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VOLUME I. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1904.
Large Crowds Attended and Are
CHRIST IN ART LAST NIGHT.
EveAy'Entertainment Is a Great
The Chauttauque continues to prorgres-
nicely, and every entertainment pleases a
Saturday a program was a naagnificenit
one. ndil a large number of peopic were
ira attendance during the day aiidl even
Sunday morning there were services at
the various churcheat. At thle F.pi-.copal,.
NMethodi t and Peesbyterian clhurche.,
able serious were preached by tile res-
pective pastors, and to large and appe
ciative audiences. At the Baptist church
Rev Richard Hollington, who came
South to deliver several lectures at the
Chautauqua, preached a sermon that was
both interesting and instructive.
Sunday afternoon and night there were
no services at the churches, andl the
Tabernacle was well filled In the after-
noon an interesting lecture was delivered
by Dr. W. IR Blackatone, his subject
being "The Condition of the Nations "
At night Rev. Hollingtob deliver. a
powerful lecture on France and some of
her noted men, using as his text "Right-
eousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a
reproach to any people." The Otter.
bein Male Quartette rendered soine very
pleasing selections for the occasion.
The program Monday was excellent.
All of the entertainments were well at.
tended, and at night there was alirnot na
full house to hear farewell elections Iby
the Otterbein Qpartette and a grniu, tec
ture-"Christ In Art"-by Dr llutling-
ton. This -lecture was illustrated by
stereopticon views, and was alone sorthl
tlagprice of a season ticket to tire Cmnu-
The program for tonight is a good one,
andI those who fall to attend eaich antu
every one of the entertainments will 1,e
Capt. Jack Crawford, "the Poet bcoit."
will appear Thursday and Friday. "C-.pt
Jack" is one of the most faniotaslectrIITrs
now on the platform. Remembeit-r tIhe
dates when he is to be here, an, I yoiu he
To RaMe Funds In Florida.
ToColnuuanders of Camps of Confedrr-
ate Veterans, 'residents of Chapters of
the Daughters of the Confederacy, Com-
manders of Camps of Sonsof Confederate
Veterans, Clerks of Circuit Courts,,
Mayors of cities and towns, and Editors
of the newspapers of Florida, Governor
Jennings hasissued the following letter:
You are hereby, in pursuant of author-
ity vested in me by the John B. Gordon
Monument Association of Atlanta, Ga,
appointed, authorized and requested to
aid in the work of raising funds in Flor-
ida for the erection of the John B. (Ior-
don monument, with full power to solicit
and receive funds for this purpose and
remit the dame to Honorable W. V.
Knott, Secretary and Treasurer of the
Florida Executive Committee, Tallahas-
Your acceptance and efforts in this be-
half will he highly appreciated by the As-
sociation. I have the bonor to remain,
tours very truly,
W. I. JtmWmrGS, Governor.
ist of qnclatned letters in the poat-
office at UaineMUile, Mia., for the week
ending Maribh & 1904. Persons calling
for same should say advertised and give
date. One cenat la de on each letter.
blissa tta EPI, Mms. Sale Haynes,
Miss Annie Suohlan to, Mias Mamie
ones, Mrs. 0. H. Parker, Miss Lizzie
Shedrick, Addle Harrison Schneider,
Jessie Williama. .
Mr. Jackson Alien, Lare Allie, Tailor
Baird. Abe Berdoec; H. C. Croom, Simp
kins Goan JRosar s. &j Co., Mr.
J.E IL. Anedrpp )hnson I. LsL
Johnson, J.. L 'oy.5sk Mc -iney.
C ~..o I a f e, a Sher-
ote. iekt iA get-iud per.
After a Ti,' 3,a 7. N.
lIs* I 1a1t ra
NEWS FRWHTM ARNo. MAN OUI
Happenings Chronicled by Our Reg- WHITEM Q U I
ANO, Flin., March 5. io AT RO ELI
EL) [On STAR Otir farmnr, are very. AT UUR LL
busy this pretty Spring weathler. planting
watermelons. Cantalouipe, ail,! prepar g IJ
corn amil coltons ln.1. A erv large re -I- J. asSells Shot Joe Willia
age of cotton will le planltei. The son Saturday.
present prospects of a fruit crop are very
fine, anr i the earl lXeach t sIll hle from ten! -
dlays to two weeks earlierr than last 3)ar. C -I.S LODGED IN JA
The superitilenlenlt uof tihe .A. I.. Ry. C LOGED IN JA
has promised us a depot in 'lile enough -
to handle the present year's each crop, Shooting li Presence of
ani lie means inusirless. as -Iuchi of tihe
in.aterial is now on the grounrl, for the Crowd-Wounded Man
ut li lg. Through to Town.
'I here %.is an oyster suppier driven last
tight at the Forest r;toe School house,
lay Irien,, of tile school, to finiall paying
for the eice organ bought at the begiu-
nling of this term of the school. On
accouatil of tire extremely unfavorable
eveninii, it'was not a success fraiaucially,
but about fifty persons met anti enjoyed
the evening splendidly. The crowd was
imotl) comtiposed. of as pretty, sweet
young ladies, from sixteen to twenty, as
can be found in thie State. So we can
see what thie younii men who were ex-
pected have missed, but the girls said,
"perhaps it was too datnp for them to
come out," or it may be as it was Leap
Vear, they were waiting for the girls to
go after then with a buggy.
Prof. Bell has been laid up for a week
with the measles, but he is better and it
is not likely that he will be able to teach
Alex Brown from Duunellon has been
viiting his parents this week.
I1 1). I leiderson is, at Tampa for the
pr.sr l tr .
Mrs,. Blows is visiting her daughter,
UMrh. Joseph Wilson of Newberry.
t )lr people hove been much interested
anil pi.rred at the way in which our
StIus .Atlorrney, Judge Wills and the at-
Lornty for ilie \ornians Christian Ternm
peri-.ice I 'nii live pushed the cases
agnw,,t tihe illegal sale of whiskey in a
.Iry etiitry. \'ith the right kind of a
Sh till. .i.atr. Attorney and Judge, with
tlic hli-eaty supportt of the temperance
ant I Iris .ibidinig people of the county to
-uill. i.t thettn it will not be long until the
blini.I tigers itll die out. However there
was o4111 thing se have heard out here
abutiit th ,*i uoiaprQmise of tihe Rogers case
jl Ilili 'pnrtings atitl the Harrod case of
\'V.,.li., ain-r.-lcv tire Rogers case was8,ol
| ir,, .Iui I lie was to p y half of the
II tr.,l lint. It lmay lie we do not know
,ill .L 'r n itslsnices. Will some one
l i kn,, iplh'.ise explain?
lI irolilvn, N. V April 2t, '99.
fir S Ii I .i.tl inr ,s.
lte.ar it -_Will tor kiaiillv inifornt me
l, rituirn r itil if )LI call selndl your 5oc.
I,..tle r I lir (,rom er tile Unparalleled
T fra.l' Ma.rk I asl if so I will send you
I pos lil iolte for the suane. Please iltformr
lite tile Itiiiiount of r-o)slage ia" it can be
%%liei il Flrloi.lai ie winter of 1897
and '9s I ue fi esc bottles of thle twenty-
fst. cenit bite and prrxlancel a nice growth
of hair i here it had been entirely bald
for fifteen ve.rs, atnti now I would like to
try it ouce More if I call get it.
59 Hicks St. J. W. IIAVNHS.
State of Florida, )
County of Alachua,
City of Gainesville. )
P'crsonally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, iu and for the
State of Plorida, at large, S. 1I. Giddings,
whlo beitg duly sworn by me deposes and
says that the above testimonial was sent
to hinm by rtail by J. W. ilavies, a 1ian
whom lie ha l never seen or heard of,
also that he hal no knowledge ot the
man ever having used or procutred the
Unparalleled Hair Grower. and as far as
he k ows no one had influenced him to
send it, and that the miau has never re-
ceived anything for sending it.
Sworn to nd subscribed before me this
12th day of November, A. D. 1902.
S. B. GiiriNOS, io I).
J. RiM. vers.
Notary Puhlic for thi State of Flarida
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. Ilan-
cock proprietor and R. W. Canopbell as-
sislatmt manager, is the place to stop
when yo go to Jacksonvitlle. Nice
rooms, good table fare, reasonsble rates.,
and centrally located-on Byv street, in
business center. Mr. Campbell is of
Waldo, Alachua county, and it will af-
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
from his home county when they. go to
When you go to Jackson'ville and want
good fare and polite attention at reason-
able cost. inquire for the "Travelers' io-
tel," and when you go to Green.Cove
Spr4n- -op At the Liiverside Hotel, of
which Mr. Hancock is also proprietor.
timber or phosphate lands fot mm .se
mS ful drlpti .f sad toweat pr-ol,
Attoey at. Lw5
Why at SR to pek Spast*?
v- fi kl a- wy of the sew edt-
A.\er aliout a year of remarkable
1ttie tude andu good order in Alachuna
corurty another tradegy occurred-this
time at Roclielle-last Saturday morning
at about 9:30 o'clock.
At Rochelle Saturday morning J.
Cassels of Island Grove shot and serious-
ly wounded Joe \V illianison, of Micanopy.
Thi. shooting occurred at the railroad
depot, and in the presence of a large
number of citizens. Among those who
witlei-aed the shooting was Mr. Jno. R.
Zetrouer, who arrested Cassels and
brought hint to this city, where he was
placed In jail. The wounded man-Joes
IV illiamuson-was also brought to Gaines-
ville on the sajue train that bore the pris-
oner, and Drs. J. Harrison Ilodges and J.
1I Colson were called in and examined
the wounded man, and did what they
could to make him comfortable.
Those who saw the shooting seemed to
tlink it was uncalled for. They saw the
two umen engaged in conversation, but
could hear no words that- were uttered,
and saw tCassels draw pistol and shoot
Wtlliamson at close range, while there ia
no evidence that Williamson was armed.
persons woo anow DOutn men were sup-
prised at-the'occurrence. They were ac-
quaintances and had been friends.
Rumor says tnat both men were in love
with one and the same girl, and the
shooting resulted from jealousy.
The doctor say the wounded man is
doing 'ery well, and with good care will
get well. The man who did the shoot-
ing is still in Jail and will probably have
a commitment trial soon.
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PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSING.
A Very Successful Term-Other News
From Orange Heights.
Orange ileights, March.5, 1904.
IErITOR STAR:-Outr public school at
this place, with P. Q. Casonr, principal,
andi Misi P'earl lidwards, assistant, closed
on yesterday, the 4th irst having been
one of the most successful terms taught
at this place. Prof. Cason and his assist-
ant having shown untlreing interest in
the advancement of the pupils of the
school, and] having won the love and es-
teem of both parents and pupils, and a
lasting friendship of the community, and
would be gladly welcomed back to teach
the school for another terin, even at an
Several of the young ladies of this
place are anticipating entering the nor-
tmal school at Gainesville prior to stand-
ing the exatuinatiuii, which shows con-
clusively that our school is advancing
anid has been under able management.
We have good material in our district
and Liope to continue to advance in the
cause of education.
Our esteemed poatuasater, Mr. Chas. A.
Wirnkle, expects to depart for Shewanee,
Okla., about April i. We regret to lose
Mr. Wirthle, as he has been one of our
Our old friend and neighbor, Uncle
Ben Boqlware, is very iII at the home of
his son-in-law, Mr. R P. JLunpkin, at
this place. We hope for his speedy re-
Prof. Nathan Hall is home visiting his
mother and sister at this place, after hav-
ing taught a successful terut of school in
the western part of the county.
Prof. Wiley Tillman, principal of the
Island Grove school, is home now andti
has accepted a position at Messrs.
Maultsby & Hlenry's shingle mill near
3Mr. Ches. Jddys saw mill at this place
is running on full time aud shipping large
quantities of lumber.
The turpentine business here, owned
anti operated by W. B. Aycock, as work-
ing a large force of men, and from the
present outlook our community is in a
flourishing condition, and we hope for a
successful year. COREarSPONDoNT.
The Apeatis Ia eootet
of mind: to ape the follies of those
above you Is one of the most offensive
forms of vulgarity. Yet we so the fol-
lies of the fppormnoet classes steadily
Imitated all down the different sets of
sodety, and those popularity of every
book dealing with the peerage is a
proof, if one were needed, of what ab-
sorbing Interest our failings are to the
public. There Is nothing we will not
write upon to gratify tiis vulgar curi-
osity; nothing In In too bad taste It by
Its publication we can raise a little of
the "needful." Our scandals, our Ir-
trigues, our Inane canversatlon, 'oar
bills an(d even our menus are recorded
for the benefit of a public which, while
professing to be horrified, greedily
cries for more.-A Countess In London
Tbaee Io For Wfteo.
In the early history of Virginia and
Maryland tobacco was by all odds the
most Important crop. and It was even
possible at times to secure a wife In ex-
change for a moderate amount of to-
bacco, as In later days In the west a
squaw could be obtained In exchange
for a small amount of whisky. In 1Mf2
at Jamestown tobacco was made a Is,
gal tender for all debts, Includinlg as-
tome. In about a dosen years after the
founding of Jamestown by Captalit
John Smith an English nobleman, Er
UXdwt BSandys, brought over with a
ship load of supplies nSuet, yonu7 8nf-
limbh matla, who Immediately unpo theA
arrival were wooed and mkrrled.lw the
coplato eachh being pa d for at tl
rate of "120 ponDda of good taboeeaP"
Johl Aiam' lOlp.tenl We saM mRes
After dinner one night a TvteUdor
stepped Into the ball to help M e Put
on his coat Adams thUaned hiss.
"Don't enon't tt it," a the solemn
toady'i reply. "No attention Ia tet
great, no trouble is too muds that we
of thi a century have the pleasv of
taking for the patriots of the l Baeol.
lion-for George Washlngton and your
malf. air." Adame sharp retort wms
"Don't mention Washibstem to nme, art
Washlngto was a doltr-OaaborWe
"amnieaceL e of menama
Us1tresael'a (mated .
The great landmark its n otwel is
the Cathedral of Notre DeaU wwi hi,
next to tne fmnuior eathod ,ll tie
cty of Mexico, aI the target OntOh
building in A erles and b is a f
Int capacity of 1U400. Thi ON W we
built in 1829 and to notai form-1 ai &
nflcent cblmeb, one oA the o tbt e4
which, called "'Is Orn 0ouiea" to
oe orf the la W.E M eai4 bells ga
the world and wAt lpOm
rear Treac Mmw.
lTask about I 1 1M
Sma m t heW1 7 1
we 1 wi *I.
THE GOSPEL TEflPIRANCE TRAIN
ICOMsMUN I CATTKI). 1
There's a truin. that'runs to Zion,
And It ntus otUn sclleduli tirae;
Vou are iree to travel oun it,
l'"or it doesn't cost a dtine,
f(very seat is full of comfort,-
And the passengers are kind,
Biut you will find Ito baggage car,
Because it's left behind. \
It mnay be you've t inmnita lloth triuink
All full of liceise talk,
It only takes more eoLple drunk,
\tVIoSs- feet stiboul I luanly walk,
'orlt trunk inrt) renac lIthe station.
1llt there you'll surely find,
That all lho go to Zion,t
Have left their trunks bcthind.
Aad then you have n satltviel,
Stuffed of bandana stocks,
Fitoen brewers and saloonistu,
To build up costly blocks.
I know uny soiit is candid,
itut let ile just remind
That if you go to Zion,
Tlit sat'i-bel stays behind.
There is no car for bagage-
The coaches carry soul s,
The true and noble liartedl,
Atnd loyal at the ipoll.
\Ve sing as on we jouarney,
"''A\d 'roundtl id-the lliounitaii winlt"
%Ve have nit, lunilbea in bng lnige -
We left it all lehinrl.
WV. A. C
Try Pagan's market fur best nients.
J. BI. McDo-nald leaves today on a busi-
ness trip to points it South Florida.
Have your clothing cleaned at t)welt
Lloyd's Dve Works. Itly 14, t
W. L. Hill returned Saturday after-
noon front a business trip to Jackso ville.
Vou minut pay your poll taxes this week,
if you would vote in the city election
I. B. Godwin, a liroinient minerchatit
of High Springs, was transacting busi-
ness in tihe city yesterday.
Prof. P'. U. Cason and Capt. J. A. King
of Orange Heights were agreeable andu
profitable callers at the Star office Satur-
If it is job printing you want just send
your order to the btar. It will have
prompt attention, and work antr prices
will suit you. tf
Julius Thomas, Gracy; R. S. Bradley,
Wacahoota, and J. W. Carter, Micanopy,
were among the business visitors to the
Giddings' Hair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. B. olddings, Oainea-
ville, anti the Postoffice Drug tore and J,
A. Stephens, High Springs, PIla.
Capt Geo. C. Cole, formerly a valued
foreman in the Plant System railroad
shops at Hiigh Springs, but now of Sa-
vannah, was in Gainesville Saturday.
lions. P. G. Ramusey, Wacahoota; Jno.
G. i)Dasipier, lHague, and T. A. Doke,
Santa Fe, were among the prominent
people who were In the city yesterday. .
Hon. W. M1. Holloway was out auiorag
the people in several countless last week,
in the interest of his candlcacy, and he
returned home delighted with the "status
of his case."
The Chautauqua is now half over, but
it is said the wat is yet to come. Tick.
eta for the balance of thIe season are only
J r.5o each, and everybody who has not
got one, should get one today.
Have you tried Giddings' hair Grower?
Others have tried it and pronounced it
ood. For sale at 8. ii. Giddings' )rug
toe, oalneeville, and Postofice Drug
Store and T. A Stephens, Hligh Springs
Rev. and Mrs J. B. Holley of Jackson-
rUle, spent Sunday with fryiil
pleased to know that Mr. Holhy is get-
ting along nicely with the Southrnn Bap-
tist, which Is being published lrtf kston-
J. A. HoJIoway has returned from a
brief business trip to Lake City, where
he made several cash sales of fine plaaos.
If you would know how closing the aa-.
loons has affected Lake City from a busl-
"nes potUt of view you should ask Mr.
Prjioiar a3nnounecem ts.
Antnouacements'under the above head,
of reasonable length, will lie patlrhliled in
each and every issue of the Twc'-:-.A-
WKV K SSTAR from now until the cati-
pIign is over for fl for each annorl-e-
nient. THK CASIt must accomupany tlle
copy reach announcement. Annuounce-
ments at this price must not contain
niotre tlan TWtiNTV LINiS, inclutling
lead iiitl siguiature.
Clerk Circult Court.
To the i)eumocrats of Alachua County:
As the Stnte executivee Committee
lI'avselectedI the iLth of May for holding
ntur irimaryv IerCtion, I hereby announce
iII) self as a u',anidaite for tlie position of
C"luk of tlie Circuit t'ourt of Alachua
o1unaitV, ianll I sulirit not only the vote,
Lbut the. sauiort ui tf) t friends to secure
nmy election. If electe,, I promise to
performan te tltties of the office faithfully
and fully. I iutke this romutise kntowing
thorotighly whati thlse duties are. They
have a really been leanetld ly experience,
and I trust that all lemnocrattc voters
amay consider muy appeal in ilakitng their
aMUBL, H. WuneIKs..
Clerk Cirlult Court.
I-' allow Deiaucrats of Alaonua counts:
I hereby annrounince nmyselt a candidate
fur Clerk of the Circuit Court of Aaischua
county, subject to your action in the
Ist-iocratic Irlu ary. I solicit the sup-
iort of all iDetincrals, awi if I amt elected
I promilMe to discharge the duties of the
office to the very best of my ability.
I. MAXv I)KaDt...
To the Voters of Alachnn <(ountty:
I hereby aniiounce anyself a candidate
for tile uflicr of Slieriff subject to the
actillt of the tar-n Ptnrilicn'atli primary.
If electesl, I iIrItIia- to discharge the
duties utf ltie lince to their very best of any
ability, andn I atilieit thie hilpport stafll
voters ant I he Ipos.
W,. C. lAtlig.
To the Democratic Voters of Alpchua
I embrace this method of ex pressing
aay warmneat appreciation for the con-
fidence you placed in nie in x896, and
continuously from that date to this, and
sincerely trust that your confidence has
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to
twe very best of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of persona or the con-*
quences to nyself. How well I have sue-
ceeded [ leave to you to Judge. I have
been encouraged to believe that my el-
forts have received the approval of the
peaceful law-loving citi ens of our
countyy, for which I am truly thankfla. I
m aalgain a candidate for the office of
Sheriff and will appreciate your support,
anttd promise, if reelected, 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 know how. Promising if elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
office against. Respectfully,
L. W. FKrsItcL.
I will be a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the sup-
port of the voters of this conuty in the
coming primary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Representative,
I am as ever,
t Tnao. T1. WI.LARD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of 8uper intendektdet of
Public Instruction of Alachua coatint,
subject to the action of the mocratic
Primary, and respectfully asollcift the sup-
port of all democratic voters.
I am a candidate
Alachua county, s
the Democratic pri
support of Democr
I will favor retrei
meant of the school
I hereby anoun
for (be ofee of Bi
lie Intnructlon of A
Io the Democratic I
support of Democrn
I will use every ha
uidate the county a
debt. My policy
mood teranshigol V
Mr. Geo. L. Taylor. one of the clever. l"eachi a of rt
et fellows In the weterS part of tite every grade lI the
county was in the city Saturday from his of Lt Bi-ate, iaell
home at Ialer. Mr. Taylor will prob. terms Normal wol
ably di a candidate or the Legislature in h elemuil2S
this ya r, eaff h does ae will have a
Attery e ChlUs. HC Owens, of this city, her unt
I heeby manions
lma qmaite asu trstee in the J C. New- date before tip D
berry bmnkrpticy csee at HiSh Springs. Almcps county fli
Mr. Owens gave h i necmary heavy dfle roUCty.Jud
boad and will, on the *8th lust., alt the honestly yu-I m'I
tock ofritds and other property belong. henor to oatlnue t
lag tW Mr. Nawberyjr. t eiletedadl will
The msny fiIean of Miss oasetud 6e 04t of the
Mitson, who ircently accepted a position the
Oaetemaugrapher t ieArmeu Csnpaimy, Tax" A'
Is JaclkasoaivlUe, will be pk d o kow
that sbel is de well, S wi hMM d asnd- ,a.
I JuelmvTUe. butt hor masay O tlte uN i ta_ .
.frAenutWsl< be gUldde tlUl to me har '*
z. a0O1, 0 a6m ,3 e
S i- m 4 *
M 100 11s6nd, D. ,so VW W .IS.,
Srt1 .,. t .. w.. .. U .
J. K. sLL ,UM.
m for the oMeoe of S 8
Public Inatruectioc of
object to the action of
imary, and solicit the
tlc voters. If elected,
ichutrnt and the pay-
J. L. KELLatV.
ce myslif a candidate
uperintendent of Pub-
&achua county, suject
primary, and maoloit
-tlc ou If e1laned,
norabl e thod to iq-
and kb4t ht shool
will be i""aOSfele,
machbm Noo oa
eadlng, writlg, spell-
tle. Hails1 taunht
public cool o, Zma
insr Institute aI d four
V1U ame ootvierd of
moe earnest teaching
O0,. M. LvNCH.
Myself as ea candi
Wmuarate primary of
r eelectioto the af-
a.. Having faithfully,
he post. I pledge my
t do so In the future,
Ibp wvery grateful fof
H. 0. MAAON.
dointmi mlelf at a
2 *ct to the DeaM,.
pointed to < 6oat tum'.
I hereby enuSanm s my- W
for Represente vy
in the nemt lallat .r, .
action of the Dnocre.
solicit the support of my f
0.M. TI.*MAM .
m.. ,.. T'
To the Voters ofAlechua County:
Without the slightest unkind feeling
for those who did not vote for me in the ''"
last primary and a heart full ot gratitue .
for those who did, I again offer for the ''
hoarorable position as one of your rep '.A,
seintatUves ri hbe next General Asseumly. '
Support me if I am tight, support me an
ii ng as I stay right and leave me along
when I go wrong. dome ay we have t '. ,'
niatnsy laws already. Granted-If they
were all good ones, but many are useless
soue absolutely pernicious and sonnld
be wiped oWf the statute book. BDeug a
I democrat I will abide by the action of
the primary. With good will toward all
mttent. I am you trulyI
j___ OHN W. TRNC i.
Member School Board.
The friends of J. A. King hereby an-
nounce him a candidate for member of
the Alachua County School Board, trom
District No. r, subject to the action 91
ithe Democratic primary to be held May
so, and they solicit the support of al
Democratic voters both du'ia the tema
paign and at the polls on eleton day.
3XAMI NAT ION
F RE E.
D1., Mrit d0rtheill,
Intlsrlachen I IA.
Garineeville, at the Brown House,
March a3th and s4th.
HNigh Springp, March j5 and Ad.
Lake City, MUrch and a8.
REMEMBER THE DATE
C. C. THOMAS.
ATTMateyV AT IaW,
Opposite Brown Houae.
'Phone No. 97.
ATfORNiVr At r.AW,
Oalneaville, -. 1ls:arq.
Ofce Ian Miller*s Lew s*ehiesg,
f d You L- ......
uvlnvji uauuLj p
J. Runkle, Proprietr,
OAIZSVILL, IA. "
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, DEADLY PNAllftI ,FIRE.
Head of MormOn Ohureh lls- Co e
mittesitht He Ha* Openly Va.
stled .aw Against polygesmy.
A Wiaahlugton dispatch says: Th
oatfesaloe otf President BSmith, of th
Mormon church, was the sensatiopn C
the proceedings Thursday before th
senate comrmttee on privilege@ an
elections. Mr. Smith, whose ezxainl
tlon was continued fromom Wedoeaday'
session, said the manifesto of 1.90,ha
VALottOOO NAILE D,*UW IiWJWN a LAWS-
- WIl Net si Passd Uit- Congress-.
8 *-uffrag 8ttutt Only for the
No Negro Ever Dkied at spra "*ourt.
e Grover Cleveland's Table .. special to The A..lant costitu
S- Uion treom Washington says: In pass-
P E'T Ing upon the contest cae of Dantaler
SSO WRITES EX-PRESIDNT Levr, vo repreentaton
d from the Columbia, South Carolina.
.Large Tract, in Lklhoma Swept,
S. Causing Lass of Life and Property.
Com mittee pegiii n ni vestioga- Five persona waro burned to death
Co ittee e s iestiga n ,00o re miles of territory -in
tin0 Of MGrmoio'S Status, liowa and Comanche counties, pOlg.
ii'oma,. ware swept by prairie fires
Wednesday, according to' rolorta e*-
SMITH A STAR WITNESS edived at Lawton T.hursday. Hutdr 5da
of people are homeless, aD4 it is lI-
possible to estimate adcatrately the
financial loss, ,owlng t* wide ex.
rho Highest Of ,clal in Mormon Church tent of country a4pott. ,
Testi-ies that He Adhici-s Aso- ,At llobart, the jdttF leat ot K'owa
l,,t t Hi BAl A oi,ef in" county thO flrS-proached rpom tha
p.ly.-C y. s t, destr.itf th.be stables on afteen others with plural T
Polygar'Y" Iranches, WJiti -residences, two busi- Jeft him a-d others with plural ft-o
Po'gayh. sch es lid various smaller build- lies In.the unfortunate pooltiogr of be-
Th I t i ss hoe"estd vato the sou thwest, the log compelled to defy the law or desert
Tholinv.sligI- unfl1. t. d(17- 1110 -elogs,. Spreading to the southwest, the the'r families. Frb him llf e had..
Iherlp-r i,. ,I s,,,,,e ,' r .r, ,.. in to re- freo AWept 76,000 acres of government prether fred to ".take chaes wit he ha
taln his e.,.:tr in 1. I' l. I SIat It sen- military od timber reserve and In- preferwre theo "take haedla ih thel
dilt 'school reserve. destroying 4verila"w" rather tha 'to dsace himself
ale and nt ,l all/y ,!--In[. the poiltl- Indian houses and 'forty head ot gov- and degrade his fnamly bl abandon-
cal stairn of it. h%,irn, clhurch,-was ernment cattle. Spreading westward had wbor es and the chadmittedr that he
forruall bogUti ,u \i.l .higton Wed- the flames covered miles of the home- had had children by all otbt hiv
ncsday by the ..,t t iommlttee on stead lstricet, destroying houses, barns wives asinp the manifesto apud sad
privileges and httons. an stoks' acknowledged them openly
Great interest atiach.eet tothe hear- It was. inthis ditlet that fiveper omte people o U whem op
ings because of tho diuail purpose. of. ons are reported to hav perished 1 without Interference or disturbance
the inquiry. Oth.r investigation have attempting to protect twer property,' characteried .aU Icberai and broad
been directed at thlie rights of certain '.c f-.-.z-1t a ."a minded. a b a
contestants to eoats in congress, but TE KIN" O YOCK. 6 great has become the interest la
Uev'er before has ,there beoni inaugur-. .. the Investigation that t decide
ated an inquiry into creeds or. poli.lcl .t Money Lender Getes 2,O0 intreet to post a policeman at the door of the
factors to det.ranua w ihch-r an un- 4,000 for Four Years. room of he committee on privileges
lawful influence is buing exerted in til After paying Maor William Bell and elections where the hearings are
political affair of the nation Such la more than $82,000 as interest on a loan progressing. All persons except those
the nature of the Smootl rtilry and t ers hforarles t. Rand, a Chicago direelJy Interested were not permitted
(hded thaeninhe arl wi extend eal estate dealer, wanted to "call t in the room, though outside the door
ovceded that h l w,.] w ll x ien deal off." To his surprise he found it was Impossible almost to maintain
over several week-. that Major Bell still hold his checks a passage way through the corridor'
Prest official of the churhigh-chwas on t or $7.950, none of which had 'been of the capitol.
stand all day. lth chwah, uas on ttal i'ented to the bank. Judge Kava- Attorneys for the protestants in the
stand all day. e waon quest nli ugh has ordered that a decree be case said they intended to provw that
closely an regain tlo the priniicpls or -nierode compelling the return of the the defendant is connected with a
divine rovelai.ont ourlity" and checks, but has denied blerarchy which practices polygamy
He said he itIaiII 1ls,.iilhuilt'y to all the prosontation for the return of ez- and connives at violations of the Law
the teachings of thle i linrcA 1'1 i 11 i ut r es and that Smoot's very vote as senator
gard and Ihit Ii tlilnt.iself h'ad licit ess. Is controlled by the M frmon church.
visited with dl l]in-t Jlit.s|)it(iriii from Presaldent Joseph H. Smith confessadd
God, direo(ing1 hi na.; lo dLAilli n CLERK SHOT BY CRANK. that he himself had continued to co-
matteors jp('r: rdti r iu i(," clfj fit cf habit with his plural family since the
the church, tfuhtill no angols haln Escaped Lunatlo.Uses Gun on Employe manifesto of 1890, and that he realized
coW@ to him as( In the I cnae of the of War Department, fully that he was violating the state
revelation to his unc-li,. J(Fo'.ii Smrilth, Robert Manning, a messenger In the laws. President Smith also 'testified
Jr., the founder of the chfureh. lie war department at Washington, was that Reed Smoot had to got the con
subscribed to the standard of atilhority attacked by a crank in his room In sent of his afaoclate apostles In the
for church relation to -the r rveatitin the department Thursday morning church before be could become a can-
*Commanding polygamy as imnlt. iii wn and shot In the back. Th'e assailant didate for senator.
'to the ArNstl nre lden l In n viiult from _-- i -t .. .ArA ..
1,-.- -1 ---V........... ....&.. ..... W rII qu:l.[i II.Zwas qu y uv pu fw a a iil,-
Sl'an angel In bisck." V1.' ziinu sa.l' that ed. Manning's wound is believed to be
'bhe still beliovaEr I tI po lye; nlly. serious.
The commnitne wunt irtnt oxocutil'e The name of the man as shown by
essilon, andi naftu a full tticusslont do- papers taken from him, Is J. O'Brien,
cided to allow ilic itme.niot latitude to an inmate of St. Blisabeth asylum.
the hearings, which nair'u't that court
praCticoa will hiK iti,,tl|ed. Tihe pro- JAP RAIDERS ARE BUSY.
testants said tliey r-arnitii this s a ---.
Victory for tltcher. They Appear In Fores at Various
The attormyn afor the deofense- points In Manchuria.
Mosars. A. S. Wuirihingto.n of \VWashl- Much uneasiness has been caused
Ington and Waldvniar Vanmitt, uT AnlL In -high olrcles at St. Petersburg, as-
Lake--arrrveL eai.t, andl '-ii;ngi.d lit cording to an Associated Press dln
consultation with their client patch, by the making public of tne
John Carllslo, formiir mi.'-
lperly ropresentailv, In (i n-ro!s and headwaters of the Yalu and are now
the attorney who iirnh.itnil'rl (he sulc. within. only one 'hundred and fifty
4easful protest against lnriglianam Htlj- miles of Kirin and Mukden and have
erts against remaining his seat In con- control of most of the country on the
gross, are counsel for the contefituantat upper Yalu and along the Tumsen rIv-
,A half dozen witnesses, nearly aill ot e.r
them offiMcals of the Murmrnn ehtirhb,
Oecupled aeits at the renar ut the lartgeo IBERIAN RAILWXV MENACED.
Quite a number of womni were ini Several Miles of the Road Reported
attendance and w,'i.lifti the plro 'od- Destroyed by the Japs.
Ings with Interesi. That the Japanese raiders that have
---- -.. gon north, as well as those that have
CASTRO RECALLS MINISTER. landed at Possiet bay, have not been
--. Iidle. Is shown In a dispatch made pub-
Requests Representative at Washing- lie at St. Petersburg Thursday night,
to to Come Home for a "Talk." said to be from Toklo. It reports that
General Ilariua:nil-Cz, t1n V(iiitz-lsa.n the Japanese have succeeded In pene-
minister atn( 'asliigl(,nu ha reI-OL'lv(od a rating Manchuria to the northwest of
brief communiinlcalt roi tni l; F'roeign Vladivostock and have actually do-
office that Preiltelnt (.'sairo depatres, stroyed several miles of the BSiberian
hirp to return hioero for a con',reonce railway.
"upon certain Ioatterat tihich il is eIns-
ler to talk about iha n to writo. nalout." CONFESSED TO WIFE MURDER.
The-minister experi-s (o l'-tu\ Wash-
Ington shortly. Dying Man in South Carolina Exoner-
ates Negroes Who Were Lynched.
CHINESE SIGNAL TO JAPS. While bylng In Colleton county, S.
C., former Bection Foreman Jones, of
lArr'eted by Russians and Given Warn. the Atlantlo Coast Line road, has con-
lAg of Death Penalty, fessed being the murderer of ahis wife
6-... ADxS-:-.. ---...- ... Citl-1-. ~-----
S According to a dispatcn revolved in at iRavenai, u. u., rourteun miles rurom
4' St. Petersburg front Pbrt Arthur t\eon-' Charleston In May. 1902.. for which
'ty Chinese were arrested there for lug. crime three negroes were lynched.
l ailing -the ,Jhpaneeo ships off I-no Many people do not believe the dy
ht hore with flanhlalgts and lant'irni. Ing confesslop of the man, declaring
'. A warning has betn Issteucl that halin that it Is only the ravings of one whose
1 lar offenders will heroaftfer be trenital mind had become weakened anli wreck
an s gS and, about, ed by-disease ad suffering.
S .FORY' ACRES CAVE IN.
,. MORE PAY FOR HIGH OFFICIALS.
Sinking of Earth In Coal Region is Provision of Bill Introduced In the
Causes Immense Damage. Senate by Galllnger.
e oft Ihe o m extcunsive cave-4ne Senator oalllnger has introduced a
ttthe northernat murt coal. ,c M bill Increasing the salaries of the ex-
that the northern annhrnlte coal rt- ocutive oilers of the government and
glen has ever eOsittri, t.ci nctirred In also of the .senatOrs and members' ot
West ScrantL&4 l'e.. Satttitnl.. It was tho house of representatives. The
caused by the nettlJng of tin. surface ili fixed the following scale:
over a vI o0 tUla..B.i-lIIuVuo c,,lllery. President .$75.;00; vice president..
The cave'4n- sffiap n area of -about 11.04;0' snpeker of the houe., $2.000:
rt scavrn-e. f emb rA of the, cabinet, $15.000 each;
forty acres. -Aicut 'SO6 hotluea havq cosators and members of the house
been' wreched mtud .,0aaty fa.ullee had 53,000 each,
, trrew cao po',s f' d eah. TRACKAMEN LO8E THEIR FIGHT.
S: SIMMONS A CANDt)ATE. Atlantlo 0cSat Lins Wine Out Over
"' e Jtc "-- Striklng Employees.
ChriefoJiastici OuvGeora ir
o lefrJustice du Ceorgla Supremeo PraIdent John T. Wilson. of the
C urt Announces for Re-Election. maintenance of way employees,. issued
Chief Just'e a' T. iJ. itiutt(Ins, of the an order Thturs4sy calling off the
i supreme court or t,,coaLn. las made WstSke 4n the Atlantic Coast Line, as
"'ii tDPiolement to the demurratile vot v It was seen that the strike was riot
o Yeat the state '( hip cnLiuacy til -epEctl.ve cad very rew vacanciee exist-
Ii t#e mfflce ih now htht.< ead It the entire system.
:,ad whI #'. 1Qa;d sina tbo rea K- The strike was called on February
i ~J 1g E. Bl3eck. II, because the company refused to
Sr:lts t ldi'"..i/- .7... 1" grant -the demands of the t'ratk sr#e
"',' for shorter hogrs 0tarigd alir4a.3 Wagoe.
__a. N-G 8 BIG DEAL *N Tl EtR LANDS.
K Sa Pn -Find ?;,North Carolalan. TO -7tet"aa M"OO
-With initrtion i to w. '. ,'. ww
*a1 with Saf t
491 cones fro,
1iteuce thter to
afchy. it. s saI
i d 2t the 6do- ''
CALL FOR CANAL MONEY.
Shaw Advises National Banks That He
Will Draw on Deposits.
Secretary Shaw has advised all spe
clal national bank depositories, Icplud-
Ing those of New York city, that they
will be required to pay, on account ol
the Panama canal purchase, 20 per
cent of their holdings of government
funds on or before March 25.
The 20 per cent aggregates about
$80,000,000, leaving about $20,000,001
to be supplle.l from the treasury. It
had been decided heretofore to have
the depository national banics In New
York city pay the Individual proper.
tions over to the New York sub-treas-
ury at once to meet at this.time the
payment of $10,000,000 due Panama
and later to pay the new canal com-
pany at Paris the $40.000,000 due it
on Qall of the national bank deposilo-
rica of New York city.
in view, however, of news received
from Par's later In the day to the
effect that the French at once would
call a meeting of its directors and car
ry out the formalities necessary to th
transfer of the title in the property to
the United States, It was thought best
to make the two payments to thu cana.
company and the republic of Panama
concurrently about April 1.
FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY
Fixed by Georgia Board for Return of
Property for Taxes.
All property owned by Georgians on
February 1, 1904, must be returned
for taxation and paid for during the
year 1904. The date was determined
by the board appointed by the legisla-
ture for that purpose, composed of the
governor, comptroller general and
Great secrecy Is maintained as to the
date fixed for the return of property
for If It was known. It sl not Improba-
ble that many people owning stocks
and bonds and valuable Jewelry would
take the same out of the state on that
date and return with It the next day.
JUS#PICD THROUGH WINDOWS.
'Delegalte at County Convention Es-
asp Opponents In Unique Manner.
The democratic county convention.
which met Tuesday at Clayton, Mils-
sourl, to select delegates to the con-
vention for the nominations for the
office of governor and state ofmcoe,
ended in a row and a spilt, the Folk
delegates, to escape their opponents.
Jumping from -the windows of the
court housb, where the convention
NventLally the opposing delegates
met and elected delegates, while the
adherents of Joseph Fplac decided tc
meet later In the week.
REGULARS NOT NEEDED.
Admiral Walker Says Marines are Sut
nfliett to Guard Isthmus.
SAdmiral Walker, who was president
of the New Panama canal commission,
doex not approve of the Immediate use
of United States regular troops on the
Isthmus. He has told the president
that three or four huladred marines
will serve all present anis la that
CLAIMS OF NEGRO CHURCH.
.Covernmalnt is .Asked to Relleve I$
Battw' at Atlanta eergla.
senator clr,' ofr oedria. lare tom*ee
tl the senate TherdSay. bill a ,p V'
plttfa ft.00 f-r or, 6 "e1
se",i, oX1t s B0,td
Satemnnt of Kansas Congresenapn on
Floor of House Bringe Forth Em.
phatfplo Daa--Apology Mad
A Washington special says- The
house, 'Thursday, resumed considers
tion of the District of Coluiblia a.ppro-
piation bill In committee of the
whole, Mr. Lawrence, of Massachu-
setts, in the chair. :
Mr, Webb, of North Carolina, called
Attention to the statement made a few
daysa ago- by Mr. Scott, of Kansas,- that
a negro had dined In the white house
while Mr. Cleveland. was president,
and answered that he had written the
former president sending him an e*-
tract from the Record and asking him
If the statements made by Mr. Scott
Cleveland Makes Denial.
Thursday morning Mr. Webb receiv-
ed the following reply, which he read
amid applause on the democratic side
"Princeton. N. J., March 2, 1904.
"Hen. B. H. Webb, House of Repre-
"Dear Sir-It Is a matter of small
concern to me that a Mr. Scott has
seen fit to use my name in a display
of his evil propensities on tne floor of
the house of representatives.
"In answer to yur Inquiry, however,
I have to may of his statement that
the colored nhan, H. J. Taylor took
lunch with me at the white house,
that It is a deliberate fabrication out
of the whole cloth.
"As far am Taylor Is concerned, I
understand, prior to hid appointment
as registrar of deeds at Washington,
that he had served as an assistant In
the office of the city attorney at Kan-
sas City. His nomination as regis-
trar was confirmed by the senate and
he served to that place with Intellil.
gence and efficiency. He baa sinca
died. Some people restrain themselves
from abusing the dead.
"My Inquiries concerning Taylor be-
fore his appointment and my observa-
tion of him during hls incumbency and
the -little I have known of him' since,
satisfied me that h!s character sl very
unjustly attacked by the diatribe of
"One charge Isa made against Taylor
by Mr. Scott which he doubly clinches
with the truth when he declares:
'" He was a black negro.' I am
led, however, to doubt his familiarity
when he adds 'as black as you ever
saw.1 Vours very truly.
(Signed) "GROVER CLEVELAND."
"Not a Fool Friend."
Mr. Webb said he wanted this de-
nial to travel that the statement of
Mr. Scott mght be overtaken.
"Mr. Cleveland was a friend of the
negro, but not a fool friend," sahl
"He never by word or act encourage.
ad the dream of social equality in the
breast of the black man."
This was greeted with applause by
"Again," he continued. "he was the
friend of the colored man, but he was
also the friend of the southern white
man and sympathized with us In our
race problems and race burdens, and
that, sir, is more than Mr. Roosevelt
seemed ever to have done."
Scott Makes Apology.
Mr. Scott said he accepted the state-
ment of Mr. Cleveland as true and of.
fered his apology to Ihe former preal.
dent. In Justice to himself, said Mr
Scott, he desired to say that he never
heard the report denied.
Mr. Swanson (Virginia) asked Mr.
,Scott where he had heard the report.
to which Mr. Scott replied that he had
seen the statement in newspapers.
Mr. Swanson asked further for a
copy of a newspaper containing the
Mr. Scott explained that tnese state-
ments were made several years ago
and the papers might not be easily pro-
cured. He said that he had made full
apology to Mr. Cleveland.
Mr. Scott added that he had brought
to Mr. Cleveland for the first timo In
the four years applause from the dem-
ocratic side. This was doubly applaud.
cd on the majority side of the cham-
CASSINI AND HAY CONFER.
They Discueg the Growing Ill-Feellng
In Russia Against Amerilesns.
An Important conference, lastiag
more than an hour, occurred In Wash
Ington Tuesday between Beeretary Hay
Oad Count Cassinl. the Russian ambas-
sador. The growing Ill-feellag In Ruq-
ala against Americans and the at-
tacka of certain parts of the American
press against Russia was the main sub-
aCsAUeS SALARY STOPPED.
Alleged Resn WiW Venuamelan MIs.
later Lav WaeMlnt ,
It ia Bsat"ed it' Met e that the
VetBuebwa l isause ti Wav aginte"
Wi biq closed because Pres det I9%.
tl has stepp th salary t Mt Isl
Crazy Negro Runs Amuck on Alabama
Great Southern Train.
A negro supposed to be crazy board-
ed the Alabama Great Southern south-
bound express at Meridian, Miss.,
Monday morning at 1:30 o'clock and
after forcing his way Into the mail
car shot Postal Clerk Stockton dead
and fatally wounded Postal Clerk Bass
The negro made his escape, the train
returning to Meridian to get new pos.
tal clerks. There a posse was at once
organizedd and sent In pursuit of the
murderer. Bloodhounds were also put
on b's trail.
It was at first thought that a hold-
up was planned, but not attempt was
made to rob the malls, the express car
or any of the passengers
INITIAL "DIVERSIFICATION" FARM
To be EStablished in SouEh Carolina
By Agricultural Department.
Professor W. J. Splllmain. the agroes-
tologlst of the United States depart-
ment of agriculture, has arrived In Co
lumbla. S. C.. for the purpose of estab-
lishing the first of the diversification
farms In the south, determined upon
by the general government. This farm
Is to be known as Diversification l'arm
It Is contemplated by this new de-
parture to teach the farmers in thie
south how to combine business meth-
ods with agriculture of various kinds,
other than cotton, upon sclentlfic lIn':a.
IRISH ARE FOR RUSSIANS.
At Meeting In New York United States
Is Requested to Favor Russia.
At a mq ting at, the Academy of Mu-
ale. In New York, undet the stnpiesm
of the Clan-Na-Gael. to celebrate the
126th anniversary of the birth of Rob-
ert Umamett, resolutions w6re adopted
scoring the socalled polley of the
United States In the f. RUant and ask,
lag that the burden of favor be turn-
ed to Russia rather than 3apsaa
SENATE OONFI RMATION
Psetmetemr IH Plorida *t Aesured of
S In@Istal C.mnlu s oleA
.'xi seatie ia emseestm fetes
.Wa. seaay, .enf rse th H'atwm
To Prevent Soil Washinx.
The past two seasons have been un-
nasally favorable to soil washing, and
many acres of slope land have been
carried to the level bottoms below or
borne away by high water. This loss
of fertility It followed up yenr after
year would impoverish the hill land to
such an extent as to render it entirely
worthless for crop raising. As wash-
ing occurs mainly where soil Is loose
and 'sandy In texture, such ground
needs extra protection in the line of
drain ditches and cross plowing. Fre-
quently where It Is necessary to crop
the land situated on bill slopes, the
mere opening of a ditch at the tipper
end of the cultivated portion will pre-
vent serious loss from washing by
keeping the water from the land above
from coming down in Injurious quan-
titles over the field. The use of strips
of soil binders through the cultivated
field is also to be recommended. These
should be sawn crosswise of the bill.
and any good pasture grass will an-
swer the purpose provided the roots
are strong and penetrate the ground
to some depth. In plowing a field
that washes badly it Is well to bear In
mind that furrows made, lengthwise
of the hill are conducive to soll wash-
ing; hence It is always a good plan to
plow the-land crosswise. Organic mat.
.ter, such as barnyard manurte, rubbish,
hay or stubble plowed Under, will tmn-'
til entirely decomposed, aid In keep-
Ing the mail particles In their p'lace0
through heavy rWaifall. In the same
manner badly washed ditches may "be
effeetlvel closed by the se of -hay oi
stbw li pu flclent quantities to W'e-
Vent rurether carryilung was pf aqa
ceat WetL Ofttqa e rain,, eeopae s
eateeir that the water someb in. gt fi
a body dowk the. billidee, lm, 4 een*
pad" tlvrdy dry seosew tho l td
w a mash oe ,
. ,t tes i f t the, ...
district, house elections committee
No.4l refused to take into considera-
tion the costitutional questions which
the-attorueyh for the contestnlat raised.
Thil mease. that other contests.
which hau sno other baasis than the
claim that the election lawb or con-
stitutlons of southern states contra-
vene the cons UtuUon of the United
States, will result In favor of the Sit-
ting member: Certainly this will be
the paae it the present precedent is
followed, until the supreme court of'
the United States passes upon these
constitutional questions and puts a
quietus upon agitation; .-
The committee 'in Ita report virtual-
ly says that the issues attempted to
be made before it belong properly to
the supreme court. It holds:
"If the house should unseat the con-
teetee on the ground that no .. valid
election was held, or could be held in
the district under the present constitu-
tion and election laws o0 South Caro-
lina, a similar construction -would re-
quire the house, In ease of contest, to
unseat all the members from South
Carolina and from most of the other
southern states, and that new elec-
tions could not be held to fill the va
cancles until the respective constihu
tons of these states had been chang.
ed so as to comply with tae recon-
struction acts. The question, there-
fore, is one of far-reaching Impor-
tance. It Involves in Its outcome the
right of a very large number of mem-
bers of the house to their seats. But
the decision would have no binding
effect upon South Carolina except in
this particular case.
"A legislative body is not the ideal
body to pass judicially upon enact-
ments of other bodies. We have in
this country a proper form for the de-
cis!on of constitution and other legal
questions. Any citizens of South
Carolina deprived of his right to vote
can apply for redresse to the proper
court and on up to the supreme court
of the United States. A decision of
that court would be binding, but a de-
s'slon of the house would not be con-
sidered binding or in any way estab-
lishing a precedent."
Dismissing the constitutional ques-
tion as belonging to another tribunal,
the commUttee decides that
"There is nothing in the record or in
the case to sustain any part of a
claim that the contestant, Dantzler,
was elected. It s1 Indisputable that If
an election were held at all in this dis-
trict, the contestee. Lever, was fairly
The decision of the committee was
Mr. Lev&'s republican opponent was
A. D. Dantaler. a wealthy old negro,
an ex-slave, unable to read or write
more than his own name. At the elec-
lion Dantzler only received 167 votes
against 4,220 cast for Lever. Dantzler
alleged, however, that upward of 7,000
negroes appeared at the polls and of-
fered to vote for him, but were pre-
vented from doing so. The evidence
showed that there was no real basis
for this claim-that. In fact. It was for
the most part Imaginary.
POSTAL CLERKS SHOT.
Niss sgar *sttu ens.
The egg eating hen I* an Intolerable
nuisance. She Is a twin ulster to the
chicken eating hog. There have been
many plans suggested to cure. her of
this habit, but she is still at It, and
perhaps always will be. Her appe-
tite is certainly an abnormal one when
It craves the contents of an egg. Some-
times red pepper has been put tIn the
shells of the nest egg, but the experi-
meat has not been a roaring success.
One poultryman uses heats that are so
small that the hen cannot reach down
under her body to peck at the egg after
shabe has laid It and the nest box is so'
high-that she cannot reach the egg
when she stands, upon the edge of the
box. Nests are sometimes provided
that allow the egg to roll down Into a
darkened place where the hen cannot
ice It and she wonders what she Is
cackling at. Hens rarely eat porcelain
eggs.-Green's Fruit Grower.
Not Patent on t. .
Some of the best horses -ever brought
to America were' bred by the farmers
of England, France and Belglium.
These men 1got a -good mare or two,
used them to Work their farms, bred'
them to the best sires they could find.
producing stallions that hand admirable
conformation and disposition for draft
horse sires. Some of tlie beat trolters
ever bred were produced by farmers
who owned well bred road mares nnd
Wanted then to good stallions. Who
will any lthaint these minen, who use the
dams for the purpose for which tbeir
produce Is Intended, cannot produce
horses that are equal to those of the
great breeding establishments? asks
Stockman and Farmer. They can and
often do. There Is no patent on horse
breeding, 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 L-as a -good mire to give her f
chnnee to do her best, and that menus
to mate her properly and take care of
Meat and (Grain Forr Foo4.
Foods colitaining protein-are given
rows to Increase the milk production.
and 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 suiffelent quantity of succu-
lent food must be given to formulate
the proper balance. Yet this same anan
protests when It Is suggested tlint the
same rule should apply to laying hons.
The proper feeding of poultry Is not
so difficult as any one would think.
nor Is the feeding of any animal, for
If one possesses a knowledge of the
needs of the nnimnl he Is feeding, lie
will readily find out w'lint foods will
supply such needs. Feed tlie variety
of grains by nall means as well as an
occasional supply of animal feed. ti1nt
do not overlook thi need for green
food. This same rure works the oilthier
way, so do not attempt to obtain re-
mills from green food and grain ant
the expense of the animal fond. In
some way get at the properly bnalanred
ration and then profitable results will
To make a good farm gate male it tfi
two pnar( as shown In the cut hllop'.
Make It four feet four Inclies high and
any length desired, from ten to sixteen
feet; twelve feet Is preferable. Mnke
it out of good white oak lumber one by
four Inches. At the ends where yo3
nall Us. one strip on each side and nail
from both sides. In the centre piaceF-
post in the ground, leaving it about
eight itches high. To this huok one
part of the gate. Use a slide latch. If
you have hogs use two latches, one at
top and one at the bottom. Gate posts
should be nine feet long and about six-
teen inches In diameter, set four feet
in the ground. With good, heavy
hinges and proper care this gate should
last twenty years.-Norman T. Atklns,
in The Epltomlst.
lege of the life b
ott a4 l O1 i Is the first es
ti to It eonatrol. Every fruit g
uhouil faeMllerhle himself wI
dlffer6 nt tuges by studying il l -
In his own orchard.
The dealing moth passes I ,he
In the larval stage. Tlio larrtae
be found Ineased In silk.,n eoon
craoks and holes in tile trees an
houses where apples hai. fI-.en 8tor
In the .spring these larvaen clea>,t
pupae, from whlib thil i,-iiil ('ae
aboot a week afttr the 1,llp Is
The adult Insect or moi I I,1, itt
known among fruit growi,.rs ani,
taoths ake often nlstak.ni 1,r if .i
varies somewhat In size. luvt thii. n 1
mum spread of Its w igs a9
three-fourths of an inihi. fr,
wings are of a browil.it r.oy e
and are crossed with iii,. of
scales, giving them the ,,raic
watered silk. At the tips l,f the whii|
thdreI i a large brows t'I.,t, in will(
are many scales of brown ze, ir rg,ld Th
hind wings are graylih lr in I(lo
Taken as a whole, the ('olI,riiig a th
moth. is such 'that when restinrg M
old grayish bark. it ijs so ik th bar.
that It is not easily dlstinguishedi
The mqth lays her eggs, g f~w dy~
after emergence, on the leaves of applg
or other food plant, or on the friiii. A
Smiajority of the eggs of the first gen.
eration asire laid on, the leave., hill'
the greater part orf liost ,rf iln seco
generation are laid upon Iii. frmilr
The eggs of tills insect n,.r uveg
noted until witliln conip:ir:aiiuely r-.
cent years. They are of n pi-arly whito
color annl are lilke thin. 41184 ,Ls
'Around tin edge there is : i,.,ir,e net.
work of ridges, while tot ainl il I prtMg
these ridges are finer.
A red ring, wlhic-h adlia(Iic.te-v P (n.
bryo, appears in the egg f'r\~ ,laiys
after It Is laid. In abhoit ,*.*ri jayji
(varying somewhat with I,'ii|.r-ritlure)
tlUe young larva breaks i1ts ay % it ofi
the sholl and seeks to ePntir ilh frtit.:
Recent work tends to show that a
large number of the lI -v'n, which
hatch from eggs depolti'l nn thai
leaves eat small porIlons o0 r 1 hi
leaves before finding fruit. The Iarrvat
a, the moth, or adult ini. t; b, tli
egg, greatly enlarged; c, tli lutil gr-wa
larva; d, the pupa; e, the 1 u., 1 11 ia;8 (-
'co i on tIin e iUnne i-t ttll 'iii it 'it.' it
bark; f, niflt on bark ii-rl riiic p "i
skin from ilhich it emerged.
have some difficulty InC eit-ri'g the1
smooth sides of the fruit; li<-iit- thelly
usiially outer at tIme cnI' x. Or' tdil
advantage of some Irreguimri'. In iThe
Alout elghity per cent. of the' lannr
of the first generation nilr th' fruit
by way of the cnlyx, while tIl' nittlier-
Ity of the second generaiti l emter at
the sides, especially where f'riiii are
touchirng. Upon entering h,, frtillt l IN
larva feeds nmmedlately unmulir ilih s,
face for a few days anmit ti.n itn-
Uilences a tuitniel toward ith .Iltre1o
the frult., where it eatIs lnit a In @'
cavity. It lives lu tliI fr'i tioalt n
twenty dnys and grows iiiilikh Or
whitish, uutil It Is n t libolit Hi ,, ilt
of an luch In length, wliu. l.i-,td fui
grown, It makes a tuni'l Ih Hte l et,
side of the fruit. Thle I.irva tits
crawls out anid immediately st-iL't
place In which to spin It Rcon '-n,.
Work should be liegulin aI' in tie
fall or early In the springg, anl P"
ventivo tre atment should be iolltt L
snuae n all cases, except tlint 1i
Western orchard should tie Irriotd
freely, and every second tree sh0i
be cut out. The soil should recemvel
shallow cultivation for a year and
dressing of manure. The follow
year cover crops, such as c(,wptS "
red clover, should be sown and tl9d01
under, and this should hie repPePl
every few years. Branches shiotliI li
cut out whlero they nre niltted tw
gether, thus allowing, ac es of SFl
light and spraying solution. The deta
branches and stubs should ile lcuit s
and burned. It Is highly imports
that the cut ends be snim)olh A
dressed with shellac varnish or rs
Ing wax. All of the rough bark sho
be scraped from the trunks and Irg
branches. The holes In the tr
should be filled with plaster r ce
thus confining all larvae that ar
them nnd preventing others from 0
tearing later In the season. n
If proper attention Is given -
orchard when it Is young. no s8
work will ever be necessary.
And the old rooster, even he
a good deal more then he sertr"-e -
Many believe that eggs absorl
after being laid, by coming tni con
'lth foreign substances.
Steamed clover hsa Is a good slit
tute for grass now that the latter --
act belongs to the bybones.
A tight roof, a dry floor and
free from cracks are very ea
things in tile makeup of a
House. hn to
The. natural time for a hen to sb
from Febrinae tat October, but by
ente methba, she cap be made to
the whole year rold id..
One in a While you wf l nd the
en all the layWl i. -'veryI plate
oe or mwo eat that dind of hfal
If f m'u amr walating to hit?
-"ow b et4,.I yown nearest
t simhow 'P ",i be "tand
'W ft, win J
,TNH TIwlO.e-WwiK STAt. aAINISVILL, P: A.
'L'' lrT 011O TIME LADIES' MAN.
ihew' s i o M ared for port" Just theta a vogue for high romance
waI wins sot a passion to me; Prer-tiled, sad I'd a : nut-up yearning;
onp stl aifh st ay sort The hollow cheek, the hungry Iner,
Snnlarspsonsriive shudders through Betrayed the fever inly burnmin;
e;eAt incunvenient times the thing would oat,
l ia t, sedentary mind &Especially when ladies were about,.
.. Stated exercise of any kiLd.
- Aalso, when others smote the sphere
With bat or mallet, boots or putter,
I etarmed with soag the female ear,
Aaid made the female bosom fluitter,
do pyd the zither and recited
oEms of young loves prematurely blighted.
Imng as I have aLld I had
That kind of Voice that folks call flutyy,"
I trilled of "Memories- strange sad"
ot "Psdnso" and the "Eyea of Beauty."
L at mes divinely doel the early bird
Swbn tat s. worm a s recently ocurreJl.
Attlnai dilihtfuli mur of arloam,
-" -l lty aliterior to tea time,
Inartlysed the drawing room
With trifle* o f my own in three-time,
Till at'the tir ae* heavy with desire.
And proqtrate matrons begged me t'o re-
AlOtK. OWIN BlIANSCO MIUt slat
J k broken leiartaed iln his
o 0 dreary little rouni on I I'
aW P third floor of M>lt'-le's
01 Flats. Outshle the .sun waits
sbhing, but John BruAnsco'iiilteh ludil ta,
eyes for anything but the trouble aiuil
despair which stared lili In Ihe fai-e.
A glance at him wns stilli'lerinl to taoi-
vince one that he wi a.11 as tlld aiitAn.
an Intelletunal man, titerly i it! of keLp-
Ing withhis llaiurro:aiding..; for Mr-
Cabe's Flats were inot coni|lertious fur
wealthy Inhialiaiatsi tI or l iuurlons iP.
potlntinie 's. If u nliytlinig, Ila'L-t! itis
among them a clihronit' libit tif JISI
secraping the rent togtlitr hi Iliina' to
avoid ejectment. They- wtre noi :I Ianv
class of tenants; on ithe Cotiaitry. ItIt"
were, as a rule, clenn stand italinl li i s,
hard working, coiitnioulnii;;(i-. il lhion-
est, who Just managed lto :ai.%\ hi 'ar \ ay
and exist, and that wivas nil.
And John Bransconit ., hoiti. till,'
seven or eight years befor.'. Ih. I n la a 1
eat competency, a comforltalrl h bonit-, ji
wife and friends aid aitCuf intriitai.'s liI
abundance, had fallen sto lIl I:i:t i
now sat there witr l his l '.3 liai-l a,1i
the empty stove, stlirnag iao .t.-.ain.'
with hias cupboardl as Liarei i. f.ail a
his heart was full of dc-i':.r -bl.i:.
His mind I techanialanlly r't-i-w ait_-
last five or six years uf lill lif'. a.1 s 1
of boundless energy, ait ljiiit a 'i-,
all ending In bitter dis:i[lf iia iii .ili. l.'I
sees the wife with whomi lt.' aii::'rr't.'>I
and parted after tlwo .,ars;" of aliin'p ri
ment and happiness; balse-... ihl fr.ailias
witl i whom he hoat lonii i.'. st\'rrtl
all hltercoiurte. He si ,-s lia r. or.--iti-
beloved Inventions-for" whlt-I he lai:
saerlflced wife, friends, aiin,i., i at.\'
thing, both on the thrai-'.l it l'd 'of .a
and ending in nothing; hll' rs' t" l ti' I
to a lawsuit which f lt as itt ir.'-', ita i1 f.'
length along for'three wt'r.ir'y ir.. O S111
which Is now at a statndsttlll for l.-Ik iif
funds to carry it on; ilte *.',iiil, oni
which he had built iall lii' r.'-i-.iiitai0
hopes, stolen front hlni ly a r.i.ts':ill
agent he bad trusted.
Absorbed InR hTs world, firIil liy anlia-
tion, he neglected, uninteInli' iii 1ilY. li.s
wife, a good vouana, bit n irn-ittl one.
"When she asked blinh to lit' ll, i, 1 .'i wi'a'n
his work nand herself, I. s iinfiatL tliili
allowed him to let tier go. \ t Itn la
grew harder and colder 11to his frielula .
as successive das-na l iis lla'it ia-a I'PI;gi I l l
tell on him, he sitw thlir l-Siti % s groia I
more and more Infretiulslit, i.: Il in ii.fI
pride said, "Let them shty inta s .nIl.
now. ruined nnd pesniltess. rill'dt of'
all he has worked for, he sits a\itli onl3
a pistol to console him nid to putil a
tragic end to a tragle life.
He gets up and Lakes his rI.'volrar
from an old satchel standing illn li colr-
ner. He bought It when li. wanIs allades
bankrupt two years ago, and fully Illi-
tended to use It. A ftesh idea taok pots-
session of his mind aqnd saved him.
hope sprang up again In his heart, naild
the thought of suicide passed aclI'ay
Now, with another diajsster crnshlihl
blaI dtravn the old notion of ending It
all ltskomq back tI hIn. and his Minad
fo tbhelast week hlna dwelt upon little
else. He has not delayed becan use he
has hesitated, or because he Is afraid;
be hat Just simply gone living on in a
dull, meaningless.m way until ills lIst
dime was gone, and then-- IIs Inst
dime was gone, and he recognizes that
the crulclal moment has conte.
As John C Ista lnias lived here for
twelve oie r'tte Oonths, as John
Comes he rt tle eire. lie has hut to
destroy the letter he sat up writing the
night before, ad be will be buried In a
paupers' grave under Ihe namebe has
assumed, the name which will tell the
It Is the one single point he Is unde-
elded upon. Even in his misery, even
In hl repair., one desire has risen up
In his heart-the desire to fling one last
letter of defiance at the world, and at
those whose ha treated him badly.
The desire has been strong upon him
to let his enemies flow to what they
have brought him.
ae laid the revolver down, opened a
drawer It the rckety old table and
drew oat a letter. It was sealed sand
addressed to the Coroner. HiesitatIng
a Emeott he broke the seal and read
lthe letter slowly.
'1U leave It," the -sad, when he bad
finished. "U I destroyed it, and diet
without S wat they'd brim In somei
flfIeslels verdict-that I was mad,
9Wr u a t" IlB have no lies tote
ashqut e woa .'l' duead.-
bte IJll tbo letter oaroa send picks ug
tile flvolveraal*. loading It c(reflaIll
'wtlt qpme efrt ldg eIa takes ftrm the
ilre<' Wit'.f* gain ills he ctlose It
.1, qs.ai' ris to tie fot.
.' le-i.t X e wiadew saapa
t ltt beak Is to the Oqr.
*i.*1. a 'rs I an j a,,f
Somehow the care of female heart.
.At that time always fef to ay lot;
Within the maue of Cupid's arts
I was their guiding star, their pilot;
Not to have loved me with a blinding pas-
Was, broadly speaking, to be out of fash.
But latterly I don't know why,
That sitar ias waned, until at last I'm
Left in the lurch while maidens fly I
lowaTd the ruder forms sof pastime;
And now their talk is all of tennis courts,
Of golf, gymkhanas and athletic sports.
I ilnon'tL complain I know there'll ie
One of these days a mild retnissance
In 'the esilustve cult of AMle;
Inview the fat lith s ome common istance;
9nc day there'll come an era of the bian
S-.at Theodore will be iiatntelf atbin.
threshold he saw a little girl rfl'ouit six
years old. a chlld with lovely wnvin i
hair and great darL eyes lghtalg ti p li
fiiir grave and Irntelllenitl iyolnd her
ye. irs. lie recognized liter its the litl
of some one li the dwelliints, a chlld
whill)o was, luring the daytime. iand
while her parent was absent nt work,
llll'on charge of by the wife of (lit
caretaker below, lie had first see n lieu
etild aluo an asionuth before, when -hie
hl d eliia i< lto ihe stirs and tulaista en
his roosit for laur mother's.
t'noine Ih, hinlet aeiglhbor; I am al-
wy.ind s glhaitla t Illk to yton."
lfa ilip fa lit he revolver stinltblly
into Ills oL'k-,t aid nd'vanced toward
Site canie In, slhtating the door be-
hind her as iauietly as a;. hud opened
it. andi sil tlo n on the chnlitr before tle
"And I'm always gaind to talk to you,"
slit itist'weredil. "1 don't like tIilkilng to
iti. ihody butll you and mnl'aauia. The
other's don't talk nice."
SWhbat shlll we talk about?"
".Abouit yourself. What were you.
Ir liig as I cane In?"
'I'l,' ll aaini started.
*\'What was I doing? I-I was start-
in;g oa a locig, long journey."
"You are going away! Oh, I am so-
i-o Btrry.. B.Uat why are you going
a.v..ya at "
*-tlivnuae." answered the man, trying
to 'ioltlifter lila emotion, and spleuk
i,;ihtly., because I can no longer stay
SiVr-IhlTire Is nothing left for me but
L, .f ."
\\ill you--" the child heslltated,
"i-ll yoi tell me where you are going?"
1I am going," said (tle man In a voice
\\hich trmnbledl In spite of his efforts
t, controll It. "I am going to a place
in lt' tlhere Is no more misery or
\atmw,'hedness; to a place where the
'sctiry ciun rest In peace, where sorrow,.
.:Il deceit, und disappolntmet t'are un-
'Tlue child ielnpped her hands.
'*.I'nd yoou will be happy there?"
Tliii, titan laow'ed hias uead.
"Yes, I hope so."
"Itaut." pers'ifed the little one, "where
is this pllli e'"''
"*h'liy do you wish to know?" he
It,'ainut'e I should like nammn a to goa
tlitr-'. too. 'Pooor tuin nin., shlie does not
tlli to silly here. Shlie Is so sad some-
ltiau's, nnd works bso hrd. Couldn't
-ir- io to thlls place you are telling me
sit'e a ill olne dany. but let us hope not
fr)ir tn loitg. llig (i t aie.'
Wlhy do you say haltt"
"For your sanke. If she went nas I am
goliIg she would leave you behind--
T'i child knitted her little brows and
at thilnkliing. TheIn suddenly she
looked up and said:
hben do 0you mean to go?"
"Ctan't you put off you:r Journey till
'Cause I likeke you so much, and
vntit to see you agnl a. It'll be ever so
long' before you come back, won't It?"
"l shall never come back."
aThe child came to the man's side and
took his hand. "1 shall never like any-
body so much ias I do you." she saId,
ltloking at him wistfully; "I shall cry
when you are gone. Won't you walt
till to.morow, please:?"
The man's figure shook witla the emo-
tiown which was stirring his soul.
"I will wait till to-morrowr." be re-
plied, at last; "for your sake 1 will wait
rtie little figure trotted to the door
"1 am so glad." the child snid. softly.
arid disappeared down the stairs in the
John Branscombe has waited In vain
all day for the promised visit from his
little neighbor. Face to face though he
was with the grept crisis of his life, he
had not thought for a moment of
breaking his promise to the child. But
morning had passed. the afternoon was
on the wane. and night would be upon
him In an hour er so. All day he had
sat silently sod patiently wafoing for
the last interview with his fitl^e friend,
Food he had none. nor did he think of
any. e only wondered why she bad
not come-bad she forolten?--was the
tlIt-was she gone.
The afternoon passed Into evening.
end atll she had not come, A church
clock outside boomed out the hour of 7
pta startled blm. At last he case to
lae conclulson he had wailed In vain.
He would ifjten for the clock std whea
t'e sound of a tight footstep en the
stair roed him. Then thu dor
en lt tad the child estme Is. excted
rTew *N9 1-. i was afraid yol
,lws~s~iL^.^it!u .la el,- .t--ua '
the mlsslve. It Wa u ldrasel.cs & atm.
Johli Comabes, In a I.reelye, leg il- oak-
Ink handwriting. He turned It over
anl stared at the back. ql'Ierp, ftiltJirid
on tfle flap. was (tie addevss of. a tritl
of lawyers lie knew.
lie tall-e the Iptter open feverishly and
glanc'dl Ithrough It.
"[lear Sir." it ran. "we have at eist
fascertained your address. nud that ynu
are lvlng iiunder the nante of John
Cs'iubea. We are gind to infornSt yit
that otdr allntal, Messrs. IKfIngtoo i &
Cat., have eoule to n sttn!afitetory nuder-
sfanmling f% itb the ilefet>litt in tilhe
case Irnnscomiabe vs. Ornmonilp. and are
ano' i n a position to nmakel you n offer
for stch rights In your ijitetat ns yon
maty lbe dialposed to cedle to tlhein. An
eurly luter ietw will be esteemed a f.t-
John Branseonilbe dropped Into Illts
cimlr. The Ilier meant isalviati.on, ant
it land eote to him by (lie hand of Iis
little wigheubor iwho litid linhlt'eld tlima to
put off "the flong Journey" he haid cotn-
temiltlhted. tBut for her ie wultlt' anve
been de~ad hnliturs ego, n:dl the news that
lt fl41t Jiustice ,vv's to Lie his would lfiave
cmnie too late.
lie dropped on Ils knee nmad drew the
child lto hlAn.
"<;od bless you, Iltle lteighlibor." lie
said. "Providence sent your tltlt. foot-
sai'ps to nme."
A gentle trap cnnte at thI door.
"tCome lit." lie salad. The door optneda
and a w*oiiiani stood In Ith doorway.
"1 begg your piirdon." she salt!; "fIs ny
Thet a eP slopped ind staggered.l
John Branscombe had ar.-Neu aiitl faaed
Ills own child hand Isa\el hlm; lil
own child had brought htsliand nutd
wife together after nearly event years.
-.Newv York Weekly.
On he nltalitlluernt A'lan.
"'6i't's tihlat wntuh worilt':" naket
Mr. Kloose. loititiag to onae In the sa uvi
"Ten dollars," replied tlie Jeweler.
"I'll tike It," esaldi the uictiloiter. alid
after paying flL It L he went out.
The next day lie came 'around imaglii.
"Thils watch doesn't examIly suit mio,"
he said. "What's that oline iortlb'"
poinlintig to another.
"I'll take that Instcad of this one, It
you don't mindd"
A 4iiy or two litter he cameo n aignin.
"How good a waitcb haitve you got foa
$23'.'" lie ilnquaired.
"\Well, $'13 will get a prrtty good
tlieplece." said the Jeweler, lnnilnngj
one out. "Hlere s one with a go!d Illied
tise and full Jeweled. 'he moLvemceut
"I'll take It,"
lie lnld tlho differesire, took the
watch andi went away.
After Ilao laise of a fer days he
made hila ippierance once liore.
"Hilavo lyu got a first class watch
wllh a a olid guld Inse, that you cali
seltl for .5)0'" he saild.
"Yes. Here It is."
"Well, I'll take It," saril Mir. KIos
"Here's tlie oilier watch anid$25. Talal'a
lihe one I really wanted tll tirst, but I
elated to pay out ill that tiouey al
BinIra' Nests In Tiers.
In the little lasnnd of Lnyson, of the
Hawallan group, which has to humana
Inhabitants, bird life Is so dense that
the various speeles have economized
space by building their nests one above
the other. 4'hoe slnllaritly of thpse tlers
of nests to lhe flatis in tull apanrlaieiet
houses is qaille mlarkLed. lFor exituilile,
the petrel and the wedge tailed sheaur
matter live in burrows which compaiure
with pn apartment house bnaseivent.
Above them dwell the grny baneked tern
ind the Rsooty teirn. Higher still it
itshlies the red tailed tropIc bird and
the Chrlstmnas Island shearwater have
their alanrtmlents, Higher still In
shrubs the I.nyanii finch anid the nilller
bird build their homes. The loftier
branches 6f trees are filled with the
red footed booby, thle maan'o-war bird
nnd the Hawivalan tern. Naturalists
who visited the Islaud last year fre-
quently crushed through the roofs cf
the petrel burrows, sinking to the
knees In these subterranean bird
homes. It was necessary In walking
about to exercise great care lest nests
and eggs and young of all kinds of
birds be tramipled upon.-Chicago News.
A Winter BsrdhIlp.
Senator Proctor, of Vermont, has a
constituent who rejoices in theo name
of Mike Quinn, who first saw the light
of day In the "oeld countryy" Quinn
staked his claim to business pa'tronago
lit Rutland In the days when a great In-
flux of foreigners followed the opening
of railroad construction work In that
Commonwealth. Quinn opened a livery
stable, and when he huug ont his sign
the "Sike" was m losing. Hle said It
didn't suit him, and his name forth-
with was M. Quinn.
One day a friend who had been. fig-
uratively speaking, down In the heels.
dropped Into his office. He told Qnlan
that he had been unlucky all his life,
In fact, was born under the guiding
star of misfortune.
"Faith," replied Quinn. "annd Ot'm
with yier In that. Whin 01 was a bhoy
01 had liver a smint and 01 wint hungry
m'ny's tbher tolme. 01u ned to go bare-
footed. but that' asn't so harrmi. But
01 did used to anoLud It a bit when
skatin' toime came and 01 had to run
the spolke ip my beel to keep the skate
smamesed hb Name.
An exciting lover's quarrel was ores
brought about by tae young womans's
accidental readlng of telegram where-
in the unfortunate lover had spoke of
his new yacht In terms of endearment.
omitting to mention the fact that ger-
sidtpe was only a boat. A simIlar
blunder In reported by the Pilsdpliphl
There were five passenger pal the
street ear. and as It apprtactId a erts,
la the o ndaeter called, "Wiilima."
Que man ot p and weBt otL.'.
"Aar" aasseseed the Weadtetr. ant
a womai left the ear.
Tucked away in toh efller w e* lit-
tle ma" within a WtemllO W lm !*..
We. tha. c
sad see*hed er a*bt.
lgt"e man swt So the
OJEER SLIS MADE BY
FORGERS 07 BANK NOTES
Jefferson's Eye Gone, Willams Win.
dosils.Lip Swollen, Webstlr's Nose
Flattancd, Grant D:prived of His
Shirt Stud and Justice Afflicted
Hiith Club Fe:. ,:, ,:. .:.
tOai ta- lNi'T take 'ntiy ltad uiiti.y"
D t halls 'lille you're oui."is i lh'We
O D I htaiadalr for lt-le laN' V Y-lair
s Il ilo Tollow Ihl for any 'lfsat
O in ilils 'iiunti'r. -
A.-urlstina li lt ll's iilut llliaal in Utla
current 'Itlhkerania't I' S. Tr'ra.itr
('Counterf'lt i De',ti'or',' either re ili '
Itia illffr'relat ki il.s f ( cit t trr Ii
ali llk notesI of this St t'., iatiitllig ill
- tl'tonanluatlon fritom a t$2 lo 1tto a isaly
listilliiag of the plhlitoy gold toliii Ulind
sinmill hliiange. 'Th'li baitk ofltthi'is Iof
.iltassi.chsitts, vwhili t'olies lit'tond
h Itheo lit, only li ne to keep their
eyes ipeeled for lint difl'eriat kludl of
iatllve c ounnterflft bills.
I'lishs a nain' ai's e .lxpcrt, lie would
havei lto eiirry n bmiill sl-uiiile'n I la-
ltirnhtory, it pocket tooal %'1l.at, and n
Coitplfet coltlclioil of 1tnil .ed Statill
ctirrei'i cy. Intalead r for Is lii, t ilalt l r
f-t 'r'elo. If I ie woultit iie.i.a olttilh y islift.
agililist laid tiont, y.
It wouil d is'irmansn s OmiIe folkt, ihowt-
Siver, tla lialdt t up the lex oltlct Ilille
wthilt l tiy ditrollled flivild oi their t'tilalig
aisald ont(.d tilt hiani's oat the It nufTlo
Ihli Il' il ae-Iolliir tHlls. Thie only lro
tectlon ntffortdaiat psli iaple lis tint
derived froinl a t1isty glance i t lheo
ilith ot th poiti rialt.
J tldghig fromT lhe d'oserlpllolin of
countlerfelt InItld St lates nuld 'T'rana-
airy uotes glvot Ini "Dl'kiraiiania' ie-
t'clor'" the nmost geiip'nli dlfet'-ta are
* hi the portrnlln. 'tint'li out for Ihle
evil eye, bad complexion, uinlecd hatir
and the shaalle of the tone; If you do it
nity gave you money.
For exiinople, If i t wo-dollar bill on
which Jefferson hlns only Vno eye las
olffiTed to .a atali, lie sholothla'L take it.
Nelllter shoqild lie ncecpt an bill uponl
whilch a wite slrelik rtutia ncrosa the
Iris of eti-hl of Mcle'liaerso's yes.
If MlePhlersoaii' lia:lr antd beanril
haveii't lbeon r ei'flly brasilied, or If
he hits n "'sariig look, anid tlie hsisl
.Appiliears fint," lhiive notalitigi to do will
lilui. AA nliovct nil ltIlng sitatun hlilm
if heo liil "'t.aailly while tfpotsla on Lait
Now for tlie tenll dnIlnr note. le oti
your guard ngnilni teiin. Sbli''erhlina un-
der theme condillhiti. : \N'eitn li| "fi'iate
Slahna a noth-ientln apparnii'ce;" whbe
his "right oye nnd iaiutstna-ho ire hard-
ly visible;" when his muiislaeho usnd
l chin whilker'i "appear aSmloothly
bruaelid" Itlley should bo straggling
Sand bushy); and Ilut tbt not leaist.
SwheLhi lite "right eind of his forrehendl
and right. cheek Is at mieIs of white
Daninlel Webi'lr should be havoideeal
on ten-dollnr hills when I.Is InItoe is flat.
In twenty-dollar Mills keep all eye on
Alexander IHamilton. It his "nose,
instead of ieing round oil the endl, is
brought to a shnirp puoit," nnd If "his
chin, instead of being doublle, is
qliuare," he Is nn l Impostor.
The man who tliaks n bill withll hie
line of lhiijaiinil n F"riinklin's iain ls nialt
the oielning of l'is enr tou pronouaiced,
alaiy Ile out tifty d. oliniri. lle e aity Aitls
connolationl, however, in the fnit that
Indlstlnct tanl feaiitbhers on it Alierhlinn
ongla nlght have c ost hlin at hundred.
if Adniral I"anrrtngt lain itoo long n
Lose ald hills upper 1il protrildes, Ihnt's
al o a sign tlh t a listi;rt i'.-.'-sII:... 'll
As night Ita expedrdcl In a counter-
felt, the Ilgairp of Jistlee Iln the $iOO
kisd sItang in'lint out of plumnb. l'hae
scale shine ipii aaloft Is, very appro-
priately, slightly crooked.
In addillon to thin she Is club.
footed, pnd ier tops aro too short. If
further proof were needed, It may be
found in the IndliRtlnetness o the lobe
of 3. Q. Adams' ear.
In the slhrer certificates even Mar-
tht Washington's complexion doesn't
escape the hands of the spoiler. obeh
receilvei entlo, among the one-dollar
counterfeit as having "white patches
oil forehead and face,"
On two-dollar silver certificates It Is
well to make sure that (eon. Han- I
cock's hair and mustache are smoothly
brushed, for one counterfeiter lhas
mussd them he dly. Also be wary of
WJIIalm Wiedom, esperimly Jf hIa "nup-
per lip appears a little swollen," or If
his "cheeks appear sunken and his
chin out of prQporUon," o
den. (frant AI chist sufferer In coun- a
terfelt fire-dollar silver certificates. In
one case "two white patches appear I
on his loWer lUp, ner left corner of 1l
mouth." In other Instancee "he lookai
powc-marked" and "hias a moth-eatn *
appearance." Ose counterfeiter seems i
to have Ised all the Instincts of. a com-
anon thief, for In hbis production the 4
"stud on Clen. Grant's shirt front e s
Ten-dollar silver certificates are dean.
alerous bens Hendricks lacks a rtgbt t
On the twenties look out for Men- 9
nlg, Don't let. the left sidl of him s
face press against t s bsackgrtud too hi
closely, ds atbo've lt tlngslee that l
his mustache ts nicely curlod. Oe i
bangler bol -md bedragled It. t
In the 'lnily deertbetd oostte at oaf ?
one- alndred dollar. certltctte$ MaeMe 1 I
is thbe vratin. Ht l8eft so s boe s LI
mataflg. iA thia, d oi ihl be *dp o
posed, gires Me ft* @ "a flptMTt o. 'i
0 C cae, tbs portraIts ma sNmei
eotuterfet' buN ra. not dfeUtive.
Witl -e. 00' It ioh as 8 iM of se
other mestods se mese s brd-.- 3
teft&s tt An y W-awOmqp=h1 6i1
renry W W n ud d St no
Sthin of a hlpit.W1l@ -1 .
AN EXPLORER'St INCENUI'Y
Siomne Insdtentl It the Career ot a Ynam
Tl'trti ivasq i Jtlilat imitA in Qsponmluan
t I lli k, t h ilit tliti y of ihe "'irand Oil
M.i in" ol llisn Stoal. HIi' Is tlho t10
A isgi Iti qCliitriaaes Grelergory. elglhty
iliree 3 ait's oldi, tud a residetlt of Alts
Iritlla iMl ',e' be wal teu. lil t, Ill a
rentiiinit'rAl n one of the g'nrathit 'es
tidore's of. llin contiatent.
1t All nmnps of Atustralia showing ali
roneias of theIn' explorers who solvdtil It
nt.j teirles minark (tie tracks rf (ir(gorlr
tliroughi North AttiaIrllt. through th
Itier part of \Vestt Anstratllii nad aloti
tha souteliri n dgt of the desert. 11M
ltmirgiha to lfghlt Il aporlmit atreglons Illi
l eir'l fit for m utt If'tnle't ntil mHrs' n\l
natnliiKg I lil'pro pero s htlrlts if Rti' ('ilII
111I 1>11ai t IsII. I Itattllu tlll II it.s htA1 g 1 aai
lposedl licy ouhtlil noit e Ir Itti d to g io
It 'e llilltt .
I ilt'i ig the Iis ny' ai v efi t'a In lt
honor onilt in litr hl i.at ititurla i1s .Si(lt
nrtti t the r'entat irltlile i i'itit l\'tit genilu
i hll ll Staond allll 11 good l sitrlati t Ill i'
<'1l perloils d4r11 1 ills pl l-rt ioZir
('claCsa W r'' f Zt s i snlt f i a- %,tw, i nl \% taq
hi' \ i tilt t A.\tit.i liln.
i' l ium g; t(irt' go )s ll.a) ial lltil 111at h l:
lls 11n>,l>1h t11 ii hin k, ill m tl l n li % \\%
foirllra i ll e ll 1111i t' lil a ill t Msatlla it In:
teriast almn I t hl 'ulit l lt hkl tik p .i.i t 11 I,
good title for elillhl Iyeallr's \\ i 1at
wasv i hlm 'lletn hl 1 ull ilt the l H. i lhi
inlll In tneetithlnia l. ftia ath. til a tt lily i,
il' in fao ft fistl i tr i' ngit all tlh l a.
work for It from 041 belodslitI mil 4-
illoriig tm (li tmIo iifta i ra m Ir t illl 'iito
\lilhI line picked out attd itlsliloiia
wlth hiis own lhailtai faua front i granite
li ai'r lls lltail'.
lir vlis s liir'ely more thain a b
\then lI dl lh nd a lt i llilippnlitttUl lt
tle' lr.st trevolviif.tg tliglt iti lloallent Is
nald. hwlt a'e i lI lia tlioait %%i1A ii'ile
fitr lht Mitf
livt 3airm., till It li iata lin tlda by
larger Ole one.
I iiatllig 1ls ta l otia ltas l fa ih llteI \ w it a-
n bed i of Ir liort IIni W I '- i'n ll:ra
faoslt oto I' of flat' taas'f l ta i lsl.arl
fused Somen or the i nel.11 I11 t 11l.,tril
snitlih' fo'ge. lurMed It l: ta matt.'l. iitl
it fs nt iktik i tiW ta1 0 tItt it1mil iii't il'ttU1I
it i .itn lffe ah f kit t o I'oni it sll '. Stati
o tniclauiIs '(i's' ,id oua)ta I ti:al aIt wtil
boit ae ft' iarodhi'lit, litt Inr'gip'.yv wit
utle to til f isro\'i lhnit ll n te i s a l it a t
ually th pro i that of 11-Wh'4'it' .\10 i -tn l:i
Wtelie hlas rrianoiailscr ti' gt otit l or a
der li W Ista nla l to rie nlir It Il aili' dr'
ort mnid contltnedi' t uI a it a trar\a iita t I
wlhit'lh It Ia11y"1d nii It np rltt lltt pit fti
Not n few of hias istr'oilOaiAtiI litle
nilnstlonl t of ge t airna l i t ia ; tat liui\
saoosl ll IleAt isla' lt tar otiU rvailtuli .
(ll, i.Vy w lelat liar \ai t'at 'riv lliltg I
llte istI' dt .s 1 i a lliliia hio dchisa >di 111:
linl proi'.-i *Il>; we too lirilv.v foir h
plai it) iiiimry, nnd y'et erViy ont t
t-.'llvt' tht' weltigtt h t illI t irrlKt' \ Ia t
nIttafi'lllla.' itt fla' hit-am.
RIl fouldl Ilsnt I ie' raildh g'ell3y a'r
tluit, tio l W cllt ot lf il Ialt I mikI I.
in'elllig It. Ilt il ii fa tt 'ova'i'ertd lay a:
pierjmnelntlm hn lat li lar l r litri
hIto blas(ulls welhtc'd iolour tlhin
Th'1'e bright Idea oreurrotl to hil ta
mlakinlg fineat belcrits. So lio inlxs
flourv witlh nelte pork and tlaned Ilto
'ile blaseillsI taUr ied ou t well nna
weighed only ablint on- lialf tN Iltial
is I the lilti t tndl fltlUr iv nllif'ittn ely
I'llmeo lrot nnly a faaw otf ll itnitaIl
Wvays Il w'lli'Rh Ila liige' uly 3 ii il rleil
reonoi ereo t.otIt'lhtIltt a to tili (i'i)tniltl
stIICpas of lan ontt rprlKoes. l. wis fll
ninlay 'rar BSni'rvil'yor (itniridl Oi
Qileenmlnml, atf d. Ito hlf lneid'ftil ad t an
ailt Aiastllat dIelights to hour ha.-
N'wv York hinll.
lau-sit n Iecmlrpllne.
Dft ellfilli, lit 1 as ittsahtfatll i tllta y I%
tai ret' to I Itr'n Itn'ia KI unsimt '
loulhti d to Plh0 l sthiilllN vItry h i hrlly
astil aIii do ot o'Onseri II s'tlf nlihou
IlItlitus not inintiAllatei'ly <'oltielt'l'l will
thias' aoriirnt n0 of tropats nd thilr ta ol
hInlt .t n, lluti, unctrdlig to 0. K
Dhavls, lit llen Deenilir Everylnadty's
'liey will flint nl n te'ftlle ily, but fsi
tIle rest ltla y nra n atIn f'si., it kinlpat.
slouchly, dirty lot, it'hrast' <'thf lit' sa)I 'i'M1 l
porplUsnl fly Uinwasloei nmil Wlt hio
rands are In ev'rytlirng that Is Uot
There wers at dolfar'nndtff r bnr el''d
of Btillnng amndati I he i'klnt lslief
column, nad lainomag nil of tihen I sanw
iatniCees of inaiepuvokrd ersnlly tiand
shaagory. WIth Ihri ilit a i't Rr mah ainul
were e sporadIce, lit tntious his lie ru
slatic discipllne iloesa ntt snlcem to un1
dertake to provide agaInst fltnt sort of
thlnfl. I never snw an oalfiu'ar intake
sn attempt to stop a lusislii soldilef
front suei work, but I saw one spunk
man for letting n horie fall down.
'lte oafleir who was tn conamajacl of
he guard that was epcortiag me on.
ona occasion stopped hlis men to loot n
thop snd let ins go and fniid my way
is best I could without them.'
Tb. Dke's Isle Usrrfsn.
Thor.e Is at least olno aint It it Kaig-
and wbo csakn moioaey out (if 1lsl re-
:roattolt, and ti(bt rista IR Ino ote'lo-
iesartan Duke of it''lamats'r -Dean
1ole. CombInIng desp lenrslaag with a
rgem fund of bright wit ansi lhroad hiu-
nor, he ens spare (time front tla. henry
Olemlastlical duties to add five thiua-
and dollars a year to his Ineoimt lIby
growing roses in the nnulay old town
o well known to tihe lioerra of Dick-
atn, ForW ixty year the Pean .has
ben sltudyingi the Tiallainial ower of
Bngland, and during that timate am
any as fire liundreIl Ynarle-tli have
pased through his handsn. Ifte Is lita
?wn Sarliener, even at his present ad-
riced Age. As earljr as even o'cklcek
n thea morning be may be- seen In bie
arden looking aftr his psle. and his
moioh4 of lpoitng of Idis growing I
brought a Loadon wbholesa florit.
hrt cUts them at Itocbester under the
flUcal eye of the DIats and removes
am.to Covent Garden miaret. M ajy
r the vaflfttems r rare, and It iAs s-o
speonme lhti for a slnlfs blesom
* fato" as aeilm as tw p dollars.
ese**ss 'fl On- IVW*.
o of 'tlie reairksble indiutriesi of
Iginsrpy is Itk prepnrstlen of eperas
Ie etat1, lr.a Uore tihati oe bdia
1'a sod'tyr y r e, tbt* J,--
l%, vwhob ratd tlhatd ,a
Wi=",i. Mpprtld O ',4S,*",
T THE BUCCANEERS IN PANIA!
-y MASONRY RELICS 0r
a DRAKE AND MORGAN
s The Trip From Panama to Port&o I
S lumbuss' Search For a Strait CQ
the Two Oceani --- The Old
e Across the Isthmius. -I t-: :-R a 1
t ,. I
v !As.%%%s.%.... ss.......s.v.vw-%%uaM %Yyhvy iy,-9. n Mmmmow
N .- 'it t -n rs in- share of the bOotlyt" white ptoRtfitd,
Ld en ts lt lh vi ani rin a it-ii ma enter much.
t0o 4'olairR,hil.,, Ytnlt.f, alto Twelve days IS took those mat
s Interest of tlihe I;laniius. warriors, preceded by 'iparogqu't
I1 Soette airlollit.-d \in-elnie tlie way, to reach the paiak.
l on til e ruled hiiig l ,m t ...4. iiei died, "from thi most platN.legi.t) '
.\ir, l'i'ohtt foi the ftever, a lillh. <1il l int te In tho world;" and tlhie ,V
iiluil for iinniari.l ttiul n itlrl*k pl y ll h, kirmishes with the Indlans, t ..l
a lat an iht l aivna nnih rold, or in iii),- itrtltL. who are now lSupiot''
iiil uitp tti Chnlta 'e. s, tonsliing, li'iil'ef nillsqs of lIse united States, In -
Ita'. lnMi pr'ss tIliroutgh niieitsny Si t it1 a the fact thlnt one great chief, I
Q au ItIt.li'nh liaIn lhi to 'orlo l rllo t lint iilttnn, hIa, s goneI to Cathangena toi.
I Ii- ii'-".in" Kmohlli of the' Triinsre- olf etertnli!'d. by Colonimblian oficera. '
t Hi- \\,'lat." ius Sir litanry .mwritan aept'ntlier 25, 1513, Balboan sa e
itlat Iit l ttl al a aidr'enturn' l Illks i ts' ie i tan yoind, the sea lhat really e r"l
i .-,I 'la Iiii, a olli. g Tlg. 1h I niitus is to tlilt Kast of Mlarco Polo, and be
il i, ita a ii tIotla v i stimall re'tp lilt', 'y Planrr- nhlitnd with scouta, followll gi ,
.0ln1a11li't g il, as t n h e.a t o re 'dr hil'eli f. \'i, a litt waist deep Into' thllo.t,
t a slil ny. ut t il' b'li' liuighli rvo- surt to draw hlis sword and take poll*
I lutoh il Iti li sli. ami or tf slI that seseloti for ('aentle aind Leon. Very
tinft a tds hlat\ hlectaiily itwelt upou, near the sanio Spot int AeMi, n aettle-
), ilin t n 'i iiin, iirtill Iwgniiy aa'geeurll- anent he founded. talboa was put '
a lois. ll.rl i'rt.a Ithe Jtutlti t I, li-re are to denth for trenson. Ilis treason was ",,
o the seas, iand hl'r. ire a Ili iit iiunanry thnt Inng before hlie and started li be
i epttlenil'nta wbhih t hlnltmai ti thriunlth, lnd tsitirlltal tht governor's pinee, and
Ithe plato-tleelt silted, Iha zat irro Spa illia did not lhear of his inArveloa-.
.a iult, and that Drake altld Moritl dihst.overles 1111 in newi governor Wilthr'
Ssnt-nked. These were the seas. In which orders to execute Balbon had been sent
sIir l-'rninls lDrake In two small pint- o t te Isthmus and hnd fulftlled tbhea
a al-l Italin id rlivagt plnto-fiuets of 8iain inlsslon. Piarro went on dow lb he '
ait \v1aa -ioitivoytbd liy titroco armed gal- Paciflc to the conquest of Peru:nt uti!
h- lenits." the gold of the Incas presently edpai
S ihnll s riig whenat we raerthed Porto streainlng back and over sas t to.,ipj j
t HI.lll; uittll itDgiat etyl'ts put out At Porte Bellu snd at Noamor de i.'id
iefront milisri. 'tWli1i ot u'iitet'pd ioe. nrao the two split ends of the only ptl
Snil tiltatnllg, like pleturst of Coltilbis te'lpt ahe fifty-year-old Panam lll l
as tisltoverirtK tia lerlea. the AUweles satk roald, walinch even to tithl day
ti litlow water anildshllia. It took iioro nerossn tis junltilon t of two enattllniin*
ts lint mnern wnatr antl nre wetnols to The road, thotagh pared with. stne
nffeet us now. Drawn upa on tile shore la thick with bush now. Two e iertt
re aina inost of ute villagers and the ago a mla o wnieri hanid forty maehatI
,i Alliiorenit ('oitiil,f Ilodrigue., who. I tnen g o ahend of hij and clear Sll
I tilin, aia'vr olint asell North Aniertli'a. trail, and then by mAens of many tmi-'
t likt attaisy nnalttl'r Ainerl'nin Consul Iany of miller he made the Jouriley tt'&
r- ilowli lli hlta t'ilaiii'. (lut hlo itrandoes Panama In twenty honusn, Drake ',
'u within New Yrl'li, Si'als ivory iinut to lie heard of this road In 1670L.. Is heb '4
aiado Intio ltittnlltt, tc., nd tnls thile of (lihe gold, silver and pearl thbiat amilmo
in BaBllt of thosliitltllty tliglly dcvelti"'il over It for Rpalnn. At thant tim t i
t I wllitelld to go first t a to l toynl port of departure was Nonthre de plot, i
1m Trrpstrei tlouise., 'which wi tho Meor' just above here, and for tlhst portl'
if (it It nil nanlta'raiilamln to time tile Drake left Plymnouth., EuKllnd, withi',t
ot llirnmo?) of the brethren of the coast. two ships said sventy-threp men, and,- .
te ilero. It wns--sulild anmonaary. Troplcal It Is believed, the annetilo of Quet.,.
vliie,' whihh lieei' only iisti. rnint ad Ellsalbeth. Leaving hi a ships out oat
e- nir tls grow, had branhled front Its light, he li ed flis pinnaces in seoutIlp, "
y iiortnr., Iad elparated the careful lny- niIdt found the pinte-tleot hi the harbor, .
x. ilig nald racienting. The roof wias off; with lherpesortof three arnied galleons, '
.d Il ero wero oipelninga which showed waiting for the cargo. One nulht be'
i- whltreo the donors land been. rushed the town, old John QxeUham,
"l.itk nt those nrebes," said the con. who was afterwnrds hangedd I LiA
tf lraslntor, wlo liad tesuin along; "they as a pIrate, his lieiuteiinnt. Trhie paal ..
A1 hlat'e no keylioni-S!" Of course they fled. Liver wnas abundant; but Daivftr Lt
f. liadn't; nclelit IIpeopls a had advanced wanted gold and pearls. The SpaAiall
d ways of uct'onipl shlili ends. Consider returned, for the church bell ringeri'-
h tho Pyrntulis; consialder Ban Lorento was still faithfully pealing the alarmn '
fort, upt Ihoe Chngres Itiver. In Panama. and they took courage, Drake wa||i..
y No uno knows how they did It without wounded lit tlhe leg,. Atnd hlis -ne,-
y ithstini derricks bigger that we are carried.hlm away In retreat. For threeaw.
i a'ituntilued with. It's a tltie old wile, years he waited his chance on the Isle'
)r thin skeleton of a traaslure house. "I of Pines, making, nienillme., with bi '
If iPean to restioro it as a custom house," plnnranco. several old ships, cutting but a-
o remarked Ihtit ontraetor, polling a red.- n treasure ship froin her escort at it
bloassoninlg plant flrot a crevcep. "All C'nrthlngena; and then got word of a
I'll linvo to do Is to supply doors and a rich tral lcoinilng down the Paallip
roof." road. Yellow fever hind killed Oftli "a
Wo dihourbi'het upon a eobtiestone ibut forty-olght of his mniloat his ,a~gvoft
sWtrt,.it. an li street, rconineclting with had died, too, "or his owln medley ,' "
Junigl nt IfXi1- ei'thS, with whitewashed The fortifications of Porto Iellgp in a.'
Slinlf-lstuteco. half.-woodll, ind oc'asiloually beautiful. In the style whi h V bia' Wi
c iorili-stonuhi lisoiua14 nling It. WIIld wil- hrotuglht to a cllmnux In the day4l
Swiiagligs n llrriurtirl tis to the Amnerlcniean ouli 10 Holell of France, they
S('litiul's -h r. Itldriguiei's hloine, spa- the rntipqrt, the esplanndo, the
l cirom.ni froami an early Amlerican other point; and tunderneatlh them- l-
period., '-rnasein In vases, mirrors with the dungeon, with one sqaure openl
the itinie of his dead wife emblazoned of hiltorical romance. We ftouad .t
at thls bottom. There is no Irony in walls, of course,, scribbled wUth'
this decrliption-[ sani simply speak- dreads and wishel and farewtpls ft
IsK lIterally; It should be read llke- anumeable prisoners. Bamippltse
wlase. Mr. Iodrlg'tes gave us more thin l' reacbed to the walstitrUla
nny strteth of thbe ntaulutag of hioaplt- and the sentry booe, dlscnitte
tsllty in Anmerlcn, north or south, west round-topped towers placed f1TM
or ePat. esitiprises: nnd Le gave it out tectnral no less than for nat~ita i
of tal heart; Isi wams what you honeetl were hardif big enough ft it
look for wheaen n Sptnlelph4)oodetl peron turn Taround Ia- red Sfwerz, -
*sys, In coaaon-s'atitat irlon, "Mtf Slim, like a folded mos'.lw
houso Is yoairs." i-s showed UI bm his 1W In the rIfe slits. maillih
fanilly Illlhe, wa i th e natta laid dates tihveod under lh* dimloctad eriro
of hIs offsfariig irrlttntai down. "Tbir- -"o old thak noie of hl ir he e
ty-two children he aId, proudly, uad the diat ofg manutaturae sat bei
woe tad tllir nrmes. AglInst mome tred. People who fancy atua.sM
of llaii waas tho rieord. "atis ." lsruins are only to be l encounterS-
Tleo uotheor, too, war diad, Old World tbpuld as eaMloif'
Utatler tl'idance ot tLb prIncipal cltE- Amnetica. Tbhu *re StiuiatMki
setis we went to the two old olauchus Stets' with a story that seM r
--oli beyond anythilg known of $n A-litio In ag. At tile othyfsait
(larullllai Atuerla. Otie was in ruJlan town's waterfrnt atn tJa6 -".i|B
ote Is Istl .worshIped In. Tbh latter, the teethe which Mmcicn as ,i- -
Indoed, was the church wtilhlI rang taped of- its gold and poul lt
Its bells when It saw men with Amer- tie pr9teu sad anas pf tlhe
Ilan ralncoat coining satOre, thinking a ihad t0 pt np scallll
they wero prIcI s it In emocks. lI tll.'lm brant of the rqu lI
chief citlenas of the pinco for 400 years WOltk *Venlag Peot .-'"
were burled under the flags of the i wiI.a #5 7 a"'a
floor. "L knew it," said I. thinking of A wll-knw n
Mayor Ie Leonr's calnmtess daring our all-knowae ftsage
voyage; "here areD tee Leol o w to ba t tJowisa
the band." They ranged, ai our Not onfoe Jewish
feet, 6ack to 1WX, tIwetnly years before
the faylower at I'lyuoullt, New 2ag- ltbyelg q ,
Along here Cul(arbus passed leooiunl i S a t
for "a trait connecllng Ub theAtlantic SSabt t
with another great ocean." Indians W."owBS I5 t
at Honduras bad told him of OB., ifor aluF mu
so ho understood tiem. What j 'i
rely apprised hUn of wie that a i
a narrow neck of lasnd Wet 1 AiT
the two oaesus; but his ind w auhl"
oapen navigation. ;nd it o. .
water pas6i15. a *p4 i I
miles beyond I'orto il t the
Balboa, blre Ilut I' e .frm B
ein ermt -;
It u In tb y
siW rte rstq -
d e L
,.,? : i }," ", II : b .
h..rSMWe`sor PWieor situation, peaks as follows: S o kton. ,, w'.g. '.
d April a, 19. G e "In discussing the political sitcalu. tbe a a# t or-
,e cod matter,. unde Act of ation hetr witA men from various aP91S tort
of March 3, 1879. seconsi of it .te, I find that the afW RW ea GoCtrgta which
sentiment jIrrowlng that the rm O whe reiomamination of a chief
u. blished every Tnesday and Priday,' I between Stockton and Jenula ,. i tlVe or member of congress
'"t $1.00 yer in advance. Tallaferro's managers hop J a served the state to the at-
n loi -.f the people. M r.
SoJ vote for him in Tampa rEcs
s Cents for Three Muoths. t for him in vi.saw the poin t, a rl
DVSI O A Jacksonville a do withdrew in deference to this tiime-
s ADvaRTiiNG RATM.l n t t hooored Democratic trsaditon. Will
tml Readers In bre*V "ype, 5 cents week in the ,Mr. Stockton do likewise.-St.
i: p ce fordisplayadvertements priced AT $Toe.* ^ A ,TXRO. There ti e tee cndi dates r u..
0, ,. .vowication. ."I c 6.iptOkto's %had- Tee e tre sdldates run-
'q.....e"ay, aad the tmpre!- n.nlaxi i *uat Mr. Tallaferro, and
.i9e editor is not responsible fr theo t .ar l wSthat d T hlfferh pe ie t A.' asie Mr, a-.
views of correspondents or others con- pub ffleads were doing the F alers St. Augustinhe Paper-
t ibutaig to his columns. pt rk fo Stokto donslot seem to care whether Jen.
bt eapig wor for S onings and Call get out. of the race
SPresident Roosevelt is a very ex- and Jennngm. Mr. Stodkton be. nat d Thge o iaxious
| pensive luxury. Let's try William lieves he will carry a majority of that Stqkton get outof Taiaferro's
Hearst-for a change. the counties in the first primary. way, but of Jennings aud Cal it
Mr. Metcalf, who ncharg*f has no fear. Stockton will ge out
The fresm that was predicted for these headquarters says that re- as no fears. Stockton will gt out
SPr~day night didn't get here, and ports every day show that the peo- and Mr. Taliaerr will rington end
j, we Florldians were glad to welcome pie are taking no stock. In the false- Jacksonville,.where he can keep n
its failure to arrive. hoods sent out daily through the co touch with his friend Harry
close touch with his friend Harry
"As whiskey improves with age," corporation press. Mason, the rich liquor dealer.
t, ,tthfilly remarks an exchange, Congressman Davis by -his affilia-
S"the longer a ma lets it alone the tion with the Taliaferro crowd will We are surprised at some of our
better itt i-for hi ." also go down to.defeat. Brow ard brother editors, who are usually
is gaining every day. The Stock- level headed, but have become one-
,/ bmebody was asking recently ton people have many surprises for sided on the secondud term" ques
W.wma the county corot !isploners the corporations. One of which con- tioni, Some who have not nt-
; going to.build s"me hard road cerns Call's candicacy and his cdn. tempted to show that Mr. Taliafer-
llthlt new machinery. nection with Talliaferro's friends. ro has ever done anything worthy
Exactly where Mr. Call's campaign of special mention, declare that lie
feamt's Democracy is above re- boodle comes from will beabown by s'aAld be eJected to the Senate
h and beyond suspicion, and sworn statements. again, because it has become ctes-
way his presidential boom Is CORPORATIONS DESPiRATE. totuary to give Senators a "second
B ng ought to be encouraging It is difcult to determine why term." This kind of talk is pure
!46411l tte Democrats. rot. If we must give a man two
Sli true Democrats. the corporation crowd is so anxious rot. If we must give a man two
Nebraskf Judge has rendered to return Senator Tallaferro. Of terms in t e Senate whether he is
Ahat a man can rule his course he is always at their com deserving or pot, why not elect him
e tl arethsands of womrn- mand, but something important is for two terms at one and the same
AIVon~. of whom' can reverse evidently to take place during the ane, avoid theworry of C. te nam
H i h -n in a pair of minutes. next few years in the Uiited States
SSenate, as the Trusts will spend in paign? Will some "second term"
UwlU soon publish a list of Duval county alone more than T'al. advocate answer the questiu?
di that have been forfeited in liarro's Untire salary for the six A bill is said to be pending in the
Schua county during the Ptt yats amounts to. John Stockton, Virginia Legislature to whip crirmi-
or three years. The people however, will carry the county, be- nals for petty offenses instead of
know how these forfeits are cause the people love blhim and know confining them in prison. The bill
being collected. that he represents true Democratic ought to become a law-there
bht will become of the Times.* principles. should be such a law in every state
andi, St. Augustinq Record DARns WILL WIN. One-half of the prisoners in Florida
I.toe1Eo Is elected' to the In this Congressional District I prisons today should have been
.4-., Zaror to Congress, and M. Barra will win for Congress, whipped, and. turned louse. One-
good Democrat whom the because he is the only candidate that half of the remaining half (or one-
oan't manage ia In the guber.- has always and is now fighting the fourth of the entire number) are
i l air? Trusts and Corporations. The pe.o where they should be, and one-hall
l l at pie know that they can depend upon of the other. (one-eighth of all)
IAl. lorida mourns with ex- him. The Corporations to defeat ought to have been hung. while the.
vyernor W. D. Bloxham nla the him are leaving nothing undone, renumaing une-eighth of the entire
of his beloved wife, which but the real Democrats are on tr ntiiunbr perliap de-ervt.d no pun
t occurred last.week. It-is all their tricks. Even Frank Clark ishinent at all.
ito know that the beloved with his eloquencoe can not fool Seerln of
4a1n Is not dead, but hb anybody this year." Several weeks ago some of thL.
...is not dead. but has anybody this year." Taliaferro and Jennings OrgRn-
.- b" o Tr BOPLB'S CHOICE. published a statement to the effect
IYf certain candidates who are If the acuaton made against. that ex Senator Call had ripped
M ow inig to and fro on the earth, If the accusations made against Jno. N. C. Stoakton up terribly.
d Up and down It, seeking whom J. N C. Stockton bad not all been and was accusing him of beiig dis.
*ad up and down it, seeking whom disproven, still he wouki stand way loyal to his friends etc. But Call
'they may draw to their support, above the other candidates for sen- ly "nailed" e But Calls
lotild commit suicide, it could not atorial honored. The Times-Union promptly "nailed" the lie; he caus-
,be s.idof them that they suicide atornal bonors. The Times-Union ed to be published a statement to
BIi order thatthey mihtfind a hot and its followers may continue to the effect that he had not accused
r .- abuse him, but they cannot hide the Stockton of anything improper, and
Slfact that Stockton has fought the had no cause to so accuse him But
^.Aa" J. C. Porter, for years past dishonest aud corrupt methods of tbe the lie was out, and it continues to
aSS d proprietor of the Florida corporations in this State in almost go-some editors who were not fair
$1 Witness, and one of Filor. every convention. State and con- enough to publish the correction
atost prominent Baptist di. greasional, and every legislature for continue to giye publicity to the
died at his home in OcSalsa the past fifteen or twenty years original false statement.
b Saturday evening, aiter a ling. They cannot blot out the fact that --
l&llnea, Florida Baptita, ad it was principally through hls efforts The friends of Capt. J. A. King
e- ditors will weep with those that W. D. Chilpley, Vice President have announced him as a candidate
we p because of this Batpiat of the Louiville & Nashville L. R. for 'member of the school board
Surpassing away. o. Was defeated for the United from DIatrict No. I, as will beseen
State senate. Mr. Btockton and by reference to our announcement
Outlaw, of Ourrituck coun- 'the other membersof qtllegIlature column in today's Star. Capt. King
Z, C., recently swapped his of 1897, who reainled true to true is comparatively young, but is old
*p hl brother, Jerome Out- democracy, wre able to aecoplpUSh enough. He js f ll of business, and
(b: ir. two' fshlng nets. John the defeat of Chipley only after one is an enthusiastic friend of pduca-
lfIa the two children for goqd of the most trylag contests a the tlou. -As a member of the pemo-
re, and both man, both chil. biqtory of the State. The orpor.- erattoe executive Committee of
#,4 the woman, all seemed ation forces used every method Altebusa county be has already
It is probably not very known, both fair and corrupt, to asown Ane saeeutlve ability, and if
ig that such doings occur ecomplish their purpose. be becomes a member of the school
i Outaw, but It shows t it openly talked at Tallahassee board w dare my he will make a
t-waever a mea becomes tired that may wma paid for votes to valuable one.
Swife, some their fellow is support Chipta. But in spite of Every advocate of temperance
-Jto take her. .-.. all thl" -tthsW th ibUrtitig ad and morality; yea, every advocate
toda' matee- l p Of J. C. of fair and honorable dealings
onut of Capt.nUt e n-L Stockton P tflWTotions were de- among ap, shouldd hold Senator
ewho is a candidate for. P feated--to by only one vote. Tallaferro to a strict acount [pr his
otd.tf public instruction of r th a many other notable partiality to the son of a Jacksour i
.county. Capt. Lysnh O~sIn lhea. Mr. Stockton has vlle liquor dealer, in the matter of
%Juatro4uction to the people belted thle sobei eof this element awarding a scholarship to Anap-
m Uaty. 1e is well and in Plorid4 th-d Wish above all oals. If Senatr Tallaferro will do
kitwn throughout the thlg s dw4*at bhlit. They know wrong i order.that be may ~Nure
~e Iddth of the county that hoe is ,stltely true to the the political support o one Jack- a
.,of East Flor- prinipe w b" he a advocates oiville liquor dealer, wht isa 4
is Thbey- Tey kaw- tth if he is eltedt hAe that the Standard Oil Company
will atw pt their shmpp tonld not have him do?
o_. -pecl And f ,this
Breg4y reason W, n.to other, th.e 4d. The aan 0 ho r ac, or wiillly
^ppif pp. y of 1tof ic should and will neglects to pey for lhe loppes bp ,
lta *his sup porti Sto"k t ( ssrstle td ho a sa lea jta
Setit thait ah willbe' wtil^ :40 he eaonutt
smaeit~ Ip w~I'12h1)0
In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
ing "up-to-date"t Shoes for Men, $
Women- affd Children, at popular
prices and of the best makes. $
We call .
S"Bockport" and Mens "All Amer-
ica" and ,"Walk Over" grades.
J. D. Matheson,
f hoe and Leat e toi Iuinepville, FIB. f
The Gainesville Planing
and Coffin Company.
Is aonitetimes hard to keep pace iith hliut
our facilities are equal to all dentandIs,
hetlber .c u want to build one lious t r
o Ie dozen. You are on the tight 'vcad f't-
the eight kind of lumber whelin v u come
our 'ay We deal iil all kind, of Ituild
ing Material f r ,outside andi insidle finish
to complete any dwelling, hotel, stoe -or
factory Tell us tour manlts. We %ill
SANESVLLEdo the rest
IE GAINESVILLE PLANIN6 AND COFFIN COMPANY.
AND EMBAL fER.
Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attended to
Promptly . .
AR T OODO AND UPHOIXTRY.
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
GAINESVILLE, . FLA.
W. R. Thomas,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Call on.me'when you want to buy
Horses, Mulis, lBuggies,
W. R. THOMAS,
NOTICe OP OF ORiPOMRA'TIO.
Notice is hereby given that IpicaLUon
for letter ptnt will be Iade to the
Oovqrnu or ofthe State o Floida at Tal-
lhaasee, on March athb, q94o, by the
X. Pt. cFteh Company.
We J. IL Fautchb, I. I. HaYUMIworth
J. i. Hartison and C. W. Stephens, all.o
Alacheua county. Flan., do hereby maae
Nipc*tton for letters patent iAcorp
a'in ito rporaton -In accordance
with the law o'r lida nads ine fol-
laL The name of the Corporation shall
be the 1 B. Patch CoalMp.y with its
prindpmj place of bxusle at Alachua,
county of Al cbha, State ofr Florida, with
inch other ,lae& or lac i of c business a
the meeting of thp stoklIpldpra to be
held on the second Wedsneday in Jano-
ary, A. D. 19o5, and on the second Wed-
needay in January of each succeeding
year. Until the first election, J. Putch,
C. W. Stephen@ and J. H. Haynesworth,
b tall constitute the Board of Directors
and J. B, lFptcbh shall be lreident and
Treasurer, and C. W. Stephens shall be
Viea President, and J. R. Harrison shall
6th. The highest amount of indebted-
men the a.id corporation shall at any
time subject Iatf .o aalj i fifteen
7th. The said Incorporators hereby
sabcrIbe for the following amounts of
Stock, to wit:
J B. Putch, four shares. .5 4,aO.O0
2.. aiison. one-share... ,oo000.00
J.. lHaynesworth, threesbares. j.ooo.oo
t t .. -, ,
Cotton Department, It1ANVILLr,
Highet price paid for ea Ishnd Dott01)
In Seed or Lint, Large or Small uamnities.
Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida.
Plain ing Seed.
Air Line Railway
Siictlule ffcltive December 7, 1903.
S I 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. 1 34 I
3.5 H 3.') 3 O. v Jacksonville .. Ar 10 50 7 15a8 5
>u 15 h 55P 3 40P ..... .Baldwin. ..... I2 6 3oa 4,
11 46 10 45p 5 o03P . Waldo ..... 8 4 04a 2 5,
12 2Up. 5 36p Ar GAINESVILLE Lv 7 14a
5 36p Lv Ar 7 14 .
S8 5p Ar . Cedar Key .. ... .Lv 4 Sta .
26p Lv .. Silver Springs .. . 5-p
5 p 12 5'a . . O a .. 55a 12 .111i
2 55p 2 13a . Wildwood ..... 1 23a 11 f.1
5 p 7 20 . Orlando 7 oop a 25a
.1 ip 4 Sa . Dade City 10 28o p 37a
5 p 5 3 . Plant City . 9 23p 9 45a
7 2 . Palmetto . 4 45P 7 42a
7 2p 4b . Manatee 3 5op 7 27
745 4 12 3op . Sarasota . 3 oo p a ,,,
6 oop 6. 45a Ar ..... Tampa. .... .Lv 8 oou e 51
NORTH AND EAST 34 66
l.v Jacksonville .. .. 9 00a 7 50p
tAr l'0z1iandlin 30 u5a 9 oup
Ar liiinswick . 12 up 10 35p
Ar Savannah .... l top 1i 5oa
Ar Fairfax . 3 C9p 1 44a
Ar Dennuark 3 57P a 20a
Ar olumibia . 5 3oP 3 55P
Ar C iiilei . 7 4op 5 54a
Ar IIamlet ... 9 55P 8 a
Ar iliiiiiglon . . 12 05p
Ar S',utlemt I lines ... I 18p 9 3n 6
Ar Raleigh . ... II 53P o 45a
Ar Portsnouti . sooa 5 35p
. r Riclimond, Va- ... 6 35a 3 I1p
Ar 'aslhington ..... 0 eoa 8 3op
Ar llaltimiore . 11 iI 25a II 25p
Ar lihiladlelphia . I 361) 2 5oa
Ar New York ... 4 i5p 6 3o0
WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 .7
Ar Lake City.
Ar Live Oak .
Ar Madison .
Ar Monticello .
Ar Tallahassee .
Ar Quincy .
Ar River Junction
Ar Pensacola .
Ar Mobile .
Ar New Orleans,
Lv Jacksonville .
Ar Macon .
Atlanta .. .
St Louis .
40P 9 2sa
35P 12 ol
lOP 3 I
40P 3 Y1)p
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota. on 31, except Satuir-
days, from tainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman aleepers between
Tamipa. Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuledt
dlay coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service froni Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express ears between
.Jacksouiville annd Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepriX between Tampa,.
Jncksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Willifard, Wanee and inte-r-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Ncls. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper Letween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.G Leave Port Tampa unudaye Tuesdays ami,
TiursIays, II :I15 p. nU.
A. 0. MACDONELL., Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, PFla.
F. C CO lii Ticket AgeIUt. Gainesville.
Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
C n ftL. tlt ct July 5, 1903.
No 6l. No. 4.
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Ar P M. Ar A. Al.
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4 10 p
7 45 p
Ar I M
No,1. 11. 0.. No. .
STATIONs. Daly. Day. M p
Ar P. M. Ar A-. Ar P. M.
Pairfield .. .... 0
Dun. D n ,,,a,, ................. 4
.. uIT .. ...... 40
.... lickman .......... ......... 3 86
Lake Blsmou ton .. ...... ........ 80
.......... Micamnopy.. ..... .. ... ........... ID
.....Tacoma ... ............... ... ........ Is
Kirkwood ...... ... 6 0
... .......Clyalt ........ ............ e
...... ewele .... 4 5
.. ..Waceooat ................... .... ...... 4 45
... .. Rocky P int ......... ....... ...... .. ...... 80
S..... Gainesville I....... iar
.. ..Bclliamy. 20
..... ... O yi l .......... i 1l t. 0
..'h... Cr ar ... t o
........... mP o City... 8 10
Iake Butlet C a ........
..J t J.R p ..t ..
Lake City, t. o& P..... 7 p ... ..
.Tall lah a. A. l. I 41 1 .
...... V ld P... 4 4" p 1 .
Atlanta. C of(Ga0... 0 a ......
Lv A. X. Lv P. IL
i. BARKiR, Gen. SNpt.
J P. HILL Agent.
TAKE The Atlantic Coast Line
MOFP RL.. ESFTTM-LY POINI .
Nor Jacksonville Jacksonville
Rapid Transit andi Unsurpassed 5Srylf..
Tine Table in Eifect lqovpmber .2, 1904.
Depart For GAINE8VILLP Airive rom
:40 1 jlish Springs and Inter. ai*a
'1 mediate Points
1Xp( Ocals, Leesbu anid npa. mndadip
Dai r Intermnlat Iol.
: na, Palat.a, Daytona.. acksonv l
Daily North, East and West
12:16 a w High Springs. Wayroass, Sava.nnho. 1run-avielk &0 V l at
-Da-ly -Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, s WWelt y
Daily Rochelle, Micanopy and Citm DaY
3:60 a Tm .. ..... ..--
Dailex. High spring
GOING WEST OR NORTHWEST TRAV4Lh YnA
Chcago & llorida Laifed, ild vbtsbe trati of n*ma ,
Library. Dining Csr and Coaches, between St. UAgtane Mad e
Lv SL Augustine. FECRy.7 5Om Lv ChattaaogaNCA t t, ly pas
Ar Jacksonville 8 50am Ar Nashvlle am
Lv Jacksonville ACLar .9aiem Lv Nashvlule., -& A a s
rTifton osl. p9 Ar i
Lv Macon .. ent. or ca &Ryl.a L .
Ar AtlantaS. A ; 1psSa
Ar Chatssnooga ,"
T bu (iwkaswt the standard of rf---t. w
news own nliu a ther iforvat" 'to SS