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: March 4, 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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Was In Session But Fourteen


Fennell's Actions Upheld By
Court-Attorneys Called
Down, Etc.

Court convened as usual Tuesday mnor.
ing. Thi first case called was th it,
the State VS. :'."Jn. Harrod, selling lii
nor in a dry county. The liquor selles:
attorneys having failed to induce thi
court to dismiss the jurors sauniaioned1l I,
Slieriff Pennell and al;ow them to s.1
who should be jurors, and the evidence
against the prisoner being conclusive, hi
was promptly tried and found guilty aR
The case of the S.ate vs. R. A. Beckes
imposingg of personal property upo
which a lien listed, was nol p-ossedi o
motion of State's attorney.
Court convened'Weds.Lday muorning-
the last day of the term-at 8:30 o'clock
The caae of the State vs Geo. M. Rog
.ier, selling liquor in a dry county, wa
nol pressed.
Case of the State vs. Lsham Malphui
murder, was transferred to the absente
Case of the State vs. l'eter Jones, sell
lng liquor in a dry county was called
tried, and a verdict of guilty was renldet
The greater portion of the da a wa 3 ,.
voted to the trying of some att.clnitic
cases against Williams Brother- J W '
and C. B WWtaniam-of Bell anli 'Nadel'
In each of these cases the verlict A.,
against the Messrs. Williams.
In the last Of. these Cases the jury siea
, lered a verdict late in the evening .,-w
supper-and during this late session Ifi
Honor Judger Wilts passed sentesccs ..
S. T. Moulton, selling liquor in a.1 I
county 30oo and costs or nine niontla i
county prison.
James Howard-, alias Dunc.n lH n.a-,I
selling liquor in a dry county, $2.ILo ai
costs or six months in county pris,'vi.
R. J. Johnson, selling liqu..- ',ia i al
county, $3oo end costs or nine sno itlla i
county prison.
John Johnson, selling liquor i-i a I.i
county, (he pleaded guilty) fioo a-'o
costs or four moaubs in county[, prison.
James Haywood and Joe Hurnt, Lite"
inag without breaking, and stealing front
a railroad box car, each six n.onths i
county prison.
I. V. Thomas, selling liquor in a i
county, S1oo and cotis, or tree mson:'I
in county prison.
Will Wilder, shoot!ug into a railron
train, five years in the ,.ate prison.
Peter Jones, selling lquor in, a d.
county, $3oo00 and cots or nine mso'nl.' -:
county prison, but sentence orde.-ed s'.
ended during good bilavior of defend
ant on payment of $zoo and cos;s.
Those. Harred, sellixz liquor in a d-
county, $0oo and eoa or-nine months i
county prison.
Walter Hall, selling liquor in a dr
county, $3oo said costs pr nine mon,'s i
county prison, but sentence ordered sua
ended during good behaviour of de'et
dant, on payment of Szo- and costs.
Peter and Abe Rutledge, steeling a cow
one year each il the State prison.
*Andrew JohlUo, aggravated" assault
15 or thirty days ii prison.
Red Smith, dealingg a bog, $o50 an
costa or six motUtM i.I-priom.
Messrs. 11. LIL Davi stad 8. L. Carter
two of the attor eys- for the illicit liquc
sellers, se*ernl tim spoke of th
Sheriff's dep&Iasli a manner that wa
not pleaslug to toh better element ot th
d.4 ttes wer
pet w,-ho- # $t Th, 4eputit. s
spoken t as **S"As#" etc., in a manner
that indicatlSttuat the attorneys wanted
to hold thopSUp b.tore tie court an
jury as diarepisable fetion, and un
worthy oI'be w bn they sworen again
the attorneys. lb tIger ellents. The
were called downs, however, by the cou
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Concerning Candidates Sheats and AINESVILL E Consulted With Ualnesvillo Citizens
Holloway. Yesterday Afternoon.
[CONTn'iIL.-'TI'I) S eJ CHATAUQUA Capt. W. B Denhan, general superin,.
lliaISi. oFtUR SI'P.14 I NT.NDNrlNT .'r0sI0..A i.4. U I U tentdlent; \V. J. Craig, general passenger
"I find that there is great progress lie agent, anid ~t'. I 1eah.y, division pas-
isig made in Florida alnag ealscatiol I: ise 'ger agent, all or the Atlanltic (oast
li.ses saide Inr. Blutri'lc. -and Ifielcath LUrge Crowds Attend Each of the Line railroad, were in tihe city yesterday
there is no better Slate Siperinltendentt ,f Entertainments. afternoon,and met with a large nnuimer
Schools in tlie SountL I|hIa ir. Sheals of citizens and talked over the niiaunder-
Serhaools no hen in the Soth ith lrasidoie Sa standings that have existed for several
much as has Mr. Seats it, prun.oting uni- ELLWOOD A GREAT MAGICIAN inealle people wth refeailroad people to
versal education. lie hias my unlimnittd Ginesvlle people reerece tou-
teaipect aid cosfidlence 'The conference risk rates to Gainesville, etc.
atG..iiesville lsas 5t becsrpa ed T En r'ee ueetlti war held in the oilce of
at tin her of the Stales surpassed The Entertainment Yesterday Capt. H A Ford. division superinten
any other of the States visited. The
Coalsy sperintendets of Schools ofa and Last Night-Fine dlent, and Mayor W. R. Thomas was
l-lorida are nic of ussus.al i,,telligencc 1inginlg. chairman of the meeting.
orida aetnii i efn fro intelligence Singing.Mr. Craig poke for the railroad. At
and aevjtiosi and we find roh a study of nIo h Ie great Chautauqua that opened first he seemed inclined to think :L.L sno
dio inS tlorida that more has been here in lte Tabernacle last Sunday is blame attached to hint or his people*
,done IIit Uh2,.State in ithe wav, of cn sof~it. i

ila.ion of schools and t-ansporlation of
pupils than in any other State in the
Soathi. The. significance is seen in the
tact that the most inportatit step of prog-
gress in rural educ.atious is the consolida-
tion of sclhools'anl thie transportation of
p.spils."-Dr. Wallace Buttrick, of that
(sene:al Iducational hoard, in theTime.-
LTaio.i, [Feb. 8, 1893.

n "During the continued absence of Czar
Sheats frontm allaiessee, the office boy,
perhaps, looks after the school interests
of the State "-Palatka Timues-Herald.
And during the protracted absence of
- Shelic Holloway from Gainesville, there's
. nobody, perhaps, looking after the school
- interests of Alachua county-as seems to
s have been the case for some years.-Ex-
po.ne t I.
' "It wrll take something more than thse
t Isinslalsgnouing of thie Crar Sheats' crowd to
li.an tlie listre of the record of Prof. Hol-
loutv. the people's candidate for State
. school supierlnatei ent."-Palatka Times-
- Heraldl.
tlt-ss your life, the "Sheats' crowd"
- ln't \sant tInat record dimmed. It Is
it lic other sidea that is trying to kick up a
S -lust to liahle it Holloway is not run-
Siag .as hais record; he in running from
it -anil uti. is the plain simple truth.
"lit.i.er," call on it, good friend? That
- is it stil 1inoisie the people of Alachna
Sonitty c.ll at when they think of their
I nr a it itt'- schoolss and seventy thour.-
11 sinl blll.. school debt. Exponent.
Sr,f -eIus io'loway will be the pext
l t .Sip u.iret CeLIt of Pqblic Instruc-
la..- iipa Tribune.
S -i ,- i .a StLovall "numbered among
I)l. Ilmi he.-"' lie's by no means the
1r-t n1, a ula record tllat has mistaken the
ibvimiptolmis 1,f .isi oer chargedgall bladder
fo fr lili si\e smoiiov;gs of prophetic rap-
Inr' m 't '.t trl lt 11t'lat Holllowny will carry
, a ';-l .' co,.i.sty in the State. Hisa o0 .,n
Scosuntiv, Ahachsan, a.'I give Sheats a good
as ijia; iv.- I;-:p.asenlt.
lt K JAIa I; ;OIWIN.
I "]i I Sama.. Iollowllo y's) re-elecion to
Ihe police twice i'i succession,. without op-
Sipostion, is evalenice of the esteem and
s confidence iin wIch lie is held by the
p ople of .1lac'iua coaiaty."- lake City
d Report'ir.

- Converted From Saloon Man to Law
- and Order Leaguer.
Mr. W. T. lRigby, a traveling represein-
v nativee of the W. B. Johluaon Co., whole-
d sale grocers of Jacksonv 11e, but who was
to-me.ly a resident of Cuthbe-!, Ra-i-
y dolph county, Geo.gia, was seen recently
n by the editor of the Star, and Mr. HigbyY
s- said: "WheqlW question of wet or dry
- came up in Randolph county about a's
years ago I was an arde it liquor man: I
v, believed it was best for the town of Lauth
be.t to go we., and I did all that I could
, (I even atLempted to bribe) to carry it
wet, but the drys beat us; the town and
d county went dry, and then I did all I
could to help enforce the law; we orga-
nized a Law and Order League, and when
Violators were brought before the court
Ie fqr selling liquor in a dtyr county, and
me convicted of the offense, they were fined
Re heavily. If they were convicted a second
e time the fine was double, what it was at
r first, and in some cases imprisonment was
d the penalty and no amount of money
d could pay them out."
M. And then Mr. Bigby said: "I tell you
st there are r.o blind tigers in Cuthbert, and
y there won't be any 14 any dry town if
rt judges and jurors will do their sworn
s duty. P.efore prohibition went into effect
e our circuit courts lasted from two to three
a. weeks, but now the terms last about foul
a. days---clolag our saloons reduced the
se length oF our court terms Ifrm from two
to three weeks to four days."
r U Every one who hus watched efaim In
t AlshtMa county since thb s -lo 'wer
Sloed knows jut how Qapprecl.ae what
Wpmr Dighy -y sayhot Ctihsbert-, and lasw
dp.h emnty. iX Alcbusa comty before
selss were cwosad our circuft coaRt
Wle haess i seout foW weeks each atO
1S tefln tieS eAeaD Wedeldal'y evea -
g.6- biwl-nt two sa"d oift4hlrd weekt,

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at all, but later he admitted that there
was cause for a past of the complaint
against the road, but that the cause re-
sulted from an overnight oin the part of
his chief clerk- that he, Mr. Craig. was
not directly at fault.
Dr. Strouse, Dr. J. P. McKinstry, Jr.,
and others spoke on the subject, and the
two gentlemen named were very frank in
expreasing their convictions that Gaines-
vit'e had not been treated right. Dr.
NlcKinstry called attention to the fact
ihat Gainesville had done more than had
any other town for the road, and told
how, eLc.
Mr. Craig agreed that Gaineaville
should be treated next year as well as St.
L'eersburg, and other Florida resorts.
Tbh% will be an improvement on paut
L--estmbnt and we will be glad to see it.
Everybody seemed in better humor
when the meeting adjourned than some
had seemed only a short while before,
and we trust all had pleasant dreams lost

daily increasing in splendor. Large
crowds are, attending each and every
entertainment, and the attractions are
perfectly grand.
Wednesday morning Dr. 3 R. C.Brown
delivered one of his able Bible lectaras,
and in the afternoon Mrs. Elizabeth Gill,
a famous reader aaid impersonators, enter-
tained the people in a very acceptable
manner, and was assisted by Miss Flor.
ence Scott, who perfo.-med on the harp
in a manner that delighted all who were
In the evening the Otterbein 'Male
Quatiette, said to be the best in the
United Staers, delighted the great audi-
ence with many selections,
Yesterday morning Dr. brow; again
lectured on the Bible. In the afternoon
Dr. W. X. Blacktone lectured on "The
Holy Land AsI Have Seen It," amd at
night the Otterbein Male Quartet again
gave some fine -selections, but the prin-
cipal feature on this occasion was the
wonderful feats performed by Ellwood of
Philadelphia, one of the cleverest magi-
clans living. Ellwood is a marvel; his
performances are mysterious beyond de-
scription. He entertairs; be pleases;
he mystifies. He will give his last en-
tertainment at the Tabernacle this after-
noon at 3 o'clock. Don't fail to b"lthere.

Try Pagan's market for best meats.
J. T. Stokes of LaCrosse was a business
visitor to the city Tuesday.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
Lloyd's Dye Works. July 14, t
W. C. Hague of Hague and W. A.
3trickland of Paradise were in the city
Mrs. H. C. Dqnton who visited her
mother, Mrs. McCaa, in Jacksonville for
several days returned ho.,e Tuesday.
(Jus Jerna.an has jnoved to Alachlus
and started up in the jewelry and watch
nssaklig business-success to you Gus.
0. J Farmer, editor of the Levy Times
Democrat, and candidate for the State
Senate from Levy county, was in Gaines-
ville Wednesday.
Giddings' flair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. B. oiddings, oaines.
ville, and the Postoffice Drug Mtore and J.
A. Stephens, High Springs, Pla.
A. A. McRae of Melrose, Democratic
Executive Committeeman from that pre.
cinct, was in the city Tuesday to attend a
meeting of the committee.
Hons. R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn, and
T. A. Doke of Santa Pe, were here Trues
day attending a meeting of the school
board, of which they arermembers
Mr. J. I. Griffin, a prominent cltitan of
Jonesville, and one of our valued sub-
scribers was in the city Wednesday and
renewed his subscription to the Star.
The sale of lots i Bs ast Gainevilla
Tuesday was a big success, and nest
Tuesday another sale will take place. See
auction sale advertisementin this paper.
Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton, our next
United States Senator, was In the city a
few hours Wednueday. Mr. Btocktod is
gaining friends among the people who
are or the "people" as against the cor.
Mrs, Wtil Goote, a worthy ladj of
this city, desire to inform the sibtki
that she tae in sewing, and iW be
pleased to have those having esoh work
to do, to send it l. her. She will do
good work at menoableS prices. i tr
Mrs. Helen Post, the mental scientist
who was recently convicted Ia the United
States Court at Jaekaonville for fraud*'
lent-use of the mails, hba been sentenced
to the United States peltenatlary In
Nashville, Tenn., for a period of one
year and one day.
Frank D. Howard, a popular Atlantlc
Coast Line railroad engineer, with home
and bedqsastese at High Spri0 vesAS
agreeable caller at the Star ofwce yea-I
tuesday. Mr. Howard h a *the dle a*
hon of being the Arasat a sehascrfbe
tshes Twcu.a.Was Seap. Mr C. H.
nberier,.m maS mee.m e

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it present
same fa-
ate by the
and the
ng, would
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or of that
o the rail
re not sr-
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o Gailes.
ence and
a as much
St. Peters-

A Much Loved Christian Has Passed
SThae follow iin is a parental tribute to
Annie Ray, a former resident of Archer,
One bright Suuday, June 5, 1887, our
firbt Mbab, Annie Ray, was born near
ladeaCity, l'asco county, Fla., anl died
I .- ... '. -. .. -

Politie[ lMnrouAnemcmts.
Announcements under the above head.
of reasonable length, will be published in
each and every Issue of the TwICK-A-
WsKK STAR from now until the cam-
paign la over for $5 for each announce-
ment. TnH CAsa mtist accompany tlhe
copy for each announcement. Anuounce-
nentsa at this price must not contain
snore than sTWKNTV LiNl including
head anl sBinsatre.

in I.ake Cit). Fla., Sunday Feb. 14, igag, .-- -
after a short illne of paniisalniat Clerk Circuit Court.
Thins Iegia ai nd iledt a hlriittlatl life. To telite i'ubtrnts of Alachus County:
Ileutiful, beciaube whett it little tut sie As iter Stile xItecutive Committee
gave he heart to ,ial, and so her life ts a havel'eleleail the in th of May for holding
result of that beautiful chlsii.tans charl- tPr tnrimiary l.; l. tlt, ltereby announce
I Ielf14s 11 C Itilitte for tile nlo ition of
acter, was a bcnedliction to her lIaiitily el'l., f tht .itant f orth ps Alaohua
and 4souciates. county, anitl I ,ilticit not only the vote,
She was a member of the Baptist Iut the sslnip>ri of my friends to secure
rc d it i r of the B. V. P U m ny election. If elected, I promise to
church an a member of the B. P. U. perfr the duties of the office faithfully
lihe was a student in the 9th grade, and fully. I make this promise knowing
Peabodly lligh School, Lake City, As a thoroughly what those adfttes are. They
student she was conscientious, honest, have already been learned by experience,
anti so diigent tet her ex i..nati and I trust that all D)einocratic voters
and so diligent tha tier examination may conalder my appeal in making their
marks were among the highest, and in selection.
deportment her marks were perfect. Respectfully.
That her triumphal death inmay be a MUBL H. WIlZnZOS.
benediction to her associates and others Clerk Cl Uit Ceur)$.
is our earnest prayer. As she drew near Fellow IleMiocrats of Alachun eonunty
tie portals of eternity death hIad no ter- I hereby announce myself a candidate
rors, and though h2r suffering was great for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachea
an( was borne withlbeautiful patience, and county, subject to your action in the
often her face was wreathed tu asmiles. Demiocraltc rimary. I solicit the sup
often rfe awport of all Denoeniats, sial if I ast elected
The end came peacefully and without a pronissa to disctlarge the dutles of the
struggle--"aallep itn Jesus ofce to the very beut of mny ability.
We mourn not for her as for one with- Respectfully, .
out hope. She has only gone before. -J. -AXiY DnM.
Good bye. We wUI meet again sweet herlff.
Annie Ray. To the Voters of Alachua County: 4.
Interment took place at zj:3o a ni., I hereby announce myself at candldat
Monday Peb. 5., in Lake City cemetery. for the office of Sheriff, ubor ect to the
action of the next Democratice prinIa,
The funeral was at the grave. The aer- If elected, I prosulse to dsclharge th
vice was beautifully conducted by Revs, duties of the office to the very beat of my
R. E. Shipp and C. H. Jierran of the ability, and I solicit the support of all
Methodist and Preabyterlan churches, voters at Ihej tfols.
and attended by many friends, including Z. c. .HAun,.
the children from the High School in Sheriff.
which she had been a pupil, who attended To the Democratic Voters of Aleshmw
In a body, and as a last and fitting trib County:
ute, covered the finished grave with vio- I embrace this method of expressing
lets. uy warmest appreciation for the con

The pall bearers were P. L. Tucker,
Edward Clark, A. H. Dodd, Paul Stroud,
.1. R. Black and Chas. l.amb, members of
the society B. V. P. U., of which she had
been a devoted member.
This is the saddest loss that we have
ever sustained, but nor loss la her gain,
and we humbly submit to the will of God.
"The Lord gave and the Lors has taken
away; blessed be the name of the Lord."
Lake City, Fla., Feb. 16, 1904.

A Tribute to the Memory of Clamra

knowing Clara, daughter of C. M, and Ora B,
lieve that Ray, was bora in Dade City, Pasco coun.
galast the ty, Pla., July 31, 1889, and died in Lake
Craig, the City, Fla., February o0, 1904, of pneu-
d frankly monia, only six days af'er the death of
ir he had her sister Annie.
complaint Very early in life as a result of house
common influence she became a Christian, in fact
not Jack could not remember when she was not a
sam, dur- Christian. Her cheerful disposition, with
ated thst that of her elder sslter Annie, brought
aiuly hbea light and joy to the home. She was a
t. member of the Lake City Baptist church,
cure win- and entered heartily upon the duties that
e, and 'do were hers, and had no desire to engage In
Bible con- worldly amusements. Was also a nem-
on, her of the B. Y. P. U. of Lake City. As
Atlzen ex- a student in the Peabody High School,
more for she wasdiligent and made rapid advance-
er towns, meat Her politeness anid chriatian
namd that charatter won for her many friends
ey do for among the pupils. That sweet christian
object of character had a good influence in the
ronmise of school and among associates
have not Inu the home circle her life was a ben-
In the ediction, In the absence of her father
i. from home she would take her turn with
U. are all her mother and slater in family worship.
ope they She assisted hi the naelal eupportof thy
what they church and other object, and Iave one-
tenth of what eame intd. her poslealon.
rTuams. We all were looking forward with bright
anticlpatioe a of a d ofl elde
She lad beet blamed with good health,
imnttavlr and all indication favored such hope.
lut-ona But such wai not to be.
S During aW ah calmly bore her
e to pub. et e uia -briag oue might when near
eat p .O 0 end, Ilipest much time repmting
t* o -'tof' f0firare that she had maen-
th of the orae sad iad that the tiam was too
- ps j dc ,,ug fwp bet to repeat all that sie h .
.. e n1 st a morning she tried to repeat the.
-M eso.by. n Isa-"T he Lord s ay a shepherd,"
1l1 .4t1 etc., bet balh tresagth sod .amuory
dflt 1 were an ltng, her grmadiother aeished it
episma., for her, A felw sain tes after in d'eko
SI j, w a, t m eb ol, ae calmly bresthid her
ibtih s las t I and ld aslen p Is Jesus."
si4 sq la M lnsevces wawee nda dtttidy the

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fideuce you placed in mne in 896, and
continuously from that date to this, and
sincerely trust that your confidence has
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to
the very best of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of persons or the couse-
queucesto myself. How well I have y ue
needed I leave to you to judge. I have
been encouraged to believe that myrof-
forts have received the approval of the
peaceful law-loving citfyins o our
county, or which I am truly thankfil, I
am again a candidate for the office of
Sheriff and will appreciate your support,
and promise, if reflected, to resume my
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 kslow how. Promising if elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
office again. Respectfully
L wvJtt.,

I will be a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the supn
port of the voters of this county nthe
coming primary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Representative,
I am as ever,
ITHo. If. WrunJARD.
County Suporintendent.
I hereby announce myseIf a cldidate
for the office of Super inteandemkest
Public Instruction oF Alacsha Ooiity,
subject to the action of the D o
Primary, and respectfully solleit the supW
port of all democratic voters
J. O. K acXV-.
County *1uprntondnOt.
I am a adldnttfor the eflee s Gn-
erintendent of Publfa I t of
Jabua county, subject to the _lm t of
the Democratic primary, and solialt the
support of Democratic voters. If elected
I wll favor retrenchment and the pay.
meant of the school debt.

L. KXLLrv.
County Judge.
I herby announce myself as candl-
data Wore the Democratic primary
Alashna county for reetelon to
ce of County Judge.4laviugt ltlls
honestly and imspast iy ta. uu4y
official duties In the u 4g I gY
honor to contluue to en a i
if eected, and will bewr "y m
the support of the vuW
the county. M AsO.
Tax Ass.es r,
1 respectfully announce myNU a a
candidate for the ofe of Ta Amessor of
Alahuac eouty, object to the Demo.
*8ED MI ol a ei'ed to 11ll out the
Itil trm of- ny _predeneor, 1 Iow
sgod pepe of Alachua coumity
for oPB a tthe polls
I w i oaU I nmy p ower to nai
JaitPfuland eflcetltaM and to
a perfe s set tax books each- su
O age yea. .ectfully.,
WIuLra W. CoLOo2.
ount T reasurer.
Peliow ZeIolmrat of Alachua County I
I bejrey aUsoIcu myself as a candi-,
date for reeletinsl to the oese of Coaty
Trures 1nal *Isolct the Supportoftie
ee deMt during I asPO

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Interlachen, Mla.
OuneavillW i at the Brown HoaMe,
MAirb 93th and U 4t.
High Sprin, Mamalbh a sand S. '
Lake City, Mareb-4 and .

j Mks vute notetl.
The New TrtelmwHotel o W. san.
cock Zrt les- and W. CW. Ca M *W
Siatent imUUmC to in ,-w t .p
when you b 1o Jacr i ?N
rooms, goo4 Wb far, naps.
and centrauy locatd-os i trMel
business coter. Mr. Ciampbe ib
Waldo, Alashdms unty, and It wl
ford him pl ur to treat nicely peio
from his bbmee oeaty whn they goto
When youK to Jceouville U4 wept
good faren edpolite attention at r
ble cost. InquIre for the "TtverW' Ho-
tel," and when youj to Ora Cowe
wp i "g top at U vLM ithlde s otel, ol
which Mr. lancock is alro proprietor.

Galmevll, Florida.
Opposite Brown Houae.
'Phone Ko. 97.

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Office In Mliller'. Law BHsblage.


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Home of the Orange.

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D-EVOTEnD TO T- MORA.AXL, aB0TBsxi"ss a.3n OLITICZOA..L Irz-TE lItSTS or. -a,-w OOnTTr'W ,A rL.tiATE~'


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Prom One Who Was Tl
EDITOR STAR.: Any onue uc
at the meeting between citizens
in Gainesville being accorded
vors as other towns in the Sta
Atlantic Coast Line Railway,
officers of that road, Thursday g
who read the San this morni
wonder why there was any ne
such a meeting, for the edit
paper simply "lays down" ti
road company, at which we *ar
priced in the least, and in
states that the railroad official
a circular authorizing rates ti
ville during the Bible confer
chautauqua, and promised to do
for Gainesville as they do for
barg. This would lead one not
the real facts in the case, to bel
Gainesville had no complaint as
railroad company. Yet Mr. C
General Passenge, Agent, state
during the meeting, that after
examined carefully into the c
made by Gainesville, to use a
repression, "His road was
High." Superintendent Denh
ing the meeting, voluntarily at
the citizens of Ga!nesville certs
a just right to make complain
These officials promised to se
ter tourist rates for GOanesvill
everything to make the future I
ference and chautauqua a succe
I do not believe that any c
pets the railroads to do say
Galueaville than they do for oth
bu t we have a just right to den
they do as a uch for.us s tb
other towns, and that was the
the meeting, and we have the p
it-something we apparently
previously enjoyed-iepdallyy
matter of passenger rate service
The officials of the A, C.
pleasant gentlemes, and we h
will set abshout at once to seemr
promised at this meeting.
Ova WaN WAS 1

The editor of the Swt Is ab
having to "tiqa downm" amII
that am sent to him foe publi
lasmt tbeeaoa he would met h
Hab everythig his. (toad j,
MaHe, bnt bauase U Is 0impei
so. We cannot pub"lsh b 4m
mtMt 'm a t in utid di Mr
time, and if we 4bOld p'
friend and not for al*, e
find onawelf In rightOW. 1b014 111
a mighty bad Ad. We a notl
psd for politicalamstteriato tr
It we publish a letwt houipg
date, we ae thmen beoud to
muds for ae ou ".r i It 0*

reqmueatd to do eX. W t6e
their e"a p iim n pytms
hOpe c ls hpy b hS pWtI



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Russians Announce Tha, hey Will N''
er Surrender Port Arthur; .

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a afSW -PPg W41spatS4h-t from
m ID The Iait *ttle off
I-lbuthr ft- JaPjiM.e' Victory.
t 10 o'lock. in the morning the
leet, composed of fifteen bat.
t" mad cruisers, under MsandM
.nrM To, appeared The forts
S eat lorImg'ras, but the fleet
i Wpa without notice tin within
yirAd eae-. and, then beg"a a
wtat which as rntirus and

itlan cruisers Askold, Ba7ya
*,a dqovik. with four torpedo boats.,
awe IS n the outer channel. They
SSteamed out of the fire Ione of the
S.. ort ad replied to the Japanese fire.
. :-The Retvlsan also took part,
Toge's fleet steamed slowly in con-
setrio circles, the ships in perfect
Sliglmenot as If on a magnificent pa-
r.de. The guns were splendidly serv-
e and did much damage to the forts
lod town.
One R"Oa gUdt* ildi boat. wr sunk
""lo T. e nler Askol in a
ce. 4Jls .odioq, retired to the bar-
,.I Tis ateamned out to her asslt-
-'S.,The Novik and RetviMan was

ytofl'l.1 Th1e other torpedo bfthi
b11 tbeb imkground.
i he forts 'ha '$Toe ttns f41ttSeed,
tbe aapsfte (ta' t00 *W e.
Q.. q 0.p 1 ell strudk a$4 Ia
4 '4 AJunks, blowing t t

shells fell Just short of the
'rilkinl the mud wall cur-


imrWi n about 18:10 at*Ae
II^-SUpOI wtch. No She
St llMed -l*h iMlcdent, though the
allI emred iantb lUber-laden cars.
S .lio af.tlblI n has been r-

S lf Wt Supplies

Io 11ig agent for the depart-
jgUtI is aske4 tor of the
g I)Sed, will


Diseusiiai the .tt~ae of China,
The 8vi t (t. 'Petraburg newspaper)
says it '06tld0 Ons is sa secret ally
of Japan, and that like Amerioa and
tetkt Britsain, she will do everrthiln
posabhle to injure HtulIs. Thp lvlt
Rutlbiat*,itbhat Uhina eventually wilt
become an qpen enemy, and s*a the
Russian authoritles In the Far .Mast
are already taking precautionary meas-
ures to ward off any sudden attack on
the part of the Chinese.

Die Zeit (Vienna paper publishes a
St. Petersburg dispatch mentioning the
rumor that the emperor of Russia de-
sires to go to the Far east against the
wish of General Ruropatkin. The ru-
mor is eonflrmed by an exalted mili-
tary authority, who declared the em.
peror is unltous to alsiialn the tradi-
tions of ila predeaeasaor, and Is cown
vinced of hie own mlltary capacity.
He a desirous t encouraging the
troops and check by als presence the
dissetloae among the chief ofl*Ie.
United States Minleter Alien cabled
the atats department trom Ieoul that
in puMaltf e, of a.i arigeeent he
baa seaM ?I *tS Japagmese minister
a sptuming tranaport, W~i binsg Amer.
jeoaus f.ro Pp*g-Yang, a point In
3fforthwest .Kopre,nm a the border of
Manchurta. The Ameripeans in seool
and viotnity have already been sent to
the Ptlllppnes. .


1Negar Gua" at White Hbues Wreught
ti Up 1q ongreeilehnt beate ..
SDuring .he eP = i0erUon of the DIe*
triot at dolia al pqproprIation bHil lM
the houqe Monda, Mr. Scett, of aSOn-
$ .. atde the dolraton that a negro
ie:. at the white house with
l"vela .d. -The statement
Spesreome by Mr.
% at the wait
bouee p ,,d he had newel
he* 4 6Mt, and when the
ROe g oMr. Bcott said It


Csneloai 4 g4 Pesec Away ot
ede .$4*s. rIs#asehvilse.

'' Comr

by Ganes.i Little 1 ,k. Ar., had a
M.0oo warehouse SIe.
--.he senate spt the greater part
of Wednesday d1e5@tlSg. an smellS
meat to the agrVltterta apppre t.a-
Uetn bill, strakinig ot te0 s ame pro.
vldoa giving t uthetty to -tm ent
tar ot agft"ettumre to tuspeet' imp"t
Sfo products. whs, fahoma.ed or


Pug IMPbIeV g

BBBll BfnuAl&auai i




landant of Garrison Filrst, t Land Battle
rIs Deflanoe at Ene- I a Decisive
ties--Question of Vj ry for the
National Honor. Japanese.
-- -- '. +.*44 .
ssoclateo Press dispatch from',. Advices of Monday from"s'Chee FbO
thur, ter Moaday date, state that thp Scrat lant qosioma be.
Qeafral Stoessel comaioder teen Ialslans and Japans. ooeour-.
arrlson here,Ju lsaped a gen- tred Sunday north of Ping tean. When
ier jIe tt. attentionn of the Twenty-anlth Japana. -. .atry
to the fact met a atrong.w fetrw ati isft e.vsai-
6;XWD g o to lau Bn4 am..mand put thte to lt. '
W fortre. The-ewao g e-' kThe Japanee L e4.t it=iot m6,
he Japanese eonsl4er the iel ..the Ruis ttns 1I*-et-gt .at oa
t Atr p be. *a qesat ,Ofot the main a ,$ An i been fr s me
I eor and' frm their obsttn- days oconpyf, pi g: Yag ,whieh is
oks and bombardmouts of)l way- btsi-elet, sad the Talwt.
and 64' he cat only coancude the reiPlt'* "W tkered to ad-
i enemy will make every effo GOle B l1*' qtjdlag and had pro-
wr 0,e fortress, falling whiob. -ceeoded Os i few plles -north of
aen0e will destroy tbe railroad Pin;. Tiag when it encountered the
WO, t Rss la cavalry.
however, proceeds the 1 The firing began at a range of 1.700
orderm, "I mistaken. Our yards and was very sharp for a time.
know thb asilitants are The Cossacks seemed to oe preparnlK
hIgforme by me tIa't we will .. to charge when the Japmanese son,
d. We must'llght to'the Sflpne. manner ordered up Afield gun, which
o commandant, wfl never give 'quickly opened on the R lUsla G
or to surrender. I bring this After a few shell; ,- tlIe Riusact
notice of the less caring anJ 'troje and fled Nt snome di d dero
all to become convinced of the .Twenty Russians were killed an '
y of fighting to the .dath.' blte that number wounded by the
who Iqve.ithu lt, l ;Wl apAe shells. The JApanese. sut-
M *MW AY tpred no epualtis. .
I as aft oft escape except by mirent dofnrmitlon of the. ;.ho.
The'. ele p th from $akedate that V18ad s.
iatI S hL Daioy Telegraph b aloiaM9ed by t.eJsaptS4 W a1* a-
*is ,sTin lRow, .qatsed Feb. 'not 'be -.ebta. ,It Ptmblt*V1s o
* .Y ufltaip jA'aP'f idu"- W_ nesfe
4ruy bombarded Port Apr ftdp0 iIt w s d stot mrob-
tn 16 until 1 o'clock fb 4ltbeJ s landing op
rVNM Ruassan cruisfl KO.QJ a 'is o-ea tam Russian war-
'9*WaPn, aecompa ^hlp -to the north wer W4 conusait me-
we heats. steamed 01 doi"MdS ahd blocttdink them would be
*4tMt5k. They were, however. the moit effective means of eouring
Sretirs. 'The Askold 5wag in p a.4os-intirtsnce. Furthermore. It 1I
Scondlft oa. The Novik wa w0rtb of note that for more than one
lM an ad t.rped -boat wa4 week no word has been allowed to
uessima battle siap Ret' optne from Vladivostook, and this l.S
E agal 4aiaged. 'the Jap liasef seems strong presumptive evTI
ftheWr iapgood order." dence that important events are trans-
S1. pirlng.

An A
SPrt Ar
oth' g
6W ord


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Fj.. '-'., ..

,.-Ae turner of @overner. YVl
maB, ix kissistippi, to iqtdqyiteq to
save Albert Baidwil, a a g.ro de

er., te hand of a ps prre

-Pelie 4dge. Ta~fn t hat

0117 by 1164 a04" an bars
sad forb in 165) theon.
-4mpay -t 4bOd tol4-, aad about all
the itate lo 4 Norna Qaroalis
asm opje* to e saonstent of a
reoeer for the AtlsntUo and North
Parolnao railroad-
S.-Ina pubi letter, bo kher T. Wash-
lutow ealls for a ,eraade against
lyIrafls, which he latas are bn the
re a s e ., ,
-40fraor Jenslass, of Florida, hag
IMsued aew challenge to senator Ta3l-
un0ergo for a series of Joint debates.
-Kr. and Mrs. John W. Harison,
of New York, reached Augusta, Ga.,
Sunday o 'thir way to Atlanta, mak
Ing the Journey fri6m the metropolis
In a one-horse wagon.
-The University of Georgia an-
nounces its commencement program
for the present year. The first class
graduated there -In 104. -
-William 5. Dian.els, W'shilngtor
gorreaponduat of The St. Louis Repub-
Ric, was fpunI dead in his room at the
federal aspital Sunday. Gas hiad es-
caped through S hole -ila thpipe.
&-Tie senate will conSider the naval
4ad army appropriation bills durlnr
the week, .and will also begin the
Stnoet investigatsea.
.*--Tlifrteen peraons met death is a
burdins steamer aIn Polte water.
Passenger ad 'orew were helpless it
preantth-b disaster.
-*Mulheastsa of exhibits to the fit.
$imfs ea itito, ths tfar, exceed
S of the 'ChIofae epoeltUog It

-An eye witness iom Port Artlpur
bho saw the latest naval engageeopt
between the Japnete sad *.Ruslqanuf
reports that manOy Japonese were
isther killed or drowned when JapanU
ese stnaiden veasiels were su k.
-Cuban elections Sunday passed
off quietly. Not a single disturbance
reported on any part of the Island.
-Colonel J. H. still, In an lnthr-
view, stands by two-term rule of the
Georgia democracy concerning the
-Hall county, Ga., farmers and fruit
growers are looking forward to an a- ex
cellent crop year as the result Of the
steady and continued cold weather
during February.
-1. W. Turner and 6-year-old son
were killed, his wife and 3-year-old son
seriously hurt, &ad 11-1onths old
baby s lightly lnJured by an Atlanta,
Knoxville and Northern train at Ms.
rietta, CIa
-Despite the need of labor In North
Carolina It Is said that a great many
negroes wll leave the state for the
north this year In searoa of better
-The Mississippi house defeated the
amendment to the state anti-trust law,
which sought to allow the Southwest-
era Tariff Association In the state.
-A determined fight Is being made
on the bill in the Mississippi legiala.
ture for the election of judges by the
people. If the amendment to the con-
stitutlon it ratified It ili sot end the
-PIre at Rochester, W. Y:, Friday
caused a loss of between four and fire
--Pres@dent Rooaevelt has signed
the proelamatjen putting the Panama
treaty into etect,
-The Jaty in the postal tial at
Washinaton found Machen, Loreas
aid the two Groes guilty Indicted.
-The approach of (he Cuban elec-
tips was Marked by trouble at many
places. To prevent ttunble the mayor
of Havana ordered the carnIval festlv-
tles to be suspended Sunday.
-The MisshIssippi house coatmmitte
.on corporations has reported adverse-
ly on the Byrd bill, which seeks to
free all foreign corporations to get
4sslesippi charters before doing busl-
n- l a te tate.
-Mauch Interest sla felt nla Alabama
over ehartgs that Captain Hobso. la is
Ineligible ta a pfldidate for congress
beaae b his failure to register.
--r a large wete the Milssialpl
house turned dona a res"utoet Invit
.tng. ePeuida Olevelset to address
the legislature ;
-.At New Deester, Ala.. Wednesday.
as entire b1sslees Slefk was wiped oat


Over Allege4 Prq-Japanese
Feeling Shown In America.

Fued O$WstC White Man and
Dynamite Deposes Negro,


To be Held on Tweotiert Day

of April Next.


The State smiuv OMensMe *teets
Is Atlnt ad Vljs Optes..-Froe.
9eedn" -Weep atlrely
*lo .
The Georgia da6o4erte' primary 2a
to be held ths ye WOednedayg Aprlt
ROtb, while the e stat ooatle con-
ventlei Will meet la Atlant on Wed-
neaday, June 1st. These dates were
agreed uon by the state democratic
executive committee at the meeting
held Monday In Atlanta.
There was but little opposition to
the dates, though there was an effort
to have the day named for the primary
IU May. This effort was killed by a
large vote of the committee. The
meeting w practically without ncl.-
dent, further than the speech of Judge
Spencer R. Atkinson and Speaker of
the House Newton A. Morris over a
resolution introduced by Mr. Morris,
calling for a primary to be held on
The resolution was lost ,and as een,
the primary will be held on Wednes-
The resolutib which brought on the
fight was as follows:
"Resolved, That in order to give the
farming class of people a better oppor-
tunlty to cast their ballots, that the
day on which the state primary.shall
be held shall be on Saturday."
As soon as the resolution was intro-
duced Mr. Stone, of Walton county,
moved to strike Saturday and substi-.
tuate Thursday. He was followed by
ion. Clark Howell, who contendq4l
that to hold the primary on Saturday
would deprive a large element of the
Jewish population of theor chance to
ote. Judge Spencer R. Atkinson
spoke at length, saying the precedent
would be bad, sa hundreds of demo-
crat would .be dlsfranchised and the
democrats of Meorga should never do
The committee took a recess while
the subcommittee was in session.
When the committee returned the reso
olutions were promptly adopted as a
whole. The rules for the primary preo
scribe that there shall be a state tick-
et, that the state house officers be as.
sensed $50 for the expense of the pri-
mary and that no county shall have
authority to charge the candidates for
state house offices any more money tor
campaign expenses, that any candi-
date who buys votes or aids in the
buying of votes cannot be nominated.
The irule further prescribe that dele-
gates shall be elected to a state con-
vention, said delegates to be chosen
from the supporters of the winning
candidates, who are nominated by the
state convention.
All white voters who will subscribe
to the oath to support the democratic
nominee will be allowed. The rules
are practically the same as those
which have been adopted In years past.
except the provision that statehouse
officers are to be assessed only 550 for
the expenses of the primary and that
no votes can be purchased by any can-
Hon. Warner Hill moved that the
date of the primary be fixed for April
10th, which Is Wednesday. A. G. Ston ),
ot Walton, moved to fix the date on
Tuesday, May S. 8. T. Wingfeld. of
Uatenton, moved -to fix the date on
When he was Informed that April
S3 wae Memorial Day in Georgia, he
withdrew his motion. Mr. Stone's mo-
tion wAs a substitute for the motion
of Mr. HIlL It was therefore voted on
Brat Beiore the vote was taken Mr.
Stone explained that It was a day that
would sult the farmers. Mr. Hut con-
tended that It would not for the rea-
'se that the farmers would have to
be attending county saib on Tuesday,
May 8. that being the legal sale day,
sad would be detracted from their
the subtIUtut was lost by a big
ote. Mr. HiI' motion that the pri-
mary be fixed for Apri 10, was then
put and unanlmously carried.
Jldge Hamilton MeWbherter moved
that the coareatUn be called to meet
at the state capital In the hall of the
house of repreeefatUves for Wednee-
day. Jine 1. It was unaimously ar-
ried. Steh county la entitled to twice
a mansy deleIgates to the state con-
venton as -it has representative in

Ie Previsien of IIIt Introduced In the
Senate by QlNGIIuger.
Senator Gallinger had ltraduced a
bill Inareaslg the salariee of the ex-
ecutva oelers of tMe government and
elo of the senators aM4 members nt
the ensoe of regsmetaUtves. The
01.- f the 0 followtg scale:
reMidet 71.0*0; vise present,
ti.oe; speaker of at e hoase. tX0e;
Un1b rs at the Ofe et. $s.ooe 0 eah;
S rs ,an.d memamb o.0 tie ehoue,


tT 'ui rin et u

1M f
l' ",.lV l0me liy Amhstllitd
FltS e t P *. Arthur.
,.4. gampalga IInOrer.

An A, .6ated Pre. dispatch from
.Ch Pg slaiys. Although only meager
addthon's details have been received
Of the furioa Japanese attack on Port
Arthurl Monda, all accounts agree
that the rest was a brilliant success
for the Jaianese fleet
The net result of the action for the
Japanese itess to be that the Russiaa
oruiser Astold was Jorced to retire la
% itIcnng condition, the R1ulsisn
cruiser Norik was badly damaged, the
Ruslan battle ship Retvissn already
disabled by the Japanese torpedo at-
tack, was further damaged and prob-
ably destroyed, and a Russian torpedo
boat was unk.
When the crippled condition of, the
Russian fleet, owing to the torpedo at-
tack early In the war, is considered, it
follows that Monday's engagement
practically destroyed the Russian
squadron at Port Arthur. Hereafter
the Russians must depend on the guns
of the forts to repel the attacks of
the Japanese.
The Japanese general staff has left
Toklo for Korea, and it is expected
that a forward movement of the Jap-
anese army will be ordered, with the
object of drawing the Russians across
the Yalu.
Advices received at Che rFoo Indi-
cate that a majority of the Russian
olfcers favor the abandonment of Man-
churia and a retrograde movement to
the line of the Amur. It is understood
that Qeneral Kuropatkin favors a re-
trograde movement, but Viceroy Alex-
left opposes.


Strange Negro Shot Full of Holes by
Lynchers in South Carolina.
A dispatch from Columbla, B. C.,
says: South Carolina has Just had
another lynching, the story of which
makes one of the most remarkable
sad unique chapters In the criminal
history of the state.
.On Saturday morning last a strange
negro, giving In turn the names of
Richard Johnson, John Brown and Joe
Swinson, arrived in the town of Holly
Hll. Berkeley county, and made his
appearance upon the streets. He was
In & turbulent humor and told the
tow" marshal that "strange niggers
sometimes kill buckra."
As the day wore on the negro be-
came very obstreperous and was final-
ly arrested for disorderly conduct He
was so violent after his arrest that it
became necessary In ofder to subdue
him to handcuff him and tie him se-
clrely with ropes after he was placed
In the town calaboose.
The authorities thought no moie of
the matter until Sunday. when the
dead body of the .negro was found in
a vacant tenant house some distance
from the town, the body having seven
bullet holes in it, silting erect by the
side of the wall, still wearing the hand-
-The story of what happened to the
prisoner after he had been placed in
the calaboose is, perhaps, told In his
own words through the tips of another
negro living near the house in which
bo was found, to whom he talked at an
early hour Sunday morning.
"In the night white men came anu
took me out and down the rallroa.1
near the culvert; shot me and threw
me In the ditch for dead, but I wasn't
dead; I got up and come here."
As he was still handcuffed, the party
appealed to was afraid to give him
shelter, but directed ham to a vacant
house where he could spend the night.

Examlnor Finds Alleged Shortage of
*11,500 in His Accounts.
Governor Heyward, of both aro-
lina,'tnas suspended County Treasurer
N. B. flFee, of Baruwell county, on ac-
count of an alleged shortage of $11,.
500 In his accounts. Mr. Free is the
son of the late county treasurer of
Barnwell county, who died a couple of
years ago, leaving his accounts sbbrt
several thousand dollars. It is not
known In which of the accounts of
the office the shortage has occurred.

Springs Sult Against Feudist. for the
Assassination of Her Husband.
At Winchester, Ky., Mrs. Arabella
Marcum, for herself and children, asd
by her attorney has just flied suit in
the Clark circuit court against James
Hargis Alex Hargts,. d Callahan antd
B. r. reach for $100,.00. She alleges
In her petition that the defendants en-

Vloksburg Ineldent is Taken by Rus.
glan People 8a Proof of Our En-
mlty.-4ovenment, How-
ever, is Non-Committal.

A B. Petersburg special says: The
news that the United States had as-
seated to the extension of the Pacific
cable to Japan with the reasons thera-
for assigned in dispatches from Wash-
ington, still further aggravated by the
popular belief that the United States
Is siding with Japan against Russia.
The few Americans in St. Petersburg
have all remarked on the changed de-
meanor of their Russian friends. For-
merly they were treated with the
greatest cordiality, but now the Rus-
sians greet them with the question:
"Is America our secret enemy and
shall wq have to fight her also before
the war comes to an end "
How deeply the Russians are wound-
ed by the belief, which is destined un-
less checked, soon to become a convic-
tion that America has scored her old
friend and is how playing a hostile
part, is shown by the severance of
personal ties. The Russians feel ag-
grieved at all Americans since the re,
ported action of the commander of
the United States gunboat Vicksburg
at Chemulpo, in refusing to rescue or
take aboard Russian marleas from
sinking biattleships.
The attitude of the United States
Is a subject of constant discussion,
even In the highest circles in St. Pe-
tersburg ,where, with the greatest re-
gret, the fear Is expressed that the
two countries, wAthout excuse, so far
as Russia Is concerned, seem to be
drifting apart. The recently reported
cancellation of American contracts In
Russia Inalcates how resentment of
America's supposed hostility has in-
vaded business affairs. Popular feel-
ing is to be attributed largely to Rn-.
sian newspapers which have suddenly
turned their attacks from Great Brit-
ain to the United States and have sels-
ed every rumor to give the worst pos-
sible Interpretation of It.
Without waiting for an explanation,
which, it is apparent from the latest
dispatches received from Washington,
may put another complexion on the
Vicksburg Incident, the. columns of the
press for days past have been full of
excited comment based on the original
version of the affair. In spite of the
state of popular opinion, the govern-
ment, ft can be asserted, places the
highest value on American friendship,
and, although the course of American
diplomacy Is at times privately view-
ed askance, officially, the czar assumes
that the American attitude has been
strictly correct. The slightest disposi-
tion ro question Its acts Is not mani-
At tLa foreign office Friday, the As.
seclated Press was Informed that the
government knew nothing officially of
the Vicksburg incident, and that it had
not Instructed Count Cassli%. ambassa-
dor at Washington, to ask for an ex-
planation. It was. however, said to
be possible that the ambassador bhd
courteously Inquired as to the truth of
the Vicksburg reports without having
had specific Instructions.
Regirdlng the reports of the cable
to Japan, the government la also with-
out official advices and the impression
left with the representative ot the As-
sociated Press, after speaking of the
affair, was that even were these re-
ports true, Russia would not necessas
rflly regard the running of this cable
ae a breach of neutrality.

Nine HIts In Ten Minutes.
At Manills the battle ship Wisconsin
has beaten the world's record with Il-
Inch guns, Its expert gunners having
made nine bull's eyes out of ten shets
ured within ten minutes.


Prepratlon en Feeoot to Drive Czar's
Forces from Manchuria.
An Associated Press dispatch from
Toklo says: Japan has egun the
forward movement which, she hopes,
will result In the fall of Port Arthur
and In driving the Russians out of
The Japanese general staff, which
has planned the campaign and which
will have supreme control of the oper-
ations in the field, left Tuesday for
Chemulpo, Korea, whence the officers
will proceed to Seoul and points tn'
northern Korea to direct the move-
ments of the asry.



the legItltare.
*A"*&l Oe*t Weht by T"rem Vets
Oadts oosuat sows tht the Aat-
. -pemblbtiasts carried the election ln
itehell county. a. Saturday, by ten


optember Dte fer Cnfedrert* es-
olen Has IeenReeekieorl e. .
The date ftr the Usttd Coneaereate
VferaMeW renant, to be*t held to fsh-
v111. whie had beta at ftr Seeam
br. hes been reeoauldeed ead the
mater neferred to the eonsmasdeC In
hE0f "ad the deAmeant ommander.
0 t e *Su isof stae 14,
p dta dat e;" Is a teepable tc

ag,,, ,. ss.,, ovam-

White Otie. Holder Forced to Resiln
While Suldinlg .Ued by the Col.
ored Mant Was Blown
to Atoms.

A Wasashlntoo dispatch says: Post,
masterA .'Paruell, of Juncton, U.n-
ion county, ArkanSas, has realgned
his office and his letter to the post.
master r general says the action Is due
to a political feud, to escape which he
la going to leave the state. His letter
"I beg to tender to you my resigns.
Uion as postmaster at Junction. Ark,
and return herewith all papers sent
since my recent confirmation. My rea-
sons for resigning are that my family
have become mixed up in what aIs
known In this county as the Paraeli.
Tucker feud. This is a political feud
and as four members of our farmly
have been assassinated with-in the lat
fifteen months, I feel that it Is clear.
ly my duty to my family and friends
that I leave the state. I hope the de
apartment will relieve me at the eali-
est possible moment."
A spclal from Little Rock says: The
resignation of Postmaster E. S. Par-
nell, of Junction, was made known
to the republican state executive com-
mittee of Arkansas some time since,
and at a meeting of the executive
committee here on February 20, C. I,.
Jones was recommended for appoint-
ment at his successor.
Former Postmaster Parnell is said
to have moved to Oklahoma, where he
has a brother. The latter recently re-
sisted a requisition from the governor
of Arkansas on a charge of embezzle-
ment alleged to have been committed
in Union county, Arkaisas. Upon a
hearing the governor of Oklahoma to-
fused to honor the requisition. It was
allegeA that It would Be unsafe for
Parnell to return to Union county, Ar-
The Tucker-Parflell feud had its ori-
gin at El Dorado. Guy B. Tucker, then
city marshal, headed the faction op.
posing the Parnells. In a street fight
several of the Parnells were slain.
Tucker was' wounded and Constable
Hearing was killed.
A few months later Tucker killed
another one of the Parnelle. He has
not yet been tried on that charge. Fol-
lowing these events Tucker resigned
as city marshal and announced h.s de-
termination to leave Union county. All
the parties to the feud are white men.
This Office Dynamited.
Because of his objection to the negro
postmaster of Humphreys, in Arkansas
county, who, it is said, was appointed
notwithstanding the protests of a great
majority of the white citizens, the post-
office building there was dynamited
and completely destroyed early Mon-
day morning by unidentified person.
Great excitement prevails in the dis-
The postmaster before the present
one was a negro named Toms. While
he was in office general dissatisfaction
was freely expressed. Tome was
convicted of robbing the registered
malls and sentenced to serve a term in
the penitentiary. When the present
postmaster was appointed, after a
time, dissatisfaction was again voiced.
The demolition of the postoffice i
thought to have been the result. The
postmaster was not in the building at
the time.
So powerful was the force of the
explosion that the office was blown
to pieces ,and a deep hole now marks
the site. It is stated that but little
mall was in the office at the. time and
practically no money or valuable pack-

Rebels Seise American oeat
United States Minister Powell. at
San Domingo, has been Informed that
the insurgents at San Pedro de Lar.
corls, have selsed the tugboat Purro,
belonging to the Clyde line, of New
York, and armed ffbr.

Delsgates at County Convention Es-
cape Opponents in Unique Manner.
The democratic county convention,
which met Tuesday at Clayton, MIas
sourt, to select delegates to the con
ventlon for the nopculnat.a for the
office of governor and. state offcel.
ended In a row apd a.aptUr the Lol
delegates, to escape their opponents.
Jumping from tha' windows of the
court house, where the covreatilon
was held.
Uventus~ly tb.e oploslug delegates
met and elected delegate, while the
adherents of Joseph poI decided to
meet later In the week.

tered Into a conspiracy with Curtis
Jett and Tom White to murder her
hubwmad, the late J. MarcmuzL Cal-
loaan was formerly sherift of Breathitt
county. Jett and White are now in jali
at Louisville.


*.Deelelen Reaohed at Cabinet Meetling
to Reweik Orde..
It has been decided at the cabinet
eating that troops ehan aot be seat
to tate *lethmus of anam, sans a
Washinaton dispetch.
Preparatory onderW. that had been
efte&t to the Thilrd ntabtfl to I*
for asrrlces e are bee
marines wm eoiatlm to rd t
tereets the UnitVed aS




They Difscu the GoorXu tIFelifl
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In ule
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.e.gseaue^ thWe unfillug reliability of eDoa's Kidaey
r-iaw't-t--m foelr 3aaekaoke, Kidney, Bladdgr and Urinary Dls.
"u urihto woa'bhy moother Proprietary Kedicine. Poar eases cited
iEN eiestp of WjPraetlee,' sp y Dr. Loland WUltamseon, of Yorktown, Ark.
S-*;, n r.JL A w,.

aTown, aux., mar. a, 1w0.
~Fo Bpp OP., Ruiralo., N. T.
(p, ,01agag g--T hIal beea engaged in the practice of medicine In tils see-
tg~ILop. teoa years. This is a very sickly climate, on the Bayou Bartholomew.
nea tI Atkltumas lvaer. It is particularly malarious and miasmatic; we
Meet with many and various abnormal condUions of the human family.
proleateat among tbe ases In which I have been called upon to prescribe is
M./ .J ,,1i. jRuy of9 these disorders manifest themselves by pains in the
tic g other parts. of the body; sometimes headache Is
SurIl c or chronic uric seid poisoning, soreness in region
f ked and foul-smelling urine, discharges of pus or
corruptijon; Inflammation of the kidneys, extending to the bladder, is caused
by exests of uric al4 andt decomposition of the urine. Hemorrhage sla some-
times met with, eanMed6 by high state of inflammation or congestion.
There Is no class of diseases a doctor Is called oftener to treai than the
* variety of kidney diseases, In many of which the patient will have chills or
rigors, followed by fever; a result of the: kidneys falling to, eliminate the uric
said poison from the system. Sucb cas.e. require the kidneys restored to
tieir natural functions, then the poison diud foreign substances are removed-
S. hock to the nervous system averted and natural health restored.,
IhbaYe, for some time.: been using Doar's Kidney Pills in these many
maonifstatiom s and with uniform success, curing most cases.- I can further
say that even in hopeless cases where they have waited too long, Doan's
Kidney Pills afford much relief and prolong life. I can recommend the pills
In conditions of 'excessive or deficient secretion of urine,' as aleo in conva--
lescence from swamp-fever and malarial attacks, as verified, by the following
ea see In my practice. .

SCA8E 1. -
Tr os.; Oa Lt, Bear, Ark., age 60.
Pain in--back for several weeks,
then hills, irregular sometimes,
sev )#- rigors followed by fever.
GaVe good purgative o calonel and .
S" padoph, 'and Doan's Kidney Pills.
After' taking four boxes of the pills,
Patient up and enjoyinkgood health
for 'one of is age.

Baowy EAXS, Wynne, Ark,, age
21." Had severe case of malaria
hoemataria or swamp fever. Gare
necessary liver medicine, calomel
and padoph, and morplh.-sulph.,.to
relieve pain, and ordered Doan's
Pills for the high state of congea.-
tion and inflammation of the kid-
neys. Recovery resulted in two
we ks -Prmster... iho d ,.-- : ----

CASE S. Pills, to be continued until the kid.
-tr. SMITH Tarry Ark .," neys were thoroughly strengthened
-20. tl o. f, f.our children. Had and all pain in back subsided.
female complaint and kidney CASE 4.
trouble, manife4t by pain in back A .
and urine irregular; sometimes very ELIJAH ELLIOTT, Tarry., Ark.
clear, charining to cloudy, and wih age 34. Pain in back and legs and
much setdiiment : on standing in ,headache. Uric-acid poisoning. Pre-
chamber., Gave local treatment for scribed Doan's Kidney Pills After
aenfmle eomiplaint and prescribed taking several boxes pain subsided '
D-oan.' Pills after using six boxes -urine became normal, or natural.
ashe regard. herself as cured, and patient able toresqmehi work.
These are a few of .th typical cases in which I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills. In, a grouat many instances I. use them. alone with curative results,
while Olith some oihers indicated .reloodles are associated.
believe that by the judicious use of Doan's Pills many serious cormpll.
catlonsrare arrested and imany hopeless and Incurable cases of Bright's disease
I have often found that one box of the pills 1s all that Iis required to effect
a cure biut In t ome canes I continue their use until all symptoms are entirely
absent and tle care-pffectual and perinaitent. Yours truly,.
IA itia of WOmeTt Kxidniy and
a~dder l 0r1& 116-b6 Oltalue(l br ad
at) cunta ^x&i, box t ot-r l your drugg '
Sd wtl- nt y it. chart TORITOWn. Alx.
prep&ai, ouxrpolpt of price. .. .

for tiH DEsT durn sixty-sevens
.f$ ar of ncreasin sleW1 .
Ifour dealer willnt uppy when you write for
free ctaloe black or yellow wok fo er-

roof oiled coAtS slicker,. units. hats. and
ore goods for all kinds of wet work.
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Avery & Company
8uccessolts -I-o .
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prompt fttoffw isla, C,
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Steam oyrane.m FuI li I
Mill iUpplielh. Bond for'free

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sISO csi.aVill

Said the rooster in the barnyard
To the rooster on the yarTe;
"I'm a mighty knowing .-fejlw
At predicting when 'twill rain.
"For I cast my eye upon you
And obaervd which way It blows,
Then I rouse the farmer's family
WiVth my most sagacious crows."
So. to gain a reputation.
And to quaff of fortune's cup.
You will find the plan a good one-
Have a friend that's higher up.
-Elaluo MacLandburgh Wilson, In

"I should thinkk" sali Mr. Flighty,
"that the criti-lsins your husband re-
ceives on ils looks would fairly make
him smart."
Mrs. Writealong smiled sadly.
"Yes." she replied. "'I gues they do,
but they don't make him smarter!"-
Cincinnati Times-Star.

Cholly Lateboy-Do you know. Miss
Sharp, that music qutle carries me
Miss Sharp-Why. Isn't that lovely
Do let me play something for you!-
Ohlcago News

s supplied
er-n MIlls,
tent Dogs,

sCatalogue. im e -l'pu0-
Mia M. Cartledge gives 0oe
A 011 helpful advice to. young is.
aw s liHer letter is but one of tiO-
s*aOW mads which prove that maotMl
as; u""j IS so helpful to young gire who
S t adjust arriving at theerodo
s %twxbhood as Ldia E Pink-
haum's Ve tlbbe C pound.
*II "DtA MaN PnrAs-J anaot
=i mounpeuad too billy, tor it
-, tthe onlymdine s e. rd whIsh
bured Me. I suffered much m my
ir Sst mensrMal perii, I felt
ad and& g 4 9nM -olo0
themy _h theo
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No Patent o sit.
Some of the best horses ever brought
to America were bred by the farmers
of England, France and Belgium.
These men got a good mare or two.
used them to work their farms, bred
them to the best sires they could find.
producing stallions that had admirable
conformation and disposition for draft
horse sires. Some of the beat trotters
ever bred were produced by farmers
who owned well bred road mares and
mated them to good stallions. Who
will say that these men. who use the
dlams for the purpose for which their
produce sl intended, cannot produce
horses that are equal to those of the
great breeding establishments? asia
: Stoc-kman and'Farmer. 'They can and
often do. There sa po patent onuhorse
breeAlng, no advantage In .favor of the
millionaire who keeps his brood mares
in idleness over the farme., who works
or drives his -'It will pay any man
who has a good mare to give her a
chance to dob her best,' and that means
to mate her properly and take care of
her progeny.

Meat sadu raIn For Food.
Foods containing protein are given'
cows to increase the. milk production.-
anid hens to increase the quantity of
eggs and improve their quality. The
dairyman understands full well that In
feeding grains which furnish protein
to cows, a sufficient quantity of sucee-
lent food must be given to formulate
the proper balance. Yet this same man
protests when .it is suggested that the
same role should apply to laying hens.
The proper feeding'of poultry IS not
so difficult as any one would think.
nor Is the feeding of any animal, for
that matter.
It one possesses a knowledge of thd
needs of the animal he Is feeding, he
will readily find out what foods will
apply such needs. Feed the variety
of grains by all means as well as a m
occasional supply of animal feed, but
do -not overlook the 'need for green
food. This same rule works the other
way, so do not attempt to obtain re.
suits from green food and grain at
the expense ofg the animal food. Ir
some way get at the properly bdlanteet
ration and then -profitable results will
follow.-Indianapols News. .
Wr Gate.
To make a good farm gate make it In
two 'parts as shown tn. the cut below.
Make it fourth feet four inches high and
any length.desired, from ten to sixteen

sk V4

F M OI A s


feet; twelve feet 1s prereraole. M.a --.
it out of good white oak lumber one y troubles of the Wtidow.
four Inches. At the ends where you widows of asas occasionally
nail uase one strip on each side and nali hna e heap of trouble witi epenson
fjrom both sides, In the centre piace a department at Washington. Mary Ann,
Petty, widow of John Petty, of Neode-
CT i. ,= An asha, recently applied for a pension. She
found that John bad beei possessed of
f our wives before he married her, and.
that the department wanted to know
post in the ground, leaving It about what had become of them all before It
eight Inches high. To this hook one would grant the pension. After con-
part of the gate. Use a slide latch. If siderable effort she was able to show
you have hogs use two latches, one at that three of them had died, and that
top and one at the bottom. Gate pogtai one bad been divorced.
should be nine feet long and about six- Another case was that of a Wichita
teen inches In diameter, set four feet widow. Many years ago she was d4-
In the ground. With good, heavy vorced from her first husband. Re-
hinges and proper care this gate should gently she applied for a pension on ac-
last twenty years.-Norman T. Atklns, count of a second husband who had
In The Epitomlsl. died. The department discovered that
she had been divorced from "Edward"
To Prevent Boll washing. Jones instead of "Edmood" Jones, a
The past two seasons have been un- mistake having been made in the dl-
usually favorable to soil washing, and vorce papers. New she Is compelled to
many acres of slope land have been institute asuit for divorce against the
carried to the level bottoms below or first husband In order to make the rec-
borne away by high water. This loss ord clear on the claim that she was the
of fertility if followed up year aftel legal wife of the man on whose account
year would Impoverish the hill land Id she expects the penslon.-Kanisas COty
such an extent as to render It entirely. Joudral.
worthless for crop raising. As wash- .
Ing occurs mainly where soil Is loose Leve Mamarges.
and sandy In texture, such ground AWe married for love." How really
needs extra protection In the line of few there are who can say this with
drain ditches and cross plowing. Fr- any degree of truth? There are so
quently where it sl necessary to crop many marriages of convenenace nowa-
the land situated on hill slopes, the days, sO many ordinary unions, and, be.
mere opening of a ditch at the uppet sides, it is so sentimental to confeps it
end of the cultivated portion will pre- that as seldom bears of a marriage
vent serious loss from washing by. p y throtag love.
keeping the water from the land abovd ato thde is almarriages do *X1a
from coming down In lJnrlong quans nevertheless. and. despite pover,
titles over the field. The use of strip i e bleinep from bead ln.np to end.
of soil binders through the cultivated prove blessings from beginig to s"a
field Is also to be recommended. Thead Iand save for ope other ; It t I pleas pe
should be sown crosswise of the hill, and save for oepe aoth'; it 1 ea -
and any good pasture grass will an* sureto ,dey oielu otMa' iofll thebwi
swer the purpose provided t.t0 root ke' an, i llet mora eto'fable beit
are strong and penetrate the ground w y t I s al votoe la trymj ble be-
to some depth. In plowing a field cause other devotiou In trying pe-
that washes badly It is well to bear r i e fr love
mind that furrows made lengthwise M.t 6so iMani have Mltor foy love
'of the hill are conducive to soil wash- which eas oeid Mblr' f r a yar or"
tng; hence It Is always a good plao td two. Coisti@nlOpi .11 rabis the ilt
plow the land crosst4lae. Organic mat. off the Sonorbr ad. o v )e arfs
tar, such as barnyard manure, rubbish. o ftendeWol o. .to.-Y 3 t e aSry
hay or stubble plowed e tldet. will. un' ltt 4" a

through beavy ralftall. In the saed ary to comfort.
manner badly washed ditches may bd True love snatvrls g o .

quickly that the water comes almost In ,
a body down (be hlasides. nla a corn
paratively dry easonU ths ais not desire
tle, as much of the taolsltae il coo-
ducted from the filtd tefore It has L-
an opportunity to petrcolate through the -l'orei1 wt d
soil. To prevent this, plow the ditches
to ran in the direction of the most e itte jac et lae l' el
gentle slope, so that the water may bd Lttle si ak o 1
entried oz gradualy.-C. B. Barrett, i Wthe al t twis whitn a N
TIM S pitomist White MtSthis wtr r woe dmm
TOltomt .._..._ of edegawan a1 am t.
PMeeer Mwes.. a4wa o isa mM j a-llalu'. -M
And the old roster even be crows m I both ideth yaaA wt
a good deal ore than he scratches. V t
W %GR. OW -
ttte grass now tat th.e letter prod.^^ 9
net belongs tothe byeas. ,, ..
A ool, a dry L r as walls
ftee fres arseaa amt- very m sestial l a A
Strange in the maeup of a pe y p te o fIntos %w tw t u 3 ..w

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rshetr pr vllatlng Paston Io a readM
For sweeps and Snmokiag.
It Is not an easy matter to form a
Just Idea of the beauty of the Tlurklah
women, for beneath their coquetllish
wells and unenviable dresses, their
glowing complex ons, Immense black
I eyes, well turned chins, perfect outline
of face, their figures may be anything
but charming.
Paying calls andl i-tendinig wedding
festivals. prontenading, driving, shop-
ping and aseeklig the bath are the chief
amusements of the odalisque. Before
the outings faces are blanched, then
rouged, eyebrows apd eyelashes touched
upt and numerous little :colunetriles re-
sorted, to, which, when toned down by
the transparent yashmak, are calcu-
lated to provoke admiration In the
breast it a spectator.
Only a few of the rich garments of
the harem' are worn -. they are too
heavy, and only Intended for display.
A harem Is composed of valoxis na-.
tlonalltles; and occasionally it Is diffi-
cult to enforce hnrmoty. Many times
we.have been amused by stage pictures
representing a eraglio "tempest In the
tea pot," fancying'It an exaggeration,
but it we recollect the, dust that flies
when two lady birds are disagreeing,
we may readUly realize that fifty or
more damsels might cause, 'with but
little effort, cyclonic effects-.
When the Inmates of the harem take
advantage of their outing to indulge In
a. little harmless flirtation they have
the advantage of being able to avoid
the male relatiVes. It Would be im-
possible for a man -to recognlab hil wife
beneath such a costume, and while the
husbands are. devotrtly tamltig their
breasts 'in the mosques, the wives a're
driving in their carrigiags, enveloped in
clonuda gauze and decked with Jew.
e(ry. '
N What can prevent Or eclipse the flash-
ing of teO black, swimming, llnguid
eye? A volupt6ius form, delleatsly
small white hands, features not at all
coir e-all these are bidden. The eye
alone must hear all the odiUm Of the
Intrignante. The TurkIth woman 1is
neither ssQ bad nor so good p a she ts
'painted, her coquetry is not of the per.
ilousn kind, and. she obeys her lord-and
.master passively. Her prevalllng pasi-
ason Is fondness for sweets add s mok-
lang-nothling can describe theo amount
of confectionery and tobacco consumed
in a harem.

Take- Down Repeating Shotguns
Don't spend from 50 to $200 foray un, when for so
much less money you cah buy a inohester akoe.
Down Repeating Shotgun, which will outshoot and
outlast Ihe highest.priced double-barreled ou |
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your
dealer can ahow you one. They are sold everywhere
lPM OW-s T -PaT tsIssMaA WCa Vqae.M,

"Poor Miss Psoaddst They say she
drew a blank In the matrimonial lot-
"Worse than that. Bhe drew an as.
segsment. ebb had to ripy his debts."
--Ohlcaso Tribune.

lrTBrpemaeatly ared. Noflts ornarvus.
Lltwser flnt dai's use of Dr. Kline's Oeamt
lervRoeetoer. S8trildbottlsand taeiswfnee
Dr, L. H. IXaws,Ltd., 101Areh 5t., Phbls., Pa
T* numbea r of elephants in the world I

See *b e *..
On an average lve editor a week are
went to ptsoon la OGeranay for the
mrlme of lte .majete. T'aklan con.
cord weed ad potatoes for aMlWp-
tioms, in the United States, ls't g bad,.
after all.
D"e s bAmMlt M e wesa
a 111110o7hey 44res.h the
dhsed lm *thessr. %re only one
M d (B by sonati-
iso caued by an
.i a mnoou jlalngJ of


51 m4~.."d Va.


It ake cireibs ist fom Niswil'

It takes more than a visit Ifrom his wiSfe's
mother,to make a man happen.
Toomlne andl llelns Pellof OaSA.
The two greatIt fodder plas ion rthb
one good for A4 aonl of ba s a e ether
IN tons grha {.odderSp.. 4 ae is G
everywhere so s VtriS ap,
inag nooooieL sassi 'sg aODiae fou. pi
acre. ?A.V.LJ
JuSt aIvuD 1Oo. sNw IAMIfk TO. rM
John A. lslMr Fk4ed 1. La O Wll,.
ona receive in rrn tublrllsiotei Ma 4
roto of fsrm eed eamplM.
Houkspem should lw y o ra -
that dourm will eatingztial bulaIn t o
An Old Irlold Weed.
Many mesing that old field woed, the mel -
lein stalk, never consider the good it is I.
eoptlabla in eurfag lung tsmbpms. It
I u.Teylcr's ir to ld of
*wRt m rna Mu hmm
nam r fonr .oughs,
*Adrusgist*, ael., S., #sad .A s Abottle.
Ony six per t e the
United Statemo s jrWti. '
Mr. ttasio*'. OSiMt4I(lot fosehitk
Chisa has sebtiubed withlanthe lmedI
tour yaresIx ma M mlpo wder teL oriZ
lbs V.'g. 6 SAofr iAb0 D use 1
C'vRe to IqLpt's _st ltq.h0taiet.e -

iSlRfor a eclpstion.
,As *wdplbfm4 .mpm"Of-.

If the meew apwer eirclated In the
ulted StatuS In a year were prlwted
as bosc femra they would iOske 4.-00.-
W sm00 1 be. velm vei.

,,m ed Ot, is .. ,_

I '-. 51

UmI~lerrck~ oirF;'l
b~t.Wheat leyhratomo.



B Deajamin r. Hawhke, of Washirto
Ing Ctumrides *f Geaneral rant li


WrIfTy IL TOjICj *Job 14musese CiLlkwU4
W:Pa i OL as 441
rdske lie Ca rer
omir-Y.690 you oft a I sto 1 1.4
"d bro, op. A. bel'o.
b 104


Says: "I Do Not Believe Pe-ru.4i

Superior far Catarrhr
% 4- 4" ,- 4- 4-w' w- e ft4'1 VP4.4'%%fln"9mm

*In a recenSlt 1eW from 811 0 street,
*S. W., WashiiD~tit1D. 0., this vener-
*able geatleinas says of Peruna:
aft "I in, woe" Other sa .j' hey
*jbr 0j~vpv* MM I csn MVy withsouat
*5'in Wes aSh&# I %oerau,- b&$a
P* poe efrola ntiss* h4& hd dwsaf

e.#&a 0 awpeetee, oflser aesa aewmssdy t
0,o esbrr o~r -esa $onto ftr the
lioni.. eis t 4o oe .j'uls. .0*0eet/0
*Igoe*.eeP."Bolaui'aehF. BRessoe.

ISBAAC BROCK a citismn qf MeOTn-
aman ounfi, terasham liveuifor lid

=4101 roketestw.mefrom the evil of-
hate Jdanehanted; It keep. me in
r' ppe~t~;.I giesme strength; it
go" Sw In goodlelation.I

dlen and Pil al 9b lO e A.
tand-by with o and P F
Mrs. V. X. Little, e 1
I can reoomend I eruna a
rarrh ofithe tom- AI R
a, h and bowels. I AT bV
'ave been troubled T SEVIER
1'verely with it.for EA Y 0
,ver a ye ar. and
aso a cough. Now my cough Is a'
ns l th distreasinte g symptom
marrh of the stomach and towels h
appeared. I will recommend it to
a rare remedy. Ia so well
Sm tem plastng a trip to. ellowstolns
thas comni -season. How ias tat io -
er71 year o?" -".",
in later letter she arys: "I sn a
too thankful to you for your kind rL d
and (or the good health that I am je
,ng whouy from the use of yotur ,
lave been out to the Yellowstone NatIlee
Park and many other places of the We .
and shall always thank you for your gw-
-roaity."--Mrs. Lttie. '
tresg asit Vigorous at the Age .
. EAWKIS. Ilhty-elgt. I,
an lf f an a ~ d IrItow. 1 14. Parkwer Ut'ie, N. Y., write s
l, iane ef tree froma U va". Jwune, 1 01,Alost MT sense of hear-
in, D. C., i o m e eLl- n oea t n tIrly. y hearing g had been so
i Ilis Cade% Days at W est P1`9 24, w .at imp'p red [or several &pad.b tl
o much affected but that i
1001, my sense of hearing left Me'
have come to rely upon it almost entire al o uld hear hno sound whate .lp
for the many little things for which I!aon my uiebs eh severe n 'Ta .
used medicine. in my nibs. I enzmeed l
"When epidemics of) h al re pa rst be- and now my he artnle is r4t11 s.
an to make their appmaranoe an this sonn. ,ast pain are all gene. otonOigI
py I was a sufferer from th disease. n do hesh o Perus, and now-_ ,
Shad several long seges wit the too highliy of Peru".l candy
At ,irt not knew that Perunsowa.mighty-eight ye arsyoldb....an
a -renedy for this dim Whea I huars orated m whole sysm. -
ec a r.W.tar Pe re chnader, of Terme ill,.
'ensna for i repol fnd u e ? towbe ir
just the thing.' of"ame 1 every winter and had a
Poru-na Used l time Fa ly for, obar, 1190; could I
Years. re u wenoroth
Mrs. E. West 137 Main street t. Menasha, r. a for advice. sdr
Wis., writes: 'We have used Peruna m that shou4 mpece the s
our family for a number of years and andhow to take car of mye
when I may Lhat It i B a fie medicine for "I did not lose one day I
catarrh and colds. I know what I am I could not tend to my stoc sal
talking about. I have token it every spring three years ol and I cannottan
and fa11 for four years and I find tha too much or what e have done for
it keps me robust, strong, with sagendidi f you e not derive prompt and ia
appetite, and free from any Illness. A few tory resl o th se of ruN.
years ago it cured me ofactarrh of the at onestotV. M rian gly a s W
stomach, which the doctors had pro- meat of your ease andae pwill lepl t6
nounced inp rahle. am very much give you his valuable advice pgralis.
plersed with rerunsa. I am years old." Address. Dr. Hiartmani, Presiet The .
IMrs. West. Hartman Sanitarium, Columhus. 0.






April 28, o.,I at G-alaWvlle,
s mond- matter, under Act
of March 3, 1879.

hed evem7 Tuesdayad PrlI
Q8a year in advance.
o Cents for ix Months,
Y.. cents for Thre Meoths.

hindberdam0.byr type, s cents
S ne for each twron.
it! for d apadUtdvierti lnaeta priced
^ WjpUcation,

S-.aph editor is not rempomsible for'thes
Sows of correspondent or otherm i ,
46"tiUog to his coolua. '

o'u. g overnor ntinue to write (
lvt letter) to atflr. Talaf ex.
TheArceada champion aays that Po.
Sruame o just tearing up the earth-qt*
The feart gpkamdential boom comin,
1MBo gtow. AUM eal honest Democrata
v admr Heamt'sa politics.
*xhge iys that Go0ernor Jen.
is gadnlpag ground. Guess the
i 140,19 has gone to buying land.
--' mou as the Plorida canal is
th editor of the o TA propose
: &yORardgo Ahlmglast. -
T. WlaW -of the Righth -Cr.
Amtlee succeed himself with.
9i,11 e.. s s an ableJust, and
P mndF* 4lmm W hfadof a Judge needed in

eW needn't expect to hear new and
Wlt i of a startling mature vew
*, Japan nd Russia, but we asO .
i set that tha ms m tllW

cqO ."Our oW I 'itl
44*bot la~ u le satall.
M h g "dead up
4eW khimeptulloas trust sag-.
me t be dupportlag Mr. Divsi

'i tlliWe m atf our temnapMaat,
tul a eriloua mistake by
to those whom
HIolatng the loal optiop 1nw.
fal to convict they aim l
i|| h e. conetlaaei (sstly.-.es.
wb.i they do evWaet thead
fjli| madeofaimostanwoeoet
Afth*ese e ~' cotWvtet.
Is beeM of a dally
0 i m

A laze P hi W[m1ar .tlMte I
ome r4 v 1 olrfoon and
l5 a .a st Anti-Tnrustat .
m which la to do all poawl
| et i _s the nomination of WUlA i,!
learet, of New Yo*,trf -
l e United State.
r 48rtha fully"s w e
done atl a
less mghout
the Stat t operated
un4M ,'ii t cwt, ua co1
)Siyou of Jackson-
wand the 1otw
tItm" F M. Oiem.
bmncan If. Pmeh 01
George C. M ttlM ot
aI oneas, of Pensaolt J, S.
MisOf JacksDooll e:.033y .
iA d mumoM l; J. a. oj. Bw4so en d
/WM son nll, Jr., of b c tjr .


mittm c e.
nmIttee was se
ee yesterday col-
tom each count',
This committee
IA: Alachua,. IP.

B. P'tt
lece o

gr',.th 8rant of

and Pres-
VS- e SlS r orirtal sa
chall eleote- aunmaUy at
held on the second Wednaemy in Jann-
ary, A. D. I0o, and on the asaond Wed.
neday in January of each k nmsceedi g.
year. Until the first electtin,1. I .Futch
C, W. Stephens and. yneewoeth,
shall constitte the Board of Dtreetoam
and J. 1. Futcbh saliH be 'reddemt amd
Treasurer, and C. W. Stephess shall be
Vice t'rsident, mad J. B, Harriason sill
be Secretary.
th. Tehieghgtenoammontbf indebted-
m sa aid folt raUon shall *t amy
or enldect Ih t- to shall- be p lteen
Sth. The said Iorporato- hereby
suboibe for the following anmouts of
Stok,p to _t;
J. tch, fotr shares.. 5r4,ooo.o
J o Harrion, one share, ,0o
. Haynmeworth, hresalmmue, 3,ooo.00
C. W. dtepheU, tl ht ea fooo.oo
.- W.' H SOIAnt, '.
ag g.pid t ,,

2ird day of tebtu R A.Ii". .3904.
Notasytwblib Sftats. of PFlo,
LO. COtamfl5imo9bp rlwjTb x, tics.

;. ,; '

A a oice ResYBYe Lot

Tiuy a Choice Residence Lot PAtTe



rei. Cotton Department,
or Men, flighFt priMee POW fo* .;knd gott
a ,,.. ,, :.. .n
....'b .pt.wakes. .
L 8 ed or I Oat) s40 W
llt1 t ":.- j Advances made. Warebouse clars-me. Firm n offer
Nt"rt 1ar attention to the Ladies made by letter or wire. Correspondence -id.
I "a1rockpott" ind Meisn"All Atner- -AT
S.. "c7a"5 Wlk Over" grades. j B n

SJ. D. Mat heso, Air Line RaOlway

hoes oad L e r ti e. ine tille, Fla. Sie d o lotur D cril i.
7 3 I 55 J S OUlA 10RN D i0 7i'. .I 4, I b
moo* 4 9 A, 3 oA 5a 8 3 .3 .4 e .. Ar oo .
31'.,.. 15 8..... Baldwin..10 12 6 30 4 20
S46 10 45 5 03P . Waldo 8 a 4 o4a 2 5.
-12 5 36p Ar. I GAINESVILL :, 7 14 4.1

The Gainestillo Planling Ie'6, **le r s.::: :.: 1t ,
S5P 2 13 d .d. d .i t . . .s 1o 2 11 5
5P . land City .. p i
i 7 fi COm p . P lantie D .b 3
87 t 4 6 P. Wade. .....pale 4 45 op 7 424
75 .728.P .f 4s6Manate e...... 72...

7 45 6 30p
6 oop 6 45a

Is nonueltimems aid to keep pace with but
our facilities are equal to all detniai:ls,
v hethtr y Cu what to iuildl ulie lions or,
on e dzen V. Vot arte on Lt.. right roadl fcr
the tight kind of lumber u.elien v oui way. We deal in all kind- of Build
Ing Material (for outside and itisiide finish
to complete ni y dwelling, hotel, 10toe or
factory Tell us jour wants We -ill








ibt. McClellan,I


Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail orders Attended to
Promptly. .


man Kodaks and Supplies.
.. .. s

Ir. We have reserved the best property for the last and as this will C J 'L. TJ
our last sale in Gainesville we will now put on sale I XT TT T-T A D

v v. .L. .zx xLiXN I o

Worlds Famous








Tem T W W ill V711 Ea syr O y ^per cent of the
STerms, l Easy pice cashand

tice in a- equal VItP l payments with interest at the rate of
re'anlm. 1- i be open for evetybodyy white or ;
Srre. trying tpo- -owto- ht 6
iave an ce t6e ofthese Ilta with those who buy
ecunlationt ar^traen! renti-payer is especially urged to
I tbis sale and gpt i 0 .d i floor, so that he wTll not have
i aLprofit later on to th' were wise enough to buy for in-

will leave
sale anf'NK

house 1romv'ttly at 9.a. iM.,on. ji

Al- I'~

March 5th.

Location: W. Main Street Show Ground.


Depart For


kk Lrgati'ptuur Pylce Show on Earth. Now Bigkur, Bletter
Iqnd Oranortbop m Zve. With all the old PIasoritex and a.
noot 91 Now #oaksum,
1tt.~m~-longs ands4id ueeaof iI~pAijr.
OfAcrobU nt*d ?umblqvrs
~~ ~T~rompe ot 1R4tw'wlo Doss.
111, M~l Atsulfe Thrower.

Utz.EaneedPuee epgm o tm

. arasoFta . .
Ar . Tampa . Lv

8 5



>k a


l1, Jacksonville .
tAr FternTandina .
Ar trntiswick . .
Ar Savannahti ..
Ar I airfax . .
Ar Deminmark ....
Ar olumbia . .
Ar Cammden. . ...
Ar Ilminlet . .
Ar illlinlgtlon .
Ar Sulthern I ins .
Ar Rileigh . ..
Ar Portstiouth ......
.sr Richmond, Va .
Ar ashington . .
Ar Baltimuore .......
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York . .

9 ooa 7 Sop
to 15a 9 GpP
12 01p 1o 35P
' lop 11s 5oa
3 C9p I 44a
3 57p 2 2X0
5 30P 3 55P
7 40P 5 54.
9 55P 8 o5a
. ia o5p
ii l8p 9 36a
11 53P 0o 45A
8 ooa 5 35P
6 35a 3 map
io los 8 3op
J 25a I s25p
i 36)p a 5oa
4 15p 6 30B

I.v Jacksonville .. 3
At Lake City . 5
Ar Live Oak ....... 6
Ar Madisaon . 7
Ar Monticello . .. .9
Ar Tallahassee . 9
Ar Quincy ........
Ar River Junction ..
Ar Pesac.olas . .
Ar Mobile . ..
Ar New Orleans ...


Lv Jacko lle .
Ar Macon . . ...
Atlanta . . .
Cbattar.oos .........
NaAhville . . .
t Louis . . .
Chicago . . ..

9 25sa
11 2ua
p 12 Np
p 12 5SP
P 3 15P
3 25P
4 71P
5 v5P
to 5up
2 55a
7 25a
8 jop
3 4ua
7 5ua
2 O5P
9 20P
7 3oa
9 i5a

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneso and 8arnatol, on 3t, except Satur-
days, from Uaineaville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Exprew, drawing room PullmatMa eper between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and .Wanigtoaz, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Waashbington, via AtlhaM. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, bagga Sad esems eamrs between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room id asleepars between Tanmpa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Willifoed, WJannee and inter-
minediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jaekasoville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.- Leave Port Tampa tiundays, Tuesdays aind
Thlursdays, 11:15 p m.n.
A. 0. MACDONEELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonvlle, fla.
E. C COB13 Ticket Agent. Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
rn ratn s a ct July 5. 1903.

No. 6.

Lv P. M.
7 45
7 55
8 aWO
8 10
8 18
8 s
H 38
8 45
8 58
9 15
9 45 Ar
10 00 Lv
11 B5
12 i 20
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7?08 T 27
7 15 Ar 1 45
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8 40 4 10 p
7 25 7 4 p
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Lake Bueer, 0. Ak & .
.. Jaecksoavllle j. at w
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.... ValdostaO. a. o a,...
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JA. U. GAfWAsM, PrMe -itL
. x BARAK GO&. Spt
J .P. HILX Agent.

TAKE The Atlantic Coast Line

North l East
Al VA Ii Jacksonvillea





West i,

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service.
Time Table in Effect November 29,-1908.

High Spria sad iuteo
medate points

Dail A y, 114 al PontsNed, Ut We*
AY jntOChelie, MICeAapy atid Cita
1:60 a n
ex. woiida1 151sws
Oblesgo & Ploelda Limited. 09s oald waatllmla eran"= 2200MAWW
Libr&37. Diuing Car and CvacbdmiGtw-1 St. Apgagthis
night Opkt.

Lv SL An OF Re Y-7 1250an. lowchatp
At Aphoyim. "~iloas Am Nashel
yue CL"'.910O.25 3v
go ..i a Ar

ffde at 1i0 a,
.M.ll -* t


ojn an investment or speculative point of view, that there is in
egifle" This property is now owned by W. R. Thomas and lies
,W est Liberty Street, near the G. & G. R. R. opposite the land for-
"AV owned by G. K. Dioome, and is only a few minutes walk from
4Qurt 4House. This property will be cut into lots suitable for
tenant houses ao d will be old

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