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VOLAJN1F~. I Nl-V11.l~lC, FI.ORIDlA, lFRID)AY, 10''(llR 6 t03- N
LAR tOiM l "iii ,i:d lio'ii l is snch that he call
CLBkill twoi hiri Wl t Owith olie stone--work foi
CLARKe SI alt, il, electioneer for h Ilis at the
AND ABRAMS "-" I"-]
AND_ ABRAM S IlAr ,'I.,u r.'frred It li-recorel ii
tilt.' In.st l.gi.Ihltire, and called especial
ittel-ition hto l ll i i introduced and snpl-
-The Candidates Spoke Here Last Iortt.<, i lie sll,1 a1 the chairman p Iimln-
Sell knie-. lie- worked for the appropria-
Tuesday Night. tion ,ill .in..... ,roe hardi to secure for
I :.'t I 1,l.li S in \ t .il, -:ildi| even
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MANY VOTErS HEARl i'THEM. I XNI,,I.. .. i StNili .I1< ..1<.
a I',i- 1,i ill, 1 i ,l, hlate-, imaideil 11 fivlira-
bI I'll thiit.i ,li, lilt ;i to h siheitlicr tiere
Spoke From BHand Stanid and ui llchlltllIlngillg iIo fl.p II [lls, .l ilnak-
Made Some Good '"IIn g I ( lt-s I lit' illl-l, l q1.ites .lure. The
hemersI iii h.r lI noil coiider the pt.'akiniig as
Impressions. 1.t:II I .i- ii 111 If ecoil the spea k-
By what the candidates t.lain.leI t-i t. -,0 n .r. 'l.p" Ilill, halI hieell present. Eb,-
mere happen so, lions il-raink ClaIl., ,11. i I'11 llv ltlll. thi e ca-se e with refereuct a
didate for Congrebs from i lith t coliI tlo i I F' gr: v'hF.I l -i'iic mliilidnes., ,is iitlny
Coungressioinal district oIf I hbiri.lai Ji -i1 it-h' I lh .i n'r -r exp iretss. l wishes at
F. tB oolne, canliidlale for Sl. rt-e .Ir\ I ,i .11. 1 I M Ili I cll, li.i llcn ii liresent I
State, and Alfred St Clair \ ira in, i, aiin I 1t, i 1. 1 'illisis
ditlate for Attorlney I('iic il, |oII:i| tlili .. --..
selves together here i I ,,iiie-.'ville Tiic Till; CI CUir COUti I"
day. and they al se thii Irie. ne Murder ase sose Of-o-
thought it a splendlid opportunuitN I,)tru One Murder Case Disposed Ol-Mo- i
one political giun of tlhe camipil l l tilon n Waters Caseti
county. This conclusion arrivt.I .it Ii,I l' I -Il ''. '- rii-..s.it N I
speaking was alVertised Io be lat ltlliilI.I- l ,'n-n.,11 T'i'le-,ili. y morning nat
stand at 8 o'clock p. ini Wlihe liIhile Il r o i lo l, k. HiLi 1 IFioi Juiilg \W ills pr i
arrived the candidates anmi laoutl i lini n- i'l1S1-
dred heArers were on haiil, ilit aI S .111 s Al'i C ii special venire of lie
the speakers entered tllhe staind1 lie ,-ro.l i llPi""s J. llLCo-i,ti. W' J IMcCor. W
begnu to augment, aid soon llthert Ite rt Ir IFM t., I I l. I. lIl.s, : ,i. \' Tlhoi.ma I
several hundred persons wilhiuih th ie ,'111 S.1 ti'ti -to lcoiplete thle plan-
of the speakers' voices el, 1"- '-.case of the 1lrtte vs. Stephen
The meeting was culled t)lo ordi lIes 'Jot 'ili linird-cr, halvin cnsine on to I e
Hon. J. M. IRivers, nilember ofl lit e e.-. lI tll 'cdef Lalti *w>s arraigK nl and 1
lature from this county, and iin tlllt elo- IlltlI i not guilt\1 A ulry its follows wvis I
quent audl p!ensing itainitn r for which l iv '1w" 3 I. I. 1 Iill, C II Crisilian, jlus.
is noted, lie introduced tl e c lnuli.lte. C, llhn. I" I1 Ct llom, J I.. Crawfordl,
paying each a nice coimpliimentl iu lie t .liI 1 'I i I li tii l, A I ).(_osta. I
\\ J 1, l ,,llln. 'l;. \ I".l a rels, Jllh ll I;
Hon. Frank Clark wv s fir.sL iint ro l Ii t.1 I I.I \\'I i,.l i
M r. Clark, as all who ever huard Il i1 l'h1c t F',nFIt Ill, 11,u Fl o111inc 'lhrii- I
know is an elol .Uenlt indll i d .,sil Z l p ..,,k ,-1111h ',,ilc.1 C ,, t" 1 ,; l -re cntl hlede fend- I
er. After a few inliodictl,.rv i'-,ii.irl.- Fll i. 1 Fe .F.l' i**i' I > 1 litc.t I it with,
co niplimn entry Ito lF aini.s l .il l I ,ni .l -1 11 I i I 1 1t '.l ll-1 ( M ilt. I
A lac h ua co ntnt hi eiier.il 'L ,,I hO I al ,, .Iji' -. I ii. il ',11 1 i li ri li ng 1
in particular, lie ggot 1dI0 t Ii> Im hii-.-.
lie said he coul nol arronnigalt t. i. ,l-
the right or power ltoonstructOiIr ii pl.ili iii
for the Democratic partv, 1111n wo Ii Id I c
do so, as that is [lie pr vincl l'c- of t l .- ..
pie in conventionF niesuible'ld, illI 1ii
would stand on whate'vet plitfillo11 thI
He declared his l) alty to lhI o ,Il- -A
City and Jacksonville Ipl. tfn ill, 11111 I
he would not ill thiscaiinpigigin ile.- u i ,
the low level of per.soii:il ailli-.. l ,
pects to disciius the public it-.li.is i l -I
opponents, and to have hi-.w (iI.,11 ii-- .1
by them. lie said it w ilI not hurt 1 ,i
much if he shlou'd lht lele.iId.-. I 1,il b1 .-
deair good little wife hid lher h ie t t I-
going to Washiington, ;i>id tie 110111 )It i
people would dnot disappoinlt livr.
ION. JAS. A. 11RUUOI; SI'l.\1 S
The statesmania from ',iil.,-hn, 11t.l,
James P. Broome, of Qoiulce), %ans i,.-,'i
introduced. Hlie said it w 'a-, ILlIt ei1 .it .
raising to him to speak in conIIiendlilio \
terms of himself, but knowiln ihlit 1 lih
people desired, and had a right 1,- I
knowledge of every cauiiiilte's reci-rd,
he would refer to himself bricllv. Ile rtL.
uinuded his hearers that lie %ias jit ex-
. actly as old as Floridal wA s i-, Ft tatU, Ie-
ing born in Florida on tihe sailIlne tia tli t
she was admitted intio thle IllioIi I'lI .1
State-March r 145. At tile iage tf -Ix-
teen he' resigned his scholarship at cal-
lege and entered the Confederate ser\iceI
where lie served under tlhal ialtchle.i-
leader generall Robert I.ee I wlieii
L.ee's naine was imentioed tile atiilieire
applauded enthlLsiastically I aiul coiliini
ing Mr. Broomie grew earnest and clo-
quent as he said. "Du[hring the lneinorial
struggle of '76, when vice and corruiptionl
ruled in high places, when thieves iand
robbers levied taxes on honest inldustries,
when the carpet-bag government was. en-
deavoring to rob our beloved Floridla olf
every vestige of State rights and local
self-government, r was one of those Dein-
ocrats who canvassed the Stale anil as-
sisted in dethroning that nefarious gov-
He referred to the fact that almost iall
of those with whom lie then labored hadl
since been rewarded with high liand ion-i-
orable positions by the people, annd lie
thought it nothing, more than right that
he now be given the office of Secretary of
Mr. Broome referred to his record as
State senator for twelve consecutive
years and said for any of his acts while
'setving in the senate lie bad no regrets to
express, and no apologies to offer. The
address was an eloquent one and made a
HON. ALVIULD AISRtAM SI'SAKS.
The' next and last speaker was lion.
Alfred St.-Clair Abrams, candidate for
Attorney-General. Mr. Abrams paid his
opponents high compliments. Of lon.
W. H. Ellis he said in substance: "Mr.
hUia has an important State office. I le
Ia making the State an excellent travel-
auditor. He is recognized as one of
*Is-,b0Kt expert accountants in the State,
S at will be to the interest of the voters
Sa tax payers to keep hini in the po-
altion, and to vote for Abrams for Attoir-
ney Genera will be equivolent to voting
for Bllls for State auditor."
Mr. Abrams called attention to the fact
thattMr. BIlls had the advantage of him
in thie campaign, became the State was
Pilf.g ; 1itl' campaign expenses. He
FIt bi b t a to e ndamood as intimat-
.' ti1 .,was ,ospasldg the
,. wtAgftU.y. but hid. pres.5
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d i l t k i l l N I if l h ,i i l l 1 1 t li le _' s c O V l i l0 .
rcc ,, i ll I. I 11ll., fore-
i li I'n o is I N ii F It o t O -
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0, '-.t r \i .- iiiii.nl, ;il I aCol. Math-
-11ni. l li, haid Iclie ii Hlioi tleit lIi" the
i.olirl to i.leir l ihe 1 rirtne', I, lanile Onel i
lie aldl t. el ,ori-ts of his life, not only in
1111 'oilil ollltt uOf ti eC ibre IOnl ii 1 l Cg l
I)li ili ol' t \ Iil I i i. litlres to Il hi c jiry
\ai it ill powerful ind beautilildu State
.\tterlLF\ L',illim l ieActs also eiiu tl Io the
oCcHiCiI ii in every rwsper tl. Iloi peechl to
the juiy til a able tie th
MoTl''IiN 'I' 1l' \.SII
Afilf Inll t 'Iitorliilolits li'i lle ii dir i ed
ol, Ailit r i )e lI. t I. l iDav i, S. I,. i carter
and J. .\. C.Irlislh. .ikked to be heard on a
lIestiaon to 1iU lh i llt e iA he t niict int charge
ing Angiilts Waters wilith selling aliior
in a dry county. Attorney Davis read
lie nmoliou, ailegiiK Krouds onil which
lie sa, ii unicictmeni should be qiuasheld.
After iimiiig the Acts or the I.egi.lature
I- ]ich lie detiired were inconstiuitional,
oue cfield but arrive at the conclisioni
thliat if Mr Davii was right, lorida really
lias; iii 'IiWs tliat a ire not iII n-iI tlit il oi.lil.
Death Due to Accident.
I llthe posit lnortem examination of thie
remains of lion Jiull A Almmons, alln --
coulnitof whose sudden dcath appeared in
Tuesday's Star, the decision rendered by
tile examinning conllmittee, composed of
Drli. J. I'. McKinstry, Jr E. Lartigue,
T. I.. Tholnaiba ud N. D. I'Phillips, was to
the effect lihat the Ileceasel came to his
dileath from conclusion of the brain,
caused ly thle fall.
liTe comniitlee of physicianls wht hehl
the post mortellm are of the opinion that
deceasel was suddenly effected by a
fainting spell, to which it is saidl he was
sometimes subject, and that when he
fell striking the back of his head on
the pavement, the concussion resulted.'
the public square-one that had escaped
several times before-hbe threw a lasso
and caught the cow around the neck In-
stead of by the holrns as he desired to do,
and thle cow lnot Dpnly resisted arrest, but
Became frightened and deternminid to
take what is known almolg nrrestiig offi-
cers as "leg bail." i. e she desired to
"escape," and right well did shie succeed
with her plans, carrying the policeman's
lasso with her, and leaving the faithful
officer bleeding profusely from a deep cut
on both lips, which lie sustained when
the cow threw hint with great force
against a picket fence.
Dr. liodges took several stitches o
.... .. .....
among the lbuineis visitors to the city
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Indlel have re-
turned from a trip to
lIf you waiit tinOy to liiy Or hIAllit a
liumiI pay off mortgagn or cwitra-t for
1iroll-alsle lhivextment see Moyer,.
Attorney 1. A. Williams of Cedar Key,
was a visiting lawyer at the Gainesville
libar this week.
Call and see us in our new quarters,
Johnsou Brothers, druggists, No. i,mo,
corner West Main and West Liberty rita.
on. 1' (G. Rauisey, county coin-
: 1 <-.--;. l m ~P U7 _-. l, l .-.- I., il._l
woinlerlll IIIn kin n ronm oi1Ic attruc.-
tive. We call show you a full line of
glass frol which any tastLe all.l iny
pocket can lie satisfied. 1,. C. S imitl.
R. liletcher t'roumwell, whuo Ii hieeii
one of The Star forcrl for the past five
nionliuit, lift Weilinesay for lioarelce, S.
C., where lie will r-sille inl tile future
eletAcher carries with hi ll the lest wisliepI
of the editor of the Star lind other
friends. Ik-fore leaving here lie was
granted a letter of dismissal from the
llaptist church in this city to unite with
a flaptist church in Florence. A chrctih
Better is a splendid recommendations for t
young man to take with him Into a new
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1 th cu.'. and IA.thas hopedi yt ne pon h bc ne- j tv vpUNUN gr.iv l w llUIUA.WL II ti-lt:
I mans frendsthathe wll son b nl~l to ch veterdv. .I 1t,+ tIkPuor1.maimjlt. UiFI pFja*. I [RIRIE
Mall B LYMANA... .......VW W ..... ... ..... r .... ...91) J %--- -.- -ionnUsll m o ll ) rus olt d mlruggli a Pmalrl -
For Sheriff. perform his official duties. Caapt. N. A. Callison, proprietor of the Inlets, request their friends, ainil time. pui- I "iM
To.the Voters of Alachua County.: I Spring Park arm at Innigton, w In teal oCall cte inh.
I hereby announce myself a candidate SiURg t Phe city on musinens Tuday.ialp and West IWxrty ctreete. Not osly
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the ue i A inll and Attorney R have w new quarteLa, i b t our stock of
action of'the nest Democratic primary. Judge E. A. Pinnell and Attorney J. R.hl we new quarters, but our Mock o6f
action of the next Democratic Prs"ary. r drugs, toilet articles" etc., in also new arId
If elected, promise to discharge the r Willis of Bronson, was among the visitdrugs. tolet articles; re Invited to
duties of the office to the very best ofy ing attorney at court here this week. comne to our new nuartons, and new ctoi-
ability, and I saolicit the support of all 84 M um to or-new t\ tomers are nolicited.
voters at Ithe polls. Manly people from the cotry have
Respectfully, Ibeeinin the city tis week; ome to at. Olddens' Uaparalleled Halr Urower
__ "- g5~x. s ^'tend court, and others on other buine.s that ita n as
W phad ,adiim nt !dandr.uffsatops falling haltr .and 4um
Sresb Unes, s 4 vet es new hair. It an eaxceUlet hairdr
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping A pd w 0y0W ,Oto1 'ho for i e.t a9at V. GU.Old41 Dr9 ,
roses 15 cta. a hundred or 25 3 5 VSl 't o i gt. J, *l4 'Phoe oiamille, sd t l Da ,Pr
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T THE PLACE
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T1E l-A SAD RITES. ti. \A. tilchrist, hiat aint it a>l g ait g
GAINESVILLE Funeral of Col John Argroc Ammons riti.;i .lvocate, was il hie city oil st-
AS Bt, FIRE, ,1 ..,, N ,,,.X-,,,Wednes W e Have .
IU1 in t 1 r, .tI,, & % ,;4;', ;; ..,I,,.I I l^ :t, I Il I) 1 4 )% se, 'v a, ve l h i teltenlll d I
S B.1 ".mum.h ie llt-hIl.l ill FHolyRE" .lil.itle'.1.C...s.- II tck, and are constantly receiv-
V11Cr1 1110%'....y D..vis Livery l enriga 1'. .... S1, u1,..,,h iso ,,y ing "up-to-date" Shoes for M en,
Craw f',rd & 1 ). is LiverV and Sal ie li llt',l I h illl. at Fb IF IF. I I lhF lF" Ii,illI4,1 t. J1111111 ld t IIgtS hr
SI;Iblss Consumlleld. the ch.urc.h ,' F cF.w,. Ie..ill i11 ,.my .ll W omen and Children, at popular
tl l ,.,,..,1 to .1 .,tt .i e tFie ,,,,.., ,i i.t i 4.. ., ,, I ,I \, ,, ll,,,,,.e Sew.il,, prices and of the best m akess.
I no .t in I t i church ._ .111.,t h s., _,l ._.lt c sill over I ll -
HOSFS A N I I. l lED t t ,. .,.,i.,, i..i ,iF .i.. -,,"i,., ,i..... ... ," t ,',I, I' l i c
I.hln lirN)th. fi. sle ctor. n Is-%.tr.l liF I.v I .. W e c a ll
i-- I' I F,,i, in 1 firmn Tr I.tilIr Th'e -FliarF II 11F \ \ IF i.r,.I ,1 i'. it. |T,.,
Three Bu iies.sls ncks Narrowly ,1 %ai v i pr. V iIl .,, ,f I i. t le ll, ,.1111 ,, ,, l, ..ll. A ,,,.1,.t I i. I t Particulcu ar attention to the Ladies
Escaped Des ruction- Fillne te".ed. If ,', 1 ch Mr. Inn; F ockport" and Mens "All Amer-
pIiwFelM A m111er-itIIf.I\llll tl,
Work by F-iremenll. hbilI d1111ing e-isI inii l in ii. tti 'the I 1lil i ica" and "W alk Over" grades.
A O f l % I o' Ilo Vk le l m,.s u .m. ,>( 1 % 12. l elf his death. %%t.re rendee el a. a 111 1"l Uates .
"ro t 'lF "1 '"' 1FF F T-F it""li ir" IIII..1 lllI ir sve lllt. 4 J- D. Matheson,
Oi lis publt .el'lu a h t iI, clNe 'Il' c r rks i h e I illlil. s A LFaI .he Vll it
v l.. erc Il l ll to b I il l ia The lit', Ih l.l i sIt.l W'lF e ao ht .Fulvn, It. Iiiir. 11 i IN F IS; i l l *iF I cw 8- -- F, FIe,
w hict.h I thought to l te of illcelllliar% if t ,ll 1 1. 1Q It 1 i, ,Io% ,1 ,.r l -'. .,- e.l', F l .
plil) thati a ll l of lo f villtng tlhe ilitI l-I altd ftIn,, .mFllowe the enl 11FF 1o F i i I .t "T.t '
il lg %,Is Iebahi hol h1 thelf.- t.telFe" Itfirem en0 I ti1:em t holw.1",lyit,)1.. 1,1e Fo.,- ,'--
reaclied tie c.,>. ad wh'l HIe li.st ,lad to sle.p uutil the rt. rrectl iii-nm A .,,,,, tilSA
persons whlo ,ar, icl on the .sc'ne ii e I., l The o lL h sll iro s of thel ( gainesvill. l, I hl, I 111 F Iv l I ,l lt. %lM e
T hee tFIh llr l IIl'o '.. li 11111 i .ltllltof lit' 'liLI I I t i ll ,'-,L II, t IVt.11, \I,', I l, ilht ', ,t
v. t orse l ", lly l it. cl.,.,ititO of W h ich Ie si i tlr I I uIl .t I
hurt liile thie niilillls eie hi uri neI ti F ieym t uledi l u a ldy, ll di al lo the "I" .Ild 11t
deatil. Twenty hl.cl s allc eleven I ih I _lb r of hitFM irnon, IF.ole N"F. I I ,.i. .,I1 h,. 1. .i I, [ I r
w ere cre uatel. )t L e .., tl wety-l 1. of I'. o which the decease ,i was ,lso I.,.,,,f I, u. l, ltit ;ea t II L nti k
helh nigetl it ()'awfor-, 1 .& D vi>,,.m, .u,,,1 ilt. l i it. ,ll. \Vith a losl of othtr fl ie,ilts lict'k 1 st r t.*le l l h.vel n3 l >on l le t
lthLr.-.i e ,Illl .ll t tl it. t. fll Iig y tol e g, l- ti-iickenl airIt ly T*i- S e ,r i'hllI l.'N h li -Ild .l i FI Fll ieis t
olu. s, frici l were liv ting boliart l there. l, joi il in 'erc hyii i thl hlly ly l the rl t s. t l.-i j I Fig, l i t, lhtI I -it l lell lit
w re -m ef ai f lolhlo .: l)r. J. ] rli>rr ll.,ol yill iciAn bin, ullf the .lbroken linrt-rl;.>f owoI t t. I.ol l>ll.Fl i iu llIa es F l tl- nlpl-
t I to,. ,.A. "Ti t,.ie,. Miiu., ',-a itheF..ievotedwi<. f ei.. chll iril,, ,,,ir ,t' ,. I 111111, i flilil t 'rt f Ill,.1 I I I I S IA I R is published in the inter-
Illile, awlI Ilon. W. o Io tllA eitokr, ha.is t l :l i- n Ithr tle-y fihs fwe k m t a otill l
Il. .it:-. I, r e t .,I,; i 'le y stii.' ,-r,' ,Icki e-Wetaardl I. ,imi... I cst ()"( tle M oral, Business and Political In-
M ci,,llli ,t of this lii',ce ,,r .ile. ,i' .F t IMt.he ,,it ,rii ,i t hI i i le',p. ,. ,,etF',, ,, I eF. ,',,1 ,'I,1',.,,,, ,'l lE y i ,t''l,'p I" I tercsLs of G ainesville, A lachua C county and p
rstinnltedl value of fht t- hi yi- t li i I se-, It .an ll I i F rs. 11.. W estgu ni, tg l this t), Fin CW h I i fI irg, -iF .sould l co t to a n
inll m,,le. wi 1 fro,, $12-7. to $21 ,,ctsi. 'at "', e,%,l Vnsi> w N.s .,oleiitIcd Ti, Str lh. C ,iol ,.- Ithli o,,,u t t F uOF l da, andl in the financial interests of its
Five niggles,. ive wi lgoll s, I in. l severe l 1 i"' F i "iI'- F crie olii tll t il litet' for i f'I lDipl"ity Si, l M, e ii of l,,Iriscrse, le. Editor and ipropri tor.
imldrec ilollit-, worth of new lilinevle. the firlhine t of Ml i-. Amit e Wrt.nFard,l a tilit-pyt SWhel iilt tl lU il ],n J l Vil iion off
%ere alsi iconhedma hisih it larve y ug 111 1iof u t.Iail, a;6 A15er',*l M Will M"fW- Aho tt, THOSh WHO seemed to think when we I
ILiF n tit-i of IIha u1lI n'llil. R liiurt It. it k iL, .iiitir i lill w- f h IIit i L l. lll Flitliiiilg thv humc uisnid itt eM teo the
I ie ,stabl. ,bui, l ng wi,, s u rick, ,tmid ,iI'lI ,.,i NL11 clk i started more than four months ago that THE
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Fimii it i t daii rer a nl i ll iftet Iniil ig ln lL e p l t. lthC ldit'r 'fTh ls ii)ii. tii '
I ,laterl l i toloer 12, I'ro IlliH M Hi.- I'lhc
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li firemen worked heroically f ith-t en-fin |d i.closed chek to pay for my -ub- a trial. G W I-,lIIIIIIhn & U o., IligKl
ire l.-.ie..s portion of the city wa in l 'i I tion. I My wok is extremely ple.a Spring", I. LA
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nIre: edol, also l didl h;,pe ,n rese I ln Ii .li li n og i els et o .f i re i 1 rli ,i l Ft lle lilt, lihteiet Il Filll ilth of.i111' ecial-Y i ui c Fu |
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.D vi-, wa1 s in Kentucky uillne I 'r. il rtgi n' )for l Ne % Ile r i r.ilH. If otIIll illi li.il 'hliN 1 tIl I llte filMil il
it-cki at the tiilme of thle conlllgrati,,n, Ir. T. NTrhons- l han returiina flion a net..l for fIr. Tt i' 4 i lir' i iI.' i.iI li ofItcrwise- you will enjoy reading T H E
nUtil i epcectel to retii lili tv.i y mnls. ilr n I o 1 ali rit a l O thit F it ,, iI i ,, s o S R during the com int cam paign which
Iolltille Will]h il f tlti tlite l lt.i, Ifelle u l i, 1 1d cleaned Ait ue m it well nle ct rlie icalill ni t fi ih c | y
ptei y %.hwith N I o e r tl loy vl's viiyet orks. Jutly1, Ief r .o f t i -reCni, uuil a me hiLIel is to be the greatest ever conducted in Flor-
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him.4iiei (ri> in iWest Florrida. al. o rhi r 'lihint oin Ni. iyc
Visited Seminary. 0 a.. ,',iuni do 1utimi, eomit wnits, J... \VW ,,i, ,of ai, nks,,,,,,, ,,wi, ,a ical or other inatters, you should retfd the
ll.y 05 viutionl of Superintenale,,t I,,l "lt- "a ,tr to e c Welne.lay. l.,, Kill t I i ,ill w typl oi.l ,,. ,litlr, per so that you can know where to hit him
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ine!! chairniin of lrEast the rida SLemI e tivii i. New Vork for h wc ile, fW etdrnatlaye of Dr. W. 11. Soley; of and liow to head him off.
uarl, t IIo ma rnim k Clark :i l .alf r l St. J.v. Iradley of A ofclna hNa hwifrr yt- this o i'y, wlho ir hie i ly a lpns .,n l with tlle
ndalr Abraii.a, 'laitnd ihe nsittlliHour, werlldii toior in tlimteaty ofliweek, ralehlnlauier in whiy.:h llsn p, lil., il,o. SE D US ONE DOLLAR and receive
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,ol islaei at ta nW. Court St. Apply Star nihi o L eed ariei lie avy niii e, iil
A few "ightui a ngo wl v [ite Ihe pro itor o I. STI oie l.- o rry M. ce.ion of ;ai.vll.,
loseI site f~r lhe ne S einiia~ry 1uihll day. iii1 I". w Ml'iArtllitr oI t M11,ll,.r a k,-Ira e
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is ,6ansid9 lle Twice-A-Week Star,
D, B. GODWIN,
Editor and Proprietor.
Bnteredi April 28, 1903, at Gainesville,'
S Fl., as second-class matter, under Act of
Congress of March 3 1879.
Published every Tuesday and Friday,
at $1.00 a year in advance.,
.50 Cents for Six Months,
25 Cents for Three Months.
S';,,' ADVERTISING RATBS.
S Local Readers in brevere type, 5 cents
a line for- each insertion.
Space for display advertisements priced
; We wonder how the President's
coming message will deal with
' those post office frauds..
We wish we could please all the
friends of all the candidates, but
we can't, and that settles it.
Alachua is-in many respects-
the most prosperous county in
Florida, and we don't care who
Even the Governor is not very
favorably impressed with the very
poor progress Mr. Jennings is mak-
r ing in the Senatorial race.
," Some of our exchanges opine
Vl that candidates should pay more
l'' for their advertising, and with
those exchanges we agree.
The Jacksonville Trades Carni-
val-the first week in November-
will doubtless be a big thing for
Jacksonville's business men.
We do not believe the friends
S of ex-Senator Call would like to
see him enter the Senatoril race at
this time. No one likes to see his
friend suffer defeat.
The Lakeland Sun says there
are people who belle Senator Tal-
iaferro. Lookout brother; you
say be causedd of using "unparlia-
a..;. mentary" language.
There is talk of war between
Japan and Russia. It may look
like a big undertaking for Japan,
I but if the war comes there will be
no fun in it for Russia.
What of it if President Roose-
velt does carry a pistol? Doesn't
S Hettie Green carry one also? And
she could buy the whole Roosevelt
family several times over.
',v An exchange says "Florida has
s'. ral political bushwhackerss'
who certainly need a slush fund,"
but falls to name them. It ought
to name the bushwhackerss."
The fellow who tries to do thp
right thing in the right way and
S makes a mistake, is worth a cow
pen full of the fellows who avoid
making mistakes by doing nothing.
S Today the local option election
S is being held in Nassau county.
... The advocates of the liquor traffic
and the advocates of peace and
prosperity are measuring arms, and
: e sincerely hope that the right
1. Of course when a man becomes a
'I. candidate the newspapers are ex-
Spected to drop the "Mr." and use
,"' "Hon.' when speaking of him,
;.and in view of this fact Florida
editors should order a lot of extra
upper case "H's."
i' on. James E. Broome has re-
turned from New York and is
getting among the voters. Wher-
'h. ever Broome goes he makes votes.
Senator Broome has been iu Gaines-
ville several days, and he is meet-
S ing with. much encouragement,
The Senator would make an ideal
Secretary of State, and he certainly
', deserves all lie is asking for.
Stockton could not ppeak to evry
voter in the district when he was at
Punta Gorda, but his enemies have
..' so advertised him that the horny
handed sons of toil are beginning
to call for the Punta Gorda speech,
Sand it i1 now scattered all over
S Florida in pamphlet form, antd is
-: being read by thousands who never
would have heard of it but (for
Stockton's enemies, and it is cer-
tainly a vote maker fo Stockton
'".. A few people, whose nature is to
iddiule everything that pertains-to
igion, have ridiculed the Salva-
isrmy for going into the fude
tof Kentucky armed with
queri a lawless people
Sand guns have failed
t ,,It.' i beginning to
NO. DIPBRRNCB. .,,'
The Gainesville Star comments
on our article in last week's issue i
as follows: I
"We disagree with the DeLand
News when it says 'One bljnd tiger
ruins more boys than a dozen open 1
saloons,' The open saloon' ruins.
more boys and men than the blind
tiger does. Not everyone who Will'
patronize an open saloon will pat-
ronize a blind tiger, t04 nit every-
one who can gains a d* lon into an
open saloon, ca gkan .tmsion into
a blind tiger, 'Tbo open saloon is
the most 4Ogh goua,' but a person
who rusa bbltid tiger is not only
doing bad business, but he is do-
ing ; i violation of law, and. will
lie aiout it when about to be ap-
prehndded; therefore we repeat
ftd we have no apologies to offer
or it) that a white man who will
run a blind tiger is meaner and far
more dangerous, than is the negro
To all of this the News agrees.
But, in the opinion of the writer,
drinking liquor to excess is a dis-
ease, a most abominable habit, and
a great misfortune to the drinker
as well as to his family. But does
not the blind tiger manufacture a
race of liars and law-evaders? And
are not these worse than the poor
unfortunates who succumb to the
curse of drink? Just as soon as
public sentiment condemns the sale
of liquor, it must stop. So long as
public sentiment condones liquor
drinking it will continue, whether
a county is "wet" or "dry."-De-
The News agrees with TiH STAR,
and Tu STAR agrees with the
News, so what, and where is the
difference? We were berated by
the Pensacola News for saying a
blind tiger operator is lower than a
negro crap shooter, and that paper
quoted the DeLand News as dis-
cussing the question in a more sen-
sible manner. We replied to the
Pensacola News, and told wherein
we disagreed with the DeLand
News. The Pensacola News hadn't
the courage to reply to our .reply,
but the DeLand News quoted from
the reply and was frank and' honest
enough to say of it "To all of this
the News agrees," etc. Now, to all
the DeLand News says, we agree.
We too, believe that drinking
liquor to excess is a disease, but we
believe also that the disease-like a
great many of other diseases-is
brought on by the carelessness or
bad acts of those who become dis
eased. We believe that nothing
short of the religion of Jesus Christ
will cure the disease in very many
cases, after the patient has become
thoroughly sick, and God knows
we sympathize with the drunkar i.
We agree that the blind tiger
manufactures "a race of liars and
law-evaders," and we know that
the saloon does the same thing.
We know that there are more blind
tigers in a community where licens-,
ed saloons exist than where there
are no licensed saloons, for certain-
ly nine-tenths of the liquor peddled
out by negroes and low down white
men is furnished by the proprietors
of licensed saloons, if it were not so
who can believe that proprietors of
licensed saloons would stand ever
ready to go on the bonds of men
convicted of selling liquor illegally?
The licensed saloonists are the
ready bondsmen for the blind tigers,
and if they were not partners in the
crime surely they would lot conimec
to the assistance of unlawful com-
A blind tiger operator is a person
who sells liquor without a license.
No man is licensed to sell on Sun-
day, election days, to minors or to
intoxicated persons, and every one
who so sells is a blind tiger opera-
tor. Where there are no licensed
saloons to hide behind, illegal sell-
ing is more noticeable but there are
fewer blind tigers where there are
no licensed salopus.
We agree that when public semni-
ment condemns the sale of liquor
"it must stop," the same as mur-
der, and other crimes stop-not en-
tirely, but to a large degree-and
public 'sentiment has condemned
the sale of it in this county, as was
shown by the result of our wet pnd
dry election in June last, and the
sale is stopping as fast as other
crimes stop when the law says stop.
Just remember this, our brother,
of the DeLand News: If the ma-
jority of blind tigers were not li-
censed saloon annexes, the saloon
man would not go on the blind
The man who favors 'licensing
saloons at all, should not kick
against having a saloon next door
to his home or. place of business.
Suticdens of infamy must be close
toamebody-if they exist at all-
and't*h kneu who are responsible
for their eitee should not com-
;-.. STATE, PR 5 CLIPticINmGS.
The Ocala Bannet elfits. "'.fair- A fellow in Atlanta is suing a
nesas', oMt o.f its ac,4iinl vi rues," landlady because the bed-bugs
but If' fatni is a Cardinal virtue knawed on him at night.-Orystal
withthe Bannerit certainly fail to River News.
show' it on some ,occasions. The ..- ,
Banner had been snapping at T1ns Aguinaldo has secured a job on a
*TAR like a fice at n mule's heels railroad. "Next thing we hear cf
fpr some time. The editor of the htim lie will be organizing a trust.
Banner has been claiming ,to be -Tampa Tribune .
deeply interested iu what he seem
to think is a great crime that has Don't expect too much from the
been committed in Alachua county. "quill pushers" when they return
He has had much to say about the irom Gothamp. Give them a chance
Brake-Callison affair. He has to get over it.-Lake Butler Star.
been crying with a loud voice -
against Callison and Alachua coun- Uncle Mark Hanna is 66 years
ty, and has tried to lead his readers old, and consequently doesn't care
to believe that Tun STAR has fail- to participate in joint debates in
ed to expose a great crime, but- which he has nothirig to gain and
when Tna STAR published last much to lose.-Tampa Times.
Friday the fact that the charges ---
had been investigated by the Law More than half the murders and
and Order League ol Gainesville, crimes of violence, of which Italy
and by two bodies of Alachna
county grand jurymen, and that
each of the bodies failed to tfind
any evidence against Callison, the
Banner refused to state the fact to
its readers. We also informed
Editor Harris that the man who
wrote one of the letters about
which le is ranting is Brakes, at-
torney, but the noble Harris refused
also to give this information to his
If the editor of the Ocala Banner
wants to be fair and honorable why
does he not let the public know
that the case in Alachua county
about which he has had so much to
say was investigated by the grand
jury-not once only but twice-
and that he was exhonorated by
those sworn bodies of Alachua
county citizens? Why was lie un-
willing to say to his readers whom
he had been trying to prejudice
against a citizen of Alachua coun-
ty that-according to an Alachlna
county newspaper-the case had
been investigated by the proper
authorities, and that no canse for in
dictment was found? If the Ban-
ner editor is not hired to do so why
should he ignore the sworn testi-
mony of thirty-six of ns good citi-
zens as are in Alachua county, and
by his cofitinual contemptible
harping virtually say that these
men were all perjurers, and the
Law and Order League was coim-
piosed of men who endorse murder,
while the Comity Commissioners
of Alachu t county are an body of
men who wink dt murder, and .ne,
theretsre, no ti).tt- r ti n Im nidettcts?
HI-ad Editor Harri, bvlent it.iir
man hlie would have let I is retad-
ers know that the Callison c.sce
had been investigated more
thoroughly than any taurder case
was ever investigated in Marion
county. He wonld also have let
his readers know that the Beddll
letter lie put in their homes was
written not by a disinterested citi-
zen, but by an attorney in the case.
Has Editor Harris acted fairly in
this matter? We leave the qules-
tion with his own neighbors and
friends, and we fear not thle result
of their answer.
BETTER KEEP QUIET.
When John N. C. Stockton
made the remark that a certain pa-
per had sought to fleece hiiui out of
a bank roll for its editorial influ-
ence, he told the unequivocal and
positive truth, The Tribune has
been mortified at reading the con-
tents of that letter, and it was also
gratified to read a copy of Mr.
Stockton's reply, which, in a gen-
erous and nagtianimous manner,
told the young edito'- that lie was
not in the newspaper business, and
regretted his inabillity to comply
with his request, but referred him
to his opponent, who desired and
needed all of the purchasable sup-
port that hlie could get. In a few
weeks, however, the policy of the
said paper was changed and uow
Mr. Stockton is getting the rough
end of the deal, and unless things
change very materially, the Tri-
bune would not be surprised to see
that letter in print. ThIe guilty
party had better keep quiet.-
Tampa Morning Tribune.
The Congressional race in the
Second district will .be the hottest
ever experienced there. Watch
Clark and Dougherty come down
the stretch neckand-neck. There
will be no Barrs in their way.-
The Florida Cracker.
Certainly "there will be no Barrs
in their way". 'How could Bairs,
who will be ,a mile ahead, be "in
the way?"' 'Ja AlIexander will be
raising the" dy in the intervening
space-betwevit the leading Barra
and following Cla *. and Paugh crty
-but h Il bie ez 0uh qaieadi
of the't- u
of thwt=1 vi'. is -
ranks first among all nations of
Europe, are attributed to alcoholic
Mr. Carpenter in his speech said
communications to the press from
advocates of the saloon were always
anionymnous. They have been so
here so far in the campaign.-Nas-
sau County Star.
E. ditor Jordan returned from
New York Wednesday night and
will be ready the coining week to
resume the argument with Brothers
Hawk and Godwin, if they wish.-
Punta Gorda Herald, Oct. 9.
The Jacksonville carnival man-
agers are amusing themselves and
the Jacksonville public by inviting
all the "crowned heads" and un-
crowned rulers of the universe to
attend the festivities-Pensacola
Eight hundred dollars were found
sewed up in an old man's pants at
Bartow, after he was dead, It
won't be any use to look through
ours after we are gone-that man
wasn't an editor.-Citrus County
Hon. W. M. Holloway, superin-
tendent of public instruction for
Alachua county, will run for State
superintendent. He is a good and
capable man, which fact, being
well known, will make him a strong
cauididate.-Punta Gorda Herald.
The people of this section desire
to have a successful educator rath-
er than an experienced political
wihe-puller in the office as State
school superintendent, and for this
reason they are going to support
Mr. Holloway.-Palatka Times-
The Gainesville Star, comment-
iug on the position of the Index,
says: "That's the way to talk it;
Brother Appleyard. If the news-
papers and officials will do their
duty there will be but little drunk-
entiess and rowdyism in LakeCity."
-Lake City Index.
Stockton is gaining ground every
day. It is reported on good au-
thority that lie will get at lenst two-
thirds of the votes in Hillsboro
county. He has a clean record,
has always been for the people,
and the voters are going to remem-
ber this.-Madison Recorder.
"Those editors who have credited
Mr. Stockton with saying a whole
lot of ridiculous things at Putta
Gorda which he did not say will
find themselves convicted by the
people who are reading the Stock-
ton speech in full. Truth is mighty
and will prevail.---Polk County
When. the time comnies for Mr.
Taliaferro to choose between the
great common people and the great
corporatious-should that time
come before he is retired-where
will he stand? Mr. Taliaferro is
not far enough removed from cor-
poration influences. The people
will choose his successor.-Monti-
"Barrs, the Jacksonville states-
man and politician has a fine
chance to go to Congress from his
district. -'here being so many can-
didates in the race well known and
astute political prognosticators pre-
diet his overwhelming election.
SThere is no doubt about the gen-
tleman's ability aid being a fine
mixer and a p"ished gentleman,
he is gaining friends ad Suppmorters
Iev,, dmy.,,-Tiapa, Moruing
J.'TTQNNI-'". AT I V
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her of hliarc' iIjeg t%%.- imIIi if
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I HE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY. |
l ainesvil-le, Florida.
i i,.n 1 n 1 tItle Irsit consitLeratioii fur the Investor.
St l of Title fun>rnished on Appica
:. T'AXES RETURNED AND PAID. ,A blsl s given prompt and catcfi, I
B. R. COLSON, Manager,
SL elile el flctiie June 28, 1903..
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Ccdar Key -
Silver Springs .
Iauile City .
I'laiiit City .
. Ar o 5soa
10 Iaa 6
8 20a 4
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Ar 7 53a .
SLv 5 15a
The husillne. o(f -ail S ,ait t* ,..Ti -1l-1 '. 'll \[' Ii I \S11 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
be cottiduicte ,[ by a 1're-.itei %.1- I. -. 5
dent, General Maunger .in.I tu I 11 n.l-I I I 1. ,di. ll ls' 7 I P ILv Jacksonville . 3 40op 9 25
Treasurer, aid sia lta l -. I i- I ,. Ii i' I '. 'll i I ...,i 9 oip Ar Lake City .. 5 5 2 1P a
consist of thirec i iciiilri .,i i ,-. Ii .-lh, I i I n k t ,I- 1p i ,35p Ar Live Oak . 6 35p 1a t2 41
olllcers as imay Obe crtil(l ,ie i l i|a i .1-i1, .I i il, i i..-p II Su A r Madison . 7 55p 5 p
by the loard of I hirk r'clt-, I' -i.,. k ,. I .I. .'k I -ii', I .. -')p I 44a Ar Monticello . 9 lop 3 P
era. The hituiiies I .li- ll h.',I ,' Iw ii .i .'. ,,1 i i,- l S7' 2 2uJa Ar Tallahassee .. 9 40oP 3 25p
J L. M edlin, Il'r-., lent, -I' .\ 1 I i .liii, i i 'p 55P Ar Quincy . A i 7p
Vice-IPresidc t; I M. Rthi'. (,i I, .,l -'o ) S 5411 Ar River Junction . 5 p
M manager atil l Sct'rc-tairy ":i ,l Tic -- iii, 1. 1 11 ii i .s1 .'> -5a Ar Pensacola .-.- . iu 5up
until there 1h1all hllni ci luteli .,iP ", ,1 2 I'i ,,i .) \ >5p Ar M obile . . 2 5y,a
officers held lv tIt s tok li.i., in, I in i i'II 9 36a Ar New Orleans . .. 7 25a
tilthesaine shall tliive lbi. -Il', i,,i i, i..l. I i .I. 1i 1 .1 45a Lv Jacksonville- .. . -- --i
'The first annual meetini ig i. I. i i. t,.n i 'iii ij h ,,, 35P Ar Ml acoun . ..3 a
of stockhol lers hil l lIu illt Sil l i i. i IIIi i, ^. 1 1p Atlanta . . .- 7 Su
jaitnutiry, A. I). i,.4 -,,I i.(,I, t I -t ,\ \\ ,.liil-,1 -I i.. i,,, .s 3,,p Chattar.ooga .. : 2 osp
Tuesday of Janunary 1 ,i .. i tch ,r t,,.i ., .1 -i 2 1 1i 25 1) Nashville . .. 2op
after, unleiis changci i le li .- .1 I'l I.Iil.-li ip 1 sua St Louis .. ---
corporation.t .. '.., -I 1 i, 3o I Chicago --------- ..... .. 'a
The highi.'s tiiili iiil .- -" I il'.ctt 1, Milliaite, (nieeo and Sarasot. on 3r, except Satur-
ainbuty to while ,i he: i o, .,il. i 1, 1, I I ", .. i,.it, IExplreI.s, dIrawing room Pullman sleepers between
Thousaild (touuo I i"..ll i ""I, I lk .1ii ,1 N-A, \York. via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibulkd
... *'hl. lct tici] J:iLksonvIlle anl Washington, via Richmond. Cafe duiiing
I .. .. t -,i i.. ir.,, u uk-iiiille.
The uiamies atui rcti. it. 1 .ii,. "- .,.. ,,.,, ,rI .iMil,
N <.. nrld :II..)iii ll .riii l i -.-.i Ih ,,.i- i \, ,Ik
shares. =. ,' ti.i .it ik forLaCro.sse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
L 1). W ynn. ,;.,ii -.lll. i l .. .1 1,.,1, l,],. ,|L-,.,*11, t richer r ]ilit l'arly Bird branch.
shares. I' ulni.m sleeper I between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
[. M. Rileb, Gtiil.,vl(,I-. 1 I .i,,, 1,' ,,', r- i ', c'- "anl' I:l.vana.-- Leave Port Tampa Isundays, Tuesdays aIl
..... lit INN EI:1 I .\ss't Gent. l'as. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
State of Florid,., I 4 i lli, It'l .\ 't. Gailktsv'illt-.
Personally caIne I)o ltcii i 'i1 Il. -
and EId kV yin .n .l 1,1 I iii l., I .. ... .... s- ......,
tie well ktown, se'i-ilc ,1. % ik I. -1 I
going'k,,,cl.rv,,Il ,l..I '1. jainesville & G u lf R w C o
atud lo the leih itial ,tjr .. ,. i 1i l. T l,
set forth and cont:iune,I. Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.
tlakent and ,icko ,.! i- ,,, .... .. ..
t h is lo th d a y ,. .\ t \. I 1. V I -
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Notary l i'ulic I I l ,I I, NO No. 1. No. O. No.
Large. i .... ,, tiATIONS.. Dally. Dally. IIDceal
ber 9, 1903. -" '" Sday.aiy. aly.
State of Iloril.t, I
Levy County. I '. -. I I ,,
Personally ,illne Ief._ .rlc i' i I '1 i aii
lim, to tie \%ec kllu _,\ .\ li,, i,- t,ll,.j I rv
edged thIat he .iie. t e ; l f .f iD Mint
I,. ... Soul
goilU proposed Churh-r ii -tit, I ii.i,, I I lic
aid or thle tiss niiil nd Iur '- i- ;I. I ,T iI -. Lake S
set forth and containieIe Mict
Taken andl acknt-\m ilgc,1 I,,.i,.K, Ik, '" Kir
Notary TPulilic Stailef I,-riul, ,it .,,~,i ia o
Msy co inuisgicOiri expires .'li C. I,. I, Ii .. o.
State of I'lotila, i i: '" "' e
I.evv Coi t-. I i : c, r
Personally cait cfi ,,. \ \' ,. .-; c tt .. ... f.. Sampit
to mne well Lto i, Ihl. t.. k ., a .,l .,t e uteill Jaksonlt
that hie sig eil hell t ihe o c il t,.r '.il "I I ". l.al keCity
proposed Clnarter in Ithe n .I. a lit i l hi., n Valdotah
tile uses mill i tro,...- : t, H .,t,..in -, t 1,,,tl, t h, Macon.
and conttine,-. r Atlant,
Taken andi tIcknow ic-k.,Ige, i,(I .,, A I Ar I M
this 17th dlnay of' Angtit. I I ,.
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Notary Iltl)lic Sgtt.l it a I l.:n gI t i',.I -
iissiot n l\pires -erpttlitllr i ,. i ',.'
,*LXI:CLITOR'S 4AI.T.. ,,_
I'inder and 1by -vitule uo tilt- ;iltiit rit- ".4. --
vested i ttmet as 'xecutt ofit t I LIt I.-t %IlI
I will sell at pll hc it tCIt v,l,. rv tiL-'i- I
court house dour, in the cil -. J im--
ville, Alachua comitt I'lorda. i oi liU, .-
d(lay, thle 2LIth dlay of (hctoher. A. I'.. i>, .
foper cash, to tihe slghi.t a lt 1( iin i r.
certain lot, picce or Iarci u -i lIfmi, -it, ,
ated, lying andtii in in ll11L- .t t t. t f Yo
known aid dlescriibe-,a., follitu,. t. .%it
So. th half of L.it ), tesh-vi o't o,
south-we ist of Sctin you I l us a chance
oRange I. Together w.ith all liI ilii cl-
ar the tenementts, hI dC 1 1tk.1,c tt .-i.l I ,--.
perte tlamces t, time atIt. I, t LlOi giig pOfr It
any wise appertaiititg.
Cil tRISTOPTIEhl : 'I i-ll "I ,
--l-tt.c1i .,V e'll Show You
.........1 ei,,tc 4 'iv pretty frames if you'll o n13
if it iis job prmt1 lilg 'c. i.t U t l tI -.en, Ctl i l It .,, 11 i V c its a chastnce.
your order to the ar. It mill i.t1e W e like to lohi our lite of rates,
pronipt atteution, aft wotrk aii1j 1 d41 e Itl.hiugs at,1 piluros. WVe like to ,uake
will stilt you. tf W lk t .C
Start. fram.l 0 to u iatc, youor art pictures.
-tore, Gainesville, and lobtotiice Drug a W. 1'. GARRETr ART Co.
Ht- air Growe
SThe STA Rt Is a1 all that its name ifr
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field Ar P. M. Ar A. M. ArP. M.
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shaide .. 5 40
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JAS. Ml. GRAHAM, President.
L. F. BARKER, Gen. Supt.
3 F. HILL Agent.
Send Us$1.oo fora Year's
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H. F DUTTON& CO.,
r iiATERS IN COURT
S First Trial in Conn0ction
With Postoffice Scandal,
CASE OF MILLER IS UP
t. rlal Is Held In Cincinnati Court and
Has to Do With the Ryan Turf
The first trinl under about twlo
i iozen Indiclmenlts against osaoffice
faicals, secured in diffireit poars of
the country by li y(ve g
The tdei.fendntiii are- Danlol Voorhees
ii' Miller, of Terre Hiialluit Ind., form .
ly asi ,islantt attorney i;,'noral or 1 e0
poatoffico department it Washington,
and his friend, JosReph M. Johns, an
attorney at Roclivillo. Intl.
The government changed a conspl-
racy between these ilcft.ndants for the
purpose of obtaining money frOm
John 3. Ryan, a turfman with offices
In Cincinnati, for irotectllng him from
postofice oflclialf in the use of the
mails for his scheoma.
; "Miller claims that ho mride an or.-
.. i' lnary contract with Ryani us attorney
to assist in securing n decision from
'the postal departmoni, after prestenit.
tiopnf the case.
Both defendants emphatically deiny
e'la. y understanding betNWLon them-
Sellves or with Ryan or any conspiracy.
'Mi,, "hle 'District Attorney Sherma-
cPherson and his aaalslants, Momi-
S' lnr atd Darby, havo be-n working ion
the case for sonie time, they wore as-
; ld tad' 'Tuesday by Charles II. Roib,
SassalitatL attorney general for the po*-
!: tal deprtMment at Waushinton. D. C..
Cochran, chief of postoffico inapectors,
.Jnspectors Vickery and Pilton, who
arrested Miller and Johns and others,.
The. defendants have been IndictedJ
o 'JolItly on six counts of conspiring to
i.;:~ true a bribe from John J. Ryan &
b''tlitanMy., of Cincinnati and St.
l. The government has called a
"', q e'witnesse i and the defense throe
,'*tli6NeB that many, so that it is not ex-
'" ?geoteil that the arguments will be
.e 'Teched until the latter part of the
week. The witnossets Tueouay Were
S bRichard M. Webster, a. cleric in the 'I-
i ,a al department of the poatofllce dceo-
t.' I uartment at Washington; J. M. Mor-
,row, telegraph operator at. lockvllhe,
.. Ind., and John J, Ryan-, the la ttor be-
.i ng on the stand when court ad-
Ja hn 3. Ryan, the star wlttles of
i .'the governmoel, was on the witness
staud from 3 o'clock until court ad-
Journed. He gave a history and an
explanation of his cooperative Inveit
,. en company, telling how he adver.
,i1' tiled In thI papers and received an.
S wers with money by MAl|l. Last No-
A (vembor he was called bn by postoffico
': UImpectors, and soon afterwards re
1.61ved a notice from D. V. Miller, as
3, .-..;.Jltant attorney for theo postoffico dle
.' pirttnent, that his turf commission op
;e orationa Were fraudulent. Later h
,had a hearing before Attorneys Chris
,';...,tancy and Miller, on November 11
in Washington, where the whole mat.
,ter was finally referred to Miller. A
tlkiq meeting Ryan promised to reor
gathile his e.p-operative Invesmtmen
;h company so that lils operations at
turf commissioner waohul come within
S the requlrenents of tho postal laws
1 4I-fe continued, however, to have trout
.^'r ile, and soon after his return front
Washlngton hi recohsed a letter fron
Jsooph M. Johns, in which the latto
Sali hie coituld ie of service to him
lAtter conc lderable corrospontudlnce b
S mail and wire, Ihey met & Terr
Inilto, whoro Ryan Rtated ho roeli
tared under tho haomne of Rose. Rya
was proceodiinK to repoat a converse
Stlon that look place whon tho tw
Were alono in a room at Terre Ha-lait
.t'len-he was stopped ly an objection
;'from Rullson to the wItness lestilf
l 'ng aa to what Johns recited abnu
Miller saying to him. Ryan was test
*;' Ting that Johns claimed to be closea
Miller and able to advise Rynn wha
,'; Miller hatl sald could or would, b
.,don-. nl the pending ease.
Trolley Cars In Colllalon,.
Tuesday morning two -gare on th
Chattanooga Rapid Transit St. Elna
g t e' r tan together, owing to the fajIttll
-.: t the block signal to work, Six pe
onB wero seriously ndaIl some perhaps
fatally injured, while the two car
vWore wrecked. Tlhe accifltnt occurre
-on a trestle near the foot of Leookoti
Led Captors of Jefferson Davis.
Captain S. I. Slauber, who was first
lieutenant In charge of the troop of
Minhigan calvary titha captured Jef.
f,; person Davis, Is hnalal at his home In
I lutchlaon Kanslas.
INDIANAPOLIS CITY ELECTION.
..Holtzmamn, Democrat, Wins in Mayer.
*- alty .Contest Over Repujtlican.
S, noficilal returns iriIn lut Inmialn.
spo)ll city election Indtliit. tht elec.
tiou of John W IHollr.iian .1,,inle,, :ii.
;1,',, ndidate for mayor. over Cha1'nrl, .
i.bokwealjer. present republlcan inn iiv
id candidate for re-election riih,
rept of the ticket Is very doubtful. Thli
d tmocratlc committee la confident o
prisoners Out on Forged Pardona.
Flrancisco ,lispa'.i cars: J1uges
hrlitsng, John Wlilt.', COhrlo'
,pd John 1 ..'nteee mi!'tlr.
a NIt "lthRV, ]as- l- ,.d t ila.,
Alatrax, i > i(av o P a t ii hIn.
Orities lufIr wiilwr ,
ditd ro org'i ea'-.
9W at AlJ
PEACE ON THE HORIZON.
Rift Appears in Eastern War Cloud
and Reassuring News cornes fromi
enter of Disturbance.
Tize foreign office Ib Berlin, Oaer-
many, now looks upon the situation In
the Far BaEat as being less grave. Both
Japan and Russia appw-ir willing to
arrange a modus vivend| concerning
Korea, which country anll not p1n.'
churls, is the extreme point. of. differ-
encO. Rusala, it is AlMrted, Would
consider It a casuS ball$ W*or *Apan to
land troops at MhsIa&aPho. Court
Inoye, the Japapepe lthlleter. says ev-
orything in- tl'p 'lippute between Ja-
pan hand Ru~ist will',be mottled ami-
Thie forel~~ 'office at St. Peteraburg
bays it hias no omfcal confirmation of
the reported disembarkafioti ot Jap-
anese, troops iRL Ma Shan-Pho. Re-
gardlng. lwanchuria, the foreign office
states that thle question Is at present
closed. The existing EltuationU Is the
fault of the Chinese, Japanesea tid
British. If Chin 'desilred to reopen
tht negotlationi, and accept. certain
conditions the situation could still be
changed, an Rue-ala is not looLedl to
the soil an4 could leave it if she liked.
Barot Haynashi, the Japanens minis-
ter In London, has received reassuring
news from Japan with rvfibrenet Io the
a4tuation in the ['a, East. He says
his telegram Indicates that there is no
-eed whatever for alarm and aidmn that
the message was not a roply to ai.ny-
thing he h dt cabled, so ho thinks. It
WEB probably neot heca41so of liln
alirmlst rumors which have ihven 'in
elrculation In Europe al, whit-li final.
ly reached .Japntl.
The trend of TuCaday's early Infor-
mallon regarding th o Far Eahlern sit-
nat.ion is loss alarming. The Frank-
furter Zolluing, whose sensational an.
noinc'ement of the occupation of Sa-
San Pho by Japan Mohday occasioned
dlfmclulat, published a telegram Tues-
Slay from Shanghai saying there is. no
confirmation of tho reported occupa-
tion of that place regarding the Rus.
alAh-Japanese negotiation at Tohic
concerning the evacuation of Manclih
ria give the Impresslon that the polltl
cal situation In Japan.ia quiet..
A special from Yokohama says: Al'
reports emanating from Shanghai ol
tha opening of hostliltl-a between Jit
pan and RusAa., etc., may be dismitea
ad as absurd. Russo-Japanese affair'
ara marking time. The socoritd eer%'
tary of the Russian legation loft Tokilr
October 12 with secret dispatches foi
the Russlan viceroy of the Far East,
Admiral Alexloff. An important con
felronce of veteran Japanese states
men, including Iho Marquis rio, wai
held at the premier's office Tuesday.
BOYCOTTERS HARD HIT.
Most Sweeping Injunction Granted b;
Judge at Hamilton, Ohio.
At Hamilton, Ohio, Judge Bolder
has granted one of the most sweeplni
injunctions over Issued by a court ;i
that .tate. t wan direct against
o the Hamilton Typographical Utnlor
*5 tho Hamilton Co-Operative Trfpde an(
*- Lahor council and the Nonpareil Prlr.l
t Ing Company, publishers of the Coin
p- ty Trade Organ.
o Tho defendants are enjoined froi
c- (Mntinuing a boycott on The Republl
1, can News, or firms which adverllso I
t. It and ordered that Interference of ev
t ery sort with the company's hnaines
t Tile court said the constlltillon gay
a any company the right to emplo.
n whomsoever they F..aw fit. The hoycnt
i. was .to forco thle plaintiff to abalmnlo
Its "open silop" policy.
S SYNDICATE BUYS ROAD.
r. Owners of B; and B. Secure the ,tawl
y Inavllle and Florida Southernh
o The snamue syndIcnto which control
s. and owns the h runawlik and Tirmlni
n ham rallroa,l has acqnirl-d by pIureltas
a. from A. 1. Sloth) and .1. W. Pope, tli
o liawkilnevillo and Irlaria Southtri
e, whlleh runs from Ilawklnasvllle., It pI
n lasli county, na., to WorthI, a canned
y. lion on the Georgia Sotlhorn nnd Pin
it lhll, a distance of 44 miles. The san'
1. tyniicato has also acquired lithe 'lI
o gerald- branch running from I p1l)
at on the llawkinaevlilo and Florid RSnit
o ,rn to slanac, on IIo line of Wliler
"nl Irwin counting.
IN SECRET CONFERENCE.
Last Stage of the Alaskan Boundary
Fight Reached In London.
A London spelal says: The last
stage of the Alashnn Isqundary com-
missialon began Monday when the comrn-
falls'lonors lmti In secret session to
consider their vordlct. Senator Lodge
and Professor Sir Louls J3ott. omlo) of
tlio Canadian commilssloHrs, wvro
early on hand and War Secretary
lItot and Senat.or Turno- follo'we.l
thlinn into the cabinet rooni of the for.
IgnI office, where the deliberallons are
PIGMY REPUBLICS AT OUTS.
Little South American Principalities
Prepare to Play War Game. -
According to news receilvd at ]anaa-
nin from Central Amnrica. President
Zolaya, of Nicaragua. and -President
Is.truda Cabrera, of Gualomala, are
Propring to declare war. against Sal-
"laur nud hloniurav-. Ten thousand'
'iunvomalan soldiers are reported to
1lee airch-ig toward the Salvadorean
FOLLOWERS OF DOWIE GATHER.'
Concentrate In Zion City Preparatory
to Their March Upon- New York.
Followers taf Johnt Alxisander Dowle
gathered in great .numbers at Z ion
014ty Tuesday nla preparation for thei
nil t1 Otf the "roetoratlou army" ftar
Ne"*' ork, Thpj eamo, from variloor
-potite tIn tto Wlest and horthihest. Ind
evel tro *ai 1 b n Can-
eels. Tht-q r oe | .4 t' ar
HARD COAST KOW To COoSESOUTHErNE.
--,---. Or. Great's Selection .A Agent of Pea-
body Pund Is Only Temporary,
Terriff O r AlOng At Says -One of the Trustes..
tic Wreaks thestruttion. The board of trustees of the Pear
Sody fund did not elect a permanent
S1 AN ST cesaor to the 'late Dr. J. L. M.
LIVES AND VESSELS LOST Qurry at their en meeting, a was
erroneously publiE'hed in many south-
era papers, says The Atlanta Consti-
Norfolk and Newport Suffer Heavily. tution.
Ghastly Incident in New York. It was at first the Intentibn of the
Paterson, New Jersey, .1
Paterdlyon, Ne Jee trustees to elect a general agent, but
U po n ltvestigation it Was fouind that
every haem that, was considered was
A special from Norfolk, Va., says: unavailable at the present time on ac-
The Virginia coAst from Cape Henry count of the fact that all the more
tlon s either Inlerrnptled or badly
crippled and days will probably elapse
before normal conditions are resumed.
In all sections of Greater New York
the floods ubslded during Sunday and
suburban traffllc Is conducted as usual.
Paterson, New Jersey, Overflowed.
A speolal from Patorson, N. J., Fiiys:
The flood In Iho Pnssaic river sir-
pnasss he io nainimmoth Inundation nof
March, 1902. Tho river has ovc-floweI
hundreds of sroots and nintany famil-
lOes are living rescutied from upper win-
dows in boats. Mayor llinch-llffe Rnt-
urday morning n)po,,intel n committee'
to oirgnizo a rollef committee. A dam
of sand and saIets is boling built 'o
keep the swollen river ahovo the falls
from broelcing it banks and pouirling
lto the city through a ravine, in
which ease frightful damage would jio
(lone. The gas works are floodiod.
There are fenras for fthe electric light
t station. Scores of nilla h ave shut
. down. The damage In the cify of prop-
crty is already estimated at half a
TILLMAN'S LENGTHY STATEMENT
Was on Stand Over Four Hours Frl-
day In His Own Behalf.
James II. Tillmanu was on Ihe stand
at Ioxlexigton, S. C., iriday over four
hotrs, a witness in his own lat-u'lf. For
one full hour he was subjotc-id to the
firo o(if cross examination lIy tninsol
for the state.
luit. one other witness was iilnr-,Id in
flih r.:anl lby thie defense, after whlilch
the defense rested. Witnessca In re.
bulttal placed on the stand by the state
were heard during the closing hours.
Allogther splendid progress was ma.lo
toward tlie conclusion of the trldl.
STRfKERS RESORT TO VIOLENCE.
Trouble of Street Car Employes at
San Antonio Grows Serious.
'.t San Antonlo, Texas, Siaulany, tI-c
stroot car slrllke of niotormi n and con
,-uhtors for an increase of wage:. and
theo right of the union to dictate dill
charges was marked by vica'.,nce and
bloodshed. The strike now has been
on for some days, but Sunday was
the most violent (ay slaco Its ina-uuir'
ONE MUST COME DOWN.
Russil and Japan Stand Ready for
*sndbilnary Death Grapplq.
A dispatch from Berlin says: Rus
sla and Japan. act a though either
would fight- I the other should hold
Immovably to the paIltloa takes up
In the last exfagem of coiumanica-
Thla s~ta th mstatia lItutU1 a lnP.-
ai .y,,o,", SM ,
HEAVY LOSSES IN PATERSON.
Unfortunate New Jersey City Hard
Hit by Heavy Floods.
The people of Paterson, N. J., are
beginning to realize the extent of the
great flood which wlielmed the city
the past week.
Nearly two entire rards, taking In
the manufacturing sections, have bee.i
tinder water since that day. Monday
morning thousands of mn'ii, womenii
and children employed in differ-'at
mills and factories found they comili
not go to work on accotnu of thote
darces being shut. down. A greatly
mianiy of those people have also been
driven froia their homes and have
itolther food nor shelter. The heavi
est damag:- .!n Patorson was lo the
At pr'osent It Is Impossible to give
an cctiralte idea of the total losses.
but conservative estimates aro about
M'CLELLAN AGAINST LOW.
rammany Hl, New York, Names Cit)
Ticket in Boisterous Meeting.
A New York dispatch says: Charles
Ir. Murphy, leader of T:immany Flaii.
carrll through hli program at th-<
deimocralle clly convention hold at
'nrnoglo hall Friday nirht. The demnt
rats nitined G ciorge 13McClellan for
ninv)r, Eiward M. Groi'tl or conamp
irollhr and Chliarlos V. Fi i-naos foir ipre
denit of theo board of alitrinen Thtnti-
.ands crowd-ed Iho hall and thousands
inior' w-vrn unal lnt o gain atilmsuioll
I'hlrice were soetIes of wild cxcilenient
w!;hli the bulliang and a great crusb
u whllh many wero e urt outside.
ARBITRATIONS COST MONEY.
In Settling Differences With Railrcads
Georgia Has Paid $2.062.50 So Far.
Arbitrations held so far this year
have cnst the tale of Georgia $2.0-2 :;.n
Thu state has to share half the ex-
pense of paying the umpires who aret
selecte.l. and theI pay of those utim-
pires is fixed by the board of arbitra.
BISSELL'S BODY CREMATED.
Funeral of Former Peatmaster General
Attended by Notable Personages.
The funeral of Wilson S. Bissell, for'
mor postmaster general, took place at
Buffalo, N. Y.,- Friday. All the courts'
In the city adjourned as a mark Of re.
aspect. The body was cremated. The
list of honorary pJllberare l neludod
Grover Clevelead, Jolla G0 CaurlUlo.
p Smith, frank -ood w the
No 'Rift- Appears in Russc
Jap Korea Embroglio.
Neck Mills to the south, was prominent educators of the south.
with the wreckage of several with few exceptions, were engaged In
.raft Saturday night. All other educational work that Would I
alo hold thet tthp iti next fall.
nlcalion with the seaboard Is f'. tOrden, who was raid to have
hut it Ip lInown that many yes hben elected to the position, was
ve been wrecked and several simply requested to act in that ca-
ost. One of the coal barges. paucity until a successor to Dr. Curry
One Ge oga n ig 1 e, could be secured. His term will not
llo an Georga nothing l exceed one year at most, and he will
'ft except wreckage on the be succeeded by some prominent
and of lthe crews that manned southern main.
he fato of only five is known. It was the unanimous desire of the
three-masted schooner Nellie trustees from all sections of the couu.
Cata, i e, Ci, ltfry that a southern man he selected,
w.rlt. Caplain (lhoein, hlumbr as it was lho.ught that a mat from
rom P-,nnam-ola, it a total wrock this section would nerossarily .be In
Mn.eat threp miles from Dam closer touch with the conditions henry
Misii. Capiatn Gimeem and his that one from another part of t he
f six men are safe atl t.. sta- quhtry.
inal lor of the Norfol It is not true thatiDr. Glenn, of this
terminal plora of he N state, was displaced from the poai.
est rn, Southern and Atlantl tlion of general agent of the fund. Dr.
lAne n theo oloer harbor have Olenn was never the general agent of
adly damaged by the wind and a the Peabody fund, but was acting as
l the big pleasure piers at ncrftlary or assistant to Dr. Curry.
View are destroyed. 'Phla place Was created by the trui-
Ireds of small raft have float- tes during the latter days of-)r. Cur-.
Ire City experienced a gale of ry because of his enfeebled condi-.
1l0t City elpesanlld a ga o tion, which rendered him physically
0 to 50 miles all day Saturday unable to attend to the datles of theI
bea has flooded strets,he gr position which he had filled so long
t has bhen done. eFor th arat- and so well. At his death the deces-
of tho day the city was cut off sity for Ala assistant teased, and with
he outside world, the necessity the place disappeared.
eienty.Two Miles an. Hour. The fact that it was known that Dr.
weather bureau at Washington Green would not be an -applicant to
>d a. report from the signal sta- succeed himself a- tho expiration of
t Cape Henry, Vad., saying that one year'was the primary cause of his
nd was blowing 72 mllon an hour seolc(lon to the pl.v-e of general
as carrying everything before it. agent.,
great Damage In New York. It Is the firm lntontion of the trus-
ew York dlipalch says: As re- toes that some prominent southern
fr the storm's havoc accumulate educator shall be elected to thte por
timate of the damage In and manont poltion, and to that end a
Greater New York grown o committee consisting of Dr. JGlman.
ng figures and undoubtedly the Senator Hoar andl Hon. Hoke Smith
)s will run far intIlhe millions. was appointed to select the name of
extraordinary occur aico w~rs % suitable man and present It at the
ed from Gror-nwood cometary, Januafy meeting of the board.
vn. As the result of half a doz- This committee already has consald.
adslides on the hillsides of the orod the matter, and has practically
ful burial ground, tombs woro made Its selection. The members
I antd headstones torn from their will not divulge the name of the one
Ilgs. Portions of coffins were seloctod at present, but it can be
red about nver a large area and stated that he is one of the best
aer' soctllon the aillle of dirt. knoWtl educators In tile t.outhArn
ng many tons, liad swept aay states and is preosihlent either of the
nets and burled scores of leading college rf this section or tho
o that Itb ray be Impossible leading normal school. This mucha
ln locate them. was stated by one of the trustees,
r as New York city is concerned, but he would not make the announce.
eat flood storms Is a thing of the ment more definnte just now. The po-
with the exception of the Inter- lstlon of general agent of the Peabody
n of suburban raffle In New ftnd las regarded as the most proml
r. On many of the New Jersey nent In southern educational clrelo&,
ann trrolloynv liner, ommunica- and Is one that the mostL prominent
The obstruc-ion was placed at the
end of a high trestle sand the disaster
of three weeks ago would have been
CHARGES AGAINST CONSUL.
McQuade at Canton Accused of Being
Party to Crooked Work.
A Manila dispatch sa)s' The nan.,
of Consul McQuiatle. stailoned at C'an
ton is also menlionel as a beneficiary
under the contract iinearthedl by col
lector of customs. Schuster. In connee
lion with the schem ton bring In Chi
nese coolies, under the guise of mer
chants to the Phinlppline islauds.
BRITISHERS AT WHITE HOUSE.
Members of London. Artillery Compa.
ny Call on President Roosevelt.
President and Mrs Roosevelt Satur
day afternoon gave an' elaborate re
ception in the white house to tlh
Honorable Artillery company, of Lon
jlon; the. Ancient and Honorable Ar
tillery company, of Botoen, and the
Minute Men of Wahbington. Invite
to meet the guests 6f honor were the
most promlwnn ofclalas Of the jov.
qwmeust al4 le41dia8 Iembserq o
,, ., t "-- 9--
of Each Day.
ENGLAND IS DISQUIETED
Britishers are Sided with Japa and
Outcome Is Problematical-Trou-
ble is Discussed InS
Advices from Yokohamas Japan.
say: The announcement by M. Lest
mar, the9 Russian minister to China.
that the Manchurian convention be-
WOenh RuSsla and China has lapsed,
is facelved with ridicule.
Dispatches from Che Poo report
that a Russian war ship and a trans-
port with 500 troops left Port Arthur
October 4 for Korea. Sixty Japanei-5
civilians left Port Arthur October I"
The Russian forces at New ChwangK
dte reported to have been rlcreas:--d.
Great Britain. Behind Japan.
A dispatch from Shanghai io The
Frankfurter Zeltung IB cifln) states
that nows has rneahid lth-re from GUle
fOo( to the .ffeet. that the Jaiiana.e
have occupied MbaSa-Pho and that nr
official declaration of war its xpca''tcl.
The relations between Japan and Ruin
sla havo rearheid a crisis, according
to the official vipw In Flerlin. The ex
act nature of the diielona'ltc -ex
changes between the two goverrP
means that brought out the present
penalty appear to be unknown at tinhe
legations of the two cotintrieis here
or at the Gernian legations at St Pe'
lersburg and Toklo, although If is un
,lerstood that Great Britain Is pri:)
to Japan's movements.
Alarm Felt In London.
A London dispatch says- Deprecat
Ing the rumors of a'Japanese ulilma
turn to Russia, 1aron Hayashl, In an
interview Monday, said he had no In-
formation of such a characlor, adding
that had Japan taken this action "the
Anglo Japane-se treaty would have no
cessltated my being Immrdlately no
liftl.," so thut h, might Inform tlie
In Spile of the reaseltring sta'e.
ments of the foreign office and Darin
flayashl, the frequent reneration that
hostilities between Russla and Japan
are Imminent, the mysterious mnovs-
ment of the Russian and Japanese
fleets, and the excited ainte of pub-
lie opinion in Japan are beginning to
enause disquiet In Gront Britain. whi-,i.
by the occasion of her alliance with
Japan. Is so intimately concerned in
any actlont which the later may take
In the Far East.
No Hostile Act Yet.
A Washington -peclal sany: A4l.1i
from extensive military preparaTlonAi
by both nallons, the .lapnnese legnti'on
in Washington is not advised thai
either Russia or Japan has as yei
committed any act of war. The Jup.'
anese minister Is being kept con
stantly advised by cablegratn.s from
Tohlo of the situation %n-l reallTing its
gravity he Is moving with great cane.
tlon. The negotiations between Rus-
sia and Japan, according to Ills ad.
vices, aro still In progr.is and thl're
Is hope of a diplomatic sc-iiement i of
theo qiesiloas at Issuie.
The repre.sentailvpo of thisi gv'e iii
mont In Ihe cnpilals of RiRst.n. .linp e
and China have not aldvlsl-d Ithe- !ial
department regarding ruretnr -Iv'-vlip
ments and rtmnrors wanr over I fnni
''hurla. As hcas ofifri le-on pill ti',l
oiit. theo Mnred Slnlte, has no ausis onr
prnolet lbecaRiuse Rliiusa luas filled Ifn
k]eo p lier pledges that F e ?ei e t)l,It
evacuniol Mancrhiria on O't,obher
The Intere-- Is of Ihn' I'nltl Stalr-.s In
Manchuria Is cover al y tlie ree "fit
treatLy between ('hina andI this conun
Iry. If Man'chiuria becunites nnnexeil
to Rimssia or conilnisR under Reishlan
control the Irnditet States will insist
that the provilu nsi of lie t'oaly bet
carried otur. el"c l tHlly as Itura la ia
seated Into iirovi-slions previous to
Is being signed.
WORK OF TRAIN WRECKERS.
Track of Southern. Near Danville,
Piled High With Debris.
A bold attempt was made Sunday
afternoon to wreck passenger trainl
No. 1 on the Southern about three
miles oast of Danville. Va.
The track had heen piled wit!,'
crosstles and a fish plate. The train
was running nt a very low rate uf
speed and but for tIls fad a disas-
trnus wreck probably would have oc.-
-A new line of sic.anishilp Is to bee
put on frim Sanvainnh. it will Illy
between ihu. (;emerglia -ity and ports In
I'rant e, Spain iainl Italy.
-.lanmes 11 Tillman. thnrgiid wllh
Ili' niilrduri iof N. r; unJanlita.s, wi>c (lon
the s andl fur fliv- hours. Ii. told all
details of thah rela.tions bltkweicn Mr
Gonzales anid himself andl iescrllerl
-Thi. agriculniral c(i.mmnis.iijni-s of
tho southern sial.s who hav ,.,rb ell In
session at Monigoniery isiei il an ll--
mate of ihe stinh's ctlion i rop. lilac-
.ing It at 10.271l.0oi balhs.
-Soven hundro,l frielght handlers
have gone on a strike on the Saran.
nnh, Ga., di.t is. They deintand a In
crease of Fi rcnts per hour nndl double
pay for overtime.
---W llson S IHissell. itoutini6stlr
general undnrr orox or Cleveland, is
deald at nFliffalo, N Y.
-Sam Johnson the nc.gro Fp'earher
who rolbbed the Misses EaltauEi ni Rar-
nett. Oa., wa, fotllil guilty at \Valllb'n.
ton and seni-rceil1 to fifl-e-(n years in
-The Daughtliri of Ithe CironfoIn, nic
of Union Sprlhgs. will ill tro t IIe-
Charleston cr r.nitnilie Io ],gl.aIlnt
against celolrailoni held Ioil tht. Sub
-Natuiral gas la ba.s-.n foilnt near
hunsMtlll,. Al. and Pexrrts say thlie
supply I n sifflrli i toin ft'r.,l the 1.ti for
-Thoanns iFoore. a formnir Iiilng
near NMobile. committed .csulrile. tintg
poison knife nnl gun to a(omplete the
--At Topeka, Kan.. five hundred per.
isoas witnessed a rough and' tum)io
fight between girl sophintesr, andil
freshmen Many of lit, girls had ll their
clothing torn from bodies
-At Berlin. II is reported ilhat ihole
are many plots to kl:l the kaiser N.-ar.
ly every day a would-be regicide Is a-
-"Al" Morrow, conflilential rclPrl f
Governor Dockery. of Missouril, ha
been Indicted on a charge of aldinp
SOCIALIST S PROMPTLY
Tried to Whip San Juan Police While'
Governor Was Absent.
hilo Governor Hunt. Of ',Prto,
S'Rico. was absent frnm San Juan as a
V guest of the new .m -rsi. ai- r.iltway
- offlclals, the anti Am"r'lan .rca ilastss
e and anarchlAts or the city hadt a clash
I 'Wth the police. P'rty arrests3 were
,rmhade and many ot tife prisoners were
Slater convicted and Lnlen., c to EI.,
diu EalMAT .O
: Cream of News. --
I.p.+I 11 M ffil IT is Given Out by Agrcultura
'- Brief Summary of Most Commissioners.
-Though thle opening of the state
fair at Macon, Ga., is still some days
off, the fair group Itds arc now complete
and ready for the reception of vial-
-An tempt was made to wreck
train No. 1, on the Norfolk divitoto of
the Southern railway Sunday after-
non by persons who piled crosetles
and a fish plate on the track. The
engineer saw the obstruction In time
to stop his train.
-Judge, John H. Reagan, postmaster
general of the Confederacy, and iho
only surviving member of theo cabinet.
declares in an interview that the Aice-
lean repubill is doomed and trit ho
wishes Texan to rema in Intact thai It
may onet. moire become the relt ille of
-The northleadt gale off the Virgiila
coast eased Sunday, but evidence of
detrutilon are found on every hand.
Two bodies have be.-n washed ashore
below Norfolh, while Lthe shore is
strewn with wreckage for mnlea.
-The New Orleans asercwiLuon rrtlke
was cloio..tl Sunday, h'hii aln agreeo-
mont was reait hel. T'lie,- small slip
lin 'sH desertedl Ilher illi'- antid fort ,c
the acceilantto of tile tTorer ucn's
-A raid was miadel ia the (.Chinese
quarter of Boston Sun.aI and aboutl
ihree hiiund idt celes6ials a rrt'si1ed. T"ihe
murder of a Chlatc-, ab abota week iLgo
by lilghbludera. w.as the cause ; uf Ills
-Flood at P}aterson, N. J., c-ris
F,evv.ral Ihllilngz to collapse a ndl t lt
estilmalt.-Il ho daimaige will be greater
than that dIone by ihe ireo sonie tlime
ago at that li)ha-P.
-Richard Henry Savage. author
and solilir,d called i Ne-w Yjrl(, Sunday.
from Injuries recelve'd t1 a wagon 'ur.-
ning over him.
-C'ami Vong, at \'Wst Point, Ky.,
was bruloken Siunliy. The cost 1o the
government for t1 it ti'aneinlvers is
-Rallrond l passonger agents will
hold aninllal cLnvention at New Or-
loans tills week.
--Eighteen now i(.se of yellow fe
vor and one doitilh at Laredo, Tex.
-Baron on lio. n., Russian minis
ter to Japan, at Yoliiiohnila., Is awaits
Ing Inistrth lliis from lhib governmet-nt
In the matifr of ingo iatllons proct-ed
Ig betwiooin Japan and Ru iissia.
--IL s thought ilihat war I iawen
Japatinantnd uiis-la is lrno.'itatilc--hat
Japan wlil d -clar, lihoinililies at onile
and that luEsi8a will begin olp.rationns
-1I Is r-pirl1',l ni lherlin Ihlat Anier.
lean ilnanclal liie liai arranged
to tahe two hindr-..d illlon ronllca
of thu loan Io Ii.le isa- i[ed 1n St Peters-
-The jury In the l',Ort' 'use at
Home. Ut;a, returnir...,a -'-r.llit of not
--Anthloril,e f ilihe iallnay mall
servhi have' ri',c.o nin,-ided that niLill
be earrleld on lict i.e iril lint between
Augusta and All.i n, S t_'. This will
be the first .]ec'rlir po.iial lue in the
fn st.at: .. as the annoextlon agr-'-
ant-t ip rmits Texas should never '
,lvicr I rThe American republic n
il,'orne il The dissolution of this uniin
oIf ialr'qcs i sure to come, in my oip'"
it'n. aniI ble suceedod by a monarch..
\V? nre rapidly drifting toward a
nionant hical form of government. I
wsni Texas to I cn big enough to stand
ahone, to once more be the republic
Governor Dockery's Clerk In Troubl.
"'Al" Morrow, stenographer antd co
Il-, tiial clerk to Governor A. M. Dow h'
cry. of Missouri, -was indicted by the
federal grand'jury at St. Louisa Frilav
nfnernoon on a charge of aiding an-l
abetting fraudulent naturalization.
Freight Handlers at Savannah Out.
l cween six and seven Bundr I
freight handlers on the docks of Ihle
MIerchanli and Miners' Tra ukporiallou
Company, al. Savannah, walked out
WELL-KNOWN GEORGIAN ILL.
colonel Usher Thomason Stricken at
Army Camp in Kentucky.
News comes from the arrAy camp at
Howard, Ky., that while riding with
the troops of Ine Blue' Alrty -out, of
Camp Young Tuesday Colonel Jsher
Thomason, of.the eo;gili National
Guard, who isla t the ':- 4a4pmelant
with Lieutenant tCollet .,y Silver-
man, representing tli,', plate,
was suddenly takqn etO be
ro.,,, =,+ $J(
WILLBE 10,271,000 BALES
rigurea Furnished After Careful In.
voatigation by Representatives of
Every Cotton Growing 4tate
In the South.
Ten million, two hundred and seven-
y-one thousand'bales is the estimate
if the present cotton drop, made by
he Association of Southern Commis-.
tonors of Agriculture, which adjourn.
ed at Montgomory, Ala., Friday afcer
three days of continuous session. The
estlmato furnished is the result of a
caroful invealtigatilon made by the coar
missioners of the several cotton grow.
The following Is the estimate by
states reported: by the commissionnor3:
Alabam a .... .... .... ... 1,1101).1ij ti
ArkancIas ..... ....... ...... 7 I'i. ii
Florida ...... .... ... .... 6"."'
O --orgla .... ...... ........1 ,3 i,
o tiislaina ................... 7,''ii.e i
Ml sa ls s ip p i . . . .... i 15 1 ,,,,
M issourl ..... .... --- ......--- ..
North Caroliua ..... ....... .. 5 'i25
O1lahoma .... .... ........ .. 2i m 1
Soutlt Carolina.... .... ..... .. ai i,,
Tonnesseo .... ...... ...... 301)-3 1 11
Virginla.- .......... ....... 11.
Texns and Indian Territory. .3,0 ,iI n i
The association passed nunmer.ims
resolutions during tlie last day'sE Ii..
slon. Most important was one lo lnlig
to the prevention of the Importation I.f
lie boll weevil from Texas Into ..,
cotton states. It is urged that no ,.,
ton imaterlal be brought from Texasn i.)
long as theo wovil Is known to lIi. II
Other resolutions asked for th(- io
operation on the part of rallronds ,i-
holdilng farmers' Institutes, urging thi-
teaching of agriculture In all the cu.
ton sections, Inviting deslr.able i nni.
grants, better advancements of oitilih
ern advantages and method for ex-
trmlnatling the southern cattle tiltk.
CLIMAX TO POLICE MUDDLE.
Atlanta's "Political" Board of Commis-
sioners Find Two Captains Guilty.
As tile result of the trial of Polkl-i
captains In' Atlanta for Insubordlni
tion, conducted hby the board of pull,
commissloneis, Captain Moon %,a.
scuiponded for sixty days, and Captn'.n
Thompson for thirty days.
Charges have been preferred against
Station Sergeant W. P. Manly, alleging
that he has circulated false reports.
and has been suspended.
Captain Moon was also found gully
of spreading false reports.
Mayor E. P. Howel. was commissim-
ed to administer reprlmandE to MN it
and Thompson before all watched. 1f'
the police force, and in addition ,li
was instructed to tell the policemii'n
that the slightest attempt to disre
guard the authority or orders of Chil'fr
Ball will be punishable by dismissal
from the force, while pckbiting" nit I
spreading of false reports will L,'
harshly dealt with by the board.
FIFTEEN YEARS FOR JOHNSON.
Negro Preacher Who Robbed the
Misses Battle is Sent Up.
At Warrenton. Ga., Friday, the negro
preache-r. Sam Johnson, who rob h-'
thle Mi-..es Battle, of Barneott. about
two 3(iars ago. was placed on trial.
He plendil guilty and Implicatedi
tlw while men. Ruben Dozier ani
Stnrlling Chapman, as accessories.
The grand Jury failed to return a
Irt' bill against Dozeer and Chapman.
No one believes they assisted Johnson.
His honor, Judge H. G. Lewis, who is
presiding for Judge H. M. Holdon, sen-
itltetl Jolinson to a term of fifteen
years in the ponttentiary.
.Tti.I after sentence was pass,!
J.Iohnson made a leap through a win-
dow from the upper story of the court
liuse He hit the ground running, but
was soon overtaken by ithe town mar-
shal. who landed him In jail.
REAGAN PREDICTS MONARCHY.
Venerable Statesman Wants no Divis.
icn of State of Texas.
.utile J. hn II. IletRagan said In an
Inrt ii iiow at Dallne, Texas, Sunday:
"1 ,I,, nou want Texas divided Inhi,
.1o B .T V ., ,',
4 ',4 ,.nshin 11180s b,64 re
Bfla., ioil 40 alr (1. B. B.) curs
Z .'pJ,4 0cabby, scaly, Itching Eeiema,
I(t,, ailing Sores. Scrofula, Blood PoL.
eop, Uo9n. Pains, Swellings, Rheumatism,
OClor,'t ESpecially advised for cbrunia
* its that doctors, patent medicine and
Hot Sprioga fail tW cure or liclp. Strength.
* CwAi kidneya. Druggiats, $1 per largo
1)gtli' tro prova it cures B. B. B. enat
free by writing BLOOD B1ALT Co., Q3 B3,lm
id., d Alantin, Ua. Deacribe troub.'e a;d
rie mediciil advice sent; in sealed letter.
Udeliana sent at once, prepaid. All wo
Blk i6 'that you will ispeuk a good word for
D3. D. when cured.
Thb yellow who iunlhs o kno ..- it nil
would t be such a nuiaaico ii liL ou'd
onas keep it 1o Jiimself.
:t was at one of those delightfully
festive and exhll;irartng affairs, an at-
tefnon tea, and a guest waa about to
depart .when the' hostoss saldS "Re.
member me to your daughter when
you writa, won't you?"
,Oh, yea Indeed! Yes indeed! She
will be "detlightoe to have me do so.
Since 'moving away out West she is
!ntorestod In the most trifling thing
Se at home." '-Woman's Home Comn.
PFtTSgpianientIy Vo ied. No fits or nervous.
iness after first d aiy's Uis of Dr. Klino's Groat
Norveoloai,'rd. trlnl bottle tnd t rtisofres
Dr. tt. HITL ",t,td lt At 1-ht. h. t
Actions inny sr.icr Itlt.r thl in ii .i,, i
but money oi'tcri t;., iO li, r Ihi in c ,ili
Mra.Winslow's Bootliln -v;irnp fi r ,'lild rit
teething, soften tieli m-- rf'ie 41 Iii- ii u ,i-
tlon,allnys rpainu.cuI wi ,il I _.. i. Ii- l,.t inl
Even the favors w%. ,o riome plnJ.lo nti
regarded with uapicion.
111o'sBnr Is thl bel t medicine wa ever uqi I
forall affootfio4i of throat ndl hug.-i.-Wu.
0. EZIDSar, Vanburen, lud.. F,.. III, tjoo,.
The woman with a lot of tlriirn hiasii't
much time for fails
'1UTNAM FAO.I.I:Vi DiYES do not Rt.ln
the hands or spot t!ie kettle, except grc(n
Som0 men can't e-v(..n clib l% dler ex.
cept in a round-aboutL way.
"An attack of la grippe left me
with a bad cough. My friends said
I had consumption. I then tried
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it
cured me promptly."
A. K. Randles, Nohomis, Ill.
You forgot to buy a bot-
tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec-
toral when your cold first
came on, so you let it run
along. Even now, with
all your hard coughing, it
will not disappoint you.
There's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.
Three sizes: Zc., 50c.. S1. At. idrigilstm.
Con nilt your i.rt.otir if fie %r, a nl..! it.
then do ns ho .ys If tlo telll ,.. I ,.
In take It. tlion iijOn'i i.k,, it. Ift ki..,s.,
Leave t wllh himh tm a n" wlniiii
Sit rentovss thir Bumpr,
0 sIoothes tlo naiveuI ail.
C U RE relleves the ell clir m : a1
'COLDS AND GRIPPE .-.' i
headaeile and I Yurnlgl al iso No b.l
effects. lUo, 260o and 0o bottle. (LiLQUI.)
If You Don't Want
CURLS IN YOUR HAIR
YOU Do WANT
Carpeontr's 01 o AiROW POMADE
tWskLjtu O igrrrATIoN.G
It Is the beet hair stralghtener80. ;t a11t
the hi mot and giter itndl perfectly I"alr
Iss. More thni worlwthe prIoe.
PRICE. 25 CENTS,
Atn U or drdglt hn*' It we wll send it bF
mAll on receipt of W or s In tamps.
AdOAs.m CARPENTER & CO.,
W. L. DOUCLAS
'3;A & *3 SHOES A
TYte'i save from 9S to 86 YI by
i9MuealW .LDougl as8.50 or S *5ae*.
They equal those
that hiTve been co*t-
Ingyou from $4.00
to I~.00. The in-
moanse me of W. L.
DtglaRiM phou proves
tivhc ass hwaln'ss.
John w'. Vwill1
Details of F
I = f'(..N, Neb.-One o the
I ti lih Intererti lg i-hirac- -
S j 11'-i-n in Nlbrnisk history
ll li .i i n \V. W illiantson, of
li.I ,!i-. wltise' iletlilory of
',' tlls., 1i' told to E, E.
j.aicklinui, lhas miaile possiblle this at-
coint of oIte of the great nudian atige-
dIles of thof Wt'tt,'ts lains.
.Mi. tWililanson uca me to Nebraska
froiai W\isiousill and bIecaane ssiMtalnt
farmer for tlie 'awlineiis at (Geonla 11
1872. T'i's was t'wo yeiours l )ltor tce
retimoval a Iof Itio Pt'ti-ioes to tlwlr nimvw
rest'rr I ioll ifo t 1 klll olia.
In, thi se suillivir of lS73 the Indianls in
th(e resni-rvtiioln sIt (;ollOa iisked pcrinis.-
sio-i o take Oi l olil tli .e bniffal hunt.
T'li ,y lihid givon i ll ) thli'r right to all
the va.st, buffTlot. platins of Kltisail s nild
Nelioraskl,, I:1Id (l)is torriiory W'tH rap-
Idly illing willth settlers.
Thi (old tlri tpirlt of s iivag('ry il.
\wVIys Miit'ie il to retilirn to hti Islintas
.dil1iing their efxcitin aid veitnris of' of h
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a n y wl I i,' 1h I h ) lf s I hl' I nl N o .
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nn, 1-.t kill",I Sky iH f in i in n-t
Stht Indint. n shi k f r lii lt f th I s w tll'l.
atl ri t htil III,.. tin t if r o t is t '
I 0 i ,, l t i i l f f* I lV r i' I l ll i l i'r' +' i' u -
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s ini v .1 i i m h a i lo is i er n ic aI.I
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i, '.l ili k I, ir -i Ay. AI'l l tir oh'
frit n t l li t ,l 3I i theC IitItIk ilin lt i' r utl iug
Slijux wI onl. .' "illi I t o e forward
a nd soon i -r sa w 1 I l orf Sl rnx on i
risi rof igrouInil it nlt uile 1nd n lal'M
inorl vt'l Of I' ,. .I'-"l h* -k ;A4-11 .10n 1 .a
Intrlkini -thet o wi.l"s r l1s II t 't awnt'"E.
i"Teri'P--o,'ks. Sk 1es ,i oll-i'f. was
nenr mite IndI r n kl iiin sll lt we
vothtl liptter do. '\Vi:it ldo yol sa ny?,
lie an!;el I lii4m IestCt tl t It We frll
lli,,Ik to n cluiptti or cotlonwom)d ibout
i iwo m!iIet% down the canyon,. The ikee-
I dee chief agree! to this. hbut IhP Kt-
I ke-Hawkil-1 clhiefp wanted to fight, and
Sky Chief was a KHt-ke-Hawkl-I.
S"In hiba absence the eblefs of his band.
tried to assume athortfr and thgmi
were tbr6Wa (etO to. ',lO, ,, A y,
r ,. W.'
4.., ''.I" ilkii 'ifJA a
iSA ADMIRAL SC'HLEY
LING INDIAN BATTLE
lamson, of Nebraska, Relates
"earful Encounter Between
twnees and the S oux.
)Y OF THE WESTERN PLAINS
small hand nnd tlihat he oildh while
them it they tenallt. \helln we go' t oil
Jilgher groitintl, however, we wtlIhnat
the hillls were fairly ilile with s lo ix.
of whotm there Viwere probably luUO.
'Pltings looked dis"'otuptgltig,
"They were not prepared to tillet.
such it formidnblets fo,, anld sooli began
to wealkeii. At this pinlt SutfChlef,
who was hieadi chief of ,thle whole bmand
uaf P'aweies, took couminttd, iand the
discord which .had existed wsatS over-
"The Sioux 'were moving rapidly to-
ward cuti line when Sun- Chief asked
nio to ride out toward thetin Qwith a
white flag, iu hopes that the iotux
had ai trail agent with thoen ual tliat
hie would hold them back when he sa;w
ut white man wiith lthe Pawnees.
"It wiltt-ta pretty hard thing for one
iat utI to ride out anld face a bald of
1000 Sioux roiady for battle, nnd I did
not like to do it. Ilowever, I told the.
Iniorprleer, who wwas in eltiiztWs'a
.lhit ,-l'. thiit li-f I w oulitl g w ill i lilte
v,\' \writll id o tou lui t lth llat dvlilh ilIr
- i ,ux. \I IIo da1 to> w ithin < l l-'li y r1,ls
of thtlln i indi I \Vwit d ti while hul titii "r-
i tief ti 11 tiSllmil t i ti' l Itrliig ill. If
tlire1 -hLii',il1 len it l 1 bw hti[ l tll ito.r
aitlentollln wits liald.
"Now tl,' elltn'ily i'un.tseIl tllinig li
,-h' 111141, 11 l, ly lng 111 oil Ih i r l ith llitr.t,
is r1t d i it n lh. \Vle wl leeltd iiic 1 a2 .'i'd
fil 0t1" lih to lilt, Pdll toO li oll
huh'r our Iives to I1nt I'ii win'' posI init
h'llis oi( ilenud the hilltleh Thle l'wit'uei
lintl tes l1mnl g.tulnrhdl o i, lli, l]tillis nt tlie
In'ow of tihl, ulIillio wA ilelo ithe willtiw
iIni i) Ip l: ihl; or.in ws Te iIi hll CAlie t
t '1hli &IlllW H w ert, 1
in lioni lines o)r hutlf 'ircl- s to Instill
bnii very Into their warior1t. Tl'J' ont-
itinieriosl 1nwii.t ecoutldh not tMinit.
IcIon it; uinint the itlnlk of Ill the Sio lx
'Th lie uilit lirittOu'llittslY,.' ht'ltitn ver'y
lose, i liilost liiid lto 11111i1. and li c
Slollx jPi t'tl It loSitlnsi 60o 0 w 1here tl-3
tilu d i sl ot dlow l ni ( thit, ( iii Oi. o tilo
Ille dIefeni les.t mpla ws hn1 r 1 l1hilhireli.
""Tlh' lPotV lnor-O wsn tlr re' wi's re gni11i-
ni y il.vei r L'Len Iol' their ti.eslitliolt ou t1,,'
hills o d towin Into thite l t.l nyv i w 'hiVh \'aii
l.-ipdly beInl f.surrii'nlil ly tle SloUNs.
I t:in \ tlht It wi n t in pelsltol s ens' i for
I I't lv ses Ind cenit word lo I hr.
clilfs tpi h I11 1wli ll-tl1 Olwk'ni tilie -inlll
n bciore thle Slutxs sHhoulli get liiliiet
*Ilefore (It- word Initd l id tlinel tl
reitch tlis'o, tas If ily 1 iprieonllcerite
iin,1 ti. o itlioings wsI -le Ioutid tihe
Iptlts iwer'e loos iened or e(.t ntd thll
whole alnd of li'lwneles tiild at full
s, ,.ed. IThe stiotux ursMiIed 111loU thtl
Sldes of i1h h(ci1nyoii, shBootlig0 dwtlo oDu
thle triigglling fugitlves, aiitid untny
we're killlih'd in this twny.
iiTh'y followed iti unill we rei' tlld
tlie river, iillo i\\lih.l we 1iiuiiged, niiil
ernton rinac-iod tlie soithl bi)ink, but nilli .
it' tlill P ln111t' s -t twerni killed ( iv hli
i'.1tssli1g W e then itri'led uloiing sit-h i i
de iwn lthie side of jlu river, n tinti ht lI-sm
liln th'vree Imiles titt hcvcrnil hiundrtd
Soldiers inial-cliln upi tilre i11 o 11 tho
'Thi'e ,olhilers offeretl (o geo l li tihe
nltlihiits it) o eil llenl of tle bnl th' l itll
' 1sRcne thlie intnt ild tlthu im lteli., I limit
tile Iiiollns would not Inv It. Ttiy
sai tl tie would not take it if It wIiVlI
be brolight to thonli."
Iln ll labeout 150) I'nwinltie witre Ikllied
nltl those who l enpealld hIit eveTl'Ytlhltni
Ilivy 1ut1l except it fiew paelt ,,f
ialletinnls wvlllh iedt IIH imldtirles fior
the in-1 ttinw..-New Ytik ,rnl d.
Liviing Iy tihe hnlltl.
Inll nn ari-hleo In IInrper-' Wetelily en-
thi-ld "Wheliir Mlliutes Co(oit," FI'ruink.
lii malnttiiews wrItes of lihe ulidelit'l
Imaniti of iffitlr nnud umId 114 itlnili effort
It) cTw'OWd uis iinch activity is posllhli'
itoe the le1ist time. Mr. MAttthews tells
lip i DbhyctnA'ii for whiom Ihe rlnluh f
iinhderini life Itprov'ed fntnil: "le 1 it
linlI t(Ae'ly xiltiite t of (I.i day wtlieduled
liefor(einlnul for hlis work. t[I wnIsM c,-
i|i nvhlly siro it g in etoiKittiIItll|lniRti. lV'L'y
lintlail ittlin tnil il lo eto lili hind llie
tline Used Itn iadvntee, with juet to
hnitny nnlltelit sett ;ipurit for lookilg
iiiit'overtl. 'lio pihy ltiueiu ('lllPh1ntell to
lir wser'iield huw iliig it gook to get
,ir-oitr lInto iis uttlice, ntnd how long It.
itonklito g 't tlitni out. He hlad hble Sce-
n'lt.hl .MCleInhte It I w iloIg it would
taklt iii e-nIrli'age to reilei n certalttn
)lnatce: how log hlie would shitny there,
Iiiul the exnet nilnute lie would 'rei'i
hll ient ull pine, and no on. Itre dild Isis
rrl iltig-for lie wi IIi ulwihyi Inntkitg
|i]lre, et n' id wrilniig pItttperH. I inlg 11i
liitl oe1c-itii of
to hi.s seiretry ac in he drove fnromni place
tI pIliice'utnd hi even wenlt no fir ai to
hul ve hls lilt e- lit r'er v l so lilt lit i tll I
r rtrtl'il '. li1' <11,'il ('otuIllrAn tliely
vsittg: liI lbus ried oit, htesealsIl
.Ie nevorttok any tlnie for play, never
ai-metl to have ny lelHinure, aitd never
thlI lats nny. That'H where lie mnadh,
hin nis ktke. IHe took anldyntnge if
every Ihiior-saving device in tIhtae days.
but hi did It only to do all the 'moru
ulls Foot in It Again.
"I don'tl siippoe," i'onfestid the fair
poeteps, "nuybody hall tfle sllghtient
hIdac how bard It Is now and thPit
Pe-ru-na Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio:
.Centlemen.:---"I can cheerfully say that Mrs. Schley has taken Pe-
ru-na and I believe with good effect."---W. S. SCHLEY---Washington. Do. C.
A DM111AL SCIII.EY, one oof th1 foremnLil, noltal e lieroers or the nlurlcontlh ['rI f' i 1 ...,,, i,:,, o r.n'ien anil ioppoiLlllon i ntt Indli w -l Its way to 11th
ceittiry. A nli tohe.Ili t starts terror Ill ili heluart" of (. ry ii lt A'nl. A' iit1u h4nr1 s tl- 1 ih 1 i ,. i,, ,,,1,, i nl n,1i y Whity wh- c Sh t >ill :Otil ii 1.% l e flt.lt it1 .
of steady nerve, clparhr hel( i. indmiltlt tourtiigl, ,nd prpgi t dii'ialui. givIng "l en "tlO -, .., I,. m,. t. dy i 'givg i vii y. iGrt.lltlitle 1iti n desire tO
.I e p other h'tq Ill i^l I 0..... ,,, ,1- f p1 I), lo)l o gKiv'e intll le 's|Jlltn ln^ltl H fo"ll r 'o-
Approached by a friend recently, his. opinion ww s s wd us. to thlii jtI.i..y of iI t, wo0I re% iit .fi,. w n, .1. I nt.ii.ntI two Nisti I 'StttiIt..fr I'l-
]Permna, the national entarrih renmetly. Without the lilghtest h'lsitat.ilnt h ve NeVer before In thlo !"i% >sl ..r n....,., ...i hi It hate-niet'd toat -io nmany omen
this remedy hi enddrsimelm fit. It app ti. l on late, r v -r. .ii, that IPernlti of nae l mfid lite'i h at i i...i,,. .1, i,,, ,. Iit.,. I wlllhlng to glee ul illi cd
lias benu used ini hs fatiillyy here t It l ae favorite rit uedy, Iitd pitlillc eid( st.i e uts tu ,to i ..i,1..1. N to niitoint of advertl ing
Such. enldorseinents serve to ind'iat6 (he wt't woi rfitl hidldthat Vlerunn has could ltl vove n'complished suci I,.. .i, ti \.nitt I owlt nirita.
upon the tulnds of the American piotIple. It is out o tl,; l qietistih1I Irat so grernit frui'nlt cures (,ftarrh of what .\, i i.o i i.. i 111 oi. ii l, iin ii l ody. T'Uhi
anid famousa ain as. Admiral Stli..y (.coulld have any olti-r rheasont for giving is. whiy It rtevoltyei H It1iny nota11 1l- ii. i I.i. n .
his endoiselent to Peruni ta t n hils posltivo conl ltion th t the tl i n' edy i s all AddrAl ss The ertu a m DPI'g M'l" .... -.... fi' 1 i1. ri litro on
thil t'he sltys it is. aenl rl. r '
The Newspapers and Good Roads. One Solution. Mr. lIay Stainnltard Oakor's irilI. '". 5 *
One, of the most hopeful igns for Iff each Would mind iln; uVn affair, on i"The (Areolt Northwest," i llm, h1. hi A N Ol ,
And each vWotld go its .way, have tI-i-n ii lilt itt The Cn.i ,ii- C'- Y -1 f A
Future of Goodred be11 o lln d ,,t, it, h aLll i6ti A caen i, duiiing lthr pilt year, suceoo.ll din l- i I ,ANK DEPOSIT
ar11is l tho attitude of tho nowspa- To, work, ght hours,, day. Sris o n T r, (rett S11tTiwe.e's,. 000 ..ia.tLiirm Paid. 500
oers aJl over tho state toward this pub --Sam S. Stinson, ui Octobe'r LopiiliI whih(l l that tilagaxino ic i hlilshed tilhe 9 'it.:i. 'r.,. s itffirad.
Ic quesltlon. Editors like pblltician.s, (,itIs. v ,, e. l ,,lfo. i-,Ill i c.nl.nu; hIs ollts o oil O .C O.
ive with Oii inr on thl m i gtit.d ,i' --- l------ |||, r .lo 111.. na il ;.QrB tti -
IVoa wl fi rsth l I. AI' tn n h of t1 rti pI-.I i r .ho. 11-g 1n rin it.-ti-tl tir .l i .1"s to .
irar the first runlbiillSg oif i an lti A Matter of Grammar. ali.I.-r d ii, g ling i: I tiltOn 1,. t uit n A ry 0 n
lrul chIng lti ulntar uh i lr3isi tg; I anIlt d aH t I i i ,, Nwv Yorl'-Kr.- W ll, I'll bI ile. I I, will .,i. Th, r iei.. It onIyCol"i p any
ho f' rst 1 0to l. il t til. ll a liti'I I IiiI I I,,.'.,|'it () I.i Ih >I f n ra f \V. lnr Ill,. )A1 I ',
urul'O rriiinllil~lPIo y Itlnd piii)l~l ;Ir ft^, r l" i I.ilrh. 'la -i, aiinl;LIii ) ll'in rite; .y ut W i.h t'l'n S h"[Ii ,,f- I(,'.silh'. ,'I illd Sl *s1 1 .'1 i",il I ,I
hto Iriu'u ellse itrlffe.ll lliu igita1I0'.J ih,-,l it i l r i ... 'e. I II l,,I liiiih t!" oiher "lhiraturif ll -rc-" AV IR S & McAMI ii.1.AN,
if our popilmn ,isn LMo tl hon i to.rh.),i, h i .litiniat Ga
Thu good rond iropsiition hai,,s ithn Ll THIS COUPON BI YOUR MESSENGER OF DELIVERANCE ,,,.,
,gitated long enouglih to enuitlo .oiu FROM KIDNLY, BLADDRL), AND URINARY TROUBLES. M A C H IN E RY
opico to doturnutIlit- wlier or ntr It M A C I 1 iiIV
Sagood t hpigr andi the [act tll. oII l 'i. the 1 ail ine -- -- --- -- -- Tie reason you ran
o t Ittil. ilI III1t h 1, ts. i s O a lM ilhlitrial thfre is ise-
luw.aiipenrs coittilnutly advoitI li pl i iren,Ii ,iol i.v'ii...it a ,fti ...It ,i'" i"*us" '"" ,
rose sivI holt'y along tU1st line a I t h Iu higshet, .oIs.
o;()d iitiialon of o i14 peltinnenely its Ariltng hacks tare cdnael. i I',d "" '"T l ItANVT". Mtei-
0i0bllc quU8tioh n 11(1. n E t l t. ir' .' l i ,n.'v 14 il '," ...i' "ISwh ich,,,,,) s ',, ti 11c ,.
MS voe ral of Oir1 load oing paleIorS ((I.1 1 l1,s, cud tlopi y i algs silLta 0 LL rs, it ,tr10- ti urhi` h,1 1 t,0
'Ote each wvool i Oloni1leabo -s paliou t II 'riy cO'rnet uinitu1. ilh a u a in a Ii ltlloit. I Ihll uial.tiI
the s ulthJoet, and iipon any public or' h iw I k titr "'i, iiiri. lt ill ih iVieS w eU U Ii'iterw y.
lnw c g'do slrtel.to------- 'E i \sl wind -n Iittelli w Ahl
cahlon whon good roads are lu be dis.
iisa ed, special roiireseinttlvi!tis of Illi
press aro tstit, s iinimlintes long di
(ntlt'.s. I tn ordr" lu s'l'io tmplelo
and ar'ntirato ropnort of thu provooil.
Intgs. A fe.w days ago siithi a nnethIig
wits held at Inkakvlw, In Muoro cotii-
ty (N. C.) andh 110 leading dlallles ci,,
tho following morning contained a full
account of what wint done thero.
Upou Ie li publicity afforded by an
intelligonit pruss must the advoealos
of goll rsotds dtipend fur theot Odin-
tinli nild Inspilrtillon ofi our eItizens.;
Ont It Is be-llevod tlhai llnotgli Itlhs
nihiltini--imore hlian any other-will
be hirolght about tho ultlmIato roforili
In oiur piblhci riInd system at Ipresoa.nt
atdvooaled hy ia raplilly Incrousintg nl-
A Sermin Its a fietetnce.
If you aro niorhe. ninmily or deaponil-
elnt: If you have ait hlt tof wo)rryhlg or
fretllng ailout things, or ainy other
fault wileli lilnldcr your growth o r
progress, Illunk |Iprsistei1tly of the op-
posite virgin nalil prn tl('c It until It is
yours by foriei of hanbt.-O. 8.t Murden,
Int Strces" .
nearness Cannot lie C redl
by loeaaitgippllntLIonl t a Llioy cannot roaolittits
idiseased portion iot the oar. ''horos Ionly or-i
wity to ours d'rniftois, and that Is by oonstl-
tutilonal re:nuhilei. Dealrnelers OLnutldil hby 1:i
infla' -mid oonilltlIorto the Ilitniqoua llit ti\ot
the .bustnohlni Ti'iuli. Wlhen tlili tibti l Int-
flaneild Yiou have a ruinling souiil or linper-
Iolt h tsrltnft, and when 1 II elit tli'ly nlosdil
Deafnesa is thlo refsiltanid 1iihian thiH hiitllian-
inatllin lti hil Ib itnkoit O ii ithia d thlo tlis rn-
s.lorod to its norntiil condiition, bearing will
bio idIetroved forovor. Nino eeBOBA out of tinl
airen ittinai by antnrrht.whli litInotli igtlh in l .iitn
Jiiflitntsd noniltl')ii of thio ininum i tiB Hirfiimao.
We will giv (Ono l[uindreii Dollaro for anuy
etso o( i)efarno i(oiiasut Isl)y aoutrrhc)tlinat Pa-
nII)t Ii urged l)y b all'UROItiLrrh ulirn. hi'tl f.,ir
olr Julnrs froo. F. J. (JIIuNra&OOr., 'i'oledo,U.
Stld y l)nrgglts, 715S.
Uall's Family PIlus aro tiheo cit.
Morel Snlfr 1I0o0d Now.
TlIe inuff Tutirs of tlhe Unitedi SIatps
hiaveI lnereaued Il i1111111ber abloult sx
per cent. a yenr ftir aeveoral year. tak-
ing the auniritan rois.ll)ptloni of astmfl as
the busis of vaenitlaton. The aggre-
gateto wiglit of pI)lut'ch of snuff tukc't
last yenr WIIH 11,8.)0,000 pounds.
Suicide and Poetry.
NesblI Piluehurst had returned from
tho Adirondacksi and was relating
Eome of his oxperlelncos.
"Yes. Bydney," heo aild, "mho made
fools uf both of us."
"What!" fcald Sydney. "In one short
"No." said Nesbit, "in two short
"What did George do?" Inquired
"eiorgo, poor fellow," roplied Nea-
bit, "threw himself into Lake Chain-
"Drowned hinimsf !"
"Well, what did you do, Neabhl, old
"What did I do? I didn't do a thing.
Sydn ; I wrole some verses about.
Iho affair and sent them to a maga-
zine."-Sllas Xavier Floyd, In October
S "That Line of Sport."
"I hereby challenge any man :n
town for a olam-ea'ing contest to de-
c ide which 1I the fattest clam-eater
In town. I wil make a side bet that I
can eat 50 clams quicker than any
man In that line of sport, Saturday
for one who is in the Iterary grindI to1* uitIat i twodo uuzen nim In ne
express wllth thl precise shade of 0 minute. Challenges to George Kohl-
nieaplaing the Idea one has In one'a' mans, 729 Second street."-Baltimor,
mind. I have worked sometitnes three Sun
lourt or more upon a single line."
"Dear me," commented Mr. Makin-* A CONSIDERATE HUSBAND.
brakes, anxious to be complimentary, "130Do yot really think r have appen-
"your poemn don't read as though youI diletles?" sald Mr. Meekton.
bestowed the slightest thought upon must confess that I have fears
tlepm. I mean, of course, they. do. I 4n that direcMton."
That Is, they seem, you know. no kind "Well, there's one comfort anyhow.
of-or. rather, yon understand, so-o It'll be something for my wife to
emy to do don't youee -that-tat- br about to the nelghbors."-Wash,
well, yot just dabsh 'v off, you know- il-gto Sta r.
anybody can see tbat"*-e- b--lon't yoou
think there's altogether too much fuse -
over this yacht raMe.. s Mia sybold'I- '
. ., It :, :"
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t oills remttc*'citletil miad
Itr ,v l. i h .ll. i ii,. I p a l-
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E i, t I tIi# t fo, e fia' 'h
I-is til it "init rinomilit
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trilni tverl I hill fnor icwv.k
Wickk idp ilot li) rollr until
Sused D11o1,1' L'Itl "
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In tli 1 |Wli L. 111 1 irII t lit
whlih wotnlil tdc ol ilke put
1iir ii lima tinnil 1it to .I
lni eli hrlimlley I iattn
thd t frui trlIal tild Iwto
fult 1hnxoe of ouiitt's i'llli
vltih t1h 11 llfncillAin fit
rorrlliff l llt I I Alim olii'i-i|.
"rliy ain' Ihet Il in,,idy jire
B 10 ViAt.IAfR
NEW RIVAL" BLACK POWDER SHELLS.
- -It's the thoroughly modern and Bsoentiflo system of load-
Ing and theo use of only tho best materials which make
Winchester Factory loaded "New Rival" Shells give bet-
ter pattorn, penetration and more uniform results gener-
ally than any other shells. The special paper and the Win.
cheater patent corrugnateJ head used In making "New
Rival shellsT ivo them aWtrienth to withstand reloading.
3 SURE TO GET WINCHESTER MAKE OF SHELLS.
I'rnest T'lhiniii:ton sRuin IH t f) I o li ro t -l
tIrliutie it ,erl-i-n f rtlltie'IfH I)t llti l tJl C r1o s s
Ing yentr f iTho ('fenltry, whiIh ui he
tivo litl, 11Slettl>H wl-h ,will [rng1 1 ood liver pill-Aycr's Pills.
1. 1A r A.,,tonhas Ali ',its to ,They act directly on the liver,
Aniir) In tlia h ,nn uIaimmratiuo is o,,wn cure biliousness. i _.0.".0;_
,i ..- -. Want your moustache or beard
11 ti ir t. PilItill oa beautiful brown or rich black? Use
In tihe It nI i t i l iif i r y. niii l i, ii r I
111111m- I'%,is 11 of11111ii BUlKINGHAM'SgDYE
]11 ihicil rtl u '--I"t, 1 111' Yili ll ul I iu 11 rims cl. i.c, iiluit5.5 i & .i I
get( ainlllut l Iiul Iti, Itlilln. Thile tl rt i ut nitd W nmt IJno
R-E--- ACROSS[ 8 IU Il
FREECImann BUC, ,,
Tn all who suffer or tn the frlenuda of those s THE
who iiffor w tii KIlCiliny, l.iver. Hear lHid-niI-r
fir HIloI lilies. a maunil| s Icttle of iiarlt'
Oln and1 nucii the r-v t tPl n htcll t I Kliny mid
I.iver Mediil % e Ill iii k.iit ali.ml,'.Inrlely frt e ,r TEE XAS pw ric
coast. L etl l ti lli t.iuptr. At idirlt m TtIAIR
DRUG W 2,o i i a a. fill 8,,AI LWO
Iw TOIu .s TO r)'ANwr.n qtltsTIOrI.
Thirty fiV 1 111t-'. hmltirt.it Ria te Sl i lirev port to
I &i.a % lia e fim r tnolW'litk ont i' ,,--asI.
I, P. TUltNIc, i, ilnn. i l'm AK L. Ilitlai. Te as.
RD YW U Relieif.
Remove* mil welliffIng ina to
)a ~I rffrtie's a Iiermilauenlt cure
I i t I lo tdeayr T'rialltrartr teint
K, I n ri .e Nothli leftn eli falfer
..r. .. Spa0lillte, ox B A nlan l..
"I have usedi nnr vii abl
neveir bini ti> e ric..a.. thr. trle i. iu'l wilt
nov be wlbiu I Rh A r. Ahany. .NT.
S tB5eat For --
Plemaa Plilslbfle. Pott i'etAMAOod. Doqo0d,
Woer Shl nn. Wti an of (rlps, UKo. 2 .k a W. IT,",
idl In Ilk. Th a Se nallat a )l ts t p Ut U .
arlintJll.e to sire or yei r a Inom ry Dc.
tefrllin Remedy Co., Chlsgo or N.Y. &oa
ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILUON BOXES
fr Iy ermou-
Reliable Frick Engines. Bollers, all
Sizes. Wheat Separators.
BEST IMPROVED SAW MILL ON EARTIf,
Large Engjlnes and Bollers supplied
promptly. Shingle Mlls,. Corn Milles.
Circular 8awa,Saw Teothi,P.atent Dogs,
Steam Governors, Full line Engines &
Mill Supplies. Bend for free Catalogue,
. . .. .. . . .
ItIJ llll i T'nn i bu)le iare
ti.letliw es y,'mr i smile.
fA. itlnit 'd [1i mii0iioS
or. ,111,- l.,i ,v onli ,e
uohl in tIheI IuLlted
Points Io U la ainalgle
yiar. Ever iy illness
arliing from a dllriiuth'rptl Btulunch In
rellv tid or itri-od by heir tsit. Bo
colintll in im It I La dilm tnit is orliglnate
truint tilh Htoiniii 11 It in1y 1e sanely a-ll
ertIl' tId tlleitu Ie 1O e<(iniltlUiol of ll
hnit- h thit will unt he l1u1Pitledn or
etlired ly the oci-iiluilln tine of ltipanI
Tabullem. h'llyhcluhi ktnow ipthin land
Iptnk highly ui' lnthim. All druigglets
sell i Iheni. 'I'lhi live w-iit l)Ulaknge Is
enough for nn orilnnit'y QuLctisitn. and
'thlo irltl ly bottle, Olxty citltt coititrlit
a hoistlhold supply fnir n year. One
generally gives rollef witlilu twenty,
1r our Pr i edot ZIon n d 'flutf. VVnrith. O.
S Elrrii f nrIUn n l iUn "i. (a n 11 luA pa
r 1cry. fille for m tnri es, i..rl,,m uuirtue, t lei
na11rtAs M .liarFAruiaIe do.i illonlena, .yao
Give th5 r nme of 'thi paper whan
writing to advtrtlsers--(At42-3)
The Youth's Companion
Till! FAMILY PAI'I I 1) NATIONAL CIRCULATION .THE. LIFh IT PICTURES AND THB
CHARACTERS IT IIELPS TO MOLD ARE TYPICAl QF OUR TIMES AND COUNirlY
ANNUAL SUB'SCRIPTION OtFFEM
The Now Sub"criber w tilts out ad mends this slip or01 te ie
of this Paper at sM I w It i lI.7 will receive t
All the laIell fi Thl Cemnilon for the remialnl M wel eleto.
The Th.anksovil, Chr.-isimas and New Vser's Doub l1 Nf
The Youlh's C ,amiiplon "springfiml" Calede datf I
,,^hy 4 Odri s~e d la twelve colors and gold. ,. -..,, J; '
Then tim fBty4wo Issues of The Compldi
of6 e .'et reading for every- we .qa pt.
PUZ., ANvow'NC WtTB AND AMA.I.IL COPja. "R1.
T.. TOI COMPANIONF. .
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wsILvt1iHie'mILiiiveQrse 4 t maIt il-,
t'fttr.Ktug Variabklm lui-ol Wor",.t 1 ilsare uil-1
ettiell fOr intl ii ti-Y, Mitt it.1fri-xr JAIn'& Ft.-
IXY AN IDlSAME or -iri-nAtiflit t' Ito y(. 11 i~
tOtial. it ivrt reo-i n hl i ill;Mn,"fai'Lii rp yt .5
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negro cnn certainly get a fair trial
in a Florida court."
Nassau county went wet Tutes-
4' day, and the liquor people through-
out the State are rejoicing. This is
the first Florida county to go wet
in a long time, while niany have
gone dry. In Lee county, which
went dry on the Jay of the terrible
storm of a few \eeks ago, tlie elec-
tion has been set aside for the reis-
on-we are told-that the vote was
too light to show a fair expression
of public sentiment. Possibly the
wet mten could not get to the polls
on hliat stormy 'day as well as the
drys could, but we.don't believe it
The Live Oak Daily Democrat
is a welcome.visitor to our exchange
table. The Daily Demnocrat ap-
peared for the first time Oct. i2,
S- nd is a neat 4 page paper, five col-
untins to the page, with J. F. Sher-
v wiotd as editor aud proprietor, and
e Jeff. L. Davis us associate editor.
It is well filled with interesting
v., readitsg matter and local advertise-
t meant; and if the people of Live
i Oak dlo their duty by tihe ntw daily
' (and we have no doubt tliat they
will), we luak lur Brother Shlier-
wocd'a daily to flourish. Success
to thie Daily Ilenioclit.
The precious sweet miaidemn who
has maniny admiirers-:as ll of -thel
do-and desires to make every ad-
S mirer happy-as some of theuti do
-". has a hard limue ol it, it's true,
.* but they are not all who are ssomle-
;. tilunes at a loss to know what kind
Cof a choice to make. We editors,
poor unfortunates (in sowe Ie
Wcs) that we are, have our sore
tI'.. When so inany candidates
.antiug one and the same ot-
Si doubt that we are of.
SJeved Ibecause we cant
k o'lo mall? If it was gto6
d_; wmn atnd
ol ses its isokstion and rural life b
comes more attractive.
If Editor Selzer, of the lHigh
Springs Hornet is anything, he is
frank. To persons in this city he
admiritted last Tuesday that the
derogatory statements and allu-
sions which have recently appeared
in his paper about the Brake.
Callison affair (about which the
Ocala Banner has also had much to
say), was "a matter of business"
with hiin-"a matter of dollars aind
cents," "and," continued Editor
Setzer, "it's the same with Har-
ris." As far as his statement con-
cerning Editor Harris Is concerned,
He probable only said what lie be-
lieved, for wq do not believe that
Editor Harris has been divulging
any of his secrets to the High
Springs editor, but surely Mr Set-
zer knows what he himself is doi:ig.
and why he is doing it.
Referring to some criticisms on
his frequent anti-prohibition allu-
sions, Mr. Setzer said: "It's true
I'm a preacher, butt I'm running a
secular paper, and I've got to
make a living, and where I nam I
can't afford to run a teilperance
It will be seen by the above that
Editor Seizer is very frank, but ont
the local ministry and on the splen-
did town in which he resides it's a
little hard. And his reference to
the "Ocala editor" may have been
Intended as a compliment, bdt to us
it seems a little uncomplimentary.
Frankness in some things is much
to be admired, but sometimes it
uncovers a pyramid ol dirt
end Youil Laundr j to
e ef 'AU
Many of our sumnimer guests are
still with us, especially along Sea-
breeze Boulevard and in the neigh-
borhood of Keating's pavilion,
where the numerous cottages are
still occupied and everything has a
. Gainesville First Baptist Church
gave $163.25 last year for foreign
missions. What Florida church
has made a better showing? The
pastor expects to raise at least
$175 for home and state missions
before the convention.-Southern
When theT.-U. (Toliver-Union)
gives that promised write-up of
"The Men who Made Jacksonville,"
we wonder what part J. N. C. Stock-
ton will be given in it. Will the
T5-U. be any more reliable as a
writer of history than it is as a
political organ?-Levy Times-Dem-
We are inclined to.the belief that
if the council were to abandon the
practice of putting measures
through in one session, and thus
give the sovereign people au oppor-
tunity to get in their sovereign
opinions, it would make people feel
better-sotme of them.- St. Peters.
Your Chickens, Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-
Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce. and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.
Us. weba yo, .'m. 8ta-
'' The alnesvlNle Twice-A-Weet Star,
D. e. OGODWIN,
Sdltor and Proprietor.
_- ..-.-. thle new convict law which permits man for the murder of Editor Gotn. of
Entered April 28, 10m3, at Gainesville, of the working of short-term felo- zales of the Colmlbija State last ev
la.n, as second-class natter, under Act of ny convicts oni tile public roads, January, returned a verdict of ,re, '
S. .Congress of March 3, says the Savainah Morning News. "not guilty." T'illmaan Iha bel agi
Published every Tuesday and Friday, It will take at least that minfch time in jail eversince the killing of Goni- cri
at$1l.OO a year In advance, to get the scheme into smooth- zales, aimi his triml was a long tamid pec
S. 50 Cents for Six Months, running order and to demonstrate tedious one. More than -i dozen hu
.25 Cents for Three Montihs. whether the movement was wise or lawyers were employed to defend hva
'i 4 -- -" otherwise. Just at present the sit- .the minurderer, and the trial doubt- she
Loal'' Readers in brevere tpecents alio i somewhat beclouded by less cost the Tilln:ans and their ti a
a line for each insertion. lhe varying and high estimates that friends nitay thousands of dollars, cor
Space for display advertisemieits priced I have been made with respect to the Tilluman goes 'forth free from the wo
on application, cost to the counties that will emi law, but, in the opinion of millions aha
S, ploy convicts on their roads. Some of people, with the brand of mur- the
Shame onl all Florida if Ino one of these estimates have been higher der upon his brow. It will not he I
receives punishment for the recent than S300 per convict, including the surprising to those who are conver- for
lynching at ,awtey. 'sum that will be lost to the school satnt with the history of tile crime
... .. fund and the amount that must be and trial if other killings occur as n1Sa
There Is sonic talk of General ye
Bulherlock being a candidate against raised for guarding and other ex- result of Tillmani's act, but let us tir
Congressman Sparkman. penses attached to a chain-gang, hope that such will not he the case, tyv
congressman Sparkman. Some of these high estimates would but that the nutirderer's own cou- Iv
Nassau county has gone wet, and appear to have been made for the science alone (if lie has any) be his
if the election is not set-aside because purpose of discouraging such coun- further puni-her.
of illegal voting, there will prob- ties as had an idea of going in for .
ably be a rush of rummies to Per. a system of good roads made with Iii the county site election il Ba- thl
nandenia. We pity that city. convict labor. If that particular ker a fewv days ago Macclcny, thile an
-.___. -. feature of the new lease system present county site, won over San. wa
Hon. Henry L. Mitshell, treas- could be broken down, there would (erson by 68 n oajorityn I
urer of Hillsboro county, and ex- bea greater number of convicts to STATE PRESS CLIPPINOS. I
Governor of Florida, died at his be leased; and Chairman Turner
hom e in Tampa, W wednesday after- as expressed it as his opinion th ...L.. .. ... "
Woon. All Florida will mourU the the lease or "labor se aw if the candidates gave trad
,......r.... mI g staps wttU every balt
passsng away of the grand old man.d Ing stamps with every ballot--
-s .oh a-ftegadld11 yet devised. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Some of THU S exchanges Meanwhile a number of the -
,' to THE N ,cws counties are going ahead with ar- Jim Tillman has eighteen law-
Ther i no such pape as rangements to work their quotos of years. It is cheaper for Jim to be
GainThere svil e News. Exchange ed the short term felony convicts oi hanged than to fee all those law-
itors wil please make anote ofths roads They will try these yers.-JacksonvilleMetroplis.
fault, and all who have been sending and learn from experience whether y_
their apers to Tha News will or not it is a good thing. Should krom present indications, some
please send them to TH STAR it be found too costly, they can f our political slate-hankers il lhis
stplease send them to T S n- drop it later. It is worth a fair State need a sponge and a fresh
S---" a- and unprejudiced trial, anyhow; start more thai, a pencil.-Times.
The Seabreeze, a new paper pub- and it is certain that each county Uuion.
I lished at Seabreeze. Fla., by Pierre that works its convicts on thie roads ____
d'A. Pratt and J. N. Willis, edi- as much as one year will obtain the Barrs seems to ie taking a rest,
tors and proprietors, is a welcome nucleus of a system of good roads but when he goes into the camn-
addition to TuH STAR'S exchange that can be added to as the oppor-e expects to co-
list, The paper is a four-page tunity arises, duct a whirlwind campaign.-Jack-
S *"Sevw.Mncolumn one. It is well edited We look on this road-building sonviile Metropolis
and parents a neat appearance. plan as a good thing., even though
Success to it. it should not prove permanent, be Barrs, thle Jacksonville candidate
If the Preidet to discuss the cause it will get the people inter- for Congress, seems to be gaining
If the Predent is to discuss tested in the good rounds movement., round every cIay and it is thonlit
divore question ir his wonnual es- Give a community half a dozen by astute politicians that lie has a
sage to Congress, we wonder if he miles of well constructed, smooth, walk over -Titiap. Tribune.
wll touch on the Insanity divorce, hard roads, that will stand rain
.law of Plrida, and if lie will vol- and heavy traffic without clissolv- l'ile efforts to secure a pardon for
uuteea the information (?) assoe ig intor mud and puddles, and it ik MvSlaic DeCris have come to mnn, ht.
Florida l tors he one that a foregone conclusion that the le(.ieorgin ps.am coinmission has
marriage is only a civil contract ileage wil b q ickl doubledand l clias I t, r .cn ,id tint h
sane they arebdead?' in- mileage will be quickly e declici tm recmin mmd tht tie
and that when persons become in- doubled again. Once the people pireclll Ie m toaiutc. .-1re hint ly
.sane they are dead? learn the advantages of the modern parve n uetcv. -J,.'ks.lnvli
deserves ciimesc.-J ck' navill I
Aa.,wyer Thompson from Ohio highways, experience the saving in Metropolis.
sat in the court room here last time and cost of transportation and
Wedeiiday, and watched the pro- tie wear and tear on stock, they The Tallahassee Daily Capital ,
ceediaga in the case of a negro will have no other kind. A system authority fur the statement thiit
being tried on a charge of murder, of good roads' is one of the best there are one hundred and five old
he said to the editor of THE STAR: investments that a community or Itaids in the Capital city The Live
"I am glad I have heard this; I a county can make. Wherever the Oak girls are so sweet and cute
am from Ohio, and when I go back road touches property values are that not one ever gets over sweet
home I can say to my people that a increased The country district sixteen.-Live Oak Democrat.
We'll Show You
Some very pretty frames if you'll only
come in and give us a.chance. .
We like to show our line of frames,
mnoldingp and pictures. We like to make
art frames to Watch your art pictures.
We would like to enlarge you. phture in
ay size and grade from a crayon to an
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hut +lock o, inw tb. be't ,r could
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Tim. uanzotiint. f the capitial ,lw k- i-P.
her (if .slilireb heiig two Iiiii-Itudir p
valAie Qi eaci h Ameilc OuIindi rcIn-I4
(lou.tgo Ii)) of Ithe stiick %411411 hL -III
scrihed or amisii aied Iat roi te ii-1 paid II
ciishIior other Irillert y Allt (CII, -,Iiit I
be fU'I ratill s1 Welmnl ll iii I 1-1i1t,
The terin for which s1al e.ijrp|.,r.Ili t,.
sd iill exist shiull e Iinllel v u .%-iIl .-.iiS
The buliisness of said crpOrtilou.i1 duail
be comliicted l)Fty resideiit, \icer I'ru..
dent, General Mlunger and Secretary ;uid
Treasurer, anuia lloild of I irect, to10
consist of three niltmbier-s, iill suchli other
ollicers as uiny b2 created amil .ippintl
by hle Board of Directors, or '.li l1olI-
ers.I liThe hiniiies shall ie ciidiucled t-y
J. L. Medlin, President; I 1) Wvn i.
Vice-President; I l M. HRiles, -Geer.l
Manager and Secretary aml Treasurer,
until there shall have leeiu m tII Ctiot6ln oh
offices held by the stockholders, aii 1111
til thesumne shall l hve been ,ll i l41.I liei l.
The first naiiinali meeting for the electioii
of stock holders shall he ou the th day I.f
January, .\. D. 1904 inid on the I:irt
I'uesdav of January of each ear thlere-
after, unless changed by the I t%&, of the
The highest amioiunt of minlelitehaie-s cr
liability to which the said corporrition 1n.a1
at any time subject itself, shall lie lTen
ThousiuId ($Io,Luo. iool Dollars.
The nammies nnd resinlcl ic_'-.|Cf ic .Iuili
scribers to this proposed charter Iare:
N. G. wade, Moiilntrook,. Ilit 2
E. 1). \Vynni,. ;'aJinesville, Fla., 25
1. M. Riles, Gnintesville, Fla., 2S shIu c's.
J L. Medlin, Albion, Fli n 5 shaies
State of Florida, I
I'ersonally came before mile 1. 1Ai. Riles
and d 'I WVynn, each of whom heilig i)
mne well known, severally Nacknowleilgei
that they each signed tile abote a111nd fore-
going proposed Charter i tihi' lilliilCt.r
ani for the uses. andI pirpli)-,e as threin
set forth and contained.
Taken mid acknowledge il before nile .n
this t Ioth l day of Augutst. 1) 19-9j
[sjHAI..] I.:` L'. Pi.i- ,
Notary l'iblic State of l 1horla ntI
Large. M y coniillission ex, ires No<,eIII
ber 9, 1903.
State of Florida,
Levy County. j
I'ersolnally came before t e J. I. lieie
HlI, to i e well known, a lo ;ickmowl.
edged that lie sigedl lithe alicvt i,14 fore.
going proposed Charter in thie l illliel
and for the uses stel purposes as thuteinj
set forth andl contained
Taken :tid acknowledged before Into
O0l this 27tl dny1 of Autgust, A l. 1-4,.,
[SKAL.. liAuRNKCV RIi. LCOi.oN.
Notary Public Slote of loridiu it l.arge.
My commission expires Miarli 2;. i,.,7
W5afl m g. when they were ap.
prised of the tragedy by two negroes,
who found the body dangling froni a
"It is believed by some thit thie broth-
er was lynched because lie knew the
hiding place of the man who was charged
with the crime and would not divulge it.
"Alta Williamns is already under bond
for various offenses, one being tile break-
ing into ot the Lawtey postoffice Sher-
iff Johns, of Bradford county, is at work
with his deputies investigating thie nmat-
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Brooklyn, N. V., April 2i, '99.
DIr. S. 11. Giddinga,
Dear Sir:-Wdill you kindly inform ale
by return mail if you can send your 50c.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send you
a postal note for thie same. Please inform
me the amount of postage if it can be
When in Florida thie winter of 1.397
and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent size andl produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once more if I cat get it.
59 Hicks St. J. \V. IlAvYNiv
State of Florida,
County of Alachua,
City of Gainesville.
Personally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, in andil for the
State of Florida, at large, S. It. Giddings,
who being duly sworn by te deposes and
says that the above testimonial was sent
to him by mail by J. \'. llaynes, a man
whom hlie had never seen or heard of,
also that lie had no knowledge ot the
mlan ever having used or procured the
L'Un paralleled Ilair Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had influenced him to
send it, and that the inam has never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
12th day of November, A. D. 1902.
S. B. GIDDINOS, M. 1).
J. M\ Rivm s,
Notary Public for the State of Flarida
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con iections for ialmetto, Manatee. Oneeo anil Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
days, from 6aiuesville.
Trai N .. 3.1, Seaboard Express, drawing room l'ullumaa sleepers between
Tainpu, Jacksonville and New Vork, via Richmonad and Wamnington, Vestibuled
daiy caiclies between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
cni -ervice from Jacksonville.
No. 66, eaboardi Mail, day coaches, snail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksoiinville and Washington, amnd drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack.
cAnville antil New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse, Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
inediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, l'nlluan sleeper Letween New Orleans and Jacksomville.
Statinern, for Key West and Havana.-- Leave Port Tampa Sundays., Tuesdays aul
"i'hursdavys, i p. in.
A. 0. M6l5CO)N F .iL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
V'. C COliIM, Ticket Agent, Gainesville. a
Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Time Table in Effect July S, 190J.
Ii Ie' Da ly
.,l., I Oi, la y
Ii. 11 %
Under i1Ind by virtue of the authority%
vested in mie as Executor of the last will
and testament of Arthur Miles, deceased,
I will sell at public outcry, before the N
court house door, in the city of tGaiues.
ville, Alachua coumity, Florida, on ti'Tes-
day, the 29tll dlay of October, A. D. 19o3.
for cash, to the highest anil best bidder.
between the legal hours of sale, all that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situ
ated, lying and being in the coilinltv of'
Alachua, State of Florida, particularly
known aud described as follows, to wit":
South half of Lot 2, south-enst ', of
south-west '4 of Section 27, Townshilp g,
Ra e S. Together with all und singui-
lar te tenements, here itiat ses and np-
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LAS. A". GRAHAM.- -redet.-
BARKER. GHL LA Sut
.I F. HILL Agent.
TIKE The Atlantic Coast Line
F!OR .LL ER-RTHLY POINTS.
iQ JDuoi nt
P. & 0.
WestU nr' r-a
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed 5ervico.
Time Table in effect May,24, 1908.
, .. K........... ., .-- ln ..t..ejl iilrg or in l I)eI_" rti:For
any wise appertaining. r GAINESV'].LI-: Arrive Fro
CliRIST I.i.:l R ,IAr -l:S(VN,, i ;nri'| Fro-
Csrms. igh Spring and Inter.
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If it is job printing you walltJ.t sen .I-i-y Intenmediate Poi n d t
your order to the iar. It will have -. p nI Palatka yto
prouipm attention, anid work andl prices' "ly I North. Es t les
wliy11aIn a Springsa. Waycroes, Savannah, Brunswlek, .1:1 t1o
will suit you. tf i 1:I4ain "i a mNorth, HEat antld West V
Sai bany, Aanta, all Points North. East West
Have you tried Giddings' Itir Grover2 I Ronl", i cin It"
Others have tried it rand iroouncedI it: ) i
good. For sale ate. 1. Giddings' Drug e ax. l undav
Store, nevie, anid I'oatoffice rug .a -h Spring
Store, igh pringsInerchngeable ileage Tickets. good over 13,000 al
pal r-ilway's inthe' Southern Sltate. are, on sale'by thetpri oj s t in pmei-
Throug l P ullman ,stee pro rtT a-Iiz' Ne- .
also via Atantic'Coaet Liepae od -S-a l .- ew y.k, .
The STAR Is $ a For complete information, call on
4 41-1 ^uWlAddrea: FRANK C J OVTO'. --- r. -H,
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m MIN "T,1.I
State of loridan, I
l.evy Couuty. i' I
Personally came before me N (,. WaMle,
to me well known, who acknowledged
that lie signed time above adi foregoiig
proposed Charter imn the ilanlner andl for
the uses antl purposes as therein set forth
Taken and acknowledged hiefore ume on
this 17th0 day of August, A. 11. t19 3
[S I.u.. ] 'FRANK. ].. C1 s ,A-V '.D ,
Notary P'ublic State at I.arge. 'oim-
riission expires Septelmber 1(, 1i,)( 6
CONVICTS ON TElB ROAD. 1 TILLMANa 4SOe65i E
A year hence it will be possible Vesterday morning gt 10:45 the Ai
to form a valuable opinion respect- jury in the case of the State of
ing the wisdom of that feature of South Carolisiar'-V. James H. Till-
1 .1- -.ih& -- I I --
LYNCHED AT LAWTEY. Prfe TLSH \ tes .
n Innocent Boy Lynched-ade m F UTTON & CO.
Fatal Mistake. 4 C
Fa .al i. tk C C. I IIO.MAS.
The following from au exchllalge tells QAINC;VII I
one of the ..iost deplorable affairs hat. ATTORN1 I .A OttOn p t m lt r.
er happened II a civilized land,nii(, n Yf ily viille, F a r irl lil. 4r .
e last lragrnpli ff the article wen ite C o tt i ,; i i li t
inIled that but for thle imirde-r encouir- *i lw H I 1
ig practice of turning iIl sorts .f 'lhone No. p nigh7p it Pri ale O Pa t i O h 1011nd LOtto
1ill inls out o1 bonds thlint no one ex-'
ta collected if forfeitel. this terrbh'e ClIItrls' I.:R MI ll.:S( N. I1 Seed or Lint, Large or Small uantities.
order of an innocent boy eight nd or Lint, Large or Sall Quantitie.
eO. ban Ucommitted. "Under hond for A*' 1 74 ,\.(P gV.roA' Advances made. Warehouiir charges free. Fi:l riffeis
ious offenses" was this outlaw. He ;naiisille, .I.
auld have been inm jail or tile ieniten- n- inade by letter. or wire. Correspolidence solicited.
ry, then 0 outrage would have hi.en ltiele iill Ni s Iis lxcte. _____ -aN .g
nnlitted, innocent Sam Williamnis ....4.. "S ....e.. e ia<< eCe@ee .s-..
uld not have been lyunched, anilnd not so A .MTICI.I o01' INOmRI oRA rION "
aiy of Bradford county's citizens would Notice is hereby given that ,im thm 1.1411 ,? i ESTAllSI4E155 1 --
ve the brand of murder talmwped 0 io"dy tf ,ic'iler,A. I)".6 t19Ih, the 4,er- THE ALACHUA COUNTY A1STRACT COMPANY.
tir brows. ,ig( | Lill ai-lrr of thi e StlC e of W. ainesville, Florida.
Read the following accouu.t of Brad-. lorila, for Letters 'Patent, upon ) lle l The question of title Uirst coiileralin for the ivmstor
'd county and I1lorida'sdisgrace: Charter proposed below. 1 Ti To ny pIe,-c of I. i Alaclhun County i
"JACKSONVII.I.. lI.A., Ottolber 13.- This 21sl lay So jte .ller. \ ). 19o0. i A I I furliel.d il Applilon
nm Williams, a white )iuy about 19 Il. ~ \N, I All huaitleis given ponipt atnd careitl
arsof age, was lynched at Lawtey. iln I. Att.i. on
adford county, Friday night by a par- N. t; \\wi, B R COLSON, Manager.
of white men, who evidently intended Alt Iil I-s UiN rN l(1i< i \KI'noIIN Ti I' ,I I
achingg his brother, Alta Williams... -..4 N IVIl.W 1. PI.A N I Ni i!kx ^ ^ ^ &&& W ^t >t^. ^ a ( 9
"Alta Willianis was charged with all C4I-IN (1O1MPAN. -
anllt upon a white girl of 7 years. I.
"It is not known who formed tile The ii.nloe o f thlis c4 ornion siiiill l e
nching party, but the supposition is "The ;Piie .ille Ilatniui anl 4d Collliii 11
at they called at the Willianiis house C '.i 1" ,Ir ,ip l .'.i wim._, l plesi-t i m.- u
.d took tile brother for the liiani ho | I .. ShLa. i Gi 1 X X M
as charged with the crimes i" he geeltic i. ,itlrfe4 ilf the Iti lsinc', t Scheltile I flective Juite 28, 1903.
"The lynching was a q1it One, sehtm 1aN I s 5 '4 34 I 4b
ring a short dlistn "r'c I 4 I I- '.ITUF.N. DIVISION. 154 i 34 I U1
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