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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 28, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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DEYVQ T "a T'O Tr.&X bOILA.L. BtJ SIWbz 2S -A41WD FLITXI QAL M '~lMMJT OF QIT ,


THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.


apt Geo. M. Lynch the Chief
Speaker of the Day--ni
SLecture Much Enjoyed.
ui 66attsr.lay-, A ugust 22.. i11., tuie -, I"
4uWanuu- l_ i R river T"r ,.'lis .t'..',t' s-,tt '- "
met at lhe lItanJ I-,t cliutrcihi t L'r,' ui II, '
Wilt W s felT LI-Vii 1 1,11. ,)[1 ,Itk'-Lllil 1'1.! hl" l,.
water tIle att, itt ant. s 1e t 1 ,.. It,
but t0ot theis wel% U u rq-1 ua k lit
5opeople, auisMtng ~linl. E Xtll e th ii nt. t
each rs .. I I 1
I At 1 :3u Itu IM l'-,siite i AN
plmed lto rih er by thIe l ietI t .. I1 lie- 0 1 11
nd, a sal after hile o01-tinll i l e 1I, I' Y I/ '
J, Lovt, a slplelc it progriii was, i :-
nted aiil cari s d out i':V'ter th eU i
resent lsd a place on the Iprog.ram .iI u ht blffb
t oile of them failed to, repiindI v.; th
mething good anti(dto u thie pI t
Much Interest was suhon I'ci the lir t, -,
ut the climax wv.s Cie.chell I hei, it
Solo ocaik- Capt., e.k- 1. 11.l us u -
I.apt Floria Seminarv, s-i t,.milue..
as the chief speaker' foi l- ,d;, I ,. s ; hi
,ait fornle. lecture on lOur 1i-l.,s iaI
Girls."
1lis speech wa-, full ofI gf.,ll poilLts 1La
teabhers, pupils 1nnl l.irents, andsI, t.
wiltbhtanding it was long, it was listt,-i..,I
;b'6ith unabaLed interest from the Ig.u,-
;ingto the end. It was pronotnuccd orn
of the ablest efforts of it- kindls er er- luved'in the West Hinu. Excellent muici
was fornislued by the Weeks hi ,ttI houri, I'ii ulisc .stntiliuit lhas been asoutsed in Columbia county, atid is rlliLuhing to t."e rescue of all that is worth living fofr, antd with the mighty
Judson.
Realizing what great good Rhas In:ei ac-. .w' ,rd sfi Ibalh.ts will, on September 1,5, slay the hideous monster which is crushtng the life out of all that is dear to civilized people in Columbia.i
complished by the Iustitute. thie ueachlcs, --- -
have perfected a pe..naniiet nalli/-atio'n TREiNTON HAPPENINUS. THE CAMPAION IN LAFAYETTE. CONFLIITINU OPINIONS. W. A. ltrickltld, osne of the county's
and the work isill be cothis tu-it .ue --L leading citivena wats in the city Wetlnes.
sumnner. The nar e rchoiuei f iII(: o tDsthl of a Glood Lady-Weather Has Rev. W. J. Carpenter's Views on the houses Needed-The Town D)ead frou c his "tione at "aranlhie. i
ganization is "The suiwm.unc t il\.:s Moderated--Other News. Situation. -People are Coming
I A llMss 1nra lclilluit has returned
Teachers Association, anil the sficers II.NT'r.. Alug. 26.--lrs. C. C EmioIO SrTAR:-The saloon fight ll "The lcsL evidence tlatta city is i rnosn
ghtin Thehea evdece hat ciy l lpos lule Witlirt pleauuc itlutg hat (tutoned.


elected for the ensuing vear iare, J A
Ormond, president; Mis,. KRihv ltwh\ iis,
vice-president; Miss Alama i .ten,.
secreth-y; 0. M T'illllanii, isriit.nt -,:c-
retary.
The three highest officers wesi apl,oiuit-
ed to se. e as an executive comuinittee,
and to arrange the program mid pl.te
for the next meeting.
TR*ENTON COIRIDsroP I.N I
Pinkoson Uot Ticket.
The free ticket to New You k and le-
turn, together with inci.ilela'l ecIxenlies,
which was offert.l by (aninesville iuel-
chants, was drawn Wucdnediliay I City
Marshal Clas Pinkoson.
A numberof persons hladi moie of the
trade tickets to be placed in tle I)oX to be
drawa from than Mr. Finko )n had, blut
the nature of the dra :ing was such that
it would have been Dosslble for a l person
holding only one ticket to be the success.
ful one though others might have had
thousands of tickets.
Several persons tried to buy the Idraw
from Mr. Pinkoson, but be sa.ii lie night
desire to use the ticket Il'-nself ami so
would not sell.
Must Close Sunday.
Judge Colman requests The Star to say
that all business houses where goods are
sold that are not among the necessai :es,
must hereafter remoaiu closed drlring
Sunday.
/ This order is aimed principa"y at colI
drink and fruit stores where groceries
and other things are being sold, the same
on Sunday as on other days, and which
state of affairs has been complained about
by some of our best and even most liberal
minded citizens.
The Judge declares that those who dis-
regarded this order A.ll be arrested ani,
tried for violating :te S -te law against
Sunday selling.

The Governor Has Acted
It will be pleasing to the friends of
Hon. W. W. Colson to know that Gov-
etaor Jennihgsr has respected the v dishes
of the County Democratic Executihe
Committee by appointing Mr. Colson
tax assessor as per the recommendation
of the committee.
As soon as Mr. Colson gets his com-
mtision and g:ves the necessary bond he
will be ready to take charge of theoffiice.
Por Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua County:
S.1 hiereby announce myself a. candidate
for the offic of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
dties of the office to the very best omy
abWt, and I solicit the support of all
v at at the Polls.
S respectfully,
W. C. HAGUE.

.9d newppapera, suitable for swapping
tP es. a hundred or 25 for 5
t S, AAR officer.

B T iLIFE
:. 1 ,.wniecNulety of the
':" '- ..* ** MUatt!4 Statas,
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I), nlinal. I.,i who i hal heen an invalid for
two \o;ar;i elil at lier home Monlayv,
hiia|p' Ieinug the iminmneliate cause. She


J.aFayette county waxes wnruu. A bar
rooanl 1an1 front Lake City, who has seen
the hatidwriting on the wall, bas worker


lRa-s.C a hliiilsanl, two children, father up the election. One of Iis right landl
anuil other, three brothers, one sister,tn is a d is a isreputable negro, and another
niid a lhist sto otier relatives andi frieilus, is the chinirinuI or the board of county
Lo nmours I tir ilepartire. Deceased was columniisioners. and a third the editor of
ntloui firtl\ vem.s orf slge, a consistent Lhe only paper published Ill the county.
utemlber 4if the Clristlan church, anIl I here are some very ignorant people in
li)v.l I an.I specterd Ihy all wlio knew her. out-of the-way sections of the county,
slie wa-, : tender tnmthier lcre. mid in her lnd the most of this ignorance is in favor
lile the Ird ii I fear of thie larroom. Thie more intelligent
M,.s-i.. It. IF and C. A. Williams went people are against the saloon. The dry
tL New,.irtx on ttusitness Tuesday people are sanguine of success. The re
11. William, returned homtre 'Caesdev suit wnl be hard to determine till the
froum t'llhomansvills. C,.. where lie visited count is made. I have had good atidi-
hi ick ,ghtences, and much interest is tuanifeitetd.
is eickour days travel with two speeches each
Mus te.ie Colson of tiuesville is day has been the program.
visiting her grand mother, Mrs. M. D. The whiskey men have circulated the
Colson, of this place. information that Alachua county is
n. R. Colson, who had been visiting ruined because suit has been brought in
reliiuves litre, returne.1 to Gainesville a the courts by the bar room men andl the
few dlays'. ngo county is bankrupted! Other lies equally
The weather has moderated andt we as black have been told to hoodwink tile
are not having so much rain, but the temperance people.
water has reached a fearful stage. The This county has some fine land in it. 1
tint woods has overflowed, and the water have seen more good timber lately than
extendst out into the country a mile or for a long time before. It would be an
more. Crops have been overflowed and unspeakable shame to foist a saloon upon
unuch damage done. The farmers are this developing county God grant that
having to gather corn in boats and it ts it may not be so. Respectfully,
lit only for hog feed. Pinders are ruined, W. J. CARPRNTIBR.
cotton is badly lamiaged. Acres'of crops
are to'tlly c)veredl w;th water and many Dave Hall Acquitted.
of the school children are prevented from Dave Hill, the notorious negro crook
attending o account of high water, who is under bond in the State and Fed-
etal courts for selling whiskey in a dry
Saloon Men's Fight. county, and who was arrested several
Yesterday afternoon R. E. Davis, sa- days ago for selling again, and has spent
saloon attorney, filed papers in the long several dayin jail this week, erasyester-
talked whiskey case. It will be remem- day afternoon acquitted by Acting May-
lbered that tie saloon men said when the or McArthur, who said he considered
the saloons were first closed that they the evidence against him not sufficient to
would be open within thirty days. They justify a conviction.
were closed on June 6, and are not open The principle direct evidence against
vet, and we assure our readers that they him was by a negro who does not hinr-
vi:11 not le open when they hear from self bear the best of a reputation, and the
them again, acting mayor seemed to think the
The action is brought by Attorney prisoner'sdenial was as worthy of belief
Da .s, and in the name of 1. P. Edwards, as was the evidence of the witness
S. V. Duke, P-'d others, against the against him. In law this view of the
county commiissigners. The attouaey matter may be said to be well taken, but
claims that the election was not properly we believe the public is justifiable in
advertised, that the tickets were not giving more credit to the evidence of
properly printed, and in fact that the even a disreputable witness who has
calling and holding of the election, and nothing to gain by lying, than to the de-
declearing of the result, was a very il- nial of the prisoner, who knows that a
legal affair, cQviction means hard luck for him.
The people of Alachua county-and Several negro women who are of the
the public ii general-know that no tough sort swore hard to clear Hall.
election was ever held nearer In accord- The evidence of such witnesses Is clearly
ance ,.ih the law than was the one in unworthy of belief or respect, out tihe
question, but they know, also, that the courts are powerless to overcome the evil
saloon mea and their attoriies would be brought about by such false-sweasing,
'assatisfied at the result had themselves and until Hall can be caught in the act
been the only persons who voted wet by some rpatable persons he w.ll proba-
tickets. bly continue iith his lawlesness, but he
The liquor traffic in this county is ia so bold with his cussedness that he
dying hard, but it is dying, nevertheless. will doubtless be taken in again, and
for good, before the State and Pedearl
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen grid juries haven opportunity to in-
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf qire into the cas for which he is a-
Seady under bond.
'0 Cents a dar aTeed will grow to


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l erous is the tleinaul for Ihouses.' re-
mIIrkiked 1'. E Voyle, manager of the
Ahstrast 8Iail Realty Colnpauray, yesltr-
layn. "I have been living ill Gainesville
a rent nlany years," he continued, "and
caui say witl inlpunity that I have never
Sxlpcrie'cedl sticl a ldeisand for tesi
deunces as we have had for the past year.
There lire uot a half dozen residences of
niodelrate dimtensioua and price available
in the city, nnil the demand Is such that
they are likely to be engaged within the
next week ".-G(ainesville Sun.
Will our friend Schafer haruimonize the
above Atateniint with the claim that
Gauineaville is "ildad" because the lina-
rools were voted onte We want to
kiiow.---.evy TineasI-Deixocrat
If any man knows when there is a de
iinnid for houses in Gaiuesville I'. I.
Voyle knows, and every man who knows
anything kuows that the death of a town
does not Increase the deuinald for houses.
For every person who lenveq this city he-
cause the saloons were closed two or
three will come for the saiic reason, and
tliose who come will certainly not be iit-
ferior to those who go.
Capt. J. J Riley was iln the city Tues-
day for Osceola.
J. D. Dellose was in the city Wednces
day from Duttoun.
Mr. 'T. A. Carroll of Jacksonville is
visiting friends In the city.
Mrs. Williams Jones returned from a
visit to friends at Rochelle.
Miss Lula Lal'ontisee went to Jackson-
ville Tueslay to visit friends,
Supt. Holloway visited Rochelle
Wednesday on school business.
Capt. J. J. Barr was in the city Wedunes-
(lay from his home at Micanopy.
AMrs. J. G. Rice wasinI he city Wednes-
day from her home at High Sprnings.
W. C. Brown of Newbe-ry was anmoing
the business visitors to lle city Tuesday.
Mrs. W. J. Carpenier returned
Wednesday from a few days visit at Citra.
Dr. J. L. Kelly returned Tuesday from
Jacksonville, where he transacted busi-
ness.
Miss IIdel Shelton of High Springs la
the gues of he.- cousin, Miss Maund
Duke.
Miss Uertrude Cusbman has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends in Jack-
sonville.
Mr. and Mrs. B. If, Powell of High
Spring were in the city a short while
Tuedalay.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. lMixson of Otter
Creek were guests of friends in the city
Wednesday.
Capt. J. W. Carter of Micanopy was
transacting business in iGainesville
Wednesday.
Hon. J. A. Roeborough of Windsor
was among the business visitors to the
city Tuesday.
C. J. MixsoJ of Dutton arrived in the
city Tuesday afternoon to spend a whils
with his family.
Hot. P. G. Ramsey, county commisL
aoner from Wacahoots, was ti OQamlae
ville Tueeday on business.
t: W. EI. Robertaon tdsa ddangter
iW- Ovpfrde, have hu et oc ssa a


lwat IIt toP.


lioule iroin a pleasaltl outing ait O(illold,l
where sihe was the guest of the Wilsoni
family.
I relsh melnts, grocerica and vegetables
Call, send me your orders or 'phone for
what you want. J G;. larrold, '1'hone
No. 35.
Capt. A. Paul, special nKgeut for the
United States land office, has returned
from an official visit to points in LaFay-
ette county.
if it is job printing you want just send
your order to the htar. It will have
prompt attention, andl work aind pricoa
will suit youu) tf
I1. R. Colson rettrnerll Tuiesdlay after-
noon from levy county, wheri e i ie had
been to visit Iis mother and other re-li-
lives and friends.
Giddings' lair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. 11. olddings, c.ainea
ville, and the PoNtoflice Drug more, lighl
Springs, Fla.
A. U. Ilillerv, Evinston; M. I,. Moore,
Rochelle; N. J. Williamu, Wade, anil
Alex Reid, Montbrook, were visitors to
the city Wednesdity.
Ifr. II. 0 Jeflords aud wife, of Highl
Springs, after spending several days here
with their daughter, Mrs. I-asterlin, re-
turned home Wednesday.
For a few days old newspapers, suita-
able for wrapping purposes, canu be h1ad
at THE STAs office for to cents a hun-
dared Forty-five papers for 5 cta.
Miss Christine Richards of Galeavillle,
who has beesn >he guest of Miss Louise
Harris,.is now visiting Miss Eloise
Miller.-Ocala Hailner, Aug, 25.
Mrs. J. E. Futch and daughters. Misses
Marion and lEva, and Miss Omera Hollo-
way, left Tuesday for a few days stay iat
Alachua and Worthington springs.
Mrs. Ulla IP. Hamilton, who han ac-
ccpted a position as first assistant in, the
Starke lligh School, has returned froum a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Iludigimi, int
Tampa.
FOR RENT.-Three large cool ruonts
unfurnished lor.light housekeeping with
privilege of bath, in 200 feet of public
school. Mrs. R. W. 11all, 700oo. Orange
Street.
Joe Thonet, a traveling canvasser who
has been working Gainesvllle during the
last month, left Wednesday' for White
Springs, where lie expects to seind
about a week.
If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dings Unparalleled hlair Grower. F'or
sate by Dr. 1. B. of idtngs, uainesvllle,
and the l'oetoffice Iruig Wtore, High
Springs.
Mrs. W. L, Godwin and little son,
Willie Lee, Jr., of Pairfield, passed
through the city yesterday en route to
IHigh springs, where they will visit rela-
tives and friends.
When you buy an umbrella of us you
may be Ibsolutely Certain that you get
what we say yo get. We stand back of
every atile which goes out of our store.
L. C ntb.
John A. Maultsby, the clever brick
manufaertshr at Caznpville. was In the
ity Wedn~iday. He had not been in
before in aboit sid weeks (mays he'p been
at work) but he looked as natural a W 0 ei:
S you k a pretty hsd o

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BE TEACHERS

IN CONVENTION


'he Suwannee River Teachers As-
sociation let at 'Trentoi.


LARGE CROWD 'PRESEr'.


Notary Public for tluie Suite of r lord
at large.



BRING Us
VYour Chickens, Eggs,
.regetiables, atr in fact
kinds of Countulry 'r."


WVE PAY
Highest Pri~eu tof Ci.tn
try Produce. S42" -8,"
Cheap as the ChbCt$1 .

CALL O'i-
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I am overstocke
Smolttiiints, from card tL
, ;ell ulits without
Silli.kc plJotos on these
Spir cc w\lil tile stock
l'v1y ( and 0t oO(d qulltv-
T'llcre will be. n
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Wlhen you go to, SmitI
Sfor l'liotograplis, If you w
teloll lint y'on iaw his adve
Stiement hn The GallUssvll
Twlce-A-Week Star,
will appi ciate it, and he w
certain iv treat you right.




WV R. Steckert of Gainesville is s
guest of liet Almlaein. Mr. iteckert i-
prominent lunber operator anid is now
iiegotiating a deal for a vast tract of tiul
iher aIndr near Boyette on thie Florild
Wet Sihre railway.-T'lamp Dally
times, Aug. 24
Aimimverrvsrien of ail lorts lire happily
.'Olin11 eor atel by n gift of silver, We
Ihve quantities of Ibeutiful and useful ar
tiCL'l I in both sterling and lung-weariis~
nIuptc' L.. r'. sniiih
HAIR GROWEiR.
lronoklyn N. Y, April at, 99
Dr. '. It Ghlddlngsa,
Den nr Hlr:
Will you kindly iuormu m e by' return
Itllill If you can send your fifty cent bot
tle oi lihir Grower the I.nparalleled
(Trade Mark) anl If so I will srmi yOti
a porlal note for tlie ranme. Please 1{t
form me the lamiount of postage if It can
he nailed.
When inI PlorIn i the winter of 1g89
saud I unied live bottles of te twenty-
five cent we're atd prloduIced a nice Krowtb
of hair where it tll lheii en tirely bald
for fifteen years, andl now I would like to
try it once mlIort If I can get it.
\'ours truly,
J. W. IrAYura, 59 HlLks I t.
.StaIA f Il orlih )
('Comity of A lacliu,
.ity i of Gaiiir avlle. )
I'eii oiill y appeared before the subl-
I,criil..I a Notary I'ublic. In and for the
SLate tf Florhlu, at large, Y. II. GllddingR
whou belong duly, sworn by me deposes and
saym that the above tetimonila was arenl
to him by mail by J. W. Ilaynes, a tan
whom lie hadl never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge of the
man ever having used or procured the
linparalllelid ltair Grower, anrl as far a1
lie knows no one hadl iiulluelLceil lhiml t
Rend it, and that the nnan Iluus ever re,
ceivedl anything for sending iI.
hIwon to and mubacrit.il Iarfore iue
thlis 11ith day of November A. tr',.
K. II. (',llill aNs"., M. r.
J. Nt. PuIV It.H,


ville State of4-l4 41
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b alna hours P
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county of Al and
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OxeUgy to us&smatd pay
m and coat
C. C. TizomAs,
Solicitor for Wplai~49t.~




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a MAITBR'S BALB.
a Under and by virtue ot a final decree
Sof foreclosure made and rendered on the
ath day of July, A. UL. 1x9o3, by the
J.T W lll. Judge of the Circuit
I Court of the eighth Judicial Circuitof the
SState of Florlda, in a certaincause therein
pending in chancery of said court, where-
Ib Mary Gordon was complanant,' and
SJaIllie I. lrooker, Victoria F. Brooker
e and Joseph Landruni were defendants.
1, W. t. lroonme, as social naster in
9 chancery, duly appointed as atch by the
said court, will sell at public suction be-
fore the court house door in the
city of Galmeaville, Florida, on Monday,
the 7th day of September, A. D. 1903, be-
tween the legal hours f sale, all that cer-
tain lot, p ee or parcel of land. *Itated,
lying and beln in the county of Alachua, "
I Htate of Florid, described as the north .
half of the north.eat qaurter and the
north-eaRt quarter of he north-wewt
1 quarter of section two, townthlp ten 1 ^
I south, range te wty two caat, ..exet '
s o acres beretofoll sold to John ttgait .
also orty acres sold to Peter 8ylt :
together with all and singular tilie,'Ut
nrmnta beredltamemts and appurtoendin* ',
Sto thq same be longing or in anywil apm -
pwrtailnig.,
Baid property to be sold to satisfy and
pay uld decree fees and cots.
I~ W, 8. BaROOUnR :
Sp~8 cal Mater. .,, :,; ,,
CHXRtTOPtaIL MATUH oN, ,;
Solicitor for Compla sinant. .'
NMATBR'WS SA. :;','.'
Under and by virtue of a Aal decree '
made and d r by Hon. W. A. Hock- '
SCourt o Flerida, la and for Alashtia .
county, in chancery sitting, on the x8h c
I day of Joa^ A. J. 19ot, wheroan C.W, ', .W.'."':': :" ^
SlauluJtghtlt complainant and John. *'" -', "
i enry mnd Julia McHenry s la
dnt. a certain cause terei '"
i t, k. Clyatt, as special atate *
Scel, Jbys ppolntument of "|
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it appears that the Turks have crb-
talned the upper hand l athe vilayet of
Mrnaistr and the insurgents are pltin-
ning to remove tho center of tho ac'-v-
itv close to the Bulgarian frontiers.
Additional dispatches received In Sofia,
Monday, from the disturbed area aro
exceedingly gloomy. From Adrlanople
Corpes news which denotes the exten-
sion of the revolutionary outbreak;
from Monastir the news of Turkish vic-
tories accompanied by barbarous ox-
cess.
While many of the reports remain
Without confirmation, sufficient authon-
tic details are forthcoming to cause
the authorities the greatest anxle'y.
S According to the Sofia Dnavnlk. the
.,P' ., Terks committed unstieakable atrocl-
ties at Kruihevo.
The mutilated corpses of nineteoii
Swomenn and children were found in one
'. building; pieces of bdiles had been
: thrown Into the streets. Firicon o i
S 4.t e principal merchants of ilte town
,' wire killed and their heads cxhiblt.ed
i s pOlCe, s .
.At MMonastir the churches were doe-
Stllbt1 e9d,' the houses sacked and the
MT)VRn' li now In a heap of ashes. The
A. puJliAce fled to the hills, whero they
i,:!.lni starving condition.
i ',The Dnevnik also asserts tatu a g.ti-
,' Sal misaapcre has taken place In tili
m~I ole vilayet of Monnstlr. Nearly all
i o the Villages have boon ldestroylll
i '.' treacherous murder of ulgity in
*, ',,...Uigelnt prisoners by tho guards noli
n'ti' Wrtr has made an eaytectally lt
i i' ilpsion In Sofia.
.Many rumors are current of mnasnw
rs in the city of Adrianople, but con
loiation l Inclilng. The situation
lI-/ 'there, however, undoubtedly Is serlonie
i, The population is afraid to leave the
houses. .The prisons are full plnd th(
viall has taken private houses to Ic
u'. d as jails. When the Russian con
i i'., ndll protested at the situation, Iho val
Is reported to have answered that h<
i' as powerless against that fanulica
p population.
SReports from Monastir, autiontlcat
S e. by the Russian and Austrian con
ula., give horrifying details of tho ians
acres and atrocities. At the village
of Armensho the Turks destroyed 150
" houses out of a total of 167 and mas-
S acred evury mall, woman nIIl child.
Thawomen uwcr-e subjeclcd to tlihe nost
torriblo alrocllce by thlo slillerit.
Eighty reoolullonarlea, .alltur-l I at
Kruihovo, wio wore sent in lho dir:t.-
tlon of Monastir in chalns, were
slaughtered by their guards.

RICHMOND CAR STRIKE ENDS.

Trouble Lasted S1xty-Nine Days and
;. Cost Approximately $255,000.
S The strkl of street' railway oin-
ployes at Richnmond, Va.. was ofTnlclnlly
declared off shortly afltr noon Mou-
day.
it had lasted Just sixty-nine cdays,
and is esilmnted to have coat theI
se- t:et car company $125.000O; the strlic-
era, In loss of. wagon. $50,0)0); the stalo,
i by reason of the necealty for Itropil,
$75,000, and the olty for Bspocal police,
C.C., $6,000.

A SHOWER OF TOADS.

S Heavy Rain In Salt Lake City Was
Accompanied by Frogs,
A rain of toad frogs practically
blocked traffic iniSalt Lake City, Utah,
BuStday, for halt an hour Just before
noon.
A light rain was falling all tlui. morn-
l hg. Just before 11:30 o'llo(k this
changed into quite a hard rain, whic-h
was accompanied by a large number
of toalds.
Podostrians who did not mind the
S rain, were more than averse to taking
up a collection of frogs, and until the
;' unusual shower ceased the frogs had
the roadways to thlemselvcs.


SMITH SUCCEEDS BIGHAM.

Alssstant sla Elected Agent of Metho-
odist Publishing House.
S At a meeting in Nasheliltl ,I ,I,,,
book committee of th Mii'lh s letit I". 1I,
:.-I copal church, south, u. M. SMulilt. Ili.
t assistant agent, was elr','tnt iiri'nIt
for ts' publlahing house, vice H. .
Blgham, resigned. H. J, Lnnlar )of
Mobile, Ala, was chosen asassiact
age, nt..


of weather, regard gatprday's test as
conclusive, although they hardly an.
ticipated no overwhelming a victory,
The race oven dampened the ardor Ai
Sir Thomas, who Insisted, alter
Thursday's fluke, that his confidence
In the beautiful craft designed by
Fife, was greater than ever. Still, Ilke
a true sportsman, be does not ac-
konwledge defeat and hopes for bec-
ter luck next time,

DEATH GRIPS LORD SALISBURY.

Great English Statesman Has Joined
the Silent Majority.
A special from London says: Lord
Sallabury died peacefully at 9:05
o'clock Saturday night. For fort-.
Seight hours Iho end was seen to be in.
evilable, the great frame of Englanl's
former premier being sustaloed only
Sby the constant use of oxygen. Even
Sthe administration of oxygen failed if
Effect as the evening advanced, and
from the valley and enshrouded the
from th valley and enshrouded the
3 dull rod walls of Halfield house the
Distinguished statesman breathed lhis
S last.
Viscount Cranborno, who now as-
Ssumes the titlo of marquis of Salls-
Sbury, Immediately notified King Ed-
i ward and Queen Alexandra and orh-
Sere, Including Lord Edward Cecil, the
Soldier son of Lord Salisbury, who la
now In Egypl, and who was the only
child of the marquis absent from the
doeilh Itoel. Soon messages of condo-
Slnce bogan coming In and the little
I-
Soligraphi office at Hatfield w ts
. swamped with unprecedented bust.

o Thio death of Lord Sallbury occ-ir-
c red on Ithe fiftieth anniversary of hi
i. entry into public life as a member
!1 of tho house of commons from Stam-
e ftrd.

ROOSEVELT THANKED,

. Birmingham Citizens' Alliance Ap.
proves Action In Miller Case.
S The Citizens' Alliance, composed of
business men and others, at Blrmolns.
ham. Ala., has sent the following coui.
munnliatlon to Presldcnto Roioevelt:
"To lls Excellency, Theodore Roose.-
volt, Proeldent of the United Staes--
81r: At Ihoe last meeting of the Citl
Szon's Alliance of Birmlngham, Ala, a
non-polllltl-al organization of busiinc.;s
and professional men, your Rtion l In
restoring to Ills poslton the book bln.1.
er In tho eiovcrnmnent printing office )
cwho had boeni discharged by the public
printer because of his expulsion frtom
a t(rads union anlii Ih position you
have slice taken, viz: That nen who
are oniployoet In any department of the
government service and who do not
carol to e members of any labor or.
gnaniation, milt be protected, wer
very heartily commelnded.
"In obedience to instructions by the
alliance we hereby tender you the sin.
core thanks of the. body."

ALABAMA MINERS WIN FIGHT.

Decision of Arbitration Board Is I',
Their Favor on All Points,
The bonrd of arbitration appointed
to bottle certain matters In control.
very between certain coal operators
and coal meters In the BIrmninghaln
district of Alabama ha4r made tn o the
respective partllsa hi nlil conlruvctrs-
a report and awards.
On all questions at Issue thle lhoar-
ilecldes In favor of the miners. Wa :'a
are Increased, mines closed to Iboyr
liid semi monthly payments conceded.
A compromise was reached regarding
the eight-hour day controvuray.

PEAS SPROUTED IN STOMACH.

Little Girl In Creaton, Iowa, Succumbs
to Peculiar Malady.
At Creston. Iowa, Sunday, spro.il,.-
ing peas In the stomach of a 7-year-
(,ld girl caused her death. She was
Ianon sick ten days previously an l
,'.tmors said she was suffering from
,idsentory. An autopsy revealed the
tact that the child had swallowed
p.'ai wholo, that they had sprout d
on. ,,,-n ,>. her stomach.


quite. tracua0e1a and his t case .,easily
managed until the weakness had grow
to the polnt where dissolution became
an inevitable conseqitence. This :n
reality began about 6 o'clocit Monday
evening, following a hard convulsion,
and at 9:40, some three hours later,
his gentle spirit tool Its flight into the
great beyond.
Of his family, his wife, his daiigh.
tars, Miss Marian and Mrs. Brumby,
reside at the home, the well known
"Shadows." The other daughters, Mrs.
Aubrey and Mrs. Young, are residents
of Carteravile and have been at lIis
bedislc. Dr. Ralph Smith, of Jackson.
villc, Fla., and llnes Smith, of Home,
the major'B sons, were at his bedside
The other sons, R. R. Smith. .t
Tl3akmart, and Frank Smith, at San
Anlonla, Texis, were tolegrnphed for,
as were also Victor Smith. of Now
Yolk, and Carl .minth, of Mexico.

Brief Sketch of His Career.
Major C. 11. Gmith was horn In Law.
ren(-vlllo, Ga., Juune 15, 18;21. Ilia na-
renIs worn Orotch-lrlsh. The qualitie,3
of Iolhl sturdy raco marked him la
later years.
IJo began hiis edutcnton at a manual
labor school, and later attended Frank-
Iln college, Lat Athens, iow the thell-
vnrrily of Georgia. After loving
school lie sliced law and was alnmit-
tod to Ilio bar. le began hls practl-.e
in .oini.. On.. In t850, Ioeing associated
wll iii .lgo .1. i. [I tciderwood. lIo
was located In tlatn clly when tlie war
brtl'(' ou 1 .
in 1ili war Manjor "inlt was a st iff
ofml'or with generall I T Anlderston
( 'Old Tigo') for clnghleen nmonthla. lie
was afelrwarld ans.signed by Mr. Davis
to Jiudictal tduty with J.ndigoe Itgiinii
A. Nilhct, of Macon, who was at
tlho lieatl (f a counminlilon to try tre'-
son cases.
Alter tlo disl:inlutlion of lhe court nt
MilII, onwh which wans (It-rde'r I (1 i flderlal
htneral W\Vilsnl when hIt entr'edtl the
ciLy on a rlill, Major Snillh went to
Lawroncovllle. Ills wife at lhl timeno
wa H stopplitg witli her father in lhith
lowin. A nntilihl, Incllii'nt of tlhat into
whas a trip MnAjnr Simnll took wl'h
Prcldont DIansa frPomri Millen to Manrn.
If., nirslaod iMrs. liayea, ihrn a yoiing
gIrl.
Major Smiillli hleogani his wriling In
1 l.i i ll Io unnigClC' sooliers. etid ilis Is uCi'iR.ss wvia
sRlnivn by 11. whll poiluilnri'lly of hlia
.letti'rs.
Aflier Ilio war -" ill Arp" coiillnIote
his twrIliings. iin1il li Ich- lrsr, l li mihch
to dlvtri liho pe oll o l and on- liem to look il tlhe bright aide or
I hliKR.
Vt ll' hi ls wift, six children nd il, I'
family vorvanl. Till. Major Sinllli *-
Irll'led to Itnome In t 165
'iteo innjor slilrtly ntforwnrds movie
tlo thie I'Fotaine fnrm. In Dlrlow coun-
ty., in which county lie has since liveI.
i's homo at Carlerrvillo. "The Shad-
ows,'" wilh Ils lnrgo front yard and
Final olaks. is a hospllable place, and
II.Ia boon tlio so ano if inny delightful
snclal naffalr gitvi'en ly Ihis wife and
d'itglitrcrs. lie has Ilv ed there for six-
le.'n years.
The liumor of "1111 Arlp" has long
boln a Hlltrc'e of delight to hiindrlil
or Knuiliorn hlillies. tli Is not only ean
aelthor. lut won fnnio as a i'clicror. In
aillrlon to ilfs letters lio has nclplish-
c-. n hlisinry ef (oe orgin and also n vol-
inme of colltvlel Itoters nand addrlt,3se:'..
"From tile lUnclvll War to i)ale" Is
hi, lalest )(book.

Lor\ Roberta and Staff Coming Soon.
Accorllhig to a dllslnach frtm ,1o.i-
idlri, F'itld Miursian I.ord flobers andt
hi stuliff have blliooked ppnsage on t!ih
D.mintlnlu tr ianrltr MJnflower., wh llC
will aill from I.i\lrpnol Seplcntber '3
for 1llstuol.


SECRETARY ROOT SETS SAIL.

Goes to England to Assume Duty on
Alaskan Boundary Commission.
Secretary Ellhu Root sailed from
New York for Livernool Friday on the
Celtic, of the Whito Star lino. lto
goes to England to act with Senator
Lodge and former Senator Turner, of
Washington, as the United States rep
resontaUves in the Alaskan boundary
dispute.


S ULLET OF POTTS EFFECTIVE. OPEN PORTS A CERTAINTY. 'Tie telegraph R,'svrT In the East
China Will Grant United States' Do. African Britllish 'rotectorate of tganda
S A. Thedford, at Rome. S and tobr now extends to fatinha. on thp shore
'mbS t Wounds Rccelved. Sir ilaIg Chen Tung, the Chinl.e of the Albert Nyan:=. The liunk line
ie, Ga., londany. 1. A. ThEd- mlnlster, was fn the state dopartinotI from Mombasa, wihii it branches, is
.l was shot anid iorlnlly lU ,WashliWnglio, Fl-riday, and lnotrmed over 1,034 nllile in length, and the
w'O')iSt cllPph D. Potts &aturdeiy Acting Secretary Adee that he had r charge over the whole distance ig 4
',ilhbt, I woun. crlved a dislapn'i from his governmp:it centss a word, with a mi&nlimum of 33
,. lt* po' h opo recovery conlnrining thIe Information previously cores for a message of eight words.
'tllt 'l' tCte,. r'culved that Princo Ohing has infor;n Th',r' Is also a system of telephones
i ~~~~~It iU no rmi- ed Minlster Conger thtt lIa the treaty al"i" the whole, distance. which may,
.t Kp uItbllo 'to 5Ube igned QOcto ** uIrlVA6ns l i asede at 88 cntls a converPtlOU .
1.woubt ,. I Wola bicih t The pole np which tht wlr:ire ip l '

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FS _HAM'OKBATLYBESTE :BILL ARP IS DEAD
*;. .'*'. ''i,' :' ', In First R Swift -Reliance Proves
S ,Too M t for Lpton's Muchly
Fightfti Turkish Atrocities Vaunted Cup Challonger. The Beloved Humorist Joins

Kept Up and Intensified. A New York dispatch ays: n a Silent'Majority.
Splendid 18 to 15 knot breeze, over a
windward and leeward course of thirty
HORRORS UNPARALLELED miles, te gallant sloop oeli nce. In END CAME PEACEFULLY
Saturday's race, beat Shamrock III n
coommatiing style by exactly nine
Notwlthstanding Sultan's Cringe Be- minutes, actual time, or aqven minutes Tnoumonda Upon Thousands of the
Sore Russian Czar, Masacores, and three seconds after deducting the Readers of His Quaint and Highly
,. Rapine and Incendiartsm Hold one minute and fifty-seven. seconds intereotlng Lotters Will Sorely
L[,. Full Sway in Macedonia, *. which the defender concedes to Sir Miss the Sage of Bartow.
Thomas Lipton's third challenger on -
f S account ot her sall area as at presont
Advlces from Sofa. Uulgaria. tundlr nuanurfed. aajor Charles 1H. Smith (Bill Arp)
date of Monday, sla te that rhe Tulls it was a royal water fight for the pssbed away peacefully at his home In
ro reported to have ninari.'rndt all i.i ancient trophy, which carries with it Cartersville, Ga., Monday night.
villageD of te discltrictl i'f I'rna ad Lne yachting supremacy of the world lnco the'successful operation and
Monastir and to hat' e fterwards bmul and by a strange coincidence te fr removal of stones from the gall bla'l-
Od the villages. They asre also alleged victory In the cup series of 1903 oc- der, whlch prloned lfe, he gradually
16 have killed a number of prisoners. curred on the fifty-second anniversa dr, w eh pro battle btw h graduallyne
Wlih (the rumors of mnassa(res and of the day on which the old schooner g:cv weaker, a baLtle between-his fine
tho murder of prisounces in Monastr America captured it In her famous c 'rltitutlon and the effects of the ob-
n6w authenticated, the general situa- race aroun-l the isle of Wight. off the struitlons going on.
tluo Is considered as last becoming in- English coast. Ti.e former might have gained L!ie
tolerable. Official anti diplomatic p.ir. The Reliance beat the British boat m try but for thp-polson that had
cles alike are concerted, having every three minutes and twenty-four seconds
reason to fear that nrly a pait of imu in the thrash to windward and live permeated his system. The hard
borrprs enacted In tlh interior of mulutes and thl'ty-six second In the b''calhlng and.reprce,slon and rcsatloss-
Macedonia have come 'Lo lght aS yet. ruin down the wind, neas aemed to have disappeared in a
The. revolutionary committees are Tho nautical sharps, who had l- mcoature 'after the operation, and
I Ing their utmost to force tho hanas- ready made up their mltric lon Thurisa though unconsacous, 'a stage h hiad
af the Bulgarian government 'and theo .day that tit Reliace- cotAld take the ..a
immediate outlook le e'xeedingly <-; measure of, the challenger in any. nd been ln for two week,. lie became


their friti on Mlll"r. ChnrgKas affect-
ing his ,personnl character Ihvc beeen
flieild.
-Former Ronntor Dnvid B. Hill
spoke nt Olholt Eleach. N. Y on "MhIo'
Law." Inrl.lonlally he, scene:l to
thrumn at Prletilont Roosevell, alleging
thai the lattlr Is fond of Ihn Ilniollghr.
-In an effort to canptre a negro
desperado at We.lowe', Ala., Iwo white
men were killed and nine serloii-ly
wounded. The ingro used a double-
barreledl siloigun.

-Juldg Neal, at (Chrlottic, N. C.,
Instructs prnnil jury to Indle hbir1ro;
obops and those wlho buy andi Ec)l til
tures therein.
Mi 5lll o r (" ti evs ni P kDil, him In


.,IIi I n ter :on1er., 1at e i nII ll In
formed tho esate department hnat he
has secured a wrl'lt prom'ae from
Prince Chlng ,11 sign a treaty wilth Ue I
'United Stales Incluing a gtarant'e?,
tlar two port% hall be op-'ned in1 Man
churla.
-It Is announced that Nicaragua ia
playing a walttn", garne lit r-'gar,! to
the canal. Nicaragua will \wait f-r
dverturcs from the Unitel Stats.
-Washlngtop has been lnrormat
that the Colombian congress has unan.
Imously rejected the Panams canil
treaty.
-Federal Judge Regers, at St.. Lou-
is, has decided that the Weoaern Un,
lop has the right to discharge niel, for
belonging to union and also to black-
lilt them.
-Pr sesident rtoosevelt. Monday re
wMlWi 'the north AtUltIle quadruo
'r; O Fr ,BDyv. ;-.' TwCiC t-6ai w
9ll?u t the ptrIt4Q
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Cream of News.*
pI III II FIlT-9et+fi+t I
Brief Summary of Most
Important EventS
Sof Each Dapy.

-John Smith, a citizen of Rome,
Ga., who has "fought for the right to
keep hogs la the city through all he
court of Georgia, has defied the 0tale
supreme court and declared that he
willtake his case to the United Statos
supreme court.
-A. W. and R. 1). Wiatlers prom!-
nent citizens of Charleston, S. C,
were badly ueod In an affray with dia.
penaary constablos.
--Tobacco growers of the Carolinas,
Nlrglula, Tbnnessee and Kentiick are
organsling to fight the trust with local
manufacturing compaules.
-During a rain at Salt Lake -City,
Utah, Sunday great numbers of frogs
fell.
- -A train on the Now York Central
railroad was wrocoled at Little Falls
Sunday and engineer and Oreman
killed.
-Mimica war between thi army an-I
navy is under way. General Chaffeo
arrived at Portland, Me. Sunday.
-a Hawall will float $2,000,000 bond s,
authorized by Its legIlalture.
-KIlnijEdwarl, (lc court circular,.
pays tribute to the late marquis of
Ballebury.
-Turkey yields to the demands c!
Russia and the Russian squadron has
been withdrawn from Turkish water.
-The result of the Hlumbert trial
In France, has caused a feeling of ro
ilef among the lower classes, who fear
ed there would be a verdict of ac.
quittal.
--overnor Terre!l, of Georgia reo
fused to respite Robert Cawthorne,
who Is to be hlaged for poisoning R.
J. Tucker.
-Fourteen arrests were made In
Macou, Ga., Friday under ihe new Cal-
vin vagrancy law. The cruaade will be
conllnued.
-The regimental comuest in tho
Georgia state shoot was decided Frli
day, the trophy goiig to ili Savannahi
Volunteer Guardil
-Near Midland, On., ]rlday, Isaac
Cunilnghani shot and killed P. J.
Wright over a dispute about working
hands on the pib!lc road The men
wore near neighbors.
--l Paso, Tex., hal boon visitel by
an unusual niiinber of firos, and the
operations of flreilmis are suspected.
S-Tie Negro DBIinoesS Meili's League
closed its session at Naslh'lll, Tenn.,
Friday. DBoolnr \Vashlngigc. was rx-
elocteil preslhilent.
-In Durbuur coltrvy, Ala, the oper-
lions of whitecaps h'avo h.-morallzri-'l
labor to crlih an cxtent ihnt thee gov
ernor has been cnllel upon for aild.
-Scroleary of AgricuiltIlre Wilson
hopes to intlroest the n'gro-os of Ilio
south In sllk rngrkciilliure
-Arrangements Ilhao boon prnelical-
ly porfeclci liy Gre-tier Georgla Asso-
cl tlon for advertising Itho slate In the
west.
-Goverior and conplirnller of loorr
gla eaniiot annoluncu tax ilar hI,:c-nauel
arbitration boards fur frnim lhise fall
to make reports.
-Offlcors at Albany ann Amerilrin.
Oa, are making arrests of vagrants un-
ior the new law. Jail nt Albnny is
filling with them and Juinlg; CrI.'t. it
AmerlcTih, aunt twenty vagrannl in a
lbunch to the chalignisi
-By (hi expulosinil tf a tenam ron-
denser at n sawmill nat UrI'Wvtll, Ala.
two menl lonl their lIveH.
-Fifly persons were ptlisoned Ly
the eating of Icr rream al H{oauolice
IRaplds, N C. Oie mann is deal an.l
othrr are critica'nlly il1.
-Governor Jnlkl. of AlaLeinea. sigi.-
ed requlslitlon l|tpicr. front Illlnois for
WV. ,. ].3'tlc. of Mliitgol ieiry, whio is
wanted In Chilcago on charto of as-
ateilt with ihtcnt to mnlurdr.
-D. M. Smlili, present assistant
aeont, hals ,iorn elected by tlie
book comnillleo of the iilMetlodist
church ngenL, for I le pitltllshilag house,
vice Dr. R. J. ltlghlim, a l recently
resigned.

-Stato Senator Sullivan is on trial
In Milsnolri arcisola of natcopllng n
brllio to Infinic pt'e legislaltoli.
-Telic olokhlindlers In II," Rgovern
mean t prlntlng oilnro have reneweil


SOUTH .1( ROWINC


Flattering Showing is Made

In Census,Bulletin Figures.



WE LEAD OTHER SECTIONS


Region West of the Mississippi is
Showing the Most Rapid Strides.
Other Interesting Facts Comn
allied In the Publicatio.n

The census bureau at Washington
has just published, as a bulletin, a dis-
cussion of the Increaso of population
In the United States as shown by the
census of 1900. The prinelpal results
of the study of these figures are, sum-
marlzed as follows:
The Increase In the pouatlon -of
continental United States, that is, the
United States exclusive of Alaslta tenl
the recent Insular accea.-ons, was
13,04i,861, or 20.7 per cent.
Only one country, Argentinfi has
shown by the most recent figures a
more rapid growth.
The present rate of growth In con-
tinental United States is estimated
as double the average rate of Europe.
In the decade 1890 to 1900, for the
first time In our national history, the
southern states increased faster than
the northern, East of the Mississippi,
however, the northern states s a
group have grown in the la st ten oars
somewhat more rapidly than the soiotn
ern, but west of that river the southern
states have increased almost two and
one-half times as rapidly as the norin-
orn, and it is this fact which makes
the growth of the south as a whole ex.
ceed that of the north.
The region west of the Millssisippi
river is still Increasing faster tbhi
that east of It. The rates of increase
In the north and south during the last
twenty years were practically the
same. But in the character of this
growth the two regions differ widely,
there being a relatively uniform growth
over the whole south, equalized by a
balance In the north between a lower
rate of rural growth and a high rate
of rural growth and a higher rate of
urban growth.
The most noteworthy result of the
ontiro discusalon, it Is .tated, Is the
cunmulnlive evidlPnce of the rapid ap
proach to equality in the rates of in-
crease of various parls of thee tlinllo
States. This appears whether l north
be compared with south, east with
west, or city with country.

GORDON'S MESSAGE TO BLACK.

Confederate General Congratulates
Federal General on Election,
C'onimandor In Chief Ilinci, uafler
the ailjournment of lho (;iand Arnmy
of the RIepoblic enralnpmointn at Sin
I'rnnclsco recePlve'l the following tclo
gram from General Johln B. Gotrlot,
commander In rhilf of lhie Unllled C on
federate Veterans:
"My hearty congraliilations to you
and the country. Your election 'iq
sures unanimous andl Increasod gond
will and closet nmlly."
Oeneral Black responded as folloivs:
"rThe onninpment havingg alldjourned
I linve submitted yoiir message to Ilhe
council of admilli~tratlon, andi I ain
direeteld by tlieni to acknowledge It
.and say, as do 1, that they fully ,relp
rocntle is fratc'rnil nnd beleiirnicF.
plrit. lod bless our landd"

"BILL ARP" UNDER KNIFE.

Operation performed on Major Smitht
and Gall Stones Found.
A dispatch from Carnior; lleo. Ga.
says: Major Charles H. Smith i(lli
Arid) underwent a sFirgical erp-ral an
Friday. Wollg-rointleil spiulltllon led
to r nmanrkablc dlscov rlci. In his rtieC
through an olcerillon perfro rml by
nIr R. J. Triple Dr. Rnlith Smllli,
the major's son, made a nilnueit Invr'i
gallon, whlrl t convlircd him of a
growth or ob.si ruction about hls fnelh
or's liver.
In the gall blnadndr were found thri'-
thoiusand gall stnes, ranglig In sl.-j
from tlhal of a mutalnrd eecld tn that rfI
a marlile. the great obslrictllve maiss
bolng enough to i11 the double, hands.


100 fine, lhon\ i to ili, Einplr-or anil Eniple'is if
I t'1111il y i l ol; flip he n1 (l Ilel of II.ti
PASSENGER COACH SUNDERED. WANT BIDS ON SCHOOL BOOKS. I"clinu:'y. It 'itvi 1 cle'dii'l iI thi ls vi
h 1s' Ihl l ,'liicit lf 1It ho t ( icr ii. 01 C postal t '.IYv
Stock Car Crashes Into Train on Georgia Commission Meats in Atlanta Ic'lt :eild 0oi'r icthhllulinl ieWr'ols1 11lih:
Crossing. Injuring Sixty 'People. and Notifies Publishing Houses. Ilo uit-w sy' 1tl'iu wiuldi lIce it'e n |ia1rimi7"
Thirty or more pnssctiigor wer, r Tho book publisbillig housetss which lIetl o-tl Ihe. line bIiween Blt lll
riously Injured, saome pllerhaps faitnlI. expect to get in on the cniiractls f,.r nflI Ktil.utishrt whctlch is sollme 7TiI
by a peculiar collision at tle )linctll ii uniform text-boohs for Georgia's iiil iiiitrts T117'. ill of the Illinois Central nnil l.ato. F.rie schools must have their bids and sum- silt ol'-iltinelle ithi. tici-- v svytOim ri'
and Western railroad near [itlclilllgs pie copies of their books in the hands ton, 1ll., Monslay. of the stato board of edulcallon hiy tr leein doliifno.-Iit'aid lhalt 10.000 woril*
whilee a ss pa ssenger train c ie the o before 12 o'clork noo.i on alurday, ti' lioie r iu l ei l-i in ilnIet uln(I'lr il- '
tcr road was passing over tihe 'ro, October 5. Iln-lil ilyiK eonlltloli T.he li ll"
lug. a car of stock, which was brinlt This action was taken Monday by r'1:1 Ih-l-'gr.nilh servie\-i h;is hdecidld il
p Wished by a switch eogigne, bro l' tio state board of education at a splt- lIr,1lNtei'l. e I vs( i 0. ll i ton I the lltsy l"i1n'
oteso and dashed into tlie idlte of ill0 al meeting In Ailanta. The board .3 I'. lie',oll l-i'lin llcd lI-''rlinkfort.
pnevsnger trahli llih icrrficn fore.e composed of the governor, the secret.
brealling the coach In tWio ncnJ u iijiIr- tary of state, hIi atlloruey general, A ('lever W'onitnn.
Ing nearly every one of tIhe sixiy 'r-c state school commissioner anl lte lPtilly 1,yl' Collhs. iin othlllern n-oil.
cilpants. cilnptroller general. filc. .. nlid to le tie lbest cillroglr'ilti
h'.t1 '.e.lleit In Ilio wl tll. S ie I- eiiI-
SCHEDULES OF BROKEN FIRM. GEN. LONOSTREET IN CHICAGO. ployr'01e ll1 I t liuolicc ldeltartii ent ill
I-- 'I W hlingIltoi whlt,'ri sire (leicliihers sole'
Liabilities and Assets of Sharp & Famous Confederate Fighter Seeko to of tli rlullf'i.-'s of leles that -oiil'l
Bryan Who Assigned. olhe'risle lnot ireili tlhoir c(.tllstlicnait'.
The schedules In the assigulnent of Have Old Bullet Extracted. )Ou of cver.y Oi.t11)l) Itters revelvetl
S;iarp & Bryan bankers and brohkr.i. General James Longatree Is in CIii- "tlleh' i\cryv y in.: Ilet' system of ele-
who assigned on August 5, were toMil cago to Ihave a bullet fired by a union livery hy Iher lha.s bl'iee so perfect that
Monday in the New York nsuprec.ue soldier during the civil war extracted the fliiJoiiiy irf liy ..f i Ih.'taich their IPef-
court. They show: Liabilities. $.- after an X-ray examination. Tho ltination lu ni nslonlsllhinly short
717,399; nominal assels. $1l.2.'58,61: whereabouts of the famous confedcr-. ttle. sttll this 6lie doce without break-
actual assets, exclusive of stocks and ate fighter is being kept quietly. Dr. Ing"K tli sea. II hter record year shi
blinds pledged to secure loans, $370,- W. A. Pusey is to perform the opera- S"il'pIlied thiemn onl eighty-seven per epr.
437. lion. of thi ceases. a frit wliclhi n Itslf hle-
S Ple akls lo nleProus work this (clver
FOUR THOUAND FOR ..... ivoinen iliier dy d y day. Chienco
FOUR THOUSAND FOR DEWEY. GIGANTIC RAILWAY PROPOSED. tecocd-11elihl -

North Carolina People Offer Big Re. Pan-American Company, Capitalized at A Napoleonlic Ecie.
ward for Absconding Bank Cashier* 4250,000,000, Seeks Incorporation. A Parisl dlllsptch states: Antolnlte
Governor Aycock. of North Carolin' Plans for a gigantic railroad. wIh a Chhurller. whlo. during the Econd Emil-
offers $400 re ard for Tom Dewcy', Ia for plr. was fanmos for her tic lty' n ll
the absconding bank aashier. of New- bern, whose wheboabouts Is yet a pro,. Billish Colombia, Buenos Ayes, South commlited suicide In a inilcrable Ihovel
found mystery, so far as any North America and having a net work of in tihe ue Saluto-Foy by means of
Carolina officials or the bank pieplo b'anehes, was disclose Monday when charcoal funmes, lh'r dog, .clfit sil
are concerned-. articles of Incorporatilo of the PPa birds tiled with her. lu the tool in' '"
This bring the 4ggregate reward ip American Rallroad Compan, With 4 discorered letter frot ni' r 4 r:
to $4,400 and the governor a4d other eapital .tock pllced 'at "l .OO,000 ne8lt olo*tlelaln and ll..e "Jna now
ofoalsl W thalik tJi othbt wutaily to 'wer fAled at outh Oo wihQ4 aoms W*tsm ,

..W..M 'I Ju ri IW r
Q,,..."


, HU M EfTS COV1'CTD

Most 8nuatipnal and Oreatet Swin.
dllhg Trial In Paris Comes to
Close with erdactcf Guilty.

One of he reateet criminal triais
In the history of France culminated at
Paris Saturday night when the Jury i.
the court of assizes rendered ta ver-
Sdiet, of guilty against Therese airl
Frederic Humber and Remain and
Emile d'Aurlgnoc.
After a brief deliberation the court
sentenced Therese and Frederic Hum-
bert each to five years and to pay a
fine of 100 francs, Emile d'Aurlgnac to
three years and Ilomain d'Aurlgnac to
two years.
The verdict was reached after 'be
)ury had been out four and a hilf
hours. When the verdict was pro-
nounced, There-se and Frederic Hum-
bert, weeping, embraced each other.
Thereso IIumbPrt seemed to be
hopeful until Ihu last, maintaining the't
tie Jury was certain to bring In a ver-
dict of acqullral. Even after condoem-
nation her rmoilon was only momont-
ary. She scin resrimed her self-pia-
s Ira slon.
Turning to the military guard, she
Indicated her readiness to go back to
the cells or( the (Conrlrgerir prison.
The sentences came as the culmi-
nation of a day of sonsatlonal Interest.
The chief events preceding the verdict
was the dramatic revelations which
Therese Humbert had so long prom-
Sled, in which she brought forward
the mysterious name of Regnler as
the real Crawford, The court and. pec-
tators listened to the recital with an
amazement amounting to siipefactil.n.
Although TlhereIo did not Indicate
whcnc- Regnler's millions came, It
was apparently part of her plan 'o
create the nImnresslon that Regnler had
received a vast sunm fr inducing Mar-
shal ncnzine to surrenlcr Motz The
Inconclusive character of the revela.
tions was shown by the fart that tile
court did nolt tla e iho slightest ju.ll1
clal cogulzanice of ihem and Imme.
diarrly isuhmllt..I the case to the jurv.
The jury lihlei\'ls tirntcId the revees
lion as a subierfitgo

MOTORMAN SHOOTS PHYSICIAN.

In Seeking to Employ Mrs. Potts.
Thedford Fan Afoul of Husband.
At Rome. Ga Satnrday night J. D
I'lis,. a well linown young motormaTr
on the City Eilectric railway, shot an:l
very preoahly fatally wounded Dr. M
. A. Thodford, who is the mnnufacliir
er of n well known liver mediclnJ
Thodfori wvns reeling to employ Mrs
Potts in his laboratory. Before her
rurriage Mrs PoIlt was In the (m.
ploy of Thcdford and between that
time end this Tihoelford is alleged ,o
have circnulnate damaging reports con.
ertning i er
This Tlihedforl. dteic.s but evidently
this did no'. sntlsf Potts. who uc-
r Lmen very inuch enraged when no
Heard that Thedford was sBekingR to
em ploy his wife. nnI when he nml
Thedford net Saturday afternoon a
fierce flat fight occurr.d.
This was thought to be the end -*
the matter, unill they met again 8.r-
urilay nighl. wheIn Potts whipped oiut
1 ils gun anld ehot Thedford. Several
shots wore fired, one taking effect ;n
the thigh ani one in the abdomen
The sHhooting created Inlensc' t x
clement In the city. Putts is a young
* man f f excellent repitallon and has"
always enjoyed the confidence of the
citizens of Rome Thledford Is quite
wealthy. llo hi prominently conlee,'-
* od and linh talen quite an active inter-
S ost In Ical pullitl's of late.
A very se saltional feature of this
story, a d"'all which cannot be veri-
lied, is that Tiedford Is alleged 'o
have called at Polts' iouiso in dia-
gRIt.ic. It Is stated thliat he iled his
long flowing iard behind his en.R
. and IbncIked hIls face iIke a negro. Just
i why this was done is not known, b'it
the'rc Is a p.rsistont rtnmor abroad
that stuh is a fact. The entire affalr
is rather mysterious.

CONVICTED OF SOLICITING BRIBE

State Senator Sullivan, of Missouri,
Sentenced to Pay a Fine.
At Jefferson City. Mno., State Sena-
tor William P. Sullivan, accused of so-
Iiclting a Ibribe for three votes on the1
anti-alum bill during the session of
Sthe legislature laIsi winter, was found
guilty and his putlahment fixed at


deprecated. It Is, aq ie said, a.ao1t-.C ,
of social anld lduetrlil weakness ftt
Great Britaint that tt la country tIle
whole sochrl structure is perrmetdtl
with the spirit of caste.
lu England a man's place IB fixed, it;
a very large extent, by what his f'anthl
or his grandfather was, whereas inu tII
United States a man stands for lilu
self. Enuglisl socetry Is strutlfied: ir
to clinllge the metapl)or, every clii.,
hns one above to crqwl to and one li-
low to kick. In the Uuited States. (ie,
the other hand, If the plumhlier's soln I
a stronger nand better man nluteillclll
ally and morally than tho mullionnlin ll
lon. lie goes on top. Asked how II
rc'oucllied this asserilou within lhl .pt
istetnce of the so-calli asmunrt set i
New York. Mr. Ca'rnegle aiswcr.ie
that with Its tl11e sintct people do oitI
lount. We Ilulgl nt ti het. 'We gi\(
themll'i nothing to do. Euglisiluen. t
the otlier hia1dl, woulil place suc-h Hli.e
ple at tie liled of their Gov'erneinlll
departments. This 'was a' stroke al
the house of Cecil. Mr. Cartiegle wrelt
on to say that If in Englaud the 1 11
rich were; treated an tile "alinart st"C
nre treated In Amerlcaie-that is to say
with difference, .if not contempitt-
conlmptent t young Engglishmen woulh:
not be forced to emigrate to find a cit:
reer. He inclined to thlnk tiat, so fia
as (ile 1Engllh-splrnkilug world In tnii
epi-ll'e, Englandll l wonlld alwnlys rliiill
the siu-'euincy inI their reniia of Iliera
l1're 1IIIl airt. W'e nre by ino iili'n'ul
cpotrlnlt, however. lint this will he til
ca.ie. Beet'use SlInkesllare andi .il
ton belonged to Eiglntid it does liti
follow that the great writers, paintelir.
sculplors ind tlnilnsciiisi of a lIunldr'l
y-o:rsfi hPelce wll Iihe E'nlgll1hIIen. 11:
silehnc-e, t all cvtoitiS. It seemHs IIproli
lile 1I:1t tlie Unllcd States will nl;i
tie hml. iMr. C'ariegie hiluielf nit
Mr. .oinlm D. ItlokefPller ire dlt il
1miicli to ssihllie Its se'etllIfic, nNi.ci'1,
nllcy Icy lheir cii fln cClln t it lOWlent ,lliilit
olf ri'nili h. aLet us RsllelI)O0 tllll uIIIr
i'g ithe li st nieeitc n icenturliLrle n ti t1
of' lthe llonel y that lie lt e'nll dte.votPl i ,
r--Illlui lla. ble'uc devoted to 1 sc-leInc
twiant iomitlltel mlc144lt se clct'e nol
lhav nulcd.-Hltrper's Weekly.

Futuiro Amltcrlcuns.
eIt I wotB, A III iiIaII.I,
Profcsseor Frnklnlu II. Giddingsu ,I
C(oJilhiln Uti university,, tinkt1esa hopeful
view of l e flltllre of the AIm 'rl.nLi
lico'npl in t llh Initernalttioli l QU.nrl'rl y
Nitwitlisiiic lini!l I rc I nei lt- cu c s ini
.Ndl%,It llh: lllllljl lg tile Irlnr01ellous Ii,
illr"'alillo tl' 4 diver ,lrs nlle Ta. Ilk i ll. lnlI
It is d e le oliei -liic ill by Iliie Ic enitis it
turn's iih ill Ihe Ailucrle n lyp C- will rr
n lii s-eiitinilly i:llglish.
AI i'lrei lilt tllh-re lI good (1inl ol
ie'I i .'ti'tity., w li, .h l isn tufn r- ,rn-ll i I,
ijhlcic" tnil 1 lirs .Il nujl. to esotlis. nil lll I i II
Il u1 11rl ni lls i ti lt ll f iis w ill I -'lit P t I ili A it erl--lc R sliiril. "('lit
l i te' i~e f I ey ilrC in l i i. i va -lo lls I .-
ir. lre in in etii'lcil qicil llo-e l c l'eri- h*-il

ir(, eil l, ic1 11 v 1t'\\'i nll gl'r Cll igC ll'rti ll '
S-i Oi'ns-., I lln Iclol mo t vnrl tl pur -Aill
Ill'lilf iit m id l purpose ii Ilit AIieirlr iii
ee lpll'. freti wtl thil 'oe tr inallonnilli'r
Ic-1 'nllell l in lI I of wilhici otvetr contlif.
iiil.. i-' it, n te anid twoluen wlio Ii.'-
I l 'r-' i il-i lti 'il le y i ho gr-Iut Itlent ilis i
ltiel tl'-11 it ,:t'1d luo lld ti niitilol .
"l ri'<'i iii. u is tlhe. luiylliy i nil iollt 'r
I| <( liey iar' alll't' I til". thlit
lie- hIt vo I. n 1 iti ih-_li ten, LelectetId i iln
(li- IInl 'i t:.-s of lh onrlt h by tillr n.-
i' p insl i.'li ,ss. Ii'lyo inl I lir resohio liiil '-
0I; s il' I l'" ilcIiil't. to ihe Idk-ni of
(-1, I' 1hi ."
j A14 If It 1 il I I\ t rh.,in m s iIriti "lhI
Will oclit' 'iic'i ill ci i nteel i ofr iii i-
if t" i;n i tir Ihll' .11! 'l of <-nrruih lleit tli,
plill w il i w ill iil le lighil ii ini l i
01 t 1 nio- i tl'proiiltting fori l'n11-
l>iit i e' 7.tci'%u -leo Itow vote's In iltii -
iin', l iut w ito \Ill i ou tilly iot. il


A Triergpa1lhle Novelty.
O(ur t'i i o el'eusiil-(;t limeal ni I n illi
r t'i tlls It) tlh, ile )eopn-rtlle t l i ice'"'
itli 'lethc ic- rlittlie g to rniilil ieleg crniliy
I tllinr Is unileirgoiig n i inctlnal lest. ih,
S'.uilis of whilch slioiiil ri<-eitte ihi,
[*'ii.eislriiee lht i in i i hI I tlield .t:i -
l'hoi K.'strii 1i- kniiwn as liIo Poll.il,
'llt iiilet ile leglt-e i li. inltl aftc r :i
inreful xn iluetilon inl liii Polyt'ei'lnilh'
Il,,. I.,eu .. .. C it ... ii ... .. d' ....g i. .t


it. oCsrseie This Ciounry.
We referred lately to Mr. Carnegie's
surprising assertion that Shakespneapi
lhad been more to him than hisu Bible.
Now (hat we have befpro us tre fullL
test of the Interview In while this nli.
geilar statement was mode e w i na
Ilnt, lce sald some other thlegs thai de.
serve to be commended rather lliiu


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alth Ba Erought Us Horse.
,,j.useho ld The Spaniards were the irat to
Spring boraba to this continent, though
hat r e paloontologlst Itlls us that the
SV a ter rocks aboinr na wlh fslls whirh show


S Feather iolls
1Molt two level tiablespoot fuils of but.
ter in olie cupful of st'aldliug hot Umilk;
when hlukewarmn plut Ill oili-li-lfs y'alst
cake, one beaten egg, onltilevel taller.
spoonful of sugar anid n saltspootiful o
salt. When the yeast Is dissolved stit
10 one cupful und a half of well dii-led
lour and beat th'ir'e minutess. It s!lonld
be.too thick .or a batter and not thick
enough for a dough. Cover wit; an
heated cloth and set Ini a varl'm pl!tce
to rise for about two hours. The tcx.
tture will be better if it is beaten tdolwn
and allowed to rlse I:1 :u before
i cutting into tliu. '11With talhlcspoo:l
Slipped InI flourile1 t inslil roll pills witls
the batter, lmvidfg t(hiill little imov'e
'.th,11 half full. Let thei'm i Lvr e uii l, the
Spailts are full andi balke t,'nii or 'll' teii
nildnlutes iI a' hot o\ctu. 'The olvcil
-.holild be very (lilIck.
SHeat 1ull.,
Chop story lin h alls' t;1 iould of alSly
delicate liseat lltk clilck.ll, (oloigle l0
eal. Mix with it two tnblel'.qo:uft.iilo
S of crealrl, mt tabil)esl))ponfiul of choppetl
S parsley, salt ind l'p))),'' to itust(. V're.
pare t jelly by ii i lhii g iIl 11oli'c of
gelatiin Ao 'l hilf :il hlo.r ilt foIir t'able-
spoonfuls of cold wnit''i. I'Ult a pi (, if
cold water In it iFi;li lln 'tp-;, ndd-
nlug to it i slice. olf ivi:oi), a fewv lat'.es
of celery, lih lf a l'y l;ai;' i;tl i 'hov'e.
B-oll severL'al I il alint.s, mitd, I i'Sa tispooll'Itl
of kitchen !ouitiict, a t:c;is;)ootil'iIl of
beef extract al sllr i4it1 il i i; o'.t'' ,
Strain l to the geltnine, silt i.\ hily i ai :d
set in a cool 1plai'e to l1:'sdlii. As it
begins to stlIt('T I)pour In111' l1to0 s1 s.i ll
m would Spi''ad tho( mIn'Olt its ix.ulire evenly
over the top, thui:"'l not r'ec:llil5g! (litle
to the cdsges. I'tur t!h,' r it'sisitlider oAi
the jelly over tl'he i:m t tI il set iawi:y t i
It 'desl. W'' '- ris it' ly to :'r tui ln
o'n to a player Isi nl yi:\ ( i'ulsh Iwit ol -.'( s.
sblles of pic' loi or Ctll'llti ':'. (; 'Cut 1:1
lices to srvE'l Ls li-iig Invl i !ye i:si
mlounid with It I( pir)'i''Ccet' [lt 1Ilit
Cas0 put each slice ll. a le::IC of l'ttuceC,
r rorte-ld i;: ce.
'Thoroughly wa!-) thtI SI-e. Put a
Cuplfull In a bx-\l wit pl i.ty of '-wattn!
and- rtub the rice iwell iP n'e 'i tli!
bautds.- 'urn thli wia( r o'ff, p.our on
more, tub aga;u. lthen rinse. T.'L'r Inoi
a colnldler to dr;iin, Iut follur cups of
fresh, sweet ;lillbk in n fril'aili. Il;Ct'.
hI'lon It Cont'es to i; bu;Il Suhl a ti':s );nwil-
ftti of s.lt amul ti'e wa'shi'd rice. L.in
once or twiice wvitll It fo:k, so tlnl( it
\vll not stick :t At lh ot I oin. lthi n' c-'ov'i
losiely i.1. i'" l 1111 :I 1 il i 1 t.', 1:11t.1l'
pa) ilns to F"m I:'.'i 11" i, I lI Is .' ~urlll'i

Ihet yolk:i r' l4 two ,' w \"l i], "nlI Il,
a half cu11 lft' l crt f' 1..t'i \XVl ii l l Io 11, (
1 done *'ilr i'' a '; ih l' i',' hil, il O .L
rice, liia vor iO l "': i' l. \:%l ii l I, lo. Se ii
ornuge, and li l liii sii: 1 'isw lu.-- (ii
elhlnt di- i. Il.i.) Ol'i w iili.i titf ih..
eggs, Sbw\c.v LI ; Ir iu r vi tii .i 'll tVI ':lm.
over Ith liet'. tl t In it'-' O\c 1 I l'%\t
inliutS I uI o ral.-i. :Is il li,.':vi. St i\
'very olhl. It gu" u i\; llj t. s.1 )1: g 1li1:1
Dlue slE oii1 1 l 11ii :1 i'lt :' I I-.; t r (ints
rhllIti di luh :ur ll pIrll.1 i ,ir 1 1i .
i)retty dislin"s I.- I-- fiimII tlii' pi uillsl
MranIl kluIs (C':i oftii l Ie li.l4 t ftr 7" I''
to flfterlu tc',' ii for 1 ils pi; 11u71 511'.


Osnalc r.ci'd h; lt oof I'ianoI
nimveo irol '1110t .


will re.


IK.lclirn I .uo", p.nilii 'i us iill bold
linsepd oil iv' I veir.' en:illy .tenued.
pl.,hilId furiitlre \I v wipd .\mer -withl n
Illlle 1illlk 1nid waI tr will look i'a
bright as neow.


.'* .' Staffed Eggplalsnt. ;
S.'Boll for qne hour an eggplnut, haiiIve
SIt ,nd. scoop out the literlor.' Cliopj
fine and add to it'a teaspoonful of salt,
s4 altspoodniti of pepper, twp tnlilce
Spoonlfuls of chloppeid onion, hnd onie
cupful of milceed cliIcked, tongue or
f'eal. Put this mixtire back liutpthe
Segglilanit sells, anld bake hait l ani our
I a quick oven. Whtin nearly cooked
SptlU a handful of dried' retad-cruinbs
(':lto a frylug panl coitalnsilg SonIle hot
*. butter;' Cover the top of the eggi ln:ti
Swith the crumbs, bake for another tel
Minutes and serve.

S: S-ii o (nlrrantal.i
A llx, four cups of sigar, two cups ot
Sluegar, a level teaspoon eact of nlllce
iund cloves and cinnamon, one-lialf trt.a
spbon of e allspice, anid sitiall piece of
gingergr .root, I'lt tile gl'0oind spiceI's In
a muslin bag, ,rlthi bllt tl dozen l peper.
corns, and put the bags into two cups
of vinegar and four cups of sugar,
Which halve been boiled togetlier uald
'skhimnsed. While hot put In currnatls
and cook then gently for tenu nuliLtrs.
Put all into it stone Jar, cover 1aud
Sset aside to cool. Tlhe ioext day dr.liti
off- all the liquor frowi tie lleurr'ai s,
heat nd pour rolling hot over tite (o lr
.rants agalti. Do tils for four or liVe
times, or until there Is jiust cniiqlog.
liquor to cover the fruit,


dark color it used to have.
SThe hair stops falling, too.
1 9l a botlS,. AM drui ists. .
Jf I yonrr drlBfin t canFnot ci pply yniti 1
SBAuil Us On dtoll o i.,d vt. e W II. lires
Syiu it Pottlio. llO Oi ro n it nl rvo thl nlItl>mi
o yAsstit.rnat ex liruu okl Adilrrpe ,



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Complex Hine carried in slock for
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Write us for catalogue, prices,
etc.. before buyi2s.

Si A k I II III ,(Hi ri ate uY. in1
Sr aned CirdaU-
iSAW MILLSa ,,.
n Ita I 1;,e' il ve'n ranl I .ow ]rioni.Replilln.
ar. Arlir ,,lt ai t->ii a' t W o rk an-, tilhe llea .
Valr aw n i l.
e.icI.t f,,r ITT ; Tr E sr'. ti'.'. r' TI I \\'1 io for fill
e er rl rll i tlniart'dS tifn iu l ily ii


Southern Normal University
HUNTINGDON, TENN.
A. E. BOOTH, Ph. D., President.
(.in rlEi .1 r v II, M ilto' of T'1tiPlqear to l is'.
nil tInt..r l ,11ll' nl ri r4 i in e if rre l S.y fn'll"ie l
Ot1 l 1 ri. l ll... 1 1tft' -il a.'l n t ilw J r nl i l14
I finull ... rAml t.n. 'I1 Il.I. l lig ,Ni.ri inl irlio il
..f tilh W..imlr -rn r fSiin e .tfnnlnd pre eintliie.t mi
. I ni H., r lr VI rpel'vW o'rli',. I li 11r Ftl1 I At-.
f. rdi ii t.'st iprep laraiiin,ti:orowilt i aBn r,,r i.'nrel'i ll i Tor fora Iil 'tliltT pro rf"o fln.
C.illeaBia ( iHlt i iiesPi Shth rtlBaild.'TS i'w7! Iti' ,


-map -- --- II-I I I


that Equldae were numorots all over
America In the Eocene period. It
is a singular fact, however, that there
were no horses in America wheoi tht
llrst Europelans catnme htlhor.--rom
John Gilmor $peed's "The -lIoi'o th
America," In the September Century.

Mistaken Identity.
The Laidy--What right have you to
enter mny room in the middle of the
alght
flurglar-Now, dolyt., scold me;
ma'ani; I'm isbt your husband.-Sep.
tomber Stuart Set.

FTRp ormatrneatly cur d. No tltsor osevou
r, s after flr.itdayv' uaioe'o Dr. KIllte's Groeat
NKero Htestorar. $2trhiai boail aun troattaselre
JSr. It It. KLDN, JLtd,T ,l,1 Arch St., lPhln,,P'.
All the worll may be a stage, but a lot

oi l-e actors are c';'mpcll'd to get out and

M ri.Wlslo aw's 39ot hlngJyn pfo r ohlldrisi
leetbing,0soto.utho gitni, r oednes in fanmi-
ls,11,alhii0yp1alui,on ro wuid colle. 23c. abottlo
Their c:port of automobiles is about $1,.
0i,()0 a yeari.
Itamflt rO Piso's Oura for ConsumptIon sivel
my life three years a'o.--Mns. TnoMaBs Itos
ISNF, Mhaplo 4 It takr~ years to b'ildl upa a reputation
tlh)t may Lbe shattered in a nli'ntue



Gray Hair


"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for over thirty years. It has kept
my scalp free from dandruff and
has prevented my hair from turn-
ing gray."-Mrs. F. A. Soule,
Billings, Mont.

There is' this peculiar
thing about Ayer's Hair
Vigor-it is a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair does
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But graduallythe old color
comes back,-all the rich,


tnln; MIllnitle ('. Stanwood, Ila'nrll g-
tonl: AInrgaret L. .Magill, iHonltaon (; -.
Irlle Jelu lu.s, i o lI11nd; Ml'ar ell l 'n. LA .
Unkier. Soulith I'nris; ]1. L. Shioriy.
HlrIdgton; [lizn T. Clemenit, tHoult
Ne'wliutrg Alie.t M. ITanson, Hir'o; c;er-
trude A. I'rescult. tOrono.
-.---"


THE RAFFIA HAT;
A New Fart of oHealdgenr A 'W ch ICowme
Frouts the Pillpptin..
Think of looking to the Vhlllpplnies
for fashions aud yet the modeinI Amuer-
lean girl hits borrowed a smart touch
from her Fillphio sister, and It is e'en
more, becoming to her faLrness thita
to the bronze hues of the originator,
It is the rathfahat, and it Is somicthlti
entirely noew. llaIHil: Is graes8. aInd a
grass hat doesn't sound, very tfetelilm,
does It? But lhe rattle hat whtlli tIe
fashionable girl is wearing Is just thl
smartest thing Imnaginable. It Is odd
enough aiud original enough to. sake
every one who sees It want OIKe.
.Tho ralfla lint Isa mad on a wire
frattlme. Strands of raflla are either
branded or twisted so that they entirely
cover the frame of the halt. atiltit
ls 1ll light as a feather and en be dyeil
any color, and a little less tin one-
fourth of n pound, which can l)e
bought for fifteen cents, Is sutlliceout
for linakhig a bit with green rallia
twisted about the wire ranec. It is
tiimluced with a big red velvet bow,
aud where the brim llnred at the left
side n cluster of bright rod clheriles
nre vnuglith This was ail, but tho hat
wns n111usually effective. Its pl)i,'I
illari it oule of the big New York tmll.
llnery shops wias $18. It cost tie silart
girl wlho copied It and (mado t herself
jutt $3.50.
Shle sIelacted a ibeconming wire fraile,
for which she paid thirlty-tlvo ectuts.
8hle used tlfteen cents' worth of ratiUt.
The cherries cost $1.80; there we-re
three bunches. The ribbon for the
bow, which took three yards, was $1.20,
making a total expendlttire of $3.50.
For summer wear at the sea or "in thi
country the railla hnt Is the millinery
fnd of tlhe day. Pale yellow hLts o(
rafflla trimm ed with black velvet
dnalies with yellow centres ire ex.
trenmely effective, as well as nativee
hats trimmed with pnalo aveldel r hya.
cliuths.
Now that the modern girl hlas dis-
covered rattli, or, more correctly spei)t.
hig. has Iorrowed It froin thae i'lIplino
'.oahlin, she is nlso aleaniung to weave
It Into belts alld tclatelanluo bags. This
grass, which is 1 Ms peCes of panlu, imay
Ibo 'wovern Into very tltt'Lrtlve por-
ticres,. nud also luade Into iints ol' till
sites. 'lTe Intas may be used to toii ko
Ilhe plane of dollieson st tihe thble, tlid
the t! larger ones are 1a very convenient
a(hdiltHou to ib:1by's cairrlage.-Womlall'
IIomlo Co0i)itnilon.

The Wolinu andi tho iirim. i
The deo,(rted farm and the womnau
whlo must support herself hiavo one
hinig tit least In conmu et--they are not
loc:lI probletas. Careless writers h1vec
almost made It lnppler that all the de-
serled farnms are In New EIniglaind, iand
Aill tle women who ohave to earn theoi
own living are restrleted by clrcuiti.
stinces to tlhe cities. Twoc says re-

ceutly read before Htgriculturil otleilea
In the Centrlnl West suggest a wider
anud truervlew of the situatlor.
One essayist told of a woman wsho
bought a farm, when overwork forced
her to retlr temporarilyy from her pro.
l'oes'j:tiI; S ie hires a ilmi! for outslte
wolk ia1td it Wotinii to do the roulghlI
honuework. lShe enjoys ltire atr', 'frslt
v\(gelotale aniid plenty of msilik ald but.
tower lIand eggs, aInlt recciveh's eoiigl
money for the hay produced onl th
fil'rm to meet all her expHcsel s
'Tie heroine of the other essayist wvas
a r;ucce;sful steiogrnpIher, who, Wa:it.t
Ing ia house of lier own, )ltlcheld tlOpuin
tlihi'-aeei'.e plure wilchi was far from
cities, but wlitlllil renchltble ldistanco of
Everi'l suiiniinlr hotels. BIy study, per-
s tverlnce, tact nadt conmmo>l Senieo, sb.e
pIresently found herself m!narlet ln
avery ycnr 5000 pounds of honey, 1I~5)X
dr.c@ks llandl qtuntitltes of line fruit.
T'rolinliy there Is inot a county 'In nlny
lStlt' w\ihlh t rl ioc not onffr sliillnr o))
I tirLiiliillei ftir tired woittIi to Irest I.
E'iii.-I.Oi. ii f tral.'ptiU] tl tS. illH lSseitl lllaH
r.11n"11 II JIiIn': or, f r iim.l. liolsH wvOlc('ln
to liike upi ftiltt gTrowiItg., mHirket gi'n.
dletlihig, IouiIltry. keeilng or SOUS oCllti
siE'ctliil nnd ena'Ty It otn at a ,'.oltit
,'a glory ill thle vuIIt'se whio iiti
oughtt out tIIsuch oipii' ings. Trllir 11num.11
E'"r should ilrlehcs e.-Y outal i's I ',ll
iliulon.

Mnineo ominn I'erorir I\sarrlglr i' rvwre
It Mh:litie, nl ie wolon.'l Ihave thi' right
toi solemh|nli .e tlirrlnti;lg adminltttist'r
ontlis nuld lie like. Thely nre coniint lt
slOllncd ileslr tle ne iw In of lI st will-
E'r. w liliti g hl'c Ih llle iddJillbluil I\O\\
irn over Slio(e coiifrerrted lIy' Iie 1ol
siw., it:vR i I Ito 0Vfuan's Jou ri|ill. l'r ,i'M
w (oni ,n nre: I.ella II. I nllitliewell, Kin -


ar, nu oi '11, hla r bIoA'i nllow -..- I Ita h i tiE'- -....
Sold or 60 years. I.0t4..*
strue io I lust it. N sWeriisto -l-uprillt-W a7
tr.l o into I Ihasa. N.verinl-ln, .. n L Want your moustache or bea
I1111. Tli),mn Mla. ln, ni Engll i fubrown rrihbl k
I riv'l'-r, and In 1 j i 18-1 f il 1 (Siit. a ba ful brown or ri ba
is n. n mh l.lon nuia '. w..re r.tiui, It 1
pi-id ni(inl'i' nt rtinHit InIm ihf dlKulSf BUCKINGHAM'S D
Sli hl llr i. hry ntr 1rt-c rim P .On r an.a i.n he d. -ig,
)f ldhlet pilgrlnim Thiry warp re.v oten o ip e ssop u .e a",,


oil:nl ..l,. Iowv.eFr
l"nriv Ithse roint
slblo. Blnto 18
s ii'-ril"Elo'r] In ro
trlinpilc(, tf I.han
"Ncw Light ,onI I


V ar lllnishe w eoo ld ,. I l Tw l,. legrp iy flb .r lP I hlnMlral A Frt4. I.Iaw, u ,ti ,.
( Iraioirr. piErlhi oirer id fir fnPne land mnoil cW M
with cold tv .;1d w" 'ilk'd riy ,lou, j orbliy ui, l iti e. in t- Yen rtay afl
iisld plolsished r. III. sort clois". "i',lt t ar i fro i i i i to SiE i r ni tii *Y cltrday all
in olisil ill si t li i r frurnii d from IortFy lIo liity rents I'lented skirts are no less t1liu ubbl i and 3:15," rall
Too nnich l it ill IltHe grra'vy 1.ny 110C, h le nr ''k. Ti i .k, r e l rk ol quleoUB. i parl( Ink d
by ll 1 tlt or by*' a ,l n,1,,E ir h1' Si.nr 'I ,Or eni dlllE'I"unt. I1ri qJUlious. mU Llih r killed nI
r uell y lli ;i li'c11 of 1w ,a l a In tr 1 t rl l g fr are on *Wh'nt! Wh
sugar In It. ''l toes4 iot hvrt their It IIrli'r v anlI tn rtlrt .inr, fuIrnl bitabind- Strlg ite anti Illig friuge are en h Why
yU t.l iE ll'inlfll ,Il.l ,i 4. I..mrnalunily Its thor- (It. op wnve of the voKgllt. New York ytsloi
gravy in the !icst. I gil Y. aI noriTilP at 3ii i e
Tpp sho:eli )lll bs 1co I 1s risb 1rst will 't hf ,r lr, .n i ~tr Whole puffed dresses, are eectively o"Yea and at 3
Sioti,,rmn4rf hotter iilreil withi honor by piItfI worz by BOUme shoder Histlrs. roia him. Ihe
flnely.pcrvde 'cdl chIf rcoal IInolstet: d roE I Ih1II1 1iiitl tiuion Moe %rr iwrk. lonfz l IiremB w rbI o ,roitrn.
with water. and thelnl wi hori jpr ed ,"'e r.'ar n1111 at otirr iI two". nowl though The graceful flat Lamlminle lints dozen different t
V' %vorl I-,, Come awl pi f f.,r romiipit Mllitary
ithalk oisotenaend with 'liegar. r A l'oll li i f itie. i'Ht LPointl crown the droopy dresses successfully. the siumnmed lip
Slll th:e palm o (r ^IL.:Il IUd dry I' 1. l.lr Cal ..l3Vror. F'ull termopen- -
witlh the p of y hd ry .. Addrs he I'resldI, Iunting- Chantilly laee en appllque on-chiffonr the moage."-
helml. i, TeI. Is quit, as much in favor as a whole
Uncle Sam uses small cakes of sul- .. role of lace.
ptlh.ur he le wans o o le fi a I Advance evening cloakl rSre trailing, S outh Arnr .'
gliss. t'heEe cnkes come wth a small AP IN CURES a n re masses of lace, cloth bands and rest of the ear
ressel to hIol them wlhle they are a Ul accordion pleating. patriot.
during. Sulphur iakes a good disli' C OOO LD S and I .The moro turns the avcroge ressb don't qit
fecta*t. maker cal torture wttide band of lace. broach a claim."
To revive a dling fire scatter over It FEVERISH CONUITIONS. luto, the happlor she seems to be. I "Tho rest of
Ialittle granulated sugar. Another good 10. at Oest at rgtore cal fct are otd on c n rvoln a
plan Is to hold a sheet ot paper over 04,04)00000" o0.o Icallop effects are noted on ew one revolitlon t
o hold a sheet shoulder wraop| as well as the lower tnuIti*l for us
the popaiag above the grate, so that all ATLANTA COLLEQE OF PIARMACY. edges of munch-trlmmed dress kirts. for befa breakfast
ilr that passes up tile clhimnsey mut Prmee Disensary. only college in the U. op- Worisca who already bare a w dte
irit be drawn through the fire. eritn ga drg rLate Demand tfr ru ballte emtroldery all over are having
groyl r than we Sn Myl. A4ro- OL. ba
To improve gravy try adding a tahlo. iiop.. iArTXl, wamuneu, ArIan"e, an extra one dyed to some becomloi
sp. oon of cream to brown gravy afttar Io til.t.
thliek.ling It. It In a great Improve% A foral flared cream .tdurilto '
aM~ti. Beef ten as lallo improved by tbhe toilet is made flli more C barmn by q aMl
S.." idtttb- of ft little rain,. It sorItense I .lnture of pir, klnd.galy iPfipf4f .'i. .a
't- floir to B.l: PI ol ore psr. iua |osi) Ibt a b twane -- .. 7.'^,

... ... ., .


r, and W w".r askcle t,)
ry utn quickly an pOH-
16 n|o EI'iuroplr.an hias
ria('hing hl tI arred
a --From .1. Dr nlikor's
.Lasn" In the Ceontury.

AN'S WAY.
ternoon, bt-tween 3:10
Ihe hrlBght boy, "my
y father"--
, yor ifalher weut to
rday morning."
:10 ma got a tlIgram
klllred him In half a
rays boeoro 3:15. when
enough nerve to read
Philadilellla Press.

RAPID.
c'a I ahead of all the
th," said the boastful

see the Justlce of so

the. earth claims only
iday, and It's nothing
to ring up five or slx
."--Wsbhlngton Btar.


-_, r. .


HYPNOTISM P6rt HYSTERIA. OUR TOTAL POPULATION.

Experlmenta Before Physlclans Which With Philipplnes, Porto Rico, Qi
Proved Successful.
Proved Succeseful. and Sainoa, We Number 01,233,06
The members of the West Side Modu- ''lii tilri l,,initilatlon lt ctllcTratsrl
ecal Society, the New York PolyCllnle Ic ii I\vul';i ,.lltl.l \ 4.is 7i.J3,.3S7,
ad of several other medical assorla- wv.-lill, il,. 11 us.It o\ 1ululuimtllon ttcove
tlans and institutions 'recently wit, Ala'skia an iit awntll, It, itldi ot ,11nc
neased the oxperiment'of placing A I' Prt)o Ilc0, theo tPhilippinItis, (l;:5r
ina tinder the InOuonc ofr hypnotoma Sabiion. The populalito itf ih,u r
Sfor tho puirpoeo of curlug hlir of byl- ly acquillret Island l8 hasi, how,.Vi,Vo i
terla, toilowlng an operation. 1thi l maki asce-'rtaiiqd partly by .o~tintoe'
was hypnotized six times Inpublie, partly by apocial, censuises liucli
and. i now reported to be strong and those eatlliatps, the total p)opi la:\tit.
well. .IBfro heo w\as hypsotlsed h11 tho United Statea and lts or!tlyI.ng
could not speak. 1Ho could dritIlc 8sessons in 1900 watasas follows:
water, milk and gina~r glo,. but att Area ofuenumeratiuOn... ,.76,303
had a choking Qtusttlou when he tiook Philippine Islanild....... .. ,96:
tean r coffoo. 'il also had peculiar Porto Rico........ ....... F
ilsions at tight, and ie frequentlyy felt GuamIia ..... ,.......,.,.,
as "if he didn't cario for anything and Sitmoa........ .... ".,.
ivanted to do.'" Tho physleianl who
pnt him under the. nfluence of hypno T'otal........ .... 8423
tism found hi m a senaltivo sultbct, Teo only co(ilntrloas sturpasslng
The patient pir.ted readily into the Unitll(ed S*ates .In number of Inl
sleepintg stt ate tst the first seatnc. (aIt are the C'hlntesue Empilr :, tho
ln addrse4Ing those pIresent at. one< i[h elnpiro, th1 Russlstn 'lenipiro,
of the seanccs, Dr. Wllliatro lroaddits- pIrobably i'tiunc-o, will the tincllislo
Prltchard, who o gave t eso doostr. I its Africllan poss.,ssion---F-rotl
tons of theo uo' of hyniotism as a [lon. WV. ii. Mr'rinrnlns 'Noto.wo
cutratlvo agent In certain: dlse.asc, i{Rasultsp. o tho Twelfth (Consus" in
said: September Coutury.
"T'lm phenomenon of hypnotism in
not limited to man, Tho lower anntials
are exceeding oeslitlve. I havo seen Jack Tara In Cake Walk.
thO late Ir. Landon Carter Gray hyp- Tho bliiejachltts of the Aimeo
notfzo'at one seanco a rabbit, a frog, frquiadro'n "calto.walelod" through
a pilgon, a lobstirr,- a canary, andi n strtoots of .poitstmouith a the bIan
man. I havo myself hypnotiztod frogs, the Soconid HInts Volutiteer Artll
birtls. dogso and other nnimanls. 'Th(e playeil a lively Yinuleo air.
fninilla. child's trick of otretcthing a The csake-walkc ws aIit unoxpo
clilckon's neclk out, britingI th ) tthe bil to idItion to the ina3's enltortaniii
a certain erank In the floor or lino In which hlad beet airrangoel for tihe v
t(ie salnl, genotly stroliahtg the htead or Ing sallorr' by the Corporition
body at tho timo, then leaving tl\u I'osrtt:nnFrth. 'They marched 80o etit
chicken atretcheI d out unrestrained for fro:nl tlo 0 ockyard to th Co0initau
several minutes 1 an examiPto. TTo,. drill lhll, whero they w'ero tendet
snako charnnlig a hitrd; the mnn con- a luncltootl by the Mayor i undl Cor
trolling a wild beast with his tgae, atlon.
are not necossnrlly myths, to my mind, At firat tho sailorsis awng along
both allowing of a qu\-sl -rtionnl ex- an easy stt ,p while thlo hilid ,)lyiiY'
platinao In hylpnotlie Ifl-nonco. Mow. lively inarch., Th'o rhoers with w
gll'A control of liti follow. of the they were groetct tritiled tu lorae'
Jungle, as d(loerl c in u oue of KIpllnu'a tho miwe sudltionly ashNlfte to tho
storlC, grTnphlcally tlustratos thins lno alko-wall rythm, andr alolst
p)wo'r, nltiholgh the Illu.'Iratlt'n 1S otne oman theo iollun idrop()ied ats II
lackling In sclentilfc valuo or foreo. )y into tIlr poi'a'llair tal8f t( i Mfllo,
"Ainother deterrent infllunce of no piroutieto affected. by eako-walkers
luean weight In Its effort In dIcaSlyng I.lout. Spencor WVood, of the
our linowledc.lo of the H\lubjct, sa tho cago, who comuiandedut theo oltuiun,
rod flag of dantgor which haa been non1luisnmd and a llltlo:nnRary, b-ti
waved along the line of research. In crowd was Mo tho'roucllly plIoaods i
(hi t Io1. 'Mtuchi linrn can he donto therno wcre repeated deniltids fpr
to the sub'joet' 'hts montlal Integrity o'tloro,--LondonE lEx ire.as.
may Io anerlously Ipnralrol.d;' 'lss will
p5wocr utterly tlestroye,'d and a hie ln- JRut $Sltvuil 'rlii 8tFrrvitiloln.
erI'f flegrOdol to theho,,lpurposos, rierl- Wihet, InF 181)1, MIsr llurlfour wan
tr0tl' i even all tuVi iI i., of the op. 1110 thle 'e Wl of lr<,'h'i(t l d Httdtlj
rnator.' T'htero a no e-vidrince wlat- thoe coldition of tile pcopile, ash(o as
ever I n Bsppoa t of autlh doctrinca, and ol 01o I:of th IliW tlhe? wore get(tillnu
vory inuch evlihnee (ellreotly to tho in I pIrtlcutlr village. "Ararah, 1
contrary."--Now York Trlltiue. soro 1idl I It w*'iul't t'for i-'r sut
We;'dl be sHstsrvIng." ,-J.olliS Hull,

LHABA THE FOR1IDDEN CITY. rTATI i OmInto, ('irv Or 'oI.irI)o, I
LU1CiAS ColINTy. 1
--- |,' ,. ,i r> -,l'lA tSK .J. ( t:lritK Y rldtlto ofth' ti)mlt 1'
Since 184G No European Has Succeed. ti,. titu tl' t, u i ol 1. 1. tunitN
cd in Roaching Its Sacrod Temples. (is., tlolng rttt i m tIn the CiRty of T 'l
countyy, clrttl tItltl a.IornmO, ll, atol tltotl
It may bo said, at theo beginlng of firmwill iiy thismiii0itf oNt N1UU tit i
tho twoeutloth century, that, except for Ian s 1sor' 'itu io itlul lIv oty tnort AAt i IAt i-
the two polos, there 1Ia nota cornl'er of Latinsot 1I) ultrOl by t0U IaS) Of li't
(IXATAmist (k i rOi I.-. F5,Js s J, (Jinist
tho ealrtl whero wlilo ncn1( have not 'awior to lhointo imno tad 1 u11)lsorlltol I1s
ltouneltrated. Yet, in truth, thoro ox. -- prt))a 0othl t tilsyolIDo)eoti
Ists on tlhs Alsatie. continent, hardly tA. A. W., IHr A,. W,
two hundred niloie f'roM, t.tl fontor Ii ll'sttnrrhlt ure 'i triken tstoremaly
of IUiltlsh Inlda, a city, t.ho capital'of acts dlie ly onH tli) I)lotl antl i ntoiiOni s
Tibet ,, to which to ,w t( ,, (q !f 4u'vof tho,sy.iltoi, Hotil for tiw llimotil
Tilbct, to which tho "white eitKIn" of 5ro1,1 ft.i ,ystola. tHrct & t(., Tolndo,
Eutropo anil Amneorilca u:ro atbsoluhtely Roldl by all l)Driilgglts 73r.
forbildd n n(; of from ono hunderd uand fifty to two N.ottlI opler.
lauIndreil mills from this city. a-ll tho 'ThIerro nero oiile peoplile who;e trs
rotldso Iadinlg Ito It, at tho place wlhero ti -world it would. itbe it hIll'd to
they crona~'t he fronut-or to theo rov.'nco lni e n li e ui0 eH of tl-t'en f Itar
of WVi, of which Lhnsa Is the chltir dtriill)id irou'tind nimet oni tiho table,.-
town, aro J.,alou:lIy gua'tndedc by nlclot litl (;itol)oe. 0
of Tibetan aollle *,. inilnodlittly uipo_
lprcolvl;ig a cuplr;lou' b loutoknlg cart i larnl nay 'f'(s onl
'an the tontlonels notify tlhe local au A i na it t lu lt rial l o- 1li1 m
thorltloH. Thlio ndvailring travinior tlhe'n y diy th, ie 11 an ot ttirs.--
resn rinl up ti'l'oroe Ilio a whole do- lotk P S
t.schslntcit of rtned nin, conarsided T'hougli the Amner't'an (iaglIi
ly high functiotlo risc of tlih coultulry, tom1gI h i t ld bird, wheni It roo,,ts ,il
v ho, without ditcussinUg the ntatit;r, of a silver diollhr it isi ogalt
polltlly Insalt that those bul lilononnr dor.- -Cll(uhgo Nows.
ri'Lii' c halt Stipl Ti hov \ia-nt (iff'lr
ilm I hli numony anil fi. n .unry for STUA T'
tlio rI.-t irn voa3nge, nl l1io pUinUio tli Fnlo RAI
nriil:,g lilm liat If tw ,'outl,,u, t11 Il ln 1lllb (BCIN anfd BUC|
ny 1o I.lha.:. le will pay fr It wllh l h ,ffror in (r n, o t
ll'i lif.. wli', r,,r(,r lid Kl 51 I l.lior. Ilte i., |ill
itli afl sn tis nof aflllrl IIII i t nai Hi- ''r 11 ... I lt a'y. S ,l'i jlli. FIatl orcit I i
l un m or a i l n n j i l,, i,n t),,. t .nn' i 1.'nlrl iid.oy
w'1t3l exintl e.l. flurLing the rn15 hillln l.l1 [a MIe ll itte ', ill eI- It nttmIII fto ly t
aKges. and ulm tll the mltati..n of th* eii g .- HE l t 1, 5 ~ t r Aui drsi u I(|F
Dtir U) l'l'lrO C() Attai\'n1s1 st nllIIlt, frt1.
lo:inth i'untltry. a nunib< r of iurlo- ..- ...- -
ails. mns'ly C(atloinll inonkn, wre s nllr c a ah'
to remain for long ipri'hds In th I ll
"llHoly (C'lly" nf thio T'llilnit, Wno pro H d a ch? P
fir3, as wn know, Ithiio iiII,'llll l.a Dizzy? Headache? PI
nnful rit llilt. But -inc.' It. explul ack of you cucs? It's Y(
Hl,n. In 17;na. of halio ('alnilln nntn k ai our cycs I
sli,s trl,,,l Fi ml'rllt wivlh li, In -lrrttrl, liver Use Aycr's Pil
alfnair of the coiinrry. ull icrlp)le'auir Gently laxative: all vceetaL
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tomsa -O kidney ttrouItl, inid ,
womabl dlsplacd Qenlt.
'READ MIISS BOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE.
o8mo time stfo 1 Iwas i1 at v'. I
weak condition, inly work iumale ic '
In''rvouts n ad ayh bacc aheIatl frlilRt I'flly
all tlho time, and I had te'riIlilo ihead-
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E. slnit Iani's V e(betablo ( n1I-
l)ouii( for l 11 and Itl c t'lu. I )
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once, nu ld tditl nob foL so tited 11,
bc-fore. I ctrontitlnued to talo it, and it
brouKlit hiotalth antd stFongth to ino,
and X wXanIt. toi trhanli you for tIlo
Soo it It its (liuO t1le."---B1s 11ATr
OLLMAN, It-1'1d St & \\'ales Ave.,
Ntw YW ork ity. -- $rSWOfof'r forlfgliulof
Sabovu lettor prov'In'i gnulilheness anoset ea p j.1Jucd.
Lydlt hiE. Pinlchlam 's Vegetableo
Comuplxiun citrce Ibecla le It ii
title gyroitest known rclmeldy for
kidney rad4 woqlb troubles.
13very Iwonian lwho if ipuarlcd
alboltotliv coindtllon holiold write
to Irf1. rs, I'l1litillt sI.tIn2,ls r Mss.,
nalndi tl'e l r ilt.

NIGHT TRAVEL.

() ncnr light, and far llphsn,
Anld avery light, n hlim'!
And howl tlihey glaldden, tnlulc l 1na,
VWho lttIo and. onrly i'allln

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Ily tindil nitl glcni re l p'O h aP l
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FREE PROOF FORBIDS DOUBT.
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two 1), ."(1'0, 1u4l I .riA ll tnIhrMil/| ldiy c nt they Yrn I ,,I zn 1 m h,,y lr -v in 'lla ilhAItl ti i. NVIN I I a -,
l ttllIg it" lll l I oit10 ll', ElCy 11111t ll l fli f i .i i I liiiit S|t Ol u ol l l noW. ';oh
or iliov l mly t not tild two iI. ,'I,.I Imlt iII Ill t.t "I I 'irl. I1 llw iyiallil lIl ilIu l Iut a Irln bo 'aA
it-Aun tititim tino\-i)-rMl1d"ii), al! I 1 il 1 1i1 til.) Lt iSl, i vl I y ),iil iltiy'll Whl.']. III. I'ntI Kllu I' y I,'llll K5 an Uat '.
11t9iil o lUllnitnly.'--Ml 'H, I'.I.A A. iATr im tN, (IlatlIIu. l'P ., It X Ibl. I
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ivoia by, fitt' vottirMIS Killsuiry '1I1n s'une to
w Sit t sy the w txlrou Isa,.sIs' ut tns, ri'a)uts lht l tq I ilE gr"1"" 0-e0i! *'
1 from fr drugigi an ndllaq
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MIaL".a o hro. I eviu. Do u 'I 'g
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'ltoy l t,,'I'am Lt rin with II~Fs.'t. Klliny FPUI Xn
I rile ltt al llncnit, ll ID o .. P. A ...,'r------ lyholdu-Ui ..t.. I U 5.
t 'l rodx pi lu In| ]i ilgi 'till sltmp iall l I Tllsl2
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Littleton Female College '
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4 One of the most prosperous schools In the Soutlh, with a high
slniandrd of scholarship, located at a very popular Summer Resort,
Sand vilth a large patron ge from five statcas, xtending from New
4 Jersey to Ilorlda--an Inlst utlon that Is doing a great work.
'We will take a limited number of pupils. Includlnh g M
Board and Full Literary Tuition for $5a.90
per etin on condlllons made known on application t(
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Intemanllesaaninulisie t i Sw1
Iitl iEunin nalljn E-Vr1rnis a'LilO
i'.titrrli iLiltI L l' flt with 1I I
I'lnelul i. ll. i c..Iuilnid sc1 sluai Ao'Y
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l1,lmt ,5l|o1nn- I Mn aMil u.'eva dnit eastives,
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sortiled lnut -i lihe ili th i vt -Illl Ir I t hilien ted or
cnll're I ,y l -olmdtl mit t of Ril)Dtnl
lil s. '.. i;In-, know lhom and.
ti'pe k ilst I y uI f toli. l. All drugglta t
8IIe ll h l in. 'llua fiv-cnil package o I
lntlogh for t\ll an ollairy soc rnslon, and
the 1. I'Only ItIeI., tnlxly erCut, acotalir
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A Winged Highwayman.
W\ V111lnll'tllrny Iw i-nilr wlhy a waIp
h'i lt ---lt 'l r. in '- t'f lly di eltn l Itsel
l iiti t at: I t Iw y. Bunl. Ii nilailt n to ita
rnlill .- ,it iltir.iu I- lt, Ilie rolmp orfly is
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that theo oivt'.nonill sling cannot be
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lho--I'laylng wlh firo again?
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SIte camlto iup to tlho cmlunllry' i
ltilt it wo'k or Bo ag,,
Tlie city ,lil(I wilo nE''er hnli ritll
Th'I( fl lds wllnerO wIhl fliow-,rn (roww;
Andi wl'hn sho Be e thel rat tatllH,
Sin' cried, -"Oh, dit liook, iult-rl!
Who over bI"oart of Bliillnslt'l
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-'^ T nW S THE PUNTA UQDA MEETIN until July, 1897, snd t'at during 4.4W" A
DittrtI Uysehrng his speech at Punt al o the said peraeriod of about three ." AB L
1' o D. B. .OODWIN, GordS Tuesday, Hon. Juo. N. C. received the allowance for drayage W e Heave
editorr and Proprietor. Stockton made some very bold and rebates to the extent of about
charges against Senator Talinfetro. ione-third of their fi vight bills and In Stock, and are constantly receiv- -
.. tured April 2.8, l03. at Gaitesville, If theSenator'isguilty o all thlt the drayage before mentioned, n "Stc, -t-an" ar on s fa r Mnn r ec T' 73A
:slpaalecond-class i;,tter, ,,lcr Actof is publicly charged agaitt hii n by iin all to about $:(;.0110 e miiIt ing "up-to-date" ShoCs or MNen, l A
f rc Mr. Stockto it wold certaily be uly, 197, t tried his Women and Children, at popular IS T E PLACE
Tb u t i t t l s h-o o f a p o s i t i o n i n .ia i d o f l i c e t o g o i ni t o A
Publihed every ay, but little short of crime for the business on his own account. Af- prices and of the best nakes. -TO GET-
At$1.00a ,ear hit adlc,'. people to return hint to the United fiant says tl.ht this sworn statement
5o cent0 ror Sia Months, States Senate, and if he is not is naade in, the interest of ithe cityall I E
.25 Cents for Three Mout,.i guilty it is now up tQ the Senator of Jacksonville, in order that the e ca I
to show that lie has been slandered. trth av be known and that all
ca R re de to., .)aitt of dei ted binusi,,~s men engaged i,, business Varticular attention to the Ladies -AT-
LIcal Readers, hi reee t'pe. ce,,. No amount of denying the i, Jacksonville may have as far as BrOckport" arid Mens "All Amer- '
lie for each Insertion. c!hargcs by the newspapers support- possible an equal show and fair ,, ad l O ds O ABLE AljU A.
Space fordisplaya.lvettiseinent. inrcc ,ing Senator Taliaferro, and abtising field for competition. ca and "W lk Over grades.
Son application. Mr. Stockton, will suffice. If the F. A. RA NKIE.
--- -" ........- Senator is innocent of the charges nethis 1 th andayof July, bA. D. .J. D M atheson,
Hamilton county .wants the can- preferred by Mr. Stocktoni he cer- e3 ORGE M. POWELL, W
.didates tolr.ndhlu a barbecue up mainly stands; today a very inuch Notary Public in and for the State 1 0hB e ld LBatieI {01e. lBnineiVilIe, FIl. $
p'rIz.lt, ftchua shoul.1 invite them persecuted and slandered public of Florida at Large. -
F, also. servant, and his vindication should Following are two other charges l C j e vU.1. *
Georgi is getting id of he a- be speedy and complete. While, that should be read by every voter, ____.-- ....... ..
S Georgiis getting rid of her va- c ot, the other lhail, if lie is guilty as and thought seriously about by -
to Florida, and should be given charged, l he uld never again ask every o we who reads the: .. E
work. We teerd thex to build-the people of Florida to support TRIED TO RUIN STOCKTON. -4T
roads. him at the tpo10, and if he does he The corporations of the State A
should nimeet his Waterloo at the have done everything they could to -A6 = W D A A0 XNWT/
Alfred St. Clair Abrams is now a hands of an outraged constituency. ruin i, not oly politically, bu Schedule Effective Juc til28, .
full-fledged candidate for the office During Mr. Stockton's speech faeid a support 1896, becaugo platI -*-27 3 55 soUHRN Ili i 34( l
of attorney-general. When will at Punta Gorda, he accused Sena- form. the corporation leaders, 9 35a 8 oop 3 oJp Lv Jack %o'nilt- .\ 7on a '5 .. 1'J
we hear from Doggett. Ellis and tor Taliaferro of being a bitter among v.hom was James P. Talia- u 5is 8 55P 3 40p .. ..... lIdwin ., .a kb ,-,a 4 20
others? enemy to the primary system, ferro, joined with the gold demo. i 4 6 o45p 5 03p .. ,. lls a
..which e all know to e the only crats and induced Secretary Car- 2 2"p 5 36p Ar. f 111. 1i [.. 7 ..3h ... #11 p 3 S ell.al
If Stockton and arrs go to s at g a r lisle, the then subservient tool and ........5 36p I. ,ANI I I. 7
now attorney for the trusts that 26p.............L\. S.ier SI,r.t,g. 1.- ... 2 2 p
If Stockton and lirrs go to system that gives equal rights to all ^, attorney for the trusts that 26p rLv Sil. r il .-
Washingtotn as two of Florida's and special privileges to none, when own the great rational banks, to 58P 12 53a . o' ; Ki d o Fresh
representatives in thl National it comes to selecting officials, from withdraw the govrmnernment deposit 55 a 13a, i it 50j,
council, the imas-ses will certainly the highest to the lowe.t. Then., if from tihe bank of wliidh I was pres- 4 i.lp ,1 8a ).I. t. i..:p .',
have two friends at court. our Senator s opposed to a svste t dent, with the object of rippling p 39 .... 9.. I
i t s c r e d it a t a t i n i e w il e t t h7e e n as 7 o tp i t 2 o a lm t t t ,. t I .I m
Governor teniings' announce- wich oest voter ly a oney panic in New Vom k. To w 281 I I 46p il New8. .V. k To 7, M E AT 13 .
meut has not caused as real a have some say in the matter of who what bank were these deposits 6 oop 6 45a Ar . Ta'i I v ;'. ['". p' <( '.
iffe as some of his friends sup- shall represent us in the councils of transferred by Secietary Carlisle, NORTH AND EAST 3.1 ,6 WI .k '1 .A I N. 51-' 5
of his friends supand Nation, is it safe for who that year declined t .support
S-ed it would cause. It seems to believe we should have W Hi-van for the Presidency? Lv Jacksonville . .sa 7 N I.- J- top 5 u e au
Sr generally conceded that the Sen- s w i e h They were transferred to the First IAr Fernandima ..... .. L 9 t o.,p At. l.,,.;,.- p 1-, i a
Yatorial race will be between Stock- s privileges also, to return hin Natiounal Bank of Tampa, of which Ar Brunswick .... 12 ip .' 5- 1 Al (,t. 4 -'
Ar Savannah ......... t r, FA 1 7 5 '
S,' on and Taliaferro, to the Senate? James P. Taliaferro was president. Ar Fairfax ......3 "p 1.1-' r S .,tic ... .,p t sp
S n." Mr. Stockton also accuses the C. Does that not. convince you that he Ar Denmark ..... 57P 2 2.,T1 A, ll.-..-,- 9 .op I. IS'p
S The news of the death of Maj. B. Rogers Co., of which Senator was i" close alliance and had in- Colu ia .3 5V t, ,-;,\ .. 1 7
Chas. H. Smith ("Bill Arp'), can Talinferro is a member, of so fluence with the gold dem ocrat-.? me ....... 7 9p 8 a A I. ... 5 or'pOM 4
Ar HamletW.............9 5.o S.A .. ,2 Ar -i',-o"i ....... t,'p HON.
airry nothing but sorrow to the "standing in' with the corpora- RsVUe atr ON TAIC.AIR RRO. Ar iouthlringto e . S 9 ".< Alr .,..tle . .
i eart of every true Southerner, and tins that no other Jacksonville The firconvicted and Rogers Co Ar aleiouth ill . t.. 9 i ...... .....
paniy was convicted nad lined $100. Ar ortsa outi h ....... 53P 1' A t 'itt. .-. -
;,very good Northerner who really grocery concern canl compete wit last year by the Merchants' Associ- Ar Richiond, Va. 6 1" 8 a Ai ,5 ta ... ... .. .. 7 .-... .
m'.',^aew the man. In in many respects thigh mianioth. comCeiie because of ation of Jacksonville, for opening ;I Ar Washington .... .. iu ioa ;, '. ,...,a .. L;.......2 ,,J 1tTT T T
.l place will be hard to fill. the advantage it has over others itn car after it had been scaled and the Ar alti re...... 25 t N. -il ....... -. 9 .
Ar Philadelphia .. .7. i. 5 -,.......7 "
i' the matter of freight rates. We bill of lading signed, ad putting Ar New York . t ( ..ro ESTABLISHED 18e0.
It really looks now like the can not comment o all of the more grain iu the car so as to ob. ..
tur cl ocmeton of trill free freight o1t the additional Connections for Palmeto, Mnauntee, tii.o ,t.i ". .c.t t I,o 'xcept ta.ti H. D O
county candidates may get lost in charge,, preferred against our "btus- shimpient. The officers uf tlif C. lays, from sainesville. .
b n'"enrlr it -No. 3.1, Sieabor,1rd Express, (l viig i .,,i t i 'ii illm 'i.i Ilcept:rs Ictwtell
theaehtule next year. The Sena- ins enaLor' lth, ,y Mr. 13. ogers Comipany at this time, Tampa, Jacksoville aind Ne cnk, via. R;-l' md ,tit l l A': ,iintio,. V .tiuitl t
.''toiel and Congressional races are Stocktoun, ullt fir mthe inftnlation and whilethe reb:ttes wrcreceived, day coa che betweenJncksonville .an WaSat.in .,i, i Ri, unniol. Ca.fe dinia ton Depa tn t QA
about all that are' beilg thought of our reader, w publish the fol- were: C. i. ,ogers., presidten; car service from Jacksonville. co n ,
m h'i Jb u e c p b 0 01 rtci- lie, 1 P. Taliafel re, %.ICU pre.idelut, No. 66, Heaboarl Mlail, day coaclihes, M il i.lAgg,. 111,l ,:xpr.'ss cair-. hetw ii
lutsch obout except, perlh ps, b-y lowing affidavit which M r. Stock -' ,, l ,a i r.c i,, pres.e.ett, .Incksonville and Wsliington, and av.iiy rn.i l' ,n ;It tnI li > Ja, i.
.' those who expect Io he c ndidatcs. ton read in the presence of the Solt I'd ,l. ,A. Champ iii, ;t-retar soniville aid N ew York. for nCrose...la-hu:,. \\'lm f. V. t .., intr- il I n
o_1 r t1iale s id il prlss sp' e sof No. .55 coiniects at Si irk for LnCrotsie. Adla \i !. ip lior-T il bl
ahigto lt has gone dr. atur anld the as,.embled li ltitulde- ,ttor l'ilii,:it as lthe "bsite < nimediate points, anmid at Archer %itlh -aril) 1;i 1 rni m h.
Wa., .hinto county htas gone dry. t It r Gorda last Tuesday n I It known Slor Nos. 56 and 57, PtIliaan s'eper l.etwci N. w i -nSe inll J.larcl. Vill-. 'ntt
.- Columbia will go dry Sept. 15. The a t ta lLesdav: : II Iti kiowit Senateor N s.mers for Key WVest and Ilnvanla.-Laeave'u ror. i n, t i, a, Tn J e,, ys muld In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantiti
^':-I o tra it l d i do e State of Florida, \ m'. lhat-ini i ,r 1thi1t-lt it .eatS, uni Trhursdays, 1 p. il.
nor traffic in lorida is doomed. County of I)tval, SS. p to tve. eatm:'u I .'htn AO MacDXEI., Asn't (en. ias. A. ., Jal ... i e, tn. Advances made. Warehouse charges free.
T,. usands of unimpeachable wit- Before me, a notary public iin il.tiiately,. anld hus:t w~teCli.1 lii., L.. C. COBB, licket Agent, Gainetsvillc.
i nesses are testifying to the odious- and for said county and State, per cureri very closely, nit oiilY ti tt t- .e-..- --. .- made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
ss ofits character, and not one sunnialy appeared F. A. Reneke, to twenty years that I kite,' hint inmri-
i tan convince the public that thought 1i e well kuown ind being by mie first ititel', but lor tile l.I.,-t tIel\v. ....
t covice thepubduly sworn, says that lie was c- yea,", and I cannot recall to imy kI tte sa'ew'eewceececeeectewe'ee
to* ] playedd checking clainis against mmiii Uii L business ciltip p ise t va- ESTABLISHED 1S86. 0@
Tu readers ho billings for the Florida Central and lie cVci originated. E ALACUA NTY ABSTRACT COMPA
H Times-Uniou readers who wish Pentinsular Railroad Company in Now, '['un Sr.mi lmasnauiht to ainesville, Florida.
to read Stockton's Punta Corco their general nuditor's office in say nbout the probable truth or Tr e question of t title a first pqosideration for the invest
peech should get a copy of ''tes- Jcso t,'ilee Fla., dtmring tle falsity of the foregoing charges, ..-. The Toany piece frl nin Alsaclon Cou sty
SMettopolis published the speeches thIt it ws part of the regular t the editor desires he We take pleasure n TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. business given propt
if l those years to check claims against above is t,.ue should Senator Talia. announcing that we have Attenion.
i LshedTaliaferro's and a very little Iilling, nand in doing so affiant as- fetro be returned to the United .uSt putin a new line of B. R. COLSON, Mana
Sof Stockton's. certainied anid noticed that nearly States Senate front Florida? And .e Ot* ****, o,, e ao tlat.asmm.a.
.' ........ ......all of the relief clains nade poutron Moulding and the latest |
A.; Ay man who enter.-, a tow, one of tlhe regular priced forms the other is, if the charges are not M an t. lratest_. .........
1. where there ar. two tewsp.tpers, kuowon as Forni 2-15 wenic for ithe titue hns the Senator not got a good improved machinery for S9 '-. V- W9 --9 99999..
' and learns what side of any given relief of \V. F. Coachinma, agent, case against Mr. Stocktont-suf- making frames to order. 0 r CIT" Responsible.Compa
. question one of those apers is on, ced shimets made by ficient to put him out of business- mae kXi ect to Ca ry a full t oU i Correctly Written
and then is simple tmindcd enough 1intes n oh State, and that thereis anIo wil lie not do it? pVi e P6 tocarey i b eraWli'ohh C imrtn ty of Contr
S to ask which side.of lthe same ques- was a special rate sheet by which \\'e shall see what we shall see. loue Of mouldings and Prompt payment

on the other is r i on, shoutldi these amounts were vafied, aid COOKS AND EDlORS, frames and we invite We cover these important points and respect
in' ,---H1. Rogers Company amounted to Br.othier Harris, of thie Ocala inspection of Same. Solicit a share of your business.
... .. *M~ Tni. .T. ,-i ,/about one-third of the total freight | Banner, calls atteution to the fact Jrf _
Le|; a nis:ut gbills. atid than t Jtetle said conity 'that judges, lawyers, -peacit-rs, We do no think it FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSUR
candidate, has been in the city .swe- over their coinpetitors in Jackson- doctorss, bankers, imerchaints, pOSsible to produce more | ..G,-EITS FoR 'T-


i,. d eral days on account ol the illnesss! ville aImountiting to about one-third etecLctrni in fact almostt every body -r f in.li
', of his ister, Mis. Aunnie Suting- of their total freight bills on ship- but editors, become s.izd with artistic or finely llnisha Victor Safe and Lock Company
S fellow. Theic is no cleverer fellow ents to points in Florida. These brain fag and are forced to take au- portraits than we do. N N A
fellow. Tle is cleverer fellow nmmountsso allowed to the C. B. nual amid seini-aniinial ouLgs. e ant your trade and / CINCINNATI, OHIO
than James Alexanlder, and he has Rogers Comnpany were verified by thilkstl o We want your. trade andai( I iu( the aest s mATe, O pr
some staunch fiends mid -,tipport- the claim clerk and not by the 'rate t t oe f a th a Victor" is the best safe made, and parties
ers in Alachua county. clerks. The C. 13. Rogers Cum- necessity, and in this ip:nion we if the best 'work and the plating the purchase of a safe, or anything in that li
-The b-e t or ,Le patty during the said four years re- concur with the venuIablL editor of lowest price will scure box to a bank vault, will save money by consulting u
t,, The best three out 01 lie t.kes ceived also allowances (called dray- the IlUnnner. Biothci H: is didn't tuation cheerfully furnished. Callon or address
the cup, and since the ehlianc-,t got age) of 15 cents per thousand int-,ide cooks in his ihst, ntless it we will have it.
the fir.t Iwo% out of two, i pominds, aunmoutinng to about $30 tl'ev .ere intended to he, l Our Studio is always Cushman & Hi
u hardly be doulbted that Shiamrock. I-er miionth, aid the rebates on -r Stdio I a GAINESVILLE
Ill ill the water wth ght allowed the ogers itt tile eectoea,'' and the fact open to visitors ad e GAIESVILLE
I' ItI Will cu isth wtit r witott Comlmnay amounted to about $2,- cooks aInd editoms don't take omt-
Sthe cup. t thnt co thate 71 per nonth,t in addition to the, ings as other people do mayv ti ne at- invite your order iii per-
Japau may be otr t lleuger. driy-agc, amounting to about ^o6, cotnnteul or i1 one, or i,ttl of two
J jpan is a \videa, lIcittle colli. 000( peI, nunum in drayange and re- .. o o or by mail. Qle Iu I s
". try, but Uncle Saun tm,nt hlld thi bates, which represents the napprox- wnays. list, theycooks and di- tral o rder by mail. & lf
... up. inmate amnonut of advantage in the tors) are indispensable ,md ca not a orer ict.
It is unfto- --l nalter of freights enjoyed by tihe be spied friomi their respective coin- Respectfu ly, Time Table in Eect July 5, 1903.
I,' It is unfair to :coluu th,, e nt C. B. Rogers Company over other mnuiiti:,, and second, tlhey tes- ....
enforcement ofthe laws. Q'l tc ,- oimpetitors in Jacksonville. This specially the editor-, t, e ,ot a,, s GARRETJ AR CRO,,
ficials have to do it to t;ie I)L-it t in addition to any advantage o c. No.4. a. t.r N
their ability, or they atre ic u thi y. mtay have had over other Prepared to go it the si't e sv; e "se Rooms 1i and 3I. | ay. 4 AToNS al N
i I titols in the matter of facil't- 1o0 tile people whotim they' r L td T rDuay. D V
letit be against the la exi eienced by allowances too evei lastingly hot, mid tL di.,- anesville Fla. ,. .
and not the enforcement. If we1 uthsh the claim department in tauct to the resorts too geat, for --nesville, -a. I .-. ..r. -.-....... Pa Id A P. M. Ar
have auy uniust laws they slhould'itl l klida Central and Peninsular of them to le killingg to tra. ....el
'aw srepal Radt .... ud itto"S office. About iauy of them to ie, willing to travel ofie---- Abou n i n
be repealed, but until they are re- J.mu- 1 19 affiant resigned on the ankle express. .- --- ..
haeoffiialis tost fOR d1uty of the hie n i tePs auditors office W There is said to be a movement i Hx-Presi.'lent Cleveland muims-t in-: ... .. .....-.............. :
S t to ploy We gratlate Col-n foot to colonize 500.000 South- tend to return t te Deocratic ... .. .... ..
amusing to he t Aftano to rther says that-, lie son," says the Levy Tiues-Den o. egro in Maschusetts It .......... ta...
Yo h etat t eo M1laclhua "g agait" b -mue employed ill the anu- crat, "upon. his selection as tax ns- ern eroes n Massachusetts. It party -l- has named ls b.by .oy 1.
I met tlk a bout s"ing editor's office of the Florida Central. sessor of Alachua count, to s will require a steel wall a mile high Thmas Jeffersoi. 1, S^ ,. ..... .. at......... ::: .
Aty Cotnmissiotners f o r and Peninsular Railway Company i i and a mile and a half deep, all ------- L ,- { -..- .-m ..m.... .
DA -because the county at Jacksonville (in the same canac- "cee h M. totBell, deceased. Nodwo;ihed ro i '
SW t d -"thbe saloounpeople onl ty in which he had been emyloy- better choice could have bnn ngrsin sahst, Talinferro's boom at Punta Gorda 1'7 11. '....n.. :o .. *.
divide t ft td .'damages" bI th) il the fall of 1894 kina found made."'" Tnesdav. Stockton is a winner.- .. r a s ? .i.. .
i.taie ,th mtb1th m -te t e ting, We think there is about as much Levy Times- Democrat. a. s i, a. ...
S dthath "a," and hat the C. B. Roers Con- Just as wcU try stop the moith Of in the talk about Call being a can- : ii' i
"I tl ,,, ,,,-,, o,, patty th ts ,till aec 7,.
S, WOage ,ad reb.t.. l a olcanowit e hers, or dar .t da f* the Seate .s. teire is in The G. A: R. is conlderilg the .A.-. A ,
vantage civr ,t r Piss htSA t i Ir with E 1lt io ut Bryan toig here Advispbhity 1of 1 ng a A sodier Ar .a. a ..,


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