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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 22, 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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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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VOLUM I .l l t A T\lUSAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1903 N


, M'OONALD OUT

FOR CONGRESS


Another DeLand Man is Now in
the Race.


PLATFORM 0F PRINCIPLES
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He Makes His Formal Announce-
enot, and States What
He Favors, Etc.
DeLand, IPh., Sept. 17, 1933. Editor
Star: In maIing this, my formal an-
nouncement ai a candidate for Congrpss
from the S.coiin Congressionaal District
of Florida, I take the liberty of briefly
expressing umy opinion as to Llte smost
ipiportant qluiestio.s confronting the
KiAierican people,, aiul ">:uien:lar'ly the
Democracl.ic pIly '
In the first i.loCL-, my faith in the Kan-
saa City platfotru is just as strong totlay
as,it wa- on the 7th of July, 19cl, when
the delegates -cf the National D)eitocratic
Convention votlel tLheir int(lorsement of
said platform Having been a delegate
to the Kansas City convention, and a
party to. thle ir.tuiing of said platform, I
call consistently tlatke and stand by the
Above stalelient. ()nie point will be con-
ceded: That if thle )Deuocratic paiLy falls
to electa presildeti, the cause of defeat will
not be found within the pages that coln-
tain the Kansas City platform. We will
be comDelled to look in some other di-
rectiou.for the cause, and also tihe remt-
edy for it.
The Democratic party in the approach-
ing campaign shouldstrive to save the
republic from impet ialism, preserve the
constitution against congressional usur-
pation of power, rescue the gover-ulleat
from' the abuse of tie corrupt, gyard the
rights. of. the people froit tile tracks of'
corporate itioiopolies, and see thli thie
disease.of political deception is hbulred
deeper than the ash pits of badres.
Against at'ontinued preyaileuce of llte
trusts the colsciecte of thie latiuo:) lllist
be quickelecd and aroused if their b.ii.ivul
influences are tobe destroyed. Mo lcrni
corporate nsloun>poly is the offspi.tg of
thie Republican party. It is the genius
pf,, organized Icomtne.cialisni It lhis
neither conscience, aeatinitet trr p:it..
otlsi, aind kuowsa either justice nir,
morality. Its inspirations are grce e and
selfishuess. Its Ipurposes accuutlnsllatti,)t.
The debasenleit of the laborltg clfasset
for.petsonal, selfish gain is one of i'-
strongest ambitions. Corrutilioil aist de-
ception 'are its necessary :uiplemelts.
No public service is too high, inole too
lqy, to escape its influ nces. Its hand is
0q t(h throat and in the pocket of every
human being ia the nation. It sneers at
the tights of man and defies tne sover-
eignty of the States, It regulates wages
and the prices of life's necessities. It
feeds its employes eight months in the
year, and starves the little ones at hole
the other four. It divides theterritory of
the Union. 'into commercial provinces,
punishes Integrity and rewards the Iln-
Acruspulous. It gives or refuses to give
employment at its pleasure. It bilacklists
the workinigman and sets hiin adrift to
starve in the midst of plenty. It mnarches
its battalions of employes to the iolls,
places its chosen ballot in their hands
and coerces their support for its favot ite
instrutietit.
SThe VUnited States of Amnerica shall
not, with my support, continue to pursue
the.ltqaugurated policy of great and dis-
.ta tterrttorial acquisition, and the in.-
auguratlois of jiupedalistic colonial rule,
which ise:atibiersive to liberty at home as
well as abroad; but, taking warning rath-
.er thiti example from European mon-
Sarchies, confine herself to the most cer-
tain methods of' caing for snd presetv-
ing the lives of those who are now and
who may hereafter codie withiu her bor-
dera,:' This is one of the most imnpor ant
questions before us today--and I should
say the paramount issue-an issue not
alone made by platforms' Nothing can
prevent a judgment in favor of tihe old
rep.blip against the new empire.
T "E PraBSttIT ADMIrNISTRATIONN
In the coming campaign the adminis-
tration will be on the defensive all aloug
the line. Its spellbinders have attempted
to show that the Declaration of Ilde-


pendance is a back number, and that the
money of the people should be controlled
by the banks. They will have to explain
why the Republican party has enthubias-
tically cultivated and assisted the trusts,
and why every trust magnate has and al-
ways will assist the Republican party in
their campaign fund,
ADOPTS J. TIMPLE. GRAVES' POLICY.
The qriestion as to what shall be done
with the negro race is a problem that is a
bnden to the people of the South today,
lid has been for forty years, and if any
ebtirt om aty part can change the situa-
tio itwIll be forthcoming. It is not
nec tfy t explain who is responsible
or hls' auig, or why his stay has been
-.tMEhaWtvely prolonged. It is enough
totlpow that we have them with us and
.iM tb d hare divided us. The question
r wai'Mraed by men who ne
a* .lluces1 what they did, and
Hi.ta the question
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riders will b.hehl at Gaine.-ville po3t of-
fice oil tle 23d (day of October, 1903,
coiiuutelicing at 9 o'clock a. si.
Applications for tilis examiinatiou tnmust
be made on United I states Civil Service
Comimiissioni blanks, forin No. iut. Such
,launks call he obtained from the uitider-
lo; ted.
:\ppfli-lli,'iis \ill not bie accept l un-
les%- rccei\ve I by the Io',lrd by the hour of
closing blnlsieus on Q0 tober 17, 19)3
I'l refore all persons desiring examinaa-
.tli anhouhi secure blinks and fill then
oult ,t ocae, in orler to allow tiuie for
a:n tlices-s.rv cCorrections.
W T':_ W-AT'RHS,
,',v Bholllrl of Elxaiminers, (Gainesv3lle,


Capt Hampton Talks.
Capt. V. Illanptoii, a popular A. C
I,. railroad conductor with Ihone and
liealdquarll ters at Iake City, and who is
well anil fiavorahly kanownl in this city,
was iln tGiiiesville yesterday, asd to the
editor of The Star lie said : "Gainesv:lle
did well when she cast a majority of 48
votes against licensing saloons, but in
Lake City we went you three better-
-Lke City s dry majority was 51.i"
"But Captaiu," said the editor, "the
saloont tnei are tiever willing to give up,
and they Aill probably fight, so what are
3 ou people going to do over there?" "' We
have given them till October Ist to close
out," said Capt. Hlattpton, "altd every
one who attempts to sell liquor in Co-
lumnbia county after that date w:1 be
promptly arrested and dealt with accord-
iag to law; they cant run it over us in
Columbia; they may fight, but we'll hold
them in the load and point them
straight."

Road Machinery Arrived.
The last consignment of the recently
purchased road machinery arrived Satur-
day. This conisignment was a large one,
and followed ai smaller one which arrived
some time ago.
Road Constructor Day Edwards will
try the machinery, and it is hoped, and
believed that Alachua county will soon
have some fine rock roads ase a result of
the County Commissioners' action in
hiuying the nmachiiiery.
Now let's not expect too much all at
once, but give the machinery and its ma-
nipulators a fair trial. Let no one get
angry or impatient because the first piece
of road can not hIe constructed .at his
door, but encourage our commissioners
and let them know that their wisdom antd
good intentions are believed in by us all.

Horses and Mules.
I)o you want a fine horse or mun? If
so call at Thomnas' stables and select one
to suit you.
Mayor W. R. Thomas w.ll return from
Kentucky Thursday with a car load of
finest Kentucky stock. Come Friday or
Saturday, before the bet ones have been
disposed of, but if you can not get here
on either of those days come early next
week.


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Prulti the High Springs IH liet, ,ept. tS
Mrs. A. C, Carpenter,ail a t ailt of Mrs.
H. B. Shaw, died at the home of the lat
ter in this cit~' Saturday (evenling. Tile
deceased had been a widow folr several
years, aund since it, widowhood she shas
been making her home witli hert' niece.
Her death was very uniexpeeted. At
1:15 px ni. Saturday the ladty was ap-
parently as well as usual, and at tlat
time Mrs Shaw left for a visit to hert
hitisband in Dunnelloln, alid her aunt
died before 5 o'clock that afternoon.
Mlrs. Shaw was at once telegraphed for,
but the message was hookede" iln -the
I)unnellon 'office for some twelve'" or
thirteen hours before delivery, ill conise-
cquence of which Mr. and rs. Shaw dlid
trot arrive until several hours after the
burial ou Monday. The fitiseral services
were conducted M.Ionday morning by
Rev. G. J. Kennelly of the Methodist.
Church, and the remains were initerred
in the High Sptings cemetery
Clarence Barrs left Tuesday for,
Sewanee, Tenn., to attend College.
VMrs. S. D. Pitman aill Miss Cora
Whilden of Clark were in tile city one
day this week.
Misses Mamiie and Anna Barrs depart-
ed this week for the famous old Weselyanl
Female College in Macon, Ga. High
Springs regrets the absenuc. of two of her
lovliest girls.
Miss Susie Rice was the charming
hostess at a whisut party Tuesday even-
nlg. Quite a number were presieit AndIt
the evening was greatly enjoyed by all
present. The prizes were awarded ias
follows: Mrs. Cole, Messrs. Iholloway
and WilU1 Cole.

Relered FProm Prison.
Mrs; Royal Cook, who was last week
adjudged insane.by a coiurniitee appoint-
ed by Judge Mlason to examine her with
reference to her sanity, and who was put
in the county jail pending the arrival of
a guard from the asylum, has been re
leased, and is now being cared for at the
home of Moses Fdelsteimn.
A number of Gainesville ladles visited
Mrs. Cook at the jail, and after convers-
itig with her were of tlhe opinion that by
the proper kind of care she could be
brought around all right, aii they then
appeared before Judge Ilasonl atndi siu
ceedled in securing her release from
prison while thie attendant from the amy-
lum was being waited foi. The atten-
dant is expected to arrive at any time..

Jury Ilat.
The following is a list of jurors drawn
by the clerk of tile circuit court, to serve"
at the fall term, which convenes liere
Tuesday, (ictoler 6: B. M. Jennings, J.
M. Everett, Jan. M. Kite, i. M. Bryan,
J. E. Hayneswortlh, J. Watson, F. M.
Ramsey, Z. M. Sannders, 'A. L. Daught-
rey, J. A. King, II. C. Martin, J. P.
Henry, II. A. Thomas, Aaron Jones. G.
W. Brumley, A. L. Webb, W. C. Kin-
caid, L. C. Gracy, C. A. Gaasett, J. II.
Martin, Malcom Knight, Henry Pletcher,
J, C. Newberry, S. M. Mixmon, S. M.
lflich, J. D. L. Polk, T. E. McDonald,
S. D. McDonald, Geo. L. Taylor, J. I.
Williains.


%^& For Sherlff.
To the Voters of Alachua county y :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
E for the office of Sherlff, sabject to the
i action of the netL-DeImocrtle primary.
it eltd I pro mad to -diaef tp e
a tlea of tohe c e to thv t olr)mt
ability, and I. solIct the support Ief aI
votes Ia tbeol -,
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about, the openinigs, etc. later.

Jno. Aleck Fined
A. Clhrihostoutidhes (Juo. Aleck) wai
yesterday fined $lo by His Honor Judge
C(:olman or selling fruit on Sunday, He
gave I bou atd appealed the case to the
ciretuit court.

W. W. Iope has returned from a v:slt
to hustling Alachua.
W, T, McLeindon of Alatchua spent
last niglt in the city
Have your clothing elennted At Owen
Lloyd's D)ye Works. July 14, tf
C c. Deland and family, formerly of
Kirkwtvd, have retioved to this city.
Doc AdailHs, a prominent cietilen of
Windsor, was a business visitor to our
city Saturday.
W. R. Thomas will return frout Ken-
tucky Thursday, with a car load of fine
horses iand utlles:
Capt. C. A. Neal, one of the large phos-
phate operators in the mining section of
the county, was in the city Saturday.
F. M. Ratmecy, one of the cleverest
bachelors on the market, was in the city
Saturday from his home in Wacahoota.
1, W: Clark of High Springs Ipmased
through the'city Saturday en route to
Cyril, where lie has been called on busi -
ness.
Irehmh nicats, groceries altl vogetabhle
Call, send tile yopr orders r 'phone for
what you want, J. Itarrold, 'Phone
No. 25.
Tax Ariessor Colson apent Sunday
with his family at. Trenton. *-He expects
to bring his family here about the first of
October WelcoIne.
If yuo want inoney t buy a I hioo,
build lhontie, or pay off a mortgage,
or i contract for protablo livestlc ionl
nee Moyers .
J. II. nrator, one of Mcanopy'ls tnoit
iprosniient citizens, was a buirieiess visit-
or to the city Friday, and while here
subscribed for The Star.
FINF, COW PORt ALI.-A fine
Jersey cow with yousti calf for sale. In
quire at No. 8oo, East Depot Street,
(.GaIaieville.
Cole. BI. A. Thrasher and'J, W. Patton
returned Saturday from a few days out-
itng at Thrasher & Illleary'a hog ranch
onl an island ircar Cedar Key.
We have provided our stock within
things especially suitable for birthday
gifts. See our gifts before purchaaing
elsewhere. I,. C. Smith.
Mrs. LI. J. Wyatt left yesterday for
Sutherland, where she will take charge
of the girls' ,lormitory of the Florida
Seminary for the ensuing school year.
POP SAI.E. A beautiful soda fount,
In perfect order and very cheap. Any
one wishing a bargain should come to
Tle Star office and see this fount. tf.
lHon. W. G. Robinson hua returned
from an extended visit to hia old home,
Rhode Island. Mr. Robinson can not be
kept out of Florida when cotton begins
to come in.
FOR KENT.-Three large cool rooms
unfurnished i r light houmekeepng with
privilege of bath in 2oo feetof public
school. Mrs. R. -. Hall, 7oo Lt. Orange
Street.
I'rof. J. H. Fulks, former principal of
the Arcadia High School, hasu accepted
the principalship of the OalInsville
Graded and High School.--DSoto Coun-
ty Advertlser.
if your h ir i tbai Btry Ga-
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Co npay wauott to trae a' go 1od ia11o r
Caorg ra, w"|ila h re o, n r. started more than four months ago that THE :
orglu for asoood ibtuggy horse.lFor ltsr- S ure than
tliher particulars call oiu' A, .t. Reeder, StiAI -- n i j ou nl -si o nl
local manager,. 47 wotl court Street, ST AR appeared in the journalistic sky only
oGauineville, 'la. i ISeptim. for the p f shi
Maurice Artnow, formerly one of the or th purpose of shining onr a short temper-
cleverest and most popular employees lit a e campaign were mistaken. .
the post office ln this city, but now a rail-
roald poea, clerk, with headquarters, ini THE STAR: is the PEorPim 's paperi,
Jacksonville, spent t short .while with
relative ihereliast week. and will advocate such candidates for office
V.: II, Illgdua of Caluiesville, Is hold-
.:g dw, n first "trick In the dispatcher's as the editor conscientiously believes are the
lug dpw;i first "trick" In the dldpatche'sa .. y,
office while A. Crun is indisposed. people's best friends when principle, experi-
In the meauttine Mrs. Iligdo!n and child-
dren are visiting relatives at i ltdne, e,, ence and ability are all considered, and,
--Lrake.lan ,Su, dt. f tV. while friendly suggestions are always wel-.
D)r. L. W. boore,,ilitor of the lelorida
Chilstlan Advocate, has returned froU l a comedy, the policy of THE STAR will-be con-
trip to Nassatu county. Ife preached at t. e by s .
Calla a Suii uday nornitig,a aid delivered trolled ony y its editor and propietor
a tpltperance lecture at night, Nassa
will vote Ion the liquor quesliont next
mo nth, You Need It--
The union services last Sunday even-
ing were licd at the 'resbyterian (hurclh
andt Rev. J. lolley, llaptlst, preached Y u e T H A
the seritioa. The next and last uistmni You Need THE ST A '
service for the season, will be hold it the.
Baptist Church tiext tlunday evening,
and ev, T. 1'. lu ny, Ircebyteriuun, will I*F YOU favor our ideas-political and
pre b yor hors ad u n othlirwise-you will enjoy reading THE '
IDo iot'uty your horses anl( tnulog flow,
Swat awek or, te ays and call a STAR during the co ing campaign which
see the Siue lot of stpck that is now Iesig rlg co ing which
selc teld b Wy I.Y 'on who is utow is to be the greatest ever conducted in Flor-
i, tlhe stock niarketsa' making hia selec.
tiola. Notice tlhsae coluitlis for aix alt- I
nouncemcnt of thle arrival-of lThoma, ida, and if you differ with the editor, on polit-,-
stany people througliott Ala a d ical or other matters, you should read the
tMany people throughout t Aluhliua attd
adjoining counties will regret t, learn paper so that you can know where to hit him
that Dr. T. V. Thoina hali Bold interest
ln, aund retired frout tle T. 1-. Thotmiua and how to head him off.
lfard ware and ee Co. The DoctOr is too S ND US O E DOL AR and receive
live i business nmn, however, to sty ut SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive
of tIud.iinessf, and we shall expect to see for twelve months
liui'l bck itn active bUHtness very soo.n.
Mr. N. C. IPettit, formerly of Wildo,
this -owttty, butt ntow at No. lo (Oirinte, AA
Mexico City, send check to renew Ills *-
subscriptioii and wrtes: "The Star has il
been coiling, andt I wish it contituted," ,
etc. We are peaked to know that Mr.
Pettit, though now in far-off Mexico, Ihalt D. GODWIN, Editor,
not lost hil interest it Florida people anid ,
The rOGainesville, Florida.
Prof J, W. Widliiiuii will leave to-
ilight for Atlanlta. u atltetnl a tleeting of (ifd .%. K4'(.4C


tlhe direclors ol file Soliuthern ilucatioual
Association, and he requests the Star to
say that lie will be glad to hear from any
Florida teacher or the time asid place for
the next meeting of the Asioclation. Ad-
dress Prof. Widemani t thle Kiimball
Ilouse, Atlnlita.
L. I. IMciDontuld, for nitRny years con-
nected wiLh the McDonaldl Lumber Co.,
at I'aradise, and Inter with Kelley-Mc-
Donald Lumber Co., on Newnan's Lake,
has decided to return to his old home in
Tennese. lie left a few lays ago, and
Mrs. McDoouald will follow within the
next fuw days. Their friends In Alachua
county will regret to give them up.


Mr. C. W. Little, a former highly re-
spected citizen of thli county, but for
many years a citizen of I'laut City, aen
in the city Saturday and had bhisn Ianli
enrolled on our fast-growing iubslcriptimo
list. Mr. Little is a brother-ln-law of
Hon. W. A. Strickland. county DI)eo-
cratc executive committeenmn, and has
been spending a while with Mr. Stick.
land at his hospitable home at Para-
dime.


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wva.- never intredned that antagonistic SOfl OOOD AI)VICN.. Father Found. L. C. Gracy who, with his fapilw, bas *ilt* Nc 4 ..-, a. ,* .,t 4 4 4 lliI.t)I *:iM 4 t
rares should live together, and the only L.ast Moniilay a woman got off of the been spending a vacation in Tennessee, .
solution to the problem in ly opinion is Read t And Then Be t northbound Atlantic Coast l aine train at has ordered the STAR seut to High Sp'gs u .
eparaLion. Tie act that brought the Yourself.i Springs an dI left a two-year old Fla instead of Troy, Ten'e., as he ex- 'Ve '
black anll to ui, was for personal greed, The NMiln,-ii l.mrnii. airl IIliv Ree: .voiIt aaiud it, l, t l. oti ff at Jasjpr on Ple to le lhiite this week. S o r r
and the sufTering we are today undergo "Do not ei., ou ,',ge,.C Iel,, :inh. ,riultl rril here. "The conductor prestui- lFOR RI 1NT.-liou-,e in New Gaines- I Si- co ntosk n
ing is for ,wong,-lIoing in the past. There tural paler til, ,.lilt, l i6Vcy ..ds in ll edl .,m -oe o,,,ll lWe in wailing for the ill,. ,)hi roowtis, with hath room, fif- t re Con tantl r eo eiV-
is ito hope for the iegro outside of sepa- its colluinns WVatl i :lltt 1s thit little ,chap and take charge oi hi t. ht tee lacreh enctoi il. Tle-luartrao f a ing p-to- atc Shoesf
ration. Thete is iio haruoy, io pros- Publisher of in agrillurl Iipe lie was to istake ir te pre ise, ald t plly at tis olce. We ad Childre
petty for the white laboring class of the send a. druinu er for the s.ilooln Ilni thelie di ,ii, no one to who lie coulil conI. n l at tl fce. -W ome3 and Children, at p
' ut' outside of sepairation. If acrld precincts of your. haute Whis- fidig etoa M. e. Ilekard are prices and of the best makes.
tlereo is to he i separationll key, like other poisons, is seldom iteedtl- te yotll, he hilt i charge of joining over the arrival of their fivst-born o "
lthre ,iustbe s, siaie p r e, like the, should only be take operator Bro ho'at once assumed the which isa asfiieboy. He uarlve last night, e all
hdereforstile ,,,e sitaml uiplae pro-,d I- dk the rec sou d ifyateIrole of later fanuilias. Mr. Worley at lie and moth er are dwell, too 1W e

atigLrated wrhereby'tlis separation can he all. Do not take a bad paper because ila Mr. R an mployeS of J R Tutlc early yet to predict about ie p apa
trfc a R' h, isl emNonloye of J. R Tulotehr
perfected The goveruinent shold pro- is cheap. Nothing heap wich coine t ifa rtlr. Mr. .ss wR. KRev ). A. Cole of Ocala, presig l- l tt ti the adie
vide suitable atnd ample territory. TIhe like a thief in the Iight to corruptth title of the rfntsh i the ae as d n ow is of the Gainesville district, will preach i ,Br k a t a e
inducemient of individual freedom for the mniorals of your children, and rob your possession of his sot It appears th at the ilethodist Church in this city to- Ockport"and Mens
negro, and the personal opportunity of fireside of its joysaudn happiness. the mother of the clildwasa former wife orrow (Wenesday) evening, at 7:30 ea and "W' alk Over" grades.
an inudepelident life, is all that is neces. "This is not a temperance lecture;it of Mr. Rss, a he adopted this method o'clock. All are cordially invited to att
sary for a beginning. is only good horse-sense, hasel on te of sentl the boy to his father. "Alis ten M t d.
To recapitulate: 1 favor and stand by experience of the ages, and uttered long wellthat ends well."-Jasper News. WV. I. Godwin of Fatrfield, was in the 'I O. ,Y CLL,
the Kansas City platfoini. I amn opposed ago in thundering tones in that unalter- city yesterday en route to his home front 7
to iunpe. alisin congressional usurpation able law, "Whatsoever a iani sowetlh igh Springs, where lie spent Sunday 1 $haP and LeatE tfrf ilii l Fl
of power, corporate monopolies, political that shall lie also reap.' IIn this daty of flow Dlfferently lie Speaks. with Mrs, Godwin and the little 'uti, who i nBiBr i,
deception; aid favor ilgid enforcement contuierciuiisin and greed the saloo has (t Gaiiesville, Fla,, Sept. I8, 90o3. are speidiug i while with relatives
ot the laws against trusts, and the making spread its withleriig blight over tte cities Editor Str:-l fiud in the "Sdu" of there. IS > i- of te. m. 40 I of laws by which they can be controlled of the land, corrul)tivig the politicians, today the following: -"L J. BUirkl'lin All woieui lmost iiienarechutruied
if those we have now are inadequate. I as well as leading iito vice and wvicked- has returiled front Octcla, where the wet with a lillidtlotllie rlig. \We can show .I." ._ ,
favor a republic anld not .an empire, a guesss iiany of the flowers of womariilhood, a brief official btfilness trip iu the hi- you rllgs to tiuit all Itanl trou sauimple i /
separation of the white and black races, and it is now tr)itgp to wreck the hone rest of tlheKnights of Honor. lie say- ocautis fotl ehnogl to a ll igtt eit w s .lls %4%9
and a comnniissioner ot labor inl the cuabi. of tlhe farmer through lhis agricultural Oeala is on tl geiluinte Ioornl and all the 1,. C. Siutt.i .i .
net, selected fronttllhe ranks of labor. paper. uerchahl,s anld tusiiiess nien seeli to be I .ler cris Mlathleslont l retulred1 st even
In conclusion peiurit me to add, that if "Look your favorite fanlily paper over, perfectly co.lnteited How differently ing from High Slnings, where lie tilled
it should fall 'o my lot to represent the and if you find it flaullting ii yur face Mr. lurkhitu speaks of a sister town ati the lreLbyterian iullpit Suniday. We are
people of ilxe Second District, I shall, guady ads for cheap whiskey, order it her prosperity, to what lie does of the told that Mr. Matlesuol is getting to be
with the help of the people and the gutd- stopped. The publisher evidently thinks town froln whence hle derives his living. quite a favorite With tlle High1 Sprliigs
ance of litn who rules over all, fulfill more of the pay he gets for his business If (ainiesville is not so prosperous as people.
every pledge embodied in this platform than he does for the morals of your Lfai- Ocalan why does not Mr. JIurkhinl go to e rea unreal n the ost sk
to the best of niy ability. ily. Let him have his deoralizng ads, the latter plc. Ithas bee sa that it fit nanler It is better to have o. ch
Sincerely yours, and you read clean papers As we said is anl uaclea l bird which fouls its aown work well donet especially whes it costs- p bl e
R. D. MCDONAU4, in another paragraph, ads properly con- ,est. KIcKCHANISX. toi more ,athin inife ior work. We also FITIS PA P R is published i the inter
sidered are news, but there ire sonime carry a nic line of parusols anuud utibrel-
kinlds of news whice the farmer and hi s las at reasonable prices. L C.Sith. st of the Moral, Business al d political lns-
IMPORTANT TO SOME. family had better not read, and we thin Schools Opening. Mrs, Jio. Quinian nnd children, two e sts of Gainesville IAl hia Count d
Those Who Wish to be Mall Carriers a whiskey ad is one of thelm." -Seed. The Graded and High School, Prof. J. soIns1 andi two dauSghteFa, of-liigh springs tests of Gainesville
Should Read This. II. Fulks pltincipal, opened yesterday passed through the city atturdlay el Florida, and i he financial interests f it
A competitive examination under the IH SPRINOS NIWS. and aiat Florida Seminary, Profj.J, M. route to Hawthorn, where the eldest .0U .n ,. and
rules of the U. S Civil s service Conmml. Guilliti)s superiitendeut.,will open next and danuhtur were placed iua Mr. Uniat- editor and proprietor.
riles of the T. S Civil erviec Conis a Mrs. A C. Carpenter Dies Suddenly. i onday. The prospects for b1th schools er' school.
sio0, ofapplicaits for the grade, of car- -Other .appenhiis. -n,, 11 .ti .. .. ed.... ,o, ,.t. ....
...ppenigs 'ood and, we will. have rore'to ,, Wat- THOSE TWHO seei ed thinkwhenwe


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President Roosevelt Pardons

Two Alabamians.



JUDGE JONES INTERCEDED
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Federal Jurist Says Prisoncis are
Penitent and, In 1-is Opinion, the
Ends of Law Has Been
Reached,

Through the eKOCititvo (Itcl ner cy of
President Roosevelt twoi nti, c.l vi. t
ed of peonage in Alabamia nionoi
months ago walked our of tie ft-ihral
-prison at Atlanta. (a., early Weduiaes.
day aftcrtnoon as fro' n ien.
These two mnn were George D. and
Barancas F. Cor-,y, anld they wi-ro ar-
raigned In the feildral cour at f Mont-
gomory on Junei 30 last. Bothi plicnd
g illty and wore I-tI(:-('itid to as I' v a
year and a day in IUnTIlo Sumn' pric'lat,
In Atlanta.
The two Cobys. frnn the tinto of
their enlranct Into the prisni wcio
employed on thie farm as Inti were
familiar with surh work.
The word from Waihmiglon i that
their pardons had been i6ignl t liv
President Rooneveli camrno tr )ihm ait
tirely by surprisO. Warden Maia-vr in
person notifledl tlihc of the r :.-, lipt oi
the pardons. Thlie C ays, blirti strong,
emotlonlesR men, hoard the news itn
silence, thanltke the warden fi.r hit
kindness and at onro prtia-uoil ftiu
their departure. Early In Ih- after
noon they were fuirnlliod wi'h i-itl
zena' clothes anti infflclent ironuy ta
carry them to their homo In alta:man
The prisoners wore IndlltedJ trlgl.
nelly for holding I'lke warnnon In
peonage. They pleaded guilty at (he
earliest opportunity, and this fact opi
orated largely in securing their par
dons. Judge Jones, before whom they
were tried, also interested himself it
their behalf, anil wrote a personal let
ter to President Rooeevelt, asking liln
to free the two men.
Judge Jones stated In his letter tha
in his opinion the ends of the law had
been reached.
During the month of Juno mor
than eighty Indclotments against a nun
bar of Indlvldilns for violation of Lh
peonage law were returned by th
grand jury at Montgomery and sevo
al convictions wore secured, the sel
teanes Imposed ranging from the ml
Imum, one year, to the maximum, fiv
7,ars.
In his letter to the president Jud|
, Jones said In part.:
"The favorable recommnudatlti
now made proceeds on no doea tiiat t
sentences were unjust, ibut solely fro
the conviction that the punishment
ready undergone'by the prisoners ht
accomplished all the real hands of tl
law in these cases..
"The prisoners have undorgono ti
humiliation of imprisonment in tl
penitentiary, the sting of con loant
tion by their neighbors and assolate
and the wide pubitclt of tloeir offense
They have beoo separated tron tihe
families and have worn ctrlpoI. Tihe
sl no ground for believing that thl
will ever again, under any ,.ircul
stances, engage In like practices. Thi
attempted no defense, but ithlandl
guilty at the earliest opportunli f. The
were contrite and adlmltlod that thie
justly deserved punishmentt, hli r
form of offenders thIonIselvtr, o. far n
the law contniplanes,, has lion
completely effected liy the piinl timorn
"The question of paralon miny, Ihere
tore, be propiely consldlorn', anow
solely as regards its effect tron ith
admtinlstrlilon of Ju tlico and tl.. pItl
lie welfare. The law has boon tliuo
roughly vlidlcnatll. nan tfro evil ngnllir
which It was dirotced. in these con
munities, has hieen c(runplotoly clruslhot
Connivance with alio nmlisea of corrupt
nagist.rttes In tliat lornllly ln the oc
ercise of tlie powe-r to ltire nut offeon
era for payment of fin nand cuts o
conviction for smnnll and often shait
offenses, In order to reapn profit fo
their hirer, has been thoroungily ox,
posed and broken up. It has ntil It
hearty approbation of hlio grout nain
of the people in nil walkr. of lrfi. 'Th'
example has been all silliciont to iltc
others froun like oTfenses In tile ft
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ATLANTIC COAST STORM, .
p,..o... .Cream of News.j
Plays Disastrous Havon at Many Qream of Nev s.
Points Along Its Path-Scores of 1 4- 1,t r,1114t -1-IH.-I- .+.+- A
Vessels Wrecked and Lives Lost.
Brlif Summary of Most
A Philadelphia special says: The Irnportant Events
tropical storm, whicl arrtuc. tile coast 1 Each 'Day.
of the nilddie Atlantic states early
Wednesday morning. proved to be one -Mrs, John T. Grifin, charged with R
of the severest experienced Iin long the murder of her hilqband, lila been
,ime. It left death and destruction in carried back to Earititon, Ga., where
ts trall. Its greatest force ias felt she will be arraigned in P[utna.n sups. Dl
it the Delaware capes, and at tile IQw- rior court.
r part of the Nw Jersey cont. x -Judge John D. Estes, who Las won
r part of the Now aey Sx fame In Goorgia as soldier, jurist anI
Lives are known to have been lost and legislator, died early Wedneilay morn-
Ive seamen are nmlaing nd id re I- lag at his home in Galnesville.
loved to have been drowned. Three. gis i trial home la to be
uaslted and a two-mastedl ,honer3 -A girls' Indatrial home i lto be
unk at the Delawar to ieakwater and established at Thomasvllle, Ga. A slte "
bout a dozen coal barges also fouin has been donated for the purpose. :
lered In the vicinity of the Delawaro -The Alabama legislature Wodnes. a
'apos. All the way up the coat, and day paspod a bill paying the attorneys L
*specially at Ailantic City, hotels and for fighting the franchise Ysiti (leUt. fi
lther biilldingn unlTered severely from by the negro Giles.
he wind, which blew with hirnrlcano -The frequent escapes of pr,-.oners
orco. from lhe North Carolina ponltntiary
Thie cdge of the storm OTruck Phila' have led to the belief that prisoners
lelplila, hut did no great damage be- have beeoon given all. An investiga-
ondl crippling telegraph and telo tion Is in progress. (
lhrno ilin-es. -Reuben PIttII, tlie young t-achiir
A din;latch from Atlantic City, N. who killed a pupil near Inma'i. i. C..
I., says: Tlie storm which' struck tile faced the charge of murder before te i
New Jorsey coast early this morning court at Sparianburg Thursday
was one of tile severest experienced -Wille shooting at a h. Mrs. I
for a inng time. Tie wind blew with Loul aTIom no ensaco, la
hurricane force and while it lasted Li e y o daugner of
eti tip a a litrl of 10 ntillearit hour. killed a Young girl, te tiariugnaer of c
kept unp a speed of 10 nlileb nU hour. VI;ltam D.uglass, a near neighllibor.
'ho e.F"rm was terrifying to a do- g.
grco, but the diaman e was not as -Postal Inspector Erwin, inflicted
great as wrvr at first beliovo.l. A con- by the federal grand jury at Washlng-
oervatlve guRea places thai entire daum- lon, charged with conspiracy to de-
ago at r1i2.1100 or $311,m0 Thie Cleo- franud the government, has Iho?n ar.
graphic tad tillol,-iionce lines lirulliig rested at San Francisco.
oul of thet tliy 'are Ildwn, and the fact -George D. and Barancas F. Cos-by,
laint the eliy 'was ia u off of connection of Alabama, serving terms in tlaniita
with the outsileo world E-tarte-l? wild federal prison for peonage, ha'\ been
rurnors that lie great resort na;l been pardoned by the president.
ontlrely saw ept away. -A storm of intense force swept up
The first train in from lThllidelphia the Jersey coast Wednesday, doing
an, other lpolits brought down u.xclted considerable damage ai Atlantic City
relatives and friends who wo.o' anx- and other summer reoorla.
iouR after the welfare of their loved -Sir Thomas lipton is suffering
ones and whio found them well and with appendicitis at Chicago. P'hysl.
happy and tolling amusing stores clans hope an operation will 1iot ba
atout the freaks of the storm. necessary
Groat damage was (lone aloi ig o n a mn b e r
board walk, whore hloe ono.storvy ipavll- --Six masilkd men rob the a iank oe
ions suffered to a connldorable extent. Douglasvllle, in OklahommA, ol over
Reports received In Wilrnington, $5,000.
Delaware, groec the lower par nof the -Frost In Kansas, Nobraska and
state were to the effect that i :errlflc Iwa has done groat damage to the
storm of wind antl rain swept that ec. corn crop.
tion early Wednesday morning. The -The British government will give
steamer Pioldsborouglh, whit-h ,Ift Mil- cotton growing In the Brilllas; West
ton for I'hllitlolphin wir'r 5),t00 ias- Indies its utmost support.
kets of tomatoes, was forced to put -An insurgent band of 450 mron was
back upon reaching Delaware bay, and annihilated Wednesday by ino Turks
It is expetle d that the cargo will prove between Istll and Kratova.
a total loss. At Lwog tihe minoke
a otni lIss. At Lews rithe n Lack ofs the lown lighr nn.d power nand. of iBulgaria, h l a uiberrane'in
works was bhliuvn alitwn ua(l baovtrai-
lioutteS wron uirotifeti. passage from lis castle to tih river.
Throughout hie territory odlar Ithlrough which Ic eril arscapl bly water-
staclks wer'n blown away and corn should It become necianry.
ciroitP dluetryal. Outl)ntillding weio -Reports fro poliitis all over p.oulhi
daleonllualtlc d andl a unumber of houses wt-'t Geoarglinr Irt ludiae a t relnra.lldt)-ls
luroofed. loss to tlhoe cotton crop froni t(ie hla'vy
Up to a .late hour no cnanalties hod rains antd winds of thle pact fi'r dt:. .
boon reported. In many places ralltonals are among
._ the storm suffere-rs.
TILLMAN'8 VIEWS OF LYNCHING. -Moultrie, Ga., was vieltod by a cy-
--- clone Tuesday morning which cut a
Senator Delivers a Charaoteristio Ad. path Ihroughi the northern section of
dress on the Race Problem. the' city. No lIv"s wo-i'e lost. 1tri t i
.Plieal nlity for e .egr bolloved that thie property losa will
"Politlcal equality for the n tcgro reach $30,000.
means social equality, and social -The Alabama senate passol a va-
equality moans monagrllzatlon," was grancy law wlilch Is practically a -.
the rather seHnatiloil c iiirux of .~Sen- production of the Calvin law recen'-y
tor Tillinnrn's If luire on 1 rh. rna-o enacted by the GrorHgl loglthlalur ,
probln, na( A iar i0Sn, (Jt., W Inmaily ,the operation of whii-h hna, proillr -.
rlghi. suchi wdolRlrend aotlhflotlon.
"On the lync.iling (luiistioln, I declar -Fa ner, of
td whon goer'vcnor of Sollll Ctrollna -Flrmer rt, Nth Ciulin. W
a If ho e y arose wl lo c Norh Cnrl'inn. wan :,I-
a hand in lyui t nhl an bru o lr a t e, t leave thr, couty iI, whei cnnit .-:
and I ihavo nevor trkton it arL- url ga li ush arr-lra mnilis
"WVlH]n 1 negro rnpos a white wo.
un.lt whll eniC are aJound to kill ll.u mal. war on rhs i t rila-::
nit wlint diffcronco dotsa it nalco -nOu lo Roult and Mri ('. t, Oteas-
whetlher it is inirinletirely In I'tP Itot l'oy of Oznrl(, Alil, hll Irtl i olI Ju Ii
bloodnil of Inidlgn:tllrth, or the crohl blood RelI. formerly of (tilllni (;n: noi't
of tlih la;w?" t- llevo ln the rRatlirt.l r-l Itclil.
lit phittred a riling i'rl going Dr. I' ul Jon'est, r f Ciinni illir iifgli a long, iirntly wood will a ti- died while his birotlinr, ;ci;iralrn Illcrh
t'tr crouichlig In li i n C. Jnle. o s, wo, Ih' IIg Ihirled.
of iih l)arlii\ ,,v Ilnt i n tig i o') t'nalint o(I ---Thle ciEc s of (:t Gov(; .rnior Ta) lr,r.
thle lUior. ariid tloclared that if shlo ex Socretary of Fat I.' i dleytll anIl
wTore of his blood he would a IltLoHaand tJollau Powers. chlargRl lli cirniolle-
Ilinos rather soie fall Iroey to tlt tlger. ity In tIhe UG(olol mirlrdcr contsp'i i rv.
----- ---- wro allil at Friilfort, liy., Tues-
Mexican Congress Convenes. day anin cont(lnaed.


President DIaz road Iti aontl nr.1nn11
nleserago to congress at (lio opening
seasslon of Ihat body iJu Mexico Wed-
nesday eavoitl .


--A novemont itas ba,(n stanrletl it
Cltic-goo to call for volulniiers from
the ranks Iof Knighla Tl plnrars to gn
to Bulgnria and fight thil Turks.


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ASKS FOR PROTECTION. THREE WOMEN MURDERED. A warehouse company has boon or-
ga-nized at Haltimor to oinable south-
... ern plantlers to store theiolr cotton and
Chinese Minister Takes Notice of At. Skulls Were Crushed While Sleeping. eorrow money on i.t
tack on HI. People In Idaho, Farm Hand Su peated. -oDr. oGorgoy on i th, ani Dr.
The Ohinese minister called at the -Dr orgo I mth a Dr
T he ne minister called at t A Mfra. -I H. Pain, an aged woman,. L. P. Lane, of Sltllmore. (ia.. are tihe
state department Thursday and laid ler laughterr. rs. Willianms, and a defendants In a $20.,0v damage suit.
before Acting Seoretary Atle a ont 3c3-year.old daughter o(f Mrs. W'lllltnus for malpractice, filed at Saannnaah.
.munloatlon which hie haul tlaelvedwr urerednthirho oiI --Ixeitutnt picvalls ai Dawson.
from the Chinese consul general atwere mirdlere Al over h t ent preprvais n th a ne
San Franolcso detailing the iatt-ctr firm near Judson, Smith -onity, with which the tl.r otx t thie a't,.v
made on a number oi Chinese at 'rPTo. Kanem, Werdnscday night. ivod. by experiment, will yimoel .7,
opah, Idaho. The consul general re. A young farm hand named M.tnidloni cents to the pnn.
ported that the labor union of iht.t is suspectedtl of the nitirdtrs. Ito w' ---lPostnmanHr Gneral Ri Pa.no r-fits.s
ploae drove all the Chinese away an, i enamored of Mrs. Willianms, who was t produce the vapors called for It
that seven or olgat were severely tin- cooking a divorce froin her .rusliatnl id eaors. on Ithe ground Ihai It t oIll
kured, one an old man, bolng nearly and who had refused to marry bMand- be a lphlysical osilsslity, as, the ps.
killed. son. Madison has disappeared, pers are scattered over the country.
STORER RETIirNS TO POST., Irri-gthtn ,on-ueara: n con
E TO P MARYLAND DEMOCRATS ACT. v InI e.lniI -I al setn;i:t a -
Ambeasador to Austria-Hungary Calle liHo. I1Ttit TuesiutI-.
Upon Reevelt toayGod-Bye. Hold tate Convention In ialtimore S s. at C rrsil,,.
Upon Reesevelt to Say Gocd t oye,
Ambassador to Atustria llInnurv mIl- and Name a Full Ticket. (n.. ,,n-a.,s In a i>.'r..n:tl (I rictint -'
lamy Storer, ca11.-l i(.n Ihis Iar- i.le'nt The democrats of Marylan l held ili I'ostnm.:arv Al iin ii iit 1.ti n. i
at ystller Baefoy Tare tslty il hit, their state convention In tlalmniore. sit (f reniarlts iseb.l in s.uni. o(f MrN
farewelll before retaurnin:mg no hi i'hit.,. .tones' sern:ors. ii h Acirinaii c-,n.n
He said that he rega'rdd tIhe it1 Wednesday night and nominat;i the d i'eone' arans nto h i it A a .n
t'eroi applili, 10 to hin. ,
ol war between ulgarla a.nl T;'r,,ov following ticket: --Te s nl f
as imminent. Bulgaria, e nhb,,tl::hr. i "For governor, Edwin W'arfleld. ofr dath nf rresf.ient Mcin,'. rs tb
had nearly reached the linM I tc. iltur. Mow"ard county. d ervd by federal officials a-rtnl eotl Iw
ance. For state comptroller, Dr. Gordon ces at Philadelrni oaclals ihlt cities.
Atkinson, of Somerset county, ces at Philadelnhla and oth r clles.
NO VENUE FOR JE'sT. -The hearrig fror tIlh nlrripi:ini-int
o N 8TARKE HELD WITHOUT BAIL. of a n"Bw juge in plac or Jua .iun-t'|
.Motion Overruled and Prisroier Will be H W Townasnd to prcsido pat le Tllanlin
ried Inl Cyntha nr tnc Shot He Brothe-n-Law ta protect trial wa herd at psrtSlitanlrg S. C.
... Tried In Cynthana t Once. hot s818ater from Maltreatment: Chief Justice Pope reserverl nlis docis.
AJ ett Jelt for to, ,-r[ .. ..-,'iin ,. At Jacksonvllle, FJa.. W '.liiosrdly. ion.
.J itsbCooekrlll I Inorc-rl lin, i'r,.rin'l I J- Starko had his prelimninarl trirl -The strike of the luns-horemonrn
ant'i 'attorney Tune-dnv (,,; ,. i ,; te I on tihe charge of mtrdoring John An. at New Orleans has beca zlrought to
motion for a change of vinue. j gel and was held althout ball. The close, but the screwnmio have now
Aftue ) larily seven onltdlitoul wi. two men were brothra- in law ord lthe walked out. The loge-shoremailr were
Iiesea for the.doenIaunt. naIl to, f,,r evidence showed that Angel was shot offered the crewmen's work, but re-
the o mmonwebi lth Tuesday afternrin.n over the counter of the South;rn 'Ex. fused It.
Jgp( i a a Oa l1ed tihe mot.1ln0 lres', Company, tt.w hlich he wOe eash. -The bond of AuUst'- Maolo.tl,
-.*"o at -1h andl decided d er. Starke w&as lOrerly S atdaLor ot charged with attempt to .efrattR te,
Su tried lo C. be Jaoriso~lile. ,fth ,, KeTy ovterhaflt, ,haM, ba 4uereae frI .
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Educator for Statuary Hall.
A resolution was passed unanlmous&
iy by both houses of the legislature of
Alabanma Thursday naming the late
Drlr.J. I.. M Curry as one of the two
Inon to represent Alnalma in statuarv
,.ll. Iti 1tIt ntiitnal capitol. The oll c-r
ritllrc.-eln lalvi' has notr been selected.

Steamer and Depot Burned.
Firi Thii-sdlay night completely de-
E.;ro. vl ht- sltonmier Alma annd Ihe
fielghtt depoi orf the NorfolTt & South.
ern railroad at Elizn leh City, N. C.
entalling a lot3 estimated at $100,000.

MOB INVADES CHINATOWN.

Celestials In Tonopah, Idaho, are
Forced to Migrate Instanter.
A mob of twelve or fifteen men in-
'aded Chinatown at Tonopah. Idaho,
Thursday afternoon, and at the point
cf guns compelled a number of Chblna-
'esa to love town at once. Sever.h
who did not comply wore bndly beat ?n,
draggod to tho outskilrts of the town
and told to take the road to Sodaville.

TWO BOATS SOLD BY LIPTON.

But Sir Thomas Will Retain the De.
feated Shamrock III.
Shamrocks I and II. -the flrat two
uoats brought across the water by Sia
Thomas Lipton in his attempts to lift
the America's cup, are practically sold,
according to a otntement made by
'ohn Westwood, secretary to Sir
Thomas.
"Tho baronuet la loath to part With
hta newest boat." said-Mr. Weslwood,
'".t 'Will not dimpose of Shamrocks

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Iso Hamilton and Ritchie
Quit British Cabinet,


DESIGNATIONS ACCEPTED t
e

sagreemerut Over policy of Govern- C
ment Causes Breach-Action Will
Result In Return of Liberals
to Power.

A London special says: The reslg-
lion of Joseph Chamb. r ain as sec-
tary for the colonies; C. T. Ritchie,
Chancellor of the exchequer, and
ord George Hamilton, as secretary
ir India, were officially announced
hursday evening. King dward has
ecop'ed the resignations.
The official annouucemrnt of the re.
ignatins of Mr. Chambcr'iln and two
their members of the aldinot, which
aere announced by th- .Associatle
resi earlier In the day, was male
ate Tbtrsday night at Do'ir ng street
n the following communlt-atilon.
"The following ministers have offe"-
d their roslgnatlons, whlJ have bean
t'cepted by the king:
"Right Hon. Joseph Chamberli.n,
secretary for the colonies, Right Hon.
C. T. Ritchie, chancell-" of the ex-
-hequer, and Lord Georgi Ilauallton,
necroltry for India.
"Thr accompanying crrrcapondenor
passed between the pr'e:plier. RHlit
lion. A. J. Balfour, and Mi. C'hamb-r-
lain."
Then follows Mr. Chninberlain's, le'.-
ler, dated Birmingham, -spienmber 3.
cormmoncing: "My Dear I'ulifour," 'n
which lie eots forth his roiisons for his
relsgntitlon A feature of Ile letter
is the following siatemon concerning
a proforential tariff:
"For the pret :t, at i ny rate, a
prefoitatlal agrooment will our colJ-
nies Involving any new dtry, however
small. on nrticlsoa of food hitlierto u'i-
taxed, even If accompanied hiy a re.
duction of taxation on other arllcks,
rf fool equally universal 'n their co.i-
rumptlcn, would hI uenateptable it'
the majority of the conitituencici.
flowever much we may regret hle de-
cilson, howo\'er nmlstaken we my
think It, ino good governircin In a dcrn-
ocratic country can ignore It. I feel.
therl<.r\, that as an inimodiate pra.-
tical policy, the question of profor-
nceo to the colonies cannor be precs-
ed with any hope of siiecess at the
[.icsont time, although there is a very
strong 'cslinIg In favor iof thlie oI r
l,ratch of fsqcal reform "'hichl woull
rive fuller discretion to tio goverr.-
ricni In nc-gatinglng wtlli foreign coun-
tries for a fri-er exrhango o' conimodil.
t:es and which wonid enaitl' (,iir rept ?-
t.antatives to retallnte If no contcvslon
'Aas mado to ouir just doemanls.
"It, as I believe, you lsharl tliea--i
views. It seems to me tl.at you will
he anlmnoluely Jislinfed i'l adruplting
tnom na the pdlley of your rov( rnmont.
although It will nect,:asal't; y involve
bome changes In Its constllttiloil. As
secretary for the colonies during ine
last eight years, I have Lec-n In a spn
elal sense the rcpresentn:ilo of ilhi
I'ollyo of a closer ianlon whi.'t I firmni
ly btelicv to Ib, equally recoi -lrry in
thle iiteroets of Ihe colun.s andi oiur
selves."
Liberals Will Return to Power
'Tho irefllirtont aif ( olorinl St rcro
ry Chutanla)erl-'ln which procrlili ltr lC th.-
no.(t dlrnxininicr cr''lis nna l it.e llitltrcs'
I rn ty ntriagp',hl sint I, bi-" sore'sa ni n fr rn
C(: ilRtuaini'd hmuioe Iuil c nhI!ItCt \wan 11i
.tnown snl ti uIlnuIRpi lta'l :i l.nitott i t111-
til the ofli,-lal nnnonntent c'nt was is-
u-ue'T late Tlrur.ndan y night.
As ,0 I.h- r(t otrntrutctlorn of thlc- -abl-
nat- nor grtr Int-r'st i- excitelI, al-
ltonughli the political irnpilati -n are atl
lratly ltitiy ini.polintln A 'it'n Clhnnu-
bcrlialu hni ,c'luir of thin eachn'ihtacr.,
Ihe earl tf Srlliuoreo aa so rotary for
ttr colonlc.I :; c. ,i'-rcnir s I Is recog--
rimroda nA Ir.lt oS i ilble IIlut n-ii appeal t'
tIn crunniry can iae ir unli lonthger tlo-
';ryoi. nndil tio g icnernl opinion Is that
In tire pr,'si-nt :.hnIffi rcild ondllit ons of
thie uniiau t I mrtym tie ibrals will b-a
i'rtatlitriid It) iooweur.


HONORS LATE DR. CURRY.

Alabama Legislature Selects Noted


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eludrs: L'-To continue qui way ll, Pui..-
000; additional lands, $150,000.

An Enoch Arden Case.
When Thomas Grant, a mlllwright.
returned to Peneactla a few days
ago. after an absence of five years,
he fcund his wifl., whom he left
upon hil departure, married to an-
othor man. The astonishment of
Grant was not less than that of his
wife. who had been under the Im-
pression that he had dIl:l nearly
five years ago, and his appearranco at
her door was as though the dead had
come to life.
When Grant was informed of the
fact that his wife was tho wife of
another mnn he wan terribly disap-
polnted. and threatened lire thilnig.
biu when friends Informed hilm of
the tried finctr in the case his anger
ceased, and he l'cllde'l to allow WV.
G. Grant to clalni lher as his wife.
especially as Itwo cIllltlron ltl begin
boin to tthrn Fli io mnarriagoi. Mir-.
Crnit will entor a iilt for divorce
against her former husband, and 'io
will not opposo fI, Afterward she
will be legally married to W. G.
Grant.

The recent leglulanlre clothed tihe
University of Florlnd with the atl.
thorlty to In estlgate. treat and stamp
out comagloui s ldiesea among domes.
Ie animals In this state, giving them
nil the powers that the state 7ioard
of honlih has In Investigating and car-
Ingt for rninlanloal tilssesc' among thi
human farnlly. An loplir-ilc of gl.-.-
dern among the hIorr..i in Do BSro
county at anil near Zolio tnlli for
prompt acilnn. therefore Iho exLc-rl-
tiv. '-cruaim tleo o. the lhoinrild of tr11.s-
tees of rlim (Unliver.itof of Pl rlilda met
a few days ago to adopt rule, repilla-
lions antd ito llarmc plans for stamip-
Ing oult lioe Zolfo epilemc. Dr. C. i'.
Dawson. professor Cf veterlnary
science in the iinlverPsily was cnm-
ploycl as agent of thle Iboardi to carry
Into effort the provisions of thll re-
rntr ant.


The Turpentino Operators' Ar-oc-la-
tlon, which mot In annual convention
at Jacksonville tlohe past week, -lo-
nouncod the action of tith factors In
Savannah who are selling on private
terms and independent of Savannph
quotations. The convention provided
by the otlahlishmont of a tank tiud
wareliouao company with anks .,nd
warehoute3o at Fernandina., Jaclsoan
ville, Peinsacula, Muobil and New (r-
leanuf-. The recent acts, known as rhe
pure spirlis bills, passed by the last
sosslon of thu Florida anl Georgla
legislaiinros, wero commendled and tiio
states of Alabama, Missir-sippi and
Louislana ashlie to take lmilar ar-
tion. There were seven hundred dpole.
gaten prcrenr from lNorth and 1u tlh
Carolina. I.ouislana. Alabama, Gear-
gla and Florida.

Thie awamnp land cnlni lto a ptrlion
of property whichlrl is bc-n In litlga
ilon in tlie ahUnitel States ilanl ofieo ait
Onlnesville for nonrly a year, and
which hia require"l the services of
exports to adjusr, ias et: last been na-
judlcated. The locnl Innd office lhasa
rocoived from the general lind office
at Washington a letter which con-
ta.ns the innr rmatlnn Ihatn (f swamp
claim has been cancelled. This land,
which Is a I;ortion of Orange Lake,
sltinated in Mnrlon and Alachua coun-
lies. was songlht by v\'.'N. Camp to bti
tisant-.-! rr,'dI fri- t Itihe pl)s.-isqsilo of the
InlltIl St.italvt It o thI r.nt nu of -lonrld..,
int oriler that i night he p urrhaseod
an. I rnlincl. finr -:r'aling purI'tii. s.

At Ocnla. Innt [ridiay morning, Jim
PIliii'. I color l- was lih ngc il In tlih
roiini"t j:,ilh\nrl. In niero rdail nce wl1ih
IIa(t ':nrr'ant of lie govei -rnor. PuIlle
wins con\m i t'lil ai 1h t I.t-ent IspeOlI.
tornit of the circul couirl hiln for theo
pnilrD-o of rulingg Ibis one criso Ahbout
two nionihls Pgo he ctwnrnly murder
ed J D. 3l.irslsy, of I.t'von. creeping
rup from nmlniinli abnrly affer dusk
A)tnit .loi) persons lurilo aniid out sJf
liet JnilJrfaird wliIeCCPEod Ihe xt cullllon.
'olilo iirof'c-ssil- repentanre and rclfg.
loll


Florida State News.


lalneeville Offered a Match Factory. Bar Flremen Pr,,Un Union..
Gainesville is now promised anoth- The Intqtnational Ascoclatloh of
ir enterprise, which, if carried Chief Fire Engineers in session at
through, will be one of the best thin Atanc City, N J., recalled the paper
hat ever happened, not only for the Atlantc Cty, N. recaed the paer
city, but for the entire state. This submitted by Chief A. J. Harris, of
enterprise Is a match factory, and one Tampa, entitled "Should Firemen Be-
of the most modernly equipped In the come Members of Labor Unions,"
United States. Col. J. O. Antows Is which the board of directors shelved
a receipt of a letter from a New York on account o the severe attack on
conce-rn asking the, citizens of Gaines- union and t was spread upon the
ville to make them a proposition for minutes thereby gaining the approval
establishing a factory, The letter of the convention. Cilhef rIarris said:
states that they have obtained sam- "The moment the fireman becomes
pleb of woods from the forests' of T r nmonat, e ceaa to bec
AIachua county. and that a certain a labor unionist, he ceases to be a
Alachua county, and tat a certain true and trusted fireman. Consider
wood which was reported to grow the foreman bound by the strict rules
abundantly In the vicitlry had been of organzedundbor, the result Is horrl-
tsted, and would mako excellent a-ble to contemplate. Our hazard ex-
terial for matches. The wood is of a p c In Tamp taught IL th
straight and even grain, and burn p ce in Tampa taught all those
equally as well, if not better, than who watched the conflict with un-
eq wel bet, prejudiced eyes that the limit of lab.)r
white pine. that hold te unionism had been reached when It
The letter states the made and the E.is to enter the fire service. There
proper Inducement be made and the a why'the fireman
plant ersdlalshetd, the capacity of rho are many reasons why the fireman
plant esory abli thed, the capacity of be should not be uilohlzed. Politics in
factory a the boIglnnlsg would be dot a re department l bad enough, bat
less thetalloitlhalf-mIllion matches a afire department fi bad enough, )utt
Ie.E than a half.milllion matches a Inbor unonsm s Infinitely worse.
day, employing a force of fiFty men. y

'Cho roadbed for the extension of Estimates for Navy Yard Work.
the East Coast rallway'Is nearly com. A Washington dispalch says: Easi-
ploted to Perrlne, about two an.d a aitos, have boen siibmiited to Roar
half miles west of Cutler. The right Admiral Endlicoit. chief of the buireasi
of way has been cut pats Peters. The of yards and docks, for the Improve-
suirvey south from Mianil has not ments and expenditures at various
boon matto yet. Engineer W. J. nauy yards for the fiscal year ending
Krone, with his corps of Piurveyors, is June 30, 1905. 'hoBs relating to Flor-
now locating the drainage canals, Ida were as follows
from Black Point west. ItIs reported Pensacola, total. $2.545.515, waich
that as soorr as this world is complot- incildtda: Central powerhouse for de-
cod the surveying party will start apartment of yards and docks. $10-,-
south, marking out the permanent lo. 500; machinery for the ri.me, $115.-
cation of the road south irom Per. 000; shop and office building for the
rine. The roadbed from Miami ;o same $100.000; concrete and granite
Perrino runs nFime distance from the dry dock. $1.400.000: wharf anti vec-
bay and along the entire line nomes sols under repair, $185,000; quay wall,
are going up and other Improvcment.9 $100.0i)0.
are being mado. Key West. total, $375.570. which In-
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Russlan Monastery at Jerusalem 1has
been sacked by a Mohammedan mob
antl that all of tae monks thoro wero
murdered.

THE ALA3KAN COMMISSION.

Arrives in London and Is Prepared
for a Busy Meeting.
Secretary of War Elihu Root, er.
SSecretary of State John W. Foster,
Hannis Taylor .nd Judge John 'M.
Dicklnson arrived at l.iverpool on the
Celtic Sunday for the meetings of the
Alaskan boundary commission. Thev
wore recoiled by Mr. etherlck., is-
elstant Unlted States dispatch agc"t,
on behalf of the Amer!"an embasY.
The party went directly to London,.
The Canadlan commissioners are alMo
OB sand.

JUDGE FRANK GARY CHOSEN

To Preside Durinn Trial of J. 14. Tilf.


..ir.. ..ay. b-1 "-& wg v U.. .
h!ry,',!ays byaura- g ir'vtnur.e- t.. [' ras man In South Carolina
convicted o f he nialrdr of Jimnt e P B. Gary, of -A
ILams in Febrtar'y. 19( l i. Ills caso will q.Judge Frsnk b Gary, of .Abbevlll,
be considered by Ihe pardlning boarl, C., has been appointed to presild
which will niet in a few days. ver the court Iln exington, at whlrc
.j. H. Tlllman will be tried Montlnay tr
A Wa'hingunn dispatch says: The tihl assassination of N. G. Gonzales.
poalmas'er general hna orderc.l free The case of Tlllman will be one I
delivery to be estabLirhcd at Galnes te first called. There are over 500
vltle. Fla. witnesses.

IGNORE CIVIL COURTS.
DAMAGE PROBABLY OVERDPAW?-
Military at Cripple Creek Takes Ab.B Y
solute Control of District. Miidde lorda Not So Hard Hit s
At Cripple Creek, Colo., Mordtay, an First reportss Indicated.
attorney appeared before Judge Leels, It 1e believed now that the flit re-
in the district court and petitioned for ports which were received from the
writs of habeas corpus for strike load- middle section of Florida were greatly
era, who were arrested by the military exaggerated, and that the property
and held prlsqoers. Although martial loss from the recent stoam will not be
law hap not been declared, the nillitla a great a at first estimated.
officer have taken absolute control of The greatesL losses will be to he or-
the diatr.ct. and have utterly ignored -ango crop, and all, cropq iate reported
thecivil authorities. also to have ia4ear by ,the ri'n,
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KNIOHTS TO ENLIST



To Wage War, as in Days of

Old, Against' the Turk.



SLAUGHTER IS KEPT UP


Bashi.Bazouks, Aided by Turklsh and
Albanian Soldiers, Butcher Whole
Famllles In District of
a r LDecngrad. '


A Chicago special says A twntil.
eth century crusade against their an-
dent enemy, the Turl, sl being plan-
ned by Knights Templars, with tbe
Balkans In place 6f Palestine as the
field In thich' tney will protect Chris-
tians against the oppression of infl-
dels.
Prominent members of the order
are agitating the formation of a
league that will send regiments of
well tdrilld fighters to the aid of Bul-
garia and the crusades or the twelfth
century may have tnelr modern prtto.
type In a movement of the Templars
against the troops of the po:te. The
plan has received conslderatios hiy
the Chicago members of the organiza-
tion f6r some time.
lWith 5O.000 members under oath to
"be ready to go and fight the cnrmy
of Christ, evon to the death," It is
expected that an International interest
will be stirred in the movement andl
200,000 Knights from the Unitedl
states andi Europnn:may be massed In
Macedonia to fight against the sol-
diery of Turkey.
Among the 20,000 Knights Templars
in Chicago the outrages at Beirut
and Aldranople have revived the spir-
It that led to the formation of the or-
der some eight centuries ago. At the
recent convention at Peoria leading
members ot the organization discusseei
seriously the expediency of issuing a
call for volunteer regiments to be
sent to ieto scene of depradaions.
As yet tAe scheme Is not pertfleied,
but the general plan is to muster reg-
Iments of Templars and send them nio
enlist tinder tine Bulgarian govern-
ment

Calls Out Reserves.
Advicos cif 'reosday from Sofia, lul-
garla, state that the revolutionary
headquarters have received news of a
terrible situation at. Losengrad. The
whole district Is filled wrlt, Turkish
and Albanian troops and Bashi Ba-
zoul s.
Twelve villages have been burned-
anil over one hundred families have
been massacred.
Many of the women and girls cap-
tured have been sent to various ha-
rems.
About one hundred widows and or.
phans have arrived at the frontier vil-
lage of Tpokendgo from Losengrad.
A telegram from Burgas says the au-
thorilles of the town of Losengrad
have ordered the Bulgarian famiales
to be removed from the Greek dis-
tricts. The decree causes great fear
among the Bulgarians.
All th Elulgarian prisoners in the
town jail at Losengrad have been
killed by Mussulman prisoners, allied
by the prison guards.
No Important step is likely to be
Isken at the present critical Junclturo.
pending the arrival at tihe capital of
Prince Ferdilnand and a reply of the
powers or some intimation from them
in response to Bualgaria's note.
Th, air in Sofla Is flilcld w lli riumur
of monillzaillon. It is alleged that Illn
first three dicr:.lons oh the army, lhat'
Ing their centers at Plillllppopolls.
Sllvnac anil Sofia, have been cillc.d
out. In official carclc s I is l declar-id.
however, that the only step actitally
decided upon is tlhe summoning to
colors of til first tnreo divisions whio
rolfr i.,l ,rom the army during the last
thrao years. This will give a farfo
of sonic lO.n)0 men wiho will lie chll'f-
ly employed In strengthening the
troops along the frontier.

Russian Monastery Sacked.
A dispatch to the Berlin Tagehlalt
from' ConstantinoDle reports that the


A rovinrltnble roeunlon of two nole.l
confeilorato and federal soldiers.
brothere, Iocl( place at l.ynn, Mass..
a few days ago, at the home of their
sister, Mrs G. It. Jacobs. Generul
W. It. Jewell, rlte C. S. A. of Orlando,
met for the first time in many years
lei. hruther. Colonel W D. Jowell, late
of the ITnIlol States army, and whose
home is In Omnha. Nebr. General
Jewell was at Vicksburg at the out-
break of the c-lvl war, and entered
the confdlerato servki-e His brother
was an equally brave soldier In the
First Massachusetts regiment.

Leroy Braudorr the editor of The
West Hillsboro Pre.ss. at Cloirwater.
was rnllhod one nlaghi recontlv of
$25n lie 1hrd hen orn'r to Tampa to
collect a draft, arnil if-irnedl upon a
night train. Upon retiring, ht Inlad
his trousers on a hair at the fj-t of
his bild. nndl the thief either enaorrdl
his room or rcachied In at the window
with a cane, and In this way secured
the trousers anil tie money. The gar-
ment.. were left on the porch.

Archie ColngtoSn. a negr who was
in han l hipen htigcl nt JackrF-nville,
last Fr',:ay wnq pivtn a rosnirl Ior


Tlii areoil soir lion nl Stclson IUn1-
rer' lly Iltint lihreironcil at one tinio
lo get Into stale pollilllcs. now bils
lair it I )c s c:ll I tuitrliv., and the row
Io,'rwor n .lilllonalro .1. 11. Stelson. tIho
wtraihy PlIilnadelplian., who did so
nir-li for Delandl. and his oldl
friend. Dr Forbes., Ie quietly hushodi
uip For wvrklsa papt miital frion Is
hive btcin nt worked and It ItF now te
portel Ihni all will be settled. It I9
sildt Pr. F'lrlacs will withdraw his nau-
inc-ionls IIIbl taits,P nggregating over
a million, Ihat hie Instituted against
Mr. nml Mrs Stetson, and the other
nia3(-ltter ill be allowed to slumber.

.thlli l An ,g-ll. \lih n vis F-lio by his
lirothri I: lanw. .. r Sinrhe. at .Inack-
"':vlll, "n frw ilnav n' no. ldiedr of his
ii'utanis. Trh~. Stutonlliern ExprtRs Coot.
urin.v'. liy r ilnnm Angell ihad lhoon em-
il.iy--tl, hnas Pl o riIir-l Major St. C(lair
.lraniiin; t nail trhe late In tlhi prose
riutlon nnl intend to push the caRe
Ito soi' f Strirkn can can be punished.

Letlters patent have been granted
Incorpor. ;ing t he MerrlllStcve'ns Com-
p:any, at Jacksonville. with a capital
siocki of $Str.Oni). The company will
nimnelina.ely proceed with the Iuilding
fit Its n w docks. Contracts for the
prelinrlnlry work have already beeos
lot. and lho work will bhi pushed 'o
completion ns rapidly as possible. The
lirlns for Ino laIg new marine railway
which Is to ihe erected by the Merrill-
Slevens Engincering Company are cx-
tellive.

NO MILLION-DOLLAR DEPOT.

Atlanta's New Train Shed Will Cost
In Neighborhood of $350,000.
It Is learned from an authoritative
rsurce that the cost of the new depot
structure for Atlanta, Ga.. on which
b'ds were recently submitted will be.
1as than $330,000. The exact figures
cannot be given out yet, because no
tdefnite 'concluiloli has been reacbail
as to whom the contract will be award-
ed, but thli will be done within the
next day or two.





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THE FRIEND T THAT ARETRUE-


,.. .
fl a Pslra lem to twirl for it space amiss
I ~ lo thtolng or other goes wrong
% tberet4 fals ty In a sweethl t's kiss
Ura dilSord In a soug;
I'alI alaed s1 tustolLea., thie nar Is strilt,,
Ad theo aimnophurt's fill ,or rui.
Thbre's a naysT aL h'li',llu ly s.l io Lnmi tIou-
The faIthL oft tl Irlnjuil tilht nro ti i !
Ohthi world is wide nnl the world I flr,
A we wtrry it. maz,,s through, .
But Ilhoru' nothing s ), tweet encolulterul
A, l: t, e luithl' o f nds the f at aro true.
1 the swlrl of e vents.proeulds too faLst
For a oaorace tllat's node too strong.
And the crass of the wlhels and muito "e
the plrts
V' eopt tie Ill onrl lu ithe Q ongi
'' the hihtleaiu Ir,,rllt fuor'whkli i0tit strlvo
tHa denlu.l Its piharo t, -r)l mu-
Why, aOct up and ttinnk the L6rd you're

A'd 1hi hve sbmo friends that are true.
Ob, the world Is wide and the world las"dear,
S And we have to wcTry It Ihrough,'
Y]i thore's nothing so eWeict tonoomntred
A e lre
As. thi fal;l of ibo friends that are true.


1I the frenus of Fully hrvo a t heir snares,
Aud Ilu wit, sityn, nil |lof loii;--
If yuu' vi' aown' )olr who t ald garnered
And lthr'iv ',r a-r a fir!eo o110 In ID hu song;
It ihi. iii I. it il ,|l sate( loom gray
An I lilm !' It ,rlil t- i-ft an ,Iln-
W1j1', it'.1 I, 11 ti u An toeuiti'ay
'l thu hart of ia fri d tnb tba true.
Oh, thi world ls wlde and the world sl
Krand,
4Aid ltheru's little or notlhlng now,
But lts sweet st thing is tbo grip of tbo
lilh d .
Of the friend that's trled and true.
It the stress of tlnHlltlius trikes too sore,
A.dtl vuns nare awry tand wrong
Ani there ever arrlvcs one eudgellng
,tore-
One loto false note In Llfe's song;
It t.li0 hraln is.stelvdy, tho hlart all 4toU11
And ready to dtirnnrlnd do--
Wiy, thlt Is t thtitto hasiten out
Andlr conifor with a friend that's true.
Oh, thl world ii rr nld tho world is broad,
And f nrelds are all too tq w,
tut tllt s'Wrot.ejt b''s.ltng earth can afford
5Is th Itait h 01 ii c fl d ibAt'i true,
O-Ctlogeo Intor-Ocean.


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--The Grecian King r

4 and the )

M w v v "Vw ewyr Pgr Mwo 1V 2 9"wwv w w w w w
That iMlicky thu Urcck, il wr'ai nuscd tIl klnow out III Knliasia1 ,I (I Ii ,
IGug of Persla, one,, Ijninllril Intlo II grand vtizlr."
when ho turnried dow\ i tli:it Ir I) ii- "\'What di d ti h l li,:t nI i I Fkatle
ban or Reaben-i- guess it was Heieiii, do'?" the kI ll: ankicl
froui the Joblt Ihi. p ,i)t ill t hliili oll "'t.' IL11, I hl Illg tiriiit Ihu', youiJig
who did hin so iium.li egloutil w ie ii Ii in ur i
had the leprosy. poln, i oe.r rV i lay 1 iih vI hlt r il all1
The Greoit ling hald leplosy so tall thi ltni, ani i ll ty wiit- t kiff ai.
that they wouldn't have him at ti tht tiur ni f ""It I I lki s t ff Ii 1I(nI.
pest house. II, l dIlou. d at ('nl.Irbl a Io O tII. '- lltl; i 11en tii d
and everywhiero aln l had l all kinir of 1 ;o I i. 1 hi t 11 iio l 'V It lI i It itrl(
was.Y ]l mill ., l~\ n (I V. l l i
doctors, anti heyn all gavt in ip. n Tl I t I s it a iy lt allt Ilot hi i h
t a i th c u r a Pl IP ,, a n d V l y h iyo-i i h- 1 1 i l il hl ] IAh i lii t p1 l l t, 1
took a whiz at hinm; but thy coIIldiitt l it lrum ing ii lit It i ilen I ,iu yell-
tqtnir h hln. and they all quit hlni told ng f r' l11t i iill t k:il li llti ltli into
and pulled their freight I'.r iholn"o. Then a goo i 1I l iIn I ii *.it liw i Itt 1 1I l g
they fetclie i oui iDr. Iulan- -ni. )o ll- Iti 4u-nT. '[it3 gin 11 1t -lit', t 1
ban--just to oene hl ninud and niakc u l augher of an utdien king.
him die casHy. lau.ilhckir a an tihlultinl lttug x?
Dugn n wl as all right for a doeo1r: p no F ait. l.' law n iLr alr I -
he'd stidlell niedl, l11i in (lir.Cl. I'er- tl se toi 1 il l hi u l ie'llt lic.i l Il g
Blan. Turkish, ('Clt .ll. A lr lban, Ior- lio1 ick lt rde l il hat gI ts' s
uliglese. Latlln, S 'lac. H epllrw, antil- altil bick lon rlff, aulnit ll tih li s l, hal
oh, yes. IrlIh, nid lie had a new sIy- ad ,l and It waa a I g 'i
tem. See? ilu'iii. 0:'Il, lid 11lte I tt'la.' a t lo II l n ti.,
'ell, when he Ilnrat-il In, the gran-i behind him di n til itrt,. ilfo rliti' t t it.
vizier said: "Retuben. IL.i-i oon, I'v, bie ad lta.hey nrou'lii'-l it l hI)tito(.n-
wtalling- arid hn ihy dr', hl],,tlll t1ii ItI iirtl)tn-
wal l min o hlo\\n hIt1 lIIe PO f, i g l o iff and went l 1-
''Ali, 'onl' off. \\'lit' Iho Lotshthe toli sI-, anhti] hliert il hnr s %i.', 't lni
Douban says. kilt, I hi. 1 ll:I i a lilTa yi il g tly
Then they skKIed hini on to hl fOr i30l" dinner-i1 f a ,Il anId th,
Greek nobletl antd hIi' -alI hle ,outld a lit of his sai, '( 'il ll, i 'nilna.'
fix tho leprosy nasy. lho cl.nldil a (ri l hen itf rtrlii l his i, n l nIoi' s thatl
q ie0 m nll w ll llt, W l i 11 h a ll e Ii h1 1 u1 ( o *I ii% A l it hi'' fitil' n lit l II
of his grip, and lie filled (i le Illo i w ll 1o t if h -l-',' '. anllllil Ie tilll ,l
w ith m edlillle. 'liti.. t lie a l to the ; is A l tl it it lli i i ,h I ilil lon
hing:i h i r l IIt h I- lii hi IIl w liiih l(a.tnn killlln
"Here. Take thils andili F; ilny t(I,- tl illt I,,n ti '.', i t ) ig lillii g,'t (st,
qnet. W hen you got a 1l,ti Lon. qriilt and ih l ilnnlillc,.4 hl,',l li i llnkjiing w ill
and take a batlh It will lio yil ,guli, ir', i,g nr.TF tl Ih, kiiig lill Ihi ei aiin
(ot rubbed down llit n a:id ELo ILto b.I1 kartli, t hin J iuip l anil d bltiiithe i righil
Toiuorrow you'lll 1) 0 K. ,f.
Hie Grteet llinghltis plnty'd the ilI. \Now, jia I \a ant to s y it inni I'm
an f the next dai Ihira was nuo Ir'[i- wateiling Iills gain il' r i on loiiserlI Ihlan
rosy In that county. il e h-I .l s kin 11.1 li liis min ik IIIIgua s itir,,lnIi ni.
like a 2-year-old, and lil tioci be- ni.t3 ilikt in next wiiik, anid the.i It'll
gan to grow out Ugaii, and lie tell 11, nil off willth y'i "
good. \V,,Il. Ihii Grrit ,. tillm; wia- ihy on
W ell, h6 wanteil to do .en 'i' iigh i'I t n-l nAIlituAilly. ni, i I.ling ur1i ,. Px-
D iugan. Soo lie nindo hin n favo'i'tti 1- 0iplt ilie :-e I in tli n ir-11 d1 r 'il l i. inl Ih
gave him four thoituiand il plinl- evoly i aid: \W oIl. 1 .,i<. ti]'r. right I
day and a seat at hi. own l tll,,. iil don't nri'd liiiaii anl.' Iiig,,r alny way.
gave him a fino dillc robie c'v ri y llgil. unil It'll h 1b ,1 1t usi wl I tl kill hii."
and helped! him plitt it 0,i. nitdl hilt.' I S 1 I,, -' ,:itl "lor itil ,in '.il Ili t.i ilngint
him on the buli -k I 't bef, lliO i tl w hlll pui.. t..il. ,l ii !) Ip iht n It 'I .1, :-lii. 1 -11i-
and said lie was h lt h- l _,' i 1i ,. i' i.I'11 yo.I )l .11V: y I li1. ill hell
o v e r f r i "


That was nice fur l g 'ltan. litil ll:'r,,
was a Jenloiin t l -l i-f ri glr.t.I i. Ir
around there, and iv 111.' IIIIt l-" :'I, '
Dugan get hld ftouir I h' iliI nl s lil..- I n -i
tho paying tollo r It ieaui l It riif hrii
li-k. So lie gri s I' l. -ig ith it'i quilt
and tells laim l Ies \i-aP iiing hliis iiuI :'.'
on Dugan.
"What are you giving u-"'" lth It il,
said.
S"Well, I'm gi'rinf you lhi ," li t iG
V. said. '"fThat katco I a aild os i.
lie never left In',.an i .-nd i ct.n ii- hi-t''
for his health, nior i lil'k itup a I-'
plun s. lie's here to i'. 3' youi."
"Say, what's ihe lllaltfr wlili yo'i? I
think you'i''e full oif prun(.n," tlio kling
sald. "If lie 'aiifir I do liu". I, liv
didn't lie leaveo iii with the ltlp,)rosy
when I had It? I hind plenty of it.
and It nearly hall ini fixed; I'd hlav'
been dead by July. If he wvnlimi l i,)
get me, he wouldn't have (turiel nite Il.
'would lie?"
"But you'll brealt out naaln." Ili-t
main slate said. "That curre lucili'l
last."
"Oh, I don't know. Yol'l'e dlown oni
this gty, and you're trying to go hlini
fixed like the married \wulnan did thel
parrot," said the king.
"How is that?" the G. V. asked.
"Well, there was a traveling mtran
who left a parrot to wa;ni-h hiii Ilf' "
curves, and the parr-it told him nho', t
her going to dr.nt .Ql while lier %na:l rn,"
and he called ]iu:r itkwn. Thle (.lni.o
thought one of the i-nrvnlns hall -pi ulr"
aleak. BUL shinI luribied it wa tihe
parrot. So onto night wlen (he ll' lim-
mer was out of lown. spli halinl ili
coachman work a rcoffe-iill unider !i,'
parrot's cage and the chamfrrm".l1
sprlnklo. him with water and the (no .
tatyn flaBhil kt~ n him with a mirror
aid aranM andi they. It lt that ilr-
cus up about ba!f the n.glit Tlhau wa
to fool his birdlel a little.
"The next day Lhe drummer asked
the parrot. 'Well, what hihipeon.ld IlasI
night?' and the parrot said. "Thi re vas
Just a peach of a storm. It rained anil
thundered for further orders. and llht
lightning kept me awakeo tll moin-
eg.'
"Well- the drummer knew that mwas
a shine, andl he concluded the parrot
was a big liar frona the beginning; so
he wrung his neck and threw him Inlo
the alley. 3But he found nut after-
ward from Ihe neighbo-rs that the par-
rot was all right. I don't propose to
have-you skin me that way," the king
said.
Buit Lhe grand vizier wasn't side-
tracked by that. Nit. lie Frld, "Oh,
well, a parrot isn't much, and I don't
believe that guy wore crepe very long
for his. But suppostng this mark Du-
Pixa to all ilght, what's killing a dor-
tbr: I'6a're a&'lhign; you oughtn't to
-a d' ,l'tlUbcqe' AnywTY, this Ih on
aw ,a4 1210 crofktde you
."5, ,l .I'L klD 1
f. 6~t~~~si'br~r. .tf:..t .... ..... .


C i l" 6;I-I hlgr iti
I It It I'' 1 i tI -hI I L f '''- y 1 1 1iI
\\ ll, l ii l 1ii i I F t 'i l fri y- It i i iih
,asuII 1,"r." I. 1, Inig: l iI
II li w t IIu %I i'-. 1. lil ,I o I lll
IiV i I I I ,i t W in rl 1 :I ''
t\\ ,11." Ihn kiit u tlIt I 1 .I it I t i
(ni 'l ll tli l l \ i .1 h wk Illg A i grand(
t winlI bluff l ,t 11 h ult .1 :iaii l 'Iz -
a:t I i l l l : :Il liI r I. l .I i i i "ti h i l
.( i I 1 il l .h s I I -I l l ,. 4l l ,I I \ I o' -
I lllh',l lt I llll ',1 ,i1 II l1hl ll, -W

v .'li l n (. rk,,d ih,11 ; li,, '' r. Ili 11t h1 lil
,, ih Ihl. ;l\ i. '
I ll 'l\ ni lh, i-t.l n .-M I all1 I ili It hE -- .
away. II il ilia .ir',, k I'ilig %a. i l S1 11
iI'n s ai i .li l. oI kol pl ying. "Nil.
Nil. I Ifi 'tl Ii-ni yo 1, a 11iilin iliy
Ilitio -rl'. A nip1lu whi Inl in i-ilo I',printiy
Ilk3' I I anll I ilrang 'routis." That klitg
wa.-: a lirdl
So Iihi. tilmln irtii ld,' Di )ii Fn lll anid tlel
is hnij -ls, pti li il llr.li nil Iii is lii 'c ,
aiil thi lliani w-lilt I i te got rpllr ).
'Tilin- litan i;it'lil il Iih i n ; undl h"
Taid i-) the king. Ihll i R ,n inltiiih" -;
I ttll iniething to t.Il .% t '." an ilt li
mlil fill, hun tiha h' li.l- ia l,.ok, that
was a wonder., anl a.-kltl him If Ihe
to.lsin d't go hon'.t and n;.akT Il will
anid leatveo It o lhim.
Vwhat'l; the tc I()Ik gotod Inil Ith
liln t wan t te lt ti know: al i l nt i uiii ii 1
lhln i t wain gar,' il V ai wihV ll,) t. l of
thllin s. liul lltl' i 0n -r, wn e l i ne fi'llTi
thekl mie.'ht 10 lil trIh kir0-n whl.rlP lih
i dl l l ie i l h' l l i f i fi l r I h "I
c h.l p p e ll li s Ir ,-11 o i ff. Ih k l if, v. 1 1i hl1
liirn to piari 'hr n and rpat; lin Ii ilv n.
ihp h al .I wonll an.-iwer any i< :lr.. n
lie 1ro il.i a .
(-eal i no'kiu W' 'ill, I'm ffr I hat
thook. then," the kiing sihld: and he1
en iI 1)igan honri- Io make hli will, and
Sfetlchld him It, t with lh-. lIhok Ithe
net day.
Well. fhe plish haid gI i on that sorie-
thtliig good woa.- rtalng, andt all the
Pmirs ntid grand] viAzlcrt awnl vl'-
prantdi and floor wallit r wero I herrk
whion DI),gan arrived.
Dngai wa lkePd up wPitht Ih i ltboo, andi
salidl "After my hlind'l off, pit It In a
basin andl open Ihe bool. The bloud i
st ip, and lllen yoi ca':n fire away with
your qPuellons. ]lit bhf,,ro yri givet
the ordIor to -carve me I want to eay
for Ihe last tlim -" that I n.-'mv r inpend el
to do a thing to you. fOn the Ipvel,
that's straight; and I think >oui olight
to drop this thing "
"Oh. you're too lale with Ihal liln
now," tho king atid. 'Il have lt take
your head off new, Jiust to hear I talak.
If there wasn't any other reason. You
don't suppose I'd mh this thing, do
you?"
Then his Joblots gave the order, and
they soaked Dugan with ihe axe, and
hlb head fell into the basin. They set
the head up. and tho king parked up
the book. The bleeding stopped, ahil
the head .opened one eye andti gave the
king a wink. It opleied yhe other eye
ad Old4 ..


Ifeiiry iltiloi' nged It inlt% -fi;r, whli
I I I % i ,>#1 e ll i l h ,.1 III s i hI I I I l lt i f A t l l l -
i run, Knn ihas %i \'r I-'n rlni a rallroa,.-
tlrini ; hli i,' vier if'ln a itrnl'lm, nir a
ilr il't I lrndlr; ihrl liir rr I ,'' 1 In i lll
a Ilkhe' r. li I rl linqm r r I ,-n miore ilhan
fw -IIe nilli's from lm i':c'. Iia tinever
int,teol liquor rxi rpi it rirt-lir in anti
haH I)ren on a itrertI cqr o inly t wie IIn
his lit". When fRolif'f tines tio ltown
he makes lth trip In lu I lin .:l In lthl
tnorning, gietl ing hofie in tlnie Io vtr
his fall i'T dinner. Thie .eld r Itoloff
and his tilon ha\av no womc-n folks, and
the young innn iroRun' lthe' aoinglr waHh-
Ing, ironing and hoitus ork igenrrally.

Among eriailn Afrlt an tllK-l. hilS-
ltandnri r nre n l p rrnilleil lo l'tok pillon
their wives. Thly li i' In hnis apart
antd only diring.lhy night nre they al-
lo wedt it vist theirlr ride. Thihs t us-
tom, whit lprevalls In the neighbor-
hood of Tin.eliut'sl). It 'qiuall-I In slng-
ularity ly that in vo'gi e at Ftla, where
wlveP never permit thelr liunlbands to
see ihem unveiled unIll three years
have elapiwd since lteir marriage. In
Sparta as l.i wo l. known. the Iius-
band was only nlile iso -elh the owxle-
ly of his wile by stealth nand under
cover of darkness. ai F.-Wss to be theo
case among the Turkomians of the
prePent day, on whom, scrmelltme for
the space of two years after marriage a
elmilar taboo Is laid.

When He Amounts to Osnethin.g.
A yomag iN an begins to' amonat to
something by the lo h leIsrn Uthtj
the old meu reallY Know a Ilittl, b t
Iry that. Limp le t Irl Itsigl uryi m
-4w York ,. .


" r% I %.Il I..v.%u .


mlt uriel' iui" oil sitiet-, iItlltr I la -, i liliciiitl Ill'
Iimt r 'e'lt.ur. gill t w' t i tilull1 .'s iii utu.ut

liit in il u Im Ianl-r. li, ~l' l illier 1. i e'iln m
IIII 1ti ri>,,,.rl. ilniil ( li, rrforl rlr wV i kri l
tlri ie i h le'i".p.lr i oI in i -I li- \ ri 'g ri'lighti
it\ u l '.l i el| ui. tlllllh't Itiillillien n ) uii l>' Ih|i||
i T Is I llvlr -sr |Il l 11c 1ti|I s -'i 11. 1Il|.
11i 0 piwe64r to 1 o1iniv e i| lit its


'"Well, what'll you have? Beeftteal
and oulons, veal cutlets breaded, live.'
and baeou-"
"llold on! Hold on!" the ling said
"V'a, (till I et tile page."
The pages were stuck togotlhor. a-
the king mnolstenpd hi lingers wllth tlli
tongue, anil beg.iu turning Ihemn over
one by one; and there's where he took
the trolley .for the bad lands. .
That book was fried In strychnine,
or rough on rats or something, andt
every. tine 'his roya. knocks put. his
finger .to his 'mouth he got a lIttle.
See? r
The head watched him with one ot
these oh-you'll-be-sorry grins, and
when he got over to page 'steen there
wasn't anything lthre.
'Moove on a little; I nmst hayo
missed the page," the head said.
So the" kng went on till he came to
page 23, and then he went into coil-
vulslons alnd pitched out of the throne
on his nut. At that Dugan's head
said:
"Hahah, haha! Now will you be
good? See what happens to these
flubduba of kings who think they can
blimp everybody off the road whenever
they feel like It? You put the IIos
leprosy ilotor tilt of bisinioss. all
right, oil mann. bill hat i'a y)or last
play, I giiss-. This will hio for you, I
1h11k."
VWell, Ih. kluk hing il 1r 5 pai.nis: Irl
t nir) Io O w lI;tl1. Ilss11 'ld his i 'li.
iinrd cTrol ke T''hn Ilh.g ii'' hend g'iv.
Ii,' piish a lr iire anld wonit out of ln:il-
1i'14 Thint wnta pri'oa. li. Charll?- -
Iro'n '.I.Lck Iirtlins Arabnian Nights,"
I \V. S-i l t. Co'ip.rlt-. l'.10 tiy
I ..rlt i T"l ni .r A C'o, I'ub lhitrs,


AN ODD FISH, THF-S.

It Beats the Famous Fake of Frank.
lin Institute.
A fi.'.h if ill'' Ritinil st' n HIpo't re sti
on a lhItt In t lie -iniiklln In olll u i e,
'.1i. 1114e il;' ulclplih;. It .'1 'i l It Is 2
1o ( I I11 tlMil iliCii(oiH 2 firA et while, anId
'!1lll.4 Ill n Ihtlwo oil tile pCi( ilplno Il'()ro-
Iril., filom 1a it T iSh li3 I t i'lie (ilIh- -i0n
litI ir, rlian S.moith Anierilan natives
prepared ani dilnpd a I'hllnielplila
lraioller witlh.
Exaiilnll l ig ithe f;il.e 41 h 1 yesterild y. a
ri"nll"tt liiok 1Uil old totk fromi hli
prl k'il. "I liitave he i in it.!dl, "nln a -
i'oniit i af u rr til ii ih lint niiiRt h;ive
Ib'e li siali-niilr l' I I i l11 l flhe ollr I.II-
rilotlil, ;. 1)41l hnial c.;iliglil ill' i ii 1 '
17;32 Iit fills. I'll i aitil vm i li -rh r h I sll do-
s il'lptlioI of It.' T'le r(.:'lillsl t thei'
rollt :
t was in 'lItno- as Fgr'rl na a nill-
dle-seil ildog. it\lhi i Eittimo llko n Iih g.
snnll eyeS, no i.alI. liut I two holes
iw l ri'o his i nrs lioniltl l-e ;: It tliai fninir
Il <-io like tFill e l i.t illt h Itnyl'' Ilting
i.4,ili ti'wal t |in It Il'nrli lant i.n d arld
Ii.i i ti. tandl ill ilthm \.y i' nil rtii nilt
niir d Iil:iio'w hltl i tl i ilo. 11 r. iin,' I' liing
IlIe liilla d i111n 1 ll t lo ir nlltil III r\ l'
pit r, of llt h io nsK.',. :nirlln4 Ilir n. Itog.
tlie \\lilln lir% lllo. h l yiii. I ni'l nF ld llign
lip-ipg e)\ltli % wlil ?s ttl-iT of n ihinilt o
b reoa l 1 llh, n rl r' thar nhiili inti il M i-i-lo e \\' e
hewed and laid iipon their with wtap-
onii, as If InPlI rfhAliliIl lbrat1 iinlit an
anilli. anl wlhiri we siroi k hlilm hi
iouiil hlitnivolf It a litiip n i tIll;ii lie y
liKh u i oun e li:all, 1,i n hit l lini alile
to JIli'll, where lie ],i.'liO l hlinvelf lW-
p- il', I i n r ,y :l ,:.,r i o'l ll W O\ W vitli A lly Ill
li'1rii l l n t i i rowi lh (f linn .I i.|cli' h lin
, alic. bU t. hiring hini a'.)ne iirl tii l
t.lalxnit. tt'it. lo t lliil hirtt a tin uimii liin
i niiirhinK h lli, tie (rijirii'l liiil >.,11' andi
raunn awu'ay, il I i; ihl ldlrfll'."

QUAINT AND CURIOUS.

The Mli.l lifn InslH i "ni rnianl W.1H
: 111I< I ill t l ll-n IIn I !1i8 iiwn l illn ilthe
In f7i1 ,. N lliln r Mn i .'... fi l

In S Inrnl nii f the w.t ilir i 'll t ni r l1
ilih ir .1' llibll i Itn lile i rte olf l' .14-l in inl





ItI I t itiilppo elil Iint l ithe inali'. litir-
rolii g t wlotl nit ri i l-illto dlth'. IIng ias
Afi-i ii Ii l.\ fot li i l I In i e li t'l i l tiiirr



llitv I lot l iyia irh e iii tomnie blrat nle i,




carriing: ownl rn e r-rlins uirndl lear d lwnii
Aii hmintlla fie e'iry f inl I rt o ,I | iyt Itof

l rry r lo n icI pay ii n l t f ntr Il i:y
reartln :n an l ro' e-rl ntio iinl La.r diwis




the end of nine or Ioni days the vi'-
tlnim ti(atli s his lIst.

A lcrorllng to the Alklnnacon (loi,


JACOB i.IIS

REPORTER
a .n d -

REFORMER

F tllny ric' h tlllit.I ottld ,t.trk
m .i tty with tna tUini goito
works as Jacob A. hlla linul
thrust tiponi Nw'tv 'tYork,
Swritc s I.hteoilt Steffnls, hsll
m. lniie> wtildh i imille]' good
aind .lliniiis lf gi''lltt; .ilo ln lttel1r ]I0 o, (
dt! id hi l" inie'y, tlt' nil' i would It It
phIhlthroI1ti,1pist.R it s is it 'tvliortl'or Tho
evils iho exposed .lit, i tlscovert't'id its ai
reporter; ius a' t'oporihtr he wr'inli niime's
hnteirts with thitni; a llt the r'oporl't
With tl s "riaMs "l t t >1 |li i- ndill fl ri-nl
city otllcinil tot. co'ilth 'I the rUforlns Ihe
siggestid or i lipri iil. ('ons(iter t(Ihose
reforlmsiit: It w-s its I 'lio oxplosed tlhe
contliillliutctd slntc of the c'ty'st watitcr
supplyli, nl t li bs l I' ightI Iabout t1he
puir riihase of the whole ('rotoll waiter-
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strip action of rentir toinlilits, anil this
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1nu it 'I w i''1 li l el tl<> c -l .(i' r'I(port'rl -l Atu r 3 i' lii n in ny oilther ni trolotliart
In N-.vtw York it i fitr a r (i t4riti I IIti llo'iw, blioro igh.
init. b'y' grill hiig1K th,.III wlil i WlI rVin 'l
|milly linul inlg'ini i tu lin IIiiM H Ie- i wri t |i n I
thimi Ifinlt hIil pIlr pidlern'.li'i in, i,.,: A New Major-Genera.l
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of ii hill un r ri giinilln If tlil linilMni't -
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dlellpir tIh li ny i litll iil falm I lty '
Iny hIls synllmllh iy. 1 i3lls f. cli ii u
mee' In "The likiti-g of til Alnivirl'nrin," .
Iinm Li'ai one hiIng strelrthi of tIinoth illoi l
excitelime int. Ti'J'l worl1l 11li. iluii. iill' 5' t14i F.. ,I
on hll tireildllltllh H- Iii It i 11Iii Illt r lln i o ''l A
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ings frllinnl lno exl esirlmtill II la1 It., thI 'y '
wenit (Tf, notti n's \wn1 nilet ii-n orf hilt s ,
tcnlmp-riiell llt. In wilrd dlhiliniti lotnPl (Ior '
laiy aernrmins, but Ili u ilon,.
Now liow hl llin w hi I lii-e vlitor-.
les?? Aln offrtr-lli' refornl'r In so runr s P
that 1l shlioiild lIn aonriiltedl for; n lioldl
expoillon l ff the. Futlthids bly whlll ... '/'
an oblJc'ur rdcporter Wrouight io Inrny .
reforms might make .uirsefl son!t of
the well-meaning mnetdlers wlho never 'J''
got anywirTff. I fear ot; ltl we vcr,
IUl. wan RMmpi* n Pgl4 rltllm ulU: tIll..
big. jolly.. 5MntfMIe0W Dais took hi tI
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1m Zebrule---
A Coming Mule.

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' lh irllhli.l'O i hyhirh.lrl His ei yorts havel
l lw lln Olw 'io ey lltll ihe 'xiirinai little
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Ili Alii l I n ill' w ihl ellIs tronger. itior0
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New Head of the Army.

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S I l iish ll.n oIl' Ilik priiilde ll d I II oI nfllovi
I elt' i eu11 "11 lie01' 111I lII t11 41lI' Q'I'lt t heti '
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tIh tiertil. iiriinil ii h I -li'i',tIli'n i'iplr will

Ite ih-i'il ilntt il I l s t|ih's. A l om, ill elh-'ollintil
oliv ril erlienit lit t li'icu dritp will
1u1i l 'll i tIiliire, 11 i'1ri'iiliL amount oC-
hilialite'H ll i ri ilo-iihu'-- ittJ u nn'adver-
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,riwrf. is a grami cPI, (111 nalk in. '%monfs,
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loving dteeud:
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tret" (heIe, t 14Altig 1 "t110111 i"oft1 110i
C'ortlInly oof Clarke, Of the- ofiter part:
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fire opei all dni y I all Fnllight, nll th
eVaPr rndUl," n r:ihl mnto to u. lin i
tlio 'third plaie, Ile played illi n mon
' sed -li1iii, i4ld woiuell, too, niil vhiik,
lihe Irechd -il piilled wires. In the
for1ll'h ipihif>,l h W1lt l tno strike wlliu
,thIe right Irn titrned up hot. "

Changeable Gun Stock.

Thae Alterea tio Suit Di'ffrent O n-
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Ikn nItill 01 on tsta danll rd Ili-', otli Itni41
im i'ith tl l, maino its liiotlio lt, dIt'st.lio the
fnit Illit li he 11 ine inakliug list of thorn
Wier> if vIriolu shlilpllOs nd(\ SIZes. lThlo

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Th nei Twie Star15 RIH HERE. Hon. R. D. McDonal of
'T "o n"illl TI Star, Since that Brake Callison convict Land, has announced his candidacy
SD. E. GODWIN, scrape of Alachua county has got for Congress Iron the Second Con- t
ditor ad Proprietor, into the newspapers it is about to greatoqut District, as will be seen I
r.."dltor and.Proprietor. develop into a. very Ugly mess. If
half that has baen told abo this by .his nnouncemnehi and platform
VEntered April 28, lai03. at ainmeavllle, diabolical butchery is true every in today's STAR. Mr. McDonald
pla., n second-class matter, nmler Act of one connected with it should wear iJA the third,Volusia county nian to
*"*. Congress of March 3, 1<79. the stripes the balance of theirdays. announce for Congress, and hi- an-
Where is Editor Godwin, the great ouncemert was doubtless n sur-
Published every Tuesday and Friday, moralist and reformer of the es-oucemet as doubtless astr- e
at $1.00 a year in advance. ville Star, that he Iet1 S ph crieS praise to nmany voters in the district. t
S5 Cents for Six Months, exist in his county. wI tk his con- He is a prominent business man of
: 5 Cents for Three Months. demnation? Is t, b l old man DeLand, and will no doubt have a
....... ..- ... .. Brake is inter,4 ,i'a liquor busi- good following in, that section of
'r ADVP.aTISINC Ravrs. ness in M idg Ille Oa?-Madi- the State. -
Local Readers iln brevere type, 5 cents son New sil tee. a.
a line for each insertion. Yes, the affair would develope In today's STAR appears a notice

e for dplay averiseens price tioninto vry gly mess" if other ed- of application for incorporation of
.... itors should go about the discus- the Gainesville Planing and Coffin
S Yo.ng men are often seen behind alone of it in as reckless a way as the Company. This is an enterprise
the bar, and soon thereafter behind New Enterprise editor has done, the promoters of which were once
the bars. but such is not likely to be the case. thinking of starting in Jacksonville,
You say if half that has been told but desiring to locate -in a town not
The Savannah Morning News is about this "diabolical butchery" is cursed by saloons, they settled on
for Senator Gorman for the Demo- true, etc. What butchery do you Gainesville as soon as Alachua
cratic nomination for President. have reference to? Do you aMsett county went dry, and the work on
that Brake's boy was "buehered" the factory buildings is now pro-
Volusia has only three candidates i Callison's camp?, 'If o y so, greasing nicely
for Congress (so far), but then Vo. and don't couch your language in
lusia is very modest, you know. insinuation and innuendo. "The names of Gorinan and
The Live Oak Democrat is not to If Editor Smith will read Mayor Cleveland," says the Savannah
be fooled into believing that any W. R. Thomas' letter replying to News, "are being mentioned in
Florida editor has been robbed of the Brake letter, which appeared in connection with the Democratic
$0 Fa recent issue of the Tampa Times presidential nomination ten times
and Ocala Banner, he might pos- where any other man's name is
Now let every friend of Stetson sibly change his opinion about Cal- mentioned once. In view of the
UJniversity rally to the support of lison. fact that Mr. Cleveland's nomina-
that most excellent instMtution of "Where is Editor Godwin the tion is practically an impossibility,
learning, great moralist and reformerfo the the situation has taken on a decide.
Gainesville Star." etc., says Editor edly Gorman aspect. He seems to
Jefferson c tSmith. Well, bless your soul, be gathering strength every day."
liquor question October 1, and then
another county will be added to the a crime had been committed in this Alachua county is as dry as a
Sdry column. c nc t1- bone and still Editor Godwin is not
dry olumn county as Editor Smith seems to entirely happy.-Ocala Daily Ban
A good way for sportsmen to think has been committed, he would 1er,.
keep Out of one kind of trouble is have denounced the crime in un- Right you are, Brother Harris
6. acquaint themselves with the measured terms, We are not entirely happy, but we
it4 .1,. .ae laws, and then obey 'em. The last question asked by Edi- are cheering up a little since Colum-
S' tor Smith is unkind, unjust and en- bla also went dry, and when
S Only six persons are now candi- tirely uncalled for, and if he is in. Marion goes dry we'll be so happy
dates for the office of sheriff in lined to transpose the first and sec- we'll.invite you to come to Gaines-
Hillsboroug county, but it is qud words of the sentence we are ville and taper off on good water.
thought that others may yet an- equally inclined to say it is abso.
:. nounce. lutely false, but believing Editor Nassau and H6lmes counties are

council is opened with prayer, and we will simply request him to read dry question, and we most earnest-
S. the Tampa Times thinks it would W. R. Thomas' reply to the Brake ly hope that they too, may throw
be a good rule for the Tampa solons letter, and our editorial leader in of the saloon yoke of bondage and
to adopt. Friday's STAR, and theu do a little be free. Five or six counties have
a: pt. weighing of statements,. voted dry majorities during the
It was talked here yesterday, present year, but it has been a long
'. among some of the knowing (?) DIFFRNC. time since the salmon people won a
ones, that the saloons would open le editor Stovall thinks it a hope- victory in Florida.
today. Wel, thtt s uost wa, a ndless case to make Hllaborough --4-
today. Well, now just wait, and dry county. Some of the people Intemperance consists not only
see if they open. of Alachua county thought the in drinking to intoxication, but
., deosame thing, but they were mistake.
S If blind tigers are found only in en.-Citrus County Chronicle. persons can lbe itemiperate in iny
dry counties the Tampa papers There is a difference. Alachua thing they do; they caln, anld manly
must be mistaken when they say has no foreign population. Nearly do, talk intemperately, u ld there is
,that Hillsborough is infested with one-half of Tampa's population is such a thing as inteniperate silence
those "varmints foreign; nine-tenths of that half It is no worse for us to say thamngm
-- favors saloons and nine-tenths of we should not say than it is to re
Francis Willard, Clara Barton that nine-teuths favors saloons open rain from saying things we should
and Hellen Gould, are three names on Sunday.- Tampa Tribune.
Well, Brother Stovall, will a lit- say.
? of women that will live in history te, th al. a o t W-....
as long as the names of Washing- tle m6re than one-half of Tampa's Editor Caldwell, of the Whitre
ton. Gladstone and Bismark will population, one-tenth of the re- Springs Herald continues to affirm
live. amainiug foreign population which that "so far as he has been ap-
is not charged with favoring sa- priced, there are only three news-
Now that Dr. Forbes has re- loons, and the population outside papers in the State supporting
signed, a wise move on his part," of Tampa, allow the nine-tenths of Stockton. There are several things
says the West PiXn Beach Tropical not quite one-half of Tampa's pop- about which Editor Caldwell seems
$un, Stetson should. mike a fresh ulation to have their own uudis- to be very poorly "appraised."
start with the very ighltest pros- puted evil way? According to -
|. pects for future success." your own figures, if the news- Now, gentlemen, be honest about
'' There is one more newspaper i papers are not with the nlue-tenths it, do you never violate the the law
Florida unsubsidized rt is the of the not quite one-half, Hills- when you go gunning for wild
S High Springs Hornet. It is sup- borough county could be carried game? If the game laws are uujust
porting J. N. C.-Ocala Banner. dry with but little trouble, they s':.,uld be repealed-or chang-
S Now just watch Brother Setzer Ig 'B 'PRAID. ed-but while they remain as they
go for Brother Harris. A brother editor has larnt some- are they should be obeyed.

S Florida school teachers have been thin', and be must be afraidd he'll B
having a pleasant time-most of git ketehed. Listen to the Ocala RI N G s s
them---enjoying their summer out- Banner's wail o' woe:
S wings, but the school season is here It is a -nice thing to know the Your Chickens, Eggs,
,again, and the teachers are getting laws, and it is a good thing that Vegetables, and in fact all
Sn t teachers are ge they were so extensively printed. kinds of Country Pro-
dow to work. We have discovered that every time __ dce.


rk S n a friend says to a friend, Let's
e Suwanee Democrat c have something," he subjects him- E A
out last week a twelve pager with self to heavy fines and penalties Highest Prices for Coun-
a large number of big advertise- You can't give away nor carry try Produce. and Sell as
meats. Brother Sherwood is get- about with yo within a ile of an Cheapas e ea t.
ting out a good paper, aid e voting precinct in Florida any spir Cheap as te C
ing out a good paper, and the ituous,.vinous nor malt liquors, '
business men of Live Oak appre- A L O N
elate it. The following from the Palmettou w
----- --News is a rather. sad commentary Us when you wntt St.
It is reported that an attempt on its city and town officials when ple and Fancy Groceries.
was recently made to rob a Florida we consider that it is published in I rS Give us a Trial.
editor. If the report is true the a "dry" county: "If those young OAINESVILLE ORQCERY CO.,
S would-be rob r sl rue e men who are in the habit of getting Oainesville, Fla.
S would-be robber shouhl be sent to beastly drunkevery Saturday night .---- .- -.
S the asylum for the insane; i. e., if and Sunday could only realize how
he knew the man lie tried to rob disgusting they appeared to other 8end Your LaundIl to
was an editor, people, they would feel like hiding THR
themselves as much as a week."
"The man who orders his paper Such things as this will not happen
3, stopped and then goes every week here.-Florida Index, Lake City. J Lar
; to borrow the copy lik neighbor Thbt' the way to talk it Brother

S pays for," says the Bartow Courier- Apleyard If the newspapers and
Informant, "is close kin to the fel- officials will do. their duty there J' R e, Proprietor,
low who takes the last piece of to- will be but little drunkenness and GAINESVILLE. FLA.
bacco from a blind nigger." rowdyisin in Lake City.
ury.. r .-- Ii Texas, Bowie county went dry Ifit i job printing you watt ust send
I your ordt to the ftar. it wllt have
hearty s said to have taken Agust 7, pshur and Casscoun- p atttion, and work an prices
Splatform, but this is a mis- ties went dry August 29, Concho will sit yon. tf
hns not taken," but en- county went dry (4 to 1) August
t i'T platform, and about 81, Cottle county went dry (by 3 to Hav you tried Gidd ng.' Hnai rower?
Stht hing 3ran. that Othert have tried il and pronoaced it
ta i$jtS .p n g arage; that 1) September 8, acogdoches, good. For sal .atS..B. Giddings' Drg
i", ut' Votrs are doing. Rains and' Brown counties went Stole, aI il R1 PPtofCe Drug.
aiotj : ,.plltform--and dry September I&, (ike rsnt named s H4lb 6pru w
ty will by 1,000 i the Una
besame dqy ,n t q
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mne well knIowii, sev'erani Ierlmio%.lellpi-uI
that they each signed the nIltnve aiilni l ue-
goiig propo.sedl Charter mI the nIJ.IIIICr
atd for tlie uset's anil m-iir[pi' .- ,as tint in
set forthl and ctuitainelll .
Taken and anck iowlcilged lI rfor,.r uimc in
this Ilthl dlay of AlugLust. A. I). 19(i1
[S IAI..'I 1 E. V \ ..
Notary l'ublic Stale of I-lorilt at
Large. My couinmission expires Novemu.
ber 9, 1903.


oiuer paper s news anu pa.,sing it
off for one' sown.-Petsacola News.

Hon. W. M. Holloway, superin-
tendent of public instruction for
Alachua county, will run for State
Superintendent. He is a good and
capable man, which fact, being
well known, will make him a strong
candidate.-Punta Gorda Herald.

A special election was held in
Columbia county this week to de-
termine the question of whether
that county will be "wet or dry."
What we would like to know is
whether the Hon. Frank Clark
voted in the election or not.-Titus-
ville Star.

The Turks are cheerfully mur-
dering the Christians and the sel-
fish, sordid world interposes no ob-
jection. The Russians murdered
the Jews and the nations of the
earth remained servilely obmutes-
cent. Have we progressed so very
much?-Tampa Times.

The very best thing that the
Trustees of the Stetson University
can do is to meet at once and accept
Forbes' resignation. The Doctor
may change his mind again. Ac-
cept it and dispose of the matter is
what the public wants and demands.
-Volusia County Record.

Personalities and vituperation are
always to be deplored, whether in
politics or not, but we cannot con-
cede that to expose a gigantic fraud
is abuse in any sense. If Mr. John
N. C. Stockton shows to the people
of Florida the corrupt practices of
the trusts in this State all honor is
due him.-Palmetto News.

The Times-Union throws a hook
intothe prohibitionists every now
and then. It evinces much con-
cern over the citizens' inconven-
ience in having to hunt his jug in
a stump, hole or hollow tree.
Would the Times-Union be content
to base its hopes for future circula-
tion on the support of the "wets?"
-Monticello News.


Schedule i effective June 28, 103.
,AX I X=LI XTE33 ]9L'v.rw
Schedule Fffective June 28, 19o3.


State of FIlorini, h i. .
Levy Coni1ty. 'i3 155 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 34 I 66
Peraoually caimne Iefor: in.l. I. \11cd ,51 -1 3 o3p Lv . Jacksonville . Ar o 5oa 7 15 5 oop
lin, to ime well known, \ u to aIknol. '5 551 3 4u) Baldwin ..... o z.a 6 30o 4 2o
edged that h signed the ve sigedl f're- -* .1 1 -15P 5 0i3p1 .. .. Waldo . .. 8 20a 4 o4a 2 50
going proposed Chnrlcr ill tili innluer I '-'I 5 36p Ar. .IN IL Lv 7 53a I 3op
and for the uses and purpissct-. Ar- thiei .. 5 36p lv G NESVILIE Ar 7 53a
set forth and contained. .. 7 Ar Cedar Key .. Lv 5 i5a .. ...
Tnktii atind nckiiolek-ligel lI-eine mi' 'T I. silver Springs . ..12 521I
on this 27th day ol Aiugutt. A. I i,..3. i 5 2 5 .. ... Oc a . .
[S..A ..J IARltN .V R I .'t.. : .'. . .. ildwood 1 2 a1 II 6p
NoLamy I'ulu lic Slate mOf l 1'Lrd.I nit I.t rge: nI 7 21a . Orlando 7 O 8 25
My coiunmisisionI expiresi \lt.i 2,. n7 1 IP .1 .Dade City .. o 08p to 3'a
-- lip 5.n ..... Plant City.. 9 a3P 9 458
State of Floiida, "P . Palmetto .. .4 45P 7 42a
Ievy County. l p u_ -t6a. .. Manatee 3 5op 7 27a
Personally came Itfome tmie N (;. WIee. 5 12 301 Sarasota ..... o2
to rie well knol\im, who nitcknolerdgcl 6 [p 6 ,I a Ar . Tampa. .... .Lv 8oop 8 5oa
Ibtpt lr e signed C ter in e mb n forgl- ,iull NORTH AND IHAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
proposed Charter ill Llie mliltner midI o I.
the uses and pirpoies nIlheeiil i- firlli m' ----.--- ---
at cotained.rose atheh .v Jacksonville 8 45a 7 14p I.v Jacksonville. ...3 40P 9 252
Taken and namkowledlge- before in' on Ar Fernailti ao osa 9 oop Ar Lake City .. 5 51p I 20o
Taken and ncklowlfAeiust, A. I).ore l I r lrunllsickk i2 1p no 35P Ar Live Oak 6 35P 12 o4p
this 7tihay of August. A. ). i. Arvnn o 5 ArMadisn ......
S [SUAI..] IfRANK.. 1I. CI. Ar Savana 3. 6. t oop 11 5oa Ar Madison . 7 55P 13 58p
Notary Public Stte at I.arge. '.- n 3 gP I 44a Ar Monticello. .... 9 lop 3 15P
mtissiomn expires September in, i.,,,. ,r 'enmtark- 3 57P 2 2oa Ar Tallahassee .....9 40p 3 25P
i p p erI.r Coliumia .. 5 3op 3 55P Ar Quincy . 4 17p
SHERIF 5.L. IAr i . .. 7 4op 5 54a Ar River Junction ....... 5 05P
SHERIFF'S S.ALb. Ar Hmilet ....... 9 55P 8 05a Ar Pensacola ........to 10 50op
Under and by virtue f ani execultti i.. Ar WVilmtin~lon . 2 05 Ar Mobile 55a
sued oit of the Circuit Court of IFlorida, .\r Sollthirii I'imes 18p 9 36a Ar New Orleans ...... 7 25a
Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for Ahlchua .\r Raleigh 11 53P to 45a Lv Jacksonville ........ 8 lop
county, on the 2.lt'h day of Ma1ch, A I). Ar Poltsnouth .... 8 ooa 5 35P Ar Macon .......... 3 4ap
1903, in favor of \W. A. l)n,,ig.li anil Ar i'rich',lon, Va .. 6 35a 3 2p Atlanta 7 3 4oa
against R. 1). Middleton,, I, 1.. \V In- Ar \\ashington ... o 1Oa 8 30P Chattar oog . 27
nell, an, Sheriff of -aiidl couniv ayit St.il.t, Ar lti ore . 1 25 1 25P Nashville . op
have levied upo) as the proli.rtv ,f ili- .r 'liiladelpin a 361) 2 5 o Sti. l . .
said R. D. Ihlimdletoin, ai 'ill sell ;t .'r NewYork 15P 6 3oa Ca 9
public ouitcry, before lthe cotrt ihonuc .
door, in the city of (.ninrsvillc. Alclutiiii. t-i""ections for l'almnletto, Manatee. Onceo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
cn;a ity, Ploridan, oil Slonlnn, *in.- l l.t d. i-i ., ,- f'roi Gt iinesville.
of October, A. 1). 1903, I)etIeeii the Ikglil 'I'"rai No. 31, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
hours or sale, all that certain lot niece or "Tam"", Jacksonville and New York, via Ric mond and Wasington, Vestibuled
parcel of land. situated, lying nun.l I.'ing It conclies between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
in the Countv of Alachua, State o.f :lor- car 'ermnice from Jacksonville.
ida. particularly known a nl diescriled as No. 66. Seaboard tail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
follows, to-wit: I.ot four I.). hlnocki oe .acksoIIville andl Washinigton, anl drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack-
hundred and forty-eight ( It.1-, 1Ini -.nli, so nille antd New York.
Addition to thIe town of lligh hlnrimg'. Ni. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse, Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
Florida. Together with all tlmd iugla; r Me relie points, and at Archei with Farly Bird branch.
the Uereditainents aud ipl)perten.imvi- tn NCo. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
the saie. belonging or i ii n w it nlir c;Ieaers for Kev West and lavana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuedays and
tainin .' i i ,iIS IntY s ii p. i -
Sai property to he sold al thel itpcr- A. 0. b ,.cDONEI ., Ass't Gen.ass. Agent, Jackasnylle, Fla
ty of the said R. ). Mnli.lleton ( Il,. v f. C. C 0111, Ticket Agelnt, Gainsyll. qny
said execution and costs.
it. W lI.N -,-I.i..
Sheriff of Alachua L'o. F'li.
C. 1M T.TiJESIN,
P'laintiff'M Attorney. ,I -


Old newspapers, suitalIlc for n i.|pinig
purposes, 15 cts. n hiuireido or loor 5
cts., at TiHE STAR officer

A Small noy's KaowIledfie.
A small boy whose exam nation pa-
pers Included n question nis to the ort-
gia of the alphabet gave the following
aiLWAr:' "Allln-Rarnn cna th Ifm, '


uainesville cl ulf R'w'y Co
Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.

No No. o.4. 4No.'. N a &
Dally I,[ eel. eL ]M
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man who wrote the alphabet. lHe ....I
wrote It In Greek first and than came 8 ('
Whatever the general effect the to America and taught it to the nn- i I.
closing of the saloons in Oolumbia tton."
county may have on certain lines Ta.e l war staesat. .0
of trade, there Is but little doubt The Doctor-You would have an at- 9 '
that t wil favorable affect the a tack of brain fever but for one thing.
that it ill favorably affect the a- Impatient Patient-And what's that? ia i. Lv
tendance at the University of Flori- The Doctor-The fact that nature 1 40
da, which is about to enter on its made you an Immune from that par- II v a7
tl~cnr variety of fever,-B-altimore I1 40 7t 1At 7
twentieth scholastic year as an in- Ametian. ty of fe er-Baltime 1
stitution of leatrnag. Many a pa- 0
iemt vill feel mortaecu in t end-- Wiagl m Aa L..........i
helr boywtca 7.1b. -. T 4
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bTAT. PRESS CLIPPINGS. ARTIOULs OPINCoI.qRATnoi. .... ..... ..
Notice is hereby giVPiz that n thle '
Lake county escaped damage by y Not Oco i ere, A. D.,at s i 41 tile L4thi 1 Ji -4
day of Ocuoper, A. -D., 1903, L] : UtJ~hr. tW I "
ie recent destructive storm on the signed will apply .to -I t. ,xcilencv, W. .i
a ast ndWqst coasts of Florida.-- S Jeuulngs, Guvero r of the fathtet of -4 %
,eesblirg Commercial. Charter proposed below.
This aist day of Sept'nlber, A. I). .I '3
1. 1.. Nlv.riajt. -1
There is little difference between I WA ^I,.. I
VN ND. ,',N, -,A N CO N
vagrant and a "respectable loaf- M.RI,
r." They should both be made ArI'ICL,. op rICORPORATItu N ol rc:i I-1 'a
D go to work.-Madison Recorder. G(AINrFVILI.it Pf.ANIN ANII -
COFVFIN4 tCO1PANV. Sells all
Let us remember that we have a The name of this corporation ;is i I- ,
oble mission to carry out, and that Company," and its rlnci dPal ,l;ace rf i. O
s to keep Florida's advantages be- iness shall be taiiisvillevi, It1Lui lta .
ore the public of other States.- iI. mn m
1akeland Sus. The general nature of the l,-,iite i.) ,V jAry
keland U, e trapsacted hv sail corporltio httlll tie _I, i
the manufacture and sale of cotnii rl n I EAT Try
lumber. and the operiition of a pla.ini ii.
The opposition to the renomina- mill, and sucl other Inbiicsni a-i ,Is in ins
ion of Hon. W. N. Sheate will thereto.
doubtless center upon Hon. W. M. Tbenount of the capital .tok iuo. -
lolloway, who is also from Alach- rized by this corporatio sliall lbe T'rwe.ty ; .
ia co unt y.-DeSot Cout A- thousand ($20,ooo.oo) tJollars: the. .lun1
ia: county.-DeSoto County Ad- ber of shares being two hundred; par
vertiser. valte of each .hare One Hu1dred 1)o1.4- I" "JL
Slars (;roo.oo). Ten Thousand Dollars .
(1o,O.oo) of' the stock shall he tsub-
Dr. Forbes has resigned a presi- cribed and issued at once and ai1 in ONE
cash.or'other' property. All stock shall
lent of Stetson University and that be full paid up when isuirl, a.,n ilill l -
nstitution promises to have the non-a sessihle.
argcst attendance at its opening The tern for which iii, pi,,,,*in T +,,,Pf,,,t [1_.i.. l
this fall in its history.-DeSoto shall exist shall Ihe niniL.tY-iini yvi:,
County News. .
'rthe business of siuil cuorpororti l -I illI
be conducted bty a I'rebll-nit, \'Vii l'i,-i ESTABLISHED 1860.
Lawtey is known for its straw- dent, Generatl MAlnager niin SccreI:n, miAl
Treasurer, anl a lo:irdlof I,'ir, i.>cb t T
berries, Sanford for its celery, consist of three inniier, aiI i- iCi nilri r H. F. D U TTO N & CO .
Anthony for its watermelons and Ioflcers as miy he created ani ,, i ,lunDI
by the Boardl of directors or -,iockl -hl-
cantaloupes, Lake Weir for its on- ese. The btuinei.s shall tie *ln luter I,,c iI AINi V I
ious and Ocala for its fine stock.- J.I. Me dli, resident; <1.V V cotton Departm ent, jAINeVILL
vice-Dresidpetn1t...LA .
Ocala Banner. Manager sui Secit'lar niN l 111 L t'l.'IIr,
until there ihall l u li c I I s u- oi rl-i 4i, 1 u 1 of
officers held by tit e iolklnolll. cs, ciii liid
According to the testimony in the til the sanme sallaM II; jiiPaidi W I ea I 1oto I.
Stark-Angel case at Jacksonville, The first annual meeting fr tile, "It- 11on
of stockholder ;hall te oi the ti ,la',' ,, In Seed or uint, Large or Small Quantities.
Duval county has a deserving sub- January, A. r). 19, anI on i I ii'-
ject for the gallows in Stark. But I'esda of f each Ad nces made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
after, ,ulens c lange, 1, t, I i%-., 1, i Advancesmade. Warehousecarges free. FirmIoffers
there is small hope for such a thing corporation
in Duval.-Tampa Tribune. V1. 'iLle.ic by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
The hligihe t aniioutit of ilrmcbltcl iii om
liability to which the said cvorpoi-ra. .:'n -- .- --._.--_ -ll....-.
It has just been discovered that a at any tine subject itself, shall I TIfen -
prisoner in an Indiana jail, who Thousand( (f o,o o.oo) Dollait. ..ee ce eeeee
was serving out a $26 fine for rhe iae aiil resildeIncL' it 1 <- ESTABLISHED 106. -..
drunkenness, saved enough of his scribers to this. propose, chuter.n -e" [11E ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
rations to keep his wife and child s G warde Mmrtl rnt.,. i 5 Gaianesville, Florida.
from starving.-Chipley Banner. E. I'. Wm,. Gainesvlk, l'l., i U The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
shares., Ahbtract nf Title To any piece of land in Alachua County
.I. MA. Rileo, (-.ainesv lle, 1 ., *, ic-. u U lI It u finished on" AI it i !
That is a very pertinent inquiry J L.. Medlin.. A.l)inn. I la 0,I th TA ionc u PI All b App
of the Mobile Register as to what state o Florida. D Atte nation e en p t a
that school of journalism is going Alachuil Countv. B. R. COLSON, Manager. I
to say of the practice of stealing an- Person i aVlly c.nmi of rorre ie ti I .1., -, :-s a0tOsg Rile"I
and PA %V3.111 each of em il hee m s aeto
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