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: November 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00048582:00036

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Putting in Fine Machliiery
Will B, Op),ratinig Nicely
In About' a Mointh
The Star iti i ,] .. il -
I l I'i ,i I .i I t N ,
terdav, .mil lf fo i M1,,l I I .
ind Ins clTi,'it l l | h ., r, .s. ,,. i i, .
Tli i COIIt 1i.ll ,i .' i ., ,-%,"- ,, i I.
of (G aitiesville.'-. Ie i. z r ,r r .
com pan l .. ., ,. .,.- .l C...
business 1 IiLm l. I .. tin r.
very esselltia.il Lth .- n' \ ll
and capital at I i. lthiri., .. ,r i
The lbe t ma l liaea t1 iuL [,r. .l 11clh,
ery is being put iln yv exi.erI-i in I.
nildl also every iailh-'rn c.)iivet'iiln e i I.i.L
ing applied regairrdle,~ of col-t lihe buinl.
ings at present ame cna.,.li.ia- w .i
arranged and it i-, l% i.jh erv.I .1i..1I.I. iI ,t
w tlst is notw seen .> 1. eenn i n i it,.
grounds is (onil) the legininiilg 'l iti
the couipany inltetil to It tIi.th-r
The oily work now gog111 .111 Ilielt
except the placiiUg of i:i.ltiiwrt -is tie
planing imil resawhilig of ininilr, r i.
working to complete lie lt ilt,liu .,i
being coiistructdl, buit iMnnli r i l, i1h
expects to be really f,,r ;acli n lrll uf..
during within about m1 I .lil. 1 ,I lhCn
the hum of itilliitre will bIc hain ill

United Daughters of the Confcde-at:y
Left Yesterday
MesdanmesJ. W. Tc.icli. J 1. K.-li.
W. B. Tailor, C A Clclnui, >iIl.; Mi--
Annie VWilliuma ;. 'represeutiii, tlie: I
Finley Chapter, I' teltcd ),ighliter, .I 1t. e
Co'ifederacy; ainl ilMchi titne- 1. \I J.i. I
son, H. 'I. N.cCrealy, alliJ [ N -ii. i .
liar, representing tile Kirli' S itilli C i.il.
ter of the salle, left yesterl.t for 0 ': .1 1 I ,
ton, where they will attienil I' e N !i11.il.l
Convention of thile liitell 1 i.lnglitcr. of
the Conufederacy.
Mrs. G. K. Baioinie an i. I lighli'. 1l s
Sallie, who have lceien in Ne v Y.,k f..
sonie time, andil w .IO; ii.L- ItI iil'ner- 1 Ili i
J. J Finley Chapter, % ill i '-' 'l ..irt
in Charleston
Mesdanles Teui liil lirio, ,iar I.. lIl-
egates from the J. J. l'ililey Cli.i'ier lhit
we did ntot learn who ecrc icliegiates
front the Kirl.Y Sinitli ii.alu t'r \% e
trust the inalies will have a Itle i:tint liim'.
and we feel sure they illrL repre-.int
Gainesville and their resp)ectite 'liaipti rs

Wanted for Murder
Sheriff J. Ii. I.igliltse of II.1l.inPt i,
S. C., airived iin the city Saturi iit l. tli
requisitioni papers trom tlihe gjvert.lr uof
South Carolina lor ii negro, Samitinvy lohln-
son, alias Andrew Jolinsoii. w'o.> ib ailt'dil
for murder in llainpliti conlltit', S C.
Sheriff 1Fennell, oft Liis cuilntv., cap-
lured Johnson near I1aiie Snitllidv Nov
Ist, and believing him l to b>l the 1111,11
wanted by the Soutll Carolina autiloritici.
he so wired Sheriff I.ightsey, whlo hired
back fur the prisoner to lie Iteld until lie
could secure requisition plaeri anil coilie
for him Tite negro denies liis ilentithi,
but was recognized biy lie Soutlh
Carolina slterifT as being the itati1 wiiti'. l
at llaniptbon.

A Receipt
Do not cut out the receipt ielow, for
cutting it out would spoil your pal.ei -
and that should not be done but sett'
Sl.oo, and we will send you a Iaproprlh
filled out and signed receipt, like tilhe fol-
lowing, except it will he larger, anil look
Gainesville, Fla., . t J.
Received of MI .......

$. for subscription to
Til GA aitSVLI.r..TwiCe-A-WEl:.K S It
From .. ... .190. to .190.

D. E GOIwIN. IE r,
Per .
THE' STAIt is published every Tuesday
and Friday, at the small price of O.NI
DO.LAR a year-less than toNI: CENT a
copy. It matters not what other papers
you are taking, you ought to have Tm:
pecially during the present and coining
State and county political campaign.
Subemlibe today. If you cannot come to
town today, and cannot send the money
now, write us a postal card and ask that
your name be placed on our subscription
list, and then send us the money as soon
as you can.

For Sheriff.
To.the Voters of Alachua County :
I hireby announce myself a candidate
t th ofe. of Sheriff, subject to the
a it t tfe ftshenext Democratic primary.
-.S 'littd I gNmit to 6 aiacbarge the
d*lI,,"tlie ofce to the very best of m
!RUI !d ..le-Ustl eh support of al

I ^i~t.,jl? c^ i

ill .11 .I *l'I.. N %V ;

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I.i 1 H., Ill .' l_,. i the ,.th Iroes

C Ihir'"rI rel n I I, H ighi

111 t it i tti-.1 t a wlto 1a tire or three-
.l-* I '. i .t fr i. i l, sc il ti ula

i' i. S ii i .I t ,-t r, s
I .' ,11 ,,-lll I I I. I '- Ill't ,ll r cll"

I'aulltie Smith, l.otnle Johnson and
,i, .I r i .. .. i ,,a 1 i 1' .- u i i "i It- C s
i t 'l 1 i ,' 'i.,'.. ,i a| u ,rk I ilT linst

N, .i .. I i- i .. a1 t i. i, ei .'nesvi lle-
.,Ii I -, <' I l, | i l reri t li tir 11 af-y

iit 11 I. 1ii ,1 l .N, I li ''.- -' ile ii ii fco i
i 1 i < a itr]itl ri l iies i i the

I at'., I.IL I, f frSeaki, .rih ar el

tili !I t 'it olit i of tiat r
II it i ln u -'r the re t tt stenl, ,

1I i tl.e ,,Ith ie I lli re ii -t -it this sec-

titt tii i i 'h tie ai ilpulic
itaul ,ne Smith, ti hnile Johnson and, i

liln re rl I l -' ll to I SI.Itith a pnule roc
i a il l ti., I.\ I.c eil e ., o llin c' sl to iali a

lini ork -I .y tltys.
*II. l l 1 I I l ')l Ills

n i i ii lIiin o s re-
II 'lit pr l -, ir 'l i i.li a il t Nl l' ,O i.- .
1 *i I ii'.. ili yii li l l oi .l w as.
it tiet al I. l'ritl .1 i ; .n -, co- l lNov
>, i i -11 i : 'i 1 i 1 li, l o ldr

It I,,,,Iuttcr, 'Htn t., et i ly No i. 2 i
,,lil i" L .il'd i N. I Ih i'li isk i y. ie t lyer-
rt i i nI ,i i I .i N ,. i, I n, i l n ilh licit

u ic tl t; rI t se,-t ro wi o oit%

will t I r 'wit tji t t l i.li. tok r gi l itstl
d I, ,\ ott i 1. i,.1 i ,, ii l cl l ie n'r el n l i-
I l iii. t i I. r i o ., th ,lii e\ ca t ife tres l

'tlie 1 Il I h er -i ,t lthe i U lu e, itiee s
'i ,ll 1 ,, i I i ,e I t I ri I l re
till, l l e .. h" ve floi i l bll ti, l i' o li tical.

ll p ."~ 1 1' 1 '. 1 il-I lle\ ( l1.11V 11 110 iO llh t-IC
I % ,-',.,' e' itt ,, rn i gLl have texl

S],.i -l ,. i .. ..-e i t, h- l l v.l yi full -
ates for Speaking. h t
',,I 1 1 I t .. .,I I 1 l t t .I t,,, in g i if r ti l
Ii %%i l l i. I ti le ,i\< i, i.' l e. to iS c iI ic
l I\ -i 'll ia id l ii .ll i, ; tlll, o \tim .. iiie
itin t e i hnc In t' n purpose or
. I iII m l I l, r 1 re l,.' ., I t I'p toN
ill ,i- u ini I l iv m n.> -ihend l n pov inin

I l ,, i ... i, ii ',1 .I I ril lsh lll lilive ex-
',ireh I,,, ir i r',s.lt m y public

priiinnas, of fotlr Spakg
I wih\ m.. t t e Ipli opl'' lo .rliscil publicI
tilne iion, ani l pol, tics, i till ihe followiu. ii
p i i -, ,',1 I i laterer
\ i li lo. \Vei, ,,.r I ,, lhry, November iS.
I, a ll ior iii, Tl Iursxiry, lrt .i Nov. 19.
I hi .li opl TI i iir-' i y, nili t, Nov. 19.'
NI t lll rrl Si tullle ,I \, idla y, Nov. 21 .
\ a ti, r, M .I n.l.i\, .lih y, Nov. 2 h..
ifir h r niir.t-., Ic hs'ley, nigh, N. v u .4
rItC o'ssii VL he Iic' lay, hil. Nov. 25.
(,ianelltii Il,, Ic. il iy, --un g ov 27

SY l opll i eilt'< ill are e'rnesrly re-
i ic l l tol i lct I h l iin l t li e wtill mbe

will be ihriwn iiuoti the B(.oker Wl ashu
lot- -ili a le to oilr in lters

S tale Supernr te.tilenit of Public Instruc-N

., spctfully, 2

Would Oo to Jail
A I old time citizen aid yesterdayy, as
lie watched the three blind tiger coobs
sweeping tle ldust from. the sidewalks,
and appearing so well contented as they
stopped to talk with acquaintances at
will: If I was twilhout a job and hadil
nothing to eat, I'd like to have a job like
those fellows hate. I hey move about
like tsiails, stop work andi talk when they
please, get plenty to eat and are taken
care of at nigltl. It seems to me (Ltey
might be put to repairing the streets-
doing something to earn their board."

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\V Il. lBE

It Whe
Manageri' t
trick liilghL pli
a force of" hi
placelI-. i -i Ih

Ii '1 it o>ef IiN ,
ce'lloutt tile.

NO. 57

r| 'tCI *lai-g atI" timarket f.. li." t Lieiits Cait NV 11. R itlhnarelsont, a former "14 -4 -. *ab 4s w4 40W' EaiWe0 -M 4W 4*E446I 4)0 4W4)*4 M
ELL ~U1 i C 1 ul..'t-i St:ar-" .liatIiniiiiiin Nov. el ctiiiiolii t ei olt PlanI t SystPmn (now
N 1\. .ll. ol liiti w in %'linl s. tt il .e I .l k.. G railroads, but \
LI T PL A T v' r now g-r.ial vatrilin..iter fur the Seaboard C '
LIG H T PL A N T I iHm t.,lir iotlhitii.: i'tl'iel _alt l lt wlen *,Ir L.inelt Tlit ni-.. visited t liis faIdily nli l t i
I.I ..',.s i,, ,rkP July 14, t fr.,Iie" sh.rcthe ,,.l. t p1" toflast week. II "Stock, -td are constantly receiv-
1I' nl I M. ailliseyv of Witlahuoo- If 'our lnir is eco ligi ta'tl- l M
Doig is NOW Hidit d .It i. .,rc r l nJs vi.or, l tl, tihe ct S.tl- living Il larallhled liantir t; wr or F111 up-to-date" Shoes or M e ,.
,:llI. ,iorcl o, ,lls ,o, lIt )t'. ., '-thit. l t idStn-, il>.h W ,onm etl and C h ild ren at p op u lar i
I. C (t.aC.'y.it ,,U f light, plin,, ,, Slii,u prices an11 of the best m akes.
"n"ost p-ni.. n t i li nnfr, %.is in l "ittl. ciy .I I .to tiWeia inlnt l. tighter o Pof.
IilIll)' I \ I)EL ll-i: I{t ;:-tr,:.n i II 1oe -.,., ,i i.,I M .,U ,,i y ,ni y, .utid 11' ?S
I 1D, .1A wnl r, in pr.iniiaii t iiL n ii t ii.i lill iin l Wiii tll s t I I-,1 1 M 1 l'I. T ihe little o ie' a c
-l-it i.i nt.- ni.ii ofi lligh Springs, is illn tit. inother p lri', leI hlr i, the i lt it worl-l"
le Will lie Proud of city .t1,.i evenlyl anlir p ,n,, 11 .. ih e Particular attention to the Ladies
' Completed Ma- C1Mi am.i it. to lutlnt rtitei- reof n.iat n l ft.is. i"Brockport" and Mens"All Amer-
.ry Buing Put In in veaaoinit in or ei'l' thi t iii e .n a ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
10 1 'oit llev t ,o. I lioig, tlte L nh w c.- le 11. Ir t. ut lirotiit il 'te at I e i for loi r self that we have ithe
lit Co., is h ar. lit ,twik %nl itli 'ot na. s ..li t ,g "a ittit ittn tHe ltttitit,,, "i vet,. tuight to this city. J D M a th e s o n ,
1u4la g e ttiing tilt Il l. l ti e l st Ill 0 1't ttl. NI', 1. C S a t .tll il
e, I.... h lie x ectL i, t Ie l I '' (.hnGl is,. ltie ipopl.i i i tsiitiii i t f l I.love t's ll ,t ,tt. it s,'" hiich will i al F
y I",'t tl er ht.e lige hgti't ., l I gli I Spring, W. S it visiltor to (,,,intic-. l,leit n ....utll, riuli ol the evening of f nOB I$o an Lea q $ ore. BiB il il), B.
liglil li. \ ti tl e lilli 't ville SaliIr.[iv N i i iil secil tarv of a i it ollng
c iih.r The pllilat iis n < Mr ani al Mrs. W, 11 I ) it .ir itl Rick.' i McNi' ''liW i ,i .\- ... t ,at l .oi i a l.OU.l 4. i3w fi ls. 4i4-et t4Ok-i k l 0*11* f**0*l3
.ai l i, :i .l.tillle.-, if ,in.e I' etiiit. \ e t na l.i tig t visitors lto I iitiiln NM. :-ti -- l li' t i l it.liiait reill given .. ,_

0,inrC.. of p M i b.j 1 il t il iI'f tt.s io t g,.,
t rte ollhlr 'l i be l irtiglit inio hiiiatieli.Le-
i-ie, iiist,'.il of Ih ivinig lo slhu iltiown 1o
iclpairsi and Iv ha. l tI. ci> y in lhikik e.ss, as
ink- heten the cistoin lit-ri t ftor-
Mr I)oig I- a worker wlio unlistand tii d
whliia lie is doing. I i t'elrnlis to Iintow
right "wht.-it he i- i lit" nild \thtV l lit
turil ont thie light eiil tit I it., l einber El e
people of (Guinesville will (it l griio iiig ill
dark Ies-bs
The plaint luilliing is a .spletid l Itic'k
structure, anid the plaintl itself anli ill (il
lhle itachinery is of the blest, atul wheii
the work of constli i'lion is co llilti, iin
thil pinlil is pi t In opl(r:itioln, our people
nnl feel ploudl of Iaiiienville's electric

she- We nt-In of llsti..
It lint thirt ntlh tiinliitry Ihle use of
ti maa.iilet lint, wh\ irli llstiigilsuted
Cia-lliiils, wiill tat t11il t1UiIr li.\- l'olie In-
Ioilo.llt IV. TI11 tulglholiu tl E liit' hlt-lil
tl(tII'H Ith wartn'lig of n lint wii r-ga nrl.-
aed its ii in ark of rInil aiii d itillmlioiiln.
D ii'-Img lli> rtgl of01 ('hirl-ar I. iwlt I'".
irltlilIa tffuitead a itt ilar a tl' \ II ntil
bron i l lil'iiitiah4 lint, lill- ll 'li 'iv illelrs
adolited a lowor crown iintl it lironder
brim. ornuiiiii-tieod witit frentllriar. li
tho elrly p" art of i (hte Iln of lilnry
V. hills libec'aRii poit iinh", iii n illthe
tlino nf thio wt-sar of the rosos ill men
of higl itndtl low dgroo (with the ex-
Ctlhiti of 'prontllc-s, wolio wore enpra
wor- linhat. Tlioe eiekld luit ninade It
alalutit lriti< t In lao r-lgn of .hnma1s II..
1iinl c.1ih1d bl <'lllulttll unto n variilety
1.1' ...li i'a. It 1W 1 NILlOW'n Uiin hl"r T'V-
lr:i:l i '. all It, Is the cirl atlhir, tIhll- It aliil
It- .. I li, t ;v ul ii: i lihe F ri'l., I llIk.
il; 'l t li pi lia lti a, iI illnyut I u nivtll
I ill l I -'.i; is li i u n1 1 -1 I %\ I I Ioi l Itt h l
S.. I., b1 .il. :ill<1 4i i il O IllU 1 11 litUt : .113ny
.*ir alt i mi l ,'4. n lil Ii w I ll It ii- hlll i r.'
'ii r Um I, \' r';i"r i. o lr n il ililllin.I
Illi i lil l o *I" I i i ri I l (I I. \ i ir
I : uIl of .I li 1.i .: o1 a 1,I t,. r[, 1 a.. ,l l'
, 111n1i lunt. -nrli ;1 Itl i It -i lil w or'a ,
\" ,M 1.1 ,l'ln Io in I 1 1 fl.- il l ill llll'.r
]I t 1 lh ut ii ll l- tilil i \ I 1"I thu I 1at t II l fOI
iiIf r I ll h I t l'ltiz lt il e r Ii ;" < l' .ni" l ille-
ll it, i s .tl. l l il. I t iin ll a ililt a

Inllial l y ot f II u- mI' li al.
h liclhilnes flori rai' si : tr ilr iiy Iav
Inl l I o II 1 o I lt 1 1 it l l nvIlu iiet i vIa ,.If.
i s.1 t iln-kt tnv eiill ei \ 'iIod n f1 inr
i .V 1 \ h l ii l l.r ill I. I. I' l llil 0111 -
tlhlinllio wn:grt In. ..-, i fr iahm a lwnol
of blllyer f tih e o. era, t'llh.r .n.hh
tivIlt iaH hllo ll of t o 11 i, I0a h l, I iIl only
for I r l iis nialrt i.. i.- Il a. iwr. bute
for knowlo h1 g Io il. Ill I 1 lr r a
Iln Millll. II ilr 'rn ,(1 1 ii1l Iiin il. l11',ie-
tiii umu, of *;iicli llii~wrlnnt hl ydrnulle
fifevlcc nas tleI ilpon and the myr'lngl,
the litter being a roin ilrknible given.
tion niml the u real parent of the niodern
pump Whelithor or not syringes were
ever filtled with Inlt ind outlet valvocI
thus making the single anetion pump, lo
not known. But liellown consulting o
an leather bag set In a frame and work-
ed by t fhot. the operator standing
with one foot on each hag, expelling
the Inclorsd air, the exhaust bg being
then lifted by string to refill It with
air, Imnplen the uea ot a valve opening
Inward, and It is difficulty to eone ve
of a continuous operation without one.
Hun sf t the lirdle.
In the middle ages at the girdle wega
hung the thousand and one odds oand
ends needed and utUlised In every da
affatrc. The warivener had hia In
horn and pen attached to It, the schol-
ar his book or books, the monk his
crucifix and rosary. the Innkeeper hlil
tallies, and everybody his knlfe. Beo
many nnd so various were the arUlele
attached to It that the flippant began
to poke fun.
In on old play there aI mention of a
merchant who had hanging at his gir-
dle a pouch, a specacle case, a t -
niard." a pen and ink horn ae "ai
handkerchief, with many other trin-
kets besides, which a merry companion
seelng Bald It was like a haberdasher'l
shop of small wares." In another early
play a lady mys to ber maid: "Glve
me my girdle and see that aU the f ,-
uera, the penknife, the knife to Iloe
letters with. t1-e bodkin, the ear pldl-
er and the seat- b 'u the case."
Don't Tell It.

tille Sit urihlv
Si. I'. Ciuiitnoa, a proiltitntil 1rtick 1111ii
v-egea'lille grower of R-cky I'otint. \tiah
here S itli nii v ti' t ltai utirit,ina

lion shou hld lie getiig really lto nttenul
tl e tilertininmeint by the "Itolton Stairs"
nt theai illdil ititli Nov. 14.
(.liil new papiiaers, saiiiiblrt I for wrip irtgi
purpose. i1 t-a.a h utanilreil or 25 faor
e:ta., tat Tl i't S'ARH olicer
IAller Chrim. Mathieson filled his reg-
liii appointment at the IHigh Springs
Prt'fbyterian chirchi Sundliy.
For Rent.-Two dwelling houses in
West iihinesville. For pariticiitlns apply
to Mr>, Ioran T. Cromwell. Nov 3 If
T 1'. Monitgonieiy, 1i protlininiLlt tuni-
nehs iiiun of o Wiindor, was trnnsacnliig
busitiess in the city Satturdlay.
If youti ainit null lla4y to lilly o1"r tiilhl at
hoilme, ay ofl' iiorlgaigo, o"r cointra'ilct for
nro>lliihhti hir'Inv amioll o ta hi Movers.
Mpl. li. '\. Tool, it viat l eIlti l of
tlhe 'a;inei'aville I'latitlitg aIull Collin 't- ,
tspeilt i Sinly ithli I'rltilsmit Miontllook.
11. I ltl ille of RuLtle .ige, wai-i it i ud-
itesti vii.tor to the city Satuirdlay, anilI Iail
his nine enltee-d oil tihte Str 1 iecriptitnl
Plrof. J. ',. IKelliini, prlntciial of the
AlIucllia school, was aHllIongI thte prom-
uinent eihiicitor whlo were ini Ilie city Stl-
Col. J. W\. Patton, purveyor, Ihas re-
turindh foti Archer, in the vnachiity of
whihli lie located some timnlher Inads for
varlou-s parties.
Mr. ha. II. JiLckson, a pr'ominentl citizen
(if Williford, was business caller at the
Star office yesterday, and ihadl his tianie
entered as a saubcriber.
Missis I'niliie anid Helenti Maxioii- two
f Williston's chariniiig vounlilg liess,
have ieturnedl home after a pleasant visit
to friendiu in (ainesville.
Miss Annie efildeHt, lie Ipoprilar and
efficient ticlher of the Newlberry Sch.ool,
spent Sunday with her qjtler, MhN l1 :va
Filules, who in teaching at Rochelle
MrAs lronsoit, inolhler of Mais ll iiliche
ilBrouion, tlie Hill P'rinting Company
linotyp)e operator, has arrived from New
York, arid will spend ver'il niontlhs in
Mr. F V. Stingle, a former citizen of
Giinueaville, hilt now a popular Ihotel
imanhi of l'ahli Beach, spent several days
in this city, the guest of hil soin ndal
daugliters, last week.
;iddlings' I lair Grower does the work.
For Side by Dr. S. I. lddinigs, ('-altes.
ville, and the Postofice irulg Store. Iligh
Springs. Irsla.
Mr andl Mrs. C. C. Strckland of llague,
came to the city Snturrldty and blroughti
their little baby for Dr. Lodges to treat.
Thle doctor found the child to te stiffer.
ing with brain fever.
If it is job printing you want jist selltl
your onler to the Star. It will have
proilmpt attention, and work and prices
will suit yon. if
Mr atnd Mrs. lFrink, and Misa Anuie
l.ou Hlodges, of High Spliilng, passell
through lie city Saturday, enroute hutnie
from Jacksonville, where they had I en
attending the carnival.
Mr. I. It. eGodwin ofl High Springs,
and Mr. C. II. Crisman of Micanopy, are
authorized to take subscriptions and col-
lect for TIIH STAR. See them about it
J. It. I)ouglas, the grocery mnan, has a
nice display ad. in today's Star. Rend
it and call ona him at his quarters at
122 West Main street, next door to S. J.
'rhoilas. Try hinm for family groceries.
nurnislied rooms witl privilegeof cold
and hot batlh. Unfurnsished rooms, and
rooms for light housekeeping, for rent,
by Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, East Main St.
Henry Gaines, colored, will be before
Iis IlHonor Judge Coliman this i morning,
charged with carrying concealed weapons.
He will doubtless be convicted as Officer
Cromwell took the gun off the person of
the accused.

You will find some
terns in china and
china department, sec
a call before purcha

J. A, Goodwin, the A. C. L.'s popular Rev. W. J. Carpe
ticket agent, webt out with his dogs this will discuss the liquor
morning to hunt quail. He hunted three reference to Deiand, i
hours and didn't see a single quail (or a ing. Both friends a
married one either), and when he re- vited. Place of lectum
turned to the cty he w looking or, later.-DeLand Reco
and proceeded immediately (if uot Won- .
rt), toophyleklng'his doL MUr, Gld. l o Jrewery
win d ,m t wt M ,SI J m liez als -w-1U ..an 4. .. .
,e~nwhyr. Po .k on -i4on fw. r.loop. b oft.-".
0I^ ^ *,= ton t ... th' g. '.. '.
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Beautiful new pat-
glassware, in our
;ond floor. Give us
sing. I. C. 'Smith
nter of Gainesville
traffic with special
next Thursdy even-
and enemies are In-
re will be announced
, OcLt. 7.
4iWUtiUt, you will
which iu

ht, thie I,11.t1 %i (-.Ifiwi il.. ,..H Wis ihe
t Ii t I% ls I i( .A.'l I oIl il tI. r b21i\e i here."
Ilrilig 114 ,oitr ittl,ia iili pi 'e our
gnooIls. If v il l 'till ,I,- l- tier c' s',lih ie
Iliill \\itlli 11 lo luk ll .lo1 1 bl lt ti i
n tritl ( \V I. t, li l ,\ ( I igh
SprinigR, l'lt
S. I Neil u ndil J. 1 Smitli. t liit weie
arrestedll Ire t fi' ew iivs % igo iv- Alcting
Marshiil G.irdiler uill ltaten before the
inny 'or ta a it-hargte if solllt-tiig for ia
picture eilaigingi t'linit'e without first
taking out lit'enses, wer- relenaedilIs. it
wits foitl lhaint thevt were not lit fiollv
reItiired to pi y liceins'i s.
I Bave yoll ti leill (;ihlllingu' II ir i ;ltrowtei
OtherI have tried it atitnd proiouni-eld it
Rood. For msile a it II. (hlilding' Driiug
Store, .linei sville, naul I.ostlofli'e Dliug
Store, Iligh Sprlhig.s
lirs. \V. C. Norvell ailldl inlerestilig
little daughter, I :rnii, lwho live been
resitling hin light Spriti for Homte tinie,
pia-us;d il th'oiighi tIh city ye-Alerhiy) to I'll-.
ltikii, w lie llily' will iresidel in the future.
They were' nectllapnlitil from Il igh
Splritigs it-i fi iis to UhielhI hy NMrI. lMiluie
t'louil, int cuiiiialil y lov of Ili gli Spriigm.
If voiu lii\ct ii litOtm. o i rotin, i n seft if
roonis ti re'l, italvtitir maIieI i Tihe
St ar. If you are too lint to oicoe to tiche
office just 'lihuonle ii the iworliing of yonut
sal. Our 'plionle is No. 86.
Mr. P. M. Colsont is agnini in our nihldt
tills week. If Mr. Colmota's liUttsiciie
relations would permit we would niom-
nate hiin for "lrenaurer of the State, and
there in none lt'tter Rilted or more units-
simainiig, iil lie would fil ail thile place with
hinat digniy that wouil reollecteredit upon
Ihe Stute iial wnrrainl th.te satisfactory
ilischarge of duty.- Perry IHeranli, Nov..1.
(;idlleui' J11iparulloled lihtir (Irower
is all llinlt I n liaolla h lioes. It aiires
lniilntruT stlop filling ialitr anil produces
lea lhair. It ni al excellent hair dreiaser.
I"or tlile ll t It ( iildlinig 'i ia g Store,
(iiiieiville, nual lli' Il'nlolliet Irig Stoire
IIIgh Slprin i,
Rev W.. .1 Carieiait-Ia, utti' iof lthe
ablest lechirers oi fli-' i'vilt of the liquor
traffic it this State, hlsti i('cpltel ailmi vi-
intion to ndldrets the people of I)el.antl
next Tihurstm y eveinhig. I)elaniid people
who have heicari Mr. Carpenlter will lie
present if they caun, ainll Ihlhos w lii aMve
not heardI l hi shoulil iiavil theliselveh of
this opportunity ito be rileiteliiai l aand
enlightene I.
I.vervlboily's tlihot- are fioinI II olir
shoe ilepartient-il. I-'.very kinil of altOe
for evervlioiy -irn, wi ano arn-i, liildirc
ail tlIhe- balies, foi etv-i y I itiilet-, every
dress, ntd every sport aiil puatline ue.
Whether you walk or rlil-, huIsh or hunt.
We have lihoen lfor nil the'iie iuse, at
prices that will suit. IL. C. Smith.l
Miss Slieranil of Ivi, S. (C., andi Mims
Mny Thomipson of Aitalerson, S (J., who
have been visiting Mrs. M. J. Ward of
Micianopy nild Mrs J. It. imerson of
Kirkwool, were ill the city yesterday
mccoupiritieil Ily Mr lKiuersoi. lFroam
here they went to visit friend at some
point in South Ilorldna hieft, re lriiirnig
to Carolina. Jioth of the young lialles
are very pleciaut --really charnitigi iltI
ionme of Alachta's yOig iii 'men rlt-gre t
ice them leave.

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Canned Goods, and int
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Prices low as the low-
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t tbled s-i the political ttiltation is lhis opponents n.*e in Florida Ihuni
Wi'terida, say that- Broward is rapid- ing votes," as time expression i-
r 1gaiithng favor wit h the voters as now being applied to the same
-. acaudidacy for t"wernor is talk. officials Is also betig overworked.
A.'l ailing theaml. Wheti our SenatosA and Congress-
'mien are "illn Washington attendin..,
J eksioville has been crowded this to their business" they are doing
; week Nearly all o( the candidates nu inure than is their duty, and n i
Ill the State have been there, and, more than the: are getting well
it fP believed by ss ,iie, that for each paid for. Antd when their oppo
cai.ditoate peesent there \\as at least ients are "it. Florida huntilng
.lie other feluw. votes" they are not doing atn iIl.-
'~- gitimate business, and they are not
, h- hveiy Florida editor should put getting pay for it, either. Surely.
.tile Ftsrida. Selliol Herald, publish sane voters will not expect lthl canl
.ed at St. Augustine on his ex- didates to follow the office-holdets
.hattge list for the benefit and to their places of businesss;" nor
1:.ftmu're of thle def ihv-s' who do will sane voters think less of cand -
twork o ithie Ilerald. dates for being "in Florida huiti.--
ing votes."
;.,A South lornrsin exchmige boasts -- ---
S afripewantermieloi. air- r.cettit1- Sim e Mr. Bryan is having ss I
ad4 front thie viie miiniis sectio_.I much trouble about that $8o,oo00
itat of that? Here in Gtines- willed to himn by a millionaire al
l:.!Jridn Is hIuietimes fidids mirer, the editor of TamI STAX has
ltOM o the market decided that if any one udmirts
1. t i him 0o.003 o worth, he would hik
A, 'u! a*04-eX-SelatoIr.Call I at leat a large slice of the- aloutt
tlmi remme Wbe thba he it Qile 01 Iefore the admirer goes hence.
', b and." ad tha* of thatn
Onti people's man for Fthited "Governior Jennings' modesty,"
Slritator should east tIe.it tRya nn exchange, "is s ublimne.
,on. J. N. C. Stockt*, DOrinig an east coast Campaign la t
.he stood befo e bis audiences,
I m who have meot e without batting "nn eye. so -
advertising mat, that it Was all a
r read.. agt the pol.
Z=.. -. A.

Initd States S atw -
Platt and Stewart,, all copt t:t
old wme, have more or less ecen
married ,r lung wives. As far
these tr-ee are concerned, it r
not be said that old men look up
marriage as a failure.

B ft T O )Metropolfsi DeFuniak cor.
S. GODWIN npondent, speaking of Hon. Jno.,
,', ditor and. roer r. 1'?. C." Stockton's speech at -that
place on Nov. r, said:
g1April a8, 1Wt.at GeO lle, He devoted most of his time to
--p.S.. ter.e.. "the Louisville and Nashville Rail-
I".APO ,a ..1079.
1f,'., road;
eve ryTuesday and Friday. 'The Railroad Commineng lbt
s year advance. said, had ordered a 8. i t-t.,mte"
Co foar tr Mesths, passenger rate to' go -oto' efect
as- C ntsa for Thre. months. May 1, 1008, It t0t. company's
"A''.aiso Raves. -- lines in Floridat," #i the purpose
cTl. ] ein revere type, 5 cents of defeatingg &hJ order -the conps-
0 Insertion,. ny s finsi *b ,pTeldent, W. D.
1 Ibrdiaplaya-1vertisements picked Hinsft, lM April 27, 1903, ob.
! )IOn'. ttad -t M Judge Pardee, of At-
I -- .lak.' retraining order, in order
lachua county's field sportsment to-sseure which lie had sworn that
now having a huge time killing th, total actual, minimum value of
A. the company's property in Florida
Where there is a will there Is a was $5,169.063.37, and if a reduce
.," but sometimes it isawa w to tion of from 4 cents to 3 cents a
a law-sauit on one's hands. mile was made it would -reduce the
revenue $21,882.45 per annum.
'he carn'vl in Jackbonville this "The atto ueya for the Railroad
&k was all that was expected of Commission, however, ip applying
tad, in some respects more. to have the restraining order dissolv -
ed, had produced affidavits from
?'tons contemplating coming to Vice-President Hines, in which he
rida should remember that swore on February 28, 1908, when
6eaoville is the exact center of he was making a return for taxes,
world, that the full value of this same
'* man who will not sometimes property was only $1,810.004.
Sm who wl not sometimes "In other words," said Mr. Sock-
IVe. his rights for the good of tou, "when the company was try-
, i an ingrate of the most g to defraud the State out of at
less kind. just payment of taxes, its first vice

Et is not surprising that some president had sworn that, the road
Itlcians have the swell-head, was worth only $1,810,004, but
political bees are as poisonous as one day less than two months after
mey bees are. that, -when it was trying to prevent
the enforcement of a 8 cent rate,
Dowle is forcing the public to the same official had sworn that it
im a real poor opinion of his son. was worth $5, 169,063.27. This,
Instating that the young man said Mr. Stockton, constituted a
Vet fiued a woman. case of perjury, which, in the case
S of a poor man before a Federal
-The Tampa Morning Tribune judge, would hae surey eu the
nks as a "dark horse" Booker occasion for that manu saeentece to
ashington would make an appro- the penitentiary."
ate candidate for President, Who can wonder at the corpor

Would it really be inappropriate nations which are determined not tto
ean speaking of some of the sleel pay their ,just proportions of the-
lgsateM to drop the last "e" in taxes, unless forced to do so, wilh
a word "steel," and use an 'a" speud fabulous sums of money t lieu thereof? defeat a ain who ains the courage
to expose such criminality as this
The man who ever meets ob. above discleos-s? And who will de-
itel la his way Is the man who ny that such exposers of perjure,.
ver goes anywhere; and the man .corporation officials ns Mr. Siocl.-
10 makes no mistakes is the man ton is, are the kind of imen wetne e.
jo does nothing. in the United States Senate?
By the manly efforts of J. M.
Mr. I. B. Godwin of High Barrs. the would-e t ttxpayi
rings, antd Mr. C. H. Crisman of corporation of Jacksonville slani.
leanopy, are authorized to take bee-t forced to greatly incr'en-c, th
becriptions and collect for THin
. ee tou about it.a t of their contribttiois ti
At. See them abort it. the tax fund, and on hlis head ha

The good roads fever is not a been brought down thie curse- ow
al diseqie, else some of our good the corporation ainalgnils.
ads advocates would have passed The corporations are axiou- lit
ay long since And yet the work defeat L1ockton and Birrs. andi t1t.
not progressing any too fast. toiling Ina sea who pay more than
their just proportion of taxer,
People are now coming from the should see to it that they are both
irth and East to spend the winter sent !i Wasliiington.
Gainesville, and hotusesa re ---
irce. Real estate owners should OVERWORKED EXPRESSzIONS.
Le due notice und build omne "Our business Setia'or" and "I e
uses. jes' Inffs" are two expressions tliit
were quite common a few months
Acmordittx to the ive Oak Daily ago, hut we hardly ever see then
itnocrat Hont. Frank Reese, ol i pimit ,iow-a-days. Tile express
wawitee county, is likely to be. 0 were nmucli overworked br
me a candidate for Conttgreas. zealots friends of certain catndi-
it our hext Coangressian will be dates, whom it did msnore harm thaim
M. Bars. good. And ntow the "in Washinig
Perisiu w-h ar ,tnre or ,. o ton attendiIng to his bushiess whlil

suddenly uneontscinu, and In a mon
I he Is dead. The time, however, betw
the penetrating of the shot and the
temral heiorrhnge las sufficient 'to
low the animal to travel a very con
erable distance seemingly unlujure
WThe pelow thre Jaw.
A man struck with any degree
force upon the mental area of the j
although he may be in perfect phyl
condition. -Inatantly collapses and f
to the ground. The attUtude a-aa
In recovery, which may be lnstanti
oa or delayed some mlnutaes. I B
charaetedtle. He squirms ab
ralsm s head and llls bki eyes Ia
attempt to ionte hinmelf. ife ttrie
Xt oa his site atel bow; he esna
atm to t, upg S bandsand It
drunken a SA iA he pseem
reopen hotttlettp It p
ly "put out" l-
blow It o.
hearted t,

e. 'lti 'fifty-six negroes who I
.trin county, Ga., last Pebrui
for Monrovia, Liberia, says t
Jacksonville Metropolis, are hi
ing a hard time pf it. Twet
have died from sickness and wi
of food. Thirty-six still remain
a sickly and destitute conditi
For the lack of homes they w
all put in a house of two rooi
where they died, one after the oth

Mistakes are as liable to be it
by honest and competent officials
accidents are to happen in the I
verbial "best regulated families
so if our Honorable Board of Co
ty Commissioners maJe a mist
in the selection of land on whi
to conduct a "poor farm,'! that
no reason why the board sho
give up in despair. Let anot
trial he made. A poor farm
good land, and well managed, wo
be a good thing for Alachua court

In today's STAR will be fo
"Dates for Speaking" by 1
Wmn. N. Sheats, State Superin
dent of Public Instruction an
candidate for re-election. At
solicitation of frieuds Mr. Sh
has decided to canvass Alac
county5during November. He
vertises nine speeches and inuv
his opponents to meet him on
stump. His first gun will be
at Waldo, Nov. 18, and the se
of addresses advertised will c
with one at Lake Butler on Nov.
"The Osceola county poor far
says the Macalenny Standard,
not only a self sustaining inst
tion, but actually turns money
the county treasury. It is a m(
farm, and nearly all the supi
used thereon- are grown by
beneficiaries who find a home th
besides, there is a splendid ora
grove on the place that will y
4.000 boxes of fruit this sea
Every county ins the State cc
obliterate their pauper list, if
county commissioners would
low out the O.ce>olu plan.
counties co.-ldJ nt have an ora
glove, but th.-re are other, thi
thlit could Ie used "
Some Odd Mars.
in human beings the two earn
taently do not niathli, though, as
sinniot be properly seen at the s
lin,, thisa defect usually envcpes
notice. The same thing la true to s
i-xient of inmoik-ya at nd iltindru
samd owls have one enr directed
wintrl isd the other downsirtnd, w
oiaables them to hoar both bore
Ielow as they fly.
Taking the word "ear" tin a bro
senIae, there are somo anninals w
posstius two kluds of these organs
fish. for example, has a pair of
tiantlheded In its head, and also a
cullir streak-the liternal line--run.
down each side of the body. w
astpeara to perform some of the f
tlona of hearing. as It Is concern
with the detection of movements In
surrounding water.
The two feelers which project f
the head of nn Insect are almost
tainly auditory organs, and when t
are supplemented by ears of ann
kind we can say that the ears are
all alike.
Grasshoppers and locusts have e
ears Iii their legs, and the comr
house fly has a pair of little club ahi
Iprojections bthluid tho wings
nncera) which probably help It to h
-Stray Stories.
Odd Deth of a BIrde.
A curtlousi Imnstance of bird deat
recorded by W. B. D. Bcott In
"htory of a Bird Lover." He tel
story of a kingfisher who'was l
pursnaed bh flight, apparently unh
for 200 feet, and then dropped d
Still, when the body was exam
there was no mark of a wound upo
which gave rise to the possibility
a wild hird could be frightened
duidth. "I have sen the mame ti
happen many times sinco," contli
tho story. "I know uow the reason
thla. A single ahot striking an bir
flight. penetrating the thin aide of
body anud entering hs lung., mak
very mall hole. and no external hem
rhasgo ensues. There sla little or
shock to the bird. I fancy he ha
feels pain. but prosaently the Inte
httemorrhage from the great blood
- sels that have been severed makes

PU west half of the soutlh west quarter" of toero3..
that sectionseventeen; allof section eighteen; PRICK $5 NET. TO ACCOIINIIANN\ IAciI "_ _
St the east half, the east half of the north I( ORIR. '
SIDE west quarter, the north west quarterr of FOR SALI," ,NI, B
nues the morth west quarter, the east half of:
for the south west quarter of section nine- DOW, JONES & CO.,
d I teen, the west half of the north west 44 Broad St., New York The A tlantic Coa Line
hs quarter, the west half of the south west
e quarter of section twenty; the north half The f est News Agency of Wall Street IS.O LL T L l r NT-
of the north east quarter; the south east and Iublishers of The Wall Street Journal
no quarter of the north east quarter, the INVESTORS READ T Via ia
Io northwest quarter of. the north west quar- r iD luoomnt uPorntia
dly ter, the north west quarter of south east W all Street o a orl o
rnaL quarter of section twenty-two; the west I OUr a. Ja ,icksoi.ville. c
vem- half of the north west quarter; the north, -- lle Jckaonille
him west quarter of the south west quarter of end Y'nu ILundti '0n 0 t
eat section twenty-three; the north east quar- pj IYou Lu toy O ljI V 0i ah
een ter; the south west quarter of section P. .& O. O Dpfor
In.- twenty-seven; the north east quarter of --TH1--- u Ste smship N I en
al- the mouth east quarter, the south west W Lines t l' nery
u rter are Je el Laundr Rapid Transit and surpassedd Service.

half of action twenty-nine, the east half Time Table in effect May 24, 1908.
the east half of the northwest quarter. Runkle, Proprietor Ipart I or GAIN ILLE
a of the north eaat quarter of the south wast' GAINESVILLE An e From
law, quarter; the sonth west quarter of thea GAINESVILLE, FLA 4t pm
al month wet quarter of section thirty; thHe : p Ins ediate Points.
east half, the north west quarter of the south east Daly tait yt-__ona, Jaeksonts e, a
Mod nouarter, the ntouer of he tion thirtyone; I 40 ntenne st and West
allr of section thirty-two; the south lf -illy Sp WayerIa'te vanh Biaek
5Dm- of the north east quarter, the west half, M" p n -- tka. -
Mt the north wet quarter of the south easta Naly al rt.i? tns W ^eft j3
out. quarter, the mouth bbAf of the mouth east I n-a N Hi-h orth, atnd WeHi h
an quarter of sctiop thirty-three; the east Iily Abaspny,! Atlanta SallPo ntnoi- B wi 7RZ
Sto halfof the north weat quarter; the moath p- m ui y. Atlanta, all Poin-t North. Ba5S W .
er-. we t quarter of the north west quarter; Daily Ro-helle
Sthe north half of the The STAR s $1 a icnopy and t
Im f 0 aectloa thlrty-foui, in townshp ten le STAR is al
mouth of range sixzpes te t. The ouath. Dal Moy .High springs
to at quarter of the ut t uartr ex. Monday High pring Sy
Sthe south eqat quarter of the u weo t It. ...
lt, qart o eactionathirty-.w ituamaihp Interchangeable Mileage Ticketa, good over 13,ooo 0.n lof.
f a" ath of m rac teot.- eat, pal r "twys in the ioutnhern State s-, ar rl d esl o"

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OlAdTUR's&%&A. 'to if R. h. And etAlitali tweit eST O 1 .O 1
Under and y virtue of a decree a "evei t'busand, fivet iuuin -I 31111i.- H l r r T- o ,
.- r-n- And wen-ty.tVCuti -,.lredthec acrei. I 1 %O N
tldered on the 29th day of October. A. D., oeor lea .. .
t iof by Honorable J. T. Wills, i udge of' Togeter with ill. r ind s invular tlie I
.7"s te Elr h th' Ju"' al I temeot- her tedltine, ans. ita .1PTSI- A f ..LL,
ran Circuit.of Florida, in and ft Alachua nce itherennto belonging, or i any wise 1 f fr Alac1 a IanAtrVLA
P county, in a case there pending nr the appertaining, ansid the reverston an.s re- I C ottoln i L r tl* I, r .
Chancery side of maid court wherein versions, remainder and renuii'lrr.
Fannie T. Porter, as Complainant, and rents. issues nwd profits thereof. "na
Mattie L. Smith, in her own right, and Said p r petty levied upon and to be
e Administratrix of and for the eailte of sold as the property of tile saide Ir).f,-. i- 1 p1 PU ad U v On r nd.
eft H. R. ~tmith, deceased, Charles D. ioants, to satisfy mid pay sand decre, i.es I
ary Haines, Rnmer T. Hainea, Charles C. anti cost; lerms casli. aI Quanitl..
th Lodewik, Lids tialnes, and rank Rice Thm i3rd ilay of November. A. 1). ,c,. In S ed or Lint, Large or Smal Qun
Ihe are Defeniants, wherein I was appointed W. S. IIRO.OME, r e e liares fr-C. Vin" off IS
av- a' a special Mster in Chancery to exe- .Special Master in Clhi.,ce-rs. AdvanlceS tiande Hareho e charges fr- .
t cute id4d4cree, I will sell at pubHe out- - i
y cry befo the Court Houe door, in the Prfe e made by letter or wire. Correspolidentce solicited.
ant City of Gainesville, in Alachua County, .
in Florida, & Monday, the 7th day ofie i.- ............ ... :
n cember, A. D. 19go, being legal sale day. l0.TAS...LHD 5.56,:,V. t
on. between the legal hours ol sale, the fol- C i HO(MAS, ESTA-L ISHED 1880
c lowing described real estate situated, ly- HoIAS 'I I T COMPANY
ere ing and being in the County of Alachuu, ATTOiRN',V AT ,.A', TH ALACHl A CLt)UN A T IACI COMPANY
Mns, in the State,of Florida, and particularly I
her. known, diatinguiahed and deacrib.d Ia ';ainesvillc, IFlorla. jainesville, Florida.
er. follows, to-wit: Opposite lrown ioue ie q es,, ,,f til- r-s c.si.lelration for the investor.
The north half.. the north half of the IlieNI e I 1 Alachua" Coutnny l..|twn,
ade south weat quarter, the mouth east quarter, .N A riiiPu 01 IlI tiir.itilitdl'" o Pt lreul
of the south west quarter, anil the weit busies given ponpt an careful
ai half of the south east quarter section oue; AXES RETURNED AND A U. n pompt a rel
pro. all of section two; the east Ilf of the CIIRISTO'PHER MATISN, ES RETURNED AND PAID.
s, north east quarter; the east ialf of the r B. R COLSON, Manager.
; south east quarterof section five; the east ATToRNEuv AT I.AW.
)uln- half of the north east quarter; the south
west quarter of the north east quarter; Gainesville, Ilorl.r. .
ake north west quarter of the north west IO il M L
aich quarter; the south east quarter of the (fice in Miller's I.a.v FXL asige.
i north west quarter; the east half of the .. i- Ii
t is outh east quarter of section eight; the HAIRt UROWLR t.
3uld east half; the south half of the north west Ilrookln, N V April2, ,
Quarter; the south west quarter of sec- l lroo k ,N 9lir r n')
other tion twelve; the north half; thie south D r.S. It. Eiddiiings, X I FL. jiX *
on west quarter; the north half of the south Dear Sir:-Will you kin'tlly inforiii me
east quarter; the south west quarter of by return mail if you can sendl your 5.." c(Itle effective jtune 28, 19o3.
atld the south east quarter of section thirteen; bottle of Hair Grower tie .InparalehI ..-li I I
ity all of section fourteen; all of section fi G SroIiriRN DIVISION. i 54 I 34 I 66
teen; the north east quarter of the north (Trade Mark) and if so I will send ,o jcksonIile 5at 7 31 5 oop
east quarter; the south east quarter nf a postal note for the asie. Please inforui 'tA J ickso le Ar o 5 0 7 15a 4
Utd the south east quarter of section ieven-- me the aniount of postage if it ctuil lie '5 51' Il hlltao ..... 08 2326 46 o 25a 4 a 52 0
ou. teen; the east half of the north east mailed, t .. -11r Al "To Lv 7 53a 3o0p
quarter of section twenty; the east half, 12 P'l P .;p) Ar .A1IN1,S1li L 7 V 1 P53a
ten- the south east quarter of the south west When in Floria the winter jof I.. ; p l I 5 I ......
d a quarter of section twenty-one- all of sec- and '98 I used five ,ottl-es of thlie twerty 7 991)' r C r Key ... Lv 5 52 ....
t on twenty-two; all of section twenty five cent size and produced a tRice growh I 'II 1Lv S silver Springs ... 12 521
tle three: all of section twenty-four; all of of hair where it bad heen etir eli ,l i Wilwoo5l .. 12 23aI 6p
eats section twenty-five; all of section twenty- for fifteen r, an now I io .. o 7 cop8 25
S six; all of section twenty seven; the north for fifteeners. ansI now I jo.ll 1 ik t, I *1 7 2., ire Cis S 5
hua east quarter, the south east quarter of the try it ouce more if I CPi, get it. .1 P I1 I ale City -1 28p to 7a
ad- south west quarter; the north east quar- 'onrs truly. 5 P 5 at City .. 9 3P 9 45a
ter of the south east quarter, the south 59 Hicks St. J.. W. HtvNIt. 7 ~ i l.anatee 3 e 4 45P 7 4a
vites half of the south east. quarter of section J. W .V-S. 7 1 1 aa.
thile twenty-eight; the north half of the north State of Florida, 7 S "12 .. 2 soop
est quarter: the north half of the south Cotnty of Alacliua, ;6 ,-0) 6 495; ..AT Tain. .... Lv Oop 8 Sotn
ired east quarter, the south west quarter of City of Gainesvile.d bore NRTH .ND \.ST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
eries the north east quarter, the east half of Pereonally appeared l>.lore tie si, N O h N l- &
the i.orth west quarter; the south east scriber, a Notary Public ilm anti for tile
lose qtrter of the south ea-t quarter of sec- State of Florida, at large,S. l(dlligss v JaIcksrinilln 8 45a 7 p I.v Jackso ville City 3 4 9 25a
S28 on thirty-three, the north half of the who being duly swo by me dlloses a,. t' op Ar Live Oake City- ......p a o2
-8 north easat quarter; the south west quarter says that the above testimonial wa, seumi :\r Bru.sib k 2 p 1 35P Ar Live Oak 5 o 12 04P
S of the north east quarter, the west half, to him by mail by J \. Hlavrnes, a 't,.n.a vaiiali, .. shp II 5oa Ar Madisonticello .... 9l7 5P s 58p
the south east quarter of section thirty- whom he had never seen or hearil ,f, A arfx 3 91 1 4a Ar Monticello ......- 9 lop 3 a5p
"ls four; all of section thirty-five; all of ee- also that he had no knowledge ol tlie Ar ienmark3. 571P 2 2oa Ar Tallahassee ..... 9 40P 3 25p
titu- lion thirty-six, in township nine south of man ever having tsqed or proctire, the At he ohtia 5 .3p 3 P Ar Quincy- ..... ....--4 t7
range fifteen east. The east half of the Uuparalleled IHair Grower. and i s far .. Ar Catiilen 7 4p 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 o
into north west quarter, the south west ouar- e knows no one had Iue-l i to Ar inigton . 12 o5p Ar Mobile -.. . 0 5o
odl ter of section seven; the south half ot le send it, aiid that lie mail lan s ievcr ie- A 2..,i o. p Ar No ilea --- .. ...
south west quarter of section seventeen; ceived any thiug for senrlig it. .Ar .'t,.er I Ime-. II IS 9 36a Ar New Orleans .- .. 7 2-a
plieC the west halt; the west half of the south :"worn to and subscribed before me th;Il Ar R. leigh Ili 53P Vo 45a Lv Jacksonville .. 8 lop
the east quarter; the south east quarter of 12th day of Noveinber, A. I) 1 ,i2. Ar iortiouli s uoa 5 35P Ar Macon . . 3 4a
them outheastquarterof section eighteeB; S D. GiImiNN(.s, M I). At Richuon. Va. 6 35a 3 12p Atlanta .-..-.-.-..- -7 50oa
ere; all of section nineteen; the west half of J. M. Rivvs. Ar ashiigtol .. lo ,a S 3op C1hattahooga ..- ...- ... -2 05p
the north east quarter, the west, half; the Nutary Puhlic for the State ofl Il.fr.l. Ar tli oe ....a 5 15P Nashville .. . .. 9 2op
"sge wept half of the south east quarter; the t large. Ar hilaelphia I. 36p 2 50a ht Louis . . 7 a
field south east quarter of the south east quar- .\ ew ork 4 p 6 o Chicago . 9 Sa
son. ter of section twenty; the west half ofConnct for etto. Manaee. eea Saraota, on 31ecept Satr-
ould the south west quarter; the south east .' o i i.n. s for l netto. Manatee. One.o and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
the tuaweyof the south west quarter t -- rai, N,,. 34, seaboardl Ixpress, drawing room iPullman sleepers between
ol-. of the south west quarter of section : ru Tampa, Jacksonville inml New York, via Richnuond and Waaflngton. Vestibuled
foAll of the south nortwe east quarter r of section a h between Jacklonville and Washington, via RichntoAd. Cafe dining
All t -e i ; thenortheas rtf r of car :er% ice frim Jacksonville.
ang the north east quarter; the west half of crNo. to, -eabolari Nlail, lay coaches, mail, baggage and exprem cov between
ings Ihe nort east qart;othe westo haft .c i,
the south east quarter of section twehatl-o .l -Cl oviille imld Waslhington, aud drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack-
nine; all of action thirty; all of section twU sos lie and New Vork.
thirty-one; all of section thirty-; all wo; e tioNo connects at Stark for I.aCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
thirty-one; all or section thirty-two; Lite iul.t ,- I'htits. aiiI at Archer a itli h:rly IBird branch.
west half of section thirty-three in town I. \ .. 7, ahe- ler etrer New Orleani ad Jacksallle.
bot~ shipe oth iea l stiartrof site nrth east. .St, .II,. lr Key We-,t an, I Havalla. Leave Port TaupaM -uudays, rTuesdys ati
both The souLh ea t quarter of tile nnrth east t i r-.1iIl, if p iIl
sain quarter, the west half of the north lwest 0. Ic EI.A Ge. l Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
our quarter; the south half of section one; all E. C 1. '1.0), I N Et \sg't Get. Pai Agent, Jaicksonville, Fla.
some of section two; the north east quarter; i' L CJlil. 'licker Aget, Guiesville.
peds, the east half of the south east quarter of
up- section three; the east hnalf; the north
blch half of the north west quarter; the south
d east quarter of I he norti west quarter of Oai esville & Gulf R'w'y Co
election eleven; a ll of second twelve; theneG ulf R W
north hal of the north west quarter; time We'll Sitbw i ou
ader north east quarter; the south west S(usr- omie very pretty fraim.s if v.u'l-ll .,,. Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.
hieh ter of the north ,est qourter, time itrth c i
l. A west quarter of the south west quarter, come in and gi.e is a clint,...
ears the cast half of the south cast quarter of We like to show our line mIf i.iiin.,
pe- section thirteen; the north east quarter j itnuldings anil pictures. kWe to nik eal. I i No I No No. 1. No. L.
atng of the north east quisarter of section four- rlfD frames to illlteli utIl mi,'t 1.tr. F'ceDi Ii.ily t a 'IA fliNS Dsm. Dlly
hningh tee; the north eastquarter of the ttiorth artraetonnhn r oN ll. Dety.
hich east quarter, the north east quarter of the I We would like to enlarge yuiir p i. t.Irt ii
une- north west quarter of section twenty four, a y size andi grade froimi i cr'<.n ti. :itii i
rned in township ten, south of raiige fifteen oil. -.' lrM r.v M. I I
the east. The west half of the north west Our stock offers the ea.t 'ou ,ulI ratrfield Ar .. Ar.A... ArIM.
quarter, the west half of the south west "" iat Irvine..... .I
roma quarter, the south east quarter of the Iave. V. r. (ARi.aTirr ..Mi Cii ';. D,,ngrv .... .. ::::: ".. .... S'"
cer. south west quarter of section four- the Stuilmos II andi 12, illMler .in v I. xci.ine I, ... Rioultlde
hese north half, the north half of tIe (;.uniicls.. I- Ila. ', Lake Sionto t n
their south eset quarter; the south east T lBconma .. .
quarter of the south east quarter iof e-el- T OU con .... ..... I
not section five; the north east quar- KEEP POSTED ABOUT C Klkwd ...
ter; the north east quarter of the Y |'C 1lewellen .I ... ......... *.
xtra north west quarter, the south half of --i 1 wachota .... .
mon the north west quarter, the south half | t A '.,. Rcky I'on ...... .........................
ped of section s; the west half f the north i. ne. e '
(bal- east quarter, the north west quarter and C Or oration. 'L'" 0 -.:' "" -iy" 8
tear. the south half of section seven; the east 1l.'1 : .;; -yr .. S 40 I W 0
hal f of the north east quarter, the sutith i t he White & Kemible Atlat M.ap ;oi I i7 Ar ": s'nahm 2 5
half of section eight, thIe west half of Voluame of Statistics shoiuhl lie in llite ", X alket iler, u g. & p..
the north east quarter, the south-east lands flever sok lt i n i arkeCt a. p 75
h is north west quarter, the north east quar- accessible to the public. This volume e mi I| 111- ni V tldst.. S. B a 41 Sp 2
b"s ter of the south west quarter, ibe west shows by a fivea-rolor-inmap the locition of i 0P ... c. s. I a toa5 -
ls a half of the south west quarter, the south plants, ore landst, railroad anil sleusn.sliii, .r i .\r'u"M A A.smsl. c orai ?I o .
shot, east quarter of section nine; the north li nes, and gives official statements of L A M. Le P. M.
turt, west quarter of the south west quarter of earnings, distribution of capital, divissim Aon, .
ead. section fourteen; the north west quarter of -ecurities, incorporation certificate, full A-. M.- GRAHAM, Presidet.
Inad of the north west quarter; the south half text of bylaws, complete legal digest of! L- BARKIR. Gea. SupLt.
. of section fifteen, the north h the the alf, rtgages, etc., etc., corrected to s)c- F. HILL Agent

.- -a ..! .Y.,-


0Colombian Gun Bpat Starts Racket But is

Called Down by Uucle Samn.


6' 6nce More the United States
Has Closed Railroad on
the Isthmus,

Month to commit Itself in such cases
The Invariablo rule aa to recognition
Ia cases of rovolutloas Is t) rewogn le
do fact conditions and If the United
States consular oilaer at Panama
and Colon report that there Is an act-
ual working f vernment in pin.iseilon
of ltbutass t iathey will be allowed -o
do bualness with it.

S. aecesson Well Planned.
----- The reto'luUon whiilli t ocurrel
.ru'ther Details of the Sonsational poclamaton of itt, replmlmce of the
Coup in Declaration of Indepe,nd. trma ant sc i : n'tex, il th
ence by Panama Citizens. ed. Bince o ,:n..'y .'"I ,' ti, of rumors
Uncle $am i Vitally had been in ir Iritltiti)u. but it Was not
SIntrested. unti'll Tui.,'a) ii-tiht ial the hour long
lookel fvrv.trl to ly Lth aIsbabitants
Vice United States Consul Ehrman, of Panamo f..ril 1 F'lr two days pre-
at Panama, Colombia, cabled the st'.e vtou'.',y pg ..i..: people had be n
deoprtment trnder Wedsesday's dale garLhrirtg altiiI tlt,) town tli(utssilng
mthat the Colombian gieyernmeuL war the llt:i;,,. il tlhi c.tased alarl
S nship begota was'shelling the city. itpol th ii i1!r etf lin authorities, for
Mr. Ehrimiln was itinedlately in- iho lbots,; -< t he lo:.Adia's of the popi-
svtructed t rothu IeuIU- 'ir moeopiii' it were wati.7.cd by thein n 'p
, bardment, .,. Lc%, tut iiho revltiutlhonlista, fearlessly
t. thel ( i4ul'ue prothaL i jot Suff- I noil ndioL.-'itl of slheirl rr asidenos, is
cLent en, then th commander of ihet In- isuI.il thir tnr.rt niud their plans wuer
i td Atrtea l sip B'oHoton, ol roite it t carried otit.
F Pan=Ea fotl Ban Juaun el Siur, GI ) Independerrc' Declaration.
miles distant, will promptly seize thi The follotwlng I n F .tin t.i( t Fnroam i
te arbJ 4,mtJIofgl wi.u ,lp beiosary. I doituraclpt prut.-lpinlnumg the Iidpu'iotl
sti .Sp the bdonbardment. enco ef thin hilde rinlni of itnaitiai:t
HIN. IB, uuMnuTm,1 12TOI ln I Vlnttson or "Moved by the n.'rr-F'rI.yc inf ittlsfl'
proG'T*eo ofr t*r, Iegnfintrug as t' r Ing hIllgatinn .;alo rf prsnmOtring WliiI
I ..Md without the required notice. Mor.e- In io thle ,mo int- ofho, ii' do ii r-e Iplt
over, the United States govertmenr ftlr riphi nnt, tiI.r-yv. tho municlpat
W,.. tla4 1 i group (thait Il cfrtal ly di- cur thi of lhl iJ-ofrl n Pl orPanama
teteres 'with the freedorih of Iranbit fnlthftilly Inetreinltittg 1e sntlnientct
aneoas the isthmns, which this governi- of tit pnopito It reiretsentsi, detlareo
.- Apt Is treaty bound tq maisataln. in solemn form that the Iteoplto within
t The great.t d l lvy. waa-,ehltblted its Jtrldllctiuron shnt, fioui today an.
o" In the sLat.al.A naomo eemtailtents forevomr ro, separate laiomtaolv.)
e Wednesday, and there were frequent, from tlte repitbill- cf Colombia and
consultations between the officials oft I mtlIng to 1 It ihi? n-tie ce 1'nanta
the lhavy, ofieldrns particularly belin 'in--I 'hall create -wit the oiherg populatlson
tent n working out tho detaills for tho of tho department of I'a ii fia who ac
y, profteio~ of the lsthmian traffic out.- opt soihaimintm, a trop lvll,, tliLa repub
r- h ",nlby the state department. Itc Io have nn tlide-ndrit, dormocratlt
It la quite evident that the navy i oanti repres ,littative overnmonmt to a
I.,' nakiLg preparations aor a larger do- siro the happiness of natives anti oth
lmonatratlon In isthmian waters Ihan r Inhabitants of the dItbraik a lerrilo
It has made for many years, and Iho r iy. In order pracllcally to give effect
t a not disguised that all of the in. to this roanlution. tme. people of I'ana
formation that has come from the go. ma will huvro t't ,imaRn Ipats them
ret agflhts of the government point selvos Tfrim tlho gnVt i'nintr.t f Crloind
'. to the ultimate success of the revolu- bla ei 1i fund a natiluttallny free fro
lUQL. th o Inerfvr'en(e of foreign powers.
S "You wH protect Amnerican ltirolstad The inuniill)lllmty of io tihltrect o
'- lt al| point anld do everything poIee- Panama, Int its own namo and tlat o
ble to avoid bloodahedo," as the sub- other municipal icinell3a, commended
tance of the instructions cabled by the administration nldi tdlrection of. at
the navy department to the naval Ioln falra, pentling iho e oslitaullon of tI
', J 4Aanra now at the Isthnus or on now rellibllc, to a Jia.nita cnmpuosed o
i-tke~ta."'holiQ last part of the In- Joae A.guitlin Arango,e Frrclerlen oy
tfLtVL-I0f'-f t particularly signifflcant, anti Tomas Arlas, to whom shall b
w a eW. i tr a ,morea aoftve interpo- dlealethe1 all powers necessary for th
S tllton by the United tlintes govnr'nu. fufillmofnt of lthe dittles conimenden
ment in the Iroubles on the isthni,.a to tllem itt tit nmoe of Iho eonutry.
than has perhaps over before bven ull3 The proclamatllnn was uimnintmousl
played. approved by ho council. Evesnrylbod,
With the Atlanta, Dixie and Nash- I1 Iegning the act ofindelotildcnce.
V'ei llie there will be a naval force onl Fiag of New Republic.
Ir the gulf iide of the l vthmus su icileun' n i'uuinma time flag. of the ntw r(e
'to meet any probable emergency. The public Int colors ti reld. white aniL ulilti
presence of the 400 Oolomblai govern- floats over the govirnni-ni illdthlnt i
S, ent troops at Colon makoa the sli 'rhir innovcmen fitr lli(lupel'luit.li-< Iih
Suaoll there at present more difficult boeut In p t"gi't,';s ain ielimu ieJellitt I
than on the Panama side. It will the coIgu'i.i at IHo'si' mf il 11a3Y
,. probably oblige the Unlled Statos tw I(ehrrn 'animl I,'1_,1y. Til, nuolm take temporary, possession of the rail- han bL't'r i'notiiuoI hly irnrounlncnit mun
w' way, as traffic cannot be malntalnert wEalthy is linimlnmi anlti t1rio',V'ur o lnttin;
Sith one end of the line In poiseosIOn iln, utf tho tdipartui'n'i tiof it iAninr
oi the government forces and Iho iTlt andvotatets of lul,-nni itnce i t ]i
S other In the hands of the revolution- at Pannana nitni Colon oare jutiltni. The
lots. iorttsn(e ,of ulet Liltnit'd SlSaltag Ktlunillit
Exoetament In Colon. Nnahvilo ai t ( olon i s li-'tlm.i ii ha-a
General tuadros. the prefect of Co- rotilitRtil i uvoilutatict' Not IItttt irti
Ion, and the commanding ofincer of hie.
.trop.o Ia the city are nimalntainng United States and Coiombla.
their poaltlon of refusing to acknowl. A point has luisen inndoe Itlai iudO
S.edge the authriy of the provisional the treaty of tt thiu tied Stat
st government of Panama. During the gmiarainteq ihe oli p.ht itf c.il',reAmt
day the United States gunboat Nash- and proptarls l-f L'i'thlnb.t i <>n Ithi Istl
S ille landed about fifty blue Jacketso nu. Itnlt al to ittoIn I' ov calleil to
aI mud a quantity of ammunition. This the' fit tliti hu Iinr ty.v was mail
IacUtion caused a great commotion, witl New GOrauniida, nauilii of while
SThe Coloma ltn flag still tiles over Clntiubla furnicile only n frtoiei. an
ith prnefenture. The flag as tile there Is nothing to prevent t I ttniliete
t ew republic ha l already mad its ap- States governmer-ni from ree-nognrln
peranoC In Colpn. fiinriher senb-ilvislon of thlie terrtllory r
SDuring the xciltemeint Wednesday Grannad. This conelusiontn may hav
afternoon the blue Jackets from hoe an Important liering (in til futiirn
Nashville quietly placed bales of cot.- caol pruJo-l nc tlhiatllin( ilist th
ton on the tole of freight cars, form- 'liiied Stales Is not. absolihtiliy htiun
j Ing excellent barricades. Many of tho lt inake a trealy withl Co'lomluil:' klUn
-5,citimes were armed with rifles andl re. If il wihesi (ti) oprn a canl.
volvers. Bevefal Americana and othnr
-torelgneta's took refuge on board the TO IMPROVE GREAT CANALS.
e,' eGerman steamer Markomauna. The
j opinion of everybody In Colon is that New Yorkers, In State Vote, Approv
; the lathinmlan canal Is now assured. Enormous Issue of Bonds.
At 7:80 o'clock Wednesday night New York ssat'. In Tuicasday's el t
the AmerIcan bluejackets returned taon, Rave A intj'itv of nearly 25,.500
aboard thb Nashvllle. Ins fvor of tih inpluusllhln Ihnt th
The Question of Recognition, slat shall apeil *hl01.1Ctlnlt1i(> for In
s o e cable Iqulrles havo reaeh'hd proving Its -.nal.
v the state department from nten who The lulan I ut whiul nnid au 'rix)t,
s. tBand very high In the business worhl Erle canal sO thnt It will necouatmi
|;'> of Panama talking If the United Sal .'a date barges of J.t) ', government would extend recognition piacity and to Improve the Oswego an
tojse new state If the present mov,'- Champion canals. t'nlhr the law itl
Ii" 3 .ndhf was successful. The Inquiries state will ho utllowel to l^t1uo uti
did not come In such form as tU', jis. mnre than 1110.000.f01t of 1,anal nimluI
.' tifyan offclal answer, and It i.. ald I at any one time and, thoy Rrm, tuu ri:
^..**.' v*.l__hoh=i "nt ,he lpogioy ot Lte *vori- (Ior not more i-hba elghteait yuaars.

b" *elnloqa'lrbancoB Felt lu HafT a Nolfsitmatartsltu. VIotoh'y Of Tammany
D -.ll.z lka-t1 Damage con.e. lfr ,,ht wln, proceed.
About noon Wodinesiday i':itthtblite At New York. WVdino9,lay night. 1)i3
Wb iiMk, were fell In m.l.oItisa Mi.. t irlct Attorney Jaroi.' 5alf:..
qi". dhvie, Memphis end C'haltanntia.i "If they thluk they mure going It
F S 'yi'" --0l^..I '-IIIl., L.ounlsvl'e. K. have an opei-.town. they have uudl:

JI.4I and other Imt,,a. ithet bliggeart alatakUe'00 helr lives.
i i .llinly felt. atiinnLt going after the gumblera and Lh,
# ,ed .COltsment., ,l ,i.'vO'--pers. and I aria gofng to get the
11 F" lO per itSeiutlet. I can get mrnney."


pPolhomanl Roughly Handled If Request In Refused Czar Will "Ap
p in Omaha. propriate" All of Manchuria.
Was caused at a ts kl Rusa now
I,8 .OmaNa,. Neb.. by t" 4 to'i Proila P 'llt t ay Rus iu ow
lE After Ihe count 'govertVaatt of Manchburla unless Chi
discovered na promptly diamlsses Yuen. the total
atlH |^ oms. t'he o% ~StRkded, manl tpapitate ~another
fPi-. ThiS.t "D
f.. ,0 l '.t er.



As to Legislation to Be Enacted Re-
garding Ctiban Treaty.
A Washington dispatch sys" Thie
wore some Interesting minveliopmntis
Thursday as tl the mte:hol i .f cton.
gressional procedure ton the Culiin
reciprocity treaty.
L( has been gcn'rally siuppois-;
that a roeolution or bill npprovintl lit'
treaty would be all that was ne.'setcj
ry. but members of the house and
some senators take an entirely diff,'r.
ent view. They say that a bill must
he passed redul'inKg the duty on !tO'i
I.Troduecto of Cuba and tlatl every pro
vision affecting duties must hbe enalteil


Decision irv Suit Brought to Recover
Valuable Property In Havana.
Instead of losing their property In
Havana, as wan ambiguously stated In
dispatches from the Cuban capital.
the southern Baptists have regained it
nla a suit against Dr. DIan.
According to Julge George Hillyer,
who Is chairman ot the committee on
Cuban work. of the Home Mission.
Board of the Southern ]laptisat conven-
tion, the recent'cdecision la only (he
outcome of litigation which southe.-n
Baptiat .and Dr. DIsa have been In-
volved In for the past few ypara

The Unltd State, StiLgnaL CorpS
will establlh witweow leleplgrph 5,'
tion at .


Forced to Close Dec
Run by C
An afit Iglniini't h
the I'uphli Till.-* un
to Ic. I' Slit\ o if
Tho Imuk ditl ni ; o
mnnltagers i.llIg il I
Mr. Shove etirs.tl
Is perfectly smolteat
demands wit hIn Ih
bank's dep.ailts onr
cliding the acc'tmuin
of workingmen. A
345 ',11ut a


A N1 iv w i -"Frvy
1799. provides that
shall use or proven
skill In pbyslognon
or like .'-rafty si len"
an.1 adjudged to bt
sonr." In a caso re
this staLito thtS Bu
served thaL If there
covered any rall.mi
palmistry to a real
honest purpoics sba
range of the law of
sent It must rank

.rj MhUVLL -IA.. ,j



Shipbuilding Company Was Insolvent --
Before It Began Bualneea.
Nixon on the Stand. Democrats of Ni

The taking of testaiony tn the pro. Elect McCle!l
e4odinga before United Statek Exam- .
tter Oliphant for the appointment of a
permanent receiver for the United A VERITABLE
States Shipbuilding Company, was re-
suned In New York Thursday with
"Lewise Nixon on the witness stand. Proeent Mayor, Seth
Mr. Nixon said he began the Cros- der by a Tremen
coot shipyard in 1895, a ld tonat he had Adherents of tI
very little capital except his own Wild Wit
ability. Here Mr. Nixon objects'_ to
the questioning, saying. "I dop'
see why you should go back five years. After a remarkal
If You can ahow that this Inquiry hab which there was ut
any bearing on .the proceedings, I nearly all of the now
shall be pleased to answer, but I. seo tically every mint
no reason for going back."
Mr. Nixon oaid that his salary was the city, George U.
guaranteed him by William Cramp & th, civil war general
Son, and ho regarded this as part o( elected third mayor
his capital. Beth Low, fusionist,
Mr. Nixon said he organized the or, by the large plu
Crescent Company with a capital o! Edward 1. (Urout
$1,200,000, of which $1.197,000 of the troller andi Charlei
stock was Issued on the properly, only dent of tho boI.r,I of
$ 3.000 being paid In cash. twa men wro origin
"Do you know that the books of the ticket andl wer, l1ide
Crescent Company on July 31, 1902, whereupon hii'. rl-i
showed a balance of $215,2107" ask dr names fro n the IA,.
Mr. Outhrie. counsel for tho defense nated olthr tan'lida
and representative of the fntorests, of nomination of tronu
e Charles M. Schwab. Tammany thar ca'us,
"The record will @bow; I don't ro- lB, the voiteran ica
member now," salad the witness, county democrat y. I
"Do you not know that In fact the that he would not
books on that date should I have shown were not dcmn'rratvi
a deficit of over $500.000?" defection, however,
Mr. Untermeyer. counsel for corn- and Fornsc' cai lrid
Splalnant, here lItterruPtI.ed. management of tli.
"We are willing [o admli that," ihe taken over by Blatt
Bald. H. McCarren, where
, Mr. Nixon said he was willing to an- fused lie nail.
awer. A surprl.-o was I
"Walt!" exclaime:J Mr. tlntermeyor, William S. Every,
S"we will admit that If the purpose of lice, who riun on an
(his examination Is to show Ihat tha which .was given i
United States Shilbuilding Company port. This result ,i
was hopelessly Insolvent when It was ehango In public sei
- started. We are willing to admit it or Low's (clocton tw
and thus curtail the examination. The he won by 31.632.
Insolvency of the company Is one of carried all lile blor
- our allegations." liis plurnilty In MI
SBronx being 5.(1:3,
---- Shepard, democrat,
t NeW York Life Insurance Company 501.
Seeks to Have Polllcies Canceled. Titosday McI('Idtla
In the United States circuit co-rt't, Ian and The Ilirnx
. at St. Louis, Thursday, the Mutual gain of 64,u00;: Bro
Life Insurance Com1pany, ot New York. (100, a gain of 31 00
filed an application for the cancella. about 55,100. a glinl
f lion of two life Insurance policies, ag. This mikeps a Ittal n
t gregating $2510,000, carried by the lan clf about 103,f
f company upon the life of James L. with Shopard's voltt'
W Blair. Low carrie.l only
- The company charges that the poll mond.l by anlhut 2'1 v
i clos were secured through fraudulent The result was hI
, representations. The petll on further 8:15 o'clock Mayor
charges that Blair attempted to take gram of congratulate
bis own life on October lb and October Clellnn.
e 31 and defraud the company of tho Colonel Mc . amount of the policies. a member of congr
lowing statement:
y *citizens for their co
Insinuate that the Revolt In Panama renew the promise
Was a Put-Up Job. fore the election.
e. Responsible opinion In Germany re- "I shall go at n( i
0, garding Panama Is exprosed In the prepare for the ext
'. following from the Franklurter Zol. and as soon as the
s tung: reciprocity iR dis'pot
y "What role the Washington govern- imy attention to the
y- month played In the Incidents of Colom- "I Invite tbo co-(
it Ila nobody can know. Nothing can citizen, whether' ihe
d be proved In such cnsoe. It has be'n not, and regarille.s
I denied from Washington that the tUnl- views, In lie atlvnnc
l ted States supported the secession good.
movomnent. However that may beo, it From the fall of
o Is not striking, nor does It give occa- after midlnlgitt. New
t Plon for special excitement thai t scene of noisy revel.
C groat and mighty state will not permit which comrnlenco'l a
I Itself to ho thwarted In its civilization letins appeared, so
through the stubbornness of a land most tremendous h
three fourths barbarous." lion of delirious Joy
r probably over seen.
SHeavy Decline In Mining Stocks and --
o Real Estate Caused Collapse. Nebraska Republica
o The Btl-Metalgic bank of Cripple ful by Decisi
h Creek, Col, failed to open Its doors Based upon return
d Thursday. A notice on the door an precincts outshie of
tl nounce.l "Bank closed; statement (Lincoln) and loug
g later." ha), tie Nebraska
f City Treasurer A. 0. Jones, asals. central commltle-
n ant cashier of the bank said: "The day night mado the
o cause of the failure to open our doors tIon of the entire re
e Is the heavy decline In mining stocks et by not lns than
d and real estate. I believe we will be This claim is consi
o able to pay dollar for dollar, but we and newspaper retl
must have time." firm It.

.' .1 t .'i i i get tihrn an hour later they were
fm I li. i .' 'f I .1 i t I' I hl,.Fi i ng .' : .n Sl ,' v, s ultre nnhody stole T f
S p, .l, II .. i'. 'i h.'i, ,. them. -''nalm e she sag sitti,.g beside I .l ., r
mirt i Ti Ih i ,,' in 1 tt -1i.,, tr t at e l r a windoww at hll front ,of the house h"t e**ur
vi n I.- l itlit, Pu .- Ii, A f A n iti' at tho timen arid would have seen ansy- chai lasv
tfa .l hn .w n i ahit--,,. tinM1; lsIt hol y em trying he' yardi T he next iay a tho s .,f .o
S -a ,r '. ,b i ,,' \". h ht pi t another collar out and "ts of his
S1 '. .' ": I si- ..i '. -. I, ,,,>.r wati(,ft A robln flow down from ar. have con 'l
t i 'I. ,.t .. ,u 't' ,. *- ,.. apple -*e n rear hy ar,, carried of tf anr'-.i of I
i. -,'l Ai*. r \ n, -i, .;,. lthe rto.lrm An lnvos;pI:ntion was made sum ao $6.-
sit ;tn. pn.sed in INSULTEO CONFEDERATE FLAG. and Itf, ollior rr]!ars nere found wov. test of ithoe
"n itr..o the b rd', iIait In a crotch of ful wNrking
d ,) ti eo tr I,;' Gunner Olsent Knocked Down Five th' Rlie Irre There waslr ao nte c-ondiLI
S-nd or;lliimr TIfnes for HI1 Bad Breal'. mall ltae IP.-l--ri-hif in the nest. of Ireland
e. snl> -I 0-n, I 1 ".Il-t A It' i' 11 t i .t gullin r In it I t'lh. 1 t i' hird, th' w;a' doling the 'flneart" lin, where
e dllorl,.l." pr I. n r 1, sltaft ,: i t-' : :n' I ba. h hip-l- rul diunl< ar.d Its ma(e set up a big for lfe witt
,enally tri.d tl,, r yarid n Ne ,rt Nts ht. oltfnred inltery and picked fiercely at the man less common
p lreme t'.rt ot 'atlr i *he onfnr.,! n r when th e net as being Munster. a
shall e -r It ,,-.- flag ill li,' trie- .i i .' ut >h-tlnil]vir ,-,! pulled t wr.-CGeneseo i N. Y.) Dis tween occulp
ael svid,-ne tilhat O ll t-r ('-nt-I ase V'tleranb o, patch n elrollt News-Tribuite. been less e
silence Itaa use f- or wt' in a hoel ra rly SaurlivAnInvitation
tl pass lheynn l thr Thrnn of amptAn Invitation.
1709. For t.l pire- it kt ee-
s "a crafty s. who was in th.l crowd, kno.ke.m aonu three
.own, rt-pating tht, pnnishmn.. to spoonfu
times. ,. spoonfuls el

S Ct-.lsnien and originators of ner G
i} arictieo of vegetables, flowers ir.I GEORGIA D. A. R. IN SESSION.
' fruits have no prcteetion through the -. --
Patent Office. An inventor of a'somc tate and Loral Conference at Atlan-
aniall contrivance, which mnaiy hav ta Was Largely Attended.
been difSovered by accident, la en- In hislr-rile ol. Cr.('iAge hus.e, at AtI
abled to reap a fortune therefrom, lnia, G. ithe nt of the c -lest
bc, the origlinator- of a new breed of chapter of he r A It in Ilte -Icl.
ali-als or Im"roved -vriety of r-ul.i, the Daugnters uof the Americ-an Revo-
whickh m.Lay hy ve r tlrmd *--- of ex- lulon t-penaud the':r state and lueal
c -- _kba -_ ne,, conference Thut-aday tMorning. lt was
iW19^'] ~ tfw^ ~ t es.6ImNated lthat fully seventy-iVye dele.
,' .". .' ." n-' '" r ewere wesnt from the city*d n .
at.large ,.

~ue 4stayi

rub smooth
pour three-r
water over 1
stirring con
two eggs, th
on ukice an
cool and wh
with the pI.
and blake In
when the -P
remove from
of e6Ms beat
spOOnful ox
, -~t

s Total of '
_- Oovernment is Convinged That. Fight -- Contest I
A. ainst Panama Secessionlets of these
ew York City Would be Hopeless Task. United States to Recognize of the
ai :fYMayor, After a confer nco Thursdny aft,.r the Panama eccessionists. mpleteo
noon, Colonel Torres, commander of ---- Clellan de
...... .. the Co!omblan troops at Culun, s being II --.. ... elan, d
LANDSLI.DE that tho situation was hopeless, agr.eel CANAL RIGHTS ASSURED Both Low,
to embark hin. soldiers on the Royal by a plural[
mall steamer Orinoco, sailing for Car- By the a
Low, Snowed Un- son. at 7:3 p. in. A sA Becial train President Roosevelt is in Hearty Sym- Edward M.
dous Majority. from Panam1 br1ugh. General Tovar. pathy With the Rebellion and Fornos, pre
he Tier Go who also saledt on the Orinoto. Tli Will Approve Now dermen, run
h Joy. Government. democratic
$toamir carrie, cv.-' tn.i c'iglit omie em years ago a

4n 35 m .n and thh-tylwou. e "The IstlmLan canal will be built fusion oppo
lie ca-lpagst.' in The people of Colon are 'o ivl jl, t Iilt at plurality
nilei T agtInst him -. fly tle L'nl .(I st atb an< built at Grout leadi
\ T ti n it tie- iii.\Si 1,%, I.,Grout lead
pafere an i lr ac l. T e fi : ;, th. n, rpul:" panamta," Is thie ignfl',ant (declaration McClellan
Per of rC i on i rac- f fli" frl I.*, ralIw y stialln.- '0 wit I llt .reat pte.itiveneos by a high ad- 314,906, to2
er of lgotn i (at iU tnI n lah;i : ;1 o rin (' lt.;ln till. in Wa ilngt William
. Cle, 'ao c n oi. f te rl un'n ipal << .1i I o 'f ('dlt ha'. n !ln r,; a n lidale for
, w. cut, o 'ic. T ..' ., i. l tl i tT, i ,,,;,: m i Tl ur,.in fy 1 n 'r u.n. i d es fin
of N .w Y,)rl, (.'.t.r uComing from '1it h a a cire:-, this i of thes in
tr i:I I. 1', It h !.i1 1u ital. -n Fas nol t,.. t, t) h .I.' in congre.is t6 In Bro
r,' i i, ,' l, It 5.'t arr ,. \ I t i I: i ni-L 1 ( n1 -fn itt fII t .! :' 'I uto tak ldvan nolne lu rlc
, tr u i t'; t. t*t_ 1 i t, ti i- t i l -i'S 1 t o o f t h e i w.- ni t e c m ;n i ll e' a r lh n s to I n i3 al ti ul
a,,.tirim' ei. ,,'l Et eit'l.' ,e t 0'' ti 1.-11 a-il tI-t) ,l rr i ntl ,, Istiiilt i.u Iii fit.r iof u tie? Ni'a.- tltaW deo
nftlly (in i 1,. [f1..,,-1 m 1,.ii1 i ., ii 'hll ,1 ,,,- :4l. ih..i I
I y ""y 1 1. 1 how "V.-T u ,Ill i l'n'orr i -ll,1. agl I' 1 ti1. l'ti-.-lo. t R ose-y e g e I rn
r -.. f l s. I I' u l s ,.. l, of ll.I- :ng him. governoret

t ni. it r, Im It' r n u nitt Ja I tin i!h ,t l it llt r f it ',t'l r On It i a ltoe ut
l t 1 I i n l u m 'j r al i ia% i l l" r ni gio l l i i'~ E 1 1 a b o u t .i I.0 1 ) 0
-,1 [II.,.-h. A 'M-. C- r (', ,nilfllr l h,,'l,,, 4.' l I M i.'rent Pl'-dlF "4P I h a c, I'l un Un
;dt.r o.. i 1, l: l.,, i Collmillha u v I',, ,Il ?, / i "1 l. h (,%0n IIIi I h, tl IPI.(i...2."!d- Tche resno

R8 l|!l(;i t r. Kiiu w hoi l r ihi eirp h, 'r.n rl.iV's o r o iirr g o v m be o f
. In ,j il 1' fl f Itht h' tl and ll,, I Itfll r l' I tl i tllrn ut nt io l c r ovar o d on i stl ll

ti gi.. ,inlln i ', r.'ur l>rl al.. citli i/. n.t. v" .it. '. tl l bl.Ue l ) T hur' .lay h i e l I? tniflg T he r;-(tu r
-tint %%tg. 3t llo J o ,. 1 l l I "_, h i ta -.I thl aS l itli8 f t h is : t, i n g d el o c r
o S ,n a t o r I 'la ti k ; i l ( iu r r to;n i t w a s n I l ( .i ,- l o u in g I i o
n Mh l.ai-n tiln re- i g. t g'ul rl ,. .,, rl ,I ;1 4ti Cl,,.,n ,.r,ntg Roosevelt Favors R-.volution. JlIt elcel a
ltlro el5y fiironm '.',riUg,'nl tin io rit I'', Thl-rn hl h iIll v Lt. [,for Au tiArlan i s, ai 'r .Itinny This hit it whol!e' foei, i r i ii, a laii infiltration I? Ihat the d ,
f rmn' r chi t of po-u i l''r t ih'l l ii', .utnnit lin liuii.-n ely fisos rabl-e to Ilhe r-eStluil. n atnId Ite ballot. t,2 v(
lI ldei.untl,, nt !! .9 '. i liiti'li h ui, ii t.in -~w r l p r'l,, vly 4|ii r"- new ripuiltl0 whilt h i he re in-. til lnitu ts I bly to 41 rn
r. t llcally no sip- W.4l.i d 11 1 i 11'.. I',-ii;in r i rl. (im l hale ostabll.i o 1. Tlo p,-I- | rulity in th
iWSV .1 treiu n.lloi- ifnfts ta 'itiltiim. i lo : -it ,| r)'l',e io th( m t 1. g ,. -n; pf, -us. i '*ItI i *I ta Ih t l ,OO
iih Pll li ii h ir\ v l itni Ia o i 1 1t i l l pn l c u'l r4u t 1 sw isuIui" as o si- i fr l i n l t ,i [ n R h o d e
VO y ras tir io l.,.i ', h l]lm i .' "f -. I'.,h.. lti railr'.: I, 1 ,-i It(.':mg eniAlo;( t A higph (offhll ceeded In rt
A t that Iiut hl W htI, h. nt in A, nt 'JUI '( oneo rn, %% ll of the ti ats d ,-imin l.' t i.statel Gar'tint, alth
ia lgit I ni ,i' t I)l, prot.tt'i't d by Il:- r'fi i s of lit(. ('li that frTI a-s, tho lipres- it iutilh'tk ity, but the
Inhal r n anti tl -i' e le i t latin gu ,t*. I 'e only 1in..i.l'j!n iiuhI' n in to ithe repul
In Britlli. n i 't ~ 7 T7'ile' Uniltied 'Iin' an 'ilary 'iy r I"r sigltl plrn imIFp. also have a
7ii3. In Qut *n i, I n'le ail't 'eI t 1 ' had a plitraltlv noon. innlake term with the revoultirinary The repu
Rejoicing i i Panama. party, VIh. .I (. ii i -.nly mein tIhat ilP about 115.0
n earrli .I M .' t !. at- A Sl.'.i fi frini l' tr" 1- 1't. i'., l t-.1 1 i IIf ,I province q ( ot man jorlty in
by nb-lutil '.!.1)10 a e i.l To\ur nil l il i lITff .. :it I i P.nat.i n i tin ('tI C ia would Io rerfin ballot for s
ot ly n hg t a llUt' l t I .v',t i. nliv att ,f i h .. I 1.i.i .2- n, i n iz- .l b' ( t. i. Iv ti. W-lft h o he
)', a ll I Q iu e-n s :' y lih lr 1 .1..1arr.1 toh i i n iwI 1 in:-, ; n y r.co W i tf Ih e ot i
(.f in vro tu an 4.i O f 'rnini -.I nt I G, < niac ..|, I. lit,.- I .'rn't nizt ', l In. *, ; ,' :: .'. f 1. i 1 tie'nn i i MTilss 'huso
1 kl g ln r'ir tI\ <( l ,ITr rA',l iy lth t Jlinrn li lt. 1 1ii,11 ;. .- Ttinh 'nli. I t-';n i 'i r ." <.- i, that of nI- Et
iO nov (C.) ipoa e l n' I i r ii[ t It 3 ,ltiq l w 1 .. a ilt I thi l Itr rh m ine ti ll l Itc F.'i-TF llA in r' iI I *:I l ;t cit i re electedN I
of I wo yt.irs 1t1o. I 'l, i s .f i it n < u It I r Illt .r.* it' It i laa li h n' r i :.tI '.. : 1: .',t ie I plurality of
tonO LinrG ali, Iti of th I lK-l t l *''T ..l..: N i. lhil ln'i ," P '%:r,1 Ion, In a tot
ole ili ; i-. .I. :1 '..i i l. I r ni I I .\ i,. It wi.llie t it iih. '", ci n:1io.-! con- Ithal of 19112
known en art.' anlI aI l1 : l e l ii'l h1 'l ii' I, P 'r,- -,i. i t l ll in A '1l. I t- l I 1 'r n I tni Ih in the e plurality.
.ow '1:1 nf a leh Ihe Panl n t '.[I, ,ii. n lh 11 11 .111*, i.'.il-. h l inl :it n 'f ,n .I I 'i 'n"I ,n.: r gov'.. ilflelent
tiln to1 ( C iO i-,Il '! r h. t h p.il rl i ill I llill li..,r ,1-11111 *i: i ih i h'l .i w\IH w hil h e d In N ebra
a pg r 11i r n l I h n1 i 1 t a ,. : ,'.a l In II [ enIa l H a r n n s h a s
i. who -1 lt pdl '.nr Tir ln tI. -t r I i i l 1 11 all ovui r i ll. i go' ti ualio .-' \u'f l uh -I Irilh. r thn li 's- ilner of the
re s m :tiit thi i t l- l :. I I ', i'l :\ if llo I'. Ill th e I- i nu.t l it'lii'.. 1,0otil to 1 .
I tili- ov. in ,i 1: I Th lI l The Ass cr i 41-.d Pr. s s I tnao'11d lo repibli(-n.n s
r'inul It)o li fr l\vh ihni in 11O '1in 'i.r, tl I Ilt- i,,in .l ) I 1 i thI,1 t ll i lr i g nir onr will con- In Kenta l
'nl l t on ( l; In nlo I w r I r Ili r s i ,i'S i l I. I ti n. I t nff lI ri. ;rii na fl-ri a in.l In the warranted I
whirh I mr oim ,ltf it.on jo f -. it:i..r., h:I\ i; I tt i- 1 it Iu I vai rio'I iF 1p1.-i loess lhan 2
I n \o r i i i iti. u vnl <(tinm n l '- n Ihll-r ('C- .rlt'-en that majority gli
raordhinry s ~tion JUST DACK rIC'.l LIBERIA l,', iFhi;n I i 10 1,,. I l','l' I ''- Irin lorial calfidh
lquian ioln )f C'lt .n -- I l p < ,it 0 11iu n 11a :i:o i i ]l- lflSlot
t,I/ Of' I Fl. iIll Iuirn Negroco from GS u'.;cern jtatcs s ,'y nl.ut I,,'t in r 'v>nt ,tii l at any cii n Thl1 W HITE
affairs (orf IIi,, i' v T hey C.nll .'t Endure ti;, Country Is f' I' rtl .r l1!i r H I.'ril .'. l'! overr
ili rallon Iof et *r.," A'I-nm 1'lr n II ii' .11 ii' hi ,' tao h,' |l,'r.' .ift e. nf 1Int in .I0 opI. Novel M arr
s ptir i t n r i I i 'In nf i1 ;' ..(11 .l i ls in \V.I *ll l on indil- a
tof ll p..lii i .l i s it ,t:"' R "A i Ih ( i.. lihi-ln ntI of tho
,m hn of l i '- N V .l A. .. ,. n ,. w ',., I i n l t I'.In ,m n. f It A w hilteca
S.. i i l .I :n r rl ill ha o n lay nigh

and rc bry a Jeft
darknc ,.. !!II I. % % -.'.II,. \],, \\' .I ., I I1,, ,I,, ..., \11 II,, .... l \\l h,- *f 'Il," nl' ,I aiOS t]rrevlalv

n T i cr e w t till i ti -i %% li-ta1 t t II l l .,it ta R m de s rf S u g g e te n p r tyh O
ma tn i i I k,- 1 I 1 II it m- it, I n r ilt II: r l.-nir!n, mi l-. ,i- tithel oo-
It li, a c o i. h'i ;i ,, I 'I. 1 1 I i l& I %II .I , ,, I i "t i.. nli f t r rl w hile sh
f, ,'1. o, ,n1 sl f -, ,,, l, l ; I 1 -, "1 :.rn n .n i .o l.- h o f F

)on itlli A Ii',tfilernlam:nntnrs
iSn h Thlr..,-,,IIII. I,,,,lll,.. [ A, I\ .I,,: ,, ri,r MI t ;'' 'i ., .The old p

n----- I"1,11. Il:in i i l t 1i ml n' \ I 1 "tRACE SUICICF." IN tRANCC. anu bound.
lYAN 'S ST ATIf v i.lls .3t 1 1 I 1 -, 1 r .are to with rn
t A i. -t I h l iUm ill1 .I l ti 1. I ,mt. I. t:h Coun try is eng Rapily Depopulated e Miss (
in Ticket Suc c-o- s s g : l ...r. im mil, r n ,,,i,.i, and Remedies re Suggested. pa ry. a J
v MaTioity t< nt .a ,,i f I u Is, ,l ,n ,n ,,I A fllu ng I i n s numi)r of part
ns from 1 1.5 \- i.*< ol s tn -" -."*' a" F'r,.n, h rr,-,'rn s thl.-, .our by 34.,1l1 BOYS
r ILanm a l,.,. tl..,.,,v "[d t; ", Ih *. ,raws n iln >o ,h ~-. .pp,,,la,-n o 1 BOYWl e N
iaKs It lty re l : 1," I,,' ,,' it ,t-i'. a I I' ,1 1.t 'it m m i- inn i. n.tvo<.ling reform s cal- Form er Lie
ap midat ht T., I lu l '-t l u ti t I w i i 5 it. liti l ri .t,, tA a ghlin the T bur.I ,is of the w nen M
claim of n t j,.. I 1 1 ,,1\. \ 1 i' l i, ***1 1 '.r'n lf o fam lies. Im proved At Jefferi
it h I .ani 1n l k .1 i I,,' .-. I, i- .- ,* to e ',, in, a ltin In o:in .r to re lul e Infu ot lu, tho tlne al
l ihl ,!,,,.,li l "r.u t, ... ,l, I.,a l, obin t ri t ,ral in.lo. w ilh bribery
"er ln,.r l ; 1 It | 1 1 I 'h 'll 1 wuor 1:1 0"ilIh'r will, moral uanslon and prop- A Ioe t 0oo
Ilrn, tenI t. cut ; uO 1 '^ ; u ,, : ', 1 ,latin t," "or,'r fhe ieasanr,, from akod Parrl
,.u,,,l, -. *" .*" m'iM l.r. n> king l, 11. n repeal the ]
,,1 1 < 11 n* ,, .,> IIn' I >ini \\,tin alum in bak
- .. n.. .., :I lo.1 .1 I'I, \" .1 111 ,'r ,' I* al iI ;i:,i could be dc
K SIIUT.3 L'P. '*l.< Ii1,1 \l, i 1,i.ri,.. i ..I .\fr ,,i I RCDIN'S NEST MADE OF LACE. committee,
... ih ...'2l r is :. h*.i I,.. ;, ". ,',l ,ulii it tant bill to
:r3 froa,3 l-'er r rf ,a. '*!, r' \\a .T n lnn iliiiini>r'ii.u ,,1 ,|r. "on an Misses Her Va'uables and Oompany an
epositois I I"'ihl, .,n il, ,uI, .,.en,, t,, I.iib, ;.|,. Finds a Dird the Thief. He wanted
*.<* 1. *;> m ,. I e- i- !i '.> 1 ,1 .- ,w l,>ng ,n r. 11 A Mrp Ne -1. v, o live, in "enter to go to ea
". h. ", l ,' h ..' ,, I..' l .l, .I'11' ,1 I g 1,.1 l I .h',"t. put t.vo f.r,. Ir.' collar r.ut on s nste comn
3 t 1 "' .1 : L l .9 r h i n, 1 1, i ', TI, s ', si r l a wn i n '. ,t f h er h o u s e t o s e n a t o r w h
I ,. !,.1 I:. I i I;. ... *It n., h l ..r mi I li1 ,w ,, Io i lr v n P ew da y a g o W h e n sJ e w e n t

transacrt Ion on a large
the new Irish Land Pur-
has just been completely.
of Leicester and the ten-
edtt.te In County Klldart.
filed negotiations for thi)
title in the occupants. The
50,000 Is Involved. The real
Pew law will be Its success-
under the more unfortu
ons In the South and West
Klldare adjoins Co. Dub-
eviction and the struggle
h a niggard !oll have been
n than in Connaught and
nd henco the relations be-
Panta and proprietor have

fourths of a cup of sugar
And one-half level table-
Scornstarch in a bowl;
In a little cold water:
ourths of a cup of boling
t and let cook until thick.
stantly;, add yolka of
three tableapoonfult of lei'
d the rind 6f th6e eaon,
en -the pie p!atAo ,1 lined
j cruat turn in the living
a rather qo01 oven;
aDte ta a duI101t0 blrow
ten ati. add dtab*.e
n h.os ld~:wde



Votes Polled il Tuesday's
and Conceded Pluralities
Successful Candidates.

official returns In New
ghow that George B. Me.
democrat, defeated Mayor
republican, for re election
Ity of 63,617.
lame returns Comptroller
. Grout and Charles F.
eldent of the board of al-
nning for re-eleetitn on the
ticket, though elected two
as fuslonists, defeated their
nents by 66,790 and 64.97',
respoctivel Comptroll.-r
ng the city ticket.
n's total vote for mayor was
251,289 for Iow.
8. Devery, Indepondont'ecan.
mayor, polled only 2,935
ae cntiro city, getting 2,671
Manhattan and the Bronx,
ooklyn, 33 in Queens and
nore the ..'t Iro Marylan I
S(ratle ticket, comprislig
rfelll, of Howard county,
Cordon T. Atkinson, nf
county, comptroller, And WIl-
rd Uryan, jr., of Baltimoro
ivy g-:n'ral, was elected bL'
ecrats elected in Baltimorn
tote senator and elghto.en
Sthe houso of delegates o)y
itk-s. The republicans ele,:t.
e senator and six mien:bers
cB of delegates.
*n- indicate an ovi-rwhelm-
tili" majority on joint Ial.
gr-neral assembly, whio.-i
snieccatsor to United States
cComas. It is conceded
rocfrats will have on joint
otes in tha gc-neral assets.
p ubilcauns. Warfleld's p!.ii-
e state will probably rea h

Island tho democrats site-
e-ele'tlilg Governor L. F. C.
tough by a reduced plural
e other state omcers we-nt
blicans, and that party will
working majority In the

blican plurality In Ohio Is
00 for governor, and the
n the legislature on Joint
"nator is ninoty-three.
cxrepflon of (ne falling off
ailst vote, the election in
its very nearly paralleled
year. Governor Bates was
by the republicans by a
35.k99 over Colonel Gas-
tal vote only slightly under
, whn Bates won by 37.12,

returns have been receive
ska to make It certain that
been elected as the Jui-
isupreme court by front
000, and tho Lalanco of thb,
tal;t ticket by about 14,000
cky the assertion seems
that Governor Beckiham'.i
fficlal majority will be not
5,000. Thil is the larg:-st
ven a democratic gubernu-
late in fifteen years.


liage Ceremony Performed
t Burlington, Pa.
lp wedding took place Wed-
1I. at Durlington, Pa, whlt'
mashed mon held n' biv
'S Oif Mliss Claj'a I.'.a'
was marrh'.d to Joseph I'
F'airbiurn, Ga.
.ople obji-ected to the ma,',t
nmunilty (quickly took sil,
h)vors. Wednesday nil"it
called lo Ili' door, spizcr.
i.s wife and tin were cov-
evolvers, and in their pree
Clara was married to Hog-
stlee who accompanied the


utenant Lee Takes Stand
lsaourl Boodle Case.
on. City, Mo, Wednesday.
of Senator Farris, charge ,
y, former Lieutenant John
k the stand. He said lie
s to help defeat the bill ;o
law prohibiting the use -
ing powder. Parrim said I'
no by holding the bill in
but that It was an Impor-
the Royal Baking Powder
id the boys needed money.
17.000, of which $1,000 was
ch of alx members of the
mittee and $1,000 to the
SIntroduced the bill.

''/. -" *




Vu1 1uaIm AA.UsemW Avea AIANmaueie A



led In tbh rrore ,'n, Poruhance.' en'll I bl't Ihy inle I told,
al int, it mntirgly ',.-i, Iw1 Y I'-me wmtikih'ih irI ow'-'rt r, o Il,
Wh l[0 atlrt., Sitimndr, I &-I -; It o',er Autlth r Iiit ll ,t' ,
Thro u h IWlo a lntmti r, ,I d ,'i r it 'r es etr. il:,'Ing y I.% h isuw% s' a lrmO ,
W hile saplings ltn uuloa nltniirt,!.; 'W.t I.-ll.I l ,t ,- or, iloi I,. .hi,
i0 e ud y r-,..) t,, :., I ; w., -w rough t jh a nt edge, anid tip;
.lla erIngI u61 :,.... 1.. Ai over tru k s. ,brook" p

on' Itie, Themind y pant, tiiia et give

i; t 1 in f .rprii brie th to ia o It'd f1ia,' a ii' c o
Th ll a < gu'ttu'ral? Goune ": art+ t, <. Wi.. ld re tr t ,



It *as oon hi-,irn in a largO LuMi- po)se i t rl.enty r,-a and maiy
; nes stab l .,, and a grt,1up of ol o' o n' t coner oail dd msh hld.
Smerry girls were standli.ng by a 'win. l'- it, hlK>ove1. 1ie-. n wrl
T dow, chattering, as. stu everythinga g and noth-nin,, Even a (as- o(,upil h r th,,,., Ui.i.
Utal glance would reveal the fact lthat .W'll, -ussies' 1h ->,- .i at. Irt ,
the force of.thi, office .was .o .abova tUe ordlilark i sui eh plaCesZ, drl'opping theori gelIyonl the f'or, "this
In fact, many of thinu y gung girls boro, Won't do; p 'ussr V l1,'.. i ave their
,-PIntflihir jac.a ,.--'!, (v CI.(cC8 6f roe.finc- slpplers, no mraltor w)t ha ,
Spent Utat iL .,Ua UTAiRd .toittdr.Rta,i.isnt they?" A pu'r an.i 'A,
just how they fmt:nil ttiscta etlge -rt. hish ithe- tsil int b rret at:i as
To tile nriatting, a. Wto",ivt r, a war1n, s0 f., w..s their 'rolv., as they rublbedt
.be airted, ofyn.,.:thin o'. ,n., w o theisc.lv(s r. oly b:. k r and forth
known the nivd.La, hrtory n:itry agailn:gt her skirt. .-nch lae ing dt
every girl i tllan or ti lli., un't t. vo'totu hi S. lt (at e- of 'vI rn mi k, w h
SFrom distih:g l r t:': aJ idvsut-tdonf wts- their evening m-il they "trett-heid
-and fearing her rule as a i rtailnt g of thitmnnelveCs out -"hit.oul *tihe lady
privlloge. whic-h oiry had ,..ted Fran:Alin again al wernt to sleep, all
from the firm, .unld.r t:i' very ilactk interest ill .Miss Triffet's .movenients
ahnageinent whiIch h.!id .r.'i' advent, they had s.iovn to rI(>:- love, her in pluite of th< 1if-i'-xible wiil lack and fsith sh we t i t n -
to which th .Thdy had gradually r.ion 'd'od the faCt i vigttig p iaing her owi light
that afdt ereine to rt ys al n w;t iih' e SUl)TraTd wash inkti her solitary tea-
etatldard by which tl. y cdet -,aug-.l. Ai l (1 a t 5r-
When this fact e wy.s tllorunghly undel' tAi deo't, allg ;I (,, aheI '-ngonlett fora
stood, it soon bc.tanimc rogni'ol fai aiul gav- e z"onpldted, sliea sat down
thatw th0 rk th'l ther was onh e wio h a-ll hier a- lat it host of l s had th
th atl the eim~rl ivo ni' Mlit'It' Wnt- i a'tst d o hr We oall
Sitimate work w-honevr' shie eoult. H it ('"imtio) f aMrillie Wteddall r alithil
It was no vwc Iodor lte1i to F.ce hr i II)' 1 q t on forgot n by thei qtrist,
c-noe f this grotip i oentibnae in Lho 1a0n1ot ;, Itsoon as asim ml! "St. Joltn's
beginning. t ],ft st o r!" lw well she reoniem-
nti 'ered thrit tday long ago, Iwhoen Il all
d "Have ) ou ever boun t( St. jIh lil's at tIme fl',ia! o tr m emg lov he h ad
E.a o tter, Alss:i Triffet ? Inquired Millie waIcak to ch.ur ih with Joh ci ray, her
Wendall, drawing her head in from nl chosen on( onut of all tise world! What
the window wvhcie she ;.ad bheen stat.hI a noble rsan i htad seenitl, so tall
lang a runaway, atind tuimn .. Tt ldiifttl" and lrotecting-.so hlrtlnndome aid toa-
upon her. .der, and how .happy Sahe had been! As
A new exci.teiaent tilunoel til headsid ,' listened to the seiv!ee every word
of all the giri.i, aiid Millie Wend-li seenced, addressed to her persoutally,
'did ubt see tihui uic-k, nor-vouti cnlsi' a'I of anl. the people int that "congro-
of tho hatds, or lthear th ire:atlh -liarp-. Pailon, from no Ifeart di, inoro. Joyouns,
ly drawn In, as mreO in Inmrti l pain sna cro, paIlans arise than froil that
might do. All she wNas conmcious of of EIllice Tl'nift. .
was the quiet r'l: ly- T.hen had fotllowedl all t'hoso bicauI I-.
"'Yes, MisH WVo'ilal.l--lonce-inlny ful siriig a, d ttiumt-r n. t Is, that
years dag.o.'" ps ised i alnti(It like a drain, wh "Whly, Misiss TFri oi, how. i)lg arii1 ihe world se(eined mate( f,)r litil)Pinct", i.
black yolir ey'f s are:" ''ex-l:liicl Net- and the air itself iou('(tlI It) breath of I
tie Julian, sthddelinly, u warihat'!I, h IIe. T'hler., thl, r the stars, .hey had I
impulslv.e hoyden.. who. a s .hie de- rat, and she had litiio.n wi,' th shining
clareld. "adored the ground Miis Trif- ey'3O while Jonll had tong to tier tue
fet walked on." F01so9gs of loveo he had leonarned in foreign
.. "Nonsense, Nettle, 3you iimae nie clitIe;:i, acconipanying himself" with a
blush! Yotu must sRo- very droll lthnlw;-, oft strullrnuing tll)o hl ho guitar. Htow
with those n.elw g tl'isst' f Cyours. 'I !it well sail r6l'jinbr ':l -te lesson Iln
Idea of my pale blute eyes locking- 'big had given; what arntiujstii-It they had
and black hiad ovver lier awkwardness; the Ino-
.'Look, girls! So-' if I an not r-izllt!" Icnit of trioitli ph wien she coulld -really
exclaimed Nettle, Ia, im;i; lias i T'ri'ffet tliin the pretty little tIlimulish ditty all
by thlo shoulders and trying to turn 1iruligh and accoliipaniy herself, with-
.bet- around. tlit a mistake! Iliiw IeP had prais n l
.But liss Triffet tatu.0hi ;ly a clar-d hlr amd hen hInd I:ttiuhinily trowtmid
s'he was not on exhiibitioni, and r e ni- Ihr with a wreath of woodbine that
Ing away frotm her (lapltcr, v,.nit I') li,"- lgre'w (Ivtrlhoad!
deals and Istruck the 'gong for thie clo- 'i Then hind come that awf'ill tine, th.at
vt4khe noon hOUr. iven tow, aft'r nn luttervnll of ton I
For a few moment: she -at as10 one yoars she could not think of wlthoiut
In a dream, then, With a smot'hered cx- I pat ing it) til ip. anli growing ;uit-l an1d 1
clannatlon she ro-,e. faintI-tin awlul tierio aen t;'t e u-vsti.
"No! No! I can InOt, nmit" lmt think l Ieanoi, t';at John Gra;y 1iii,'l ben't illed i
now. I. cannot at'ord It:" stlw' ,'id to! in a r;ilw:oy accidoin util sii horribly
herse rlf, as hla ini t' ', II 1.t' 1 i hii ;iii|.',l| litn htl., .l--; I t rit .l- \\'.Itld 1'
w u rlk o f tlIo a'r ,t' iii i I: t I '1 1,.I 1-i tt1 I l' I.. -!1Z, iii .1 1 %, 1 i S 1,'
u'neu'gy. H ow ti>' Ib I '.i ,m'* ,l' II l,, to \ It,1,1 til'n M ':, i n n iu 'u
seeiaem d as If tl ii .. i ,'i .,,I I,,, I r l ni, 'i li ,' ti ,. ;,ill I1'. fani ,.i r
slowly.. LItt at li-i l ih i I ., t,,i I ,ist of ,l-t|l:'iir. sli,' tus is-.l I, r 4 :iantI,'i.
slowly cut front Ir It',.' "I I I :t l i lit -'I- wi th p1it l0-a r> tnil l fll, '' W lil-I'
t h o a t r c. t I t h e <' t ig : '. 1 I ,i i i,:l init" t h ,' r '. ,if t :. hl i ,i ..- .
t'he worl(l f e he Is'- \. :., i', '" urlil In I r i 'lv.ll-in
T'he r.r rml i' t'u '.; ., mm',. u u iItti hI'l T I, .l' II \ '< ll II tIni mig ti -i..n ieu i -
chara tei'izoed hIni w" rk i 11. tl. r I. tni'i,. ri111.i u in!'';1 i :Ith o il ln i r ,''t,'-.
noon. was bt t thr ci julie I :i.,r t till ;I i l,,ii. \.,'0c litmniltig lit.' Fli ain i,| I'.is'
she wended "ieur wny himi,' l',,1' I l-i. jIt tiii,-t .M rtinilh 11i11iv lh'arnitel me, 'i'tug ,,m .
noted tbI) enc'rg' II,. w'>Ilain lst.rilihg m tnii fra tight wi'in sin hi pren hi t" l retail-
tp the stroei htlso ling h]bth'r 1 l" iil h 11,111, Nt \i r n mlt''e' Ilat nu;.. sie
riglht nor to tu'i lItll. e, idrilnt 5 l 3h 'SI : l.,i is lhn'k hi.tI lm(' iuitnl<. ''d lime'
Ing noulhnig. qiloetly t'mirlt'd n i le aii, toi'(ti;ir Iti initghlct ph1" ,,'-ii Irrs'-mt.l-
let her have tlli righlu r if a y Arun ilhly iuiir.clh'l l'>' in il,' It c itt soI ianilhl
ing at a llrge Ild fi-thl,,i.'d it' c 'le it ci'< It itren' I'si'r I iiiiti' A s. 't
the edge of tho city, als o ottt oi l''tnI'i l t h' it-khl' :,.lI 'l it w-a-' i ,rip p .t rl. ;r
ehoornr with lter l'int-''' ts.') mii I -'mm e-:mnls'sl r ilngi lti)-,'rnn-'. a I,1nn; > ri nd a rr, s iat
thrc fl igata of stln 'a I') thlu' Itlc.i" lit' h in a, .'- sih,' liiin'il il lt''teIrl. fisi' l
ehlled "home'"---"O l ,1:dd's Hirll'- tit.i '::,,. i, as she laughlngly Ierst'ed il. to ri -'. I i;' I inn'.tl"sx -triter' oui:, Isirietiht|
As she enicred 11cr r.stinH l,,r Ir 'o I lrn ll a ma all lt nit t.uarnI' 3i .q. l T'rtfftt
-black cats raised Iteir hi"'oi'i niml lit-er
greeteul her, with a gr.tifc I ]ttrr'. ;ii I N tnlhiin- Intl 1he" gl|n't 'IT I,",,I hitipn'i
onco dropping bar.l into tl'.i'r tic-.f 'it tie- n it,,1'. limit'' 'i .k' ;I ,.itt h a wmall
ahly posito rn-'lh.'hbin.l ii," lol.l. l"t.el -t ''' -tin-" sh alI li h lf ,sl',uisl a'l'm,' a
Itn," which did .dity for an epuptrn RrmtH ',.1rc :,,Ich1i f.inli la ht h,.r lhrma
in this cosy set of apii ;nhi-"i l'n V, li h i ',.i ,,ri, ulg^ sih t .in,>,|>.l ali |u i. I'tl mla
(otsalted of two ln:-ao'c ii '.tl; Iii.,1 iii. I '. 't.l thing. rt'iil tlhi,' < .'tlng in '
ltlrd t loo vr t o ,rl iukl,:' a, lur'.o ail i .,,|f 1ai, it s,,tlly a' s.esi lh,'r lap e '1i 1

lull f"C.great trqqs. her lirndh,'r'-hi, i s1i' dlieatily wlp-di
SI absotbh d was shoe In hs'r own l,' ,it i na i' nal h II n nq<. h intii ill,-
thoughts that el t a nim il ri'r enhti.i.i h,.;.' n l'i loti lhe ftrlngs Th ,' ipel.
ary ceer n rony of m.tliopinl in liiat .ith.i' 1 i',-I I,,- :in1 I in :L iiaIf llt :ll. ii tlad
on the head -nl gi\', t:m nu i a w ,lrd i r I ui. h, irn') lihi' t .Sl banish tiIilly. so
endearment. Ti.ru...in; -.r If ni r h r ,,ar In thi past lOver and oipr
-. hair, she ha.d j;t l.- o : h,'r.'-.l I alan F.ln s ang th'* lil'rl'- song !tir
to reflect on wAhen ;. -: f i. '1 I, oler- :ainlnLe rconfil'n o nl c.;j'i rn I' -
genlly p killed by i -' skiri. itii i. r I II I I I' f lo i r.lth al1
"W hy, poor old In i.y," th,'' nl i hn'i. IIm ,l, tine' I- tniti ri l fitiln,.--'
I.ial l isa l14 I i I il.. tfor (s. i M I, i r I i

clalll.meU '7t I Ln II If-. I .ll: ll1 I'* r
iot y-nu, yau pwior old crrink..k-"I'.l il-
hcwl I think I' feel ianor ftir youi tipjn
I .'o for Tipple, you p'",tor uinflormitna;-,
We've been eomipaniois in nmisery. .Jel-
ty, dear. haveOr't we ;" n- l snt f. '
the cat in her arms as If le hnil b,-'cn
a child. "Come 0o1 'llp)'.": Tlth, i'd
room for you. too!" "
Living by herself for years, thioa m -
lent woman bad it: rne-d to make rom-
paalpus of these twoe sper iml,?s coun-
rades of hers.e, and s'ir,-ly no Limniarn
Itlix tem could have been incra r.ciTr-
oua. Altogethtr" thp'.uL ttrc. v.trwn'
well silted to each ctiter. Tilr ydxr
beforee Jetty had land so ne terribl'e af-
feetloe of the ear. an-. ir.ncte" ofCW4ning bim and "pultiig him o'uL at
his a.taery." as the landlady advised.
Milt Tritlet, in placa o: going away
48.,h1- bad Intendert. spev-t 'er whol
t*wo *ki' vacallcu in atte"alnrg tI
thi SUiOW and bringing him suceC"s.,
.l'y I ."nYtvti' the, try'ug tim.o. Silre'
t l'i: be1 t bhA kiways be ic turn? I
OR t Thesei two dumb bl iU-
Vf4 1r.;;


m) ansorli -' l ul s 11. .r .
Sn i.ho I11, r ,ii,'- c f i.. dloor- was
r.'l!*'t d r n lt k lt not'd a i thr'l in sI
'wr, r, t v. r- i nl w TrIfTf-t's In.or rener o "intin' .m
.I "' 'l<'T-". 'li-m I riff'rt "-.ai I thi' !an l-
Irlsh.. i.n n rhli' finally a it.m ,Il a h ar-
ing. "'lh.-' t .. oirenan -"n I' i ltor ;labl-a e
(th e crnlrI;-' I t I a hipluit I has
arskell nie v ino it w.a rFlfinig ilon
Mere I t'a l hli I ,llldn Lt 5at ow. lut as
It's ynl. ml s, I teu111 ;,ii nlayhor youl
wouldn't m'in.l comun:ig up ant. dlOnging
f')r him j' n't nn 'e "
"Oil. Mrn. .ilir.il:'" ex(tlaitnmod
Miss Triffeli. "I cul.in ;: I never sing
for anybvyl I ha\ ent ang for
year-." She flushed ailnfinlly at the
Indeed. miss. I wouldn'taakyoui, but -
being a cripple, an'' all, ani he "s- mn
awful low, like. this evenaing. Inde d.
missl." he added In a wulsper. Ilie- I
lleve on my heart, he's been crying."
MisTr ffett'es tender bhpart was
touchtd. What did It matter? A sac-
rifice more or less, f&r rtnfferitg h-
wuwimli Why snt thlp ad a well
as smobWT l So se .ndtrm*.igBl ..o
... .* ; ",' ,L ,' ,.2 ". ..in ii.

Tho ostrltch <'laits theo ditinct on of-
I-yling tho lea'ngomit egg. The oggl which
sen iglis aboIlt itir((t i)ounds, Is <'on, -
(red cinl:ll in 'oltielits to twent)-folur..
ihen ogga, .

To encourage tlie erection of beanlti-
flI ro.-dtiio'us it Paris, the autlhio'-
ti(cs award l1roe gold noledal li annuiallY
to tho designe'ni of ho nut ast-artistli
dhvlllnKg'i. Tbo owhi'ers o(f there luintsc
anro ruliev(td of hlf of their antural
I ixe3.

A carfutil Oeantination of tho trees
that are rtruck by lighttluing shown'
that overhalf of thonl ar-n poplar. IFrom
this lact sacll'ti(iti.s c.ncirile that th Il
poplar htai ison;.,mn value ,IsL a coiind'lutor
of llghtniitng, 'iThertforna agriciullturtlstm
are nadvismcd to plant th.l'es tr1' I ta!o
vicinity of thilr farnt butilhlings.

Ilenry llIuilnon, an Engliihnian. sail-
ing under Dluteh foervlco, for the plIr-
ios! of finlling a, new routti to Inditn.
(at(tdcl-to (nter the 'river nlow lie'-rit g
hisa name. Ills r-ports of an abmniud-
ance of fulr bearing animnal.s in thio-
newly ,isi'overed rtgl.on inspired Itho
Duiteh fuitr-traderii to send a rhip thero
to secure snitpl .s of futr. Theo radlers
i11 nt it p C1nl illt u an iblilnla l iiinl inf g it
:f.im r lh' illlindln i Inh nlt allkingil in:..
1-i'gys.n 'i. .11n sia traun Tl'i lit i lle ('iI tip
i-.i the begllnnitn of Now Yn rlti Al
1li' e.'tgimnl fiouid l y Iliti eim auid Ialh. l
N(.\v Nola h rlasitl wasl guovernu'd (I i" ili
Itii-ih \\ ',s llneiar comanyr As thi',
1itll' i o-nlian hy ha1d :toi'i ry dllier IhlI i
1111 hanil, ltle IC..liny ian ladly ge'v.

Chliarlitle Cordtny perished by Iho
giuilllflan' a hiundr.d itnld tWit years igom,
foir il\)'- after hwr killing of he foers
her lam Iilat llg ''in r.aSwn to lushli
.li -r 1'< nitpltrltt n a i proliably IlrnagK-
llinr ill it iL ir that this Ilrnaman
?Tcrnini wnmi rall i'i inmiuh of a woman l
that., ilur lher ni rest., she pt tillonail
Ille- ill Ith r.tIt's t.) alrlow lier il t rall
tIe lI' l -h illt-t l. hilha wi at roful e lliit t
hs,1 \%na" l<..a:-i d l nio n oe that ant arllmt
\\:i a ikirt hIiig her iliuing her trial. ant
n;<,' rr"r illv 'isaHed" for him, antl
r.t.:i Iii1 par if l Ito few hon urt sp -I i
In IFi'r tccll lslwwe(n sentonte and t %-.
iill' iIi "i' ivas a. Ittwaillfuill tueint iin
( ,-I|- l -t'- inr '<- r.- i lf ti oK,. T I -' g ui lit
11n l lu It 't i In s fifif 'i n. i m o tllim
whl n sI was 'xr-ilp egl. anl It Is tpr o -
aitlil ihlii. hlu" aa' Iht firl W eiomaln a It4
wnsl ii ipit io '.it h. Tho clueen fol-
lowedl her three.' monilh later.

United States Horses.
Tiu IUnited Stflfat' i f tue' gre -a'tl- t
horty' prtodulliig ouninry in the wnrll.
A' thllR 1int. It.iiflerPfor', when othor
rIVi 'wi''. sil--' a lrnninK nto nompetilllon
a Ih h lmir s for many purpPos-H, nrll
are iiiintg iblstiltuIe'd for huorms in
nmanty either It is proper for uis to
Iconld ,t' r wilai i IK s- 1- do In irdler
thal thier v', inil not l oi o ns.rint i
IlenIss in an industry as great an it ih
widclWproal ani inItorr'llng A few
ysars agum ihe horses in thel lnil',.I
Siatu., wor'- \aliuctd at el"veo:i lhundral
million ldollara. Ilusin.?;r ,leprouinlon,
together with theP orpetition and sul-.
IstilnitnSi referred to, deprerialmer
this l;tork more than one half, But
there han been an appreciation with.
in a few years. owing to bualnesa re-
vival and enasiting prosperity, so that
ithe valutl of tho horses in the country '
had risen more than two hundred mil-
lion dollars at the end of the last fl- "
cal year, June, 1902, from what the
valueu wasa at the low water mark re-
rerred to.-John Gilmer Speed, in toe .

In connequence of. puaaerons eom-
plaiats by peenasts about the tar wW .
of lasects injro, s to tlbs tape .
preach tllIeat of Agruettktte a

W"ier4p r fl

N-sar lho salt Ipansi or native cook-
nlag apparatits, still remniialned portions
(If t0ho anctint .Iii'placs Ili which the
S'toile: h'ad- lten heated, ttiogoithr with
he blino i of svt'rll hlndi of aitilnltil
which i orntl uld prt of t(iho Iindian till nof
J-iaro aboutt 20om ycxio ra: go. 'TIe; rio-
tunaillnt inlehlid ohlI, (emiuver, do(r, fox
ni turley; bat llnhro e.re ll no trano
of "he Intiffalt, ilthotiulghl hiutffalo rot
Inll hii l-e oenft'ni f'n1t1141 ait inlo thu rruolli'
of the Indlala whoi otco reoamned thie
lnore wstel't n prailtli..
The big salt pan iand ItN sinaller
'onlpalton pl'cp( of nltorigIna l ilich-
cit and dining room economy wore nat-
twurally n1ot I(I I lilon ly evhlle'nee of. oarly
Indian lif f hoi, n! the' onld vilago so
long hidelln uitlpdr tlio Ipcwedoi ftiurrow
orf iniodiern ngrici'liture. Tho exc'ava-
Itni. not ti yr tfltly vom lh'tedi, has al-
ready r'ovhild a i mettutryy. raS well ans
a village, tilo ortintry (iiferlng froim
lost of thl Indian h mrlnl. pIlese al-
ready found l- asnd opn p t leni lin varloin
pirts' of tie. United tte'sal. In that it
was very Iimu-li Hliualler thin t Was imulh-
ly tlie ca.-''. Although (t itohi-nlo al Iso-
la-te'd gravm )'tI o r ietn t ll'itcovterel, (1o
iOl)erline oif I)IvOhVIM3 n rcl'a(tohoIth al
triivetlgalio win I to the. opietlalin c.f rtndlng oIthlr
a v -ery fV i uitl l gn th iu gi-rive e l tllliillng inr' Hs l I,'lmr ni' ir Ne \i iel
l.I, li ii- I' a w ti'y lea ar .' ono ih r inlrnic
lngi hiunil'el:i f IurlalH. Il this h casr
only 27 gnmr\uvs IwIrt (llH 'iiv 'uni, ', ll-
hliiiglh n lis. iuiinlo'llr 'e-prr. 'nt iI. lle-
blitrial (if H'vralrni itit at a tnnita y hit
In Ith,' grv.n.win l is'eI l m probably
noi erairlirr Ih in (tho- 17th ('eonlinry
jutol'ry. mtlil afl') .arllntuwart I uwlIR In
whlicli thi fiirlhni and iolatlvo (if thi
deuparteil warritirR had laced what
I hlcy f( entinigh to lal tIhemn during tllir Jetiur-
nery i he in ppy hniuntinhg groitndl--
inso IMens1 In sonrno 'axt n having cvl-
deni ly I i''t a .n:iilm'r
two sWnl rtr'. while in other can s a
thngle ai nrir, lirlrhaRp a n viry hungry
on I tirl Iii hil't hllfllme. had boon tinp-
pllfl tIllhi m,'vi ral ThI] ee bhoil. It
ii e'rrstini ctrontrasti with an Rmewlosi
mdnilluir (u' tuiit Ilhat oxeltn'rd among tho
Iutropr an natgnt of anttlqillgy, In
whia'h lit iiurilv flood voHeslsi worn
alowt always brniken In lplrno'i li forn
btiirlial. wi; nearly ail iheinbrlirn
Lilko ll" larnsgr >c ara alnit" (if clay in many Cane,
Irshap, lie cI.la y tkeur ruim rit he bank
)mf lh sni nIll i lk t a aia i ll ronnoct
Ih'- l0 I f rlien vlllag willi u lh1t MImil'.
inpli riv'r. ntlitr anni an'I a half
inllin l nlhaill- n elxi d wilh finely lirrik-
eln ltllo11' aeunl il',lh,'4 by hand HBut
witltirr Ih, lustlahn ai totally made
hlidr itlf'ary i' -i nr- of the d( naled
letH lis, 1 f itil'rclhinc ligy. and It lua
i,,en nrgturI. OM) c< tally In the -HetI oft
lthc Irg,,r aid ninna diflrulllt crtMklri
pus,. Ihi;aI nirpi y haoe been an inhser.
i|,.''c e f111lll ntPrp clvlll.oil an,'s'etors!

Taking Care of the King.
lotw A v w hl Ih, pmpin know King
(;ciirge of (lrt'rter' antd how atlarhed
Ihay are to his Ip'rson Is evleent from
toe following ane- --I beliove It wns the season following
the aBmassilntinn of i'realdent Carno)t
-IlIe Frenen government through ex-
(.ns of rmvtilnn. 1.i rounded tho king
with a hturdens)mc eswort of detec-
live". who made i-tis niajesty's life
m'ierablhh. One day this king, as was
his custom, went for a Wtlk ia the
country, and, as his majesty wee alone,
a plain clothes agent kept him. well
In view. never Imlong sight of 6Imn. So
evidenitly was ne shadowlng the king
ttsa a brave pcaant. miaLaktaig his
intentpisna and taking bli t or aSn S-
archit., approached his W *qtly, al-
uAbd hls respc-lfully. and ui.t I a yler-
u.s whisper said-: -"it p "dali Ur
m-aaMty, bnt ter's 0' i. ,1
-.flr you. hu B be4

How" htIconi('uivaely snitill thlo pric'(
taIhd fcir 'crlaln l diinl of toysy Is (Cnt I'w
51t'1 iln (he i eas tof ;pencil luboxes of the,
hloapos(t uittillHy, for vwhlich liht lno'tila '
gets a front 48 11t ti>' rIIt4l I11 )'r gnoss, Ir
about 1 1-3 tclnts a doeonill.
Tho dtlly nmeals of those peoplit arrn
reported bty the 'omtnilstuon to be lonit '11
lnlled largely io )otaltoet, in111 ',e.ld oil.
bread ainli coffee, utnd. at t imet iat
ton tindlys. -
Sitilh the lpiu<:o 6Y wood rising, toy
factot-'es Increasintg In nitttiert i it
olhe,"- pla't4 of Iieo toulittr'y tild tl t
pI'hil of toys falling, It s<, p'oplo of i'rzgehilrg intHIt In theiol.r
isirron;sing v wreltc -hntlis f. ind somI)e
other tlanstis of stmteitui' (imi of toys whno oper)tltllee large factorle'i
In fhi nl'lgh)luhitnllIoodl rioiirt gooml-
Ibeusinlzn-s, mnitd iarn f rte opinion ih1it.
the. hoillus iln listry of tho lItt'r. IN doolnal Iall hliat a thi petasttantl wII
lie fucredl tyto iv( upi tl'heir tind'pndel't
Ir "l' l ll hi l an lIl fliln' rh,.e.+

America's Future Climate.
O n tIle Wl ilhl l., tille wlltints will I.-
u(m ti'n i mill.If'r, IlIn h iii n iii'lH ry' 'r iii-,l
iti.tlA r I.Ih, Iliv Nilh. tfil lIw 'r M lN
S itu lpli v.ill pri tI fI 'I ItH own. liInt i't.%
ullilhla .d ragluin of Ins' rm nit' 4 I -li.
bolt will bar'c'nIai IulI diry alln a liK 'ui t i
liolhilay N1i Irilg li e ri will l iu 'll lia
iui nie ;Ill the Imnl 'hirtr o'fIf whii l Iis t.eu
Uliowlnlow' iietd to ilni thi ''run ani
rtulin tayrl.-in itf ailt 'itilll ir t." h1 antr -
I< Ihiilt ifllin oif Wt.tll'lll i 111ig t It 1 'i-
Kgunie ll, uorf 'mi' diir i't mil l li Ipilli nK on ti uhvLaoc thoe iexf1 H1Int,
12. '1(1tIe. 1l' ac-reH tf 'totlon Iu lih ain le v sri,
\an-itt'd In thnti mann lr. an.' now riIgi
lo heava n in Itho form of hair n iram-
Is- l,'-ldm. 'forn Iiy l'- op i fullle.i' aind
gelling dryer and u inluchlr from ye'nr
ii) )vor. l relnmgi are failing and ilua4
n1111gratary lnril't. ihu atllllnous lariln-
gor oif tho (lako'i'l. hasn mala its 11t-
pc ararne on the Allantle" r'nlat plaJn
IDrnlttilhl i will le( -oine insoro fr''i11usDI
all ov-i.r Castern Amerle ;a. NatLilo1rni

Fight Witlt Swamp Gerpents.
While Chainrle p'Wilcr. wati ut ,i'i-r
ing hiu klelierrl'sn it Ihli ln ild tf i1 iipii,
Iake ponl In MItlivlli-. N .1. on s. aL-
toeruntn. lc'- had III i s. unalliter w..,
two huige ritll,' nakevs. At ihe fir- t
note oaf warflting WI'llox run aidil .e-
n-urn'd a Ptl'ot ill hory u I ule. IlsI tholu
cat lloliti-ly r i r n r- l ia li BI'el ;i,. l t1 1 ff)!l ll
a i ,ugei : r iotilh' l of ltlhl arid re.ldy tlr
P.Irilh. A l tI r a i 'po 'mFrar iini il s itof
half an houti r hlit tl'cc ritf .1l In kllllng
Ih a. nal-'
S crarc' iv loasl lte' faltutnnld a ropll
to hil tictli'i whlin he II Hrd a raitlli
In, hirul hIim, mid jinimped.l In (lme Ito
cnipeo Ithe tangs of na larger snake. Ilu
It-it thiaf iwamp Ilat ton, and returnili
ioitrf dalRik with hlh ittloublo barrelle'd
shotgun. hit i tt114 final no tracre of hil.
hernd(I aldveistry The snake hfe killeul.
mrat'sred flwvo ifet Itrre IncheBs, and
ieid 1C rattlesh and a button. Tite la
the fuiiurth rnmtiuvinake Wilrox llass
killed In the last year.--l'hlladophlna

"Whatever suceeis I have arihloved.".
said Mr. Meekton, "I mast gilve Hin-
retta credit for."
"Yes,. but what have you accom--
"Well." he answered after some
thought, "I agm a pretty good hand at
bulldling a fire In the morlnng ad1 see1 -
tng that the basement door is toqlle4
at tiht."-4Wshlrnteln tar.

-&a f.asiatesfeltde mw tellan fthaia

MMUA-- +f

aith eaitant, ltoe ascended the SALT PANS OF INDIANS.
"['m sorry, but I only know a ,'cw
little liings," she bogan, as FlI ean- THE PURPOSES FOR WRICH THEY
tre'.l '"tnl3 a lIitllo ;.lng or to; btit WERE INTENDED.
if tl;ey gIL\,. )t,1 iinb.,asiu;re I shi lli ,h
vr y glad.' largest Ever Discovered NlOW In Poe-
As her auditor turned his faeb to tho a ai o d. u : a H-
light 'ilicc Tr irffet behel:,---Johttt(-ray, C5 fn of (o eum t Hr
"Oh, Ellice: !itleo,!" uoecrte-. "'-ol-; yard-Heated Wi.i Stones--The
give mo for sending for yol. My heart Kitchens of the Aborigines-Pottery
cried out for you so, I could not hel) From Graves.
it, dear. I could not help it! It has
been aso hard all these years;. but .That the aboriginal Indians of
would not come into your bright young North America did ( onslderablo cook-
life. I a wretched cripple, dependent ing in flir timoi has been niade ovi-
upon the bounty of my friends. For- dent by the discovery in various parts
gIKe tioL ear, forgive I :o! I kne v of the United States pf numbers of
.yeo thought I was ldnd, anrd it was th5 'a ln"rin v no
better so--but, ob, my darling! how sat llis,\.ll' veb stif unown as
.n gty mly heart ha.s been for YOl.' slt pab bt wh-oe 0nie ". .foWa
Po rin th ,, t ot l wn r a liss ppare tly th. ioproparation Aof food.
Triffet a floor. archaenlaioglst bcsauase their Ualin pur-
l..... ,, P(e. seized at first to iave boered the
"Oh. John!" sihe walled, as with a, evapioratiol of tit from the stilt
swift motion she went to the btd iaid springs ear -Wi-ch til" Inciaiu, estal.
knelt hy his side. 'Oh, my love! ]isy laied s ,o many of their villagen-are.
love: how cold you. how could you, the lurgst known.peei-u'ns of native
all these yearss' Noth Anierlena ixpolery.. The largest
"Sw onleart, dJid I not tell you I was Onho ever found hlin recently coulo In-
dependent upon tlio "lbouinty of lmy to the possession of the Peabody miu-
iriendf? 1-low could I marry you? It Soiui ut Iluhrvanrdi, vltes; tie Cam-
was best that yoti should li left to bridge correospiondnt of the New York
forget me' o Port. It tneasureo somil 31 inclie -in
"You art; no longer deipenl'nt itpon d ianiter by 11 Ilinees (i deep. :In ap-
the l iunty of y. ilir friell: lohin. dl;'.r". 4peiraitinC thi'refooe, it Is v rl'y mntch
rYour wife, lIear," she replied to his like a big, slI114ow |mitich bowl. It
q(nleion inO ig look. luhulng- till sho i was d)is(overt'd not long ago iby an
h)-l;o'd -alihost as young nas she laad archeohelolgi(cal expedition under the
lone t.en yeotrs befl ro. ulnt'dr thei wood- joint atupli(hs of t(he I'ealiiody nllt'elunli
b)ine. "'yoiur ifeo \\'il take care (If y.ii. I-l(]and th I'njiver.;ity of ('allifrnl' i, and
Nay! No protests. You clnmot hiolp i an isn.l important pai_ t .of t.hoi. instx.rue-
youmr'lTf. I sliall mnarr- youi ini spitdl of tivv .spoil tukeln froin what is now ai
your.'elf; See, dear. this Is Ilap year. lati ntr near tlhe ioolling of tihoe ittlo
and I intend to press 0i1y rights. )o:ir," MNarattnlt and th big Milsi.ilpi riv-
ithe added totderly, "'o not. b.r.e ak" mny ers in .'Jff'rsoti counlit'y, Mo., once the
lieart by refusing to accept this frotr site of a s;imall Indian vi.il:agi,
niO. Would youi not have done it for This big salt pan, in wv'hish the In-
nie? Life will sertm an Eden, if wov dians nlO on ly evaporated salt fronm
can be togeoiter. Think what you -ro --the water of sanit licks whili still ex-
doing for nit by jilist simply living amin 1st iu the. iniumedialo vicinity, hiut
I'itig your ownl truei slf!" oiithtless l e)kedl tbelr elk meat or ven-
A loving smile gave assent. is'rm, is only ome of a goodly nimbe-r
\Vheln am I to be marriedd" asked of sinmilir built taller uttesils found
he with mock mtelkness. in tho same locality. The larger pans
hllice 'Triffet laughed. 1 wore all sltiik In ilie clay bottom upon
-In S1. Jo-lln', in .Jiuhe,"' u an- which tllt. eniAliplinont had rested, and
sw.re,l softly, butt fl'ttly, ia ntot wt li) wereli tlier'fore. as pernainunt as any
ia inadil arranig'ge ntiei that were noL nii(liorn ttovn or oveun. Thi (difference
t.o bo gainsahl.--\Vav'orley Magazineo. was that flr(, inMtoad of -l)eig hlilt
undtdr.or against the oven, was brought
QUAINT AND CURIOUS. to ft in V he shapo or heantod toiloes,
-so ome of which, still aiowing. evidhn(lo
The shalh of Persia has the long of tile ninny helat inga to which the
ltl Is of his loM'se3 r dyed crimson for Ji.1d1at.s h,4 d it nubjiteted thoml, till re-
six inc'hes at their tips. No one (l.so nialotd in tin silt ,pana recovered by
ill the connt.ry is allowed this plrivl- tlie larvard andl California archaeo-
lego. logi.sta.


Home Labor Is Being Sapplanted by
Larye Facteries.
The Ioy In nil..nly OI f 3 l.n It'. O ''.,.I.l,'um e.
or oru 1i1o ia im t i .,, wv iith It-' t,' I1 ,i, '
veloping fi) r ivemt' et baan ','I .t i, -
drifting .into ri)mn ict (idlltl"utih .
a Wording to a repitport ('liil Mtiit
aghkhn at Chemnita. Witth mh 5 aioli-
-cation of steam power and. moito-rn
machinery- to the production of toys
th.e house Iinduatry has graliialt
ly been forced to the wall. With. ant
jucreasoo In the price of wood a.nd a
detrease in the .price of finished prod-
uct, these people f the. mountalua
have been. put into- a. position where .It
Is necessary to toll night and day.for a
lueagroe exlstenceo, which is alpparetritly
beconriing more and more sever. -.
For nome ytatrs the labor iprass of
this part of thO country has bnsit,i It-
self with a portrayal of the wretchlod
eCondiltlons exisMling. amntog tlieo poils-
ants of the mou ntains, with tile result
lhat' an Inv-estigation was ro(e-'.t)ly
itad by thi-' industrial coatmission iof
Froibulrg, -whltch largely mlubtanti ate'.
von lthe st'rOug rcpresAntiatlon.i of thie
labor orgians.. The main points of the
urnporti of thin co'minissiotn all iy Ibo
sauittinrieil as followw: .
Tho ntutmber of largu' estahlill-l-
moiit-s eonagetd itn the manuit'titir t i'
toys If increasing. T'hl' m3ight-t I
conmidored priian face as welcuoiio
algn woro it nott for the fact that i(th
loys are not manufacluredil Upon .th.
regular' factory plan with ireod nli s,.
but .'.ro ithaldt. by ment who have rented
spaci(o and manliine tquitto ndepondont-
ly of- ono another, and: who iorin a
soti of volnilary uas.soeiatll-i bantledl
together tolly for theH akt( of ec('onomy.
itn roof and equiputl'nt, hbuit carrying
(.)n Itheirr own F-piartiii tl.tu i.nie sm.-, A -
dilslb llintt(ion is sanld to lprvall amoaug
theo youig inon to ientter a Ilnetc ry Oln-
the basia of wago eiarrwrs atlwd ie tilh
joctnd to the lilnii)lltt con rol,i mper-
v1ltton and direction of an. nptlo 'tvert .
Iahilri than oauri t(hi higher intonio af-
forded by the factory w'ag, tih young
nmen in the -hills prefer a mnt'h ntoro
mag re xinstenco It tiho hldopdondeon
und hroodoml of thohi own heIomcl.t. le-
caiiao ctf the -fact .that t(hoi Itaiblanlrtl
ofr the niountaliiM make Imut ffw anil
mimpllo demlandii ulon lifo, tho rnal
wrotchedntess of their slltuiatn I/sB;Iaid
to beW but rarely filly apuprclatodl.
Thoi wtgO condlitiont existing It thoe
toy Industry can htoe readily ollserved
frotih the following fitgureo prpar0dil
by i(Io cOnlitilstitloni retfei'r(dl nto. .1'ho
most rominoratilvo lir'aeth oift ho tratnd
affords a grCass Income of from 24 it
40 marks. ($5.7t to t9i.r2) 11r wselk,
onet-half of which may hl (,mXshInItI'(ti
as profit. In other Iranhen hie I reiot,
Incoeno Is s low i a i teo i) itnarki
($1.42 1- 12.14) per i-oe'lk. II mitl. hI
rtmmenh(erod lihat h lhe'so Itilluo'ti intr'
riot t.ho eartttigs iOf it ainghl l)'rsuon,
iit r'Iepr'ic' tit ilthe "abotr of loie.


An Unpleasant Eperience with the Fo-
lice of Berlin.
'ho her id <-hanging houses In 6i;,rninny, writes
u vrriape.ipndont of th Ir onldon Sketch,
Sit is ani oxperieico I 'ca l heartily ree-
i"linvil., 'to thc.os who are desirous of
, 'olning- jmoro Intiumately acquaainted
n ili i lit irTfeSted complications of
t';n ;i(e methods. BJefore ro-.
,m'ino, -,,irn my orl flat I spent half.
.nk 1r ,te' in ing n my niponding do-
pI ti i ,o ih,, t : o-ttles. First, I had
rtto i; lh.. r.s of .my varloutis
lihitman "- ..o -.I. whtluici, unfortunate-
happ'i tl 144 *i..nyI of ny lY'ge,
place of Ilit:Ith, litt"1ina0u1y, reliKlon,
and of mry imtiib'r -i- il. t'v,-iistry of
th.o Ine0_no i14% cunimln:,. i.,m;i0;"" Al-
thoughi rho pohice hail Int- i,,,,n It oms
nession of hi)eso +parl it l ni., whi(ih i
had comupirTeated to u hithi til:it -,itst
twenty. provicuas occeaitias. it \\a;s tin.
o.snry'for .te to gniake threo t (it r li,'t,
of then and of similar dotails 'relii in
to ny t.vamlly lThn i cami e te to'
Sva"Its, twhosne pluclaeA of natlvity, ags,
religilsoii is d istlher marks ol Idetlntty
lhttd to Ib) rocnrdc-l. with Oqual prect-
.inion ila iqieua.I j ititnumbr of timnea. When
i I lnl l,'lishe'd I gathered th0 docu-t
ii. tin,~I n t' Ith pill bythe onii,'rgo.
M)y filinilt, my I b, lijngings, -and. ny nor-
vtnits .aruts\, in duet courasp i ,tho now
dtvtin'-, i -l a'v;, soon as imy writing
roomn Iim heic'n ptlaomd in oi'der. I sptt
do.wni t (o ni:li' olr'sh tho story of
th lli Irth. pinr '.s.siont, rellgloni, nation-
alitty an l inxation lnuntl.wr. After tho
trqul-iltli nil'itor f 'lDAe's had beien
fillettd IIit and t sigIeId lh my landlord I
had thtin hinastily (onvNyet ,l to lhe po-1
lico buritni. The omfflcr on duty re-
fuisod, however, to accept fthent ox(oept
on production of a copy of hte santoe
det ailsi, attamptid antd alathontticAtod by.
Ihe pelhwl. of nly f nior' parlish. With
thits nmeeiy Ilind, Iunfortutlately. omItted
to lprnvie Aliy Iself, I dutifully : de i
Iitchild tnn i" IIn'; itaseiinger to my
evneiunitIl dwe-liing to replnir the oaiml-
ulon, t'lt imtagihetd that l hadl now
ibr>l;ug.lt niy atmi1htations with the po1-
lhCO Ii ) n u'f-steflil c:l -ci tnsIon.
Alas I wva. niltahkon, fnr thr cl days
Intl'tr. Ih. Itm pottinaii dIlltverld a couplo4
onl' olil tirilit *- ltiohUtlig .locuinetteli, of
wliihh t< t'lutted-tou t tinyelf antI -ta-m
Ilt itiul ntnotlihr to tho. arfaiorar fth
imtl;siln.'tnpt wh, wio "'cftl.ii un-tdor. a ,If-
frt'nt ,l -I e iusllhc t"reuillgitlions-.' to
those' obltlil tf In tho att*c I of ordinary
enravt, nt., 1 ntulld thl t lly prHen( o l wasn
i'qutl'ed alt tho ptlrelhe taruan for the
pulrpotre ofm n iutt)ilyingaatMwvr to n a long
iltitlogl(it lf (ilostalonti. On thil o (cr-
1clon I hard to roptiilr to thu bureau
arnted wtlil a big bhundlthe oT brth, ton-
lirin tlon, ilmnurrigo, v.irhinatlon, anll
othlr t('rl ifl'ynthl. l'ihe'so wsore exain-
Inoud nlu :tunlltl tantl fact'tory. hut thoy
wort i hiiatidttito o *n.aiitfy tiho ofletal
llhilri for lcntio ll il d iMy. fitth er'a
i gio, i' rife.nmsl nt, a ill Itlaro te r o istloicop
i' itl irm ut's r'h nlidon namiro hard ago, 1
'itlit,-r uivo 'iarrtltly .or il approxlinatoe
ly, Ili \v 11vn L lith(' ynptthoutt polco-i
i1inu t('Livtiimnml'd lbuit gni and maiden
nieid Ililln i-ir ituiilnl nliiuotie fur nI y mother r-t I
in.ltIi, I -lit t'i iito, t e ontirf4q Ignorance,

The Hardeat Worked of Seamen.
T"lt h)ker.-i itr' IreI hordost working 4
ir ill h n-t i 'e ls t r hor olt In i boa ld rtl-uim -
nill ls'ruM.nt lihil at tli mnmteli no ton with
thhio in III lllr lu,ii nnti from knowl-
(k It an say w luirtit tloe 'thtintu olthat, aH
aI (0'I H, sIII)' H 1ti0on t and coual a111 a-
tIn4 ort' tlinu tni's it-rfori' ni ore arlia-
ols1 niid irillHIvo work Ihiin the min-
'nru Il thiti. vnn iti- li lit mitalhracitot ro.
1,ciie, tni 1iiln rtI'l. In l ho liot t mi ilos of
M;|III'mII, t(lle gliFs imlw<4trn ef the glK
)ll nit' II Inn rlhy tl) ollr, In tlt roll.
I Ing ueills Ti'-y r't:i ,- i i uro iiporl lonato-
ly l pity. 'The'iy iiitally work In
Iollur-hlt' r watiln-"n-n ltimr it llt indt eight
sin T'ihli I'~ ,10 u i11i I n flMint of li I
ti'llig i nlm im 1l I It. bnatt r'y of shilp
',ll,.','mI s In iiih, inlricri whero thio.
4',il i -Iii'rv l. lioli of uhonut biolng In
tII. \, i. I),i% i 'ihn of iiho ship. Tho uquar-
i 1,1at i -atraitpedi, the air fiil of noxil-
t|Il giItHse. iho lighl, the t'rrlblo glare
.if IlI" n-nKulK nfros, anti ileo tempera-
nlr.c I'atlgllII frs1it lO, to 140 legrneas
Flalltn',niFt-ill The rnoir iInat oven tho
'Iiii.irl lines pla> ith'ked firomen for
litinr 1nu1ti enitain Is $tii per month. The
,\n.i i c'en IrihIts luau Its price regulated
at a111 Hi,,iini1f sef nisnlothl tug over 180,
Ihutughli HI itn|<, It i|ItaiR tbho bent
i dli -It 'lh'ntldi 'nl lrg, In leiloe's
MNi t lil .

Perils of the Lumberman.
A f' lW si f .-'unn' iun' wore loosen- Where Riohelleu Is Burled.
IIg Illile- irt im thli rocks above a Although a ster edict bhas
,,i ,I,.,uin, aui (huoe -river Den forth to no longer botUtl up the
ulnh/.e 'II- i arear they worked to ; wine of science and letters In th
ilIt, ihl-aI ol the rapid tho more Im- receptacle of Richelieu, seve 0i
Inlirl'ini i.e'v thilir peril. At last the iconoclabts have spared the faM
t i, t "..,..,ii.rsminan- a halft-breed dome whiCh covers the great cardli
nii.l .i'lui, rftuHi,-.'l to venture tomb. The new Borbonno, ho
Imih.'r Ih,. llvoex of hin recw. The elaborate, would hardly be the
flitllia1'ly futreunan ord.rod him ot, bonne at aUl without Richaelleu'a
il-pliul'id alioarci. anli Ilok P ioleomn'a did chapel s Its heart. Student
rl-rinKg piadilhtl. O(ut from thet bank professors no longer have to boi
tle-y lithor swiftly. "thl liaown ila istoep fore the altar, and no Sorbhone
inlilnee All went well unl I they tors fll the pulpit; but whoso Bhi
wil'ne l li larn tlhollr l.out Ie.hlllo the call enter and either af d a ."
r(rK In hat blorkeal Ith. tilmbnr. when at least view the beautiftil
to their c nsternatlon thi" spi"il of the gue beneath whiclli a the dust i
Itmnti lwakhineIl. MaiJinKgiK g o point areat Armand Joas du Peelds
hl..r t4w iIuplrenm. Ih,.y r,',,ee with all self, in the midst of the Itasltutit
IhOir mirs-ngth. iri line. mu',roud ashe builld d anew, lavIshing thetInllli
never movud. Hiir'ely ill. dernon of ihis private fortiuBt reo1 andi
ihie raplils hald mightt hilin-. With mortgaging the estate U dll
pounding Iutrinii ani pininlung breath, Abovo the bm has W recentt
they tsigKinIl wit t nil ilir might and been *uaspeade his ettefully pram
main, Init 1o no pmirposm Inch by cardinal's hat, Whittle the head I
Inch. with Ilnc ru'lnIg itage, he drew I savagely sIWerI d when a tme ta
Ih.ra,. inltil. at laWi. wlith a deafening violataodt 111, ehas also been
roar h.. lunrlsd ihs.mn, i.alt and all, lkt, e clously retoered and replaced a
a jav'ltn. into ith very depths of the emlasr lltlX ialas. BVes the t0e
gigltlc i catildlron, otf .islingi foam... i W Coned awa.i a 7
Arthur Ilmprnng. In Hrilbner's. sl yMa r. a st the I mn M
...-.... ,-ml s. pear atiat, lc aSerlbnnri.-
The successful Physalol.e ia &pet a Ina in .ribin' ",
tliring the ti m.apent latI this.hw Thae enaddy% M 'y
pltsl I learnedl m any th ings th at Ihi AS*h ollill..
ti-xt bIok tsaehol.t' O among h th th* 1,, lliko ha ew, ,1
secrt of theo MUCCllcesllfuil Dfpfom. I wa a e ao'
discovered that while know siua though h oew.o
a necessity It wss not the Balfo
-tac.t, pergy. sympathy ad kdld i- "amuse."
neas counted four moL. t most i
tompetent physician we* tl tit n '-
bly the most prosperolt. whb the as-, i. fs ',,m"
idutously attentive Igt ptiu. 4'wo 140
maulde up in (are what le shetd t
skill. kept the hospltag 0i W4.0
Il the fullness of time a
4asitarintr wvervwdra'
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Fre the hbypbe sted mo
0 luie fashlionnbi dae '
In thoe Banda ora editIon '
O tIho "Idoeii Iaotistiolate"-" .
oue the aeme ..'
M!atres stu'nfitlar- tt Coe.t0r-'FtIsi $ :.1
" eliya-tadldBtb-slhyt rb I '
o ( do d, agentt from Binllke rbo edk0% .. .:"-
1-tardy panrtni-lrtbeknti- .
Wni hSticeed f.lst%~.Ity'-1t0 bita .
-1strer lyeti-eethe !'its 14
That the iamea n .
ihoald tbhi rtyle doatilase fo
lay a handed years or mor, .
WIll display their hyphenaton :
r .ba By the oore. .
Mistress Bternsller-VYani Ootosr-its tUl-" ,
sily- -".hob t "P -..Aiti1 *
.1tontmorsaey.1-MItterUleb S.aibyfl i. :n
Ml -t ntnu ih-CarrseelohA -*-l 1 lt5 s l "
e'otlnuoza lhatirhBsu AgUfcuM 1 O .

Thus 6i course, "
sitowlng lti ramilfinction ', "
O(rafttt 11 o l by all itlons---
For, in thce cI ys, of tell ntra
AlNtl the aunit Ani' rlno .u.i
Much Will be e
probably tho pedigree. .'
-Now OrlatnitsTimnta-DemOeat. :


lltax lie la a man of many callit .
Jonx--A jack of all trades, ehT H eot
-No; at train announcer.'
11obson-Ilow is your brother do-
Ing -at college? pIobson-ine. H ,Ps
singing flrst tenor and playing oecB4.
Tencher-Wllnie, what would be tMe
first thing to do It a boy should 'e
atinastruck? WVllie--Let him stary hoe
from bchpool.
"i khe fond. of tbie MiJ r"i 'itt
should say she was. Why, llo* Al i 1'
her books bound In one colot,. f ,. *:
Will be uniform." .. .
New DtoArder-Wbit. the irow up'- ..;
Staira? Landlad7.- It' that pt:tqiw"r
of hypnotism trying J to got is watts
permission .to .go out tis' evnif g I
"Ite took some fine views witt i ,d |
camera." "Yet. There was potU o
else be could take without lev it S j
charged up qxtra in the hotel bIL": "
Blobba-Bcribblor has lUadn 0 o-:1
than nine plays rejected. oBlobb."" "
What, so he doing now ilobb--Wrlt-
tn' essay on the decline of the 4nk-
mn ..
LaMoatt-Tbhere gpe a ma ihi o
hsa done much to elevate women .*
Moyne-Oreat suflrie redormierf "A
Montt-No; maker of high I aehe .
Sharpe--Wonder where the author
of 'Wild Animals I Have Me" got hto
inspiration? Whealton-Prababy ga-
Ing at the bulls and bears In the itok
exchange. .
"Ii your wife a, good cookt" ak '.
the vilsitor from outt of town. "I s .fthei
echoed the fiat dweller. "say, you 1n .-
ought to be around when she ros .-
the janitor."
"Now- here is a hatpian," ald -th
kindergarten teacher. "Wlat is .It
used for?' "To button your s .bo
with," replied the little gitrl at tb dBt
of the. claiti.-
Oritty Ueorgo--Yer cat is wabhla' t111,,
face. mum.. Dey say It is de sign of- -
rait. The Latdy-Yes; and I ;ue11 it
you were to wash your face It woul d
be the sign ot a hurricane..
Mrs. Dates-You must mli f r"OU
hubabnd awfully, Mrs. SBtlpple. bl ie
such a good man. Mrs. fltlppl--MR4.
himl I guies I do! lI always depmed4 4
upon him -so to whistle the dog latq.
the houte at night. .





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"Is this town getting richer," ase .-
the drummer. "Must be," reple*4 the
native; "the' society repoorterfi usd to
say the matrons were 'asupvMer
dressed.' but now they state they welt
's lnperbly gowned.'" ,. ,
Miss Beacon (from Boston)-l,.ap- -
pose you encouraged your daughter to '7.
study Drowning? Major Wlhk-The
practical kind. Mima Beacon--PrA4-
cal? Major Wick-Yes; browlng
beefsteak and potatoes.
"I'll bet a dollar If I should ask lu
to marry me you'd refuse," vontfle t
Ousmle, trying to Inject a Uittle mes 1
spirit Into the oonversatloa "Miy, b '
you're a cheap onel" respond the
girl. "W-w-w-why?" stammered Go
sle. "Becauae you won't bet WO f,
than a dollar on a sure thing." '