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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 15, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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fC PNEWS FROM What Is GoingO On u erer As Seen


CAMP JENNINCS Iret, ept .
Mr. all0 Mrs W\lr. Ftutch left Monday
for Atlanta. (Ga.,

The Boys Are Getting Adjusted We learn with regret that w. A. Dun-
t agall is extremely ill.
o Army Life Now. 1f J. Peteriina nr tl .Ioe McCatta
ICienl a few\ ill-' ini Pilat La tliis week.


I Mittlti II I rr -II ol It'rt white e is
CAPT. LYNCH COMI'L IMENT ED.I ,,~ itig relanlive-. i ie city.
-- Mrs S. I. l'illiliin tll \\'ayros% Ga.,
Our Boys Behave Well--ut I is iti er I)re't*, CRpt lnd Mr.
i Whildei. it Clark.
S Little Sickness-Will Break l s o(line lro\wi ,of South Carolina is
- Camp Wednesday. tviitiiig Mr. ai-I Mr-i. II. C'. Stevens.
I High Springs gla lly welcomes back one
Caimp Jeunngs, of ler friirest Idanilhters
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. i., 19,3. 1The "grol ii upsi" al "kids" played
Editor Star:-The most of us are get- la game of "baUwl" a few evenings ago
ting adjusted to army lfe Iy this- time. awhch resulted in e of 20 to 17 in
Sand while it has lost most of tie gl ilnotr favor oe the o kif 2
.fvor of the kuil"
and.glitter which some thonugli belonigedl
to it, yet it has its chnruts for those who 1I M.ises M'larioti, 'lehli adI OtVMera iol-
i'tudy the larger memruiing of this callllp of loay S' of CGaiesville, who have been
instruction. The routine cities are now vlsitilig the fanil)- of Mirs. Min. Futch,
fully understood n id work on advanced retr to thi hoe last Wednesday.
hlesB is being done. here has been \'otr editor is in receipt of a social
pme p l.omplaint of the crmmissary dle- letter from Prof. N. R. RIott, in which lie
apartment, and in a few instances some Lsay' he will open the IHigh Springs High
very hard kicking, bnt when complaints School oni Moulday the 28, of this month.
hlve'been fully investigated it was loiiunl Thirty tons of ice have been shipped
that either incontpetincy o.r a lack of frini ligi Springs to Cainesville during
knowledge upon the part of coluininy lthe \eek It is the quality of goods this
ootminander-. ('apt Lynch lias heeni a pli.it is turning out .that is doitig tlhe
miost efficient officer ill this ilepain tent work. (;ainesville has two plants.
and deserves the thanks of the entire hri- Miss Cora Whilden of Clark, who has
gade.. een visiting Miss Mary Richardson,
The hospital for the entire brigade is was called horne Sunday by the illness
meat, well provided with needful appl)i- of her mother. This popular young
aoceb and with competent and kindly lady is always a welcome visitor to our


disposed physicians. A few men only
have been ill to any extent. These young
m6t are frequently cireleRs alouit their
he lth, it is a wonder that more of then
arinot sick.
The guard house hits leen it center of
attraction most every lmoring. So far
no member of the Gaines ille Guarids has
been under arrest and only one of them
has been in the hospital. The boys have
hi- their fun but it has been of an inno-
cent character for the most part. It
would be almost a miracle if there wirs
not some disorderly conduct 1upoli the
part of a few, if one considers the nurmi-
ber of men in camp. As I see it swearing
and drinking are the danger points of a
man in the army, not that these are llhe
only things that stare them in the face,
but the temptations to these tlliiugs, re
the strongest. It would have been a
': God's blessing to the troops if thert wtre
no saloons in Jacksonville itto which
These young men could go.
The-heavy rains interfered with tihe
drills and parades but did not seriously
Sdiscommode the troops in catimp.
We expect to break camp Wetliesilay
morning and he at hoine on the noon
.train. W. J. C IRI'RPriNTi.k,
S Chaplain Second Regilment
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Important to Teachers.
Editor Star:-J have just received the
Following letter from Dr. Venable, presi-
dent of the Southern l ducatioual Associ-
ation, according to a request made Iby
me a few days since:
Chapel Hill, N. C., iept. 12, 193.
Dear ilt:-I have decided to call a
meeting of the committee of the S. E. A.
at the Kimball House, Atlanta, on Sep-
tember 23, to consider tinse and place of
the next meeting of the association. I
Shop that you will not fall to be present,
etc. Yours truly,
F. P. VIENAuBI.-.
-I wish to say to the teachers of Florida
that a effort will be made to call the
linAt'meetiag of the association in At-
lanta on December 28, to which I am op-
posed because of interference with tle
meeting of our State Teachers' Associa-
tion, and I would be glad to have the
teaehersof Florida to write nme at the
Kithiall House, Atlanta, at once, giving
their views on the subject. I shall use
the letters before the committee in order
to get action favorable to Florida.
JNO. W. WIDEasAN.
Mgr. S. E. A. for Florida

Advertised Letters.
List of Alvertised letters remaining inu
the Galnesville, Fla., postoffice Sept i 2,
90 3. Persons calling for same should
-ay advertised, and give date. One cent
is due on each letter advertised.
LADIitL.
MiLaria Gall, Mrs. T. J. IHarpe, Miss
Natcy Hill, Miss Sealy Johnson, Miss
Laura Lang, Amelia Sanders, Miss Min-
nie rniidr, Mrs. Lula L. Thomas, Mrs.
Maiy Thomas, Mrs. Margette Williamus.
GENTLEMEN.
"/4'k Eowell, Pink Ulocker, IH. D.
Bryan, J. J. McDoonald, Jamie Gray, W.
Holly; City Johnson, Will Jackson, Jessie
Randal, J. H. Roper, George Sparks
Johnale Waits, J. H. Ward, J. H. Win-
ningltam, Willie Wilson, J. W. Williaims.
0, J. ARNOW, P. M.

New Music Store.
J. A. Holloway, a piano and organ
dealer from Lake City, has secured
qua~ ets here, and will open a music store
light away. He will also remove his
fnily from Lake city to this place, and
become a permanent citizen and business
tal of Ostsesvllle, which be says Ihe
laes'bitar thas any other town he has
5IR-I the State.
OalHtaeYle people are pleased to wel-
la SCr. .Sllt. with his extellestt


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town.
lr. and Mrs. IE B. Godwin were the
charming host and hostess at anr "Up
Jinks" party given in honor of Miss
Maggie Morrison's guests, Misses liar-
nette, Corpen and McRae. Quite a
large number were present, and report
an enjoyable tlite. Thie prizes were as
fol los s:-- Ladlies--[lox of stationary,
Mlisi Mollie Whetston; a gentleman's
chroimc., lr. WVarlield, booby, Miss Cora
Whtlldenl, n tit-k of cadiiy, aund DeWitt
I I.)A. a bottle of Hloyt's German Cologne.

CASE TRANSFERRED.
Ed Johnson Gets Case Transferred
From Colman to Mason.
i. 1 Jlthiiti)i, the negro blind tiger ope-
r d i i% ti l lI tlh his sun, w\V'lttr Johnson,
stpc: a while int jiil Inst week, but later
,- L h nil foIl lih is appetirnnice at the fall
teri 1.A.I the 'ii-titl court jita l \'a released,
ainl who w\\ais to have beeli nried by juryt
in Jirlge.' Coluiiiin's court liist Friilny on a
chrlrge' of violaltinig the lnw against ship-
ping or causing to b' shipped into
Alachuai county whiskey in other names
ilian hi i wni, and without 'having bona
fiut" urdeis fur Saille, will be tried before
Judge Maison insteadI o Jlldge Colman.
\Wh'eu Judge colutin convened court
I rinlay for the purpose of trying the case
Johllson filed n aflidavit through Ilia at-
torniey R. 17. Ilavis, to thlie effect that he
did not believe he coutl get justice in
that court' andc under the law there was
nothing Ior the court to do but to trans-
fer the case to another cotrt.
Judge Mason being out of ihe city at
the time, the case still be tried later.
Of course it is not justice that Ed
wants; he is unwilling to go to the penl-
tentiary, andt who can Ilanme him, but
this case-being the first of its kind-will
he watched with more than ordinary in-
terest, and if Jolnson gets justice he will
cough up some cash or peck phosphate a
while
Cotton Urowers fleeting
All members of the Cotton Growers As-
sociation, farmers and stock holders in
the Alachta Warehouse Company who
are interested in securing the highest
market price for the present crop of cot-
ton, are requested to be present at the
public school building in Alachua on
Saturday. Septelimer ti, 1903, at I
o'clock p. m.
It is very necessary that every cotton
grower he present at this meeting, as
there are some Important questions to
come before the Association.

Major Carpenter.


Among the encampment notes in Fri-
day's Times-Union appeared the follow-
ing: "Major W.J. Carpenter of Gaines.
ville is the chaplain of the Second regL-
ment The chaplain's dutiess are, of
course, greater on Sundays. Major Car-
wenten has a most soldierly appearance.
lie was one of the leaders of the dry town
movement in Gainesville, and aided in
having the saloons closed up."

PFned One Hundered Dollars.
Wyatt Franklin, a negro who has been
acting as though he thought he was a
power in the land, was brought in from
Island Grove Saturday by Deputy Sheriff
II. Finkoson, and tried before Judge
Colman on the charge of carrying con-
cealed weapons.
Ile was convicted and sentenced to
pay Lrco and costs, or serve four months
in the convict camp, and being unable to
pay the fine he will spend the Holidays
in the gang.


GiddeUa' Unparalleled Hair Grower
is all that its sse implies. It cur
pdrd tua fallIng h-2ad pnMae
anew hair. t is a carnUl5tb r di5Pw
For sde at d. D.kGWtlt WI ac,


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TULRSDAV, SEPTUMB ?L( 15,* 1903


NO. 41


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PROF: J. H. FULKS. Cadlet Wheeler aid hIis sister, Mrs. 4* niK &b ,,. -a.^ K ^ ^^^KB
SOUTH FLORIDA The Nw Pr npl of th lne vill arvey HutchintLon, have returned from We av
Tthe hoe of their parents in Denver,
SWEPT BaYn THOR. Colorado, ,l oo, 1Wheeler will re-enter W e- H ave
Prof. J. 11. Fulks, theprincipal of the t or i lRiAS!, n i lll t SV inL 3y. i
S P BRvill.stv .,lr l. and High Sch o.ol.,!i ,' Itr fe,,' ol ,e'pers, ls In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
..t atnetively engaged hi teaching in the nbl, for wrapping piprlotes, can be haddA
Stile of I'lorid for iwrnie fi(teenti or tt Tili .ST.\ r .mce for it cents in- ing 'up-t-dat' Shoes r M n
$wrlre, BrYp ,rW1M betc. ing "uh,-t -dare" Shoes Jor Men,

Great Damage to Buildings, Farms e,,. hieis, ,uiRg which time h re w rc o-rive i>irs fr t W a date Sh oes tor p en,
and Slbipiun. pririnpm i l'the nhigh schools of Le-lin r. T. TV.o .s apla Women and Children, at popular
I.Le Uik, TMon ttiello nAil Arealin. lie little laght r, Miy, ialso NMrs. ThoIlos' prices and ot the best makes.
-- -- i ni oie of Iltirtv two iWersis who lInve olh- mother, All. Steven cl rg. I rve returncedl
SniA'1,1 it l'Ft tal e 'ertiiente in the Sltat of fro Aslihe\ ill. N. C.. e lheie they spent. 7 1
MIAMI AND TIAMA. SUTFFER. hvlta, ,nd the law providing for Sntae several wek As lvery i lei. v. ey spentC
certltifieas has been in force r nine Tiahl),.wnre that wear s i te sort we
-, y: ti. -hf Isa' permits one wlho -iIRsCell. <'nii nl till lnlIl frtrlinlint rP rartiila atfrontii tli itt I 4
Hurricane Swept From Ocean i i essfTlly for five years tunaei a sl.'a r i ot e ti -lt froi vterlingtutt Particular attention t the Lad
..,,z ,,,,i ,,it ,,, .ss ,u lly for fi e y ean ,t er a c i, t l e ,, ,, B r o ckfo r t a n d e n s A l l A m. .e r
to Gulf-Orange provess State cerlilic:ate to be granted a life cer- ti"l ii1 patterns. C. Smitkprt"andMen "All A er-
Badly Damaged. tili,'ate which exempts the holder for life r. Rown. .a and "Walk Over" grades
froini anyl fuillher examination. Hle ia lhagne; t I. Itartoni, Rocky Point; II
South Florilda hals heen visited ly a olne of twelve Ipersons who holds such WViggin', I gue; Capt. A. \. G. Tor-
fenr.fl rand destu,. tive stornl .,-. .,,, 1 ...... r... .icate .. acco... ,rde.. i, it ,...h t .... ert,. A.,loilo. 1,id C. V. M- c ueen, I 1VM t hLn .


and Saturday were glinte lna?. to our Ililions iiniieil.
neighbors to the south of us, .ui thle Prof. Fuslks is one of the nost aggres-
Ilailage to shipping i1log tll i c:it-, to sitc atil prigrt'ssite tenchlerqi in the State,
hllihlingl IanI farmnis .i lain 1l .pi..'111c li\ h ing tile nr-pnuttiioti of hIeing a titst-
to tile orria ige iiliiistry .'t pr, -it. rlirr i' ':t ,liciplin ririnii.
witi so9 n e Ic., oN f lif e, ,ult Ii'L. .' fIIIlt' I .i..-- .
might he Auppal i wlin ithe- 'crr.-ity itf Star Will Bring him.
the storni is conii.dleel1. Mi 11.:mi, 1' l 'p, A gooI I. lv at Archer seiuls lioney to
Putta CGorda, Areinlia, .inl tlhter tosiI p.y for Tlie Stlr to be sent to a friend inl
qiilereil severely Iln m-tr %verre iirtoit l t linllhtii, a;I sa'yie: "\\'e wish to haivei
and o.her ilatiage wI d.i:'- ii lany.I 'I'twncle Hilly' with we tll ih winter, aIin
places, as the stoini i \- ept fimln )i e.in I(oI llitti Icit l- reads The Stat lie will be surt-
Gulf, and Cnrlied w\villh it I r,'.ir llt. ll n 1t 1 o i .tille
both land uilmn water. Schtlit.ile-i \\i .
wrecked, and a inubll r of ltrIIIln Iilio- For Sherlfl.
have drifted ashore. 'rTo the Voters of Alachua ;ontnty :
Prom all accounts thie gr-atent-.i dliianmt I hlcioel nOin unuce inysell a caiilidate
was on the East Coast, lthoug hirt g Lt i ie liofice of Sheriff, subject to tre
aclii of tlhe next D)eniocratic priiinary.
writing Sunflicint iuiforiiiation hIs nu t if elected, I proaiie to disclirge tlhe
beetn received to enable tus l1o give inill duties of the Ifice to the very btst or liy
tling like n detailed accoinllt of Ihli. dtn11- .Iility., ntdl I solicit the support of aill
age done. teri it I t lplls.
[A eleecltfflly,
The cigar inllulaiy ill Tnuilpl4 snfcit:r l W. C. IA(O'Ht.
greatly, as sonie of the factorie- were nun-
roofed and otherwise wreckel. Ortniiige A. M l'o rniell has returned from u
groves are badly ldainiiiged, auil this vi.st l o lii son at MiIyo.
year's crop will be giratly iCedltiueC as a M. F. I Iope anid F. Parrilh were in thel
result of the sLoriu.. city Satirdlity front their home at Hague.
All Florida will feel I ketit inte-, t Mrs. Jetw Itrtze has returned frout
the matter, and will si ,cerely ymlirllhi. i %iiLt Io relintives and friciids in Geot
with the atoriillatlTecrel. while I ie li pi)>e ,le


in all sections will try to hole ithat tlhe
devastation is int as gr';at nlll Cgenleril i.,
the present indications force us t~ fear it
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DIED IN JOPHER HOLE.
Two Negroes Die In Uopher noles
Near Same P'lace and Flnime.
Out Friday, Sept. .1, The Slitr c.aitailied
an account of tlie ilealli of tlill tlI nlegro
by the tnale of Varoi Stioddiler, w ho \twns
a well known residtlll il theiit Traixler
neighborhood (and not fnr from ;\l;ah-
Lin,) who crawled hleail foreltoti into n
gopher hole illn pursuit f lithe O' up0 int,
andl was fouii th ere Ilie it'i: a:l, tlcnaid.
the dirt lnviiig falleiii ill (i liini it ind
smothered him tLo death.
The story seemed to s mie like a "li-ti
story," but its truth wai. voultchel for Iby
Messrs. 0. Bryant and J. S I)tupuis,
two highly respected white ii'liz:.iis of
that section.
Last Sunday nlorning only xtisN
days after we liad pullisle'l tli- ac couit
of Strodder's horrible deathl-our uiorii-
ing contemporary publishedltl anaccount
of another (?) just such cane ni% we hlad
published only NINI d-ays before, only
the unfortannate negro our contteiuporary
wrote about was named Aino (Green,
and the hole in which hie died was near
Alachua.
Some are cruel enough to intiumate
that the case mentioned in T'he Star on
Sept. 4, was the same that was Inetiotn-
is our contemporary on Sept. i1, and
that our contemporary was only slow
about getting the news, but the Iilei is
preposterous (?), for who could believe
that a dead negro could esCale (evCii Iy
going In a gopher hole) the till-ldesern-
eye of onr conteliporary's -ever tigilitii
reporter? The fact lmay Ie that eillher
trie gopher holes nbolit 'I'.ixler lind
Alachuia are very dangerous, or lthe Ie-
groes very simple.
flurder of Angel.


li-s Miggie Tebeau's school c pemel
y:sterIlty, itill we are told the attenluance
wils good
Ctl. C. rhomuas returned a few (lanv
tgoi ftlion a niontth's nojouru in Georgia
,Ind ,.\lIibarl ia.
C. V. c McQueen, a prominent eitl IYe
of ,exinlgtonl, was in Gainesville SLtur-
Iiliy oil hln.ilresis.
Old newspaper, suitable for wrapping
pinrposi's, r eta. a hundred or 25 lor 5
cts. at Ti1'; STAR officer
MhI. I). \. Robertson and chillreu
have returned from a pleasant outing at
\\'orthington Springs.
,iats liaurn Getnii, a popular young
lady of I'ort White, is the guest of M ra.
J Frank Hlunch, this city.
John lleidt, a well-todo planter of
neiar Iligh Springs, was transacting huti-
ne-s in CGintcesville yesterday.
Clief Justice Taylor, who is speundlug
his vacationl at Kanapaha, was a dis-
tilngutiheel visitor to the city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Carver,of Jleckon-
ville, ate guests of the latter's parents.
Mr. and MIra. lien MnIxaon, this city.
J. R. WVillianms, onie of the county's
lendling buliiiesl UJCm, was in the city
SHturday froln his home at Alashus.
ilit Flowers, a cross tie contractor
with headquarters at Williford, was a
business visitor to the city yesterday.
Col. W. W. IIamptou has returned
from Saratoga, N. Y., and other points
where lie hal been recuperating a for sv-
eiul weeks.
We sell the best fountain pen manui-
faclturedl We haven't even a speaking
aci uaitiiiiice with theother kind, 1I. C.
.%utillh.
II. I. Colson, the popular manager
of the Alacihui County Abstract Conm-
;pnly, inItrl Ha business trip to Jackson-
ville SitllUrdlny.
Ircell nIeatm, groceries and vegetables
Iall, send snie your orders or 'phone fa
h.int wein I. ,, 1


The murder of Jno I. Antl l. i y his y'a J "No"iU, .U"iC
NolII. ui and Capt. J2. ell
ville, last Thlursday afternoonu. nas one
lo etn la r.ame r J n iTr,'uui silln Itay from an outing a
of the most horrible aflairn thsat hIave itt gtn from an ourie the
Irauspired il Florida this year. Angel, Woringto pr O coure they
who was an employee of the iolluthii
Expres Co., was performing his allies If you want IloneMy tI buy a home,
lhlll a Ionuse, or pt5 r1 i a mortgage,
at the express office when hle was wilful- or a contract fr profit able hloreetment
ly and dellberatelly shot hy Iiln brother- Oee Moyerre.
in-law Stark, whio wH crazy drunk. c;ainesvillc Is to have free delivery mail
The unfortunate victim of the drunken cr'ice, hbeginuing December i, 10o3.
assassin's bullet was never conmscioiu after Now who will my that Gainesville is not
he was shot, though he. lingered several coming, to the front?
days before the end came.
lt idtliughs IlaireGrower does the work.
Those who say let wnlskey alone antl I-For .-i!e biy Dr. S. ID. Giddings, oalnes.-
it will let y3u alone should tllirk of this 'ville, nnd thie P'ostoffce Drug tore, ilgh
case. Because one man would Ir.t let ,Springs, I-la.
whiskey alone hisown unsulpectingbroth- Mrs. W. N. Wilson and daughter,
er-in-law was murdered, two innocent Ralphie, and Misses Annie and Ruthl
families are wrecked for life, and the Scurratt, returned several days ago from
tax-pavers of Dtvav county must payv the a several weeks outing at Ormondl.
expenses of what is likely to Ibe a long Lf it is Job printing you want just seni
and tedious murder trial. your order to the btar. It will have
-- prompt aitention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
C. (. Clayton, formrily a residest of
Iiigh Spuangs but now of 1'ortland, Ore.,
passed through the city Saturday en
^ route to Jacksonville. where his family
a ;dnow ils
FIOR IALE. A beautiful sods fount,
In perfect order, atul very eciesp Any
6one wishing a bargain should come to
Sl The Star office and see this flat td.
6l4s ia nnle Mcltetlllr was .In tae city.
*8ir6y 1mNs Rex, aceoapmsil try et
Ifatbr, HOR. D, C. eIltwb, ,'l.s ,c-
Sii


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1.exingtoni, were in the city Saturdty.
i A nie line of odd spoons and forks, ld ilu i ill b
fo I ri-. -.Ad, clI Iinnt and count- P L l ll ,
tle' I,. il i lius.. u-i ilith thing for wed-
ling lll il I lilii i'lit 11'. C. Smith. i
Cols. I1 A T-.i.l'. ,,lldI J. W. Ptlon'tai wi wf 1 11 J0 ol s 0"
tie l Ihe t re Tlr.Iir, i 1 ,i1 llile ,ii y hog
ranclih, on lI,g 1,l-.ntl it i e niiith 4,f ,... ... .. . .... .. i -- 1
lthl' S %a e i l\ci 'lil' t Ilre itxiclre tl
Itnek to <-,iilt.iIl- the inr-t of111 t .is t ie'e- %%tk+S^ a
If % ,lit hair is lbecoilil) hillitin in ,il-

a ,il t Ih- I oilta ch-. Itig i ore, I Igh

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SIri IIjiiTiti TSTAR.



11illnd G; I Ilic'k, Itoicv l 'oinl, \vwere
.u1iitg th ie bIisii esiit -s l -. t o Ie tic iliv S
Silaiy TIHI-S IPAPER is published in the inter-
1a1 ,Itr I'rt orli iit a cool ,oIlith est o(' the Moral, Business and Political In-
11 itt'itritilie' i or light |lillt'ck e ehitiu lt i
privilege iof 1thl, lit !I.. It.ett of i nlic terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
chollll. N114 i. W 11,11, 7,1, I:. iraiinge
.trce'l Florida, and in the financial interests of its
City Ma-ialil Chllile-, h'iikson li in
New York lon 1i ple-sie trip. ind diurig editor and proprietor.
his absence e Night 1o'li'ceiii t in J. \V. Croini-
well it- noting in tithi. i,, ,it i niiiIraliIl 1 HOS E WHO seemed to think when we
1itl \'irittir l i lio ,
ltl ,.,,t ,it~.,el i ,,,,1,, tightt started more than four months ago that THE


tei nilS 'est I'll-liec rl'llt'or fa I0 the purpose of shining on a short temper-
nihe frotli o llhl ic c t I't Ilioof tll' 1 li la
litm lailly i l this ot.e anlce campaign were mistaken.
Judge J. Atitow, intlr lipopulnr aind erf.
licic.nt Ipotliastler ,',,celriiic.l hIl birth- 'L IHEL S'AR is the PEOPI. 'S paper,
lnY Sititlla, ili lidren fr ll li.e h, aoi t iIt and will advocate such candidates for office,

ciotlda .,,,tl org ,,.in,1I i ll llla renl as .the editor conscientiously believes are the

wants a Horne. 'Tii. Cb.le l 'l,.io ( people's best friends when principle, experi-
Company wfanl to trnle it v, ud itplio oral
oriian for i gootd li t y ii.net. it',or fi encc and ability are all considered, and,
tlher particulars call oil A. IReeder,
local mnial ger, .1I07 West Court Street, while friendly suggestions are always wel-
G.ailnei ville, 'ia. lI Septimn.
IIon. Chrri,.topher MatheiCso lli ft -nitni. corned, the policy of THE ST'AR will be con-
ii.y ,r Iligh, Sprit g ,ind ikt trolled only by its editor and proprietor.
whele hte i a i l lltl l hilv oiL I ver t-li-u nliltI
ani lre-it l n thl e interetc t '.I ilirt le iiIr' u itic t e
ciapiai i ig in an Cohimuli.i. wlithtrc titer y j T
ut lcal option election i iig eld I OU ed It-
rThe iiinny frileIr ih of I ir. J. I,. .
Tc-cli, %, i n II i Atllanta, where li wenttl
twio lce a liirgil imt i opi, eratirll forin l* e Y ou N eed T H E ST A R .
s-ill bc- delighlteild tint t il- ionriitlon re- -
ceivied lere to thief effect ltil thle opf'ri
fo, i was treslnli, ut' thIt the- )tlor IF YOU favor our ideas-political and
is llohlig well.?
lD not buy your Ihrs.-s anui mnilem now, othirwise-you will enjoy reading THE
lit wait a week oir tau days lid caIl anril S i
see the le lot (f tockthat i nrw being S AR during the coming campaign which
selecteIl by W. R. TIoilias, t-iwho s niow
il the stlok market s ,titikghi. linel c- is to be the greatest ever conducted in Flor-
tifts. Notice thlese coIlutll h)r itan i
ouonceieiit of the arrival of Thomans' ida, and if you differ with the editor, on polit-
stock.
Mr. I. M. Rile,. the Iustling nHima aer ical or other matters, you should read the
of the Gailuaville Plainlitlu nll Ctufill
Co mpay, retmicul it few dlayis go frou paper so that you can know where to hit him
Mfonthlro,,c, where he went on bi.i,teic. and how to head him off
Mr. Riles is pushing lil work here, nriaml
will ,oi inve cthiui.g plresentiig a hu.l- SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive
ineis-like appenraiice. for m th
W. I. Ilill, one of the livest of New fr twecve monthS
York Iife Itnsriince meti, is speinmilig a
few 1Inyl at ilHmN inl tilil city, hinvl *Ag
jiit returned from a Irip in the southern
and western secriolli of the Stia., where
le went In the interest of the "oll. relia- H T A
hle" which li e so ably represaonts.
Thel Jckniiville Mtclrolol hof Sepiteml- D. E. ODWIN, Editor,
hIrr 12, say': "'Miiss Siwti McL'itw nnd
Miss Margaret I. TRylor, of ilvil Gainesville, Florida.
cutlered the licrtlirtIn d,-litu.it of inesv ie,
Mamiey Busineas C(dHlege thiis wsc-k.
These are very IintelligelKt out I Indl h s "% %%%%%g'%;4 I*%%%'I Wvii( ^X
rnnl shouinl mnakie iccresful stenogra-
phers." "
The recent excessive wet wentler ham
given the Gainesville aind Gulf railroad
people no little aiuoiiint of trouble.
'aynes Prairie is higher thnI ever kwlIn I
hefore, andi albut one Inle of lthle f(l. & |;. .
railroad track is under water, ullln trains
running on the track have thle ltpeir-
ance of boats on a lake. C -
County Judlge II. (;. Masoni has retulrn- .'*
en from Ilot Sptings, Ark., where lie
spet several weeks. 'le triall lie smy IS THE PLACEG
wsacvery benteicial to hlnl, as lie feels
dleciledly better than when lie left ilor- -TO (GET-
ida. The Judge's frieuilRs are glad to see I
IslaI home again, nlE to k now ht -IN E TE
was benefited by tlhe outing. I H .

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'MUDDLES AFFAIRS


S Our Warships in Turkish
Waters Causes Talk.


APPROVE AND CONDEMN


Germany Would Do Just What Uncle
Sa 8sm Has Done In the Matter,
S However-Admiral Cotton Awaits
[, Further Developments.

r 'A delayed dispatch from Constanll-
,nople to The Lokal Anz9rger (Berlin
newspaper) which ciot"ieos prints
S omdal news, says:
"Telegraphic conisular reports roi
c. lved hero say that tho murder of
S Christians In different parts ofe tlrut
c continues. Disorder prevails and traf.
Slc Is destroyed.
"The consuls rutlled on Roar Admi-
ral Cotton fur ev-ntiiiual protection of
the forolgn t-onsulates, which he
agreed to furnish It is conslderod
that the Americans cnuld land 500
men. Some Americans, it Is believed,
have already landed. The American
ships are cleared for action. Oth.:r
war htips aru expected.
"The German foreign ofMno apprnves
of Admiral Co'.rn's Inttntlon to land
a guard to prnlect the Uniteld Bat.'s
conatilato at nelrui, if no tsnary, and
ao his holding a landing party In ruadl-
m ess to protect the foreigners thero.
The omicale In Berliti ay tills
would, be Just what the Germans,would
do under r the same circumstances
NevorlhelesR, the feeling in official
rluarters over the American ships, of
.' eirut seems to be that It complicates
the Turkish situation, "because," it is
asserted, "a new element has been
brought In which acts independently
Of. the power more or less co-ordinatei,
and the port may know what to ex
pect. But the American action is no
easily calculated and will tend to ex
Site the Turkish government and adi
S to the perplexities."
Beveral of the German newspaper
while rather restrained In their lan
SI age, look with distrust on the press
eonce of the American warships at DoB
S rut as likely to disturb the Mussul
mans.

FORTUNE FOR MRS. MAYBRIICK

That >lk If Her Attorneys are Succesi
ful In Their Efforts,
A New -York dispatch says: Pigh
Ing to secure a fortune for Mrs. Flo
ence Blliabeth Maylbrick, whose r
lease from an English prison Is oxpec
ed next July. counsel will at once b
.gin proceedings to recover more tha
$40,000. That Is all that is left of th
Immense fortune of .Darius Blake fH
brook, grandfather of the America
Woman now spending the last month
S Of a flfteen-year term In an Englia
prion,
Attorneys for Mrs. MaybroIk will a
pear before a referee and ask an a
counting from Hamilton B. Bradsha
fand William H. Gardener, of New Yoret
They were executors of the will of M
Holbrook, who left his vast estate
his daughter, now the Baroness v
Roques, and a resident of Roue
Prance, with a revisionary interest
her daughter, Mes. Maybrich. Tons
thousands of that fortune went to aa
Mrs. Maybrick from Ihe gallows, wh<
she was sentenced to death In 1889 f
Spcleoning her husband.
Dariis Holbrookl also owned 3.5C
acres of coal and Iron lands In Virgin
and West Virginia, and uiilt to reco
o r them have been In.atituted. Rhon
they he successful, Mrs. Maybrick mi
become one of the woalthlest wonti
in the United States.
I. Mr. Holbrook was a capflallat
Mobile, Ala. -le was assoelated wi
C,:yru s Ileld in the laying of the fir
transatlantic cable. fe founded t
town of Cairo, Ills., and was one
the promoters of the Illinois Centr
hen he died In 1868 ho was coasl
'" otered one of the wealthiest men In it
south.


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IN LAND OF THE LIVING CONSPIRACY THE CHARGE

Though Reid Wlt Bupposed to Have Indlctments Returned by Grand. dufr
Been Burled Over Twenty Years In Poetoffloe Deps rtnt~h Affairs
Ago-Returne to Old Home. WIll Rbeal Griat Sensatlon.

Over twenty years ago a ybnltl man- A Wuasbhington especlal says: One of
named Jack Reid wsi thought to have the persons Indicted' Tuesday by the
died In a welliern city, and him re. federal grand jury In connection warn
matllh worq shipped to Grifflln, Ga., his the postal investigation Is George W.
childhood home, and buried in the Beavers, formerly chief of the division
family burial ground. of salary and allowances, It Is under
Last Thursday light a man claiming stood that the tiharg# I consi)01ty.
to be Jack Reld reached Griffin and Another of the Inlectments is
ro, ed beyond shadow t L doubt against August W. Machen on a new
that hisclalla Wapr trll. Hb has tol.e set of facts, involving lim with Beavr
small IAclIntSl ha.ppening In his early re. The charge Is otttffpiaCy.
llfe Which 'ho ono- but Reld could While th officials refuse to disclose
know, and while at flrst his story was the hames of the tour remaining per.
scorned t untrue, thoate mot Mthep- sons who were indicted, It is said that
tent to Judge are emphatic id the as. none o them is or has bee connected
none of them Is or has been connected
sortie :" .lt the Man Is none other with the postofflce department, and
than alt he itl .Pams. that one Is a man of some prominence,
I R*Itd 6olongs to one of the most It was stated at the city hall Wedhcs-
prominent families In Georgia, and be- day that the IImax of the Investlga-
forq the civll war his father was on s to come shortly whe a person
of the wealthiest men In middle Geor- t cOnnected wshorthe depa ent
not connected with the department,
gli. Jack wna a wild boy, and sowed but equally as well known as the post.
Soat with a prodigality that shock master general elf,undoubtedly
ed may of his friends; spent money will he Indlcted for complicity in the
with n lavish hand. At his father's t e frauds. The grand jury be.
death he inherited a conslderahle for- g hearing the evidence in this par.
uns, Rand when he hbcame of age it ticular case Wednesday, and It Is
is E^afd that his guardian gave him
$0000 in gold. He udid net realize ti stated that when a report is made it
$B0,000 in gold. He did not realize thLe will In all probability conclude the in.
value of money and looked upon it lga llon In Wahligtoncl.
simply as the means of gratifying Ills vestigatopold tern In Jail.
appetite for pleasure, and oven to this Leopold Stern in Jail.
appetlle for pleasure, and oven to Ihle A special from Toronto, Ontar'o,
day tales are told of hi reckless ex- says: Leopold J. Stern, a Baltimore
travagance. manufacturer Indicted in ~Washington
Ile married a Miss Boston, of Savan- for alleged postal frauds, has surren.
nah. but their married life was unhap dered to the authorities. Before
py and they were divorced. Judge Winchester T. C. Robinett,
He again married, but soon after counsel for Btern, Informed the judge
lef. Georgla and went to the far west, that his client was prepared' to pro
uftcr having squandered the princely ceed with an investigation Into any
inherltanco left by his father, Little ceedi th an nvestigatiovrnmen
is inown of his lifo in the west. He charge the United States government
I s known of his lifeo In he went. He might prefer.
Ssnya he made a fortune in California, County Crown Attorney Dewart, act
which he lost by going security for a Ing for the Usited States government
friend. m ald that a warrant for Stern's arreal
Twenty years ago a telegram was was en route to Toronto, and asked
received by his Griffin relatives from a that the accused be herd pending iti
Small town In Texas, stating that Jack arrival.
t Rein had died out there ahd the re Despite the protest of his counsel
m- mains were ordered shipped back to Stern was remanded to Jail without
d his old home. Hit second wife attend- bail.
ed the funeral. The casket was open- .
i, ed at the grave and friends who knew AND BROOK CAME BACK.
i. him In his younger days declared the
. dead man was Reid. His family Mississippl's Now Noted Criminal Vol
. mourned Ilis death and his wife shod untarily Returns to Pen,
b. bitter tears over his grave. Friends Brooks Storey, the noted express
spoke softly of his follies and extolled robber, has returned to the Misslesli
his virtues, nnd soon Jack Reld was pi penitentiary after an absence with
, r.orirotten. out leave of several days.
Held says he knew of the Impoal- Storey took French leave of th
. tlon which was practiced upon his rela. guards on the Rankin convict farr
tives, but declines to state why it wa several days ago. It was his fifth s
t- done. It may havo been that he hape during an intermittent Incarcer,
r- thought he had caused his family trout. ton covering a period of ten year
e. ble enough anti by taking that course s Wednesday morning Storey r
2t- he would forever drop out of their turned to acson, went to the exec
turned to Jackson, went. to the execi
e- lives. Boon therenfoer Reld left for tive mansion and sought an Intervlo
an Central America and later to Bouth with Governor Longino. Ho apologize
he America, In which countries he hasto the ogvernor for his unexpectedo
l-. since lived. lHe says he left lima, departure," as he facetlclously tern:e
in Peru. nine weeks ago and reached IL and In explanation of his absonc
hs rlIfln Thursday night, tL and In xplanai.on of his abseac
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. Tennessee Bank Suspends.
The Stewart county bank at Dover.
Tenn., has made a general nRasgnniou t
and assignees appointed. Tho liahilll.
ties are placed at $27,306.05 and tihe
e aset at $11,534.40.

OEORGIA STATE HEALTH BOAfRD

Organized at a Meeting In Atlanta and
*' Officers Elected.
ri'ganlzation of the Georgla state
bon-d of health was perfected at a
'meeting In Atlanta by the election of
S Dr. Willis F. Wesomoreland, of At-
laant, president and Dr. II. F. Harris,
also of that city, secretary.
The permanent organization (f the
board was perfected In a briof oxecu-
S tihe session, which was preslded over
by Dr. A. P. Taylor. of Thomasvlllo;
Dr R. Mi. 'arblu. nt Rome, acting as
secretary. The snoslon of the board
wasB hel In the senate chamber at
the.capitol.


BRITISHER3 ARE WORRIED.

Over Seizure of Islands Off Coast of
Borneo by American Gunboat,
Tho British foreign office at London
is said to have made representations
to Washington anent the recent solz
ur.- of two or three Islands off lite
northwest coast of British North Bor-
non by the Unitoil Statos gunboat Iroi
quols. Tlhosn Islands are not connect.
ed with those off the coast o(f Santu-
Ikai capital of British NorthI Rooru),
over which the American flag was re.
celttly hosted.
Tito Iroquois as stated to have latIly
vtletod a portion of the norilhent cnntRt
of Pornoo and to have thence sloamnod
to Darvol bay, an Important center of
Ilorneo., 150 miles southward. There
thie setzlre Is said to have occurred.
Th) il'andis, which have been under
British administration for the last
twenty-flve years, were originally In-
fested by pirates. who wore driven out
oy. tie chartered company, of Borneo.
Th' action of the Iroquols was brought
to the attention of thn foreign offtne,
which then look tno matter up.
A communication has beon receive
ato thestate department in Washington
from Mr. Ralkes, the British charge
d'affaires, now at Bar Harbor, and it
sl thought that It relates to Islands re.
cently visited by a United Stales gun
boa' from the Asiatic station, but thli
state department officials would mate
no statement concerning It.


PRINTERS BARRED BY PRIEST.

No Absolution for Sworn Members of
Typographical Unions.
The slogan for what promises to be
one of the biggest contentions :n
which organlEdo Ilabor has ibeena en-
gaged has I een sounded by Rev. N. J.
Ward, of Beloit, who has declared
that neither he nor any other priest
ot the Roman Catholic faith will gt\e
absolutlon to those who nave taken
the 'oath of the International Typo-
graphical Union. The oath of this un-
Ion requires that the meoniber's allo-
glance to his union shall have priority
over every obligation, religiouF or oth.
erwise.

REFUSED TO FIIRE FOREMAN.


TU VACATE SAGAMRE. -
A..... And a General Strike Was Ordered at
President and Family Will Return to Packing Plant In St. Joseph.
Washington Peptember 2r. A general strike was Arrangements have bee I tNelson Morris plant, packers, South
Arrangements have b at St. Joseph. Mo., at noon Thursday, and
Oyster Bay for tle return of l't.itl ,.-it the plant Is practically at a standstill.
Roosevelt and family to WRashintitn The trouble was caused by the refusal
on Monday, September 28. Prior ;.o -i the superintendent to discharge a
that tlJe the president will make ie tolreman who was charged with being
more trip, attending the dedication (f unfair to union workmen. Twelve hun-
the New Jersey monument on ie 'iredl men are ou..
batUt i eld of Antietam.


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o neam y a wneer slexpiaieu t ,,
received word that his wife was critl-
calLy Ill at Kosclusko, over 100 miles
distant; that he knew a leave of ab-
sence would not be granted if he ap-
plied for it, and In Iis anxiety to got
to the bedside of his heartbroken wife
he forgot the promise made the prison
officials upon returning after a long
escape several months previously and
made a dash for liberty.

COLOR LINE IN LONDON.

Caterer Refused Refreshments to Par-
ty of Black British Subjects.
London has begun to draw the color
line. Complaint has lbeen made to the
magistrate at the Marlborough street
police court by a negro of favorable
appearance e who said that he and some
Irlends had hoon refused refrorhlments
by a publican simply because of thlir
color. The applicant wished to know
whether he and his friends, who were
from different parts of the British do-
minions, were to be treated little bet-
ter than wild boasts. The magistrate
sald:
"I sympathilo with you and think,
the publican's refusal a very foolish
and uiijusa act, but I cannot alter ine
law as It stands."
The magistrate tlhn entered Into a
long explanation, the gist of which
was that while a publicnn was lihoni
to supply any one food or refres.i-
ments to any traveler, there was noth-
Ing in the law to compel any one to
sell anything to anybody

ATLANTA FIRE CHIEF HONORED.

W. R. Joyner Is Elected Head of tne
International Association.
t'llef W. It. Joyner, of the Atlanta
On, fire department, was elected prest.
dent of the Inernallonnl Association
Ef Firo Chiefs, In saclon at Atlantic
City, N. J., Thursday night.
Cnief Joyner's name was presented
to 'ae convention unsolicited and other
candidates for the office withdrew
frotei the race. Chief Joyner's election
wa. trien made unanimous.
The Internallonal association in-
'adles the fire chiefs of the leading
cities of Europe as well as America.

DEMANDS REMOVAL OF VALI.

Minister Lelachman Reglsters Kick
Against Turkish Governor.
devices s of Thursday from Constan
tin. pie state that Unibed States Min.
Sister Lclsehman has presented a de-
manid to the Turkish government for
the dismissal of Reshid Pasha, vaSt n
Beirut, on the ground that so long as
he is retained In office the lives and
pr.rerty of Americans in Beirut are
Ins scure.


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PENSIONS RECEDE



Commissioner War Presents
Figures in Annual Report,



IUST UNDER A MILLION


Sbi i Exact, 0986,46 Namei Ai'e onr
the rpIth, and the Cost Per Capita
to Maintain System Is
Placed at $1.75.

The annual report of Commissioner
of Pensions Ware places the total
number of pensioners now on the rollb
at 990,648, of which 729,835 are sol-
diers and 267,189 are widows and de-
pendents. Mr. Ware announces that
it is not probable that the pension roll
will again cross tire million line, the
high mark having been reached a year
agn Five of the pensioners are on
the roll on account of the war of the
ravolutlon: 1,116 on account of the war
of 1812, 4,734 on account of the Indian
wars and 13,874 on account of the
Mexican war. The great bulk of the
roll Is as, follows:
Civil wnr Invalids, 703.456; widows,
248,390; Spanish war Invalids, 9,200;
widows, 3,662. and the regular stab.
l1shment Invalids 9,170; widows, 2.933.
The roll shows a not loss of 2,901 pen.
s;oners during the year. Out of a to-
tal of 304,809 applications on hani
during the year 130,109 were aJmitted
and 113,794 were reject-ed.
The average annual value of each
pension Is now $1333. The annual
value of the Spanish war pension roll
had reached $1.765,310.
Commlssloner Ware'mnkes the fol-
lowing recommendations:
Laws forfeiting the pension or Iintt
to pension of any man convicted in
court of an Infamous crime; prohibit-
ing the giving of pensions to the wo-
men who marry soldiers after the sol-
diers become old pensioners, and a
different method of examining appli-
cants for pensions, stamping the pros-
ent system as uncertain, expensive,
unsatisfactory and generative of ap
enormous amount of political friction
Mr. Ware suggests boards constitut-
ed of experts under civil service rules
which should go from place to place
in fixed days, giving examinations and
rtcelving testimony regarding the con-
dlifon of applicants and making .e-
ports thereon. lie also recommends a
law providing for superannuated
clerks, vigorously urging some law of
retirement and provision.
An analysis of pension figures
shows that the actual total of diburse-
ments in pensions on account of the
revolutionary war, war of 1812, Indlan
wars. Mexican war, civil war and the
war with Spain was $8.038,623.590.
'he cost of the pension system per
capital of population fr 1903 is given
as $1.75.

STORM WARNING ISSUED.

Weather Bureiu Notes Indication of
Atmospheric Disturbances.
The weather bureau at Washlngtot,
T.iirsday night issued the following-
"A disturbance was noted Thursday
mining over the western Bahamas,
and It rapidly Increased In Intensity
during the day, without apparent
movement, as there are only slight ,n-
dilcittons tonight of its presence as
shown by reports from the Florida po
nitsula. There are also some appear.
antes of a local disturbance near the
moith of the Mississippi river. It Is
Imrosslble at this time to furnish any
Information as to the future develop.
ment and direction of these disturb-
ances, as they are beyond the limits
of observation, but storm warnings
have been ordered from Charleston to
New Orleans and advices sent to all
Atlontic and gulf ports."

UGED DYNAMITE ON EDITOR.

Home Was Wrecked Because Rohr
Opposed Saloons In His Paper.
The home of Pred Rohr, editor of
Tho Borno, Ind., Witness, was almost
ent rely demolished early Thursday
mou-ning. The family was extricated
from the ruins with slight Injuries.
Rohr's paper has been leading the op-
position to licensed saloons.

FOF PHILIPPINE SCHOOLS.

New Education Measure 'Provides


$72,000. for First Year's Expenses.
A Manila special says: The new
education bill has u'st become a law.
It appropriates the sum of $72,000 :o
cover the expenses of the first yeir
It further provides that ond hun
dried of the best qualified students,
securing at least 75 per cent on each
suspect at on annual eximinaLlou,
shall have the privlle:e of going to
the United States to complete their
education at Institutions doesli.nattd
by the governor.

UNION MINERS ARE BARRED.

Mine Owners In Colorado are Against
Federation MemLers.
The Mine Owners' Association. of
Colorado. has announced that no men-
hers of the Western Pederation of
Miners will be employed In any of the
properties owned by peutbers of the
association. The federation's Infln
ence on the prosperity of the district
has been bad, according to the minor
owners.


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The courts are kept busy in Alnhuia
-ounty trying parties for the sale of
whisky in violation of the law. There
liave boon. slnce"tlio euntly was te-
clared dry and the saloons closed, not
less tihn fifteen nrrc'sts uIpon thli
chanrg, moet of the parties bclng no.
groes. Two colored preachers are In-
cluded in the list. anl later Rev. Da-
vid Hall, whit,. who has figured promi-
nently in ninny whisky cases, was
placed under a lond of $2io for Iis
appearance at the next Irm of the
circuit court. This is Parsun Hlall'a
second Uffense. Iho having lie-.n ar-
resiod and placed ruiider bond several
weeks ago.

The Pensacola clly coiinell and fran-
chise Iommittee lill a reret meeting
st wlilli hlio quesllon of granting ad-
dltional privllpgej to Ilie Ftroot rallw.y
company was discussed. The conat.


mako the statement to him.

Since I hns become known that the
county conimlssloners of St. Johns are
In search of material for tno building
of hard surface roads several discor-
orle have been made, some of which
may solve the probleon. Samples ,,f
lime rock have been secured fr(om :o-
calllies not threo miles away. Tho
finder says that there are great quan-
titles of the rocl In beds npnr theo
surface and wlilitt easy reach of fto
railroad. J. S. Froderlek. of Nlaninl,
who Is In the city. says. Ihat he rock
is similar to that used for hard rnoad
making in Deldo rconty. It i I heaty,
in proportion to its Iulk. It Is a
done lihno rock wilh niany flinly lpar.
Ilcler. In it its nat ralt state, It Is
fotinl reasonnltly hard, bIit it Increases
hari-neql nflter betig exposed to (he
air.


I


pany and council hava about agreed A Fernanlina news item says: Ono tacked hllim witl the greatest fury,
upon all matters pertaining to thli of the most distardly outrages ever and Niith his own hand slew the sol-
franchise, with the exception of Pain- perpetrated In Nassau county was diers who were carrying off the Prin-
fox street. Under the new state law committed last Saturday evening. cess. The Prince of Moutenegro, de-
no franchise can hold for over thirty when some unknown party. who had liglited [t thei rescue of hin daughter,
years, aind ithI (ily council cannot concealed himself In Ithe uislihes n.',r asked boe golllntt Peter how lie could
grant a franchise over thils limit. As ihe pill it roa.. shot asi S. P. Gonin reward liium, bllt Zorka, Ihrtowliup her-
It stand thie rcotilrany inolsitl a frnii- anil flled his linrk ntil logs fill of No self Into her fallher's arms, exclaimed:
chios for niirrl; ,n, huiindrdci years on G -shot Mr (loffn, who is a iresper,-( I -"Fltl-r. lht nit- e ll rcwnrd!" Prin-
Palafox slreto., w\lil h it Is not willlliag n d well lodto clizi'in uf the -nrtlnly is e-s- Zorlui lihad before that Iihrdly
to rolinqlnitlh it) Eiisoure the addlilional the proprietor aIn mannger of rlin knownl Peter Karangorgevitc.h Ihut his
privileges. Nassiii ('Countiy Ovsalr Factory nunl dltahslierat,- rnlor bad maide lier fall vio-
s- anwtills. which arr, located nlhotl six lenitly In love with him, Ilke a priucess
The Rronkhslllh Toelfhlione company miles stulth i-f 'Fernandina on tho lu n fnlry tnle. The story 8 s bcih a
which ha as ib-ii organized for abliit mainland. lprlety cne thiait It is a great pity It has
three months. Itas ,t,.ohlre:l a dividicnid --- very ainnll n foundation in fnct.-
of 3 per ctent to the stockholldrs, and The ionarl of rcountyC commlsalonors Phltladelphia Teleginph.
9 per cent for Iniprovements.. For the of Alarchui deehliled to fight the hill in
size of Iho I'own. and the short Iline HIP cplolrii~rl -"wei andt dry" elerflon Alps Doing Vulgarlied.
that Iho conipiny i.ns been in opera- case fledl Iby Atlorney Davis. repro A protesl Is being raised agalust cer
tion, rlts is consldererdi a most credit- sntling .I F, Eidwnars, 3 V. Dluke, J. tRl1i consequences of the coUstrietion
ahbl showing. M-ucth credit is Ito.1 J WiVlllaniH and other. This ill -Ic-. o.f mIIountain railroads, and lanrtlcularlY
Mnnagor IiirwIell for his untiring .I- clar-rs tlint Ihe election whih wpa- c-f the line which Is slowly creeping tip
ergy In proootlng tihe Interests of liil 1'1-eli: In IJuine was not Regal. anti fts the Jungfrn'u. The W\engern Alp, It
company. The line Is tow l)"ing buillt forth many grounds to verify til.s de seems, olce leacr'ed to the beautiful blue
to ann- Port which will put nrooklsvil,, clarailotn. gentian, la speckled with the shells of
In dir,.et cnaniiinlration 'with that hurd-bolled eggs; rows of ladles read
charming little city by the sea. After n lengthy dlleb)nt antt hot dl.- ipen"ny "society" papers at the edge of
rics iont. the TIsranltia couintv l4-.mn the Eiger Iineler; and an the Slledec
The resllonts of Jacksonville, espe- crailc execurlve commlltee Inilorsed* a gr'amolholilo has taken Ithe plaeeof
clally those In Ihe suburbs. are jubl- Ellis M. Frter of Penricola. for np tlhe "'Iaun dles Vaches." IInpplly. there
lant over Iho fact that the waterworks polnlment by the governor to fill thn slli ren1 n a few resorts of 1ihe old
and electric light plants are to ute o'l vnraney now ,existing in Iho omffl of style, know to the elect; but they th
as fuel Instead of wood na herelofolm-p. county Ir1onneror Tlh onfcre ,IRas marlo cc)uie fewer every yp'ar, and th
Heavy clouals of smoke In the aftor- varnnt b' the death of lJohn \W' Pratiorn, g I'ollous1 tl exfenii' ne s at,r e) iBer-
noons and evenlngs have htnog over nndl the otting mni recolving -o in' Geou and ,xtenalv Iat on tho11, ner-
the suburbs while tlhe soot from the chimneys blackened cverythiling It esl on. decade will probably ee te st o
touched. them Invaded.-London Glrarlic.
The tirpentine orperanorR' convert. A in,.e, r i Wler.
The people of Alnchia county are tion was hoel In Jacknsnville Thurs A lNcr wrerl who hns rctl
thoroughly arousedo to the Imporlanr- day andl Frlda The official program cotns, to this city from the WVtzl p
of the good r, adR qtes,ion. and Alanch. Inclhided adldrvses from Mayor Nolan. ntmde a t111le of the I'en and Penell
us is destined to hecome within a few ox.Oovernor Fl'-min. p I, Routlier Clul. Ile Is a bright clmlp, nld 8is
years the manner county in this dli- land. of Jarksonvlllo Captain .Inln kClowa o he. smcceasful as a writer
reaction. The deposits of Iron ro.ok, R. Voting. of Savatnnah. C andi IDr. i ns nflilnaol:a success Is also ncktowl'
which are pronounced the best in liao C H Hlerly. of Washington, n. C Re. cl gedA. An oll n bemb or wi o seldoal
United States for the construction if Mittuce rate were sccucroil on all linn s vl els tlte club dropped In the othbe
permanent roads, are almost inexhan.u- In Georgia. Florlda. Alabama. Mislss. is gll Just as ihe noew member was
Bible. and can be found in nearly every sippi Iouislana, North anid ionili I ]icavig.
section of the county. Carolina ".'ho is that?" he asked of one of hil

The Manatee Banking Company has At Tampa. on August 3st. the tlmra frens.h er
opened its dors to the public. One of llimi expired and Ihe hrilllant achemaP Oh he's all right," replied the w oth
the strangeRt vaults in the section and of John P Martin wro eoxtingisho ,, i kels !' llp l f sa lnnethy Wni d
a splendid burglar-proof safe are In rill: I:lc(de:ttall, tho32!t'n ?(.rfoel p. ( So sait the otels, pl.' d
place, and Cashier Brooks Is ready to up by. him is now the city'r raFh. The "'tnl t-verses, ovels, plyhn for-a
receive and hand out the cash. This coItnill mo, In Fpecial Rseassn to .ae atn ur t do, so. Lte writes sdver
bank has an authorized capital of clare all the Martin privllegcr null llciienants."-Phlladelpl. i Ledger.
$36,000, halt of which Is paid In The andr void. following wr..e thle iry -a
entire capl .l Is to be paid in by ncxt fathers entered into a r ntract with ono Alos Gre Doi
January The stork Is owned almo- the Tampa Blectric Company t,, lii The tIst tl nlrag that stikces yon OC
entirely by ciLIzens of Manteroe cotn. the rity until ]luB. rile new rrntra~t. InTtlitg at Bue ons Aires iss io Lok.
ty. and by Ihose who expect to move In effect reducing Lhe price of arc whlchi xt cud fo Afve lle nlonug th
to the town of Manatee. lights to $95 per annum. .c et. Tl y f eve built llon tI
-[mge I.ar maront. They were buiI
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-Governor Peab,)dy. of


Sdmiral Cotton Conirms Report. has sent soldiers to Crlippi
OPENING GUNS IN OHIO. Aodin Cotton Confirms epo rt. WALKING PAPERS FOR HELME. TRANSPORT LOAD OF DEAD. to restrain the strikers.
,OPENING GUN8 IN OHO, Aicordlung to advices froam Beirut, -o gta_
I -Scer o AHegr Arci Cotton confrmsr l hurehfri
Crk Rer Admiral Cotton confirms the re Chief Quartermaster Repair eprt. Bodies of Three Hundred Soldiers are doing arl he can to promote
J Cemocrste George Launch porqs that he can land 500 marines meant of Navy Yards Fired. En Route rrom Manila, industry In the United otat
S QAt 0 Democratic .Camp pgn. alid bluo Jackets from 'the Broiltlyen Cialef Quartermaster William H. Bearing the bodies of 300 soldiers, -The severe wounds inl
oP mtiI ing was leld In Akron ne slay. HFelneo, of tbe.constr.uction and repair who sacrificed their lives In the Phil- two Americans by French so
W i ras belts o de- 'a depar,'ent at the New- York nawy Ipplnes, the transport KIlpatrlck is ex- Pekin have caused great Ind
for go Jhn H.Cla'rk Dies for Assault and Murder. yard, was handed his discharge from Ieeted in New York from Manila, ny -Tbe ltuation in the Bali
candidate for Ui tate senator Wilfred Ioseboro. colored, was exec the service Wednelda*, signed by As- way of the Ruea canal. The ship bears tinuea erltical. Several gov
at aS .* ; e's- New York. uted aat Steae l, i1. u ., Tharaday sstant secretary of the Navy D W lg. the largest number of dead men yet thave landed marines at Co
TIa.'.r rinUnwa Y r_. nal &al has- and killing Thee erw s ,,, #r t arrived-from the lplanda. A complete ple to protect their embasal
"to k t arns'f Ue irt IO Utte of hed.t dead ioWSt hat; arnoek Ia D i4San raucts
M,^,uo.. 'C-)". "r. Do.lph Beavers, in ire dl eountyft ard offers d .Dt l the dtid showl that lees than srooklyn I an s aucto
S 4 ew .weks ag .. 11e t, H t th died *ro9 om m ,Tag ., tte i .lr-lt .:- -(y.
rat *A' to #Aftp &M I&OU119 --"
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le CroPl ok 'c Grernmenl.. InsIrance of horse
e1 Creek In Divara Is eminently satisfactory,
i s shone n by the first annual report of
Wilson :s 'the Royal Chamb:r of Insurance. The
the silk Government has conducted the bust-
e d. rses of Insuring cattle against fire and
Icted on hall for manv vy years.
ldlers at
ilgnatlon. Oilo having paid the last of her
kans can- debt, there are now six Stales with.
eirnments out outstanding obligations. They are
slantlno Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, New Jersey,
os. The Weat Virginia and Ohio. The debts of
a a'rived Delaware, Kansas, McLhigan, Nevada,
.,South Dakota and Wyoltng are only
romlal. .
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LnglsRh Urmn, and they were couiy,.-
in 18i7. They are most solidly "..
striuceud, supplied with numerous v';'
erim steam crnnes. and aro brfllloy lJ
lighted with electricity at night. They
cost the city and nation 7O,O 000,000e'
Ilug, or P35,000.000. So great Is te
amount of shipping, however, that no
tihe docks alone, but the 0sialil rive
llIarchuelo. Is crowded. with vese'.
Indeed. one wonders how a ship. t01"-
entered, can ever nianage to get oa 1"
St. Nicholns.


Thit unait itQ
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PFlorida State News.


Urges Ekhibtt at mt. Louti. Crop CndIndtleo In Plrldsr,
Col. T. 8. Jones was in Barrow the T current nmnibr of the Mdeattht
past week and met a htimbdr 8tf thd MBilioJtln, lastia f boi tho stau I depaft-
ctiMebS at the codrthoiso in th Ihter- went of agriculture by ion. iZ Mb.
est 4t th Woild'8 Falf" at St. buls. l1l, leosmtonetO b ~Ii clieture1
ra sIhort address he toldt the treat shows thb following general average
bnAt tbat hatd come to is own ette of field crops, as regards conditions
of Loulsana by the muAntepance of an and prospective yields:
exposltlon organization, and urged that Conditlon-Uglad cotton, 8garcane
Florida should, by all means, be repro- island cotton, 98; corn, 95; sugarcane,
rented at the world's greatest show. 96; field peas, 95; rice, 93; velvet
tie said that, while the legislature and beans, 94; sweet potatoes, 96; poanuls,
governor had turned down the propos.- t5; cassava, 96; hay, 98; eggplants,
tion to make a decent appropriation fp; tobacco 0; bananas; 1a0:e pine
for an exhibit, a movement Wag now applelmo tr; eea1as, 102; oiahge trees,
oni toot that he hidught would secure a 104; lemon trees, 102; lime trees, 106;
creditable exhibit for some of the grapefruit trees, 104; horses and
most enterprising sections of the state, mules,.97; cattle. 98; hogs, 92; sheep,
Mr. Jones said that if Florida was 94; pounds of tobacco, 1,354,000;
not represented. it would be the only pounds of honey, 343,670; pounds of
state in the union and the only civil- wool. 263,070.
Ized section of the world not tb be in- Prospective Yled-1Upland cotton.
cluded in this great exhibition of the 88; Sea Island colon, 91; corn, 88
world's resources. sugarcane, 100; field peas, 9I; rice,
worl4'e resources. g 9,^ s ^ ^ potatoes,
In lieu of a state appropriation. o 04; velvet beans, 94; sweet potatoes.
suggests that counties combine and 99; peanuts, 96; cassava, 100; hay.
get up a display of their resources. Ho 100; eggplants, 96; tobacco, 94; ha-
urges that the county commissioners tanas, 101; guavas, 86, orange trees,
and the city councils In these different 117; lemon trees, 103; lime trees,
counties mahe liberal appropriations, 107; grapefruit trees, ,04.
to be augmented by personal subscrlp- i or T.
tons The flstcuff in which Mayor T. E.
SWelles, of Peneacola, and W. J. Beiry
Dr. Forbes Has Resigned, recently engaged i in front of the
Dr. J. F. Forbes has forwarded to government building has caiised con-
Rev. W. IH Chaudoln, president of the siderable Interest in the city, owing
board of trustees, his reslgnallon as to the question over which the dispi.:o
present of Btetsun University. He arose. Borry claims that the mayor
has done this solely In the Interest of had told him that I.e (The mayor )andl
the university, in the hope that the In- Governor Jennlngs had agreed upmn
stitution will not be disturbed by far- the matter of appointments In Escamt-
ther controversy. The administrative I'la county, and that he (telles), waj
committee has granted Dr. Forbes a to name the men for the various po'tl-
leave of absence. pending the action of lions. This was In a discnasion over
the board of truFtees upon the resig- the appointment of a man to fill the
nation, at ihe same time passing re(o- vacancy in the treasurer's office. Ber-
lutlons of confidence and esteem in ry made this statement to several peo-
him, hoping that the rost will enable pie, and when it reached the ears of
him to regain his health and avoid the the mayor, the latter hunted him up,
strain constantly put upon him while and after repeating what he had hea.dl,
In DeLand. It Is not expected that the deilounced It as a lie: Derry Imrae-
resignation v,ll he acted upon by the dllaely eoruckl the mayor. Mayor
trustees uiitil their meeting In Fehru- Welles gave out an interview regard.
ary, and arrangements are being made ing the matter, and Derry later ole-
to open the school under the manage- taied an article for publication, In
ment of Dean Rev. C. S. Farris. which he reiterates that Weilos lid


*wivA WAIRIT9D.
rntirlImnltiia Opolrnua'tl For F YoUlnlm
W'olCDn In Gerlan Botbhwelt Afrion.
At the last meeting of the Geruau
Colonial toclety In Berlin on June 5,
oue of the topics dlisoussedt was the l.
portaunce of tendilln morse Oung t.;r.
man women to thl reloaY of Uernmll
Soutllwest Africa it Order Id lrl'veni
the danger of t16e 'eai'tlg 4f a larg
tuiiiljr eof mixed. b reedl ill.,iLredt
ithroihi thle miurrlage of ~hilte setlerg
with colored v.-omen.
A few mouths ago r. German news.
paper lprlnted a letter from a corres.
peoiident IvliviR nt ',VliudhBk, Gernain
Southwest Africa, in which be said
that the Colonial Society was son(dliig
to tie colony too manny tlloresees, hori
girls and women from tlie ites:
"Whallt our Colbnieg 'nt:;' tie bi;
"Is wvoTen to ullk and take care of the
cows oind work on the farms. [Such
women will make good wives for o01
Vettlers; but toe other classes ure cotm.
paratlhely useless here, for they ntr
not idaiiptcd to sharo In the work which
our colonists :ire carrying on."
Tills 'tter aroused the indignation of
one of tile settlers, who regitrded It al
tenllnito to lWitng into diasepute the
Itnudabl' eutorts of the Colonial Society
1o ilrovdle lwves for the colonists.
lie therefore wrotl a letter in which
11e s1id 1tht lalny of the women set c
to tle.colony had, to be afire,been ser.
vait ggirl, hnleswomein or tallor.assej
at homte. This fact, however, did not
iprti-ent thein from l olng very excelhllti
ndl Ihlpful wives to the cblonlsts tile
alnd married.
The Colonial Society deserved the
highest praise for taklug the Inliiative
In building up homes in Germnu South.
west Africa. Thlio importatlon lnt.) the
colony of young women had thus fra
been a great success, nnd should eu
courage farther effort In the saiel di.
reaction.
Only nix of the women who had beel
sent to the colony ln d returned home,
Every ono of these women had imarrlie
and their Teason for leaving the colony
wns only nhat thlior Ihusbnds or them
selves were not adapted for tle cllinate.
or, in one 'Case, lKcaIusetC tlhe liuslibnd
was there without a cent of capital and
was unable to get along.
Among the several hundred voting
wouren who had been brought to the
colony opn two transports only two haid
filed to procure husbands within
few weeks of their arrivaL The Cuter
prise of supplying wives to tle col
onlsts land been extraordinarily sue,
cessful, nnd as throe were still butn
drcids of uninarrieid Geruinnss in tihe col
ony he hoped the good work would
iprocodt ou the liies piescrlbed by flt
Colonial Society, which was very care
ful to send out only Intelligent young
women of strong physellte, good health
and correct inornls.-New York Sun.

Coll Farcs poll a noinance.
As Is knoww, the new. King of Servia
tmalrrlied P'rlneesa Zori, the eldest
daughter of the Prince of Monlteiigro,
and his supporters lu OGtrmany are
now sprendtllug a story of his mairrlage
which is uore roinantic than exact.
Peter Kurageorgevitrh served us a vol.
tuteer with tile iMontenegrlns during
the Turkish war, and toward the end
of tile struggle tile Turks captured.
Prince Nieholns' canip aind carried oft
lils daughter. Peter at once geot to-
getlie;- ls followers and started In air--
ault. Conminii it) U iti the Turks hle at,




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lero dance was nR omrn\ lo woefully neat
* 's lic swept hlr wiole family iinto the
Btret.
iJ ll'-r iiildrei eiram t i-t I lieh e intriolf-'
An nul| ounreitnul., tie "lord of thlb irlltnH''
should to ,
Frdti )lu, biutil ai iue d-hich iwa rlrtel
r, .,.. n ai j o l ,. .. a ,
i II' n Ci j:p iitlh c.ilrc.iin ol bi. l ri InIiI
Btlt it dtul not iiuet.- bo:me'ri onio lere ii.ilc,
hitirt.
lut this wolnRn workcl ii with her lbruish
and her bilioiii,
With ler servaniu ts uie bittledl throughl
room after room;
She waxed aiid aie poLshed ibi berinuliful
flaour
TiJl hr .i-i nd IunirlliV rt-nturedl imiidle bM
licr I .rd' "
ter carpets s t vevety o wnourdl rcfmiw
Eo wall on, u1tilI li hati ilitculted his Ti-oeas
er eluno, all bso tulih, withoutt anj
within,
'hat to sit on thl-cni bmelCrJ little ]I a tliha
a Bin.


ST F' they conie at t 11, tlity'll
S tomd ti-tlgltlt" T'liuin briefltt
i nd plihluly, with true Aniilo-
S luxlun coolulesi, did our sturdy
lender lufornii us thnt, within a very
few hours, litulrntdd of iiriedtl s.iavage
Wind entn'llihnle to bloet lulghlt be ex-
Vected to nall iupon bu Unarnmed ooin-
ipany of flfty-.lnldt oulme two tfr wlodil
W\vere Womentl unitd lli\'el iu6bt hilplfs11
inVollds prostrated by the terrible
African fotver.
Our lves el had been II ast away nt the
hioulh of a siinall West Afrlicn rl\er
three iglitf lbeforei tirl Wid in i1t nlir
ibUti provdlltitall fll toteled thie shore
ait thi very ipolut whlier two \wilte
trnlader bud estbillHlied tIlhemtt lves, a
few iiiotlhs before( we should prob-
ibly have beeti (as our Irish doctor
loetlcully plirnsed It) "l li denndest menn
nllvel" 1Even is it I tima, whenii w nt
length islt'ledetud il tliinlliud tdftei'-
series otf binilsuliimnl id\i-tntur;t too
Iong to be told Ihrro \~o lind to show
fight at once with oars, bont hooks,
ind even lits agalust the mnraudilng
klat'ives \ wrl ( seeituld llnt ipoul lrltri'-
jilugil us of whallt W f '1 lolhes Lhe sea
haod Sp4ord.
But when onco fairly housed after
their fl\e hloira In ojiein boats beneath
the pelling Afrlcnitl1aln11 tiy brave coi-.
rnldes accepted thlie tilitllon wlth thor-
onghl lillh-ih wIolelt1 inii1 utlmad tIhlr-
Bielve. us colufortlblle ila l ntuld Il ex i
liccted whti'1Or llft'y-uln' ,L'HIsoriIs were
ernaliituud Into a ltidling utntloi brig-
tiAnlly lIullt for two. No .trnugtr could
nave fouiit htny tokcln if i-iwril l or llird-
Will In th merrily bualht iand rllug
laughter of these micu Lwho had ,llst
loit all tIb,v h >it d tlXr o i) llheur liv',s, nNI
they s it there ariouinil Iie olte umall
laillip thl ontl klud htot's llriuild re-
Eoltr'e. cbiid furi.lR1], clinltllig. sllgiRg.
telling tiles o nd\ ent1ure reading tLa
two or thirce sonkcid nnd tattPTro loks
which 1 hI d lunklly browihit onliort lu
muy lpoekets, or drowltili tliot ulll i,
the light wnld nutl tlhe lliltlid3r bf t1i,
brenkeri oil the bar wiLh the lusty
cliorus of an lnipromii1i painrody on
"So Early iui the Mnoriiug:"
"The sun it baked t11 hWacisk nd brown,
atle scorpiona launtered u p oil ilow n,
And the flira Ikpt gaddiaiK about like
bridics,
Till 3uu1 h;illi't draw bli(illt \\ithlat
i 6'lt\ lll,\MIll 1.';
"WVhere we were wrerlt l iliat morning,
WVhere we wern. 0t 1 tl t ino rmili,
\hVfieir wew i\rre rcclt tlhat ilurlIrldg,
i Brfre tlbic l hlk tnf luy "'
SBril est .and lli, IIet rolt Inl wti poor)
Vrlannk N--, n.lity's f-tolo oua llouteu-
rit on the Lower Congo. whoi llitle
renmingp of Ilhoe wluirnlder cd tliut
awalitd ihn ha lthe C Ildenil sw aouips uf
lihe Niger nior miny ioiat is later, witi
lhe life aod Rstil of our Iarlty. ind i'lt
nill this tinic Ito klinw well-miid we till
knew It tis well os hv dld--lint there
vn us but l sal l btcrwe nii is teil r de
trl'ctllO.
vi'or the first two diiya ofter lii
-vreek, however. therlie wH nlo slgil of
mulshlelf, our fleri'rc elthllors abilnig
fully occutl),uid with i. i, pliking upt of
the colltiilus vwnaf aud strnys whilell
kept dri'ftlng aslore from our poou old
stoaiuner, whtlel sonIe ef tlhe Iolder
pilrlts auong thte, defylig In thehlrtinuy
canoes the fury op n aTirf tlint wouIld
have beaten aoy tilier maft to ntlir.
wvent out 1o ltil wreclk Itmle, ul',an
heipod' thenuiEelvea as freely os IRoblt-
son Crusoe We coulll 11 look astll-
vard In quest of n possible will wili-
out seeing ., swnritui of Inilln i ar lit
iTeopln uI nnid dowu llNl tvo tMll
master whlch stood giuntly nip out of
the sullen wators haIit liid onpglfcld
our lost Vessel, ;iul wini'slig u hack-
Ing of snila ond a chopping away of
tordlnge from wtiach our poor cnptain-
nlrendy lienrt:brlokenll it the losa of lls
asip-turnird away his eyesA wllh a
stilled gro.n.
I may obscriev In ptrueatlhesls that
the nntives of \W'et Africra can fIlily
clalul at least oune c:-nus of the bitter
old Levantlne proverb. "Tbe (lrPek
wines stePal nil beads, tlhe (Ir-ck
wliea stel al nil he:iri, andu the rock
,ipleottCttI ey^B-tllpg." Nntlllhg is
"dto'lot h"r too heavy" for lIe sanvnge
or the (Iulnena cost. Vitli hilm thhitl-ig
Is one of tilhe fine arts; ail while othlier
thieves stenl for the bnasPr notlile of
Kpln, he Rteals In the spirit of nn nrllsi.
for tie mere plensiire of tnkilsg whtlt
'..not belntig to hilm, Itwever ntuc-
wis it may be. Tile true West Arrlnn
will steal a Latin dlctlonnry. a sexti.lll.
p map of ancient Greece; ned ti etv-
erpi of tlhei native villages which I
afterward vlsalted higher ul thie rlrer
1 found spoils quite as Jlcoagniouns at
th2lse. I have known n "Kroo boy"
spepd a whole afternoon aboard a ship
I pollently insre-n'lng thle bras knob
oft v-entlhlntor. whlch could be of no
possible use to him when lie hiad got
it: and euch a case Is by no means
u-qlue.
Seelnggtlie worthy savmgesp so fully


employed, we began to bope that. after
Sal, tile occupation of robbery might
prove nore attractive to them than
that of murder. But. me tbird-rale
na elistsk ~ when they vwnnt to 'bi
S kiil W T e'tbet time was comi.n, and

bsa ts7slI,


TIcr rcildrei l h. toys l ilch they never
bpr nd
or bitad
Bea iltCi \vlhi,' rPunl'llli Inilht h-a nRLesirred
Ihboult.
For liet' hlni,;l t.' I Ilkb ";t'X- 'rkr'" 4ttlhlrlt
li nd illitliitlu -
Oi diuki nju. (lie least little innocent lii
lu.i I lulg i eonictllinl akin to a Ift.
Anid iI tdI r ,, [iAi'ur, i prtll c awry .
' wuilil lneir n. 1t pe her nmost diligent eye.
lHr ,hililirn rrew up and tlicy huilrriei
I a wIt
As il(onI i they could, scarcely caring lo
\iWere rooms wsere a-whisking t they
lighed for a nest,
Still neat. U invl inl ni a Lpirit of icrt.
Aii ltho till: Whil l IElst L* i er hitl-
lJ lefi:
And du.' Jinle of thellr ii lllca \n lorovcr
bierft;
She erMhl, wIlle for dust ple still searched
tihiD and ljOwi
"ThIey no, 1'InI the finest houiekeelpr in
--Good Hluutickeeping.


critical one; anid Ilis seventeen year'
ex'cWirlenl h Afrleantl ava\ages ga\'
Spblull t'eilghit to hi- opllhilon, in Iv-ith
ouri two truderI houIsi fully coucurreld.
The wary trindtrs saw att once tlial
thei- tnumill gnlrloiil wouli lifive io
chnic'ile f Icliig anlle to defeud iugnilnst
i uieilriuihled 1itt:tiet tli Ithid lrhcuil i
Sht Ptb Pnllnrtiep itr-elh Inlo ed t4t \rit.
tloui nind wisely ileciied uioli yllih
to hold tlhe house Itself till tlie tribe
beyond( the rlver.wllh whlih iheivy werlr
oil friendly terms, could coiue liip to
(lie recSiie. Tills, Illneed, ltiy hald al-
Irehly lolviH br Itltlillnr herillston forlu
liontlls bleforQ, when i bhandl of f v-
ngi''- had u siiailed tlee 'iltictory" nli nild-
niglht. Tlie house wias coniillotely isur-
roinded, nuil the Ilesligersc desiilte the
l'llctv- irte poured upon liot i through
I1ie loopholhit bi tilIt blllrrvil door hilli
iphtllitifl'i 1lwPrt re.sslngl losF i til oi I
to set it on fire,; l-li t i 11 lit ihtl', 01 t il
ialonieutillarr lull of tlit e I- hdrou ii a liiiiur.
thier'e. ws heurd for an\ vny ulu, t1lie
dark tlil clet.l n faiiin tiklllln sOlllii
grow,jlig over louder anid neiiror. Tii:it
sounil rns a 11t nh-t li tills biprI Atf ihe
fanlting garrison as IItvelockh's llgh-
Intld war pilles to the linrd-presseI din-
fendter- of fLicki ow,\ for It told tlih'i
thnt tlie friendly clilef'm follower' (dell
tingtullied by the sumnll bress bells tit

Ilit1' 1s ,iclllln its i liri ii le it etlter iliinut
It n\f'nit their approncl.
Our host's nriplly lniile nil ll eIh
prcpilrnt ilois, l n li 'illn g lpos et (thicl
nltivo nlurkelooris In vnrlous illirt of
t lio lidlling, placedul two Suillllols out:
side, lit th i'der.t 1,4 i linir ir slun tl slit
at thlt firts sign of tlir eloiily'a up
llroncli, nWhicn (hnikse to the glorlolsn
tropplIcnl boonllght) they wotluld ll Ian
aiupleo tlim to do. tho breslhn ood t li v
lug beteu cut nweay to n conulderable
illatnllO ot il 0~tv nlde of the house.
All ilebll: nolw rcutly, bir ll-U6iPrs it:
ilnfliautly ildvieted tli W lito t owil oail
slhuip t'Ullt i we could. At stich n a crisis
tlie 'nggcillon aoiuntldd likel Irlolckery:
Ibut 18 Ihn\o hand good Ctause to kInowi)
men canu lumnlnor even on tlio brlul of
distructiol, nud scarcely hiud wo lnilti

gnlltnitly uanved ifroI% the Wviftlh 1,[ i.ti
enplainll i nild irs'l!iu. \v i iiw itoserrvimg
ulIt tI lllllowIn--wvliet WL \Ci'Ce iill fllht
naeleep
S l 5 t 5ll
Ilnng!
C'Iar, shlnr) nnd ltuitlhnlg 6auimu lslt
report of a llnvy i nircelt [rtoli wilhb-
out, Ill-lunlily fullo\ etd I1.i' ti .-rotiid
shot, unj tliou l Iiy a c. nufiiltrd ctluol
of hioirtseI outcrles.
Illsttanly wic wserpi hll til hit fet-l.
ntld rony rot lntctlot l)lu I think thU
boldrst nllullrg us-and our panry roti-
inlnpd tlore lilnu ono unl i whose coror-
ageo Uilh t hata lulht'hid ile tlonllcst
plnldliu of Fi'ro.lsn1-'-wnir tut wlholl.o
frcfre ronim li:"t rsidjft IglnCtiitn or
Hiiu lihntl'e wrlhll ai n iinu itn W 0 fro frilI
whlei faurly drive to bny. anll ithlitlt
to F1 i'uggle for life a ln d dea lil
W e spring to tle wilidow htint o\tl'r
looked tb irlurtyanld on tlie rhldt fauug
ihI rl\'e;-, ntlilrnl ly siuppoulug lthin wt
wier atntnlcetlt. Aidl eo iwe wer o-bp '
nn elleiny luoro ile Itrlrbu 11 t'ruedl rinl
h'rrelutlltlh tl M ills le el'rcrckt niiillbal
lu C'Oittril Afrlin.
Tlio redr gnre of n t\altI1 fire klurdlldr
biy oi)r v'lllnil i F iiiiP Is ill. id tlL Illtfiil
light of thi liking 11100moon. ituwed Ili
n Sil'alige i litid fo lrl'Cl Fl;;i(. IIalf' t
duozcn goblin tlgurtes \VtrlO lh';ipl;l -thid.
ly to ilidl fro only an fotw in es fruin
Ilho lirouiso, linid fltlil hi I.g blazhitg
torc'h, 'li lci ihli" swiu'-lit iilonag the
grouind like ufyilicr over niuild noiiu,
wlltlo hlife llliirca of tliise fltrllnids
thrtw tlie conltorl hoiis o' fluil gaunt
frIa ni-sf fd grim ors lnito tlirtling
nltid hliieo1t.1 rellti' nginluvt Ilie hInly
lIlanknoslu orf Ii lInclhjlrouinl. through
hlich ghliunikered spectrally tile white
pcsthing foanni of ilie uuilelluhg fne..
F'ronti ilie spot wli-era this delilon
(linlce WIBs In progefi-eS dowln to Ithe
farthest pahnlldile the whole coilrlyard
-peenlel co\'tircd -vltl :i RSliePOt Icinack
waler, qul\crlnKg, glltenlung and tnrItm-
bllng IlcePesantly. We wore stUll Fna-
Ing blbnnkly nt this lieiwlld-ridu spt-c-
tanclo, when the flinl tnruilli wnn foCedI
\lpon us b)y thLe cilh Iof tlue blick torchli
Iuenrerr. iwlio' Plioiitcli, or, rntlirr
R-rlu multled--
"The dtihvhrs! Tlie drlrleusl'"
!'1,'- Ihi1 full lion-ronr of tllus ghastly
(llelntna b1urfit upon ut st ouct.
Tho terrine "drIver nuts'" of W'e,
Arrlca. whose d-vouring Jnaws cnn In
otto night turn the rnarcass of III ox
hlro a clean-picked Rkcleton, were' Uploni
us in an nrimoy millions strong: nnd


should they succeed in forcing their
wny into the hpuse our only way of
escape from being actually devoured
alive would be an lu'tint flight down
to the leach. u night uilton whilc, un-
sheltered from the drenching rain
which a mighty black cloud was, fast
bringing up against un from the sea.
would be nothing abort of certain
death to the delicate women and fever-
atricken Invalids of our.company. .
lbere was no time to lose. Barely
ted. paeis divided these advancing
warns from the front of the boMse;
and shtiild te otie reeb lit all woitul
be O p ri- ng k. ,a 10 t-W
l A Hi 4'i ra n :w a'i t


.--- -. .,~S,,*** 7W5O.A.M S UR. A'NoVILLU, PLA.


to tho courtyard, each of us seled a
firebrand, and we fell upon the lu vad-
erl llkp ein l whl '-ore fighting for
tll"lr ilves, nnd foi u t;llltl fIlfvl derer
then tlhelr own.
All that p1sscld nfter that L moment
wnas like tihe confused terror of it
'trlyhltfil drenml, Thie conseples IBw-p
?f duir tiiinlng $l-til.uti, tlW Itug iltWiV
li'h, leftrcO'- U-f t!ilU..iitid.s; tmi.- it


INDUSFRL(L CHEMlSTIRY
P IN THE SOUTH


DURINriPU CfO CVitt WAR.

a a O--w'w 0 w 0 -* Glqw ql 0


F;P ~i13T FI,,W6W



ii~4


QUITE TOO SWEEPING.
LI st1leO WATRIAMn.


be Fepiuicl Iu t t-li hij i, d3.i ~ -
othor ioniu it--t-)e frlainlh a -, f I' s t dll.tdlft f r1 flnlloilo In
wild gestur-s of outr black followIeru's- {IP K'off tifvihd lui t hoA I
(lie Jitfiul tcidu titellillhy .-hglire, of thi (1lir11ll' ih'l ]'u i:'I' (tn q tvlfl
firollgitg ailn l C il'1tlf h1r a tin8liII c- tIf' llr to lppcllir t llt 1 iloil
dilelltpilng gloon of Ilihe tcoiiingl t 'fmnr O ihg"Ii tlo gnrl.'lt Tofl'ngslll'
luhtting out tile cold wllhullir u tof in' r witt li i'elpnl.rl-liccdi IlV
IniooLlltg t-Jll wertit' ldeed l like the th'seI ibhu lvei l ii 11i' 'itM trl.li 9hllO
visionary horror of oine of tlhosI gli sily at 1ti111 tlh11n. Tllt u'iUll-till" l Iblol-iidd
ilghtqilreR lP n I hvlllit one r r l ils ip lvlit.- R ilOtg ue waltrtt frollt on tihe 'i sat l i11d
Wlbly lnuiotud (8 kttlltr fh ritir titHlti olili, tiho anilirls on thli norlh, uLie Mlis
owme lilCdous prill, nutil Alrnitgli fr Id lesi'aslllti iver aiil aliiOtlllinihits oni lthe
vuin w t"l, i 0id' ft mt lilit u iioinprimai for i'tho
More thna onco It Esenieiid as If tli lutroduct loni of niiuin fl.tilihe si'lirfthli fi r
bnatle uniti gJ .ldntns* Wo after all; the proper curryin7g n of n gr(tl' t iW'
and our henti s un weo tnw li ''liph Jorolc tirnggle ty:igeld ndu r tlits
lleodlui ng rols ndll Iliiibs tof mir lin -liro dsin iiilt.i'l I liirn a inniin unikl'
litelplra up tllo woit ti ilte grli-ldy (1- li I'ou lr I3 ii 'i-s' coinll nIti ii. o If Hit i.io't
stnci nrl fi.l- t in t wiIllIt itil> ( inilly ri rnA r lnlu-l l tiit r of u oli lv l Ilt n.
teiinciy i. loh tt thrinselvetlit IW Otir l A alsipitilo of Ir Inhorlta iiinde In
natiitialcl ilei-h 'r ft tii i cl llic t,, ji':iqi fe~l ftille thll pli hsil i> never been -i .
of tliir criru l Jura. io 1ivill no,: 1;i'h, l Ittlr): L'vriltti: Init tvililft n few
ou caiue tlh leiv ~llirs on\.-r IIhe l hiln-tr-l i\ 'l : in i~ hl'.i:nnt \:i.. indl'r t
corilss of th ":i" oniiinies lHkt n trislii t I 1110 tI 1 "AIlII 'i"0nliti )In lh',
Ilhe. \i V m lightt as ir l I liiute lrlvcn u"1.bl licur gflu lih i ('I\ ll \VI, ,"i ,'6ff"*
ti flrtv~i hbn l tbh tInflowII llthle oC lhiIe h rr Jolhn W\ .'lillli f. of' t111 l'IilvrlIll.\
rIt I reh1 Vui'uili tif' up Iik lu Ii' the I ('1 ii' liili l'
Iutl. while soi e of us tiwtr Ilgllli ,I ,io 4 ,.i t i.r or O Wn- lilliAOlti i f P nitln 1 1 f hil
th ir h ningiih rd, olhelrs, Lf li r i I tr d ll- iii'itituiri i:'..d
r llol i of l the exilt'erknhl l'l d intri.l i is \v, I Iu l nl glniiln0 g. liP r foi'ri fl lit l thrci.t
I it'll g hinKm igd i lli eri i f i wosui l ii t. 11 In it lUk iiof t'. .i illt h il tll \i ferel caZl 'ii
lllne illig l e t frIlito tu I if M e llii,'lig i1 ul, iin iid ,t'dle rlu' tlli 11rtd, tfo' i Il lt' il '..
iliini. ii. nd miil ic lltgi I t w\llh nilt nili rtntii It t f rt I' tll ii initial p tit11 all
pnih nll l il turriler of tire. fwtlul .l l Iln titi llntill. I ll nnn \hrijlI prltilltiltl
rl.ug wind. l i ;kilyli n out r faivortr. 1 \v Ioillht of i, ii 1 il>l\ai- ie- tnialrn cOf
I flin ilini r-igllt luto the ri'ilis of thle I itlir v.%l.- lite'i, e foli r xh ilolallioiin ni i l firoti
-fii aLut sia.ii le tiroyll"ig llore of tl1,1 i di action of Illni i very ilt il itril nt. iil, ull
Iluii w( tn rllid mnw ctl ow r el ll nbr Oi hwliil lb 111 ll3 rii rk' ill lt n (l (of Itl ir-lt'
llIrlir idI tr' rvantlve w- iti ilVilllutle. '.nThel Snp-
l llieto1 y l tilo. I lihuniainn ,irl.i y c i'll pllies f ti.iffto ild t'i wC- l rf I 't, fr ol
hlll III-t u lt iipevInil t\n r b i lliid i h i hx iii' ii > l, l muai rl rtlrih i .s wtr11 1 llinin
liitil I'ctd r c -Ity; nul it I lrnll h tl. I 111 llt it l ugohi. I'For colf]'i r Iu.ittie l tliiu't itf

tli'-l t hfi-lll prq lt ilv *llll iilt io iif t rt'O il. 'iiatll lilo vi1'' 11idnyi i-lt, In ill
righlit; In in di .rlhin o witl ll wtgci lj i.i i u ij i' oi i'litnv 1 ni rli hii' r1 li3 s w e le 1in-1
llthel ila t the hllilt e ltro til "l i tllh" ,t> ih lner '1 i thl i 'i'I ,1no y of the
tyoil it. Itefore ln ll l uStil'lI if ll Ihsllrs t i llo f "irtTi, iohu f lir l t cloiistc f (il,
gnli.ering sturin i hn fnalin nil \vih s r firinil d It llghl l tll it ll at id lhiv- r
over nud we wn ere aved:; nuid Ili,, ile4-i1. io I'orpotl' 1-n. T,1 'i li t1,4sI i lty tit' ll" i -.1

"ITO l il sa. tiIrtl: lti' l l u5' h trlln- uilli h it iii ti llllh, t'uu l f ill0 tt hi'ihi liiii' lifi
*donaril'r' o wh'li, ols l 9 \ w'rf; \ n' i n '11111011) liot harp t it 1P l if 'in y (IN is'll as lho cliso E lu.ll- t t i ili Jlt1hto I R Ul Ilru 1 iI I ali 1t 1 d 41 'I fllt0. l iO -
idesieraiote blll nI i lg flinlld In "'i Ill I1' hnnr0 le f ll' F I tlh C i IIplll A it 11 ti-
il li h oirtl of lev ry ni in iinuliigl 1. 'suilt I tli l ll'el li n ri ty h'l t a .l it
ViL've rl-y MI lllnzli. it giol p hl"r oif itooftl I n1 h. .t Ow lli t le th ~
'- l w i rtlli' v 'li er l ldilr it' ilirl '
lratWlliit s lp )i-nti' A uinl itt.I I conft eii rlO I io ot y. As n suItlintll ,ll
"lli', t ii llh'i J ii ',lin hflof' /t'r1 iA ll ilrh ,\lt,,,or t i .tl ii",.| ml -n l td ulitoid w 1th
iecorldicd," Hiil liie ichl ffe'ur., l "iit il It 1 1 iiii t l,' 1 i't t ii il a i r rtf l it ,ihil
ailtdc I iin di'lue to hil- itlnlnil elIror- tIllhi r lt ollhtlolli, w\\'ii.l iilll n Into nui
the error of tnliing of t 1hi It'lirtkil In.- foi iiii.l y i iil'l l .rpos T'Ilhe i Iliplolyilihlil
Stead of plutllt n It on. of' plrltoleuiii ll) it' 1ri']1nlUluault n'll,

liri't! e 11 r torlli 1 il.y nliln ll o(i I lv tl w r ,iA y i lit lyflf nIllil 11i il t listi; thlt
thl: t liat, iL i.. lwirl ii it rur\<-l t hli,. ., u ,, n u. p, lliitr l. iand to i' 1ild'
ioveiineii t. To puit .n lli irntit .3 in it I3' bill.i 4 lip r vi lhl,. ji Or ti
pull teil e I ovn. ilw i l yv ii; It Ilih I u I n.;i,~.s wII-n.l i I ,.n l-.. i .1hiit i i tiy
You tip ll II n\wIy froit yI.oi. T'hlo:I c I ntiail, r1uare ll j. l\'li 11 111l u l IIt uLI.
luvplit' t p nre, a w bow o r i t i ri 0 1 01.OU 14 p t IIr v y VIl' y 1,,'i. ', h11111 ( IIt'I W ll,

'litl rt ng t o 111111-s lto 1' il'Tt 11 1' -nq, hih lity

"Ullidig nlloiiK swllly tIn l un l itviuo t '^T, illilihivfljt' d, nii rI. 1)1'n1111111ii IIur-
blle oUill Iinv u'e II iL liicllI er nillli-n nai iti,,, \.(ill i1 ileT nt hiuti tiu i'iutvh If-
yotiu lOAlth fip hnl h or I i ) lUnl < ,l ll i or thlo 1Ihi ii; 11w-ttl ilI4. ilK' wii8
lihIf li'ti i Uld! J if.l e111 iv r for. ti Lw',i! ii,.l. iwOnly till uei'idoiiet kIluds
l-id ili itl' i e o i-il1 hirli. I ii>t ti i, nn i| ulf ofk hi. iU'hlia li, u l iUu, h i- lil. n ot s-
tIl I i nh Ider li ti t I tl e'r- fliv 1: like t i li i.a Ohisk1it4t4 I to the h II ali lit tl of ls
I hat you 3. huild Il'igi i l Iih k lowairil .r Iv.4 ', it .o atl a lhy iilh IIng wvlli
you In cild r to lau ke tlit .:b llt oft', T -Ill Ili> I 'tillrei is llit IlilC hontlhl nuit flitr
rfollut. is n I ay, I l l ultig cl\e, o Ulut It I WrliltgI; b UI n ic lllL n hi t asi to bL' m-u. i'r
Is lpt It)U coniM 0'ler tll h iLit 1.t h](llf7 l y 'vil[iule.
drlver In nioinents of exclltrit-iilt nutl The grl nt coul dpi)allts of I'penusyl.
p roil, Ulolip i' lIr i liniIn wl li1 h wlrhuuit tlinah ug L li1d ln 1 .I -itai llil t il fo I
to iinit i i rlanht e b i ion. ioU t' 1i tiI h 1.'r t hfi,. u lhor il'r 1 tvjI IIt t(1 to i l'lli I -i
thti wrjioitg wl y; l inextI m iilnon l hr la I tou 6- l.t of V'll gilill;, ihouigil fr
crualied u(gailustl t i stunt wall. Ior ll. ouro I111 IIILn CI IlH'n wouIl wmIH iill h" tt
fallu over i st-V4t ltll y fuol lUin wls rotliu lrcd. It gf ,li, w\liolIl -t ivlilu
"tl'hcrrl ftor l hll im I a iioln llli lri'lko Lta t t lli(. thl, l el i o tt. i .ltpll ||y tJlpni
lectfa tltoi lin v n n I hoitll eW, i ll Nil-In<. iitiil Illtll.ti, I vllw \e il. Ilh,' t iWire'I n1 li I -i
for 'oI011- rnIl' ll' nirl 1i f'. rlli 'ii ll') nU- Id l thl ()lRil nf nor -h r thlt w',i't uV'llii-
Iumli l or *o' T.l lr llrhhilll ,l ve b t, UiI iIritir l 'III A ui llsHI of IlilntI (oItni"
llhc ir l '-,rr wVll kli. r e v er.'d, out or g lso I iiii,,fi, Iuli.' I ll( m iall,';, l i 4iiii 1 .
(i l
tlhi t luI llt hr e%, 4A Itlithe lih~;tiiV tou, fl tVh.. I llUip,1ni, Illit'li. uet1 lr-
wi tllll l o li i Ii'. 1-- Illhi l I. ','t1 P ll.pyi0140111 111 i he" 'i'ri'l4 g Kl ill of1 i
itlolin of cu t i a Ioa i iiroillet'uyo uind I p la iin hi l lliti
u0oI 1 t au rvors hi ib innlt ; ntllol( 'wiler I ilprc'(l l lilly IIIflittla lllll',
"It Is rasler l gy t in ul od cuk lii Al eordrliollgl, lWinlwl|'r tlillln wsor. IRf-
It IN tii g elt thn t si it. rI rv r. flo ry un l t H itlt i. il ant H Ive i'ii l of 'ilillt Il l Ilt-
Ilie illriprlti or tf in el ninualrint Io U o lttli Tho ile lll of ullLe r wca t ooi
NliV t or'k Tiltnia rpupurl r. e 'ixha toilht d nut i l Nriites wl uillo fIriL'
lillnc o iin plael F Ii Now Yorlk Wit hlim ro 1iir 1l iill rlnl It P v, pi Stin ll ltwll'lT
inerl Bitt b t n ouh tliei ind c tcI l u' t off Hlrout out lict H utilli. 'I'lmihiui tltll fd
tir linut udeorr et h'nuwn ind\olll'hblu it mrnu'lh r (iIUI3tlur, huL lIhi futnlli'e wnii
atlve grt Iautilly iiit h otu J'0 ol. rov iutrd for lery che tiillllllitPiie of

ilut its n'i -111 i lirgd I. il it rr e 1i' .1 lmLrn lt of their lt lnu anvlln lile.
old-fina hloii.d nnln wlio Ilko to Krr, ihrlr" There w re' ud Ilnll iir ilipiolli llir
insplit tn'rved I ti whaol uN id lo t r ntlliad loulli, for i iiilra ly it a l bct laliil i f ll i
be 'Euylleh' fi-hlolii, A CIrv.C'r In a of llhe war IIc'ro wiH Il ]fni'Kp nilioiiiJI
it.fo WvhB roi tie h ut, l oiicitt r o il fiji (lio of tlrI iirthi.h Ill Nlw ()'tll ilsn, wlitir~ l
n jolu of nie:il ri'\l lintlfra l II n pr'- It li"l becu uipi In llin* cilirlllcal lon or
tlc ilnr illcf Hint 1milrli tils liicy IUiil "iiral., Glli'jroln WiiH (,f Oi'IIIHP iiiurl'P
lPe.i ihlI Johit rroir l Kg lthlia rngmp c.J. It rInl llly olituLIabl illi( i nlfcr uii I (,x-
cailest Ita ( to tlieo knowi c PA Ilal w ty l hiu r a not frli tli r i otloll'Wod Irl. yl bceu Iitbouhnlit np or trili biltIesaFs orf t were futuliit pllry niutlhrhll.
c.rvling for opile -cnr u iitn r Irnle will 'Il'hi nuinmfifcurii of filiniuintl Of
llrtve ti I'oaxt liL-PT, <, Hllhrr hiot or (.old. liiir1"'ry for i, rn.iunilo il CII;J \viim cir
Iib rIg' i 'd na li I'iIIf'n !lqlll becfOl'e ill, rle il on o 11 ]lll) I'dl exIl1t nrnl llir
h H s'rvi'ii hl~l'f n d ~z i poi t~lix frlil i',llrlolr for (ili 'rnlpH WHH olitullal fiulil
It. Vhia b:h- lir' r ul, c o .l l of al tl,_' ,Irl IhIf tlUrpllOltnlu Illa h wlilIc w<-i'r< Jill
cral'er\. Hint downttowu ,N<,w V'olrkcoH uollvltd froiu Nori't (.'aloliuu sad uH>'|l
utcd to know? Prl'nir tlichy Ilav-e for tllat lnllruos,
!llone Ihto blii~lneus for tlhtrlllwlvp't, fs 'Chore werO four prlnelpnil liledlrlnlc.


A : : 4


BAY STATE'S WOMEN WORKERS
i;l, (h Lrhph rWIi Fewer of Them
l11lrlsr mi'iJ.ffi.R. DIvorcem.
"FOX, I II lAh1 tlry" Is llt; I'l6to t Af it
t'ilorili Jitist I.sth, liy tilht LIBHai clln-
rtfs Ito NI-uu l of tftallil hc It Hliotat1
Ihl'l Hi' lily yYV Ii'0 tlho hilh 1Illi,, i1ls
fiilhn ri roii ,2.v ii r M1"i^Rt 0 t7" 4tes L ultln it.
Ih l t ii ,! 7 lU l'l ii liiKi'hg fl'l.iiin .1 `, I 1
while the pril't'str P lt, o of dilviIu', I- I
it-'orceO to nUoilt nai alanst 1 to every liy I o'. ',.
Thl IJtiFVals age of briclH lind liitl
prroidit' jAit # Ol @p from 28 to 2'il IIII
S A? 9 r BUImpleryd lI
git il fiilr -ciupn tfid' i jtWWt dlid 1,7KS,.-
aot1 of t lhr sexOce, tf %'Aid CloCiriil
wpeip ialea te B4 1320.:13 felutes. 6f"
7L..'. I bt h t7,23 pr'r cirt., respectlvely.
'JIh lguinres i(afflttillig, taken from n
ianrefilly d slitii rP rl tn(ttcille t 1lilie.
show Iiow wouimn have hli.niidled flUtWA
6f ourrtpleynieut. ln Ilie service Ioft io
Htn, thitrrft fnr 1178 feniale le'rks liulu
ltL/ hnila;i rf (it lih iF-ilat ilnd towLia.
1l2ti feiinies a llt ih,)ti inl.tlir. Of' ith
2270 clitgyime'il In Mlinsilt'iil~i'Hl l
ain- wolu'tl 'kl 'liert. hI ',, l fr-eilm le t l S-
,l ,,i'i -tr*. h f lliwyl'rr. ll12 plihylhchl'nii.
27 t6 ttior.i lit 4, l ti -r1rill, il3 edi -llrs. 10
j nir tallitsts. ( o rl porl n, *ll C tlh~ s trei ,
Htgnuin t 3413 nctoin i n ill<-K f' f **

I l4r~t l ip.'iA 3 I'tiiuPh l i 0 I il 10 ii> Atl I i'll
itlo ikee.i ltftlu, 1(i 4 ioPlu 1om n eliiune.
I'ill'2ih heiill Ict ookl 4 n ilf boo1 ndt o lpse
in hotais, tdiit i ii fIru liuri. CoP .; I'
av,'titll 2 lro iias, i42'1.ftl do imestle t'i-l
viri1q. 31- ritltrpsi'ms, 22 wolnu bunr-
I.-r,, ithl'ini tl luli! nIlp til A fium ale prl-
\iil er'- liiril'llh .Cril ffmaill tVlui.IR
,'ll. i0.-rs, ii nli lsi (1il iiiile: ;'!i( # ih-.
tm'gw,.r.iiti. W .It 1 a wl S oi- len a eiplhO d ll
veaim111i -h fnnrl-l of trade 18.1-18
i'mi,-biI /1nil 7. 7 oy l it(1 it boot anmil niho
ind trli l'vy. 1i I ( 1 T i intlrnl tlllteturo of
jrwf l iI ( l l n .lt ll III ftll e tc Ili ll f lit.i
rio r-ill-Y. 413t: ii lia. l3hItAl it v lier,
I llr u In.-II l uI.I S7Ir> I'sllln t. iltl o irtf
illith'n rliin br .lls l r,7 fmnil col roll i
(iii-rnfivt figiilust 31.0111f mil iI u lio
ftn 1I Wotln f ernlitivesi Ipntgitti
It;.L4 ^ rfliD i i01.0 t folutifi worit cd clip.
4 r- i naio 2:11 F.lmni ilp r (llldrcsii wlo ll irt
I'uri ii Itllv iinlg t-d 22;l iienih', 1r i iii i
e1or ,inr,
rn ti Stilf (lhi I' ll-P ni 1.0711,0l0 porr-
soa c il W 141o rk < hri llt l t ln, nild of thil
Itln lier d17.37 pi el' vl i Ai u tlilve htili-r
21.0I ii lr rlie i. titi'i hlti i'll tRiiC Oif ill
llg ii dOllc -il. 1 1tl.7 \'i t Irrl lll. 11.) ( I t
fl, fAllli'nolii llud n uriiinii' lzi'ld ydvl 14.'3
fIr i.gtn-tIoriil II lin 'l, Tim' to l ililu ber
&Wf f1tl:* ild' 6 iiiloflyo. l I l0,i 6O, or
wh,1in {1 L.'.1tl 'ork fit t(il ia Ifitlt'it-
iirliif lUln miill l.tOif.0 till l d tin lltllers.

27. ia liint 71 7 ianlo.s. I,'ri. nnia h'low
n f(i il if(,i',ilftl of lil.-t pI er oent. l


dlili dmiblllll.le I the Illl'dla*iAthg f Ill.
cri'elis h lir g l i l.ii l.olllominoiiT uiinsifit'l

llitii rHi i nlr-lti wa llors or Aultrallin.
Mi l vduulkcr I drtlit I flt((lllon l in u
Wiiri rtl,'y tith.i i tm few ylut rn a i <), t.l




Il oI tui li CiL I i' v hlr IItr nt A ll t I(

liVrIi 1i or u itl, e ursil llllllfs of Allti 'lti





witnrkis U il 'l rh l\ t ht i dllti
wr11 h lui en l i r l Iilvar lil ti l jilphnril
f11 iii' lle n i i. l.,iii ii' ii ltf 11 f i 1 H r ti '-i.







whio uuiui4.t (ihirm hiri' vel.ltnlay s(intC4
1 It I Iwovo-ry I i ut tlit hi' iii llroth f Cllhad






ld in tl ouf11 fillt v it i )t y Intl ll Ti il ,t
hO in10l na lii iiIII ltliely pliyMe nly tIii
Itlii I nill o lo hli Vitdtl Isii t lecAllhoui l
tll,%n tliir -liN lih V hanw lipson.cu inls r-




















ginlih l. i'
it)l i (ll ifw l ft Hit'iBlM of I1o Iy

front ot ili fi. ..lIingi ies t l ( ifly5 t t











uIsirl it syliNt'l 1 it dlueu't.s iY Idolid











Ihl, ti' w tt ouls Ilio tanruout fifv
IliliLnl 9ii-wi, wh1i h vlp wh ilh amt i l-.
ir F. it lg io y t w ike Isn the hidmit wo
i lagltt, clit-v hl hourle iiii'te >lo id- .01
ullli' wrfi.lJohtl m lig Inilfh'nit'i ll H T|l'hes
rlrn lip 111ilp diiniii ln fi lhT11 Tonl(i WeV<1
Ilio i)rIni lilvt' Ilil- ll OflliiLii of 1 ( .''l('l 1f I
1il Ihalli iy win drl, vi' i to lulti I'O -
IIA' liI tho llki lljniiilllH Il i. L i M Iihiy In-
\'Ing I', WII lthoiuni, tiowavrl'. llhiy low






















higr lait who tioKht tlho niiorc'.


liill- ti ol l rIOPellnlihutotl.
Tl'r ,r..Anlita 61Vi -Il-, red-IllpJcd IHn'tmi
i-It' nlliHt avoid nretl, iutaittive sn
l1IliIh pllikl; thv "nut-hlrow Ml allytle'
Cuiilnol do blitlr thli dious tip to
t.a Inti li rownls rg hars--llI fact, all thi
talwlny will llind tuid Jio01ollg Uboth
for tdny ilid LVillllng. ,., ,
I.iitnly, tlhe tllvo-tiktlncd brtluntto
intisatu avQl i rnlins, inlnuvoll, t lU
lilld I uesa, will tho eo xcplon Of 141
iAv.'. nnlt Aould clin g to Ivlry wlila
,kIvld yellow. old rose,. fIlier i wa,
chltsnlnit. etrluon, llarooll, golden tan,
ello eo curr.-P-Jlladlulplia Tulogrllpb,
The "ulrol y" Women. ,
As a nt rll tlilr "lt(11 wom in I bshitt
of 'sttiira. Hliu Is silO slia, tsl lint-
Irtn fairit rl llldn ttriuted to bher u-
rteiftul. fretful dllMkltlon. IMentleis-
Italc l rielceitMI the acquiring of adlpo
litiIu'. fIle Is at i Usually thiln-fsed,
ind llltlw iO p rBHes0 I llah-pltihed rather|
1114-tc lll vtOi'e me
The ifllo yl woman, on mtoetilng yoti
on the street, btiglns ht once to ovef-
hanul you In lior fuihry, nervous way.
You are too thinly ulad; you nre sland-
ing too near thie n uri; you should never
wear nuc-b high heel, or you nre woLk-
lug too laird, or too lltle, (-tI.. etc, ..
The buet Way to deal wlli such a
Version Is to faI l In will her mood and -
acqufiemse In all she l mggestR. ho will
then thlik tloat sh he ls given you
some valuable advice and will say
goodhby wllr a l cnilnng efltt and a seltf
iatlnsfd piresslon.
T'he fulsy lwonJan Is no Iu is tiresome
to her male Irliruds. iHlu uadvlels young
rnpu. and tl he tell tIlini tlf iter youth-
Istll JxpPrlPellcPlr, e he aulms suggest to a
friend Imlrovuloifiltos In his toilet, Iak
Ing why hP Wclui stint-h a high collar,
fel. Sle then supploeiwnm ltiher u-a I
rlerior coulinnl wilb an llivltatlon tp call
annd lirteak tie isonolony of blI lowmlly
life. TlItl minli who ilmtters to hlioL!Ot
SIlie very frank. though rather Ilele-
gant. "uot If I klow Itl" Wealn glst
what lie snys.--Amerlcin qulwel. ,.,
I f tw I nea s 3"
The Ingenulty of thea button/malniu-
facturers has beenn woadj, pretty
bulsly ot late. to Judge f3O* ,4 t i nun-
ber of novelties whifeclre 4i ppearlna
in this line. The lareilb tta n of tles
nni, as IIHUUl to faddllbb Xtrmes. but
a few of them r"are altloetter dainty
end dellrable. '


.tI( ablrt waist or
yLAM 0011w. 1t-f1


DraI0ed gird loF re thle clhoce' of
Iotwomef- .
"ifaIlg)t belts figure with shlrt-walst
sllts and solpl.coats,
SNotthl)ghll m hands are the neeat
donimpent for thin lawn gowns. ,
e rP loac in min accessory wilt
l#e 'n feaieind\0tpie lby autumn.
SavR tho extreme Dlrectolre
h ta i distihe'a own ard curve

J#AUgIhu embrplderleis are among tbe
most favordml fort rliomlnil ilugham
a4srtM-aWlst sults.
Bilk frluge, knotted into tile ends of
a sash oft heer stuff, or of taffeta.
.aisL an attraolve lal n eb
PJrtlle straps may point upward In
the batck, or they may point downward ,
the, highest part coming under %iU
aRHQns. )M ^
Lae e Is thle Irimlang ipar ezelle "e '
of the season, and both lhe7vy La".
llbt aru used in tile greatet r*
fuuloo. 4 i.
TrImming added at the lsoulder
seami of yokes la faAelfuil bertha giv-
Ing the effect of a deep collar, are very
smart. '
For young girls sashes are either
pulled throbtgh tings .or a buckle, dr
are eanghti In a perky knot at the bLlel
of tbh waist lHe. I'
, 4pserted pltoes of planted white tulle
or cbhUo make a pretty and attracttvt e
tMImiDltg that is not seen so qfteh A.
to mOkei It undelsrably common.
Ppl1iagi of light tints, sueb La
94., tllquolse blue and apple
tte dttremely stylish for adoral
popular black and white !he
cheek blouse suits. '
Bands of cloth as trIthlDm '.IV
smarter tbhn thoSe of I .I
laldered very swagger *i I
'eld-tlme r t anll tlim il 1
with band tb. ,i
A slWb 'OD iliusl. ch Iffon
LbpIy $ft k h. i DhsrligaD Ls
t l acetally.
t, and btn
l 4ot l0& or only One. .n

withA
V Iab s9na0r,1


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i r


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a T riit, p'.;wo "T


- .4,*L


yB~ NCi~ hto atlize a handsomen mt -Oef T
S fer veral blousia. but, with thea p ''*
fattiltmestsm they can be rW i ,..,
when the frOck goes to the laundry. i '
Sra i Anoller new Iruttdo noted in fCast
.lornltle slshops would be! very odd an
slilarll M iltl one's most unusual gown,
altlioughl inuillted for every-day i;e''
AS TO BANK CHECKS. This la formed of a Brakillan bug Ol
r--t h tilo beetle order, lpetriOtd and mountel
,r1tii. 'rtnaI o wlio.h iverr wry o.nn O lil III a naflow rimn of gold. The itlesot

A hIwly .t' l ke tIIIr lposseslon for ilsn rich teeonest greef i brown., btc,.
.\ Ill. hl eht)it i ther pfomhetloi for nni nsug'geta the iCyptluu scarab ln
,.*i"a Sie.s a11 check from iot- ilshl. shape. Tito button iaro smill--lilk
lhr 'l 1in'1I, lotI, Rld lei hastenPed to. tI thlli nil Inch i length, but unuiisat
llll ,,I ,:,iIt hl, ,ick wi'e ln I till II nrliistiB.-hicagoL Itecod era'lb
tCInItIl hiaI hIt l. 1 i0 ..rlll i t ro ilit ilyhelms ir s .I
clle tll'ltt It zl,i ,,rl' ,. '. rr'llt tfft ])lZ.i'i L ^ li' Htlln.so. B ^ .. 'i
6?se k r t 0- 1iteenson'a Handsomea Bnds.
6nd said ii Im i tt ll \ ii Ml irltt Thejy ay the Rhawnee Indians make
n11 sa ,t1 aS ntoi l- l e' t v I >. ,l r llt lill l tl IEh t
she thought Of ;f clh.' k is l,>llg so many Of tile pretty bailus of beadO
inuch money if t Thle Incident shows lth(I ltu,. ,r ,,- ans necklaces or as long pendants haM -
ltidfirtleltk i whilo till Nim,,ni ,llill,, r Lng way down the drest. Sole of tle
prints. (MOR! t! i ready, but In tblpel days l uIm > ,, 1 vor thll theory. Other chalns set here
are not the only people who I.ta,. ,, .inI thi.-r with Orlontal-looklng change-
flo lusinetis. 'llle U11'. I ll':it ltl ,evidenltly qome from
A Plwtk Is merely an order i"clin A l l,,i i.
toI t. \iio IlIde ld le of A's m onu.y In t 1,.. 11 IIIt i ull~ t-1l Just now are
ialy a certain ItfiOg l of it tto V. It is I i1 It'iil. I iill. i Inot lonll eC1 V ijf <(ile namU es on Ith l, I'1", 11.1111.4 ill t 1iiilr blue lbead
llr-k irl, gk ood nid well Ikuown r Id J'h..l r*., I-,irrer 1 to i round lbeat
tule tlilil asI solid a8 the governmentt. cllatus .1on i,, hi,i. lllmi>le pattern.
Altlu ligi i c hki orlt given In piy.via int IIome ll it'1111 11n :,iiw earl tassels
if ill' 11 jin1 i r teoelpt Is usually gilv' I n1 it rosary" ll ki., liluIrilhs slon of largo
.i th1,. t ll .. etI 11oe lip S lh Of an clhr-R sliil" i'' lrtllllnl pitni ';1
i,.i l iinot l o ilti pal yiny nt of li.lelit- till tlihe l ll l,. iu o lln e In m tuc
IMo,1401 IlMI it I; pi al by tlo hbnuk. II H.r l il n IIIIl. u1111111 111114 of nhied( beads.
Nolr WI tlli I .I onlurrc t recelpting of thll Ii lilollr .villuigh to 110 looped onl
tlh( dll fior whhlich It I given chaluge or twlic. unudIl Ii hltltrutitd once or
Ill i 1 I li .1i'k C Is lot paid on pres- iw'le wIth n l g11n- I l' 1.e t 1- exactly
ellutlla io ,, h. I 1> llc. tlle orlglnial cinll In teh ilig l l tI n l ilhe t iiquolo e slide.
stands ntilg ii ,' fil.raWl. Or l ivelr o of The pale-i.grenii or JICali colored heads
(i Ia lphlk., lt in ,erlllled ji.c k-tbRt at'r very sinIrl. bllr int always as lne-
i., It vhiltoil lged tly tin otlirer of tilht colwingg as liIt, rolain's 4' blilue beau-
Ihank, usll i' Ii l,, icn.hilir--ilitulltl s ties. The lii hai IH showM i ror strand
plyinlt il tl rt thethe tro t tl. perHion 'Woven" "110 *ieli'l. d it0 tassels
who draw if onsdolist of l'tl looili or ilouble cords.
(Cllhiks nsly ibe nioalndated or post- 4 a t ... ..--- l
/,tid4--ftnt Is, ilatod Ineforo or after ltevliva of cal, o.
lilt, ,1ior of delivery. If poaldnted Thero Is an old material coming to
ch'Iltok nvr, lpild l et'hirp ttho day slspcl- the fore agalu, iind tlhil Ia notblng more
Ilbl. lltI ldrl wer t'li rei covr tlh mouey, nor lIPH tll n old'tfshllloited calico. A
frl. thle hllunk n1111 nrlctel ilnt III accord- cnll-o gown is so v\it of date as to bo
Il lit wilh lui n. ordr frumti ili. but liopteless lo the inaJorlty of people, yet
li I1 iv owtn Irpeioalsllo lity. If n blnnic those who keep right up to the mark
IN l fir the dte,l tih e iholdtlr Is nui, aIr looking lit tho new calico and ii-
thollizedl 1to Ilr lrt lif1 triue date fil de- cw~,stiIg iii It.
Illiyv liut in othlic dlae. Thi lui-se'- T'lhm Hlioitill cL of tIle return of
tloi of a11ii ollhr dlati or clinnl ilng tlie t cllh u to lpolitl rlrily Is tile lsirt waltl
fltil without Ilin c(ollti tt of o the dl'iWurt, Mult. for rtirllCen Ilnn4m lk p s o very neat-
iflitkAl thll fiellk voli. ly It1o rthtse 4snll. A.\tl tllothor reason
A oil.t P illortii be presented within lil the Liiprovell, itinlI In Iie intterOl of
reonalilf tlalilt',. fW the holder twill Ile the net callcos whlclh lenv so very
klh'iliiK lithe (tle'l nt hliI owni risl. lr Illtl, to ie itdeslred. 'Thero romlo very
posultile nI tlhrik li tlhould lite 1l' I trited pretty calico patterun In cream wthb
the anlie clay II Is drawn or lit il nIy a Ilittle ilgirtr and ill Igbt bluo anlo
Afti.r, If i clieck il not ilhlortd't wcian ligtit piltk nnud In the darker colorlh
It is ile'sfUtfistl at fi liniiulk lithe lilderur llirow, laU lennd nliUy blub. hl
should nolifl',Ily I dis. 0.1 .bVhe(n I wish twoll, wear like iron, aO f
chlell ptIla n' my lot I flforPMint, tC 1 alite Not v'lry o' n It1nt hit one IN tompted to
IpromptltilS in rlii ePiitllllg tilC CiMP151 Is li'vest so hllnt P11 cartn lalvo a pretty
riquitred of eicih person to whom It II lshirt willut iultt 0fr inortniinig wear.-
lluloir.tso In order to hold these Iii. ors- Irooklynu Engle. i
iing I, itl is reirillei of the origllnal ",_~', --"-- I li*. l j
I)iyl'er II ori'ef f6 h(l1d the drawer. Ily ., l Qulolen lete ia w:ook.
111ltilinKg in tlhek ii C'fuIl'tinou Ilhe lla- Qtueeil lhellnn ofr Itly I ii roynl lady
h) illy of thel drna'wr cnnltil be pro- whio hins I very prul llh'nl kliiwledge
loiiged.-Youiitli' ( 'oUlnilioll. of uuoklilg. At. lhor farllir'd enrloulIy
---- h lionlly anii nlunproetelllitim court QueeU
Ti, l. nartk-y ed inrl. ITtili ft ei arnielrl iiuiLny Useful thlogs
I'l'i- gltwirli I rtniieoil, ibo of tl anil i uea Ollng (Iheim tleI art or cookJigu
Irk'i re'd ,'1 i.-t'. Ini wlarnl' cIr*l n, dapp ill lhis, cilidlrn iinlloil Joii'eqn a thdti-
yclloTV. yrll.lil e, tilrdtllil, lIOa() l iruol', d rulo whlch, Ily (ti wln; obtnalu It
lpei bluio el but no pllrlilerll. loll li ialuriill hliiporanl fanully-Vul thO
firw ltl, lifn. tfiny aud crlnret. but slite ftuutlqii uit or Italy I)eCtulie lOt
liiild tir'ti A ll grefIIn. voletu, ninuveO fll inlely it goul plilnl cook, but all
iilo "Kr-1.4 i'y" 1>t11 a.skillled li Ilhi jlntriarnitloi itf tho curl
'Jli fallr Irltillt utt niui hot If l ilnl C. l ta- i uu HwlM inluli tti amid p tulleHtlrl of whblc
ristmsli ilt, lialiplii in tlo luioms l tuilnvk oi Orlonltls iil'Pe i foid. 'ii' late Into King
blrol n l lllneli hnlr. thant stnli' itillt iresfli itiliert Iullitecd onu listlug hll
1ip) to It.. Tio hlair Isa i1t llutr tf itlli il daugllhitr.Ilrw-li olw roliry. fl ind
Ilt' IinpolurllloC-lt ls thliu ysli nul ileosedILi'tl Wlls t Wilh tli t hllntry itare
iJfle i#'l llt hanve to be ultudllctl nd slit set lifou.s l lm h Ilenl Ih nouforiled
gonlpihhrel, Alitlal Illl tri fnli It lnolto'e in hI,,, will iiockr roeuloiy, the ttle'
tf yii'y riluliii, apl n blu, oiall slihndo of "l,ndy.v lllih Cook to 1 lhu Klng ol

ai. crlinoll. pornl dtlflt i ot i te of thi o Newi sl. d "
SY'r ev< I'Nl(tIolh ik(el'tilf to liidlni ri'eld", orange Roft r yellow In combIluinalon wili Ilghl
vfllowu, rilw-i n tirinle, and flulc reolol, iluols (,i llhik, or with hiolli couibluea.
wilh, fdI-.lhiy di-t' *at"lf Hinyi Jl I i. 'olor wiih in revival ol titm
tatil. crhinsloi'T; iTOJli ml~rdtltl B (IMP Lints> of Ilho I.ouls Dprlod .... ilA-.iuj I
OopIlY rcd, ta li aul (cl'oaBold,,n IoWll "ii^.2,' .--- __.


'ounfiitid the girl! pfthn Slllltld Illr'
'hiilhtl Iwailty of their shmil, ild fil-irr
we\v lid p.tild 11 hfor thli IIK. JIlst mt' i' w
voutld ni'rli anKt 11t thaItlile pli11 oil hirr lII
good udvauntngo.--Now Yorkl HNul

o l)rnubl Abuil It.
A kind htierled Inhly Sn: a iinill hloy
,crilctd nil one of tl c benicliesi Faulr-
milouat I' rk til, other lny cnlokll, it
Oigar. which lAie a'fierwnrdi told a
friend see>iitld iliariNtt as IbIK al him-
self. The ludy Is nils tnthlliinliatle null-
loincco worker, and novr Iim emu an op
portlunity to Inmpres., I't-lIhcIilly upon
youthful nilnds, the evlls of nnlag tuo-
larcuo IIn uly formt.
- Penltng lirself Ity the sltle of thl Intl
she said kiildy: "Oil, iny Iby, wouldn't
your father lie dreadfiilly pained It li,
nsw you smoking thit rignir't"
eitherer think he would," resi)ondldt
tle (twentletih century young manu. witlh-
out removing tlhe we,'d from ill muoutlh.
"tlis IN on'o of bits beat rignr.,"- Plilla,
dolplhnl Ledger. .

The Lonon BIrdl's Call.
tlave yonl ever hIenrd hlil loon idrll's
enll? It I the w-lrdehst cry of iai til,
feultherd trlle, nnd la only to lie hi-Larl
on varl octansonn oin Ilhi' great Inlald
Ihk-cs of Aiirllctie. Ir rsoImilns exal'l'ly
like the cry of a wnmni, In diisress.
"TLke wounnu walling for r hr demon
lover," anid one mi on 0nie had heard
It, quothgll Coleridgft
"I heard a frant wall far away op
the lake.'" beo ontinuod, e(ilarlginlg on
lth ixperlenee. "It Uonaded liko a
woman crytog 0 f !O1f It -,laf-
Ade-crbabi$ M


I hinve. Old-lli tcaurv'iO r r c i ll 'i i 't ge t, ltir innticely, (llhilu Ii, iIorP ilni ,
llpqs nd liberal on s. 'Three wfr,>kn ellier nltd l'hilorufurin, l''li sre w prlvilrt o-
ago only five enrvtrs iollnswrcid l ly ndl- c'rld, so far as mpoilleu], lby HIIIugl lgIIig
Yvrtlsoluent offeriln a poIo andl either hro li r tho bgth l0 y 1 blockiidrs
the'r wns not one of Il.:iu wh lo 'could iiiioinn and tiunrilt'-iI al sublstttutl
do t le iwork well." wiirrn llrotdui(l, l. ror iiilasiup, folr iiul-.
Slilu hIlltter barks were imted wuhrever-
Tlie Iltuy Ihlrce' o W rk. l0"Isllil1e., oulicln lly tilgtivoicd, Ilnil til
An ovPerlurnied brleil\e tilll ntliNir 1ny tl,(Irrd nmiairlra wni lby this inanns hfld
crenled ai snl tilo ni t l ;rei-ni llrIlor. iln'lil'cl' ally In heclck. Morlhilille wns ul-
In the heart of tlh- ls:nlnulr collnly most enlltrely brought In by Iuoeuns of
tie I)eehllJv wna rcllridcnially llpp,'- th1 bLlocknade rniiers.
over. and thie iees floc'ud lii allonl lr- At theo legiunliig of thie war (Jhre
glinl steltet like Hile nrounllll TItom Pr.- wi're no large mutallurilh ial works II
el's fith imnrllkt, wlihero i asign al- iho Houth, wI lhs thie uiungle cit[illt;i
mouonepa tlit tile Irprepritor is going loi of the Iron 1 foundrles at New Orleanns
live "forever." I 'iad lilthnronld. 'Thle eurly crnpin of
Several smuimer girls nnd pcrmanllln't New Orlenns left iu ItJfhimonril thbt otnl
resildinti, a inon tile I:Nlttr Iilng Ctuo. large avanliable foundry, ind tbo Tredc-
nsmpson, were tuing siartly. It wan gar Iron Works became tho principanl
soonietlnie before tlhe Ilwe l-e wer fnsiully iLource for artlrles made of Iron. For
rounded up. Thill evellnfg many Stin'. ores, recouroe.was Ihd to lthe depolllt
mer realdents have Their Ilnds and from the Houth, nud It was neaerslly
face plastered with mud nl an effort that led to thle exploltlng of the dl-poi-
to quiet the pnlni.--Hoston HIfr:ald. Its .f Iron nl Alablmn and elsewhore
alngA Tri the Ap)palteblqln Mnountain
A Terrties Quuer Fany range; indeed, a primltlv LtUnt funmice
A yellow terrier of mt. Joseph., Me., was erected where the elly of Blrmig-
Is raising a wmnah mried family. The bamrn now stands. Copper was had to a
terrier had three pups, but two of them limited extent from the Ducktow1n
died. Abe at once adopted a pig and Workp In Tent let "re largely
a lamb in their places. At meal time rI I Tenptl.,, Ipt morea ltgjeiya
pup, pig and lamb anuaglet utp tO her j.from e _t. hI, sl Ipritc~an nesa
,em~t in t~miletd i hiit~ and ,m ironed, that bd ,nl ltl tahu-
braist la oinIeete hMa MW and shie ie IofI ,,
setis to iqa. s not t Wihl lt d~i t. .,4 sin
StUld1on wetwwn hey taraip l an4 to ths$ff' QSft4nd
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f inuesvHlel Twie A. eeM tar, TO IBRIBRS AND OTHERS.
.. i Iryoucall at the postofice for
D. B. GODWIN, THI STAR and are told that it, is
.dltor and Propritor. not there (if it is time for it and
your subscription has not expired)
S Entered April a2, 1i)3,at Gainsvflle. ask the delivery clerk to please
Fla., as second-classn atter, under Act of look again, and if re-assured that
Cogresa of March 3, 1879l. there is no STAR there for you, and

Published every Tuesday and Friday, you are sure4hat your subscription'
at $1.00 a year in advance, has not expired, come to TaH STAR
o5 Cents for Six Months, office and get a copy. We try
S 25 Cents for Three Months. very earnestly to see that every
ADVnRTsINt RKASt. paid for copy of Tar STAR 'goes
Local ReAderan brevere type, 5 cents right, but mistakes are liable to oc-
S a line for each insertion, cur in the best regulated newspaper
S Space for display advertisements priced offices, and in the best regulated
on application. postoffees.
S There are always some people
Senator Clay, of Georgia, is for who act as though they think be-
Gorman for president. cause the editor of a newspaper

Gainesville has the largest cotton does not stop to personally solicit
ginning establishment in the State, their subscriptions, and other sup.
port every time he meets them on
Parents need not hesitate ,about the street or elsewhere, he does
sending their boys to Gainesville not want their support. Stich per-
schools, for the town is dry. sons should remember that if the
editor of the ordinary Florida
It is often the case that the can- newspaper does nothinagbut solict,
didates who are most ridiculed are newspaper does nothing but solicit,
datess who are most fariced ay he will get out a very poor paper.
S theienems. He cannot afford to do two or three
their enemies. dollars worth of soliciting for a
The recently erected Gospel Tab- 50 cents'subscription-he has other
ernacle in this city has the greatest duties to perform. But the editor
seating capacity of any building of who does not want, and appreciate
its kind in Florida. the public's patronage is a dead ed-
itor; and even dead editors often
Drunkards' wives, lazy negroes' need more than they get, for we
mules and a majority of newspaper 'never knew one to die from being
S aIn, certainly deserve the sym- too well paid for his labor, and
pathy of all men, everywhere, editors can look more people in the
, ,face and truthfully say "you ow,
It is very generally conceded ce anly say "y ow
that the me" than can another class o
that the Jacksonville Carnival, whoever tried to do bus
bout which much is already being who ever tried to do bu
s id, will be a pleasing success. e lord

S Editor Jordan of the Punta la NOT TRUE.
Gorda Herald is reported as having In last Friday's issue of th
gone to bed-sick and disgusted- Bradford County Telegraph-i
Because the largest fish story of the the column devoted to State new
Season comes from St. Augustine. --it was stated that Rev. Davi
sh' Hall, white, had been placed on
There were terrible storms in the der a $200 bond for selling whiske
Saturday, and telegraphic in Alachua county. Perhaps th
pPawunfcation was so interrupted Telegraph man believed he wa
I tt during Sunday Italy wascut publishing the truth, but he wa
off from both America and Europe. not. The only David Hall wh

The editor has been out of the hla been up for sell c whiskey
Alaclhua is almost as black as th
city a portion of the time since our ink wth which the Telegraph
ink with wlhclh thle Telegraph I
lt issue, and hopes that whatever prin d is f depa
abort ngs may be printed, ad is fully as disrepab
thbue of THs STAR will be par- as he is black.
He wais at one time a negs
doned by our readers.
doedby readers, preacher, btt the respectable ni
"If voting to make the sale of groes here say that his license hI
Liquor illegal will spoil business been revoked. He is a low, di:
Sand drive away trade," says the reputable negro, and how the Te
I lonticello News, "how can one egraph got the idea that he
plain the prosperity of Brooks, white we can not tell, unless tl'
t'ihoomas and Colquitt counties?" editor has been reading our mort
i ngcontemporary which has per
When a candidate makes a speech sisted-during his trials here--i
in public, and his enemies take up speaking of hint as "The Rev
Sa single sentence that he utters and David Hall," and never intimated
howls themselves hoarse denoutnc- that lie was a negro who had been
S ing that one expression, and refuse silenced front preaching by thi
to tell what other things were said, members of his own race.
S we are forced to conclude that those The Telegraph will please cot
enemies are "skered." rect the false impression it has n
S An eminent physician in Rome is doubt unintentionally made on th
An eminent physician in Rome s of its readers.
Snow trying to convince the public uinds of itsreaders.
.that the late Pope died of some OLD AOB AND OVERDOING.
other ailment than that named by
'his attending physicians. But "Some papers are poking fun a
what difference does it make what the anti-tobacco folks," says tit
Eminent physiciaqs call the disease Tampa Tribune, "and pointing t
that ended the Pope's earthly exis- William G. Patterson, who died ii
,. tene, since he is really dead, and Kalamazoo the other day at th
since none of the physicians give age of 89, having smoked or
Ep the cause a pronounceable name? than 100,000 ten-cent cigars in hi
a,. life time. They also point t
The Times-Union declares that Goethe, who drank 20,000 bottle
Jacksonville must have a sugar of wine and died at 88.
S, factory before our farmers raise "The Tribune contends tha


Cane on a big scale. The T..U. these cases make no precedent
does not ipean that our farmers They call attention to the fact tha
should go slow about raising cane some imen have been given sucl
on a big scale, but that Jackson. iron constitutions that they car
S ville should hurry up and build the abuse them shamefully and sur
factory. Let our farmers raise all vive.
the cane they can, and if Jackson- "But it is the fate of the average
ville fails to build a sagar factory human hog to suffer. If he over
what's the matter with Gainesville? eats, drinks, smokes, exercises

1 If some of the candidates, and plays, nature has fixed the penalty
would-be candidates, who have so "We have in mind a man in
m uch to sqy about. Burr's pot metal Tampa who boats that he had con.
campaign would be as liberal with sued liquor enough to float a war
Sthe publishers of the State as Burr ship, beginning as a boy, and that
was, their talk would sound better. he had never been drunk.
Burr furnished the papers with his "He has two sons, one without
advertising matter ready for the health, almost an invalid, a pale,
forms, while some candidates, and nerveless lad, who had already cost
would-be candidates, furnish theirs him a small fortune in doctor's
in the form of badly prepared utinA bills. The other boy had a better
u tript dnd are unwilling to pay for constitution and a witless brain.
getting it ready to print. No, he wasn't a fool-just a non-
Tentity-with no purpose, no ideas
The newspapers which oppose a clod, destined to be less than a
t,, kton anfd Barrs are denounced
b:: them as being "subsidized." man all the weary days of his life.
,few newspapers which are "It didn't hurt the father to be a
enough to advocate their human hog, but those wiser than
ii'on are holy angels. he point to that bit of Scripture
,Isbove is front the White that deals with the visiting of thc
i about in keeping sins of parents on children, genera-
ith i r wise (?) sayings of tion after generation.
I -t-eit ) editor of the "Nature's way is the sb e way.
1r0i ty M1S -ii i' ~ i When Bro. If you violate a natural law there is
Irrgi .1 out of a penalty aomewh4ere for aime one.
th thl% who The lan who uSu


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to get him to trade with me. I
will stop selling himn liquor when
his job and his money are gone
and lie is a drunkard. Wouldn't
you say lie was a fool, or get mad
at his taking you for one? The
open barroom writes just stucl a
letter to every one. It's future
patrons are your clean boys. Kill
the liquor business with your bal-
lot. Dont use it as a club to beat
out your own and your son's
hrnain,; -Mrnticell N ewsr


tt
e "The action of County Solicitor
o W. J. Bryan in regard to the eu-
n forcemnent of the Sunday liquor sell-
e ing law is having its good effect in
e other counties," says the HEstis
s Lake Region. "Last week the
o commissioners of Hillsboro county
s revoked the license of three or four
notorious dens uf Tampa and at the
t same meeting a motiou was made
. and carried that any saloon proprie-
t tor convicted of selling liquor on
h Sunday would. have hi.i license re-
n voked. After this action by the
- conimuisioners Robert Mugge,
chairman of the Liquor Dealers'
e Association of that city, issued a
- manifesto to the saloon keepers to
Observe the law and desist in sell-
Sing on the Sabbath day. The good
Seeds of men do follow after themi"

SThis is a fast age, and something
new is always in demand. Es-
pecially is something new wanted
right about now by certain Florida
editors. Some of them seem to
Prefer something new--whether
True or false-to the old in politics,
j as is plainly evidenced by the way
they rant about Stockton and Barrs
keeping up "the snme old cry"
against certain men and measures
in this State, but the majority of
the people want the truth, whether
it be in its earliest infancy or as old
as the hills, and Stockton and Barrs
,can be relied upon to give them
the truth wanted. The thinking
I voters may say but little but they
are thinking, and they are becom-
ing more and more .favorably im-
pressed with Stockton and Birrs.

fhave yr oted Otddm' ad-rGiut
SOthers k t! at ",


tInder and by virtue of an execution is-
sued out of the Circuit Court of Florida,
Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for Alachua
county, on the 24th day of March, A. D.
90o3, in favor of W. A. Dunagan and
against R., D. Middleton, I, L. W. Fen-
nell, as Sheriff of said county and State,
have levied upon as the property of the
said R. D. Middleton, and will sell at
public outcry, before the court house
oor, in the city of Gainesville. Alachus
county, Florida, on Monday, the 5th day
of October, A. D. 1903, between the legal
hours of sale, all that certain lot, piece or
parcel of laud, situated, lying and being
in the County of Alachua, State of Flor.
ida. particularly known and described as
follows, to-wit: Lot four (4), block one
hundred aad forty-eight (148, in Gibbs
Addition to the town of High Springs,
Florida. Together with all and singular
the hereditanients and appertenances to
the same, belonging or in any wise apper.
training.
Said property to be sold as the proper-
ty of the said R. D. Middleton to pay
said execution and costs.
L.V'. F nNNKLL,
Sheriff of Alachua Co. Fla.
C. MATIIiSONN,
Plaintiff's Attorney.



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He is 'unthinking, criminally 'care- STATE PRIAS CLIPPINGI.
less and utterly selfish. .' John N. C. Stockton's speech at
"If the world is to cpntintie, Punta Gorda just about cooked
those that lollow us'must have good James P. Taliaterro's goose -
bodies aPd keen minds. Humaniity Rockledge News.
will .go up or down-it can not ---
stand still. DeSoto county orange growers
"The mnan who takes the thought are selling their fruit on the trees.
of posterity into his daily life will They are figuring on $1.25 per box;
do most for the people of the fu- The DeSoto County News announc-
ture." es the sale of nearly all the fruit in
TH RA ONthe vicinity of Arcadia.-'Lakeland
1THE RACE lb ON. Su
Although we do not agree with Su
all his official acts, yet all fair Some of our esteemed corporation
mindedmen must admit that Jen- friends are arguing that Taliaferro
nings has made a good Governor, must be reelected to secure bar-
bqt it must be apparent to every- money in the next Florida delega-
one that his candidacy for the tion. pow wouldn't there be hat-
United States senate is not meet- money though to put a corporation
ing with the enthusiasm that was man in congress with such friends
expected by his supporters. of the people as Mallory, Lamar,
The people realize that the con- Barrs and McNamee.-Madison
test for the senate is to be a fight Recorder.
for principle against corporate pow-
er, and they are naturally lining up The contest for United States
with Stockton, who certainly repre- Senatorship between Senator Talia-
sents their cause better than any ferro and J. N. C. Stockton, is
other man in the race. The cor- deeply interesting the people of
portion forces will use every Florida just now. We are not per-
means in their power to land Talia- sonally acquainted with either of
ferro a winner, and the people the two disturbing elements in
realize that this is no time for di- Florida politics, but suggest that
vision. they come over and present their
There has been scarcely a con- issues as they did at Long Bridge
vention or a legislature in the past and Punta Gorda, that our people
fifteen or twenty years when J. N. might see what they are supporting
C. Stockton wa not n active either by ballot or convention, in-
Sfigure in it, using all his power to asmuch as both are represented as
e defeat the will of the corporations, being pure-politically. Come gen-
e He probably did more to defeat tlemen-make a date with us, and
f Ohipley and elect Mallory than gratify those that may feel more of
any other man in Florida. an interest in you than those of
The corporation leaders had Long Bridge or Punta Gorda. We
rather see J. N. C. Stockton de- may not be able to tender you a
feated than any other man in the picnic reception, but can give you a
SState. His opposition to their most royal ice water ovation.
n measures and candidates has been High Springs Hornet.
Vs consistent, continuous and deter-
d mined, and when that is said it The editor is often asked if clos-
Snmeans much, for he is a power for ing the saloous here has injured
y te cause which he advocates, business. Really, closing the sa-
e The election of Mr. Stockton to loons has injured business here., It
s the United States senate will be the has injured the saloon business,
,s hardest blow that can be dealt the badly, and a few people here who
o enemies of honest government in are engaged in other businesses,
n Florida, the people realize this and but are saloon sympathzers, have
e will cast their votes accordingly. stood in front of their places and
-i -AR i -grumbled, and declared that the
; DAR BILL. town had been killed, until they
S Suppose n saloon-keeper for have disgusted many would-be cus-
whom you tnly feel a friendship tomers, and turned trade to others
Ro -4ould write 3you a letter saying:- Ve know of several cases of this
a Dear Bill:-1 ldont get much. kind, but we know, also, that le-
ts trade ourt of you becatise you have gitiulate business has not suffered.
- Rot to work for 'your family and It sont instances sales have in-
l dout have time to get drunk often. creased, and almost everywhere
i Your son, however, hus, no one de- collections are better.
e pending on him, and lie has a good colle s a b .
- ijob. ITse your iniilHtuice with himn SEnwIP's SALe.


..n. r as a ane In talIr.
Florence and Vence aind the rest are
eurexd wltI the burdej of a most dan-
frolps legacy trom theIr pnast- tho' leg-
ley of beauty. Because of this beauty
(whb~h the people themselves do not
enjoy) the rich of all snailon flock tO
them, bringing tfull purses axu a 4dlspo-
altlan to spare no expense. The namtlv
begins to regard these .visitors as his
natural prey. Why should he work
when foreigners nro so casfl3 fleeced?
Aceordnagly he does not worh--t least
In the productive sense; he touts and
begs and seAls ornaments at three times
their real value. The victory instead
of going to strength goes to weakness.
Parents of the poorer Clans look upon a
deformed or crippled cllid us a bless-
oig, since Its pitiful hellenssness makes
It a more efliclent beggtr. ilto these
cities, where such a fnn harvest can be
gathered on such casy terms, the
strong, Industrious penasantry aro nuck-
ed till they become idle, demoralized
gamblers, and all because they are the
most beautiful places In the world, bo-
cause their pant Is sw gJor'tous that
strangers come from tlie inds ot tlhe
earth to see Its grave. Thus the mod-
ern Florentine lives, Ilk-. ,oies borriblo
cannibal, U)on his ownu lcud.-London
Outlonk.
Beauttlful Indian Wiomen.
-It is said that some of the riost beau-
tiful women of thu woIrld nite to be
found among the Indlina of the Te-
hitintepec IsthmuLis ln iVexlct. They
are of mixod Iblood, Spanlish l ndl In-
dIan, though the Indian traits igeinrally
predominate.
Their costume for higl r and holy days
Is somewhat extraordllunry. They wear
skirts of saLin or sl It, niuvlly Iaco
trimome(i, uand with Phorrt seI',-vi waists
which may or mi.y tnot et of the sfai e
material. Theo ]lhaddrll's thlIe Lpiln4-
puMeatipr-, b.luan inti nciiMse rlYAIlr of
accordlon piallting stlily lnunltured. It
is usually while tuid ci oi's i:i'atrt in
point of rteseumlriance to the Lbtiiirdreo
of a Sister of Meircy.
There is a curious cus4oni itmonig the
men and nraidvins of e c.i'tngingI g the
twigs of ortain trtcRa In peortfet S-
crecy, except thlHt r':ihi new twig Is
carried to the fullather or ui.ther or
guardian of each, who forainlly gives as-
sent to the further exchinrige of tokl.iR
This Is continued until ithc ctxriiillge if
orange blossoins slgnill.t-i b-trothal.
This pretty method of courtslilh[ is dy-
Ing out.
Tip to the Wroens Peraoas.
Sonio one In canvansl4in ftie tip sub-
ject has discovered that we tip the
wrong people all tie tiw& Pitrlku-
lattalog, the dkecoverr Lhrlavs that
It is the cook, not the waiter, who
should receive this material expresslon
of "Or favir ;nd3 that It Is the on-
gilr., not the conductor, who should
&awe the extras for gtctin lu is about oni
time when we traI .l II Ira-rpte. Of
course this discovery will ntii '-ellt Ia
tme searching out of tire ualla Lnt ud
the uman who re;ches out bis Iawd for
the tUp. We shall i)otinul e o Hs.ld our
gratuities along on tihe SiIL t' oli] liars,
getting a alut (onteintim,,ut over feel-
ing tiat we haIe c(ItW uuL dtioy--r is
it the enatsfbctlon of nminklig tlih paty
display o our cash r ellmnr(csH7-and
that we can't be enxro,''tiJ tc ch as up
the real benefactor. IL It Itadds nn-
other compllcaIJon to the tUp tquestlou
for those who alronlidy a1n it too per-
plexilg.--Boston Transcript.
The Sting Itay.
Of the many dangers which beset
navigators of the tropical rivers of
South America perhaps the natives
fear lhe sting ray moit. It is poison-
ous and Is to be found la very large
numbers when the river sl low. That
Is the time whon boatmen have to get
In the water-to push their canoes over
the shallows. Tha' are often stung by
the tati of the ray and usually die un-
less medical assistance is promptly grv-
in. The ray cannot be seo., as It is of
the same color as thel sand on which It
coils itself. The stab of Its sharp knife-
Ilke tall Is the unwary navigator's first
ktimatlon ef its presence.
An lre PoPrtie..
Ia many cases of intlnlnnritlen an
lee poultice Is a very useful applica-
tion. It Is made In this way: Spread a
layer of linseed meal tbreo-quanrters of
an inch thick on a piece of cloth and
npon the meal. put at Intervals lumps
of ice about fte 6ize of a marble. Sprin-
kse meal over the ice and cover all
with the cloth, turning the edges over.
In this way the Ice will last much
longer than it otherwise wooldd and the
poultice will be quite comfortable.
Aa to t.L[nig.
it Is a good plan not to eat when you
are harried.


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55P 8 o5a Ar Pensacol, . ... lo O6p
1 12 osp Ar Mobile . .2 ~55
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Coiuactions for Palmetto, Mahatee, Oneeo and Sa'asota, on 31, except Satur-
days, from Uainesville.
rrain No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman aeepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasningtog. VestibUled
lay coaches between Jacsonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dihing
car Tsen'ice from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, clay coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room llman sleeper between Jack.
son'ville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCroese. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and thter-
umediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. -Leave Port Tampal undaya, Tuedays and
Thursday, iI p. m.
A 0. MacDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E.. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.





Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co

Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.

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Cotton Department, ^mAINCSVILLI


Higher price paid for ea Island golloq

In Seed or Lint, Large or Small qerntleks.

Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers

made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.




0-- ESTABLISHED lIS. -8.
THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
SGainesvlle, Florida.
The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
ST To any piece of land in Alachus County
Astralct f Title T i furnished on Applicatin.
TXES RETURNED AND PAID. All business given prompt and careful
Attention.
:B. R. COLSON, Manager.






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