The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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FEBRUARY 23, 1904.



Friday's, Saturday's and Mion-
day's Proceedings.


Several Cases Was Disposed of
Friday- Orand Jury Fin-
'ished Work Saturday.
S PRIDMAv's sEoN.s
Court convened Friday morning at 9
o'clock. His Honor Judge vVills pre-
siding. /
; Will Wilder, colored, was arraigned on
a charge of stfootiing into a railroad train.
He entered a plea of not guilty, and a
trial of the case was proceeded with. The
testimony showed that the defenidmuit,
who is a young negro man with a reck-
less, dangerous disregard for human life,
did empty the contents of a shotgun into
as moving passenger coach on the A. C. L.
:railroad at a pointtt in this county, and-it
was indeed fortunate that none of the
passengers or Ftain" crew were hurt. After
heating tlie testimony in the 'case the
jury was out but a short whilee before a
yerdict'of guilt was brought in.
The grand jury reported -a true bill
against Will Ward. obtaining money nun-
der false pretense. '
'In the ase ofl.- M. Stevens vs. W. P:
.Lee, action of' ex-contractor, case was
submitted before the 'court and a verdict
was rendered for defendant:
J. L.. Kelley & Sons vs. E. J. Baird, as-
sumpatt, jury called and sworn, apartt of
evidence submitted, and then a non-suit
was entered by request of plaintiffs.
Atate vs. John Hunt anid Jas Howard,
ontedrimgwithout breaking railroad car to
commit mtde'meinor., Both defendants
withdrew fotner plea of not guilty a(d
entered plea of guilty,..
State vs. Gree. C alhoun, murder, case
transferred to the absentee docket.
In 'three cases, A. B. Hull & Co. vs. C.
II. Easterln defendant, and L E. Suiii-
SmNers, claimant; C. B. Pasterlin defen daut,
"d j', Batry, claimant; C, B. Easter'
liit cefe uant, and W. L. Godwin, claim-
ant; Verdicts were for the plaintiff.
D. arvard vs. ti... Ramsey, as
administrator for. estate of '1i kRauisey,
deceased, asaumpsit. By mutual conmseint
case was referred to H. G. Mason as refe-
ree. .
Court adjourned, intil Saturday miorn-
itag at 9 o'clock.
Court convened at 9 a.' m., Judge Wills
Thpfi l t cao tried was that of the
.tate Vs. Andrew Johnson, aggravated as-
sault. Case tried and a verdict of simple
assault;was rendered.
Case of J. R. Eddins ,vs. S, J. Thomas
was continued.
The grand -.jury rendered true bill
against Thomas Gainey and Jesse Wil-
liamas, for murder, .
At boOn the court adjourned until 9
o'clock i(oiday morning.
T4he graud jury having completed its
labors, ad voted ttatls to State's Attor-
ney B." P. Calhouti fo his kindnesses and
assistance to the body during its deliber-'
ations, it also adjourned at noon.
Court: convened 'Monday morning at
9 o'elopkh, Judge W1le psePlding. and
tate's attorney Calhoun apparently
ready for business. several eases were
called up and set for certain days later
during the term.
State vs. Joe M. Fryer, selling liquor
in dry county. The defendant failed to
appear, and his bond was estreated.
State vs. Mose Bryant. Carrying con-
cealed weapons. I'ol pressed1
Itate vs. saac os&tar. Larcen. De-
fendant tried, convicted and sentenced to
pay $52o and costs, or serve three months
in the gang.
Simon Wilihamw; Craplte Johnson, Dan
Joheon anid Battle Clark, lewd and las-
civious behavior. Nol pressed.
D. H. Hall. Selling liquor in dry
county. Placed on absentee docket,
lh9 defndsan slready gereang a term in
the gang.
W.A.Wate,. Selling llqnor in dry
county. Placed en ab ntee docket, as
defeadant Is mering a sentence Imposed
b the unite tpta e C nert.
John Jolhuo.. -Silag liquor in dry
^unty. b1d not appear and his bond
was estra'ted. -

Jid.jnlmum. 4mit u tWedat -the last
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Roed~ bshq pisd
guilt,, eg.10em $so n
ft t sglos hi


"'Which" Asks Three Questions--Is
There a Labor Candidate?
ALAut;LIA, Fla, Feb. 2'. i
ll 1 OR STAR: %Many good lDemnocrats.
feel ,oo poor td take more than one
county paper, and they probably expect.
too muoh of that one. But will you, for
the information of some of your read-
ers in this section, answer the following
t. Are circuit judges to be voted for
in the May primary?
2. Is there a labor candidate for Con- !
gress in the Second District? and if so.
who and where is he?
3. Who are going to be candidates
for sheriff of Alachua county in the
coming primary?
Please answer these three questions,
and oblige, several of your readers, one of
whom I am.

For the information of "Which" and
his friends, we will answer the qIestions
by number and in the order asked, as
1. Yes.
S2. Hion. Walter P. Watson, of Orlan-
do, is a candidate for Congress in the
Second District lie may e termed a
"laber candidate" by some, as be is a
railihod engineer. We know butt littleof
him. He will probably come more promt-
inently before the voters later in the cam-
3. It is impossible to tell "Who are
going to be candidates for hertiff. At
present there are but three-W. C. Hague
LW. W. Feinell (the present incumbent)
and Theo. H. Willard.

Advertised Letters.
List of unclained letters in the


office at (Uainesville, Fla., for .the week
ending Feb. 20, 1904. Persons calling
for same should say advertised and give i
date. One cent is dtie on each letter.
I" ;AmIS.
Miss Anna Birown, Mrs. Ida Bayroi,
Mrs. Williamm '1yfe, Mrs. Rose. Grahanm,
Mrs. Bertha Hill, Miss Mary Isic, Mrs.
Dellcr Jones, Miss jVillie Johnson, Mrs.
Annie Malone, Miss Emma Parker, Miss m
Aminie Simoas, Mrs. Cora Small, Miss
Sallie Williams.
George Amos, Fred Chrirtfux, E. J. '
lilis, a1o-e 'lemnens. Artemonus Have, 1
Chlas. 11ll, Seat Greans, Johnt McMill,
Jini McCall, W. T. Matthews, Eddie Me- t
Csrv, (; S ackey, John 0. Nemne, .1fl-
lary I'o :lr, Shedrick Peterson, 'Frank i
Sixe," T. T. Sweat, Ch!as Howtowell,
Clhas M. Thomas, Tom Thomas; Saler ,
Tho'imts, C. M. Thlomaus, WV C. Wall,
I has J. arner
G, J. A KNow, P1'. M.

Flag Raising.
A large crowd aI.sesmle d at the .school
Auolitorium yesterday -- Washington's
birthday- and the follow ng prograin.was
carried out:
Music. l'ianoSolo-Mrs. R. A. Beckef.
Prayer-Rev. Thos. P. Hay. t
Fancy Drill -Girls of Third-Grade.
Eulogy on Washington--Master El-.
mier McCreary.
Flag Drill--Young Ladies -ighth
Song, Red, White and Blue-By audi-
ence. .
Address, "The American Flag"-
Chris. Matheson.
Presentation of Flag in behalf of P. 0.
S of A.-Capt. Gee. M. Lynch,
Response in behalf of school -Prof. J.
H. Fulks.
Music-Gainesville Band.

Death of Mrs. Jefforda.
Mrs. II. A. Jeffords, beloved wife of II.
G. Jeffords, of High Springs, died Satur-
day evening at 8:a20, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. M. A. Easterlin,this city.
Deceased was born in Darliugton, S. C.,
in 8,18, but had lived with her husband
many years in this county, and besides
her aged husband she leaves to mourn
her death a large family of sons and
daughters, and other relatives and friends.
Mrs. Jeflords had been ill several
weeks, and when the end came she was
surrounded by her husband, several eons
and daughters, and several grand chil-
dren. The remains were arrived to HiR.h
Springs Sunday, and were laid to rest in
the High Springs cemetery. Robt. Me-
Clellan was funeral director.
The Star extends sympathy to the be-
reaved ones.

Will Call Primary.
J F McKbstry, Jr,, chairman Of the
Democratic Executive Cofmmit"_ of
Alachas -coaulty, halia Issued a call for a
meeting of the committee to be held In
'the court house in Gainerville on Tne-
day,'Marc 1, $104. for the Purpose of
.s &llg a couty primary., and the trm-
aeti" of smh other businew as may
rl try ewas beta the meeting.
A f.fl attemd'"'C of members of the
We t ptf diswred and evry member
is rsqeoBktd to attend.



L'irge Number of County Super-
intelidents Speak.


Most of Them Candidates--The
Names of Men and the.
Counties Withheld.
/ [coNTraslUTvD.J
The following are extracts froat letters
of county' superintendents 'of Florida.
The dates of these letters cover a period
of' about five months, extending from
Sept. s, 19o3. to Feb. a2,' 1904.
Names are not given for the reason
that many of these superintendents are
candidates for re-election, and while they
are giving Mr. Sheats 'their moral-and
in many cases active-support, they can
notafford to place themselves in the posi-
tion of partisans, to their own hurt
It is perhaps not necessary to state that
there are no duplicates itn this list.
Co. Supt ... county writes:
"Glad you have decided to come before
plie people again for.State Supt. I assure
you I will do.all I can for your re-
SCo 8tupt .... ...county: "I will
support you in preference to any candi-
date I have yet heard'mentioned."
Co. Supt .. . county: shall
vote for Sheats, and I think . .
county safely yours."'
Co. Supt. ..... ..co; "I anmgo0
ing to do my best to give you a larger
majority in my county than I hot myself."
Co. Supt. . county: "I will
support you, and do it with as much
force as I can consistently with my be-
ing a candidate for re-election."
"Co. Supt.. . ..cousty: "Be-.
tween you antd Mr. Holloway I have ho
hesitancy in .saying that I will support
Co. Supt. . county: "I will
do all I can for you, and I assure you it
will be done from a conscientious stand.
point." .
Co. Supt .county: ."Ibeg
t) assure -you not only of my support, but"
>f that of all -with whom I am closely
Co. Supt . county:' "The
o ily opposition I find to you comes from
disgruntled aspirants for places they were
Hot able to fill." '
Co S,.upt... .county: "I will
cheerfully support you for renomination
for State Superintendent." :
Co. Supt. . county: "You
c.n always. count on me under all circum-
stances. As for my county, thisk it is a
unit for you.".
Co. Supt. county: "I
think we can promise you a better vote
than you,'have ever had in this county."
Co. Supt.. county: "I am
a Sheats- man. Count on. my Influence,
miugh or little as it may be."
Co. Supt, .... ... county: "You
have my hearty support In your candi-'
dacy, and my influence with othera will
be used. in your behalf."
Co. Sept .... ... .county: "I ex-
pect to render you cordial support in the
coming primary."
-Co. Supt. ... county:. "I1
shall do all J can for you. The thinking
people of the State will stand by you.i'
Co. Supt. ....... county: "IaSt
a Shests' ian and always have been."*
Co. Supt. . county: "Of
course I am for you. I am of the opinion
every county officer will be for you."
Co. Supt ......... county: "I do
not hesitate to say that I shall give you
my support. The county will give you
a good majority."
Co. Supt. ......... county: "I
think our county solid for you. This
was the expression of the Hoard at our
last meeting."
Co. Sept. ..county: "You
can count on my support and influence In
this county."
Co. Supt. ........ county: "I
have always cheerfully and unhesitatingly
supported you. and shall continue to do
the same ..... ..county will. be for
Co. Supt .. ... county: "You
may rest soured I will do all I can for
Co. Sept ...... county: "You
may depend up ,, my support. I will
qCo. 8pt. ...... eoery: "'
will to the extent o my a.i..ty, and innu.

ence lud youn my support "
Co Supt. . cmut "You
may count on my eamsnet suppt for re-
- 5.-oo-. j. . emo ty: Vou
saml ha my support. I wl d ry-
thng I canforSyouin to .
(OF.Supt .t. .
isaoe in say. iwRfON 0Your we elsetieso
,s.IWM ... .. ...us-ty:
g= e 51"ms to ewq -y",ofm
a You may count MTEss
bd isu-M ,.
Co. .
W OW yew^
ipSow lbo Up-2

41iit---'t epvan **-* ^

Murder In- Second Degree-Attorneysr
Try to Save ilm.'.
. James Stake, who u murdered his
brother-in-law, John 1F. Angel, in Jack.
sonvilie, a few moths ago, and who was
on trial for 'the' deed two weeks in D1e-
'cn,mber, wpa. again tried and convicted of
murder in'the second degree in Jackson-
ville last week, the first trial having
resulted In a mistrial.
'The. State's Attorney was assisted in
the prosecution by Alexander St Clair
Abraums, one of the State's ablest crini-
inal lawyers, and several prominent
attorneys represented tile defendant. A
new trial was aked. for, aund i that is
refused an appeal will be taken to the
'superior court.
Starke's attorneys tried to show that"
he was insane whens he committed the
foul deed, but the jury considered hint
no more insane than is auy other criminal
when drunk, as Starke was known to be
when he killed Angel. .
There is hardly a doubt but what Starke
should have been hung within a month
after he murdered Angel,* yet he haso
occupied the time of Duval county court
for three weeks, cost the tax payers .as
Imniense amount of money, and yet his
lawyers are still trying to prevent pun-
ishment being Inflicted upon him, just as
though they believed him innocent. It
is such delays--and often. miscarriages
-of justice that makes lynchings some-
times seem excusable.
e H ItarteC He"r.
"Some women," 6 head, "have very,
little nseop of rhythmic time In their
heads,. Are you good at keeping step,
Miss GuahleighY"
'"Oh, Mr. Grubblus." she cried, "tbis
i so suddenly"
For of course all she knew about
.keeping step was confined to the wed -
ding march.-Cleveland Plain Dealer..
G merman Forethougaht.
Wealthy Resident-Why don't you.
call for more firemen, chief?
Chief of Volunteer Firemen-Well1,
you see, we get only one keg of beer fort
putting out a fire, and the fewer there
aro of us the more beer we shall have
?h drink.-Fllegeado Blatter.

Notice-People and Candldatef.
The people .ho read the Star dur-
ing the present political campaign in.
Florida, are, hereby notified that
there will, from time to time; appear
in the paper matter advocating some
candidates whom the editor Is not
supporting, and for what is said in
such communications the editor will
not be responsible. Over. political
commiunications-whether advocat-
ing the candidates of our choice or
not-may appear either th6 .word
"Communicated"' or "Conitributed,"
as the .contributor desires. We be-
lieve that no candidate should be de-
nied a hearing in any. newspaper, but
we believe, also, that no paper should'
be expected to devote its space to the
interest of any candidate entirely
free to such candidate.
Candidates for county commission-
er, school board and minor offices,
can have their announcements in-
serted in the Star until after the sec-
ond primary for 63.50 each, 'and all.
other candidates-Couiaty, State and-
Federal-for 53.0. each, .provided.
Showeve, the annonetmeant.does not
occupy more than twenty lines, head
and signature included, and ,ash. .-
companies eopyy for 1 1aoune9ent,
Anything in iddltiot to a twiesty line
announcement will be charg-
ed extra, except our-editoaal support.
which we reserve the right to bestow
according to our wn liking, and for
which no charge will be msde.
Any eandidat,. whether favored by
the Star or not can have as much
space in the paper an he will pay for,
o alicatioaA. Prienda of ay .can-
didate who may deprte spae* in these
columns for the pnrpme of advocat-
ing his favorite, or fevorit, may Se-
cure pe~ce at the same special ratM,
but be it known to all, that we ar
nbt doing a "credit buaneu"-the
cash must come with the matter to
be published. .
Brooklyn N. V., April a., '99.
Dr. 8. 1. Giddiungs,
Dear Sir:--Will yop kindly Inform me
by return mall If yea cana senad your o50.
bottle of Hair Grower the Uuparaslsled
"(Trade Mark) and if so I will ased you
a postal note for the seine. Please inform
me the, amount o pMstaef if It au be
When is Florida the winter of zjfl
and '9S I numd Ivs bottle of the twnty-
ave cent sims and peiuce a nise growfh
of hair where it bes INs-sessltreiybald
for fiteen yeas, and now 1 wOud hkC e
try it ones more tta-a 1. .

59 Hicks St. J.W. EATnun.
ofto dwmag &, 1 thesm.

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Try Pagan's market for best meats.
W. M. Dale spent Sunday with friends'
in Ocala.
Gus A. Morton of Eve, was a business
transactor in the city Friday.:
Rev. L. W. Moore, of Ocala, was greet-
ing Oainestille friends yestedAsy.
Flor cash only.- Small beas ocuiplete
for $i.5o, Shaw Furnishing Company.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newber ry of Highb
Spring, spent Sunday ints Gainesville.
Reliable- sewing machines for sale:
20.00o cash. Shaw Furalshing Company.
Yesterday being Washington'- birth.
day, the banks aind postoffice observed
the usual holiday.
Second hand sewing machines for sale.
From $6,oo. Cash only. Shaw Furnish-
ing Company.
Rev.J. B. volley, editor southern Bap-
tist, Jacksonville' was greeting friends in
this city last night.
M. I. Jones was in the city Friday
from Tacoma, and while here he renewed
hits subscription to the Star.
Prof. M, C. McIntosh, principal of the
Archer school, was among the prom.
inent visitors to the city Saturday.
I. C. :Chitty. one of the county's most
prominent busi-ess men, who" resides at
Micalopy, is its the city attending cuurtL
Mr. Ivan Holder, one of LaCrosse's
most prosperous and highly respected
citizents- was In the city Frtday on buhS.

J; R. Williams, H. C. Catoamd WW T..
McLendon, all of Alacha, ,were trans-
acting businem .i n the Central City last.

U. J. Futch and D. sunaway, two
prominent bas nem man of 1 Ugh 1ipr lng,
were among the business N' i4tons to the
city FPlday.
If it Is job p ntaug you want mut end
your order to the mtar. It wilt have
prompt attention, and work a nd prices
will suit you. tf
Mr. J. T. Price, one of the best and
moat influential citizens of .the Wade

section, i attending court here this
week as a jamror
Homer Loe, "Trentoni 0, B. Croeby,
Island sove; J. X. Feaster, Wasaboota,
and Qeorg OGibbons of Archer, were la
GOanaeville stardsy.
Don't fall to attend the Grand Open-
ing of the laeMville Plorida Chautau-
qua on Sunday, Peb. US, st the Taber-
nac.le i
Hoa. T. A. DokU of anat Pe, and ML
B. Weeks of lawthorn, both memberseof
t county school bard, were among the
pMoaNl t vIsito to th city 1st1u9tT4y,
Mr. Will Ma try, i popular ad ef-.
fieeat beokkedp41 at t1 -Fts- Natilcei
Uank, hasbebbquite I Ior-sevtal deos
ad his fed9 ar be is thrlteasN with

Cp1,Tb W a W.se 4

Cob, o apd. S wIu abl altars at the a
Ses. Iep Lst-

County: -
I embrace this method of expressing
my warmest appreciation for the copn
fidence you placid in me in x896, and
continuously front that date to thi, and
sincerely trust that your conwadeA e eas
not been betrayed, I have endeavored, to
the very best of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of persons or the coo e-
quences to myself. How well I hate suc-
ceded I leave to young to Judge. have
been encouraged to believe that -my of-
forts have received the approval of the
peaceful, .-law-lovi ng atlnans of our
county, for which I Ud 'truly thankful. I
am again a candidate for the office of
Sheri "and will appreciate your support,
and promise, if reflected, to- resume smy
duties :unfettered with any promise to
special favors, and shall endeavor in the
future, as in the past, to do my duty the
best I know bow. romisin if 'elected
or- difated not to be asandisLte for the
office again. Respect ully"

I will be a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the su.
port of the voters of this county In the
coming primary Again thanking the
voters for my election as Raepreentative,
I am asa ever,
Tmao. H. WnAAuRD.
-County Superisntendent.
I hereby announce mysOelf candidate
for the olice of 8upnldnd t of
Public Insmrueihr oA acbaa county,
subject to the aetn of th Pen-ocraf
Primary, and vspeelfily. solicit the ap.-
port of all deof tlooote0`.1
J.0. ,!,mO, .-

County Suprlnteneient .
I am candidate for the office of u.
periteadeot of Public Instruction of
ba county, subject to the action of
theL Demsoprati pimary, and solicit the
support of Demoncratlcvoters. If sleeted,
I wil favor retrenchment and the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. K UnV.

County JOiO..
I hereby announce M0 If as a AsOlM
date before the D :00tq rmlasr of
Alachua county for MreekMti f to e4
fice of County Judge. Having ilthtlully,
honestly and impartially dislqrd my
official dutiesn the ist I plede my
honor to cotUntue to d ,soin the futre,
if elected, an4 will he very grateful for
the pportof the Demortic vot
the county, r. 0, MAOW.

Tax" Aesewr.
repetfully nimae myself a
cadidae ow the o Tax Asmsor el
Albhus oemsty, subject to the DemQo
Havig *Nofeuted to fill out the
na, f teo= ety pwOecesor, Iw
a good people of Alacha oy
for at' t the poll&
awl do-! mey owed to _=,4

a mse ofWsBa Ws. ebsou.

C diunny Tear. lRlwrs "
@u/. ue'a seu.
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JAS. IRAHAM STritAcKIN. -Pe rtla 0 nn0W R mI06{CN .
hand of Affliction Laid Heavily Upon
f ilm Saturday. Announcemenits under the above head,
Mr. Jamnes M. Graham, president of of reasonable length, will be published in
the First National Bank, and of the each and every is!,se of the Twita.A-_
Gainesville & tGulf Railroad. was and- W1:. K. STAt from now until the cam-t*
denly stricken down Saturday afternoon laign is over for $5 for each announce.
with apoplexy, sudden paijalysi, or. ment. TuH CASH must accompany the
something of the kind. coly for each announcement. Announce-
When the stroke first came, Mr. Gra- mients ai this price must not contain
hain was standing in front of the Brown more than TW aKY LINES, including
House talking to a friend, into whose head and signature.
arms he fell.. Physicians were hastily ... .
summoned, and the unfortunate man Clerk Circuit Court.
was taken to his residence In an u'ncon. To the lDemocrats of Alachua County:
scions and perfectly .helplert condition. As the State lixeetive Committee
About ten tmutes after thafrstat rokeahave selected the soth of May for holding
About ten nutesafter th rst strok a our Priary election, I hereby announce
second onl came, and by ti1any it is con- myself as a candidate for. the position of
sidered remarkable that quick death did Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachue
,tot follow the second Sttoke. contyi and I solicit not only the vote,
.Mr.. Grahamt is still helpless and but the support of my friends to secUre
S ut his friend re h my election: if elected, I promise to
apeechless, but his friends am more0 hope. perform the'duties of the office faithfully
ful this morning of his recovery than and.ully. 'I make thispromiteknowing
they have been before since he was thoroughly what those duties are. They
stricken. It is believed that be has been have.afadmy been learned by experience,
conscious most of the time, and that he any id mythat' apl Democratkin their
has not suffered much pain. selection. -
Death of Mr. Easterlmn. AMstuI H, W ,..
John D 1 asterlins, of Marietta, Ga., Clrk CiroultC iau t.
died at his homes in that place last Thurs- yelloww Deynocrats of Alacihua countYl
day aftercoonft. er an illness, bf several Ihereby announce yseit a candidate
day afterion, Pter an lesa, of su everitealn- for Clerk of the C'ircuit Court of Alachua
dsayduration. Deceased wa superinten- county, subject to your action It. the -oc
deit 1of the :Southern Bell Telephone Democratic 'rlinarty. I tolilit the sp- st
Company's Atlanta office, and stood high port of all )Deniocrats, and If am eleted wh
i business and social circles. ie was a _promise t discharge.tho duties of the
brother of 'Ceo, w. Hssterlht; of H~h office to.the very bestof uty ability.
brother of Geo.W.-Hasterlni of High Respectftilly, b. .
Springs, 'and had many other relatives J. MAXiT Dali,. bu
and friends inVElorida to whom the news -.
of his death was a shock. To e Voters of outy
TotheVotersof'Alachua Countyi' Jac
Novel Sobrietr Test. I hereby announce myself a candidate V
To ascertain whether a man was for the office of Sheriff, subject to the go0
drunk or sober a Dulblin doctor made action of the next Democratic'primary. al
him 'hop twelve feet on the rtght foot -If deleted, I promise to discharge the t,
and ths samen dstanc on the left and dutls1 of the office to the very best of my Sw
and the tanie dit on one g for ien abty, and I solicit the support of nl wl
t.p stand on one lve voters at the Pollts.
ond and' the other leg .for ftqr me- vor"s lRapectfully,
onds. The man stood theo test ad the iW. C. HAUR.
magistrate accepted it as proof of his
sobriety.-London Mall. Sheriff. ad_
To the Democratic' Voters of Alachua L.


Jaskomvllle Hotel.
hbe New Traveler Hotel, H. W. Han-
k proprietor and R. W. Campbell -
an manager, In the pla- to ,o
en you go to Jacksonvlll. NI,
mu, good table fare, reasnMaable rite,
I centrally locatsd-of BUT street I
ineas center. Mr. Campbell i so
aldo, Alachua county, and it will at-
d him pleasure to treat nicely people
Inlte home county wheq they go to
When you ge to Jacksonville and want
o fare and tolite attention at f Mon.
met, inquin for the "Tmrvels MHo-
" ad when you go to Or-en eCo
rings stop st the R.dde 6 otal, of
tch Mr. Hancock ist also proprietor.

The underslgnad leaving baen pointed
minilstrator of tae eto teo Mrs. A.
Stringfeilow, deo@ed, notice is here-
given that creditors, legatees, or die.
butees and all persons having claims
demands against the said estate to
msnt such claims within the time pre-
ribed by law. All person ndebte to
Id estate will pleM pay amounts to
I undenlgfed.
R. L. OralNorx.LLow,
mlilastrator estate Mrs. A. L. String*

Prefssner. I
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Gainesville, Florida.
Opposite lrown House.
'Phone No. 97.

Oainesville, -' Plorids.
Office in Miller's Law exchange.
. .

Home of the Orange.

The liand of 06wfl Hw4'.
'Oree.e, Gf1 ; C do '
l ante o
Pe Ouban LaN JidI-

Andrews & Todd, .

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Interlachen, Fla.
Gaineaville,-at the Brown House,
Feb. a4th and a5th.
High Springs, Feb. 26th and 27th.
Lake City, Peb. a9th, March m.


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at Impressive
Funeral in the Sendtsb.


S --st um le'm- N P- d tiMe arest ,.

S. l *tt te Clve.
laned f IntrwMant,


SA if~teagln special 5sW; It tk y
___ ait the BM#Ozak^-- **mM- |Jh

- O1Irnd- -ed Sfmiet

M U-t iabiUtoealla of
1001yi bo.o*m. .

8,~~ at If- ii~o^ii||~ii "Oftsbmg

Hkw"-b-aof .0r "butot Val at

I e,. or, .,

Swhiafterasbita U

me New Orleaga tW
aAd mamed a state i.thcea LeI
re publicans will alMhawtee
nl the ield.
-A large conference of ana &ess '
fS bofga at Tuskageege ja. hFeei.t
e. A declaration was 'm.sl.to tie

-Nearly 1.000 i ha ,t qt ta lbe

of Nori a ,.Caro, M ,wisto
siUU golng o L- -
lant, i M an t l bt t-
Saturday ba .ml histaf l
"rank tatd Ss sl-sle Sthe
darer p- watl t lUatB' suadean

apa ken elcii afllated with is a NtOMO a iS the or e
ll Saam by U tie o frmd i teey saesad also tioose
-DtStm aoeatlam-. There ws .gy
.- t.k 'S ,-'the ,a a growing fee lingin
0111s Sait CUsgMOamman Charlea s otlk
10" t t e Ts m wilt be chasen ta the Tutted Statet
S S sm w" avvly 'senatoarial vacacy caused h the dat,
a ...of Mr. Masna.
.J ial gnls ,mn asw a.-o em -At the melliltsU A O f tte trfde
F wtasI it mi xe. -e TaUI eS p tak eatiantaset
W l aetimo ar m-amn 8hAts" ha. Te"ut twtoe Tin.

an.mwtan*aw easBtIAt, .71'-0alef m -a l
Sd to ordw. iemty -m
-the htous e .e wb -T"Albarnolt ." m av ~ft -a 0

ti -t &.' -"r a&tto M o, the City oP Ba tin
A.r.m ,oe sa a t ti the reou Sf t rebel
J It the- btiegidfw trna by te D el ia t eo as
mu"ied Sb hmr "ln,
f 1 li uhan e st' atft a a- agB at ie finMa a

R.-..1'. tft*, mN r 1 1wb .. 1P .t1 e 1W ,06"..., N.. -to I
so. aO o an.- ldMa -,aA nN* ae e6 I e

:, .T baa wetl -a w- ,A.n
S u' n Ta em3a*& M, gffl of tag ir'eat a02400.
': a u t f t hW a ano

-a Pen T Wysa ~ ..
So m Tl o ave s Aoof' a- r. J. a W'ay, of casbmhaw LGa.,
Im a l, TeBr thist t arw Wto& t h te m. hu& pui d&rI t1 te Mt, egme
ig' eage e'atea eow o mah.etoeLofte ---. S iftl ad o ma fL-
'AllZ4 R sa, b b hs ts ans.f ? "-tti Lmrnatha ca omt C*trtUM, b S.
wibe sat e Sa u tci- toltat, r at war with the -ei tr ani,
b e 2 = 4 0 0 I D t h a t *It I n e llW l e d th a t t heU w t1 we a g 1-
th t i "ta a W ithoIt le oil su"ly tfor tw e
Colla. Im-Georgia l oaatir ahlta hafbl h
a mwt DrhDr. ca e.- ant tahe luaer Intarest- s a Cmea
"iSl hse. f t*-MW tIe, Ank anOate ai a* TIMtAM e-O fttn wlt. tate s
as S uer eighty yearn of Mage his charge sag. Mio .
voWm ps-is evure cwear h *l'thee ~-tobt pareoia. r"treadar cenats
I a. e go i p3a t o Dr:t tel warnos A1Ilat n dComet Line It reu
Tflt a femsof Paplett wok.Its tn QaSi tr lb2en Roey MeKat to ad'
a- Sates It their easrlontriat -m en 5. C.

o 0fl WS "'hMebn wil rbe- wtU...Sts ~ a,
owe va fr Sipe*atie a e | a
':. tt ae l t uteri hA Oa WPe, ai ---hmee a-- ibe.a.ec
A bo ua"utS 0 Is oam& routeb i In. a. apvai sIt satesanowalal

18 ,y m 1s"i spren hills.
v'-w a' J sas theX L re of .aDmeay,
f rtm U a s Iti m a ,l i C on s., t Sd a ma d h i s h m H
S-i i as cha n" amber of the Am
it greater and strongerintea an ar A lam aloa.
Mg whoat I" wors anerisy at'al al
S nth, Ina te lb and hope and love, I 1 ear tCumberlaad. Md.,
Ifatre wa no contiver. s cahemer. u Men thestra ck..two persona kil-
me rInventor; 1at of nd wn hr ee aboat n" sty*-f itnlred.
SeaMrlst. Blre w aa wour ld .- m. m, of ce ev earvtv
hiKo at ntad. wha beitaod Ias auc e es oa of tth batte sf Mo Jactsto, has
S who knew haw to succ d by Jlut ,die d at Austi, Teas.
UIg9its aWB sts golesfK" -air Henry Irvino hek actor, catll
aS 0tan KPe -wua w thlh Dr. the Chicago olcal'st an at of puun-
M1- a b" Va 0 the f rtqidlro Lstricken jacks
megeauho atd of newspoaer car -fAywr T 3E Welis. af Puam-ea
s the capta!,: t.'td I a, ws tried In the polUce art be
W S- Va -s"l- ,.ang ,. f.th eavoicted and fined by the
W .., Thamr This woe U.e a ,
B 'a-The Rbafn protectedta es-t'.
UM uJk in afJork& SAskhmt. WWee we Gm-M b the
J a e -n of"O" m o -war IlaCe lirta Ar-

elmlit Cer b 77y S Ieve iSS l ibitr infbss'luy,
fI'^l*U thev tia omae- er "e *fII* 1 Raed, agttngO
Mumm o"81 th0ir 1t ht e We s

n -- S au. to ta -Poad f -l e n m t.teis b e e q

a boaintetinm by Dr. Saoft, nasea lx*h

t h e e-WOaded hbut ntiew.Lftan* W.
WOO *ftl7ml" som "b" were Leit I t iU : HI _- -_ ___ _
me ffmem a Falll ,aed se a aaim" "

11"Imm a r WlSlridpat s0ay% Th*eo l
hpkmmgafhe to s o stW:




fs by .. qp .. m hS'
,.,, jta mf,-at ,,,-.
sm usdt ie Pteebee w t to flt

ANW- V ltr 8r

d"Air iwi *l Huet tud. b

'a*" m W.a.
' al- hA B^-t e o gaa e Ame i |tm
stee adars MtR tlare-, c. dastiste
'e ts MW lt a a e when

lOft WW W *MlabW a ttihtesa r;
Wlmea wse t* as e ms. a ste awalt
ot aatf f s w s. betie caices
aW taI w.sh maumot oe a r ruarhert
OMWO W-60a ar01gt by thO RUB

-rho dtecp of k" tfc ritpry aa
te deire of the Iswearws coa e wtajR
oabce were thge c alts an tios Imp. w
v*LbI8tp of zra erenge an nd redfctjTo
prWes rt r which. h eebte tar
OW mlessm e m m to not be at
i pam ita at tKm 0,i sn we and

eitlrops whmic ema thatcur alh er.
,.UMa arf -s"ft t fR et-*efa w tucl
Onke dlatsnc of dike rloody sad

Pthe dSteieofl te artemst -.t bneai

'thllitoyo ostlel =ma m = -eittr&Sdeule
~eASa tMA wao- uthea ltaail.
tow uw asup Itoael. BetikoM ta

.eguo tor to* hethe iMg and w an

=As dl inr teweebeCIn aa bsuatialt
at t* artlwine aven tgnkt aun tre
,.ownfteam tss *R atim ye -a weca-ll
ae ekesa lm one term Oathescne

nMAut tflR Ar Aatnr UtoAnMA.

Trbag s Nak eM f Wsamhra to saP
aItaIon S 3setl T .ey
A A I"- *t- apbefani says: bn cont-
tetios wtth the thiSenaaed upristag
it the U*tlimea dpadft -. In Washing
tea Rw *"tived tbh tell tuext oE a
aaut rerattly mat by Turkey to tho
p. awr, siloey to. the treaty of Ber-
tan sTo ft alarmspM 11ut24arin with
/toMatis' all- the trsbie ina Macedo-

"The p$aitapalMty ar Buargarl does
not atlge It attitude aof active.
thtaugh mealceMd, hbetllity tn spito of
the o crts ca the part tin carrying
thiagh. tlhe sliaultd retagsm o TPrtr-
werS gja-W c ro'eve"l the f.ol
f tL beta:
S"L Is eoear pt be lale to arm llJ
tkhe elMae BuM -as weal s ammau-
nittM 'awe, constantly traaaported to
etght Bultart trmtswtLr places.
"- The o deots of these frontier ill-
'violam am a pretiioned an&t armed as
"I The powder factories and artil-
tley wrkaboy ln Sofia wotwk double
time and wth double fore-s
't Alt the military roads leading
into Turkey along the entire BuJga-
pla frontier are Imgroved and widen-
ed anda made anamable especially for
rtllJery.. Then roatier telegraph sy.s
tim la being established, especlaly
saog O. priuclpal roada.
"&i. Iall t ie diatrtits preparations
at *a tegp M ale ae made for amass-
Ob astilte s. a vat e 0imanlartat anil
t": fHlt at S Itaammd of wagon
by tbe mem htlan tBa frst appeal."
&VkMM1 Sle niaaft state that
the Ateanms wta ,Were besleging
MtMis fitan Wa, wMtW .5t Uq rk-
bb oeM a trme gaS, repat
ft 0 2 ~ toh be age* l by O-
ISlt IMaMft Sat 00466b0iL Sam btel's

webts* Tt tehTWO& Imbm am tory
heay. aaadin. isimasam a -.m
have keen dNiaeS to Werimwtclh

". uAM e uaaaa

UWrilMgi omiw f4Mkte. Gttg Al as
'11.W a bal e Is asfte t aty

, m bMA -ome b-e a

as t ta


rj..t. I.. ..I AR. CTI3C
V," ePrepes "Leaiag to te

S f Sr" ines & Inteytty of China. r E a
O 4.. A a8. .te rsburg ditc m ,says: t.* a k as ,the whali 3-

11 r usalsmif reply to BScrwtiy Baysn note less sitido 5 ft tut
SSOME DIVERSE VIEWS Chi" probably wlil be made In a the t
Ifew das. t will acqaiesse In the the, whle sene hut not reeseb"
CO Mh o1r0itaet. hut with certain reserve gone years ur-uaded a waleta i
.t 1 ** 'ft I P.-MMrdo t"s, regarding Chinese administra tuas dinapPeA t1e I0 10a
Wy M 0 i0.9ve 1 atac olever tme region lan Ma-. has been more than badasep by thes
"M of it N lean. ,--- _, crs iemaed to Rusia., or covered y Increot Ind anger and hatow, tr pawt
confront thoewho follow .tb i
Srt se :dmintry at the present dine; at boleast.th
s etgaunrd existing Russian u te rests who seek the whale It his far ,noW
; wWhen.theas ate waa first dispatcldd thed fastnes.ever the blek Arctic
a nit. Vf 1111 W." Potersbug were undenia'uly dispuad se. ltee the whaling leet tOW
aPauir 'i t h pprincipally eperatetl.
wnt h spc& 'Y t hae tel- to 'vew it with* sutspiuln. andi there It i doubtful if this basardous In-
auor witk &l pttl talO t tabjlec L fore its reception by the other calt- duntry Is. one-tenth asa etenstve Dno
dl4t rs the greater portma of the day's nets was awaited w 'th keen naterist as it was forty. or even thirty, years
&O iMn, nt .dis ulod mW pheMs The, Russian authorities have obtained ago. but, such as It is, It divwdea with
of th ittsUbeet. sustaO lg the' oer, 6 at the views of the Europesa chancellors thee cod fisheries of the Nbewfonadland
Sthe preetutedt throughout the prewteei and have seen the friendlIy recep:oai banks the distinction of being a sea-
l Inga resulting in n e IlindspMdenace a' given to the note even by Rtiiis' l'd fariag pursuit most beset with hard-
I Panar. He n alm cdlteoded for tbe- aly. the f-ar tha It itnht u.Ltaiaa a ship and peril.
Superiority of tie Panama route over hidden pitfall tar Russia began to dis The life of the whaler ha long beeo
Sthat of Xlicragna. DEr:BK his present, appear. The Russiaum author ties ha. familiar, having been the theme of
c action of the qui loton Mr. Spooner wat new been acquainted with the repeae4 many a song and story. but less i
I froquoatly Interrupted by Mr. Morgan. of the remaining powers, inctulding heard of It now. whalers being so few.
Sarly In the day Ur. Tlman eater- I that of Japan. and it bas practically Yet in the remnant of the old fleets
Sed am notbn ato reconsider the ti. vote been deciladed to sie aaiheirenc in tht formerly made New Bedford La-
'Af last Monday by which the bill to principle. mona the world ovter are to be found
grant $150,000 to former Queen Lou- Russia explainesl thar sh.z was as grlni survioalas of the storied past and
kluAiai was defeated, but ttrtber con. ahlxlotus as Jie other ptwers to prevent reminders of new risks r wun that com-
a lderattlon of the maggeslnu was not disorders In China ana to preserve merce may still hae the waleoil
prened .t the time. its integrity. but that awing to R u and whaebough ome it demands.the preent
Mr. Spooner found a atrong arau ala'sa Interests in Mnchuria dficute Althoughr ar sometill owned In New pred-
Smeont In favor of the Panami route in I are presented China muir ue prorte, r. foreand elsewhere. San Franc.Ico
the fact that a sft level canal Is feaa ed and Russia wil makhe a reaervaion I nowadays their headaiartetra. rom
d Ibis at Panama. on th1 pmAint- She does nit desire her which port they fit out for their long
b Mr. Morgan took Issue with rthe posit'on in this respect to he mis.a voyages, and to it they return-wheng
statement relaUve to a sea levt elanal, derstood hereafter and for this reason they return at all-from their period
contending that the tides in that vicln- be words will be explicit and not of exile in the frozen North.
ity are such as to render a sea level equivocal. This period is an elastle one, depend-
waterway almost outt of the question. Russia has not yet given permIsiaoo log principally upon the season's
S"And," said Mr. Spooner. Interrupting for any military attaches to join the catch. If this be a good one. the wha-
S"r have no doubt that whbn the time Russian army In the field. Reque-its ler, if she can get away south before
comes, N'caragua and Cost&' Rica will have been received frnm all the pow the winter's Ice closes ta upon her,
be delighted to make the proper cun- era, including the United states, amr sails for Friaco in gratitude to lay up
enMiioaI" It la understood that Viceroy Alexiffr. for the winter, after discharging her
"I' da't know," replied Mr. Morg,s. t to whom the qtelion was referre., aergo., in the soft mud of Oekland
"Ulal Lheyr will be delIghted, but they would prefer that foreign attached Cheek or the Potrero, until the ap-
cas he comaUlled to o s." should not join In the Russian field preach of spring puts her In coemele-
"By the use of gnus." Mr. Sooner operations until March, eplainling that slon for another rialse.
stggetestd Mr. Morgan responded by owing to the unexpeced suddenness ot If the catch be not good, however
te sawin t t tsuc a sgremenmt coud the outbreak or hosttlites. it is difficult the unhappy whaler makes ot some
be secured by thisa amre ament "a to make arrangements for their vem- refuge on the northern coast of the
ake arracontinent before the Lee pack closes in
e matia it could bui d a new repubUc rtnable accommodatlom, especially snd the long Arctic night settles down
at Psnaa'." during the severe weather, until that there to await In daTknes, cold and
Mr. Spooner defended the preaidenu. time. drearIness for the dawn and the thaw
gaifast tIM change that he had vtol .t- whibh wlJl herald the secorid summer's
d the o r act In falli to take P RT ARTHUR MENACED work. These refuge are le or
the Niearagu rc.te when Colombia bays. In which the abip may lie, f ro-
:illed to accept the Hay -Eerraa treaty. men In. but protected by Intervening
f he had takes that course. Mr. Spoon- Naval Oficears Beltelve Japan Is Prepar- land from the irreslstible crushing
r ftclared that mere would have been ing to Maka Determined Attempt floes that move in the open. The fa.
nAter to reprove the president "for to Take Rutsan Strnghold. vor]Ite havens are at Herschel Island,
e aStrnuoua haste In turorae h 3 back to TaR R a hl Balley Island and FrankliUn Bay. all
in a route itt favor of whlr'i congress Dispatches from the Far East Wed- 'well to the esatward of Point Bar-
Had made a solemn declasr't on. neaday indicated thea Japan is prepare row, In the Arctic Ocean. Here, from
Mr. Spooner discussed at somr.e ing to maie a deter netl attempt rites r to May. the Impres led whale-
:e qth. the failure of the Hay-Herran capture Port Ar;nur, the stronghold )! remains, her people condemned to an
treaty and during his remarks on that the Russians. exile more trying than that of cn-
point Mr. Morgan said that his position Toka Ait t:isa state that num aroue vi,2ts.
on that treaty bad been "-idjcate&. transports. heavily laden with trocp:' There in a u fa t
"The fact remaina' said Mr. Spoon- and munitions are on the sea, and it feThre i a popular fallacy to the
er, "that th: asnator from Alabama la believed 'that these transports will masthead of 'There she blows!" whbch
.wjr the only American quoted while land at places where the Japonese ar thrills the whale shi'ss master and
the treaty was under consideration at my can co-operate with the navy In crew when treir prey is sighted. This
B tgota." an attempt to reduce Port Arthur. is not the cry, which, Instead, Is merely
"that." replied Mr. Morgan, without Tokio advices report tna: Japaneta the stentorian, prolooged crescendo
rising from hisl eat, 'is not the firat troops are at WIJu. on thre 'ralu rivpr mnnoylilable "Blo-o-o-wr'preeedAedi nau-
time that Satan was accused of quot- 'W'ju is not a great distJnte from ally by a long. audible Ilhalarion. The
Ing scripture." Port Arthxur. magical effect of itis has been too
Mr. Spooner said that he had observ- British military exper'- believe, often described, and the thrilling pur-
edl that whenever our ebips were La that. the Japanese plan of campaign suit of the whales in the ship's boats.
the vwitelty there also were French contemplates the lmmedia',e inverse with Its exciting Incidents and too
ships there. "I have no doubt." he meant and capture of Port Arthur 0 1 frequent tragedles, where the loss of
said, "It on Auguat the 13tn the presl- this theory they explain the contineivl, men Is regarded as far less moment
dent bhad abandoned Panama aad gone attacks which the Japanese flee1.4. than tbe losso ao whali. as the old
to Wcaraguna there would still have making on tho port. sonc says. Its te fainiliar to be re-
bee aships there, although they would The capture of Port Artaur wou'l older save that is the sarme now as of
not have been ours." enormously increase the prestige ot orally se that ehr quicken the mow gn
"What would they have done Mr. the Japanese and give them a fort fle- user's death d h quicken t brefen bocn
Morgan asked. base from which they could operate. e chase athnd the usually brlen bot
"They would ha'r taken care of effer vely against the Russian Line of The ateum whaler Is a vessel of
Preach interests just as al govern- communication In Manchurna. peial design. She his full sail
mentsa are expected to protet their In- power, ia generally bark riguced, and
terests," Mr. Spoonaer iplted- FOR MI(IISSIPPI SCHOOLS. only uses her steam power for enter-
The senate adjourned until Saturday Ig and leaving pert or La picking her
on account of Mr. Hana. fneral, *i51 Appropriating Mileon and a Quar way through the devious paasg-as In
tar Goes to a Gvernor. the Ice or In other narrow waters. Tn-
BRYAN SPufAKIa IN ATLANTA. After a debate Taating all day the ike m oat other steamers, her engines
Ml-aisalapgl senate, Wednesday. passed and bullers are well aft the asmoke-
nMebewslsa ds'- S- I e nesi- Aitom a the house bill approptating I$,250,000 stack bel p placed between the alas
the Audetnme e "Measet lat-e" e ar annum to the common schools ana! and m-aes mast. By hirving the ma -
SshnB th e ure now toesa ta .e governor r t not only a the at trm
tw reo. Iand E slas a Ifw tt feature. the boilers if greeter see in wan g
saltence ha AtlantaS Thun y nBU. Members of the two levee o the TIving quartets. but sore andt bet.
H. was stns a ae--itfoX lintg are at the capital En force to oppose *,, 8eurttl
.n tfreqet -Umaa a w the amendments tb th e illsa anthania The smoltetack In Its pecular poet-
boata, instead of the seal slainder
mRjSSA'S amO TaoU *Ie4 a -rPT-FVIIL MLt.IOU L0Ot iron aes: the anmerws loag, sleder
---gracefu beats, and manJy ether car-
Cesr yeem M e Tan. Wv to Lm-. a E5uiSe et Preprty B acterttiua aetisceable eoly to the eye
cautos wih at h -e Ttil a hye 1 eitfmsera Ceaagettia, oet the asamman stamp bher character at
Ameereag to an jssetmal P'tW t as lnrnuest from ma ni-hornttlv
dispat. ea rrialsL Sit. s er tha o a W le Tarry vTsy latr eerewt tw-
burg are man .g to t hat wee Iaee an lmoe lth at the turnd tIag to the peculiar satte of thet
Russia has -s agL er d t on the realty s e th eet wort A steam whaler itn als in her

the 4111^1=0 manq1,4 t.e__at at-h
it i s s Uaablet- W ltSe o ga gr* te& aselmst ia hta lanmge hboat:& the a @ o waste ta-
mtnt wkiaes er ts ame oam at Sc a oots oeanumaed im the be on. a aent. ap e a etae a' b
erlke tEhLt, aont=aer tac between fty- sO mP MYyt to al-mt. and a seeaw hsber a ceapatm or
tM Wt A i As thaea l estate a "e. two n w temni
4 4 tnu*-d atlM if t'rims eaana d from e entr ea t ve to St ry ae-
agb. now&at^ at -5Ai No we x taoseteafl les sI y loftte biet n ly a n am& a ltan .
~we" r"Obft r" Ineo'I-, ifa othe M ae of about SoLM6OQ"w of wlm t t reiv -
at the t m vim 0 tthe lwat aw mLLo&" wae& TbMwk am L, wb ft'Itt *
-,th lowest g ", th". at I. wthew nmuoaeKB to

mmAT Wft W@mA wmusincA .&ts WlPcSaem Wi ea.ch a ag eft the meamm
*,N ., |i of c ^ l ilhi bth,, e^sme

*. V Ft&a a "t he Me A.Ie by .ablle h betS m C hMet Thr h te "1
eis'0e cana W Sffte h2S A ma th enp ca wyste r bat be al W s* tne waset s
mV~ ns aaiwl mawe ma. c#a Vattb sto -- W 1e 1Elalt pt A
?saa. flO511- h0 a 'Mt teen Shaisse-be3a mm-e t mgsee ^&eto b # tthe > a sa"
it it.sao* am kiboetm at a n k' atuV 'I-* U a^ a, is* 00 =w.-1 g ail
Upm a. %. team. & mom. 'm OetCma.La zigs 4L'0Jh.** .*k

A *j' 1 W.

, O4 b *af. "*s .Whe Arctic Oen
e hsMbt A 'bowheadnf.
.the Y3 Whatm will yI-l ai
t5 e ftim sad from r ln& S
sveueey-Si Of oil. Al avt-,
estb Sera sioa n Is about
whalt itl U Is not rare forl
vesse9 tb in._l, fit -e-fnill as to
the etade hes without s-. hiring
Onet 0tlwst hpatehes of r ..-, tye
was tht dt so Peiaga, ia IWIJ4
witeh @aflbt pAity-six whah., it
aueaI @* !.msa This rp>,,ra l
eqam WAIle yer. pre'-,,,iIy
e u te at rW.,ie at*,
Whether It. whlea In ..Ct..tiicgie
growing esraer te s qunaiu i of ig^H
mia only, although It Is proa,ie, Ur
tiley are at lay prolific ad. t ke1 lon
to grow to 1ii.4e -ty, even w,In pare.
tal care. BoaIetnm repornv a re i.
ceived anae Rnet a large nmjior of
wbates, while on the other b.i.,i Coo.
trary report are made by r.:tunjq
whalers. m matter of fan'r. -ib re.
ports SAm of U00 vaIe, a s ii.'y ain
basid m merely oa the persoa expet.
lencs of lavduSid l klppv-r4 at r.'
rloes timeshn a i various pinr.,
Desto the steadyf Inroads niat.l up.
on the wbHn Industry by .iiff..ret
vegetable and mineral suiber.n._- tfor
wihalebone ad whale ail, Ithr- tIt.
man ,for an ItndeflLite peritl., a do-
mand for thes material f,,r f ..rtala
purposes, fTr whidfh no asbstinils yet
discovered are satsatory. ui.I then
are undoubtedly whales eounih tor up.
ply tCh detamad for long rnrs tu '-tnll ,
-Baa Pranieteo Chronicle.

I-mes eam Views trlbiev Bowle, iBeArm
the Tawpeaet Contay Clutb.
eSamuel owile, editor of the Spring.
aeld Rapwhteam, made an iut(-rstaing
address bolem the members of the
Tw*tteth. OCtlu@ry Club. of Buston,
on "The eapoathilIty of th Press
for Civie Spirit." tI the course of w hick
be aiod:
"The .dlBEttfies of producing a
worthy and uxce let newspaper are
great. It camnt be beacient and inde-
pendent unless it t at least seif-sus.
taing; or. to put ItIn another way.
unless it ezbtas qualtles whibb will
command th.e support of the pu.b-.
"Of cfnli. th6e Pris may be en-
dowed la toa way, but the onlow.
meat is apt to be ,iecuxbered with an
abilgatnio to amre some other In eresl
than that fa thke public I. seems to
me Impe aibe for a journal that is
entirely asd shboet-Gightedly commere'aml
In. its spirit to be of value as a public
meator., fach a journal Is apt to be
more harmf that helpful in its Ian
"The duty that rests upon erery meat
ber of *society to so conduct bis busl.
nee, to so perform his'part. th.ti ,od.
not evil, aha f ow from hls sa i:.n ap
peals with pecnlar free Io the' .'or
nailas The true Journallst is brad
minded and far sighted enough ti see
that the best serve he can p. a bly
render the publtle i the best In t-
meat he an upake for himself.
-The life of the worker of the dally
pres who l theroW ghly devote l 1t bit
calling Is strenonas and lnboriovi. II
is attended with an almost Inc,,.sanIl
stain upon the patience anil the
"The work Is never ended: the re-
aponaibiLty and the anxiery n'%\et
cease; emergencies are alwoayi iins r'
nent. and the demand the fui!l *e'
penditure of brain and muscle. Thivd
who enter upon it U oud do so with
as keen a sea of tits respoasiblliet'e
as if entering any one of the so-rcaled
learned profea iona.
"The newspaper whieh goes Into the
homes and haunts of the people shouilt
he clean. hartmeaons. attractive, artiu
tic. beautirdfa To please and Impr',ed
the taste of his read should be the
constant aim of the maker.
"The publile welian should be his
sole guide in detriai the content
of his q*eet That aJlan abdndlant
3eld faor th se t shi. ability
and e-try, a-I a amfitruent of
seusatlea a a wattgr art to mating
hl gapes an sarung and prof-
"The new taem and problem
rested hr thiem a tapS growth
aeotttate a ew amd Imtat est all op
Btee pe, t Its .tB aty.
'Thse rte as at o t the esair
if the mathm gab', halt s the is'
sedate arveml S e- ery newS4

ge. mt. a to say city.
tuna aflvmg 'lemam Skit ityb
t*W, uat TBte iN m. nr. rirh-
er happier, seM fn al We beau-
titeL This Is to aee t gh a highU
envettepm.if the estrt dvii t and in
that deneblpamat tihe pee SaMid be
the -m patit t. stMi-

AfmtbEm KaMe, a abo wmptwed at
the KtuneS eebflbenye Chee'
toe, P%.. ut hi. l e pecel
ea-W,. iOnUS Mn L, ait:atmrt to
al l~at m -ai was
t wtme t -ilo"ame that

Ser om e to a, wd
MO W- o *f bt"d

bae tow

.fle. em-

*:.- V' .... .I -'i .

.s Sand am so f rom aidingm e to Jtmation-point now I
-i R ek sh a llhaihve my day;
qw no I have tobped to read no orders, but I
i ki take the right-of-way.
-. f aI i though Down the open grade I thunder'and around
the curve I awing.
a and the yard- For my hand is on the throttle and m)
P i m l'pars heart shall have its flingl "
Orn k l s 4 r glsllhtsi ts ha hung Light lost! Life lost Flag, 0 flg the
altidtt bee hot And what's Switch the wreck! Ditch the wreck! Dare
1, tIany block His track?
Sengine, to do as he There creeps into the terminal the man
"u dd w -h he ho had his day,
9t 6.l'oul h finial word-when he But I wonder, 0 my' soul Just what his
-MIa": t God will say!
-Arthur Stringer, in McClhre's.



FLOM Kitty Hope, the meal- of the passionate nusle, which he ihadi
JIM&.. the esplegle, the uaga- played with the fervor of fever, hit-
teiwhleh your adnmilrer looked down into the beautiful fa,.e -u tl
B ltia have expressed Just stammered:
Is -as Well laEngllsh) to Kiitli- "Do you like tIhat?"
srue Dacre, and-syippathy and soul! The girl bud been moved In spite of
What a transfutrmatlo Will imanrrlagte herself. A delicate rose flush wis onl
change me as much, I wondrr'?" her cheeks, and her eyes were glistenl
"No, deatr; a beauty Is a beauty al- lug ns she raised them to his.
ways. Your metier. Rose, will alwaV "% hio could help liking it'?"
be the same, to be respectfully wor-I Tie words were said in coquelry:
shiped." lithe'r henr was waking., lhr look broke
Lady IRose'laughed, but there was a donin the young man's silence.
sting in her friend's ivoral' tad. slat' "fae1ia it sia.ITl.s to y o. Ioo-in'tr-
felt It- This little, ltiln, fill, :;irti'al- p!niuly tlinn wolnls could licith ? You
tally dressed woniman before lher haill feel tiat It is the -very brentlt inil
married the mui whom lI.ll y IlosI i pnlse of love, or adoration, as I do. Oh,
loved; but her Idea of wonimily love i Lady Ityose, ai I do:"
was a gracious acceptance of innsait- lie seized her lina.d In his, and the
line d4votion, tempered by snubs; aund girl, startled out of her proud self -pos-
Colonel Dacre bad grow1r Ilreal of "re- hsoslon, left It lttre. Fu'or one moment
spectfully worshiping," whiitn little thtret shone in I or eyes a feeling such
Kate Hope had stepped In -vill soft :is no tuan l1ad over alledi up In them
words and kind glanceP8, niiil stoleII bitfore. Jull,.:1 was In thle middle of
aWay the hearttcf tlhe hatnlsomne sul- nuoliler In.colheent sentence, when a
dier. Finding that synipalthy beennie grayn volce soundtled behind them:
her, Mrs. Dacre had become tn priesle.- "pPardon ny litmrrupiton--"
of the Ideal, and in her dintly lighted Lady Joioe attrated up, white and
drawing-room gathered around her trembling.
those disciples of the hligiier culture "Mr. Herbert!" she gasped.
who stopped abshort of the rhlii'nlous. .1lalian King htial ibe advantage over
"Don't go yet. Rose. I amut exectln;ti her of never havihiplieard of Mr. Her-
a man whom I want you to know. 1I ber(t, and hti feed theM tall, elderly man,
call him a heaven-horn narlst; I believe confused but lint gully.
his patients call bint an Indifferent doe- "Lord Yarrow linas been taken sud-
ot." dienly, seriously Ill. You are wanted
Lady B6se found Julian King more upstairs, Mr. King. I think?"
Interesting than noe hlad expected. Juliatn bowed.
When his sympathetic hostess led the *'You muust excuse my want of cere-
Jalk to music, his eyes kindled nidI his aony, Rose, but I will see you again
voice softened. "Here Is naiolher enll- before1 long,' continued Mr. Herbert,
thuslast," said Mrs. Dnre. tuiirnling to gravely.
Lady Rose, who spoke cihqitieantly .a'-ottt .Tiillnit glnaiceil quickly from this man,
Schubert; but there was nIo enituissinsiatn with illsl air of quiet proprietorship, to
Sti her handsome fi-., itnil .1nilani the girl standing in unwonted, guilty
King turned, as aintn will, foUri thei' wo. s.iil)lilssl1iln before him; and the glance
man who talked to the iunina itlI 0h ,roa'ghlit revelation.
1sLpned. I)ra ilig ills breath sharply through
"Don't genius ever sit still, or let on'e iis te1rth lie turned and followed Mr.
finish a sentence withoont iterrln I ilerbert.
Iioni" Lady Rose asked, when hlie la:l *ta On a noineit, Mr.- King," said the
gone. But she went lhomei th1in it gr-av'e iman, -t,1pting at the head of the
that sympathy was n very pretty .1tilra-:ia'. "Your patient was sealed
game, and resolving that H si wo,'il n ni tilij 1 Illl nik shortly after taking
play It, too. Her father, who illted :iiI a .\ niw mediline, prescribed by you this
Idle life by the occupatilan of ianvnliil, ji!ni.lIng. IIpre is your prescription,
had just quarreled with his dac.tor, an:l I lnow n allitle about mIedleine. Will
she persuaded him to take Jnil:in KIl ig i ,n itell me if tjlis is really the dose
In his stead. "He is quite n young' I yn tnaitnt hintt to take?"
man, papa, but very clever,'" .sial site. ".nalian glanced at the prescription.
She understood the nature of lher f:llt- I.. tIal r.tit-tn it hurriedly, ilth Lady
her's il health, and tiouighit it tinan:aita- I{.'-a s 1tntalitig by Ihis side. Good heav-
rial In what direction his pi3sltiitut'Is 1nt, nt, It is a mistake, a ghastly mis-.
cleverness Jay. :all'."
Julian King had n the-orrtle contteImpt "'I', rlp.s, then. you cnn prescribe a
for beauties.,but when -lie brought hit rien;1.13 -or 1ahal1 I send for a physl-
violin one evening, at I.ndiy I In-a's In- .iint
vlitation, ani found I hat S-ie wtis n lit. Ihe sli k tcad nrotused the best of
ter accompanist thatn Mri. Iit r tit Ilioe 111:111 a d tf tbe luocor In Julian
lhad a voice which was? iil:pi-ntiotI, his Klig.
feeling changed. "It Is tnot .i serious as thaIt. Trust
"You must come ngail,' Mr. Kiniig. if ,te. lt. I a1111 trust tiyself Liow. If
you will. Music is my grealtet pileas- 1t p1liysiiain should :lscouver any bluu-
lure, and 1 get so little of It. N itll'r dtier I e ItI rstlel ."'i.
my father nor my autit ear" frr it." Mr. llrlert wt santilfled, and they
And how could Julinn Kling rIetlt,. eitalieral l.ord Ynrrow's room. He was
,while her long dark eyes Io.kedl suflyiing froit iunrcotic polsontinaI. ut
plaintively down upon himini Ithat in the yinlittoins w erl' slight. Julli
pleasing o01 person hie miisit lioae t wo, I ,i''e "'suber tihan ihe la' l bien since his
and one of those hbls patient? Durin.l4 acqunialntae llth l.adly liase, napaed
these performances Lordl Yarrow and proper remedles, and stayed until they
his sister sat by the fire at the other took effect. Tlien he 'i.etly took up
end if the room. the bottle of medicdlne and put It In his
"I suppose ftosse likes It," saId the In. pocket.
valid one evening, dismally. "But "Lord Yarrow lead better not tnke
the scraping of that little fellow's tid- any more of this." said he. gravely, to
die at night quite destroys the effect bhis patient's sister. "I will send hint
of his medicines in the morning. Do omethbtng which will suit lim bet-
you think Herbert would approve of iter."
this?" he went on, nervously. Mr. Herbert followed him to the bed-
"Mr. Herbert does not dare to Inter- io.-m door. Outside hl ide s Ie:re Is
fVre with her amusements, Gordon. the unlucky prescription. Mr. Khng. I
Besidets, woeid never condescend think you arte wise enough : see that
to be Jealous of your little doctor." you have made another nilsiake be e,
"I dotb think your quite understand for which Lady Rose's pretty, .rlish
Herbeirt. However, ypo know best." .yquetry Is to blame. If I. her future
La4y Rose had the shrewdest of husband, can forgive her, I thick you
?raperoaiiih eaunf.twho twas majes- may. I recommend 'more miilc and
tic tI appearance, constant In attend- tees medicine, or more mediclne--and
ance, aiaj.koew bow much easier life less muscle "
wSA *h4 R/Itd.alhJier own way. Hle held out his hnnd. Wllihout a
^l la i, ou n; ,iand word Julian wrung it In silent ac-
iTfi t^ ,lp TMlBpte-1eid knowledgment of his generosity, and

fiancee. was' away. These musical went downstairs.
eve"upgyint &ioi.P01tupied the girl, Lady Rose appeared at the drawing-
sad hW,-i- krefteted that If their room door as he passed. She was cliam
t55 dphol w toostrong. It waits and self-possessed as ever, as she lu-
trAt bGe'ree who wo ld be the suffer- vited hlm Into the room and asked: "Is
er. l90e -8ts food of music, fond of my father betterS Is it anything seri-
the .-attpry whilh she could read In ous. Mr. King?" ss
flashlba fr p r ed voice, fond but Lady Boea had Just passed
of tlhp' ,) playing patron- thiougb the strongest confict of pan-
of "i# sucel soeu in the mortified pride and wo-aded vanity
os Of WlPt than her friend. struggling with remorse, and a new,
mma. ~10 sM 11"t 00ave,-he" aried ststonger feeling which broulight the
m the ihted quick blood to her fa te s she heard
ull aal n King' footstepS on the stairs.
W ithbleak lashes She had been expecting Mr. Herbert.
Eand Ady waiting eagerly to give him his dam-
tW I~t~oo Ip e, via" mistal, or even to accept dismlssl at
011 irargotiSiS n bhis hands; then she would be free-
Wee toatommit a wildei folly than any-
'a 9'"ethought her capable of, toSacrIl*e
h pride sand ber armb-l for the l19e
7.th isu r hu i li igS doctor.
S XUA had but. looted at her With
ai oomstollen 'lus they pity$n,
aaewould have lethitS MA
bees lees i' apatrlwb ha might
I the girlish in-
-, it 'W*A, obe had

i o

Sevewliugs nw. ly It ;f Mr. URN
bert will take care of hat. o It yoei
I will allow we. I will tako away my via,
lili to-night."
lie "did not notice that It had been
moved. anlir ii he had was be likely to I
havo guessed thatt Lady Rose had -
pressied her beaitliful lips to the dingy
old Instrumlent while ha was cursing I
her cruelty upstairs. He dia not notice
either that site" grew paler and paler,
or guess how hard It was for her to re-
111:1in i c-ilm to the end.
"I hope you will not gliv up your
violihI." saLl she, politely.
lie answered tat once: "Oh, no; an
old friend of mine is conilg up to
town to-anorrow, and his daughter, a
very charming girl, has promised to
accupipany mue as often as I please."
A week ago Julian would have called
the chat'rmitig girl. Insiphis.
I.ndy Rose was sufficient mistress of
lier-elf to smile, and to congratulate
hint, and lie had not tile least Idea of
(te a ain his words were causing her.-
liiileedl, iishe deservou it.
Thlvy never miet ngali. Julian tool
arN'0 to kea'p out of tier way:; and, l
Ills new digliRst for brilliant women,
1i0 sA.aidiat i'oi1solation In tile somnewhal
ip-lil haltirmiis of Anty Norton, his old
frriid's daignater, and presently he
.-iiomc'eeded in thinking that he had,
fumitl It.
When, two months later, he read the
announeetnueat of Lady Pose's mar,
rin;:e with Mr. Herbert, ho railed at
fate for having given hot so much bet-
ter ai hlstiiniud than she deserved.
'floor fellow! I pity him when he
tlils hlier out!" thought he.
I'iit Mr. Herbert lad found out all
that lie waintelt to know. If hlie had
tnot Implicit confidence in his wife. he
had IL inl himself. lie was the It eill
of na most devoted husband," but
lhind friends whispered that proud Rose
hadt found her master, lind that she
would willingly have exchanged some
of his devotion for a little inore ih.
Mrs. anei'r came with soft voice anil
sympathetic eyes to see her when she
ihad been married rcoe months. "Mar-
riago has changed you, too. dear Rose."
cooed she; "more than I expected. My
husband holds you up to me as the
lnodel of a good wife. Very hard, Isn't
It was-for Lady Rose. Shie had not
yet learned to show an unostentatious
prido in the character of submissive
wife, and the color rushed to her fane.
But Mrs. Dacre was merelless. "&And
you have even given up your ambi-
tion. I was In dally dread of a sniona
which should ecllspe mine. But I
suppose"-with a delightful touch of
her early esplegle manner-"Mr. Her-
bert does not approve of 'sympathy.' 'C
-London World.
The Country Newspaper.

The weekly country newspaper, as
an Institution, Is by uo means deelin-
Ing. If one may Judge by the evidence
of the recent newspaper directories, it
never flourished so much as at pres-
ent, declares the Boston Post. It has
a character of Its own. Its place can-
not be filled by any metropolitan pub-
lication. It is the intimate friend of
Its coustltuents. It has the atmosphere
of its locality. Its angle of vision ii
that of Its community, and-this It tru.
ly reflects. Broad questiones-State, na.
tional, International-It presents and
considers as a part of Its work of In-
formation; but these- are subordinate
to its own peculiar mission. The up-,
rising In the Balkani, the breach in
the British ministry, the scandals of
the postal service at Washligton, are
dwarfed lJl actual, present Importance
by the wash-out on the State road ao
the project for a new trolley connect.
tion. And these, indeed. are the real
living concerns of local life. It Is the
home matters that make up existence,
nand with these the country newspaper
dea Is.
We do not sufficiently recognize, per-
alps, how great an Influence for the
preservation of that spirit of local self-
government which Is the foundation
of our Institutlons the country press of
New England has been and aisto-day.
It Is unquestionably a power. And 11
holds the power and retains Its influ-
ence because of the sturdy honesty of
the country editor. The country preal
is the Ideal of Independence. It Is, as
a rule. unpurchasable and Incorrupti-
ble. The country newspaper has Its
place from which nothing can dislodge
it, no quick delivery of metropolitan
dallies, no fascinating pictorials.- Aind
we are glad to see Indications of the
growth and prosperity of this product
and aid of local enterprise and local
A Skel Silk Pla,"t.
A plant for making sifflk from wood
erected near Bydowase, Germany. Is
at present turning out flfty pound ol
skein silk a day, which product can b
Increased in qusuantity to 2000 pounds
The silk Is soft int texture and ereami
in color. Each thread Is made up ot
eighteen single strands. A. sinlh
strand is hardly perceptible to the
naked eye, In strength It Is but one-
third that of ;he real silk. WheN
woven Into piecees, the ast Fatlttuts
is said to have the appearance of real
silk, The pulp undero-es a chemical
process, and Is pressed through very
flne tubes by hyFdrulic pressure, form. n
Ing the single strands which go to make
.up the thread.
The N ew ipsaoe Prutr. .
A new party ailed -the Democratic,
Liberals has been torend In Spaln,
with Montero *log. CanelJas, Iand Gen.-
eral Lops Domltgues at Its head.
It is at preteSt regarded as the hope ol
Spalp. Tihe W policy tavoer a much
more active foreIgn policy. especially
with regard to rames, Uglanld and
Portagal, with Wibh cCutriea It Is
desrous eo Cha"vM *"inst e intout
eower reitlaons. "Tbe ql sdoptd
(fe the trestpUent of dti eeetc sftil

I-rfteG when WaidetlMS was

The WeS Pt loin wove rwpfl
tw 1. ois 160'ge

p dert 0sB
wfe 15 usi teklW ..

A idam eiet !PO i

***' **** ***

Pound Net as It

Actually is,'

Showing How

Fish Are Trapped
** It ** *

the Lccit ntaewsplapier dis-
Icss hit Of pOlud tllet flsh-
cries. antd lhe threshIng out
of the quIescton of (be harm
they anre' iorlcing along the
New Jersey coast hit the i eetings8 of
fshliig iubs iiand uthler organulatlons.
comparatively few persons know ex-
actly wial a t polndl net or fish welt Is.
lnt n gelteral wily everyone iniows that
It la a huge net In which fish are

Grocery advertising lha tll to be*ih
the development of that of tliropdelpt'
uent astore. The main thing 1s to banO
n bergiilai to niaike a newspaper dla-
play. One grucer could not get rid of
a stock of sinmil oranges, He offered
them In striking type at forty cents a
peck. They sold quickly. While he
realized about as much as if they hadl
been sold by the doenu, hi store hadil
tle benefit of an effective advertise-

The adiniluibirntlon of the swedish
navy hni Just introduced, as a novelty,
a linilitrc vebsel, the only one of its
kind In aitny navy of the v-orld. It Is a
ttmi nliitatlion of a freight boat and a
captive linllon, and was built for Ibe
siecuial purpose of doing scout duty
li the mitany waters of the kinpldonm.
which are dotted by n great number of
stlinll islands. The boat Itself ains a
length of 152 feet. thirlty,.elght: feet InI


Mi11m .Fhr bailmd WTcks to
S(' IcSt Accldui
A -tudei tat railway and railroad
accidents sil thi .ptnms comes tor-
ward with an lI&0 l4 l which is de-
mguied to aver .tb*'I,' Ifrequently re-
curring harrors wet bharve stained
with blood the hlatory of railroading
it1 hls and other couMIttle&
When. front any c.soe-or other, It Is
desired to stop la train of care due at
any point tIe custom unotr i to send
n ftgman back ita signal to the engin-
ear of the due train. At other times
a tlltern la set at the a'dl of the
track, and still at oilier tnies a tor-
pedo 1i. placed on itie rail. lint flang-
met, have gone, to sleep. engiult-ers itave
failed to see the lanterns and have not
heard the torpedoes.
Tile new Invention reqvures the equip.
muent of trains with automatic bliruke


caught, bitt otailde of the lprofeaslilnl wi-ilhl nad seven feet drautight. Ili the arrligeimeut wiulch artre to lie optraited
fahlag'lndilarl.y, whether It Is by latnitul nildalle of tilhe inl tlhei lall)on has lbeenn by mians of a '"shoe" fiistateild to ite
or not, the numimber of persons who installed: tlie hiller in tilled with 24,500 ]rall. One of these "shoes" having
know anytlitng of how and what a -tilbhi fuit of gnR, nad lines n culpnelty beeon pit In plaee near the point al
,pound or weir Is construcedI, la singu- of 1500 pounds. T'l'ie bnitoollIn i faietctit'd whilh it Is dpsired tf stop the trait
larly foew to the bottom te bot by of thie bunt y aeenam or the raIlroad men can proceed with theli
Int connection withithe sults brought n strong steel cable, bite tlte l IIlegtilh of dultloes witlhiut fear of the oncoming
I,. t yihe United States Circul ('Court in Ihe latter being .0io feet. liteenet trintia focomnotilvo and Its care passing many

this Stnte against two flrms of pouinl
net flaliermeni, Mr. Albert N. Hoxle, of
Boston, Iems fled In Trenton the follow-
Ing detailed description of one of th-',
big contrivances, which are charged
with slaughterlug wantonly each yc .



millions of young food fish and with
rulintag the Jersey coast as a feeding
ground for flihes and a place of Inura-
tive employment for professional hand
line fishermen:
"The parts which form th l laitnd
not or fish wstir conilst of tn dien
known as a 'leader' and a head known
as a 'pond.' The leadiler co' sists of n
single straight lune or hard wood poles,
driven or otherwise anlixed to the hot-
tom, extoendhmig nbovo tim high wuler
level of the sea lo a considerable
height, usually from four to eight foet,
and spaced ri-oan twetty-fivo to fifty
feet apart. The poles are of lengths
varying with the depths of the water

in which they art placed, and are from
three to elaiht ituhreal diameter at the
surface of the wvate. The toe tof tb*
poles are connected usually by a
metallic gal-vaaised guy line. couti,
uous from end to ead or the- l-ed8 ,
and from the poles a guy line, a line
of sllaag.ettlg -rwlith me ll iAh ts-
suspended, with its top usually at
about mean ie level and its bottom
on the beo of the oemns. .
"The pound cassltse ofa group qf
poles, usually about Sttyi In member.
driven or otherwise edled to tie biw
torn, sad varpiaW i. IISt Iav 'ligb
water level, but usual about eight
feeL In this ponA are futl4 the
heaslest voles o .to mdl their
topsar So gyed W t* =" aj8 uye4
radallUy from tb0 tip of eb pole
lines attoced tq mfbaeck The po

of wlb if thoetf 1ihtrIt5 -d
-, fe ,t ,t4 ,to .t< tAo f

"" ,ti f i ,l ,, .^'wI ,,'

havo been very sueessful, and It Is re- feet beyond. As thie train passes over


ported tbnt the Swedish I'avy Depart-
mout Intends building about halt a
dozen. of slmilar balloon honts.


New Device to Hold Ithe Stair Coerofng
i Place.
Despite the, craze that during thie
last few year bihas overrun the ensteru
secilou of the United States for oiled
or stained uncarpoete stairways. thera
are still a multitude of housekeepers
who adhere to the cosy, old-fashioned
stair carpet. To al such the li ventilon
r anit Improved foirn of fnastener s a
aniter of Interi'sr. A Phlilndelphli
ii' mentor has lperfctled a fastener that
engages the carpet at Ihe top and bot-
toanm of bollix litia of the riser, the de-
vt-e -boing lquick.y atinl really placed
In poslloui and renioved (theltr, out. It
consists of two ouatwurdly thirimg relil-
lent arms of wire or otlhipr material,
locked together securely at the centre
by a metallic rosette and pointed at
each extremity. By pressing the armsI

tIme 'shoe' a lever on each set ot trucks

the "shoo" a lever on each set oL trucks
is thriowii by thb "ihoo" and the brakes
Itmnodlatel applied, so that wheo the

BAMflo Oi r no ,DOM'- ,

together they e0h be placed beneath I *ras m iuegt* tw*ts 7
the ledge of one of the steps, and when The cities of at. Poterelbiry ad Par
relawied the points of one pair of msid Is have an naterestitng device for en'
arms will engage with the carpet bet- cotrsglg good Trildtlettre. Build-
nestlh the -Ige, a.d ift dllrer. er eter Ings rlel: are so aqt!stically con.
the Woodwoew k, sad similarly the other trstedi that they. are regarded as
S orastentl of, r ls cIty are exempted
ftrul tma'll t *Fl f parDiO of years
Thel prfel-, of architect lihs a
S muh hlgelli tiadding in Paris .hM '
to ASmerlcan eot. A high st nd@t
t- qaiuall t for the profealA ,Si
eA "ered i by relutary asoclel
whleb @e-t wTiilton to ft 5..St,
T1i 4 l rl *v-St9ct signs Ijig bju
SInjII g Wi place on the fio
as a artist do4 h Ils painting, Parlq \
S $ er -eSouanetU610 cits e P
1ei"a Ml6;l! Ia r I.trd p.
MMOR of .llatIe bdildl^MflsP i
SThai ,i le Papt.




11111 031a t or.

man's eiatlnlli I ,"--
Fa other, n "The thl
An-ong other thas, Ihe s&i
"Thls is tbAe!,y of the t l 6
street-the 'Blml01 wan ,uK.
press I ll, oIN the@ J_ S
speaking -.
little more Mibh UlS
in his person, btin
olms and his interests. fl
spapqe t the dog tight the
pDhah concert, In the asstnm
t sVt i 1ople reed aboUt the ag
ttlht about the goneert. It aOn
a weAtie idlVWr In teon tine S
irtves a p6 t l lpto a pe
tures of tW@ *nll 1* oj'y !l* .
Ing one ismotee i ,' 1l' ygat'ig.
the price fight Is1
tnin mnor i vele fl In
discovery. It I# obJe ^ 4.
itales hlatmea lSnd exposesi t 9l 1
pirlvint concern but It has f
ilght to expose a man tts a rasi'al he
lii' has to lie ole. M'"..
"'The faults of the presa nre -."
to tiself, and there la n steady be 'i
,naPit that keeps pace with that of
pnulhie. Even the yellow eitor. "'WUI
denounces crinae with his left hs. -l
on tile editorial page, while he advo'.
Uses and encourages it by glowing 4,
coniiats onil the news pulges with $5N
busy right hand, la Iniproving, saPlbt
vl. flt wltlh all Its admitted short. ,
comings, the pr ess i right; It 'stioide
for lietaltl, s afety, honor, progresi es
liberty. It does so becnase the mafn
In the street stands for exactly that.
T'hlu newspiper tluit daredi to stand for .
auililiilg elsaP-lut It eonll not and
.ouild inot. It wo0u1lithtl le Io llutlclost
Snilode of siliclea. The nuew'plapaur" reap, ..;
resents all Interests, not equally, but
In such ispposed imnuasir an It ell-
entele- demands, andl at base It muat -
be true In all things. Its exploltlis it
crime Is harmful. Its society flab-40, ..
is weakening; It gives too much attfon
Uann to polities: t has the comainet. ,j
Amerloan IdeA that government l tl .
he-all nd nl cd-all of social a ."t/'"
Itsteadl of the monn.s to. an l -* I
satands, ton, In tr.rll from eneauletT,''-
ism that woul check freedom of -.ex,
presilon for gnin: but withal It Is ti". L %
strong, tried antid hopeful expresslol 1 of
the republic.,
"We uned men who will flight manl .
Ippl corruption. 'The ross will always
support auch imean. Dut It mhst not
lie supposed that It Is ally part of the
duty of the press to turn aside o rs
Itm news getting and Its council, J-
to actually set lii motion the m aelbt.
ery of the law ngnlnst enrruotlon. It
mntt are content to be robbed, the '
deservo all thpy get. It is a healthrtil
sign that, althouhlt in the last elee- I
tion the people voted faor thn wrong
ticket, they did so against the almostl
untitled appeal of the whole press of
the city. lenre the people were wrong,
but It showed lihat they lind tho cour-
age of their convictions: that they .
were taking on a itondtl to fight thet
own battlna. Tile world In growing
better. The press grows better with
It, and a litle tnnaster. In Its Ideal I
represents, not the mob, but what the
mob Is capable of beina. It na then.
sand yonrs their man in the street will **-9
have 'nrrlved.' amni the presstis t oing
It s bqro to aid in tho arrival."- ;,
Brooktyu Eaglo
Disemsloas of Noali's Ark.
tithln the last ten years the gen
Mal dliespajops of the ark have been
,lpqseWl tt64 hoed by cargo staotupbli *p
tu4e*s for dep sea and the Aantltas ,
Opslt IAkei serrice. Aecordina w tle t
Bible, the ark was 480 fnet long, elkbtyl
feet wide, and forty-elght feet deep. eat .
tonnage was 11,418, andsha had onougt.h '
room for pairr otall the distinct ape' .
cles of animals that are classed h;1.
Buffon-244---aid Ab could have a(pt.,.
commodated a thousand pero6 a 'lso5 e 't
then have plenty of room for the slt i...
rage of supplies. IT the seventeen .
century Peter Jansen. W Hollaundar.
built a vessel of the exact proportiona
of the ark, mnd she was sucessfatu, as
the records of the iWe show. In mt- -
iDnOhy .m' u owners. Nlo., ti'

...----t5vi^i~^^. ^ ^
cblisteets el t*41f', waM

and Mommap *M4od
1 lrtext ol tt M 9
tf'the ark ifl
spe, of







,ra( *perih, t ..have EdItor r..... .1_p "r', ,
,' ofDWIN, recently published untrue state-. ner, :spkk or .enatot wsgma
Mit-er sled pr.P.frt. sen ts about what Senator Call ha and b candy dday says: "It obidst
,.,d, .Ai 8.. at Gi--e--. ,saying about Mr. Stockton, to look like his renot ination will
itsed April a.s, 190, at Goinesvler etc It has been said in print (al- be made unanimous." Now, if
t, as iecBm-claa matter, under Act of ways by Stockton's enemies) that Brother Harris speaks the truth he
C ssM of March 3, 1879. Call accuses Stocktofi of treachery, think it begins to look like neither
SPnublihed every Tuesday and Friday, These charges are not made by of Tallaferro's opponents will get a
SPbl d year In Tadvance. rid Call's friends. but by many who single vote, and if the condition of
o Cents-forSixMonths, are probably hired to assist in the Editor Harrisu mind has become
as Cents for Three Months. attempt to defeat Stockton, and such that be reaUly believes what
ADVX 'IMINo DRAas. they think if they can get the pub- he claims to believe is he a safe
Loa Readers n beavere type, s cents lie to believe that tockton has man to follow while hi~ mind isso
a line for each insatton. been untrue or upkind to poor old affected? .
Pace for display advertisements priced man Wilk Call, they will thereby When such wild and Unreasons
oe application. -ouse him to loae some votes. John assertions as the one quoted above
+ the editor is not reponsible for thu St ockto wouldn't be himself if he are made by Editor Prank Harris.
views of correspondents or others con were untrue to anyone, and any who, only a. few years ago was
tributing to his colunas. amnn .who will publish, or cause to looked upon by all who knew bims
.- .. be published among the Voters of as a safe anl- sound friend of the
Nassau County Star: Pearl Pep- Fiorida today such wilful falsehoods farmer and mechanic, is it not
per was sentenced, in Brunswick, against any candidate as have ap-, about time for Ploridians Lo ask
to ninety-nine years in the peniten- peered in some of the State papers 'themselves a few questions about
tiary for the murderof her husband, against Stockton is decidedly worse thel otiva: that prompt the inak-
She will hardy marry again, than an ordinary thleL ,ug at"0f0uh al'ertioua?"
It is too bad that enmator Call .4; oi tie friend of Editor
The Washington Post probably must rush into prian o dea these' r:1 p t read the above quotation
right when it i ays : "There am charges made aai tSctonu, sa firolthe Banner, as it appeared in
ore conflicts between ew r he does in the foIlowtk card to the that paper last Friday, and then
ports from the far Past than there Times-Union: exclaimed, "Good gracious alive!
are between the Japs and Ru- II rank drunk or crazy?"
Editor Times.Union :-I noticed When Mr. Jennings was a candi-
"We don't know how he founding the Sun ofWednerday, e for Goeruor Mr. Bryan came
ft out," says the Spring. .".bt ,alOth,i n the very kind notice of my date for Goveruor Mr. Bryan came
I out," waays the Spring, "buat little speech there, an error which to Florida Now Mr. Jennings is a
AeMpaper man says that Naomi I wish to correot, I did not there candidate for the United States
wltiioch'sadaughter, and that she make any statement, either direct Senate, and Mr, Bryan has come to
gIrried at the age of 580 years, or indirect, of any treachery of Mr. Florida again. We can honor Mr.
, sar up, ladies, and Improve your Stockton to me. I did not mention Florida again. We can honor Mr.
l e Mr. Stockton's name or that of any Bryan without getting married to
priv tis year. other "ndldate except to say that the whole family. Let us honor
they all had/notice ot my appoint- Bryan, but, let not his presence in
A few people are wondering why ments and were invited to join me. the State turn a single vole to
the Sheats-Holloway campaign I have no charge to make against Jei
does not get warmer, but they are them or aay of them, and if chosen Jen'gs.
Sthey who fall to read the '.. *I wish to bechoseh on my own ree .
ey who fall to read the STA ord and t baue of any dis. Madison Recorder, The corpora-
Those who have read the STA datr. creditofagy Other person, I have tion crowd supported Wall for the
ing the past month, think the cam- respect tor Mr. M t-ocrton and have supreme court in the last primary,
paign between the candidates for no charge to ake against him. nd Wall voted the palmer and
State Superintendent of Public ,W XIitz nO w CALL: Buckner ticket In 1496. What do
-nstructis, is warm enough. w en h It i made to de- the people think of this crowd's
a#" %o b made tod- criticizing others for supporting in-
Those Taliaferroites who swear ftJohn 0 Stockton surely pncriticizdents? Yet the Timrs r es-Upp ion
by the great Everglades that Stock- they will deolde that he ia the man tependevts? et the below the beltl."
.- ain't in It at all, are showing w: need in the United tsates as it ever hits"below the belt"
aifighty poor business judgumut 8eate. Wilkinson Call stands un "A pure sautcher was given ten
..whe they continue to devote so *how of beltg elected but he is too years in State prison Tuesday in
"uiuch of their time and energy (and mucn a gaenttean to let all of the Savannah," says the Jacksonville
iAsey) to trying to convince the lies on Stockton go unnailed. Metropolis. "The purse he ianatch-
'itON that tockton Is not whathbe ed was valued at $9.90. There is
'.-toees to be. Why do they Oon. We may never be able to be noo meaner or bolder thief than one
1IC tp fight him so desperately if wholly holy, but we can do owar best, who grabs a purse and runs away

0e-6 ".ot In it?" and asigels can do no better.




The plat of ground lying in EAST GAINES-
VILLE on Franklyn St., now owned by Mr. W. R. Thomas
will be cut into good sized residence lots and sold


P.TUESDAY, MARCH 1, at 9:30 a. Im.


Only 25 per cent of the
Purchase Price

Cash and the balance in twelve equal monthly payments with interest
^t the rate of 8 per cent per annum.
7 1'his property lies in whit Is known as' Gainesville Heights. on
t Franklyn Street, just a few blocks east of the Military A Radooy
d City School and in the best residence section of.Gaineaville... *"


Carriages will leave the Court House promptly at 9 sa. m& on
of the sale and will ca ty every one who, wishe*. to go to,
of-Charge. Very bo, itd to.take the ndrie


Sala one who att4 the .e ill be. entitled to a
i oni it fre wheetth, i they 1id or buy. t hibl soal
white :pfi Soae 4ite.d by The National Realty
t Co Ju 9I0r ftfuher uart( ew

o.. -'' :A ,-,a , ,, "' :

hlau~iit seheoos religlous liberty
and free press; Rualsa haa- no
se las, bigotry .and religioP; per-!
secutiou and muzzled press. The
slight concessions made to enlight-
enment have been wrufig Irout Rus-
sia by the moral f9toe. of the civil-
ized world.. -Ier peasantry are as
dumb at cattle; liberty of thought
or dction is unknown to those white
slaves oF a white czar. To tuch a
government we are not willingto
commit a greater territory that the
huge area over which the Bear casts
his shadow. Riussia niunt advnite'
with far greater progress if. within
two centuriess,. the people of the
czar are to be raised to that state of
enlightened freedom now enjoyed
by Japan.

"No one will deny," says the
'Monticello News, "that Mr. Plagler
has done great things for Florida-
particularly for the East Coast. All
Florida should rejoice in the pros-
perity of each section. No one
will deny that Mr. Plagler owns a
newspaper-the Times-Union-
which is a credit to the State-as a
newspaper. But, wlien it comes to
handing over the choosing of State
officers to Mr. Plagler, the furnish-
iug of pliant legislatures, the pas-
sage of legislative measures in his
personal interests, the taking of our
Democratic gospel from his personal
orgai--- right there our Democracy

Mr, Hantia ih greatly exercised
over the "spread of socialismn,"
But Mr. Hana shows itno dispo-
sition to correct the evils that are
responsible for the growth of so-
The foregoing paragraph appear-
ed in the Chipley Banner three
days alter Mr. Hanna died. If
Editor Jones is always is badly be-
hind the times as he wa when lhe
was writing about "Hanani" Iand
socialismsm" it will be a week after
the primary is over before he learns
that Taliaferro and Davis a"e not
carrying Washington coamuty in
their vest pockets.

The Cocoa and Rockledge News
says: Wouldn't it be a strange
thing if the discovery was made
that the Standard Oil Co. is back.
ing ex-Senator Wilkinson Call's
candidaFy for the United Stmtes
Senate. I i .ai4 lhat a mighty

changed hia tone f bm dettomechig
corporations to lauding trust.
BnUly for Wilk! No man knows
better than hl how to play to the
grand stand for the best efect.
May the gold that glitters line h s
purse and swell his lank account,
but shooting Call with Standard
Oil money will deflect very- few
votes from John N C. Stockton.
In today's STAR will 1H t found
the announcement of C:a t r'. I.
Willard, who is n-ri'lidaih" for tl.e
ohic.e of Sheriff of Alachit cminlyi
i'ew men in t1'e county are
,Ibetter known tinna is Capt. Wil-
lard. Two -years ago he was q s!.c-
cessful candidate for the Legisla-
ture, and as a member of that hody
lie did some good work. There is
no doubt about his conipetency to
fill the office of sheriff, and lie
promi.;es if electenl to do his duty as
he sees it. Capt. Willard's popular-
ity was shown two years ago, and
his friends expect him to make it
lively for his opponent,
Campaign fleeting.
In the Second Conrg.essionial IDiitrict
the Camipaign Conimittee has selected
tie following places an-I dates for canm-
paign meetings:;
Miami,, March 2, night.
West Palm Beach, March 3. night.
Fort l'ierce, Marcli 4, p. iI.
Titusville, Marchi 5, night
Sanford, Mdrch 7. night.
Qrlando, Manch 8, night.
Klissimmee, Marchl 9, noon.
Iel.andl, March lo, nco i.
Ireen, Cove Springs, arlch ii, n(conp.
Middlebiirg, March t1:, noon.
Peraindina, March 16, night.
Callahan, March 17, noo.
Maccleniy, March 18, noon.
Olustee, March 19, noon.
Hastings, March 23, 1100oo.
St. Augustine, March 23, night.
Daytona, March 21, night.
Palatka, March 28, night.
Crescent City, March 29, noon.
j4cksonville. March jq, night.
lake butler, April 5, nixji|.
Starke. April 6, noon.
Melruse, April 7, p. Ill
lHawthorn, April 8, noon,
G'ainesville, April 9, noo n.
High Springs, Aprill nai night.
Newberry, April 12, 2 p. ni.
,art White, 4;pril 1 2 p. ll..
lIranford April 14, 2 p 1"i.
live Oak, April 16, noon,
Jasper, April o, nooil.
White Springs, April a3, noon.
Welhorn, April 22, noon.
I.ake City, April 25, noon.

H;te your clothing" cleaned at Owen

chun.ge hqs coni e m vi lie f pril (f .lo. 'B r- I, W.ork-. July 14, tf
1...*...M g*.f... iES 1,*. i* *S. 01* 0.. .k t== 4********

We Have

In Stock, and ar -constantly receif- *
ing "up-to-date" Shoes for. Men, *
W,minen and Children, at popular
prices and of the best makes. 4

We call

$ Particular attention to the Ladies
i "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
cipa" and "Walk Over" grades.

SJ. D. Matheson, .

f thoe and Leater tore. ainepville, FIB.



Cotton Department,

& CO.,


and Cfin Company

rIs onIlwmes har4 to keep pace with hit
onr facilltes ae equal to al1 demaiss,
whether onu want to bId one liouse or
ot e dozen, You anr on the rtLht road for
the sight kind Wf lumber when you come
our way. We deal ha all kinds of Build.
a 1g Material for ~ai" ds and inside lnish
to coinpletesay dweliig, hotel, store or
factory. Tell us your wants. We wil
do the rest.




Air Line Railw"
Schedule t effective ectmuiber 7,

o-p Lv .
36p Ar.
36p Lv
iP Ar .
S Lv.


27. acs1 all34 -

. Jacksonville .
Baldwin .
Waldo .
* Cedar Key, .
Silver Spring
: 0ala .
. Wildwocd.
Qrlapdo .
. padle City
S, Plant City
Palmetto .
, Manatee
. Saraaota
S. Tamnpa ....


I #4 I 34 I 66
Ar 10 Sa 7 is5a Soup
10 1as 6 30a 4 2u
8 ao 4 04a 25u
Lv 7 4a I. 4p
Ar 7 14 ..

I 55a
12 23a
7 oop
to aSp
9 23P
4 45P
3 Sop

. Lv

12 52p
12 41p
II 56p
8 25a
10 37a
9 45a
7 42a
7 27a
28 ou
8 50f

I.v Jackaonvillle g ooa 7 5Op Lv Jacksonville . 3 4op 9 25a
tAr lVertnandiua 10 15a 9 oop Ar Lake City . 5 5p oa
Ai ilrutiswick .... 12. op 10 35P Ar Live Oak . 6 35 120 o4p
Ar Savannah .. op s5os Ar Madison .. 7 55 12a 58
.\Ar Fairfax . 3 C9p I 44a Ax idMonticello . 9 1op 3 15P
Ar -Denmark .... 3 57p 2 aoa Ar Tallahasee . 9 4 3 25
Ar Columbia . 5 3op 3 5gp Ar Quincy .... . .
Ar Camden . 7 4op 54a Ar River Junctip .
Ar Hamlet . 9 55p r 5?sA&a M p p
ATr %% iniingtou . .'' o o . 5
Ar Southern il'fn I';l 8 p Ar New Orleans ......... 7 2as5a
Ar %alvigh ... 53P 1o 43a Lv J.cksonville ... 8 iop
Ar Portsmouth ... 8 o 5 35P Ar Macon . . 3 40a
Ar Richmond, Va. .. 6 33a lap Atlanta . . 7 5oa
Ar %\ asslngton . 10 ca 30 Cbattar.ooga . . 2 05.
Ar Baltimore . 11 5II 3 25P Nashville . . 9 2op
Ar Philadelphia . I 36P 2 5o St Louis . . 7 30a
Ar New York ...... 4 i5p 6 30a Chicago .. .... ..... 9 15a
ConnecLions for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneco and Saraats, on p except Satuv.
days, from Uaineaville.
Tralip No, 34, teaboa-d aUhpresO, drawing room PuUmlan aleepar between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wasalagton. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richniond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville,
No. 66, Seaboard Mall, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
-Jackson ville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman leeper between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse, Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between 'New Orleans and Jackaonville.
Steainers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Taips = nuaysa, Tuesdays andl
Thutrsdays,i: p.u m,
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