The Gainesville star
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 Material Information
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 29, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046228
oclc - 01446361
notis - AKN4160
lccn - sn 95047242
System ID: UF00048582:00049

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ROl A Record In NSame stiula..
a U WI D U BROW NE 'cLuctis C hittenden claimed the record
for signing his nmlue as a government
-;;{>^ fI I r i ,) tl :wais reg,.istrar of the treiosury. A bond
I. ;.:+-sruIIVI llkUlI e of $10,.00,000 wais tade neces-
S. a" a by the efforts- of otir .tninIster to
.;. ,gla, .. ulnd, Charles Fraiias. Adams, to
At anagh Methodist Epi co.- prevent thedelivery of two'shIps build-
i -. Ing litt Englaid to th ('onri,'dffr:ites.
Sal Church Tonight o 'I bond i-stieo wiis n.c'Q'atirl to furi
nih seurlty ngaiist d manages if the
e -- o should go against the UnitedlStates
..... AT "i T "_ .- A 'C 1 thte En^Is-h eotmrta ('hittetden was
S3ATS AT MILLER & AVERKA'S not!td il e Enot lrid ln y to get the bond
Issue out. 1111nd lie did to In time to have.
S. the bonds taken. to Now York by ape-
Missles Lynch, Richards, Gray,' clal train at 4 o'clock on the following
ord a" M... ttonday. ;Not three years ago lie pre-
Fo0rd and Mr. W. F. Dale pirrd n m aragzlno airtleo In which he
On the Program c nims tou have Igned hia name 3,700
t"lines in seven hours at that time, and
Mr. r. Lewis .Hrowvne, of Atlanta, G;. ,I to have reached a speed of ten salgns-
will present tihe fo'hl -ving, progrtni to 'tures a nHinitu1e. [n all ho signed- his
the cittilis of Gaintesville at. his or.k'i naune 12,.500 times it the period given.
recit on -the above naunte dalte. I); auH' h'lm to hare the aid of an army
BrowIe "wl be assisted. by Miss : ic .. surgeon to care dor his arm after the
t.- Chri.t.- e -, -first twelve hdors. .Ie did not stop to
LynC -, .Miss ,, it Richtr s. i. S at, but took food in liquid form, he.
Alice Gray, slis tnez FVord atin'l Mr V. s-ays, and slept at his desk.-Washing-
F. Dale of this city: -ton Post.

Back- Prelude atud Fugue-in C. Minor. -
Von .Wielitz--H'yTn tS.
Bro*n*e-Scherxo. -
olo for Soprano-Selectcled-1M is Mag :
gie Lynch. "
SchthjIan-Solo for Violini, Trautneerei
-Misa Christine Richards. .
Vaght'wr -Vorepiel, zu Tristai. anlt
Isolde. -
Chapillade-Prelude in D Minor.
Dublt.--'"1-n PIaradisuim.'"
Solo for Soprano--Selected--Miss I nez
Ford. ,
Browoer-Duet for Tenor and Sopratno,
"0 Pardlse'-"-Miss Alice-Gray and W.
P. Dale, .
Llsttza-lait-Saens 9-"St. /rancis muld
the BIrds ."
-Widor-"-Toccata from Fifth Orgaiu
Symphony. "
Price of admission 5o cts.

Masonic Election.
At a regular communication of Gaimies-
ville Lodge, No. 41, F. & A. M., held at
their hall on Dec. 23rd, 1903, tihe follow-
ing officers were elected for the ein;ting
year: '
W. B. Higdo, W. M.
N. W. Littlefield,. S. A'.
J. E. Walnwright, W.
J.G-. Tortcy. Treas.
R. McClellan, Sec'y.
R. T. Schafer, S. D,
L.-T. Roui. J. D
W. J. Carpenter, Chaplain.
A. M...Cushnman, Marshal.
W. L. .'111, 8. S.
M. H. McClamroch, J. S.
M..B. Saunders, Tiler. -
,PIANCI COMMi T'rit.:.
-N W, Littlefield,
Marcus Endel.
A. M. Cushman.
J. E. Wainwright.
G. W. Hyde,
P, Miller,-

At the home of Col. and Mrs. I. F.
Webster, it North Gainesville, there was
a very pretty marriage last Weline.-l'ay
at o10:3o am. The contracting parties
were Mr. C. F. Meritt, a popular young
man of Polk coutily, and Miss Maudle,
the charming and accomplished daughter
of Col. and Mrs. Webster, and tlhe
solemn but beautiful ceremony was per
formed by Rev. R. B. Templeton, a
former pastor of the North Gainesville
Methodist church, but now residing at
The marriage was in the preicice of
the family and a few friends of the bride,
antd those present were served with de-
licious retreshments which were nmuchi
The Star united with other frienhis in

wishing for the happy couple a long anit
prosperoali Ufe

A Silver Wedding Anniversary.
One of the most pleasant holiday en
tertainments was the twenty-fifth anni-
versary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs
A. 0. Steenburg, which was held Christ-
luas evening at their pretty home in
North OaavillUe.
About lfty guests were present who
weretrated to a alx o'clock dinner, and
those who were present say it was one of
the finest they ever sat down to. The
presents received by this popular couple
were Umay awd handsome. Mr. and
Mrs. Steelmbrg's numerous friends wish
for them s4an happy anniversaries.

Ti Or Patross.
The ditor of the Star will be absent
from ti i .'ey intt De. s9 to probably
Ja 5 t 6, itd #my comrteie shown our
@50e fue' dwolga r itabesee will be apl

On o5 15tBarv 15., we willissue
so fewer e| p'l of the Star, and
Sleast ^ tm s a mouth therm-
lfter' d5iiLl campaign of
Seat fsfrsm jooe to
^ ''tNS riptiom ifst is
dbg1 w ill be i a **

A Nice little Task.
An expert iathematlcian once set
hihlnRslf the ntlce little task of calculat-
ing the number of different ways In
which lilly-two cards of a pack can be
distributed among four players, thir-
teen to each, taking every possible com-
bination nud permutation.
It would be no use to present the
answer here in a long row of figures.
for no one can realize to himself what
such a numerical armray really conveys,
nor would It be much better to play
with the words billions and trillions,
seeing that these anre mere words ahd
nothing moe to most of us, but the
followinlg illustrations Is more likely to
be apprechitecd by the ordinary, reader:
If the entire population of the earth
were :o deal the curds Incessantly day
ad nitglit for. 100,000X)0,0() years at the
rate of in dlol by each person a minute,
they would not have exhausted the one
hunilred-thousanidth part of the num-
ber of vsseont-tlly different ways' in
which the cilrds can lie so distributed.
Whitth Wanm i Ge Outlty One
Shortly beforN Mutor '.. I; Pond, the
"lecture biur:in export," was taken
with what provl to be hls .last Illness
he wits teittoeta iiiinig (hiret friends in his
office it tthe l.e\'orett Itontie when one
of thi lU, II IoniiutetitgI upon the ma-
jor's boo1k, "Tli- Eccentricities of Gen-
- us,' nskked:
"Major, .voui have at one time and
innother, kicnvn nill tlie.rejbrities. Tell
ine, Whitt t rt f comipnarl son would
yot ina'ki nslw-w'et 'rnlmagne and Mark
"Thait s rather u ditlicult question to
itin-wer," roiplhd thli major, ''with a
iirltiichI vout t -lt kilde li h11s eyes. "lut
if you will lrotiumse not tto ask me to
oliuldinte I'll MIay this: 'Oe1 of them
lled oily when It-' hlind to. and the other
lied whether hie had to or not.' "
Ireakilnt Ii a Nevw VIpe.
"Noth'o thtit chaitp in a brown hat?'
said a imain to his coiplmnilou n In fa walk.
"Tryintg to break In a tnew pipe; trying
to sinoke it the. first time, and fills It
to the mtizzle. I'll never In all his life
-or as long as ihe owns that plpe-en-
joy It"- -
"Oh, won't .he?"
"Neveor; only one way to break, In a
new pipe. Put In a pinch of the weed
nt firstnt inid moke It till; another pinch.
only Inrgitr than the first; smoke It all
out; (lonia h11 fe pipe;' griidunlly you can
fill thIl pipe to the muzzle, nnd finally
be aIble to smoke her all out clean as
a whistle."
I'arllamenlaryr "Poppinh."
A member of congress had been pay-
Ing nttentlon to it young lady for a
long while and thad taken her to at-
tend th,e house until she wnas well
posted In the rules. On the last day
of the session as they came out he
bought heitr a bouquet of flowers and
said to helir, "May I offer you my hand-
ful of flowers?" She replied promptly.
"I move to nmond by omitting all after
the word 'band.'" lie blushingly ac-
cepted the amendment and they adopt-
ed It unanimously.
A Permnal matter*.
"I think I am giving general satis-
fmnctlon." said the young clergyman a
little doubtfully, "although Elder Wll-
kins has found a good deal of fault
with my prayers."
"You are sure to have that trouble,"
responded the retired pastor with a
reminlsacent sigh. "The elder is a good
man, a most worthy man, but be never
can remember that be Is not the party
addressed la prayer."-Exchatnge.
As Prsetlcl as rOs L
Poor Man-Well, did you buy that
book telling all about how to economize
In the kitchen?
Wife--Yes. I've got It
Poor Man-That's good- What doe
It say?
Wife--Its full of recipes telling bow
to utilize cold roast turkey, but we
haven't the turkey.
Rehl RLeform.
"My husband doesn't gamble now as
he "sed to."- -.
'flofornied, has he?"
Yes; he doesn't go to the rae. track
at all any more. His wortat dissipa-
tlon now Is swtimunlng. I think. At any
rate, he says he only goes to the pool
rooms."--ph tnadpl|r* PrMs.
Twse.- AD. slow.
*cBera 1ne4e the. ImpaSttant
'ybe obJequd wate came. to .s re
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a:. ki' Tlah ret .tl tun inr.

'rtie Low't-l 1'm.roai of i url.
Thi-re. Is a .i-.'l;li" I ir, .iml only
known hin the "Iglwl." -If se-li'tlll'
Ilniil liu |-ig A .Ilii'ryx rllltiiii 'll. It is the
lowmrst form of li-rl h i-,I exIsts, but
'is so attirve thitl sE tlii.tl-tm are happy
to gm't a spCecimn't lu any condition. It
Is Rtbolirftly wllhoill wings or tall. Its
legs are short, stubby, but wory strong,
.and are used by this bird for digging.
The body covering Is a cross between
hair and feathers, 'a material which Is
very coarse. They can develop great
speed and make a desperate fight when
attacked. Breeding them 'in captvity
has utterly failed, iod only a aw mu-
seums can boast of a speelien. They
are now very rarely found la the for-
ets and swamps Ia the attrt of New
DsAtsfM Dsown a s1***0b.
An old newspaper man ta Waehai-
too tells this story of lt. eS1ietr
"My first experience with l. B.'ltaae
was when as corr-ppNident fe, a W
em paper I sailudu Ud to dHE him.
withdraw- frntm be 4 S i ,M. D
the house wa e se16 w8el
in orderthetJ aI iWt2MOMan
of L %. r*/" 0
m'new --T ebo* oc -VW'

chbargs of larceny of knives from the
hardware store of S. J. Thomas.
G(iddinga' Hair Grower does the work.
For Sale ly Dr. S. B. Giddings, calnes-
ville, and the Postoffice Drug tore and J.
A. Stephens, High Springs, Pla.
Attorney and Mrs. W. E. Baker of
Plant City, arrived in the city Tuesday to
spend Christmas with the tatter's par-
ents, lion. and Mrs. P. M. Colson.
C. II. Crisman of1 Miwcanopy, and B. B.
Godwin of igh S springs, are authored
to take subscriptions and collect for the
same for The Star. See them about it.
J. B. Evans, son of R. B. Evans, a sub
engineer of Bellamy, has resigned his
position with B. J. Herlong and has ac-
cepted a situation with I. R. Edins.
In our China department, you nmay
find a piece of China or glassware, for a
New Year's gift. for the friend you didn't
remember on Christmas Day. L. C.
June Sanaerson, an old Oainesville
boy, but now holding a good position on
the Ilirmingham Age-Herald, spent
Christmas with his parents In this city.
D. T. English, Tacome; W. B. Pender,
Otter Creek; Jack Camp, Ocala, and
Prof. N. B. Moltt, H11b Springs, were
among the business visitors to the city
_l1on. W. 11U. olUoway was ii the city
Friday last. He a Ishn itUn alosag his
candidacy for, tate Suptilateudent of
Public. Instruction.-Lake City Index,
Dec. s,.
Brya., the restauast Uma, .s moalu"
iht across the pst fr wbs two beM
besa. Mr. Bry"n e Mfair tI'" piN-

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Others have tried it and Ironounced it
good. For sale at Pj. I. ithodgings' Drug
Store, Gainesville, and I'ostofflce Drug
Store and J. A Stephens, Hl[gh Springs
Marshal l'inkeson arrested Williams,
a colored pluiumer of thilis city on a
charge of carrying concealed weapons.
lie pled guilty and was fined $25 and
cost, which he promptly paid.
Arthur and Charlie Voyle returned
Thursday from Auburn, where they have
been attending school. After the holi-
days Arthur will enter the law depart-
ment of Stetson and Charlie will remain
in town having accepted a position with
the new electric light plant.
Those Bostonian shoes for men are
besaties, and the price can't le best.
And remember we carry in our shoe de-
partument a complete line of ladies' and
children's shoes and the prices can't be
equaled in the city. L C. Smith.
Mr. N. M. lloyd. ortierly of this city
but for the past year of Jacksonville,
spent Christmas with his mother and
family in vast Gainesville, He has ac-
cepted a good position at Cutler, Ila.,
and ill reside there neat year. Mr.
Boyd is an excellent youag geutlema;
strictly sober, moral and industrous, and
the Star predicts for him success whe r.
ever he goes,
MJ. and Mrs L. IL Woods, -hbo hve
speat the past two tears la nglad and
ScoUuand. arrived fIn the city yesterday
from their late homef in Radding, ag ,
and wl spead. t. winter her Mrs.
Woodl was foramely Miss CIarenell Phil-
UpM, dthW sarlafa daghiter of Dr. and
1Ms. N1, D. PWllp. who went sa far as
WAWMle M yt W iemt 4oid accompany
It. AiW J Ws. Woods aId their little son
wP or wuder thNe British.ag, .to


W, R. Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale iSlables.

Call on me.when you want to buy

Horses, Mules, Buggies
Carriages, Wagons
Harness, Bridles
Saddles, etc



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CI 1S A. DAVIS D)AD) Try Pagan's market for beat meats. 6 H Stew art 4W' 46F 4044m0H 4** F0 4W
tec W tS Hurned to Death In Polk J. T.Love of Alachia was b- G't ines. s *l
County. vi. le Wedneslday trpiding. P. BOX 434. P ,
Have your-clothig K cleasne( at Owen He*
Thursday n.. -rming list a c-....ed twpod i lolt- ye Worksl July 14 tf 'G it SVllle F lorida.
cihutt Loo,.brj, e he-evl aon t "au oiloer. Maker anIn Stock, and are constantly receiv-

e i" d in the b sht ne he rod. inStarka few y c Sheet ron Worker. "Up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
lPeing attreoted by-the barkittg ,f lht s i. s Haile, was in. tLe city tuesday
dIg le uiegkio tuin ,It aside, andithere by from his home at Alachlia. RpiDn t 1:Oil B pcitiItl W omen and Children, at popular
4 small fire lay the charred remains of a -heriff 1,. W. entiel I made a business pr and f the best makes.
wliie uan trip tp Jacksonville Tuesdiay. I WOuld be glafd to Cor-
i-tye stitch of thr e mnat's 6 ,itii had .aa .1d,. . "'.
he i r ueI fro hitfs hothi.ny u W. L. Glodwin i'of iairfield, w bus OpB with baD r
bee trle u t from his body. only a u.', e respond with m Dan-agor ofO ca 11
i "e -Ther, ess visitor to the city Saturday. t r pesr
Iort on of his shoes remaming. There 0. 1ifhlir hih Of l nress1rA e
were evidences on every hand of terri- ". C. C. Thomas transacted legal
ble struggles as the poor fellow writhled[ business in I Ake City a few days ago. boier. artcular att on to the Lad
in the agony of death, fighting the ile- W. 14. Grissom of Rochelle, was trn.- ALL WORK GUARANTEED T "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
vouritng flame. ie acting business in Gainesvlle Wedter.- Good Refer oes ia" an al Over" ra
Th'e niai ad bUitt a Cmip fire in the iday. n 3 e n S
wpads and lay down to sleep. when Henry Futchi caune up from Tampa to Joe Tiiisley of -Tampa ia In the city
somietimie during the night his clothing spend Chistmis with his parents in this sliaking hands with his numneos friends. J M alIth eSO l
caught front the flaunes and lie wal burn d eiy r a .I i, lt friends. 'a -.Aso
etl. t a crisp -ity. Mr. slmid Mrs. I, J. Clyatt-spent Chrit- : -
eThe egrogave the glarm eod the "Mrs V. C. Voung of lvinston was in uas with Mrs. Clyatt's parents at Urn. hOe L atjel tOl. liflhl., Fl,.
boiy was taken in chargeby the peo the city Tuesday doing her Christmas atills. Mr.
at tile plant. shopping, Miss hBanchet lrousoit irturned to
The unfortunate man was identified as Capt. N. A. Callisoot of IBetnington, spend Christmas with tier tuatiy ftrieuds 1 1Klll -
Chas A Davis, a traveling pai.lter who w.is aong the business visitors to the in this city.
had hbeenldoinig some odd jobs. for. the. city Tuesday. Sidney Roberson, in inplovy of the .BSTA.II UH 1t6 9. .
hands about the phosphate plant. ISoie Rev. F. u. Edwards of Micautopy was C. F. X., spent the holidays in (own iH F. CD.
darties had paid hi n about rt.fio 'for in the dity Tuesday and paid tie Star of- with hliii parentsT. J l "-
soe work the ay eforeOnedollaricea pop call. Gainesville, was very orderly during
of it was in paper and the change in r. w dn
silver. The silver" was there, all right, Turner Butler, of Levyville, who it otow Christmas. There were very few drunk pUIA. .'
but the paper dollar is supposed to lt have w student at Stetson Universty was in and few arrested. o l.tton .D epLrtm ent, LA.
been burned in his pocket. -Bartow the Ity Tuesday eni route home to spend T. J.. Fas, an employee of this office,
Courier-inforiant. Dec. 23. the holidays. spent Christmas with his hruther, Rev.
Mr Davis was at onie tme employed in w. rT. McLendon, the Alachua water- Oliver 'aus, at Callahan,. i t I a$n Ud
tie Weston. ntort- Telegraph office in melon man, wasla business visitor to the -Prof. J. W. Widetan asuperiiatendent
tihiscity city Thursday. of the Tallahassee High School pent In Seedor Lint, Large or Small Qi Ptlttie.
Gainesville was well fillel with shop- Chritmutas in Gainesville ~ith his family.
Arrested for Gamblitg. pers Thursday. The town was lively, The society people hail a very enjoy- Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
On 'Sunday afternoon Deputy Sheriff but good orileriprevalled, able dance at the opera house Christittas
I.vingston brought in from near Wade Hon. D. C. McIntosh and son, Prof. M- night, anti all present enjoyed it iu. Made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
twenty three prisoners, al) charged with C. Mclistosh of Rex were butsainss viai- inensely. ......... .
gamblingK They were talteit beforejudge tors to the city Tuesday. Will Stringfellow, who is attending __, .. .. _r
Mason Monday -for a preliminary heat. Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping school at Stetson ..tiltverlsty, I)eltand,
ing. and all were discharged except two, purposes, r5 ctsa, a hundred or 25 for 5 spent -Christmas wvithl relatives and'
the proprietors of the deus, L, W, Mitch. cts.. at Ti.i STAR officer friends in this city." -
ell and William Bell, who were required Gus A. Mortons of' ,ve was transacting Miss Claire Stringfellow, wholhas been
to give bond for their appearance at the; business in the-city Wednesday and paid attending school abroad, returned to
next ternm of the Circuit Court. Attor- this office an agreeable call'. lpetid Christmas with her parents here
ney 1. A. Thrasher represented te You wat money to buy or lmll a to the delight of her many friel:dtlnthlis i i.
State aid Attorneys Syd. L, Carter atld Ilomle,ay-off mortgage, or eontrct forait.. "y
Evans and Haile the defenae.e ro,11ltaill luventamoot see Movers. city. THIS PAPER is published in the inter-
o .. lrhe e r efhop- Oie of the colored boty w*ho for a long .p lihd n he ntr
t o e Thi e was a large er f th te has een mployedatthe Su office, est of the Moral, Business and Political n- -
The origin -of the turivan must be shopping in Caineaville Saturday. was fouid in possession of stolen goods. tereSts Of ieSVille Alachua County and
looked 'or not, as eonmonly believede, Hi ewaarrestean,,d ,, :.. or ,hree terests of tainesvilled Alachua, Countys and .-
Aoiong Moslemis. binta Is sign of at- lion. Juo N. C. Stockton, the leading monthss in the gang. 1 I
thorlty and 'honor dating hack to the candidate for Unitei States Se:ate, was ig your cotto an rice rida, and in the financial interests of its
Hril~et periods of Jewiish history. The ii the city a short while Thursday. .goods. If you can do better elsewhere editor and proprietor.
term used In the Hebrew Bible for Col. H..S. Haipton of TI'ampa spent than with us, no harmt done, hut give us
pu.ttig on r. th bonet of Me high several days in this city "with relatives., a trial. W. asterlin h Co., Highpa
priest is from n root rnnicatng "to iln.d. .prings, Fia. THE STAR is. the.P- oPI.m 's paper,
rott ."I T. .-he wordsnmit-r.hood, 'di- l -amd friends during Chrirstuas -week. pg t.w
de,, ttt'n th O 'Isu t J,..W B.W the popua mage Mr. aud.Mrs. .1. Me Cearyc ,t and will advocate such candidates for office
oiily 'ras ua it the Old Teft'td etbt, orthe. .J ow. hote, theft hrltithtr dager daughter, Mlis Irene, soit Claire'. aim-
Jeolytnto atllsnit tf t tword t urban.his at for ofble, AIl., where hle wispenda little Mt.s Sallie Merchanti were among as the editor conscientiously believes are the
Jerome t .llti.n thant the turb-n 1,11, fnr.Mobile, w.,"where h1e- will spend 'a the s hinesvilp wdto coseienkouly b i
lae in the nimtu in. a records short while. by the aineville people who visited Jack. pe le's. best friends when principle, expert.
Molidinmmrdan are uluny. Their- own J. A. orten o fMoiitbrook., an Mr.and Mrs. IiH.M. Ieckard 'of Live an ility are all red a d,
nut thoriti-is hint ,I.t a thoitand niethuods Porten of Newberry.-were in. tlhe city r the city vsltl e ater ence and ability -are-.-r all co s ayso we. B
of arrnu thi tura,.which l ows saturday and thfirt namld subcrlbe parents, Mr. and Mr.. Smith, Their while friendly suggestions are always wel
tltonl it eve t"h. rsonlto I(1u, If te uaor.wn selnany friends, are pleased to lave then c the poiyof T STA ill o "
tltlon, lu tl fvn w perTonal cul- I if s job printing you want just send ere during the hohlidays COmed the pOlicy Of TH STAR will be con
laritins of the wefa'rer; -your order to the *btar. It will have ..
.An old loegid u, tche tuirbnn to prompt attention, and work and prices Miss Maggie Ilelle Taylor, after spend- trolled only by its ditor and proprietor.
n act of dhesperante coutirnge recorded of will suit you. tf itig Chrlstntas with tier parents, Mr. aiid
lhe uineftit Levinthl. e A brave hand .IJno. V. Detton, a prominent citizen of Mrs. A. W. Taylor of this city, returned SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive "
of miarriors are snld to have wrapped Micanopy, was a business visitor to the to Jacksotivile, where site is stenoKgra-. B
their whniing sheets round theIr heads city Tuesday, and had his name eiered pher fo a wholesale house for twelve months .
as they din-voted thermsive5 to certain
dtitih to siuve their comrades en the "n the Star subscription list. If your hair lslbecomilg thin try ld-.
h,tl family groceries go to J. G. Hlarrold's Wale by Dr. S. B. o GiddlatgA, .atliesf-iil1 :
The ua.,.ier Snake. niarket, two doors from opera house en. awid the l'ostoffice l)rug aud J. A
It 11,.4 iog th. .11n i luestlolt III our trance. Phone No 5. Stephens, tWore, l igh Springs. A
ninii. Ius to low ti gIpheilr snake A. J. McLanchlin, the efficient mana- Fr i. Coffin of Joihnstown, npenlt a ew
-i.uglil ll.- gullerln on willi h, liVes'. ger of the Wade and McNair naval-stores days In the city last week. lie an il his D. OODWIN di-r o* "
liut 11. I*. li-itz.,,r tells Imw It wnn done. company at Fairfield, was a business father has recently put oult a fine IlIns- D OpOlo s ,,m-m--
liivi n wlli ....s- I,, catch. Mir. t k.' visitor to the c iy Wednesday. tratwl edillon of the Southern uIndustry Oatnesville
('oi.41l ll- I'Iall over tl.' g,,'il,.l r hg1 ,1., set- devoted to Marlon County. a nesvi e -mw l 'rI a l
i:,g ;, -w.r1 foir Ini. Whilwn II.- .'g |pilHr Will Gore, a painter of tis city was
. I ..........r .. ...ii tort n..i..,nii. arrested and placed in jail saturday on a Have vou tried Olddlinrs' Hair Grower? .


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I W ...WHY. 8 POO.t.
SCA- ee ar Why, in the name of success,
'. B. GODWIN, are we not all Christian Scienitists?
l editor and Proprietor. When the benefits of the cult are
considered, as we heard of them
*tered April 28, 1903, at Gainesvle, from enthuastic followers of Mrs.
assecond-class matter,-under Act of ddy, it seems a wonder that We
of March 3,1879. do not all fall over each o.
S"'Pubied evey Tuesday and Friday. heels in our eagerness ,
$1.. 0 a year lp advance. Uezt." We noted a
S o Cents for Six Months, ago bow a whist too
2 s cets for Three Months. onne, N. J., 'a
team of p1. ed the
,meladerin brevere type, 5 cents "abse t a scien-
a i each Insertion. tist Sq ) is, however,
".oe fordisplaya.lvertisement priced was. tmong a Hs-Ot of
.suapplieatwon. ml gted to "science"
Prk recently an ardent
-N'ext Friday is Christmas day. "'d it" who wanted to give his
SDo't let the children be disap- wilf s handsome bath robe, but
pointed. hadn't the money, gave himself he
If you never acted just right be- "aclence treatment" do be waltted
fore. suppose yon try it during this along sixth avenue, and lol before
holiday seaon. he had gone a dozen blocks there
lay at his feet a roll'f billsl He
The Times-Union's Christmus says he couldn't find the owner o
number entains forty-six pages. It the bills, so he took enough of. the
Sis a handsome paper. find to buy the bath robe and pu

Don't wait for some candidate to the balance in his pocket for Christ
AY, Don't wapoll taor some candidate t m9. His wife, also a *aclentlit,'
Sfeepol just right aboucant doit. t delares that she gasye herself treat
a eel just right about it. meant recently, and won a handsome,

L. l llU the candidates and edi. Prize at ping-pong. Now, isn'
A ..Onvm to Brother Jordan, keep that the kind of a religion for one
A"~" tlg the holiday Reason to warm up to?-Savannah News

s.ZT-.he Tampa Tribune affirms that THIS SETTLES IT.
I, not living, but marrying be- Talk about an early primary
n' s a d te when the Herald with all its fuor
,jgd- one's means, that does the nation has not been able to decide
SIlehltIf. upon a candidate for governor! Nor
SLAke Cit: s figuring on getting has that brilliant South Florida
t Ple s ein S r Col ge. daily, the Tampa Tribune, yet come
ares byterian Pemale College. i to a eoncluion as to the Untite
-* Lak Cilty's figures fail to do the States senatorsbip Both paper.
~IW*i en 1is room for the college have had several months in which
l Qa'Osmesville. to ponder but they wish to reflect
anud to hear 'considerably more
,- ...We know several Florida editors Unquetl6tnably,. thousands of vo
R t won't want any quail for a toer 're W0 the same state of inde
after the primary is over, for ca Pt t mary n y..-
will have a superabundance This -aettles It. The primary,
crow to eat. must o6t (1) be held until the Pun

I't It best for the masses that the s0ords Herald Is "able to decid
igi. should continue to dis. upon a candidate for governor.'
lnaess all summer, or should So let those who want to be gofer
to an end so the people can nor send in their bids for Broqhe
to their business? Jordan's support. Be qtick adou
It, gentlemen, in order that -Brolhc
Iotical honesty is getting to Jordan can decide, and then -thi
S| scarce article," remarks the thing will happen.
County Citizen. And Bro.
S might have added: "So NOT ON YOUR LIP.
that it Is not for sale in ally John N. C. Stockton is canval
hoping the State with a pair of mu'tu
-three of a kind.---Seahreeze. '

*.it you have any money, or its
lIvolat,. that you can spare dur-
.the holidays don't spend it for
S which can do you no good;
O give it to some person who
Needs it.

SA National Negro Suffrage
league has refused to endorse the
president. The members of tue
Y league are probably angry because
They were not all invited to the
., T*ddy-Booker feast.

It is now claimed that there were
A-.aiversiltle. in the Philippines be-
mihre was one in the United
There were also great tern-
,lita Mexico before white men
this continent.

66iJbwie, the pretender, continues
ten his opposers. It may
i iht Dowie is only just humtnan.
wayy. But, really, Dowie is not
0O1ly mad who seems to be in
hurry about paying his debts.

i7tor CaldweU would elhead
primary turkey he is after with
chAp-axe itf he could. The tur-
.lp is headed for the "poiple'a"'
a rn-yard, and there It will be safe.
S"people" will protect the
S'he condition of the Emperor of
Germany isa said to be critical, and
is death at an early date would
iot be surprising to the world. If
-;ll1ld 1die soon just what effeet
MNaath will have on nuropean
(JW hard to tell.

tn0 is the only candidate
,se-atxr, says the Monticelo
HWbO.MBya right out in nteetin,
'l i11 vote for the people and
corporations when the
IWd. The others are
tin candidates.

l a "considerable
*w tomk

ased him before hl. .Wa
but ch p

will be ChristmaS
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Ha-hal 'Ha-hal What are we
laughing about, are we asked? Oh
nothing; only we happened to think
if the two editors ol the Seabreez-
would take a male's father into
business with them there woutl be
another three of a kind:-Osihes
ville Twice a-week Star.
Any old thing will do in this
cake walk, so we will take D. E.
Godwin, the braying editor of Athe
Gainesville Twice a week Stat.-
Not on youriife old boys; kwc
can't become a part of that !lea
breeze aggregation; we are earelul
about the company we keep, and
we wouldn't want to mix up with
animals that are suffering with
glanders and colic, tno way.

The negroes at Sheffield, Mass.,
are said to have refused to attend a
school "for colored only," atld
have employed a lawyer to estab
lish whether or not negroes have a
right to enter white schools. Mas-
sachusetts negroes don't propose to
allow the white population to
"secede," but willtry to force them
to remain in and be a part of the
school "union;" and if the blacks
are successful, they will probably
call upon the whites after the "sur-
render" to pass through the fur.
nace of a eeconutruction period, as
a deserved (?) punishment for "se-
ceding from the white and black
It ia natural for all of us to dis-
like restrlat md a tobacco chewer
wants all o"t of doors for a spit-
toon, and Irt'ttUtly Indoors also.
Deprive hfimn.-f ihat privilege Int
any degree and he makes objection
even though he may recognize the
obliattionat of cleaupliness. We
have bad experjetce oft that line.-
Tampa -Tribune.
Unmarried meant are not easily
broken from the tobacco habit, but
a large majority of married men
would give up the practle if their
wives would claimthe privilege and
adopt the practice of "chawtilg"
the weed.

SIt is plainly apparent that the do-
and for an early primary made
interest of lurs St ton,
i -. &Co.,whil plea ps(Ora
is in beha lf ,l thpeo-
all the' ceau nitat

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the Judge's district wishes Mr. La-
mar success in his undertaking.-
Sauter County Times.

We. had thought that Congress-
.. f wf a B-ida baf -
So eto next year, but
"g I 'wll not be the case.
It r" t, trut a real live iRe
peasul-aW ie p by the g. o,
P, i s ist I h0 w ill ei-

.oo bitt. '

is i$

say. Brother Jordan reminds us
of the fellow who was caught in a
bad act and .t once began to say to
the man who caught him: "I
didn't d? iLt you're a liar I didn't
do it!"

LMast Saturday's Jacksonville Me-
tropolis contained forty pages It
is a great paper, and the business
men of Jacksonville, and "many in
other places, are showing their
appreciation of it by crowdintig the
advertising space with live and up-
to-date ads. The reading matter
and cartoons, which appeared in
Saturday's issue, would do credit
to a New York City journal.

By the by, does the Gainesville
Star know how its candidate for
governor stands on .the question of
the Wailes claim, the insanity di-
vorce law and other matters of im-
portance about which there is a
diversity of opinion? Does it wish
to shut olf discussion of these sub-
jects?-Punta Gorda Herald.
By the by, does the Punta Gor-
da Herald know who THu 8TAR's
candidate for governor is? If so,
whence came Its information?

Stockton is steadily gaining
ground. The assaults of the cor-
poration press are driving voters
his way.-Monticelfo News.

SMembers of Congress are allowed
20 cents a mile for their journey to
and from Washington, and moat of
them have free passes, The Ha-
wailn delegate will receive $14,774
mileage In one term.-Orange
County Citizen.

It has been suggested that the
candidates of the State organize
themselves into a body to be ktown
ai theAmunlgamatedUnion ofCordial
Handshakers The union can be
so arranged as to include county
c.ididates also.-McCleuuy StonI.

A lot of little 2x4 curbstone andt
street-cortner p, liticians will kill
this or any otlier towi. Let's rel
egate them to the rear. Tl'ih btti
ness nmen and property ow.aer-
-shottid get together, put. tip lth
money and nave the Presbyteria.nt
female college.-- Lake City Index.

If "a few" candidates were elect
ed antd should attempt to fulfill all
of the promises that they have
made, even in Bradford county.
they would be so old when the job
was completed that it would take n
high school professor a week to
figure out their age.-Lake Butler
Star. ,

Jim Barrs must be reasonably
certain of being nominated for Con-
gress over iun the second district as
he has resigned the office of City
Attorney of the city of Jacksonville.
It is seldom a man resigns an office
unless he has another and a better
uone int view.-Sumter County

Congressman Lamar, in forcing
the Republicans to adopt resolu-
tioms ordering an inquiry into the
conduct of Judge Swayne, of Flor-
ida, has given evyMence that he is a
worker 4a wel ,i debater. Many
see in Judge J!mar coming senato-
riaW timber-Palatka Times-

Congressman Lamar is making
himself known in Congress and get-
ting after the Republican admipis-
tration. His direct assault is
against Judge Swayne, United
States Judge. He ha started im-
peachment proceedings against that
official and nearly every lawyer in



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

Highest Prioes otr Coun-
try Produce. and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapet.

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City Index.

That John Stockton is a Demo.
crat no one seems to question.
That he is well qualified to fill the
high position to which he aspires
there is no doubt, and the fierce
war being waged against him by a
Standard Oil magnate and his hire-
lings is but conclusive proof that he
is a people's mani and one who can
be trusted to. stand aloof from the
shady practices and tempting allure-
ments of trust manipulators and
their accomplices.-Palatka News.

Editor Godwin of the Gaiuesville
Star gets off something good occa.
sionally, as witness the following:
"Jno. N. C. Stockton is canvassing
the State with a pair of muiles-
three of a kin.l."-Seabreeze The
Star comments: "Ha! ha! Wh2t,
are we laughing about, are we
asked? Oh. nothing; only we hap-
pened to think if the two editors of
the Seabreeze would take a mule's
father into business with them
there would be another three of a
kind.-Madison New Enterprise,

.A C. L. Holiday Rates
Holiday rates via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantic Coast Line anutounce the
rate of one and one-third tares plus 25
cents for the round trip for Christmas
holidays. Tickets will be sold December
23-a2, inclusive, December 30o, and 3r,
9003, January 1, with return limit Janu
arv 4. 1904. Teachers and students of
schools and colleges will be accorded
same rate, tickets to be sold December
i6-za, incluaive. with return limit Jamnu
ary 8, 1904. upon presentation of certifi-
cate signed by superintendents, princi
pals or presidents. All information cheer-
fully furnished.
W. J. Craig, (Jeneral Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.; H. M. Emerson,
"rafic-Manager, Wilmington, N. C.; W.
H. Leahy, Division Passenger Agent, Sa-
vannah, Ga.; T. C. White. Division- Pas-
senger Agent, Tampa, Fla.: Prank C.
Boylston, Commercial Agent, Jackson-
ville, Fla.

Jacksonville Hotel.
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. Han-
cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell as-
sistanbt manager is the place to stop
when yon go 1o Jacksonville. Nice
rnonms, good table fare, reasonable rates,
and centrally located-on Bav street, In
business center. Mr. Campbell Is of
Waldo, Alachua county, and it will af-
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
front his home county when they go to
When you go to .acksonvllle and want
good fare an polite attention at reason.
tille coqt, inquire for the "Travelers' Ho.
tel,'" and when you go to Green Cove
Springs stop at the Riverside Hotel, of
wlhieh Mr llancock is also proprietor.


Gorda Ee1 t teligent people
half a colimp t4 aie not apt to believe you are just
STAR., w( t, to right if f you do so. -Gainesville
be 12;u ae' his Star.
. [ i0AR' is not We have them right here, firo.
"r i lth certain candi- Godwin, as in Gainesville. "But
M .that be himself and there's a land that is warmer than
W -ho think as he does, are this" "in the good- ol4 stuminer
y honest in all they do and time," 'waiting for theni.-1,ake

el it : Cm ck-
Jackuon e An Gords r ad Jatck-
nvllle aid'St. Petmertur, offerilig com-
fortable .travel between Jacksonville amnd ,
the pomln referred to.
This gives rst class service between
Jacksonville and P'eninsular PFlonda. St
Petersburg sleeper leaves Jat.konville at
9:4o0 m., running via Palatka, Ocala,
Leeburg atd Trilby, arriving at St.
Petenrbug 10:40 a. m. North hound,
this cr ieavea st. P tersburg 6:00 p. in..
arriving at Jacksonville 7:3o a. min. Punia Ga i n
Gorda sleper leaves Jacksonville 9:4o p
m. running via Santnrd, Kissimiuee andti
Lakelsud, arriving at Punta Gorda 12.40
the following day. North bound, third
car leaves Punta Gorda a 4:05 p mn. ar-
riving at J-acksonville at 7:130 a. in.
Parlor car service bhq also been inaug:
rated between -Jacksonville aul St.
I'etersburg, leaving Jacksonville 10:00 a.
n.; arriving at St. Pet6rsburg at 10 :3 p.
in. North bound, tlis car leaves St.
Petersburg at 6:255 ni., arriving at Jack-
sonville at 6:55 p. m.
The advantage of this service will be
readily seen. All the care referred to are
all supplied with buffet service.
Additional parlor car service will be
placed in effect by the Coast Lime with
change of schedule at an early dale

We are now ready to finish build-.
ing material for anything in the'i
lum?' er line such as framming, sid
ing, flooring, ceiling ad lmtold-
ing. Our machinery ts all nsew
and up to date. and we guarantee
first- class work. Address


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Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, '99.
Dr. S. II. Giddings,
Dear ir:-Will you kindly inform tme
by return mail if you can send your 50c.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleihd
(Trade Mark) and if so Il will seld yon
a postal note for the same. Please inform:t
nie the amount of postage if it can be
When in PFlorida the winter of i.97
and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a nice growth
of hair where it had been entirely bald
for fifteen yetrs, and now I would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
Yours truly.
59. Hicks St. J. W. HAVNES.
State of Florida, I
County of Alaclia,
City of Gainesville.
Personally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, in and for the
state of Florida, at large, S. P. Giddiugs,
who being duly sworn by me deposes andi
says that the above testimonial was sesit
to him by mail by J. W. lanvnes, a man
whom he had never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge ot the
man ever having used or procured the
Unparalleled flair Grower, and as far as
he knows no one had influenced him to
send it, and" that the maim has never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
12th day of November, A. D 1902.
Notary Public for the Sate of Ilarida
at large.
Under and by virtue of a decree of lore-
closure made and rendered on the i~th
day of November, 1903, by the H-on. R.
M. Call, acting Judge of tile Circuit
Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Alachua county, in a certaimi
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. P. Dutton & Company are com-
plainants, and Hill Printing Company, a
corporation existing under and b\ virtue
of the laws of the State of I- lorida, with
it principal office and place of business
in Galinesville, Alachua county. Florida,
and W. R. Thomas are defendants, I, as
Special Master will sell at public outcry,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
before the front door, on \Vest Main
Street, of the building in which the per-
sonal property hereinafter described is
located, in GainesvIlle, Alacliha county,
Florida, on'Monday the 4th day of Jan-
unry, A. D. 1904, between the legal hours
of sale, the following described personal
property situated in Gainesville, Alachua
County, Florida, and being i tthe three
story brick building known as the Ilauk-
night building opposite and due west of
the old City Hotel, on West Maiu Street,
occt pied by the Hill Printing Company,
to-wit: The 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 ind 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.
silting of envelope, blotting paper, tag
boards, paper and cards.
Together with all and singular the ap-
purtenances to the nanie belonging or in
any wise appertaining Said properly
wil besold to satisfy said decree and
costs. Terms cash.
Special Master.

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In the Circuit Court, i bhth Judicial B. BARKRAM, Gen. SupL
Circuit, Alachua county, Florida. In J F. BILL Agent
Susan M. Iteatty _
vs. Bill for D divorce. -..I .
James S. Beatty, )
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the b filed n the above stated cause
therein named, is a resident of the TAK The Atlantic Coast Line
State of Florida that he has been absent
from his place of residence for more than
ixty days prdig ths order of publi- -O 7R LL RTH LY POINTBS.
cation aud Is concealing himself so that
aprv.te, canot be made upon him, and is Vi N a v Via
over the age of twenty-one years: it is Dupont Dupont
therefore ordered that said resident Lr or Eas orf
defendant be and he is hereby required Jacksonville Japkaonvillp
to appear to the biU of complaint filed in
said cause on or before Monday, the 4th f 4 I Via U A via
day of January, AD.D. 9o4, otherwise P.li & DSI"i
the allegations of said bill will be taken 1u1 Steamship -W es Jazmlt ad
as confused by said defendant. Line o er
It lato further ordered that this order be
published once a week for four consecu- Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service.
tive weeks in the Gainesville Star, a
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Ar Brunswick . ...12 op 10o 35p Ar Live Oak . p 1 4
Ar Savannah . lop i 5oa Ar Madison . ... p 7 S a 58
Ar Fairfax . 3 09P 1 44a Ar Monticello . 9 op 3 j5p
Ar Denmark . 3 57p 2 "oa Ar Tallahassee .. 9 4op 3 asp
Ar Columbia . 5 3op 3 55p Ar Quincy . . 4 i
Ar Cainden . .. 7 4op 54a Ar River Junction . p
Ar Hamlet .. . 9 55p 8 o5a Ar Peasac61 . . .. Io 5op
Ar % ilminglton . . la ap Ar Mobile ... .... . 3P
Ar Southern I'ineis i 8p 9 36a Ar New Orleans . ... asa
Ar Raleigh . I3P Io 45 Lv Jackscnville . lop
Ar portsimoutli ..... .8 oa S P Ar Macon . . 3 40 a
Ar Richniond, Va 6 35a 3 ap Atlanta .. .......... 5da
Ar %% ashington io i. 10o 8 30 Chattanooga . ... .... o5
At" Baltimore s. 11 25a 25P Nashville .. . . op
Ar Philadelphia . 36p 2 5Sa St Louis.. .
Ar New York . 4 J5P 6 30 Chicago . ... 9 r5a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except .atur-
dlays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wesnington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richniond. Cafe dining
car service froni Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seab9ard Moail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Wiiiiford. Wannee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Farly Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper f'etween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamners for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursila s, !! :rs5 in.
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Addition to Those Killed, Thirty.
t i People Were Injured, Sme
WyJ 'q Wil l el-An Open
Switch the Cause.

~s 'Meteor, the fast train on the
a and San Francisco railroa4,
t Frt Worth. Texas, Su1
for Kanimai City, was wl
et Godfrey, 15 milss south '
gett, K-- nsa -nw a mnojraf .
T he train ran Into a awlieb la4 B!Is
egxept the 6lee9r was derailed i
turnediover. -
Bgll pmsonas were killed and over
U i | theItraSle reached. Godfrey It
". baiad td running at& tull Ip
to up'tif.' The en ofa f ht
'tarew A had prq"" tbhe -?t7os
lf t witch opn, and th6 passeaegr
1 a"Sul Jped the track and rolled down
W mbanluu4t ..
-Mel t SNeep turned over and
to e I was the train running
0 <* 8ni8 anti ed ward baggage
M te nearly 60 feet off the roadbed
a e.The sl ee *1 reT
- mint uiidn dr tnbe p*A
"#E IV ffase oar was completely
,t" 'll iked amd the. smoker wuj badly
A.lldMld,- ;
S 1V of those killed wore In the for-.
Sward end the smoker and four of
w were khled instantly. A news
r t' t, who Was badly mangled, diel
la te e r til train that carried the
44 to tt. nneno B. Ai4

S eott, were all lnstantly.kill-
3apre** MMsMeS 4prt4 BaU.
S i ty, wos ragously Injured.
I *t *zre and Almoet every
on the entire train, except
l the sleeper, who escaped
is evTere *bake-up, were Injure:I,
te of them seriously.

.o. red, and the utmost 1onfuln-
1." tolo5l(. I Iome., tlme,-, e.
Pa l la there whoI.d e4eied

i id not leave Fort Scott for
enae until several iuili-k after
Oeurred, and, it wag eleven
t O bo dead and Injured
oio t,10otth -
T' following were killed: George
'" ,, J,4Al Lort e&. A. DeWees,; e
-.4.."iy; Th dore Blihand, firespa;l
Jafl31. wyman- s. As Mreland, L6O
Joe Oarbln, John Brubaker,
one lMenttAed man, whose body was
tbrh a sIxty feet into a cornfield.
a Y' la'rdetr4: Sheridan KEnable,
3 y..roway.
,' 6i61 ethe1k were mbre or leas
S' e =urt Most of the Injured
wre. bum ia,'6 i well as being

S. l ehiaoshDI.li-y of the wreck l
a 'a tfiq door 'at % brazeean4 ol
the 7ellit crew who failed to flag
41be j moger train. He has dJsaup-

Inthhe drash, the baggage oar tele-
eqoopd the engine and landed Jn a
ooriel~d, while the smo..er a9d two
ba.i- ears were. piled in a mass on
top the eagle,

,Seven Hurt in this Wreck.
T'l southwestern limited express
No., on t bamaGreafr tq
ra Ilvllod jp i and grea
eaute,u rit, I bkurs lt oon

o ellte n on with a frolght near
i 1; Ottdale, Ala., forty miles south est
at'o "ifiham at 8:30 6'dbblt n0-
day .m .ing0. ve people were bad-

m- 1111i 9'r Phl.Akave" Ygear.
James M. Bdge. the bank teller, who
enlbealdleo about $110.000 of tre funds
i.o the Firat National bank of Paterson,
S b h =e b' .
meat for a

A WU0hnlton spedlal says: Socre
.. of state IWr will probably run
doW to Georgia for a rest Immedlace,
ly afte.:ti)e 1st of January. He hlfi
been 4 o Ifme by a very stub
bom Mod 0 4 a nd is cop
aldernk e ad l i.t a shot;
, rest a 0. i.t d his It

Vill go:to _om_- ll' he wll

1, at the autiful Paywn ome mn thi
outaklrts oof eerglag ,MllisU wlntee

I' le Man Concludes Fifteen-Year Sen-
tence In thy Penltapte ry. J
At Moux Cit. Iowa. 1odaoaly.
X 00l north P. DoFPrance stopped from
St tlt tiealr a free man .af-
Sa term of fiftera
'sp gIi behavior timu allow-
-' '~lt" a two-cent post-
e atsnL* JlVIMIt Ie the most re
'^^ iS_ I* ^it -A the west

Money Paid In.

9 lowal agents qf tO
,' alty l'nauraucie 86
10. ground that titI
ilc4%tet t toasvsr
Ibal I agedti
" ieVlaufttsn'

Strike at Chisge CauseM Mainy Deise.
slate Fetusresof Fueralus. ensatlonal Seorottif O i0"ke -W .'
No 11464 of peace ad nte o pene by ShlpbuIding T1rut r Md '
the l driv Vtrle t Obleago Public by New York World.
U. T e fourth day Of Ib "s o ms ~ which are
pod r ne Iett4r sd Wblwrame which are
s *o owof the desdita f ser- Si t ba sre Jp4se between New
ti kt Xpect thaet polio. uav 1 PariAS 1* oqnnectlon with the
be ut on t the -plain wP.goi r BW. Uko 4 ttM ship building underwrlt-
e dfaft car ing the dL W in the rencb capital wore
Ap*balamee bha&vo m. A ,d Tuesday by T o New YOdrk
ba' iP the, striking .; Reference to these communi-
1: reports from aii i etttoo was made recently to the .hip-
ate"rwt W" who ii building hearings befoTe United State.
b r B11 special examiner Oliphant, while
a511, l S of the Charles B. Alexander; of the ilrm of
dead. Alexander & Green, attorney, war tun-
Soyr af dosea dorgoing examination. Tie letters,
beet arrived in which were kept secret by agreement
Morning. and after o9 cou"09, ,were said to show what
cedent had been ta- methods had been pursued in order to
inlon depot in a "dead" compel the French inveatqrs to moot
ot stopped a bun in which the slls for money on their tnder-
Mrew were being transferred Writing after they had been given to
'lDesrborn station. It was eL- understand, through a cablegram le.t
5e4 to the pickets tbat the boly by the Trust Company of the Repuh-
*W being taken south .san The train tic to its agent, John W. Younl., that
connections had to be made, but they the underwriting was a successs. This
refused to allow the buis to proqd dispatch gave them the idea that they
uzitil a union business aerat arrived. dnly. need stand teady to receive their
Ut heard the detall and theto declared profits as members of the i'nderwrlt-
tl the mourners sousiM.Droeeed Il ing syndicate.
.; bus without iaterfrtmuce. Charles B. Alexander happened Lo
Plans hbd been made by John Cur- be in Paris at the time, r.nd to him
ran. to have a coqin. qentaining the fell the duty of removing the falee Im-
body of his wife carried on' the shoul- presslon and holding the signers of ie
OdeW4 of six pallbearers from his home subscription list to their agreement.
to 0t. PkttICk' pureh, and from the His firm Is counsel for the trust com-
latter place tW& a Ixuad JtUon,. but pany which had charge of the under.
owing to tl ll lne'ry condition of the writing and the communications.
eidews.lha, 14- =aba1do1ned the ides. which fill seven columns of The World.
The body wAV removed In a "dead" are alleged to have passed between
wm ., Over 100 mourners, including Mr. Alexander an( his firm In New
i drhl an4d"bablea crrled in arms, York.
toaned ilI a procession and followed The alleged correspondence bogan
the undertalker's wagon In the street. July 15. 1902, and In the early stages
J. R. Wadsworth. secretary, and revolves largely around the InvestiSt-
Qbrles .Steven, tuasinese agenlft h he Uton set on foot as to the financial rJ
Llvbrymen's Union. wore summoned eponaiblllty of those whose signatures
before Oblet O'Neill Monday night and had been secured in Paris to the und.r-
tlid4 in. eeaedly plla language .that writing agreement which was then An
any. dtl4eramee Uthe unio* might hbaVs the care of the Bank de Roms. Baron
would have to be settled away from Calvert Rognlat and M. Bchreyer, a
then baN o f metarning. banker, were the heavle!i" oubscrlbers.
'T"Ts Pitg1igun o09 the homes from While both were much disappointed
whtch funerals are being heid Is be- over the misunderstanding of the suc-
yond the toleration of a clyilised com. cesn of the underwriting, they were
aMUalty," rshd Chletf Olhml. "Your stated to.atand ready to pay their
seal has carried you beyond the pale shares.
of nduarMnee and such an uniheatd of
thing as carrying labor troubles to the DOINGS OF DESPERADOES.
hmouae of the deRd will Dot be allowed. -
Under no olreumstanoees will I permit Two Armour Brothers, of Hall County,
picketing of asy kind around a house Ga., Terrorize Wide Section.
,- .*,t*a4'tfSL il. to roo.ee. A special from Calnesvllle, Ga.,
"Lawoor no law, picketng of every says: Two Halal county boy during
1u 4 around these ,oumsa will have to the past week have beep doing deeds
e I will taki may chances with In Banks and Haborsham counties that
iwourts olf'thiu6 e tlon, If my eon- would almost put to shame some it
qSap ques$.nety toy court." the acts of Jesse James.
The name 'of the young men, broth.
COLOMIWBIAINS Q1 PANAMA SOIL. *re, who are committing deeds of de-
predation and outlawry., Is Armour,
. Camp of 'ldemy Is Discovered on and they were raised in the upper
Island of ioe Pines. part of Hall county, and lived In
Iifoalptiona was received at Colon Banks county for culto a while, oofore
Monday that about one hundred (o- going to Alabama because of some evil
Jomlblan troops have landed at the Is. doing. There it Is said, tney killed
lan, of Pines, northwest of Cape Tibu- a man and several negroes, and the
rm.' Whioh is situated at the western result Is a large reward is out for
entrance of theli gulf of Darien. The their detenllion.
Islald 'of Ml1els is la Panama territory Some (lays ago word was received
and pral4iqally the only island aiong In Gainesville that they had been sean
that ooaet' waleh is wooded, peaked around the place of their old home
with mountatns and also well watered, going about carrying rifles ready for
thi 6flerlig every facility for camp- Immediate and heroic action.
Ing sad being used as a base of obser. It was those two men who burglar.
v=tich. Ised houses in Bauke county near Jew.
It Is aniflgoaat In this connection elleville some few days ago and shot
that thd Unittd Sbtaea auxiliary and fatally wounded Mr. Yowry Pat.
cruise Mayflower left Colon Immedl- person, a prominent citizen, because he
ately, bound In the direction of the laid hands on them when asked to do
Island of Pines to obtain confirmation so by officers In pursuit.
of the report. The United BtAtea ggu. It 1S supposed also it was those
boat Baneroft Is stIT on that coast, In young men who looted the store o
the vicinity of Nombre de IMoes a merchant at Alta, and secured many
Rebr Admiral Coghlan has transfer. valuables.
red blh flag to the U. S. auxiliary Sheriff Henderson, of Banks coun-
cruiser Prairie. Thirty-five of the ty, and Sheriff Grant, of Habersham,
Prairle's marines w'Sre landed at Co. with a large posease have for the past
lon Monday and etoo a tratn for Bas. week been hot on the trail of the des-
Oblspo station, near Emperaaor. They peradoes, and it ls hourly expected
'Wl*1 oncupy thu cal company's that they will be captured.






1 1

w 9U at BD-ODIBiPDo.
lclal confirmation has reached
laIngton-,ao tbhe landing of Colom-
blan troops on the Island of Los Pines,
whb14 Ilie close to the coast of Pan-
Anit. They haVe taken up a psltlon
on this Island w'lh tie Intention of
making paths through, the Jungles.

Mies Alftneo to Wed Cousin.
According to a Spanish newspape.-,
a project sl on foot for the marriage
of itsg A M en to his cousin. lhe
Prl, es M Mi0lel Pllr, of Bavaria.
S8his 18 Ie- a g -


1*i 005 BIoton* Ng te aeored Pro,
otIn.et of Pitheali Hell.

Permission to use Paneull Hall for
an exhibition of poultry was denied by
Mayor Collins, of Boston, In a message
to the board of aldermen, which had
granted the privilege to the Now Eng-
land Light Brahma Olub.
"J're ap eah use of the hall IIlg-
itinmt," ahe-wrote. "The hall Is a
resa'ft -ill patriotic visitors who
come qBQqtpn, and Its use lpr a poul-
try WgilMtda or any kindred show ts
ridloylcl Sad condmns Its sacred


Britleh *xpert'v View of the Cotton
F ode In .4 Country.
"Aee6OriN to a deipateh from Man-
chester, mlaalnd, W. Tattersall's an-
sual rev004the =e1o 0-e *
clare 1 tih past- yet leas the
wersi tIra e lest defeat aht-trtwo
spinning sooeeram in Lanoaelire lost
$180,000 (uritlg thoe yeit, -ad the
trade must adopt abort tiae-


tikade Adsks lsenelderation of Cek,
ftin Pelnts in Oelr's Nite.
JApsa's reply to Rasiat wee headlet
pto arot o Rose*,, at kloi, .Japan,
at a att a eoferenes be.
S lesan ml ister mad at ,

iZ ,,a .1 al th 3u1


State Legislature Instructs Senators to
Vote for- Panama Canal.
A Nw Orleans dispatch says: The
action of the Loulelana legislature in
adopting unanimously the resolution
Instructing the two Louisiana senators.
Foster and McEnery, to vote for the
ratification of the Panama canal trea-
ty, meots with universal favor and has
brought the very fewf persons who
were disposed to hesitate over the
treaty Into line.


Commanders of National Guard to
Hold Sixth Annual Convention. -
General J. Clifford Foster, president
of the Florlda National Guard Assola-
tion, has sent out a circular of Infer
mation to all brigade, regimental, and
company commanders of the national
guard of the United States, calling
their attention to the sixth annual con.
mention to be hold In St. Atugustine
January 25 and 38, Inclusive.'
it Is expected that between four
and five hundred national guardsmen
will be present during the convention.


Eight Convicts Make Break In Ten.
nease*, But are Soon Recaptured.
Eight prisoners, seven whites and
one negro, overpowered their guards
nwar Rutledge, Tenn.. Tuesday. and af-
ter tying them hand and foot, took
their pistols and departed.
The sheriff quickly organized a posse
of cittsens and within four hours all
hlad been recaptured without a show of


Yqung Man Who Shot Wife to Death
h i Convicted by Jury,
T he ral of Robert Smith. tre yut1?cg
l9aa held for the murder of his young
wf11e, In the superior court at C0arrol-
ton. Ga., was concluded by a verieti
from the jury which means death tar
the prisoner, as they failed to reOV
mebd him to merey. ,
Attorneys roearaeaUng amtJ. attf .-t
appolltment of the coti '"41 ,
alrog effort to Mgath .l.i ."i,


European Powers Endorse
Attitude of Roosevelt.


Seemealon of Panama and Her Reoegn*.
tien as an Independent Republio
Not Considered a Question
for Arbitration.

"Refusal by the United States to
consent to a proposition from Oolem-
Ma for a reference of the MaMsm
question to Phe Hague tribunal is elt-
pepted and will be fully approved by
the European powers."
This statement was made to a rep-
resentative of the Associated Press at
Washington Tuesday nighl by an 3I-
ropean ambassador of 1igbh rank and
Influence. It has already been made
In substance, though In rather mop%
diplomatic language, by the Colomblan
minister, who sl expected In hie forth.
coming note to suggest reference to
The Hague for the settlement of the
Isthmus problem. Whether the knowl-
edge that the refusal of such a request
so far from prejudicing the European
powers against the Washington gov-
ernment will call for their emphatic
Endorsement, will cause General Reyes
to modify .s, note Is not yet certain.

Attitude of Europe.
The ambassador quoted, in explain-
Lng the attitude of European powers
"Pan-ama Is a closed chapter, an-4
The Hague court, aI not the place for
settled questions, but lor pending
problems which are referred to It with
the full approval of all partlee inter-
ested. When Russia, Germany and
France recognized the independence
of Panama, they soet their seal of ap-
provial on the prompt action of the
Washington government. NaRions can
hardly be expected to settle questions
of sovereignty or of national honor at
The Haguo. Moreover, in my opinion
It would not be within tlo province
of the Washington government to
graqt such a request from Colombia.
It Is to Panama. not to Washington,
that Colombia should take such a prop-
"There Is a question between Co-
lombia and Panama which, with all
propriety might be referred to The
Hague, and to which reference the
United States will scarcely outer objec-
tion. It Ie the question of the assump-
tion of Panama of a part of the Colom-
blan debt.
"If General Reyes should ask the
United States to use its good offices
to have this matter brought before
The Hague, Panama might safely ac-
quiesce In such action. The dticulty
In making thls request would be that
Colombia thoroby would recognize the
Independence of the new republic, but
this must come sooner or later."
At the navy department the state-
ment la made Lhat the Intaructions to
the naval commanders in Isthmlan wa-
ters to "prevent the landing of forces
with hostile Intent," have not been
modified. These Instructions.it Is be-
lleved, are sufficiently comprehensive
to enable the commanders to main-
tain open transit across the Isthmus
and to protect the new republic from
Colombia expeditions.

If Reyes Falls There'll be War.
PatrioUc meetings are being held In
Bogota nightly, says a belated dispatch
from that city, at which contingents of
men and sums of money are offered
to the government. Even the woinba
demand to be enlisted for the purpose
of subduing the separatists.
The government only awaits newer
from General Reyes, and if that news
Is to the effect that nothing -an be ac-
compilehed by diplomatic means, then
the authorities will continue to saeid
troops toward the Isthmus.
The government and people hope
that the United Btates congress will
avoid a conflict, and they rely upon
the fairness of the American press.


Alleged "Pal" of Carter Makes Good
the Sum of $40,000.
Colonel John F. Gaynor, who fledl
to Quobec to escape trial in connec-
tlon with the Savannah harbor con-
tract scandal and left his bondsmen
In the lurch for $40,000, Is reported to
have made good the loes to William
B. Kirk.
The latter viasied Gaynor at Quebec
recently and on returning to Syracuse,
N. Y.. called a conference of the Gay
nor family. Membora of the latter
then journeyed io Canada and reports
of reimbursement followed.


Result of Shooting Affray at Dance in
Paulding Couhty. Georgia.
As a result of a shooting affray bt
tw'en the Shippe and the Cantrell& at
a dance given at the home of John
Brooks, In the eastern part of Pauld
Ing county. Ga.. Will Shipp and Clar.
ence Cantrell, who started the gun
play. are dead, and Will Cantrell. wbV
-is charged with shooting Will Shipp.


Engineer and Mail Clerk Killed and
Score Receive Injurtee.
The second goetlUn of. through train
No. 3, of the Louisville and Nashvlile
railroad, running end hour and fiteon
mntutee late, collided head-on with the'
Deeator seeommodaUon train No. 8,
uep-Ieurth ef a ule aoate of Morra.,
A&WedTiear afternoon. I
, lll~attt Hotlia Wrlght, of TaLia tfe I
4 Mmar,' ,all erk. |
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Wcltes to War Department from Ma.
nila and. Takes Oca"loF1 tb Sap
Traducers of His Good Name.

A Washington special says: Thp

war 'department has made public the

arief Summary of Most
lmpor.ant Events
of saoh.Day.

--Former Governor Russell, of North
Carolina, Is .charged by Miss Mary
Darby, of Wilmlngton, now postmla-
tress, with having secured Ehe plum
tor hiM wife while representing Miss
Darby at Washington, all his expense's
being paid by her.
-A big cotton mill is to be located
on the French Broad river In North
Carolina, which is to be operated by
labor imported from the crowded teno-
mont district, of New York city.
-The Olympta mills case was callAd
In the United States circuit court at
Charleston. S. C., Tuesday. Comlain.
ants will puash charges of f-audi.

-Albert Driscoll and J E. Russell.
the alleagd safe blowers, wanted ;n
many cities, will serve on the chain
gang at Mobile, Ala., by their cocn
choice until February.
-The hearing of the suits against
the former stockholders of Ine definact
bank of Americus, Ga., has been past
poned until April 1, 1904.
-Charged with operating in tli(e cn
ter of a fashionable shopping district
of Chicago a distillery, contrary to gov
er-nment regulations, five olti(rs andJ
Instructors of the Cplumbas labor:i
tories were arrested by United Stat"-
deputy marshals. One of the five i-ris
owners was United States Commissinci
er Salomon.
--Letters and cablegrams which arE
alleged 'to have pase J between New
York and Paris In connection with thle
United States Bblp Building under
writing placed In the French capitail
have been made public. These letters
place the promoters In a bad light.
' -New Yor democrats are planning.
a dinner in honor of Mayor McClellan
at which it Is hoped to sound the key
note for the national campaign. Deen
ocrats of national prominence will at-
-At Washington It Is believed that
the action of the Lousllana legislat.u e
la Instructing Senators tacEnery and
roster to vote for the Panama canal
treaty, Insures ratIfioalon.
-At Philadelphia, Tuesday. Charl,'-
enshemacher convicted of vctim'-
Ing farmers of Georgia and other
states committed suicide in his cell
-Southern Bell Telephone Company
retires from Durham, N. C., and 'he
Intestaotea Telephone Company retiree
from all other places It has been up
-Through the efforts of the rail
road oommitee of the Travelors' Pr(o
tective Association of Georgia, the
Southern railway, the Central of Geor
gla and the Georiga Southern anid
Florida have been Induced to Islsue an
Interchangeable mileage book.
-Clarence Cantrell and Will Shipp
who started the shooting affray at 'he
home of John Brooks, la Paulding
county, Ga.. are dead and Will Can
troll is under arrest awaiting prelinml
nary trial.
-The Oglethorpe ball at Bavannilth
netted the Oglethorpe Montunent AcE
soceation $800 clear of all expenses.
-Seven persons were injured In a
head-on collision lllln between e Queen
and Crescentl limited express and a
freight near Cottondale, Ala.. Monday
-At Tallahassee, Fla., Wal_ r L,
Taylor was convicted of assauiting1
Congressman Lamar with intent I.
murder and was sentenced to serve-
five years.
-General Rafael Reyea, lthe Coloin
blan envoy and alos the president
elect of the South American country.
Is of the opinion that w-ar between th>-
United States and Colombia is Inevit
-It Is reported that Gaynor, who
fled to Canada to escape trial for tn0
Savannah harbor contract Escandal,
ndA left h irmbondsman In L he lrrchl forl

Most FRghtful Wreck Occurs
on Baltimore and Ohio.


Swift Passenger Train Qrasheoe Ints
pile of Lumber Near Dawes0t,
Pa., and Demolition Follows.
Scenes of Ijorror Enoated.

With a, Lerrible crash and a grinding
noise the DuQueano limited, the fast-
eat through passenger traln-from Pitts-
burg to New York on the Baltimore
and Ohio, ploughed Into a pile of. him,
ber at Laurel Run, two miles west of
Dawson, Pa., at 7:45 o'clock Wednes-

following letter:
'Manila, P. I., July 16. 1903.-To the
Adjutant 'General, U. S A., Washing-
ton.-Sir: I have the honor to Invite
3our attention to statements made
In the editorial F olumns of The New
York Sun of lune 2. 4 and 6, and Ilater
dates, which clearly cliarge me with
conduct of a most censurable charac-
ter, perhaps,. cotemptilble, -would be
a better word. I also Invite your at-
lention to the source from which the.
paper claims to h3v,, obtained its Infor-
matlon-namely, t ie statements or
First l.ieuItnant James E. Rutiu.
late major United Stat.s volunitc.r
cavalry) madi" -to various reliable par-
lie and to req iest liat 'I..e niatitw.
l,o referred to the Inspector general ot
'the army for such action as may be
required under lthe circumstances, rr
to any other authority which the War
ilep)a ln nt ni av dct'in proper. I in.
r-,.is-i liercwillii a iti t-n Ilt t of the facts
ini the catse. iogLiht-r cith 1truo copi,;
.if let'rs. ex:lrkj( l m rlor letterss, er ,
Ib ringg on tl 1 .- :il)JLti l
"Tlie matter is it)\Y ince of three aCnl
a half 3#iar' stanlirling, nnil during the
gi -altr portion -r ils t, riod I have
br.-"n within o i; ri-re ,ih of Ihe ag-
grie ed parl y i io' iri ,- ies. Thle Eta'e.
mtln niost (if Ihel ii .l ian whoi) h 'av m'e
or le:-ia know alg: o f lithe affair. It
will b)o nol-dl Ihl l many of the leltf ras
-re conflilentil IIn liharacter. the orlgi.
iial.' of wlih'i are .It i nio cllonfidleital
offlirlal llk's t1 tl, sorcitary of war.
Very r..-spec-'tfill ly,
"rlgadler Gvneral U. S. Army."


Ra e ig 11 i n ut ,,,,...WSon%7V1hen he attempted to move e [ a'-
$40.000. has made good the loss. Largest Stationary Engine on Earth. tored and almost fainted. Several par-
-The Meteor, the fast train on the Te' uigg.-'t i;tlioinary slamn engine ties rushed to his assistance. He
'Friseco, was wrecked near PorL Sco't. on earthl ret held the world's fair was supported Into his private oMice.
Kans., Monday. Eight persons were grounds at St l1)ulu Wednesday 'o This was at 2 o'clock.
killed and thirty-two injured. twenty lne cars II i of 5.001) norse Physicians were summoned and also
-It Is estimated that 80.000 mTcu ier Te en gine is t o le Instalrl edl a carriage. He was driven to his home,
rect th IIn th achle-ry hall. Th' total gross where he remained conscious until 4
are affected by th ecut in vsges whl-h h of 1he shlpIluent is 72,J tons. 1i- clock, ant from then until the ho'r
are affected by the cut in ages which l i 22 akg'. of hls death he was n a state of coma.
-Secretary of State Hay will prou
ably visit Georgia for rest Immediately TURK BOWS THE KNEE. "UNION LABEL" FUNERAL.
after January 1. --
-Over twenty persons have been Governor of Alexandretta Apologizes Strike In Chicago Reveals Many Ridl-
convicted and sentenced at Kilhlinefl to Consul Davies. culous Doings.
for participating in the massacre of The gosornor of Alexandretta made Meiombers of the Livery Drivers' Un-
the Jews. Ion in Chicago met at noon Tuesday '0
-Japan's reply to Russia has been an official call upon United States Con- consider a plan to settle their strike.
handed to Baron de Ro:en. Ruissla sid Dalios Tuesday and formally Wihile the arbilratlon was bl'ing con-
Is asked to reconsider certain I.oInts apotogizel for the Indllgnlties suffered sidL-od news was received of the first
In her reply. ly lte Coisul. "'Unhin Label funeral" since the strike
-Tattersral. annual review of l t Admiral Cotlon left Tuesday night bgilin.
--Trtte 'n trade dec'ariw s onsywf h on the United States cruiser Ban Fran- Tlhe funeral was arranged by Under-

has been the worst in thdelas this decade crce for Beirut. tal-cr G. M. Marks, the body of the de
h- been the worst in the st decade The naturalized American citizen, cedent being removedil In -a "dead"
--The eolpleted apportl< nment I1 Attarin, whose arrest by the Turkish wagon bearing a placard proclaiming1
the Georgia state school fend for 19)1 authorities causBc Uittod SLates Con- the vehicle to be owned by an under-
1hows a fund amounting to nearly $1. sil Davles tO leave Alexandretla, hag. taker paying tbe union scale.
10.009. been liberated.

-Thomas ,. Blake, alias Ed. HaTi BRYAN CALLS ON NICHOLAS,
eharged with murder and des-.rlinp MURRAY ASSISTANT SECRETARY.
hron the navy, was capured In Nor Nebraskan Hob-Nobs Briefly With
folk, V.L, Sunday, after a chase acrosF Chicago Man Chosen to Act asu Aid to Ruler of All the Russias.
the continent, during which bhe was Ccrtelyou. A St Petersburg dispatch says: Wil-
twice captured, but both times man Lawrence O. Murray, of Chicago, llam Jennlngs Bryan.was -ecelved in
hged to effect his escape. has been chosen assistant secretary of audience by Csasr Nchbotae at noon
-The endl of th commerce and labor. The s-lectlln Monday The audience1 whleu lasted
The esia of e years 1903 wIl was announced Wenesday by tho for fifteen minutes was arranged at
se Uthe oirtg etf all bars in Ralegh Dpresideqnt, who state that the ofieo most on the Spur of the moment hy
dspharY btate capItal ry I T hav had been tendered to and accepted h" Ambassador McCormick, who until
i0pen ary begito give t Jnuary Th Mr. Murray and that the nomination Sunday, was uncertain as to the tiLm8
dre of the elly a big Chrlsatmte troe would be sent to the .euat-c immediate of Mr Bryn'es..rlval -.
-ft Mve a1 negro from lynching ly after the holiday recess.
Justiee sMeWrbt f Driver. Vs., gaychn INTERCHANGEABLE MILEAGE.
Charle1s Byr1. charged with firing BONDS WILL BE IB1UED. On Sale by the Southern, Central and
barm, his 1 rellitnahy trial by the Isgh i--- Georg Southern and Florida.
made by the burnang barn at 3 a. m. Uncle Samr Plans to Make Payment The effort df the Travelers' Prote
-'Tie celebration at New Orleans lo for FPrar Lands. tive" Auertas-lo of Georgl. re to e
ongmnemNoratlon of the transfer ul Preiddoet Roosevell and Sacretarles crowned Wilt parltal aieeetsw and the
Lellthana -from France to the Unite' 'Root and Shaw had an 'xt-,ngld coup BoutBern railway la to put n ale
states a hlunired year ago- came tC ference Wednesday rvsard.1 the Ilste milleage. books that wll-' be late
a olose to New Orleaa ltadyr. of bonds for theo relasing of money ehcangwable as betwem .'_ own lass
-Twoe m 'e e taken frtrai with which to pay for the friar la da and the. q..tal ot p ge ltnd tba
the lruia i1 INi a oa, m the Phtl.plloes' npmlry 01oot. W4 3xi!.0th .i a rIotla-
". ibeL t',ie bi pt la iA a it o M. -,. ..l.

,s~tulspa -... M.. __ -


Knowing Ones in the Far East Believe
Japan and Russia Will Fight
Chinese Empire Imperiled.

A dispatch Irini r'n kin. China, says:
The oplimlel, f:;-.-lihng in some qup"
lers concerning wvar between Japan
and Russia are int shared by the other
diplomats at Pekin whose knowledge
of Ilie political slunti)in of affairs en-
itlies that opinion to Ihe highest con-
sideration. It Is postllvely known that
the Japanese guiernnient has drawn
the line for a seltienrent beyond
which Il I will iat inal.!.- any materilL
cuice-aaionA, anlI hlinl she Is i.deermnin
cil to fight b-efore ylilding what slie
considlers to I>' hter vital interests. It
is tille-ei l Ii at iunlh-s Russia '>l oi-
c'ed .s in ll ui'lliiil iils-a ni tlter 'x->
change of ntll i I; pi er- '%lital' hiiat.

It Is also -.'l,iiel tliat Jlpan n ill
rofuse any ail rrniif-nit-ni lihiling in
uby uncll ltl- C(iL.:,tlii ulo Io ihe evaccua
lihn-of Muneliici lla. wiilich was onlie f
the lerins of Ihe iile.i:)si arrange
nients recently annonil coedl from St
I'etersluirg. aniI wilicl I It is inow 'lp
posed wals linti il I ly tIlii iiluss tin
giivernmernt as a f't e l-ie." Tills wdiilil
li0 a villla 1;in eit' p'(, p .'st'e l plh ."tl s
in li o Jaline midt L'hiini.
M illiler lnhliidaii li ri'.|i(il 'O l Io
have Sald liu i'U1lel I.r oheilgetl l u re
sign hlis pic ll ie lit-. i i of e u'ich an
a'rr'orn-ni. Th' 1 l eii t i llg ro-'iis rfic
Iurs in the illii i.in aire the coniflid(-n, c
if ihe- IiciRrun 1lnie i nIj in i, l-'ar Eac.h!
llit nia wair eusilIl1 m.illi alln a1y le
1I i'V- fi'r tli"i a landi iel- eniilI:.nging
tinlle of ithe ttirt.i,ii mi.tinl.: andl ntiws.
liap- S.
Thi- i,ti lllgent Ch'Iic 1 it -- iefmcil .is
await i i'il n t ni.'lii wlilli ino rie .'ep
anxiety. Tihl.,;- lorei-ao thi malny lieor
ils menatling CLiChina lin e event of
war indl he Ilesiiilll iis inat a |)or
lion of tthe l.iic ina rsunlt fro,mt
(liina'H inabillilv t nli-t intltnin the n ni,-
!i'Hlily oif hl'e liharliors and ul j111jcts.

day evening and sixty-three lives were
lost and thirty persons were Injured.
The train left Pittsburg, running a
few minutes late, In charge of Engin-
eer William Thornlle, of Connelleville.
When approaching Laurel Run, which
is a particularly fine piece of road bed,
the train was running at a high rate of
speed. Suddenly the passengers were
thrown from their seats by the light-
ning-liko application of the air brakes
and a moment later there was a terrific
The train was made up of two bag-
gage, two day coaches, one sleeper and
oDe dining car, and was carrying at
tlo time, at the lowest estimate, 150O
The train plougbhed along for a cun-
siderable distance and the cats were
torn to pieces, passengers Jumping,
screaming, falling from the wreck as It
tore along. Suddenly the engine
sweriod to the left and the coaches
plunged down over the embankment
10 the edge of the Youghloghons rivar.
T'ho minute the cars stopped rolling
there was a wild scene. Many persons
were piniorod between tho wreckage
and the screamns and cries that follpw-
ed were beyond description. Many
were injured during their mad excite-
ment and plunged Into the river. Oth-
ers. caught beneath the heavy-timbers,
pleaded in agonized tones for relief. So
terrific was Ihe force of Ihe wreck
that nearly every passenger suffered
a moment's unconsciousness and many
of the able-bodied men were unable to
assist in helping the Injured from the
wreck on account of having fainted.
The known dead are: Engineer Win.
Thorniley, of. Hazelwood. Pa.; Division
Engineer S. G. Heater. of Hazelwoo'd,
Pa.; Fireman Thomas Cook, of Hazel-
wood, Pa.; Herbert Holmes, of Emniel-
ton, Pa.; Joseph lines, of Tarboro, N.
C.; the Union News Company agent
on the trnin; Charles Lindrord, of
Confluence, Pa; Edwards. Pit.s-
lurg, wife in ('cnmborland; J. W. Mar-
lIn, Hancock, MAd.; Richard Ducke.t,
Baltimore. Mdl.; Edison Goldmillh,
Connelsville, Pa.
The otilier fifty three dead are mostly
foreigners and colored passengers who
were riding in the smoking car.


Death Comes to Judge Barrow While
Presiding In Court at Savannah.
Judegel Popo Barrow, of the Chatham
coinly superior court, in Savannalil.
was stricken Wednesday In his court
ronim ani died shortly afterwaril at his
hoine, where lie had been remooid.
The stroke was caused by uraernia.
anld the physicians say that there was
probably a hemorrhage at the base "f
th.- brain. There may, oo, have been
Judgc.' narrow had Ji ust finished a
charge to the jury In a civil suit. liHe
naro3e from tlie bench anl was seized
with a weakness of the legs. Those
near him notlred tahs, but thought that
his limbs w.re weak or asleep from
long sitting.
i'd' it-il te un i., nfaa it- e hip fal-

at small "oat. The
.f S ever 20.MO Do ounrs fO,
6b and will gaot be W.

seG tewad, slo.
of this paper will be pleased to
IUs a least one dreaded dk.
Se uas been able to cure ti
titst 0n arrl. Hail's Catant
.Y positive oure now known to
tarnity. Catarrh being a on-
a* require a consUa toutl Ie
t. l's atarrhCureltakenBler. '
oltly upon the blood and mu-
S egthe syaten thereby destroy-
hi e IUt l d 'I ethe dclaee, "nd giving
S t renthby building up theoon-
a a ting nature In doing its I
b proprietors have so much flithlI
e powers that they offer Ono Hun-
o .at forany oo that it falls to our*.
edr at of testimonials. Addresa
F J. CN AM t & Co., Trledu, 0.
ftld b Druggslats, 7.
irs amlly Pill& are the lbet.
About .505)p.000 have already been
paid in Spanish war pensions; the av-
erage yearly value of the Spanish war
pensaon is $137, and the average an-
nual value of all other pensions is $133,
Sand 804,00 applications for Spanalsh
war penslous :await adjudication.

..An untimely death so often follows neg-
lect eo slight cough or cold. If Taylor's
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gumr and Mul.'
lein irTl1te0 in timr it will prevent any
evil esuiltsa It ptlres coughs, 'colds and
coinsu ion '.' .
At druggists, 25c., 50c. and $1.00 a bottle.
When an adult human body is cremated
the reciduum is a mass ot gray ashes
weighing about .two poundss.

eAnother club woman, Mrs.
Hautle of Edgerton, Wis., tells
hoW she was cured of irregularly.
ties and uterine trouble, terrible
painsand backache, by the use
of Lydia E. Pilkham's Vegetable
DrAA Mns. PI'NKnAs:-A while
ago my .health began to fail because of
female troubles. The doctor did not
help a, I rcnwitberedl that my mother
had used Lydia E, Pinlham'is
Vegptabl Coimptound on many Cc-
oas F9s 4or irreu larities and uterine
trouble, htnd I -felt sure that It could
not hirm:no aet any rate to give it a
1 was certainly glad to find that
within a week I felt much better, the
terrible pains in tihe back and side
were beginning to cea.ie, and at the
time of menstruation I did not'have
nearly as serious a ilme as heretofore,
sol continued It% uwmc for two months,
and at *he end of tlat time I was like
a anew woman.. I really have never
felt better in my life, have not had a
oik .~headache sinme, anud weigh 20
pounds more than I ever did, so I un-
bositatingly recommend your mcdi-
la."- Mllas. MAY IlIA.vi. Edgerton,
WiseW reat 1Ittaeliold l''CouoMics Cl ub.
-- 4 O.j#lt If .ril atl I Nl Of n1bo6 IcttCr IalO'j
pfnuInele a iioneot be proaucca.
No End in Gight.
Forrester--I suppose you married to
complete your education ?
Lancaster-No; merely to contdutie
it Indefinitely, It seems.-January
Smart Set.

To a,11 Whosuffer or to the friends of those
who 'w ferwilli K idn'ey, l.lt et. Ieart. ladder
or Blood Disease, a siunile bottle of Stuart '
Olut and Buchul, the greot southern Kidney ard
ver edllne, ll be sent absolutely freeol
cost. M aton tl pper.. Address 8lIT-ARI
DRUoG ri'OCO.,. V.Wail St., Atlanta. Ga..



has a feeling of cofidene I
his cartridges. They don't
aits .nd Iways shootwhere
WI*ht n?'5
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Tha Unlem MCtIaltc Cartridge Co.

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DeVlCeSTo Culling Corn Fodder.
A correspondent sends the Ohio)
Farmer a sketch of a fodder buck he
utsa to cut corn fodder, using the tops

for horse feed and The rest of the
Stalks for cattle. lie uses an ordinary
buck saw, sharp, to cut with. The cut
explains Itself.
Dry and Cooked Feeds.
It is said that uncooked grain is. as
a rule, preferable for strong. healthy
horses in. hard work, but It is not- de-
sirable that the grain should be given
them' by itself. Bome chaff should al-
ways be mixed with It, as otherwise
some of the feed is sure to pass into
the bowels unmastlcated, and probab-
ly will, in due course, be voided in the
same condition exactly as when it was,
placed in- the manger. Therefore it.
goes without saying that It has not
nourished the horse a bit. When
horses are. not in hard or fast work
they may have their oats steamed,
and by this means, not only will n
saving. in expense be affected, as the'
food goes further, but thexanimals en-
joy the change. In this, case, as in
that of dry grain, chaff ought not to
be mixed with the corn: Grain lat is
not perfectly sound -ought never to be
given to the horses uncooked; and
cooked food must not be placed before
them after fermentation has set in.--
Commercial Poultry.

Farm Notes.
Broken straps about the harness
quite often lead to broken bones In the
ma n;
Breaking colts is a great deal like
sitting up with a, sick man. One must
attend strictly to business. No nap-
ping on duty,
uReally sound horses of good and kind
disposition are scarce. If we get one
jwe ought to stick to It as long as the
animal Is able to work,-
Sometimes a bit of taffy goes a good-
Ways toward making a man do his
best. Cows are Just so. -Kind words
and good treatment count for a sight.
JEver try- it?
'Look well to the colts you are driv-
lag. It is a good plan to put them
one at a time with some old and steady
horse :until they have become thor-
oughly broken.
The manure produced by one pig in
a year is worth about $12 for fertiliz-
Ing purposes, hence the need of re-
moving this to a suitable yard or shed
where Its fertilizing value will not be

.*Olewtsre In Ma to. Ii 140 aevs, but
'rt Useo with *hich lk'e areua of
'4 4a smooth land oka be cultivated by
. msanso t modern, Improved machln-
ery,' te ds to a habit of expansion.
I Wthin- resonablC Imits, the bigger

Old Love Letters. 1 .the farm the more eonooleally and
There la nothing that make a madtI -t mt es be oeate d He nd
feel so sore and aggrieved as a .wife's profitably It can be olMerated. hence
old love affairs, when. In reality, be we find in Presque Tile the average
should be proud of her popularity. acreage approximating tOO, and a
and consider It a compliment to his 'large percentage of farms ranging
ownf good taste that she shosht have -from this figure to 400 and even 500
been admired: and yet the fact is that 'acres. Potatoes, Aroostook's staple,
not one man In a thousand can stand are found here In fields ranging from
the mention of a wife's old sweet- '20 to 100 acres, often yielding over
hearts with any degree of amiability. 100 barrels to the acre; and since he
to say nothing of equanimity. On the has caught on to the knack of rotating
contrary. It generally hef about the clover with potatoes, the Presque Isle
same sootbhing effect en his temper farmer is able to alternate great fields
that the flaunting red flag has on the 'between hay and potatoes, so as to
gentleman with horns who makes raise andb sell an Immense volume of
things lively in'the Spanish arena. both staples, and at the same time ac-
An old-faded' photographh. a bundle tually to Increase the strength and
of old letters, fatted and suspicious of fertility of his farm. For the. past
tears,. has created a panic In many 'three years It is a very unpretentious
an otherwise happy home. Presque Isle farm.that has not yield-
A man always wants to feel that the ed profits totaling $3,000. whil6 In
woman of his choice hua never loved gmay have riun as high as $10,006 and
and will never, love any one but his $12,000. Making all dude allowance.
own precious self, and that Is the rea- for operating expenses, there is -a
son that lie asks about five thousand argin left that has made those fams
and ninety-eight times during a threeable gold-mine; and: t is no
weeleg' courtship: "Did-yvi never real- veritable gold-mine; and. It is no
wly love any otberp: "n And If you a wonder that, after providing himself
ly love any other mb ? And f you ;.and family with ample comforts ant
he wise and want hbrr very badly7you l located b
will .never make any incriminating ad. I -such luxuries as are Indicated by
will never make any incriminating ad. ao e t furniture, rubber-tlred
miassios. [pianos, elegant furniture, rubber-tired
Never,i no never, hbecaome confidential : rrlages. fine driving hores, etc.,
and Altow a husband old iloe letters. thase farmers still have good, fat bank
In the first place, It IS not exactly ai counts -to their credlt.-From Aroo-
honorable, because when a uman offers watook_County Mailwe, by George H. Col-
ills love to a woman he pays her then Ilas, in National Magazine.
highest compliment in hlis power;' -
therefore, If lie has really loved her. EASILY SlES IN THE DARK.
and she could not returfl his rove, a "There never was a cat like my
regard for his feelings, nid a proper swlfe." began the first clubman.
appreciation of the complimertta im- "Oh, I iay," protested the other,
plied In singling her out for his love. ."that's rather too rough"--
should make her keep violate any Oh, I don't mean to be disespect
,txpresslon of love. tL she has merely fu. I meant to aay It doesn't mr tter
trifled, it is additional reason for se- f mat t when It et home. ahe
vrecy. t m how dark It Is when I get home' she
Theney can always see what my condition 1i."
Then, too, a more selfainterested mo- m -Philadelphia Pres .
live should control her and keep the -. Pladelphia Press.
niatter .ecret.
A husband Is rarely favorably In- An Engauing Man.
lined towards a man Who has ever "There was a drummer took sick
made love to his wife, even though It and died here, three weeks ago," said
may have been before lie came on the the landlord of the tavern at Polkville.
scene. He has always a sort of in- Arkansas. "-lHe was a thick-set, guitar-
jured feeling whenever his inameo Is playing' sort of feller, and the girl he
mentioned, and while he may not say was- engaged to marry caine over from
very much, yet the fact remains that 'Torpidvllle to attend the funeral; alsed
he does feel injrited. So It is better from Waupsey; also from Peapack;
for a :woman to .forget.-New Haven also from Tonganoxie; also from
Register. 'om'ers In Kansas, and some place up.
-.----.--- In. Missouri. Seeln"' how *many :there
The mother who t hasacdeu ed the was of 'em. he put away their en-
habit of scolding.her children thereby Agamenet rIngs, and, figgeratlvely
shows 'that he is not competent to spakn', organized a new society, and
train them In .obedience. -For scold- invented a yell. And It was a pretty
ug Is a sIgn of* w6ak-ness. It indicates darned exp.'essive one, too, lemma te' l
that the person Who has it has not you!'"-Jaruary Smart Set.
masteredd herselfl iand that she knows
not how to rule others. 'A Rejected Recipe.
The scolding parent Is usually an EdIhA--Jtist think! Here's a New
unreasonable being, Irritable, lmpul- Thou'ght. professor who teaches that
slve, quick-telmpered, hot-headed. She oneto in become beautiful by persistent.
Judges first and calls for thq evidence ly thinking herself beautifuL
:afterward. She acts as If her little .Ieneo-Oh, ushaw. Wo could point

Sons and daughters should, even be- ou ( so many Instances to the contrary.
Packing Apples For Mlarket. fore she instructs thctu, distlngtuish -.January Smart Set.
All fruit should be neatly and hon- right from wrong, aind should, even -S
estly packed, whether in the small box, before they have seen anything of life. Tourist sleeping Car Line to
where deception Is easily detected, or have the knowledge thal( can come New Tourist 8lpfIng Car Line to
in the barrel, where less liable. The only from experience. California.
practice'of facing at the ends of tie Her. first care in the- correction of p Commencing December 9th, the
barrel is one calculated to do the this habit is to control herself. Let Frlsco System will rinaugurate through
grower great harm, sooner or later. her give no order that she does not Pullman tourist sleeping car service
For best results the fruit should run intendd to enforce. Let her tell her between Birmingham, Ala., and SBa
the same, all through the barrel. Do children to do a thing only once. and Franolsco, California.. Cars will leave
not place large, fine colored specimens let her resolve not to scold thbm.-lIn' Birmingham at 10:20 p. m. every Tues.
at the end and fill in the middle with dianapolls News. "day, and will bo routed via the Frisco
windfalls, knotty or decayed fruit- -- ---.- System to Kansas City, Rock Island
these .can best be marketed as cider shopping BArs Grtvs Larser. System to Pueblo, Denver and Rio
or vinegar stock. That barrel will be The jaunty Virris.:- hag is being grad- e W ern to OR.
opened eventually, and the deception tinily supplanted by shopping bags Grand u and Rio Grandce to ern Fran-
come to light. Such a man will not which are assuring larger propor- den and Sonthern Pacific to San Fran-.
get to run his fraud the second time tions. The latter omnie in walrus and cso.. r rvaton hould
on that customer, so he will be con- English moroeco in all colors, but at Reqursts for. reservations-shouild eo
tinually on the hunt of new trade. Use present black .lid red are the favorite addressed to W. T. SAUNrDEIS, Gen-
regulation size barrels. Bend the nails shades. oralAent-Pastener department, car-
down close, so that they will not cut These bags are comtmodious, some neor Pryor and Docatur Streets, Allan-
the contents. Place a course of aver- of them having as iniany as ten corn- ta, Ga.
age apples on the bottom, stems down- partiments. The shape known as "The
ward. Then gently put In the fruit, Flatiron" is the latest nad most popu- Of all newspapers in- the world Siixty-
reculling as the barrel fills. Fill to lar. It takes its name from Its resem- eliht in every 100 are printed in the Eng-
about two inches above the barrel so.. blaftce to the useful laundry article. agu"e.
when the cover Is forced In place, the Instead of a snap catch, it folds like F poermanentiied. o fits or nervoiui-
contents will not shake about. With a a pocket ca4e. Some of the newesJ [ nessafter first davy's tus of r. K line's Ore-
screw or lever force the cover in place bags have braided leather .andles. .ervPteatorer.,1trtalbottle sndI'et tsotr
and nail firmly. On the end neatly It is the fad to have one's momS-' Dr.1l.H.K-Lns. Ltd..081 Arohit'.. Philup,,..
stencil the name of the apple. A good gram, in either silver or gold, on the Only eleven per cent. of the families of
pencil outfit can -be had for seventy- face of the bag.-New Yotrk Press. j n employ a servant, but there are
five cents or $1., and is useful in a varl- No-----nofthe servant class.
ety of. ways to the -fruit: and truck il Qut in.
.grower, apiarist and all who ship pro- | JRJC JL I Why eough, whrn for' 2. and this no-
duce. ,The best is the one-Inch siz uranted o onui cu in tsblet form, pout.
with guiding rack.-A Fruit Grower. In '. jf[Ag.,.u "d" Dr. krvIn. Cot.,e. iblet form,
The Epitomlst. iAm A.C.L.]
The -e. ." A drop of blood which might hang from
The yalUhnl Mule. of Al-- the point-of a needle cootains about 1000,-
In case the plans of the chief of tile Pink brocade Is used for a beautiful 0oo red-flattened crpules. ut,,-
ive Stock Department of the World's new petticoat.
-Fair meet the approval of manage-,.M nt- ws 8"thtn yrupforealldre-v
Fair meet the mu approval his ki will manae- Maltese lace insertions are lovely in teetbialp,softenthbeatmisre4ueoelnIlamnma.
meor, the mule and his kin will be ac- Empire nightgowns. I tlon,aiarp6pAn.reswlaidoollk.. 5e. habttle
lack of knowledge, existsas to the, Tucking of the moat minute sort fg- Iin prpoitan 'toi its thickness, frog kin
.akfkes the toughest whether
vied utles of liemule, but this ures in the l6veile'st creations. u s "!"". h l "r.
display at the fair will be an eye Royal blue and white atrlped silk p Dy-eing J. as easy as wshin when
openeInthisrespect. makes a decidedly smart daytime pet-. I'i AT ADUxIr,= Lm r are u&.
The mule has invaded the North to tcoat. The only birds that sing as they fly ar6
stay, and we confidently expect a de.. Dotted materials, either ombre and the skylark and woedlark.
mand from the Northern farm. Never in contrast, are among the catchy msa- cure I thebeatmedlneweevertsed
were the threBe great mule-raisitulg trials noticed. for all ate.urtIons of threat nd lungs.-Wveru
teates.-. or all a eotions-ofTthroat and u ."W.
states.. Kentucky, Misaourid and Ten. Thenew laces and nets for evening '0. Exa,zI,T Yaburon.l, Ind., Web. 10, 1000.
essee, so aked ad scraped for mules gowns are exquisite, with gold and The Unfied States las 7,000 postoelie;
of all lass d ge as at the presilver spangled effects very prmminent. i Germany is next with ~ 4,023, nd reat
ent time. Not only are, th -r s Chlnehlla :sble, baby lamb and the ,.rit ..nthird wt.b =400.
ho raise ad those who feed sure of Chinchlla,sabl, aby lamb d the
haijinsoe-..profits,[ but -,the : dealer. splendid novelty, molep, are a8h, with -
cawide and' 'sre, -argli. ermine, In the first rank of fashlbn'a
.v Thea latter come here from all uprts, favor. -
of the coUntry to buy anything -of the WhIte' undersleves made.of -ows of
log-eared tylpe, from the smallest colt pleated crepe sIs.e is One of the smart-
to the fancy teams and high-priced est sleeve fintshes of the season, but
Jacks. Choice colts are selling at .50 is very perishable. "have.kWtAye CherryPe
to $100. while fancy teams bring $2=50 Indian bead belts with an ornamental "I ha ve my houwer 'a' Peet
I to $00 enameled aash pin In the back and of- years. It is the beat mediOlan IS
Oood-sized two-year-old mules are ten an enameled buckle in front to the world for cough and coids.'
pfft to work and do good service until match are one ofet fashion's latest fan- J. C. WVlli s, Attle s.1T.
twenty-five years old. and are not sub- des.
]ect to disease. Mules are more eas- pocebook puffbox. Just the right All serious I af
ily broken to work than horses, and ief crryo in a pu r. and with A
whoever heard of a team of mules ta mirror is i'e lid, Is new and would troubles egin with a
running away and tearing things p? fill a vacant -ot in the Chrstmas thro .
If they run. It is a very short and wild Sttok ng.t tick in.' the ot A
run. I. e Tt Inverteod pleat skirt back is,e. You a Stop this t first
Whoever saw a balky muleT ording to a leadl odte. a lc to g sng e night With
team will carry a buggy along smooth- cordSit taoritie te habit lask that A 'a Cherl Pn tot l
r a*d nikvr than a pa a 0 ba bhae d prwedliee all summer being
.we-l.broke* mulesa lu t $M U t $M tw flWS
span of mules will do more work tlis n. b of Uns t f t,
A $W pair of horses. AW" dss a black wa.king etuam of coolpts e, bud
The l Is eas raised esily or so of tenew black e u
broken to work. docile, trusty, hardy,' goods. OSn milt have & black gOwn sad16 Q "l,
broken to cc tfor eenta W h. Ts am be of amow | Iu. g
and the beet fre.d that the ftr-le o for chU5t,,l "fst d Mayobedofa es *ft -
teamsterhas la tie t way of woik eol- n i IAyr
ri-ge I .a ggas i 1 } -

rE -nu u1 rnu I cl Ia n 1. I

Against Winter Catarrh In Itsi

Many Phases.

Mogleteed Colds In Children
O~a i Bring D18astrous
4bullf. 1




Mrs. J. M. Drawn, Due .
negan prilags, Mo., writes
."My little daughter, three
yearn old, was troubled with
a %cry hlil cough whlh re-
inuine'1 after r an att-tek of
aiahii I ever. She hbs
tak,, b. .t"le of PernaU
th|r.'agil, l'.-h she has obt
lii I .1 .''''I' ure. She
in ,, iw n '4 %1 !1 ,.d iuippy aM
a little gi,1l ,an be. When
o,,r fi en,.itl' ,t hew well
pi,,- l.>,k- I Itll them Peruna
n n Inte'r letter she says
"1our lailt daIilghter contla-
l us to h 1 e g.,dl i health "

; hf a Schafer, 436 Dope Ave., St. Louis,, Mhi, writes:
""0 "/In" u < E dartly pirt of Ias$ Wea' I wa-ato l y@l j0li- advic*
Sl/ot' sity duaigh for .4be, jaI. iryeasS Ofage. 81h lcs bSeems
saift aty J, sdohlei. M*tBg ehfltl Mitoe her Be irth. Ae l had
Q 0. convulstions an& cals.-rhat fotIr,,,s. fI wunes if Wvs doe-
4 fLortlga until we commutncedl to time Peortira. She groW
stronegH and well. er usao tI a wonderl/it tutidc; the beat
seaedfioftnoe have ever used.
"I wee din a very wspr-tehl eoltdo ette swheat loom-
S rnvIewed to latel Prusnha. I a ha larra adll throsag **Mn
Stolhole body, but thank od, your medafte ve mel t '141
k rtuht. I would st have m jy other medtifcte.
S"I'er-uet c-iresed mlty babt 'ooy ov a rerve ats "ape'6 V e
; ans lever. lie n ta bta, he lthy boe nfltein m !e l d,
P'^ave Utve himn PePrselia. f ansil on e s olos oe Iom J
hAne that i s why his t o atel i aarne' pmose Pe tHaa
it 1Venotauh. $e's hoave Io& t .ad i doctor s'.no* ,e, ,we tan o ,%*
Pe,1lrna-Eal pets ** i(.--,re. Sr"/er.

StIne oiture to Ilave .Pe.ru-M-m on -i al An4 yet another child eitches eld' aa*
uisi uess.. nclenenit months or:' !rtt.ilar rht Iusuli tisrim is tIII re-salt. Aels$
S, id winto swlknees, wrists and oelbuw, beomi ae s eae
rail 't enter. ewollvn and painful. A tong. di ait *dtE ia.
S.ii is.e faellowim. The chl,,d iMay Ivw na nIbe-
'Cro p, capillary li nrliim land ora t ulrillr cflDe convaleMent, r. r misirable invallt d{
e-ru-nn K"ept In tie HO.s..o r tol r rhnruii iu.- ,ii. "Il i "' si ( # c "ia"lali'. 111c vM f "- .lar dieso -..11
% i hud.. 'ihe i all liku i "ult .>'t (r c. ihihin nI's iha are i the 'reFt resiui o f 22 1 :8
Icodl. oli. l'eriuna Is the afe l aird ef ta fa
One cliild catchers r,>ol n el *<- itm i, ,iv. If a chilh il tohp eni cold l'erun sma
Mr. Albert Liettzman, 1008 Milwaukee iotn er into hyasteIrics liynaving irop i ,. ns ed in eim hidiat toe od Pereue
Ave., Chi~cago, Ill., writes: i thi,' d nliil t. h A few td a o' of Vjunn and a child's eod-
"I am only too glad to inform .yoti that Anointr c-i'l i c atltie cold, le ri.uv l A, is g.rn., '.e app' nts h ion of the -paTent
I am feeling splendid siad have ever fel ;st uilhiont i l h i al.it will uot yi i ty or le aw e'm.i u nousrihold is. free from
better inn my fife. Through, (th' advice of. ltiiniy iyv', 'ine' le. The aritnlti art s illtd ft-ar Ouhlit more.
a friend I tried Perucnn, and .am glad to wnail foe.-it."hlis.lg. It o do Rob receive prompt and satis-
say it ckiredl me to perfection. I began to .iSt all t iii .litlr .hl c-njlies i.n l, ai l 'e facto Oy egailtP from the use oft Peruns
tell a friend about 'ertutia the other v hla', '%e e1IIs tiii imt11 l fail l iduilrtY '. ve i|iimo ri a ) ."tlat m i O to I r. r Ht rt anina iving a ull
and 1 had no sooneir conllletcedd tivan It-he Ihail y I. r ichuiai. IIBlieoTh 14 l i cilihien-t of yiir cam na. l ltee will,
told ino his folks have'-kept Pertuia intlthe |ir anila I '>' the ne r te i plen d Va aive you ih(s valnable advie
house for the Inast five years. I atm sure 1 ,lild it l,.-ky etu-,,t lh 1 o l.itv th. haIn dvel- gratim.
wouldn't be without it. Mother aluo- uses t" 'i l '.nk IungsI fioIn whii' ,i it may never Addrr' ,s Dr. firtman, President of The
it to keep 'herself ingood hoi.tth."l .v'r. 1 tv an il nnaitarum, Colurnbus, Ohio.
Ask your Druggist for free Re-ru-na Almanac for 1904.
_Avery & Company

_r... r ._-_ a AVERY a McMILLAN,
** NEW RIVAL S south Forsyth t., Atlanta, o0
vW "W-As-ALL K1IDB O7-
dBlack Powder She' MAC H IN RY
ris hte arrtarr and rurleag ess mwMACHINE..RY

must have a sufficient supply of

in order to develop p into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid -or Nitroget can compen-
sate for a lack .of potash -inn

hoeo ed ree- to any
farwruu trlt 1 tlebook '
w- K which cntati 1- "
able an-foe aani on
ail ut soll cullum'.


~a PuN1 M MAL SfISIfa65,
am i or 4S WUI

heals all nltammason of the mucous
mumblraine wherever located.
In li,,i treatment of female lls kPax-
tine is Livaluable. Used as a douche it
Is a revelati-ii In cleansing and healing
power; It kills all disease gerns which
cause In nlammatl'uu and dis charges.
Thousandsof letters from women
rove thlit It In the greatest oure for
Iauo rrhra ever daiscov eres.
'axtine never fuils to cute pelvic
catarrh, n.u.il catarrh, sore throat, s6re
niouth aitl wire eyes, lbecatfse these
diseases .ar all caused by inflammation
of the aInti oiu membrane.
For 'leanlaf& whitenln and pro-
serving the t weh we em mlne he
world to proIi jte equal
I'hystaianr amnd specially everyWr ere
prescrilM and endoras Paxtine, anel thou-
sandauf testimonialletters prove Irimvalue.
At drugginst, or sent postpaid 50o cs.
A arge t-rial packs and book of
lastrue lona absolutely free. Write
'TIel. Pston0eo., a pt 2e iens, Mass.

A nloutlitefor'an4 U aerlromnamstiad
ar otYt hbU l*ter, *adwllnut blbiterIF
BOsl(eli 41. ilA.N i .ipnIn-allayinga
a qIt lta i ut iarrurletia ireow
raJ, Itwill toUn I een ato en
IreNV htia i snitisals |cmIt. We rem
nendG ao thse b"sl oaI safest etz iesrn
eolantr-lrrla nlk-wa asalso soanestlr
femidy for pftlnha | rst muiiilitnma
apal&Irbhomutlrimc.UtallclanMilutroe u -
lalts. A trial siiliprndewba lwoloaha
foret, And It wIll ,0nd tohtol invaJuablM
Iano 1 h.1bol70i. MB ,n y vpl ir"l l
$%tof *IllIof yrmir pF.vPAratlion!M.V PriCe
ci. stallcleruRV1lstOorotherdealersor, i
s40~lmm111ii ilmnuiCtosilnpou stlaM
weillWIsOd poi 4 thepuIlin ouale thio
sidv"it 8 L P %hotpite pwhi1ajtl '
isandin stto kft e.

Reliable Prik Engine He SOe4n al"
Slaves. Wheat S~paraters

L-rde wnine.s and melloM
pempUly. Shilest. MHIis C-GM U
Piroulae *aws,law Teeth,P(o itae f
Steam Governors. Pull linea Inglnsl
Mill Suppllaes. and for fPtd Oastal ,

slpafW aer sATs1at ',/,

t, fth fIve-cent P4
-, A*ordloary oet*
..-Noue. fsixty oeeets
L. ,waft ly fag.10

T HR .22 6410' l @&,aih
f ong- an4 fatrde
model ; ris a7l tslgrkIt

Moad, in fallOts
IlN1gamrlo -18

Peruis should be kept in the
house all the time.
Peruna should be kept in every
house where there are children.
Don't wait until the child as
nick then send to a drug store.
lIavr l'eratna on hand-accept no
Pr-ru-na Protects th Ratire
H household Agaimaet Catarrba~l
s a soon as the value of Peruna
is fully appreciated by every
,household, both as a preventtive
and cure of catarrhal nffectimi1,
tens of thousands of lhves will he
saved, and hundreds of thousands
of chrome, lingering cases of dias.
case prevented. Perutia is a hliise
hold sn fegiiiid.











V27 ~~, yUX 3 *j*..*L L. LAM .-
"rb Democrats are for Jno. N. C.

R editor Harris' Ocala Banuer ia
J*circulating." He recently an,
o 'tauced'the receipt of the price of
t year's subscription front away Op
jn Georgia.

N-ongtsman Lamar is threat-
'with some opposition in the
W'd District, but the money and
spent in opposing him will
bably be thrown away.

'It. is important that you make
Me good resolutions at the be-
Jting of the year 1904, but it is
ly more important that the
resolutions be carried out.

W hen the holiday season is over
candidates will begin to make it
Seresting for each other. County
4 tes will then begin to an
ioe and "the woods will be full

I?. Taylor, who tried to kill
man Lamar at Tallabassee
c, year ago, has been con-
l.td sentenced to aerve five
Iai theSatte pri f~, Now what
ftb- duWlnnl Board do?

g A gentleman who is not an
vowed supporter of Stockton was
-eard to say recently: "When
tolakton sees the people and talks
16 them they are for him, and the
d- of it is he'll see all of them be-
sre the end of the campaign."

'. Thl woman who danced before
and caused the beheading of
a. the Baptist, should not be
red any more than the more
women who defend dram-
t'iand get as a part of their
i the slain youth of the land.

'bt I beginning to be very geti-
.eouiceded that next to Barrs,
Alexander is the strongest
in: the Coogressioual race in
d district. A Gaines-
0nn recently said4 "I think I
vote tfor 'Jim.' yet I expect
aum i the ablest man int the race,
I guiss he'll be elected."

i After paying Spain 20,000,000
4or islands she could no longer de-
nd or govern. Uncle Sam has
agreed to pqy the Philippine
47.600,000 for 408,000 acres
#ud, or about $18 per acre. In
aligutnotimne Uncle Sum has land
'it home. As a real estate
be Is peculiar.-New york

Sitr have the printary as early
1ht1 f9r two reasons. First,
ul candidates will

we wouldn't hesitate to bet a forty-
penny nail to a Carpet tack, that
same book concern .is Tespusible
for the war on secoud-hand books.
There may be some reasonin object
insg to the use of second-hand cloth-
Ing from a sanitary view point, but
there is no more reason why book~
should be feared after, they have
been in. use a while.'than there is
for fearing papernmoney after it lhas
been used by more than one person.
-f iut is more danger i0 one than&
there is In the other, the much
handled paper money is the wuore
dangerous, and yet we never hear
of a five or ten dollar bill being
discarded because it has been int
use for even tany years. When
we find a mna ho is unwilling to
"pocket" secoldialt.ulnd paper mtoney
because hlie fears a microtubs ar.
on it, we 'can th:u believe hin sin.-
cere in his opposition to secont'-
hand books for the same reason.

Judging trom their reports of th-l
Sheats-Hollbway debate In this city,.
the Gainesville Shn tuSt have ienei
in "eclipse.'2.an4 l-tlhltar in "occur
station" on the occaisiqu of the
event.--Florida school Expuntent.
THa STAR may have been it "oc.
cultation" on that occasion, at leasl
as far as Brother McBeath was con-
cerued, but the speakers and the
audience were not; and, while
Brother McBeath is a cleaver gen-
tleman, and Is SOMitTIMIS right,
we here affirm that the STAR'S re-
port of that debate did ant injustice
to no one.

What did you do to make some
one happy Christmas?
Tne Waycroas, Ga., Biks are
contributing wood'thlawlnter to the
poor of that town. This is a noble
charity, and deserves imitation.-
Jacksonville Metropolis.

An Illinois town has just fined
elevenu lynchers each $60 and costs,
all of which takes this rude form
of excitement dead easy to those
who have the price.-Times-Union.

We would be glad if some of these
papers that ate all. the time talking
about Tallaferro's record would just
go into details a little. Guess we
are a little dense, but we haven't
quite caught on yet.-Madison. Re-

It will be a probd.4ay for Florida
when we have StOckton and Mat.
lory in the Uult.d Sates senate amid
Lamar and Bams in the lower house,
These a e all men ot ability and of
the highest intugrity.-Madison

Oaough left after cam- After all of tits eots to say ve
"ie are paid to pay Cribb from detb hei was hged
. W ver plke they at, Douglas. O .W' d '
a recourse possible 9
his itfe. There s .
a stay ta^ t ', W ,would have been the A tt b
to stay at hoe' n a Plorida mrihta., but ibI
of our ....oraln. ~, opposition is that the t W.p
l*ny took Rditor Me. f Pardons would I
Sritda School IEx. t rot executlon.cklW-
Uronce opposing i. '.;;, .
and notPi
cuemth To t ogi
' '..E d ; 2 . .'...

"0 re eis conuiderab4 comment
DWiM, upon the action of the Board of
Health of Mascou, G'Oa., against the
ditor&andPprter 55ale of secondhand school books.
.... clothing, .', because it applies
Moend-clas matter, nuder Act of ". pUl thee action w g tokd
I4 March 3. 1879, t prevI't the spread of .t.
...... ea by and through these
ad every Tuesday and Friday, t; gids.. The SavaQrnll
year in advance. say *. t diseases are X l| r
Cents for Six Months, clothlf., books and'
Cats for Three Months. there Is no doubt, beu
"so very ion ".'i ts I New
k DVRTisumN RATas. York vory front a
msbars In brevere type. 5 cents letter rev r sister in
iclh insertion. Savannab.s- |* ime of writing
r display advertisements priced the letta t was recovering
ion. from t 4 ue. se. If a disease
germi ca.p carried hi a letter, whyI
"To Our Patrons," else. 'oth1ti.4Hool book, the leaves of
t. which hAve been thumbed by the
this paper, original owner and which.are likely

...blican leaders are just to be thumbed by the second owner
ipua s to know whether u ofit. the thumb being datipened In
ions to know whether the mouth during the pregcms?
Roosevelt would be hard- The News also says hat the
e Democrats to beat. Macon Board of Health Iated wise-
ly in taking stops agalWt second-
highly probable that the hand school books. Pftceauttons
months will witness the for the preservation of the health
several more Florida news. and lives of school children are of
everalimo Florid news.vastly more importance than the
or political purposes only. saving of the difference betweett the
cost of second-hand school books
B. Broome's friends feel and new school books. Besides,
easy about their favorite, the amount of one doctor's bill may
makes friends wherever he be greater--than the amount of dif
d he goes almost every- ference in the cost of the two kinds
of bookls during the entire school
life of a child.-Jacksonville Me-
er up in Maine is advoca- tropolis.
election' of Senator Talia- If we were not opposed to betting
l ec ioi or Stori Tna lr, under any and all circumstances.
mt a majority of the Flor.

.. here in

The Re
Snow anx
Hanna or
est for the

I is 1
tinext few
.birth of s



I *

A Hnea y orse* Tra.
The last campaign In which Henry
George wata permitted to engage
abounded In wordy encounters. In
making squelching rejoinders to im-
pertinent questions the famous single
taxer could not be excelled. During
one of his addresses Henry George re-
marked that a lifetime had been de-
voted to the dissemination of his single
tax views.
"And what have you accomplished?"
Inquired a voice In the audience.
"Taxed New York's halls to their
greatest capacities." said the orator
suavely. And a delighted audience
would not permit him to continue for
some minutes.
A Literal Mliaed Clas.
A teacher in one of the schools near
Philadelpbhia had otto day been so dis-
turbed by the bussing of Ilps and shuf-
Sing of feet of the children that she
was on the verge of distraotlon. inal-,
ly she said: "Children, I cannot stand
so much nole. Please be quiet for a
Little while, at last. Let m see if you
can't be so still that you could hear a
pin drop"
Instantly every child became as atll
as a mouse. Then a little boy In a back
seat piped out, with marked impa-.
"Well, let her dropl"-Philadelphla
Ho Loved lla Mmemies.
James MacNdiffl Whistler looked upon
life as upon a kind of warfare and was
never so happy as when he was quar-
reling with somebody He la quoted as
haivag said when asked it he did not
have many friends: "Yea, I have many
friends, and I am grateful totbhem, but
those whom most I love are my ene-
n4miss, not in a Biblical sense. Oh, no,
but biecau they keep one alwaa biuy,
always up to the mark, either fighting
them or proving them idiots."
wt -s .se Me'ais .Teuii..
DVm'-4 b-'t stand it another mtn-
'IWaI r hibt to send him baek his
W tl That beautiful dia-

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spunl tlo the ignorunit nian as you do to
the learnedd"
"If youi must idetl within un antagoulats
while lie s In nitger aid lie It more
powerful than you. then Itud yotlr
fre-k to himn."
Whiht isa tisthi ut tle plilalosophy wmhicbh
warns" ua ilst tllie "iIilU1 \wise In his
own cote-el" :1.Id ardvl.mn time "soft an-
swer thait tlliii-.h stuy wrrntht?'

A r. L. Holiday Rates
Holiday rates via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantic Coast Line announce the
rale of one and one-third fares plus 95
cents for the round trip for Christmas
holidays Tickets will be sold December
23-25, inclusive, December 30, and 31,
1008, January 1, with return limit Janu
ary 4, 1904. Teachers and students of
schools and colleges will be accorded
same rate, tickets to be sold December
16-22, inclusliv, with return limit Janu.
ary 8, 190o4, upon presentation of aertifl-
cate signed by superintendents, princi-
pals orpiesidents All information cheer-
utillv furnished.
W. J. Craig, generall Inssenger Ageit,
Wilminglou, N. C.; H. M. Emerson,
trafficc Matager, Wilumington, N. C.; W.
H. Leahy, Division Passenger Agent, Sa-
vannah, Ga.; T. C. White, Division Pas-
Fengelr Agent, Tampa, Fla.: Frank C.
Boylaton, Coummercial Agent, Jackson-
vil e, Fin.

,-""' -" )acksonville Hotel.
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. lianm.
cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell as-
sistant manager, is the paInO to stop
when you go to Jacksonville. Nice
rooms, good table fare, reasonable rates,
und centralTy located-on Bay street, in
business center. Mr. Campbell Is of
Waldo, Alachua county, and it will af-
ford hitn pleasure to treat nicely people
from Iis home county when they go to
When you go to .Iacksonville and want
good fare and polite attention at reason
able cost, inquire for the "Travelers' Ho
tel,"and when you go to Green Cove
Springs atop at the Riverside Hotel, of
w-iiclh Mr Hancock Ias also proprietor.

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resbjUrg lustice p1 "po it PpeCtlt melted with the *a ,tf*
week the lawyer for th delese 1 andss when ns. wa etsrand i st
waxaecle 'marrleji when s1~e wasI V and 410d
waed Ihperative and was called when sbe was 128. Dr. Dufournel l1 -r.
down tl court... A moment sla- red at 110 and became them ate of
ter hi. Otgot ibe reprimand and two euwdelin and died at .. Marli
bW5,IIft thII Using abusive lan- prlou reached theage of 15 A. won-
guiii :The justice, a big. -00- un of 0 i'tS. tte oitf; of twenty-.or
piW hreSn, arose anid shakiig children, died at the ape f t U0. Bar.
1i w 4 1 the lawyer, said: "Young M Potdltg *3ieelo bratedM hsmo. htu-
tn, confound you! I told you to Net buried oMen wives and died at
hush. Now, if you don't do it, I'll SO And a No Wegian peasant ia eo-
whip the devil out of you." The eorddo aildj .g at 100 atid leaving two
young lawyer hushed quickly,--- n o n, ons aged .10 and the other only
Kansas City Star. nine aubners. iMr. Robert Taylor lived
to be 184 and died of exretemoenCon re-
.a1esI e w owe.. clvingas the picture of Queen Victoria
An artdclolin the urlengtoan rl signed by herself. An Irishman named
siwe diearife3 IOims. early o af h Brown, who was a habitual drunk-
arthenware dritarkg, cups of eccentrl ard, lived to be 120. A Prench 'drunk-
patterns. Their principal feature of mott ard lived to be 112. He had a dally do-.
of the quality tyge, or loving cups, It bauch for ninety years. Durand d'tl--
theft astonishing number of handle, vel of Cahors lived to be 128. A womn-
which range from two to as many as an of 124 drank strong coffee In-great
twelve. It Is supposed that the purpose quantities all her days. while a man of
of this equipment was:that the cup 114 lived on fruit, chiefly melons,, and
might pass from hand t6 hand and chewed lemon peel.-Portland Orego-
each guest have a fresh portion of the nian.
rim to himself, no doubt an excellent
arrangement for the first time round! was Selemom pimagr atlmt
Vot content .with half a dozen or so of Two thousand five hundred years be-
full grown handles, the potter frequent- fore King kolomon made an alliance
ly inserted between each of them a, With Pharaoh and 8.500 years before
sort of rudimentary handle, consisting the bitth of Ohrist there lived in 1gypt
of a looped strip of clay. The "fud- a prefect, Ptah-ho-tep by name, who
dung cup" Is a cluster of half a doamn wis ia collector of moral maxims which
good siaed cups joined together. When were even then hoary with antiquity.
it aif reFsn-d that the six cups comaun.- -The g -ms t- proverital Wisdomn are
nicate with each other internally, so trikingly like those of the wise He-
that to empty one you must, empty all, brew monarch, although It must be ad-
the force of the name will be apparent. mitted they received additional luster
Any doubt as to the ns of these forni- from l1Is band. These are samples of
dable vessel i.s dispelled by. the In- the nigyptian maxims, aa translated In
ierijluon: "A'll me full of sidar. Drink the literury Digest:
of me." "Be not proud of your wisdom, but

Brooklyn, N. V April 21, '99.
D)r. S. It. Giddinigs.
Dear Si:t-Will you kiiilv inform m te
iy return mail if )ou cini semmli yulIr 5tt.".'
bottle of lair (Grower the U tinuprallel (l
(Trrale M.ark) and if so I "ill hL-1id Ocm
a postal note for time esam le. P 'le.he mform
mue the aniount of poslage if it cii be
When ii i'lourid.aI the winlcr of i :97
and '98 1 iaube five bottlls of the tenltvy-
five cent size and produced a nice gro thi
.of hair where it had been entirely linld
for fifteen ye.irs, and now I would like to

Itr it ouce more if I cnt get it.
Yours truly.
59 Hicks St. J. W. HAVNI..S.
State of Florida, 1
County of Alaclina,
City of Gainesvitle. J
Personally appeared Inefore the tab-
scriber, a Notary Public, In and for the
State of Florida, at large, S. 1i. Giddin g,
who being duly sworn by tue di poses atnd
says that the above testLmonial was sent
to him by mail by J W. laviucs, a man
whom lie had never seen or heard of,
also that le had no knowledge ot the
man ever having used or procured uh1e
Unparalleled flair Grower. and as far as
he kiiows no one had influenced him to
send 5t, and that the man lias never re-
ceived anR thing for sending it.
'-worn to nnd subscribed before me this
12th day of November, A. D 3902.
S B. GIDsINos, t UD.
Notary Public for the State of Frlarda
at large.

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jAciat V .te aM-Punt GIrda an4-Jack.
Invjllea and St. Petersbaru afferf1n com- n
portable travel between Jacksonville and
the pohtas referred to.. .
r his gye, first cliaM Peice metwaen
j ackonnvl le spuJ 1Penia ular Plorlas'. St
etersburg sleeper leaves JaLksonville at
'9:40?. mn., uimning vir Palatka LCcala;
L.eelbairg and Trilby, arriving at St.
Petersburg 10:40 a. m. North honnd,
this ear leaves St. Petersbtrg 6:00 p. m. *
arrivingat Jaclsonville 7:30 a. m. Punta J tilfs5
Gorda Sieeper leaves Jackaonville 9:40 p.
tu. running via- Sanrnrd, Kissiommee and
Lakl. arriving g at 'untsa Gorda 12:40
the following day, North bound. thick W
car leaves Punta Gorda' at 4:05 p. Uin ar-
riving at Jac ksonvile at 7:3o a. in
Parlor cdr Service liha also bren inaug-
urated between Jneksonville and It I
I'etersburg, leaving Jacksonville 10:0) a.
at., arrivIng at St. Petershurg at 10:34 p.
m. North bound, thin car leaves St.
Petersburg at 6-5 aR m., rrrivin aat JlIck-
sonville at 6:55 p. mu. i
The advailtage'of this service sill be
recpdi'y seen. All the cars referredil 1o r-
all I-Jpplied with buffet service.
Additional parlor car service sill be
placed in effect by the ('oaist LUie withl THI
change of schedule at an early chile

Air Line Railway
Schedule effective l)cDtetbcr 7, 1903.

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At The TOp at St. Feto*a's.
One needs to cllimb to the top of St.
Peter's to understand best how its
builders sought to overawe its beholdr
ers. Then the colossal proportions of
.every detail become apparent; theq one
may discover that the pen In the hand
of St. Mark Is s ng as a six foot
grenadler.- On approaching sthe row of
apostles which stald along the edge of
the root and which seem to the by-
stander In the street below of the size
of ordinary bumpn beings one will find
giganitto fgires whose eyes are as big
as men's heats and whose fingers vie
to sise with an athlete's forearm. The
root Is Indeed, a city In itself, for here
are rows of houses where the workmen
who are constantly employed In repair-
ing the cathedral have their homes. A
fountain supplies them with- water,
and their provisions are brought to
them on the backs of donkeys driven
up the broad and easy incline of the
An AA-lment ot the r*et.
Poetry is at last classified. The Wash-
ington Post tells a story of some chil-
dren whp were discussing the perfec-
tions and usefulnoa. ue their respective
"My father's the best man in the
world," said one little girl. "He Is a
minister. He makes people go to
"Mine Is the best," piped up another._
"He's a doe.oj .a ai pe
.wet-\"Vtf'y can go to church."
Three or four more enlarged upon the
benefit the world derived from their fa.
there, and It finally caine the turn of a
sweet, blue eyed little girl.
"My papa's the best of all," she said.
"HIe's a, poet."
"A lpetl" said another, joining the
group. 'Why, a poet sln't a profession!
It's a disease"



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o, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur.
Express, drawing room I'ullman sleeper between
SYork. via Richmond and Wasuington. Vestibuled
ville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
ay coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
n, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williftrd, Wannee and inter-
r with Early Bird branch.
sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
d Havana. Leave Port Tampa Sundays,. Tuesday and
s't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Pla.

le & Gulf R'w'y Co
able n Effect July 5, 1903.


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Under and by virtue of a decree of lore-
closure made and rendered on the u2th Connections for Palmetto
day of November, 1903, by the Hon. R. aiys. from (;ainesville.
M. Call, acting Judge of tU e Circuit Train No. 34, Seaboard a
Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, Tlamupai, Jacksonville and New
in and for Alachua county, in a certain day coaches between Jackson
chancery cause therein pending wherein car service from Jacksonville.
1-. P Dutton, John G. Nichols and iW. No. 66, Seaboard Mail, di
G. Robinson. partners and bankers trad- lacksonville and Washington
ing and doing business in Alachua county, Jacksoniville and New York.
Florida, under the firm name and style No. 55 connects at Stark
of H. F. D tton & Comnpany are coin- mediate points, and at Archer
plainants, arid lHill PrintIng Company, a Nos. 56 anid 57, Pullmana
corporation existing under and by virtue Stiamiers for Key West andl
of the laws of the State of t loridea, with rlnirsdas, :5 p. i.
ita principal office and place of business A. 0. MAclION E.L, Ass'
in Gailiesville, Alachua county. Florida, E. C COlill, Ticket Agent, f
and W. R. 'I homas are defendants, I, as
Special Master will sell at public outcry, -- --. -
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
before the front door, on West Main nil
Street, of the building in which the per- inesv I
sonal property hereinafter described is
located, in Gainesville, Alachua county,
Florida, on Monday the 4th day of Jan- T me Ta
unary, A. D. 1904, between the legal hours
of sale, the following described personal I
property situated i n Gainesville, Alechna No at No. 4. No. 0.
county, Florida, and being in the three uatly
story brick building known as the llauk- siceta Daily. Da
night building opposite and due west of c
thile old City Hotel, on Weat Alain Street,
occupied by the Hill Printing Company.
to-w t: The entire printing outfit of the LvP M. Lv Lv A M
Hill i'rinting Company, including print- *, .
Iug'plant entire, consisting of presses of H 4
every description and kind, type, type 8 i)
mah ines, type furniture aud press furn- a 1
iture and all other furnitureof every kind s W
and character including office furniture s
and fixtures and one number five(5) llab- 8 o
cock Optimus two revolution cylinder 8 M
press-except one Mergenthaler Lino- 9 5
type Machine, one writing desk, one roll 9 4nAr
top desk and the stock of stationary con 10 00 Lv 1 iv 45
listing of envelope, blotting paper, tag 11 M | 4 0
00 srA 7 V0
boards, paper and cards, -a OO 7 o0 7
Together with all and singular the sp- i (0 7 m1 Ar 7 411
pturtenances to the same belonginRg or in 7 R as
any wise appertaining Said property a 4 0
will be sold to satisfy said decree and ..... 1
coats, Terms cask. I 10 iI 10
Special Master. Ar r. M. Ar A. M. "Ar P M
In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial
Circuit, Alachua county, Florida. In
Susan M. ileatty )I
vs. Bill for Divorce. --
James S. Beatty )
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above stated cause
that James S. Beatty. the defendant T K T
therein named, is a resident of the TAKE Th
State of Florida that he bas been absent
from bis place of residence for more than
,sixty days preceding this order of publi- PFO R 7W LL
cation and is concealing himself so that
over the age qf twenty-one years; it is Dupont
therefore ordered that said resident or
defendant be and he is hereby required Jacksonville
to appear to the bill of complaint filed in
said cause on or before Monday, the 4t111
day of January, A. D. 4, otherwise
the allegations of said bill will be taken r
as confessed by said defendant.
It is further ordered that this order tbe
published once a week for four consecu-, Rapid Trans
ive weeks in the Gainesville Star, a
newspaper published min said county and Time Tabl
State. This December I. 1903. A true'
copy of original. Depart For
H. C. DNwroN, Clerk. [sEAr..] i
Per S. H. WmINGqs, D, C. 3:40 p m I
H. C. D ENTON, Daiy
Clerk Circuit Court, ]25ip m( Ocal
BY N. II. WINGES, Dairy -
H. (G. MAsoN, Deputy Clerk. 2:6 i
Solicitor for Complainant. Da I Pala
__ iS:.a t igth Spring

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