The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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i' kN i'S\ILIJ-: FLObR IDA, FRI1DAY. )C~iTOBE.I? 23, 1903-




County Of(iccrs Complimented-
Books Are Well Kept.


Much Illegal Liquor Selling-
One Justice Compromising
-The Poor Farm.
The following is the pruseniitli1ent of
Alachua county's recently atljoiirned
grand jury:
In the Circuit Court I.iliili JuIlii'il
Circuit of Florilia, iI a~lid f",i % lach
ua County. Fall terin j9o3
To the Hon J. T. Wills, Judge l'resiling:
Having finishell itir lli<.ora for the pres-
ent term of the ci rcuit court, we noaw
make this our general preseiilenit.
We have found bills I nill cases that
have come before us, wheln ill out opiiilc.t.
the evidence woulil warm.it i covjition.
lit a number of cases the evidence \w;
insufficlent. In these we lithoughlt lie
beat interest of the State %at sbitierved
in returning no bills.
Forty-two cases havingcoine before n*.
26 true bills being found, and 16 no bills
128 witnesses examined.
Our investigations were greatly retard
ed by the failure of the jilstices of the
peace and the county judge, to return tLo
the grand jury ile priper paper, i i the
cases; to bind over Life A.Lilesscs, or s -inl
in their testimony. We also find sp-c ill
complaint nade against one iusticr of thei
peace for comipromnising Staic cnses. aiiil
and inposiaig fines- less thal tlw.1e lpre
scribed by law. We rt. -it-cil'lly caIll :C.1
tention of the court to thli f:it tiii ilie
county judge reports that ill lleiueiiil,- 0l
the Gainesville liar have fIl..l to p. y
their license to practice las; with oiie Cr
ception, and we especial ly eiijuiin 0o
the collector of the comintI to pi..c-:e-
forthwith to enforce the collectila; of sailt
COUNT\ J tr.
We have examiniie the cie int i all ni
find (he building in excellent ron lii hoii
lie rooms, furniture, kitclien t',,v. it
utensils and prison cells cere cl, iin 1iu-l
well kept. The sanitation gio 1. .ii'l tHi
prisoners said they were properly cared for Some piost- arii. lint -
ed to repair the fence arounusl the pi il.
We find all the books in this ollc'e keft
in a neat and proper malinner, with c, .-
ventent and proper ilidexitig. We ans.,
find it necessary that a number of sili -
ble records in that office he reh1oniti.
We find the records and hooks ill tti
sheriff's office in unusual good coin.loln
We specially couniineIl Is illiproetilieiits
in criminal dockets. executions 1 cket
and special books of record, anil ill our
opinion the sheriff deserves to he coili-
mended for his general efficiency.
We find the office iln splendill coililtiiin,
and the books properly and n1atl.y kept.
We find the records of this office ini
perfect order, and accounts accurately
and properly kept.
We find the books and records of' tins
office apparently well kept anl it, g9o-
i condition. We recomImen tie lauciase
of a blank commercial docket, and an ad-
ditional case for blanks. The probate
judge's books, marriage license books,
records, settlements of atlniianistration
anld executors need to be in a vault or
safe prepared for same as protection from
Bly special committee, and practically
by the whole grand jury at dliffereit
times during the session of the const, have
carefully examined the office of the Sup-
erintendent of Public Inst.-:uction, and
can say with impunity that we have
never inspected a better office. [bis of-
fice is neatly kept from floor to ceiling.
We find the office supplied ilth a type-
writer and a magnificent cabinet of the
most modern files, but without cost to the
county, since the superintendent mnag-
nanimonsly contributed Lhese articles

himself at a cost of 8125.
We find in this office a complete set of
double entry books, as well kept as it is
possible to keep them, giving a complete
record of every item of receipts and dis-
bursements of the office.
We find the value of the school prop-
erty of the county, as per the last report
of the superintendent, to be St 12,000,
being equal in value to the school prop-
erty of fifteen counties of the State coni-
Wefia4da school fund debt of $38,1P3.99
against the county at large, but with the
*iqri, ftnod now established this can be
pWid o4 without aerious hindrance Lo the
esent progress of education in the
Tslig all the circumstances into co"-
aideration, school affairs of the county
t to havebeat as well managed as it
Spoible to manage them.

:; (..3ng UGOdE.
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jury room, sian the tax collector's office.
and in the sheiiff's office, is more or less
broken over head, aund in need of repairs.
The inside walls of the assessor's a.nd
clerk's offices e in need of paisit, and
that tlie sisset.sor's office needs repairs to
the floor, and some shelving or other
coniveiei't recepl:acle for the assessor's
\A't ssite' I the poor f,i n in a holy, aild.
on iuvestigalioui w-ould saiy that we think
tCie dica ol a puor firm a good one, but
iui our opiiiaiu thlie lan i upon which the
farm is located is niit such as would tead
to miake it a success in aan ag cultural
%t e alo: would s1i tlht it is in ailt out
of the w.iy plac.ie, too far from medical
assisui lnc,'e \e wiildl recoiinienid that
the Counly Coniniai'bone.s excliaaige tlie

present fu 111 for one more dlebirable.
l'U .I I. t A sus.
i bhile tile roads in solie p.i.lIs )f lthe
county are rerporte in good c'iiulitioni,
*lie roads b eliierll are ii bail repair,
iiund need working.
We are informiedl that Chtijler ,'il
Acts ,f lFlorla I.egishiture 19i.1, en titled
nil ctL reAlt.i.Lg operators of rillir>.14,l' to
keep a record of, anl publlish the imiarks
ainl branilis of stock hiledl by train, is
not Ieiing complied tlh.
Wie lind that oli'lside of ilh it .selliligiOf
iuitoxicatiuig liquors, tlatre lias bc(-en a
decreitse in crinmiial cases in our countt,
but we regict to report that the ihiuil
tiger business and illegitimate Belling of
liquors has greatly incietised, prolonging
our cotiu s, and putting our county to
very great e:.pense.
W\e feel very g.riteful to Your Honor
for the iistrmictions you gave us, and tlhe
careful auiiner ia which you have charge
us ill reg'ardl tooir ldulies
We' tender ouir tltianik to Hull. Ileeja-
aniii P' Caloii, tlie prosecttiag attorney
foi ti S-' te, siho liii lSbete- uauntiling iii
Ilis ilT>f i i s lo ;t ,.hlstl 1h.
W\ return (oir tlillaks to the clerk nil
slitriT f r i'eil. I, iuiinicas, aiil to all other
llficiail,. wio hliave i-iistc'I" us in the dias
charge i o our ilieuh t Most respectfiully
suLl lui tll-il.
r I.I..X \ NII i 1.. \' 1111.
l I-Iore IIni t ( ir.nul ] Iry.
J \ Kl' N. Clerk

SII ilic iim lst of lile we are in dleilth."
I'n i.. \i.i mIu\ser nuicru' fully ixeillmpli
.I hiliu it wis us-t M,-dtiily niltterii'ton
\ II lTr \ '. II. : ilt l uWAs- itrlltI.lt i
i .i i p.-i ft- ct I .-iillih ia yrlioul iag nil ii .
II ti, t au link \\ .i rt-I olii.
1'. u i 1 ii -xlec-l led -t d ll wvis a gi l R i
.l Ck l io hi-, rrl itivi'- ,ia i Ireintis, till l.Int
illore ;i- li w.s t akell witilout In o0-
ii,. in ,~i.llli1 iue I iwI- Il Iua-i from ll the
*iline in left llii uii,iin iun i.urftuct h .ihlli
Ile w.i lbr<.iu.ghlit lack ti it a corpse
w illi.iiii lIleinr\ I ,rillin wu.s s liirn July
s., iu1Si, hin ;iit ihe l iaue of hlis letiilli 2:2
.1.,s I %(, iu ir.iitli-i 't a, l iii etr-eil ,htys of
ige lie It.il lea;i Id liniself lt every oune
,,\ho knew h i i 1 I, ns i 4greenbl le ail'I sto-
i i., l i i it n I .
Ile leaves ,ehl'lin lii iiu I ii louri l hism
los, a fattiher, tltiher, three brothers aliid
four sisAter, land while we know that lhe
lotl i hiarlr fom Ihelu, .iald lIh t tIhty call
not slte whly lie. who was so yo0u11g it'll
liippl. .ihoull tie cuit lown in ithe ibegiii
Iiiug i f y3-iiUuug Iiuiil)ool, silill we kluow
1hllt i ;oil itoes all things for tlhe ibesi
*1 a I nd li ui whither?-
(;od knows all;
W\ onii1' klow that lie is good,
.AI' Ilialt whatever may befiill,
r here or there Iilust lbe,
Thlie best that could."'
lIe was laidI to rest il thel .oneville
cceleLety Tuesday afternoon, a large coit-
course of sorrowing friends followliing
liul tlirre.
Tlie fiiierail servicesR ere conducteil by
the Rev. J. C. Foster of Alachua. Hec
iii-ile a few very impressive remarks
about the nuetessity of an early prepar-
ation for death, which comes to the young
as well as to the o'd.
"leaves have their time to fall,
Andl flowers to wither at the noriti
wind's breath,
Aid star's to set; but all,
I liou hast all seasoris 0 Death.
We know when mloons shall wane,
When summer birds from far shall
cross the sea,
\Vhen autumni lihue shall tinge the
golden grain;
Iut who shall teach us when to look
for thee?"

I wish to announce to my hieudal aand
patrons that I have added to my store a
shoe department, which I intend toniake
a special feature of niy -business. I will
hIave in that department shoes for esery-
body-ladies', mnen's, boys', missess, chil-
dren's and infant's shoes.
I have placed my crockery, china.
lamp and glassware department on the
second flour, and have added several new
patterns of dinnerware and other desi-
rable goods, I respectfully invite you to
call and-visit my several departments, see
my goods and get my prices.
Thanking my friends and customers
for past liberal patronage, and wishing a
contuinuance of same, promising high-class
'service, and stock at reasonable price,
Sincerely yours,
S L. C. SrITH.

Gidd-ens' UnParsllele lHair Grwwer.
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II I ONl THr TWEN11llhIi CENFURY CLUB. T R. I'ickett of Archer passed luhroughi
the city WVednesday afternoon ein route'
ILL irst fleeting This Fall-S5ome Good loille' ufrou .Jli-cksolliille.
JA n Or .A. Papers Read, Etc. AIttIlly I". Voyle returned
li.. lit t imi'lt't i 0f hl l T etll ith \'t' le .,1,i ,.,li..- ,,iu fr,roiu Jucckso.nville,
JA SII C El( 'eniurv, Clu-b wiis I.-l at the home of fi lit h it
M__ rs. chalpini, IMoniin afturioon. After
i 'i,.> iplleti i tIh e L su al routtiu e w i k i l 'r, 1i I I u1; Iiill '. % I.o11 liiiut .t s wte
Trial Will Consutille Nea;rly ec. ellent p.-ogiinihm Wsa ckrr it uu i towu. ,t cii vest'-
i n l i C i ~ V1't .' l T w o t b i i)e if l l y .s u It I p et r s fu, i s I ,1 l t -' -Ihlv h I' r.-.l, eviilciig tlhe fact Ihl t k lie ladlest, on (.Ii ii I.<, ril 'H te-. iiI vegetaiilehs
t.ilel i. i>,. rau>l himl gieiin c-ir iful studio y to i ,t. li 'ii t. i. ii iiI r i hI '*'houe for
%% 1..tl i i II. 1. I t .i. r l.I, 'II i T iie
Y MORE \VITNESSES \ET. thie themes thati tiI been igvte li e ,
and that the club motto, "No elev- I. Hll i av
--- tion w tllout niental effort,"' would never rMti W i1.1n I. ili i ,IR-li Rl lerhave
Prores-ing lowyMa- suffer it tther huiiandls i ,,I iii.ili-, in Manvhi.lI ,iild
Progres i Slowly-Mal- Mrs. Kelley's paper on iFrenclh anuld N i i iu
u r's Case Continued--- I utch history, from i1492 to the colouiz t '.iiia i uaa.
Motiolns. Etc. tholl plied, was a gema Mrs l\oster's o iI L.it' No aiimitLr w.'lilt ourl tate, your
IteSo.o 's expelIition to Fl -o. hi, toil i, tils, 1s in ii tC, l 'il s ithlify ) o0l. 1,.
'as statI el Ito Ttue-,ldav' Stur, a jIuIv aiuy uif us things thli t if we ever kill.\s C S'iniiih
cured Monl liiy for tle t. ill of A. I.. v.e ha l ong since forgotit 1i. Mi-s tCuslhi- I I,,,,i .11li.iill I.nitg toii f 'Nes lierry,
ill, cillirged with niurde aniul tie Ia n lli ta delt-ightful il ii etialiilln IIH ,,, h .I ill,- -,hli iif i s io i lpo iiular itill ef-
as proceeded with T'.ie-lday. aIaio light forth uiiucht h-lesr l ved a plat iiiM. iii th ,|, t, \ iin (ie city W\V\lies-
re i-s a large number of wiinesseis TieT la iesi mit :cilpate uiichi ple.istire ,I ,,in Ihil l ..i ili .
c.ise, also five iltor.ieys-Callio iii ii ing the couting w i iter inonitli, i\hliei Ii hgiii l,,. s.-,,ir does the work.
avis for the prosecution, and Tlillo thil club will intet fortiighlitlv. I or S.ilt i I t Il Itio hliiigs., is. hins.
rastier and Caiter for the defense The next ueetiting will be at the lIonue ville, iiul I hli IM',ttinll ,- liing .'tor,. Ililgh
long liul tedious t.ial was ex- of Mrs. \V. J D)ullly,. next MoIL lhiya itl'te Sill Ig i'l.I
. (In several occasions the i0 o- nuiion R t v. i.ni1 Mr. I I. Ilolhl t- a ittienii.
if the trial lions beeii interruptedl Y limg Ihe haimlta Fe l liver ItIlipi t A..ot. a
is, etc., ill other cases. Very little Come and See Us. ti ius likl, I' lt"uig lu1% h hl til hc tile(liurge
ss was niaile Tuesday, bullt d miiig e Ciek litisl t clitulitth iita l,o111hlil( .
y the case of iltle Sutlle vs. Isalininu o W are s ti located t No. li t, Corti Ite-CR siI i; \ I.' A tuiitail s.hit i,,l,
urs, munrler, wans coitiluuedii'I' i Vest Mai a l We Ii1ert s e la iii ifrt. i i>lir, milt t y ctlt'i- Al l) .u
rilig lteini of the court. 'he lbullding las been thlrotlighly r-Ialo. |lllIa i' -liha ig itiaila4oilu shiiihl t'ol llu. Iit
iniesday tle entire ilay was co- v led and fitted for a tIru store, andI. w The Sltir .fie uI s1c" ihis fuiitl t
wtla the Jicksou cause Severul have ll t ne of Ie largest anil best I,u'cius Mc.it n' ickk, ma,.iaeer of the
witIesses Wle exaliiied l socks of ncw drugs, prf-uriPiiery. toilet ar % "- % esterul' iiontiii tt-lg'lt1t ot lice hit-c,. is
iter Joseph Votk, the uol tiiitc six tiles, mlUl other goods usually- kept l iit sltlriiing i lew ,lay i. l Sotli Claiol.lia,
or first-class drug store, that wus ever ex-
it son ott tile aiiiun who was killed, l-cti ore w replace is hu e '. killed bl y W\. It.
e only ece witn,-s. tLO the killing, hibited in (ihnesville. IIIgldon .
* :llce .. Wes thaIIIut,'al .it t n s t.'e are right oa the squtiaIe, couvteuie-i I I i h t i, ,, r .
ntrodncedl tht .tte, ~unt on If ,\our hulr is bit'coaimiiig thin try I;id-"
it of his xlreme .outh. t he th.iig ito t A. C. t. pa lsenlger depoil, iuld tie ,lig,' (tai ralleled liar Ihoweer For
lmit four year. old a t the ilIb.in of lros t Ilous. the leading liot'el in the sale l. v lr. ii. .;idIhliug ucaiecsville,
Ilig), the defeinle objected to tlin cily-anul are, theaelore, very convenienl- nindl thc l'ostoflice llug Store, Iligh
nincite a wiituci. The chiildl was 1)' located. Sp"riigs.
ned at length l the co il i iii all We wait our oldl customers -anld iew 1 A. Imliher ilcpiirted Wedliiteay
ard iiii aSs'ver questions in to oliCes to coliite t si se uii. \Whelther yo lumoriiing for l,ocliloohi, iiar lwhlich lice
ea surpdil answer questioarktle iit to need, ,medihs r ot,, e will appreciate lie is ttudilg the Silta Fe linptist As-
erce s rle ise la uinusmally hriglht -. r culls If ynt i ancd anything iit ,lir isochilti., as iL dtele, ite. Iionil the (Cainics-

a..ad Seeil to etiemember the 0a-ci t hle collie a' irs li ts 'resu-ri-ii'ia care. v ile chiirch.
ticie l co itected ill t ht e de ath ir f ull.vco liouindei ill y coimpete t pha iust l i i jil> prlKliimKi yui i wvit ju.t SenI.l
ther Tery iRe. lectifully. youirorde to tie star. It will halve
atber unushe lly well. T lie court JOHNSON II ., iiniipti itentiiiin, ii wlrw k r ii ia prices.
ned for tlie day without ruling on I)ruggits in1 m l' iai wsil uit yoi. it
itoit- ili. h l tuhil aa lft atr

tile admlll sslilbI ty O t ile c- ii-iis testi o l
Court convened Timurslay morning,
ind after sonic argument by counsel onil
lothl ides, the court ruled in favor of the
State, and Master Joseph York was put
on the stand, where for nearly two hours
lie was suiljected I to etcauination, ald tlhe
iiimanner ill which lie testified, in lisa
Shlild-like way, souiil have tone credlit
Si l te iIntel 'gelli' io (o le iich oldlei.
ail)n y )of the %siti;e' e.4 wire oil thle
,tuland litililig tihe day, .i.il sumne tultio.nl
i i other inlatters iwert insile, butl wheli
cmilt niljolir ,il yesLteuilay af.'i iooin until
lhi.i. nuortinig at .-3 jit was thel opi lioU of
iiiniany that nill otf tody would have to lie
ilevotrd ..0 .Oxamiiing wigne.i.,se, anil that
the case a ill not go to10 tile jury befolu
bome linie Saturday.

Killed at Mill.
The first killing that lihas occurred-
onle person by another-in Alachua coiuu-
ty for more than ix 111011..is, occurred att
thle Kelley McIDonald Lumber Co.'s mill
on l'rai.:e Creek yesterday mioiiiinig.
Mr. I. V. lovctt, the foremniani at
the naill, and i iegro mill hand lby
thle name of Cteurge Washiiigtonu, hail
someic worlds about work, and later
tile negro attacked Mr, n ovett with
a heavy stick, kniocl:iug himn down twice
and hurting hini badly.
Mr Lovett secured a pistol from his
desk and shot Wasliingl;a denial. Dr.
Colson, of this city, was called to ihr.
l.ovett, dressed his wounds, sand pro-
nouncedl him badly but not fatally lihrt.
Iovett'sa act was purely il defense uf
his person, and while lie regrels having
to kill the iegro, no blame altaches to

has Disappeared.
John I''owler, colored, cne of the Kel-
ley-AMcDonald Comnpany mill lands at
Prairie Creek, near Windsor, is said to
have disappeared, and it is thought lihe
may be deal.
The last seen of him., a few days ago,
lie was ill a boat going in the direction of
his home on thie lake. This was after
work hours at the mill were over. The
that andi soue of John's belongings-a
dinner bucket we believe-have been
found on the lake, and it is thought that
possibly the nman fell a i;ctim of a large

Benson and Son.
This firm of carriage makers lhas just
been. awarded the contract for building
two nice ice delivery wagons for the
F'ernandina Ice Company.
Several times prior to this occasion has
the Fernandina Company favored the
Bensons with a nice order, and so well
pleased was the company with -the work
that it is hardly willing to ria'< a job ol
the kind elsewhere.

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(.ainetiville Flan.

Tough Show.
i'hint setins to have been a itou1gh show
at thie opera laiuse last night. It was ad-
venrtisdhl as a decent show by the Lyceum
Coimeily Company, liut so very vulgaln
was tile lirst pi .-formance that lIoth Itien
anii women left thle place rapiidly', anui
Manrhal P'iikoiso placed tile actor tunlder
arrest. 'hti manager claimed to be hli-
miliated biy lc nfTfair-it was. not on the
p.ograin lie saidl-but atill lie put up cash
for a $.125 h)oand ior hia man to appear lie-
foic MIayor Thomas thi morning This
nioi ainig tihe actor, R. I.. IllancK y nsiiPmle,
was flied i2. a5 and costs, and tin default of
payeiint was citl. to jail.
The show should hbe l .iow.i lhic t iieirk
eat wiay out of town, and otilier towns
shlioild not allow it to enter.

Death of an Infant.
I,Ittlc Iewia, the four-year-old soti ol
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harrohi, died of eilp-
theiia Tuesulay auorniun andi wrs bu icil
lu the afternoon.
Tle little one was Ill umly a few diuIs
when death relieved its suiff clings.
To the g.'ief-stricken parents, the Slur,
Allth other friends, extends condolence.

For Sherillf.
To the Voters of Alachita 'County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subjectto the
action of the next IDemocratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very lest of lmy
ability, and I solicit the support of alt
voters at the polls.
W. C. IlAciV.

Try 1rag ai's for hest uienta.
Mrs. I.. M. lBell is visiting relatives
and friends at llawthorn.
Live your clotlinig cleaned at ()weli
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf
Justice R. It. Barnes of Orange hleightsa
was in the city Wednesday.
J. A. 'hlfer lhas returned Iromi a visit
to his brother, W. li. Phifer, at Nocatee.
Charley Dell of Hague was a buinile *i
visitor to the city yesterday.
hirs. Dr. J. I,. Kelley returned Wednes-
day evening from a visit to Jacksonville.
W. I'. Dow, a prominent insurance
Ulan of lligh Springs, was in the city
l d K. Anderson, merchant of Hligh
Sp.' gis, was a business visitor to tlhe city

Come in and look over our china de-
partment. Our prices are as low as the
west. L. C. Smith.
W. RI. Steckert returned from a several
days stay in Jacksonville Wednesday
if you want money to buy or build a
home ay off mortgage, or contract for
proll tblo Invtment see Moyers.
Messrs. Dan Cheseer and W. II. Ellis
were in the city Tuesdaky from their
home at LaCosse.
0141 newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purple su 5 st. a hundred or 25 for 5
cta., at Ti STAR ofier
V,. J. Ro the 4Pmay esw m illi

AttorneyV W. W. laipton left ycster-
,ily for I'etiuoicoln, whueie lie went on ihus-
iutes- iel'fore lhe lnUitrd States court. lie-
fore returning lie still lu iminct legal lbusi-
esla in Tl'allaliassee.
Briiig tIn your cottiom, Uain price our
goods. II 'sol ci ilo ib'tter elsewhere
thin with tus, o ihaurimi dIolie hbut give its
it iiil l (G. W\. I-.ii terlli \& Co, lHigh
"priligs, I' la.
Mis. J. Gi. Nicuhoti returned VWeldne.i-
dluy evemiunig luii Mliatstclbhusetts, whera
ihe mpent ilie siiinear with .relatives itud
Iritei'lN. Col. Nichols, her hitshiandi, ane
het in Jitcksunvitle, iind returneld with
If you limiVe -i hiouit, or ro 'i, oir et of
rooms to reilt, itilvelise maeii ill The
Staiir. If ou itire too hiimsy to cioe to lthie
ufrice just 'ilioaie tan Ithe nr liug lu your
ad. (ir 'plhoune i No iNtN.
In itle iibseice of Rev. J, It. liolley,
who iO atLenilitig the buiitia Fe Ilaptist
As"ociioatio, liev. Curpeniter, plstloi of
Kiviiaiigh Mlethliodist church, coniiducteid
the prayerincet hig lat lhe hliptist ct'liinrcli
last night
"We group lit minay thlilng iii lift,
And lhasile the grnais to st-evr,
liul grasp a Vi'tteria i's loiii-ihtin iPei,
And thle griism is retained foreverr"
Wateraiili'i i1'ouutiLl 1i'e iaii '1lie bUitutlu
lil our jewelry lepartmlenlt. L. C. Smliith.
iMr. J. 1K. Wainwright, nie of the pop-
ular and ellicgent clerks in the Initeil
States land office heree, has teun qllite ill
at his homne ill tat i Gaineivlle fur s-v-
t.ral d lays, aid hbia nuiuerois f-eilln hope
tIo see hilm well ageLin very sooin.
School shoes are what yti uire looking
foi? We hIave tie shoe that will give you
satisfaction In both wear aiti appearance,
anld the cost is the lowest posnble. We
also Ihave a iice line of ladies' and gents'
shoes. We invite you to viait utir shoe
department before purchasing elsewlieie.
L. C, Smith.
Mr. 1. C. Hlulton, of Oweiihloro, R y.,
iinived iIn the city yesterday, lhiiirig inc-
ceptld a liosition with A. I. IRtceer,
manager illn this city for the Oible I'iuio
Company. lir. Hollton suyn ihe is highly
pleased will what lie ihas semCe of Gialines-

Have you tried Ghdilings' llair Growert
Other have tried it aitid pronounced it
good. For sale at i. II. (idditigs' Drug
Store, aitrnesville, aid l'ostofice Drug
Store, lligh Springs
Mr. W. A. MIcCi:ff, a competent yunglg
druggist of Thonimasville, Ga., has accept-
ed a position m;tll Johim ins iros., this
city, and arrived yesterday and entered
upon his duties at pnce. Mr. McGriff,
like all whiu come here, in highly pleased
with Gainesville.
Mrs. Julia D. Turner of North Gaiiues-
ville has returned from a proi;acted visit
to her former home at Rosevllle, Ohio.
She spent the entire stuminmer up there
very pleasimntly, and her numerous
Gainesville friends are pleased to have
her among them again.
Mrs. J. T. cldwards, of Ailectic, ANi., is
here at the home of M r. and Mrs. 1. W.
Jackson. having come several days ago to
attend the bedside of her son, Mr. W. V.
Bryant, who has been qut;te low with ty-
phoid fever, Mr. Bryant. we are glad to
al.nounce, is now improving.
Johnson lrotners, druggists auo pasr-
mists, request their friends, and the 1b-.
lie in general to call on them IU, CtFl
new q at No, 1oo, corner of W
a ,tt~t~tB^







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NO. 52


.1 '.'A

= II,

SWe Have

In Stock, and.-are constantly receiv-
ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men, ,
59' Women and Children, at popular i
prices and of the best makes.

SWe call

T Particular attention to the Ladies
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
7? ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

J. D. Matheson,

$ 1hoe and LeatiBer $to0e. aineVlille, Fin. *


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Florida, and in the financial interests of its
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for the purpose of shining on a short temper-
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. 04.


- Host of Dowieites Crusaders
Arrive in New York.


,t;.'. Vast Concourse Marchles to Madison
Square Garden and Establishes
Headquarters-Majority Thre
Women, and Children.

A New 'orkl dihijilhi saiys. Tile
"re'atorallon hioist ," ionl1 ini l 1l I,'' l!
s i, lp'of Johni Alt.xi-i.i' | Itiwi u.'m:n, i4
tied Madison Squar c l n i ic la .'y
8 d I and com lp iL'it l ipr.. .'li ,, ,, i i1 'uni-
=:. en' c on c ih wci'L u i ,f tinh "lmntniy."
S The frsi meli inu-ia.u, inilt -UIng l alioilt
d400 arrival nearly in li-. in risi'ing- andi
.. the reinanminig train fjillowi during
the day and evening. I.t.uIving tlhe
ferry boat, the (.rusiitnIlrs' tiardtl. I ape-
cial cars which wv'ro 1 : wi living indi
proceeded direct to ih- guAi'cltu. n illthn
music of their bands an.l Ihe inging
of hymns.
The general overseer himticif, ac-
companled by his family and staff,
arrived in his speul.,l train at the
Grand Central tlation, where, owing to
a s isunderstanlding, his private car
Surge failed to m -ot hintu lt i he was
CO' mpelled ,to go to the Plaza hotel, In
haci. During the con'rlfusiton .of l.t.v-
Ig the train a thief slipped iltin Mrs.
owle's room on the car andl slole n
k': .,500 diamond and pearl brooch.
Ai, .W'rot the Plaza Dr. Dowie wcnt to
thIe garden, where he restored order
S 'O Of thle general confusion that pre-
,r failed and outlined lila plans in ain In
S.terview with newspaper men. lie de-
l, ed that he Intended to raise a fund
Sf $50,000,000 while itn the city, and do.
lined to say whether be was.going to
found another Zion City In Gotham.
i." h19nlta Sing Hymn.
The, 'c raers'" leandd at tho ba.t-
t6, A ilt'tAt otcee boSrdelf cars for Mad-
u Squigre Garden. As soon as the
t .ear started, the crowd on boar.1
g' 11an ainoing a hymn and a a large
SjoWd of curious spectators galherod
itu th"tle waiting outside the ferry
a MIen In the Dowlo party dis-
q lbuted tracts among them. The men
Ire,: a)li dressed In a uniform resenu.
1'11119ng that worn by the United States
It"antry. The women did not wear

,'The crowd around the ferry house
g so B large that it biloceod thie
4 *teet nd police drove the spectators
i. bok to the curb. One of the features
i, rofltlthe -party was th junior choir, con-
Bn l1iting of about fifty little boya. There
in,, ti6 also a drum and fife corps of thir-
t'Webi dressed in khaki uniforms.
.'.irty per cent of the party wore wo.
i n and children of all nationalities.
Arrival of "Elijah II."
,- r. Dowlo, himself, arrivudl in lils
01.8iclal train nt the Grand Central sta
9'1 ti, diBappolntilng the crowds who
17.'we awaiting him al the West Shore
I *.hiroad ferry, hill train having come
lt. Albanv over the 1ludpon silver
'll., .HiS' private carriage was
q i,-atilang him at tle West Shore depot
$11411 the Zion leader, with his son an.l
lieutenants, look a public hack to
,,i hotel. A number of his own poe-
1 greeted Dr. Dowle, bu1t there was
little demonstration.


NO Casualties Occurred, But Two Pa-
S tienta Die from the Excitement.

,. and only prompt and heroic nelion on
.,t.e part of the hospital people, clil.
liS.'el, police and fire ieparinmetlnr ir-
t1, lt)t 4a holocaust beyond description.
'i-h wards that buirnid w"re lie n1C-
'' l-l wards, the male and fojiale, anui
1.,:addlUton the builldinlg In which .wiort
4.jq hospital laundry, kIlrichon ani Juinl.
,tC's sleeping apartments. it wn.as In
'bb latter strnuctunro HaIt tlhe fire start.
.thshe source being nembera leLft In the
)Aundry range.
~'here were no casuqltloes, but twn
,xiegro women, both very ill and expect-


Immense Traveling Crane Collapsei
Upon Bridge Workers at Pitts.
burg, Causing Deadly Horror.

'By the broaklIug of the ropes carry.
lag five beams to their l poltlon, let-
ting ltho tons of Iron fall upon thla
4mov able, crane ait thi 'itLuburg onu of
the now Walittish. bridge being built
by the Aminu ktall lIhrldge company
over the Mumiogaltola river, almost .1
dozen workin.-n were hurled to death
by a raill of ,br'me than 100 feot, strik-
iug (ho water and two barges be-
neath. Teln of the dead have been re-
coverod. l,'jy ar iperilpsly injured.
..'\ral bd:lles are yet pinned under
ih, wrecekcI bargo. The part of the
bridge, qxtalD u. 'out over the river
from btb 'k*;\ttr street side is a& to-
Lal wreck.
The dead are: W. J. McCloud, 0co.
WVells. 0, W. Keitlinger, Williamn
Kempto, C I.. Fleminig, Fred Eallin.
ger. Frauk Dalby, J. Campbell, E,1.
Ward Morris, James Simmons.
The accident was caused 1,y the giv-
lung away of a 2Inch steel cable, whill*h
was -used l a one of Ihe guys io sutl
port the big trane. This cattle wan
tested to lboar a strain of 100 ton-,
anld > in stilt tIalit It dil not break, btut
plilled loose from its fastenings.
There were hirty-four men at work
on the su prstrtLicturn of the bridge
and in the barge below, from whih'hi
the hleains were being hoisted by the
crlnne, 175I it above the river Iivoe,
when file beams collapsol. Of thel
nieLi who' wir lin the barge sonin ci.
the river i.; mionient, they heard tihe
crash nla ovi Sooui of 111 nlu'in nt-i
the suporsti -uctlire who weto engag'-t
In riveting ndi lian.nIing tlih bars teion
were lifinli froin I he lhargu also g'ot
off uinlnjunrti.
Tholiusini is lsltrd tile scene of the
(lsauater during the moiting, and at.
lunh li tie the wharf was crowded
witli men, vtmien and children. They
watcheli the workmen on Ihe sunken,
charges wl:h Intenr( Intelest and
otughtl evFry point of vantage from
which they could get ft view. It will
take sortio time to clear away the
wreclhago and recover Lhb missing
bodies. '


Strenuous New Yorkers Too Much for
Alleged "Elijah the Second."
When John A. Dowlo opened bil
second night's meeting In Madison
Square Garden, Now York, he faced.
an Immense ilirong; when he closed
It his audience haid dwindled to only
a few hundred persons besides bis own
"host" he hirought with hitn from the
west. lie frotted, fuimod, threatened,
cajoled mnd finally resorted to the use
of epithlici., his hearers meanwhile
leaving itho meeting, several hundreds
Together, ltowvning the sound of Ilsi
lie halI .iniouncell that at Monday
night's rne'.lung heo would tell how IL
was revonlel to him that lie was "Ill-
inah," nnd rise that he would have
something lo say to the newspapers
nnd their r' porters. Ills (alk, whle.i
w4as intorsper,?(l with several hymns,
at tinmei when the tramp of those loa'--
Ing the hall was more than his voio
could overcome, was devotel chiefly to
donuncliatlou of tobacco smokers, 11-
uor drinkers and newspaper inona nll
of winhol ho classedi at "dirty .dogs"
andti "dirty htrds."
Several limes flhe nuiilla u e lile seil
Mr. Dowle. After ono siicit doinonnsr.t.
11it i Ito sho1i1ed :
"WVo uolo here liinl we g-'t yoelr
Iailpudence, I ut I will gel your liearts
and tholn I vill get your pioclet booik.
"TlicIr', i-n o thing so joyful as
uplndini ug itmitiley for tthe Lord," he con
tinned. "Tr York for money. I don't deny the soft
lin Ulea.,inhniO ."


Band In San Juan, Porto Rico, Cor.-
raled by Grand Jury.
The federal grand Jury at San Juan,
P. It., has founaid an Inllletment agalast
Collector of C'nstomna Alontzo Cruzen,
for having r'acolvenl unlawful emolu.-
ments for ntiagglc.1. gotds, nnd It Ihas
Itidlctd Captain Andrew Dunlap, 11.
B. N., commandant of the naval st'-


A Freight Steamer :0ashe

Upon the Rocks in Fog.


The South Portland Was Unfortunate
Vessel, and On-ly Seven Out of
Thirty-Six Souls on Board
Escaped With Life.

A special of Tuesday from Marah.
fluid, Oregon, says: In a blinding
fog the toamer South Portland, bound
for San Francisco from Portland, with
a cargo of wheat and carrying a crew
of twenty men and fourteen passen-
gers, struck Cape Blanico reef, while
steaming at the rate of 7 knots, at
5 o'clokc Monday evening. The South
Portland Immediately began to fill
with water.
The captain, seeing thai all hopes
of saving his ship were gone, gave or-
ders to man the life raft with all pos-
sible haste. Two boats and the life
raft were lowered. One boat, contain-
ing the captain and seventeen souls,
capsized as they were getting away
from Iiho sinking steamer, and only
seven o th ol eighteen wer9 able to get
Into tihe boat.
The other boat also capsized and
was .c-en drifting away in the thick
fog. without a person in sight. The
sil.j'lvors of the Ill-fated steamer
reached Port Carnford In a pitiable
condition from exposure to the co'-l
wind and waves. They have little
hopes for the remainder of the pan-
sengers and crew. The survivors are
Captain J. Mcintyre, John Reamer,
sailor, San Francisco; Emmanuel Pho-
monis, chief cook, and William L. Wil-
t-on, Jr., of Baltimore; L. Baker, Ara-
meda, Cal.; Guy Bent, aged 12 years,.
of Novo Scotia; Al Bailey, of North
Dakota, passengers.
A heavy fog hangs over the coast
and weather Indications are most un-
favorable for rescue work.
Mrs. W. E. Terrell, of Portland, the
only woman) on the ship, was among
the drowned.


As Viewed by the EdiYor of the Al-
bany, N. V. Journal.
How marvelously the south has de-
veloped and progressed since recon-
struction times appears impressively
from a comparison of the latest esti-
mate of Its wealth with the figures of
less than a quarter of a century ago.
In lfitl the census figures made the
total wealth of the southern states a
little more than five billions. In 1880
after the country had passed through
the civil war and its consequences, the
census estimates placed the wealth
of the south at only $3,200,000,000. A
forecast of the noenius figures of 1900,
which have not yet been completely
tabulated, Is that the wealth of the
southern states will be shown to be
not loss than twelve billions.
And yet, as the Atlanta L'onstitution
says, In an article commenting on this
showing, the south Is bur at the be-
'ginning of the development of its ro
sources. What it has thus far done
In manufactures, mining, railway
building nmd other branches of Indus
trial enterpri t, and in agriculture,
has only served to demlonstrate the
plrofitabhinoma of such activity "From
now on," says The Constitutilon, "the
logic of conditions and conmmniercial
chrcumnnton-s will Inultitply olir stocks
of caplal and sources of profit."
The whole country will rejoice be-
causa tihe south sla no prosperous, for
the south Is aen undvldcid and now In.
visible part of this great and glorious.
ly prosperoltis country.


Novel Decision Regarding Drunks
Handed Down In Massachusetta.
A doepslaon hnnileil down by thio full
bench of the Massachiu.ilts Utpremo
court Tiosnday siislalns th(e intlig of
tlie lower court Ii tlatin a person drunki
by the voluntary iln of I.ntxleatlng

led to dle, succumbed undor ithe cxclit lion, and Robert Giles, a forni:r liquors aniy heo cunvlvictel Intoxica-
5 pt and exposure during the removal contractor In Porto Rico, for aminig. lion without regard to the place
lthe patlwnts from the blazing wardens gllag. wjelre le ain t Is ,onlmitlted.


niO.dy Fracas Follows Strike In a Secretary cf Navy Approves Estimate In African Fields the "Hibiscus ra.
Now York Rag Factqry. For Support of His Department. cranthns" Is /ttuacting Attention.
; n a rio~'~trliliy night, th' r Ult of A Winasllngin ilipaltch W ays: Soc. A disalchi from itni,. iunl., .nays:
'.,' lrilke'ataL r4Lg factoryi'n Ne# Yorlk. retary Mnily hHa alllpprved ihe c-atl. The minister of agriuil:tiir(. finished
e era .,g- aktWere stu'bbed, one 0 te >r litnh atillirt of the aivy- for his Invstlignilonis liIn Ih,., possibill-
ee r it nsly he. i560 next your, .o r'e ininoill 11 iles of line in w colitit y l Iin pa4is
h. rn l~l* The employees, about fifty in tinium- 108,806,449, as aglinuli1t $79.M1i.7t 11 ll itthr.
ber, recently organized under Ilio proprinted for Ihli last litcil year. iI classod by bolnnlsis na illisu.us!
name of the Clip Sorters' Union. Dlo- inarantlihu inMl groitb wlil. Th'l i-
'mands -wdre. nliade upon llthe firm. RegistratIon In New York. In111 fro iii t ir ctin.p is ,;,e'lare..t
which were refused, and a strike win Tlieo registration on the Jist dlay i, be miost i1tlt.fan.t,-rlry. Ord 'i- have
"I deallred. To carry on their butlntsiaaa iPriday) in Greater New Ynrl was ltit, isnt Itn thn ihnc-nruinr rf ii Airi-
tie firm engaged a iniumbr of Italians 13:8,029, making a total for Iobe fno'r can nohlniies, in irliiti I,n i i- t roe
,T'hla paused Ihe rlot. days of 029,933 loerritury with ti tH HibibcuIs.


.-1isatardly Attpmpt of.Ficr.-i- to Wrceqk DIsastr!ays HeadOn. Collision .o, Flattelrirg Increase Shown i Chrr.
ai .'ral ii' Northern Paclfio. S'hu)erS Railway il Virginia. I on Church in Statistical Re jort.
'BI tlek of dytinaino \ onnd t A h}iti-o Acolllon mcurcd on ihn', At 'i'tues.lay' l', ,,. -ontn n thri..
l the NdrtberaLn 'ui ,. Ir:tI. ,noir Sou'the-rn ratrway between KIysvill, 1 (iln -hurn i h moiivnil uiii ln In :r it. tlh.,
i &dimeye;.eleight lnhs we I II i' .1. nmid Meherrin, Va.. aiout 6:15o tlo'clo k ttliSlical r-t.lii-ui i s I lia-' i,. [li) I.
6 L An extra frisghi. i i i.l Monday morning. i pies nof 'ChrrisI Iu. l uitit ii.tl .d it Iilini .
1d over the powdtn r nliiintr.n Four fralhtinn it were Instantly killel birshilp lby conilvr s oiins onIi l | h.| rWl. .
Alght without exploding it. ThI: I, t und five injured. Nearly all the doid! 101,7.l9.
T ii ti'lliaA*tera tiby rti in nui i nm.i injured Vetro from Richmond. 1 The cliturh is r'tire'sl.,i in evr-y
a beqa',plied ittder the r->ll. Ili.e Ir.ah train, wts crowded with pat- slato In the uninlt illhillht ti xeiltoIIunI
lsh atft of whih tniad. been remnovl d .-ngers, w'ino suffered from the shock. of Ncw Jlamillshirt arid Nevadi.

w Servlaa cabinet has been -
t Belgrade, with the follo- Young Mato Charpd th Stn W ling enersl Menecal's Vilsit to New York
ling members: Premier, 100000 qo Saunde on Woman. Was Entirely Succesqful.
ftte1 oreignr inslter, nt- hal rrt tI William Carihow In 0l1d I General Mario Mlonocal, inoemher of
.WlaS mllnister, Colonel i lAcq Op thr charge of bging a dofai the Cubtn comlainalon, which has

.H. es'jor'is cnhe aurn of $100.000. The arre-1 been negotiating In New York city for
.^^. was niade on evidence submitted b, the last loath Orr fi loat of $38,000,-
i rernado. iH. mirrieksor, of San Francisco. It a u 0, saaletd aturdday wo the sleamuer
cetor, nUstate4 tUit '!-rthew was a eotlifldentlial Moro Castle. for Hav*aa.
1#1 (lerk bht ,0 .rlte ( ahnt tonir-y1tio, 0 '-ir .1W4,1 MeaKal ala.

1Whieb wa -aquam ..:. pay)t the.
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J,', '- ,.'.. f,,,' ,t : -&,

reatm o News.

Srfsf Summary of Most
Important ventz
ofa, ch 'Day.

-The confederate veterans of Ma-
con, Ga.,' are preparing to extend a
warm welcome to all veterans who al-
tend the state fair in that city.
-Brown, the New Orleans cotton
king, in IL statement, declares that
French money was used to make his
famous, corner anld that .It will result
In a permanent higher price for the
fleecy staple.
-The striking employes Of the Pa-
cific Express Company have been en-
joined from interfering with the com-
pany's Droperty or employes.
-Wenix, the young Philadelphia
millionaire, who disappeared in iCast-
ern Tennessee, Ia still missing. The
reward for him has been Increased to
-John Williams, suspected of tho
murder of Mrs. Kate Leyman, at St.
Louis, hangs himself In hi', cell at the
Jail. A building near the jail was on
fire, and the excitement caused Wil-
llama to think an attempt was being
made to lynch him.
-Prophet Dowle held two monster
meetings in New York Sunday. He
became angered because many left af-
ter satisfying their curiosity as to his
personal appearance. This led him to
announce that he was not conducting
Ia Buffalo Bill show.
-About twelve thousand soldiers
are In camp at Fort Riley, Kans., to
take part In the maneuvers.
-Secretary ot Treasury Shaw will
address republican meetings in Ken-
tucky and Iowa.
-There were twenty new cases of
yellow fever at Laredo, Texas, Sunday
and six deaths.
-Canadian papers, commenting on,
the Alaskan boundary decision, say
that it is a rude blow at imperialism
In Canada, and that Chamberlain gave
it to Canada "In the neck."
-It la reporteJ that Minister Mac-
Donald, of Great Britain,-will act an
mediator between -Japan and Russia
and try to prevent any further trouble
between them.
-The mixed commission which has
been hearing Spanish claims against
Venezuela has made its award andt
closed Its session.
-Two hundred and fifty lives Inst
at Turshiz, Persia, by an earthquake.
Thirteen villages were destroyed.
-Marconi system of telegraphy has
been Inaugurated in China.
-In Coffee county, Oa., superior
court, Leo Crib was resentenced to
hang, November 10 being set as the
date for his execution.
--Broad Street Methodist church, of
Columbus, Ga., has ordered its moen-
bers to pay or seek other fellowship.
Fifty delinquents have been Croppod.
-Two prominent farmers of Ander-
son county, South Carolina, and their
overseer have been arrested by Uni.
ted States officers on a peonago
-In Orangeburg county, South Car-
olina, A. C. Gunter, who was a wellness
against J. H. Tillman, cull the threat
of a man named Busby, cutting out his
o -Governor Jolks, of Alabama, is-
sties three pardons to while men. Two
had killed men for Impugning the hon-
or of their wives, and one was a yonth
charged with attempted train wreck
-In a riot In New York as a resilt
of a strike at a rag factory, several
girls were stabbed.
-The five convicts who headed tha
mutiny in leavenworth prison have
been found guilty of murder and given
life sentences.
-The town of Aberdeen, Wash., was
practically destrdyoed by fire Friday
afternoon. Four persons were burned
to I at $l000.00ti.
-The Union Veteran Legion has
adopted a resolution bitterly protest
Ing against the placing of a statue of
General Robert E. Lee in the hall of
-'pljah" Dowio, at the head of his
restorationn army," has Invaded New
York city and begun a cnmpalgn of
pu111ificat ion.
-PresIdent Rnosevolt Is ltersuunally

managing the republican campaigIn in
-Tlhi Jury In the case of Ernest
ltaywooi, charged with the murder
of Ludiow Skinner, at Raleigh. N. C.,
returned a verdict of not gtllty.
-Boolter Washington, who has just
returned from a vacation in Europe,
finds the poorer classes liero have
better opportunities than sinillar
classes abroad.
---'ormer Governor Mitchell, of
F'lorida. died at Yampsa Wednusday.

Crew of Work-Train Whelmed Ir
Frightful Colllilorn In New Jer'
Shock People of Baltimore. say-Forty or More injured.

Trust Companies Collapse. A special from Trenton, N. J., says:
Fifteen persons were killed and about
,forty more injured in a collision
MILLIONS ARE INVOLVED whichh occurred Saturday on the Belo
SeI videre divil lon of the Pennsylvania
RaConcerns Forced to the Wal the lroal Company near WashlngtOn's
Concern Forced to the Wall ae the Crossing. Ti persons killed and In-
Maryland Trust4 Company and the jured were labore-rs who were on a
Urtlort Trust Company, Both work train and were on heir way to
Immense Corporations. work at Waihingtom.a' Crossing to re.
pair washouta. along the road. Fp'Pr-
Mondayas day of marked excite- teen bodies were soon stak'en from tlhe
Monday was a day of marked excite- ak nni ot notl wts known to bIeo
meiit and subdued anxiety it.. the final- under t he dilrioe. The iea.nl tnen, wltll
clal and business circles of Baltimore, one or two exceptions, anre Itallan la-
a day full of momentous events anti of i.rers who reside in Trenton, the oth
wild, Irrosponnible damaging rumors ersa brIng n: .yroes.
The train bearing those killed and
In those streets and marts give ov.r Injured was made up of t wo coachles,
to monetary. transactions. In which the imn wore riding, and twa
The day began with the annoin'e- lint cars in the rat. The train stop
meat of the failure of the Alarylawl-' pl near Warlington's Crossing to re.
Trust Company, and. except to only (ive orders. W hil estatiinug on the
an iniLiated few, thie nowd came like tra ga it wl. rin. Th itw) Irtli tars tel-by
a bolt out of a cloar sky, spreading scopll d lie two coaiaS:l. There were
consternation in all direoiione. To a hloi0 It i .i ini on h in i ars As soon
these few it was known that the Marv- as Ihn acchilnil halippenel tli Italians
land Trust Company had Inng b',-n Ii reanl ic fratni-, anid iiil'ad n an altnipt
struggling with undigested sociL itle-.3, to Itolily harni lhe rw of tlic glr vel
that It sustained heavy withdrawals of train. Wo'orIl wa.: ni t1 to Trr.nloni for
deposits, and that, finally, on Saturday lic.1 .Iinlln. ,t ilh' minl were
last, It had fall :-d In Its supreme effort iinally quiit_-.it, by ilit fotticnhin.
to bridge over the yawning chlisal ty Thi rallr)ad illci:ils aro r.Iilc i a
negotiating a $2,C0K.ff'',000 loan in 1o.i. to bll i.v t e ill -i l iI cn orcurr.d, bil. 0 it
don. 1I h-bol rvd tliat L I i gra I train filile.'d

While the bankers in I1heIr ofile s
and brokers in clusters on the sitr' t
corners, and money dealers gent-ra, Y
and business men In the exchange,
wro srill e Itedly dilscussIr.g the c-il
lapse of the Maryland company thcre
came another bolt out of a utano-pia-
rent sky, the suspension of :he Union
Trust Company, afld it was this lat *i
event, which happened at a late hoirr
In the day, that gave Imipenis to a va.
ruled nunimbr of basFl:ss rumors as to
other financial Institutions whi h
might well have created a panic had
they been given currency earlier ;:i
the day.
Receivers Appointed.
Allen McLane, third vice president
of the Miryland Trust Company. w s
appointed to take charge of the affalsH
of that company. Miles White, .1r.,
first vice president cf t Ihe Union Trn.-t
Company, waa appointed recPilver of
that company. Mr. M'Lane gave bond
in the sum of $2.000o.fn00. and M:
White gave bond In Hlsa sum of $1,i000,
The last statement of th Mlarylandn
Trust Company. issued nn June ,.1.
1903, showed capitall stock nof $1.12-,-
000, surplus $2 437,500 and undivided
profits (if $67.998iS.86. The comipanu
has id'mand time depusl(it amnoun-
Ing to $5,773.817.15.
The Union Trust Company, at he I
close of business ruon Mp.rch 21, 190.i),
had a capital of $1,(I ,.iii0, Esurplus of
$250.000 tan I undlividel Iprofits of $159.-
G67.,5u. Thio Union Truat Company hass
deposits am.utinilng to nearly $2,0in..
000. The filing of thei fir..t applita
tions for receivoler for ithe oenirras.
ed companlcs was followed hl p'll
tions for co-receivcrb for bro ni roninpa
The total Ilabillills of the two com-
panies exceed $10,I)00,01t)
The cause or the Mar.lnind TruFt
Company's falltirp was duo In the in
vestment O tilne nHs(ar of i1l rnmlpaia"
In Mexican irnllway crirliles. whil .h
Conll I nult leo nukhelil The lUiiin
Trust ('Cniriiiy faIllei. becaulnf, of n
raun on lis Ijlnniinl doliarluntni. alou
$15in.0n- ini\ 'Ong I n withilrawn liv
T(I posi ors; hill 'ion rfnl trn i ,loes nf
thie comlp-i v had t i,.. origin in ih-
organization Tnf ICho Slltn and We 1.
orn rallwnv in Virginia. In which a
capl nllzat-Im or aboui $ll.'i00.titi0l wag
contemplated The tUniton oompnn v
%Nas the fi;,aI agent for the Virginia
enterprise juist ns tihe Maryland conm
palny was lit Ifiscal agent for thf M'-x.
lean railway
Though I. eoe two failures followed
so closely, it cnn Il liasld on uinquej-
tionerl atillierity thai there was ano cor.
neetlon whatever Ietwten ihteo Itwo.
The Maryani.i Trutnt Company antd the
Unloni Truist Company were not joIntly
Interested in any enterprise, o that
the suinspension or ono had no direct
bearing upon the other.


Employes of Mint Were Fired for Po.
litical Reasons.
A WVs nllllgtln- i dia>palch' as3h: Tl,,
ci ill s rit (ot, inn niilt-.-iotn lio.i ret |lhsi, j .I
the Irea.lniir .h paTstaini t lot rnrin.,lt n:-
Cinarles M1 l'.i..-\lana lliltjile. Thnnm is
I'vlvilnu li 'll nlh w'irl -'nilh, n ii -hnu in .
nuid F'rann is P t.til,,n. rollt r in l in'
lTiie-I. StlaisS mint ai Philnad.'lli]in
wlihose I remov-als Ihe com.nilsloiitn 1,l.
foun.I to l ave i'-in for pnli tial r,..i
The president l taken .rat In lto...-
Pst ii tthe case and has inalsited thnt
Ino condliu Im of affairs at. the mint Ihe
ihorouighly r''niciond.

-Negro voters In Ohio threaten to
holt the republican ticket, and Re'Ils. EACH SIDE IS OBDURATE.
ler of the Treasury Judson lyons Ihas
been called on to hold them in line Russia and Japan Making Slow Prog.
-At lHamilton, Mont., Walter Jack. ress in Peace Negotiations.
son, tho convicted murderer of a n;. The negotiations between Japan ani
yearold, boy, was taken from jail atnl, Russia, according to the view of the
lynched. The mob acted because situation taleen in Berlin, Is not mak-
4ackson's lawyer had appealed the Ing progress. Each Ride, it appear
case. from official Information, will not yiel1i
-John G. Winters has been appolnt- on the essential points.
ed Judge of Alabama's n.w judicial Japan persists In reqalring an agree
circuit. ment that shall not limit their respect.
-At the hearing before Ih- ref- tire spheres of supremacy.
erce in New York, Wednesday, in re-
gard to the stranded shipbuilding NEGRO DEMOCRAT KILLED.
trust, Leroy Dresser swore that --
Sehwab. former president of the steel Shot to Death In a Quarrel by West
trust, was responsible for tho wreckk Indian Black In New York.
of the concern. During a quarrel Caleb A Simms,
-"ILlIJah" Dowle. at the head o( one of the best known colored men In
3.000 crusaders, left Chicago Weduaes. New York, and leader of the ttn ted
day for an Invasion of New York. colored democracy of Greater New
Eight special tralnq were required to Yk, was shot a ond killed thursday
carry the crusaders. ot nd kld day
carry' ,t cruae t night, in the club house of the coloreni
S-AL, lisabetbo' N. jv., ao ti Di6, demuooracy hby Almha Padr, We.,
e.h1 uos.tee by tlhe q ^ .IU ,r tre' Iq Mdtau negialtu w oo is harn of the
b.o_,-- t-a. m.. t o th' club.
)t' : ,- A%"'l" '" i"t'" -i ',

i) F--.t any a.tv,-ri-e.' g.l nial or that tihe
flngninn of th I flr,;i irain 111lilO. to g'
bath i a s1uitfrlen- t distant. *


Negro Who Kil;cd Policeman Dracr-

Decision of Alaskan Com-
mi;sion in Our Favor.


State Department ls Notified of the
Outcome-With Only One Excep-
tion, Claims of Uncle 8arn
are Upheld.

A London special sayli; 'iTh Alas.
kan boundary cominllsion, raturdad
reached an agreement Whereby all thii
American contention are suatalinl
with the exception of those In r.:i.
lion to the Portland canal, which Cul.-
ada wine. All that now remains to tIo
done is for the" commriselon to affix
their signatures to the decision arni
complete tihe map which will actoni.
pany it. On the map will bo markel
the boundary line definitely fixing tM.,
definition of the American and Can.t.
dian territory on such a basis as tin
American citizen will not lose a f,,t
of land he already believes he hel!,
while tho U ilted States will get 'ill
the waterways to the rich Alasli',i
territory, with the exception of ilh
Portland canal, which gives Cantail
the one outlet she so much needed.
TI'o Iong standing dispute was only
settled after a weelk of ke.en, tryti ,
secret delll)ration between the at li.
trators. Event up to noon Saturda.'
there was an acute posslnility that
disagreement might result and ilj
whole proceedings fall to the ground.
lord Alversione, though openly inclin-
ed to believe in the justice of th'i
American argument that the Unitli

bach in Atlanta Behind Bars. States was entitled to tie heads ct
John Hirris, Hli mnUitirlon r of PaI- nlets as cotntalned In question Ai.
I.'cnnan tiin n llrabl:u'l> in Atlaltia. held out that Canada had establish,-I
was arrt.i.ld andiI pcincd in jail Sun- her case in questions 2 and 3, dealing;
day afitrnoon ait Abbevillhi, S. C. The with the Portland canal.
(aptur' \waf. ina i ,3 I, Shlff f hyon. of After luncheon Senator Lodge. Sc'..
Abbeville. and 'Pollconien Johnson atnI retary Root and Senator Turnc.-
McCinne, anl \W. I' F'ergusin, on tIle agreed to cedeo thoso points and ti
Fergiusoni ia a neir Abbevillli. Illin- start the American boundary line fronil
O-Ia acknovlilgrdgl the crinmc W'ietn anr the head ef the Portland canal, thii
tested. giving the Canadians that channel atil
Chief Jcii Wi riFill. of ihol Atlanta some small islands, on which their.
police for-'c. tilt Ofitci-r [ftosrr, wiho are only a few small disused storma
knows Hlarnis well, left for Abbeville houses. This accomplished, the nm-
Sunday night ion IlIo 8:1 ) o'clock rain Jorlty of iribuinal agreed to fix, w1ita
of tho Seaiboard Air I.i:ne, Ileintilli1d IIl, ex-eoppliun the entire boundary as
Harri-. anl rtturnil] with tlie prison outlined in the American case.
or Monday. State Vepartment Notified.
llarril rosistul.l, arr-s I vigolnrnusl) The Asso.lated 'Press bulletin from
and nnido an aciiript Ito uilt Sherifft lonlon. announcing the decision of
at Ptnr Arthulr Fc(,rins Io ndlcrno the Alasktan boundary dispute, was the
that Ilie omln i iIt.rilS of i.00 woultl first lntimation received by the stalte
hav- ln,:i orr el if all Iii. cnrps c.n. p-poarmnie'nt that the commission hasd
gag dI ,t,,nnincl their full r-oniplemi.nt. reached an agreement. Although tihi
It apliiars h,,e.ever, that most of ihie hulolln froln London is exceedingly
reinon n t wthiris lef, slate department offlcals say
of thllir r,,tminnl l .1irci".igll The Iofal l othat II shows a distinct victory for the
of il. I ..ini> iln'lrm ailoit Port Ar. U united States. ItI is their opinion that
thlur is 7r,,ii, trl i(on. the effect of the decision regarding
________ the Portlannd canal merely gives to
BROUGHT DOG'S HEAD ALONG. 1Canada possession of Pearse Island, i
smail island in the Portland canal, and
Two Patients Enter Atlanta Pasteur Itf no -s1'.I importance. This de-
Institute to Await Developments. tall of the controversy is admitted.
Two '1,, 1111 n, n aniv,,sI ii Atlianta hy the state department officials to
F;n riil:ivy ov, 'iln ,in Ilxan l I ,r have loen open to argument on both
City, Ali to w.il f,ti- ,lv l,), pnu n(t lties.
of svYnlplnls' of l .irno hol':i i r.?. Poarse Island is at lhe mouth of th,-
from ih,. h iI-I, iof ,a "n ni .ln Tlhurstl' ,. canal. The latter Is divided betw ',n
W i tl h,- It w ,,l irnlt Ii.r was a ph t I o canals by the Island and Canandi
ai'lan of A I\ril.l'. ( v n li NCw 'forminrly had iundisiputed use of Ilth
f.intllntii 1,1 I, i,,ni glng i hni, nail oalrn rinchannel.L Under the present.
hil- 1 in.I ir itl, l i n ti v-hliich had tI cl hlon Canala will have the use of
toi i nt IiIL thrr. western channel.
Thirt( iri. pirt rit .- tarin iTnmk i Canada is Disappointed.
,l.'it" It 1, ( ii ; I'7I( ill' Io tiui foin r Anrordlng to a dispatch from To.i-
i"',"I inc.rin I'.-uui i n1 I l,.s f. ,iric-n r iteo, gl..at dlisapproval of and disap-
ts i,,t ir. Oii, I eiiis ,,nf h rr, 'tlnl ,ni nt Is I felt thore over the ,1'-
ll lo .]. n _iI k ih ti l.itLl i n Ihe Alaskan boundary cas2.
'nii|itni ili-, \], i11 nI (, lire nian, d -
will I,. ;11ti,.,liiaell, rlir,, nIr111i.r itio GATHERING OF NUT GHOWERS
i %til-. I 1r, .111".i nF ,prn-,n rili.-,i lv,%. i,
wni !,-'iii a.ll.-in s anl l, tit r,. VWill Take Place In N'ew Orleans on
mal, lIu Pail. 'October 28th and 29th.
--- -... The National Nut Growers' Assocla-
TWO "KEROSENE" VICTIMS, flon will hold Its convention at New
S". I Orloan October 28 and 29.
Atterrpt, to Kindle Fire With the PreFitleunt l. M. Bacon, of DeWitt.
Fluid I-Ias Usual Result. GC., llea. preprP'nl an Interesting pro-
A spe-ni frinm Sandy Run. Gat lo grant san t11h foremost authorities In
cniinty, N C. says tlint as n result of the Unlied Sates will discuss various
an attempt to lhindlie fir. in a stve to, ovS connectOd with the culture of
with erosrnp. two white pirls., acnd r il.
I nnd lI. years, grandchlldrrn of Mrn t It lis e'xpreted that Secretary of A-.
Ward. were biurne. to dealh thire rleuiure Wl'son will be among the
Thuir'dlay. t ur akers.


"Cotton Corner" Brown Tells How He
Engineered the Great Coup.
W P Ilrisun, the11 i ,,Nn ki l n, '.
turned to his h,.inn In N-,. (irlianq
Sunday from N..vw ,,r h It, an.
noiuncetd the nl mplnl r t i, -. (r if I Io
bull campalgnn il i,., ih tun;ially ha111h.i
3 ,in,11011l btiili-.s f n( u i ,f an.
Ho adntili '. that -'rin Ih c(.ipltq
was largely inItri sr., In 11 ,th irn-.r
and cluain ,,i (h111 t(1 u-..nim ign woA n.l,
permaniointlvy radio li,, prt i' 1of t (,i,-,,
the fact lithat a nornuier r tuld sun ....'
fully he acconnplisiheld preuvtni ing lo
pri>'es In Ith fiuturen.

-. ---- --__

Three White Men In South Carolina
are Bound Over to Court.
I1 W. ani Foster Prultt, farmers.
and John W. Necce, their overseer, of
ninlerson county, S. C., all whin.
s.-rn anrrmsted on Thursday chargt'l
%Ilrl viollling the federal peonagt
laws by uninlwfiilly requiring Bill NM
Fill. a negro. to work and for whip-
ping the hnegro once.
They were given a preliminary hear-
Ing be-foro United States Commlssion-
r irior on Friday and bound over for
'ial at the United States-court In


Majority, However. Apr. rove New Alas.Hn. Henry L. Mitchell Pases AwaY
kan Boundary Agree-ment. at His Home In Tampa.
A london i.,'l i:,i .a ti .' draft FoExaovernor ry L. Mitchell, nf
th decnl r. iorl(la (tied at his home in Tampl
tiou decsilun r a-mihod b, -11 0Alas:n Ih t 'Was e 6 rdnosday of general debility. U"
boundary eomanissi1on..r, a ,nnoun vas 69 ~learn old and bhis health had
pd by Ihe .n snnit,.i n i>'-...s,wans n .liga 1 en ftli ng a year. He was circuit
tb a niajo).-ni of tIII nonna.i,-,.]s 19dgo from 1s77 to 1888 and from
Monday evening M,:srs Avle.sirnl lSA to Wg st-as Justice of the su-
and Jelt the Canaldian innmissir. i P1 te urt. or he state. He wac
ers, refuse 1 to ipn. oernor from 1S93 to 1897.


Taft Start Home December 23-DoUnion Veterans Against Plaling of
faulting Constable Caught. His Statue Inr Hall of Fame.
A Manila special says- (;C.'rgo Ir. One of the concluding acts of the
man. the tiefailting constabulary onl. -ulnon Veteran Legion, in aeaison at
cr. has been captured and taken l' Dayton, Ohla. was the Aidoption of
rayauan. E ight hundred dollars was resolution bitterly protecting igalyst
recovered furom him. Iand denouncing the, planl0 ptjftg a
Governor Taft has designated DeI statue or General .* Jui *" a inf
eember'23 as the date of his depart 1Lkmthall'Of- ame" -. Th.4t 1 0 .,
ure for Washington to enter upon hi ,'it that m, such i8.4, d
duties a sertTry ,of war. su to the o ....
..to =e=o?




S To Lighten a Dall Room.
'A dcorator says that white wood-
'.O.: 'f yellow paper not o0lly at-
i t.Veily lghten a dull room, but in.
: rease markedly Its apparent slze. A
r.41t1aqtor0y yellow paper for a dining
,V40aM one with narrPw up-and-down
StrpeB, light and slightly darker
Wades of itself. The plate ritl lIs eveol
: ,preottler. On this shelf blue Canton
paites or odd pieces of china are ar-
rnged. The frieze in that case should
be left plalu, being an extension of the
coiling to meet the picture molding.
The plates act nas decorations for the
fI'lexe space.-New York Post.
The Cure of Stings.
All sorts of stings-whether from
wasps, bees. hornets or bumbleebees-
should be sucked to retuove as much
poleon, as possible, then havQ a slice
of acid fruit, apple, tomato or peach,
pr A oruxshed berry, or grape, either
ripe or green, bound lightly to the
wound. If the pain Is very severe after
a minute take off the fruit, washi tihe
sting in warm water and bathe it well
t alcohol. Then wet a folded linen
rqg. In either alcohol or vinegar, and
bind on the sting. If neither alcohol,
rlhegg'r nor fruit of any sort Is at hand
try a briuiq'd'plantain leaf. Change
. the application, wlintoeir it Is, overyv
ten minutes until the palu subslde's.-
Uood pousekeeptuig.
AL Useftl Dumb-Inalter.
It is very hard to keep peorshable
food sweet in sunnier In fnirmliouies.
The food Is commonly kept In the cel-
lar, makilug many back-iacllig trips nup
and down stairs. A little narrow dliiml).

walter, sucht as Is shown in (lie ncut,
could lie Inlde lby any on? hilinuy wlilit
tools, iid tlhe atelp It wi11l anve will be
countless. Such nnit dnili-waiter Is so
light it cnn be ltleLld inllli a finger. It
Is just large eniioughi to holdhl n plate, or
pitcher, on n i hllf, mi.l 1is hning wilh
window pull .vy. d ci-nr i s. It (nil of-
ten be fitted into snmin corner or angle
In ait kitclen where It nill lbe v-ry litn-
conspicuous, ''lihe shelves nin tliheir"
s:do pieces slid uo p inlil down inshlui
two sltlfh lloir'n s Ihtlit hn: tiii lithe puil.
leys.--a'arum Jo',riil.
Prepared wax r'a'Ily mixed Is a con-
Where color nlid \ ,iiini.Nhi are to be
applied use tlh sii Si .t.iti ly.
0 0 *
When boards iare first stalinId anml
Ihen vnrnislid thlie color rI'iiinins evc ii
whenla the varuish has worn off.
S* 0*
A 7^ewly-lnidl loor inay ibe, ruliled
aooth by iliubtinig entih bonrd wilth n
handful of nipdiuliu to be bad at a paalir.s' supply store.
i *
The filler uny l)e pur-'cLased or mnile
at hpwie.

One half pint of flake while. hnlf a
pint of whJting, one pilit of bolledl iin-
Soel oil and tlihree il ts of turprltinle
wuako a good filler for lgltil Vor-d.

Painted, varnrslied 1ind oiled floors
may le cle'redll with ci-ile pcl'rolhtnii
lub Ibe boi'di s with n woolen ,eclili
(lpped in the ipetrollliLu anid close lhIe
room tfo-. n few hours. Then wiiIh n
clean woolen cloth mloulited oun a Iloor
brishl rub tIe iloor lihard. This loth
polishes anid removes the isuperfluous
oil, which Is necesanry.
Waxed floors should be dusted wrillh
a soft cloth or dust mop. Dirt spots
are removed ly wlhilig will a clollh
dampened wilh turpentine This re-
mores the wax, so it Is ihecesairy to go
over the spots with a cloth slighltly
molstened with war.
0* *

For dark wood a qunrt Ceaol of
boiled linseed oil and turpennino .ntld a
plut of whiting nire required. One ta.
blespoonful of burnt slenna nnd n ta-
blespoonful of yellow ocbro will givo a
ntahogatiy shade, while for wnlnat n
tablespoonful of burnt umber, a abnlf
teaspoonful of Venetian red and a linif
teaspooinful of yellow ochre should be
added. IFor ash ndd a level teaspoon-
ful of raw slenna.-lPhiladelphla [Iec-

Peach Snow d3ent ono cupful of
cream to a stlit froth; ndd to It one cup-
ful of finely chopped peaches and lialf
a cuipful of powdered sugar; mix light-
ly and pile in a glass dish; serve with
Crgers of sponge cake.
Quaklug Pudding-Add to one cupful
of grated bred four vell beaten eggs
and one tableippn.i of Hicj flour; add
this to one Qutrt milk; add one tea-
ipoob of salt and the grated rind of
half'r lemon: put the mixture In r- but-
tered bowl and steam two and one-half
hours; serve with any fruit sauce.
Potato-. Puff-Paut one cup of potato
In a enall pan, add the yolk of one egg,
two tablespoonfuls of cream; salt and
pepper too season; stir over the fire un-
ill h6t; Jfemove, add the well beaten
white St the eggs; put this mixture
Into i fgeased baking dish; bake In a
qutnk oven tin minutes.
Mine Veal-Chop cold cooked veal
A'in"'Slt pieces; make a thin, white
exusie, uialug veal stock or broth. In-
steid4l'of mllk; add the mlnce.l veal; let
t' i itiiser ten minutes; bave alles of
.'ot,'~.Mely Ibrowned nand buttered;.
fl~ re gWervin Xg-add a few deops o
O .i t'l and a litUle Ihopped pare -
Oft Q5ge5.


Corn breeding is a modification ot
livestlck breeding, and follows the
same genOral laws and principles. It
Is the application of principles of plant
and animal breeding to the corn plant.
The per cent. of sugar in the sugar beet
lihas been increased from three per cent.
ti sixteen per cent. The ordinary beet
wns Improved by seed selection, so that
nn enormous Indtistry has been built!
uap and a new source of sugar given
to the world. This has been dond
with a plant which seeds once In two
years. Corn produces a crop every
year, a single seed producing a return
of over a thousand fold. From this
great number of offspring, varying in
size, shape, color and composition, a se-
lection can be made which will develop
any feature of the seed or plant. By
continued sleetion, these valuable at-
tributes enn Lbe fixed In the character-
Istlcs of the plant, and the usefulness
mlid importance of the crop Increased.
To Illustrateo the polit: Weo have been
able. bry selecting ears with long
salinks, to lucrease the length of the
shank nearly two feet In five years' se-
lection lBy selecting it'rs with tall
stalks, we hanvoe been able 'to Increase
the height of the stalk almost three
feet In live years. By selecting ears
from points having wide leaves, wo
have been able to increase the averngo
width of (ile leaf, nnid by selecUing ears
from talks havlinvg narrow la-ves,. wno
have' been able to decrease the wilthl
of tihe leaf.-Cosminpolitan.

To Cure Itroody lien..

HInving recently seen several diffTe.
ecnt wnys of "breoaklng up"broody liens
ndaocatn-Id by lthe poultry writers., nono
of which seemo to me desirable, I halvo
thought It might lhe a help to souie ono
if I give Ilmy Inethod.
WNo should ailwivnys remember that we
lr-op hens for what we can make out;
of hei business, hence that method
which quickest cures and sets "biddy"
to laying again Is tihe one that should
be adopted. Of niall the cures advocat-
ed, that of confinling the hens Itn dark
coops for severni days without food Is
tlie lenst desirable. It Is not only cruel
nnl abusive, but it is unprofitable.
inprofltnale, because It detracts from
the energy nid nerve force of the licil
and throws tlli whole system into anrt
uininiurnal condition. The system must
be ngnin brought Into Its normal state
be-fore the process of eggmaking cani
Mly mnehod, briefly stated, is this:
Rnminve tlhe broody hen from the nest
nnd i shiut her lup In a light, well ven-
IIlnted cOOlI )r" room, where she ctnl
mnoit aroundnd and be Induced to take
exorelse. For this purpose I havo
nindo a stnillonnry coop inl olcorncer
of thIe liennery iir-ge elnolugli To hold
Ihlirly IIons. The floor Is three feet
nilove the floor of thtl heunhoueo, and
thll shlos anr of common laths nailed
togeilir In nn upright position. A
door, also of hltlis, admits the hens to
lme coop anill lets them out. There
nre roosls in this coop, whilzh are a
great help In curing thiein of the "sit-
ting fever," na n hen breaks up more
ensily wlien given n cnince to roost at
night thaln whelln oiupolled to sit our
the floor.
I feer tihoi a inorty meal of whole
onts II I ie morning and give them
all the water they want at night. I
I:olp tlhemin continued two days and then
let therl out toward night, when they
get n good supper within the rest of the
The hons that return to the nests
are put in the jnll for another two days
innd treated ar before, nnd tlne process
is repented until the desire to sit leaves
lh-rn. litinder this trea tent they do
lint fill nwy or lose cnmergy, andi nre
ill rendy to lay again is soon as the
wish to sit pnescq off. In cold weatleor
I feetid itor, glhing sonie corn nnd
tient withi lhe oato. but hI Rummer I
find onts alone, wllti n hearty supper
every second dnay, much better.
T''lin chief object is to got the broody
hen anwy from the nest nnd then treat
her In such a wnay th ththere will l.e
nn inerense of energy rather than n
loss of vital force.
If you have serious trouble In "break-
Ing Uip" yoiir broody hens, try thin
inethod and learn that kindness and
good care, with plenty to eat, are better
than rough linandling and starvation.
If your h ins average more than ten
d(nv3 betweiCen the desire to sit and the
wisli to lay again, there Is something
wrong with tlhe breeding of your flock.
.-Enoeh C. Dow, in New York Tribune

Poultry flinis.
Some use baked corn meal for
young checks. Mixed with milk It
mnakes a good ration.
,Mnture hens are to be preferred for,
breeding up a flock. Pullet eggs do
not produce as strong chicks.
Mulberry and plum trees make fine
rhndlo for poultry, and they enjoy tile
frult ns It falls from the trees.
Llllle trouble may he anticipated
F- 1 t- ... n i oflntv f a esa nre fur'.

Trno Type Rhor w a pretty wmVtan At-
trncil ely Dresedt.
The reantl typlnl Anierlenn girl Is not
a solely girl. Portraits typifying her
asno uch are untrue. iShe has her social
diversions; she has iher parties antlt
picnics and her social merry go-round
of pleasure, Ibut Iheiy aire not her life.
thIy nre nero eincidlents of iher life, for
her life is worlk. Of course, there are
girls who havu nothing to do but to
Innluse tlieisO'lveI yeir Ili and year
out. Pleture's of tliose gIrl's with their
linmt, In festive gelir, ill full dress, in
golf-elothes and in yachting rigs are
doubtless typical of the class. But
thie enliro class does not number one
hilidredl ihousaind auiong seventy mil-
lion people, and members of this leois-
nreo clis are merely files on the wheel.
'ylpilcail Amirtcanns must be drawn In
lheor work nllg-clot les if the drawings
represent tileo type. So the typical
Amierlienn girl will not be found in her
party ldrIss, though sIhe wears it be-
coiulngly nitd with real grace when
tlhe occnplou ticemnds, but rather she
will lie found In iier working-clothes.
In her working clothes-bo they of the
ilclihen, (li1t ftictory, tile sliop, the of-
li0e, the housPnolld hr the school-room--
site I its rciil s God Intended her to
i(a. ilut ianrk tyoiu, even then the chlilf
oi])lnt hollt her is that ilso kniiows how
to wi'Ir her 'froclhs. knows how to dress
inslefrilly at a sinall expenditure, and
lhit v.rI sn ver her work, mhe Is at plains
iand is amilllliouls to make herself look
',veil. And Ishe ,sieeedls. Whatever
li"r station. you will be pretty sure to
ia ld n girl worth looking at. The true
t1 p.* of the Amerlcan girl will always
nlidmvw nII pretty, young woman attract-
I vely dressed.
'J n ltyplcrd Aineric-an girl, then, Is
3ie who Is chalinillg all-d good-looking,
who lives iii tho spirit of fraternlly
1iad who works for n living. Blit In
Ilils coiinonertln the wol'd "living" does
not mnen "liord aniid keep." It inmons
living in the1 lIroadest sense of tlho
Wito'-I-ro v ling, aspirin g, becoillng.
Tlio Anicrleait girl wlio orks with hler
li:inds doei s si only thlit Bslit' may rise
o) li'lttr .lcon dli ion of soIlm aid ninl
agil aliia t, It.t iS not lIo In0'lald-ald-but-
lor prlobleon inth Is lnintlng a wage-
earnrier of the Amtrrleani girl. 1'athers
Inid brolliphrs cen t:irl(( cfie. of that. It
Is the solil prlolfinin--In."tol li ve; how
Ino aft nil Ill l(ih t oit ll of civilllation;
hlow to grow In lgraiNr. Y OUig men nreo
nlot lth only Ihnllgs winl shall "osee
vislons." *T-'l'h .tiirir'iit girl also sees
vlsi .ans, itl ii -li is (Itd with an tni-
lillonu i s -1a1'i.ni 1's l isi In r bliil-b lIer'sl.-
\\llliin> Allen \\'hille, in tihe Wouiiinn'.
IIo '.uo Co!ila)nil lii.
Tlii lilit iVnInt Jnclcet.
lTave ylli liprld nliiot tIn_' niirt wills
Jaicl'et? It i.t hi i, ) woin cool nily nov *i
tlheo Iiore iluiy hhirt wiIt(A.4, nnt I,
1iila L. lo shov.t' na.- ltteli of Illi slhit
waist its lpo thiAI. 'I'tes pletve itIl
just below thec 'lliowV, iinil lu front thI'
incket ls cut very Ie *,' itind l nlshild
wiltlh lon r1 tCver't. A sinart-looklilg
shirt w1ilit lIs ninido of sn C-let silk flail-
lie0, wtili In l:iI;: iniliero r'e fi'n niid cufrfs
for the elbow xhloeves. The hln'k of tihe
little couit I tilghlt lilting ; in the front
tier Is a slight blinise, wlilh Is d1'aliwni
I to the wnilts by ii 1 iv''Ow llact li moiro
belt. IBelow the hel t. lieo llk tlitirii
extends iun the slIlp)C of ia utnrrow yolcn,
over tlire lilies w lii two tali-r iilipnl,
pieces In front. 'l'lii lit lll yokIl-por-
tloni is lliilslihed witll rowln of bilic
silk stltelilili. TIlie slt rt snlit airt-
inent Isanlso charillin lir'idgto up Irlla intl1'
delicate sides ofr 1 il lnuniel or ll lil
weight elolh, atnl wornt over lit nil
white waist. it is very lovely In cloud
blue. eCnillmro p1ntlt ofr tiil'olsr. glr'nrr1i.
Viuen bin-el inoirt' Is ased for ihe
revert, helt nnd cliffs n itllmst sfilkitii
effect Is produced.,--VoiuAitn's HOirime

Fatase .ncLcs Costly.
While nindis nind innitrins of the
twentieth century inre not so devoted to
the use of detachable hair as were Iheir
forehears, there are many who have to
supply nature's doefciency In thn niat-
ter of locks by sundry puffs, curls and
small switches-to them tho price of
human hlnir Is of much import. The
women who have laid In their summer
supply of false hIir and stored up a
few extra ringlets for next winter's
use may botnst just now of their foret-
sight in taking ndvnntlge of n good
hair market and getting In before their
rise. For the hair market Is going up.
nnd a little batch of fine blondo hair.
Iarg-e oenoughl to prop up tbo front of a
pompadour, costs more now than at
at tiny other time In the last twenty
The peasants in Europe are the peo-
ple whio are sending up the price of
good huimwan linr. The country girls
on the continent who have, for half a
entuiry, suprllled the htnir crop of the
%orild, nre junt beginning to realize the
nalun of their mrchafndlso and to do-
nitlnd better prices for their tresses.

To Obtain a ll1m Waist.

from lnites' p yi L l I MM C ... ... ..
nlhctd for them to dust themselves. It's n-ce to be plump, but to be y
If fowls have a clean place iu which plump iu the wrong place is misery.
to fowy, their eggs will not need to be ,'rench women, though they romay got t
to yile rd their eggs will not need t b edundoiir, have their redundance t
nshed before sending them to market located properly, owing to the training
or ntting them. of their figures from girlhood. The bent
It Is regarded hby some as an expen- thing for a woman to do when she has
sive experiment to grow thoroughbred nilotee her "form to ',t out of form."
chickenss from eggs. They advise buy-. i to reganl it hy tnklug gymunastle
ing matured stock. I trltlning of some lind-fenring or clubs,
Ducks and geese eat a great deal of .-r dumb-bells. Int the modern gytn-
greern food, when they can get it. Their aia-um. there Ia ntich an apparatus for
young should have something green tIhe wnist: two great ropes from the f
after they are two weeks old. ceiling terminate nlu a pair of padded '
Wornout milk pans make nice nests metal rings. Into which you slip your
for hens, or if you want to buy them arms. and then, poising your toes per- C
they will not cost more than a good inanneutly for thb time beinl within the
box. They can be heated or scalded central disc on the floor; you swing
and thoroughly cleansed of vermin., i yourself round ant round In a circle,
Quick returns is one of the adva.I- making your toes the pivot. It la splen.
Qages In handling poultry. For a be. did for indigestion, this apparatus, and ,
ginger it is better than berries or for one's condition generally, as well
fruit. Not a season passes without its one's figure, The actolc eomes
sonic return. A first-class hen wil fur- greatly from the Waist. which should
niab, 100 eggs per year for use or fo: be the Itr[ at.p ,t of thb body. tnd
sale.. I *.Thbe altisbd.el, be ti k and-
Where fowls have free range, as t on h oe amli ,' ,s
n farm, and tbere la flock of miao el' r. .. -
naseou, clike the r 810 sldoM a by The,
.pfertlh,0; .'. e4:,not pow '
14^W or%^^.

In sponging two nmon work togeth-r
In a skiff Ono skull. Theo other
loans over the side, and buries his
head In a wooden Iickhol with a glass
cotton. Through this glas hlie can
F.o every fish, every hit of coral or
rea fenthor, and ovory sheel or spongo
upon tho hnotoni. Ills glance swOOps
Indllfforentlly past shark, ray or ponmpa.
no. peist alnglo flhh or flih In schools,
past big fish seeking a dinner anlI
little fish soaking to escape making
onoe"r it healtatos at every gir:)wth
upon t'n bottom, and rests for a mo-
mielt upon ovory form of sponge
which it oncouuters. Whon a sponge
of nenn-mercial value conimes within
rango of the srongor'a vision his front
hand reaches behind him for the
thirty foot pole with Its spongo hook
which lea across ilto guinwalon. Tho
-n*otion of the boat Is chockod by ltho
sculler, "lto hook Is loworod to the
roots of \theo sponge which Is then
torn from the bottom.
Sponges. afte-r heing curtied, are put
up in strtnri four frot oight Inehoe
long, and sold In Key West'I, like ov
erything nine thoro, at aniction In
the fishing community if thie hoys llihe
sponge hit a nort of slotial wanmpim.n
Choice spencimons arn given as tInkons
of rogart, or as exprnislons of grnll-
tuder for favorR. They areo available
In paymon. of compliments or dohts,
and thoir valuto cannot always liu
measured by their monetary equiva.
lent.-Co.intry Life in America.

Promptly Corrected.
Two young follows at Liverpool,
partuors In tieo toa trade, woro iht'
heat of friends, and their Intimacy ex-
lended tn> leorsonal as well as to blial-
asuB ma litZ i.
Ono ofi t ltn, ta simple-minded fol-
low, was a iachielor, and was In thel
liabit Iof reading to his partner ex-
tractls front Itotlera of an ardent andl
affetlonato nature front a lady In th.i
north olf lEngland, who signed htrsolf
The anarriod onn wont *( China for
tweIivo j onthls and reluriaied, Ju t 'n
imento nttondi tlhe weoddi'g of hl.s
"I hardly feel liko a stranger," ho
anld In hits woptent tons, addlrossing
'lio le ridlo. "I fact I feel as though I
ngiilt to be well acquainted will my
partner's wife, since hoe has roflte
stone me the honor to road to me ex-
tracts from hl dt ear Snslo'n letters."
The facen or Ihe nuslhsnl and the
apenker were studies as the bride
drew herself up and said, emphatically
nnd distinctly. "I beg your pardon-
my name Is Helon."

A Practical Application.
Itlle Arthur ha.l recently -come tl
California and was much ImpreosnaIl
with the Irrigation ditches to be scoen
in varlons places. Wishing to escape
some of the summer heat, his paron's
took him on a short trip to the coast.
ie loolted at Ithe ocean for a lung time
wlli wonderilng vras. and finally ex-


Intendent of Streets
of L.ealboni. Icy., liv-
1iltg on E1ast Malui
street, In that city, mays:
"With my nightly rest broken, owiling
to Irregulrilties of the kidneys, astiTfr-
Ing intensely rront NeV're plains Iu thou
small of my back nid through the kid-
neys ilantl annoyed. lyI painrnt pabaslnges
of abnorunal secretions, life was any-
thlug bit pille lit fr ni.. Nuo amount
r f.doctoring reilevetd this coalition, lind
for thlie retismoi lint nothing soueluld to
give une even temii' rary r'llef I be-
camne nbout discouraged. One day I
noticed in the newsilapers IhIe ese t
t Inin who \Iwas nllete-l as I waRs nind
WIa cuttred by the use of Dlnni's Kild-
ney Pills. ills words oif Ir'lwi for tlis
retlinldy wIre ,O situ 'i'icr Hint on i lr
Atrntigth of hbis tiitemtllt I w eit I 10
the Ilnlgh Miurry IDrug Co.'H st or>e i int
got a hlox. I found Ilait tho lildicliho I
wnt exirtuly ns powerfNil : kidney rIi-
-tdy i a reprI'sntil d I texi)rin'l relil!
qriihlk nid Inlling rellef. -irDoai's Kill,
ny P'llls will prove n hblssingi tli nill
stiff-er'rs from kidney i!lsorilerst who
will give Inliri n a fair trhil."
A I-'lm:In T'InAIA of this grunt kidney
medic'lne, whilih cured Mr. \'iill, will
bie inilled to any part orf the Iulilli
States on mrt pilntlliiton. Atlddl ss Ilv)- lll'r-
illlhirn C" ., Ituifif lo, N. Y. I'oir stile
by 1nil drui'ggists, prirre 51%0 'entu plr lbox.

Sponge Fishing In Florida.

"My' hlir .was falling olf and
turning gri;ay vrry fast. But your
Hair \ igor slopped the falling and
restored tii' natural color."-Mrs.
-E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.

It's Impossible for you
not to look old, with the
color of seventy years in
your hair I Perhaps you
are seventy, and you like
your gray hair If not,
use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In less than a month your
gray hair will have all the
dark, rich color of youth.
$1l.40 bollle. All dr |igitl..
If our dirugni lt 1ih4 11 1 a oilOlle nr niid wiI wil l q ili s
you liottl. liBe auro maTnd fo tli nlamo
ul your i.ar'sit ENfrome5 oi, o. Adii esa,
.1. c. AYiIt0 CO., lowell, Msan.


n1ionurIN WII(N YOU IIl1t
(iniwtiuK or MiTTATlONiI
lnt,i It Int tin I rln p tlthortnfliltly Oils u WIMt l
un.t It olil I .,I. tI.i.lr, h..0kl i hIalt illlr oa
tfll 1il .il .1 lir. ihndlriir, ltoo r6totlk Illl
an li ary l till ia l -.,l
Al your Aniirinlat'. rbr r lbY lt
L Louisville, Ky.

Give the name of this paper when
writing to advertlaera-(At43.'03)


- 4~ ~u~ii i~urs.yth 5t..

Illipans Tubules are
the best dyspepsia
medlelne ever made.
SA hundred mllllonl
of thes1 have bee
sial lu tInhe Unltedl
FtiteIs In a Iairiae
yeir. Every Illness
arising from a dinrlai't'el stomach Is
relieved or cliilt by tliIr tuse. 80
Common Il It that disenses originate
from the stoninch It luayibu safely as-
serted there Is no condition of ll
health that will not lie benefited or
cured liy ithe occnslolnal use of RHplt61
Tubules. 'lihyslinatus know them .and
speak. highly of them. All druggilts
sell them. The live-cernt package li
enough for aln ordlnary occtnaloi., and
the Inamily Bottle, sixty crutn, contalsi
a Loiiteliold siipul)y for a year. One
generally givue relief witilhi twenty.
Tito Grea~t m ia anil VWeat i.n
tstaes aof _

Snld an Indignant ilotheirr to her'
3onitig Oil: o"Why dhi you strike, lit.
tie Elsie, you naughty boy?"
Dick, Indignant In his turn. ex-
r.laniod: "What dlidl sh want to cheat
for, thon?"
"lhow did she cheat?" a sied
ininamia. iror mildly.
'* Why." oxclaimod Dick, "wo wore
plan.vlng at Adam anid IEve, and she had
Ltn tlilile o t10 itlpt io with, and she
tinever t(imptri>il nme. il wont and ate
It up herself "--Tit tlis.

A leer ('l1itittnke-r.
I.ordl (i aiItIhor)I'I1. tlan (irlg'iP'ir'U r tof
"Illi. li'n," thiumighi uarly ninliily. i ill
ri-lnlitn his skill lsi. it Sn itelintitl I rail'ni .
Iist. A 'hinmiync'y oik dlesipi'nld lay hliin
in liolng creeled noi Ilie itow'-r rof Itin,
:Ir islih hurchi- li 1ll cclilgitailu, lir-ir
it iniiborough. a,.
CTAiTr O OF n, (tTV oWo TOLiEDO, N
J.UrAr "Itn&NK J. t'iiNzmx make oatli that hlin i
Foilor pnirtier of thIe linn of F. J. timIvN'% -,
(Co., l'oin< buslnnss in, thie ilty al 'Toll.li
t'Conitty rii d tl i(no ilrltr ibih, ii a I lilt at i.1
Ilirini will a:iy tho urnitof o tNtI SuufDaD iIt,-..
I.AnIt for ooah iand ovorynasoo ofATAnan that
einuiat be cuired.by tln isle Q? fIALt..'d
(ArARItn (;UlGut., I't&4NK J. nitiKIrT.
Hworn to lnforo nrn o inl ubalrlihed In nly
r ea- i I nrsuonatli lth dloy o r Decombur,
scm,. A. D., lutdJ. A. AV. ULZAI0N,
ill'stiatnrrhi fluro i taken Interniilaly, an.
nots illrootly on litho blood and titiioua iur-
Ifreca of tli sya 9tm, oaid for trsntlnonlaut,
Iree. F. J. tl snv4 & Co., Tolodo, O.
tihnlh l y all l)rugglats, 75a.
llill's Fminlly P'lilHs a e thoi bet.
A Cloveetll I'oit.
At a inteeting of tIe Wandsworthi
4luaitrdlianq nirillitilirt worn rt'eclv'.al
froii no fewr Iliii n 1170 poironns for
hlin ost of iieseiinger ilt a aulairy of
Ihlrly shilllilgs a week w lith tlrt-I i
h-Illings a nwet k xira nlloantnce fur
Sunday work.--Londoli Tit-Bits.

To"all whn suffer.or to the friends of thimea
whni in,'flr with Kidiney, Liter. Hears, Blmldler
er Illunil iisr iu~t, a uniaplie botti of tliatt'r
(i niatiln Ituahu, Lte rentasuthiarl Kidney mad
I.lhrr Maleitis, will he senit aibolutely freo na
(it. Malentilna lila tiir. Addriras iTUAniL
UlUaG M'rO CO., tI Wtll St., Atlant,. kO

nalia"i[Fil M& Ekll
In time. H., a bT

,tv~?, Waterproof.
Mi~o4i OILED'
51ACK or Y5LL409M
%W s -mAw O at a Mesin
.1*'y #a-#" fasme JA66 owdam" Vs
osoma Is Pwald W w5. an.of
Jffft at ak xi.u wnsmin
a SM an& ( m

lalmod, "Mamma, how could mc..n C3l.
make such a great, big, deep, awful, "
wideo dlItch?"-October LIpplncott's.

An Unfortunate Cho.loe. Appetite poor?*7 Bowels
Iteben- -Oh, yno; the bunco feol!,r constipated? Tongue coated?
maln, "Tho farmer's life's the life fer Head ache? It's your liverl

Judsont-Aw. the raskill What did Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all
Sot doi? vegetable. s,,. to, o .,
Reulien--Woll, I thought If that wan
he way he felt about It I'. rusher he'rI Want your moustache or beard
ake my money.-Puck. a beautiful brownor richblack? Ue

IITftpermanently oured. No flti or nervous- DUCKING IAM'S DYE
re tn l.r first ainy's use of Dr. Kline'ns (realt ie' n n,.i. as. itsWI. I

NerveltotMoeer,2t rinI Ibtli and trratlerfe
LD .ll.l. nla.i ILt l.,_931 Arch t., lVlIla..l',t..
'A copy i liawthom'ne'on rarest lnoolk,
Fnnuhaiwe," was sold in Jtorton receUtly
for $610.
tMrr.Winalow's Solthingtyrup for oltildren
f':Mtbhng,softenithae rnum, reduee Inflamma-
tion,allays pal,caures wind oollo. 25c, a bottle
The lion is the only wi:d animal that is
capable of affection,
You' ran do your dyeing in bal{ an
hour with I'u'rTHAU IfADKL?.& D7ru.
A sunflower sucks up 145 pounds of
water during its growth Ih.
riso'aC Oar anoot e too higblypokeof
Psa ougItaure.-J. W. O'aBMSi M W hd
&Anueo.. Miafearole, ilta.. ia. 9,1..t
The of. rti aial camphor
by Wlfttrolyi1a ti nOW asul.

Bagging Ties

Can save you money.
Nov I to l2 irani street. Atlanial.Oa.

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El!~-ln lboa ""lmas. 106 o"i.

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B LO0 D SYR U P ii for ty-to
Cures CONVJTIPA TION. LiVer or Kidney Troubles

IfI ou H ave never tried it a sample bottle will be mailed to
you, tree of charge, upon request. Fr s.tle t all dealers

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"YeA," said the bandsmater, "We do *i.il.';iresho,.-st .pfiily
htlve troubles with our ilueluciaua .-T q iP et uM. D. I liSept Free.
s(m)ltiiln's These diseases, with cehea and pains in
"Onu wv. wt ru oningpil tIn play at n bone, JoliLa aml back,"'ago taiing painu in
funeral. Our miiikr- was v ry short, so shoulder blades, landJ, lIngers, artna and
we hald itno rah*r ',l \r rWi,.id ih, lhega criplolel by rhcumatnism, lurlbago, soi
cioneottery willint any nihiiii, lh i,,i atica, orneuralgia;n haiAing, spittang, nose
there sorupthliig hlit.r-li'ni. % ,, .r, l.lrhedin;,'ringing in the ears, &ick stoniach,
to play a sol*'nnli min.rat".iti \\LiX ,i. ale.afness, nioiointhshead, Iiad teeth, thin
body wap being lowereld li,, i,, l.t 1.hod, all run down feeling or catlurrh
grave. Only a few instrunient:. w -, .. d l' sirns Of an aytoul poisoned coni.i
needed. I was slowly and i. lnt'l ii,1, l t tihe blood. 'ake Botanic IBlood
swini-ng aMy batu_ thMe u cctLLi- in Ill t it I b oon all ashes and pains
wore s .,y _oeli .when d .. .. n l(is i l.....- Is destroyed and a real
were silltlny woe'1, suddenly p nr a "le of thq worst rher-
tho trombone gave a load, long blast, i i,, ,-,tirrh Thousands uf
rtouugh to waku the dead. SoQMt of easc c ir'l Iv i iI,,, LIt II. It strengtli-
thi mourners faInted. the players oens. wek Im1.-. ni n1i.r.,i,-. digestion.
slopped in constorination, and I 'impoil Druggiats, $1 I- .,, i ,'. Srni.le fr'eo
over chairs and racks to where the by iwrltiti lli.(,i. I,, ,,. .F4 Italm
trinmlonlist. a dull. heavy (6rm Aln, sat, Dld.,. Atlant., Ini. ,i., ',,,,',, alid
slolilly gazing at. hlils iuslc. f'ree medial advice set,, ". n, .
"Wihat tlthe devil did you moan by European 4tuiai has h-. 1i, iiiirr-P
bursting ouil that way?" I liouted. of forcut than the United Si, i,.
'leo ralisel ils eyes slowly to inins. -
W'e1l. I vasi vatclhlng .lo moorle, NOT FORGIVICN
ind jist don ita horse fly gotl on do lp l'lrlgga-Tho old man cut off 1i'.-
per. I tililht ho vas i noto, nn I IwIithmit a cont.
lVli.y',l hill. lat as nil, nin't It?"-- n.rlgg-r see, Heo remembered Mtiri
i lob'r I.1ppinlot'rs "lt"n ii It Iiai will.-DpIrolt Free Press,
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Engines, Be3oi*s_,

Saw MiJr"
Oompleft hese carltid I sn toofr .'
JMME.IAD TJ sfhipmelln
Iami MlachlUtr, Loewst Prios &n *tal" Ter ai
Write us tor cataloguet, prices,
etc.. before buying.

'SAW MILLS -*- "-I
Kii ll 'n i 'nlveral 111111S w
.... .. an .sv rhin 3 L $\ year ly byI
A .. I,'r, ... ra,

93.10& "3 SHOES OR
Ynu can wtvo from $3 Lo $5 yearly by
wenaing W. L. Douglas t$3.00 or$s8 hoe.'

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Nlik .or Iti~.. o1i l .
rine i i ni .n
ht I. I II.I

Doligns I .las an' .
I lll ote Ir t eia lh, e t
64ah )Iby retail rinds
,lIoLr rs e ,m .,h, ,' .
oin'k for l1 n le, li.0, I ". a ,,l
h o ai. IN ul ill,' rti l l l
Caellol f roven t Il tIsto
Corona IsI the h*hohst
Fo, b h orwer el,,r di' .. if

Ca free. W, ,L O UI, A, nr. ekorkon .

Noao Tl pt1.. to ANNWRRQINTWI Q131G.
Tiry-ilve mi as Ahaurteast itimtotA hrevepork So
,all am. Writi, for 3now blAirik 1Tesitn-rimn.
11 T'lUIINIC itCGen. Pass. A gL., Ibahlam, Tezaa.

ro maJQ Ullet
crioveu 41.0Tsweling It& 8tbep
day's; elfectoa a oratneisiodut o
It oto 6o olive. T ri hltroatl~aut
givonf"'t. Nc'thholtcan be falnW
W1 It(a Dr. i. 14. Ceases"i84.
~' Specialists, iau0% iatll

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tainly not; his reputation is at edged ab lt by 'htost end.u s The dead man rests in his grave
.stake." But how shout pienciling power of appeal anid review bvy te in peace, his mimemnory unsoiled, his
an occasionul lie? Most newspa- trial and superior ooumrts. Thert is character uitlouchiedA, with his red e-
pel men do their writing with pen- hardly any opporttinity fir ani t,1. ord written whurc all may; read anid
cils. correctedd error of law or fact. I iis frien he nmsiamhcd. He is
The political rally at Yort Pierce there is no new evidence, every p111 better off dead than the assassin We'll Show ou
plicationon for pardon is a plea t,)r amnd pcrjure-,a d suborners ofpr W Show You
u .w 4 .tt l. ..- .. ...: ... .

s'. speaker und hiarers. It is said
ti -each oil the candidates acquitted
Himself nicely, atnd that Stockton,
, Barrs, room mid Abramns, per-
h, haps made more Iriends thin any
. of the others.
i -.
, Whien we think nubout II.se pis-
,,tal -frauds inu'estiglttionis, \e are
.isupelled to think tliat it would be
a goto thing for the present, and,
natiy future generations, if Ihere
ild be a complete clearing outt of
ials, servants, dogs, cats and
ots, at the national capital.

ST.-U. 's reports of Stockton's
si South Florida speeches
oit few days will prob-
mIessary for both of
34 und. the speeches
'vpaphlet form,
a," orda
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r m. TI,-

- ~Prof O'sgiopntf. STAUI

MUORIOM A T 1.% 'C otton I )epartr

IigN 9) 7i Paid



s OInellt Twii>A-fo Star, BLIND TIGER CASEP. THAT TILLliAN ACQUITTAL. Sea it conclusiolns. itnd it was really
Blind tigering is oie among the The Spartanburg (S. .C.) Jour- time that he proved in what hope-
D. E. GODWIN, most aggravated forms of crime nal tells where the responsibility less minority lie wai s n.to other' j
Lditorand Proprietor. with which Florida is cursed, nnd for the acquittal of James H. Till- queslionms that have enlisted the'
.... --.. is also one of the most difficult to main should lie placed. It, speaks energy of hiis too mub le .nouth." i
Entered April 28, 1903, at Gainesville, prosecute. It is one of the most in a feailess and straightforward TH TA PT I.EM.
Pla., as second-class matter, under Act of aggravated, and deserving of se- way, and dcles not fail to call name .m
Congress of March 3, 1879. vere punishmiaenit because it is a wil. of judges, jurors, and others who in Which Many Galnesville People
Published every Tiesday and Friday, ful and premeditated act on the are responsible for the verdict, Are Interested.
at $1.00 a year in advance, part of the person who commits the which it considers a disgrace to the The foPowing Apswocinted Press nevw a
at 1.Th a year in apnce y from Minneapolis will be of interest, but
50 Cents for Six Months, crime. It shows a wilful, and often State. The oural says openly willafford noeasuretom any of Gaines-
25 Cents for Three Months, a boastful determination to violate about what, perhaps, itinely-nine ville's leading citizens who owned stock
-Apy S, RAT. -the law regardless of thd expressed in every one hundred think se- -some of them a very large number of

Local Readers in revere type, 5 centit wishes of a majority of the people, cretly. The editorial is as follows: shares--in the Star Company:
a line for each Insertion. by committing a crime which not "There are several places where MINNItAPOI.t. MtINN., October 20.-A
Space for display advertisementts priced only shows thfe violator to be a 1t share of the .-esponsibility for the suit n which judgment is asced in the
on application. criminal of the most dangerous sort, outrageous verdict rendered yester.- trict court of ennepin county today bys-
...- .. in that he carries on a business that day at Lexington can justly be c. W. Little, L. W. P'eterson and L. M.
Rumor says live Oak is soon to makes criminals of others, but is placed. Of course, ini the main, Crafts of this city, and W. J. Jolnson.
have an Advent paper one not easily prosecuted, because, the odium of justifying and excus- of !ibley, la., all stockholders in the
Canada is not pleased with the as a rule, those who patronize ing the deliberate assassination of a Star Petrolen company, to restrainthe
Canada is not-pleased with the officeim of the company front removing
Alaskan boundary decision but blind tigers may be expected to do pepeeftl and ,nrrnmed eitizeu rests the books of the concern to Texas, at the
Uncle Sai is iot kicking about it. everything po!.sible to clear thie with the 12 individuals who coim- behest of W. 1:. Brice of Mason City, Ia.
....... .. aaccused, and often have very little posed what was known as the jury This suit is to compel the officers to ac-
The crank Dowie, who calls hitm- regard for the sacre less of an oath. ill the case, and it is well to place count for their actions, and it is alleged
that the defendants, who are W. E. Brait-
sell a prophet, is not having such a In asking for a continuance of in the pillory of public scorn and hall of St. l aul, w. Pa. McArllrter of
walk over in New York as he ex- some blind tiger cases here Thurs- contempt their names, as follows: Minneapolis, lately of New York, Fred
pelted to have. day, the tiger attorneys produce 1 George II Koon, furemnan. for- w. lirowne of Chicago, and several oth-
an affidavit to the effect that sev- nier county supervisor and. farmer. e ', are about to come Into possessici of
It is expected that Walter F. eral important witnesses were al,- Jacob E S.iylor, merchant and about 25,oo., the proceeds of a sale,
Coachman, who has been elected sent, and for various reasons could farniner. and that this sumn is it danger of being
King of the Jacksonville Carnival, not be hud here at the present tern, Irvin Riiger, arnicr. a lleged that President rie devise a
will fill the position after the man- and one of the attorneys took it George E. Leitzey, father. scheme to organize ten distinct oil com-
ner of a real king. upon himself to publicly arraign the Martin I,. Librand, cotton inill paniie, and work tip a big local business
Dowie says New York newspa- County Commissioners of Alachna operative, Lexington .ijills. In each, and then combine them bv ex-
Dowie says New York ewspa- chang;nig for the stock of those len cowi-
per men are "dirty dogs." Well, county for offering a reward for tile Milton Sharpe, farmer. parties the stock or one centralized comi.
really, the newspaper men did do a apprehension and conviction of per- Jonas Corley, cotton mnill oper- pai.y.
"dirty" job when they brought sons violating the "prohibition active, dtick mill. They claim that this scheme was car-
Dowe into prominence. law." The attorney said the coinm. Marshall Shealy, farmer, ried out, and in such a way as to give
Dowie into prominence. nisioners' action in offering a re. J. B. Jumper, farmer. rice and his friends absolute control of
The people of Marion county are ward in the case wa.s "contrary to Willie L. Hicks, cotton mill op- the company's business. otaney wage
waking up on the saloon question, good policy and good morals," a d erative aidl police officer. Inco.-.,orateil as the combined organm-"a-
anda movement for a wet and dry but for the fact that the attorney James E. Price, farmer, tion, and that it issued 4,oo0,oou, Thares
election is on loot. Success to peo. is a recognized authority (?) oin Homer Wood, boss operative in of stock.
pie who are for the right. "good policy and good morals," we Red Bank cotton mill. They claim that on September 15 the
would consider the assertion as do- 'l'here is a heavy responsibility co.pa wy ownel, a plant at Beaum protf-
Great preparations are being ing a great injustice to our Honor- resting back of this o those who it 0,00 a o.th At00,000, a meeting held
made for the Jacksonville Carnival,. able Board of County Cominissioh. allowed the determination of this in hlieugo, it is claimed that Brice start-
The Jacksonville people say they ers. grave and important case to get into tied the stockholders by claiming that
are expecting everybody and his One thing is very evident; sNo the hands of these imen.. Tnere is the company was in debt almost $300,000,
wife to attend the carnival, plain that "he who runs may read," Judge J. C. Ktlgh of Abbeville, aindt ust sell odt or be wode vup and

It is said that ex-Senator Call d that is noe of Alcha cot who, at the April term of Richlad to sell the assets for $230,000.
will really be a candidate for the ty's blind tiger cases will ever con,)' court, granted a conltinuiance on no I-.ravagance and misuse of fund.- is
United States Senate agaidt. Ort to trial if the accused and their a showitig at all and took the first charged.
rtedicion its thateven Governor torneys can prevent the coming; step inl allowing an outrage to be
Jenninedction is tlead him in Govthe racenor and it s our pinio that a na commnitled on Jt-ice. TRENTON ITEM5
Jennings will lead joriy f tlie motions offered Iy There is Judge I). A. Townsen Very Shot Cotton Crop-Othe News
I he eers it. cotilnsel. dclcvling tht'se cases nre of otur own circuit, whose conl. Of Interest.,
T kil e et i for thc purpose il h1dleiY, nmid within science allowed hiiil to transfer this Trenton, Oct. 21 -Cotton picking will
If Tilluma kills every editor i a dpsie that Ihe case, may ne'e cae to a county where he knew the soonlie over. The crop is the shortest
whose columnUs lie is now being comlme to trial, llt.,were jt-jmmrlicl favor of ever known in this section.
denounced as a cowardly murderer, W.e tar' entirely unable to tind.:- Lite ftily* l latt gai. J. Williaams, a prominent you g
he will not have time to run for staild whiyitcan be proper t ffri ta> ti 1 i mha of tliha place, is ruinmng the gins for
governor of South Carolina again st'att why i 1t c' be pre fr h wLth which t'e L ove Bros., at Bell.
Sa long time. agaiGovernor, or others, to offer a ceat.i tll es past had ,illa cl. C. A. Williams is haulig lumber front
ward for tile apprehension of viola I lk-rt1 i- .1 grI.t wei lit .h t resp, n, liell, and will use it in building hilm a
Many people who will visit Jack- tots of law, but improper for t' bility ,r li., apt.- 1i j. itice ic-tmi nlice new residence.
bonville during carnival week, will CollLty Cotmmissioners to do :n. tiipoii l,:e si .'ildcmi ui ildgc 'l'ow\vi. uncle Thomas (liffin was il our burg
be surprised to see how wonder- And right here we will say th.it seLt I yesterday.
fully the city has grown an hnim- there seems to be no kicking about It soun:,ls like ,hic ni.t., mi ni i G.% w-. liller visited Newberry Mon-
p s tr at such offers except in blind tig r ;i m i idett t it ty, aiind C. C. IDruminmond made a busi-
proved since the great fire that i scll ofers except in i< tig r n, i. velett, t, .g.s it. It guess trip to lIell tihe same day.
almost destroyed it. cases, and we think the puibIIIc hire is good reason Ito silSpect l.it J. A Ilech andl Mack Parish left Momn-
well tundmrstaids why the kick omne f the uIiqiitois wiit-es forn hiy for Ilines, on ilte Seaboard Air Line.
"Some of those papers wilho aie comes the defense, wlho .iitw t, .t. Ileium L ii. ,. -anders hli s gone to tile fishery,
anxious to have J. N. C. Stockton Notwithstanding an attorney fir d heard everytliing ald wa, at .ial aspects to re.urmt the last of this
publish that famous letter." says the violators of the "*polhilbtiom tim.,i cotivenitiiily on lhand jist at week
the Tampa Tribune, "would be the law" has given the CoImnmissioni s s the proper imounuiit, wa.- actually J. I. Prevatt aind family have reimmove I
first ones to lambast him if lie a slalp in the face, they s'ill Itve, engaged in sult. nee to g to C)- from her- to two miles noiti of Gaines-
should choose to do so.' but are not likely totake any les- lutbia and be prepared Into t i' a ville.
sons on "good iIorals" frum lie wittless in the tragedy Ihat was l- W. I-H. Gay, who has been visiting unm
It is said a Miasout'i editor has attori ~ liein befre ttd lo. the. ta,,i hunt. ,Ill,,,,d North Carolina for the last ten bee n fied $500 fMissour eiptIa attorney lit ere rlerred to. ready conitenmplated and" designed expected honre this week.
court. That probably meaus a A. TO 'ARDONS. There were others oni the stand F. Ss. Sanchez assisted J. I. Prevatt in
steady job and siute iew (sttipd) ".Every time the State B't-rl of whose testilnioiy was so aniiufestly moving his effec;s to Gainesville, arl hete
clothes for an editor-unless he has 'nrdoms umeets, it hs t pas o a pejtred a to be clearly apparent wil rett hoe ody.
friends whmo are not editors, large Imuimimbel- of applications for re- to alny' intelligent person. Mrs. M. I) Colsom anmd son, LU.e. are
friends r r, e o stones inflicted by And the lawyers who comnnived at visiting relatives iu Gainesville this week.

Some people are queer beings, the ottu tsaftel conviction by juries. perjtry arid stooped to arouse thie r. uir s i istlirae s. uang todaer
Some who would not contribute a [n himw inammy cent to the support of the regular is it alleged tltnt new evidence has prejudiced jury, hive a share of re-
mimnistry will contribute dollars to be'Im discovered, wihicli would huve spoimsibiity for the defeat oh justice,
the support and eimcouragciniiut of led I theI original jury to re.tcli a I':- tuld will wear henceforth tarnished
a fraud who claims to be the proph- feremit conclusion? After aill, this eplultatiolns.'' They may 'jingle the
et Elijah. is the only substantial, rational assa ,sim's gold in their pockets, butl
S- grotin1h fior pardon. Evidence is the' can mmcxvc sqtiare lmeir consci- y ||| "
An editor says: "A newspaper very thcr.ughly sifted before semid etces for tlleir participation iit this
man never wilfully peusn lie," an ing a criminal case to the juir:y. infE mons trial nor ehal)ilitute their
the Live Oak D)emocrat says "Cer- The legal rights of the accused are character.+ in u'tblc esteemm.

rTON & CO.".


fav Oca Island OatAtoq

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Ohice in Miller's I,:A, ExA a nge.

Notice it licruby given tlial ui lthe 24tth
lay of Octoter, A. D., 13/., tile immler-
sign '1 M ill apply to H-IIs E.xcellnc W.
S. J.-innings, Governmor of the Sttme of
Floridan, for Letters P'atemt, mupmi the
Charter proposed below.
This 21st Iny of S-ptemiht-r. A. I. 1903.
I, I. V .N,
I. M. Ril.is,
i.t! ICtI S Uo0 I.tNCORi*Orl(iN iF' 'IuIIK
The lmiti'e tif this cc.rporailimn shall lie
"The ('aiii e,.ville l'lniin., tl Collii
Coutpai isy," iniIl ils principall Ipla'e of Itl-.
ilmess shall hle b ,imetvmilel, l'hloridla
Thie eiernl nature of the biiin'e-,. o,
he tra tsactei y Iy sail ro lloraiti,,n lmidll I C
the nmmaiufacture anhl sale iof colmli'. ma,,I
luilher, ani tlie operation of a pl-inivig
mill, nmid such olier I)nsin mesas mprtima lu1;
iT'e amionilt of tihe capital sto L- inttthlo
rizeil by this corporations lmIll lie I weit,
Tlihousamnd t 2u,0o.i0.oo IJollars: their titunt
her of shares being t'.o limiudredl, par
vat.-:e ot f aci shire (One Iiindlr-l I ol.
lars (Ji uo0.0) T1en 'iht.uisndi i,.Illai-
(luoo oo) of the stock siall be 'u' i.
scribed for andsl istueil at oice and aiaii ini
cash or other property. All stock shlill
be fn I paid ti up whe issuLed, anl l siill tl-
o110 -a ise'isible.
Thie terin for whichli ai.l corp ratli-n
slinll exisl shall he ninuet)-imie years
The business of said corporation .lill
be conducted by n l'reAldenl, \'icc 'resi-
dent, Genieral Mannger and Secretary and
Treasurer, anld a Bonrd of Directois to
consist of three members, ndl smtch other
olllcers ns inl yb 1" created indl i ihi) li ittl
hy the lBoari l of Directors, or stockholIl-
ers. T'lie business shall le cmiducLed hy
J. I. Medlin, President: I I). Wylni
Vice-Prealdeunt; I M. Rile;. General
Manager and Secretary and Treastirer.
until tliere shall have been an cictioni of
officers held by the stockholders, nndm uui.
Stlthe sam l shall have been duly qunliie-l.
The first ainual meeting foir thle election
of stock older siall lie oi tile Lit dtl-y o0
January, A. D. 19i ahulld oin the First-
I'uesday of January of each year there
after, unless changed by tihe I nws of the

The.highest ainonmit of ii'nlebtc liability to which the said corporation Cain
at any timsI subject itself, shall be Temi
Thoutsandi ($1o,Uoo.oo) Dollarsm
The names mindl residleuncw of the sMil
scribers to this proposed charter are.-
N. G. Wande, Monthiruok, Fla., 25
K. 1). W\ ynni, ;.siiesville, i'lm., 25
I. M. Riles, G:iimesville. Flli., 5 hliaes..
J. L. Mcdlitin, Albion, l-t 25 .hliirt-s
State of Florida,
Alnchuin Count y. '
Personally came before mile 1. NI .iles
anid lI'd W'ynn, ecli of lhoni lmiiig to
ilme well known, severally acknowmledlged
that they each signed tlme above and fore-
going proposed Charter in the maner
and fot the uses almd pulrpos-i;s it ilierein
set forth and contnined
titake aild acknowledge, I loiinc Ilie onl
this loth day of August. A I) 194,,
[SEAl..] F V \ ivlt.,
Notary I'litlic State if Flo-ridn at
I.arge. My coummiission expires Nove.m-
ber 9, 1903.
State of Florida, i
Levy Coutmlt. \
l'ersonally cmine before i me J. I. ie.1
lin, to ile well known, hlioi ackmnol
ed ed that lie signed the above anm l fore-
going n proposed Charter in (ie uinmatimer
and for the uses and purposes as therein
set forth and contniued
Tnkeni anl acknowledged before uie
on this 27111h dany of Augut, A. I). i,..i.
[SUAL.1 1.ImNI.V CoI.n-sON
Notary 'iblic Stateo Fl'loridai at I .age.
My commission expires lMarch 23, 14-,7.

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Ar Live Oak . 6 35P
Ar Madison . 7 55P
Ar Monticello . 9 lop
Ar Tallahassee .. 9 4op
Ar Quincy . . .
Ar River Junction . .
Ar Pemisacola . .
Ar Mobile . . .
Ar New Orleans . .
l.v Jacksonville . .
Ar Macon . . .
Atlanta . . .
Chattai.ooga . .
Nashville . . .
St Louis . . .
Chicago .........

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7 30a
9 15a

Connections for Palmetto, NMlnatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
ilnsb, from I'liii NU.3.1. Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampip, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington., Vestibuled
It'y coaches between Jacksonville and Waslington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
c-ir service froui Jacksonville
No. 66, -ueaboard Mail, day couches, mail, baggage and express cars between
lacksonville tinid Waslington., iil drawing rooin Pullman sleepers between Jack-
sonville aind New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Waunee and inter-
iiiediate points, and at Archer with Harly Bird branch.
Nos. 5 and 57, Pullmana sleeper Iletween New Orleans atd Jacksonville.
Steamier for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa undays, Tuesdays and
Thursdaiis, It p. il.
A. 0. Ml.\cIDONEI.., Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
P. C COt Il. tickett Agent, Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co

Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.

No a No ) I
Daily i
SI,'m al ily

1.v p iii



I'4"1A r
l (I) v

r. M,

8i i. I.-
6 6,II
4 ro
7 iflL
7 15 Ar
7 W2

No No.1. No3. N. .
Da STATIONS. Daily. Dally. Dlsce

Lv A M Ar P.M. IAr A. M. Ar P. l.
irfield .. .
.. irvine.... .. -0
D .ngarvan .... -. "....... 45
... Southslde 40
Hickman .... ... ... ..
I.ake Simonton ..... ......... b
.. M canopy.. .. ... .... 1
Tacoma ... .. &
Kirkwood ... i 0%

Wacehoo ... .. c4 4n

G ie svllen .. ..... ..... .....8 0
7 2 .. ..... 40 gooIan1 ..
7 27 .... Graham 8 82 8 I
4 5r ...........IMSPSmO ct .. 8 0 8 '10

State of Fluidan, L k e Ctyd a 4 ..... 7I .... ..
Levy Coimnty. I 3 ... Tallahassee SI. A i 48 p 1 31
Personally came i lfonre me N. (;. Wade, m ..... 1aldol a, .G. 4 p B ....
to me well known., whlmo l'know.lechgeil 7 I i 1.r CoG 1 too.. .-.
that lie signedI the ahoe anduI foregoing' il Ar A M A t I' M L v A Lv P. W.
proposed Charter in the inlamier and for
the usesandt purposes astherem el forth AS. M. GRAHAM. P 4reie.t,
andmi comtauimeMBARKER, G oa. wSpt
Taken mid acknowledged hef,,or me mon VF. HILL Agent.
this I7th day of Aiuguht, A. I). l i9,'
[S '\[..] lF'RANK. I'. C dRA.\ I (,O l>.
Notary 'Public State nt I.arge. ('on-
mission ex->ires Seoteuilber io Iu L,

d YOuiLBundfo TAKE The Atlantic Coast Line


pure nercy, directed to the sym'Ji- J utyantl prejtdced j-riars live.a ,t oe very pretty ramines m, yom'n o |mly uiyh, |l|uptV u pi p Viaa t
S come ti anld give us a chance. I or or DVia
pathy rather than the reason id wHAT DOES HE rIAN? We like to show our line of frames, 1 Uc ksor EI II ysont
setse of public duty of the pardllo- IJoin Temple Graves of l \t- ndMoldings andlpictures. Welike to make J. Runkle, Proprietor, ksovlle Jacksonville
ing board. We would not say l at Jo Tenple Graves of the art frames to inatch your art pictures.
every plea for pre mery-otht to; lanta News, has shown hi'lisel.f We would like to enlarge your picture in GAINESV' LLE, FL.A P. & 0. DnlmVor
be refused; but we think that the entirely tlifferetlt from all the otlltr any size and grade from a crayon o0 anii I Steamship Jsxvlle and
f Pards sodconsider editors of the colin.ry. He says oil. KEEP POSTED ABOUT Line ontgomery
Bondof Pardons souldconsider Our tock offers the xbest you could
ve ppl at h rs the verdict was "Spartan ii itsIM h.-ak'e --PA Steel- -Rapid Transit and nsurpassed Service.
every application that offers no new "cre d :is dhave. W..GARRrTARTCo. I' U 6 so T -
evidence as a pure plen for mercy, H r c Stuiraos i aand iia, Millier h wmextc range, ;Tiue Table in Effect May 24, 1903.
not as a correction of a judicial n ur i "i o d TGaineville. CorporationL Tepart For GAINESVILLE Arrive rom
ror, and deal with it accordingly." a i did eight when he shotl dowi Th e White : Kemble \tin a p r GAINESVLE Arve ro
"-This," says the Jacksontvi le a rmtutarmc-l .iiC ba. B oune of Stati. ,stics should he m, the Iligh Springs and Inlter. -3=': '
St yet he says. "As for Col. Till- B-R ING I U hands of every stockholder. Nof where l mediate Points S
Metropolis, coness to the Metrt.p- e seek oblivion iow.Your Chickens, g es, tshe same aiou-nt of lforan 1 P m Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 8:0m
ols through a Miniesola exchaige. seek obivio O Your Chickens, and Eggs n f act cessle to te Public. This von. y __ _
ois throg a Minnesoa exchange hy should td T lian seek oblivion vegetables and i fact all shows 3by a five-a."olorli.a the location of :2.' P Palatka, Dayton'a,ji vil .
but it is so applicable to other if he as dne o wrong kinds of Country Pro. plants, ore plans, railroad and steanmship Daily ] North, ast ind Wa It
States that we are constrained to m G m e ? duce. lines, e and gives official statements or 1il 40 ni Higahig s A anta, .n ort, 1
b...,_, l ,; i .. ,, can John Temile Graves mean? earnings, distribution or cap:nlt division naily *h spri1s waycroBavapni. Bnswick la m
tt r a. a partial indor,, The Charlotte News spals of AY f securities s, incorporation certificate. full n o, "
teet therx:ot."Atext of bylaws, complete legal digest of atily Rochelle, Minp d -tt a
Graves' editorial, as follows: mortgager- etc., etc.. corrected to Oc,. .-, I Rochelle, blicapopy and
Governor Jennings has beenI "If the unanimity of the south. Highest Prices for Cotun tober, 9o 1y Hg0aa-
slapping the jaws of the oui.ty ern pre..-s on the utarighteousness of Cheap as the Cheapel ns Rr.R $5 N o cst .l ec. h ny High Springs
democratic executive comtnittees the Tilhinan verdict had to be bro- he l OR SAI. ON BY Interchagover 13, nlls o th.i
during the past tree years, says ken we should hmve picked out N DOW, JONES CO. pal railways in the ou tae r, .
the Live,Ok pDemA.ort. "It will John TemiplErateof theAtlnt Us when you want a Te44 Broad St., lNew York. also vAtlant ic Cost Lieed eoth 1emp rew -
soon be time for, th 1 ,to'do News to,"dt it. *,wuldA rh pe and Gros The oldest, News Ageucy-of Wall Street For complete inforitjgms U a a w m
,Ou1 slapping, es 4 t11 ,;1 rbediffe la 081A.,- o kiQiveano al and Publisher of The Wall Street Journal J. &i OAl Af _
k. wil tg, w al di IN STORS Re AD TBER Adr RANK s




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l,v Jacksonville .
1Ar Iernandina .
Ar Hlruniwick .
Ar Savamannh .
"Ar -lairfax .
Ar IDeniark .
Ar Col inllia .
Ar Cnaidlen .
Ar lHta ilet .
Ar %% ilm iingtoi .
Ar Soutiherl I im-s .
Ar Raleigh .
Ar lPortsmoutl .,
Ar Riclimonmd, \i. .
Ar t\ ashiington .
Ar Ialtimore .
Ar Philadelphia .
At New York .

In Sped or Lint, LaHrgeKo r -- --

Advances nulde. Warehou'.e charges fr.e. Tirm offers

illade by letter or wire. Corre.poiuldence solic ted._

... .. c an f. ^.^ I, .- 9 JM
U n (iainesville, Florida.
T eOf. il, I first considerate f or n estor.

SAhslract of TitlO ,oil iApplication.
STAXES RE'JRNED AND PAID. All husi.less given, prompt and careful
B R COLSON, Manager. a

S.hlie, lnl I effective June 2S, 1903.

S 3 I 55 I 1 SilFIIERN DIVISION. I 54 i 34 I 66
i .1 'P .v J. j.cksonille Ar 10 5on 7 15a 5 o ,|
I .S N' 55) ll,,IW,-lin io 1 2a 6 301 4 2-
46, Iu -.1i, ) s o1\ W ihlo 8 20a 404 2 5u
1 p1 Ar (;AINlSVIl.I. E 7 535a I' op
3 6tp .e. I .Ar 7 53...a ....
S7 55P1' Ar Cedar Key v 5 5a .......
S2,p lv silver Spring . 12 52
i .s 2 l l9la 55 12 411)
.5.ss 2 W5 \\ilhlwoodl 23m 1 561)
2 ( rlando 7 oop 8 25a
4.1 .p 4 I.i I lale City 10 28p 10 37a
5 Ip .) 5 9a Ilant Cit 9 3P 9 45a
7 o.S 1 2.1 2 'almietto 4 45P 7 42H
7 28p I .1 M6aalnatee 3 5UP 7 27a
7 45 2 3 l'a .ara2ota 3 00a 2 oup
6 cop 6 45a Ar Tampa ... I.V 8 oop S 5