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 30, 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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,VJ~~b~ ~ I A IN kSVI LI .lR.FL.ORIDA, VRIDAV, 0CTO(ill~t?30. 1903.-N



A Number of Cases Continued-
Convictions and Mistrials.


Jury Believed to Have Been
Tampered With -State Saw
It and Continued Cases.
When we nt to press Tuesday mtorn-
S ing Green Calhoun, colored, was being
tried on the charge of murder. States
Attorney Calhoun prosecuted and Attor
uey J. M, Rivers represented the defend
a.n. The case went to tihe jury soon
after noon, aind after more than five
hbora a mistrial was ainnouuced. We
learn that nine of the jurors were for
finaing the accused guilty of imanslaugiht-
er, and three were for acquittal.
The next case taken up was that of the
Stato vs. Ed J. Johuson, selling wlhiikey
in a dry.county. This case went ti the
jury About dark, and after several hours
a mnitirial was announced. The jury in
this case were F.. C. Chitty, J. 1) lhil-
lips, M. Perry, J. W. Cannon, Leonardl
Outhlie a&d W. T. Everett. All were for
conviction but Everett, and lie forced a
Thee were the only cases tried during
the day Tuesday, and both resulting ii a
mnistrial nmade it equi'volent to nothing
being stone during the day.
'THi GUt S WAurhRS CASuh.
Court convened Wednesday morning at
8:30, and the case of thle State vs. W.
Auguatus Waters, selling liquor in n dry
county, was next tnkeni up. The
jury sworn to try the case according to
the lai ald the evidence was comiipo.edl
of the following nnnied persoiin: C. I
Spivey WJ. I4odge, J. B. D vis, J. 1
Phillips, R. M. Perry, 0t. C. Toinsey.
The rtate made out a good case, amld
counsel ot both siles Clihouni aid
Thrasher for the State, and Davis for the
defenso-addressed the jury. After he-
ing out about 7 hours the iury came into
open court and reported a muist ial. All
of tile jurors were for conviction but J. It.
Davis. and be stood out against the oth-
ers for acquittal.
After announcing this u.istrial (the
second one of the liquor cases to nie t
with sqch a fate), nuni it having become
so palppbhly apparent to States .\ttornmuc
Calh6un (sand all other observers) ih -I
some of the jurymtien had been taiipeicd
with, or that they naturally hail bias for
defendants in liquor case, thie Slates At-
torney very wisely decideal to continue
the othir cases until thie spring teiu t of
the court, and to see that the defendantuis
in all .cases continued be required to give
good bonds or stay in jail. We are as-
aired that both His Honor Judge VWills
#iioI itates Attorney Calhoun (who a e
ubw on to the "racket") are deterininud
ta see tl;at Justipe is done in these liquor
Osues. Causing mistrials at this term of
the cou.t will do the defendants no good,
but will only add expense which must lie
born by the accused if they are comivictrd
at the pext term. They can nuot rea-"
sonably hope for acquittals-the cases
made ott by the State are stroug-aund
nel jurors will pass upon the evidence at
the hearings.
Attorav, a. L. Carter, representing
Oeo. I, Hogers, stated to the court that
thg lquqmr taken from Rogers by Sheriff
lqjgpgl| when he raided Rogers' place at
Wgu4, and which was being held as
ldtec* against Rogers, who is under
p ,oseeuton, had not been paid for Iby
Rogers,,but belonged'to a liquor dealer
$n Jacksonville. He asked that Sheriff
Ptnilil be instructed to ship the whiskey
( tip a*eged owner. The court granted
.the ePsrtt after Defendant Rogers andal
.ORt339 sIgned papers admlitting the
fints|wic this whiskey was being held
to prov, asd the Sheriff was ordered to
'hip (bs w~akey and take receipt from
defeadpat for same.
J. M. Martin, who sold domestic uiine
at his bome in the country, alleging that
he did not know it was a violation of the

lw, 4nd who tamely submitted to the
pourlagon the ground of i50 gallons of
the tae when informed that he was
ViOla4ng the law, plead guilty to selling
lhg In a dry county, and was fined
Iio 'ud eats, but judgement was sus-
Pmad during good behavior.
Timumons, convicted of mur-
4W tte second degree, was sentenced
*ita prison n for life.
i Buddngton, assault with intent
po00nmit murder, sentenced to State
for two years.
OaN Goedos, larceny, $ioo or three
lb In tme county chain-gang.
..'., rdl Hna, sellingliquor in a drycousn-
sai. ecsts, or eight months in the

U .' Iwhiskey with-
.,: ,uati wenat dry),

',.,,d l .. ',f. ila
.:./ l~l I.L .

With iitent to conimmit a misdelmeminor,
five sears in the State prison.
Mose Jolnsoni (tie oldl duck hunter)
wai unable to employ couniisel, and is not
considered a very bad negro, so the.court
was inclined to be lenient with him.
Lucius Gordon .is a negro' boy and
"borrowed some things" from a clothing
David Hall is a very hard case, and he
is under indictment for sell ing liquor in a
dry county in another case.
Judge Wills and State's Attorney Cal-
houn have made many lr:ends here dur-
ing the present term and will feel more
at hoine next titie,
Court adjourned for the teri soon after
dinner yesterday, and the Judge and
State's Attoruey at once left for their
respective 'homes.

Passes Resolutions on the Death of
ion. Jno. A. Ammens.
To the Honorable .1. T. Wills, Judge of
the Circuit Court of Alachua County,
We, your committee appointed to pre-
sent resolutions commemorative of the.
life and cha ameter of J. A A'minons, Esq ,
late a member of thls liar, beg leave to
present the following :
ImI :901.ul'T. NS.
Whereas, During this termi of court
the sumniunous of Ahnighty (tod called the
spirit of J A. Animnons, Esq one of the
members of the Blar of this court, from
the scene of his earthly labors, to Je-
hovah's supreme tribunal, to the sorrow
of hiis friends ind coUmpanions intt the
struggle and strife of this sphere; and
whlcreis, we are dIeply sensible of our
los- and alive tile ktueniest appreciation of
ins manilv -liar.acltr; the extent of his
L.rnllilig; his line conception of hono11;
Ilin profel-ioinal rectiltude, l. ld Ithe
aimt ill oIl hi regardl for, alild his nufilil-
ing coirtrey towiir l-A his lbotlhir hpractil-
Ioirirs iii ouir gieti prol'ufioni. There-
lore, l i It
.4-suivd, ITlh,iL in his n4V1atln the Itar ni
Ald-,lil t'ii i c amita i. s .1ila 'inea il nl irrepar-
able 'fo..-, Ili plosia sio'in-l brothers have
siilTei, ltlihe everliLIlig IL-privation of
his geniiil presence: hi i pi'lciaili intelile t
.1uid lis ihllpirinig ex.implie; rall of which
Ilnve 13.lin) tinii cs appeaile i i s as traits
wihiclh iiidhll ll ., imark th t line lainwyer
iu, cuIliure-Il .iltl'eiiiiil lie it frrtlic:r
.le-o vt-el, Timt we ex'enil to tlhe
1ilow 11l1 I f.,iuil, uf hlie cceaseil, our
*i :tanle yi' ll ,iti l, fi lthu il iia t is their
Ltiour of hleru-.nver ill. al I our assurance
thiatn \e joili wl': timl In l h111lir deep and
iiu x prcsbilhhI- surr-. a"'% i i firticrher
R,..-ul ,,Il, TIml ni t ese r.-*iltitiouih lie
spu:-i uponi thie liuine'- I. tlhis Court, a
|page of whlaiclI .lull ie h1 'tViled to tl e
imiemiory of tiht. ,iL'ccULl, mini that copica
tlie .e-of lie fuiriii~lied o l Iis family ianud
the Ilaper,- oi this couiniy.
lHicHecC'.lull)'y ulnuiiltl:dI
RimiT ), iAMS,
II ..\ T'I'lln is'ilm ,
J. .'1. RIV .'iv s,

Passes Resolutions on the Death of
lion. 5. V. Finley.
The Committee of the members of thle
lar jappointed to draft suitable resolu-
tic.us in respect to thie lnicnioiy of Siunuel
V. Finley, ,:Eaq1 IlIas he hiono7 to report
thie following:
Whereas, since the last teiasl of this
cou t, Samuel V. Fiuilcv, all old and re-
spected meitber o this liar, has passed
away, aldn it is fitting that we, who have
been autiiiately associated w itll him, atd
whlo knew hinl well, should express, and
have placed upoi thae records of thia
Court, our appreciation of his many uoble
qualities; therefore lie it
Resolved, That in the death of Mr.
Finley, this Bar has lost a kind and con-
siderate friend, this community an old
and respected citizen, and his family a.
fond and loving rditlon. )Our departed
Brother was as free from entmity amid
ialice as man ca well be. Hlie was. by
unatle, kita and loving and as exempt
front guile asI a young ehihl. Quick to
reseat what he thought an affront, when
the occasion passed all resentment went
with it. lie was familiar with the pin-
ciples of the law and took great pleas-
ure in discussing them. His power of
language was great, and he seldom used
an inappropriate word. He was a strong
advocate and a forcible speaker and de-

lighted in legal disputation. At the time
of his death, he was the oldest practic-
ing member of our bar and the president
of our County Bar Association. When
the summons came for him to go he
obeyed it without fear and without trep-
idation, passing through the dark valley
with a confident expectation of a blessed
Resolved, further, That with the con-
sent of the Court, resolutions be spread
upon its minutes, and a copy thereof be
sent to the widow .if Mr. Finley, and cop-
ies delivered to the Sun and to the Star
with a request that such resolutions be
published by them.
Resolved, further, That the members
of this Bar asmurem the wife and children
of our deceased Brother of their kindest
sympathy in their bereavement.
B. C. P. SAWvc mEZ.
W .A ; ,,...
A. '



Lulu Robinsonl Murdered in Cold



Thought Woman WouldInformn
On the Men for Selling*
SThe most dastardly murder that has
occurred in the coui.'y for years, occurr-
ed near the home of Capt 1. J. S Dpuitis,
at Bland, not far front. Alachua, a few.
evenings ago when L.ulu Robinson, a
colored womia, was shot dead in her
home. .
Justice E. Bell, of Alatchtt, held an
inquest over the remains of the murdered
woman, and oil the evidence adduced
two negro amen were arrested -Thonais
Gainey as principal and Jesse Williams
as accessory-and brought to this city
and lodged in jiil to await a colmmituent
trial by County Judge H (G. Mason. '
Pronm the best information obtainable
tat present, it seems that the men, Gaintey
and Williniam, werii e labot toi h arrested
tur selling whiskey, aid they expected
thiewoma to le a vitniess ngniust them
and in' order to iupreent her evidence
coming out deliberately tmurdlered her in
her home, in thie presee of her hntaall
children, and while her husband was
If the ment nowiinder arrest art proven
to he the guilty p.aticis they should, and
donhtlesp will pay tle penalty with their
lives, and if the men now in custody ure
not the guilty parties a IL igll.y effort
should be snande by officers ndl citizens to
space that the guilt ones ire aapprehendcdl
1nl I brought to justice.

Ladies Can Now Feel Safe.
The store formerly occupied by S. V.
Duke am at ta aioon, at te northwest cor-
ner of the square, is iin(trgoiniig a comn-
plete change, aind is being tiho-oughly
renovated preliaratory to being occupied
by Carter Brothers, who are doing a live
grocery, fruit and confee'tounry business
oni the southli de.
This stand is one of thlie best and Imost.
valuable in the city, mid l"artcr Brothers
may be exipe'ted to do a good business
there. With Cniter Brothers and their
stock of useful goods oin this ,corner, and
Johnson Brothiers, the Iopnlar druggists,
occupying the Williaiiis' former saLloon
stand at n near-by orniter, the city %ill
present quite n illTfferent a|ppeartIce to
what it did when these corners were liq-
uor stands, and ladies can now feel safe
when passing the corners.

Sheriff Fennel! and Whiskey
Sheriff lrenuell has been 'getting a
wholelot o'cussin' of late, but hisshonhld-
ers are broad and hlie can stand it. The
sheriff and ills efficient deputies have
been rain' in blind tiger liquor agoln'
an' acomnin', and, of course, they have
made for themselves a few enemies and
many friends
The sherifT who makes no enemies
makes a mighty poor officer. The liquor
people have decided that the one great
trouble with 'ennell is, lie won't let
whiskey alone. Every good citizen of
the county should s'ind by the officers in
their attempt to have thle violators of the
law brought to justice.

Visits First Charge.
Rev. I,. W. Moo e, editor of the Plor-
ida Christlai Advocate, preached In St.
Johns county last Sunday, near St. Au-
gustine. It was there where Mr. Moore
had his first charge in Florida-more
than twenty years ago-and where he of.
ten went on foot and waded deep water
to reach his appointments. Some of the
boys and girls to whom he preached there
more than a score of years ago heard hini
preach last Sunday, as did, also, so-me of
their boys and girls. Mr. Moore enjoyed,
the visit among members of his congre-
gations of long ago, and the people seem-
ed to appreciate his visit to them.

Committee F.el. Easy.
The Publishing Committee of the
Florida Christian Advocate held a meet-
ing here on Wednesday, the 2Rth, which
was very satisfactory in every rn:. pect.
While no contracts were made for the fu.
ture publication of the Advocate, yet such
proposals were received that the commit-
tee was made to feel .very easy as to the
future of the Advocate.

F resh meats, groceries and vegetables
Call, send me your order or 'phone for
what you want. J.G. Harrold, 'Phone
No. 25.

Martin L. Williams, Brilliant t.awyer
In Trouble.
Aicr:li i (tt 2 ,- Mtani% r .M ir tili ,.
\Villiamus lhiU' liv herlh lset from Arcillia
siuce' -miilday minIm iing. Ie took it north.
bounld tra ni antid Ias not becim Itien'rdl of

ltiany. of his friedils were under thie li-
piession that lihe had .gone -to Tauipa to
emuplov counsel to represent him in his
disbarmeut suit instituted by State Attor-
ney Phillips, but it is now conceded that
'he has skipped the country fearing the
action of thie grand jury.
STIle motioimfor the disbarment of Wil-
liamis from the practice of law 'in the
State of Florida was presented to Judge
J. II. Will today by State Attomey II. S.
Phillips. It was show that a notice of
the presentation of tile nMotion loday
with a copy thereof had been presented
to Willilams previous to his departure, by
Sheriff T. E..Felder, and that he had
wilfully absentted himself frotn the court
and manifested no inclination to refute
The 'court accordingly adjidg himan
guilty of forgery and falsifying the bill of
exceptions filed with the Supreme court
in the case of Isaiah V. Cooper,"munrderer,
and ordered his disbarnment from the
practice ol law i:i Florida.
It is expected that criminal prosecution
will be instituted against the ex-attorlm y,
through the action of the grand jury inh
thme matter is awaited. In the miteantiinie
anly infoiluatioll concerning his where-
abouts is looked for with interest. The
entire town in incensed nt the nction of
its chief executive.
Mrs. \Williais, wlho is pinouoItced a
most excellent anill aunihle laily, lines tile
sympathy of the entire conununity, andd
has friends who will see that her every
w mnt is adhinistered to.-Taumpa Tribune.
It seenis thai a brilliant Florida lemino-
cratic lawyer iiiid office-hohlder is in seri-
ous trouble. Willimnis' nations have been
a great sui prise to most iloridainnis whi.
know hm, aiind all will symuipathize wvithl
his good wife. Hut, if tIe dishiarredi Inw-
yer is guilty as charged lie deserves what
has conicme to hium, if no more, and States
Attorney Phillips deserves to lie |italdse
for showing-up the ex-attorney's corrupt
It is barely probable that Willinuis is
tIe only lawyer in Florida who should be
cisbairred, and it is to lie hoped that
States Attorney P'hillips' aetlit will stini-
ulate other States Attorneys to investi-
gate their surrounilings.

Mr. Rhodes ls Popular.
Thle many friemiid( of Mr. J. L'. Iliodes,
a stockholder in the firm of R. M.
Hiuglies & Co., manufacturers of ciders
and vineganis, Louisville, Ky., arc con-
gratulatiag hnium on his recent elevation
to the presidlcncy of the firui.
Mr. Rhodes is a popular young mtan of
Indiaim, who married Miss Vilnin Pe.-
tris of High Spiings several years ago,
since which time High Springs, and later
Gainesville, hlas been two of his places of
WVe premstue Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes will
now remove to Louisville, and the best
wishes of their mauy ligh Springs and
Gainesville friends will follow then.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua (County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties, of the office to the very best of pay
ability, asd I solicit the support of all
voters at Ithe polls.
Respectfull: C. Miil.

'ory Faga n's aor best leat,
W. I), lilitch, of High Sirings, was In
the city Wednesday.
D. C. Reinhardit, of W. u' was in the
city Wednesday.
II. C. Ray o. High Springs visited
Gaiueswille Tuesday.
Mlalory Horn, attorney at law, Jasper,
was inl the city yesterday.
Capt. H, A. Ford has returned from a
business trip to Tallahabsee.
Deputy Sheriff Curl of Archer, was

S. IL. Bilanton and M. M. May were in
the city Wednesday from forest Grove.
Fletcher King of St. Augustine, was
greeting old fr.end in thecity a few days

Capt. J. W Carter, one of Micanopy's
leading citizens, was in the city Wednes-
Geo. R. lfilis, the fertilizer man, has
returned front a business trip in South
Mrs. James Holder, an estimable lady
of Rochelle, was shopping in the city
I ueday. .
Capt. J. S. Dupuis, of Bland, was cross-
ing palms with Gainesville friends
John Hester, merchant of Evinston,
was in the c:ty Tuesday and Wednesday
on business.
S. W. Iang of Dutton, spent several
days in the city this week attendfag cotit
ao a witness.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
et ct. a* rulded or s2 or 5
A. IL aper, *W; pi and organ

Geo. K. Robinsou, 0 Ocala, a ti..h l 4 4.4W" W'- ---
guest of his brother Walter G. Robinlson,
this city, Tuesday. ve
(;iddin<'i litir Grower does the work. MV
For S.tle hiv Ir. S. It. l.iddings, (aines. v
ville, nd in I hPowoffice Dlrugo tore. High
Spri, ,,,la. 'u, t r In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
".IC 1 1itighly specteding "up-to-date" Shoes or e '
'ien ,; Jou.,sville, was a business visitor Wmen and Children, t popular
Stilhe city wediRaday. Womenand Childrenat popular
lou. .T' i. \Willard, mitember of the prices and of the best makes.
l, t islature wa.s in thi city yesterday m
fonnia hiM home at (isceola. ril
\Ve waitt you to come and look at "our' W c
net patterns in chiina, for inl no other i'
wayi yow lowf eaiwic, igt. t.e uStly Particular attention to the Ladies
Mr. John C Trice, editor Atid publisher "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
of ti' Tull siimsee puat of tlhe tay Wednesday in.the clty.
I Ft)R SALtr., A eitutiful soda fount, J D D aut_
in p-rfectr.dei,'r, a'lvry cheap.-Any-- J. D M athL esonr,
one wishinig aIt hargitn shottld come to
The Star olire and -see this.fO0.ui t .. tf
Mrs. L. Iatchell of High Spings, hoe and Letlei t OainBlleiille, FI B.
passed through t'tie city Wednesday enl
r-ute to althlka, where she Viits friends.4 o*i 4 0 l .. *^ 4. oA ^w03W i*
Ot'iSn' slio-s atre, iislirisl.itis l for 'aarn if', t

style and durability, and tite prices are as
low ais thle lowest. Visit our shloeflepart
mient before ptirchamsing elsewhere.
L. C: SMrIiT.
SMiss RImilhie-l Smilith, after apldiing
thi suminii r with elilaive-s and frienmils in
the N1 Ithi, Ir-tunted holiii! a few diaysago
I1 yvoi' hair Is becoming thin try Gid-
iig.mas niilsar d lrk'd I lltr t('rowcr. For
sale h i .,r. S. ", i. idhlii gs, m aileusmille,
and the 'ostoflice Ilrug .Store, Iigh
Mr I'. I'i. dGodwin, one of the proim-
ineut uierchalnts of High Springs, aits
trapsactilig business in tile city Wednes-
If it is Job hprirtilmlg you walt just aseind
your order to the atar. It will have
prompt attention, and work unii prices
will suit you. tf
M. U. Jacksoni, merchant at Williford,
after spending several days with lils
parents, Mr. aunii Mrs. I.. W. Jackson,
thins city, retumiedi to illiford Tuesdahiy.
1Bring uis your cotton, and price our
goods. If you eia do d better elsewhere
than with us, no hairn done, but give us
a trial. tUp. W'. I'Faist-ilini 0 Co., Hligh
.'prnigs, Ia.
Capt. J. .1. lIturr, Mr. P'. C. Chitty,
Mayor J. II 1'rnatLor, anid otilher proinhient
citizens uof Mieanopy, have bees attend-
ing coult there tlis week as witnesses and
If you have a liouse, or tooei, or set of
rooitun to rent, advertise same in The
Star. If uut are too busy to come to the
oilice just 'phone us tine wording of your
ad. Our 'phone is No. 86.
Mrs. W. I). Willliune, wife of Conduc-
tor Williams of the Atlantic Coast Line,
passed throughL tie city Weldneisday enl
ionte to Jacksoniville, where site went to
visit friends.
Inve yot tripled lidlingm' I air Gtrower?
Others have tried l It salit ionouncedl it
gooil. F'or mile atd. It. (.lidiungs' Drug
Store, Store, Iligh Springsu
After a few days visit to Mrs. W. B.
Taylor, this city, liss Viola Harris, tthe
accomiplishlied and charming daughter of
Flditor Frank IHarrin, of Ocala, has te-
turiilt hione.
Just received-na beautiful Ilue of cut
class, the very thtilg for wedding and
anniversary gifts. Vou will also ltudl a
nice line of silverware and Jewelry IIn our
jewelry dlepirtuinelut.
Rev. J. 1'., Ilillhurnii, of Ocala, niil Rev.
I. S Paltteeson, of D[Uae City, were In the
city Wednesday, in attenuihnce upon tlhe
meeting of the Publishing Connilttee of
the Florida Chrlsiian Advocate.
Parties who have wieen in the city this
week from that section of Columbia
county adjoining Alachuia on the north,
say that the people there are for Stock-
ton for Senator, ai rs for Congreeas and
Mays for Governor.
Rev. J. II. Holley, pastor of the First
ilaptist church, is attending the nlaptist
Association at Withlacoocheie, and in his
absence Rev. W. J. Carpenter of the
Methodist church, conducted the prayer
meeting at the Baptist church last night.
Giddens' Unparalleled linkr is all that its inamne implies. It cures
dandruff stopM falling hair and produces
new hair. t is an excellent hairdresser.
For sale at S. i. Ghiddhing's Drug tStore,
oainesville, amnd the I'ostofl ce Drug Store
High Springs.

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Twice-A-Week Star.

Your Chickens, Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Couittry .Pro-

Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce. and fell us
Cheap as the. Cheapest.

"U when yoif WttiJICg

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TH1IS PAPER is published in the inter-
est of the Moral, Business and Political In-
terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
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Wml. M. Stewart. of'Nevada, a
"Blushing" Bridegroom,


S senator Stewart Is Patriarch, Wealth-
lest Man in United States Sen-
.ate and Friend of the South,
Though Staunch Republican.

William M. Stewari, the patriarchil-l,
W blto-hafred senator from Nev'ad x,
-w.' Who Is 70 years old. Andri who has worn
'. bis'toga longer than iny living mem-
; ber of the tuppor houte 1t congress,
was married In a private parlor at the
Piedmont hotel, In Atlanta, Ga., Mon-
day evenl:.g, and the woman who be-
came his wife in that edmple, quiet
I" wedding was Mrs. May Agnes Coteo.
Judge Thomas M Norwood, of Ba-
vannab., as the "bet man" at the
'i, ceremony and the ottly other wit-
nesses were Btato Titasurer Robert PI.
., Park and wife, lion. Clark Iowell and
the minister who performed tihe cere-
imony, Raev. H. S. Bradley, of 'Irlnity
iMethodist church.
Judge Norwood served for six years
In the United States, senate with Sn-
s tor Stewart in thei early seventiles.
S The announcement of this event will
be received with interest all thei co(im-
try over, for In mnny ways Senator
S .Stewart Is one of the most consple.
uoUB as well as popular men in the na-
a tonal legislature, while his bri'lode has
)oQ been a social favorite at the na-
tloaal capital.
Senator Stewart is reputed to be
ote of the richest men in the s3na;.,
nd is the patriarch of that diatin-
'' iullshed body. Their wedding was the
cultaination of a courtship compara-
tvely brief. Since her husband's
46:, dath, some nine years ago, MIs.
C. 11one hs spent hote time alternately
i In WaShiagton, D. C., and- Madison
0'%3. 6Itile iattet' place she lived with
..ew 5iioGr In law. Mrs. Joel L. Billups
h only daughter ot the late Prancls
.. one, and her life there W*a mor
ii less .quiet. In Washington, how
*'ver,,' 116 sh*e was seen much in ocietly
'J, In the foremost circles of the
; taju she numbered her friends by

m o DI cus i VS TMs B TD tr01 THSYIR C H; (%|{ nF nnt UIOfR

Important Conventlotn Is Called to Or- L G
tier In New Orleans, Depslitors of Three St. Louis Banks
Reoolved. to appeal to the federal Become Suspicious arid.,iaugu an
government for adequate aid to leveS rate a Lively Run. Against Atlanta Lawyers and
both banks of the MisslsslppI river and YOekr
to maintain such levees at maximum From-shortly before 1 o'clock Tuo- 'arty in. New York,
grade, thereby making'poasible the -e-day til the alas hour-3 o'cloc- ----
clmatIlon and protection of the ailu- day'1nt. l the losing hour-. ocloCit-
vial lands and improving navigation, .runs were made on the dpes-NTERVENTIONSARE FILED
the largest and mo.1t Influential con- its of three bankb of Sr 1.ouls. and aI INTERVENTIONS ARE FILED
vention ye( held in the valley con- t.he same time more than-tho ordinary
vened in New Orloans Tuesday when amount of withdiiawals by depositor.
Presldenti Charles Scott called the In- were notlcL o bI In the ofhler bankin g tookhlders of Two Defunct Building
terstate Mississilppi River Improve- wranotin and Lon Aessoolationa Charge
meantt and Levee Assoclation to order. nThu run, so fat as 1t can-be traced, Perpqtration of a
The occasion was otherwise a notable was started by a disquieting rumor Frapd.
one because of lhe direct annouce- from the outside that seeoomed 1o
month by the pretlAent of the Unit,-vi strike St. Louis shortly after noon to .
States of hi syatpathy with the move- the effect that uho cravings Institutions Charging that W. A. Witmbish, of At
ment h1ill the convention proposes named were unsoun.d. With a rush for, lanta, sland Bird M, Robinson, of New
SThei delegates represented eight to the corridors of the Lincoln' Trust' York, are made residuary legatees of
ten RiRsts of the Mlsslassippi and Ohio Company, the Mercantile Trust Com- the estates of the Atlanta National
val ad ded governors, ena- pany and the Mississippi Valley Trnet Bhilding and Loan Asboclation and the
tors, members of congress, high rail- Company were Alled with men and w- Bouthern Home Building and Loan As-
road ofmcals and representatives of men, all eager to withdraw their men. sociatna, two exceedingly salty inter-
commercial exchanges and love ey. The scene in any one bank was ventions were filed In the dfice of the
board. duplicated In the other two. A line clerk of the United States court at At-
Soa of people with bank books in their lanta,. Ga.; Tuesday.
TROUBLE IN CONGO STATE. hands and faces eagerly scanning th The- petition seeks to recover for
little windows of the bank tellers the stockholders a ciim that will
United States is Watchlng -Affairs Ow- stretched out Into the streut and Inl amount to mqre than $90,090, accorl-
Ing to Presence of Americans. termlngled were policomen and bank Ig to the d4laratiop, and which is
Although not directly involved, the officials counseling calmness and giv- alleged to be now in the hands of W.
atate department at Washington is Ing assurances of solvency. A. Wimblsh or under his control. The
watching with interest the quarrel be. It otated that the rumor that petition alleges that there was collu-
tween the Britloh foreign office andi started the run care from Chicago. ion among the attorneys and that the
the aflmlinistration of tOo Congo FPre and was to the effect that two diruc- assets of the two companies were not
State, which has led the former to do- tors of the Mississippi Valley Truat properly valued when sold to the Na-
mand a reconstruction and reforma- Company had recently endeavored to tional Finance Company of New York.
tilon of the administration of thq 'rTco negotiate a loan of $2,000,000 In that It is further alleged that no record
SILte. cit; arid had been refused, of such company'E, existence wds
The king of Belgium Is .the titular This rumor was pronounced an at). found, and that Wimblah and Rdbln-
head of this state, and he has suppill,.i solute canard by the directors con- son used it as a dummy to get pos-
the state department with a detasioj corned. As soon as the runs started session of the remaining assets of the
answer to the charges made agalnrt all other business was laid asede and two building and loan companies. Pe-
the Congo administration by the Brit- every facility afforded for prompt pay- titioners state that they have searched
lih government. These charges are ment of deposits. The clause which the records of New York financial
that Congo has been guilty tf malad- gives the bank -the privilege of with. compantle and that they failed to find
ministration, of gross cruelty to the holding payment until sixty days aft-r any record of the one that Iid In aaJ
natives and of bad treatment of the notification was waived and amounts secured the assets, or some of them,
missionaries. The state e apartment is were paid rapidly, regardless of their of the building aInd loan companies,
particulesrly- Intereste4 in the last size. There was no disorder manil- Among the charges contained In
charge because Americhn missionaries feasted at any of the Instilutione, and the declaration are the following:
are among 9e ifferrs, In many cases depositors who had hur- That Ellls, Wimbish & Ellis, of At-
- 'ried to withdraw amounts departed lanta, were the attorneys for each of
h WKNTZ'S BODY POUND. without their money, after having con- the building and loan associations that
S ---.. vdrsed with the officials and had bo an went into the hands of receivers. That
e 8uch In Report Sent Out from Bristol, confident that the bank would con- prior to the appointment of the receiv-
. Tennessee-No Details Given. tinuo to do business, ers W, A. WimblEh withdrew from Lne
, A report has been received In Rich- At the Missottri Truti Company .i firm, with a view o' controlling all
Smoend from Bristol that the body of IE. number of depositors -had collected litigation that would arise in the pre'n-
y L. Went, the young Philadelphia mil. to demand payment, hut the crowd laes. That Wimblsh was, ihy agroe-
llonalre, who disappopred some ten soon thinned out, and before 3 o'clock nient among the attorneys and with
h days ago, has been found nla iso the incipient ruin nad ceased. Pr-3l the consent of at least one of tiho dil-
I. county. First it was thought that dents of the different national banfi rectors of each company, to uame the
f -Wents had left the country because assembled during the afternoon and men who should be appointed ecelv-
d his parents objected to a marriage ho lassued a statement in which tl,.-y amr era of the assoclatons.
proposed, a search was immediately nounced that the banks of Ft. I.o.11i That Ellis & Elllis remained ap att-
. begun In which thousands joined 1o are perfectly solvent anti amply nabl' Lornoys for the two loan companies
g get the reward of $25,000 that .was to liquidate all demands, and that Wimblah was appolt)ped at.
a offered. All the banks -(lo --.d at 3 iclo -i, torney for the receivers, with full pow-
l Day And night the search continued, the usual hour. and announcement er to control all litigation hat might
e and-it Is.estimated that 10,000 people made that they would open Wednes- arls.' That after a certain per cent
e were on the search when news that day morning at the stinal hour, 10 of the assets of the companies had
s his body had been found was receive-'. o'clock, and would meet all deman.Is buen collected and distributed, Wim-
5 There as yet no details as to the made. bish had the United Statqp court to'
t manner In which he came to his death. grant an order making R. 0. Alston
e COTTON SPECULATOR SUICIDES. and B. H. Hill masters, to investigate
h SHOTS AIMfED AT DrIAZA7 and rtn -rnnt in, hiti., ,- r t ....pl aq.

Senator Stewart Is said to be wort]
'-' ut $25.000,000, most of which lm
,uense fortune is in liver mines, o
i iI hIch he owns some of the largest anit
" ,..#cheat In the world.
', tt what makes the senator of In
,'ere'* "tt to the south sla th'-u unfailini
friendship for southern Interests hi
)has always exhibited in his senatoria
career. He first entered the senate
4a 1864, serving two terms. For thu
two succeeding terms he laid aside hii
toga, but at the expiration of thil
time he was again chosen to represent
i,' s state in the upper house. He la
Spow serving the fifth year of bhl flfth
During his service in the senate hf
b .' championed on many occaeloni
'he interests of this section, notable)
."'4'4t the aid he lent In defeating ibh
1 o y e' bill, which he acrompllshou
.',itfig in concert with Senator Gor
wIra, though Senator Btewart himeol
^.I.a' rEpublican and just now an ardeii
N.ovelt maIn.




"Elijah the Becond" Admits Being the
Son of a British Army Officer.
In a broken voice with tears stream-
I' g down his face and lils body shak-
, lng .with emotion, John Alexander
SDowle. millionaire, and fself-styled "Ell-
3;ah the Second," stood on the plat-
tbrm in Madison Square Qarldea. New
'.York, Monday night before an audl-
.Once of 10,000 persons and announced
aI .t in truth he was not the eoh of
S.hn. Murray Dowle, of Essex, Iowa,
b,,'., whom lie takes hla patronymics,
i,."t that his father was a British army
i ', eer dof high family by a "Scotch"
lB'.iarriage. Ho heaped villlficatlon and.
,.'tnunelaUton upon John Murray Dowlo
i..' .hom he declared had made his moth-
r believe her marriage to Dowlq'-
tltthIr was shameful, and the army
a eer, having been taken away by
relatives, hbls mother In the first flush
her shame sought to give her son
2tiie by marrying John Murray


mond Bays Majority of Irishmen
4 In America are Unhappy.
'SBpeakltg' at Ktilarney Sunday.
| Redtnond, tha Irish leader, do-
.itjred.the 'aeb had arrived to start a
4 A pgn- gaS#Sfat t emigrttion. Ono
':cause of emigration, that ought to be
.. removed, he satd, was the exaggerated
,V prospcts held out to Irish boys and
girls If they went to America. lie cril.
listedd Andrew Carnegles recent speech
.Watorford and said the poorest ia-
l r of Kerry was happier than tbe
B olty -of Irish workingmen In the
all States


i .11 Is BStarted by Governor Tero


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Supposed Drunken Mexican Creates
Great Commotion at Guanajuato.
Great excitement was caused Tues.
day by what looked like an attempt on
the life of Presidept Diaz, of Mexico,
who was the guest of th9 state govern-
ment during the festivities at GOuana.
Juato. The president, his staff and,
guests were riding In a street car,
when a man of the lower class by the
name of EI]l Toscano approached the
oar, shouting, and fired five shots from
a revolver at the car, doing no harm.
The police quickly took Toscano to
prison. He is a man with a bad crimi-
nal record and was but recently r.e-
leased from prison at Oreanditas,
where he had served a term for homi-
cide. A theory is that Toscano was
drunk and another that lie deliberate-
ly planned to shoot the (chlof magis-


Was Chased Over Two Continents
and Finally Landed In Chicago.
After a chase lasting fourteen
months and in which two continents
were traversed with a detective In
pursuit, John Morrison, aslstant cash-
ler of the Northampton bank of Lon.-
don, charged with embezzling mo'-o
than 00,000, has booeen captured In
Chicago. He was conducting a Jov-
eiry store. under the name of Hlenry


Receiver of Land Office in Oregon Un.
der Indictment.
The United Statoe grand jury .it
Portland. Orepon, has returned in in.
dictment agalnst A- B. 'Thomttpstt
receiver of the land offie at I.:%
Grande, that state. The intlicltit l *n
charges Thompson with soliciting
money to Influence his official decjlit,:t.
for approval 4for hoinostouead altpilh.
tons which had been held upi for
Insufficiency of proof.
The Interior doparntiout liss hal
agents In the state for- many ntonthi
past Investigating alleged frautls III
the entry of public lands.


6 p.d O 3,100 is Raised. The Tennessee Preebytvrlan Synod
enthusiastic m1eting Tultsdlay Holds Forth at, Memphis.
0t promlent citizens ,.f M if The Tennessee synod met in Mort-
ch oat pmi t c]ized b f i 1 lis Tuesday night'and during the sea-
lch was called by ov.rnt :. salons will take up the scheme for con.
or the purpose of arranggi ng, tlihdating the Southwestern Prajby-
r raising money to build ith. terlan university at Clar1fsville, Tenn.,
buluidig at the St. Louis fair, atnd the Columbia Theological semi-
ives t t.o cause. nary In CIdtluIa, S. C., and establish-
en, tothe ause. a million dollar university at At.
latt(a, Ga.
.I .-Brown, the New Or-eans cotton
MurdetedHeajid, Cutng king, In st latemenut, declares that
. -Out, Decalared Void. French money was tsed to make his
i Marcus, at Buffalo, N. Y., famous corner and that It will result
(wn a decision by which in a permanent higher price for the
-ifdow of Edwin I,. Bur- feo~y tailWe.
Ptu control of the .. "nAg-q 1q been no change In the
Husband. PFar mittteroaltuatUon. War between
..'a Inthe in Japan aldittsl *r ecims probable.
<, The K i Wter-led Kr 4s ithe alleged BS.
I K ls bIoui bpt.dleG wu h.4 pai bona-
U i a'l L --* n -

Was on Bear Side and Couldn't Stand
Strain of Losses.
James Swearingen, president of the
Phoenix oil mills at Dyersburg, Tenn,
and also largely intoroute'i in oil mills
In Memphis and Walnut Ridge, Arc.,
committed suictle Tuesday In a most
tragic manner. Shortly after dinner
he took an ovorduso cf laudanum and
soon thereafter sent a bullet, Into his
Swoaringen had been spedulating
heavily In cotton, akling the hear sid".
and Tuesday remarked to his wife
that he could no longer stand the
Though rated at about two hundtid
thousand dollars, Swearingen's lossnsk
evidently preyed on his mind. and
Monday's bulge in th1e totto' t market
temporarily unhingod his mindl.
Relatives refucio to any to what ex
tent he had invested, but It Is not be.
lived that the throo oil mills are In-
Mr. Swoaringon was one0 of the mont
prominent men In his section, and hli
suicide created a tremoudoiua sonti-

Negro Convicted for Rioting.
At IC,-ansvjllo, Ind., Tiiosday, WVor-
ley 13urrie, a negro, was convicted for
ailing part In the riot last Jily. 'he
penalty Is from one to fourteen yea's
In the stale prison. Burris la the
fourth man thus inr convicted.


Made By Creditors of Southern Car
arid Foundry Corporation.
The creditors of tlho Soutlihrn Car
and Foundry Company mit Monday in
the United States court nt Chatta-
Receivor Bush, of 1Hirminghantn w,.i
present and made It verbal report on
the con'ltlion of the company. saying
the receiver wokild probably he able 'o
mike a complete report ty Peuntbir
1. His sattmomtits coUictin seine n-
yore reflections utipon the nainiigoniont
of the company. Tha creditors- tl,(I'ild
by vote that the recovers slottild have
a right to continue the operation


Great Exciteme.it and Activity Ruled
Monday in New York Market.
There was great xpcte(nticit nail an
tivity at the otlinuiag ifr the'1 cuionn
market in New York Monday. Mto-'
or less general frosts had b en rt-pori.
ed in the cotton lielt i\vor Saturday
and Sunday and with Liverpiool Mona
clay morning exhiluling giivat irntmnc-s
There was a rnro of sho't-Is LIh.t
started prices somine 2u to 4 points


American Agent 0oaunts Seven Trains
Bearing Czar'a Fighter*.
United States Commercial Agent AtM.
M. Langhorne la at present in St. Pe-
tersburg on his way- b Ik to Amcri|ea
from Port Dalney, the new poat on
the eastern short -of the Lloa Tufrg
pentisula, aboqt 90 :*i tQq# Pq
Arthur. out | e.tr r-
trip fcja
fh trin%,"

pu .u ort.tin tne va ue ot trie real es-
tate and other securities owjord by tie
That Wimbish was the only man
who was In position to know the real
value of these possessions. That the
masters did not have the direct tesil-
mony of any of the stockholders bP-
fore them, but derived their decision
from the Information furnished them
through Wimblsh.
That when their report was filed in
court. Wimbish appeared and filed a
proposition from the National Finance
Company of New York to purchase
these assets of the two companies.
That the same attorney recommended
to the companies that the offer of the
finance company be accepted. That
It. was accepted and the assets sold to
the finance company.
That an investigation in New York,
In the regular channeTs of such infor-
nmatlon', falls to reveal the existence
of any such corporation as the Fin-
ance Company, and that the petition-
ere believe that W. A. Wimbish and
Ulrd M. Robinson compose the "coal-
pany." and that tney bought the asseot
und',r a scheme to make a profit ror
themselves o'.tt of the transaction.
That shortly hfter the appointment of
W. A. Wimhlsh as attorney for the re-
ceivers of each "of the nasociatlonq,
the firm of Ellis, Wimbish & Ellla was
reao tablushod, but that Ellis & Ellis
continued to sign as counsel for de-
fondants and Wimblsh as counsel for
the receivers.


Farmer Kills His Children Because
Wife Had Li-ft Him.
Near Marion, Ind.. Saturday, J.eslo
McClure, a farm hand. murdered hin
two sons. aged (i and 7 years.
WVhilu a mob wan TnrmingI to rup
ture anti lynch htim, .bM Cltr drove o11
a run to MarIon ai g KJu hiln-irf up.
lie has been s"croted by Lthe antwtr.-
McClure admitted tho ntidanlr of his
two children. andi sal Id hhad kill'- I
them because his wifn hand loft him
and refuiad to see him.


Given Vsrd it Ir* Damage 8ilt in Sum
of Fifty Thousand Dollars.
Mrs. Catherine Rarddy, or Yonkers,
has been awarded a vnrdilrl of rinr.n'lit
In a stilt for $10O,o0n damages, against
the New York Cenlral railroad, trinald
before Bupreme Court Jidge (laynor
Mrs. Reddy was hadly Injured In a
wreck of the Now York (Ontral n-ar
Niagara Fails.



ngiland Nameg RepruentatlvV to Notled Mlt.,itlouMirHit the Questof In
s*uceed l"to Mihael Herbert terstato falf AsIsooatlon-An
at Wahhiteron. Ovation Tndwersd Him;

A Lqndon peclal sayO: The. Afo- William .-Randolph Hearst, multi-
clated Press is able t, announce the journalist, visited Atlanta, Ga., as the
App0tntment of JLlr Henry Durand, guest of the Interftato 'air Asocla-
preaent British ambassador at Madrid, ut st n te r
Spain, as British ambassador Lo the tioe FIJ&5YS
United. States, to succeed the late Sir The prominence which Mr. Hea-rst
Michael IHerbert. has attained as tL[ proprietor of three
The eralectin. of Sir Henry to suc- great American newspapers, The New
ceed Sir Michael Herbert was a ur- York American, The Chicago Amer-
prie to most epople nl London, chief- The hi ago Amnr,
y because he has never had any oM.- can and The 3n Franctsqo Examiner,
cial connection with .Wahington. as president of the Federation of Dem-
The Associated Press leanbs that ocratic Clubs and a leading democrat
Sir Henry has frequently expressed chosen 49 congressman from his dl-
great liking for Americans, tud a de- hsr 0on f o h
sire to go to the United States. His trict In New York, and one who has
promotion comes more or less in the beon frequently mentioned as a preal-
ordinary course of diplomatic changes, donlial possibility, naturally made his
but one of the strongest recommends. vialt one of unusa-l Interest and Im-
tlons which appealed to iforelgn Bee.- portance, and Ihero were many who
retary Landsdowne was Sir Henry's desired to see and speak with him anti
reputation of being an excellent law- to shake his hand.
yer. A similar qualification had much Accompanying Mr. Hearst were Con-
to do with the late Lord Pauncefote's greasman J. M. Griggs, of the second
selection. Georgia district, and Max P. Ibmsen,
The new ambassador will epeedily of The New York American, his per-
bid farewell to the Spanish court and sonal representative.
proceed to the UniteLd States without After registering at the hotel Mr.
aelay. I Hearst met and shook hands with a
A Washington dispatch says: The hundred or more well known Atlan-
significant and Important feature of tians and newspaper men from all
the selection of Sir Henry Mortimer parts of the state who were In the
Durand, British ambassador at Mid- city for Newspapor Men's day at the
rld, as ambassador to Washington, Is fair.

the fact that It is the first 'dme the
Brltlsh government has sent an am- |
anssador directly to Washington.
Heretofore the American capital has
been looked upon as a pstL ranking
'at the font of the embassIes, hence it
has been the custom to promote a min-
later to the embassy to be ambassador
at Washington So the action of the
British government In this case marks
a growing sense of appreciation of the
Importance of Washington as a diplo-
matic post.

od .. ,,,m'rinpit ha srran gd
Blasts Cause Cave-in and Ten Work- ftr the rnlurn from Msltro to Ie, I u-.
men are Crushed to Death. is for trial of (Charlei .1 Krali
The total tf lives lust la the gian.- The ,unstilttolren of Muslr>, marukng
i1o undertiklngi to provide Now York IIti "tiNspabl Ui mirrnradar fugltivos
org with rapid Iranall, known aS b4 t from this ruirnilry rharglai with brib,
"subway," 'as materially added sto ry 'ommlttel prior to the nasollatigkm
Saturday aJght when srle of blasts Of the i* straal4lnn treaty, the Ia0 e
looeeped many tons of reek which fell de'aaftmunt has 0atal1l upmon. th Mf,5
90, 11 0.4 of men ee96ag4 at work In Oese 'verIt5met to ,srrtfdr i tiki ui1
ee. Tea Set s1* tr klled 4 4 of S eOn&t01 ye qSuJ pI

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One Stumbling Blook Is Removed by
the Colornblan Congrees.
C("bile aldvlers reelvpld in Paris Mon-
day frnm iPglota annoumnren thai ...

Maryland Senator Harshly
Criticises the President,


Chief Executive nla Acused of Showing
Perniloous PartIsanahip and of
Forcing Raoe lseue to
the Front.

SIn a remarkable speech delivered
Saturday at 7lKtgland, Howard conin.
ty, Marylapd,, p..ator Gorman lhans.-
dled President Roosevelt without
gloves, criticized him for Interfering
In Maryland politics and referred to
him In such terms as "czar" and "sam
In all previous public utterances Sen-
ator (orman has been noted for ins
conservatism, but in saturday's spf.rch
he seemed to have thrown all reserve
to the winds and attacked the presi-
dent of the United States in no uncer.
tain terms. Among other things, Mr
German said:
"Unfortunately the president of ilthia
United States has forced thile race :a.
sue to the front. The Anglo-Saxons
made the laws. They conquered the
English and they conquered the In-
dians. No other race but the white
race shall ever have possession of this
country. That sensible man of the
colored race, Booker T. Washington,
has given bis people some good ad.
vice. He has told them that politin
demoralizes them.
"I speak of the president of the
United States with the greatest re-.
spect, as all should. I criticize his
public acts because his acts and hls
speech go from one end of the country
to the other and determine foreign
affairs. The white men of the south,
who -are reputable men, of that sec-
tion, the thoughtful men of the north i
know that no greater crime was ever
perpetrated on this country than the
enfranchisement of the negro.
"The supreme court of the Unlite1
States, which is composed almost ex-
clusively of republicans. recognize
that the safety of.Lhe home, the proe-
perlty of the south, demanded that
the organic laws of southern states
must be changed, that the negro
should not be gifted with authority
which he did not knpow how to use.
"With the Imietuoaltv hardly wor-
Ihy of a youth in a-small common. '
the president of the United States .ud
denly one morning brought to the
front this race question, which th-
people were settling quietly and or
derly, by inviting Booker Washington
to dine with him in the white house
"This act was Interpreted by the
whole colored race a meaning not
only political, but social equality of
the two races. It now confront us to
deal with this yestlon. To preaf
dent of- the United States Invited thp
repnliicasn candidate for governor of
Maryland to dine with him and to on
cupy the same seat whi,-h was probn-
blv occupied bv Booker Washington. I
tell you that no liberty, no safety re-
maits when you have a dictator or a
czar or an emperor in Wasbingt3n
who can send for Marylanders an.-
toll -tlem what he wants done. \le
tells them to harmonize their differ-
enrs and to brine the nearoes to the
nolls to sustain him in his efforts :o
ostinhllsh ocial equalilty of the two


Deranged Woman Answara the Dic-
tates of a 'Supreme Power."
While temporarily deranged Mrs.
Louis Iverson, murdered three of her
children Saturday at Pacific Grove,
Cal., at the dictation, she said later,
of a supreme power. She first stran-
gled her eldest daughter, Louies, aged
12 years. She then attempted the
life of her oldest son, aged 11, but the
boy broke away from her. She, then
strangled her son, Harold, aged 6. and
securing an ax, struck him a blow on
tho head. Later she killed her "I
months' old baby by strangling.

From the hotel the party went to
the governor's mansion, where they
were received by Governor and Mrd
Terrell, and after a few minutes pleas-
ant conversation, were driven to Plal-
mont park where an old-fashioned
Georgia barbecue was served by o &
perts, the first of the kind that Mr.
Hearst bad ever enjoyed.
Mr. Hearst then visited the Technol-
ogical school, where he and the mrem-
bers of the party were accompanied
by Governor Terrell. Mr. Hearst re
cently made a donation of $5,000 to
this Institution, and was naturally in-
terested In seeing It. He was muthi
gratified with what he saw ana the
work the school la doing as it was
shown him by President Lyman Hal
The party then made a, brief visit
to the state capitol and returned to
the hotel, where between 6 and 7:30
o'clock a reception was tendered the
distinguished guest by the Young
Men's Democratic League, during
which hundreds of persons met and
shook bands with him.
At 8 o'clock Mr. Hearst was. the
guest of honor at a dinner at the Capi-
tal City Club, tendered him by Mhe
three Atlanta newspapers, The Consti-
tutlon. The Journal and The News, the
guests being tho officers and directors
of the Tnterstato Fair Association.
Mr. Hearst met and shook hands
with several thousand persons during
his short stay in Atlanta. Every-
where lie went, at the depot, at the
hotel, at the fair, there were hundreds
who were anxious to see him and t'"
get close enough for a hand-shake and
a greeting. Atlantlans made their wel-
come a warm one.


By Shut Down of the Amalgamdled
Copper Company Properties.
A special from Butte, Mont., says:
By the general shut down by the Amal-
gamated Copper Company properties
Thursday night 13,000 to 15,000 men
are directly thrown out of employme-tu
and others will be indirectly affected
within a week, so that th- grand total
will reach 20,000. The Great Northc-n
v-ill lay off a large portion of the
freight crews, heretofore hauling ore
from Butte to the Boston and Mon-.
tana smelter at Great Falls.


Police of Ishpeming, Michingan, Have
Encounter With Highwaymen.
After a despernae struggle with al-
leged robbers of the Superior postof-
flce ilx Ishpeming policemen rounded
up and captured two of tho tilo on .i
train which arrived in Ishp-,mling.
Mich.. Friday.
At midnight Marshal Fandrem was
advisedl by the Superior that three men supoecteil of the post.
office robbery worn on thn train and
that the conductor would Identiry


President Celebrates Reaching Anotn.
er Mile-Stone In Life's Journey.
Tuesday Prnalenti Roosevelt relief.
bratid tho forty.fifth aniilvraorry of
his birth.
blany t aiautlfitl snil I ou.hing remind.
ern of Ithe IIvti (.-amte to him from cv.
,"ry part of th. rotnnlry. Hundrnlra
rf telegramnt and lettfors of 'ongratuln.
lion wore nceived at fite Whilte House
luring th(i daiy.
When the members of the cabluet
assembhl,,l they joine(l in extending
Sordnal ctogralulatiolts to the pros.-


Three Men Shanghaled Aboard Rua.
slan Bark Repeat Their Story,.
Three of the night iigrica asllpeg,
ti bave hocrn hntnghailnI aboard the
Rniaainn hark. Allto, at Havannah. On.
arrived from Philadelphia Frihla
The men repeat iho story as told
hat hny werne arrihd aboard the
ship, foraled like ,ogs anI misde to
served withnul tew. *


pluye~ tt krfr
17 haye~sup ~m-
Eg wIth-the -
tpIQytstY, ,;

r-i-ng-lqeeVit1 1141ail1n l"ie -The striking ejai
91f xaM11411 ipf(?r the (In.
POnbsaetseas Ihas naipuinteilad- ('l110 upressa Compa
Wtilvthe biill titulsi-ing Inva~lcidthe joined from tAtenfeg
astenejin of t1tus uranktiod the Pahama itu"i'G I1OK7 or 401 5
(jansi l Cmasny. IThis C'OMMtnutteealso -e~ h a
IuIthl hisibs"ujlu"t it'o 0di~at rn s~ioaug h h~
u~~~~~~e~a f~~tIe~9o~~,o ~eromtg .se

Vl#~ j"4611, Q"DoorI-f~ ~, 110.0'


Russian Soldiers at Yonghampho Ac-
complish First Act of War.
A dispatch from Yokohama, Japan,
says: At a conference held Saturday
between cabinet ministers and the eld-
er statesmen of Japan, when the Far
East crisis was discussed, there were
present among others Privy Council-
lor Yamagata, Marshall Cyarr.a, Count
Inouye, Privy Councillor Count Mit-
sukata, F'oreign Minister Baron Ko.
mura, War Minister General Tearauchi
and Baron Yamamoto, minister of ma-
rine, in addition to Minister Katsur I
and Marquis Ito.
It Is officially reported at Yokohama
that Haghiwara Shulchle, secretary of
the Japanese legation at Seoul, Korea.
and his party have been prevented by
the Russians from landing at Yongam-
pho, thereupon the party proceeded
and landed at Winju.
Japanese reportE. of a vilat to the A.-
leged signal station at Yongampho are
to the effect that there was a fight


Defaulted In, Sum of $103,000 and Ia
Captured In 'Frisco.
John K. Brown, for thirteen years
cashlor of ih. i Unli bank of New
Holi'r'1, Ohio, is under arrest at San
Francisco on a charge of embezzle-
ment. Ho disappeared from the bank
August 8th Inst. and upon Investiga.
tion or his accit:tnts it was found he
was $103.i00i short In his cash. He
was stibsequnit tv n lly indleitl upon four
charges of felony embezzlement.


Wheleesale Jail Delivery Occurs at
Washington. Nor".1 Carclina.
Thirteeni proners conflnoed In ilhe
Jail at Washington. N. C. escaped lie-
fore daylight Satitrinln )iy hittingg their
way thr:-uiigh the brkit wall in ithe
rear of t it, liiimildig. I'lighl priponr ---
were left in the Inll Among thuhi:
who eaFunipe vwi .lamen Wh!ite. a no-
gro, Indictedl for ium r,l-r.
Thela i i stroni:g e ulc-ti I ,- that, i
friondse ionI II' iitralt -. n fur he-i- ti
prionrtera will a kty il unol hk the


Daughters of Confederacy Turn Down
Application of Actress.
It Isn IarnP,l that M)is Alhi-ria (.il
latin. tlie i a:ress now ito a siiithi-rn
tour, was refuei-4 ailmln ion o i To 'l k-.
ett-nuchanan halipil r of their lUnitil
Daughter of rii, (iConr(flerary at Nor
folk, Va.
Shiteo Is a (i lillt I r f )ho1 Isti4 ('tin
federate (Ioneral Altirt alallatln I'-
application foli hl norarny intilirhi lp
was strongly sil)irrt-il, tlt tfor o mt o ine
reason it failed.


Over Hundred Crusaders Knocked Out
by Hard Work in Gotham,
At least 150 mieminlrr of I[wle's
"army" Iff Ni-w York P'rlilay in a spo
Mlal train of fivvi rcnuarh over the
Wntl Shorc road rir n'Alon City. Ill In
chargn nf Ditanon J. W 'rant'.
"As many ni Ir-yav. will bhe ronlar-eil
by new r -vrniI'," Iith i It p dl i enn.
Many oif the party wf-rTI Mirfnrring
from CoI(IP broitKhti n hv r'xiimtiur, in
Ihe work of litilin in tll tt tii vitmlat aln.
and the many rh'ginm-s frintm the hpatped
atmoipheirr -it tihie ardi-nu It tho pler,-
Inr air.


As an Act of Comity Boodler Kraft
Will *e xtradlted.


People of Black Republic Revolt a
Wrong-Doing of Officals.
The revolution which has broken
out In the northern portion of the re-
public of Santo Domingo and which
has already resulted in the establish-
ment of a provisional government un-
der the presidency of General Morales.,
at Puerto Plata, was caused by the
numerous custom house frauds *and
the prevarications of the ministers of
war and of finance,


Savannah Merchant Puts Bullet In Po-
liceman During Mayor's Court.
Savannah. Ga.. was thrown Into a
turnmoll Friday evening when it be-
came known that a policeman had
)been shot and probably fatally ,ouM.1-
ed while he was before Maycr Myera
to answer charges that had been pre-
ferred against him. The shootlzg was
done by Henry G. Greene. an art ter-
chant of the city. who chargeE at Le
had been unlawfully arrested it brd--
tally trPated by the policeman CIN OAi

-United States Minister Powel has
delivered to the newly elected pnal-
dent of San Domlngo At ntflt .f
congratulation from PrMeslnt 01m
velt. .

'I ~ I **ii I' ~ i~ i~Ci4~ '~'~' ~ ~ '~r t I t~ Tl 1 7~r4'~ .,im''
IF _jakW a s 'lM 1SILS 7T.' "'T'; .j.

I' *,

Ait bid cougb for six
V and could find no relief
SI~ 1 Itried Ayer'a Cherry Pecto-
4gOllyWoe-tourth of the bottle
SL. H-awn, Newington, Ont.S

Neglected colds always
eid to something serious.
T. y rrun into .chronic
bronchitis, pneumonia,
asthma, or consumption.
Dop't wait, but take
Ayer'8 Cherry Pectoral
St a's sooi as your cough '
begins. A few doses will
curg YOu then.
ThY si 25 ISc.. 5 ., $1. All druggists.
Consult OUr dot11or. If hle mays take It,
thoaudo am he say. It he tolls ri nit
S s t, then don't take It. He knows.
.i ih him. We are wiing.
J. .AYER CO.Lowell.

Rallroad Fare Paid. 5300
t Courses Ofered.

cartridges and chot shells
are made in the largest and
best equipped ammunition
factory in cho world.

of U. M. C. nake 13 now
4acepted oy shooters as
"the won'ids standard" for
t shoots .vel 'n any gun. 4
Touzr i'ealer r.d/s if.
The Jnlion Metallic 1
Cartri Age Co.
Bridgeport. Conn.




t h tsI"',t" In l, .n I [ I n 1-
i TS Inhll ,i' 1on" 'lii it..ii, r i.ir 9ni...ln. IIIJ

At the DriI t Sitro nr inili'l on roeelpt of 20
conl| I i *IanI B
Address, CARPE"NriEI & CO ,
Louisville, Ky.

COure. by remo -

Cu E Also *e eiikneme and
.]U K C T']Travelera*itasa., din.
elffecton brat lor h lo'e. .. tod o o l.


*r De hY tw~ Use4L
S~I tm. Rtoit bydroosslatiL W

"And there Is another strange thing
I have observed," remarked the aged
philosopher, stroking his long white
"There Is?" asked the interested
listener. "What la It?"
"That the coming man Is always
one who has got there."-Judge.

"I heard her boasting that her din-
ner party was a success from the- be-
gtlnlng, and ended with the greatest
'eclaw' What's eclaw anyway?"
was the desert, of
*t Di14 ypquever eat a choco-
la fwteaw'T '-Pf~iladelphia Press.

"Is he a confirmed bachelor??"
"Yes; he refers, to matrimonial
bonds as Indigestible securities."-

-~ -. ~ ~ ~ I'..


Alrfalfr,t s Ilouh reed.
Alfalf., Is much better as a rougb
ifeel fur liri".es than tUmothy. Thpy
cau be unnllt:1liP.od on it alone, with no
loail results. Tlinwouty pounds of al-
fillfi l iy a day is sutmeolont to malntalo
itt rest p horse weighing. 1400 pounds.

Ion-tl Reec, Cream "Too Long.
'lthrI ait family ihas but one cow the
iiitter io frniinbetiily bad, no matter
how ,nei.-fully i tht eihurnlng smny have
Iltitn d.liioi. 'hlils Is duo to keeping ithe
crnil tlooI ong be-ret churning. T'rhe
it,'w -.0 Is iixi.., with the old, and
thie bttt,-.r I, not good. raIs can be
;i'volr(, d i,' iLi. Isollog tuora frequently.
I'rean i should L i l hurned as soon
ns it lie-hI thli p,,,roper stage of ripe-
Iles n, ultl l the- I.roe is mi mixture of
: tihe ,'eali .f Iliff'.ren' t ingcs it is lm.
lpt.---ll.- t.o) hli. the butter uf the best
Soopsaud8s a Germicide.
Soapsuds w-ill destroy plant lice it
tiel around trees nal vins e, espeelal.
ly thli, i)llildes that work on lthe roots.
S'Ilio suds 1nmaly be spr.y'eod on the leaves
t n well 1s lnhroiwn ou tihe ground.
\Vhli0 oil son.OtIludR are tus'-to destroy
salon, and if "t little crude curbolie
feld is added to the suds It will be all
e loietteor. I'or ts.1 inrgus nid celery
osililds a re t ox(ollenit, 'uld wlion
thrown noon tlIh ninaiure- heap they as-
sist illn preventing loss of nomnonlo.
If so;I)StiS :11onre to bi) tl'rown awaly it
Will le ol :lndvointloge to throw them
j v. ..- y n ill prlo'o ;i'neli'nciI.

't elo' elilng Seed.
iiir,,,.r I t ln 0 In w iolh to e lcct
s .-'' I-. I it,. lIn 11h. filln or w Inlter. 'The
i't-i ,11i f ,," i'u"ulll'lulo Ih s portion of tIe
.v.3.nr o-' -o o,,t|i,,l og lit.n':tu-; e there is
ill olryo. ii ilot the ork cnn beo done
Iiottr.. Tlie conimiion practice of lay-
liig thl i0 1 'eel orxn aside to reualu till
siprlig I:ns d(Ionet grant ditlange to the
10orn crlop. 1i very often the (excess of
iti lfo r.ot tgoral'itn is 1 such as to cnuse Ii
fillllnreo f gerruitintion over thimi whole
1.eh'l. Every r r of corn should be ex-
ninlined. nnd tile Inferior grain shelled
olT. Vogetnimle seeds also require ex-
i r.i:tilinI ni for IInsOiit. dntIupn-ess, and
Iithlo'r nio-or'.u Iitei'fer'e withi their spife
I.j pili. I)of 'ouiirs -ipr'y far.i' r er Is
FII1,tpo0.',l I I 1 cil'orfuil w llih his scoeda,
Iii \. 'r I', 'v iritnrilers klnnvw ihe c(oit li-
I -t;,n .-f lhli-,ir --o ios unlil tlo tinic whe'l
ti 'y 11,r' r .i11ireill, nild Ihe ll they are
l,), i 1 lir"o; I tiuoriod to do nivhlling wtn hi
tlo'un. "rlue Ihie min ior nilihts nre
-,,';l r;]lllh' Il niHI ,II lo S C t ll f-l'IS
ll- 1";i 1 41i' -1l it i i fo1ii illnit ort n ie'llto.
Slihioull nr. p ilrt lII.i'r vnotrelpy of veg-
otii:1 u ll t 'oi". r out lt O "'run 0 o t11" (10
notl r'.ll ill n i Si il from it t nil. hiut
],:' ll r 1 fil' -," iillly fro.'iI thel site' ts-
oii11io l I'i to IIt I-' lhust lt r111enw illM
,i-I s on c .in l nor J l:I. ;Is Ir in la ele-
1.'hll I l'reivnto ini\ in; v'rietilles.

mrnrlng ri 8.tgI.n (late.
'ii' |Il. ln f I ,'i.'i't lii tnL from
i-o."s; l o:t.innto l i l In Uilhitishri-atlloll. Is
oni oirf Il' l1'1ost Ia'-h II ins l the nicrlt
oif li:'.il i 'llou i l ii 1, l pidhi' lly cfeCtilltll.
%.\q n ill hi, ,)l<'o'il I'l. Illtit h( Irtw intg.
lhi' Inti a 0t r 51t1nh1. it ll I g.rolnd two
I' ot 11' ino'. iuitl Ii -111l-4 pet luto a
hIi':.y .Mill. 'i'l s I 1. I i.rii ltoy Ino10r-
ilsh1int Ili sillt. Il'olh piO--is nuild sill
.h l ,i I,.* v. I Crl| .l't ,<,l.';1l1 Iiir to
pro\>.11il r i' ld at.':,y. 11 i (Il 1 p1111 IB
ll0n luilt :i v.'nll u-I' itonult I o wililll
cIglit In'h s or nt font ,,f lif surface
of lio i,'tiohl. o ,idou l t io111.1 n'll",Is stid
n h'; i'vy pliih' oIf tloudhlittg whlillt Is
spil..d Io I hl p '.at. In ll1n nlseonce of
slton s'I. hli:l i.< co f.l\, st dihlllig Illily
In ii nl0 l fl'inll ii i11 1 l; i t' u1ni L. i' l1C po0.
,"-.l i'> Ito' i ill Ill) i-i Iol tolin id acce of


rt ,Illilo :; the stonlei wall, as suggested,
inil:p.I 1Iii Htronger foundation. Bullt
i:l the ljmaniitner iliented. the gate will
m orl for ykelrs without sagglug.-In'
dih:iip:iil.lS Ne 's.

rree.1ng Chiltkens.
Vounig 'h blrel~i should hoe fed little
..iil ofltn. The grent danger in feed.
I-I rli-lkens 111l to tile time they are
foathliri'd Is from overfeedlug. It oc.
ctInl foir iaorI frequently than does
i.olt.hrfi,.lihi Overfeeding Is more apt
I.) o(I-our willh brooder clhickens that
h:ive litIly chance to exercise than It
does with chlekeins that run wi t the
hen. 'T'her eis far less danger of over.
f,.dli' g will whole or cracked food
than tlireo is when nll ground food
i C ft.l, for the reason that digesUon
1luins taIke pinhce more slowly. It there-
fure follow s that as between hard and
soft food, where both are fed, the
larger tlhe proportion of ground food
ithe tchlekens ect the faster they will
-l "

A VOIC f FINIl THE PUL PIT. i ,on; nn0d converKely, onate. rI .. e.
A Vi .t THE Pilpoton if cracked or whole grain
Rev. aco t. nnDoren, of 57 Sixth tl)y nt thle slower they will grow
street, Fond Du I,ac, WIs., Presby- nd the 11 s will be the dangers from
terian .gleayiman, says: "I had at- diigesiino troubles. It really becomes
e tacks of kidney disor- q1i.lem.ioti of seeing bow fast we can
ders which kept me In g-,ow then wlthliout "feeding them off
the house for days at a heir ft-et"-n-hileh means without In-
time. unable to do any I Juring tl'ir digestion. Most feeders
thing. What I suffered will. prefer to keep on the side of
can hardly be told. safely and uot try to force them too
(Somplicationas et In. I fast.
the particulars of IThe I!rst food should be given about
which I will be pleased twenty-four hours after hatching hall
to give In a personal becit completed. The yolk sack, which
Interview to any one ha. nbeen enclosed within the body a
*1-*h requires Informa- few hours before hatching began, con-
otlo Thsl I can con- i taint nal the food that Is required nn111l
AcieatIopusly sa.Dosn'1 the digestive system is In working or-
SKidney Pills caused a efr. The mistake sometimes ts mande
general Improvement ; of leaving the hlekens so long with-
I yIn my health. They out nourishment that they are weak-
rellef by*lessenimg thd ened-bhsc the mlstake- l more apt to
the atim e of the !:t mn.,e inthe other directibn. He ss
S* I_ ray more -attUentio to 1lteplBg telir
-* .:lf 'P Jil'ittle um ones watrizt*n there~ i It nnt'.
,.5 OF A 141.=

Bay of Fundy Presents an Interesting
Tidal power has been utilized' In
only a very small way; ite largo 1usa
has always toen considered dubious.
In the first place, tileS of a height
readily available are loc'l In their
occurrence; and, second, tides are es.
sentlally periodic, so that the Ir direct
power Is available only I two short
dally periods occurring in cycli or"
Rider during each. pait of the twenty.
,four hours as the month Is rounded
out. Hence, the first prob'eon of tidq
utilization l storage of powor.
( It is possible by the use (iof multiple
reservoirs to extend the use of the
tides throughout the twenty-four
. hours. A three pon.1 system accom-
Spushes this onnd at considerable cost
In complication of waterways and va-
rlations In heAtd, and even a two pond
system helps to a steady use of tidal
power for part of the day. There
Is, too, great variation in the rate of
flow In the tides In different localli-
ties, the most favorable case being
that In which the tide rises and falls
most rapidly. But the main trouble
with the tides Is that the total rise
Is relatively small, compelling one to
deal with low, as well as variable
heads, and to provide enormous res-
ervoirs to store even enough wator.
for use in two dally five hour runs.
In very few places would i1 be pos-
sible to rely on. ore than' six feet
mean working head.
This means that if the storage pond
were six feet deep, each square mile
of reservoir would store Water for
f5,l00 horse power for a five hour run-
EvLen this la nn unusually favorable
case, and it Is evident at once that
hydraulic works on this scale Imply
a very large Investment for the power
The only tidal powers to be taken
seriously as able to count In large
work are much as exist In exceptional
spots, like the Bay of Fundy, whero
the tide runs forty feet high under
normal conditions. There it would
be possible to obtain for two five
hour rune more than 50.000 horse
power per square mile of reservoir.
A glance at a map will show that the
Inner extremity of the Bay of Fundy
Is almost a tidnl lake, known as tho
Bapin of Minas. At Its outlet rino
two great headlands, loss than throo
miles apart, whilln ,no narrower tido-
rare between thlr'm takes the full cur-
rent for the basin within. This covers
an area of -more than 400 square
miles, so that It Is oafo to say that
through that narrow gap more than
200,000,000 horno power hours run
dally to waste.
To utilize it would require an on-
glneering feat more tromondons than
anything yet attempted by man, lit.
In years to come the gamo may lio
worth the candle.--Cansler's Mat-x.

Aching Done,, "Iilnftlng l'tlns, Itchlln
kkill, I 'hinI le5, ltaITallg Stures, i.:l.
If you have Pimples or Offenusive Erunp-
tioutt, Splotches, or (Copper-l'oloired Eru'i-
tionis, or rash on the sulti, "F'ntering Sicll. 1
ing, Glandts Siwollen, llcers ono aty pait
of the body, oil o olea, Iluila, C(irlutiiicle,
'Plins and Aches in lIuiue or Jolint, luir
or Eyebrows falling out, persastenlt Sire
Mouth, (un1s or Throat, tlihen you hat%
Blood Poison. Take ]lLtunic Il!ood unintni
(B.lI.Il.) Soon iall Sorem, Pitniplea nnd E-rup- I
tions will heal perfectly. A'lices and I'P.tis
cease, Sw'ellings tib-ide innd a pcri'o-t.,
never to return Cunre imade. 11 .ll. cures
Cancers of a:i kinds. Suppurating Swel.-
ings, EF ting Sors, I:g'y I'leers, after anl I
else fails, heal ing th i sores perfectly. If I
you ha'e a persi-tent pinilpv. wart. swollen i
gla11ils, bliootlng, il nn1 ";n ilann., Itke Ilhoitl I
Balm and they will disiappenir before they

for home cure. manple' frer iy writing i
ILoon BA1. Cobi Co 5 lilnn lhlag.. .sAtnit. i
(i. D)esrcribe tiimble ncld free iitdlii'al
advice sent in sealed letter.

Porcelain ranlkinlg gines Ctmp'.tmencnt to
0.000 ie. ron IIs ini ,1 1 "T t .

The Stealing of Cattle.
One source of immense troiillo to
tle cattleman has linon tho calf thief.
Many a large "tlitflt" has gont' out I
of business oh account of tlhe "rust- i
lor." Where cow her lore have to rl'l '
the range fJr fifty cur seventy-five
miles they are lkely to I)' forestall-
edi in branding a calf by poome vigilant
reitler, whoso little InonntaIn rincl
In near thea iiisl grrazng place of a
hunch cf callti. Or very possibly
the puncher for tli1 bitg 3C ranch
lhas caught an-i bran.Pld the cnlf with
Its proper mark: and whun many
months Inter he ri'eos on a yearling
branded 1OB hn has no m-an4 of

knowing thai thi owner of the lalttfr.
brand has i 'ftlly t'i,-uhed upt Ih o (
with a running Iron by the artlstli"I
addition of two strolck,, and an added!
letter. It miy bm state, parentbn- ;
tically Iii passing that more than ono
largo outfitt" ,f Lt a!ny got Its start
entirely from 1.-' "rustlid" cattle. In i
the more artul Southwont ruttling isF
not so common becailie most of the
water Is pumped an.] cattle got Into
the habit of coming home often to
drink and can be watchod more close- '
ly. but even thern It i1 a.factor ofa
no slight importanf'.--r-'lle's Month'

"Yes," said the dentist. "to Insure
painless extractfun you'll have. toi tak
gan, an] that's fifty conts extra."
"Oh!" anqd the farmer, "I guess theI
onld way'll be best; never mind nu
"You're a brave man."
"Oh! It aIn't rr.e that's got the
tooth: it's my wife."-Philadelphia

IlIggins-What do you mean by
fighting In the public asreet?
Higgins. Jr.-Well, Tommy Sproul
said you were my father.
Higglns-Well, a&d ain't I your
father? -
Hdgit ,. Jr.-- Maptoe 5,. '(i
e ,'e "(,Ita.to 1 ;'^




AWL A Womnn Saved From Life-Long
Misery aid Made Happy
i. &and Useful.

Mrs. Ilattie La Fountaini, Treast. Protected lHome Cirrie 1dl Catholic Ladies of
Ohio, writes from C(ilion, 0., as follows;:
"Alter fMlrw erchttlowasa borne I suffered fo artseveral month with
bearif glown patisas aorompanited by dreadfuW headaches. I was a/rtaid
i m11 health was retilje fortife, a Ld let verydoOwnoisst about It. One diayg
when a friendd was vwtis'tlftote s e to tolid ne oi Peri'na. oend what it hasd
done for her when. he Ms/fe'oed with Irrogular menaltruattoae. MIty ith -
Iband procured a bOtie the t saie eanesting aned I began to take it datilt
according to dfrectfons. Before the ILrat bottle was luMed I wtsin cestt. IIt
irell, eidod oais 1ertainrit havea onai ratef l tetoman's"Ps bessalng. I have
Sitlnaadtdardo < "yrlotfedsJetusni t.." lA R. IIATTII3 LA FOUNTA IN.

Secretary Woman's State Federation that it 11but. ju'lcu' to speak a gooni word
in h fo -r ir0 it beciinso I Inve found iL to be uthI
Says: Pe-ru-na Does Moro Than n rarQe xoretion.
i. diIml rrI I "i "ve lu town several women who worn
is ClaimeU or I t." little ittelr than physi,'al wrecks,, mother
wli ii irutged out. a tminernle ipninful fex.
ialt-nro. iut, wern mInle well andt strolig
mrs. ,ulin Mr. Srown.e S'e'tnary ofi he.' IItrghirl tli eto tf i titn. I linv a known
\'omaiit,' State l''tldrrhtiotin f tIklithfoi iiin, if (aiesa tf wntnts' from 131'/t Fifth St sii.t Augeles, inried in It shl ill., aS follows: fri't- ntt reniiiitlii lindl ho n xplerhitentfl
"I hainve never known of iany latent with nd willthout gonl eitmultfi. I Ius 11
eineiicltc winolh didl linatit p rofesmled to inyolf whlen I feel uIr'fOiUH nlmill worn ilit.
iln textn t PJertitn ''his remediy iltoe, n idl I have alhvnyA finitil thatl i Ii reuiili
inuh li i ire thalin it. rinami, ntiil while I wcvro InuL nt l isfi triiirv.'
li-oave evrr itadvorated limy mniedicine I tprl JULIA % Il( BROWN.

"Won't you' have another biscult?"
asked the hostess.
"No, thanhlt you," sho relillod; "roeil-
ly, 1 don't know how ,ninny I ha.vo
eaton already."
"I do," nald little obhle, \oagorly;
"you'vo itti seven. I'vn cenu count.
Ing."-Town and t Country.

Traveller (to the ferryman rroislng
tho river)-Has any one over bon !
lost In this stream?
loatman-No r ir. Some proftseso
was drowned here last. spring, l ht thly
found him again after looking for tnwo
wooks.-Pearson's VaWeeklly.

"llow can you otll. papa, whnn prco
pl are way up In noiprty?"
"When their diamoindo are gonuinn.
and their manners are not "-Life.

Tiheo OlIest I'ery.
Perhaps thie oldest ferry in lhe world
la the Trost-.'lini ei l servl< rnii 'n
liln to Dover. It lins ebp'n Ili t'KlH .
once for tmore thieii twunly eenturlc:.
n lid tilhe vessels wlhli have been on-
irage1Pt in it include very variety of
.shli)ping. front ( neinr's lilghl-panked
,:iillya, prolplled lby Ilnuks of oars, to
hli new Iurlbino steamer,
Ustarrh Cannot lie COredl
With iL,OAI. AePPLIOATIONN a- thny cannot
rn-iubh the a at ot tho lliaqt,. (OHtarrh Is; a
hilooil or i'onqtltutlonl dlvean, and In ordor
to eur-o It you niiust take Internal renindles.
Ifnil'" Catarrh (ure Is taken Itltirurally, aniit
act dlroinl lyon the blooidd oiot mucous iu rifo
JInll' Catarrh Curm In not a quaaok modlelnm.
It was ipretrlbotfd by one t lthe helit physhl-
'Innb lun this countryy for yetrs, and In Ai rng-
ilar uprnecriltion, It Is I eomptosid of thi
!lpst toul e known, eoinbllod within 1hi heost
blood iurlller.I, eating directly on tho inu-
'-outh urfitee. The pe'rtot oombljuatlon ot
th" two Ingreilents Is what produces sa i'h
%woiltdorful reIlt f In curina natarri. Honul
lor testlinonlals, tree.
.', J.. :uxrtv & CO., Pro ip.. Toledo, 0.
1olid by drigglllst, iriolo 75-.
Hillt's ista ily l'lls arethoi lost.
ThI- growili of tihe millsl I n more
rapid in t 'lillhlrin thiuhnl In idiltls, until
lIowrst In Ilie aged. It goes on luoro
raildly in uititnmer than lit winter.
Mrs. Lfotnd tlianford lan tid to carry
n Inrger amount of Insiurance than any
lather wnomtn in the world. IHer poll-
clis ntnount lo more than $1,000,000.

"Why don't you try to demonstrate
to your conatlitutents that you are
capable of an unselfish action?"
"My dear sir," answered Benator
Sorghum. "If these people who have
known me for years were to find me
doing something In which I hal no
apparent Interest they'd get susplcl.
ous and decide that I was engaged in
a deep and diabolical ploL"-Wash.
Ington ptar. .

"So the little darling Is going to
school, oh7" "
"Yes, indeed., he's too young to
learn 'much, but as we have to pay
taxze we may as well get eoaethina
for It."--ew York Joaur*aL .

A v. i nl .,,ii ,i the liogse for cyv
oral i ,t,,,,, I I tO,., fA] 1 vl.'., g,.I
am on L It., ,. .,. ,1, ,e ,,1'1,,
tau hadf t 'l ... ,, .i i ,h.t
and remedy anfi ii.... i ,, al,..,iii ali
penimanont ilnprovi ,,.t '
iler treattmait A,i .
who wna a poor 1ien .oin, [ ,
They iad baen oblgr ., ,, .
many comforts of lift in .... 1.
money enough to pay thle pi ..
TheI woman liad berenrime I ..
andl wietiched and scarcely tIl.!. i.
"ut of her' bed. Her oldllreii < 1,', ,.,
Iig tli) tleglected and ragged, Ie..
the want of a mother'i care. lIh i1.,-
iIanItl wa K becoming discouraged aidl I,.
keii down with overwork.
Pii'king Iup tho ppr one day she hap
pienid to rend it' in which contaiined
the news that Dr. Hartrnanu would treat
Nsuch Ie'ies free( t charge by letter. Shri
ilimliediamte'Y' wroto the doctor deia'iihiiig
helr a'1,, mld giving hith all her syiup
Shie oiton rei''ied a letter telling li'i
exiicil. lu'61tl to ido, 11n1d what. rtedlcinlec
And ip)htiall'Rni' to get. Shi bliegin Ithe
treatilint (the' prinipnpa remnedy bh'i'ng
Pe'Iii'n) at onIc, and in an f'w woerkn aoh',
ain w-'ll anld strong again, abile to do her
owt worlk. '"
This o ffeor off free hoino treatment to
women is still opeti to ial whoo many need
thle slevices of this o in(int i ihyt, icialtn
A 0' letters ail)iling for t rontinent 'will he
pronptly hane',red i ill beo held strictly
corfide inti.
Mia Annie rhrbanL, T Oit. PoclahnIta'iI f
Yomaieo eCounntil of llid Mnii (Wmilii'n't
Triianeh), writLes from 872 Eighthll Avr..
New ork:
"'Three months ago I wna trouhblei with
l"i.ktlin and a troblesome lheavincean
'iliitt thlie 1 innlt. ileep broiuglt in rv.t. f('t it w iin rqetleesR slhp. Tihe il.c-
i, lii nl iiFit- ilrvulllit mIt'sonl i' t iia ouit of or-
Iter. lbut )is t ir,'i c l- l ti.iLis didn'tt B IIn to
I';,i.ve i1 al1' t \a tH l o.l li nt 'morUnit wai
piu l fri liuilIiiii II ui the iie tmlom e 1vutcol.
After using it f.'r two ItontLIl In kliiow
1now tlin it Is I w tiin to UVy lhltlt i aiinl
a niw \i", nn mi Inf niI. lT ton nl I niU ).1111.
toila l nI p all ilih lliiI'atI-il anlilI 1 fe-l ily
'l- f in iii i''erin 3i1da lld int' mnori nil thi, other ineolicinee I hative inlke."
Mui l.tn111i 1 iow .ll, l.klcu 'haarlea,
Iiill'qltllni \. % ritles-'i Ca rs
"I hillilI', lv bilhve Ihlt Ptouinn In w ant.
.11r'. brnt fri';iid. for Iit has certninlV been
Ilhat SIn I ha l had henl l l hiill'legi: hatl'l-
t'ihel A lt, ,ilii, r i ri'hlt rvrI% ry in .iiih for a
long till o i t le rl'lVy ,Itflii' I litul in tek-
ing VIerlinli lln wi wl "i Iti .i of I io |114,11
1anid I hir goo d reason 1, I l, e r al lWko In bltl o every KiHi I Fnd fbll Iow.
aull Ihul h' At'l,.s ny heli lll |i 'rf.'el. ,anl I
verlainlyv am Itmorp roliltt lW thaiiin I hl.'o
iwen liefotri nd tim uIn 'ligIhi mIuore, I il
not think any one will lie ilIppAoiP1111t'l ini
lihe reaulltes ltineil froni thlie e if 'lu-
runa." MISS MAMIE POW,'I ,.
If vtil in i not derive proinil andil tintia-
fat'lory i'emuiltm from t h f Hlie of Ilrulnn.,
i'r itt at inn to Dr. linsrt an., lvlinig it
full st.il e'ltttit of your i' e.f, andil l- will
Ib l ti gi ve In gO 1e yut hi .'aiiitili' i'\l \ io e
gi it i. i
Ail.l isa DrI. IInritman, Pirealilint of 'The
ianiial n. anittirnmloi t'1lumlb1 s, 0.

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Wif-I dreamd last. night that I
was In a store that waN jiuIt full of
thn Invnllnst blnitos, an -
lHuaband (hastily)-But that was
only a dream o", my deoar. iw

Wife-I knew It was before I wao e
up. Iocause you brought mhe one.-
l'hlpadelphl Prees.R1

"Oh, I couldn't possibly take half
an hour on that subject!"
"Nonsensel Why, you ran fill
twenty mInutes explalnlng tho l(7-.
wulty of treating os Important a suib-
ject In so short a time "--Puck.

PITHplr nairent lveiirs-l. No fll nornarvnnm-
nes aftr flru tlday'a tni isf lit. KIKne's Orrast:
Nervne'[l torir. aLritilI-t t i uuri t reatilnofrnoi
Dr.lt.1. Krsir. I,tA ., Iiil Ar iMt .. Ph'lills., P.i.
tiJoodllundts arena ti adt thi Berlin police,
in ll Ite tracking of criirlissn.
Mrs Wintlow'nl4u')ottilnrgyritp for ehlitlre
IethiPie, soften the i1nII, ra.litmlulnillammrn-
tlfonAtlay ,iali.' i r.tn wiuLt o.ll.-. ..2 1. it battle
Thr world depends n the United State
for colltton.
Ido not believe Paso's OCur for Ooanstsmy1
Illotbaen pal f'Pr aouXgl and oldi-Jola
'.LorsnTrinitylprlas, Inld., Feb. 1A, i ).
There are six r-anal. connected with the
Thames, which exalend altogether 324 mnles,
PUTrAJ PaFAIKL.s DJyu cost but 10
cests per package.

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Winchester .aa Caliber Cartridges shoot when you waft
them to and where you point your gun. Buy thq timfe
tried Winchester make, having the trade-mark H "
stamped on the head. They cost only a few centS more
a box than the unreliable kind, but they are dollars better.



Zel oa
.Tiw Dowels

In Bengal last year there were 38,000 i 0 n 1 AJiO5 i -
deaths from plague. 51GNOT t.eri leame t ,.s
S -.- *, .J I, Pt s a

C C T1WEOFFER .7 Pan""so
FREE CINd DUOHU C t HJ, YWn' frow until lewM StemlN
To a whoemu r or to bt"e nIfs 'o she 'WANT'' -4 0, ,nip unds D a tli,
whf, s, tor with lX ner, Lv. r ear. ladlar daily. Cotrelptua1 'e,,lioie' '
lor d Di0 a s. a aPlebotle of aStDar We ay the IIliuet (' ies tot Otter F 'IR
664 e ams Ees, S uttihr( KIdey ma d Irtne, Jtewe ii kne antAt I0I w
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Sizes. Wheat eparators.

Largo rn"g lin .(iid D0c.er asupplled
promptly. silioloNe 1i13, Corn Millsl
Circular Saws,baw Teeth,Patent Dogs,
Steam Governori. Full line Engines A
Mill uiipplie.n iSeil f'r frne Catalogue,

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1115f I llIIv.ll. '"w. In N north Carolina during the The fall term of the circuit court. H. My and ollie Colema .. .......
D. B. GODWIN present year, ip to October 15th, which adjourned yesterday was in Happpily rlarrled C .
Ehdtor and Propritor. the dispensary or prohibition took session a little more thIan three Trei uon, October as. 1903.- Mr. W. II.
_- the place of the lcensed saloon in weeks, and because a number of a, was married to Mis Molile A
entered April 28, 1903, at Gainesville cities and towns as follows: casles were continued till the sp rig .oeir atayett2 N a t sesvill
t, ., awse i as ui g n o h l a r t e e lender Act of tillfthe r fitoe day afternoon -at 2 o "clocklie odleftat1 i I...........
a., as second-la matter, under Act of Wilson, dispensary; Stateville, term, some seei to think but little o'clock for Newberry, where they arrived
Congre of March 3proibitpon; Goldhill, prohibition business was transacted, but those Monday at 2 p in. Mr. Gay thotghtlio
Publited every Tuesday and Fr Betson, prohibition; Elem Cit who think so are inistakeni. It one.knew that lie would lIniig a wife
at $1.00 a year in advance. dispensary; Wadeaboro, prohibi- should be remnemlbered that nearly. home with hilml, but to his surprise when Ctl,
50 Cents for Six Months, tion; Elizabeth City, prohibition; one half of thle tie was consluld he reached home there w as a suptiou
25 Cents for Three Months. Raleigh (the State. capital), dis- in the trial of two murder cases writer and hi, may friends ish tbride. a .
SADVTI RATHS. pensay; QOxford, dispensary; lth which came over from the preceding long life anti many happy returnsine
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents erfordton, prohibition; Hilloro, term, and during the remainder of Mr. A. K. Colson carried his uife to Office i
a line for eabh Insertion. prohibition.. 'The following, places the term no inconsiderable amount Newberry yestenlay. where slhe boardeled
'.,, Space for display advertisements priced are about ready to hold Elections of business was transacted; and, the train for Gainesville. and will special
On application, 1 ltr,
., 0on applications. 6 the liquor question- "Weldon, considering the fact that desperate several days with relatives and friends at
-- Washington, Kinston, Newberne, effort was inade" by the attorneys that place. I ar Sir:
It is said by some that "what \s Goldsboro, Durham, Salisbury, for those charged with selling llq- G.ayon Wu. Miea. r went toGineville a retiirn i
to be will be," but the truth is most Henderson and Marion. tor in a dry county to delay, voar- a o luatiiuey left Monday for Gaitel- (Trace M
men make theirown will bes. Thrift, a Durham paper, issued ry, and lay foundations for c6utin- ville. a postal no

State Treasurer Wm. V. Knott, an effective Prohibition number nuances, we think the court did well; Homer Love has gone to (lainesville mIe the ti
has announced his candidacy for October 3. It quotes from the and it is certain .that the criminal to look after the cotton interesL uniiled.
the nomination to the office he now Dunn, N. C., Guide, the record of docket in Alachua county is in a B. F. Williams and Siine Coleman went Wihen it
hold. five years of Prohibition at that better condition today than it has to Newberry Monday to meet W. A. Gay aml '98 I u
lace, as follows: on his return from North Carolina. five cent si
The friends of Hon. W. M. Hol- place, as follows: been before for )ears.Ga e f r sa
"t. Real estate has doubled in Mrs. C. P. Gay, wife of S. (,,.iay, is of hair ftI
loway-and they are many-cou- many instances Stockton's great poipularily iln visiting her mother, Mrs. M. D. Col-on, or fifteen
tinue to affirm that he is going uphas more than doubled. DeSoto county was shown to the of this plac-.
to Tallahassee."2. Twenty.three handsome exclusion of all doubt, when oni it 559 IlicksS
Slast Tuesday le drthppd into Arca- Blitch-lughey Stute of
As we have said many times be- brick buildings have been erected st Tuesday lie dropped ito Ara- following ntio ohe e Count of
fore, we now repeat, that some during this period. The saine dia, and by request ofnerabers of aThe following e couple a froa City of G,
perjurers should be convicted in building lots that sold six years the bar Judge Wall recessed court Wednesday's Times-Union: scricer, a
Alachua county ago at eight or nine hundred dol.- at 10 a. m., that DeSoto's favorite "MoaarSTON, October 27.-A very State of Fl
lars, today bring two thousand with candidate for United States Senator pretty wedding was celebrated at the who being
"Pain's Last Daysarnivt of rrompei ei,,,rr might have an opportunity to ad- Methodist church last Sunday, when .says t hati
to be abshown during the carnival in plenty of ready btyer. dress the people on the issues of the Blitch of Newberry, and liss Kva wloii blie
Jacksonville net ee will be "3. The population has more Hughey of this place, were married. also inthat
Jacksoville next weeks will be ethani doubled, and the home seek- campaign. The Metropolis' Area- Rev. Collier officiated The church was in rallev
sight worth seeing. erscannotbeaccommodated. There dia correspondent says: "The beautifully decorated with evergreen ad the kno

"Governor Mays," says an ex- is not one vacant house il town. reception accorded Mr. Stockton flowers. seni it, al
cha vernor gewould und good." But "4, Our peoplehave grow in before and after his address showed "The groom is bookkeeper for the ceived an.
change, "wouldioundgood." But 4 Our people iave grown in r Union Phosphate Coipany at Newberry, wornu t

a; other adds, "But Governor Da-
via would sound better."

"a In a business letter to THa STAR
S afew days ago, Hon. J. E. Alex-
'1 d ader inserted the following sen-
S' ence: "I am a sure runner "

Judge Wills' lecture to some of
the prisoners when sentencing them
at the court house yesterday, was
one that ought to do them good.

It is hard, if -fair, that one man
on a Jpry can cause a mistrial when
all of the others know that there
Is,' no doubt as to the defendant's
i-' / guilt.

S Editors Pratt and Willis, of the
Seabreeze, are getting out one of the
liveest and neatest papers that
comes to our exchange table, and
they already have a good advertis-
ng patronage.

It is entirely too often the case
that jurors act as though they con-
S' soldered the prisoner's testimony in
his own behalf more trustworthy
than the testimony of any number
of unaccused and reputable cit-


A criminal-wlio will probably
be pronounced a "crank," has ut-
tempted to assassinate President
Diaz, of Mexico. The would-be
S assassin shot five times, but the
President was not struck by any of
the balls.

Elsewhere in to-day's STAR will
,11" be found resolution s on -the deaths
of lHons. S. V. Finley and J. A.
S Anamons. The resolutioniis were
adopted by the Gainesville Bar
Associnlion just before court ad-
journed yesterday.

The Detimocratic Executive Coiu-
m'. ittee of Hillsblrough county htli
recon.immended K. Taylor Youmng.
blood for ap[-ointment to the office
of county treasurer, but the ques-
tion now very naturally arises,
What will Jennings do?"

That politics make strange bed-
fellows, says the St. Augustine
at Record, was never better exenpli
S fed than it the recent political gath-
ering at Fort Pierce when Governor
Jenuings and J. N. C. Stockton
were assigned to the same bed.

1 Now omnie of the State papers are
"_ attacking Hol. J. M. Barrs with-
about as nmucli "vigor as the same
papers have been attacking Mr.
Stockton, anid the attacks oil Barrs
U.?;. will have about the same effect as
did those on Stocktoat -make votes
sa, for the attacked.

',} Au exchange, wilose editor h.ss
4a -.vitdnltly bt-eui asleep. says it would
like to see Stockton's Punta Gurda
speech "in cold print," etc. The
peechli has lung siuce bcun sent
troughtuut the State in pamphlet
Simin, and it is strange that aty
uJl4-.awake editor could fail to see

refinement and intelligence until
you seldom see a drunken man on
the streets. The moral and relig-
ious element of the entire comlmu-
nity has revolutionized the entire
county, and for years past not a
bar has been found in the county."

In the Monticello News of Octi -
ber 23rd, there appeared an able
editorial directed against reputable
newspapers carrying liquor adver-
tisentents, and showing why papers
relusiig liquor ads should b- sup-
ported hby. anti-liquor advertisets4.
The editorial was to tlhe point, and
as true as any gospel; btut in the
same issue of tl'e paper appeared
a large whiskey ad. To persons
who believe in editors and publihi-.
ers heing consistent, and not under-
standing the nature of the case, the
News must appear very inconsis-
tent, but we feel sure that Editor
Carroll and Businems Manager G.v,.
of the News, did not intentionally
print and publish the whiskey nd,
but :t was from a stereotyped cut,
and was doubtless taken from ant
accumulation of old cuts in ll the of-
fice and put ii ns a filler without
its nature being observed.

"11111 to IC/ i le-j t elm,, i L.
county in the Senatorial race."

Why should we vote for J. M.
Barrs for Congress? Because lie is
one of the ablest men in the State;
because there is no doubt about
where he stands on all questions cf
interest to the masses; because he
is bitterly opposed by those whomn
the people cannot trust; because
he is honest, capable, and lull of
cominendabie energy; because lie is
unquestionably tlte best man for
the high and honorable position to
which lie Inow a pires.

A wise main hath said. Blessid
Is the muian who magnifietl the ad-
vantages of Iis owin town ni. slaiml-
eth by it wilhi lay il deeds, when
otlivis speimk ill of it coitilinl 11lly,
for upon lithe last day tie. ii.in Ilof
praise :mil gond work will gat a
harlp iand i -'rpwn. il hlut he kicked
and til he l ul t within nio 1ihlie spirit
will he bminlched with tlie imul i-s iiid
tire goals ndiil shipped I o the land
where they dote 'l .sii vl, snow."--
Ciiiplev Bauinir.

Thole who wvoniltd not like It set
Mays made governor, wotldl better
leave off speaking o! limii as ''"Fairmi

If our opinion with reference to er Mays." There is a host of vo-
the matter is a correct one, twe ting fartiers in Florida. and they
would advise the News inaunge- are fully persuaded that it is about
ment to destroy all liquor ad cuts time the farmers were given some
that may have found their way into recognition-, and there are just lots
the office, and allow no other stich af other folks who wouldn't object
poisonous metal t > enter. to seeing a former of the Miyvs
The News has heretofore shown stripe orcutpying the governor's
Itself to he an earnest advocate of muntsiont.
temperance aund morality aid thre- -
fore could inot connisteutly admit a A contemporary says: "''very
liquor ad into its colniimas. good mall will tell his wife, at least
once each day. that he loves her,
When testing a nialn' compe- for nothing gives more real haippi
tencY to sit on a jnry, aind aiii te.;s to a loving wife than to be of-
attorney asks "Can you, if taken teln told by Iher husband that lie
on tnis inry, give this defendant a loves her." It seents to us that the
fair ind impartial trial, according contemporary is a little haud on the
to the law and the evidence?" any fellows who have no wives.
honest mania ought to be able to say "
-'yes" without hesitation. Some There was some tall lyitg done
good men act as though they think here this week by some of the wit-
if they say they will give the de. aesAes in somie of the liquor cases
fendatt a fair and impartial tiial that were tried We believe our
they virtually promise to acquit tuew Judge antd States Attiortvy are
him: but uot so To give a de- now "oil to the racket," and we
fenant a fair and impartial iitt l thik there will be less lying or
tuians to convict if the evidence is "snle convictions for perjury the
sufficient to convict-even if the next term.-
conviction means hanging; and tol Soe jurors don't seem to under-
acquit if the evidect. The is not su. stand just what is meant by "Have
ent to convict. There is some- you any bias for or against the de-
thiig wrong with the man who Is fendaut? 'If they all understood,
unwilling to give even anl avowed and all were honest, many who sit
eiemy a fair and impartial trial. te jury bo would ot do
_______intthie jury box would umot dlo -o.

At a recent meeting of iliej Mrs. Tucker Booth, a noble
County Democratic Executive Comi- woman of Salvation Ariny fame,
mittee of Hillsboro county, for the lost her useful life in a railroad
purpose of recomimenuding 1a manI wreck a few days ago, aul thIe going
for the position of county treasurer out of her guiding light will be
to succeed Hon. Henry L. Mitchell., mnurned by millions of people.
deceased, a Senatorial ballot was --- -
taken, and of the twenty-nine 'Tomn Johnson says Halna is satire
Imetixl.rs present o r voted for Tal- of defeat. This may be true; we
laferro, one for Jg apings, anmid, :tc- hope it is; but we have a iot very
cording to the Tampa Tribune, 1hlie !faint recollection of having heard it
others for Stockton. said that Hanna would not be elect-
-- ed on a previous occasion.

O'bo.;ute osuuty Eicecu-m. sorosng,, irgyy Patrick -witit
pE~~t lesitituitimen- boSmi rmfik; ~ima a distillery on the
liuingsauid Mott% v IuuAlli.ot bINi
ji't~r I fe dead Allsi; fe

AlacbuA county needs good roads,
but she does not need them any
ww".. than alse unde e a stloger
sethil t again li bold
lhd 6.
, ., "-, ."

and is well known in this county, Leiig
a nephew of Senator N. A. Illitch unmid
Dr. S. H. Blitch. The bride is the young-
eat daughter of W. I'. Hlughey, a proum-
inent merchant and cotton buyer of this
place. They received many beautiful
and costly presents from relatives tuidl
friends "

To Our Readers.
Now is the time when we expect thoeaC
of you who are in arrears oni snuscriptiumn
account to begin to think of the fact lithat
we troubled you not when you had noo
money. We expect every one to settle
his account at his earliest couvenience-
anid that is as soon iis lie gets the cash. i.
There are none who o-..e a great denl,
but nimany who owe a little, which wlien
aggregated, ninointis to a "lhig" thlg tLo
us in settling our olllgaliolis, which ilec
by no means small. let every lniai andil
wOImanHII too) to whoin this appeal is iniale
do his (or her) duty, remembering that
we first extended to yon the accoimitinoda-
tion of furnishing our paper on your
promise of paying n the fall.
The foregoing is from the Madison Re
border, but so perfectly does it fit our
case that we adopt it, and ask Star read-
ers to consider it as addressed to them.

Nolary o
at large.


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P.11 M, I Wil

Fildes Had a Fall.
ClhHrles L,. l'ildes, who is ani avowed
Candidate for Congress, wlile hurrying
from the ldeiut oni Saturday night in or-
der to be on hand at the meeting iuet
withll a painful accident. Trie driver of
thle teami conveying him tried to pass the
carriage caonttaiting Senator Taliafearo,
when time horses ran away, throwing Mr.
Fildes out. lie was considerably bruise. I.
St. Augustine Record, Oct. 26.

Thie Wle. Fox.
The Liion, lthe As and the Fox went
hunting together, and It was ogretil
that whatever wias taken should be
shared between them. They caught a
large fat Stag, which the Lion ordered
the Ass tq divide. The Ass took a deal
of pains to divide the Stag Into three
pieces, which should be as nearly equal
as possible. T'rie ,ion. eiraged with
hilin for whnt tlie considered t n want of
proper respect to hisla ua|lity. ew Ipilon
him and tore him to lplecsm. 110 then
called on iho Fox to divide. The Fox.
nalbbling off n aiill portion for hint-
self. left the rest for tho llon's shiure.
The Lion.i, bily pleiasd with this
mturk of re nect, linked the Fox where
he hnd learned sustch pollltoieesa nd
good breedIng.- "To tell the truth,
sire," replied the Fox. '"I was taught it
by the As) that lies dead there."-
A Perpetual sMpred FIrr.
In the penlnanial of Abeheron, for-
merly Ielonging to Persia. but now a
part of Itussila, tlihere Is a perpetual or,
rather, what theo iintive cn ll an eternal
slucred fire wireh Is known to have
been burning continually for iuors than
2,O years. It rises froin nt Irregular
orifice of about twelve feet In depllt
and 120 feet square. The flames, which
are constant, rise to a height of froni
six to eight feet, unaccompanied by
awoke or disagreeable smMt. waving
back and forth with the wind like a
feld of golden grain.
Mature'm Protection or the Ear.
The mnem6rano lining the canal of tho
ear contains a great number of little
glands which secrete a waxy substance
having an Intensely bitter taste. The
purpose of thiu Is to prevent the em-
trance of Insects and to keep the ear
clean, as the layer of wax dries In
scales, which rapidly fall away, thus
removing with them any particle of
dust or other foreign matters which
may have found entrance to the ear.
Where Pa Caue IiV.
"What has your ma named the baby,
Mayr" asked a neighbor of the little
girl playing in the yard next door.
"Henry Arthur Algernon Judkins."
said the tot proudly.
"Why, I thought you were going to
name him after your father?"
"Well, so we 4d4-Ju4klas," was the
eanneludg reply.-New Yorkt Times.

"I always tak thln a the etome,"
,TI ad the au. alma. .at ,M ot a
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