<%BANNER%>
The Gainesville star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048582/00013
 Material Information
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 21, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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- .
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046228
oclc - 01446361
notis - AKN4160
lccn - sn 95047242
System ID: UF00048582:00013

Full Text


'''''a'~i(ER~ slI, .' .' ." ''
. I. -.


)dL~:'











r ft ----




-N TAF P.


THE


L JL W r .." .W imw ..-w




GAINE-VILLE


STAR


I Cj V .'ZD : 1:-:MC(::>E PQItA... T 3,, sMINT E I P rI9COPL I ZTE.Cl-B 8 QEr C-LTr "e- Laz Ij Mv


NO. 34.


flhlRTC


I


aug 4t


C Supt. 1,ur st ,
Co. Supt. 1'ui. 111st
......w vrutut e.4


Arnow i'romuoteu.
Moamuce Ar-" for a year or more ItIe
rey popular u.,i' efficient nall;ng clerk
n the post office here, has been pron.oted
the position of railway pos'-l clerk,
tan hias gone to Jacksonville to have n
un assigned h;nm.
Mr Arnow's numerous f. ends here
All regret him departed. from the post
flice here, but wvll be' a unit in congatn-
atiug him on his promotion. \V. T.
waters of K' -kwrod succeeds hini here

Distillery Burned.
The tu entiree distilleiy operattdl 1)
r. E. W. Mlllican, near Waldo, was
;onsu.ed by fire Saturday afternoon.
We Have not learned the exact cause
f the fire, but are told'that the still was
beingg operated when the accident oc-
:urred.
Damage to still and fixtures, anml the
nstuning of a quantity of spirits, rosin,
bl., etc., make Mr. Milhcan's loss
other hea\y.

Race Declared Off.
The race between the Shamrock and
reliance was declared off yesterday be-
ause the wind was too light, Many)
ousands of Americans and Englishmen
re witnesses to the beginning of the
test, and at first the Shamrock went
hed.of the Reliance, but when the race
8a called off the Reli'ance was in the
ad.,

To The Voters of Alachua County.
The Goeraor has very wisely decided
t to appoint a.tax assessor for this
u ntfl a choice has been made by
S olein a primary, or by their rep-
e- ftve lin the Democratic Executive
olat teea Realizing that I cannot
ve a personal meeting immediately
I'"n I hope to reich all through
Sitd~ian, I announce myself a can-
fl for taU assessor and will be grate-
.fo yei sUpport. -If elected, I will
alumaly each precinct so as to give
ttl aOppoitnnity of having an assesas-
t id'tte their homes, thereby
th a trip to ainesville. I will
oIP~t Mto p le the j ablic and
t'ry tspectflolly,
.l- 2 ,. J,. A. iBuoC..G. ,
,, ,:; k
7"' tA 1


forui mte hlieasinount of postage if it can
be intltall.
When in Florlia llie winter .Of 1897
anld 98 1 used five bottles of the twenty-
five tent si/,e and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once inore if 1 can get it.
1'ours truly,
J. W. IIAVNE^ 59q Hicks bt.
Sat-e of Florida,
County of Alticllnu,
City of Gainesville.
1'ersonally alppearedl Iefore the sub-
scribed, a Noitry public in aund for the
Suite of Iloritla, at large, S. II. Gildings,
who hueinlg duly, sworn by rne deposes and
says that the above testinonial was sent
to him Iy tmail by J. W. Haynes, a man
whom lie bha never seeu or heard of,
also that lie hall no knowledge of the
mani ever having used or procured the
Ut!paralleled H-air Grower, and as far as
ihe knows no one had inllueaiced hii to
senul it, and thLit the man has never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
Sworn to and subscribed before nie
this 12tih iay of November A. ). r902.
B. iI. [DINUSt Mb. D.
J. M. RIVKILB,
Notary Publuc for the State of Ilorida
at large.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua countyy :
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 thle office to the very best of my
ability, adti I molicit the support of all
voters at the polls.
Respectfully,
W. C. HAGUE.
---- .
Giddens' Unparalleled Hlair Grower
is all that its name implies. It cures
dandruff stops falling hair and produces
new hair. It is an excellent hair dresser.
For sale at S. B. Gidding's Drug ttore,
oaincsville, and the I'ostoffice Diug Store
High Springs.
If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dings Unparalleled I-air Grower For
sale by Dr. S. B. cildings, onainesville,
and the P'ostoflice Drug Store, High
Springs.


rTHE E TABLE LIFE
Asswrame Sdety of the
United Stats,
"'TRONGESTt IN TIH WORLtD,"
Tkames A tHhlynmS. II-cgS,
lu Jc o e ,-, w ,,
... Yog. ',a
l-1;-'^^1^. 7:


(I


p

c


t]
li
ft

t!
t


ARE MARRYING


AND PICNICING


News From the Western Reserve
-Marriage and Picnic.


il.. I lia UUUIl I U A QUiile th. ne o iManriage in l(aines-
YiWIe yesterday.

SEVERAL CASES v. reII -
U !or" t l,'. In'l ie- i, M is l)D ';el)ule]
-- w;. ,1 lin ii ,i nr ,i'e to M%'-. J H.
Trnuliv, Rev. %1 .. lots, junio: c li'.or
Before Acting Mayor MacArthur ,,n lu, -e. i. outhe, tt oultc. a":g.
and Justice Coluan. I Tt' tutu ,. 'W .I qui- t aI ntur, uin
was it ts.ili.e l.J ill.iy ijr MNIs Duke's
ul|most mtiiti f.- f tl unily ''ie family
SEVERAL CASES WERE TRIED.I, b t mi-it ut, te 1 ren su au de
I r,.\ i. Cu.,tIIuoi i atiul NMiss MIatide
-l)iuk :i. .l .is litit mian antd l dl y, and
Some S *..-ping, Throwing -he-e u s I ctut' aid nres-
SRocks, Etc.. One Ma i Sent i tll. ,. i1u it ,1 ,Ivel ig man M;'n
to the Gang. 1 Il itilhtsl .L* I Jacksonl lie, aid the
t i it- i, e lit. t i, t i tf I a'il accomplished
In the Mayor's court T',ue,-uy Ielnrt ,.lu, Ic a ot '1 atil lar :. S. V. )Duke, of
Davis was fiued $5 ansd co(s', ifr as.isaiilti tl ., t
Itug a negro .th a I uggy wLhipi, e At i, W. ., ,,, iittrl. ,' tr *ie na inge "'ie
also arraigned before Jun-u ce ( ,ii1i;ni i ai .,J.'. s'Ollig colIti i. v C l a 'i A-'a 1itic I
the sauie charge, ult the inte, it. i1i. ." t',(i,t | n in, 1 L i I'.t. c .
dismilssed IM'.a, \ Iive lonig .1 u I. i )protperous
In the mayor's courtL t. t lie nituie. l;,a t:,l I 1- I isi of tleir f 'eid ,
Holly W illia is, colored,. \s a Iiii tl -I .% li ahiI..m ti L -.i T.lki joins nu t hear-
aid costs by itcting llani r Mc.\ rtlit. r ,l u 'v
disorderly colsdu ct.
SMelley Senbev, .luli,rl..l, au l." ,r 1 Sup.l. u-illiams 1tome. I
and cos'i for disoridl 'I. I,t buiilnti: IluIt il j I NI J. tM iui of It l o.Ila
mayor afterwards rea lltted l uf lihe litei. SL'i nI11a1.,. ,i- re',u el fioni a p to
I.n Justice Coltila 's court \W iI! J.[,. I lII it, :.inlth I Flu. '.n, whleue ihe went
soun ws finedl $25 or sentenlcedl 1to theet I I tt t.t i'test of 1hre athool.
months In the arig for as.tluit. III \n C, i1 I* ; i'lluubs rcpI>jr: a sbucecssfil Lip,
convicted of assanlhing a iiutin \\ it .1 awl f leels lately over 'Ile school's pros- t
pitchfork, but ftie,1 to do alv\ I:li,nal e pct litt r the ltf iune. While absent he (
Falling to pay t'ie t2,5, JackhL-un t. ll wIa- I1t ('trla.i lo, and l:tlked w Iill i the bus- f
serve tree months in tlhe countty l.li.uti. ines mncn there, iandl 'ley are al111ost a
gang. Ullit it flavor of voting oit "'c saloo aIs
-Several times during yestenrny ay Ag11,. 'lie coutiy ws' once dry antd
crowd of colored people wt re gathered 'Ile people allowed the saloons to retui.i, b
abott Judge Colanan's office Ike black- aniil now they adnit LLat 'ie retin i of
.blrds around a rice stack, but nolthiiig tIhe sbaloonis ihas Iroug)t no good, but an
of special importance resulted. A few in tn.-et in e. nte.
-darkie were up for scrapping, thlrol.lg l- -
rocks, etc., a.id several were flue, It'ruin Ous Waters In It.
$5 to'$ro and costs. .;',s WaLters l hs ietn. eil I oni Ocala,
Prof. Guillams InTampa lhrc.e it-e s aqs I.tkc.t by thle United States f
Prof. iuus puJI n Oth;ties. on a chargeol sellingg whbisikeyv
Prof. J, M. (G illiantis, thile pop"'ar ,\4i withoutt licew,. a ,d whee he gave boild a
able president of East iFlo..llillt S 'tini i i ce tofh u, tl orU Ini appearance be-
t i' fas ii it.- iuii of f _u lor tIs appearance he-
is in the city for a faw (lays in the inter- oe te ,e te, an ry i Oc- e
eat or that progressive and gross\ ug it- t o a
atituiont. I'rof. W\illials is onte of 'le that ts is also
leading edtr .tors inu ie State a w l itus t t. 11, u r ieil to await the action i of tihe
flueeie has beeu vel, 1prcepltihle In the u,t. I tII' in Alacllth c lLy. ei ts Is fl
East Florida Setinitryv since he He-ceilcl ,gIr .I i '11 l le tu poluiciais, but he is
its presidency. The school is fast grow.- r
ing in favor throughout the State, Hinl d
nowhere more so ihan in I'TrPni)a.I. Pf. talk vs Action.
Guilliamus is being accorded a vceit cullitu- IS
elastic welc6ie and lie hs e e the s susult I ir (rog-.iSp Chi itinns.)
of a much larger attendance roin til,. I t.Ik of I lero's drk offenlsc,
point t1an ever heretofore. --Ti,;i i : \ 11 'i e IltidJ of i'llnocetlls,
Tiibune. \iniI i.: t'riT i pay ii ''cel:se fee. p
Notice of Teacher's Examination Iu'u n ..i simnlt mi to Za'zbha:,
lkcl .h, n. ,411 )b ilol III K u .o nui,
Beginning on Tuesday, September Nth, 1:Iit t cl.-i .it hli.lleC (;oil's nrlage t iiIr,
9go3, at eight o'clock a. m., and coiltilL- 11. ..ttl- tltl-(JL ltl ChrlStiLan t11n11.
ing for four days, an exauulinatiOlu of ap-
plicauts for Teachers' Certificates will lie lAIR UROWER.
held in Gainesville, I'ln. Itruoklyn N. Y, april 21, 49 '
The exanlinnti-t of tlie white nipli- li -~. I'I i,.;ll iing s.
,ants will be conducted in the Acailemnic lIear iir: J'
Hall of East Florlda Semiinary, andl thll ill ,ott kilt.ly tviforin mie by return
of the colored in IiUnioni Acadtlc-ny. in.Il if 01on C ani sciil yoI 1t ifty cent bot- r
SAn exaliunation iee of fI.oo will Ie tie of Ilmh (;roser thie Iuniparalleled
charged. (Trade Mark) and if so I will seud you o
W %I it ow.A. an ,tl note for tlihe sae Please in- I


Jes. Ilolter, a prominent uleichant of
Rochelle, was. transactiug business here
Tuesday.
. Rev. W. J. Carpenter drove out to Par-
adise and visited Rev. F. Al. Hartmuan,
Tuesday.
Mrs. W. T, Shands arid Mrs. F. M.
Cellon have been quite ill a few delays
this week.
Supt. Guilliami, of East Florida Semi-
lary has gone to RusAaellville, lui.. for a
three weeks stay.
Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Clonts are the
happy parents of a fine mon who arrived
at their home Tuesday.
Miss Laura Baird departed Weduesday
afternoon for Hague, where she will visit
friends for a few days.
V. J. Herlong was in the city Wednes-
day from Belamy, where he does an lm.
nlense sawmill business.
W. T. Stokes, A. C. L. roadutaastr,
with headqItarters at Trilby, was here on
official business this week.
if you want some nice job printing
done-up-to-date and on short notice-
just send you order to The Star.
Don't Worry. The town f dry, bat
plant that BO eant1 a day with Io Ers
and watch It grew tot $78? La 80 mouths.
J. Prank Banch, of the Plorld 4 Pert
lizer Mf'g. Company, ha' returned from
a business trip to points in South Plorida.
W. B. Phifer and little dangutet of
Nocatee, arrived in the city Wedneeday
afternoon, and will spend several days
here.
Mr. andl Mr.. J. I WiUlima and clil-
dren left Wednesday .fno Rock Uil, .,
C., where they will aoJOtt for a few
week.
p'remhh ea, riw
Call .eites5i o or. f i
,,^ ^ A. L ,.,,, .1 ,


TI -.L;tIs%-l)I!Ki-.


COTTON IS BEING DAMAGED.


Other Items of News From
Trenton and the Vacinlty
Thereabout.
T'trNTON, August 19.-At the home of
!he b:rde, this eveniing at o'clock, Miss
F.ldie l)oke of Judson, and Mr. Wesley
Hawkins of Plant City, will be uitdtl tin
imnrninge, and the worthy young couple.
have our heaiiiest congratulations and
bist wishes.
lion. W. W. Colson ntadte ia business
Sp to Tallahassee this week.
HIomer Love was here Tuesldav
W. J. 3 illiamns transacted business in
Newbei.y Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. Williams visited her sister,
Mrs. II. F. Willimus, Tuesday.
Lee Colson awll go to Newhw.-y today
.o ineet his bother, I. R. Co'son, of
Gainesville, who is conut'ig to spend a
ew days with his i other.
Aliss ETnuma WiPiams, who is i l I ho'1-
Piville, Ga., under the care of Dr. T. M.
hclntosh, was expected home yesterday,
but was not well enough to come. Her
relatives ard f.iends heie hope that she
vi'l soon be able to return houe.
Wet weather continues and cotton is
eclng badly damaged.
'The teachers of the West l.nd, and a
ew ( ends, spent last Satu:day very
Ieabutltly at Fannin Spilngs. BEat ding
inl4 some sight-seeiug lurnislhed ccl iibe-.
ni uta, anl lust of all, but not leas:, atl
-xc. lettt basket dinner was enjoyed by
'l, aud a pine knot pie was prepF:red by
M. H-. DeLand.
W. M. Peary was in the city Wedtes-.
'11y from Rochelle.
Lee Grahail has retuir.ed from a blutI
ie.s ti;p in Alabamua.
Col. I'. P. Lloyd of Citru< county wa,
Ii slie city yesterday.
-lave your clothing cleaned at Owen
.Io3 i's Uye Works. July 14, tf
Mliss Eliza Dell has returned from a
leuias nt visit to Blue Ridge, Gat.
'2P C0telnts a lany in red will grow to
i(441 in 80 iimontlhs. met Mooyor-.
Mri. A. L. Daughter lhas retulritIC.i
rolm a pleasant stay at Selahreeze.
J. C. lluile, a prominent planter froun
lachtia, was in the city Tuemlay.
oirL. Jno. Chesnut and children are so-
ourn Ing for a while at Sluda, N C.
sMr. and Mrs. C. W. Baldwin of Mel-
ose were shopping in the city Tuesday.
Mi. Hryan, the restaurant uanll, went
In the excursion to St. Atugustine yelter-
ay.
If you fail to see what you are looking
or on this page look on the editorial
age.
DIo not fail to attend the union servl-
es at the Methodist church next Sulnday
eight.
bl. C. Sruggs of Melrose has removed
o this city, where he will reside in the
future.
W. S. Moore of Hawthorne wts among
he business visitors to Gainesville yes-
erday.


.!


South-weat itier (a w Ar of aoutli east
quarter (se ) of betion li tiity-lwo (.32)
in towiabip nine (9), aouth 'of range
eighteen (ih)eant, conilaiiingi forty (4o)
acres of Thild, more or Icsa.
S'geLither with all ainl sHiligilir thie ten-
eienti h|eredll iitiinel and niliiirtten-
ances to the sale bheloniliig or In any-
wise appertain lng.
Said property is to he Isol aH the pIroil-
erty of the said .loln Mclleniry and J;lta
MceHelry to satisfy anl pay said decree,
fees and costs.
1, j. 'l.VATr,
C. C. T'IioMASt, Special Mastei.
Solicitor for Counplainnuit.




E. E. VOYLE

FIRE, BOND AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Itepreseiltinlg a number of pruni-
inent Amerloan and Englllst coin.
paM les.


Abstract and Realty Company,
(Incorpormted)
E. E. VOYLE, Manoger.
(let an abstract of title to land be-
fore buying. After paying the pur-
chase money there is often no redress
for tax sates and uncanceled uiort-
gage".

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
NOT IN T11K TttUMT.
A Rundred-Dollar Type.
writer for $50
Guaranteed for one year. ,old on
monthly payments at allight advance
to responsible parties. Typewriter
Ribbons for various muachines.


BEAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS AND
LAND FORIJLE.

P. YEOYIv,.
GAIN tsVILL%, 1PLA.


BRING US
Your Chickens, Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-
duce.

WE PAY
Highest Prices for Coui.
try Produce, aud Sell as
Cheap As the Cheapest.

CALL ON
Us wben you want Sta
pie sad Paocy Oroceries.
INs *I us a Trt. 11.
OAINESVUL5J GR

- '):;:.t -


AIFXi 3L -XT1MEA" X:R .'"T.
SUhi-luile IFifective June 28, 1903.
r .- ,-,-


27 .11 I 5 SO)UTUIRN DIVISION.


i) \55







5 1 1|
Solilt
7 145
6 uop


3 1311
7 20t5
4 1 kit
.5 39'1
II tItuut
ri 16n
12 30P
6 458


tpu
"3P
36p
55P


v .

Ar.
l,v
Ar.
Lv .






Ar


NORTil AND I'ASIT
I,v Jacksonville
tAr I'erniianliia
Ar IlnInswick .
Ar Havannah .
Ar Palrfatx
Ar I esuitIrk
Ar totIIIIIItit
Ar Cak'nmlde l
Ar l aia l t .
Ar Wciniihidrion
Ar Hlsnils t. n ....
A.r .Smtllirii I'l li
Ar Raleigh .....
A r l'ortsmouth .
Ar Richniond, Vs. .
Ar Wmashngtoun ..
Ar Halt luore ..
Ar Philadelphia .
A r New York ... .


Jacksonville .
S. aldwin .
.... Waldo .....
{AINItSVII.I t
. Cedar Key .
S. Silver Sprin ..
. O al a ...l.
. Wil wood .
Orlando .
l. ade City ..
Plant City .
S. Palmetto ..
Manatee
S arupt ...
Tanipa .


.14 66
4S. 7 14p
I sarSt 9 Oxp
I T' lp o ,35P
I 1op II 50a
3 09p 1 44a
.3 7P 3 2au
5 3jp 3 55P
7 lop 5 34a
9 55P 8 ,Sa
I I i1 c t 61t
I 5.W I j 45a
8 cuma 351'

611 i2.a JS11

.i u m. 8 J,,


S 54 I 34 I 66


Subsci;be now for The Twice A-Week
Gainesville Star and keep' posted as t
wh at is going on only $i.ooa year.
Mrs. 1,. P". French, the well-known
lein riarice worker who ntow resides at
Windsor, spent a few days in the city
recently
Capt. N. A. Callison, proprietor of the
Sp.:ng Park fan.m at Renmington, was
among the business transactors here
Tuesday
J. 11. McDonald, of the Kelley MNc-
Dounld Co nill men at Wiiuldor, lis re-
til aied frnit a visit to his old houne in
Tennessee.
If it is job printing you want just send
your order to the MNtar. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
1) T. liuglish, Tacoma; John IPrice,
Melrose; J 11. I'ardee, Orange Lake, aid
Joaeph Sylvester, Hague, we'e trading in
town Tuesday.
;ilddlins' Hlair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. B. i.idding, t;aines
ville, nnd the Postoifice DI) tg Store. lHigh
Spriiigs, Flin.
irs. WV. L. Hill and little .son, Robert
have gone to Mra. Hill's old houie in
CninltcrlaitL, Md., where tley will spend
a few weeks.
Dr. .1. If Watkins, of the G. & G. rail-
road, niade a business trip to Fairfield
Tuesday afternoon, and returned Wednes-
d J. E. Hlaynesworhl. of Heyneswortlh,
was among the excufsionists who came
dow n from Alachun yesterday, and went
to St. Augustine.
.1. A. Ablamns, the piano uani, arrived
nI thne city Tuesday fru.i his hlonme i
Jacksoliville, and was circulating aniong
ai :iesville friends for a while.
For a few days old newspaper, suita.
able for wrapping purposes, can be had
at 1'Hi STAR office for to cents a hun.
dred Foity-five papers for 5 cta.
Mrs J. k. Dell and Miss Iearl Whet
stone departed Wednesday for Alachlua,
from which place they will proceed to
Worthington Spi ings for a week's outing.
Just received, nice line of bill book,a
coin purses ladies' and children' pocket
books. Call and get our prices Kwfore
pu:chasinat elsewhere. I,. U. Snitih.
Notwitlisltndling the inclement wenth-
e.- yesterday Agent Goodw.n, of the A. C.
IL., sold about 9,g tickets to persons going
from this place to St. Augustiue on the
excutrsioii.
Cupt. Geo. M1. l.ynch and Prof. J IH.
Coffee have gone to Trenton to attend
the teacheia' association tomorrow. JIoth
of tlie geu.ltuien are on the program for
an1 address.
A Watei ntrn Iepal Fountainr penIa i a


.Ar 'io 5M 7 15a 5 oop
io ioa 6 30a 4 2o
H 2zua 4 o4a 2 5
SLv 7 53a 30p
. Ar 7 53a ......
. Lv 5 5a. .. ....
. i 52P
l ia 4p
1 355M 1241p
2 23a0 Ii 56p
7 oop 85 a
10 a8p xo 374
.9 .3 P 9 455
4 445P 7 4
3 Sop 7 A.l
Lv 6 oop ,


WEST & NEW ORLA K 57
Iv Jacksonvill 9 5
Ar a City . p it
Ar Live Oak .... 35P 1i -,
Ar Madison ... 7 5p 1a P)O
Ar Monticello .... 9 Jop 3
Ar Tallahassee 9 4op 43 ?
Ar Quiluy ..... ..... 4 XTP
Ar River Jnction . 05
Ar PFetacola .. . .o
Ar Mobile . . a 55S
Ar New Orleans . . 7 2S
l,v Jacksoualit .. . 8 lop
Ar Macon . 3 4Qa
Atlonta ...... .... 7. 5
Chktaooga . a o6p
NaA lle ....... a.&o
at Louis ..... ..... .
ChcjO. ...


Colnnctiouns for Pahlettoi,. Malrutee, Oneeo aud Sarasota, oq 31, eselalt iattli
davly, from Ualneaville.
Train No. 34, Heaboard I xpl,'is, drawing room P'ullman GOepare between
Tamilpa, Jacksonville and New V'atk. via Richmond and WamSKtaS. O jestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonvillh und Washington, via Rielaoelu CtCe dining
car eiovice from Jacksonville. .
No. 66, tfeaboard Mal, tla .Jacksonville und Washingtu1. in li trntwing room Pullman between Jack-
sonville anti New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for I.nl rose. Alachuna, Wlllifup, WAntie and lnter-
niediate polnta, and at Archer wllt I early Bird brae, ,
Noa. 56 and 57, Pullman lslercler Ietween N*e .O4 l 1d Jacklonville.,
Steamers for Key West and l Isvala. -Leave PwtT. i. d aye, Tuesdtay and
ThurMlays, u. .
A. MAcF )ON EH.I, AMss I ;t P'ma. AgeAt, Jfkaeovltle, Pls.
IC. C. COBII, Ticket Agent, GaineIvile.. .


Send Usi.oo for a


Subscription to the


~edYour' Laundvjj fa

tj
-ed~ol hadita I ~


Je


"' pr" uul Jl


Propr ato~


C l's


A Wateiuman Ideal Fountain pen, la a
boon companion of the traveling msan or
woman. Don't think of taking a trip
without first purchasing an "Ideal" from
L. C. Smith.
Miss Trixie Rieves of Alachua, atnd
Alits neiuie Hunter of Hllgh Springs were
among the excnreionists who passed
through the city yesterday en route to
St. Augustine.
Meirs. J. 11. Dell, Sr, J. M. Dell,
Henry S. Chulb and W. O. Tisoi,. left
Wednesday afternoon for WorthingAn
Springs, where they expect to recuperate
for a few days.
lion. H. S. Chubb, chairman of the
Republican State Central Committee re-
turned 'T'ursdav from Jacksonville, where
lie attended an important meeting of the
committee Monday.
If you would compliment one whom
you love, no one day in all" the year is so
fitting as on that one's birthday. Don't
forget we keep a full fine of birthday
gifts 1,. C. Smith.
I. B. Cutler, formerly of this city but
now of near Duunellon, was in the city
yesterday. Air. Cutler Is inf the Ice man-
ufacturing business and has several
plants in operation.
Have you tried Giddlngs' Hair Grower?
Others have tried it and proouncedl it
good. For sale at. IH. Giddings' Drug
Stole, uinesvillle, uad I'ostolfice Drug
Store, High Springs
Prof. J. M. Guilliams, superintendent
ol Itast 1lorida Seminary, is in town and
will be here for several days, during
which time he will call upon the patrons
of his school -RTampa Times, August 17.
It is reported here that Prof. John W.
Widemanl, for a number of years super-
intendent of the Gainesville Graded and
High School, has accepted the superin-
tendency of the High School at Tallahas.
see.
Mrs. C. E. Whetstone, mother of J. V.
Whetstone of this city, and one ol Col-
umbia county most astlmable ladiea, is
in the city from her home at Mikesville,
and will spend a couple of weeks with
her son and his family.
J. P. Coffin, and son, Francis P. Coffin,
who gave Alachbucounty such a splendid
write-up in the August number-of the
Southern Industry, were in the city
Tuesday and Wednesday, and from here
they went to Marion county, and will
write up that county for their journal,
I'ayne prairie is said to have more
water on It than it has had for year, if
ever before. The overflow has submerged
the 0. & 0. railroad track for a loug dis-
tance in one place, sad if the water coa-
tiaues to rise it may be that t illU aer-
jual ylat fere with traiie on that road.
Weedsmee "Annie Stringfellow, t. L.
StringfeUow, P. S Alenuder, and Mai
Claire "tri ntgfelow, who hae been in
Hem~ des ovieo, C., ftotr Mwstlauki,
S*ae d Mw today." the

a# atbernft of rs A


~`--- ~-. r~__~_;__ ~_____, ____ ~ ~ _~ ~ ~7~-. .~ ~_~' --- _.._.7 ~.... _~__-L_-_.;:, ---:-- --;r~-.--;Z-.---------l ~.- I


PC~LLI~-IP~BYFLlyl. ~-~I~1I~-~ ---IUIC~- I I I '"- ..:~


4 .


,, }|1
4"P
o3P


-- _- "-


I


' l II __1_ n l n. l nn n n m tl l i


,. ~.'~I ''i: ~~I~:~; :';-'i- -. ;s;--i
,: j'
'


rr-vfdlrjr.;,j
T11 elm


i~~,,
,..,,
r


V., Yp-I


lx'
.,I P.M.A


I;
4
i


FIOCRIDA, FRID~AV, AUGLT.4T 21,r03


The niiilmeroius I'tir.1s 4of Howarnd 4*^^*%%41+11%%+\ 4 ~%.44+4,+,3%4%%%%f
Sititli will regret ito len tlihat he isquite
ill at his hom ei illn this cit aiitl will i9sh
for Iliis tirlv ani"' etoniplele recovery.
Mr. Sinith's ff' her who it ,t i i L i n husi-
ness in St. Autlg-sliiie, ati ',u.il ill the rlty
yesterday, andl is iw i ut tle lielsidle of
Ilis sonl.
Thle traveling p ullllc irin iow get i11-
fornatioii conceCi nig ithe sthlCutile of tLie
Seabonrdt Anr L.iiit by refrIt iig to tie
time table elsewliiet. tints. t(. Itnti.iFIi
The affable ticket tgi in .it it% v, !. e
C. ('Cobb, tis always hlillliy to Ve I ,Jtt iini- I
foruiatioin aakci for, you iton it imlecitt
on it thatCW klno ,What iei i- ilk' 1'.
M A ,'J: EI Fadeless

I'niler uanl by airtue of a 1linaIl decree
of foreclosure iimade and ie wiitlered on the
2 th ilny of JuI1, A. I). 1903, by tihe
Hlon J. T. Will. Judge of tile circuitt
C.uirt of the I:ighthi Judticial Circuit of the f
Stat cf I- imidn. ill a rrlnini cause therein
pedinig iu eliani'cvot hald court, where.
in Malsy ottuioti was cotiipllaianit, airl
James I'. llrooker, \'Victorn I. I rooker
a, W. N. hiroosn, n sIecal muster i I am overstocked in several grades of
chanicery,t duily i a tplo ilt tt di tt 4 tih l1 It il(e ) L f
csaid court., l s n1ioiiitetl Oit uci im ,s ,- ntIllnts, from card to 8 x io size. As I don't
feie thle cootilt ltse I l r ho u t w, li th ou
city of Gaietsville. Florida i,, on y, ell niounts ,without photos on them I will
the 7tlh day of Septeillhcr, A. I). <", h
twee the legal o IIunR of all, al t icci- I llui k; photos on these grades at a -reduced
tain lot, piece or parcel of land, sitiuted,
lying al bein in the rouiiity of AlclunliH, price W1liIlc' Ile StOCk lustS.
Stale Of Florida, deacribetd as tie uorthl
half of the northeast quaIter anl tie ''lley are all new, thls year's designs,
north-east quarter of tint unortl-werst
quarter of section two, township tell alnd 1 good qualiLv--l use no other kind.
south, range twenty-two east, eceptl
2o acres heretolold b hi to Johulia IIIKIIII
a0 ocrety ceretorsold tiIrI jo ltr S lvesr, 'l'here will be no reduction in the qual-
together with:11 n nIl hih; iilar the teie- l te ho s. All will be FINE A)t. ,rESS
iients hereditlnue.i an t uill appurtenance le photos. ll will be FINE FADILSS
to the satie, belonging or in anywise ilp- ,- (
pertaining. ) .\
Said pLroperty to be sol4 to satisfy andl
pay sill d ecree fees ai1 lcosts... ..-
W. .. Itt)oohlMK
SpeL ~al blaster.
CHRISTO rILIitl MA nIh.sov .
Solicitor for Cointpluaiiitint.


SASTn4 StL:. JF SM IT
Itilcr anil by virtue of a fIlnial Ildecree i
er, Judleof L tile I1'lfli Judicial Circuit
Court at Floridl, in nalld for Alcltinr
county, in chancery sitting, on tile ItLh
day of June, A. ). I. i, wherein C. W.
llaukigh t is colntplaintnt uwind Jotln M c-
Henry and Julia Mcllcnry are ilefen- ..=..... .
dlanta, in a certain case therein pending, Wli to 8 i'
I, L,. J. Clyatt, as special naster in chan- fir l11i y oginlo t i you will'
cery, by appointment of tile Court, will ir tl l'i l l alh. if you awill
sell at puibic auction, for cahn, before.thle el 1i 1 memento Th al elve-
court house door i tile city of Onllnex- t se 'lcel (IWe (k Itar, wavlJ
ville State of 'lorida, on Monday, the Twice A-Week Star, wI
7th ay of SeptenilKwr u3, during the will iiecinte it, andl he will
cual hours of sale,all thnt tract or puicel rta lv treat you right.
of laund, situate,ale, lying ad being in the '----- ... .'.. -
conilty of Alachua, LSate of Fluridat and l*
inurer nartlicullarlv rl14mcrl~ed us foliows: kS~t~(~))SS LWIWU~Y+S ~ ~C~~+II+;+?~~~


11


Nvu


Irw MIM.1pr


it






























tlt!


....




Fewl., W.M
6TAIN, Ak~l


TO PRISON FOR LIFE



I 'the Sentence Awarded in
Cases of Jetf and White.


NO FEAR OF GALLOWS w
on
tL
SVerdict of Jury Was no Surprise and I
Iq.,Considered a Victory for the t
S Defense-Motion for New
'' V Trial to Be Made. II

At Cynthiann, Ky., Siturday morni al
'' the Jury In the case of Curtisr Jolt T
ml.aad Thomas White, charged with Hlli c
"agaslantlon of Janma fl. Maircnum at di
Jacson, returned a -v-rdllt of guilty, in
g the punltlilmint of each at life re
t prlaonnionti. The verdict was re.- l
turned whon ltiero were but. few per d
ions in the court room. a
Jott received the verdict with corn n
parative Indifference and calmness. a
White, who has been apparently under c
a severe strain during the trial, flush.
ed up and his eyes filled with tears. t
Attorney Golden, fot' the defense, t
stated that a motion for a new trial w
will be made as soon as possible. The I
general opinion seems to be that the
i oton will be overruled by the court 1
E of appeals. The verdict occasioned lit-
tIe Sautprlse in CynLthIanafter the de- I
-liberation of the jury had been so pro.-
100gled. The only question which


04


brr*


NEW ARMY REGULATIONS.

General Young Quits "Command and
Assumes Duties of Chief of Staff.
Secretary Root Issues Ordero.

Saturdayy Beorotary of War fRot
romulgated an order dnflnlng the du-
lea of the general staff of thio army.
lilch went into effect nuder the law
n that day. The most Important fea-
uro of iho order is Ihat In relation lo
1t dutlej o'; he chief of staff. On
lis point tho secretary says:
"Under those act of February 14, 1903,
ic- ccimandl of the army of the U1il-
,1 States rests with the constltuti n-.
Iorunmander In chief, the presldenl.
lit prosilent will place parts of the
[my andt separate armies whenever
institute, under commanders sub'.r-
nate to his general command; and,'
case of exigency seeming to him o
equira It, h& may place the whole ar-
iy under a single commander subor-
inate to him; but In time of pea'?e
nd under ordinary conditions the 'ad-
Ilnistratlon and control of the army
re effected without any second In
oinmand.
"Tho president's command is exer-
Ltsu~d through the secretary of war and
lie chief of staff. The secretary of
var is charged with carrying out the
Illcles of the president In military af-
alrse. iti directly represents and Is
ouind always to act In conformity t.o
.ho preldent's instructions. Under .ho
law and the decisions of the supreme
court his acts are the president's acts,
and his directions and orders are the


s(

tl




n
li





I
a
a

It


ScaUnaed the delay, it is said, was that president's directions and orders.
,;,f punlshmont-death or life imprison-n The chief of staff reports to the
;te5t secretary of war, nets as his nilllta.-y
'; The verdict on the whole li regarded adviser, receives from him the dire.
A.t p aietory for the defense, as the tons and orders given In behalf of the
o6e0ititon asked that no middle presldont, and gives effect thoreto la
'fisounOl be taken and that the mon lthe manner hereafter provided.
ither go clear or bt hanged. "The chior of staff Is detailed by
'' The ease has been on trial almost the president from officers of the armly
M tree weeks, having been bogun July at large, not below the grade of briga-
,1. At the first trial at Jackson, the dler general. The successful perform-
jury disagreed and It is beltevef the naii(e ol the duties of the position ro-
i"Zil t' l er-diet was a compromise with qlires what the title denotes-- re-
1 llror opposed to capital punishment, nlaion of absolute confidence and per-
'V be friends of Captain B. L. Blwo asonal accord, and sympathy between
*4d4 other witnesses for the common- the chief of staff and the president,
"::-Wealth who have suffered greatly and and necessarily also between the chlof
0'T. living In fear of their lives are of staff and the secretary of war. F'or
'.reatly relieved. They expected the tisl reason, without any reflection
S at& Ienualty which they oere confl- whatever upon the officer detailed, the
.' ntl would have boon followed by con. detail will in every case cease, unlb-,s
i." f$ lone from the condemned men, ex. sooner detailed, on the day following
-.I glling parties high In atiihorlty In tile expiration of the term of office ut
.' reatbiltt county who are consldored the president by whom the detail Is
-Q.:.t back of the'consplracles. There made; and if at any time the chilo of
liL ave been twenty-seven lives lost 'staff considers tltat he can no loug.r
i;nVthin the post two years In the lnar sustain toward the president and the
,'1,C0oookrillo feud In l3roathlLt county, R"rretary of war the relations aboiu
i'iiid this as the first conviction. No ar. dtscrlbocl, it will be his duty to npply
*P .ealts or Indlctmdnts had Leon made to be relieved."
S.ntll last May, when the troops woro New Officers of General Staff.
ldeted to Jacklsonto protect Ihe Two general orders wore also Issuedl
*'ir.'iId jury and afterward the trial jury by Oonoral Young as chief or stuff of
And witnesses, the army under the now law. Tio
t' Jott Is still under Indictment for first stated that in comlllllancc wllh the
'tlrst degree murder for killing To.A'i linstructllons of the president. li, G',n-
.Mirshal Cochrill. Joul said Friday oral Young, roll.qiishos command -if
:ilght the rope had never boon made the army an, alsumou the duties of
'With which to hang ntm. but he made chief of staff.
'. 0o remarks. Hi friends say he will The second order announced the na-
:- Bve a new trial, and even if he fails slInment of officers of the general
i'l.th that effort, he might be pardtonttl n staff as follows:
'. .to course of time, The frlinda of the Assistants to chief of staff, Major
I ',efendanta showed such rellof aso aGeneral IHenry C. Corbin, adtljuauit
leave no doubt of their provious'appro- general.
; 'iibDBlons of the death penally. Brigadlor Goneoril William II. Cns-
lor, Ilrlgadler generall Wallace FI. It in-
C::' ORBETT EASY FOR JEFFRIES. 'lilplh, chiefuof arti rllery.
WVar Ccillcgo Bloard-IlhlIgatlor Gttoi-
'.uglletlo Contest at 'Frlsoo Was t-ral Talieor H. Uliss, preseldnt; Cold-
.' Tame ard of Short Duration. rnel Aleoxnder Mayltin, ticrntary; Col
At San iFranicsco Friday night lt. inel Wtlliam P. Hall, assistant adIJi-
fore an Immense atldlence of ltho sport- uant general, IB dealgnated acting adjiu-
ring fraternity, James J. Jeffrlis, cihair,- tln general of Iho army.
plon heavyweight of the world, played lhrotoforo all army orders havo
with Jim Corbelt for nine round s nail hoIti latis l froli( tihe headquarters oir
a half, and then Coriutt's seconds ni)- tl ithl ary, atdjilant general's uffict, uy
'. tloned to Reforoo Uriincy to stop Ile 'onuinaHrl of thio ilutenant general.
f, eight In order to save their mana from llerunfter tordtlrs will be issued dlr t.
ee' lodless punishment. fromul tho war department, signed by
The end came shortly afior theo ieo- Ii' rlilet of ulsaff und liis'rlboid "O1-
i nnlng of the tenth round, when Jro- c.ll, W. P. liall, action adjutantt gen-
Irlipo planted one of hlls t-rrlliloc loft ."
w ilngp on Corbott's stloiar-h. The
0iA ..ln h who conquorod John L. Sullivan WHEAT GOES TO ONE DOLLAR.
:' .dropped to the floor mntmodintoly andl
Sthe Mlemorablo sceno at Car-on CI;y, That Price Again Reached on 'Change
Nevada, when Dob Flsnlmniimsn lau.i- at Minneapolis, Minnesota.
ed his solar ploxts blow, was almnioct "Dollnr wheat" was at last soon on
'-",'duplicated. This timo, however, Cor. 'clihange at Minnoapolis F'riday for the
belLt struggled to his foot annd again first (ime since the I.elter corner. It
.,' aCed his gigantic adlversary. With wasi cash wheat, and there were saloi
b hardly a moment's hesitationt, Joffi'lo at thint figure. Later $1.02 was ashed
,:',',Wung his right and again Iandted on and $1.01 I, ld, with no sales. The Sop.
'. Ciorbett', stomach. Jln drIl-opiod Lto tihe tombier Olpilon touched 85, the higheti
G' oor, pulunt In fourteen years.

S EVEN VICTIMS OF MANIAC. RU881A'S IRE IS KINDLED.

t'lrhree More Doatlih Follow the Trag- Warships of Czar Nicholas Ordered to
*' edy at Winfklt Kans-n. Sall for Turkish Waters.
Seven Lc:tm'.ns rr. noiw d*:,l as A Bsquadron of the Russian Black
: e. result of the innnl;aiil i -.1I iof lilht-t sea fleet has been ordered to sail for
wigg, who frel lit l lth,- nir.iw I it ,i Turkish waters.
Sband concert asi intilt'l. l:::.: 'l'wi,:g Notification of this movo has been
Sand three of lii viclliln. dil-. \lithlii telegraphed from Bobastapol to tlie
t Shor tlnitn. .Tlhor;l wli i'l v- i atI Rusasian ambassador at Constantilno-
auccunibcId In I'oric Sinlth, L).Daws I lo.
1 Bllltir annd lItoy ':ilvl, at b.iy. l The dispatch of the squadron Is In-
E, lmer Ilnrno ', iilit h iil 1il1: Cirt i tienilod to emphasize Russia's Intention
i arle dying, whilt, ('1 itl l, ,d, Chinrlc' I of oeacting complete compliance with
:,Thomnias n:l Jitni,, it iii.-n areo In n her demands as to satisfaction for Ilie
-'lttle] condition .\ i.n i,- cf o'ih-.'s r nrder, by a Turkish gendarme, oi
', oa billy hun. i her consul at Monastlr.

ti PIPTKEN NEGROES BREAK JAIL. OURTEEN STRIKERS SLAIN.
3 -----,. ","
;' Pillvery Occurred at. Washington, So Says Russian Correspondent at
S-' torth Carolina Friday Morning. Kleff to the London Times.
A 'A' 01al from Washliigton, North Fourteen strikers were killed and a
darOllne., eays fifteen prlson'rs, all c-il. hundred to a hundred and fifty ~vound-
e,y escaped at th frat m thplac e early Frt y orn- l in a military onslaught which occur-

luDi. Two were charged with inurdt, lc'ed ini the vicinity of Kleff, according
while those' other were charge wllh to 'a ltussln correspondent of Theo
*'l'htllsor it-lliseca. The jailer failed to l.ondon Tlumes. The troops, he says
r t ok them in their cells and they dug flire several volleys into the strikers
0l*dugh the wall. *' at closo quarters.


,4MVAAOHINISTS BAD KAIlRI C'I'EN.

jPlld l8ott Fired bj Fit1 itg
~~ptlone Without Fat.itity.
~~i.~~ gu'$-ireates'c elIukiLOs t-*'
41 lciiaity of wj'tl'plo~
tuol)Ok pLaue 1l1ly
bIN otWoonl the sLi'lkiit-,
Vdaichialsts Old iebOb twenty-fyc nllot
* ~-'~ti~llr Wi ne Who.took UleIr plcV I.%
lyveb~P ;~IIb'.b the Ukuto~l
Ctaee OarppiatltIoi blit despAiq
~tPyer~ 6ig, hinku~ail bhois


i!i


The Bulgarian government has pre-
hnted a memorandum, to the powers
hitting out at greit length the condl-
on of affairs during the past three
loAlth In Macedonia salce the Turk-
ih government undertook to inaugur-
te the promised reforms. The most
uroclse details, date, places and
lamea of persons are given In the
memorandum, the whole constituting
Terrible category of murder, torture,
ncendlarlsm, pillage and general op-
preeslon committed by the Ottoman
s-ldiers and officials. These partiesl
lars wore obtained entirely from ofll
clal sources, such as the reports of tI,
Bulgarlas consuls and agents of the
Ilulgarlan government, and, In many
Inestances, the rOeports made ly Turki
Ish nuthorilles. 1'Tit Bulgarian gover-i
mncnt guarantees tile aiolute truth ol
overy staomcniit and challenges th(
porte to disprove a Hingle charge(
made In the ni-morandum, which !)e
gins by staying that during the pasl
three months the Ottoman government
has taken a series of measures witl
the alleged intention of Inauguratini
an era of promised reform and of as
sirlng poaoe and tranquility to t!i
Bulgarian population of European Tui
key, but which have nua the contrr:
effect ,of further exasperating thli
population anid reviving the revi
lutlonary movemoeni. Instead of prn
coesilng sololy agalnal persons guilt
of breaches of the public order, th
military and civil authoritloe hav
slouht ovory possible pretext to porsa
cult, terrorize and ruin the Bulgaria
Inhabitants, alleo In the large clt;o
and In the small vlllageoi
Wholesale Massacres.
Wholesale nassacres, Indlvldu.
murders, thel destruction of village
and setting lire to houses, the arrest
1ll treatment. torlures, arbitrary t1;
prlsonmient and bailaihnicnt, the clo
Ing and disorganizing of churches an
schools, the runlug of merchants, th
collection of taxes for many yoars I
advanco-sitch. proceeds the mcinorai
ldumn, are among the acts of the Ott,
mnun ailtlnlsHiratlon of the vllaeets (
Salonlea, Monnstir, UHitub lund Alrlia
ople. *
The nienoruitnuiin next relates I
deaill a number of sullcl cuast.i in eac
village. During the first tllroo woe.
of July tweuity-llvo villages In the dl
trlct of Tlhvosh wrenr subjcldted to tli
dleplreftitlonii of tho Turlilrlsh oldloi
andl lnnlilil-Bazoliks. 'The clllagn
wori"I ltallonl i tlu ICrlotnr il. Ilie w tont'
violated and tihe houses plunderc
%litl lI t Inilt, tiik it 'ixtilV It. U thoul'it
looked tin.
Il the Ilayctl of Monastir. artlllcr
bolnlitareltd and ranztil tihe Iloiuruihi
town of Hitli'rl osethl, 1te 3i.ii; h litouses bI
lig loftL hai ol of rriiin At I he i
gliinliig of July two Ureo'k IistI|IH wlh
tlih connilvani'o if the nutilorllties. pl
Inigtd uiligarlan villluges iani niurde
ed many of their llhabltatitts.
Allogether, tlih lneiiiinranilum giv-
particulars of no lcYss tinhli 131 IntI
vidil al all nerncrl cases otf excesc t.
and otnlriageos rconiUiltil i l by Ile Tiirl
IHI aniithollilos. Iln Hitinniarizing ih
H141i il!c dutillnl tf le ot illraKges 111 i
tonotl, the tuulrunoruminin ilit'elnrce Il
wlioloealo nlastsnl-res wIrti i)torliotri't,_
by regulars and llnshl-llnzouks In th
towi of Salonlca anlt the vlllages
BIaldlevo, lUni Itza, 'Teclourllovo, Ku
hIltza, loglillit, Sniel'lc-lr-hi and uliilj,
while the si.'cn t'O ilf caliiRgo, lllage all
IncendlarIvin wero everywhere torr
blo.

Articles of Merger Filed,
Tliero wan filed in the omi'o of Ir
secretary of stateo it Montgoniery. Ala
Saturday articles of agrooemnt c
nmergor and rcoiiolldallon of tlho Se
board Air Lino rallway anid Florld
Central and Pnciiliuslar Railroad Con
pany.


TOMMY 18 NOT SATISFIED.

Mayor of Cincinnati Hns a Little Coi
vo-tion of His Own.
The futclion lltlnvorlig Mili)'yor Tomi I
Johnson for gLov'riinor itt-.li In C!iI('c
nail, Prlday nighltI. wit;\ wn.s caillhiI "a
adjourned dten ait i I.Sllt I m-l.,t iiil n I
HIamilton countyy" I'll- strue; It> t.
stale convoy nll on \wert '.* l oliIcI. wih
arie expoIrteil tct flvtcr Mrltay) Jilhtnitu
for tIe nomiin natinoin for tt iit'- orlti' Th
tdlogatcs sec,'letiIl ly Ihil prevll'l iols -olt
ventlion arlt' In I'ivor 'of ,hIilhn 1.. ZIn
meornann, of Springllteihl, luir ite noni
natlloi.


THOSE SHANGHAIED KIDS

Will boe Detained by American an
British Consul at San .os, Brazil.


The United Statls i luninlsshiontr n
Savannah, li'riday nirniing hell i
investigation of the enso eaganst Jolb
Olsen, charged wihi shanghnliln GL',
Rucker and John Seago, Atlanta ani
Savannah bu3a, ntd shipping th,'i
aboard the ship Kambrin, for Santos
Brazil.


BIG MONEY FOR PUGILISTS.
TURKEY CALLS OUT TROOPS.
Jeffries Gets $33.729 and Corbett $10,.
910 for Their Little "Scrap." Ottoman Ruler Prepares to Put Down
According to thl official count, 10, the Revolution in Macedoila.
i'69 peopio vlowctl tho contolat butwneen
S'orbett and Joetrles at San FrPancsco An important radio has been Issued
I.'rllt y niglit. The rose receipts c at Constantinople, calling oilt fl1ty two
:ri.ntoe to $2.340. O this euru elts addilloipal battallons of troops (about
,W1lietoa received 70 per cent, or S43,- G2.000 lltcn) from the European piroy
' I.-a. which asn divided i7 per cent 'o Incas08 ot Turkoy, Inconsequence of the
i.2ll whinnr ni wai5 per cont to the pre'i of the Insurrectitn In Macedo-
S:o r. tinor iii n.ior r efftet is on nla. These troops comprise twentyT
I rinbti to thu (t':II ot i L$ ,e Wll th bMtaltlna ot yesorvesa of tho ftrt clau(
'Corbett gets ll 0.1., .. t the Adrianople and 8alollwc. it
., '.. ... '
iMS^ d^^.^^? ^^'' *** *^'.-.^*I.^.--^.*;"


CRY FROM BULGARIA


Appeal to Powers to Stop

Butchery by Turks,



HARROWING STORY TOLD.


Hundreds of Villages In Balkans Have
Been pillaged and Plundered and
Christian Inhabltnast Slaugh-
tered Right and Left.


'd~~. --~M-L- -u.-- --- -


__i ~ L__ _____~


n W\edlnesy i.venliig unlilldt great re
Jolcling.
L -Tile W\est itlindl e yr.lone. which
sw'pt tho Itlaiil iof .Ininalen last Ttiles
dn.., tild ft llrful iw ril in ilte d-striue-
n tlo f llifo and iirotllitry'.
i' ;1-furr a-ljitrniniiii( lit W c-tlrinte l ay
- the (;o-rgl.t limitto oit ieprest-ilaialv .i
0ng ig>il ,1o ennllr aintnrnihi ls Ito tho
)l ('0unvlcI i)111. i inil Inh1 nlt ,len ru Is no-
i ilclo i tO ti tivtiriitr.
tII)t to lit governor.
S -Two negroei altinckel fve wliio
n n In in Gree-ll'cle mntyiiiy, .Sutilh Caur)-
I. Ilna. One 0 f tit' while niomn Is dyir.g
and Iho other foli \vero lliightly
A'oundod.


-An Anerleau fishing smack was BED BUGS WON FOR TENANT.
caught po(achiling it Cynadian waters --
Wednesday ani1 was hardly shelled by Gained Case In Court II1 Suit by Lan .
a I)onilnioin Rginlu at. lord for Back Rent.
-The Goorgia Igislatri lu i an; Go The Mlullllilllll 1 ,I ,,,,i y Ci,,,
ornor Terrell tnko up the whipping r4t l onln k ii Ih '.
Mamin l)c'rls.. a young womaniii cunvi.t 1 cl
at tlhe state prison fnrm, itid order int- h''"oilgh by v I t' I r I :i : *i i I- I.nt- I
vesllgatlon. for 1 tL which t .: ,ulh li .'in. (O i
Experts decl' tre that Ite %ill ,f rll'-11 t 1 h ml t ;) I,.' I"'l.,
the late G. \'. Collier, f .\ i anta. Ga.. cases of ti' k il iie tii i rlt '
is an Inipirecsisio copyl niiil i iller ntart- :rd
ling testliniiuy is given.c
-Central of Goorgia rollroad direct.
iors order 5 per Cent dividend on filrt LASH OF WHITECAPS FATAL.
Referred Income bonds.
--Clnrles Johnson Is sent to chla'n. Sheep Rancher Tied to Tree by Mob
gang at Amnorlcaus (I, f r defraiudling and Whipped to Death.
negroes oil til ex slavu Ieiiieltn fraud. Near DlPIptyer, Mont l-'rldavy n t In
-The amount late state of Alabama foulrteenC mnasle, ;lt;n, supposed to be ,
by Tax Collector Blolker. of Lee corn- cattlemen, took a hcldilrr front tlie
ty, who failed to make rotirna is now sheep camp in Joe Slnrgeun and ear
said to Lo $7,45. trying hint ted mil-in Into thu mouun-
--Southbound train No. 35, of Sonlh. talns, tied ain io a-tree and whipped
era, was wrtic..! l. y I.me milscro'nt him to detth. They shot many of the
lear atsinla, N. ( .. ...o:l) iight, herder's sheop Iilll drove the remain
Nobody killed Lniglneer ,anIl iwo po3. der %Way. A pose started In pursalit
Sl clerks lajuredl. f the whlteeaa ,


.WARDEN'OU OFU A 108,


At Gelorgetown, Ky., Monday, Robl
erl Notaiie. who three years ago in the
first trial of Caleb Powers was a son-
anlionnil wliness, but who ran away
from IKenliitchy after leaving the stand.
ailplareid as a witness for tho conimon-
wo llih.
Nonkes nsail that James Flnloy, cx-
secrotary of state, said to him that
tho moving of a large bunch of men
to Frankfort wag too expensive, that
the b wa to ett the contest was
to pay James Howard $2,000 to kill
Goebel.

.TURKEY WARNED BY BRITAIN.

Ottoman Ruler Advised to Stop Reign
of Bloody Butchorles.
According to advices from Constitti
tinoplc the Brltish ambassador ,-a.
called the attention of ihe uprte to the
serious situation In Macedonia. He
pointed out Ithat grave consequences
nay attend fresh murders of consuls
or subjects.
The ambnsrvador had an audliece
with the sultan Friday.


IRRIGATION GREAT IN TEXAS.

More than 200,C00 Acres Rec'lmel
and Made Productive.
According to a bulletin issued by
tho census bureau at Washington .Sat-
urday, there are 226.205 acres of land
under Irrigation In the state ofTexus.
The system Includes 1,075 miles of ca-
nal and cost $65.191,815. The systean
has mostly been applied In connection

with the rice' Industry.
The Irrigated rice :jpluatisatlna natn
ber 657,-with an acre* ot ~~oTrft; .
' ; "- 'j


*4. < 1 I41141<1 4i44 V115'Ii 4.# 4


Cream of News.


Brief Summary of Most
Important events
of Each Day.

..-Dock laborers at Brunswick have
doninnded an increase of two and a
half con.ts an hour in wages and a
strike is probable.
--Lewle Wiggins, last survivor of
the cruiser Shenandoah. thht sailed
.the seas under confederate colors for
nine months after war cuded, arid who
died Saturday, was buried at Colum-
bus, Ga., Sunilay.
-Raleigh, N. C., will vote on dl-
pensary qunostio on Boteomber 5.
-Citizens of Florence, 8. C., :n
manui meeting declared a boycott on
the products of the tobacco trust.
-Alabama legislature reconvenes
on the first Tuesday In t-optember.
-The president and lls family
Sunday morning attended divine so.'-
vices on board the battleship Kear-
Ulrgo.
-P-reildent RI t)dvelt Sundity after-
Snoon adldrebted a gathlitring of Cp.tho-
Ilc& at Oyster 1jay on decency of
speech and conduct.
--Justico David Drewer, In an artl-
clo on lynching, says that speedy iec-
lion by the courts woulll have a tel-
f deony to allay the lmob spirit.
S -At Waslingion thit opljnlon pro
vails that, owing to thel difference
among republicans, Ilitre will be no
t financial leglt.latlon at llte extra so .
t slon of congress.
S -Stntietls s uhow that the deathia
g among the negroes in cities far exceed
Sthe births. The urban nepro popull.
Stion Is decreasing, except as it is In-
-creased by arrivals fromni the country.
y
a -A position has beon forwarded
from Panama to the Colonillan con-
e. gress urging the passage of thu canil
y treaty.
e -Because lie was socially siinubhbil
e by Reina Caariio, President Cabrera,
n- of Guatetala, hias tllrown ino foriner
n Into prison.
a -Tho Bulgarian goi''runent his
presented a memorandum to the pow-
ers charging the Turks with unolpeata
Il able atrooltlos in the disturlbed uas-
Is tricts of the Ballkani.
s, -Albany. Ga., officials deny tlhe piub
1- Ilshed story of the lyncliing of a while
s- man and a negro at IIartsfield for t-t
d saulting a whirb woman.
]a
n -Tho two boys from Atlania nnil
Savannah, Ga., who were shniighaiid
o and shipped aboard a Soulh Aumricant
if eteamer, will be detain l it Hani-is.
S Brazil. by the Antirleniui cioniiil.
--Fifootn niegro priuson rs iinkie th-Ilr
,n escape rom jail at Wasningtloni, N '
.h -Teiinnoseuo will Iiave- an c.lxhillt -I
Fa he1r products at the WVorld';t fair In i t
s- Louis.
10 -A. E. Uatsoa was exetrcilltd al
's Lake Charles, l.a, Friday. f'ri il,,
rs murder of a tfnilly tof x peroinli.
S11 -Coal and coke co'(inl Ii1ii of llIr-
Ld nilngham, Alat., ohil s IIH pro ertll.y to a
PLciinsylvaniil rounltpanly.
-Y -Forty-nlinle lashe.a w'i'ie lall 1on ihe
g bare- back of 1, 1 iiigro, 2J ytjnrf oild, bly
I,. h1, father, al lillco station In MItut n,.
- (i. Thol I'f llh tdw at giv li i(. l rtol''i.
h cn-co Cf tL i'tni if t l(ilnig ni g or w\li .i
I- plng. lit, c i e itso li d ltter Iltls fat.-'r
,. dih ntho whilolhi g.
-Secrc-tiAry llMil hiI.9 isSui-Cd a sat-lio
,s-" nient In r(garl to the lio ulln o ,f heo
I chlof of staff.
,. .'1 l Iani W lllt w r c-vit l-li .l t
c- the niiirdlr of Altorniy MNrciun atnd
e stnilte S -Iin h anltlrd'.s at Itltion, Illl 1' I .1
I eral .iillgo i.lro(h.s' iii) lhcr l.irIl tIIh l hih
it govcrnornnilc ti rIiiiist stlllrtrvi n rnit, Ilil -
*u polled. In odi'nr tI lnvo tiu nIlallon.
r --The lrnlllih iparllantni i ilii bt ,n
i, irnoroged. lit on liO ws noith lg iIn i tlig
r lii, iI',l's li'-ih of ochil hlii t'i',-t.
i. -The Turlltli lh genlanrii l wio klll, i
I ho lo uslant cinistil at Mlina s ilr lis
becn oxecuteld In c I)lei.'cI o| to) tile i1-
qulest of tlio znar.
o -AtitlinnoeniLtieti is niadi Inl New
., Yurk tof Ithe in'i-gli: j of So board Air
>f l.itn railwna risi,:ni wiI Rock-I Islandi
a- And 'lrisco I11 ,l'l ,st ..
1 -TlThe dr'Ladihi Mexican boll weevil
i- has at last n ron il [t this slili of thio
MlNSals alppl river niiil IntihI apir'eheu-
aluon Is Ielt.

T[ ie (lo'l'giti I.-gl. lal iiiti ailjoiirnel
Its sitiin em r iessltiIt at (i:3ii o'click


River Higher Than Any Time Since
Great Freshet In June.
Boats are again being used to trans-
port persons between tbo two Kansas
City, says a special of Monday. Tho
James street bridge and the Metropoll-
tan Street Rallway Company's.bridge
over the Kansas river having been
carried.out by the strong current. The
river Is higher than at any tjme since
the June flood.

RU881AN WAR SHIPS MQVE.

Squadron of Black *a Pilest 8alls
from Sebastapol for Turkey.
Advtli from Sebastapol state that
the squadron of the Russlan Black sea
fleet which has been ordered to the
Turkish coast nailed Monday under
comImand of Rear Admiral Ki euger.
The squadron coranU t tof the biatle
ships Catherine II, ,rl .'itj tell,
,lostslao anfd Dvlisff,
ilo-x





A GREAT NAVAL DISPLAY,


Purpose of Presldential Honors.
Twenty-One Ships in Line.

A dispatch f.'om Oyster Bay says;
Twenty-one warships drawn up in fo'ir
parallel columns a nille long and in-
eluding some of thu bestL fighting ships
of Ihe United Statel navy, resting
upon the glassy surface of Long Islant
Sound, composed the picture which lay
spread out before President Roosevelt
when lie sopped out upon the veranda
of his home at Snagpmor6 Hill early
Monday. morning. Their brass work
shining under the slanting rays of the
morning sun gave evidence that every
ship was spilck and span for thief, tno
flrst naval review at thli nation's sum
mor capitol and probably the Ilrut ever
held for the exclusive purpose of press.
idential honorii.
Commanded by Renr Admiral Bar-
ker and three other naval officers of
similar rank, inu fleet, 'onimpriliitg Iwo
sqliacdronso earth of two divielonls,I k*
sides a flotilla of torpedo ibhut ciletry.
era, Includtle a represotnitlive of ine::r-
ly very type( of fighting crl' ft froin
the pound 'lcrul .. IlliiunoM i (11) tlli title
stroyeVra Twot Irarll.-Il c(iJiimnii olf lia
Ilelshpl 1 ind cruhII C tll-frt .is I I-: ll d y I e
Ktnarb;rge. RHer Adlniral ;ur.li-lr'i Ilag.
lipli, IlI ,l3k I I I,..ll tof dr'-rryV uiH.
co'(niplo liig til,, North Atlauin it l..l .
cover od the p|)liil sti| jlinl [-r i t mil* i
off ilitIor rtfrom plc ire -iii I.i- .l -
Neck an l blo'kl diiing ilil iuiiIllh ir
O y tler lliy ipre-.4 i it,,l] u .il 9.II.1 11:1
rnlit b j'etract-le uliiiiil, ii i ly v i, i t.:; ilJl
of Amni'ri a'i (-a iioiwe.r.
(Cluiste'r' i in ihi- n utuli ii III lbay
r viclb d lhL' i)r-hhiln'tl' y'A li. Mau1 ilw-
<.r, S iec-'ttary Mtlo.ly'n lltlcll crait,
thIe Ili, lplJiin l, il l ir T.l urni a.l .ll n1'1(1
b itixll lllnil st' anm ,i 'liE'l l-:rin, s -IrroI in I
-ld byl a gract-fil l .'I lt -e0 .A uni 1 l ll
killing vt.tssc-i- giiller l 1 witi1villis I i
Inip.lsing re'2rnii!ln'y h elirt l t il l.-r iidln
unIl Jhe feiti Otlllclut h *'xt hlain,L.il .rA
lult it

HEALTH BOARD FOR GEORGIA.

Governor Attaches His Signature to
Important New Legislative Act.
Governor Tt-rr 11, of' G(; 'rglia, Higniid
tlihe sate boaIjrd ol helnith bill Moniday
morning andl expects t o a|)0oliIt Ilhe
nimlnbcrs of tliht. Ie inld liiinitidately.
The bill iprovilles ftor a l iJ ,i-arl cif c-itv
e'n tei-itti. ib, onI- flUtir tom tli l ongr1't.-.-
slonI l diitlriti, will a st ( e rtiary whose
onicl ? shall li,. In lthe cnpl tnl. Tli- sHL.c
r'lie ".y la Ito rcrolve a nilnry oif ,$2.1111'L
a year ani Is c-Is oll lo lu ii'llibel of Illn-
board. Tlit bonrd ellcsc ii -H ts ownl pr;'i
ililll. Thite no-'iiibcr's ir'c (vit\ no nal:
rlh..s, Iut anre, I pnl $ 1.11 a day wh'l.i
acting lly in illtfr lldu aiC'L' Ion liL nmlrt.',lll,.
oft' i. boanid A iiajort1lls ir' Ilo uoi
prac i lil llpi 3, htr.IciiIn urn Ih h tei. r
Iary l r>i lr<'d u I l'to be a I sl i ilm .
lr bit' Ioarill will lintV i-i lclit "<
i lI triil-O 4.f ht .ill l i ll.llli 'l'i- i ll I sl :lli t.
w uliI a tllillilll lijl Inlr -i t I.l ,l' n Ili
a e <.'. ;'; try o I prfvi.'( i iIr spreti 0l
<.(jll i oli .ltld iId i.'an t, i I1 x i<'W f l" h>
i'.l -lnrn< i. aul timn ri :i' lli .x. ) .-llhi\
c .l'< I i'l '., tll i ililii r i ll t' a i- f lil Iou rdi L '
IC 1 l. 1 lll a9 t l ll I.:l III 4 t l
ai

WOUNDED NINE OUT OF ELEVEN

Alabama Negro Protects His Water.
melon Patch with Shot Gun.

NII i- I I, t 1111.11 I aL.I I. lln. I 11. M r 11y.
w% ia- i l in t i.1,111 I .li h r l int i Sit ii dlal
Wl ll i tIlls ttiuh. l a rJi (atiI- -l tlllrli -
;ili l. ii.'l li i ii \ I ii i ii- h11:1111 11 l 'll ir i
T h' l I',illl l,.lt .tlii ll i.i il l" I 11111( i l ll lt ,
iln a w .i ll ll >ll |1.11, lhll A .i| 1111y i l
w'1hll n11 1'1i w v.I rkh ,iii lir- ill it
i : i i i\ li n ii 1 i .-, I; i
ii liit i litii tl 1 1 i .m i l l Ii I l l- i i t


linl h .ii ), lI l .ltl t il Ii' n Il, Il I' h it- i
,10 n li nli o ,i, a | I. inii iln -ihnI

tll t il Ii I',w I11, II 13 l (-1, il t 111 i I I llh '





Ih I l ,. it t t li ii i i u Ii It. i )' i h,
tn r. ,.\ -, I ',I ,HI il:. l l tn i l' / 1,1 III1 ,
Ilt I l ,'h 1 l l i,' i t.x t' .-ill il t i II l ic ltil ti ll t'lE





of L'h.'rvt'i ni'll

louLinria Prepa.res foi War.
A I 'tll i!l- ll h II 'l Ir h iiII il !i *I
. r ",' \ '.]'. Aliiur hu 'isl 'l Itl'.ii aini
hi.hn eilr'li'l I lltH ar nn\''ii i' l i '' l 1
f 'i li r. .'T', t't li i;Ir Ilni lmnlililt lli i li
Hll MELEn N Dill SAill :lh.Nll.Ill i .


HOMELESS AND STARVING.


As Result of Whipplhg White Woman
Allagood Reslgna-the Prison
Commission Issues Report.

As a sequence to the whipAing of
Mamie DeCris, the white' voiwas con-
vict, Deputy Warden Allagood has Lcn-
dered his resignation as official In
charge of the prison farm at Mllled.o-
villo, Ga., and that resignation tlris
bcen accepted by the prison commis-
slon. Allagood will remain at i ll
prison farm only until his succe..scr
can be seloctedl.
The official announcement of Iho
resignation was contained in the rn
purt of the commission upon tile DUu
Cris case, made iuhllc late Saturday'
afternoon. This report embraces a
calm, dispassionate review of tho case,
takon from tho le-tilniony stibuillltd
by all those having knowledge of 'tio
affair, as take u y State Ward-ii
MiIoro utpot his Iinvostigation at 'li'
farni, and Ihue oncluslone of tli coiii-
miisilon frorn' ihlt testlniony.
From tills It would appI'ar that Alla-
goo lihas beron ai excellent oflc-lil.
liat hii i personal claratlr 1i iabuov
reproilch, tlhait o actIl. within ilis au'
Lliorlly in iilliting this sort of punlph.
nient uplin anyi convict; liul 'rertd be
tw een Ilro liieo it is ievileuti l t11 Co ni-
milbodln is of the topinionii tat he la i3
Ih>, Juiglrnenil anl dhiscretlon which an
1iflniclIi l a i Is h u ia tilioli uild IpuuoM iis.
ilid [hat tli i th Itk-Crls w shipping lil-i
ila)h of uHt niniillies at ith farntrm av.
< ,me to all n el.
It is worlril of special noto tnat Iho
coninilsilon lixprosnes llu conviction
thin the ch;irgo niado by Miss Ei'CrIa
--ilita Wardlc Allagood was giillty of
Imilruoper rct-latilon with otlhr ftninai
conllvlc i, whili antd black, and ihnt 9lihe
was whllipp(dcl bcaiise sli had rrject'"l
inipropuir advances toward hor--'n "atl.
sotlltcly false, unfounded and niial-
clicu." Thai the warden was leid to
liinl0h I l th' woman lIjc IIUso of ecx lrcle
Lgri.ruvaillon Is plainly lihe opinlin itf
tho commiionliot.
The report mllilo It cleir lital luch
piunlshmont Is In expretts wortis, all.
thorlzeil by the Ilatlites and that tihe
coinisalion has hail no occasion hero
lol'oro it riilo nig lnst It, bit the int i
hicr of' lhat lIody conclude that tlils
i)sarltilar pinnlhnmont was "ain error
on the part of Ihe excellent warden."
who, rorgnhzling tlial Iils i.cll.fulnOSu
ialy liasvL l2ion ilnpailrcl "liy rosoan ol
tho prejudicell whlilclin e has n creatlt-l
agaiiinl hilm by gross niisroprtosolila
l o n ofI lie tas of the case," halis vol
unnirlly tcndiried his reslgnatloli.
Their It.It rnragrapit of Ihe conniml
sloin's repor)r will bi' tankn as an ilil
ctlloln cl il lof purpose of that tilo y t,
issue sui'-l oril(i-r or rnl 8s as will md'il ,
a rcplltlilol f the [li C 'DeCr .ec'inlal aU
Iiiilii ,. l i '.

GOOD ANGEL TO GIBSON.

Tennessee Congressman is Left a
Snug Sum Ly Mrs. Martha Graves.
Ily a liroIsllon in tlie w-ill of Mri.t
MNrllih (Ir:lavis, rt'ceLintly dcrlc'lt~sc In
r\\':ltll llgti n. I). C.. Coliigrtllnlsmali Hen
ry It (liljill, iL the s 'ondlt TL'annj
c'-,- dllt i-clt, leO'nnles lnhe'lr to loletw,'1
l).lulit) iilai1 I1.1i11i.11 1 (i. tacli
ilr: I ;r tivt-, In' .hii ttlit rf a lialitl
in Sctil ltb, \';inli.. was a uf' t(i olll iltn 1n.i i ii oa iNl Mrs. Gr.'ivL. ait
Ilinat lnllh l(o k rei.t iiflllon of tli' i( -o.,)
qua lilr uf Ihe tllllutr rciitgrt Ynaian
anil anilil lilni lliinclally In s'c iin-lii
hlls atitu l. li It is d l h( tllnc(r c1it -
Irl.iitrtlI $1 .il t'l o i0hl ra1nipilgn fiiull
c;'it'h if' l he vltu Ittln Ilhe IlH a ;its tci
fully rtin i f r toniigicLr s
<'iongri s r< :n l ;n lli, l A 11 h1. ar''i.'tp 'd
lil, Ilii til-' '; i ii1 I 1. 4 id l) Il I- la inri lil
f i (Ill< m11\ II111 In [ 1 Illtp w io thy u'l ll;i
tinIn lirciigli tOllr gt, ans Mrus trtvi-cs I"
ihlt to halte i lt-ilt ii1 hinm.

TO TRAIN JOURNALIST

Joseph Pulitzcr P-ovl(des Two Millions
to Establish New Department.
Jo:c'li 'lii, i zt r hi as it rovldnit l tiio
tiltln Of $L2.It(itI.II) lti c'itnblli h a ei'li'oil
oif Jitiriialitni ill Cotlumnilia univtrsl'y.
itn Ntw Yoiik. A inow bullldlng for tho
t'lic i ll w1 Il I,( i-r>.c-lnctl at a cost of
CI-nll i 'i lo~lr Iho sc; o.l'll wlllh>h will hotl
lowl r.i l I <., l Miinvrr a rrlti on phe iniii-
Inr I lllliiil oif llhe oilt r prloftessicon il
ilitorls. ast th, law si'-hool, he< school
tf ntiilcini anlt- lte scliool of mint's,
iit lillke iliti'it will be nallonal inu
i.IIrOu.


NOAKES AGAIN STAR WITNESS.

Says Caleb Powers Suggested an Easy
Way to Kill Goebel.


Horrible State of Affairs on Island of
Jamaica Results from Storm.
lietCt ii t i[l l.,ni h,.i i r ltli 11 hat l iiti'
!>ra lh.'ilI r'.llm IR rn Isi.:, n il > tv_,r iI .>
t'naSt-;lel IIIIi hl 'lhl'ln. rl llilln l i.: I,'i [II,
Island o(l J.Jincn a. ..t It .)r' .\iltn.1, i
hllio sillll ,; nal,., liolit Il'-.. I ],h,[iil :-l;\.'|ir g.
S lll ar rIii i lliiis rlli.-nl ;i1 ,UlAi,:i .
ta lbiay, lilliiIff i .)iiil e Is'v. Pohirt
MiAlri, Mianchii -,,,il, M,.11-rii |t hay, IIuv-
andl ollier s.liil r l ..i t ,. -ll ll.
In ll io lilt'i t i h Ihe i tril.s, i. e'q hil.
ly -acui t lSenl.ly a IPnsantl's lineq i i
S ia liith .


TREATY R(IlE


Colombia Refuses to Ratify

the Canal Convention.



VOTE WAS UNANIMOUS,


Details of Congressional Action are
Meagre-Prealder't Roosevelt
leappointed, But Is 811ient.


NOws In wasnington.

Advices from Bogota state that the
Panama treaty has been rejected una-
nimously by the Colbmbian congress.
It Is reported that President Marro-
quin has been authorized by congress
to make a new treaty which will not
require further ratification, but that
tle basis given for the treaty will
probably prove unacceptable to the
Uitlled States.
It Is considered, however, In official
circles, according to reliable Informa-
tion, that the authorization given by
congress to mank a new treaty will
furnish a basis for reopening negotla-
lions witb the United States.
It appears that one of the objections
to thie ralllcalon of the roaty which
carried weigh In the sonato was that
the Pnanma Canal Company did not
come to a previous arrangement with
Ihe Colomblin government for the
transfer of the concession.
trpon the return of the prealdent to
Sagamore Hill Moinday evening from
reviewing ltho flee he found awaiting
hinm there information of the rejection
by thit Colomblan senate of the Pana-
ma vanal treaty.
Wll0o lie naturally is dlsappoint?d
at the action of congress, he does not
dr-sire at this time to make any com-
ments upon it.
Washington Advised.
A cablegram dated Angust 12. wis
recelvoed at the stale department NMoji
day from ltlnlster Beaupro, at Bo-
goth, saying that the Panama canal
treaty has been rejected by the Co-
lombian senate.
Very little additional Information
concerning the action of the Colom-
blan senate could be obtained at the
state department. Mr. Adee, acting
secretary of state, would not discuss
Colombilan affairs, nor indicate what
coirso the United States would pur-
sue.
Section 4 of the Isthmian canal ar't
provides that should the president bo
enable to obtain satisfactory title .o
the property of the new Panama Oanil
Company and control of the necessary
territory and the rights necessary to
the construction of the canal from the
republic of Colombia, he sihall mtaio
the necessary treaties with Costa Rica
and Nicaragua and proceed with the
construction of a canal by the Nicara-
guan route.
Reasons for Rejection.
The reason given for the rejection jf
the treaty by thi Colombian senate, It
is sahl hero, was the alleged encroach-
nient on C-'lomblan sovereignty which
its opponents contend would result
from the treaty. Tills Informaloii
was contained In a dispatch recelved
tlonzday night by Dr. Herran, the Cio-
lombian charge at Washington, fruin
Foreign Minister Ricos, at Bogota.
This dispatch showed that in its pr:s-
cnt form the treaty was absolutely un-
acceptable to the senate for the reasoti
above stated, and that I had been ro-
jcrlod unanimously. Incidental to hie
general question of sovereignty ne(cs-
sarlly was that of lease of the strip
of land through which the canal was
to be constructed and the debate In
the Colombian senate Indicated that
tlat body regarded this as amounting
to a sale of the land and therefore c(b-
Jrctionable. When the treaty was sub-
milled to the senate by the commltlde
to which it had uoen referred, seven of
the senators favored It with certain
amendments which they proposed, and
(le remaining two opposed it abso-
lutely.
An Interesting feature of the whole
debate in the Colombian senate and in
the committee's report favoring the
treaty is said to bo the entire absence
of reference to the question of Indem-
nlty offered by the United States for
the right of way.


HORRORS REACH THE LIMIT.

Bodies of Women and Children Choke
River Near Monasetir, Macedonia.
A dispatch from Sodla, Bulgarla,
says: The river near Moneastr, Mace
donia, Is full of the mutilated bodies of
women and children who Iave betn
massacred b, Bashl Bazouks.
A dispatch received Monday from
Uskub says that 600 Bashl Basoniks.
under the command of Albanian
chiefs, who are notoriously cruel, pll
laged and deatroyedt a number of
Christian villages In the districts of
Debra and Okrlda.

KANSAS CITY AGAIN FLOODED.


I _:


j


I








THE TWiok-A-A.WBK STAR. OAINESVILLI. FLA.


Lost Hair

m My hair came out by the hand-
lul, and the gray hairs began to
creep in I tried Ayer's Har Vigor,
S and it sopped the hair from comn.
lag out and restored the color."-
Mrs. Ml. i. Gray, No. Salem, Mass.

There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara-
tion as Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara-
tion. o1.00 bolltl. All drl.ltl..
It yoer ilraiiLgt Ct c1utri Piii lV n v11 .i I,
send us Olno iluilur tr iii| is ill .lItr ,
you u botllh 4.It 1 6ll lll id L, .li, Ihe i,.li .
SOfyoui near t. e l|.r..- .m ,il i,.. All.lriln ,
J. a '.... 1 :il t 1)., 1 | lll.l ira ..
....a m .., ....I-t a au-


Her Last Breath.
I heard a story tha. olthir -i.n wlilu
Is probably as old ni fliho hllli, iliIt.inli
I never had the lii k to Ii.lir II Ii for
It was of a soniouwlitt l1'iul'!i., tlli n'ta,
journey In very wiirin r it.,i nl An
elderly lady, soatil In (,lo ('n lir (if
the carriage, was proviul., wi!h liii
India-rubber cuiiishio for lia l r lr'illi
comfort, .but uinforttiirunly. owing rl:
the heat and rontilutl I r.l rllrc th,
cushion sutddetl ly x iiloldill. '.Tlo oli
lady was in dosrpnlr i \rt ,- Ito:ar,.
over the misfortlln to o tle indlba.:.
and again and agiln revortril to li.r
misfortune. 'Tut. wotnian," Snl.l a;
commercial traveler in nnotlir rrrner .
of the carriage. 'lit'.i It wcuititlh p'ak
inag a fuss about. Yti u\illl .ci It rit-
pairod in town for a l liot l,hi..
rence." "Ito' no' that I'nmi vtnil ahla.r
--it's no' tho prire. rlini'.i ra<4 sri.
ed. But the last fllel t ilint lar: waI ,
blawn up it wls )by Allniy l .-,.ii, al
malst wl' her v%-ry lna t lir-nlh. niln'
that canna ho rctlore-d' '-(;lnaG,\v
Times.

A WILL) RUMOR DENIlDn.
"They say your brother 'Will hans
jolied a sulihhlo ilib "
110h, no; tliul'a a Ini tnllre. I iill)poitJ
the absurd rumor grow out of thlie act
that he has Jlsit I loiitl n:i nluluoinc
bllle."-C-ilt i ... -.."-. I,

Encouragl.3i'j D .(cr3.
To encourage lut ful resldouces In ParIr the atitliorithoi
award throo goill riw.JIalai ntiitinlly ti
the designers of IIh ninist arlti-tl
dwellings. Tli owners .of tIhsc. hlioini i
are rolleve'd of lialf tlicir animal tax, i


i . .


Aiinscr-- No A r'11.I uiin'1I or hai blew
it 0ou -Ill il l lllr' lil ir

'T.Ii Stii fn iicurrl'nce.
Ai Alt 'lilbOii iiliit, t i ly tin rrled.
"'is :'-I t lii g lil; I wA ife's plunil.r..i 1to lii.
,,I fl 14.l. \Vliy, sli, Iv s so inl cllh
It 11i 111,:inr 1," i. I ijld, "1 on see,
hl\ N11i.! (ll ei I 1111 n 1i-rry II(,." Ills
fic'tlois till tigractl to this so piroiiptly
I liht I ,I-, I mail, siid ii i wlas as good
liq lilti tire iany iiy, iiid vWanerd tlu
tlilt I lie c'roJ\d -;AlIilsohii lohbe.'.

so103 Itoward. 100.
The rotlors 1o t.hl p:irper will bo pleamod t)
ei ill thall Ilnioruo Il it IoUltt ion drloiaded dliJ-
ti iia thatlil uu'ihqi, -i.t boon aitiblo to rureo n all
tIlntilul.i, atilr l that is t;.ta:rrli. Hall's Ulirtnrrl
C('i Ia tlio olly ioaltllvo ilero now krowa I
IIr lit loudl.jl fi oritilty. t'itiirrli bol t11 con-
t if utilonul dltiom'o, I ilulriM a oonstllitutionl
truntinmit. Itll'ai C';l:trrllu(.urle taken Inter-
niillv, aIl lirtI lroodly Iipon the blood lnd mu-
rouls iti.rfal'i o( ti o tlit -ytiii. tburo'Jy dldeatroy.
Inlg h fou11 lifti.ion 1 u tIdiOa..',tuil'givlIQ :
Illo ittlelltu stronul-h by buijlJtig upl tieo coll-
slltiluionl nill niilstlu.; n:ltirou In doing It i
worl:. i'i o prprrlotors hnvo to niuclh falthii
l lsr-,mtlvl Iliowtr tlintr thuliy ufor InolI Il.u-
drl UjI llt mr for aiv i'iHuo l bnI It alll t 1 cltro,
ititl tur llt of toatlnIoiullA. Aidroest3
I. J. laMtiu:. & Co., Tl\'llo 0.
Eo:il by IDrumqi-th, 7.3 -.
UliI 'd F11illajly 11il1i aLr Ilio bo t.
(Clilltl t roitillty In lio Wett Iillrc.
lii Itho ('-. t h l li it- IirliililllC uiortallly
I.n viry hio.i\y. As 'oII iL I lio clilldren
if Illie l,'ailis t c('-.uI tiiill? abomlt ity'3'
til allu\\vil Io (:it \vlialferor tli'y jilek
uI'. Asd .1 11illiitl It' tllt ulorcl tlaImu
hilf tut tihiii ll11 i i4in:iiy of 'ia lieluds
,l'tiL t 111 Yy r' I ,t i 'a ,i uld.


Fi )tl I ISH-WASHiINO.
-il of IlIt ia nrlltl, .xt t' li w.lr -
SWalisd t'vo'ld to dtsh-m l ut ila.
,. woire three large thrtc-corint'il,
hl'mi'oRt, hil' upper OiuI Ihroee I've't I'froai
ilit- Iloor. thli lower onl jista litv lve thli
Iillrlilnse. The' 1(wo lower shli v.s wea
foiir itchetan uiih'slls, file tlhor held iti
ein:lie'led trn'y andl l ni pa for dlshI-wn'ali-
int. A cunrliiln of yellow niid I'lilth
iiss tlIowl'li>l conlltetaedl Ili conitliils
of Ihi(t' lowtr luli'lvcs. Abotit eiglioeii
Itiultls allii'1 thli t lhrhd sli-clf wna 1 it ilx.
linch shelt', ruialintaiig around tlo cortie'r.
flor so:ilp, sodnl, iiniiioniin ilinl Ih 'II
Ilillds. A wic shelf se crewedl onto IItl
wnIllow sill ainswored for linnti' lilur
posts. W\'lien h11. kIltclit'i wns Cni drCn's
Nirndlo tlil.s shelf held a Ilowerluig plin:ut
nud the cookery books.
IlANDY SHELVES.
"'liuuliig flie citire lenigtli of tliI
roomii an tIl e ilIo oppllostrle tihe ga stove .
theree two shelve's, retspecilvly filur fet'
nud fivo fmee six lichlip f'romi thI Iloor'.
'rlit-t', wereP gililo\id int tliheba nll for
plitt,.'a ndiid lind liaolts for clps anid
Iutig.. Thiy hliol willow lpimi i'il hVut
iand vll l Illu 1IIs lllt t ll f dark' hirt. oit-
n111iilhdt WnIIIr. sUIo60 bLrau8 It1ruys Lnd it
copper felkeille.
('Olhil" It'll It uIt Ic.


sll' of tli t gli sto\vit', lit it rolivaulI lt
Iihvr lii. wt't. fa:lsll. ,l td w I noii ili bioxes.
IllM i I it-illli lillv ( Hiid ldooil l'., 11li11l 1oili-
tiliiliiig ti(i lipply of dry ll.' griiI'la's.
eCIICl kItid III n litla-m d galllt N .1 j:"ir. Anll-
ollher hox, wifh oneImulf liri (tl ter fast.
trold n ni111111 thi' ollh ir litilf liln i I. \Iwlis
sHi'cure'' to t11i. olIl.shle of I he wVIIllow
sll, su thaI t tlin ti' o 'r i'asi l Jlst ti1l JI
Iav'el witl Ih t. ill. Tils n l ul n tt liulL
butler, nillk niid sucrli thilnigs, whiit Icu
coult lie dl nup n ed 'wlIli.
KCI1TCII',N EIJ11U Ii'M I:ENT.
"T'lr fultl 1lltatu (of till' Illt lirti ri.Iislt-
'ld or nil a iiUllig tlillh a of tl' t- irtl llint
cali t uLt tu'iviu, i l ) IL tKi I tIll i K 1tiuail
clifist of atlli\tlrH to hIoltl ttowIl.I, ii
splint rocltckr Iiil il a oHIc Hiimtil wII1l;
higs le iortn1' it l. A ll Ili, 1i l' iu's (if fillr.
IIIttl l're iII l lll' 14 hlIl'al, \IVeri 'r IpI ll lll'll
while liid liiallala'dl off wIlIli a (.Coni ol'
eliii iiicl.
ALL IN YI'LLOW AND W\VIIIT
"T'h i yll 'llow i tIIII w ile hll I 'lll n i ii'-
rlcl out ihi t ,ryllilhig.K Thir is
whileo 111 1c il I lithi w nlldow niil u 11i i i.li
urllaillii of 3'll iw amiid whillt' nlmi liti.
All tlie towvlt werc y.eIIoiw HIId w\lille
glais tiwellitng, 1id tlie llublldrms niail -tr
m'Sly wrOe 'tiverd wit i ylllowV itll
white cntilolitn. It wasn all i'xiq'silt lly
;Janly, I.iid Ith' Pntiueledt surfitu't.H Wtere
eusy to icce cleann."


HER 8HOES ARE LARGER.

rTh Athletic Girl Is Buying BIgger
Gloves, Too.


.Yes. 1
nomlcal
\O 3 EHoLO"What
girl?"
RECIPE g ".w'y
RECIPE- s:'.': hIr cand
l -,ox. l au l
T. l nrollhd Tomnnlcn--Cut niedtiuml t ie Nowa.
SM rs. Flughson, of Chicago, whose l,., tiin i.,s In lil,,,n; 11 noto, ,,t''
l er high tei; lIt li n ot et bt, i a. a "u, FlITSper
letter flloo s is ani other wo ian in igh downi; hlst hwit Rl. t an, d pr.i'-' 11,il ne..aftoer
Siroll over lr a lt c a- Irt e I lffllti i1intiirH; Nervollhst
position who owes her health to the use of wen tirue r lift to ahot .i liiler; tuour 1.r. N.lln.i
uls tiehtll ullter over tlheirn i d ft-'lt'. aM.lnliay
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundc creamn B.lcuill--ut one qunr ofr Iour ting s.u a
"Dr&Tn Mt. PtNl(tcu [:- I suffered for val,'C.';.l yc.uirl withl general In n howl; add Iwto lvel tenspoonlf'ils

"DEARMts .PINKK.aM:-I .Utred or, v4I) 3l1y appo- of balking lpowldr and one level lv- Nothing In
weakness and bearing -uWon pains, ilcaused ,y wO. l t ta llC. i y po- oonful of sil stir in hi alf up ol .iinlmm
tite was fitful, and wou 'leold m lic InLef for r i al, nltd nlnot n cup of asllk; cpon at f ut
until I seoemedl noro wleary il the Inorling tillla vaitit I l ctId. After cr',itly toas oIl n a eoui ofd ilk; ki l ut, eal flr tl
reading one of your advertisements I decilcd to try tli' i'il sof Lyda iah1ily; ot s Onil iit lourdtl ithniri roll l, al l lal
E. Pinkhaln's Vegtable Conilio!,md, and I nii t-o glail I dil. n ooh o c it hi s1 1null rounds with lllsc'lll( c ri- luIth sla riull
can describe tle good itl did IIn(. I tool lltuo l. alttct faitiutlly, and I!t.r. aid like it ai tlrur l lii nha I or just Iaf
besides building I I Ip my ,ci'Teral it1 allh, it l l't u 1i di-e d T poIEon ih'uld ov arit itvye Hoiuttl; Ihe dtoh
Out of my (-)lyv, and uI-na"I1110e f-i orp a-l aR rptv and -ti ptveL 1 a oslyllntg rL lo ll e00isot0. Ti hllu
Oits O T.y boty, and nia i ro lain tobe.,_ ml^ ^ i- Chto 3 4us.m.-Crnto .herc3 onnr 3
Mrs. Plillhatihun medicines arlo t(.rtvilly n llthe 11'ohee laiised to be; h ts 'l s-- rvnt thle poinct-
M .M.E. Ilua. lnsoiN, 347 East Ohio St., ( _hicago, 11. of clleesl.; irelit three leve li tillesllpoIn-I
Mrs. Ptnkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Dlsplements. f r a t t I e
Apparently trifling incidents in womnCn'e daly life frequent trulyroducn, ghr; tllcn actlc cce beld llntn tI'ro- rd i os.ak
dlspleeaoaments of the womb. A lip n Ilia etars. liltag during g menstruat.oni u'ilier; Ihen adild te hmtuti eggmlai1 In l Usuahakri
standing at aeountsr, running a owwoing m nchint, or attending to the most oue Iailrai)poounfl of milk; bent all wall. At
ordinary tauks mrn result in dl(placrcmcnt. a iran of v rlousevilIs started. I ilorouigly; turu aInto a Ibuttter.al dish D an't Ai
The first indication of sucli trou let liot:ll Ie tie thignal for quick action. ad hake in a quick oven until lruim lu
Slt th coindiLlon l cr.nic tlrouRh Irlc or a mistaken idea u : P, i h,
Don' let the canditioa become ctrni throw eglhctoraaIe11h centre; erve as sooni as removed haris h
that you can overcome it by oxcrclle c r leaving it alooe. thie world
More than a million women have regainedl hi.lthl by ie use 0of Lyd Eo. tjointl e oullon t a .u of
Klkar Veget.hiC~omntpound. T01onlllO 4Bouillon--Put a tunrt of IsL.WII
If the slightest trotble li s ich you do nt understand plain useasontd beef tock over tle n,ll
write to Mrs. Plnkt anti, st Lnll MI1lss. for her advice, aud a few lIre. idd it piece of Itny leaf, a large
Witi y words fromn her will tiow o ti e ,lht tlllitngto do. Tils nli e of oulou chopped. a teaspouatul Dont a
m.gtl words orl w bay ^ advice costs you nothing, but it may mean life or happiness or bot h. otr oa .o n you
Mrs. Lclah Stowell, 177 Wellington TI allaPwit h ia nlt aofnd ploatoe an. aook l d not
to tatle-wlith salt and1 pepll-'r. Cook IIlonbJ
St., Kingston, Ont., writes: ,ill together for twenty mluntes. b It o b
"De,\n Mthsi. fPxrtA3|:- You are indeed a cIl iify. Heat the while and crusllhc It ibe
EAn MRS. ofnilkw what eI of n g together wlli Just heirs.
godsend t.) women anrid if tlh(y il knew -that t slell of al eg together wlh Just heirs.
you could to for tmend t.tlleroy ,well L no need tough winter to mix; then add to the
youf oul do. for teni sereh Ar oli'a in agony. soul anid boll rapidly for ten nilnutre; The keel
I sufftcr d for years ith Learing-dnn inswn stranl through cleeeccloth; rfheat and Is tha
womb trouble, ncrvo le,' nd exruciating Bead- serve with toasted bread croutons. For then
o, but a ft w bottles of L3dita E. Plikltams Prune s-Wash nod sonk one- The th
h, Vegetable C'on lltoltlri made life look quarter pound of prunes two hours or
noe and promrlsbig to mc. I nm lightand rmorp; put 111ien over the Ure and cook But, oh,
happy and I do net know what ickners slowly until tender; remove the stones When
is an t I now enjoy the Ictt of health." anid rul the prunes through a a rnlner or then
Lydia E. Plnkhnm's Vegetihi or sieve; add n little sugar: cool and Love's
Compound can aly oe rellcd upon to r reform add the whites of four eggs belatn --Fel
he lth to women who thus suiTar. It is a -dow feerig, wek ry slff; trln Into a birttered meloo
the wost forms of femIle complaint. -thlat bearn oin fhe onlen d lould; stand In a pan of hot water and
bask, telling and displacement of the womb, inf a emmatil o themors froIm t ~ake stanly unll a n of hool d w er ven
all UrqTbles of the uteris or womb. It dhisklvon and expelt tumors from i.o tinke sarwly until Orin; cool tnd nerVe
ul taotable of the uterus or w opab. U.lt ansd cheks tendency to cancer- ivltl a castlrd aude with tIe yolk of .
At35 la the early setagbd u i devel noro rostraon, and tones up the the eggs, one plat of milk, two table
o sqra. It bdup rc ord o'cures is greatest In the world, sad spoonfuls of suanr, a pinch of salt, ann
r. s1wtem. I ca ncv. wihn rool add o e t epapoon of rv atlli
td h ewit Io.flsnune. sl~ -iXrset oa Is Ole lessoIn. or oralie rind
.aie. Fifu I
40soo WNrWs. rl3
n.


Nrves arid Breakfast.
The longer I live the more conS HOUSEHOLD
minced I am that breakfast Is the real
cause by more domestic friction than MATTERS
can be accounted for by dnere Incor p
patilbllty of tonioer. It Is not In hh. S
man nature to be amiable In the early PLAN OF TWO WOMEN.
morning. The p itrlnrchal system by
which four or five difflront branches A Few Senslble Buggestlons for Light
of a family live under one roof could Uousekeeplng %
not possibly contil.uo abroad wore Eleanor Allson Oummins in tile lios
the various fanillios obliged to sub- ton Cooking School Magazlino says:
mit to the breakfast test. Your "Some one, whose thoughts are turning
father-n law, your mother-nolaw, hopefully to light housekeepilng, many
your brotli'rl n law and his wife, your be Iilerestd ii kuowlug how two woiu-
sistiar.ln.liw until her hiisbanid coitntmn ct titted up their tiny kitchen ou the
plated over a dislh of poached eggs In third floor of n city house.
the early morning would be Impossl- "It was a hill bedroom, ix feet wide
tile, but by nmilday we havb burled d6rr "and about unne feet long. It was a
savago Instlincts, .asismed once moro fsleaity rooni. Thcey waii 'd It to lool
tho Christian virtues and Are pre- cl"''erful, anti tley ilannted to use llur.
pnred to face the world of relations- "willow pinttern stoueware, and nipant
In law with rtslignatlon and perhaps to keep a good deal of it il the kitlcenl.
oven the s,'mblance of appreclatlon. boti to esae simnee un the dining ronlo
After all It i, a greatly Ihing to bi born ttit to economuize stels In getting their
Engll.li; It t aclls us. tio see thoe ia- IllllIs. So ithey hnd tlhe walls Iaintled
Ilis if ouir inatlioln l inst itlons ani d Ia c learl bright yellow aind lthe colllig
ill1 Iipl.l r nitnihodl nf oroign o n. creamll. 'Th1 Iloor tlipy covered wlltl a
lilo-ni 1ny 11 alu in ho nltter o lf ilnele an lld while olclolh In ia ile liat
I'liril.r -'A Ci:intess" on lEnglish I(orn.
('tliio "Utinder tlie gas jet. at tiie shll of Iliti
roitin, tlicy land It withl !'helf, lit'ee feet
longi,, brnchkeed to ile wall. nl iitt thlire
AND III. \WAV\.'- Il.iR r, i.f fir lio th lo'or. On Its IInderr lide
MnQii.lry.- H, w did young -Hcrltaq w9ole hloo onil whblli silucilenns could
eIa nill Ilit ii y.7 It, Imug. Above It were fast ned two
Anser-- (;,ia un:l'trow hIelv es for1 condliinitis iiiL1
NICQiiL.r) -- o'i in-il ho wV.i en. oftliar tililgs 11io t usOd III getllngs I
Bni,-'l II llic ilfuiifiii luror f gas? fiiiil.
S1.. 'i .n t..It. I


Snnly cre for flwollen, ihtmartlnr
ilng. Hot, Hweatljlg Feei,Cornn and
Ask for Allen's oa)t-Else, a powder
en into the shoes. (res while yoa
all Druggists and Rhoe Stores, 2o.
sept amy substitute. iamnMplIa Mnt
irMes,Alln B. Olmsted, Leioy,, .Y.
as the biggest debt of l y city in
It amounts to 400,000,000.
ulow's BoothlngSyrup for ahlldres
softeathoe ums, reduCes Inflammi-
spalo,aures wind eoll. S I, abottlu
allow your darzling prospects to

Sbelieve Pio's Oure for Oonsump.
a quafl fnr oouh and ooldc-Joa
,Tr Tdty 1prlnir. lad.. Feb. 15, 110J.
tter to put on airs than to cut ofi

A ROSE SPRAY.
nest pain a lover knows
t which kindles In Her scorn,
i he finds above Love's rose-
lorn.

what ecstasy Is born
She a tender smile bestow!l
i he finds above the thorn-
i rose!
Carmen Iln Auguit Srart Bet.


THE SALESWOMAN


Compelled to Be on Her Feet the Larger Part
of the Day Finds a Tonic In Peruna.


The a
praise to
noting I
grown 1
ards to
The b(
his mod
and It ti
But the
brought
linad an i
natural
exercise,
.. The a
an entire
partnien
never a
tior or
womie'n i
lislu thr
thioso 0
sports a
but the
women
81, anUl
girl of t
she wou
got It.
In the
faihlona
shces II
clanugo.
over tho
In tho
fashion
sloioa rn
to boot.9
long to
for atRhl
dretin as 1
aprnKg
roaily to
Clovc a
co'sorls-
nndl Ihn
nndl 7V, I
linvo ti'e
aniilds ar
longer Ht
lug hor I
small fo
coach or
hands )n
thing ti
ton Star,

Amer
Wlien
plactiCl
lbrldgos
Unitod 8
good oE
nllowing
their Iint
tain Air
intYo thr
stock.
plitadiIul
wore pr(
eatlpnt a!
rolling s
ways. D
ly boon t
surely ot
compl)u 4
tlhe ino 1
dredger
out tho

tlhoer, a,
AinerlciL
threalton
goetlon
It n ust
nnionig fi
old tfi) a
out vhlion
t,) Invllo
Iniurely di
to) bit eO
Ilrltllh iD
otat-of tihi
Irali oln
ilnrly clh
niand flir
that the
roMqi roat
reqtiredo


athletic girl of today is a sur-
people who have not heenl
ler developments. $he ha'
beyond all recognlsed stand-
clisolral dimensions.
ootmaker still calls a B shoe
el, exhibits it in his window,
a a pretty little thing to see.
athletic girl who has been
up in a family whoro she has
opportiunlty to live a healthfull
life, with plenty of outdoor
Slaughil at such tiny things.
thlotl girl has brought about
ro change In thu hosiary do-
its of tho shop,. There was
time when there woro prot.
more extragavant things for
n the cobweb varieties of fine
cad and Hmll. Womrn woar
xpenolve things for outdoor
a well as for dress occasions.
sizore have developed with the
who wear them. JWhi ro 8.
9 wero five years ago, the
today wears 9%. llb, 10, aliid
IL often wear 11, If sho could

shoo shops thero In tho sanin
ble shoo store spring heel
lero Is 1the same notlcrable
TliO boots are made to go
10 and 0lt silk stockilngR.
missess' ilepartment" of the
ble shoe store spring heel
tgne from chilron'i sizes tip
so big tlat they nilghlit Io
yilung glarites'- s. They nre
'tic girls who aro kept chll
jong na pri silelt and wenr thl
hool hoois until thoy are
ar.iao their how to society.
alivo changed with other nc-
Sof the feminine wardrohe.
woll-blillt girl wears 6O. 7
In plncte of %. 6%% andl i; Ith11
in worn. For one thing, her
re not only largo, but shei no
ops the clrnilation by squeor.
hanls into a glove a size too
r her. She cannot tool a
Shandlo eia automobile witll
Sa viso, so she wcara some
at is an easy fit.-Washlug


Ican Energy vs. English.
the Egyptian government
a largo order for railway
of excepltlonal size In Ilio
taltt, lDrlllgh makors of such
eusald their baclwardnoas In
the bulllness to lip oill oif
rde on tho ground that coer
erlcan firms happened to
n very things requireol lu
Tho samo extlnulatlliit wn
wlt n Anmtirl'nn loronotnlviv,
oferred to EiiltllHh wlion r,
rose to iIncreasa at once Ili'
itocl of so nio llurmose rail-
ut two now orders have laftr
lent across the Atlantic whlili'
ought to havo como within Ilit
of Britlsh achlovemetnt. Iu
nqstanco, a gigantic Ani'rlcan
will shortly b he O Hti moooplng
bod of tho 7hnmeR to an In-
depth of four foot. In thi
doz.n mnitor omnlbuaos (if
iL dosign n nd Inautitfnctii:'
to add to thu existing con-
of traffic In I.ondon streets.
certainly eriato an Ide0i
IroelgnrSe that John Iull, oft
rolf-holpful, Is getting play be findH lilmself constrainril
Anerlican naelstaclo In str li
InieOHtl maltirs. It wis niol
xpoclrtd, of course,. tht aly
rruu would k]uop In dlrtoci siili
o.way goods ill their Anilor
liotltors wor. It is sathl, snim
rcimetanced wlioni tho alp
It arose. Thn difforenc wail
y at onco RdlldrIH(id thlirl
id cnorgles to slupplying tlho
articlea-l.ondoa Olobo.

OR OHEEDY.
lalwood, I shall marry an oro.
girl."
do you call an economical

onn that wold rather have
y in a paper bag than a fancy
buse you get more."-Chicago


nanently oured.No nl ornervous.-
nflRt day' use of Dr. Kllne'a Ireit
orar.St rill bottle and treatlsefree
illsB, Jtid., 981 Aroh Hi., Phlls.,l'a
is time favorite day for commit-

Tlho Slmniner Ilalll.
is more rereahl g or invlRoratinff
r thla a dally bathl. Vt nsoft.
ur and good soap. Ivory Hoap In
lih bath; It le pirmo, lithorn quickly
a the skin nolt and white. Thai
ll bho takin tarly Int the morning
'ire rotlrlng at lllht.
ELr 4Abn I1. Prasru.
uIe of Representlativei coats 83,-
'ear and the Heteale $1,400,000.
Ute Allen'* reolRaaIi.


CURESEE

NERVOUS NIADAGHESIA fl akg
G uPUOINIE CUES-T W M
ASidOTIti,~~~UV A Large lsiI Paoksls
6 Aind 809TIERN ole IVINIRVE
25 aOm B nd dOe at DrugstlVor.
iSUWlgsa.keu rr W1)W?1WUPPUP~t9_IR 1


A NEW SPECIALTY vFO In O
Infteniatil lanit1nt h It l the lly
to llwlial iolllsilll aLtd vilo1.
Innaiumllaiuonmua laie. Plaie
c'altrria callinll esIi w h U.
Paamlne used no a w&otlnal deehse Ia ea
reviutsllaor lin fsomblmell rlernmln clanil
Imulllc g iii I ai Itl bli *ll ludleMet retniL
Is IweirsIramlti rllil lit fIn tlll0 ltu a l Id I Vlaluluable.
lnsfli Innflalllim lloi a d a uiirm l II dnllaiira' l
Nra.wr allteo ti cure Saval Oamiatl).
V ,urn o ntllirle ltrspilraltl *n M tiO a rra nti l id feel.
(.CIMin Wro Glirn.i. AIreAs Mtmllai 1inl ue yi.L
A a Iouutli powder n.tlhlas rglqnlea It.
nalitrOTu il iart IIalS m eo fle (lim niu ll whlillrni
tUltel ihet. tinakisa WalA l lhrralm Iw"i' l suri t i-llr.lu
irh iaaeiOnflletltf l rlrm-n pl.l.ir"ll Pr"o
(losIt At Whi emltel temslrr- it for I.rml'aiulitIU
river 4dlssovered, We lahai tet Po heir or
SarMtL raese II fllled t- t urr.
To prolvallllhsM wewilll nall Iate irfarl paLsesl
wItl book of issletlitnatlonm i.lsilul y res. Thill
1l ni a Iltj illl ilo. knit rrujil1iih ..li i lllnro Ulyone.
At ldrulssole ormenl t .l pai"d hly a. o, 0
*als. mai6n. oa. mi.esnufl.tlmniall.,lrenltld.
Fhol Il. Iasle.i xon..si.. IItnoeIass.I


lThe Union Metallic Carlrdge Co.|
S Brdgeprt.Cee. ATLANTA COLLEGE

... .CUREv Physiciansnd Surgeons

S Dro sps'' o
Gives
(|ui nk Fine lt Ila ralorla'i Ii Ii t P l ar i h.h Ollaluaal
i Re|lief. 4vatlillae unriarll all-'l nr lltr 7 o Iour;l n
|e fu Roall n i, l ant nal wniliy tm r Ias alnaaL. ree-
I etinoven aiT wrlllg lal 8i oo 20 M lonit ble. Wrlit r fr rciilolste.
days; effect a pfrmianentl cure W. l. KN IItIH llean. AtltIsfQ
fInSoleo adly, Trlallrelimrat
Write pr. H. H t ieen's eons AFCO Fama
.3 s ePllell. D&Ix B Atlanta. t ire. mlaks WlAK V

The Effervescentl '/ "r",ta
always reliable le \ lPl t -iaP
MorningLaxalive a If), f o .r 1,lhL M a ii rI i
( ompa P.O. B ss. IManvwilll, viarl .
cures sick stomachs -.~a di aign ant w id l in everr towl.W i
and aching heads.' -Oth name of tl T w
TLe"klrraomat3 Jy ., NwY,'I wrIOlvy thn e roadmo trll'rtose r whl.'
Ii~i,. *rrmi c.. Jsv Us., Mew Te wrltng io ddJcrertlesr1@. U4.0 8O8


IIf You Pon't Want

CURLS Il YOUR HAIR


yOIl D r WAI'NT
Carpenter's OX iMIROW PONMA0
tuiw ,n i r IuiratlllSoS

L1-. Strn. I llimn W.r I "o rll .
A ,tIf '- il ,.Ir- i.ll.l a i l, 't It H w, evill 4and It by
I.i. 'mll t n.1 l 1t ll l" i,

A..llres., CARPELN rT & CO
I.o:lsville, Ky.


1illmlus 'Ii lulltl esare
lh. Ill,,,,td y llpopsla

,AJri l', i1ii l. haive io olen
bi..) ii. Ihe United
I li, I t, si1gile
.iij i..< lry lll ess
arlsing finlil n i '-..nI .I .l .t inch is
l ll>-V.(4 l l'r ils l I 0, 1111R u1 P SO
st a i i t I ., I t 1 1 'i w t' w l g hi s li t e
ftili''a iii -ii 1 i, 11 t i i ti i;%ii,' it ia t l '"o
fi lllli II, r aI II II 1\ In I a r' l-y It'l "
tin 1, |l 1 i 1 i t 1 l~1 1 'lll l f III
hcilt h If I I .' I ,,i 1 ,,,' I,, i- ll,- i ot
c 'i ir ie l y i lt ,.. i .i l ir r l l l ai n a
' nl lf ha-1 1. 1'Y11 -I' i.ih1 1. hli fi0' 11 1 11111111
speai k Ihighl firu Ili'"ill A 11 l'atl'rlitdt
sell thl ull. '1 11 II1 I 'I r ll.:irlt age ati
enoughli fmi ll l m i 1:1 i y 'iii ;ilutoni, and
Ihe I'lnliillI I: h il!', 1 l. l .' ('* lll 'I ont lltn li
it I niis ho1il u la\l l'y for il .ylr- t. One
gel nteu'illy gi ~\ : il 1 f t \lilihl twtulity
11til l ..(R.
Th i lmGreatlar I iitl nd West Line
ACROSS
Siutoas iUf ILU IIA


ly


Ga


,'i

i:?


1 1











II





?
i.




at


BEST IMPROVED SAW MILL ON EARlif
Large Englns and Boilers egupllie
promptly. Shingle Mills, Corn MIll,
Circular 8awe,8aw Teeth,Patent page,
Steam Governors. Full llne Englnes 1
Mill Supplies. Send for free CataloguI.


AadW M I l'.l rlOtD I0 I tH
withIle Univlerr.l Ior) Uaiis tlaerl
c. -ln-c \'rlnl-lr liw d llfr AtiVIlIA< V. m ri ivi 11 1
ITY AND BANN Dirrnrif.rili.t 1rte for ll
ilPo rltlive 4lrenilnri. blanitcitota i red b
BAjl 1O \\ I ONH KH.on tol .lQ .


HEADACS
"My tiilti I' lmi betea s; i fp als s
for 6l14 Ial Iwai. atte m na ever eu q5
vit10 uInll he began h oron :C anawemus. I5
he baa be LaO1 i M Oi a hI e be&Devoehit b Ig
ibm htiduclm.T they have eautraly Sraud h114
C:ameras do whot $ou rocipman theu Im to do.
will gtae y iu e u9I49 IVe of using his amIs, a
Al. .i lakeh.t IM f ate., W. Inila ospob ai

ba0 t Fo r'
1%9e BowWS~








string SRexedy Co., o
ANNUAL SALE. TI&W
Ilrrfl uQ lo,~J~l I~I B AIYWI j"


I


No n rr0Ia u l.N 'raT A aN.%Is.n ,1anatur sI'r .
ridges in all calibers hit, that ill Th rty-tvenhlil rt t airit i..uon iliariupur t t
odllllag. V' lli,- t. i ew l 1i,a l i ik i tmi iia- t-eIarsL.
and strike a good, hard, pene- a1'%itU'. N'r. (lu. 'oL ItAt.tl'illanslTelal .
ic kind of cartridges you will get,
the time-tried Winchester make. ATLANTA COLLEGE OF PARMIACY.
FIO DIlANpAtiH ry, tkillV uoallOge iii the I 8. op
NCHEUTERU MAICB OP CARTRIDGEB. rating ill. iS ta)niat oma ArBiaduatlD
ur.im t r t imlll. ta il t illu )' AtlIdreps tiS .
tIiL P. I'AYsr6i ithll hlrels &t illillts, ais




Littleton Female Colleg

4 One of the moat prosperous schools In ttlo 5outht, ith a high y
,1tnaidard of scholarbshp. located at a very popular Sumnimer Raort.
std with a Ilrge pntruanage from lvo state&, exLirndliKd tioti New
4 Jrsey to lIorlda-an Instltution that is doing a great work.
We will take a limited number ul pupils, including
Board and Full Literary Tuition for $5290 o
per terin on condltlons made known on application to
RI:V. .1 In. RHODIS, A. 1F., Pres., Littlaton. N, C.
41 a-#s''A^ ^As 0L13(a& .......


:. ,., ''' ~': J.':Q
.I ~~I
r ;I, I~


L IIL


_II _~ __ _E~ _~_ __ ___


lotao d ill (Ise h end or pelvic' rgitrni, Iii.
O N Il-1 (f niai i rIto occur.
'I-li hIllaircig of niicati s cllotlil.1t,' It
i m I !ii .dIII; ( Ito saePtm cannot linag
I' it Ii'.i~ii~ t div liiit (if mmm401. fictii'v It IA
N4 I lii n i t'illmit-teli witl catarrimnt a int'
'~ l elli curtain. I ii al'jnrtiae'm I Iai bA Mil l i1 9

H a L rjg g -tod St I Ilkr 11e A Iall t. I Vr.1 i.I IIiiq' t "1.,11k b e I -1. .. 1 % li. Itj t )itM I Nu a u

l nit it i it'it p art 1 I@ 1 LUao -am,, i aI uaes aa. lAil.]. \Im=t i~a t hh. Tii tft
1-1 itol Ut a l rla e, i a ndall i lir 'D Eta Zl l jj M'IIII I.II 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 Dimitt.11. Ni i ttioaa
lit In) ia.jl D il aimt / MI (111m, 11 I t i1o0lt L Ilyiata ia' it ilmr) V I tit also
all helm a 1i-1116 a112111 l heltUpperiha lyg l a laala,
th 1-0 Iffih, lie I# e it 1 (1-0 DO111 11. 1 1111111011 1. 1 fivem, Ilo
C- it lly y I14 a l'tilt, i I'll11 .1 t1 111-0. kit I c Om llu
ki a' 1'. n llii a n t bao b IA a' I hD llDIt '.t 'hs I l III atIII hJb I, '1 'Ie 1.1 I'll .' --111 I( CiII liuau011
14,10 h: lot (all 1 19,011 fleet mt j,1,41 11011U. I Flil) e111111 livil1 .1".0 lilt IO 11I ertoll m l re.
*110o1l 1l"t-1lrl1r e tit bt fiebel IlIFLediviP lle lIIU iell lelic11Cd./16 .- hilT ICE It. Dim
Oil fleet 11I110 i l .~ tl /1 U t at h t 1 IMi'i4l i'fD id. i t. If .'ao I Jo not derive promil I t andmatid slate-
1`11 D' to Idafomiii i a ( -1 CIt-l t,(mI .t ii 1 111i11fiom t tilt %ISO )I lle 11llm write
Ill lil. -if 011111 li p)r. Ih a rt anrflls te-
~ipt'ing is L4~ 1 i I ,i\ti I.,th Im al 1 11 o u c e l hp will to jeamaed to
iiiiai jttllia4 t 'ho ii'" I t iit I-N .4 oa1,11. tlu At%%' N~li Ie lu V11111111 1141) tilriO trtllia a
I 11aill, 1 illl1ia l( II %,t tilt' ][III-M 111, 1iii i tiiei Ii 13ri imn, i a I Ie nt of
I tit- 1,111.111'.4 .. k ~XI1* l~l 1~111,1110(11 : 11 Ih l Im n -N o a iu C lu b s







RRIFM PISTOL CAR.TRIDGZSj
a' It's the Rhots that hit that count.1" Winchester


Rifle and Pi(sol Cart
> they shoot accurately
treating blow. This is th
if you insist on having t
ALL DALERGO BELL WIN


Poataqe In the Slot.
T'h1 h lte(,t nolllivall lar iif t f ln ti In
r plli r I I, f I pIt nllly Il1 Ilit .hist IH r .ia
ported froinl f Ai'tr'all. 111 In I>o
ofill-l'r4t ,Of Ii' CI('l nnllllllivW ll h11tho perI-
l M III tit i i'y w ill Ini iitriit t lie iilalh
t11 dro lli l h leilor i111t (111 llli, i llco of 1t
ninilillt i iint him plimin ly Into tla tolltir,,
tanul whiln thlli ipricooa In cnm ltiid
..one pntty p ld" will hbe foutid hin
l)'oHaiic l riit I hl to t alent to I)ho orthodox idl lnnip.


FREE STUART'S

To alll wli, sufferior to lie fIrtinida of lbibee
whii..iffor with l lihliiey, I Ever, il rt, lllialid r
Ir llii..irl Diliainp. a Maniille bttii n iof HIuil'.
1llii and i4il. tilen rit *iit Rt ltiim 'ri Kidnpy ialli
I.Lver tMallhtii will Ii hle it llllaolliltly froie lf
r1'l~t. Mrentllla thin lilin r AlIdrei T B' IIAIIt'
IlhU I M'h1- Ct.. S.W all sl Atllaut, Oa.



Good Pills
Aycr's Pills arc good liver
pills. You know that. The best
family laxative you can buy.
They keep the bowels regular,
cure constipation. L..,,. a:. .
.- -- ... ~ -. a
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful browner rich black ? Use

BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
rsi smg oa s ,,m cla. P. ,ia.tt, i p rc (j"|ii "


____ ___~__


4


-
.*
1-.


u


177.1


.'1






]
*?




* ','









i
'I


Southern Normal University Avery & COmpal
HUNTINGDON, TENN.
A. E. BOOTH, Ph. D., President. lI '(CIL ,,ih 'Il0
liiiil AVERY & McAMILLAN.
nil il unI rlillii lii i l I' '. by thy .h11 '. l-a' lr l'' I 'o'mllh N ... A'll n a,
illl I i Plu nI' illdl I'II a. I y l lll rl i l a ls m r., Al lli llil, O
li flillfll ,liri'illhit n I. ''iim. ,lll. l N 1..rl l| souh 1l --Am.u ilNIN M P--
of lihi' Htiuiiti rllatft iiai .r stu i u.. it amut..... it. ...i A i- | N T l-
NI'l I T'11I11 l hl rir l,.o w slitliallbll In Ii, Iiail. It nf
filui' iil lprtIria-t lirMuI lhiio timirtlsimil Fl itiii|MiAC H ll N ER
f.ur I ellhliliimg r o r iiiI y llir rl,, lr. lil.
(:ihi 'u 'lr u itf llll.l ,llP. M-al (lil 'rl,'a 'Vgi 'w rllllIK.
'Il,, riihl H Il.- ,. .ll il A rt, M -1'. a
it itliryi tlr .III ti ii 4 1 Ilrll-m l iiima1 llll illalm iLilmm
. ii.t... ii ll ii lil%- hl 1111111il11111 I11 tlit i Hlli II uli. lB
'iI ll, i l rlh f,,,iri,. f II a,. a', I t 1 ll a.r ,1111,111
I, II. II fI ll(iaI t- m rim ,. i 'i i ri y mi ai'Ilt ty I i llhtit
e'l w '.,I lllll l i ,'ll w i 'lt llllll. l lil II I 1 1 % ,1 $'111
ilhlil fll'r r i llir % I. .", 1- i r.'lll. 1ll1 .l liil ,IV
t ~lii IiY i I"ll?. r 1 I~,, I 11, Jl~lr li r li f I1 011), 111.1
Ail11 IIII1il I' -i'li l. II rI r llt'lll i' th I'llllh iihllnI
l ii lilltt hi tarll a t ill rit hlt ltli iiillat It- laluu .
iinM 11.1 inh vpilIII1 ini lw -
, i t ii i I (I. ii r t It i> ,ii] i rIIIII w bl l i tii'Ii'i i X ,'
"L~l I ,l11, ,4 1 l itr II ,,,ll l l l l ill h'l. ik"i i',l i'l" III
,.iil J ,ll l ... h iill40 -'II. II i dnIII I-h Ai0 iji' 1101` y i 19 1
('6111-.1, l1111i ji I M-i lir ni'llll ihit-I i h111 A IkMllm
i viii' i ela I ofill l o hl'n Il vl tliI W ll m IhuIh
|I,. iiil r c ta 1I4i r/i ii-lf rvu. I 'il t orm i iii1 "
MHItt 'JA. iitsli. AtaLlria TIm1 I'rlh'luIlt, H1i i it1K l Rellablo Prick Engines. Boilers,
.1i. 'n.___'n SIzes. Wheat Seperators.


i


1


INN MVlfk








0A R. OODWIN, Pensacola last Sunday evening an suits brought against Jno. 3 Stet- V ,

ditor an Proprletor. interest ng unitin meeting was held, son by Jno. F. Forbes and a Mrs. -'
..-- and a powerful Sunday League Mathis, for more than $1,000,00, n Stock, and are constantly receiv- '
r.e'otered April 21, ,,t Oc nesville was organized. .On the platform are about to be settled out of cour", "up-to-date" Shoes for Men, -
I. s,/ econ-class nintter. nler Act of were eminent divines of tne Bap- and to the astisaction of both Stet- IS THE PL AC E

ubs, he e.... ,,l rd y, churches. Addresses were made believed that the .case against Ster- prices and oI the best m akes. TO ,c. -
eyea a nhc riy and papers were read on the sub- son would ever come to trial, for it '
|.^ r00' y0 ent fo n oMnts, ject of Sabbath observance. and a seems to us that if Forbes has been call f l ,E TE giBlf
,.. Cents for Three Months. powerful and well-offllicered organi- slandered it has been by others, and -TA ,
A ". ...... RaT.. S.. nation was perfected whicitf as for not by Stetson, and we have not PrtiCilar atntln to the Ladies --,xT-
a Rear in revere type, 5 ceitt. its object the en~orcementof Sun yet believed that Stetson .would d Parcular antio n to Ah e L e 'A1
line for each in,,e'tiol, day laws. 'ever feel that it would be well for "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer- :O ,
Space for ti.playaladvertisemets priced Itis a shamp that sworn officers him to court a compromise. The ica" and 'Walk Over" grades. I ..
. on application. of the law have to be thus stimu- public, however, will, or certainly t E AtRA L
te=-.----- lated, or forced to do their duty, should be glad to hear that the a J. D / atheson, ,111 THOM
riforce all laws or repeal them. but since such is the case in many matter has been settled, or la like t e I HaLIIivln,
i rah'for the dn o- cities and tows in our God-favored ly to be settled, if the sttlement ha ad Letie1 gt fine ie, FIG W R T
le rack otllaw-abiding peons la. State, it.is encouraging to know has been, or can be such an one
pie ... s-l n that in many places the law-abid- that no innocent person wilt suffer. e W W Wi^ ^ ^^ ^^i c CgWXix2eMv ll e.M ]I
Have vou no opposition in what ing people are rising in their might LATER. Since the above was .______________________________________-_______
you are doing? If not you are do- and demanding that the laws be put in type, we have been assured T - .4. "t* 44 4.^*e"'t"f
ing nothing. enforced, by one who certainly knows, that I
D AVif there is a compromise belug con- "
Gainesviller people who are now TU SDAV'S D OLA. sidered it is without the knowledge I-
at various summer resorts will be Just about the time we egot off of the venerable defendant in the AN D 1 I
coming home soon. enough copies of THu STAR to sup- cae. It may be that the friends of WI
Gainesville needs more houses, Tuesday, the gas, engine we use to withdraw the suits against Mr. and Stets s* D. F GN
and now is the time for real estate run the press balked and wouldn't Mrs. Stetson, which-in our opi- and Ig but the ICg that n, .lts the slowest is the ICE
owners to go too building. budge for love or money, until we ionh-should, and will be done, but that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is tHe S ll
.a'uThe fellow who will not express got a machinest to it, and conse-S












an honet opini is to etlym e e le tti on his part would leave the original ICE manufactured by the
be the fellow ho hassue that outof-town sub-o e any nearer settled tan it Success Ice Com pany, F
dscribers could ot get the paper un-












-. The good roads movement is til Wednesdpy. After this expla was just prior, to the institution of
certainly gaining ground in Flor- nation we trust they will pardon the s auits. fcI --, Slt Tes. A TI4 e
Sda, but the gain is none too rapid, the unavoidable delay. Maj. C. H. Smith ("Bill Arp") And which is delhveredanywhere and in anly quantities I 1
li G When the machines came he was yesterday con idered atdeath's A
If you believe Gainesville has said the "thing" was too full of door, and may, by this time be W S LI
.'.been a dead town this year just gas, and after he had let off the dead. He has been considered Wi tad
ke a stroll around town and note surplus the "thing" worked as well seriously ill at his home in Carters- A trial order that we may convince you
25this year's improvements. as it had ever worked, and we have ville, Ga., for several days, and his y that it pays to buy Ice that melts C l
Sman maybe everso anxious to decided that men arte not the only physicians say he may die at any -o
.the right prevail and yet be "things'! that get "too full" oc- moment. Millions of people in the slowly.
iad to o express himself, and casionally, and if the police find a United States, and many iI other W J
Jt of very little force balker "too full" they might do countries have read and appreciated r aHOM][E 4 .
Swell to send for our machinist "Bill Arp's" writings. and his de- Deliver Ice at yor door if you live in the
-SpJ; N. Coombs, of Apalachicola, friend, mise will be .universally lamented cit and shi -it to yo if ou live Oin any
been selected by the republl- when it coses He is a good man; s o o you live on any
f Florida as their leader in on. M Brown's platform s intensely Southern in his vies, a transportation o's ne.
"of Judge Long, recently de- ot being complimented very high. pial southern gentlema and ccess Ice Coan ETALISHD .
S ora bi e l State, but is it not reasonable to J F T TO N
iBtor Jordai, of the Punta presume that Mr. Brown can see- Some of our exchanges think F. W HETSTON, Manag-er, H F. D UTT ON & C(
4 Herald, can be excused from as the balance of us do-that plat- that the Gainesville Coffin and* 0l
ing. tuy fish stories for a forms don't amount to much any- Plaining Company should hurry up Gainesville, - Florida. -t
st after that picnic comes off on way? The gentleman whom Mr. their work and get ready fora large % -Otton Departm ent, ^N
$ 5.th inst. Brown would like to succeed in of- number of orders for coffins about
ar tokto do't sue the ice went into office on.a platform the tie the State primary comes --------- -- -- .
aprietors of the Metropolis for ion that nominated him, but did many dead politicians about that
hesday's cartoon Messrs. he stay on that platform? Well no; thie. In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Ouantiti
c rter and Russell can feel ale not exactly; he fell off, and so .... .. I
r hereafter, sprained his ankle that he won't he It seems that the Floridn, press Advances made. Warehouse charges free.
o ordinary laborer can very able to keep up with the other fel ite toe b letter or wire. Correspondence solicited
i support two families, but lows when he sets out in the race be the aext president a the a ited
"n'y a poor fellow is trying it- for the United States Senate. tes, are so slow about deciding too hed if our e ee999 ee
wegto support his own family If the people who are making question that the election of a pres- T T ABSTAC
Sthe saloonkeeper's. ugly faces at Duval county's brave idewt has to be postponed. We take pleasure in THE ALACUAl COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPA
A lawyer mst feel very man W. J. Bryan because he is trying ---- announcing that we have e question of title a first consideration for the inest
a hen e tries to resort to trieryn to hve the Sunday laws respected ew men whoever occupy places e quetio of title a t conideration for the inves
e .nhe trie to resot o will only think for a oment they of prominence ate forgotten quicker just put in a new line of tt Tj( To any pieceof lad in Alachua County
:wilflly .murdered a whole family will know that he is doing his thati are the vice-presidents of the Moulding and the latest TAES RETURNED D PD. A business given prompt
Sfor the sake of plunder sworn duty, and they will honor United States. The only way to improved machinery for C Ateton.
Shint for it. hose who would keep them alive in the memory of rB. R. COLSON, Man
From all sectionsof the State, and have him allow the laws violated the people seems to be for the press. making frames to order. uits.e ,sas6^&acS 9-,>e>sswsa
from other States, comes informa- would have hi pejure himself, det to ie. e expect to carry a full i p
td bto tho the effect that ast Floida A nw that is too bad to Hbe eSfpred O w Our line of mouldings and quantie999 .
tttdents when tle school opens are mad at Bryan go off and get on Bob" should stand aside and let frames and we invite r fl+IlT Responsible Compa
y4gain e a big disgust with themselves, un. Gen. Bullock's nomination for gov- Correctly WrittenS
bee a n de ........ng r... til the laws to the enforcement of ernor be unanimous. your inspection of same. Liberality of Cont
1 Ok. No amount of chaingang remedy which they object are repealed. ---- ---We do not think it | r s IiI ulI ualDel Prompt r payment o:
H will do as much towards decreasing The cotton crop in Alachua il r Weomo thee ipn
the .umber of petit larceny cases Some of the cleverest men in county is said to be unusually fine, possible to produce more We cover these important points and respect
In our courts, as would a resort to Florida are commercial travelers bu tel the wet weather is now damag- artistic Or finely finished Solicit a share of your business.
e whipping post as a punishment (drummers) and a ome of them are ing it badly, portraits than we do. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIENT AN HEALTH INUR
,e s ecl crimes, ardent prohlbtionista, andt yet sTA ePRESS CgLIPPINGS. i t, .. i. t yo i A D A o


K f,,. .. some of the saloon .people and We want your trade and '. A -EII F'oE T3-
It has been suggested by an ex. their sympathizers do our drui- The Governor- ays that he willif th b k
e that all of the candidates er citizens a grave injustice by continue to do his duty. Is this the est work and the Victor Safe and Lock Company
.:.leave their guns at home when they declaring that they are unwilling intended as another slap at the lowest price Wil secure
Startto political speaking. It's a to work dry towns. This is cer- county Democratic executive coin- t we will have itOHIO
good suggestion, gentlemen; leave tainly true of whiskey drummers, mittee?-Apalachicola Times. The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties
your guns (and bottles) home. and perhaps five perOur Studio is always plating the purchase of a safe, or anything in that lit
your guns (atid bottles) at home. and perhaps five per cent of the
S Mr. Bryan is said to have bought other drummers, but in is not trite Savannah is breaking her own open to visitors and We b6x to a bank vault, will save money by consulting u
a twelve hundred dollar'tea, one of many drummers, for they are record, by having 105 prisoners in t atiou cheerfully furnished. Call on or address
Shore of which is named Roosevelt generally men of brains, and often jail, two-thirds of whom are colored ite OUr Order in pe -
"If this is true Mr Bryan will prob- men of character, and fourteen are women. Jackson son or by mail. Give us Cushman & Hi
If this is true Mr. Bryan will prob i of character. ville has a pretty good crowd also, a trial order at least.
ably give the ataimal a new name, The Orlando Daily Record has but has not reached 140, as was the a trial order at last. AINESVILLE
unless h. fins that hle is a balker, been discontinued because the busi- case in one time this month.-Jack- Respectfully, -*'- --..--.g-.--
When a brother falls hy the way- -ness iten of Orlando would not do sonville Metropolis. G-ARRTT AR.T ,0. 9 I
Spide-or on the side walk-under their duty by it. The proprietors -a-a- aiO, II
.4.the influence of liquor, he should of the Record will start a paper in We want a clean sweep at Talla- Rooms 1 and SV
be lifted up and give hunterss in another Florida town, and it is safe hassee next year from governor to Time able n ffect July 5, 9.
2:.the jail, whether he be a prominent to say that the business men of janitor. Some of those aristocratic miller m eange. Tme Table n ffect July 5 1903.
white citizen or a worthless negro. Orlando will soon feel like kicking dudes have been there so long that Gainesville, : Fla.
Jack v .. themselves for allowing the Record they imagine they own the entire o. 1. o. I N i.
SJacksonville is making atrami~:- to leave them. State and a part of Georgia and vxce i Dptl STATIONS. Dany. Dt
ments for her fall carnival already, Alabama. Let's get rid of every
aotWhen this fact is considered S Are the Sabatariaus increasing one, even if we have to send them --
whenthis fact is considered iii in numbers as in power? Or, must to Congress.-Taylor County 45j.pM. Lv P.M. L AM Ar P.M. r.
uectin with her well-kow we be Sbataria whether we will aed..................
goaheadness, what else but a pleas- %r uot?-Times- Union. Heraldr. ...
-success can we predict for the Yes, brother; Sabatarians are in- W e dls ... ........... "'. ...................
inival? creasing ini numbers as in power, The comparison sought to be a I o .. .
I the Govern and will continue to increase in made by ;some between the slaught- V ................... iS ............ ..
the rnr f Kentucky numbers and in power, as long as er of te Jews in Russia and the ...............................................
dia mnderer and re civilization continues to spread lynching of fiendish brutes in the ... "- .... ..- 4
at uvlat No rth. U S sd i s eAr. l .. 0.Pot.. .. ........
.' ve hit p it would cause United States is devoid of either ....
o .r$ # at ofle North. May the many good men who logic or common sense. The, J ob P i t. ...' .........." t A
rbin of Indiana-a are candidates for office in Florida slaughter of innmocet peopleon a a
hlds ~Qer 'T i,' charged with a little later, find, so q hip. better something different fros .tdie :.o T O t
e.eryurder il 1 6 re. .t te rthis t ItiH must e d n o f o r el oub p I a ... 'T ... OE. 'i i 00 ^
., '. ..es f,.rther on. j*e b lar and informal tiet h ..
... When so -y e ,, f-,, ,.'" J,.
gol/l
.... I ,', ,..+:;, ,+,;,, ,: "' "{ ":'' ,:,''.i'+ "+'(+", ;'#'7' ,-' t.,: t,'" ,'.,- 'r" 'i + .p ',,,'." ,.. .'+,,' '.' .. ,:..,, ,]+. ."" v ', ,' "'' -'m


IS,,








4.
"* ,' x .' r n i
























O .


( *
e. .






t.











Y.1'



99,
0




..-





















ACE..
VILLE,
rLA









S0ttori

LeB.
Firm offe r.






inuppicatiw'.
and careful





Policies
rats,
f Losses
tfully "
AN =.


s contom-
te, from a
s. Infor-

ii,
F, LA.



y Co


ro. No. L
ully. D"%Pge
Sanm.y.

A M. Ai P. 3M.
....... 6 00
. '45




go0
i2#:: i,3s11i