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.V'^ ."'-- GAINESVIJLH, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1904.
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Important Murder Case Now Be
WALTER. HALL CONVICTED
Several Other Cases-Thret
There was but little business traiisacltte
Tuesday, except the trial .and counvictiti
of Wallar Hall. The case of the S'-t
vs. 0. L. Carter, sell'ig whiskey in
dry county was called, but Carter ,lid no
appear, and his bond was estreated.
The case of the SLate vs. %-Walter 11 all
(white), for selling intoixicatiug liquor
at Micanopy coqtrary to law, was take
up, and consumed about the entire day
The following gentlemen were selected<
and sworn as juro.a: W. M.* Iradfordi
j, S. 'oode, 0. M. Ti .man, J. ni. Dyees
H. L. Betill, and W. H. Boone. The cv
idence against the defendant n as conclu
slve. S me of the leading cit'zeis u
Micanopy---uinltding Mayor Prator-
and Sherjff. Feunell of this city, wefr
among those who testified against I lall
Some Qf the liquor he sold was also pro
dtqced in evidence against him, and it
was quite amusing when Mayor Pratoi
was put to violent coughing by tasting on
the contents of the bottle in evidence.
"Get a little water," shouted taite At
torney Calhoun after Mr. Prator had-
,taated and began to cough, and others
there and there about the court room were
declaring, ''That must certainly have
been bad stuff Hall was selling."
After hearing the evidence the Jpir'
brought in a verdict of guilty.
WUDNIRDAVY' S SESSION.
Court convened Wednesday morning
at 9 o'clock, and the case of the Stale \:',
Will Wood, violating labor contract, wa.
takbil qp, Atlanmey W. S. lirooine relI-
resented tfielketdant, a-d tmadle an
able effort for his client, but the jut;,
after conofderfig the law and the ev-
idence, brought in a verdict of guilty.
Ithe case of the State ve. Silui Lewi,
mau er, was talkn up. This is a cat
wherein the defendant, Sin. P. Lewis. ,s
charged with the murder of J. J. IH
Hodge, in this county in July, itoo
The case has been tried once before, but
restaltedin a,. mistrial.
State's Attorney Benj. P. Calhiun
was assisted in the prosecution by ex
State's Attorney Sya. L. Carter, anud
Attorney I3. A. Thrasher and l-\-ants
Halle appeared for the defendant. Al
the afternoon was consaued in trying t'
get a jury, and .the ful jury hal no
been secured, when court adjourned unut
til Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
Court convened Thursday morning a
9 o'clock, and the first hour was devoted
to completinug a jury, which was corn
posed o. the following gentlemen: H.
L. Bevil, P, W. Polk, W. J. Jones, W
R. Shbmana, I. C. Phllpot, T. J. llam
S. M. Minass, W. C. Newbern, P. V
Smith, J. Dogla s, John Chesnut and
The fsat witness put on the stand wa.
T. W. Basmtt, wis o t the time of the
killing 1j pit foreman at the mini
where the killing curred, Add was at
eye witness p the unfortunate affair
Mr. Barxett a pre 4 heard Lewis cal
to Hadge, if o was .as lug by thu plant
saw ma esa other some distant
apart; lawiq daw-a pistol an
shoot eiii tm kess, aad then
aim the j^^*i tCraig, hut the pih
toel wa e disCe tgebiwL ie sa
Hodg ehgwag etewatd Lewis, ant
Lewlistlhbi AdI at this, the fourth
shot li J,., pietel, Wodgie fell deal
Witness iVie *i5 an of any tido e
Hot ; tbeIb were down and b:
:his M i rst shot., Did io
know tiat Lia ( drinking, but jadg
lug by hi' a eam a. thought he wa
Sdrtnkin, i way a soon a
l)inp dayl agt b
I Iti .qr.f .the ce, Th
IN KWEEKUMANV flUBLD C OPINIfNl
"flons. Ellwood" at the Chaufluqua r U LIC PINION
Starch 3 and4
S We give brief description T MR M BEATH
a woo l's ProgratrieTO. M | IM'OEATH
Part one consists of a scene of I rienttal
Splendor. The distingutished IKllAoot I
Sappers itn a Japanese cosuniine ai per-p Iliscusses Methods of Editor of
forms some of the uiost weird. perlplex Sheats Column.
ing iain miystifyitg rick, ,of the Orient
These snyste.ies of the Antilutes we.e for --
maniiy years secreted Iy ilhe iotoriousT IT MEDICINE ADV.
* Japs, but were revived after years of BOtUGH1t IT MEDICINE ADV.
palistakiing, study anid infinite skill, by
S Im t part two is Atn Artist's l)ream, or Don't Mind Giving Names-',lt
the Aniujattd Pictmies. i:lilwood wsith Was Us Lincoln Had
the rapidity of lightning, sketches odd Mind
and queer faces tllat we ineet every day.
Hie also draws with smoke, funny faces lcuNTtIilUTKlD,J
l from the audience. i l uter the scare head of "Superinten-
n A Woulderful Accomplishment Ell-. dents for Sheats," the Sheats column in
e wood, hblitlfolded, paints upside clown, tile Star of the 23rd inst./is filled to over-
a i' 70 seconds, with a few strokes of the flowing with supposed and so called "ex-
t brushl, a beautiful marine scene entitled, tracts from letters of county superinten-
"Moonlight on the Wabash," after dents of Florida," which letters are said
, wnich he remove, the blindfold, and turn- to "cover a period of about five months;
s ing the picture around, in the distance extending from September 1i, 1903, to
n are seen the lights of a far off city, beau- February 12, 1904." We are further as-
. tifully glinting the calm surface of the sured that names are withheld "for the
d river, while nearer, a searchlight is reason that many of these auperinten-
, throwing its penetrating rays over the dents are candidates for re-election, and
, water, revealing a ship, under full sail, while they are giving Mr. Sheats their
. natking for the distant shore. The whole moral (?) and in many cases--active sup-
. sketch is a combination of beautiful ef- port, (of yhich they ate evidently asham-
f fects, anti when we consider the circum- ed) they cannot afford to place them-
stances under which it is made, can be sqlves ith the position of parLisans, to
Sconsi(lere4 nothing short of marvelous. their own hurt," (as they are evidently
Sliwood's .altest Craze, "Smoke Setch- afraid of doing and probably would do,
. ing." A large white plate sl first smoked ,,jtt4 most lair minded people.)
t until it is black; then with a few rapid Now the able editor of the Sheatl
r ruiis of the fingers "Ellwood" erases columni, ['rof. Tom i. Mclieath, ("than
f -.o1ii particles of suioke, leaving a mag- whoui-Satan eapcpted, etc., etc.") seems
ni-iceilit rustic scene fit for a king's pat- to have suddenly run short of "copy" -
- ic.-, I.tuitilil, arti-tic and magnificent. for this Issueof the "Star," and being
inew revelation is portraying with busy with his school, politics, and other
Sliie, a taltsl there, a fine line, now a (though-it might have had as much ef-
liaivy one.. tlie usual touching up and lo6! feet, who knows?) he called Into use the
ii ltit ai few seconds we behold a beauti- inventive factlties of his great mind,
fuil rr.t' of color, forming a beautiful (some great minds are Inventive) and
picture with the aid of his liummagination, and a
A.\iiithr strong feature of Ellwood's few other faculties for which be Is noted,
urk a full-fledged Spirit Seance in he concocted the article in question. At
ill g "rc' t the light-odd and clueer first glance the column reminds us of the
.i-,- ir .iii 'lihantasmoland brought to testimonial page in a patent medicine al-
li.lht t lie most unique, entrtatlalng manic, minus the hames, photographs,
.ii.i tliiirotiiglfly enjoyable experiments and addresses of the contributors. In-
eti alist- .I iii the fields of magic, deed we had sajnost passed It by suppoe-
NY/s' ll,.-i,,r introduced upon the lyceum lng it to bean ad. for a new hair restorer,
1, itf Ill or "Sure Cure for Lost Vitality," when
\ it ilftitihuiant'e mystery. The most we observed that there were no pictures
ket eica.l ,e:icve thalit rely some unseen ,.of "before and alter taking," and a close
s p,.%.r i,- .-tlt lhiitutin controls the antics notice developed the real nature of the
S,.f iii, iii.iv.liins w 'rk. Tables float to article Some of the "extracts" seem to
. .il irn iitind t air without anny apparent be, chemically speaking, double'com.
t .Ui, rt (er tltt lteitds of the audience, pounded, concentrated and boiled down
l.r. cling itje-i course at the comiiimaid of till they are gummy, and despite his as-
F iliot.I. Spirit. lill shltes with ghastly surance that 'there fire no duplicates
trlitigs Ibefre the audience. A small there is remarkable sameness through-
cabinllt is erected uon a plate glass resting out Why not have had them sworn to
s 11111 ti o)trretles. With all light possible before a notary public? In this particular
1 tiurnetl oi thle cabinet, the ghost of Cag- they are inferior to the testimonial for
lin,ire peforims n spirit dance in full view "flHair Grower" In the next column of
t of ia torninittee se-tesd around the cab- the same issue. But seriously now,
" intl luring the a adilifestationl. Ilrother Tom, didn't you intend qil this
for a joke? Surely you did not expect
Death of Miss Dowling. the public to swallow so huge a morsel as
After sti illnteis of but a few days with this with so thin a coating of truth as
pneu ia, which followed a case of this appears to have. We cannot believe
pneuoease, wiss ch .el owied a sixteen that a man with the gwc judgment
year old young lady died at the home of which you somettuies show an with the
Usher parents in East Gainesville Wednes- knowledge of haim tbe ut wI youi
Sday afternoon. The funeral services a ought tot thave %Xe be e; lf-l. n't
were conducted at the home of deceased and pite, oer .tit wISl W
Wednesday evening, and Interment it ept puch an immo
Hampton Thursday morning. a it to the enligih f ot tt
Several other members of the family an n to the good enghuie5 peot
e were sick with niesles at the time when ofe andtthetg! Cood sein. orathe'
e when Miss Ethel died. and to all of the bt feed us orseis P h we. c eastl.
1 bereaved and afflicted the Star joins oth- cate or in the cd ypumay yourself sup
Users In extending sympathy, sorrow with a spoon of grief and woe.
SWhy with this plan of securing endorse-
fHAta OROWER. ments it would be perfectly, feasible for
S 9 Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, '99. Mr. Hollowly to seunre a mullieo in
n Dr. S. U. Giddings, Alaclhua county, although there lre nat
i- "Diar Sir:-Wil you kindly inform me 3a,50o inhabitants ain the scmlty, int
Sby iretu'rn mail if you can send your 5oc. conceding that all the 3s qadoresimeas
1 bottle of -Hair Grower the Unparalleled are genie, (these are stll several laab-
a (Tra4 Mark) Udd If sol wilaernd you ugi from the northh mforty" while he
a poesta note for the ime. Pleae infornt.cliiaed to have in te last leste of the
me the amount ot -postage if It can be Espoest) wat doss it go to proe?
r mailed. Please rise, Prof. Mc Bedh, and ex-
Y When in Florida the winter of 897 plain why and how the ophakuos of 32
and 'g8 I usd five bottles of the twenty onouaty saperiDntendents afot use altusat-
five out sie and pnxluced a nile growth ion. To us It seens simply the opinion
sI of ha whrte it had be entirely held of 32 man, each of whose vote eunts for
fo fifteen yetrs, and now I would like to bt one. Take care Brother Me., that
Story it once more if Lcan get it the realt is not the same that It was in
S.Yours truly. Georia where a state superintendent
Stacks oL ..o HArid. w- defeated overwhelmingly by hble op
tto of PAlla.d pouent, although all but sit of the 137
.it; do .aI yo stt7perintendents were suppotlg I
Personal appeared before the sub- lme i
eoad e.atr PubSlc B.aiddingo ltst but sot opast, this artilte refute,
Swo bein duly w'r us ps it upon the rvy l- o it and I every pars
shin she s stIIOIIo u W sew agrpilsh of it, thie dlem that our antage
" toiiby sel by J.W. H .im, e alas m ak iead has ade s fU alon that
tha be had noie nowl.sde o b r .
t trheo a the pro rs ke ibosb a 04 h e alwy I
:.W s? fA&W mel bb his lasma -s Ia d -bwytevltg he wait
wn totNd "su 1 :om "O *oh, dndsta aNM "rth16jewl" s
' Sthalut the man has. neafr,- A ar a wwe beg I nWE Da |
r oS A t. oa ub u A a lsM ear i hwerfit Is
"^^k V. A- D- D Sl *isi a tl ot to shtev
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CIRCUS DREW LAIIUE CROWDS.
Harris Shows Mad Big Audiences at
'rite Harris Sickle-Plate Shows gave
three p[rforniances in this city F'ridcy
aitl Saturday', ani'. went into winter qiiar
terms at. I'ine Park Sattinlay iilght.
Tkltimgh the eircis gave fourteenl suc-
ceaasi perforimances here last tetbil,
iluring 'he Slate iair, and opetnedl tie
season here in March, a large crowd
greeted it upon its return trip, the andi-
ence being composed of the very beat
people in Valdosta, and the surrounding
country. Mrs. Harris, the proprietor.
and Mr. C. C' Wilsoif, its manager, were
delighted at the reception given them
upon their return trip and especially at
the personnel of the spectators.
The performance was an excellent one
throughout, fully bearing out the repute-
tion which the show has ot being the big-
gest and cleanest one-ring circulk in the
world. It would -be impossible to enut-
merate the macy excellent feats which
made up the performances, though some
of them were so notable as not to be eas-
ily forgotten.-Valdosta (Ga.) Times,
Dec. 22, 1903. Will exhibit at Gaines-
ville, Saturday, March 5.
Who'll Be Next?
"The other evening a covered two-horse
wagon drove .up to Crosby & Martin's
livery contauing twowomeb, who called
Mr. Martin out and desired to know if
he could accommodate them They
were on their way south from Georgia to
Arcadia, and wished to have a place
of shelter. They were accommodated.
The remarkable physique of the women
attracted attention. They were fuliy 6
feet 6 inches in height and large in pro-
portion, and wore No. 14 boots. In con-
versation it was learned that they were
railroad tie cutters and contractors. One
of the women said she had just cleared
a tract of 2,100 acres in Georgia, had
sold the land and was on her way to new
timber. She incidentally remarked that
she was a widow and that her husband
had been hanged. They certainly
looked like they could tackle a whole for-
eat with the axe and fell it."
The foregoing-is from Brothier Bitten
her's paper, the Ocala Star. Now who'll
Try Pagan's market for best meats.'
Deputy Sheriff Jeff Perry, of lZocgelle,
was attending court here Tuesday.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf
W. J. Matthets, leading eitiesn of
Donnie, is here attending court as a juror.
For cash only. Small beds complete
for i.5so. Shaw Purn'ahing Company.
WalterfBarnett of Rock Springs was In
the city Wednesday attending court as a
Reliable sewing machines for sale.
20ao.oo cash. Shaw furnishing Company.
W. T. EngUlish, of Tacoma, and T. R.
Pickett, of Newberry, were in the city
Second hand sewing machines for sale.
Prom 6-.oo. Cash only. Shaw Furnish-
Daniel Chesser, a prominent citizen of
LCrosse, w a busline vilsitet to Gbee
S. W. Long, C. C. Craig, 0. C. Smith,
and others, wIere. here *Wednedsy from
SWade, attendiSng oMe. I
L, L Bradley and F. flupjn'tw
leading citizens of Wacahet= ^ ywef
transacting busmnee here Tsesday.'
, C. A. Oeest, C. C. IMri.n, C. II. Wil-.
lisam and John Ricket, of Bell, are here
attending court as Jurors and witnesses.
Don't fall to attend the grad,4 opening
of the Oainesville (Florida) Chautauqua
at the Tabernacle Sunday, Feb. 28, at
alio p.n. I m.. ,
if t t job punitng yonjwant send
jour ordrtothe It ill have
prompt attettion, sad wek and prices
will suit yon. s tf
B. F. Matthews, Tasels; W. a. Ba-
her, McIntoUb, and L. ,W. MillUsan.
Waldo, were among th'e vitoro to the
city Wednei d. / ; ,
L. C. Otwfy; I. Lr. Anderion," L. J
Philpot and other fiats Ngh pr.ndag.
were here Wednd.i having beepl is I
moed as juror .
A. Stephena, 8 p
Dr. Merritt Cortihll, ti4qe eainser
is at theb arown MouseM, d penrm edel
in5 to have ther OeyuINiN" ea s ghe-
fitted sahoult ae* op im theUs.
Mr. 0, W. Baltdwi, p pmalMute at. t
len of Misagesi wus fahe *liy Tjr eafe .
S to .% *t .sU laes li *
you wast 4 Va,Si
1119*0s M la S
wenQ V* *j *
DR I L. KELLEY
SAunouncemuents utinder the above head,
T EM CRATS reasonable lengt will p"ublied I
'TO DEMOCRA each and every iuaue of the TI'K-A-
WKIK STAR from now until lthe cau-
I agtn is over for $5 for each annougmlce-
Candidalte for County Superinten-'uieunt. THi CASK mut accoiipain the
dent Expresses HisViews. coli for each anouncementl. Aninounce-
dent xpresss is Veews. n.at t thia price must not contain
Sore than Tw NTV LINSlt including
leaii utuil signature.
H E OUTLINES HIS POLICY. ..n..and ignat .
Clerk Circult Court.
Ti' the I Dennocrata of Alaciua County:
As the .State Executive Committee
hltvse lectetl the iutth of May for holding
stir I'rinmary election, I hereby announce
myself as a canillate for te W oelUon of
county, and I soliciotnot only the vote,
hut the support of nmy friends to secure
my election. If elected, I promise to
perform the duties of the office faithfully
and fully. I make this proniise knowing
thoroughly what those duties are. They
have ready been learned by experience,
std I tras that all Democratic voter
may consider my appeal in making their
Refers to His Former Work on
School hoard-He Promises
to Serve Faithfully.
CGAi'NSVItI.L(, Fi.A., Feb. 24. 1904.
To the Ieminocratic Voters of Alacbua Co.:
In that I anra candidate for the office
of Superintendent of Public Instruction
of Alachua County, I feel it my duty to
advise you of nvy policy of administration
if elected. I will also hereini review some
of the proceedings of the School Iioani in
which I participated, thie astitt of the
school debt, etc.
It Is tisy intention to make a canvass,
but I fully realize the doubt antl difficulty
of meeting all, hence this public tion.
All are agreed as to the importance of
education, and much praise should be
given to our public school system. Great
good has been accomplished by it and
much more Is expected, In opportunities
offered and results given.
Whenever the unexpected in school af-
fairs happens, it is often sensational anid
disappointing. The unusual short term,
which is about closing, fully demon-
strates this fact. The cause was the large
school debt. The school board was face
to face with a crisis, which demanded of
them a business-like action. We had for
consideration the diversified Interest of
teacher, children; taxpayer Ind creditor,
and did what we believed to be right. A
longer school term would have materially
increased the school debt, which was, ac-
conlrding to the Superiutendent's report on
July 1, t903, $77,253 6o. Of this amount
$39,149 6o Is a special district debt. The
interest paid during the last scholastic
year -wad $4,708.72, or about one-elghth
of the annual income, or almost enough
to pay the teachers for one month.
I was a member of the school board for
eight years prior to January z, s897, and
when I went off it, the net school debt
was "4,285.38, which was caused by the
big freezes. (See 1896 Blenniel Report,
page 372.) Whau I again became &cn-
nected with it, on September 18, 1go03, I
found things as above stated, except that
they had since July i, borrowed fr,Soo,
and had issued warrants sl4o fbr Interest
amniounting to about i1,350. Contracts
for school buildings and desks were out-
standing, approximating $3,5oo. Believ-
ing that some decisive measure should be
taken to check the growth of the debt I
offered a resolution appropriating out of
the regular income SIa,ooo.oops a sink-
uag fund to be paid equally on debts ante-
dating July 1, which was unanimously
adopted. For this I have been censured,
ty critics claiming that there was no im-
mediate need of making payment on the
deob0rp thought there was, and believe
that irpould have been wiw to have done
ho sooner, I. slm willing to have this
sad e an IgW e I this campaign. I am
not aIng your support alone for per-
Jonal reasons. t my policy receive
,Jour approval, I s"I apprelate your 04p-
port. If our school system is to continue
to be a blessing, we must pay off the
debt. It Is no small undertaking. R-d.
IcAe changes are naessary,
ir I am elated, I will favor econoiny
and retrenchment. I will strongly W(vor
operating wt hin pvt legllmas ilMoca
I will reeoamue4nd as long a Kshol term
as It is possible to give, alter provisinga
proper ssan dwla.itnlmg UtAe debt. I
believe that otipteewy is essentlat to
sneese, and MloMa oeiv more than It
merits; I w.lU tbitl*S faveo as liberal
salaries a gt*%4 astMdtist11 will warrant.
I will avoera seuab Sailler appropriation
for t1e spWt setdas, They save been
Sgreif a s g wa l.(10,617,0 for t achfM
IAes la i .e year, which Is opt of all pro.
,ptISW to Ith asodnSt of tasw paMd by
them. Tieir salar have be"at fsoe io
to f7 per month. The white iaes should
be mulheved of some of the black burden,
aid I will work to that df eletad.
WU #aver the payment of the speMdal
district debt by lite districts for which
the debt was made. t wii isesMuge iy
whale duty impartIatlly anad feartely,.
ad will require the same of Shnesm
X wil visit si the cboab aseftssae I
the law requirssadas neb Sass Sty.
Lalsi wsllel. i llls'pimldahy,'-
Clerk Ciroult Court.
Fellow Democrats of Alaanua countfi
I hereby announce myselt a candl4ate
for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
c9nnty, subject to your action in the
Democratic i'rinary.% I solicit the sup-
rt of all Deunocrats, atd if I am elected
I proisae to discharge thb duties of ,tbhe
office to the very beat of sny ability.
J. MAxiev DXL.ln
To the Voters of Alachua (Joisty
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of thqaext Democratic primary.
Itf elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very beat of my
ability, uand I solicit the support of all
votes at Ihe polls.
W. C. HAOUE.
To the Democratic Voters of Alsecum
I embrace this method of expressing
my warmest appreclatiof for ae a-
fideuce you placed in me In 186, and
continuously from that dab to this, and
sincerely trust that your sopidenee has
not been betrayed. Y hqve udeIv1d, to
the very best of my ability, ta do my
duty, regardless of persons or tU conse-
quences to myself. How well I have tluo-
mced I leave to o uJud I have
been encouiged to elve ia y We.
forts have received the approval Ithe,
peaceful law-loving celtltsn our
county, for which I am truly tnaltftl. I
am again s candidate for the oIM e of
iheriff and will appreciate your support
and promise, if reelected, to resume my
duties unfettered with any promlp to
special ksvbfr and *bqll d eslad aIn tthe
future, as in the past to do my duty the
best I know how. / Aimlpg if i elected
or defeated not to be a nadiate fo the
office again. Repeatfldy,
-. W. -NMLrW
I will be a candidate for the office oat
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the sup-
port of the voters of this co in ti*
cosli g primary. Again rhaklag the
voters for ny election as ltApressdtve,
I am as ever,
TngO. H. WurAAup.
I hereby anuous"e n ItIf emi11daft
for the office of In- 4dew t -
Public e lastA'
subject to t e muot tb. u
Primary,.4"_ 'nd r teehlly i slop*ii4
port of all I ,jlevotenm
= NM ,..^Up-... -l_..
. i ,.
DP. iil C01hAllo
Gaineaville, at the Brown House,
Feb. a4th and suth.
High Springs, Feb. 26th and syth.
Lake City, Feb. agth, MarEci .
REMEMBER THE DATE.
L. StUtleogow, deq m e ..,
by given that retort, I iw.!P
tribt ans d al1 plemo rig t..a I
or demands asilat ti M I
blad byd la w. All
uaid etsl will ples ap ,
SR. I,. pHaMo .
Atmasntr eatae Ms. A. LA
AroRNaKY AT LAW,
Opposite Brown House .
*Pt.e o. o -,
ATro N tX v ArT ,LAw, ..-A
Galenville, *- IN646- ,
Ofie Ina Miller's Law Law i .. i,
County Suporinteinent., PoP i
I a a mdidat foe the office of Be-
belntadet of Public Inshmation ft o
setunM stabeet to tihe aeting of .. .- .
s amecm m, ad lith
m favor t me.
aent of the school bt
3, L- tn, f.r
I hereby anoe
date before the
ml d o Cont
.; .:,it .q "
:ifter Flnally Votes Ratifl Exploding Qynanfite's Fatal
cation of Treaty. ,' Work in Utah.
OT E WA.S.Mo or_.___
.,VOTE WAS DECISIVEONt CAUSED BY A COLLISION
T i 1tiit 1x Members Approved, While Tr, wiheTe Trainsa" a Y'T Wr ah
,-r Fourteen Were Recorded Against
S- the conventien-Columbia
S.... ets No Pay.
Washington special says: By a
U,',a 66 to 16 the Panama canal
treaty wa ra .DeJ- the senate Tues-
day, and th*S enterprise wblob'
ease so anuMug& ge commerce of
the world, of qih ted States ana of
the southern lt la In particular to is n-
deflqitely 4aauqurptpe. The detailed
vote upon the treaty was as follows:
Yeas: 4dric4 fger, Ailee, Allison,
Ankency, Bacon, Ball. Bard, Bprry,
Berdidtie Burnhams Btrrows, Clapp,
t lark g Wyoming. Clarke of Arkan-
5ae ay,' Cockrell, Culloan IleYw.
Dietrich, 9iUlglai, 9lllver, Dryyeys,
:' Ulklns, airbanks, toraker, Foster of
.qfzIana, Fryq, 'ultpa, Oalllqer,
".. &able Gibson, Hale, Hanebrougb,
Mryllitn, Hoar. Hopkins, Keaan, Kearns,
1- lttredge Lattlier, Lodge Long Mo-
Qrnaa, MCrear:y, McCvummlr MjU
S r,. Mallory, Millard, MitchellU, MEay
..FqUoi,. Penrose, Perkins, Plati of
b4t elo w k, floe-
Awr. 11,-'bcetCMttions, SZbot.
EasWAit. S4SAW;o. Warren.
S or 6
Biey. Bte, BDlckburn, Car-
ack,6 person, Daniel, Dubols, Gor..
Sorgan, Newlands, Patterson,
a. "S,'Tllrb;, 1 zlmanT-,;,"t. ",,.
the., part q. ratflctlo.,to,,eres,
"i'l.k fWL(adg (lrk of .omta sa wi~h
afik ^6%eup fZ Bnri and
s i t0psgary. to atly a
adi -42 .1.
04141t Ttsuin pp to .the
*ae gelqrleb rg Crowded
taofi tha. sm is0dmet of-
Sy ator ..acn,. provdiag for
gp. eutll lnt to-comipeaaste Colom-
les oef the territory of Pan-
Wht"Tfa rejcted by a vote of
f' t 'w k 4 party vote on the
yrve Ide, witl. the exception
*P' Otba/wa and Mr; McUEnery. demo-
1 mp, asho voted with the republicans.
'damocrata were absent when this
B| |in aatakea sad .no-pairsa were'-ai-
.Bit2loed fpr tnemn. "
Some tfepblicans also were absent
-oilM this vote.
', lenatora generally commend -ties
maUnagement of the treaty by Senator
'. 1lulloa, cbaltqan of the committee on
"'.. Tri relations, who had charge qf
.- mAeasure. during blith the plain and
ao .omsy sailing. The vote was taken
uqh g earlier than was at first antic-
pa'ted, when the opponents were vigo-
t'ously trying to secure enough votes
to prevent ratlfinaton.
HANNA WILL PROBATED.
In Testament of Late Senator Family
Is I Bequeathed Whole Estate.
. By the will of the late Senator M.
.. Hanna, probated at Clevetand, Ohio,
Sestat valued aboutpO,000,000 is
Wft to re aN no pu)-
ears ago Senator Hanna
K iB P~l~s'ealli t10 lnxur' n fc<4r
di ltb i f ^ b l a r n ,a
these Ii ,te f Mo t
L7 H. Manna. kId
|^t-;|ns af ap td fntM,
t 8 left to chart y.
sal e owV 6 qite e. o
.. ,v et,, T
'@O0. !-osen of 19 Q-01. from
tot.'tO thd ianie date in the year
S fllowng, waee the largest fertilller
year ever Georgias, the total
'0es en1 toep. ,This
Sth lays acor4-
S e1on commeftee
Ma able report 'on
WV1illtam D: De.rwom,
of customs at the port
.of the commttse
"a m ll1
Great Convention of Depart-
ment of Superintendence
HOLDS FORTH IN ATLANTA
Members and Delegates from National
I vv.. g ,pjv W v ,,l =
s9tat P ,Oi.T *duoaRIonal A.sooletion Take
While DOO 644 j ired Were Georgia Capital City
SS 4.WAUl rrectlene. by Storm.
Tw*qtieI"rV Was have been kl'U' unuly 1,000 deleittes from .all parts
bd, $fti* *tOerq injured, several, it IM of the Union assembled at the Grand
believe fatlly.. and a great anount Opera house to Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday
of reJlroad property destroyed by an i- oraing at the opening session oz.the
Setiloiesl of a car load of dryamitS convention of the National Educational
at Jackson, Utah, a telegraph statiot Association, department of superin
. on the western end of the Great OP tendency. It was a representative. au
ten-Lucien out off on the southern P- tdioence of American culture that filled
ctflc railroad. .th lowe floor, the balcony and the
Mins epiuaunwasmaceemy 16ra -'boe.f2hoeaijue
JAPANE S OFrPICKR HANGED.
WoMe ,a0mhlt Spy inM Ij uI4 o
te -JQWtiw; uAb rail oad bridal aver
ts .adJtmal r1ier,.were dlals"u as
oelo, '. Vay were arrested Just as
t rr i to make thy attempt.
a1t0 4 vea 4t they were Jap-
anees Ooer of the general staff,
namely,-CologiMgWshlrlR the enin- '
earn, ant )$Q@taft ati aonelialsaha and
Kae t, o te sappers.
AMWELf.O RBtIST ARREST.
'Ratld en PeI. R9amO tuaes Plere*p Riot
,, and Meiqare Shot.
Z etat MI qlop up a pool ropmn
that, bs arI ,long time operated .in
the o'utshht of -MbAlIon, nlls., across
the ivIJhI. At: 'Lobule, three constsa-
bleh, aqgmwntfl by a po ae of citizens
and 4beaftl l Pata for .the arret of
salq sWe ted with the pool tooam.
lpr-ipfKiA~te a4 plot late Friday tt*&
kooeen4 .-t ,'reulted In the she etIt
of l na "Oae ai dle. .
STRAW BONrS.a UM.
*- s Ata JIudip -rI
4rA 0 :tlro M:
_*' o*iafteo O~ f
RUSSIANS TO USE A BLIND.
May Dileulee WarMhipa in Order to
Pase the. Dardanelles.
Advoes from St. Petersbarg state
talig al la ia determined to *et ner
laekft .a. Aeet through the Darda-
nellt even ft It la necessary to adopt
the. utbterfuge of altering their .ap
peeraeal.t alldlal, them as merchant.
ma, tie paorte almostt willing.
aff.l.JiBnla aataMwa-sa hbjeotion it
*W be the lgunal fopr an Immedtate ad-
fals toward AndlaM 1
No MORt THMAN WIND.
*-yia% CritIltt.t Fall to ,lSturra b
S Preelideit Cleveland
'fWma Me by t Ae.Asoelated Prass
eort poal4it at Prineeton, ldaY
former PreiMdeat OlevelMnd esprease"
what Ae Might of Wlm1ap :. ftryman'
rematsil h ilell he (Bryan) took e*
bea*tlBe t1 *ry tt1%r 9. Ot!e
a hem nhl4W
Last Rites Over ODea States'-
man at Cleveland.
BURIAL SERVICES HELD
. Silence Reigned Througheot the Cit)
a. Fimwolwll Hemnge Was mUing
Paid to the Man Who Was
Endeared to All.
-The people of Cleveland, Ohio, paid
homage rilday to the memory of their
first citizen, the state.at large added.
its tribute of respect, and many citl-
seaa, distinguished in private and offi
I clal 4ife In all parts of the country.
lent their presence at the ceremonies
which preceded the conslgning to
eartjh of the remains of the late sena-
The last rites over his body were
held at St. Paul Eplscopal church.
During the solemn service Cleveland
was a silent city, street railway and
steam traffic on every line In the city
was *topped for five minutes at 1
Among the distinguished people
,present from abroad were J. Plerpont
Morgan and party, of New York; Gov-
ernor Durbin, of Indiana, and staff;
George B. Cox snd party of Cincin-
nati. and a number of business and so-
cial friends of the dead senator from
Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo, Pittsburg
and New York.
At an -early hour the chamber of
f, ,B T
Sustains Contention of the
PoweriT against Venezuela.
No Exequatur Awaits Edward
Morgan at Dalney.
Re orted to Have Occurred
Between, Jap and Russ.
AWARD IS FINALLY MADE HE CANNOT BE RECEIVED VICTORY FOR. JAPANESE
England, Germany and Italy are Grant
ed Thirty Per cent Preference
of Custome---United States
Given. Duty to Perform..
The arbitration tribunal at T" he
Hague, which has gieen Qnasidering the
claims of the .btlockading powers for
preferential treatment of their claim
against Venezuela, has decided unani-
mously that the three blockading pow-
era, Great Britain, ,Germany and Italy,
have the right to a preference of 30
per cent of the customs duties at Guia-.
ra and Puerto Cabello, the litigants to
pay their own costs in the procedure
and divide equally the costs of the
The United States is commissioned
to carry out the decision of the tri-
bunal within three months.
In giving Judgment, the tribunal
points out that It has been guided by
International law and the equity of the
case and that the protocols signed at
Washington since Feoruary 13. 1903,
and particularly the protocol of May 7,
whereof the obligatory nature cannot
be doubtful, form the legal basis of its
sentence; that the tribunal is not
much competent to judge the jurls,
diction of the mixed commission at
Caracas, nor to Judge their action or
character of the warlike operations of
the blockading powers, nor to decide
if the three blockading powers exhaust-
The exposion. wU iaU =7 w" A obes o( the opera, house. ,
lilson between o. t so flt tWs ', d114 i. In the audience were represeuna-
It la said, to th. AlikPl & of V the eAr m of colleges, noted schoolbook gu.
brakes apparatus to O *#.0 mght g thora, educational authorities, super
the dead and flva 1 tl*W Q n' aintendents of comhplicased school aya-
Americans; the. OMIw *Owe ,Oee 1 temr s and experts In all lines of edu-
borers. dead on national effort.
The deadnt W T a. *uth* noiUon The session was opened with prayer
foreman, hjs M fand re ois ldren; by Dr. Theron Rice, of Atlanta, who
an tlel efore- asked the divine blessing on the as-
man;G W0 0-'IoDAe, ;easager, 1or- semblage of educators. President Hen-
me*0ty Abt w, lad.; Owen BDea ry P. Emerson. of Buffsa!, who presld-
formerly of Beaver d, then introduced Governor Joseph
.lop, Win. seventeen Greek laborers. MR Trl, who welcomed tao educ'-
The exls as terri Terrell, o welcomed ae educ
wa1. wreto. The ntown of rthwaakerra period. had planned a system or public
though byt tan nrthqMpsk. Window education, and he traced the growth
Pane$ us Jq 10 swijemPI 4. W W am 0 tooe original plan up.to tne present
away. were sh.Ltt,"qA*ik .sound 'Whop with Its system Of Iocas taxation,
ofaway, wthe.re nIslhat a e rd Ogden couped with state aid, every county
a ity,. xplole was from a r o o OS at and town i the state had its public
-4if.tei. The meoofd bra Whlih the seffdol system. He hoped to to see the
t1 1$, were. btu l4 1 *a-4" D if time, he said, When the children In ev
f ,d& wthnl a ad uta, ,o alr- epy county aftend school the entire
av M 8laSO lest -is pth, & Ms gescholastic year.
ot'b Ma, n'do m lg sw-s and tyw so. "Wa take pride,' saidrGovernor Ter-
ineS were thrown for Isnoredole d well, "In referring to the general In-
AnOces over ttoejbroundig county, terest throughout the state in educa-
th aes este bbldringr wou beownt tin al matters. The very air you
s tA n -d -w ,l gaS tM breathe here is charged with (he sen-
h teiss of fat la timent that the children of the state
,'a' it- tem baviIg shall be educated by the people
S.t off. TelehaviPg thereof."
is, *l na Ies wor tor down ftr a Prealdent kmerson rose, and after a
thousand feet and the first knowledge State Bhool Commissioner Wilamn
of their disat.r emte from 'ra'raoe, 1 B. Merritt was next Introduced, and
mlues iway, the operator at that plaie addressed the audience. He expressed
aepolttng to *werdartor that he saw his appreciation ot the visit of so many
*a immense loud of smoke ascend distinguished educators to -the city.
from eaekson oand spread out at a and spoke of the mutual benefit that
groeq height. such vialts always occasioned. He alsan
A relief train with doctors, nurses referred to the tremendous good .,tAbe
and stretchers wa hurriedly dispatch- association had accomplished In ILt
ed from Otdeb. The train returned eighteen departments, and the benefit
with the anjeurd who were placed Ia that teachers all over the land hitti
the. -ompldi's general hoplspfl, derived from Its exhaustive reports
The .gr at Ws ol 1f lif monIg the and researches. Speaking of eduetalonn
GreekOis la eouWtd for by the fact Itself, Commissioner Merwitt said:
that 0 o.ctpipe outfitting ears '"The point that needs emphasis in
Wheh term 'gtandlng ln-ar the spot our work is educational research. 11i-
whern tAe n"B go, occurred literacy among the people ri a point
Of the tirtyjKi pesroe at Jackson too much stressed. It at least Is not
at the time W (1he explosion. only nine our long suit, whatever it may be in
seasped death er lInjury. The great other sections. We need proficiency ;n
railroad trestle bVer the laxe was not manual training, child and nature
damrgWd Sh. xp losiols occurring a study and the like. Tn the fifties the
ahprt dlotae beyond the western end south led In education, and now it sur.
of that Itraetsre., prises maly people to know how we
accomplish so much and pay so little
INDIOCThMNT AMAINST FIVE MBN. The reason Is evident. For small pay
our teachers find compensation In sun
Jury InveetlgnAtna. Iroquola Theatre shine and glorious atmosphere."
Fire Finishes its Work. An President Emerson's response, he
Thfe qlgela grand jury at Chiteho spoke of the kood meetings of thlsx
smanemon to Investigate the Iroquois kind did both the north ann the south
theatre fire and the charges made In the matter of wipi;g out all ves
agihat perboOs directly connected tigee of sectionalism. Sald he:
with the tragedy of December 80, corn "The members of this association ap
pleted its labors Baturday by voting preciate the hearty welcome extend dl
Indletments against five mften and no them by the people of Atlanta and,
bhlls against tour others. ayor Har. none appreciate this more than I he
roea Was not inflicted, northern delegates. It Is good pol cv
i .for uas to hold meetings In the south'
MONtvY FOR PAST MAIL. There Is nothing like exchanging Idena
S- End methods. If there had been mor"
PeetofRoe Appropriation ill Carries of thisbl in the old days, the confli.
Bra0t Anmeut ie Last VYea. of whiqb your cltJvas one of th i
The ppetofoe appropriation bill co- bloodiest battle g would never
.D b.f$,s&ay, : e1lMtWRSt On have oecuirred. Let us use the's occq
jp a4AfAtppopriatlon slun to still fprthbr blot out this merm
.(,l f- the onna,,b lu of cry."
ie f* ftf aOOeh' wsfl The main body of the program wFs
fp'W#l4t'tat'd Naw then taken up, the subject for discni.
z T4 M atoUlt ston lobeing educationn at the Univernsal
dor was Inaugurated lret peaIldent of
the republic of POaema before the na-
tional constitutional eonveation The
inauguration occurred la the plaAM, the
same place where the act of PaaNmaO
Independence was read on Movember
thousands of persons werq present
and the scene was most Ilteestlngt
A number of ladleG witashed theb
ceremony, as did the .lvil and military
MANDJIJR IN BAD PLIGHT.
Luckless Steamer Il Awalted by Jap-
ansee Cruler at W6eung.
Jpan is wearyl -of the aiwerable
qwtable over the MaUd,. amt has no
ttSled the Citeae I*rtma ese thatU
If Otkas is qsabla to entorce patral'
lpy, J3" will do it for bet. Obina
ka thetmore ordered two srultm to
oee'" to Shaa ghl and a4eot the
a at eo woensU.
A a"a. s risea tIs waiting in the
Oatg .v sian tat Vendufa as soon S
ehbb saoMea t. o
OERMMANy TO PP LI 4 NANM TUIe
* VONe, ow<.4 \ ,' M.M., ,,,
to Savannah. Ga., Monday, from Caba,
where he went to oaeseeute his InvestI
gationa of smuggling cases. He reports
that he found that miny goods other
than elars had been smuggled Into
and disposed of in this country, and
thlit lerw will be $6,003 more coming
to the government from those who
will have to make the dates that were
temporarily evaded. The recipients of
these goods are to be tpund la Savaa-
ash and other cities. Mr. Leaken said
MILITARY ACTIVITY IN HAUFAX.
England Proceeds to Make Great Pert
SDaring the past ats months every
steamer belonging to the Frteas line
arrived at tEle port has laded eipleo
Itew "am big guns, usay a Worid dil
paeh tl Waitfax. 8. they we
dinei6ted sioag .the harbor ftSf
The staff of workmen emplte8ed1 m6
W roUntlyp was lartae g nthe s-
i y rrof the gafrrie.W
.Tp M!STw A WAI MINN4TO.
I L j ,^h'a'mi.B
United, Statas Informed that Political
Reasons Stand In the Way-Ao-
tions le Considered a
A Washington special says: Secre-
tary Hay has bbpe informed that Ed-
win Morgan wlf) not be granted an exa-
1uatur by the Rusilah government anu
thorlsing him to act as United States
:onsul at Dalny. Mr. Morgan is now
)n his way from Washington to his
post. He will sail from San Fraucisco
ad touch at Yokohama, Japan, at
which point the state department will
oe able to advise him a month hence.
This decision on the part of the Rus-
sian government was not altogether
unexpected, but it is the subject of
grave consideration by the state doe
apartment officials, Secretary Hay re.
garding the matter of suatsicent Im-
portance to warrant a personal visit
to the white house, where he present-
ed the facts to the president. A. de-
cision bas not at this time been reach-
ed as to the answer to be made to ,he
Russian government. .
It is said the reasons assigned for
the declination to receive Mr. Morgan
are entirely Impersonal. in fact, Mr.
Morgan has been for several years one
of the American secretaries of embas-
dy at SL Petersburg, Is very popular
with the Russian officials, who would
be glad to receive him as consul It po-
litical consideration did npt forbid. It
is explained that the season for Rus-
sla's action Is purely military; the ar-
my officers desiring that there shall be
no foreign officials on the Lina Tuns
peninsular during the progress of hos-
They fear that they may -not be .-ble
to afford such officials a proper measa,
ure of protection In times of violence.
it Is also suggested that as the United
States consul would be charged with
the reiponslbility for the protection
of the Japanese there would be many
chances for severe friction, which ii
is desirable to avoid. But many things
may happen, It is pointed out, before
Mr. Morgan arrives even at Japan,
which will determine the course of the
state department, and it is suggested
that there Is a possibility that theo Rus-
sians may not be master of the Lioa
Tung peninsula when. the consul ar.
rives. It Is said in Waslsmgton that
after all the Russian course is consist-
ent In that that government has stead
fastly refused to recolvo any consuls
at Dalny, and the only official the
United States has ever had there was
a commercial agent.
The announcement is made that the
decision In Mr. Morgan's case does not
apply to the newly-appointed Unite.d
States consuls at Mulkden and Antung.
These consulates are In Manchuria
and the state department, taking the
ground that that province is part of
China, would apply to the Chinese
government for exrquaturs for these
consuls, not recognizing the right of
any other power to intervene.
RUSSIA'S REPLY RECEIVED.
Secretary Hay Hears from His Propo.
Si1tlon Regarding Status of China.
Russia's reply to Secretary Hay's
note on China was handed to Ambas.
sador McCormick, at St. Petersburg.
The reply was given to Mr. McCor-
mick by Foreign Minister Lamadort
mnd was promptly dispatched to Wash-
ington. The terms it the reply have
not been divulged. It is known, how
ever, that they are along Iftes previ-.
ously indlc~ed, being a virtual accept.
ance In principle, with the exception
of Manchuria., wh)ch Is now the thea-
tre of war and where Russia's special
commerce, where the body of the dead ed all pacific means to prevent tae
statesman had lain In state since necessity for employing force. The
Thursday morning, was besieged by tribunal decides that it is only in a po-
Thur-da mor g ws b bi y fi.,,.,11. attlon to certify that aince 1901 Vene.
thousands of workmen with their din s itlon to certify thation proposed one
zuela refused arbitration proposed on
nor palls, on their way to their daily several occasions by Germany and
toll. In such great numbers did they ILngland; that after the war no formal
assemble that many unable to stand treaty of peace was concluded; that
longer In lite, .were deprived of a last the operations of the blockaders were
look at the face of the dead. stopped before they had received sat
Thousands of visitors who had hoped isfaction for all their claims, and fur.
to have an opportunity of passing by their that the question of preferential
the bier of the dead senator, also aban- treatment was submitted to aroitra,
doned the idea when they saw how tion. The tribunal declares that It
hopeless was their chance of gaining found and recognized in those facts
admission. precious evidence in favor of the great
At ten o'clock the members of these principle of .arbitration in all phases
state legislature who recently -chose of International conflict.
Mr. Hanna to represent Ohio In the The United States is charged mere-
United States senate drove from their ly to supervise the carrying out of the
hotel to the chamber of commerce In a decision regarding costs.
body and looked for a time upon the
face of the dead statesman. WOMAN ROBBED PAYNES.
The Washington delegation arrived -
at 10:30, and they, together with the Mrs. Agnes French, Arrested at New
personal friends of the lap senator, York, Admits Guilt.
were admitted to the chamber of cm.n Mrs. Agnes French, recently employ.
marcobetweene l1o'lock and n en. ed as a nurse In the family of Post.
The scene at the bier at this time was
strikingly sad master General Payne, in Washington.
When the doors were closed finally was arrested in Brooklyn, N. Y., by de.
at noon It was estimated that since tectilves. She is said to have decamp-
the face of the late senator had been ed from tho Arlington hotel, Washiug-
exposed to the public sixty thousand, ton. with $100 In cash and about $1,-
peopoDle had looked upon It. 700 worth of jewelry belonging to Mrs.
Promptly at noon the funeral cor- Payne and other members of the famn-
tege loft the chamber of commerce ily. The theft was committed during
building for the church, preceded by q the excitement attendant upon the fun-
platoon of police and escorted by mill- eral of Senator Hanna. Mrs. French
tary and civic organizations., was traced to Now York and when
Reservations on the centre aisle brought to police headquarters, ac-
were made for the family, governors' knowledge her guilt, saying:
staff, the Washington delegation and "I a mgulilty and I am willing to
other distinguished guests and mem- take the consequences. The fact Is
hers of the state ,legislature. The that I needed the money."
church was filled long before the hour
for the services to commence, and BRITISH VESSEL SEIZED.
thousands lined the streets about the
edifice. The church services were Steamer Rosalie Held by Russians at
brief, but solemnly Impressive, being Viadivostock.
Interrupted at times by sobs from all The owners of the -British steamer
parts of the church. Rosalie from Cardiff, November 22. for
Immediately on the close of the. ser- Vipdlvostock, ahd which sailed from
vice the body, accompanied by he Nagasaki Jan-jary 18. have been notil-
family, pallbearers and Bishop L-on- fled that she has been captured by the
ard, proceeded slowly out Euclid ave- Russians at Viadivostock.
nue to Lake View cemetery, where a
final farewell of the dead was taken in Judge Winter Dies Suddenjy.
Wade Memorial chapel. The service Judge Jobs (: Winter. judge of the
consisted simply of a prayer by the newly created circuit of Alabama, died
bishop. suddenly at Montgomery Monday
The body was deposited In a crypt night. He was writing a will for a
;n the chapel to await burial at the friend who had called at his office
pleasure of the family. when he suddenly expired.'
AMADOR INAUGUIMTEDK MANY SMUGGLING CA8BS.
First president of PanntA Repubile Found by Assltanht Attorney General
F Leaken on Visit'to Cuba.
'akes Oath of Me* Special Assisttant United States At.
At Panama, February o, Dr. Ams- horney General W. R. Leaken returned
Alleged Breath of Neutrality Brought
Against Rusoeana by Powers arid
An AssoU ite4 Press disPat,.h of
Sunday from Oboe Boo, says. It is
reported that the Rusilan advance as
the Yal hbag been repulse, with a
loss of 2,500 men.
London Dally .Mall correspondent at
New Chwang cabled Sunilay n gin:
"It is reported' here that Russia and
Japanese outposts on the alu haveys
been engaged, the Russians suffering
considerable loss. No details.'
The cables are still absolutely silent
with regard to the, progress of 'ha
war, but there are vague runiirs ut
land fighting. As an instance, the Par-
is edition of The New York Herald's
correspondent at St. Petersburg talks
of a Russian repulse on the Yalis rv-
er with a loss of 2,500 lives. 'Tlii-s.. ru-
mors are unconfirmed and from a re-
liable quarter. The Morning i',sts
Chee 'Poo correspondent says he learns
that tens of thousands of Japanese
are advanucijg by forced marines from
various parts of Korea on the Yalu
and that severe fighting is exported
shortly. These are the only references
to aolual operations that have relich.
Bresoh of Neutrality Charged.
The London Mall's Shanghai cable
dated Sunday, says: The Madjur a!-
fair has assumed international lupur-
tance. The French consul has sided
with Russia, and backs up the claim
that the Madjur is needed to pruotet
Russian Interests at Shanghai.
Japan's consul has telegraphed the
Chinese foreign office, explaining
the serious consequence poss:blo it
such a flagrant breach of neutrality is
permitted. The Akitsushima has cle-i-
ed for action.
The British warships Rinaldo, Phoe-
nix and Butomart have anchored in
The correspondent's first cablegram
concerning the affair was as follows:
"The Russian gunboat Madjur is re-
maining in port nla defiance of the 'hl-
nose order, which expired at 5 o'clu,-k
this afternoon. It is oelloved the Pol-
yang squadron (Chinese) will be in-
structed to enforce the order.
"Russian and Wrench authorities
claim there has been no inrringemnont
of neutrality, but the Japanese as -rt
the presence of the Mfadjur pre%4itHB
their merchantoent coming to port
"The Japanese cruiser, An.tsulslni-t,
Is still outside the harbor walltilg for
the Madjur. Captain Cowan, com-
manding the Madjur, is an Ettglish-
man, educated at Eton, Oxiord. tik
Is ashore assisting the Russian cn
The News In St. Petersburg.
A dispatch from Port Arthur rercei
ed in St. Petersburg stated that tho
first land encounter occurred Saturday.
A picket of Cossacks attacked a
small detachment of Japanese troupI
on Korean territory.
The Cossacks captured some Japan
ese prisoners, on whom they fouad
maps and papers.
The collision was presumably be-
tween reconnoitering parties. An en-
gaagment Is not anticipated immedi-
ate y. A Port Arthur dispatch says
the Japanese fleet was observed Feb-
ruary 16 cruising off that port.
Jap Major and Guard Captured.
An Associated Press dispatch' from
St. Petersburg says: Major General
Pflug, the chief of etaft. of Viceroy
Alexieff, telegraphed from Port. Arthur
Saturday as follUws:
A body of Cossacks. marohlng from
Wlja, capture a Japsiees major, Tat-
sura, with five soldiers sand two civil-
The reports regarding the enemy
are generally contradictory and
INITIAL "DWVEKRPICATfON" FARM
To be Established In lou, Caerollna
By Agrioultural .DepartlMamt
Professor W. J. 8pwt1an. .ae -ros-
tologlst of the tited A#tesa .depart-
ment of agriculture, baa agrtv4 .ln Co
lumbia, S. 0C., r the rpqge" of. estab-
Usahing the first of the divqriflcation
farms in the south, dterin aed upon
by the general government. Tla tartm
Is to be known as Diversification Farm
It is contemplated by his new de-
parture to teach the rtArss in the
south how to colmblD W asMit moeth
od6 with agrieltune of vnrta lnada,
other than cotton, umam aiitnte lar,.s
PERRY i-EAfl Rft ltjbd
Owlag to Soath of Hasm H eIlln-
qulehes His Job e
PrIy H. 7 Rest, formt* SI af lst-
ant poetmamter e"neraj adde etary
of the RepublUeam aoqI'a tt,
wired his reglgstl of It titter pop
Msi ,- w Pi -M'. .Hr ,
"te to thebd.at 4mo t ..,,,
*ti of retn 'itt-y4i
"19"lWi- n Wda
PROVISIONS FOR THE PRBSS.
Rules end Regulations of Rueslans
and Japanese for Newspaper Men.
According to a dispatch from Paris,
the Russian and Japanese war depart-
ments have agreed to the following
regulations governing newspaper cor-
respondents In the field:
Each newspaper and news agency la
allowed one accredited representative
with esmh t orea Every eorespondent
will be allowed o-e Interpreter and one
servant and will be supplied with
transportation and rations on an army
scale for himself and his staff two.
All dispatches must be submitted
to an e4cer appointed to ar-tas oensbr.
All eorrepondenet will have to
obey all army orders and raulsatons
Any correspondent Infringing any
resiulatio will be tried by cout mar.
PIOSa OP SWAYVNW CASE.
OeAmmftee Reealed Wi1th1rge- of
C*rtP llbm> p ee by Jueg
Th/Ieadola f totu 'mFdlUI ta tW
tises ofa fthesrtm isan Pt*eCa
J4udg Charles aweae, of lor4da, was
te latm attute -C teasuoy tI Tat
AlMasee afletia earrupt petef Is
baWtoty paen eseaga I & l e -o
n0urt sad thai1 Sa e eM"f -la-lob'
"t bifto lest e tooAem too&
.t"e ig he I: ,Weh i
SThe w* tt."w "to ,,, !. 1
,,:,.M^ t I
rs. Hakel, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde-
n eo... .
pendent Qrder Goo-d Templars, of Silver-
Lak Mass., tells of her cure by these of
Lyda E P .khm's Vege. table Compound.
"D t ..W.i. PWnezk: o!.r years ago I w& nearly dead with Inflanm-
S.ation and uloeration. I endured dalty untold tgony, and life wal a burden
to I had uasad .medicines and washes internally and externally until I
made-rp my mind that there was no relief for me.- CallinHg at the home of a
frie-d, I no oed a.bottleof Lydia E. Pinkhamn's Vegetable omnpound.
?&y friend endorsed it highly and I decided to give it a trial to see if it would
help ma. It took patience srid persnverence for I was in bad condition, and I
need Lydit..E. Pinkhaan's Vegetable Compound for nearly five month
before *I waa cured, but what a change, from despair to happiness, from
miery to the delightful exhilarating feeling health always brings. I would
S ot aap k bak or a thousand dollars, and yotar Vegetable Cofmpound isa
S" wiseh every sick woman would try it and be conirnced."-MBns. IDA,
HEAsczA., SIlver Lake, Mass. Worthy'Vicei Templar, Independent Order of
Good Templ ars.
S When at inedlcltn has been-successful In more than aa million
eCfAet 1* it )uiltico toyyoursolf to say, without trying it, ,I 4-do not
beileyI t- would help me? "
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak, and sick land dim-
couraged, exhausted with each day'sa work. You have 0omeo
derangement of the feminine organism, tnd Lydia E. Pinkham'sn
Vegetable Compound will help you just as surely as it bas others-
"-r .' Tillle lHart, of Larlmore, N. D., say*::
S: DAt i~fns. PzicrAM:' I might hare been
spared many months of suffering andPalan if.I
"b. H" had known of the efficay of Lydia Pink.
bham's Vegetable Compound a few months
H& sooner, for I tried many remedieo without Aflnd-
Ingan3\ thing which hlilped me before' tried the
-- Vegetable Compound. I dreaded. te a pproac
of the menstrual period every month, as It.
meant much suffering and pa n. Some. nmontbe
the flow was very scanty and others it was pro-
+ n .fuse, but after I had used the' Compoand for
two months1 I became regular and icttiral, and so
I- continued until I felt perfectly well and the
'V -parts were strengthened to perform the-work
I without assistance and pain. I am like a differ-
S -.' ent woman now, where before I' did not care to
Live, and I am pleased to testify ia to the good
S i your Vegetable Compourid has done for me. *
.. Rk" V/jflj f 8ineerelyyoars, Mir. TII.LIB Ha.T,ra~riaor*,N.D.P
:l i f .' Be it, therefore, believed by all women
*. i E who are ill tha-t Lydia E. Pinkbaunl oVege-
table Compound is the medietne they
*l/l'W should take. It la u stood the test of tlme,
"E [and it has hiundrods of thousands ofacures
to its credit. Women should consider it
unwise to use any other medlolne.
S "" MAirs. Pinkham, hvlWose address Is Lynn.
TMass, will aitswcr clicerfitly arnd without
opst aIr Ml& ft'ad< drs.ied to herl by sick wwovetn. Perhaps she has
$Jst he W vied go thltt will help your ca-se try her to-day It
iptw ~aas. ~
I~t; ~- A S*~~4"
~ rc* ~ k
tee- AlASI'OTA A TR~ACTION MIN~lES
F" POIIIASLErSAW MILLA
pt5 wrldho Icam a ~eslow d
.11 : a I'l~rt mCrn 57 U
r e j u f t h ) h ~ rl.M A C H IN E S
if Pills Were Poison.
If Detrott's crop of pills for a single
year .was mada of any deadly poison
one-half of them would, be sufflelont,
to depopulate the entire globe;
If the annual pill harvest ot Detroit
was string' on thread," like Christmas
pqpcorn, the rope of pills would reach
twice around 'the earth, with enough
over. to tle In a bowknot.
If this stringg of pills" was out in
pieces each of the 20,000,000 women
and .girls r Americal could have a
different necklace of pilll for every
day In the year, with an. extra long
one for each Sunday.
Detroit produces 4,0000,.000 pills
each year.-L-Ialle's Monthly.
RELIEVING THE MONOTONY.
"No doubt you will appreciate your
vacatQion a great deal."'.
"Yes," answered 'the leisurely mem-
bet of Congress;. "it's something of-a
relief to know that you can do noth-
ing for a while In a private instead of
an offitcal capacity."-Wash ington
"You say that Lord Fucash'a social
position has Improved since. he mar-
ried a rich American girl?"
ffYes, Indeed. formerly he was only
a Pobleman. 'but now he belongs to
our helreastocracy." Washington
FIT permaneutly poured. Ho fits ornervous-
nesms fterfirst day' s'ue of Dr, Kline's Great
Zeriveltestorer,. 't ttalbottleand trpatliefro
Dr. It. H. K Lim, Ltd., tlOIAjrehfit..l'blIs..Pa
It lais been *sid that all the world
loves a lover, but the proof is missing.
Thi Editor of the Itural New Worker.
Than whom there is no better Potato Ex-
pert in the Country, says, "Saize r's Elili t
eat Potato i lthe earliest of 28 earliest
sorts tried by me, nIelding 464 bu. per
acre." Saler's Early Wisconsin yielded for
the Rural New Yorker 736 bu. per acre.
Now Salter h heavier yielding varieties
than above. See Salser' catalog.
JuTr siRD 100. IJ i TAMrS
nd thi, notice to the John A. Salser Seed
., LA ro-se, VWia., and receive lets of
farm seed samples and their big eatalog,
which is brim full of rare things for the
gardener *ad farmer easily worth $100.00
to every wide awake armir. (A.C.L.1
It describes Balsef. Tenointa, yielding
160,000 Ibs. per acre of rich green fodder,
Balsr's Victoria Rape, yielding 60000( lbe.
of sheep and hog food per acre, logethei
with Szaer's New National Oats, which
ba a cord of 300 bu. pier acre, In 30
states, so also full description of Alfalfa
lover, Giant Incarnat Clover, ,loike,
Timothy and thousands of otlier fodder
plants, raresM, Wheat, Spelts, Barley, ete.
Some men mIght compliment their wives
monre I wa w en an, occasional
chance to U.
Ptio'aOurefor Oonsumptlon 1san Infalllble
modictse for sought and oojd-a.-N. W.
SAMVE., 0oOAU Grove, N. J., leb. I, iU0,M
The coming man is usually one who has
eoute4 Obtef IssrbaFr.
Tamplco eXpectl to be the chief Mex-
ican harbor before long. It is twelve
hour distant from the capital by
train, and Its wters are deep enoMgh
for the largest vesselS and tully pe.-
tected against stormed.
We offer One IHundred Dollar Reward for
say ease of Caerrh thsat emaot be 0111d by
lp.'s J. Li Co.. Toledo, 0.
we the a s* sIhaveo know 7.S.
yt l b oam a si y alievo him
ions l tiad b l d the bomin aso a
gie o a TseTaz ToesteDm gistse ,
WagZV-e, KsXis M & Mtany. Wols.lo
Dn v0.Toledo, 0., _
T mSakel li ,Miiy P*U t* piaut
HXaleo, au. r.." as tha poatahaali o
all Meicsay postal the rtedwadsee, s
*Ztrstr"it Ie iaral." or er*al io metS.
gad eorWspoed to our WalagsteB1 ,
D. 0 *
Vagarles That Explaln the Lack Of a
Scandanavian Restaurant In Town.
.The Scan.lanavian population of the
city of New York, already conlsder-
able, Is being added to largely through
Immligrationr, but there t onot a not-
lible Swedish or Danih restaurant In
town. The reason for this, when every
nationality is represented in the cos-
nmopoliltan life of New York. is found
not In a the-ory but a condition.
What Is it? It Is what. may be
called a gastronumic lottery-the cus-
tmtu of Scainduliuinu and especially
I Sw,,ilsh cooks to mix Ingredlentz ,
which would have more than justliled .1
the historic 'shiio:lok if that ensrclan-
ioris French culinary larinti. who did
not wlah to. sur\ive tho knowledge
tiat one of Ills fish sauces was a tail-
.A. Rwedishh cork follows (he Cirman
or Fronch tylp. wifthi variatlna; and
it is theu:. vvnriations which operate
as a bar to the establlshmnt of Swed.
\Vith a wmirld of soups to draw from,
a Swelshl cook will make a soup of
laL,-r boer. w\ith abundant oppor-
tuiitltis fir dollcaelis In the line of
dii-s.*-rtl, a Swedish cook will. as a
lrustrouomiic diversion, mix turnips
l ilt a custard.
On prime ribs of roast beef, a
Swedish cook, if not dissuaded, may
sprinkle nutmeg, and a consomme of
milk and prunes la always to be
It Is the uncertainty of these valia-
tions Introduced Into a dinner with--
out notice which in many cases de.
prices Swedish cooking, ordinarily
wholesome and. uubstantltl., of thea
recognition which It would otherwise-
obtain.-New York Sun.
]How Men aind Wo4uen Love. .
WVhen. a woman's love is strong t
takes poseosselon of her to the exclu-
iion of pretty nearly everything else,
When a uai'"s love in strong it does
the same, and. as the records of every-
day crimes so to prove, with an even
greater intensilty; but n man I-as more
self-coitol, minre dissimulallon, mqre
cuinlitg, wlhch all go to screen his
renl self from theli eyes of his fellows.
lie may not. I grant you, be ready to
give up hl. horses, his trade, his books,
his sports, or-unless. indeed, be be
very young and very loveslok-his din'-
ner, but he, often enough, stakes his
all upon one throw, and, It unlucky.
i rendy' to give up far more than, all
tlihme put together-vIh., his life It-
l1Ire and there a woman puts an end'
to her existence through hopelessness,
grief, and despair; here and there ase
droops and fades, ritheriin away sI-
lently because *he has lost bar chfbl
hold on life; here and there &b sinks
Into a beat broken melancholy or gen-
tle passlvity; but bpw rarely do we
and, eVde tl' the ver eot abandonment
of love ipd pauslp., *ale a woman will
be driven 'BUerelM to eamSlt a crime
A man, driven to desperation by a woe-
nian's perfidy or flekleness, kills aer,
or his rival or himself. A woman to
1ike ease may suffer p thousand times
as much,. but she will never harm the
one she loves, or has loved, or her sue.
cessor, Bhe. will make i tragedy--
but her whole lfe is th* tnragdy. Se
wUI forgive-blitedae shi is a womalm
but shb wtU Met' eret--beaue sshe
is a womln.-MrM1,l'-rlr.
SIST OF ST. I
RELY 0,,PE-RU-NA TO FICQ.
CATARRAH, 0U6H 8, OL,0 L
,.' :r q L i.a
Besant, Hints For Wosen.
Every woman knows what sleep will
do toward restoring the looks. But I
the woman who la a part 'of the social
whirl during tho gay month works
such havoc with her nerves inthat alio
has to learni to rest; "ho has to begnii
all over ngalli at the foot of the lad.
der that leads to lit iui.
Rent sla inperatirvo, 'egulnr lilbits
are essential, iproplr to t is xnceseenry.
The tos4t illtletilit tse itt lohe repair-
ing prverao Is o II lutl i nll o rest.
A tIlidali iwo muii i IsI nit a wolnilt
In t norit l sahrlo. Sihe Is nr ,ve-slrtk.
nimil ri-pout Is theo 1lth nclihyreiueiut
ilj ite lIt oialil h(ii po 'er to acilolre.
lUnt repose yoi iist luaive. If yoin
would replace your wan. adedI look
by freshness a d ibetiuty.
The physical delndelce that follow
a perversion of all itere'a Inw iA li nc-
COinpanied by t COndlitioll of nu'rvoi
ex'louniett, iterve C-' X ilt U. i i 1. t111t
must be (.ined before tie sua.ejot need
expect oluliroved looks.
Sl)on't make tile inlstako of laising
inedlicine for frazzhitl h err :. A llar-
cotic or a -8timultnit will o:ilv pproluc
the Imitation of tie nr-al condition that
y"lw liust inrn. by the exercise of scilf-
coitrol and a perseveraneKe In the laws
that govern health and good looks.
Every woman nleedsl aln abundince of
aleep-eight or nine hours at the least.
To get Into a normal condition waterr
weeks and oMontlas of detyli.g physleal
laws requires the exercise of will pow-
er, but It can be done. It you are able
to leep-I anam now speakingto the
army of society lnartyrE who wish to
Join. the repair clask- treat yourself to
just as much natural sluiber as you
can get. over .ound at first how or
when you. take a pap. Exhausted na-
Aure recuperates very rapidly during
normal oleep. "
The rest cure i In order for the first
week without reservation. sleepp will
smooth out the wrinkles in ulany -a
tired face, bring back roses to the
cheeks and brightness to the eyes.-
if you cannat sleep, you must court
the drowsy god by long hours spent
out of doors, walklnr. driving, riding.
Next to rest In importance .in the
beauty. restoration treatment in deep
Very few women, breathe correctly,
and prar'ly, i ever, does a tlred wo-
man :fill her helugs to the bria with
To' breathe correctly is t send the
blood boundlln thrOUigh the veiliS, and
once : the blood circulates -freely,
health is establlIshied. Correct breath-
lIg lIasb heen-so 'ten described In thil
plag o that It it only ntccagary t' refer
Don't forget- that 4oeep,. full breath-
Ing is e-seithlli to tlio development of
the' greatest beauty your skinu nay a:t-
)Deep breathing not .only produces
benatly but hieaith,' and by the sim-
p-e practice of corrtectly. IUnhalin and
exhatling, always through the nostrils,
.Mir6 oxygen inany diseass are abso.
lutely cured.-St. Iouats tar.
Saved from Disaster.
The Ohlnee. If superstltlous, are
adroit. It wasin, a naval battle when,
*a Chlnese veW! wis tbreateneOd with
disaster. Suddenly a *pirpt appeared
apd the enemy was destroyed. "To
whom as I Indebted for this supreme
favor?" (aked the polite captain. "I
am the Bpirit of the Target," replied
.the gavlor, "and when you were young
you often fired at mo, but you never
hit me. Ifonco the favor I bestowed,"
NO RAE ID-OFF.
Lawyer Hawk-The Rod Squirrel
Swante Ius to eater suit against tha
Gray Squirrel. They arm disputing
P the possession of some hickory nuts.
His Partner-I don't see what we
want with the cams. We don't eat
A Shocking Crime.
The daughter of a widow living
at Potsdam has just been tried for
SInciting soldiers against an officer In
the following olrcumstances: Ono
Sauday last year she waI walking
with her sweetheart, a euldler, when
she met a young cadet, lie stopped
ti soldier on the ground that he had
not saluted him. The soldier and the
girl maintained that the salute had
been given, whereupon the qadet or'
dered the mam io follow him to the
barracUs. TlO ALirl upon this called
to a number df artillerrmen, bidding
them not to allow such a young ol. ,
ear to rest an hoeat mal. TIrt sol-
diCd who fetooed We cdieM Ml tasder-
PC 4M* Se*tenad to wq eiopbt i 1n
1pridwAsiaet in a fortress. The diari
agalast the girl was dismissed, but
phe Was ftAd 80 mark ftr insulting
Only one out of every 1,000 mar-
ried easpves live to eelebrats their
gh an ununomllyr sumreb in bake
uis6 ie uar easne a@ d Alftllt.
_Wha we tntroduned lBUla Dollar
Struck Him Unfavorably.
Mr. Gaaslil, who had coma recent
ly into the ipasession of a consider
able fortune, had decided to erect a
large offloe building, and was discuss
Ing the: j;pI with "q arri tot. .
"ANs to. oors, now,^. lai the or
chitect, '"qt .otuld WWtat th ta in
mosalo p4tt'rn I proaume?"
"I doW't )aow shout that," respond
ed Mr. 0OpWU, lqtblnusly seratoihlW
his Jlaw ,I hadn't got apy prejudle
again.-6 a4 s a iSna," and he qi
taInly i pa dge 3 abou(jq,
but whnrer tial tIo g 1%,
kind o' sef#e t'O o:e IV'dta i tM' 1n
'ern uinnectarlanI lke. Don't it strikeo
you that way7"
SIIAKSI'Bl AIIt AMONOI Till RInI-
"Whkt are you carrying thre?", In-
quired thle 1Russian Captain, of the pri-
vate soldier who was staggering along
under the wollht of a heavy box.
"Caviare to the General." replied
the soldler.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
MIGHT H s i ;OJB.
The At941-l i p h we'll have better
luck at tn hex s toh,
The Aotrgg--Oh, we can't com-
plain. We'I lqeaSl*g to:n' n' road
daylight and with our baggage.
A no Ik s i luek t I1tdoena's get turned
dqwa whitl waiting for something to tura
l .r years 1
fared with eatr I.
of the stomach, all reMn
VrItving valieless for
rmlo, hoping to be bea
Ity a cbane of climLate,
S while there a friend adviTW
ine to try Peruna. Alter uaing two biatt
I found myself very inuoh improved. Til
remaln of my old (lisease being now la
Slight, I consider myself urged, ye lete --
vhE e I intend to continue thea pa of r
runs. I am now treating anotbar ppat-1
with your medlilne. B 914as W e Q
with malari and troubled wit i lM
I have no doubt that a cure wU a 5p "
Thee eare eim .ile 5 fell lse petgNd a .
iiu Br, EStrhe-ast A5 *A* vnr9 ,.'lg
-ardors of OfsMte s's DAfq@iylUS 019
'he United Bfate.
The names and a4dre to thei lif" 4
tera have been willheild from repMtMi'W,
ile BSisaters, but will be fturnlahod m % .V
jleet. -_ '.
One-half of the diseases whish als '
nanknld are due to some trra 'iV.4
ratcsae of the mUoous omembraue ltatu
oe eorgian or passage of the body. -' ,
A rpmady (tht would *et ai e4latb '.
upon tho eonllfttd mrious idrui *41 .
storing i' to Its orminal st t, wo .1is.'
-eiluently cure fl tlwe dise" a q1 "'
I s catatTlih wberevr lofatwd, whet M '
in the ihfad throat, iuhn I etoms Iw
y or o rgans. A rmaedy int .W.
cure itko taa location will cur it in all I-
Catioae. runa oures eatarrh wlhrvy'
If you do not derive prompt and satidl,
tory result from the use of Peruna,
at ouce to Dr. lartniai, giving a ihlllsw '
ment of your came and he will bi pIad lmi
give you bil valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr, Hartmnis, Presidet el Tihe
iHartian Sanitarium, olumobit 0.
96 A.. r FRIEE
a WIJ. Rt W IN
b ao i el
i tw e ftr-is l
S lces sis an qat
S' ,alla v le
wiuces size and quality.
.ully the fhr.
111l100 v Zalu
of Pos h. -
W '160," 1i Ki
.. ^ ^ j ^
iL ..n ^ yeS S S
Collare Otfutdwii N 4Mb the ben
are just the thbUg at rs-tma
Dainty lingerie sldefr for the deft
frock are sold ItsOaMy bepa.
Big leather banttns tonamed In gilt
or alver fastem some irt mWft
Faggotlag and agMsMAaj e tiluheb
are employed oon ssbs tf ther ewsl
Very elaborate beasesM but
ttmpe hwiUow, a", Ip d i
'. 9 ::,eOs
too bo sss md ona d aprgXtD-extrvm
~~he~fl mdl ciaes-w e reso46
ra1.atso, t o 5j IO a xa a
yor rvv 1- '4665is
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SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH
Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe an.
I N EVERY country of ithe rivliheni
world the Sisters of C'hality are knttow
Not only do they minister to the sTitta
and intelleetLal needs of the ehrarfs con
mlt ted t their care but they also na1( iit.
to llrir bodily need.
Wh never cough. or colds, Is grippe t'.
nqeumonia make their appearance amnon
the children these Sisters are nSt diacon
carted, but kuow. exactly the remedies st
With so many qbhldren to take ro* ol o
and to protect from 1nate and dishes.
tliaese wise and prud.at frs iavq found
Perutia a never-faili jagsfetuard. -
S 8Eistera of St. Joseph, of the DeIaf Mute Institute, 10 Cass Ave., St. LouI,S
Mlo., writes: *
a rapprectate lPrusa very ttUo. It erOtfte.IA does goo1 d or1 k
Stfh eatarrim and afso weth colds antd la go'rtpl We Rt v tWoeth ste.-
runas n,!4 have suepled -maitgp others wtthe s ame. We do np eite so a
(thAoutt. 18 hasa crtafintly kcput us jsos boei es-ery eol. IS d4d as -
tcorld of goodlast wettiCer f r ourt tlttle aes. Thesaeklng yVow febr yoer
SJMtdne'. to we and ourr afflited otes, we rfnalti, yeisrs prtefultv,
4 818TERS 0 ST. JOSBPH.."
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SDr lprtman receives sny letter! from "Wo began to use it and experienced
CatholioSisters from all over the Unitelf mucli wonderful result that sines then P
states. A reeomenad recently received runt bais become our favorite medicine fo'
from a Catholic InatlltutionA in Detroit, influenza, oatarrh, *old, cough and brown
Mich., reads as follows: chitis."
JD. ". B. 0'Htrt*Wfta, Coetmbu Ohto: AothereT reoomtsmnd frvom a Oath-
Dear Mtr.-"' AryVousasr1tiwhouse e olto tinttatitesl "i omse of the OesItrar
hPero" nase.s sufltbrigfroAs ln -t('"- .Statles e di-te"t by lme SIcster itlapotot
a, oad lose of vote., Thesrcl*t of reads as Ibiloivei
Me tr tntef. some tn4mof *astfdat tot-1v. "A number of years ago our attention
She jbond erOva( rjtt, and 4.ofp wa -called to ]r. llartniani's Pe'na, and
further i seofthe mdidoltne. t hop iince thea we have uses it with wonderful
,_." . .. results or gripl, coullis, C.11s an1d c
solbe e sleu+hosht eis on rol-yored*PPta r al&diseases of the tlead salnd atomaoh.
atrletw of'charity. o. r grip qnd winter untarrh especial:y
This yon.g girl was under the care of it has been o great service lu the imnates
the" Sioter of Charity andil used Peruns- of this institution." .
for catarrh of the throat with good results _
a* the above letr' teetiie.. SISTERS OF CHARITT
s u a Caitholic ttuittton It n i ets .-- .--
tSat OHto oomeo ti foluewtio rt om- All Over the United Slates Use P.-
end from the Stat35 Rht pe5tort3 ru-na f r ICalarrh.
"Some years ago a friend of our inati- A recommnnond.recently received from a
tutiom recommended tb us Dr. ,lartman'a Catholic tnstitution in the Southwest reads
l'eruna as an excellent remedy for the in,. as follow.:
fluena, of which we then had several cases A 'ronil uani Mother unperior Bnays
wblch threatened to be of a serious charac- "I can testify from experience to the
tOr. erflciency of Peruna as ote of the very best
-- =. T
I, ., :,'. if
I NilS.as TIedui '.
w EtrdApi 8 10.st dMle s ul t gt Bhat w I be poden<
A mend April 28i0, at GalandvIUl; then? WHi Mu bpadmien pay the $0os
'ia., assecond-clasi matter, under At of If not, why IotP? nd If they will noI
Congress of March 3. 1879. wilin gly pay It, why should they nt
fored to do so, and that without
Pabliabed every Tuesday and. PrIdy, inaeoeinary delay? Let Alase BA
at $1.00 a year in advance. *thoItiti s collect some lnr r
so Cents for Six Montha, ad wbhe sudc feuowq. )il l
a Cents for Three Months. Cd;vi I n this n .a.o i
ness can be tole thl
kDVKaTISWNO RATS. are brought lp who eclaiw
Local Readers n brevere type, 5 ets to be law Ni ota h
a line for each Insertion. ready"!n ip --- ', We believe
Somce for display advertimeents priced that n dn o dll-nce
... on application.
S' The editor it not responsible for the
tributing to his columns.
S. ..OUTRAGE ON JUSTICE. .
S We have said it many time, *and we
here and now repeat, that the mlhaer hi
which bonds have been accepted, I ar.-
S felted and never collected in Alaehusa
county, is a damnable outrage on judiaAe.
Thin is .trog language we admit, but It
is tre, and every Intelligent man In the
county knows it Is true.
; Why abhould a criminal be ie qulied to
give bond for his appearance at coat to be
triad for an qffi against the law. If hiU
Sbondsmien are not to be required to pro-
duce h or pay the amount of the bond?
Why ave so much humbuggery? The
S number of boad that have been for-
a td in this county during the last ten
ye*W, and the extremely few that have
S be elted. hoMld bing the blush of
hie< t ieveW l chuae otin'sn cheek.I
%In' aren o known to men
dInahl weih e sMB a ay n ot camlt sand
S m Ad m ily willing to go oa hia
,3' un h few tomnde he muam v o
"a co-- -u ie Ue felw eMM4 si
Bbb:.' it he a haveM i -[ d l .
BMW folr Ad hkw I -B --.p an
s...Sd. A.u e h m -
A M qW Ofa aHitgh i
W mr or U fgoomaet -latx
B "l, ,oaf aa .
".-r -A .i I I hif"
Hj L". Well, Pryer dMa'tapperm.
-'b 2%wo dte have wiseal Sher-
to ,o rba4e5te 4114 place
hl lll h':ef and If he sncoedIs,.
tar and Grady psy.thT
him to juatice, vpeil and
;h i uoaaty should, ot be ppt
oat'a expeasM in the aUtir, and
'Poest should btgbht In o bi bonds
men shouldl be req.iled to comply with
their p.msise to pay if the a&asnd failed
In the ca of O. s nftjer, who la also
nd4er Indictmenl -- uIili.t C* the
irst National ( by eashb
pUt up) stated! o of d
the moey,. k Iwe rp-
Whena a wgjmlto bond so
hlat htle 'hela a Dgei a the tw,
be abould hM :W Wi tga q Kgod and
actamt b4 enjb" m 6eh a bond i.
1. OvU J. fan"r. editor a"d pro
pi te. of the Lavy tlme-Deocrat.
w" f the eUMit yealrds.O paid s.
eaa ecbaman s asIs e41L.wF#eir
of .,3Y7-i- US I N 9MON.--bvp.A
os-vi G- wlt ia t xt Li
su- ,--d a ea.reIWI lliii Mr
M >W t ani
These whe e .* t regular readers of
th tA are d -eag amch fan, as theyA
t L up with their beats-
Dr. J. L. Kelley has an Intoe.tlag let
ter to Democratic voters in today's lTAn.
Do not fall to read it
The _-ndldetes, Heaven bless 'eun, are
with us in lmie numbers
d t;ounder the tol-
S l of Whe Corporationshall
j.ig. Ptk o Companr with its
,puge of bidnei a *Alhfi,
So place or place' of bas u awis
sad. Thelnrl iair bUi..
nes o wLie iaaaW!d be-a geianm
meW anUlol. buanInsMiq to i3.g, holding,
uin Bd ieUia say -sld a11 kiiktdi
pesnoamls a el pr0feOtyi oaaq right,
ti sae or R*aeat rHtl
4 i tal atoc shall
M witt tUe
2m bt IA 14,44111" Umma10ia lty -now.
2N di9 l e hui h0 dtvlAmd into
sa .oe dola ech;
abven tbo nd ilo which abalt Ibe
p _yl u"p n the oyno. n of the car.
poraton mand thu reasu4dqr sham be pay-
able upOn ual of the bod. of. direelora.
, 4th. The laid eorportio.s bdal exist
*fy yea a (om the :ft* of the g.-ant ol
atn letter p0t40t to t
5th. The bulineM shall be conducted
by 4 board of thre directoae and the
Pr idsnt, Vicea epl dent, secretary and
taseler. The Ultectorm and the Pres-
dent, Vice Presdent, secretary and
r't n -s.hall be ecte*4 annually at
e meting of the s.ockholdemr to. be
held oa the second Wedoesday in Janu-
ary, XA z. 1903, ad on the second Wed-
nesday iu Januery of each sucending
yenr. Uual tie electIon, J. f, Putedh,
CtW. Sepels and J. B. payneaworlU,,
a t conatuta the Load of Dreuvtors,
antd J. ut shall be Ilrw.tdent aoa
Trs-erer and C. I. Stephen shall be
Vi.ce k"ineidt. ao d r. I. Mar.io. 4*hall
6th. The* Ahfist manot of indebted-
qMes tha 00d loeelatoU sho at any
tm a- tijep, i.e S "hall be fisten
.TO* .ai nco .poratoar hereby
balb r..Lb. follWng a.nouAiw Of
.. tl, four sharet.. $4,ooo.oc
%B. 5apt 0o 0ha.-. $5,o0o.cx
L W. i Putas".
C. W. w.musams,
J... H ARUmORmJ R.
..B 0. W. teap ,J. I.
a4ha s bsI Hcrued m rwba
Nto fagoB Aleg Sntg of IP r-
potwsoa for tb Vu pow f fofbrmin tbenw-
selvsa into 1 y d orpo.ate "for Ch uae
*ad wa l.'d oulswed and
I tn vttam wbevof I have hereunto
e my hand nd ed my oflcial eal
toirs ard day f Fabruiar A. 13. zi'o4.
W. T. RtVB,
NotaryPubllc, Mate of Pla.
(seAL.) Cowmiil.oa expires Feb z, 1os.
;ae you tried OGiddings' Hair Grower?
Others have tried it anid pronounced It
good. For ale at S. B. Oiddlngs' Drug
Stor. oalneville. eand Poatoffice Drug
Store and J. A Stephens, Hbigh Spsliin
In Stock= and are constantly receiv-
'ing ."up-to-date" Shoes for M en, .
SW..Wen and Children, at popular *
prices and ot the best makes. .
Particular attention to the Ladles
"Brcekport" and Mens "All Amer-
ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
SJ., D. Matheson,
08 ae nd1 Le erie 6 t0ie. (jaimn ville, Fit ,
F DTAU ON & O18.
F DUTTON & CO.,
Higho. price paid for n 101land1 ottoq
In Seed or Liut, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
IsomNiam ee hard 4. keep ave %ith ht
tour h Sfacill ar equatoal to dll*n1al
whether )3 o AMit to build one house or
o dnue. VeM Mw on the right road for
Sthe right bind o lumber wh en y, ucoit
our way. We d i nall kinds of lilild:
1S ing lMaterialh or t1ld and inside filaih
to complete eay dwelling, hotel, stoe or
factory. Tell a y3o~r wants. weill
do the restL
iin GAHIESVILLE PLANIN8 AND OOFFII COMPANY,
' 1'I IONK GC. .
.- A ......A ? T.
Air Line Railway
Schedule 1 effective December 7, 1903.
27 | 31 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. 54 I 34 j 66
9 351 8 30P 1 oa p Lv . Jncksonville . Ar 10 50o 7 158 5 aop
I( 15 8 55P 3 40P ... Haldwin . o10 a 6 .3a 4 2u
S46 10 45 p 5 o3P . Waldo .. 8 a 4 o4a 2 0so
l 2op 5 36P Ar. GAINESVILLE H Lv 7 141 4p
5 36p Lv I Ar 7 14 .......
. zsp Ar ..... Cedar Key. .Lv 4 5oa- ......
r 26p Lv ... Silver Springs ... . 52
1 59p 12 5' . O. .. ... I 55a 4
2 55P 2 13a . Wildwood ..... 2 233 i 56p
5 'up 7 20a Orlando 7 oop 8 25a
4 i4p 4 i1a Dadle. City . 10 a8p 1)0 37a
5 lip 5 39a .. Plant Cify . 9 23P 9 45
7 o0p ii 1a . Palmetto . 4 45P 7 423
7 28p 11 466n Manatee . 3 op 7 27
7 45 ,2 30P ... Sarasota . o.a 2 up
6 xp 6 4a .. Ar . Tampa .....L vop O
NORTH AND EAST 34 66~ WS&NWOLAti6
NORTH AN) EAST 34 66
Lv Jacksonville 9 oo 7 5op
fAr Feriianidina 10 15a 9 oop
Ar Brunswick ... .. .12 ip o 35p
Ar Savannah . i top I 5ca
Ar Fairfax . 3 09p I 446
Ar Denmark . 3 57P 2Moa
Ar Columbia . 5 3op 3 55p
Ar Caiuden . . 7 4op 5 54a
Ar Hamlet . 9 55p o 05a
Ar %\ ilmhigton . .. 12 05p
Ar Southern Pines ii 18p 9 36a
Ar Raleigh . 11 53 o 1045a
Ar Portsmouth . 8 oca 5 35P
Ar Richnionrd, Va ... 6 35a 3 lI2p
Ar I% ashington ..... 10 loa 3op
Ar Baltimore 2..... 5a 11 25P
Ar Philadelphia ..... I 36p 2 Son
Ar New York . 4 15p 6 3oa
WEST & NEW ORLEANi 56 57
Iv Jacksonville .. 3 4op 9 25a
Ar Lake City . .. 5 51 p 2o
Ar Live Oak.. . .. 6 35p 124p
Ar Madison . 7 55P i2 518P
Ar Monticello . .. 9 lOp 3 ip
Ar Tallahassee . 9 4op 3 25P
Ar Quiny ........... 4 I7P
Ar uver Junction .. ....... 5 05p
Ar Pensacola . . 10o op
Ar Mobile . .. 5
Ar New Orleians. . 7 25a
Lv Jacksonville . . H 8 up
Ar aco . . .. 3 4a
Atlanta . . 7 5oa
Chattar.ooga . . 2 oSp
Nashville . . 9 lop
St Louis . . .. 7 30a
Chicago . . 9 15a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
(Indys, front lmainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Puilman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Waalington. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboprd Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.- Leave Port Tampa 'undays, Tuesdays andl
Thursday, i:15 p. in.
A. 0. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Phla.
E. C. COlilB ticket Asent. Gainesville.
Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
r r ;. .1 a(i ct July S, 1903.
The plat of ground lying in EAST GAINES-
VILLE on Franklyn St., now 6wned by Mr. W. R. Thomas
will be cut into-good sized residence lots and sold
AT AUCTION O ASY PAYMITS
, TUESBAY, 1A 1 1, at 9:30 a, m,
TE TERMS ARE EASY
Only 25per cent p hase Price
Cash and the balance in tw o v ~ l monthly payments with interest
at the rat 8 per cent p .
This fty lies w aGitheville Hits on
East Frankljyn.Stz, just ae1 east of the Military Academy
,and City School ana in th ..i'ence C ectfon of Gaiaesille.
l TO THE' SALE.-
St uae r u 'aty 9 a.
Carriages will lease
.. ..o.i.. of the sale aui
of Charge. Bi
SLOT WILL L
..I one who
ON TODAY ONLY
Location: W. Main Street Show Gsound.
Lv P. M.
8 It .
9 45Ar .
10 00 v
Ar P. M. A
No. 4. No.
Dally. i DI
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7 lb AT
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t 1 p
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4 10 p
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IAS. R. ORAHAM, Preadet.
L. a. wqtA 0eO pIp.
J F. HILL Agnut
TAMK. The Atlantic Coast Line
POR LL BRL. RHL.~Y POINTS,
t Dupont t Dpont
h ac, o "'.u.. lH JckortJ.VMS
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed ServJ~i.
"U Largeft pC*pjilsr Price Show on Earth. Now Bigger, Better
and Grander than Aver. With all the old Favorites and a
o. t f Nww Paslues.
J Xp.inupgsm and Queens of .be Air.
U lt of Acrohats and Tumblers.
TrX Tmei f ed seated Dogs.
A ipiat, tle MMexican Knife Thrower.
.. e t M*l-& ad Ponea, Leaspers and Tum-
S '.." .. ... a .. ...
8 dB *'1f A
-W0 .I j.- Tshme abd I -t -
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Ar P. M.
Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business int This Line. Tele-
graph an$ Mail Orders Attended to
Promptly. . . ..
PIGTUR tRANMK .
ART QOObD AND UPHOI0TERY.
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
GAINESVILLE,... . FLA.
W. H. HARRIS'
7k WE i yan m