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 27, 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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Vi te States Attorney in the prosecution.
T le following gentlemen were ,sworn as
SJ C S jurors: C. S, enniiett, J. W. Cantion' C

- A J. R U i Davis.

"a ot Guilty," Says a Jury of
Twelve Men.


Two For Selling Whiskey in
Dry County and One For
Attempt to Murder.
All day Friday was again devoted to
the Jackson murder cese. Many wit-
Snesses were put on the stand. Tlihe evi-
dence was principally rebuttal teestinoi iv
There seemed to be much interest mani-
feated in the case during the day by the
spectators, and the relatives of the muans
who was killed, and thos"of the man on
trial for the killing, who had tieen pres-
ent during every session for the 'week
-were tilll present, and when court ad-
jourmned friday evening until Saturday
"hnmOrangat 8>3o, it was hairlly believed
- that the case would go to the jury as
soon as it really did.
Court convened Saturday morning and
the forenoon was again devoted to taking
testimony, but when court convened for
the afternoon session it wa. Iound that
no more evidence would Ie offered, and
the attorneys proceeded to address the
jury. As has already been stated in the
Star, the attorneys in the case were States
Attorney B. P. Calhoun and Attorney R.
E Davis for the State, and Attornie s C
C. :Thoumas, B. A. Thlrasher and S. L.
Carter, for -the defendant. Attorney
Davis first spoke in behalf of the State,
asid his effort was all able'one. lie wuns
followed by Attorney Carter for the del-
fteldant, and right ably did lie also aceptit
At'the conclusion of M51r. Carter's ail
dnlss--it being ahout the supper hour
the court adjourned till 6:45, at which
time Attorney Thomas appetarcd itt .behalf
of the defendant, and inailde all earliest
aud able speech in behalf of his clent
States Attorney Calhoun followed Mr.
Thomas, and his effort in behalf of the
State was grand.
Judge Wills read his charge to the jury,
and at just five minutes to ten o'clock
Saturday night, the twelve men wlio hiad
been hearing nothing but matters con-
nected with the case during alHmost an en-
tire week, and who then held the fate of
the defendant in-tlIeir hands, went to the
jury room to consider what their vcrnlict
should be.
Court- was then adjour ed but tithe
judge,,and nearly all of the spectators
retained in the court room, thinkitug
that a verdict might possibly Ie reached
before midnight. About 11:30 the. jury
asked to have the judge's charge read to
them again. This was done, art almhnost
inm'iediately upon their return to their
room the great clock on the court house
began to strike for the midnight hour,
It. was 'then Sunday, and court was ad-
journed-till Monday morning at 8:3o.

.''his was a case wherein the defendatit
was charged with shooting another negro,
Carter Vouting, at a base ball gaune at
Waldo 'lThe ball,,entered the Tight jaw
under the ear, crushing the jaw
.bone and passing out throighi the mouth,
removing several teetth. The victim of
-the shot coulM hardly talk so as to be
unde-stood when onl the witness stand.
After deliberating about thirty minutes
thI- jury rendered a verdict of guilty.
The case of the State vs Moses John-
son, selling whiskey in a dry county was
next called, iand the follow :ng tamed
persons were sworn aa jurors: J. 14.
Phillips, R M. Perry, 0. C." Tousey,
Fabian Thontas, G. W. Moyer, Jno. J.
Davis. The accused had no attorney and
ito witnilesses, hut muadle a sworn state-
mnent declaring his innocence, and later
addressed the jury. Col. Thrasher then
addressed a few words to the jury re-
viewing the testimony. The jury was
out six minutes and rendered a verdict of
Court adjourned till 8:30 this morning.
Court convened this mhornhig at 8:30,
anl as we go to press( Green Calhoun,
color-ed, is being tried oin a charge of
mnulrder, amil the jury is composed of dle
following -gentlemien: C. R. Spivey, W.
J. Hodge, ID. A. Robertson, 0. C. Tousey,
C. S. Bennett, A Al. Pournell, W. P.
Colter, Alext Howe, J. 11. Douglas. C. C.
P'edrick, M. IB. Saunders and Fabiai

Miller vs Jordan.
Sr. l". X. Miller, one of Gaitnesville's
oldlest 'til lost highlyy respected resi-
deruts, may be downed when it comes to
telli-ig a snake story, but lie wears the
belt on t(lie fshl .story proposition.
Vestenrlay Mr. Miller declared in the
p-"eeiience of several other geii tle.ne that
he at one time weit. fishing with hook
anid line, wliei a fish knowni as thie pike
swalltwe l hiis urrk ainl bhit, and when
lihe drew the fis'h fronu he water another
pike was sliding on to tile tail of the
one looketIl, s he .ieecured tlhein botlih.
Mr. lIill'o r s.ii-l the fish were ii ia small
bcdy of wlte,', cut off front food, and lihe
thinks thi. y hI)ol, iiing aln ioista served,
misadei for 'ih I i ;. t i t a ilie sainc line, and
the onie rf;lir: ini rnlt (thi bait seized the
tail of hl!e -io ccs.fu' it, e wi:i a deter-
;nirautioni o !f'r'ce a rivition of tihe morsel
of fohrl.
'hlitor Jorlnit. the taluous fish story
tceflr o nf t le t'il tui (,orla l l irald, nluist
eidtier go .inlr Conicit .1g >lt, or r.murrender
thie belt to Mr. ti,ler.

At the Opera House.
Mr. k1it Marsil t wa" greatly displeas-
ed it w\vlhtt we said ahout his show at the
opera house Thursday night. lie said
lie went oni Ithlick's tbounld lbecuse ol his
(lhack's) wife's Iplea- lngs. We did not
know thiut wheii we wrote our deniuicia-
tiol of hlaick''s vulgar act, and vwe
thought -andi s',ill think that a mands-
ger who would stand thle bonoid of such a
perfo-rmer without some good reason for
so doing, shoulil tbe seve.-ely censured.

DEaPNDANT ACQUITEI). Since hearing Mr; Marshal's statement losses
Court convened at 8:30 Monday mnorn- of the facts in the case we are inclined etc.
ing, qtdi at first it was whispered over the to believe hlie was deceived by Illack, and Th
courtroom that the jury had failed to if so we sympathize with him. of o0
agreeahnd a mistrial would be the result, Persopally, Mr. Marshal seemnis to te preve
but while the court was entering upon a nice mat, and we are told by .gentle- bloci
other business, and at ten minutes after mien (there were no ladies) who attended too u
nine o'clock, the jury sent word to.the Saturday night's performance that the fiend
court that they were ready to render a show was free from objectionable, fea- ly th
verdict. All eyes were upon them as they tures. \
filed into the jury box, and many specia-
to'' were predicting what would be the John Fowler Murdered. W
verdict, while many others predicted a John Fowler, the negro mill hand who of A
mistrial.. di.-appeared fronm the Kelley-McDonall The I
The jurors having answered to their mill at Prairie Creek a few days ago, vateu
names the court said:. "Gentlemen of mention of which was made iti Friday's have
thbjury, have you agreed upon a verdict?"' Star' was not drowned by a 'gator, as was stock
and the foreman said,o'We have," as he at first suggested, but he was murdered ticle
handed the paper to Clerk Denton who his body has been found in the mud at first-
passed it to the court, then received it the edge of the lake on which he was last hnibit
back and read: "We the jury find the seen alive, and his throat had been cut. VW
defendant not guilty; so say we all; T. J. A negro gambler who has been ga ing to th
'Love' foreman.'". trouble among the workmen at the mill, Blro
mtdll there were sne idenoni- has been arrested on suspicion of being city-
strations ofjoy from the defendant's rel- the murderer, and is now confined in the. ly ho
atives and friends and the court corn. county jail awaiting further investiga- W
manded "Order in court." The defen- tions. ones
dant was then ordered discharged, and need
the trial which consumed a full week of Ed Johnson Again. your
time, became an event oftte past. Eld. Johnson, colored, who stood sev- line
A BUIIND TIGER CONVICTED. eral blind tier bonds several weeks ago, fully
Aftr the Jackaon case was disposed of and who was himself under bond for sell-
the case of the State vs. David Hall, sell. ing whiskey mn a Iry county, was caught
ing whiskey in a dry county, conliug on again last Saturday night by Officers
to be heard the prisoner was arraigned Pinkoso a Crowe, red.handed ( ;au
and pleaded not guilty, u a jury was in the act, and was promptly landed in
empaneled and sworn as follows. C. R. jail.
eWe venture the assertion that ltd. ""j
Splvey, W.. J. Hodge, W. T. Everett, J begins to think that even smart negrots is all
D. Phllips, R. M Perry, 0. C. Tousey. like himself ca sell whiskey in a dry ,land
Attorney R. E. DaVis appeared in be- new
half ofthe defendant, and States Attorney county a few timos too often. Ed. is a 'ne
half ofthe defendant, and States Attorney hard nut, but e has placed himself under cain
Calhounwas assisted by Attorney B.A. tle hammer that is heavy enough to Hig|
Thrasher in the prosecution. Five wit- hammer that is heavy enough
nesses were sworn by the State, and the crack hi
defendant swore he was innocent, but
put up no witnesses in his own behalf. Lovett Released.
Attrntay t'irashek stated the case to the In the case of I. E. Lovett, who killed
Jury and Attorney-Davis spoke in behalf a negro at the Kelley-McDonald Lunm-
of his ellelt, after the jury had been out ber Company's mill at Prairie Creek a
abut iW 4 iverd it caf e into court andy. few days ago, the coroner's jury -ren- A
"ndet *verdict of guilty. idered a verdict to the effect that the
.0ogeOpP s1tDIIOToN ARRAIGNED. deceased came to his death by gun shot IM
Me c of.tls Stte vs. Goo. Boding- wounds at the hands of I. E Lovett, and ^
.. pttCo. ctndt Motrder. was call- it being shown that the shooting was
....i XPiiL Attosy B. A. doneafter the decesed had twice k picked
Tti" 4. '''' i li' ',, em'iw' Mr. Lowv'tt down with a' havy "tick, be

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s by the removal of goods, furniture,

ere can not be enough said in praise
ur excellent firemen who certainly
rented the destruction of several
ks in the heart of the city, nor can
nuch be said in condemnation of the
who started the blaze, if it was real-
e work of a fire bug

' Come and See Us.
e are now located at No. 100, corner
Vest Main and West Liberty streets,
building has been thoroughly reno,
I and fitted for a drug store, and we
iti it one of the largest and best
ks of new drugs, perfumery, toilet ar.
s, and other goods usually kept in a
class drug store, that was ever ex-
ed in Gainesville,
e are right on the square, convenient
e A. C. I,. passenger depot, and the
wn House-the leading hotel in the
-and are, therefore, very convenient-
e want our old customers- and new-
-- to cone and see us. Whether you
medicines or not, we will appreciate
calls If you need anything in our
conime and try us. l'rescriptions care-
compounded by competent pharmist.
Very Respectfully,
Druggists and i'lharmisti,
esville Fla.

dde ns' Unparalleled Hlair Grower
I that its name implies. It cures
ruff stops failing hair and produces
hair. It is an excellent hair dresser.
sale at S. B. Gidding's Drug Otore,
eaville, and the Popltofce Drug Store
i Springs.




Fire is Believuil to Be of Incen-
diiairy Origin.


Started In Hay Harn-Consid-
erable Damage-Good Work
By Firemen,
A few minutes before twelve o'clock
Sunday night a fire alaran was turned iin
an,d tihe department was snusmmonsed to
the NWbelstoru old stables, occupied by
Crinwfort & Davis as a hay barn, and just
across the street from where this con-
cerfi's stables and live stock were bu-nedu
less than two weeks ago
The fire started int a forty-five ton lot
of usibaled hay, and the building being
an old decaying wooden structure the
fire spread almost like fire would in at
field of dry sedge. Before the firemen
could get a stream oil the Ilames several
wooden buildings on the opposite side of
the block-facing the square were on
fire, as waiq also one used as a residence
anud tailot shop is thp next block to the
east of where the fire started. and whean
thie noble firentena had gotten well to
work almost one-half a block was oin fire,
anid the entire block, and. the adjoining
ones, were in in niinent danger.
. 'No better work was ever done by a
fire cotnpainy," is the universal verdict.
For abuut 'obne hour it looked as if no hu-
,ian power could prevent a complete de-
sti, ctioui of the entire block, and adjoin.-
ing blocks, but by the most desperate
and well directed work of the heroic fire-
men the fire was brought under control
'.-hem only the stable, one reidleune, three
stores aud several smaller. buildings had
heci destroyed. The reinains of the
Sainchez'law office, which was wrecked
by falling walls after the fire of two
wedks ago was consumed. Thebuilding
occupied by a colored man aits residence
aid tailor shop, worth several hundred
dollars, was also destroyed Crawford &
Davis lost about $7oo worth of hay; no
insurance, W P. Mosley, cold drinks,
fruits rand ionlfeetionaries, no isnrrance,
saved nearly all of his stock. Thie build-
ing was owned by Mrs Whetstou, and
was nilnititredi John Chiisoinedea.,
,ruits antd confectionuaries, no insurance,
loss several huimlred dollars. J. G. Har-
rold, meat market and grocery store,
0rS3 f 1,50o) to $2,ooo; iinsuiraice $6oo.
This building was owned iy J. 11. Dell,
aitd was not insured. E. A. O'Neal,
groceries, damaged $150, covered by in-
surance. Mrs. W. i e Smith, damage to
godds hy removal. $ioo, covered by in-
su ranlce.
Besides the above namnied persons slight
losses .were suffered by J. II. Vidal,
grocer; a colored cleaner aund dyer named
Mustini, and the electric light, telephone
and gas couipanies-the companies by
the destruction of wires, pipes, etc.
.Some others probably suffered slight

of Newberry, were in the city on official
business yesterday.
Col.' W. W. Hampton has returned
from Pensacola and Tallahassee, where
he went on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moffatt anid daught-
er, of blicanopy, were in Gainesvifle Sat.
urday on a shopping expedition.
J. J] Jones, a wide-awake former citi.
zen of the Jonesville section. was trans-
acting business in the city Saturday.
On account of Sunday night's fire burn.
Jng wires, telephone communication was
cut off in East Oainesville yesterday.
Call and see us in our new quarters,
Johnson Brothers, druggisat, No. too,
corner West Main and West Liberty tita.
L. J. Ulyatt, of the United Btates land
office, left Sunday for Penscola, on btus-
iness before the United Stat"e court.

rss~arn unstrpansseuot o* nrm.bt
arsHity, mn*4 tbe, mwe as

Mrs. M. A. ',asterlin, proprietress ofr 013* .i .-i :- *..v. o *4.F Fcf**00 JC* *4ff'b4*tU
the Trstinont .hotel, visitd High Springs 9
Satordy r, turning the same afternoon; W '
Sgroceriesand vegetables Ie ave
Call, sei ul me )our oilers or 'phone for
whitt yoNu \\n t It. J. (...1larrold, 'Phone 1
No. 25, In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
MAiss Riuly lawkins, the popular teach i ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
erm ,t Kirk%\ol., 1was lit the city Saturi- Ci lr at o r
day on ieisc.s Wvithi Superinteni iollo- 1 Women and Children, at popular
way,. r d prices and ol the best makes.
Giddiuglgs' lHair G' owner does the work. ,
For byt D v r. S. 11. ctiddings, ;nineas.,
ville, Aidl the rostotlivce Dirug tore. High W e ca
Spriitgs, Flha. |
We lhavc not l)v% itilbe to keel)p illpwitt A attention
local happen igs t < v tished to dopit Particular attention to the Ladiesto
week, and h,,pe oui short comings will? "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
be excused. t" A ,- n' tn i
C ir>'~a" dn **A/W l/ lk r- rvmll

Af.txtract ct., theo Conlreseilonal
k Dretory .
Since .11.-i,. Robert Da., Dis Ims his -
nounced his candidacy for the office of
Governor, tihe following extract from the
Congressional l)irectory say be of inter-
est to soine.u of ur readers:
"Robert WV. Davis, Democrat, of l'a-
l:itka, was born iti. Lee county, Ga.,
March 15, 1849, and is the son of Rev.
Jesse M. Davis, a distinguished IBaptist
minister; was educated ini the commonly
schools of his native State; entered the
confederatee service at 14 years of age,
and surrendered with thile army of (lGen.
Joseph E. Johnston at the close of
the war; worked on a farm for sav-
eral years after lhe war; read law, and
was admitted to the bar at 20 years of
age; removed to Florida in 1879; was
elected to the legislature front Clay coun-
ty of the latter State in i'884; u.as elected
speake.- of the House of Representatives
at the session of 188); was allotted ft r
for Governor of Florida in the State con-
vention held in St Augustine in 1888,
and, though he had a large following,
failed to receive the nomination; wa's
made general attorney for the Florida
Southern Railroad Company in 1883,1,
which position he resigned when elected
to Congress; was elected to the Fift3-
fifth, Fitty sixth, and Fifty-seventh Con-
gresses and re elected to the Fifty-eighth
Congress without opposition."

A Distlngu8shed Visitor.
Ex-Governor ". P. Fleming of Jack-
sonville was a distlnguished visitor to the
city yesterday. lie was registered at the
Brown House last night, and there inet
inany friends who were pleased to see

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua nCounty;
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next l Diocratlc pritnary.
If elected, I prmnmise to discharge the
duties of the office to-the very best of my
ability, and I solicit the support of sl
voters at Ihe polls.
IW. C. lAGiMn..

Try Pagai's for best meats.
Steve Gillen was in the city Friday
from hlague.
Miss Clen lamipton visited friends at
Cedar Key Saturday.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's )ye Works. July 14, tf
James Chesnut, of Alachua, was in
Gainesville Saturday.
W. M. Adams was in the city Satur.
day front his Ihodne at Windsor.
Mrs. F,. BI. Godwin of High Springs,
was shopping in the city Friday,
Hon. 1). C. Mclntosh of Rex,. was a
business visitor to the city Saturday.
Prof J J. Godwit of Iex, was among
the Ibusiness visitors to the city Friday.
F. Marioni Ramsey, of Wacahioota, was
business visitor to the city Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Jackson has been the guest
of Mrs. S. ,L. Carter for the past few days.
J. A. Holloway, the piano and organ
man, made a business trip to Citra Fri-
Mayor ,J. II. Prator, 6f Micanopy, was
here yesterday attending court as a wit-
t. 1$, Waugh, forinerly of this city, but
now of Macon, Ga., spent Sunday int
this city.
James Holder and A. T. Kelley were in
the city Friday from their homes at Ro-
chelle. .
Dr. J. P. DePass, of Live Oak, was
shaking hands with Caineeville friends
Profs. J. II. Coffee, Waldo, and O. M.
Tillman, Rex, were visitors to the city
Saturday. .
Clerk of the Court W. T. Weeks, of
Starke, was a business visitor to Gaines-
vlle Saturday.
W. C. HlagUt, candidate for Sheritff,
was shaking hands with Gainesville
friends yesterday.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposeS 15 cta. a hundred or 25 for 5
cts., at TSlE St'AM officer
Fabian Thomas, a prominent and pros.
perous citize'i of Windsor, is in the city
serving on the jury.
If you want money to buy or build a
home, py off mortgage, or contract for
proltable Investment see Ioyers.
Deputy Sheriffs Livingston and Wynn,

Your Chickens, EggKs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-

Highest Prices for Couln-
try Produce, and sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

Us when you want Sta.
pie and Fancy Groceries,
sGive uo a Trial.,
.GAIN5VILJl u. Oiev

We want yoU toi come anld look 1it our
neW- patterns, for in nom other way can onu
realize how. light the quality and how low
the price. .. C, SMl'lt.
Col. I'. V. wenss, who has been on the
iudi-posel list for somie time, went to
White Springs Satltrday for ii few days
lest aind recuperatioii.
FOkR SAl.lE. A hbvutiful sodii fount,
in perfect order, aitu very cheap Any
outie wishing a bargain sAounihd conic to
The itar Office and see tllis fount tf
Hon T. J. MeRne of li awthorn, passed
through the city a ifew days ago en route
home from points' where he hald been
traveling i tlie iintercst of tlhe conuti.r-
cial Iloust' lie so nbly represens,
If your hair is becomitnig thiu try Gid-
dingt UInparalleled lIur t Grower. For
sale ibv Ir. 8, It. H;idinga, Cninesville,
and the I'ostoflice Drug Store, High
Mris. C. A, Colclough and daughter,
Miss Lucdle, have returned froin New
York and other points eitst, where they
spent thle summer very pleasantly.
If it is job printing you want jist send
your orderto the itair, It will have
promlpt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
N Miss Jessie Call of Island Grove, is the
guest of Misses Maud and Jniutita Shttt.
Sheowill leave Saturday for Santa Fe,
where slie will teach school this winter.
Mring us your cotton, and price our
goods. It' you caiii io better elsewhere
than with us, no harm doi ee l ut give us
a trial. G, W. l'asterlint & Co., HIigh
springss I"la.
Clyde Carter, who is attending a l At-
lanta Medical College, came home SatAur-
day tnorning -to testify i thel Janckson.
York murder trial, but le ias returned
to Atlanita,
If you have a house, or rooim,or set ao
rools to rent, advetiste satse in Tli'h
Star. If you are tool bismy to cone to the
police just 'phone us the wording pf your
ad. Otr phonee is No. 86.
Dr. W. 11. Sibley hais frequent calla to
Walilo, lairbanks, andul other points out
of the city, all of which, together with
his splendid.. andl growing city practice,
goes to show that lie is a very popular
SI ave you tried Gsiddingi.' lair Grower?
Others have tried it and 1ronousnsced it
4good,. For sale at S. 11. tiddhtigs' Drug
Store, alinresville, and Posatoflic Drug
Store, lligh Springs
Capt. S. C. Tucker, formerly a popular
conductor on the G. & G. railroad, with
headquarters in this city, but now with
the S. A., L., with heiidiquarters in Jack.
sonville, spent Sunday and yesterday
with his fsmiily ill this-city.
Just received--a bcatitiful line of cut
class, the very thing for weddiliug aiidl
anniversary gifts. Vou will also hin ld
nice line of silverware and Jewelry ill our
jewelry department.
I,. C SMItn,
Mr. ind Mrs. Turner lBrewer, of Wuy-
cross, Ga., are guests of the latter's pat
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Moyerl,
this city. This popular couple have
litany frlends here amid they are always.
welcoipe guests in G(aineaville,
Capt. Jno. ii. Johnston, editor of the
Dade City Democrat, and a nentmber of
the Florida Legislature, arrived hii the
city Saturday to spend awhile with Mrs,
Johnston, who is one of the effclerit
teachersin the Gainlesville High School.
The regular meeting dlay of the County
Board of Public Instructiont, lihis been
postponed from the first Tuesday In No-
velber until the second Tuesday of the
same. This action was deemed advisable
because of the fact that State Superinten.
dent Sheats has ordered another teachers
examination, which will be .oni the first
Johisonot Irotners, drugglnts anI pMaIr-
mists, request their friendii, asul the puh-
lic in general to call on them n their
new qjiartter at No. loo, corner of West
Main and West Iiiberty street. Not only
Iuave we new quarters, hut our stock of
drugs toilet articles, etc., it also new aund
complete. dhi ]atrinis are invited to
conie to our new (quarters, raid muew cum-
tomers are solicited.

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S..______ Seems Only Alternative In Disogree. Alleged Prophet Elijah GOSts *6540s I
ment Between Russia and Japan. Inge Hot Water .In New yprk.
iPostrnaster- General Payne War Clouds Again Lower. Oreat Deordor at Metings..
Wields Decapitating Ax, A spocnial from Yokohama, Japan, A. 16W 'York dispatch says: Dr.
r. says: It is currently reported that ZDoWle ta&)ked"tor two hours Tuesday in
1, .. the cheek in tie igoti-latlons is dtle nigl1t before 4t great throng In Madi- tli
CLEARING OUT GRAFTERS to ihe Japanote diiii;and for equal rall- Gsarden, the -urden of hit th
way rights in Manchuria, btit it L be- talli;lbeing denunciation or tho clergy by
Ld Ileved that a more serious diflepity .and.the press. ov
Bristow's Report Leads to charge xis. When lie began the garden waa do
of Additional Quartet of Post- Theo fooling of pO9Ia-p Unrest Is crowded, and the police nay six thou- by
office Employes-Payne Ex. growing. The asha Of 0( 4tb anhounc- and people who could not gain en- in
plains H Action. i, Thursday tha i preliminary nobl.- TI poe
Splains HIS Action. iallon order tq p4 t elissued to the trance were turned aray. In half an co
'hrt enth arst~ tL vionl Thoughed tho hour, however, the crowd began to c
'A Washington spe( ld says; Post I ielly: ed, Te co surge out, and then the police refused
master General Payne. \Velncslay re- ces with mch pn prarations to admit an late covers, saying they b
| moved from offlre Mih.hnl W. Loul., against contingencies. [t wa with some difficulty that any ir
S uperlntendeoni of 1he bitllpliCS of the Thirteen vessels of the, Japanese smbl ance of order was kept, The
postoffice department; Louls Kemp- equadrQob re engag,'d in gun practice speaker was repeatedly Interrupted W
ner, chief of the reglItry division of. off :.asacho,' ml:.s teom Nagasaki. with Flsses and shouts of diAapproval. K
the third assistant p nsr generate frm Tl lr egra Carrie Nation, who occupied a seat g
| the Chir assitnt p, nsor garer- Company, from Todo,, received In L near he front, ased "Elijah" to an- wq
al's office, and C. B Terry, a $900 (Ion Thurmla3, riays: ewer sBome questions,. le refused and
clerk In the postoffitc department, and "it Is salId that another conforepes ordered her to sit down. She per- in,
directed the postmaster at New Yorck of the ehltdr ti:,wmen will be con- ssltod and the police were called upon w
to remove o Wl a rk. vaned tomorrow when decisions hay- to put her out. p
S to remove Otto Wels a lark. Ing Important ,haringe on the future Dowle attacked the Rev. Dr. P. S. t
These removals art he firs'. result opurse of events are expected, at. Henson, the Rev. Dr. Parkhurst, J. P. a
S ot Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen- though there is no fear of an Immoll- Morgan and others, and announced p
eral Bristow's report on the irregu- ate rupliroe. In the meanwhile pre. that hereafter e proposed to hkep
S arltles In the postofflee department. cautionary ipreparallons are progress the newspaper raportern, out of his on
Informat-ion of 'the coulemplated dia. Ing. meetings, a
Charges did not leak out at the depart- "It Is reported from Peklth that M. The Rev. Dr. Charles II. ParkhurBt tl
mot until after 4 o'clock, and at 4:30 Lessar, the Russian minister, has ad- earlier in the ti5y asent the following c
'the postmaster general maae. an offi dressed a long not, to Prince Chin", open letter to Mr. Dowie: w
c al' announcement of his action, as head of the Chiner' foreign office, ayv- "I do not want to be presuming, n
Sfollows: Ing that Jatpan's Interferenc' In thi but doubt If It ia any more presump- c
'... "fhael W. Louis has been romov- Manchurian qusntiou will romppl Itus- tive In me to come and try to clarify t]
;'4 from the office of superintendent or sia to adopt final niai-L'nmi and hr-ad you than It Is for you to come and try c
S', division of supplies because the ending China with evurer ptuiillmtnl'iit to clarify New York; and I don't know t
,recent Investigation shows rhat, he In- If sho slhinl wijli Japian. This action, which of us has taken the heavier con- h
fluenced the awarding of contracts for while tle n.-gotlatluiii are pending tract. I attended your service at Mad.
supplies to favored bidders; that he has caused delop uinmrage." lon Square Garden last evening, ani o
l as been extravagant and wasteful In A roquehi of tlhe Assoclated Presot at [ went determined to enjoy it If I
the administration of bhi office, and St. IPciersburg tor & statement from could and to be benefited by It and to d
that ho has paid excessive prices for the foreign otico Indicating Aliesia's go away and refute some of the |
s, Supplies to favored contractors, position in eonnectlon with the F'nr charges that I had heard allegeol
"Loul Kempner, superintendent tof Eastern qualUion elicited only the sig- against you. ButL it was of no use; ,
Sthe registry systems, has been removed nificant reading of a loss reassuring your behavior on the platform crushed i
Sfor competent and negligent admin dispatch from Toldo. The St. Peters. every throb of sympathy I had withll s
,f',. Iet.Atlon, for wasteful and reckless burg newEpapers say the Russian you. I never hard fr9m a public
eI ttaagance in sending expensl/e squadron consists of fifty-four wa-' speaker such a discharge of efferve-- (
a,.fl id,tllr station books to a largo ships, including six battle snips, eight cent wrath and coario invective. I
i' bSr Of tOtth-class postoffices and firsl-class and five second-class cruias went to hear you preach the gospel 1
..;t(.folatt^g the revenue laws by a err, seven seagoing gunboats, two tot- and you preached Dowlo, Zion City,
'" 7 m -of petty smuggling. podo cruisers, two Lorpodo fransports 'tilnkpot.'
P d' d, B. Terry, a clerk In the division and twenty-four torpedo boat destroy. "I wae ashaiued of you and almost
'pl supplies, has been removed for era, having an aggregate of 750, off. ashamed to be in your audience. It
.i"maklng also affidavits; attempted to cers and 13,200 meon. There are now was a long way below the standard
.obtadlt money from clerks under the on the way to the Far East two battle even of the '-ircuses that I have at.
Suise thbt he could influence their pro shlps, threo flrst-claas crunisrs and tended In the same garden. The only s
mo lon, and general Inefficiency." eleven torpieldo heats of varlout6 classes consolat.lon I could dorlvo was that It
he POstmaster general also stated with 164 officers and 3,2t4 men. was so abominable and so far beyond a
that the postmaster at New York had A dispatch from Berlin says: It has the hounds of the respectable that i
Sbe~a dirCt6ed to remove Otto Wols, been annoonceil that tilio Russlan vice- even those In your congregation who I
a dlerk ld the New York postoffice, roy of the For Enit. Admiral Alexleff, (ldid not know what Christianity Is
f-, or collecting money from clorihs to In is oppoFsd to thie phoning of the Man- would have no idea that it had any-
Sflueipee legislation and to procure pro- churlan towns io foreign irado. This thing to do with what you were say-
o. motions. has Exit<'ltl mn Hurlrp;o in Germany. Ing. Of course, the rhlicuinueness of
Dueo to Bristow Report. The tliowny of conmmerco 4Itween llsq the performance was only enhance. l
." In reply to questions Mr. Payne said Unittd SHtates nm(, C(hina recently by the immensity of your pretend Ions.
the-discharges were the result of dies signed at Shanghal provides that suit. you aimed to he ony n ordinary
e flodlures made by the Bristow report. able conctusilon b1) given at Moulden mo tereith h yo all iope 'r
I have read the report," he said, and An-Tung for the residence of for. ybo,' bit. the wrabblo' is dlscrlmlinating
S"and am free to say that my action cigner eindl for their commerce. Rus-. nd can dithrimnate as keenly as the
toofky was the result of its perusal." ela"s latest proposals o China, whelh koonest between a prophet and a jug-
Ito -deoflned to say whether there embody Viceroy Alexioff's polIcy, Stlp. gler and a mountehank.
'OIld4 be other removals as a result ulato that such concessions be given "I say this In no spirit of anger, but
of the report. only to Russians. either your hend Is twisled or your
S 'erry sl from Indiana. He was a --- heart sla infected, or you have blunder
".. ttporary clerk In the postoffico do. DOWIEITES TIRE OF GOTHAM. ed badly in your mothols. You cannot
f'tatment and was afterwards remov- bully people Into Zionism. nor black-
d4, e made charges that hb had bean ."Elijah" Warne Againt Kissing-Many guard them Into the kingdom of hear-
discharged from his position by John Bogus Checks Received. on. I hope yott will ilke this in the
S M. Masten, then chief clerk of The Two hutrdredl of tlh tollhwors l kindly spirit in whilcl it sla offered."
rst assistant postmaster general, but John Alexander Dowlo Imlleafedl (hat
1 OW assistant superintendent of the they were third of lio work of reform WOMAN TO PRISON FARM.
'.' railway mall sorvlco, because he had In5 Now York 03ty and wntloid to re --
refused to give money to Masten for turn to Zion City when the "general Mrs. Wood, Who shot Husband, Is
'- his retention, and the presllent direct, overseer" Invited ill who wantil Olven a Two-Year Sentence.
r,' ed his reinstatement. It is undorstoed give p ihe work anl give other ath rcommndaion of h
that tho Investigation failed to sub. chance to take it utip to steop forward I Egnoring tho recommondatlon of the
s, tantlate Terry's charges and his per- at the enrly meeting In Mdlisun lury. Juidge Roan, In the criminal dl-
;,.manent removal Is the result of that square garrdien Thursday morning, vision of the superior court, at Atlan-
f. ure. Dowlie at lihat moving said hlie ta, Ga., 'rTuosdiay morning, sentenced
U'' oth Louis and'Kotypner have booeen should endeavor to convert Ilth pope. Mrs. W. J. Wood, whoi was last week i
Ia lhe'nostal service for somo years. He added flia hia hlind r,1elvld lmanoy convicted of assault with Intent ts
(I,, bogits cheeks since c(mioing to Now murder upon her husband, to twi,
*I HAYWOOD CASE A HOBBY. York, but thalit other hnd been geeo-. years on the prison farm, at Milledge.-
.. ..____ "There Is Hn need foi' follnwers 'n vlyle. The Jury recommended that
.:, Noth Oarollna Papers Suggest a Radi- rush back to 'ton." snld he, "because tho woman be punished as for a mnits-
iisi: lp Change In the Law. of those suits by merchants of Cli.t- demonnor, but the two-year seiitenca.
ort Caon "p a t cago. They nre ngninaLet me personally makes the punishment as that of a
S North Carolina paper are taking and not against Zion." felony. In passing sentence, the judge
S up the result of the Haywood murder Turning' his attention, to kislnp., said that Mrs. Wood would be infinite-
trIal at Raleigh to an extent never be. Dowlo said people should be car-ofuil of ly better off willth a two-year sentence
f". Sore heard of, and there is a general their kisses and use them carefully in at. the prison farm than she would be
dilsand that the law regarding such the family. with a misdemeanor or asntence to
', trials shall be modified so as to equal- "Why, my r.on Gladstone never kl one of the misdemeanor convict camps.
,is, l tho number of challanigs and to ad n womnn outsldo the family," he of the state, where no provision is

Sglife the state the right or appeal. said. made for the care of women.


Blihop Qilor 'uggei that co People of Greenwood South Carol, Worked Thirty-Two Years as Farm
S plant Become independent. Honor Confederate Dead, Hand and -Saves Up $5,200.
.u" At Jnraday's session of the Pan. Greenwood, South Carollnn, Tli.es. Patrick Mahaney, of Derby, Conn.,
American conference of hiihops ait da saiafternoon, id Irlihut to ihe Con. hs called from New York to his oil
Wshington, Rt. Rev. Fanti (alittli
the bishop of Tenncssee. anv.artd federate dead when tli haildsonm iheomb In Ireland with $5.200, represent-
- the bishop of Tennessee, advo ared t d t Ing the onvings of 32 years as a rararm
S the development of the I,.l.it'.l shaft comnmomnratlng tho u'nlhr of toh ing the savings of 32 ynars as a farm
the d'el opment ofthae shaft bcommmorang fleoot if hand. Ills wages generally were $12
Church In the United States aleng ua- heroes-thoqe who Woro thet-gray adl
tonal lines with a view to the cr,' .t the devoted Women wls'stAood by them a month and board. In the 32 yearn
tie hal but three employers and tooik
church. lie was opposed to the lin t1e dark days-was unvell with only sx dhys off. lls exponditures
capal church helIg called a branch -.f imposing ceromonles. amounted to $44.90, an average of less
the ohtrch of "..gland, nnd also to tho The handsome shaft of granite anti than 12 cents a month. Mahaney said
|,:'-' Inhbuction of Englisi forms nd cui- marble adorlns the grassy plot In front he had enough to live on comfortably
19i. tO i nto the American thi'c-h, of the courthouse. and would flerer work again.

S Make Rd on Town and ie ter the New All Others of Crew of Un"ortunate
Make i o Sladghtor S n/oe,-a Pecpie. a ait ,d Qoft"c B tar t the Neo Vessel Found Watery Graves.
News has been rlceive-,l in 1M.inlli' P4ident of SanntO Domingo. i On the schOoner John K Kirkmnn.
that a band of Laidn:t. it,,i Ith.' A special from San Domingo, Reiptsii which arrived at Newport 'News, Van
town of Iriga, in the' prone, .1 ,\ :.1 i lie of Santo Domlngo, says: Uitlle- Thiursday, were -Two seamen of the
"- hbo& OsmarlInosn,as nIn khillel I '. States Min'lter Powell has delivere.- crew of the Gloucest.'r fishing sct.ioon
W .l'f-e 1d4 .eunle of the preshliinit,. 'It at the national palace an autograph er J. T. Williams, which w.-at to
,i, throe volunteers BHefora retiring ': letter from Prealdent RDo ,"elt' con pieces on a reef off Cape Codl lIght Itl
captured nine g4tlis. Th'e lcider iff i.r graltilatin General Woe y dil upon the storm a week ago. They nre prob-
S.Ladrones was-ilhted, Ttu pror3l.'':' hlil election as condtltutional preal. ably the only survivor, of the four
says that h5 was boirayg by ti:e dlent of the republic. teen men on board when the schnoni.'r
Mudsey. .struck.

nf to Temporarily Close Up Young Wentz Is Said to Be Eluding Blayer of Atlanta Policeman Sentenced
leg at Lexington, Va. His Erstwhile Sifeetheart. to Hang on November 13.
por ha& broken out at the J. s. Wittz, te.' Phl' ldelphla mil in the g Ilipior court at Atlania
tary instItute-. lvxington flonalre, whose eoh a'eteriously dia- Tuesday Jo'." .arria, the negro whl>
V having leon reports I appeared from Valley 'Views Va., has u Drasbat~h. was
t, ~ tf h alt ls. T .e arrived at. Big SteO Gap. Vp., at the pr l o1t n e an, .
.ed to WEast.s. h.oa4 of a band Of. n etrll-. ,t'rtenda eod on. tl. l-.. 4 lovembhiatr 13e P
hesro a o f tut h young Ivan. hat he te led to be. .lod N 4ov oam batr 13.
There was ar4re.. re withi' 1 brief '
:,the pro M ....
^^ ^young "^sr~sq 4udx Ai


nzierase Iai'eling Crane Collapsen P
U lon rldge Workers at Pitts-
buig, Causing peadly Horror.

By the breaking of the ropes carry. .
ig five beams to their positlqn, .let- .I
ng the tons of Iron fall upon the
ovable crane at the Pittlburg end of
Q new Wqbash bridge being built o
the American Bridge Company c
ser the MOnogahela river, almost a
z.en workmen were hurled to death e
y a fall of more than 100 feet, strik. i
ig the "Water and two barges be- t
oath. .Ten of the dead have been re.
covered. Five are seriously Injureld.
several bodies are yet pinned under t
he wreclc-i barge, The part of thea
ridge extending out over the river
omn the VWater street side Is a to-
il wreck,
The dead are: W, J. McCloud, Geo.
Wells, 0. W. Keitlinger, William 1
Compton, C L. Fleming, Fred Sallin-
or, 'rank Dalby, J. Campbell, E.I-
rard Morris, James Simmou4.
The accidetit was caused I-y the giv-
ag away of a 2-inch steel cable, whi"hI
ras used as one of the guys to sup-
?ort the big crane. This cable was '
heated to bear a strain of 1tOO ton-i,
nd ; Is sala that it did not break, bitt
)ulled loose from its fastenings,
There were thirty-four men at work
n the superstructure of the bridge
nd In the barge below, from whicIh
he beams were being hoisted by the
rane, 175 feet above the river level,
Nhen the beams coi)apsel. Of the
iten who Wore In the barge some e'-.
,aped with their lives by jumping In'o
he river tC.m moment they hetrd the
*rash above. Some of the men onil
he superst-ucture who were engaged
n riveting and handling the bars tlia.
were lifted from the barge also got
Dff uninjured.
Thouseanis visited the scene of tbh
disaster during the mo-itng, and at
unch time the wharf was crowd.?d
with men, vcmen and children. They
watched the workmen on the sunken
barges with Intensi Interest and
sought very point of vantage from
wlich they could got a view. It will
akeo some time to clear away tho
wreckage and recover the missing


Strenuous New Yorkers Too Much for
Alleged "Elijah the Second."
When John A. Dowle opened his
second night's meeting in Aladison
Square Garden, New York, lie faced
an immense throng; when he rclosedl
It his audience had dwindled to only
a few hundred persons besides his own
"bhot" he brought with him from the
west. He fretled, fumed, threatened,
cajoled and finally resorted to the uee
of epithets, his hearers meanwhile
leaving the meeting, several hundred
together, drowning the sound of his
He had announcod that at Monday'
night's meeting he would tell how It
was revealed to him that ho was "Ell-
jah." atd riso that he would have
something to say to the newspapers
nnd their reporters. Ills talk, whicl..
was Intorspore'sd with several hymns,
at times when the tramp of those leav-
Ing the hall was more than his vole-o
cold overcome, wan devoted chiefly to
denuncial.ton of tobacco smokers, Il.-
unr drinkers and nowspapor men, nil
of whom he classed as "dirty dogs"
and "dirty 'birds."
Several tinmo the andlenc^e hlssedl
Mr. Dowle. After ono such demonstira.-
(ion he shouted:
"We como here and wo get your
lmpudenco, I uit I will get your heionrts
and then I v.lll geo your pocket bouis.
"Thoro Is nothing so Joyful a
spending money for the Lord." hlie ortn
Ilnued. "They eay I came to New
York for money. I don't deny the soft


Band In San Jean, Porto Rico, Cor-
raled by Grand Jury.
"Phe federal grnnd jury at San June.,
P. R., has fo:i.nd-n Intdllctment agninsrt
Collector of C'liusteis Alonzo Crumnen,
for having resolved unlanwful omnolu I.
ments for mnugglel goods, and It hnt
Indicted Caplnin Andirow Dunlap, IT.
S. N., commandant of Ihe naval st-
tion, and Robert Gilios, a former
contractor In Porto Rico, for smug-


survivorss" Association Will Meet in
Augusta. Ga., During State Con-

federate Reunibon.
The railroads will furnish trip tick-
etas at one cent pr mile from all
points in Georgia. lodging and board
will bo furnished at from one lo thr.?o
dollars per day. Tho city ot Augusta
will lurnlsh food and lodging for all
who are unable to pay.
The reunion occur. on the 10th. llth
and 12th of November nad the brigade
meeting will occur on the llth-soc.
ond day-at. 2:30 p. m.. Inqttrte at Di-
vision headquarters.


Hon. Henry L. Mitchell Passes Away
at His Home In Tampa.
Ex-Governor Henry I.. ,MItchell, of
Mlorida. died at his home In Tantir
list Wednesday of general debility. lU
was 69 years old and bhi health hadi
boen failing a year. He wan circuit
jiudge from 1877 to 1888 and from
1888 to 1890 was justice of the so.
prome court of the' state. He was
governor from 1893 to 1897.


'hse National of Allegher.y at Pitte.
burg, Pa., Forced to Liquidate.
Following the suspenalon Wefdnea
day of tbohe Federal National bank Wl
Pittsburg. Pa., the First National bank
of Allegheay. failed to open its doo.-e
for business. Thursday and Its direct
tors have notified the comptroller cl
,th currency that the tMatitittqta has
Slnto yolutir 4U Qia4uttw pi'd. re-


resident leesi Pr0llmatlon fpr Coi *
v6ning of .Nation'* (.MWalwakere at -
Noon di Novemtw Ninth Next. ,

Pr'"edent ROosevelt, Tuesday, Is-
ued the following proclamaLon:
Whereas, by the -resolution of the
senate of March 19, 1903, the approval
A congress of the reciprocal commer-
lai convention between the U'ilip.
States and the republic of Cuba, sign-
id at Havana on December -11, 1902,
n necessary before the said conven-
oen shall take effect;
And, whereas, it is Important to the
public interests of the United StateS
hat the said convention become oper
native as early as may be,
Now, therefore, [1 Theodore Roose-
Velt, president, of the United States of
Amercleca, by tJrtue of the power vest.
ed In me by the constitution, do here-
by proclaim and declare that an ex-
traordinary occasion requires the con-
vexing of both houses of the congress
of tho United States at thoir respec-
tive chambers Int tho city ox Washing-
ton on the 9th day of Novwnbor next.
at 12 o'clock, noon, to the end that
they may consider and determine
whether the approval of the congress
shall be given to the said convention.
All persons entitled to act as mem-
bers of the fifty-eighth congress are
required to take notice of ibis procla-
Given under my hand and the seal
of the United States at Washington,
the 20th day of October, in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hun-
dred and three, and of thue independ-
ence of the United States the one hun-
dred and twenty-Oilghth.
By the President.
JOHN HAY, Secretary of State.


Through Verdict' of the Alaskan
Boundary Cornm/isilon.
The award of the Alaskan commis-
sion carrnis the following decisions:
The' mountain line adopted as the
boundary between the United States
and Canada gives the United States
substantially all territory In dispute.
The line completely clears all bays
and the means of access to he soea.
The United States gains a land barst
rler between Canada anil the sea from
Portland canal to Mount St. Ellas,
The Ilnited Rtates lu given islands
of Kannaglihinul and Sitklan, which
commands entrance to PorMland cha',-
nel, and the ocean passage to Port
The Portland canal la given uncon-
ditionally to Canada.
Pearso and Albert Islands are allot
ted to Itho Dominion.
bleasrs. Jett and Aylesworth. the '.a
nnadian commissioners. In a statement
of their reasons for refusing to sign
the record say they consider the- find
Ing of the tribunal regarding the I.,
lands of entrance of Portland channel
and the mountain ufne is not a judi.-lal
one. They add:
'"We urged our vie-ws as tFrongly .is
We were able, but we have been conm.
polled to witness the sacrifice of 11.c
Interests of Canada. We were power
less to prevent itfoughi satisfled that
the course which the majority was ,id
termined to pursue la: re Scirt to the
matters above specially refrrei-l to
Ignored the (-itt rights of (anada.
According to a London upecrial in
consequence of the attitude maintnin-
ed by the Canadian commlssmi-n-'r-.
Lord Chief Alverstonp dorelldcj Tuns.
day morning not to hold the proposed
public meeting of the Alaskan hound
ary commiselon, but to hanl Ira idlecl-
Ion to Messrs. Foster awld Slftes, re.
spective agents of' tie Amerlcan andl
Canadian governments.
The 'Caniadian comnnistioinrs I1O0
oqly declined to sign tie award, htel
said they would publicly willlitai -
from the cmiennlsrsloe. Tlir'hy, a-. weli]
as the Cantdlins conneit,-ed with Ithne
case,. are very bitter Teloegrancs from
Premier Lacrit'r and othlr' promiincnt
persons In Canada show that this son
timent Is shared gete'ra!ly throughout
the dominion.


Another Alleged Postoffice Grafter Ar-
raigned In Washington Cuurt.,
Leopold .T Stern, the posatujfdice on-
tractor arrnesrc-ild in Toronto under wais
warrants charging false pretense tin
tbe supply to the government of satch-
eta for e'eiral tree dellvwry carrlors,
Wa given a poiltinary hearing In the
dlstrlet supreme court t at Washlngtton
Tuiesiny. Stcrn pIluadid not guilty.


Durham Coal and Coke Company the
Losers-No Casualties Resulted.
News was corolvedI Wednesday at
the office of tho Georgla prison conm-
mission of the destirneclon by fire of
all tbe buildings within the penite p-
tlary stockade at tite camp of the Diir
'ham Coal and Coke Company, et Pi|ts-
burg. in Walker cotiniy.
The meml'nhurs of theP commission.
however trn gratified to loa.rtt iat
no one was injiired. artidl not one of thi
433 rconviis iemplo3ed at this anrnp


Liemer Looted the Princeton Bank *o
the Tune of Sixty-Nine Thousand
J H. Llemcr, cashier of the Prince
ton state bnnk at Princefon, Wis.. has
been arrested rnd taken to Dartford,
whire he Is now la jail. State Bank
Examiner Marcus B:-rgh, Te'dIny
night. stated that Liewner had confes-
ed that thq forgeries mounted to

Gunboats Are Ready.
The Tien Tain correspondent of The
L.ohdon Stanlard says that there?
American. Russian and BrItisA gun
boats are preparing to go into winter
quarters at Noe Chwang. Similar
preparatlQns on the part 1f Japausu
gunsboats *ere ,htoliledby telegraphj
-.; m .r. ,f10,

'i1 1 # rTY _umT 1ftot People of Do0minion of Caa..

Brif.Summary of Mot da Talk of Annexation.
Important Events
of Each Day.
-Silas Huiln was chief wlness in AWARD CAUSES A KICK
the habeas corpus proetedlng of Cla" ----
epce Peak at Knoxville, 'Tenn., Peak
being under eoghte-n earo sentence Rathcr Than See Their Coentry Gob-
for killing Hulin. Court holds that bled Piecemeal, Many ofThem
Hulln is dead to all intents and pur- Say They Would Rather Join
poses. With Uncle Sam;
-Two survivors of the schooner .1.
T. Williams arrived. at Newvort News. News comes from Vancover, D. C.,
Va., Thursday. Out of lourteein tien No e .
on bhaard those two wel' o 'saved. Tie to the effect that local feaEng Is very
vessel was untk during last Friday's bitter ovr the award of t'e "Alaskan
sti am. boundary commlsslold.
-Felix Hall, niegro. was hanged at Thliore Isa nuch talk of annexation
Birminghlam, Ala, Thursla3o. On the and tf Canada becoming indopendenw,
first drop thIe t-irop slippil andi the
an was drop were r d hanged again. tusineas men being generally much
-Uman wa lon weia uchlit.i tn lI.odalo diiaistd at what they pronounce
Tenn.. shops of fit, oti liern rail wty itrl.ith .1ii .-g'aI'rd of Canadian inter-
quit work berawe n- ont union nien werl L '- tsIo il-. the Uniuted states. It
aitowedito in n mat l I n I a matter of commnint that among
allowed to dismantlh e lgin't'.'. ithe- dI ontittted, are 1dngitBhmen re-
-Te Sutlle. rn Alat.ha irildii il'gmpanz.i s hitting in Vancouver. Mauin of thoso sty
at Maotile. Alal. hs l-ln rrganiz l-CanadaI will never achieve h-er great-
with a capital of $1e.il". est posslbllltl j, until she becomes a
-Monument to ithl on',derate deadl part of the United Statas.
was unrelli-d at ,;t',.,- w< id, -. *J The Rev Elliott S. towe, the lea-1-
Thursday. Ing ntlnkliter of British Columbia, who,
Following ill.. stsp(nsion ll of F'L-,. with C'lief Jutil'Ce -liH uter, constitute
eral National 1 1ank. I'ltihibtg. I'a.., t11 n 0 t i labor common mission which sat this
First National haink f 1.l',I- n fail- -i.ininTLer, in an interview sald:
oil 10) o1) n II. le I,,- er Il-lIie'.'S I nt a BrIllzhL-r and have aiwav'
Thuridany. b'-en at Iritlnher. but if Great Britain
-Adilre'e ing tin iu int Anetirle-au con. Is to Ihand Canada 9yver piece meal to
fer nc(' orf I he ip tie,,It ) L;aill r sua. the f lrnitrlI Stales, I say let us join thie
the hictipal cimr t1le i -,hIt ld tliau .;e Arnericani rieptlie also. By doing so
its uanme, .eltei, An',l intis anl boe- now, w e are large enough, populous
coniP aan APrklan ,rlirb rooutgeh and Imtportant enough to havo
-Ste ailn g f tht race iprl, ilin be. si nothing to say regarding the terms
f 8re ai ,ng o hrh. race a o,.le 01 osuch annexation, and also would lie

Dr. (1nithla d-,ltreni that .tlC .soult l)otent enotighl to have something to
doe rved grsai t et'.lit lfut r c tt at it hail ',a in ilth affrolra of the republlic orf
donerved gr it I whlch '- t we ,lid form a part. But if
do-hil for h gr n e.lof we wa ituntil our best and richest ter-
lrou l o n, ns r.- I. inior Toit r, ol J ritry is given aw3y we s nll simply
sDroan klatin (' s t .len le %i r whi'pe' I anI- be absorbed. If looks to ) oe as If Can-
aada had won the case and los t.he te
ilrenthedi by til- ,I i l\ r if" sprinkling ri liry."
cart sMayor Neel;.nds, of Vancouver,
-tinleilt i at i Mi ll(t,.-r i% we'll has t1hintks hat tho Alasitan award may
deliiteeil io thie t n ily <-.l- denim of San ntinl.n,, a ti'r aSe' ,,i f aR an independent natTon.
cong rait itilt n it n t [r<,i lct ie o senate Questioned.

T h I ', e i ln. ,I .,e nii. ile e igng In the A special froni Ottaw Ontario,
F Tr n -e I e- '- n blr t) l we- qaas: In the senate, nt T hutirsday'
Far anl.::s .,r i t] p. \ .r li c 'cn fi r ll N Mackeenzie Bowrll, leader
Japan annl t It:: ta -. li ul, l I ofl h ,, h- p ititlon. ashloi for inforna-
o- Chtfl. ll1-. l J ml i lson., -I i, rn ( i-rtnitng the Alar-ka boundary
for $2 11.ilt l 1rteit ii, et h t i lttuelr s tar i
Mexicor 2 ot, foi the government, re-
Mxco I l.i Ihit the most Important reason
-The' A.l:. aln I .,ti.'ilsaiy el Ishel v. hv, y phi, ,Canaiinn commissioners did
hts lien Trnir ii t iiu I,1'i r i i ,'i iui hiin In i ,' ; oleti;le\ei cf tho award was that it
the Can( adiai n h na. in' v-.3I t,t a jr Vtji'al dc islion. Lord Al-
-Thi. e ientefled('rat.r s.-.rrinc of MNld- er, -'..,i(i, Ihatd. in th3 first Instance.
con. (u;n.. atn r ier intiig t> ) -"xi 11 a ,;. I hhat th1o ccni-r of the Portland
wnrmt welioniit- ti nl \.-'l'i ns whe li l ic a] .hloutlI forui the boundary lines.
telndl ihr tstaite air in tilia tity. -, f,,tir islandR r shotld have gone
--lrown. ih,' N a i. O'irl. in. cottOl in -ill tr 1110e on' counL'ry or the other,
king, In a siatiiiini,. il.( lares that diliendlning n tll positIon of the lino
if-ie'hli nt lovon y wisl used l ii make hl- thli-utn gli Ihe 'lortlaindl .ch nnizel, cons--
fa.mous -(o)rer ane thilt i a will r'e-sult qcuentl' L.ordi Alversione dellected the
In at p>-rrnt -ni ni lily ihur iprh for the line so as to hlirow two of the Islandi-
flet( y 1sta1le. lihto thei Uneioil St.ates anil two into
-The. stiluing employe.i i-f the Pa. Canadn, that Is Wales aid Pearse Is-
iefle Expri.-s ('iCmpany hbtobe .ien ir lands went to Canada and the two
Joilnedl irt Int rfering wtlhi thie corn- mall-r io the united S'lalos.
pnys i5 l pc y 0(,"r l .itlI y.'. Sir Mackenzie; Bowecll said It was
-',n|. l,_ho y, ng 1hilalnfolphi i nf ttlinale that In every case wh-nt
mIlltnalro.I, lwho dila rppeonrel in -aleI.- t -.oeititons havo taken place b twi- n
rie T'ennOnc- b:, Is L.till mnis.ing. Tht.) tIl l't nnit f ll SIta ir se l E glannd, whet.'
rcu\nrdl for him l has been Inncrenased a )Canada wtE s ffoectl-, (ho Unit .I
Rin ites liploinait.s had sniecedided itn ce
erirng islands whleh command mo st
ohn \llia s. esi- e f 1t inmpert antl p,,) nfci of the dominion
mL ir.anr of Mr<. KIlthi I.. mi it i Ti t h war thr island right opposhio
LJoll.. ]Athng lenl.nim l in l .. 11 t iIl- li'. lherr rt If >ort Arlthur. In cas" of
jil A Ieilincg -e-r It. J ail I. lifIloutly.he he said. that Island wol l
fire nd i l ti c ltrite, ,I n-. i, e r ,, e S, -rired by Ihe British pe.-
liamns i think an r> ,ee,,. n.>< I' n;; '. fr. iortlfled,. t would command
-maoleo tin1li tm e leIhntranlce I that harbor. Tinletts
Prophet [l.',' hl ii Ii., nIt ,nI' -r eitu was doile the UnIted states rcottuld
m',oililgs In N,..w Yerh ?,itl;y :te' sena'-r.- II, and with the gens they hl \,'
beesiami nhg-r.'e I .,ti :ii;,i. nil.ny l,'.i nf of it rei' nt. uou l bh r abhle to destruv
(.r sailsfytine th. Ir cit t it ni. 1 Is iii li eie whole connection between en.t
personal atii-l-arant TIl. hl him to arid west it wvas the v-me with tih
announce. thai Ii 'a nflt nilnttiI i land of San Juan, another secured b:.
a ittffalo /1:,1 sl}ou Ira ,y negnIl ionl .
-Ai)ott twilvI e tilie iand sohllers "Nnw sadl Sir Mackenzie. "thi.
are in camnp at FoI lillhe. Kans., eo liTnilil States ,ill command Fort
take part in thi,. Intid ,.-i'. j Sinpa. In every case Canadian int
-Cananlian papers, coint ntin rg ce f torest wore sacrifiCced."
tiho Alaskan bonintlary e,, that it is a rttde blow ni Imprelallsmn ion would create as :nuch dissatlsfac-
la Canada, and that Chanteilirlanlr gave flon In Panadla as thero was In illo
It to Canada "in the ncki." Tranevantl and Ireland.

--It is repuori .I that inil i ti-tr ?.Ir :.
Dno tlil. otr ( c,'nt Itritai:, weill ar m ,
modiateir Letworen Japan andl Itt..-,i
and try to prevent any furin l-r ir'ent l.r
between them
-The mixoil i ommIlsqhl w irlteh I;ii
been hearing Spmnish clhi-ntm, iagtnnsiht
Venezitla hlas madii, l aHwar-l an I
( losepll its seoHsioll
---Two hundroi and flfty ll,as ontt
at TeurFbiz. Peras. liy nn tenrthli|ale.
Thirteen villages 'ere d lstroyoel.
-Marconi sytstcm of telpgrplrhy has
been inangiirated in China
-SecTrtary asury SrIhawv wi'
dtilresee republican ruellngg In Kon.-
lucky and Iowa.


Millionaire to Scour Mountains in
Hunt for His Missing Son.
A special from Philadelphia says:
Dr. John S. Wentz. father of 'E. I.
Wentz. ge-ecral manager of the Vir.
11ini Coal arnd iron Company, who h.is
II 'slc-rloursl' disappeared, accompf-
nied by lhii; wifo and you .st son, h.i.
grnoe to Virginl'\ to aid 1i the seareli
for the oni.sing man.
wartr.ls offered by his brother ,f
S1,0,)0 for Ilhio discovery of tho mils-
Jng rsin allve and $5,000 for the recov-'
:ry orf his boey have kept 1,000 men

-.Governor i.selis. rof Al'-amtia. is bunsy In the search.
Rueo three i'rdons o0o trie'. nedI. Twr;
thad killed men for i'nptiuning ilie hin' THE ROPE FAILED TO HOLD,
or of th'ir \\l(.'s snndl nr.' as ua Vonllh -
charged agred i ,.mpr J rl> vrii l Negro Hanged Twice In Birmingham
lng. Before Life Was Extinct.
-The flve convi-cts n-hi )ir.at, d the Felix Hall, alias Henry Jr(-rkson,
mutiny In I.-avenworih prison habi colored, was hanged in the Jail yaJ'
been found gtiilty of muilter and glv.r in Birminglam Ala., Thursday at
life sentences. noon for the murder ot Norwood
-Theo own of Aberdeen. Wash.. wnt' C'lark, a young white man.
practically destroyed by fire Frihlaai Whet the drop fell the rope slippel.
afternoon. Four persons were htrne' ann the man breathed heavily for tIe
to death. The property loss Is place,: minutes. when he was bauled up asii
at $(,000.00tI, hanged a second time.
--Broad Street Methotltsi -hurc-h of'
Columbus, Ga., has ordered its men- EXPLOSION KILLS HALF DOZEN.
berp to pay or seek other if.lowship. -a .
Fifty delinquents have been r7iopi-.':d. Boiler of Locomotive Gives Way,
-Two prominent farmers of Ander.1 Wreaking Death and DestruCtion.
son county, South Carolina, and their Six persons were killed, and several
overseer have been arreste,I by Un[. injured Wednesday by th.e-.eOplosiho
ted States ofl,'ers on a peonage of the boiler of a West rgtia Cen-
charge. trali railroad freight locoadotve In the
-in Orangeburg county, South Car-'ds A .hlt .Elkin-. J' r
allnm A. C. Gunter, who was a witness 'Wr The huboled -t m .i Wrmen
against J. H. Tillman, cut the threat af res wore ips1t94 iorn up
otf a man flamed Busby, cutting out hits ensi tw9 'P*G

,- '


'I'" ,'er'j balde are wearyi
'. Vid tleain on hutr. Lr, rtit
.'. bE veo L5e Sc Lso
LOt, sb l. t 0h,1*11 rit!
iWOai inal auIn. wri
M a c e 'd w it h t l l i i i 1 1 .1 ,1 '

bft11ie s1 i tl ,ji'c ii. d
noi titut tnt-i j il'ci

h'2 hK o I cii" f rit".U ,
'j i5 i 3 i iit'" li r 'i ir lf ,n .
oI. rn'c ,I cc ictctc'um I' 'i 11J.
all f-d fui l. ,lii, rlrili 0i h13W.
W ith thcir c i' rk Ic i ,', i don, ,
t uh t o tjuy ici'" i ihil -11 i ,
ill titlr ti iii it Iuuc

tP7 .. ". '" '
"',,,-,.; ,, -. 2' ,b: i, '
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-i .-nnI

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Tlink hocw thc hi. Ille.lit
' l lic tl ii li 'i ,., i '
B iU111 Ih I ilt'11 i 11 I ci .w
%i h i M ir l,,.Ic ,l t.i rv.ot, l
i ll l l in'A .- .
Ii Icc-c 1'.,..I-c I tl ',c't tlt' -
lit "'t. i 'l. cc. ,l i d i h clcat'
'lNJlshr, licl-1c nros weary;
r'1il Uciori in Itemor reciat
1''" c, i lica1l, s.> fc''lrtl',
I 1i y tluV .' y ecirnad tt itr reEt I
(<->i I- U II IILz I|'r iher,
.' ti' li ic tii, ctcitcil,,t
ALI i c: f ,r 1 ;II..M
oI .i ) I littiHci 'cc IhlCLil !
(loud lcuu.ekeer'Ing.

The Footstep of Fear. i


It was.C lrthl e' ., rl 'oi T i i',1 ll Ili i cII t, l a It grtin ed
through 'whom Ir car ,t L I, l. I I, hi I.. li' ht ugliht of the cnned
life. Before Toni l.pa., o ,I tIi il 1 ,, 1 i I)'. t(I 111, l i cilil-
e enlnga R In lo I h,,n (.h r i ,.. I..,i _k. in -h ,,,i;'t1 e0'i'e i i'r TA te3
ne n the m ost c( nsc l1i, i,:iti- i ., iI i ll' l cc c n it'lliO utici t lrs.
W en she tluckeh the I 1 ,,.-, e., r- l tI 1 (h1e' l-scc' Iachl Into
h6r sm all charge at l. li, c:ul .a. i, i. ,..., f Il l.' l, w t ahe ntoiger
4ide i er un til tbc Ill tI' i- co II 11: h 1,. ,' I, ,1 I1 I : hl l t t i rhe
her talk had hcecn tli ,'1f tti l'l '. ,il. i j- ... I cc. i, t l llsl o' he
hawt.ho rn hedges, adi ih. pt it I i.i .c- I I i-c i ll. i'sy
aipd fields iIu ihi-h ci i i 1 .1 -I. Iti i i c i, .i i Ii l.ie diic i t ,rtd ll
cdhilt4 but w hen Tomi t .gii ci to iii t, iV.11 i i i :.l,c s a-i I tiC id
her below stai.lrs- to ci II i,| ,I lI i I ci, i ul c o er-ii e'--,'time
pany of Illen, th ly ci, i l i'er i 'c i I. ti m I o te li.
gte the blue-evey i,' i ut-, cl- :.i,- iii li. 'li. cI'i -I II -tr o kn i tha
had grown 'e 'S i i t icll'i I li ,c:tii ,I ,rI i I cte th. t-, ,, II ic h d wtrc'hec e
undressed the I 1i'frl ni-lt.i .. i .. 1 1 c-cc-. "' h ta clli Is It a
and even hut rr ,i t i' ch 'I c ., i i. ,I, I i." .i u: Il herself: lict
prayers. t W hen Ii. 1. 'i 1,, ,. h I i I i I'' i I i I IIIIcih t 'v-
she refuse idto i c .e it hI- [ .I i; 11- i hiu-i ii, 1 .-.i c-' rlim i l low t 'fast
alln wer to the c hil'; ,11 ,, ,. :i -,, iil with another les
sob sbhe paue ed in l, i ,ir a i, ,i -. i i li,,. ,, .i he i)ll room i,
out the gasg 0 I;' l cci-. ,l T! I I Il l ,,ci'icc .i g leg r i c o l) ttell.
smali pillow a ut ,,1s' i-.l 'I, i I ,. h r light it t6lipped
eyes that stared n t ItI r it i i ., ,,' ,,i. \\ is i lpen, atid it
light. Her voio i i, I ilc-1F%%i ,,I ,;i,' 0, i,, u i IO V-cy close tIo
as she openedtI i'' ,1uc,0.r it- ti c I ii '. ill. I I c 't-c It i itla ll Iutg lle to sleep
. soul by which l'l r iPen i, L l ,i, l i ll,, A '.,, l Ih' II, h i k. i elltow her
"As long a .3 ;irc .. .l c : .I I i ti i it rL 'i thi'n.t ere afraid-
'W ill hurt you." 'l. ic ,1 ',,,, i.i I '1, I l ,I.- Itn- y I'-laxi ild, lie
kindly. "He qnlct cic l .i i. i- ,' 1 I .i iii i, I' rinid ocul i on thlh fill
you're all right" ?She i i iih A- ', ".I h d i'lf ted icbeyoni d it's

quite out, and closed lthi i, I ; t
Fear to watch in hIrr Ipl-i l.
. Not that thle chlhill l c l ai l t i it ,.
she knew no tnairm for ll Sh \i,.'ic i- ,l' i-
less thing. BDIL il: fi" '.iil .. c. c :,
an added terror. whiu w':i., hii,,.- ,.c i ii1
by the fact thai to liir aii' il 111:-
ination an audililo I t'al f -ifallf.c nir i'f 'ji
that Vold which was iiti irp -( I, \, i hii-
above its awRf l i hclio|l:.jt-..ins-.4 t.lin iilli.
though she never i -.ni '-:1 '. th I.
monster, devil-wlhioli-:icr ,n' 1 r :il 1ii
these she cotuhl 1101 -cn.y', cnil c(ilv'
because a thing l u( :i'i cI ii-I iFi
designated by a wora i ic 1 i4ul .:i ,- I- '
the dark Irmpr c oiirl Ii .,lic I i.

I hni '.,, i ,,I In l ti y nig hts. thronigh
'''.0 -i l- .\i Ill-t ili i.-v'r diaredl to
,,".1 l il, it liiPi. ; I ll c(i dciUs1 k sIte
I i,.c ilih, '-,.illl li t. Ifall was com ing
'- i 'I,, ii. n rI i l'r., iii a hat in tho
cIl' ci c[ hill si%'%ici lIy li'l bed, with
i- I i 'h..ii ,l, ii' ,,i c 1c it q'. Shir had, as
I.- < ci v ( ii,'.r Ir-.l IhI shffect of Icaclv-
li-c, I,' i -i-u ;. IIi-|Ig. ibut in the loute-
i,'-. iid ii.I ntc .. i' lhu night It was
ll : i il. in l ti'lil hrouid lts:lf
il ,his h,'" 1iidl MI-'hi lllke. E\cry
lllj. lcl I1 ti a" li(h r t lcio to givo her a
I'-c- i -,.(- i i--I lu I.ss. luidl Io 0 c lih i d ne '-
. ,r I I' c i c li:1 -hl ii wa' calte:; lite

E very night ni'icr itlt I 1 4 ii i. ;i "'i l aii ltiti i t |i. 1 )i if 11 n night, and
terrible blcelt (min hiric, i, g i.iii l l i '1h. 'l ,fiii .- w'li s w ..-litncltd.
slow, Pteady' silet n I t 'l I I I ', ,I ,I. ll'l'c I.ti ",'i l the tiger or
'The steps fell tir, li i:i Il.- i, I Il.', I liciicl .1h. t'i'tili l fur thliern
when Christine itrncil 1:111 ill,. i i II Iri l. id i tn It c losft. every
gas. Ass wi'ent outl IIh ',' ( I i 1 .ll ii litiaIl' i-uteie oill iliL off lier
lossly over tho ti.k atri ia \; I I IlI I-r I iiie tii' lillle tf lico room to
door which l1' t I. ii.- tI: 1.-kl Imll 1a.,i ijc' ri hi 1 1' f'iI mit a lilstan('e, feel-
the progress of hl'r rI',l:l ;I ,. l., n' ,, I I. InMli: i li fi lih r an icles ns
to the child ojnlut by lic' .-( inl I .!,- i- i i nnill ;l in lth o ers
other's stealthy iappirnin li uni I i l'i t ilc h fe i[ ot I t hlaste. The
tinctly board above i h.I tI v I. :ll]illln ii t1.- Lit laript c in lhe c-loset, anti
of her own heart. Iti nmu..l n :, i lul 1.1i his nic dk it wll his sword. liHo
nearer for very ti p tli.h- iii i-i ii:r. tr' nii c now. caid carno with
moved away; w liten .h0 Ali o il.-tl I i I ii,' ,l i '. t ;ilt ci tli' stair to-
door of lthne la.k hill It i-.i.. 1 ili I 1' 1. 1r ii l l l Ili;Iht. Homn tlim es
nursery door, Ilwa.s: wh, I. l it. i h li-. .- | ia 1. I.,r ini'llur's door, or
ed the door--cftily. lo. i. ] ',:,i- i i, I i ih in, i- iII t ial hier own,
known down siallir i;at. ,Jt, ii h II. |, '.. "i (r I ,; of 10i to (call
the nursery bcloici sIl ,:i '. 1 1i i l c--' l -I,,I b, too late. lunt
sm all .inntate---It elitriel. 1,, I i ..I- a-. hal ., 'I I', p-'1 u falre alarm ,
COhtisUne closed lth dloor i ci I Ind I 1 "I I I :-h'' i ay i Ill a. g in tin hall
sprang with a gr'nt. I l. Ipr i i. i l-. i i' '' ''l .l ii, i il b, et lif-i I eo l i c iht-
bodside, anid huin : o% r' rh i ii i i. t I 'r '11 i l'i'.tt t.s 'It h' iiriite, ivitli
m owing and gllingi il nth i Lc".1t i ., I i llY w re
threat behlinu It 1. I r 'i i, .iiil ci 1 i, i, r l 'c h n l of
c o u l d n e v e r "-e e h ic .<; ni, c ii I i ,, i i" :[ l'i 'i t I h y l hd
If she could have d ., i "" I, i:' l i Li.I sll lieak l'd.
h a 'v e b o r n e i t h i ll .' i& l, 'i i I !, I I I i t i il l r ti r e c l .
through thpe clc ]il'i ,l l, i iii ,"" II- 1i ,' i- !1 11 why tlce
A nd IL w an not ai l ,i ; i 1,, i r 1. 1i. h 1-,.' i;i' -ll'-l. sorlio-
dor the hod belolnuc,' i'i Ii ,, :..i I1, i, **' Il l II '_ 'I I'ii "i i,) w lil h
In t h e los ret, tilh, 11 i ,. i. ,;a n ,, i "nl I : N*., I I II m l l('1" Lfll y .
black m askBl and H .li' s wc-,!, i l i, nl "' I ;"i I', i. i'- '-''.1 a nn
were unseen tic-n cip -c l r ti S a1 1', I i II ic li I" ci l i1;.' ;1i, '-1 -lie lail'.-
about them ; Chirih-c i.,in I, i 1 .i ;, i iii. it t he Ii l;lc -
not only on thltl fiFr.-[ i -.,'.ltl i l "" 'iic til Ii l t'io, le h r
but often since. Thry %I I, fl- ri.-i> i I i h, i,, I' l '. : h u tict1 cil If b. 1I
Christine' In -ionr itr te, .i'*,, \cl., c ,. h,. I n iri II:,I. To Ilo th a t
and so long as thi c0iill ,,,,-.. -1 1 II, fil In ic falem. To i) hnoat.
they were not Lou ec ftl tld; iiiI i,1 I',, i li n i l s f oil en sI(.e Inre ,
ever cried or oallol her ,w'ii or. .rI- t ne c
told any one that Chrl-in ll h l l ii li .liii hit it iilc ll Il,. At i every
stay with hler until '.hi %%ac- asl t i ii .i-tce it' flr l thing ihe,
then they wotilil t ing at hIr lit II I l', i. a i' "r n. ft ll, a lit-
dark and teat' hir lirmI b frint ,,1,i inlm I ) i' i -ti. l t. a li -
EdS obeyed slit was sale; C('ri- 'I c' i l 't' c r P .,
sdid so, and Chrli .inn ne.,-.-r li iII c' cn f"c tin%, wleon she 'married.
bhe' said she never dti nit l. 5- l,- f, ,' uI .* vhl hIch had dlogge'ld er life
she would be afrac d to (i.-I I '. I. i ',, I I a 1 t i rl te anina c']ct lov t i'
cause li ars wIe e Iptn iltrc lit. fIe i I ll h t c l- i ith illt. The tda' t'-
burned up. Her lirotheir Iol-t It r tl tii i;..! ,-- 1li prol I it her. T'rirtlgh
the day she promisc.d It I'l 1 .1c I N't I ht- :.cc ilnil. cirS itn (''v ry 1lgtltting
with her best doll in hi, r, ..ic ,.. ,. I.: 1 ri Ic-ti ntiigor iliratenep., them
the4 snatched her away and Ir '.I I i, l l- Ih %' II l it, wi I ed ter hr
Christine with linr. Shet s lit i'i. -i''. III ( o' th lii i re I d at tr
she shivered as psc iho u gh[t f. ih, I 1 ,1; c i ti' i L: 11 'i l>.3y ani night li '
Of p Buit bie was dci<,l.- 1 l". r 'i'- w llh w ih lr, l've. and the'
f 'as eyes oilt of her h.'i.l -! i she s t il ltr'Pc fled il wers v itihout hI,,.
tie ? ey't o J why thcv i..i:, lt i 1111 night n seli' lay inl her Ic di
shut faster. Cod wo.- l I,int in I .rr io lii nlK a n lieh'r' i lshoughl1 alcouit
but it wasn't fair chien .ll hr p i the h:!,l 'i -l 'p In tho trib hesite her',
m ade you fell Ie ; pl i ilal- -i l ,I if i',' c1 ii'fl" awc 'li,'.'cry'ltg oit. In still-
something to them. Ilti. Iit I1f ., II h faI .r. ,\ h tcIrni ,l to soothe her
not do anything io ('hii .-' It,-.. ci-h ''i it' thru.c l ii ,clf f llth ilithk, nolseless
always good. That v,.'ac 11v IcLir step bete""(n heir edt and the arib.
loved her, and the man. nntl i s Sh' f-c.l Ithtroutgh her oiul the horror of
they hated bad people --oh. clil i.v Se iu isoit n threat. Init she leaned
know abe was (Liar? She liracnlA r[ur- tloard tlie ,hlid and quilted it. Then
their down utdi r" the be.hrlo.thrs. C('! r p.cnrcetilng tiew and clrong ro 'c ip1
tine said they wouldn't hirt her- if : wilhit hter, a lnd thigh ithe darkness
kept still: but Christine dhin't k, i. fill where shei felt lt, farce.
about it. 'It would not mind Chrls.tiie. "' i shall never touch the child."
It would not mind arn3 liitiy; an i II si,' cali I w till l '1 h. lift so full of
was the tlger's frienul. toJ! She d:,,',l Invo and mirag that titero will be no
not open her eyes, but she Inev. tl", iinout in it for you to come. YoU may
Iln the dark it was bonding dosAn. on:d darken my life as you will. but the
that thitger had crawled to the edge child shall never know that you exist."
I the bed to lick It's hand The ap' It drew closer, andi its she faced It'as
out of the chlset grinning a nearing presented she knew Ihat It's
wehIAte to it, and hfbe man in Ithe face was disioried by a thousand paw'-
ask stood just behind. They w-re sions; but the child's hand lay in hers,
all 16 friends, and rt hated her. Bllt and tho' she trembled. she smiled in
i tw'as b dark; perhaps they could nor lthe dark.
ne6. er-thougib she knew In Ihe Often the man bshe loved was called
Sdpthil o her cowering lIttle sc-'l that from home,- r.nd through the long
they did. Perhaps she could Fpring nights and stormy days of that wind-
out otf bed on the other ltde. anil r,et hi cursed country she fought wtlh it for
St1 4 21 door before It or the ilger the child. When the boy came she had
C 4 d cttch her. But the closet! she a double strength, and with the baby
:.id 41v4 to iass that. She fet the she knew herself invincible. rhey
',"4'i lnlin ,lApers, and the man's grew up happy and unafrdd; for if
At ther,'thrmtt. It bent closer terror threatened their childish hearts
:i 't 6'i"l bed; did It know what sbn It vanished before love's magic touch.
410lt 'to do? I.ove filed thboir lays and night, and
4doorhel ai p .e wrlld, a save th eS w.
c1O^M B K SP en IiupqbsbK*t"l* 4btcskpw-

w$ c rd 6

~sorhd 'inth~s -touwgiAbW,'I

sorbed in this struggle 66e woman
fought her own fears no longer &and
thought of them only when sale uttust.
Her conso.loicsneta of it became focused
In a determinanctlon to keep a llkeo con-
sclouasness out of her c'hilrdtn's lives.
The ytars inssed by Ni'ver onco
had her old deIlr-o bron granted to her
-to see the vagun (error take the laiil-
giblo shape of danger before her c-y,.
that bhe -ight face hr fear audi lin
in its actual presence e oLher the itre-
loin for which ashe longed or tlhi death i
to which she had, once been indlffel'ent.
But one morning when the iman ishit
loved was away from home and the
children were t s'lychoil bhe glanued till
from her sewing and saw Iwo niimo
cortio in nt tho gate. Either of them
might have leeni It made vislblt In
toe eyes of day so civil were the:-
ftces. The oil holna was a detachedi
one, sot lu a large yard, and there
was no one on thoe Ilace at the moment
except herself and the housemald. Ac-
custonied to forestalling the fears of
others rather than to thinking of her
own, she went hle-self to the door;
the malic, she knew, would be fright-
ened. She opened tae door a little
way, andl in answer to the youingor
nian'c' deniand for money replied that
she had none to give him. The mnan
swore a. great oanh, which was erhood
by ills companion. She llnd opened
the door s i-'h a little[ way Ihat they
knew tho house was empty save for
womP i.
"'We will rome In uind 'e wlint yi
liave got," said ithe ima, "and what
we wanlt e will take" Hi s-et ths
slihouler to the door.
A siidtlen rage rush' il iipon ner andi
swept lihr ouit hcyond all knoiwleodu4 of
herself She flin-g thli door wide anclid
stepped I) rlotiio. to thief niii, liher eyes
lilazing into hit. She spoihe In a cicw

"I will give you 111 seconds to gcit
outside that gate, she said. "Now
They turned and fled. She moo,'ctl
and wautlied elivim as they iran dt)wn
tihe wall, under Ithe flickering shadl-
ows of I he cins, her ang,:r was hlit
within her. T'ihen he leanieI- ngalinst
the doorwnay., trembling, for sheio aciigh
suddenly tho sound of a lteiltlhy ileip.
which fled before the men. anid kne'v
that thrt-e pilts:-r I out at the giie. Thn
inrin' shoes elattered (in thli bri-i
wa'llk; cbut Ite. i- iiId ihat rang to hoav-
en wasl tho lini'ryling Ircati of tlIc sl-
lent footfall, whoso terror had filled
her life. She, stood lIstening through
tho clear sunshine unill it crashed,
knowing that it. coated for all time,
Then sho turned and went into the
house with theo ilghn of froodom on
her face.-The Indleicendenl.


At the age of fifty a person usually
bIeginu to slowly decrease Ill stal ir,
and tnl t.e age of eighty lie has lost
ailott one and one-half incites.

Blindness atlnelts many of the peo-
ple engaged In the ianiufac'ture otf
Venetian glass. Their sight iegltia tol
fall between Ithe ages of thirty and
forty. This distressing affletiloin is
cauRecd by the excesslvoe heat and lglare
from the furnaces and front tile reil
hot glans.c.

Iaahlionaliti ladlc in lierlin are d p-
lighted wlilh a now fail-air iathlls.
They at ray thlmntselves In ajamnnias nd
slippers, aindl thuen lidulgo inl anll Iltle
exerlisees in a garden Inclosid by a
high wall. After spndliig two hlioira
In this way, they return indoorse, drink
warm t liociol t, and enjoy a nap.

Among the legainds of Ureeco II I1:
told that tlih father of I'ythagoiHs, tie13
famous iOrtcli plilloaOliiher, was a cel,'-
braled engravnr of geine, iiand, aerccrcl-
ing to rlHassi.al history. bot hti Iloe n (if
Tioy and Ulysses of Gre-'ve wore ion-
groved rlings. Eigraving; oin ~cioni.es
that were partly pretlous was 111 atil
at n very rmolot ago. Tlih riltlslh
Museonm prod tlly boltS lli che pticossssloi
of a ancall sqiiareo of cllow Jajper"
Im'ariig thi figure of a liorse and tiel
name of Arnenophis 11I., lieliv('dl to
date bank to about the year 1400 I. (.

Thie most ncarvelous of all rocking
stones is that of thi Island of Cepbal-
onla, off the rcast uf Greece. Thln Is a
gruad rithc, about a rodil square, in tlho
edge of the ri, and it Is Ic "lnplerpetial
motion, allernatcly ioucihlig tlie land
aud rece'(dlng from it about' twenty
times a minute. The reguilarc.orilla-
tions of lIlls natural pendulum are t11n-
a t.nL'ced by .alms or biy fempestauouis
sca'.t iiitl uns'ak comniplttely over' Ilt.
T'ice weightl of len persons dcd lihot per-
iceptibly i hacnigi it rate of motion, annd
when an Engll.h captain attempted to
drag it away the oncilliatilons sUalfpcdl
I lies dhaliia like thread.

A dnAr4tiillon of a dinner given In
13.5') shows tIhaut there ha' cbriin ia viier
impromemeni Fin(e then. As a rule,
I one knifu hadt It' frve for two perSons,
and often a bowl of soup was used by
two persons. 'For this reason the party
1 giving the dinner arranged hlis gitcfis
in couples. trying tlo place people io-
gether who would te congenial and notl
aver-e to this common lice of table ap-
pointmenitu. Spoons were Eeldom Imp-
I iliel to the guests, and (the so'lp was
drunk directly front the bowl, the lat-
ter usually having side handles, hy
which It was held. In less refined
company (here were no separate soiiij
bowls, only on't I'crgc porringer. which
was IsM-ed arounjil l I.) iil, lipIts In'
tuin. 'he diners hml|el ithernimt.%lcs to
the pieces of meat they desired fro.-i
the m'ommon dish with their flngeris.
Napkins were coansi:ercdl a luxury,
and were only provided In very aristo-
cratic and wealthy families.

She Has Reformed.
He was deep in hit piper and did
not want to be Interrupted, but. of
course, she didn't care anything about
"Did you read about the young cou-
ple that went through the marriage
ceremony just for a Joke?" she asked.
"No," he replied. "What of it?"
"Why, after it was all over they dis-
covered that it wasn't a joke at all."
"Oh, every cr.e whse talks theqnar.
riage question .lfnds that out."
He wasn't l tenViptqd agaLn for a
full hbour---Nel Yolth Prow*.

t. co tIoft.011 I ,.
4Tle fl. b!lK,> iir

'I ', W,, r ,' ,a i ,a : ; ,,v I ,tY ,. tf. -v' '

't .tA THi -Wji WllEtK 'lTAR, GAINEiVILLIl, A.

" .- -- .-- .. .... ,- .. ... u' '
and breaking stalks at-the same time..
When rolling. lead a team behind rol-
I('r, liltched to :a lnarrow. 'When i only
Wctl1) ti hlc:1ri'1 I hlive a IO fioot har-
fcow lnd .isc fllcr hr-o' '- ut it. and
D D ithcrbol'l. c ccvr tvir h l. il l n> iIcd thatl
Jn lit cif cit y ci ..i, cit hi' Ii ci'lot%,-O i
&a I ltfferontico r Iliii- I t 'i c,, i c i'c -
Acratinq Milk and led team hlt lil i v11 1 lc 1,[liii. ,
Cooling nmli by rorclng air through harrow. holiv ii: cltcI tit ironI c,
as the oxygnI if tIol air assists in and leading the other behindttiet ci
'purifying It, but thie a'lniloni timlst be wagon. y eolf and the like. Now i llti ila
done in somne plice where tho air is by nyomay nd the like. Now sition ll to pra-
ais puro as possible maid frc', from dust. itera sy at be in portion to p'a-
'To force air than is ilaIndom wih dlut and ltie all of these devices, but it is like-
odore into milk 1. a nIs jn'hui.iiad a ly ihatL if you will set your wits to
odors into milI ii astltIji inuitnasett wVrlh that yto can uso some of these
expose theoitil licc'hc icc ltccenee. t-iethods, cor clan devisen somoequally
h o lh'o th e g rea te st c;iro .-h o nld bo ex 1"11o s <*r *lxn < lo so m e eq na lly
hec'ethaegreatee Lgo ogle s for yourself, ,nd -adapled to
erch'lsei in aerating'., yctr 'strrocindlingq. it is all right to

Hard Wood Ashes. trti h irci c c n rb e
Inan o ll li 110t. 010 l "n ta r o 0N i

Ashos frotlic t hard 'tvod a.illchic.l ho IlPe
potato vInes while l (lie dew l oni ciII
cause tle hlugs to 2eokt lih.ai!er huiintt-
ing ground. This i' rnc'nly' h(icild lie
applied several inorninlgsR In sitm otsiol,
arid always while the dow i ii to I i'
effective. llaioiles ridding ltho vine.c ofi
bugs, a shes ardic i line I'frtllly'r, cid:iap-
ted to dry weanthit'. 'Thiy may be u.etdl
as a fertilizer for any rop ali at ay hline,
on any ioil. Il dry hciaso it is eqIuti
to any fertillier I'fr siirawheri 'r iiil and
olurmiatn.S, and has cn1) ImiJ cff'tI lduiring
a wet soascon.-lP'ar'tilo A1. W\oud, Icn
Thli EpiltlonisI.

Feed for Horses.
So ci li'horses will ut'll at all Icimas anid
uiisiiiniO lmoHt uniy l iantii tlIy or rI'oot
wc llioitt ai)l'earlii' ; to I itUII O lin ion-
dillon, although thlle liy iynot b iidoiig
much work. lHore's dillcffer. ind whi
is best for Ot lin y n i111ot le A as goit
rosuiltii with iltitur. i ;scol gri unicitng
is anc Imp ortlaitt nialler, lhil iliithere 1-.
not, as a rule, a itilh Icint variety in lith
food of liorses Whillb oals will iton
litin o toi ii a alaai lard I'oil for litor'i- .
,yet a smanl allownic'e of lIns, d imeul
ntil corn fiotdd.r will ulso bt r'lishedI
and give e.ceolloe rccsilts,. Iluy andu
fodder will iirotivo tcskiii'licr Ic hlnay

Plants In Poultry Yard.
If the poultry yatidi nre perianniit l-
ly located and there hlin been dearlthl
of shade in ihen tills siuiinniir, provtldel
for all Inerease i ey ottling out Buinuo
ilanlts thl fall. A tid f it/ien c'u-iri'cnt
plants will coits but a xnialli ciur, and
if set along one Ride of the lXoiiltry
yard will provildo a shiady plaio itunder
Lhem itn whicli llie fowlH will dust diur-
ing the warm parl f llit day. True,
they will niake Iholes In tlio uill, but
they nmay be roadilly tfioil In toit Ilint
the plants will not be inclcorlally iin-
juied. hIi n If Ihey do inot yleld n
crop of fruit, they Ywill lie worth I(o the
fowla all they t 'hti. (.'omfor'ts of ililis
ki d add to clio Ic'illls firomn Ih li il-
try and at stiunll ,xpticcc.-cIndlianup-
olls News.

Jersey Cows.
The peculiar .harn rterlatic's of thce
Jersey as a dniry nhnital lpuir aind alm-
pie have colidmiimceItd in tioe sleeping of
record by itsa amiilrcrn. and live l'di
to the study and niciourageiimntll of all
means ly which ctow inmay lie iproilll-
ably kept in theo dliry for as inatny
years as liossIblla Any acicilLent orL
disease nffecrtig hlreediig or nilklutin
powers is of cnimparIatlvely littIle oiin
soqitioUce, if the a.ffel.ltel animals cant
be quickly andl profiably fattened orf.
Country Life pol ii out, however, that
this cannot i (ion to In thIeO caRs of a1
Jersey, so that it .bihoovon the owner
of a really good milker to guard
against overythingi whihii liny ldain-
age her dnliry valu witl nit r m i than
ordinary priirecaUtilliS

Experience With SIlos.
I,'' st. thi( olljo'l llionh. II c :ocits HaOIli e-
thing Ilo iilld antii hleep In repair. iMy
own cost nearly $110.), Hud ufter llllliig
seven tlinei, niesils rotalring, In us-
ng ensillage I live Io rel'tise stalklld to
Uise an bedding. At llilling lthno In
my case I haivio to lilr 'extra' lh'lip,
help which IH hardly to ge.t at that Iline.
I like their silo because It lcianle me
to harvest antid ut away for future
use a largo amount of feed which I
could not have In any other way, malt-
ing me Independent of weather condl-
lons If I tried to ciroe the fodder. I
put stalks, ears and all together
through the cutter and ae Lbhat it is
well packed, ICxcept a small portion
on top and a little In the corneorn It
comes out In good condition. I aim to
raise heavy crop or corn for ensilage.
My silo Is sqiuaro, twelve feet six
Inches by twelve feaoot eight Inchms and
twenty-six feet deep, and took less
than four acres to fill it laBL year. Af-
ter settling anid the corn lbcc.in;a dry I
filled again, running a smaU stri'am of
water In with the corn. 1 went tli tectd-
ing It the next day. using grain raltion
at the sante timo. It lastel twenty
milch cows ntill July 15.
As to the cost of killing I do not find
it. costs as muchi as to bind, int up,
husk, grind and ccui. tho dry talks.
Dy having rorn lit with a corn har-
vester or having It cut before com-
mencing, we usually finish In fourteen
bours. I pay $1.50 per hour for ma-
chinery and two men, and use three
teams. 1 have never seon anything
but good results from feeding snallage.
-A. H. Brown, In American Culti-

The Hired 'Man Question.
The hired man qiuestllon has been
discitsed from many standpolnts, and
various methods of treatment have
been proposed whereby the hired man

may be Induced to stay with tho farmer
and take an Interest In, his work. but
when It come to the question of doing
without the hired man, when you have
not got one and. one cannot be found
either for love nor money, then the
situation becomes serious. Yet 1
know of men who ordinarily employ
from one to two or more hands who
haven't any .thas year, and In order to
handle so much ground a large acre-
age of iats are being put out. Then all
kinds of devices are practiced to get
the crop of corn In, and it is hoped
that help will 1xi a little more'plenti-
ful In cultivating time. Here are some
of the devices that I have praetlced at
various Utmes, not only when help was
stuw, tbut to slate thai WOrk along
whMB behind, a .4 0l.to t heapena pro-
AttUoP1. Whn10 lead a hborre
I &Zii .

tact lie nindo i ho li noro lear money
Oler' will ale r'Ill.cd from it -M. L.
IluIart, in Agricultt rnI Ir pinmlnL

Feeding Meat to Get Eggs.
Mtet would Ie Imoire generally uc'l
hill for thtt, ditfli'tilly in l 'procuring tl.
Whial I nineatil hy ileat Ithat lriont
hl, i hu(nhr. Trit, ithero are suih nica-
citri'iIs as ground mnea. animlnnl 'if(id,
oic., whhilh ra always; li e icd with lad-
inninago, and which are well wirtlhi th
pilco asked for theoni but meat from
tli"e pitcher is better than mniat In atny
oilltr forni. tlie only iliojection to Its
listi. as stated, belig the price. In
Judging of thie price of uny other ard-
I1. io\ lOCMver. olnoi ui ilsc be guided by
iin t I.suills obialinod from ii. A lot
-.r f ii c stilitin; one dollar, which giv-es
,.Kgg N t he o li.. itiie of two dollars, is
thtlec r It.ini looid listing fifty cents
tha ll pIcl'citccc <'g( ns t) iii tn vali e of oino
illlar. There' nr.r pic -lol s when the I
lions do not l y al all t ni d l iany f(iotil
Ilinl will Indulce thciin cI In y will ,lef
really theali glco no roesull ni all Tlhe1i wi as i
p4rihd c wclhc t (.ii eggs w rc ei Scit'iio lhalt
Ihlly readily nold I'llor ilx y e' its an dli,.-
cill. Only onle plrit-vi In h lio nolghlior-
11i0od waHs i'llitk eggo. and lie wasi
e'cilling hecf, whlicih wa' beings l|rr 'iir-
oel for I he iuirpon t lfflten c'ent p lier
IplM iiil. It wits a hiig pl'hric for berf,
l s ieggvt wert lso l lgilh, andt the lu l-
iIlnagers o \prel'nflni-d tlio o' cst niild
g \'Vc a p lcci-itt. It I' -. 1ttcil0altedll i. al liio
pnilild of lonn I eoe is eciliitent for inx-
toeen liens onn day. At silxieon conts
per poiuitid I s Just one cent it day for
adhli hen. At thirly-two ronet p'r
dozen six eggs from the nixoeen hoen
will pay for Ithelie h It In trco that
"'virrnltiStanicrH alter ic.'mo," land the
linnn may lnot lay at all, t., yet thllio
litunii f the meat will gi|A' ni1ore oeggR
tIhin whliohil It t luilt. WiVarni quarter S
In 11in winttor, anrid thi ieim o f a varloly
ori fsiod, as well as judlihloi niunagn-
i il, aro n aill ito lie (tconsim iith r l, bil l It Is
Ici' Ihca tl If cxl I mol ic I-e l i aihi Ill
fi idltg In lOf wlir rn t eg i4 lr high II will
l'lvt i iproll. I cllity o Hlated lt ilt l ci t lit
H r-tlin or irc flt. i 'pc ortIli .,s of Iini,'i.
whlieh rt lie lpr -ir'ed il lt lai\vlo r min ii
will inuii\\r, lbut Ithe rent. shouill ibe
lcn and not fan, as it in thleo ll'trogoi-
niti fu l thait Iln hi iK igutightli. It may
ali- bho nioeitlloilei thiL ntich of lie
gronuid mnit nd inlaiimi l nimimis eold for
pcoitltl'y is excollint on nil icctl nof rmn-I
Willing hione as well ns ieat, it ld such
foodti nlay hlie tuI'd front llio Inltliher by aliinutllng withI
II.--Mirrnor and carniccr.I

Effect of Multohlrg Vegetables.
lhi'lehee canso some v'e;geriAlel toI
nmiiatlio lnor, while wlihL others no de-
lay wUcs ntllr'cdl. uie HairlngK and early
I'tll fr[ini Ilc iir iniilho'drl |IInnisa m ora
ihn i culllvalpd onicH, iuakilig It inmi-
v'liHilln I lc r nillh-h v1,iry t lender vegicl-
niltli' Ialt ril(iclnr'i thn full nio son for F
tlic'cli'ir di' vohl noinlti lElirly iiprlinR
ng intalhbl .ti, whlilci i'cl r' i only a few I
c llit villoiis, raun tl inicclly lhe grownI
Inuor cheaply by cliltIvaltin tichan liy
liltliling. Piirtlhrinnore very orlny
iuclliing. befiro r li, Kgrominld lhan Ile-
fI)mo thorollgii ly wal' n. r I uptlA Ilo re-
taid lihe growth rif vKgtanlth:c. cmni-
meor and fall vogolail!,M. on tino alhner
hand, which r'oquirn frr'trionnt ciilfl-
vation tlirouighloul the season, urn
grown morn elanply lby nuniilchin than
cuiltlvatlon. Molrenover ilin yield anll
quality iof vgoliinlo.I nme orlofn improv-
ild by mulh:hing.
Many vegetablhc rcaciiit. lie mulched
tntll they have ticoinne well establish-
old and the weather hafs become warm,
thus requiring some plelilinliury cultl-
vationi. itnch culliviLlon an Is com-
monly given farm garden Is better
fur inoli vegetables In early spring I
tlian mui'lcing, btt miulc'hing In Jusat
an surely bettor In midsummer than
the neglect which is the common ailing
in farm gardens at. that time of year.
The Nebraska iexperiment station ten ts
have Indeoa shown mniulchliing to he hot-
liar In many chances than llie most ihor-i'
o .gh cultivation througahout thI utiti-
mer. Recicits very favorable toi mnlhli-
Ing have heoen Hscnred wiltI cftlilat', ,
to1tatoites, artist, iucIrinitinmir. piiitctn iH
and sweet ipotatocs. I ill ishoi necases
the ylelds have ierci InIrtaccc'd on the
wliole, quilltto dcIdetlly Iy mulhtiing andsI
theo required labor cnarea'ctd at Ihe
lanio lima. Miulrnueal cabbage pro-
duced larger lhiailds than culltivateil
ealciage, and thlcrt was leIs Injury
from rot, The vigor of tomato plants
was decrcaped by multchia, but thes
ylihd of fruit ln,'eased. 'dThe fruit was
also cleaner ind loes sntl.Jeit to rot.
Muiched euciimbers produced perfect
frufi.s, during dry iprlods, when the
fruit from the cultivated plants were
small and impetfect. The qualilly of
polatoe e has not beem nurtt by munieh-
Ing, except In wet place.

In the case of transplanted onions,
salslfy, blets,. carrots, parnnips, peas
and melons the results are not decided-
ly In.favor of either of the two mnlh-
ode, both the yields and hbe roqulred
labor being about the same. From re-
cent tests It is thought unwlin to,
mulch drilled onions, lettuce and sweet
corn. With drilled onions, the stand
of plantain usually. hurl by mulching.
With lettuce, it Is also ditflrult to
spread the mulch without Injury to the
stand, and the crop ls harvested so
early that It is nor worth while to
mulch. With nweet ( orn, the yields
are about the same In a normal sea-
son, whether mulebed or uliUvated,
but this crop requires so tsw CalITa-
tlofs that niulehcl x hi hardly m'O.t-
able. in a Wet 36% o me.lp 'Se"
CuMM ,.lps i...
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"Perlessn and Frightful" Infantrymen,
a Cheerful FIghter Is the Redlf-Iln-
describably Content, Perfectly Obe-
dient-Sultan's Militia Comparable
to the Beat Soldifrs in the World.

I'll I,itilani, the wll known Cier
nii> IIii le-lr and author, during ont
1" h 1i i il in Turkey,' tudled a lhann
if i lrtifa in tiil tiu, just calledll oii rul
illltiI ,,, a"h, hI,,'.re follow the re-
iills ci t iIA c>l,. ,.'t ,lunsH, ln given inl hlt
book, '"Zwc l It" .,- ti idrr Tiirkpi -"
At the slati lic I %u ;i 11,ii1 F i nIai
bustle, but lI wc -s 91 .- it tii a ati1 itIt
hill, so qplet and orcir ,i .. .Ai. _.ery.
thing, in spite of any h1'niiti ,!, uIlfir
ason. Three battallous% 1. i- .i1 A.
nuimbering I 80 men ti,.u l i, i I i,.ut
landed from three long truli i \1 Ate
a long trip, during which Ilia i1i' ti hi.
been cramped, they were gU,'ii
chance to stretch their limbs. Iith
were men who had been taken fr[i'
their work only the day before for nil
II Lry duty-the nmilitla of the coiunir;
It Nasi not a pleasant sight. 'if
nifti looked fearless and frightful. M1c;
0if henm, If not In rags, were at loea
badly ldr's.sed. Feet and legs uip l
tho inhet were enveloped In a lighi
green felt. hound around with aBrlhiL
Iltggy moiton brchenles, bright-eolorie
vOSHts, otvr whiitc we-e so-called latc
fliinineid (ir-ici Ja'ckots; a girdle woun
around Iho liody several times and
fez comnipleltl the dress.
They wern strong and well set upn
Ohe could not fa.ll Ito be iiproesed h
their even devulopinent. They move
with a quiet, elastic motion which re
minded one of a wild beast ready ty
spring. Their dark eyes glittered un
pleasantly, Their asnill, white teelJ
shono. ruiner "cannon feed" I liavc
never eM'n. I conild quite eaasly be-
lieve whut I had often heard from ex.
pierls- that tllo Turlklih radif, with th(
very worst of raro. ao eitpable of per-
forinnlng wonderful feata of marching;
and. properly olu'ered, never turns
They Ri'arcoly looked at ts, although
it is certain that they liad rarely sosi
any one dressed in EIuropean fashlonu
An we went from one group to another
thiy gave way, neither angrily nor ill-
natiuredilly. Whelin we afilted question
we reclved curt, hiut not surly re-
"Where are you from?"
"Hlow old aro you?"
"1 don't know."
"Where are you going?"
"I haven't been told."
"Are you tired?"
"I'vn slept,"
"Illuingry 7"
"Wo had water."
Thiii was about the isum an stIIh
stancen of what we could learn., Jul
tliohen thliey foiinil somnetlilng better to di
than answer cir nequctions. .WIthou
crowding or hllowinig thli sllihtest lm-
patlince, quality and earnestly, thel
went tp a table upon which was heapec
a pile of breadl. Each one bought him
self a ploero weighing itsarly fivl
pounds, for which hn paid a plastre
then, without a word. moved away If
make room for another. In half as
hour every man hail been served.
learned that one plastro a day was al
the redif recelvedl, and that the dr,
broad, washed down with water wa
all that lie got to eat and drink In 2.
The tindor ioffler, who itero diallln
gutlsihil by liiig IIn uniformn, stoodc
about doling nothing, and apparently
took not theI lllighte notice of theli
men. No lond order wasu tl be heard
Not all the reidlif entld afford tobai-
co, ullhoiogh I was told that the hot
tur-to-ldoh shared with their poorer corn
ratios, and that In the cars, as long an
any inna had any tobaceto, all smoked
We went over and bought 200 llttil
packages of the weed. Whepn we of
feared one to a redif he took It and sa
luted; linbut one moved hi hand tc
askic for one. When we had distributed
all the tobacco there remained o00 mer
who had received none, but not a loot
of requneil did we see. All the same
most of them looked poverty stricken
and tobacco was a godsend to them
Most of the Turks I have seen, andi
among them were powernil men, devllt
and worthy men. Of course, In Tur.
key, as in other ,ouutrles, there arn
criminal of nil sorts-robbera, mur-
derers, firehiug--but no curs.
At the end of an hour I heard shoet
orders repeated In several part of thi
stallon. As if the olcens had hac
string lieji to the men the latter ar
ranged themselves In aqtladst four deep
An soon as tbo officer of the squad had
glanced over the lilna so aM to 8se
that no one was missing he gave thi
man on the right a sign with hin hand
The one to whom the sIgnal was givell
rebounded with a clear tloud "One!
His neighbor followed wllh "Two!'
and so on. In a few minute the count.
lag of the entire battalihct of 800 wait
completed. "Then thie olleror made an.
other hand signal, and u s quickly anil

quietly as they had glott.ni together thi
redlfa separated. It wis evidentt thai
they were all trnalie,I Acidlers, Agair
and again was 11 InipreHlsed upon min
that everything went on quietly, s 11i
by clockwork. I heard no ahoiuting
ho laughing, no singing; only here ant
there a word very quietly spoken
Never have I seen elsewhere at oan
place 800 men of from 26i to 35 exceptl
regular noldlers) who when "AtteR,
lion!" was called stand so till-'s tl
First Redif battalion. The otinbp Wt
battalions were at a short 4ljftti
from the station. but when I w il Vel
to see them I found that eVtflfjtliJ
was moving Just ala quiekl ta" quttlet
as at the station Itelf.
I asked a German tralroa e ofcla
how the redlfs passed te ifhlt t1 th
crowded ears.
"Oh. they've not bel/pIlapered Lan
polledd" he replied,. .'Thi. come an
stretch out on the dn d from sun
set to sunrise nothal heard from
them. They're' a e0 quiet
and demand pria(eIlUt l
4on't rejoice; tbhey 4 't
In which they are v
our own opldirst

well. 'ava she n ahcre thet-
at least wonderfully oeodlent'to'
ofedra. What I iumore, the
have to give scarcely any ordot'.1
lEvcry redif seepie to know what is'
oxpeci(.< tif him. What is more. he
dices It. and bat witLhoult walling tOr
any o ielrl." .
Thnt t had already noticed. OIU. .9i
i thought, cf L0Ie hard faces and thti
dark glislonilng eyes, It casme OverI'mR-
thalit these well disclplLined troops '
ciild, by au o-tbre:ila of religious fA-
naticism. bo transformed into fteifari
wild beaasti If a captured cTy -were
turned over to them. But the 'ittrliqh
soldier, If ipr-uipcrly led, will bear 0w
parlion with the best soldier of tlbp
world. llo flights cheerfully, is an
brave as a lion, hls no fNar of death..
iR strong and tqui'ck of fool, contented
and -obedient.


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the rimult of "mugginagp" I
0t6 loat serious aotora-evetl..
'With a reputation for sieau a
however, be polhted to asn'
the same characterlstle, w4-i"
so ben observed with not
singers of the flrst ralnk.
ler. W -:''1',.-i7

e Aq Wphite
,,a. .,^ so
d pro Mt h.: lniant"
' ~eM e illi
.- *ald *e .was
,.I e f appeared
n on so much
e ire ha a didn'

QidrorS will rul ; h
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Breathing Lessons as a COpt-fotr Many
Complaints. .
I u 'lin I.mlidin concr.-i seOaaon. which
"i- -.ni c" a it ,' 'inii called atte ""
Il n i t -l c\ i v'-c y "I.' d doctor hani'v F- ', ,
inm ih tilc n tl.ic i i l ni 1 li'tltility profe

A q(plot bn, v in r) ii, 11 ylves way to 'I
tain tniu s i l nii Iri ii-; In liot a healthy.
hut a wvnahly Ihlill. When lila voice
Is in lsed in i a t itp'icr'ving re-ci ndo of
Si ut ariiit [l< I ciiA ari'v e expanded, his
lhol l I is i'. lihii Ing %\ell. and he is
gal cl lig st r'iugcit iucil i'dicrca y inumenta-
rily. rI iAilnil 11E, it 1ihillcry shrnlo s
of infancy Ni, ithe 'tilitntacil singing
of maturity andil tih llI rotmll Is the
sanme-namely a large Increase of
health and tiu iitillnesi
Anaemlic tic s nd gcirhl are now hie-
Ing ordered ly itltorics In ltake singing
lessons he.liecuii sit ii- lrsonsii do not
know how to lhreathe plrntperly stand the
singing maasler ei.othrs them the art,
Very fow 1peoplie utillao the whole of
their lung power when they breathe,
but get Into a lazy way of merely gasp-
Ing or breathing supornlelally.
Candidates for the army whione chest *i
measurement lacks thli requisite nism-
ber of inc-hes take ringing lesson ,
inereasen theil girth, tor, It their Volce .,
lalrk the niuHlisal element, they attend
breathing clauses anid learn where theli
reHplration should conie from-that la
to say, how they ehiould retain It, an
how emit It. Th'uiogh mankind must
breathe in orlnr to lIlvc, few human
beings know how to breathe properly,
After the anoaemic girl with the
bowed lthoilders and the contracted
chest has taken a dozen lesons lit eln-r
Ing her back begins to flatten and bher .
chest to develop. 1Her complexion
freshliens, and ishe notllci' with plea-
ure a rose-leaf stain rledening her
cilioo ks .
The professlontul song.treos retain .
the froahciens of y'ltl:i Into old age,
not entirely a a rI'miltttif ice carol she
takes of her linallhi and tli excellent
food she eats for the ialco iof her voice '
Ibut mainly beoiie wi ho broathos pOr-
fectly and cixr'csi'- i hotr vocal organs
regularly. It Is ll oting on this prinel-
pie, says the Londhon Mail, that middle-
aged Women Inelined to emlionpoint,
now take brca(thlng losonIce at a tashb-
lonablo school In South Kensingtoin,
whete waists are coaxed back to Ag-
uron long dovoil of tiucm, and new
vigor Is given to the ageting physique.

Watching the Watchers at Coney.
"It'a t(o IIIll tl h i clig at Coney I l-
and that minaku It worLl all the trouble
of going." rimnalc'ctd the Harlem 6b-
Horver. "Jiit i o waItclh the uncon-
eolna little clonioJles inakes up ill the
fui. Now, yoslnrdniy, I watched, twO
oldi inlids aiind an elderly matront riding -
tldo htirdly gurnly. Up and down'they
rolled, anil you could have heard thlir
n'reamn for half a mile. They werd
In an or-stasy of foar and delight,. ]l-. *
orylinody within night was laughlgig
with and at thom-excopt oL. Thin.,
was thitll Itle red headed boy who itts
oin the back smati. That little Imp was .
within a foot uf the screeching wonA* 'kb
on, but he was as dileaf to their cries
aa were the seat rails they grasped.
rThe rod head rolled up and down all
the length of the track, bent over he
Iportingi page of a newspaper.
"Theal It's fun to watch the people
follow the shade with their little eaflip "
stools under ilie walksc that lead froa
the hath house to thle beach. I sw.'
an old man yesterday sheltering Jlt$,', i',P
hoad and newspaper In the shA'~*Ml.1'
by a sign some four feet square. I' .;V, F
"Of course, it's the beat funa p l*ft,' ',
the children--imple and affeot"d:4-oSdi i-
the girls. There is rare sport In
watching rthe-watchers. Boom a4nd
delight and dlsgust-tlh last Utallytlu.
affected-honest good fellowship, ...
miration, envy, Jealousy. man-ot-tOf .'I-*
world superlority, clerk-gentilltr,-.i**40 4
the phase of the millhlou's tempqr,.'.
"Coney i lhoe place. where the gtttaIj--j
lion go to get their thrills, ndtowlitc,;"
the million getting tliel, thrill Is gren!g
port. That's why I go."-New York ,
Press. J' '"c."

Effect of Emotion. t'"
The actor's mouth Is eseaetlsI')li.: .
clal, nnd not Infrequently t ,,t'
a tendoe'y cI turn to one lltl n e
other. This la due, in part, 'o l4bli '
constaintly uied. to eapree. emotlito '*
and also to -h p*. illiar but bo l'ea
.well-recognised fact that .Whqan the'
mouth in somenwhat crooked a greater
effect can be pflQ#ted than when it
lI openid qtjllt tittilght Wxample at',
ter example could be cited, but for Ot1 ',
viouta repo nsusna may not be U4ta:'-
tioned. At nie time It was conaldered c
the 'aist o -the low comedian, ,qp
early every one of them had a .i. i
twisted either to the right or lettgs-I l


TwIce-A-Week 8tar, "" ,,,A d
it T 's fact that no ede can desiy.,
D..B. OODWIN, that the. ante-bellum negroes ware
d. itor and Proprietor. far more trusty and free frm crime
than are their free and partially
'itered April 28, 19U8; at Gainesville, educated descendants. The crime
t,, a second-class matter, under Act among negroes that caufS uiu -
,g f March 3...... tenths of the lynchings it these
ufblbhed every "Tuesday and Friday, latter days, was unheard qt before
'L 00 a year in advance. the Civil War, and even during
So Cents for Six Months, that bloody struggle; ,to ,hile the
S5 Cents for Three Months. white men, of the 80iah Wel* in the
ADVIRTISBING RATHS. Confederate army their iegt4o slaves
o. cal Readers in breverc type, 5 cents would die If itecessary in defense
."'lun for pach insertion. of Southern white women and chil-I
S pae for display advertisements priced dren. This is a historical fact that
|P,,application. was much to the credit of the
AD,' FF.....-.- --...- .Southern slave, and has been re-
A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. marked upon throughout the counI
i The Index is not fanatical on any try.
subject, but we do insist that', to
ay the'least,.tlhe following fro Now, why is the negro' of today
the Gainesville Star sounds very less trustworthy and more brutal
much like the howling of a maniac: than was the negro of before and
"Negro crap-shooters should not during the war? There qare many
be compelled to associate with reasons why he has retrograded,
white .blind tiger operators when but there is no greater rea than
the two classes are sent to the same but there is no greater reo than
chaingang. There is no good rea- the fact in ante-bellum times, he
an why poor crap-shooting ne- was in the hands of and controlled
'ro should be compelled to associ- by men who were bis friends; men
S.at with an inferior being, unless it who understood his nature, and
'1~'tbat there is a chance to improve w uerstd hisnnd
the morals o a white blind tiger were interested in his physical and
operatorr by allowing him to keep moral well-being, which conse-
legA c pany with a gambling negro." quently kept him from many vices.
We are willing to grant that He was kept from the cup of in-
ofti4, as should be, no distinc-
0 a. as should be, no cllnc- toxication, was not allowed to
Between criminals as far as the toxcaton, was not a owe b
i- alstration oftlaw is concerned; become a drunkard, and thereby
.iat to say that the negro is supe. saved from many of the crimes
"'tit to the white man is just a little which liquor causes men to commit.
S.tp0re than ought to be said. But since his freedom he has been
'The Pensacola News criticised largely in the hands of men who
the Star editor for using such in-
S'.4temperate language and advised had no interest in his well being,
!slX m to take something to mellow either tnoral or physical, and who
his fanaticism. Instead of did not know nor have not learned
|tOrWing the advice the Star editor his nature., He has been used for
tI't oit the vJals of his wrath political purposes, and taught to
1n that paper most unsparingly.
er worming up to the subjet rink all the liquor he can pay for.
arorously. by prancing about and He is now largely in the hands of
.1`JI g sand, he squares himself unscrupulous politicians and liquor
ofianUy reiterates: venders, and in many instances ha'.
'We affirm that a white man become worthless and dangerous.
," Who violates the law by conducting
btilind tiger-knowing the evils of WILL NOT RESPOND.
^ 'il~uor,_6l-i meaner man than the WILNO .PO )
or-t iro wh engages n than the Notices were sent out a few days

) a ee of cards, shoots craps or ga- following the burning of Corad
i n any other way. Therefore Hall, a young man's dormitory at
re at (and we have no apolo- the Stetson University, asking ftn"

i 1 a blfor ind tigeta white man subscriptions to rebuild it and $112
ghtwid far more dangerous than is so far lihas been promised. It wil
negro crap-shooter."-Lake take about $5,000 to rebuild, an I
t l index. those parties who have bIeen chlitn
I '. aeditor-of the Index witness- Ing all along Unhat the University
S.iU..his own behalf, and his test, could get along without Mr. Stei
'1ony is to the effect that he is nut son's help, that money was easy i.
.'fatstical on any subject, but the get when it was wanted, should hav,
i.ght of his testimony and the gone down into their pockets and
abilityy of the witness, are mat. promptly put the cash up that i-
-i p'for the jury (the reading pub- needed. Instead, appeals were
to pass upon, and his utter- made to the public for a general
s quoted above are filed in ev- subscription. Three weeks have

SHd the editor of the Index been
',,,Ulng to be fair, he would have
di"jbted our reply to the Pensaloca
: ews in full (it was not lengthy),
.'l stead of commenting on it as he
. did, and quoting only the conclud-
|A'g paragraph. And if he had
kl..btln unbiased he would not have
rtued the Pensacola News' quo-
1 tton Irom T'a STAR into saying,
t'itimating, that the negro is
eror to the white man, (the ne,
r-race to the white race), for he
,, before he dipped his penm in
venom, that we were speaking
Individual men, and individual

Ior what we have said about
bl.tmatter we have no apologies to
r,-we know we were right-but
,,p:re orry about one thing; very.
''sorry indeed. We are sorry
a d the editor of the Index, the
tairable gentleman who "is not
uatical on any subject." took our
Pterances against the blind tiger so
heart. We did not mean the in
Os himi really we had not then
h6ard that suspicion even pointted
to him, anid we sincerely hope that
There is tno real underlying cause
' for suspicion against him, )but that
it was only his harmless crankiness
t.at caused him to make thq bad
ak and advertise himself as the
hlt doR."

The editor of the Pensacola News,
Sl. le issue of the 23rd inst. did
i'tt".attentpt to answer our reply to
.".recent harsh criticism 61 TH B'
A..' because it denounces blind
rso, but referred to it-in a mild
planner tltan at.first-and en-
t 0ped tb create 'aon impression in
minds of hi's readers that their
pr of THe STAR is sorry lie
If the News .editor will
h.ib our reply to his .fint, it'

elapsed and the lhitle'sum of $112
has been raised, about enough to
purchase the nails for the building.
Thisissquite different from the way
things were doue, when the needs
of the institution were met, when
Mr. Stetson was President of thel
Board of Trustees. He would have
ordered and put carpenters at work
the next morning rebuilding the
Hall, and would have waited for no
public subscription. Those major.
ity trustees who have been fighting
Mr. Stetson, should get in the sad.
die and take the field soliciting the
money needed. What they really
should do is to put the money up
themselves. Certainly the notice
of thle $112 collected in three weeks
for the purpose was not given to
the public with their consent.
The people of Florida, and es
pecially the Baptists, do not endorse
the course the majority trustees
have pursued in the UniversiVy
trouble; they resent and denounce
the outrageous treatment Mr Stet-
son has received at the hands of
the majority trustees, and will re-
spond to no appeal for help as long
as their benefactor is weighlttl
dotwn with a base ingratitude.--
Volusia County Record.

Some of the State papers whose
editors are so bitter against J. N.
0. Stockton have been accusing the
Miami Evening Record of being a
"Stockton organ." The Record is
a daily .visitor to the STAR office,
and, while it would certainly show
no weakness or uuworthbineas by ad.-
vocating Mr. Stockton's nomnina-
tion and election, we fail to filad
anything in it to justify its accusers
in what they are saying. The fact
is, we think, some of the TaIiaferro
organs are "skeerd" of the Record.

So nuchl of other business, prin.-
cipally old cases, has demanded the

for and unclean attack we intention of the court at the pres-
readers will consider himn eat term, that no blind tiger casus
answered, and will wert reached until yesterday morn-
is the chap who tn,'" tut before supper two of t'-e
1* "vi.W gito*,M had been convicted
and smet to jail. Others .will be
e his ttendtoed to, ".
.. d' n "" ':, ," '

Jennings, in his letter to the
voters of the State, causes Wtnie
alarm' t the cattlement. everythingg
good.to the State or the people that
hb happened since the governor
took h1t sept is now claimed as due
and belonging to w. s. Jenning,
candidate for United States Senator.

All ynchlngs are deplorualue, but
when a mistake occurs. anid the
wrong maii' life is taken, as was
the case recently in Bradford coun-
ty, it is much worse. But such
inistakes us this are liable to occur
on any such occasion.-Madison

It is concluded that in keeping No one has yet been able to ad-
with his claims, that all the young vance a single instance, with the
cattle that have come since his in- proper proof, to show that John
production into office like all others, N. C. Stocklton is not a consistent
they belong to the governor-and friend of the whole people of the
he is now likely the largest stock- state of Florida. It ib for this that
holder in the State--but the cattle- so many udmire him and a few hate
meh will not.permit Mr, Jenniings' hitu so bitterly.---Tampa I-ferald.
herdsmnen, when they appear with -
the branding iron "W. S.,J ," to J. M. Barrs is a shrewd, capable
be put on their cattle. They are man,' who has long been in the
not willing to recognize the govern- political arena, and is a host within
or's claim toall things good.- Day- himself. His ability to organize
tona Gazette-News, and bring out a full vote is well
TOCKT-ON AND BARRS. known to all Florida Democrats.

From the ashes of old Jackson-
ville a new Jacksonville sprang up),
and with remarkable rapidity grew
into a beautiful city. All Flo-
ridians, and all comers and goers
admire the beautiful city, and per-
haps no other two individuals have
done more to make Jacksonville
the proud and prosperous city that
she is, than has Hons. J. N. C.
Stockton and J. M. Barra. They
are organizers and builders of whom
no people'need be ashamed, and
whom none but the unscrupulous
need fear. In everything they tun-
dertake they show themselves able
champions of the rightsof tne conm-
mnon people, upon whom the life,
growth and general prosperity of
cities, states and nations depend.

The man who steals a railroad is
called a "financier," and is looked
up to by his fellows; the getntlemin
(?) who steals a bank is 'short in
Ilis accounts," and sometimes "goes
to Canada," bolt he who steals five
dollars, a pig, or a pair of trousers,
is a thief, and- goes to the "pen."

Any charge-that Ilh'in Stockton
did not tote fair with Call or any-
body else says the St. Petersburg
T'nies, doesn't seem ti go with anty-
body who knows him Stocktc n
is not built that way.

Brother Sherwood, of the Live
Oak I)aily Deiocr.tt announces the
coming o(if another millionaire to
Floriil to reside, and then adds:
'"Trhee'll h,.- i it of'us'down here
.after a while."

Qineisvill is d goouud place 1. r
.4v?(lthy tourist to .spend the win.
ter. Come along and 'w\- will
have a good lime.

Lieutenant-governor Tillman had
eleven lawyers.. As nine could not
save Curtis Jett, Tilliuah had a
small mnargin.-Orantge County Cit-

If tax payers were forced to take
for their property just what they
give it in at, there would be a sud-
den astonishing bounce in valua-
tion.-Orange County Citizen.

St. Augustine will hold an elec-
tion on the 17th of November to
decide the question whether the
town will be bonded for $70,000 for
sewerage and waterworks system.
-Eustis Lake Region.

it is runtored that Hoin Steve
.Sparkman will have to butt aside
a Bullock ere he again lands in
Congress. This rumor is not re-
garded with much credence, how.
ever.-Palatka Times-Herald.

John Stockton's Punti Gorda
peech makes mighty good reading
anyhow, and from the way the op-
position newspapers garbled and
misrepresentted it, we have an idea
that it hit some tender spots.-Pen-
sacola Journal.

Prof. Wood, of Suwatuee, may
be sawing "wood" and saying noth-
ing, but nevertheless the fact re-
mains that the race ior State School
Superinttendent will be between
Prof. Holloway and Czar Slheats. -
Palatka Times.Herald.

The Tampa Tribune thinks 'Bob'
Mckiamee yet inteds to surprise the
public by an announcement of
his.caididacy for Congress. "Bob"
seems determined to be a candidate
for some office at every election.-

Jacksonville metropoliss.

It is quietly rumored that Bx-
Editor Frank Walpole would like
for a stroke of lighting to h9it, him
from the t.bf O..'ti. o

C. C. -'HOMAS,
Opposite itrow.i-HoIuse.
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The man Who underestimates his
strength will have his political eye-
sight opened later on. -East Coast

The Holiness band, another or-
.ganization similar in street per.
formances to the Salvation Army,
has commenced operations in this
and Ybor City. It numbers at
presetit about twelve members, and
is headed by Mrs. S. E. Rayborii.
They are very enthusiastic, and
will no doubt do some good work
about the slums of the city. All
organizations ol this character do a
certain amount of good.-Tanipa
T- mes.

We commnniend to all whom it may
concern a short essay on successful
small farming by a Lowndes county
farmer, as reported in the Valdosta
Times: "I .make it a rule when I
go to market to bring home more
money than I carry. In other
words, I endeavor to sell in value
more than I buy, and grow every-
thing onii the furmi for miy own use
that the land will produce." There
is a volume of good, sound, horse
sense in those few words.-Florida
Sta r.

Thirteen years ago John.Alexan
der Dowie was a prisoner in Aus-
tralia, iu which country lie was
mobbed and imprisoned for preach-
ing the divine healing doctrine.
Shortly after his release from pris-
on he landed in San Ftrancisco with
less than lioo in his pocket, and
now he boasts of being worth $20,-
000,000, all accumulated within the
past nineteen itouths. The first
Elijah was fed by the ravens and
the second Elijah seems to be fed
also by the ravens. We all want
to be led by the ravens and not by
the swent of the brow as proclaimed
by the Bible.-Ocala Banner.

We wonder if the Baptists of
Florida realize how shamefully John
B. Stetson, the Philadelphia philan-
thropist, has been treated: do they
realize that this big-hearted man
has been practically robbed of the
half million dollars whichli he en-
trusted to thie Baptists of the State
for the cause of education? Not
only robbed, but is denounced for
the stand he takes to not permit
the shadow of scandal to rest upon
the institution that has been build-
ed up by his iunnificent gifts and
which bears his name. For ingrat-
itude history does not record a sint-
ilar case.-Volusia County Record.

The great Ocala editor has found
an entirely new way in which to
annihilate Stockton and secure
votes for Taliafero. The new plan
is called "Suppose," and columns
of the banner are devoted to
things that "suppose" Mr. Stock-
ton might do. Would it not be
just as well for the Ocala editor to
"suppose" for a little while just
what the people of Florida think of
him for exchanging his position
recently on matters which pertain
to the welfare of the people as
against those, of the corporations?
There might be more foot for
thought in this and more solidity
than in some things he is suppos-
ing?-Tampa Times.




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IDr. S. 11. Oidgliigs,
Dear Sir:-Will ) by return mail if you call send )onur 5oc.
bottle of Hair (Grower the Unpuralllird
(Tradle Mark) nnd if ho I will setiil ioi
a postal note for tle same. Plea.e informii
me the amount of postage if it ci Ibe
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State of l'lori,.a,
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scriber, a Notary Public, io and for the
State of I'lorila, at large, S. n B(iddings.
who being duly sworn Iy tne c l poses aind
says that the above testimonial %a' seit
to hitmn by mail by J W. lavniies, .1 minn
whiomi lie hnad never seen or heard. of,
ulso that lie h:ld no knowledge ot the
mi8n ever hiuvilng used or procured the
lUipnuralleled liair GroAer. aind ls far as
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send it, and that the iman has never re-
ceived ain thing for sending it
.*worn to antnsubscribed before ime this
12th day of November, A. D 1902.
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