The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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lnilappiiitRIs Reported in the Alaccua
I'l.ll il t ll Iist Il A gllll .it 21 .
"Ir 1, N. I'enicei dil fminiiv, speint last
-.l.i itt \Voitiini gtoiin Springs.
I .\ NM ,.ly of Calillac, was in Iol ji
Sit rI i% looking after bii.sii-ss interests.
Mr I;,-i, t.lis of fOainesville was in
I, >ii il11i Molii.a Iastt looking after busi-
He- ll tl, i\n -till the raiiis continue to come
.ll 1 ItI 1ok; a1 it ithe coton crops will he
Cl I,.. k c risidIleruble.

Eight Candidates -Nominatio i1t \ I F ut,-Eh, a member of the firm

Gives General Satisfaction
-Contest Interestitlg.

*I I il-'h ,ll i i split Sundiay in Gaines-
\ill. w lh I, (li hllily

I[ obedience Io cn>I I, ( h li tu11.111 III ,f iI Jr ilui'.il large brick store, that
F. McKinstry, Jr tiI i tl Il-,.i,,, II,- Ln ibr k w. rk ,sil be finishetl this week.
cratic E-F xecutlitve C( im llllllll i.i iii i'. j l
COUlt IhoIS iU ti i'l) ili '.,, .I i ., t ,i e ,
Scoum lt ouseaIII t ilcut ti0i ii\ iii lit I tiig-rac hands in Alaclun. a
p. t am., to i eterililn i i -, it .liik A atild ilo a lfie bu iness lieree Let's
was practical to liohll .1 > 11ii11-r117., a CiiLi lis, i,% t, '
a successor I ie l.ite 'C, .lI I llynamite
tax asse-ssor ou .\lA .lii i.,,-ii, .,i,, if NVitle. l 'I- rikuitg a itl sot e dyimann ie
not 'deemed pr.:ti.a l iti., I t-I- u l l- ullier e iI aIt naccilentallv explodldl
to select a pesotn to re-o.l)lltl.ill I Ii i\ -. t ,, "' at ilni. ingl Charley M martin, blow-
ernor Jennings i for apioti ,i lilt 1,a Il; tI "1 II i )" l. ii i haliil mi lnd i njuling l the
the unexpired ternm "li< 1ii hull
Comnmitteemein werest pit-enlt .,- fill-v NilI l'earl Vhietslone of Guinicville,
Precinct No I, W\Villo, 11 .L It p i l; l, I I., i a i'aitor to our little city, and
cinct 2, 1,at'ro.sse, \W M. 11111i li p i.. ict ill I1 pet.l s-e\ einl days as thle guest of
3, Alachiua, not repi-eiitellCi: ipit i 1. i 1 MI -s Mi N. iiirg ite anid Ethyl Olmstead. The
Cow Creek, J. 11. IstEl-r iil I" I t-I -es I)O,'-stea I ancomllipanied lby Mliss
Trenton, J. II. Martin: ireciil-tl a J1... .\'lit-t ilirne, will spend Stl iday at Worth-
ville, C V Ilc lueeii; prll .-iii I i1, i 1011 n m springs
ville, J. F. McKiniiu rv j i.I. t>n.i Iit .t s
ville, J. F. McKiitr, i.. tirit 1Ihis Proves Our Assertion.
lawthorn, J. L,. To, ii dcii I' ll, ,U i (iil ii.
SIslaniad (rove, 1'. f. Ilakei pret-.i, i lo A ;'\ g t ielmain aill o resides in a wet
Micanopy, J. N. Craig ; pretiiIt II, "11- ',iult w-s iin Gait i esville Sundgv, and
cber, G H Gilbboiih; precint I .', \ i rt iio t to anotller gentleman that he
dlondo, T. M. Venailte; l pre n.-eIl I. I ,ir- s%"tilt like "itigity well to have a
banks, J F:. IlDehea; piecincti MTI- Ir Ink 'I hii, is a Idryl on" said the
rose, A A. McRae; precinct i s, \' itso, ,.iIIT.. Ill.clail, "iIl 110 citha ce to get it
J L. Kelley; ,prcini iC I. ..ik,. \ .- J I. It vtu cii t ri a lliinl tiger." "No
M Tunrite '. nieliii. i- It iai, \V .\ i ," NT 1 ta Ilir .., tiir. "1 will not patron-

Strickland; pIn recinct i ii.,. ,I I. .i
O iteen; precinlil i.. il iin," o[HL'IR i-l ]
IH. H-all; prti-cu ct 2a-. Il .ii B I'
Sitniner,; precinlct 1i ,ii 1 N', il i I
Gay; precinct 2. C' ili p. lle I.
Stokes, proxy
A after the- i\ ll 11t il ] i ,
needed Io i free-ltii all i-.h 11. i Iu 1 I
advisatility. Mid prwiitiilhtt, -i) ,' 'ii 11 i
primary. v-ci.il a f ilih c t _.illliin l' -
re ered op)iliioInS. 1 the it j,. i i 1I

wII'tI .1 hlin lig er "
;i..-.rl-i, .I i y Sll e tlie ponllt? Tihe
, 1 i\i tuninlul ; relate 1\ i i lhiit halre in Gainesville, last
i -luin I s iilndl aIee to prove The Stnr's oft'
I I0n- .- :I.sI. ro1 thati g ood cituiens will
i it ,11 ritn/t lilinilI tigers Close all sa-
.i.-i 1 11 \ ia greatly tlecreane drlinking,
i-lI th.- i niii it 'Ioes, for gondl citizens
Lcu, ll, Il'< .I-l.1I:I L(I t", paIlr loni e lIlind
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the suggestiu of Ctan ii i s I Mt I % -
who seemtedl itanxiou it ii ll tiiI, .lk I carpenterr In The Fight.
to speak he lhearI- ..- ril ;iil, I. \ .I. CaIrlatpenter left yester-liy
who are ntot meitiber.- .f llth i i i 'IIt i It ctjuity where lie his gl one
expressed sole opinion-, ilIt *i -a ies ol lectures on (lie e\ils
A few of the c.lllllllt calling of a primary, lutl Iit-i -cr,'ii i '1 .- .. i. lif i hii allest andt l most effIr -tive
hle in theintinority, Fyi-I .ill v,, L I -.11l- i. ittili -' in lthe Stliat, ai.d moity ihe
to admlit that it wis nt L I '.r t -.1 1, I r i, i.tl I hi., o in soi Il giniood work ill
a primary anid it wias I c iA c li l l, t ,I 1 1. ii -il
peinmary, but Oioiiiliate onI 1.iiii ili., I. I I ri\I-ttl i- i tdry colntyl and tlie sa-
of candidates, anii1 leave it to, the i,, a i 1 i" la l" I'tlr i ire trying to get the saloons
or to appoint liii or ignt itt ll v1 i. v. 1 it, lit-it- Mr Cirpenter wits a power-
the co mlniiittee, as e Ie l aI .( ii a-'i ,'1 I 1 i..1- l w liten i r aere fighting tle sa-
tomedi to doing itI sit lir (t n ia.- in.i 1. i ii. ti- county help. d to drive
counlties -it seenedl to lie tIle I )rirv.ti li. i. tit ilii ilI lin l il tl his soice will be
opinion among ttie ci,_liin il tICe'-- i Il i1 I. lt '...I t. l.niliiig lie light anl colldlel nll-
the Governor wonllt pny I -), ltetilli,,ll l. a I t ll \i UTrol g ii go their rccoitnr eniildatlion little-,-" il cliijin < l Il all iliio .tl to hlear lihin will nuss a
to suit him personally. grea-t an-I gtld treut.
It was agreed that twelve '-vot-; -- i -- --l
jority of the number of preitl-.-si nit I I ColemAil Says Close.
be required to noiiiniate andi the follhiw ll -pity Slicr;lT II l'ikoson requests
ing candidates were then pl.iell iln lllniii The Siar to 1gie notice that all business
nation to be voted for Iiilti' in tinsity includingg cold drink
J. C. McOrew, 1'. A RIul1l an1 l I II. In1ti frlit stores--ntitbe he kept closed on
Peeler, Gainesville; W. W. Col.-on, ''Tien- ;idliilay herealter, or the proprietors*of
ton; J. A. Rosborouglh, Wi\ndor.i II C ii-lch places will be arrested for violating
Cato, Alaclhun; M. M. Tilliniian, Caiinil- I lhe Sliite Iw.
ville; and J. W. Smith, Micaiiopy. l elpii\ l'itaik o-oii Rsays that ludge Col.
For the first three ballois MNI'crew, ne iiln lihis kiven hiiin orders to arrest all
Roshorough and Colson ran close togethl- violautrd of the Suiitlay laws, and he will
er, and lead the other candlilates. Then ,o i without fear or favor, and therefore
all but the three leading calidluates were lie Ih.lsirt- to put the people on notice as
dropped out. Two more billt-ls nalIt M1i to wli itI Ilv iliniy expect when Stunday
Grew was droppeil, so that the sixtllh 'l- i o-iines
lot was cast for only" Colsoul anld Iist-For -.
ough, and Colson was iomllm-ited. Dave Hall In Jail.
When Mr. Colson's victory \sa, ani- )avi-l Hall, thle negro who was one
nounced he rose to thank the committee, if the first to lIe taken in by the officers
but confessed that lie was so ovel-lm\ed for selling whiskey here after the saloons
that he was too full for utteranl'e, but lie closed, anil who is now under bond
did assure the committee that should the awaiting the action of the grand juries of
governor honor the recoinnienrlntio hie the State and I'nited States cotrts-hav-
would fill the important office of a;i ,is- ing tieen baileri out of jail-was yester-
sessor of Alachua county to the vcr) i..-t Ilay ilorniing arrested again by policeman
of his ability. (romwell, for selling whiskey again, and
Mr. Colson is a young inlas, but lie is spelit yesterday and last night in the
full of vim and business. lie is one of city jiil. lie will be tried today be-
the efficient members of the County fore the acting mayor, and will then
School Board, and a high toned, bhonor- probably appear before Justice Coltmall.
able Christian gentlerian, and The Star
predicts that the committee will never Cyclone Friday Afternoon.
have caute to regret its action when it luifoilluation cones from the eastern
recommended hint for appointment. portion of the county to the effect that a
The. meeting, while it was full of life cyclone passed through that section Fri.
aud- interest at times, was harntolteous dally aftezlloont, .loing considerable dajn-
throughout, and its action seemis to have age to proprtl,.. but resulting in no
given very general satisfaction. h altuths of persons
- -The cyclone passed very near by lHaw-
Advertised Letters. thorn, uprooting trees, destroying crops,
/ List of advertised letters remaining in sld blowing down the houses belonging
theGainesville, Fla., postoffice August 22. to Riely Willias, colored, and did con-
19o3. Persons calling for same should sidterable ilanage to the buildings occu-
say advertised, and give date. One cent pied hy D. M. iBryant. white
is due on each letter advertised. t is said that a heavy rain accom-
LADIFA.. pailsed the s ind

Miss Mattie Brooks, Miss Mattie Black,
Miss Jennie Cook, Mrs..Miattie Myers,
Miss Annie Hazel, Miss Luler Lyon, Miss
A R. McCarty, Mrs. J. R. Tucker, Mrs.
MOllle Woods, Mrs, Lular Williams. Mrs.
Amanda Wright.
Jackson or Fred Collins. Chas. Mc-
NeUy. John Pennington, Stephen Tay-
lor f H. Thompson, Jae. J. Watson,
Arthur White.
G. J. ABrtow, P. M.
I'"iVI wr clothing cleaned at Owen
,ila p Works, 1Ju I t' f
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If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dings LUnIrallled IHair Growenr For
sale by Dr. S. B. Giddings. Gainesville,
and the I'ostoffice Drug Store. High

Asrsramne Socelty of the
United States,
ThaameIs hipuism, Mllagern,
JSaeaMiTlle, I'*.,
nW ehinusm Va..
John W. 1.

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The County Democratic Executcie
Committee Recommends Him.




i ii l l vr, i 1wrii. to asi I t I 1I h
wouil not he placing Judge, \Vtll in
qclite an embarrassing postliouli? Ajothler
idea I ear Is that the county will have
to indeniimify the whiskey dealers for lois
of trade during their hold lp, I wonl
der if there is a ian in thle county green
etiough to Ilt lie.e this kind of rot
0ooeKil r.

New Dental Parlors.
Dr HI. H. Pound of Gahilesville, a
young nlan who graduated in dentistlry
recently, has opened dental parlors in
the L'.ngle building, rooms 3 and .i.
lie will have an elegantly equipped place,
and his friends predict for him a good
Mr. Pound is from Gainiesville. and is
a young mlan of enterprise and energy.
lie graduated from hiis college wiLth
high honor's and will niake a success of
his chosen profession.-T'rinmes-Ut'ioi
Death of An Editor.
Charles T. Carroll, editor and proprie-
tor of the Monticello News, died at his
home in that place Saturday morning at
zo o'clock.
Mr. Carroll was a native of Sullolk,
Va., but had resided in Monticello Ior
over forty years. lie wse a wealthy re-
tired merchant, a gallant Confederate
soldier. a prominent member of the
Methodist church, and one of Monti-
cello's most highly renpectel citizens.
Jullus Krouskoff hurt.
Starke, PIL., Aug. 19--Mr. Julius
Krouskoff, a millinary merchant eof
Brouglton street, in Savannah, (;a ,
jumped from a moving train at this
place yesterday.
The result of Mr. Krouskoff's act is a
broken arm and a dislocated elbow.
Drs. Wjlls and Derry attended hin and
the patient is doing well.-- Alachua
H ustler.
sone to Ohio.
Col. H. D. Turner left yesterday morn-
ing, via the Seablard Air I.ine railroad,
or his old home at Roeville,Ohio. He ex-
pects to spend about a month witlil rela-
tivesand friends there, and thereabout,
and will then return to Gaineaville ac-
companied by his mother, who has been
up there since early in the spring.

For Sherifl.
To the Voters of Alachua Ounty :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the nest Democratic prfma.
If elected, I pri to dAcharg te
duties of the offlo t t he ry blseaof my
ability, lad I- ot toe ospport of a
rotet at tl .- ".

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Next Sunday nightl'.i unlionl service will
be at tile I'resCytelrlHl church, aind a li)-
liist nalmitier is expected toi pIeich. 1-very
Iod lv is invited to attend.
;iddingi' I lair G(rower does the work.
"'or Snle lIy Dr. S. H. ciiilla gsi, caiunes
villei., aid thle lPostofnice lilrug Ltore. lHigh
Springs, Fla.
II. (;. Jeflorls lndl wife of llighi
Spiings, arrived in the fit, yvesterldhy,
Huid ure guesta of their daughter, Mrs.
E' iterlim, at the Treniont hotel.
For a few days old newspapers, suita-
able for wrapping purposes, can be hlad
at Tilit STAR office for io cents a hun-
tdred lorty-five papers for 5 cla.
Miss Jauie McCredle, a popular young
lady of Micanopy, was in the city yester-
ilay to witieais thle marriage of het sister,
Miss Muggie, to Mr. J. C. Newberry.
,I. T Jones, Rocky Point; R. S. Bradley
and Ji'. MI. Ramsey, Wcahboota, anil Jmu.
lice j W. Smithl, Micainoly, were attnotg
the business visitors to the city itnturdny.
Mrs. Sadler. Miss McCall and
MIisr Belle Sadler who have been spend-
iig a month with relatives near-Fernan-
dina bhive returned to their home in this
FOR R HNT.- Three large cocl room
unfurulhbed lor light house eping with
privilege of bath, iin 200 feet of public
school. Mrs. R. W. Hall, 7oo t. Orange
lion. J Ml. Rivers left yesterday for
Jasper, where he has professional busi-
ness at court which is now in session
there. He expects to be alsent until
about Sept. I.
When you buy on umbrella of ua you
may be alnolutely certain that you get
what we say you get. We stand back of
every article which goes out of our store.
L. C. Snith.
Mr. R. I). Spivy, manager of a large
naval stores business at Benton, was in
the city Sunday, and went from here to
Rochelle, to ee Mr. Moore, who ts also
a naval stores operator.
Have youtried Giddings' lair Grower?
Others have tried it and pronounced it
good. For sale atK. B. Giiddings' Drug
Store, aainesville, and Poatofflee Drug
Store, Iligh .prings
Dr. S. B. Giddiigs has returned from a
few weeks stay at Atlanta and Lithia
Spring, Ga,, where he and Mrs. Giddings
went hoping to improve in health. The
Doctor sysi Mrs Giddings, whom he left
there, is Improving, but he himself did
not do so well there, and is feeling bet-
ter since he returned to Gainesdlle.
OGddeas' IlnpsalUald lIeir Grower
b all that ti a t dllm. It cteam
daadruff 0tow faul and produce
a bstaair. t haldridmier
eror l_.s !..Oa I ..tupe,.

stipert oi uii iner ret orl.
Rev. F 1 isnn went lup to IIigli gh l agsp
Siitutrdl y at-rlriloonl to p rinih there Sunt-
dayit. Mr.- Finaen says lite exlpecl- lhim
wife ard niiauighlerm bIlick from the Nrt li
sooni, aindl lthat theiy will Kgain resile hi
this city, at tile) have decided that Ihetie
in no oatier phice like Gaitt- viile to
\i'e reg rPt Ilintl i it''l l c iiit of l'.dltor
Iete.tIr's illneia aitl lite illnr w- os f Iihl
brother, Mit. 11. I. Selztr, niio IlHoriet
visited our salictuina liNs week We
trust that irotlher i-tter's illiesis i ny lie
of short dluration,mm litl ot. nerloius atial
tIhat we inlly soon Ianve tie rlilrnet liu.
zing aroul ndIour office iiaii in.
W. I'. Lee, who Is extensilvely euniageid
In the imaiinfactuIre of croWs les will
lieadqueslters at (Oinesville, wan here
Moudlay on business. Mr. I.ee operated
near IHanpllto( a few years ago, ailt he in
now negotiating for aIntis ill this county
with a view to doing lbusinea here iaguin.
-Starke Telegraph, Aug. 21.

Notice of Teacher's Examinatlon
Beginning onl 'ruenday, SepIteiiliier Mtih,
1903, at eight o'clock a. m.. atid ( tnilii
ing for four clays, an exaillillalll oi f lp--
pllcanta for Teachers' Certificates will lie
held in Gainesville, E'a.
'I'e exanilinlaion of the white apllli-
cants will ie conducted in the Acatldemic
Hall of Hast I'loridla smilinlary, asl tliha
of the colored In Union Acadnriy.
An exanlinlation fee ( f $r o o will Ine

W. M Ifor0.OWAV,
Co. 4ulpt. I'ub Iust

7 aug 4t

Your Chickens, I'EggR
Vegetables, and in fact -ll
kinds of Country [Pro-

Highest Privces for Coun-
try Produce. and 8ell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

Us when you want Sta-
pie and Fancy Oroceries.
ltWGive us a Tralh.

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imnial if you can selid your fifty cent bot- tateof rlorida, ill a certain cause therein
Lie of Ililr (trower thle Ilnparallledl pending in chancery of said court, where-
i Il aMary Gordoni was compliasmnt, and
('l'rale nMrk) and if so will seInd you Jai I. Broker, Victoria F. Baooter
a lpomtnl itote for the all. lee. le In- and Joephl Landrutn were defendants.
forim ume Ilthenamount of postage if It canl I, W. 8. room, as special tasater In
lie Iunlleil chancery, duly appointed asa uch by the
ai id court, will set at public auction be-
W1ienf it lIloridn the winter of i1N97 fore the court houae door In the
nul n 1 I unsetd five Iottles of the twenty- city of Oalleaville, Florida, on Monday,
livet te(.t sle anId produced a nice growth the 7th dlay of Septemnber, A. D.1Jo3, be-
of hair where it lhal been entirely bnhil tween the legal hours of sale, all'that cer-
tain lot, piece or parcel of land altusLated,
for fifteen years, and now 1 would like to lying andbelng In the LconiltyoaAlaehub
try it once more if I can get it. tate of Florida, described as the north
Y ilanm truly, half of the northeast quarter and the
J. W. lHAyN ret, 59 Hicks St. north-eaat quarter of the porth-keat
.Ntte of Florida, ) quarter of section two, towalhs tel
Couaity of Aacliua, southl, range twenty-two eaat, z t
City of( Gainesvllle. )2 acres herotofold sold to John "lJau,
I'eisouially appleteld before the sub- also orty acres sold to Peter Sylva*E,
ncrilm, a NoIlnry I'ublic. In and for the together with all and singular the tie-.
State o Ii-loricda, at large, S. II. Giddings, "mente hereditametits and apptorteqnnces
whlo hleingduly, sworni lv mnedeloiae and to ti'e same, belonging or in anywhi*ap.
says thathatte love testIliolltial was slent perlaitlng.
to liiau lly iinll ty J. WV lyulles, a umIn Said property to be sold to satisfy tid
whlomil hle lI never seen or heard of, pay said decree fees and costs.
ielso tllit lit had tno knowledge of the W. I BaoKl,
Intain cvtr having used or procured the T SOPpecl Malr.
I'lparitllclet [lalr (Grower, ind a far Ca "i'"sOPsIuit MATIIoIMONe
lite I lls no one badl influenced him to Solicitor for Complainant.
rtenll it, mand that the man has never re-
crlvel anylthiing for sending It. ,
Swor to anld stllwcrlbed before ',me
this l12tih lay of Noveuimer A. D. i9 j. MASTBR' SALK.
S )I. 'J. JM. RIV mIWm, made and rendered by lion. W. A. Hook-
Notary Public for the State oif Blorila ser, Jude of the Fifth Judicial Ci~ it
at large. Court of Florida, in and for.

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cotuty, n chancery astting, an Wle
day o June, A. U. 9o01, wherelain
Bauknigtrlf complalnant andm Jbl a
Henry and Julia MeHeury. a ti
plants, In a certain calus theaq lug
I, L. J. Clyatt, a spea mitan
eery, by appointment of the C.rt,.
sell at public ati fo rxcashe b th
court house door in the city of. OMC .-
ville State of Plorlda, on Mod, te is
7th day of 8eptimber, 19o3, during tte .,.
legal hours of slletall f tract i or arcel ,
or land, situate, lyiln amd being ft t ."'.
county of Ala bui, 8ate of Floi, o, a .nd
more particularly described as folln .,'.
bLouthweat quarter (s w of) ot aomltbtl
arter (s I) of section thlrty.-tw ()
rI town p nine (9); outh o fl-i'
ihtB () t, containing forty
Iar oqla d, more or l.
Tngther with all and singular
ielazt, hereditament and a
acea to the aum belonging ors
si's tpro per f; to be old Uas
erty of lhe aid Jobhn MOeiwy.
Mcellnry to satisfy and pay
feea and costs.
C. C. TICmoAs, i i .
Solicitor for Co rna.lnt,"-
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Jewel Laundry,

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IiHo W. W. Colspl of Trenton was iii (Gent. C. A, (,ilclirist.o f WAade was .i a %n ^* *.114+.+41%%.!%% %. %% stafICXO6+sKi4
M the city'Satlurtny. the city -ituilllit y '1 lie general' hal the

ISS M'REill So Florida. jnititiiii-ltvytlie lit were broken
MR.NEW ERR.Yti J .tlri las retutrneql froa mttairlnt"ie r iehullstto get one of lti feet
MIx.CSenEItbr J. A. Roshorough of Wind- 'l aill ta iii lt ucoiveut-
sor, was in the city Satitlrdy. i'e
Ai etn it-ti of all sorts are hiiappily
~ r and NMrs. A. I.. I'ihs. l en sal"tuldy CL colmeilitrtet 'I f ,y II gift of -l\ver. We
Marriage Ceremony Performed in ,for.a vis.l to New volk City. have quliantities ofL )ettlftil ai I Intfulle ar-
Brown House Parlor. Mis Mabel Voyle Iha reLtrced from a tiles lint othLsterling atili long wearing
visit to friends iui Fernandini. ale. It. C. Sllith.
2- 'I Ceints a day saved will grown I J.*i "" 0 w "1ith h trli F nes
A POPULAR COUPLE UNITED. 140 I i A) u ontiiths ee. Mayers. telle fCNlsivills. ItniA Itiu Ia.T., iM is
Ilenry and Arthur Ciitty have retirneline orange grove at No ., whch i
front i business trip to New York.g St Ati
now .on'ling II1to h' iinn St ,lui4ulstiu r
The Groom a Popular Business Justrle J. Watt Smiith was In the citvy ecntd. Auti.
Man of High Springs-The I:riday front his ihere at Mlicanopy. ItI oio knil a prietl hl o ,t Ii, i I In i ii I I
Mr. Rad Mrs C. i \Woolt of Archer you wotilhl like to, set-r t asli kit-kl i t
Bride Is of Micainopy. were aimoig the visitors to ihe city Fri- Ianll.Itone tl ln tILUtto nii i. I Whe cian
The Ilrown Ilouse parlor iti tis city ily. ,will n iolrt nle .1 I .h. '., S i iti r
was the scene of a very pretty narriagH e ltion. A A. McRate was In tile city N. n i a I s
cereonloy 3 tertlna afterinoi nat 3 Sattirlay from his haome at hbeaiutiful l ilI f0
lIt'ls h elhing ilrlhiige liceilaltl tillc'e "hi. FIio g r a fs,- ,
o'clock Ihe parties uiiti l 'i bMi J uletro-e. he t'i llt a lt ifath lre stht I 1 lefl ih n h it ch rg e
C Newlierry, a proinhtienat liusicass Aah Jio I Denton if lake Viewl otis ao tH lt ii ft illlrt-l itrlt1aoi bi usmillts.
most popul. r yotitig ladies Cal. *C o a a MI tt *atlt-wlocm ot k.ikt Metawaarge
Credie, one of NIicanIopys I'airest tilt.l Satntnlav. cellts-, alt ita lut lA it Lact
of Iigh Sprinigs, anI lasl NI Maggie 1Nt aintitiag thte tlita si s 'ifitots to tte i-mt t ~n il itet It ~ he hN i selling II-
most popu i d a ce at,, I am overstocked in several grades of
most popular you lll ()r elie tr of t .e 'cll. L C Thorinsl, a prolinenl atitor- A lla geiiui'l oIf IIle re ill t at OV Stcked in several grades ofie

Southern Haptis, perform L the t, C eyof (Ilinev'ille. is mit the ci:y.--T es- city Satu.lh., Han,[ n....., .1 .. r,. i mounts, from card to 8 x o size. As I don't
Southern Baptist, ptrfoe tlae Cele- Union, Aig I. ort- r -s nttrr tit I ti
Utaony ill the presence of only a lew I Aa g A1 wore or le-A iterest.d i lht ,t.
friends of the contract parties arlid tIme irof I. K I-II Iiats retltinneI from Co nt" y itanocitili1 > --, 'tiv lll.. i.te sell llOLulltS ivithout photos on them I will
bride's sister, Mis Jaii and Inia., where ihe hals een teter fitting were expecte'l tol dot wil th lreftteirii i, tlt lk pe g s at
bride's sister, at Jattiful hu i j lrsil hill elf lilr ehin. selecLton oli tax ass,, k pliotos on these grades at a reduced
did it ill tia t eaiitft I hiul til treltsa ti lasts.
manner for whiclieh e is beconiig noted. Cl. County I.Xceliive ('iCoIiilatteeuiman T. W M. V ilitch, iunit .. t \. M I ( 1iCCe \\ ilC tlleC Stock lasts.
The nmarriAige was Ipeitoimed here in- A. Cany, of Hell, atteiled Ihe conimilltee Qinei, IeMitigti J. \. it, Ii year'sr designs,
stead of tit the home of thelbridt oily Il,- mneetinig here Saturday. View, ianl to. ,i. itlions i -li, ,iy aleW, tI year designs,
cause cupid would not wait lth 1 lui ,cn lion \. A. SIriticklnl ntid oIe, e aieiinl ers of Ilte Cuiilty lllinctai. I,.. i f idl good qualitv-- I use no other kind.
unielerstood lor some time pa-t that the liue Strickland, were in the .ity ecutive Collmlitee, eere at tihe cnunieit I 0 0( 1 Ue 110 oter
marriage was to take lace about the Iilst Satunlr om iPalralise t ee teetiug here Siatlurday. 'here will be i) reduction in the qual-
af next monlt, tIbuiwln Mr. Newl.ry, tld ewsputpera, .suilaile for wrapM) giniis n tll. Cleall nl talltn l, l-, lio. tle I-i.-. i il b IE
wlt6 spent SUlitlay %itli his illtenilaied I)lllOse, 1 t5 ctA. a 1tlired toI 25 for 5 lteadliilig at \sh\ilt, withl fricnlp )is 1 L of tnC plhlotS. All Will be IFhNINEt -A DE.), SS
bride, was preparinli to lease for Ililgh cts., -t Till STAK onictr imoke City, Mil is now lt Je~fplil, Ca ,i : II( )1 I iN.
Spriugsa Mounay o 111 anig, the two ieartlh, 1 youll want somle ice jol pirntlling where ase will sNpenld a wililt lirlcore Ie-
beating as one, grew faint at thIe Iboughti done--up-to-dLate aii o tn short notiteC-- turning to CGatineville Ito sirlumle hier
of their being so widely, sepaaiteld (flul just senll yonl order to The Star. duliels il thle school room here.
Eligh Springs to Mkicnuopy) for so long a W. ). Hliltch, san A. C. L. eivmployee Hlon W. I. iElis, State Aulitla u.al
tine (a full week) anii tiey resolved to with hleualquartei irst Iligh .plrirugn, was candidate for attorney gni.iail, spelit
allow Io such puniaiislient to lie tlele lot. ill Ie city a 8ho1t while Saturday. several days in tlhe city last w.'ek Inutlit-
but to conme to Gtinesville, get ,iumliIii, Call. Chiis Matheson returned )t s-r- ing the books of tile cuity nulIlt-iIals Ni.
ii return to their Iigh Si, s l Iie ay from h Spriuhl where lie ocl'.u- lilli Hayt lite found our official.' looks inl
and Ifrieinlds i It happy couple. tp- go 1 leatl t-laapt-1 aielet y n fa
Nir. aniild Mrai. Nwewver left via the it I tie Iresbyteriatln pilpatS,,nday. Lake City. He left I Ie v nig lr G ainesvil F la
lout. M. Ncwooerrv Jrai vii iltt o t t 1 tke City S ^ I II 1 V I I I -If
AltinlLic Const I.ilne foa lligh spli u,.I lion. I L. onli ison, memSuiIer of he sie
ini ediatelly after the marriage, and ( ill b1nid of county conuiissionl er, wis. hI i'V r t.l .Iuinenvi le ,( 1.i 1. li.v. I,,.il
eaide there uitail alout Sclptemler lthe city F riily from hiis h mi at Hope. readt ig cvielatio ,s :ii. o t t li llintillt,
when tle)y will gooil a lell iintl tour It I'ni"'t Wl'Ior. The lUwni I n dr, lut t ite ta1 lnetcit h words lasv i til
W'ashington, UIaltinioti, aind Neth Yoirk, la tlt A i iatl at y with May;er verse, for a jilstirlttiUun if i t.lllnl
fterwhiich they will nu n akr, il titllL Ifgrow tLo 7t lin ) nmoatllhln. of the toliatelc lillt-iafter tie lhut ia l,, i- =- -.- --
ftlie Srhich their honire Miss Alma Illitch ia returned to her been forinellid they flll they When you go to Simith's
The gK ar upites wle i other Ie. iends f honie At bnta Ie, after ai pleasant visit were looking fr. ftli li, Il you tg wi ll
The( Star miinites wa'll other it lreiis of .r telllh lihi you saw hils alver-
\r. and Mrs Newberr3 in wisllillg for to her sister, Mrs. J. M. River, in this IEighteei precitncli of tie coulntyl ti t ient i The Ualnasvllle
.lieni a lonii, haltpv anil piospleroIs life- city. were represented it IheIt-l i coniinittie maet. TwIce-A-Week Star, we
I' r tsi intents, groccriea aind veg etuble tlng last Siilatlur y wi iltil r'uconinellllmil e i will nipIiceiiite It, anil he will
THE WnHISKY MEN. 'all, edlll e your ortletn or phone for IIonl W. W. c. No iln i t iit.allt1. Iper- you rI--gt.
Itoaltir Ir%+I % t tt r n e
"ile 'IIn MEN. whitat ot W at... J (. I arrol,, 'Phole soim r the (..'veS orl r to aip aiiit a t- ti-- x
Rumored That Thev Are Waiting N o. nascnsor to fill the viinncv cnIesaI lay tlhe IL 1% %%@ %4%%+SQ%%% % %%4%
For Jndge Wills to Leave, Etc. IRe. W. J. Curpeuter, Mlethodist, dleatl of AfneHsor Ilell.
i C tit i..s .ll tA ,Aug ,.I, i prei-cletd hie setneiln at (lie unionlt service
I.A t It lA It. A tAug 2., i19,ti tilu i til l i e st-n Mant y of the pellile wlho goil wnly fIll ll
:dLitor Star. It I.ig Iersistenuly cnl l ll able one (InineHville It i recilpernte cliriig tlie Hium- IAIR (ROWHR. MASTER'S SALE.
numored that the whiskey men ai re to tit rs aa ahl ie oh ill threttirn feeling wore Ithnan Brooklyn N. Y, April 21, 99 Under nand by virtue of a final decree
wait until Judge Wills l makes a vcltiii If it is job printigi yo u wan want just sciu( whlen they weint awILv. 'rTi is lnt Ic j). II. ,gldiIs, of foreclosure made and rendered on the
Ind then they will teek June Wll iI yorolller to the Mar. It will have 2 9 tht ly of uly, A. i). 1903, by the
in then they will eek Juige proIp atteitioi, a work antidpri rcs ,esmiliy liecaule the lines thI g ti ar ir ir: ion JT. u IJudge of the Ciruit
whom they think will be sure to decile wi ll suit you. if ntl heAlthly, blit l lcitlule (;t..4 ivllle in a W'ill you kindly hiform mie lby returnI Court of thle ITghth J uTlalCirultof te
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SN.taohal Negro Business

,ni 'S League Meets.


.ib Presldent of the League, Noted
Colored Educator Delivers an
I'. Interesting Discourse Be-
fore Large Audience.

e0'11,60 negroes, representing al-
It Over section of the couinry, na-
~4 Id in the Ihouse of reprscnla-
't the state capitol, In Nashville,
.,Wednesday .,noirniJn';, tho occa-
:being tie opening of the fourth
r tsal convention of tho National No-
'lro Business Men's l.oague. Bobker
'. A, WtVashtigton, the Alabama educator
nd president of the league, Wvas the
Central figure of the convention, and
his address Wednesday night at-
S.t"racted a large audience. I-e said,
.i: iohg many other things:
S ";The National Negro Businessa
J' tS assembled here constitutes, 1
Stlk I am safe in saying, the largest
i 9' ~' pet.ps the most representative
i eqIar organization among our people
'i.. ihiu country. its growth during the
Sv. years since its first organization,
't Boston, has been at a very rapid
i 'i te.'
." iote 'and more, I am glad to see,
'.h1. Wcr man is beginning to appro-
t land take advantage of the oppor-
Wties for commercial and business
p(elopment in this country. It is
be wiser for us to emphasize oppor-
lttled than grievances. Tho world
iot .l.gets tired of the man or tino race
',;,ith a grievance. We must learn to
,ibe bigger than those who would insult
aus. We must learn to hold up our
'.heds ,and march bravely forward, In
i' 1lt o obstacles and diesourage-
tp. The mere fact that there can
Ii; i lbilble here in this beautiful state
I plutlo building in a southern state
S'redf of colored, mon and women,
S ,ll parts of the country, repro
tJg, as we do, nearly every line of
lio la which the while man is
tged, is an Indication of growth
$ob Is more potent and bel pful than
S b abstract argument. The race
S,'cln produce such an assorably of
i amnd women after only forty years
S.fieedom is one to be proud of.
S:'"We shall succeed In winning our
',a into the confidonee and eatoum o
.'te Armerican people Just In proportion
'il.' 'a. e show oursolvoe valuable to the
i''.%O Tpmunlty nl which we live, in al
". athe commonly industries, In couimorco
t': (n the welfare of the state, and In tlu<
i, manifestation uof the highest cluaractur
: "Th nommutnity does not fear., as a
.'Tle, 'he vote of the man, no matlte
"; 'rhat his color, who Is a large tax pay-
.'er. It ifs not the negro who owns a suc-
l'Oessful business or work-is at a trade
wrho Is charged with crime.
The greater the difficultie to lie
;. rOVeroome, the more strength we shall
i-laif by succeeding.
"l;' very house owned, every far-m
i, t i cultivated and very nlec anc
I. yj *OUnt, every store, every tax rocelpl
possess is one Influonce which will
s, operate tremendously In our favor.
"The negro sl not ungrateful for all
'' t.e benonts lie has resolved at tlhe
.lanlds of tie white people of this coun-
try, and shoilt on evlry iroper ocna-
lion never fail to o xiiresO this griat

anmere facl tlit we are not easily satlis
,, fled amd aeic advami 'inititt Ill billt
other flol, s i a an In icalorn Io the
'value of iho raoe. People wit' nArl
S'eailly satlfeyh are people ofI few
wi. rats.. Wherever you fnd a race ii ut
is eaS^ gtlaOed, and rnon littit has
',ew 10f ttreere you will inld l rinc'
.,' at i ottf~io value to Itf county. In-
;j. iutrially. commerclnlly or in any dl-P
in N Ietion.
u ''"e man who pm'OVOB himself mmc-
Lul, no matter what his rnior, hs the
s )ne who is going to smitreed. Amny
man who Is iqduatriotms nl trimslwi)r-
they will finl opPiort mIlt lo for growth
In nearly every line of blalnenHs right
Here In the south, and we ahiitl not
*; tall to take advantage of tlio iuatinmia
'! ofered us."

Authorltieo In Albany, Ga., Begin Put.
tlng New Law Into Operation.

The authmliltleh of Ilninugti'Ntty ilin.
S ty, Ga., lihve wnttld ino 11init Itn I'gin.
ling operations unuldr tht i -,.v vitar..ll-
cy law. Albany has boien iin,.II IItlt
years by a hordlo of illoers win rII tit

to work, aiid nil efforts in get ri-Il if
themon have fallhel.
S Wednesday afternoon Sheriff I:;
Swards tiii a luni'ut a i1osso and assilatii
by the pulolie, pIro .v.Ilol 10 mnnalr n
clean swoop of the Iv bl Many of thei
vagrants weor ta .n tl ip ll p'iB, Iant
; arrests were manilu 'bov Ihl, wvlhlusalo,


S;A.tlanta Veto Take Cc- .i-rcc .f Ill
nos e of Bartow ill Pi ut,.
i.' At the regular niouill .. ,- i ,,
tlanst O ., camp No I .... ii.
i e alAederallo Veternna. h111l;, .1 .
'the o riip anariir nit al\ 1 1 c
r:' olutlons of .vyitn:itlllhy 1.11 M ..
Charlea H. Smith, "U'!l Ar-i.' ;:i ,
S 'dangerously ill at his Carlil-tuE'ni,
home. Most earnest hoipo fr hlij 1m'
a coved was oxproed.


insilon in tho e :ltc r.cicrt
. In Splndid Cor- nt..,i.
/,-: a f.ubanks in ai(i.i,,vj,,,,I,.l
U616 A na tog to. Stliti Ti,-r
SRobert 't~rk, who han Jts plI .r. ,t.,cr
a letter fttl tle Bnk i.xaiitinor'l
Stolllth 'ii a rteptort iof i',
work for. the' $ f4~, wqelis.
"' ,Mr. Hollinaishtdid ,benU very biusi
ht 3 ilnuary 1n0e11P 'Yery Ibank
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Stockholders of the VIrglnla.darolina Cream of rN.
Cherolcal Company Meet and De- ,
cide toPass Usual Dividend.
Brief SufMnary of Most
The Virtgnia-Carolila Chemoic. I trriet.art. ovq tt
Company directors, dt a meeting in bf' ch Day.
Ricbhmond, Va., Tuesday afternoon, d-
cided to pass the dividend on the corm
moo ck. The following -'A; attempt was made to wreck
mon rock. The following tlatquenf the Southern vitlttInled train. eat
was Issued: Charlotte, N. C.
"To the Stockholders :f*, i. ,,Vi -JudgoeNoul, at Charlotte, N. O.,
ginla-Carolina ObUeliOaI ,.eCt panlyi Instructs grand jury to Indict bucket
Your board of dlretoyr.44|0qsr to say shops and those owho buy and sell fu-
ihat for the yewr a1g June 15, 1903, tures therein.
1tfor the yin ir-a, I one 15, 1903,actual --In an effort to capture a negro
tIe, VIrgllatayolli Company actual- desporado at Wedowee, Ala., two white
ly sold ai d.l4pulered 982,000 tons of men were killed ands nine seriously
fortiliser, being an increase of 26 per wounded.. The negro used a double-
cent over lt. business of the preceding barreled shotgun.
year. tn addition to this, they mans .-Washington has, been Inforaned
featured 100,000 tons more of complete, that the Colombian cangress haa 'unan-
SImously rejected the Panama canM-
ed fertilizer which they wore unable q,, treaty, I
deliver because ato railroads could not Federal Judge Rogers, at St. Lou,
furnlph the transportation. Is, has decided that the Western Un
"This large increase necessarily In. ion has the eight to dl:kcharge men for
evolved the iso of more capital during belonging to union and also to black-
the period between the sale and dellv- list them.
ery of the fertilizer and the payment -President WRosevelt, Monday re-
therebt by customers. This additional viewed the nortf Atilartlo-sqgtailron
capital has heretofore been etiblly ob- off Oyster lay. Twenty-one war
talnod through the discoUitl'ag of the ships wore inspected by thep president.
company'S bills receivable, of which, -Mlnister Conger, at Pdkin has in-
on July 15, 1908, the company had on formed the state department that he
hand over $6,000,000, averaging about las secured a wrlUen p'imjao from,
$1,000 each, and over $2,000,000 of ac- Prince Ching to sign a treHtty with the
counts recolvable convertible into I!iltod States including a guarantee
bills. These bills have always been shal bn
that two ports shall be ained In Man-
considered the choicest paper Issued ri a.
In the south, and as such have boc a
readily available for current funds. -Seven tourists were killed Mon-
In the unusual financial conditions day while trying to climb Mont Blanc.
which existed tills year, this course of -The Balkan situation allows no
business h'as become necessary that htprovement. Turks are reported to
your company should provide Itself be murdering ChrilJians. The Ru%-
with sufflclent additional cash capital elan fleet has sailed for Tirklsh wa-
to" carry its business over to the tall tern.
months, when its blus receivable are -The Georgia prison clommisslon
collected. questions Editor Vaughn about charges
"Your company therefore applied to made In an editorial in a recent Issue
Moessrs. J. P. Morgan & Co., of New of his paper at Milledgevllle.
York, who have organized a syndicate, -The Virginia-Carolina Chemical
including Messrs. Blair, & Co., the Company directors decided to pass a
First National bank, the National City dividend
bank, the Morton Trust Company, the dividend.
National Park bank, and the Bank of -Heavy cloucdnirst at Greenville,
SAmerica, to advance to the company, Tenn., Monday night did considerable
from time to time, during the next damage. Several stores flooded and
Twelve months, as required, amounts the city thrown into dlarknoss by the
Which together with Its other re. flooding of the electric light plant.
sources your directors deem will be -It developed during the testimony
amply sufficient for all your company s before the arbitration commission at
needls. Birmingham, that many miners to.kt
"Athough the company now has their boys into mines with them, each
more than $8,500,000 cash working canp boy being allowed half a turn on cars,
Sial, the business oftering each year has although ils coal output went under
f increased to such an extent that your the father's chock.
dirpotors deem It essential that some -Caleb PowQrs, testifying in his
Plan be devised for the permanent pro- own defense, positively denied any
I vision of additional cash working cap- connection with the murder of Goobol.
. Ital, so that the nocoessty for borrow -Thomas It. Morgan, nilllionairo
Ing so large amount of money during manufacturer of Oslikosh, WIs., was
Scertain months of the year may he killed by Frederick Impel, a dis
t avoided. It Is expected that, through charged omployoo, Tuoeday.l Hampel
thlie co-oporation of lia bankers above was taken to jail, whore lie hanged
S mentioned, some adequate plan will be imsolf.
Sevisod at an early date to accomplish
this purpose. In the meantime until -Reports from Macedonia indicate
such permanent arrangements shall that Christians are still being butchl
have eoon completed, your directors cred by.the Turkish troops.
have thought it best to suspend the -Eugene Shophard, a colored mail
payment of the dividend upon the com- carrier In Atlanta, Ga., was caught roo-
i 1on( stock." blng the imalls nud sent to jail, after
making desperate effort to escape.
S WORKED BOYS IN MINES. --Catorpillars are reported to be
S-eating up tlio cotton In Clay and Cal
Fathers Admit that Fact Before Board houni counties, Georgia.
of Investlgatlon. -State shoot at Savannah, Oa..
In the course of lthe testimony Intro- opened Monday. The v'amp was
luced on behalf of the miners at BIr. namod in honor of General A. IR.
inlngham, Ala., Tuesday It developed, Lawton.
udler a crossBexamination of the wit- -Dock laborers at Brunarwick have
noises, that many of the miners were demanded an Incroaso of two and a
In the habit of taking their boys into half cents ant hour In wages and a
the miues to work with them, each strike is probable.
Ihoy being alloweol a half turn on cars, -Lowls Wiggins, last survivor or
although his coal output went under the cruiser Shonandoah, that sailed
the father's check. the seas under confederate colors for
nine months after war ended, and who
FROM PEON TO MILLIONAIRE, died Saturday, was hurled at Columi-
bus, Ga., Sunday.
Mexican Who Worked for "Thirty Cents -Ralelgh, N. C., will vote on d:. -
a Day Died Worth $85,000,000. pensary question on September 5.
A dispatch from Chihuahua, Mexico, -Citizona of Florence, S. C., In
says,: Pedro Alvarado, multi-million- mnase mooeting declared a boycott on
aitro mining man, is dead at Parral. It tlo products of the tobacco trust.
it said that six years ago he was a -Alabama legislature reconvenes
liarofooted peon, working In a mine on the first Tuesday In toptembor.
at 30 cents a day. -The president sand his family
lie discovered the Palmlllo mine and Sunday morning endedd divine so.'-
his wealth Is now estimated at $885, vices on board the battleship Iear-
0i00,000. earge.
P'L0IIinuavniants ie-


Florida's Chief Executive Makes a
Long-Expected Announcement.
governorr William 8. Jennlngs, of
Florida, has authorized the aruiounce-
ment. that lie will be a candidate be-
fore the rfoxt state democratic primary
elAction for the nomination for United
States senator.
I'tnr a year or more there has been
ia geunral understanding amounting a-
niloi to certain knowledge that at
tle proper time the governor would
miiIiIIuntoi his purpose to be a candi-
date ,for the senatorsllip.


Father of Assaulted Girl Pleaded for
Course of Law and Order.
i'leading for law and order and beg-
tini that lihe law be nllliwedi to Inke i a'
.1 "iHi.. IRthic Strlckland, whoset 19-
- .tl dllnaughtelr was brutally us
i"ti'o. ly 11111 laton. a negro, near
1 iniih s IlingI. Ga.. Tthurssay morning,
'I il.t ravisher of the girt from
,!nhll tni ti,,h hnnds of a posse of inlu-
rhlal ,1 ( iiz'is.g *P

--1 I UslUIII[oosevit iU Sunuay aficr-
noon addressed a gathering of Catho-
lies at Oystor Bay on decency or
speech and conduct.
-Justice David Brewer, In an arti-
cle on lynching, says that speedy ac-
tion by the courts would have a ten-
dency to allay the mob spirit.
-At Washington the opinion pre-
vails that, owing to the differences
among republicans, there will be no
financial legislation at the extra ses
sion of congress.
-StatIstica show that the deaths
among the pogroos in rcilea far exceed
the births.' T'h urban nepro popula-
tion Is decreasing, except as It is In-
creased hy arrivals from the country.

-A petition has been forwardeC
from Panama to the Colombian con-
gress urging the passage of the canpl
-Decauso he was socially sinubbed
by Reins Castlllo, President Cabrera,
of Guatemala, has thrown te former
into -prison.
---The Bulgarian government has
presented a memorandum to the pow-
era charging the Turks with unspeak-
able atrocities in the disturbed dal-
tricts of the Balkans.

.-Albany, Ga., oficliale deny the pub.
LORD SALISBURY PASSING AWAY IBshed story of the lynching of a white
maa Ud' a negro at Hartsfleld for us-
Aged High Official of England on the salting a white woman.
Verge of DIlaeoluton.. --The two boys from Atlanta and
A London specinl afys: A bulletin Savannah, Ga., who 'were shanghaied
lruetd at 10n iclock Thursday night and shipped aboard a South American
.. rd Sallb co ealnmer, will be detained at Santoa.
ilir Tsord Salisbury' condition was Braall, by the Amerlcam consul.
I'' '; -- there was little hope of -Tennessee will have an exhibit Oa
his t hc vory. her products at the Worl,'s Ialt in $L1
r"'. ,.s! mniy be e0tpaeted. at any Louis. ,..
.ooi nIt or .. .tb.e A -.te -' ton .wa g ts.-
,.g yenng t w. a, Il .e. ^ ,i ,,t a. -.e i ,;r r ,
; a*1 : .


Put Sword to Christians In
Town of Disturbed District,


Pierce Battle Reported as
Occurred Near Monastlr in
Turkish Forces Were

pulsed by Insurgents.

Which .

Advices from Sofla, Bulgaria, state
that a fierce battle Is reported to have
occurred In the neighborhood of Mun-
astlr. Three Turkish battalions at-
tacked a thousand Insurgents and af-
ter t(he fight had raged for six hours
the Turks were repulsed with the loss
of 210 men killed or wounded. The In.
urgent loss Is not given,
Reports received in Sofia from Con-
stantlnople and believed to be autheii-
tic, confirm the previous statements
to the effect that when Turis recap
tured Krushovo they slaughtered the
entire Christian population without
exception, and it Is pointed out that
among those killed were the employee
of Iho government tobacco ostablish-
ments, which were under Eiuropean
control, as the' 'rocods from these
establishments were assigned to the
serve of the Turkish debt..
A reign of terror is reported to pre-
vail at Ushub, where the Christian in-
habitants are afaitd to leave their
houses. The vail has issued the strict-
eat orders to the Mussulmanu popular.
tion ,o remain quiet and not molest
their Christian neighbors, but-the Mus-
sulmans, meeting In the Mosque, have
resolved at a given signal to mass.,-
cre the whole Christian population Im-
mediately the first Insurgent band ap-
pears near Uskub on any pretext. The
Chrlmtians are terrorized. The Turkc-
ish troops, who are their only protec.
tlon, do not show the slightest dlispusi.
tlon to aid them. The alltudle of the
Turkish troops recently was plainly
manifsteod when a train load of sol-
diers, shortly afte-r leaving tUskub,
fired on the Bulgarian workmen wlio
woro repairing the tradk. Three of
the workmen were killed and their
bodies were loft lying on the llni.


Fallure of Colombian Congress to Rat.
ify Panama Canal Treaty Places
the Other Route to the Front.

The rejection otf tIe Floy-lterran
Panama canal tr-uaty, as f)oreshiadowed
In Washington dispatches, is recclveil
with rijolcing by the votoran advo-
cates of the Nicaragua route.
P'ormer Sonator Harrit, of Kanisan,
who 8s In Washington iiin who was a
moniber of the sonato cuniniltle in
Interocoanilr canals, Is particularly ju-
bilant. lie says the Nicaragua route
will now win. Senator IHarris las tor
it long time boon urged lor appoliit-
luiitt as oe0 of the canal ci'minrulnsin-
While Dr. ilerrnn, the Colomiblin.
charge d'affaimrc at Washington will
admit notllhig hvyond hin bellcf thrat
niily anionldiments to the freaiy have
Ibeon defeated and wants the lntmo lim-
it extended, hoping for a recon.ti;ldera.
tlon and reversal by the congress of
his country, it Is plaln to most mincts
that the alternative must uow be ta-
ken tip; that is, the obtaitnuIt fr~;n
Costa Rica and Nicaragua the neces-
sary territory anti proper '.ontrul of
the Nicaagua routo.
Theoro s some talk to thle circtr that
there is in the state department a
hope that the Panama route may yet
oe chosen through dllseinsiols 'nio-
tweou the Colombian states, and tlit
the negotiation can be perfectc,I by tlhe
Colombian president sigitlig uIn

Cure for Lockjaw Found.
A' cure for lockjaw has boon dis-
covered by Dr. S. A. Matthews, oL
the University of Chicago, and liis
been itictessfully used.


Negroes Who Stole White Girl are All
Arrested In Arkansas.
William Hicks and his wife, the

opposedd leaders of the band of eight
negroes who are accused of kidnapping
a white girl of Fort Gibson, Ind. T,
have been captured and lodged In jail
at Fort Snith, Ark. News hnn been
received of the capture of all the other
members of the band. A party of
farmers who attempted to rescue the
girl was fired upon by the negroes, and
one of their number was killed. The
Hicks woman claims that the girl Is
her daughter.


Uncle Sam Sends Check as Georgia's
Allotment of Military Funds.
A check was recel\hi? In Atlan'a
Thursday from the United States war
department for $28,549.72 from Geor-
gla'q allotment of the military fundlq
apportioned to the stale by tihe goner-
al government, which will be used to
pay the expenses of the recent on-
campment of the six Georgia regl-


Senate to Resume Conslderatlen of
the Subject of Canal treaty.
UnofficIal, but what Is considered
entirely reliable information, has been
received by Dr. Herran, the Colombian
charge d'affalros In Waanlngton..Indi-
ating an Intention on the part of the
Colombian senate to reasure consider-
adtlO of the subject of a Panama danal
treaty In place of the o Alsapproved
' by iamtbody on th.?.t JUlatant. Thi
^ded O tho llirm of
":i [ et be 4a-


Likewise, Pfrmner -New .Y rk )e'nte
Makes a Garqr otl Thart"I A~
Precedent oor Velt.

From, twenty to tilry touwma
people attended the annual picnic o
the Niagara County Ploneers' Assocla
tlon at Oleott Beach, N. Y., Wednes
day. The morning was taken up witl
a business meeting of the association
followed by a reception to former Sen
ator David B. Hill.
An Immense crowd gathered at th
open air theatre, where the exercise
of the day occurred. Attorney Genei
al Cunnen ywa the first speaker. H
extolled the industry, intelligence an,
character pf the pioneers of wester
New York. Mr. Cunnen then paid
tribute to Senator Hill, who was th
next speaker. Mr. Hill, In opening'dli
cussed "'Mob Law vs. Due Process c
Law." He said in part:
"Mob violence is not rendered les
objectionable, even If It be true, a
frequently asserted, that unless I
shall interpose its strong arm th
guilty may escape punishment through
a lax administration of the cIlmilna
laws or indifference to its enforce(
ment on the part of the people then
selves. We cannot permit this govern
ment to become a mobocracy, vhic
acLf upon impulse, feels no restrain
and recognizes no appeal from it
hasty judgment.
"Crimes which can only be punluh
od by such Irresponsible tribunals a
mobs might as well not be puulsho
at all, because in the end the rmetcl
will be found to be worse than the dil
"The duty of every American cit
aen who loves his country and its fre
Institutions la plain. He should assei
In the creation of a healthy public ser
timent, which should demand that ni
person charged with crimes be pun
Wished therefore except under due pro
cess of law and by lawful oficlals, an
after a trial before a court and Jury
as provided by the wise and bentef
cent provislous of our federal const
tuilon and ileir vital provisions, s
essential to tho public welfare, mus
ho respected In every part of our dc
main, and wherever our American fla
shall permanently float, and ever
man, whether white or black, native
or foreign born, rich or poor, educated
or unlettered, must be protected In hi
life and liberty."
Taking up another subject, Mr. 1111
"The tendency of the times is Ic
ward Indulgenco in that peculla
speech or sensational performance
which may be characterized In gender
al terms as 'spertacularlsm,' If I ma:
be permitted to coin that word.
"Spercacularlsts usually affect super
riorlty over other people; In the mat
ler of patriotism, they desire to be re
gnrdedr as the only true patriots; the:
afistime to possess all the virtues
while other people in their estlmatloi
possess all tie vice. They abhor sl
lence and obscurity.
"They have their press agents who
unsolllited, supply the newspaper
gratultuously with the details of wha
they do each morning, noon and night
an though the world was holding ;t
breath for fear that somotning wouli
.scape It pertaining to themselves. I
they happen to hold a public oflfc
they are delighted to see their small
cat public acts paraded, magnified and
applauded They are sure that their
was never bofere such public offclal
nI themselves-so earnest, so honest
no self-sacrificing. They meddle witl
vworything, whether within or with
nut their olficlAl jurisdiction, and us
uitlly muddle everything with whicl
they have anything to do."


Thousands of Grizzled Vets Triumph
antly Tramp SBreets of 'Frisco.
The parade In San Francisco Wed
neatlay of the veterans of the Grant
Army of the Republic will long be re
membered by tile thousands of people
who pncked the streets along the lin<
of march to witness it. Devoid of al
the pomp and panopoly of the warllk(
host which marched In all the pride o
strengthh and youth In Tuesday's pa
riule, there was something pathetic iT
the thinned out ranks of the veterans
wh9 ntarrhed Wednesday morniaj
which touched the hearts of all whc
saw them.


Ordinary Decides Alleged Collier Doc
ument to be Genuln .

"Gentlemen. I have not written mv
decision In this case. I followed the
evidence during the trial, and hnve
taken up tile evidence and made a
careful study since the trial. I have
come to the conclusion that this is a
genuine will."
In these few words, straight to the
point, Judge John R. Wilktnson, of the
Fulton county court of ordinary, in
Atlanta. Ga.. made his decision In the
now famous George WVI'shington Col-
lier will case T'hursday at noon.


Gang of Eight Fortified on an Island
Near Fort Smith, Arkansas.
The kidnapping of a young white
girl and killing of one of a posse that
tried to rescue her are the crimes that
are charged against a party of eight
negroes fortied on Bruce's Island,
sixteent miles wert of Fort Smith,
Ark., and which Is likely to lead to a
Bloody encounter, The negroes are
said to be well armed.


Atlanta Mayor Acts R*oorder and Puts
Quietus on Street Preacher.
To the city bhaingang for thirty
days, without the privilege of paying
a fne, was the sentence of "Professor"
J. L. F tts, the aoctlaist who attempt-
ed to speak on the streets of Atlanta
without a permit.
The sentence was iapoeed by May-
or Howell. who peted as recorder Tues-
dl A y t. th- at,, ;* WWI. "n a.'.
;iRf t-tll,


r Agricultural. Secretary Alarmed Over
the "ForMedt High Prioe of Staple
and Commenth Thereon.

d A Washington dispatch says: Soc-
)f rotary Wilson of the agricultural de-
, partmont, in an Interview Thursday,
Declared that Infinite mischief Is be-
I lng done to the cotton manufacturing
a, Industry. and to the cotton growing
,. industry by the speculative movement
in cotton.
e "The speculators have cornered the
s market." said the secretary, "and
r- put up the price'so high that mapulao-
a turers cannot now use raw cotton.
d At existing prices there is no profit to
n them. The price of manufactured
a goods cannot be manipulated as can
e b the price of raw cotton,
,- Flhe manufacturer found it more
f profitable to sell his cotton to the
gamblers. Mills were closed down be-
s cause of there being no raw material
L left, and In some Instances cotton
It which was sold to European mauufac-
e turers has been brought back to this
h country and used in gambling opera-
l tlions."
.- Secretary Wilson, continuing, said'
Stihat most European nations which
i- manufacture cotton and also own lands
h In outlying provinces where cotton
l might lie grown are anxious to become
3 Independent or our speculators, and so
are organizing and holding out induce.
- ments for the development rf the cot-
Ston raising industry. The British, Lhe
d I-rench, the Germans, the Belgians
y itud others own lands in Africa, and
6- they have been for some time organ-
Izing to produce cotton.
I- "They know," said Secretary Wilson,
o "that we are training scientists here
t to study the cotton plant, and they
h- ]ave been anxious to get our higa
o class men over there to organize for
3- them. The Lrnlied States sent $8.000.-
0- (100 to Egypt last year to pay for long
d staple lgyptlun cotton. The depart-
a ment of agricultuire is trying to grow
Sas good a staple at home by hybridlz-
i- ing and creating new varieties.
o "The secretary. of agriculture for
t Egypt paid Mne a visit not long ago and
' ald that with the Irrigation of en-
g large areas along the Nile valley,
y growing out of the completion of the
o great dam, the production of EgyPt
d would be greatly Increased. They pay
s 15 cents a day for labor there.
'Twelve cent cotton in the United
l States is a great encouragement to
all those people to Increase their out-
'- put The nations In Asia are- doing
r away with everything to increase the
- cotton production to become Independ.
e out of us. There has been a feeling
for some time that It would b be tter
for tus to grow more cotton, but gam-
ling operations tills summer had the
Imneillaile effect of stimulating effor,s
for Increased production.'
Thle secretary said that every effort
is being made hiy the department of
I agrhcliture to help the cotton growers
of the southern states to a much bet-
Ster system of agriculture through
Which a larger yoldr of cotton can be
t hbd, but that lneroIesel output neaoI-
,sarllR would come slow. The shortage
a of raw cotton to the tinnufatcturer, the
d declared, Is not tdue to shortage in the
f crop. but to the fact that the corner in
e cotton has putt the price of the raw
i- niaterlal to a point v there tlii mai n I
d facturer cannot prolltably use It Tihe
o prodtiner has lint Jipro'lnld by Ihess
s high prirr-s, as tihe rotlon prnrtical v
t Is all out if hits hnis.
h "Of co)i-sc," heir saIil. "'he corner can
I. contliiii If the g.iinhlers hive onougli
i. mIoney to buy iii thlte now crop."
h --1------

Fraud Alleged In Delaware in Cicpoel-
tlion of Gas Stock to Addlcks.
In the Unilted States circuit court
at Willmlnglon, Del., Thursday George
Wharton Pepper, of Philadolphia, reo
ceivcr of the Bay State Gas Co., of
. Delaware, filed a bill of complaint
e3 against J. Edward Addiclis, United
a States Senator Frank Alloo and others,
I alleging fraud lu connection with n
l transaction Involving the stock of the
f company, said to be valued at $75,-
. 000,000. The bill charges the defendl-
I ants as directors, except Addlcks, with
s entering into a combination to issue
g to Addicks 1,500,000 shares of stock
a of the Bay State Gas Company with.
out consideration.


. Was Cut In Two Off Hong Kong by a
Btsametr-Fourteen of Crew Drown.
The Canadian Pacific ,allroad's
steamer, Empress of Indian, from Van-
couver, B. C., July 27, and Yokohama,
August 10, for Hong Kong, collided
near the latter port Tuesday with the
Chinese cruiser Huang Tal.
The warship sank an hour after the
collision. The Empreds of lnila saved
170 of the crew of the crulsei
The captain of thb Huang tal, who
refused to leave his ship, and thirteen
of the crew were drowned. The Em.
press of India was badly damaged


A Creation of the 0il Boom is Closed
by Examiner Lagan.
The Citizens' Natronal and Savings
bank, at Beaumont, Texas, was closed
Wednesday afternoon by Bank Exam-
iner Logan, who has been In that city
for several days looking over the af-
fairs of the Institution. Examiner Lo-
gan pos[tlvely refused to say anything
concerning the status of the bank's


Shot and Killed by Discharged Em.
ploys Who Then Hung Mimself.
A special from Oshkosh, Wis., says:
Tbomau orgt., the millionaire
sah and door manufacturer, was khot
it death Tubday morning by Freder.
lbk 15ap9. a disctaed 4. mpl6ye.
,Th wa @ reaki, esab bullet IM;,
Ef, MorI, a ,

,' "'

Russian Squadrdn Anchors

Within Shooting Distance,-


Turkish Foreign Minister at Constan.
tlnople Hastens to Make .Voluble
promises and Bag Withdraw.
al of Warships.

Advices from Constantlnople state
that the Russian squadron arrived off
Inlada, on the eastern coast of Euro.
pean Turkey, Thursday afternoon.
....Tewfik Pasha, the Turkhrb foreign
minister, visited the Russian ambassa-
dor and notified him that the Turkish
government accepted all the Russian
demands and begged that the Russian
squadron be withdrawn from Turkish
The news of the Impending arrival
of the Russian squadron was gener-
ally made'known, notwithstanding the
continued suppression of all telegrams
and announcements on th3 subject.
The general opinion of the Euro-
peans in Constantinople Is that the
time has arrived foP a vigorous Inter-
vention and the abandonment o all
semi-measures, which are regarded as
the cause of the present rising Ih the
According to the Turkish official re-
ports, the strongest positions of the
Insurgents are at Krushevo, Merihoro
and Florina. Contrary to previous re-
ports, it is now stated officially that
Krushevo is still occupied by the Insur-
gents. The headquarters of the revo-
lutlonlets is In the Perlstorl moun-
tains in the vicinity of Monastlr.


Owing to Becalmed Sea, Yachts Re-
liance and Shamrock Fall'to Make
Good In Initial Spurt.

One of the biggest crows of sight-
seers and yachmaoen that ever sailed
down Sandy Hook to witness an at-
tempt of a foreign cup hunter to wreit
from America the yachting supremacy
of the world, returned to New Yorlk
Thursday night disappointed becautiu
the sea had refused a field of combat
to the racers.
The first trial between Reliance and
Shamrock III for the possession of the
much coveted Amorica's cup, owing ti
the flckluiiess of the wind, resulted intt
no race, it being declared off, no It was
seen that neither yacht would flinlsh
within the time limit.
Of course, tlhe day's race was non
absolutely concluslvo, owing to the
light and shifting character of thie alrt,
but in a 15 mile beat to windward, a
portion of which was sailed In a driv-
ing rain, the cup defender, Rellanco.
showed its heels to Shamrock II in
cnmnmanding style and in weather con-
ditions which were supposed to be 'o
tho particular lliing of the challcnge'r.


Encampment at 'Frisco Elects Officers-
Boston Next Meeting Place.
At San Francisco, Thursday, tho
Grand Army of the Republic selected
Boslon as the place In which the on-
campment of 1904 will be held, andI
elected the following officers:
Commander In chief, General John
C. Black, Illinois; senior vice com-
mander, Colonel C. Mason Keene, Cal-
ifornla; Junior vice commander, Colo-
nel Harry Kessler, Montana; surgeon
In chief, George A. Harmop, Ohio;
chaplain In chief, Winfield Scott, Ali-


Authorizes Columbia to Make New
Canal 1 reaty with United States.
Advices from Bogota, Colombia,
state that a bill is ready authorizing
the government to make a new canal
treaty with the United States upon
fixedl basis and also providing for
modifying the national constitution.


Executors of Late Millionaire Plant
File Paper In Probate Court
At New Haven, Conn., Tuesday the
executors of the will of the Inte
Henry Bradley Plant filed In the pro-
bate court their answer to the applica-
tion of the Bradloys for the removal
of the executors.
In their reply, the executors, who
are the son and widow of the late mil-
lionaire, and oeorge H. Tilley, of Da-
rlen, declare that the applicants have
no pecuniary in!eroct Ln the estate ex-
cept as annultania under Lho will, and
that the application is not made In
good faith


World Famous Firm of Mason A Ham-
IIn Assigns to Creditor,
The Mason & Hamlln Company,
manufacturers of organs and pianos,
having their factory at Cainbtrdge,
Mass., have assigned for the benefit
of their creditors. No financial state-
ment has been made public,
The company had a mercantile rat-
ing of from $300,000 to $500,000.


Findings of Coroner Anent Tragedy at
Philadelphia Base Ba Garolunds.
At Philadelphia, Mondy, 4t)e coro-
ner concluded his inveatlUptlwi .nto
the accident at the Phll alphi Na-
ttonal League park o t Ault .8, which
resulted In the death of : iw e per-
sons. .i. ., :
* The Jry found th.t. ~ ;' e3lent
Waa dud t 'he irottga the






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'-. DUWT .. .. i. 00 i,1
-, S'' '' .. DON'T' RLAa, 'BUT DIM "o'
,,5 6 .

"fl ^*111g'!1t,1 ilt you want to know
'. t tthe mmr 1i, just to go
fields or deep in the wood,
U ,tqwad Nthe Hwash of the eea.
S s'mal "ptl'l will teach you how heavenly
,' w-holesome plees he.
:U1Oyu seek the soul's warm'summcr, tuo,
,' Don't dream, but do!

Don't sit at home witl
Andl, b' atie nlrstions nl
ADtnlle t this, or wund
jLt.lqunrea with somr
Bu%,sit in touch will th,
A tltyour heart go
To,. ye fellow-moen wl
'Don't dream, bm

b. your brain-born .

Work in the world for the flc thereoF;
With every deed tlaot is dclaie in love
Some orisacross matter is anoothled I
Thie spirit sees straight innd clear;
And heaven draws close that was
As. you whistle oTf each fear.
Work. for the day are fleet and few.
Don't drenim, but. do!

"- -i Yo01 may worry over God's grinding laws,
nd pry and look Yoml Iilty probe and probo foir the great
later how first caube; -
Ie ancient doubt; Bit an lhour of life with an honest thrill
e throbbing now, Of self-forgetting joy
out Will ease your mind of its moody ill
lin are spent and And make you blithe aa a boy.
SThe plan isn simple; then see it through:
ut do! Don't dream, bat d o!
-Richarad Burton, in Braodur Magazine.

mI mammOnagmmmmgmmimmm ..


By Laurence J. Yatesa;

%wimimommimp.: ;

' H E KCnlk River, as it glalnie
at the munl will show, is a
small, uninaporlant eirenm IIi
a SBoulhwestern Alnska which
empties Into the Knilk Arui, a shallow
Indentation from tihe head of Cook's
Inlet. When tihe Iee Iin lils river
breaks up In the spring It rcoll'cis Il
the arm, which Is really a wVklh esiu-
ary, where for days, and msoniPMnlli na
week, the floe forced slarlgen Ianck iinl
forth with the tide. niulll lnnally II 11ll
workss its way out to sr'a.
the tide of the iriu comes lin iwilli
a all bore the floutlng Ir.e Is In\vli
back up stream twith I rant force. anil
the waters of tile esituniy I)ehlig illilely
studded with bare, tlhe tIde i rli'u Ilot
often Jams ou them anld plies up to na
great height, It was Ila one of tlis-se
JlimB that John 11ardmnn, a young
naturalist, who lad come to Alaisln li
the Interests of a zoological soclety in
One of our Eastern cllles, hnd an exs
tremely perilous experience In tlhe
spring of 1001, while voynging Ulp thea
Sarm on his way tilnud.
S lardman was bound for tie hio-oa
waters of the river, for the plurlposet or
capturing alive some of the tountlnali
sheep so plentiful there. Owlug to
t at that the lambs must be tnakcln.
If q l, when very young, he wns In a
hurry to reach the mountains.
S o8 wheu the ice broke up he did Inot
wait for it to go out to sen, but sltrt'ed
about the first of Miny froin the hiaill
of Cook's Inlet with his party of four-
one white man named C'nulklnn nmid
bhree Kunlk lndians--l n alargo river
boat or scow. lie Intenided to fillt ill.-
way through the vnst floe that lllted
the arm.
As at tils time it wans possilble to
travel only when tihe tide lwas setting'
in, the method of proceeding wns to
wait until the bore pln*ssd a-nd I-lile
launclt the boat nmong the lee lields
behind, rowing when ilhe wnier wons
open enough nud drifting with the cur-
reut wlicp the cakes clnsimd In nronnld.
To prevent tlie boat from being crnnhlid
when the ee anlnined on the nulenroius
bars required untrling vigllnince nudt
prompt nation, liut Cnulklns hniidllc'
the scow so skilfully thnt for rour
bours the first run with the tide had all
gone well.
Then suddenly n wide orea of tle lh-
began to pile up onl a Lar directly inh
front of the voyagers. For'tuiitely fior
their lives they were inoir tslorc'. I1ly
quick work they succteedc-d in getting
the boat to land before the Iee cnull
close up and catcl them. To drag tihe
clumsy scow with its curgo of 801)
pounds of provisions out oun the Icc-
heaped bank was no suinll fanl. yet
they did It.
Here In safety they wRatclied tile Ino1
make itself into lulnlinlure inotlnlfalns
of blocks on the chlin of liars ncrofae
the arm, until at last tlie tile speiit Its
force And began to recede. carrying
back all the ece not juammied fast on
the shnllows. Left on tlie largest lnr
about half a mile out was a huige, Ir-
regular heap of big cakes, most of
them fully three feet thick, which cov-
ered about two acres and was nearly
forty feet high. On the smaller bars
beyond, with open channels between.
were several other mounds not so
large, and In the broad channel be-
tween the shore nnd tLie big imound
was an uneven field of lightly packdcl
lee. As they could not get .nly further
at present camp was Inadle to wnit Cfor
the tide of tihe next inornlng In tIhe
hope that by then the Jain wvoiiuld l,-
But In tie morning It was found tlnil
the tide which lhas come In during tile
light Instead of lrenklug Ilie linrrcTr
land only added more lee to It and
somewhat changed its shape. It wnas
not safe to attempt to run tine narrow
cliannels now; the only tling to do wai
to walt until the Isellling current
should clear a passage for ilhem. Per.
lhaps the next tide would do this.
SAt alout 9 o'clock IIarlrnan, tnkilng
tile camera, left camup alone to get a
closer view of tlie Jam and some plt-
tures of the mounds. Going along lhe
sliore nbout a mile he cnmic to the
portion of the floe stuck In the wide
channel. It made a perfectly Pnfe
bridge clenr across tq tile mnln Inar,
and over tills he mane his way to tlie
base of the great white pile of Jngged
I After taking two or tltrec photo-
graphs at favorabihle points lie was
seized witli a desire to get a view ftrola
the summit. Climblug mp by wav ot
the front slope, wlllha wnias a long and
quite easy nscenit, lie ws n thliird of
th'o distance to the lop vi'helII le
renaclied n galout cake, bloleun Inl Iwo Ila
the centre. Tihe lower half lany at mit
angle of forty-five degire's, tlne Ui,'r't
half at not more than thirty. tclw-r-ll
the two was a crnack three feet widl'.
and beneath It ou opening several feel

* Resting for a moment on tIbh~ upper
edge of the under calke. U.lrdtamn
Stepped npon the one nlove. uot notic
Og. bow tasecure wIns.lts position. In
stantly hil foot slipped und he fell inalt
the rack between. He clutched at tlb
illppmr7 edge as lie went dowi., lt1un
asupentded by lilh nwis for a scourd
then,- hi n inds loosing irlelir holl. li
Groppq just Ip time to ,scnape bcllil
Slteibe.1i. For tihe lightly poised blboil
had. beeti sprted downward ly hl
.'Wghit, al. crnsabhd agmlnst bte lower
p le j truck Ia n bpbelo below.
',lWtuirit-lie1 squnlrret in a Ih l
l tarit, IlrregulawitPace among
a.-. 1 thPe feet WId. 1, nr
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allze tlie gravity of hii ktiuntlon. He I
fell stue nhit t lie could run lliotailf oIut
wllli Ills Jack kllfe. or at aliontl niiuaikea
liole rliromiig which lie aouild ai ilil to
elanlmp for help ly I ilini. ilg olit hlst
coat niidl avinilllg It. 'Ti I nll ialift fll-
(criing in ltrounglh n chink gave promise I
of ills, uiitl lhclpet l o relIleve tlio h oml-
darkiness of Ills parlson.
He Inspilelir ed Ills i arii tl in ai lels.
urely faslil in, glnd to find tlint li had
not been In tlih Int l t InJured Iy the
fall. took oit Ills knie anild icu looked
ai Iiin wntliit. It wiia 10 o'clock; tihe
tlde Iw is t dle m lt tli'ret u nlutieii of 12.
T'latfi l anl ai lin' ilte pt-ril oft hi posl-
tlon nlashe tI poni launi the tide would
set the ile iii In ninoilon, Iperhaps
ademoillsh hi If lit did inot escape he
would I, grountl ion towdor. One
iiio'eaein nt of a cnlice would annihilate a
ilil i.
I-orl nn awl'ful lollmlent an sfilclialng
le'rrir clutc- hedl hlui. tbut kiinklng It oeff
ie Iegan to nmakel a canlclntloii lie
hand Jist one hour ittd llfty-sovvcn mlu-
Malcm Ill which to cut his way out andI
get nsliore. Conld he do it? A tunnel i
Inrge enoalgh for tho lpassaige of hin s
lodly must lie munde through more thnn I
thilry lu lics of li:ird. brittle I'e by
means of a rather slender kulfe blnde.
Selecting time most vulnerable point
of attack., ti sllghl crack between tile
cako that formed tMe cover of the trap
and tlhe oun thnt formecl the lower
walli. he began clipping away tlie lee.
At first he worked wllth fevelrish anx-
lelv. lbut gradually Ils usual coolness
rel turnald.
'lrien lie ihad n tit stendfly upward to
n depth of tell Incliaes. lie iotlccil that
lie wnas letling 111i hoile get smaller
the dropcr it went Inlo the ice. If tihe
dimensions were allowed to decrease
nny more lie' sw Itht tll hole would
li, mitmomtloo n'i-rrolw for his exit by
Ihe tine lieti cnike waH rilerrcedl o,
lh gllilln g lit ihe l iotollOn, lie a'nlaarged l
file tunnel unlil It Si'olned to hlili that
Its unpessinry convia-rga'inic' wOtuldl sil11
leave (ai nvhialo ainielah oiiening when the
sBtrfuai'e w-is rneaelil.
Koon opernlloniH wwere again dllal lyed.
Ilo wvias otillued to nstop) lnld cllt fool-
Iholds li the almost Iplperl'ndllculnr stile
of tlhe lower will thla lie insight inlase
ilnistiF enough to work wlIli ndvnan-
At l: .t. Ju1atlin l Ih:il In l i d cut
half wtinly. IlHardliun looikeil t lhis
wilntli nalig n. It a'n hl'sevelmn iliIlliteH
lpasit (cloven. H, hid been nsixiy -even
a ainli te i Ill ca ntl ng fill npll erl half.
Only ll'ly Uminiite. riaminilel; It somIed cI
useless to go on.
"Tinit anull tide wait for no lman;"
lihe Irlle oltl ad;ige HSIYvilc blin wvilti n
inewir nl nappalling forced. ItBt inc anunt
and would l i t( out lun IlIn' IIlls ld -
spnir gnve Way to resolution, ainl le
srt lo work wi tlh 'lreneweld vigor nirill
Ing so forcllily tliht Ilo blndill threat-
oned to break ol ev '1ery Jau.1
Alihoiiugh aiarroundcdl willh wnlls of
Ire. Hardniua's wholh boily dripped
with peorpiralition. IK-very mllsctl lu
his mI01ia nadl sholiliders nlcheil Intol-
erably witlh the strulu of clliiaahia to
the venilcnl wall ndl pIleking alway
tile rcellutless lee overliend. ShowerH
of cilpsl pouredI down upon hIs face,
hnlf blinding him, and lie worked In a
great niensure Ily gli'ss. Yet slowly
tIhe 111lina1 was clit upward Inch by
anch iimall ilie estlninlted Ilhere coull be
uno more tlia In three liuches left.
At lil l point hlie wi a seized Vwlih a
llkinlii fear tlial ainoilher block from
ailicve ivoutll sllp dcowi'n aliil double
thilue tl;hinesn of tih' 'l\er. Inl n frenzy
of lin ,l s I l' n pi-ri' c rc-ltl-nsslly. The
blonde sanlapeil hlior'l offL t mlie hniidle.
Not darlng to look nt liat a watch.
IUnldinan npiemil thei small Iblade. nind
tpeatldylug Iils nerves. liegan gain,
very cnrefulv now. A do.en strokes
nnd the knife plerc(:.d cl.'r tlhroughl
tlhe calie. There was- nothing on top.
-le listened for th,' roar of thie ex-
pect-l ( Ite, but tlIh only sounds lie
Ilinrd were tile soft Inppllig of the
waves at the foot of the jami nnd tlhe
horse scrinui of a ranvel wheeling
In the still ailr high overhenil.
Culnt Ig oall Ilic rIpenIu to a sIze
suitrlicat. thliought, to permit ihg
egress of lls bololy, lnardnnini grnapi-d
Ilie nipper edge and raised limtnself until
tiho lo of iam Ieatad wns above thie
level of tbe Ice. Then tie breallih of
his sboulders refuse, to. let blln go
Al e h strliglcrd vinlnly, n lllhlen roar
fnr down thle arm hernlded tbe conalng
if linu tlde. It wns now or never!
Viltli n su illell Inmanlratloll Hlnrll nnan
ahao'Ptai d Illictk, imcilltad cIT lhia Inhlel=
ouliert" cpt, nind Ihnea. with almniost u-
iolrlluuian irreinglh forced lilaja'ltf
slowly Ilpwnrd out of the Ise -like
grip of tie narrow opening.
lie rose to his feet. free of anu Icy
tomb at luas,; tut hlie foundl thern was
iu Illue to aIros l to the nhore Ibefore
Ili l ee-laden wn'r of the lbore would
strike. It wnas already within five

1 hundred yards of him.
S Kndowlng that it would Itke mnny
times more force to nmore tlie .Jam
Sresting on the lar than It would to
Move tbe-fleld In thl.c -hlnnel.u Hard,
a manu quickly e.iali-t.-l tllal tile best
SIlilaM to do wn VI to ilny on iliPe mound.
c Tlo safest plnce was nt Ithe suinMill
r so to the one big .nkeP forming bhe
k pinnacle lie made his way. nod crutoh-
SIng on Its lantltng surface, waited.'
r Oer to the southwest wns tlie cianp
e In the shadow of the foot-hills. No
Sone Was Itp sight. There was no use
g IIn shotingl to let his men know oeLhis
e danger.' for nbovd the roea of the
rnter t ts voice wild not dcifty alf
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Flower growers haivo found n winy
of lprodllcing lilies lu niutnllum. It seeima
that in a stale of nature tie lne busall
rIequlren a period of rest before -blloB-
sonilng. Bueli a rest comes wilh the
winter. 3But It lins heen learned Ilant If
Ilhe plant Is exposed to Ilte funies of
thelr aind put to sleore for a lltle while
It proceeds afterward to blossom In
theo all. I'ots contaluing the plaints
are set In an large box which contains
Ian uncorked bottle of eller, nlld tire
exposed to tlie vapor forty-eiglt hoaris,
the box belig lair tight. The operntlon
Is repented a few days later. Thenb the
luants alere ady to blossoni.

A notnbllee Iterprlse in fihnl acclina-
tlzatlona in just been carried through
successfully in Anustralia, w bhre uisi
front the const waters of Great Irlinlii
hinve been ipunt out In New South Wales.
Species selected for the experiment
conlprised sole, crnlbs, lobsters indt
solnmi others. The tisl were placed Int
speclallly constructedd tauks,eyhleh were
connected with reservoirs of sea water
kept coniiHtinlly snpillied fresh front
i lie ocenian by tlie shllp'S pumiap. A large
proporllon of the flhis survived the trip
of 11.00)0 inlles. altnonugh the lobsters
ft'rcd ihndly, only one feinale surviving.

It Is surprising that some successful.
nechlanilcl liaud street sweeper lan
not already been devised in view of
the nlimost phenomenal success of thio
domestic device. Several sucl liap
plouaces have appeared on thle marltet
from tine to Iline, but It la only receut-
ly that success han attended their In-
troduction. One style Is now elang
used In the city of WaislingtoiI. Its
use enables one mnn to dio conalderalbly
more work and do tt better and chenp-
or. In fact, (lie cost of cleaning per
ullnt linas I-eu readnced by Its use from
eighteen cents to ffleen cents, These
ore not very different from Ile famlllar
houiietiold swe)eper, tlhe only alfferernce
llting un the esie anid chanracer of lioe
brush nnd in convenient provlslon for
duninlug Ile sweepings. IFor use onl
dry nllhallt they are very rapid and
properly opernled hlley do Ilie work
better than a broom nnd scraper. Tlio
one merit of not rmlmFln n cloud of 11mst
should lie uIimcltant recomuendllloli to
warrant thlir mse, even were tlhe ndill-
flonal merlil of economy and eae of
operntlon lacking.

The statement is innale ly Alton D.
Adanms wrlilig In lthe Iinglneerltng
Magazine onl "Tlie rJiysicnl Llmllns of
Electric P'owr Trinllminln rlon," llni
",electrical energy nlny lie transmitted
arouuinl tlie world If the live voltflg Is
unllomied. 'rhin follows from the lnw
thint a gien enpower mIy lie transiinltted
to nany dlslatunc wl(li constnat efilclen-
cy and a fixed wecfiglt of conductor's,
provided ihe vlillnRg Is increased di-
rectly wilh tlin rllnlnnce." Unforti-
natcly. t IIl, pliylalC condillotn of pres-
enmt known Insulnthlii dovlces do not
peprult of such Utopinu trannmsllsloli.
I)tlances of 1 0 miles are now prpctl-
cally spanned by power traosmlsslpn
clrculls at from 40,000 to 60.000 volls.
This. however, rcpresetMts the limit of
present constructlon. One of thle next
steps will be the employment of an In.
dlvldurl pole line for each wire of a
transmitting circuit, as at voltages ex-
ceeding the present which may 8 really
be attained by known methods, the
sparking between wires located on the
.same pole, even though spaced seven
or eight feet apart, wotld be prohibit
Ct Iv4 tofUus Y .

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cmcnivlt. Their falittlioaat e easti
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him If they sliould ealt.i o Irl-B lice
he turned his gli'nee to the oannilaig
cresV t of' theo tulnailnng IVnv, Potlnag
the endless Atrotch of dull -whlti lee
following it.
Thie? Inutminll, extinudin: down fnrither
thnn tIhe sliahorewnid Ice, wIR lle first
to I'ceivet tihe t lholi. Althloulgh Ilth
Whole niuss slaiunllhred, II ihild itrinm it
the first of hte minlllltmier eankem cnrried
tny tlio iore Rstruck, remn'id u1i, miind
biegnu to. anreuinulalte it llthe beglimnlning
of the sliole. Tile p:acketd flhltl ionr
filor'e gnve way n lltlle, le,'iiiia Ion-.
vulsed throughout lt entllre' l'ngthl.
yet still hung IIn the PIaIssKnge. OUt on
the other sliI the opin c'liniicnela II'-
cnroe obstructed. so tlint the Il-uore:ss
of t ie floe wlia. now cihlcklil c.leiar
across the armii. This iintlde Ilie prps-
sure on the auoniid terrntlc.
Driven oin by tihe Immnleminnlmle
fonre behlitu, cnkes weighing a hiun.
dried lons were he-lved nnd pushed Ill
t"ro -ncllTm toward T HTrdlltiih, its if
they were notllilg bIt chips. With
fascinated Roae he watched the linge
blocks cllnih higher and higher, nnd
saw tlhetm pile ap with a grinding.
crunching sound three deep over the
trap out of which lie hnd just esanped.
The slghlt made leads of cold persplra-
lion stand out on lals forelend.
As the floo- dlrove li harder, the
tumbling. heanving nkes crept upwnrd:
the monud treullhedl indt wns shoved
baclkwlrd. The block on which llnrd-
nan stood rocked \witlh thIe pressure:
it sKeeied abolmt to topple over nald
pllchl down the stleep dclrlvlty at tlir
bn cl.
Thicn there enite nilghty roar, a
mrrasli anld n chnos of grating, crack.
ling no)les-tlhe jl.lnmmed floe in the'
Inwn'rd chinilel La l broken loose nt
Inst and wni nitvlng. At oniceP l('
press on tlie ceintrle wia relieved. Ilal
Ice began to do'loct RliorewiIrd,m nnd
Ihi inovenienllt oft lt no mound cenield.
\V'enk nnti l inp. H-nrdmllan reehllncd
oii thile Humlilt. while the greater huprt
of the floating te t turned in annd crowd-
ed through te opened channel In
rollltn', pitching procession of mluch-
broken rakes.
At lant a shout on lthe shore (drew
Hnrdinan's ntlentlon. There Cnnalkllii
and the Indlanis were nmkinlg frantll
gestlculations. 1anrdinnn wnved lilt
liat In return, and settled hinmielf to
walt for the anssage to clear. In hnalf
tn hour tlhe lee thinned out, nnd
('nulklns had tlhe hont manned, cmine
oit In It nndl look Hardminn to caiup.-
Youth's Compnulon.

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ne tile hlarI'gint Iltmin tfli cut o)f ru1nnln 1
IInt Hli ini in'ly t 1':rIn, foir, any, the tIwo
Luionliti Nhol nitvllll y I In iU eI'vlr InI
oin t'loln *tu w ith t 1 'mihon' i s'lil wII'tl
-ntllhiill d byt n nl 1111iin f illinl' w1tlh llh-
mHIIIIJ-l III ,$30.;Hmt ) IL 111 nti1 111 lt$110,nMn0 I
Will' Sir Tloniiuns Ilioni ret'linall'llY
i.Ill're-Swa id hi inalihll'li aii>>' In HlIIIIIIum na'i't
I I .' H IlillI ti.v I 1i 1 i IIil llaim .mlinirltl 'ni '
n'llp, It nl rliil'ed im Illut ilisl 'ntiiIlih lie'.
,uin not hilalii're l. I thiome whi iwer'n ie
I Ivly concierllr-e-d 111 1 lis a IiiiiIirini g II nlll
of t ili- Hlin iroallc. 'T'llat I hlntlgitr
I'lfie, who lhinl n r1.1pliuitilnn ill SnlnkI ,
Inl wvlo Ilin-w wIhl liiilbiogir" i.l I
fnlli'r knoll\v iln 11 lImhil, lind yllv\',
I)onI) ll s 1. o Slu 11in inklll Ill.'i nlillla y m li
copie wi1lli 1l iin,11111i' wIIS a vlleli'ed byl
Ith fact jilt iuinihr hil- ar'dcl'M t lIhr hIwii
lanrlt of tih( c(hlilllrigt'r Wnin leinilgth-
lened (lreIo f'eet.
Hlll rnllenl I IlnClumi tr In bi rIg oif tIlc
.vcht wl ilmn iatla-taiitint, not nno iniila ich-
alnule It Il-n-miinal Ilt nrain of Ilie liontl
miilla nnd < I iiigd llite trim of t Ilit

thlii i'of nip1ulerlior .v i IH r inn- 1 ia ma4ni qI.-l iuiH
blltwieon tlh I thlll- llnc nnlil hnluinm.111 rt it
III., Ilir l 'iI lHl a llng Inll, i n i gilrow ling

rtflinnl1 1 11 a i agi'ani't hIolHt of lowI r mills
iinil sd rI't inlalllillat. The Ilitnhl l modlhl
In iom IMi1a-r at Iillllnk Hnot uponil edgeo nuud
ilellit tliri'r! IY it n llnd of Iend on Its iot-
Inanii, an1 1 il i mm ii'lln1 i V ic t HO I of Mullt of
which tlih, inilii ainn' in liw and wide
ainldl naina'iiimnted by in iah11g totpinlat.
Th'ltta malingliglli-owltur tof ttaelllfte,
0l4. I lf a t ii'i .e Is ai. alh e'n Ismllnt, the
Ia-n all in y l aiin In A lA -'lr'. lie lA
aiiW' f'o1"r1. as4ix y'rH old. io nWas
iela il an ii'iile'r of Ilo New Yorl
Y'nchl I'lha' li I 177. intl aiIh nlince be-
auni111 i in 11at l inner lii'r. '1'l niKgli of wisin

IfNA'LI. l 'll ll .N1Il(' "i'',. a an. INI. I LIN AmN CAPTAIN IAltll.
ir i.lie.-lively Dtlh n iel, Al'i. ingiOll wvniri iit killli|>r of Itllenticeo.)

y0cht b. nlt chieflly helium. on nccoint nonl
Of Illving I..rn erffrect on tlin very oplia.n n.iiig yU .vtlelillin .xl.'rtH llihl a d.,en t alit lit uud NIle olll
vre of thie c:iip rne',i It Indl inllntell iant 1 coinviin.lig tist of Il rin'l tive lu.' r 11, ') in i* l it I t lll l y i' Yankeuo ua iilh
111e owner nid l dectglaiir cif Ilip ynclit 11it if ollfOltl,- theorli. oft vi lith e il- 1 iu l 1s1 Ini ti t >'iallatinnlliic o would
vwoer n iot HnllHfi .wil w t e l i I rlin of (ir n.ig nlitug, ibap 'linr lly ,r Irln *'tii'i'I' 'aai' aall l l iil o I t io lint tiole.
T,,iiii s llll,ii or tilt, th i, te livIIIi in catp.
Sift In (llth i t'lhIt- r arr, whio stored thle
1 .. 11 *' 'liniiiii i a ry in ll Ii two i 'o-
.*,*-.! / .t&'. a | '' ', *' '" ; :', : l iU a'i'ai alaiaanl 'ia linat'at. W hltla Kit'
.' .: .H. 'lHi fail ,ll t irlin i w illnig boats
S. )1 '111 i n.r, I n lie Il I. rf 2 Iinnly llooi 'Thil
la "I ale i ta li ll. r itfeilir, It I n e eol-
S ,, I t lin t m 11r.- 1ani fniinlo Ivtrreshlioe t
roltlitrno, %h1l Inhtit de done much to In-
il r al'ail'l II n i'ri'nlli -.Of iAmeris't as the
S ialial maC Ia'a'r'l'inl sla t bullderni.
lHiii inraiapk III tile delgnd lby Will-
Sialaal t'ifa'. 'Ih nine iealgei llcl Mhninrocl
1,I. ,r'al 11 Il 'I allge. W ho *i eonalis -

t' 1 4L 1,14 1 flit- A Ilpit <111lr l Iig ul1114 4-11p II H Ow -
-iiIi i n ita hilt arir in, in nktIpu aar tof ihe
.lI1,-ila'i, g' r.., naind to 11111 lit tlind t le ,,ti t
Vlitlslen of 111surock ill. Sir Thllorann
.......nIlIIt.ii .ill 'a-l td is f illl i to '"lift" 1thi
A inerlen's a Clip.

'T'lE UNDEJILItIODY O01' Till- IB lanIAN ':. ana Franrlcaon Msd'lple Upil in .Aa111111,.
Ai r. AugnaSt (Irsit loan maaIatti liat nnn-
clImllenigr and Winllta rLmtL i f nke lst- lnllnll lo ia .fauril fir crilllhllln ii rlnpor1um Aeinlabi t fla'l nMn ah u iaa'a'rnn l ii In d ilt't g
ulnlit c Iniproveniintsni oii lhI tn u l l linn I fnr rilrli i ( ',li).it l, in ana fa r cta itan lhli In ilhion. or n -nlil l, i'i el l li coll-
ali orlgxnn..lly deoigiinel. Mitnhei ma n iagel.e (IaIvE'. otritl1, 'li.i'. irlie i i Ilol 1 1 l t1 In m fro i
If It lind Ibeen ninatlo bL rol'ea he ynitlit lut tlif New York Haui Vll'aiI l i a'nln a.onalaii-'tloliS wll i1i'-- grL)iid,
lee Fymud Ihlcoml In wmlllliglon. Chldt I alth-lItnl In Nllmna. Mirluel orllI hIn (ilranI ('e nyon H aplid.
lrtaun ts, have bei(ni dalia','cv re, l Ili tin The Iaulu'tlllly iliJiiOii (ilillra'lr' In Ii urdlr dr. o mio il ai n i iaolllnlry wliiri
mnlesc o(f Il! AImcrlii aiiIe iCoaintinnl y iii palilin In i.xtrenil.ly Kl'enl. Durlnig tlhe Inillins isnld rl<'i 'l hgotl uIn1h ti enlisted
Wt'nrllilngtoHl to ihe snveraal lralli'ih'h In iIt six ypnra ln Il nnibler oft ch(lhlrelo twai nlnlnliK i lfn Iit-itnl.inIiiI to 10ot)
ot the diutrlet goerrinllent._ Tilte nclt'tle whio illiud nllllat'r olint yc'r fit agoe I tile almost lfnoloit rulltlA In ll tie (irnlnl
tIa ,dl by tlhn Iollulnpiny In vwelghilngi .%Mn1 1' 111 i1llan WIIvi 22'.'t16 an inlllt minllyon of tin ('.lor t 'ala iilial pler.lht d
rnii1tedl i sallnrtna e of flftppn out of 441J1l In 1lrit during the Rnillne porlo(l. Il tin I iit lA.liplI. 'I'l I vl liIt ti Ilra U
every 100 lounllds oMIpre. Clllllllto Vinllt 'lr --- l.--- l.
,.,ml,,r thl Fleet to VIt Usi.
Proe Distrlbutllt ofl' lbles. Advice frIot Iklln ristale that Gerr- Coal Dl bonv''re'd n "rl"'l'n C'olnabla.
It Is reported tliat, In view of the nillly will nenld ai litct Ot heIr lineint A large alreunl oa inald nil etmlroleunm
looting of Lwer Bilinls thnt took plnen wnr vpnmwrs to partlelpnate u tioe nnlial hnt s blelln l Uacovered In KI ioot nny, II
during the late war, the Brlitfilh libllo display nat llalptolnu IRklld In comine. C'., inarlr tl u nortlhwnnt corner of Idabo
Soietoy is to ninko a free distributlul tlion wlllt tile opening of Ih9 WVorld's nal w11thlin twrrity-llve unlles of th
lf 5000 Dutch Bibles bound lit leather. Fair at Ht. Louls Mnay 1. 1004. (.'C llanilm I'lllan Itnlllway.
The Sporting World, Tie liatlonatl Game. roWi orath TIllers.
Prelimi or the Corarl of e oot cdll 1.nJole keads the American batemen. Thie Bricklinyer' Internatienlt Uni
dates for the riell football teelm Ina.nalrermtip of
has begun. rYmour wants his release fronn Cln- Lns p mmlaerhtlp of over e10,m00.
The Mlel lielln won the woman's cla"iat. I b lla elphla teutller Wdrk empl
tothwm ,MIS cl111dren under slxtenl year@
doubles twn tennis tournament at ThI vetertnu Dickey Is doing great
Newport. o I1. work for Lowell.
Join Sanford's great spryater, Clhtc. Doyle, of Biooklyn ls worLIng hard AppIlcotlons for three charters
tanitnds, bas ltrokelt down at the Biara- and proving a the lliutonant for f Ed. Portoal rute nrhoode e Careved bti
toga, N. Y., race trnck. lHanlon. nd Jointroea.
The Abbott, 2.03%. hans sen his best elliher Kennedy oer Vell, of the It is expected that it will tbe but
days. ie b o( Ihna tWlleebeaten hb PlItiburrge, has mndo `>t etror thi few muutial wi;es.a tilufIlelut nnuilbe
er In ,ry pslow tlme ., stiD. o f schloolteaelhere.are oflnalqed ini vi
S r GL lli l r e le t Jsto and PbladeIltb etlula rtoiwl parts 'l tLa olry to warrni
'fii*Ul.iif A n ,l i LtgO AtlIe i q p4- the rormiatlqa.u o a orgunlui

p .g' sbQl 9top kl#rtkloa opyqttf l*sufgOMrea


been thrown into a lake close to
the summit, and that whenever,a stone
Swas pitched into the take a storm I-.
medlately occurred. The consequence
was that people were curious to ascent
the mountain to test the truth of til
storya.nd that the Luserne authorities
torbAde them to do so unless a rteplO t-
able burgher of the town accomtaitfll$ ,
them. In the sixteenth century, hbWl
ever, the state pastor of Lucerne dlw
polled the legend by throwing stone
after. stone Into the lake in the pres- .. -
once of his entire congregation, and
I calllnl upon them to witness that no ,
t untoward consequences'folhlowed upon
I bis action.

I ,. a intam Hen talases Snakes.
several weeks ago one of the'real-
Sdea ntof Smoky Hollow found 13 a&d
Sder' eggs under a decayed stump,
t. and, plaetng them under a bantam bet
. lAwaitd results. In due timoethe eluak-
e llg mother hatched out 13 little stritBd
sLedrs. The brood 'was lliferent '_
the downy darlings which shea bad p1, .
Srlousal reared, but the faithful
n tam accepted her trust and ,d14
best she could under the c
y lstnces. Several of the strilnlAt'6
o fell a prey to the family eat A4 others
receded from clvillsation lad tol.
;I the woods, but six of thwun a eW.
r- following the pusuled bantam'
Sthe premises In the daytime anilmo
a night -sleoping in the straw a
er which they were hatchod. Tfi -
a gling brood have becoWgl
it domestlcated tip respond .toIl
ing f their joeter gt9h r",,
Iter.ald, h

ti e Blue libliion or
tleo 8m, hbiI Itn-
S sp -rod. rlltilsh
S- n yactamern to putlt
St lest effort ever
S \ since It Wna cull-
Sttral f rotno thetll lay
.' "j a Ith vtvitorlous Amle'r.
e tRn blnlf century
ago. Tile ilttlelptls
of Sir 'Tliounin I.1p-
tell, lh rt., to "llft
tle In' linug" r falIl-
Inc to every nulrietln who tnlktilc itn
interest In alports. ompcclnll.y In vn Ilt-
Ing. It scolmii nl lilinist ilnc'ert lll' 1 tlint
so much inonra.v, 'whr t wonlltl 1,i lii'mr
tliin an niuiple fortinma tli m In Ilito'm-a
dany of Iiuge iet'lniiiulntlos of wen'llIh,
shliould boe SII-llt Ivlli no( otltlr olibji'e
than to secure a silver c'up of lilt I 'ln-
trI'Lsic vmnhic'. A few flg-
ures cnalernling I lin co t
of the pintluin In i which i
Sir ThnlionaR I llidulglnig
Ho frne'ly should l t of in
ter'rta to ilver' of r ithor-
ou\ih Slorlimnnnlhpll:
11l aoct itna ted ltIIe ex-
po-ias oaf his effort fIl got
tlho l (' i I ll 1890 itt $i!.lm ,-
000). 'i'lmt. how\vo'r. i, in

Itll.v. lor iht0 lIue .lvnc'lltn tl" ', .
wh'lilc l tle I'olunit crmulld 1 1aN11n.
itlon Aogi'hn, nnd witi Ilbs w no K oll\ow
)Is l il lhm-I nn 'J'hl t'iOlhl hi' v 1, lit in'-
tnnual m'iailig ti xpelimn n iin ISN>il it $1imi,-
(Hmt.. I Is lipnrobll.l th1nl e 111lan t iol' ilthe
seron)l l ri':la 1 n liln mlins n ltrla i-vo .r
tliat lntilg r., blt hulll w\ il\iln $.isi (nlii.
In loth l11i .I00i'i t l or lir i'ta i ts f r I l l the Ii i .n

tlnia' t"-i'lin, llmia lgitima u-l
lo t hal cin' litllch ii,'n'r Ili

III ile lilhluI rlt d of
m lalnilitr I i. I l it t lioi
of e'll et il' at ni a a'll I' lln tn

of 4 m -Noi .' itt u h111 11 i11 111i ,
fI la lot th I n' i1. I't tillillan

exp li 'ml-R. Pri 1111ti11l3
o1 thIle liut for hlntl IKI-
A rT. WnIMi. rl u Iwer r ..'lS.t0,i0(ii.
I.11nvlin tll yn' li't piropi lr na1 d 11 coI i.
Ing1 to the l oil tlint'rai o pent ion', hl'i' In'

i'r nmis'ltl hItU .\m11nim'. \bll 'u timhlr 111 ii
1dil .llan t lit l'i'lr' I h p n''m11 i It at \ ii- i
InaIt aminltnml on am aa part la lam-
I nl t'r ll nilt 1 l il4tl i r tIha t all ai' 1 L *r i li
\IM I lina Ill fa t mai iih li i
WV111- Ih,, onltilh.t1l d,4hh1l

a111i11-i 1 111nts of 1ll Infiien tIln yacht ill
, iii.-'nt w \li hin i 'iinv that ti bo truth Iti
, iml m I1i- Iii.A5n a .i nambimhn of yi ncilt dc1 -
lIillll la4 i ra a' 1 la i'i i-li d, al in l e owI O
II .i h illioll i im llii- Hi4tru'gglm o for tlnh
I.\lII-t l i' i'.- i 4 1). l'Tho Aliian'nai n t.vpl)
IQ1' m i.lil I m- n l ngei.r n wide, nH1hialiw'
1111ll l n\ i m lii al hHillh ln iiilt ind HnIIll pilIn


How They Are'Tested and Kept FrlPr:i .^^ l^
for Montha at a Time. '
Colal startge of eggs l one of the
rrr-ti.li't conveniences of modern
fllt-a. gi, ;irn housewives eggs in abun-
dance at at neiLBon when there would
otterwiHo bo uai egg fainlue, and en- ,
anhling the prordllco morchaltt to con-
trol the market the year round. 1
furn th i was done there was no c CO
lalnty of ottainilng fresh eggs except
In Mlr ng andt early summer, ahd ipeo
lalatorH wvero contitnully irlelag to
"'uiill" tho market, a process whilh of0-
I(en met with allshutt failure. "NQ'l00" ;
or wan LhO.,marfkot cornered than heb6Pt '
all-over, the country began liaylnl."
said ani-unfortunaite nHpecilnator. "And
thorne was 1o posslIble way of controlt- j
Ing the hena" he added, sadly. Today
tha. pricot of egga are definitely con-
i roled by the cold storage houses.
'rtle demand rcems to. be always equal
It If not Rroater than' the supply. It
I. 'stlniatiad that every flt ears the
ama ';,.amu l (ifnaaa (if oRgg doubles, A o nly
I aiir nit f-i r ol nf old o st irago keelp ir
1 iC, [I-,.4 I I ln cold lciruge I'boUm
.-^ na 111m 1',- hi lal fi ar .aun indeftAili '
1I nle iH Ir II-11 II I|l y \Ve rI' Just laid.,
'Iar i,,r-.I., aI a"'-'as Ials 1111 i m matter
lhls in (airefrul :mi,|lIg Inil) palcking of
lie egCgs I n n IunlihirI i -Uim r-rature.
An oldl lia iru in tl,. lrnsdlen gal- .
ley1 rI'irsI'inl a 1n D ih housewfeo
"il.lltiigK i'Ag." nn.l Hhows that the
ianIhoul in 1 ., (vodi.av watI In vogue
nmril' V Iaii n hlmiaIilIrd y' arH' ago, "Iex-
CHap for aini .i- lll ii tmiin on f a strong
eolelctr i Ight for tha nnI lont nil Imp.
Thli Interlor of th e'gg IH xamlined
by the glow of miglight whilh't shin iF dl-
roetly thrnnuih It lf a pe'rf'ct hall of
rosy rod In I'mill.i nflia in i clear It -
quid In n l('-i a in t-a ll. Hin 'Rgg Is fresh l.
If Ihero I n i rllglg hiinailini it ono end
it is freshly ellna gli for i tllnary I us, but"
not qulio sl frothli ea the I orst one.
Evaporation lnasH icot In, hiul for cake-
inalctng unil for many punrpoolethistegg
sl hotter thnnit perfectly frosh One.
Flnnlly wlhn the oagg has dtloomposeda
thn yolk Hlla'l to Ili i shell; it Is stale
and unfit for mise, thonagh It may not be
odorous. IOggK which this test ltioaFs
to l\e pra'illenlly frosh laid may not
hnve lhirlln In thon barnyard for months.. '
whllt tllhoMu lht Ihavo 1not boon prop-
erly MtIoredl will not ihear "candtlng,"
tholigh tlloy hative boonl laid only a few m

The cold t orItRII hi)1Aes begin to
store eggs In thu nlumanlh or Fbrnary,
and stop storing afte'tr thln month of
June until cold wealitlhr romon again.
In the hot, sultry wnlliter of AugIIet
eggs, like all othor porlihalleo pro-
dinet, spoel easily, and nre uslHially nn-
fit for ptoraghl pmnrpoe n ly the time
they are brauRht to miurtln-.t.
The first oggs to real I tho great
packing houses conlo fiton the far
south. In March the midli stnten and
those near lby sondl in their oKgs for
storage. In April and May oggH from
tJhe north andl tho anHifrn Hsinlt rench
marliet In great quiniillllH N lefore the
end ofi Juno there itrn ailton a thout-
Handl carlotaHn In market t I lin etored ,
for the dull Hnseon "whnn the hens
will not lay."
At theio parkingR hnamioi the temn
peratlrn INr li'(pt nl : 10 ,IogrmlmH Fithran- ,
holt by insoaeH of pipes tilrrolugh which ,
brln inelr ctilato, exactly as iamUn does
In nmodlrn hoimnae. 'ThI) no(ret eof
storing auggiH icrsfuiilly ronnslt Ia to
keeping thomn at only two degrees be
low freezing ponlt. In minrronindings of
npollesn cloaullnliin and ln sorting
Ihone that havn hoaigun to Inl stalo from
thnHo that are li.rintlfy fr:ahli.

Meanest Man In New York.
Paopllh who nre Intoreoitln in the
problem of trying It dotermino who i
the muanoet rnman In New York, will
find an Introtillng cnaodidate In a man .f
who drovo up to tile hrldge entrance
in an ninlonohill at about 6.80 o'clock
tho othor night, when traffic at that
Inolnt waste unusually congested. He
utoppod his macahlne In the middle of
thie roadI anld houtld to a newsboy to
give lhitnm lhaoelhill extra. The boy
handed iup a paler which the man pro-
cpeded to rmaad without paying for It,
never heeding the remarks from drlI- .
ors behind him. As soon as he. had
loarned the result of the balll a I ha
handed the paper back to th'n rMt .:.. '
boy, pulled the lever oat les. q i ';'.,. ,'
and drove away. The boy 'edabtl 111; ;;,,
hut the machine wMa too speed' ':'P
the policeman on post on the.r#0i!4.1 ,':-.'^r
said he was sorry he hadn't mfimeiuIt '
the mean lobster for bl iklng the .*.
road.-New York Sun. '-''IH

Legend .of a Lake.
A cllmbing accident on Pllatus is re- '
ported. The mountain is interestia, 'g,
says the Westmlnster Oazette, as the ..',
first of tihe Bwlsn helghta to which
'climbers turned their attentlnn. There .
was a legend to the effect tla '
the body of Pontius Pilate ihad. "'''

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Crft vllel TWi-Al ek A Star COLUrIBIA'S NOBLEI! FIMT. ILast Sunday's TEimes-Union was 46 -a 6 vt
.itl.UIoivlle 'nWCe-A-Wee l Sta The temperance people of Col- cerainly a dandy--a dandy i,
-D.- ODWIN, imbia county are making a noble' many respecrs-and -ie fe ll, W V
Shdltor ad Proprietor, fight against the .slooirs ill that who can look at those fit' !y nine- .
county, and the editor of THR beautiful Florida gi Is whoe pic In Stock, and ar constantly receiv-
Intered April 28, li03, at anellle STAR, who did what he could tures came with th- im,. ri [t*li,.tilr_ ,. '
Fla., as second-clase matter, under Act of ing p--,Le" Shoes for 'Men, l
Congress of March 1879 against Ithe liqiio fiend in Alachua Sunday, antd ftl >il t,) L;t I I-' I 1 1
"a "county for five long years before he inwxard inexnt ,,I., ol.-i- Wonmen and Children, at popular
Published every Tuesday andl Friday, haa the pleasure of seeing the sa- ward aill runine. "" ,l Ii r .pricCS and (01 the best Lakes.
it $1.00 a year in advance. loons closed is heartily in sympathy anyitin Ig )ic-'r th', to hr I ling up
5o Cents for Six Months, with them in their noble fight. by th iiiuel, .nil iIII'lllAl lodLeath I
25 Cent for Three Months. With no saloons iin other school lnl y1.%uli ng ticks.
ADVRTISNc, RATS. towns of the State Lake City ca- artular attention to the Ladies
locall Readers In revere type, 5 cents ri not afford to let hers remain. A I-. 'I l l 'V )le h a v re i tL'Particular tte ntionl to the Lad ies
line for each insertion. .. ready many new stincnt.as a prom- thlaws published l, the -s me Brockport" and MenUs "All Amer-
Space fordisplay a"'rtisemi'nuts priced ised to East Florida Se.i,,ry and 1 iof theimlae en tlii, lnt l ica and Walk Over'' grades. .
m application Gainesville Graded amd H11 gh 111douit if 5 per cent of the voters
--- school because Gainesville i a dry have read them, and a month froI J. D M atheson,
..,e'apital is a better friend to labor town, and it will be the same with now but few will reimeeiiihr IJp.'Ving *
han some laborers are. Lake City schools if Columbia seen them. They hlive been pttub)- 0 ,. .
county goes d ,ry ,ext ,,oth. lislied, though:, or are being pub- hoe and Leatldjit bre. n le, L ,
When bad men speak well of you The kind of parents who are listed it, one newspaper in each
t is time to examine yourself. willing for their boys to be sur- county, at a conjI-i lei' h4 exlCl. 4. penl 41. s40-
Congressman Sparkman seems to rounded by salpoons, and saloon in- to the public atnil sl in. Ir(fit to a F
e undismayed and so do his friends. fluenices, are not the kind -as a few publishlii.
rule-wlho send their boys to bouiil- i Alivei it- Ii, -h c .RJ
I, e, v.eli i-, 11 nlifrn rri I'ls whl b -.fCen
After the candidates get through ing schools. No thinking man or io for olr ,si but want 9
talking the voters will Tender a woman can doubt this statemieuni; "the Cod rd to fjotIll tie bills.
verdict, then, fellow citizens of Columbia thI. od l. tho pl t s for the is. Sehedul. L ft.ctive JuK .-S, Itj3.
Watch the political chessboard, county, will you not think, auwll o tI.C. I.r r and rmi1rns 31 1 I HN1i11.-N. 66 5t i 34 6
but don't forget the good roads think seriously, too, beloic -on I u.r -, _uld.ei ti)n te \hiwheel, isr 9.3as 9 3a op 3 p I 1. ..jackoniville A. r Io 50a 7 153i 5 oGP
question cast your vote on Sept. I i lt little force. Tle ori will '5 5p 3 4 ..... wi . 2 6 3 4 20
now tip to the voter.-) of L l rmer rain, .1ut ill 45P 5 ,p A ..... .. 7 .a 4 04a 2 530
W e are suspicious of any man county to decide eail '-r r :, the i r r I it' Will12 .. 5 p .Ar ;,. ,\ 7 .53a I 31
who is too good (?) to take any in- will continue to pa. lit.,vv tax to.~,lo at hir, mr r i th e 7 551) .r ..... .C ar 5 5 1
terest in politics. support aind proscctite sailuoi-nriade -- tiep rier . C Ilvr. r. . 55. 12 41 p
cri inals hi e ev e t and thle Lordl will (11) d lo l il 2 55P 2 rl. . \',I luo . 2 31 a 56p
Lee county votes on the liquor crimnilals, whi, every legitimate 5 5P 21E . rli"i1 . 227 op b a
e ount vote i o h nterest- including their schools- A post:1 card sent f<.n 3ill lle 4 l4p 7 20na '. . Go P 82p 5lo 37a
question Sept12, d Columbia suffers, or weather they will hKin- to one of the absent Ibri.tl-er, reatls. 5 Tip 5 3 ... l'n,iu .9 23P 9 45
ish their eight saloons and prosper )"Dear Jim Nitlrini' but good irews 7 2bp 46a M.,ia . 3 5p 7 27a
The Suwannee Democrat thinks as they have never prospered lup to to lell yo u. \',ur c 1 p'-ll Oi tire 6 ,--p 6 ,r 3'I '. 3 opa 2 op
Mr. Dorman, of Suwannee, is the this timne. tnir6 gage, yinr r lh.ir brol oun NORTH AND ,FA!T 34 'ST & NWv ORL.EANS 56 57
man for comptroller. Goverorg' alled o' jnil, :ti' your didly ris ;tet got
Governor Jennings allege d 1 t rilroa- 1-v acksonille .l 7 1.1p l, J.ko vl . 3 top 9 25
The Senatorial candidates are to platform utterances are being 11 rAr Fernanlina ,,I ,oP .)I Ar l.ue City . 5 5fP I 2o
uttra1e are biia10 r.. i)I ni nt' over ri 1e. Ar inl 1i ovi- fAr tlunawick . Ir I r p L\r i..ve < ... . 6 35p ii 20p
be at Punta Gorda today, and all praised and criticised-praised by rnin' over Iais leg. A in't i'rovi- r % rBnswick. ..........IP i-,p A r live Jsok .. 6 35 12 04p
eyes are turned in that direction, his supporters and criticized by te Anr Fairfax. . 3 ,P .I\ar MoliN loi ..... 9 5op 3 ISP
opposition. For our part we fnil riLtn. Ar Denmark ......3 57P 2 2 a Ar Taillnhasec . 9 .10oP 3 25p
t Ar olruilnia.. . ; 3 P 5.,)p Ar Q.incy ... ... .. 4 7p
The Jews in St. Louis are pe- to see anything unusual or u, llIO o i, i ]Ott Ar Canlen . .. 7 p Ar River Junction . ..... 5 op
al. or i 1Ar Camden . 7 ) 4 i Ar Penacola......... .... 10 5
titioning theatthorities to close the pected in what we have seen pull tLe ,.tir e ,vli.I l I',1 r iill re- Ar Vilnii gton . .2 i. p Ar Moile 2 5s5a
saloons in the Third and Fourth listed as the substance of his pl t Ar Soutlihetr ines n i,\i 8 ',4, Ar New Orleans . ... 7 251a
wards. form lie seems to favor .so1 gret to l a1" h. t l 1 l r i e Ar Raleignh . L. Jackso. .ville' -.. ........ lop
w s I g I ,I I I (I I 'lr Ar 1 ,ort ,ino,,, ,, 01):1 ., -1l.. A ,r M a ,, . . j 44a
Wonder If therewillbeany "lov- ery good things and has t talk e ie Ialt lit:tIf I l.d, Ar % gto . ai oa . . 2 0
Woni der if t i layabout any very bad hings. At t, Ar IbItinuore. ..... ..... i ,i 1 i aslvilc .. 9 2 1op
Aug.Ar i'hi22lan.1i-ll 1 I 1' 2 -. i ...I...................97 3,,a
ing cups" at Punta Gorda today, what he favors, and the kind oit :a i tl it 5 i t l Ar INew 'i"tk 4 Ci 'a t. . 1. 7 3
or will it be taken direct .,irom the platform i he alnounes le not as nlM tIl. io t n At i t. n. i tit. ,i Ine .t I A r n.. ..Ci If n e .-9 a
bottle? iniportant as what lie will do., what i vi ect I o -n as,, toonni .-. ., -o nl 1,1, s .ept satir-.
IlIe 1 a 1 1 1 i p-)t a lls, t-ui11 **illeM 1v l lit .
W hy should Florida have five he cIn i do, and who Ine canl get ins 'raiu N,. _i, 'e.>ic,,l I-sr. rc- ... ,lin.'in r ini.Ii l' iinrlsui sleepirs between
Senators and Congressmeun, if one his plntlbrinn with l ls I 11 if lie .shoul I \ c all 1 n I ,*mr .r :. ( i i Tmi .'- 'Taipn, Jucks-Inville ,til N 'w ')Yor; l in ischt i, 'm l annd \\V unh ingiul.>, Vestilniled
natorsand ongre m it succeed il ay c getting to W s. er lcles i,twc-n j.rck.,soni te .lI s Wi.siiigitonn via Riciiniund. Cate tdiinig
Senator does it all? W ill soine succeet rn. ttslo 1u 1 ,;l'ih v V h,' ..t. ll ) car service frin Jack.oiville.
body tell us? ton. It is rnot S<) unch e ll tll ni i n. 'in )) iri ii \' lit, ..ill i .1 i .i. I No. 66, :,- as men that we need n Tid'aliar .1 ii h ini-.lll ,1,,> r Imi in I i of s vi lle an Neleo btween Jack
It's all nonsense to talk about and W ashington. P'l atF nriisn, ii l ii f..-'air in t.., ., ,',i i wtliit-I No. 55 colnects at Stirk for I. irn,.'.'e .\latiinun \ilinrul, .Vniilicr and inii-r-
any one candidate controlling the out men on then i are wo)rtlilv-, I i n Ii, l. li n .. o.,gi lrIl Soll mediate poin an.i r crer wi li Ir i rdNI r a a J cksonville.
Florida press, for some of the boys men are. valullble, evin witllS i I n -, i i i.nl i :, il l-: to steamuers for Key West anId vmi.lavii a-l.i e I 'ort Tampa ,uninduys, Tuesdays iind
can't even control themselves. platforms. i,. .. i i en, ak vi l p. a.
C.A'FF'-t. f.IA Ct.A(g)N i t., .-\n-'t G 6eis. I' .\,emit. Jacksonvill., I Ian.
.. l'l,,ill ,.'., 1 ii i. C. CO lD tickett A CeIIt, Gi'iinn .-s jll<.
There are no necessary evils; When a niin airinnti.Inces lh-, <.u i-.
when a thing becomes a necessity it didacy foi any office lie slinlil l i- i l.-i i .... i ii 1l .,lli, ...-.
cannot then be an evil. No, a nis e- frank enough to tell the li. *j i l ithii li. Si t. l n, -. i, -- -...
essary evil never did exist any- that his principal reason r hnI. i;nL'e rigid ciiampi inl U,-i.. ini ; li, t
where. coming a candidate is Ihe fact tll:it coiiiing e-ic.rn inrnir iOi i-n .n-
Is West Florida's crop of coandi- lie wants tlhe omce. Then lie v'll'c, i l tinr l l tt c ii tilie -,i..l l
dates to be small, or did the last might proceed to state u few i.;tw hI10 get tllire Illov will i,.1 nhl;t *rt
session of the Legislature uip there sons why lie wants it, ib.lt it he he theL y ll re there f 1 ,l ,iu ,',,,s :111, 1 l notI -"'
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Higher p ice paid ifor eo a Islandu ottn

In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firn ti Nil-is
made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.

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G oainesville, Florida.
The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
Ahstracrt f0 T oitl piece of land in Alachua County Ap ii A ail !
Abstract ofl T furnished on A __plicatio.
STAIES RETURNED AND PAID. All business given prompt and careful
e h Attention.
SB. R. COLSON, Manager.

ctr Se ad Responsible Companies,
INT10 Correctly Written Policies,

S4t~nrth- n---M NNr'-- Liberality of Contracts, '
-IV uInIliy UC eUlidlUtilntiOII Prompt Faymet of Losses
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Victor Safe and Lock Company,
'..l The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contni .
Splating the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line, froAm a
T box to a bank vault, will save money by consulting us. In for Vn
At nation cheerfully furnished. Call on or address

c a Cushman & Hill, )

get the planters behind with their glns to tell the voters il"" "is l ol t.' ripecial pior1,-l.e ,o .c ciinig
work? mlanly friends have overplc-rsiiualcl nii,.ing sell.
.. hn to enter the race and that he is l
Sr hn nriin b dy li;>s irngc'-MLrn l t irrit all
Candidates who are in the ni n- doing .so rather against his ow l.
ket for "good coon dogs" should will, soe of them will thik (if of nhe c. iiJ it id or
be careful, lest they get some h1ey do11,t s L.) ll lis lying. Al WIM thet uggsioi ws de
'.'i-reiv'er t Ireni.nnggc-tIrni d'rva rllade
darkey's 'possumn dog palmed ofl if any should bie fonllmlih cogh to wi th ivI hope it dl,.-polatinl4 tei
on them believe lhi thiy si ly syllpat i/sv
will Ini, aid do what little l iyt for a hole month.or beca
Brother Caldwell, of the WVliite call to keel hii tIromi being iig e th relcl d t k kin t gges.ti
tll illi ; tlic t li lLt S lM 'l h.is gulie
Springs Herald, don't like Senator to ain office lie doti't want. Just l
Brown's platform, but Brother Jor. us well to tell the truth about it r r
dan, of the Punta Gorda Herald, gentlemen, for lying wont d(6 .111\ 5rAl'1 I RIl5s CLIPriNIs.
likes it very much. good in the end. \ blut her in South lIorila sita'cl
..a.t week. threeo.r..g.. ..u...n ---- -- F"2 ir( isnll :i s l( mi tirtcs. 'lire beardl
Last week three young woi nel According to tihe St. lPeotIrshluig g ilg .i, .11 oi
were admitted to the bar to irac- Timnes, Jno. S. Arnold, a lecoglli/d g g q iti of th sil l st
tice law in Boston. Florida has autlionly on the conriition of tile i intl .IC nlili. .or
nrany women who are daily Inviliy oranigc cil), C" etimiates this yc.ir' Ilcl.l
down the law to men. crop for time State at 15,0). It sacks
Sixteen coiuntics are mentioned insil
Perhaps no other State is making tile estate, anid lte niers w e liied last week to carry
more rapid strides in the right di- gie rn ge ri10 0 in Dd those ivi'ate '1 wailt your suip-
rtion .n i. tgiv lnge froI g 10,000 i' Dade tr -
rection thau is Texas by driving cotirty to 600,000 i DeSota city. llt po)" 0 lttcr, of tie govv'rnor.-
out her saloons. But Florida is For Alach1ti0 county 315,0(10 i, ApnIdiicla Times.
also doing well along that line. do'n. There is mohig i l1 1 -I
down. .,There is Inotlhin, in ih I.
N\N i:t h.I- b;c.' iiu ol f 1-rAilk k lalrk
There seems likely to be sonlne pl>blishled accot unt of the esitil nat e
little scramble for tue attorney-gen- to ildicaite wlietlier the figures an li-, t' ciil.cy l
eralship. Dogget, Ellis, Abrams, given are intended to replcse'nt l aug iceltS tile s tciO th lfvolitc
Koonceland others, are mentioned as single oranges, boes of oranges or it t n tr ftot
probable candidates for the office, dollars, (surely they cnn't repre- of t- eilnli- ot Neir 'e N 1 W n
sent cents), but we presuinme the -Ml ll tll -
There is talk ot approaching wan figures must le intended to lepre. -
between some of the ]Eastern Pow- sent boxes. TI'le St. I'elr-iig lStinI. s.olves
ers. If the war coues Iluring lhie. ti pro>1lem Ikli Is I -the solution:
next twelve months Florida poli- 'e have beeh n for ie a long tlicm- 'e \\'.i iWial],l Ik-.Alu, IIICII m i' ,,- c.1r.
i te political friend of Attoi invyi,1
ticians will know but little about it. General Whitfeld, but w n me- l nlll 1. ilr I.I r l s.
N o it.n l lv r 1hs in.iik t i.O tt1i i to
Merchants who have .. or .1 endorses that Socialistic opinion f No wdr k U' .l to
Man ring hat o a ave ior h le J. M. narra, that a legal rigih to il't'll';Ie it- stoeCk." 'Il.ii..,' Sun
anythlog that candidates are likl Yexit is property nlld sholAd Ix ..
tpexist is property and should h'
to buy should. put their 'ad'' in taxed, we have come to "the Lli irt \Vill Iistior I lnr \. Jo n!son
the papers, for candidates are cer-l ing of the ways."-White Springs of e A, ..tcl.it.olsr Tir pl .se
taiuly reading the papers now'a- n- ;eplailn h t .mrs b di,
days. lie aslime' o' yourself, Brolther al t c ... r oi
A ll C li~- 'w ell, vou is been talk in' ngin l '
All delinquent subscribers are d.lrngin, and now ou gei Cllrto1 ie gt.ld corl ildog ? I CtiLot'ins i
earnesty requested to pay up bay rei "elrs o rlcu ii ot ot' n th ie D.otllcatclll. ptlt111.. I
. t y.'enusing Binrrs o' rtideriu' Sociali-i- ,
t 1. I ou t ave been reading tic opilio"s, an' ole Nick 'iinself 'lfin-Unlion.
yX STARt Wi rout payig for it wo'ts jineyou in any sich 'h e i b t ki lt e
yoU Ught ato consider these lines uv a good manllSince it became known t he
WreSed to you. j ,y in the.Jett-Whlite tri.Al in Ken-
o D Tobacco and -Indian corn vwre I tiky were doomed to listen to the
HoI. R. W. Davis may not make unknown, except by the Northl earnest pleas of eight lawyers, four
as SM A MPW at M Punta Garda American Indians' until Americao n each side, all wonder has -ceased
today M a Stokton. and was discovered by white men, and that they had to go after the men
..e... ., noow thle two,producs 8fo9ur aSOl to sit.on the jury and .march them
a guu.-Pens-.

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