachua county."
'You are mistaken," said the
or. "But I know I'm not, I've


u there," affirmed the man. Particular attention to the Ladies
ut I know you are mistaken," Gaincsville will soon have a Par as
I the editor, "for I live in coffin factory, and Florida a pri- "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
nesville." mary election, Will some of 6ur ca'" and "WVlk Over" grades
'Well," said the man, "I have already dead politicians now take "
:ed to the merchants there, and the hint.-Palatka Times-Herald. J. D M at he son,
per cent of them-yes, I can ----- d '
ly say 95 per cent of them-if The mayor of Augustia, Ga., fa- i Le e Bi i F.
y had it to do over again would vors the city owning all street rail-
e a wet ticket." Tten he ways, as well as electric light, wat- S^
ned six of the Gainesville mer- er and gas plants. It is coming to
,uts who he admitted would not this all over the country.-Metrop- ---
v vote a wet ticket, and said olis, Jacksonville.
re. were probably two or three .' .
iers, but the balance of tliemhe :The Doers will send a colony of IC l A ND
d would vote a wet ticket if it their people to Mexico. What's AN
s to do again, the matter with Florida? No sec-
'Well," said the editor, "ac- tion of the universe offers greater You need ICE, and you .have it. There is I.B,
rding to your own statement inducements for thrifty settlers.-
*inesville has an immense num- Punta Gorda Herald. and I[0, but the ICE that n .its the slowest is the ICE
r of merchants for a town of its that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is the
e. Six, or probably nine, you Barrs evidently has the best of manuf d
y are for prohibition, but 95 per the race over in the second. Clark ICE manufactured by the
at of the whole number are not. will get the bulk of the opposition Success Ice Com an
live in Gainesville, but didn't vote, but the masses are a little c es Ice Company,
LOW we had as many merchants afraid to tie to a man who is as GtAINEgjY IXi, g'lA.y
your statement gives us." changeabler as Clark.-Madison And which is delivered anywhere and in any quantitie=.
Such unreasonable statements as Recorder.
e one mentioned above are often -- W E SO ICIT
ade by some person whose sym- Crop reports received by the W I
athles are with the wet side, and Telegraph from all sections of the
iey are sometimes taken by those county continue good. With A trial order that we may convince you
rho hear them as true, without favorable seasons for a few months yOU that it pays to buy Ice that melts
ny.investigation, and so it goes longer this year will be a record slowly.
until some fellows make such as- breaker with Bradford's farmers.-
ertions believing them to be true; Starke Telegraph. W e W ill
ut they are not true. Don't be-
ieve all you hear, but do a little Chicago negroes are predicting Deliver ICe-at your door if you live in the
nvestigating'for yourself. If you that this country will soon be city, and ship it to you if you live on any
ee a statement in the papers, even ruled by the negroes. The mak- transportation CO'S line.
f it's in Tn't STAR, that looks ing of such fool statements is
'fishy," investigate it, and if it's about the best way possible of Succ Ic C m an
true accept it, but if it's false re- keeping alive the lynching fever. success ce Com pan ,
ject it. -DeSoto County News.. F. W HETSTON, M manager,
AN INVINCIBLE TRIO. Prehaps Jenings is waiting on
"OUR BOn." his friend Forbes, of DeLand, .to Gainesville, Florida.
We have been waiting, and are say what he wants before announc-
still waiting, for some of the few lug. How would "Governor -
brethren of the press who are op- Forbes" sound? He and Jennings
posed to Hon. R. W. Davis fom would set a hot pace for the boys
governor to state some good reason -anl gals -Bartow Cracker.
for opposing him, but up to this
hour we have heard no good ren- Editor lititinger, of the Ocala
son why R. W. Davis should not Star says tlat Stovall, 0o Tampa4
be governor of Florida.- Oaines- T'ribune fame, talks in his sleep.
ville Star. He also remarks that lie didn't
OUR BUStSS SATO." wait for Tom McBeath to tell him -i---. --
We have been waiting, and ar ie wouldn't Ido for State S perin- We take pleasure in
still waiting, for some of the few tendenit of Public Instruction.
brethren ofthe.press who are op ke Cit Idex. announcing that we have
posed to the return of Hon. James just put in a new line of
P. Taliaferro tothe United State, All the Faculty of the Sotith put
Senate to state some good reason Florida Military Institute, a State Moulding and the latest
for opposing him, but up to this institution located at Bartow, have improved machinery for
hourwe have heard no good rea igne because of the election of making frames to order
son why James P. Taliaferro resident o e i tuton by the making frame to order
should not be returned to the board of trustees whom the mern- We expect to carry a full
United States Senate.--Ocala Ban- bers of the Faculty did not want line of mouldings and
over themn.-Volusia County
her. Record. frames and we invite
ANI, D MLOQUtNi' IKRANK. your insDection of sam .

ton county, a spienaid paper, aun
the people up there should appre-
ciate it.
When Alachua county's good
road machinery gets in good work.
ing order how would it do for our
city fathers to hire the county to do
a little work on our streets.
SReports come from some of the
Gainesville people who went away
Sto spend the summer, to the effect
that it is no cooler where they are
than we are having it at home.
Louis J. Brumby, editor of the
Florida Fruit and Truck Grower,
and manager of the Ocala Banner'
coming immense special edition
was a pleasant caller at TH- STAS
office yesterday..
The Oitrus County Chronicl
s-ays: "Citrus county has 175 mile
S'..of telephone line, and three center
Igstations. There are numbers o
,others who want phones, and th
n1:;ompany will place them at tu
arlieat convenience."
P.' Brother Whitfield, of the Jasp
: '.ew, says: "Look after the i
te.easts of the people's frlen<
SDavis, Taliaferro, Clark a
S6r'oome," etc. Now, if the broth
I' will exchange thle second a
third named gentlemen for Stoc
ton and Barra, he'll have a dan
good team.
G;. general Bullock, General C
bthrist, Congressman Davis, Rep
s.Ontative Brown and Farmer M
O:,'te the most talked about can
^ Oipateis for Governor. If the fart
,'leads all others, as farmers do
Sthe strengthening of the country
backbone, the other fellows i
have a hard time of it.
The county commissioners
Columbia County have ordered
election to be held Tuesday, S
tember 15, to determine whet
Sthe sale of intoxicating liquors sl
., .continue in the county or n
.:; Now If Lake City will do as no
as Gainesville did on June 2,
.,lunbla will go dry, and Lake Cit
schools will flourish as never
Those who read some of
SState papers of late-if they juc
by what they read-will proba
"' ask the question: what did Sena
: Malory, and Congressmen Da
and Sparkman do, if Senator T'
ferro did it all? Some of our
changes give Mr. Talliaferro
credit for all that has been acco
plisled for Florida since lie beca

S It is hardly probable that thi
will be other candidates for St.-;'n
Taliaferro's place than those ii
considered in the field, which
the Senator himself, Hou. Jno.
C. Stocktou nLd Gov.- Jentin
: Each of these ca ndidates h
'I some enthusiastic supporters,
,. when they go before thle peoi
and the people choose whiomn tl
will have to serve hllem, \\r prec
,' they will call his name "'Sicktc
i... Jacksonville was a "'di to\
-, last Sunday. The officers of
S, law decided to assert their righl
authority and try to have the
'' ,. obeyed, as each of them had sw
j C, to do. If Bryan, Price and \
.. aant, and others whose sworn d
;;it is to enforce the law to the 1
their ability, will just let
e know that they mean b
,'^t hteyl will hllv'e less trot
: \~ forcniB the law than t

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The color line in the north," W l
which seems to be made of hemp, V e Have .' .
has been very tightly drawn ,.< .- ,'
irouud the blackman'i neck.- In Stock, and are constantly receive.
Clpley Bnner._ f ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
Whbeo we have good roads to Women' and Children, at popular *
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be. We have been waiting, and are "First it is smoking cigarettes,
still waiting, for some of the few then shooting craps, then drinking
brethren of the press who are op- minu, then stealing, then-well, it's
the posed to the election of lHon. State prison. So now, young man,
dge Frank Clark as Congressman front stop smoking cigarettes, for that is
bly this district to state some good re;- the root of all evil," said Magis-
tor son for opposing him, but up to rate Cornell in New York, when
Ivis, this hour we have heard no good Frank ILatora, with cigarette stains
lia- reason advanced why Frank Clark oni his lingers, was arraigned in
ex- should not be our next Congress- court for shooting craps. Too
the mnan.-Jasper News. true to be ignored.-Jacksonville
nl- -Metropolis.
me To the Banner: Because Hon.
Jno. N. C. Stockton is a better Alost ever we notice
man for the pltems in the newspapers remitting
tor To the News Because Ho fines and doing other things to get
w M. Barrs isa better man for the undesirable individuals out ot their
low pa towns. If there is anything abso.
are place.lutely and Infernally mean, it is
N. Mayor Nolan declined to instruct tiis practice and it would be a
igs. the police to enforce the Sunday good law to allow communities in
ave law, and deputy sheriffs were con- which these outcasts are foisted to
but sequeutly sworn in.--Jacksonville w t o e o
but seet sworn inJacksonlle arrest them on. their arrival, put

hey Is it true, and can it be, that then in jail and charge with power
ley Jacksonville has a swotn mayor to collect for keeping, from what-
I who declines to instruct the police ever towns may have dismissed
to do tLeir sworn duty? them, that other places may not
Vi" The county solicitor says that lie suffer the same obnoxious burdens.
the intends to enforce the law as long -High Springs Hornet.
tfl he is in power,-whether Mayor No
la lai co-operates with him or not.- he Wl Publishing House,
; Jacksonville Metropolis. The Wiloan Publishing House,
orn Hurrah for you, Mr. Bryan; that situated at Seabreeze has been pur-
Vil- isyour inty; and even the mayor chased by Mr. Pierre d'A Pratt,
"y will respect you for doing your du- adthe Ho. L. N ills, who
bes tyes of e are will continue at heretofore to do all
the on yo, and from a mighty pyra- sorts of job and book work at that
k yon, antd from a mighty pyra-.,
sl mid f official neglect,many ers place. They will also engage in
able behold your actions. the newspaper business. The plant
hey is located in a handsome building
the But few people witnessed the with every convenience, built es-
euti. hanging of the negr4 murderer, specially for it. The machinery is
men Frank RobertaOn, i Jaeksonville driven by electric power'. Measrs.
do last Friday morle lt tfiouands Pratt and Wills enter a their .OW
i Jtle- winu ed the Io enterpris, with .iu 6p f
, !re a shown by cc aog'
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