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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 18, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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v"ODEr'~ii~rD TO TE'? E ~hOPR'.A~ BtYSX'IbJJISS Ir41TIq IPOIT~ICC L IN.,TTZeE~RjST8 OF (rtJ~1r 'CI'TY, IJ IJT' L TA.TE.


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Ing Crops, Etc.

OUR EDUCATORS '"'t"of=
1"I'iI.NT ,,N, AugllIS t 15.-A series of re
: O i t a. I' The school would adjourn at
that hour for services cach day. There
Met in tile Gainesville Graded and were two see .ices ench day, and we be.
High School Auditoriunm. lieve itmuch good was accomplished.
'There w~.e three baptisnis during the
meeting 'rTe ministers who were pres-
SUI'TI. GLENN OF 1)VAL HEE tIeuvi durinK the meetings were Revs. J. K.
SUPT. GLENN OF DUVAL HERE: "-^ nn^ dw^ g n
I Sheffield, Thos. VWhite and W.J. Martin.
The series dosed Saturday night, August
Prominent Educators Addressed ; .
,h11 '-'uwannee river is int fine plight for
the Convention, aid Much iishing now, and the school teachers and
Enthusiasm Expressed others of this section will have a fish fry
at Foilt I'RaiiiU today.
Acrortling lo lpreviot., ni i lltl : iii ichi'e' l ;L ,
Ac Ilodh school pr..i. .. :. ...i CL,- I Prof MI. i. Deland of Jud. velioi:l i lhol o i .l... -. I ., I, clTl 'h urP -ln i l' t wi ith I'rof, .. A. O mnionad

High School A'tlitotiliii 1.-1 ,li. r,|iiV ci lt LI placc',
miorningi The atnl II i i,. .L'' nolt nIs 1). A Pie' llt inade h business trip to
large as haild beeii hli I .iiill e pect. NI.le rry I iilany
ed, but tio:- Ire I i \crr.-' rcil,rcientative Tlhe. fa .ii of D C. Slaughter ts almost
ciLizens anI sc'lihol ilc.n fiom v'il.iltli se tiun er wates. His corn, pilnders atid cot-
tions, nud ll ti c iiCei i.g wait ail eutliusia.s- i tonl are iliosti inunedl.
tic one, niil .ii llt Iit I .Il doulbletss result Old L'ncle Geo. Siaiiclie., one of tile
ill greatgooli to tlti- c(.it', c1i' higher antI oldest nlid Lilost highly respected riti7ens
becler ediCLcationi l I loral.i. ol this section of the county died lact
SElon. W. M. Hllow.way, s.ipei .itenilient iMoinlay at I o'clock, and iq tile eighty.
Sof schools in Al.lcliahi coiinty, cillel lihe fourth year of his age. ile leaves a large
colivention to ornler at lo a. In anld Rev flamiily conlnec'tion and uianly friends to
W, J. Carlapiiir, Ipatoi, oi Kavainaugh mourn his taking away. His reniains
Methodist cbirch, thli city, offered a fir were laid to rest in the family burying
vent prayer for livine gkiailinct and ground near his home. We join with
favor, after which Siupt. lHolloway,, wilh the nillily in extending syillpathy to tile
a few appropriate i.jiiark., iiitro luced bereaved otnes.
lHoni. J. Rivers, oieiiber of tile [.egis- ---.
lature fiont Alachuia coutiil, vplj .iimudi Now at Asheville.
an impressive speech ill favor of ilic coin After several weeks spent in Coluuibia,
solilation of schools, nAic l oinltedl out lie S. C'., Mrs. T. F. Thomlas and mother,
disadvautages of the old tiline sys-teiii Nis. Steithlurg. iantl son, Ralph, and lit-
whereby uillliy Siitill schlolh were tit tie ailalighiter, Mary, have gone to Ashe-
prived of conpitent tsac'iers becai-e thlie ville, 1 I'., wlie.e they wdll spend the re-
sparsely settled countl alici coIns118 e ueiilt i aiinlel of the .~.ullinler,
small niuuiilier of students riildere.l it lit- 'I'lev were detailed longer in Columbniia
p possible tdod Ibeltit. ''inn tir.v expected to be, oni account of
lion (;eo. I'. Glennl s11U l.iillltl' iiek il of tilie illiintes ol Mrs. Steenburg, who was
schools iln liuvil cutli iani, the falhelr iher, under ilie sk'llful treatuient of Dr.
of the consoliilai'on plan inuw A orkilgl so R. A. .Liiacaslier, for uiany years their
well ill tint coiiII.y, WaS' Lthen ilntl' liced faniuls pilyle'Sicisii.
and tl ade anl able alnd iinte-e" 1ig prLrtli DIr. Thomilias says he received a letter
cal speech, sho0Ninig the miiinll I.taIt(.mige- I'N.in Mr. T. on their arrival in Ashe-
of the newv system over th old,1 o ic, aiil vill v anI l from( the letter he learned that
before lie had fiiilihe hi. adslir.- ilithose In. ,iiaughllierl. lary (she is about a year
il tile cotivection who lit l gone tile re ,Il l i' so Itusily engaged conversing
not t'nvorably impre ed L .tei i d. a it' li :I : igntleimIIal ptineliiger when they
consolidation were converted, iawl lian .1.i. iaIl It I.\ si%; lle that they all cattle
heconre dlvlcuttce of tlie sh\%telIi lie.lr litigll car. ed oil to the next station.
Supt. Uiiilliains, of FI..i-t lloriiL .CiIn-I -. --- ---
l ary, and one of the couitrv'. I~.-adug Irown louse Arrivals.
educators, also nude a telling pl-1c-h ai .\ luii1 'ile arrivals at the Brown
S favor of lte consolidation (of s,'i,,i>. niill iIu' Sui"Hl.i anild Monday 111o01inig.
Capt. Geo M.M I,y.ich, Ilion T J. I ii. .ve.e the. lollomi i g:
SW \ '. olsot.Coso T'. A. Duke, \'. M llo I '.. S 1) -, Atlitinl; W. T. iStplie.,
loway and others inaile speeclics. iiiil Ilih ,; 'ii gi;i: 1. 11. \V ilso., VIia lo~U i-; C. VW .
conveii: oii adjo rniie about I o'clo, k, tillir it, \Val.lo; J. B. Pailgett, PAiradise;
and all went away eniutii'ti l'" c ;ial'a.>rt' C L" i.ielihliaI, lawtey; Geo. W Ellis,
of a consolidlatioll of schclI l.., liiliiniore, NM.I., IV I. Ellis, Quincy;
..g Spr.ng.. Foi.tune .' liW Bell, Kiss' nute; L. I. Stiarke,
High Springs Foitunate I.,i> ,n. I' 1leltonl, Minnopy; K.


It is reported ol very goal aI ll itnia i
that the A. C I. shops tl S.ntiif r.l I'
be cauisolide id with the High SI 1,
"shops at this place, which, if ie, %. II
give our city a perceptible tiooumi. \We
have kiiou i f- soInic .ne that lie *,ainl
dispatciters and Division Sulpeialliei-till
Purdoii had tihir healihluarlerr' trnllJerC-
ed to Jacksonville. There i.sno IOult i'i
the Stale wilh a 1 ',, iter fiiu.e litai
High SPi;tig ba haat t lie ie.eir: d;iy.% \e i
hope these report's will cultnlllate intl'
real facts. We understand Ithat severetl
employees of the aiuford shops have al-
-ready arrived in l Ie city., Sill gone toI
work isl I cRSe oL!oll.-lligh 3%p ..ls IInt--
net
Advertised Letters.
Iist of advertised lette s reuaia;inig inl
the Gainesville, Fla., postoffice Auugtiit 15,
19o3. h'ersotns calling for sa ne slhotilt
say advertised, aitl givr date. (Onie cent
is duie on cach letter adlvej isa.
I.A I'ti':u,.
Miss Nancy Canlty, Mrs. Gu.s Gi.lficce,
M[iss Lotha Jones. Miss MNartier Jones.
Miss Dosha Karson.
G1: In'TI.FM1EN.
V. C. Bailey. Willie Cool :r, Chj. T.'.
Porbes, S, .Guess, V. J. James, Mr
Kidd, Dutrnt & Mliddleton, James INlc-
Miller, Jesse Morris, N. A. McAlistc".
G. J. AI:NowV, P. M.

Horsewhipped a Negro.
Henry Dasis, of the livery fi..l of
Crawford & Davis. was yesterday rrestel
and will have a hearing this mnr.aing in
the nayor's coutt, and also before justice
Coleman, on a charge of horsewhipping
Sa negro by the name of Will Strobliar,
yesterday morning.
To The Voters of Alachua County.
The Governor has very wisely decided
not to appoint a tax assessor for this
county until a choice has been made by
the people in a primary, or by their rep-
tesntative in the Democratic Execulive
Committee. Realizing that I cannot
have a personal meeting imm liately
with you, I hope to reach all through
this medum. announce myself a can-
didate for tax assessor and will he grate-
fil for your support. If elected, rill
visit atttallUy each precinct so as to g-ve
al an ppoi tunity of having an asses-
ment made near their homes, thereby
having them a trip to Uaineasvile. I will
do my utmost to. please the public and
mrve them faithfully if elected.
Very respectfully,
J. A. RElBsoitOLtH.

heiinri g thin r Gid-
,d *wi .,,~sh. X.
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N An.idr .ii, lHigh ,Spings; Jno. J. Pauid,
\\'nterlc-\.i. 1 S. Chambers, Ocala; and
hloini Jnlckso.iile there were George
I)i,, C,.- I'. W'yv'ly, W.N M Clough, J.
S T'.son. J. J. Jacobs, E. It. Vanleuiani,
11 S Deliniug ian' Smlithl D. Pickett.

Notice of Teacher's Examinat:aj
lilegiilling oil ''uesday, S. 'enber 8th,
19l<., at eight o'clock a. r., .. I continu-
iig for ;, i da.s, an exanuiunatiou of ap-
plicialtl. for Teachers' Certificates will he
lield iin i.incsville, Fla.
'I'lie exaiiaiiilio of the white appli-
tiiits will ie coiducted in the Acadeniic
Flall of l'.ast I'loiida Seminary, and that
of tile colored in Union Academy.
An iexaiiillation fee of 1r.oo will be
chalrgcdi
W'. M. loLI.OWAV,
7 "Kg I.t Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
M. Entenza Dead.
NI. 'nliteni.i, the Waldo cigar manufac-
tirer, died at his home in that place Sun.
day utioning, af;er a lingering illness.
Il iEntlelnl was a native of Spain,
Iht came to this country when in his
'eci s. a.l has resided il Alachna county
many )ears.
lie wps an illdltstriou'M man and good
cit;:eii, aind besides many fiends he
leaves to mourn his departure a wife, two
hous and two daughters.
The Star, with other fi.euds, extends
synlpathy t to the bereaved ones.

Should Respect the Public.
Wlen a prominent citizen has no more
rc-,iect for himself and family than to
get on a several days' drunk, he certainly
s'lould have respect enough for the pub-
li -- specially for ladies-to stay off the
streets front the beginning of his spree,
all not make a public aspect of himself
until friends have to take him to cover.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua Oounty:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary.
If elected. I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best ofr y
ability, ind I solicit the support of all
voters at the polls.
Respectfully.
W. C. HAGUE.


VOLl\lM 1



CONVENTION OF


Ellfs is a very affable gentleman, and is
said to be a very efficient auditor.



tend Your LaundrJ io


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Jewel Laundry,


THE iqlTABII LIVE
Assaranle Society of the
Umitd stat, J. Rurlkle, Proprietor,
"'STRONGOIST r TUXB WORtLD."
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AUGUST AJ, 1903


BEWARE OF


THIS NEGRO


Negro Swindler Leaves Georgia,
And May Come to Florida


SAYS HE REPRESENTS HANNA


Is Swindling Negroes By
Wholesale-May Be In Flor-
ida-Look Out for Him.
Information has reached here that a
negro swindling other ntegroes left Thom-
asville, Ga., last week for Florida to
continue his work of deception. lie is
organizing negroes into societies for the
alleged purpose of pushing Senator llan-
ua's bill to pension ex-slaves. He poses
as the personal representative of Senator
Hanna, and said the funds were needed
to push the bill. The negroes contrib.
ute liberally, and it is estimated that the
negro secured over 86,ooo in Thomas
county. Last week he left, saying Sena-
tor Ilanna had ordered hint to Washing.
ton, but it is believed that he came to
Florida. Since leaving Georgia a letter
has been sent out by A. R. Fisher, private
secretary to Senator Hunna, saying :
"Senator llanna has authorized no one
to collect money to aid in securing the
passage of this measure, and any efforts
being made along that line with the rep
presentation tliat it is (done with Its sanc-
tion are fraudulent. Senator Hanna in-
troduced the bill by request. and oin find-
ing that the Senate committee had re-
ported unfavorably on a similar measure
in 190o, he withdrew the bill. It is not
at all probable that favorable action
coulld be secured on such it measure in
the future."
The Metropolis publishes this to warnl
the colored people of Florida against the
swindler. Should he happen to be found
practicing his schenle of robbery in Jack-
sonville, he will work for the State for
the next ten years.-.lacksonville Me.
tropolis. Aug. 17.

The Government Building.
There is no longer any doubt that the
government building for Gainesville is a
coming certainty. Deeds to the lot on
%uhich the building iL to be erected have
been made, and are now on record in the
Clerk's office at the court house, and
ih it mealis that there will be something
doing towards the erection of the build.
jig soon.
('ol. II, S. Chubb, and other govern-
lenlt officials here are elated over the
prospects ut an early beginning on the
building, and those who have heretofore
feared that the enterprise would "fall
through" have haad their doubts annd
fears removed.

1 he Tax Assessor.
IThere are numerous persons who are
candlidlates for the position of county tax
assessor, which office was recently made
vacaint by the death of Capt. I.. M. Bell,
and at this time probably no one knows
who the fortunate one will be.
Sotme of the county's best and most
highly respected citizens are open candi
dates for the office, and others are being
mnetioned by their friends. Only one of
the good men who would like to have
the office can get it, and since this is the
case let us hope that be who gets the ap-
pointment will be the right man in the
right place.

Will Leave Tomorrow.
Judge II. G. Mason and Col. E. Ct. F.
Sanchez will leave tomorrow for Hot
Springs, Ark., and points in Colorado
They expect to be absent from Florida
a month or six weeks, and their friends
here wish them a pleasant trip, profitable
stay and safe return. Any one wishing
to secure marriage license during Judge
Mason's absence from the city can secure
them from J. MI. Mason, at his cold drink
and confectionary store on the East side
of the square.
State Auditor Here.
Hon. William H. Ellis, State Auditor,
is in the city, and will probably be here
several days, as he will audit the Imok.
of the county officials. Even before be-
ginning his labors with our officials we
feel safe in predicting that he will find
their books in first-class condition. Mr.


are adhearing to and honoring niatrinio-
ny nlore now, than they have for a long
titie.
'I \ iu mire from what I can learn that
the colored men, who follow the barher
trade in this town, want Sunday for a
rest-day. We feel it would be a help, as
well as a blessing. If the council would
enact or naike au ordinance for all the
barber shops it town to close at 8 or 9
o'clock, each Sabbath."

1,. J. Knight was in the city Saturdnay
from his home at LaCrosse.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 1,', tf
Col. Ferd layer has returned from a
business trip to Jacksouville.
20 leintt a day saved will grow to
$040 In 80 mouths. he Moyers.
W'. M. Adlaus was in the city 8Sutur-
day from his home at Windsor.
U. K. Anderson of hligh Sprldgs was
transacting business here yesterday.
Col, W. 8. Uroome went to Hligh
Springs yesterday on legal business.
R. L. Barton of Rocky Point was a
business visitor to the city yesterday.
J. K. Wainwright, of tie United States
landoffce, spent Sunday with relatives
at Starke.
Mm. J. S. Bodlford and sons, True-
hart and junmes are spending a while at
Seabreee.
trs. K. Alonzo Conaway of Ham-
mock Ridge was shopping in the city
yesterday.
C. W. Stalls, Mouuteocha, antd Geo.
Snowden of Orange Heights, were in the
city Saturday.
II. F. McCall, Jr., naval stores uman at
Fairbanks, was a business visitor to the
city yesterday.
Miss Alma Blitch of Santa Fe is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Rivers, in
East Gainesville.
S.' Willianm, a prominent merchant
of Alachua, was transacting business in
the city yesterday.
F. M. Cellon and family have returned
from Wolthington Springs, where they
sojourned last week.
J. E. Hainesworth was in Gainesville
Saturday from bh home at the place
which bears his name.
Editor Setzer of the llgh b Spring
Hornet rwa an agreeable caller at The
Star office yesterday. .
Mr. Geo. L. Taylor of Palmer was
trinsactag business with the school
board her last Saturday.
Col. .Bans Halls departed a few days
ago for Hot springs, Ark.,, 'where he
will recuperate for a while.
Col. W. I. Broome returned Sunday
from St. Petersburg, where h spent a
few days vwry pleasantly.
Hon. P. G. Ranuey, county eommi-
alor, from Wacalmota, was a businem
viitor to the city latarday.
Th"lsiswl mas tm gs t w 4 when
J.0ps Mason gte 0. imW vaeId atio for
idia l m

J Sill' K.,"-B, t"!')


NO. S3.


A MISTRIAL.
Jury in Whetatone Case Could Not
Agree.
In County Judge NMaso's court yester-
day the case of the State vs. J. F. Whet-
ston. on a warrant sworn out by J. B.
Dell, Jr., charging him with carrying
metat knucks concealed, was tried before
a jury composed of the following gentle-
nmen: A. M. Poutrnell, J. A. Phifer, I.
Baird, J. W. ''enlcl, J. P. Itauknight
and R. IB. Peeler.
rhe State was represented by Attorney
R. E. Davis, and Attorney It. A. Thrash
er appeared fVy the defendant.
Se.eral of the State's witnesses were
sworn and testified, but the defense
offered no evidence. Tlhe attorney on
each side addresseda the jury, after wl ich
the court delivered his charge and the
jirv retired to consider tle law and tilt-
evidence, but after being out nearly anI
hour they returned atnd amtnounced in
olpen court that they could nit agree (on a
verdict, whereupon the jury was dlia
charged and the next regular court day-
in Septeimber- set for another hearing.
The case of the State vs. Jno. W.
Wideuain, assault and bitter, was con-
tinued on account of the failure of Mr.
Widemnlan to appear-he not having been
notified that the case would be called
yesterday.
Tlhe case of the State vs. R. A. decker
selling goods on which there was a sen-
ders lien, was continued on account of
the illness of the defendant.

A Sensible Colored nan
The following is front the High
Springs Hornet of August 14, and is a
pirt of a well-written article to that
paper by it sensible colored nan of High
Springs:
"To The Hornet:
"There are quite a number of new
comers here now.
"It Is noticed that bince thIe closing of
the snlooiis of I likh Spring', more of, the
young men have coninuenced to work at
uanunal labor, which is both healthy andl
honorable to any race or people. It
must have been a God-send that they
were closed. The Mayor, Justice of the
Peace and Marshal lrave less to do and
better order is kept and seen all over
town. The attendance at each and all
church services is better than before.
"We are reliably infoiried that many
of the colored people around Duttoln,
Clar-l andl thlirouimh the Phos 1lihate blt


pnrcllhditsi e~lluewlher. I.. (.. Smnitih.
lion. U. II. Wecks, lie popular cliair-
Ulian cif the Alachlinci c'ountll y Nct'hliil cllitcil,
W(IH along Ihe ittenditult at the c nIlveti-
lohn of school olliciiilH htre Saturday.
A Waternin Ideall Iountaiili pen, is ai
booni companlion of tlie traveling ninii or
woman. Irun't Ithink of takiiig cI tllp
without lirst purcliahing all "Ideail" froun
L.. C. Smith.
Mlrs. W. S. Ilatnlit aHiil two Ilildcii,
who have ieeu the guehlts of lI rm. 1' lI.
Hull for the pa.t two weeks return l to
their home in (utiin-ville ':d" di .--i
(reenL Cove Spiling, Aug. 15.
Ualt' (Geo. M. Lyiclch, foiaerly i.riitil-
pal of the Grerci Cove r'plriiilg. ligh
School, is still with hie IEast Floilda
demninary and Millltaiy institute at
Gaiuieville.-Green Cove Spring, Aug.
15.
If you would comiplluient one whom
you love, no one day in all the yevir is so
fitting as o that one's birtlr ian. Doon't
forget w keep a full lite of bihfnlay
gifts. L. C. Smith.
R. II. Knapp, who recently resigned
the position of associate edtllor of Ihe
High Springs hornet, passed through the
city Saturday with his family, and wenll
to Grove Park, where lie will inake IIHu
future hole.
The union service at the iiaptint clhurih
last Sunday night wus very well a
tended, and Rev. W. J. Carpelntel, BMeli-
Odist, preached an able seriloli. The
union service next Sunduay night will
he at the Mlethodist i'hlurthl.
ilave you tried Giddings' flair Grower?
Others have tried It and cpronounled it
good. or sale at 6. 11. Ciddings' I rug
tore, (lville, i aud Posloftice I)rug
Store, 1ligh Nprings
W. If. Traler, the prince Imerchant at
Traxler, and also a leslding farmer in his
section, was transactinlg business in
Gainesvllle Saturday, and to a Stair re-
porter Mr. Trailer maid : "Cotton and
corn crops are good in my section of the
county."
The Alachua county school bosaid Is
favorably Impressed with tie idea of
consolidlating schools and ranspo.ing
students who live too far to walk, and
when the patrons fully understairl what
benefit can be derived by the introilue.
tion of such a systetu iti this county we
believe it will be done, and tothegin-ral
atefraction of patrons.
IOUtest are sca.rce anl in liteleaImaI I
Galnesville. This fact is incucele d by
those who are accustomed to -nwlli.ig,
renting and otherwise handling reales-
take in this city, and if such Is the con-
dition of affair here low, what spay we
not expect when the dull slnum er sel=
is over, the boarding stadeatlia rs t iriuto
the variou schools and the many pet
now ow on their u"Ul l ntrtu jp
city? ,to~w' o( p M Uz es NM
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MN AIn IIR 3,il.I.
I iider iland hy virLtue of i flinal iecree
llilade iuai reiilered liy loall. V.. ,t I loctk-
-1,. J iigeK f o h' tl' hit'ih Jml 1 inal Circtuit
Coutirt of Illornid, it nil for Alaichlua
coullit y, in (l hic t '- y silli ng, ili Ithl. 1 Hth
duiiv of June, A. I. ili, whierehi C. W'.
Iluikiilglii l i roiiillliiianit aind Johlin Mc-
Illrry anidl Julli Miellilnry are icefeii-
lsHiit(n i l t cerlriiil eain e therein penlling,
I, 1.. I ly.itt, ias peciil stiuater in cluHin-
erl'y, i' I illpotlitelliel of the Court, will
_,11 I tl ipiitilit, iltiction, tior cash, before the
i.,ciim IiiHllCe door hia the city of (Giilies-
vill.. -iitnt of 'lorida, oil Monilay, the
7th ihliv of epteimber., 190o3, 'riarlig tlhe
hig}iIl lioiirm of sale all that tract or inarcel
Il lil., situatle, I Ii(g anihd ieingl in tLie
i:oitII' if AluchuiI, ~,l.il.' of Florida. annd
ior iire irllCarly dlesuribed as follows:
Srilth-wert tiiirter is w i olf sotuthl east
,iusirter (s e 4 ) of sect luli thirty-two (32)
in tlowishilp uiie Lj), iollith of range
eighlteen i I) eatl, clnitalliilg forty (40)
acres of lihti, more or lt.n.
Taiogeiher will ail ini l l gilair tihe ten-
emnents, heileitniinatrii inial iildpuirten-.
ances to the i.uile tIe'lalinghii or in any.
wine iippertainhili.
iaild 1rolpertv i toI lnu old as thle I)rop
erty tif tihe iil .lhliii Mchllenry aud Julia
Mvi'ltleri m Iy ltitllly aarid pay said decree,
fees ciil i colthl
I, J. ('LVATT,
C. C' 'I '|, S, Special Master.
Sd la iiiI fil C'ounplaluuent.
MANTIF'a SALII.
l'itter unid iy virtl r ot a linal decree
of freclotsure iiaade iind rerndcred otn time
,itlli diiy of July, A. I) ieye,, hby thle
llon. .'T. Wills, Ju, ll e ot e i. Lierciit
Court of tllf INlighthl J ,illiciul Cir:ulit of thi1
Suite of iFurlilnt, ii a lraitliI raiuti. llhere'i
peiiliing .n chialrtery of saidi rourt, wheie-
il Muiy (iGordou Wil nctllnhilmctinlt, anid
Jantie I'. nrooker, V nitt>ri. I"- lrooker
41nil JoeIChej) Iau11 tilrutII 1 -cl'r cl'i'l-ndaintl.
I, W.' Ilroomie, as Apci'lil master in
hlaticery, duly appoinitle. It i *Iuci hby the
maid court, wiI sell at ialil it icttiol be-
fore tle court hoIlim I. lir in the
city of (alilelville, 1lilar.. Ilnl Moilday,
the 7th day of Se ttitcllatl'. \ I). t9rP3, be.
t eeiill the leg al litir of ik,-., nil I tIhat cer-
tiain lot, piece or pai el ,1 hlmid, situated,
lying anl /be;u in tllhen ii) l ii ,of Alachula,
State of Florihla, drli ilIe' I a the north
lialf of the iolthi.si. iumlrter and the
nortli-eeatl quarter of thle iorth-west
quarter of section Itwo, lownmship tea
uclth, rAulnge tweiily-two. cast, exceP t
W, acres hctretfolr swil to J]olia HIaian
aIlo forty acree s >)il t, I'eter Sy|lvmiMtr
togetiher ithl nll ir ld singular tle tost*-
iluents hereditiliunnts aid sppurttrbeloi
Ira the lille, b.'lon.igilig or ia any'aa, l.
Saiid prpi'erly to be sold to aiAiWYG and
i'iy sii'l dlecree fees Iand costs. .
W. 8. BRlaoL t,
peQhdoal ltler.
CaluaisTiitOAl' i MATiea tu o -
Solicitor for Complal bLt.


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FIRE, BOND AND ACCIDENT MSURAOGE
Representing a number of prom-
Ilneit AlieicIi anitd Englsllh con.


Abstract and Realty Company,
(Inoor orated)
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
;Get an abstract of title to land be.
fore buyiug, After paying the jpur-
chase money there l often no rei as
for tax alea and uncanceled mnort-
gages.

Manhattan "A Tiypewriil
NOT IN TIll TBRUT.
A l Tundred.Dollar Type.
writer for $50.
Guaranteed for one year. 8ol4 ot,
monthly payment@ St a alight adnaoe.
to reaponlible parties. Typwrilter
Ribbons for varioul machines.


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Siiu.scribe for The Star, only Si.uu a %+%+ 1+\+ \\+14.4\% %,*%4%+ 4%% X 4X9
yeiir ansi you get two papers every week.
All tihe new- iof city mid l country.
Calil. C'..\. Neail, oic e f the Inalling
plios|iliate iaiie in h ilie i'LiinIy3, was trals-.
acting IiuInlsiness in totll'n Saturday.
Old iiwspapcrz., .'uituble for w rap ing
purpose., 15 cts. i illlunilr orl or ,5 or 5
cta., at TIIK STAH otlhrier
Justices J. A. Tucker if KoRelit lc, rin, l |.
A. .I. M ricklaiin. ol II.igue,w erei g .U11111
thile hl illie.e iitots to the l i ty SI lirl iY,
llo'lt .. J. T. .Love ,,f JInII ings I.akc,
1nid \ W V. Cioliiqon l I rlt ig i n ititt >l l l
the school meetliug in lli cit.. "1 "l drday.
l reil I mtats, groceriesi iil vr gitliti. h .e l
Call, seniu e youir i ,er ir to i'i.r tr
whitI yelnl U li. j G I f. l 1r iln O a. 1ii iiir I t
No. 23.
WV. W'. P'op u lul ail hlllll IvC moved
rout Windsor to hligh .pi ing., wlhe A
Mr. Pope will ftliige i i l tli tiimcrcasti li
busliles.. Fotogra .i
C. W' Steplihiin ol Alaichul was in the
city siilnurditay iunll l telned the ciReelilng
fof school oltircrs ilt tlhe Iligh School Al -
dIitorni,,I,. I alll overstocked in several grades of
If it ia joh p nin-a ii g ),-it j11111 ii .t l ll
yo ur orlerto the m. I It Vt lllounllt from card to 8 x io size. As I don't
pro mu p attel ntiil t, s idt w i..',i k ct it 1- t 1
will Suit 30o1.i
IL J. WeosL sell n lilunts without photos on them I will
II. J. Wtrlhorni, gic- ,f Tlir h l 1 ii p h o s e
nied l suineriers at kocky Poiint. i, Illi;t c ph0t(s on these grades at a reduced
the city and paidi thi, ul*'tee a piln t liii)n *, lil s ck lasts.
visit Satulday. 1)11CC VilL li- stock lasts.
jMrs. J M. While mid little i. htr, '1'licy are all new, this year's designs,
Pansy, nld little soil, ritUrnl l ly t S o ot 4
fom ai extelid d vilit t,, iririves i I s mld tI good (qluality--l use no other kind.
friends at 0o. j1 here will be lno reduction in the qual-
Chidings' Ilair Growerr Idoes the w.,, k.
For Saile y I)r. aS It. ;iglli (;iiiii,. it ()t the pllOtos. All will be FINI; ADELESS
ville, and the IPoLotlice Drug li're, l li gh
Springs, I'la. I :t t 1''l 1 4.
Prof. GuillianiH, of the la-,t l'lorida
Seminary, Gainesville, was here Welnel ---
day on school Iusintesis.--irein Cove
Spring, Aug. 15
C. W Well, Alaclhmil; i). I'. Calnii,11 ,
Rocky Point, lanl C, V. MlcQe.i'Utel, I.ex-
Ilgton, wee aU ncitIg tile l Itlil(.esq viitur1 i
to (i inea villec Silturiliy.
JC .ete, of We"i-ster ,iili.,el Giainesv ille, F la.
over in the city a hllile Suniliiy., whl. Wiler i
rout to .uake City, where lile wenI t)
visit relatives andi frieilni.
For a few days old nLwsipnlaers, hitnit
able for wrilipinlg ipurpoase, cin i e hliId
ati Tll iT SAt illice for to ceits il in. ..--- '
tred Irorty-live papiern for 5 clh. Wlhel you to SitllitH's
Ii I' hogl'ilt raplhI if you will (
lion. i'. A. IDuke, imeiluier of the tell lil i youi a sw la adver-
county school boaril from S.tlaii 'Fe, wiIn i tisemtnin1 Il Thel U(lneasville
in the city Statr.lay to attend the col-. Twice-A-Week Star, we
vention of shllool officials. will it>ie'-ittte it, alld lie will
ce ttai'lv trent yolu rlKlit.
MIB. Dr. C. C. Barts liand aIlighter, __ ..-=,- .
Katie, of Iligh SpluiglB, inied ul iliioughl
the city Sunlday en route houie froam it at*iSll*il/ ^ % ^ < %% % 3
ple)iIant outing at Dunadl' e.
Just received, nice line of 11bill book,
coin purses, ladies' aunil clhillreus' pocket
bookni. Cnll inid uet our prices bforer


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CALAMITY IN PARIS MANIAC RUNS. AMUCK.
Excited by Music, "Crazy Twigg" At.
-tacked Crowd of Three Thousand

SHorror-Results From Acci- People With Shot Gun.
dentin Underground Roar. At Winfield, Kansas, Thursday
night, angered by the music of a band
concert, Gilbert Twigg, once a soldier
EIGHTY-FOUR ARE DEAD In the Philipplnes, armed himselftwith
a doublo-barrel shotgun and a revolver
and attacked a crowd of 8,000 persons
Railway Cara Take Fire and Passen. that surrounded the band, killing throo
from Escape, Meet non probably fatally wounding throo
grs, Cut Off from Escape Met oers and Injuring twenty more oo-
Quick Death by Asphyxiation ,for ho was shot by a policeman.
S from the Dense Smoke. The band had Just finished playing
.*- "llawatha" when Twigg came up and
SA special from Paris :Iays' A cahts- Ore* both barrels of his shotgun at
tropo occurred on te ropolitun the band stand. H. B. Oliver. a mu-
tropho occurred on he rpoltu ln, l with hi back and arms full
elec~rle railway, wlich rinia mostly of shot.
under grontl, In which many persons The crowd surged toward Twigg,
pt their" Ilres. and he, having reloaded, f redi two
SThe causes of the accilont are U- charges into the audience. Mon and
the atentn women fell to the ground In pain,
gaging the attenlon of the officials, crushing children beneath them. Those
Ivweral versions of the disaster are who were not Injured scattered pro-
given, but the main facts which have miscuously, knocking many others to
been established are the following: the ground. This panic allowed Twigg
Train No. 43 which caused the Bac. to reload and fire several shots at tihe
client came from Porte p e at fleelpg men and women.
client came from Porto Dauphine aL At last Policeman George Nichois
the entrance to the Bole do Boulogne, came up, and waiting behind a tree for
in the western part of Paris and pass- an opportune moment, confronted
Ing under the Place dp L'Etolle, lr- Twlgg, just as the mad man hlad dis-
cled the northerly quarter of the city. charged his piece. Twigg dropped the
shotgun, and drawing a pistol fired at
I[ this northern quarter-a mnnufac- the policeman. The bullet went wild.
turning sectlon-tlie train picked up Before Twigg had time to fire a second
numbers of working people returning bullet, Nichols put a bullet through
to their homes. In reaching the nolgn. the man's abdomen.
Twigg was a miller and the men
borhood of he cemetery of Pere la about town referred to him as "Crazy
Chaise the electric motor failed to act Twigg," but no one thought him dan-
properly and the train waited at the gerous. He lived In New Mexico for
station of Lea Charonnes until the some time before he enlisted.
arrival of a second rain which pushed '
the crippled train forward, making a INDIANS BECOME DISSATIEFIED.
total of sixteen coaches.
After proceeding about 200 yards la. Poor Lo Makes Up His Mind to Move
ward Monllmontant stallion, the dam- Over Into Mexico.
aged dynamo sot fire to the engine ti The commissioner of Indian affairs
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1, wo UirL train. Te o ilr Durned noreg-
., ratling- q~uantitlQs of smoke. Blimll-
q, .'Atebously the elodtrle lights on the
W.tin went out, leaving the passengers
V lt..total darkness, except ior the ilgat
1i.the burning ongino tar ahead. Tils
:,: i.deded the progress of he trains to-
t.wrd 1enlImontant. Thie terror-striclk
,llp. passengers got out and tried to
m.rnre their way onck. 'lth' powerful
trlc current which continued In the
i'tl la Is believed to. havo stunned tor
ikllaUed many.
I:.. lBty-our.bodles have been recov.
K-.i0t4 abd the death list probably will
"il.eqd one hundred.
S.. e accident assumed the proper-
'Vlits of an awful catastrophe during
t"p early hours of Tuesday morning.
'hen the more than four score bodiae
'. thbe burned and suhocatod victims
iwire removed from the subterranean
p gllaage. Crowds of weeping mon, wo.
.8lah, and children were struggling
I' ad the tunnel entrance In an offou t
.to recognize their missing relatives
','H'f riends. Most of tlio victims are
i' inom the middle and working classes,
I ,1 the trains wore carrying them home
: tQw their work.
At 8;80 o'clock Tuesday morntin
:iremen forced taeir way down through
e'.tb tunnel etatlon at Menllmontas
.: nd returned soon atLorwarda with
seven bodies, two men, two yountt
b:p' oS and throo women..iTlso porsonl
'1i- ftga been asphyxltoed, as their poal
'- tlofs showed thoy had been gropln
through the asmolo that fllod the tiiu
la hel, seeking a way to escape, whi0n
,i: hey were overcome.
- Bodies In a Mass.
'' At the sjcoind descent tlie fl-romi
; found a great number or bodes manss-
'. ed near the ticol otoffhu of ttO statil c1.
Where many l'ad evidornly bo n over
c' ome while seeking tickets. Farther
On the firemon stumble upon a ter,-l-
l. -le lmass of bodies Thloso worlo lit
ia. :gengers of the burned train. T'11',3
had leaped from the coaches wiheit the
;' fire broke otlt and groping throi(ghl tie
gutoosting clouds of sitoku vainly
gOught the exit at Los Chliouuunis sita
|i' t olo,
h' "Te aiutmbur oft ortpses brouIglt Iup
from the angle whore Ilio nliaH was
i'' wedged, was so large u (li,.t I'r alld
Eight bodies werb placed in coach anm-
I: bulance. Mnny of thie vicllmn had
'^" handkerohlet stuffod lin their mouths
h.. Ir vg evidently tried to litop out tbo
S'L bmyxlatlng smolo. Suomn \vol.-i:
held their chlldron tghtlly In thlir


IMMENSE MORTGAGE FILED.


at Washington received a telegram
Thursday from Indian School Superin-
tendent Thackeray, located at the
Shawnee Indian agency In Oklahoma,
notifying him that a large number of
Kickapoo Indians and some of the
Shawnees of the Big Jim band, are
preparing to remove to Mexico within
the next few days, and asking for in-
structions as to the course to be pur-
sued,
lie adds the suggestion that to holI
them probably would require the as.
slstanco of troops, and also volunteers
the statement that the proposed
change of base on the part of the In-
llan. Is Instigated by designing white
men.
Commissioner Jfones expressed the
opinion that nothing can be done to
prevent the step, but said that If the
Indians should carry their intention
into effect they would not bo permit
ted to tako any property issued te
them by the government. This, Mr
Thackeray expresses the opintln, those
will not attempt to do.
It sl supposed from his reloretnce t
scheming whites, that thero is an of
fort on the part of the whites to In
duce the removal of the Indians will
the hope of securing their lands in Oct
lahomna, but it Is pointed out that un
idor the law they would not be allowtc(
to sell their roal eosale, even If tho:
sHhould leave the country. There ar
- about 400 of Ihe Kclknpoos anid niI
SJim band combinonl.

CITY OF ATLANTA SUES STATE.

Muniiopality Seeks to Have Special
Assessment of Railroad Property.
At. Atlanta, Ga.. Thursday, a mandal
nuis nlsi wne isnned against Comptrol
lor Oonoral W. A. Wright, requiring
Shim to show cause In the superior
court why he salould not asaoss cortaln
railroad taxes In tho manner asktod
by the city of Atlanta.
In the petition it Is alleged that the
comptroller general -does not require
the various railroads running into At.
Lanta to specify In their tax return
what pa r of their property In altuatoed
in tho city of Atlanta. It Is alleged
that he should do thls and assess such
Atlnuta property separately.

Case In Hands of Jury.
In the caso of Jtot and White at Cynu
thlana, Ky., Thursday, Judge L. P.
Fryer, commonwealth attorney, made
the closing argument. The case wont
to the Jury at 10:46 a. m.

FISHING VESSEL RIDDLED.


Seaboard Air Line Railway Plans to Caught Poaching In Canadian Waters


89cure Extensive Equipment.
, A 1 A $1,605,000 morlgnagc wnas fliel In
I-. the office of the jiudgtK' tff hiriiai,a
a- t Montgomery, Ala., Thursily lv thl1
Seaboard Air Line rallwiay t ti,,
n guaranty Trust Compnny, of Nw\v
'York. Tho morlgngo Is to ac'arirc
,. eqiipmlnent to be furnished liho round.

S Enormous Increase In Tax Values.
S Tax return c)f cinemintlr to CCmlli-
troller General Wriihti. uf t;corgin, al-
r- ready show ant Iln ratIt(' of more thian
'. $,000,000 in propcurty values.


BIG BATTLESHIP DAMAGED.

S Masachusetts Came In Contict With
Rock with Serious Results.
S Late Thursday nfterniooii ll\%i I,,,


had been examining Ihe (Itilllt i to i rtn
1nttle ship Massachliustls. whll h. t .l ,la
Ih,'r forward plates cracked while it ,,t
.Ing nar Harbor, Maine, in a fog Wt'.l itltai
tuesday, oiunid that she whs mIore he tlc
.r qusly tdmlaaInd than was at Ilrst
Sitought to be tlii i se as the ship was $,
,ilttltng aft no w-ell cs forward.


/, WIUD TRAIN DEALS DEATH.

;'K KltljS, Cars Dash Down Mountain
4. 4. With Terriflc Speed.
A & OalB troMl Ashevllle. N. C.. sav:
A. 'AL tranll a thirteen loaded frelgKit rnr
: It beyond there control of th(e lengUKI.r
- qn the Bouthnera railway Thurslday ar
WU*o. t'nooI ad ddalhl wildly ltwnt n
SPta4e on. Bliiltda ioqtaln, was
4tat a turn In the road near
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and Badly Shelled by Gunboat.
The Silver Spray, a fishing boat own-
ed at Erio, Pa., arrived In port W,,d-
noeday afternoon in a badly ehattereil
'oiidltlon, due to an oucountor In mid-
luke about noon, with the Canadlan
r'vomnuu cutter Petrel.
T'he captain of the Potrol, when lih
m.aw that the Silver Spray was trying
it get away, opened tire wlth all the
Rnns IIe had on board, and before he
crasoi nring some twenty shots hads
tilruck the Silver Spray.

AFTER EMBEZZLING PARSON.


Chicago Police en Trail of Rev. Allen,
Who Stole 84000.


I)Dte


STORM ON JAMAIOA MAMIE TELLS HER S.ORY.


Deadly West Indies Tornado

Does Frightful Work.


ISLAND ALMOSTWRECKED


At Least Fifty Lives are Thought to
Have Been Lost While Property
Damage Will Probably Reach
Ten Millions.

According to delayed advices the
West Indian hurricane struck the is-
land of Jamaloa with Its full for2o
Tuesday, Inflicting great damage. Po-t
Antonio, on th north coast., was


Young Woman Convlot Says J'en Was
I Whipped Bscause She Wo(ild Not
Yield Honor to PrIdhl Warden.

A special from Mllledgeville, 0a.,
says: Warden Jake .,oore, accomgDa-
iled by Official Stenographer J. 8.
Crawford, arrived at prison farm TOes-
day morning to investigate the whlp-
ping of Mamle DeOrl., the young wo-
man convict. The investigation was
made public and witnesses were in-
structed by Warden Moore not to be
afrali to tell all they knew, as he
wanted the facts and would protect
them.
Miss DeCri testified that the reil
oause of the whipping was that Wk:-
den Allagood made Improper proposals
to her one day. On the first of June,
while in blh office, he tried to caress


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SMUGGLLED DIAMONDS SOLD.

Government Ciaposes of Gems at Auc-
tion to a Memphis Firm.
At leo sanle litid inh New Yorkl'Wel-
nctdtay of the diamInrds smlugglod into
this country by Michael Lolnkran. tho
Ilrni of Jnoseph Goodham & Son, lMem-
phis, Tenn., were rth successful bid-
tders, payPng $24,000 for the entire lot.
Thel diamonds, soverni Ihousand In
nutnber, were appraised by the govern-
ment etxp.rlts at $24.9h". not including
thu ditty of 10 Iper cent.

NOVEL IMMIGRATION SCHEME

Half Million Negroes to Settle In the
North Within Three Years.
Through an -irganilzed miovvnitent 'y
tho Rev. J. II. Hlnry Duckrey, of
Cambridge. MIassR. rjt0,)00 negroes will
ihavo immigrated from Inc south to
points between Now York, Boston and
l'rovlid'nco witllun thrce years.
Tho work of arranging for tho ml-
gratlon han h i-.-n carried on secre'ly
lVy tihj Norhlihoaseru nd Woetern irn-
migraltonu Soc(lety, of which Mr. Duck-
roy is prrsidtnt. Thel money ls kLid
to hiave b'eni subscribed by wealthy
men niitl womon who bellove that thl a
scheleuc is the safo and sutro solitlon of
the negro prubleni.


ROOT TO TENDER RESIGNATION.

Will Be Relieved Before Assuming
Duties on the Alaskan Commlsalon.
A Washington special says: Defore
Socrctary Root sails for London to sit
witli tho Alaslian comanlsioqe he will
placo his rolsgnallon lii tho hands of
President Itoosevelt, In order that teue
praeldent may appoint a secretary of
war, If It is deemed necessary cTuring
Mr. Hoot's absence. It Is expected.
however, that the reslgnatton will nut
ho acted tpon trntil after congress
ments.


SWING UP BOTH MEN

Was Plea of Prosecuting Attorney In
Jett and White Case.
At Cynlhiaia. Ky., Tuesday Attor-
ney Gohlon finished his argument foir
the defense at 10 o'clock, and was fo.-
lowed by A. T. Byrd, the common-
wojeth attorney.
[yrd closely followed the evidence
nnd summed up his case in a masterly
way, at the close demanding for L'.e
commonwealth of KIentiucky that bilt
the defendants le hanged. He beggedl
the Jury in thle n11ai0 of the chllidr.'n
of James I). Marcuni and the widow
now living alone in Ircathiltt county
to aflix the death penalty.


IRISH LAND BILL PASSED. CENTRAL ENJOYS PROSPERITY.


Measure Now Only Awaits Royal As-


Board of Directors Declare Hand sorne


To Make Operative the Cuban Reel.
proclty Treaty and Enact, if
Possible, Some Needed PFinn.
olal Legislation.

A special from Oyster Bay says:
Presalent Roosevelt's conference Wed-
nesday night with the members of the
sub-committee of the senate finance
committee was not concluded until the
small hours pf Thursday morning.
The whole subject of fnancial legisda-
tion at the approaching session of con-
gress was discussed thoroughly.


-AnnouLncement is m
York of the merging of Seaboard Air
Line railway system with Rock Island
and 'Frlsco Interests.
-Tbe dreaded Mexican boll weevil
has at last crossed to this side of the
Mssissiippi river and much apprehen-
sion is felt.
-The Georgia legislature adjourn'
its slimmer session at 6:30 o'clock
Wednesday evening amidst great re
6lcling.
-The West Indies cyclone, "which
swept the Island of Jamaica last Tuesc
day, did fearful work In the destruce
tlon of life and property.
-Before adjournment. Wednesday.
the Georgia house of representatives
agreed to senate amendments to the
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completely overwhelmed. Only six her, which she resented; that he then
houses were left standing there. The went Into another room and sat on a
United Fruit Company's wharves, of- bed, calling her to come there.
feie, hotel and plantations were utitr- "Instead of going to him I weat
ly demollshod. Five of the company's down stairs," she testified. "He tola
steamers, Including the Simon Dumol j me that if I eve:- told what he had said
Alfred Dumols and Brighton, were that he would make it hot for me, and
driven ashore, but are lying in easy he certainly has kept fls word. I
positions. Port Maria, another town saw him at one time kiss a white wo-
on the north coast, also suffered sinmi man prisoner In the sick wivrd, and at
larly. The coast is strewn with wreck. another time saw nam in tl'e barn wi1kh
age of local sailing boats, a negro woman prisoner, she lying on
The southeastern portion of the sl. the hay and he standing by her.
land has been completely denuded of "I told one of the other white wo-
its crops, the rivers are flooded and mon of the improper proposals made
many men were carried out to sea and by Allagood, and she told me If I was
drowned. Considering the damage to that kind of a woman It would be well
property durliing the hurricane, the loss for me to do what Allagood' said If
of life Is comparatively small, though wanted to have an easy time, but If I
the present estimate is that the death was not that kind to resist.
list will reach fifty. Hundreds of per. "Captain Allagood learned what I had
sons were injured and there were ni- told and went to the flelI where the
merous halrbroadth escapes. Tha woman was at work and forced her to
property lose is estimated at $10,000, tell him what I had said. Before this
000. 1 had many privileges. These were af-
The entire eastern end of the Island terwards all denied me.
has been devastated. Villages have "The evening before thb whipping I
been wiped out and public buildings talked wth Mrs. Allagood, but used n.)
and churches demolished. Thousands disrespectful words, but when she r.-
of the peasantry, rendered homeless dered me to stop talking and. go bA &
and destitute, aro wandering about to my room I refused, and when War-
sIklng food and shelter. The de- den Allagood returned he was told by
structlon of the banana plantations Mrs. Allagood and he whipped mO."
has been complete and the fruit trade When questioned as to how many
Is paralyzed for the next twelve licks, said she lid act know, but that
months. Hundreds of prosperous fruit she was bruised so badly that she
growers have been brought to bank- could not sit down for several days,
ruptcy and ruin. and that he had to put greased cloth
The western end of the island, on places for some Ume; was forced
which, It was at first supposed, had es. to work In the field with negro women
cHpedl, also suffered considerably, r or wo woeks, and nearly fainted Il
Tlhionands of houses In Kingstown the tield once.
were damaged, the wharves were bat- Ono witness testified that Miss lo-
teroed and several coasting vessels Crls told her of improper proposals
were sunk In the harbor. made by Allagood; that shQ heard the
licks and heard Miss DeCrls' cries;
DIRECT FROM MARK HANNA. afterwards she saw tno brulles, and
T F M M that they wore very severe.
Senator Puts ExSlavs on Guard Captain Allagood testified that the
sengain Pu ExnSo Blavs on rk charges were utterly false, without tihe
Against Pension ill hark e en -comblanice of truth; that be never
ng of x-lav ha's billfor th groundsion- made Improper proposals to any one,
Sing of e e has boon the ground. lbut that Miss DoCrli was mad abant
wuirh for "shark" atill over tho county, her privileges being cut off to some ex
S ut at Tomaville, Ga, where heof er ruly and Ir-
. senator IH Ho wcll known, the "liharks" dont conduct; t she haid be
y have fund a paradllse. ttd moe kndly t a othr
For sanie weksR the "shnrks" work- created nore kindhy unantspy other
For qlome weeks tho "tiharksp work- prsoner they ever tial, but she olid not
S d quietly and wore not Aspected.appreclate what was done for her
finally. however, N. Wilson, asl "ller ways were utterly destructive
Soa molord inn of T homasvilnl H molt of discipllno and I whippel her after
i a mout nild wrotite a personal letter the physIcian had pronoonod that sabo
- to the senitat or. 11 has rectelved a "o
S i the o nior. IIolo hasrcwas able to stand it. The ipunlihmait
pti' gl nit it is w, rows: was mildly anl dhid not hurt her mucht
S "Honaltor lini thas iauthorizedno'rho charges are all Inspirei by angir
' Oiclo tocollc i inotly to aidt itsecurltng antd are falee. I can face t1ho result
o the pasange of this measure, and any with conftlence."
g ef'orIt Ibeing inade along that line with lIeforrlng to the matter of sending
ihio reprosenlatlon that It Is ilono with the woman o wirk In tho field -
his sanction are franudulent. Sonalor sorlly after the whipping, Captain
I iicain Iirilrcltiic cl rlie bill by request Alagood said:
nniil on InllvotlgarLon finding that ti "I wanted her to see wiat .It Uneant
I seniitl coinmit lhad reported unfic rto work in the fields. I was discillin
vorally on a simnlnr ni, isurt In 190t),. Ing her for hor Inasubrdination, an]l I
h. wlthdlrew lho 1 11f. I, Is not at nil ivntelI tp show her how oeay a flori
p. robahle 1hatr faVorrable action coul, nho was having In the house. Sbo was
te becurcd on a h a measure in fle living as easy a life a many womnin
fllture. A. E. l"SlHElt, d) who are out of prison. Hlr work
"Aclting Privato Socretary. was of the lightest character, and ahe
S Of couirsr, ililn puts an end to the had no roason to complain."
hearing of, tlo telatbs.


FUNDS OF LEO FOUND.

Late Pontiff Had a Large Sum of
Ready Cash Laid Away.
A dispatch from Rome says: Mon-
signor Cagiano, the major domo, ac
compaplod by Carllinls Rampolla andi
blocenni, opened the apartment of
Pope Leo Thursday afternoon, broak-
Ing the seals put on at tlio thne of
the pontiff's death. They fout-d a con-
siderable amount of money, it Is stat-
ed, several millions of francs, besides
other valuables.


UNION KICKS ON COLOR.

Labor Body at Newport News Withl
draws from Trades Council.
The color line has been ldrwn by a
union labor organization In NcwpUit
News, Va. The machlnlisl' union, lio
local branch of the Internalilonnl ,\A
sociation of Machinisls. has voted to
sever its affiliation with lire ContrJal
Trades and Labor Council. The latter
organization recently admitted rope
sentatlves of a negro labor unIolu to i'a
membership, despite the protests oi
the machinists' union, which is the
strongest and most influential labor
body In the (cty.


YELLOW JACK IN MEXICO.

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muddle, if they wish to talk, but will
probably not order an Investigation i1m
less specific charges are made.
-Atigiita, Ga, will probably follr)'v
Atlanta's Oxaimleo auni order an Insp:.-.
Ilon of milk.
-Charleston, S. C., was visllel by a
terrific electrical storm Sunday Throeu
persons killed by lightning In aR-l
around the city.
-A report was current that Deo-ey.
the abscondliig cashier of the bank nt
Nowbern, N. C., had commit ted sulci.lo
In Now York. It proved untrue.
-South Carolina negro woman le.
capitates her two children and throw.j
their heads into the fire.
-The color line in the navy is wor-
rying the administration. There are
only o00 negroos In the navy, out tlhe
officers want to get rid of them.
-Boller of the saw mill of the MIn-
nosola Lumber Company, at Cutting.
Ga., exploded, killing one negro and
Injuring nine other employes.
-It Is thought Cashier Dewey's
stealing from the Farmers and Mr-
chants' bank, at Newberne, N. C., will
exceed $120,000.
-A large meteor fell In Indian Ter.
rltory Sunday night, which Illumtna:ed
a wide section of country.
-Twenty-three employes of Wall.nie
Bros.' circus were killed and niRni
others Injured in railroad wreck in
Michigan.


CONGRESS TO MEET -""".i
SCream of News.:

In Extraordinary Session in 'u ,'i M "" ""'
October or November. sBrI Summery on evst
IWmportant Eventw
of Each Day.
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'ctives of the Chicago police de- sent to Become a Law. Dividend of Five Per Cent, u Plan of Quarantine. the late king of Yap reche avil so smebt ha been raised from 13S
ent are watching every railway The Britisb ho i of lords. Tlirs- The annual statomeit of the Centrni In view of the appearance of the nah, Ca., Wednesday. By the terms 10 to $200,000 by the r Paul,
Sthe city i theay agreed to the Irish and l bill In the of GeOrgia railroad, which was pre- yellow fever at Victoria. Mexico, about of this document, be aaah w to a 200 00f the tn.. Paul, Minn.
it l W the city latehe hope of nr- form finlly approved y thowse ut this document, theinevann- be
S v. Willd Alen Uo form finally approved by thoe he f Seted to the directors at a special 70 miles from Monterey. oun th line ow gets nothing from the e tate. w oa on eqal on.. Myor
g ie rr ol the Nw Englnd e co o e amen ents aWd meeting In Savannah Moddy, stow of the Monterey and Gery and lf railway, the Retn rom the ea was the only one who did not care to
it IrasrhcrR'Aid Society, whe o nd o the bcil y thee lornl. The am nen ad. an increase In earnings of $1,416.000. quarantine against the yellow fevr I turs rom th t hastily raising the asaesmert.
tlo hsv aceron Aid wSociety arw re now o the rbill by thq Rords. The n t the largest Increase by 18 per cent. established at Laredo, Texas, has been in Mssaippl very former rprts "He put In great shops and brought
Sto bocolm effectlve. which the road has enjoyed. made more rigorous by the appoint. that Money won the senatorship ap i ovor 5,000 workmen to this city, and I
to become effThe directors declared a dividend or meant of an additional force of guards Vardaman the governorship. don't think we should discourage kil
WEEVILS MOVING EAST. IT "BURNED" ALL RIGHT. 6 per cent on the first Income bonds by the state authorities. -Baron Speck Von Bternberr, ,bhom by piling on taxes," said the mayor.
.V.L -- Roosevelt greets as "Speckle. old boy,' The protoat was of io aval.
rPets from Mexico nd Texas Two Dead M and Others Hurt n HINKSALARY AMPLE, N POP PHYSICALLY WEAK. was received by the president at O
Tbst o a Keg o PowdeLAR ter Bay Friday. Baron Speck appo ". EMBEZzLLER ADMITS HIS QUILT
rs the Minssppi River. Tt of a Keg of Powdefullourtcostue.
SMexlcan -ototon holl weevil has A keg of powder exploded at the Solon Refuse to Inerease Pay of Unaoustomed Strain of Duts Ts n ful ot costume.
id tile Mltilsslppl river. It has ltranncen of the North Alabama Coal Governor avid Court Judges. Upon Hlw-Fatlnted While at Mass. -The GeorBla Dalrymen's Associa Bookkeeper of Bankin Company
Its appearance in the cotton be. tanl Iron Company's mine, at Coal City, Members of tie Georgia house of A special from Rome says: Just a tion adjourned at Athens Wedoneday "fell Down" In Speculation.
rwn at the United Stales agrl- Ala., Thursday morning, with the le- representatives at Tueeday's sealoa week has elapsed since the election of to meet at Tallulah Palls next year. E. BC. Johnson, bookkeeper for the
It l .'artment experiment ala- stilt that two men are dead. and sae- refused to concur In a senate bill pro- Plus X, and he has already been ove.er -To negroes, convicted of high Comtnercial Banking Company, of DKn
at New Ortease. oral injured. vlding for an Increaue in the yearly come by the unaccustomed strain of way robbery, were executed at Dir luLth Ml a., was arrested Wtedneda
arO ha,. t."'an timerous reports 'Tle exploalon occurred while one bt ot justices of tha he upr court, ila pontifical duties. He fainted Tues-i mingham, Ala., Frldayl evoenlg ln 4 arraat tcaha hi
ca ,^ ; numerous te weevil e th explhosionoccurled. was tne lt ng ay His c
raier, o the evl s m who was biad was a Jd -O uperior courts a the go dy morning while at mass. His col -A fight between ratan Indh e ebelement at
river beu i, but all e owde to hee whethl, g frqe'o, the a.sate. el .rtls, lpaps I ioSnsldered tob,. due to nealrt- a egroes is, .porte anor. te b k'* a one.',

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The committee did not present even convict bill, and the measure i" ,-.
a tentative draft of a currency bill to up to the governor.
the president, although some propost- -An American fishing smack was
tons which, subsequently may be em- caught poaching in Canradian water's
bodied in the measure, were reduced Wednesday and was badly shelled by
to concrete form, no definite concli-, a Dominion gunboat.
felons as to the shape of the proposed -Two tnegroes attacked five while
legislation were reached. The confer- nmen in Ireenville county. South Care-
ence related rather to methods of pro- lni. One of the white men is dylr.g
cedure In tho work at hand, rather and thlo other four were slightly
than to the form of legislation. At 11 wounded.
o'clock some ot the members left Sag- -The Georgia legislature and Our.
more 11ill for Senator Aldrich's homeerrll take UP the whipping of
In Rhode Island. ernor Terrell take up the whipping o
in Rhode island. Namlo DeCrls8 a young woman convict
One fact of distinct Importance was Mamlo DoCrsl. a young woman convict
developed at the conference. While at the state prison farm, and order n-
an extraordinary session of congress vesilgation.
next fall is assured, It has not been de- -Experts declare that the will c.f
termlnod whether It will be called to the lato O. W. Collier, of Atlanta, Ga..
meet in October or November. It has is an Impression copy and other slant-
been supposed that the e:traordlnary Ilug testimony is given.
session would convene Monday, No- --Central of Georgia railroad digoec-
vember 9, but the Indications now are tors order 6 per cent dividend on first
that It will be called perhaps several preferred Income bonds.
weeks earlier. -Train strikes wagon at a crossing
The primary purpose of the extraor- n Terrell county, Ga., and two ne.
dlnary session will be to enact leglsla- groes kuleo.
tlon making operative the Cuban re- rl Johnson sent to cha'.
clproelty. treaty, but financial leglela- Arerlcus, a.,o for dernt udi ln
tlon also will be pressed upon the at- gang at Americus, Ga., for defraud.i
tontlon of congress after it convenes. negroes on the ex-slave pension fraudl.
It can be said that the senate finance -The amount due state of AlabamaL
committee will dreat no measure for- by Tax Collector Booker, of Lee cotrn-
mally and conclusively until consutta- ly, who failed to make returns Is now
tlons have been hold with other mem- said to Le $7,425.
bers of the senate, democrats as well -Soulthibound train No. 25, of South-
as republicans, with members of the ern, was wrecked by some miscreantt
house and wlt the bhost tulhorlties on near Oastonla, N. C., c..onday night.
finance in the country. It is the do- Nobody killed. Engineer and two pou
sire of the committee to be constantly tal clrksi Injured.
In touch with the president, with other -Board of arbitration to adjust dit-
senators, with members of the house, ferenco Lecwcen Alabnma miners and
with bankers of the west as well as operators met at Eirmlnghamn Monday.
those of the east, and with country A large nuniber of witnesses will Le
bankers as well as city bankers, so examined.
that some plan of legislation may be
formed by the opening of the extraor- Postmastcr general Payne has ,c
dinary session of congress. citdel to try Iiaggago nien as mall
It Is the hope of the conitnltee to clerks on cortnin trains.
devise a genuinely elastic ciurron y -Tho binetle ost by Mrs. Viii
system-a system. that will expand Clerke, in whl.h she had hid $7."'i0,.
whon rocoessity shpll arise and con. has been found. The moony was still
tract when the noescitity shall have n thle bustle.
ceased to exist. -Governor Inirhin.-of indiana, has
Senator Aldrich, when asked wl.i written to Presldenitt Rocisovelt. utatintg
reference to the visit, snid: that the latter letter on lynchlig that
"We talked with tno presliont about soundled a keynote.
financial conditions and thie uted of -. The trial of tne Humberts contain
legislative changes. No bill has ben te a a lrt s
drafted or agreed on and none will be sa t ri frqcptly ienounclig
until alter the fulleut conIIsulIatun sar of tle trla frecuntcl- clenotnciltg
l after ll9t u the judge and the witnesses as liars.
with our democratic assoclaros ofi the
siub-comoiltteo.and all theo nenilrs ,f -The murder of the ituiyiaan consall
ilie finance conmlttco. It Is. liowevor at Monasiir has cnnipllcnated tho llnl
our'purpose to hav6 I bill In rcallnne Is kan situation. The czar has dentan I
for presentation to the senate at the ed the exemplary iiunishnmint of t.ic
beginning of the extra session. If tone mulirIlcrer ani also of all clvl and mil-
shall be called In October or Noveni- Itnry officers at Moiamilr.
her. We are hopeful that a bill can bo -[Dr. J. W. Lee,, lMoihdllt minit i.r
agreed upon and reported that will and pastor of a St. Louis church, ri-ll
receive the approval of both houses of cuiles high church views of Eplirop.-t
congress and afford prompt and flt- lHans.
clont relief to the buslnea interests -The Atlanta board of health wi;l
of the whole country." hear I te .nlrvnynn nn,.,,ii, Ih ntl


A New York special says: The long
expected announcement that the Sea-
board Air Line had passed at least
practically luto new hands, was made
Wcdnocday by Ladenberg, Thalman &'
Company, who Issued a statement,
showing that interests representing
the Rock Island and bt: Louis and San
Francisco had secured representation
in the Seaboard directorate and board
of voting trustees. The official state-
ment was as follows.
"ladenberg, Thalman & Company
announce that they have completed
negotiations whereby new and impor-
iant Interests have become Identifiod
with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
Company. D. F. Yoakum and 11. Clay
Plerco and D. F. Gulnness, of Laden-
berg. Thalman & Company, and Olk-
leigh Thorne, president of the North
American Trust Company, have been
elected voting trustees of tho Sea.
Loard.
"Presldent John Skolton Williams
also anno,/nce that B. F. Yoakum, H.
Clay Pierce, Okloigh Th'orno and S. I.
Vanvorst have been elected directors
of tfle Seaboard Air Line railway.
"The change of personnel of voting
trustees of the stock of the Seaboard
Air Line Company does not mean the
purchase of tho company by Rolck I-
land or '~Frisco Interests, although the
'rirlso lines second Into Dirmlnghlrnm
and are a part of their southern syb-
t'ni. It does, however, emphasize the
fact that all the great railway systems
are carrying out the policy of more
closely cementing the rinlway trans
portation Interests of the country.
which will greatly rotard, and. It Isl
hoped, entirely prevent demorallzallon
of the whole situation, or the unnec,;-
sary construction and duplication 'i
.property.
"Attention is called to the fact lthat
with the disconlinunnce of any fourth r
construction by the Seaboard Air Lino
the valie of the properties are groativ
onhanced. And another gratifying
fact at tlis tlnte, anti which is further
evidence of the future disposition o1
the railways of the United States. I-s
that this deal does not call for any
financing or any supplying of new
mn iiey."
One of the voting trustees, when
askedl to state the real significance of
th(, deal, said that it meant a betterr
unlerstandlng among Interests that
have at various times conflicted."
The policy of lie Seaboard Air Iino
for a lung time was one of absolute i>I
dlelntldcutc. so niucli so as to mike it
at limes Inilmical to the Intereots of ul,
posing roads traversing adjacent to-
rltory. Wcdnesdny's developments. It
1i thouglit, will do away with sn'i:1
frojible in tlie future.
Tho Sflaboardl Air Line Railway
Company, operating 2.611 illes of
irotl. was forniod uuder thie laws of
Virgilna In 1900D. o succeed the o0ll
RIlihmond, Ptecrsburg and Carolina
rallroat. Th csystent now extenlla
from Ilunlmtond, Va., to Tampa, Ilu.
wii. r(coniil('tlns extel lling west to
Monl)goni)ryc and to Birmingham by
way of Atlanta, and east to Charleston,
'WIlmington and Norfolk. Under a
traffle angrement with the Pennsylva-
nla railroad, a through passenger and
freight service Is maintained between
Waslingon and New York.
The Seaboard's branch from Coal
City Into Birmingham, Ala.. 30 miles,
has boon under construction since eir-
ly In the year, and Is nearing comple-
tion Trains will le running into Bir-
mlngham not later .than next January.
The Seaboard's Georgia branch from
Rockmart to Atlanta, 48 miles, Is un-
der construction and will be complet-
ed In seven or eight months. The d's-
tanco between Rockmart and Coal
City, 88 miles, covered by the Sea-
board's East and West road, Is now
operated.
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ANTI-FLOGGING RESOLUTION.

Georgia Senate Goes on Record
Against Whipping of Women.
Just before adjournment Wednesday
the Georgia state senate passed a reso-
Intloit condemning whipping of women
convlIrts.
The bill creating a stato board ct
health was also passed, as was the bill
to make an appropriation of $6,000 lor
the Winnie Davis memorial.
The additional appropriation to the
Soldiers' loene was also authorized.
Several other local bills of a minor na-
ture were Dassed

HILL'S ASSESSMENT RAISED.

Personal Property of St. Paul Million-


BIG RAILROAD DEAL


Seaboard System Scooped by
Rock Island ard 'Frisco,



ANNOUNCED IN GOTHAM


Grand Total .illeage of the Systems
Now Combined Is 13,987-Deal
Means a More Harmonious
Understanding by Roads.




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"Bicticausi yout i aml lih:'i, \lm;,m ." '. ii
tirtedn l lis falltai .l uur l l. '*' u :il hi
eliear ime, tloi'i : ii':" 11

line rd, niilt'lii li i ml ia Ily w aI.i fh u :'lii
counilig. Thil rgi rls -cii l. t i. I l i i
their fool; .ilal:i Ii.'ll, liI l I i .ii .
vnartlouii c'hiangi('. 1 rolihr, m \\hl-i liii i ,
settled Into al :Igr it'.'-4l\ v ril'.:; lii' I li I I .
boy broke intoIi Iing whi: l ,i ih. o II
wV dlterlnti'iit.
"W11ill, yolu iii.v l 'i\ ii.' Iil.hi
Bllll tMr. SPtiylow\ .sI i-11iily. I
W illouglllh y u-' g '1i' Illtii'gh rl ,l:illy III
bilu for n nmol i il, Ih i -i .17.i.-a iin '-I,.,
if tolnit anidl vian1111.1 lHe l in l b l IIn i
ilipt In Ills rntl ,rl.'a \;y i t'. iim ri il!uml
ed him of xaiit IIlliui.i i.g',g olltahii huli'r '1u -:
-s nuiltac'ii, C'lof'uly .' is- iov:ltl l with ll
tingling 'r colle'tlon id' "i ailrali. i q I. ii 1
Went. i
"Hie iaICt111 it." ha.- i: liii 'l : ldh II1:l I ,. "
Slipped aiwny: "yI', I 'am nr r' IIe aimeailt i
It! What's ( a l hni i liaii."
Sanylow \'i s 1101 nI iolt iiih i ,imi: l'i;:nL iI
as lip foll'e l ii n:mii ,ahi; .|a illa iI I.- I, 1
depi n i-t. A tlih i. iii ;ni 1/.< i 1 iil:iii. \i m: i I
iUlich g rny lal l Hi li t 11 rila I )1'i :. .i ;ii
stra gg iling lI'.'itl. Hoi' ii alat ; ml iit .l
from rhias' li lli ili.ii i ,I l. i-, i -l. .r'i !
tli 're w l air :ii i ll 11 ir ')' plih -i, .il h i
Ilt si aill t lll lll 111, III I ll Ri l ll'll I I I 'l 1
his portly in. ii' ;n1 1 hi'-Ull inll: *I ti- l

lint his u.t inlly l I .1 : i iy I *' -a
w rinl'l led I0 niIIl l li -'4 \\111111 I 1' l ir-
petl i l a illi tf .n il nlli 1i .. I i i.
qulte tiir i i'. li 'e i-I.lp II l \\h ilhl ll
lan dl ua l ti' l ll olr i oli ;ain I Ii.I ;. i 1 '
croly atI .Iiiali "\' aii lih :il 'l i.' I l' i
91itil tl h (in. .lin-i-
i h, (i lle ( >.lll:ll u l ll.- 1111, :.; I lll

In t'h' p aI i'c i ill, IrI 11 .i 11 1.111 11
ni-la-i''lan Illelt: \\mm'it ;fli'h a f:alaahl';-\\,i .ll i

weI'r uIIni uor'-iv'il.
Thli c l reP 1' .ls ill til .1 iiJ li al 1 1. Iha I
forllt. IV1 it111.r hiiltha i." a t lit' 1" '
ga il, r. ii ll, l l ji jI|r'-.Pi" i y "1I '1111 ,
I'Oul ilih r I l i ;H I inll. 111 i'l alIb i nI h l'- I'
I thought it I-ciliat t)i say a hihhig -
reply. ior tii ai li i i : i iiin iii. 'l'i I
w ill tl l' no Il.'l iiai 'li m-m' .hi :ill !', l ',
I hliv 11 ililui t al. 1 A. ll 11 alml:. 1 1 ii'Y
Edgmli r; n li i tiii a ii,. i 'r h I vn W fl: ..
oi ttru fao l {li li-i l %'. \Ca i .t l "p..'
Tell' llo.u;-hlly. 11 -1 i .it i t ia 1
"O f coi rs, i" ill u i .*,h a rli-k l 1 1 I
lncw wo \laoilil nitil hl l lhii .. 1.' I
got tlin lnu ht ull a .,,Iy."
Trips to I hi hi! .L1, h1 1' IIt l's 11' i
the town. l l, 1:i, 1 n ii t 1111w.-klly uti, Il-
TOncei. Alfrll hI:ill tat dli\vii to ii lii i'
ly mnild-dliy inme:il so Irl' tli' ily I iln hI
could scarcely re' iiinilt .- llt I 11iiu lnl'
'And tLhse wO auls l Imul I a1 oea-'.isiI
or tryluig thluigilt.
"It cannot t golI OI." lh h11llda :, hl t.1 hiu11
reolcf gaii n anitl l'il "I I ill it '
what Julin Is thlikinlig of. It Is a Inll i; .
pllen lve. Thlice iulll froni ii l' m6 illt A.
soltti iiang enorilmous ni al ithey i-geI
l tonts mal cuiill to Irw h-cl t ii uti l IIl.r-

anytnhing- l'thy n rijoy ihlii'all\v i'(,. I
suppose-blut ulin t ildu kinow I't
ter. Shie tla so Ithrifty lit simniil wiy'-
nnd so inmprovidc-lit in oel hl ; 1. I IDi )i.' 1
uinderlsiiand It. ;ii ii '' lillL' t of
babit of Iliidtl g f iilt l t hilih nl' am;iml I
don't kiiow whint to in:iy. I '.hll i '.
my self-.touli'rol O)iir tday; I hinowv I
sho I1."
A id i lind. Ni o oni l.il hi' i t'",\ I,.
volcano s olUOtII] in'l'iul' urniuhr u' llt' aI ll1
'IJon-it was bui lin' lil- a-C l.' I' hih
oi ateln from ih' sa. "il' y \t:i' 11 il'
boltir of I murcxlina n',iI tilail. imaix s ati
and worrled nadi sithili-il li;tinig Ii
gi \o ollnit' lti hnd lilag I.*
itiylow mtte.dlt tlo it Isliii''i, ih.il
inior'lng with n ta .-'alii fCltaliia i"f lx-
ilted cnDaapt'lnlon, lln hld l li:t'hu ii5h
himself. lie lanal ailt inhinla'a'l ti I'
aO ca'OsS. bill his volm .- halt ;tail lh'
different from wlani lit' niii'iuti it .iili
ill. thlicy laind s.iih i llihiiur, iiail II
would bI nil rigllt ly li linipr liituat. "ii
lie would ext'Lr lalniSl'IC to haI vt i)
picarnnnt.
"Going?" querical \illhiuhity. 1 i
great iaholliiainoi, hlieni lie- wii lnotl -
fled. "Why, flathlla'r .iltI i'r ronlilil ."
"Mat l i s ya we" nt'. al u mh t1ail I i''
om." annswcredl Vi. 'lhI' dllin't Iam .Ia
atytnliing. I-urry mnp, \ViII. alud go tO u r


to Epclgr's."
"The Ioy shook Isla lhil1 dtlialolha~Yv,
"I don't know bout tlilj." I 1' i.ilal. i'nll-
tlously. "He did mclan Ii. l'cy say
pa'p awful In the oflice m' wlie hI gets
mcros."--
"Oh. come on," laIghedl his sister:
"he Is a dear, linrmilss old thiig,. nnd
will be all right by to-night. Hun
along. We are golng to i1lh to-ldny.
y(Io know. The wlu4 it Just right."
'"Tell Mr. Saylow ih;tlt we will fia
back, about six o'clock." enlhltd .lulia
to her muid, as they drove lwnly ii
style blind a pair ot grays. "Glve,
Slai a uod lpnrb. Margari 't."
"It '.t Ids n eily day. I nalmnst wlali
11 ll $~1~ 0" sighed Alfrled, as hi
t it.~t, "il had
hao- to kisI


n T K


oit or n11111 l il lS hl' t'- lit'l
liomit'B. lb. i'll rilh' l.:Tl;. 1 1111I i
M r. l.ao\i i- l:1l -la'Ii' i -ti. hilti .a. Iwl. ha
look naft'r tlai- u ll r -'irl h:il a g-
a.la l milld h ily i. il Ili\'l 'I 1 1"'a
co iuforint-ll bl l'P I 1 <1ill' (Al Ru Is I-
mnornillgi iii a g t li'- l iii. miat i1 'lI .'l 'i
o til v'i'ry'l'li'i.L l i 1 i i hl a t'1
I lig. I hlia% sei.nl b l l Hs a i s i a stl l.
telld to a:nd I i l'I I I I' ar ll'l.' t t lc;i',
uayiolf."
Saylow sat by ,luln't l'iL fCn a" lo:'
lilae," holding hi'r- lain il hin 7J.i ipy ilnt'I .
She was very iwe'ak aid glIlnd to imy.
Alfred, a carpenter and a iiko nnlltIl
weTe busily etlgagd frolm even
o'clock autih lli"e. Mtiagle wll rlecol'-
erpi Immediately nail ieni''. p. r-
chasedi tllhlt IentrR wu nttli't was iiP,
0bWt sh qb1e b as ,t in cnt to t lIImt
,7I. i. .;. j a'. '-W.,>.*-t .


THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS.


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li .sii l liarr' >.ilhillt la' I ib't a' l'him .-
il., i.,, x fuhll ul I ltii'. 'Ili i li I' F inol
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I i .i l' l .. li llI l1 .lll : i II'.
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Jhi l ll 'l III I',, hl-l: "

II, III i ';i ;i. Ih iii ia ih ial h Siit) II l1.
"i.llil] !:" ;l MIi'llll1 I. ilMtlln il l lllll yll .

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1,il 1ill It a i' ua l\ a t lat' ill Ih-'
liti' lilt, ha f li i, -% -',1 'i m i 1 llt. il h .I'

I lain hli Ii- -i1 i :th li I i''lt hat
it' l,i '. ia :,lm rItalim'. i-a 'a iu i alr ~r '
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l,.it rI m '1' l\ l', i r

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cii', u ; t m ai ts Ii aii t 'h, 1ht I-
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alii ilhm il-. T i,. a t i a-I a li-. ii l, i',
'ilm,,thi ;i r-ll i'gi u i a. ih-l t' i',.li ni l '
or hi< liln' l \ it 'l.r u s' ti l ;. .l" .
1,.. l"1 i i ;l i-,w11 Iu l I. "l 'l'.V
t ly I- I h '< I .'' 1 I ri"." h I; '


A o.t a almted li(sgua'tcd
t With life bIl- nI iu?
Swill t.l you i WunOilm ul Irik,
Thnat Will briing oni 'u.lii iit
I. If lunltliaing DO son tl linlg |,or1 rilul..,l\ l ii ].,
Do Soniaithing f,1 >'- .. d i.iii.i


(


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a"Ye," snlm Jnuli, ns slie went up the
atels Ilie lixt' il 'a oni her lhuna1ban'
nrini. "we v.'tri very vioiinoi'liraii nt the
inut'l. liut iiflir n'il, Alfri'il Iia'r., Ihbcru
Is luitllini lilic tlir ut rililfu'l'st to' ollt'"
ownl lOilnU. W14y. w.it' li tila Iin hlie
cortier'l"

ier'kly -. "I L .hadl i liii l I1 Io I I 11 illl
tl-ni I f f lll e iluoi I'lniy Pquelikt'ild,
yl'( lit llO 11nd ta lit IOrk Iln-et'h-dl \11e'anld
illg"
"Y\'H, llt'ry- did." t ai h li\'l wifet. Tin'm
gilll tl'i ilonii."-Nevw York Ne'i's.

IMPROVING SMALL HOMES.-.
lovieleint to i'roalloi then Materll As-
p(lee orf tomie Llft.
T'lie Amirlel:In Institute flor Son't 11
SI'-rviC'Ji laiis alin ii 'd1 iIh'l'glat('s to jittl tl
lihi illil'le ilo)ll lni i Ilis tlni conr'ollr' H,.
whlliI Isn l Ii I lie eld 11n PI'iIr. from .l11ly
to No Is to nrl'riv it tint IthSIt lliins for unnlk-
In. lit l liolnes of ti' \'iworllli;g lie'tilte.
litre espiect-'l lly tint' iotlrt l r i'll.-si's.
iitImor lnitl illhifi. c'noi\'n ilih iilll til ttrl'tt-
Ive withmit t ImptimimnE Nvir-Im ailitlouil
Iilla'llin S ( t Ihl' ati'ilanlllis. It In s ex-


liiilll in l illi ti r lIil', \Vw rkin l. i. 11t .. tle
h'il lllt rl. ll I I lt' lillt, fle I hilatilikrioll ist
1lir Il1,* lllllll '/lllll flnn S111t loviq'lit-
aiiiid hlll anoi' liinl \nialnl Sn l ite lgo 'er i-
iic'nlll. wil l lii'. riii e' t 'lt. I i liali etontl liti

'n ill.' iiaia gil oi'-pn' liIiiI .Ie.1 alr lt,,ll
n litt-i. will L- rtevilewedi niail tinni, l


or l. M i11 ali. 'ool' i-'nii'llill r ii'lillt lli
11041 ovel.rr rsilol l st' l b s lIb I low'.

Ih, I' .ll ii- 1 i 0111 il-t llo) i Ihninll# I WOe -

lif lily- i llli' 11 iii 11111 i I l i \ll-L: iril. Ihuit
I 0i l' l aI l l (--ii'lii. T e' l ili t\\'11 '-l 11" |ii ll.

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Of il-ht 1 il ri lia ilms | ilii lt l' w' ilild tc ilia,
o iih w i rl'aI iii lllii. Ih tiaro l. l nil.


IIll h Ill 'l'r1 h lil'tllli'l Ir lnil Ii' l' i 'Ill ulie-
i.n nliii rl iiniihii i lnei I tl' \ ltWi- 1llun HII
Hi t li of n tl11i l liy' 11 r prii ll o l aii oIW 't
il l 'riii liVll, i i llnit I nh iny ol. i I i iil -
IllY 'll c llie 11111'i i 'l'i fs lO 1r |inll" \lil11



all ti m\lll'l 111 111'ig III in'll r itt in

I \Yiii iqln i l ( Irir' 1.i r I ili I lri',lll iiC

At, lilie' :ll 'll t ian' gim)) 1-ial Ia'Ol'lllil t ,i1g
arwi ( ltintli'hl il I ton llil |itriir d o lt'Ili




lit il'Nlihii, hilhtle li.l' ll orit' aar. ,) ta Je t i' !
i w rlal. iet th: irl.a Is s .|oi' fir lie'iii t
riii( 1~i e R \'II 11lltv thiliin'htr q-II>\lr'I n-


lil til.s of (: very lal (ll.isr ofll A i t-11
ui'll, wo l ihg peoll iliti alnlill I hS.al d l l ots




ll', i i' es il l Olfil ll than e wii ltie, loniIr gle~
ti< i (or oalielfil i' nii. ilc o'iI <11 ) i tiit Cill
t piiroii iiiltin'j i niAii l l oriler, to give '

iA Il'll i lle h lilioill g '- lti In thlx lliet


Iir:11t. 11d 1iolp nm i i nl, i ly IIIIli s lieln
iia lili lin. Iprovl nt of tl l ity l li ti'l lil
SI-lrals of lmime life. nit. mai ni err o c


tlr'l nlll ai l 1 h111i1a'iio l, Ii a tII 11 a 11 lif ill-
11: oil ill' pie. Iti c', <;in lie grtI'Iea'll

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0il' lolwv .vi.m on tli' h ln' wnndl lbioiiinl



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hllourmi' ill tifll Ir I UIrlll'ly- If r. W\'hi'
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ahlrtal.d, we ll giraniid, lwnmtl s nilunt-
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work r., lS'li' fi tlhin atin wIm ilflii'li
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hIs f rt nl n.llr i'll I lii l wi h 1lilt('h
lie 'tnrtkdl ll riHmI-er w:on ?i0. Iri2l ,0ll
him ily i flia e llr. Ir Aiii'r ho lio ilr
hIstrc'p biy a detil or lianriry. 'li
Pirlitnis of Wnlpr. t1 i c.helralit (i o Qu'ie
Vl ctor'ai JnltIlel.. It ilarltel n tid tIn
give 1hinilnr's to lit\ Oulia.'pt pli'or or
L loond j. The fmrilo--. Thitilic hPriinteI
an uniknownIi tloCiar glatra' It 5','lJ0
n($lt'7,( ." Itnnihi- hli l t fItir an Wlth
that iIillil Vam Wilal'lorf Antlor wai h li
'rho rerougnlzt.ed liuw liard It Is for n
hangry Imah 10 rejoice, tOlel 1t Ills
Qven'it' j llllcaP. 1t Itiiaed outt lint
'Ipton gaive il b. nmw. The PrInessp
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A'I11 WATIlI TOWIBH I TIIR NILW WIBT-
INOiiouanS \vOllnii IN O.NI)ON.

slinpported on rn'tuiila ilincs, lc. Ad taiihe
ixtreono li'lliht of lilI tiowier II 210
feetl. Thu tlhrne I lligill gi darts are
Hsllilhaiu l II I oIlilpplrl, nlid tlIley, toir tlier
with1li (hl frlniiniaan Ia tll lic nitd holding
iliten, foril iho h xtroliilit Iilp portlon Of
tlih towe'r, aiiid nar frei lit revolvcn
will thli wIlildl. Olunlrle lito tower at
lligh (itf sti 'rl Is ftilx Inallli>g from
tlie grotiunl Initir tlirluigh iin' of( tlie first
lh1or pi aitl l, n 11il liiuidlni I tipoll i lnlt-
fillarni, iiIppori o y I Ithet pi11ii' linl'llnf
it ll0o1 InM ianild bliy a u si l I-illt liboe
rlii 'lrcl t In ilillrna'l 'r liI Ilit ltlhh r iend.
'h'lils tillm INt hiill i I Iit (li tl'rel of( tlhe
iiwmr, from tilie grolll I'evel to the
iiilerlhii'nit lr Ie lower i l wlaiin tk, a
liclilit oI 142 fret. I'rolli i li i pla fori ,
anid fixei'd round tlc colir tllil'e. rinsls a
Hpirnl sHtiilrlnsa.t con'strtleil of 187
Irpnld it il imnlllaniuil ningl with a
iot'ilnl pintforii', 127 fi'el ailiopr. The
t\vIo wotar linls ;c tali tlo ll plantforma
111 lin iu i I\ilaInty-foI'iir fe11el 1 iltlln C-lr Raod
hlxal-fi .'q a i a il I. Thicy nrI' plin'cd Oto
IilIvt' hi il- lllS nl'. 'I'Thei u'nlii11ty of r ich
anlik In 27. l(H g111uli"i., <'-ill1aiiig 122
Io ls of I'villr' ll.

Ne-w i'prlnliicln (li Ilniller.
AItm i"Iil1lih I{rii li i lr- tight out gIn
aii 'iaia 'i lutlum In po tili il aih liolleru,
ll nl'f w'lilal IN illi lr a i'il'i litrtwiltt.
'I'ila raflitalr laami oit Iioa htller Is sitn-

plhil' it nn itf-riiai ilil. anntil, occipyling
Ililt nIi lir, 11 iii anl i' i ardhily i tlled fu
liiy pIiu't of Ill Ilho)ll In II( l r liilloVP In
ii f\v Iii iann'lHi whin I lnot required.
*i'lie Ihailia-r Ii illronigly aiiniid with an
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Flshat BauwrdillI to sl.Mi, and aI
Internal coppe'r iholt'r thincd l InsWlde.
The bent for IImIliK igthe water is obt.'
talked Iby niPnlH (of it PoWerful attfm l qR
plnerle giH nitanin'r. A copper eqdo"ei,
e*r Is pnrvllbtil, innl tfli eating a tll .
well vr'nt1ill il. Hr)t llt the necedlltli
for iI chliii nv to i onvey away tie
Mletnin lll iid g is fnics dlipenlinid swjlb
Cinntatllity
It tikes thre-o generatiloun to mankH a
gi'iatl'innn, etperlnlly If oGun works at
It only wlleti one In out In conpininly.
T'lireo generations Is an lony w iife, mad
ancordlgly tliii procrlm In ofter Lar-
rested with the completion o f a geltt,
it least In lleh Uhlltlh Stiliates.
Tite is money, inlit *\t takes more
,tonr to lmake an g'Itlprinn Iln some
meoani of thi country thabn in other&

A lmenerr Tlairt.e
Tbo country irri uof MllhoInrl Ilsfl4l ',
ciuslug n turkey t'L'lo.kh It ha t lg, -
Into the sancnimui of the cilltor'oft i
I'liIant Ii liL 1 paper. Mlllit .AIns :i
linyis e ro ugt It. It hLn n itO-
thit.-n blls, six .th l, dix wg i oturh
fNeit. '
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A tarumc o0n Mtl Isluacd hliu a llN a4
with 4 o egg.s of cou.t
wi el CW '".ci'4edlar' to oeaco
this remarraler


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II1 .II,' Ii i.. '' *. ,'liiii:i For Automot ile Acco.nmodat n.i
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WATER TOWER

It Has Just Deen erected at Manches.
t r, Enjland.
Tlio ferielon of in wneir tower frA
i l1i Hltli slhi \V.'llW lonlatgo Elrctrlc and
111111fiiiufn rluK ('Qlllilanny'a Worki. at
liini l'it erti, in jut iit liCe n conmpleted.
'1'111s litnltilling, of w'icIh wUe give an
Illiusrntilon, IJI consitructeil niilnly of
IHtrrl, lt' iil it lifly prloporltio l form i
riil.iii('llials a liauilillna. k for u1' ny mile
roillllnl line woirl;N.
'T'lri Inwr (wlilhl. hlliH li('In eOllnstrnict.
eil for thn' lti' riao.eo if Uilior lngf two
ir'go tanln roir lli Nil'ogp or of Inlrgp
violimiie or w1iIr ii iiid!r er icoiia b11nn lil 1.
pr sltlr 1)- Is hlia oil wri hi,' Pou tirlti
IlnilIt oft the I rotitdl a of I t(t 'w' orks. fnr
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e il l A Star, WATTERS0N lb HOPEFUL. STATE PRESS cuLiPPINs. C.LMI .S 4,4f, 4 4 4 *4 4' -
"I' ellal ib-A-Wek sar, "Democratic prospects are better Good roads are never an ex- I
0,. B. GODWIN, than they have been for iiiany pense, but are money savers.- Ve H ave
rditor an Proprlitor. years," ays Mr. Watterson, of the Chipley Banner. H
Louilville Courier Journal, **it I IP Stock, and are .constantly receiv-
$ptered April 28, t (ainesville, right kind of man is named for The good roads question is as- ing O-dat Shoes rMen, T E PL CE
e., sscond-class latter, .lrAct of president and a proper platform is suming a more encouraging aspect n men and Chilren, at ppu r I THP AC$
SCogres of March 3, ) constructed on which he shallstand. Jn St. Johns county.-St. Augus- Women and Children, at popular
Published every Tuesd an. Friday, President Roosevelt, who seems al tiue Recoid. prices and of the best makes.. r-
i aPt 1.00 a year hl a.anCte. most certain of beiug nominated by -- T
; Cents for Six Months, the Republicans, has seriously an- Evidently the widow of the late FTE
25 Cents for Three Months. tagonized the very element of Ilis Senator Davis wanted a doll or she r C I
SADV"I.RTlN. RATIs. party which was most influential il, would not have married a man of Particular attention to the Ladies
Local Readers il revere type, 5 cents securing the nomination and re- that name -DeLand Record. P"Brockort" and Mens "All Amer- AB
m.. aline for each Insertion. nomination of William McKiney.. Brockport and N ens"All Amer-
S'. pace for display alverti.isements prices His jumping jack performances in Some of the candidates for the lca" and "Walk Over" grades. '
on application." the treatment of financial questions Governorship stand about as much Ds W R -TH o
have caused the moneyed inen of chance of being elected as Bryan J. D M atheson,
S n exchange says "We don't the county to lose confidence in does of being President.-Lake- D Mh1
ear much alhot Jaies Broonie of hm, and I shall not be surprised if land Sun. 0 e nd L 1 I tl. h, nineille, FI.
ate." Never uiniil, ,brother, you many of tliem openly oppose hi- .
will hear about Broome when the retention it power, T&.e Holloway boom seems to be W _3 --
Little for real Eweeping comes. q* ,I, ,, 1* 4-A*I*ow
time for real sweeping comes. "What kind of a man should the discernable with the naked, eye, in
Sa t democrats nominate? spite of the smoke arising from -- -
Soite iin affirm tha and epapery "There is a feeling in many sec- others in that section.-Palatka
advertising don't pay, and yet they Ties-Hrald.
like to see their business mentioned to that while no one who has Timnes-Hrald. I
been affiliated with the Confederacy F
the papers.^r. Why do tDey wn I E
in me ntpayn yios of their busi- should be placed at the head of the There were several surprises in AN
unpaying mentions of their busi- national ticket, one should be the last State democratic primary &
ess in te paprsamed who can carry the solid election for the nomination of State You need IC and you have it. There is ICtE,' "
S" The people of Gainesville and South, Maryland, West Virginia, officers. There are going to be --t
Alaohua county will dislike to give New York, New Jersey and Co1n- several ,ore surprises about this and IC but the I CE that l. -its the slowest is the I ,l
up Hon. W. M. Holloway and his necticut. That would, of course, time next year.-DeSoto County that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is the S
excellent family, even for a few insure his election. I do not think News.
S years, but Gainesville's loss will be it safe to predict the name of the -- manufactured by the
Tallahassee's gain. -- candidate for the presidency any Arid John Beard 'is still writing Success Ice Com pany, 1" 1 0 A
more than it would be to prophecy .letters to the Governor. If JohnIce C, C"i
S There is one desirable quality the winner of next year's Derby." would invest as much cash in ad- GlAI NE YILlB, liffA.,
that is possessed alike by Stockton vertising as he does in stamps his T
theand Bares, aaId that is, the happy
and Barrs, and that the happy One of the reasons why people chances of election to some office And which is delivered anywhere and in any quantitiie:-. A
facty that both those met are surprised when they visit might be imnproved.--Palatka W E SO LI IT.
en have for saying something Gaineville for the first time is be- Times-Herald. W E S LICIT +
w hen they talk. When the cainm-
a lhgn opes up iWn dead earnest cause our merchants and other bus A trial that we may U
aign opens up men d a seller amount of Southern newspapers who are A trial order that we may convince you
ee eatlemen wll talka lttle advertising than do the same class making such a to do over the al- you that it pays to buy Ice that melts
and say a few things. of citizens in any other town the legend snub to General Miles forget slowly.
Mr. Glenn, superintendent of size of Gainesville in the South. the snnb he administered to Mr. .
.a cola of Duval county delivered When people in other sections of the Davis when that unfortunate man W e W ill
.:a prctical and convincing speech State and in other states, see the was a prisoner in his charge at lI I
Sin favor of the consolidation of Gainesville papers, and find thai Fortress Mouroe.-Pensacola News. Deliver Ice at your door if you live in tile
o'' hools when he met with the con- only a very few business men ad. city, and ship it to you if ou live on any
mention of school officials here Last vertise In them, they naturally sup The fine plantation of John G. transportation Co's line.
v on of school officials here last transportation s line.
S8 saturday, and those who leard lim, pose that there are but a few busi- Collins, afew miles east of Talla- transportation
.*and were not already In favor ofness men here, and then when they hassee, consisting of about 800,000 S c s Comr n.n.. --.. .I.E 18
a' t a system, are now heartily in come to Gainesville they are sur- acres df most excellent land, was Success Ice ESTABLISHED 8.
f.Bi..or of the consolidation plan. praised to find themselves io quite a on Tuesday purchased by a syndi- W HE TON ge H. D UT T ON & (
."j city, and one of beauty. Our bus- cate, and will be used for growing J. W HV STON, Manager,
After all, is not all the talk that iness men (as a rule) a e certainly fine Sumatra tobacco.-West Palm
has been indulged In about Bryan very poor advertisers. Beach Tropical Sun. Gainesville, -lorida. CottOl Departm ent, AIN
:: coming to Florida to electioneer for -
Jennings a lot of foolishness? Mr. It is said that Hon. Chas The politicians of the State are .. -
Bryan is no man's fool, and, while Dougherty will be a candidate fo, doing a lot of howling just now, llN S liCB id 1 a I
he might be induced to come to Congress from the Second district, and are fixing up how next sum-
11 lorida to help win a democratic and it is also said that he is being ines's primary should end. The In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quani
I.. victory, he is not small enough to brought out as the only man whl people it the meantime are not be-
b.t worked in here to engage in a can beat Barrs. Mr. Dougherty i. iug consultell. They will have a Advances made. Warehouse charges free
Srougb and tumble fight among said to be nr affable gentlemant ai say, ho ever, w lt tiic conles ade by letter or wire solicit
democrats. fluent speaker. but it will take to vote.-lI)cLand Reconld. il Corresondence
":. -----..'------- more than aflibility and oratory to ,
Reports from Columbia county defeat Barrs. It must be remeni Dural county has a new solicitor -- -T- A1@5C
Sareto the effect that the temperance bered that affibility and oratory is of the criminal l court, and lhe is e e in THE ALAC A ESTABI RA COM
Campaign over there is progressing some of Barrs' stock in trade, and proving the trutit of the old saying take pleasure in
nicely, and that the temperance ad- then he has something else, you about the new broom. The sa- announcing that we have -r, a.ne ville ,Fori ,..
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vocates have only Lake City to
fear. If the voters who are inter-
ested in the real prosperity of the
town and its schools are wise, they
will join with the voters in the
rural districts and vote the suloons
out of Columbia countui A dry
town for a school town, gentleenin.
A Michigan editor has discovered
that the Bible justifies a conitinu.
ance of the use of tobacco after tihe
habit has once been acquired. This
will be news to some of our readers,
and at first they will be inclined to
doubt it, but any of the doubting
ones may have all doubts on tlhe
subject removed by turning to tihe
eleventh verse of the last chapter
of Revelations, and reading just
ten words, beginning within the tenth
word in the verse.
A man who has itdone for Jackson-
ville what J. M. Itars has done
since that that city hionorecd itself
by making hiin city attorney,
would make an ideal Congr'es'uiian,
and the very fact that he is being
vigorously opposed by that element
--ever powerful in Florida politics
-who seem determined to pay less
than their just litolti)tionl of taxes,
should make tlie rltnses who pay
much in proportion tIo wlatn they
possess, rally to his suppEort.

There is a probability ithat (,,.
ernor Durbin of Indiana. will ;Igaint
have a requisitiQn issued on hliun I
Governor Beckham of Kentumck
for the surrender of Ex-Govern:uor
Taylor, who is charged with being
implicated in the muieder of Gov.
Goebel. It will be remembered
That Taylor fled from Kentucky to
Indiana after Goebel was murdered,
,il Governor Durbin refused to
I ora requisition froi, the gov-
Spf. Kentucky asking for Tay-
loi't Uvery to the Keuitucky aun
thoditI. Xt is quite probable that
reqtuisition would not yet be hon.
Sied by 'rnuor Durbhin, amd
,,ubt'ei 'oe ? Blou4cky

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know. If the Volusia county press loons of Jacksonville were actually
wants to boost some candidate foi closed up tight last Sunday-the
Congress other than Barrs, what'-, first time in many years, we dare
the matter with clever Jim Alex- .sseC t-stuch a condition has exist-
auler, who was one among the first ecl.-Madison New Enterprise.
candidates to announce for the
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place?

One of the strongest things
imaginable is that opinion, which
some Florida editors claim to hold,
that Jennings' candidacy would
take more votes from Stockton
than from Taliaferro. Certainly
Stockton is the candidate oi the
masses, and certainly the support-
ers of Taliaferro and Jennings are
of the sanne kind, but, as a rule, of
a very different kind to those
lioiny-handed fellows who will go
their entire length for John Stock-
toil. Ti-H STAR predicts that
either Taliaferro or Jennings will
retire froni the field inside of thirty
days-possibly soon after tlhe
Punta Gorda picnic.

No man should enter the news
paper business without a good sup-
ply of cash or religion, and he
would do well to have plenty of
both. If he is short on cash lie will
have a hard time meeting his bills,
and if he is short on religion he'll
be almost sure to get to swearing
about the time cheap politicians
and little souled merchants do himii
the honor (?) to hand ini their ad-
vertisements and say: "Here, Mr.
Fdlitor, I thought I would hand you
tl0is as I thought you might like to
publish it as a matter of news."


I Li re are no potJUiII I cI actLUi 111
Manatee County, and we hope that
our people will not allow them-
selves to be led into the bitter con-
tentions which exist in many of the
counties of the State, and upon
which some of the candidates be-
Tore next year's primary will try to
ride into office.-Manatee River
Journal.

When a candidate for the presi-
dency in 1880, Gen. W. S. Han-
cock said that the tariff question
was purely a local one, and should
not be thrust into national politics.
He was laughed at by republicans
and blamed by democrats. The su-
gar planters of Louisiana and the
pineapple and tomato growers of
Florida, are vindicating the Han-
cock idea.-Daytona Gaz'te News.

Capt. \V. I.. Fosnot, of Weir
Park, was in the city Wednesday
ihaviug the finishing touches put on
the boiler work of his steamer, Del-
la. The steamer is almost ready for
business, and has been completely
overhauled. With a new dock at
the lake end of A. C. L. swich, and
a barge that will carry two car
loads he thinks he will be able to
care for the public in a satisfactory
maunner.-Ocala Banner.
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The publishers of Florida have
Consolidate the schools and furn- been "worked" by the office-seak-
ish transportation for those who ers until they are thoroughly dis-
live to,) far from the school build- gusted. Patience has ceased to be
ings to walk to and from school, a virtue, and from all sides mur-
and there will not be so many peo- uerings of the approaching storm
pie rushing into the cities and towns way be heard, -If these signs are
to educate their children while the to be believed, from henceforth
-farms and country hIoes are being politicians will pay for advertising
neglected. We ag ee with Supt. same as merchant. You are right,
Glenn, of Duval, 0Peottty, when lie brethren; you hiav been used as
saysa "The rush .noult .be from tools foTlo ihesp,,tt y, years, and
te city to tle dat.atq fMa' .p gea- it is hlgh ts* PY0*re uwasttg
itlon3, an ', ,no t *.i t.: l...tt ,.--
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just put in a new line of
Moulding and the latest
improved machinery for
making frames to order.
We expect to carry a full
line of mouldings and
frames and we invite
your inspection of same.
We do not think it
possible to produce more
artistic or finely finished
portraits than we do.
We want your trade and
if the best work and the
lowest price will secure
it we will have it.
Our Studio is always
open to visitors and we
invite your order in per-
son or by mail. Give us
a trial order at least.
Respectfully,
GARRITT ART CO.,
Rooms 1t rand 12,
SlirTer aom GeRiange,
Gainesville, Fla.


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| TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. All business given prompt and careful
TN Attention.
B. R. COLSON, Manager.



Sl n'ltnifTr Responsible Companies, .
S/ POINTSU Correctly Written Policies
Wrtl f nid Liberality of Contracts,
lwrthly of CosldtoPrompt Payment-of Losses
S We cover these important points and respectfully .A
Solicit a share of your business.

FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE.
AcG-ESTS FOR TE-E E
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i Tle "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contem-
plating the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line, from a
h box to a bank vattlt, will save money by consulting us. Infor- /
nation cheerfully furnished.- Callon or address .

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SGAINESVILLU, FLA.



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