The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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oclc - 01446361
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TUR NTINE rallyy gets $5 an'l i week's rations for
t"N .. ,Ioig I t. Tle chipping (called bv
*li ,nte "scr;|lhicgl is,"I dlun with a& tool
AllNAQ, aa nd ack, i made or tile pur.
Is Chipping linens tile putting of a
|U f re h i streak" directly over e: t box
*'* once a week. Illy the "streak" is meant
of Florida's Biggest Money- the cutting of the sap of the tree about
)AeOw. of Florida's Biggest Money-I'ne^cup"n:c,
one inch deep a0aalp sont, one-half inch
Making Industries. up the tree, bo that tihe cut can be kept
fresh and bleeding, or running as the
turpentine men say
B HROW THE GUM IS SECURED. Where the timbner is good for tur--
S pentine 3 or 4 of these once-a week
S--- streaks will cause the tree to bleed enough
rom .Pine ree to Market Via to fill the box below, and then with flat
..i roir shaped to fit the-.box, and called a
th. lplatillery-The Colored i turpentine dipper, the boxes are ebriptied,
i Man*' Part. the gum put into barrels of about 5o gal-
.*- .is and ra. loans capacity; hauled to the distillery atid
I.one .wwho was bohn and raised in converted into spirits of turpentine and
a Atsrpeutine country, and knows the bus- rosint. For this dipping the hands are
mam from A to Z. it is aitusing to hear paid from 30 to 40 cents a barrel, and a 1
NseOn people talk about the bus ness, and good dipper can dip from .3 to 5 barrels a
s'* t qaestlione About how t' e spirits and day, :
ron lis obtained, where coasutied atd Fromi a well filled barrel of crude gum
wjit for, etc. It is also amusing to read can be extracted from i12 to 13 gallon
s pe des caip(i.is of turpentine fars, of spiritsof turpentine, which leaves about
:- ,.qo'a, etc, that sometimes find a commercial barrel (a2olbs ) of rosia. I
i thler. yav Ilto print. Rosin sels according to its grade, and
I .WbtAlthstaiding the fact that the tur- theroa.e lmany grades, The two finest
ptevt' (naval .stores). business is, and grades are W. W. and W. G (water white
has been "foV te 'last past several ears and window glass) and cannot be made
olItef'?irldari's leading industries, there except from "virgin gum-that produced
aq 0lrptively few men in. the State the first year after the boxes are cut-and t
4t. j .y--qside from thlte who are in some the efficiency and care of the manu who
"y eqgpd I the business -who seem runs the disti'lery has much to do with
ojMf 4i anything like a correct idea of grades of rosin made.
j w oarude tuipedtine is secured, how in Florida the boxes are usually worked
imabfafctntsred how the manufactured pro- two or three to four or five years. In
1'l. disposed of, or for what pur the (Carolinas and GeorgIA they have been
worked as many as twenty years, and
men who' can give correct infor- pines are often re-boxed, which is called t
oai eatmost, any other subject they back-boxing, and then virgin guna is I
aI at to talk on will tell you that the secured again. f
t dluatine operators have destroyed At ttis time spirits anti rosin--all
e.tll 1the pine: timber in the country grades of rosin is bringing a-fancy price.
Sby ;l ttiag immense "notches" in the Ttirpentine men 'are making moneyy"
Stmis, and then having "niggers" to go but there are only a few people who J
tQ err6 one of those ''notches" once understand anything about the trials and
evutry week an-t "scratch" a streak there expense they have to encounter. Timber i
cai huiag the tree to bleed itself to death, and supplies are up in price, labor B '
Sotie hbaie declared that the trees all fall very unreliable, and many other difficul- C
dp .M ad(d. de, because of the "notches" ties confront the turpentine men. They "
e tjg tbles, every time the wind blows. are iisualy a big-hearted, liberal set of
Theydon'tseeam to think that felling thle men ad our own knowledge of thebuse I
iti W*d awinufg tbetn into lumber is one tess .e;,hbles i't to know that the busi- A
liiWd*fiesdearnetive to them as is cutting he1s is not understood by the average
thoee'"notchell" and bleeding the trees ci izen, taint its bad effect on timber is
sThey will tell you that every three o' ;,rertly exaggerated.
fou, weeks a "nigger" is sent-arouind to
every cue. of those "notches," and with hOLIOWAY IN PALATKA.
a "big Iron sapqn"' he scrapes out the
gum.ithata" has accumulated in those V Is at the Palatka News Has to Say
-'liotclt*s;' pats it-in a big wooden bucket, of Mim as a candidate. "
eipltles'tlie bucket into a bigbarrel until 'Vie ';datka News in speakli ig of the
It i fill, then in another barrel, and so p ..itiarh tale tliag held in thnt city last
O," iitstll all fi4e "notches" are cleaned calIdsalay. ;iight, has tihe following to
out. They descrlbi th'e entire business, .,. '-of P'rof. Holloway:
from beginning to end, but their discrip- i'r,,r. WV M. Hollowav of Gaisies-
ti0n giyqs no one an hinelligent unler ,t)e, eaiHldaite for State Saperinateandeit
1*4 -iin'Of thebusiness, and often dose of public Instruction was next introduced.
the 4t pantine operators a great in justice But the hour zi,a late and many of the
now It Is OONE. a nualiince haid the "put me in mny little

Tho turpentine navall sto.-es) umal.
buys or leases his timniber for a give,,
price per acre, or per thousaml. If I,
the acre of couibe te nuo1 e mle:ms'c'v tiin
bero. the land is the chejpe- co-nes lii.
turpentine privilege, but if by the thous.
and, it matters not so much whether the
land 1W delsly or qspersly tiinuea.c:l. Siome
acresinmtyave more than ten tiimes as
macuh'timber ou them as so.nte o.lhe:s
hae, and the cost to the ope.'atoris in
proportion to the amount of timber on
the land.
The operator puts men (usuajny ne
groes) in the woods during the winter
moqtha,' aid "with long narrow.- axes,
a L --the'ie purpose and known as
t Tozox axes, they box (rot
"n "'') "the timber. The pine tiees
wi ar from one to four or five boxrs
t eies, butn two boxes is a very fair
a aiivo, fir the average Florida pine tree.
TiMt4tr.bea are notj what would ordina-
rlally be teamed boxes, but "pockets"
mt em to be a more appropriate
fitr (hem, though they are called
"boui" thrciughont tnrpeutlinedom. The
"pookets," or "boxes" where the tree is
large enough to bear it, are usually from
6 to 7 inches deep, from .3 to 4 inches
in .thq back, and 12 to z3 inches across
Sthq tal. Ptw men who are not ac-
quhatadl. with the busaiess would know
whlV.btimenthby these dimensions, and
we at" frauk to confess that a word ex-
pi'I.o ia a difficult task, but the tur-
petin 'hand readily understand it.
WIe he Is told by the foreman that lie
mAiu cut A 6,' 3, and 13 inch box, be
n4wd-mds that the box must be 63;
lnusaampspdown toward the root of the
trFUt aw wqte the axe enters; the open-
Ilg t us be 34 inches from the bark on
the ta 6la toward the center, and 13 in.
alldol A, or airond on the outside of
thU'ktg" Be imederstands that the box is
to dtabp4hped. or hollowed ot so
t%."3%.4 a hldhbout a quit of "gum."
a* t nsspllse hands know just how to
01l:i0 s1- b but many of them will
0I t XAight if the inspector will
p do so. When one is told
I l )to "stump oat" a bos
i i ,that i he is wanted to do
t&t te ttte sp of the tweet
e ta e fer towa the center,
r tbh. properly
*. Sf4* the timbter as
th14me price

h I..l" fciter M: ay encousagcd tlie feel-
ilig .ial welt homic They missed somlle-
tl ing. I'r,-,f lollot avy is a man who
knoas liow to get hira anlience gioodl Ia-
turedt :mal keep them so. lie told of the
hot times lie mhad beei having in his home
county with his opponent. Supt. Sheats.
mil it was finny. Then lie recited in
lrief his auitobiogiaphy in a modest mian-
aer, and .shiowel msomethiiaig of his ac-
co npllsliments. lie also showed why lie
thought Mr. Seats hal outlived his offi-
cial usefulness. Mr. Holloway was brief.
ire had respect for his audience's tired'
feeling and his oni throat, which had
got raspy from overtalking in Alachua.
iut he caught the people, and they saw
lie was constructed of the right material
for a good state superintendent. Hlie has
hundreds of warn supporters here and
will gain more."

Advertised Letters.
List of unclained letters in the post-
office at Ualnesville, Fla., for the week
ending Dec.,.1i, 1903 Persons calling
for same should say advertised and give
date. One cent is due on each letter.
i.A ri i PA.
Mrs. W. E. Calhoun, Miss Mamtie
Flamon, Miss Sussie Holdson. Mrs Julia
F. C. Brown. F. E Cellon, Pome
Freeman, Arthur Harvin, Oma Johnson,
C. L. W. Jones, J. W. Smith. Robert
Simmons, Robert Walker, Jorunie Whit-
G. J. ARNrow. P. M.

Jacksonville Hotel.
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. Han-
cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell as-
sistant manager, is the place to top
when you go to Jacksonville. Nice
rooms, good table fare, seasonable rates,
and centrally located---Oi Bay .treI, II
business center. Mr. Campbell is of
Waldo, Alachua county, and it will af-
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
from his home county when they go to
Jacksonville. ile and want
When you o to Jackonville and ant
good fare and-polite attention at r awo-
ble cot.st Inqmre for the "Travelers' Ho.
tel,' and then you go to Green Cove
Sprin a sto at the Riverside Hotel, of
which Mr. Hancock is also proctor.

For Sheim r.
To the Votenr of Alaheb County:
I I hereby itnMno0a myq0 a candidate

i -f elected. IOpU1 ; ,
dutisso01 tbaet* 4"a



To lie December 30 to January i,
InAtlanta, Ga.


Will Be Profitable Meeting--
Secretary or Mainager. will.
(live Information.
To teachers and school officers of Flor-
ida, and their' friends: The fourteenth
mneetiang of the Southern Elducational As-
soclation will be held in Alla.ita, Gs.,
December 3o, go03 to January i, 1964.
This promises to be a very profitable
meeting A most lateresting program, in-
whiclh ma-ny of the leading educators of
time la>ited States will participate, has
been prepared. Unusual enthusiasamn
is being shown in tlhe matter. Atlanta
promises a royal reception to the teach-
ers and visitors, anid the "Huh of the
oauth" never fails to .meet her obliga.-
tions. Members of the reception conm-
mittee, W. M. Slaton, Prin. Boys' High
school, chairman, will- meet every train,
The Piedmomit Hotel has been selected as
headquarters, but all hotel and boarding
houses will give reduced rate i
Railroad Rates: The railroads will sell
round-trip tickets from all coupon eta-
tions'in the-State, at the price of one fare,
phr a 25 cents, plhis $2 for membership
fee. Tickets will be. on sale December
29, for all points over 3oo miles .from At-
lanta, and on December 30, for all points
within 300o miles. Tickets limited to
january 3, 1904, to reach original starting
point. The shortest and quickest route,
is via Georgia Southern and Florida Rail-
wdy, especially for those leaving Lake
City for Atlaita. Schedule, leaves Jack-
tonvillle at 7:45 a. in., and 7:5o p. m ;
Lake City, 8:55 a. rn., and 8:34 p. im.
(from Gaiesaville 'via G. & G. to Samp-
Son City). Fare from Jacksonville.
81.zio; from Lake City, $9
Programs and any further information
will be gladly furnished upon application
to E. P.. Burns, Sec of Local Committee,
or to the undersigned.
State MIigr. So. 'Ed. Ass. for Fla.
G-ainesville, Fla., Dec. 10, 19o3.
[State papers will please copy].

A "Lakeland Man's Reasons for Favor-
Ing Stockton. .
At the Didval Hotel in Jacksonville last
Saturday night one gentleman was heard
t1l say to another, "Who do you favor
for Senator?" Stockton," was the ready
answer, aid then the btockton man con-
tinued: "L never saw Stockton in my
life, until a few nights ago. I was on a
train coming to Jacksonville, and on the
train was a man who seemed to be intox-
Icated. He was telling the passengers
about a letter he had received that
brought to him great sorrow-he seemed
all broken up-said he was on his way to
Jacksonville, and wished some one would
assist him from the train when it arrived
there, and hIlp him to get out to the
home of some friends, whom -he said
would take care of him."
"About the time he made.the request
the train arrived at Palatka, and a man
whom I afterwards learned was Jno. N. C.
S'ockton, got on. The poor fellow went
over with his troubles to Mr. Stockton,
and again said he wished some body
would assist him from the train when k
arrived in Jacksonville, and Mr. Stock-
ton said "i'11 help vou, I'll see that you
get off all aight, and I'll help you to a
carriage." And be did; 1 watched them;
when the tain stood still in the 'nlon
depot John'Stockton took that fellow by
the arm, assisted him through the crowd
at the depot, put him in a carriage, sad
instructed the driver where to carry him
to his friends. As that candidate for the
United States Senate was helping that
poor, distressed unfortunate Into that
carriage. I resolved to cast my vote for
Jno. N. C. Stockton, and do all I can for
him. I live in Lakeland, and that act of
Stockton will certainly increase his vote
is that section,"

Death of a Cood Lady.
Capt J. A. King of Orange Heights, re-
turned to his home Sunday from his
former home, at Kings Perry, where he
went to attend the funeral and burial of
his mother, who died suddenly of paraly-
sis last Friday.
The sad nwa of the death came to Mr.
King la n telegram, and until he received
the news of har death he thought she
was a well assual.
The good lady was striehen without
warning, and never spoke s hw loved
oneas atbered about her, and she lived
but a short while.
The death w*s a ad blow to Mr. King
and .vewal 0w ehlUdsas of, d. deem.
ed who now .MIe la Florida, sad the
Star cateed symspethy td the hbeaed

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Conducted at Baptist Church Sunday
-Maaonic Honors.
The remainaof Mr. K. B. McCueu, an
account of whose tad death at St.. ,uke's
Hospital. Jacksonville, appeared in 1M.-
dhv's Star, arrived in thi. city via the
Sealuoaral Air Line railroad Siturday, and
were laid to rest in lvergreea. Cemetery
The funeral services were. held in the
First Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Holley
was minister and Robt. McClellan funeieal
director,-and many relatives and friends
of the deceased-were present. O. near
relatives he leaves to ourne his sad- death
a step mother, Mrs. Lillie McCuen, and
half sister, Mrs. J. H. Walker, in Santa
Fe, New Mexico, and a saiter, Mrs. F.
E. Tonmkies, tf this city.
After the services at the church the re-
mains were taken charge of by members
of F. A. M Lodge No. 41, of which he
was a member, and the burial was with
the honors peculiar to the Masonic order.

A. C. L. Holiday Rates.
Holiday rates via Atlantic Coast Lhne.
The Atlantic Coast Line announce tihe
rate of one and one-third fareats plus 25
cents for the round trip fot Christmams
holidays. Tickets will be sold December
23-25, inclusive, December 3o, and 31,
1903, January 1, with return limit Jam-.
arV 4, 1904. Teachers and students of
schools asd colleges- will be accorded
.same rate, ticketi-to be sold -December
16-22, inclusive, with. return limit Janu-
ary 8, 1904, upon presentation of certifi-
cate signed by-isuperintendents, princi-
pals or presidents. All Information cheer-
fully- furnished-.
W. J.. Craig General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N4. C.; H. M; Emerson, ,
'rafflic Manager, Wilminsgtoi, N. C.; W.
H. Leahy, Division Passenger Agept, Sa-
vannah, Ga.; T. C. White. Divit1on Pas.
senger Agent, Tampa, Pla.; Frank C.
Iloyleton, Contercial Agent, Jackson-
villI, Vla,

Try Pagans an market for best nieats.
Rev. Vandiah Ellis of Alachua was inl
the city yesterday.
J F. Whetston of Mikesville is traus-
acting business in the city.
Mr. and Mr4 W. C Hague were in the
-city yesterday from Hague,
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
LlToyd'- Dye Works. July 14, tf
SMrs. L. ', York of Arredondo was,
shopping in Galnesville yesterday.
J. L.- Medlin of Meridith was a busi.-
nep. visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
C. C. -Rawls of Montbrook was trans-
acting.business in the city Sattirday.
Attorney Chris Matheson made a pro-
fessional visit to Arredondo yesterday.
1i. W. Tomkins, a leading citizen of
Micaisopy, Wis transacting buslitess here
R. 8 Bradley of Wacahoota atl D.-T.
English of Tacoma were shopping in the
city Saturday. -
"Mr. aud Irs .. C. 'racy and children
of High Springp, were shopping in the
city Saturday. -
W. J. Mathews, a.prominent fainter
citizen of Donnie, was among yesterday's
visitors to the city.
Mrs. Millie Dozier of Jacksonville was
the guest of hersister, Mrs. II. C. Deiton.
the first of the week.
Jno. R. Zetrouer, one of the leading
citi7.ens of Rochelle, was in Gaineaville
on business yesterday.
Judge J.T. Stokes and ex-Justice L. J.
Knight were in the city yesterday from
their homes at LaCrosse
C. V. McQueen, a prohtinent citizen of
the West aind, was in the city yesterday
from his home at Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bryan left yester-
day for Micanopy, where they will spend
a few days with relatives snd friends.
Mrs. Robinson and daughters, of
Rhode Island, arrived in the city a few
days ago, and will spend the winter here.
Mrs. Dr. Flake left Sunday evening for
Archer, where she will visit her children
and grand children for a week or more.
M. G. Knight and P. B. Atwater, two
of High Springs' enterprising citlMseuas,
were among the visitors to the dty yes-
terday. ; .
Gidda Hair Orower doe tbe work.
Fors Bde by Dr. S. B. olddngs, oamns-
ville, and the Postoflice Drug tore and J.
A, Stephens, High Springs, ?ls.
M- W. Wooding, acting moute agent
for the Southern BExces Coampany, has
returned from at extended vist to Ha-
vans, Cuba.
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purpose $5 eta. a bmulred or s5-for 5
ts.. at T TAr office.
G. W. Easterlit and A. BU. Su ,ers,

two prominent business ms of High
prings, were transacting business In the
city yesterday.
:9 wa6t -- b ra
=r I Mr-"**atwte I r

F. B. ,eum, MEnapy; W. 0.
Richardaom, Tec, and foo. V. Detoa, '
kei View, *we aMang the shoppers la
the city laturday.
U it Is job lfse wpkt least send
yorordr tbt5 ft IttWol l b
will aeit yoau.
3.r. J. B. H ieUy is t m) let hI
saoethen Baptist ader "er Wtt lad
,vastag's this wek. The. f ; ,ttlb
lo be st by hand. aum

0. H, Stewart,
P. 0. BOX 434,
Gainesville, Florida.
Boiler Maker and
Sheet Iron Worker.
Repair Work a 0pecialtl.

I would be glad to cor.
respond with managers of
either high or low pressure
P. 0 Box 484,
Gaineeville. Yia,

T. L. Weeks, Santa Pe; N.J. Walton.
Wacahoota; J.i i. Fugat.e, Alachua; W.
J. Lock, Fannin, ,nd IF.- M. .Mom"n,
Ca4mspville, were anong the business via
itors to the city yesterday.
We hope .our readers will read both the
displayed and "local render" .advertise-
nienta in the Star, aid give our advertis-
ing patrons a call. Bypo doingthey will
oblige us, our patrons, ttnd themselves.
C. H. Crisinan of Micanopy, and E. IB.
Godwin of Iigh. Springs, are authorized
to take subscriptions alnd collect for tihe
same for The Star. See them.about iti
Capt. Jio.. V. Jackson, one of the most
popular commercial travelers on the"road,
and who owns large property interests In
Levy county, was in the city yesterday
and last night from his home at Bronson.
Bring us your cotton, and price our
Mgoods. If you can do better elsewhere
thas with us, no harm done, but give us
a trial. W. asterlin Co., High
Springs, Fla. .
B. B. McCaa, traveling auditor for the
K. A. L. railroad, wis in the' city Satur-
day frotmi his home in Jacksonville.
While here he was the guest of the fam-
ily of his- brother in-law, Capt. H. C.
Deuton. -
If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dingo Unparalleled ITair Grower. Por
sale bv Dr. 8. B. ciddings, cafinesville,
and the I'ostoffice Drug and J. A-
Stephens, Store, High Springs. -..
It was indeed a pleasure on- yctterday
evening to have a call from Col. J, W.
Patton ofe Col.Patton in a
k.yal friend, one of the finest civil engi-
npere of the day, and one of nature's
noblenien.-Tamlpa Florida Baptist.
&Have you tried Giddings' Hair Grower?
Others have tried It and pronouticed it
good, For sale at hi. IB. Giddings' Drug
Store, dalnesville, and Postoffice Drug
Store and J. A Stephens., 1igh Springs
Mr. 0. H. Stewart of Nashville, Tenn.,
a boiler maker and sheet iron worker by
profession, has started up in business in
this city, and will make a specialty of re-
pair work. Any one in need of hles evi-.
tes will do well to confer with him. See
his advertisement in this paper.
Gifts that are beautiful, useful anal last-
itIg are thme ones that will nimot please
your family or ydur friends. Just drop
In our jewelry department asd examine
our "Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen,"
it is a rift of never ending usefulness. L.
C. Sn tih.
Lodge No 41, P. & A. M.,. has accept-
ed an Invitation to attend-in a body-
worship at the Methodist church Sunday
night, December 27, at which time the
pastor, Rev. W. J. Carpenter, who s alsoim
a member of the lodge, is expected to de-
liver an able, earnest and interesting ser-
The first thing to be done, when you
start out shopping for Christimaa goods,
is to secure a good pair of easy wearing,
comfortable fitting and stylish looking
shoes, in which the longer you walk the
longer you'll want to walk. Such shoes
can always be found In our shoe depart-
ment. 4. C. Smith.
Many Oalnesville people, not only
Methodists but other denominations also,
are real glad that Rev. W. J. Carpenter
has been returned to Oainesville for an-
other year, and sorry that the removal of
the Florida Chrlstiasd Advocate from this
city to Tallhasse has caumed Rev. L.
W. Moore to be no longer its editor,
which may result in his leaving this city.
"Count the day till Christmas,
The time 4 drawing near--
The taim of friendlygiving
To all we bold most dear,
Of gifts aad friendly greeting,
WeU wishers every, where,
And token. of remembrance
Removing every care."
"We gently call attention
To our well laden store,
Pulled with the choicest pieces
Frw ceiling to the floor.
And ask you to inspect them
Before elaw her you go.
The time wilr not e wasted,
You'll be repaid, we know."
L. C. SMITi.

Your Chicken, Eggs,
Vgetable, ad in fact all
0 ktndk of Country. Pro-

Higsbt Prices for Couu-
tRy iVwd and Sell s
c.lp oi the Cheapest.

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Firm offers


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SJohn Alexander. Dowie a again in
control of Zion City and all Itl Indus-
stries. This turn in affairs followed
S financial showing made Tuesday a&f
ternoo$ .-Wvlch satisaied all tne cred-
Itors, pho .Jo medustely made a for-
enal m ItlqIl before Yulge aJoblsaat to
a. .ve a 1or-C etW _hi Apotmcul by
the U4e4.. Statet. dlatric ourt a
Week go dissoly -
A D n qbQjcfl6"'- ified, -Jud ge
KohlsaBB jFrautted the request, and Ito-
6elivers lalount qpd CuHlet were die.
Li hrg d ...'

yqj'y pry; #'sp 5-- 4 P d ft
Be C4natitutlonalf'
The cse Intlttuted in Norfolk with
a view to end disputes as to the con-
stitutionality of the compulsory pilot-
age laws ham thus far resulted victo-
riously for the Virginia Pilotsa' Asao-
Thoe court of appeals has decided
that, t ilotage laws are conastitu-
tional and that the association memn-
bers hafre-*, legal right itD collect
charges from aIAp masters and ship
owners. htt -.de wlI be appealed lto
the United SBtLaee supreme court.

9f. L lal"Flying Me.
'Judge Expressas His Own Opninoq e-Fq. L r .r IeY'e. "Qe4'a" Plying Ma.
fore esntsneing Prisoner. c'hl14 uIelle into Potomae.
Expressing his bil, f that the ibet 'Under weather conditions whleb

flies A ir. Judit1 itn Let'& were regsed am perfect, o Ia*g4ery
a mTuenctd Co ult to rab.lo3r ,. wew a ee-.
IJF.C4 ,etitVAxuary. Tho, ond- triL'11juW ShWft rAlta*s-
jMI bnnf'm guilty of volunlarv from Washitaeon dowo the Potoma,.
atuihr. ,. r miaaslaughter thv the result belan the complete wreck
t*.*'"iete ft rwbt -onot to twenty of the airshi
Mula.n the dls 0tjop opf the judge. -r...
A- Big Tanning PaSit. $prsd.
SlPfely Wll, llSI Djir1J FIire broke out about idnighit Wed-
I ii -t-t-l iiir I |J day bight in the uuNer ofi tle
fJin ttakat Unique sstl. Bona. Alien mantifactory, at Uford.
I*H~feiae"^1**1" Cw 4. a.. and completely destroyed the
Adams, in fheh pl|at, -valued at $165.000, It Was partly
let court, k fft. Lottl covered by Insuranee.
Cell Commission -
M.u, to pay Jamnes Trial ef Klehinsff Murdrerer.
*$i3,094. d Adu teht StB PtetPeburgsayrs:
y for 8$3,8 The alf alleged to be
.ts kd to 1AvolV4 '. 0t Jews at
pqt ~, Sli4 sU, ,. -
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___ aJustlee of Georgiae t rep oe04rt
o'' t oand Man Who Fires NefIatelMd
Reslsts Opening of a Port to ryn far ** r*W y.
Commerce of the World. .udge Hal T. Lewis died .t.his home
nla reeqsboro, Ga.. Thursday morning
after a long Illess. For several months
DIRE THREAT DIRE THREAT I MA on acdou.t of Ill health.
Judge Lewis was the .son.C 00 am.
Mrs. Mills W. Lewis, of Ilolear, Or6 4
eqpadron of War Ships Rushed to Cho county, Georgia. He Wi, 4MI"4 *~
mulpo, Korea, the Port of Seoul, the common aclo? ff9 o* 'dw
To support Arbitrary. was later sent to W g el here
opposition .e gradu ore
Opposition. Shortly aftetiWqlatig college he studied
--- law, was g MlA=md the bar and re-
Advices 'of Wedntesday from Toklo, moved 5fgl4 ietr-he opened a
Japan, stated that a strong Russian law oil5. he formed a partner.
squadron, consisting of eight war SJW g1 r H. Orr, who-is now
ships, including two lattieships had U %IH race t e was
8bips, Icinehdllg- IW'o haltleshlps hatd n .lsptqql$nt state school commis-
arrived at Cheniulpo, Korea, the port lontr mandr Commisasioner Orr. Bo-
of Seoul. halv capital, to support RUB- ,lgra4tiolng law, however, he taught
sin's opiloslilon (o toe proposed opew- piol at Clinton, in Jones county, for
lfag or Yongampho to the commord 1 to -years.
of thi- world. The Russians threaten After remaining In Atlanta fqr sev-
to Jaud 3,000 mpen and march on Seaul eral years he moved back goD reens-
should Korea disregard their warning, boro, where he practiced law until he
Advices received at Yokohami from was appointed associate Justico,Oftho
Toklo say Rqsmla's reply to the Japan- supreme court. In 14#6 he was *lected
ese proposals -has .x0ot yet been re- & a delegate to thq natloial d Amocrat-:
ceived, and it its not believed that it ic convention from.the state at large.
will be finally decisive, but will prob. He sprang Into national fame at the
ably necessitate further negotIations Chicago convention by nominating WII-
on the subject of minor details. nam J. Bryan for the presidency of
It Is bellIv9d that uqloes JFp1#ak the Uiqted plates. Him speech caused
nmnimum deintrids are virtuill eba04- a great scene Ing ho auditorium, and
eqdea*. the cabinet at Toklo may de- there was a samoap for Bryan.
citne any amendments. In 1897, wlesa Judge Spencer R. At-
In any caea a section of the Japan- kinson retired from the supreme court,
- -vse diet is expected to Impeach the Governor W, T. Atkinson appointed
cabinet- for its apparent lac- *of ag- zJdetiM.1 f ll to"sheeoed him. He was
gsaiVeness, but I.ha -raulL-las dAoubt inter elected for the regular term of
2nl asi the government can dissolve the six years without opposition. In 1880
house if the opposition threatens to Judge Lewis married Miss Halite Poun-
embarrass It.afotelg policy. lain, of Green county. Three children
Japan, generally, fs calmly awaiting survive Judge Lewis, two sons and one.
Russia's reply, ready to end tme sus- daughter.
penase one way or the other, but re- Judge Lewis resigned from the gu.
solved not to yield anything of her prqme court last Oetober a year ago
present moderate stand, on account of failing health.
Cases Apprehension.
JfjodQma speotal alse: Te T'e.olo o 'liLVY WHITYE" SCORllDi
d*ja tch ,iouncltalgtbt arrival of
Ruassan float oR Chemulpo was com- sub-Commit te of NItianal Afro.
manoteated to .tNe qraelgofl i blyt. 'Ant*rme Council TakeaActilon.
slated Preas and was received The sub-committee of the National
,with. .ppreheelsion, though It was not AfroAfmerlcan Council, at a mleetiag
onuffrined by any foreign office dis- In Washington Thursday, decided to
p' patches from the Far East. It was hold the next omeetig. of the council
4d that if the Information from To- at St. Louis, September 4. 1904, and
lo ig correct, It wouTd almost certain- appointed a committee of lve to ap.
144 ullf'y any negotinAlons, however naarj bfors .hpl 9ra g, plItt at
p atng,u *i e6ing1iANrwit e'l "ri nextatironal republican conven-
Saliand Ja-a a. .w .4O n to upe-tWt take, vn .ac-
the J udJne" legal o* Ift 0 0 p in rqfere6e O th6 prac sal dk-
h no ctr tlonaof the Tilo al In a ]I tlnber a -q states of *ffrage
pjt alA Ba a tb,' the J ian t the ne9o. .
ia stUl,,Sld ~~a *h inclined to dis' "The Tlowing resolution were
o I t It. adopted:
4. Uncle Sam Backing -Japant "W6 art tcpposed to the unrepublit
The National Z itung (Berlin). can principle of drawing the color line
wlc ch as recently published a number in the republican party, which has
ofrtcprate telograms from St. Peters- been Inaugurated In certain states to
briyg, dlAted the following in Wed- the detriment of the party and the In-
nqlal'4 issue; jury of some of the most unoomipr-j-
4gn docaring that- a Russo-Japanese mixing supporters of Its policy In the
sebiement sa immediately at band. the past, and we believe that the prbposoJ
ttflIomats doubtless base their op'nlon reduction of representation in the na-
:o0a the well casablished fact that dur- tional republican conventlen would be
Int the three weeks there had been an Injustice which the party should
anw exceedingly active exchange of not perpetrate.
teltgrpms between Toklo and Washing- "We take this opportunity to express
toeA, which suddenly stopped two days our gratitude to the president for dar.
ag* The diplomats conclude trom this i- g at all times to stand up for Im-
ci unlwstaAce tat -the governments of- partial justtee and the manhood rights
it United 81te4s and Japan had been guaranteed by the constitution and the
eaged4th highly Important negotla- laws based thereon. We have never
S*a4 s regards common action asked speial01 consideration in r-y jatt.
against Russla aind that the neKotia ter affecting the common rights of cit.
tiohfs have been concluded. Whether liens, and sincerely believe that he has
they led to iaosltive results or simply not sought to give us such. He has
dittlosed the imposilbility of resohing treated us just like other citlsens; we
an agrooment, the diplomats expect to have never asked for more and will not
ascertain front Washington or Toklo." be satisfied with less."
Elditorlally Theio Nntilnal ZoltiruK A resolution was adopted requesting
says it does not expect the United the senate to confirm the nomination
States will seriously oppose R tssia, of Dr. Crum as collector of the port of
"which han bin actLing as pac3-.raker Charlestont .
for Amorlu-an commerce.
;' -,r Muohy,,fi-4ntqj- Men are In
-inrucs t sqph Qvu nd Jury to Ciut* 3 I Law at mobile.
SLi.t b Gulty Man Escape. Albert Driscoll, alias Duncan, and
I Instructing the grand jury that J,B.,t R ell, liaes Clark, were identl-
wet In Kansas CIlty. Ken., Wnadeaday i fled et Mflble,'Ala., Thursday morning
to Investigate alleged hoodling, Judge by Captain Taylpr, of the Montgomery
FI ater Hd: .* pola forco, s the/ e.l !t b i blew
'bn ttl tihtfinnty thore huae grown the safes of the opera house and B. B.
to la 4soentmir9ut that pqreqnPnqptl S pustIla ,Atore Ia that alty.
t poverty r'a nn u rbnfalnablo thing:; Telegrams from all over the country
that every man has his price. Such a are pouritng Into the office of the chef
condition is appalling, and demoralis- OredoHe aegiu for descriptions of the
uIng. Let noirlbldSvEr, mibeal-terp4 mk and t(e goods that were found
Scorrupt iubltofcJplll lesal.1e 3*' .. onethem,

Glrls Will Probably Go on Strike.
New York girls to the number of
2.000, employed In the manufacture ol
petticoats have formed a union and
demand a general Incroaso In wages.
A strike is anticipated.


MIllienaire Gives $100,000 t oSouth
Carolina Edueational Institution.
Rev. Dr. 1. M. Poteat. president of
furman University, Greanvlle, S. C.,
Ips just returned from the north
Where he secured from John D. Rocke-
feller a donation of $100,000 for Fur-
man. Dr. Potest recently yralsed $125,.-
000 for the Institution, most of the con-
tributions being n blocks of 6350.


te al tev ty oent of the t170f,.
So Estate Ia Delpyed,
PSat hidpe Cleveland, at New
HjaYiNLg OM, twa itnfmedr by Attor-
av0 brWu.--ef0 Haatian. Tuesday
tat UR o ftkt hal dqpelted to sign
with the other-4t the iUwtlon to the
court that the t. W eatry N. Plant be
deelae to ave, .esn a reMJdent of

whi* 77

Is Import of a .Reokiution
Adopted In the Senate.


Representative Lamer Beg(ne Action
ln Complilane With. Resolution
Passed In Flriida LegIslature.
Sensational Charger.

A. Washington special says: The
house .of representatives by formal
resolutiont has instructed its judiciary
committee to investigate the charges
against United States District Judge
Charles Swayne, of Florida, with a
view to possible Impeachment. This
action was taken at Thursday's ses-
sion after a two hours' debate.
The resolution .was Introduced by
Judge Lamar, -the new representative
from Florl4a, and -had as its basis
resolutions adopted by the Florida leg-.
islature last August.
Judge Lamar, Mr. Clayton, of Ala-
bama, and Mr. Williams, of Mississip-
pi, led the fight for the adoption of the
Impeachment resolution, while General
Grosvenor, of. Ohio, Mr. Payne, of
New York, Mr. Lacey, of lowa, and
other republican leaders, supported
-Mr. Lacey's motion to refer.
Mr. -Lamar, rising to a question of
privilege, after announcing that he
would offer a resolution, in which
would be- embodied a joint resolution
of the Florida legislature, said:
"In pursuance of that joint. resolu-
tion, I desire to impeach Charles
Bwayne, judge of the United States
district court for the northern district
of Florida, with high crimes and mis-
The resolution, after reciting in the
preamble thd resolution of the Flor-
Ida .legislature, says:
"Resolved, That the committee on
the Jdicieary be directed to Inquire
and report whether the action of the
house is sequisite concerning the offi-
cial misconduct of Charles Swayne,
Judge of the United States district
court for the northern district of
FP6rlds, and say whether said Judge
has held terms of his court as requir-
ed by law, whether he has continuous-
ly and persistently absented himself
from said state, and whether his acts
and omissions In his Office of Judge
have been such ae In any degree to
deprive the people of that district of
the benefits of the court therein to
amount to a dental of Justice; whethib
the said.Judqe has been guilty of cor-
rupt conduct ip office and whether his
administration of his office has result.
ed in Injury and wrong to litigants
of his court."
The resolution further authorizes
the Judiciary committee to send for
persons and papers and to do other
things essential to the investigation.
Mr. Lamar moved the adoption of
the resolution. Mr. Grosvenor sug-
gested that there should be specific
charges; that the house should go
slowly and be extremely careful. The
house Is not a grand jury, he said.
Messrs. Lacy. Payne and Fuller, re-
publicans, expressed In the same vein.
In reply, Mr. LAmar said:
"As I understand, this objection
made by the gentlemen from Ohio
/(Mr. Grosvenor), Is that I do not
charge Judge Swayne with an specific
crime. I do charge him generally with
high crimes and misdemeanors. Why
should I be forced to state, when the
proof is to be submitted to the com-
mittee on judiciary, the specific mat-
ters upon which that general allega-
tion Is made. Every single crime that
this Judge Is capable of committing is
charged when I charge him of high
crimes and misdemeanors. But If the
gentleman d sires that I shall make
my charges seriatim, I charge -this
judge first, with continued, persslatent
and, if you please, pernicious absentee-
ism from his district; second, with cor.-
rupt otfficial conduct based on several
matters; third, I charge Judge Swayne
with maladministration of Judicial
matters In his court, so much as to
embarrass bankrupts and annihilate
the assets of litigants and others ap-
pearing within hie Jurisdiction." J
Mr. Williams, the minority leader,
contended, for the adoption of the re.s-
olution, citing former cases and argu-
ing that the verbal statement of Mr.
Lamar as sufficient.
The motion to refer the resolution Zo
the Judiciary committee was lost, when
the resolution as offered by Mr. Lamar
wea adopted with a few dissenting
The house then adjourned for (he

national Importance. The Pan-German
doctrine Is growing among German
Americans, few of whom volunteered
in the war with Spain. He bellcci
that German InlerestF are growing to
such an extent in Soth Amrerica that
the strain upon the Monroe doctrine
will eventually result In a conflict.

Jury Finds Upton and McGregor Guilty
Iec'umw elun.

puU- w ruit WWU L@A

Selected by Georgia Corn- Urf Summer.
mission In Final Session. Important
f. BachI
A-1.. .a 0

' matters Of wee t Regarding the
Oetop D'Etat In Panama.

$enawor toar, of a..sch.uetts, In-
troduced sl the sesute Wednesday the
following resolution:
"Resolved, That the presafent be re-
quested, it not In his Ju4gment In-
oompatiblI with the public interest, to
commmunieate to, the senate such. facts
as may to In his possession or In thtt
of any of the executive departments as
will show at the time of the ratification
of the treaty with the republic of Pan-
ama, lately communicated to the sen-
ate that that proyluce, Panama. had
successfully established its indepenld-
ence, had lawfully adopted a constltuw
tlon and had given authority to the
persons with whom said treaty pur-
ported to have been made to nego-
tiate and ratify the same; also, the
population of said' republic of Panama.
at that time, Its capacity for self gov-
ernment and the race and character
of the 'persona composing it; also
whether the officials negotiating or
ratifying the treaty on the part of
-Panamra had any personal or private
Intention- relating to the construction
of the canal acroea the Isthmus of Pan-
amjL; also whether the constitution tf
the republic of Colombia authorized
the secession of Panama therefrom,
and whether Colombia was preventc.d
by the action of the United States ,or
by any officer or force under the ju-
risdiction of the same from attempting
to assert its authority or to prevent
such secession, and what Instructions,
If any, had been given by the govern-
ment of the United States to such of-
fiters, whether civil, military or na-
val, and whether if any action had
been taken by such officers without
special authority; what action was so
taken and whether such action hal
been approved or disapproved by the
government of the United States; also
at what time Information of any revo-
lution or resistance to the'government
of Colombia In Panama was received
by the government of the United
States or any department thereof, and
whether any Information was received
of any expected or intended revolution
before It occurred and the date of
such Information.
By general agreement the resolu-
tion went over until Thursday without


Morgan Takes Occasion to Critilase
Policy of President Roosevelt.
In the senate, Wednesday, Senator
Teller concluded his speech In oppo.
sition to the Cuban reciprocity bill aind
Senator Morgan was heard in opposi-
tion to that measure. The Alabama
senator devoted the greater part of his
attention to the Panama canal ques-
Mr. Teller took up the question of
the activity of General Wood while act-
Ing as governor of Cuba in behalf 4f
Cuban reciprocity with the United
States. Ho said there were oflfcll
records to shqw that the Cuban gov-
ernment had paid to exceed $15,000 In
that Interest during General Wood's
administration. He declared that the,
press of both the United States and
Cuba had been utilized In support of
the policy of reciprocity and quoted fig-
ures showing the amounts paid for
newspapers advocating this policy.
Mr. Morgan took occasion In the
course of his remarks to refer fro-
quently to the Panama canal trealty,
and In that connection he again freely
criticlsed whet he denominated 'pres-
idential usurpation."
IT the house Mr. Payne. chairman of
the committee on ways and mean. re-
ported when that body convened Wed-
nesday a resolution providing for the
reference of the president's message to
committees and the house wont into a
committee of the whole, with Mr. Burlh-
ott. of Nebraska, In the chair, for its


National Committee Will Meet In
Washington Januaary 12.
James K. Jones. chairman of the
Democratllc Natlpunal Committee, has
Issued a call for the commitlotee to meet
at the Shoreham hotel in Washington.
D. C., Tuesday, January 12, for the
purpose of decld!ng upon imtne and
place of holding the Democratic na-
_ tonal convention.


Is Prediction of Major Qeneral MoAur.
thur During Military Conference.
Major General MaeArthur. during
the military conference in Honolutl.
said that, in all probability, war will
take place between the United tBlates
and Oermanv in tho near future, which
makes the Hawaiian National Guard of

rendered the coach unfit for use.

in atimoUre Court.
C. Ellsworth Upton and Thomas Me- TO CURTAIL COTTON OOD.
Gregor, on trial In the United States
district court at Baltimore for con- Is Plan of Manufacturers Inaugurate*
spiracy to rob the government In con- at Meeting In Charlotte.
necton with a contract for leather In response to a call by a commit,
pouches ,were adjudged guilty late tee representing the North Carolina
Tuesday afternoon.. Sentence' was Manufacturers' Association, over a
suspended pending a motion for a new hundred cotton manufacturers,. repre-
trial. sending 24 439 spindles and 8,065
looms, lockatL thrput the south.
RATSe CURTAIL BUlSNESS ern tates, me- Charl. t.e T1day
S w Mi- e r and Inaugurated a .plan for curtatl-
orgala awMi et old Ineret an ment of the production of tton
Tle. Moed In Ias Valdso goods by the mill of the* atire n-
The Georia IterwsttehawiiA MIt As- Utr. .
soclaUo met lIn Valdosti Tuesd-a at. A committee tof fifteen was
ternoc &ad night, tCh moeUag being to meet a similar committee -
the largest off the sa r. other sections and agree to dmcreae'
stIhftetas pro ress srepofted production.- Lhroughout the United
Is the -ligt whtihIs5N1aW IEBlade States.
agatn t (he raise of rfites to weter"

ltoins disclosed antaims"t pompiete I to e t onvy. "nol te marines
e-bki of western bu.1 but I 4 r" to now oly the pM
af q deeasw a 7Wa h n. The o"94-tewa eoDy tol as

Ir ii.tin i t; m.


Charge Made that Fusion Offoaials
Were Taking Unfair Metlede to
Gain Centrol by -Meoae of
the Negro Voete.

A uniform series of text books to
be used for the next five years in the
common schools of Georgia was final-
ly selected and adopted Tuesday
night by the state school nook com-
mission, in session at Atlanta, after
more than a month of arduous toll
In studying bids, reports of the sub-
commission, hundreds of sample of
books submitted and hearing from nua
merous representatives of book pub-
lishing concerns as to the merits of
their various publications.
. The figures of the various contracts
show that a great amount will be
saved annually to the people of Geor-
gia, the reduction ranging from 25 to
50 per cent In some cases below the
prices for which these books can at
present be obtained of dealers. This
will mean a saving of hundreds of
thousands of dollars to the people of
Georgia, it having been estimated that
the saving will amount to more than
$600,000 during the five-year period.
The commission reached its con-
clusion at a final meeting held at the
governor's mansion, after the mont
careful and faithful consideration of
all the books offered, studying them
from a standpoint of quality as well
as of price.
Dissatisfied with the first bids that
wero offered, the commission rejected
them all, and called for new ones
throughout. These bids were much
below those first submitted, and were
In every way satisfactory. Old books
will be received in exchange for new
ones on the same subject, at a value
all the way from 50 to 68 2-3 per cent
of the new book.
The books adopted by the commis-
sion will be used In the public schools
next year, and (the contractors will be
called on to supply them at as early
a date as possible. The successful
bidders will confer with Attorney Gen-
eral Hart at once, and the contracts
will be signed without delay, it being
the desire of the commission to get
the books as near the first of the year
as is possible.
A statement was Issaued by the state
school book commission relative ic1
the books adopted, and giving the
commission's reason for the actions
taken .
Following are the books selected:
Readers-Graded Literalure First
and Second Readers; Lee's I third,
Fourth and Fifth readers.
Arithmeticsa--Bacon's Intermediate
Arithmetic; Wentworth's Practical
Arithmetic; MIue'a Standard Arith-
metic. (To be used In 8thSib and sub-
sequent grades.)
Grammars-Hyde's course in Eng-
lish. Book 1; Reed & Kellogg's Gral.
ed Lessons In English, new edition;
Buehler's Modern Grammar.
History-Beginner's History of Our
Country; Field's History of United
Staten; Evans' History of Georgia.
Agriculture-Ilunnicutt's Agricul.
Physiology and Hglene--Hutche
son's Lessons in Physiology and Hy.
glen, Book 1; Conn's Elementary
Physiology (to be used in 7th and stib
sequent grades.)
Civics-Ueterman's Civil Govern
ment, Georgia edition.
Primer-Wheeler's Primer
Writing-Roudebush Copy Books.
Spelling-Branson's Speller, Book
1; Swinton's Word Book.

Washington is Notified.
The state department has received
a brief cablegram from Consul Davies
at Alexandretta, Asiatic Turkey, say.
Ing that he had had trouble with the
local police at Alexandretta and had
left for Beirut In consequence. The
state department promptly cabled
Minister Lelshman at Constantinople
to Institute a thorough investigation.


Strike sympathizers Roughly Handle
Conductor and Motorman.
In a riot at Chicago Thursday grow-
ing out of the recent strike on the Chi-
cago City Railway, a car was wrecked
iy a mob of union sympathisers who
furiously attacked the non-union con-
ductor asnd motorman, badly injuring
The riot was participated In by hun-
dreds of men and boys. Forced to flee
troam th car thu non-union men were
knocked off their feet and severely
pummelled. Struggling up again, the
victims fled in different directions, pur-
sued by the crowd. The mob falling
to recapture the fugitives returned to
the ear, destroyed the wood work and

--Tom Cox, charged
Ing of Patrolman Dowe
Tenn., together with B
and Owen McDonough
being accessories to ti
been removed to the )a
ga for fear of lynching.
-Mobile, Ala., police
they believe to be twb o
gerous safe-blowers in
-T. W. Wright, sU:
the People's cotton fa
gomery, Ala., has beer
Ing a child under 12 ye
violating the state's chl
-Southern hosiery
at their meeting at Ch
nesday decided to advi
on their products e per e
of next.June.
-Methodists of Alab
nual conferences M
southern church at Pen
northern church at Ann
-James K. Jones, c
democratic national om
sued a call for the corn
at the Shoreham hotel
Tuesday, Janukry 12, I
of deciding upon time
holding the democratic
-Senator "Teller c
speech In opposition to
ciproclty bill Wednesdi
Morgan also was heard
to that measure. The
tor devoted (the greater
tention to the Panama c
-Addressing the ill
turers, Presildont Brint
Plow Works, predicted
fight for the closed
there will be bloodshed
---. S. Peters, presld
as Cotton 6'rowers' P
elation, has issued a c
the farmers of the soul
cot ton.
-Senator Hoar has
resolution demanding I
Roosevelt furnish the
facts in regard to the
-Captain Blanton V
ular Georgian, has bee
the judge advocate gea
ment of the army, wit
-The situation in the
Ing district Is serious,
strike Deputies and cl
on from ambush Wedne
-Secretary Cortelyou
first annual report as I
apartment of labor and c
-It Is again reported
troops are converging o
all parts of Colombia.
States will not alow an
-American residents
Pines feel that their Int
been properly safeguard
ban treaty pending at
-A tromir Ruslian a



Bath evIltieu.
Glass for bath and toilet odds and
ends Is wrought into towal racks, comb
and brush racks, soap trays, tooth-
brush holders, sponge racks, and eti-
tire bathroom sets.
Maplewood made into a bathtub is
originally patented and can be turned
utpide down and become a chair when
its lavatory duties are done.
A bath trunk is quite as unique and
Is loVed by the tourist who goes to out-
ofthe-way byways and highways of
the earth. It is made of composition
stuf that suggests leather, and has a
close-fittlug cover to shut down, over-
lapping like a trunk lid, and all of it
ig0ohng eminently respectable when
tautly strapped and duly labeled.
One medium-stsed can be metamor-
t_ nlatoe a tabouret when occasion

AJ MIIiu is one Oft thy new batll
#4t4lils; paper mache Is another. Ja-
phlnd ware and divers sorts of -sin-
4 tin lined with porcelain and glass
51e1 their admirers.
There are self-adjusting rubber
the which jump Into shibe tt the
W4tq of a screw, and have stands
They may be lowered and raised
I f lsh bath modes lead, Canadian
.J9O and Bombay and other tropical
,4ets are well known to the ocelden-
Smaker and buyer of fine baths.-
ceago Tribune.

r. 9. B.
A guest visiting a family containing
a number of children was frequently
Ipufled at meal time by bearlft g one
ir another member of the household
murmur. in a warning tone. "P. H. B."
Iullply his curiosity became so acntt
tlat he asked his host what the say-
ing meant.
S"It meanss" replied the head of the
household, smilingly, "that It Isn't safe
to ask for a second helping, or to AV-
cipt If one be oftered-that there isn't
any more of that particular dish lu the
"I see," ieturued the partially e;-
plightened guest. "But what Is the eX-
act significance of those three le-
'They stand," said the host. --for
- Family, Hold Back.' ".-Wowman's
Homey Companion.

A Tsbls& Co-ay.
There are three Toltiolr ettemeits
In England-at Christ ChSaeh. PW-
leigh, nssex, sn" en the Oetawoa
L1lr. no long distance flU Qtpies
ter. but rather nearer to the town of
StMrud. The current aumeor of t11
magazine called Vitality haq m p11ha-
trated article on the tattW r fol'
'with which the editor "wa st h dW .
appointed." It was bouS fl y es
ago an the eomnamiel Wu Im. btp t .-
failed. 'MThe ar q r e t huts-
with ten mAex f *,-lg f&ior

Ambai Mo




rived at Chemulpo, Korea, to prevent
the proposed opening of Yongampho
to the commerce of the world.
-In tha Turkish official report. Uni-
ted States Consul Davies Is blamed for
:he troubles at Alexandretta.
-At Opelika, Ala., a disastrous fire
occurred Sunday morning In which the
Planters' warehouse ,containing 800
bales of cotton and a $3.500 fire en-
gine, was completely destroyed. The
total loss Is upward of $60,000.
-The plant of the Hubbard manu-
factory at Pittsburg, Pa., was destroy-
ed by fire Sunday. Loss between $200,-
000 and $300,000.
-Big restaurants at San Francisco
closed Monday and wil remain closed
until the present strike of union cooks
and waiters has been adjusted.
-James L. Tyner, ex-asslt(ant at-
torney-general for the postoflice de-
partment, writes President Roosevelt
again denying the charges made by
Bristow. stating that nis accuser mir-
quoted and falsified data submitted 'o
the president.
-When Virginians in congress pre-
seat the proposition to place a statue
of Robert E. Lee in statuary hall, the
southern contingent will pint to the
fact that the United States government
cannot object on the ground that he
was a secessionist, owing to the gov-
ernment's recognition of Panama.
-China Is said to be contemplating
the raising o! an army of a hundred
thousand men to protect the province
of Chi Li In case of hostilities.
-Governor Longino, o Missiassippi,
promised a committee of Elks to hold
up the charter asked by ihe blks of
America, Asia and Africa, a colored
organization, until he could make rutr-
ther Investigations.
-Governor Durbin. of Indiana. while
hunting in Coffee county mistook his
horse for a Georgia quail and conse-
quently the party had to walk back to
-The regular session uf the fifty.
e ghth congress convened Menday. The
senate will discuss the Cuban reciproc-
ity bill, from time to time. until the
18thb1 when a vote will be taken. The
house hops to pass at least two of
the appropriation bills before the hol-
iday recess.
--overnor Peabody. of Colorado, hsa
Issued a proclamation declaring Crip.
pie Creek under martial law and asu.
pensieag the writ of habeas corpus. Ha
declare that the gold camp is In a
stae ot Insurrection and rebellion,
madthat the civil authorities are pow-

"ert-leskegee. Ala., Ralph Arnn.
strOn g WI found guilty of tie murder
of his esiln. Miss Alle ArmsLrong&
sad Senumced to hang on JanuayL
i perans were killed end

.* .' .... I .. : I k-' ii+ :r+ +

Wpoftes'w *0. gt*#eomptb is she an
thor of Sa MUt* Iw TSW he lad9pendsat
y of Most on the subJet *f"T6he Outlook for the
Flying MaehMe.'" Tle outlook Is very
vPnts gloomy from th prfsaer'" stand.
Day. point. He poOat out a aNmber of dif.
fculties, which he says are only prelim.
nary ones pate op the surface. A
with the kill-, more fundamental one still, which the
ell, of .asbvile, writer feels may prove inaurmounts.
urke Thompson ble, ais based on a law of nature which
a, charged with we are bound to accept It is that
he killing, have when we Iperease the Slse of such a
.11 at Chattanoo- machine, without ohaging its model
we Increase the weight In proportion
men arrest men to the cube of the linear dimensions.
of the most dan Far example, suppose that an Inventor
the country. sucoeed. as wll be maY. in making
a machine wbic will ibo luto a match
perintendent of -ase, yet complete In all its parts. able
ctory, at Mot- o fly around the room. It may carry
fined for work- i button, but nothing heavier. Elated
ars of age, thus by his success, he makes one ont the
lid labor law. same model twiee ad large in every
manufacturers, dimension. The parts .of the first,
attanooga Wed- which are one Inch In length, be in.
ance the priced creases to two Inches : very part is
cent on the first twice as long, twice am broad and twice
as thick. The result sla that his maelilne
S- eight times as heavy as before. But
ama began An- the sustaining surface Is only four
Wednesday-the times as great. As compared with the''
acola, ., the smaller machine, Its ratio of effective.
iston. ness is reduced one-halt. It may carry
chairman of the two or three buttons, but will not car-
wmittee, has is- ry over four, because the total weight.
imlttee to meet machine plus buttons, can only lie
in Washington quadrupled, and it he more titan
for the purpose quadruples the weight of the inachilue
e and place of he must less than quadruple that of
c national con- the load. How many of such enlurge-
ments must he make before his ton.
concluded his chine will cease to sustain tself.l he.
: the Cuban re- fore it will fall as an inert mass whiiu
y and senator we seek to make It fly through the air?
d In opposition Is there any nise at which it will be
Alabama sena. thble to support a. human being? Wte
space of his at- may well hesitate before we saiiwer
ace of hi a this question in the affirmative.
canal question. It is of Interest to notice that the law
linols manufac- Is reversed in the case of a body which
on, of the Peru Is not supported by the reslastaue, ,,r
SLthat if the a fluid In which it Is Immersed. Iut
shop continues floats In It-the ship or balloon, for
I In the United example. When we double the linear
dimensions of a steamship In all its
lent of the Tex- parts we Increase not only her weight.
protective Asao- but her floating power, her carrying
Circular urging capacity and her engine capacity eight.
th to hold their fold. But the resistance which abhe
meets with when passing through the
water at a given speed Is only multi-
introduced a plied four times, Hehce. the larger we
that President build the steamship the more econom-
senate all the teal the application of power necessary
Panama revolu- to drive It. The proportionately dimin.
Fishing resistance which In the -flying
Vinship, a pop- machine represents the floating power
en assigned to Is In the ship something to be over-
neral's depart- come. Thus, there is a complete re-
th the rank of verbal of the law in Its practical all-
plication to the two cases.
e Colorado min- The balloon Is In the same -laiss
Sowing to the wth the oblp. Practical difficulties
l kw e firhe aside, the larger it Is built the more er-
lerks were fired festive It will be, and the more advan-
esday. tageous will be the ratio of the pow.r
u has made his which is necessary to drive It and the
head of the de- realstance to be overcome.
commerce If. therefore, we are ever lI liHVs
I that bodies of aerial navigation with our preaeit
n Panama from knowledge of natural capabilitle it is
. The United to the airship floating In the air. ralli
invasion of the er than the flying machine resting on
the air, to which we are to look. In
i of the Isle of the light of the law which I have laid
erests have not down, the subject, wble not at all
ded in the Cu- promising, seems worthy of more iall
Washington. terlion than it has received.
aintidron has ar.

-* T aety pnlar ate rodS .1 ,e a law
walke down the And nee WaEeYet' a hundred feet or so trm te A a ghtee will b eace
A motoIinf ndn r ha. Eve of the gpr.*a cliff, with the sea dashaag between Ato B O U T M O U N D BU IL Ed t a ha
at M r the ma outoodh tell of the leprechawn's revenge on
l t aure than you as you stood there "l 1- o iNewoome".t' the Wtve h owet
S70 Bstand.old, yet afraid. Firrash Flynri.-Ned Newcomne, i-the twentyve.
an tht swept your shou.. Ad .ein bird. woke, tremblin.g, m ,
51 5 u hy h the, And mye lde t wers were aware, 0.. 0 Tim""s, U.n .1.-d.h
'- '.h 4c- tnd r as ii O .was faint with the frigruan "I """ .plaint ape e0noewa-
tGeo(l~d your hair. .The greatest wonder In thelne Alaep
science JUst now -to radium, the new GtILLy(:Tr. Ohio to b guIn, In order to hold the drill "ll The first
S real h our lips found waysaof sphaing substa ne is y aPara ppro-- a eUnted pl Dr. u t deernd to outas
3.. a b b:.dat the o ot of s i hat Fords ca-tnrtsay,,a o e 1 14 I lt
S Odorli lies- hundredd nest. gaveMusice, fessor and his wife. i adeumn looks s states has proved asucha just o0. long It. would take to rn a o rnked lllmot
u4hed w -Fred. LAndthe east Ws11^* like ordinary table salt, but It i worth Io teaSure houeo, of relics of ucb a bole. He 1vorked at one hole t kno O little bada. .
-F.reder4 e, ioton Trwae pt. olbot u ie r-,o i, th hao st led ayed ei '
.... "'crh' 1--rence Knowles, n nTra ipt. about a million dollars a pound, and 1 i mound blders ,d pr or two ye nd e left It lcen- i ou l thontl o "" tid n a-
there 1 ouly a' tablespoonful tn exsa. mai as Southern Ohio. and for plete.Of co e, the abiginea ere to ditio "old ar- many breadwinner.
tere.ARRAY4 only ab"es. this area the 9cloto Valley Is probably doubtlee a more killfu: at stech work ou i it.
SR "Radium i the rarest and most preo the richest. One of the unanswerable than Dr. Rau. and could complete a clearly th t rabl to ha nd pet on the
clous substance In the world," says questions about the aborigines Isa Why hole ain much less time, yet the process s e sort of e e ersatio its onlned t
"A T1 Cleveland Mofett. in McClure'? 31Mag did they..ake io many Implements of must have been asuifflently tedious, t they ha t y been husband i osp. ano
r u, e -. LA-- asine. It has so many mysterious pow. atone? And after they had made them Frequently, In opening a mound, great and wife for a year. t n th e'l t ea. lSY th et o
R V"NGEFUL I l u er" that evep its. discoverers do not, .it such a great expense of time and Ia. quantitles of little beads are found. But It s not enough to m e he e- apers and- Sagazines. T
UnAW N Lderstand It. Some of the strange bor, why were they -so careless with all nicely perforated. .ch hof them rbration a mere githserig together ot wives complain lttterly the
: """" things thatfit can do r.reas tollow them? The at abudane of these represeata wek of or, the per. ther fr nds to pend to he level ofe
i'. ..' q "k' O 1. It gives out heat without b6lug relics' Is to many areheologlsta the foratlons were made by selling a ster teplaig apectaciof n ut' ; ,tirlsnd havef

Stliate with the good peo- never rar." .2. Itgies out light. Two pounds of which have been carefully. gleaned hand, and holding the bead against the to entertain them. And sino e ti't s llu ca
O "O's ter"I- -e.co-doterthe. l ofagoth du evethe ht.2.y h t b eth stdand mholding""c-
i le that she could turn her- Thelittle mn let a dry laugh out of it would light up a room. thirty feet year after year still turn up fresh spec- point of the drill with, tiie left. annlversary li, by common cons-nt, t \e when a Aetre r 'ts 0n
self ito coarel stu minute. him and says let aur fish out of square. linens after every plowing, while every Mr. Fowke shows that this Infini cotton wedd-hg, the party mut Wh.\\i atllnetr'es on the st
self t ad thareaty minute 'y and that wiys: e a losp tofish will o 3 it s held' near the eyes it will meadow put iato cultivation open up patience still exists among savages an appropriate character. to a looklig glats t' pin
rgh,dlyn would never come to a enUrely." y caueaobllndnes. a fresh source otf supply. citing the case of th .tribes of tbo A rather unusual method ofbringlng (very felluil'e t3" ii
r0o d end because evernd always he Falth there 4. It .destroys germs, plants and Gerard Fowke, one of the best a. Ainiazon, which make beautiful thes this about sta sheet and pillow-cae watched hor wilth gr,,t in
M lw.aking fun of the fares. When does," and Farrah didn'ttake hiseyes small annals like mice and rabbits. thoritles today, considers this abu of rock crystal an inch n diameter party,e which I also a SdomIno i^ ty. doubt. nisuy tusdsiulie ,, iev.l
aragh heard it he burst out ahng for a minute o the lerehawn Profesor Dany says that a couple dance of. aboriginal stone implemets and ouetimes eight Inches long. ky This should not be of the old.fa hioed but we woin kno. r s
said: "Th next t Moleb turns iI think I;l be gol now," aythe of pounds would destroy the whole a most perpsextig puise. Did the rubbing down the outside with pieces kind, in which costumes re a. fle up er hair Jst ,.
iereit ate a nret l et ole tu." lt te an, say population of Paris If they came with. aborigines have such a 4lsregard of of stone, and then drilling them from ward and unbecomntu ut ont n presses It down, a,.l t(u
S"It'slittle I care or himself or h little You cant ban ints influence. work and time that they preferred to end to end with the 'flexible shoot of -'epted drese hanged nobly coax oe i..
gun, then," IueareAd .Aolsh, whime the havei s Y s "c dge tl say *S 5. It cures cancer and similar di make a new Implement rather than the wild plaintairi. To finish the larger In grat 'ui 'sltua. For both men and poslitim nisul we w.lat> f '
Story W ,s brought to sh wen e kriew Anve atwoish" ays rrh eases hunt for a lost one? Or did they hIve ones reqlres the lifetime of two-mren; women illn shet may be put on i to con5c truo. I supple
ell that whe brought wao under the kne- "Aoul what o ul you lke to- havae 6. It has a mysterious influence upon a superstitious fear of using what had that is, a man works all his llfo at it. the same way. 'se width is passed .were iot all so very lilalle
antmet the only thing tht enoud he country of yourow asked sects, kli ouie and prolonging belonged to a previous generation? and leaves the unftilshed ornament to around the body Just below the arm- tuken -' shouhl i.t feel
rt iher at all wa a golden t. thli an thr thelives of others. Does this abundance Imply a popula- .youth. who someftmes dies of old age pits, the two voters bouht to the pleasnur In proving ouisel
t hare gold was too gode in llet, th- little an with agrip 7. It can be usud to produce new spe- tion so nAumerous that the loss of even before he gets It coitpleted. ac crossed, ts e ra t London Truth.
" and suretgold whit toohstlre in htati "That t wold," oid wag"osutd hati t b o pa.r e t t.. a cekatU- n u
lNA-Gar to go oshbootiug ires or its it an't I ol r dt cles of Insects, birds tii animals. this great iniIuber of specimen' was Buds unwearying patieuje as ethis .n r ni totheshouldeiti on
Slth it. your er to give me M. Curie nnd his wife, who. dlsov- considered a. trivial matter. Does it teems lulosl incredible, yet thhe iuaple. inhdr,-Th d te front fuil stio.kbe Cron fi
. P larragh lynu lived aln, all y l too o t f I rager ered it, hav'e had tleir hands and arms ma tean that the users wer fr.eced to mi. uments of tlhe aborigines of this reelon, straight TillarounI 1. t t Is too n If you should be on ai fr
S himself. on a tarni of his own, and as "We o il see about w hat," sa the burned by tlle dangerous substance. 'grate so unexpectedly that they were scattered as they are In uchb lumbers, part of- It msy b folded below the la witlls ertsu shopke
therewas a bi whitethorn i I a prewit see about that," says the t is possible they say, that radium unable to take their possessions along were fashlon.ed In thbs very way. The chest. Rather lare hoet should York City, se ght o
there wasa ig wtet.hornlof hi a lre and h bega waking y e cho r, bt a preset it takes ith thet, or did they gradually be- method still srvives o fit is cet t e she cll "tM grn dest
onevery oratne in t. e vll-. tk11 i- roui d nt round Farragh, who got t eight- tons of material to produce com0e extinct In the neighborhood worked to-day by e.rtauit nageRjua h a n cera e of
-.,.every 01on titth village htsnew it so tirled- trying to -llep his eyes on hinm brought to this country."
wasn't right for him to be na:iking that he ell fast asleep there on the enough radlinl to fill at salt spoos. where these remains are found? And, as it was thousands of yetirs igo. ti'. After th ser on, the W ma f ry a a of white
. -me of the fairies. edle of a e ila rietfft wthr ais the i either event, what led to this resultT? indlans of Mexico. Peri and Clifornia lio what they e n the ay ofThese bdsarpar
Ah. be wn the lt bborn n on- t r at rolo ro tet and r.h. Was it fauoneh Was It plague? Was strike off flakes with stone halumers owerr ion tn enttmloo admirably. They awing frome
tirely. and himn a young manl at that. ging away at t far below. Goo HeI0tleth ays that meat owes (s- it the sudden encroachment of noV or "with little wedges of bone. dom- 'Tho lel-por crat -nt can e a th kit tri
He wouldn't believe that Donick 'hen Farragh woke up t was the haifulproperties chiefly to tw erwhelming force of mplcabe en tmethe chip are flaked off by.pr- tet themsve with shly t n fl the crystal.ro
0olan saw the ghost that disappeared morning of he next day, and, wonde things: First, ihS grms, or microbes, es ur; but In every lIstance the Imp- dre-oeep f o
S aIn flash o'. fle at :oc-k-crow, and he of wonders, at great thing had taken whin may give rise to disease in tihe t These are questions which it nent were iped hit by bit d wll nn meown is a masterpiece an
even wouldn't give in that there was nnce! Tihe part of the -clff he wa flesh which i eaten; and,. second, pol. thought may &ever be answered with infsi to patiloce. A RemarkSble irl Athlete. irc lights the glass trimml
5uch a thing as a banshee, after sill the perched on was cut ab clean as if you sons which may naturallyexist In the any certainty and they certainly cat- And how effective were ths hiple- Niase Lydia OCrpenter, a pretty t. like diamoimls.
village heard. t the night before the out it with a knife off from the main flesh or ivwleh- may hare been produced not be in the present state of knowl- ment thus nuflcturd? Mr. Fowke toen-year-old gtil of Plattsburg, N. Y., -
bWig nd. ld, a distance of a hundred fee rIn It by pittrefaction.- The ges are 'edge regard the aborigine. aer points out how difficult It is toconv o b besides o a mi
Well, it ws bad enough to lie .o lu- more mave killed by cooking, but the poisonous ta q question concerning them calf. ppple that aitou a or anybody else yeno ehi Mh proved" recor. In ...-....... lo
reasonable as to deny te evidence of There Var'agh found himself lying substances fo.ud i- meat either as however e answered. It can betold would have cut with or made any prac asher athletic spors On May told re 4000 wom
th senses, you. might s, but when on top of a narrow pillar of rock the result of decay, as bas frequently where they .ec"vd their material. tical use of' the rude tools made of this young woman took te AmrioCn er. a o 2 0 r m er,
agh dug up the big whitethor at rose straight out of the sea about been observed in canned salmon, or as and-ost lateresting of a-hoW thY9 stone by such primitive processes. Yet. girl's rti ing hiigh ump rpord -from mak ; s8tcher
bush.and leveled out the fairies' rath fve hundred feet or so, like 'a round te result of ordinary tissue activity, t-hloed lt yit- t a-ape they de- r0 aborigines could do awuy things Vassar by a jump of foub feet thre h w
At the 'end of tits-garden for a potatoes e-2.ad e aren erotIi e a t d t og c d yV r -j o:e r oflt 0red.
ath te end of his garden for a potato tower. Between him and ths m are ot etroy by cookg. All sred with stone which eemu almost marvel- and three-tenths itches. The jump -tpe .ln, b
attch everybody held his breath, know- an a roaring sea waplunging and flesh co.nt .ins these bpooous a b. Thi" portion ofrh I the slotoValleven to having T man who a mad the al ti ox- tr r
.n.g the good people would soon have it gave hinm a uneasy feeling to look stances. Urle. nid is present In beef. particularly rich Ia h to at fumes nnd frets no*adaya when hl Mbition of the State Normal School, In a rre 9
their revenge on him. around ind see himself as helpless steak inla tlin proportion of fourteen Wtel. W d the nearest gh, he rasvor l a little dull will' hear with the presence of Director Angell and shepherds, and almot oe
anTh whitethon bush was a old anything. grains to the -pound; i leteen grain -it on the shoredof the nearesatstream credulity that any one could ha other ss bl to w e the vnt ha at least e woman rep
the cliffrsof ath-Na-Gai. No one "Troth; the- little man has kept hi. of tl-e poison ar" found In a pound oft t e .e' ofe rt tra with a shell or sharpened stOne. Not MlslCOarpenters achievement was not ov t t dock laborer.
knew' when -it bgan growing, and word," says Farrgh to himself liver, and seventy grains In a pound would el a-ple of ganite or dia- that shaving was common, for the pre- tile result ofhappy aiis e thedock lborr
Ssiome thought maybe it never grew it hae a outh f e own, not of sweet bread. The polonous sub. nite.- The career had oy e valing fashion was to use a 6ssul as n fol of atlets a t gis are
all, but was built far back In the be- th sort of a country wanted at stances gradually accumulate in the a p e w.hc taoae sae m e shell asa zippers and Jrkeach o flrting. She a sprinter, and on A shower o s Le
'ginning of the world by the nfaies for a], h bodly nnd give rie to neurastheni ath article e wishd to mv at hair nrout by ahe rootb- lassting process, the horisontal babr Is feqrles. ans c-lirv. owi btl -
easonsa bet known to thmaselves. At Farraghi was one of the beat runners Brg I. aulus and oumer foaal drfts, but for however p ful e MisCarpeter I not othe ma-
a-ny rate it was sell kiuosn to t,- and up-rs you'd find in a t"ys wal Og one other maladies. The poisons pro-' te a s b reatmystery. about 111...1-..lino type uu
meeting place of the good people, nd t tht lea was too much for hm duced by putrefactio ar often very ts adbythmo bulrs young woman, wit e retire
t as at its foot they always went into wa gn or token of rapidly deadly. M t far advanced i alytog his cutting ones,theearlye that despite te edloa hthor t took of es and ink cheeks delh
their underworld and cao out of iThere wa, as no sirragh was afraidtoken f to budge decay, a odtion frequently found lent of' thl region required whatIs to fashion them, they' aoul be mie She weighs 1 pounds, aud is e feet pes a r e
itoo or In ld gaine and canned meatspor i goeIaley kown as a In such quantities a id should seelming- two and one-half Inches h pr
When Domitaick lDolnn's cow swas be- vwith the wild sea beatligabout its, fish, l whichc: the putrefactlve pro- usd intsosse,. e mbraces.ailtit.ad.iof n- greater u slow lrge to awe
'Witched, and he caught hold of her by base like all possessed. ceases have begun, all contain poisons of alled chalk. The chalc e belng treatsured, as one would natur- e-or. On the basketball team of the oll sr et L
the tall to keep her from the fairlos, As theiday wore on the people of the which are deadly in very soanll doses browitony varl roal.ost r. ce al"ly expect them to be;. Every mound iege she played centre, and. with her n"odwd hed rse-,e a th e
sure, didn't she disappear into that village flocked to the cliffand won nd the cooking of such substances n to rottle blkmosthrostaul clthe yields, up hundreds and hundrelas of aidthe teamnte tmponship of t.
ame rath of an evening drggil dered mightily at Farrgh's fix. es ot an le eree hades of red ble, green, yellow an speelmen; vey field, every meadow, northern Ne York. Mis Carpenter's h oo left, he
Domink with her ito the finest called out fo help, butsure no one less their osonous properties, as brow o rd, e yellow n every bit of woodland s ich with career as an athlete a st begun. howerafter the
-country man ever laid eyes on. A could do anything more than wonder at these poisons are not destroyed by The prim aeal man soon learned that temn every farmI olne to. miles She Intends, *he say, to keo onm winsth tann"re oA wm orkn-
small, pleasant-spoken nma wanted to hinm. He could see Molsh Mooney hat. t was difficult to work auch aflnt as in ttasTheh faeshlo of having n
treat Domlnick to a jorum of punch; among the people, shaking her fAnger at the Dte Fads aWy Aeyomupli. Wa found on the surface. because thinki.ot all these, one gets a vison .he has qualified herself to the best of 1id crests on mea's shirt el
but Domton k knew well thnit If he at him. and be could -bear her sharp r 'when dB y It would shatter into treg' of -a great- people working patiently her ability. Then, unless "somethbig extended to women's sart
but Ditlk nAprsposthedietvcralettofethetlasthtwoiWhcl.-Oely .-._-a-e-hror after year fasot g these-mple- happens" (the quotations are-ors) .she waits. Thte wearer's coat
took food or drink he -would never voice above the discourse of the waves, o the diet cra o te at two ments at blw Hence b quarried War after year fashionilngtthe"Imple- happen" e(tbs tota.ll. aredour)he s-e a ot
come back, and, greatly as ht liked to as sh cried out: "Abal Farragh or three' years may not and does notM o t ente e qar a rents and trinkletss, but why they aspires to become a tul.fletled phy- erest or monogramts i enire
oshecriedout-:"Aha!.arrahi perform all that it promises for .those dow. tw.it.; _an theIgreat exc.ava- should have cared to do so is a m -a cl drectress. -A i t now stands, n, telt l bm th
be sociable, he put the temptation be- plysin, I knew you'd come to no good. perfornatltll othat It promise for th tions h left behind himt show what a should bare card to do so l t o e- l sieetrea Aa ft now otandg uwo the left albeve between t e
4 lilab m. and that's why he came out The fairles have their revenge om you. who listen to t he voice of the medical t.. uabe.e o i stonh ted try seemingly beyond solution. Be- leg some moe fortunate young wo- te elbw. ome 'stores
of the place nil right with his cow. and there's not a man or roman in the or other faddist, but from its extrava. tremedeu amount of stoneh used. side It, the labor of throwing up the man appears on tet athletic horllon* makers snow employ bands
gaanes may come ultimate good sand uThe quarrylng was accomplished by
'But the cow never was the same world can save you. Now, maybe aincther ay ncoe ultimategoo hdand- the of O re, which caused the rock great mounds which dot this valley )ils Carpent's name will go don to broldery work excluislely, su
Once. She wouldn't give a drop of you'll give In to the good people." another go ration may reap happl t p b b seems almost insignificant.-New York fame as the best girl Jumper llviag.- existing demaJd for sleeve

ilko uldu nha ndye Tohaetos earn hd bafor o b. faculties top the full. enlnoty will be edMeledicatethatiost ofthematflal rfv eet lower than that of Its near xtyenine of tbe gire prferrd house o.
milk excepteong when the.vllage piper "Yorself ani the good people catn lywrher weB thav sawn.n thTtosatr wter po a b ein g Tr tiebk une wh.c ao wou t t i ng. hwt orY n,
would p laye" time C oulen do"oroe be t o. .p lacwot',lention," Shout- me a great on t dtorbe tbl'o 1l O> t o hasten Use or. Fro bfS

er. and .eey there w no other mt n pe t offn men o ese when the science of dieting will I the sppean down proce o e istaggerncha Th e c ommon conclutt lon all alone. ha tor an, Will o e ta e ey wo rk t .n toe C ollar.
Spiper n o at t e y be able, as we do now. to keep peo- carribe alop contnuo usly for h level the sea level, the lowest body of water tory I spoctor, tells, in H rper's i asB ar, gives the long shoulder elieo

But ha t 4 Indell h. *er offers, eH B heh neat a neltia ont U.eth e gobe y theaspraian but ore i why fary g.ils B tres pr teer ves the round ness wille
t he piper eeryim t l e o Ialut st otil o iuckl lit hiw pe e alive an l ger, ut we shall drd years and the vast Q a onthe globe Is Ihe Caspan ea.For why facry r t o e Pe ds

'e th pret"e hall erow thero (r s ore to Bee a small bot wit World e ar e tloend a tho rter depth of watr ow than t doetraworkwe texr pay. W thy r e te

"Ano nre, what hearunes would atoe woian hiyn it rowing for eatonshmetr atire avoided, and ind of perhaps, grandfathers as o u cf po wt e ld and This la but one hypotel that emre nd e ndlid t and we can l p chello rie e
you, fatherei"gas there was no other mKn t through ihe adow towards the world, agon a es Amo th h attre cruelly o t otr would a at all tenabl-that te ho Good mite are rar tun trimming
leen, the prettiest irl In ill ie vll- chanted rock In the ocean. n far be Perhap ew people who eat Sbba dressing down p e gere! bottotng. of the collusion actil along has t of thany n do not know what a f doae In work than tola
large. low wuns lnethe boat that ttr in iseey the end, ths y aill a t least, so we 'are iy af daoh a ms thiran work ha e bee tattersp a n i. o- rvante arse too often on some lovely dre-e .
It's"No harm l i world nlaii un." d ~l who wps in ; but they w athind etened to assured, be as clear-braInedk of the that nyh pn he g l eke a of ed belt Theisstgt sowst sl s. treated aw e they wrb um de oe e wood." ge and ttchry Inn wool Is
Molh e Phooney, witigue, known winksman wi all their sd the seinkin, that adat rIt wg ty-sever Coinston both tevn, e cod th at thae tler r thelIA l a elmet. have ent lavestig atlonds hoave atdhows fme wa the r tre rte attra feature inoa cloth d e
hea"for dt isn't pratges trnut will t rhow faiy boat oigO to carry Parragh and the salmon would be exterminated een made only with ed l toosa an1 mat the cpfame oS oweru dn ofttai ed byt e grack.ng eainrle te lubetr MTlw o- n lrima iu for o
Inthere at a but thio pa les." fhe al: "It's r out into tha middle of the eg babe. act hoalaont battle la golfg on thir abuadae le bes to p r that iared by growing c nder colored sllousng otsnt erysi thsi"Wlehv oebtr
"ielaybe ythat ou don't like to ate wgn" s Ty where the people ot thforever. Itff wa a betweidered youthful rains al temper the follies mn, to ge o haeeW on ak e mal ais ve, 100 years a go reveal the s. r lar hours for wor, and ly Pletd kid belts tire a
Ea' thlesn, with a tos of grw there. still oe to see a syo mayll bote wth ure o the enemies of tgenerat ond -London. ach wl arper eatd of what a tlr nit unlg het thatd there s evonlyen aot "eriin uumtr o thig to do. I we toe are effective.lul ued upon
he"An', share, what ru woul Everyd it woman s It rowing for dear lif e World ki of a c cannot repro- ayti known to-day n arthou tehi depth oat the r ow thanct then. do t r than for yearaet extra y Wt.
"Youm orry for thiasked hi a dloaugher." atn irl. the shlowtrag ht to the foot -ue themslve g ralt enouh to s.ur- that not veen a wle, th re adet of od s O d o as tbt t em p oth allsasthe are oreny indeme**det, idA Bave ading asd panefm enterle i
lon, the prettet ir n a lls I nw thfein' ,,f he towe ing rok cean. over r ie and Perh avs to few people who cted by th i e tool will ake ay apr l bottom o thesai tropially.s oneking. M ost y wo man a rectly keow t the laked garndtureo or nwoa cla
earet. low was ihe boat thatl h catht hold United s tatlnoi sd know that if it wore Indeed, so dilhiqelt sems th is wor k th'y e p powerful aet f li o carryi. the to of handsome for pieces add

secret. th,, tulge of the bo, t shae catarfht hold United States ios'erniment. somes of these flints: tbes'tore they .Tlhese pertuziisi powerfully affectt fashion of carrying tine tthalest of hiandoonmo fur pieces add

T till i? trtluth, Kntlueutn tlki love of Frraghit' line that was still faa- ihe latest report of the Fisherles must have been made with oluethltg te Bnalian rganlem. often producing pocket htandkercblet, though why they ly to the effect of winter street
i, l aragd h loved her in re- teaed to hils writ at the other end. and Commission says that 44,00.000 sal- much harder than the best steel. Some a knd of Intoxcation, and sometimes should stlll be called pocket Is urious. Flat stoles or pelerlies, w
I etke4 s themselves it was: ied n strong rope to it. Then looking mon are hatched every year In the person even assert that primeval manl v#S giving rise to serious nervous as no such place knows them. Thils lrge--aelmat huge-muffs to
although Molsh hinted manny n atie 0p anm raising her voice, she shouted: Government hateherles, and more than had dlseovreM a way o hardeflog cop-. tWOubl. The vapor of olest essences little six-lnch squart, whi-h erred as are mode.
that It wasi't.right to love a imani who "pull up ypur ItIn.. Farragh!" 8.000.000 cod. Three steamships. -is per to the necessary detee, atd say *'-4 k as cisenmon. lavender ead en- a handkerchief is, for day use. of nat I t of the join
Wasn't friendly with the good peopfe. He starled like one In a dseam, ind special cars and tweity-flve hatctterles that they have seef pte1es of copper erlypt a-havB proven powerful aati- |linen, Anhed wilb a tiny ilt very withlace, atr frored Ias ti el
Many's the time Kathleen went out looking down. saw thp filct' that he are now i use. "It would take ever so trtt, and owes of ate pr full ruffleofarrow Vancn lace t for very e t
fishlng with her father in his small loved. It filtld him with loipe. It al booma." says the Sclentlflc Amert. As a mltrer of ft, A Mr. PofIte amise quiet tb nerves of Invalids, the whole thing bhllg rasily" tucked
boat. or curragh, and It wnas goodI to se mainde lis heart leap. It was the face cast. "to tell the whole story of the Iliself pointe ett, t t ISIn direct op. Flowers harmful to the sick, .on the Sto the palm of the glove. For even- Fanhy weatstt, with 9.
her pulling on an oar like. the l tct, of Kathleen Tigur. work done by the Fisheries Commis- po6itdon to the OW14U, f n the great other hand, are the violet, Illy of the Ing t le no bigger, but It In of point tnesly arlin nt embroi a
While her blatk hair was blown about -Knthleenl. raroin!" lit.- rieal. "I. was sion." S ome day. perhaps, the (ov. abmndauee of toM apl. t proof valley and atiUoa. lace and bha not a crap otr lfn about tieably proii nt On
her.rom l check by ghe salt sea breeze. the saints that seint you." ernment may do as much to help the that the makers of t ae w nothing r it, a Vogue. You can fancy the o. gowne.
Farragh Fijfian das't go out in the Pll ob the rop, Farragh: fasten it tny babies of the slums as It does now whatever ot the seome Use eof met. ep quettish effect of this me ral of rich. Colored hatafor street wea'
bhta very otise, but he was fond of to something and save youmraFf." to protect young eodflal. als. If they 'e i have omade O e-M Drting recent mav ouvd rea of themscl f le e when twited hitw-rn ierour to match coatas ee t wit
bream fishing from the great cliff of It didn't take him long to tak^ her _......... tool. they would have l ade toWr4and, the rtfeh Nai nmgers or dabbed at enrt ant noe. gowne at wreifHl bte faiaon
bath-Na-Gar, whics was nearly five advice. liHedrew up his.llne. withthe, Trel5ag nMig ri dsOld.I-Faebl d y JIlhavingt them, w thwy wld a ot Waste Logast flaor their mailoon a eVor evening se at garden partwI. res. winter.
hundred feet high and mostly white rope at the eudl of it. Kathleen held Stx families from Adair County time l 1aklag a 1e al e e I t w sht s seeImethig tauraetei t.hatre. the J pwal reticule rDep w, intter. do all kl
with sea gulls that had their nets the other end of the rope steadily. passed through (laIssw Saturday af- vcerable than the taete themselves. so SIW W0 ith L. One y su- asof golden nkt e h uneatresl the Jewe reicule ef all et
there. Farragli then made the rope fast to a ternoon on theie way to SprIngfield, 1s is *vOieat that In warkg satoage .er. ag ch object and movt comodmo, begg itd. ltLae d hon lltare all
There he would fshab for hours with itelp of rork as strong as Gibraltar Mo. They were In four covered wa. primeval n musget khae used tools of tO d a ns i quite large enough to lield more of t "e fa l a'taln eg swagger ra
! line, o close to the edge of the Itself, andul soon. to the astonishmept gon, and had a full complement of the same asterl. twUPld" ofgao V Wh thtwile necessary trnke ln anydy' at epr
m -that It would make your head or of everyho ly. he was climbing down camp utensils, besaldes food for them-' He did be I tO? D tlebses is oll*os',, we .U itIth grandmother ever dreamed of puttttg h. .anor'te; thoe the boh
qaSy to io so -ear. and listen to hand over hand against the faee of the selves. Each of the wagons had a 'methods re met the as thoetter n her ittle brocaded bag. ape, and t e
1e5 O of the sea far below. cliff. In a little while he stepped into coop of bickensw iled tn (he ide. m h elih de.adta & fo.d a g a bs.. ""' de"d w lit s-st haeae -tbenth
It tped of a 'fine evening tn he boat beslide Kathleen- One of the men who seemed to be the Rg 1 h WIs let 5ls Wee ved at all., The eMplasa- W mcad U4s .,eebs." ,, w' effects Inefta my InMorwl
tplaragb. who was fishing. Then you may be sure there *as a spokesm of tihe party said they ex-sz. r Pete, be eed a h -peb ei was smple It Is the book a woman -t6t w ,a simple t 5 favor.
smoking his pipe and think- wild cheer .rom the people, for. In peeled to be on te re.d abot ffIr to l tee t opeuu16 Cs%1d 1tht1e st twenty is the o4nly true idex to le" a matter
ato al whet Itmighft spite of Mfolsh's maledletions. .they weeks. Thwy camped Saturday l bright the a a poeibl e a Si th Legs anall Journey is per' This concluson has be g long coatsa see
e lt n once in a while, felt were sotry to see a poor mortal in such on the roedeide at Goalows Hollow.. the SMt l. wt M t 1M1le dliWgeesbdd a hu- after a long and persia aulsrl fanen,
tug at his book that told a fearful place as Farragh was I2. one wile w4et of town. and left for grfa wty we t Ah o,, to tlsy A. A woman fhrt
Bal-h 'there. That vT Boon Farraghb nnd Kathleen towed Bowit O e91, Sa n ay leratog.- WIh a ig 5 I o loavng heUst. sbeeus .2of margn a l
g sadden he bspied the rond tv an eay landing on the Clad- Olag4w" TOea a.t p o h nmeo arnlJ aes
on e two eet at his side. dagh, and the wedlemBe they got aude 6.1117F 24 .* b'ota" e Wivde,111 06ave1Ling the I 'e SMa
o d the pe- everybody led that night. and thea Ws i u" d'oes.not wish a Unereant with
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/ 'hdlitor and

!4trd April A8, lMA3,
Is second-class matte
of March 3, 1879

..oablished every Tuesda
$1.00 a year in advance.
S 5 Cents for Six M
25 Cents for Three I

a osReaders in brever
e*sfor each Insertion.
p"ce for display a>lvertim

SMake somebody hal
Sthe holiday season if po

Alabama celebrated
fourth birthday as a S

Gainesville needs a I
Why don't some of our
italists" build one?

Florida's State prison
given a Ke Chrstmas
say some of the prison

Since Cuba is free ano
Sisr footing the Philipp
'''b1ll, Spain is said to b
i. aiiplus.

The Republican EBe
ttee of Jackson count
'esident to give Maria

Several hundred Gain
14Iy Ischool children
waias tiees and ot
fIaftvasa entertainment

l 'Tb law which al
should be enforce
," remarks the
world, "is the statute

bat is. wanted he
to Gorda Herald,
gui.re railroads, d
dock, more relil

'T many men are
qfspr they comr
| sa"iglug of a fev
I fellows would p

An Orlando saloon u
dm1 his wife last
Sthe shooting
A imi20iake, that he
l tle aan who wa

f'We candidate now be
will carry any cc
S bud than Stockton will
Nea ly everybody over
8 Stocton first, last and

Give us an early prir
*.,political wrangling can
'. except a few roliticia

"A"ul ir The early St. Auguqtlne settlexi
IN, were in a constant state of .trepida-
Proprietor. tion. Their homes were not the
.. .- abode of peace: and plenty we are
at Gainesville, now tunjoying, says the St. Augus-
,r, under Act of tine Record.
" The following is taken frgmo., the
y and Friday records during the Indian tW .i; ..<
"An ordinance to
months, effectually for the .SQtI 4tIy
Months. Augustine: i -

ATES. "Where
e type, 5 cents viciouN
evil dlspord14t ,tis an1d other ne-
semients priced groes a 'toimd persons have
availed thit=nelve'opf the boats itad
canoes Wbhch have heretofore lain
ppy during along the shores of the. St. Sabs-
Dssible. tion river, and the barber in front

its eighty- of said city, to make their escape
ts egh to carry on a correspondence with
tate yester- our savage enemy, For remedy
larger hotel. Section 1st. Be it ortane4. by
local "cap- the mayor and alderman pf aid city,
That no boat or canoe iohall here-
after be permitted to renlnal on the
ners will be shores, or in the St. Set.asttsa river
dinner. So during the night seasorV except at
keepers the bridge.
Section 2. Be it tirther or-
d Uncle Sam drained, That all boat and canoes
ine expense owned or kept by any person shall
e laying up be moored or drawn up at said.,
bridge, or in front of the public
cutive Corn- square of said city at or near the
.y wants the south angle of port Marion .and.
na a negro placed under the charge of the mil-
itary authorities commanding in
said city.
3esville Sun. Provided. That this ordinance
will attend shall not be so constrained as to
her kinds of prevent -any slave or slaves, free
ts.Christmas mulatto or other colored person or
persons using any such boat or ca
nob by the written permissionn
I rascals be- of any white person duly author
.d to the last ied to give it.
New York Sec. 8. Be it further ordained,
te of limit. That sny boat or canoe, found
moored or drawn up in any place
ere, says the within the limits of the city than
is two or those specified in the next prece
leep water, a dnlug section, unless in actual use,.
Kion and less al aforesaid, or belonging and at-
tached to some ship or vessel in said.
harbor, shall be forfeited and mty
pronounced be taken 1and .sold for the benefit .of
mit murder. said city, but for good cause showU,
v such "In- such forfeiture may be set aside by
prevent many said mayoron the piymlent of one
dollar and Costs that may have ac
ian shot and cued in consequence thereof.
t ay He Be it further ordained That thi
g or hiay ife ordinance shall take effect from the
i in tendd ittime of its passage, and shall re
ntedth erto main in force during the continu-
ance of the present Indian War,
before the peo- and no longer.
lunty nearer GABRIaL C. PXRPALL, Clerk.
I carry Levy. F. WxaoDN, Mayor.
all the time. The white man who doesn't pay

mary, so that his poll tax classes himself with
cease.' All, the negro, so far as voting is con
nas and some cerned.-Tampa Tribune

editorss who are bleeding canudi-
d.tea, want to hear something else

1^,_ Mark Hanna is quoted as saying
i.*1i1 give a million to be cured
tl the rheumatism. He should
0 to Oainesville. drink Bout-
te Springs water, and nothing
li chI stronger.

a -gT Starke murder trial in Jack
lie progresses slowly The
I 1t of Starke's attorneys seems
be to prove that he was l ssune
the.Iilling occurred, and that
wife is a bad woman.

^ The Crystal River News came
t last week with a twelve page
itoea, giving a lice write-up of
,'tibt town and its industries, pictures
of some of the town's prominent
citizetis, oliilals and business men.
also several nice asJdences. .

-' ,'The greatest of all trusts, says
i acksonville Metropolis, has
the price of its ili sight
s, or more than 20 per cent.
September, although it has
ttdy this year paid 44 per cent
r41dlvidends to its stockholders.

sYItitiona are going to the United
Opnate from all sections of
i ry asking that charges
tedSmoot, the Mormon
|fra tab) he investigated.
or Ta istln )ha pLesented a
.n nt frm .t .tO04 4'. '.

1-Of JacksonvllUe muatb*'
wyers and another geitks
*pdakblg recently *0 I
and the effect that cf,'
i ,ad on btusii
.r Id- I knowe
att injure
be, very

The race for governor now seems
to be between Mays and Broward.
Davis.-from all accounts, is losing
ground every day.-Live Oak Dem-

As was .to have been expected,
Mr Lamar is making an efficient
congresaman. If she continues as
lie started, it will be a "rainy"
day.-wheii the Raney element name
his successor.-Palatka Times Her-

The primary is properly the pop-
ular thing, and those convention
champions who are wise had best
lay low and keep mum. The mas-
ses will not for a moment tolerate
hostility to the primary.-Palatka

A sqrmsn in a nutshell is cont
tamed ln itea following irom a
woman .noralist: 'Jails are built
out of honest men's earnings; courts
are supported from peaceable men's
property; penitntlaries aire built by
the toil of Virtue; crime never pays
its own wayl vice has no hand to
work and no head to calculate, its
whole faculty is to corrupt and
waste, sand goodu mw a foot tile
bills."-Tampa Times.

"Why are y n for .Barr for Con-
gress?" said Mue Levy Ceotty geon-
tleman tor another. "Bftause .Jhe
is not only about the ablea- lawyer
In Florida, but he Is also ott M ite,
most conscientious, as irel, and he
is therefore the kind of a man .the
k anle o ed in Coa esui." The
'A1^.tpker then saidd "Well, I
a su are sout right."'
;' : ,.

When Sns r and uCSotr- iui
have scholatashia to toAp.pe-
award to t"hil U.,
pected t Ward .t",d to winuerain,
Oq .v$wm ieigmipattons. That ham
e. Florida until Sen
A.it lifert o received one to be
tdlien to some worthy young
asuls and then he established a new
.p0iedent. He said nothing about
a competitive examination, but qui-
ltly gave the scholarship to the son
.91 a wealthy political friend In Jaci-
anville (so it Is claimed and the
Se~iator doesn't deny it), and other
young uen' in the State were de-
nied the privilege of competing for
the scholarship. Was this done for
'the political influence of the wealthy
saloon mail, or is there some mis-
take about it?

The White Springs Herald man
is continually intimating and insin-
uating that Stockton and Barrs are
not Democrats. He says that Barrs
is as. "admixture of Socialist and
Populist."', Of course, the editor of
the Herald knows this to be untrue;
but does he know that everybody
else knows it is untrue, and that
many who know him (the' Herald
editor) look upon him as.being, in
principle, as much of an Anar-
chist as Barrs is a Socialist or

The present political war In Flo.'
ida should be brought to a close as
soon as possible, so that the dead-
can be buried and the living can
return to the fields, shops and
mines, and begin to rebuild the
State. The sooner the primary is
held and over with, the better it
will. be for ninety-nine of every
hundred of the people of Florida..

A bill has been introduced in the
Senate forbidding Unite-d States
Senators the use of free railroad
passes. John Barrs s undoubtedly
the daddy of the idea.-Palatka
Whether the above was intended
us a compliment to Mr. Barrs or
ihe opposite, it shows that the able
Palatka editor recognizes in that
gentlrtmain the ability to do things

We do not know how it is in
West Florida, hut if the South
Florida papers are voicing public
sentiment in their respective 1o
caliLies, H ,lli.vay is strong and
gaining satire ig.It iI that section of
the SULtat, tl I, ih11 its so ie pi rts.
Mr. She.sts It s some woikiiin

If you would like to Lii it \' iSa
your friends say about yi,. ji-tt
listen l to whtt they say of others --
Orange Couinty Citizen.

In lli' ontrlv tl .,' i, \V lts itlouse.
w in1,n illy 11" !:ils v : I:s i 1- 'llid ng
genius-l. tll- 1111 v' r '., n\ li il'y, and
the Isoninol. tlhi r- I- l t l i v i- ln the
retort uin .l ?.i't Il tlI ll 1.11. O)n. 10 0e oc-
cu rloii t 11 was dllllling u' lthi .' Illr s"ili it paid
back h Ia' ralll'ry 3 of tHe g.-y Ilumitss In
her own coin. A I Mrs. M:utllmto, look-
Ing vtry l iI.l4i Is I i' n ItC tiing gowh
thot dlsl'nyT('l hr ilp:lt'ti shltlttldcrs to
gr('iiat iiil-ni(:tg,. to lItr snit at the
tnable. lshe rnisid lii-r vltns glass to her
Ila aii l n lnIvlit.. to hi r i lt, t .' snid

briim. I-'rlnd llnllow'll 0o wlhehl the
Qtiiknr. notlhinl tmt in 1: 'i. ':il|i, return-
IntlJ Itu low to i' o' i a. "'Andtl here's
tu thiy ills'ent l..r-h ir I rit'hnd Doro-
IVIsal hlip 5ht',tt Do.
IRon'ih h luen froiltlulilt under so-
vero pdnilelhi to pi.ay in ithe rnin bar-
rol, bitl Iti otit,'r d.ty. sand to relito, his
maninati ind -r':itil: v'hi-r found him
spiashling In It Iii high glre.
HIs tuinunta' fneo lirrleneedl but the
grandinother's kind htinrt led her to
mako a plan for tile nffTender.
Bertle heard the plea, aud when his
mammina .asked him sternly what she
should do to a lIttle boy who dld not
mind what was told him he answered

mI Bank you had better mind your
mama a.",

~vtpuma Yot seectthe
tire bm1S5 -fsylsto whect

fr~'~ )t4* tR* ,RAMR'-ane
-Oe d mdala~ts

kintk but of few Is It at once so wse
114a so great as that which' Charle
'Kbigser had 1W htis childr n. For th
sake of their health he built fr ttbom
ai outdoor nursery on the highest
point of his rectory house, and there he
would Join them when his woret wia
done, bringing a. wild Bower,.i ftern, a
beetle, a latrd, a Aeld mouse aresoms-
thing that would draw fortOi their
powers of otR ratlch and pike them
fond of the works of God'asland. "Oh,
daddy. look at this delightful wormll"
ne. of his sueats beard, not without
surprle, h Uttle girl -ay: Kingsley
was careful not to confuse hla children
by a multitude of smai rules. "It is
dlffceult enough to keep the Ten Com-
mandments," h? would say, "withotit
making an eleventh in every direc-
tion." He bad no "moods" with his
family, for he cultivated by strict self
discipline, in the midst of worriesa andi
pressing business, a disengaged tem-
per, that always enabled him to enter
intp other people's Interests, and es-
peflally into children's .plyfulness. He
became a light hearted boy In the
presence of his children. When nurs-
ery griefs and broken toys were taken
to his study he was never too busy to
mend the toy and dry the tears.-Cbl-
eago Record-HIeral.
Tfe Waits oi the 0sleb.
*The dance of the ostrich o one o.
those peculiar native customs which
certain fowls develop, without any ap-
parent Incentive except It may be the
law of heredity. It usually occurs at
early morning, when the young, strong
btrds are let out of their Inclosure, and
is said to be entirely due to awkward-
ness and uncertainty. This leads them
to advance and turn In a dervish-like
whirl which is very quaint and fantas-
tic, as they floao about assisting their
motions by their outspread wings.
They circle and reverse almost as a
waltser would, and when a large num-
ber of these strange birds go through
their dancing antics It is almost Im-
possible to believe that they have not
been taught the accomplishment by a
dancing master. Their walts often
ends In disaster, as they break each
other's legs, which is certain death, or
become dismy and fall down in a de-
moralled heap. The kick of an ostrich
has been known to destroy life.

In a suburban school a teacher.ones
proved that It may be embarrassing to
use oneself as sa illustration. She was
hearing a class in spelling and defining
words. The word "orphan" had been
correctly spelled, but none of the class
seemed to know its meaning. After
asking one or two of them she said en-
"Now, try again. I am an orphan.
Now can't some of you guess what it
means ?'
The blank 'look on their faces re-
mained until one of the scholars raised
his hand and said, In the most guile-
less manner possible:
"It's some one that wants to get mar-
riled and can't get a husband!"
The Vest a Minor Oarmenet.
The waistcoat has always been a
garment of minor consideration. It
appeared and disappeared according to
the requirements of the varying cos-
tumes In earlier times, and first had
official recognition under the reign of
Charles II. It was in 1666 that Pepys
makes mention of the waistcoat In his
diary: "This day the king began to
put on his vest, and I did see several
persons of the house of lords and com-
mons wearing a long cassock close to
the body."
Pertlment Advlee.
A student noted for his carelessness
In dress once approached Professor
Simon Newcomb of Johns Hopkins
university for advice. He was think-,
Ing of leaving college and going into
business, having had a flattering offer.
"Now you know my case, processor,"
he said, "and If you were in my shoes
what would you do?"
The professor looked very serious
and replied:
"Black them. of course!"
Ialtversal mad termal.
"Tee, Ufe is universal and eternal, for
time is one of its factors; yesterday
the moon, today the earth, tomorrow
Jupiter. In space there are cradles and
tombs. The red carbon stars will soon
be dead; the hydrogen stars, like Vega
and BSirius, are the stars of the future;
Procyon, Copella, Areturus are the
atars of the present Aldebaran seems
to be already an autumn fruit" So
aid Fiammarion.
An Olblsht lo.
Merchant-Did you deliver my men-
By-No, eir; he was out and the of-
fice was locked up.
Merchant-Well, why didn't you walt
(or him, as I told you?
Boy-There was a notice on the door
sayTng, "Return at once," so I came

back as quick as I could.
spar-tafmPr OP an OPenlaS,
Oueat (after struggling valiantly but
unavllUngly ot-'some time with fowl)
-Walter, what kind of a bird is this?
"Canvasback duck, asir."
"No wonder I couldn't do anything
with It. Run and get me the scisso r
Molly-You ay you shook all over
when you proposed to her?
Cholly-Te, I did.
Molly-And how about the girl?
Cholly-Oh, she only shook her head.'
-London Modern Godety.
The aSe3eri War.
"I wish to marry your daughter.',
Baid the young man. The old man waee
a semlhble old.ma3.
"tan I support you in the style to
which rod have bee aeeab.atshd'r* Inb'

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Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, '99.
Dr. S. i. Giddings,
Dear Sir:-Will you kindly inform mue
by return mail if you can send your 5oc.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send o30I
a postal note for tle saine. Please iifori
iue the aiounit of postage if it cau be
When in Florida the winter of 1397
and '98 1 used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
Iry it once more if I can get it.
Vours truly.
59 Hicks St. J. W. HAVNIES.
State of Florida,
County of Alachus,
City of Gainesvide.
L'ersonally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, in and for the
State of Florida, at large, S. B. Giddinga,
who being duly sworn by me deposes and
says that the above testnlmoial was sent
to himui by mall by J. W. I lavnes, a mnian
whom he .'had never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge ot the
man eyer having used or procured the
Unparalleled Hair Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had influenced him to
send it, and that the man has never re-
ceilved ans)thing for sending iL
Sworn to and subscribed before ine this
12th day of November, A. D 1902.
J. M. Rivimis,
Notary Public for the State of Flarida
at large.
Under and by virtue of a decree of tore-
closure made and rendered on the i2th
day of November, 1903, by the Hon. R.
M. Call, acting Judge of the Circuit
Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Alachua county, in a certain
chancery cause therein pending wherein
H. F Dutton, John G. Nichols and W.
G. Robinson, partners and bankers trad-
ing and doing business in Alachua county,
Florida, under the firm name and style
of H. F. Dutton & Company are com-
plainants, and Hill Printing Company, a
corporation existing under and bs virtue
of the laws of the Slate of I lorida, with
its principal office and place of business
in Galnesville, Alachua county. Florida,
and W. R. homas are defendants, I, as
Special Master will sell at public outcry,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
before the front door, onh Wst Main
Street, of the building in which the per-
sonal property hereinafter described is
located, in Gainesville, Alachua county,
Florida, on Monday the 4th day of Jan.
uary, A. D. 1904, between the legal hours
of sale, the following described personal
property situated in Gainesville, Alachua
county, Florida, and being in the three
story brick bnildi.g known as the liauk-
night building opposite and due west of
the old City Hotel, on West Main Street.
occupied by the Hill Printing Company,
t-wilt: Tie entire printing outfit of the
Hill Printing Company, including print-
ing plant entire, consisting of presses of
every description and kind, type, type
machines, type furniture and press furn-
iture and all other furniture of every kind
and character including office furniture
and fixtures and one number five (5) Bab-
cock Optimus two revolution cylinder
press-except one Mergenthaler Lino-
type Machine, one writing desk, one roll
top desk and the stock of stationary con
sisting of envelope, blotting paper, tag
boards, paper and cards.
Together with all and singular the ap.
purtenances to the same belonging or in
any wise appertaining Said property
will be sold to satisfy said decree and
costs. Terms cash.
Special Master.
In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial
Circuit, Alachua county, Florida. In
Susan M. Ileatty
vs. Bill for D)ivorce.
Jantes S. Beatty, )
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above stated cause
that James S. Bleatty, the defendant
therein named, is a resident of the
State of Florida that he has been absent
from his placeof residence for more than
sixty days preceding this order of publi-
cation and is concealing himself so that
service cannot be made upon him, and Is
over the age of twenty-one ,ears; it is

said cause on or tbfore Monday, the 4th
day of Jaultry, A. D. i194, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by said defendant.
It is further ordered that this order be
published once a week for four nonsecu-
tive weeks in the Gainesville Star, a'
newspaper published in said county and
State. This December i, t903. A true
copy of original. #
H. C. DuNT1ON, Clerk. .(SiAL.]
H. C. DigrTON,
Clerk Circuit' Court.
By S. II. WsIr.1NGB4,
H. G. AgoSom, deputy Clerk.
Solicitor for Complaisant.

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Schedule i effective June 28, 1903.

27 I 31 I 55 | SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 I 34 I 66
9 a3. cop 3 oJp Lv . Jacksonville . Ar to 50 6 7 15a 5 oop
i, 5 8 55P 3 4op ..... Baldwin . 1o A 6 y3R 4 20
11 46 10o 45P 5 03P . Waldo . 8 20a 4 04i 2 50
12 2p 536p Ar.. J GAINESVILLE Lv 7 53 I 30P
5 36p Lv. Ar 753a...
7 55p Ar .. Cedar Key .Lv 5 15 ..
Sa26p . Lv Silver Springs . .. Ia 52P
I 58p i2 5a . O.a 1 55a 12 41p
2 55p 2 13a .. Wildwood . 1223a 56p
5 ivp 7 a20a ... Orlando ...... 7 oop 8 isa
4 14p 4 18a .. Dale City ..... 20 8 o 7a
5 tip 5 39a Plant City 9 a3P 9 45a
7 81) 11 2a Palmetto 4 45P 7 42a
7 28p 11 46a Manatee 3 5op 7 27a
7 45 12 3op . Sarasota . 3 o oop
6 oop 6 45a Ar Tapa .. Lv 0 oop 8 ooa

Lv Jacksonville
tAr icrnandina .
Ar Brunswick .
Ar Savanuah .
Ar Fairfax .
A- Denmark .
Ar Columbia "
Ar Camden .
Ar Hamlet .
Ar % ilusington .
Ar Southern Ii'hes
Ar Raleigh .
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richmond, Va.
Ar % ashington .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York .

8 45a 7 14p
10 05a 9 oop
12 Olp o10 35P
i lop ii 50a
3 09p 1 44a
3 57P a 20a
5 30P 3 55P
7 4op 5 54a
9 55P 8 os5a
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8 ooa 5 35P
6 35a 3 1aP
IO toa 8 3op
11 25a 11 25p
i 36p 2 5Oa
4 15isp 6 30oa

I.v Jacksonville . 3 4op 9 25a
Ar Lake City ... 5p oa
Ar Live Oak . 6 35p s 0o4p
Ar Madison. . 7 3P a 58p
Ar Monticello . 9 op 3 15
Ar Talaasa . .. 9 4op 3 25p
Ar Quincy . . 4 17p
Ar River Junction . 3 op
Ar Pensacola . . 10o 5op
Ar Mobile 2' .55
Ar New Orleans . 725
Lv Jacksonville . .. 8 iop
Ar Macon . . 3 40a
Atlanta . . 7 50
Chattar.ooga . . osp
Nashville . . 9 20op
St Loula . . 7 30a
Chicago . . 9 15a

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
dlays, from ni UGainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tamtpa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville uand Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack-
sonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wasnnse and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper I-etween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamners for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa bundays, Tuesdays and
Thursday, I p. m.
A. 0. MACDON ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Pla.
E. C COIB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
T me Table n Effect July 5. 1903.

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