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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 4, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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VL ORIDA, aRIDAY. SEPTHMBER -4, 1903


B IND TI R L)II: lN GOPHER MOLE.
BLIND TIGE S Colored Man Loses lls Life In Pur-
suit of a Gopher.
IN COURT AGAIN s..ui.t.Ofr.
IN Mr. 0U t. 1Br.aut, a highly respected
S Ucitien of line l'Tr-ler section of the
--- county, was a business visitor to Gaintes-
Wea l ville Tuesday, and while here he related
Wesley_ 1all. I1dl M0se JOlltlntl to The S'ar repoi ter the peculiar circum.
the Victims This TimeC, stances which recently lead to the death
of an old negro nan in his neighborhood,
S, The circumstances were aboutitas follows:
SLL UNDER BOND ALREADY. edesdy of last week aror
.Strodder, an old colored man who lived
S, ---" near Traxler. in this county, and who
Johnson Before the Mayor and been cotlaini g of feeling unwell,
Johnon Bere the ayor and told his fe that he wanted somic chick-
Justice-.Sam Duke and Ed en soup, but later he decided that hepre-
Johnson the Bondsmen feared gopher soup. He then started for
Sthe woods, saying to. his wife that. he was
Mose Johnson, colored, was arraigne. going to get a gopher: Night came on
before His fHonor Mayor Thonmas tand the hunter did not come home.
Wednesday morning on the charge of Thursday morning came and yet he had
selling whiskey, ami, .., i., tlie sii l it itt.niic ld. ends began searching
customll iln stch CRase, ili '.i t'f'tiil 11 II, li.i.
claimed that lie did ii-t cl lt~the Ii llkt\. lie %%., ,ooiJ fJoundI near the home of
but gave it away. MRI. ( is BrN ant, his feet and legs pro-
After hearing the ea .delnci aiu ll-,il- t .iiing fmouti a gopher hole where tlhe
ering the sanle, tite niisor smnt. r m nee. l .'1: .h i fallen inl on his head and boily,
Johnson to pay a fitiZ" of i5..', ,r *sritk .im ,int lIre he must have died a horrible
sixty days on the streets .1,.th.i.
WESLEY IHAI.I. I-P mli'NIINl i31 Iyi nt had the coapse of the i1n-
Wesley Hall, colore.,l, iwh, wi,.it. Il I A' L' i .lct ia" lnken from the u11-
- fore His Honor Judge Col-iin Mon. l1,y. altll ltt grave, asl al examination of the
and got case postponed ilnil W'i'ttl I,:-v ly a11l .urroundings seeume to intdi-
day because of the alleged absence iof ':te tiat t e old man lhad crawled into
"tnaterial" witnesses,w-s. again rrriaiiin .l i go' lier s cave hoping to secure the
before Judge Colimaii Wedlnesday, rid I "'m1mJect of hbs hunt withomit Ihaving so
his attorney, J. A. Carlisle, le eiil ,I i,"" 'ci ligg~ug to do, but while in the
have the case again pIostlploued lt '., e lnt hole te earth fell in onl lin anid
he said a materiall" m.tues,-one mkloe ""'i" Il't't .1 Lhm to death.
Tohnson-was incnrcenrated ill tihe C0L1111
'ohnsno--was incrirerateml imi thu c t A Letter From an Indian.
jail, and therefore could not i e Iad. i A L r Frounal, published a
(This Mose Jobluson is the same iegro ''The itly Iliian Journal, published at
who had just been con icted ift lie emay- Isl. aLlia, I T.. is edited by an Indian,
or's court, and sentenced to pa) f5o, and mn1 f i' am ecemt issue of the paper the
work on the streets sixty days, foi -ell- II'llowim'g i-, *' eli as a sample of tlhe
ing whiskey hiuirelf.) Uut attorney lui "'.,i"gps of Inditui correspondents who
the State, B. A Thrasher, counle.uded I I" ilili to the papei.
that the case should be proccelded m.th I i'kei is a ine di:ik, ami it seems
and the necessary legal stels ..ere fallen ilike et' vlbodly likes a diink; bt I know
to bring Johnson into coui,. andmml I ; whlikL i s aI niurdeier andl a robber, too,
the sheriff went for him lie "was oit I an it tke- all thei money away from a
ing to secure bond, so tis io LlI'l.II'l 1h goes to o,. an
circuit court, ani tile com i l(,t,,, ,l | bc-m a tuu m goets to to ,i. and
till 2 o'clock p. um. i '" lt, ife le is going to get such
Si I 1, i .,nil I .o his m;iFe would dei 'nd on
A.rai.NoiN .- 1 J iii t .l i his chilirenl but when he
At the afternoon sess.i< k- .\i,1i .\ ,. I.., k h .o,1,1 be drutlk and his w; fe
Carlisle represented e i le dfenlhl i .in.l I ,. I., ,, L nit .aul nlso his children be-
Attorneys Thrasher lad Irmmii, tIli ,. I, .mimne lnli' drunk anud broke.
State. *II-., ii. .iet a l,iskey is a bhal thing.
Andrew Brisband, nil ciglhti en *\nc r. ,,l, irn'llaIs, don't Ltouchl nor
old mulatto boy swor. lie li b''igil ol I 11, .,,l ie 0 .m- eV 1t1i you will get
pint of re whiskey from We ,lley Il, .\ ,,l io,. IInvcr have seen a whis-
and paid Hall 25 ceiits for tiht ,.i .li,,,kei fail to get poor, and always
Several other witnesses werc ex.minli.-., I ,.l ,, .i, r ,t ii.t is life.
among whom were thr lieaitli, imiir,; .l i u -,, .' ml whiskey myself, about
and night policeman, aHII their e vule.m-: *..':l Ii,.t n sm n go, aiinl I quit ever
was bad for the prisoner liall wa.- ili put on ti e stand and smiore he lii il n.it i' ,1 11, I n it g twt? Yao r friend,
sell any whisky, and that tile wlii-k-4 Jl BI RARNIt'r'."
found in his place by the officers wiis It' .
his, and that he did not knois it i,,; I ree Mall Delivery for Gainesvllle.
there until found by the olllcer.s I m rn sIi. delivery for this city is now
It will be remembered llim Ill .s .aniiI I- m .t ei it i I is 1PosLtmuster ,\rnow has rC.-
gro, when he was being tried for i simi m t ItI following letter:
lar offense several weeks ago, tol, til 'W i 1,nm9gt'o8i, A 2ig9st 19, 1903.
same kind of unreasonable andl iiiInlur- 1 1' li .1. Arnmow, Pos ulaster,
al story. If he is to be belief ed it seeu l. m.ii ui s i lle. Flal.
that a blind tiger can be run iln hit- little 'it -'T'1h otlice is in receipt of a re-
barbershop continually without Ihs p ort fi ti Ihe inspector who recently
knowledge--strange if true 'vli,,eed yo( olfice and investigated the
ED ,ND 10! J-IISeN i t utiii of eJlablo;ihing a city delevery
ED A-ND MOUSE JCOlNSON
Ed Johnson, the readyy bon.lsnan i e.'c noe.t s te imguration of
the negro who is today on more bonds n lie re onmed s the inauguration of
b-d ti man ehe e, 'ce as soon as the work of num-
blind tier cases thau even a ugood um l Ie, ..,,g tIe lliones annd posting signs at
should be taken oil unless he wts worth iLesecis of street ts completed.
more, was introduced anid wore hard for I'poln receipt of infor uatlon to this effect,
the prisoner. Mose Johnson, the aIegr who wai fined 500oo Wednesday morning delivery .crvice at Gainesville. Very
for selling whiskey, was then introduced i resrcctfll\
and swore that the whslkey found in .
_J. L. rRISTOW.
Wealey Hall's shop was hi(Mose Hall's) ".FoumI. h .it. P. M. General."
butwouldnot tell where le got it. lie ..
also showed plainly that he was for clear- Markey Given Five Years.
ing his fellow prisoner at uall cost. Ie V\'hlml.,' i, Ga., Sept. 2.--George Mar-
seemed to be a perfectly "fixed" wjtnies' ke', the traveling man who was found
WESL'Y HArI,L oUND o0 Iii. uitlly of pe.jury at Jasper last week, was
After the attorneys hall addressed the sentence I to five years in the peuitenti-
court briefly, the couit decided to binial ry yesterday, by Judge laelmer. The
the prisoner over to the circuit *.ourt in sentence .: s imposed after a motion for
the su. of $2oo, and informed the tde-" a new trial wis argued and overruled.
pendant's counsel that the bond miuust be MIarkey's atlo .leys immediately gave no-
a good one. Sam Duke and F 1 Johnson tice that the case would lie carried to tile
became the sureties and thI prisoner w;' .Supcmae C'ourt. and his hond was fixed
released, $b,500 penrling ihat hearing.
GOT ON Alforceltcltt of the vagrancy law has
GOT JOHtNSON AG.\ IN .1"-' '- B /
As soon ce Johnson, who had appealed been taken up here and several arrests
from the Mayor's court decision was re. bee ni le va'raire sn last
leased on bond, he was promptly arrested wmoleale, e .it of te vagrant havingce last
by deputy Sheriff Pinkoson, to be tr;el Sat, rdai, a score or more of them havon-g
by the State aulhorities. Today (F.:ilay) gone to Florida and Alabama.-Jackson-
was set for a hearing before Judge Col e Metrolis
man, and Sam Duke and E Jol.lnsoio Will Build Road.


weuc on Isi noma aio 'lth in seo usaytehado


went on his bohtd, also. While iti sassiou Tuesday the board of
Dr. V4ughn Here. cou,1 y connm;6sioners decide .d to do the


STICE I NEWS ROM TRENTON.
JU TICE IS larrlago of Prominent Voung Couple
-School Closed-Other News.
BEING OUTRAGED "l Sept. :--OU Sept.
11BEING OUTRAG witsu quiett wedding at trenllton. The
contracting parties were Mr. HoNer
Love and Miss Josie Gay, and the teatuti-
The People Are Becoming Sick Cut but solemn ceremony way performed
and Very Sore. by lon, .W. W. Colson. The grooml is
the ve'. popular son of on., T, J. Love
-- of Jettuings Lake, and the bride is tlhe
TH STRAW BOND ,NUISANCE I accomplished and popular daughter of
THE STRAW BOND NUISANCE l1on-X-W. R. Gay, one of the most promhi-
nent'citizens of the western, portion of
the county.
Good Bonds flust Be Required The bride wore beautiflit white, and
If Crime Is to be Checked the groom was attired in the regular con-
--Hlow is Ed Johnson. vensional black. The happy couple
leaves today for High Springs, where
Justice is being outraged in Alachua they will spend a few days and then pro-
county today, Too many of the sympa- ceed to tell, where their future home
thizers with criminals are being allowed will be. The bestwishes of the writer,
to go oil cr:uiual boniis, so that the "anl ollter friends, will follow tlhea
ciLiuuals mrtay go their w.iy alnl conulimiam helievecr they usay go.
inl their crhiSinala acts. inc olt Ile most successful tcinii. of
\'e do not mean to cast amny tellecLion stlhool ever tatight at Trenton closed last
on any official, but iiuiply to cail Ipublic I: lda'y. It was taught by I'rof. J. A.
attention to a seiions muatue- that is he'llg (i 1)nol. ulle of the coiunty'sablet., teaclh-
couiuiete'ed upon privately, by lnaiii.iv eri iof wlihom we are t proml.
our best citizens, andw wbithi is anl e\l I ISe Sumiannee School I union of liar-
that should le remeiedied. na.'y l;.,, t issooiitiotn imet wth tihe
Unfortl iiately Aluchliia coln:i i .vi. ino Jm,~,ion thurlich Fridnay niid lasted till
county court, or crimlinp i! Ct, coI, Cf SiI. l','. he lu ion w ll c;I onivetne will
aul the blind tiger cas,'s that i., bei,.g P icilla ]hilitist church i..alRy before the
brought before the county Jmlike an11l ji'- ne:-.lt fifth Sunday, andl continue three
tices of the pence canl unot lie diti:.pseil ot i.t ,Ians. Every h(Idy is co0ulinily i invited.
these courts, but where tie levileiicc is (iuevle lna-
[Iouuer [.ove \ isied (raiueav.lle alon -
considered sufficient Io convict the oiler.- di lie inansacted business .lit tlhe
dlers can only be boliud over to the -- oit y' Ji l|e.
cult court. In some of these cases wer
tilik the amount of bonuid required is in- Tll nhe lnelo' s friends of Miss' mma
sufficient, and in some inbtauces ne.i Hie Willeins who has baen under the cre
accepted as bondmien whlo should not le of lil1A siciain in Thomasville, Ga., is lut-
accepted pov n, aind will soon be able to come
accepted.
hither saloon uien o1 negiocs ite ol- home.
uost inva.lably the bolismtcen, aind they W' IIire not having so much rain now,
are they who are known to be inl sYmvpa.m- and1 er is going off rapidly, hiut crops
th) witu the fellows who are violating are badly ilsinaged.
the law, alnd in some instancvs ate heliev Dr. Moore to St. Augustlne.
ed to be in colluion with the illicitL ven-
ders. Whether IlIis be true or ,nI. the I )r I.. W. Moore, editor of the ilorhila
actions certainly justify the helief tlHnt .:lhrislian Aldvocate, left yesterday for SI.
such is tmlie cale. AuiSimitinte. Ironi which plaice he will go
Iu t a worthless ,imgo be mbrouihl 1 mout l nlboit twenty miles, oil the St. Aigus-
fore the cominittllu.g nmagistraste oin u I mii nion, aminl preach Sundty. rhis
charge of selling whiskey and if ithl evi- wvs the fi i t charge Dr. Moore hail alter
device is sufficient to holld liIn fuora g'aii ie came t, I loridla, and where le often
jury investigation, his attorney procce.is mlel i lgl water to get to his ap-
to htr to have the Ionid madiie ionlv I oin 1 timLie*m"- .
nouitl oneh d the oe no lTh is ib In e Doctor's first visit to the
nouiiiial one, and theti soine necglno i .
better than 'he crimitual lo ae bonded is nlli'h4oi since lie had charge of it, t,,ia it
there ready to uiqke the ie. nay affi- is sale to any that the meeting of frirner
there ready to uaiice th" tMc'sceav am-
davit, go on the honil ansi let the I li l laor tand flock will be a hHppy' one.
tiger coon go back to liquor selling. Will Draw Jurors.
Tle same offender many Iet up for s.ellhKg te,
a.ain w'iuhin. a week, al thie sa me On S:teinler 12, Clerk Denton v.11
again wilhin a week, and tile snituc aw l e granlsllpetit Jurors o ei,e
oasimn is usually remily inw tie grand andl petit jurors to sei .e
ods, a is usually ra ly t o 1 hi s1 ant the fall tnrm of the circuit court Ituiand
bolttl, aIIhI is loo olleln ncceplenl aa b0lols-
bo.t, i mist ooft acee Ias h.omils- for Alchlua county. Court will convene
nuaiI. T'hie fact that tlicme "'Ihally lboilis-
meln" are as willhag to go ont i ol ffeme thli year ,on u l'esday, October 6, aid all
b ad a second time as he is lte li st thime who will have business at court will do
well to remuemnber that the fall te ait con-
is sufficient proof that lie is no bette r nes I t e of ec
than the nmaa for whom he standid, ond
hlm'reloforc.
causes many to believe i he is a parmtlc in heretofore.
the cPime. For Sheriff.
Ed Johnson is a "'handy bolndMl iian,l" To the Voters of Alachua (County:
and many believe he is furnishimig money I hereby announce myself a condlidate
to other negroes here to sell liquor. le for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
is o more bo ha a other one per- acti of the lext Deocratic primary.
is on more If elected, I rnnise to discharge the
son here. We are not sure how many he tiess of the o ice to the very best or mu
is on, but he was on several before he ability, and I solicit thie support of a
and S. V. Duke went on two others last voters alt tIe polls.
Wednesday. The editor of The Star is Respectfully, C. ,m
not alone in the opinion that he should
be taken onl no lmoe cileininal bonds un- Charles V. lcQueen of Lexinglon was
less the amount of propeCiy on which lie in the city Tuesday on business.
pays taxes is sufficient to enable hin to Miss Maude Miller of Kauapalha, was
qualify as bondsman in so many cases. shopping in (Galneaville Tuesday.
It is claimed by some that if a intan ^Mr. 11. D. Scott of Melrose was ia the
owns property enough to enable hIii tio city on business one day this week.
honestly qualify as a bondsman in one
case_ hecnbago-o- i m 2) 0 Cents a day saved will grow to
case he can be a good londsulan Iln all ,y %;0In ,; ot .& M MAr. t
number of cases, and be on all the bounl l
at the ane time, but such a clai ispre Miss Wiona Godwin, of e, arrived
posterous. It is also claimed-aud some in the city yesterday to visit f..euds.
opicials seem to ihink- f a iman swears II. R. Slater of Newberry was transii
he is worth the required amount he m'st'r acting business, in (;aineaville Tuesday.
be accepted, but this is not t une; it Is ''ie J. J. Wi;pliam lIa ret ned from a visit
dluty of the official who approves the to f,ends and relatives ii South Carolina.
bond to know that it is good, and it is an .'. D. WaRner andml B. 1i. Jordan i are
easy matter for the ollicial to know amoug the recent retuinars from New
search the records--a man may have a York.
million dollars in cash, or his w;fe IaY Coumity Surveyor Jas. Croxton of Mica-
own millions in houses, lands, or goodl, noiy was a Iruslneos visitor to Gaiieas-
but if he has not in his own name cone .t ville Trueslay.
able property of the value of tihe aunount of
the bond over and above all legal ec- Capt. J. S. Duins, a pronmient cltlen s
p oo, of Alrtchuas, was transacting business in
eumptiona he is no good as a honldsuaiten, e
even though he swears lie is.
Gentlemen, whose dulty, and in whose Wal.er puld Lee Hall of Gaiuesville are'
power it is, set down owu "straw boudls." :'lm"ong ilarry Turner,-l-evy Times-
Let the violators know list they nualt r)eutoc,at, September j.


furnish good bonds or go to ja:l, audl Old newspaper, suitable for wrapping
there will soon be a noticeablle fillingt olf purpose, 15 cts. a. hundred or 25 for 5
r loo e c i o lcs., at THE STAR officer.
in the number of offenses against the law, c. at T TA ce.
the arresting ollicers will feel encouraged, lIon. J. M. Rivers and family have re-
and outraged justice will cha-nge her tuanfd from White Spi;ngs, where they
frown for a smile. enjo ed a pleasant outing.


Dr. C. W. Vaughn, Ph. D., the new s hard road ulln wlln roa a- liss Ruby iawkin, one of thebest
ptipOI of" the Gaieuville Graded a e Ichinerd fruL (;aiues~ille Parlss via thes
principal ofo, th neville Gradd and chinery f ience to Prairie Creek. Perry-Brabham. land most popular teachers in the county,
'High school, arrived yesterdaydrt % Cnef'ne tPie Creek.
rh hol, rived yesterday iect JA mer of CLiens were before the Marrkd at the residence of the b .de's was in the city Wednesday.
fmtar Obicago, and hss been naeetiatg a, .R um1mr o fme wamtliasng thgu$
ber of our and bciti been meeting a d ome wanttig this route and plan brother, in this city, Wednesday at .3o A. E. Summers, one of High Springs'
nar. Vaof or cities rc- decided tip6n, while others wanted the p. m., Mr. Richard M. Perry of Rochelle, prominent business men, was a business
Dr. Vedandg xcormes ey himgly r coi-n road through Solth Gainesville, via Ever- and Miss attie M. Brabham of Gaines- v iaitofto the city Tuesday.
mended, and exrprecies himself as being Cemelery and thence to Prairie ville. B. M. rTench left Wednesday to go on
pa'd with what he has seen of Our city gree Cemetery and thence to rair;e vlle.B..Tchef Wednesday to go
I pleaded wa whte ha seen of our city Crek. The groom is a valued employee of the his regJlsr fall trip traveling in the in;er-
and people, and we predict for hi. a very Te route east we decided upon by the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, and the est of a la ge shoe concept.
meeesful eeer in our midst, b hoard as the proper one to take, and the bride is one of Gainesville's most worthy E. S. Gaulding, a prominent citle, of
Sbllord-Wkkcer. work will be begun as soon as more of and highly respected young ladies. of LaFayette county, was in the city
Mrtiedi at the home o the groo in the machinery arrives. Rev. W. J. Carpenter, pastor of Kava- Wednesday from Hatche's Bend,
Married at the ho, e of the groom Sin nangh Methodist church, performed the The many friend of Re. W J. Car
a.t tSaiesanMe Wednesdalie Mr. Wicker, THE EQITABLR LFE ceremony in the presence.of only a few center wdl be played to know ( at he is
P. eo d nd Miey Alice M. Wicker Apuranee B.cetl of the relatives and friends of the bride, after vealaefbtom his reocat w ilw e *
Rv, ; '. B. Trolley, pastor First Baps.Lt United States, which theb cople departed for Sabrea=e, ".Ile myI Soem t his s ll e .
cli9ch0oficiSating. -sTRONGOSTt IN THtR WORLD." where VWl uspedl a.nd *a e wonn .,"a&*a4tfl v. dbe at
Th) t*tare.afocllaon t r tlations and best 4llg I hae r
LThaL hpt rsu, aom.en, rthen ire"t hom 0a!H.
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Fresh nlmetm, groceries amn vegetables
Call, seudl me your orders or 'phone for
what you want. J. ti. lhrroh, 'L'honie
No. 25.
Hon. W. ,. Ilaker, of Clay county,
piasced through the chly Ti'ucsdt y en route
to High Spr;ngs amin otlier point% oiu
huallness.
Mrs. J. Ii. MclD)ouald and I'l e rola re-
ltured yeatelday frodlu Tt'eimersu', where
they spemit the suiniter wilitl relatives
and fr;encls.
Giddings' Hair Grower docs the work.
lor tale by )r. 8. It. Glidlhing, ;oahies.
ville, and the I'Potofice Drug tore, Illghl
Springs, I'I.
City Councilmenn L. C. Lynch anid fain.
ily are enjo 'iig there rtrhlng ntiosmlolimer-
at Balsam, N. C., where tiey will piid1i
a few weeks.
If it is job printing you waml j It erncti
your order to the rtar. It will have
prompt attention, and rik anud prices
will suit you. tf
G. W. Rilliot, ,Wauicc; W'. 1;. Allen,,
bclintosh; N. A Ca'll-mn. ih'imiiiKig:oi0,
and Byrgn Ilerlonig, UIellamy, were in the
city Wednesday.
Have you tried Gidlings' Iallr (;rower?
Others have tried It and jprlounlluced it
good. For sale at H. UI. (lGdding' lrugK
toic, rallesville, anRId P'toffice Drug
Store, IigKla Hprings.
II. H. Powell, High Spi;ng; W. T. M'c-
Iendon, Alachua; M. J. Ward, Micamnpy,
and J.' h. I'Pdget, Paradise, were among
the visitors he.e Wedneslay,
POR RENT.-Three large cool roonis
unfurnished Jor light houaekeepilg wm;lt
privilege of hath, in 20o feet of public
school. Mrs. R. W, Hall, 7<7A I-'. Orange
Street.
Mrs. Lina E. Jones of p;iinmnvilje ti
visiting friends bee. IIr iiephew 7..l-
non Tousey, who accomuparned' he-., e-
turned home lMonday.- ;,ecy 'IT m'l-
Demnocrat, September 3.
Anaiversartee of all orti are happily
counmsemo.ated by a gift of silver. We
have qaQttUttes of beautifult and useful ar-
tacls fr both sterling ian, long-weariang
plate., C. Smith
ot. R. B. Weeks, Hasthoruer; ,T. A
Dil, tSaula Fe, and Wi. W. C.i.
til Obrra
Tmpb


er. niltcnlenl the mIteeting of that board
here 'I'utemlay.
Whini you Itlby an u umbrella of us you
nIlly be abolctely certain that you get
what we miy you get. We stand back of
every artilue whl ic goes out of our store.
L. C. Smith.
Mbesrs. J. S. Dupuls of Illuald, and J.
M. Shaw of Alaclhun, two of the county's
nioct plroin'aentl and j),O'imerous farmer
citlt.eun, iild timlrllchi f. ie'alis of The Stir,
piA l 1 a1 It-I:l;i tit ill yesterday and re.
ien elI tir inlillit ;plilonsa o the paper.
If youl ,now ia pretty hand on which
idill woull like to see the sparkle of a
luin.nmouwne ring -conie to us. We can
iliplv ,ine- tant will please and the price
I I _. llir 'lerate I.. O. Smith.
i,. f. ,. Taylor, lalinerl J. f,. Ches.
cr. I.nCrosse; I). M.. LJuvidmos, Iighl
Spr Kng; J. I. IIa- ,son, Alachum; W. J.
Cronlay, Cltnra; J. A. Tucker, Rochelle,
and T'. J. Ye',.;y, Wannee, were nmong
the buniniess visi'ore 'o the city Tuesliny.
Ruv. J. t. llolley, pastor of (tie First
HIapl;st chli'chli, lnd senior t litur of the
Siinltll. I1 ll npis, relu ulecil '1lie'.. y from
Matiya l,ick, Ky,, wlr.e Ibe hlrns been
ielluellig his vacuaton very pleasantly
Mrs. Ilollry and tlie ic:ll.lriu wA,ll h return
a rnionth liter.
Cul. I.A.r ThrainlIr awl ~i u-s heli A.
I'. Ililleary aiir goir g inlli, the swine bus-
i'la-s in I gnoll IIIniL'p. IT'JIhe have purchao-
ed lhesd'onrl Inmaisd rin i he gilf, fifteen
niiles firom Ce.iir Key, and h.ive started
a regualer Iomg ranicli, which p.l oui, nUe to
becomIe a 1114 .liniKg :i;ccemR to you, gen.

C'1q[t. J. T' '-. rt Ievyville had Os
far leco,\'rctl from his illness as to L
ahlI trio e ra La ti uaisn here Saturday, wft
II.' nurse. lie e-rpected to stop I' fter
rays it bSha! e and Jackron'villa, aNd then
prnoecI to New York in tir hope of re-
gaining his wanted health.,-.liy Timfu-
DeUmocrat, September 3.
Giddens' Unparalleled A Orower
is all that its name lilk it cures
dandR sto emr ling aduce
naw bhar. It Is an ebnaer.
or sale at 8. h. Giddit or
OCaiesville,and the Pogof f
.h-gb spri .gs.
Pora few d~ s old an
,blu fior w" ag
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C. C. THOMAM, Special Master,
Solicitor for Complainant.

HAIR GROWER.
Brooklyn N. Y, April a, 99
Dr. 8. B. Giddings,
Dear Sir:
Will you kindly Infotin nme by retrw
mail if you can send your fifty cent bat'
tie of IKar Orower the Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if ao I will send you .
a postal note for the same. Please in ..,
form mse theaaount io postage if It cas "
be mailed.
When In Florida the winter of z897 '
and 98 I used five bottle of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a nice growth
of hair where It had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now [ would like to
try it once more If [can get it.
Your truly, .
J W. WHAYNB, 59 Hlotfet.
Itate of Florida, )
County of Alachua,
City f Gainesville. ) ,
Peronaly appeared before tihe i' "w
ascribed, a Notary Ptblim. Ip adMi for the'
"'tate 01 Florida, at gig1" S. OQlddln,. ,
who being duly.lrwI by med)epo d o '
says that the abOvt teatluoo la waAseat
to him by mail byJ.-W. Hjaynes, a man
whom he hl pmd #r aen o9 heard of,
also that be had so knowledge of the
nan ever htav ttiuead or procured the
Unparalleled H.itr Opwer, and as far as
he aow u hadnflueced hm to
send it.m th man ba s a never re.
o~~~UweLasending it,
w subscribed. before tshR
this lth day of November A. D. o0, .
13, i. GIDDINGS, I.D.
J. M. 'I V.,
Notary Public for the State of
at tar"".


If your hair is becoming thin t
dings Unpara)leled Hair. Gro a
sale by Dr. 8. lB. ldingsi
and the Postoae r Drau
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SM 5.. ........ ..... -._*.*.*.s. ... .. ..nB.ERlB.P'S SAL .
Under and by virtue of an execution is-
sued out of the Circuit Court of Plorida,.
SPIfth Judicial Circuit in and for Alachua
county, on the 24th day of March, A. D.
|Io03,in favor of W. A. Dinagan and
Aagalaat R. D. Mitdleton, I, I,. W. Fen-
nell, as Sheriff of said county and State,
S' have levied upon as the property of the
____ ,i________ ,_.._.__"__'__...... ." said R. D. Middleton, and will sell at
t public outcry, before the court house.
d oor, in lhe city of Gainmvill., Alachua
THIS Acount v. iFlorhla, on Monlday, the Ath day
THIS IPAPER is published in the inter- o (ol,., A. I0.,03. ,tween th
: 1 ...1. Politicl 0111,o 4 %ale, all that certaiii lot, pleeor
.et of the Moral, Business and Political In- p of i, sitter,, %iig ot
SIn the Couu(v of Alachlu., State of Pl *''.
terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and ita. particularly known nal described a
S- follows, to-wit: L1,t four (.1 block one
Florida, and in the financial interests of its .hudred and fortv-.ighn t i.t18), in Gibbs
edit d Addition to the to%,, of tllih Sprin0B,
editor antd proprietor. orida Tog etlher wih all and singular
p io -'.oi: the tierediitaients uarl apperteuances to
THOSE W HO seemed to think when we tl "e, belonging or i ay wi.se apper-
started more than four months ago that T E S&. property to, Ihe ,,oll tie proper-
sar.es ago t ty of the l said 1). Middleton to pay
S1 said execution aind costs.
ST AR appeared in the journalistic sky only herf w. :ac i.r.,os
Slheriff of \Alach ,a Co. L'la.
f or the purpose of shining on a short temper- c. MATIRSN,,
SPlaintiff's Attorney.
ancc campaign were mistaken.- MT
4 a MASTER'S SALE.
STTAR is the Pnder and by virtue of a ntl decree
.1'11 [ S'T'AR is the PfoPLi,:'S paper, of foreclosure made and rendered ol the
anld will advocate such candidates for office h, ,Alay of Juy, e^D. 903, b the
o e H J. T. Willa. Indae or the Cirtuit
Sas the editor col1sci elltiOilsl believes are the Court of the HiglithLncial Cireuit of the
State of Florida, In a certain cause therein
S ~i .i pending In chancery of said court, where-
Speople's best friCends wlhei principle, experi- 1 "Mry Gordlon was cor planant, and
Sence aid ability are all considered, and, a mJoseph Landrum were defendants.
I, WV. S., lroone, a special master In
while friendly suggesLiolls are always wel- clin e Iy, dul alo, oited mlas mchbythe
s aidt conrt, will sell it ipulitc auction be-
corned, the policy of TlII S'I'AR will be con- fore the court hoi.e d oor i2, the
city of Gainesville, Florida, on Monday,
Strolled only by its editor and proprietor, the 71t lay of September, A. 1). 1903, be.
tweeta the legal hours of sale, all that cer-
tain lot, piece or parcel of ladMl situated,
S I State of Florida, described a the north
SYou N e d t half or the north-east quarter and the
north-east quarter of the north-west
quarter of section two, toivnahip ten
u N d7 T IPs IIo STA 1outh, range twenty-two eiat, except
Su N eed o acres heretofold sold to John Hagan,
together with all and singular the tone-
Tnu* euta hereditaiuenta and appurtenances
IF YOL favor our ideas-political and to the same, belonging or in anywle ap-
S*|pertaining.
Otherwise--you will lu ny reading THE Said properly to le sol to satisfy aun
.2. pay saik decree fees auud co ts.
S STAR diriniig the cCiniigi campaign which w.s. .koo.c,
Special Master.
Sis to be the greatest ever conducted in Flor- cErtErITO .IM MAsTHUIsON
Solicitor for Conlmplainasit.
ida, and if you differ witli the editor, on polit- MASTB'Ra AL -.
ical or other matters, you should read the Under and by virtue of a inIal decree
made and rendered by [lon. W. A. Hock-
paper so that you can know where to lilt him er, Judge of the PIifth Judicial Circuit
Court of. Florida, in andrl for Alaehua
and how to head him off. county, in hanery sitting, on the 18tb
(lay ot June, A. D. i9ol, wherein C. W.
SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive i"""e"r at "Julis M l""" ienr e deU o n
.dant, in a certain cause therein pending,
S for twelve Inonths t, L. J Clyatt, a special master hi chan-
cer, by appointment of the Court, will
Nell at public auction, for cash, before the
court 1loeI Esdoor in the city of Gailnes-
ville State of Ilorkln, on Monday, the
7th ay of September, 19o3, during the
legal hours of sale, all that tract or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in the
county of Alachua, State of ,Flrida, and
D. E. OODWIN, Editor, nlore particularly described as follow.;
South-west quarter (a w ) of s outleast
Srquarter (a e X) of section thirty-two (3a)
S aines ille, ownship ni ne (), aut of rang
ainesville ri eighteen (H) east, containing forty (4o)
Sacred of land, more or less.
Together with all and singular the ten-
i % Y entente, heredltamenta aud appurten-
- -.-- .- ------- ances to the name belonging or In any-
wise appertainItI.
Mr. ndil Mrs. 'rTi I')etly a1md littIle IIisi. 1.. I.. Johnson, Hope; J. (. Sai property is to be sold aa the prop-
(laughter have tettu.-anedl foin Senhliee/c, Jiih ,iiiet. Ilngue; P. 0, Ramsey, Waca- erty of he sald John McHenry and Julia
where they spent a ispnith very ilens.- li>.;i nitlnl T. C. Bryant, Yular, all ment- Mclenry to satisfy and pay said decree,
alitly. librn i f the board of county comumnlsionu- fe and ct. CI,
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ilOWER OOI1TEO EXSLAVE PENSION FRAUD FOR INSURRECTION
---- Given Another Airing During Trial of

Former Kentucky Secretary d Swinding. Insurgent Leaders in Mace-

S f State Sentenced to De The Alabama legislature reconvened donia. Issue Proclamation.
In Montgomery Tuesday and the most
"",' Important matter to come before the
F0R MURDER OF GOEBEL two houses.was the governor's. e-
SOR MURDER OF GOEBE the o im rta.t p.rt o MOT HORRIFYING NEWS
-.-- the message contained the governor's _
remarks on peonage. He said: 1
S this Verdict Extreme Penalty "in at least one city In Alabama seV- Fiendish Atrocities Continue to be Per.
trecommended-Two Former eral farmers have been working men petrated Upon Helpless Women
Trial. Resulted In Awards and women under guard without legal and Children-All Christlan
= attthority to do no. On. or more of ,I
of Life Imprisonment aVillaorty.oes do so O ourned.r more of
I of p these offenders have been sinners fur Vllae rned
a dozen years. They have acted with-
: A special from Georgetown, Ky., out the shadow of a right and have Advices of Tuesday from Sofi, Buil
IS 'lm The third trial of ex-Secrotary been plain viblator. of the state law. aria, state that the Macedonia revb.
tate Caleb Powers for complcity "The offene has been nooro n o ts awted the anniversary of
to ethe community and these criminals lutloniets awaited the anniversary of
-,n. *i murder of Governor Willllio t should have long since been Inmat a the sultan's accession to proclaim the
S O rin Janouary, 1r00, closed shortl- of the penitentiary. That good people long anticipated general Insurrection
b nalty of hanging for the i Bsurrounding them allowed a persist- In northern Macqdonia, the proclama-
Spenalty of hanging for the di- ence In this e/ll doing has focused ion of which was sa Tuesday
ltahed prisoner, wno has been the whole state the attention a t of whh wa Tuesday
I:'ll the penitentiary for three years on volbnt crittrs. night by all the members of the in-
o "o .Be n.etencE. The' verdict of the "Thoee several farmer-contractors urgent general staff. The new out-
jury, "guilty and the pnnlshent of had helpers In complalnoat justices break is headed by the famous Mace-
death" was reported into court at and constaltles. The latter were more b t nm hif
11:20 o'clock. Several Inindred peo. guilty than the principals. They base- donian leaders, General Zontchleff,
ple crowded the court room when the ly betrayed a nloemn trust. president of the Macedonian commit-
verdict was read, and the most in- "In Georgia several like persons tee, and Colonel Jakoff, who was
tease silence provniled. The jury was were found guilty and sentenced with- wounded In the uprising of 1902.
polled and each man declared the ver- out creating a furor, but our few and The new territory covers the dis-
dot of guilt to be his finding. Pow- shining rascals have caught the public trict in tle valley of the Struma at the
.er eat unmoved, while hl a tttornesa oyo. We havo somehow secured the base of the Rhodopo mountain chain,
asked for time to make a motion for attention of the world and columns of and to Ihe north of the river Vardar.
a new trial. Arthur Goobul broke abuse from people no better than our Colonel Jakoff sl directing the move-
down from the ntrnin on hearing tf own lhave filled the public prints ments of the h hands in the southern
the verdict of guilty. The Jurors de- "By some means, other matters rf part. News of severe fighting Is still
S line to state what occurred In the grave import were forgotten and Ala- ioieng recolvedl In Sofa. At the vil-
Jury room. George Wyntt was fore- bama's Bins, with their center In a eln- lage of Armeniil, after a lay's fighting
Sman. gle county, have held the almost undl- the Turkish troops In the night time
Arthur Goebel, brother of the vie- vlded attention of the whole country, massacres the entire population of
Stll, Is a prominent merchant at Cin- th secrets of the grand jury on the 181 men and 200 women. The Turks
S' lnnati, and has spent his time aid morrow, occupying large space, under have also massacred the inhabitants of
I- 'fortune for over three years In rpe brilliant headlines In eastern newspaD the village of Voles.
Prosecution of those accused of belb pers, and the gaping multitudes read Threat to Massacre Turks.
In a conaplracy to kill his brother, Ovqrywhere, on the sensational bulletin It s reported that liltml Pasha. the
Powers has been convicted tvyce be- boards, of slavery In Alabama. A lea'l inspector general for Macedonia, .o-
fore, this being the third trial in In" paper sent Its agents to enlarge fuses to leave his headquarters In the
whh the jury brought in a verdt of uponour sins. They printed the mll Konak at Monasilr. The Insurgent
tUilty against him. At the prevlou formation broadcast, enlarged upon the leader Grfft, In a letter to Hllml Pasha,
: trial he escaped with a sentence of facts they did not have andcontribtni- demanded that he prevent the barba-
life' triefonment, as the evident ed to the general misconception of tIe rois acts of the Turkish soldiers and
WA' M 1iL .auflclently strong agialnt whole story in the public mind. am Bashl Bazouks, otherwise the revo;u-
ln.to lead the jury to Inlct thex-as sent abroad the m tlonarles would massacre all the Turk-
S Ahi o lead the JA the ofli the eX pression that we had in the state only leh Inhabitants. The insurgents have
,ieh penalty. All three of the trinsl a few good persons, and yet we know occupied th ountan pass of gergnls,
I'. we hlel at Georgetown and In each that no respectable citizen haany on cce main line rountan palon to Us-
Oft thela he had asslslancoe of tile sympathy with these criminals, and on the els line from have to se-
most able lawyeio who could be pro- that citizens without a great deal of ku d Turkh oops have been sent
ud. Subscrlptlon lsi wore elr- respectability are a outraged as their to o o Kakorno i rep
:" ; td in his Interest by frlendr, tnd moral natures will allow. The own a st Kalte olurf anvl la repo..
rY. a sum of money was secured to doe- "lach of you gentlemen must he de Turks p blundering the houses anchy th co
b. tray the cost of his repeated trials lighted to know that several at lowest. Turning pnaoaka the atrocities and ine
ai ld the investigation of the circum- of the eighteen sinners indicted by the women.
h..'.' iitlcaBs which preceded the killing of United States grand jury will suff-tr womAn
; e:." r ohbo, Itherh d obA strong force of TuIrkish Infantry,
.Governor Ooebol, in the Interest of some sort of a penalty for their grave cavalry and artillery recently attack-
't a dfeaise. The last trial was tlis- crimes. Though you doubtless wol,. caved lry ani lrlelleo y recently attark-
,.: tngluihed #3y the fact that Powe-a have preferred that It had been dorc ed tllo village of v terlovo, northwena
addressed te jury In his own bohalf, In your own courts and with leos n coupled by iternsoergs. Th halatten uc-
and In a long review of the case rlous acclaimm" cupld by Inf rgontw The latter ro-
showed himself to be a very compe- The governor calls attention to the tlrel, afterr which the Trks entered
ditent attorney while ils eloquence In fact that there was only one muraler te plon and destroyed th entire polu-
; pleading for his own life astOunderd uommltted by a molb In Alabama dnur latlo- and destroyed -he village.
.. thble who' had watched him oareul,y Ing the present year, anti these men Villages Pillaged and Burned.
Sin the past trials of to case have been arrested and are now out on Consular dispatches received in Coi-
Powers had nothing to say regarnl- bond. rtantlnople from Prisht.tlna, near the
ll' ,ig the verdict, oxcect to express his One of tihe first acts of tho governor Sorvian frontier. confirm thie reports
s' *urpr Ae that such a result could l Ye was to veto the bill to appropriatni $2. that nearly all tho Christian villager
* reported from the evidence heard and 500 to purchase the old Jeff Devia rest In tho districts of Dlira, fifty four
,. 'o announce that he would take an deonco. miles from Monastir and (lIcevo. have
,.1' '1 peal and continue the case to the been pillaged slid burned and that the
'"s' .t resort. When Powers secured BOSTON BLACKS HURL BRICKS. Inhabltants have fled. It Is not wint il
Ii.' s ll former new trials, a majority of whether Allannlann or Ilti,garlans were
0 t0oe on the appellate court wore rd- Suffrage League Soorea President the iperpotrators of the outrages.
vbllcaus, but It is now composed of Roosevelt and Booker Washington. In spite of the apparent gravity of
dehlocraile Judges. As common- The Suffrage Loague of Roston, a no. the Kogenral situation, otlinmiani Ipre-
Jwealth Attorney Franklin shook grd organization, at a meeting Tuesday vails in Turkish circles. In the course
.hands with each attorney a(fer they night, adopted resolutions declaring: of the audiences which the German
were disinlesel, Poweor watched the "Inasnmuch as fr)oker T. Washington ambassador, Itaron Iflrschal Von io-
greetlngs clobsly, hut at no tino Ili1 has glorllied the revised conatitutinns beral.oln antd the Rsltin nmiansarHrlor,
he show any sign of breaking down. of the sonuh, han minimized the Jim haye Ibeen with the sultan with the
Power I regarded as a strong man. Crow car outrage, has attacked the pnrpose of re',ommendilng more enor.
He was elected secretary of stale on wisdom of Ith fotiureenth and flfteentlh g'lli action and niitrtnislng 'o rnie
the republican ticket hounded by W. S. mondlnntns to the conalltution, has Turkltuh commander in chinf full <[1-
.Taylor (or governor In 1l, but Berm- 'le'precated the primary Importance of reaction of the military operntlos,. the
ed only a low moonths, as all the state 1iI ballot, has Iereachod to the colored aniltan replied that he preferred to re-
ofies were conlotentd by thoso on th e s 1pe1ole or silent suibmlnslon .to inlolor- tain control at Conslantinople.
democratic were count hatd by tlos on tie l l) lo conditions andI makes his people Off'lal reports say that 300 Ins ir-
doebel. Tho trials of Powers wrt t a by-wordl end laughling stock before gents were killed or wui uned durrlng
before JTheo Jams of Powers were tof world, he is not a fit leader for theo fighting which oec'nire, last week
before Jtown, bt Jhe waes Canrell, of the colored race, and no president who in the vilayet of Minonastir
alitng this time. antd Governor Dedc. recognizes him as, a political leader The porto ihas sent a memorand,min
hasitting a pointed Judg overnor el noshod rrolve the colored vole of the to the Austlria and Ruissln ambasina.
b ralnJule Ju a y ndge fobblni. noritI dlors atL Conslantinolio Oilntliig oitt
tepecfal Jurtle Robblue Saturday t .- thereforee since President ROOse- that a1 the recent miasIR noolntg of
ternoon form ly overruled a motion volt hIas given him charge of the ap. Macelonians Iin Soia, ltilgar-a. it was
for the granting of a now trial to Ca- polntment oh' all negroes n whatever of t oe pht d fresh lads lrl Into Mi e-

btenc Powers. io al n asse lhen aisle In the Ilnon, and has made him lenir ani also calling altlntloni to tho
ber 2of nxt ah tipen Iim, fxlng No the negro tidviser as to all policies af- fact that committees in Ilulgaria were
member 211 next as tn day set for hie facing colored Americans In the Inter- Snplylng thieo Insurgcnts within arms
execution. The attorneys for the de- eat of our race, we call upon Presld it and amlnllintion ly .meaens of ships
pendant will appeal the case to the Roorevolt to dispense with Mr. Wash- which lanni their cargoes on tho coan t
Keatucky court of appeals. lngion as our political, spokesman." In the vicinity of Inlada.


N THE INTEREST OF PEACE. REBEL ROUTED BY TU AFTER CROWS: SHOT DAUGHTER.

Negroes Want Whit Men, Convct Inurgent Literally Cut to Pragment Michigan Farmer Makes Horrible Mis-
of Peonage, Pardoned., take In Using His Shotun.
Judge Thomas O. Jonos, of the Ucl- by Heevy Artillery Fire. Duncan Swann, a former, had been
ted Stae court n Mo ry Ala., dcos fromn Saloncla state that troubled with crows In his corn Tuies
received a position ThuiImlan y sIgnn,! the Bulgarian insurgents sustained n da3y he saw the corn moving and
by several hundred negIies ofr rno( a severe reverse at Smilovo Friday, thinking crown wery in the patch dis-
and Tallapoosa counties aRklnng htl, 1,000 of the being killed. charged his shotgun at the moving
to suspend the sentencna if t,(;orgo The Insurgents to the uiimber of corn antd killed his daughter Mary
and Iurancn Cosby, who plcnadlI 3.000 occupied a position on a hcllht.
guilty to holing Cegroeo In a Citll- which was stormed by six baitillons New Bank for Georgia Town.
gilt of p lin agoc of Turkish troops commanded by Ser. At a meeting of citizens hold in Con-
The opetiton RtineO that those cae-s vet Pasha. After losing 1,000 of their cord, Ga.. TPuesday night. a bank was
have oausl a hitter tCCllig betwoeC 'biumbor, the Bulgarians fled in tho organized with $25,1100 capital. Over
the two races, and tIlit tni Coabys are face of the heavy Turkish artilloivy $15.00 of this sum was paldl upi In cajn
good citizens of the co rmn ity, arfire. The Turkish losses were Insigni- And appilltlon for a charter will ')
flcant. made at once
TOO MUCH OF A BLOW
TOO MUCH OF A BLOW. BRIDGES DENIES CHARGES.
Third er. of America-' Cup e RELIANCE WAS LEADING. --
S Prevented by meriav., Cp Race Parson Brands Authors of Facts as
A Now York t ipali y Gale. While Boate Were Well Under Way "Unmitigated Liars."
the flrt ime in th Phi;a I' the Wind Died Down, Rev. W. Mi. Bridges, formerly uf
tae irst conte in he hias l..r n i,.t A New York dispatch says: Moni Rome, Ga.. ni account of whose dulngs
can's cup contest a race has cn i' I"ay morning the Reliance demonetrat. In Texarkana. Tex.. was recently puo.
attd becaueth of tooh b t. "' her superiority to 1 haimrock In any llshod, has written a long letlcr in
Sateday the third of he pr'it k of weather. which lie makes a inost sweeping le
flee of races was to have beoen salt-,. (i)n account of the heavy seas tIhe nlal of almost everything allege, In
hbut owinga o the prevalence of a Inall wore forty-five minutes late in that story and tranu4s the authorities
heRvy gale, the contest was declared sinrling. After the start. was made, for moat of th facts as "inmiilgate.i
ih, iu.(.v-r, the wind died down and liars"
: RE" there was no finish. .
PREE TRADE BEING URGED. there no
A PREMIER JAIL RIRD,
I ln Clamoring ftor RBteciprocity WILD CARS WREAK DEATH. *rook tory Eacapes for the Fifth
S '. .With the United States,---- TimO e e Msitoryipp i Pen.
Interest IIn reriproclty with Engineer and Fireman Instantly. KilleI Time from Miulsilppl Pen.
t d States, whiin has lee-n on the Norfolk and Western. Brooks Story a celebrated rool.,er
tatn*I for several mnitihs. Is 1 0- Engineer H W. Lucua and Fireman and the most noted prisoner In the

.hrgig ';td '~pb'n", In spite or tth,ir ternoon by an aocldent 'on the Nor- tho Rankin county convict farm Tues-
.. 'I tl d'ifoflbaent, to again Join l and Western near Winaton-Salei, daiy afternoon,
ta., witl the friepda of roclprocily N C. This is the fifth time Story has man-


t:' k"lh', tee l t htn endeavor The accident was Oataed by several aged to secure his liberty. Only a few
*. .ppL P Of a. reciproc- care breaking from ftreibht trasoa nd inopith ao he voluntglarei retarded at.
ttlb ) .U t, es ee running. back down the .rd-e h~to the ter a long absence rand dutglhrBd hi IA
''train handled by the Iajured m, n mention to realan and comapletie bl
S4, L tm. I
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ALABAMA SO6ONS MEET,' ASTRO AN'INRATE
Governor Jelks, Message Devoted at
Gi'eat Length to Subject of Peon-
soe-A Sevn^ee Arr.a gAlg nt. Venezuela President Treats

At Thomarlle, Ga., Tuaeday, s. r. Foreigners With Injustice.
Mlcbhell, the negro who is charged
with swindling ex-slaves by promising
hem penlsons under the proposed MERCHANTS IMPRISONED
Hanna bill, was tried before Justice --
tiarshall and bound over to the supe- Not Satisfied With the Universal
'ior court under a $100 bond. Racsket He Recently Created.
The sensational feature of the trial His Nibs Seems Bent on
was the speech of Judge S, A. Roden- More Misohlef.
bury, who represented blitchell. He
charged that the republican party was
behind this prosecution and thht in or- Advices from Willemstad, Island of
der to stop Mitchell, some of the lend- Curacoa, under Monday's date, state
era had communicated with leading no- that harsh Injustice is being meted o'nt
groes of Thomas county, and they had to foreigners residing In the Interior
induced Mayor Culpepper to Swear out of Venezuela where the local authorl-
the warrants. While he was Innocent ties are hunting down all foreigin.-
of any design, It was statou, the fact who dare to present claims against
revealed that an unseen hand was be- Venezuela in accordance with the ro-
hind the movement; the republlcai.s cent protocol,
were alarmed because this movomtent cent protocol.
were alarmed because this movaw n itt Near Core a local tribunal refused
was so far-reaching. They saw ttint to accept the testimony of five Ita-
the democrats were ready to push the lans On the latter insisting on tentler-
pension bill, and fearing the loss of Ing their deposition, three were arre.t-
power among the negroes they had de- ed and thrown into jail. Two of them
cided to throttle Mitchell. the promot-attemped to escape and were fir*d
er of the ssrhome. upon one being killed. The Veneziie-
Mitchell Is sipromo president of tihe lan government does not ldeny this ,oc-
National industrial Conecll, which acurren ver n t Is doing nothing to pro-
claims has a membership of 600,0, crenpetitions d
exteniling all over the country. Tho t repet on auory that
It is learned on good authority that
convention of the southern district f lette.s sent to foreigners from the lIal-
Georgia of this council was in sesslon an an otler legations Instruiong
at Thomasville, and Mitchell cam them to ssend in their claims were selz-
down from Washington to attend it. edn the pst so as to prevent
He preached his. doctrine and gaihe- claims from arriving In Caracas n d
ed In his shekels In the meantime. \t tm
the request of Hi. H Thweatt, the prn i
cipal of the negro public schools of Foreigners Hanged In Effigy.
Thomasville, and several other proml- News comes from Cumina, Vonezue-
nent local negroes, Mayor Culpeppur In, that a gllbet was erected in a
swore out the warrant against Mitchell street of that city Sunday on whikh
for cheating and swinlning was hanged an eifgy representhlg a
Mitchell declared his arrest was Just foreigner ani the popuilac-e heat tio
what he had long wished for; that it (lummy with sticks amid shouts ,f
would enable him to show his hand. "Death to foreigners."
He employed able counsel, andi whmn Two loading trade's. M. Palazzi. a
the trial was called Tudstlay morning Frenchman, and Herr Sprick, a Ger-
the court house was filled with a largo man, were recently arrested In Clutltd
crowd of interested negres. Bolivar by order of President Cast o,
It was claimed that Mitehioll reproe for refusing to pay their taxes, whLch
senteil himself aoan agent of Senanor had already been collected by the rev-
Hanna's, and guaranteed a pension f oliitlonlats during the latter's occupl-
enough were paid him. tion of the city. Many other persons
Thweatt had taken the trouble Fo were also arrested on the same charge.
write Senator ilanna on tho question The Frencli and German ministers at
and had recently rocelvedl the follow- Caracas protlestd and obtained the In-
Ing answer from his private socrt-tai3 : mediate release of heir fellow country-
Clesvelantd, Ohio, Auiigust 26, 1903. mn.
S'onator Hanna tllrects me to ac General nolmnudo and 200 rebel oflt-
knowedge the rucclpt of your fi corR. who wore captured at Clndad
for of the 34th inst., antl to say itl Boelvar, have arrived at Maracalbo.
reply that he Inlrodluecd the so-call They are Incarcerated in the I'ortrLass
ed ex-slave pension bill bty rrqnetej; of San Carlos with their feott In Irons.
that it was not vonsildrod by the
senate commitot on pesiclons. and HELD ON PEONAGE CHARGE.
died with the lant ncsr'on of con-
gross. Con l'io ntly Ilihrc' Jas io Wealthy Turpentine Man of Alalama
esuch moasnire intlndlng now, anrl ,I Bound Over by Court.
wish to say also iltan the Ronaonr The charge of peinnage against MIa-
has aIthorizeo no oneo tnj act tn his rnon Prlestwood. a weoilrh3 lurpeonine
agent in an c'rfoil to further tho mni. Iian been heard liti,-or ITnltod
passn9ge of this inleonsunte, niild ail) States Conintiasionor Tltnwller, 'it
representatlonH of tllli klili are abl Troy. Ala.. wilh the res ilt I lint the (t"-
solultoly wilt it ifoundatllon fondant, his son, wile wnsi tile c-nm-
"EI..MER IDOV)'l{. nimiiteg niagierrali In tine case, and
"lrlivate SeLcretalry."' WIII GoodasoRn, a onaintl, wilo n ted as
W. n W1l"on Pinothr Ipnepro who nI. (' onRtable weinr hbomi,:1 over to await
promlneut In the I(pron il- on. lt Intal a tie action of ili(, feli-ral grand Jury.
letter from Itt-glisfrnr of in. T 'rcnaiiry Thle cvlidenric l)ofou tle ct(mnmlsslon:
Iyons in wliic l.I-.'h l.,ynus lifl: cr allreed gr,--it ationI of the vlrilin,
"The bill wal h Inirtmtiicc'l lt y I ienia I1ob Engllsih, a will e mn nnil t nl iwo
(or Ha lna )3 ri, u'll .,ti iin wit h tis no Bo) so I, Involvingt retN cal starvation
tlce to the worli lini tI li introdlin'-pl II and olthe'r harulhilps for a family of ten
ain pl. as a 'reoilit-r_-y Itio lie people wvhl, persons for mnny Mt ninth
baeenight hilnm te in ) o, tand ha n1 pmOi ---
sible notertee in lit fat- Inileed. l.o CONDITIONS WILL FORCE WAR.
has slatel ipnillely tihi t hIn was not"n ta---t
concerned tnih,:nt it. S.Stih lillts nri frI Clash Between urkey and Bulgarna
ellIontlh Inlrordu edt. enLi thii 11artilcular Cannot be Avoided,
1ill has I, i lt' In rnlodn etl by i ro|iiui. o t A ,lA ipal ch of Mo nni y ironi St o.f
various scttnnutr.n o fre l(' h- 'ine hlnh .n r Ft llnR arla, says. nRtll in oflli, ltl and
ion learn I Iim sierry to hInor that niyv revolutllonary (ir lces Iho opinion is
of our perlpl) t nreo Ixling fl-crc i bi\ freely hold liha war Ibeweon enilgaria
shiatl'crn innlor he Iioatl of e .sla;.',- and Turlcey is Imminent and can ble
pension ImIntItirs" averted liy noihlng shlor of a miramir
It is not expefreel thunt oinher govern-
GUNS FOR GEORGIA TROOPS. inent will formally r1dclare hostillliea,
Iitl than the revatnlml rnont litlions willi


Two Car Loads of Krag Jorgensens
Come from War Department.
Twoi tnir loadii ,,f Krne .Jrgoent n
ninga zn.lC. r".i11itliI u ng 'nln-y illloes I ncwa 1 r .
ed Alltiirn ;It Ti' sd'nlloci) rin in th. fa,.
story in tiln cnir adn aii p nt |ow snf)rtnil In
the state arwic ural. ri nt he 'aliuol.c, from
which pIne tlhey will shortly lie dlki-
trilhiutle annimjit tr voluntn -ler troops -)f
Gcorgit All told. lthero nit. 3,(00 i o .
fes., antd 111r are (if I li lairst and
os ill rF 111081 tr ii iU

ALLEGED BOODLING EDITORS.

Missouri Press Association Decides to
Fire Three cf Its Members.
Dirliin I'rl1'.Iu s -,i iAiin -i Ihie Mls-
souri Prr s Aii 1.111,tn ait St. Lo1ni4,
oxcicflnipenIt V. 111,.-- I b% ihi, iillro
ductlon of ;i Iri'.(eiI ,n rior striking
from tiet nirnlllli,' i, ) ln t tih., unnimes of
foriner 1.1i iiT'-niinn (;.0n rn1In.r John A.
l,(-e, cilni l ii tInt 1 In,'1, at-. (GrocLr, ;
I. N i'Kig I'dil r -rf "'I'i tiB int T r:--n
Star. u111 it I; S,-t.'1 e',tii or of The
Nevada Mill.
Theo 'rea -iiin ftn Ih.- r. -,ntlin on iwasR
thit rcF etin l, i: u ,. t ,i(i.ui r.tn i iln lile
stait anti thil ,-' 1111:] :I in tho.ln V h of
the nanes t f'th e ihre',e t illors

SEEK TO LEASE RAILROAD,

Governor of North Carolina Receiveo
Proposition from Private Partles.
G governor -%\ -rk of Nortn-n uir.lli I
has rec'Cvield fromm private prinrtin r.
pro'posilton in ,i.-. [ tnhe Attlnti r aid
North C(ari-lina railwny. thli raplinl
Finrk (r f iwhlth Is $.l.t,1i01,.O0. the stale
owning i no' thirds. The propnsltion is
for a fifty-yenr lear- Ihe interest IUn-
creastng according to the length c'
iime but averaging 2 per ceint.

SIX LYNCHErS CONVICTED.

Members of Danville, illinois, Mob
Come to Grief in Court.
At Danville. ils.. Saturdqy night,
he, jury in the case of the -eight mon
on trial for participation In the rlJts
of July 25, when the jail was attache,!
and a negro lynched, brought in a ver-
lict finding all guilty except William
Redwlne and Clay Riddles. 'The it-
er -ia only 10 year ol. The jury
lad the case under roansderatlon
Ilce noon on n Pidy.
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force on a war.
Tliere le no qilstion thni large num.
Iers of Instirge'nts have recently crnJBs-
eld the frontier. An extensive out-
break in nortlirrn Macedonin is pocil-
blo any day

Clerk Geddes Loses His Job.
Andrew Geddes, for Onie years ch-'f
clerk of the department of agricultuIre
nl Washington. has lecen relieved of
office on charges of a personal naltu-e.

ROBBERS KILL TWO MEN.

Employees of Chicago City Railw.i/
Company Held Up and Shot.
Two men wl er,. ktilhl( and two o li
ors wounded( by hollt p mnon at toe
harns of the Cihiit ag City Hallway
Colmnpany at an early lituir Sunday
mot ning
Tinlf Fhornling waq donlle? y threo
met0, w1ih oeens-eld afl.tr secrrinllg $,-
(it Thrt o tf ihe men shot were
wherkirg in wic( rashiler's ofTlte and
the other wao a motoirman nslcop 'Ih
the otler offR(e. The men wero shot
before they wPFe nware of the pre;.
onco of the robLirs.

BRYAN FORSAKES JOHNSO.N.

Nebraskan Cancels Engagements to
Speak in Ohio.
Mayor Johnsoin. of .levelypd. 0.
Sunday night, received a teolgrant
from W. J. Bryan asking that his
engagements to speak during thin
coming week In Ohio be cancolc:l. No
cause was given for I csenrelaTon.
Mr. Johnson will go to the seve-al
cities at which he and Mr Bryaa
were to spea, and fil the engagomernts

EMPLOY WHITE LONGSHOREMEN

Strike at Brunswick. Ga., Develops no
Serious Peaturea,
There were no developments Thurs.
day In the strike of the longshoremJn
at trunswick. Ga., only that a number
of the lumber eempanies succeeded in
securing hands, other than thoSe who
are members of the labor union, tb go
to work.
It. la now stated that the local Jumn.
Blamen will secure white men to do

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'viCtO6RY FOR vARDAMAKN'

Result of Mlslsulppl 8Beond Primary
is Known-Negro Question Cut
an Important Filure.

special from Jackson, Mass., says:
There seems to be no doubt left now
of the nomination of James K. Varda-
man In the primary election of Thuis-
day aa the democratic candidate for
governor of the state.
In view of the confident claims made
by the Crits forces and the smallness
of the majority claimed by the Varda-
man faction prior lo Lbe primary, Mba-
Jor Vardaman's splendid victory in the
governorship contest assumes the pro-
portions of a landslide.
His majority will be between 8,000
and 10,000 when the complete reports
from remote interior counties are re-
celved, and this Is 5,000 tnore than his
campaign managers hoped or ox-
pected.
The defeat of Judge Critz and the
overwhelming victory of Vardaman Is
due to several causes, chief o which
was a desire on the part of the people
of Mississippi to show their resent-
ment to President Roosevelh's med-
dling with the negro question. MaJ-Jr
Vardaman advocated the revision of
the school fund hetlween the races.
A feeling has been apparent in the
state that the north, letd by President
Roosevelt, has persiltenily attempted
lo silr up sectional feeling on the ne-
gro question.
The assurance Is given that the new
governor In his first message to the
lo.;lslatnre will make a revommenda-
ilon for a division of the school fuiid
between the races, giving the negro
only such t hoolt as the taxes he pays
will. support, and a warm fight is ex-
pected on ..ie measure.

TO PROTECT THE INDIANS.

Secretary Hitchcock, of Interior De-
pnrtrient. Takes a Strong Stand.
Says a Washington dispaic.i: The
determination of Secrelary of the In-
terlor H-tithcorh k to send to Indian
Territory a man not connected with
thie department to iiaveilgate conui-
lions there Is uinder.itood to be for the
purpose of supplmentintlg the work of
the secretary himself and of other rep-
resentatives of the department in that
territory.
The secretary made a tour of the
territory In May, largely for the pur-
pose of making Inquiry regarding re-
ortes hant had come io him of efforts
to deprive the Indlarns of IheIr rich
lands Inherintnce, and the result of
tlis possonal investigation was to
conArm tfie report that there was a
perselstent effort to (ccure tno Indian
lands at a price far bolow their roal
value.
As a consequence of this Inquiry, t.e
manoe a rallical revision or tieo reg]la.
lions for the sale of tihe alloifte la ds
and the departmental reuorls sfntto
iliat change was made li;llcale tlat
he has saved the Indians a large per-
jentage over whale w rttld have ben
paid them If the orlgtna' r-'gulations
had stood. Tire new rules require Ithat
all Indian lands which are for rale
shall I)e advertised and appraised Ly
a competent offclial. The secretary
has cancelled all sales made prior fJ
the time that the now reg-flations took
(I ff ct.
Tlio surplus lands belonging to Ilio
Indians in the territory are worth
many millions and 8ntretary Hltch-
cock and his advisers understand Trow
groat a temptation they are to aeslgn-
ing men. The territory is through a
pinrdon spot and farmers are going
Into it In groat numbers. It Is estl-
ninard that Thlre are now fully half a
million white people in the terrltonv,
among wliom many combinai trns ntave
be-on made io control the disposal of
lands.
The secretary himself discovered
that a number of olbehollodrs, many
of then outside of his own depa t-
nieiit,. were stockholders and offlcors
In these combines.

ARP'S GRANUDr.UGHTER DIES.
----
Second Death at "The Shadows" With.
in Lesas Than a Week.
A dispatch from Cartersvlile, Ga.,
Eays: Dealli has twice Invaded ihe
"Bill Arp" home this week.
The nine months old daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Ralph Smith died of cholera
infantum Friday morning.


VICTIMS OF VAGRANCY LAW.

Atlanta Officials Rigorously Enforcing


New Georgin Statute.
Porty -even men and women charge]
with vagrancy were sent to the Tower
In Atlanta Mondlay by Rreorder
Broyles. This swells the grand total
of alleged vagrants closer up to the one
lhunirend mark, the exact number ''e-
ing 98.
The majority of the irisonprs held
on the charge of vagrancy were white
men, the police having raided certain
questionable localities early Sunday
morning and locked up all the men
they found making disreputable abodcs
thilr home.

PROPOSITION TOO EXPENSIVE.

One Georgia County Decides Not to
Take Away State Convicts.
Muscogep county, Ga., won't take
any felony convicts from the state.
rhe board of commissioners of roads
and revenues for the county so do-
clared at a called meeting held In Co.
lumbus, Friday The board considered
'hat felony convicts were too expen-
sie a proposition.

SCORER RIDDLES COTTON BOLLS.

Appearance of New Enemy Causes
Consternation Amonn armer ..


The Attempt, However# Was

Made tb Assassinate Him.



WARSHIPS GO ANYHOW


Roouvslt Determined to Ohow 'Unr
speakable Turk" that L;ves and
property of Amerloane Will
be Protected at Any Ceot. .

According to -dvices from Conetan-
Unople it transpires that the report
that United States Vice Consul Ma-
gelreon was killed is Incorr6ct. An
unknown Individual fired at aim and
the bullets passed close to him, but
did not touch him. The vail of Belrut
afterwards visited Vice Consul MIagla-
een, expressed his regrets for the out-
rage and ordered meAsures for the ar-
rest of the perpetrator. The error In
stating that Vice Consul Magelsssn
bad been killed arose from a mistake
In the cipher telegram.
Attack premeditated.
In response to a telegram of Inquity
regarding the reported assassination
of Vice Consul Magelssen at Belrult,
Syria, Mr. Freyer, treasurer of the
board of tho Presbyterian missions at
Blerut, has cabled to the Associated
Press as follows:
"Beirut, Syria, August 28.-Though
the attack made on Vice Consul Ma-
gelssen was evidently premeditated,
the bullets missed him and he escaped
uninjured. FREYER."
Ships Not Recalled.
A dispatch from Oyster Bay apy,:
President Roosevelt Friday night re-
ceived through the state department
at Washington confrmatlon of the As-
soclated Press dispatches from Cop-
stantinople and Beirut which show
that the report of the assassination of
Vice Consul Magelssen at Beirut is 4
error.
S The president will not countermand
the order to Rear Admiral Cotton to
proceed with the cruisers Brookleu
and San Francisco and the gun bo;t
Machlas to Turkisl waters. The at-
tack on Mr. Magolsain is regarded as
an Incident which points to the noces-
sity of a denmonstratiol which will
have the effect of Insuring the protec-
tion of Americans In the Tutiklsh em-
pire.
The president expressed gratifica-
tlon that Consul Magelssen -had es-
caped without Injury from the assault
of the would. be murderer
For several hours lFriday President
Roosevelt end Secretary of State Hay
were In conference at Sagamore Hill.
They discussed every suggested phaeo
of the situation In TurKey.
At 11 o'clock Friday night a tele-
gram was received by Secretary Loob
from Acting Secretary of State L'o'mn-
Is at Washintton commuuncarlng the
text of a ciblegram from MlInipter
Lelechman at Constantinople, confnrr-a
Ing the Associated Press report o. the
Inaccnsray of the report of Conesd
Magelssen's ae;assinatlon. As soou
as tho message from the eopaWtmcut
was disceplhereld Secretary Loeb comu
munlcalE'd its contents to the pre3i-
dent by telephone.
The text of Minister L.tisehman's
cablegram has not bieen made public.
It can be said to be the purpose of
President Roosevelt to afford Amell-
can clilzens In the disturbed prov-
inces of Turkny all the protection poa-
sible. For that reason anti for dthers.
which may develop in a short time,
the decision Is reached that no change
at this time will be mAde in the or-
ders to the Etitpean squadron. Ad-
miral Cotton uwill proceed with his
vessels to Turkish waters with the
Idea of safeguarding fully Americans
and American interests.
Cruisers Proceed to Turkey.
Nice, France, August 28.-The Unil
ted States cruisers Brooklyn and San
Francfaco left Vlllefranche at 8 o'clock
this evening for Genoa and Beirut.

Negro Asaociation Holds Rally.
The Colored National Emigration
and Commercial Association of Geor-
gia concluded a two days' grand rally
at Valdoata Wednesday nigh .


FOR PHILIPPINE SCHOOLS.

New Education Measure Provides
$72,000 for First Year's Expenses.
A Manila special says: The new


education bill has just become a law.
It approprlntes the sum of $72,000 :o
cover the expenses of the first yeir.
It further provides that one hun.
dred of the best qualified students,
securing at least 7. per cent on each
subject at an annual examination,
shall have the privlle:e of going to
the United States to complete their
education at institutions designated
by the governor.


FIRST MEETING AT HAGUE.

Arbitration Board Aeserbles4bnd Pre-
pares for Business In Hand.
The first session of the court at The
Hague which Is to decide the Venesue-
Ian ilalms, was held Tuesday and was
tory in the east, and are now stored In
ceed re to he followed.
The press was excluded from the
court, Several representatives of the
interested governments have.not yet
arrived.


I.VCOCKAIDS THR FARMERS.


-- .....ra .... Wry i w irnor Al s i
Considerable -ronsternation was cro.- Fight on Tobacco Trust.
ated upon plantations near Amerlc.sg. governor Aycock, of Noro Carolina,
Ga., Monday. by the discovery of bor. s ra he will comply with the request
Ing Insects which are fairly riddlilg of the lFarmers' State Alliance ,'task
otton bolls. t t e governors of VirgnlLa and South
B shels of boll, completely destroy- Carolina' to. qnite with him tn uaping
ed were exhibited from various sec- res11 ent -ooaeelt to efoS..e a,
tia f c uimter etcounty, and opinIoh is e atist ql ln aws ra t i' iaect
grettly dilvded as to whether the dW tru- .-h ,ot- %A theAn. to
vatatltllg iBecat hII le.'1tul7 .~ the.
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VjSKHOLD o ,
_e' MATTERS 5


S To Clean u IRalincot.
Tbll Is an excellent Way of cleadinglg
the mud of your cloak: To take off
thel.talnus rub with laini warm water.
Dip the garment In cold soft water,
then with a srllubling brush and yel-
low soap proceed to scrUp it all over,
hating sllrantd tle garment flat on tlri
table. When the dirt is removed, dL
the coat In repeated waters to get rid
of the sLtdp, but do not wring it. tiang
Up In the air or In an iry room to
dry, but do not put clear tho fire.
Paint or grease spots nmy be removed
by scourlug drops or spirits of turpen-
tite, but comnion soap will do the rest.-
S Thu dirtiest parts will reulrq e miiost
r scrubbing. Ii cleaning mlacltilitoshes
always a-void hot water.-Washnlington

P'ool l h iin|ll)11nci.
r'aech dumplllg r.Pea, liln if n
pint of four sifledt \llli Ivu I:tlle-
spoonfuls of biukllcig powder t iIl \i illi
a tablespoonful of butiltr rullil l iaIr.t
fully fihrough It. MIix w'illi ia ltllfc.ni -
ful of wari-not hllt--iill Imlll I ,lt
the paste a quarter of all n11 111i liit JI.
nnd cut it into slx piltcisc I'I in i l i:ip.
ing tablespoonfiil of cool d i r i peaches in eachlil ce o1' l.iist ;oIII .l :II
(,'elI In It. I lt Il i sl\ 1Iilii iillllhiI;, iil
a steamer anl St n ilii l 11:11f :Ill
hour. Dilsh tlheim ai.d tl .ti\ tI li 'ili itiii
an apricot sauce. 'ill 'i |'ll s 1,1 I'-,l.m
tablespoonfuls of alll ml Iii;l i-ii I. l.,
mixed with hj iln' it cililnl oi f A.ii ..-
and a teaspeoonI'il of t litllr. 'tl.tr i
the Sfalu e oifter Iin l uill 1111l 4 id i1 i ::-
spootnful of t'i:ullthnil .-tIIt:i. \ ih.-i
the caram eli mui tls. lil ;iu,.'-i, i. .,iy
to serve.
roa r t -rilct-ilii .
DO not take ove'ryililug yuu i.!u i: liu!k
of.
I Pick and chose nanil i)rp:l:t-e 1-i:.-
fully.
* 'I]lx boxes aotli nl-n -eil ivl,'r i\ :I] ,i
rent Iluesilliess.
The v-alue o iC ll I, l'>- will 10 f \(i-
dent Whien thie fouls url 1:Li 1 ol lil1.
harmed.
WVise people t do no( III.-ul. It |1:I ,
here 1 ce and .1ll rl.l t \\':ir'ii I' ir Ilt i .i
t-eiilent, uilessi lIl'y ;:i in i l i i ,,
othei r vehllloe tind c t.UIry lii --l ii -. -
illes.
For Iced ea i' lea 'HiP'i ,' .-hlignIIi .
m ade i ltt iho nl.> V'rY l. i.l .i'i l ,, ,
Ill n sunll glirss jl Lr. It I. i, .is ly \\t '.-
nued wlli sprinlag WIailr.
LeOInoi jillei, I l.I tI.tr 11 whli t r\ i
other fruit Jiilces ote lil. i1. lih 111 .j,
be carried Ii a siLill glin.-~ J:I. '1.'! i
lug lem ons L itlc ill'iI; II 'illt I
messy!
A. person \vi'who ilrt\'n s 111 Iin ..i :
paper unlpfill 1::is I o lin-II.,'1 s :i .i
picnic.
Sm aill friuitA. tll.i l ii 'lls iut. 1
nionds iL'r' :illuoll (11- :1'y :111l
liclous L lilAg.s tj -triry.
ialah ty itiJlidwil-.iho iliill.od In I .tl i
paper arc' the stillillly of r i ,i.ld i'.l :I
feast.
If a fire is to lp Itllrl Ilir'n il:n.: I
surprises. A l ilr"l 1.1r i lt4. ilIi .'':1
and with It o.I e iy li.it 111r i'':
chicken, I eoa I Ill t ii t il: llit h i-. I I'
frylu g one of l li 111) i.lt -.- itle -
cers.-Phiiladelplhlu 1I:coril.
Fonr EIully liino Su.al4lint1.
Egg Sulnd WVII im n ('tcnl tli.e lit- i;
together lie yolks of 1 Ii11 l imall l 1 .
Cnd an eqnl l c ilc:ilitly of N1ilhitYi I
cream celie e. t-:i.-son wV.tll ittill iilu I
nayenue, an d irvll into llltil Iiill, .\i.
Cflngo some li e ot11 le l O i II in i li II Into very smallil l |ice.i-s tlh. \ hil.l s 'i


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SUFFtRiaO FOR FIFTEEN YFAAs.
calmpplitetl Ietored to Health.
Mlra. P. Brunzel, wiffe of P. Brunzel.
stqck dealer, residence 3111 Grand
Aye., Everett, Wash.. Baas: "For


fifteen years I sut-
ferld with terrible
pain In my .back. I
experimented with
doctors*' and medi-
cines,g but got little
It any relief. I ac-
tyally believe tho
achiing In iny back
an1d through the.
groin becntiue worse,.
. did not know what
it wls to enjoy a
night's rest and aroso
In the morning
feeling tired iljd uin-
relfltnshledl -[Iv tif-


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r ARICLTURiALe


Training Cow t l .Sunmmner
vWhile In many sections grain feeding
must be donor this summer; the ordi
Uary practice is not to feed grain to
bows that are on pasture. This is ac-
knowledge to be a mistake by thloso
who have tried both methods, provided
their cows were grade or thoroughr-
Iweds. In. soie sections the belief n
gnln hhas been carried to tio extent
that the cows are barn fed tihe year
throigb. That this results In a good
milk flow can not be denied, but there
Is some question as to the advisability
f- m Ut tijiIu iiit lvukt Ut tvrolut, m lltmitW


,-..X..L...... .. -I..L*U alI.i ivillng cow uio ylass enu l rv
firing sometimes was sihnply inde- Oni the other hand, tjicre caii be ino
scrihblel.. Finally, I saw Donal's Klid- question about the ralue of graulIng to
noy Ills advertlisedl and got a box. a moderate extent In ncnectione with
After a.few do. s I told tly bhusban!l pasttiing. To coaucimence with, tile
tlihlt I wii fviellhig nlnult better and simply bf grain should be snall; sany an
tliit te iill s i \i ,t ihilnig ie gni o il. iint n day. Itncrea llng the (iunil tlly isA
V\ Itii I ii,.i-l. .i lial I ox 1 felt 11ke a lhe vtilue of the gr ils dem'rcniiv T'li
if'.'- t w riiin. didn't Mslop nat pxpeins of tills phil Is erlniinly si1nall
11ii. i-hi.n il I oiitlihiei l tile (trent'- L'ot iplrrd witn h Ili h eilesll ann ditlrIn
iiI"'.i' 1 ti i I li- i.ti i; in 11 lioxSa. this m lonth ntml Aiiuiig t ii a II io, o l liii
' '11' \1 I-, Ii: n rI .'r rn nlr until n wn'Lk to test It.-Indianinp llls News.
JIl.1 1 1 II. tI l III (ll ..'o l i ntiserui. bln ,
l3 .nill I I ,uil n iihPlir lo-> and Poultry lll imndtll Frill".
lliri, .I1nI ii ni iimitv .lmritortItl t Tlit Ihere Is gho od prollt In ranl1lu
h,..IrII .,iii' I hr11 a y Ilu.- ni(t very poultry In connectlhii wlli snin ll t'friils
t-f.f ,it,,-1.3 \ ,.r3 I ti. I iiI i. i 'll\'1 ft li' h1ni Li (i1 repeal eilly E rov ',ll; on Illi
li hl niii Ic iiin : 'iI l .ill .o l oir t1ii.t' i i n l hi l o lie r lia o lI n ii n y uI'l' il rmOs 1 1 i '. 1` i l t-
if if li. .- l ll,, 1 1. 111, o (' iii ii lhilli I. r il, l i.' i,,..).ih ii tu111 1 w ill 1) o I) bleI Ilnlie It) ke.-1 i ti lt,- fiow ls tfr.illi ili'
t\\h, -; ,,i.nli l.n 1 iiiiii. ii ii it ita iri. fruit p Ilnl,. If ilia 1 I.m doie lihrl iLT will
..,,- l lie no I ruiillh In Workingi' bmlii Indii(t-
.\ i ll i i \i r ifliti g trril rlir l rl y i thtriesD I ll dv' ntyl'la for tlho time \it iti
ii. o tli i i. Fh si ir.,l Ami' runl l i tIhe frrl llt ii.d-s i sI o InII alttt itnhl 1i i
\\111 l .. i. 1 1i.i1 I n n ill p rtl of h Ilti t 11 p ilowl hed L IIi \v] f .w lived hrniwi .
'i il 1 : 14 .1 ;i ii I illii Ad- Iin wtirklt ig tlils cilMlilnl i nihll" It 1 i I
ili'.- I'.,-1. r \l11 .1i ln *'o, illlTnlo. N. good pil:in to rn'ilse p illry.v I:li'rg ly fir'
V. lI',r Il, 1 j. .ill di'lr ngis J. Prli'e ilho 31e of Illo nr'Oiios hM In i o t :ill nilI
C,4.i i 'i ii. L|I r l.i\.i wlter plroidl livlton of egg t lein, If ith
youn t c liles tire 11.-lc i d ivalrly in lllt'
For tP e Family. Furs. IlrIring, forli of thhe iwourkof Ot lill'y will
SIniterf'ere Itit llillk? \ % li \\w ht, Il,.-tli'y
\ .'.. i. 'l..r 11,11, ', I 111i sm ain ll K n'll ,lonlt hil< b w h'III ml I lhe 1 ,11 Il .
, I i," --, ,I li i ll r' n hi w n lif1111111 ln ll. 11.y I 1 1.1t 11e il., II ii lt
,'1*'. i '.1: i 11 :. ill' i I .\ 111.1 1 t illll) ll I f io01tifvy .N i i zj inlli II L'ii ii ll- I till -
r ,l lhll; I il' \\'hl plg hibilbl le I:11 i11111 frl' t l lolh s iliu.'l'r F li IIIld lit, li\t
I', lih .v.i r,11 lr I in.h slv A lii1nil.fli [roible Il keePtilig Ileni nl ilrl. l,''I r 1
..I 1 :iilnilIj.\ \ ii i.> l s i o 'rilcor'l. Mi!lM w ho ulist linl ltilke, n a i si t frllit-itl
Ih,- 11i 1I111i ri Ilg ilnlg i .il.-r (i)\m 'r. illo0ile tli'r-e Is ) 1 lI' llir CO:11 liln.1 11 ll
b h1,i Ihil i i : i' hil, 1 11':,'cl;il i 1111 i a Illnt of 1Uli I1l.ry ild nmiall flilll-
inl ;ri,, ih I .i i i >lih k. 11 t ( idl'inlitiull B N W B.s.
is llinr'f inillil II ll.."- |)irll' ilnl r .L'pi
ch trea l or r teii-v


pilh. <, 'S

",An ilnr ri2 a' m It.'li in n'nv-cn,.
nilill a asli n ,ilkc Il rl. T. s lo.
.mnlo (if lh rin [rf idlur."
"\h'" lihi'l s i iinadl,, ilammna?"

ATTORNEY MOYERS DEAD.
Wa s Enga0ed in the Collection cf War
Calm3 fcr Nearly Forty Years.
S'..I llil rni M 11. ri i- h.i [for iplw.r.l i rf
f-..lt V yi-AtRin will1i 1rt" >.:4 t I111 i ll olil ..0i' 'll
i:-f war nlinlll r.g iilnl l It ti lov. ,rni liillt. in .1
tit-'. i .., -t lil< r, l iw-i -r iu of i irng i' lti
wl ..il .jl, ll h> dll hi ,, 1.- I:) uRligl ing i Il
ii .-I of till. piartI Walir Ill,-% of pra ` 'n .
dtm m ,. .1 til. 1 1-41 i1 t11 ti1 lit W li lti n.t-i ,
II I; Ii .1 r,-'- ill it.--r' i. w at iti, ir mmill -t4
Il Wiilhi ttionli. Altl rn'y. 1. l1 Mloyorlt itld
(i. I '. i i.inid f-ilr. m i-i i lit .I w ith
hii i i i i i .' l li :tl 1 l w ) '> rt ,o l i n ul ln t %l >
\li nr-ir I ru.A-i.-iIll., i ,i O ll tclilli plalt ''l
-i-."1 M I l- r.'il,> I'I i n\ .- % iV l fo r tnI mW
t,' itl r,. mu tt-i tth" i r.,q..,it for thil
. ,II. -itin u ll i- .-h i liiin s fo r .'lstorl f ii n
ll.t i i mi r'Illit nI, t .l n' 'iin i i i ev -r rigl t ir

.,lI iil t .n an:d tht ir itl-.r i \'v l -riln llth-
nir.v f. y. r- v r li.- ll.I r ,- ,ili In la rg i ni i 1 -
It .. 1 .r i t'l .'.~,~n .l. il n it- l I .I :i i i.-'l u -Al l l ly
i ir.. ,u i-,I It ll..-''11 -. .

Thi MIllckl.In i linrar7l'r lsterlirp of
S-ilil'ln ilMaiMl;iiiinr lire 1int hillng, only
alliliclig Thio I l.ie nll.t-l "Ilow lMIs.
Tu inigtitin lalid N,-t Sino QiiPn-e Vrl[o
ria," whi Ih ipp irs In ile S-icptil'mlmor


The licoin III Colli eiieiin nt init s li1, t
r:iriteful fIeedlili; to lir'p iher in lil:1il 1.
('"li r r al ia cleitlitilc; Ito t ile l .3 l, iii
'ilid lilrumoto e: i glsl. otli n iitil iilipi'iii<-.
.V iliiplle device fo.I pm -crl ng cliri i'ictil
froin Ihe nshes of liny :iood lireu is
.jlliclly madeI lll t Iou I a 'illlthll ioxt.
To ianke tiO1 Ilitlit Hilller Allown In
ilie dlrawlng pry 1li, botllin flromii inl
)f Ihie four anid i linlf tby iiglihl-in, l
I loxes nl wI l ,i c lil i Is h lglilgh <'it 11
piece' of )nettllhi (11Ili 11 \vtii w n-ouil III li






A IIANDUY CIIAli'OAL 1oll. I t'1:.
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I lifter will do) bout five inches I iillrt'.
'rack this ove.r lthe loittom oii til' l(.ise
it Olie eind, uiiig ldotilli iulnlici d it lilt.-'.
liend tlo li'dtges ,'f the lmilllin;g il
SilgiliinsI lit Iix oin lite lOtilx h ihnii
l tne-k ILtl' hilloii of i111 box otn lig ili.
Il *.llg It ju-il cuv r Ilit1 li.tlihlg .iln l
,i'projn ctI f tour Itl ld :liit lf iinch or he lIm I-
iyonitd thi e box. il' l.' fui'LlI : liniiill'-.
tinud a iliee of col-dl ulsed liriimigil tii
hole illnd led to form nil loili i..lch it
)ossllilP to linl ig t il hl oftnlr.
T ills Olfter PSetL1i1s H111111l nd I11 lihtl
niffn'r, but It work-l ullni Iko t rllclr Iniiti
'a gI0 oine Into whilchi si'vrnI quirlH l fl


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the eggs. mau luu n iu heIIl orf it.' nl up i1 [ .Ipl'li ll t is on,. f 1 11 s.wi otemt and nsiIe.I wouili be tlhinii' l it n,.e. i
the lettuce. Plci. lc t hln .. hr 1- M I 1 ii t i finl-i b n v drwiig. Arid wlih l u o1.1 pi;n nnd i naii i
it. Jnst befonh sclr ig pii.ll i'\i r I'I [ .S novel. plitilni" It ollii it 10iw isills :it U
a]aild a i.ln o'1iiui.l.so dL i i ,iig. I I tl I huP, tlle ( itlltll if tillt aIlsl ,ll11
froill our kiitcllh nit ilnigi will 3-l-Il iiv r it
Veal Salad-L- .t ti le O -i11 tlb i.' 1 Dolghly cool ntdl ild ti, ,1ily lie 1I.n I i Agric ulturist.
part contaiilnl g iu zirlsilv. h.qu il pro.
portions of cold veti d-. inthlli, l The Vnluo of a IDuIry tCow. l
hblte cabbage Ecrvcd \witll i:loill.li-' "i'lhell a dairyun'Ulll goit iUtii thi I1,t ti
dressing is na v inrv y i li llde il:'1 iet to Illurmilii' It tuw i l( re ni''llu Ily I,
Another way is t1) cut o ililll tc ,llil .1 i cetai lt)I li t- ;
Into half-l ich pieces n t iii -il: II oil] .1i.] d1ifeulrent itles, gl"OV lli4,1oi l ti-' l ct it ,
vinegar for two hours; l. itu tir-s %% It i 1 by the luint retordsu, lill a i lr i ge- .
three spoonfuls of l leti i i o i 1 I n lt'lit lie will 1( l'iillet ln II wlH ll niu J
One tean poiiful of I'l1.1tnI 1.;1:1 1:ld,. ei llnR s e unl4 -ts li t 11118i R oniew illt Iill-
and two of poulitded cl ntu' hlvies or itr irate litowledge oif Ihe mii.irn' of dit I'.i
chovy sauce. Sprlinkle 1 ltli cliI ,'l;. l I ows. A good ilt ill.-vy cowvs ir' w i i
pickle and capers. nmore than their i.-o-rd. Thely im Yi
1 hlave tsilillllllt'i w li i iie only' lllg-llil.o y I
Carrot Salald-1-oil 'iel .votnil car- iy [aillp nrl. Int owhhli unti-.' Io'lpe I
rots in a little water l nill tlenI lr. treat ent i gig t lie -an sly udeh .l l id i
Cut into nan-row stipi. lt ;tliwis'. | A cow's |econtr fori I, riluclug inilk rit l
Sprinkle -wit-h4 u incod ]-tri, i 'i. .it-ti c'ri-lt l uilst aliiwit l b u 'e ')IIli. ]re'rhin In
on, acss, or :iny hi tl i~hill'd. (, : Miss Gannon, Sec'y Detroit ponnectiloll withi hl fdcll.g. Cow '
with a Frcuch drtlsii u Sn-\-, II. Amateur Art Association, tells lnIat L be i such ll i( ho Iqi
ieuo wn i to he sucl- Itla'ay fellesr Itlil t -
yOlg Women what to do to tltere was no prollit Inl keopliig titl li.
woth nyovoid epain and suffering caused Anotlicr unlinlil witl prmlltbl iL slnil-
cold place a teaslioonfluol o1 i nltcfil bl y female troubles. io minrntgvelv llnll fderl'. wlinlvle it
of lettuce leivc\e for encll t-i... If I can conscientiously recommend 1 rai selu at t Inhi Villi mr ,|ii.
ie cheese is cdry. Il can bI iiilx- cream or butter anld serM'-d iir!h .,.i:,. I (onni1 fto te of my s istenars ecord oi n ly .i'l If liilt
dressing or masyottol tP aChI.ilm:ll'; oI) n:iitring witlt fenale weakness and R. record of 11a11ly fumulluig ii ior iii it-
dressing or mayonnaise .rti. o u th troubles which so often befall value to any oiin. The two lituesllri
leaves of salad.--Atuertlean QiCuel. wroe ,nn. I sinfercd for months with cannot lie seiparated
g.ueral wcahneBi and felt so weary Anollter point thII mniust hlI conshl-
R EC IP ES tt [ had h"rd wr to kp r. -d Is tle seanoin of Ili. yvarin lii tile
had* sIhootlng pnlnt and was utterly ,t rr. mll ; l<
Bred liameuklus-ltub Iml.:lm.-r fI.;r i miserable. In my dirtress I was ad- is of n e. ci-ilA dniy dw tht wi i
tablespoonfuls of g:.;:rtld hi.-'. I m-li to Iis. Lynia Pimnkham le yA tilnly aliv lmntet ill
yolk of:o egg. c lgie tillttblo'tii i; Vegetable Coneoumrd, anul it was make lnt-ge yit-luh1 im ti Ill.tunater. anilt
ujeltd butter, a lIttle IIurCIvy i pnste Nii a rnIl letter tiny to me wfien I took the comparatively nothlilg in Ilt(! fall amul
onle anchovy; a hII Iltle sanlIl.i first lose, for at that time my restora- winter. Is far less 'aluablle thnu a'i-
uon anchorty; sa t tle saitr nul til I tiou began. In six weeks I was a other who keeps up a prpety lteanty
rud until br.cowtn pread ou I;ilril changed woman, perfectly well in yield tle year round. We mut remnue-
bread, and brown in Ihe ove\cl. every respect. I elt so elated anid her that It is winter lainyling that p:iys
Butterumilk Cukes-Bent (our ic i;: rlI happy that I want all women who Itest, ant fle cows ilmit hiavue fo le win .
It to the buttermilk with (jo-iei. Sl.ilo lll mI.fer to get well aas I did."- Miss
o salt; mulit well: lssolh'e ea- t e.:sil n t-'n.s TCrIAl;ol9, 3i04 Jonet St. Detroit, tertd without retlurlning inurli for Ilie
ifsoda In two tablolspoonfilis of lrolliit Co rres ldin g Pee'y Mioh. Amateur fool and care nre not plofllnbh nlrem -r
water; add gradutlally lo0tr t-ioitul 1) Art, An Astsoiatli. -.it-OOOfetttIfornitnalof mnlerits. One pound of r-itl -crieain ,r
takea; ad bater auit W-lly lour enou:l) .ioly abo~eter prolifflr atinunenecSolannoeteprotired. butter fatle ts the water is wit Hi ill
rome a npoter thlnt well aioi hulnotn l. It is clearly shown In thin most two In sluammer. Cowr we'll. glolnd
rom a spoou; Ii well and nr t oung la dy' letter that Lydle E. yearly records are know tor prolihlc
lhot griddle; serve with su1r1n ihd blut- I iilhn's VegetableCom pond heavily Il tile spring ul iinunmmr, ut i
-r. will surely cure the suffer ngi of as winter come om n Ilioy dry up nndi
Delmonico Potatoeslleat two cnii- women; and when one considers produce very Illtle for flve or si
fals of cold boiled potatoes, clut iiil that Mins (lannonhF' letter la only months. LuchL a row is far less valti-
dice, In one and a hilf cupfuls of wliti', one of Ihundremln wlalrh we have. thewho pring and
fluce; whlen thoroughly I.eld itinl g great virtiu of Mri. Pinktcham's medi- able 1bnn another rose spring ant
rince; wihn thoroughly lan.itd il d i .le mnntt be ndmitt.ed lbv all. summer records are nrot phenomnenlrl,
_lr In a bllered banking ds; ____ but which keeps up a pretty fair aver-
sprinkle with salt and grnted1 cldese; age right through the winter. To tel.
put In. alternate layers nutll nit the o sthe actual value of a dairy cow one
potatoes are In the dill; spread with must consider carefully Ihese two Iiurl-
buttered crumbs and Ltown ia tie H ant tlons of ylel it proportion to ite i
orc Poor manl Hc can't help It. amount of rood given, and lpin winter
* a l atd Sagd Snup--Put three cup- He gets bilious. He needs a average of the milk and cream. Ynu
ful of real stock over tle tire; po.ik ood liver pill-Ayer's Pills. cannot tell what any cow Is worth tin-
twq pablespoonfula of sago In a Ilhnl- They act directly on the liver, t" so"e 0srt of a'""""wers can be o
eotii water in the back or the i-an1 Ialned to these queattons.--B. P. Sfmltb,
Oat hor:; then stig It Into tie vtal cure billousness. Loe.r31,1 In American Cultivtor.
stIck and cook until It Is clear and -' d or l.
tPtlbapMRnt; beat the yolks o! ope or Want your moustache or beard : o ..
S a I" ddd 'A tltlle o' fl's iaotfifulslWflo rirhblwk? UO Weorl ngm o o reln, tc laNtteaid lfalo
p ur all bkfor ilorites, a ecra reeellIy lltarftd 1I
0p .1our all b 61 Paris by ladlis of tlke BwrlasL coloy,

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Ibtm. \ll w'ttmS .l )tii -4 yruIfl o Iai I rmtllil r it
0ot lili. Bl lnf i lat in't KllIll rneil'iS s illllliiniin-
l .li.r i lnhtI l i t.r i .. im r 4lr w I .n I ,i i.. 2 5,' M l >l ll. A i ,
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L III III-I.-11-0 I
I'ls,' L "i re for .CoiiHt ll I I irlou ii> In alInnll lhal
ia 'll'uln- ftor co liln ninil .lil'.-N. liV.
AMUI.-AI.,0).-'O3 l (IriVO. N. L.. Fol' I '1, l.UI.
i Co i 11i.1 1 II uI l i I il a I 'i lit- Ii i1
lim III l i l It l IIl i.i litt lll' i .i l. l l Ih.l Ih
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If voii ll i i frtilt i ii)n i il.s i o I (i ii -
tloiiud9 n lintl li II Iflriiuny II an l.r-
ag-lit I1o I q i llin th I iiiiou dlH a lheil.
The llvr-ra lmuimirlnl to thl laote
iueen Vim Iril1 Il Ito t1uli W llo d fora-it of
i colIngela isliiaul il. Ni-,-.
lowI Rr i t i ir t) ilinteiek Filr V'iilirrl TliItL
i in Ir.'iirv \ lll -ililit uy iR ri it v I11 .lr iiiuI ofu
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i, t1il /liumI y lli 'llmii mnr llbly ihrlvn from

i. inivriirv. nl l I1i nykl coi Irli in n ly, i i'tli(it

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14ohl hy IDriig,'lsth; pri.,-. 7 7P. iir 1).LIh.
llnll'a F aInlly PIIll._iiro tho I.-'n _
liWindreds of Indlon laborers are ho-
Ing recrultod or norvieo in thIm Koffy-
onteln diamond minns near Kimber-
oy
Edward Halley linIrouilcel mercury
i fhe ollquid for use In thermouieter
n 1610.


Caring for Your B'ooas. CATP t
In nothing is It truer that "Aft sllthi AIi AKKll
In time saves nine" than In the earo aof
your good friends the books, WatlhI
ihon, and as soon as signs or o( lda WasIa Miserabt
appear do yur best to heal thal tie.,aV- sW Ms -'raub
ages of Utlm. A .book-bospitnl mightgt
well be established' in w1(ery 1otlse-l
hold, go that the Injurtew woaild receive
"first aid"-the timely assistance that anY PTrnil I
will prolong life and service. Yotu will M ny Persons
nfltld the equip lment of such a i hospital Catarrh and I
a simplio matter and not expeCX nsive Know. It
You will need. a tube of paste, totiegl
thin paper, strips 'of leiuher and of in- l..s"u... -. ,^.
en, watcr colors, transparent gtuimed Mr. James 4* PPowol
lpapr,. nmld uso ori, With thlse at handle Troost s street, Kansas
yOul miay easl.ly graduate) into a eeoipesM Mo., Viceo ranidd of I
Ltnt book surgo-on, Torn leaves can O.I., ot oCherryvillo, I
beo traightclied, backs can bo rein- write0i .
forced, nlisaesii pas"ts replaced, copy. "About four years A
inutr the text from another vollno. Blutflred with a seere
tsrr?4 of the bladiler, w
hnus many, t good bhook rescueod from. caused coitlinthdlrrtd
early dis.olutlloin lay go ot to an howi- tsid pain. I.das miser
ored and .itcftol old age. Remember and could not stand u
tih t a Loitk of go(d itlion is l -ilihni walk for nav Ilirfrl
lilti) a liunp otf (h l(i; llih 1'iill0 1 IN :ii'- tlme wilhiout exfr
fil titwn I tim lasth frtii r,t nuta i. l111 i twearlness and pain.
f gan laing Iruna a0 ,
ooluck ratlihr Ir;inilitblioi a nap inbili. greatlyJ rllseved mne, ar
1 nl l ii l o1i n l iio1.iimt'.< ii 1,\ il l i l It i. uIeleven weeks. I nwass r
jIry. --':ronm lihilts nnd1 Iitlnfing it 't*i- pletely cured and felf
plioLibtr sit Nicholas. a new man.'--Jainmes
i o w ell.
The Automobile and the Cart Horse. Hundreds of Dollars S
hwift nAtloinolilo (imno ri\--lil In Valiu.
inrl.tlly i)p,1 a rTirpmi 'ttart H1 lolo. 70Mr. Cyrus Ie ir 4hnIIIt
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ells on the market, because
ny are loaded more carefully
d made more scientifically.
y them. They are
HIE nUNTIR'S FAVORITE.


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iFRE CIN and BUCHU
To all who imi ffir.i r tn I n iilf- ii ni A ,lf lihI ei
w iO m fr' r m tlrII(h i Il Itry, I.Li, It.II ll rl, Ilolt.,h t
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Sa" AMMUNITION !
I las a feeling of confidle'crn hi
h ll cartnmdgir.. 1 tI'y I ii l't
m nlifife and always slhou t wlicire
S ) ,u aimn. I
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Sndl for altall. -, i
STh Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
D Urkucport,Conn. .


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ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES

W. L. DOUCLAS
*3.2 & *3 SHOES Si
You Ranu ave from t13 to .$ yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglase 3.00 ort$ 3hoes.
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Southern Normal University
HUNTINGDON, TENN.
A. E. BOOTH, Pih, D., President.
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CURLS IN YOUR HAIR


Carpenter's OX ARROW POMADE
.(aniAst nr ilmiraluiins
Taklet themil i nll i nd keniy i fnr i altltn Inil*n dle
xhlia Int,, Hi lnlll. 'Ilil'* wa ly you nae
lt. Il'nl i tllhlly i>,frrfiiiri--1 l i i.
PRICE, 25 CENTS,
At lhll Ill lilr H irr r r mllud on reoaelptl oft
1.11 1 Iii l rillfi 'i.
Addr-.. CARi'PNIR R a CO.,
SLouisville, Ky.


DESTROYS THE KIDNEYS,


e---Could Not Stand Up or Walk---

Pe-ru-na Cured,


ard family medicine, CURED
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. S ive s s
It's a regular nerve YneI311or.
Reinly s 2todm lri In M0.
lifter, a perfect blood i,.y R e.mows elrw..ll In Bo
llldcii i;efrtc c ie Iti er mtlltiii nlire
il i d m taInto &-iliy. rrla-il toti mistm
builder. lI .-. SiAll. AIIdn|ggl gltventret ,uN1,slnCin. b llcr
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Half- Sick

I first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla
In the fall of 1848. Since then I
have taken It every spring as n
blood purifying end nerve*
strengthening medicine."
S. T. Jones, Vichits, Kans.

If you feel run down,
are easily tired, if your
nerves are weak and your
blood is thin, then begin
to take the good old stand-


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l'tii i JAMES M. POWELL.

ind 1 ivitig 1n1o ih .iii.us it 1 tin csiatarrh twherroor lo-
'. I apoirt hull- p -ii I N ullmii r y.ite.-,iltllo .atarrh rem-
Ililnt li ti hilt h dihl oily hi.a n- ye t i-ontn devised. Insist
ui13il 1 it IIwo wrolkli nnll e llonfl hai rinll Iho1u1 lltitllu d.
Sll. II, u11l I I.eLpt rI 3'yn1 d-o not derive prompt antd aslls-
itt iu 1." pi will f1tniory result from thio uso of Pernna,
-I. Wi'ilt I s\'in, writu atonce toDr. Irartman, giving a
I havi- 1-..i n \<-ll (i ill stltlrntent of your oaue and lie will
roig u ivo'- at.- rf -t 1.- hil il to givo yon his valuable ad-
ll. I vl ,, ritll4.
tof ir ] l ,iii Vllh,. .A\lir, l. t r. litarimnan, Prelidenti of
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....Th 'l...li.t..iTi-AB Star, BOKER WASHIINGTON. In the three cornered snitaorial 41
A negro organization of Boston, race no man can safely place Hills-.
D. B. GODWIN, known as "The Sufferage League," boro county. Each candidate has
Editor and Proprietor. has shown its inappreciation of the his followers and admirers. Some
efforts of one of the worthiest of the tall old campaign work will have.
|. Entered April 29, 1103, at Gainesville, negro race la behalf of Ills people, to be done in these diggins-Plant
F la., as seond-class matter, under Act of by adopting tie following: City Courier.
Congress of Marchl 3. 17. "Inasmuch as Booker T. Wash- --
Published every Tuesday and Friday, ington has glorified the revised con- The strict enforcement of the
at 1.00 a year ill advance. stitutions or the South, has mini- new vagrant law id Georgia is
S 50 Cents for Six Months, mized the Jim-Crow car outrage, likely to result in the addition of
2' 5 Ceuts for Three Months. has attacked the wisdom. of the an undesirable elernent to the pop-
S A)uvF.arTSIN, RAr7S. fourteenth and fift ath amend- ulation of this State. Already
4Local Readers in Irevere type, 5 cenis m ets to the contititton; has de- some cities, notably Jacksonville,
a line for each insertion. preciated the primary importance are feeling the effects of the law.-
Space for displayy ndvcrtisVcaetIis Ipriced of the ballot; has preached tp the St. Augustine Record.
on application. colored 4t6ple silent submission to
.intolerable conditions and makes Senator J. M. N. Peacock, it is
Great things will come to Flor- his, people a by-word and laughing believed, will aspire to another
ida. Only.ra few days ago three stock before the world, he is not a term, and he is a strong man.
immense whales washed ashore fit leader for the colored race, and Soe months ago Joh B. John
near St Augustine. no president who recognizes him as. son was talked of for this place,
I High Spriugs now has an Ice a political leader should receive the but we have heard nothing of it
plant in operation. Politics may colored vote of the North. recently. John is a fine and able
wax warm, but our High Springs "Therefore, since President fellow and would be a credit to the
friends are fixed. Roosevelt has given him charge of couuty.-Florida Crescent, Live
the appointment of all negroes of Oak.
Jacksonville claims to expect whatever State) in the 'Union, and
S 15,000 of the soldier boys next has made him the iegro adviser as
Monday, and that she is prepared to all policies affecting colored The candidacy of Hon. John N.
to receive them in grand style. Americans, in the interests of our C. Stockton for the Upited States
race we call upon President Roose- senate is rapidly gaining ground in
If Cleveland becomes a candidate velt to dispense with Mr. Washing- this section of country. Mr.
for the presidency the republicans ton as our political spokesman." Stockton is really a people's man,
(and the few democrats who will and may be depended upon to re-
support him) will probably elect CLARK AND CONGRESS. sist to the last ditch the eucroach-
him. How can Frank Clark expect to ments of trusts and corporations
Richiond, Va., has a bank th be elected to Congress from Flor- upon our democratic institutions.
president of which is a negro Ida, and he niot a citizen of the The News stands for democratic
,, woman. The negroes have a State? We are told that while he principles more than for men who
chance to do seing the was in Oklahoma he was a full may or may not he democrats:
South. fleged citizen, that he voted, can- .therefore it pleases us when we
vassed and held office, and he has find our people lining up with such
A contemporary says that instead been back in Florida but a few men as John N. C. Stockton.-Pal-
of taxing bachelors for not marry- months. metto News.
ing, married men should be pen- Article 16, Sec. 20, of the con-
Y, sioned-for they have been through stitution of Florida, reads thus: There are other things rotton in
the war. "The governor and every State Georgia besides the prison commi,-
;.--- officer are hereby prohibited from sio. Soe tie ago Sheriff
How foolish some Kentucky giving certificates of election or
ip murderers are. that they do not other credentials to any person as Walker applied for a requisition to
'. flee to the mighty(?) and nmerci- having been elected to the house of go to Georgia after Sam McGoogan,
ase s representatives of the United the negro who is wanted in Levy
ful(?) Durbin of Indiana as soou Sttes congress, or the United States county for running a blind tiger at
as they commit their crimes. Senate, who has not been five years to a lndela a
a citizen of the State and ten years Newtown. After a long delay and
S Alachna county's next grand a citizen of the United States, and more red tape, Sheriff Walker
S jury should ascertain whether or a qualified voter." went to Georgia only to find tlat
not some of the persons who have If Mr. Clark could not be given his man had fled, his attorney hav-
been going on so many bonds of a certificate of election, it would ing been notified by the governor
late have done any false swearing, certainly be useless to elect himi. of Georgia tlat lie had issued a
----- warrant for his return to Florida.
Caleb Powers las been convicted, The Powers seen to think, says L.iis is a mIall bhsiness.--l.evy
but that does not necessarily mean the Savannah News, that if Russi; 'l'iames D)emocrat.
that he will hang. If he is ever does not get out of Manclinri;i
hung his friend Taylor should be pretty soon the problem will re Illinois for Alexander.
S at the hanging, and go along with solve itself into a different Ipropo [Lrum MletrItlt.s Klck Column i J
him. sition, nnaely, Nranchluria getting
'! .. o o ,, I have ..becn i tender of The
S- out of Russia.
-iM tro polis (1i1ing tie %inter
Hon. J. E. Alexander is in the g
city, and seems oneof the surest The talk about oil deposit in monothis for the last I\o years.
men that he is going to Congress Florida lias soimewlt.t sulbsidell, I atin especially gland to sec you
that we have seen. He don't claim but natural gas can be located al speaking so favorably of James h.
to be running for Congress but say. most anywhere in the State, and Alexander, of DeLatd, as a canidi-
he is actually flying. the supply will know no decrease date for Congress. Mr. Alex-
-e is Bc- 1 l 1 i f._ll a. .ii tI


.' Sheriff and deputies; niarshal
S and policeman: Keep oine eye on
the man-wheather he be white or
black-who stands ready at all
; ties to furnish hond for the iuei
convicted of selling liquor. You
S know what this meaus.
It might pay Mr. Stocktou to
get the editorial page of the White
Springs Herald of this week re-
printed and a few hundred copies
sent to doubtful voters. Such a
S paper as the Herald is this .week
will certainly make votes for Stock-
ton-


The Congressionall caitdidates
will start the ball to rolling in a
few days, and tlheu J. M. lIarrs
will say -soie things worth hearing.
IHe is a strong inan now, and as the
campaign progresses, and lie gets
auiong thle people, lie will grow
stronger.
Turn-abotut is usually considered
fair play, so, since there hais been
so much niliexing of a portion of
VWest Florida to Alabama drurgii
the last few years, how would it do
to annex Alabanma to West Florida
-for the IK-tcit o-1 West Florida
candidates-- iitlil :iltcr the primary
is over?


A' A lew pna c.llci .'ltinauc to harp
about what they speak of as Stock-
ton's baj break at l'innti (;otda,
but none of thiim ttenlet ti, dtimny
the. truthfulness of \wliat ie siti
there. Stockton's charges aganlast
Taliaferro inust be denied, and


proven to be false, or his
bedeiunis.

A want of a sufficient ai
i wind at bthe proper time is
-;. .- '' one of the causes for thl
S d"' elay in gettinIg throt
S .ea of races between
ait^@' $a- Shamrock.
.",' faIttbali 13ii4q mind, and
.- 'ther Berzi h't rMces is to
,- taken. e1 iit "tr :i'orid
i .i '.tii a caIL

|^t~tt~bcan wa


Until next summnner's primary s rall lanlutLi 10 s especaitI y ltt i tUl s c
have been numbered with the a position through the fact that
events of the past. during his long residence in Wash-
-. ----- ington on former occasions he has
We have heard some little men- become eKtreniely well acquainted
tion of ai imant named Dougherty with public men aiml manners. I
being a candidate for Congress. know Mr. Alexander, perhaps, as
Who is lh? What is his occu- well as any other person outside of
patio and where is his habitation? lis own State. I had occasion a
We never heard of him until a few couple of years ago to travel out
miontihs ago. Is lie a Floridian? through the southwest with Iinm,
If not why is hle running for Con- and there is hardly any part of the
gress here, and if lle is a Floridian States of Tennessee, Alabama,
where has lie been, and when did Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas
lie get back home? and Texas that he did not possess
If te ma who follows t plow, an acquaintance, not only with the
wields the hoe ad prods the representatives of the respective
ieds the oe and produces t he States in the United States Senate
nation's wealth, would like to have
some say about the way andd b and House of Representatives, but
whonri the nation his labor w as somewhatiintiiatly acquainted
makes rich antd powerful is to be with all the local State offices and
a great nmanuy of the most promi-
goveined, lie should, by all manner a great anuy of the most promi-
gof neind, le sliotld, by all men who uent citizens as well. It is a boast
of neanus, cast hiis vote for nmen wio1
o CT s tof Mr. Alexander that he is person-
favor uiLrtC'rON S by the masses,
favy te ally acquainted with every voter in
and not snI.HCnToNS by the few.
and ot STCTONsh by the few. his district, in which, I believe,
When we find a candidate opposing e is veryfr iss. How-
e r st ad he is not 30 very far amisis. How-
tlie primary system, and jvaitnitig
to e nprimary stem, an co mention o ever that may be, I believe that Mr.
to be nominated by a convention of Alexander is Scrupulously st,
Alexander is scrupulously honest,
a few select politicians, we feel jus- an any promise that le makes to
tifled in the conclusion that there is t t
"something dead p the branch" e voters of lorida lie will do all
somethingg dead up the branch,"
in Ins power to keep. tIe is well
and we then resolve to go above i ogret tu r ,pi
known by a great number of poll-
tile carcass before we get down to
di. ticians throughout the West, and
drink all who favor clean politics are
STATE PRESS CLIPPINUS. heartily iu sympathy with Mr.
Sbg c a the Alexander in his race for Congress
There will be a big crowd at tie t.. B uSE
J. HALi. BRUMSIY.
Shell Popd barbecue on the IGth Ill., Aug. 3, 3.
inst. to hear Hon. J N. C. Stock.
,ton. We can almost claim him i as
a citi7eu of Levy county.-Levy T
-'Titus-Demuocrat. TNrT I I-
haue s-ai ~ A .ING..4 S I.


--. wi I -- A X\ J. J. 1 I -A V
ae -- Your Chickens, Eggs,
-Stock ton's Puuta Gorda speech V''egetables, and in fact all
-. humnier. ]t did what tno kinds of Country Pro-
', a hmlmter. It didt what nio duce.
nount of aniotit tI pleasaut smooth oratory T ce
i said to coud do. stirred up the people to a EW E AY
ie trouble rdaliz.atioi of what their 'buslinessHighest Prices for ou
ugh with Senator' is, and converted many a Highesttry P rice and Sell un
t'Ie Re. Tallaferto iall to a Stoakton ute. Cheap as the Cheapest.
Let this We have ito difficulty in forgiving '-
whenl aln- the latter for calUing a spade a A L L N
be under. spade, even if it did outrage the
la waters, sensibilities of tbah wlam;wh tt whit. Us when o SL want t
4 A that We waut the trutl:*4 10d ar too k S
supply tender to hett' *It,',~.'aXoadii UAINfBIVtJLf i Bili ,
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TIIOM
We Have I

In Stock, and are constantly receiv- C
ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
Women and Children, at popular t T
prices and of the best makes. $ -T GET-

We call f iE TEI

Particular attention to the LadiesT-
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer- E r HBLE
ica" and "Walk Over"' grades. L

J. D. Matheson,

t ho ndBi Lenter $tore. ainebirille, Fla. a




" El .AB O A.E I)2

ALXFL riT3TIES L TIyqL
Schedule Effective June -28, i.o,. I I|
27 ) 5I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 51 I 31 I W) D
9 35a 8 oop 3 oap Lv Jacksonville Ar I o 7 1 5 "'' p
0o 15 8 55P 3 4o .. Baldwin I 2a ,.I t 2
1146 10o 45P 5 o3p .. Wallo .... ... I .Ila .' 5 "
12 20op .. 5 36p Ar. {GAINI SV I.I, E I.v 7 5. *j
5 36p Lv r 7 a .a ... .....
7 55p Ar Cedar Key . 5 1. .
I 26p.... Lv . Silver Springs .' 5
I 58p 12 5Sa .. La .. i P' l i
2 55p 2 13a . wVilwood r l .: I
5 lop 7 .. Orla do .. Pl d 25 -' J'
4 14p 4 18a .... I)a) e C it
5 Tip 5 39a .. .. Plant City '
7 op 1 2a . al etto .. I' '
7 28p 1 46a .. Man atnre ,
7 45 12 30p . SarasoL .. l* ]j ,.
6 oop 6 45 Ar Tampa .
NORTH AND EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW (Rl.I. \N- 556 ,
Lv Jacksonville .... 8 45a 7 14p l.v Jacksonville. 3 p 9 ,
tAr Fernandina ... o osa 9 oop Ar 1,ake City. .s. .. 5 'pr *
Ar Brunswick . 12 op 1t 35p Ar Live (ak . .
Ar Savannah op 5a Ar Maison . 7 5.5P I : .' j
Ar Fairfax . 3 09P 1 4.4a Ar Monticello ... 9 lop i,,'
Ar Denmark .... 3 57p a 200 Ar TallalIIs8 :e . 3 P I
Ar Columbia . 5 30p 3 55p1 Ar Quincy . P 1
Ar Camden 7 4op 5 5.4 Ar River Junctioni .. 5 (
Ar Hamlet . 9 55P 8.o5a At P'ensacoln .. .. .Sop P O
Ar Wilmington . 12 05p Ar Mobile . ..5
Ar Southern Pines II l8p 9 36a Ar New Orleans .. 2
Ar Raleigh . I 53P u 45a l,v JIa. ksonville .. p ..'
Ar Portsouth ... oo 5 35P Ar Maco 4 1

Ar Baltimore .. I 25a,H1 251)P N sliville u, p
Ar Philadelphia ... 36p 501 St I.onis .... ..
Ar New York . 4 15p 6 3oa Chicago . 9 5
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, )neco anil arasotl, on ., txcrt t ,ilt,. H- ,
days, from njainesville. H. F
Train No. 34, Sealioard Express, drawing room P'llmtan ale-pe betl,.i. 'v


Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond ancd Wasuingtoi(. lestibledi
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Riclinnon Cate dli'l:i I t ton IDeP
car service froti Jacksonville. C .o L
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express car- betute'.c
Jacksonville and'Washington, and drawing room Pullman hleepers butc.n Ja,'lk-
sonville and New Vork. i hTf IIIiIP
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachiua. Willifonl, \\'ta!,uee ..nd iuner- IlgllpU ic u
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Ptllman sleeper between New Orleanis amil JackLon\';llc.
Steamers for Key West and Havala.-Leave I'ort Tanpa l'undaiy., TIesdayvs .,nd In 0Seed 0
Thursday, rr p. n.
A. O. MAcDONEIL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. Ac1 vlllCeS mad
E. C. COBBUU, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


We take pleasure in
announcing that we have
just put in a new line of
Moulding and the latest
improved machinery for
making frames to order.
We expect to carry a full
line of mouldings and
frames and we invite
your inspection of same.
We do not think it
possible to produce more
artistic or finely finished
portraits than we do.
We want your trade and
if the best work and the
lowest price will secure
it we will have it.
Our Studio is always
open to visitors and vwe
invite your order in per-
son or by mail. Give us
a trial order at least.
Respectfully,
cARRTET ART CO.,
Rooms 11 and 12,
flinfsr fai E eli anqe,
Oainesville, : Fla.


We dd all Kinds

hnh iti


O-WO"i. I I11AILlOii
5EC~b qJ A TRIAL ORbER


TIE STAR


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FAGAN & CO.


Sells all |


nds of Fresh


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us, we can


please you.






ESTASLIBHED 1669.

DUTTON & CO.,


apartment,


QAINESVILLE,
FLA.


Paid for ea Island !ottoq

SLint, Large or Small Quantities.
de. Warehouse charges free. Finn offci-,


i l.-le by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.


'-- ESTAPLISHED 1886. --4.
THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
I Gainesville, Florida.
The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
To any piece of land in Alachua County
Abstract of Title o a pie furnished on Conty Applicatin.
TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. All business given prompt and careful

B. R. COLSON, Manager.




t nnTnQ Responsible Companies,
PON /T U Correctly Written Policies
Ul O i..tI n ..i.ratin Liberality of Contracts, Sil
4 Ii llly I UlllUII Prompt Payment of Losses
S We cover these important points and respectfully
I Solicit a share of your business.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE.
SO -E.N.TS FOR T-2HE
M. Victor Safe and Lock Company,

i/ CINCINNATI, OHIO
. Thle "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contenm-i
'~. Ilating the purchase of 4 safe, or anything in that line, from a
SIlox to a bank vault, will save money by consulting us. Infor-
nation cheerfully furnished. Callon or address

Cushman & Hill,
GAINESVILLE, FLA.



iainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.
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