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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: December 1, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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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VOLUME~ GAINESVILELE, FLORIDA, TUE.SDAV, DEHCIMBEIR 1, 903.


a th. o t aia Smaiiutry r' i a It,
"PLTC ve atoiag like.i at s t Ii ii bill hil 1903.
f lies 'aawe'tji tat eIle' uitis were i
IG AINESVILLE 'V..LI
Sr Jeastatga ai^,al ai;evt I, li'lne allythimig else
wrong, tihe sigmiinig of the Plagler ilivorce
Jeon S i(u1)i gers -i t1 w enog 1o iam hirlm i thde esti-
Stlockton. jennngas illdI(| (les inaa. i ti of thic: pt.ople e a lie iedclared tlie
Friday Afternoon. laiw a, a tlisgr.tce to the State .ttd it
.* .. : S- was i lutoy, atid ill the power of the
Governor to have save.l the State from
WARMER TIME FRIDAY NIGH the disgrace He drew a word .icture:.
I i .uppox e one of you gentlemen should
--, have a pure sweet daughter to marry a
Hollnwav ail-td Qhe.nts aridt tn, mani anda fterwitrds becoute temporarily


gressional .and Oubernato-
Hral Candidates Speak.
S Gainesvi le was invaded last Friday by
many of the Senatorial, Congre.saonal
and State candilidates, and some of the
warinest speeches of the campaign were
.made before large audiences. It na s tlhe
-occasion of the well arlvet tisel and nmt1uch
S talked about Sheats-Holloway debate
Mr. Sheats had challengedbMr. II Hloway
to meet lim in debate, and hadl invited
Other candidates to -be at the tiaeet:ag's.
Gainesville was the last place-.pokeu at
in the county, and niany other candidates
S were here to speak.
The. meetings were presided over by
Dr J. F. McKinstry, Jr., chairman of
e County Democratic Hxecutive Conl.
mittee, aid -being convinced that alt of
.- the candidates could not have a hearing
*' a any one meeting the chairman arraing
ed for the senatorial andl some State c uti-
Sddates to speak in the aftea-noon, and
the Congressional and remaining State
S' candidates at night
* ; The afternoon speaking began -in the
court house-at -2:30 o'clock. At first
the audience was rather smail, but when
the speaking co lniae::icel Ol->e-s c lille in
and soon there was a good sized amldience.
Hon. A C. Croonu, State Co-mnproller.
and a candidate for re-electi)nm, was the
first speaker introilacedi, ainil lie prc-.i-an
el his claims to .lie ofTice in a t piet a.11
dignified manner.
Hlon. James E tlroo.ne, cainillatte for
Secretary of S'tdta. waa mect iilrahl "t.,I
and made one of tlmose eloquient spethI. s
for which he is noted. lie calle.I aiten
tion to the fact that he was hiorni in I- lo>
ida, on the same lay the State .'. i i
mitted into the Uiaioni, a.id spoke of hia
long service iii the Coafe ler.aite .i.
his devotion to ani' work iln fle I) a n-
cratic party all of his life awtl esipe. I i1.
during the days au I times whlec'i ., 1
men's souls-the recoanstrutiction i'e .I
1-e assured his hearers of lisi comipett i
to ll the office, a'lm nia-le a rca' hiitr -lm
pression.
Hon. W. II 1llas, candil-nte fut Aiu'.
ne-, (General, was introduced aintI rea le I
a pleasing history of his life fr,)iam t,,,
time when lie was left anl orph.ii 1) I ,'
a tender age, and qliotwei how lie 1.1 I
shown himself competent anil war:liv
whenever ardent duties hailI fallen 4ial
him. He made a favorable inip.,ea.> )ii
STOCKrION AND JE.NNIN,1a.
By this time the audience had grun.'
considerably, and every one was o i the
tiptoe of expectation when the cl'a' ia'i
announced that G(veritor XV S Jen-
nings, candidate for United States Sena-
tor, was the next speaker. The Oove. n
or was liberally applaunled wheo he rose
to speak, and at several times dutirg lIt's
speech he was applauded. He said he
had been informed that he was cha-ged
with vetoing items In the appropriation
for Bast Florida Seminary because lie
had a grudge against Gainesvlile. The
Governor affirmed with emphasis that
the charges were without foundation; de
cleared his act in the matter was proumpteaI
by a sense of duty, and that the bil he
signed in 19o1, carrying similar appropi-i'
ationa was also unconstitutio nal and
should have been treated as was the 19o3
bill, but the question was not then tais-
ed, and he signed the bill without look-
Ing Into it, etc. He referred to his can,
cUdacy, his services as governor, and de-
itagd if he beoame United States Sena-
tor he would try to have the millions of
lands which justly belong to Florida un-
der the swamp lands act, so managed as
to swell the school fund He would
abide the acetto of the people; Florida's
senator would be his senator.
MONM. J. N. C. STOCqTQN SePAKs.
It wa" now getting near the supper
Ihotr, and the people were naturally get-
tinug reastleas, but they stayed to hear the
ilatchles campaigner. A storm of ap-
plauSe greeted the Introduction of Mr.
Stektou. He. proceeded at once to
discuss the condition and needs of
the people. He spoke in hi usual
maly way of the evils of corporation
grte4 an c~mtol., He assured his hear-
ef thtqwbhst the corporations-the Stan-
daud Oil Company and othera-wanted
ald were lighting for. could not poa-
at ,.P he what the people needed asad
41 dcontn d for. The Times-Union and
Otp i*pe. owned and controlled by the
fMnih eould not be sincere ia their
)$AttIs 'Of love for the people, and.,
*yH te efforts of these Depnbhlcan
'aiy f in heehaslf of one of him
toi plust of neessity be looked


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aiasatae and hter tusatuid should put her
aiwaiy ecaase -v{ her misfortune, lie did
not sai the.lagler law was for tempor-
ary inisaity, but used "temporary" in
drawing the picture, remembering, as he
['as said. on other occasions, and as every
body knows, that no physician is able to
tell when insanity is incurable-cases
have been pronounced incurable and were
afterwards, cured.
THEIR GOV-RNOR Kii'i-Es.
Governor Jennings was on his feet im
mediately alter Mr. Stockton sat down,
and after the loud and long..applause
which followed Stockton's address had'
subsided Jeunitgs, who by this time was
thoroughly angry, went for Stockton in a
very bitter.. manner. Charged him with
saying the divorce bill was a Filagler
-ineasure and for temporary insanity,
when neither temporaryr" or "Flagler"
appeared in the bill. The. Governor
poke at considerable length; seemed so
angry he hardly, knew when.and'how to,
quit, and repeated some of his sentences
several time. .'
Mr. Stocktoin uttered a few words iun
reply; explained that thle word tempor-
ary was used only in drawing a picture,
aainl thought the Governor had become
unduly anid nuneessarily excited. Both
speakers were liberally applauded but it
was very evident that the Stockton men
-.%ere largely in the majority. Stockton's
reference to the divorce bill was applaud-
edl eihif ia-atically by both men and
ladIlies
SI':.\KINI. FRIDAY NIGHT.
The speaking Friday light was more
largi.lv atHienlde than was the afternoon
iILecting the court house was crowded
I:'oi.al, Ust seating caparity-and many
mt1 e Il.tlics were present.
Sli.hirimaum McKinrstry anionmced that
II .l onati aanmd -heats would moml be limhit-
.to to nne, hut the 'oingresaional .and
,nlhta a.iauntlri cailidilates would be limit-
e I to lc nmiiiutes -ach.. Hon V. IM.
II ,ll.w.ay, caudhlilate for State Superin-t
La -I il ,ol' Publice l struction, w.i.s intro-
I',i,-e I fir-. lie stated that lie hald lbee
sick iIl hl:iy and .should then be in t Id
I Iv woaiiil maake ino sp.ec a except to aan-
swer the ch.iioge preferred lay his OpIpon
.ani, Ir. Slia.att M% r. Sleials iwa4 then
intro Ilcid- ail i iiu le one of tihe almlest,
bill littereet, speeches we ever heard.
lie -poke two hours. and seven iman-
utes,. andl was very bitter charging
llulloway with inconupetency, careless-
iat-s a-id cvemw a'Vorse lie produced fig-
uLes which lie declared showed the coun-
ty to be in a deplorable condition as far
as the school lunds are concerned, and he
blamed llolloway for it. Hedrewa word
picture showing himself hard at work in
(ime interest of the achoo! child-eu of
Florida and Holloway trying to cut off
his head to get his "job." In, this pic-
ture he reflected on the honor of Rev.
J. I. iHolley, pastor of the First Bap-
tist church; showed him a two-c'oaked
ntina dahbling in other callings thou that
of the ministry, and with Holloway and
a great company of little imps- supposed
to represent school teachers and other
friensla of Holloway on the roai to hell.
Many of Mr. Sheets' staunchest friends
admit that he did wrong in thins matter,
and we think Mr. Seats will admit it
himself. Rev. Holley replied to the
thrust in a vigorous m.an ier, and left no
doubt in tlhe -.inds of th. e present as to
his opinion of Mr. Sheats.
HOI[.'IwAV RaplA.ras
For forty-eight minutes Mr. Holloway
spoke in reply to Mr. Sheals. He was
bitter in his denunciation of the man,
whom lie pictured as a sarcastic bull-
doaer. He affirmed that Sheats did In-
vite Booker Washington to speak to white
school superintendents in the white
school auditorium, and denied the truth
of Sheats' assertion that Sam DeBose
wrote an invitation in his (Hlo Howay's)
office and at his suggestion, assd produced
an affidavit by DeBose substantiating hmis
denial Hle charged Sheats with appro-
priating to his own use a school warrant
for four hundred and odd dollars when
he was county superintendent. Said
while he was away from his office several
mouths ago, Sheats went to the office,
plundered therein, aed certain records
have not since shown up in the office.
Mr Seats had said-in him apeehb-
that to Jno. W. Wideman belonged the
credit for building the fine school build-
ings at Oaineiville and Micaiopy, and he
took to himself much of the credit for
tMrp.ovlTayts durlg the last few years,
Mr. Holloway could not nndentand how
it wva that Sbeta had acoamptlahed so
macia s mcror Afaestbu eouty since be
went to Taqlahssss than he did while

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I t ive al lea-t a t ilir'l grade certificate,
t'iail>gh, declart-di Mr IolloHowa
.keferriug- t(o Mr. Sheats' charge that
he wa :tss inconipetent and that the affairs
of the office were ih a -deploramble cohdi
lion,..ir..Halloway read extracts from a
local paper, a fiich quoted State Aditor
.Ellin, of QAuincy, as. declaring the books
were in a m',at excellent condition, and
cointlinienting all of Alachua county's
offices Mr. Holloway then. pointed to
State Auditor Ellis, who was present and
.oz'cupied a seat only a few feet from the
speaker, and said: "Th'is is what Mr.
Ellis says about the condition of the
records in my office, and there"sits Mr.
Ellis." .
Mr. Sheati replied to Mr. hlollowav in
a fifteen minute's speech, and was very
bitter in his denunciation of Holloway'
for insinuating that he (Sheats) had sto-
len records from- the County Superinten-
dent'a office.
SBoth speakers were applauded liber-
ally, but judging by the applause, the
Holloway. ien seeriied to be in the nia-
jority.
After the speaking was over Mr. Hollo
way said he did not mean any reflection
upon the Cow Creek and Gomm- schools
by proposing to send Mr. Sheats to one
of theiem, but mentioned them because
they aret sone of the smallest schools in
the county, and might. be willing to ac-
cept an inferior teacher.
OTHiER CANDrDATuS "SPiAK.
It was after 0o:30 when the Holloway
Antd Sheats speeches were concluded and,
Chairman McKlnstry announced that the
Congressional and Gubernatorial candi-
dates would be allowed ten .minutes each.
lion. J..M. Barra, candidate for Con.
gress was then Introduced. This gentle.
man seemed to realize the fact that the
audience was already worn out, and he
detained his hearers only four milutes.


Said it was utterly impossible for hin to
do justice to the occasion in the few min-
utes allotted to him, and expressed a de-
sire to come again when he could find
the people better prepared to hear hin..
He made a favorable impression.
flon Fran, Clark, candidate for Con-
gress, was introduced andlspoke twelve
minutes. Hie anticipated Alexander's
speech, ripped "Jim" up the back in a
pleasant way, said he hoped to have an-
other and more favorable opportunity to
address our people, and was liberally ap-
plauded.
Hon. James E. Alexander, candidate
for Congress, spoke twelve minutes. coum.
plimtente, the ladies and Hou. R. W.
Davys, spoke of hig own desires and fit-
ness to be Congressman, his love for
Florida in general and A lachua county
amd Gainesville in particular He also
proumis~ed to come again, and was ap-
plauded liberally.
lion. C. H. Brown, candidate for Gov-
ernor, spoke eight minutes. He spoke of
his devotion to the Democratic party in
the days of long ago, his record as State
Senator, and advised Jim Alexander to
look out for his own candidacy and quit
trying to carry "Bob Davis" on hiss
shoulder. Mr. Brown's manner was very
pleasant.
Hou. N. B Broward. candidate for
Governor, was the next and last speaker.
He spoke eleven minnutes, and called at-
tention to the importance of electing a
Governor whom the corporations could
not use in the furtherance of their
schemes. He showed that he was well
posted and the people were favorably im.
pressed with him. He, like each of the
other short time speakers, said he could
not do justice to the occasion in the few
minutes he had to speak, but would at
some future time appear before our peo-
ple and discuss the issues of the cam-
paign.

Important Notice.
Our contract with the Argo Portrait
Company, of Chicago, will end January
ist next. All customers holding tickets
for $15 in trade, and 63.50 for a frame,
will call and select frames between now
and January ist, as 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.
O'DOOALD & SAUNDIERB.
Gaineeville, Fla.
November t---6t.

Engineer Shot.
Early yesterday morning Mr. Wetmr,
the agent at Homoeaaa, shot and aeri-
ously wounded Mr. Ballard, the engineer
on the Ocala and Homosassa run. The
ball entered his left side going through
the vest pocket. Mr. Ballard was carried
to Ocala foe treatment. The mail agent
stated that he was present during the at-
tercation, and that the agent and engi.-
near had had some words about sand,
which terminated ian the above realt.-
Crystal River Newl, Nov. s6.
DsAn.-Slne the shove was put in
type we have learned that Mr. aellard
died from the effects of his wound.


Th Nmap" Uday Sehol a pointed
eetis" aiftafy aftreo to aws
for taNW"*6M110t.M for i
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Try I'rgnn'.- market for best meats.
Capt. J. W. Carter of Micanopy Was a
visitor to the city Friday.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owet
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf
M,. l. Moore, the Rochelle naval stores
man, was lit the city Friday.
SBarlow's Minstrels in the opera house
tonight. DoI't fail to attenlld.
lion T. J. McRae of ITawthorin was in
the cityF riday night and Saturday.
C(' M. Dell of Hague attended the
meeting here Ftiday afternoon and night.
T. M. Cauthen of Waldo was asmtong
the business men in iGainesville Friday.
Tliete were many school teachers in the
city last week. They are now baImck at
'their schools.
R. 1. Spivey, a naval store manil of
Grove Park, was a business visitor to the
city Saturday.
J. F. Whetstone of Mikesville and A.
E. Summers of Jligh Sprixngs, were in
the city yesterday.
J. M. Turner, a popular citizen of Lake-
view, was one of the many visitors to
Gainesville Friday.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposes, 15 ctst a hundred or 5 tor 5
cta., at Tliit STAR officer.
Gus A. Martin of Eve, in .Levy county,
*ws among those who attended the po-
litical meeting here Friday night.-,
. If yot wait money to buy or build a
IIoue, y ofiaoritgage, or eContret fora
nretlliInvetment ee Mover. '
Elder C. Matheson filled the Presby-
terian pulpit at High Springe Sunday,
returning to this city yesterday.
If you have no girl borrow some one
else's girl and go to How's big show
which will exhibit here December 2a.
Juo. V. Deuton, a prominent citizen of
Lake View, was among those who atten-


ded the polidcal rally here last Friday.
When you want a team that is not only
good for service, but handLsome aa well,
you should apply at Thomas' stables.
F. M. Ramsey and R. S. Btradley, two
prominent citizens of Wacahoota, were
transacting business in the city Saturday.
Rev. W. J. Carpenter returned Friday
from Osceola county, where he went to
assist in the auti-saloon canipaigni in that
county.
If it ls job printing you want just send
your order to the btar. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
G. C. Snowdeu of Orauge Heights was
in the city Priday and paid this ofilice a
pleasant call and had his name placed onm
our subscription list.
In our jewelry department, we have a
splendid line of stylish and serviceable
pocketbooks, wrist bags and chatelaine
bags. L. C. Smith.
Mr. Jacob Feaster, who has been pub-
lic road overseer during the last several
months turned over the work to Iis stuc-
cesor, ir. Thigpin yesterday.
The Bowie, Texas, Press says: "llowe's
Great London Shows was clean and good
throughout." The shows will exhibit in
Gainesville December a.
0. L. Rogers, of High Springs, died
in that city on Wednesday of last week,
and his remains were taken to his for-
mer home in Georgia for burial.
Giddings' Hair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. II. Giddings, caines-
ville, and the Postoffice Drug bttore and J.
A. Stephens, High Springs, Fla.
The song service, which was advertised
to be at the Presbyterlan church tonight,
has been called in, on account of the
inability of the singer to be present.
C. It. Cts-man of Micanopy, and S. B.
Godwin of High Springs, are authorized
to take aubecriptions and collect for the
same for The Star. See them about it.
Mise Ida Wiggins, the efficient
teacher of the Trazler school, has re-
turned to Traxler, after spending a few
day here the guest of Mrs. A. E Witt-
stock.
Wanted-A few incubators and brood-
ers. Address P. O. Box No. 5o, Wade,
Fla., stating name of manufacturer, size
of machine, condition and price wanted.
The Gainesville Planing and Coffin
Company have begun operations In earn-
eat. They have one of the best plants in
the country, and will doubtless do a good
business. Manager RiJes ia a hustler.
Furnished rooms with privilege of cold
and hot bath. Unfurnished rooms. and
room for light hbouskeepng, for rent,
bjy Mrs. L. A. Thrmhber, ItBnt Main St.
Rev. J. B. Holley Is attending asmocla-
tional netinge in SBoth Carolina.'and he
expect to be sabent about ten days, dur-
Ing which time Rev. M. A. Clonta will
act in his stead as pastor of the First
Baptist church.
The press of" the country speak in the
highest terms of Howe's Great London
shows, which will exhibit in Gainesville
December a, .lee display ad elsewhere in
this paper.
.. editor Jno. B. Johlaeon, of the Dade
'City Demoorat, wve citealaing among
old friendM Win GainitUe the. latter part
of last week. iromthr Johnson is an able
editor, sad a prominent member of the
-State Lgslatue.
Bring M yrt cotton, and I our
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Your Illile, If It it oif the regulation
sort, comes tin' look of 'malmi wIth
tIle On(li Iutiril'11d lind a Inlftleth. In the
Oreek lble,. however. there Is another,
entitled "A nlasinm of rDavid aft:r he
had slain cullatlh." Athnnaslus pralie
It very highly In bhim *lynopils of the
Holy Scripturee." It was versified by
Apollinarium Aloxandrlus, A. D. 80>.
and a Latin trannlatlon of It may be
found In the works of 'ulbricum. The
English traninstloiin a by Iturlug-Glould,
the well known nntlmitnrlimn:
I'RAI.M tr.l.
1. 1 was mall among my br-thren. and,
crowlin up In my further house. I kept
ia sheep.
S. My hands made the otgan and my
Aingers shalpd thie psaliery.
L And who declared unto my Lord. ,fte
the Lord. he harl all things.
L. I1e serit hisfl nel and thby took me
from my father' sheep. HIl anointed
me In mercy from his unction.
5. (rmat and < mndly are niy brothren.
but willh them lOad was not well pleaed.
6. 1 wentl t meet the (lant) stranger,
and he cursled me ay all his Idols.
7 iut I minute ofr his head with his own
drawn worn, antd I blurted out the re-
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BRING Us
Your Chickenst Eggs.
Vegetables, and in fact al
kinds of Country Pro-
duce.

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1,.

SBARLOW MINSTRELS. ave
J. A. Coburn, Mgr. & Owner In Stock, and are constantly r mceiv-
35 Whi t 35 + ing "up-to-date" Shoes for l in,
Grand openiing spectacle entitled Women and Children, at po"plara ,.
"A Reception o.the Royal Cecill- prices and of the best makes. ..
ian Courtiers." A beautiful es-
!seltble production, presenting tile
+entire company. Positively every-. W e call .
thing new this season. "Peerless
Bai1ow1 uisarl awl" itt noonday
colcartl If arade. y Particular attention to the Ladies.
Prices 2o., 80o., and 75o. "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
Reserved so.t. on s.i. a't ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
MILLER & AVERA 'S Matheson,
,'^"^" J.D. Matheson,

The inerchatndise busitessa f J. Ck New-
berry. off High Sprin.gs, has beet put in hB n1nd Lel1t8iB1. gi0 80lllB, Fil.
the 4antids of at receiver, andl Mr. Boplier
Kincaid is the receiver. 'the creditors _
arei represente-l by AAtorneys C. C. Thomi- 4MilMlwo1- 41 wo lo ER*lW Mi4**ji^41^4,, D
as and WV. S. BIroome, this city;
Have you triedl.Gtdditigs' llair Grower? ESTAILISHIO D IS.
Others have tried it atidl )rotouncel It it i
Ko, For saleatS"'. It.,ldings'lDruga H F. ID U T T O N & CO .,
Store, Gainesville, and l'ostotlice l-rug H
Store atnd J.: A Stephens, lligh Sprirgas
Today, as on last Friday,. tinuch local Co on D artm ntA VILL 4'
Matter ha been crowded otut of the Star Cotton D epartm ent, n
on account of pollties, but :our readers '
want to hear whit the catididlate are dlo-Fi n i i t d 0
ig ai saying, and today w ive thelighet, Price Paid o O and Iott
a touch of"high IIfe" poUlitical uews,
Visit our shoe department, and see our In Seed or Lint, Large or Small QRnsntites.
fine line of ladies shoes, just receivt.l
Atsi it will ay.you to examine our ute Advances Iliade. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
of tilen'taias ehhldreii's shoes. We have
the tioatceuiplete line in the city. L. C,
Smith. made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited..
Rufius H. Knapp, former associate -. -
editor ofthe iHigh Springsf Hornet, baut
now in the maw nill business at Grove
Park, was a bnusiesin visitor to the city
Saturday, aind while here he had his
nanse enrolled on our tulisoription list.
If yon want horses, anitles, wagons,
ltugg esa carriages, htarness, whips, lap
robes, or anything else unually kept for
sale at a first-class livery, fera len ale
stable, you shanlould call oil W. R. TholmImais, -
Gainesville, F'ln.
Mrs. ,ied Quest, an esatinuable lady o. J. B Douglas,
at. Augustine, who wasm slumnonsed here
last week o., account of the serious ill. Dealer in Heavy and
ness of her brother, Mr. K. A. Bryan, left Fancy Groceries, Bacon,
for her home yesterday. Mr. Bryan has Lard, Butter, Flour, Meal,
sufficeantly recovered to be out of danXer. Lard, Butter, lour, M al,
Giddens' riUnparalleled Ilair .-ower Grits, Rice, Coffee, Sugar,
Is all that ita name implies. It cures Canned Goods, nd ind
dandruff stops falling hair and produces anned oos, an
new hair. It isan rxcellenthalrdresser. fact everything in the
For male at V. B. Gjdlding's DI)rug tore, e ryhn
.ainesville, aand the i'ostofice Drug Store Grocery line.
and J. A. Stephens, High Springs.
Prof. T. FI. Mclleath of fast Florida hay and Orail
Semimiaary, atltele Tenclie:ra' Asocimtiion it Inverness last Prices low as the low.
SSaitlurday. and dcllivereila astirrimng ad-
idres. Prof. Mcietliatlh i- e to tle fore. est, and weights, measure
tmoa tcachr arind milisnt eloquent speak- ald quality guaranteed.
ers in the Slate
Manager Geo. 1. Do g, of the new elec ew -tan ,
tric commlpanyv, gladdened the hearts of
our people when he turned on brilliant I have recently opened
new lights Haturday evening. Gaies- up at a new stand, and
ville now has one gas and two electric i sa
light plants. Where's the city of our wish all of my old cuB-
size that can heaat tn on lights? tomers and new ones to
The Junrlugo, Colo.. Licinocrat, in cal, see and buy.
speaking ofloweGreat Iomneon Shows,l, and uy.
which will exhibit L:ia Gainesville Decemu-
her 2, said: "llowes Show was clean and J. B. Douglas.
gool, showed. more than they advertised 8 i
and pleased all whil attended. Now 1 i2 A West Main St.,
what morem' can be aid? They are good 1 s M a A.'y '
people, have a good show and merit all GAINESVILE, FLA.
that comes their way."
-.- --- Next Door to S. J. Thomas.
The- fir* alrecl mind APearf r-ill r ea son


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.-READY EGAN LEAVE$ CENTRAL,

Popular Presildent of Great Railway
; *System Ceta Leave of Abs*noe,
tify Canal Treaty With Report ay s I Permanent.
the UtmOSt Celerity. According to a dispatch sent out
Srom, Savangah. President John M.
j Ewo, oQf the Central of Georgiq rail.
DOCUMENT IS AWAITED way. has tendered his resalgnttao n
I., goe to Now York on a two Wp Nb'
----- leave of absence. Thereafter -Ig .t-
tenta Meets and Agrees to Push the untion with the Centra W I teOm
7t- nate..
Matter Through-Action Causes. Th is cton .t Mr. coau l oome
S Gtat R61bcl6nJo l%-That Co- as a tremendous sia rrte erever
lemblan Army. I he Central ajpateM tchoes there will
... be regret at i Igetlon. At the last
A cable dispatch from Panama sa-s: annual meettlg te Central railway
WlS junta committee, composed of n" a m t w anutorled that
#pO Augustin Aranggo, Thomnas Arias the breach thas had existed between
ani Manuel Eaplpnosa, held a meeting President Egan and Major J. F. Han.
t 10 o'clock Thursday morning, all son, of Macon, chairman of the board,
plmtnisters of stati and counaillts had be. healed and that all the dif-
beifa present, apd unailimously de- ferences that had obtained between
aided to ratify the chnal treaty as soon these two officials had been adjusted.
as it receli'ii eanti authorize Minlster for this reason, too, the gl ypria o
Bunau-Varilla officially to communi- the announcement of Mr. Egea's releg-
eate the Junta's decision to the United nation will be the greater.'
States government. It has lng' been "coWn,thgt the r '
El Conlata, an old newspaper of the nations between President ganp and
loag.i pservattve school, publishes a Major Hanson were not pleasant ogf3-
long artile on the careeE of Dr. Man eially.
eUl'Adiamaor, minister of flaance of the Major hlanson replied Sunday night
republicof Panama, In which it is pro- In response to an inquiry by the Asso-
Celtied that the doctor la the only poe elated Press.as to the resignation:
lible candidate for the presidency of "Mr. Egan has applied for a leave of
th re i absence and it haa beep granted."
XLapts. a paper which has always President Egan was seen by a press
a qte4 the doctrine of the libera; representative, but he would not con-
S tpd1iillshe an article on the saae firth the statement that hb had re-
*obJiect and along the same lines, signed. He merely said that he had
511O Dr. mrB dpO g6 t tLe bop been granted two weeks' leave of ab-
lie- pang al.actor tence and that he wan leaving for
CWOrk of Independence, a thor- Mew York. lie did not know Just
ltgh patriot, a great administrator and where he will spend his holiday, he
B_ t,4 jdorightlin all bfsidetflngs. declared.
MtIil 4lltlids trougaf'ut Ithe lath Pesidernt Egan has been with tae
fnlan territory continue to pass resolnt- Central of Georgia since 1896, when
larJn .that Dr. Amador will he came to the road in the capacity of
-i t he first preasidettj of th vice president. He was,also vice press.
i b an overwhelming majority Ident of the Ocean Steamship Com.
o oIWnblan Pr ie pia pany.
St re cl Uthe pon' the death of the late H. M.
BKmef Bollt (l 0mer he was made president of the
dColobia Thursday. It pro central, and subsequently president of
e rithaoth d ayll tra.ffe the Ocean SteImship Company. In
s between the ports In that course of time the difference between
dtb and b the "rebel depart himself and Major Haasom developed,
tn Pnama, and pays ar however, and Major Hanson was final-
n dipnrtueat of Panama hba- ly elected chairman of the oibard of
thg declared Itself free and independ- the CentItal, and also president of the
l gauli -lltakte p tM s alt OqM. Blpemahip Company, which Is
the national government In an effort to closely allied. The president of the
11estroY Colombian Integrity, dignil) railroad had to report to the chairman
,"troy iom_ an Integrityi- dlnlA-'- .e of the board.
lutA mmt~ ,a i u... s ,--_ em--


-'pop Twn or, uoiomi s requires the em-
. qp n.eat of such measures ase are in-
I# s able for the punishment and
.Sipreoslon of the rebels. The act
^' cosJng the ports mentioned is taken
t by the government of Bolivar Inde
.lptdent of tB addo ofa government
i' elitar can oN all hue considers nec-
Sssaty for tho defense of theo tate.nam
among the measures which the legill
Sie' ends of her warrant j the de-
B" rivlng of the enpmy of resources and
the free tram of commerce."
The deoref provides also that neui
tral vaeusel Kaving called at Panaman
iperts shall ae refused admission tc
'I ports of Bolivar.
The royalZmall steamer Trent re
a turned during the day from the portR
,.,- the eoaaLt She landed some of the
:MiBoivion eoimlssioners at Savanillla
it' d sailed '-thence for. Cartagena
here she *as only allowed to coin
A' mulpcate wJba the shore. .The author-
i tle refused to clear the Trent for
Colon. No malls, passengers or freight
from Savanilla or Cartagena destined
Sfor Colon were iermllt'tld t o b. tal,,


RATHBONE "KNOCKS" GWN WOOD.

Former Director of Poets In Cuba
Makes Some Salty Charget.
Major Estes 0. Rathbone, formerly
director of the posts in Cuba, was giv-
en a hearing before the military af-
fairs committee of the senate. Friday,
and reiterated the charges made sev-
eral times before the secretary of
war, the senate committee on rela.
tions with Cuba and In pufllc state
ments following hip trial In connection
with Cuban posthl frauds.
With reference to the charge that
Governor General Wood had exceeded
his authority In giving Instructions to
the courts,. Major Rathbone said that
the general had pursued this course in '
the Cuban postal case when he (Rath.
bone) was finder prosecution. This.
was, he said, In violation of article 387
of the penal code of Cuba and In a
manner prejudicial to the rights cad
Interests of those under trial.


on board. NORTH GEORGIA CONFERENCE
The correspondent of the Asocclited
Press at Colon received a telegram Of Followers of John Wesley Opened
from Botog.r- dated November 21, say. Auspiciously at Griffin.
lag that the government had Issued or. The thirty-seventh annual session of1.
dros to raise the army footing to 100, the North Georgia Methodist confer.
000 men in the event (hat General ence convened at the First Methodlsl
0eyes' mission to Washington should church In Griffln WednoJday, with
t' p- rve fruitlgs. Bishop Key presiding. Conference was
opened with prayer by the venerable
BORE PFIBST HOSTILE ORDER. bishop, who also read the mprnlng
S. .. lesson from the 17th chapter of John,
egnerial QGher, Noted Confederate making several beautiful remarks upon
Passee-Away In NorfIlk, Va. the same.
'A special from Norfolk, Va mays: The morning session cosiasted In
General V. f. roner died atl the Sarah eadipi the various reports of commit.
Leigh hosp.al Wednesday. the arah- tees.
tried the m as 4o.l W ednesday. oe eare Dr.. J. W. Heidt. the secretary, read
ard from the confederate war depart the roll call, after which he was re
I4 2at ordering the attack upon Fort elected secretary for the ensuing year.
; t: 1 ,umter, wHich began (lie civil war. Routine matters of the conference
were then taken up.
a"' PANAMANS REMAIN FIRM. .
-**- WAGES ARE CUT DOWN.
Another Colomblan Oommisslen, BSa-r. W
I g Overtures, is Tuorned Down. Only One Fall River Coration
y. ...."m* S *.*a. s top its Opea ".
ddlBA- hbtifitI 't*a Tfkith wilhu an -The first of the numeroUs redpctioas
otr C lan omassion. heldod In wage bounced in the cotton mille
other d Re m If4 ei1 p. rrl ed o Neu I a6 a St hall
! U Wti .lratlm -| naA". thie Jk Jl aisnta otsldbi that te*rltory
-i'ech steamer Canada. The Plana wont into effect In all but one iPalJ
means refused eyvry overjukre, declare River egrporalton Monday, and a num.
g hqI tbt'lpotlob ietra ja 44l4brd le, anid ber of .est. dtmllls. Although auout
S'deolared they Wpuld not receive any 32,000 qperatlyve had their pay cut
9 D ~ ,cpmniglpl)Es froGi oletible own tl 'j NirWal strike oourred In

"16e uala they rerognised the republic of any mill The cut averages 10 per
su. pana. ,, ,. ieqt. The reduction alfected seventy
eight s ll in Fall Rive alone.
,W BR TO WED WIDOW. "* A
I--.-- "" .A'.N" O4QN SHANGHA(NG CHAROEQ4
"'"0.4 nlit of orge i .' ... .. d
Oto be Made ttne. 0 '--:w a A t-M_ lh, Is Indleted


q ''4Wer and^1 Mrs. Georgl hyoI- P"4jury at
(hU latter has wainy go ii' hr g g of
( a mhea" There are two sbam ,
Iis th proposed un. The ia VBIBM-
liPtg lo-4a#dlP46 other declare ed In the dist ft.
.St .nPateh to na abasua first returned stl .t0
the abanghal or klnapeing law.
HARGMK AGAINST FIREMEp Joseph Rucker- and John .eg
qit *,.---..' t' '.whlte boys, aret t.w of tb ge vie.
,Wlifmea' Raged plire Fglr ,rm" of the Illegal practice of a lsaM,
1e 0ds ind Jwer The story or their Il ipapmat board
ie tfi 8ft'ufi .W itish ba rl t iWia had l their
I re notified Saturdi al ea'Nt arrival at : tete. Bait).O
aIppear before J11 'g4011111" 44'. ,ef the
oan I*theore".


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cued by workmen.
Mrs. Bracken was Miss Mac Belle
Gregoryj before her marriage, and sev
oral years ag was acknowledged the
maet beautiful woman in America In a
contest conducted by a New York
newppaL H MAN LAr.

HELD WHITE MAN SLAVE. '


Alabama Farmer Bound Over on Most
Sensational Charge.
0. ID. Mc vain, a white farmer, of.
Geneva County, Ala., was bcund over
by United Statea Comm:aslonor Tut
Wller, of Troy, under bond of $800 on
a charge of peonage.
It Is sId he held a white man, Tom
BiTrr, at ia eeoaltlon of peonage.

MRYAN MEETS RITiaHERSa.

A|ig| Oirte I Leantpn, Honors
'N, ~al*a With Luneheen.
A '4 1140;l ads: Anbassi.
4 At k Qn l li nchoea to Wil
JiM. .. Th' 'tr 'a


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*een n. o *e .nrd P ,I* "Y" D w

vieted of bpowil. t
Bartow Nix, theI 17-T4" Slayr of
lobs i, iGvards a.d J.et Ndwards
rill .e rest af, Riw tife In the
f. or hbi deed, if the ver.
II tei by th Jury att Columbus
ln. .Tursdays night stands.
:'A TA.:0 o'clock, after having been
"tq three hours, the Jury brought In a
verdict ot guilty, of murder, with a. rec
ommendation to mercy.
Imprlsonment for life l the-- nl
sentence that can be imposed. The boy
Iliplaye4.o smnation whew th-verdict
was received, and tie only comment
oe had to make on it afterwards was
o say that he was disappointed.
There. was no demonstration In the
Court room when the verdict was an-'
loupeod. I
Bartow Nix made his statement tr
the jury Wednesday afternoon. The
boy wah somewhat excited, and talked
rapidly. He saJd that he did not car.
ry bhi gun with him on the day of the
tragedy, because he was looking for
the Edwardea., as he did not lnow
they were cutting the oats until hr
arrived on the scene. He stated that
he asked Mr. Edwards three times to
leave the field, saying that the court
bad awarded the land to his father;
that during the conversation, young
Jeff Eiwards went off a few steps an I
got his gun and stood by his fathor't
side; that Edwards not only refused
to stop cutting oats, but cursed hinr,
coupling the oath with a throat, and
grabbed for the gun in his son's hands,
whereupon, NJix asayas, he flred, bellev
Ing his own life to be in Imminent
peril, and that he shot the elder Ed
wards and then his son. Jef., in self
defense. Jeff also shooting at him
(Nix) twice, but not hitting him,
Both the Nix and Edwards families
hold deeds to the disputed land.

MRS. TANNER'SB STATEMENT.

Young Woman Explains In Court How
Husband Was Poisoned.
All the evidence In the Tanner case
at Gainesville, Ga., was In by ,i o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Onie
Tanner went on the stand to testlf.
in her own behalf.
After stating that the milk which
made her husband Ill was obtained
from Willie's mother, Mrs. Tanner
said:
"He drank some of it, but said a:
ones that It was very sour and gave it
to me to taste. I took some and swal-
lowed Just a little. It was so sour I
spit It out and rinned my mouth out
with some water. What little I took
-made me feel a little sick and I poured
what wfa left in the slop. Willje fin'
lshed eating and slopped the pig. In r
*few minutes Willie came back and ir
fifteen or twenty minutes said. "Onle
I am dying.'
"I don't know What killed Willie. I
did not give him any poison and I di:1
not -put any strychnine, or anything
else, In the buttermilk, and I would not
have hurt him for the whole world. I
A d send for some strychnine about
two weeks before, but I sent for it to
poison a big yellow dog that had been
sneaking around. This strychnine we
gave the dog la all I ever asw In my
life, and I am sure we gave It all tr
the dog. They claimed that I confess
ed to poisoning Willie, but It is not
true. I never poisoned him and I nev
er confessed It. I am as Innocent of
doing Willie any harm as any of you
I loved Whille and we got along ali
right, and I would not have Tiurt him
for anything. They have done every
thing they could to convict me, ria'nt
or wrong, but I am not guilty.-

NEW SEABOARD MANAGERS.

Ryan-Baiir Syndliate is Given pontro
of *ig System.
Changes have been made In the vot
nag trustof the Seaboard Air L.ine rail
road which places the road under the
control of the Ryan-BlaIr syndicate.,
The synalcaer recently agreed to ad-
vance funds to rehabltltate the proper-
ty had was given equal representation
of the British directors with the South-
ea Interests and the Ladepburg-Thal-.
mann syndicate.
AMERICA'S BEAUTY CREMATED.

Mrs. raceken Meeta Tragle Death at
Her Home in Tennessee.
At Murfreeaboro. Tenn., Mrs. Silas
Brackin Waa burned to deith in an out
bullding used while their residence
was being remodeled. Mrs. Bracken
was eremated before she could be rea.


normal and fully developed. Each
head had perfect eyes. ears and a nor.
mal nose and mouth and apparently
each head had connection 'wth the
lungs perfectly developed, for respir.,
lion was for a time perfect In each
head. The child did not live long.

POLICE CLUB FOOTBALLISTS.

Riot Narrowly Averted by Blue Coate
in Atlanta.
The crowded lobby of Iho Kimball
house. in Atlanta, where football ci,
thuslasta had assembled to aelebratle,
was the sebne, of a lively row latI-
Thursday evening. policemen 'drew
billies and p!stols and several young
men were clubbed by an officer. One
policeman had his coat torn from. hia
body by two hundred college boys who
were trylang to rescue a prisoner who
was under arrest.
Several arrelta were made and
cbhargea were preferred against the po
Itceman who used his billy. The affair
erected the greatest excitement and
the police leeiari that a. riot WaS nar
towly averted.


i'. I -
u rth'te Minitera Gather l
I ald&ao vi* foir Thifty4pevnth
Annual Conferedoe.

The thlity-aeventh annual session of-
the South Georgia conference of thi
Methodist church, soath, Was called cc
order' In the church at Bandersvill-
Wedneaday morning by Bishop Joseph
8. Key. There was a large attend
anPe of preachers and laymen, besides
local visitors.
Bishop Key gave out the old hymn
"Jesus, the Name 'Igh Over All,"
three hundred -voicea Jtining In the fa.
miliar music.
The bishop read the scriptures from
Psalms and the Sermon on the Mount.
N. F. Smith was elected secretary
and then several assistants wore
chosen.
The entire morning session was ta.
ken up with the roll call., hli appoint.
ment of committees 'and receiving va
rious reports.
The preilding elders of the different
- districts read their reports, North Ma
con, Savannah and Thomasvillo dis
tricts being In the lead. Their report.
were exceptionally fine. Dublin dis
trjct also made a good showing.
Pastors' names were tnen called
characters passed, and their reported
made.
Bishop A. W. Wilson, of Baltimore
visiting bishop, was early Introduce,;
to the conference. liHe preached th,
Thanksgiving sermon Thursday morn
Ing.
Several connectilonal brethren wer'
also Introduced and spoke In behalf
of the causes thcy represented.

RAILROOAD8 IN CONTEMPT.

Judge Speer Cites a Number of Offl
claims for Ignoring Order.
In the United States co.art at Savan
nah, Wednesday, Jud!e SBper issued a
rule for contempt against Presiden,
Milton H. Smith, o. the Louusville anm.
Nashville railroad; W. Hale, sup2risi
tendent of the fourth 4ilvislon of the
Seaboard Air Line railway, and W. 1U
Denham, superintendent of the second.
division of the Atlantic Coast Line rail
way, ordering them to show cause wh>
they should not be attached for con
tempt for disregarding the order of the
court. The case In contempt proc(de,'
Ings will be hoard at Macon Decombei
14. The aoss In which the proceedings
were had is that of (he Interstate corn
merco commission against the Lou's
villo and Nashville railroad, the Flor
Ida Central and Peninsula railroad an-,
the Savannah Florldla and Westerr
railroad, in which they claimed that
the rates on the P. and A. division o'
the Loiilsvlle and Nashville rallroa I
to River Junction, Fla., In conjunction
with the rates from that po'nt to Sit
vannah, were so high and so tnret
sortable as to be prohibitory. On Jiiul
21, 1903. Judge Speer rendered a de
cree which sustained substantially tht
contentions of the United States coin
merce commission. The decree wna
accepted by the railroad officials nam
ed above. Since the service of.theo d
cree the railroads have practically palt
no attention to the terms of the decree
In consequenro of which the Unitedi
States commerce commission flile.
the complaint that the Injunct:or
order had lUeen violated and asked ilial
the court Issue a rule against the il,
fendants. The rule Issued accordingly

NEGRO WINS HIS CASE.

Alabama Registrars Turned Down by
State Supreme Sourt.
In the Alabama supreme court Wed-
nesday Justlac Haralson decld:.d an Im-
portant case. that of the Stnto of Anl
bama vs. Peter Crinshaw, a n gro m
Limestone county., renshaw apphl.I-<
to the registrar of that county, miler
the constitution, to reglsler h'm Ihat
he might vote. This the registrars r,
fused. Crenshaw then produced do-n.
ments showing that he had been a fe-
eral solddler. The registrars agail rn'
fused to register him. and he appeals.
to the courtsia. A Jury of the cilircit
court decided In tho negro's favor. Thr'
state solicitor appealed the case to
the supremo court and that court now
dismisses tho cease.

FREAK YOUNGSTER BORN.

Boy Baby Comes Into the World With
Two Neck avnd Two Heads.
Mrs. William GIllespie. of Philip,-
bung. W. Va.. Is the mother of a mni.-
child which has two necks, each
mounted by n perfect head. From tho
shonlders down the child was perfcrlly


habitants and all property.
The re'volutionists entered the city,
,nd the provisional government will re-
nmov6 from Santiago de Los Cabeltlros
to the capital.


LARDED BRF F.
A lilt orf shoulder or nrome other itn
expensive piece of beef makes an ex-
cellent larded pot roast, and when
properly prepared It Is almost equal :.-
a good rib roast. A lean cut which
wotald otherwise lack fat Is most suit-
able for larding, and pork which Is
firm and young Is the best. The strips
should he cut about as thick as a
lead pencil and three and a half
inches long. Draw about two dozen
Jardous through the beef with a lard-
ing needle and Insert. If dealred, strips
of carrot and onion, using the fingers
and a small sharp knife. Meal treat.
ed with vegetables In this way is said
to be daubed, and larding and "daub.
lug" are characteristic of the French
a la mode, which la generally made of
a piece of plain round of beef and
roasted in The pot until it is a:mnmt
as tender as a fillet of beef. A lard-.
lug needle costs only tea or twelfe
cents, and should be a part of te so t
At of every homsehseeob3P .l Twil Yw 'I
Tribune. .
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General Wood's Men 'Make
Bloody Raid Upon Rebels.


THREE H HUNDRED KILLED


in Five Days of Fighting twm Thou-
sand of the aIslnders Were Put
to Rout-Treachereos Ambus.
cads Laid for Americans.

A special from-Manila says: Three
hundred Moros are known to have
been killed and many others were cal-
ried off dead or woundebfas a result of
five days' severe fighting in Joo be-
tween the Amer:can troops, under Gen-
eral Leonard Wood, and the Insur-
gents. Major 14. L. Scott, of the Four.
teenth cavalry, and five American pri-
vates were wounded.
General Wood landed near Siet
lake, in Jolo, November 12. The Mo-
ros were soon located and fighting be-
gan immediately and continued until
November 17.
Major Scott was taking Panglims
Hassen, the Moro leader, who had
been taken a prisoner, to Jolo. While
en route, Haasen asked to be allowed
to see his family. His request was
granted, and thereupon he led Major
Scott into an ambuscrde. where the
American 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 Mords were
driven across the country from Slet
lake to the town which Hassen has
made his headquarters, and where it
was reported the Moros were 8,0001
strong.
The rebel position was attacked in
the flank by the American troops, who
occupied the town and inflicted a lose
of fitty killed on the Moros. Iasnsen,
with a small party, surrendered. The
rest of the Moros went Into the
swamps, out of which they were driv-
en on November 16, leaving seventy-
three dead behind them. On Novem-
ber 17 the American forces renewed
the attack on the remaining Moros, of
whom forty more were killed.
The reb*l forces have been literally
destroyed by these operations, and
General Wood says the indications are
that there will be no extension of the
uprising, which was handled without
difficulty.
On November 18 General Wood
started on an expedition against a
body of 2,000 Moros who are In the
mountains back of Tabilbl. No news
has as yet been received in Manila as
to the result of this movement.

COLOMBIANS UNPACIFIED.

rress Continues to Criticlse and Do
nounce American Government.
The press of Colombia continues to
severely criticise and denounce the
American government for its action In
Isthmian affairs 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. Preal.
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
Royes before deciding upbn its policy
as regards the new republic of Pana-
ma. The general opinion Is t( at there
will ; war, but that the government
first will do Its utmost to. effect a dip.
tomatlc arrangement.
The belief Is expressed In govern-
ment circles that the United States
senate will not approve of the actiop
of President Roosevelt regarding af-
fairs on the Iasthmus. All parties In
riogota have offered their aid to the
government, and ovdr 100,000 volun-
ta-ers have tendered the* eervfces In
the event of the declaration of hos-
tilities.


REBELS RULE IN SAN DOMINGO.

Articles of Capitulation Signed and
Government Changes Hands.
Thle articles of the capitulation of
San Domingo were signed by Presi-.
dent WVos y Gil. and the ministers of
the United States. Belgium, Haiti and
paln. Tho conditions provide full
guarantee of the protection of the In


ments by Bishop Key. uienut store in Brooklyn. oin Stulr,.iy
-In a church at Canton. MiKs.. Miss light. T'ho one to lwhoml"'' l' "tii
t Belle Kearney created a sensation oy was standing on the corner.
charging that Bishop CGalloway pro "How do you know ?" tic tIit .i
vented the passage of a prohlbltion the detective Instipet was aked.
bill. Oh, it's easy to pick them." h, ie-
lplied. "There's nAnotherr, and th ti.i
-Fierce fighting, in which the po anotherr" lie pointed to two ..; .;.
lice used their clubs freely and twice whlo were n atieriing :I.!: n.d 1i '..
their revolvers, marked tho opening one yetung, the second geuy-li-tl. ed i
of the State street cable line by the smvloking t 1igarI. "Now. I st h i-.v
Chicago city railway Monday. there. widl tli hanby b oi;gy, 't-..
-At New York Federal Judge La- the lpeak.r c-otinaed. "Y4o: .1,' t
come hau refused to turn over to C. Make ary in'st keIo :u:t Jiimi. 'I' it
P. W. Neelythe $20;000 cash ball wives are il, the store', hieudiig. "-
which the latter deposited when ar- week's allowruce n:id the uinmei tis
rested for complicity In the Cuban a department ore kow n liit
postal frauds. In his decision the a"Therel Wasn't I rioht?" he .ket' n,
Judge spoke of Neely as a thief. n woman camie out of the lto'e .-.k ,
-Panama and'Cuba were discussed walked away with one cf the inti.t
In the senate Monday, Senator Morgan After a tine antolher woniati oipp..',-d
severely criticizing tho course of and was joined by one of the tu-niii'r"
President Roosevelt in the Panama at. Ing rien. Then out co toc the wv) i '-i
fair. Several senators objected to the who belonged to the bnby lt: gy, .1 ni
Newlands resolution Inviting Cuba ;o after depositing an am.fiil of .-ial
Join the union. racknges at the feet of the baby litI
-A long cablegram has been receiv- party moved oum.
ed at the war department giving de. t Ilowd of hyou conu.a o not:e thl .l
talls of the recent battle with the Mo. sked. t oat
ros. Details show that the Moro forces "Ih len'ed It t experience," was It.s
were cut to pieces. t y xp a swer.
I -No secret Is made at Washington Just then helie lifted his hat to a win.
of the fact that the admInistration Is an whio came out of the slore. lSh
making preparations for a possible I lipped her hand under his armu .tIl
war with Colombia over the secession lhey walked wjiy together.-New
of the Isthmus. York Press. ,
-The house is not disposed to ad- Lesson For Leap Vear.
Journ until the senate acts on the Cu. In England leap year is supposedly I
ban reciprocity bill. The two houses I confer upon' the fair sex the privllege
are likely to clash over adjournment, of choosing life partners for better or
-The senate committee on military for worse, but the custom Is more hbn
affairs will send a sub-commiltee to ored Il the breach than li the observ-
Cuba to Investigate the charges ance. The gypsies, especially In Hlim
I against General Wood. gary, enjoy and make a very exteitnihe
-Wilam Wise was acquitted at r- use of the right at all ties, i accord
B once with am n:mclcnt c tsgo:n. Th.us I
mingham, Ala., of the charge or mur- mnarriageable y:t.lg gylpsy girl in the
during Silas Latham, the alleged tra. land of the M:.gy rs, s soon as lI.r
ducer of his slster's fame. I heart Is smitlcin, takes good care fhliat
-President Wos y Gall, In his effort the sumiter shall hear of the havoc lih
to bring out a peaceful arrangement has wrought and have a chance of cont.
with the insurgent rces which are soling her. With this praiseworthy ob-
besieging San Domingo. commissioner Ject In view, rthe bh a love letter li,
United States Minister Powell. the Bel. tilted, places a col:a i ia piece of dough.
glan minister to Haiti and the Spanish i bukes t a nd throws the billet doux
consn] to visit the Insurgent camp. du i"ung the r eight into the bed clhiiulr
The insurgents, however rejected t-I of her bridegroon-elect. Then ala lpos-
peace proposals. l sesses her soul In patience and awiltl
aeprosalsd levelopmeuts. The Bt'rumese mintlde
-Germany has chosen J. B. (. Bec't. begins her marriage campaign it a
er, of Texas, to superintend cotton n It1' earlier s'age. In order to get to-
growing operations In East Africa. gther a goodly gathering of young
-Three hundred Moroes killed and men from whom to choose she police
as many others carried off dead or a laup in her window at night-it is
wounded as a result of five days' fight. known aIk the "lamp of love"-and pi-
Ing In Jolo, Philippines, between the tflees ll those youths who are candl-
American troops, under General Leon- dates for the order of beiedlet. Ir
ard Wood, and the Insurgents. sunny Andalutla the peasant girl
-Indians of the Six Nations in New whose heart tha8 been stolen bypa slat
York pronounced eulogies over the tasty pumpkin cake and sends it to hi

Mrasket of. Harriet Magreat white mother home. If he eats t-and the Andali"
Massed he orn Maxwello Conerse and slan girls take good care to make it
ased he horns" to Joseph Kepple.-, highly edible-the pair are forathniVith
Informing h!m that he had been select.I betrothed.--London Telegraph.
ed to take the great white mother's'
place. Heats or Hapabrg.,
-Negotiations looking to a treaty of In the imperial burial vault in thel
peace between the rebels and the gov- Church of the Catiatt g, in Vieuna.
eminent of San Domlngo have been a row of ntore than o 1 crys:al
opened. There will be a suspension Of vases, mounted in 14 and topped Ity
hostilities In the meantime, a crown. Each of thbee i'es a ntalus
-The I h heart or a dead HtlWb;XE',I nea -
-The teammates of Chicago have re. bre of the Imperial foClty; .In the
Ejected the ultimatum of their employ. thirteenth centiurythe oka Francis
em and an order for a strike, in whl' idied1 0 lS tzerla d W dl4Wked that
80.000 will be Involved, was give. his heart should be reamovel aqd sent
-Burglars at Marion. a., atte Vienna. Ever aiua t g eetori has
ed to cut oar dith ion pe., attempt. en observed in the t fa1tlJy.
secure her diamond Sringpp's fers to the death of a r ear 2 = beacsrt
craMed anrd the brings. The girl ti remuov!d and presac -'rd if cr3ysal1
-At Crycatal Fla, at an early ho s In h thse tal ow 1. J
uaUdq mo Fla-g y e boou b ch Tases and ,coDlia
the amor li lackmen dynamited The seawlg ( ani onsm J*
the safes i the Comast Ln w depot'sand alte ,iahsea Wh
the patat om ee,-, t1 ,- s ,t15ie


V inw, 4,4-4"1-wil i
','Kaae ,lea..leo._as


Asream o tothe hsito.y, OSe the legend
Tuns Iisat it was rW1t'1f11wid growing
r' Summary of Most. wild lu Arabia. HKadjI Onair, a derv-
rlf SuvmmUary Of Ot ibh, discovered It in 1281, 0i17 years
nImporter.t Evente ago. lie was dying of. burger In the
of Each VDay. wilderness, when, finding some small
round berries, he tried to eat them, but
-A committee has ben appointed they were bitter. He tried roasting
by Governor Terrell to raise funds for thet, and these he finally steeped It
a Georgia building at the St. Louis some water held in the hollow of his
a Georg budng hand and found the decoctin as re
exposition. freshing as If hlie bad partaken of solid
-The supreme court of North Caro- food He hurried back to Mocha ,froe
lina has affirmed the verdict of th which he had been banishled, aud, II-
lower court giving Former Populist writing the wise men to partake of hlq
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor isaovery they were so well pleased
Seawell $5,000 damages for the egging vith it that they made Jhimt aNsint.
received at Shelby. rhe story is told that college was In.
receive bandits booted the bank vault Iroduced luto the West Inudies iu 1723
at Brunsond C., Tuesday morning, by Chirac, a French physician, who
dynat Brunson C vault and safe They ave n Norranu gentleman by the name
dynamting the vaultand safe. ey f De Cliux,,a eptain of Infantry, on
secured $700. ils way to Martinique, a single plant.
-At the trial of Mrs. Oule Tanner lm sea voyage wts a stormy oue, the
for the murder of her husband, Wylie r ssel was driven out of her course
Tanner, 'at Gainesville, Ga., Tanner's ind.drinking w ter became so scarce
father swore that the wife confessed ihat it was distributed li rations. Do
to poisoning her husband Immediately Cileu,. with nn affection for his coffee
after his death. lplat. divided hia portion of water witli
after his death. .- h Itt and succeeded in bringlig It to Mlur-
-In the federal court at Savannah, d sueed, although weak b not ton l hoi.
Ga., Tuesday. Edward J., Frank and tle condltlo:i. There he planted It i
William McRe pleaded guilty to ti grden protected it with a fence of
teen Indictments alleging peonage and hornlls garden watched It daithy unilfence toh
were fined $1,000 by Judge Emory ,1 .. matured, yielding several pouti's
Speer. $ of coffee, which he distributed anuo.m
-By the agreement of both the "pro tit Inlhabitants of the island to be
his" and the antiss" in Hall county planted by theia. From MRrt!niqtie
Ga., the proposed liquor election is to coffee trees its ttrn were sent to Saito
be called off In the Interest of the Domingo. G;uidaloiJle and other ueigh-
peace of lhe community. evergreen hliiirds.
-Dr. Cobb, a negro physician of Val. The coffee tree is n evergreen tbhrlt,,
growing iI Its natural state to a height
dosta, Ga., was arrested Tuesday on )f fourteen to elghiteen feet. It IH uistu.
an indictment of the federal grand i lly kept LI-rlumed, however, for lconve-
jury charging himnt with holding a girls niencei I) pi-king the berries, wiluh
as a slave. gr. ow nilolig the branches close to ith
-The colored 'Baptist congress ot I Isd:ies mui restieble iI shulie and celr
Georgia, at Macon, passed resolutions ordlnnflry clierries. Thie tree cainniot Ie
asking that a dollar a drink be mad- gr-own above the frost line, neither canit
the minimum price for I'quor. It le successfully grown it the trpii.-
Filte, uiot successful climate for it."-
-Congressman Thompson, of Ala- dtion Is that found at ni altitude of
bama, is fighting the creation of al~out 4(00 feet. Anything inuch i lnbo
postofce at Booker Washington's Tuq this I lit dahinger of frost, which is f.1.
kegee school, which will. if established, tal to the, irce, npd when coffifa i-
carry with the appointment of Wash grown much below this it reqli.:evs arli-
lngton's brother as postmaster. flial shade. which ninterially litnre.i-s
-Opponents of the confirmation of the cost of productioti itid does,* it
General Wood express the opinion that produce its imurketablo berrile.. 1liI
the military committee will report rfa owing to this particular requirement
vorably, but that It Is doubtful If the that coffee bs never been suctessfilly
senate will accept the report. produced In the Unlted Stat -
-The annual session of the North
Georgia conference of the methodist t isptting Ihe Miarriedt Mn.
church, south, closed'at Griffin Monday "There'm a umanrrIed ntnit," s'iil t
night with the reading of the appoint- itain 11Ito stood lit front of a ditr,1it-












MOWMIMG 'o.m
Ut lilasuit a. .snoqIsa.


MY M rouldet( i k? r
I g ihnq joyt hy reiL?
l the lthiiei ;
W s7fguiden hliai ?
'm" e forehead
a neT of t lao1ugi ai d i are?
I'' ol nK. inrg!1re Jl a lte., o le |'t I.
l old "M" 114haL w(. 'deL tr,
meeting on the patlhiwav
stralne and glnt-c, enlI,
I tie eou ao iilm ninn a ndi .aminr
w ra adiy, .'runolIiag 't "

IK* rnt e aritv o tr'the fni
aar enL hopsr ai 'mithtli

S Is t disbelief in "lo ial
SeTish e ate or mise- T greell?
Thensuch blight of ntlu.,in'- nob'c t
I L "growing old" indcodl.


But tl silver thread thut c'linlcth
W.nitely in the ithinnll- mi.l'.,
And the ial!or w-Iit 11c e' lmtlll w'1as,
Need nut tell orf lIllerl.cm-..
Anid the bro nliii'r eormcat iw t aitlng
WVhere it on;cc w41a miLM-hbI0 iitml,
M .iy be im Ih i :'il i a. iric-li
(I I he |,iace 11 l Iu snlie i mI ,go., in i le i er'.
Alndl tile i- ll"i1-P quii k?,li i
L.,I 'w i t1 l tull.i. n li hiIe heliln t:a
. n1im in Il I- ji ..11,1 '.id.
hm 't1 i he l i' i i oi t I ,
4uire;y .in fel I tI hioi li-l ii
',-, ii t'it.a tm o-,- t f the lone.
Iii ll ari iiil h. jii.miiig Imllhwdy,
.-i Ir i.imaiin \carit dethiltnr.
(;I .TrIu i" ti l :hli hlatc (, -li t f.ill ir
IA l ilir i ii i>il. ,i ht, illnt i LIt c.
ir.la the in t o. fli, in Ihe Ir f.i'.d,
h\ 1i1 im lti u1 ,'-tia .i hleire6,s
\'s11.i by ay) ul' gi'roiin old.


HIDDEN PEARV


I-I (.I'tli Tl Trlunk .'l, i-
SIiit IaUi l a lttI t ul t Ii .u .
It Unit ilintuit i lilr ti'
i tnmrol nl Ilt' liiu''ailli m i lilt
liit (il fl'imum i -:ii' IIi I'.
olebnbi g
SA.yvllt wlio i.had Hlilr ii vmild tlii
w world oil u ii Is l tt-.t'l- i il 11 rI illis I il
e8 13i(u miles of ite ilIt,' i a-3iclinug tIria-,.
oi eurtlih.
It is miidl oif iinkLir. .i liind itm '-inili
growth follund 111 .tl.iilqy : io liIi | iI.1 .1
Blliut bn iaiild till \Vlun t 1l -I. II'
"fline an d mixed i wit' l iliu I lil. yit',im .
a l ior'iir-liko iailsu;11. init I hii h 1 i .it'-'
a tilirfiice to lthi u roi, i s liii il iilI
Ssmiuooth i. I ltiitli:t i'd ai.la,.
But once tilli. ',Int lii I I 'ii
through ihe kiin;t:ir retvc i uo i -.
native sailid. hli'iln Ie I Ih i illi' ,1 Ill
Grand Tr'1 Ik ironiid. whitliii ia s i il\\ nl .
kept lin rep ilr t 'or lit i ij i t l.t t i |il,
asphillt, whilo on Ct Ili -iti- iof III
track is :i lirldiI lin l' f r Il.a i\i 1 iioll
try trnflie, wh-lir Ilit e i.ry a inll lih. :
foot thlic ikunit theo lrinaidtwhirrtul i.\
carts lnise ii lpillir l' iof iuist i- ii'.
.proceed naid lfi\t- a I tri l like I i \.ila,,
of a thlip bohei mldlihin.
Ont ench sdu if ll. n in l II.iui i.i :I
row of rcees, ilind oli h u li hil.' u' il
side trai'tk is i'Id u lt0hier rlimi. T'-l -i'
uro thi ta four lowl, or If t -s in :ill int
shield the IwVyfilvl'.irY I'roi Ilitl ilum I
erableo hcut iiid gliire uof ltil \e:i-nial
all i.
Along fills g21'-nti liiilh y it ill- ii.ini
sided Ille of il lin i: -i .,-. miil nh.ili ,
It Isl peoplled :il iiii, 4 nlhir'l.v 1.. !
nliitves In (I ir h' ill i iilln i I, lliil .
w ill bit're hIT i ii 11 .- .\.i I.

'hlie s:iluilh I.p't. It lai n i li I.n liu ii I

FItt. Iolih 1 I 1aii in ii 11
R id lea \' Ies I li iiin' t lt I l l i .ii i
to u11Ca"7 i -1 !oh i l o t'l .I w iiiI 'it il i
oft' progrl'ss. ll ., u ilinl Ihli ,r ll. i i iin.
con gi irn ni ill. <. i' II l \\ i i ri.'V 1 \\'. 11
Uiiid (lita if'rpli'tl unith l il im I ,l"i it
M o lllluilleIdlilll M 0)lli |l 1 :1 I NiI l' l l 11 -1h,







ut o liy if i Ie t ti' l i sl i l l i u h i I Ia l i
I1 iIinicm o ct lor ;t ti tiut iit r < %%I m t' .
cr'lit c-ruln tIll pil, 'li, la-.i



Itath' l t eu i th lit oil .it .ili ll lht i':'ri ti
helilreill, tlrniIs tl ira t i :i if i ai' .Illh I r i









lurIIIiIe I. f rit hat ;i a u la T:1. 1 1-i I tit'.l I II.;
bll'31 is r'o liht i o f I% larI.1. i. il4 i'. 1 i 11 i
n o t tio lI--o. li ft I 'i' '. : %,' i't. t i -. 0 1 ii I
]lld illll pe kla lt \Vl 111ill l l ;\i, *.11it h .il
l y o f e i ll l 'r -'i n l l l i t l l i l 1. i

hilit Iclinv s hl ln' i u hl inil .mli lr: I .l ii.
bpforl' tl haI ti li -h.

er ) e tontit-i st mlil i l ilm i ll i in'
iiirm'-s l m3.im' i wii ilil t Ti n,' i m '-i i- a'







eongi'.y al:np I l- 'nIt.- I t'' rt.i 1i
f ;l li< 'o \ \ lill> tl> l l l ,i l 'l ;. n'l l I h.
lgurA boy fli tli t ul' I" 11 if tilt hli l l'














sc'aurroumit!ed lay at s :intut l am-omi m t I-itliul
ahad child eu, utlittall uInh t'- ia tall Ih,' i'.
pipal tree. i enlg I t m -n I li;t in11; llt i

liA fIt- lir Iut-li ll t i. i-l only I' t -- v
SlI1h0 i cil ih. It i lt I niilii- u lin i Ii
(anlal ill.s -rtli 1 l|lmia it l ltint 'a ,l t ti, li
LICO '1114lJ t ,I 't ) -'1 lh,'.l.
A herd o l' ',it l. i r nii-lIr t l ilatl iI. l



lin f Ionl tofli 111111 W o\\'i I' Ii l i- r I'lii





>oi-ot le l (i''t t i u II I er i i n il .lg a ln-
btieellL'h laniolI.tk ,g lia-k liiin gai it.







tbh' o lttm'lilt 0'. 'oll tl i airln. ;i fir tlat-,
lmerrily ioll;l Ih lilt ,. .ii' "*r lli.il.
ontry bnflmyi ig n l. ..iiiiio ii Il1 i fli
p assersby T1w n o 'rofil ,- lt0 iiil miii.' .r? .
Alrropg un ded l i n m l oiT viio i willilil
intd clill lren, F ativnal u i- d lr i l niirt li.hilm
pipal tree. openhim liia'l hlint lIt i'll i"t'"
ri le ths nite urn iti'l.ly -i 1 11.Y O Vh \'10 11
toer two EngInotonis nliimiil.
at their ase. ill t hii. j-1 l .t l tly hi
n loin cloth, w. lhhlilt on iWh .in h>lt.







ind ll soiie bite in ii' 5ho ii i.-y W itt
l i c h e It W i t rl- Ln i 'll' hi l d h i cli' l hl
ti front uf hil Il k too alh ,.i- I'.ilh-iiP :
F-oldle rso w i4th li.he h' '1t- u :199Y % 114.
1)'eei.he n nil llrg h.l' .k pir.lm ill'is.
Saggcrlan tliroiugh ihlwI6 .iTOll wiill
Tbhe coiientempt of 1 v rhe ii' fir lil th-
t'0t: n'ry bnlpkln.
Along t. partly fr lighti eSr ili 'l
Trl r k,lylilai. d l tlehs two, nc. .\lllthan l .l'r
fallen & rlilnri' oune titi It l'llr ow ii
b etr tw o E llg lis li i ie li iv* i'o .1i ili nl."
But tlor u h.esp. It i ei .ii-t'" 1rI1'tr '
dlia'U e o07 ff o m-its ito llIl e o i e of il te i lith sii nli Ih ,, d.II-

160i i A( l C' pl t<, elilh two,."*r.
their in lqS ilajlti as ill, orhtletoii l mi
uomegarl. partly L.i; lln'g ln 1111 l-
hsnira ra il pitrily Lo i .Ol lintit I.h m;r




fallen "f \iA a frodlen.i Hihter wil ii-
pnlrotn. ,
Bt l *t *l i gh phth fiCro w i mere lurn t





To he hil plo tvilinlgers salsin'utm to
them t. heeir yionpassed.ll te o-hul-mn il i
lace to the ankle, the sign of 't.he






-omitiell ep them the leer specially rat-
auomeltbtf'> tthe.inblihh' Slid ern the
llniaiaerlsaluted dillem. Although h lin
frol thtmkptrtittcIdqlen trinlu. flhi1
he sle of hi of the n odnlu. aei'o'


t*ieWi ly pls ad, tse Moliweiriedei'i


.i.'- Mliha;.M ielil. were itoularor
" ;iatlglent. They hn d leenr
ct e^-cotautry tour whon
**^^j| ^thy 4m *, s*~udern
',a'nids w ee p. e3-


-'lI 'i HiduII i ili' -.vai. Tll .y levied Ii "11,
li i l n IiilU IO i Itiilr\ ILl'u1imh whihl
II1.'-a ii, m-tinI. ti*|- |uii,.ll,i ,,f iVtltazl iliti

iri in; I. It li- i.ii.ia i. rti' ii lth Id t ihel
'1 ilii ; i lin. i% lii i i I ,.y l w i ill liei t% i
ln o sl.- iin il lI;iled lull) citilll tli,..
Tl'ie i it.ligo lii-,. :- ilh'al hi' isi-l'lo .
firlil i t, i .tih i i i"r I o ii se I'ligill liiall.
s a ;:m't \\ l unititd iildtliy Inld Ila'
I,, 1I ->1 th'. MI 1 lhei i llllr oiV\ rr iIi l.r .
In II. ih 1 I\\ in trl t t l* i is litik hi' ll n'-Il iI
.;iii l m l a-il. M liil. i li i \ll.i' rml' rtI '
11li 1. t lit l.il' hlntliitmi- lt li' i ii- dii-
l.' i. 1 Sl ilic.l r.htilill t.- I i n l iri.v Sallil
INi i\VV nIa i ii l i ;i i e',I uin-
m l'm I, il. i l I il iry. A Vr l't i ln'IAI

, liil l .111-*I l'l i |i -lj Ill.' iib- H ill, ti o


1.l l i\ ;i cli's ,th l l i lin," hii ld .l it rli-.


l.'il,'.- bi i .-' in nil lilnei. \ h're diul-
Ii t-l i'.f I diut'li IKIuw yo twct'ci' 1i

I iill niil. I Ipleki Ld thlils tip In a li'o
t.Ni'l.1mm ,iu0il Ilhiu otii lla' Il. i. liid
ih WtI l" i1glllhl t ,. it L Imltlil c lltl il I(it

!'i ', 1."ly nly n .mlnue ligure wil
l tii i ill I.I d.a lli| i. i tli l'wi i Si low l-yi
.)\\;iril I i I :i l i' tiil \ AifI .\ ll, im it llt h 1 l iml itf-id
hit 1111hiCu41i01 1S CO hat Pu-on it
n,.,l.r-i, ,' i ,.,,r Ii'rin'l t his com pm :l-
i,. i i itl .1:3i i .
h I II1.i 1ii1 1 i i i 'r -ii-,, Is I -fl I li' st tll r'

ii 1 i t i ".H .- i li ni- for11''.''
i 11. I've ml. li t ( n ;ill iilt l'i all Pr
t-Il tI(.' 3m-a- l- I a; 1 ull I,-'aiir glhi to itall
il1 ;1' 11'. :lllnl l'\i *',*ll hilml watcl i-. .tin'- %%l I ii. ii '.-', l ti.' I tri to (tsh -
S i -, hlii n.i I In iln i'' uor f itr i"illtfer'ilt
at it. I-- h ,'i 'It Itl- .I s it ih'II I 1 .'
P il l i, m l it-i i i r. lmn ii'll ill'ss oilly
,i' mit', l -'i t Alila %.. t11' li '-ull' g ll
.1 im l' i w ihl' \\t i lil, 'w lit Il :jI lie getl

"1' I 'l.11'- .i.i-i I' .ill I imi nl n i liM ll
;-. I i.i, i h I .i l l imh I3 i -i a in iy lie

Slii: ll I'n ln tiu l. In'll li' Itun, i tin ll l :I
|I, li; ri-t i i liu l t t I I ii huim' i ftro it I Io
i l l ) li, t. .m |t;ill u iu iiill iIa e fro lit o
Il h ,:|| fi ll 11 ll, 1.1 111-41 ll .| ill l l i e d lIlls
\uiilauntm1mi-, irlitltt l'i-'i over hii kllet-A.
"A. li .i l i:t .iumn ltth'i'. Iy ill Ithatil's
tlilty.'' ru itl .ini'i u t m, ii :i g r.n. '1I
't 0aiii i" i 1' l tilt)i- Iil. Iln mile int'
i ,,i r ll :i\t i. nI- 'ir' -' l iltl Ihn' iiiitu -4mm
~ i il I il l t 111 uin : l mp tri'rk, I
u i, i- l il n i I nit liv' .iijii r r ti y i< Il u l I
, ,miihii'ul alit piiiii in mnit-s ir.'"
il.i 'i' liink 1tll'1 ri ,a ll' oi y 1 gtrio l.
.ti i .% i t n 1 Ni l I i Ic r l l ill' "y
w ,., lit n I In i i .II- liui ltli i "' l'liti "1 XI'
h e ,'l 'l. I'iii I a : 11i .i.e iII'h ,ln il-atitu i lig
i i l i lli I1,,ll 1i lI' 111- :ii ill Il i, i-iI K
li In ll l ll ih 111- i l it- '. 1 ill l l l' III I
*,1 tl lii> n i l,,11 Ii I'. "

int'-. Hlln iiu t it hi I eli- ul s i f i ul"a-
ill. l hi rla. -m .i hu i t-i ti' r li, ill il l' hbt l-
i ;1in of Iml-k-a al' l
'll'm I-;ii.li.hliinm in Is: qiil plit In frt ont
i'r l h i ilatul liln *iiI l il ilive, l1111 '4il aIll
'irt in to I lls in l',lnw. lid wenti I atllinlh
tlio le iamei ltrik t I l mlii one. Ht l Ili ls
1 1 l 1 1 1 l it h 'r \ i -4 li l n i iI iit g l il tix ht < 'o li i 1
dl 'all i 'in- i : lalm i hli iltgr. In l il' th ar i d s
ir .ipp .rtil flrinthii Ah' ll. I tl <"41' aI mi11'
I'ro ll i lih I t ri Mi.
.\a t'" i tu hin-tl Ilh e i .uinl. ialliltg i'x-
lillfition Ihl I il 'lM ,.gVYl" 9"t i'a ill-
nilly l.iiln r g l il lhirt.-g t1 ll lt gl l tm lit
fell olill kil .m'- In tihl.- li lt ut IM if l
m.'.r's fu' 't. l nlit frialnt iu .ill.i auli tIhn'
groiuntil itiltl tl'" plaih mf ll i i llltt .
iid lit lorilly hl oiwl l 1 :i i liihtinil.
"tihl! i-ilill,. pIri"'l.:" t pi, ii lii a I ir lth !iu l tlu l *i l' I. gui- t
Ini i. ;i", il .n.a .*i l illimna <'u l
S r''ii' m.'ipI'- lilt l Iln t illa y a t1 Ii


iiind 4 viHlonll.." -a;id l l > did I tell you 3 ohwi lu 'I. I 4 ,t.' ii'giii'la'f
1tiy- o11. aMn-laiff- luitlln." iisl ti.
gaVe tlhe I iaiiv.' 1 a klel 10 t) .ii* hi ll. z"
Illi ltc't a t I lni tili .ii i'!.
C(mi. holi.v o n'." vlili-l Ihi n cilit ir .


I rh Ilk- n p ii ail u. I 't I' t .i f
.f t'ilii"'e I hlimii"' I"'' sal't S1ueua-
ard li 'i1m1.- '" inim know 8iil' l i'iafi .y' r

crli m" biform' y. 111 ii' b" lmirgi'. 'll."
"It wlli im lion'r"- frl il. hjibiul.
tolm wno Ill," tilmitmetmliiri lg tirciubpt lle
l.Urk utiw Itfir" Illr'es l 'f i l* Vi."
l "'nhi l i .i n i h." cs I tiim-h'll "I
ivoalldl 't i'* aIltlI l i *" m uiab nk's anmrta'
now1 if I lhimi." lul ueti''-e alid
quiIatt) -. "
The pPtrl wai n rln'Pcid IP ow pl-

of opium. MiO. i '-ho owte w-
er uf the pearl''"
"Its owner w.m n i i.: mr wl .h'nt fl'olt
Ceylonm. whose senrant 1 lim lIP was
taking the peliirl to sell to n great rnjahb
in4H VJ-tta"
"Oh. holy one. the sahlb' ire some-
times zabbarulali, augr.y aie-i. -My
master fearel thlt If lie amtkeal fer the


pearl the x ablb tusllbt beat imin auu
take it away. But If y7o did not know
the value of what you 4d .ifoind, he
mint get t bit kek.b$ ea ." -
"' -laSffeesy- miSi,,iS-t u
*"rob,. 'S^SE^
>fcINN&lgiB~~rMi~~jriilf~M


.ac.eM with laihll. antr thqrjw, cotr.
fu the niglt aiud beat yoil O, the .toad
and take away the pearl by wo.'t. '
"Arhba, It fs well. You are forgiiveu.
Go.," sold Spencer.
"And the pearl' sugge-te~d the na-
tire. bumnblv.
"The pearl." r9nred preucer at tIOe
full pitch or his lulgs'. ".9or ke
butlla. You OlllP e here 111111" o-a'fess
to a plot to rob naud i murder its al d
then expect to get Lamck your accursed
prea:irl. Jao niknl jno, soII of Satan, lie-
fore I destroy yomu."
At this puddenOi o tlbnik the niltve
turned hastily anl fled for. hil. life.
lenvlng the two Englishnien convulsed
wiilia laughter under th(e trees.
"\''ell. our fortnul'os lrc lookingup'."
mait Spencer. "T.et usi have a- look at
this pearl of great ptle.*'."
Michell iprodhlcod tilte i lok of opitl
oibEo more, nud cutting It opeu they
found n pear-sihaped peairl about half
:inr luch long and of great luster re-
posiing iIn thi erputre.
"fly Jove." exi-laileilil Spencer.
"ttlint's soinethting worth hving. It's
worth a cool five thousand, or I'm no1
Jiudge of grini."
"\Whliat hlill we do?" naked Mitchell.
"Do?'.' erhoed Sptencer. "Why. whitt
should we do ilmt hurry into lBenares
to-ldaty niim tdfk' ther train for ('ulcuttit.
Tlihe riel of this pearl will sit Is iup
ih tiine'ss migaimi illn style. And i I have
no i''slreo to iateo four thugs nfter mni
on Illt (iraiiak l'riiiik."-Catiullltit Mail.

Tir I'e1r lusI'te rree as t'miri.

h tlitlli I t' f Vii'ol-hl. tAuitrallal. |il'i-
dicti Il h.if ll li it-1 lim'll.Vtyptuls ItmA' io


iiil1ll"T U1llii' j tl.iilm' r i ltd l< lit'e time
[ialia re1 i all mIals dlin'lliled to bti e i ll i


|biliv e o f .-illl it? l t11 t. 'll l l h ll l l yv d i.U -
iiltipi':m l'm. Mnun 11- Im'ip e lit tills t'rnill
r11 i.o' niow1 ritm illly eitlimtldirtistl |la( otII
I h I. t 1,, '.
T'lit' 'nhalyii ls faitmuily iIncludes naboul
I.0t diffl'er-it haet its, of trees, soite
it4llitmfed to 4liwilnl lS iisulti lowlh0 initmi .
wi ile otllihers- Ilmrite iIn nrd rl'glont s ilm:il
lit highly nImliidt ds. They nil grow rIll)-
Idly. iinld pt. unlike the otlhlr ritjlld-
growliiig trt', llity nre hardwood, and
tIh tluliitr Is exi'ellPnlt linot only fior
I'i el. hilt for iindulustrlial uses where'
sitr lglgli iii duirnlilllry tnr requirl'edl.
nVll' n II 'it-ll-ilyptali t grove Iu n vl in
i-tvi-li yeirm1 otl It Is big eloumgh to lie
rit lprtitnil fyIor woodi. IId l crops
'-.an lie tnke i off nit eqluail Iitervals lit-
1ittimiilply. 'The yield Is from fifty
lo nit'tfliy-lHe c 'Oll l III atr Et-
i:-lyplitis iI tl he grove of Ellwood
l:;lker. lail'r ml4 inti l i b rl ara. C l.,
'.Vlilvh iIt I- only twenty live years old,
iirr noIvW s big IJi oaks 300 years old.
Eluienlyptut culture Is helngl taken up
it I obnly in Ili s tcoeitlry. but In FrinitiCe
I 'nm.-m tily. SpNii nly. Ita ('npe Colony.
'It-.. i ml while lnine fllinres lmihave nie-
'.s.arily i'n i'rlierlilcetld lby remaOlm of
I'-r-ors. III i'tlit ias., tIll prospect Is tlhu
tl-i-i tre- will lt'fore manny years Ie
r 'c.(-glilz',il 11i itini otf htie world's lend-
il; mourites' f thilherr Iand wood.

Tltiist Work Out Westl.
'i''m i lnitm .'t that il itt ,r t lbrenks-nitsl
:-.il in ht iie igh naitlli dles. wnter went
i| tlle issIRl Ciippl Is a inlld tiid tilit-
ltrl:l thingI I hli coiprlllarison with o.l
l:mtric-rn wl'atber-the police of St. Ils.
o' Ii. Kinlimis i Ciy.D liver. lIn ftlt Il
:111 lt' lowi us niiia cttttl's. WI lge l'k'iit.
I,. % ill, nill i a .Ig il T hei w ide I')Ir
IIg; lanm i il l.. tl I' Iiiil'lOdiM. tilet' inlll lat
ill mmisiltililt' II tloir Idelillild foi" ur.-
slilt ill blonr'. (.'lroi rot' I tilhe fields
for' llck l lof ittR'Vt'tt.c 1 inllls tire lIle
for ii-; ti r illii tof drivpe.the lienvily
lit eimim ugatii-i tat their doors. The Idle
will not work no mlog ns Ihey c(ail
lig. or slntil. In tilh' West they lhave
litl l ri titit for eithe-r.
ln Ihe li 'ivrn tl'ty ileln itweek i're
arrl''sted a i Kniilians Cityi. dihrl'ag tlla
llm ollis of .ltill. July Iiiti Alugn ,t. t i
liollt wl' Ah Ii. l'iiHs r to iiiir'deu tIl'
-iiy wlil Illielr miiporl a n lid (aiBsleid
gil%' t lim -s ininI tIeho iiltiterlilItili of gollig
I.t liork Ili onKlly, niii ri hlighi i nai .ll
omi l ti. i in.kl l- eti, for l iti' h ih ro veie nt




In Ila i i il In1it ll lll im l ii gi'lnil oldf 'rhe
.lilt' i1iit i ntl", lwiaV. for th' settar-
la i lam1i t Illor. (' l 'oil t ia lm i'ei rI s Jiow u









I*ullt Itmdltelnl< t fad l taot thris ostil
o nali it" iw o o r ii m l I i li I i 'p li < lt to li lly
sOI' He ai n -l.c slh"ii : M fn lhly.


<'$pea'll A. i. <'hleffhere. who aonu-
!llillIfll'tl. iln Ilr cu'I" gnil leo o af M 1a1e,





it is. J tUrlit t owf Ihs Kn'l't. wa talk-i
I'u oell, m'lal'idii Ill f tihnl. rehoerpel' J
JI la '.lli 1 ta. ain I I l mlhital hi l Ios' o f t lIa


jI. it hns 1 ''
'" Oil, I'mn lkIy to Pget It lini k.'
n. iil ti- Irisilam-in. I for I've nadvprlised
It ini Iii t la n d found -iolu niiis of
Mci 'll m-n pprr.'
\'What riwi'ard hav y11 offereill?"
ol'our olinr11111 .'
l-':cur dollIrs? Why. nian, that's
inm t i f':ir i-wn-i for ii giol l Wtitch
%iorlt h m i.' liem fri'mil ixc'nlimiedi.
"" "\V lhit.' nlll h ( P ,Irilhllh 11n1. .ll a' I
whipi- m I'lm foolin' tin-iu. I'mii adver-
tiH l It n t at lver wntli.'"

llavw thlie lorr.-.ranet ouardsl Your i1ear.
(:onilliderl'l iig hiw n111m i till il t are -t
lily fl'or lt Koog I ig'.: Ifp.illim oulit it
writer In tiin' rurreiit Harper' n We kly.,
yonr property rlxht In tlie c lar you
tiny steemiiingamlarly restrlcted. EOim-
oi)nl hnVEm' got it Ilglhlt aMiMnd lwtw'ellt
Your teeth. you :i.y siatoke It I In l r-
feet security; but tup Ito that tlilUi lti
l'overi:menilt kreps a smiarp eye on its
Cl'tub atewnrds and superilnteldeaiits. It
nplpeari t, il. lately reg'elved untieor
that- they amstl iol serve elgaris on
trayp. Int always In Ibe loses in
which they .unie. If the club meuiberr
does int gio t' l i's cgIa'r atand a11t
pick. Lit ,ls OALw iMSr. (lVt S _. a_ st
L< arrivedd tp bU,T The iew rult 1i I
prr-caution agatpt the i ranItk of o -
ailing b. m .iseh tlab 0ipqtInud ca-
Ilrualtvo lp1ara witlb leateiwr o, ea.
ibc, tlk it As. bept ,i*3 rU imm'W4.
htIlejtOtht -.4
Nix OWA
^'*W 'tBB^gJiaI~BB^


A E WITN
--8

YTIANIA CARTER OF MARTI


fumus jfnm firitial l milu tl 3Mexi
9usa;-Hflu 56* War ar K
1;"5--lliS theW Wi.mers l [Il
Itoltii lll 8ueu old I
BY J. H
O iE we're wiltiing it the tll depo
Sin l lillinigs. M lit., .. for tli
h i, 4iii-o g tr! i'iials. Oiilt -.iiti
;-W ol e on 111 plirinIrn b io>. it
tto ill st, iii.e mscullii-a wo i ii
dri'Mesd Il iimen''r- villth-,. Oil lth liitbck
of her hlIe d wa is ts a'il ed a m \v psiiriht-i d'i
hlit. Nv'r.il" lii I ln hel r %%\ l:illipr h ,rl ii lli
fance' liintiaitilld d tI'ci'miimnmtlmii. tihilel ili
vliil l lil Iill'itsiiiIgma d fm' ii her r l bright
i'iyes.. '"That 1 aiplitil.." Saill i113 'lfri-uid. 1
thaeti' ni r.t riiiml alkMal' i li-.'i knai .:
t'lnm'aim etet- Imln lii. \\'i,.[i "' "ll',m -iiih
'la'li ilber lit i ll tih i.W I a i .' It I' l-b lt
iof W hlit 't. ll'-:" [ Inn till.mtt i% ii'-kl.,I
"'r1i' lih ihit n \llar < lili., if illny." % It li
lala iiK tilg r orl : lull, i .-rlohitily. -hi i
I'iilly 'wort'li lh i.' I kleiw iher li
thet ohld diIy-, tilli 1h> Mll- l, SI hell. Itl
uini goillng tIll illnli' li' ,L Oil. 11 llhl
ill lnu i ly: Yol l ain't I ll '.l wa Iy rl il
Itilltiing-. i-mt1 IIC 3 tl l i 15 11 a d ia'Ilt
foot thilt nimti-m Al fiilHli-. I.l'et ,a s
yoi'iv MrS i. I' hiit It rlt I hf l l iis i "'. '
"'('i Inlly .lim i l ltSnm- iS t rit imoI li fil lilt'."
twas lthe rtespoilnet'.
lhown thei lnitrllowil.' i Ilri lk Ihe trails
t ui' llmh Il'e l tl, skirhi'nimit, i ml itain.m.
u-'' .lic a. m ugi Ilr l '-lh 1m 1iiin,'a l iii ili'i -
l i ftll'rodu lh Ilt- -Iililh.ih d nlklill hill-.
Illorn In lr-lMi io -l? Y i'. laiat I'v'
l l'irn- tl i tili otl hi lit il'.rr, ti'lil Inlll lii
lhi' ol bllr a lit.il Ni. N I mlhiid'l' kI iui
.Iessl, .liiules lir Il' i. a Y inli .i' lb ysN. uor
ill)' otilhero jillhlllis; wils ntily tn) ul yi'-i
old iiint t we Infl." N o rit ntil iiterlr
lillli." v lloll i yn.v fi',lt l lll.I4 w ilh l it
lil'rIly aliuii ahimkr wi>t'i it i' Pl T. i'Fii'
OPvI''m l ye'iis l ly 111 hmly o' li t' lly lilt-
toit'ihed nli mily tlilk. I lin dl ilil a st
forgotten n ('ii n iltny .Jini'. wlit'' I 0 ISaW
the aotih-e of her dcleattim ol Aisgalt Ii
land knew thit one orh IhelintiOt unline
harll'atlers't ithut e''r thmyed 1at1 ariL I
Western history bud "iusawed."
BIRtTHI AND IAitLY (' CHIILDHOODl1.
Of hetr m'nrly cliltlhollonl Illh 1 -IS
known, r otbulii, i. fact. exi'pthl e i
stliltf'llt e tisande by 'olon'l Cut'odl, 'int
alhe wab oaIn w il I ll 'rcelton.ll Mi., In
1852. fc'Oml w11 itLmco sile IUlgl'igited t-it
years titer, fltelt Iho l'iitlh of hor
mnothl n. o Vlt'Klnhli ('itly, where cy il
Iliuim uliprliliK haC witas uepmiiratd
from lihe'i faiilly ind thrown t ui ern
own rel Itou rI'em.
A strasgei '-inoil nma Vih'Klnli ('ity
Rt hint (ai tl In which to eIichll i t i inilh-
ertess girl tithu l-lio. t of l lft. Nut
hlIf so red it I l iti ruby llmin roitk Ihist
wuallp hle indiiiK ilg t or hr e t ila'nitmii
HiaUins of Illa tloii thn llrin tl'PIils 1 rs Inlikt
bloody Iriagn 'le,. ni'trleltd tlt ir'l Iltn
y'ton of Ilt- r'lllll. ill iln m diy It r-
glila City Ih miocaotlitilid 'tlt h lynl Ilng
bet. vigillti.i 4'lit iltill t itllil n Ilil nlha
-'amreA. AlliaHt tlver'y old lu tllnig oa'
its long, naj'm'i v Strl'tet Iii ilt l l1Mtl'rv.
Vilth Iti i'i In l tlicn ps t Io sl li l i 'r
Ilm,. It Is illt o rlnriimpe lit 'tMi ilhla
'in ary'." for u i, maordlI Ii t) 'lCilouil
f'ody. w ns licr reall Imilinl sliulhl ih il"I-
ro m iii tulla l I cha lunt

learned to rilde like it miittlllu iid
handle her gilli with elithr hiauid w-lll
e(iml Plre ilp and skill. Iler nmore Ihi
local reimlailtloii ti l' n cri'k shot nlnd
durli r ridr.g togelhl'r with her iln.
fiiuehlig lin rvi, i itrilla led t tlie il'nl-
Ilon of (i eherh'l C('rink, will ni lamia lr la i
m'out under ('olint Cod ni. hlifo'O n'l
Wi-i out of thir l ICPrn i. II li a aIIlIa s in l 'r.'li
clahnfi~ tllit pl ip l ri it oti, tiimer n
iolillhr In ihln anriy, l'a a h ale m. lild
lier ties fomr t' .'nr' l i '1'i1-a. If Pil, I nll
faict I ndot lUiollh llo'd y "-llo rh eI r 1111 I ."
nItliorugh Hli eilrly H tltlitlctd iaima'i's glla'-
llaitrl m iil a n lwy rod ie itiHlar .A 1
lhouKh Wai-nll iat' erted lini ailgemI-m':iol
to a t fn11u l nl h1 M 'o iime a in ilmliiK'.'iui l
eiaray wht i i ii l'aillml, d>'illaig omit till-
spiI'hui Jgusalhp Ic li lit'nlf of il frlind.
No Usenaber of ii' vtiglnnlie;' i'liuiltlf'
was more na'lh'e air hIllmalexll. 'tt In
fever atrlckpla 'i-tipsR slIt' biam'i i'it'a'it
amid woiaaatiiy, ailiraltig fhlt stc'k, c-mrtaaig
for tlae dying.
7 COnTING AMI) MINING.
FIrom BrllMih ('olhihlan to Mexico
shIe tracked as scout or follownei mlu-
Intg booats, handlliag itck and auuadt
wilh the skill auad sirengtlh of a am111aa
mitd st|endllg Ihte Itfot'e'da of libe. yeu-
itre wlli'lavlsi hand.
trom Itakotma to Callfornlli sho it-a
known for h1r ce'eantrlettlc's aitad du-r
lig. alild wtv'lomed as a brnvo 'oiui.
wade anid Jolly gooi fellow at eovm''y
n'ampitre. By the Indlluiam sbe was rem-
ginrded ail ome leading a cliaruied lIfe.
lcoiw IPr lanic Wais claimiUgeci frnill
Ilirtliha ('sinary to Cnalnamlty Jmilii is
itold ly Colonel C'ody ln am thrillIng
sketch of WetLermi lif., it was In
1T72. aindl lhe

oulh i Dakota, wais poorly lunrined. -l
smiiall body oif troops. under Colourl
CKain, was standlling off an hand of
Iloux. Too far from iIpi to hope for
reltfornementts. they fought with thlt
desperallon of dtSpuir, selling their
lives as dearly as possible. Inch by
Inch the painted demonic drove leIhaI
back. clreling In. froul evary diretllon.
on their tough, wiry poniles, until the
doomed party was entirely surround-
ed. A sell aimed sulot struck Colonel
Egan annd he fell. badly wounded; at
the saRm moment a womiian dashed
through the sklrmlalhers, dlllmounted,.
lifted colonell ICgan by main strength
onto her horse, and, inountinig behind,
was qone before theo slolished sav-
ages suflielently recovered to shoot her
down. Not another of the stated party
lived to tell the tale of thil gallant
deed. "After him recovery," eld Bft-
falo -Bill. "Colonel Migan laughingly
spoke of Marthb as. 'Calamity J0ei1,'
eand the name stack." In cowboy land
the habit still prails of niamlg-eacrh
newcomer r from some peculiarity or
act. PrOslMaity to the ladan reser,
ovation Bisy 4ceount for the fact. lie
thal'as it ler "Clat0utl Jase" fa

eest-d o toU a. t tp.
SaXt1 AbAM*. Of
st.P..h"$$ M


I EALAMITY JANE.
,#l3l---

NA EAlIARY, THE WOMAN SCOUT.


e yfet JAr Ulitl allCinq mla 1Grit Fernuni
fili Nihilmlii---u Enrlii laiatito
rii ll t ife A liah lljii.

1. MZR IY.
l Indlan itllimbusbiadli Jack McCaul, thi
i driver'. wim disabled by AV an'ow. Not
e unie .f thllim hdly i"rittilald" milo0 dilred
al ii0i;iii iaIm ri'li:q Vit'ah n taitultihl
, hiigli itiil deililint crack of thel .will
i liti feurle-hs iiwoimn:i mounted thile drlv-
a er'r .solit anid di'rove tlie plniinglng four'
i lilorl-. l.lliin, n tinil,. ti o \t liite lhircl.
- .A IIItl, Inii-r .lin k .\lm' 1'aul iniard 'i'r l
S IPar frile i. V1111l Iill i lliok, i. n .ol.i
I ilo;)l. W ilh t1oi'll['i .i i'3y' Snd t 'clos
S setl lips. ('iltl ni h-iy iale'it l n lynul' ilig
I ptil nild, lit nl'm liia t toI am i.'o lio n l ('od%.
li i iLiL I h l"r gUlln & IIitiin '. "li i-ld 1pi"
t .m. itiill it li i i lil 'l-.r'-' t-hii-li r ai il' t
- lim'11ia l I ito N i.m lilt i 'r il'l ,hi l i'lvr-
I1 ii! Imt i4it01 mtd I ri C.
I w \VI':,S''I.:It. .\ ii rl'ill>.\ I'\1"I"%'r .
A I.ml1'...t" i 'i N4i 1 Illii i'tilii. r Iht .hi I
1 n 10r11 s 1 1 dii'ii im o Ilite wvoiiill. 11ill
i0ll1or 1 r,1 'lilt d l i1 In\'.ii l',\ -ill v 1 11
w wit' sl ( Ills i% 1 % iu rldl : "'" wo .I m IIIN gIl I I'll.
li im II 11 .In I'e wiqs lon hl wr Iny ftiil
.li)in t'.-owh i, N. IW., ti I.'11l iKlgstlo .ll nmial.
Iler I rthdliy m'ill ii'. for I lproip r i'ile.
iijl-itill. 'Tlila a-ii linit thom a'iv itowli of
>;ik t \. IS : unh drink uliuch, Iinil Ii
lillt -.li1lln Iti biliy's Il'gatlL tll no a'lO T
mi-r. \Vlih ii t tln m i leiiNllt' tha Invitedl
i 1\ 'i 1. lilt i in lln' In 'ir. Stlllli'4ll tI vio
i Ira-aflvl' ililimlim-. Ifor i vit-' t1'ita t drutv
sl iiiihik liaim ni"y imin il l t i. r I h illi .
Iililib olih llm-ia i'idt', lt. .IIt l -i'mml i,1 ,
i 1'illllllilll i-l. h ntir lt II I'a1 w knhit h1 i
all' ii'. a W ily i oi 'iiin lihii i. iiitll e 1 'y
il 11, du r inigi t hy dI iilhi.l1 ri ilil".
l li t ittl r ir iwIi l. fI isll hi y kItim l l- i t.l- I
I%% 11 in % iuimtill Ia't il li a t ilid t'i i .
Nilid II i-liu.1 Iliit n'l iliia n tla Ili l, il% I
ltul'l ilhi'ael I hnll miilo t ni f uldag' h ih I
luiwiii pin i-irlfily voilv. linv in ." A little
liitr. during Ilil P I'inm A.nmi-ilur-tiil .- x
pioltilotl, lit'o Wim iinadueid t1by ill(er-
i5tpil ft iitl In tgo I to llufflo. Ton liat
whild 1 IHli wI'U n liii. who hlnd Ii v4"
kinlowutla i w Itilaie. whto hlaitd di.|vIllantlon.
unid W hio al wnsys lind a lped oln a it
sihnid if tho diltlftlt Ilocumltilniv t ,i'
i.oll II tl' illicit. iviaH ilimitliAible. S it
hillp fed tla i 'titiia r1 or ll1fiihi li llll wI i
piitmht 'llt JI oy. 'I'd iln iaa hie ilil lleil for
fuinmai s o I'lii'ri ito l h old tnin lil ng
groi'oUlld l l t Nat tl I iilt. i'olr lit h alke of
ltip il en is i thilH I enther-bivnoten
diliailesd nl n i ii trial IIhi l 'lid auin e
yoaitg" girl. Colonel C ( l'o i'y Ilid lilac for
111ater rinlilm 0 a cg niilnlii o hint .'or in
hit o nlo h ilunlell va i i'lul ltt 111111119
inillum. ili. i ni l lltat ht-fli t Inio ilh
l timttm iiiiraliim i'. I.'iliamt hlalimir lhit.
Iiili nd eril to I tkolii. wit-re io ilrul.
eli'tl Iili.l m oltal Dia)ilmliri l, nav ll 11
hliislinll Ia I iDe aver. iim li l t ytiilnt r tlililn


t'rah In liti' hf vwia ill ii.' fit Ialatt
imn iianr wiiiIll, ivoliiaId for by tho li.s
ilm knew hrT wri-l.
lWIhen NIh aflip ih.l Ilite hill hlio4 d]l,41
lthl IeW te\'iti Wits liai'tigemm Into ill
'iic-llle rn hl. It witsi Il liiei for h r Iit
gn. I'nilll -ity. Io,. siinill hillia. flii will
lii, IiI'iilt'ihitlmitl 1 t m li tIh i -a. f'rl li" rr
IlI lmm'lll mi niaaI mali-li'hlt.Ke 'iuaiirliig '; 'i'iIalli
nil rii-'iil i'ma ift lIr't lin te'ti *"l't hli' l. aull
ot lltiillK ca(tip" will Ir'ai'lnli.I hi
"<'liprokeo Mill" ('"C liiilt'y Jiiie,. Iliu
'ile ii- aSc iaouit."

Tian l liver Who Wie lltr ill to irnl.


A 1ay mldr'ml 1' u Ihi t Il l iy Ip It tr'-
mii' la fi'iion f itn fillrnllil-r'" Ihi4n, ituil
tll' lim;Ini tipped I r'i TI'li' hi i It'nfleri
smiilli,' iltlmtili Iliatiin giedg,'i I ll niilll th eli
lim-rs-m IiliI te I thim lto i frenie; thlie
lie wI'in' t iinti n ipen'inll i tin'i, ficini as"i
dtr'or, aid litikhcl hIlliait o'(tiltt aila ind
hi- Wl 6ti him 1llflrl min h' h lad.t
"\%' lii'P Jimt at11111nK iIoIvn ti dcllain'1r.
my m'y'." Iht. fuini'iir rerldl, "Win''
3 fill itillt III HaIifI pmolla li't'"
"I'd Ilkei to," 1mihl tI' lby'. 'i0tua I lna1
nfrnl'il flt Iiir wIouldn't Ilk, I ."
"(ilt, hII, w ili'l milihi; yo p i.allt i-ilk
belltter itfltrl dilul.nr."i Hl ll l-x)'y twelnt
Il. After illnnier in itilp orf tii Wild
served.
S"Woln'tvul you l hi i i- a ill if tu'i,. Iill
boy?" nukeitil tIe fuirm'r.
"I'd l ik one. bill I n iir i iiifral ftulier
w amuldn't like II."
h. coint till.tt, hlikLe i a-a11 ip tf Itell; It
ol'tI hlirt your." i h lir' l1oy ln111111y
draitnk l ftr tt i.
"it ll lowati rll'," mt Ihe frn irl'.
"et' will '1 aiild ti liWii'plnlle' for i fi'w
liiliitl:ai wio li'it wnitiat to go it Io 'irlc
dir-ctly iifter dtlliner."
"I'l lIke 1o." aild ithe i boy. "ibut I
ail iifral'l father won't like It."
"Afraid your father won't like It?"
iainked h IPe l fl-irir. "Yil limit have aill
aiiltilly pnrtlliiliar fatlhier; lie donii't
eeni tio like aiiytlillg. I'd like to wU
lhim. lWhere is hli?"


A NOVEL SPIRAL *SANITARV '
---.., NURSINO ,
R. -.. G.TTLW.

The TIlBgh frldge ale 'wo.s th" Nils. ml. i- -4
ullPl, lg .lRil BIe nela,3 tihmie Wil kla-t Made in Two P ertp, s SThet the lg-

I hlum W1itcoin lrildg Itm' tiiiy, or terior May Be TbTiOuPlrty
M.ll'nlkae, tit a cn st of lliiltll 'lm' Cleansed. T
',m-k Ilna tiiouiluenced irli l.-r *il .'- I jll ii alin'nthorlty of tlhysLclnnsl and
'i *1,. mii their lrlidge op iln a o .I ti c mi nt 110| whmio liio idlitled the u matter
Slii l ii a i, f ro bridge e Apr'i .i. in. I i tlli,. n itgrait nimbieb r of ;-hidrel's


l1'111. .1l'ltOAC Tll O 10 tll)til.V: o\i:i Till: .1SS 1 1I' .T IIr AST.


1rhit I- Iih, illlt I i, li. lldgo b1L't ''t' l ,,-.' ,.. ll.,' till.,' II. till. IIlm l, Inllli ry
I i 1' m li 1111.1 l al.,iiiIh. l i i."l s ,lt 1 i.l' ,,i.ti ;,. ,, ii ,," i, i sint' i t le.
16 inll itl l 1 i 1-1 .'..s1 i> Itr' : ini4- tr e| il ",i ln I ,'n-.1 .,,1 N. e.ll-oI Iafao il lr
utof li l .llnl t i. I -l i il.l4 ItreVO fli''t io' llsisIl.. r i 1 i II,-lt 1of l i< t Illlm
Ilt7ive Imni l \;li 111;i11, I t. N I. 'lli lth I g h le t. flla 1.,i i i' it, iZ 11i ,,li lii ltttlll

It fill t ill .l lili i '.',. all.-it i11 i i. liil' I i mi'liir iid frill IhiLiu f l n ii,'r iil i w hilcl


'iTio ih'an it aor, it hipir l ii ,iiiii.mi l %i 1 '
oinllcilvo' d by I le" li m hii 1Mi ,Iliii IC M1 r
y., it rI'i'ille'ia t of r ti ry. l ,I ll-


iii aatil I lit g ound ih Uil uipuin wh'itI it is
Imulti 'fI taii mIhlm 'I In view 'itl to
ti'sill t11 -1 iiir' i 1 itn liha' woi uldi notI n -
mnilml nl' ithi- lril.m-lInt I l lish ti'sll 'atlr tsill


uir tlia illm ulintid ill m il' c ip li It i allI
'hit %ItJu illt l li' s II iira lan Mi li' m i'i' m IIiIc
P'it y itim il. n iii l e l I 1i luina l ln'ii 4
Illid II .lil l 11.4 riii-\my Ilk il, ld'l l (III IhII'
allrIlIKhIl liippui'i li ln i ll i o1(1 pp li*te i'mll
of ili. Irlilgn. Thi, groulind enlllioed
%% I iln Ihi, plir'i l 1111H e itn cl i v'ellrted
into n pirk. ith ln ll AnIirrhilll

THE USE OF TIHE
WIND SHIELD
BY HOISE1MtE N.

Itrninge t( IIy, thit sin i vell rIi \h %li
ihflive Imi' tih wlind slillial with t' ilm--
I, t i inI' li t \'- 1 i lry iilll lt1hii| IInt Im -
11R v lul wlilli<>1 111 rl\i'rn \iliorW
lI rner IIll',I 1.1 i ll ( o ilh hlr i, '1 ly I|||1


-hi s


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ANItrAIT NtlllINU lnriITIr.
vietlihmt htpali for Inunduli ng ulu 'lti-
Inug iinul Ithe nliple fritte ind tot Ihe lop.
Iri-n thma nr< a oini'i wlanit dmlniat ito
ilrm-nIn in n Ilho.li't itly Iaiiltary ial-
IrIr. mi the |h arinwe at th1 114 ltot n Ia ol-
miinti nilt of rtni.h iviln will Ihli
iri-laI'.s spiia-l'Aimly d.l tihd' for tho pur-

InImlli' I of irll |i dI t esig l ulll to oter-
ii''. lliem, dithinliuars nlid dl -llaidvat-


llW\\ '1N11I \'INI) ill .fii( 114i i' iN' i 'II OIt ; 'TIT Itll;C( tIt HItEAK.
I,#; I'l io)'lI'T I AN NI Ii .'U IN.


l ,\1% 'in l-',hlM r ihill Ihllu l II t IM WNI' ll
li1l-'I meiu' Ii n I I li I I l,'ilaI t fi lllt l,
T h40'l t Il r li lll-hi1 lilull l p o Ill114
'lirii, lint Jill l mIt 'Iv hi at I hl li lt, I II t -
vl, il- i l'h''i Is lihi' ei'il tif a ill-rTi
1 ils fiii l iinlll vim ;l'u p l mlih lll.
Tl i li tII mlr l ilaluilr i I wll i h Id c 'lo0
rinthrl-. l li t'ind 'ill I m |ei't III tlin t lllil
irthi ll'nI t'hl-r -f ile"i plilnion, when
miok' linsld til 1i1 I 4 tue ujil'ifn. tIInwhen
Ilirre I lino whi ll' Ilh Illdl Is good fto
Iwo st''ondaii dillimnnl Psliaisl. FPor tilhe
irst. tlinim II I lint lliselry if ilhoa liht
liit r h er t haon i' nlhi,' wInIt lillh si l11 wAS
ilaiptii In hlties 1 in41list Iitinme flit sa-
Wioll Itlu n i -,stain U mmrlI im '' Am-mm mi1t mlt-
ltou. I u m I tit V I u a' lli 'l l l 'ii o if 'ivll-
va n :r rl n l-l l hu li .l 1 ru n n e. il a 'w l 'li
III the ria tlllllim Ilin in-x id' %1m-' i '11im wtill.
Pr Ihimn Ihle iw i-I.i if nt ti- u i't hinl1 II
hooked li IhIr i'ielinmr ii iid i t'li nu liII-
inedhl tely I, fimil rit' im' w h tii-Il Iarll
i torse. I, 'lhii l i It ii il ni-idi i fia i'r itor
ltherii M hi iMoi 4mili1. limil It n it1111 only hio
isleu Inhut imiii-t-i5 nlignilliel hlimle, fliil
Ihtmn oiltay I, mu i lILi'rePT i'i'ii- i hid ii I mrmnt riiet t il' l 'hIin It li i l l mlt ldi'lve
iiual ind l 'rrl i rI lhii t riiluim'r.
t @'rmiini ii hi iliiiSiM trnlltons cf tl I lia pit
e.-iilmii t l '-li 14 in vriry icimni li lii Ie'-


"Oth." anid IIP th loy'. "litu IN iiuin .r u ha e Ih111. l tl t li. 4 w'in 1 .ilelIl w ils l 11 i -
lonal-of hfly!"---H rper's i i"n5l c. Islemlinie- of rint I lau0 itt ,i s i'-Iolls Ito nny l
I-- rotter illor p-i 1 ilr 11)ll -iilg l to thil tl-'
Hlousies in Fne. miuli ll,'e spei I -I.ilIdI It I thi. aili ilalnl oif
II I-' Ve., tie l nltiln it f c .i3lma.mar 'llun'. t eiti, ? Hint Ih a lits -dh l i i i ia I l a'it-in m "l 11 ill
of the homelii'm nist ofim-l mer. imitorles., Min (alln It Is tp nth.llilhi flr in pnerr t i
uneh being iriovide'ld will i light ve. follow It a iiii la I .'i* inr litser utim, 11
raidn riiiia n u t aru id l II inli IM nect. Irotter In 1 7"H I i l tte'l miii im.l lim% .
ling Ihe rcmoilio All Ilie windowni nid a horn dixnri-iolrnl nsi 11111 i ;a IpI
door open out lu t i lI pilltio, or .Iourl. would I.e I lin lI itai h il- imm li.i iuiltiraill
yard, the winilv aoUeinllug In hie.. UliI- eOnditlins.
per stores IbetiIg e'overed with elfine eTh Pl rall.
trellli-work. All Ihe liousin have inut 'Th enst l penm-,ti am inm i in ill. n-I tii
roofa, wlli n wall wlnto four to six jay isa s t l ilnalii flrmlln ii..I .lii frlmil
feet hlali irunling ainrouid, id ou a 4 graphite. It dtlv It c itiii in-iiir f in i li l
p. Ip. U tihil .mluirt Ilio rmof< are ilv's f aet that iprlir ti I'ti Il ilu.- %hin lit pl in
o r l' to ltile ladlem- exclunlivly, who iea ai li s were iminruih, ft i. gia h ii l u tilll .
then waitlk aboul litnd ttke the fresh air lend wtinas nipltidyil liur Ihl.- p|nlil1i'.
willlutt heing sePen by iany of tlle op- <(raphlite wlim ilh rt apii'rl. i ini l it-
poislte st. 'iThl rcervatllon is a law ler the ilht'ol'very iii 1."45. iof IIhI fiiuiouli
wIillal Is .never hbrokiet. and no man CuRnilu-idnd imalullinl Il miiJlnall. '1,1his
would Ikm gllUlty of twing seen lin hbl rnphillte wt'i ofi emi'nrknlilrl lilritjy
or on any outllr roof during l the forbtd- an could l,- iml d liliurt Curther
den hours. Owlun to.tbhe fact that th- treatinell liy e'iling t itl Itii lilj slabil
women of the goalie are not ,yllowdel and lIntiming them in wood.
to be seltt by any other i.an than their For tw rentuirlq-s FJngland etilydbl-
lord mld .-mater aIlldonestcle oflkCes reacls'ally a ilusllolmly of 1of th- 4Ifl
arte lItuated awqyr from their housit pro- pencil indumlry In hie eitgl l li.
per. In matay of the larger house be.- rinlury. however. hue leal d pefi i
aides the water fountallns other, play- dmnltry hala feouait IN was taqe ,la.
img K'etlR or scented water are to Ieo limany. In 1701 ('aspar ilF' a
(ad, .to4ltOas of,the vprtyilard also village of Pte1, In. lir the
0 rttl al, ,nd these portlonI ,f it urebSltubrag. liavarln, .4.g -i-
an w$tb meetl ell. wb.k'h s modwet -y the i1 fii i"ipdi
!L9 tahe oona. The 1 .on.$taui an NurelTIb -Mid

I,* apde


liinguim- Is alhwmiin I a ie ii' .o0Ulco ipaUiylliN
i'll. l 'hu l ir Ill Ii i anicle In lltwo parts
InI Irtit'a tie pliat of evuraty pit one of
flin liilr'hir- tim-in .va maiS-v llilt i for tihe.
Pill' plimr tIof l i iliy u int ) eiia' lt ab ila r
I li l oiilli ty ii ol aonly l tlt holr nghly
ilr i 41 Itr hil dl niml l uanl 'iry 'alini er.
lit litl di t ii lin' il'h'l er llt ly litter tlo

Tisal nlprol'iv'i t linn lioenll evolved
fr'tmi lni lith oh llt Ia'rirhihUni. iThe
olimlmuain of time iitlltu ohhtemtttmI one of
tIhi' ijnirlt., I1a 'i'lnldeiahr if ihe bottle
i'colprliht. Iha illier, mind w iie In llls
otho Iw ueil hihld rminly together by i
nienail iii wliluh isnrwiss on the Lbot-
loin url orf ihmo' aieil. A washer Inter.
ItXePI ltil wrnl r the holotl"n ami titfh
nle'll iniikm, Iha iilillrtli at thim point per.
r-flhly I sht.
Aflaiam r h nim iluili firic nt'i e if tis Ihlli.
tlaiivill I Nti Ih In' In4 a hplrov)'hled tllby thli
tIHiaitioU for kee'pilng Il|io etintlits of
thle linIlle wiirni tfor n it'relt lenirtbh of
tlini;. it'y iankllit tie lbottlloil hollow.,
an shown. hit oiff'rs a pinel for thq ri-
c'rplim llo nt I ilttia oitl healed *toaine
whideli will kimeai th t iillk wtlrm for ev'
Prnli lntlinr whrlarnM withlnt thil it
wuuld Imn .dlil li n Ifew inlituto.q.

A lli oml itoinps i.l.ci -lun.
l ilm.olilm u tIin 4of wglat rPtillsa
linsl, I Iid t lit dierovery linntiitathfltI
urlimli 'ayrd oaf i iaml.mii if tElta ii '
tlilt'l-h the immImimiis himllit it rlu.oilt''i lA, ,
teln. .llfte.,ei frl.Il 1i lh I alld tQlat 1
lironl, tlr ujII Im forlni-dtt cIeilt o(
KHniflthi iniilmih.I nlid J4l mek 'qilmnOe
11114nd is IIs n u.niid Ipt tte of itrefsratou,
lIuut it ,i ^.it lted yeatercdly, aj. u iUeet.
lg if t their I' ,tlrr of Cotlittr d i' CounRil
tlin t IIl "IIll have e to beptallenown, s.
It riins I-.Irmm thie l*t of. the noaw tea
ImI IN Iomus'., Detp d. ilna tle tie exea.
vailotn thei're '4ih alsi ha Wen dliliclosed '
II ,urloua lbrile alrhway wa h'ih, it Is n
Iplihveds, frilled poirtioni of the sub.
tsrrall eitln O*W h tPlictfutinl the gate
,lt l1t0oit with the JalL-'s



iJt 0lUqjI, of vJolet Jf lg
s MllA th# rubles of l84mau
,Swtly inferior rtlblen. aof
xr or of inln exhibit f "
1prWidblae tluorbcefl% .
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1.1ulmlle T e--TA- llr, Je ant Gov-
e D.. BOODWIN, ernor of'South Carolina, and one of
hdltor pand Ppristr. that State's most prominent mntnen
sto a killers, has taken exceptions t~',u"
Entered April 28, 1903, at Opneaville, serspon that was preached S,. .Wi,
Fla., as second-class matter, under Act of Sundays ago by the ,Re~W. e,I.
Congress of March 3. 1879. Others, of Beauford, .0. .',
,....y preacher, it appeal i ttn-
Published every Tuesday and ridaycomplimentary .erni
at $1.00 A year in advance ,. comnpllniefltat
5o Cents for Six Months, Mr. Tillh w whO'b1a written to
'5 Cents for Three Months. him as l l
R"a. TI he State of today
SADVarTiSlNG RATS. t i ato be an excerpt from
Local Readers in brevere type, 5 cents vered by yon on last
A. :-,'-, a line for each insertion. 8 dy_ your text being from the
Space for display advertisements pried ty irt chapter, eilghteenth
.. on application. er, of the Gospel of St Mastthe*.
ill you take as your t for the
According to the Brooklyti Eagle, next Sabbath the bae h .ebapter,
GrQver Cleveland declares he will second and third Vermum, .-f the
never again be a candidate for nom- ame Gospel? You gre *h de-
ceived if you, Ilke,othbk Oa- )'opr
nation for President. thinking, feel that you represent
ua county furnishes one-quarter of the Christian minis-
Alachua county furuishes only try of this State, for I have.lettera
two State candidates, and none for to prove the contrary. I heartily
the United States Senate or Con. commend to your devout.atUdy also
p ess. We're modest. the filth verse of the afore-mentiot-
ss. W modet. ed chapter of St. Matthew. Your
Even after he has tried picking a congregation might also read the
.'A wife, says the Tampa Tribune, a fifteenth verse.
man is fool enough to try to pick The vesses referred to read thus:
an i fool enough to try to pick With what judgment ye judge,
winners in a horse race. ye shall be judged; and with what
measure ye mete it shall be meastur-
A gentleman from Levy county ed to you again.
9aya Levy is a Stockton county, And why beholdest thou the
V but he thinks Taliaferro and Jen- mote that is in thy bother's eye,
but considereth not the beam that
S nings may get a few scattering votes is in thine own eye?
there. Thou hypocrite, first cast out the
beam out of thine own eye; aud
C. H. Crisman, Micanopy, and then shalt thou see clearly to cast
S B. Godwin, High Springs, are out the mote out of thy brother's
authorized to take subscriptions eye.
and collect for TE STAR. See Beware of false prophets, which
About it.* come to you in sheep's clothiug,
L,,., tbut inwardly they are ravaging
A Michigan paper, says the Bar- wolves.
tow Courier- Informant, Is called It is encouraging to see that Mr.
-. Lyre. There may be some of Tillman has put up his gut and
Sthe. same kind in Florida, but it t l
means a fight if you call 'em that. defense I;oet him go on study.ag
Matthew, and after finishing with
Mr. S. R. Hudson, editor and that book it may profit hinm to
manager of that bright paper, the look through Luke, Mark, Johi
Orlando Sentinel Reporter spent and the others of the New Testla
yesterday in the city, and favored ment. Also he might find it wel
.TB STAR office with an agreeable to study the sevetth veise of the
Pl vhdt, fifth chapter of Second Kings, nan
.-. there is something in Exodus
S heTesteemed Pensacola News has twentieth chapter and thillteentt
about quit abusing THa GAIMES- verse, that may interest hinm.-
V VILLt ,TAA, and now comes for.- Jacksoville Metropolts.
ward with the truth as follows:
"T '*nR OGAINaVIL STAR is fight- A case in which a man was liter
ing the bowl evil." ally "talked to denth" is repo.tec
from LaCrroasse. Wis. Cnrl tori
There Is no doubt about the Times- quist, a tailor, was a jurymli ti
O: Union being a vote maker. Its at. The case on trial was one in whlc
temapt to belittle and misrepresent the testimony, besides being ae4r
StoOkton has made votes for that dry, embraced a mass of figuire-
ges.tiugtan, and now it is making The lawyers were ex.Seinator Vila
vote for Barra in the same-way. and Attorney John.Olin. The cas
"Dar Governor," mys the De- dragged along for two weeks, dtui
Funiak Breeze, "*h that S6,000 lug every day of which time th
been collected as back taxes from lawyers made long speeches nt'
the Seaboard Air Line? If not, quoted yards of figures to sustah
the Seaoard Air Line? If not eir positions. Bornequiit thoug,
why not? You are the executive heiradto res. Border uf though fi
officer or the state are you not?" he had to remeer all f the agg
er "ures, and became" pale, haggsri
Hunters in Florida should be and nervous. A day or two ago li
very careful about shooting in the told a friend that something ha.
woods during a political campaign; snapped in his head, whereupon .h
I. e., if they have any regard for went off and committed suicide.-
the safety of candidates. It would Savannah News.
be an awful thing to shoot a deer PFriday's Metropolis showed Jno
S and kill two or three candidates N. O.Stockton driving his mul
,' Will Brother Straub, of the St. tegm through the country with
1 ."' Petersburg Times, tell us if tlhat load of his famous "Punta Gord
S lady who was shown at the bottom speeches." The wagon was label
of last Saturday'C cartoon in the *AAnti-Corporation Turnout," an
Times got to the fire before it was a locomotive and train of cars wer
*B .fe extinguished, or did she arrive on uhown quitting the track and b<
the acene too late to be of any ser- ing wrecked at the appearance
vice? Stockton and his team who wei
crossing the track at a sharp curvi
S Some people can't understand The mules seemed a little excite
why the little town of Brooksville but Mr. Stockton (represented as
is bringing out so many candidates.
It Is rather difficult to understand. lorida Cracker) ookiug content
special y when we consider tile and happy. The cartoon was ev
fat th there is not the slightest deftly Intended to show how th
t t t there Isynot the st est nora- corporations dread to come in col
r cha. for any of them tota with Mr. Stockton. The pI


lasted tare was very suggestive of existing
Whatever may A said in favor of conditions, and will make votes f
". Hon. R. W. Davis' eandicacy for tk .
the governorship, it cnutqot be suc- A AnOala paper charges that
ceessfully denied that among his man .meitd Jewel was fnlued in ths
earnest supporters are some upon city. for selling .C worth of. fru
whom the taxpayers and voters of on Sunday. It was a Kidiculot
thing to do, but a very mitd ou
. Florida must- of necessity look with age t dompaud toa some of t
spicion high-lh aded proceedings In th
Icity el where pom pe. have bee
Because J. M. Barr as a ciyat- atO slinedl for a simil
VWOty Of Jacksonville, has forced at e.---PeUtaNola tNpw .
"i ;f h to pear something like its All neWapApers should adVoca
P of taxes, he. will the be tneat I epeal of. a
Sate wealthier people's laws. While law* ag at Saunda
votes; W,'ftM A. who own but selling exist,' ad tbh Vi1tht'.
.,VULtle and h *s been corn- them are opt psnishPm a
d to pay t6 #..l, t they are guilty of Ei ury.' ,.- w
u--^sed,^ will vote arr. don't like Sunday la ws have b
.a. hilike toi ... to denounce atuch laws, but' ti
Sdiike to d ppg- have no rih bbjet to lh th
WO,. but those 4 ,f\gemeut of th Istw-
cribed for met of ss.lw
put it. 11.5 entor, my
l ,"ish the a t l' '


Afr I s .. Il N
onea o oe .rtg ts i ty4ventb v
I R am to hear tb6 people dared on o th I.3e ?eterwith al adm singular their CONID4'-5 tCH OL4TE5. NI-b'S S0O BOMs .
iWlld. m erilafoe oth-county, o i rbe M.Wr ptdjag 9 ppetaluin. 'add the. esion andre-
il e y winner, while oth- cIan a toldd court, w relu versions, remainder and remainders, .
*tf affirm he won't be in it at all, Fans* T. srtt, is Complainant, sd reInts.m imues d proit thereof.
equally aw tb. right, Wd pir sporty levied una aid to be
and both sides may be equally earn- aAdtn itea'i l t ad forth staftU of 0old as the perty of teo aid Defen-
The f.httI i ma fdw.or the tbt, oofsetd sath anparler @y of te maid Defes-
eat and honest. The fact la many ti harleR O. danta, to setisfy and paysd decree. fees D L.E A iD
"ren hoat'ef Tc htdoe Charle. C, and costs; ternumma cash.
men's desires have much to do with E la WA iNs, and PrikS Rice This 3rd day of Nevenber, A. D. 1903,'
their forming opinlous. It is not se= =sae i wherein I was-a ite'd S ROOME Hot Drinks, : Cold risks,
always an easy matter for a mai tlb lAaf MIaw I' Chaocelyf e. Special Master in Chancery. ot nk,
alway an eay matter for a de I will el atpublic out- -
.................... batn d ,Cwn Hro u me ',bytheMAeTR5BL.
judge impartially between the man oe the Court oeo, th M .W .e A eConfectionery and Stationety,,
he favot saud the maI he doR't o a n AIi county, Under and by virtue of a decree of lore-
b vad eman he don t' pl O Oil Mrday, tbe r7tb day 9f I-e. closure made add revidered on the 92111
favor. mb dr, Wtl ledy. dayof Noveirt o3,by heb on.R Hih Grade C l A oRS and TOBACCO ,
fbetweenthe1- B' i's 81 the fi- M. Call.-cthig Judge of t:e Circuit Hih Gra .
Out few of Taylor's cartoons Jn lowing Z real estate situated ly- Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
the ines-Utnion re as pointed as ing al beng n the County of Alacheu. in knj for Alachua county, in a certsan
S Tlue-UtOU arei ia pointed a i he State 6of Florida, and .particularly chancery cause therein peidiing wherein
Were those e produced for the Me. known, distinguished and deacribLd : Duton, J.ohn G. icholr and W. News Stand in Connection,
tropolis, whilq Ialton, the Met p- follows, to-wit: o. Robinson, partners and bankers trad-
tropls, w the Mtnorth balf, the north half of the ing and doing nushes in Alachua'county,
ols' new caftooniat, is improving south west quarter, the south east quarter Florida, under the firm name ad style Gainesville, :-: -:- lor a.
fabily t h ~eefn *Ufggested by of -th e stwest q arter, and lthe weat of H. P. DuUomr & Company are coum- J
daily. It has been ugges y half of the south east quarter seclon one; planant, and Hill Printing Company,
readers of both papers in this city all of section two; the east half of the corporation existing under and b) virtue
that Mr. Taylor is trying to cartoon north east quarter; the east half of the of the laws of the State of I lorida, with
south east quarter of section live; the east itA principal office and place of business ,f g, +%, %* 6,S (,B4
things diterently to the way he half of the north east quarter; the south in Gainesville, Alachua county. Florida,
see the". west quarter f the north east quarter; and W. R.'I homes are deftnda'ts, 1, as _-'-_-- _
ee north west quarter of the north west Special Master will sell at public outcry,
quarter; the south east quarter of the to the highest and best bidder for cash,
Gainesville people regret very north west quarter; the east half of the before tue front door, on West Mainr
much that on account th th south east quarter.of section eight;' the Street, of the building in which the r-
much that on account of the length east half; thesouth half of the north west sonal property hereinafter described is
of time occupied by Sheats and qftarter; the south west quarter of see. located, in Gaineaville. Alachua county, a xCsL x .jl Rrm
HI-oll oway at the speaking Firiday tion twelve; the nofth half; the south Florida, on Monday the 4th day of Jani-
Holloway at The speaking Friday west quarter; the north half of the south uary, A. D. 1904, between the legal hours Schedule I effective June 28, 1903.
nught, the candidates for Governor east quarter; the south west quarter of of sale, the following described personal
and Cougress ouid do but little the south east quarter of section thirteen; property situated in Gainesville, Alachua 55 S THERN DIVISION 1 54 I 34 I 66
all of section fourteen; all of section fi- county, Florida, and being in the tree 27 31 I 55 I OU 4 4
more than thank the people for teen the north east quarter of the north story brick building known as the thauk- 9 35a 8 oop 3 oJp Lv Jacksonville . Ar 10o 5on a 5 oup
their presence and promise to come eat quarter; the south east quarter of night building opposite and due est of t 15 8 55P 3 4 ... Baldwi.n ..... 10 12 30a 4 2
the south east quarter of section .even- the old City Hotel, on West Main Street, 11 46 10 45P 5 c3p . Waldo ..... 8. 20a 4 04a 2 50
again. The candidates promised teen; the east half. of the north east occupied by the Hill Printing Company. 2 20op 5 36p Ar. {GAINESVILLE Lv 77 53a- I 3'
quarter of section twenty; the east hulf, to-wit: The entire printing outfit of the 5 36p Lv Ar 7 53 ..
to come amongst us again. t south east quarter of the south west Hill Printing Company, includ-ng print- ..... 7 55 Ar . Cedar Key . 5 5..
quarter of section twenty-one; all of sec- Ing plant entire, consisting of presses of I 26p Lv Silver Srings . . 1 52P
COUNTY TEACHIERS. lon twenty-two; all of section twenty evely description and kind, type. type I 58p 12 51a .O-.a.a . . 1 55a 12 41P
three; all of section twenty-four; all of machlues. tipe furniture and press furn 2 55P 2 3a . Wildwood 12 23a at 56p
Aesoclation in essaamloHere Thurs- section twenty five all of section twenty- iture and all other furnitureqf every kind 5 up 7 2oa .. Orlando .... 7 op 8 25
day, Priday and Saturday. als; allof section twenty seVen; the north and character including office furniture 4 J4P 4 iHa . Dade City 10 28p 10 37a
east quarter, the south east quarter of the and fixtures and one number five(5) liab- 5 up 5 39 . Plant City .. 9 53P 9 455
The Alachuas Pouaty Teschers' Asso. soth west quarter; the north east quar- cock Optimus two revolution cylinder 7 o8p s1 20R Palmetto . 4 4P 7 424
elation convened in the auditorium of the ter of the south east quarter, the south press-except one Mergenthaler Lino- 7 28p I1 46 : . Manatee 3 op 7 27
G eiapville Graded and High School half of the south easl quarter of section type Machine, one writing desk, one roll 7 45 12 3op S. arasota . 4 oUp
day aternon, and was n sesin twenty tht; the north half of the north topdeik and the stock of stationary coil 6 oop 6 45a Ar . Tampa ..... 8 p 8 5
oThiUday aftdnoon. and wa min seaTsion east quarter; te borth balf of the soith listing of envelope, blotting paper, t ag
Friday, and Saturday morning. The east quarter, the south west quarter of boards, paper and cards. NORTH .1ND EAST 34 66 WEST & NRW ORLRANt 96 57
metaigts were well attended by teachers the north east quarter, the east half of Together with all andti singular the ap c
and other friends of education, and a the horib west quarter,the" south east purtemances to the same belonging or mi Lv Jacksonville. 8 45a 7 14 l v Jacksonville ..... 3 40P 9 25
a quarter of the south eant quarter of *ec- any wise appertaining "ld property fAr Fernandina. .... 0 o0a 9 oop Ar Lake City. ...... 5 Sp i
Suber of ntrst and Instructive n thirty-three, the nor haf ofthe will be sol to satisfy d decree and Ar Brunswick ..... p o A Live Oak ...... 6 p 12 o
speeches were made and papers read. north east quarter; the south iveat quarter costs. Terms cash. Ar .avannah op 50os Ar Madison . .7 55P 12 58p
The first' meeting was opened by pray- of the north east quarter, the west half, CHRIS MATHESON, Ar Fairfax. ........3 09P 44a Ar Monticello ....- 9lop 3 5P
r by Rev. T. P. Hay, and then speakers the south east quarter of section thirty- Special Master. Ar Denmark ..... 3 57 3 55 Ar TallahaeQuic ... 40P 3 25P
four; all of section thirty-fivei all of sec- Ar Columbia.-.-.-.-.. 5 3op 3 55p Ar Quincy-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .4 17P
Were introduced by Chairman J. H. I'of- ion thirty-e, in tiownip ne south of ADrlNIrRATiX' NOTIC Ar Camden . 7 4o 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5
fee, and responded. Address of wel range fifteen east. The east half of the Notice is hereby given that 1, as ad. Ar Hamlet 9 55P 8 oa Ar Penacola . 10o 5p
. come, Hon. J. X. RIvers; response, Prof. north west quarter, the south west quar-ministratriK of the estate of 1. D. Crom- Ar Wilmington-........--2 osp Ar Mobile. ..............2
0. M. Tillman. Profr. Tr r. MeBeath, tpr of section ma e n; the south half o te well, deceased wilapply to I on. H. G ArSouthern lines 18 9 36a Ar New Orleans . .7 25a
J. H. IPlks and others delivered able month west qual ter of section seventeen; mason. County Judge of Alachna county, Ar Portsmouth 8- ooa 5 35P Ar Macon- .- .. 8 .-- 3
the west half; the wet half of the south Florida, on the 8th ulay of Decemuwtr.Ar Richumond, Va" 35a 3 ipA Atlanta....... .........
Saddresse. and the convention was treated eat quarter; tile south east quarter of ,o3IL at ten o'clock a. of said day, at Ar Richamond, Va. 35a 3 12P Atlanta,. . . 7 su
d to some excellentmusc. the south east quarter of section eighteen office in the court house in Gaines- Ar Washington . o 10 s 8 3oP Chattanooga . S oap
T, he other sessione-of which we got all of secton nineteen the west half of ville, Florida, for the authority to sell at Ar Baltimore. 1125a I 25P Nashville 9 op
the north east quarter, the west half; time private sale all the right, litle and Lenter- Ar Philadelphia ........ I36p 2 5oa 5t Lguis. ................7 SU
h no report--are said to have been well at- west half of the south east uarterl the e of Fletcher Cromwell in and to the Ar New York ..... .. 4 sp 6 a chgo. __ .
tended, intertng ud beneficial, and south east quarter of the sound h east quar following described lands situated In Connections for Paletto, Manatee Oneo and Sarasota, on r ecept Satur-
the association adjourned Saturday, and ter of pctlon twenty; the went half of Alacha county, Florida, to wit: he Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Onee and Sarasota, on 3r. ept tur.
is remembered by those who attended as the south weat quarter; the south east west half of Block 6, Brown's addition today 'ra No Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
a plen and profitable education wenty-one;theut quarter which lies iown and Is a part of the nor Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wanington, Vestiuled
meeting., of the south west qftarter of section west quarlterof section in township to, day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
d twenty-eight; the north east quarter of rant q o car service from Jacksonville.
the north et quarter; the out half of range o DORA T. CROMWELL No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cais between
Resolutions. the north east quarter; the west half of Administratrii of the Estate of J. D. .Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room llman deeper between Jack-
Tile folli.vi:iSg resolutions were pinseli the south east quarter of section twenty- Cromwell, deceased.sonville air(] New York.
S Thne; all of section thirty all o section No. 55mwe dcasd cosects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Willifrd, Wanqe and inter-
i by) the Asoclititon: thirty-oue; all of section thirty-two; thie .. ittediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
y Wh.rea- we. the te chera of Al.actuta west half of section thirty-threp in town- Prefix's;ionl Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper b-etween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
county, in Ist aclition sei.4ciblic.l, hlive ship nine aouth of range sifteeu east. Steamers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa hundays, Tuesdays and
received such heart welcoie from the The south east quarter of the north east ............... ....... ...- -. Thursdays,-ti p. m.
s quarter, the west half of the north west A. 0. MAcDON ELI,, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Via,
people of G th fe b quarter; te south half of section e; all C. C.I THOMAS, E. C COlI, Ticket Agent, Gainesville,
SResolvedl, That we a-uir, tliciit e ,f ,ir of section two; the north east quarter-
appreciation of their hospit-ility; Iut wAe the east half of the south east quarterof AT'TORNItV AT LAW,
e regret that our meetings were ,n 4ou ell section three; the east half; the north v orda.
half of the north west quarter; thesouth ainesvile, lorida.G ainesville & Gf R y Co
d attended as usual by the citidzei of east quarterof the north west quarterof Opposite BIrown Hlouse. G a nese & G ulf R w Co
Gainesville. section eleven; all of section twelve; the
SBe It further resolved, That wir ex.- iorih half of the north west quarter; thie 'l bone No. 97.
tend to J. M. Rivers our appreciation for north east quarter; the south west qar- -- me Table n Effect July 5, 1903.
ndwter of the Rnorth west quarter, the ortht -
his kind words of welcome, to the fac- west quarter of the south west quarter; CHRISTOPHER MATIIESON,
d ulty of the Gainesville High School for the east half of the south east quarter of No. No. 4. N 1. Ns.. Ut o.
e their courtesy; to the teachers who so section thirteen; the horth east quarter ATrTOitNV AT I.AW, Daxcept Daiy. c aSTATION...
kindly responded to me o t thethe north east quarter of section four- DKlmrcept Daily. Da STATION. DailsDy. D a ly. llCt
Steen; the nortotheir names ot arer of e north Gainesvile, Florida. Sunday. a das.
program"with valuable papers; to seol. cat quarter, the north east quarter of the I i
e J. M. Gullliams and the other members north west quarterof section twenty four, Office iu Miller's Law Exchange. -
S of the faculty of the East Florida Senr- in township ten south of range fifteen ".. -.. P. M. Lv A PM .P.-P Ar J'.M. Ar A. M. Ar P.M.
inary for their highly instructive lectu res; east. The west half of the north west "... ....... .
to the musioiane for the fiue selections of quarter, the south east quarter of the |he-=. "'a S w .. o d ... ..... o0
i. music which interspersed outr program, south west quarter of section four- the -B ...S .... Du an ..M ....... ............
e and to the President for the graceful and north half, the nQrth half of th e ., 8 H lu............. 0. ....... ..
ae Iedagtm a er hirh he t hu p esal r south east quarter the outh east ..... aMa.................... ...
faa rter Thaacoye quarter o1 the sMuth .east quarter ot M -f .. .. *r Krwond ........- ------
dead ovr the meetings of the AMOccaton. sceion five; the north east quar. '..'." 8 ...........................iji ......
IS e It resolved further, That a copy of ter; the north east quarter of the ... o .. ............ wasta ....... ..... .--4 48
d these resolutions be handed to each of north wesrat quarter, the south half of 4 r .... -acy Fst....-oekyP--at........ . -
d the papers of this city forpublication, and the orh thwes quarter, the souot hhea o { ..luessyl. ...e .. .. "0
re that they be spread upon the journal of emit quarter, the north west quarter and .220-BBBBBB0 eta 720 ; 5'^.7.'.. hn'-.-;'-'.-.. a- -
this Aasociation. the south half of section seven; the east 1- !r o I 72 ..a. m .. ......., : 5 5
SJ. A. OMONo.D, half of the north east quarter, the south 94 7 iS La Butler, ..~9 .
of.n.s Il. BAI8D. r the.escton th sotheat Lake ut e. d ...
D( B. Dn half of eetiou eight, the west half ofbe. we. .... ................ .1...... 0 .Ja.M..M.W. J.... .-w op.
Sthe north east quarter, tse south east ....... i8 t S ?S n, City. .p 2 '" ..
re RosA MAY. quarter of the morth east quarter, the int to S. .0s e1 ........ -
north west quarter, the north ea1t quar- 5 5o 4 0 t .. n.. B. 't lj.. 2! 0 8a '..."
r Sheriff. Irof the south wests quarter, the west Ar Ar AM Ar .. Asata, C. of .. i ..
a To the Voters of Aleh ta fJounty: east quarter of section nine; the north JUST RECEIVED IT FROM GAR -.
I hereby announce myself a candidate west quarter of the south west quarter of RETT'S STUDIO. You select the JA-B. GRAHAM, PrteudeeL
d for the office Of Sheriff, subject to the section fourteen; the north west quarter moulding-hunmreda of styles to select i* *. "-IP. Ge, SuP.
i- action of the next Democratic primary, of the north west quarter; the south half J P. HilL Agent.
If Elected. I romaise to dlichare the of section fifteen, the north half. the from. Wn MAKI THqPRAM1- apd


le duties of the oce to the very best of my west half of the aouth west quarter of we make it perfect and strong-dust
n ability, and I solicit the support of al section seventeen; all of section eighteen; proof. Have your photo enlarged. We
voters at the polls. the east half, the east half of the north guarantee to please you. Passe-Partout
C- Rlepehctfully weit quarter, the north wedt quarter of
S .th south est qua. Hrtr f section nine- The first exhibitionof the famous TAKE The Atlanti Coast
or teen, the west half of the north west Copley prints at our Studios. Worlds'
HAIR OROWBR.. quarter, the west half of the south west Fair Gold Medal award
Brooklyn, N. V.. April as, 9. quarter of section twenty; the north half w. c-. a ,-^ FoO R t LL E TH LY POINTS.
a Dr. S. H.,Giddings,.of the north east quarter; the south east W. P. GAR"BUT ART CO., 01 Nl"t0 s
SDr. 8. B.ddiquarter of the north east quarter, the Studios ir and a2, Miller Law Exchange, Via Via
at Dear Sir:-Will you kindly Inform me northwest quarter of the north west quar- up stairs. Gainesville. Fla. Dupont Dnpoqt
it by return mail if you can send your soc. ter, the north west quarter of south east --..N -. .- .-.. V jakLvilo e JueL or
us .bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled quarter of section twenty-two; th west If yor hair s becoming thi try Jacksoville
S(Trade Mak)n if so I will sendyou half of the northwestquarter; the north ngs Unparalleled r rower. For Via Via
he a postal note for the same. Please inform r to n 'ta sos- h we. quarter of sale by Dr. S. B. Glddings aineslle, P. & O. or
is me the amount of postage if it can be ter; the sottth we carter ofs amnand the I'ostoffice Drug Store, High Steam hipi siad
n matted. twenty-seven; the north east quarter of Spi. Line It
ar When i n Piorida the winter of 1t897 the south east quarter, the south west -------- ....
ar fvs etwen- s out h quarter r o Suth S r twe Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Sirvae .
te ae cbt eM and produced a nice go wth eight; the north west quarter, the south d11 I1U LiUlndoUP to Time Table in effect May 24, 190. '
S of ar Whre it had been entirely bald half of asectin twenty-nilne, the east half; Det por r
fr f t ir yas. mand noy I would like -to the east half ofthe northwest rtTHE- D or GAINBVILLe r
I.. Rt O moelf Ican get IL tht north east quarter 4 the amms "3: r ..o
y I amor flarter; the son ti west quart er a theU i -Je 3:40 m High Sprinsg sad Inter. .
SYours truly. south west quarter of sector thirty the 4 w. I-Dal- my mediate Point
S alt of fsecton thirt -tw o; tiIb at-6m ha f :..m P olatita, DSYW.& a.. -- 4:2ip
ea&tkh au J.twhnHAYo. Wrthe west q. 12* Ocala, e u 'tampasad
ofthenorth"asq Atme wres s as J. Runkile, Proprietor, D D aytona g;? as
before the sub, Nr the n101 t -r7- a North, *t amd West "
Pbr thde quarter, os soU h lfro f the p. OAINESVILLB, FI.A.
""D aily J, m 1 L ^y au ria." t. Nor.. Biit- fl
half b of f h a h e q ,_, -, we* . .. = V 9
Ss waet uat o fa ru ia M t. *r ; Rochelleopy Wd .a e ,, .


n estquate