The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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The Poet Seout 'Last Night


an I

Again Tonight.


The C'4utauqu4a Entertain-
Smentt Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday.
The ChaUtauiqua entertainments Tutes-
day were all good Dr. Cartright spoqe
both in the afternoon and evening, and
was very entertaining. HsHi subject inl the
evening was "The Mistakes That Moses
Didn't Make," and he named numnnerous
mistakes that we of today are continually
making, but of which Moses steered
Wednesday was also a good day for the
.Chautauqiia, and endedwith Dr Holling,
ton's last lecture on The IlHomes and
Haunts of AmAerlcn Poets," illustrated
by stereopticon views. Th lecture was
much enjoyed by All who were present.
Before beginning his lecture Dr. Hol-
lington announced that he would leave
the city,. probably 'ever to return, as.
soon as the l'Gttire was finished.. He
declared 'that hbe had really and truly
fallen in love .With Gainesville and her
people. He was delighted and really
surprised to flnd ~nch 'a pure, 'sweet,
moral atmosphere in and around the
city. He considered Gaiunesville the best
city morally he. ever saw.
Dr. Holilngton' was not the first one
who visited Oainesville to attend the
Bible Conference and Chautauqua, who
spoke of the moral atmosphere that stir
rounds Galnesville. Dr.' G-wilymn and
Mrs. Bottome.ofNew York; Dr. Brought.
ton, of Atlanta; tits. Taylor, of LoI-
don; Drs. Pepper of Philadelphia and
Brown of Virginia; Evangelist ID. B.
Strouse of Virginia, Mr. S H. Hadley of
New York, &ad others, have mentioned
the fact. and 'said how glad they were,
and how proud we should be that there
are no liquor saloons in Gainesville. A
year ago Gaineaville was not considered
so moral as it is now--we had four sa-
loons a year ago.
After the usual Bible lecture by Dr.
Brown at 1O o'clock yesterday imoriitig,
there was "nothing doing" at the Taber-
nacle until the evening hour-the after
noon being given up to strolling, buggy
-riding and other out-door fan and exer-
cise. This was the first time. 'thliat no
service was held at the Tabernacle during
the afternoon since the chautauqna be-
gan, and the announcement that there
would be. no service in the afternoon was
a welcome one to mqany who desired a
few hours' rest. and preparation for the
night service, wheu -Capt. Jack Crawford
was the attraction.
The attraction last night was more-
Slargely attended than had been any .pre-
vious attraction. 'The first number on
the program was- a vocal solo by Prof.
Arnold. The next was a violin solo by
SMr. Harry pearce, and then came a de-
lightful piano solo by Miss Ida Burkheim;
after which Capt. Jack Crawford, the fa-
mous "Poet BSost" was introduced and
cheered .en tslastically as he appeared
with his long. flying hair, an4 a coat
which two gnmtlemen present -Col, Mor-
row 'and. Capt. Hughe. -bad seen him
wear in the -Wii -and Wooly West"
morethan a' third of 'a century ago. Col.
Morrow -nd Ca pt. Hughes were both
personally -aequtalnted with" "Captain
Jack"- the former being at one time his
commanding.f omcr-O-,tdring hia Indian
fighting day*, and he referred to each of
them callltg them by name during the
C'pt. Jqck's glk, taking his words for
Slie fats 1tglt very properly be"' called
what Sami Jons talls oue of his lectures,
a Medley PhIUqsophy, Facts and
Pun," thoUgh' Crawford's style is quite
different to that .followed by Jones.
Capt. Jack lpli"~arialuialg from start to
finish. Ile will appear at the Taber-
nacle gain tis evening, for the last
time this aiaes, aid we can sincerelv
recommend toaevemng'a entertainment.
It la bound to-plese ali olasem. It will
be interestin to the moral and offensive
to none Go 6terly i yu expect to e.-
care a cteearl, a pet.

siedintha dtuBt several years, and

lum Ienis au the remaini

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On the Death ofr fuls Etha Dowling Appeals to Circuit Court and (lvyea a
of aineavlle. Bond.
The flag of the Gainesville Graded and A negro named Powell McKnigh.t was
High School floated at half mast on the arraigned before Justice G. M. Coleman
morning of the 25th of February, im- Tuesday morning charged with hog steal-
pressingly telling there was mourning i n ug'. R. E Davis appeared for the ptos-
the school. In the opening- exercises, ecution, and Evans I-alle for the defense..
the sad announcement was made that one A jury was sworn, and after' hearing the
of the lovely girls of the High School, evidence rendered a verdict of guilty,
Etha P)owlitig, was no more A bush of after which Juatice Coleman sentenced
.s, less prevailed over the large assembly the prisoner to. pay. *20 and costs, 'or
of children: while Prof. Fulka spoke serve.six mouthsain prison.-
titichiitgly and beautifully of the deceas-. Had the negro paid the small fise and
el. and of our nmtimely bereavement. let'the matter drop, attorney's fees would-
Appropriate Scripture lessons were read, stop -a thing too bad to contemplate in
ant:l application iaale to our hearts im- this case-so the negro was advised to
pr ssing> us with the shortness of time appeal to the Circuit Court and give
amd the uncertainty of life. lie spoke of bond -for his appearance (by this means
that usonstet, death, whose ravages in ay attorney's fees' never stop 'and nobody
atgs of the world have been felt and welpt expects forfeited bond to be paid), amnd
over by thi children of lieu how that lie accepted the,, advice, Jastice Cole-
his power was dreaded by the ancients' mattn fixed the amount of the bondat$S50,
wao sought in mianyv ways and planned and accepted as bondsmen James Rob-
to overthrow hitm,. He reminded us that inson and Elliott McKfilght, two young
more than nineteen hundred years ago n egroes, whom the judge says he known
the great Conqueror of deatl,, our' to ,be worth the amount of the bond.
Saviour, cane, and since then those who Tha bondsman last named is a son of the.
are parted from their loved ones for a accused, and we suppose they are just as.
time need not mourn without hope. good bondsmen as the county affords,
The following resolutions are offered since forfeited bonds are Cever collected
by the ninth grade, her classmates: in Alachua county..
Whereas, Our Heavenly Father in Wis
infinite wisdom has seen fit to take from KoepelSt nburg.
us one dearly beloved whose gentle press. At the home of Mr. and Mds. A. O
ence we miss so sadly Steenburg .tt 'North Oainesyilla, their.
Whereas, Ve recognized In our be- charming daughter-Miss Rul y,-and Mr,
loved schoolmate, Etba Dowling, one John J.Koegel were united in marriage
whoe faithful ness to duty and loveliness Wednesday evening, Rev. I. E. Webster
of character, were worthy of imitation, officiating.
Be it resolved, That we, the entire The announcement of the marriage
Giraded and High School, express our wasa surprise tomany of the bride's sae
grief and thus offer or pay the highest re-- quaintaces here, and but few knew what
apect to the memory of one of our dear splendid headway Mr. Koegel had been
achooismate, and especially that we of making' aince. he set about winning a
the Ninth Grade, her classmates, and bride; The Star joins other friends In
her teachers, Miss Clem Hl.ampton and wishing the 'happy couple long life and
Mrs. J. i. Johnsoh. deplore the lowe of Cntinued happiness.
her gentle companionship and worthy
example. Jackponvile Hotel.
Be it resolved. That while we bow in Traveler Hotel.
qorrow, yet in sulaniissiQn tu lis holy The New Travelers d otetX W. han-
orrow yet in suhai han I lt His ho cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell sa-
will, we believe that"Jledoeth all tbing sistant manager, is the place to stop/
well" andi has received her sweet spirit when you go to Jacksonville. Nice
among the blessed, and 'hope that this rooms, good table sfare, reasonable rat,
may bring comfort anmd resignation in the and centrally located-oner. Mr. Bastrmpbell i of
aid hearts in her home. Waldo. Alachna county, and it will at-
Be it further resolved. That a copy of ford him plasauje to treat nicely people
these resolutions be sent to the sorrowing from his home county when they go to
parents of the one dear schoolmate, alo Jacksonville.
that a copy be sent to the papers of o fr and polite attention at reason
Gainesville with request for publication, able cost, inquire for the "Travelers' Ho.
Signed: Committee of the Ninth tel,." and when you o toGreen Cove
Grade, Gainsvile Graded and Iligh Sptrings stop at thee verslMde Hotel, ol
Grade. Gaineville w hich Mr. ancock ia also proprietor.

AWction Male Tqeaday.
So very successful was the auction sale
of lots in this city by the National Realty
Improvement Company, on Tuesday,
Mamneh I, that another sale was at once
arsanged for, and this second sale
amMe ofi last Tuesday.
TWBls a*eod sale was also well attended
a4 a qrge number of lots were
af at f(m "e gtoo $o o per lot, and one
iem let wm drtan by Mr. J. B. Padget,

ipesty ned Hlby-Major W, & Thomas,
a ei f nmd m was ca'n

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SpesailtqI,a ig spite~
You and your friends are invited to the
speaking.in the Auditorium of. the High
Springs High School Building on Friday
night, March i, 19o4 The speaker to
be preqat are the 'a-ndbWte or Public
uutruetton, who are Dr. J. L. Keally,
Capt.. M. Lyaeh sad PrO. J. Kama,
who will ir their views on the stbject
of idnus*ko loMa. Chrlf. Mateeson,
Alasehus county' slwer toBgued oratSor,
wUl also be pM st a lntmtlmos the
speakers AA:WJ.i fr-.

o orP edor

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Bi ) JOHNSON AGAIN, P. Williams .and C. W. Stephenis,
two of Alachua's loading citizens, were
Drunk and Disorderly and Goes to i,, the cit-- Wednesday.
Jall Again. News has reached the city that the iron'
Yesterday morning Ed. J. Johnsson. safe in the store of (- D. May, at New-.
one of the negroes who were convicted barry, was robbed Wednesday night.
of selling whiskey in a dry county and W Phifer, who has beets looking
fined 0 and coasts, found .his way back after his business interests In this city,
into jail. Rd. was under time influence returned to. his.ti rpentie arm at Abbott
of liquor and called to Marshal Pink-. a few days ago
osop. who was passing, and asked hima f d a
how the voters were qualltgiag to vote inmri A. g and d .G. -night,
the. coming nmnalcipsi election, etc.,e ted citgns, we're bisingss visitors to
and then put into cursing, and told the petedcien., wee b es visitor to
marshal that he (the marshal) habed helped the city yesterday.
to swindle him .(Johnson). out of his Mrs.' I0. o0dwin, of Hlgh Springs,
tiamoey-referring to the fine be paid for Is in the city attending hbe Chlauta(iua,
selling whiskey in a dry county recently. while here-she is the guest of her cousin,
Mr. 'Pinkosomn promptly arrested the Mrs.J.J ., McDonald,
drunken negio and locked him. up, 'Hon.I R. B. Weeks, chairman of the
where he-remained until this morning at Alachua County School Board and can.
9 o'clock, and as we are going, to. press didate for reelection, was an agreeable
he Is being trled by Mayor Thomas for caller at the Star office Wednesday.
drunkenness aud' disorderly conduct. Keep your eye on our "Political Au-
Ed. is a hard case,.and should have nouncelnents" colutni, so that you will
been in:the. penitentiary long ago. The know who are the candidates soliciting
fine of 3o00 and costs, aggregating about your support at tine polls on May totli.
$40o, which was recently Imposed on Joseph Waugh, formerly of this city,
Ed. by Judge Wills, has nearly all been bt for the past year at Macot, Ga.,
paid, and the little balance secured, but spt several days ntheciy recently
It isquite evident that Rd. has gone too sei v eae to remove hcs frmiiy to
far wrong to reform,' and it seems that avon i t -
he is inviting trouble the like of which o .
all such fellows are sure to find sooner or i oe.i W. M. -Holloway'hais visited Mae-
later. c- leny and Other points in that section,
this wek, In the interest of his candi-
Re .. P. dacy for State Superintendesit of Public
Rev. Sam P.. Josses. iestruoetion.
.: .T.h*te.manyf-rlends of.W. R. Ietc.-
Kilastry, who has recently suffered a-
severe illness, are delighted to see hin at
his post of duty at the Phl st National
Bauk agant.
Jack Camp, Ocals; W. E. Rlch ardsoa,
Wade; 1). 0. Harvard, Arredonudo, and
Deputy Sberiff J. T. Perry of Rochelle,
were among the bsness visitors to the

nes at Wald6 reeutly. iDr. W. H. sib-
ley, of this city, was telegrphed, for St-
urday- to go to Englaeer Hall, and
Wednesday to a chila o R. W. Millican, I
the Waldo hotel asd naval stores man. i
Rev. -. I. V. l'Papper and son, Will
Pepper, and the lattes wie and child, V
10ft Wednesday for Philadelphia, aftes
.pe .g Asat sia weeks Ia Ls Oineeville,.
etteding the "-Bible Co'oference and
S'latosstutqnu" They were well pleased
Withtis alty, and may return and Make
Re. Sam Jones will be heraenet lom a It wtir-.usutb home.
day, March r4tb, and everybody Hiram a agd while manA
can. will be here sW. SAMn i to hbe ainearret .O sUhane& was (olthd dead a
the Chautauqua ath'actlod on thad oe-, and In aborrible state of deeouposltlon, ]
aoms, and the Atlantic Cen tIANe will sell
cheap rate tkts to OG fle.. net his htome-wlme e lied bet livg I
cheap a lo.ae-Wedneds&y forming. The cor n
your ticket agent about tiebkste, and om ne 's Ui isof the eoal"s that death I
to bear Jnns-eom ,and br[ y~Ma moe rgeo etoIt ss6 ld aedo
reGlely."A.' of ew, .
Try Fagan's market for best metls h A Oam A, .s6 0 .
C. V. MoQueNd at Rem ake, wse s tia. hM., i es be ath.e Od,
Central City Tee.af T oV o 5 h2 sM41t t d

visitors to the a" vwswi-
aeed* sage a t *.- mom" cwd"sthl

0011 lsgsW*mein dueS16 olIdolfl

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p*otitur aQnnounements.

Announcements under the above head,
of reasonable length, will Lbe published in
each and every Issue of the TWICln-A-
WmtKK STAR 'from now until the canm-
paign is over forr f for each announce-
unent. THui CAsH must accompany the
copy for each anuouneement. Ann ounce-
nients at this price must not" contain
more 'than TWtWi'Ntv 1IIKBS including
head iand signature.
Clerk Clroult Court.
To the ItteDmorats of Alachba County:
As the State Executive Committee
have Helected the toth of May for holding
our Primary Election, I hereby announce
siyaelf as a candidate for the position of
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
county, and I solicit not only the vote,
but the aspport of tmy friend to secure
my election. If elected, I promise to
perform thts duties of the office faithfully
and fully. I make this promise knowing
thoroughly what those duties are. They
have already been learned by experience,
and I trust that all Demtocratice voters
may consider my appeal in naking' their
"AMun. H. WlHonts.
Clerk CIroult Court.
Fellow Democrats of Alachua countaiy
I hereby annouince myselt a candidate
fur Clerk of the Circuit Court of. Alachna
conuty, subject to your action in the
Democratic Primary. I solicit.the sup.
iort of il-l Democrats, and if I -am elected
I promise to discharge the duties of the
oikce to the very best. of. my ability.
I. MAxt I l)i,i..
To the Voters of Alachua (County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sherifft, subject to' the
action of the next Democratic primary,
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the omce to the very beit of my
:ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at therpolls.
To the IDemocratic Voters of Alchua
I- embrace this .uethod'of expressing
tny warikest appreciation for the con-
idence you placed in nte in ti)6, and
contiuotasly from ta that date to thi,, and
sincerely trust that your confidence has
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to
the' very best of my.. ability, to. do my
duty, regrdless of personsor the conse-
quences to myself. Hlow well I bave ue-
ceeded I leave to you to judge. hahV
been encouraged to believe .that my 0 e-
forts have received the approval of 'the
peaceful law-loving citrtns of0 our
county, for which I am truly thankfail, I
am a tra a candidate for the office of
.ahl mf ad wll appreciate your support,
and promise, if reflected, to resume my
duties unfettered with any promise to
special favors, and. shall endeavor in the
future, "asin the past. to do my duty the
beat I know how. Promisins if elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
office again. Respectfully y

I will be a. eandidat4 for the omce Of
Sheriff and respectfully solictle the sip*
port of tl' voters of thie county ia the
coming primary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Representative,o.
I am as ever,
T nao H. Wtm.i.Aiw.

Coun ii Suporintondent,-
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superlnteadeu4aat of
Public Instrtuctlon b AlachAus c'oilty,
subject to the action of the 'e W;iel
Primary, and respectfully solldt the sup-
port of all democratic voters.
J. 9. .1Zr r.u.
County Su plantendent.
I m a candidate for the office of Bi*
eripntndent of Public lastructlid of
sachus county, subject to the sUeoe oa
the Democratic primary, and olicit the
support of Denaocratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment and the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. Kar.I.uv.
County Superlntonodent.
1 hereby announce myself a candkldate
forat theoffiee of Superintendeut of Pub-
lic Inistructioit of Afachua county, subject
to the Democratic primary, and iollltthe
support of Democratic voter. If elected,
I wil1 U every hoo-able .ethed to liq.
uidate the county and *bdtlarslt school
debts. My policy will" be ae scloaln,
good terosae good teachers ad. eomtoon
sese lealcl'ngof reading wbting, spell-
ig anld s.,tbmetlfi. Havni* taught I
every grade In the public school syafia
of this atea, l.iclIua Inustitute and four
term Normal work, I am convinced of
the importance of mont earnest teaching
In ins elementary S.,adbo.
Gao. M. Lvas.c,
Count Jidge.
I hereby announce myslf -m a candi
dlate before the Demoeratic primary of
ihset Ountw for reetectlon to the of-'
e' of Countj 'Jdge. Having Is Itthfully, -
i .tly aul lmprlally discharged my
fIBeil .duti la tnh_ patt 1 pledge my
hmor to 0tlutttn to do so in the future,
f elected, and will be very grateful for
the auppost ao the Democrat c voters ar
ike county. H. 0. M AOM.
Tax Aeuwoaor.
1 reMpeetfully anmouncemsef as
Udid.tO for the. ogm of Tan Assssorof
jihuas em ty, subject to the Deao'


Ofte In Miller's Law Emelange.

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.. 6, Ml Tullart .

Le islarture. .
To the Voters oAlachu County:
Without the alightest unknlad l
for those who did not vote form l t in
last primary and a heart full of gratitude
for those who did, I again offer foFr e
lionorable position as one of your repe '
sectatives in the next General Asembly.
Support me if I amright, support e as
loing as I stay right and leye me alone .
when I go wrong. dos.e my we havet o
uany laws already. Granted-if they .
were all good ones, but many are useless
some absolutely pernicious and ahod"a
be wiped off the statute book. Being a
democrat I will abide by the action of
the primnari. With good will toward all
men. r I am yours truly
Mimber School Board.
The friends of J. A. King hereby an-
nounce sim a candidate for member of
the Alachua County School Board, rom
District No. subject to the action of
the Deocti primary to be bold May
so, and they sol iit the support tof a
Democratic voters both during the ca-m.
paign mad at the poll on elecoa day.
Member Sahool eoard.
Ity request of friends I aneumae my -
self a candidate for renomination a
tuember of the Board of Public Inatric.
un of Alachua County, from District No.
i, and earnestly solicit the vote and in-
fluence of all Democratic voters at the
coming primary election, and if elected I
pledge myself to faithfully looi after the
educational nlaterests of the county.
Re I Y Wtfull

qppwuwi to au out

D m. itt (fothll, I

The Celebrated New York City
Will Visit GaQlevilleo,
Moreh 23 and 24,
Positively two days only-Offie|
Erown House.
Dr. Corthell will visit Gaines-
ville Monthly during the year.

High Springs, March a5 and 26.


ArTOmNny AT LAw,
alnemvrille, Florida.
OmpMsite Hrown Honse.

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Epitome of Progress

gle Now On in


)e. Tackle Second Strong-
Stold'of Russian Bear But
S ydite Shells Fail to Do
Any Great Damage.

An Assolated Press dispatch from
S IVlalveostock esay A fleet of five
Japanese battle ships and two cruisers
appeared of this place t 1:25 o'clock
Suaday) afternoon and bombard-
e the town and shore batteries for
S lftyAve minutes.
The fleet approached from the dil-
Wationa of Askold Island at the east
traaoe of Useari bay. and about
$11-, 101-1 southeast of Viadtvoaiock.
a:tw I rqi UeurJ bay the enemy form-
f tHasat of battle, but did not ap-
*- a e a oat oar range than 5 1-3 miles,
f TkW dicted their Are against the
S he e bt erieM and the town, but no
|- ag X k mwat oa t tir $0
i 94*t*ts Alled to burt.
'*' XpeGltan battery. commanded by
S4e4OIuiaB Veronets and Artamoff,. did
S ot reply, awajttUng a closer approach
of the enety..
S The Japanese fire ceed at 2:20
Sp. I., and the enemy retired In the
direction Askold Island. 81imita-
S aeo0oly the torpedo boat destroyers
IAppeared near Askoid Island, Lad two
S more near MCape ladel.
The. Japanse Ships were covered
I."' With lee.
Ti attack resulted la no loss to the
R.sswans, but coat the enemy s00,000i
:: tabi ($100,000) in ammunition.
t ;' t the prolectlles were ali and
We lld.esairysbll" adt
ai.v TE i on pVo. ladvock W' e
I's nigh tthe early morning ot the
id' *i e on the horiaon of S a ontile
fleet .and the prospect of an ct4ek
Sdurlu thA day, but It remained tran,

SIn east now oontoe s 1he proeba-
S-d'b eoounter between ti Ruallan
r',iiloplotookk fleet, oomprisd of the
is or four fsel t cruisers and several
Sto r bosato Ad destroyers, and the
I, JapaNe squadron which hms Just
bombarded Vadivostock. A cable re-
arelt Saturday nlsht ates that the
.'e'I that the Russian squadron was
b e'aot l Viadlostook March 1' incorrect.
S .lat fsee It was off Usulle bay.

t1, A onimulcation from Viveroy Al-
o~t o the 0 t hom1 Ukdet, bearing
1001 in date.' sqayo
0'. st humbly Inform your majene-
1m ty that the commandant at the for-
t' tse at Vladloutook reports at 8:80
this mornnlg seven esseael were aight-
.*d 6oith of Askold Ialand. At 9:45
.they were seen to be warships mak-
n .' for A0Jtld island. About noon
i the enemy's squadron was. midway
between the coast and Askold Island.,
Sinklag for Uaaurl bay. They were
Out of reach of the shore batteries. At
1:30 the enemy opened fire. Two
*0 ve ls in the squadron were probably
g, lratclass cruisers Idsum and YA-
u',imW, .but the named of the other
$158AfMl, are unkliown."

l,''MOwN h- reached St. Petersburg
t the ,600 Japaneme troops who
ded At Plakin bay are advancing
l arts Man with the Intention of

Ht Ruslan flank. To oheckmate
Sthl asoTve# a. Ruassan outpost, 1,600
go'gtttan, (a advancing to occupy Koyr-
B ."tuag, .eB the Tuaen river.


^ m Negroe Killed and Two Fatally
S Wounded In Gambling Rows.
live I"r" kile4 and two
L", rtwlyro #6 4. t"eDoddsvtii*
apd1*.' 11mn Stunflower c6untt.
Sa"., t ghLt. as the result of
QtamVreil growing but of crap qameu.
%I Tie kifllanie odourred in two differ-
Aist localitles and the county authorl-
:as ae.unabletfl4A Nlewe to the
as re mshi e the carnival of
a, as t fr !fty ieesa partici-
in ti filhts Isa ftull O b us-
showt et on. &

i Pi Rvistllal Etimate of
ro Property for Taxatien.
QXoWa, Len4 lalna, Harry
fItey, executor of the late
L Whitney, has filed with the
SNassau county, a prov1i-
of the value of his fath-
,., i _..,t t atlon. fixing
at, 1.00

a 8 IN
the worst at

lRetlon ofon


Smith ROlvee.i .....i A..ll.. '-h .
UP W f *, .. 1TFleet Has Been Cut Off From

t, # -k et. t Utwestigauo. before Vladivostok by JappS

Of Ntom enttOUS Stru 06 1" IMaf oplittes on privileges and
o ruomentous Strug ',WOe of the roetiHts against Hen-
i the Far East. Weed mo ot. ofUtah, was unabat- IS IN HOPELESS PLIGHT
e Prday. although most of the time- .
was devoted to introduction of docu-
emnts subecribed to as the law of the Will, hI MCelpeld to eightt In the
a RUhurSIAN C GE. I that onnctio Open end at great sadvantage.
AWE U CHARGES Prelsident Joseph F. Smith, who agnsin Jape Superior In Men
was on the stand. tesUlled that it the and Guns.
principle of plural marriage should be
Japan Addresses Note to the attacked, if would be defended by the A specla from Toklo, Japan, "yt
Poweft Setting Forth Her church. was exhibited by The four armored cruerers, the RU-
wr eti o r e Intense fooling wan exhibited by. B., o nt
lre vances and Explain- President Smith agalpst individual, liag the omoRuri. Vilad rtlrtock squntd-
IDg Her Actions. hO, ai radspl othe l ron, hTve been cot off from their base
d marital relates oons of the Mr church. d iuat fight the Japanese squadron
911111cials of the MorMrnp tchuih.
Japan addressed a note to the pew. It was brought out that all of Mr. i the Vladivoatock.
-mith's' predecessor,. as presidents of region Vladivoatock.
ers .'rday in response to the recent the Mormon church, had i een poly- The recent bonbardments of Vid
communication from Ruasal. The gamiats, and that the man ehoen to vostok by the Japanese squadron
note has not been published in Toklo succeed him has more than one wife. have demonstrated that the Russian
and Its contents are unknown. Mr. Smith was asked which he would ships are not In port. They are some-
Russla's various communuacatcIs obey, the law of the land or revela- where down the coast and are being
to the powers attacking Japa for its toaa from God, it the two were In con- pursued by the Jananese squadron.
conduct of diploniatie negotiations be-" flt. Hlie said he might obey the tve- Thefou V Ruadivostsik n order to get surn
fore their rupture, for, Its attack upon. nation, though It was not compulsory. to Vladivostoe In order to get sup-
Russia without declaration of. war and | He added: "I should not like to DO piles and the Japanese ,eet Is resolv-
for its alleged violat id of the neutral- put In a position where I would have ed to bring them to battle.
Ity of Korea have beet received In to desert my children-I could not do the reult of the battle will be the de-
o^.. : eh1 J.p1nese qu adr^n oe ratbn1
The Japansae resent what is alleged the subject of rights of women In the The Japa nse stuadroneratilg
to be a deliberate attempt to place church, and whether they hold any shi, four armored crunisers and tto
them in a false position regarding car priestly authority. Mr. Smith said the for armored crr uisThers re alnd to
tail incidents, but in the main do not women are regarded as the equals of unseveral armored criseboats. Thee squadron
take the correspondence seriously. Re- the men In all Iatters of voting, but several torpedo boats. Thu squadron
spending to the charge of violating the that in holding "priestly authority" Is much superior to the Russian lit the
neutrality of Kore' they point to the women are not regarded on the same matter of men and guns. The Jap.
action of Russia in Manchuria, wbero -plant. He etrlalnedthat the women anese fleet s conthmanded by Admiral
thousands of troops were asembfed' have a charitable association known as Urlu, who won the naval battle off
long before a diplomatic rupture oc-' "The Woman's Relief Society," in Chemulpo.
curred. They say that they are fully which they have authority to perform Russia Hears of predicament.
prepared to accept the judgment of certain prescribed duties. This author- A from Secal Asburg says: The where-spatch
the powers on a comparison of their ity I limited to the relieving of ds- from t Peterain Reltzensteins Vladl- wee-
course In Korea, where they landed tress, but women are not ordained about of Captain Reittenstein's Vladi-
troops only after a state otf wa exist-. high priests, apostles or elders. voetock squadron is cahrefullyb guard
ed; and upon the written permission Discussing. plural marriage, Preal- by the military authorizes, but there
of the emperor of Korea. dent Smith said it a Mormon wanted isa strong impression that when the
They deny that Chemulpo was a to espouse a second virgin, he could the harbor Sundnesewary mornships appeared offussian
neutral port after the Japanese land- do so by obtaining the consent of the squthe harbor Sunday mornutngthde, perhaps down
ed on February 8, but whether it was 'frst, but If the consent of the first was squadron was outs de, perhaps down
neutral or belUgerent, Ruslia bepgaa withheld he was at liberty to proceed the coast., cooperating with the Rus-
hostillUes there. When the Ruslian without It. It ia set forth also that alan land force near the mouth of the
auptboat Kortets steamed out of the where the first refuses to consent to Tumen an were o de and thriver.
4 IlAor of Chemulpo on the afternoon share her husband with another wo- Ite Rs eR nwereoutsideand
of PFbruary 8, she opened fire on the man, .he would be "destroyed." Sena- Japanese definitely ascertained that
JaWanese squadron. making the open. tor Pettus asked the meaning of the fact, a big sea fight Is probably immn-
ing shot of the war. The Japanose word "destroyed" In that sense. nent, as it Is considered certain that
guns did not respond, but the Japan.- Mr. Smith answered that she would the Japanese In that case will lie on
ese torpedo boat destroyers answered be destroyed by the Lord, but that he and oft Viadlvcatock to recent the re-
swan not Informed "Just now the Lord turn of the Russians and givo battle
the fire and discharged two torpedoes was not Informed "just now the Lord if they are caught in the open sea
before the Kor:ets retired. would go about it." Ifthey are caught the open sea
The Japanese are confident of the "Then It does not mean that the All the harbors along he coast ifu
justice and strength of their original husband could destroy her?" Benator which an the Russiansmight seek refuge
position in the integrity of China, and Pettus asked. are frozen and the squadron mto Vad
t el"NO.never."eventually be forced to return to Vladl
the fairness of their proposal during No. neer." stock for coal
the neogotlations. They feel fully "I take It then ,that the question of vostock for coal.
Justified in commencing hostilitles a.- getting a wife's consent to marry again ARGUMENT IN 8WAYNE. CASE.
ter breaking off diplomatic relations might Just as well be eliminated en-
and serving notice of their Intention tirely," said Senator Beveridge. Sub-Committee at Washington Hears
to take Independent action. They are "Just as well." answered the wit. 8 statement of Accused Judge.
sure their recent assurances that they ness. At Washington, Tuesday. he sub-
bad no intention of taking possession committee of the house committee on
of lpblnese territory and would guar.- OLD WIFE TO HIS BROTHER. judiciary n charge of the impeach.
antee the Integrity aqd Independence ---- ment proceedings against Judge
of Korea will be accepted by the For Fishing Nete Outlaw Exchanges Charles waynt proceeding of Floria heard the
powers. better Half and Two Children. ,. ,..- ....n... .I rn- .....i-

Official dispatches received at St.
Petersburg concerning the bombard-
ment of.Vladlvostock by a Japanese
fleet Sunday afternoon do not mention
any Russian losses, but private ad-
vices any thnt five wcre killed-four
sailors and the wife of an engineer.
It Ia apparent the Japanese were
afraid to risk exposing their ships to
the plunging fire of the land batteries,
and it Is considered probable that the
attack was really for the purpose of
drawing the fire of the Russian forts,
compelling the Russians to discoe the
position and calibire of their guns and
also for the purpose of ascertainlngl
whether the Russian squadron was an
The greatest consternation was
caused In St. Petersburg Saturday
night by the publication of a proola-
mation Issued by the admiral In com-
mand at Vladivostok, the terms of
which made it clear that Vladivostik.
like Port Arthur, sl to be left to Its
own defenses.


Joint Conferenee of Operators. ands
Minrs Wasee Absolute Fallure.
.he joint conference of the pIMoP
t and coal miners adjourned at -
dliapolls without reaching an agreso
ment. reeldent Mitchell said: "'This
aans a a strike." *
This li the seoQud time there has
been a a .olre to agree.
The final disagreement and adjourn-
meat eame after a day devoted to con-
aider'atieU.ot the. ultiatft of the p- .
erators, wtaleh wa% that a two-yer-
scale beI asig at a reduction of 5 14*
per cent trm .the present scale.


Court of Caesatlh t Paris Dealdee on
RevIsleon f Celebrated Cab&.
The criminal branch of the court of
cassation at Paris kh giante4 the ia-
peal of Alfred lrerfui -tor a revisle
of his trial at teaee.
The court held that a8Ul1t
habvoing had beew made to wart-at a
reopening o the 044 0 ad Oi4rd ed 4
supplementary lsvkIgatlo a to etab.
lish all t doubtfi 'lobtal
iA T .I .\t '
No ed ....t 'IMI1 Thre ili
par- rin a 1ApMtW resy SeiL
OAKU0 441. ..i 4tS 011.4
S tl t i.'. 5 0 iitlbA ,'s.M:,

wD, '.,'4.'(.,',te ,afj i .'"

When John Outlaw ,of Currituck,
North Carolina ,became tired of his
wife and two children some weeks
ago, he sold the trio to his brother,
Jerome Outlaw. He received In ex-
change two fishing nets.
The matter was reported to the au-
thorities and a warrant was sworn out.
The trial occurred at Currituck. It
developed the fact that John Outlaw
did not think there was anything
wrong in the affair. Neither did Mrs.
Outlaw nor Jerome Outlaw. When
John Outlaw became aware, that there
was a possibility of the transaction be-
Ing annulled by court, he gathered up
his fishing meta and decamped.


Painter Prayer to Me Struck Dead and
Wish Was OGrtlfled.
At Montgomery, Ala. Friday morn-
Ing A. P. Dint, a white painter, was
struck apeechtess while at work.
He ha4 prayed God to paralyze him
itf he ever took morphine again, and at
the time mentioned, Immediately after
taking a dose, he was struck dumb.


Maryland Senate Paseee llI to Limit
the Suffrage.
%*b dOmocratio organisation mess-
tr being a proposed amendment to
the Maryland state constitution to reag
late the auMrage and admittedly for
the -#vurose of eliminating the negro
vot was passed In the state senate
at Annapolls Thursday.
No mpubleaa senator had anything
It say. t oppesition to It, nor was it
ehamplaee by any of the democrats.
The bill received 17 votes, all demo-
eatio, while the eight republican en-
atew were solidly against it.


Goevenofet Is Asked to Relieve igl
NOet.L *t Atlanta, G.orgln.
Benator Clay. of Georgia. Introduced
Ia the senate Thursday. a bill. appro-
priatlg *t.000 tfor the relief of the
t `04tee of' Ig Bethel African Metho'
d41t Oburo, at Atlanta. -he claim of
the church 1f based on the orcumpatlon
of the property by federal troops dur-
isD the ivill war.


*wfifel *mod Privation Fallew oise.
r ouis Ptable (lree In Q4dhemsIa.
A sBMipal t L&0wtM Okail ma.
ayet s it AtAt1d. thht ,a0 per.
trg Is.t*ks %AO Mh l usppssS

fically denied the charge that he was
not a resident of the district In which
he held court, and stated that bhe
charges against him were c-aused by
personal animosity of the persons malt-
ing the same.
Judge B S. I.Idlon. repr's-i r.inp, ih
prosecution. summed up his cuint iII
alone based on the testimony inken by
the committee on Its rer nti trip to
Florida, and found .,iilve Swaynoe
guilty. In hin op:nlon of all Th:, charprr
made. He declared that Jutige Swayne.
had only acquired a res.leoni-p in Flor.
Ida since the charges were filled.


Atlanta Concern Will Take Action of
City Council to Courts.
The socrotaly of the Ailanta Trading
Stamp Company. announces that the
attorneys of his company has been In-
s.tructed to fight In tbo courts the
counclimanic resolution which seeks to
place a prohibitive license on mer-
chants giving trading stamps and oth.
er discounts. The resolution will not
be effective until May 1, and no legal
action will be taken until that time.


Retired German Army Officer the Au-
thor of Deadly Tragedy.
Lieutenant Carl Beseke (retired), a
citizen of Berlin. Germany, after a
long and steady decay of fortune, took
his last money Tuesday and gave a
splendid dinner In honor of his 19-year-
old daughter's birthday. Beseke then
poisoned his wife, daughter, two sons.
reapsotlvaly 12 and 10 years old. ca.
dets at the military academy, and him
aelf with cyanide of potassium, which
he seemingly Inserted In the mouth of
each In the form of a pill after they
had gone Into a drunken, sleep.


Appointment is Made to Newly Created
Office In Virginia.
Major Robert W. Hunter. of Win-
chester, Va., has been named by the
governor as secretary of Virginia mill-
tary records, a newly created office.
The duties of the appointee will be to
copy, for preservation, in permanent
tfom, the muster rolls of the confeder-
ate soldiers. now on file In the war
department at Washington.


Stek*yk Mob at alirlngfleld Avenges
Murder of a Poleeman.
At tgeld, Ohio01, Monday nlightL
the anego Richard Dixon, who killed
poliUcnaa, was taken from the Jail
1aa Oaet to death I the t Jll yard and
1~0Y waa take fro" there to the
A0 Man street l Vsatn
1W.f' w ~ 6 *1 *1klls WBl*

involving Congressmen is a
"Mountain of Mole Hill,"1


Deoument "DPlslfese" Only Usual I&n

dersement by iermters or Repre-
sentatlve o' AppelieatJons for

Inoreas of Allowances,

A Wthhlagton special says: The
much-heralded Bristow report whice
was said to contain highly aensatlonal
matter involving members of congress
In improperr transactions with the poat-
offlce department, was made public
Monday apd the alleged sensatlona
proved to be nothing bu,t hot air.
After all that had been said in ad-
vance the actual "disclosures" are
shown in almost all cases to consist
in nothing more than the Indorsement
by senators or representatives of the
applications of postmasters in small
places for Increase in the allowance
made by the department for rent and
fuel accounts. Allowances of Increase
for clerk hire in third and fourth-class
offices have been made from time o
time from a special fund designed to
cover special needs, such as thosi ea t
tailed upon these offices by the it-
crease In the number of rural delivery
routes and from other causes, in most
of these cases th6 Increase being ad-
cured by the member of congress In-
terested In the office, who has Indorsed
the application of the postmaster.
These increases are set forth in de-
tail apparently for the sole purple of
bringing In the names of senators and
Even Fourth Assistant Postmaster
General Brlstow himself., is shown to
have made such recommendations, and
In his case the allowance asked for
was granted. One increase was granted
at the request of "the white house.'
Some of these cases show that Beavers
granted the Increase evidently because
of the political Influence of the men
backing the applications, but in most
Instances it was done upon the show-
ing made by (he offices.
Congressmen involved.
Three cases are set forth In which
members of congress own buildings
which are leased to the government
for postomce purposes. Thp details of
these cases are given by Fourth As-
sistant Postmaster General Bristow in
a communication to Chairman Over-
street, in part as follows:
Section 8739 of the revised statutes
"No member or delegate to congress
shall directly or Indirectly, himself or
by another person In trust for him or
for use or benefit, or his account, un-
uu:'ake, execute, hold or enjoy, in
whole or In part, any contract or agree-
uint made or ey-2red into on behalf
of the United States officers or person
authorized to make contracts on be-
half of the United States."
The statutes further provide:
"All contracts or agreements made
in violation of this section shall be
"Yet In the face of 1-his statuto con-
tracts have been made with members
of congress for the rental of premises,
either In their own names, the names
of the r agent, or some member of
their families "1
The history of 161 rases is given in
the reilrr,. wherein rnieallprs of con.
gress figure In getting authorization
for clerk hire In excess of the amount
rho office in question was ent'tid to
according to the secret method em-
ployed by the department to determine
the merits of the case. Many of these
Increases were only temporary and
have been discontinued. A tabulated
statement shows that in 82 Instanceq
where reductions have bean made
sinco April. 194(3. 815,880 was being
paid annually In excess of the amounts
these officers were ent tlei to.

Naval Bill Passed In Senate.
The senate. Monday, passed the na-
val appropriation bill,- which had been
before it for four or five days and then
proceeded to the consideration of the
army bill.

Rumor That She Wae Passenger on
Steamer Reaching New York.
Among the passengers on the steam-
er Kaiser Wilhelm II, which arrived at
New York Tuesday was a woman who
was rumored to be Mrs. Florence May
brick. The woman wat met at the
dock by Mr. Armstrong, formerly a, s.
Maybrick's attorney, two of his assist.-
ants and a gentleman said to be Colo-
nel Ingraham. a cousin of Mrs. May.
brick. Nonu of them would answer
any questions relative to tho wotinan.


Convicted Postal Grafter Must Serve
Two Yeat and Pay Heavy Fine.
At Washington. Saturday. Justice
Pritchard overruled the motion Ol
Samuel A. Groff, one of the recently
convicted men of the postal trial, ahd

sentenced him to two years In the
Moundville penitentiary and to pay a
ine ofl$10,o00. the sentence to begin
on arrival at the penitentiary. roaff
Immediately furnished bond for $30,.
000 pending an appeal.


Final Deeleln -" to Wages sI Left
With Local URtoi.
The Uaited MinHue Worker., hi nation-.
al convention at tsdinMapolls, Ma1d6r.
voted to refer the 5Ael deoilpl as to
accepting the wAge ofer of tq oeer
torm to the local .ai .
TI vetl o the leathi will
oa'iMarab IS a the ili" ..il.

.m of t u i S fi,.a

Head of Moermn Chuth Oemsi to
Have "Quee@4e*i Smoet--A Poly.
gamou Wle' an the StaLd.

By Russian. Government for


Heed of Mormon Church Confesees to
Forty-Two Children.
At the Smoot hearing In Washing-
ton, Monday, Mr. Tayler asked for a
detailed schedule of Mr. Smith's chil-
dren born since 1890, and over the
protesLt of Mr. Smith Chairman Bur-
rows directed that the question be an-
Mr. Smith gave a list of children by
the wives In the order In which he
married them since the date named.
The list Is as foUows:
By Julina-dlith and Rachel.
By Sarah-Asenath and Jennette.
By Edna-Martha and one 'child
which died.
By Allce-Filelding, Jesse and An-
By Mary-A8las, Agnes, James and
maybe Calvin.
He said he did not know the age of
the last named.
Chairman' Burrows inquired: "How
many children have yost now.?*
"Forty-two," was the answer. "'Twes-
ty-one boys and twe.ty-oae girls, add
I am proud of ever- ona da them."
Senator OverMana sad that he had
a pamphlet a that JesusM Chrlat
was a pailygamt. Tuaihg to Mr.
Smith he asked:
"e Uat what yAr church teachet"
"Xo, ir .as the r sponise. What
we 5u. that Je4 u- Christ- waN do.
Lo A thm a.Uwe one e9 of Xily
- 6 26 d& n d w& to Abft-

WIk thatMr. 6% .tA left the 0 a0A46

*.J K. a. Eitl.,., .r' ,. 'G..

ouhanhal unuIl the war ends.

Ciroulars Sent to All Parts of ths
Country Extolling His "Virtues."
T. G. Webber, business manager 6f
the Zion Co-Operative Mercantile Irr
stltution at Salt LAike City. Utah,
which has branches in all the princl-
pal townsi and clffes of the state, con-
firmed the report that circulars had
been sent out by that institution to10
large bieiness houses In the east and
elsewhere with which it has large dual-
Ings,. bearing on'the Reed Smoot fight
The circular is signed by President
Joseph P. Smith, of the Mormon
church, who Is also precedent of the
Institution, and others. It refers to
the antl-Smoot agitatiUon, says Benator
Saoot Is not a polygamist; that his
peteonal character is above reproach
and that sentiment against him Is be
lag fomented by a "eoterte of sectarlr
minslers in this city."


Ps'epqaaatieas e Fent to tt~v C5

A& Aposesated ? ate rom
tkl ,yti -.M ga ebaa the
rw*ardt taw441eW. wWhh, a 50966.
VIe t~ftft $%'0* ftea 04: #*t Arthur

t ohIfh
hlH rf~ll~aj kr iM~llB1 055uc

A Washington ptch says: Dis- Trouble in Far East.
ouing his wives. and children at the
Smoot hearing. SaturdaY, Preldent H WAR
Smith, of the Mormon church, said: ANOTHER WAR PROBABLE
We had a revelation on our statute .. *
books in regard to the plurl] nat o p
riagss, and it was iiecesry to. obey LoAdtIet*at40 Copenadeis on uaton
that in order to obtain certain bless- GrIs5I-.-*5 D0psni en Francs
Inga that could not be received without And Ge'manyR in Gase
obeying IL Whether we slh6ild obey I a 0lash.
the law of the land or whdthdr we con-
tinue to practice the law of the church .
was a serious questloil." '"Wbe d 0 6 Wt1 t tld b apear as
Smith showed more feeling than he alarmit. Sdt W6wtild bt4oing harm
had any previous time exhibited as he and not good if we tried to con
leaned forward, and said: the fact that the present situation in
"But it is to the laws of Utah that
I am Buanswerable; It the law ot my regard to foreign affairs is one of coa.
state that has the right to punish me. lsderable anxiety," says Saturday s
The courts of Utah. are of competent Spectator "(London) in a long anrille
jurisdiction. Congress has no business on the r*fect of the Russo-Japanese
to interfere with private affairs. war on International relations esp.
"If the courts of my state do not see
fit to call me to account for my con- clally the relations between lus.,la
duct I cannot help it. Congress has and Great Britain.
no right to Interfere-day or night to The Spectator points out how "the
pry Into my marriage relations and Russian feeling of resentment against
call me to account." Great Britain has been theo elt
Woman witness on Stand. cause of their difficulties by enourag-.
After having Joseph S. Smith, preal- Ing the Japanese to go to war.
dealt of the Mormon church, on the Without considering whether th(-re
stand for nearly five hours Monday be- I any U'uth In this view, cunilnuo
for the senate committee on prlvileges 'he S pectator, the Important fact is
and elections, which is investiuatfiilg that it is held by the Russian people.,
the right of Reed Smoot to sit as a and hat "public opinio ia sin arih a
senator, both the prosecution and the state of excitement that war wlh
defense announced that they were Great Britain would be -Xtrenelv
through with him, and another witness popular."
was called. This was Mrs..Clara Ma- Proceeding to explain why the cmii.
bel Kennedye who told some secrets of. tary party should try to escape the
the Mormon church, which, Itf not bro. I humiliation of a pop-Aible defeat ly a
ken down, will prove as important as small Asiatic power, The Spectatu r-
the statements of President Smith that marks:
he and other officials have been per- "A great European war woull obll.
sistently cohablitating witt plural rate all traces of the Japanest war.
wives in violation of the law. Mrs. A popular war would cover tp an un-
Kennedy said she was married by popular one and give the Rus'ans an
Brigham Yqung, an apostle of t e excuse to make peace with Japan or
church, to James Francis Johnson, a withdraw from Japan's reach and i
polygamist, since the manifesto of 1890 staunch the bleeding In men and
and that she tias had two children by money now going on in Manchuria."
that husband. The marriage was per. Further, according to The Spcitator.
formed in Mexico, according to the wit- military men in Russia believe that
ness, at the home of a high official oi war agalnast Great BrJtain would be
the church, conducted In company with oermany
Mrs. Kennedy said she was born in and France and present no risks to
Albany. N. Y., 27 years ago, and went Russia. as the brunt of the fighting
with her parents to Utah, when she would fall on France and Germany,
was 2 years old. Her parents were Anti-Russlan Tone.
Mormons and she was brought up nla The Spectator warns the press
that faith and bad been taught the pro against giving Russia occasion for
priety of the plural marr age and, picking a quarrel ,especially referring
In fact, never had known any different to the aggressively anti-Russian tone
lifo until after her marriage. The fam- of The Times and the impression if
ily moved to Diaz, Mexico, 'when she partisanship, which, it declares, "il ;s
was about four years old. where she dfficult to condone or even unler
lived until she was 17 years old, when stand."
she was married to, James Francle Continuing. The Spectator eays:
Johnson, who already had one wife. "That The Times should gi\e i'ra
Mrs. Kennedy said she met the first sion to those who desire to embroil
wife and they "had a slight Intoer Russia and Great Br.tain Is rendered
view" about going into the family as a more remarkable by the fact that The
second wife. The first wife gave her Times has done much excellent servl.qA
consent to the arrangement. In pointing the trend of German poli y
Mrs. Kennedy said she lived with It is to be feared that the harm du.ie
Mr. Johnson about five years, part ot by the want of restraint originally
the time in the same house with th. shown by the British press cannot now
first wife, and part of the time away be undone, but at least our newspa-
from Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. She sepa- pars realize the need of not playing
rated from Mr. Johnson at the end into the hands of the military party in
of five years. and about a year after Russia or providing material for those
that married Mr. Kennedy. Her pres- whoe dealre to prove to France that
ent husband is an Episcopalian, but her ally has been treated In an unfair
she remains in the Mormon church. and hostile spirit by the British peo-
The revelations of Smith before th.u pie."
senate committee in the Reed Smont The Spectator concludes by urglI~t
Inq'ilry, have caused one senator after the government to be vigilant an-l
another to desert Smoot In his right have its plans prepared for all emor.
to retain his seat In hie senate, and It genclea.
Is the general belief at the capitol that
the Mormon senator will be thrown TO DISMANTLE THE MANDJUR.
out before congress adjourns.
The Mormon question has been re- Plan Reached as to Disposition of Rus.
guarded up to the appearance of Joseph slot Vessel at Shanghai.
Smith before the senate, as purely an on e Go o, a h a
question of politics. The question has Consul General Goodnow, at Shang.
now grown out of the realm of politics hal. reported to the state department

Bunau-Varilla Ssys Good-Bye. gard of the laws of ngntrality, and
M. Bunau-Varilla. the retiring minis- that the. Ruslian consul general of
ter from Panama, called at the state Shanghai had notified he Chinese tao
dto Secmaretary Hay, prearatory to his Mandjur and to her being detained at
departure for Paris. an of h ut ri o e
M. BnauVarlla th retrin miistha theRu~an onslgnerLioft

Auws~vwe4~ ftA

.got"it d oure tr
'* KI d ebeay lsm't aecessary
4 It'si easy to make gold out
am "IftorlMe! How?"
its ieTo-tract for removing It, and
let the lkl o you'Fr work."-Philadel-
piOU IU Studw ad Td mes.

ltrpm.,ex "a ere, eNo ils orservoi.
nB arterflst dsayi use of Dr. Koine's Great
torer, ltirlabottIleandtreatae free
r t. Lxna,ltd, IAroh8 t., Ptlls.,p a
It i Msaid 'that gray horses live longer
than those of any other co'or.
S ltore-aursme BMlldasr Corns
b ei n Je acre. prodaccd me
heIly. jhat._.R ceeesJ bul a lovely
hd ,.I. Yi leiWlell in
198Mfi ltnd .. 1o 0 t., 'enn.
1 ba., and in Mich. 220 )u. per acre.
You can beat tbis record im'rUt,.
/ En AC'lE?
120 bu. 3leardles lnar ey per acre.
310 bu. Sailzer's New Naliiinail Uidtl per A
80 obu, Salzer Speltz and Macaroni Vheat.
1.01 bu. Pediaree .l'otitl.oe er re.
14 ter.s of rich Billion Dollair trass ilay
00,000 lbs. Victoria 6ape for sheep-nti A.
I10,000 lbs. Toosinte, the fodder sonlier.
4,i000 Ibs. Salzer'a Superior Fodder Coin
-rich, juicy fodder, per A.
Now, such yields y.;u enn hive, Mr.
Farmer in l04. if you n ill plant Salzer's
seeds. tA.C.L.1
in stamps to Jolui A. Salzer SeeC Co l a
Crosse, WI.Vi und in-ine thliu g-.at
catalog and lots of liarti s>'ec-1 |i,|
A plysician in (ermiany ha I i.ov.rel
a mu.thod of obliterating wrink:',i
tno. Wihislow' tucthliugs'yrul. icrhll Mi-rn
teething, softentihe iuii., irduilicactliililia-
tiou allays paltil lri rn Inll -. i.. ttil
There alb about 12,00) i.ti.. in lie 1'1ll
Ippine Islands.
1H. Uj GasaN's s"o.s., of Atlanta. (In. are
tbh onlysuoesiaftil Dropsay .-ipe.i,llItI i hq
world. Eee their liberal uf er i inl,-rtLiu.
ment in another colunin of tolis iipour.,
T'arnaedover love is anythligi~ n a., sil
l1iso'sC ure cannot Lie too hlilhly i-.,..,n ,,f
as a cough oure.-J. W. O'ltuli., :12-J 'hir.I
Avenue, N., Minnuapolls, tMinO.. Ji :... Iti.,).
Many a man would be glud. if I,. \ife
would talk to hersc!f.

i t

Miss Alice Bailey, of
Atlanta, Ga., escaped the sur-
geon's knife, by using Lydia 1.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
DRAB MRs. PINuuAM:-I wish It
express my gratitude for the r,-4tor',l
health and h.tpplneas Lydia E. I'lnk-
ham's Vegetable (Joinmpound has
brought into my life.
"Iliad suffered for three years witri
terrible pains at their time of inenstruii-
tion, and did not know what the trouble
was until the doctor pronounced it in-
flammation of the ovaries, anti
proposed an operation.
I felt so weak nail sick that I felt
sure that I could notsurvive the ordeal,
and so I told him that I would not un-
dergo it. The following week I read
an advertisement la the paper of y3our
Vegetable Compound in such an emer-
gency, and so I decided to try it. Great
was my Joy to find that I actually im-
proved after taking two bottles, so I
kep taking it for ten weeks, and at the
and of that time I was cured. 1 had
ainevd eighteen pounds and was In
excellent health, and am now.
You surely. deserve great success,
and you have my very best wishes."-
Miss AI.ac BAILrl, 50 North Boule-
Tard, Atlanta, Ga. -- woo fofeit if original
Sabletter proulng ofnu lnmiess cannot be pro-
All sick women would be wise
If they would take Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Veetable Compound and
be welL

Cottn Mit Have


Potash is an essential plant food
which must be added as a fertilizer
Ih tA soil will
i 'bome ex-
hausted, as is
true of o0
Iany cotton
fields. &
We have books
giving valuable de-
tails about ts-
r We will -m d
.sham Wes saray be who asks as for thei.

'o 8trenuqus Ordinary Persons Woul
Die From its Effects.
Boys who make a fue because thel
paret oblige them to take frequen
baths should be glad that they are no
Esklimo children living on the shore
of Norton Sound. In that cold region
of Alaska all the boys are obliged
to Lake a sweat bath every week. and
this bath Is no joke, you will find.
A fire of driftwood la built in the
centre of the floor of the kashim-the
one roomed house where the men and
boys of a village pass most of their
time-and when the smoke has pass-
ed oft and the wood Is reduced to red,
glowing coals, a cover isa put over the
smoke-hole in the roof, and the place
becomes thtensely hot.
The boys then must take off their
clothes and sit about the furnace like
apartment until their skin becomes as
red as the shell of a boiled lobster
and p- ems on ihe point of blistering
Owing to the intense heat, the
bathers are obliged to wear respira.
toirs to protect their lungs. The'eo
respirators are pads of shavings bound
together, concave on the Inside and
convex on the ou0t3ll,. and largo
enough to cov-er the mouth, nose andi
part of the cheeks of the wearer.
The boys sit there until Lhvy are
dripping with perspiration. Then
they rush outside Into the Int,,nse
cold anil roll In the snow.
A gentleman who spent between
four and flve years In the neighbor
lihaod of Debring Strait -ays that on
several occasions he saw thom go
from Ihe sweet bath to holes In the
Ila on a neighboring stream, and
Equattlng there. pour tie Water over
tleL.r backs Rnl shouhloders with A
wooden dipper, apparently experienc-
ing the greatest pleasure from the
Although tho Esklmo boys score to
%ftbstani autch a hath as this all right
and even to enjoy it it would, In all
probability, kill any boy who tried It.

The Strength of Gun Steel.
TherL- It going on at the present
time a steady advance in tho strength
of the metal used In guns. The elas-
tic strength of metal now commonly
used In larger guns la about 50,000
liiunds per square inch. and In the
smaller guns it runs as high as 75.000
pituindlt per square Inch. Thia, how-
evtr, Is used only as an additional
rmirgin of safety. largely because the
rc,)ill of guns when fired Is so great
now and Ihe reaction thereby set up
in the carriage is eo several that noth-
Ing would be gained by lightening
the gun. Lglrtening the gun would
only mean putting additional weight,
and perhaps a weight greater than
that aaved in the gun-carriage and
founaltation. Many are of the optn
lim that the advance In the strength
of gun silel should be pushed fur.
thuIr. liut it would be hard to do this
ailont i lowering to some extent etie
i l rLpir-re. This now runs In the neigh-
iorhiool of eighteen to twenty-five per
coint. and it could wisely be lowered
fir the, sake otf gaining a harder and
.ltri)ng.r metal. because the entire ope-
rauilon of the gun Is within Its plastic
limit. %'hen it moves outside of this
and becomes permanently enlarged,
a comparatively slight enlargement
would giva warning, and the gun
would lie laid aside and not used any
more.-Sclentific American.

' Young H unband-.Sl ll sitting up,
" l.-ar? Yeui shutllln'l have waited for
ni,- I was itllaineil down town by
imuplsrtant bii.lnoss and-
Yoiung Wife-Try some other ex-
cuse, George. That's the kind father
used to make -Chicago Tribune.
Reeder-"Scott said a clever thing
to-day; said tlint luck Is a good bit
like lightning; for It seldom strikes
twi'e lit the satne pince." IIrede'r-
-"Ys,. and as a rule uillier of ihem
needs to."-Pennsylvannl Punch Bowl.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of the
country than all other diseases put togetlur,
and until he laut roew years was supposed to
be Inourable. For ag great many yeamr doetl
pronounced it a local disease and prescrebad
local remedies and by oontantly fatllhig to
cure with local treatment, pronounced It In-
curable. Holencoe has proven Catarrh to bm a
ron ltntlonai Il isete and therefore requires
constl tatlonal treatment. Hall' ( atarrh
Cure, niaauftotired by F. Cheney A Co.,
Tolao, Ohio, to the lyostitutonat l cure
on the market. It is taken InternaU.y in do
from 1B drop toateaspoonflI. Itaotsdireot-
Iv on the blood and mucous surfaetss of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars for
any easM It falls to cure. Rend for el oreularn
and tesdrtlnolale Address V. Coas &
Co.. TolA O.
Take Fallr Famil'y t Pill tfor eonMtlpation.
"Goracionl," sighed iMr. De Spepsey.
"I wish I could acquire an appetite."
"For goodness' sake!" exclalmed his
wife. "what do you want with an ap-
petite? It would only give you more
dyapepsla."-PPbndelphla Press.
P61iNLM TADKLEn DIAN do not stain
the hands or spot the skttei, except grean
and purple.
By n roand iiround after round of ap
la te he orator climbs thel ladder of
The sb or gils Inll oiiCas
Ih the eoatratin of cold. which often
relate ri ouawly to the lung. Never neg-
lect a old. but tak in tunime Tylor'I Cher-
okee Rnmrdy of Swset Gum and Mullin-
natuare' great coughs medicine.
At drgists, 2-c., S3c. and 1i.00 a bottle.
Ay iw Uti Liitle bk begi busnem on a
mu scale.
Bllllaii E DejIg ui'ea sad AlftUs.
Whm mmsisrod d1h0111et Dollari
Oram s shse i&VB l d dM *
emSha isft t ee-to pew.
-"_elec-i-. turedt abomt it, wg.1".
talked *a w t i w sUl i
.t t e ind lbe
E to%%La ili

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CatI.arrhi tRnhb Wt'

Pe-ru-na, "

C,'r,,aied Sweetbreads- Make a white
sa111lee it th two level tablespoonfuls of
Wlitte.r. when melted add' two table- .
spoofuls or flour; stir until mooth;
ililn ndd ihret-fourtlis cup of milk and '
s81r 1ntril smooth; add a little pepper _________
iuitl salt, a IIttle (ayeiine pepper and a
I -liht grtiting of IutUlieg.
i li'.tlio and Ptpper Salad-Boll four S
i.,ittoes ntitill tiuder; cut a green pep- ,*
1"r1 Itil half take out the seeds and
cho. 'I tIhe pepper flue; mix thoroughly;
1 .tir i; vr one-futrith cutpful of vinegar,
ti wIh hii is added half a tenspoonful of
-i-:i;r alid two tablespoonfuls of water,
tllitu pour over nil two tablespoonfuls a i
of oil or inelledi Liuttel. a 5
llninility 'ukes-Mlix one cupful of
ci.uil litllld ioutityd with Ihe yolks of
io ggjts, one fourth cup of milk, hnlf
it ciup iof flour; beat tihe wIilies of the
e l-'s, ihen add them to t ie hominy
11.lli on e levl- telnspootifu of Unking
piowilr; liput tliorouighly.v and bnke on
ai hot grlldle; serve with sugar amid
bli r oi w- ith lit a],le syrup. -
Stewed Mhithrootis-C'lenns tbe misli- ...-- .. L.Aisuit .
rooiiit; put them in tlie chafing llishi SVY utFlVAUWUf"l ssli's
wilIthl n llitle blollug water; let lairmer e-ssaless^atssssi1,i, ^t
Ilve minutes irub a little flour In a Miss Flora Hlnuter, 1032 S. New Jer-
little clmid water and stir until sinooth; cy street. Indiauapolis, Ind., writes:
tlinU nald it to the nustlirooins and stlir I thftnk Iw isat have been
enr.fuilly until thickened; season whithi troubled with Catarrh otersinoe I
still and poppir and add one-third cull. w as iv'ry young, aggrswavatd ea0
fill of crennii; serve on buttered toast. | time I ca Jnaht a cold. Thie did noto
Itice Gems-i-Ha tIwo eggs until.very. prove suflitegnily serious to be ob-
light; mid to them one pint of milk, n io.elosWs unfit last winter. Thetm
0110 and one-half culpfils of Indian ilyvAoadand a nosewer eo stoppesl
minal, one tablespoouful of siltr. one sp that Ifelt I Mustido tioomatetting.
talblespoonftl of butler. iulted; one jPerisnio sel.e reooemmenided to wm
cutp of boiled rice and three level ten. bif a j'rteldi. I uaed it f/r fbur
pooiiifuils of linking ponwd-.r; pour into c w ,eeka, and foundtm I yrelHiefthat
greased gemin pns nnd bnke In a quick It o ured mte. I have not had a bit
oven twenty-five minutes serve very of tfrable slniot. Mr head is olear,
liot. aes fia i can a/fsiU aflirn that Pie-
R cupful f iv alr in a siniill pnun; when f mllis-frs.. v
It Is lI)olliig addtone tstiltspoonful of
butter anud three .enping tablespoon- Hundreds ofWomen OaredbyPe--r-n
fula of Hlour; stir this very rapidly; of Annoying Catarrh.
when a thik paste reino-e It from ln 1 j HtARTMAN has probably don
the fire annd add two eg s unbeaten. I J more thlaii any other phymscian tI
one by one, heating well after adding ward utioulari'"i,8 a menna of escape fro
enach, drop the oughh in lutups from twisted nose offensive breath, dry take
tlie teaspoon on a buttered pan; brushli hl ilue to tie ritaging effect, of catarrhi
then over with heaten egg and sprinkle e has made chruonie ratarrh a life-lon
thickly with grated cheese itnd dust study. His remedy, ps>pularly known
l at ur iPeruna, is the mint fanimus rtniedy It
with enyetuie popper; put li a rather catarrh in exiistence.
ilitick oven and bake fifteen minutes; Probably there is not a man or womna
serve hot. I boy or Werl, within tle lnintanids of til
I United iMatesr that hiss not heard of 1'
Creiam of Green Peas-To a can of runs. Ily far time largest majority hlii
groeni peas, less half a cupful, add tiee Pei1inua.
three cupfuls of chclken broth, or The inultitude of ioenpic that have bee
rich stock of any kind, and simmer to- i cured of chronc earri by uing Perun
gether about fifteen linlutmtes. ielt
a fourth cupful of butter; when
bubbling, add a fourth of a cup of
flour; stir over lIe fire until well
blended, then add the penas and let .
boll a few minutes. Runb the mixture
through a jleve. return to Ihe original, i- o n
kettle, and, when boiling well, add the OrI l _
hnlf a cupful of peas which had been
reserved, three cupfuls of hot milk and
salt and pepper to season. When the
luollliig point is again reached, stir In |
lightly a cupful of whipped cream, and .
serve at once with croutons or wafers. I
This la a delicious soup., appropriate -
equally for eiilthr ordinary or formal '
occasions.-What To Ent.
HOVSSHe LDJH Lu .se Dure.ba.h Wall Coating.
-^ -' J Won't Rub Oft;

If vegetables have been frosted, peel i s a Itsok ement s to and
or otherwise prepare them for cooking,' dying, animal glue, as ma
and cover them with cold, salty water, hO various so-caled d"walU in-
leaving tliem in a fairly warm room imbes," which are kalsomlaesM
over night. mold under fanciful names.
A very useful hilut to housekeepers Ii J mf V o i dllihl...
that tlb boll rice well is an art. t11 a
teaspoonful of lemon juice is added to
bollinig rice it will m ake It w hite and ..._-
keep the kernels separate Bird Walks for Children.
Bonlto Salad-Cut cucumbers In verT I wonder to how many other coun-
thin slices and dress with sugar and tryralaed persons a bird-walk would
vinegar, but no oil. Mls with scraped be the complete revelation which it
shreds of dried bonito, a greatly fa" proved to ma. How many "having
vored dish found on the Paclfie coast. eyes, do not seeT" Though I' had
The greatest care should be taken to lilviud among them all mty JIfe, I could
thoroughly air a sleeping room In count the birds with whlobh I wa fa-
which gas hais been burning during the mlllar on my flnaers. Nor did I
evening before the room is slept In, ai Imlagine that, except In Isolated cases,
it is well known that a gsa burnTer l others were to ibe found near my
a great consumer of oxygen. home. Now I learned, to my surprise,
Should a candle be accidentally that In almost any Ave miles of coun-
blown out when there are no msatcheai try dom forty differenM t bli dst
at band. the flame may be rekindled J in summer, while dosetn more eonsi
by blowing thn wick at once whibtle it is and go during the periods of the
smoldering, giving the candle at the spring and fall migratUions. Tweaty
same time a brisk Jerk upward, species, moreover, is not uassaeusat
A formula for stopping one's balr number to nd living around one
from calling that can be made at bone durtng the winter months, and most
by simply buying the ingredlents and of these are dlffrrent from thosee
then blending them ts made by takilg found at other seasna. In Cental
an ounce of Jamaica bey ranm. one and Parli, no lens than two hundred spe.
one-half ounces of cocoantat oil. two eid- may be seen In thet conim of an

and one-fourth drams of nor vomlea entire year.
and twenty drops of oil of bergamo, A bird-walk geiserally take' in a
Une this to massage the scalp with In a sweep two or three miles of eou s
rotary motion, with the Ups of the try, and the children are always dis-
fingers. appointed It of their return the note-
Does every one who lives In steam. book contains less than thirty ames.
heated rooms know the betieft of
bowls of water kept standing on the Calfernela Orang In Italy.
radiator? Every radiator in the bouei Two hundred and fity cases oe
should have its bowl. a low. wide one at all orange tree, of the varIety
for preference, and the water should known as Wmsitaglton i avel, hIve as-
be renewed every mornlag. The st-i rived at NKeples frofia. Is DiOs
mosphere is made moltat and freah.. (9 dlaen a f Matls$. T- r wi er er-
plants flomrish, and the family temper dare4 by it. ftallejh iSltWt for
Is generally improved. The bowls may the purapos o etif e rt a t l _Ai t
be of coarse Ibt artistle lottery, or efC cultural Ilnsutats i. ll.ly u to t"
brass. Neither need be eKpentve. t Royal VUll t aiswlporia heAo, e
Walnut cookies are old-tiae favor-I Rome, a dioer ,boM esuP4l Ota Oy
Ites with children. Allow one eMp of. be, made ft Ofr jU* t 0 -4
butter, one and a half cuptais atf ars. pofrtua tt i g of umsm
three egs and one uptfl a ndr aatUaeO G1~ xehl 8 l WvUOitf
mixed with two cupftls of a of Orang"e in laM Ue.
walaut nOata. Cream- the btli et.. ,
a.ga, aq4 i$.4 the P Ms.) i .. W EALTH 1 Ma ,.'.
Mat. Lasly, &ir M inonl eMiet 0a # Bd -
,ptIeP o Ser lute woll
Deep on ta qMof

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we ma e men msjl** i tw
waan fte *weiM. aWeeise a Ne
ENGINES and 50)15 A .
L1INTERS for QIl., kiw, .
awe Be everythiacg se*it a
Writa for luatrted rCasne t ,

Continental Gin .
Birmingham, Ala. ; '



Complete Externol

and Internal



Many a girl has reitimiedl ier fdled I liinl mlit wait muilil eatarrh has fastened it.
beauty, many a niltron ilt. lengthli eneul li i. If in son |iparl t if the system.
days f her comnely alppaiirain'u liby iniii i Peiuilin al ito quickly anid Iieniflcially on
'ertlna. i. iih illitium-l iniutuuft nUoinLiranes lining
I'errtia pil'lirt.oa e'.anli imuriis mtnc i lui dillfrerit irgai of the botly. Thus
liraies, lthliie hnii of acLii l y in minlry amiI ii will cilre rLtarrli wliinever loented.
aii Ierfurt 'copiiiudlsuunt. If you do not ilderive prompt, and satisfac-
The women ihav l lbeen slow to is tlory rei.imll. rrii lie use otf I'rumnn write
cover thlit a courset of I'truna will idol it onit I D)r. Jlrtrmnan, giving a full state-
more toward resCtoring youilhlifi l eauity iiinilt of viour iiie nand lie will be pleased to
than all the dilPnvbc known to teliencu. giii y3rii hi vailuall>le advice gratis.
While it in triie that 'eriiunn cureS en- Aaliiri-es IDr. llnrtmiiinii, I'resident of
(arrh wherever lncnted, yet It ii advinable Th'e lmiirtuln ii aniltariiti, C(olumbus,
for everyone to use I'eruna aIs a preveiiLtve (Jin.
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The Only Sanitary and Pewnanent WaHl Coating
A LADAGTINE Is snt a dieease-breediln. hot water lile w allansh, urnish-
Ing a lodgment and harbor-ground for tise-ase form I i to a natural, rook-base
eompoilUold, In white and many azquhxtely jeasulftnl Utinsl n powder form, ready
for nse by simply miling with sole water. Anyone coN brush I eln.
ALABASTINE cements to walls, ditroys dil-sese orms and vermnla, sd aewe rub
off or sales. Other wall oonting., nnder fanolful names, and usually miled wlth bet
water. are uaihoalthrul arelsomlinie, etnolk on their wall with glue. whilh aen rft.,
iionrshes gorms of deadly disease, rubs and lnatle, polUing walls, clothing and uraimlber
When lb to ineeeary to reflnlsh, the old oobs must be washed off-en e xpensve, n sti.
dlsagremable job, making the rooms damp and unfit to Ulive In.
When walls are ones coated with Alabastino, umooeedingf catm say be applied, year
after year, wlbhout washing the Walls, thus svling great expenim and annoyaeint
Hot and Cold Water KealomineB Have No Merit
Bone dealer tryo ell thm, buying them cheap, and trying tosell on AlabsM-laeda alld
uaUl such Ume M their oatuonmer learn of thta Imifitimon.
If you cannot buy Alabbsine of your hardware, pinl, or drug Mal rdefs an
imliatons. iand write s. We will tell you where you can i 4 AlabahMenle wtihi delIry,
sw elt yoedit @ i OS 00.00 IVEN AWAY. Write fo.r pariela.
UL"V C 0V hsa ea 4 n o, and arw aits Meam b e
s .eiy mVai:s V prope,-e

Alabastine Company G,.1N 8 ,In. M M.._,

A deeyaed apple eaten bh a schoolhoy in
Dubli caused a fatal attack of ptomaine
o,000 PRant s For lee,
This is a remarkable offer the Johg A.
Seler Mead Co., J Croe, Wis., uakfe,
They will send you their bit plant ant
med cetalog, togeNtLr with inouih aedJ
to row
AM0 ine .olid .hsHles.
,,00 1UNoenl Cwrou,
9MO riqJl, Jeqttor LtUel,
rb00 illgid Oi,
g"liealt eK s ade in order to In.
daoe oa totry their warranted sdse -
for Vhe eu easeo plant thqm you will
trow aO et=he, an
ALL iro NITr 160. iPosTrAo.
pviyou will return th t notion, and
iy yea 1 wad thibm Ue. il poeta4, they
will a to the above a pmeka thl Ia.

3letha" worries awonDn like forstteing
a s crt sne wantl&id tell.

WrUl ne e a sewU f 4 a lm e
wa Meflfr see4a to d ll 0 f Kids
Wmy T. ve -n, l aodd ara4.ll dw
_rnIt dlliimliWe" wiO. _aW n *P M Intta

41 Sulk Forsyth St. AnlmIuia

Engines, Boilers,
Saw Mills
complete lHaf erried in stak fbr
Mes Masaery. Lawes Price sad BNteS Tie
Write us Jor catelogul prl
eta., befrl buying.

Consisting of


to cleanse the skin of crUstS
and scales, and soften the
thickened cuticle; CUTIs
CURA Ointment to in- '
stantly allay- itching, irrita-
tion, and Inflammation, sad
soothe and heal; and CL UPtI
CURA Pills to cool c n.
cleanse the blood and exi
humor germs. A SING
SET, costing but ON. I
DOLLAR, is often. si .4
cient to cure the most t01,
during, disfiguring skin,," A
scalp and blood humor&, w'
emas rashes, itchings5.and ,
irritatIons, with loss of hi.
from Infancy to agel. W
the best physiclaps sand
other remediesfaill. .
agST saw'



romen of Health and Beauty,
akes Women Healthy and Beautiful.

eMI s Amanda J. linvon. Frairehilld. Wis., witel s
= : "I write to toll you h.w m..i i eh runa beae iked s m. For



. -t-

a" am ees - tion to the expenditures instituted
SApril 0,s 0 ,asat Gal".vU*, by-bim in the last two years',"
sesoaud.class matter, under At of sas the Birtidgham Age-Herald.
qf March 3, IM. 2ae ll presented to the paaoplw

ua'every Tuesday and I 'ridaw.y Irtilting tioney dawn otto
a yei'n advance. .. 4lt from their pocket, f ,
.plowfor ot b ith. hma: s
s for Three Months. tri" and s.
ADVXaXRuMo R*T,. hod wwithP Ui
ocal eaderm in bsvern type. 5 cents esthets i t.l445
aRoofor Six-each iOful -'I, 6 5196
' ae for display dvMrtisementa priced .R f
,Bil ...on .. ,.

raw to hi clm na.

." Hon, Samuel Pialeston has rdtlred
from the race fw tat 'rlsmuW .
'There ISm p ty o0hauet lllticl


.. Palatki lannRmr-H :; "Wilk
Call is now advocating trusts, and
Ha rgceivin ancouragemet at the
4 of ie. coiporatioun. How
S the Wghty fallen."

,W. Pe.body,.a repre-
-of the Tinmes-Ulop .ie4
Ru2 Sanford Wdina4e8 I
i the ..raved onuts will
l apatby of the mews-
eMirjrafty of Florida.

shassee Dalty Capital: "The
j|e$1i-Star continues to pub-
.both sides of the Sheats-Hollo-
PpoOtrbovwy and If what both
aI. toUe of ,oaLO other
aUit. t tgr the otiAtlo. of

IiiIiiachustts has sued
,, damages to his auto-
uaed by "Kough public
If damageA should be
to this fellow, it wPll theu
3b to some Floridian to sue for

6|ism to his mules, wagons, etc,,
S y our "rough public high

ld has dropped out of the
O 0,fteas. It is.uald he
t in favor of Dougherty.
gherty gets all of the origi.
Mo Topa1d votes, and loses none
,hose that were already In store
blat, he will probably gqt one-
h of the Volusia county vote,
,U m counties he won't get
.w York Rvening Post
>andidpts e arst without
Z bi h auoh a ma aas.the
d ye us believe he isL
U e a dgato the mIore
=pt pItentiarlie. But,
ft em bere that Hearst is
Sacabdidate for tie Democratic
pi floin for President, and we
au't be surprised at anything we
iml'about him.
j.our announcement column to-
-wall be tound the announce-
Jo. Chairman R. B. Weeks, of
U.tnuty School Board, who is a
Mate for renomination and
ju to a position on the board.
" Weeks has represented Diqtrict
:1 on the. board for several
He is an honest, coanians-
LChristian gentleman who bas
to the best of his ability.
reelected he will doubtleip
A: lass earnestly for the cause
t~teni1 the future than he
a In the past.*

'ltor Tallaferr-- has been
yof one act which his sup-
,can't defend. each Sena-
ia. t hia disposal a free mUil-
6boat0hip at Annapolis, and.
i*^ tokthe custom which per.
i'ey Qiti~rvilg young man
compete for the pris, Senator
l ave thta. atip,
rto thet soaluol
SThe Oainesville Star a
'he Senator a column 'Of'
Which to explain hia un-,
sation, and we hope he
-levy Times-Democrat.
abow was advertiaed
Sx probas bly other-
^v -'M; ,a theater in

-, ~ ( l~nux-

.*AerIcan Pres-

*AP Lat expenditure on
tbdeMayflower in 1902
and 1908
etlmated cost of repairs
this year,
Coat of keeping the May-
flower and the Sylph at
the disposition of the
President In 1909 and
Estimated cost of kepiqg
two ships in reia e.
for Presidential call this
summer, s.
Asked for new stables,





ToW$, ~910,641
"If to this sum be added the cost
of the naval by.play off Oyster Bay
last summer and again this summer,
we have an aggregate exceeding a
million dollars, especially. If .t0
damages to ships by grounding on
rocks in the shallow waters of Long
Island Sound be Included. .
"All the extravagance in 'sand
netr the White House come directly
from the pockets of the people,
an4 the tearing down of the present
White Hotase stables, which' are
fiuer than 95 per cent of the lhaoaM
in thbs country, and the o.tsntruc
tion of a hofte palace, would add
to the popular burden.. Poisbly.

however, tbe latter will be post-
pomad until, after the Presidential

Wf. H. Edwards, writing to the
Columbla State from Chester, S. C.,
diBsc ses the dispensary system in
a manner that shows him tabe very
much opposed to it. He urges sev
eral objections to it, One of the
objections is because the enforce-
ment of the law requires a "large
heavily paid State constabulary.'"
Surely Mr. Edwards can not be ig:
norant of the fact that three-fourths
of the peace offers of the land,
where the licensed saloon Is hi
vogue, are made neessamy by thi
traffic. Liquor-however handled
-mehes constables a necessity. He
also affrmas that "blind tigerism"
fa more rampant in' dispensary
towAis, than in towns with no dis-
pensaries. He may- believe his
statement is true, but we can not
believe it. Lu no to*n and county
was there ever a greater, callingg off
in the amount of drinking, blind
tigering, and other crimes, than has
been in Gaiuesville and Alachna
county since our saloons closed last
June, and yet there are some who
affirm that the reverse is true-God
pity them, they know they speak
n6t the truth-but those who so
affirm are usually those who have
an antipathy for anything that sav
ors of moralityy*
W4 *e unaltrably opposed to
the diab t Su t f dally n&
with theA 1 Wquaion (proni
bition Is the remedy. but, we do
know that the Cen la o*o h
worm than the disptesatr wed<
know that it is the zjty 4
calle4-.reactlon that is.
by tAew .oon men tbwwi^
Ing man that it le the woe pla
that the devil eer invented.
e..mAOW e.kle a .white. Masu
in Savrf % Oble ,tst laMondal
night, a iro was taken from jail
by a mob lint lltte ath. uis
then thie t -*oom wa drsggk
S-throngh sam e= t1 principal street
K4or 4eA g. wto one of t
Spub li- *w, where it wa
i a pole and tid
thb members o
te lamob opltpwtug t shoot, raloas

a16b4* nbn

a)4 with u it
magti^ttfo tiry inte






to Such

The war will be to the hilt. No
quarter will be shown, The license,
ed saloon will be driven from the
State when the sober, intelligent,
moral and God-fearing citizen is
6 n aroused something will surely
occur, Let us arouse the. saintly.
wow hbood, the angels .of our
boes, saod their devotion to their
cbhldren's, interest will challenge
tbh. Cb]gjvryof our voters. Business
men, euitoap, patriotic citizens,
lovers of iakM *end every true
.har aisn, wil lhue 'p' with us.
"The God of the ar.sieme of srael"
will be on our side.
Let ut have a rousing convention
In every county, aad elect delegates
to a big State convention to meet in
Jacksonville, and elect delegates to
a big State convention to meet in
Jasmoavj)le, and through it speak
to the mnaho ad at th State in such
term as wa i iambe the eappemrc tor -
* A c pact F goota nlt16ao of p
tewmperanc foe es .il much, for
in thtsdpmp aelfry Work the )epe
*a wluthb the l p of the bMsou dOp
ped4"- wll.t ig IoUrly e.te4 ,

mtoffd"*ffilr jKH~wM'0^wwlN~

In Stock, and are c06*tt ntly receiv- LCottol
jinp0to.1date!" $ -oes or- Men. !,.
I,!men and Children, at popular H igD0 3
prices and ot the best miiakes. &' e

W e :call nipor

Particular attention to the Ladies
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
ea," an "'Walk Over" grades.

J. D. Matheson,

thusand u~!j~ $b~11-P 15iilu55FP.3

.ar il dor can-

#84 held st ot Cryptal
aI y V aa w t fly.wve
th t, .n attedance. Lee
Sfroam au towns in the StaW
trm raome of the dealer In other Itm,
indarsing the eafv ete~t, whih1 owtat- q

owands the obet te WIfetaona ti
workaUt tl iatwu In fmef ee ft a
dtarstOlUUs, a"t Vio are t llh
friensUof twillbe lo thelao .lorda

tareanduwill probably tm aeeld Ithis
towon, t late In which to laterey plans o the

to ebaUch our politic s and debase

oar State. The rum sellers are
.alfirmed by the growth of prohi-
bitein e ntiment and conviction in
the State, and so they propose. to
enter politics n order to perpetuate
The debating work of the saloon.

The policy I to "endorse candi-
dates for all State and national (?)
(Lord, save us,).ofdices; to work
against legislation in reference to a
dito debaryuch our (MypoltMy) and to
know who are the friends of their

liquor deslels of Florida." In the
biast sentence you have the whole

matter in a' nutshell, Every intel-
ithent mand so the whole country
knows that the dispensary question

The poal purpose is the repeal of
dates for as make and nllega liquor
lln a verydifficult matter) and

fasten the evil friends of the barrooms
ligpn the people. whol country
All right thinking men, Whether
they be prohibitionists or not, are
anxious to keep dead this temperance tomb

quston out of politics.rely decayedof
the friendal purpof the saloon charging
that local option W as a political
ellttng a ver, in y roundifficult matter, and

the enactment of such laws as will
nales themselves are going to force
the saloon in to State p.litics. This
will mrigean the debasement of our
politics to a lower levp this temperanit i
now,quesandtion out people think it is as
low as it held be. aloon cThe siloong

debass.and degrades ever% tuning it
touches. I'hiere iin othmig gcec d
tht lore ofptebauci wery,i a political
att is in y rodividual lat ifsummer.
Leow it comthe saltoon pamen that the uti
nterestsa into politics. We shall
be prepared for them. Th oy have
polbeen driven from every their po-
sition and they peopll-e rethink cited from
Sathis. The business cannot be saloode-
fended oan moraldgrounds, nr from
a business standpoint, and so they
Propose to force it upon us in the
political arena. Well, it will meall

law that will run the last rum mill
from our "fair State. Sveruh tactics
will serve tho rouse the slumbering
f energd on moral grounds of niroble men
who have beMstandpoint, some measure -y
Sdpolitical arenatofore. It will array
every decent mawill run the ltate on themill

side of. an. uncorrupted legleslature,

Is omuietimes bard to keep pace with ltil
our facilities are equal to all dentandls,
hretlier .ou want to build one house or
o0 e dozen. You are on the right toad for
the right kind of lumber when you come
our way. We deal in all kindsl of Iuild
ing Material for outside aniid inbile finish
to complete Any dwelling, hotel, stoie or
factory Tell us )our wants. We will
do the rest

'PHONE 166.

SRobt. McClellAn,


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



Eastmap Kodaks and Supplies.

W. R. Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Call on me'when ybu want to buy

Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
Spddleg, etc,



No*e iaihereby given that applUoatis
for ptterm patent will be made to the
QoyVepMn of bp State of Florida at Tal-
I.liaeCs. 0-9. Ml ji? tth 1964. by the
M. E; Fu ch Comnuapy.
We, J. E. on ch. I a.eswmprth
, UHarrison and t. W. .tep hn.0ll
Alaehua county, ia., do hmubjr makm
application for Ietttem patet inorpomr-
ating us Into a corporation In soe cn4ce
with the law of lhorida under the lo-
lowing chapter:
iLt The nameeof the Corporation sball
be the J. B. Rftth Coinpay, withIts
principal plau of buVfaeisat 4iachua,
a-tyl SAlachu. Statt o2:0tl_ A4, with
OtAh r am orla a o am o ibtlooea a

14 1m



the meeting of the stockholders to be
held on the second Wednesday -in Janu-
ary, A. D. S. sand on the second Wed-
neaday in January of each succeeding
year. Until thefirt election. J. Pautch,
C7. W. Stephensand J. IHayneeworth,
shall conatitulte the Board of Directorn
and J. Futch shall be 'resident and
TrEaurpr.apdf!. W. N tephe" ahiall be
Vite* Pmlnt ,an4 Va. arripop eiml
6th; The highest amount of Indebted.
ssa the mdd corporation shall at any
timne subject itself to Shall be Aftees
thousand dollars
,7th. The said Incorporators hereby
snbMcrie for the following amounts of
Stock, to wit:
LJ. Futh, four shaems.. ,ooo.o
J. XIarison, one share r,ooooo
j. Hayeaworth, threeshares,.$, oooo
, W. Stephens, three shares. ,o0.00

eof Ala &chun' '
JS5FCR the^ .4S^

Department, lw QMNIE3VILL.,

-Pa ~id .fop a 9~~n obo

ed or Lint, .Large or fmnUl a1MlUtities.
ed Sea Island and Selected Florida
Planting Seed.

Air l ine Railway

Scelinilv ff-clive December 7
o)p Lv Jackonville .
4op ..... Uldwin ....

i 46 io 45P 5 o3p .. Waao. ,
2o 5 36p Ar. GAINESVILLE
5 36p Lv
S5p Ar .. Cedar Key .
26 Lv Silver Sprinj .
I 58P 12 5:al Oaa .
2 55P 2 13a .. . Wildwood ....
5 Jup 72 a Orlando....
4 14p 4 1a ... Dade City.
5 iP 5 39a .... Plant City. .
7 08p i 2a P l. . i etto .
7 28p i 46a ... Manatee
7 45 12 30P ... Sarasota ....
6 oop 6 a Ar . Tamps .

I,v Jacksonville
tAr Fernandina .
Ar Brunswick ...
Ar Savannah
Ar Fairfax ......
Ar Denmark .
Ar colunmbia .
Ar Canlen . .
Ar IHamnlet
Ar ilniington .
Ar Southern I ines .
Ar Raleigh ...
Ar P1ortsimoull .
Ar Richmiond, TVa.
Ar ~t ashington .
Ar Baltimore ...
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York .

9 ooa. 7 O5P
10 isa 9 ooP
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I lop II 5O6
3 c9p 1 44A
3 57p a 2Mo
5 30P 3 55P
7 4op 5 54a
9 55P 8 5a
S. 1205op
il i8p 9 36a
1 53P 0o 458
8 ooa 5 35P
6 358 3 12P
so Ion 8 3op
11 25a II 25P
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7 148
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4 04a

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8 25a
8 2s5
10 37;
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7 27a
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lv Jacksonville . 3 4op 9 75a
Ar Lake City ..SI... 5p nI 2oa
Ar Live Oak . 6 p 12 4p
Ar Madison . 7 55 12 5I)
Ar Monticllo . 9 lop 3 5p
Ar Tallabassee . 9 4op 3 25P
Ar Quiney . . 4 17P
Ar River Junction . ... oSp
Ar Pensacola . .. 10 5up
Ar Mobile . .. 2 55a
Ar New Orleans . .... 7 a
Lv Jacksonville .' ... 8 op
Ar Macon . . 3 408
Atlanta . . 7 5
Chattanooga . ... 05zp
Nashville . . 9 2o0p
St Louis . . .. 7 ,.a
Chicago ....... . .9 513

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Onceo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur.
days, from laineaville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing roost Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond sand Wasolgton. Vestibulet
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Itichmosd. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
.lacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
Jncksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, WWamne and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.- Leave Port Tampa un a, Tuedays and
Thursday, 11:15 p. nm.
A. 0. MACDON ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jsalcsonvllle, Fla.
R. C COBB Ticket Agent. Galnesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
r n rf .- ett ct July s.5,'903.
.. . .. :X.. .

No. 6. No. 4.
tlxcepi Daily.

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8 10
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Ktrfwood .......
... .. lyatt ... -
...... Plewellea .
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..... Rocky Poaint .......
{ ..... Gauesville ..
.....Bellamy. .
...Cyril ........
..... Gnman ...""
.......... SOmiDOan City- ....
Lake Butler, 0. S. &FP.
... Jackionville, J. & ., W
SLake C ity. is. am f.....
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Rapid Trapsit apnd Upsurp Awse( 5ervigs.
Time Table in Effect November 29, 1908.
Depart For GAINEBVILLi / ArriiWS rou
3:40 p I High Springs and Inter. $Alpw
Dai, mediate Poiats
15a 56p Ocala, Lees6u g andtampa, and | AM
Dal lvi Internedlate Points. | j
-: I. Palmitha. Daytona, Jacksonvlle, 'li rapm
Daly North. Bast and West Banly
18 a m High Springs. Wayero Savannah. Brnmawick, l to
Daily Albany. Atlanta. all Points Noth. est Weat Ds
Dai l Rochelle, Micaeopy a4fit .. .
.Da. l Ihi Wgi 8prin-p sf
;r -u- -s.- -- I'-j
Chicago & Florida Limited, sodid vetlbule train at O' 1 l14 Library, DinLng Car snd Coacbesbetwm st Au f st sA
nigbt out.
St. Aug f.... ,'EC Ry. 7 50 am v ea '; P
Ar "ackson vil le .. BaDm Ar. "
w, Ja 1 .o-le, -ACLtr.9I1ans Lv .

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