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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: September 1, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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GAINES V
EOFRAL, BTUSITJ.'SS -1- ND POLITIOA.IL


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.\INi.SVIl.LI.,- FLORIDA, TUFSDIAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1903


.m %: I ih'-r. at, l io) to the i.id clerk by

N W GA L W uit to hunt in said county, only as pro-
F F' D 1 I l de for in this act. and the same shall
,FOR FLORIDA ot te. transferable,. an it shall be un-
Sla&wul for any non-residefittof this State
; without ob.tining said peatmit, which
Published for the Information of pernit slall expire on the first (ay of
S, i M-ch next following the date of its
SThe Star Readers. Li.-ue, to hunt in this State. That all
i money collected cr provided for in 'this
S,.' section shall be paid over by the clerk
CAN HUNT' THREE MONTHS. to the county treasurer, and shall be ap-
plied to paying the fees of salary of a
Sa game warden for said county. Pro-
Must Not Kill Too Much Game : l1 t'hat i" asy county where. there is
M'.o ., -- e vro game warden, then all money'collect-
-Must Not Sell Or Offer 1ed as pro\ ,ded for in this section shall
for Sale. hI paid by 'he clerk to the county treas-
S r t i urer for the use of the fine and forfeiture
For the information of Sr readers we fnd. Any person violating the provis-
Spublish below the new game laws for i, of this -tion shall be deemed.
. Florida. T'he laws are doubtless vio. filt fa misdemeanor, and upon con-
Slated ith iupunmty it i.ehaus every actionn tereof, shall be punished by a
e. unty in the State, and yet no out wAl lie of ot more than one hundred
say they are had laws. The follow ng pro- dollars, or be timpssoned in the county
S Isioniare some of the laws for our gov- Jai not exceading ninety days. Provid-
erninmeit, and they--like all other laws-- c that the provisions of this act shall
should either be enforced or repealed. int apply to counties ha \ng special
Gamn wardens should read the law and g, me laws ,
then see to it that it is enforced. a,l Sctin That an person making
Sre Setion 7. That any person making
where there is no game warden thle affidavit gviing information sufficient to
i county commissioners should appoint coin ct another for violating any of the
the sheriff, or some other suitable iman to provisions of this act shall receive e-
.lThe law after the at aaer. fo half of the fine so imposed and collected,
The laws referred to are as follows: if the iunfornnmt be the' game warden;
; :An act for the preservation of Itd aiuy ot'"er shall receive on thirdd of such
deer, lirds and other'game, aind to pie- fime..
scribe tie time in which they -may be Section 8. That all laws and parts of
hunted, and to pro ide that all non-resi- laws in conflict here ith are hereby re-
dents of the State shall take out a license pealed
'1 before Ihey shall hunt wild deer, birds, Section 9. This act shall take effect
Sor other game. atd a penalty for the v;o- immediately upon its approval by the
nation thereof. governor.
Be it enacted by the Legislatr -e of he _
SState of Florida. DIDN'T PUBLISH IN NEWS.
Section i. That. it shall be unlawful l
S for any person or persons to iunt, chase, So Says the Saloon Men, And We
:kill,tmolest or have in his, her or their Agree With Them.
Possession, any wild (leer in tnis StatR One of the illegalities charged against
except during the nmoths of Noveimber, 'lte local option election on June 2, last,
SDecember and January of each year. Any according to our muotaiing contemporary,
' person violating this section shall be which the saloon men by their attorney,
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, aud R. I.. I)Davis, is trying to have declared
upon conviction thereof shall be find for null aild void, is that there was a paper
each deer killed, or in his, her or I'i'ii in the county at that time known as the
possession, not more Ithan one ihun(drd "News," and that notice of the election
dollars, or less than twenty-five dollars, ;'s-s not )pu lish.l in the said "News."'
SOr be iuprisonitd in the county jail i ot Tlie fact is there was mto such a paper
S."ore than six months or I- h than three I~' "News" in the county at that
months.. i ~1 ; -'hat paper having suspended pub-
Sectiolt 2. That 1no person, or pertsol;, I;,'atioi before tfle election was onleredl
firm or-corporation, shall sell, expose fr --"i'iil thie moi:ce could not have beeii
sale, or have in his, her, their or it; pos- p 1)nliivl.c in a paper not then in ex-
session for sale at ani, title arny (.ld deer, i';elle.
venisop or deer hide, and it shall e unt- Such efforts on *be part of tl ose who
lawful for any person or persons, fi.n or are striving to have the election set aside,
corporation, toshipor rainsport any (deer, and l'hreby the people's expressed will
venison, or deer hide or hides in this disrcl'rd'led, can only seive to cause hon'
State for sale at any time, and it shall bti est inuiiit.ts to ati;ve at the conclusion
unlawful for any cormmonto carrier to t.it the L hloon people have no grounds
transport. any deer, hide or hides in this on which to rest a complaint, else they
State at any time to be sold. Any person would not make sudit a charge as the
or persons, firm or corporation violating above one is.
the provisions of this section shall, upon I,.'rit: Since the above was put in
conviction thereof, he putiishltl by a tine t ,)e .he following appears in our con-
of not less than fifty dollars, or be imt- temporary this morning:
prisoned in the county jail not more thanI The statement published in The Daily
S.three or let's tana omne month. iut of Sunday, that one of the three
thr or le tnan eon or pr palrs published in Alachua county dur-
S Section 3, That no person or person mn ,sg the wet and dry election was the
otball.-ave in his, her or their possession, News, was a clerical error oil the part of
or shall hunt or kill, any wild tturkey, "te city editor. The only paper pub-
quail or partridges in any pa of this tshled inll Gainesville during that time be-
quail partrides ay t of th side The Sun was The Star, and the
State, save only from the first day of No- notice of the wet and dry election was
vember until the first day of March of duly published in that paper as well as
any year. No person shall kill more 'lie Sun. The ontl contest over pub-
than four wild turkeys,, or more tlhau lieniiorl is in regard to The IHonet.
twet -five quail, and no party of two or The quotation is nearer a correct
more persons shall kill more than siB s'i-tement but not yet correct, as no such
wild turkeys or more than fifty quail in paper as Ti. STAR existed in the coun-
one day.. And no.person or persons, fit .a ty at the time the election was ordered.
or corporation shall sell, expose for sale, Adve- t.ed Letters.
or have ln his, her or their possession fordd
S sale in this State any wild turkey, quail List of advertised letters remaining in


LAFAYETTE STILL


A D RYCOUNTY


Effort to Transfer Her to Wet
Column a Failure.


ELECTION HELD SATURDAY.


-The Majority Small, But Even
Mayo Lines Up On
Dry Side.
LaFayette has been a dry county for
years, but the saloon men, seeing them-
selves fast driven from the other counties
of Florida, had an election ordered and
tried to vote LaFayette wet again. The
election was held last Saturday, and just
how the saloon men suieceeded-or rather
how they failed-will be seen by tlhe fol-
lowing letter and telegram:
MAVO. FlA., Aug. 29, 1903
DEAR BROTIIKtsK CAReI'TK;TMR,
Gainesville.
he bells in the churches and school
houses are ringing tonight. The tow n of
Mayo is safe. We defeated the whiskey
men by a good safe majority. We are all
jubilant and happy. The saloon rien tie
sick; Oh, so sick, wish you could see
then, but you can better imagine how
they look than I can describe them.
We praise the Lord for the victory
here, and thank you for your efforts ii
our behalf. We believe the whiskey
question here is settled for some time to
cone.
At this i iting 1 have not heard from
any other precinct in the county, how-
ever, the victory in Mayo practically set-
tles the question, as the whiskey men
care nothing ot any other section but
Mayo. .
We fought every inch of ground at the
polls, and when bur orgiani.ed plains
were pht in operation Saturday .morning
their forces weakened, and as the day
wore on they got so they could not, trust
themselves.
Well, I know you i 11 rejoice i th us,
and hoping to mntet yodu again soon I amn
VourN respectfully,
G. .. RAsrtMSY.
Deiit.ug to let our readers kunw today
the exact result of the election in La.
Fayette, and Ibeing unable to get a w.re
to Mayo, the editor wired lie Suwaqtuce
Democrat, at Live Ohk, and l.his tno In.
ing received front li;litor Sher vood Ihe
following telegram:
Lrva O)AK, FVla., Aug. i, 19)3.
TH STAR, Gainesville, Ihi. .
1,iFayette coiinty dry by seventeen.
This is report received here.
J. F. S11 Etwoo1,
WESLEY iALL BOUND OVER.
Spent a Day and Two Nights in Jail
--Will he Tried Tomorrow.
Wesley IHall, colored, who (for the
second time) was arrested for selling
whiskey in a dry county Saturday night,
was arraigned before Justice Colmna yes-
terday morning. Attorney W. S. Brootnie
appeared ta behalf of the State, andtt At-
torney J. A. Carlisle for the accused.
Attorney Carlisle mno.ved the quashing
of the warrant because of an alleged er-
ror in the wording of the same The
motion was overruled by the court, and
the defect in paper remedied. Then At.
torney Carlisle wanted to wave examina-
tion for his client, but to this Attorney
Broome objected-declaring that the-
State had a right to introduce its testi-


I loumer .ove (of Newtown was ill the
city yesterday.
"Mrs, C. H. Reeves of High Spsilngs
was, in Gainesville yesterday.
Col. IIt S. Chubb has retmrnet from a
business trip in South Florida.
20 Cenlts day saved will grow to
$(;Ia0 in 8no0 moutls. Soe Moyerso .
11. J.V elbort, formerly of Rocky
Point, has removed to Gainesville.
W, P. Lee, the cross tie contractor, of
Sauderson, is visiting his fatuily in this
city.
The Boardof Con tlyComnumissioners.atid
the County School Board are in sessiqtn
here today.
Capt. J. P. Whilden of Clark was
amtonag the business visitors to Gaines-
ville Sattirday.
Tle dry majority in Jackson county
last weekA was nearly 5oo,. Now Its llup to
3yon, Columbia,
Miss Susie I'hillips, a charting young
lady of Itrooksville, is the guest of.
friends in tile city.
lIou. P. M. Colson has returned from
eli extendLeil business trip to different
msctilns of thle State,
'Mrs. F. Vision and daughters have re-
tuirned to the city, alter several months
spent in the North.
Mrs. J. S. Bodiford aund sons, 'Truhart
andl Jamies, have returned front a pleasant
outi ng at Seabree'ze,
h136iatrd Carpenter returned Saturday
from a inltoth's sojouru n along frieudl
it Lial ayette conn!ty.
Mr. and Mrse. F. 1. IHale and little
daughter were in the city yesterday from;
their home at Rocliellp.
Gen. C. A. Gilchrist 6f Wade passed
tLirough the city yesterday etm route
ho0neim ftout pIoints South.
Miss Ilel Shelton, after a visit to rela-
tives in this city, returned to her home
in High Springs yesterday.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposes, 15 cts. a hundred or 35 tor 5
cts., at T'ilt STAR otlicer
Miss Ethel Holloway has returned
from Windsor, where she was the guest
of Miss Willie Dulnn for a few clays.
Samiuel and F. A. Teague, two of
Ocealit' most pronsitent citiZens, were
hbainc s visitors to the city yesterday.
Iton'lt Worry. The town Is dry, hut
plant that 20 vents a day with Mdyor
mHIl waItch it irow to $720 Ian 80 imontohn.
C. 11. Crismant one of The Stnara best
bicanuopy fi;ends and supporters, is in
the city today, and paid us a pleasant
call.
)rresh meats, groceries and vegetables
Call, send tie your orders or 'phone for
what you want. J, G. Harrol, '1honce
No. 25.
Prof. J. G. Kellum of Alachua is ill
tie city. lie has recently returned from
Indl[tii, where he better prepared him--
sel.f for teaching.
If it is job printing you want just send
your order to tthe btar. It will 'have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will.suit you. tf
Ilon. T. J. McRae of Hawthorn was
aninrag the business visitors to the city
yesterday, and while Ilere lie paid our
sanctum a pleasant call.
Giddings' Hlair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. i. oiddings, c.aines.
ville, and the Postoffice Drug btore, tligh
Sprigs, IPla.
Pev. W. F]. Iarron of GGatltieville rs
atopp(jtg ini town for a few days ont his
return frott having officiated at the Hart-
iman-Roberson wedding west of the city
a few days ago.--Orlando Star,
For a -few days old newspapers, suita-
able for wrapping purposes, can be had
at Tlun S'TA.H opffce for '1o cuts a hun,
dred. Forty-five papeC r for 5 cts,


Miss Susie Rice of High Springs iC-
turned home yesterday, after visiting
friends in this city.,
The suntuter season is aboIt over, arid
Gainesville has had but little sickness of
a stubborn nature. It can not be said
that the streets and alleys have been kept
scrupulously clean so it must be admitted
that we have a healthy town.
Have you tried Giddings' .ait Grower?
Others have tried it and'i ronoutued .it
good. For sale atS I. JI. iddings" Dl)rg
Store, .aitiesville, and Postoflice l)rug
Store, lligh Springs
Geo. W. Huiaterlitt, a pr lilneut )busi
ness uumn of High Sprilngs, has crturinel
from a pleasant outing ill North Ga., anl
writing to the editor to have his paper
changed back to High Springs he says:
"I had a grand time up there."
Mayor W. R. Thomas returned yester-
day from New York, where lie speut It
mnlonth in the interest, of his health, and
his many friends will be pleased to know
that his cetarrathal trouble is giving hitl
tluch less trouble than when he went
away.
Senator N. A. Iltitch, of Monthrook,
],evy coniltv, \\;as l1 n t'retCablie tllier iat
Tlie Star ofthrc S.i ttlrdav. Soetot r Illitch
is one o f.levy co uinty's leadliimi riti/'cls;
has beeu representing the county Il tle
State Senate for years, atid is one Seniiator
who is a crelitt to lis county atil Stale.
lianager Riles of thlle tainesv.ille Plan-
ing adl C down to business. \'Work oiln buildings
has I)eti l bgitn and muachitery is arriv-
ing. Mr. Riltes and his associates alte
hustlers, and Gainesville is to he coln-
gratuilated on securing the enterprise ,of
which they are at the head.
Rev. WV.J. Carpenter returned iatutr-
day afternoon firomat LIayette county,
where e had been and delivered a .series
of lectures 14t the interest of a temperance
campaign ll that county, Hle returned
home ill, and had a severe chill Saturday
evening, from the effects of which he
has aince been confined to his room.
Col, M. .Guillians, well and favorably
known as the superintendent of the East
Florida Seminary at (rHineasville, indtil for
many years prilicipal Iof the Jusper
Normal Institute, was in town Friday
and paid us art appreciated visit, lie
was on his why to ltis old houite in hlli
ana to lake a three weeks' visit.-.-White
Springs lHerald.
J. MI Htall htls relurnied from Saldtlfl,
N. C., and Winrm Springs, Va., where,
with his: family he Hpent a month very
pleasantly. -litsiness forced Mr. llaile
to come sooner than he wished to cole.
Mrs. tiaile and the children are still ini
North Carolina, 1d will remain for a
week or'so yet. 3M.r. IlAile says while ihe
was up there the weather wa-oo cool tliat
light overcoats were often tteelded..



E. E, VOYLE

FIRE, BONi AND ACCIDENT WSURANCE
Rlepresentiti a numbneir of prom.
inolnt American ant d EngHilith (cin


Abstract and Realiy ompan,
(Intorpormtted)
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Glet all abstract of title (i land I)h-
fore buying. After payltig the pur-
chase nimocy there is oftei tit ro(ireess
for tax sales nmid utmnan'iciled mo:t.-
gages.

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Fotografs.



1 I am overstocked in several grades of
rno0unts, from card to 8 x io size. As I don't
Sell miounts without photos on them I 1wil
Slake photos on these grades at a reduced
price while the stock lasts.

T They are all new, this year's designs,
I and of good qtiulity-I use no other kind.
S There will -be no reduction in the qual-
Sity of the photos. All will be PINI PADELESS



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Whell you go to Stithif 0
for Photographs, If you will
tell him you saw his a tver-
tiHetcutit in The Oallneevllle
TwIce-A-Week Star, we :
will appreciate it, and. he will
Sacerainly treat you right.
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or patridge. It shall be unlawf-l for tleli ai ies.ville, Fla., postoffice August 29, mony while the witnesses were preCent. Mrs. A. Ireniter and daughter have "- aLUaAU5UU--a,"a Ap i V cn
any person to entrap any quail, except o0i, qo. I'er-ons calling for same should The court ruled in favor of Mr. IBroonie, gone it, Jacksonvllle, where they will writer for $60. i of hair w
mis own enclosed, cultivated premise. say a'lvertisel. and give date. One cent and then Mr. Carlisle asked that the case join Mr. llretizer, husband andl father, (uarateed for one year. Sold ,ti for lifie-n
Any person or persons, corporation, aso is duhe .on each letter advertised, be postponed until Wednesday at 9.30 a. who lias been there several months,'ire- monthly payments at a slight advance i
ciation or company v:olating an) of the .l Ds. nl., in order that the accused night se. preparing to make hIis home there. to responsible urties. Ty write
provions of ion Ca...e Be, Mi array Care, re witnesses. This request wos grant. FO RNT.- Three large cool s l Ribbons for varloui machines.
provisions of this secwioa, shall over in colltm insltsa...e Ilellm, blnismiLarryelare, tar ig0ht o15 c g it
eviction thereof, be punished by it fine of *,liss Willie Carrell, Mrs. Gertruyde ed and Ilall was bound over in the ns l unfunisIedr for light housekeeping witllh .i,,ef F
not leests than twenty-five p ,, ,t or t io Vll, os erl'ralln. bli l of t0o5 to appear before Judge Colmnan privilege of llbath, ill 20 feet of public DCTll, DWELLING D .''.,
not less than twenty-five dollar, or okn, Miss Rossie Franklin, Mis N. We ay rin at :3 o'clock ol Mrs R W. all 700 Orange EAL ESATE, DELLINGS AD
imprisoned in the county jail not exceed I1. ilaroi, Miss Allis Johnson, Mlrs. l undertake to i Street. H. .W. sll, 7 o.ne L D N AD
ing sixty days or less tlan tlhirtv days. la,ut Jo.nes, Miss Anna Mitchell, Mrs. who know nothing of e afair-as it Mi ch who ls LAND FOR SALE I' rall a
Section 4. That any person or persons, story Mhiclirt, Nrs. Rena Medlock, Mrs. gen y y de n e.n s ,li the summer in New ork, "]te Oh F
film or coliration,'who shall blip all) Sarah I'-les, Mrs. Corall Patter, gMrs. wil erday and will resuuie her wh1 stinl
deer, deer hide or hides, venison, ild I.nean RKol)ets, rs. 'ornealier Richard-uch cases-he w pra a ,, e sterd d wl GAINHlVILLE, FIA. y that
snag, amd such witnesses may get them. Iiiiio as operator of the linotype tha- tP11l
turkey, quail or partildge beyond the son, ~ m.si Ola Slnmons, Miss Josmie Sim- trouble, a olican rom ci fr the Hill tng Co. toy. whonml lie
limits of the county in hihi the ie innim.rs. Singletar, Miss Acro elves trouble, a olicean Cro l ie the l Printing Co, today titt
hneso the county hcb the te ,. Mr.... gerMsAro well was thoughtful enough to make a If your hair Is becoming thin try Gid- tl m ever
were killed,shall upon conviction thereof, Tooks, Mrl. Rud Wain, Mrs. Lillian t o dngi U laraleled ever grower For
list ot the names of all persons wgo were aing on -ral eleled Ilatr Grower. r or 1`0 0t
be deemed guilty of a misdenteanor, and VWraiglh. present, r n.er enough to e able to* sale by Dr. 8. I. ciddings, Gaineeville, The STAR is $1 a l'iows
present, or neor stoulc to ele able to e1gb S AmiusL ita
shall be punished as prescribed inli ectiuon (,~-NTEMN. know h he tl and the lostoffice Dug tn ore, High Wd it, an
i of this act. Any common cartier, or'
I of thi act. Any comoJack Allen, George Anderson, But we when aa's oese l as un ttd and City Cousellman 0. ik, Brroone ret.tin i or
anyagentr employee of such common ie Denron J. Taylor Hamil- two other responsible white men can ts ed yesterday from New York, where hnq rlhil 12t(i
carrier, who shall permit the carriage of toll, 1. W. Jackson. Sollmond Jerrist, tify totlhe samefractatlat The policeman I efelw e^ ork, Vtf> -
any such deer, deer hide or hides, v teni- to J lt. Jackson. reohnond rrst, tito t same facts that the policelman weilt a few weeks ago on business am l ear.
son, wild turkey, quail or partride h' i.. by lnrgis, Jim.rillis,. A. Willi for pleasure- Mrs* Broome and daught. N-t IY
any such common carrier across any r. weis Woo ward, J. A Notice of Teacher's Examination er, Mis Sallie who went with him, will t arg
county line in this State, shall be deemed \iVier eginning on Tuesday, Septemer th, r r ater.
guilty of a miadeamor, and upou couvic- G. J. AINow, 1'. M. 1903, at eight o'clock a. m., and continue ,y be asou bty ubrella of us you G
o there, shall obe puisahedrl pro- i d, in for roun days. an ezaminatou of ap. what we say yo get. We stand back of
acribed in section i of this act. Provided, For Sheriff. picanta for Teachers Certificates will be every article which goes out of our store. RIN GS'
hunters or hunting parties may take heir I To the Voters of Alachua County: held in Gainesville, Fla. L. C. Smith. Yo,
game home with then in this State, but'Ihrynucm eaadaegs
game home with them hereby announce myself a candidate The examination of the white appli. Sunday was "Sunday' in Gaineaville Vgetahles, and ii fact all
action 5. That until January ro action of the ofnext Democratic primff, ject to the cants w be conducted in the Academic Judge Colman's order to close fruit stand kinds of Cotntry ro-
it shall be ula.wful for any person to kill If elected, I promise to discharge e Hall of East Florida Sminary, anl that and cold drink places was obeyed by all, duce.
Suties of the oice to the very bet of my of the colored in Union Academny. an no one r ff finncall E
more than ve deer during y one year. ability, and I solicit the support of ll An examination fee of .oo will e on s wo o ly or


byhLbe punished ba fn Fit 7 aug 4t Co. supt. PuI. Iust. Mr. Cumtmer, of the Cummer Lumber try-Produce. anld Sell as Sul
of, shal be punished by a fine of fifty ---- Company, Jacksonville, was the guest of 'Cheap as the Che apest.
dollars for each deer over five so killed, Mr. W. R. Steckert, this city, a few days
or be inprisind in the county jail not THE EQITALE UF Gide' npa ed Hair Grower C Copn own A O
Is" thn rsd days. t y o Assurame 8oiety of the is all that ts n e Impiles. It cures ago. The Cummer Company own
taion ixty days non-. den of U ed Statesl dandruff sto falling har and produced large amount of land and tmber in this L
6. That all non-resIdents new lr. t is an xcllenhairdresser. and adjoini counties Us when you 'want S-
.the e, before innting for the pupose "STRONO sTt N THES WORLD.' For sle at 8. B. OMld a Drug '" tore
f any wild gane in this State T.ha.. A It Ilpua sars, ,li, ; o If youbc know pmt hand n wich pe and ancy Grocr ies.
salpl 1 to the clerk of the. crcmuit '410denvuiil Ea.,0uhSine on mnkl like to am. tist sparkle of a W~iv U a Trial.
sn th~ a the sAid rn-resident Joinm Ws faie de d taot We
; o upoann payment =MNAIg the I" G-AINBOVILLE GROCIERY. -"'

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'ope, late a nt erchatnt of High
arrived in the city yesterday,
i take Gainesville hsl future
leaving asIociated hitlinelf in
with thI. Ohaijieuville Grocery
. Mr. l',ope'st family will arrive
e next few days.
rosaries of all sorts are happily
orated by a gift of silver. We
inititi of beautiful tnd useful ar-
both i terling and long-wearinig
. C. Smith.

HAIR GROWER.
irooklyn N. Y, April 2t, 99
(IddlungHs,
Il)ett Sir
S'ki'(lly iltfornm ne by return
m carr vend. your fifty cent bot,
air Grower the Unparalleled
ark) and If so I will send you
ote for tie samste. Please hi.a
the amoutit of postrage it Ct

in lflorlia thel winter of 1897
used live bottles of the twenty.
size nsil produced a nice growth
here im Ilnl been entirely bald
I vY aul, aitid now I would like to
: more if I can get it.
Youss truly,
J. I AYNEK, 59 Illaks St.
'loriin, )
f Alailini, -
lnieaville. )
lly appeared before the sib-
Notary Iy'ubllc. In andi for the
'lorldu, at large, IIt. G(tldingsa
ghduly, sworn ly e ile lelan,8 and
thll! IlIJve telitnoniia wan senit
y matMll Iy J. W. I hynesM, a muan
hail never heen ',r heardi of,
lie hanil nos kiicwl dge of the
lhavinig itsed ,r ;procured the
led Iluir I rt wer, dtl a far as
nmo ome had iullllnu,.-enl him to
ind that the mIIIIII Ila never re-
ythihli for ncidiiiin It.
tlo andl stlllmteril.,I before me
day of Novelmr,'r A.. 19oi.
H. I. ;t ,in l,'l t Mi. 1).
.1. M. It ut n!ts,
l'ublh, lor th.- -'"st t of llorlda





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MASTER'S SAALB.
Under and by virtue of i final decree
of foreclosure made and rendered pn the
9 (l day of July, A. D. 1903, by the
on, J. T, Wills. Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the
State of Florida, In a certain cause therein
iiuding iu chancery of said court, where-
in Mary Gordon was complainant, ad :
Janies P. llrooker, Victoria F. Brooer
andoseph La ndrum were defendants.
I, W. Broome, as special master in :.,
chancery, duly appointed aa such by the
said court, will nell at public auction be-
fore the court house door in the
city of Galneiville, Florida, on Monday,
the 7th day of September, A. D. 9o -,
tween the legal hours of sale, all that cer-
tain lot, piece or parcel of land situated,
lynlg and being in the county of Ala hua,
State of Florida, described as the north
half of the northeast quarter and the
north-eaSt quarter of the north-weat
quarter of section two, township ten.
south, range twenty-two east, except
to acres hetofold old to John Han,
also forty acres sold to Peter Sylveter1
together with all and singular the taer
tmeuata heedltaments and appurtenautee
to tihe sane, belonging or in anywlMsef
pertaining.
Said property to be sold to satisfy and
pay said decree fees and costa.
W. a. BJtooMu,
Special Mauter.
CII RzI|rO1PHIl A MATHIIOW
Solicitor for Complainant.

MASTBIR'S 6ALU.
Under and by virtue of a final decree
made and rendered by lion. W. A. Jook-
er, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
Court of Florida, in and for Alaeht
county, in chancery sitting on the lSt)
day of June, A. D. 19p1, wherein C. W .
lauknlght Is comlplainaut and John 17: .
Henry and Jullsa McHenry are det-
dants, in a certain cause therein p.naditi
I, L. J. Clyatt. as special aer in bmsu.
cery, by appointment of the. Cut, will
ell at publ auction, afo oeho the
court house door iqr the city of Oaines.
ville, State of Flod on Monday, the
7th day of eptmbr, 13, durtlg th
legal hours of ufidall tha trct ort o! ei
of land, situate, lying and being t he
county of Alcihui, State of FloiIa and
more particularly described as ftlfowa
Southwest quarter (a w ) of south-east
quarter ( e ) of section thirty-two (32)
In township kline (9), south of rMXS6
eighteen ( east, containing orty (4ao ,.
acres of ll more or les.
Together with ail and singular the tert. '
wenent, hareditaments and apparent 'ta -
aneus to the ame belonging or inh a .,
wiae appertaining.
aitr rope tyi to be sold as th
erty of lhesMld John McHenry
MeHeary' t satisfy and pay id
fees and costs.
C. C. TtomAs,
Solicitor for Complanant.
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OUR CONSUL SLAIN L TRAIN L ATOMS. TAFT AND WRIGHT
SIneurgents In Macedenli Resort to
Dastardly Plan of Warfare-Seven
William Magelssen at Beirut, Killed and Fifteen Hurt. Named for Promotion Anent
Syria, Assassinated. Advice from Soia, Bulgaria, state Vacancy in Cabinet.
S ----that'an eastbound express, train from
PRESIDENT IS ADVISED U lndapcit for Conerantinople wFICE
PRESIDENT ADb n up near .uleall Bargas, about ROOT VACATES OFFICE
-- 26 miles south of Adrianople, early
European Squadron, Under Command Thursday morning, killing seven per- Reslgnatlon Was Placed in Preldent's
o A C Isons and inJurlng fifteen. Resignation Was Placed in presidente
S of Rear Admiral Cotton, is Or. boaedmlto bombs were used, Every Hands August 19th-WIII Noml.
dared to Scene to demand ar was smashed. Apparently the out- nally Hold, However, Un.
Reoaration from Turkey, rage was the Work of revolUtionlaLe til January est.


T,, he state department recOlved a ta-
llegram from Minitter I.e'lshman.
at Constantinople, tniorinnilhg t lit
William 0. MhaglsBac-ri, Irnlitd States
vice consul at neirnlr Syria, was Rs-
aaasinated while riding In a carriage.
The Amerlran minlfier Immedlataly
roubht the crime to Iho attention of
the government andi demanded actltin
by Turkey. i
Acting Secretary L.oomls cablied
Minister Leishchman instrucling him
to demand the Immediato arrest and
punishment of the persons guilty ot
the murder. No demand for money in-
demnity for the man's family has >et
been made, hbu that probably wtli tol.
low. Magolssen was a native Amerl-
S can aa was appointed from Minne-
sota,
!Uagoleson, who Is a Srandinavlnn.
'was appointed vice co(nsul ar lc lreit,
September 20. i199,. by Consil GClbritel
Ble Rayndal, who is ol the saine na.-
tlo0allty. At Ihe time or his appoliut-
ment as vice co.eans lo was a rcon u-
lar olerk In Tiurr-ky. Magolssen was
,appointed on Ihoe reomnionidatlon of
Senator Nolson, of Minnesota, who
'' ay he was the son of a prominent
IduLtberan minister. He was born at
Bratsburg, Frebhorn county, Minne-
"i esqta.
S Minister I.elschlnii's cablegram
stated that the assassination occurred
i S unday, the minister heing Informed
S of the crime by Consul Iayndal. The
consul stated that the murderer was
'. O nut seen and le not known.
S Tho announcement of the assassIl't
.), alon of the American vice consul fol-
lowing so closely upon tho nasassina.
i. e ti n of a Rusesan consul In Turkov
created strong comment In official cir-
a,1lea and the suggestlor was made that
uh', u frequent assassinations Indicate
S a very disturbed condition of affairs
i(;,' the Turkish dominion. Minister
S-..elechman gave no particulars of 'ho
,Csasalnatlon and the stato depart-
m'ent has no Informatlon as to the
eltuse of the murder.
S Beirut Is a city on the eastern
sTore of the Medlttorrancan sea and as
a place of considerable commercial
Importance,
Squadron Ordered to Beirut.
President Roousvelt Thursday Is-
S ued orders that tile Ameriran ui o-
pean squadron, trainer comrind nn of
Rear Admiral Cotton, should proceed
at once to Belrui, In order to be in
S readiness to sillrport any demand that
the United Btates may make on ac-
count of the nHaanslnailon.
The president Is In (lose romminl-
cation with the department a' Wash-
Ington, and will be kept fully advised
Of the details of the Incident as they
are ascertained.
In the absence of definito Intormn-
t.on concerning the Raassanallon of
the vic consul, the president will take
S no decided action beyond that already
taken In orderlug t ll ICuropean squaid-
ron to Belrut. Until he crrcuml.
stances of the nurnidr are known ofll-
ally and prermsely tlio Uilteil Statos.
It is said, will not take any drastic ac-
tlon. A dmandi tlini ofllcers from the
United States be arfordeod protection
for their lives aml property will be
made and the Turklih governnmort
w be hold responsible for tho means.
a atlon of Vice Consiil Magelsaon.
S whatever may be the clrcumslances of
thie case.

A dispatch from St. Paul. Minn.,
S saye: William Magolsacn, vio c on-
11 anul at Beirut, Flyria. ~,)ro was i ssna-
an'Bted Sunday, Is a yoinig iarlnni d.
a law partner of Conrtiil ltayndal, who)
appoinlod hin vice cnnstal. Consuli
S Rayndal is from Norlh )aktota. Mn-
4, 1 g9elsBn was allpoit edI from Irreoobi,n
bounty, Minnesota, about two years
ago'

SWORE TIME FOR CAWTHORNE.

Condemned Man's Attorney Secures
S tay of Execution at Last Moment.
Robert Cawilthini, II,. alleged de-
S troyor of two it ioin oit lives by p .i-
; on was to have (ll.l orn hre galIIows
at E]astman, Oa., last \V'-.ird:lnayv. I't
by hard work one of the ,uiitII !'or
the defendant corrected thio lill f ., ..
h' copttons and presonlted I IIo the i~iir
within the time limit, whcri-lupon ri
was certified by JuIdgo Robeor, in,l
thus bcts as a SRIt)PrBseteas.
'; Ciwthorn \wans trid and convicted
a few weeks i.1 orf htrling poisonr.d
^ Richard Tu'ker ne- ,ll,,'pl motive
',, being affection fiNr n,, i t1 'S wifo.

.; FUSION I\ NEBRASKA.


S Democrata and Populiots Once More
Join Issues Politlcaly.
T: he Nebraska ilominu'r,l- -i, un.
mention was called to on,'i,. ;,i ,,Ii.n
bus Tuesday night.
S The most Important action initlrn Iy
the convention was a decision in Inil
Isanut with the popullts In both the
state and national campaigns.
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who traveled on the train.
The bomb which wrecked the train
was throws by a third-class passer- A pocclal dispatch from Oyster Bay
gcr who was In the buffet car. One y says: Goneral Luke B. Wright, of
two cars were destroyed. The dead Memphis, Tenn., w.vill succeed Judge
Include two Mussulman women, two Taft as governor general of the Phil-
ohildren and tnrtse trainmen. ipplnes when the latter becomes see-
The continued absence of news from rotary of war next January, In succes-
the interior of Macedonia, where Is a p lon to Ellhu Root.
widespread Interruptlon of telegraph- President Roosevelt Tuesday after-
ec Comminicaiin is causing much un- noon authorized the Associated Press
easiness to Tnirkish cfclat In ofia, to make the announcement that the
and much unrest among the public. port had been offered to General
The diflclr;Itcir of getting anything Wright and that he had accepted it.
but rumors from the interior of Tur- onera.l Wright is now a member of
key or any olhcr part of the country the Philippines commission and vice
are very great. When a correspond, governor of the Islands. He is a :"fe
ent finally Rncceeds in getting through, long democrat.
the difmulillos have only commenced. President Roosevelt spoke In terms
He is not allowed to move without an of high praise of General Wright's
escort, wlilch carefully prevents him abilliy and fitness for the position of
soolng or 'hearing anything. The cor- governor general le entertains a
respondents who went to Monaslir sincere regard for him both porsonAl-
during thet tr'jbles earlier in the ly rid officially. Both the president
year were surrounded by a guard and Recretary Root regard General
which, under the guise of hospitaullty rIght as a man of proved executive
and care for their safety, prevnteod ability, his services as a member cf
them getting near the nghtln or o the Philippines commission having
er newsy Incldenas-in h.tort. pra'l- been of a distinguished character.
Call kopt them prisonr. Tle tele-.During Governor Taft's sojourn In this
graph wires, of course, are not open r Ge acting
to correspcndents except for news sat- country General Wright was act
Isfactory to the Turks. Letters aro the office was asorce of contract o
opened and suppressed If considered n to the administration.
tion to the adminlstratIon.
nundesiralibe. General Wright is popular not only
MINISTERS SCORE ROOSBVELT. with Americans In the Philippines, but
MINITERalso with tOhe FIllpinos, who ho)ld nim
Protest Against t Message of C. only second in their estimation to
Protest Againet that Massage of CO. Governor Talt.
dolenoe on Pope's Death. Secretary Root, under date of Au-
The Now York and New England gun-'. 19, presented his reslgnation tor-
mlnistorlal conference of the Evangel- maIry to the president. Tho reslgna-
leal Lutheran synod of Missourl, Olhio tion was accepted by the president
and other states, In session in Ull.:, with the understanding that Mr. Reot
N. Y., Thursday adopted resolutions continue as secretary or war at least
saying that- until' the first of January next.
"Whereas, The letter ol the cons'.- I'iesldent Roosevelt Tuesday nu-
tutlon of Lhe United States demands a thor's:ed the following statement:
separation of church and state, anI "The president some montlis ago
the principles always upheld by tlie tendered the secretaryship of war to
Roman papacy are diametrlcnlly op- Juu'ge Taft and at that time t. was
posed to our governmental prinalples; arrnuiged that lie would succeed Score-
and, tary Root. Socrotary Root will go out
"Whereas, It is clear that the prels- of tfiTce some time In January and
(lent and other officials In sending con- Judge Taft will assume the dtilos of
dolonces to the papul secretary of the office shortly Afterward."
state on the death of Leo XIII, paying The president alan authorized 'hO
their respects, have taken It upon publication of the correosponece be-
thnmseolves without any aunhorizatlon tween him and Secretary Root con-
of this country, without ulstlnctlon of cerning the latter's resignation. liI
confession, and have thereby actually his lolter of resignation Mr. Root says
denied the governmental principles he wvisea to retire to private life and
for which the fathers of ourt country tIinlk his resignation shnild be In 'lio
bled and died, have abused their nf- president's hands before hiis depart-
fice and violated the trust and coun- ure for England to allntil the fessioiin
done reposed In them by the people; of the: Alaskan bnindary commission.
therefore, be it Mr Root concludes:
"Resolved, 'ibat we, satisfied that "f shall carry wilh me unabated loy-
i tills' we are voicing the sentimuei alty lo your adminrlsiratio, confidence
of all loyal Americans, do most our- In tho sound connervatlnm aud pailrl-
nosily and emphatically profloIt otic unselllshnoss of your pollry ni.d
against any action taken by the presi- ondi.ring gratittdle for the kindness
(lent and other public officials with a.id consideration with which yonr
reference to the demise of theo Ino fr.endslhip has honored me."
pope, whereby they accorded oell,Ti 'To this loiter the president repll.'d
recognition of the papacy.' at length, saying In part:
Copies of Ihnso resolutions, signed "It Is hard Indeed for me to acc.'pt
by the committee, were sent to Preo- your resignation, nnd i? lo so not only
dent. Roosevelt and to Secroeary Iluy. with kenn personal regrer, hult with a
livoe-: understondlng of the gap yo.ir
FOURTH RACE A FLUKE, withdrawal will creono In puiill life.
-- My sense of Iporeonal loss Is very
Dearth of Wind Forestalls Contest Be- great and yet my sense (of the loss to
tween Reliance and Shamrock. the nation as a whole, s even greater.
Wlih Reliance tlss than a third of a You have been over foIlu years secret.
iille front the finish and Shamrocv tary of war. I wonder If you yourself
III hull down on tie Hlorizon, fully two rcal!zr how much you have accomni
miles astern of the defender the pllshiod during that period.
fourth race of the present serelo for "Your duties have Included more
the Amerlta's cup was declared off tha' merely the adm!nistiatilo of the
Thursday because of. the expiration of department and reorganization of !he
the Ilmo linit of five hours and thlriy army on an offecilve basis. You have
minutes. also been the head of the department
------- whl,'h dealt with the dellcao prolcrm's
Rich Gold Find in Mexico. Involved In our possession of the Phil.
A dispatch from Oaxaca City, Mei- lpplito Islands, and your ssucceq In
Ice, says: Exclitment Is at fever heat dealing with this part of the oWork has
over the flndingi of a wonderfully rich boe:i as signal' as your success in doel-
gold deposit at EJutla. Ing with th(] purely military problem.,

TO EXTERMINATE BULGARIANS IN THE INTEREST OF PEACE.

Is Decree of the "Unspeakable Turk." Negroes Want White Men, Convicted
Utmost Limit Reached, of Peonage, Pardoned.
Advices of Wednesday from Sofia. Judge Thomas 0. .Ionos. of the Ur.l-
Dulgarla, state that the Turks' repros- ted States court at Montgomery,. Ala.,
slvo measures in Macedonia have received a peotLion Thursday ulightdl
reached the utmost limits of barbar,- iy several hundred negroes of Coosa
Ism and it is evident that it is tho tn. and Tallapoosa counties asking him
tention to accomplish by degrees the to supond the sentences of George
total extirpation of the Dulgarila and llurancos Cosby, who plead.el
population. guilty to holding negroes In a condil
Within the last few days Iwelve ilon of peonage.
nire Christian villages hlnvr Ibeen The petition states that these cases
handed over to fire and sword, and the have cau:scd a bitter feellig between
wonrmen, children and the aged have the two races, and that the Cosbya are
,'en massacred indlacrlminatcly. good citllnsa of the commtinlty.

ELDER TAKEN FOR VAGRANT. CALEB POWERS ON STAND.
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Colored Preacher Bound Over Under
the New Georgia Law.
At Ocillla, Ga.. Judge Htfleniersinn
Iiund over five uegroes crlargedn "l,h
vagrancy uaner the new Calvin law.
Among them was a negro preacher,
who produiwtl his papers showing that
ob wnA a preilding elder of the Metho.
'list churchh He claimed that he had
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"""M 'wo cl Cmrcheme under ble cobargo.

COL ORAckijt, ro%


IL MEN MEET. 1"'---MIAr~ TO RNIEI NSIDEnR.
''!d enPdent Owne rs in Georgia Merge Senate to Resuma Conslderation of
I. -1' l rests at secret Gathering. the Subject of Canal Treaty.
.. 1i lindepenrdetnl c,,,trn seed oil Unometial, but what la considered
BaI 61mnera of o;G-firgli aim.nod in entirely reliable Information, has been
. MUSabO i flednesday uctrn,,I n anl o received by Ir. Herran, the Colombian
f:ore A.i ournmeot bad bwvu acck,. charge d'alalrea I|1 Waslngtatn. Indt-
plslhed 4ate. comblno was lanm, li eating an Intention on the part of the
UpoU tbh qIt lal sua of tie Colombian senate to reaslne conilder-
outh. at ion of the subject ot a Pau"pma canal
It was with tbt.r*aapt secrecy-a.ni treay n place of the one didapproved
e.e 'thei deliboera l Idepeod. by that body ot thl th1 Ilatumt Thi


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Corpses Left Lying In the Streets of
Krusclevo are Gn-awed by Dogs.
Me.nalsilr, EIuropeun Turkey, TuRs-
day, AIgustK 25. The once beautiful
city of Krusc:hcvo Is a heap of ruuin
The tnomn aind children are homelonrs,
exposed to the weather and famlue.
The town is rendered unlnlrabitable by
Iheo ndor of corpses. whicli are being
gnawed by clogR and pigs. The Turn.
Islh atilboritios are refuiang to alloJw
then to Ibe remove under the pretext
tlat an Inqniest will be hold.

NEW DUTY FOR BAGGAGEMEN.

In Special Cases They are Authorized
to Act as Regular Mail Clerks.
Postmaster Gene-rnl Payno'lssued a
formal order Tiucsaly anthorlzing the
delivery of iinpoiirhed newspaper mall
iby baggage masters. The regunlalon
is made by amending the postal lawa
and regulations ,

MAJOR SMITH LAID TO REST.

Mortal Remains of "Bill Arp" Con.
signed to Last Resting Place.
Tie funeornl of Major Charles 11.
Smilh (Hill Arpl) took place from the
FireI Hresbyterlnl: rhitrtch In Carters
ville Ga., Wednesday morning, _on-
ducted by Rev II C. White. pastor ',I
the church, assisted by Rev. Sam P
JoneB, the well known evangellet.
Pursuant to hle wish of Ihe family,
In keeping with Major Smith's vleoA
of life, there was nothing of an oston
tatkiusa itarie. hul the fentral was a
slmrlo home affair.
'nny b'autlful loral offerings we;.e
recei% eld,


Total output ...........$73.606,252

ocution, Archie Covlnglon will hang
irom the gallows In the county jail tt
Jacksonville on September 11. Cov-
Ington has been convicted of the mur
,:ir of Jim Williams on August 12,
1900, at a turpentine camp about ten
miles west of Jacksonville. Belle, the
wife of Williams, was also indlctte at
the same time as CovlngtTon, and was
sent to the state penitentiary for life.
The jury which was drawn to decide
the cause of Williams' death brought
In a verdict in the case of Covlngto'
as guilty of murder In the first de-
gree. In the case of the woman, she
was also found guilty of murder In the
tret degree, but the jury made a rec-
ommendation for mercy of the court.

Information has been revolved it
F'orts Barrancas, MeRea and Pickens,
tuint Capt. A. W. Chase, who has been
in command of the artillery district
since the departure of Col. S. M. Mills,
w!'l shortly be relieved of commanJ
by Col. Asher C. Taylor, now the com-
manding officer of Fort Screven, Ga.
Colonel Taylor is a widely known
olicer.

At Punta Gorda, last Saturday
morning, E. E. Williams was shot
and killed by E. B. Polk. Both were
p:omlnent men. Deputy Marshal
Nick Langford attempted to arrest
Marion J. Walker, who was intoxi-
cated and resisted arrest. Williams,
who was assisting the deputy marshal,
struck Walker with a club, when Polk.
who was with Walker, shot him
through the right breast. Polk was
arrested and locked up In jail.


SENATOR HANNA PROSTRATED. The board of commissioners of state


Declares He Had no Part in the As- tut s ha awarded the contra
sassinatlon of Goebel. Stomach Trouble and Intense Heat for the next two years for class A
At t KyT da ght orceHim to Take Hlo Bed. of state printing, embracing the legii-
A I( a Senator Ifauna wa taken udeonly lave printing. and all date print-
before an audience parking the Sc:>tt Ill while in hts e at a Clevelnu d. Ing except supreme court reports, to
county cour. house to the doors. Call, Ohib Ttesla. a a physi'in wo B. Hllson, of Tallahassee. The iten
Powers, on trial for the murder of caed rd l that he go n set forth In the bids were as follows:
Goebel. spoke for two hours in his was cnllced orderedl tlrat lie go to bids
eel. oke fr two hours n at once. I. B. Hilson, $9,69330; John C. Trice,
own defense, declaring hisnoc Mr. anna. the doctor slated, was $11,871.15. Class B, consisting of
of.tho charges against him and pleal. suffeTing frnm stomach trouble, and supreme court reports was awarded
nlg for his acquittal. this. together with the Intense het to Trice at 60 per page. Hilson a
p-ernlling, caused the trouble. bid for this was $1.50 per page.
SHAMROCK DOES SOME BETTER.
--- SOUNDS LIKE "FISH" STORY. YOUNG GORMAN FOR SENATE
Lipton's Boat Was Beaten Only by
Close Margin In Second Race. Drove of Blackbirds Assist Farmers In Son Begina Political Career Whern
Foi the second time Reliance do Annihilating Caterpillari. His Noted Father Started Out.
rated Shamrock III Tuesday, winning According to report. countless th,)t- Coloel'A. P. German, Jr., the oal3
the race by the close strgln of I mtal anftids of black birds suddenly appear- O .of United States Senator A, P.
uko and 19 seconds, For more than Ing in groat droves settled upon th norm was nominated by the How.
two hours the .abips were lost in Lbo cotten felds near Americus, Qa., Tues Grd county, Marylmad, democratle
hnza day morning and played havoc with oveon for the state sdeaoorate
Harr, as usual, got the start. of LOe the caterpillars. onventlon for the tate aeiate ar.
1trltlhh vessel, the Rallgula croalad. Th'e appearance of the blackbirds Ing won a decisive Victory over hJa
the startleting 1Ieno a t 1: ,nt_ itortijhed the [armui&a. as theae blhds opponents. Celomn Oormn l4 0 years
shamr1e'.tlru wit' oli'r ^ .: .ame .l tth i6.haot ad te f age and ba e a.lllo pOlua carer
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wILSONANSWERSBIOTLER

interesting Passage Between .Ex-ena Florida State News.
tor and Searetary of the Agrlul.-
tural Department.

A Washington special says: Fo er GOV. JannAlng AnnoWno' for Saslte. Encampment TGIe Draws Near.
en. Bu of oI Goverdor William 8, Jennlna au- The time for the state encampment
Senator M. 0. Butler, of Bouth Cnaro thorlses the annoiticement that he of the Florida State troops at JaokBon.
lna, in an interview published in New will be a candidate before the next ville, is drawing near, and the fficers
York Monday morning, take Secretary democratic primary election for the and oldlera of each company all over
of Agriculture Wilson to task for his nomination for United States senator. the state are making preparations to
recent. criticism of the men who are For a year or more there has been attend. The men are being drilleJ
rmaent critpulatingcsm o the present corner in general understanding, amounting hard, and each company will be pre-
he preset corer almost to certain knowledge, that at pared to make a creditable bowing
cotton. the proper time the governor would O toe parade grounds.-
He sya that Messrs. Brown and announce his purpokp to be a oandl- The camp grounds, near the Florida
Hayne. to whom Secretary Wilson re- date for the senatorhlip, and the Oatrich Farm, In East Jacksonville,
fers as gamblers, have done more foi newspapers of thee state have com- are ready, The water pipes are laid
the product of cotton td quite generally upon hi c- for bath, and to furnish water for the
mnthe producthee oa cotton in a few dlddoy. The governor has up to this men The buildings, Including the
months than the department of agrlcul time, however, refrained from making mea tents, are up. The camp is an
ture has done In ten years. au1y public statement for the reason excellent one, and the men will be as
Secretary Wilson, referring to the that he regards the proper and con- comfortable aas it s possible to make
criticism of Former Senator Butler, sclentlous discharge of his duties as them.
said: governor as a sacred obligation, which There are two regiments of Infan-
"I hope the business men. of whom must be made paramount to every try in the state and two batteries of
he speaks will see to It that these other consideration. He has firmly re- artillery, in all consisting Of twenty-
prices continue until the cotton grow. solved that nothing whatever shall in ,r companies. There will also be a
era seil the cotton crop. any wise Ipterfere with the duties of company of regulars, the Sixteenth
"lr that would be done I will take his present office, and It is only atar Infantry, from Fort McPherson, Ga.
off my hat to General Uutler and say laying the heaviest emphasis upon Al, companies in the state will be
to him that I regard him as a general that determination that he has au- r.opelled to attend the encampment,
public benefactor, who has been able tnorleed the formal announcement and no man will be excused unless
to see further ahead into the future taat he will be a candidate befo-e vry good reasons are assigned.
than we poor fellows of the depart the next democratic primary for the The governor and his general anwl
meat of agriculture. United States senatorship. personal staff will be present the
"Dut If, on the other hand, It should prshoal staff h enapmen. About
occur that the price of tot'fn Is drop- Wants Sabbath Laws Enforced wh mo untamed of tencampm wll on tbo
ped when the planter is ready to mar. The Pensacola Sunday League, re- thrty mounted h officer will furnish
ket his now crop down to 7 or 8 cenis, eettly organized, has sent letters to grounds and eac
instead of 12 or 15, then, of course, I the sheriff and mayor demanding rig- hi own horse or the troops have
shall htlll adhere to my opinion that id enforcement of the Sabbath observ- tiedy e for w raton rrded toohe AdJu-
the manipulation of the present cotton ance laws,,which have become gradi- already benforwar T de artment will
corner by tile gamblers of whom I ally relaxed since their temporary en- tant general f s part GeorMt w.
spoke is doing nfinite mischief." enforcement a month ago. The mayor Linch. brigade commissary on Oew-
replied that the laws were state stat- oeal Loverl' staff. ioo will attend to
CRUM WAS GOLD-BRICKED. utes, and that he had no authority for the feeding of the soldiers. Upon
S their enforcement. The sheriff the errevnl of the troops at Uh eap
Charleston's Colored Collector of Cus- freed to do anything In the matter h arrival of the troops at the camp
tome Coralledby Swindlers. unless those who called for the on- ground each companyls, food, etc, and
In addlLon to his various troubles enforcement of the laws would swear th"r quarltrmaster sergeant of each
as collector of the port ILa Charleston, out Warrants for the arrest of the of- company will commence Is work of
c-)mpany will comimence his work of
W. D. Crum has allowed the famoPs fenders. soipplylng the kitchen.
Daniels gang of New York operators
of 'goet rich quick" schemes to rooe Rumors of the construction of an To Test New License Law.
him In. electric street railway In St. Augustlie Attorney Bryan. of Jacksonville, a
Another Charleston victim is Alonrzo are again in the air. This time it Is fow ;ays ago In receipl o a telegram
C. Crnmbridg, (:olkroed, a cigar maker reported that Jacksonville capitalists feom a gtorney General J. B. We lt-
a.e after a franchise, and that app'i- from Attorney Gen ral J. B. Whit-
by is not known how much money cation will soon be made to the city eld asking him to represent ColleI-
ItisnotnoandCmbide eow council for the passage of an ordi- tor .1. F. Ociger aL Jacksonville !n
Crt m and Cnnibridge are out. of po.i nance and the granting of the fran- mandamus case to lest the constitu-
et, but the list uf victims in the pos- cie. The capitalists propose to bui tlonallty of the recent license law,
esson of the nsastant district aor- a belt line, running from the water- relative to the payment of licenses
ney of New York state, wno is pro e- works, On San Marco avenue, through under the new law.
cutli, the case against Daniels, in- the City Gates, down the bay to South The collector was directed by the
cludcb the names of Collector Cranm street, thence along Central avenue to comptroller some time ago to collect
and Cambridlg. King street, thence into Now Augus- licenPes from the 4th of August to
tine, the distance of two miles. If the October 1st of this year, for not loss
MOB MEMBER SENTENCED. right kind of proposition is presented than six months. In pursuance of this
r* will meet with favor by the city Inriructlon from the comptroller to
First Conviction Growing Out of the concll. the collector. Solicitor Bryan gave no-
Riots at Danville, Illinois. lice that he would file information's
Al Danville, Ill., Tuesday, Winfield A Year's Business in Florida. against those who failed to secure .1-
Baker, fnrmerly of the'mountalns of According to statistics gathered b:' rnsees on or before Monday, the
Kentucky. was convicted la tire elrcult t'' Times-Union, the following figures 17th day of August, Tuesday, the 18th
court of assault to murder SIbe;ff tsow a year's business In Florida in of Augirst. being plea day.
WhIllock. Fle was sentenced to a t;e lines mentioned: in consequence of this notice, a
term of from one to fonricon years, Frull crops ..............$ 2,884.109 number of people secured licenses, but
This Is the lir.l conviction and trial 1'tld crops ........ ...... 13,210.70(0 before the 17th Inst this mandamus
of a member of the mob that atlackd Vegetable crops ..........2,206,00) .::i, was brought to test the validily
the Danville -jull the latter part of l'oclc. poultry, etc. ........ 3,806,37 of eich a requirement, and Mr. Brv-
July, aftrr having lyincihd the negro, limberr and timber ...... 10.848.403 an hen said he would not proceed
Jamns Metcalf. and burnedl his body. O'gars and tobacco ...... 11,724.392 tttll the mandamus case was decided
'I r trial (of eight others accused oi Other manufackrres ...... 10,71,211 by Judge Call.
boein in the mob was begun late in Nval stores ............. 7,824,916
tho sttornroon. Ilessie I.org, the wo- Phouphates and clay ...... 6.815,1)6) The state board of education has
min acerisel of inciting the mob, id Fish. sponges, oysters, etc. 2.489,110 e:"cted to the State. Normal School
too ill to be tried and tire trial was Cottcnseed products ...... 650.000 fruity Miss Anna Chalres, who Is
postponed. [-ldes, shins, furs ........ 264.801 a rd)ling In New York, principal of the
Herbs, cherries, moss, fibers 153,200 kindergarten department of the Sta;e
MORE APPALLING ACCOUNTS. Norn-al School, at DcFunlak Springs.


M'ss Liipla McCulloch was elected Vesuvius the volcano opened like a
teacher of nature study and biology huge mouth, out of which belched a
in the same institution. She Is stud'- fierce stream of lava, which ran Uown
in& In her special lino at the 8ml':i- the side of the mountain.
sanlan Inslltution in Washington. The TI-' eruption occurred without any
tVicher of the manual training and warning whatever. There was no
handicrafts department was not finally earthquake. detonation or rain of
s'l.cted, but the board has under con. ashes, nothing but a clear stream of
s aeration applications from several of lava and red hot stones, which were
the best known and strongest teach- thrown to a height of 700 feet.
ers of this subject nl the country.
WARDEN AlrLAGOOD IS OUT.
The report of the exports which-
pusted through the port of Tampa Georgia Prison C.ommislson Has Not
d Ing; one, and demonstrates concluslva. Deputy Warden J: T. Allagood left
IJ that the phosphate and lumber In- the Georgia state prison farm at Mil-
dur'ries are not suffering from any lodgeville, Thursday, les resigntlion
summer dullness. While the ship- having been accepted by the prison
menia were not numerous, they we-e commission. This action was taken
uniformly large, and the week is well by the prison commisalon Wednesday,
up with the average. This, with the despite the fact that it has not yet
unusually heavy shipments of the two Meen able to select a successor to the
previous weeks, places the month far deputy warden, and will not do so un-
aiies of ihe average. There were til September 7.
t.iree consignments of phosphate dur.
Ing the weeik-one for France, one for NEW GLOBE-OIROLING RECORD.
Eng'and and one for New York. Thev
aggregated 9,700 tons, valued at $6,- Henry Frederick Makes Tour Around
200. The average or the shipments the World in Fifty-Four Days,
was something over 8.200 tons, much Henrynrederick, who left Nw
larger than usual, moat of the ablp Henry Frederlck, who left New
meatb averaging about 2.000 tons. York city on July 2d on the steamer
--- Deutscbland for a tour around the
A man giving his name as Wilson, world, with the hope of breaking
a:,d claiming to be a representative the record for the shortest time con-
of the United Fruit Company, is now
being' searched for by Pensacola ofi- Bumed In circling the globe, returned
cers. He is wanted for Issuing a bo- to New York last Wednesday night on
gts draft on the above company. Wil- the New York Central railroad. Mr.
sn arrived In Pensacola some two Frederick had been successful In his
weeks ago, and stopped at the Escam- endeavor, having made the citrcult in
bia hotel He succeeded In getting ffty-four days, seven hours and twen
some bogus checks cashed. ty minutes.

MODERN TACTICS. HOLIDAY PROCLAMATION.
Knicker-What caused that terrible Governor of Geolga Askia Oba rvance
fight between the truckman and the
motormtan? of Labor Day, September 7.
Bocker-The truckman bad estab- Governor Terrell, of Georgia, Wed
lashed a peaceful blockade of thd car nesday, issued bis proclamation de
track.-Puck. claring Monday, September T, which
Is designated by act of the leglslatu-e
FRIVOLOUS. as Labor day, a legal holiday.
"That new Borelll comet has two The governor urges that all places
table." where labor is employed be closed on
"Beautiful equipment for fly time, that day.
Isn't it"'-Cleveland Plain Dealer. ..,
OIL MEN MEET.
IDE SUCCEEDS WRIGHT. IL MN M T.
t b Independent Owners In Georgia Merge
Designated by President as Vice Gov. Interests at Se'ret Gatherlfg.
ernor of Philippines. The Independent cotton ,'ed oil
President Roosevelt has announce,' mill owners of (eorgla ednveied In
that Henry C. Ide. a member of the Maccn Wednesday afternooS ajt RD
Philippine commission, would be de- fore an adjournment lhad bseelna gou-
slgnated as vice governor to succeed pliahed another combitae .q In sced
General Luke E. Wright, when General upon the commoeal '- ait 1 the
Wright assumes the oflce of governor n quth.
general. Mr. Ide has been a member it wri wt. Vtl"'.. tiAsl d
ofC 0h6 commilsiou for eveTal year. IM,*
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TRUE TO BRANISM


And to Kansas City Platform
Democrats of Ohio Stand.



JOHNSON FOR GOVERNOR


State Convention Held In Columbus
and Wholly Dominated by Forces
ef Cleveland's Mayor-The
S. Ticket Named,

Tom Johnson, mayor of Cleveland,
was. nominated for governor of Ohio
by acclamation by the 4eJnocratib
state convention held in Cohimbus
Wednesday.
The Johnson program was carried
out completely, although the oppost-
tion obstructed the proceedings with
minority reports for sone hours, the
name of John L. Zinmerman, of
Springfield, was not presented dor the
gubernatorial nomliittion and then ev.
ery nomination on the state ticket was
made by acclamation without Opposi-
tion.
Although "the fighting" was all over
Tuesday night, the auditorium and
galleries were packed long before W.
J. Frey, chairman of the state cen.
tra] committee, cr'led the convention
to order at 10:20 a. m.
The only reference made to national
Issues In the platform adopted reiter-
ated allegiance to the Kansas City
platform. W. J. Bryan was invited
to speak in Ohio In support of the
platform adopted.
Great demonstrations occurred at
several places in the order of business,
notably i1 the entry of Mayor Johnson,
the presentation of.his name for gov-
prmor, his acceptance and partlclpatlan
In the endorsement of a candidate for
Senator Hanna's place and those ex-
pecting a good exhibition were not dis-
appointed. There were no portraits
displayed in the hdil as usual, and'few
of the faces of what are know as
"old wheelihorses." Many of theap
"oldtimers" hbaq hpon seen about :ho
betels during the week, but they were
not delegates. Among those who Were
unseated were Lewis G. Bernard, lead-
er of the democratic party at Cinacn-
nail for a quarter of a'century, and
ex-Congressman J. A. Norton, who had
frequently sounded the keynotes as
chairman of former conventions. For-
merly these men were cheered as they
entered the hall.
The following is the ticket named:
Governor, Tom L. Johnson, of Cleve-
land; lieutenant governor, Frank B.
Niles, of Toledo; attorney general,
Frank 8. Minnett, of Columbus; state
treasurer, V. J. Dahl, of Washington
Court House; auditor, Charles A.
Klaebo, of Waponekata; commissioner
of schools, J. E. Sclslt, of Ottawi;
member board of public works, W. B.
Jones, of Ironton; supreme judge, E.
J. Dempsey, of Cincinnati; United
States senator John H. Clarke, of
Cleveland, was Indorsed.

VESUVIUS EMITS LAVA.


Pierce Stream sl Belched Forth With-
out the Least Warning.
The people of Naples and the en-
virons witnessed a remarkable spe-
tacle at noon Wednesday. One thou-
sand feet below the central cone of




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Till,

ffijj~M *W00iA*S~kK SIAR. AtINdSVILLS, FLA.


I pon the white sea nn ill ,, ,i ni.hel ld
T see lo sat a p i i, h1114, Ollie ,I f o iid honor Io ld
n the loiea tht lheir lrC a had Sonie pnke oif frinlds that were their
while evening waned away 11,t In ni ore
S mi breezy cliff aaul boay, lIe-Ih, forlilgn a lave
Ad the strong tid' e wtnt out with weary Thatt bind l t no lonely on the lshiore.

0a1ie apake with quivering lip, "'Ih,."r, llt-ake .tlI were done,
ahihI it 'l' heim tia les were tlone,
Ofa l a afr elghtoed r, 1 eeiig li Im all sorrow free-
aldol his laouseholt to the dteop olle ".d l'u :'e" liate re e
down; hut iine is hetie" 3eI.
SBut one had willor woe .t uta K'lie ing heart int gone ro
F or a fair face long ago lievig hert ah gone from
1.sLt in the darler dleptlis of a gient toil.
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There were who mourned. their youth
With a no6t loving truthl)
aor its brave hioes and r........:,,-A.-


i".s-; tlese pulgrnim e>> I6 ; *-.
vFor the living end the dend,
For- fortune's crelety, for love'a sure


...... o l i'- mem ories e'i I .vel" crostt, '+ ...-
i green; *- ,, "'-"" (ir cross,
green; For the wrecks of lnind and sen!
And one upon tite wet 1311t, Ihowever r it i-ame S0 t'hee
Turned nn ere that would not rest Thrlint~thowever t camcio Chee
Turned an ree that routld o Icst Tlie. stranger, is life's l41t and heaviest
For far-off hills whereoa its joy had been. oas." i l t and heaiest



THE INFLUENCE OP JOSEPHINE ARR'



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IO E young husiindt looketl

C 1 haie bd enjoye.1 d a good linm -
er naid was in t rie null
'lO ably con(ltented miloodl. .At
le4tst' he should have b i'tl.
'"Come,-oe, mly dei''.," hi s;idl iln a
Sbrusque waytlhant wllis lqit f6rteign to
S'.hlm, "you know that I don't Ibelieve in
S t,; I.' don't object to yolur' Imuilling
ourself n your owin w''ily-tiind this is
.only a fad, but you -ri't xl'texpect im to
Sjoin you- In chlilng 'iftiTr i set of lIing-
ihared rllnks, whose nitllcs----"
"Why, l''t,, h1o\v clllin you!: o yoll
oell Josephine...-- '
"Oh, ,Joseplile well, she's y.3llr
frlemnd and of course ai very iidvanced
Young wonmtan. But, Dolly, 1 somio-
times doubt the advalntage of hiTr iillu-
Cenhe ove youe,"
"Fr'ed, yoli ohld stiullpi! 1Wly, Jose-
pbhine Is nbrilllant nAii cllturell, niid stl l
hao g lie'l ito this lu1'1itil telp !thly e-
cause It's so developing. T'ha-l' all. 1
just wish yue could hlcuri hier talk n1bout
thought trystalllzation and Irresistihle
'attraction."
"But thant' just what I wint to es-
cape. And that'N why I nluist be 'ex
causedd froi ariildlliu:: you to tile seliice
--tiltng-or i hultever yom ciill tie 5tb-
s 8equotiel-iln. H euveluig. You tuow Iiow
I followed you-tollsomliely-an'd tlreep-
Isahy-tb those hBrowlnig ani llu'iiersont
clubs, and stumbled thlroughli ('iCll-
tauqul course, tind groveled In enrtall
science, but I draw Ihe line h t ltis
tlilng. It Is hyplnoisim, pure 1n1l siii-
ple, whatever tliey call It-, iau thit's a
dangeroiti thing to anbhl)le in, tlhough I
doubt If any.of you le'rn anllythiing
more hinrmflil ti tha te. i silliln of poly-
syllablbs iand mUlnillugles's pllihr'lsIu.'
There.were rtiel lea'rs in the little
wlfe's eyes as she lilluled on her Iupretty
hat:before the mir'rr. l' e did so wanti
Pi red to sympathize will hl'er,
"It Is jyst lIecIcIue' you Ilare so ilite-
STrlt," sho petnlantly exclalnuin "11f
yol woi lid only put your miiud into ntil
.attitude of receptivlly. That's ni1l yoil
hare to do. Andl tile professor will I)(
here to-night, anil, oh, Fl're', hle is I
wonder! *IHe's a. tlihosoplilst anild
.hypnoflst, and occult atld iysi'eriout,
and his naim Is ('aspar Appollolils.
Isn't that soulful.?"
S"Soulful? It's a moutilhful. Biut
there's the door bell. 'Miss ('1rrT Ilas
come for you. I'll sit utp itnd her ill
aboilt-it wlein youl returnl"
'Fired Armitage was a devoted huis-
band and uasuilly gave a iseelilngly
cordial approval to his wife's "eihllhis-
slasens," a's he BRl-'led hier fnild, Iut thili
latest search for wisdloal in the It'lllis
of thi occult was not to hils liklin:'.
Doilyl s iould htare bettel'r sense tha(I toI
run .after a frealk iprOfcssor nudl his
lly followers wilh tlihi ,j;lgoilon nliont
liytterles and manitlfestatlons andu soul
barmonles. Of course It wias ill tihe
fault of that Jiosepllhlle Ca;irr, a girl
itth more zeal than brliis, and wlthu
a good deAl too mniih thi e Ihangtigi
heavily on -her hands, n girl who Routlt
to keep lip wt'lil every neielst that
ccaBe along' nd lived Il nn intellecttlunl
.Whirlpool.. Hie wlislhod Bhlst wouldti't
try to drag his Dolly witllh ler'. lie
lllt provide tio'e n iniseieCt for his
pretty wife--go oit witlI hi'r ulore. and
read-and Study together lit home--bnt
pdhaw! what was the use as long "is
.the wl- tinder tile lifluelnce of that
Carr girl.? The only thing to do was
: to lrcumvent Josepllhue--to unddrtuhin.
lier hold oni hs. wife's11 -Tevitlonis. Not
Sslaimple nitlter to undertaklcli. but F'red
.Arlqitage wnan't n nian to give 1tp eios-
ily when once he attenlllted to accoli-
1l!9sh an object,
eoweer-Doolly noticed it at dilnnle
thie following lan--nll thloighit Of tnni-
.iOisitty toward the aslute .losephbhi
had:.evidently passed from his mind.
"'By the way," lie lfagnll in silprigh'lly
tones, "I uel-whomi dlo ,iyou think? -
just is1 I was eroslsng UI(ie'u sdri'.l
this afternoon?"
Of course Dolly gave II ll. She wail
Impatient to tell Fred whlil t11h lirou
fessor said about soul lltiiiuinntlion. It
would be so helpful if hie would only
Ilsteun..
"Well, dear, it was Josephiline Cnrr.
Fine girl, that. Never suw tIr loohinlg
so well. Such a pretty frock."
"You goose! I should any you evuerr
saw her at all-you won't ',vcl glance
st her when she romes here. Is shl--
but of course you didn't sitop to speak
to her."
"Of course I did. We had qullie a
ilitle chat. Walked two bIlocks to-
gether. Graceful walker, lsft'L she?
kBig that meeting must have been re-
markallIy luteresllng. Jonle was ex-
o pIhlalinn \o me abott' the degrees of In-
tultl'e uhittnllty--I think she called
It--aid psyehologlcal soul progress--
do 'fget that rlght--Rnd It was gr-atl
tbe said the professor Is to be at Ibelt'
hoeau. tq-nlihbt just Informally, nand


6&'& be Wlad to have ua come over
latn ibeet him. 4ke to gor
Tlt..bre eyte of little Mrs. Armil-
taige epeied wpiie. How had Josephlne
ariuied to,- asruie Fred's Interest
'bien ll .l pi~dlupa had brought
, SI9,, I0tltr t ntdpaleule? B3t Joule
: Cirt '*Ify. couldn't *be
h,, r W 1 Peo. l euv. er


thait Is what they called it-though she
fell 11 little chagrined that evening to
s e lihiu lhovr to Miss Crr'"..sllde, list-
c'inig with intense interest to every
word tiiat fell f'romi tile young iwomnln
llps, ils lhouigh througli her alone he
could receive thie wondrous truth of
psyt-liulogy.
Josephllinle, alt first puizledt by the api -
,paenl'tut fa tiiation of ber new con-
verl. ntleiupted to put forth the clalmas
to iotiice of the lirofes sr iind draw
Fr1llO out in one of his fanlouas "souli
talks." llil Arntiltage, with gentle iu-
"ssle"tce, lilmle hlerl do limost of the
tallklig,, noul. was so laittcrling a Pupil
thiat sheik felt it her duty to devote her
entiirghs to I lls converiiou. And Dolly,
while tlie professor's long-winded
plihi' ics fell on her deaf in' ars, sait wo-l
derliig hlow Fred could be so attracted
bIy such a plain girl as Joe C'arr-so
bold uand olllclous, too. Fred never
haitl liked talkatlve vwominit. It Wts
very strange.
'Whirr-rl sounded the telephone bell
lu tlie Armltage flat next day, "That's
.Fredl!" exclailined Dolly, dropping her
sewA Iug.
le(r lhusltilnd's voice sounded faint
lnut fa-nliti in the distance, but grin-
cluis! what wa's le saying? "Just lhad
a phonee from Joseplhlitn-wanlted to
know if I riemonibered what the pro
fesuior said about the true realization
of oll)oieas'--tiol iher to collie Hi'indl
this8 vnil ig and tlilk it oever. What's
tilatl Yes, coming to (1uiner'--sald
she'd ble lilelsed-told her you'd be
delighted-all right, ei ?--goodby."
IDoll3y dtropiped lihe r(ecei'vcl with i
gRasp. Wluiit strlange illullntce co!tuld
Iee working on her inatter-pof-fat Ins-
Ianlld? Why', lhe used to slhuidlel. wilhentl
slie proposed inviting Josephine to
dine. And lie always fliked an en-
grigenlitcnl to get laway uts Soo 01as pog-
slIle. Wel), It liiust be i-ls great ihb-
sortio in li te unw cult. She ialwaiys
knej w if Fretd ever dild take up anything,
It would not lie in a half-ltearted lay.
Only she did wish thalt she inoll not
noltluohr wontlli hlMd lialIppIned to be
hils guidhilg star oil tlhe round to esoteric
blI)s. Esoltc'ic IlddlHelhlks! Telep-
itlly. wa i a tli'elsoluiet utible, nnid she
didn't illore ltlin hailf brbelieve in It.
UBit 'for lFrPte' sakle s!e lmutt keep
ip,; lind plerhlips,, after all, they 'could
slip n'wny froi tlie crowd-ua nd Jo-
sephilll --lirtid go ili a l) 'lli lii1nd long
tlhe I )i.tl is or of cult lore+, .
It wains a nice little dliiner, nicely
cocked lind nicely served. For til hler
n1lita1 l ldiHlsractiloi, D)olly was a.lniodel
tlllle liomnlelue'pCer. Anlld .JI)setphl eCn-
jo'yeld tlhei1 llner. 'I''l'ictre 'll no doubilt
of' tll:lt. Aginill !ltld ia tln did l'redl
help lier to so01c spliel'cilly al tltctlye
dlIliciiey. IlHo wlitchiful lin Was. Thie
lnstl lin l her piliate wats 'iempiy lie begged
lier to i.ave It refilled. And there is
io donbt Joseplhilne ate ia good lmeal.
Dolly, whose owln tltpelltc was of tll!.
(inn.iiry llir(il order, wat s alonlshled atn
.Jos e Ilien's pl capacitl1y.
Is it 11ny w1onIer, tlie11, that tlie eci"
vei-satllon laIngtiRlitldl-or lhnt It took
snddeltin tlighls into extretii'ly i)pr ictl'Ill
filcldsY Dlolly could see tltat F'rced was
dis:pllloiulited over Illt itnnlitlty to draw
Jspplllnc out, t4it ihlN dis n't prt.\' Vent
-him fronn tdohiug h lls bost to plelite I!er
pin hi Ie.
And tlhcn, aftir they 'left thle table
anll I-ilt hilIlr w o to te rozy librnay, with
its restful tlnts and ia ts dll lights, and
lFred seated himselnglf near Josephine,
iand tile limoment wnt s riple for soul ut-
ijerl'rice, e11en Itlhc JoeFillii(n si'emed
sIl-trtnigly dllstraugiiht. OliO she even
yt wned..
Anil Fred, evidently delrnilnted lie
woutld-ii't be discouin'rigd. tailke4d on
and on.ti, i t un tich a stUedyl monllotone
tilht Dolly felt like yftiwiilng liciself.
Andl Josehlillie replied only In inorio-
1iyllriileis nmldl presently diil not reply
n anil. .\1 1 111i11 Fri.'' l h'll up hll
liauhil. ,niil pintiilwg at .Inisilhllne, whr're
mlie linlf ,re lined naiildl fIIu u c4intili il.
lo\s, wliltlit'eil'd softly to Dolly: "SliIt
Is coLuluniililnl witll heir iIlnner con'
riclousal4St."
"lti Is n 'lc pl." niitriniircil Dolly, a
Itlle s'idla ihy.
I'tilrnlip shlite wnt .,iali' ywy, wll she'
suddenly traightlnedl ui and ait ked'i
whlst ilinme wNa. anitl l'Frd toldI her.
snle rli,'led slie must go rlglit likntm.
anid anlled Ilint she ihand injoyeld uichl n
soulful c ving. And I'olly. with it-r
ininil on .lJoeeplilue's expert ierforni-
unce ait the diniTr t'illt, felt that soul-
ful wans cnart'oly hth' wold- for it.
Hut I'reld c'nURglt her rye anid
frowird. I'lcihliais lie read her
thoughlbts.
Anyway, sIhe coull see that he was
greatly disalloinedl.
Friday evening of thie following 'week
wan to Iw a notable occasion for Ihe
small circle of Profrstor Ailpollonous's
ndher'utes. An elaborlte repceptloti wan
arrangti in hisa honor anrd a purse-of


considerable weight--was to bh pre-
sented as a lestlmolnhl from hs fol-
lowers. But there were to pleasant
artlclipatlons of the affair for [loily
Armltage. Her feelings had under-
gone a change. Fred, however, had
become the -moat ardent of soul-stu-
deants. ach day his 'hlral for knowl-
ede inr.reased. but alis, it was only
i4.wseI9 d h.cOW eipla i anly Jo-

a~f *6a OCIJQ5*9bE^ l


rerhaipa JosepbhMe WIl a little oftr-
whelan'pd at realisllug her respolnsillbU
In lie lmiettler. but shlit was not one to
-shirk her (Ili.y ilid hl fielt that It
~'ttedl withl he theosoltlist out or ( I.'red Arnitagne.
"I fl l''d4.derl4rl \el,-ry susctlitlble,"
she 'llld tli- niialiicily Io remliark to
Ilolly. "ilf 3'01u lia only known lnll w It
miinIulge hiIlu, dili1. you would Ihivrt.
brought out hil slirlliuni thil long
ago."
And Dolly's nfligers twitc'hed li ai itit
brnacrlet slite was twllh.liig Ibrole .with
a vic'lols snFit).
No woundr tile liltle woman i .limwil
bint n liiliiag ld luiter'l st wlhiu tn li lit
evenling of the r'eceptolln Alniilage
urged iher to mlke haust in her prep.
nrallons.
"lIuirr, Llly, You kuow A.lipol-
louiti s Il to give al u exhiblltloli of his
hypniollc powers, and we .don't woint
to mul.n any oC It,"
.Dolly let the glossy piles of hair Into
which she was Inserting a jeweled
edomb fall-li a .nutss about her shooll-
ders.
"I don't believe I'll go, after ll,"'
she exclaimed. "I'm tired, and some-
how I doli't take a bit of lutereStt in
it."
"Not go! \Why, Delly, I don't wnnnt tc
go without you. And I must be there.
Josephine expects tme."
"Josephlue! Thnt's rillit. I under
stand. It's all on Josephine's neCcount.
You hrtouv't n thought nowandIty foi
any one hbut Josephileu."
Arluitage threw himself into :li eRI3s
chiir ind regarded his wife with :1
foolish smile., "Yes, yes, I nitust cit
Josephlin," he d11'iln11y Inurtii'ni ed
"Josepliiine's a sraiphl. JuSt li;i otl
of Botticelli's apgels, Isn't she
Dolly ?"
"I should say so," textlniHI)ll thI
Ildignant wife. '"Slhe's 4 .imiool-Oyt'e
platter-faced fright'."
"And so spltritull. Slih's ull soul
nothlug hut soul."
Dolly laughed lysterically.
"I gless you'd tlilnk so if Iyouil sM1
heir walkig lshoes. VWhy, Fred Arntl
taige, whn t is ilie iilttt'et''
Her' husbliand' hied lhaId siunk btclk
bht eyes wVl'e halilf closed iadt his ri rni
waved wlllly Ibefore hillm as though te
keep off lt .. iselen t(Itilly.
Dolly gazed i mlo.ienut lit horritled
silence. Tlieil the tleaniiing o' -it all
broke upllin iher. Slie slprnig to lilt
side with words of love 111nd pity. ."Oh.
you poor, hypllotized !liariliig!" lMi
cried, cliispling theli waiinag irils. '.'i
see It till how, Slie ih:o liypIoll iJe.
you'. But alio shlltiu 'liTo you11. Wiltk
up, Fred! Don't yol know me; )'oul
own wife? I'll llllik clare of you atid
not let thfti get .youj deiir.'
Slowly, Arnittige opcniedt his eyeO
and gazed aboutt hlil in woliderl'
"Whete a ni 17" hlu inuruinred,
"W 'lit does it mllenll, Dolly? Whiat
wicked power has bueen tryllng to seCI
nrllte us1?"
'.'It's ,osephlilie'! She lyplnotized your
and tried to get yoiu rway from ine.
But I shan't let you go!" ind Dolly
tbreow lier-self uplon hr hIlshaind'l
knee, her tarins 'clspdil nlout l is 8 tek:
"I shall stn-y right here und hold you
tight."
IF-red rubbed his hlanids across Jlls
brow.
"I beglu to itnideratnud." lie sildr, lit
he gently patted the pretty iend thali
lay 111ioii his' sliouldeli.' ''There inha
beelln EoiL Stralllllgo lillnienci at wor'l
upon ile. Hut I fcri' t1ot1illng 11now.
Youl have broken tithe spell and cnlledl
mie lltchk t. mly senses.",
-"Alid yoo don't think tile itllInlfi'(''
will colime biclt? Not If you wl'e 1e t
lueeot Jo- "
"Not Tor i tlious anild Joseplilnips'
But, of course, I[ houlolld't wlthl to lit
the means of brikhlaig up yol'r fI'leiid
ship--"
"FI'rl(lendshllp With that tdesigilila
creature! Fred.-l, I shall nlver- sp4ali
to licr iagtin. And its for t Ih1 pr'ofcissor'
ndii cranllks iltnd 'Isima, I'm done nwlt)
tlhei all. I'll never- tlake up ni ioflle
fad. Now, sir, I 110io0 yoiI're SlitJI-
fled."
"How can I ihlp Iliing satistled, ldear',
If you nre'?"
But It I very forlllnate that Dolly
(lid not see lhe sly wvlnk he0 gaveO hsll
reIectlon l it dl" s ilei r.

Dealer.

A anll of VIlre Front thle ltky.
One of the stg'ngi*est freaks in elec-
trical, phealuoinoei ever "/ported oc"
c(urred Ii Northern C('llfor,;ili reeeitly.
Durillng tlhe d'i' the I ller'lometer hiad:
Sftullen, a1iI4 abliout four o'clock tlhre
\nsa i Hliylit fall of siow. Tiheri'e hlil
cetin no tllliider or lightnlling luring
the day. Rlidh(llenly an.d wllliout Wtirni.
Ing, from whlat npp( ireld cleorl Mlpot
In the heAvy hinnic oe clouds' overhoeld.
ii brilliant ball of fire shot from thi
rky iand struck the grrouihd on ii fiiri


iiabout .two inidn H east of Andersoen, n
small inmilet. The Illumination% wVn1
lilniily visibl, in Hedding, thirtlcti
llllel dilainttt. A few aeodtid i aftei
the descetnt i,.' tie frit .lbll ther l wera
a loud report, Ilhc a mighty e The shock was felt In Rletdding, wlher
whltdoiw iintle'l l nidi l)iomeB look
In rlip villngepP f Andeiicron Ihle irulihl
wvri-r pilllnic li w.Is 'lrokren. wnlls w er i- cI-ralcked'
hollseo H s ii( ed nis t)hollgih tlnn1i' 1I'y I
enrlhiliiunk, andil Itelf ihone, li'le'griipt
and eilri'tric ligh wVli'a were isut ou'
of ncllou for a flIne.

Iur.iirlv LIllaltion.
Italy ei-em'is toii linhl lie r'eordl of Int
Yrlnri for expensivei ]inw. Signor Ail
Iton Tln'ra rcn i. a nme l,',anlit of MIl'i:a11
lled Ilnhrerie ir'i, n gi, leaving helini
l iin n forlune of nmb. hiinred lioirninl
IHpoundsl und n will willlli iplslI'atil h
erltnin of his lheilr. Th"iy diilllm'tl II,
alil IthIP morre iey ldid so ti, inuore
liplri crnInp tlii II- (re. t\'iiiltunlly
when the ena wats arlleat fol r IrlIil Uo
fewer lthan one hlundrled inta five' Inw-
yerm were found to linave i e'n lrl'efld
to represent the varloua litigants. Ho
Treat were theio r iazpnes .Int wheii
lil wan settle four hundred lhoann nd
poVilnl were divided among them lu
fees, while thi lleirs ladl to lb contend
with thp remaining twM hundred thus
and pounds.

The Vsurai of l &lk#.
T'h venom of nsuke couitilns onlj
intermediary bodies, whih r lntn
would not be virulently poisionasr ,
but the nnamidl iillo atllrai of tn'iep
fble animals q0 taJlnls_ troe WiAbltsific
Wriib., bt' Wallant tDiflDt W.O... lu
11 lv41ti 'tf',^l' yii i-it tH .


THE RAFFIA HAT;
A No'w Form oIleadgear Which Comne
From Ihe Ihilllplines.
'Think of looking to tle Pllllppinies
for fishbions, nand yet llie Imoderni Amer-
Iran girl has boiorrowtVd smi iil touhll
from her i*illlpino tisler, and i i Is vi't
uior'O belomiilltg to liher filrllle.-a than
to tlie broinx lites of t .l oilI rlliigiltol.
It is the ralli lint. iland It Is solnittllllug
entirely new. lluntthit I gri's nmld a
grass hlnt doesn't siilund very fel'itlig,
does it? Buit the ratilbI hIlt wlhilh the
ftishlontblie girl' s Wearing Is just tile
sunarutest thing Imtlag.hinble It Is odd.
enough ttaldoriglnnl enough to iimake
every .one who sckeoAt wanlt one.
Thele rinin la 11i Is iaetle omn it wiro
frtme. Strands of .ratitli ttre' cthe
britldyd or twisted so that they ilttlrely-
cover thie frame of tlhe hatl. jtraili t
Is as light 1s a t'fethlerl altl ncan l be dyed
lnity color, and a lltlt le ss tinlln one-
fourth of, il pound, which 'tim bel
bought for lifteen cents, Is Eulthlcent.
for making a. halt witl gr'eeln ritlla
twisted about the wlr' frame. It is
triiililed witlh l t blg red velvet bow.
ntnd where their Ilni flared at tile left
side a cluster of Irighlt rell clihrrtes
ire cilutgit.. Tills was all, but theo. llt
Wail unusually effective. Its price
in1arll Iln one of tile bif' NHew Yorlk nill-
ilinelry shops was $18. It (ost I tl siiia'rt
ilrl 'who copied It and liuude it herself
just $3.(50.
She select ed tn becoming wire finrame.,
for vhiblh she paid thirty-tivo contlil.
Sh1 used fifte e cenllts' worth of raltla.i
Thie cherries cott $1.80; there twert
three boucthes. 'rile ribbon for tile
joV, which took three yards, whi $1.2 askingg a total explendturel of. $3.10r).
For lIIu ller wetr lit thile sCti or 11i tile
noUllntry theo ratlia lutlt Is It lit iiillliti'y
fad of the day. PIale yellow iiitts of
u-nt1 H: tri'ilmnod, witli black, velvet
lhlolv8s with yellow t'enlrel (lire, 'Nx-
ireololy fflectlve, ts twell ai iiitlU\'u
hitat triltulied wlth! Dilo ltvonder hyu-
intl ha.
Now th ttt lie nitloderii gi!'l hilt dis-
ctovered rallin, lorl, nmoire colrre'tly ipealk-
Ing, hisn borrowed It from.lthe Fillpilno
wvonii, alhe s also lerinlig to wtveae
It Into hlelts aindl clinalthini higpi. This
glass, which l1 at spinleiso of pialtii, timay
bo woven Into verty ntttractily' por-
Ilercs, annd also nmade int.o mnats of all
sizes. 'IThe tntls .ltity lbe used to tiake
Ithl placlt. of dollies on. the table, aindl
the larger ontes alre t very convenient
adiKlt on to baby s caitria ge.-''Wo0 ni i's
liomo Comlaniiontt.

Th Wol ilmn inl tho Fi tni.
The doesvrt'd frmi itud thlie wometnii
wlio niust Hiiptiort herself haive one
tling ait lecst In ctoniutio-thley Ir'e rnot
local problems. C('ar 'll H I Vwrters hlav e
inlntu t mntade It aplipet ttiit till the doe
esrted frti'Hi' alre it- Noew Egland, anil
all the wolen whi o lhavye to otirn their
.own living ui'e restricted lby citrciion
stances to the cities. Two essays re-"
.cently relid before aigrlclilturt l sopeite lt
In tlie CentrAl Westsl:iggest ai wider
Lund tlruer view of thet slttlintlou.
Ono essayist- told .f 1 voman lla l twho
ihoughit A fairm, when Overwvorik forced
her to rllre itcniplrarilly froilm ler pro.
FCeploin. Sho lilres it uniin for olutalde
work and n woianl to do the roulghier
housioworlk. Sile eoujoyts .ure aulr, frei'l
iogeitblles and plenty of imllk Ianid but-
tcr Ilalnd eggs, and ro1celveC econoligh
money for' thi lily produced cin the
faran to nlitet nl hier expenses;
'iThe hIleoli of (le ft olher Hf saylst was
a Hucce'sfu(tll titlieortilller, Wl' wh, vnnl-
Iiig n hIOusHe of ler otlwn, pitCh led upon ai
thr'oo-ncre pellcite wtlllch ias fiu" from
cltites, liht withll re" I cihable) dlstal-nce of
several si iiniter hotels. By stll Dy per-
severa 10nct1 tact find tn -t11ron setns, she
pLresPtIIIy founli lhroltl' .'nitarkettlag
'tei'y yeair 51)00 polIlIds of !ionley. 1S01)
ldueks aniid tiualitles of fine fruit.
Probably thrco Is nol nlicounty It ttny
State whch- does not oifer simllaIr otID-
portunltiHes for tired a'onice tI-o reat lby
Phango of occuptitlon, ald InelnntlilO
Ptain nII luing; or, for tnimllltious.wometn
to take. up fruit growing, market gar-.
itlinig, poultry keeping or solie other
Sphechlliy, snd carry It on fat a profit.
WVo glory in the women wiho have
souiglit out souch openings. Their linum.
lt'r .Hhoulld lnctr'nese,--Youthta Com-
"pa'ilou. -- .a',!.AAili|.
A New Fileh FVor iOoigR Wolner.
A cotltlderitlit number of youig
woilien, accordilig to a rural observer,
tare eRngaging In the poultry tluIlhless,
ntid n'iem, froniall acco'uint, to be alnk-
inhg ut success of It, A correspi)n tolls of hellig In a C'lileno dry goods
store o0n at RSaturday afternoon niot, long
ago, wheoln hi saw one of tlie sales gil'ls


receive lier wages for the week. Hle
was ipald $2, having been in hier place
from 8 o'clock in the niorning ulutll
6 o'clock in the evening every daly. It
was accessaryfor her to beo -'ll land
tmore nr li's ixplienilvely d'rese'd, to6 be
colmirItilly in her feet und to keep her
tefnlll r l nuil Iirr ri-lf-poiscsmloii. fre-
fluicntly indrle'r Iryhig elrcunslniin.i(s. Onl
tlie olher hnlnd, mnys the oblserverl, lake
the came of thei fanlrer girl. None
makes lesm than 52 per we.ek. mnd manoy
imake R5. Thai'y work only two or three
h ilonr a dny; Ileilr aunrroundiings lre
enonducive to good helhthl nditl cheerfull-
nlt.s, anid they e ni ilrPe as tihey feel
Incllinrld. 'rhe wri'ttr nil'nilotii the cna
of two young girls who nolid last year
ann average of 55 worth of I'ggs evrry
week during the siprlng ind humnlllr'r.
Nor dill tlheji sell ill thely nitlghlt live
dipollsed of. for tlhey ralted over 400
young clalckens Ienlides.- liarlpi'rs
Weekly.

Deaf Quetni sr ft ahlon.
A uhltle lip Iinh cone fr'onl lie court
I of Mt. James' that mnuslcalen are not to
the liking of Qucpill Alexandra. nnd
therefore many liosiessen will puse
and consider before they nerve tip high.
priced saoni birds to their royal guestsl.
Of course Aleinndra does not like
music IWl-iUe rhfsh Is partly deaf anud
harsh wlitlh great dllliculty. It In em-
barrmuIlng for the Brltlah Queen to
attend theme ausicrales, and therefore
slie prefers vatudevlle or a dance. To
converse with the Queen one would
gtverr aprhect ler Iparnalty. api al-
,lotbsh, Aath ar m ar..m ,,M!rti i*rJitile
JO1l' mbo w tpt al 0 llll yil abied 'aa
A .0R*9ti~t *4e


May Beletlnek slntg-alo piplacisd the ..o
'olciq tf lhr lliostrus' (dalighIteir, althoull gh
shd Brriretly li|ar'il noile. A rcon-
Ina i i In ills illll t.ll iI 1 I1 (Co elo. nll h ""
.) ellue ss ft Ji ll .1 i 1,m tl li lt, r "
ItaPR Is llom In at, Il-' tut i ('isllttbo

-New Yorl
-- .'.-- *'l- '.' .. ... .i
A lgi N re <, > )>i'.l: Whlle fligrettcus iapenii"r,01l ,II !iin. E coneslo ellnirls.
fW 0if Ihbe hats nlid lounitios. ioel.'ll.111 O % OiC Il': iroblenm of good road Is
fastened aganlust nil uiitiIrnli ii, 111, A k intt largely au ecollomuic
by a ciboeboal of slulli on a1 ianw I 0 "11,. y it It i interwoven
mett(, Whito palradiso tnlls and Jl ongi l ''111 .iers of fcinl aand
sweeillg anlgrettes or osprey lktewl. ie 5ow01 ii i. al well being, tli>lel
tiguredI here anidl there 'I'Ilasn Wrl,r' hI li'- il,- l i t i t,,. Sntae Board of
nosllrly filtenetd riliter fa. r Ja so tie I'Pulllltr o1l0 1 .1 t( ,, 1, 1-in a d.
to velrIo hicltlk over ilh) hiir lib hiind. There Ia ain' .it-, '..1i ,nt .-itnihll but
F'or the rest. Iiowever, dr looping i .r what Is ilnelltd il .i, ti ,, iiiIrectl1y.
ratigwltiells of lace, tkc,., at t-hl Lbtek The farmerr. lu li- n. ,,,i,, Io a.
of the hat. were dlscardted, Ihogllh ii e r'ady tiatret .to siell Mtl h1,rter; the
mliigny shapes rested otlhid on steilli- uiimnufrictllrer in their Iown rceuiut fromiA
coronets of Ilowucra or closely iruchedi senboard or rllroad, who lin 11turn inn
ribbons. hlll hi coal aild rnw tnater 'liil t ai1
Equill favor wals extended to luitnt aIapipr'CiaIlihly Clesened cost, aind l nrry
tilted forward over tlhe briow turilneid hls liislied product for transplorltauoin.
up iI fonit, and. htelvling down into tihe w'ill be heldd, It will make .him hiil,-.
lneek blhlind, anld turned over or rolled p'i'itnfit qlt .. lall rallroald trlniuO~c
on one or Iboth sidi's. l nl.his mnuttr wlhiclih ( rt obbItigPd e by relLason lf shot
no rule whlatevelr Is foll-ed, oeh1 of dilstallnl to chargeo .al xceiislve
thjle styles hbelig as fl'lilonnble as frelKght.
others, and It r'illmalns to li, seen if tliri 'The loilr l-t the 4 1il(ay .lops andt
Mlodelt for next nsoito anre to xhIlhltt otllh'cs 1 to 1I0 heu.lped. by lower rents
imilnr viriety.-MlIlnery Trdo lite. w' it'l his m1eains, beeaiiteli suburlb
-1w lliving Is inide liossiblle by good roitls.
Ald l whilo t pll'r lthe Oipelt., viiig to
A WVomanli Chiken Faiirlr. IiIhe huddled cllty life will app'eelate the
There is a ytoiuin woman living near bl'efiitl., EIvery citizen is to PrOflt 11I
W'estlheslter, a woumliint still il I et iomue way. ('uCntrlly lnd s tliuban di8
teenls, iWho is llol!g i thriving buiiess trIlts will bei inorle einy of ncceas. ,Glro
In chlllikens alnd oggs, aind Wllo will :'ry land in rkeilinlci will Ie enabled to
omie dti'y minake a fornidiablo rhivl to eend their goodls by free delivery, tit no
souine of tihe ltl'odlueI*I' wiho are supply* .1'lilnctd l ost to tile hulyer.
ilig tlhe Pl'hilaltlelpht uirkets. (.ood.oroaiid not only elhetlpeCn the cost
She started i wit llh ita milll ili'lulilor ?t living hi tlie nmitter of rents, Inut
resentt o her y her fthto rIlo ila 'reduce thel ri'e of sipplles by rene-
which site htas otldel d several othersti, oU of a ready, millrket. It has been
miid has often betwetin lt11 ial nd 20tI Inionstriteid again nnd naglint that the
ctlehketis on lhitnd lit one tniu. As sooll betterni)et of ro adP. uslt a rlse in
Sna t11he hlekent are hnlclied tdie ipl(at's thi:'l valuo of rel estate, anld the rise
them with l hel whih! looks 4lt,, 'eAfully ailIl come", tlhe delmandi l bho entihlancde
nfter thlen until they tire k bli to e''i wi i of felaitlated tranmsportiatlon.
ti'rltell for t-IlisoielhtH. It woultl lihe iltertinstlig l rilrn hlow
Shie soels mosti of tie Iroosteri's titni 'aI"" fal'Ltis l 'li'e i eel abhnuldotId b1)
keeps the lltns for laying, Sliell pill ((Le of ( ipoor r10 il L' nalitl Ilas 101eo
lies inlatny of the bliet peoptLo ftor tilles "lgivlt ui, homle' deserted, tlhe iuldilnlgs
about hol I loine with clickllens ( id l llt' o1 1o raek ani1 ruli, because the for.
eggs for the table, nnd luis dl(ispilosed 11e' i!oltlers could not takee It pity. It
of in large numbeln r of oth it wlitesalh, \wans niott wol'tlt I1 livhlg., In nlliy.li-
-P'hladlelphli Plres. sttaline' good roads, pilssble it all. Oti-
-zo. w~OliH, would IhiVe chluliged the drift.
About Olive'. The Illomt eo)s 0 ly, as well as (lho tigreatt
F ull dress den(ilds ila. WlIe iglaie or. ('HI Illoiiunt of tr'elght trffill', is over
nliedo glove, For alornling wvelal thelro oiu'titry. roiitls. OutsIde .the moire
ire blromwn, tAnne Ill d lpoi(lgee tonie.s, (lleslhtin of lhitl vl luls Is tIhe ilrge'W
Pal lIve hrtdllaru l ld. prlH Hre ('occa )lne of the iifluviice of good road I upon10P
sloninlly worin. o(011ineltrcom nimlluilcturlng,. finrning'.
Most co(lonllcal of nill ri t' Ihe yellow H tIW('e IfIr htIlIHismt la not lmorei roniottl
aid whilite wash kiilnds, to the questionn .tlhti the woer and htena
Ailloing thioe uhlttls, .i tlhonlo of retll il lof'seflitish. wagon, huniia
lnce i, llanc(k andl white aI'e lost all. 'tretillIt nind idurllni'e.
airedd, hal they a.re not very lpopulari. 'hlN iwlhoilh latterr, of the economic
Bilk iland thrad gloven tnre beau lltifully value of tuich roadsi as your counltnlislo
ilude and., bellg uvWshah(blte, are useful rtt'tlolll iln Is lb*yotld lquitloni, and to
n1o well a mnlrt. na llr tillit to t)renllltst e thortw.r, claltnt
Amonu noveltlem are l ove n tw (1) T'1ha t111 3hey iliko liand more aiccesl
color, s iu0. w no lesti wlih the long Il,itl nat o givt it a wide l.market; (2)
wrist ,lilIt, i rlti',or t~t I tli ITn hi Thy iot'eenis.the t de trlallbty of Ilt ngl
two nilutles of brown IIn Ilhe tli'ir districts. Thi great value
to l of bo. of electric roads, in. many instances, Ia
IlanulLifut m l>l rnIng etliool. lolt oly hi rnpdl trtsaporiatloibt intud
it would elircely eI possillle to i- i1lul. ck sevie\,he, lt bocauseo wi-t thieli
aghli a( ceduicat.lolal litltntloi iliorl'e 1'buillding Ilinost IlinvIrathly lcom0ti a
beautiful for situation tliti tlil Ladiy lgood roiid; (l) Tlhey leaSen materially
WVnrwiek College of Agficultiure,. Its ti cost of IPlrol)uctlion by dPCtreiltgiI
seiat IN Htudley (sthlle. Wi'tlrwlCshlilre, Ihl cost of' tlritt'lll rtiltlonl, In wear antil
itliglandi, lid it Is sturroutndid bly ide- tear nit ( time: (4) l'hey biringw witli
llhlitful ggardena and itn bluiltnut lyly .hAli.n thi so-nillid rtraiti delivery sysl
wooVil00t pllrk, while two laiirg lalks toll); (5) The'ly IncIrean l'llo t value oft
niid a ilitioll river givi clitrrnm ni nl vi'- property and lentI se tlnxatlotn.
r-lety to lthe grcutils. The o!l0tle In I And yet, bEsItdels illi thlse, there are
l)nctlous .h!lldling, lltled with till 1otd- Olbe vur v ,ll ,. 'The Htato I s lodllled
ern conrvetilOcec!s at to blattlhoonis, liht 111 t" odlictltlonal Interestta. The plubill
winter nind electri'e llgt,- nd there Is cliOol Its more fully npprDclated, and'
plenty ofr rbom for ilanelng, rei!eptiong f 1 ts.Prceul'tage olofttcellnutico. vkiibly
tind other pleiniarcies, Is well ti for thi IncreflAed file 'l~poplop cant COme ito
morl.e serious la)seiteIIss of lIftr. rgotheO'l ioreofr'eq elitly for so S eoirse, aund. so dovoelop tho tl oitunity,
Ilmi.luo Vnione n PIrforrn Mirr(l(nerivre Goov C ((od I'rlds In MAiluel, nune women Ihive the right As Clinrls e huinner. once a.aldi ."Thlie
to solenuilszo inarr ingeoI, adt(IIIIIIItd rold i nd (lie school miiistr t r tare t wo
on0IthI and the like. The'y lire coinlniln u lost, Important agents il advanclig
sHoniie under thli new Inw of blst wilt cllizatfloll..n ,
ler, whilc gives tlieni iiddlItloilIl poLw' -....--o l.
orn over tJhoson collnferred y ti1t old Ulre No Vneathtle Miltetr.
lariw, says the Woman's .Tourniil, 'i'hsxt All r'ecrogilsl autIltlo'ietl o m t1te sub.
women arer: Lelln II. Hunnlowell, Kln.g rj'et say tliltt no veietablo matter
inan;' Minntlo (. tuanwood, Irrtnir n "mih i i htlhl ItE iued In tii .conrtltwlliohw aInl
ton; Mnargaret Ib. Maigll, Ilolliton; (ern. llnnhtenliIoe otil Of oldl or hillhway. aIn
tlride Jenklns,; Portland; MBtirgtict A.. 1p14 of tlhis, liowert'r, mlnuy ronld
Bkcr, :Houthl Palri; I. I,, Hherl'y, il"'itlers "l'r throwing into the middle
irlldgtoin: Ian '. C n. HClllne ots. HoItti Of the road tie -nid from, the id<
Newhluirg; Alice M. HlanHonl, 'teit; (hcr. diltlhet, asl Well as lhe grass !ad weled
tllde A. 'Pre'cott, Orono. thilt I aVe Kgt'owl n 1i bY the lrlde of thE
S .t'rontd. T'le lenves indt other llltle thnt
Ton Many Toysn a Mistake. llltlVct ticenullnUtted ht thel' Iefls of thel
Too many toys in (i nursery arei roilt dtiring thei winter (re plinced It
greit nilliake; iund innaje (lhihh'tnti+ remsl tio road to rot i1t0l mnike leas nnd disooneitenld,. When a child f'iO' tli people to Lrarvcltlhrough dtringl
tires of plnlylungwlth his brlcrhks I( tis bei. iioe winter .ntd ,Hprhig..-- ood Boadi
(rIt to lilow hiim Ii nIeW ginc tso pliy Migaglie, ..,,
with thni (li ttnt to. get down At fr'll -'--'-- ""
t03'; If he ltna wearied of liuilUdil)g Clt I l otrllih Mtadlmln,.
'CB he will soon l)o Ilntel'rlsted In tiilk- Whel'e i ('ountly ill l a steam road
lun a sta.ilon or a trail, ndil so lpiIrtn roller It en" hoIe useHd to great advantage
resourceftilnes, biutl, of ctour<'t4e, on ln k''p'lilg lthe roidl In.l repair when It
uniut not ovtrttiiilni a small child's pit ISi l'ot reilr*edl for construction work,
tleace, says tVolnaHl's Life. litltier by pllarklntg up annld rerolllng man-
'nrn, (,'din roads or by working the earth


Moort llug wair ntid even Wcl're' IItflllo't
nre used thls Idea Is'still tnulntitlined hIt
their cut and lr'raligetilemnt.







C'ape boleros ure the helightl of UIh
vogru'n.
I'leHted klcrts ur< Io less thann ull-.

lHring li'er nand itriig frlngil ire onl
tihe tolp wavi' of thel vougu'.
Whole pinfft d tldrolneu sir efftrlivcly
worn by solne sleilder ssltrcrn.
The igraerful litl L.1i1l4illal!e als I
crow tlhe droopy drsmeon 5t'cI ces fully.
Chauliulltl latj e Ifc aIl InllIhI on c.llffoii
Is quite as muinch In fnvoir li a whole
robet of lace.
Advance evening lunks are' triilllrig.
nid are nuilses of hi-ti, clolli linnelH siill
accordion pleal ng.
The more turl' Iho nvecrnge 11' l-|'
nailer cin torture a wh o.' lienll r it irt'
Into, the liappler nlic t'i'inn sIt Iti'.
s8allop effects art' ltll1'll cill 'nlw
abouldcr wraps au well fin I rI lowe[
edge of muchl-trinlme'd al er.s kIlrte.
Women wbo alrlady have I whrlt
balilte embroidery all over are hTUt1ij
ual extra one dyIl to soMie baooem1P

A 1r1a flnt r a mm
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Roads bitigazinle. .
W, Ynt Avatllile Vo Vluael.
("ommlneloier .tohn Mcl'i w Wood-.
bury, of the Street (Clhiinig IDepart-
nilval, New Yurk 'ily, hi recelveId t111


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A, MUSICAL DISPUTI '.i
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"Those who havue't henuPll me warble,"
Snltl tlie P'enell Il, the lMate,
"' ueI n i'iiied. in liy p|iini(ni,
.\ l ait lli t's' very'-great.
'..itl' -,ri~l<'; itlme Il'eir throats, I know,
Illut Ih.t '*< 4ot what I Ifo;
I Uhr' Ui) I,",I. .lail Us I shiug,
Wtli'hl I aiJlk i'Oerl you."
"'l.'lll'ir liisikt' lll adlln Pencil,"
C('r i'l i,, l Sluate. indiuintn tly;,
. lhi, Ir, l.v nolfi lhwlich tllieli ise
li ,li 1 of Course.', to nli'.
'L lr -.inlg I1 snll i verv line,
II thlit lthre'li not l a ,iloibt,
Iltu ,'rl.ulil itn't lile t toOll,
N h,, ,li aiilly ldtroll ,>lliul. '


Th I'' eni arl ha li il lthrni hlckering,
Andw iiilltPl'iuIm'd hlke tll: I,
"'\W ien SlattI nril I'ill'll nur luibblo titus '
'rheo act, I thintil, inius. 4 i
Youil Ili I you Irod'l lu Ilhne sound
W hiihli io n e ntdan i fol t.,
Sno i d I ni liable. my friends,
And sull it-- it l. it''
-C'liricao Record -Herald,






'h I, ., ll .1i t1y. iilliiin:a w H .
I I I i.. llr il a -i to -lgl i Yo11U, '
Lir<-.
"JalnH ,I,, yMill i, ll.* III ll'iatle tiun-


i t r, Nol I. 'lel.lt 'lli 1'11 tli l DenIter,
11. built a il lofty riyl me i :
,iini N l\rilt y tilrle' high. '
bo Ilthe' Iplih I' i Iosmed t by. .'
-- N "Sure, Murlph.y was wrong. nilt' io
k aWedt le wlls wroll, lil' a I; owned.
u ll1oko.o 0a )Ilt ik!oi," "Did he. now?"
"Y!s; ho licked lie olthl,r ilnon llr-rat!'-
Puck,
lliggs-."Your. frienltl d'lula lsei s t
be i very well etllduel id lmal." HloggsH-
"I should s'ily he Is. Ito known io
umplih t hat ihe ooesn'tI balivve any tling."
-Judge.
"'Vltal tI yiur position IItiin ciolir'"
naked1l tht Inew eJiirch iininber, "Al- '
suluitely nutliltrl.," roeplled thel milld
teller. "I don't sIde with either cfa'"
1tlnn." ''-iiiliidelhita Plress.
Livt't f iht luIilul iint retllinld iIl : : '
S,, vi \ie n ht' iIs richi a i thlli .
Amld l'idepartintg leivty behind ul t:
What we ctrilot, liake wcy;
---'hlitlchmlldli legord,
Mrs. mtl'll''rry,' -")Do yoU (thi.lk It
waNis Aln Inelilnlinlll slight on the part o'
Mlrs. NewrhlCh?" Mrs. PIark--"Why. lnot
iay dear. lSh) liasn't bLtl n lady long
eioutghi t kInow' liow to be rudee"
\'ulcs. :'
Orittnindnn Togoodol (solm'nly)--"Aftter;,
poor grantidulW dies', wlho will give you
tny 1pemilel?" Terror Knott T'oogood
(aged o lxl--"Whly, yoi won't tnke your
pockuthbok to hiutivel, will you, Igrand-
tiui"'<-~- Jadg .. ,1 .
Nitggshy --"TIhe i owspnler siya.
Di'omoKlky was givon gt';linerou'l Ihniliipiin
frler 'his adidress." Waggehy -'Yei,
1niid ft yo.o had hiard tl tle athddll ,s you
will Ippirul'Htet: Just lhow geierolut the
crowd wits toi aiplllllltlu t ill,"-B:ltl' .t
umote Alniqrl'l II
"Wodelir why Vm, M luot- .Is alwRtl
reftrr.'Inrg to bli velvett lawn'it v '"Hte'l
got a right to. Ite told n1o that With
theo gritass, itetd hoe liias h~Oin iluld Iti
ptiw .d sIlhe'si botiglIt it huas ipost ili,
jusit $4C75 a yi'rd." -C..!iliinatl Co0ir'
luierlul 'Trithluule, '
Ilortliulitilrls, (on dl1n tarnvel)-Al'o"
you having iniy I trouble lin thsl part' o.
the l country with the Mlil) .loen talee" '
Htalgn Irlvelr- "I clin't sity for ctrtil.l .
but I tltiik I heard HOiti of the boys.'
iay tlhe 1boses hnit ldiutfli'usd to slig! It."
I-Chlieligo TIrIbIuItu.
T'Jhe Mistrens- ".lit winat irtdlit you'
Iclln Mit'. Inytlol. so suddenly,
IMAtrlu?" t'lrlheI Mtiild--'"1Ohl Me al' 'ler
'aisiund coildn'it naree, 0. i thought 'If
Slitetla to SHt(!iU \u y reCiltiiittlolt it aonct,
It l'omtii to thlit pilt whoreo-i01 of t11 'ald
to go."-Hrooklyn Life.
"'ilow tIIIIIlt do )you tlink that story
Is wort'lh" tlit' nkiikd, when hin Iltwia lad
llnlidied rendling It. "Oh, I should think
you ought to hinve gUot 2r or :30 for It,"
sid ri'-llhid. "I got IXI." lie asserted,
Iroudly. "Dlent meI alIe commented,
I"howu reckless somIoe i their muoney."-Chllciago lvenhing I'ost.

Fruhlonable Fitr..
l"a'hilon has umich to do with the
pitioion npulill flavor hold by differ-
eltl flrn lu dfllfereon ytc'l. illut there
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Hiii iii IH M aI ro 1I- m ll always
hold their ow on l tlhelr mner'it, alnd
,ilki dlamoids. llarl' il and gd4 alre
inuver out of faitjilon. Tlihew are thois
of the aInblI, (Ilho stil, lihe beanvor (l1'
pneii's fur eoats), the etO otter and tIh
sliver fox; and next after these are n
llt of iat lent twt'lve "with -power to
add to their numilber," whilli, though
I1uijoct to th11o llnutuatliloc of fashion.
arn anionag thin inot I nautlful of ait-
l ral ortinnlntl, nl d addltlons ltllke to
Scoimfort and to costume. Among those
secondary hilt uost chairlinin furs.
maIy of which nre expenlsve eonulh
to intake then luxuries, the narten-or
Canadian sable, chlnchillai. nink, flahl
er, skunk, Arctic fox, monkey. niutrl,.
and the red cnnaillan or Manlaucbrlat
fox and crols fox are all daeervli tg t.
a very high pinae.
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I'tloIeIN or expert an to 114 IP ex rpI ary A.loetlpos., '
ineinllt Iailde In thI lime of ireet andl In N.w Z'aland the secetaiertfth"
itorageg rweepllngl s fu e.,I. Hli has cal- I ceunrles have forted an ergainlM-
culnte t lhat tfher woiiltl Iii 800,000 flortn lutn hatv held ai lnstiltite. lhe
culll yards a yenil u 111 could be. ,,uggenlion ctontaned In the formnatlot
utlilhgod rJy thi,! rlw Ilr-n" fel ith of this organistilon will donhtleis be
mnalug of Ilt w .tlfr.llI tl..at pWit at'led upon elalqwbe re and will result
fil" fuel It was E.1l.1,',0l i t powerI closer lrwing together of these
enough to light 727. hlniim of 2000l Interests. In this coontry the oreamu -
canille ptowcr t-aili rhfda i yil'lr could be
hlialed. onmtlmssioer Woodu erry anaen lser li d tltes hohl about ie.-
will irl the fel. andll t l allonced Irame rel tlatl eleatloen o the cream-
that oe a( rrtngeIlenit f or i uset of orl s that the e cretarl do In b .wl
IachIneiry of Ihe vlaly o generate a aei sladeI. it crtainly would be s 6 p T
sell inwr r for Iir tlug latlons in e dmiclle oi t ohe manager I thr oe i
llfc ivnl r miliply tinllrllnent r il s h,, A,

p .lurst.i' I'rstldtenl. the lerlvce. '
Arthilt ilirctl,n tIn Dthefbhw1'. "" tj"
ri'iieuha of L.iber ia Is of Dtir .Afi- tine of Nwlti-e' Trt T
ilnll slo-k, Wornt Ili Jamalea, WbMt hbi It Is well kuown that naga ni
purellts enirltel to the Rica ihear a( close iesaei mbltheb -tI
pIIlle when hn wils illll a. Sbd. H. wiRs ianl other tainll. i, .-
has lireitly held several loi 'rnslitnl o t'oubt that InhS i til ',J t .'c"
pusillon IOhlldri., lnonfl t tow those of 101lo aiut ,th *1, tllWl'l ,i n .,
poMtrmater.t-gtni ril sand lttary l tilheI sl etie ., Qrt' ;te klnot 'srl
the treausiiry. At hik .jllfu ration., % nsrklPi ^ which larclay will b Iream the thilrleeni ll gluliu"d oll. t is tS-
preeldpot slice LibrriA ecb ao lade' "' *1lves in thofi
pendnl nl I1 7.. U eertalu kind of
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TbO mait mWho to -
Ibaw~n wt.be int b
too,


W rf ',be rounrl n.i ', o,.m i
Shat lie sliller, .

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SThe Gaill wicPAW tar STOCKTON AND +ALIAFERRO. ment; but there are many cases l*4 m T ftllflO nfftKW Tt
S I he Tampa Daily Timies,- one of where it is the only thinf. that will
D. H. GODWIN, the papers which is having a great 'touch the spot.' For children, we e H ave U
Editor an l Proprietor. deal to say against Honl. Jno. N. do not believe in it; for them love
R.nt.e( .- -----. C. Stockton, accusing him of re- should do and will d6-everything. $ In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
Entered April 2., Iti'(3, at cnGaiesville, sorting to profanity at PuntiGorda, But how are you goiig -to appeal inok "up-to-date" Shoes for Meneiv
Fla., as second-clas,m., iu.,ttr, delrAct of and giving Senator Taliaferro the with love to a man who has lost ing p-to-date Shoes for Men,
Congress Ma..rclh .;, l-. lie, like other Taliaferro organs every shred of self-respect and who Women and Children, at popular .I
Published every Tiie.,lav rand Friday, have not even attempted to show has repeatedly flung to the winds prices and of the best makes. -TO GET--..
at $1.00R a enr lu lance. that the many charges preferred every sacred consideration?
25 Cents for Three nliolh I ton are untrue. to whip himn-not of course in a i'
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A nvmre s,.lv. r's Mlany a voter who has heard this way to injure him, but merely to Particular attention to the Ladies AT--
Local Readers in brvee tve, ,en. ranting about Stockton giving the sting lum, and wake him up to his ulr at
a liueforeacl insertion. lie to Taliaferro now for a full responsibilities. We send thous- "Brockport" and Mens 'All Amnie-- rAOABLE
Space for displihy alvti.-, at.inI. pIicrl week, are beginning to ask tl'ein- auds of our best young men off to ica" and "Walk O,ver" grades. I KlEA
onil application. selves-and others-such questions the wars to be shot and cut to O r
as follows: "If that affidavit that pieces, and it is a very sickly sort J. D M atheson
Surely "the way of the transgrss- Stockton read at Punta Gorda of sentiment that hesitates so to 9 at e o ,
,or is hard," but many of them are about our junior Senator's grocery give a harmless physical rebuke to $ hoeB and Leaite t q ine$Ville,I Ffl u
s..ow to believe t. business and the secret freight and reprobates who are dull to every
To be a success as a school town drayage rebates to the amount of other sort of argument. Whipping be t1 110 3
L ake C ity h as b ut on e m ore tl ing several l th ou sand s o f dollars a sh would not be kept solely for w ife _____________,____,__________.______ -------
to do-close her saloons. month while lie has been our Sena- beaters and drunkards but should -.--.-----.. '--------- *.*.... ...
tor isr not true, why are the Sena- be held out as au indcucemrent for all TA.. i LU *&
In politics, as in everything else, tor and his supporters not denying other continuous offenders to re- IF
there are two sides to all questions it? If it ik true can the Senator form. -*
-the wrong side and your side. serve the people's interests as he '"This is a radical view and per- L J ^T XM 2%y ,
should, while being so favored by baps the majority of the public will Schedule Fffective June 28, i. ,3. l
Yesterday's Metropolis showed the corporations? If the Senator is not accept it; but from our study --- --- -- --
Broward out after the "cracker" 1not opposed to the primary system, of the question we believe firmly 9 5a 2 o1p 3 1 op Lv .T.. .ckii vill IN ,, 5 '
vote, but R. W. Davis was aging the only system that gives the that a good course of lickings io 15 8 55p 3 41p . Ilaldwiii ,, i. !
the game. masses a voice in the selection of would straighten tip many men who 6 p to 45P 5 3P A ...... Wald"o 0.1a '- ll
--- e f a their public servants, why does he, are now supposed to be morally too . 5 36p Lv 1 r 7 S 0 .. .
beautiful Jno I. Stetsoiin niver- and his supporters, not show that weak to govern themselves." 6p 55P Ar ...... ..ilver spring .5 2 >
So. Mr. Stockton has misrepresented 58P 12 53 . l . l' Kinds 11 Fresh
sity Bulletin, with the announce- him ii tht particular? If wht DIVORCE 4000 YEARS AGO. 2 55p 2 3a . V.ihlwood -. 3.,1 i 5"Pp
ment for 191(3.'1)t part ar i rlanolo . 7 .. 2 -a
Stockton said about a gold demo- It may please divorces to know 4 14P 4 8a ... ile Cii . o ,p 1. I
It can hardly be doubted that Sir crat secretary of the treasury with how history repeats itself after a 5 71P 5 39a . nt C a .. M T
Lipton has nhabandoned all hope of drawing deposits from a national lapse of 4000 years or more. Di- 7 28p 21 46a l. .I te 3' ; : ,
defeating the Reliance with his bank of which he was president, vorce is no new thing. King 7 .15 12 30p ". v .. .p .
Sham-rock, but ho may try a real and putting the money in one of Khammurrabi of Assyria, whose NORTH 'Ar 1 :N iW k. .N
rock the next time. which Mr. Taliaferro was president date is B. C. 2200, had a code, --- .. : ,...\- 5- ------. i U] e an
because Stockton dared to support which has been recently deciphered Lv Jacksonville. ... .. ,s a7 Ip lv Jack.'nville .. tlop "i
Read the new game laws in to- lryan-the then candidate of the from a pillar at Susa, dealing ex- fAr Fernandia .... .511 9 .ti t Ar like ity .. ....5 p.a
day's STAR andi see if you have Democratic party-is not true, why haustively with the subject. The Ar Savannah op i sun i AL..u -i ...,) 1 .- 1 5
been -volating them, and if you do Senator Taliaferro and his sup- London Times gives one of the Ar Denmark .. 7P : .'.) a Ar a ... ..... ., .O j
have been, why, quit it; right im- porters let the statement go un- most interesting clauses in the fol. Ar Columbia . 5 72op 3 55p Ar" Quinicy. . p7l' ea e a.
mediatelyy, if notsooner. challenged? lowing: "If the wife of a man i Hamletr p .S nA ..ti.o5oh . .. PHOoE 41.
After all that has been said pro Yes, the above are some ques- who dwells in that man has set her Ar Wilmington .... 2 ..5p Ar u le ....... .... a
After all that has been said pro Ar southern Pines Sp 9 3a Ar Nu brncas....................7 21A
and con, it really seems that the tions the voters are beginning to face to go forth, and impoverished Ar Raleigl ... 153P ,, 5a I. Jck,oiville P
race for the governorship is to be answered, and if they are not his house, they shall call her to ac- Ar Portsmouth . ;i oa, 5 35P.1- Ar A11c M ......0 .'a i
between Davis and Mays, and answered soon, but all that can be count. If the husband shall say I Ar ashington ..... : .a p C, Itt ooga...... _,. p.2,t
vis seems at present to be con- heard talked about by the Talia- put lier away, lie shall pt her Ar Btaltiuaore ...... 25a1 : N i.I v ll . . 9 2I-
v "a"bAr Philadelphia ... 36p 2 :,,.a .qt l.._ ,~ ......7 ,. .
derably in the lead. ferro papers is the terrible charge away She shall go her way; for Ar New York ... e 15p 6 30,- 2l- .. y ; .a ESTABLISHED 1809. "
that Stockton gave the lie to Talia- her divorce he shall give her noith. ., ,
t Connections lor Paliuett,, Mla natee. 4 I j t S m l 51, .cT 0lSatiir-
It is very probable that the Stet- ferro, is it not reasonable to pre ng ." It will be observed that it days, from taiiesvillec. F. D U TTO N & CO
son-Forbes controversy will soon stime that thinking voters may de is only women who can he divorced; Train No. 3.1, Seaboard Express, ,Ira. in iroci'n Pullrinaii sicipei-, between
.:' T Iampa, Jacksonvilleand Ne VYork, V lva iRichminniil ain.l \ ;asinlgtou, VestibuledLI
be settled, nnd just as we have all cide that after all, the wort thing husads are no put away. day coaches letwefrn Jacksoiiville i.I W\'..igtiion,. via k.i.-iiiniiI. .l'e iia Cotto D part e t
the time believed it should be set- about that was that the halnl-hli And here the benefit of living in car service from Jacksonville. -On r. AINEV
S. No. 66, Seaboard Mail, daly coaches. mail, liaggage .n. I express cars letwen '
tled-by a change of the pircsiden- words were said iti the presence ofi tlhii centttiry A. D o) cItSI-s into vi,. w.l Jacksonville and 1Washinigtoni, mul dtaving rou10o I'lliii.i.n leepr l, Cet.,-L.n JIaL'k-
cy of the Stetson University. ladies, and that the latgutag, w; Nvivvtleless, it is cheering to tiil kon'vrlle anti New Vork. ilor iii. ilifr f10i H h t Ii iln
y No. 55 connects at Stark for I.nCros., .A.\.nhtli W illif -.. ---... Ulll)rliialneiltary? liht li'icv i si c 1is lmtIm lrutuiroOm l l int mediate points, audi( atL Archer witlih -IIlIBird Iranich.i
If the Tamipa Daily Times is as All press accounts of the affair IntIion. aild King Klinniniuirrali's Nos. 56 and 57, l'ulliman sleeper Iec-tween New Orlenns amd Jacksoniivlle.
Steamers for Key West and Ilavaiia. --LeaveP Iortn "'ianilpn ul.LyT "l'.sdra- aI In Seed. or Lint, Large or Small Quantitie
careless in every respect as it is are agreed o one poit, i. e., th one point, i. e., they siljects w' si is torn doines. Tinrsday i ll. In Seed
when printing editorial paragraphs all say that Taliaferro said that the tic imlelicit',. .,s w..fl .is this A 0. CON.U,' I.I.Ast t, ill. g, Jack vie a Advances made Warehouse free.
from THi STAR and crediting smon.ey for which the Times-Union *vmunger gtc, an. --losmon charges
them to our morning coutemmporary was sold went into Stockton's pock- Ilemhl. titade by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
it wonit do to rely upon for facts. et, and that it was that charge tha, TME DRUNKARD's WILL.
The preachers, lawyers, doctor., Stockton denounced as a lic. Noce Not long ago, in a New YV judges, merchants, politicians and of the accounts of the affair that w, hotel, ou g ma1 ;ddictuld to e 1.-- 7-- ESTAttLSHED1880 ,e
others, will soon be retu, intg from dha've read have had in them any- strong drink who took his life, anil .* I i., HE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPAN
their vacations and tiankizng lhe thing to show that anyone except left the following paper, headed, I Gainesville, Florida.
editors for the nio c things theyi Seator Taliaferro accuses Mr. "My last will and testament." The question of title a first consideration for the investor
hve bdto r saif g abot t thiiii while Stockton of pocketing anl no '-'V I' leave to society a ruimied To any piece of landin Alacha Conuty
,lon,.ed I,.o,,, tlhe ' they were awav and for sending lried fromn the sle h ,,I leave to my father and motll- Wm tako pil- Iasur TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. All business given prompt an
them copies of their pIapers, and nion, and unti tere ib more or as much misery as, in their announcing that we have Attention.
nome of the returns may .subsecilhe p oa given than the bare assertion fecble state, they can bear. a B. R. COLSON, Manag
t n pe t olf the Senatlor, we see no reason "I leave to myt)' brothers and sis- juSt put in a new line of ,.*"
six monthinpsh hvb Stockton's osd should not go trs the teuory of my mi.-spent Moulding and lthe latest -- ss mM ^
A lawi. as far.a, Tahli erro's,aud while the I leave to my wife a broken improved machinery for ,;"--^.S^-9^.ee ^ ^ ^ ^
unity unless it is eniirceil. --St.. inthat one 0of the gentlemen has anty memory that their father fills a making frames to order. P llIT Responsible Compan
Augustine Record. naanatage over the other, so far s Idrunkard's grave, anrd has gone to m7 akn fa e t Correotly Written P
SCorrect you are: that is con- this particuhr charge and denial is a drtinkard's hell." e expect to cary a full
tentdont exactly, and if we have concerned. Such deeds as the young man line of mouldings and I.." l' t i oti0 n Liberality of Contra
laws that are had, o' unjust, we e notice that the anti-Stockton comunlitted are not tuncommton, frames and we invite e cover thee i t points ae fi
should repeal them, and not desire politicians are trying 'very hard to Stmch wills as hle left are being e In e cover these important points ad respect
our officers to perjure lelimselves detract attention from charges written every day. Every man your inspection of same. I Solicit a share of your business.
bI neglecting to dlo i tied iem. naaist Taliaferro-witwthlut even nd woman of ordinary intelligence We do not think it / FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURAN
All laws should be enforced (,r me- d ilyig thmemniaud the' seem to truth when p i to mor i I A ENT AND H E
pealed-a law that i. to lad, to ,e think they will do so by harping on we say it, and yet some (God pity possible to produce more .1 E
enforced is too baA to exi.st. liat they call Stockton's unparlia- theem) are so completely given over artistic or finely finished i ,'_ ,


..he editor of TI STA n 'lenta.r- language at Punta Gorda, to the eneny of all good that they
The edito of STAr cn h Punta Gorda ey ortraits than we do. or ale ad Lock p y.
always spare : little space lln which t this scheme will not work; the really seem to derive pleasure front
to chroas sicle n litt oo taceig ih voters will have to know something speaking unkindly of all who have We Wallt your trade and Te itoris the best safe made, and parties
two candidates. for one and the more about the charges niade the moral courage to oppose the sa- if the best work and the plating the purchase of a safe madr aid partiesn
same office may sil\ -:,1,0t each against "our business Senator" be- loons. lowsecurebox t e purchase of a safe or anything in that line,
other. Theo e thingscdon hil n fore they condemn Jno. Stockton Gainesville should invite the can- OWESt p aatione wll sc re i vaulrt.il on conss
other. eseyoi thiknow, al Wle Ial- beyond the hope of pardon for be- didates to come here al d speak. it we ill have it. on ceerfully fnrshed. Callon or address
wti yo ki n publish t ling one of two Senatorial candi- Jst let it be known that Stockton, Our Studio is always Cn il
ways glaid to publish ,clOi Stit a Cushman & Hi1]
.i. J s ates who slightly flew off the lhn- Taliaferro, Jennings, Uarrs, Alex-
der, can ae for Congre d at Punta Gardo. ander, Clark, Davis, Mays, 3rown,pen to visitors e AINESVILLE
"'J. M. l. ~, ,,one of the best THRASHINU NEEDED. Broome, Crawford, and a host of invite your order in per- -':.'egggg gggg..-..
'ilenl i ilu;, i. i al excellent The following, fior the St. other candidates are to be in Son or by mail. Give us "-
fellow,, h Iunl,' t, Congress." Petersburg Times, expresses our Gainesville on any giver day, and
IHon T. M. h:.,.,.. calihidate for sentimentts with reference to the everybody else-who caln come- a trial Order at least. (aineSVille f w
Congress sai'. Vj. Alex.i'nder best method of defiling with habit. will be here also. Would it not be Respectfullyv,
is a splendid fkllow, utI like himit ual drunkards, wite-beaters and a good idea for our merchants to Time Table in effect July 5. 1903.
very much, but it'-. tnl. ll,, to go other such cancers on society: interest themselves in the alter? 1ARRETT ART CO ., .
to Congress." "While the old whipping-post The people would like to see andul Roms 11 and 1 ,> 6 No.. .* o i. 'yo .
Il several of our h. similar instruments of corporal hear the candidates. Lets invite cept Daily. I Da STATIONS. Daly. Daily
haseve recently notir cxcl nts ~. Iilunisuent were often abused, yet them to come. i Qllllar LaC .chanq,, ,ay.I
a re rec ItyI le t hel feeling that a good ita inesvilleF la. 1.P'. I w .A
the early closing hours inetal "ot elpeelig that a It is now claimed that a wouder- ainesv e, : Fla.
orida cities nd own l l t sical thrashing wo d be ful antedeluvian lnimnmoth has M' -- -- -- -. .... ....... a.rh .......... .....
.half holiday (Wednesday or Tur. s wholesome kind of moral been discovered in Sibera, and --.- --------- -- -i a n ..... ...
day afternoon) during the week or so of A after a year's labor and much ex- Is it not a little peculiar that the .. tlt .i." t. .: "- ."... ........ ; ..........
Every body seems to ie pleaded l d wo beats his wife and pense safely placed in the museum, papers which are trying so hard to t .iies.and. ion t- hei.Flori'a n ...
with the idea of clo-ing business be i bedla of his in e cannot of the Imperial Academy of St belittle Hon., John Stockton be- i aes a e w otwil ln to.oria .. .. --. "-
houses early in the evening, aind of pielated by af y teistg Ot Petersburg. Scientists estimate cause of one alleged unpariament- I with Stocktonin to "otl give fair" ........ .....
nobody seerstobject to closing ill .If cothat the beast, entombed by a laud- ary utterance at Pttuita Gorda have ckto their i fll ,sIl



obod c em st o W hec tcloin "Whi n a a il is in-a er tact. Wyfpot estimate uthat the way some of the Taliaferro papers see if th dol, 'l -l
ufrom- ol' O' \'\ ," ,or" i1"' wo rets "robb fa their sd i .dhas been packed up for 2,000 s so co hlt was done and said dd "te p e S .. .1. .. 8 1g
ry bu ^ian d yau mt closie na trs po w ll centuries, ad s o rIt tel Is at enta Gorda t Would natural Hurraha for o Fayettey county! S ? i
upfrom mep Ple'l .a' c ae oid- s elss. tathleMhifre hl conclude U gt Stoctoniwent all She don't want a Wels e'l -ssst c IAN X.& s
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