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 27, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Ejvo r:w EO T Tn 2OtA-La, TrtSnsrTJaSS .A2I'i) POLITIC-rAL I3JTSS0HWI o.r 01c z.

OO -,-TTt- .A7Z BTATE.




.Addressed Large Audience 'rues-
day Night.


A 4roome, Barrs, Clark and Alex-
ander Were Also Present
and Made Addresses.
The Sheats- Iflloway meeting was heldl,
as previously, advertised, in ligh Springs
"* Tuesday night.. -
Besides Me.srs; Shcats and Hollow.ay,
pwho are canAidates for he office of Sate
St. Sperlntendent of. Public IttstructionF
There were prese.at and addressed the
u :,veqflng, Hon. James E. Broome, caindi-
.tjdiat for Secreta.-v of State; and Hons.
..lt'I-M. ila-ra, Frank Clark and James V.t
Alexander, candidates for Congreua from
ir'th eSoaid Dis,.:ct. .
The meeting was held in Newberry
S.MfXU. The hall was crowded beyond its
t, .titng capacity, and of the large nuum-
present many we e ladies, and to
thp the candidates pa.d big(h coumpli-

br. B. C. Hodges p-esided over the
wsaIting and introduced lhe speakers. It
*i~tg unde.rsood that the meeting w-4s a
Ahltpts-Holloway meeting, the chairman
announced that those gentlemen's
spamehed would not be limited, but each
'f tlle ohers would be limited to twenty

Shortly before the speaking began Mrs.
.')r:. arne', a beautiful and accomp'islh-
d.pianist, was prevailed upon by mCome
pf. her friends to furnish some music.
B$very one p.-esent was delighted with the
iuasie, and the good lady left the piano
4mid a storm of applause.
"t lirtet speaker introduced by thei
c'h aisran waa Hllo. James E. Ale.'. auder,
bppdinote for Cong.-ess Mr. Ale ..,-nIl
"tgna his speech by decla-ing wilti earn-
tuner: "I am due the beautiful yosmg
lady who favored us with the music aun
apology. I noticed the other caudsinat'.!-
applaided her, but I was so charuie l ith
har beauty I forgot to applaud." (Jina
hadn't lten learned that the lady wa',
iuat:led.) Then he said ninny nic
things bout the people of High Sliri:ag-
Sand Alachua county, and about the la
dies in particular lie said J. M i r.-
Ottght not to go to Cougress because he
pasted his hair in the nmidlle; Charlc.
Dougherty ought not to go because lee
-h ad no hair at all, and Frank Clark ought
,to be kept at home because he had o le of
the .*oblest little cracker wives in :ti
world, who was physically unabletasn;anl
the Washington climate. He spol e ve y
highly of Hon. R. W. Davi', and in i
tmated that when Davis is Govet nor and
Alexander in Cong:ess all w'it be well
ktr ilorlda.
Bon. W. N Sheats, candidate for State
% Superintendent of Public iis.rucLioua,
r(th* office he now holds) was next in o
dJead, and spoke one hour and twenty
masutes. When Mr. Sheets was intro-
dttb4g the audience was on the tiplet or
e- xI tatlon. It had been whispered-
md very loudly, too -that Sbeata and
tatloway were going for each other with
glivwe off, and some were wishing tliey
wold, while others wished they would
Mr. Sbeats spoke in his u*", I vigorous
way, and his speech was by no means
free fsri scasm. He recited a history
ofl*a-lf and his school work I' Alachus
ebt ,ar many years, and claimed
m- n of the credit for Alachua's advance-
liht AWe Holoway came into office;
epi hu was the cause of I-olloway's get-
alg the. poldlon bhe now holds, and the
chitere against him were for the purpose
of fitthw*rumptag Holloway and d in
.* .gtsg-fls -akS he went to school four
yaune. p ,.he knew more than many who
.as 5atwtablfal in Florids, but it only
telk Ms. 4Sloway three nmouths to pro-
*, e te be -sperintendent, etlc He
sigfhtl.up the Booker Washington and
atte Yt ng incidents, also the lady who
h.u1 w dragged. ineo the matter, anid
*Sd4V with get emphasis that he was
55 of wluhat he Is being charged
Swl Iti th4tthe whole proceeding is an
4HtbpdbPa huhat dathe estlmataiiii of

*if e senes to Holloway
.qe"yllsneiUth7, and lit
rr paucl ccmnditioZ of
'1 e, anty .s real bad,
4qs11wq ore then any
1ag,w f to Molloway

ithe aaCen e sp

-~ Oman

date for
! jr see
r - -its-

ca, a ty., I know I ani one or iimaay
teacliers v h.o would be deliglitedc to -se-
hii Irv fur a first-cwr.s certificate."*
To show li(w naid why the school
bo.ar'd is in ile'li, Hollo.vay called a'l .'i-
i ton to the M.1;tVny nice :1indl costly scl'ool
bu.lin Ig n Ithe coniaty. aid I&henl
Sleats ,'lett oait on the cort-ilt buiperins.
ten le.il's oii.-:- llte- school property was
w.-rth I :k.' dit i it nis it'w worth .112,-
00J .'ire teachers an.I better salary
upw than 'then a so heilp-ld to increase
the debt. He anIiaffi.eil that be had
ins his psso.ssioii hitters and affidavits
to prove il, that he had said about
Sheats. Said Booker Washington was
invited here to ah'lresa white school su-
periitedmlents, and but for him (Hollo-
way) lie wuhdl Stave spoken in the High
'.chool auditor um. "I prevented that,"
said the .spaktrr, 'and I amn glad I did it,
and have no -apologies to offer for it "L
At the close of this sentence there was
enthusiastic applause. "Mr. beatss,.
said Mr. Holloway, 'has to'd you that he
s 11no coward Well, I ant not much of a
coward myself. I ised to be a little
afraid of Mr. Sheets, but I've grown out
of that; I'mi not afraid of him any more "
NHon. James E. Broome, candidate for
Sccreta-y of State, was next Introduced,
and paid a glowing tribute to the ladles.
He said he was pleased to see.so many
ladies present. '"Tney .ouLh the eye of
the bachelor, and ease the heart of the
-widower" he said, and while the audience
was enthusiastically applauding, a dozen
or more lovely maids and widows were
asking those near them "Is he a bachelor
or widower?" and. some were declaring,
Oh, he is so handsome! '.Oh," said the
hatfdsome gentleman from Gad:den,
"I'm not a widower, o; I won't be one
very lo-ig." '
Like the o'ler twenty minute speakers,
I1 r. Broome had no ti-ne to say much,
but he told of his well known work in
the Democratic party, especially during
the "reconsCraction" days. hiarservices in
thle ilo ida Sate Senate for twelve con-
secutive years, etc. lie reminded the
people p eseat that others with whom he
labo-ed dlti;ug those trying times had
long since been, rewarded with State of-
fices, and asked If he was not entitled to
so ne r-ward Senator Broone is a fine
llinki'r. a fine loo .;aag gentleman and
wIh e make 'a good Secretary of State.
1.-: nale inany warm friends at High

Hion Frank Clark, candidate for Cona-
gx-.-s.s was next introduced. He went for
A'er-.,a-ler salout speaking tif Barrs' pait-
,, I l.i, inir itn the riddle, and Dough.
erty's havingg io hair ut nil. Hie ssal that
i) iugherty had said it 1-i brains, anid not
,iiar, that the piop'e are go:ng to setin to
"I have leLe-i married 19 yearn" said
Mr. Cl.Ak. "wnid Jim Alexander is as ohla
as I am, antit it he has not in all these
y ars l-en s able to find some good woman
who woili naurtry him, [ say in the lan-
guage of Samn Jo.es, lie 'aint fitted' to go
to Congress 'no how.' Mr. Clark then
got down to business, and for about ten
minutes he spoke ably and interestingly
on the issues of the campaign.
Tlie next and last speaker was Hon. J.
M. Barra, candidate for Congress. The
hour being late, Mr. Barrs seemed to rea-
lize that the people had had enough fun
for one night, and he at once proceeded
to business. He did not have so much
to say about what he had done, for know-
ing the people of High Springs to be as
intelligent as any in the Second Congres-
si.nal District, and he having been born
and raised in Flo.ida, where he has been
prom'neit ba political circles for many
years, he doubtless felt that Isis hearers
knew him well.
He called attention to the fact that the
corporation papers of the entire State
were against him, and would do all in
their power to defeat him. He told how
the Times-Union. St. Augustine Record,
and other papers owned or controlled by
the Standard Oil Company trust, several
railroads and other corporations, were
trying to send a delegation to Washing-
ton that they can use to e to legislation
to suit them, and how these a .me in-
flunces were striving to defeat him. He
reminded the people of the fact (a fact
uidenlable) that Mr. Flagler to a Repub-
llcan in every -sense of the word, and a
hater of every principle of democracy.
He thought it very strange that any one
should fail to understand that when a
millionaire trust magnate is spending fab.
ulou sumsof money to elect a Florida
Demouert to the United States Senate or
or Congress, he is not doing it because
e considers him a good Dmocrat. but a
Democrat in name only, and one who
can be uned to help further the taterestb
al the trusts.
Mr. aers expressed his sorrow that he
bad only tweatry minutes to speak, ada
'-h at a* time when the audkuce had a$-
readsy been talked to by other eas0ldatr
to peariy thte hours, but he aninonaesd
kab tatession to v itt Hig s@8prins again,
,,- -n h alsk ressioaotaDo3. 4
- oas 1 te o- of -ihp campaWLa
bstbhI plswrsew thanl*bewasprior
I* k Wp "lbs mesP~

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Holloway Meeting Here-
Others to Speak.


Clark, Alexander, Billis,
>me, Broward, Croomn,

and Qthers.
The candidates who spoke at High
Springs Tuesday night, spoke at La
Crosit Wednesday. Hons. Jno. N. C.
Stockton and N. B. Browarn, who were
not at High Sp.1igs jol led the otbemr at
LaCrosse and add -esed the pcop'e, but
we have not received a report of the
This evening the candidates will be
here. The speaking will be in the cou.ti
choose, which will be warm and com'o t
able. The mretlug will be called to oider
at 7350 o'clock, a Dr. J F.' Mclia'--y,
(who will pr.sde), wants to give all '.he
candidates an oppo .AIAliy to tulk.
The speech of Shuats and Holloway
are looked forward to with much i:te --
eat, as arealso those expected to be de-
livered by Stockton and Jennings. The
. o letter cand dates have not yet spoken
In Ga'ueasvlle, and the people are anxlo us
to bear them
LATrn. -Since the above was in type,
Chairman McKinsLt.y has decided that it
will be best for some of the candidates to
speak this afternoon, as it will be impoa.
sible for al* of them to speak tolIght.
The speaking may continue on hato S- :
u day. Holloway, Sheats, Stockton, Jen-
nings, Ba:rs, Alexande Clank, J$roome,
Crom, Eills, Abrams, Broward, Brown,
and bI.. hapa nlhe.-s, are expected to spe# *%.
Everybody as c 'rdially invited to at end
the speaking, and some of the candl-
dates are especially anxious for the diess
to atuead.

Will Convene Deemaber apth In At-
The meeting of this Association will
be held In Atlanta on December 291%h,
and will continue until the eveiAag
ol J- n ist. The rate from all poln's in
"lorida will be one fare plus 25 cts. for
tUse round trip plus$2.oo00 membership fee.
A large delegation of teachers is earn-
estly requested, as matters of importance
to education and the associalIon will be
Ie discussed and decided.
A most excellent program has been pre.
pared, and some of the most eminent
educators and statesman on the continent
have accepted invitations to speak.
For further information please address
Juo. W. Wideman, Slate Mgr., Tailahas-
se, or j. C Compton, Ast. Mgr., Lees.-

Important Notice.
Our contract with the Argo Portrait
Company, of Chicago, will end January
lst next. All customers holding tickets
for St15 in trade, and .30o for a frame,
will call and select frames between slow
and Janpary ist, ma everything will be
settled by that time, and all frames not
sold will be returned to the company.
This is to give all our customers ample
time to get pictures and select frames, so
there will be no dissatisfaction
Gainesville, Pla.
'i4 hmber i a--6t.

A Felse Report.
We learn that the report of the death
of Mrs. Alford, which bad become cur-
rent throughout the county and u~on
which we based our local In last isue,
Was false, as Mr. Alford was alive and
well last week.
W. I. Yersty informs us that the remo,-C
was started by the mail carler f-om O.'nr
Creek to Gulf Hlsaiock, who pn&.es Ma-o.
Alford's house daily, and the rumor gow
as it went, with no one to refute it, un.'I
the lady herself appeared in the .esht--
Levy Times-Democrat.
Thbankslvlig Servic.
The Methodats and Presbyte taus
united with the saBepist ina Tbr-s'
gtling servlce *t the rst Baplist chan *tb
yesterday.. P's*r Hay, of the P-b)-j-
tersa ehlueb, p-ehled en able a id tn-
p selve sraem, ad the eheir-aompxs-
.ad mneberN fnam each ehn.uh- riJ-
dredl excellent ail.
The NgufapopllauM had as Jute est ^g
T1heglvfpg eara a timer eh,eh.
teitor Qay m hinted thbe I.

The Atle,. c.l* y Te Sr he
,ak easeMes in tho switer:W a the

-d ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -t-o 'eo ^ 1-'^* W-

meat, mmi lme a sae- ala flei
of c""m W"%, = a=lS Our

Dr. J. .lkb, who bs b Ef.

4 qat^-T eto twt,
8 *am aakg G I CT f

Try Pagan's market for beat nmeats.
Mr. C. W, Cliase spent Monday in
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf
J. L. Medll' of Albion, spent last
night ill the city.
Howe's Great London Shows will'ex-
hibit in Gaineswille December 2.
K. K. Andetaon of iHigh Springs was
in the city Wednesday.
J A Dawsonu'made a business trip to
Paine's Prairie yesterday.
M. A. Denaler of Joneavile, was tiana-
acting business hete Wednesday.
W. T. Jackson of WtVauburg Lake, was
In the city Wednesday on bus'neas.
Col. Those. B. Owen has returned from
a professional visit to Jacksonville.
Jno. M. Hi-e%, a prominent lively nman
ofl eabreeze, is in the city today.
Mrs. 0. L. York of Arredondo spent
averal hours in the c:ty Wednesday.
Capt. A. W. G. Torbert, of A..wdonda,
wa a business visitor tothe city Wednes-
Mr. J. C. Neyberry was in the cit.
Wednesday from his home at High
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. McCall w3ae in
the city Wednesday from their home at
Geo. Byles, a popular young man of
Windsor, was transacting.buslness in the
city Tuesday.
Hon. [e.'ty M. Colson has returned
from business visit'to Valdoata and oth-
er points in Geosgia.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposes, 15 4ta. a hundred or s5 for 5
cts., at TUR STAR officer
Deputy Sheriff Sydney Cheeves went
to High Spiings yeste-day afternoon to
serve some official papers.
If Jdu wapt money to buy or build a
home, pay of nirtgage, or ootret fbra
nro ltale Investment see Movers.
A. E. Bryan, the popular restaurant
man, has been quite s'ck several days
but is better this morning.
If you have no girl borrow some one
else's girl and go to How's big show
which will exhibit here December 2.
Dr. and Mrs. L. Montgomery of Mic-
anopy, were among the prominent peo-
ple in Galueville Tuheday.
When you want a team that is not only
good for service, but handsome as well,
you should apply at Thomas',a stables.
Mrs. W. M. Holloway returned
Wednesday from High Springs, where
she visited ber sister, Mrs. Ostees.
Several of the Rest Florldsa Seminary
cadets spent Thanksgiving Day at their
respective homes in various par's of the
James C. talle, one of Alachua's most
prosperous and popular young planters,
was a business visitor' to Gainesville
Senator Jas. B1. Broome, candidate for
Sec.retsry of State, has been circulstiag
among hbi numerous Gainesville friends
during the last day or two.
If it is Job printing you want just send
your order to the btar. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
Mtin Alice Nichols has returned from
her former hame in Massachusette, where
she spent several months very pleasantly
with relatives and friends.
The Bowle, Texas, Pres eays: "Howe's
Great Londcm Shows clean and good
throughout." The shows will esbibt in
Gainesville December a.
Jennings, Croo mand Ellis arrived In.
the city tst night S tockton, Barrs,
Broward, Brown, Clak, Abrams and oth.
ern are expected this morning.
Giddlngst aIr Grower doe the work.
For Sale bytDr. B. i3o.ddTin. hnesw
ville, and the Po0to4fflo Drag m and J.
A. Stephens, -Hih Springs, Pi.N
The friends of Mir. Prevamtt, of East
Gainesville, are pleased to hapw that he
t rapidly reooveunj from hI reca ent s-
vere illness with typhoid fever.
Wastd-A few inglubatoMs Mand brood-
'e. AddrsM P. 0. BO No. j Wade.
Pls., stating name of Bmau m lse
of machine, oanditlon and prie wantl.
Col. Chmnbb, the Iandeme amu.
popular United StatM .lad offce man,
has been on a vist to hs intMtestag fa-n.
fly at his beautiful homae at Winter Park.
Fmrobsed roam walt P cold
and hot bath. UfaaldMd -
rooms foe light hUaakedplmgi lee rant
by Mre. L1. ThMrher, Be MaIn St.
Miss Meaie leWy after a pleasant
visit to frieMadst in JacusvTlle haretur.
ed aepoipsld by he f't ,Kiss QuMel O
Knight, who will epend sevessal dlsayps with



ind .of Country Pro-
"' deam .

-We Have ,

In Stock, and are constantly

ing "up-to-date" Shoes for '
* Wmnen and Children, at pop0)0 K !
prices and of the best makes. '

f We call

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

J. D, Matheson, j

J o8 h and Leati e $to0 qtnevili8, Fit.

J. A. Coburn, Mgr. & Owner
35 Whites 4tist 35
Grand opening specl'icle entitled
"A Recep'ioin o the Royal Cecill-
ian Courtie's." A beautiful es-
semble productiion, prescul ng the
entire company. Posi ively eve'y-
thing new ihis season. "Peerless
Barlow Hussar Band" iji noonday
concert and parade.
Prices 26o., 60O., and 76o.
Reserved Seats on Sale at

Don't fail to go to Barlow's Minstrels,
in the opeia house on December i, bene-
fit of Gaiievsvlle tGuards. Secure your
reserved seats at M;lltr vt % vera's. Prices
25c., 5oc. anti75c.
Goodl, serviceable plated ware interests
the mtajotity ofbhotsekeepers. liveu those
who can afford sterling, prefer heavy
plated ware for everyday use. The
most inviting stock is found in our jewel-
ry department. L. ('. Smith.
In the absence of Rev. W.J. Carpenter,
who was engaged in the Osceola county
temperance campaign, D:. W. H. Sibley
conducted the prayerumeeliog at the
Methodist church Wednesday night.
Those "Lenox" shoes, for children, at
Smith's 8oe Department, have you seen
them? If not, come in, and me the finest
line of children's shoes in the city. We
can also furnish you with ladies' and
mens' shoes at prices as low as the low-
est. L. 0. Smith.
Jim Alexander is hustling, and he is
lece tioue ;nag amon the school children
slid ladi's. He requests the Star to ay
that whether he is elected to Congeass ot
not, he is going to get ma;t't.d as soon r%
he can.
if you want horses, mules, wagons,
buggies, carriages, harness, whips, lap
robes, or anything else usually kept for
sale at a first-class livery, feed and sale
stable, you should call on W. R. Thomai,
Gainesville, Ila.
Quite a number will go up to Ga'nes-
ville Friday from Ocala to bear the joirt
debate between Reasrs. Seats and Hol-
loway, Mens. Stolkton and Jenulug
aad Messrs. Drown, Mays and Browt-d.
- Ocala. Banner of yesterday.
Giddena' Unparalleled Uair Grower
is all that its name implies. It cures
dandruff s*tce falling hair and produces
new hair. It In an excellent hair dresser.
For sle at t. B. Giddlng'as Drug ltore,,
oaineaville, and the Poetoice Drug Store
and J, A. Stephens, High Springs.
tiheriff L. W. Fennell returned f am
Atlanta yesterday. He repo:as the con-
dition of his sister, M.s. G:avgte, who
bad a difficult opeie 'on pe.foamed on
ber by Dr. Iloluies, favo ab's. 'lThe oper.
saton wnA a successful one, a',d Mrs.
Gh-anger is on the road to -ecovety.
The board of county commissioners
was in s-blion a shot while Tuesday;
and, while the good rords machinery
question is not yet cos'deed finally se'.-
tied, It is generally understood that ;be
machinery falls so far sabo t of what hbq
been claimed for it, that the commission-
ers will not accept it.
The Duringo; Colo., Democrat, lan
speaking of Howe's Great London Shows,
which will exhibit in Gainesville Decem-
ber said: "llowe's Show was clean and
good, showed more than they advertised
and pleased all who attended. Now
what more ean be mid? They are good
people, have a good show and merit all
hat comes their war."
Walter E. Brysan, a prominent young
merchant of Alachu., who hasabeen qu'te
low with typhoid fevec at the home of
his latbere-ilaw, tbis oiy, has raestael
sufficienutly to be able fo dilve out in foe a
some, and his friends are pleased at bhe
pnpecs of hias early retoratlion to easot'
plete health and strenoh.
W. D. Graatem, soute agit for the
Bothers Nzpse Company, wi'h bead.
qurtets at Oalta, Wa la the city Wed
nesday checking up Agaut Wooding and
Oashier W. P. CoNy. Mr. Wooding Is
ow ina Cubs, and M. Coffy b virtaslty
the "wlle thing" hen, and onte
Aglet Grahm eomplimisted bhi vety
highy om the excellent condition lan
which he found the affairs of the office.

The STAR is $1 a



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J. F1. Mason,

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lot Drinks,

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Cold Drinks,

Confectionery and Stationery,

High Grade CIGARS and TOBACCOS,.



News Stand in Connection,



J. B Douglas,
Dealer in Heavy and

Fancy Groceries, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Flour, Meil,
Grits, Rice, Coffee, Sugar,
Canned Goods, and -in
fact everything in .the
-Grocery line.

Hay and Grain
Prices low u tihe lo

eat, and. weights, myoutte
and quaelq guarantee.

New St nd,

I have recently opened
up at a new stand, and
wish all of my old cus-
tomers and new ones to
call, se and buy.
J. B. Douglas,

122 West Main t.,
Next Door to S. J. Toinaiu


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0 1469Case is Resumned at New
Yn- c V 1W h Tl^ iw.ual
i ,''" Sensations. .

: AT.q.stimony cf a sensational nature
introduced at Qe 40 ited states
lM- building bearing, which re,
4, 5d at New (j1p ~ a ...
S During the o0trse of hM ,reiteeo
Examination 1t.*W isn 4 NdIb H alUqt
of the ship bua!d jepnipantm,,.tU,
termeyer~ooun-ndor the copuaNIMuts.'
brought out from Nixon the qt4te-
S meat that of the $1,000,000 additional
look t1sued when the company. wra
,Ttaqq .t tha e ^ e ut^W

-. M taS t' Aea ; c.pa .A.s
(1 11 r. Nixon. Mr. Dreser ;A4 the
-llat Oo in of the Republic, leave.
9$4000,000, the dispositio0 of wkich
)+d not Laew. ,.Me PId C kbow
1 cl '"hab 1bstained ft:i "
heiuo, nught out that, at the
Sl oitet i action plan
: =r ilderatlo ,, Mr. ScAwab
.i p"aq $1. ,000 bouds,.

s, lasuedto Mr. N:xon,
fl 5.,O while the market value wps
less than this, "Mr Untermeyer
H ddirdet charge tbhltbki was
i .*iatare of a bribe to Induce Mr.
b agree to the Sheldon plaq n

wl as shown In two letters
I l'shsw to Joseph J Hoiedley
1901 0, copies of which
-.INqea evidence. Mr,
tI itetielded, had conduct-
S90ogetlaSloan with r, Schwab
r.- lrixoi wa euas .ayTliN to
*ehtwab to accede to the w
t plan and had, aQer the,pro'
A1t V Q l to accede to tit
.Mi 'lL. Nixon said that at
request he had done so.
I' lettwl are as. follows:
1lsng the t niled States ship
reorganlsiaUon is perfected, I
to take and ay for
t itgago bonas of the
State Ship Building Company,
sWhares of preferred and 26,000

W ht, 1, .1 4'. IBiad
ll d eocks to be deposited with
MXintyre and Marshall, 74
WarW, New York, and to be ex.-
'4 sor .ecurltles of the reorgan-
'e1p1nMt" 1y as hU designated by agree-
0 4tedi by the reorganization
Atta; o. M. SCHWAB."
10 g te Vnlte4 States Ship-
CompA re6 hiition lb
I hereby guarantee to pay
A'' r order $0,000,00o, amount qt
*iet whioh ss been made to th4,
9010eldon4alieat o. oi labierlption et.
100000 made byxLewis Nixon. I also
to have said subscription played
T y account aqd guarantee to have
C complete release sued to. said Nixon
s aid Bheldon- syndicate.
'. t .

1 "Ito Candirite l eawell .Awarded
Verdlet Abinet sea.44 .
"fTIM North Carolina supreme court
41imissed the petition, to rehear
3rlwell Oca TTip afirmq this
ble aae.
8*aWell gets .a e R$ M ag0ag
the Siebofrd Air Line because
,a he was IluIts station at ihltu,
dwt purchased a ticket and binag
Saboeu to tae n.trata, be ,was palled.
Switch eggs, t1e omppay's agent not in.
e eteg to prlent, but encouragimg

.!woeli Wasl aa the time the republl-.
bd popuilt nomitnea for lileuten.
OYi 3oWBr. He had Just made ,.s
4 e^ tl..l Spechbat felblby.

I igertent Morc Again Put ato eu
by Amerloahs.
A Manila s eclal says: Getia
P wdod eatuired lh Ihoros In the hUI
( of' Vlole, aorth ou ~S nor 6n thd1 i W
S:;-t November and destroyed the earth.
., -"works they had thrown up there.
|r Private Martt' B-ttana, of the

V'us'teenth Cavalry was killed during
i engagement and two privates were
SWoloded, one seriously. The losa on
"e More side Is known to have been
l bly nore, as the ground a

Noe W 0 9at 'tuakegee.
h says: on.
SOf abatna. is
hcreation of
Lauch Will. if.

I question
Sa ndr er


TkFA. d up the watchman, Ricdard
Totum.at 4lelted, one of the robbers
betuig 1)04ed as guard over him.
Beotitlg tools from a blacksmith
s- hop abs by, the four men made thelw
way iAto .t. bank. They blew open
6Al ag. iso liadig $700.,

I Iff9 IId
ree Oem-psey .n Top.
//^ *? -4tt# ^ WOo otret
ral~a~s o t at a early hqo

e Wc cO-Ueeialsaln ad .t ue..,,

a basis o V the o du-eiitl

Cuba and Panama ngaae ientin
,of Soie. V Lt H. .te ie

k WAI111tpD din4toh s5t 1 4
Wma Mad Cuba engag4 d e itumB i '
6f the 0 note Monday to9
oAU J1"oer &*"t ..,,"
*Ubmet caMOe up *af 1ft OB a
mtotin made by. mid-
er tbv VT ev l
joial r4 aaDp.m Uon o.
Cubsa *ra -dma* itto., and
several N.' on the

Ilk ,'WI t announcement of
t 4inM pt se ate commit-
tDe .,I hg l .a Morgan, dibmcrat,
o j a, fr he chairmnsblp of
th! 9omanttt o.pintAfroM nto e.aa.
Before the order went intto *pedt, Mr.
moteak took th qoor mn& his espeh
ItDOed to be a discussion t t entire
canal gunes4 wIt. ub li0ltlclsm
of the preAd M ", hr cvfthe."
1dr. OCuUlm, of Illinois, presented the
W q(## eq9mopttee on foreign re-
l0I0on1 on tbhe b,)to carry into effect
tt iCa riolptoc ty treaty. bThe bill
*at to the aileadar.
Mr. Hale, of Maine, then moved to
reollsider the vote by Which the New.
4pade repqilUon for the annexatiop of
Cuba was deferred to the committee
o0 re41etonu with Cuba. 'He made the
smdtloe-the tisle of an opposition to
the policy proposed by the resolution,
payilp t#a# toia country had4 already
declared its poUcy with reference to
Cuba by enacting the TeUer resolution
into law.
It might be said that the lowlands
resal tton I N ply, an i"vt but
tkto Ihis to be so, It i A fat
tUM we are not In the habit o. extend-
a, sqn oh!vlitations tl other ouanties,
Swe wo no4 In any.instan p extend
dlcb tuinvtltatlon fo'r -Iltln a Cmnada
to the United States."
Is this 9onneetion Mr. Hale said
A4hee were no doubt men present w44a
would live to witness the aMexationU
of Canada to the lVtee4 ite
Mr. Newleads, of 'eXvada, 5'td that
as a matter tf. fst, Otiba id already
nevae d s )ki-o.qtuitte of a ward of thb
Uted flitales. He also advanced the
4r3aMent that In asklag a re(.uction
4 1 ta jti.Cubasr product exported to
the United States, Cuba was mailing
an exceptional request, and he thought
we sh d4 respond by offering polite.
cal, rather than commercial, union. ,
Mr. Platt, of Cpnnecticutt, spid he
did. not believe the New dae; rZol*u-
UoA represented the business o po-
litical sentiment of the United Statet,
and that Its Introduction bad caused
unesainaes in Cuba and Porto a ie. He
hoped there would be no growth of e
pa6nton sentiment. 'H be itevd that
the beast interests of the United
States and Cuba Would be subserved
by separate existence. He eulogized
President Palmsa and the leading men
of Cuba anti declared that we were
only neighbors and friends of Cuba.

Many Prominent Georgians Charged
With Praetioing Slavery.
One of the most profound sensations
shine' the return of the indictments
againat Greene, the Gaynors end Car.
ter was created in the United States
court at Aavsnnah, Oa., Monday, when
indictments for selling negroes Into
slavery and holding them in servitude
were returned against the most prom.
inent people of south Georgia. One of
*them sl a member of the Georgia leg.
Twenty-six indictments were return
ead tgw4ntn Edward J'. MoRee, William
McRee and PFrank L. cRee, oat Val.
,oesta; William F. Crawley and Thornem.
as J. McClelland, of Ware county, and
Clay*on Moateod, John A. McLean and
Lester Williamson, of Montgomery
r'. Vh ifpttmueaat were for various
"stahtea conneeted With the sale and
retutl of negroes into peonage and
other tneode of depriving them of their
a.liberty ',.

Germany Resegs ,ee Panama.
emperor William has directed the
German authorities to ofoIally ree-
ognslie the republic of Panama.


Pive Men Loeet Institutolen at runseo.
6ly Small Suan seeured.
At a early hour Tuesday morning
j B 8. C.. a band of five
' ate men robbed the bank of that
plae, .


Negroee -in Several MiselnsippI Coun.
ties are Ordered to Leave.
News was received In Jackson, Miss..
Friday night that: whitecappers in the
counties of Amite, Franklin and Lin-
oln are again terrorislig the negroea.
The whitecappers have given notice
to the negroes nla many ne'ghborhoqda
In the counUes mentioned to leave,
and thy are doing so,
The section mentioned has been af-
fected with whitecaolsm for some
years, but the authorities prosecuted
them so vigorously that they have
been quiet for the jast nine months.


Senate Will Act On the Treaty Deceme
ber 11 h.
The republican and democratic lead.
era of the senate were In conference
-much of the- time |BatmS ty over the
quastuon of *xiag a ti meor the vote
aPN the 0 a reilproeity bill. and so
,r.i.rf Wet, aSikd to do en-
wo Itso Ut agreement to take the
,a*l 4 vote 0 Decemsbt 1 or a little
aMr tha. a wek ster the Oonvenlan
ASf.e, ae.0Mj or congress


Italian Rilrqed Hens3 Meet Horrible
pe th in Fire Which ktrey .ed'
Shenty Wherein They Slept.


GWrt Woo Wf n Malke
rloody raitd Upon Rebels.


In PIve Days of Figbing tw Thou-
sand of the lelandets Ware Put
to pout--Treahereps -Ambui.
eade Lild fro' Amleria.ns.

A special from Manila says: Three
htadred .Iros are know to have
been killed and man? other were car-
tied off dead or wounded as a result of
live "days' aevee fighting an Jolo be-
tween the American troops, under Geu-.
eral 'Leonard Wood, and the Insur-
gents. Major H. L Scott, of the Four.
teenth cavalry, and five American pri-
vates were wounded.
General Wood landed near Blet
lake, In Jolo, November 1$. The Mo-
ros were soon located and fighting be-
gan Immediately and continued until
"November 17.
Major Scott was taking Panglima
fsaasen, the Moro leader, who had
been 'taken a prisoner, to Jolo. While
en route, Hassen asked to be allowed
to see his family. HIs requft' was
granted, and thereupon he led -Major
Scott Into an .ambuseede. where the
Amerlcqn detachment was fired upon.
Major Scott was shot in both hands.
Hassen succeeded In escaping during
this unexpected attack,
The fighting took place in a country
covered with rocks. The Moros were
driven across the country from Blet
lake to .the town which Hassen has
made his headquarters, and where It
w"u reported the Moron were 2,000
The rebel position was attacked in
the flank by the Amerloas troops, who
ocaupied the town and inflicted a lose
of fifty killed on the Morus. Iassen,
with &a mail party, surrendered. The
rest of the Moros went Into the
swamps, out of which they lare driv-
en on November 1, .leaving seventy.
three dead behind them. On Novem-
ber 17 the American force$ renewed
the attack on. the remaining Moros, of
whom forty more were killed.
The rebl1 forces have been literally
destroyed by these operations, and
General Wood eays the Indications are
that there will be no extension of the
uprising, which was handled without
On November 18 General Wood
.etiated oa. an expedition against a
body of 2,900 Moron who are In the
mountains back of Tpbllbl. No news
has as yet been received in Manila as
to the result of this movement


Press Continues to Critiolase and De.
nounee Amerloan Government.
The press of Colombla continues to
severely critics and denounce the
American government for its action in
Isthmian affair and the recognition of
the republic of Panama. This is shown
In a dispatch received at the state de-
partment late Saturday night from
Minister Beaupre, at Bogota. Presi-
dent Roosevelt, the United States con.
-gress and the people are the targets
of violent denunciations.
A dispatch from Bogota says: A
man prominent In public affairs has
Informed the correspondent of the As-
soclated Press that the Colombian gov-
ernment would await the result of the
mission to Washington of General
Reyes before deciding upon Its policy
as regards the new republic of Pana.
ma. The general opinion sla that there
will be war, but that the government
first will do Its utmost to effect a dip
lomatic arrangement.
The belief is expressed In govern-
meant circles that the United States
senate will not approve of the action
of President Roosevelt regarding at-
fairs on the Isthmus. All parties In
Bogota have offered their aid to thebs
government, and over 100.000 volun.-
teers have tendered the'!r services In
the event of tie declaration of hos-


Another Horror in III-Fated Hill Farm
Mine at Connellasvlle.
At Connellsvllle, Pa., Saturday night,
"Hill Farm mine," the Ill-fated, addeJ
ten more victims to its black record.
Just as the day shift had about com-
pleted its labors and were about to
leave tUe Ferguson mine at 6:30
o'clock a terrific explosion rent the in-
terior of the mine dad nineteen min-
ers who were working In the vicinity
were thrown in all direcUons, tho roof
came tumbling down and the close air
tf the mine became stupefying.


Will Act as Guards te Pretect Conr-
selate in San Domingo.
The trench cruiser Jutten de La
Gravlere arrived at Sun Domingo Fri-
day and landed guards for the protec-
tlon of the consulate. Severe'fighting
has 'begun. The insurgents, are bom.-
.bardg. the town, and tho'r attack la
being vigorously ra Iated by tde tort.
No great Injury has so far been donea

j1urry Order are lowed Ito the Ker.
eargo en d 0#seeMwt.
Orders t6 proped4 tb aon are re-
ported to have r yed by the
ymn0 dm4, of* ta


Quietly P ring for Po
, ble War With Co aibla




While more than a bqdred talliqa
laborers Were asleep la :Ihanty.near
Miff, Pa., on the eoVIaylwanSia Vlil-
road, early atutrday morning, the
buZiaug caught iAre and before the
fNre w'g would ,e4 pe at lasew twen-
ty-eeal were' buried to death nad a
Soore or more seriously injured.
The men were employed by contrac-
tors on the PennusyJval& railroad im-
provement between LtilIy and Portpge.
There were 5o0 sea uc h the Job, all
Italians, and in the shanty which
burned were 13i or these. The shanty
Was about 100 feet long, one story in
height. One end was used for cooking
and eating, at the other end the men
sldpt In bunks. Which -were crowded.
.There was only one door at each end,
and the windows were few and small.
The fire Is supposed to have started
from an overheated stove. The build-
Ing burned like tinder pnd the flames
were upon the men before any of them
were aroused.
Then began a struggle for the out-
side.and for life. They fought and
scrambled for the doors, the weaker
beftig.,crushed down and tramploel.
Others were roasted to death.
Those who strove for the door w-'re
in. the wildest sort of panic. They
fought and kicked, and among those
who escaped there are many who bear
marks of the fierce struggle which
took place. A few got out of the small
windows minus clothing a nd wITE their
bodies cut from broken glass.
Many of those vrhb did manage to
get out had their savings of years In
their trunks which they left behind in
the building. Remembering this as
soon as they got outside, they fought
just as fiercely to got back. A few
succeeded, but for the sake of their
money they gave up their lives. An
eye-withess says he does not believe
that a single man of those who return-
ed succeeded In getting out again.
In the. ruins some of the corpses
were close beside the hooped bands of
their trunks, and melted gold aud sil-
ver which had been .kept in those re-
ceptacles Indicated that they bad fall-
en and died with their tro.pure In their
arms. The bodies were all praeLcally
burned beyond recognition.


Averages Sum of One Million Dollars
Per Day the Year Round.
Two millions of dollars a day Is a
snug sum for the total. receipts from
the sale of a single agricultural pro-
duct in a single country, even such a
country as the United States, says
the Atlanta Constitution's Washington
correspondent. This s" l the figure
shown by the department of commerce
and labor, through Its bureau of stat
tistics, as the value of cotton exported
from the 'United States In the month
of October, 1908.
The preliminary statement of the
bureau for the month of October shows
the value of cotton exported in the
month of October to be $60,288,413,
against $42,000,000 in October. 1902;
$46,000,000 In October, 1901. and $60,-
474,437 In October, 1900. The total
quantity exported In October, 1903, as
shown by this preliminary statement,
was 594,540,872 pounds, being an aver.
age price of 10.1 cents per pound.
This figure of $60,000,000 receipts
for cotton In a Isingle month is not
equaled In the hatory of cotton exports
except in the month of October, 1900,
when the total value of cotton export-
ed was $60,474,487. Even the figures
of $460,388.412 for the month of Octo-
ber, 1908, are subject to a slight pros-
pective Increase, as this preliminary
statement of the bureau of statlstilr
does not include the figures of certain
distant ports, through which mall
quantitles are exported.
It should not be understood from the
above statement that the value of cot
ton exports of the United States aver
ages $8,000,000 per day the year round,.
although they have averaged $2.000,000
per day during the month of Octqber.
Takinfug the entire year, it may be said,
however, that the value of cotton ex-
ports now averages $1,000,000 per day
for each business day of the year.

Unfortunate' Hurled tp Quick DOeM
In Frightful as Explosion In
Arkdname oal Pit. In F

first TrIJ Anent the Al-

Troops are going Prepared for Qulok,
Transporttleon, and Navy Ia
Gathering Large peree to Aet
e0 Short NOti&e.

A Wassilagtpa pial says: No at?
tempt Is now being'made on The part
of the authorities of the war depart-
ment to hide the fact thlt active mil-
tary preparations are being made with
a view to a possible cosliot with Co-
Troops are being quietly prepared
for transportation .to the Isthmus In
the event of a declratlon bf hostilities,
and the navy department is gathering
a large naval force where it can be
sent to Colombian waters on short no-
It is authoritatively stated that the
general staff has Just oubmitied to
Secretary Root a comprehensive plan
for the operations of the army In the
event of Its becoming necessary to
send troops to the isthmus or to Co-
Slomblans territory. Regiments have
been designated for the duty and are
now being put in shape for Immediate
foreign service. It Is understood that
the Sixttenth infantry, now at Fort
McPherson, Atlanta, G ., Is one ot
those designated for this service In the
plans of the general staff.
Orders Kept Secret.
Of. course the orders sent theo va-
rioua regimental commanders 'are con-
fidentlal In their nature gad It sla not
possible to get ofolal acknowledgment
of what regiments have been chosen.
Monday the navy department deald-
ed to send two more ships to isthmian
waters probably the Castlae and Ms-
rietta. The purpose in ordering Ad-
mtral Brans, commanding the Asiatie
squadron, to proceed Immediately with
the battleships Kentucky, Oregon and
Wisconsin and the crualars Albany,
New Orleans, Cincinnati and Raleigh
to Honolulu from Chinese waters Is to
have this powerful fleet ready to pro-
ceed at once to Cplomblan waters
should the Bogota authorities be so
short-sighted as to declare war upon
the tUnited States or commit some
overt act which Would warrant warlike
proceedings on our part. Honolulu la
much nearer South American waters
than Manila or any point to which the
squadron would ordinarily be sent.
The Panama people have no fear of
molestation at the hands of Colom-
bil so long as they enjoy the protec-
tion of the United States, and they are
apparently paying ne attention to the
Colomblan threat,, It In known hnw.



pending, as this case simply dealt with
the action of Miller when he was an
taslstant attorney in the Dostofflce

ever, that they entertain some fears Lawmakers Adjourn for Thanksgiving -
ever, that the o enals o this government fears by a Strict Party Vote. GOOD ROADS BOOMED.

may urge them to pay Colombia some A Washington dispatch says: When -
part of the $10,000,000 canal money as the house convened Tuesday, Mr Governor Montague Emphasizes Need
salve for the wounded feelings of the Is tPayne moved that when adjourment of Improved Common Highways.
Bogota government. Monday the Pan- At the annu banquet of the Com-until riday.
ama people caused it to be announced Mr. Dearmond (democrat. Mo.), At the annual banquet of the Com-
that when they got that ten millions asked as to the purpose of the house mercial Club of Kansas City, Gover
they would Invest $9,000,000 of it in with reference to adjournment, saying nor Montague, of Vlrg!n.a, spoke on
United States blnds, using the dther the house had transacted the business "The Supremacy and Opportunity of
$1,000,000 to get their government in for which it had been called in extra the American Repuba.c." He said:
good working order. ordinary session and Tiat it was "What will best give American peo
It Is not likely that there will be known what action the senate had pie their best opportunity? We nave
material developments of any kind un taken. neglected the old-fashioned public
til after the arrival of General Reyes. Mr. Payne said he had not been ad highway. No civilization has ever out-
Of course, he can have no hopes of vised as to what the senate was going lived the common road. Our public
Inducing this government to change Its to do, but thought the house capable highways should no longer remain a
attitude. While he Is doing a good of determining "so nmomontois3" [social and Industrial blockade to our
deal of talking about breaking off dip- question as that of adjournment. people. We want a wider and more
lomatic relations with the United On demand of Mr. Dearmond the practical system of our public school
States and about another Boer war, it yeas and nays were ordered on Mr education. Our system la for oppor-
is the belief in official circles here Payne's motion, tunity to serve. We are too prone to
that Panama can be Induced to avert The previous question was ordered .make education a short road to leisure.
such a catastrophe by the Judicious 18 to 103. a party vote. The motion The colored man has seen the white
use of American dollars. for adjournment ,ntil Friday then pre. educated man the only man In his
called. community who did not Work. It has

SSeeks Railroad Franchise. "Wealth has not made men, bpt It iI
Constable Attempted to Arrest Her, Several officials of the new railroad the consciousness in mn that makes
and is Brained With an Ax. from Pensacola, FIa., to Memphis. them winners. The American wage
William Russell, constable at Madi. Tenn.. are urging the Pensacola city earners produce twice as much as mny
son. Ala., died Wednesday morning counell to pass the franchise granting other in the world, and our captains
from the Blow Inflicted by Minerva the new route privileges. Those head. of Industry would not be such in other
Walker, a negro woman, who fracture lg the enterprise are President Ches countries Thomot efficient laborer
ed his kull with an ax .as he entered tel A. Pond, General Manager giely the world ever knew originated In the
her home to serve paper. Dunn, Chief Engineer H. P. Parrar American rep public "

Question of Adjournment of Extra Seea Of Followers of John Wesley Opened Hatchet Wielder Bumps Up 'Against
slon Causes Muddle. I Auspiciously at Griffin. National SelnUp Aga
While no proposition has been trans The thirty-seventh annual sessaloa of A Washington dispatch says: Mr
miltled to the house of representatives the North Georgia Methodist confer Carrl A. Nation appease In the prin-
from the senate looking to an early ence convened at the First Methodist cipal role of a senationLseene a the pr
adjournment of the extra session ol church n Griffin Wednesday. wl withhte house Thursdaoy. Her request
congress, this matter has been the1 B1shop Key presiding. Conference was to see the President bHer refused.
subject of several conferences be' opened with prayer by the venerable she became violent and. ha4 to be te,
tween leaders of thq house and Spaker bishop, who also read the morning ken frorbecame oxecuve offiand. ha tce by two
Cannon. There was but one sentiment lesson from the 17th chapter of John. I police officers. As shoae being es-
expressed and that was that adjourn. making several beautiful remarks upon corted from the buldl ,sh wae shouted
ment ought not to be taken until the the same. at the top of her voice:
Cuban measure was finally disposed o The morning session consisted I am gong to pray for ace prohibition
or the extra session lapsed Into the reading the various reports of commit am g o pra for ro on
regular session, eets. president, and we will have one-one
reguDr. Hedt, the secretary, read who Will represent the people and not
FLOOD WHELMS HALF A TOWN. the roll call, after which he was re ut me out fillers athed brewersuilding, b. You ay
elected secretary for the ensuing Year Put e Out of the building. but I f
-elected secretary for the ensuing year brewer or liquor dealer were here, he
Horror In India Wherein Two Hun. Routine matters of the conference would have been admitted at once."
dred People Lose Their Lives. were then .'.en up. Mrs. Nation welt d4re t t6 the capl-
A telegram has been retlved at the tel and appeared .l the emate gallery
Indian office. London. from ta viceruy WAGES ARE CUT DOWN. a few minutes beisa the senate was
of India, Lord Curzon, saying that, R e.Called to 'order at nfIaL Si e raised.
cording to reports received at Madras. Only One Fall River Corporation such a dsturbane them tm'ethe was
2, f in e the alar river November Sneds b Is Operatt expelled from thi s,' turned.a ,
destroyed'haif of the town of Vansl. Thejfie'ver to thelocal poitc,,Me Wassr.
ambadi, In the Salem d strc3t. Two hun. The rst of the numerous reductions reigned In po#el anmak *" a! Large at
dred persons were drowned. The in Wages announced In the cotton mills diorderly conduct .uied $is,
floods, the telegram have now of southern New England and at half which she paid.
subsided. dozen points outside that territory
---- went into effect In all but one rail INVITATION TIP 0 ANS.
Largest ilp In the Wor ve orporaton Monday, and a num. -n S. .
The W t Ship tar line steWer l her o outside mills. Although aoout f nate SteI aoTQ MrAsi
The Wltarget teaW t t ,000 operatives bad their pay cut Askedi to 6 l lt
succeed tally launched nathSe 5 ,s down, ito general strike occurred In Benatore s ew *
land. saturday y. lnchr ed atia It t any mill The cut averages 10 per the resolution ang~
lnd, Ste a1. H4r dll 1tt 1 et. The reduction alected even dPced au a Jt oins:
,IOt tone il t. pillea River i ane. 1y' b Sr Snl
.., .l.. .._. .-. IA.


Thirteen minor were kiled. and leged Postal Sandals,
great damage was done by an accident.
al explosion of gas .Tuesday afternoon
In coal mine No. 20 at Bonansa, Ark., MILLER AND JOHNS FREE
twelve miles from Fort Smith. At
nightfall only six ot the victilkl had
been recovered. On leoond Trial at Cici.lhnnati of Men
The explosion occurred at I o'clock Charged With l O fting Jury
in the afternoon. There were about VeWit t ou JNet
175 men' in the various shafts at the Returns Verdlit ao fNot
time. All escaped without Injury ex. ily,"
cept the thirteen men who were em ----
ployed in entry K. the scene of the ex At Cincinnati. 0., Friday night, D. V.
plosion. The force of the explosion l of Terre Haute, and Joseph 1.
was terrific and the timbers were torn Millere, Ind. were acqu
from the walls of the passages for'Johns, of Rpckrviile.Id.. were acquit.
several hundred yards at the mouth of ted of the charge of conspiracy to ex
entry K. The passages were so com- tort a bribe from John F. Ryan, mad,
pletely obstructed that bthe work oL by the postoffce department.
rescuing the entombed men was to. erdt of "not guilty" was re-
dious in the extreme and several The Verdct o "not gult Wasr-
hours were consumed before the first ceived by the crowd with demonstra.
body was found. Htion that could not be uppressed by
It was thought the gas was accl- the court officers. As soon as court
denta)lly Ignited by a miner's lamp. was adjourned and Judge Albert 0

FINED ON PEONAGE CHARGE. Thom;son had retired, pandemonium
broke loose among the Jollifying
Judge Speer, of Federal Court, As friends of the defendants. The do.
sesses Georgians $1,000. fendants finally broke away from the
In the United States court at Savan crowd of friends to shake hands with
nah, Oa., Edward J., Frank and Wl- the jurors and wept like children as
i1am McRee, of Valdosta, entered hey did so.
plea of guilty to tlhrfleen Indictments Chief Postofice Inspector Cochran,
charging them with peonage. Judge Mr. Robb, assistant attorney general
Emory Speer sentenced them ojpay a for the postoffice department at
flne of $1,000 In two of the cases and Washington, who had assisted District
suspended sentence on the others. The Attorney McPherson and Assistants
fines will be paid. Mouliner and Darby In the prosecution,
W. E. Crawley and T. J. McClelland, left for the east before the verdict
who were Indicted with the McRees I was rendered.
gave bond for their appearance to an. Among the cries of the Jolliflers was
swer the charges. that of "Where Is John J. Ryan?"
In sentencing ehe McRees, Judgc Ryan had been the central figure dur-
Speer delivered them a lecture In ing the two long trials, but he was
which he said that in discussing the not present.
race question in the south some talk The jury retired shortly before 8 p.
wildly and extravagantly of the shot m., and rendered Its verdict after de.
gun policy, but they do not represent liberating six hours. It sl understood
the gentlemen of the south. [ that a majority this time was for ac-
Judge Speer stated, not from the quittal from the start. It is generally
bench, but later, that his reference to understood that these was doubt as to
the shot gun policy not representing Miller's connection with the transac-
the feelings of southern gentlemen was ions between Johns aq4 Ryan.
directed at the utterances of Senator The charge of Judge Thompson dur-
Tillman In Savannah last Friday night. Ing the afternoon pocuplod an hour in
The senator said that the solution of Its delivery and was very strong. To
the race problem might lead *to the all who heard the thasse to the jury
shot gun In South Carolina. the verdict Was a surprise, as the gen.
After fining the M"c7tees, Judge Speet eral prediction was that the jury
met them in his private office and told would again be unable to agree. The
them that under the law and In face penalty for the offense of such a con-
of their pleading guilty he could have spiracy is two years' Imprisonment
fined them $260,000 and given them GE or a fine of $5,000, or both. The fed-
years In the United States prison. The' eral officials acknowledge their disap-
defendants said they realized that pointment in the final outcoNe. They
when they entered the plea, but believe state that this case was nott. any
ed he would temper Justice with at the otha er ostala. es that are

'^ ;*.*- ". ,
:**, Bright's Disease, Inflamrn FIRSM
lmattoi of the K idneys, Dropsy THE
(welling of the linimo rcr by), THE
incesant pains in the Lb..k or
Slois,. THE
BLADDeR Tnorn.r.s. -- In
flammation b6f, thle Ilaldr, In
fl a passageas.plin i initibsitig WVu ri Nrp
ural ., Incoqtinu.,c, of l urine,U t kiown jelut
mUch ohr too little urinet. Wthi
S UrIO ACnD Tiot nIEsB.- SutOlfoliry
Sllheuiatai.n, Gravel, out, of grip settled
'Gall Stoews, Limuialirgo. have lt e(i
NaRuB Tllor,'li:a.--Neur;;l- since uill a- -t
g.m, Sclatica, NervousCollapse, auros the sm
lBleeplesaness, MIelancholia. a has t.e smr
-- n1y other .dlgordrs are mnortli,. It
u t d|It~-ly or indiKrectly .I tostoop o
by faulty kiJiny actinb,.. ant if I sat down
aan bo Spelhcd and edured b time it -Was
Deoan's iidwcy 1ills. This arise. 1 .ol
S remedy has pured evcry corn- ;i.t's Icidne
plaintrecordid above, and over dull, dsagreel
.0,000 testmoniola prove its u." Isr
s urpriilng. Merit
.. 10 cent per box. of all deal-
era, or mailed on receipt ofD O
Trico, by addresstig Fotter-
Ciburn Co., lla iralo, T. Y.-



SAid thterlnedlate points. Ask your tiu!t
g l. st or write
A F W. GREENE, D. P. A,,

*~* a


'nr'om: th well.
*r <(f '.Vest Main
evillc, Va., says:
ears ago an attack
In Imy baitk, and
i off and on ever
ill, heavy aching
lall of my back,
severe In the
was difficult for
r straighten, and
for any length of
hard for me to
k two boxes of
y Pills, an(d the
able aching left

11. D. McCAunvrn of 201
(.'crry Street, Portland, Ore-
gon, inspector, of freight cars
forf the Trasscontiuental Com-
puany, :says: "I :used Doan's
Kidney Pills for backache and
'other symptoms.. of'. kidney
trouble which had aminoyed me
for months. I -thintk a cold
was responsible for the wholo
troubih It scamctiel.to settle in
my kidneys. Dbaoi's Kidney-
Pllts rootS It out. It is several"
month since I used them, and
up to date thicrn has hewn no
recurrence of the trouble."

*Mrs. OzoRoU WALIAcra Jr.,
of Elmiir. N. Y., wife 4O
George Wallace, broker, of
West Water Sreet, and living
at 687 Baldwin Street, savs:
"In March, 1897. 1 was cured
of kiliney and bladder trouble
by Donn's Kidney Pills. My
Iphysialan snil at That linmo that
my life.could be saved only
by an operation. Night after
night -1 had been kept awake
-for hours at a timee.with ter-
rible-pain In tmy back, and the
secretions from. the kidneys
were in as bad an state s pos-
alble. I suffered with helneor.
rhages frequently and was in.
Sa weak stlatel our. boxes ,of
I)oan's Kidney Pills cutred uve,
a'nd I ow gladly rePndorso the
remedy, -because during the
thene which has .ii ,( clupseid,
tiearly seven years, I have never
lhad the slfglttst siau ..of a
return oftUihe trouble.'


Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells,
It's not sentiment It's not the price that makes the
most intelligent and successful shots hoot Wincheater
Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. It's the reqlhltthey
give. It's their entire, reliability, evennes of pattern and
uniform shooting. Winchester. "Lead er" shell, load*
ed with smokeless powder, are the beat loaded shells O
the market. Winchester Re ter-" shells loaded with
smokeless powder are cheap in'pvice .1ut not in. quality.
Try either of these brands and you will be well pleased.
Be sure to get Win c.hester Factory Loaded shell.

WABASH R, R., Marble With Brass Designs. S ome Publiation Statla*ice,
teourth Avenue. I.ot'it.L\K.Y. "Gliding. refined gold alld painting of the 18,22i American publications,
the lily" are preha8ps not more super- 2.226 are dailies, with a circulation of
fluous ornamentatiln than ttrmming 1. 102,16.; .2 are tri-weekly, with 1a
Tnl itE 1 NO iv or setting genuine marble with brass ,.lon of 228610;are .637 weekly semi
lilB IKf ^ or hronzo-designs. Yet most of.thhiz v t'oy, with a circulation of 2,832,88ei;
3LiI~[K Lie S S ason's impoitatlons la a very ex- 79 ppel'itra are- issued weekly, with a
S',oI, andIa.fter n..y r' elusive art department. at.s ornet- circulation of 39a.82,.052 thecro ar
W co or)Or ry o oid aft.er7m 3 yb t wo ed.-" A 'vcry tinq..bvtt figure haf y.irculation of .3a,862,052*tho =ro
9 .. the eastern toas.. ower r f bro on the al and banla 817 monthly pbHcatlqns whose r-
* of Oiledcoat ere in trodee about the neck and shouldners.- i clatlon is 869519,$97. The i yt.
hit ,Wet end were called ickry sItt thi neck a no casting more than iblications gre mostly devoted to-
-.tlo. D o-d C1b0y. TgIi e nepndc ta of the value of l subjects and only nimiber 23'7.
OW into such gaol ust 100, gtha sii e re-'t their circulation is very resynetta-
i frequent though wroegfully oppaIcd the many large. handactc modelsre r .lrc ,217.422 ver ras-t.
t'a.uter Y"" ou W ttln u'wg cently Imported In this verltablo bin, as they Issue 11,217,422 per lasue..
to MW Abtittte. You w nt the kjae muse t emni-monthly, semil-annual and yearly
I& Lookfor We ornof th s.ard musem ar. publications number 268,"ahd have a
"AD,. inTow on thY ttPA A new departure in Alaslee's Is inaui- cir'culatlon of- ,541,329, Out of 18,224<
OLD bY EPM S TAD gurated in the December number, in blihll-atlons, 17,194 were printed in-
Thl e WORLD OVEuL. ut "A Glimpse at the Theatres," by Ac- Etgiish.-Fronm the Scleptlflc Ancrl-
WEfRl (A AN sit tf ton Davies. It Is, of course, concerned crl-'s Special Number on "Modern
.l 1. .TO RO with theatrical matters. This article! Ads to Printing."
S l. especially good and contains mticl.
useful Information on the present Neow Land- u8yere' Eixcursions
SCA PrU D I I aN E ~ York season for the devotees of the WVill run -to the new lands of Greert
.i- It removes n Ces. heatr County, Oklahoma, and other secti( s
SCU KS;ll ev the a ad of the great Southwest. In November
nl c sneaslnP all' LSIN, A" -PPOR--TUNITY. and December, via the Frisco System.
Lbad "Vie c urtai o 1a .o gAre you looting for rc eand fertile
ffot. o. ad o bottle. (LIQUD). we'll be ust in tme." arming lands-In the Southwest, which
"Butl, it we have a box It really can buy for from onfourth, to oe-
n scorn) a shme to be so punctual."- tenth the cost of lands of the East
Iroo lyyn I fe, and North? They produce as much
Vl COL NOT ooMPy80Y, acre for acre. Here is a chance to bet-
S- .... UC a0-' TO youtr condition and add a libeial
..'..AV &McMILLAN, COULD NOT DE \VORSb. j o to .o.ket bo
61-53 South Forsyth 8t., Atlanta, Ga "Is Bunkins as good as a word? o full ptoyocular and special ral-
-ALL KINDS OF- asked the busItess man. road rate full partulars and special rail-m
A I NJ f0"I think he '," replied the other. o ad rates aprly at Frisco Syt Em,. Immlgra-
1A 41 N l "i word isn't good r anything.- on, Secretary Frisco ystm gr, o.
New Yorker.
.. '. "'"Among the fictloni- n the Christmas
,iCentury will be a -story, '"The- 3Vilet
"'; :- t of the Pastor," by Maurice Francis
1' "hs-l"P Ejan,. professor of English language
and literature at the Catholic Unlvcr-
lity, Washingtoti. Dr. ,Egan is author
"Mywifehadadeep-seatedcough or many sketches, a translator of con-
for three years. I purchased two silerable note, and one of the editors
bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, W- the World's Best Literature.
large size and it cured her com-
J. H. Burge, Macon, Col. Aluslee's for December brAvoelv
Reliable Prick Rnglnes. Bollers, all keeps up the magazlne'a welnearndo
Sizes. Wheat separators. r r-putat Ion for fine poetry. Some of the
Probably you knOW of contributors are EHlla Wheeler Wilcox.
cough medicines that re- John Wallace Cheney, Joseph C. .Ian-
ieve itte coughs, all on. Holman Day. William Haml-
coughs, except deep ones to Hae an Arthur
The medicine that has Sir Thomas says that he is still con-
-0 l ti..--- ... m In V |Aitio l |ho

ir Engines and Boilers supplied
F it2, 1Co #i lfb t
^lU~eo4M~. Iutrlr A n^al &
Mill Bu Iles. Bend for free Catalogue.

flV~iVIqLUjlangpP&I'P till"s
0: r l usae a t Sal aln e les-
I.a- a r ra % %e.. areas l Ut..s
sA ss r%'eUai t titsf r full
*' asntRes (
m r ; a *

are found on every AmOereata
farm where there ia live
boy. New Club loaded with
black powder. Nitro Club
a"d Arrow loaded with any
smokeless powder. They s*t
j .Duok Kllers."

lmah.arl, Ctl OU

flden o f living QimC cuP. .;..,,1 '"
has become a sort of William Jenningf
Bryan of the ocean.-Baltimore Her-

FITSermaaneantlyeured. No fits or nerveoum-

Dr.1. .KLIsx Ltd.. 91 &rchHSt.. __ I.. VL.
The number of recruit accep'teI for the"
French Army a only J0,0u0 f. r 13J4,
against 233,0)0 for 1M3.
Dinh W ildia i In WInter.
HonuselteeGfra naturally uressad dimh .wln-
Ing In winter. owing to the tfa-t tHat it
rbfat' the htui* A nd rinders them bard1 sant
roush.. Maeh of the Injury. finoweve.r. r-
su alt ft min the use o r Im .ur' er.ap. It iary.
tOMP lio Used Ia washiindt hands ae eAremlly rimfste al lrluv .. thoy
w.H not oeh p.--ZLaRMR It. -.S ats.
SThe total uaber of tdent at the ter-
man universitis during the lat &sumer'
was 43T775.
uMrs Vin" so' eaotblaU'lipiP fo r .'ile I
--tbtag5osfte ts iw ducee, in nala"run
"-"tti taat solle. 31. a beteo'
Indai atJ-s- B nlindltive, with InJ
fInated"COeOikw". an 8 X.IrtudentA.
adj9 wiPthOt PUm a~wlUM t *=,



closer together, the sixteen specimens
colnpletely -urroiolndi Alg the others.
EJvcry visitor for years his .adminlred
thli group, with Its striking' contrast
of color. li leafage, that of the Cor-
noln, 1chlierry plpellt'ing almost 'thlito
against thc delve pii'plO of tile.central
groUp. "iilly, however, .-tilthe plum
trees got lirgee, rui-nlg i p high and
threatening to chiol0l out ith Corneoillt n
cherries twllchll -in tloir Variegated
fori. aro rather 'dellante, anyway).
Ihe whole grolip appenHlingI out of pro-
portloll to thoe size of th snirrolindilng
lawll, F'igure 1. gives it cross aectiol.
(f Itle g(rloifi n:ll his #li1p. Sominetlilng-
lindto. Lmo 'dlont, and nas a h 8 t Jose
.'cailE- had leci'rell a footolId In the.
pluims I at on0 tli even lbegn to
think oqf cutting lhil entire group dowIti.
.1 haid not.yet seen Volun0o III; of the
Cyclopedll of Anmrican Hortleultltnro
(L. HI. uliiley), whihel, on page 1447,
rays of the Prtuinuls Plssardl: "The best
color is secured onil tle strong growths:;
therefore, it is well to hieul back the
rt'c, s frequently;" Ihut It occurred to hle

-t.*7" dv .

tflit the only thing to do, both to get
I tle g'oup ircd edto proper limits nai to
lt1 antml to-get rl(i fl the Ba'le,. was to
vcut tIP plums down to stiuse, aind this
-wneas do one spring, the stubs them-
slvs being aftperwari'd. tycated to a
thorough wash with hot whale'-oil soap
suds to make sure work of. the scale.
A neighbor hpil)peeiid to pass -the
grounds shortly -afterward -nd, re-
maltrked Iht If It t were his property
51 would not iane -temnptedl him .to
iIndulge in 511e0 a picO of vandallsw.'
I shinply told. him to wit a: year sor.
ttwo and sfec. At present hio has notli-
Ing to say when he goes through the
grounds. It, admires the group more
SIlamn ever, for now tlhe trees appear as
I shiowu hi cross section in Figure 2.
The purple of tihe plum lnaves is even
deeplir nid fr-eshlt than before. Tho
t'ornelhiu rlierrl's linve taken a nsew
lense of life rnd .their foliage looks
bright nnd healthy. The Han Jose
scale, thie existence of whlelt my neigh-
SIir. of cirse. had no knowledge, I
Entirely rclenned cut, and we havo
anved one of the most ornamental fen-
tilsR of iho prumaises. Possibly In n
very fw yenirs we may hnve to repeat
Ulih oprrutlomi of hnudIng back-how
seiver.', to rfuitro alone can tell. We
Swbiil ltb rniluil ,yv tlia conditions then


A Good uarajri.
(one of tbo moat deslrtable ed eJItWM
t-i :i good dairy farm, and at the same
t11ae Mte hardest to get. ais a good.
i.irdl barnyurd that will not poach up
hy the copatant treadhimg of thecows
Il wet weather. At tbo Hoard's Dairy-
mani farn we have succeeded in con-
structing Just auch a ydrd, aud that,
too, Ii n collntralively Inlexlpensive
uinniuer. The sill underlying the yard.
wherein ruin about fifty cows and
helfeor, Is a he:tvy clay. Any one of
experience knows what that sort of
soll ua.in.~ In a wet time. Into this
yard Ithree years ago we drew three
chrlonils of coil clntlers o and It was
soon as hitlrd s a minenadnmized rand,
tnlid has coimtlintu'd so to this dqly. It la
csisl~y "erCi' by lioe use or a two-
hoike Ibartnyai rd smplor,. nut thilire is
liine lr ny 11 111"ll i it. W hen wo re-
meniber the old-fashlioned barnyard,.
with the cows wallowing knee-deep It
Dinnuire.,-we bless the day that set us
to making a coal cinder yard. '
An iO:-ria>ntal Group..
. On( of the Lmost strIking objects ih
orun:on otlll planthn oion our lawns for
an do,4en yrcn or itore hits been a group
of nliIo spechliteins of li'ltius Pissardi
purplee -laivod .p1lum) surrounded by n
ring of vilriegated leaved .Corneliau
cherry (Cormn s mais var).I T'he Pllisrdl
plits 'i-c plaiited within a eirh'clo
ibout threel feet apart from one anl-
ithl'r; .the .tCrnell-an clierrisa little

1- 2 .. f
*? It (1 *"\ts U'l~kr T .l*i""ttO

At firat the baby's fuazy 'crown,
Protected- by a cap of down.
And then, the youngster's early mop
That's never known. the barber uhop.
The schoolboy,. next, hia head munt
To have a summer "Aghttlng Cllp.
No -shears the football age. profane-
The halfback wears a shaggy manno,
The 'first white hairs evoke a silgh;
The beau's cenvilnced that lio must
. dye. .
Still vain, though older, he'a appallc-l
To note that he In nearly bald.
Senile, yet sprightly as a grig,
Ho dols the umndcep.Uve wIg.

Achilntu Boine, Shlrftins I'aan, .Iihlnlr
MaSkin, Flples. Matlang Srea, ltie.
If you have 1Pimples oi Ofenaioe Ernu.
tioas, Splotcheos, or Copper.-C'oored r-.a)-
tions, or rash on the skin, Fasteming Swell-
-ings,- Glands Swollen, Ulcers on any pi.-t
of the body, 0od Bores, BDils, Carbuncles.
Pains aad Aches in Bones or Joint., Ill-ar
or 4Eyebrows falling 'out, persistent ,',e.
douthU, Odma. or Throat, then you h.te
Blood Poison. Take Botanie Bllo It dilin
(3.B.B.) Boon all Soree, Pimp'es and F1i t II-
tions will heal perfectly. Aches and I'an ,.
cease, Swellinas subside and a perfect,
never to return cure madO. B,B,)RB. cures
SCancers of all kinds, Suppurating wewc' -
ings,. Eating Sores, Uigly UlcTer#, after all
else failed, healing the sores perfectly. It
you have a persistent pimple, wart, swollen
gland, shooting, stinging pains, take Illooi
Balm and they will disappear hbfora they
develop into Cancer. Druggists, $1 per
large bottle, including complete direr 'ins
for hmsie cure. Sample free by wrlting
BHoooS BALK Co., 88 Balm Bldg., Atlanta,
.Ga. Describe trouble and free medical
advice st In sealed latter.
Germany has but 2117 miles of electric
ear lines.
Jack London's Creed.
Jack Ionddan Is a practising ubeilver
lin bard work. "Work," be (old a re-
cent Interviewer, "will carry a man
anywhere, The -four great things are
Good Health; Workl, a Philosopher ol
Life and Sincerity. With these youu
may cleave to greatness and alt among
the plants." Mr. London's now novel,
"The Bas-Wolf," wil begib In the
January Century.

Loaest uBrldsg Is she World.
The longest bridge in the world Is the
Lion Bridge, near Mangang. In Chnllas.
It exteana five and a quarter miles over
an arm of the Yellow Sea, and ls sup-
ported by 800 base stone arches. 'Thi
roadway Is seventy feet above tla-
water and Is enclosed In an Iron net-
NswaVe of Ol 0itsa waor Ce larr!> Tihat
a will tiely dtroy the eea t el
sa aompsetel t 'y deraage the whole myS-
toss> ,, sanio.j, It sWhraugh ahh tmalleus

Sexistin-.-T. ;relner, in the New York -ra -. Seeb alaseboui never be used
rlbune. ~~ ri.epMes from reputblie ph.-
ssTwi damage t ey will do Is tea t.1
_____ to the good you aMM possibly deriv fromn
arm thoes. e. alW's Oa'trh Crs maauut"turml
'Thoe ipoltry mania must rnmke friends by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, contains
willi the hIIP. Tenth them to know AomereTry.sad ila-tken latraslly. stlan
hilm .mil not f ar hIm. dhreetly o the bood adr musmeus'rtae
ooftleysq to barlatagfli'sCasarr caire
Wntch carefully that no dead. anl- beaupyoumget thes enutn. ItitsakAla-
inrils tie wlthil the reach of the chick- s Psy,and made- oido.Ohio, by' .
i-.n. UImber neck has its origiU from prt, le. bottLe.
*hijl source. HBal'raai wel a the best.
i The pifg that la to be marketed ,Do *eo Mupeslve.
proiltabty at from. six to elgblt moths ft to e lgidleast fact that with the
ahi qust not from any cause be allowed plenomeasl lnerekse In the price of
i to stop growing. e.l.s as eamen a marked 4eereasa
i Pullets that have been neglected of mortality strong loal Chinese. The
never make profitable bena as layierl' natives Jat ailply lmot afford to die
ST'hey msat. have attention from the at the eams ent madertakln 'rate, and
time they break the shell, j taft all there I to it..-Blanighsal
Keep ani account with each of your TUies-
cowa, and learn if they are helping 'i.. '.' -...'
to support you or not. Get retai.. mini STUART'S
for you e re iM trouble. FRIP a 1
me gSvl stripm, .C bo nos t be I cfe t OI m'd BUOHU
kept ,o by Ito -r .t.l t u (

16e -onA-tow
cm, M tbl
.of bew.ttSn'B^B~ ^~S

Dear Strs--"The tv/oiusaq 0( irL o
used th Persinma eias anvlrerdinaf g/
l'aruttgslfi, and loan oat voee. The
rit ofit iRe tretueinl Was mostad
sn Ifainoutna v .ShIaeI/o ',l V ron andalterp/ t'iher muse of the msedd-
oet e we tahop to b ablht to saay alts sd
*nfrei n|uired((. "-S- ss pa o Chnarlfty
The young pirl was maitle'I le care of Ith
Sistvra of Cinulrity, amtiNlr 'prinirt f-r caii-
tarrh of the t'hrtat it'ili goomi reNtilts, a5
the shanves letetr testille.

Facts and Figures.
i Donmunrit a girl of 12 and a boy
of 1.1 can mniarry. In mnesR plates 111h
liill for ago i s 18 fur t111uu and I ftor
Wolil'n. In Germany a man can uilly
onitrInct marriage bufuroe his twopity-
first yar when le is specially declared
of ago, anti this can only be d0oa
when he h1 n tiiompl'ted his olghloeuril
year. Thu law (or 'nnao is s specially
notable for sItlplniating nboiut the legal
rights of each party, an.l Iho relations
of each to tho earnings of u the other.
The man who marrivi a l'ranc(h woman
IbecoruoO by mrmlnc-li law liable to be
called on for the mplitprt ot his wife'a
near relatives 1 they are In need.

What's it For, Anryway?
"The cranks who object Lt kliMslg
make me weary," remarked the Jay-
ville philosopher. "One would think to
hear him talk that a girl's mouth was
merely a hole In her face for pie"---
Chicago News.

MISS Rose Peterson, Sece
tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Ci
cago, from experience advlsall
young girJs who have palmVs#adl
sickness peculiar to their w to
use Lydia E. Pbkhun's Vegs
table Compound.
How many betaiful young girls do*
velop lute worn, listles andi hopele
women, amply because atolestatlien-,
tlon has not been p4id to their physalal I
development. No woman Ia ekompt
from pIh sleal weUkeak ad periodle
paina e nyag rflretu bddiltr nto
wosmailhoosbould bei ajeullyutda
physloally a well sa morally. Another
ail-s LMUh IB Bnhoa, Col

'I thought I would writo and t"tl
you t.t, by following your kIat@.4
e, r f Ie .ke a new person. X Was
53wSs tid ad flhicatt rand o0 weak
hardly do anything, Men-P
sruato was Irregular.
do" i a bottle of your Veoetabl
( IPOepWu4 and began to feel better
atg t away. 1 eontianul Its use, and
strIteS Uarly. I ad sadr
for Wi your inedidine did.-for

1y" .L"-ink

Jaem w! P w e ,.
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We ar



Remarkable Knilneering Plant to Keep
Back the Ocean.
.The backbone of this tremendous en. I
g ineering project to the great sea dike, se
which sla to perform the all-Important i S P- ru-n8a for C0
funcUon of shutting out the Nrth A a
.Se.--keepinkg the ancient enemy I and Catarrh-- A Congi
w- distance. Thila once accomnplislheil. .*a w**** *
allt thAt ,reala ts simple. Probably .
tho Itoe .ae the only hydraulic n
glaeer In the world who would ca:.m.
ly propose to wl U of a stormy, angry
sea, swept by grat tides and lofty
tdal waves, from a .iamer body of $
water meaesuring twenty-fiSe iles "
acroak. The Dutch not only propoOse j
it. but they know Just bow they pre ,
going to dq It; they have counted
evory cubic foot of timber, every i
pound of atone, every willow twig.
ever day's labor that will be required.
They know what they are about. They i
even have estimated exactly how lon %
the wornt will take. I
This, the greatest of all sea embank-
ments In the wide world, this modern
and, beautifully useful Chlnoae wall.
will extend from the mainland of
North Holland a short distance across
a shallow strait to the Island of WVler- 0
Ingen. thence across the Zuyel 7. Ze
to the coast of Itriestafid. The total
leng': of .this. "afslult dljk"- I 24 A
miles. Massive It must be. firm a s a
rock, to withstand the attacks of tlo
storms which will beat against It
from the North Sea, to resist the pres- : 0
sure of the Ice which In winter will
drive with terrible force upon its ram-
parts. Despite the fact that there are
here no rock found&tlona, and that the
whole structure must be planted upon do -;--,'"^ -
the sandy bottom, the hutch have no -- ---
fear. All their lives theY have been In every country of laiu civil wi.rl .Eiinil
sttluggling with jilet nuch unpromising Sisters ofr Charity are known. Not only Dr.
materials. Nothing but walls of Fand do they minister o the spiritual and iqtel1- T1
now t mot of h .ll.and from ihn ectal needs of tir charge oommiitted to man
now protect moat eand irfre, but they also minister to their '.hu
Inroads at the ocean. Sand inakesn a b,,,llit i. CvIa
good bulwark, and also a goodl fim'l- With a.' l itiVy children to take fare of have
.oathod, if.Yi know how to use it. Mil ati to a ilct'rt" 'nliminate and disease, botti
~aton. Itiee y now bow to use it. i t' i | lt ll pri,,,,t Si.teru have found saud
there ia no trick In this trado thht l'ri'ttiina a -evvr iinil nfeiuar,.I. aone
the Dutch engineers had 6ot .mssteridI Dr'. hlm'l,,,sn .',v ,. n hy It ers frme ir orn
oin ('t I a molic t,,t'I' ht'om all wer te I'Unite', of ti
geneerations ago.-Walter Wllmnan, In a~bda. A rt,-inmiiienl recently receveil ftip
McClure's. trana t ('iithills inolititipt n I Dl)ctloil, belie
.. Miich., rends Ii folloIw : conlt
... S.VIN A iCS (OF' AAI Dr .S .R..e ar Iri. Collamahmse 0 fully


,tas..,e .'sa.a~a..sa~aabtC5C
lii., (till,,. ir a rru'E, tit)Oii wrIlieD iuy

imli, wilhh,, Inr u free book written by
liirn main.
uP r.-ulowmuig lettr us frop Congress.
Mekuuon, of Napo'eon, U n o:
P-'r thi hirduhino t'('o. Colunlhc, 0.:
hentlom en: "I es w s
t ued asveral
les of i'erunan
.fee rg tly a '
ilU! tuter".y h 4""
'ny c~alrrh. "- llaT'l I
he Iead, rnd "
rlcour ned to ths ounr
Inued ulse will
eurasilinemr a
1 1 o f th irty
' tandumlns."- DnvId Meeskjao.
l. Il.titmani, ou lt ie ibet aum, @
iiciasi and surgeons ii the Uai
es. wasr the first man to formulate,
a. t W tiarunglim lainm gentui and
ratee toat it mit introduced to tb
eali profeasion of Uhis country.
you do not drive promt an4 saLftw
cry results from the us 'of rTUes,

: at once to Dr. Hartman, vginJI
statement of your'case .an M.
leased to give you his valuable .4 j
il'rems Pr. Ifartman, Premldeni T&
man Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.


frOR G(001) POITIOwN

Our money winning boolsh
written by moen who know, w
*you all about

They are needed by every ma
who owns a field ands a plow ai:.
I who desires to get the ma etti
Tharte.',. Bs4 pomal ea
Now T Ih-- am staseS,
Asems. ee.-5s54 se. Nweei a

,th. best dyse
edaincle @,RS
& iaftbt ,
e of ,.them

rising from a disordered *tl a M
relieved or cared by their t'i
ommoa 1n It that 4*e.ae
from the stomahob It may be f
sorted there to nO condition ft.
ealthb that 'will not be beneeli,
oure4 by tIe occasional aUe s
Tabules. Physioiansnw IlslW
speak highly of tbesm.- AD&W i
s ell e. The flve-cent p oe
,nogb for an ordlMary occqo
tbe smlly omttle; pstxt"leet
* houseold appptr a ,.eT^N
genera llty gives within.R -I
minute ,,


been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Ayer's Cherry
T sizes: c.. Nc..Sl. A rIdgglmsfUs.
Coonslln your dlnotor. It1 hle aSy 1ka Itt
tb S do as he sat '. i -I tVt1", y o' 11<
ef*t 0L.n dt take tln. m I N w-- .



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Iran GOIA. roks"2vo"

usla a Stmr T"lB PlOI"WA.
II^ BSW aa Surely the good people of Ilor-
'' D. B. OODWl da do not consider themselves very
.'lta r andi PIreletpr. highly complimented by the Times-
S" Union. Its cartoons representing
i,"trainw April A8, 1908, at. Gaineaviles, "the people" are horrid looking W
',eaeoond.class matter under A of pltures--horrid in the extreme. A
of March 1. 1879. very- old mart with unkempt hair

'Published every Tuesday ad Friday, and horrid feattrres, a p~ca r of ab-*
t $1.00 a year in advance. ject poverty and pitIbbltoItgorticne,
50 Cents for Six Months, Is what the organ af the corpulent
3 a Cent for Three Months. trust magnat lmae would-be bosses d
'" A.3-Tr Ra.sm. land decqle : tzi6 back-bone and t
NarRATXsiuew) .f 1sand is -pleased to to
.. eRead0i In brevere type. 5 cents sinew, W* 1g land is leased to ia
S l *ibe each Insertion. sed og Floridians for a
,'psoe t for display advertisements priced ti of themselves. a
4 Application. T- e Times-Union manitageis
o btlss think the people of Flor- f
Alachua county is the political Ida are ignorant enough to appre. t
tom center Just now. ciate the picture; but not so. The i

S yesterday. was Thanksgiving people of Florida are ielligent,
Did you give thaand nowhere is to be fod ner
Did you give thanks? looking men and wonar than are

Four weeks from today will be found here. Many of q aot.who are
ChrustWzse. How will you cele- being shown thems.yte' by the
brate It? Times-Union's talentC cartoonist
realize that they are belng shown
Let us not stop talking good just as the management of that I
,. road. It may do some good and paper sees them.
Certainly it can do no harm. "From the abundance of the ,
S Senate Hale of Maine, thinks heart the mouth speaketh," and so

Canada will yet decide to unite her alsotheindthinketh. TheTies-
frtuns With those of the United Union ia picturing the people as it
I ortunes'with those of the United mes them- or ignorant. ugly
". tt. "seen them-poor, ignorant, ugly
and ragged, but plenty old enough
Tthe Tampa Tribune thinks Un- to vote. The people of Florida,
-. le Sam may have to dig some sol- however, are neither ignorant, very
dier grave before digging that poor, or old enough to be in their
Panama ditch. dotage. Their minds are too ac-
Stlive and have been too well culti-
O' eola county will vote on the vated for them to fail to under.
liquor question tomorrow, and we stand that the Bast Coast million-
S, ly hope the county will go aire's paper is cartooning them as
'AZ7 by a good sale majority. it sees them, and they are too self.
.' is epectd that the court rejecting not to be insualed every
s will be filed to overflowrt time they behold the Times.tlnlol's
Wht at the big political speaking picture of "The
e ladies are invited to attend. We don't ktaow who the Metrop-
S Trying to kill the game I. ools' High Springs correspondent
g Trying to kill ais, but we do know that he was ,
country is not the way to celebrate ise "t we do know wtha he was n
:Tl~anksgivcng Day, nor is b.moing little "too previous" with hls ad
...g.. io=Iy drunk the way to cOle- vance report of Tuesday night's
'ite hr stm s Day. political meeting at that place,
.. V1, te rstms Dy. Amongother things he said: "Jobi,

S"The editor, of the Olearwater N. C. Stockton is on hand, and
S^'I m ays the Florida Advocate, much is expected from him." The
.Mteen interviewing the voters correspondent nio said of Senaoi,
1!*"F.5M Mcoast and finds that 75 Taliaferro: "His friends Ji Alach.
i. .'at of them will vote for usa ae alive, and believe that thil
:'- Ucounty will go for htnt in Spite of
the claims cf Stock on and hir
P Would it not be a good idea for friends." The editor of TnH i'TAR
.--'the anti-Stockton press to revise its happens to know that Stockton was
[ t." typed asnei;lon that only two not there at all, and is. inclined "tu
three papers in the State ate sup- the opinion that the coinespotdent'
010ing Stocktou? We find that was nto worse mistaken about thut
; uber of papers supporting than about Talafetro's chances of
people's senatorial candidate is carrying the county.
0ilWIng beauttiflly.
i g bn uy. The fact that Senator Taliafer.,
Stockton wouldn't plcu "e "the established a new peecedett by giv-
people" as the T-U does, he has ing the son of a wealthy saloon.-
S better opinion of them. Perhaps keeper in Jacksonville a schola ship
If Eclditor Wilson would get out to Annapolis without be:ig re-
among "the people" some and cul- quired to stand a competitive ex-
tivate a genuine friendly feeling for amination and giving other young
them, he would have them car- men a chance to' secure the
toned differently, scholarship, will doubtless make
y 'the Senator some votes among the
,'' man should be censured for liquor element, but what do the
du^IW a newspaper when his price temperance people and all others
I 'toered for it, but we do think it who believe in giving pcor ytgung
-. very wtrong for editors to sell them- men a chance to compete with the
Imlves. TUE GAINa VlLu STAR rich, think about ii?
an be bought by any mai who
,fe..lJil pay money enough for it, but "There was never a more earnest
the editor can be bought by no advocate of 'Bob Davis' for govern-
mau. or," said a proumiuent cl.'zen of
Sf High Springs to the editor of THIt
I'm for Barra," saJ a gntle STA Tuesday night, than I was,
,4 in our hiea'ing, becausee he until I saw the lhnes-Uii'on and
oa. ies nearer to get'.ug taxes out other papers coirulied by Republ-
.f those .Jscksonville corporations can money and influence Support.
than any other man who ever tried ing him so earnes'ly; but now I am
? it. The operations a -e fighting for any other man i ihe race In
him so desperately that I am cou- preference to Davis; if thoer in.
iced he is he man we need in Bences want him for governor the
am,***VWr." people should not want him."*

" f the IPfts we bear are tue- Date lor Speak1ug.
o .I d w e ntfee we only listen to At the eocliteaton of certain of n
.. thoie we belIeve wothy of conuid- friends I have eonsented to give uine
S^lte'ation-the etlm.. John N. C. days pa to polities while inspectng
.5'ok:on has already rttI himself to certain b rool for the purpo of deter-
OGNaln. -Ocala Banner. mnlnuff whether or not they are entitled
.' Amnd yet you and your. 'folks are t State aid uader a reeat act Up to
t~blog hin nio'e closely than this timIlhave nt attended a political
tl Roman soldiers Watched auetinea dehvotedX ne day topoUtica,
trjo.ph I new "aid wh"m theeae a days shall have ex
jplseph's new 'ouibh b
'neuu'Pbbeidt to seamen mypublic
dat 1--ntti the pmtop r tmeariv tu my
la count y, says the Jack- Jadgmea t o begin.the mpapan for the
lbt Metropolis, is to have a pb1mriof ad t r. .
dry election on the 28th I iest iae to dientsouIbllic
Woman's Christian Tern.- id etln, s u tt wm
',n .a arfted the question, pa m.' .
ostroug fight was Lake St.er, is
'36 g,41i4a ,leetion, but my oppom. ol asq

bt have decidedIn its mAr of the accorded theh. The
hL l wU be thrownupon.% the ,bak.4r-.
S tgton ddent A tt siatt.er
hot t (1 u~/tnsme an el tAn d to my toc 1
we thought tha.t
P. Tullaferro 411.ote1 rbm14 a address
by not meeting atelox
Sthe stump1 low "S -
other wy,-

A M. ,

s says 04o PuoeMl uIefl*t '
tii the aMlat'try. '
The Tampa Totbpre says: "~ 2
Williams, the former mayor of Ap5Ua.,
heo was disbarred trom the.praetfi of a
Isw by Jnge Wall and indicted b t C I
giand lury of his county for fality.lng
the recrd in the Cooper mu dnr hceM,
And who fled the country as a result, iht
been heard from.
"Williams tis at Depul, Ala. B 4
writes that he aepects t. retwn.to Are .
Ila at tile dext term' of co ut aid a iad
,ial for the ofllSiqe 9 by ist bhea
"i the Idijotasit te q asr \ '.

to, that hb %*Xado 14w W t d'& ae.e
and panaslIw At as a ehlws leint efrom
lo, Altalmty, lulatewd becau.a of t th
fact that he quit the ministry and entered
the *iluta4a of lw. He qxp.t3Bs hibs
incittion of again donning the n tiist..
ral clo'.h and rf living a sat."ety re!'tiotu
life in future."

Barlow Minstroes.
The Tlme -Upion of Nov. t9 has tJe
folloWing to may of the Barlow Mlnsat.els,
who will bhe he. on December i:
"Barlow's Minst. el gave two excellent
performances here yesterday, and as the
aggregation Is to make a tour of the State,
it may be well to say for the benefit of.
all concerned, that LhIs is one of the heat
shows of the sort now on the road.
"Of course, the managentupa makes qo
pretensions to piesenliug one of thoe
"colossal agbrea ttons" one often reads
about, but ao seldom sees; hut every
promise made aIn the program is lived up
to with liberal qiessure.
. I a not a big show, but it is certainly
a good one, and contains a number of
performers much above the average.
Nothing better in its way, for instance,
bas ever been seen here than the Roman
battleax act by Va: In and Turenue. And
the performance on the Roman harsa by,
the Gloes brothers was a rema. kable e-
hibition of ill and muscle. The class
pooing of the sume team formed a highly
egsotite series ot tableau-s which were
loudly applauded, and Dan 1Ioli's "or.
Iglnalitlss" in the first part resulted li
five imperative encores."

Trenton Items.
Trenton, Nov. a2.-We are having
veiy dry and cool wea' b-r in the Welt
Tax Asses-r W. W. Co'son and his In.
teresting family are visiting re'aslves i i
this locality.
SRev. S. J White of Lake Ru 'er is con.
dudftlag a series of revival ne vices qt
Joppa Ch.ltldan ch, ch. Ma* much good
be accomplished.
Homer Love i suffering from .hbe ef-.
fects of a m!ld fere.-. uatu-:rl;a, end p
troublesome rising on his nose.
W. P. Leach And family are visiting;
rai'vea it HaLIgue thbia.week.
S'.%, Lthe fifeen iiontiba o'd son of W,
:1. Gan, bas been c1i.e il1 ai 4 week, as
has aio thie i'ifant ilnugih.rr of Mrs. D).
P. Miller.
Shealsandi Holloway p >pl e at Ji:nnuiigs
Lake Monday. \% e hlo.r that. it.. Stock.
ton was also there

Attention Confederate Veterans.
There will be a meeting at the Court
House in Gainesville, Fla., Monday Nov.
30th, 19o3, at 2:3o o'clock in the evening.
All members of "Stonewall Camp," No.
1438, United Confederate Veterans, are
requested to attend promptly.
Nov. asat, 1903.

Brooktlyn, N. Y., April at, '99.
Dr. 8. B. Giddings,
Dear Slrt-Will you kindly inform me
b return mall If you can send your 5c.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled]
(Trade Mark) and If so I will send you
a postal note for the --me. Please Inform
me the amount of postage if it can be
When In Plorida the winter of 1897
and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-.
fve cent aire and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now t would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
Yours truly.
9 Hicks St. J. W. HAv'ns.
Slate of Florida
Cou-ty of Alaehua. .
City oelyitlle. J
.Pesonally appeared before the sub-
eeri'we i Note P.',.'ic, 1 ant' for the

Sta.e of f'o "P' a, .'- e. U 'ddngs,
who W'e 01t.Iv bwo j'A. 2we 'p.oW-ema and
uy7' ',at %'e .i0ve *' -.'o i; wok sent
to htma by mall bj J. W. Larjes, a man
whom he had newv.' seemi os beard of,
aloo that be had uo k ,owlede ot the
mat ever having used of procured the
u.parealed Hair Grower, and as far a
ha knows no om bad influenced him to
send it. "d that the 'man has never re-
ceived s.,y-hing for sending it.
awo.-n to and aubAcrbed efome this
lath day of November, A. D. I0oa.
S. B. GIDDIwe, M. D.
Notary Public for the State of pjarida
at large.

eqr Shermff.
To the Votem of Aisacaa (ouaty:
I heIrb announce myself a candidate

9a me.
ie out.
in the

knomhd, 4stingnalhed and deacribt.d as
follows, to-wit: *
The north half, the north half of the
south weat quarter, the south east quarter
of the soubh weastquarter, and the west
half of the south east quarter section one;
all of section two; the east half of the
north east quarter; the eest half of the
south east quarter of section five; the east
half of the north east quarter; the south
west quarter of the north east quarter;
north west quarter of the north west
quarter; the south east quarter of the
north, west quarter -the east half of the
south eat quarter of section eight; the
east half; the south half of the north west
quarter; the south west quarter of sec-
tion twelve; the north half; the south
west quarter; the north half of the south
east quarter; the south west quarter of
the south east quarter of section thirteen;
all of section fourteen; all of section fi'-
teen the north east quarter of the north
east quarter; the south east quarter of
the south east quarter of section .teven-
teen; the east half of the north east
quarter of section twenty; the east half,
tbe south east quarter of the south west
quarter of section twenty-one' all bf see-
tion twenty-two; all of section twenty
three; all of section twenty-four; all of
section'twenty five; all of section twenty-
six; all of section twenty seven; the north
esat quarter, the south east quarter of the
south west quarter; the north east quar-
tsr of the *otth east quarter, the south
half of the south east quarter of section
twenty-eight; the north half of the north
east quarter; the north balf of the south
east quarter, the south west quarter of
the north east quarter, the east half of
the iofth west. quarter; the south east
quarter of the south ea't quarter of see-
tion thirty-three, the north half of the
north east quarter; the south wbst quarter
of the north east quarter, the west half,
the south east quarter of section thirty-
four; all of section thirty-five- all of sec-
tion thirty-six, in township nine south of
range fifteen east. The east half of the
north west quarter, the south .west quar-
4tr of section sevedl; the south half of the
south west quarter of section seventeen;
the west half; the weat hralf of the south
east quarter; the south east quarter of
the mouth &ast quarter of section eighteen
all of section nineteen; the west half of
the north east quarter, the west half; the
west half of the south east quarter; the
south east quarter of the south cast quar-
ter of section twenty; the west half of
the south west quarter; the south east
quarter of the south west quarter of sec.
tion twenty-one; the sput west quarter
of the south west quarter of section
twenty-eight; the north east quarter of
the north east quarter; the south half of
the north east quarter; the west half of
the south east quarter of section twenty-
nine; all of section thirty; all of section
thirty-one; all of section thirty-two; the
west half of section thirty-three in town-
ship nine south of range sixteen east.
The south east quarter of the north east
quarter, the west half of the north west
quarter, the south half of section one; all
of section two; the north east quartet;
the east half of the south east quarter of
section three; the east half; the north
half.of the north west quarter; the south
east quarter of the north west quarter of
section eleven; all of section twelve; the
north half of the north west quarter; the
north east quarter; the south west quar-
ter of the north west quarter, the north
west quarter of the south west quarter;
the east half of the south cast quarter of
section thirteen; the north east quarter
of the north east quarter of section four-
teen; the norter of the east quarter of the north
east quarter, the north east quarter of the
north west quarter of section twenty four,
in township ten, south of range fifteen
east. The west half of the north weat
quarter, the west half of of the south west
quarter, the south east quarter of the
south west quarter of section four- the
north half, the north half of the
south east quarter- the south east
quarter of the south east quarter of
section five; the north east quar-
ter. the north east quarter of the
north west quarter, the south half of
the north west quarter, the south half
of section six; the west half of the north
east quarter, the north west quarter and
the soujtlh half of section seven; the east
half of the porth east quarter, the south
half of section eight, the west half of
the north east quarter, the south east
quarter of, the north east quarter, the
north west quarter, the north east quar-
ter of the south west quarter, Ihe west
half of the south west quarter, the south
east quarter of section nine; the north
west quarter of the south west quarter of
section fourteen; the north west quarter
of the north west quarter; the south half
of section fifteen, the north half, the
west half of the south west quarter of
section seventeen; all of section eighteen;
the east half, the east half of the north
west quarter, the north west quarter of
the north west quarter, the east half of
the mouth west quarter of section nine-
teen, the west half of the north west
quarter, the west hal, of the south west
quarter of section twenty; the north half
of the north east quarter; the south east
quarter of the north east quarter, the
northwest quarter of the north west quar-
ter, the north west quarter of south east
quarter of section twenty-two; the weat
half of the north west quarter; the north
weat quarter of the south west quarter of
section twenty-three; the north east quar-
ter; the south west quarter of section
twenty-seven; the north east quarter of
the south east quarter, the south west
quarter of the south east quarter, the
mouth west quarter of section twenty-
eight; the north west quarter, the south
half of motion tweuty-Oine, the east half;
the eat half of the northwest quarter;
the north seat quarter of the south wuat
quarter the mouth west quarter of the
south west quarter of section thirty the
east half, th north west" quartrt.of the

nuth west quarter of asectin thirty-que;
ll of section thirty-two; the south halt
of the north east quarter, the wet halr,
the o wet quarter o the south eaat
quarter, the mdth half of the ooth et
quter t sof ectlon tirthrtthne; ,te tost
half no the morth asuaIe.: tb. mouth

-I6 4 'a 4n 0 ia.[lar the
*tnemtIn ute ,aq. appurtnn-
rnt'~*bilgiago p je any wise
vratI, mandr nd .1 imandiras.

Bald pr tty evitid upoa and to-be
sd aa thpprt of the asM Deen-
da04t, to ?Aty.a9nt,_play said decree, feqo
and cooatatstmaCa .i
bls 3Ldday of November, A. D. 1903.
.W. 1. BROOM E.
Special Mtaur In chancery .
Under and by virtue _f a decreeof lore-
closure made and entered on the '2th
day of November, 19o3, by the Hon. R.
M. CALU, acting Juadge pf t. e Circuit
Court Bjghth Juadicial Circuit if Florida,
In and for -Alachua cotuty, in a certain
chqancery cause therein pending wherein
H. F Dutlon. John G. ichola nnd W.
G. Robinson, partners and bankers trad-
ing and doing business in Alachua county.
Florida, under the fiAm name and Etyle
of H. F. Dutton & Company are coin-
plainants, and Hill Printing Company, a
.corporation existing under and bh virtue
of the laws of the State of t lorida, with
its principal office and place of business
in Gainesville, Alacbua county. Florida,
and W. R. I hiomas are defendants, I, as
Special Master will sell at public outcry,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
before the front door, on Wtest Main
Street, of the building in which thie per-
sonal property Licreinafter described is
located, in Gainesville, Alachua county,
Florida, on Monday tlIe 4th day of Jan-
uary,. A. D. 1904, betwAeen the legal hours
of sale, the following described personal
property situated in Gainesville, Alachlua
county, Florida, snd being iln the tl ree
story brick hlihlding known as the Bank-
night building opposite nia due west of
the old City'Hote', on West Main Street,
occupied by the Hill Preinting Company,
to-wIt : The entire printing outfit of the
Hill I'rinting Comuipany, inclid ng print-
ing plant -entire, ccnslsting of presses of
every description and kind, type, type
inachines, type furniture and press furn
iture and all other furnitureof every kind
and character including office furniture
and fixtures and one number five(5) Bab-
cock Optimus two revolution cylinder
i)res-except one Mergentheler Lino-
type Machine, one writing desk, one roll
top desk and tlhe stock of stationary con
sitting of envelope, blotting paper, tag
boards, paper aud cards.
Together with' all and singular the up
purtenances to the same belonging or in
any wise appertaining Said property
will be sold to satisfy said decree and
costs. Terms cash.
Special Master
Notice is hereby given that I, as adl-
muinstratrix of the estate of J. I). Crumi-
well, deceased, will apply to lion. H. GC
utason. County Judge of Alnchiua county,
Florida, on the 8th day of December,
1903, at ten o'clock a. in. of said day, at
his office in the court hose in Gaines-
ville, Florida. for the authority to sell at
private sale all the right, title and inter.
eat of Fletcher Cromwell in and to the
following described lands situanted in
Alachua county, Florida, to wit; The
west half of Block 6, Brown's addition to
the town of Gainesville, Florida, and
which lies in and is a part of the north
west quarter of section 5 in township 1o,
range 20
Administratri x of the Estate of J. D.
Cromwell, deceased.

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Cotton Department,


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In Seed or Lint, Large' or Small GnQ utim.-.

Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers

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Gainesville, Florida.
The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
r T To any piece of land in Alachus County
AbLIstract of Title fuised on, Appiicati.
TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. Atte business given prompt and careful
B. R. COLSON, Manager.

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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur.
dclay., froum t;sinesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wasnington, Veatibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
*No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, bagga e and express cars between
Jacksonville und Washington, and drawing room Pllman sleepers between Jack-
sonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
imediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Noa. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper Letween New Orleansmad Jacksonville
Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdaa-s and
Thursday, ii p. m.
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F.. C COlit, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

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