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G AINHSVILL, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY i9. t9o4.
(am Ine m 'lile. f I.i.: livat ., 'ors of
teIe mst inst. lo lIaid ;Imud I have written
A O lLETTER Prof. hlloker V.'ahingtoin making bim to
Sdel iv r an aildress onil tlihe occasion of tlie
'ro FLOR ID IAI N Ini eiiilg of thle C'oulInt Sulper.',telernts
SN a,,.ii thie Ceneranl dutlcation oard" I
trtist that your inslitutioni will be success-
Sheats Charges Forgery and Pub- f''l 1,pi lofita'le. Vou.rs truly,
Y' Wm. N S11HAT'.S
fisles Several Affidavits. "i.iciated to M. v."
Now in evidence that the letter book
--- copy is genuine anil the original, read
HE GOES FOR HIS OPPONENT "th followi affidavits: e
''I, Mattie Vttison, ami the steiog
rapper and typewriter in the office of the
He Names Several Prominent State Sumperintendent of I'Public lustruc-
r IL ion, and was, on Janumary 5, 1903, when
Oainemvillians and Speaks time following (above) l.Lter was dictated
Plainly. t, t) peiritten, copied in ithe letter book
%stit the letter press, and mailed bIy me,
[CONTRIBUTraD.] mof which the following (above) is an ex.
The primary being called, all wi 1 agree act copy as originally written andi uaileld,
that it is opportune to begin an active ai ais ,now appears on page 48r of corre.
campaign, a'nd my first act will be to ex .slaidence letter look No. 16.
pose a forgery IMATTI VINSON."
Prior to this I have given ino time to personallyl y appeared before me Mat-
politics, being opposed to opening a camn- tie Vinson, who swears that the above is
pain before the executive committee absolutely correct. MATTI VINSON.
has fixed a date for the primary, except *Sworn to and subscribed before me
that I yielded to the advice of friends and this 21st day of January, 190.l.
consumed nine days in November be- (Seal) "W. M. M'INTosII,
tween making a few political speeches "Notary Public State at Large."
and inspecting the schools applying for "I. Joli i,.. Neeley, have carefully ex-
State aid in my own home county or amnined letter book No. 16, in the office of
Alachua, after which I returned to my lime Stale Superintendent of Public In-
office, "aI announced bleforeliand that I struction, and on page 481 appears the
would do, and have since applied myself letter just as ceitifietm to by Miss Vinson
closely to my official duties till this date. above. I believe that it is a .py of the
Between this and the loth of May I original letter to S. W. DeBt. and that
propose to devote as mlch tine to lthe it is impossible for any change to have
Vanmpaign as oBflclal duties will permiit. becil made im said letter.
The fats will he given in regnnl to tie "A letter press copy of a letter to Rook-
forgery that others may draw their own er T. Washington of the saute date ap-
conclusleas. As for myself, if I had been pears on the opposite page Inviting him
guilty of such an act, I would hide ny to deliver an address in Gainesvllle, 'on
face in shame and confess it was my dule one of the eveninga' while the 'General
to be forever consigned to the shades of I.l,lic;itioin Ioardl' and County Superin-
eternal Infamy. tendlents' convention Is in session, in
In my political career before tlie Stitle which ino allusion is made to the place or
I do not remember ever before to1 line tous hlliu he shall speak.
written a newspaper article in mmy owni "JOHN L. NEEII.V."
behalf, though I have been the sbljec-l of "I', -sonally appeared before me Jno. L
more newspaper criticism, miireprcscIt.i Nele.ky, who beitig duly sworn, deposes
tions, and even vituperation, poImibl, .an, says that the above certificate is true
than any other man in the State. MI Nn, appearss front the record in the office of
policy has ever been to wait for v1nlhc1- sbt.ie -uperintenmlent of Public Instruc-
tion through my public acts and tlie fimiil tiou.
triumph of my policy. n lt tliere is a .S. ,,i n to uin, su bsoribed before me
time when patience ceases to he r virltin, Ithis tlt iLay of January, 19o..
wheq qq official lettet is adldeIl to ;mid S.W.l "W M C. MIcTH,
publis~hd over the signature of thLat of- "Noitry I',ldlic State at Large."
ficlal, that is one of the times. If smuch '1lIt. t'iinciniie.s-i of interlpolating the
be tolerated, the character of no m11an is i,,1r.i. "in t:,e while school auditorium"
sale so long as one exists who i.s l.i- ,,i, t,. I ltiiiliesl letter is not apparent
enough to undermine it in such a wity. mil..., uo,,(iilered In the light of the fol-
This forgery occurred in a six-column I,. s-|I (. tu.
article, laudatory of my opponent, Ipul.- )1. thIe m1liht of Jaitury 30, 1903, when
lished in the Daily Sun of C(aincsville, I re ,.,.l t, ti he capitsil and first learned,
ThiIraq4ay, Iecember 24, 10.1, a news- ,thli ,,tter .tin.ii'-lii('mii, of time uproar in
paper controlled by Senator II. II. Mc- (; ,, vi le over the fact thant \Was',ington
Creary, and under the headline. The tn. l. -en in\ itel to speak in the dity.
Record of Professor Holloway as a ul'nllic ani,,I inti informedl that it was based
Official in Alachua. I have been inform- t.pi, thle ullpposilion that he had been
ed that ten thousand copies of this issue invited to speak "it ll e white school
of the Sun were printed and have been matlitoriumi," the following telegram was
circulated broadcast among the voters of dleliveredl to I'rofecsor Jim. W. Wideman,
the State. It is (or this reason that I ap- then te city te o lie se'nt to 1,.. .1. Ilurk-
pear la the public prints and employ beim of Gainesville for publication In
space in the Times-Union to call atten- the Daily SaIn of tle next nioriuing:
tion to the injury sought to be done me, "At the request of San nsutlse, pur-
hoping that its circulation may be as ex- porting to represent thie white officers of
tensive as the falsehood winged a month the negro ilIhtistmial school, I invited
ago and already republished in several Washington--had not thought of doing
Qtwspapel ofthe qtate. so before-to make an off program ad-
4t is 2y purpose now simply to call at- dress in Gainesville during the confer
tention to this forgery, not to attempt to ence. Never once thought of using high
correct any of. the many other misstate- school auditoriums. Supposed that I was
ments lftlited on me in the said lengthy favoring Caiueaville. My position on
eulogy; ths correction was successfully the negro question is too well known to
made drutin the sq-c1sled'tlachua cam- have to restate it. Washington will
PAigi," tt b qetqs without avail, as the speak in place of your selection, and
qntne qld qtoles are rehashed, republmeb- only such persons as desire need hear
0l, and are qow served out to the voters him. Gainesville must stand by me
of the State. Nor is it my purpose to at- when trying to subserve her interests."
tempt to leoen the excessive pride my I do not know that the telegram was
opponent nia&ifeats in parading before ever published, bit it reached Gaines-
the people his "gifts" and the many ville, was scrutinized and discussed, as
small honors he has received. I, myself, was everything else from me about that
have been therecipient of some such hon- time upon that subject, for when i reach-
onr, yet I feany that the public feel but ed Gainesville qq tAe morning of Peb-
little intetesat ia his or my private me. pary a several citizens told me that they
nlentos aaq4 c3CF lea gylat was said on had seen my telegram and that everyone
heir rsattloabt either by those deliver- was satisfied except those who desired to
ng or reesivlng them. Nor shall further make political capital out of the affair.
reference be nade to the nice and eclo. [To an Cu mcl -d Tue^'asy.] .
gistie manei tO which he can write of
bhlmelf, i a ft that that he furnished Dr. Cramer Mler9
the copy for the long and laudatory ar- Notwithatbndl!qi the fact that the
ticle. l .,. weather was extremely bad last night,
,Nohatr ~sti -to te undedthe o- there was a fair sized audience at the
(hat yo dao eo, under the C h a Dr.Prank
ubhed, 'the hokeltr Waahington Affair, First Baptist church to bear Dr. Prank'
astntrods~ior to bringing in my letter W. Cramer. of Tallahasee, preach.'
iidoo to bragl in r Most of those presnt were representlve
to Deboe, he paMt hia own eonarttctlpon memle.s of the Baptist church, though
apon my ,teer mlep nte the facts, there were a few church peoplC af other
preasnme to eODltU my motives, and denotninations at the qw1vlpa, and a.l
s ys: "As v' Mldof tUri fact, we pro who board r. Craner were pleased with
ace ~.I toq OIJSIiWer t of the able sermon they hatrd.
)eid rtui L it a 'moopfy" 'I- The Doctor left early this morning via
s pet o a ool asu the pub- the.8A. L. railroad for is ho.e at Tal.
Uihed mt i a,-1e copy of lhase, where he is pator of the fBap-
is dhll a~ : la etter-book tdMlirch. It ishoped by tho maMa
i my r of tha hurcti who bhard hip t
arT te ot h fl rt will set be bhis lat in our midst.
..eep'e rse,. t. rWh e e=r Dr. ,er =W the "~ o A
o aaslmq.d f e mive.r, at Lheir
S' d plant hCsef i E s.t Gaines~ille.
tl I eben e o Wrotsl t. ollr" *bflr r
r "-"^f M ^a" It.. i i sh ~m ,v eto a d. It0. OW
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.FOR OUR COUNTY
Tanp:i Capilalists Will Locare
HAVE IHiU;(HT TIMtBER LAND.
Will Locate Mill and Works
Itetween Newinans Lake
Dr W. hI. Sibley, of this city, is au-
thorily for the statement Ihat a company
composed of Taumi p.i cnaitalists and oth-
er, lIm\e Imought a large tract of land
from hill amld other,. inl that section of
the countty lyliig nndl being between
Newians ],,ike anl Fairbanks, and will
proceed at once to erect a large saw mill
plain on thie property, for the purpose of
sawig aind Iconverting into merchantable
stuff the imnlseuise amount of cypress and
other timber with which the land is cov-
i)r. Sibley says the company has al.o
leased his farm and buildings near Fair-
banks, where the men employed by the
company will be placed. We could not
learn further particulars from the Doctor,
but from the information furnished by
hinm we are led to believe that Alachra
county is to have another industry of no
significant proportions at a very early
The Bronze Pigure and Kirby Smith.
The editor of the Star regrets exceed-
ingly that a few of his readers are so
ready at all tiunes and under all circum-
stances to misconstrue some of his ex-
pressions, and the motives prompting
same. The man does not live, and has
never died, who has or ever had, a more
profound respect for Confederate Veter-
ans and Daughters of the Confederacy
than does the editor of this paper. His
father was a Confederate Veteran, and
but for the fact that the editor was not
bor. soon enough, he would have beed
If there were doubts in the minds of
any of our rMaders about our feelings on
the subject before, it seen to us that our
utore than a column of original and will-
ing write-up of the 'Unveiling" exer-
clscs here on tlhe r9th inst. should have
removed those doubts. We are not pre-
pu:el to believe that anything we said in
hiat write-up was objectionable to any
reasonable usait or woman who read it,
nor do we believe that the flattering per-
sonsil mentions made were wholly unap-
preciated; but -we have learned with
surprise and regret, that an editorial par.
agraph that appeared in the Star at that
time about what an old colored woman
said about the bronze figure and Kirby
Smith, did give offense to some, and we
are worry of it-not sorry that we said it,
for we did no wrong; but sorry that any-
body became offended at what we said -
intending no olnane.
No man or woman in Gaidesville, or
anywhere else on the face of the earth,
honors the memory of Kirby Smith more
than we do, and no one more than we
respect the noble ladles who delight to
honor the Confederate dead. Wie'fave
wronged nobody In this matter, and if
those who think we heae will re-read,
we think they will reconsider and be
ready to join us in regrets.
We put this on our local page because
it is intended for our home readers.
HOWARD SMITH DEAD.
Excellent Young fan Died Wednesday
At an early hour Wednesday morning,
at his home in this city, Howard Z.
Smith, only son of II. M. Smith, paid
the debt that every one must sooner or
later pay, when his spirit took its flight
to the Qod who gave it, leaving his mor-
tal body still in death.
Deceased was born in 8andersville, Ga..
about thirty-three years ago, but he came
with his parents to this city when only a
small child, and here he was reared and
had many friends.
He was a member of St. Patrick's
CaithboUol ohurob., this cIty. He had not
bees strong for years, and for the past
several months bad been unabsl to leave
Deeasd leave to mourn bhis taking
way a father and two -ites -MiLea
(hure and Catherine Smith-and other
rdatves, end many friends.
The interment will he in Ekewgren
aessurytlday, and *v'. P. J. tLrc, of
it PRis*ek Cmtholie dahseh will conduct
Tun a eCteoada sympathy to ie
bereesed reuaUy sad fiende of the do-
am Water to jam,
Gus Watrs, wMU "Mo r-t"awa y"let.
e* In thssungte4s on"g t at Oowl sdo
C"5, ww O iwn, utwy )aII ban
Weds esaiSW osoy s M tI W.t-1 he&*em
he t~r he ante PY tlid~ ';rl~:Di~E*.
*0UPrU '0*. a~-lr~r a~
~tr.Jlr .ni4l ~
We utou o .me u wo (ainu o blMw l ooxks ike strainnag a point to ",
wis seo amu te4 icrl b0 Ina mhe som hlin to write U .bo
er-p aa d. o.-
S havet ..,n '
d Y US ran
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TIE JURY LIST,
Men Drawn to Serve on Jury for
Thie following is a list of persons who
have lieei drawn by Clerk IH. ('. Ielmiton
iir pieemnce of county Judge II. G Ma-
soin Iai Deputy Sheriff M. S. Cheves to
serve on 'the grand and petit juries for
the February term of the circuit court of
NAMI ., AND POSTOIF'ICIC A I>IR KSI'SS.
J. It. Vidal, Gainesville; t It. l.euis,
Alaclhua; R. T. Thomists. Willhford; G.
B. Crosby, Island G.ove; J A. Emserson,
Tacma; J. W. McCollmin, Gainesville;
J. A. Bradshaw, Archer; .1. M Ilevill,
Arrelonda; Southern Ward, O)range
Heights; Geo. W l)yal, l.aCross; A. CG.
Richarlson, Tacoma; Richard C. Davis,
Alachna; II. I. Rosesnburger, Micanopv;
J. W. Carter, Micanopy; C. F. Jolly,
Waldo; W. H. Smith, Williford; J. 11t.
lMixsjn, Gainesville; M. A. Densler, Ar
redouda; M. I)avis, I.aCrosse: W. H.
H. Ilollrldge, Grove Pa.k; W. I. Lewir,
Alachua; W. N. Wilson, Gainesville;
Geo Dampier. League; S. K. Dupuis,
Aiachua; W. II. Rvliere, High Springs;
H. C. Martin, Island Grdvr; A. G.
Iamb, Mic.nopy; A. W. Bonnell, Osce-
ola; G. W. Hyde, Gainesville
This term of the court will convene on
Tuesday, Ifebruary 16.
WILL OPEN SUNDAY.
Uslnsevlile's Winter Bible Conference.
The great Winter Bible Conference,
about whioh so much hMs been said and
written during the past few months, will
begin in the great tabernacle in this city
nc xt Sunday morning, and will continue
foi a period of two weeks. Extensive
a'ratgements have been made for the
coming of the conference and a grand
time is expected.
Tie tabernacle w:1l accommodate 2,000
people, and it Is hoped that it will be
filled from the first. taats are free-no
charge for adumlssion-and everybody is
invited to attend.
People who reside in the country, or
nearby towns, should not fail to attend.
The music alone will be well worth the
cost of a tr'p ien or twelve miles, and
many of the preachers and lecturers who
are to be here have a national reputation,
and should be heard by all who can pos-
sibly attend the conference. Remember
the conference opens next Sunday morn-
ing. Come-bring yonr family and
BACK FROM URAND LODOB.
Hligdon and Bndel alks-Endel's P.
G. M. Badge.
At the regularcommunication of Lodge
No. 41, 1. and A. M. [p this city Wednes-
day night W. 11 Higdon, W. M., and M.
Hndel; 1P. G. M., interested those present
very much with talks about what they
saw, heard and did at the session of the
recent Grand Lodge in Jacksonville.
Both gentlemen declared the session
was an interesting and beneficial one,
and Mr. Endel exhibited a beautiful Past
Grand Master's gold adge awlsch was
presented to him in open lodge during
the session of the recent Grand Lodge in
Jacksonville. Mr. Endel admitted that
be was so overcome with agreeable sur-
prise and hearty appreciation when the
badge was presented that he could hard-
L, Batl' io'trltehoua.
Two colored barbers, one an old man
and the other a younger one, had the
shop. The young one took off his apron
and started for the door. '"-o's gwine
to get a drink?" asked the elder. "Diat's
what I'se gwine to do." "Go and get
yo' drink. Inaed to do de same thing
when I were young. When I wuz fus'
married dah wnz a ginmlil next to de
shop wlha, I wucked, an' I spent in it
fifty an' aebenty cents a day outen de
dtollah an' half I eahued. Well, one
nmwnin' t went into de butchab shop,
an' who shood come in but de mans what
kep' dellkker shop "'Gilb _oe tini
twelve poiuds po'terhoiuMe stak,m' hae
said. Re got It an' went out, I sneaked
up to de butehah and looked to ase what
money I had left. "'what do you want*
said the butchah. "'Gib me ten cents'
wuf o' libber,' wiu my remalk. It was
all I could pay fltr. 'Now, yeon g and git
ygar drink. YoV'll eat IJliber, bt da
man what aells you de stuff will hab hia
po'terbonse steak-de mantt behia' do ha'
eats po'terlamee; do mnin I front mta
Ibber. I ain't touLched de tl fo' thirty
years, an' I am eaUtn' po'4tqroute my.
A correction.' Pliticaf l nmmounmemmnts.
l)r. Strouse requests tihe Star to correct -
an erronteous impiremion that has gone Announcements under the above head,
ommt altiomig the peoplle to the effect that of reasonable length, will be published iin
an adinmisuion fee to thie liable Conference eaimI andt every isue of the TWiEi-A-
will tbecharged it will be free toall and hWItK STAR from now until the cam-
all are cordially invited to attend. paign is over for $5 for.each announce-
tentt. TtU CAsu must accompany the
Trv FIagan's market for hIest meats. copy for each announcement. Announce-
J. '. VI)eton of Mtncanopy was trinls- inents at this price must not contain
acting business in town Wednesday. more than TWKNTV LINSI, including
C. lriiikley of Jacksonville, was a bus- head iand signature.
iiess viituor to the city Weduesdlay -
C. W. Wells ot Aluchlitm was a busti- Clerk Circuit Court..
ierss visitor to Gainesville WtcdieslCaiv. To tIhe IDemocrats of Alachua CounIty 9
As the State Executive Committee
Do inot fail to attend the Bible confer- haveselected the Ilth of May for holding
encme opening in (inaiiscville next iindrlay, our Primary EIlectiot, I hereby announce
Clerk of the Ciretit court t of Alachta
sioner Iruum W'acahoota, was in the city county, atil I solicit not only the vote
1'ed ia"dity. lbut the iuplort of my friends to secure
'I'tere re io a iu er of guests nmy election. If electle, I protilse to
ere are ow a nu r of perform the duties of the office faithfully
anud iatilets at tihe tdd, i allows' IHome and fully. I make this promise knowing
and Salnit uriullt in 1lmii tstiy. thoroughly what those duties are. They
Rohlmi ixtsoi, oiste of time ,uilmstamltial have already been learned by experience,
Rob i o o e a and I trust that all Democratic voters
citizens of \Windsor, wias a ImlslneIsi visa- may consider my appeal In making their
tor to Gasilesville Wednesday. netelrtion.
If you want money to buy or bulld a Ies.ectfully,
home, ipy off innortIag, or estttrvnt for SAtUt. il. WIK a.
urotitahto Ilnvesttinett ameI Muverr. r- $I
W. J.-llModge, Alachna; J. F. )oiiald. Clerk Ciroult Court.
son, Monteochal, andi W orter, o- lFellow IDenocrata of Alacleia county:
chelle, were here on bnsinesa Wedneulay. I hlle'ry aitionnise mn3selt a candidate
foIr Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
In our shoe department we find 'tie contity, suhject to your action in the
a fent to lit feet, aslt we know to de- l)rmllo -iralt I'riumary. I solicit the sup-
feat, for our stock isa culmplete. 1.. L. port of all Ilemocratl, sand if I ant elected
itLllth. I proml.se In discharge the duties of the a
Miss Maggie Morrisoln, an accoulpllih- oefire to the very heat of iny ability.
ed young lady of IIlgh Springs, is the p.rectfully, M V DUL..
guest of Mrs. Dr. J. H. Alderman, this MA.
Giddinga' lair Grower dues the work. 'r tlhe Voters of Alaclhua County:
For Sale by lDr S. B. holdings, cuaines- I hereby inuounce myself a candidate
ville, and the Postofice Drug tore anti J. for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
A. Stephens, Hkig Springs, Fla. action of the next Democratic primary.
Capt. C. R. Layton and Ileut. J. W. If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best or my
lauding have returned from the meet- ability, and I solicit the support of all
Ing of the National Guards at St. Auigis- voters at the polls.
C. II. Crisman ol Micanopy, aind it. H.
Godwin of Hilgh Springs, are authorized
to take subscrptious and collect for tihe County Superintendent.
same for The Star. See them about it. I hIereby announce myself a candidate
Rev. J. B. Hulley, senior editor of the for tile office of Superntendendent of
southern Uaptist, was in the city from I'suIbic Ilstruction of Alachua county,
subject to thile action of the Democratic
his Jacksonville home Wednesday to visit Primary, tand respectfully solicit the sup.
his family here. port of all democratic voters.
Ilave you tried Giddings' lair Grower? Respectfully, K ..
Others have tried it and pronounced it J. KKLi.Ut.
good For sale ats. i. G.iddings' Drug
tore, ailnesville, and Postoffice Drug County Judge,
Store and J. A Stephens, High Springs County f Judge.
[ hereby anuoulnce myself as z eandl
J. K. Tuten, one of Archer's most date before the Democratic primary of
prominent and influential citizeus was Alachua county for reelection to the of-
atuong the business visitors to the Ceatral fce of County Judge. Havingfaithfully,
honestly and Impartially discharged my
City Wednesday. offlc-al duties In the past I pledge my
The smartest and daintiesi Infants font- honor to continue to do so in the future,
wear on the market, you will be aure to if elected, and will be very grateful .for
Afid in our shoe department. Infants' the support of the Democratic voters of
shoes from 25 cts. up Chilren's and the county. H. G. MAsON.
Misses' shoes from 75 cts. to r1.5o. It
will pay to give us a cCll. L. C. Smith. Tax Assessor.
Among the prominent business visitors I respectf.aly announce myself a a
to the city Wednesday were Capt. II. C. candidate for the office of Tax Assessor of
Parker of LaCrosse, and Ilon. R. II. Alachua county, subject to the Demo-
Weeks of Hawthorn. Having Ibeen appointed to fill out the
If your hair Is becoming thin try GOl- unexpired terns of iy predecessor, I now 4
dings Unparalleled Ilatr Grower. For ask the good people of Alachus county
sale by Dr. B. :iddlngs, alnevill'e. for their support at the polls.
and the 'oatoffice Drug and J. A I will do all In my power to make a
Stephens, Store. Ilirh Saorins, .faithful and efficient assessor and to make
., a more perfect set of tax books each su- .
J. J. Haymais, a prominent naval ceedllng year. Respee ully,
stores man at Lochlooa, was lit the city Wi.LIase CQLRN.
Wednesday, and favored the Stir with
the Prie oe a year's subscription. County Tesurer.
In our jewelry deportment w he e the yellow Democrant of Alahua County I
largest stock and tre handnadomct aut- I hereby announce myself as a sandl
meat of Jewelry to be fo.rnd aaywhare In date for reelection to thie office of County
town. Any taste may Le suited-ay Treasurer and I solicit the support of the
fancy pleased. L. C, .n.h. Democratc voters during the campaign,
Read the column under the head of and at the polls.
"'olitlcal Announcements" in this pa- Durmng my present term u treasurer
per, andoseewhoarnoun ctiyoura have tried to render service both faithful
per, and see who are solieting your s p and efficient and if elected for a second
port at the coming primary electlon. term I promise to be as faithful, and If
Col. J. W. Patton has been out this poisibe more efficient than 1 hae
week on one of his many land surveying a th W. I. sictfally
expeditions. It taees an ea.ly bird end W.
a bustler to get over more ground than T J. Moody, one of the A C. L rail-
CoL Patton. road's popular locomotiveengnlsers, with
Our "Blue Csoss" rubber heel shoes for headtqtarters at (ligh Sprigl allied at ]
ladies. a r the shoes for combo r. In our the Star ofibe this morning and u t- -
shoe department you will lind a deasr-i-m.
bie ue o. dress shoe at reasonable p.i- scribedl for the paper. Mr. Moody is now
cos. l. C. Bmith. on George Lyon's run, while that poi;-
The giecutive Committee of the 8sc. ular engineer is away taking a rest and
ond Colngrealonal District met nla 's- his friends amy to get armed.
it-lItaTr Wedia- y, a nIl ..ranged Dr. Merritt Corthell, the specialist
campaign dates, and transacd such oth- whose ad appears In the Star, passed
er buasln as came before II. through the city yesterday en route to
The fronts of the store ocupled by High Springs, having ben requested to
Matbeon, Bnurkhelm and kdelstren, on do so by some of the High Springs pea-
the north side of the .square, are being pie. lie will be ere--at the Kauf.misan
aleely pmlnted, and. the paint Is adding House-Pebruary 4, sad those who wnat
very mterially to their already alnce ap- thel eyes tested and glses fitted should
pearanee. se rhim on that ocoalon.
"Kihg Quality" Shoes for Men at 53.So5 It is too had that any editor or reports r
54.00 and f5.uo, are a cof*mtt of "t l should mske so many incorrect stat e.
style, Baumh,perfctt odmnfoeandetna
lotg wear. J, D. Madmeloa, Sole As mtt. mts about matter In which the peopl
Tan e .m tmd that the people, when they q
T Afu emor W, Wm Mof h be a atement In hbis papersalmt t lnavs
outol thedtymost d teremts y tpeentlyt to the same dealed or
He has ble goaig hi. rend to the to s t t ih u th the paper.
Office in Miller's Law Escbange.
Home-of the Orange.
Ilo 7oAt. o N r.Wtuaar.
The land of Ge(m, SWkar
Openges, OMlll bee
e'r Cubon LAnd AdeMrw
Andrews & Todd,
ainesrmTl id i .
Pua Yon Landff tb
J. Runki., Pvtpiotopt
Dr. MefitiU 9o0thbsll,
TO REMAIN IN
FOR SEVERAL DAYS
REMEMBER THE DATE.
Tile New Traveler Hotel, H. W. He;-
ock proprietor and R. W. Campbell a
i|stast manager, is the place to op
whent yoI go to Jacksonville. Nice
oat., good table f(re, reasonable ates,
and centrally located-on Bry street, In
business center. Mr. Camuhell is of
Waldo. Alachua county, anrlT will af.
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
fromt his home county when they go to
When you g to Jacksonville and went
good fare ad polite attention at reson-
able cot, Inquire for the "TmravelmR
tel," and when you go to OGrin Cee
Springs stop at the Riverddo Hloto, d
which Mr. Ilancock sl also proprietor.
The undersignel d having been appointed
administrator of the etatae of Mr. A.
L. Stringfellow, deceaed, note sa her-
by given that creditors ew, or dis-
tributees and all persona bsavg claims
or demands against the said estate to
present such claims with the time pre-
scribed by law. All persons Indebted to
maid estate will please pay amounts to
R. L. SraliNOiMLLOW,
t J+-~l-t 6 ... 6.- U- A I- AtJie
Administrator etate Mrs. A. It, Stnr-
C. C. THOMAS,
ATTOINKV AT LAW,
Opposite Brown House,
'Phone No. 97.
ATTORNVV AT LAW,
'. 'I I II I
i"" '': : :
I Ttif LIVELY DEBATE IN SENATE
"'' Gorman Resolutlon of 'Inquiry Into
/ Panama Matter Adopted-Till-
ilns Maltreat Japanese t man o =ucse, Rec.s ..
,,. ,. Appqlntmente.
Women and Children. p m
,. hingtl special gays: 'Th1
't Iday adopted the re.solstlor
I QUIET AGAIN PREVAILS 'M coucernbg" ar..I M and*
..,-- a p4dtlon., Istenoi t 4. jnbh onc
the Panama questlop by: Vit.' olilver
'altpan Lands Large Force In Korea and another on the sUboeet of recess
Wlila Ruelans Cross the Dead SaJUi g~otaei n Wg.. 0 FbLraL..Tillman.
Line at 'Yalu, Thus Creating Mr. Dolliver defbdo l the course of
Serioua Breach, the e4smIrstggj 'I ,Panama. con-
teo4ing Uta It Was patrlotic through-
,' The. correspondent of The Lo.ona ei' 'the main point of
I.- ea at Toklo, Japan, eays le4 rk th tt reolutlon adopted:
tcelved there from Vladlvotoc e +ea, That the pioaldent be
4are ft party of Russl.ia marles la4a. t"gtid, If not in Iais Judgment In-
d at Vladivostoh and Otble with the public Interest,
ucd at Vladl0the Jau eersidenPs-an o Iform the senate-
subjeted the J eaee rdidnenS Lo "1. The date when, and the circum-
great volenCe s taces under whlen the United States
Thelr Wr~ tjb four houli, has used a military forco In the jn-
maltrntted women Inflicted, wounds ternal affairs Colombia, under the
sPon ie d person atd clReldren. treaty of 1846 .whether such use of
The .tiotl lasted for twenty hours, mi(tttry onr, v was on the Initiative
The r$oten oere acmlopaaer b of the United States or by the request
their Officers, according to the let- of Colombian.
terms flom Vla4qiostock, and were not *S. Also, to inform the senate
restrated bythe civil authorltles. no t e
eaptraed bythes civil authorities whether or not the United States has
Japilpese newspaper advocate the bees saled by Colombia to eoecuto
IthbdswAl ot all Japanese from Slb- by armed force, either the guaranty
rlaan ask what ay be expected in the neutrality of the Isthmus or
. h a Lnt of hostilities if such things of the sovereignty of Colombia. over
occur 4uring'.eace. the same.
'Spegal dispatches from Seoul, pub- And also.to inform the senate
lahpd In London Sunday morning, re- in which, if any. of the Ilsturha.cos
mt _e resignation of Y1 Y OaU Onu
ot e st of minister of war, ow-t on the Isthmus of Panamas rh United
wo We post of minister of war, ow.State employed a rullltary force,
tag to0la anpopularity with the army. solely on its own Iulllalv, an un
He' 4sne d14.patches say Yl Kun Invileo by th government owning the
ang as been ap-pointed Roti'eSa ind- Ifthmts.
later at W4abhgton. "4. And also that he will inform the
Japkh6tsb" Land Force 'n Korea. senate of the dates when and circum
A St. etersburg special says: Re stances under which -the Unlked
ports of an alarming nature continue States has employed military force In
to pour out of the Far East. These the lnteranl affairs of Colombia."
ftolude the statements that the Jap- Mr. Tlllman was recognized to speak
amtese are landing an army at Ma- on his resolution relating to senate
am-Po, Korea. and that three by- recesses. His remarks referred es-,
4red Russian troops are crossing thepeally to the nomination of Dr. Crum
talt river. The reported dispatch of peecally to the nomination of Cru
to be collector at Charleston. 8. C.
SChinese army of soldiers trained by Mr. Tillman disclaimed any Intan-
ropeas officers beyond the great tion to consider this as a party qu
Wall to preserve order In Manchiurla, ton toconsderdthts rte
,eOi not be confirmed, and the reports ton,et aed asmet olth as
Ot' the Sapamese at Ma-Sham-Pc and to prevent too establishment of a
t' ahe u anesL at e Yalu are icanrd harmful precedent and to And out
the Rurssians L the Yalu are daiscret te a hoh o o
whIted at the foreign ofitInSt Peters. wbat the senate thought of a "con-
urged at the Japaforeign ofsce in St. Peer. strhctive recess." He said it had re-
atained for our present executive tn
assert the right and exercise the
TROUBLE WITH KOREANS. power of mklang appointments be-
tween 12 o'clock and 12 o'clock of
Panatlb at aeoul Attack American 'the same day.
TrIliy Cas Becoause a Native Mr. Hale took exception to the
statement that the president hld
Wa4 Aeoldentasly Killed. committed himself to the propositlan
'A W Ot. rA.tion special says: T.he as set forth. As for himself, be did
' SMate depUatment BSnday received of-
i alal Iffatatlon of an attack by a
r""-1 f native Koreans on an electric
S .... eoul, the line being owned by
JAmerlnas, because of the fact that
It had killed a Korean. The news
came ia- te followlag ablebgrm, re-
Celved under Sunday's date from Min.
later Alien, at Seoul:
S"Thi morning, on the electric rail-
Sw which Is the property of Amerli
cea citizens a Korean was accidental
'y and unavoidably killed. Thereupon
SIL in0b of natives attacked and partial-
,y destroyed the car. The operator
/of the car would have been Injured
had It not bean for the presence of
mind and action of our guard and so-
rlous riot would have occurred."
Although there have been previous
reports of disturbances In Korea, this
; a. the first mob attack made thus Inr
an the property of Armelcans. The
railroad is owned and operated by
Americans, H. 11. Bostwlck, of San
r: ancleco, and H. Collbran being I .
pn prt al officers. It runs through the
S heart of Seoul, tLor~s n capital.
.. .The guard, wlotaeseelhg rescue,
1' 0=41 from tfr .or! Mr .t a gtloh. It
,e0ulsts of 100 marines, who were'
S ent theri fbpme tine ago to b'e on
S sand for the prot.clioR of Americans
n. ad their p te I ,elnforcemfehth
x!i o thisbwawami' hasa-'ben brged, anda
r could be raad; t a e'afk'e tJlaw.,,'ir
r. detail of marine lrom.tatecPb)isPies.
but nothing bhA been decided on this
point. Conditions In Korea are rec-
0alxaed to b titlcal, and the state
:Gparvtnlq^& ,W eeping In close tournh
with the a tuaston.
* URTON tl,0r GRAFT CHAIHI.
Kansas Senator Indicted on Nine
y ounts by St. Loels -Jury.
The tO1 ~t~' dipO ai St. 1,-
a Mdfts J~epb .- i.,i3 6 n, UniTe
,wtat s0a 5 Ir= ( Kansas., charging
hbtms a nl i counts with accepting
fiv checks of $100 ach from the
SRialto Grin and Becurity Company,
. while a Uqited States senator, for his
alleged services eding with
IM poetmast S- postof-
L napee t qad ot cllu c alS"
t.n duee'Ah m 19 g q s1able
lon th go
onat & .' El.f
t'R@OS L CkAMn MORM0 N.
irpto ia, Is l Given Job of Mini
jramer 6 afe*e City.
7'pl~o la hpatch sayS: On
nation of Senator Hepburn.
a the president Monday up
I 't1i"4 Wo0esy, a former
4@t 1' 'chprgh, to be
6 i"o ~ Lt y. Tit. I
,t on rivlbresa i
e tt tsare
not accept the theory of a construc-
Mr. Tlllman quoted a letter from
Becretary Shaw concerning the ap-
poilnmntn of Collctor C.rum, taking
the position that there bad been a
constructive recess between -he time
of the adjournment of the late extra
session of congress and the beglglong
of the present regular sesslo-. This,
Mi. Tlllman contended, was In viola-
tion, of the constitution anb he also
contended that there was no common
sense In the plea that there was any
Interregnum between the extra session
and regular session when one was im-
meldiately adjourned to prepare for
Mr. Sponner suggested that tie re-
sRilt of following Mr. Tlllmnn's reason-
ing would be to cause many vacantces
In response Mr. Tllhlan satd:
"Thlt is the first point I have over
heard the senator nake, but. it won't
Mr. Spooner cited the possible case
on an emergency military appointment,
but Mr. Tillman replied that there
were always officers in hand to per-
form the duties required anil he said:
"'hat won't do, you'll have to shout
again." lie did not objec-t to inter-
rltlons, he said, but wanted all the
light be could get ;r," he said, "I
have some thundering stuff hero on
Mr. Tllman then quoted a number
of precedents In support of his posi-
tion. Among other utterances quote'l
were those o'l Chas. Sumner and Joihn
Bhefman, both of whom the senator
CONFEDERATE DAY AT ST. LOUIS
A tual Convention of Daughtere Also
to Be Held During the Fair.
rq. A. T. Smytho, of Charleston. S.
d.'presldent geonoral of the Unliod
daughters of the Confoderacy, and
Mrs. A. W. Rapley, of St. Louis. pres-
ident of the Missouri district. United
Daughters of the Confederacy, have
notified Mra, John P. Hickman. of
Nashville. Tenn., secretary general,
United DtEaghte~r of the Confederacy,
t hat the tafnual convention will
io held n :lt. Ltoual Octofbr 4th to
ttb, 191)4,' a" that October 7th hnas
boen dealg atd Confederate day at
the pLoutatlan Purchase expositon,
FIlP"FTRN 'AILORl GO DOWN.
Gche Wrcks ISehoonlr and Only Two
of Thas* on Board are Saved.
FPtteen lives were lost In the wreck
of the four-mnated. schooner Auguitat
Hunt 6i' Weathampton, Long island.
Saturday. ~it' other. who were on
board *ore a bvd. Thrpuab the dense
log the cries of the doompt atew ap-
pealed Tor" h'et) "-lt (' Urtt 'Wi9
tried repeatedly to reich the wrefk,
but without success.
R MlRGAN URGEtS ANNEXATION.
I.ator Declares Canal Treaty Con,
'I. ip .. that Reetlt
"* : l iWe .:i"ro ard' 0 the su.'
it t Mra s oke na
*iit Abel 1I nesr
-Colonel Lynch, who commanded
the Irish briade fighting for the
Doers' In South Africa, and who wad
sentenced to life Imprisonment, has
been released by ordor of King Ed-
-Reports from the Far East are
that Japan Is landing a largo force In
Korea and that Russian forces are
crossing the Yalu river.
-It Is said that Presldeint Roosevelt
will refuse to be drawn. Into any
factional contest in Ohio between
Senators Hanna and iloraker.
-The Produce Exchange bank, of
Cleveland, Ohio, has been forced to
the wall owlsa to a defalcation orf
8170.000 by Cashier Rose.
-A line ot steamers as to be pnt
on between Columbia. S. C., and
Georgetown, giving the Carolina capi-
tal all water routes to Charleston
and New York.
--The coroner of Chatham county,
Ga., declares the caath of Mrs. Ellsa
Dickerspa to be due to a beating ad-
mluatered by her husband., She had
several ribs broken.
s-.The senate hau adopted the (ar.
malt reol"tiMea providing for au In-.
P*urre oms rrain aalm sa Panama
--W, 0. MWCor, ,0 prutjtnuent un-
dert4l~tat flnar nlei; Teasn., hAs been
Stwat'a thr .yu ears t the tate penl-
tetitltt S ~l*, oartgq of making talse
tr 4 als. ,
Ice' li orseft.
:1os 140l p
iCrei u: u;u
*risf Sumpnsry of Most
I Important' t ventt
of lela h tiny.
-By the decision of Judge Fergu-
SOn in New Hanover, N. (Cf, supeirlor
court in a murder trial, only freehold-
ers can Occupy the Jury box In North
Carolina In capital cases.
-The supreme court of Mississippi
lias declared against the sale of the
Southern's Itta Bens branch to hoe
Yazoo anu Mississippi valley.
-A vagrancy law modeled after the
Calvin law of Georgia has 'been pass-
ed by the Mississippi house.
-Monday the senate heard'further
discussion on the question of appoint.
ments to office made during congress.
sional recess, listened to a speech on
the Isthmian canal question by Mr.
Morgan and passed a number of bills
of a semi-public character.
The grand jury at Chicago In
vestlgating the Iroquois theatre ca-
lamlty has made its report, holding
Mayor Harrison, the owners, manager
and employes of the Ihicatro for action
of thd grand Jury.
-J R. Sartaln. of ChlItumaiiuga,
C;a., has It.en Instrnmental in expos-
ing a land company, with headquar-
ters at Minneapolis, MInn., which is
adverllsing '"homes for our poor in
-At Nashua, N. H., treasurerr Gog-
gin, of the trust company, is under art
rest, accused of embezzling between
$80,000 and $100,010. He says ihe
took the money to aid a friend.
-President Roosevelt has appoint-
ed 11. Smith Wooley. a former bishop
of the Mormon church, to be assayei
of the mint at Boise City, Idaho.
-The house, Monday, passed the
army appropriation bill, carrying ap-
proximately $76,000,000, after adopting
a number of amendments.
-The Far Eastern situation has
again become strained. It is stated
that Japan will declare war unless her
demands sre'granted, and It la not be
Ileved that Russia will entirely back
-Mra. N. C. Harris, of Denizsa.
Texas, who died Sunday, a the an.
cestor of 250 prseons. sev*eteen chli-
drea, sixty-eJght grnadrhtldrW and
165 great graadcMbtidr
-Mayor Camteans. of Greeairboe.
Alt., has Ised a call for aid cm the
storm sufferers at Moundsville- Al
contributions should be s-er to him
-NeZro mob at Guthrie, Ky.. lydch
one of their race, charged. wl-.h the
murder of an old negro woman. The
mob attacked the marshal, knocked
him down and forced the keys of the
prison from him.
-The national secretary of agricul-
ture has approved .the plans for the
cotton boll weevil investigation in the
southwest, for which a special appro-
prlation of $250,00) has been made
-With an empty pistol. Mrs. Got
wals, wife of the warden of the Jail
at Norristown. Pa., prevents two pris-
oners, who had beaten her husband,
from escaping from the prison.
-Six blocks of frame houses at
Sour Lake, Texas, destroyed by the
flames Sunday. Fire also burns fiva
brick buildings at Texarkana.
-Literary circles of Boston are Rgt-
ting up a fund to be devoted to caring
for the grave of Bill Nyo at riotcher.
-Tho mercury at St. Paul, Minn,
Sunday registered 27 degrees below
zero, establishing a new record.
-A mob of Koreans attack an eloc-
tric car at Sooul, the line being own-lI
by Americans, because It hadn killed a
Korean accidentally. The motorman
and conductor would have been killed
but for the prompt action of the lega-
-The fire which swept over Al les-
und, Norway, Sunday morning, de-
stroyed every building in It with the
exception of the hospital. The eleven
thousand inhabitants were compelled
to camp In the open Holds.
-Mobs of soldiers at Seoul, Korea,
loot the houses of the wealthy.
PROMINENT MINISTER DEAD. HOLLAND SOCIETY BANQUET.
Rev. Dr. J. 0. Branch Succumbs to the Large Attendance at Annual Dinnea
Grim Reaper While on Duty. ef Members in New York.
QOver 400 members and guests of the
Rev. Dr. J. O. Branch, presiding lolland Society of New York attended
elder of the Valdosta district of the the annual dinner.nat the Waldorf-As.
south Georgia conference of the Moth- loria Thursday night. The list o:
odist Episcopal church, soath, presi- inasl. Included I'Tecj" V. J. Bry-
dent of the board of trustees of Weos "n; "Hollnnd. Our Ally in the Ro"o.
leyan Female college of Macon, presi- hitIon." Rev. George Lorlmer; 'The
dent of the board of trustees of The i friendly Reltitons of the Dutch with
Wosleyan Chrlstlan Advocate, the or- Other Nations. Sir Clhen-Tung I.ang
gan of th thh and south Ge3rg'a Chong; "Our Hero Anrestors," Jamesr
conferences, published In Atlanta, and .1. Perk.
one of the beat Knowp Methodist mln- A letter from Pre.i-.ent R.osevell
stLeras n Georgia, dled at Moullrle was read expressing regret at ;u1a ra.
Sunday night ability to antoiiil.
HOPE FOR MINERS GONE. FOUGHT FOR LIFE AND HONOR.
All Men Entombed In Harwick Mine Ycung Woman Teacher Foully Mur.
Believed to Be Dead. tiered In Bedfdrd, Indiana.
A special from Plttsburg Pa.. sav.i At BedCord. Ind., the body of Miss
The last hope for the llves of any n' Snrah Schaefer, teacher of Latin In
I the 184 men entombed tn the ri.rwTr' the Bedford High school, was found ii
mine of the Alleghse-y Cn-1 Coml n' a carriage house Saturday morning.
two miles from Chesw'ck, Pa., wa gliv She had been assaulted and robbed
en up Tuesday when GCenr-- \Wv nad to body was badly mutilatod.
Schools, manager of tbemmlne, al itl The appearance of the shed Indicated
ted that he believed that not on o a terrlfe struggle with her aasallaat.
them would be brought out alive.
GUARDS AT ST. AUGUSTINE.
TO PROBE MOOT CHARGE ----
--- Interatlonal Aesoolatlon Assemblei
Senate Ceommlttee on tlektleon De. With Many Repreaentatlve.
sl ie to Investiate Whlle Matter. ~ho annual convention of tie latOr-
AcordtlGg to a Washblngton dispatch .tate National 'Guards' .AbselatUl
the senate committee on prSivlltgea convened in St. -Agustt n Rla.. Mol
.a eJeetoaUns bhas Clai to lnrsti- 'ay, with a l'lare am a dgof e ..
S et heagea SUa' flilsSt iteeD *i'ntative prewst locliatg Uass.s o
the koftVW, gMater from the "mat 4 .tp ,;
'. ,. .- s .' .-r'-.
T IJ U SENTOMB w".nnu
SLands at 'Friae and Talks of Sltta.
tJu.n In ePhilpplIhIe--C6mbe to Take
Explosion Ciuses Horror in Root's Pj*ace 8 ar Sorey.
Pennsylvania Pit. Former Ooverhor Taft. of the Phil.
Ipplres, arrived at San Fradclmao eat-
urday on the steamer Korea. With
him wdre lirs. Taft, therr two thl.-
TWO HUNDRED VICTIMS dren, Pred Carpenter, his secretary
and Judge Wolfley, attorney general
of the Philippines, who Is traveling
Another Deadly Tragedy of the Penn. with the governor'k party on his way
sylvania Coal Fields is Added to home, on leave of absence.
the Aliready o List-Re- Later Governor Taft boarded the
the Already Long Ll eastern overland train for Washlng-
cuers Balkej In Work. ton. On arriving at the capital he
-will at once assume his duties as seec
A special from Pittsburg, Pa., says: retary of war.
Mr. Taft talked at length to a rep-
Nearly two hundred men were en- resentative of the Associated Press
tombed Monday by an explosion in regarding conditions In the Philip-
pines and briefly on the Japanese.
the shaft of the IIardwicl mine of the Russlan controversy. No signlcanca
Allegheny Coal Company, near Cree- of a political nature, he said, need bo
wick. attached to the haste with which he 's
About 200 men, all told, were em- traveling. Secretary Root had been
played at the mine, 150 working inside rtaolned now cne month longer than
lie had expecced and was anxious to
and the remainder on the tipple. The turn affairs ovar to be settled so he
men on the tipple were badly burned could take up the practice of law in
by the explosion. With a loud report New York, which he had arranged to
and an upheaval' like an earthquake Ilo on February 1. Besides he had a
nthd n u l li khe p ear t ecopt inn dalced for the 29th instant,
the wood work of the tipple was de- at which h proposed to Introduce
stroyed. The walls of the shaft were Mr. Taft and make him at home offl-
filled with debris, rocks and earth, dlally in his new depart lent.
completely shutting off all escape for In regard to the trouble between
those In the mine. Japan and Russia and the general sit-
tnation that prevailed when he loft
From all that could be learned 'he Orient, ex-Governor Taft said itat
shortly after the catastrophe, between affairs looked quite warlike. He had
180 and 190 men are lying dead at (he hopes, however, that the crisis might
headings and passageways of the 2et be bridged over and peace pro
mine. Cage after iage was seut down served.
Into the mine and came up again, oit Governor Taft said that conditions
only one miner out of all those that in the Philippines were better than
went down to work had been brougnot (ver before, and he doubted if great-
to the surface. The rescued man.ls er tranquility ever prevailed, even un-
Adolph Gunia, and he was sill in a-' der Spanish administration.
semi-unconscloue condition. "We are looking forward,", he said,
The explosion occurred at 8:20 In'regard to the trouble between
a. m. and the first waning wa the road building throughout the Island.
sudden rumble underground, and then English and Belgian capitalists have
a sheet of lame followed up the deep so far controlled the field, but the
shaft Both minL cages were hurled people of the islands are anxious for
through the Upple. 20 feei above the the introduction of our American cap-
landia stage and the mea workijrg on tsl, which so far bhs not been forth-
the tipple were throw 14 the grouVed. coming
A mule was itrowat high above the "One Ameri.an syndicate, headed
BhJt and fell dead ca tl gruud. by a Mr \Sift. of Detroit. is engage i
The ima Jred were carrlie at otce to It 1e .rulisroct'tn of electric road
P:.tabaurg. where s.me S .f tibe hTcave l rrrtlgitig ie Elre.ms of Manila.
died sl.oe After the exIlaakw Ut, .th tI e r l ijec in view of extenelons
crash at the pit monioh start-le' the whitlh iiaJ co-n.-.-: the suburban
LUtite i-laCe. Tic tiies antd thiLdrem uimlttE-
of the meas ruamad to tCe cene rS Ut eI "Tue n un Lranchi lines have just
di ea1er-. bt tLo raLs Sa enoarge- ,'tee authorized by the government,
Iment Tbcre was nco waj 1to et lt.o o ne of tZ mjl]' and anoih'-r or 350
the deep worl2iIga. The rag-as that mnl!r. or i'e rti'- of the road now run-
let the men lato the mines and ring out for a dl'.an'e cf 120 mle-U
brought them out agaln wlien the Irom Manilt1 to Dagupan.
day's work was done were both demol "The ccn-us vilt oe published In
Ishl.d. All day long there was a jam October next and on that date, pro-
of women and children waiting at the vided the country is tranquil, as at
mouth of the pit. There were calls present. the government will aulhor-
for assistance, but It was not until i Ize the election of an assembly of iot
o'clock Monday afternoon that the 'ess than fifty, nor more than 100
first attempt to rescue was mwde. members. This assembly will be a
This was a failure, as the two men legislative body. co-ordin'e with the
who volunteered were driven back by commission, passing all enactmenie
the foul air. for the government of tne territory
The rescuers were brought out It will ba provided, however, Ihat
coated with Ice. drenched to the skin i should they fail at any, time to Dase
and unable to walk. They reported the necessary apprnpriatlons, the gov.
that the dead were scattered one (ernor and treasurer will have power
above the other as thick as pine nne- T to do so.
dies, and that water was fast pouring i "This will give the prc sent Philip
Into the mine. coverlnr the corpse., I pine commrislion two nand a half years
and with a shroud of oe and making mnro In whicl to co mplctto their ar
the work of resrue almost imptisailt,l. .tangenionts f'r ihe gRo- rneni;'nt of ti.]
Islands anti thel enar!ment of lhit
BILLS PASSED IN SENATE. I'hey nimy consli4er ne-ce.ssary loglsla-
Important Measures of Especial In- In reply to a quosctllon whtllhrr or
not te the Philippines were L.n a condi-
trest to tie South n to govern themselves Goi(rnor
A Washington dispatch says: Tihe Iaft said that they certainly were nIot
senate Monday passed the following at present nurt to maho a prodictllimn
iln the subject would be looking too
Providing for the appropriate mark. far into the future.
Ing of the graves of confederate sol-
diers who died in northern' prisons MILK TRU.lT IN CHICAGO.
during the civil war and appropriating -
$200,000 for this purpose. Big Dairy Company is Formed With
Authorizing the erection of a monu-
ment to the memory of John Paul Capital of Fcur MilIoflos.
Jones. Under the na ae of 'Tlhe Chlcago)
Authorizing the use of the water of Dairy Company," Chicago capitalists
the Coosa river, Alabama, for the gen. are forming a corporatioit designed to
"eratlon of electricity. control the mllk sttpplies in C(ilc:ig".
Authorlzing the construction of a Organized under thI' Inws of thr
light ship off the outer bar of Bruna- state r Maine, the company lias an
wick, Ga., and appropriating $90,000 i nuthorled capital uf foucr million dtol
for the purpose., lars.
CLEVELAND ON BRYAfl.
Ex-President Tersely Comments cn
Former President .levelan.l, w h
was asked by Lhe Associated Prea'1
correspondent for hi3 op alon on' W I
lldm J. Dryan'a statement, that no
man wh ovoled the Palmer Bluclkn.
ticket can be nominl-itd Iby tlo demo.
crat,. smiled and said:
"I have not a word ta say c.n th.-
matter, except that Bryan has got the
stage, let him go it. I guess that's
HEAVY FINES FOR PEONAOF.
Federal Judge Jones Assesses 41%,000
Against Two Alabama C'izncns.
In the United Statoe court rt 5Mont-
comery, Ala.. Thursday. Ro,:crt Franh
i;i and. F. M. Pruett, cl Goq,,wn:er
entered pleas of guilty nl ela~ll"en
cases of peonago 'pending against
them. There were twenve cases
againstt ltarklin and sit ;iga:uat Pro
Att. Jadge Joas fined tL.m $1,000 4m
.itt case, butjjurpeuded sentence tot,
COL. ,LYNCH GIVEN FREEDOM.
Commander If Irish BrligadL Liberated
en Uleeioe by King Idward. "
A ai dispatch says; C0oldi
Ar"11r flu.ch. tho trnsai*aS t*h
Sr .s ^.j tA
As La1attI for Piundeing of Oreaa
Prdbytrlaln t llOgls-4gQalal Con-
ference Aots Upon the Matter.
The champions of the proposal to
remove Columbia- Theologicasl seml-
nary snd the Southwestern Presbyte-
rian university from their present' lo-
cations and to merge them Aalt 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, had recom-
mended the founding of the Instltu-
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 confer-
A committee was appointed to draft
and submit a plan of cometnauton, 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 synods concerned appolut,
at their next meetings, members of
a provisional board of trustees for the
A minority report was offered by
three members of the conference. Dr.
W. McF. Alexander, of New Orleans,
the chairman; D. W. Pipes and A J..
McKay, wh' 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 al l pd..advantages are with the
If established In Atlanta the univer-
sity will be located To the northeast
of the city, between Atlanta and De-
The site rill be a part of 600 acres
of beautiful wboded hills, now the
property of the Kirkwood Tand Com-
unny. and it Is this company which
will donate the lands for the campus.
FOR GORDON MONUMENT.
Gen. 8. D. Lee Issues Circular Letter
Relative to the Matter.
General Stephen D. Lee. commander
in chief of the United Confederate Vet
e-ans, has Issued the following unoffM
cial circular relative to the movement
to erect a monument to the late Gener
al John B. Gordon:
"1. The great demonstration of
warm love and confidence shown at
the burial of Gonoral John B. Gordon
at Atlanta. Ga., and the abundant evil
dence of esteem manifested every.
where In our beloved southland and
also throughout our great republic,
suggests to the undersigned some con
centratlon of action necessary to a
qtick and successful movement to
oeoct a monument out of such funds
as may bA raised this year.
"2. TWhlile, commander In chlcl
of the Confederate Veterans' organiza-
tions, I do not think It proper to Is
sue. Id general orders, an appeal, still
as the successor of our beloved com-
wander and his personal friend and
dmlnilrer, I Issue this ca!! to every con.
federate organization, to divisions,
l.rigades ant camps of the United Corn
foderalo Associations; to the I.adles'
Memorial Assoclntion nndt Daughrers
Sons and Children of the Confederacy,
to take Immediate action and organize
to secure subscriptions to to secure a
"3. I also suggest to slates, citlct
and organizations generally to unite
with us In building a monument .
"4. I also suggest that a local corn
mrnlttee be promptly formed at Atlanta
to receive subscriptions for ihe monu.
ment at the home of General Gordon.
"BTEPHEN L. LEE.E'
FIRE TRAGEDY IN HOTEL.
Proprietor, His Wife and the Cafe
Manager Burned to Death.
At Marion, Ind., three people were
burned to death and ten badly Injured
In a tenement house firo.
The cause was a gas explosion fol-
lowed by flames and the building was
destroyed. The explosion occurred Iln
the Seltz building nj 'Philrty-eigtihb
street and Home avenue, which ws t
out State In May and June.
Florida primarios will be held
throughout the state in May and June.
this having been the decision of htll
executive committee, which met at
The fact is recognized that a ser-
end primary will have to be pulc'l
off, and the first was made for the
10th day of May, and the second a
There is said to be more aclivili
throughout the state at this time than
in any previous nominating elecllon.
SENATOR STONE ON CANAL.
Time of Senate Divided atween Pan.
ama and Other. ubjects.
The time of the senate Tuesday wva
again divided between the oensideras
lion of the Panama. question and other
subjects. There wad but one speech
on the canal ,and It wqay.at& e by Mr.
Stone, who spoke to a resolUtlon dl'
recking the senate eomaitatee on for-
eign relations to malie 'i Jilvestiga
tton into the Panama revOlt.
On New Orleans SiJSWeO .Sty sol
ldpa, b. g .~~~q.1f t aa e
.. "." aa .
Sis Kansas.City Platform
"Must Be" Reaffirmed,
RALLYING 'HIS COHORTS
In speech on "Moral Issues" in Madl.
son Square Concert Hall, Nebras.
kan SendaoProth Another "UI.
Stimatum"' to Democrase.
Every seat In the Madison Squate
Concert ball in New York was tak.an
Tuesday night when Wlllani J. iry.
nn began hTs speech on "Mural Isst.-. *
In the-audience there were mane
women while the body of tit Ihall was
more than half filled with clergy -m,.,
There was no presiding office, .%I.
Bryan being escorted to the platltoi,,
where he wab greeted wlit prolon. I
applause. He said in part:
"Why havr I flung away ambiii.tt,,
Why have I rejected this profln,,
-greatness, and been deaf to th(. .-it.
treaties of those who talk only of gK.t-
Ling together.' I want to know wlih
Lhey are getting together for, whiiiti r
io defend rights or to enter ulitl a
course of pillage.
"The trouble with our goverunm re
today is that 14 Is too much Influttun..
ed In its operations by men whoso rlti.\
loyalty is loyalty to the money liageg.
.Will it pay' has been substitultb rf,
'Is it right,' and as a consequence o,.
legisaltive assemble's' city, state and
national; are become auction rooms in
which governmental privileges ur-
knocked down to tlif highest bidder.
"An evidence that our city was hon-
estly seeking to benefit the masses in
1t96 and 1900 is Jo be found In tih
fact that our campaign funds were in-
sign'ficant In both campaigns, In 'R.
the democratic party collected a largi-
campaign fund from the corporations.
It spent more than $1,000,000 in the
two states of New York and Indiana
alone, and what was the result? Thi
most plutocraticit administration Ihil
country had ever known. We witncezs
ed a surrender to organized and prelda
tory wealth so abject and so complcit
that seven years of exile from power
have not entirely removed the stanl
from the party.
"You ask why I am opposed ,) lih
reorganization of the democratic par-
ty? Because I want my party to id
fne the rights of the people; I want
it to be the fearless champion of their
interests; I want it to present tile nior-
al issues Involved lu public questions
and to appeal to the public conscience
:'When the next democratic con'tn-
Lion undertakes to write a new plda
form. It will find the last one a un11it I
of clearness and conciseuess anti
square dealing, and I hope that Ih,'
delegates s to the convention we'll li' it-
structed by the various states to il
"And how about candidates? It dil"'
not matter much what the name itI
Ihe presidential candidate is. bttt n:
does matter what he stands for. nit-i
In what direction he Is going to i.-ail
the party. Let the republican pariv
t- challenged to meet the moral lssii .
presented-this is democratic, this
pin rot Ic."
Air. Bryan departed freqttontly fv io
the text of the address.
Alludlng to open sale of voles whi, h
h( said existed in Delaware, Mr BrTati
"It Is this commercialism that I. i.J-
bnitching our nation and betraying ottc"
country. I beg you to thunder om'
aga'nat this vicious principle and nir
try and stop It in some little wa.
in speaking of the corruption of vtt
Ing. he said:
"You cannot stop corruption witli
corruption, I believe that instead of
giving a man $5 to vote the ticket yo',
should take a branding Iron and braittl
him. It should be done to the conn
cllman who sells a franchise that b-'-
longs to the city; to Ihe member ot
then state legislature who betrays his
people for the rights of gain; the cnn
gressman and senator who allows cor-
ruption to wreck the laws of the land."
TWO FLORIDA PRIMARIES.
Democrats Wil Cast Ballots Through-
'wIsy A L.-u P A.
IwqmaAiis P"-NOT bre,
wmi.t mn s. 1mg.
Comruodoro Souierville MNilt.hl.on, of
tie United States N:ivy, lin a letter
front 1837 It St., N. \'., \Vltu ibii.oii.
D. C., says:
"Your Perunn has bei-n nmill Is now
used by so ianynn of in.\ friestinds nmid nm
qunintances as a isuIre Iu'-re for c'itltrrl
tliat I am convinced of' JIs <-lril.lite
qualities, alind I tlihi .i sil-i-- l| it rmil mian
Ine ni4 It to all pti-tolls linTi'lr:ff I:ifroli
that coinpIhlut,"-S- Nim.tl.-liiii.
Tlie highest miiin In II(ill mi n ii 1111
given Peruina n sIi.-ihlg iltn!, -..i-llint
Men of all re!sci',s iid stit.lions arr
if you do not dle-rive priomilt nal an.t-
Isfactory results flr iuo i thi* ii-' of I'l-
rian,. write at once to IDr. llrtliiinrn.
giving a fill staiieiintr 1' .of our C:i.si..
and lie will lo pl-i-nicd to gi e you hils
valuable advice grnlls.
Address Dr. Hlar;timi.in. Prs'ilPi-hn f o
The Hartmaln n ii llt rliliin. (,oli littis. O
Asa' Your r-agist for a free Peruna
Almanac for 1904.
Novel Winter rising.
Men and boys of the ,%et enl of
town have been Iainn a I irvessL
during the pa-t tlmr- mr fni-ir dlnii
catching fl h at RlonlplI'i nnI \\'.iit'-i
ponds, west of tonii i Durl g thi :
past salmmer, on acn ,llul .,f Is1, lilht
rainfall, the war. r i in i. o Io
ponds was very lmow: airI IIn f.. .
for the past tlir- i- .r- t:;r:i-:, lthr.r lihan
been no otllet firrni : i 1.i. iiid.
"W hcn thn fr.T' i-:i i. i ,,i tlih
.past ten da s rncan l,.-. : ,.ni f.irm icd,
andJ. ovuring ove'r)y rr hlme,. tasiii.
the fish to c-rmic ii t 11i n i tnl I.. Ii
hopes of gllting air. T'1'ir Icy whlii
first tested tl, 1. i n.: ii. iml ilri-i ,f
the Ice In holi ci f 11 Ir;i the first to
skate wero thb" ,'r ; io i .i *uvr.r IhI?
prcicamnnt o tih- fl hi.
The nenws .;I:i m:im-nil., antil la-t
Friday and Sailuidi;l:y I.)i ni..n and
boys were biu !lly cll' n~: iI In scqiriin
Iresli flh for i tiO t.il.i. Illaiclnh' x
and axes wereip i.--. nq i- !i d!-::lli drl
Ing ImplenienI.;. nid t\hicl a .-hoo ;
of fish wnore sighted Lobmahdli. ItI' hI e'
was struck n harnd Iln.v. "'i!.l n:-h
were stunne.l. A 10o1 wma; then
chopped through Iliu Icn and the flbl
aecutlod. Br1viral lnrinlrid pmminds of
flsh-n w re m. .cirm'r l. :i', iumn;jr, .Iv ou
them elni carrp -- I ,ioin (Ohio)
WASTE 01P' WORDS.
Miss WILLers--V'hinll Harorld k.issel-
me he told me tliat Iu- loved mie.
The Fricnd--Vk it a waste of
Miss Aice M. Smith, of Min.M
neaalM jB, M ln., tells how wo-
man's monthly suffering may
be permanently relieved by Lydia
E.P 4!i Veet4ableCo ppould
for any med cine, but Lydll
Plnkham's Voe ablo Compound
exception in this coa. For two yehirs
every month I would havo two days of
seere pain, and could find no rel ief, but
one day 'whcn visaiina a friend I ran
acrmtlia E'. PlIn T.p's Vege-
table CpnilDol Yi-UJ had used
It wiLtki etlwiis d advised
mo to try*l. I 44 t It worked
wlondera th la I now experience
no pain, and otly had to use a few
bittlea to brinp aboau uils wamdnrfilo
z chigv. I uwe it oocalonally now
when Iam exception tly tired or worn
o Urt M-l Auca M. SrrH, Som Third
Av. S,0iottb l MInapo s, Minn.. Chair.
41uBWIU WltimiR mimi'!
ina~le1ii Ciiintnmo uinnep")rMi
SW rtiftrl veROofdbff
S ILINT IALUTB OF THE JAPS.
They Are Naver Noisy. When They
Greet the Mikado.
At the recent grand review of the
Japanese fleet, when the Milado's
launch went by, the civilians removed
their top hats and the officer stoudil
saluting In absolute clonce. ri tnd
same profound silence hila Majesty
was received oi board the Asama,
linod along the sides with moLlonlc-a
men. There was something iutch
more impressive about Ilile than tl:o
most enlhusLaat!c cheering no%:'d
have been. It Is considered moro re-
epectful by the Japanese.
Only once was he granted o:hlicrwi-:,
which was considered Qulte an ota.
tlion. That was on Ihe occasion if
his entry after the victorious war wvith
China, when the enthusiasm and loy-
alty of the people burst forth Inio i:1
ovation such as few monarch lia,e
As he stepped on board the royal
standard was floated from the mizzen-
mast-a great crimso:i flag. ith lthe
chrysanthermum Iin gold, Piecrlsel'. in
9:30 o'clock the Asinma begau to imoivo
in the direction of the flo t. ani tit u
all the assen lblh_ s;!iil., Infiudiiig
thoso of foreign nallonallilcs, flilr a
royal sealuit s!nimltn:ior.iifly.
The Mayalco and Chiava trli h rip
their placos behlni the Asania. alhichli
slowly anad delil)oe-atel.v sit t nio l II. i
between the lines. She pissedl le
twcen the Japanese Amlliniil's tl iq;.
Fhip at. the head of thie I n,. ai:l- I .
Mhajosty's sl;lp (io'n-, thr nfla;si,ii olf
the British Admiral, wlhili, r- ., c
tively, hleadmr the linrs of Jpnlii- a
and foreign veP-e! ThiI heFin .r-- r
%was greet'tt with three Pe li.i : i chc. ,
as he passedl, and, as t.e Jal,.ri-,o
have taken the nrltiih Nt.xy nrs !tolr
model, each of tlr'? i;hiis to-il, I r t'
lhreo cheers to tie woi ., 'll, ii :,!"
(honorably ealutil ).
Includiiig tihe fliel-Tn -hll;n i .mi -
n ore four lint -3 Tlhe l Liina.iC' r-f I'.- ,
Japanose aiiiiilntril to "."'im ) (Ii:i.
Thlie Emiperi-r riasse-l lo ,\n i1J.-ivwe.-,i
Ihe first and second an.I rcturl e.l 1..
twoon the third and foIrtl l .nme. T;io
Chenr Yuen, captured froni the Ch!-
nese. was at the end of the sci-r:il i
Silne-a fhie war troliliy for tihal yoliir
Plpet. Passing thirious h tlimse lliiIn of
I r!ni death machlntu oneo was striir.i
ilh tile thought of the %\onaimrfmul
things thee people had ac omnlmilliiic.
in thirty years.
What a retrospect mitht pnas
tlihrogh the mind of that man1 on thel
brjilge of tihe Aa.srua! Marqui o 110
rf!ood behind him, to nwhici movie
lihan any other that fleet owed Its
existence. It was a proud day for
him and for those who had labored
w'th him In the great revolution or
riformatlon.-Sydney Town and Coun.
Clean Tour While Plume Thi lWay.
'To washl soiled white feathers pour
toi lluiig walron shavingsof white soap.
anii add .a pinch of soda. When -the
letter is not too hot for the hand, wash
p.i.rl feather separately, renewing the
latlher as It becomes discolored. Rilnse
lit cool water to which a mere sus-.
pielon of Imle Is added, and dry by.
mlailinig limFfore a fire. Use a dull-
himlell il\ sir knife for recurling. All
(Iisi. however, only If one Is out of
i.aucl of the professional cleaner. To
ia ve good featillers t'experlly renovated,
If pios-ible, is always to be recom-
S hlie Yqu Go Marketlng.
There' arel ; it iw rules to remember
it hiu.yiigyI lIeof iii111llo10 or poultry,
mAil-h i u li i1iexIperientedi housekeeper
dil.s woll t. limi. In nlm ii.
'l'o test Iim.C, i.priss It dIown with the
liImnil. If it risCe quickly, the meat is
Beef sliotihl be ine grnlned, of a
lirillit red >'ml.,r. with streaks of clean,
wliite looking fiut.
Theo 1niii will be tough unless there
I.' linilov of f-rat.
1.lllmllli mi.mlill lie dark colored, with
tlhI f t n < -lmrI \lir te.
m'aol Riliulil lie fat.
S11imp niient Flimuld have as lltllo fat
as liosh.ilie, niinl come from the round:
lind also inei.lt intenPtdel for beet tea,
i-:is lie Philnflt ellphn Inquirer.
litn tiiyiIg fisl, the gills should be
I'miltry.v AshlIul have smooth legs and
.-lilut spurs. Wilh the feet bending
oasil.v alnd mile eyos bright. If the fowl
li:ii lni -g iI ti turni blue, it is not good.
u.roiise and qtinll both have white
flsli;: ile ipliinted grouse, however,
liinq dnrk Ilesli.
nlrdls with white meat take about ten
niliutes longer to cook than those with
.Most hoesikepeers have In reserve
several embroidered or lace centre-
pieces, which are used occasionally as
tliey fit Into the color scheme with
which the table Is decorated. The
c-alieftul owner generally keeps these
itibri-olderles folded In a box and every
time sale uses them there are folds and
cranses to Jprss out. A much better
.i-:ly is to provide sheets of thick, stlif
v-rapping Ipnaer, lay tihe linen or lace
lit tlihe pnper, roll tip lightly, sinp an
clustic Unbud round and lay in a drawer
awan y from dust.
For dollics iunke a book with leaves
of sl.ff paper mide lay each piece of lace
mm mmmi miii. ii -im~lmro.l_-v bt eli t o laes
tr: 0. irbrIol>lory betweell two leaves.
"i 'lls Im mucmli Ibetter than shiitting them
Mr. Cravvford's Endeavor. li Ill imox to be mussed together
"W, D. Yeats, tie English poet, got i.eryl' lime Ihe box Is moved.
off a good thing when he was at tbj T'anlle emibrolderles nmust not be given
l'ranklln Inn for lunch the other day," to Ilip geiner-i la iundrless as hot soup
said the Literary Man. "Of course, misds, tiffl slorcli and reckless uso of
hl's all for art's sake, but h-i thle iron will rnlin them. Hands that
told of a woman who once said to luave ever muado flu needlework do
Manr'on Crawford, the novellst: inot nppreclnte too value or the frailty
"allavo you ever written anything of SiliC Ililiigas ndtl should not be
thlni wl''l IIle after yoi have gone?' tiin sled to cure for them. lMost house-
S'Mlndani,' Orawford replied, 'whmit i 'le
lhiitTg that \m'1'l entb'o me to livo hlilmJ hliiware n i tiltcr unil liinndllng them'
I am lhre.' "-'-lillldelphla 'Proes. Itlih carri. By suchli enreful trienliileit
tlite colors nre inot rfuded or lace thrends
TIESIR VENGwh ANCE. A ngh smnll Ironing hoardl pnilled thickly
Slie--I womnJer why they hiung that v,'tlth old flnimel and itted with a re-
pilturl? I miovanlde cover of white cloth tlant can
Hle-Pcrhaps they couldn't catch lie wnpnlled often is convenient t for Iron-
tho artlul.-Tit Fits. Ing smnill peloci. Inslen-l of starcli use
i wititr r In \lhcli- ri-e Ih s lirion Ilolled for
FITSrpernianentlyeured N.nIllsornerrode- grIvlig a n ieniCess to the Inces aidl
ric iis aftr first dnya uniso of lr. bllimcs' C(Irct liioius
NcrvertPstorer. tItrililloitt l 'annd t reatilaetruo
IDr. i. IH Ki.M I.Ld.. 9i1 Arch Ht., I'hla., IPa.
.. .- -- -.... For tlie Menllrine limit.
If a man who falls I lli'ive at nightL is
nij-- tie ,ll take a s coim look before pro- If theIlr'! re children In the house,
iposing. mio.not. tin nny nccoiint, fall to have on
10.000 rPlans For ioe. lhannd a bottle of syrup or wino of Ipe-
This is a remarkab:c offer the John A. "lie. Wi'en syrniplomns of croup are ap.
Salzer Seed Co, La tioser, \WmI, ninlhie. p.rIent give the child teaspoonful of
ThIey till send you tllher hig ialnlt. amn Liulf tenspoonful doses of Ipecac, ac-
seed catalog, together with enciiugh seed ording to its age, until vomiting Is
1,00 fine, alid Cabages, inducedd and breathing Is no longer dif.
2,000 delicious Carrot., nflnilt.
2,000 Ulnnching, nutty Celery., A bottle of campbor, well corked,
2,000 rich, buttery Llttuce, will be found useful for many pur.
1,000 splendid Onions,
1,000 rare luscious Hadisher, poses. A headache Is relieved by bathb
],000 glorsoinsy brilliant Flowers. Ing tlie forehedal wlth camphor. Toothl
Thii great c, er is made in order to in- (,ch will yield to a bit of cotton natu'
ituce oti to try their warranted mitllmi--
for en you once prlait them you will rnted with It. nnd pimples and black-
grow no others, and heads will disappear It the affected
ALL ion BUTr 1C. roSTAOQ, i.nrts are frequently bathed with this
nrovidinn you will return thia notice. and remedy.
If you wil send them 320c. in podlslet e iry
will add to time above a package o 1he aIn
olous Jlerliner Cauliflower. A.C..]
A woman never geta too old to think it
is dangerous for her to travel alone for
fear men might speak to her.
Srs. WInslow's Soothing Syrnip forchildron
teething, soften the gums, reduces In flnmmil-
tlonallays pLin,mres wind collo. 26o. bottle
There are two sides to every story. The
victory you win means defeat for the other
SPOTNAU FrADr..ma DI l are fat to
light and washing.
-* don't *on find It tiresome." said
are Antony, "to devpte as moucll time
to literature In addlUiou to your various
:ways?" "Yes," replied Caesar, "but
it pays. There Is nothing like belong
your owh military critic."- Washington
We ofer One llundred Dollars niewardi' n
ay ase ofr Otatri that cannot be cured /
lnl!' C'ptearb a .
J-..QrlOr C., Toleo, 0O.
WelBalesdietglad, havk no wn iF..Ch .
ey tor thelat 1Syeas, and believe him p sr-
feeti honorable lau beuastalme srtraotoa
Isad wusTillybla to e r oat n say bll"*
tionaluds byIel t llir ira.
Wg & 2A oasWheIoeaDrooVloUiJTo).*i.
Wla.Blsne, lrssauMjrv.,Whotial Drpe D-
atLs, oladso, Ohio.
"We will never give up." sald the
Soutb Amutrdeun millttary leader. "Olve
up whlt" aqked the coldly practleal
Mu. A-Lnd Afteu a moment of relec-
hands o -,W..Wllaington star.
ssuer iN5e Ias nbams mes
p. Wss u, 0 0 Weiptr N. C., as
ol Aum ii-xi
'**~^' rb 1 s My aiiniit! ilatSMi
Pure turpentine should be kept on
liand for cuts and scratches. and all
sorts of Injuries when the flesh Is torn.
Before doing up tlie wound In gauzdI
rour oin a Illle turpentine, and It will
heal much more rapidly.
A package of ordinary cooking soda
(salerntus) should Bn'd a place in the
niedlcline closet. for many are the usel
to which It can be put. A handful
placed in the hot water In which the
foet are bathed will do much to re-
IlHee tired or blistered and aiching feet.
A teaspoonful In halt a glass of cold
water will rello er a sick stomach, and am
liItle of the soda, used Instead of tooth.
powder, will keep the teeth free from
.. ...- -161& -- Tr W
Thle Inlue o. Hubsolllng.
I 'n.iiirs 1 il) not iseem to favor p ub.
soillng,. r'Volii 'slit'i it hi give at trial.
Tlii'ey ml lla 1 i l t11mI I i ; h i i !dioe not Ir'-
.-ovtr flo toi or m ilitrei miiiars. It is
iirledl in favor iof u liling that Lihe
laid 1 iiimprovis tivry- 3.ier. mii ilhmiigh It
miiimy hliive l i i-iin l.tiu l lI i. t ionci. In
\iew .ing lli iTo l' 'ts i s h1 onid i li in thie
light fi ii.i-\ro.siment ani d nmit i recov-
i .y, m-ii no iJiijim-l i effect's lire int'Wemd
jat mi11in Ilmi. It Isiso ClanluledIJ lint
if i miin'rrlmiO v llihr ontlilit fullOi ti sutib.-
.,tmili ilo tl. t i I) ruoiiluip t i le soll af-
I r litl ..ilumi il p!,tw hlls pli;iu ed. thel
tca'tiniti-v tlo hold wlti'r woull lie ghrie:It-'
ly ln< ri :.-IMil lliidl uie it, uellts of sub.
.twilll':.; be> more liiiniediate.
I'rrventioni or S al K ltiBg.
Tholii muikc't ilrt- foor (ihi lit-Itl omf
SL: entiilig In fowl'n it t cil e pilltii li
ior Ilio l il '. I'lint *>rteltitilim s it fo l i
i-i 10o Viii h1.l'ilt' ti' Il i -a im:' iim'm-ut. IiI.
it li .iy bt iortli mhwilei ti |) lle i'ir i t1
t.est lii., I lii t t011,t s owii lii tle h i n llns-
I rmtitli. Thle limotlh1i of the ilest 14 in
EWJT TO I'RtM'NT RATING LLG4.
Iwo piirts. T'llhi-lar-ger pleeo llnllil tor
thle ri'nr juist cuotgh to cnuiso nili yq
to tolll dlnimv It. A I.nllrS Inc st I'gg I r
Ilnil"l frlus to Ihll lower pieco ai liuldlie'
I*'. liiii to Ily on flie bnr i-inest. \\'lcn
(le li1In 11 in lulld lie I'gg nlid illrniriI
anromi to pock It lsheli Is miiuch nslon-
AIimld to seat It roll out of sight.-Or
inulu JuJtd I'narmuer.
SThle Use of Absorbents.
One of tel heat methods of keeping
iImnture ls t havta a pilt, with cetliilntt
lmotto land Rides, niidl lio soll R lir-
lionIs lc lt W'ct Imy pinlmpijig on ilie liop
from the drnilnlugs, for if the ninnaire
Is kIcpt danip there will be a great dlif-
ferenclo ih its value. Experiments
inndac Ishow tlint a heap carefully miun-
lgeell anld kiLpt wot lost nhout thlilulit
per cent. of Its Jllrog enl, while another
lipap, not keplt wet, lost about tweuny-
four petr cftil. of Its ilitrogen. Manntlr,.
oveu wheio l;lwe-it t, will lie Inortai vmil-
tiililc If. I1t nltil lo i to lie cuit sn rni
rliil Rtnlkls mtlied n abstihe-osi., tli i Inn-
iilro is ftIrt covepreil wlti dirt aiinl
inmrl. a It yro of maiinure liollig followiel
Ily a InyerI of ninrl andl tllimt n Inyer of
nlh iliorlilInIH. tile wlriol' moll t-nMiim lfl-md.
'I'lip lo.sl or iillrrORg i wli(n h ilit h i 11 ilii
li ttl it been i ste did iot exceeld iwo
,per cPnt. M rm Is DP~ill-hap Ithe chel'ii
,att n0ilm lip-t ntbsolx'ile t im:lti-rlmiL ALi It
not only i'ervrw to rit 'Vt'lt lor, Inut Il
climni. cnuil.v hinlidll nl ui t costs lit
very Ilitle. It eniil be uised both In tlio
stalek ntl in tlie :.canp, anil apirl idfree.
ly. It really eii'rlcehen lih mllitulre as
well ns iprc-orvinr- It, for flht rlit,:tIui
Ilint It contninq pl.ntil food Ini iii ii-
ohiblle rocmiltloni, which becomuPe nanll-
nlelo f'or larmmiti 'mV'1eii uistliI w-tl thl1
solid nnd mihlti iinnmui-es.--l-'hilahilphlii
Cliaslflenlialln or Fnol,.
In fe4linpr aiiiitiii. lit fnrmer, bh.
hilst knowledge of tli' dilffnarenro line.
IWPPII Itflesh-fornmiing fomoH Ind tliose
tlint form fnt. IsR einlablal t-o so comIiluie
theo dlffYrriiil foods as I l tirovhi-e for nil
their wtiint. Klnowling Iint tlie "'llnl-.
inliiolls." or nill(rOge oii is roodln, lrrl iietia
muIacle (Icln inenti niimd inmiml:i, I orter
to nlloiv for iernt mill fnt hir uiniIst
"alannnto" tlio fool for lbo piirpnoei orit
avolding too uriho of 1Ihe onl Ihind ltuiic
not eniiough of tlia other. On nu anvr-
nge. itho Irolpno(l(on of illlrogilolio
foods to the cnrbonancous Js nas oii tol
six, or rallhr, lie should utidd si tlintie
na inuch of theli cna-luiiiclull s nas li
does of the nItrogeiooum. 'Tho coiill
tlons, however, affect the iroportluomi,
for If an animal Is highly exerclsed.
as Is the case with working horses lai
summer, the ultrogen inay be Increaledt
and the carbon dmnlslshod; lbut If the
weather Is very cold the iproportlon of
carbonaceous matter, on the contrary.
should be Increased. By n knowledge
of the composlthon of different foods
the farmer who oeeds for milk will lreg.
ulato the materlil allowed to his ntnl-
mals according to elrcusntances, luid
not without an object In view as In
frequently the case. In fattening hils
animals he will use tho fat-formnaim
foods, allowing only so much nltrogenl-
ous matter as mny be necessary for
the existence of the anlinal.-Phllndel.
It is doing what needs to be done ait
the right time that nakes good butter.
With manure abd clover the skillful
farmer needs to buy llttil fertllllt
save In bran.
Past driving makes stiff horses ana
lese extra care Is taken after each
spurt of speed,
tartar antI beasiitifully white. Every
trace of the soda should be wellrinse Dary not be improved
off the teeth enll-h lime It Is used. A a mixing Of breeds Is carelessly.por.
generous hnndfal of soda In the bathe mitted to go on.
tab will remove the odor of persplra. A bad dlaposltlon In an animal Is
tlon, bexldes strengthening and tonlng generally the result of bad manag.-
mhe system. m ent and handlgl. I
--No animal, no matter hot well bred
S- RIl C S s should be used for breeding sunIle it
i RL K s .r .has Indlvldual marlt. -I
: stuffed Dates-Kminove stones from avilnl thei coldu idmer rit lt wbhe
plates and fill some with chopped crys. he eed i own is an Important Item
tallilse gluger amnd others with chopped i scaurlnag ood LgemlnaUJot. '
Englaslh walnut meats and roll all Inlu s go crIp nt 1t
powdered sugriThe only way the grds crop can b4
powdered s r. cultivated la by preparla the Mitl li
,I rled Ilc--W'eno hollel rice Ir left i tuutb brer otitl U0' Md..
over from dluer put it I a butter ed a fine ewi bt *of .f
bo-.nl or deep plate ntd set aslde to be- d IThe bose r t ot are b ibler at
come cold. Caut In sUlcesa tfrom the b a0 at d gIM M rLm oM .Iwhilih.
bowl. on In sluares rom tleb plate, i
Sdredge Ilghtly with flour and fry likli The dirt a i t Ad wlagle e1sllls
homliny or musb. Serve with Yrup. late ont a b a riag th de aoiu
Royal Creamn-oak one-third be. of Not be at d la to t
gelatin in one qunatt Of rcod mIlh tr -
one boar, beat tie yolks of tbh e I .legg j A h Wit W no a
and add 1 theas i a s pea ef engarl : _.m els p.,a e! L .
put the mtlh aoer.the firsI.dlle !. _lt. = V:laal g g M' .I .,:.i,
S'oller; when It If hot add t1he 1al. W Ar." ,, 1
I nu es aatstrring
c reamns; reqbtv i d" tb".."
1 inrait ait -mow'.
MEDIAC CA. EXAMINEf R -
the United States t treasury Rocom- lim
Prominent Physicians Use
and Endorse Pe-ru-na.
I. -u 9y-& r L.1
D I.I.WEl;\i\mI.I.,1N IJORDAN, lmetlical
Exmnniner of lhe U. S. Trmiaury iLk-
Iparlntimilt. gUlamirll.e of Cnumbia Coliege,
antil Vilho eidr th lic )Ceiris at West Point,
has thie following tu say of P'eruila:
"Alltow me to explr'tta mUy giatI
*Silte to ioul for lthe beefit dlerItVue
/Uiiro /llso ar1i 01itfer l/ rentaeilpy. Oure
alorst inroillh fiu brilnthi' forth a
vast change, amld I soew conals er
mWerl/ Ia uwlrl iitu a' terF toit.llA oj
sawflietrl. fflol aiifpmrer-s, IJ'csuMIa
Wilti l'ure yel.)"
A conlstatly increasing ninber of phyrli-
Seian iprsccribe 'eria l iln their Pirati e. it
has iroveiit It m ll e it Ied #;ath rmmI m h1IM rv ll. t
e1eli t lie donto rs l t e o ( h v-illi' .t hIt-i r*ll (o.em
hlict, agao tinst so 'mlaii l I-nmen iiim,, pl rciit e *im
Srermmi i tem, i t. t. h, t.air iLt ti11it- i.
vel'-rl. R ea'. mln Mes ta Io I IItlt lile I i n
nelim, a i m ltnei, I. it is t ll ilv l it i rn l
s.'mit iIc m ti in' h inl' Ilt y kim. inItI l ti l tO
Inedleal a lt-faill.1 lDtodal "C.1110 ILhn otr
f Ior.Vl one w'ill nal nlt. id ItiI c.. I- o if ., 11I.
ulllf' he disease sn P litr-h inllli .t l l l I mi, .
Ia n loeert It. I t-i a, nl. I)., W'asliiiigr
* ton", 1. C., Wiieedo:
4a "Throulg 5l omi Styexpuarleemaee
DIr. nten. I id a e,1q mnl m T .e irin air or th firie
hlenc to n"npren a tesd ynrt intoesw hI I nit Tl n dss rare
hauve bees la red or felteuvel l,
:ontar,.lrh by th lmne o/ lOgsrl[tmasn'..
1 Pm1umla, I oars colfillounIm I1ii a'ecoo- Dr. Llewellyn Jordan.
n itelid Ii ta rIn.ose efrl fIIreal t Medical Examiner United States
sio tll isomfler, alr IIItO ti elo cl--Teasury,
Lrallo in pie' ila rom I ot S y ill rea- c l ,
arns. mmr -Hoero It L II<-.i ruitalion, culres leueoirhoe and over-
I, ,9,,a,~v ......... m ,~ i troitilei, f anl brilda up the entire sMy-
"iuertnma 1 time lt b t o iast mumi imt Iti Ih m-k ,ni irr,,Im tbdimt i knutit ovf. s Ge
for coll frim anid to n lrithrt'u itv wm ak hmm., \i I).
tit ntM.to give tmpl'mmitm,. imt:',h It'h, i rim, t mliilth tI m t \nlventle disease curable
1nig it fir matalrm i, 1 I il,-o oII, tr,'i, l it I- ,I'- y t\'l ~ immi ,t 'itimimiL ..S A remedy that
"PRnak ian dehalntted Iiirform id noi I\ rni iii
CAM. Icus lin Hlliu co I 1m I tela you hivlioralul the nerve
"I have a Jarge e ractlie. and hievme it 1i m %l llr l l iihchL Ijme vitalil it Io tile mul couls
chance to Ilr-cn l'ibe 'mimir rminn. I I e t ii, ilrmiiria r. l'licrt tatsrrh disalpmo ars.
l nr. hi. V. Iteo wiites from 51:1 iep s it.. Imiv i n lu ilfri nl tum Pertna
cail lriin l pcyo, C'ilr : tIn oII iir mli o to iDr. iImartm to, giving a rill
"ilerinia l as performed no inlni v we iindml r. -.1i.ll1lll of 'oi r .Isen and m will11 e
funl cul and wiilrancih tooted tiltho. lii'll i i.i I- Iti) give yo hlia valuable a dvte
vinced tor ait a is on a Vinhl ri..imtd v I Clo inm.
lave frequenly amlvi-ed )l mil, o fur .iilmalmai. ,\,llrem liro. llrlmsan, Prelident of Th
ae I find it itisur e iegilaria ilid liiiihm i II nimit n hu 1 i-hNiiiiimll, t.Col nlmbu Ohio,
Indications of Footsteps,.
illptoe walking indiatoes surpr. ise, FOR
curiosity, dicretlon or mystery.
The miser's walk is l lndicatet. In
short. nervous Siteis. nolvm-lemi nnd
anxoure, and with stoolled ahoilltuern.
the quick step.
Prooceupled or absent-mlnJad eipeo.
ple will le found wIth ton-i hi rn-l in.
The proil step tI slow and nwias
ured, the toes consllm-lolcAly titnIllc-Ie
out and legi sttllglimincld.
Uncertainty, healtatlon -nnd lnd erl
sion are indicated by the wavering
steps which follow very changing OUAiRANITRBD CURB tI l it
blood, windon the
Blow stepR, whether lo.mr or short, regularly you aro C a a
starts chmelio ailmle l Iat AIeu
suggest a gontlo or reflective state CABCARErTt *adT ouw, o netllr5
of m Ind. right Takeo ura vie. saTet wath ian
moner refunded. Te lr n ailaa flt- 1
Obstinate people who, In nrgimont, booklet ree. Addrel i Rem ed
rely moro on mustnlcir lower than on
Intellectual power, rest tho feot latly AN I1YE TO IIU81'INIi88
and firmly on the Eroumnd, walking MIltross-1-Dl you bring say refer*
heavily and slowly, and aband with l lhtrs y
legs firmly planted far apart.-Dett'olt anoo yo, thought I'd et th
Tribune. place lrst.-Dotrolt Freo Press.
CATJT. rl TI[I TIi.IPP. TheI oat Wo. w r.
Mrs. Nowovd--Mutlihr ihai Juit writ. Tirt Edlltor ijmua tll its relder Pf thie
Sfmrvel. It origiilated with the iar1
ten that sho will not vlilt un llils sum- f.im meed growers n the world. lh Jl
mer unless yomu will piornill her IlI pay A. nlIear Prti Co, Ia Croea. Wlm
her board. liis i If tinw, *Rtindo s uip lulo a stone will
her board. d ll wre her a i ilte, levy, and has long ers filled
Newed-I hall write her at once, tip h fat, plump kernels. It il
saying that I shall not permit hor to grret lsuoler, 80 stoeil from one kernel.
do anything of the Miinl.-Chlicago r you wIrr., lNsuI TInli NOTICo AND 100.
News. IN *ITAMPI
.to ab love aillress, you will J St ambs of
tliI (at \\'onler, whiehyielded ina ,I | in
FEMININIC OBSTINACY. to states from ik to IGl bi, per sare, t
"Dut how do you keep a cook when atrer with other farm esed samples and
you live In time suburbs?" their big catalog. (A.O.L.
"I threaten to discharge her every Experience often provides the raw mate-
day and my wife. dlachargos her each rial or unnecessary ooanveralon._
s Inhlael Marcarolnl Wheat Per Aeri.
Introdued ly thl US. 8. Dept. of Al .
Xi to a tremenldoue cropper, yielding in
ood land 80 bu. per sere, ani on dry, arid
land, suoh as are found in Mont., daho,
the liakotae, Colo., etc., it will yield from
40 to 00 bu 'This Wheat sand Spelta an
anna 3Brley and Uromias Ineirmi and
Million Dollar Grass, makes It possible to
grow and fatten bogs and cattle wherever
soil ia found.
JUST SaMD 10C, AND TJlatS OTeIC
o the John A. Salser Seed Co., La Crose,
ia., and they wil &lnd yeo free a am
of this Wheat tnd other farm -a d to'.
ether with their great ealalo, ahn
100.00 to any wide-awake faroer. [A. ,]
It la twiel al easy to fool yourself u 1t
is to fool other people.
IPIlo's OCure thebest medilne we ever used
for all afftlons of throe Isad lungo .--Wi.
U. ZBxILmar, Tazbuorpu, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900.
It l i tei to whip some men than it is
to keep tIm wbipped.
TgleOW &adJ millo m Iollar lrae.
Tb. two lragtort fodder plants on eartb,
Onm good lor 14 tons ol bay and the other
80 tol grean fodder per acre. Groes
eveTwhere, o doel Victoria ap yield.
lng bs I sheep and swine food par
sVUST m 10c. rT erTA ra u TO Tr
Jolp A. Sliser geed Co., IA Crose, Wi.
and reeive in return their big catalog and
lots of farm sd samples.
When byo hear that people have re-
fITed, either they are pretty sick or very
MALSBY & CO.
41 South Forsyth St., Atlant, a.
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
CHinme Mesrrll i d Feoe Tsw*
d Maisut m i le. its ilees TemS
FREE STUAIRT'S w... .
R CcoIN 4snd iUO j U
To all who u tlr or LOL e l
wbho tl'er with ilan A ialier ,
or .luud mlnea s., amipla boU t ,a'nl & Z
i an and hBuclhu, I re is.ioute l K 4nS
es stt base
oim whote dlaho Ie u tl e oeat
m. yinumet eo thi er.A Ms a
CRUZ 0. nb
The flavor lJC .6maqr be I0.'
jured by the us o( stbI id ask
r. WF Walls, Srupr-
,q iW A kSl T.. In mMris
"MLty tt w broken. owlag K^fS^
to ttsrartton a0 the kkameIs L I a
*.siUr Sl aiteiaB wy from se-lv eM
tirL ila s i ise s cw5 of my back sad i
It~I4f and anie. l 4 l cOw
Sof ab il.r ,
S-r l. ea
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LINTERS ior OIL MUiiW
w ue ss eviylylui Dedosed aboet a QC( a&
Writl for Illustrated CatJj .
Continental Gin Cot, 1
A Boston physician's dis-
covery which cleanses andi
heals all Inflammation of the mucous
membrane wherever located.
In local treatment of female ils Pqi-
lne.l ilnvatlahlc Used as a douche it
Is a revelation In cleansing and healing
power it kills all disease germs which
course Inlaimmnlton and discharges.
Thousands of letters from women
prove tha It is the greatest cur four
reuoorrhoi ever dIeaverefl.
Patine never fails to cure pelvic
catarrh, nasal catarrh,m ore throat, sore
month and sore eyes, because these
dislsesarerall caused by inlanmmitlon
of the mucous nmembrane.
smrvtng the toeth we challenge the
world to primluae Its equal.
'hyslcians an d specialist everywhere
prescribe and endorse Paxtins, and thon-
landol testimonialletteoa prove Its value.
At druggists, or sent postpaid 50 cts.
A Ira trlil packsi e
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so Cents for aSi Months,
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Sit to a friend.
The Odd Fellows Home in this
Scity isa- delightful place to visit.
SINext to Gainesville, Ocala is one
of tbe best interior towns in the
h,'" at has the Atlantic Coast
Sgot against Oainesville? Will
y tell z
S, ofthehorror of war that is
iwlt overlooked is the lengthen-
"I3other Betzer of the High
springs Hornet, is still waiting for
b ltt' "business proposition."
SStockton is running at a rapid
S te.over in West Florida, says the
AOugal Albert W. Gilchrist Is
: of being talked of as a
to for Govenor four years
tf you feel like you want a day
est from your regular busl nes
Sto the Bible Conference ia
tapt the date for the pi"mary
i| S. the contest between
lal candidates will
et a little warmer.
ughtful editor remarks that
Ashoubd be allowed to vote
Sc-aAen look a mouse in the
withoutt leaping on the table or
Delightful it would be if
ldi eoar a high while the
Should the kite's tall as it
'the hold is transferred
if amy of the candidates have
a-running nly to test thdi
%Mngth and think they have found
I es wanting, they will now
'~ttDboblystep from the track.
arty fruits are very popular in
The early datela especial
now, even with fornme
the aerly date has been
w1poa for the primary.
1 s again being predicted thai
ain l* e cme to Florida to elect-
rJenaulngs, but we don;.t
WpoiW of It-Bryan cean, aey
beter in other Wy'
soe,. wiseacre as
it Dewey did not iatn
jh let ia MeanUa Bay
bisk it r not lie jp
SIt and ueat *' b r*e
Iia the.dlt "i^ ',, .
Ot4ait g South, This Ia' i
l be twhy ship a South
SNrth, or mast to be
IUk.t i. and the3 have to ship
lbaik ,outh la tafto ed?
the early p
a victory. T.
'tistactory to het bl
tea of Hillabon ge
Dir. Pa&kM&urst tries to
it iNew York City, a
aObarges him with
F!I .a Urge
at 'I a
,,, te SWtU
"The Timea-Uaion cartoons .ov-
ernor ennings with tombh in hand
and trying to burn "Taliaferro's.
neraisnal Record." Above the'
eartom w the'words "Shermani's
Vau h thlrouh Florlda.',
idgse is called (in the
'.Tis and the.
errynag -is calsle I
idenaiy the T, re
mind the votEof Shet-
man't IM I.a*1tho Car-
olam i oltt of the
fee thiddle name is-
atle Star is not sup-
''or Jennings in his
f""r the United Senate,
lt nsg him. Our opposi-
tion to be Governor, however, is
not becias e hwas born in Illi-
nols, orbecause his parents hap-
pened to write Sherman as a part
of his name, but because John WS.
C, Stockton is a better man for the
high and honorable position. We
will never stoop to such piethods of
fighting the opposition. It is too
low. There are plenty of honor-
able ways to oppose Jennings, but
to try to make capital out of the
fact that he was born in Illinois, or
-that his middle name is Sherman,
is beneath the dignity of a reputa-
ble newspaper. If John Stockton
should attempt to employ such
methods against an opponent, the
Tallaferro forces would abuse him
for it. There are good and suffi-
cient reasons why Jennings should
not be elected, but none of hoae
reasons are shown in the U
THIS I f bSbtUBL TALK.
One thing, that we constantly
meet in tempersaeo disounlous is
thae argum that bones will
C ( A* th saloons are closed.
We bay have patience to answer
: argument. There is no truth
tnl it. The money that Is spent for
whiskey oould hardly be put to a
worse ae if the Whiskey could not
be obtatnad. It would go for the
Snecessaroes apd the omforts of life.
Bat what if the argument were
true? It seems a little strange that
t respectable men would pay any
hbead to it-a little strange that they
would thus openly confess that they
Scar more for business than for
good order, aecenoy aid morality.
If it would cause the gram to
I grow in some of the streets, be it
., so. It would'be better for a town
t to make hay than to make drunk.
I ardi. Cows and hogs would be less
troublesome and more decent than
those creatures that sometimes
s leave the saloons and roam the
r streets in the small hours of the
Morality, order and decency first,
business afterwards. We are low
indeed if we are willing to place
Sthe temptations to drunkenness and
r degradation in the way of men in
i order that our business may pros.
per.-Associate Reformed Pres.
SHon. Wim. H. Robertson, Alach-
ptsa county's popular and elfcient
I county treasurer, -eramnor s i to-
, day's 0TAR his candidacy for re-
etlctiom. Mr. Roberteon is one ol
t.he bet mun that ever honored the
- county wth bhis citisunship. He
l -er1ed the coauty as chairman ol
Sthe school board for more than a
I quarter of a eatery, and the posi
i,| --as9 ill know--was not a pay.
-'g-tine, but his was a labor of love,
Sr'*levew r asked for a salaried ofAc
SgntiI twoyesrs ago when he became
' lndildte for county treasurer.
S akI. and received. And now
Shq e*o lei allowed to be his own
OInP a a r isMt he be dltd for' a
meebiedwM The people of Alach
i tia eoi.a no beter thai
I to relet ,,; ad Tian
tAX prestatlot with-
lar l4. ,tai aesr, an.
t eo TA his cnd
dact for IMII'ia0t6smnoesd himself.
appei i It O te omice of by
Sa afew birt y de'n.a
nstrated the ft ar p
dr'tat ...ad blan fto
is rqul-t f Tant tMey
ceasifhta! belrS SnBCo the
offiiilgqis aery b h st baI a restrain-
ing~etOn many would-be candi-
i it may be best that such is
h e, but, really, it seems to us
t4bt the powers that be should be ex-
ceedingly careful not to require
candidates to pay more for the priv-
ilege of entering the campaign than
will actually be required to defray
the expenses of the same" 4he as-
iurance that the amount of money
thus paid in over and above what is
necessary to conduct the primary
will be prorated back to those pu.-
ting it up may sound very to those
who have the money to spared lfor a
few months, but on those who have.
no money that they can afford to
have tied up in such a manner it
mustof necessity work a hardship.
Surely care should be exercised in
these little matters. Good men
should be candidates in our primar-
ies, and not every good man is at
all times able to have money tied
up where it draws no interest.
In the issue of Wednesday last
our home contemporary says;
While May 10th Is not as early by
about forty days as Ba rr, Stockton,
at at., desired the primary to be held,
a number of kicks have already-been
registered by the farmers of Alachua
county, against so early a date.
The facts in.the case are: "Barra,
Stockton, el al.," favored an early
primary and got it-they favored
May 12th, and got May 10th; two
doys earlier than, they asked for.
If a number of kicks have already
been registered by farmers against
the action of the State Bxeecutive
Committee we have not heard of
them. We know that many of the
farmersof Alachua county' favored
an early primary, and we believe a
large majority of them will be glad
when the agnony is over.
Hon. H. G. Mason, for several
terms county, judge of Alachua
county, announces in today's STAR
that he is a candidate for reelection.
To attempt to introduce Judge Ma-
son to our readers woul4 9eem like
w hinting words Ie is known to
perhaps every voter inI the county,
awd and the fact thathe has been
repeatedly honored by them, and
has held the office for several sue-
cessive terms, shows that his friends
and supporters ae ailQiuy. Judge
Mason is a Clrisli.,m gentlemni aiind
is well qualified to I erformn the liti.
e; of the office to which lie :iaKgin
If you are ii favor of incrensirg
the number of convicts in Florida.
and are not opposed to taking your
chances oa lavisg the number in-
creased from the rauks of your
owh fathers, sons and brothers, you
should favor the saloons and op-
pose local option,
Read the fol-
Statistics published in Texas oun-
cerning the operation of the local
option law show that there are
twenty-three prohibition counties
which have no convicts and nine
with only one convict each. The
average Il. only one convict in
1,500 population without the sa-
loons and one in 500 with the sa-
We say emphatically that if more
whiskey and beer was sold In local
option towns and counties than in
those where saloons abound, every
distiller au4 brewer In the land would
favor local option, Therl is qbso.
lately no truth in any statement to
theefect that there is as much liq-
uor consumed in a-legally dry town
as in a legally wet one. If it was
true the men who manufacture
!laeor IauJ4 want a1ll towns legally
In Lake City recently a fellow
Was declaring .that there was as
mpitc vhbiy sold there last Christ-
mas week s Wi pol44 the la t
Christmas week while thl e altns
were open. His statement was 4e-
nied of course, and an invegatigon
showed that durllg the last Christ.
mas week beofoe the salooos wert
c*oed 4ake City disposed of 0 bar-
Ngoa f whiskey, and during last
(dehtmms e barrela,
..' ,t pa Trtbnte a thor
Shaa 7 t.
We Have .
In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
iBing up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
S )Moen- and Children, at popular
prices and ot the best makes.
Particular attention to the La4ies
"Brockport" and Men "All Amer-
ica" and ."Walk Over" grades.
J. D. Matheson,
Shoe and Leatles ~~lre. qaineVille, FIP. &
* m ii i ii a
H. F DUTTON & CO.,
Highest Price paid. fo0 ea I land golttqo
In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
W. R, Thomas,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Call on me when you want to buy
Horses, Mules, Buggies,
W. R. THOMAS,
Notice -PeepJl and Candidates.
The people who read the Star dur-
ing the present political campaign in
Florlda, are hereby notified that
there will, front time to time; appear
in tie paper m matter advocating some
candidates whomu the editor is not
supporting, and for what la said in
such communications the editor will
not be responsible. Over political
r con p un lcqtiosa-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 io any newspaper, but
we believe, also, that no paper should
be expected to devote its space to the
interests of any candidate entirely
free to such candidate.
Candidates for county commission
er, school board. and minor offces,
can have their annopuncements in-
aerted in the Star until after the ea-.
and primary for $3.50 each, and all
other candidates-County, State and
Pederal-for $5.oe each, provided,
however, the announcement does-not
occupy more than twenty lines, head
and algnature included, and cash ac-
companies copy for announcement.
4 auy IS Rf ede!tion to a twenty line
announcement wll he cOharg:
ed extra, except our editorial support
which we reserve the right to bestow
according to our own liking, and for
which no ohsrge will be made.
Any candidate, whether favored by
the Star,or not can have as much
s trIk t~ paper h wll Py for,
a& "u V111 f mMllP b eo m tj q w a
on application. Friends of any can-
didate who may desire space la these
columns for the purpose of advocat-
lig hia favorite, or favorites, may se-
puits ppce at the same special rates,
but betS 4kqwq oi sal. hat we are
qst doing 4 "cFpeit bl4puaws- -ts
csae must scoe with the matter to
A little time works great changes.
Only a few short years ago, Hon.
Frank Clark was an arch political
naer to Qgou. P. Tallafar-
o, but now jnst watehk theat train-
ing tegther. .r .C3Itk wau at
ote time a power in the politicsof
Duval county and the State, B bs
atoe gather no o-^, ,<
r;~ O s a a a4
Iidepomdence That Count..
After all, It is the Independence thOt
punts ratlhr than either the wealth
pr the poverty. 'fl e simplicity of
standing for Just what one is, without
sham or pretense, lifts a burden of
fret or anxiety and leaves the spirit
Countess (to new valet)-Johann, I
observed yesterday, to my Intense hor-
rpr, that you clean my husband's
lothes anq your own with the same
prush. T m'Fut strictly prohibit any
such familIaritles for the future.-From
Hlubby (walking the floor at 2 a. m.)
--4d juqt like to know why tlis tby
persists ia staying awake every "igbt.
Wifey-Really, I can't imagine. I
never have any trouble In keeping him
asleep In the daytime.-New York
A woman usually follows fashions In
'dressing e 4air till the second hab
comes, when she hasn't time t" expew-
ment and clings to the style prevalent
then till her death.-Atchlson Globe.
-Preparea or Anlbtalrm .
Lowlek-You say the unexpected nev-
er happens to you, ehI
Btowiek--xatly. I've got so used
to It that I always expect It now.-Phill
adelphla Public Ledger.
Mother Nature Is the greatest and
moblest of teachers. Btady her riiteW
and laws, and if you follow and p1)3
them you will not go far wrong.-UMa
ookyvnl N. Y., April 21r '99.
Dr. P. Giddingl
Dear Sir:--Will you kindly inform me
by return mail if you can send your Soc.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(Trade Mark) and if so I will send you
a postal note for the same. Please inform
mpp the amount of postage if it can be
When in Florida the Winter of r897
and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent sise and produced a nice growth
of hair where It had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it o ec more if I can get I
59 Hicks St. J. W. HAVNS.
before the sub.
.v Pbbie, ln and for the
o wlerab t aj t lare, L B.G.4dIngs
'whak duly &aoi by ns deposes aan
The GaiWille Plan
and Coffin Company.
Is Sumalitmes hard to keep pa e with but
our faefllbes re equal. to all demands,
rA beer )on weut to bpild oW a house or
o ae dozeri. Yoe ame m the right oad for
't he right kind of lumbw whber yo eonme
our way. We di lIn all kinds of Build.
tag Eiaterial for outaide mad bside fnish
to complIet ray dwelling, hotel, store or
factory. Tell us your want; We will
S do the rest.
IHE GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY.
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day coaches between Jackso.iv;lle and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
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mediate points, and at Archer with Early lihd branch.
Noa. 56 and s., Pullmau sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksoville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa tindays. Tuesday and
Thursday, 1i:15 p. m.
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