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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: October 9, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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i. ~\lij FLC14[iA, 1RIl)A", (.)CT15()l3ER 1903.


FALL TERM OF

CIRCUIT COURT


Convened Tuesday Morning- Only
Civil Cases Yet.


GRAND JURY GETS TO WORK.


Civil Docket Sounded Ad-
journed in Honor of Judge
Finley, Deceased.,
The fall term of the circuit court in
and for Alachua county convened Tiles-
day at Ii a. m. His Honor Judge J, T.
. .. Wills presided, and States Attorney iCal-
houi,.Clerk Denton, Sheriff Fennell aad
other -court officials and inellbers of the
bar were in their places.
The following gentlemen were sworu
A 1as grand jurors: Alexander L. Webb,
foreman; J. P. Henry, C. A. Gassett, H.
S0, Martin, J. G. Watson, Z. M. Sanders,
S. M. Blitch, W. C. Kincaid, .1. M. Kite,
S. D. McDonald, R. M. Jennings, J. M.
BrerittJ. A. King, S. M. Miixsomi, 1'. I.
McDonald, Henry Fletcher, Aaroni
Jones, H. A. Thomas.
Judge Wills delivered his charge to t!ie
grandjary, and they retireil from the
court room to enter upon. their work.
The Judge's charge was able but rath-
er abort. He desired to impress upon
the Iaind of each jurymian that crime int
Alachua county could not be prosecuted-
unless the grand jury first found tite
bills and presented the inlividuials to lhe
prosecuted. It Is the duty of the gra.iul
jury to find true bills where there is ,I
probablitv that a crime has been c-n.i-
mitted. Their finding of hills doesC i1.t
couvict, it only opleiis the way for tint in.
vestigating by tlhe proper persoii-, I l'ii
the grand jury mus t irs. i..-t, or crtnie
cannot be puunishetd.
After the grand jury had been chliirgel.,
Col. E. C. F. Sanchez calle, attention to
the death of the late Judge 5. Y. I t1: '- -.
and His Honor Judge wills appoiilr te
Attorneys E. C. Sancliez, W. \V
Hampton and Horatio Davis to draw' upl
suitable resolutions on ihe ileath of
Judge Finley, atnd in respIcit to his uTit 'riI-
ory the court was adjourned, foi the I..l.
ance of the day.
WIDNESDAV'S PItocK l Nt- .
Court convened Wedniesli.ty Initori.iiv
and a petit jury for the first weelk i)f l" i
term was called and sworni as f Geo. L. Taylor, D. M.i. iutrn1t. J. I
Martin, A. L. Doughtry, J. S. lell J. \. .
Denton, C. L. Thigpen, %V. \. I-,It
W. W. Avera, John Bennett, II. 1- M..
son, J. A. Phifer.
The civil docket was then .sntundcll ai,-I
several cases were continuiiiel-solile I,
mutual consent of council intere4tel .i it.I
some for other reasons.
The firstcase to goto trial was the et-ac
of Albion Mining and Manuifl.ctil inig
Company vs. ltiley and \Villorl, eject-
ment. Jury was enmpaneled and ho.'.rni,
and case proceeded with The case wits
not concluded Wednesday, and Tl'hurs-
day morning it was. continued to 2 p. ui.
and other work simiilar to that of WeV li n.-
day taken up.
But little business was transacted dul r-
Ing the afternoon yesterday, but hte
grand jury came into open court and renm-
dered true bills as follows:
Against Peter Rutledge and Abe Rut-
ledge, larceny of a calf.
Stephen Timnionn, murder.
David Hall, selling liquor in a dilry
county.
James Martin, selling liquor in ,1 dry
county.
J. M, Pryer, selling liquor in a dry
county,.
Sam lngram, breaking andi entering
with intatet to commit a mnisldemeanor.

A Good Officer.
Deputy Sheriff G. W Iivingtot ,,f
Newberry is showing himself to be a
good officer. He has donp mant things"
that go to prove that he il the right man
In the right place, but his recent actions
are very commendable, lie recently
took in a negro blind tiger at Newberry
and carried the varmint before Justice
FPorton, who sent him on here for Judge
Wills to get a whack at him. But was
this all? Just captured a negro running
a blind tiger? Oh, no; he has also man-


aged to flud some white people in the act
of gambling (five at one time) and had
they not paid their fines promptly they
would have been brought to Gainesville.
That's right, Livingston; be no respector
of persona, but do your duty, and even
the me whom your duty requires you to
Parret wilt respect you for it.


Al Important County.
The'e ia no more Important county in
the late than is Alachua. It is rich in
lattMber; turpeatine, and many other
thighs of valu. It has some of the best
taoa OW gazidag hads ia the.Stale. It
1w h ouwi t-rifty towhall an another
c0 tly lthl taste. Jstat -think; all of
de doli- t-wis, and more, are. situ-

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DEATH OF MR. W.i'nIRLY.
An Old and Highly Rebpected CitE-
zen Dies Suddenly..
The people of Gainesville were shock-
ed this morning, as they learnedd that
Mr., E. C. Winberly, an old and highly res-
pected citizen of this city, bad passed
away suddenly at 'o:3o p. m. lad night.
Mr. Winmberly was up, aund appeared to
be as well as usual yesterday, and the
suddenuess of his death was a severe
shock to his family and friends.
Besides many other relatives and
friends, deceased leaves to inoUirn is
passing away a grief-stricken wife, and
several sons and daughters.
Mr. Wimberly was 55 years of age
tle will be buried from CLe First Baptist
church Saturday to inst., Rev. J. B.
Holley officiating, Robert McClellan
funeral director. After the church ser-
vices the Masonic Lodge will take charge
and conclude the service witlythe honors
of that Order.
Mr. Witmberly was born. in Levy
county Florida. le has a son by a for-
mier utarriage living in Lousiana; and
thirteen children by his last wife, who,
together with six daughters, survive him.
Three of these are married as follows;
Mrs T. 1. McDonald, Mrs. S. D. Mc-
lonial, of Rocky Point, Florida, and
Mrls A truinrk of Lesley Ga.

MR. ALLEN NOT PLEASED.
He Read the Star and Called to See
Us -Thinks Machinery 0. K.
Mr. Allen, the road machinery man of
Ocala, wis a pleasant caller at the Star
office Wednesday. This genial gentlc-
man was not very well pleased with what
appeared in Tuesday's Star with rtfer-
ence to the royal machinery. We thought
from what we had seen and heard that
tile colninii.-siorierM were not very favorab-
Iv impiest-ed with the machinery, and
might, after alil, not accept it. We know
tlliat the comiinisonenrs are of the opinion
that it will not .lI, t l[i they considered
cl.tuir.I fi ii, 1 wit NMr Allen asures us L
it will d i lj l ti it .iim l tven niior'.
M it. iLllrn h.li'w.- l tthe contract en-
ter'n--l i' lI 'twi'elii lini elf lnd the
tttlmntii ti.s.Wicie. We wouill riliggest thda
tile gi-ntlemii riii, re:i l celullv thlie contract
an.1i 1'. g ve,'rnel itherdhl-v; this. however,
we iel -tire they will .Id .
We believe it i s; ,in tr.ally desire that
'ile- ki. hi i .. ,S p.,i i t ,i 'tc'S. Iet there'
lie .A il ;.- I gli iLst .iU -0.Il .is Mpossible,
.m .i l i the i i,.tini.-ri .vill iotl di let's
lo.ik i ,i.t otlier 'lir-t li,)i foli wayv
., l 4 1 11 thk -Ah11 11 ', -C 1, 111, Y ll,. e ntl i11- I
.r v, I r.- i-.,

,A1Z IN NASi \U ..O)UNVY.
te\. ,%. J. Carpenter Writes From
the Field of Carnage


IS JOHN S-iM


De ent FA OR
He Wtat Fromi ltt:


LEFT ARCtiER SUN A.

Was to fe I-it res A MaI
Caine Not-- May flia
With Foul Pl.t1
John .S.tithl, ol,-rel w'ln i
know in .lthi< city ris ,;.ic i
pev'ica'lelc a riu ttrtiI, 'avr it .' 'i
is fi sl lsiig. nilnt .r Vi i
enr iptant-..
Johit .its lo'ig b.en .t dit
srtoiltary waigrn. '*l" Co.int
Jarvi;', f<.i" wfii id i ti t i
ed flot t a ;s.: t s, i I ) r is,
aniuslual y pu tlufi al in 'tv;
of hi's duties.
John cwul to Mr. ( ir\l
mi orm ing i. I .-.I l i i ':i l it .
well iup, .'il l-e wit.nl.i i' I;
iillt nd wit ia'orciutti'.iiU tl .,
he woiilsl 'oi- I'back -i'i. i
early Mond'vay Lirn g :.Ir.
BSelil-' I, Alld i'Ile old ilii alt.h,
Wiige., l.; pi.i1 to hini iit .ot-
Tlii Mr. Jurvis did. 'i,l ilh
In uni tlii- o! 1 i aill I,' -i,' ..'1 i
Monldwv M lrniil, iiiin ;. -I.
not r-etui .t -l. i .I-,l lit i
and Johnii la.d not returii .,
Iecouming .-irinedc, eni ito A.
aftelrnio i tr.in VWeili,,sl .y, .1
prited to le r,, fro i: a i t ,l
sadlts at A.\rc'lle- lli..i t *,I
Archer f(ir Ct iin.-villc S in.-
l ii ilte ii itrcyi3al' e.

tliiit fr(,.i itr hb i.,i u ii e.-
hi4 ftlt It i lie > .ILte i0 0t1
les t for ,il .' vil ill t .


Yr I I'aii's for libeatnimts tf 'X. Il. Sanlt-rs of LAwtl ruwho id hi *4W *rs***4lW0040 40 A4IW 4
,4111 Chitty of. M ficanopy was in the serving on the-grand tr this, week, was
- cit e tday.. oin e of our tholtghtfl friends who called i
uir ^'P.-.jler Osteno of Tiih Mprig^s wa. a in t 1:Str 01e. amd renewed. hsb- % s W .I
t, ty rstcri.a. scription.
c(roi g cleaned .tOwen.l,,rfet inr.lr,, t In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
,,:r ... rk. 14, ti I. ,i ,,,,-,it oid CO., to t inag 'u p -tt-date" Shoes for Me M n,

"itr>e t ~riiis..., I Durit thTt ast ifew tiays afvral Women and Children, at popular,
,J. ltradley OAt Alahtela wa uttenling ,f l'ens hl,ve nlie. l 1ind subscribed for prices and ol the best makes.
ci>.rt Tukt's liat s wit nesis. Tile Star or rctilt c-1 subscriptions, but t
\it"HT ,'H Siff R. A 1. ,bas in the e o is r c niom atieuds; I
city- l t ldyt.. rrla i, lTgIh Springs. doi,'t b, ,,ckal W e c l
Hou. T. II. Willard was in Gairiesville "If)-our hlair is bet'c uiung thin try tld- "
d y, Out Tuesily fro hi. home at Osceola. dings uarillld' tr wer For Particular attention to the Ladies
Ve Met ore '.la l, theainks naval and the Iostuflice ,iug $tore, Ilighl' "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
y Deloity She.ril Hrannoiti f N iliford S ,/ 7., ,,,of D.tto,,, 4, vah)ltd sub-. ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
o is well was in the cit' on business W n ly. scriber to the ,Str, wtA in the city 1tes.
f i ri,,t J.1) Guthrie was ,ultong tihe N rl dr v a'J .ecDl'ay to court business. -J M atheson
o. 1is ,c', I people who were here at court this wek. St',' ws aixios to le back hleo. -sid -
o- i w. Cotiy ,urveyor, .troxton wiasttle*,,V N. Cii of(,, ., l,, t, e city o 0hoe and Leat ei tit C inepille, Fla. il

ive fr of the lA.w tltaly. Mr. Cisii r s that Ocalan is
.ir J. ) W I Donald of Tieu lee a th e best town ii le w
ci :ty.. w, U in ,vil, ltn lit.. h it, itlld of
a'\.:,,:,: b.,ee clty, .. coilluse Gliesvillc \\ ,., ext-pted, _%\. '


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ished at 1lj43 W. Court St. Apply Star



AI r i-icld irs. '. C h11 .Rvve \.r,i' in tlh
city %t daiusI lAy ;roli Itheii hioie .it hiigh
Springs.
C. W\. Stephens, a prominent citizen i o
Alarhu.i, was trIu-s,'tiiig bisilu~r.s4 heCie
yesterd.i .
.ltoraic 1'. A. I'inilnell of liirnsoii wits
a vih ilig atto-rney at the ahiniiesvilli- bhr
I' cd iit-slaiy.
1 I. .illil.uh 10,a1i, >li ie.. Illlnll.


.1I r% %I I ll~llll]i, It IC IIIII1 g s lliiii
f li.\hchiu, wai tratiaeting bimsine-ss
h.-re 'ih'-saity
T...1 liicnihl, i iprominient bl-.;ners
i alltll N ute'Wlt'll\i at attellilig 'lillt I
H're" 'Aedniicil-iy.
)r. C. C i.irr., de-nttist, of llili
4f. -i;- icTni


to t is '.i h r. -1v .. .. i ,.i .I. J. .. ii .if wi, .. ,. i, lO'i cit ,
thit siiin \ili hi ', i !..r lih'l tr i. '. "Tie' h I. asd I..i-.ui c it p.ilI-up sibtscrilalci
_i__ t. th tat for omne year.
i. \\. I'ci .erliu, mineof High1 Spring.
The Fi Pc ind" II Is -fimt Silnr. pillil. i.-. ii uinerilj'iuts, wiia attenildiilg
It will ) n oiI atirltu ui tii.o 10 learn cltlr in Glaiienville Tuesday. *
thnt the iii t l:in,ortnit ilit'tloD of Nv. t(' is Thei tar phonee niumblier, aill
tlhe bee'N HlI.4L 4 1 0, t l'fluqljli,. "nlyR a ,
thw r eseis. I hiav lo. i'h L..l n lnned All'se tlao litve phoneti are retqui.ated to
Hlis tlhe I1,. I pIr il.o li il '.]nifg t, hclii, lilt tAis nluitler onl their cards.
on their a.:-htle .--I? work )y tho drex- .-l'.. J1ru. Larson and sister, Mitl
(.-rousa utiR t (heh l tli m.'. ill diiurlimg ,.,litlih I.n:giiia-m, of Hiighh Sprluns. wele'
thi o l Inal u il .ln uta'-. t Iht. i'roct's' oPlpig i the city Wedic-s'lay.I
of hlony utniin (. I the I --i Intlect it ml-, .
ntute portlti of f.,rn.,- .i(ild ihalo tihe li t Ii lnt Iu1111'y 1u buy or bulldl u
honey. m :1 n', i. ly i4T nliimrtgagoi tor contract 1h-r
This s n lu really tho nn:.,on of their iritilttalie iiivi-Atuletiil NeeM]Moyet's.
sting. 'Tills -riijl e at-I g.i es to ioney W. I-. Ilrghey, a promillnelLnt Liiies-
Its peculiar ifuvo"r und ni npo tl rta to iiin .lif, Morriaton, was among tile ulidi-


.% ... ).1, 7 11. I. T-Pil... ... ..............., It Its ke ing; pu ii tleq I. A Il 'iP S Ig .1 .. victor. t l the ity lliS week.
ail -I-1 .tInle of lttolci. Re % W. J Car- really an x .'uimii ly o.-itr ti rl i nd S. P. Thanum I
tniitt-i tii. i, i-.'-iiit1 i- i thie Itinici ir' t.' trowel wv;i: ,vbehl th le t i i' hainsli's oT I f! a T n g
tc.a.iu in in N, i. ii tyi i t sV o s:,, ." and cape tl n cells when I, .y re idlkd aiiP ll., dl William and Jito 0
,-he 1igtt i l ,ii. Ithebattle lichl i.- cov- bri.nful teill hione \\ ll dling t hitsi l- r.iouiaq. P.1-', were in towii Tuestlay.
c Ietl Nisih a,,k.iu liI ,a ilrnge,. tie aloon tlh fomriC q*id pl's frn i to ., point 1- rF an- ,. J. It. WVillihane, hi W. T.
i mi i i. telhig all -ort, of falsehoods, of tl-e stinrl and tic' h--..' fiW % ork t ..l..Iidoi i, f Alaclhlt w-re aminng the
all.I .-li- llig lot, _itf Ilttiitiey. Badt eggs finiqlled. h 'aaina-, v,isltora to tlhe clt W ed.,leslay.
.i gii teiit oh the barro,' .. Thle prillhiltion- Penguin,. ha'ii v ati n .. rt;.L-rtinarv cliani'ty luanm, after sftveral days peiL I lin
-ar-p i.rppeful, .In'l alggrei.ive. They are amount -if vitality and ar...- t.irder to Llit ciLt) returned to Ocala Wtdneieilay.
tighling aglin.lst ,lespe, ate odds, hut, n re kill than noy ordlunry ti. 'Ti -writer X.la, lillspecal agent or the New
c.rr.ing tlhe .ri Ino .logyvpt. once had oc,.-rslr'n tio hil it I lirge bird k Life Isurance ompy, ade a
Large cr t.l, tire ltt-nding our mueet- aord niaUs i., tl. e wSitei Cromsl I'sfusi tr.p to Jacksonvilli one dIy tahi
mgs, a I n.tl mi y 'wets' are getting 'dry.' liai hand, lt ,Irove an lar;:. .ik nqunaiet- 't't'k.
I have -pokcii twice oi ltle streets of ly through ll,! t.e-reaiturt q t-ntd and flin- I 'r -li nient, groceries anI vegetai les
Feriianllai., amidl ill speak aga n Friday Isbel the ol,ailotiii ily nuilllng It fast to t all, nara iii.."- tour orders or 'thone oI
night Caol. Mitheson iaade a fine im- the deck. 'I Lat men',:ird to )imkio the job ', at you wa.il. J, ;. lnrroiil, 'I'tlouit
prtesuion when here. I was tit Callahan lsy coi.iplilct, nild I'Y Vwf-lit ielow o. 2.u5
yestertlay aind at Hlllird list night. Bigi ckis fort" lanor. Conil: .; 1it .'l r., .*' lts little Kilght, the popular pro
crowils t boutih laces, aiind people re later, hI. a.sttlnlshiiti.nat wnt. proliioui i pretre.. of te o'roy Hotel, light
sectfu ai. i. on beholdlig be lp.UK..li. head ereot, ,prniug, wa, % isopling in tlhe tit>
spectfil nild ati, it. fl~lipprs out w, 'addl;ig tibol, ill. nppatrent- *. e d i,
'-t:iloo ineni say if lharroonis are closed y wl.p o ut Eit tUlt I o %lk. w 'bl i ed ly
ciollol fictloiena i11 lie created in Ferinan- still' n!n 'LI trunifr.'od In &li crL,,lum. 1I.O6i.-.A latdihei slkt tl btellia, i'rt!,
diii, anid s iuch it rla. i- 1 |teo|)le will fill- .1. :ft1 it a ti.ire oin thle ie(jUs-. l'iiilei
thie ilacc! I will ibe home Satuirday if I Curl,"I.t I In Kt u.m ntmrlftre. PJs- t-uve .aVit Siar oiGce and get tiiltable
aile to travel Yolrs for purity." The nearoto,. It lie:e RWit -b h'mt I-t ie vuit1. .iOctI
dran lalanid f Grenida nnt< I "- ry dif- I C ..4 1ti' Jicobei went to Gulnesville
flcult to L-we tri'i itof trila descepnt. M.l-iI 'y Lto leusicuie Ili studieshin I.amt

DEATH OF MISS VIDAL. and thel- io'itltvei becuus'l o' a eurit- ,' Wlr!;a ,-nmiiary -levy Times. Iemo-1
ous cuslonw they follow .11 i 6larung ., ,,.,
Died Tuesday At Cameron South chiu 'u o there y follow .tt namine t 0.
arnchildren. hut tfsther's Chilstlan name
Carolina. Is given to tie son for Lid surname. Just ,'celved.--n beaitltiful new patterns
Mr. J. I Vidnl'S friends in this city Thum. If a Man ci tnanu-d Join, Jonem, .i chin cal ani exaune sIu get on,
srnalnthiize with himi In the death of his his son tuvi le c.dlled Jaill.,ci John and ,rinci. tifore Iitebhasing ehlewhere. I.
la ulihter, Miss Mary, who died at the that son's aoil l/,hart Jame unid co .' I.
hoae of relat Mis'es iMallCaero, S. last oti to the eid if tie chapter. Natural. CeI n. C. A. ly li a fe % g ,nei,ttlo .s r.amilisa get h.rdt, Wade; J. I.Criflin, Jouesville, and
Tuesday. Into a hoptel s i. ,iddle-, uI-. riotdy i ur.,f J J. Godwiu,-Rex, were in Gaines-
MAiss uVdal had been ill for some time, knows cuex tly to v.hotli hbe is 'latld. ville eterdlay. P
and her father had been out and spent -- i
solne time with her on a former occasion, G alanta iI i tli. Mi 'S J.iale Newbera departed ycst t
but when she had improved sufficiently The ditvourag'd .rlist a;cLyt off from li'.", ias the A. L. L. railway, for LC.Ro3,
to justify it he returned to Florida, and hms ltteit? work ,id vi-vwesl It with n heree she goes to aptaid a" few weeks
was called to her bedside again, but only "Theremy no use .lkg out I" he 'i brotr
to find her cold In death. said"Tlaero' no tIr ,,l'klu about It." he s it lidIhI H hair Grower dneq the work.
i wa a lovable youg lauy sa morosely. "I can't pait a well as ir :.,le by Dr. y .. 19 hidlugs, calnei-.
Dlecesel was atell 'b uera u intis 'al ta n lihe Postoffice Dnig rI'ore, Ilgh
who was well known and much loved In "Oh, yI1 vu cn.'" mild Ihe t IeP'4 aud t prugn. I'l.i.
Gainilsville, where she had visited her i onet frleid to wrnn I ld t Arch Avehtt, Dr. Howel,
father and step-muother several times. confeAslon "It's only tiat oiur taste Arch Avee'tt, A.ir, i i. Howell,
She was laid to rest il ti4e old family 1I improvingn. Deputy lberiNs Livingstona nds W) in,
buryingUgrnillo 'SoirhCarolinaua RIiley and olothera, were I the city
burying ground in South Carolina, aned is., Fot ot V-w. Tuesday froto Newberry.
her father is expected back in Gaines. "I wonder rby htr.,-t are no mar-.
ville today. riages In hpnTi." said the sweet young 1. J. Netwberry, High Springi; W.
thing. Bryant, Hawthorn, and Henry later,
es a or Well, hbea-en's heaven. fin't It?" Nelberry, were among those who al-
Old newspapers, suitable forwrap the ctt. bwrppel.nr.-Detrett tnded court here TaesLay.
purpos"es, 15 cts. a hundred or 25 o 5 lied thePrs -D t nded court here T ay.
cts., at T|im STAR oticer. Vs-e Press.
cts. at T STAR officer. I Wen you buy a parasol, buy a good
S .- -- Presamsire BvidenMlue, rime---even if it does cost a little more.
"But-ho.' do yi ou know lie went to and at that. the prices oas ours are by no
heaven?" Pmeaas higb. I,. (U. Slithb.
/ ~tr# "lKasse tL- nlale kicked hina that whly I. C. Gicy of Hig. Sprigs wes ain
an' be Ilall't neIer coae town yttltr- the cidty.Tuelday. lingi been stminioni-
Atlanta Contitution. d on the jury, but owing to Illesm; &nla
i h p itar Ifst. recent death in hi fauilly .be W* ex.
8 These peW plWa who knbw IIlbout 1h elased.
ai_ f1 .i aStoi Umlinutat i 3 WW i e B a i 1ttf g -- W u1 i
"jiB.Htan you U^*^l 1. JS ''^


Mla l1' pILopl,.' Nho ln ai w<'ll aliotld ster-
mg silver for the. t .l'0 prefer to have
pinattd ware--tut Cevi'N i->:vy ti'sV anIy way.
\%' h .ivt' I.0il1 k ,hl. ,ri I I ','i 1.ilI, l. I. 1
pli ic ,d i i lfi'i. Iv i. L -'tiinilti.
lloll. P' r%\ .\1. ('.1i.4oi 1.1 (li 1iine- ll ,.
'ii l. M r. 'F,.ipli ,-f ,I i. h\l ad l cl l lhrn
ltisliectlii; ii ll .rv o w,,i Ily-, were' it-gi-
-.reil ,itl .ati Inriti I v liti SAtlturilay
night. -l.ev.' 'ii it-s I peliithcrat, Uct. 8.
M 1). .1 licksun, witi, i. engtagel ln lthe
fruiit and tounCir. titAL liisii s Iat Willi-
forl, ua.> ill thi cilty ii liiln esa \'Vedlls-
ilay. HIe says lit. likv4 Wiillil'%ril *.'rry
Unilch, n11111 i. ,l iii, t ,,ilsfiietosy lu i-
Eit llere.


M rs. .Sil initn ,Ste-,'iir.l iiil g tiind-
liutigllter, li-i l.iii',, .Slieiop arill. of
Gi;n iiwville, ciiit .l Ikui l't.esilhly dii> l ii m
i-lttilllil the aonillll < t', Oltity C'Oninim-
.iolner I. C. 1 mu(-i, 1 i I e.'vyvillt.-- Levy
T"li l'n-D- I 111, 1 I I lt 1

a it. lay.i. .N 1 i I 1.t ieriintt-
l l.11 of itle "" -. I .. I ii ty'r lt rinLtehSt
e'I r r" ri;. .i i, -i i i.'tl ii. ic-. avi li rt'Ii rdil
iia va-ii ineir hli;ghl riing which lie i
laindlllig lto )l)LI ft' ll.
Wants a tiuor.--ri'ie Cable Pl'inio
< oniianiy winwi t Ii,01,l it gootid iano or
orgain tor i good hii)gg;y holSe. For fur-
itilr ittillticu.s rlll tla.i A. [L. Reeder,
lotral millg>:r. .i;, %V\'t I Coin t Street.
i '.iuei villl Il.I,. I IS -ptliin.
Dr. MI-".tr-, ilth 1.i ili. .tiltor of the
Ihloii hi t'lhristiain A,.it .' dilliverii two
vCeIy fhint hrrniitiH it l Ale ethlthdit
churcls 'uiidat l)r lMiore it one of the
ii'stt elolimient hpci'alktr.t ill the State, rand
it i i na Pt rpi'it lihiie ti, helar hlil.- .Levy
'1 Iniies- 1 'i'Wi'crat, (i .'
J. A. llh llin v it ,i l I'tmilly arrived
rii.t'lt lay fm l like it .-, il will i iia ke
nliiineavill e thiclr MIittir liirit. MIr
I'Illoway i. at pi ii il t. I rnrgaiii dealer,
RVi.l couin s toL til i ci' t i n' liilto In .lli
i''-i. To 'l'le iSt I i i nI Mi llowllily
rairl "1 Ila 'e ;i ya ili.,, -c r im l1.l 1;
lhae I t ltinI in h i l' 4 herli-; I ld v riot
mtint liiin grow up im'1 p i ti ;cis-htli itl
an alto in tI'.vin. l 11. I ,it-'liian coiiiil y
not gieile dl, I w il'l ii'A iv. l.i h 'iited
heree"
Mii. W ,1 111 aii d Ilittle niinl,
Willie fA-, Jr f It lrtin-1. I. wlii ihave
lieen visiting reli ii" iti 'il frienirin lit
Ilgh l Sprlunga ri'.r- i,, Cot' ity We-hies-
'Iris, ciiCcolniitiiilt byI X Mi1i A. I. -Sini-
niers an-lI little .i',,;lilter, nf lllih
.-prillim Tii. lI .l. r i tli.-I 1 .. i 9m with's
,.ullery and hod pl.u'I,,. ..pl', of the little
i1 n-a Ullide, ani 1 i tIiih- ifilrn imi Mrs.
od iwlin tl,:part !dI for ia,-i lioi-i it atll ar-
.iel 1, i ld .M i-. ,Swii'iiii,eni relilrn d to
1 Ui Siprnig H.

W etiOr iDry.
Ves, wet )or i-rv, Al.hrliri iinly will
.stiy ill tie Itll I. ( t' la, their it. tii l-l I i il thl itl -lie. were
.s t, but slie pro' pi-red when atnllm)iii
,%cre her gre0at-est tii" i e, ii n il u iw I I hii lite
Is .Iry, ju-t wiatlch h, 'go forwnu.Il.
ii the rural ilistriLn ,clt ltlhu -nitittyv the
people ire proplieromii aindi ino either
roninty in .lhei Saie ti m- *ii Iniry proiper-
octin townsI in it. N., ouh.ir county has an
utiany fine acluld l iii' li r1,t ait ourn hae,
and this i A sure sigii of lite rig;it kind
of prosperity. .uitlt leie how things are
ll Waving Itrem illn r,'lu:lil|le it toIildl
a irprisc litine o>f )tor v-i *-:ttizelizs if they
,llould take a stroll ii-.'iilnl town riild see
tile new lIuihliiugr..

Butirsness Meeilng ,
ti'rli r ,il lI a hiumtiilnss mi;eetiiig of the
Westmiinster l '-ag;ue .t tdie I' Irin Preaby-
tivilis church-li .lta 8 'tliiig at 7 o'clock.
,li, nituili-rs of the Lteaue, and all the
youngit i(ople of the hLliLurch tire urged to
he preenut.


For Sheriff.
To the Vote'rs of Ain. hiam County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of She-rif, sublje't to the
action of the next DenmI ratic primary.
If elected, 1 prunniaie i dilslcharge ihe
lutiles of the office to thA very best of i y
ldUlity, anlt I ilici' thil- ippupost f all
voters at the l lle.
V. C. II*Ous.


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SiChamberlain, Ex-Member of 7 "" .41. IJ-,-,
PY British Cabinet in Glasgow. l m ortnt emmvryent

of Bach Day.
', DN N E -rTho Illness of JurorNMilton Sharp
FR KEE TRADE D Ude played the Tillinan trial Tuesday.
____ -The feature of thd- Ernest Hay'
wood trial at Raleigh Tuesday was the
i ltlsher's Campaign, in Attempt to ronat given tt.e attorneys for the state
Uphold His Protection Policy, of by Judge Peebles on their tactics with
S' Great Interest to His Fellow The defense's witnesses.
C ountrymen.-Nineteen new cases of yellow ro.
S- ver were reported at Laredo. Texas,


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WOMAN DEFAULTER


Makes Way With Large Sum
of Employers' Cash.


ENGAGED IN SPECULATION


Amount of Alleged Stealings Aggre-
gates $50,000-U. 8. playing Card
Company the Loseaf--Plan of
Operations,


-. --- Tuesday, but physicians Insist that the Marle Layton -Johnson, aged 39
Joseph ChambinLrialn set out froin disease Is. on the decrease. There were .years, th, wife of Albert M. Johnson,
S.lrnpingham, Engliand, Tuesday y morn- three 4daths at Minera. a dentist of Larobmont, N. Y;, with an
$tlg on his fleal ciampaignii, anid every -Thotpas Footo, a farmer living offco I; New 'Abrk city, was arrested
,.. Iem6nstrallon of Bgood will from his near Mobile, committed suicide, using ou warrant specifically charging her
fellow iowusoin. IHundreds gathered poison, knife and gun to complete the with klgrahd larceny of $2,000. The
at the ralload station and alternately Job. total amount of her defalcations, how-
atrnGely -Natural gas has been found ner ever, may, it is said, amount to $50,-
sang "'lo)r He's a Jolly Good yellow," Huntsville, Ala., and experts say the. 000.
andl shouted "Good Old Jpey' and "The supply is sufficient to feed the city for The complainants are officers of the
Country's Wilh You." fifty year. United States Playing Carit Company,
/ -At Berlin, it Is reported that there with home office In Cincinnati, and a
A dispatch from Glasgow, Scotland, are many plots to kill the kaiser. Near- New York branch.
says: Whatever may be the opinion ly every day a would-be regicide is ar- Mrs. Johnson, whose maiden name
held regarding the great question, rested. Wag Marie Layton, was'bookkeeper In
'which Mr. Chamberlain (recently re- -The Rhode 'Island republicans the Now York office, and In addition
signed from the British cabinet) has have nominated General Colt for gov- acted as private secretary to Manager
raised or the probable issue of lsis ernor and Indorsed President Roose- R. H. McCutcheon. She was married
campaign, It Is generally admitLed that velt. to Dr. Johnson in 1901, but did not
be has opened it in a masterly man- -The members of the First regi- leave her position after the marriage.
ner. mont band who refused to play in the In April of this year discrepancies are
As though Inspired by the knowl- centennial parade at Chicago because said to have been discovered in her
edge that the practical collape.3 and of the presence of non-union muslclans accounts, according to the statements
break of the unionist party left him in will be dismissed from the regiment. given out by Inspector McClusky, and
mole possession of the field, he spoke -Wilson B. Bissoll. postrumastr an examination is said to have -reveal-
ith more than his customary energy general under Grover Cloveland, Is ed a shortage of $10,000
4id persuaslveneas. dead at Duffalo,"N. Y. The woman's modus operandli la said
It was an inspiring scene within the -The dividend on the common stock to have,.beon as follows:
% hall in which he delivered his speech. of the steel trust for the last quarter The account of the concern wore
.Every cornel of the auditorluln was Ifas bepn reduced from I per cent to kept in the Hanover t'ational bank,
S 'llptked with men and women, ohehr- 2 per cent, owing to the falling off there being a New York antd Cincln-
SIng, singing and waving handkeorchlefs of business., natl account there. Cincinnati would
as the chairman, Sir Matthew Arthur, e send a bill of goods to Now YorGc
led Mr. Chamberlain to the platform. -M..Lebaudy, the Frech multi-mll- which would be sold for $3,000 and
A distinguished company of peers llonalre, plari th.e establishment of a that amount would be placed to the
and members of the house of commons negro empire in Africa. He hopes to credit of the Cincinnati account. But,
'was present, with a host of ladles, in. get many subjects from the southern it is alleged, -Mrs.. Jhhnson would
eluding Mrs. Chamberlain, in the re- "tales. charge the New York office account
S 'erve'd gallery. --At the hearing in Now York to with $5,000, taking the different her.
'- After the presentation of lengthy force the trustees of Mrs. Maybrick'l -self. To make the account halance
trades statistics, Mr. Chamberlain said anceutor's estate to an accounting a she would thou raise a mall bill of
that It the colonial trade did not In- shortage of $75,000 was disclosed, goods hilpped from Clucinnati from
i rease with the population of the Uni- --Ti tod States Senator Platt, of say $9 to 12,000.
,I ^i' ilhgdom, with the decrease of for. New York, announces that on October Mrs. Johnson was discharged from
R tiade, Great Britain would sink 1 he will wed Mrs. Janeway. Sena- "the employ of the company in April.
.- 1 -lit a .fifth rate nation, and her fate tor Platt is 70 years old. Further Investigation was made into
W9uld be the same as that of empires --qourtmartial will convene at Den- both tle New York and Cincinnati ac-
0rf the past. ver to try charges of corruption aifd counts, with the roeilt, it sl naid, that
Speaking of the consequences of the grafting against omcers of Colorado the defalcations now amount to $33,-
S'$ resent policy to this country, Mr. national guard. 000, with a possibility that thoy may
SChamberlin pointed out the loss of. -Near Berlin, Germany, Tuesday at roach $50,000.
th9 i plat trade, and said if they elctrlet car was driven at the speed of Detectives w(,nL to I.archmont Thursg
So have rftered the United States 125 miles an hour. It Is hoped to at. day night to arrest Jier. out fotind the
."vautoges to leave the trade alone, it tain s4111 higher speed. Johnson horn locked up. and from
u ld have been retained. The result neighbors It was J.arned that all thlu
1 *,',L. a Policy, the speaker claimed, -The trial of Sam Johnson, the no- furniture had been packed apparently
', t be the entire loss of the colonial gro preacher charged with Ihu robbery ready for .removal. The detectivos
a de, while, on the contrary, with of the Misses Battle, occurs in Warren then watched Dr. Johnson's itlcc on
', prferential treatment, the United county, Ga., superior court this week. Fifth avenue, and arresaled Mir. John
,.."Kingdom would cApturo the foreign Sensational developments are expect- son as she was leaving the planc In her
trade with the colonies, and give em- ed. husband's coipaniiy.
ployment to additional millions of -Instead of less than $500,000 beolng It Is said tha Mrs. Johnson opecu.
Workers. spent on the new Atlanta depot prop. lated in Wall itroot and ,iot consider'.
D Very, nearly $1,000,000 will be expend- able money tcre.
DEPRIVED OP BOTH HUSBANDS. ed on improvements.
,-At Louisville, Ky., negroes attack RAILROAD TRACKS TORN UP.
Peculiar Hebrew Matltimon4al Tangle party of young white men, members
s Settled in Baltimore Court. of boat club, and one of the negroos Seaboard Air Line Makes War on the
.3 A curious matrimonial.copuplication killed Robert D. Burdine, a well known B. and B. at Oolina, Georiga.
I: ba been fully settled by Judge young man. Thursday night habit 12 o'clock, the
S hrp, at Baltimore, granting Samuel -Hon. A. T. London, member of the aboard Ar Ln Railway mny
t tAlabama legislature front r,. ran a special train aInto Ocilla, Oa..p nd
Oren a divorce from MarIe Roydon. county, has read a sensat a short fmo afterward to tip the
Last October the couple were married- fusing to accept pay for days re did tI frack of the Brunt'I-e anti Itiring.
S As the couple approached the altar Jo- not work. lam railroad wheru it crosses the Soea
seph Goldberg, formerly a suitor, slip- -Martin Sharp, one of the jur-ors in Before the work of remoIng the
ped a coin into .the girl's hand, and, the J. H. Tillman case, was taken Ill crore th'ot of removing uto
according to old Jewish custom, claim- with bilious fever Sunday fer hln f i coluploln d i obrs, of til
ed her as his wife. The incident croa- -Colonel Leonidas Willllam Sprilt. ruswick Eineer robslgham, of what
ted a senasoiu bamontg the crowd in a member of the South Carolina se ts whose taking p tlce. Cupusaln Roberts,
the synagogrc. but the rabbi concludt- son convention, died in Jaclksonvillo, accoipnlod by lnrol:i litull, hurried
ad to marry tho girl to Oron, Next Flt.. Sunday. to c lo -s mrl uicmoi hr-
S. day Goldberga hand the girl eloped to Suay to the crossing and it(cc.cldc(I In ar.
dayBoston. a Charges against Colleclor A. R Crm. resting W. Hale, of Savannah, who It
S Oren tried to secure a warrant for zen. of Porto Rico, for accepting pros. suporleitondcnt of tial division of ihe
i thOren triret. Falling a warrant for ont rfromi importers, will be invest Soaboard.
githe rl's arrest. Failing It this he gated. Tho balance of ieo c(rowdi cscapetl
,.went to Phl!adelphia and consulted a Th lancof crowd ecpe
I. mber of orthodox rabbis repocting -Soldlors at Canip Young, West at that time, but returned about day-
number of orthodox rabbis respecting
the case. Meanwhile Goldberg and the Point, Ky., had a day of rest Runday ilglht Frlday morning, when tweniy-one
i. girl returned to Baltimore and went after a week's marching over Ken- of Ihen1 wore placed under arrest.
'.to live with Goldber's parents. Gold. tu(ky hills in their maneuvers. Lato Friday afternoon the prlsoncrnt
berg contended that the girl's mar- -In a fight between socialists anti all waived preliminary hearing and
S rageo to Oren was null and void and annichists, at Barre. Vt., Sunday. one gavo bond to appear at those county
that his own was binding, because she tian was fatally and another one se- court to answer to the offense of
w'vas forced to marr f ninn .b lO,-. rionslyv Wounided.f T he narchisnn arhul ,nl,, nlidol'loaner and to the utlInerioltr courtt .


rents, up the socialists' meeting.
The case was finally submitted to a -The Honorable Artillery Company
council of Jewish rabbis, who decided of London arrived at Boston Sundiay
that the girl had to be divorced from There was a grand parade through the
both husbands. streols.
PLOTS ARE VERY COMMON. -Memorial services In memory of
PLOTS ARE VERY COMMON. Sir Michael ierbert. BritIsa antbassa-
dor to thio ltnilteo( States, who died,
bally Arrests Made In Berlin of September 30, will be hold at Wash
Would-Be "King Killers." Jnglon.
The deparliiciti of police n berlin, Steamer liackloy capsieos luring
Germany, halls ,oINlel w tliit aslonish- a squall n lake Michigan and eleven
rnent, tho several- Instsance- reuiily of persons are drowned.
danger to the ilfe of Prm.let HoIi I)ose- rson h r rowned.
velt, only wondering that tt-.v have A slight shock of Carlhqiukht wai
been so few. Inquiries allow tiat the folt at St. Louis Suiday ullht. Nou
arrests of persons suspoc(tid t r *o. damage done.
signs against members of tho Imiirial -Suow fell in Minnesola Sundny,
family average oneo daly In Borin The t first of the season.
arrests are rarly reported In ltho -Turklsh and Bulgarinn troopul flghi
,newspapers, for tih, authorities bllh've at Demir-Kapla. both shies alUalSinilng
that the neorie tin.titi of such ar. losses. Bulgaria is adopting nieaanur,,"
rests prompts Ill- roiutultd uindits In ofr a warlike nature. All cavalry lias
plan killing or Ieil sBo\

N., FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS

':. Offered for Capture of Negro Who
|. Killed Policeman Drasbach
'".. :' The state of Georgo l :unl ilu' ,1ltv
w of Atlanta ofrnr a rewarild i $2r., ,.i, i
or total of $510, fur ihu tut *'- n.t, ,1,'
tention, ipi any safo Jail In aniy o tuul i
from which bo can bo extratii,.I. if
John Harris, colored, who untUul-i- ,'.
Patrolman H. C. Drasbach in Atlanta
a-, on the night of October 3, 1903.


-Tornado visits i Wiscontsien nt
many buildings at Plainfilod destroyeil.
Several lives. lost.
-It Is reported at Salonica Ihat
Bulgarians have burned twenty Turk-
ish villages in the Ralqig district. In
Ihe large village of Bonllo -two thou-
Rand Turks were killed.
-Chamberlain Is to speak In Gins-
t,,w Tuesday night and tickets to henr
hinm that were issued free are selling
I at $tI apiece. No cabinet annoutncn-
iPcitiR yet made.
-Itht at political meeting at West
Mfnitlu. Ireland, when John Redmond
deinotun. 1 tJohn H. Parnell as a traitor
to Irich utit'y.
-A nIw cabinet haq been formed
In Serilaut
-The Hllingarialt cabinet crisis is
duo to the enforced wtsothoeQurtinna
language In issulAUing orr tothe Hun
garlan- contingent In t i'Austleo-Hlunga-
rian army. .
-At the trial of .Jp, TIman.. aat
Lexington, B. 0.,.' WStiL*1 dsy day

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to answer a felony charge. The Bruns-
wick and Birminghanm train from Ir.
winville to Brunswick crossed on the
old Ocilla and IrwinvIlle crossing after
only a few minutes' delay. All (gher
trains are running on time.

MANGLED IN COLLISION.

Four Railroad Laborers Meet Death in
Accident on Southern, Pacific.
Four railroad laborers woreo killed
Monday. andt thirteen were injured. two
of thom probably fatally. In a collision
betwoon a work trains and two car
loaded with Iron that were sinnuding on
the trick at tho southern ent of
Chatsworth Ynnl tunnel, oi, '"no Soulnh-
orn Pacllec railroad.

District Attorney for Delaware.
President Roosevult. Monulday appoint-
ed John W. Niolde United States dis:
trlet attorney for Dtlawanre.


an I tlo bailiffs Pre condemned i as
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north of the city, and that experts
have eatinmated th. quantity sufficient
to rupply Huntsville with fuel and II-
luminating gas for a pbrlod of fifly
years.


RUSSIA IS NOT YET ALARMED. FORMER POSTMASTER DEAD.

Japan's Intention to Send Troops Into W. A. Blssell, Who Served Under
ThKorea Not Unfriendly Act. Cleveland, Passes Away In Buffalo..
The Ruselana govern nt has tatle Wilson S Illssell. former postmaster
kownt that Japant's uIobl'zaiion of gentoral undc, the Cleveland adminia.-
troops for transportation ton Rorta tration, died Tueaday night at his
does not, up to ith present, consiltuto home in Buffalo, N. Y.
an unfriendly act against Russia, At The end came easily and peacefully.
thel same time the Ruslsian government Dr, Drewitt Sherman, the physician
Is being kept fully advised as to the who has been attending him durtfig
extentand nature of Jlapan'l military his recent IlInesr, and members of the
and naval mobliati family were at his bedside.

G0N. BRADLEY JOHNSON, TO FIRE UNION MUSICIANS.'

Noted Confederate Fighter, Passes First Regiment Band In Chiloago Will
Away at Rook Castla, Virginia. be Dlamlssed from Service.
General Bradley T, .Johtnson dlid, The members of the First rqgtment
early Montilay morning at the home of band of Chicago who refused to play
his son. Bradley $. Johnson. at Rock In the recent centennial parade- have
CAstlo. Va. been recommended for dismissal from
At the beginnilng f'ttha war between the regiment. They refused to take
the states, he orjtiid a. L.d' a 'part In the para 0ee.aus tethe marine

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permit l resolutions unanimouEtly
adopted by the board -of directors of
the Atlanta, Go., chamber of commerce
Tuesday afternoon.
The grand jury Is urged In the same(
resolutions to -pugh sttll further its Ina-
vestigation; good citizens, and espe-
clally employers, are urged to bring to
the attention of the grand jury perse-
putions of. which they have knowl-
edge; the press ie requested to bring "
the nefarious practices to the attentlia
of the -Georgia .legislature, and -tha
representatives from Fulton coun-y
are urged to secure such legislation isa
will stop the abuses..
Following-lsethe full text of the rrsa-
ofution unanimously adopted by the
board of directors of the chamber:
"Resolved, by the directors of the
Atlanta chamber of commerce, That
the Illegal, extortionate and oppr',ssive
practices of so-called loan i. intM,
which have been described in thy pub-
lic prints and brought to our attention
by members of this chamber, are de-
serving of the severest condemnation,
and all good citizens should aid the
grand Jury in securing evidence suffi-
cient to convict the guilty parties. We
earnotly call upon the grand jury to
spare no palns In this important
work, for the breaking up of this busi-
ness means the emancipation, not. only
of hundreds of the humble poor fI l
eluding many worthy working women
and honest, but unfortunate servants),
but of a very considerable number of
Industrious and promising young men,
who, because of Inexperience, have
fallen Into the clutches of remorseless
loan sharks.
"So oppressive has this practice be
come that numerous cases have been
cited where men have boon driven out
of town add their families deprived of
support by the persecutions .of this
class of creditors, and it is not Infre.
quont that an otherwise promising ca-
roer has been blasted by such prac-
tices.
"We consider It the duty of all good
citizens, and especially of employers
who may have knowledge of such
facts, to present them to tho grand
Jury without delay, in order that It
may make its work thorough, remove.
ing this scourge which IE. afflicting the
hlumble poor of our city.
"Resolved further, That where ball-
Iffs, or other officers of court have
been guilty of Illegal practices in push-
ing this nefarious business, they
should be prosecuted to the full ox.
tout or the law, and we trust the grand
jury will not neglect that. feature .'I
the matter.
"Rousoved further, That If tho pros-
ent law i defective on this subject, we
urge the press of this city and tho
rupresontatlves who may he clo.eien
from .tils county to bring this matter
to the attention of the Georgla Jogls.
Inteure at Its next term anl secure such
-gislarlion as will out a stop to this
practice."

CONVICT QUESTION ADJUSTED.

Georgia Prison Commission Makes
Satisfactory Concessions.
Members of the Georgia prison com-
Insslon and county commissioners
roum flie various counties which have
a iplld foir felony conuvits u;;drir lhi-
new convict. law have ngrOedi on rules
amui regulailoiu and mothlods tnider
which o the convicts are to be workMd.
The agreement was reached Tuesday
morning after a lengthy conference In
Atlanta.
There is no longer any dissension.
aud the report of the comrlttioe ap-
pointed to confer with Ihoe prison cont-
mission was unanimously ndoptled.
Both shiles made concessions and now
everything Is harmonious.
According to the agreement the
counties are allowed to provide their
own guards and designate their own
whipping bosseo provided the prison
commission. I? notllfled In writing. The
commission further agrees to allow the
county to employ any physician they
want to if that physician should make
a written report of the Illness of a
convict to the county authorities and
uthe county nuthoritios report In turn
to the commlialon.

HUNTSVILLE IN GREAT LUCK.

Natural Gas Found Near Alabama
City Sufficient to Last Fifty Years.
The Now York Alabama Oil Compa-
ny has made formal request of the city
council, of Huntsvllloe. Ala., for a fran-
chiso to lay pipes in the streetsol and
supply the city with gas.
The p-t.iton discloses the fact that
the comflany has struck a flow of nan-
ursl gas In a 700-foot well 14 mltes


more were unable to gain admission
There were scenes of wild excitement
within the building and a great crush
In which many were hurt outside.

EYE-WITNESSES SCARCE.

In Trial of Ernest Haywood for the
Murder of Ludlow SkinnDr.
Twenty-five witnesses were exam.
Ined Friday In the trial of Ernest Hay-
wood, at Raleigh, N. C., for the murder
of Ludlow Skinner. With the excep-
tion of two witnesses, none testiled to
having seen anything of the killing
until they were attracted by the sound
of a shot and saw Haywood with his
smoking revolver.

- WELL-KNOWN GEORGIAN ILL.
-


Jolonel Usher Thomason Stricken at
Army Camp In Kerntucky.
News comes from the army camp at
Howard, Ky., that while riding with-
the troops of tee Blue Army out of
Camp, Young Tuesday Colonel Usher
Thonnason, of the Georgia National
Guard, who Is at t he eeamilapent
With Lieutenant Col.el Harry Sllveor


AFTER THE LOAN SHARKS. 'AFTER ROOSE

,tlamta,, Geergl,.- Chamber of Com- 4 ,- ..'-'. -- -:I-
mrce Upholds Grand Jury In _
8ome Satho- Rand ..utlone. Crazy Man, Armed With Pis-

T.e n h.r.a and justice curta tol, Sought President.


FOUGHT WHEN ARRESTED


The Combined Efforts of Pour Police.
mer Ware Necessary to Finally
Subdue Him-As Usual, the
Man sla a Foreigner.

A Washington special says: Two
desperate cranks were arrested In the
residence part of the white house
Monday. Ouo was Peter Elliott, a
hfivilj armed Swede, claiming to be
from Minnesota, and the other a sail-
or recently dishonorably discharged
from the United States navy.
Elllott' misslou to lia white house
was of a hostile nature, for whon trap-
ped by the local policeman on duty at
the executive mansion, after having
eluded the secret service men at the
reelsident's private office adjoinlng, he
made a violent attempt to escape and
severely wounded one of the policemen
who assisted in his final capture.
At the white house an effort was
made to suppress the details of the
affair, fearing that it might incite oth-
ors to catch the crank fever, in vlow of
the fact that within less than week
five dangerous cranks have been ar-
rosted quietly at the white house.
Four days ago Elllott sent a letter
to the president, demanding an. luter-
view. Aerompanying the letter was a
photograph of thp sender. Private
Secretary Loeb at once recognized the
communication an a "crank effusion,"
and accordingly turned It over to the
secret service guard on duty at the
white house.
Early Mondtay morning Elliott up-
peared at the president's office and at-
tempted to force his way into the
president's room. Doorkeeper Leof-
ftier said the president was engaged
and requested Elliott to wwrite hie
name on a card. Elliott was too cun-
ning to be caught at that moment,-so
he hastily took his departure, saying
Lhe had not time to write cards. In the
meantime the secret service guard
had been notified that the man they
had been notified to keep a "bright
look out" for had been there and gone.
An hour later Elllott went to the
president's manison and forced his
way by the ushers at the door and
demanded an Immediate audlonce with
the president. Policeman James CIs-
cle and George Parkcr, two members
of the local force detailed for duty at
the white houboe, Instantly recognized
Elllott as the man they had been or-
dored to look out for.
They politely Invitqd him into the
nate room, where Chieof U 'or Stone
make his headquarters, and there hi
was closely questioned by those two
experience ll officers. He at once lie-
came desperate and attmcnpted to es-
cape. Reinforcements came to the ac-
sistanco of the policemen, and the
struggling prisoner was hustled down
stairs for transportation to the near-
eat police station. In the meantime a
van from the house of detention had
been called to the white house Instead
of the regular patrol wagon to avoid
excitement.
Fights Desperately.
The capture was made so quietly
that nothing might have been known
of II outside of police circles had not
Elliott made a desperate attempt to
kill his captors in the van. Although
lie had been hurriedly searched at the
white house and pronounced unarmed.,
he drew a revolver on tho officers in
the van, and when that was wrenched
from him after a severe struggle, bhe
drew a knife and attempted to carve
his way to freedom. The two officers
In the van with him succeeded In over
powering him, but not until 3fflcer
C('lse had been badly cut In the arm,
nni Elliott was considerably used up.
The prisoner andt the wounded officer
were taken to the emergency hospital
for treatment. Elloltt continued his
ravings nnd sail he was after revenge
and he Intended to get it.

Populists Take on Big Bill.
At the convention of th'o Independ-
ent people's party, hold In New. ork
Monday night, William- S. Devery was
nominated for mayor.

M'CLELLAN AGAINST LOW.

Tammany Hall, New York, Names City
Ticket in Boisterous Meeting.
A New York dlIspatch says: Charles
IP. Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall.
carried through hid program at it-
democratic city convention held at
Carnegie hall Fridlay night. The dem-
ocrats named George B. McClellan for
mayor, Edward M. Grout for comp
troller and Charlos V. PFores fur pro
Ident of the hoard of aldiermen. Thou-
sands crowded the hall and thousands


YELLOW JACK STILL PIDEMIC

But CQndlJlons at L..alef Ta-x, Show
Some Improveshnt
Th elelow fever *s m*V sviktaic In
Laredo. Tex., bdut n the ,o the
eftpertw the ty i-


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Atlanta Terminal Company Will Ex-
pend Sum Originally Stipulated.
According to an Atlanta dispatch,
the entire sum originally sot aside to
be used iu the erection of a depot and
lhed and making other improvements
will be spent
Considerable dissatisfaction was ex-
pressed when It was known that the
depot proper would cost only $350,000
It is possible that new bids may be
called for on the shed, but in the case
of the depot building, the money will
be spent by the contractors in chang-
!rig the specifications to make the
equipment elaborate to lavishneas.


THREE SPEECHES BY BRYAN.

Nebraskan Helps Out the Democratic
Ticket In State of Ohio.
Hon. W. .1, Bryan spoke three times
in the Interest of the Ohio state ,:emo-
cratic tisket Monday at Napoleon in
the morning. Oak Haruor in the after-
noon and at Sandusky at night. Large
crowds heard the democratic leader at
each place. He Indorsed the candi-
dacy of John H. Clarke for the United
States senate.

SEEK TO OUST NON-UNION MEN.

Street Railway Strike Seems Inevita-
ble In the Windy City.
A crisis in the relations of the Chi-
capo City. railway and Ito union em-
ployees, whicI may rsult in a strike,
tas reached, Monday when General
Manager MNOuloleh refused. the d-.
0d k o ilS d eitfPa .tof i0loy10 ,
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; INDIT!EGNTS GALORE

Is GI t of postfflee Soandal Vrag-Net
Hauled by District rsWd' Jury
at 'Washington.

A Washington special saye: Fifteen
new indictments were brought in by
the grand Jury of the supreme court
for the District pf ColdmMla Monday as
the final result of the investigation in
the poatoffice department. Several of
these findings were against persona
who already have Dnen indicted. The
new indictments Involve James N.
Tyner, the late assistant attorney gen-
eral for the postofilce department, and
his aselstant, Harrison J. Barrett;
James T. Metcalf, 'superintendent of
the money order system of the post,
office department; Norman Metcalf,
his son; Harry riallenteck, president
and general manager of the Wynkoop,
Hallenbock & Crawford Company, of
New York, the firm which for several
years supplied.the department with Its
money order blanks., ind William D.
Doromus, who is connected with a
house which hba been supplying a
stamp cancelling machine to the de-
partment.
There Were additional indictments
against August W. Machen, former su
perintendent of free delivery; George
W. Beavers, former chief of the salary
and allowance division; W. Scott Tow-
or., who was In charge of a sub-scation
of the Washington city postoffice, and
State Sonator George A. Green, of
New York. In.some cases there were
several Indictenents against on3 per-
soln.
Concerning the Indictmont against
-ner and Barrett, the following state-
moet was made by the postoffice do
apartment:
"Three indietmentl charge Tyner
and Barrott with conspiracy anti two
additional Indictments cnarge Barrett
with agreeing, while still in cit(e., i
receive foes for services rendered, or
to be rendered, in cass pending before
him as an officer.
"The Indictments cite specific cases
In which Barrett, while still in office.
sought or agreed to receive fees, or In
which, after Barrett retired, Tyner re-
ferred clients to him and approved
new contracts at his suggestion with-
out even reading them over."
The charge against Hallenbeck and
the Metcalfs is that of conspiracy to
defraud the United States.
* The new charge against Machen Is
that of accepting a bribe In connec-
tion with the delivery of badges worn
by rural free delivery carriers.
There are two new indictments
against Beavers, one of them charging
him with Aecopting $25 each on a num-
ber of book typewriting machines sold
to the government by Scott Towers.
and the other alleging misconduct In
the purchase of stamp cancelling ma-
chines from W. D. Doremus. Towera
Is also indirted In connection with
the transaction with Beavers on the
charge of agreeing to pay Beavers $26
on each machine. Doremus Is Indicted
for defrauding the government in the
sale of his cancelling machines.
After the indictments were brought
in Harrison J. Barrett came into court,
accompanied by his attorney, who ap-
peared for Both Barrett and Tyner.
After a statement of the case by As-
sistant Distrlet Aftorney Taggart,
bond was fixed for Barrett In the sum
of $10,000 and for Tyner In the sum of
$5,000. The older Metcalf was also In
coutt and his bond was fixed at $10,-
000. The court stated that a similar
condition would be required of Nor.
man Metcalf and of Hallenbeck.

BOOK BIDS ALL IN.

Georgia Sub-Commission Will Now
Get to Work in Earnest.
The time for submitting bids for
books under the Georgia state uniform.-
ity text book law closed Monday at
noon. There was a great skirmishing
of book agents, at the capitol during
the morning making a rusir to got
their bids in the hands of Secretiry of
State Cookl, and their certified checks
which are required deposited with the
treasurer.
Twenty-six companies submitted
bids. With the blds came additional
sample books, and never before were
there so many text books of various
sorts and kinds In the state house.
Saturday the sub-book commission
will meet In the library at the capitol
to hear from the different book men,
one hour being allowed each firm .that
has put in a bid to advocate the books.


A MILLION-DOLLAR DEPOT.


Long Persecuted They Strike
Blow at Fanatical Turks.



TWO THOUSAND SLAIN


Bloody Conflict. at 'imfr Kapla in
Which Beth Bide Lieso Heavily.
Twenty 2Jurkiph Vii.
lag, Burned.

According to advice received In Ba.
lorica, Sunday, t T vty Turkish vii.
ages in the RItasig district hbave been
burned, The large village of Bonlsko
Is sald to have been destroyed, and Its
2,000 Turkish Inhabitants killed.

A cable dispatch from Sofla, Bulga.
rla, says: Berious pews has been re-
ceived from the frontier of fighting be-
tween Turkish.and Bulgarian troops it
Demir-Kapla, both sides sustaining
losses.
In official quarters all knowledge of
the affair Is denied, but the circum-
stantial details given seem to Indicate
that there Is some foundation for the
accounts of the conflict. According to
one report, the Turks attacked the Bul.
garian frontier post. Another vera'in
says the Turks pursued a number of
refugees across the frontier.
It la asserted thit' the Turks fre-
quently have attempted to provoke
hostilities, firing Into Bulgarian ter-
ritory and crossing the frontier u,
steal horses and sheep.
The war office, at Sofia is working at
high pressure and 24,000 recruits will
be called out. Prince Ferdinand has
sanctioned numerous other measure.,
of a warlike nature. All the cavalry,
with the exception of a single regi-
ment, which Is stationed at Sofia. has
been sent Into the frontier distrtels,
where Are also strong forces of artil
lory. Vigorous. efforts are being mide
to prevent bands from crossing into
Turkish territory. Two bands which
were sent back reached Sofia Sunday.
DiSpatches from the frontier r ,ceiv-
ed at the revolutionary headquarters
report that the refugees in the moan-
taine are in a terrible condition
through their pursuit by the Turks and
cold ,and hunger. Many are dying.
Measures are being taken to rellove
the worst cases of suffering among
the fugitives from the frontier dki-
tricts.
From Insurgent sources It Is ropor:-
ed that the Bulgarian villages of Obl.l-
Itt and Kremen have been pillaged anti
burned. Many of their inhabitant,
were' slaughtered. The Bulgarian
quarter of Belltza is In flames. Seven
hundred refugees from Belliza are re
ported to have boon killed in a Turkish
ambuscado near Samakoff, province of
Kirk-Kallase. "

UNDER NAME OF "JONES."

Booker Washington Is Traveling Incog
Among the Frenchmen.
A dispatch from Paris says: Book-
er T. Washington, head of the Tiske-
gee (Ala.) Institute, who is here, has
been besieged by French reporters
anxious to obtain and expression of
his views on the negro question. In
order to escape attention Washingtop
Is traveling under the name 0o
"Jones."
"I have spent some days In Norman-
dy," Washington said, "where I have
been studying agriculture, and what I
have seon is remarkable from all
points of view. The dairy Interests
particularly attracted my attention."
Washington declined to speak to the
French press representatives regard-
Ing his entertainment by President
Roosevelt.

JUROR IN TILLMAN CASE ILL.

Physician Called and Trial la Tempo'
rarely Postponed,
Martin Sharp. one of the Jurors in
the case of J. H. Tillman, was Indis-
posed Sunday and was visited by a
physician, who treated him for bilious
fever.
His case is mot regarded as serious,


and another day will Intervene before
the trial will be resumed.


BRYAN'8 DAUGHTER WEDS. ".

Miss Ruth Links Fortunes With W. H.
Leavitt, of Newport, R. I.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Balrd
Bryan and William Homer Leavitt, of
Newport, R. I., was solersalsed at
Fairview, the country home of William
Jennings Bryan, Saturnay nlfrt. The
chancellor bf the Nebraska Wesleyan-
University, Dr. Huntington, was the
officiating clergyman
The welding was extremely uno&r
tentatious, and was attended by about
125 young people of Lincoln and more
Intimate friends of the Bryan family
The only relative of the groom present
was Mrs. A. L. Leavitt, of Newport.


SAVANNAH PLANT BURNS.

Rourke's Iron Works and Marine Rail-
way Suffers Heavy LoGO.
Savannah, Ga., wpa viaeted Saturday
night by the most disastrous fre It has
suffered in years. The loss fell heav-
Ily upon but one concern, John
Rourke's Iron Woriks and. Marine rail-
way, but It was severe. Mr. Rourke
hlJpself announces his lOi as being
$125,000, with Insurane M little shabort
of $50,000.





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:*.* THE SEVEN ,

.:j TITLE WOMEN, .
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"* Translated From tkhe Poriuguese *
B William S. Birge, M. D. *

* 1 '. .* i< *. .*-
CKlOAR'E snt drceirilv wanitia
S for he'r faI tlzr Ii 1 ro. o rvl'>
tthe tveriI hI the villigo.
3MalyyIeirs of sansitihite in
S lI' shadow bnid l pa,,t .ine,.
her mother hadd kissed lher |Ii i| |in
lba4.cropaed the dark, siloul river 1j a
land of brightness, joy iiil I,.oi, '.
p Marie was almost in ilspilr. for
there whs only a suiiall, lhalnr ihi"f iII
the cupboard, and shli l so feu b.l.t
Oe' *bheu Antonc, lher riml'i'. w' ;i
Ury. '..., ,
r l there was a talitil l nio, at

"OQie~p." said MAll'l.
ITe 1Joor iwung sit louwly opri iauld
seven little woiunii ene'lvil.
"'We' are-cold iand ml ligi.ry," niiII hi,,
eldest, "as we have oiIAu n long itl-
lance; we are very tired mid would
lke to stay nil ilgit."
1 -"You are very welco''( ." ri-iI llIrI i .
rie, after a iuomii-(tt' in'i sirin l., I i in
piled more f'agols oi thetlio lir. 'ln
she divided the Ionf loti h 'v'il I 111irie .
and filled seven tin iiupst wills hpiirk.
Hug water from i spring rl.i'i i-' ,
"I am sorry their I Uno iiiia lI:-ml."
sbe said pleasantly, *'but you art- wtli
comea to this."
In a few moments (lit lbrr:il haInl dis
appeared.
"We thank you very utiels," sgiil nill
tle little women in chiorui uis lthey
gathered around the fire. "Aul if wi
ever havrd the chance we will do tst
mlch for you."
"You are very kind," repllruId IMarle.
I They all fell to lulking, iiiiiu l it w s
not long before MiiAle told her story,
whilh was dreary cl'oligh.
S"My father does not like str r"iigis."
she said linstily, an i he loiil laliglutIng
lld shoultiig of AlltOIt Inulil I 1s 0 I 11i,
colnIpainItlouiLS wtre LiorniL'e oil Iir.I
"'and you imust bo viry quiiit w lit
is In the house. My lied Is poor :miil
.small, but it is a little ltttelr tlinii tie'
bure groundd" she lidded snmillig.
SAntoio wits in it very ill litiiir. lt.-
raved and storilnel an Ioig time; 0inniily.
selzsLig Mllarle, lr* thrust ther n1t 'or
doors, declaring liI would kill lihr il
she qnred to enter 1110 lhitie ighin.l.
I "Others cann phly it thut gau e." x,;
cla'lined severnia lsti' 'le.. uaul4 fast
mnd furlous fell tIhn' Iblowm i of Ili 8'v'ii
lt4leo women. Antolne growledl UavilU'
ly and. releasing his dinughite'r. lirillIt
to his small antnguiilhts, deuiinl henriivy
blows, but they wt'ri wi Hliot anvnllil
Crying out In rage ud terror i A itol'.
seeing'"that his efforts to ('noniller i- ,
foes were In viln, igitoitimottn.-ly lied.l
shouting for help.
Poor Mnarlewept litt(-rly ns h;lio fel'
to the ground. A light snow wao fuill
lag, and the wind swept down' flrIm tllI
luonntnln In whild, lihere g'nt- Sili-
hegil he'r father's ri'hs of I trio'.r ii iiI
saw hlin flee towu rd thlie villinlge., .ll'.
pursued by tLh seveu little woWu>"in. It
was uot long before they cnuiit hnik
and the eldest rang Ia cr:.stinl 1ell. It
was answered 'by It multitude f lIllI.
chliiung through valli., "oul I iii
plain, until the air was lli'edl will 1l-l
siC. A beautiful little coiull dr-twl byty
seven tillk white horses apil''iird. A
footman In splendild livery ol.el i'i lh
door, andi the s VenoII little it L'iii 'i .
companied by Manrle enteri ii lI tlhe'
carrlage rolled awa'ny. )toppIiiiK Ineru'e
ii huge rock, wlilih .tiilnrl'ii.ll often
cllmbed,.the footmnni blew shrill
ahblstle, a door swnig oiili anid l tl
carriage passBed through a long iia vi'll'
shaded by by trees cov-ered with flow-
ers and fruit, until It stoppll'd Ilfori n
stluperb palace, from which eamne the
Bound of music andi lauighlter.
"Her gracious iunjs'sty lis euoni."
sald several voices li ti'y elterod the
palace. ,
"As the sleeping flowers haste to
greet the sun at otne, so we luslh' It
greet her highness, our loved eousini,"
replied the little woieii.
Marie was contchied to a 1ihlillaml (r


hung with' blue nud silver tl" l ,Itly.
The furniture was of Ivory, .rcovri'eril
with blue velvet wroiighit with pearls.
Oh, how beautiful it sill wans!
Presently a tiny il(ly eii't'-ri, :i11l4
making a queer little bow ulId:
"PiaUceSa Lalleua bade mei driss you.
for the queen dilosires to i'e you."
"The queen?" replied Mnrlo.
"Yes," was the reply. "thle q(Iei of
the flajirles."
'Pih, h)w.glad I sliStll io to sei her.",
her eyes sparkling with plenasur: thlin
added humbly, '1I aui nilly little 31rie
Manta and I fear ishe m111 ii l' be
pleased,"
"Ah!" was the kind reply. "hlier nmj-
eaty iS very kind ntd I-wles good cMill-
dren. 'hPrincess Lallel an d her sisters
htvb told how kind you were to tliem.
and how you took cnre of n s)nr-row
that a wicked boy wouilndetl nl I.'flt
for dead and many other things nlso."
"It was nothing," blushed Marie.
While they were talking the fairy
had combed the youtg- girl's hair, re-
mived her ragged clothes and dressed
her In a. robe white nud soft ns the
summer iouds.
,?'[Tnu nni be lke. the fairies while
'here, dhe daid 'as she led her to a mtr-I
ror.
Marl'. scarecly recognized herself.
She Wait no larger tiah her attendaln.t;
her hair hung In burnished waves
tlbolUt.ber walat' her dresp was looped
with epirla and cornl and tiny sprays
h l 1nl er etws'. She'wqs then tkena

1tL- A a y V thrown open andl a
s~*e *'jlrk


I'l'ic wais a sI lit of illmprotil fsrom
thll fii-lios i l Ihlt. ui sd, Io Mnrl' s e's w nll.
i l l" 1 11i.1 ioelllile l ithe illelO took iin s uei t
il. ti-llih i'l liko ii- lus,1 liol4 tii soul ,>iiu'lr-
: ill :ird-,-i. n i l l hi' mIlig It ov 'er hertz
.-. iiiilhlr i-. :| hi'
"AI- lt i ,s you it.- p Ihla we%1 willt
w t'illi ,>vr .o' And lnow, ly lordiL
11111 Imlnl.. :iw\.ly I tho l-d nci O."
l-slillng i,'l '.r.u's wire thriowi open, iud
illm-I' -n u\\ :1 Ilouy Ilil.le i heudliIg lie.
I1lltll l lhl luii(l| i'l1ti- tte IIoIowers lmijl
fin :. wviihi I alnlty f,,r Irli lk lhn liilu'.llv rtri y,%l 1n11 4. All
.is hI ll.t:i llly i ii li. A tIly chline
(of hl'l etl o'lhiI nuiul. nnt1 If Iuy lusi.gle,
ilt- Inll r ti lniii',tl' u, nio rr iiusic
thllrll itl Ilo s tll-t liing ill'. uild lovely
u* il,-lu's i\\lrll'l. In llit diliet,.
A liunrt little genilt-imini fairy in a
violet suitl hIowed to Mtirle., niIail beggetl
her tf linn-, thu uilfexl not with hlni.
.Iusit u.s ti-r.y took thuhlr pines MiarleI
felt liT'*tlf slnlhpik vlolnitly, laidi opieu-
ilog iher eoves slie sitw her father belll-
lilm :inxotvsly ov i r liu'r.
",Miy lilt1 Murlie." 'e excli'tilntel eng-.
er'l, "I f'ared .13- iist1 g11ime to youri
i'ii'r llilmlllr. I llire good n wtit- foli
yiti., dolr'," lI-i--lng her fonlly; "1 have
WrOii i-uv'- th fimAt' :tnis erl't 1 dri1 o(t
fl ili ll i .it p I I. tli ilelt e IIe r laruit F is
griil Iii ill 1. 1io r 1ilu t .'no1m I Iuslel
lislt, nseil t i \v- will to wltilt hin "-
31:i1'io lthi'r w i't 1 1 lulis ulitiut lls nI clf,
will :i phI il ii'is otr tr-is.
"I :ill so t1l-'il!" uuie ir'll Joyouxl.y'.
"Thls. Is In lfe- tini hinyli ( wit'ls tlhe

Ailsl ..li to! I her woVlsiie'rrfl dramiii-
ou' ult's iis iis-r -.hIi>u ,iiir'il.t ukititw which
A.Iliurlil lii .1i .l iil'ii 1ll.y IIN h Ilstiel'iid.
11> k.ipl IsIs wor.l. iiin1 theor IN l1ot n
h:i>ll|li r 1 ir Ii \\ Io lio fIio iil thi ali i An-
1 '11 I 1 i Ihl li l ttlh t l:ll'-l l ltoel.--'\'e:l t'lely
.1Mha ga ziha.

tiIHirv Nio )t01l.'l.
Ni Pip (y v li1r' i 'i. Ith.' i\ rlltr vil.sitedl
Ili I nliu\:tiiilln IsltIl-. Ihi mali ll.in g n
trlil iuiotiil ( w\e n slln1 of Eollii. l it l hh ii'ltlkgrouilliiS we't
lilt, noUilltninl. riclling tip I ho el( lolulld
oiltiii u tit 1 11 lif t'lozell.'ri rnl S lihou tn,
Iiuln I illn i Io'llliin of vurduri. -alnd-
O<,\ilt liy l ..nlinu 1 l i h lowi um tlhe
-tiil t uit(<-i' ill' ll. Ilig o i. w tli lt
vhlul li'tc oit l'i.i''l,."'r ti-cf. mu oisl luu-
uiin 1 IIIt; I lh, illigu *e i'o':ir'hliiiL' ti
tll.' tlvm'i'oi \'iw t (tl.o-wn Iiin th
sliile io I r st. ii lli 1 1 niilhl l 01 0 111 11it
to i IIIrv-it w i'. Ih, 1 i u -4 i pImrfeel
S. l,-'ii' i om f ir l ii.l ill 11'i :dillt In lIh
Irliul of I llf s, ix fe.x i :iI. sl rsigl lt it.S


iilsi' lI l te. Ih In it h u\'hl letI hrltilli
of nir lu e
F:1ill l my gu lil : '"lI o yo live hli-re?"
YI ,.',


A I. I l lu r'i

ph lilnllitlI ( 0 liPveo'"
"What fI'-:"
"T'o woi"; "
'**"i r whit i'
"T'lo di'rn I nNll .'iy."
"*WIh>!t ,ao I wVin( of


t 0n


S l!i


My gr1 urn LiotU m', I n' ml l. rpet munlt'!
l II ll, I o w n' iiy < ,'ll '. I Lu i e n ,Wii m y o wn(i -
li'*1 tild I olu'l weiir i ouv lotlite ; i'li.
liould I work':"- llo'ton Transcript..

IleIllls Thiey liaiav Ilali
tOtiit eXlplorers nt Ithlit Acudiny of
Nstiinl riiit ieIltos w, er' tt lkiign hi n ll
sitrllu i t il t il Ill:sit -t' loy ,hal il itllh i Ill
ti.hlr tr. ilels, iiays tie- 'lilahid l'rlhlmi
im)lord. I limvei fred (ont lMi fu'sh it
t1. elephlnnt lit l t isto. 'onIie l or il,. "iI
Is ofT it 'uli'nri grin. tim i it tiInvf ir It re.
i liuiiltis ltoef. itt kil,thfr foot anid Ihe
tri'ik a IP ir ie most fhlesl ei' IlmP l i'-'.
Oiil, illoili i:iy lY ik ol lo piiiiill' fool
Il(nste, like i ntiia 1 liure Iof l Intlhir. iinld
glue. lout I hlilv in t'-ve'founlld It 1HO 1ln.
pileiislinlt. I linave, wvlt(hertualnii ntlves,
isedl thli fat of the hlppu for blutter.
aid veri'y riihe and ppiverfuli Intler It
makes. A nrilty of rl-ltleh Ils the uiar
row of a youiig gliifrfe. T]him tnsti-.
Ilke' torralin fmlt. A friiud of mine, it
whaler. says that lie hb ean ntn iildl
enjoy ed lie bol'ld tongle. lieart and
liver of tlhe walrun. Anolltol friend
has entln1 nlll&:itor eggs. nud lInd lIe
not known what they were. t"' mlio"b
lett Ibhat bh iiidlt of theton would liuv.
tlnteil like ni ordiinary omelettt,. MOln
key lin often been entorn hy wlilte
ien. nmna n rinlballsl Ic kind of uiucail
it makes."

Gen.rall lRhemain'S friend.
U1OI.i a cetaill oriclltOll #;eci,71h
hlponri a ce grlis't of hiionor it al
bherluet, after which it rLcepption was
held. Among thep Ine ofr people who
filed-in and oilt to shaliko hand with
the great war-hero (enoral Shorailan
perceived a face that was c very nmli-
lar, but which he could not place.
"Who are you?" he asked In nn
apologetic aside, as he welconnol thie
gu'ot heartilyr.
Thie man blushed and mumnured be.
bhid f4wtiROSwteiu hand,
"ifd r *fb*,.

1 "L. P8eari throne thickl ttIdded
with diamonds. On tlhe throne was the
0loveliest llttl, creature Marie ever be-
Ihed.' -H dre-ss Was of the Unt of the
iluer letver of a blush rose, a tiny dia-
mondi slurkli-tl on her brow, and a crys-
tal siudl tllb,.il.vltli a blood red ruby
was i l'her mle; of t haaud. The prin-
rcess oLJWedi vtly low as she stopped ba.
for1 tihe thronee,
"Y'uir gliclolis nimajest," she siild,
will is 1 enehitilig blush, "this earth-
<1111l wuas cast out into the bitter lightb
lioii'stie sllie befriended myself anuid al-
fers. For that kind act we took the lib-
i'ty to bring her here, knowing that
yevu ure the friend of the deservlug."
'l'liee A, Sln Itmurintnr- siet as theo
sottud of the fountain's song at even
frioin their uultitule of fairies, who said,
withl olet vole,.
"O1i, beilutiful Queen Alteen, friend
of tihe i4t'srvl'iig!"
Aft'r I.' ,siiliuiusp hna died. away
the lovr'ly qe1ioii i ro1se. aiimid saild ill ii
'voi Ir ',i li I1, s1 lSI I :
SYr1i 11 e i0llso right, lily dlmr cois-
Iin. lI.aidwii li-e iIand uitt rfl bring
hiitiuir livU ssell'sr woveni fromti r:iln-
bht .'-."
'Tils \;Iwas n gl'ilret lioiior, mild he li
'*voui sister's h"lo lo I 41 hi hlily .lh.'s-l mil aiii
liiihiis.irdl grateful tliliiks its thsey
,lolinal lio H iti'fs.
"Andl low." r(nlllnuiil Ithe qiiiti,.
'l-rli Ii snris'rf of o iifhiihue:linm-n aus a ro-
wirtod u tIe eaill'-h.liluhl for her klind-
ll..S ."


CUI, aind lower u pull du'wni inside.
Wl'hen the ia 11 is in i 010l' t rls the
front Iy a C'ord rmnitlinihg ui1p h it ht rllrst
floor. A Flhl0u, to -c Oluprlitd liy a
cord, woiill tant\'vr .is we'll. WIVliolt
the 0sllhlii or t' il-s ls i front tlt tlllis:il
would leie 'r tlio h )iill ih'.lu .sIA l111 1ti iiiul
would atlI'iL: tsi hear lu(u lie L'ihutel.--
F'arui Jourmil.


Danger aor f"als ullAlndliruls..
1'edlrero '.- it liii'ii n i' of ot or evil
In sto.'k -breu-Idihg. I niv'e iever kliniwi
In u'tesSfull bri'li'r of niliy htllinl o
fitock whe o iwns not it emcoi''fl stuiihut ofl'
podigr'es. Ye.t thie I,? 11 of' liroediiug Is
oirown with \\iwr'l' itid faillhlt'u', dlue
to f'il lo sinndlilds of tiue vitle of prLdl.
green.
A good peillgr-o never intkes n gooil
n i8iiliii yet It IN s m Fliillh'uilit ftt'L thuint
n supimror niliuim l ialiost l aiInv l i-tlly
hli s I good i lId ,i'l-tl'. 'hi' its twtl'I 1
iollihiig. I It mt'ulollsi lhlt 1 good lr ,l-
gl'ee i i al psN1 S -ii.hl fhm I.is ur i n it'II I 'olmt'11 IIg
a go d nallihiinlhI. i ltis itliu-i s liit hh 11
Uotdl p11 Allu in Osl .1 lin t 1u i- i 'l it lI 11i
g0oo0 atlihDul. A gA)ilu iPodl''ti: wtllLiurtt
iI good nnhi il l I tt'O hlh-x. f, mind '\tei it
positive Ito ijury. A .-' ui l't p t .-I il [ibro llor
once pilt It, "."Qf nil ltie liu 'utibs iI exist-
Once, idellver ilt- flr'ii th peill gre-d
scrub." Hle wtis rmigtil, for tho jpropo-
tolney that coI lAe f'rom t lit ,oiceilsr -
tlon of blood lnes Is list pii cerliiin to
perpetuate lhadi qunlit Iiem ngoild. Thit-r
Is no greater fullncy In lircithliig lihii
I he asslmolllUou tliit iprialeticnly iilly
kind of a pure livedl orpe ilgreed'inl-
unnl will do. anid that all ithi' uitiilu
bIelonging to aliay pilirl"'iilir liiut.'d ion-
tes l lilgileals t l it i I jcst h 'i'nt1 IIractcrls-
lics of It tt lli-i' l. It i- t Ih il tIld of
creluillly w hlctu fill'liisle- -, iistueiii';-1
for gold lbricks.- t'. I"'. (Cirlli, it 'Ih |
Twentlelth Cm'entury Fr1i'' 'r.
IWrrkluit Iheo llntfur.
It la quite rcoinui OII ii i' to I' lnlul liir11
thint Il no t 'wortikd iil'-ht. I h1i'1o so'nl
n good lutilliy smilipl H I:ltIto thlit If It l:id Ih,, ii unt'tui iitru'uO
%'would hive blCi'lt bi-tll.. (illOne r' Isoll of
So ninny Ilots l) ig lhf'tPf ivt, hi I lh ie-
Hpect ll bLeetaui (, I ll hii l i.it -o
uoiloh snl d liy illi h l iiistrlut'lortH at
dairy convelntionls nill (1d d:ilry tuhiuiol-
albout over-worl'hil unig i ,r, iilid Ilu.' i'V-
sult Is m lny l' iitl;i.r. li:1Ns' .4.9%m0 1 ') 'S-
trcitnis mid do linot wort-i: nllnil. ll
iy opinion bultr lhlst Is nlot wortkedl
enough Is qitlle i t ftuilll a'is' lnt whill hI
Is over-worked. lilnrily Ito iitiuiih 'lork-
Ing Is InJurilouis. Jut 11 1lis1 sli| tsi tooR
little Is defective. In nitil lig good lItu t.
toer tliero are three (-oitilllii s whlilcha lI-
pend largely upoi tHi ilileilkng, ;orli1 10
get nil of tlihese jiut rlghit ri|'luii''H tlso
constant tippIIlilaion llof skillell jiud-
in snt. Tlio first In iiit to I lie o i'srvil
Is adlhasl'eniess. 'l'ls slloulIhll Hi1 mlll-
ilent to case thle Uiitler to tl'lk to-
gether ns one ainss., In otier word. It
slionild be "tWilsy" olil < rul i)lI't ivll-.
oul being stlpky or guti-y. Avoid Ila
being too piorous or i'riiialv. The'i nxt
thing to lie conAidlertd In the' istiloiunt of
water tho butler collttiittu. 'To till
point there Is n uir'hli ttte tion hLhliti
given llit preseit.li. M:1liy lninsi- itvlell
tlhe butler Is ttiloii froni htl r'isurn
more Iluqidl tdllitea I' o I1 lltl prtlcles or
grnannloes lihan Is de ihs'ji lle; this illidiue
share rendt-ring it dlrfsctlv'e. It h1lo4t
not matter whthlierl this nioiltimre 1 i Ill
the slhape of Inittimrnilik. plirt wt tr or _
brine, ain i'xci-Hs of it Is nut \wantelo
and this m1ilulli ilo lU s.1tul.'1 IM ni taken il t
by worltiig. lilenrc, too lit lI 'working h I
nipt to result In let-uvllig to nIiulu'i wiit<'l
In the product. 'Tlihen I..-.!lI tirinkl
It is known that halt Inteinsll llesi o
brings out color In butler, andii while
Ilh salnt Is not lliiiroivlily mixed withb
nil partiles of Ilhe l)utter allke the pro -
durt will., after lahing iindo nip nihowI
light colored streaks. nandl will ha linfo
mottled appenlnrance when cut down j
with it knife. W 'hien nuelh goods are
placed on the market this defect will
be found a serloue one, and will result
In a cut In the selling price wherever
found. To Oliue consumiter motlled
uintter givens he linpresnaion of iiuncleain. -
liness nnl filthy habits li making, and
Is very objectionable on this account.
Other conditions may have more of
less to do with the butter being motb
tied, but the trouble Is best overcome b
by working and mingling the llghte, c
parts yrlth the small till the salt ist
evenly distributed and all become ol t
one shade. People who are giving in'
structions on working butter should I
not be too strong In their denunclation
of over-worklng, for while we are well a
aware that over-worked butter is al$ >
to be saivy and defective In other war s
that which in many way is pot worle.
enough Is alIs deactite la smity wys, -
aid when the two are ipeed4 Op tih
market side by side Utt dBp*w d


*H I4B Wtid-A'WaEK 6TAN, OAINS96VILL L. --r-


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ARICULTTURA


Cliltvt A nd lnlriluis.
That the hen ll tin iiit-my to Ithi gar.
don is true to a t erltlin Iextet. Tli,
fact that she serlltelt's in the a'rdit-i Is
proof that ishe i stee itg, isi'e..ts in-
stead of destroying ihe ilhisi ts. It Is
not advisable, hIowee,r to ullow tile
old lielns Illn til gairdi,, is they will do
dalUnige to the lrowsa l'nd Esivtich oitt
the seeds. It is, however, advistiblo
to allow the little hliIlksn i tlhe garden,
as it Is the best 111tce Ofor then. Confltle
he lihen lin I .ia cop ilid let tho ehlcks
have the lliberly if t(li gard i. 'Tlhey
will ilid a lanrgo iniiber of stiiill i l-
secits, be better lp'otected fromta tli
hawks. andl tan do noi dalmage.-.Mirror'
and I''armer.

A Useful 11int.
To feed a pig oir n itlls in a haseeluuil
do not pour tle liill; down n spoult, for
the insildo of I ho lltter will Son lbea.
i'onie very tilthy nnd hl:urd to clean.
lllake a 'ellite liku that showtvn la tho


No Hair?


My hair was falling out very
fast and I was greatly alarmed. I
then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and
nly hair stopped falling at once."--
Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, 0.

The trouble is your hair
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, Aycr's Hair Vigor
will restore color every
time. 31.00 batle. All dralglts.

If your drugnirlst saniiot *up Il yOU,
send ui oII idullar and so will ozpren
Youl loIti l llte sonu aSl il eo lv Ili u
Of your iipuirest express llrto. Adldrslm ,
J. C. AYF. t CO., Lowell, ua .
-_ _- : 1 --



WEATHERWISE
15 THE MAN WHO WEARS


*,Z3 LICKER5
I .\ A reputation *etendinr over
altty-six youra arcl our
L g uaranrtee ore back of
\ lvery darinment bearing the
\' -SIGN OP THE PFIlH.
y There are manIy, mltaUiona.
"L\\ B' e ure of the mnam
i\ ".TOWER on the bu.tonr&
\ ON$AirVEmYWI n.
A. J. TOWlR CO .OaTON. MAs.u A.
TOWER CANADIAN .C0 LiniteL TORONTO. CAl.


Straighten Your Hair









'13ke the ourH l ont sit, ir.Takt nt eft and Tln r"y
I etit ,Ur
Carpenter's OX MARROW POMADE
(leW&An or liiA 1rioiNia )
1"1 llinlt-' rn0 a i wok-thia t s aIll that a nw'
omsry ,N-ft. 1lkr hv lr anil l, ltmilihy sal, i *ri
tli& r'uiilt%. Mhkffa turn timtair g w.1too.
PRICE. 25 CENTS.
liny It of your drulirlst. r sind oa tie prie'B
AdIra-,, CARPENTER & CO.,
Louisville, Ky.




CAPUDINE
CURES r19 I 8 em. "e" -
ALL HEADACHES '-


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ra lt in S Oirth B ate.
The beat calculation that canni h
madO Ihows that the average inuniber
of O!hlldr In the white untlve familly
a century ago nl the United Btiuteo
wa more than .lx; -In 1830 It i1il
fallen to l eu than ive; In 1800 to lesa
than four; in 187T to less thau three; In
1000, among the "upper elTaaea" Ai
Boston, to less than two.
How'* Thills
We offer One Hundred Dollira RewardfE)r
any oee of Catarrh that cannot be eured by
IN l&'16Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Casnil At Co., Toledo, 0.
We, thounderlgnoed, havo known P.J.Ohe-
p.ly for tholat 15 years, mind balioevo him per-
lectLy honorable In all butiluse trist.ui,'t oni
and fluiano:tlly able tu earry uit aniy oblylig-
lions made by their' rin.,
WseT' & Tnuar.Whbolesalo DrugglstsToleo >,
Ohio.
WAir.v O,i .iNAl Martnvt,Wholesalel)Dr ;-
(toin, ''Toleido, Ohfo,
ltnl1's Oitarrh Cureli taken Itournally, tit.
aIng dlrdtly uptou ntisi ltlid atilt Itousal our-
laoesoortho systo s1, 'Tostlihioalias sent fron.
1'rl'o, S76. per bottle. ohl by all lDruuglg tit
tall's ,'amly I'Pill-a iLe the bost.
'omlli of Lainjrsiaiil'.
Theb E ,iglishI lanigunge., ou'tordlig Into n
Geru'iiman stallslieliat wNho lins l nld1 1
stuity of tihe cotiliii'iillve w'e tuliili of
Innguages, hi'nids tIh"o lit i'-i-h Illh
eiiornious v'oa1ilhl'ry of 2'0ll .)l w1'oil-d;
(Ge:.s'iiilm i tu iItes nlt'ix t, wihlli btio)1)t)
Words; tIlin llnliaii, wjlhi 75.,10iu;
l,'rei>shl, with Il o,000 1 T'lirklsh, with 2'',-
500, tind iSpanilshli. %lls Ll20.0i.
The Cenimry 1 is i aitro a group of
11a111ul0 1 iislet< th ll t itle "'l'r.llls of the
le'lmtuiille"-t-Ihe olibjei t r theu Iolng
Iu ,itll 2l li01ilul n li.y <'x1111 l' ll't .i ii i1'-r
to a few of ithe nimt)i- nrill'nti nlitit nll
ill-rlm !ilt' I lt in'hm-s of Alu t,'iu l'-i n1 ',
Thi Ilio oif erine of llt early iialini'r in
"Thmo Datly Walk of a Walkinlug l l-
galt'e.

At Seductive Odds.
Kiihelr-Itcli lls take i' ings, yoeu

Illotr -Yoe, bit ll ny rnn go Jg "it
a-t Ilii oit ho l"i'tse.-B-lroultlyo i Llfo.


l ,1l it.I (Oi s oinith and every ocs;.ioinl
llr r -i i i llll ea Jll were J Ruill-


li:lii. i''lly Inl ii ,tn lio h irolnrne tlo i lo-
silnyv i. I ilil i.tlltit,, y iirs n e a o.,"
A iFli i. l'ti.\. ill I i1s rent lliduoy
mii ltrd 'llti \\h lii ,1ntli .1%' ell-hel"r will
bai ninllsi lilu :i licli'ttlliUs to Uiny part
of tihe I111itl d S t8ls,,1- AM lllcul iidv'lee
freee; llit-ily I'lui hlhhl ilu i l. Aihireiss lF'os-
ter-Mllsurnii ('. lilfuiil1, N. Y. VFor
sale by ll d-ruiggitsl, pri'o 50 cents
p'r box.

The Day The/ Celebrated.
"M11I-: ('ailri', du yoll havo any
il.ii'. oiii ('lihr lini 'as?" aike
\\' s til lil til ? M\ uillullly nhave


ill'rsiiuli li- it ''li ll' g. If yi ll 'li 1.I t
"I aiiil',oi ti g)l liuillo My miltl'ui
, illn. iiud wo lihtve all oyelytr Slow ani-
-i hit'Ipi r. lfM y gra'i ilna i tilhor WILs liurlot l
I i I11i 3' .l'y," wNaq Ii 8ho aI lling Irlply.
-' liiiln, In OtIt.lboer Lippin-


The Wear arid Tear.
(ranilt 1iml I l a iii i Io i t i t nt 'rt.t''i'gi u ,'it,
til fit 1il'1 r iio nll ll tliU l ii h mi'r frily,
ULnnervt'il, ilsIramughl, by lifo's untall

The ritmpiliig wear atul toar of every
(Iny.


4I1,>,n ",, 1 %1 IIlIiii Isi li.vt no iutol fur llt o -('ln' rr** tt I llak} Ml orlgiu In O Ilobor


Modern Ivorlee. Aniilimsaiador Alidrow 1). Whilll' re'in-
"ri,, nilulndlil (r-ullo'rton o(if mot l'rn lii II-l arin to u onillinuied Iln fullit lr
Iv -ils l I lltho Milou o Ganllirm, PIirit iniiii 'r (s'm o 't Tu ll" hi l i still .,pon to tho public, indt olli. Nll iii, rm will Ito pri'lliil an account
lirlhs lliiany places of rart bonau y, y 'f I)r W itll's Iaelaitfin8s with ri'nln- co
rfnrmilnng part of private collections. illsluiiiol'-.
OnIL of tho nmost not.lconblo of the ex-- --.-- -- --.. .---- --
bits la Frnm t Mtirlce's urtut FREE STUART'S
dlr Inhll,. niado for Prinroe l)nmnloff
In 1854. and now iholonging to Counl GIN anild BU HU
1 llet Will. theo inodoling of tlhe Tni all whokio iiffr,r to the frienadc of those
grrir ia liI, ng or rmniari abl lo grnen wilo l'"'f ir wlii lltIliniy. l.iver, lleart, Blladder
ORtiis org or hil.ol 1lolaIa-. 1-iia liotlB isattile t atulsrt'l
an(I itil-It r ouf osign. Any work iof li ittnl lhiehu. tlsMi imt ioluthfrl Kiil y aid
Ia.vr M lliliu wll be runtl leiplttely rln iIu
this gilfited family la of litterost to i MimnllOi llt,) i.iiitirr. AildreuiTUIAuil
tis, amateur of art. Tho founder of PDtUiou M'l'(U LC i I st.,. Atlanta, Ga.
thie liotise gave that Impetus to artl-.
tli, design of whit4 tioe outcome hass *li */
bulin the produlleloti of the exquisite io U S

jiwflly ihiin lans iI.,,'nh toha rtur Dizzy? Headache? Paln
i1,r 1, th oy(t enftir thin uglyv nirk back of your eyes? It's your
ti, ,ill.n still ugller lranroltls of our livcrl Use Ayer's Pills.
rnminlothrs, who ,yet contrived, ai, Centiy i K Ve all vegetable.
iloir ymithfil iurirali prove, to hoslt I G enld o ars e
ortuitttiilnl in thliir harbarous gaultH. In Sold for t5O years. tA.l& :
inirit it. cm slili I niliolin lbllo n to really e -b' 4
ill.lignire a pretty woman. Their Want your moustache or beard
lranatty irit ii not only abovo tIl had a beanutfulbrownor rlchblackP Use
laitn of millinore anid drossrankr rm. BUCKINGHAM' E
but nven above the rumbhronl and In BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
artlstle (1lptigns of thlen jiwolrn of the nmiwrll,7 -ys i....i.WIM ---.-f-aa i'--
re.'ond quarter of the nineteenth rcon-
Leerdemry

Legerdemsaln."8 A


A man In a cortalt Now 1nglanal
town was noted for telling extravae
gant stories. One evening while loit-
ering In the country store the conver-
ration turned upon feat.s In guning.
The man listened attentively and Int
tllitnr for awhile. then suddenly hoe
cliealmrnel exrltedly: "Wal. boyis,, I
can toll you a queer thing that hap-
pendil to ime the other day. I went to
IRy Beachi hooting when I soee aI
nlC, large flock of yellowlegs. 'Ahta.'
tiyay I to myself, 'now for a shot at
thorm.' So I crept up near by, ratiul,
my K11n to my shoulder, antd fired
nut I aimed Jest a hit too low, andl
they rlz uip and, flew off As I walkleld
along the beach I (ound lw of their yellow legs that I had shot
off."--lploincotti'.

A CYNIC STATICSMAN.
"What 1till you think of my
spoei b7" asul the aspiring young or.


fKflogurtooairbi" 10. or 0 o PLU Da lls,
m rVnr P .) 'cator.
"Not bahl," said the cold man of ex.

l he Effervescent Il o"iivolid a great deal of thought
Stomach Cleanser to It.,
mevaenth CIealas'hes, "Yes, that's a mistake young men
Siiloul .cni, emitipation. aie apt to make. You put thoughts
A&rutsis.,gei*. ne.. 4s, into your Speeches Instead of telling
or by- nsiliru, the a (llence stories."
V.llS by Anlu'a 'TAnMaA'Tlr ra.
1iiaiedl sl WO IlSM *I 1yStreetl. iow'Vorb
E -Tpsk- W 1 11 There it civilization, enllghtenmont
'a i"aThepsIlan'lsEyeWatt. ad economy In good roads. Good
S road lead tp prompt and steady at.
A Personal Bill of Fare. tondance upon church services, school
A Squire, of Andover, once hired a room ilutleu, neighborly Intercourse
brother of PatriCk, who was In his and social advancement. Bad ronad
employ. The terms were made with lead 10o pro'nlty. worry, trials and
Pat before blhi brother's arrival, and tribulations and the loss of teams, va.-
hae following converaatile ensued: icoles, patience, opportunities for good
Squire-"I'll pay your brother ono markets and lots of time.
ifty a day, Patrlek.", r ,
Patrick (bowfuing and smilllask-"Yls,
mor, 'yis, sor, and wfM h ate ithlo IiUl
or will ye fte.him, sor?"' *0
Tihe squire thought that Detlhs ha4
better qat h9Im"elL' 9"tp$ w Ulpplo-
ItO ,L I. I I I I .. .. i 1
Gott% -t ~josd~,,*


MALSBY & C
41 Soult Forsyit St., Atlanta, Ga.


Too Small for Its Age. ALL TIRED OUT.
A gentlenman -who had employed an The weoni'y. Wu'ori-
old coloredl carli'ntor to do a piece of otit, all-tred fes l-
ralther ('illcao caluiet work for hh inihgs cime ti oel'vy-
was ,tL'. iltsol I,'yondl hIll i q p,,l (allolllt boily who tu(Ixe lhit
wlib thdi ri.t.w hhdipyes. N%'lI tho
VVIslilng I slslow hhis il .riu,.,ii t :il ,Il. ili yt .yu o iover-
-after paying th O irl.ri hoLi ,,,I li,,i i lt w,'>rkid thi'y all to (
asked-took from the slidtisanr,! i I..' IC the ildutIes
t;e o eoxiraordluarily fine whIitl..-, it i,,I,, i iims ul ovided
had Jast been sent him in i i lUl I .i i,,i Ii,, it (to do. i
llttip Into a glass. i Ii ,,, Iineye l
'Uncle," hoe Inquired, "have .1lin -\,'r :11 .i., i,, 1 fh -
tasted whiskey flfty years old?" .' si .1,1 fl.-
**Nn, sah, I nover hxs," replied th l i'' il,,lr 't ..r i
old ,lrhky, his voice trembling with hrti. l i,,,i, ,
itlull llpatl ion. s3Y ti i,,.
"'*WVel try that, thon," said his em- Bright's i<, :,. i ..,0 Ixiey Pills
plnyrr, linlndlng him the glass. "and Cure all kldi ,'v ,I ,.-I I,I,, i eand
tell weie what you think of It." ho followiIng rt-n.
Tlie old fellow received it reverent- i't'llin Jtlt lui h I I u.i- nmitlh
ly, soiik one slp, and ralsol his oeye In "iI lii al t r oa't i l I ,. ;
afs. .o n'' K iIlly o ills 1 .1 i .. i1
"'.l, suBh! dnt nm iho'ly do Ie ,es' loat tl y l sa iII ,,i ,
1o r o d is il o v tn H i ll Ii o .' i h 'u g sto i' n Ii C l ii tIII.I 1 *,.
witlh ii n anxisuis t lanri o at the very redh,,i'i ot the piaperi tht ut thei.y -iI i,,
.sllthi ,iinnilty In thlio ginss, "don't .vonu Ih 'O1d ilMe of kId oy tronillo'., tl1,,,, ,I
I1ing. ti., it ani jus' a lii lo small for if i a h i it'ck twith laln imesru s .,. i ii
iit n !.' "lii8 nili, I l lt'nseiltnlt t ho l h holder bthllls.
hi i. plorhlmip noeesleus i nadd Ihilt I| ti mIhl inlerVLtrlti3Vlicic lain1d eolp'|-Ad
e l rlt, I telihlaln hnlid tho oht., lio t IT- Te It. I ti,.d, lii e r.lsnalon to re urt tis i)ouii's
- Oitlober I.lll i ltn at'. iM.i,-1. 1 i iil.i i.uii4 1 I nitlanii wu irii-ias i


FO Ti01111,11 TOJ ANIMWRR Qir.TTIORW.
htrty l lve i nllr Ih1otsltri Itli' -iw irtiv portl to
alla. 'Writl trr now Ib..-k ,i T .iiis-PU-'tlN .
I. TUiLNIR. U(o. 1'&&Iw Am, qi iu). Tsuki




Removes 1ntllwelii In I8 toe0
1 dyI elei'tr a irraitiuit tlsr
L L lvnfre. ,allolndcan ifirirllg
%ite i r Dr.H 1I. oGrosn's S.on .
sp-ei. sclp lla i, lloe B lntBl m .

Glve the name of Wtin paper wtihe
Wvrting to advertslera-(At41.'3)


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*Owre. by Removwng the OamWI
i A TURIH.t -FOLlD tkMKDT fori iiti li e& (0 6 olutl-"
tlonal iloulbl ALets oa iheTLIVs r ea ait!KIDN)YI and
PURIFIES THEr SLOOD

TEACHER MEDICINE 0O.,HIATTANiOIA,TINn. af bellemil re-r


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IhD CUtl for at Wesle l peiun4
on the itmerm' hi. bloated CDlVfr. a fltl "-iobig
ating, liver trouble, allow ska id4 482 No
i sareela Coitlpatlaon ll meoRre ll
illnamamts undl I ong yea r sm l eri l
tr odyr. for youels wTillnevel gt well *i
Sour advice., tair wlt% Canallemwe tJI
adld. Ito sInula Rbleet sslesspeCa.
SAddres swier liO eng IF Gltl
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Engines, Boilers,
Saw Mills"
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Complete liie carried in lock for
JIAMCDIA T seir'ment.uL
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Write usi for catalogue, prices,.
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yo r }liEvery iIlllnea
arlslng from n dis- 'ltlI i oiaciinah la
roiled iOr ii i i f i [,y ihth r us'. tio
conmma un i li s li dill-. ni-'4 rig'iflite
froti the stonliirli II ih iy t ia e nt ely as-
s ri'led tilivtr' IsH no riiiiliton of' ill
hoaltIi tiqt wI ill net it' l) u i tllthil lor
Cured la y" i >l, o,.t'litl uiinl ui e of tlpIna
T'abules. l'lyshti'iina niknoiiw tbhm undi
spatik highly uft tiit. All I druggists
sell them. 'Tlio Itve-chit pi:ckae'tlg i
eno tigh for an ordli iry oic't.u lot, ati '
010 I'Liinlly Iotile., sixty Cen(, cou0uta u
a L1o httblsilil alpi[ly fior n year, On.e V
Ioniortllly gives ro lle'f withnlu tw ut ', i


W. L. DOUCLAS
3.s& 3 SHOES
You can ai&vo Ifrotm $11 to $ yuarly by
wearing W. L. Donglat $J.50 or $8 mliose.
''hiey oq0 il tsllos
thllt llA oe liuoi el .t-


sall otlor ii make.



on4il il prove hr is r ll In
n'or i nl till Ihe hilllth*!
1 rad n '1 i.lAalher namlde.
illt b Ih l i 'ls ll' i'ue 'ti-i. i \ S,
11iilurll l ey IIv lioLI,1ti>. rl, 1llh 1 ti'N. iIhiralllnHl
(Wtilo tirae. W. I. -i ll0iIA lrotM kM. i blie
Wlho Gre neam Ert aniinl e' Line
ACRIOSS FVilgsi Ifll-OIflt
the entire At I
liat.a of -8


An Exception to the Rule.
WVheit I Ielei wnt anbroad lant year,
Il'r many frkinds avtoruod
It wals to road her tlllo clenr
In Hlarke-oa diivo prolerredl

I',-r irl,-i Is a beauty-tall,
W\'ili griy rye's full of nilrlh-
A1'lillie hul, iii'n l's hai nacoullt Is all
A to iotr t li worilu.

Ilit invw sho'r i lick nalin, deositlln
'Tl'o -i-it o lio bie filIl.
Il1r u'w',liih nmis 'oiiils'i .- l, iuiilty I4 ilo1
AR Ipttrlo4s as if oldl.
--l"I'lironio KImimball lluSaHll. In t).LU
FITr ari'n air n)l.

171, .riulsrinuiiurntloiiriel. Np flli,'or l vort'nlis-
nje-i- ri r III-F i lRv'*' l Oi (sii O r. Kllitio'. (Iritt
Ncrv<'ltc'(,tooi',lr. 02trill it ofil II islI Irontlseifr,,o
Lr. ll..11. ilm Lt.l. 11 Arhm lit.,'i.. ill ., Ii.
',iillit riidi oilher mill wNvaste Il nOv
tiir l It |iimpiei'r im iiltingii il T'xas.
)~lru.WiVLiluw'n Somittil iRRymp for nhli'lr on
l ,sil li g, ttoi ho glii unis, roluie, u infliiunn.ii 1 -
I ou ,allieiys 1Al.li.iiril rs wluisitco.lls. a2 '. it little i
A sio kh of Indhln orn .afe up tliiily-
1sit |auauliii4 o 'f w itl'r during Its sehsIlil.
Il-ii'sO(ire forOnun mptiloultIa itn aitalthbl
nmedllInea for ou tA l uad eoldn.-N. W,
mAHuit.,Ouinn tI.rove, N.J ., Feb. 17, lB0).
Fiullce sise inle li irty- live per cent. of
li,.i c-.on..''l5 ri Ili nlay preprnlatonls.
I'trINASi IADir(.t:MI N Dlv.s produce the
Iliti itel nidl fanilcst co]i s,


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T~I~ TW ~A~Wt*~ s~ S~!fIL~; 'PLA. M K *. .i, 9 _ _


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There is no safer or quicker way
to kill snakes than to c-it off their
heads, and this fact should be re-
membered when dealing with the
blind tiger snakes here text week.
There is no sense in s3 mpathising
with a known criminal t( the perjur-
ing of one's self. If thoue who have
been violating the law in this
county are punished as they should
be, it will deter others fiom bring.
ing on themselves the same kind
of punishment. Let justice be
done.

"It has not been generally
known," says an exchl; 'ge, "that
the Everglades of Flo,ida have
been opened to settlers but such
is the case. The government land
office has only recently thrown
this large tract of lai.l open to
thuse who desire to settle there and
improve it and reclaim it to civili-
zation. Lake Okeechoree receives
the drainage of all Central- Florida.
SIt I bordered with var' morasses
which h extend southward for sixty
:g 4aventy miles and is called the
ade:s. This track covering
op= Hing like a thousand square
amu ic, the foot of white man
may be i"lf nevqr to .,ave peine.
trtfd, smough snall portions
theS n k of life
b*.., ..I.y


Order League, two grand juries, and
the county commissioners, and THx
STAR resents every intimation of
that kind. We haye already ex-
pressed our opinion about the Law
and Order League and the grand
juries, and now we will say that no
county in the State has a more
competent and honorable board of
county commissioners than ours.
It might be well---since you seemu
so slow to understand-to call your
attention to the fact that Mr. Be-
dell (whose letter you would have
us print) is Mr. 'Brake's attorney.
Now, we will say .to you that Mr.
Bedell is entirely out of his place
when he goes to using the press of
the country-as he has used you
but failed to take us in-to publish
throughout the country what he
wishes, as a hired attorney, to
prove in court.
Let us inform you, also, that the
Law and Order League's attention
was called to the matter by Mr.
Brake himself, and that it was
looked into by that body. Now if
you wish to take Bedell's letter,
which is a declaration of an atlor.
ney in the case, or.the Brake letter
which was probably written by an
attorney, and swallow the whole
thing while you abuse thirty.-six
Alachua 0out uryme

Q;i or ^nu


hand why should lie refuse to say
so to the press, wlien hle knows Ihat
the public is deeply interested in
the matter? 'There should be no
humbuging about the matter. If
Dr. Forbes' resignation (williout a
string to it) is in it should be nec-
cepted, and if it is not in it,should
get in ,without further delay, .amlc
wlien in it should be accepted.

DON'T KNOW BARS.
"I don't know J. M. Barrs per-
sonally" said a gentlemanly from
the county Wednesday "but
from what I hear of hlim, front per-
sons who can have no interest in
advocating hitm h-cause of personm-
al frienpship, or any thing of that
kind, I am inclijteul to thie opinion
that he would certainly do its
more good if elected to Congress
than could all of the others combin-
ed. One good thing about Barrs is
he is always figuring on some big
thing for the people, and he never
fails to carry his point. In my
opinion Barrs. is a mighty power
in Florida, and would be none the
less powerfulin Washington. I'm
willing to riaskhim, anyway".

SSowe of the orage grwers in
the Taips Sectloda re said to be
t a. ,e R t
hole t' e T I~ l "


I


TI i TwioA-Te Star, JT ONE QUESTION. lengthbutif wedon't. hold you in ONe' YBAR'5 5UB5CRIPTIN.
Salll iC-A-Having printed the heartbroken the road for the future there is no Since Alachua county, went dry I
D. E. GODWIN, mother's story of the death of her hereafter for the souls of mien, or several other Florida counties have
child, the Ocala Banner printed market for the hides of coons. wisely followed suit, and every up-
ditorand P op r. Mayor Thomas' letter in reply to Now, Brother Harris, will you' to-now paper in the State has had
'2 Gthe mother's story because fairness
Entered April 8, 1903, at Ganeville, one of its cardinal virtues. Now, publish the above? If not please more or less to say about the tern.l
Fla., as second-class matter, under Act of will the Gainesville Star show the let the matter drop, or we shall say perance movement that is spreading
Congress of March 3. 1879. same spirit of fairness and. print a few things in our next reply to over Florida. In his matter tile
...e...e.. .-- -- Mr. Bedell's letter in reply to your published insults Times-Union has not been behind
Published every Tuesday and Frlday, Mayor Thomas' statement?-Ocala others. Especially in the T.-U's.
at $1.00 a year in advance. Banner. FORtES-5TETSON. -Short Talks" column have -uch

25 Cents for ThreeMI Mnths. THe GAINSrVILBk STAR printed The people of the State who have mentions been quite frequent, but
... -either Mrs. Brake'I letter nor the interests of Stetson University we will give a year's subscription
ADVICrTISINC R&T'S. Mayor Thomas' reply, .and( is cer- at heart have been breathing easy to T Twic-A Wnic STAR to
Local Readers in brevere .ype, 5 enta tainly under no obligations to print site the announcement Forbes
a line for each insertion. Mr. Bedell's letter in reply to had tendered his resignation until the first person who will show us a
Space for display alvertisemen to priced M" .d Thomas. But T GAIN lnow it is hinted that he "will not single reference that has appeared
on application. Mayor Thomas. But T GAIN- be allowed to resign." Without in the T.-U. about the matter that
--.- VILLA STAR did print an editorial passing upon the guilt or innocence can possibly be construed as favor-
According to the Tapa Timein -reply to an Ocala Banner edi- of Prof. Forbes, we have felt ever n il os. Te Shor-
te MAccordng to the Tapa Times trial criticising Mayor Thomas' since this unfortunate affair came ing the dry side. The Short
the Maryland republicans arletter, utup if the Baner had the up that the only salvation for the Talks" man is easily located; he
throwing (Congressman) Mud at leif the Banner had the college lay in the Doctor's resigna- seems mighty skered the country is
the democrats-a Mad-slinging fairness to reproduce our reply we tion. Under these circumstances it going to the bad. 'Guess he's
campaign. failed to see It, notwithstanding it would, we believe, prove more dis afraidd blind tigers will spring up
was very much shorter than either astrous than ever for the resigna-nd corrupt the morals of the lo-
Judge Wills is fast making of the letters mentioned. tion to prove an other scheme for and corrupt the morals of the
friends among the people who fa- The editor of THE STAR know applying the white wash brush.- idaboys Remember we offer Lne
vor the enforcement of the law. that long before the Brake letter I allahasseean. year's subscription to the first per-
He seems to be the right man in was published N. A. Callison bad When Vorbes' resignation was son who will show us a T.-U refer-
He seems to be the right man in was published N. A. allison had unofficially announced many of the ence to the temperance question
the right place, and His rulings been exhonorated from all blame in friends of the institution naturally that will indicate that the T.-U. is
are just and impartial, a -cording to connection with the death of the hoped that the er.d of this Univer- not in sympathy with the saloon
Alachua county's leading legal Brake boy, by both the Law and sity trouble was in sight, hoping
lights. Order League of Gainesville, and that the resignation would soon be tmein.
lighsrder League of Galanevule and acceptedd, a successor appointed, .Evidently udge Wlls, of t
twogrand juries of Alachuacounty. and that this university scandal "Evidently Judge Wills, of the
The Starke Telegraph thinks The Law and Order League of would bea thing of the past. Many, 8th circuit, has little patience with
news of that $500 fine iriposed on Gainesville-composed of many of however, doubted the sincerity of persons who willfully violate the
a Levy county negro for selling our best and most conservative citi- the move in the light of past eveitis; law," says the Starke Telegraph.
whiskey in violation of the law zens-had dilligently investigated they suspected another deception, "At Bionson last week V'he fined a
will probably not sound good to the matter and was able to lay no w ere playing another card within fth negro $500 for selling whiskey i
the Alachua county offenders ho crime at. Callison' door. The hope and iutention of retaining con- Levy county, one of the prohibition
are awaiting a hearing before grand jury investigated the matter trol of the affairs of the institution, counties of the State. ThejudK.ge'
Judge Wills. and found nothing in it. At the and he to continue drawing his salI- action will be applauded by law
States Attorney Calh n is get- next term of the court-there hav- ary of 4,000 per year. fullis te- abiding citizens everywhere. II
Sporary retirement on full pay cre-
ting acquainted with the beat peo- ing been some rumors still going- ated a belief on the part of these a majority of the people of
ple of the county, and the people the grand jury investigated people that the reported resignation county vote against the sale o
are favorably impressed with him the matter again.- This was had a string tied to it and that liquor there should be no temporiz
as an able prosecuting attorney, long before TiH STAR was born, Forbes intended coming back. ing with persons who undertake t(
Next week some of the blind tiger and the editor of the now existing To allay such suspicion the R sell it n flagrant violation of the
boys will get acquainted with this STAR fully believed then, and be- man of the Board of Trustees, and law. _
able lawyer. lives now,' that Callison-with in whose hands the resignation is It is said that. an Indiana man
whom. the editor then had but a said to be, for a copy of the doc:r- has just married for the fifth time
The State has closed its case in slight acquaintance-was perfectly meant, stating its reasons therefore, and that his fifth wife is the on
the Tillman murder trial at Lexing- innocent of the charges of criminal enclosiug a self-addressed stamp ed
envelope for reply To its surprise who was his first sweetheart. It i
ton, S. C., and now the defense is treatment that were preferred simply the self-addressed stamped not stated whether the "fin t sweet
shoving in some salty tc.tlimony in against him. The Law and Order snvelope was returned with not a heart," who became the "fiftl
defense of Tillman'a act. The pub- League and grand juries thought word or a line from this official of wife," was doing any marrying
lic need not be surprised it the de- the same way about it, and we the Board. while she waited for her first lov
fense yet proves that Tillman did think each of those bodies was Tcohere has neverberen t or not, but if she was not, lon
not kill Gonzales at all. composed of as good and true :nForbes had tendered his resiguntion simply waited for her former love
as can be found anywhere in the to the Board of Trustees. If Dr. to marry everything else in sigli
"Those extreme corporation pa- State, except, perhaps, in the per- Chauduin ha- it, why did he refuse and then come for her, she eitlhe
pers who are attacking J. N. C. son of the editor of the Ocala Ban to say s? Why does lie not of ved the fellow mightily or sh
Stockton's democracy,' 'ays the ncr ticially coniirm it arid assure the loved tile fellow lightly. or slit
Levy Times-Democrat, "should public that such a (lcutmett is in couldn't get any one else.
have a care, r when .tockto is We want to ask you, Brother Is ipossessioii with no string tied to
nominated they'll have toackton is Harris, of the Ocala Banner, one it?-Volusia County Rectord. Thie Gainesville Star editor i
ominatedtheyquestion, and we want you to a T: STAR agrees witl the Ta.ll:- never so happy as when posing a
or bolt. Either will b bad-for wer straight, e., we wantyou to lTh whoa martyr and is always posing.-
the e. c. p's. Better tote fair, swer straight, i. e., we want you to hi..can nr d Rec n.l. Thusa. who Ocala Daily Banner.
ntlemen. tell us the truth. Of course if we have read Tl' rA regularly Oh. how immeasurably exhilarat
Sgen l should ask you what the population know wliere and now' h' e-'toir sing it i for the "Gainesvile Sta
West Patlm Beach Sun: While of Ocala is, or what the Banner's stood all the while .u ill,.- m iittr, editor" to know that the almost
walking on the beach the other day, circulation is, we shouldn't expect and when it was rel,,rted thiait Dr. infallible, and Ocala precinct re
Mr. A. Cossida of this city found the truth, so we will not ask about Forbes had resigned trom thle pr.- owned editor of the Ocalq Biniit.
a sailor's bag washed upon the those things, but to what we are idency we were more th1]r glad, knoweth that lie (the STAR Edit
shore. On the bag was the name, now about to ask you, we hope yon because we believed that by such a oi) li'veti,
T. Flemming. It was evidently will a true answer make, even if step alone was there hope for Slet- .
the property of some one klostat sea you have to strain a point and son University. The majority of The Nassau County Star ask.-
during the storm, and its recovery make an exception. Here's the the trustees nmay lie perfectly hione.t "Why is. it writers in support o
may lead to some information of question: Do you really believe in what they have done, aniidl what the saloons won't sign tleir
the man's relatives. Exchanges that the letter you published as they have not done, but we believe names?" With some it is because
please copy. Mrs. Brake's account of the death, they have been making a great they are ashamed for the public tm
---- etc., of her son, .the letter you mistake by keeping Dr. Forbes know they do such writing, an<
After several days of handshak- speak of as "the heartbroken -there after they had seen that the with others it is because they knov
ing in this city Hion. James E. mother's story of the death of hlier scandal would not down, and to re- their names would make thie bette
Alexander, candidate for Congress, child," was written by Mrs. Brake, fuse, or neglect to accept hIlis resig- class of saloon advocates asharn:d
left for his home at DeLand or do you believe-as others do- nation we consider not only unwise,
Wenesday. Mr. Alex mnder says that the letter was the work of but absolutely munjust. The trus- The Nassau County Star is unak
tldPFrank Clark would make an some attorney who probably got tees must know-they certainly do ing a noble fight against the sa
ideal Congressman Irom Alaska, Mrs. Brake to sign it, for the pur- know-that a very large majority loon evil in that county. It can
and he is of the opinion that Frank pose of creating sentiment against of the people of Florida think Dr. not expect the advocates of lawless
,could make the go from that neck Callison? Now, Brother Harris, Forbes should get out. Dr. Forbes "ess to support it, and the good peo
o' the woods, but not from Florida. answer straight, knows this himself, and if he has pie of the county should certainly
In Florida-Jim says-lhe race is If the facts were as you have sent in his resignation why should rally tou its .support.
sure to be between Alexander and seemed to intimate it would be a it not be acted ulpou? If r. Chaim- Gainesville has furnished Nassat
Fildes. serinili reflectinn nn the Law and doin hins TDr Fnrhes rpei ,,ntlnon i .......


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county prohlibitionists some able
help in the persons of Rev,. W. J.
Carpenter and Hon. Christopher-
Mathe.son.

If John Stockton's phosphate
does become gold won't it paralize
Frank Harris?

HAIR GROWBR.
Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, '99-.
Dr. S. 11. Giddiugs,
Dear Sir:-Will you kindly inform mt
by return mail if you can send 'your 5sc.
bottle of Hadr Grower the Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send you
a postal iote for the same. Please inform
me the amount of postage if it can be
mailed.
When in Florida the winter of 1J.97
and '98 I used five hottlles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely build
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
Yours truly.
59 Hicks St. J. W. HIAvNr..s.
State of Florida,
County of Alachua,
City of Gainesville.)
Personally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, in and for the
State of Florida, at large; S. B. Giddings
who being duly sworn by me deposes ad
says that the above testimonial was sent
to him by iqlail by J. W. Havynes, a man
whom he had never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge ot the
man ever havIng used or procured the
Unparalleled air Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had. nuflqenced himi to
send it, and that thM ina has never re-
ceived an$I thing for agfl it,
,tworn to an siab d iefb.eme this
lut a syolNarte.m ...
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(- ESTABLISHED 1880 --'
THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
Gainesville, Florida. "
"The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
To any piece of land in Alachua County
Abstract ol Title oay ried on ount Application. o
TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. All te tuli"ss given prompt and careful
B. R. COLSON. Manager.
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o :,I,,. ihi h :, .i-h I I,,.. i h, i, ,19 ,% I 9 5 l 7 t 7 20911 O rlando 7 Oop 8 5a
Ja4, ., A\. 1 ),'| and ,, il :,r 1 1) *a Dale City o 28p o 0 3
,J 'uc- f 0. 9l- .,\. ',,r .I ,', I .- 5 p1 5 3911 . . plant City 9 a3P 9 4a
ftir, l ., A i,. 1 e 7 uO p t 1 . Palmetto . 4 45P 7 42
r ,tt. 7 281 46 . Manatee . 3 5P 7 7a
S2 7 5 12 310 .. .... Sarasota . o 2 (Ip
Soop 6 45a Ar ..... Tampa ..... Lv oop 8 5a
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I "-tAr Pernandina .. u5a 9 oop Ar Lake City . 5Sip 1 20
Ar Bruniiswick . 12 0ip lo 35p Ar Live Oak .. 35P2 op
The1 ,C.t11e.- lld ,ei.i.'I' 9f tire ',tl. A\r Savnnu ah . I lop It 5on Ar Madison . 7 55 12 58p
ncri.e,- t t.li-. i).,ii,-,. I lirter ,re. ,Ar Pairfax . ... 3 u9p 1 44a Ar Monticello . 9 lop 3 15
N -. \\. i.I-, MInitl'i l., r Denmark ... 3 57 2 2oa Ar Tallahassee ... 9 4op 3 5p
u .1 .\r Ct.olintlia. . 5 3 op 55P Ar Quincy .... .........4 17p
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Sar .. .\r I l t . .. 9 55P s ,5a Ar Pensacola 10 50
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.1 1. M,.,ll .\ A.nllji, 1'; -,. i .51r Southern Pines IT 18p 9 36a Ar New Orleans. .. 7 25a
St t ol. Ar Raleigh .. ...... n 53P Io 45a Lv Jacksonville . ... 8 )p
f.89L2 I FlorI.'. / Ar l'ortsioutl . 8 ooa 5 35P Ar Macon ...........3 4o
.a' 1, h .r Richionda Va, .... 6 35a 3 22p Atlanta ...... ... ... o
] 1,,i,, lv l .T, ,.I,,n '! .l \\ ashingtun .... iu ioa 8 3op Chattanooga.2 05p
a,, 1 1 2 "\ ) ,11 1J, i.,, All,.I I rt ilaltimore . 25a I1 25p Nashville 2 .........9 2 p
tmL .vu ii ktio .',, I,. 111 ,,1..,.h,!. Ar1 l Phr i iladelphia .. .. 36p 2 5oa St Louise .. ........... 20P
tll,, t'.1' c .L .. t',l ih, ,I.,,'. ,,.,,.- IAr New Vork . 4 I5P 6 3on Chicago .. ........ 9 7 3a
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,et fo ii id ','l, ,im.i ,I l 'i vs, froni lG ainesville.
.k'11 'iil .<.C,,,Ittl l...' ,] nl."..'. i.n (.99 Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
li In a .1,''t .) .'... "l'.unipa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington,. Vestibuled
I[9.1 1.] 2. 2 \' ,i.I. uday coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
N.,l ry 1i.llic .,ti,. 1 .r .at car service from Jacksonville.
Saqr.c My ollllli..- S xltm in...'r1,. No. 66, 'Seaboard Mail, clay coaches, mall, baggage and express rs between
beir 93. 9,3. licksonville and Washington, and drawing room IPulman sleepers between Jack-
.. .. i -,srnville and New York.
State ,1 -flo i, i l No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse, Alachua. Williford, Wanaee and inter-
let'..Chrty'- ,1 eie'ate points, arid at Archer with Early Bird branch.
l',r .,n. ll3; 1 ,. n1'e ,'l J I. 'le' Nos. 56 and 57, Pllman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
lii, ,, t ll t. wnt k"', St-eamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa iSundays, Tuesdays acnd
edgedl 1h1 t1lie .n|giein the19 l: .-, 9.L ,17.1f ore-. 'l'tthirsdays, hif p. Ill.
goIiIg proplt..l Chairir, in l(i niitrninr A.. iMACDON ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
tl. f, the i.I. n, ii91 ",oe .i, threr I- C. COl 1B1, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
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Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.

N .O. No. 4. No.' o1. O. o. o.&
Si Ucep uDlly. D STATIONS. Daily. Dllty .
4u .... ay. .BSw y.

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..Fairfield ....... ... .... 00
I .. i ne .. ..... ..
Dun arvau ...... ......... 6 4
S....... outhde ........
i .... Hickman .... .. ... .. ... b
S, Lake1 imonton.. ...............
......... : M icanopyr.. ...... ...... .......
STacoma ...... ....... .. ....
S.. .. Kirkwood........
S Cly.. yatt .. .. .........
i I. 'ewelle ...... 4
W hoota ............
A... Rocky Point ................ .....
"9 11. l. alne l.lle... .. ..... ......5 A
III. I 6491 p usBellamy.. gab 93
5 .. ........... 8 40 UO
IQ U 7 15 Ar 0 4 ............Sam p 3 C .Y 8 8 40.
7 18 Lake Butler, G. & P.. 17..........
11 00 ..Jacksotville.J.&&. w 6 00 ....... ...... ... .
8 40 h O-v Lake City. o. s. & p..... 7 N4 M 7 ..
1.. 8 1 p ..Tallahassee, 8. A. L... 1 48 p 1 88 .........
I I I 10 a ..... Valdoeata.G.8a.. .... 4 ..
9411 4 10 p .... Macon, 0. 8 a P& 11 So 1 .......
r M. ArAM 1. 5 r .... Atlanta, C. ofGa... 70a 9 a ...
r r M. AAr A. M. i Ar P M L A l. .L.....

JAB. M. GRAHAM, Predenmt,
L. H. BARKER, G=i. Supt
J P. HILL Agent.


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d.tie. o .... r. mohldings and pictures. Welike tomake
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SA Y We would like to enlarge your picture In
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