The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1904
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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Funded -a Most arm H oniious Session


H. H. Verger Made Eloquent
Address and Was Warmly
The final business session of the Grand
Lodge of Jilasons was held last night.
Yesterday was a busy day with the Ma-
sons, but there was not much that the
public is entitled to, or that th vy can
get The election of officers was the
most important business of tl-e day and
all the officers were re-elected with oue
exception, that of grand junior war-
desl. Tflas station was filled formerly by
Warme Tyler of Bartow. but his leath
having made the office vacant, Louils C.
Massey of Orlando was elected, and his
lustallation took place at the opening of
the afternoon session.
These ofces filled by appointment
were the same as last year.
In the forenoon Grand Orator II. S.
Yergerdelivered a very fine oration, and
he was voted thanks for its delivery.
HIowever4 as it was entirely extenipora-
ueoas It could not be had for publication.
The meeting session was given for the
first part to a meeting with Solomon
Lodge, No. ao, for exemplification of
world in the Master Mason's degree, after
which the final business session followed.
At 4 o'clock this afternoon the Mystic
Shriners will meet ia business session,
and at 7:30 there will be a meeting for
the initiation of a large class, the candi-
didates coming from all over the -tate.
They wilL-number between thirty ntul
forty. The night session will be folI
lowed by an elegant banquet.
M. W. Thomas M. Puleston, grand
master, Monticello.
I. W. Charles W. Johnison, diuputy
grand master, Jacksonville.
IL W. Elmer E. Hlaskell, senia.r
gran4 warden, Palatka.
R. W, Louis C. Massey, junior griamld
warden, Orlando.
R. W. Henry Robinson, grandI t a t.-
urer, Jacksonville.
R. W. Wilber P. Webster, granl -sec-
retary, Jacksonville.
OFpIacuaS APPOIN' ta).
W, H. 8. Verger, grand orator, I'er-
W. A. M. Cushman, grand miiarshal,
W. J. R. Keller, senior grmad deacon,
W. H. Glogowski, grand standard
bearer, Ocala.
W. E. P. Thagard, grand sword b-ar-
er. Ocala.
W. J. IH, Itichbourg, senior g.and
lteward, Crestyiew.
W. W. A, Parker, junior grand stew-
ard, Live Oak.
W. P. S. Thompson, grand pnrnu-
ivant, Quincy.
W. 0. H, Dorsett, grand tyler, Jack-
Phit district. J. M. Flynn. Pcnsa-

Second district. D. A. Robinson, Ma-

-hn district. George H. Ma-eball,
Fourth district. H. N. Sw :ting. Tal-
f1th District. John M. Caldwell,
White Springs.
SItth ditricL T. A. Fletcker, White
Seventh district. J. A. Iarris, Iake

hO t district. E. M. Bradley, Green

Mlatl pUrict. T. J. Hutchinuson, Jack-
T-itt district. William M. Cannon,
3ltaHth district. L. ', Pearce, A-

., ih d1sit Edward W. Davis,

Thirteenth distaqt. T. t. Warlow,
P Wltteimth district. Scott-Hodgkins,

PW iatrict. Benjamin David,

dairct. W. A. Archibald,

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So Was avidd tall vkaturday u-
Wat.res Convlctcd.
l vial ll.llI, thli" a -x-..-.1i1tm 1 t1i, ,it<
i gr', r i pt,.inhala-r sh. \-.i. tint'le, .l m |i.
(Iis I u i tt of tie ti.' uit iO lt itll i.l f. I
l.n IMa.i c ui rtl) fair selling wh it e" tllt
r t.- I' iIlit', .1111i u -jI,, i s '.ail' 1 to 4 lt
S.atit pris-in for a ittraL l il t gllt malnail th
was shaking l hiia s with friends in the
city Satrdlay. lie was en route back to
the prison camp from (icala, where lie
hail been cacied to testify ia the United
States court. He was in the custody oful
Sheriff I.. W. Fcnnell, and did the hanld-
shaking only en route from the depot to
the jail. There as another true bill
against hall, and he will probably enter
upon another term of service as soon as
his present term expires.
Gus Waters, who was also at one time
a negro preacher, and is under indict-
umeut in this county for selling whiskey
in a dry county, was convicted in the
United States court in Ocala Saturday for
selling whiskey without license. He was
sentenced to pay $roo aud serve three
months in the United States prison. Cams
is far above the average man of his race
an the nastier of intelligence, and when
the Republican party was in power int
Florida he was considered quite a poli-
tician. "The way of the transgreasor is
hard," and Hall and Waters have found
it out. When they again become free
men we trust they will be more law abud-
Both of these cases-and others pend-
ing-are old cases which were docketed
soon alter Alachua county went dry.
Those who desire to violate the law
against liquor selling in this county are
not now doing a very rushing business-
they have seen the "handwriting on the

Saw Letter In Star and Gives His
GauNasvia.a., Fla., Jan. 21, 1904.
EDITOR STAl": In a recent issUe of
the Star I saw' a letter and your com-
ments on the "Pool Room," which I
think are very timely, for it seems that
what is everybody's business is nobody's
business, and I am really glad that some
one has spoken on the subject, as I had
been thinking about it myself for some
I think It is one of the worst games a
young{ man can learn to play, for in so
many places we find pool tables in bar-
roaias only, and some young men Ior
whn, pnol hlas a fascination will go in a
bar-room for ano other reason than to
pl.i) pool. aid are tempted to drink or
get ito other trouble, and are often
ruinne-d simply because they learned to
play a social game of pool.
I tlink it is the duty of every good
citizen to use his influence against every
public as well as private evil. The child
of today is to be the father of the coming
man and thie children of today the pa-
rents of the fnture generations, sad what
is to become of the world if things are
allowed to go on at the present rate. Of
course we do not expect to revolutionize
the world, but every one should use his
or her influence for good. Parents should
make home more attractive and induce
the boys to atsy more at home. and great
good would be the outcome.
Very respectfully,

Kelley & MIxseq.
Mrs. I,. M, Kelley and bliss Leonora
Miasou have associated themselves
together, and opened an office over
Miller t%-Avera's store, where they
will carry on the business of stenography
and typewriting, and will give lessons 'in
short hand.
These ladies are two of Uainesville's
most excellent ones, and the Star be-
speaks for them a liberal patronage at the
hands of thaoi whoc want fArst-olam work
done promptly and at reasonable prices,
Their office hours are from 9 to 1 and
from 2 to 4.

Dr. Strouse Returned.
Dr. Clarence B. ttrouse, who conducted
an intereatLig revival meeting in Jack-
sonvill aIM We sk, has returned to the
c.ty. lacksonville people were highly
pleased with Dr. Strouse, and the daily
papers there gave extended notice sad
write-ups of the meetings. The Doctor
speaks in flattering terms of his recep-
tion by the people of our slater city, sad
thinks Jacksonville a splendid field for
evangelistsa't work I Pr Strouse will
vow get in-teadinem for the approaching
Bible conference.

Oianesvife tsclois.
Tbe -Gainevine schools are in excel-
leuteonditim. The superiateadeat and
ftculsaM aV tf the best nastertal to he
Iad a-ad they deserve enoiutOK-'41at.
the Gy a ritwdles should do all tat in
thesm is to remso eve ery stumbHin
blushean tUr s ow h9 ereatter be ta
thiso**r dd .4J4094h swho are iaodiod

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A Ihocate- of .\n iEarly irinl:lry
Were Vict0rious.


J. M. Barrs' Popularity Shown
-Times-Union Sick-Re-
marks on Men.

As \%ill be seen by the reports from the
State )eimaiciatic Executive Committee's
meeting tin Jacksonvil'e last Priday, the
advocates of ani early primary were vic-
torious. L'rantk Clark put in to oppose
J. M. It.arrs, but the Jacksonville papers'
report of th meeting (even the Times-
('nion's report) shows that Clarl' was
badly downed, while Barr*' popularity
was shown more plainly than ever before.
He got all he asked for, and the primary
even two days earlier than he asked for
it to be.
The results of Friday's meeting has
doubtless convinced the autl-Barra ahnd
Stockton folks that the howls that have
bren going up from them against Stock-
ton and Barrn and all others who favor
their candidacies have not borne the kind
of fruit desired by the corporation aggre:
nation. The Times-Union got so sick
that it lost its mind, and declared that the
effort to exclude from membership on the
committee such members as were candle,
date.. for office was only defeated by the
votes of such objected to candidates,
when, the fact is, had the candidates (six
In number) not voted at all, the TlweE-
Union-Clark effort to exclude Stocktou,
Berra and others from the committee
would have been defeated by two votes.
As the right prevailed it was defeated by
eight votes. But, of course, the mistate.-
ment by the T.-U. was only (?) an over-
The following are extracts from the
Jacksonville Metropolis' report of the af-
Judge Raney was gently roasted for
changing his position on'certain questions,
but he took all of the criticism good na-
J. M. Caldwell, the acknowledged ene-
my of the primary system, distinguished
himself by remaining absolutely quiet.
His silence was painful-to OCadwell.
Chairman Willasms has announced the
.campaign committee as follows: A. W.
Cockrell, Duval;. W.-L,. Palmer, Orange;
F, J. Farnakle, Putnam; J. D. Calloway,
Columbia; J. mminett Wolfe, Becambla.
Chairman Williams and Secretary Crane
are members, by virtue of 'their position
on the State committee. N,
Koonce, of Sumter, failed to make an
Impression, but he was determined to be
heard, even if several members did leave
the hall. They thought he was Joking
when he advocated a late primary.
Frank Clark got it "in the neck." His
defeat before the committee was severe.
but be says he will carry the war into the
Congressional committee. Clark's ap-
peal was eloquent and pathetic, but thd
committee couldn't ee it his way.
Bares succeeded in having that "aui.
mal" drink at the early primary fountain.
iudge Raney was very much Interested
In the debate regarding members staying
on the committee while inning for opice.
The early primary advocates worked
the scheme, and even secured the services
of Maj. Healy in working for the date
they had agreed upon, but, the major did
did not know it.
The June and Jply primary advocates
knew when to jump into the baed wagon.
The campaign is now on in earnear,
and the fur will fly.
To his credit be it said that as soon as
Frank Clark met his Waterloo in the
committee, he at once withdrew and
Haynes Lewis, who bad given himn a
proxy, resumed his duties as a member.
Bar was often referred to as "the
daddy of thepririe," by his political.
enemies on the committee.

In the United States Court.
Jerry Hunter, Christopher Driggers'
Boyd Scarborough and Lack Scarbor-
ough, all of Crystal River, charged with
violating section 42 of the Revised
Statutes. entered a plea of guilty before
the United States court yesterday morn-
ing. IAttleton B. Black, also of Crystal
RJver, was put upon trial for violating
the ameteatt ts wd- hand guity.
Re mat defended by Mr. U. W. Davis, of

w the mM aUenesi sad engd pglty.
Re wa- defended by Mr. Rhbert 3. [nvat
of GaOlnesyll- as leaner, aa. .

Pi5 St fltty'9.

A .be lamidnigt

for Afteeast Ms, sd mow I wVaid lLs to

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C~~~boai dollplu ft

Life's Littse Dleias.
It may a', doubted i It la within the
power of any one man, however great
andl x)werful nand gifted, to change the
current of tlie world's iaffilr,. but there
sla ascnrcly any onae who will contend
that clvillalatioin woild not advance. the
world become wltter and life for all
grow mor-e bonutiful It each cititeni
would iperfornm the saiplae and appar-
ent duty which l h can justly do.
There la one sure way of reformingff
tho world, and Mliat Is for each person
to contribute tale mite. Kansas City

Theb Plreaelseis aatsd the Groeer.
Phrenologlst-Ilere sla a man out of
his proper sphere. lis head betokens
high Intellectual and spiritual qualltIes.
yet he la spending his time behind a
grocer's counter. SIr (to the grocer), I
wish to ask you a question. lHave you
any naspratloins-
Oriacr (enlllng to clerk)-John, have
we any nspliratlons?
Clerk--All out, sir; lave soine in the
last of the wqek.-Kansian City-Journal.
Ckenelmust e.
Brigna-It's too bad about Winkle
and the gIrl he Is-engaged to. Neither
of them In good enough for the other.
Grlgia-What makes you think that?
"Well, I've been talking the matter
over with both famtlies."-IJfe.

Hons. Robinson, Chubb and Cushman
are Highly Honorgd.
.\ I11 t recent Repliblic:ai -conventionf at
St .l Aii s'l ar, tlir'e jirou ineiiie GaiIts.
ville Republic.,,is were highly honored
as will lie seen lay the folloAing:
lio:in W.iler (;. Riobiianson, chairman ol
the Republican Congressionial Coanunittlee
of the Secondt district was not only re-
elected for a third term, but was also
elected as a delegate to the National t Co-
Hon. Henry S Cihubb, chaiintan ot
the State Central Committee, who lass
already served two terniis in a very ac-
ceptible ina.aner, was re-elected for a
third terna.
liou. A. M1. Cushlnimai, a prouiitntttt
citizen of Gainesville for many 3 ears and
a prominient Mason., received the nonn-
ilaation as a presidential elector.
Messrs. Robinson and Chlubb are two
of the mott prominent Republicans in
the State. They would make splendid
Democrats if they could be prevailed
upon to see the error of their way apd
"get right;" but even as Republicans
their popularity with the administration
and their devotion to Gainesville's inter-
ests, make them valuable and desirable
citizens. 'Mr. Cuslman has never fig-
ured as prominently in polities as have
Messrs. Robinson and Chubb, but he has
a long head and an eye to business, and
will be able to cast with perfect ease and
dignity the vote of title electoral dis-
trict for the Republican candidate for
President in the unlooked-for event such
an act on his part should become neceS-
airy, as a result of a RepubHican victory
in the Second district.

Notice -People and Candidates.
The people who read the Star dur-
ing the present political campaign in
Florida, are hereby notified that
there will, from time to time; appear
in the paper natter advocating some
candidates whoan the editor is not
supporting, and for what is said in
such communications the editor will
not be responsible. Over political
communications-whether advocat-
ing the candidates of our choice or
not-may appear either the word
"Communicated" or "Contributed,"
as the contributor desires. We be-
lieve that no candidate should be de-
nied a hearing in any newspaper, but
we believe, also, that no paper should
be expected to devote its apace to the
interests of any candidate entirely
free to such candidate.
Candidates for county commission
er, school board and tinor offices,
ran have their announcements in-
serted in tSae Star until after the sec-
ond primary for 83.50 each, and all
other candidates-County, State and
Federal-for $5.Oo each, provided,
however, the announcement does not
occupy more than three inches space
(in breviere type) and cash accompa-
nies copy for announcement. Any-
thing in addition to the three Inch
announcement will be charg-
ed extra, except our editorial support
which we reserve the right to bestow
according to our own liking, and for
which no charge will be made.
Any candidate, whether favored by
the Star or not can have as much
spice in the paper as he will pay for,
and our rates will be made known .
on application. Friends of any can.
didate who may desire space in these
columns for the purpose of advoeat-
ing his favorite, or favorites, may se-
cure space at the saoe special rates,
but be it known to all. that we are
not doing a "credit busines "--the
cash must come with the matter to
be published.
A ood Time Promised.
The supper, under the ausples of the
Helping Hands of the Pmsbyteriou
church, will be given on Wednesday
night January 7yth. Oysters, rost pig,
turkey, cake, and See home-made candy
will be served, at the Opera House.

Brooklys. N. Y., April at, '9p
Dr. 8. I. Giddingp,
Dear gir:-Will yo knladly laferms see
by return sall if ye. ear aend year 5ea.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(TradeMark) sad ifM so I wiN sed yoe
a postal note for the ems. Please laform
me the amount of postalge if It can be
When tIn Florida the winter of 3897
and '6 I used eve bottles if the twiaty.
Ave cent e and p.qdeesl a s$lee glowthl
of hair the it head bet atteilr IitA

Try Pagan's market for best mteats.
Attorney J. M. Rivers is transmiotin
legal business* in Jasper.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owe
Lloyd's Dye Works.' Tuly 14, i
Attorney W. S. Broome weut to Stark
on legal business Saturday.
W. L. Hill has returned from a bus
ness trip to points in Georgia.
P. M. Colson returned Friday front
business trip to various points in Wea
Sheriff L. W. Fenaell went to th
phosphate mines Saturday to carry somi
Col. C. C. Thoams and Mr. J. B. Mo
Donald departed yestcrd ay for New Vork
where they will spesdl several days on
business. -
W. S. Moore, Hlawthorn's popular hotel
man, was transacting business in Gaines
ville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, of Aurora, Ill.
are guests of Mr. andI Mrs. Hud-
son, this city.
M. Foreman, a prominent citizen of
Wade, was transacting business in the
city Saturday.
Several prominent Masons of this city
attended the Grand Lodge in Jackson-
ville last week.
Postmaater George J. Arnow went to
Ocala Friday to attend the United states
Court as a witness.
Eider C. Matheson filled his regular
appointment at the Presbiyterlan church,
High Springs, 'unday,
Suprlnateadent J. M. Gullaems, ofa
East Florida Seminary, made a business
trip to Jacksonville Saturday.
If yes want meboy to abuy r build a
he ONr fleret fore

Mees. Alek .Aver, P, A. Ruhl anad
others returned Satarday from Ocala,
where they had been attending a session
of the United States Court.
In our absoe department we find *'t1
* tml to fit feet, and we know node-
eat, for or stock Is complete. L.A, C.
,1. J: Cone, Raleigh; J. A. Meulfby,.
Oanrpvlle; J. C. Newberry, High Springl.
and I, D. Williams, Fort White. wore
amosg the business radeactors lin this
city Priday..
U it Is Job pnuasng you wantJ mst send
yoursrder to the star. It i a have
=romfs attention, and work mad price
A1 salt you. f
'Mime Alma Osteef, popular young
lady of High Spriag piNed through the
ety ftistday aftewaea, on seAte to
vpanao, where he ideaddtlsg very
eses 60fl heek1

do eweriek.

MW, a"d Mm. A, W. M. tsaoid Ye
ows .lA *q0& 1510 AhadW W**hen
m t* w -Mr. McDo*ald
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Plitiee[ Cannouneements.. :

AunoneL-Met under the above head,
of reasonable length, will be publisl ed in
each and every isue of the Twicit-A-
WInKc STAR from now until the canm-
paign is over for 05 for each announce.
tuent. THm CAMR Mouat aegompany the
copy for each announcement. Announce-
ments at this price must not contain
more than TWIMTY LIWMa, including
head mald signature,

Clerk CirMult Cnt.
To the IDemocrats of Alachua County:
As the State Executive Committee
have selected tlie toth of May for holding
our Primary Election, I hereby aanouce '
Myself as a candidate for the poeldta of
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alaches
county, anti I solicit not only the vote,
but the support of my friends to secure
my election. If elected, I promise to
performnthe duties of the office faithfully
and fully. I make this promise knowing
thorougihly what those duties are, They
have already been learned by experience,
and I truat that all Democratic voters
may consider my appeal In making their
Resiectfully. Wro

Clerk Ciroult Court.
IFellow Democrats of Alachua county:
I hereby antiounce mysllt a cnndahlte
fur Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachui
county, subject to your action in the
Drimocratic Primary. I solicit thle aup
port of- all Democrets, and if I am elected
I prounie to discirale the duties of the
office to the very best of asy ability.
To the Voters of Alachua county :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary,
If elected, I pronmla to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best ofmy
ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at the polls.
e ctful. C. llaouK.

County Superintendent.
I hereby announce myself a cadidat.
for the office of Superiltendeadent a
Public Instruction of Alachna county
subject to the action of the Dem Ocrat
Primary, and respectfully solicit the sup
port of all democratic voters.

Mrs. W. P. Pierson and her accom.
polished daughter, Miss Minnie, of Iex
ington, Va.. are guests of the family o
Mr. J. H. Jarvis, and will probably re
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Kaufmann House

February 4th





Guaranteed. I

Jmhsnvili Nat ,al
The New Traveler Hotel, X.L W. W iA
sistan manager, ita the pae UM
when you so to Jackoe vlle. a ...'
room, good abl fan,, reasonable a ,
and centrally located--u Baaret V ./
buslneM, center. Mr. Cam pbell Is
Waldo, Alacha County, ad[ it wil t -
ford hiM pleea re to treat alcely people
from hi hame eseaty whea they gate
When youe to JackomMvle ai4 wt
able cost, inqUliefor th
tel," and when you so t tGree
Springs stop at the ivenlde Betel, "
which Mr Hanicock is also proa l 9tor

The undenrIlgned having been appointed
admlnitrator of the estate ofMr A.
L. Strngftlllow, deceased notice is er
by given that creditors, M ee or dis-
trihuta and all ens having slams

or demands a-to'J t a Mid Mtaf t
t such cInm within euew
l bu by law. All persma nm t to ,.
said estate will please pat amowab to
the undersigd. L x
a. L. Sf lNGMaVLOW,
Adgnisbtrmtor etate MrS. A. L. 6tWi" t
fellow. .
Prefssioa. .


mqin liere until after the Bl COUl, oni ,,. C. THOMAR,
S **King duality" Shoes for Men at.$3 .5oIgr
$4.o t ao SS.oo, are a osbtastion Gaesviue, -. r
style, Anish, perfect t, coaltferd andextre Opposite Brown Houseae.
long wear. J. D. Matoeson, Sole Agent. 'Phone No. 97. '
Don't fall to attend the Helping Hands e .N
supper at the opera house on Wednesday
night, January 27. They will serveoye- CHRxIYOPIZn MATHHBON,
terms, baked pig, turkey, etc. Cake and
- Iome made candy ian abundance. ATTol9NV AT AW, .
Four county caudidatee have sanoun- GOineeville, iida
* ced-W. C. Hague for sheriff, lamuel iH.
* Wienges and J. M. Dell for olerkof the Offe In Miller's Law Ezhbane.
circuit court, and 1. 0. Kellum for-
county superintendent of public lastra-o. n
don. tL 0
ome In and took over or China de. ....
partinent, se d door. We have a ithe
plete line of China, gl ssware, ln Hos O.f re
and toilet sets. We cua nve yeou eebq -
and yet give you the best that nuoeye O fe .
buy. L. C. mith.. lan,
We want the uame and postofce ad- QamO g 511
dress ot every white democratic voter la e Imm S n t
AlUchu county who b not geptnla tie rW Ouq -LAnd .AdtSM "4'
TwieeaWeek Star. Write a postal A T
eard, and write name and poUileet. wAn s & T
dress plainly. t. i
Our-u' 'lu ross" rubber heel ishon fem P .
ladles are the shoeafor eom id o ,
shoe department wOl And Y f ou 0 a1o L" f S h
ble line of dresa O at retsonlble pi "
ces. L. 0. Smith., --- -l '" '''
Mr. P. H. Reynolds, of Ashvilloe, H. C., T
arrived in te city yetes ay. Mr. Rey-
nolds has been henseveral weeks. To.
day Mr. Reynolds and histbrothera.l.law,
Mr. W. 1. Braymi, will make a buianeas
trip to Tem -.s.
in o.r J ,e amengmt we have the i:W VLL .
ntdA V the hAnd On'rt&assort-
ina sofjuewelry sob.fe1 a anyw(here inI
town. Aay taie ma yb suit -a-
fancypletsed. L. miti.

Mr;. imas teeie,; a highly respected
citizen of Oale spent last night aIn the
city, guest of Mr. L. W. Jackson. Prom
hei Mr. tevrene will go to High Sprisp,
where be will visit the family of hie so n,
Mr. N, C. Stevens.
If Y i hai s becoming thin try G ld-
tU leled Uai Glower. ,

will O s as0 me0 00y 9

eutasfe tawo l wb *;

mere S apseI to arrti I 'V
.ew day .
Q e 'Is
Uw. e ,r- o.f"**i R i ~ l B




maoesh to Kill.
Doctor-I see what the matter Is. Its
dyspepsla. All you have to do Is to
laugh heartily before and after each
ire. Binks--Impossilble. I get them
myself and wash the dishes.
A soest seolety.
Mabel--A lot of us girls have estab-
Itshed a secret society, Jack.
Jack-What are the objects of It?
Mabel-Why, we moot together and
tell secrets, of course.
ramey Ceontrlsosn.
Tom-My father's so tall ho cnn look,
over the garden wall.
Jack-bo can my father-with his hat


S;Li tt

%rIfuu-mwrI of ML o I

Cream o News.
0|ll I 0f t ri nMM Iw More Optimistit FT
". o S ujriportant YOfM t garding War S1i

Wake ot TerUnder a deci ofJudg H. PEACE ADVOCATE

clonee in North Laplin, in the superior court at At-
IC *l I OJaa, a laborer. oassot w&Ave Oemp-
laba i tion from garlnshment la Georgia. Latest Phase of $1tuetl
Alabalma. This decision, It Is bugleved, will tend that Russias l About
Sr limt L. eLpgatl I of money sharks. Accede Japansee. D
-The Georgia state text book com- Averting a Coaf
[ i n Ii0b. throa1g' h Governor Terrell Is-
i'aues statement In answer to charges
[" VILlLISI IWRR relecttang on.the commission's method A Washington special
9tettlpg contracts for school books. the first time 14 weeks S
-Dougherty county. ,Ga., commls- has become hopeful that
STle 01111't aloners have ordered compulsory vac- the outcome of negotiate
o'i'twn iin -l Coillt, cnatlon. .-.. ...

.is Literially Vipod 11' 1 lie

MNlp- oilthl List Tit i

'Twen r-Eiglit .

The most dliastrnuui cyclole that
ever bwecpt uter northern AlabagaIs

-The loss by fire at. Marletta,
aO., on Wednesday morning, sl esti-
mated at $112,000. .
-Tho Florida republicans held their
state convention In St. Augustina
Wednesday Candidates for congress
and delegates to the national conven-
tion were selected, but .no state tick-
et was named. The national delegates
go uninstructed.
cm. L--1 --- .. .



Visited Moundvllle, a towu of 30)0 I -General tepnen u. LoW, cum-
Y abitans, Friday luriulg o Pe s. issues a circular relative to the move-
nta, as a result, tweCiy-elght persons men to erect a monument to the late
S vcero M*llad.asnd more third oneo hu- General John B. Gordon.
iro4, lk1., Band eopry busueas house -A lawless gang of men are causing
SWth the exception of a small drug terror among the negroes of Washlug-
.: tore, w. completely d.trdyed.. ton county, Ala. Some of them were
T a cycon struck te ty from served with notice to leave the coup- I
S The cyclone struck the rity from ty t once
d i deathantI ty at once.
S southwest, dealing doatl and d- -After a conference between repub-
'truction es it made its path through lican senators and Secretary Hay it
SI.-ta town. The path of the cyclone has been decided to vote down all
V'wV a.-.qmartwr of a. mile wide. amendments to the Panama treaty.
Where once stood the business por- iocrertas Hay warned thm senators
tton of the town, tne depot and the that further delay might Induce Pan-
i dwellings, tlher were found scores ama to try a hold-up game'on the
.,'t ol angled cattle, liogs, horses and United States.
suffering humanity. o bhorrlble was -In the trial of Machon and others
'i., the scene tha t It is mposalble ti deo for alleged grafting Wednesday, the
Sit: rlbe the suffering and deptructlot." government was. hampered by the
S Persons word blown hut4dris. of court refusing to admit certain letters
i -t0tt,from their beds In the blackness and testimony bearing on the case.
t night. Through terror, a father, *--Seven thousand acres of land have
.ioJTther npd three children fled fim purchase 9A, line of the
X.telr home to seek refuge1, *Ad 1 2 har purorhaseQ A ,9,1 line of the
r home to seek ruge outhqrn railway In Washlington -coun-
Sthfl r excitement left a a on which .- seteers
It obed. When morningme ber ibe established.
pulled from, beneath some timber.' and llh
Iull fart trombon possible to find any -.Paliama was debated in the senate
Oth f er of the faly. it is osWednesday. Mr. Patterson bitterly as.
Bedding. oarpets shbd wearing appa- sailing the course of the presldenLt
Share atLpred ditqnce of ten Mr. Platt, of Connectleut, replied to
Kls through what was a forest, but Mr. Patterson.
I t I foW as clear as If It had been --pecretary of State Hay has left
Sft iiLyth woodman,'a ax. Washington for Thomasvllle, Oa..
':'.,5illht esa were tarn to splAlterd, where 4 -will recuperate. The secre-
ot*, trioka from. them being hurled tary denies that he will leave the cab-
:dudMrds of feet from bhe Track. inet
The dlopof; the hotel, ware houses. --Fire In the Grand Palace hotel,
4! ,, il,:ry Io~qs, the atore houses Chicago, came near resulting in the
-I'-Oupl6d by R. L. Griffln, A. W. Wit- cremation of many chorus girls.
.gi2 g &. Son, W. J. Domenlolk, A. D. -The house passed the Hepburn
it hllBn and W. P. Pilfer, together with pure food bill by a vote of 101 to 68.
1 th.elr stocks, wore completely destroy- e tndlate that the out-
d aWlersle..eiUey stoold-lIs pon which look In the Far East is more peaceful.
o finad Oven the pillary upon which
Ev erything seems to Indicate that Rnu
e strct s hehi eeed tea is seeking a way In which to back
SBales of cotton, which were stored down and concede the demands of Ja-
-1'4Ift warehouses, wore torn to atoms,a.
.it tragmentse of lint lodgrig In trees, pan.
,'q.3iknEg It appear as If that section -It is rumored that President
',ad bepn vlsftcd by a snowstorm. Charles A. W1ckersham of the Atlanta
.HIeavy Iron eafes woro carried by the and West PoQt and the Western of
storm, the doors of which were torn Alabama, has been offered the place
f rom their hi ngs. of general manager of the Central of
Hlundrods of Inhotelos Iqrhuns, bus- Georgia, succeeding the late Theodore
'' ands without wlviH, wives without D. Kline.
inusbands, chllllren without parents. -John M. Barnes, United States
ial without food or raulmenl, are wring- marshal for the southern district of
SIng their hrand in despair. Georgia, says he is willing to give up
;,- The following is a list of the white his Job and become chairman of
Persons killed: N. P. Seymour, of the republican state central commit-
1;: Nashville, Teun, who accepted his po. tee to keep the party from going to
ittion as operator at the railroad sita the dogs.
9L tla only the evening before; A. II. -0. A. and 0. r. Knightlo, of Ran-
'Warren,- of t1n11 am; .J. Hj Red- dolpb county, Ga., have been bonnd
r.oWnd, su ppnrte4tt a ol 1 p.a.dplang over to the United states court at
station frisrasnvIlile; R obC'i Pow- Columbus under bonds of 11,000 each
: oera, of Tuscaloosa; aliss Netlie Far. on charges of peonage.
l. -The committee of clUitieas of Br-
The negro dead are: W. N, Mles. tol, Va., has elered the city council
*.lfe a A stx children; AThert Holston of an Irregularity In the sale of bonds
.wifse adA -tlree children; Lke Rolston, to the Domineon NatUonal bank, of
S'itrfe aind three' chil.ren. Fivwo bother which one or the councilmen Ts prTml-
uipeglroos. yet uiaidenttfied ent
The following is a artial lis olf th he b-T ig Chicago packing houses
O irtIOUSy!I Woeutrd whlal hrpeople: Mrs'.
Serll R wo unded white rple: Mrs.t have bought a million acres In south-
3'w" -eA. ,tt R n. G. Mr. rn e Alabama and northern Florida for
Sce G iMn, A.B. lthe purpose of establishing a great
srs. Farley. Mr. Galley. Mrs. Gally, feeding ground In the sontheat.
I.i.rs. F. T. Galley, Mr. Early, Mrs..
McCanet.. I -Joulallle grain dealers are eek-
SThe names or the injured negroes Ing to hare t ilroa tBs reo
ha not yet beern procured. I1 cent terminal charge, which they
ge not yebe prourshed ound l works a hardship against them
iota1 T ab iaef to southern sad gulf
,taIie tlinjur-l --'The Miaueslpprl boue ni b voted
_f t ~the smae appropriation, $1,600,000, lor
Ds Daje lieo" lrrtingham. public schools, In addition to whinh
A l3lrmlulxgam ppecial says: I'l< 'the po0l tae.w"ill be retainti In many
.oItorm was the fiercest since the ti coute .. .
1p O thre hearse atgo, and came noaWe ly, P at a -meeting f basl-'
i te same direction. No lived niess people ta Mw Orlbans says nat.
Oiere lost. btt btheIe was eonalderasbe rural condltiol, P1t mIanipulatlon, caus-
istruotn ofr piuoprty. edcoton to aeWce; that the world
.1TItajir*Ix .4IUsiLDg n at NIttli Dir- is losing more aId that a crop of lI.-
reA ,rl -recli0ol m ost ly 00.000 bales ( A ertcan cotton would
ial bme6 oeite4 y u.-groes. .bring good oieha.
S' -The Westef Union Telegraph
: ~f~il A HOUSEG CAT. -Company has grne into the federal
,',' S i t '4 I' ktld yort want to courts to prevent the Ilcense taX of
I 1 r teo bdh, if shy--will lhvu twenty-.veo Meontipet mile ox wire laid
o PU at full, fac t by NorthICaroultla.
^ iW ,^ ur, ~1l 'and a bcll de- -Senator oHan, fI an terrlew at-
( eo top of the Iecai,. 'ittsburg, ay' he bhas aet oat ,.000
the eaei. betol.enlng gooni na- personal letteys dIyinIg that he tg *
jl. '-"A 6leeptl t tUat purrs a good candidate for tha preeldegely 'athat
l !tapt todl > lajuJ *P4 tgotd na- he does not want toe ooaSI4deGdMa
d. ." ,., "r 8such; that he wil IhsiO t ftJI.ll to
SvmeaoLs to ba,, d 1s the tepublian nratlBona) 4xvIss -n t
,,'1shuarp dnolr'le twiltch- a few days. .' :
A iteoti mouacttr '00- -A pitched battle iheia1h- the ol8t*
i tie or destraiblr pilt.' A l- 55sn Of lMountain pi Sn iRn ,
good cat will catch kt, .dkltahoma. resulted I
ii.ly 1 ./Idmg serionsly shoL *
ai--and prtobably ke h of gI)
e*inn--in the care i 4Kth
b', tt~o i,' ,
., --A n
.-_.'L ', '

Beling Re-


Ion Indloates
It..ly to

say : For
dcretary Hay
peace will be
iois between
1- 11.. i.


t:' C

eussi and JapaU. ne oases nis
lopes upon the indications that the
peace party 's in the ascendant at St.
Petersburg, and he sees hope that
Rusia will practically come to Japan's
erms. He places hie hippes principal-
ly upon Witte, whom he regards not
nly- the best pdsted, but the safest of
the czar's advisers, and who Is strong-
ly for peace.
This more hopeful view on the part
of the secretary of late sa regarded.
highly significant in WashlngLon.as up
to the present time he haa believed
there was no peace In sight, even af-
ter the peace talk 91 the esar bhlmselL
it Is assumed that his latest advices
from s. Peterabuurg have led Iilm
to put greater faith in the promises of
peace, showing that the Witte-Lams-
dortf Influence sl In the ascendant,
That be should feel able to leave
Washington. at. this time Is taken as
evidence of his belief that there Is no
crisis immediately In sight, and that
the trend Is toward peace.
In the absence of further advices
from Seoul, the state department olt
dials believe condittons are growing
better at the Korean capital..

Hold State and Congresslonai DiOtrlol
Convention In St. Augustine.
The republicans of Florida held
their state convention and the con
vaption for each congresslonal dietricl
in St. Augustine Wednesday.
Joseph A. Lee, collector of Internal
revenue, presided over the state con
ventlon. This convention left the
question of putting out a state ticket
to the executive committee. D. N
Combs, Joseph E. Lee, Henry 8. Chut
and M. 8. White were selected as dele
gates to the national republican con
The first district convention nomi
nated R. .Gunby for congress and
selected G. W. Allen and H. W. Chan
dier as delegates to the national repub
llcan convention.
In the second district J. N. Chenu
was nominated for congress by accla
nation, and G. W. Robinson and F. S
Harris were chosen to represent the
district In the national conventlen.
L. M. Wbre, the lone republicans i
the legislature, was nominated fo
congress In the third district, and W
H. Northrop and C. P. Buffam wer
elected as delegates to the nations
The state and congressional delta
gates to the national republican con
ventlon were divided equally,between
the races.


Rev. Elwood to Be Tried for Inciting
Mob at Wiltogton, Delaware.
The New Castle Presbytery a.(t Do
ver, Delaware, has decided to try Rev.
3. A. ilwood, of WLlmlngton. on
charges In connection with the preach-
ing of a ermon by him last June. en-
titled Shbould the murderer of Helen
Bishop be lynched?" The trial will
take place In the Presbyterlan church
at New Castle on February 2.
The compDUJat against Mr. Elwood Is
that he delivered a sermon at Wil-
mlngton, which it le altleg so worked
up the people that the next night a
mob gathered, stormed -the work-
house, took out George White. the col-
ored man who colfLeaed to assaultlun
and murdering Helen Bishop, 8/d
burned him aL the stake.


*moke from Copper Works Basis for
Important Proceedings.
Attorney General John C. Hart. of
Georgia, is busily engaged preparing
the suit which the state Is to file
against the state of Tennessee for
damages done by thhe Ducktown cop-
per works to Georgia property.
The sult will be one of the most
Important ever filed In the Unite.l
States. It will be filed direct with the
United States supreme court, that be-
ing the court of original Jurisdiction
In damage suits between states.
The fumes from the Ducktown fur-
naces are said to kill all vegetation In
Georgia near the place. The furnace-
are located near the line ,and'tho
smoke commission appointed by Gov-
ernor Terrell by direction of the Geor
gia legislature report that thousands
of dollars of damage has bean done
to the Georgia property.
The question was taken up with
Governor Frazier. of Tnnessee. by
Governor Terrell., but the chief execu-
tive of Tennessee report that he had
no power to stop the Dncktown com-
pany from oporatlng,. and it was then
that Governor Terrell determined to
take the matter into the courts


Further Detaill of Latest Cateastephe
In Unlusky Johnstown.
As a result of the beakling of a
governor belt, allowing an ImmenSe
flywheel to fin away and burst, ln the
Cambria Steel Company's No. 2 mill
early Thursday, three men are dead,
three 'are fatally injured and six are
more or lees severely woutlled.

SIx MIlnra Lose Lives In avern.
In a cavern at the Midway coal
mine at Rouse, Colorado. asix c'nere
lost their lives Thursday.


Finatelel Makaets and steoek Bound
Upward In Japanese Capital.
A special from Toklo, Japan, under
data Ot Japuary Slat, says: The
growing belief that a peaceful settle-
iment of e*stwin -Internatiloal d11.
tnlUe will pvetually lbe attalned has
-rs~4 to Streagthen the ptaaneilal
.m~aPtz and ttools are advancing oa
the loeal atoMage.


athi Ii ... Pm nth Ap nuel Corn-

annpll cPnten lo of
s Woh a Amer ot ca
.. MNaday. with ap.
eiegaeaa, Brief i a

Secretary of State Leaves Washington
For Balmy Air of.Thomaqvllle.
A WDahlngton special says: Secre-
tary Hay left Wednesday evening for
Thomasvllle, where he will be a guest
at the home of Colonel Oliver Payne
tfr some days. Before leaving be
took occasion to enter a positive do
nial to certain newspaper otorles
which have Indicated the probabillll
that he would not resume active du.
Sties a ssenretary of state, but would.
resign from the cabinet. These rep-
reentatlons, It seems, grew out of a
'"tement that his stay In' Georgia
will be Indefinite.

Kentucky Demoorats Invite German.
The Kentucky senate, Tuesday, con-
curred na the house Jolnt resolution
extending an Invitation to Senator Ar-
thur P. Gorman to address the legis-

McLaurin and Money Re-Eleated,
United States Senator A. J. Me-
Laurin and H. D. Money were elect-
ed to succeed themselves by the Mis
sisalppi legoplature Tueesday.

Stel Trust Leea Isavly byl FIres
Itd Shelby Oinie0 P6lant.
the UnIted Statl 8rtd l Corpora-
tiea utaIetld San Indefintte loe by
5r tat Wdneaday nfht at the plant
g b~Ihu ateet Tube Csepany, at



Dae Hundred.ppaed Fiflr Olsr Have
Narrow Iesape #or Their Livpe
at Oresberao North arollna,

A special fromn-'reonubr%, N.. 0,
aY;s. Fre at the .ta S Normal CoI-
leoge, disoovre iIn the kltohess of the
building devoted to dining room, laun-
dry, l0oU4r room, 4old storage and
heating plant, destroyed that building
and the large tur-.atory brlok dor
1itory nearly it 4 o'clock Thursday
In the firstalSuldlna were rooms for
one hundred and fifty girls and the
dornatory proper and two hundred
from all parts of the state. Every soul
was saved..
Fire was discovered by the watch-
man at 4 o'clock, breaking out of the
room of the kitchen. With rare pres-
ence of mind he, before giving the
alarm, went up and down the building,
having girls awakened and a corps of
assistants put to work at rescue, be-
fore giving the.general alarm. by this
means there was no panic, every
young lady preserving wonderful pres-
ence of mind.
The fire alarm was sounded at 4;20
and the fire companies made quick
work, getting there, a mile from quar-
ters. It was Imipossble to do more
than save other buildings.
There were several hairbreadth os-
capes and much excitement among
the girls, but at no time anything ap-
proaching a panic before al were res-
cued. Two girls in the fourth story
who had been overlooked were awak-
ened and realizing their situation, they
rushed on their rescuer, knocking him
down, and was in the act of leaping
from a window In terror, when he pull-
ed them back and carried them both,
Struggling, safely to the first landing.
when aid succeeded In getting them
safely to the ground.
One hundred and twenty-five of the
girls lost all their clothing. It was a
weird sight at 6 o'clock to see five
hundred girls, many of them trembling
with cold, lightly clad, some with one
shoe, and scattered over'hbe lawn were
t trunks and furniture, while the fire
was roaring in the buildings containing
Many precious belongings.
Street car companies tendered the
free use of cars and Mte hotels gave
t IPnvation to breakfast. Every girl
accepted the Invitations.
A meeting was held at 10 o'clock
" Invitations from homes In the city
e poured in, enough to accommodate
t twice the number of those burned out
S Another dormitory building will he
b able to accommodate one hundred and
" twenty-five extra girls at once. The
Scollage will not close. President M-
Iver so assured the assembled citl
- ens and students.
d Insurance polletes are held by State
- Commissioner Young, at Raleigh, It
' being impossible to state tho exact
loss. Arrangements will be made at
r once to coatnune school. Tfe over.
- nor and board of directors are ex.
- pected to take steps for rebuilding.

A apodial from San Luls Oblspo,
Cal., states that train No. 9, which
left that town at 10:40 Wednesday
night for San Francisco, was. robbed
of the express safe on Questa grade,
about six miles to the northeast.
Messenger Sullivan, In charge of the
express car. had occasion to leave the
car west of Tunnel No. 6, and return-
ing later found the door burst open
and the safe gone. The safe is said
to have contained about $80,000.
As soon as notified officers went to
the scene In search of the robbers.
At the office of the Wells-Fargo Ex-
press Company no Information regard-
ing the robbery could be obtained. It
was admitted that the sale of Messen-
ger Sullivan had been taken during
his temporary absence from the car.
but regarding the details ot the affair
the officials were reticent. The report
that the amount taken aggregated
about $80,000, was denied and the
statement Is made that the contents
of the purloined safe were of little
value. No definite figures were given.
The engineer, so the report says,
pulled up at the sight of a red light
displayed as a danger signal when the
-trainmen were overpowered and the
robbers forced an entrance Into the
express and mall cars.
At the office of the Southern Pa-
elfic, in San Francisco, tiEe only Infor-
mation received was to the effect that
the train known as section No. 2 of
the Sunset Limited, had been robbed
by bandits who had taken the safe
from the express car weighing 200
pounds and thrown it off the car.

The express messenger, T. Sullivan.
had two cars to look aftcr, and short-
ly after the train left San Luls Oblspo
and while It was nearing San Mar-
-querote, be discovered the loss of the
safe. He had been working In the
forward express car and as soon as
he went to the rear he made the as-
tounding discovery that the safe had
been wrenched from the-corner of the
car, where It had been secured by
heavy steel bare, and carried away.
The messenger Immediately gave the
warning. The train was stnpporl and
word was wired along the line to
look out for the robbers.
The safe was found Thursday In the
rough lands along the track. It had
been rifled of everything except a val-
uable diamond and some valuable pa-
pers. Notwithstanding tho express
people's statements rnat there was litt
tie of value in the safe, it is stated
that one package sent from Santa Bar.
bara was worth about $I.500.
The Wells-Fargo' officers say there
were two seaes In t.e' train, one of
which is a. depository for local valua-
bies, which is locked at New Orleans,
the other being they assert, seldom
contains more than $1,500. It was the
latter safe that was stolen.


Measure Goes Through After Ineffect-
ual Attempts to Amend.
A Washington special says: The
house has passed the Hepburn pure
food bill in a rising vote of- 201 to 68.
A roll call on the bill could not be ob-
tained. The amendment Inserting the
word "willful" referring to persons
who sell adulterated or misbranded
goods, and which would have compell-
ed the government to prove intent to
violate the law by the vendors was
stricken out on a yea and' nay vote
In the house. Several ainempts were
made to amend the bill, but no ma-
terial changes were made.
The bill fixes the standard of foods
and drugs as to their purity, strength
and character, and defines what shall
be considered adulterations or mis-
branding of foods and drugs. It also
prohibits Inter-statecommerce, impor-
tation and exportation of such. mis-
branded or adulterated articles. It Is
proposed to enlarge the scope of the
bureau of chemistry to Include the
bureau of foods and Impost upon It
the duty of performing all chemical
work for the other executive depart-
ments. This bureau will be charged
with the duty of Inspecting food and
drug products which belong to Inter-
state or foreign commerce. The sec-
retary of agriculture is given author-
ity to employ such chemists. Inspect-
ors, clerks and laborers as may be
necessary for the enforcement of the


Matter Finally Comes Before the Sen.
ate In Executive Seasion.
While the Panama canal question
has been before the senate on general
principles during the greater part of
the present sesson, thoe Pnanam ea.
nal' treaty we not reported untill Mo.n-
day. It had no sooner been reported
favorably to the senate .la executive
Mseeon than it became o e subject of
heated diaesalon.


Georgia Product Befrg Shippel te Vie
time of Destruetive eln Wievl.
On last Thursday at ea Wea
eeu afor the bottom sOestti at
vil, rt WAS -wi
To^in m Jh

Train of the Southern Pacific
Looted In Sum of$80,000


Werk Was Done During Temporary
Absence of Meseengefe-presrm
Company Deniee that Suoh
Large Amount is Loot.

Gen. 8. D. Lee Issues Circular Letter jets o steam may be seen on a still
Relative to the Matter, morning Issuing from as many vent'.
General Stephen D. Lee, commander The glaciers proceeding from the shal-
In chief of the United Confederate Vet- low valley where these vents oi-rur aie
erans, has Issued the following unoffl black with the breath of the mountain
clal circular relative to the movement The summit has never been reached.
to erect a monument to the late Gener- though a prospector named John Breni-
al John B. Gordon: ner declares that he got within a nille
"I. The great demonstration of of the top.
warm love and confidence shown aR But Mt. Wrangell may be ascended.
the burial of General John B. Gordon Mr. Mendenhall thinks that some time
at Atlanta, Ga., and the abundant evi may elapse before the summit of MI
dence of esteem manifested every. Mckinley Is reached, but lie says it
where in our beloved southland ani will not he a difficult feat to get to il..
also throughout our great republic, top of Wrangell. The line of perpetuial
snow Is about t6510 feet and the summit
suggests to the undersigned some con. Bnois 7500 feet abve tnd the sumrit
centratlon of action necessary to o foris 7feasble routes of. ppro3ch He d
quick and successful movement to thinks that the ascent of the only
elect a monument out of such funded known active volcano in the interior of
as may be raised ihis year. the continent north of Mexico may
"2. Wlile, as commander In chicl fell appeal to the hdrln sBlrdli tlshlrll
of the Confederate Veterans' organlza well appeal to any mountaineer. All
tons, I do not think It proper to Is the other active Alaskan volcanoes nari
sue, In general orders, an appeal, still on or near the seacoast.
as the successor of our beloved corn The Wrangell mountains arc. for thi
mander and his personal friend andi most part. mnsses of Inava anid olrcai
admirer. I lsue this call to every con mud which had been piled up oin :iI
federate organization. to divisions,' earlier surfare. hiurying theL old lanrl
brigades and camps of the Itnleid Con forms and substituting for them the
federate Associations: to the Ladles present splendid group of mountain.,
Memorial Association and Daughters -Sun.
Sons and Children of the Confederacy
to take immediate action and organize An Intersting Abbey.
to secure subscriptions to to secutre a Cl. Sir Gerald Dease, some time
monument movement, governor of the Bank of Ireland, anl
"3. I also suggest to states, rllic chamberlain to many successive vice.
and organizations generally to unltte roys, whose death Is just announced.
with us In building a monument was the owner of Celbridge Abbey.
"4. 1 also suggest that a local corn Kldare, a place with many interest-
mlttee be promptly formed at Atlanta ing political and literary associations
to receive subscriptions for the menu of Its own, says the London Chronicle.
ment at the home of General Gordon It was once the seat of lord Mayer
*STEPi-N LEE. Van Homrigh, chief magistrate cf
HEN D. LEE. Dublin In the stirring days of 1688,
and father of Swift's "Vanessa." The
FIRE TRAGEDY IN HOTEL. dean was often a guest at the abbey.
STwo generations later It was the res-
Proprietor, His Wife and the Cafe idence of an uncle of Hellry Grattani,
Manager Burned to Death. and young Henry often visited hint
At Marion, Ind., three people were there. Sir Gerald kept up the tradi-
burned to death and ten badly injured tion ot Celbridge hospitality, anti was
In a tenement house fire. la kind and popular host who will be
The cause was a gas explosion fol. greatly missed. He married a daugh-
lowed by flames and the building was ter cf Sir Rorbert Throckmorton, anil
destroyed. The explosion occurred in many notable Catholic houses., as the
the Seltz building a Thirty-eighth Gainsborough, Jerninghams, anil
street and Home avenue, which was Stourtons; are placed in mourning by
wrecked. bhis death.

.Here are throe stories of Missourl

Postmaster at Little Town of Oriole, corn. One Is an echo of last yetRr .
Fla., is Bound Over. bumper crop. Three boys-nine, aix-
Benjamin F. Mountain, postmaster teen, and eighteen years old respect-
at Oriole, Fla., was arrested Wednes- ively-took a contract to cultivate a
day on the charge of embezzlement of 540-acre field, which was to be put in
postofflce funds, and on trial before a corn. They were to receive 12 cents
United States commlsBdoner at eals a bushel for the crco from the owner
Unitedof the field. The landproduced 346
was bound over In the sum -of $500 bushels and The lapb divoded up3;41
to the next term of the federal court. for. their summer's work. The
other stories concern this year's crop.
Fire In Marletta, Ga.. Wednesday Ed. Turley of Milleraburg found a
destroyed a whole business block, en- large ear of corn which had nine
tailing a loss estimated at $112.000. smaller ears sprouting from the top.
i W. H. Shaffer of Avila went to inter-
WIDOW PLANT AGAIN WEDS. view William Fanning, who was cul-
SUvating a corn Held for him on shares.
Married to Millionaire Robert Graves There was a dispute, and Mus. Fan-
With Unsotenpttlouse ceremony. ijpg hit Mr. Bhaffer over the head
A New York dispatch says: 'Robert h ear of c Concussion of
the brain the result.
Graves and Mrs.' Marguerite J. Plant.
widbw of Henry B. Plant, mllllonalro Extenuating CIirtupnstnes.
southern railroad, steamship and land .A certain spinster ln ItdlaspoIlls.
owner, have been married at the plant who lived lonse In her beautJ l and .
relsdence It Fifth avenue. There were stately home for many years, is one
only about halt a dozen witnesses, all of the city' 'most notable honauwives,
relatives of the bride and groom. says the Indianaspols Jourtnal. No
Shldish ftngers have ever sarred the
MYSTERY IN ROVELLE CASE. bl'rlha i h'o er irrw r bM adows,
4 or Plyed bpa oa b wta" Uh tb fca* 0e
Reptel Heiee as 0.0m000 t bras at p n M r lJ 4DtJ
'* i ite t Mobile. Ala. e gr of
i E tbHael Rovelle, the eputeUd tIq Jh i.
a.to at. 8B,1i0 eta. Ista Io i
,."A- 0qK j 6Lo:. y__t

ATLA i1_AVOftg

An Location for Founding of Groat
presbyterlan Colsge--lpeeial Con-
ference Acft Upon the Matter.

The champions of the proposal to
remove Columbia Theological smil-
nary and the Southwestern Presbyte-
rian utlveralty from their present Io
cations and to merge them Into one
college to be situated in Atlanta.,scor-
ed a distinct victory in the meetings-
of the members of the conference In
The special'conference, In which the
synods of seven states were repre-
sented, by a vote of 15 to 3, has recom-
mended the founding of the Institu-
tion at the Georgia capital, and the
prevailing opinion of the conferees Is
that the Presbyterians of the south
will abide by the action of the conferL
A committee was appointed to draft
and submit a plan of combination, to
be suggested to the various state
synods, and by another overwhelming
vote this plan was adopted, the con-
ference in so doing recommending
that all the eynods concerned appoint,
at their next meetings, members of
a provisional board of trustees for the
new university.
A minority report was offered By
three members of the conference, Dr.
W. McF. Alexanderr of New Orleans,
the chairman; D. W. Pipes and A. J.
Mc'Kay, who, were the only ones vot-
Ing against the recommendations
finally made by the conference.
After extending a vote of thanks to
the people of Atlanta, the chamber of
commerce and the Agnes Scott Insti-
tute, the conference adjourned sine
die, leaving the ultimate fate of the
university project in the hands of sev-
en synods. No further action can be
taken until the synods meet next fall,
but all the advantages are with the
university movement.
If established in Atlanta the univer-
sity will be located to the northeast
of the city, between Atlanta and De.
The site will be a part of 600 acres
of beautiful wooded hills, now the
property of the Kirkwood Land Com-
pany, and It Is this company which
will donate the lands for the campus.



Latest Disaoverles About Mt. Wran.
gell, in Alaska.
CIly.a few years ago the Incessantly
active volcano, Mt. Wrangell, In Alas-
ka, was represented on all our maps -a
at, Isolated mountain situated in the
midst of a great snow covered plateau.
Almost nothing was known of that in.
land region, but Mt. Wriangcll had at-
tracted attention bec.nause smoke was
always pouir-ng from ita summit.
Exploring parties of the United
States geological survey have been par-
ticularly active in this region for the
past three years and are at last able
to gjve much definite information
about. it. It has been found that Mt
Wrangell Is not a solitary mountain,
but is In the midst of a vast array of
summits covered with snow and gial
clerks and spread over an area or no
less than 6600 square mile.
Wihin thisarea aa re at least 10
snowelad peaks 12,000 fect or morn In
height. Several of these are Etill ILn-
named and two, M.. Sanfor-l. i;it )qi
feet, and Mt. Blackburn, 16,140 frr.
are' higher than Mt. Blanc or an if
the peaks within the United Sti'.,
south of Canada. Mt. Wrangell. v.hi h
has attracted more attention than il,,
others, because it is an a'-tivr r, a-
no, is third in altitude. 14.009 froe
Tiis entire mountain region, in the
basin of the Copper river, sI r1 1
known as the WranI'ell group or m",n i.
tainsf. W. C. Mendeiihall; of the o.ri.
vcy has an article on the groiu i tilih
latest nunher of the National (;..,-
graphic Magazine. Among hin IIi,.-
trations he gives a fine paniorani.
view, about three feet long of the pant
of the group which contains suin., o,
the highest summits
It is a wonderful scene of the grin,
most desolation, peak after peak ri,.
Ing from high valleys, their black t:. p
sides isreaked with snow anti tlit
higher elevations completely whv,
with it, and in the contre of the ip,.
lure is Mt. Wrangell with its column
of smoke.
But Wrangell itself is a grand no:in-
tain, though dwarfed by the high-r
cones of Sa,,ford and Blackburn. It Ik
a wide-b orading cone nearly three
miles high and eight times as broail.
Its gently arched surface is a glisten-
Ing snowfield, smudged here and theri
by volcanic ash from the crater, whili
sends up rolling columns of smoke ani
vapor to a height of three Iniles.
From Its eastern slope descends thle
Nabesna ,lacler, a frozen river 50 mill
In lpnith. On its western face a dozen




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mOe n the nfght that she was
SI knew from out may life hsd
taJ. ;lt Lhelicefnrtb my pathway
bda; that I qtiould miss the
f0 woodland rouhe and the morning's
s low.
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It U the pillow then she spieati
Wtistaci a touch that I no more t.an


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to RIC,l I Tnke your uiemory back over the lapse
or y'air Ito a bright wlnitler afterllooli.
She ought the anmonthleqt w-ny for me to 8"a' If y.o" enrll rpltiul.ber two little
.. grls I laiylig with their dolls ti n
.ndi lier ,4 'r it h miill,' Il, t i* .11 lhe mIn, ltl. lmiy dlliii ng ooni windoww, %h. ll[,
'Te needs oi u(lltlilr..sb ihat she PIantl d tl'heir fatllher 'was bulsy orver hile SIrIIiont
Arc Ir Ii 1 1' followllit Sunll tal.y, Just be3'oidt.
lrc nn 'iag low tllflnr ina- ly trost o An l I he 'oajare ui ta before "tito
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Iw w ninil their gePlerotis klIudiiiss Ily
And whern dwell lua on the Io agoi. -p.-ka- 'Hng it slive-r fork."
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T'LLhose-upon the flood; T tmi iso III. "ror he c'rroletd uay red appletl. n\il-
Now when the winds unbridlelior he tIy
balow t hi lil liaskAel. Poo(r fellow. lie fSlll
hAnd llins desend on mly defent,:e lilt lf inlved. I sitppose. BuIIL Ihn of
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"wolil keep <|iIIr li'or l''i i F I% li ""
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1 plump while kittens df .1l.':'' '..' al o i 1Sit tilia .i

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"Did y c, cr 1-* i,' lih a y' u i ,nall i "".every word yiouIli-I now Ioill bl' it
thatler. dar-.' ; i "- : l y repentEl Iai the ftli ire l ilrr- lie
fork off o ie sl i t to O iil., is i f you respect ourseif. e e n."
lfeu w y side, ir -% ou I t are t 1 Iii ll lil hil ]
U pu i' ypI.r a done w th ithe me. l 1' l ri r yloui.. loU. m ih nd tI ni r

un Alul l Li "m:" -a lnKk l .pir l, it rei.ve l.
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But >J da bewouidf p bebur i id yo cho'i ed '.ir" .

etal i_. "T,bWal l L eATC pnid oU 'i i."
i, oe*l, "l reason .( rwirbed ypvor "UWJBn.

''IflBs a'gt f.tla we'll g$ -jtdlf- t. bei p9- et,"

S /' g. i ". ( : ." '

"I ann IIlnt lho."
"Ye'i. My IlnIule. who had never for.
iveii ii\ miotliher's contlrn ting n rushli
iinirrlige sgilins: Ills \' Ivll., n in t Ion
lhail laetdily.' rcfitl- toi ill ape iep wei-in I
\v, a I ftr 1I i hi.lplil il'IrllI:inb nllltift hi
thi i-'t.rlets oft' .N 'a lrk. flinilly. releint-t
i|.i' 11u ii felr'w amani t s a rer111 t r I t.t ia eg- I
gilie ni y rn' i l d or klul l .a':iried stlisrag
'1"-< ii\ lt I t l i' hI ir I f IIr -i llm h at hii h
Iily -i1 Ilhht'- lr'otii.i IC lt IIa nlieve' .lr con-
o'i vi'mI ti, heloli-t lil, nita. ltail I iesp t'lr for-
t'l Olui' 11%o i liie I'al'-I. out of w ll ima
11li 4ll it 1-t i i 11 s a'i ae nill s t" l a ini itl Illy
'il' t l i iiiino t. (Ihp uih'r nlui- % h In it ort '''I
.I 1iinl fl -''( t-il il tll i (th l 1iiti'crl. I
li ill i ti ilr I u lntl I hvi. I viei.a Ilir't

ago. a Y k 111 ly. 111111's
liilll' In .\ .i- i liI.)Im Ia m llin i i l I. ll -

'\ r"at flii.' ila l ,I- t ia I II a l itln' ll i I ll-ai
al ll ll, i Is nrI'I n ii' -Ih I oP hl l yolll
, I. I i 'l ,r'. l l lytl., lI 11. llil h-" A Ith'
lilll :'l i l l' -r .l rl .r i| n .o gli .l l

il,ir l I r a 11 ll l lI It- \i lti 'ol i it illrst

3-alas .111Off 'can. mg's NaIl nlatIU- elilt

't r i -gh Itntr oin fr i-- I t oI I rmh t ro 'fitlt
Il 411%. \ 01.1 ) I iK lh.. in h the. 1. I 9l.'

Tlll .nll I 4 ~ r il '1 r" nll I ti ler od-
ii ir. lor liniu ril il nf ilthe li rin ll III tlll i' t

ll ,li 0li' t lll'el l e npr tl fnfro
l-:lIi nt li.i iv'Ir\ r. 11.- "T. i'.." Ihe
-.itlll p f in t irile l li' rit'nr teo d liTs lo
,I\ '1.'.i i vi1->lol i n nn o'

'l'ie n pR ''oeir r i ite -linl r" w nll teli rod
I:'!. plrhiint:irlly. of tit' lll3'y-li- l i-slot
Pi i

I inda ialill tt Ihe 'tlllly nt eal wit-

t, lll(ll V l b b i n rleli.llnce gP nnl. Itand R |1 O
I, ll ii t ll i r rna I ll t ir Tie l.o iot rep-

-la a olna lie etIrn l A.:tft sI te hll-c -
C I-.'I ihR lu t. IIld Ie utcrh an rl aI t'oi lie
i nlrt .i. llirel e-llra ol.es of over a Iowt
Ia.p llilll a om a nllt nri h nl stiril*s el -er

c, u11 1 I oirI h rdiii e Pm11ii1.
a I u'tirmnsrt rIulll ll l lyhe lke Ith ihe''
Iior lior il nIn Iafi b e lePt mol ohrntden

I ,r .t:.iliv Io n (IIth P l n tlin.
ui--ti's:-in ha I lot wtile 'orld el lea ta
\lulI h ai r-I rc'i' epal. grnnlly Io linr on wr'

oi a l on, sal Lalnd one ii n Pmilhnini. i ilt

''lpst dtilUitpr orf A. ponrie i. PIull-

iantl Ilt t lin th'll ose honin hin' p ler
inati. rallI amtstr a P r i ,le li f ue illh tin
'l:il nl',.r ailhll i o nl Ity heai P lle c nt

inj what eotlll mel l ctm
<"licl.'iip 'v. niI for I lohig (Ihh sulip drwl-lrt

i rin l':ill'- lini idaon nlslary mot y0000
I l nt )1 ,ni' unho) si'alhm w'llh the
o !u ar t 'i.aglp: lin htl il Itt ld niai fol lght
ill liy ;'liti d .l' e ( to evelri 6 hil vt w h lIt,

wh lil.n i It r his l ta mll nill that I

Iave fought or. nil that I hostvO'ieneme
i-and for n wotanl tin slil asi I
li lluni alie litr no Wom great n?
miuch for tihmnl lo thin iploves:nyPii.
Ili do not loveft li IliosmaP I o lind thin
III.It I lle r '< w ll f nor w ill hle ever loig
tli pxieiilthd.ough this acl river belfh made
I .' oii alltn

ilholly o i drcf l rooli l liil vil. ot e r-
il ti lina I 'efell niy3 vihtlul t'
AnBi t t \--obI! All, ye, moor cruel

cent little thing. she holds her to her
'iila e, ll in t ns she Itands before. a d I li[ ve

liT'l e folglit for. sll lltl. I riitve gable.
tnaw tfait I must i t. at onnefn
Sicwnkl. h olinioly IIhe mY full higin
Oil. thut title homihl lIt'! ltiu will ado
nlchi for thp wonninn l ovesa: yea. blit

I td not Ive Ihlas 'ndl liln do not hb nk
lint pI rv will nor will to ine ever lov

corareased to canniall esoon.
nie, evn thoeuIg this acrlfl be made
wholly for her sake.
But the linby! Ah, yes, poor lnto-

cent llitle thIng, she holds her o eetlr
.earti, ei eiln its lie stands before me.
Tlie netinallon growl unbearable. I
launow that I must ct. at otce And
qusr'kiy. io rilslg to myn full height.
I rnils' iny hal. nnd-sleene It muit be
litha -c hitr elr miy ednt in th e otr
ourn Intrl u'. -To-ih at Topics.
Coafreed to Cmnnlatbhsllnu
Thie tnuilitil'r In whveic the uan Brat
lurai'.likt assv coinvictotl of killing aud
i.liaig hInin dingitsaer. who reentild
oiirnet o up lrlv' ntid well. diseloem ex.
Iu'l n'mnrtitly natilhol rinimloyed by tha
-inIll rIman police.
A gerpiit'rtone. who fouo l Uritofluci l
workhini tin t firl. ktiiocled limin vr'r.
awilli lr lil w IIto lie lniln of Iia laiyoinet
ta Ihe ainn's breast, trelhrecl lidni to
inuitforct to he murder of hli deuhtliter
as ho vnland his lIfe. Bralut hlukt,
ovibronUIP lny fear. Ihpre'non nitlted
hint lie Inaid comnulltd tlie crime.
a lien taken beoare the u glstH rate.
thie Inrt-ommnr. who Is a Sloveulan and
IinOBs tiot undersilinad O.ernmiDn. wltttdrew
his co.nfesilon. The le agistrate, how-
cler' strongly adavled lilai. tllroutgh as
Iaatlerpreter, to stick to his eonfesslon
w tlah n -tIw to illtlisntlitu hilt doom.
and he imgtaln did na lie wa told.
Before the Jury he'stonlly tehled bhi
guilt, but Iils two previous eonfessloln
were agasntl him, and Ithe vIllage sue-
geon teslifled tjat bones which lBria-
tuschuka had bltxn munclitll were his-
man bones. He wa sentenced ft
diatth. but reprieved. sad the oilee
who forced the eonfeleon from blre

was recommcided for pronotiou. un
the return or hs da ughter, Bralalsch
li rwas. of oeourse, lberated.-Lodelr
A Lay MaIss.
It is, Indeed, wonderful what new
aneedotel reaeh na wtll every weekl'm
journals, Hre is one from V. Onl
tot saumnIerT' day, a geunttses wi~-
wlas waittIgC C i S triN lit atle t ar ei
country statiEa, asked poerL nV01
Ws lying oha n oi f tMe eats, wlher
(lhe stAtiolU ISSFr liieldc 44 tP
teri. .t mwntls. Jesilj oluad to b it.
hOdeWiH Whis f fpt. 2; T4 u
very stcb Rttklki t thO BsUW* -
,;5rrdr. cS?~1~e %^l^


- i iaini- ic .,aail lalma iUlt t i II .1 pIl<" i Iii ulel i l 's IIIr "
len%- f ile- It' giaa'll if lo- un11 11 '" ltrm 't mini- I sIfo
"' H'' IIa -' r"'i'l "l'Ialilhu' Iniag.'" u roll n
A iLtaX'ir' siai'. IN A'D1iiAN hi L ill ior Offe .l L 11 1 I nl II t 1 1lh hiIll Ji t l
htl.nt. n.di d.iiti lep.mil e itnlly 4of thlo i lor- tna lit' It Ia-u iatI li utnl lie' I fll' r
les cire rII'te. fur Ilie Turk. Ihilln n niold i eiI' | i i'i-" -'l e 'r ni-lla'r f ir. ''hlT -
ngllltl r. In l tfrrulolni lr ia illnd h p 'alei.' ia i1tle'i u l hal- P I --gio f "e Ih oi t we
ninin life i 1ent anliase. I itl9hly t In tha l I' l'u-he l Ir i, 'i- i a it auf Im1i
lnia lnd na Ias t is Il anlllell-,t'a' athtL( a'aanmei shli I r i u (Is' am I'l i inn' ll' i t I al in-aim,-n
talknitr. It I I- t nor< ltled an, I s Ie I a ile J sic Icin Ilina tll -ll*t I l
1 .*i -N e w Y or ki r o ruiir< lu l A d vl -r th e IJIlAy r* 1-" i l s- t" / j
;, *II i# i ff rl-Sc t al i l t lre Illu t r >ll 1 11ton i ilh its
-. .. -.. .-.--- --. riolil i is -rliiai'lgtt i diollihar i hll ilt dt g hill
L.oa ed sa lmIn stt41m I sman 1t' i ll'hir i uii rli' e. il li, qreI'ly tHIlulk
Ad lr'vs liui a hneii rpi"oel'-iA from ti"l. .Aillrr lln- l nily 'I. ;nila'lr.
KIltntlah. a village an tlioe minrtHirrn h-r---.'- -.n.
Britlllh ('Colliblalll cosit. K f line r' icnllw laln,. Ilnartllerlm' Htr.lni.
of aln indllaln wlio W ns iaOMtl to be The I Ilipe It l0* 1 nae' Ir tirt' rqitile Ina
killedl by fellow trilieasnuei, wh auib -im lrallate ArrtPe. lir-ant*, vlhli W wit blloe
pecteal tlln of prnartcliing loreerr. y, lot ofs lott I lintllet f atulll In t le
Tbne perseiuled Indlans, .kcliown as sllays o elf 1hIr prislp ity. I1's l 'u h 'l, 4 e-.
rleIale Walntlre. aid Iput 41 Iull f ir. E ulir l 'I "e Toiurlu 'Imthi if JFraai.-c
bound-With hair asnd pleeed wilt ish'; fr "n eIrilRolse. li'e prlhce pnild nan
bones in hl r sli ho as a 'elhar. wlth i ''S'l0. of uliwhli i$4U .jL wn\ii isrlit
be hoped would Iirrlnl hhi lie love of dowln". The 't'ouiink I'lUb etit ris m.icih
an Indlan W*osaun.. yellow trlbesiAien to ki p tba p radstl -or Prain Iii ardler
Sccraed him of iml 'ery and pleFlnedi hills l tlleplihi IlImsi apnttd anrrnl illaor-
dethb. Word swMa bent bt tlle fitall matokm to IlnIpMw dolipraitg o tluinoir or
aient at Iort EIrslilglon. who tpl a bt'yele threlou i ra-.a-.
aminbeii of spe-Ita t t io t l rilt e 4y .. '"; m.
perwmbte arrow mresdbal idre ueihys 'a
asst reruna" taar. s q aO l IadIan y, It M JrtalfieE In rrllt lamm 19 qstajll '
toPon edwa"i-, Iwegrela5 r wetaOi' wIS w < bUlt .4..

I't'lIIm~l, l.- two i i ;ii th hin tirisi,,
b...Iad-the..,,.. mflL W,.a .,...nm ..,k .,/.Wil ,a+,
Oskrisfletsuaftle Peis" & ..~d OLsi I saline

Ili'i.iiown i r ill lhh' lJlil torI I Iru
Io, iing, nrn-Ilke oreirshr, l t i :rl lli i,. i
in tlinllllln I InU '. la.l in l l II'u' it ii. trI islt
[i ll hlnih ilir htl .lnl rc ~llIl hoillH
A lihltf I r .all e ll imlls Icin h1 Il i. -.IiI. a liLtu
Itiilf an tlrl.ty imlllvn t 'tin un I m elly n flw
we\lll d)Ihraettd uinolrl'n i Ili f all lil ncrilii
ilinnsol tI le liip, r plall l t sat I (t r ll ial l1.
rinlilkly pipa rii'l IIlnler "i'. 't (r l iu- a r
pall s ah r m iouth ntin| i imli ai'ra I miii w titleh
Ilitc thrmud 'ouitlitn -'ts Si- In li point fit al-
fachlmenult to .t ll i inill lintea til. uIllip er
l;rtllon ainir o rlf e n r n ii a l ili g clltik.
'ieo twon fInirrlpe rgs inil l'lilasntally
to their full iil Ilttia Ihl o lliiff OIt.
I Wag-OllI. IavtL thint oiio Is alinuvu ihe'
n I hcr.
Ift lb wrli'r' dlfc*r'r|llhlhn Ie neIP
thie rlaelh'r rlw ilalril\r'el Iliae @I ,
Iteahhlnt 111 1h11 t1l.sall; e It .ts h Uwe
to Iie IsletI a-r f'nd of "wilchji s alttla6i,
... .ii... t lt I

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Conven'ei, Ar,.angemet., For itA 3OL.-TtIIROWvo o' I'' O'Iter ots
Revolutionists P.losp-to,-san dPleasu e-P I-ER. .,,,.,,,, ,ol.. ,,' o
'-'e I 0- .til #th
e* aeekers. -:- -:" -f 11rlilit I this attUtude farlt! .

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l o Twl rt 8 The Oua3 36 e Zann states that So6me of Senatorl Talaferr's sup- 4
o. B. GDWIN, bont the Nme quantity of whiskey prtr are publllg an ellegede lH ave
t nsaaed now nnAlachus county laterview of other Senators by a H
anwhen there were open salNoru
Inrsd Aprl t, 1903, at oiproil t, there, ad rcomplai ns tha t literary" lady in Washingtol In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
ntered April 28.1~0, at Gaineslle, county derives no revenue from the with reference to Selator Talia- in "p-to-date" Shoes for Men
la., usecondclass matter, under Act business as the whiskey is s.hpped ferro's popularity ad stan in g o ae oes or
Cuongresor arch 1879. fro adjoinit couni tlae t thoer among his political as.ociates at the W. men and Children, at popil I
s states. The Sun 'has itways 9p- capital. Judging Iy the published prices and (1 ih best make.
PublOsed every Tiesday and Pridy, posed a State di ay law, bu interview ew tl other Senators all tell pric s
at p1.00 a year in advance, now tbinaks a dlo a Optotf dispen. ,literary" lady that Plorida's V
50 Cents for Six Months, sary law, allowlg the po&nties to the literaryy ady that orida
25 Cents for Three Months. choose between a dispensary and "business Senator is a clever gen-
A-VES open Roogii', wouldd meet the de- ileman and an Industrious worker.Particularattention ttlie I. id c
ADVBRTIIIIO RmTaS. m dof tha, situation.' This has We arePar icular n dattc-ltoy t
Local Readers in brevere type, 5 centa beat the Telegraph's idea for sev- We are nt Wdenyin would consider any Brockport" a 11 eS \ r-
alicor each Insrtion. e an.' Cou2ly Tel- ica" and *"\\ .k h)veir" kr" 1 r .
space for displayadertisements priced r a rad o y tSenator a fit subject for o he luanaticfCAoan
on application. "The Gainesville Sun" uales. a asylum if lie should speak otherwise
The editor is notresponsible for the mistake when it "states that about ihan complimentary of a fellow Se t h e
views of correspondents or others con. the same quantity of whiskey is ator when in the hearing of a
tributing to his columns, consumed now in Alachua county Washington "literary" lady. But 1 hoBe 'nd Letne8f' ti ai.P lle F
as when there were open saloons" is it not presuming too much on "
County candidates are beginiug here, as the following facts will the ignorance of the voters of Flor- 0 WM4WJW ow 4 11 W 1W 00 p* 4W 4 4 40W#1 4W 4*
to send in their announcements. plainly show: ida when Senator Taliaferro's sup-
When the open loons were here porters employ the services of a .
The STAR was right or the State there were fofir of them. They "literary" lady iti Washington to ..TAaLIH.O 8ee.
Committee waswrong-s to be were each on a corner-three of acquaint the people with their SeH- HT F DU T T O N & CO .9
early primary them in nice brick buildings-- ator's record and standing? And
where rents were high. They paid does it not show that the Senator's D
Wonder if Brother Caldwel, the $100 each for a license, and in supporters are getting terribly un- Cotton Departm ent, QA VLL
anti primary editor, is still advocat- ach saloon was employed several easy about the fate of their candi-
ng an October primary. men, so, the expenses of each sa- date id I nd 0t q
loon-including license, rent, in- MUCH T"B AMB.
Experts have estimaten.Florida's suranace, help, etc., could- not have A
n e About two years go a man by In Sed..or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
next orange crop--if no freeze been a smaller sum than $4,000 a the name of R. Hudson Burr al-ee argeo mal Qani
comes--t 8,000,000 boxes. year, or about $11 a day, Sundays nounced to the voters of Florida Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firmn offers

It is beginning to be believed that
Sparkman and McNamee are going
to. have a real warm campaign.

Reports from Alachua are to the
effect that the watermelon acreage
in that section will be large this
This is leap year, but it is not ab-
solutely necessary that the unmar-
ried ladies should "leap" before
they look.

Hon. Frank Clark seems to be
trying to break in to Hoen. Jim
Alexander's arrangements by court-
ing favor with the ladies.

We want every official in Alchua
county to be a subscriber to the
Twicx-A-Waxx STAR. It cosat
only a dollar for a whole year.

"Shun evil companions,
Bad language disdain,
God's name hold in reverence,
Nor take it in vain."

l. A man whose language requires
profanity to give it force, truthful
ly remarks the Southern Argus
tAed some sort of brain food ands
'. mouth wash.

"The book and the page," and
' the "act," continues to be cited by
Governor Jenuings, and the people
continue to wonder what Senator
Tallaferro will do.

Some of those who attended
Uncle Sam's Court in Ocala last
week as prisoners for selling
. "boose" without a license, were
, made to wish they hadn't a-done it.

S We sympathize with a man who
hasn't a Job and can't get one, but
the man without a job and don't
want one la an abomination in the
S'eight of the Lord and honest men.

If Jefferson Davis and Robert E.
Stee, Abraham Lincoln and U. S.
1 Ofrant wereliving today they would
ai' 6be ashamed of some who call
themmelves Democrats and Repub-

Those who wanted the campaign
Sto continue all the year met their
Waterloo at Jacksonville lat Fri-
S y r aWd much the same people
will meet another Waterloo on
bI y loth.

A scientist has discovered that
14here is arsenic in egls. But there
i .'I Utle danger of one's getting
t,.o0ugh of the poisol to prove fatal
diite eggs remain as' costly as they
-fi(:!at present.

i'. :.you are a candidate, and want
i people to know it, put your an-
nett card in the STAR. An-
tUPnow will be as cheap
S' h come a month or
?ug'T > i si h must accom-

today' S found
a hoLnWedoart
~ candidate Mr
e a rmuit aort dl

H I^ ^ r. Dell t^dees asu
,voters or at d


included. Eleven dollars a day
each for the four saloons would be
$44.00 a day, actual expenses, and
yet it has been said of some of 'the
proprietors that they boasted that
they made $12,000 a. year clear
profit for each saloon. A little
figuring will show that this makes
a clear profit of $181.00 a day for
the four paloons. Add the $44.00
a day expenses and you have the
insignificeat (?) sum of $176.00 a
day u the profit made on the
whiskey sold in Gainesville when
we had "the open saloon.'.' At 50
cents a quart (about the average
price) 850 quarts-87j gallons-
had to be sold In Gainesville every
day, Sundays included, to get the
$175.00 a day expenses and profits
for the retailer. And if the whole-
salers get anything out of it (and
surely they did) then, there had to
be enough more than the 87J gal-
lons sold each day to pay the
wholesalers their profits.
Now, if we are to be liber. I
enough to conclude that the retail-
ers made no more than 100 per
Scent on the liquor they sold, theu
we should be reasonable enough to
R admit that instead of selling only
87J gallons a day-Sundays iu
cluded-"the open salooins" In
I Oainesville sold 175 gallons of
Liquor each day for 365 days in tile
year. "Well, what of that? What
have you proven?" perlheps th.
"Gain"sville Sun" or tho 3rad-
ford County Telegraph" may ask.
Simply this: We have proven that
the statement credited to the "Sun"
by the "Telegraph" is incorrect;
for, whereas it hasbeen shown that
while Gainesville had "open sa-
loons" she sold 175 gallons of
liquor every day, it is a fact that
the express company brings to this
place only an average of about
twenty (20) gallons a day--or but
little more than one-ninth as much
as was sold in the open saloons.
This comparison is of the before
and after conditions in Gainesville,
of course, but what is true of
Gainesville, in this particular, is
true of other sections of.the county,
and if the Sun, or any other fiper,
can get over, under, around or
through the argument heretlbefore
produced, the STer would like to
watch the act and learn how the
fat Is performed.
Nm e before In the history of
Alachsa county has It bee free
from crime as it has beeu sinee the
saloons were closed; never before
in iti history has there been so
small an amount of druqkceneass,
and never beore mo small a number
of women and children accustomed
to seeing a husband, father son or
brother enter the home under the
lnf uene of liquor, and thereby
bring abame and sorrow in to the
family. Nevr before have mbth-
Ser and sisters oa wayward moa and
brothers, and wiv-s of drinking
husbands In 'Oetanevie, and
Alachua county been as happy as
they have been dsea the coaPty'
eight llnensed malooae were .*iWd
to close teir dAuar. tever before
h tthe history of tIhiteItIful little
were there as ay pere people
ei theman qul ema haeme

WB^R me .,e
> ^F^^gffii^-^ljL^ .um

that he was a candidate for Rail
road Commissioner. He was rid- made by.letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
iculed by the silk-hat folks and
their followers. A bitter fight was .- --

put up against him, and some of
the newspapers of the State would
not publish his announcement at
any price. Others did publish it
however, and the voters read it,
and saw that it was good. They
saw, also, what kind of an aggre-
gation was fighting him, and when
the vote s were counted R. Hudso4
Burr was found to be in the lead.
Today John N. C. Stockton and
J. M. Barr. are candidates for the
United States Senate and Congress
respectively. By much the same
people who fought Burr are-Stock-
ton and Barrs being fought and in
much the same way. When the
primary is over and the votes
counted, the result will be much the
same that.it was at the end of the
Burr campaign, and the Tallaferro.
Jennings and Clark people will be
wondering much how it happened.

Bax rs lihs been ridiculed for a.;v.-
cating an early primary. Ti e
Ti) gi-Uniioii, .nd oilier papers
which sueezr eveTy limle it takes
snuff have inll:nated, iuna;nnal -d
and charged, that the advocates ol
an early pr.:La.y wese working only
in the interests of a few nelfisl
"audidates, and that nearly all of
the people wanted a Pate priumany.
Laris named May 12th as a suitab'e
date for the primary, and the da*e
was fixed for May 10:--eveu two
days earlier than Barrs called for-
and the T. U. and lale primary
bowlers stand rebuked. But the
T. U. is anxious to get on the "big
s:de" and it now says "May is a
good mouth for the primary."
The T. U. has taken snuff, and
now w.e will hear others "sneeze."

No friend of Mr. Stockton can
fall to see that his break at Puuta
Gorda was a deplorable one.-
Braidentown Herald.
Yes, Mr. Stockton made a "de-
plorable break" at Punta Gorda.
He broke over the wall with which
hil enemies thought they had him
penned in, and to those who
thought they bha him securely
penned the "break" was a I'deplo-
rable one." That break (his Pun-
ta Gorda speech) secured for him
the staunch friendship and earnest
support of hundreds of consc;en-
tious voters who were prior to that
timewrpqppq"eFer of either one or
the other of his opponents, ai4 $ #h
speech is still bearing good fruit
for the man who delivered it.
In today's STAI will be found
the annotuneeq nt of Prof. J. G.
Kellum as a candidate for the office
of Superintendent of Public Ins4uc-
tios ofAlachua County. Mr. Kel-
lum is a young san, but would no
doubt makes an ideal superntpeq4den
of public jaustctIon. Ie is edWcat-
ed, redSed. ae4 in very way quali-
iAed tq ll t ic wthoc h e It to
himeseliaud bla contiteunts. He Is
i native Wioridian, and is proud of
Shis. native State. He is now the
Ipsjur and *Scleut principal .of
Il ie ti-haba school, and if he is
t l tli f t pmiatitlg t9 which he
asppties those who vote for imri yll)
hardley emar regret do~4g so.
t: r the airtt ar pep don't.
At-^-. eave .oltuL I .ma fL1 Ir'*-.^-".

W. R, Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to buy

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



In today's STAR will be found
the announcement card of Mr. Sam-
uel H. Weinges, who is a candidate
for clerk of the circuit court of
Alachulnjcounty. Mr.Weinges needs
no iiitcduction to our readers. He
is known throughout the county as
a "dyed-in--the-wool" democrat and
an efficient official. He is thorouogh-
ly acquainted with the duties of the
offif' to which he aspires, and if
nominated and elected he will joubt-
less perform the duties of the office
in a faithful and efficient manner.

We have told'our readers repeat-
edly that J. M. Barrs usually carried
his points and those who read the
proceedings of the Exeecutive Com-
mittee in Jacksonville last Friday-
even the Times-Union's report of
it-have oeq that Ie iq till in the
point car. ying business. Why does
he carry his points? Because he is
an able man and his claims are just.
Voters in the Secbnd Congressional
district who wanted the district
ably represent by a people's man
should cast their votes for J. M.
Brother Harris, of the Ocala Ban-
ner, had in his issue of the 24thinst.,
nearly two columns of what he call-
ed "A Sermon by The Editor." It
may never have occurred to.him
that many people are opposed to the
idea of "preachers niixiugrup in
politics," but such is the fact, and
if Editor Harris don't be careful
about publishing his sermons in his
paper it may detract from his pow-
ers as a boos4er of'Tlliaferro, Clark
and Davis.

Those late primary advoca,* who
wev' rpaeq)y declaring that "THa
GAQNsvtI.La TniroQA--W3RK
ST3 is one of the yv at ray pa-
pe'- In the ,btte which is howling
for an early primary will probably
now confess that they were mistak-
en, or that the Si'ARS" howling
was beard and heeded, as an earlyy
primal y has been ordered.

SoipthiU e." e ,t O o erly
published In this c 1, 14 o I#'
soue table bri. aatltof arour
Ha~ibct~ irii- .i. ,.. '..*.t~a '.'A~ij'.~Q 'i"CY.. -. 'I .

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Dr. W. N. Chaudoiu, the noted
and much loved Baptist divine cf
Florida, died last Thursday, and
Plorlda 1aptists are in mourning.
On hearing of the death of Dr.
Chaudoin a prominent Baptist ol
Gainasville said: "Well, if Dr.
Chaudoin is dead there is certainly
one man in heaven."
"The St. AugLst;ne author';ies
are up against a proposition," says
the Orlando Seu'inel-Ieporler, "A
man was sent up for sixty days,
and of course put on the street
gang. But he absolutely refused
to do any wok. 'Defense rests,' is
the way it might be put in legal
The Times-Union wants its read-
ers to understand that Barra was
defeated in his advocacy of an
parly prlnipry because the pri-
mary was called for two days
earlier than Bnrrs suggested.
Would you call this attempt by the
T.-U. philosophy, phool'or phun?

"The cry L-om 'The Florida
News Bureau,' of Jac'sonville, that
our people nped aq experienced
man for United Siates Senator,"
says the Palatka Times-Herald,
"shows conclusively that Mr.
Taliafeiro considers the Stockton
boom of some proportions."

Jacksonville was crowded Friday,
.The State Democratic. Executive
Committee-men were there, and a
large number of other politicians
and their friends. Yes, the town
was full of people, and it is said
that some of (he. people were full
of something else.

Col. H. S. Chubb, one of Flor-
ida's most influential Republicans,
intk~pltes that the Republican party
in he jtate laq sqtqe qhov of aquo-
ceas this yoar. ol. Cbubb is an
excellent fellow, and by the above
it will be seen that he s a great

A Vermont judge is said to have
ruled that wives must not emuder
tlhit*. tu~bqnds in that .J e, A

La. R "n ''I n

"N I

h',;nsi", iln e..n ^i -

and Coffin Company,

I. on time hard to keep pace Wth Irut
u.nr (rwili'ie are s equal toll demllands,
mulh, r Sou want to build t.be Ihou. or
L dozen. You aret on the right rad for
Sbe ;;ht kind of lumber a lien cn c-,ne
,rul nv. W'e i dalnl i ll k inds If Il tild.
i,0 M. terlal for outside andl inside fllihh
I complete any dwelling, hotel, 4tlue t.r
unctury Tell ns )our wants. We mill
do Whe rest.

'PH ONE 166.

Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.

27 1 31 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 34 I66


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8 55P 3
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tAr Fernandina...
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Ar Savannah ..
Ar Fairfax . .
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Ar Camden . .
Ar Hamlet . .
Ar Wilminfton .
Ar Southern Pines .
Ar Raleigh .....
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richmond, Va.
Ar Washington ..
Ar Baltimore .....
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York . .

Lv .... Jacksonville .
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Lv Silver Springs .
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4 15p 6 y3 Chicago ......... 9 15a

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
days, from Uainneville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wsanington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonvillp and Washington, and drawing room Pullman aleers between Tampa,
Jrcksonville and New york.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tueadays and
Thursday, i :15 P. m.
A. O. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COUB Ticket Aant. Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Tme ra',I n Effect July 5, 1903.

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