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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 18, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME L



TK.,QNAUTAUQUA
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-CMED. I UESDAY


Lost Enter6itiments Cooi and
Well Attended.


DR. STROUSE COMPLIMMED.


A Large Crowd witnessect the
"Passion Play" Tuesday
Evening
After a feast of-go-41 oiaig.; i.,Nimg
through a period of fort i s-five da). diii-
ing which time Gaiiiesville Onjovell a it-
ligious..-Oucational alid boci.11 Irlat 1[.f
whIC6 anycilyof Lice its si/eeoiM %%ell
afford to be prouti, the Nst entertaimitent
of the seabon was given in the Taleirsiade
Tueivlay pight, asid w, i -. w it i i k- sset 1 1) a
large audience.
The Rible Conrerence i%%o %%cc_-Lm, the
ChristiAn Workers 1111111tUte t%%.'L) %%eck-;,
sinill the Miller Chautaucitia sevivecn
days, were all pleasing siacceshes.
The closing tueeting 'ru(s(iny twening
opened with a short but approprittir fare-
well address bY. Dr. Clartiice it. Sit ouse,
the pgollpoter of the enterprise, w ho has
placed Gainesville utider lasting obliga
tions to him by establishing 'and punhig
on a safe rooting the Bible Voijfereiice
aud Winter Cliautauqua bere. I I r.
Strouse. spoke feelingly of his efforts
hcre, apd how the same had becii re- I
warded. He thanked tbose mlio had i
givenof theiriime anduioney toasi-t
in making the enterprise a success tic I
stated that in order to make the Chau. I
tauqua a permanezit thing for Gainesville
there niurt be souie proviiises to buy A
tickets for another year iind vi)iniigh
pledges were at ouce giveii to rijake the I
Chautsuqua for next year a ctriziiiii, y. I
I)r. Strouse then annowiced tliat the j
Chautauqua viould lie here al.a ii ni xt
year, and the ancomiceutent was f1pli-m e(l. 1
by a itortu of applgttse.
Pollowing Dr Strouse's reinnrks Dr J. L
11. McKinstry, Jr., moved a risiiig %ott: of
thanks which was responded to in a innst
enthusiastic njauner by the large midi
ence. Col. 1. R. Webster thc ii % &eia c.n
the stage, made a few appropritte re
niars and called Capt. Geo M. L-oich,
wh(i mounted the platform, made a fe%%
remarks then offered the rollo-Aing reo-

"Where", The citizeiss of Gauitsville
having due regard and admiration of
Rev. Clarence B. Strouse Ets a forceltil,
devout and influential dispetisator of
Uod's Holy Word, "d beitig desirou ;of
giving expres4lon of our adiniratiou for
him as a man and preacher.
"Resolved, That we hold in grfavitil
recollection his earnest. zealous aud ei -
thuslastic work graiitut.fously reiidered
for the upbuilding of character and the
inpulpation of religious teachings aiid the t
Puri* ation of tbq morals of our citizellQ.
"Resolved, That the citizens of (lie
city of Gainesville, m ish hiai God speed
Ila his further efforts, and prayiug %*ith
devout earnestness, invoke for lihn God's
choicest bkosings, with the foridest hopes t
that he will be spared with Increased eu-
ergy and continued &race, until by his
dispensation our city will receive the ol ben -
efit and bmiqp of his presence at our
next bible Oonference.11
The repolutlons were adopted by a-
una4imolits standlug vote, avd the greal.
crowd waved handkerchieft and cheered
rp!hnslisatically, aftev which Dr. Strouse
Arove 494 1004"tly declared Lhat he then


(ler it-wm".dmqly affection.
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SPARKS FROI-11 nICANOINY P U BIVINS ARrl
Farsssser!i, Weather, Politics, p(jlitl. BLIC OPINION 4 Splendid Place for'Picnic Grounds
clans and The Star. --Colclouah 1111111
%licallopy, March lb -The f7dirmers in III couilmiq AiLli Mr. J If. Vidal, the
this %ection ire I)ti,)-. hn4i uic).'t of theill; SCORES W BEATH editor of tile ,tar enjoyed it drive oil lite
srem I(.) lie -Iiapp)- oil tile wa) to a satil, G iill"VLlle tilld Rocky Ioint road a few
factory harvest. 'rhe %%ealher of la:1 day% %go. Its far otit as Itivius ArIn. It
licti beeil its fiiie as could lie desirell, aiiii I S,-I.vs McBeath Is Sheats Chief was tile first tilne we had ever I.Reen out
our farmers nre inaking jcoo.l tiNe of tile I i iii that section by private couvevaiwe,
Roustabout. I
tilile auti we unist coiift so we (tic] not know IN---
We knowallial Mi-Ilopy is second to fore that there was such magnificent
[1'-) 10%% 11 111 1 IIQ 4*011111 V U hell it C011les to j cellery aloug the route as we saw.
consideriug aud encouraging tilat wil'ich THE MEDICINE AD. AFFIDAVIT Ilivins Arin is sit arni of the great
uplifis and ritakes sliest better, but otir Ilaines F'rairie. it Is not more than three
I lililes frosa Gainesville. anti is crop-seel by
people art! nut the kiml who think It I e Is Sorry He Caused the (w4inesville anti Gulf railroad and the
wrong to take all intere..t. ill p3lities, sti(I 513Y3 H
It I-; but firmik to a3 that there is nitich I Mc. to Uo to So Mugh t1alnesville And Rocky Voint public road
politival t4lk iii these parts just slow i at about Lite sailie point, 111,1111 fight there
4.1tir people ire iiadly divided oil "State Trouble. is oue of the grandest places for lbicnic
SuPeFilitelident of 11111ific Insfructinii [CONTRIBUTH11, groundis that we have yet seeri. With a
We believe Sheals nild Holloway are Filitor Star: -We bFL%-e before its all at- littit. PFeparation I-eautiful picuic gribuisils
kle had there, %%bich would be ac-
abolit evenl y matched liere. anti we arv ticle printed ill your laat issue ht which Coll'd
not sure if tile sante is tiot true of Ielley. I h, Woishipful Flightless. Toui.P. Mc. cesbible front Gaineavil le anti other near-
Kellunt atzql Lynch. the three candidates Beath, lite grand Kliedive who is at Ines. by pointis both by rail and dirt. There
for count) asiperintendent. ent a faithful satellite of Mr. Seats aud would be plenty or shade and plenty of
M icallopy %A ill go almost. if licit quile chitf ruitst.about and spittoou cleaner for fi`h-
solidly, for Fennell for sheriff. Our the S eats party in Alachua county. Bt- Going froin Gainesville to Ilivills Arns
people feel that it would be exceeding13 le- mpts ill a ulaimer that is truly pitiable we passed through the Colcloukh plunLa-
dangerous to give tip Fennell now. I It to I ack tilt Lis lack uC reputation for Ve- tion-owned hy Mr. C. A Colclough. of
has made a noble officer. and no other racity lby tile contemptible subterf"Jte of this city-and saw Colclougft Hill, which
"'an Ill tile C0IIII1Y 10-1a)' call colle with callitig oil a brother satellite to ald hi"I in I$ 111111110fit Sk little 010110LA1111, and an elthet
criuie aud criminalis, and bring offenders trying to establish Lite truth of the Ins. side of the road.some of the finest Atruck
in as well as Wash. Ventsell can. inensity fit qpeatiou. We had im idea mutt vegetable growhig laude in the hkate.
Nearly ever5 body here is for Stockton that lie; would take seriously our sugges- Mr. Colelongh has a valuable place out
for the Senate, though Talinferro will get licit In regard to the affidavit, when idow- t1sere, a rid we doubt If there are not inany
a few votes. paring the ItTlicle with the medicineadv.. people his Galuesvillq this wipter who
Nobody seetris to care much who will but it seems that it appealed to him as would be surprised to know that there Is
ue ('sovernor. Some say the race will be just the thing to do under the circunt- fit Alachua county nilything so Ifise a
beween Broward naid Davis, sortie 88.3. strice, for It would appeal to the respect lilVe mountain an Is Colcloug h Hill, and
between Davis and Mays, some say be- for any statemignt under oath which over- surely no one could glee the place and
tween Broward and Mays, and others say credulous people sometimes baie We then think that Bovine Arai is not. n
that Ilrowii k rilpidl), Railling ground as B are Indeed sorry, -Bro McDeath, to have ispleudid place for pletsic grounds. -
result of his judicious advertising vut you to this extra trouble but mince
IlRrrs is tile choice here for Gwigress, you took the trouble wouldn't it have CAPT- GEO. SEWALL DEAD.
though Alexander anti ..lark May get a been just as bandy to liavt had the legal Died Suddenly at His Home In Jack-
feWN-0teg. brother state that these letters of endorse. sonville Saturday.
Willis Colsoii is the choice for Tax ment were all written during the period Mr. 11. C. Stevens, of Ifigh Springs,
Assessor, and a majority of our people ol tinic Vou mentioned, I. e., front Sept.
are %%ailing to see who will be in the I I 1903. to Feb. 12, 1904, and that they was in the cltyva few hours tuesday. Fie
field before exptemsing themselves as to all had reference ts the present race, In- hall juRt returned from Jacksonville,
their choice for Repre. where lie was summoned oil accouial. of
seutatives. Till- stead of ruerel v saying that each extract
maii is being spoken vvell of, an'd fioute was taken "from a letter front R county the death of hin brother-in-law, Calpt.
Hrt' w0ridel"I"K if Rivers will be a candi Fniperintendem I; asid that no two extract,% C;eorge 11. Seawall, whicht sad evetk.v ac.
'inte agaill. are couple from the same letfer.t. and curred at his home in Jacksonville last
We ilotice (and it Hives us pleasure) Saturday mornin
leaving us In (loubt an to which gr the Deceased wile Po-r several years a real-
L Imt tile circulation ocif tile Twice-a-Week many race& of Mr. Seats they had refer- dent of High Springs, and was a Popular
is increashig rapidly in these parts. ence to? But pray don't take any more conductor on the Atlantic Coast Line
X;inost everywitere we go fit Micalsopy trouble about the matter for really what (them the S. r. & W.) railroad. He ri-
%% find the Star May Its ciliculatiOll would be theilise? It we believed You to moved to JacksonvAlk two or three yinirs
cmilintle to iixtewe. stiff may the Star be a liar tio number of affidevits %ould ago, slid VVIng still in the rillroad bitill.
Nil vit, oii fir many emrs to couie Cve us into believing one of your PrOduc- ness.' He was taken Ill Priday and (tied
VARMICII dcit% even though vouched for by others the next day. Ilia suddeii death wilt
qf whose verecity we are uncertain. A carry morrow to many hearts wbere-ling-
WE MAV LOSE M'BEATH. liar can always Bud solue one to sanction A-rodl lnwa 0"A rrl."Aalhi" in& Ul-


Giddems Unparallal Uair Grower
IS All that ;14 name iMPHOS. It Cures
i dandruff stops falling hair mud -produces
i newhair. Itisanexcellenthitir4resser.
For sale at 0. R. Oiddfngs Drug biors,
Gainesville and the PostuSce Drug OWN
and J. A. Rt;pbens, High Springs. -
Col. Thos, R. Oweos. of.HfSh Springs,
recelvgr of the bankrupt stpok of J. C.
Newberry, %was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Owens will sell the bq"mpt stoolk
today (Friday) It be emu got as much
73 cents on Op dollar for it, but If It
will not bring 91310 75. P" cent hir.
Owens will kold on to. it mud try to work
It out some otbar way for.the creditors.









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Try FAgan's market fur best isiessts.
W. 11. Garrett made a Imsitleas trip to
Alachua WedtiebtlaY. Announcements Under the above head,
of reawnable lelwth. will be published in
JIRVe )'0111 VILIMINIX CICallell at ()%%ell each and eve issue of the TwICR-A-
bye Work.. 11113" 14- t WICIM STAR r7rorn. now until Lbecam-
J. 11, McDonald 1111i'le it )III-lillems Ili' I to paign is over for ift for each announce-
poiias sonti, niesiuy I silent THic CASH must accompany the
copy for each announcement. Announce-
F VoIC)l 44 M1101LIO. vil'ited Isis nients at this price must not contain
ralmlilv'111 thig elly S111146N. More 111,1111 TWI(NTV I.INam, lucludinx
h4vad mid signattire.


wedilelkht% qn 14-gal Nibille"%.
j A. of Ltcshiiig. k ill
lite cit%- oil a %-i.,il lit Ilk 'uit. Iletj. Ilc-
Cornitick.
C. A. Galselt, H pronlillelit vililvil 411
Bell, wits trititsiciiiag Nishies-i ill the vily
Ttichday
AII)i rt Daliglatrey eanje to Elie city yen.
lerd&i3- front Alitchitit, wheic lie is visit-
ing Isis lbarents.
Capt. 1% .3. MeRav. of llawthorn, was
in Ilse City yeslvlltiy' fuld did the Star
c4ice tin agree-0-le % itil.
S. 1'. 'I'lloistas. and iWeFt-sting little
datighter, bliss Mittid, %%cte ill lite city
Tuesilay hoin High Springs
State Senator j N. Pea -ock o Sit %v t i
atee cotinty, was ain(,ug lite pronillient
visitors in Elie city Well"clild"Y.
Dr. Willitini Suillics-Intid, U proinineut
fligh %_ipring3 physician wid Surgeon,
was In Gainesville Wedaienday.
Dir. John Kincaid. a prorninent pb)*-
iclan of Roane, Ga., is ill the city oil a
visit to him niece. Mrs. A. R. Harper.
Mrs. H. 13. Godwhi returned to her
house at Ifigli Springm Wednesday, after
several days spent here attending the
Chautauqua.
Today au election of the property liold-
era will be held in this city to Issue bouds
to the aujount of S;zoooo for paving said
stieet purposes.
W. J. Detaby, of Ocissla, spent Sunday
with his fanally ill this city, aild Mrs.
Denby returned to Ocaln with bliss blon-
day, Land will Apend a few daysthere.
Geo. L. Taylor,'atiperinteii(lent of the
Gaiiiehville Peach Orchard Company, said
a probable candidate for th-e Legislature,
was a btleluess Vibitor to tile Central Uty
Tuesday.
W. X. Hartleson, oise of jacksonville's
prominent busine" nien, spent the last
days of ilia chmaltaugain In cafnesville.
and wan well pleased with the splaiOd
entertalaments.


Clark Circuit Court.
To thir I lemocrjtJ4 of Alachua County:
Am the Stitte Executive Committee
lla%'t- selected the zipth of May for holding
otir Prillidirs I hereby announce
111% Self its a eandidate for We position Of
Cfvtk of the Virt-tait Court cJ Alachua
toumv. an-1 I solivit iiot only the vote,
11tit tilt- %t1l;11MVF1 %)f 111V friends to secure
Iny election if elt;cieti, I promise to
Perform the iltines (if the office falthfullY
Intl fully. I make thim romise knowing
III, I le
thoroughly %% t 11 otte lities are. They
have already been lvarkit-41. by ex ierlence.
and I trust that all Dell-'erittic %oters
may consider iny appeal it, Inakillic their
selection.
Respectfully,
SAMU" It- IVIEM-Ka-
Clerk Clroult Court.
Irellow Democrats orAlRebus coutilYs
I hereby minotincir Mysell a candidate
for Clerk of the Circult Codrt of Alachua
comity. subject to )-our action in the
Ovissocralic Primary. I solicitthe sun-
)ort of all Detn(writtit, and If I sui elect&l
ondhe to discharlte the duties of the
C21re to the very beat of my ability.
Respectfully.
J. MAXICV DUT.I..
Sheriff.
To the VOtero of Alachua if.'Ounty 1
1 hereby announce myself a epindidate
for the uffice of Sheriff, subject.to the
action of tile next J)entocratic primar
If elected, I liromise to discharge tz;
41utles of the office to the very best or In?
ability, still I solicit the support of a I
voters at I lie lie.
REmpectfull
0'
Y
Sheriff.
To the Democratic Voters of Alachua
County:
I eivibrace Wo metbod of expreasing
my warmest appreclatiou for the con.
fidence you placed in me III i&A, and
continuously front that date to thit, and
sincerely trust that your confidence has
uot been betrayed. I have sudeavor*d, to
the very beat of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of perons or the cons*-

I quences to myself. How vvell I have @ac-
t ceeded I leave to you to judge. I have
been encouraged to believe that my aW
forts have received the apl)roval of the
peaceful law-loving citizens of our
county, tar which I am truly thankful. I
am a Mn a candidate for the office of
Sherl and will appreciate yopr support,
and prouilme, If reflected, to resume my
duties unfettered with any promise to
special favors, and *hall endeavor in the
future, as In the past. to do my duty the
beat I know how. Promising it elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
010ce again. Respectfull
_... L. W). FxmNscLL.
111heriff.

I will be a candidate for the oMcs of
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the on
port of the voters of this county in X
conihq( prienary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Representative,
1 min an ever,
T1119o. If. 1VfUA2D.
County Superintendent.
L hereby anitcunce myself a candikiste
for the office of super Intandendent of
PUbIlc Instruction of Alachua swat
nub ect to tire actiOn of the mu= &
Prit'llary.,and respectfully solicit the ouV-
port of a democratle voters.
Respectfully,


I hereby
for
in =ep =*:t
action of the
solicit the support CA say
w. Tz
Le lelature.
To the Voters :?Alachua 00unty:
without the dightemt unkind Z'.
for thaw who did not Vote for =0
last primary and a bAtart full of gradtaft
for thom who did. 1 091910 GROF for Mi
position one Your Npr
honorable of
mutative* in no most General ASqMUYi
Support we it I am right, GUMMA =6 40
lonit an I stay right and l4aye we ale"
when I go wrong. donte my have 11100
many laws already. GrauMfir they
were all good once, but many are usel-
some absolutely pernicious and EWA
be wiped off the statute book. Being a
Democrat I will abide by the action of
the primary. With good Mul toward all.
111ell. I am yourn t;Ml
JOHN W.TRX
04.1
Solicited by many friends. I announce
ui)mIf a candidate fbe Representative
from AlwAua. county In the nart
tars, subject to the Daniocraft I=-
It elected the people of AlachnaVan
assured that -their lots will. bp
token care of In off lm=ex 11A0
and I shall tops"y ex:frelftsi
slice for the onackment of a Tallatst I".." . .
Similar to that now in force W
which has done so much to volvow
labor problem In that State.
A. U. HmixAxv.

Legislature.
I hereijy announce myself a candWate
or Representative from Alachua county.
in the xex 'Le&Iature. subject to the
scuou of the Demoggratic Mary. If
elected t oomise to serve.tv P&G& as -
faithfully no I can, and I soUcis the #m .1
port of my (Wilow Dentocrats at UW.=--
CRAB. KODOX. 4A
Legislature.
Democratic votese of Alachua county,
I respectfully announce sureell' a Cenci-
date for the lAffislaturs and solicit y
support. I wiff obide b the SCUM
,be primary. Vours truly,
1. A $8024DIFOn.
Member *shoal Board.
The Ideuds, 91 J. A. King hereby an-
nounce him a candidate foar xPetubw of
do Alachua County 8 chool Board trata
DistAct No. x, subJectte the ac;&$; of
the enwersUc prLwar-Y to be bold X
10, @Pn Maldt the support or
Democratic voters b9th dmrft the as=-
p&12n sud at the poilo on weeDon day.

By request of fdawls I os Mr.
',4
mail a -candidate for renomination a
member of the Board of Public Lmobve.
tion of Alachua County, from Disirkt No.
r, and samestly soilcit the votes and in-
finance of all Democrauc voters at am
coming prims7electlownd it slatted I
pledge myself f1pithful loos after the
iduemlonal latersits of the country.
Respecu

County Commission-or.
Ir berabr man am
count Com or D ME a:
Z, aub lact to the Primary, &W dw
Semite raw of up
d is-t-iiet, pled U a? econvailml afta Imis
Partial advaln ton of the 7dwri of
The ofilos It elected.


A. A. McRA


A... ".. P-MYO U"U .-.Ajw 1. U USOUU
%i h -it be soya, especially for a considera-
tion, and tivo lies won't make one truth
1111y wore thast two m-rougs make pne

We are awfully sorry to have to itaubt
yoll, Jiro. Mc., and will try our best to
bA eve you itt Lhe ritture, hut do not im.
pobe aii our credulity by performing any
more of those political contortion acts
such as you have been hi the habit of per.
forming. An imstance Ilke the similar-
ity of your eulogies on the records
of Russell and of Sheats, extracts of
which appeared in the columns of the
"Sun" a few iriontbq altice under the
title of hIcBeath vs. loleBeath," Is
enough to caume no to doubt whether con-
sistency is a part. of your moral anatomy.
not to mention the change in -your views
in regard to Mr. t3beats in the past few
years.
As ia the hebritof men of total depravity
% hen check united in their dediXas, be has
tact reason with vitupentilon and fallen
back upon his old resource of villifying
those who oppose him Witli borrowed
phrases and blark1juaftl expre"lons, of
which he is past umater, he attempts to
turn tb* tide of public opinion. Whenhe
adopts; them methods he has us sadly at a
disadvantage. We ore not averse to mlittle
political &now-ballingvid might even take
a hand at usad-slinging it it became nec-
-essary, just so long as nothing worse than
mad is used. But when our opponent
attacks ab with a scavenger's bucket, we
are constrained to retire precipitawy and
leave Jahn alone in his element. So long
as the controversy b tonfined to the
bounda or common decency Ive stand a
chance; be7o d thle we do not cam to
go. With hhn viltopention is an art, and
never was painter MoWskilifull with his
brush, or wulpfor more adept with him
cbimel. than is he with his vocibulary of
iodecent phruses. which to so extensive"
to put the vUest treet Arab hatne.
If "out of the augdance 6f 47 heart
the mouth spciLketh" be true, Me's bear%
would make a val amble acqutsitiou to any
curio museum. As we said 1begon..we
mball not set down into the nd" to carry
on the Couttoversy. We, too. sivp will-
ing to leave tbe cam to a c"did public.
But whenever a mosefteeftY to of" to
the PWFIC. we account It our PrW1UW to
inquire, Ipto the SAMOR -Of W If Me
filtbu of ft prdn". ft to bs st NW11112154 I
dmd"4 -dou 'ftt
bqwiry 'JAWTHHf7ft
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ered Jvve and Friendship tar min
Capt. Sevall wen a 314son, ind WILS
buried with Nlasonfc honors. Besides
other relatives an& friends he leaveft tcy
mourn his dq!ath a grief stricken widow,
who will have the synipathy of inamy
Gainesville and-lilgb Spring@ friends, in
this, ber hour of sore grIer.


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Marly PeOPIO who villited Gaitiesville
durimg tile Hible Conference and the
Chautauqua, were higilly pleased with
our town and people, slid njany of the
visitors will come again.
Miss .1kra- narris, the beautiful und
accomplished daughLeir of IC4kor and
Mrs. Frank Uarrim, of Ocala, retumed
honie Monday, after spending a few days
here the guest of Mrs. W. It. Taylor.
Mrs, It. C. Reitibarilt, of Wade, after a
pleasant visit to her sister, Airs. 1. 0.
Andrews, this city, has returned 110111C.
She was accompanied by her niece, Miss
jearile Andres, who will 'spand a few
days at Waite.
Mrs. Will Goote, a worthy lady o
thin cJty, desims to imfortu the public
t2at she takes in sewlsigand will be
leased to have those hoving such work
do, to Psend It to her. 8he will do
good work at reasonable prices. tf.
Those who owe us avything ou sub-
scriptim, ildvertlaing or job printing.
and are waiting for a couveulent linse to
pay It, will please irenieniber that "now
is the accepted time." Those who owe
us anytblog Will.-Please come along and
avo14 tho rumb.


Hie Has a Flattering offer In Ken-
tucky and May Accept.
The 1-5tar tegret- to allnuillike that thA
1-*ieniinar% is probalilt, w, hnsc tile stirvices
of Prof. Tons V. Nicilualli after tile close
of tile pre., 11L fie,-Oli I IC 1IRS been Of-
Vred lite direcimbliii) of lite Teachers'
C,)1lege of lilk flliji.i illater, lbe Rreat
.9otithurn Norinal School at I;owli4lg
C;reeii, K s-.. at it %ilarv of $z,,j(xP a year.
%Vhile lie has iml. 3et dernifteiv accepted
the position, it i, understood atnon* his
friend-R that he %ill do bu Mr. h1clienth
has be-en in Florida now twelve years and
it i4 but just to sav (if Iiiin that he stands
not only aniong 'the c(lucalional leaders
of the Stnte, but at Ilse head and front of
them. If is leparture will be a real loss
to the educational interests of the State.
There is no inan in Florida who would
be inore greatly mibsed. We trust he
inny yet see his way clear to remain with
us, but, if. go Ite must, Caineaville's loss
will be Bowling Green's gain, anti may
he anti Isis excellent family be prosperOL 5
ati(I happy %%herever they may go.

AdveritiscO t-etters.
Litil. oi uuclained letters In the post-
office at Uniziesville, Fla., for the week
ending M irch ua, i9o4 Persons calling
for satne j.hould any advertised and give i
date. One cent is due on each letter. .1
LADIRII.
hf.ss Annie Atkibs, M isa Bessie
"aiunes. Miss fria Hendricks. bliss Sere- i
na klays, Mrs. S. C. Jones, Miss blarigaret
bdo", Miss Bertha Page, Mrs. Sallis Par-
ker, Hattie Perry, Miss Sussic Slinmons,
hIrs. R A. Thomas, Mrp. Jannie Thowas,
Mrs. III R. Wbipp.
OVNTLZVXN.
T. J. Anderson. A. Armstrong. D. It.
Brown (2). J. C. Cost&, James Fox', W.
M. Fortenberry, Thomas l3aburle, Rob
ert Goodwin (2), Rev. If. Hankins, J. P.
Hester, Ivory Holmes, James A. lacksou,
L. J. Johnson, Dr. J. C. Kerr, Mack Mills,
J. Malphurs, 1. R. Mackey, Jeorge Mork,
Jobu Spence. W. A. Vsigner, Goirfiel.
W111laqw.
0 AnNoW P.M.


Mr. Sledge's Funeral.
All that was inortal of Mr. C. 0. Sledge,
who dictl In West ralta Beaeb Sunday
night, was laid to reAt In Evergreen Ceni-
etery, this chy, Wednesday afternoom.
The funeral was in cbarge of the OM
Vellows, mud Woodwen of the World, of
which orders Mr. Sledge was a weambe-r.
The funeral services were held at the
Methodist church, Rev. W. 1. Carpenter
officiating, mud Robert McClell-an acting
am funeral director.
A large number of sorrowing relativen
mud friends followed the remains to their
last resting place, and covered the grave
with floral offerings.

The Dwater Koew Bowl.
A Pennuilvanta former named IU=
was subject to some kind a$ Ats whWh
rendered hlrn totally unconscious tat
hours at a time and on several om-
sions convinced his good wift that she
was a w idow. I t was pretty IS k n x Ily
known that sbe WAS by im means
averse to the widowed state, fpr she
avA the doughty Hans did not live In
Peace Lad Smity.
One day Hato was strkkft so usual.
The good wife appl" the umal.rame-
dies, but this time they ftik4 to fe"we
the unconscious inan. A doetw grab'
callet and P(Ur a thomugh QX&=1Pa,-
tS= bA alieft his beed. &ad mid 90-
amnly:
"Dot Iso so bed. Ulan Im loft
The widew vroteud*4 to 11io ev4some
witb grief, and. Woulne ever *a priw
trate form of her husbarAL.sM W~:
,Vb. mein Raw JIM todtl Vale UwW
Iffis udtrg
But Haim reviving madddsly, @*
Nola. now I lich ban all Wir
021alm- mid 1* WHO low.
14le sUlL Dar &wtor k0oWN
to maodnp,
A enflow 1=112040 09 00 VV 0811 Of
musk evonen ftm ON I a
Wharf of ambWe *&To Isamu
they
djux tizar k Aft.
Irmat
I No AM h "f
.00 4z -A

doom
'it
peoesodon 1hr
alawas it
"6 -d"FINW 60W


0. KaLLUM.
County 8"p*r1nt4n*O1kt.
I am a candidate for the office of Illue
perintentlent of Public Inatritetion of
Alachua counly, subject to the Action of
the Democratic primary. and solicit the
support of Democratic voters. If elected.
1 *011 favor retrenchment an4l the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. Kxm.xv.
Celwnty Superintendent.
I hereby announce myself a esudidstat
for the 915ce of SuP*rib'--ndeUt .01 IP11110-
Ac 1 astruatibn of Alachua wooly. soblio
sm -sk-&& &oL-
to the Democratic priuUWyp P.."R
OutMort of nentocratic ToWs. V 11W.
I iW[II use every hanomm "W I -
ulclate the county end
debts. MY POIICT WHINV=00a,
good terms ivod teachers 6" In"
aj of reading writing, spell-
sense teACh6w
Ing and it thmatitc. hivilp atainft
every Xrsda In the U10114 irg;i
of t4le state, inclUell 1110"Umstit a% four
am couvinew of
the fmpo. c4r -of won earnen teaching
in the eloinentary studies,
OX0. U. LYNCH.
60unty Judge.
I bervoy announce myself as a CeAn.
data befii-m- UW. 13 btic primary a#
.111al" -- aw GI&
A a to
lies of ving laithfuuys
1100%st y 11 d r my
official dott" I& at I I
nas F's 6 1-0 -stumfe"
if slecW, an4 will be very l1rateful IkW
no sapport of the Dain ratle voters of
the aftsty, 0. MASON.
Vix Ae,"O"P.
six
as to 0:
"bled to the DGEW

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Dr, WO nrS. StrOuSO O"D
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence B. StZVUSP Itit
y.OMWdar at 2:30 p. m., via &be Adantft
jCega.Uge, fc;r 14ew Orleans, wbwe Dr.
cpausem ce a serf" of ummtt-

molar couple kave Gaimem.
or. to" to 04ju4sville, ft is liho
*qVIUS or home. They have
_WNIA so a"* t"m IN" andug
two. roft ma bogm to &,Do&


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The ColabaMed N** Voffk City
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MapwlO **and
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ANS MOVING RUSSIANS OVERJOYED. OBSCENE PIN


PrsdenfS upplemental Neut'trl'ty
P.ftlamateul CreatU5 Most Pr-.
r Spirit is Fully Aroused, vrab.e. Impr"le'1. PhotoS of hlngton and
oThroughout the Empire. 0An Sao"ated p dipatol rop )oevlt So Classed.
SPerabiurg says: Presldet .

'OPATKIN'S SCHEDULE- tlhbservance ntNATORM LAURIN ANGRY
S cal and the "abs l
i'"-~ action or sp0ee1htW i r-
J1* 1 Thinf4e xs Ipected of Newly- rotation to be" ) hai Peddlers are Arrested in MisalesippI
itto d Ruslsian General When produced a i .The for Arousing Raee Prejudlac.
S.nt newspSprf .tly asucle Is Newspaper Report Was
I A vss at the Front comm ce and spirit
In Manchuria. of tS~- t the highest Exaggerated.

vices. of TueSday from St. Peter. Htte accepts it pnre- A Washington special says: Mr.
s- gtate that General K Muro po'mplete answer to the McLaurIn, of Mississippi. took the
is to teach Makaea A"LA sa"A eRiand govern.- floor In the Senate S saturday to make
....ryt'ing will uidetraded la i- tia tIafter, despite any seeming a personal explanation regarding the
.,-4 M :tng w l .l : :e det .n, In .. ....g-.0.
"tr to qget fim .to the f-rat 0D aeeUi-, ly untoward Incident which may arise, newspaper paragraph, saying that the
t*le tim*. Te J MitplJ proved it will be considered settled once for authoritIes of Indianola. Mis.,. are
t a, 4 "04 t' .'ort Arthur, but he all that "the American government engaged in arresting people for 3all-
hais taken a friendly attitude towards Ing photographs of President Roose-
Id lO M alt" .at once ucpon our slims and policies in the Far East,' velt and Booker T. Washington din-
li.2 '.T:lataer ln chle ot 440 g: Ing togcbher. Ordinarily, said Mr.
a Hele barS a~~.n u '"Thim undoubtedly marks a change McLauria, a story of this character

i,.t whom he wJl r* there realizing the danger of support- der the circumstances he felt be
*.'. $P. 'rlooa tt, t 1rVlGO, -. .ing Japan." should refer to It for the purpose of
tii' over' the enMtire 4', The Novosti halls the auspicious Inl- refuting it, as It is entirely without
I t ltlnd OperatiOns to me- tiatlye of President Roosevelt In the foundation.
kW*t, Who WlI transmit Interest of universal peace and good The paragraph, which was dated
td ,the emperor through relationship between Russia and the New Orleans, March 10, follows:
L .but practically. this is United Statep, saying: "Enraged at President Roosevelt'a
oW atat on which Viceroy Alex- "He wields practically unlimited au- refusal to remove Minnie Cox. post.
SBlNW9JAtaln superiority. thority with respect to the foreign mistress of the Indianola, Miss., post-
,p NlW,tral'a Plan policy of the count y. Secretary, Hay offloe, Sheriff Anderson, of that place,
l. Ku#opatl bad *II" plan of submitting to the will of the prest- today arrested 8. and Frank Davidson,
,glaeticlly' perfected before dent." of Chicago, for peddling photographs
"t 0PWar East. ,ie returned The Ruse welcomes the proclama- showing Mr. Roosevelt and Booker
:-plWtotsburg quietly from his tion as convincing evidence of a more Washington dining a. the same table.
4$1Ba and his presence was not friendly feeling 'on the part of the The sherff' classified the photos as
a, or,.iome days. HA devoted the Americans for R1susial obscene matter and prejudicial to the
1 *to the elaboratons of his The Boerse Gazette remarks: dignity of the south, and to show the
3a conjunction with his staff, "Theodore. Roosevelt was the first president that Indianola citizens will
the..ad of all the Information ruler to roppond to the warning cry not tolerate any person circulating
.'g pmsssion of the lhinUklroff ~ ISed many years ago by Emperor likinesses of himself on a social
at o- f the A h1 .rlirts Wiliam agSalpst thb yellow peril." equality with the negro educator.
"" S O Wr'. The St, Petersburg BelttUng asserts "Groups of indignant citison'gath-
io ea Ideoa prevails la Bt, that the proclamation leaves no Eur- wred at the IndlanolI Jal urging so
g that AsttL Upatkl' will t there doubt that the United States has vere pDualhment for the Chicagoans
l '4s birttbp wletIh ooeu0 T a firm intention to observe -strict neu- for violating the obscene literature
0 Witih Is elso ale pa trality. law. No other pictures considered
Swift mome U ttportint vulgar by the sheriff were found, but
i' th d ult Of hu A CQZTRARY JURIST. the men were not released. Sheriff
tthe dilliculty of hpus ,_--- Anderson has detailed a force of depu-
,Vasbsanmbor of troops poure4 Unole Sam Seeks Mandamus for DIs- ties to soour the surrounding country
tllbl~ 2,000 having seen sent triot Judge In Ohio. searching for other pictures the ped-
4WitbItn the last few day'Wto- A Washington special says: In the diers are said to have mold, in which
,talH rl7 y ,pir.geliarqements supreme court Monday the govern- the race problem figured."
.O troops already at Kaan meant of the United States, through Mr. MoLaurin said the paragraph
l alt the stream of soldiers Attorney General Knox, applied for a had grown out of a statement made
ARussala Is now being frit of mandamus to compel Judge in a newspaper letter written by A
1i.ti!n. p"ranola J. Wing, of the United States. -G. Paxton, an attorney of Loland,
-i Orwooesding Smoothly, district court of the northern dialtrt Miss.. who toTd of the arrest at that
lel obeoty of the advance of the of Ohio, to take what the department' 116nt of three men who, he said.
Sl'a. e s -fy 'u.lsafaeou $e of justice maintains Is twgar action Were engaged in selling pictures or
-*att *0 the ,Associated Press at- with respect to certsaj Chinese excli. the president and Washington seated
k*i.'S" workljing monthly from sion cases. ,.This is the first time In at table together and also p'otures of
%.O1WAA The running of the history of the supreme court that an obscene character. These pictures.
a l.Ia .has been resumed At government has sought a writ of he said, appealed strongly to race
isulmv families are- pxcw- mandamus against a federal judge. prejudice.
I 1 4.way to eau without In his applilatJon Attorney Genersl Bimilar arrests also, Mr. McLaurin
Il. 'ry cld.Ie atner, accom- Knox maintains that Judg Wing, In said, had been made In Indlanola. and
hb' 9aD4 Now st91e* holding unconstitutional that a part of it was found on hearing of the case
Hby a succeashon of the Chinese exclusion law which pro- that a Cincinnati concern engaged in
k iTe health and spirits nf videe for the deportation of alien Chl- publishing the pictures In question
Wen.ra good. nese after a hearing before tk United had many agents out In the Interest
bletsk has been received at States commissioner, is proceeding. of these works.
iorte tkthat the Japaione are contrary to the decisions of the Unt- The men were tried and some of
1i11 tSeir positions in Korea. ted States supreme court, and is pro- them sent out of the county and Mr.
d,. iWpaper Mii Barred. venting the deportation of Chinese McLaurin expressed surprise that any
6 t Japanese authorities, says a dis- who are unlawfully in the United communl.'y should have permitted
.ath from the Korean capital, have States. them to be tried. He said the penalty)
ordered the newspaper correspondents imposed by the law was entirely too
,'a t Ping Yang and Anju to return. SPECIAL TRAIN WAS FREE. Inadequate and expressed the opinion
Tney also refuse to honor the per-. that the death penalty would not one
milta frmerly given f o correspond- llinol Central llinlyAids too severe. He added that the ar-
ents to accompany troops to the front loss of Lawlessness.rests were not because the men were
and are holding them at Seoul. The The Illinois Central Railroad Cornm selling photographs of the president
action Is regarded as significant. nanv declines to charge the state of or of Washington, but because they


r' OUS SUSTAINS VARDAMAN.

IAIgpl qOveer'e Vso ofe Negro
Normal School Bill Stands.
STher was a spirited debate n thbe
J"0qtjouse of the Missialsppi leglad
.iit Tusday moriuT mon e veto
B G'ruor Varitf a f! olly
rI46 Normaa segt1
members c pBaise
t segro education quetLs ix z.
members of the house. voted
t the bhl vr the v4o, eand
Pt, gst eoted to tusthin the govher-
Stkes seventy-two votes udtfer
teon to pass a b'li over the
I veto, and therefore It failed



YINI WOMAN LOS6 MIND

R1*, of Outoapsove Criminll Al '
eault by NegrP9.
Wit health. lIagtareand ie rlsen
tt ut dethroned, Miss Dismuke, of
.ouatty, a"., the victim of ask
uppa 4t t, ths band oef
i n mdlto,. has iaee-arried
S .lunatic asylum t4are perhaps
the remainder -of or shat,
.. Thornton p ,ittlli,
several months ago and slnce
lture has been confined 14 the
jall awaiting trial at the
Of Webster county court,

44"RiiRS AGAINST DIETRICH.

eel-ti on before Speelal
lttee f Senateors
1 ~aUuiry Into tho
D etrich,. of


is 1.. W as'

dls^ --, F


Mississippi for the use of a special
train to carry the troops to Batesville
a few nights ago.
'the train was charged up against
the state at $539, the cost of ths
night's ride the governor and his staff
and the Greenwood military company
toe* three weeks ago to save the life
of a negro, and to uphold the law of
thi state.
Governor Vardaman has received a
letter from Vice President Harrahan,
tel Ju~r lim that the Illdiole Central is
in treated In the maintenance of law
an4 order; that it appreliates his ef-
forts in thpt kreotm, 4 d does not
propose to charge the slate of Misais-
splpi for the oe f Its trjun and
road -in making the trip trome Jackson
to bategvllla

RETRICTINQ CHICAGO SALOONS.

ClIy Counoll, In EKCiting Seslon, itn.
sfet Important Legislation.
At an exciting sesalon the Chicago
elte council has enacted important
leisltiop relnlag to saloons, as fol-
low p
mThe hour for saloods closing in the
future Will be 1 a. m. Instead of mid-
niaht." .
After th 80atoi. saloons remove all
bilitds and.eereao and keep a bright
light hbtiagll within. "Can-rushing"
by ohildraen St to ealoons by their
parents after i.oo iS forbidden.
den. -


MRL RUSGSP .TVWINEO DOWN.

PeoIsfnl"a"O eott at Witmingto.~ N.
Iseeavelt.
Those ton oa ToE. & Walla*4,
to be apmter at WiltalaSgtm. N.
,o settle a .cotdest of long sIandaig.

a lao~.Itte Sfr e-oMltnA0t.
-A e 'es w p ade a v sht ,l. e
a0 ie. ae appotestnt of MS
AW 4ti wlls ftat m0 r (oTernir P1St
bust ailed.


were selling lewd pictures, Mr. For-
aksr said he never had heard uE the
Cineinnati firm mentioned as respon-
sible for the purpose of the pictures.

GENERAL BALDY A CONVICT.

Was Proseouted by Confederate Vet-
eran Whom He Robbed.
General Geosge Baldy, a former Un-
ion soldier, who was prominent as a
republican In Loulsiana political life
after the war, has been sentenced at
New Orleans to serve six months in
the penitentiary.. General Baldy was
the attorney of John Spraule ,a con-
federate veteran, living In CalTfffornia,
.in the settlement of a small estate.
and was charged with embeazling the
proceeds.

!lVF. MILLIONS A YEAR

Is Sum Ge*orlane Will P-y Towatr
Support of Army and Navy.
As their share of the cost involved
in the army and navy appropriation
bhil Jjust passed by congress, the peo-
ile of Georgia wlil'be called upon to
pay no less than 16.000,000 In a single
year.
Senator Bacon snowed how much
hea cost of the state's share of support
of the army and navy according to tne
size of the appropriations carried in
the. pending supply bills in 'a speech
he made on the navy appropriation
bill.

GEORGIA'S GERMAN CONSUL.

Rauer Resigns After Faithful Servioe
of Thirty-Five Years.
Jacob Rauer, for thirty-five years
emaeul of Germany for the state of
Qoirgia, at Sayannah, he resigned .on
account of ill health. Mr. Rauer's
colminmslon was aligned in 180 by
lfperofr illams I and counteralanod
by president Grant. He hs b aeivedl
teftsdtion froia the Imlperial govera-.
idiot that the rEder of the crMw hau
IbM ee 0 red upon him for faithful


00D0 PRIOC P99 C00TON1

fee Hdlqsr4Ttli o
1 '" ** 4'
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,, .-- Address Adv0.s Rage to o. -
"""E"' ociEL |SARiE DEADLY DERRICK URJES HEGIRA5 ME[Ki

reall Of NeW8* oed Clorted Bishop, In ConferenM -
-.--. Many Ryeslans Killed in the turn t o Are. High Cou

rIfsumary of M t Bombardment. A Neow York dispathb aa' .ho Norther
importsni _t v wUilm Benjamin Gerrick, who for
OfMah y I the past four years has been the pro-

St Preston Webster county, PORT MAY BE ABANDONED ng bihop of the New York diocese. GOVERN
'-nri Wbft, Fln M -thodistl EpiScoalI


Ga., Sunday, practically wiped out the
business portion of the town.. Loss,
$18,000; no Insurance.
-Colonel Quackenboas, the comn-
masdl g, officer of the Third Milts.-
aippl regiment, who is on trial for em-
bezzlement went to Jackson, Sunday,
and announced to Governor Vardaman
that he has no Intention of resguning.


f-'


usato the real Rdaian lopmlatol


Oenespet eqat e~ Pl m m

call 04" at:ta

TO ~ UNwWw-~


--Former United States Senator
Rawlins, of Utan, telegraphs Chair-
.man Burrows, of the bmoot investiga-
tion committee, that the statement of
Judge HIles that bre (Rawlins) was a
member of the Mormon church Is un-
qualifiedly false.
-Senator Tillman, of South Caro-
lIna, who has had serious trouble the
past week with his throat, in Wash-
ington, Is reported to be much bettor.
-Senators will continue their dis-
cussion of General Wood's promotion.
They hope to conclude consideration of
the case within the week.
-Boston book and job printers ac-
cept the agreement of the union with
the employers and the printers all re-
turn to work.
-The circulation of a report at St
Petersburg that the United States had
decided to support the protest of the
commander of the United states gun-
boat Helena, against Russians sinklug
Chineseejunks, caused a flurry.
-M. Witte, the 'former Russian
minister of France, denounces as In-
famous inventions the rumors that
Count Lamsdorff Is to be replaced as
minister of foreign affairs.
-Great uneasiness at Halifax, N.
1., for the safety of the French steam-
ship Pro Patria, which should have ar-
rived there from.Bremen on March 2
-Emperor William, on the North
German Lloyd steamer Koen!g Albert,
arrived at Dover, England, Sunday, on
his way to the Jtediterranenm.
-Another fight has taken place at
San Domingo City, the government de-
feating the insurgents.
-Official reports show that not less
than eighty parsons, principally sol-
dlers .andfsallors, were killed In the
last bombardment of Port Arthur.
-Camp Benning, Confederate Veter.
ans of Columbus, Ga., passes resolu-
tions protesting against sports on Me-
morial Day.
-One hundred nnd fifty bales of cot-
ton were burned on the railroad plat-
form at Madison, Ga., Friday.
-Telegraph operators who handle
Southern Express matter at stations
along the 'orfolk and Western railway
go on strike because eZpress people
decline to sign a scale.
-Mississippi house of representa-
tives pass a bill authorizing Issue of
a half million dollars in bonds to run
for a period of thirty years and draw-
ing 3 1-3 per cent interest.
-The trouble at Clemaon college.
South Carolina, between the cadets
and the faculty has been adjusted.
-Burglars at Keonloy, N. C., blow
open the safes of two stores and get
away wlth $1,600.
-There was a bitter debate nla the
house Friday, over the report .of the
postal committee,' by whica many
members are involved. Several mem-
bers denounce the report as an put-
sage.
-Senator Bacon points out that
Georgia's share of the ary and navy
bill just passed will amount to $3.C("J,-
000 a year.
-The charges against Senator Diet.
rich, of Nebraska, are being investi-
gated by a special senate committee
at Washington.
-Alabama state democratic execu-
tive commiLtee amends Its former res-
olution and allows the name of OCaptain
R. P. Hobson to be placed on the tick-
et in the Sixth district, where he is
running for congress.
-Edward T. Sanford announces his
candidacy for the republican nomina-
tion for governor of Tennessee.
-Six persons killed, three fatally
wounded and a freight train partially
destroyed by fire, results of a collision
on tlae Alabama Great Southern rall-
ro9ad, near Kewanee, Ala., Tuesday.
-Republicans of Fifth Alabama dis-
trict meet at Tuskegee and nominate
W. B. Walker as candidate for con-
gress to oppose Charles W. Thompson,
present democratic Incumbent.
-Clark Greer, republican, of Lau-
rens county, Ga., will oppose Colagres.-
man Brantley at the coming election
-In the debate on the army bill In
the senate Tuesday, Mr. Carmack, of
Tennessee, declared that there was. a
tendency In the country toward a mill.
tary governmeaLnt.
-At Berlin. Germany, lieutenant
Beseke used his last money to give a
dinner In honor of his daughter's birth-
day and than poisoned his entire fam-
ily. On the same day Ihg. Breadel,
whose bank was looted by the cashiler.
Killed himself by mleatng out of a win-
dow.
-Msars. Bonaparte .and Woodruff.
io their report to the president o a 1
dian Ter tory amasrs, state that eondl-
tiones suoch as to Involve danger of


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rt Knocks Out the
'n Securities Co.
INS CASE

MENT WINS CASE


church, and for the past twen ty-ive t a V
years one of the most aggressive and Mo important Cam ntTru on Violw.
active men of the colored race, has dd- tonon of SherMan AnjoTruit Law
ldared that he is tired of America and Dy Majorit
yearns for the land of his forefather "of One.
in Africa. This aehouncement lhe
made i addressing the members of The opinion of the supreme court of

the New York co.'.erence and general the United States in the case of the
conference will soon aig aign new Northern Securities Company vs the
bishop to take his place. United States Involving the merg.-r of
Mob attacks lyncnlngs and the burn- the Northern Pacific and the treat


Fall of stronghold is Freely Predicted
and May Be Signal- for Chineae
to Rise Against
Russians.

With unusual unanimity It Is report-
ed in London from the war corre-
opondents of the London papers that
Port Arthur has been practically
abandoned. This is taken to mean
that the Rftslans are not going be-
yond the present endeavors to hold
the place, and that preparations are
under way to facilitate a retirement.
That the Japanese have a remark-
able advantage in having once held
Port Arthur sla evident. The accuracy
of their fire is arousing military admi-
ration. It sla reported from reliable
sources that not only were fifty per-
sons killed or wounded in tbhe town
during the last bombardment, but that
In addition to this, forty-five sailors
were killed on the vessel In the har-
bor.
It is believed in London that a- part
of the program of "abandoning" Port
Arthur is to get the Port Arthur fleet
out and run the gauntlet of the Jap-
anese squadron. The repairs on the
damaged ships are under way, and a
final dash is likely to occur Inside of
ten days.
From Shanghai great excitement is
reported among the Chinese. One cor-
respondent cables that It is his belief
that the fall of Port Arthur will be
the signal of an open breaking of neu-
trality on the part of China. That Ja-
pan has some knowledge of this seems
to be Indicated by the continuous re-
ports emanating from Toklo to the
effect that "Port Arthur sle doomed,"
"virtually abandoned,' etc.
Confirmed at Tien-Tain.
A special from Tien-Tsin, China,
says: Information from an official,
who was an eye witness of the bom-
bardment of Port Arthur on %3dnes.-
day and Thursday, Is to the effect
that the Russians bad twenty-five
killed on the battleship Sebastapol.
twenty on the Rotvizan, and, In addi-
tion, thirty persons, principally sol-
diers, were killed in Port Arthur.
The Russians assert that their dam-
aged cruisers have been repaired and
are ready for the sea. The battle ship
Csarevitz will be ready shortly. There
is no dock capable of taking the Rot-
vizIon.
The Russians are preparing for the
defense of NIuchwnng, finding It im-
possible to stop the landing of the
Japanese.

BUFFALO BILL SEEKS DIVORCE.

Vilshes to Break Away from Helpmeet
of Thirty-Eight Years.
A dispatch from North PlaITh, Nebr.,
says: Colonel W. F. Cody (Buffalo
Bill) would divorce the woman who
for thirty-eight years has borne his
name. has been devoted helpmeet and
has given him five children. He filed
suit in Wyoming two months ago, but
has carefully suppressed the proceeds.
Wings. He charges his wife, as one
ground, with an attempt to poison him.
"My friends tell me." salu Mrs. Cody,
who reluctantly spoke of the subject.
"that he wants a young wife, who will
bear him an helr, for our boys are all
dead and i am too old. I know there
sla a young woman whom he has been
taking around the country for several
years who I understand is now in
Washington."

HEINOUS CRIME CHARGED.

Postmaster at Dothan, Ala., Charged
With Criminal Assault
At Dothan, Ala., Postmaster W. W.
Milligan is under arrest, charged with
assaulting Miss Snyder. his wife's sis-
ter. The people are Indignant. Mill-
gan la a member of the state republi-
can executive committee and was re
cently elected a delegate to the nation-
al republican convention.

THE GALLOWS FOR TREEE.

Chicago "Car Barn" Bandits are Doom-
ed by Verdict of Jury.
Hanging for all was the verdict of
the Jury, at Chicago, In the first mur-
der case against the so-called "car
barn bandits," Harvey Vandlne. Peter
Niedermelor and Oustav Marix, who
attained notoriety by a desperate all-
day battle that started In a dugout
near Liverpool, Ind.,' where the trio
had taken refuge after a series of re-
markable crimes, Including the mur-
der of two employees of the Chicago
city railroad at one of the company's
tbarns, the motive In each Instance be.
tiag robbery.

FIRE CAUSED BY LIGHTNING.

Tewn of Pinevllle, North Carolina, Al-


Ing of negroes are too mucq for him,
he said, and continued:
"Forty-two years ago I stood ank'o
deep in blood ia the fight between the
Merrimac and Monitor and the blooe
of my comrades flew upon me as they
were slaughtered in the defense of
this nation, and yet the nation, al-
though we fought to save the Ameri-
can flag, declares that we are not citi-
zens, and affords us no protection.
We cannot but help feeling Oadly over
the situation. This is no country
for us.
"I do not advocate retaliation, but
we should stand up manfully and pro
test, and appeal to the few friends
that we have left to see that we get
justice, since we are here. They lell
me this Is a land of Christianity and
of civilization. when those who a-re
supposed' to be the leaderss of religion
and civilization wfll take a woman and
burn her at the stake and then murder
her husband. We cannot win by
preaching too much of this spirit.
The white man says he is a coward.
The manly man strikes oack. We de
mand manhood rights, not black man.
hood rights nor white manhood rights.
I do not ask for social equality or
amalgamation, but for our own choice
of selection as to tasto and fitness. I
want everything that any other man
may have.- But the white man cannot
be Just to us because he has In him
none of the spirit of Christ."

UPSET BY IRISH COUP.

Balfour GovernWent Beaten In Brit-
Ish Commons on Snap Vote.
A London special says: Premier
Balfour's government was defeated in
the house of commons Tuesday by the
combined liberal and nationalist vote.
This reverse was due to the prohibi-
tion by Mr. Wyndham, chief secretary
for Ireland, on the teaching of Gaelic
In the Junior grades of the Irish na
tonal schools. Mr. Balfour, though
defeated by a majority of 11 on this
question, does not regard the vote as
one of want of confidence, and he
will not resign on this account. His
determination not to resign was
strengthened by the fact that shortly
after the foregoing defeat he was able
to secure a majority of 25.
The failure of the government to
carry the house with It on a question
of purely administrative policy in It1
irish department I1 generally admittelI
to greatly weaken its already waniln
prestige with the country, although it
Is not thought probable that any Im-
mediate development will ensue. In
the house of commons itself, to use
the wqrds of prominent members of
the oppo:J*ion. "all the artillery In the
government arsenals would not make
them surrender office."
The early morning papers only gave
the figures of the voting on division
and readers were left to guess whether
or not the government had resigned.
A wild rush was made for the house
of commons and many elderly mem-
bers ran half a mile or more while
others drove recklessly to Westmin-
ster.

Japanese Officers Going to Front.
Thirty-five officers of the Japanese
army who have arrived at Now York
from Europe on different steamers an
the last few days have started In a
body for Vancouver, whence on March
21 they expect to sail for Yokohama.

MANGLEQ IN EXPLOSION.


SAWYER PROTEST JUSTIFIABLE.
Deadly Accident In Toy Pistol Cap


Factory In Chicago.
Three persons, two or them being
boys, were killed and eight other em
ployeea were Injured Tuesday by an
explosion of toy pistol caps, which
completely demolished the two-story
brick manufacturing plant of the Chi
cago Toy Novelty Company. The
wrecked building caught fire and the
bodies of the dead were so badly
burned and mangled that it was impos
slble to recognize them except by
remnants of clothing.

JAP WOMAN ACTS AS SPY.

Secures Official Plans of Harbors at
Dalnay and at Port Arthur.
According to a dispatch from Tiesn
TaIn, China, a during and clever feat
has been performed by a Japanese wo
man who escaped from Dalny by
mIeairs which are still shrouded in mrr.-
tery. It is said she secured offlieal
plans of the harbors of Dalsy and Po-t
Arthur and took them -to Tokid, got
tag away simply as an ordinary refo.
gee. A decoraton for her heroism Is
the reported reward.

SOUTH CAROLINA MORMONSL
Te H oveUwctat In Celbatntse

Yh 2oerW of SmthbcwaroinV. W



9"the tktor- ta t'e ,


Cabinet Would Sustain Action of Cap-
tain of Gunboat Helena
A Washington dispatch says: Tbhe
cabinet Friday discussed the press re-
ports that Baptain Sawyer, of ihe
United States gunboat Helena, now
in the -mud dock at Nleu-Chwang hai
protested against the sinking by the
Russians of the junks at the entranB
of Nie.u-Chwang harbor. This govern-
ment has received no official advices
on the subject, but it'Is said the dis-
cusslon by members at the cabinet L-'
dicated that such an attitude, If taken
by Captain Sawyer, would be aus-
tained.

A NON-MORMON MOVEMENT.

Gentiles In Salt Lake 0Cy Take stepss
to FIght Pelygaamtoa Faption.
According to an AasoIated Press
disaptch from alt Lake, Utah, relp
resentative eatntlea of the ity held a
meeting an took preliuiaary steps to
ward the orgaaltit a aof a n1a-Mor
mon par A n(.a*B*Ie was ap-
pointed to trnlate lasa of cam-
pamign and 0gi-"q rs,. to meet the
condtlon now ateat 1 a.

JUDi SWAY.NW PEN.K

me ef Ha


co.il
Wh,.ile


Northern railroad Company, handle
down at Washington Monday Is in fa-
vor of the government, The opinion
was read by Justice Harlan.
The opinion of the United States
circuit court for the district of Minne-
sota was affirmed. The effect is ;o
sustain the contention that the Sher-
man anti-trist law applies to railroad
combinations of the character in qdes-
tion.
Justice Harlan said that in the
merger of the two roads the stockhold-
era disappeared and re-appeared in the
Securities companies, the two thus tie
coming practically consolidated in a
holding company, the principal object
being to prevent competition.
"No scheme or device could certain-
ly more effectively come within the
proscription of the anti-trust law. and
it is within the meaning of the act
"A Trust."
Case of Great Interest.
The case has attracted more atien-
tlon than any other suit before the
court since the Insular cases were dIe-
cided, and has boen regarded by
bench and bar as equal in imporlance
with those cases and with tho income
tax cases. It was argued in December
last for two days, and attracted gen-
oral attention at that time. as It iild
previously when the decls'on was ren-
dered by the circuit court for the dis-
trict of Minnesota.
Claim of the Government.
It was claimed on behalf of the gov-
ernment that this consolidation was
in effect a pool, created to promote
the luterests, not of one system at tirn
expense of another, but of both at the
expense of the public. The railroads
claimed the transfer of the stock :f
the two companies to the securities
company was in the nature of a sale
and perfectly legitimalo. Tho conteii-
tions of the securities company wer.i
reviewed, and Justice Harlan said
they had received full attention.
He quoted the various opinions in-
volving the trust question, saying that
from them It la to be gr.thered that all
contracts in restraint of trade, reasoin-
able or unreasonable, are prohibited
by the Sherman law, and that con
eess has the power to establish sit h
regulations as are laid down In tHLt
law. Congress had power to enact the
statute.
Very soon after Justice Harlan hail
concluded his presentation of ibe
case. It Became evident that the court
had divided on the questions at issue.
and as other opinions were announc'el
It developed thdt there not only had
been a very close shave for the go.-
ernment, but that one of the memb,?'r
of the court who cast his vote with
the majority entertained opinions of
his own, which fact rendered the di-
vision all the most marked and Inter-
eating.
Four Justices Dissent.
This was Justice Brewer, who, v;hl:o
he concurred In the result, annouucld
In an Independent opinion of his own
that he held the view that previous
anti-trust decisions had been more
sweeping 'bhan was justified. Four of
the nine Justices dissented outright.
Those were Chief Justice Fuller and
Justices White, Peckham and Holmes.
The opinions of Justices Harlan and
White were long, while those of Jus-
tices Brewer and Holmes were com-
paratively brief.


must Totally "Destroyed.
The town of Pinerille, N. C., was
destroyed by fre early M-nday morn.
n1,. ad Only one business houso re-
manas. The Ore. Is believed to have
originated from a tro.ke of Ilghtning
drlng. a severe thunderstorm. The
total loss is estimated at z0,000. wi
110.000 insurance.

RAILROAD MEN TO ANSWER.,


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Miss Rose Henoessy, well
known as a poetess and elocu.
tionist, of Lexington, Ky., tells
how she was cured of uterhe
Inflammation and ovaritis by the
use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege.
table Compound.
Dais MRS. PINnI M :-For years 1
enjoyed the best of health and thought
that Iwould alwaysdo so. I attended
parties and receptions thinly clad, and
would be suddenly chilled, but I did
not think of thle results. I caught a
bad cold eighteen mouths ago while
menstruating, and this caused inflam-
miation of the womb nn ovaries. I suffered excruciating pains
and kept getting worse. My attention
was called to your Vegetable Comn-
pound and the wonderful curesa t had
performed, and I made up my mind to
try It for two months an'i see what it
would do for me. Within one month I
felt much better, and at tile close of the
second I was entirely well.
"I have advised a number of my
lady friends to use it, and all express
themselves as well sntisfled with the
results as I was." liss Ross NonA.
EBNoKsary, 410 8i. Broadway, L-exing-
ton, Ky. f 6o000 forfeit If original ofabove let-
IW@ geIn en l-.rrv.i rn-nn t bit rrcdufce.
Americans write about forty letters
a year, and that average equals forty
per cent. of all the letters written lu
the world.
0100 le.ward. 6100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
,learn that there Is at least one dreaded dis.
e ue that science has been able to cure In all
ttastages, sud that Is datarrli. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Istheonly positive cure now known to
the mdedlea fraternity. Catarrh being a con-
stltutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment, Hail's Catarrli'ure is taken Inter-
nally, acttngdiroetly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaesof the systemn, thereby destroy-
ing the foundaillot of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by butliling up the con-
stitution and assisting nature In doing its
work. The proprietors haveso niu.-lfaith la
Its curative powersthat biit1y o(Tfft One hun-
dred Dollars torauy Ceas that i fain to curo.
Send for list of testimorntilals. Ailiri .'a
F. J. CHauNF. & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 7,5-.-
Take fail's Family l'illa for constipation.
Steam launches \Mlih glass bottoms
are now at the serle.' of those who
wish to view their iiarinie growth about
Catalina Island, Cal.
,8Itser's Eatllest Cane.
Another new thing. (Can be cut six
times during a season anil sprouis again
with lightning rapidity. Next to Seazer's
Teosinte it will inake more green fodder
than anything else, cheap as dirt and grows
every where.
Of Salzer's Renovator Gress Mixture
Just the thing for dying out iPastutics an
meadow.4 Mr. E. llaliIoi 4, last.Palk, 'sa.,
writes, '1I owed Sairir's Urasi Mixture
on soil 'so poor twoi men could not raise a
luss on it, anil in fortvone day. after
sowing I had tle grandest stand of gross
In the county. Palmer's Urnas Mixliires
sn-out quticlcy and pr)ilice enormn.)usly."
100,000 barrels cliiee Plrei Potatooa.
SALEiKt'B NEW NArTIONAl OAfrs.
flere is a winner, a prodigy, a marvel,
enormously prolific, airoig, heailliy, vigor-
nus, producing in thirty States rom 150
to 300 bu. per acre. Y>u haid beRt snw a
lot of it, :r.r Farnier. in 104, and in Ihe
fall sell it to your neighbors at S1 a bu.
for seed. [A.C.L.]
The port of New Chlwang, at the mouth
of the Liao River is the greatest bean
market in the world.
I do not believe Plio'a Cure for Consump-
tion has anequal for eougl mand solds.--Jonw
F.Doyaa, TrJnity Bprings, Ind., Feb. 15,1900.
It cost P318.,3,047 to run New York
City during 1903.
You r an do yOnr dyeaing ia alf aa
hour with Pu-rN-AM lrAiELKSS ItJIS.
loo ftol fa J oledone-third of its ea-
looig".:WUx thle Ist ten years.
An UntlmelY PDeath.
An unfiimoy death so often follows neg-
lect of slight cough or cold. It Taylor's
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mul.
lein is taken in time it will prevent
evil results. it cures coughs, colds sad
consumption.
At druggists, 25e., 50. and $1.00 a bottle.
ReseLct for tie ms Tho is a better
fnancter than ora'if 4oe n't indicate
that ou would. M wilig to let him run
yoer asisess.
RESTORED 10 HEALTH.
lany weak, suffering women do not
know that their kidneys are sick.
Backache tells of slek kidneys, and so

Blciktidneys make bad
2 blood, and bad blood
makes bad digestion,
heart palpitation, dis-
Ky headaches. nervous-
neS. sleeplesnesns,scl-
atica, rheumatic pains
and constant depres-

j sCan't be restored to
health uptil the kid-
ney are cured. Bead
how one *oman was
restored by uaslg
SDoan's Kidneay Pills:
Mrs, a. A. Vs.
icle. 1 th Ave.. 8. W., Boanoke.


Va,. Wai l tyo trouble was btaed-
tgy. lip a gm ljpy, and r [ad bl Sm
eo)nmtily allctod with tbt 41s&ew
that I 1 i, to delpair of e&Vn tsmp"
ly "lt Sdzmtlmes MI-suffnd o ae-
v dt* Imbt & was coAnaed to my bed.
The, to as bqk was tatease.
or.daor dsrw *a ed ana o-
&ald# aati biopdwhisklIs-
l^ l. X ag <
Sf *gnw JLlI waS eoah-b le "
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A Grnes Darllng of DBrittay.
A real Grace Darling Is about to be
aonarded a medal for saving not only
otie but three boatloads of men on the'
coast of Brittany. Il the very narrow
eotamunlily lit which she fishes antd
assists her father on his little farm
this lieruine is kuon n as Rose Here.
Early on tlie 15th of November RIose
Here went to the rocks near the Py-
ranilde du Itunlou to gather shellfisb.
The night, a very stormy one, bad
been folloWed by a heavy fog, chlcb
was just beginning to lift. Through
thIbe fog thin Usher girl heard the cries
of meni. The Bret'eln cmst at ti's
point is excediigily rocky a'd lis
sw-ept by speedy currents, which
I se IIere kiiew this. She calnily
walled iittill thie fg was higligh eioiigh
to dilseiloe thie niI imn liitiger. Away
it thei letii slii) V'eslpr; beltweit t and thiP shore
lay 1lirt'0 timn is. Slte pit out lin a
small boat and al nfter laard work
'ten lled tlie nearest of thlie three.
'this UGrave Iarling would not speak
Riolida; mailiher ,onnI the lions'
eri-\%s iilmderstaild Fl r.-nhli. but she inia.
ollond tlie iman away froin the tiller
and took his pllaIe.
T'lie distance, na the ceow files,
ashore was ai sent nilih. but tile boat
Iint IM oe IIere steooierd iat day, witli
tile otlir-rs trtaliltl g Ibehind, traveled
four leagues as It vwonil its tortuous
way throiugi thlie roi-fs nid past lurk-
Ing shionlq. Many times Ihlo nien, ex-
hinlmsteil, ivt. re oulliellpil to cease row-
Ilg nod rest.
Not until the dory lihaild grated
Analtnst lie whnlif eft P'en-nr Itoch,
where a limiiil ill hands reached out to
Suet'or iiih ilillling niel, did she re-
lnqitilsli Ietr Iflace at tili l {iler. Then
slmi spt to work to nsslst In resturiuig
the weakest of thle sailors.
C('plain Vitl,. of the Vesper, bared
hl.s hband to ilia brave woman and ex-
pressed. hils regret lhnt he was un-
tbl.' to recoumpense her out of his
s,nit savings from the wreck. lint
lie nssurcd her that the British gov-
rmalimmmait, as well as the shipowners.
%W-oul]d bear of her and that she, In
ail prolnbllily, would hear from them.
"Olh, It is nothillg," said Rose lHere,
through nit luterprter, nas she started
lipot the long walk home. "I have
saved more men than you had on your
Ltig ship."
Thliat is true" assented the natives.
"SIi" lines brought a dozen or more lost
Lo.its Ianto thils port. She Is a wonder.
ful womau."-Detrolt F'ree Press.


A Woiauan'a Newspaper.
To spile of the vaUltted equality ina
community of tastes of the sexes, one
hi,|irs every day of the growing neces-
sity for women's hotels, women's cafes
anid 'women's newspapers, and no
olnubt there will be started n cry tor
1a ipe ltIl wo-autn's dietary, because, as
will lie stad,. woman's digestive organs
tr'. ijf'i'renit from tloso of a man. The
nteei'sity for n woman's paper is said
to liinso g'ro\ n out of the fact that
I hr-rie Is titilch I li Le nhilly papers that
feminine readers It Is 1 plieved that tlin' anmid nttentlon
woinl Ii> Im' snvuil %ive i'twmue renders
profferd sliptcial j .iritmtiiillist. disthes
stilted to Iilr ieetiuilnr painting.
Of (cirs, llheie tishlies would be com-
i))a il of LIM -nIII aitl Rsle' and all
that's iic-e"- su,;ar Iit the forn of so-
t-I'Tl :lipl. 'xiiiligi". Fplies In Iho shape of
Social gossip, nitld n niecpess that
wt'uld t-s<'luil lbattltcs. murders and
,itl)leasa.nt lideths. Soclia n paper
would be free from tiltorltls con-
cerning State anffuls ntd Its cartoons
would never merit the reproachfu
words, "0. It's political this morning."
wi-li which feminine renders are said
to greet a comic ropreseitationi that Is
not of a soital nature. This paper
would cerltanlry-10o arouse in masciu-
line breasts that kiAll of eager euil-
osity with which woi'Pn patrons 'e-
gnrd the enclosure set nalde for men,
but would It be sure of feminine
renders?
There are many women who frankly
Adinit that they don't read political or
war news, and there Is still a greater
number who, while disliking such ub-
jpets, will upot confess that they skip
them, but the number who do read
these and kindred topics Is too large
to justify the existence of so tame a
thing as a woman's paper.-Chbleago
Tribune.









Straw bats appear In the shops.
Belts of red calfskin are more novel
than pretty.
A. wee bit of white touches up the
dark gown.
There Is a new sort of "raia-dplash"
effect In cloth fabrics.
Velvet are brocaded and fringed
till they look like fancy portleres. :
Some early spring jackets are belted
with patent leather or soft suede.
Belts that curve high In back are
best for the short-waisted figure, as
they help to define the wast llne.
Narrow bandsof Persian velvet, set
on like tucks, make a styUlsh skirt
trimmnloEI.
pale blue and purple Is a combina-
tia sea oemasloJly. It makes one
swallow bard.
A wide leeve ruffle always seems to
itialUbs the atse of the hand. hence
Its rival with ottier coquettiha

Btes p"ae 41W a tasmportant part
la dire s oeaesupaO. a m ansy uOxd a-"
cuswes af- e. -The jaOier b attela
amere is *at at fate l e Maen


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28 Army Generals Send Letters of endorsement to

the Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na.


Poiponmers-BRtt two eggs until thick.
dill to liamii oine piini of inilk ntd a -one
fourth trnsipootl of sat:; pour inlf of
tliis over et'wu t'pfulS of flour, elint
welll, ltht- ad irenttni.tag t milk iid
Pg.; iwhel bealeti smooth li tint for two
minliutes with aill eg- inter; bulfer
.im. ill eartl ai cups itatil 111 teliin two-
till-da fill; Inik.ti I n iiotldmr 'lte oveni
foriyj-five iiiilnmte.a.
Pineapple* Clke-'laree cupi stigair.
one cup of butter, Hve eggs. thireeo ail
a half cups of sifteti flour, onelitll
cup of cold Wate'r, two teaspoonfuls fit
making powder. NMix together the but-
ler, sugar ncil yolks of the eg;s; midil
OIu cUip of flour atil tihe water; heat
%nell, thr-n add time ri-st of Itie ilutir
milil bakiing powder; Ilstly llat .in1
lie w ilt's of tlihe eggs: bakil in liyt.'rs;
spreitl enels InyPr w'itta tilt ,k iiitlg.
Ihiin cover will grateot; plinaciple. Ico
the top layt'r.
1I'rumlt Creanin- Peel liv-c bannnas;
sle' mi and rub thii t Ithrough a sicve;
Ihlin uidd the Juice snid pulp of two
iii t.igets. to talblespoolifulas of Ic nU l
Jinie. thiree-foirtha of n cup of piiw-
l'tred siugarI anti one taltlespouiifiul of
gelintine soaked in oin'-fotiillh c-tip of
coldl rater anitd dissolved over boiling
inter; mulx well willih the frul(; wheni
it is beginning to tmiffen i until dot cui-
ful of reant, whilipploi stiff; turn i nto
a mold itit'. put u l ik's tilf i-efnly, to
szr-L\'e; garniilsh wtlith willped creamin.
Taploca asnd Milk Soup-Sonk half a
cupful of trIplocn In two cullps of cold
water over slight; put It In theo double
boiler and cook oue hottr; lbnt llireeo
pints of milk; pat 0110 tablespoonful of
butter lit n patn; iwhent hot add one
sliced onion atndl one stalk of relery;
cut small, ldo rot brown; then add
onte more tnbleslpoonfnl of bitlter nnd
two tablespoonfuls of flour; add this to
the' hot illlk, stirring until thickened;
add salt to season andr a little popper;
strain into the taploca, ndd n little
nutmg n atd cook half an hour lont gr.
Orange Cake-Two cups of suganr,
one hnlf ctipi of butter, two eggs. three
cups of ifteid hour, one cuip of utllk.
one n-larg teaspoonful of baking pow-
tier. Cream tIle butter and sugar to-
gother. Bent In the yolk of the eggs.
Add the milk, then the flour nnd bnk-
lug powder. WVhip the whites of tile
eggs and stir In lightly. For the
cream. grate the peel ot one orange,
whip the white of three eggs; stir In
one full cup of powdered sugar and
the juice of two oranges; more sugar
may be added If necessary. Bake the
cake In layers annd put (1the cream on
while the cake Is warm.


HINTSLI

liHot tnrtaril aeld will take lnk stnitn
out of white cloth.
Tho best foundation for mince meat
Is a fresh beet's tongue. It should
not be corned.
A drop of eastor oil In the eye will
remove a foreign body as quickly and
with less trouble than the oft recom-
mended flaxseed.
Vaseline, as most housekeepers know
by experience, leaves ugly spots that
are not removed by ordinary launder-
ing. A professional cleaner says soak.
lug the stalas'iln kerosene will usu-
ally remove them.
The "cellar smell" Is extremely dis-
agreeable. It Is apt to permeate the
whole house. Place a dish of un-
slaked lime In the vegetable cellar and
It will absorb the moisture In the air
and also the unpleasant odor.
A Freneih chef says a little salt In
apple pies Improves the quality of ap-
ple ples and lessens the quantity of
sugar that Is necessary. He never
tses spleen In apple pies, claiming they
spoil the flavor and uiake the pies In-
digestible.
Somebody has discovered that If
boiling water Is poured over potatoes
and they are left In it fifteen minutes
they will bake in about half the usual
time. But wouldn't they cook as fast
In the oven as in the hot water?
What Is gained?
It Is difficult to bake the shells for
tarts and pies that are baked before
filling from puffing up. or blistering
In spots. A French chef covers the
bottom of the shell with a piece of
oiled paper on which he places bits of
bread that need to be browned.
Did you ever try baking potatoes on
the top of the stove? -Turn. an iron
pan or basin over them and they will
bake nicely. If the fire Js very hot
place them on an asbestos tat. They
should be turned occasionally. It sla
convenient to know this, In case one
wants baked potatoes, bat does not
wish to kyep up the kitchen Are. Of
course ra er more time ia required
than when baked Is the oven.



Prof. Behrln aeeeopts the view that
every one Is llttl0y atberculous. but
thls by no meaa l mpUeM that avery
one is or will ilA ageeted with pul-
monary aoiumaMptUoe. He thinks two
thngs are meemary to produfe eon-
eumptMioa a tube eloe es aaeao mad
bodily eOOuM fanerith te deveo
me"t of 4 JI.AsSM BI repards the




nfeil 0fEmli isl
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Brigadier-General ing,ofOonfderate G general Butler, of South Carolina
Army. Writes: "I can recommend Peruna for
Writes: "I unhesitatingly state that I anm dypepsia and stomach tremble. I have
convinced i'eruta is a medicine that will been using your medicine ir a short pe-
effect all the cures that s rc'aimed for its riol and I feel very much relieved. It is
use."---J. Floyd King, WLashngton. 1) C. indeed a wonderful medicine besides a
good tonic'." M. C. Butler.
General Small, Beaufort, S. C.. Brigaeier-G.neral Kirby
Vrltea: "I have tued Peruna for eatorrilal o a recites. "I ca, rxco-mniend Peruna to all
trouble, and tin it beneficial a.d to be aU thso se ho arc a;lt. ted with catarrh."-
that it promises, and freely give it msy un- ;ieaal D T1'. Kirby. Washington, D. C.
.- in "MO S-. -- .


qual itie reCoImendation -- i lbllib
General Abbott, of Washington, D. 0,
Writes- "I am fully convinced Lh.at your
retilel'v Penara is an excellent tonic Many
,of my friends have used it with lihe mi-t
beneliiial results for coulghs, cold, anil r.
tarrhll trouble."-fra 1'. Ablibott. tI 1
St.. N W., Waphlington, t'. .
Captain Yarnell, of Washington, D. U.,
Writes: "Your medicine, I'ertinI, I -elivv
t, lie ithe best medicine fur ei-arril on tla-
market. I have taken only a small ajouint
amd can see very beneficial results."--\VW.
U. 'Varnell, 2322 [incoln St., N. E., Wash-
ington, 1) C.
General aoBride, of U. S. A., *
Writes: "I have no hesitation in recon-.
nmetiling Peruna to all persons who are nr
flirted with eatarilial troubles."--J. 1)
Mltrilde, 450 Pennaylvnnia Ave., N. \'..
WaNhlington, D. C.
General Longstreet, of the Ontfederate
Army,
Writes: "I can testify to the merits of Pe-
rnina, both as a tonic and a catarrh rem-
euly. Peruna enjoys tht greatest repitt-s.
tion as a catarrh remedy of any medicine
yet devised."--James l ongatreet, jlaines.
Vile, (Ia.
General Nooke, f 0. V. U.,
Writes: "I command Peruna to those who
are troubled with colds producing catarrh
as a most efficacious o"re and as a good
general tonic."-Chas, F. Noske, 2133 B St.,
N. W., Washington,-D. C.
G ne l trwin's Reoommeal.
"Many of my friends have used Peruna
as a dyspepsia remedy with the most beae-
ticial recults."-John B. Erwin, Washinj-
ton, D. C.
S'j.-Oeneral hell Benefited.
"Peruna is indeed a wonderful tonic, and
for coughs and colds 1 know of nothing
better "--F'. M. Schell, Washington, D. C.
General Duleld, of the Union Army,
Writes. "I have used Peruian in my family
and have found it a valuable medicine, inil
take pleasure in recommending it to all
who suffer from catarrh of the stomach or
who require a tonic of eMcloency."-Tlihe
Cairo. Washington, D. C.


"Eve's Apple Tree."
A fruit supposed to bear the mark
of Eve's teeth Isa one of the many
botanical curIosities of Ceylon. The
tree on which It grows Is known by
the significant name of "the forbidden
fruit," or "Eve's apple tree." The
blossom has a very pleasant scent.
but the really remarkable feature of
the tree. the one to which It owes its
name, la the fruit. It la beautiful, and
hangs frum the tree In a peculiar man-
ner. Orange oB theoutslde and deep
crimson within, each fruit lias the ap-
pearance of having had a piece bitter
out of it. This fact, together with Its
poisonous quality, led the Mahome-
tans to represent It as thae forbidden
fruit of the Oarden of Eden, and to
warn men against Its noxious prop-
ertles.


itI'Lr' iprrmean ily ured. No fltornervous-
ni-is after first dlay's useor Dr. Mllne'pUi rest
Nerve Itstorer. i2 trial bottlennd tUrea*t ifr,''
Dr. It.lI. IfKLis. Litd.. 91 Araol St.. l'hila., Pa
heis 15,000 convicts i-t ing' mnd cost $3,-
000,000 every year.
sonluisetsa Macaroni whest 1er Aere.
Introdveed by the U. fR. Dept. of Ag
.t is a traemeondoua iopper, yielding In
Food laml 90 bu. per aere, nal on dry' arid
lanl, inuch as are found i1 Mont.. "daho
the Dakotas, 'iCon., evc., it will yield from
4) to 60 lbu. This Whsat and petlta ni-
laians Harley and rotmus Inermis and
Billion Dollar Oras, makes It posqlbls to
grow a il fatten hogs and battle wherever
aoil is catnd.
ausr saiD n b0. ANoD r ts eirtTilc
In the John A. Salter S"'d On., La Crome,
Wi and they will send you free a ample
rof lhi Wheat and other farm seeds. to-
gether with their wres t catalog, aline
$10000 to any widle-awmke former. (A.C.F.
Most young men are too much infatdi (ed
with' themselves to be seriously injured in
an ordinary love affair.
Uise 411en's Fees-fas.
It k I he only aure for H wollen, fhmartfaiu
Tirmd, AhNlag. lot, Sweailng st.Corym ad
I1uniona. Ask tor Alien's Foot-Ea., powder
to bl shaken Into the hosA. Cures while yoi
walk. At all Di)rglfts aud 9bo Stao, Se.
Doui'ta saopt any sbsltttats, Sams seat
Fasr. Adilres.Alnea 8. Olmaslo. Slor, K.I.
Many a man wou/d be glad if his wife
would talk lo enelr.
Wsitlesl (1ess a0se1,.
The John A. salUer Seed Co., L Croser.
Wis., alwaryt have seesething new, enseo
thins valuable. This ysr they ofai
amog their new mn k ib v enables.
an Farliet Green eatingg ats lt si a
winner, Afr. FParmer sad Oai-'. l
JUsT ISSND TISs1 NOTICE APD' Ie.
anid tbey will smd yodl thel r big lat s ad
seed estaog, together with ermeb a e
.000 flee, solid Cabbels,
0D deielme s Carrots,
VANM Binill. u ttur Ceaerr,
.0M rich, better Lelloe.
ilt sle di d, ,. t Cp.ir.

is msde tt so e t-SA ti reM
rgetable sa l


Sa m m eI l ve fleu L


. Gen. PoweUll,eeker Poet No. 443,
\rites: "After using one bottle of Peruns
I hecanie 'onviutted of its curative qutall
tirs, anil onitiuiile ifs uie to date. All
.vmiplonts of 'atarrh have ihmappeareil, yet
I i'untini i4s Ino'leratl I A asit a preventive
andt iin 1il1l niln 'a tonc."-\W.' II Powell,
i'llriv lls. II1.


Gen. Sebring, of the Confederate Army,
Writes' "I can cheerfully recominediil your
valuable remedy Peruna as a very excellent
tonic, and also good for coughs, colds, ca.
tnrrh and general debility."--WV. II. Se-
bring, 133 WV. 4th St., Jaoksonville, Fla.
General Lumax, of Washington, D. 0,,
Writes: "I can cheerfully recommend your
remedy as a permanent and effective cure
for catarrh, colds and to any tne who
needs an invigorating tonic to build up
their system."-L. L. Lumax, 1003 10th St.,
Washington, D. C.
Gen. Payne, of Washington, D. C.,
WSrites: "I join with my comrades in rec.
ommending Peruna to my friends as an in-
vigorating tonic to build up the aystem."-
Gen. Eugene B. Payne, 407 4th St., N. W.,
Washington, I). C.
General Talley, of Pa., Vol. U. A.,
Writes: "Your Peruna has been used by
me and my friends as a relief for eatarrhal
troubles with the most beneficial result.
I ani so convinced of the efficacy of Penunn
that I do not hesitate to give it my recom-
niendatlion."--Wm. Cooper Talley, 713 D
St., N. E., Washington, D. C.


Gen el lgelow Cured.
Gen. J.IG. 'Hgelow, 151 C St., N. W.,
Washington, D. C., writes:
"Peruna has made me well andl it has
given me niore than ordinary s-trengrh and
spirit for w oik."
Gen. O'Beirne, of Washington, D. C.,
Writes: "As ninny of iy friends and so-
quaintances have asiicccrfiilly used jour
Peruna as a ratnrrh euare, I feel that -it Is
an effective remedy, ansl I recmniumend it
as such to those suffering from ihat diauase
as a most hopeful source of i.:irf .James
R. O'leirae, 290 Broadway, WVs.liingtn,
1). C.
General Ohse, Ant. Adj. Gen'l, 0.-A. R.,
WVrites: "The excellence of I'eiJna ia a
rure or relief for catarrhal diatiurbances is
wveil eatabhshreI Many of my friends habe
ti'v, liilihi d bty at ue.'' .011"-- V. t'hae e,
'i llsrrisi..i> t Ati icoitla, LD. C.
General S. Yoder, of Ohio,
\Vrilrs "e Irii,, foiunnit l' runa Io lie a
toiili, rl'id l ru'ii.-l. I only imed it for a
short tint ,I a 1 11111 ll.r'nilghlly altisircl n.
its iiirtn ;- Y,.,.er, \Vashington,
it. t'
General 0'Connor, of U. V. Legions,
Wriles. '"If oiin .e iii no ing from catarrl1
or physical irlnlily ininin.liat'ly commence
thile ue of I'it'iias It 11.4 lreen of tho
greatest bhciefiit .tl aRebe.I -.- iniijtiiv of miny
friends."-.-Dennim tit'itunnor, 7t W:'2 S1t.,
N. W., Washington., )., .
Gen.Wright, of the Confederate Army,
Writes: "I take pleasure in recommending
I'ereua. It ih a remarkable medicine and
should be usedl y persona who are in need
4,f a good tini' and by sufferers from ca-
btri-h. Miir.uni \Vright, 17.4 Corooran
St \ 'V bli tig|tilii, 1). LC .
Gen. Hawley, of Washington, D. 0.,
WiViter: hl.tbic used Perona snlnd int it
very b-ictici.il for kidney trouble and in-
liecinly gii>d fur congias, cehlds and ca.
tarrhal troublea."-A. F. lawley.
Gen. Urell, of Spanish War Veterans,
WiVlte: "Many of my friends have used
l'vruna with beneficial results as an affeot-
ive remedy for catarrh." M. Emmet
t'eHll, 813 12th ,S., N. W., Washington,
1). U.
Other Army Geinerali- han lpruie P'.-
runa are:
Jrfgadter-(Jue s'cal (Cookp, of WraNh-
fngIlon, 1J. C.
General Aypher, ofHWashington, D.c.
General Middleton, afnttook Rtegfa-
mnent, U. V. U., Washhtngtons, D. C.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfao-
tory results from the use uf P'oniui, writo
at once to l)Dr. Ilartmnan, giving a full state-
nient of your case and he mall be pluaned to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, president of The
lartnian uSnitarium, Columbus, 0.


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Poultry and ItabLit raising piays litt'r than oot-
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Editor u MprpriVIo*F Is*, hs
...o.-.iflraim, h a I nclu f
S, f materials etlimte criticism

of WIt lh 1879.. t ht nto r

fl=4" every Tnesday and Friday. ruMasn of Jac
#k7 nfeadv-Ua. "detship. Th
So Cants for Month quite well th on
s Cent for The Months. as 0 ., me
thebeM O-,tend w Wa
AmnxumsI RATaN. j to their rn Ii n te*bi
. sl Reade In. brovere type., 5 cents ta *ne*] )io
- for disply.adertlan.ento priced lug.4 y "f I c


eldto is not responsible for the
Ef correspoadents or others co
mto his columns.
' Alachus unty's e
A secutive %StsiIttee will meet ...
'tO Q '.w.-. ,
Season will "Soon Ie
h4 en the.eame tepwi
y t ta take tuback
0 Stockton b44eI **Wd'

ond Jenniupgs abpu'

demand it


wprld, ifor many or
to be with their
IA tlhe rorjd to come .
$fkI flayil Caultal's e .mt so

*imvaaerrhat ansif.;, bu; 1U io

s-ntiment In fai *-

world lfprepar..t, Ja6f
*r Port Arthur at
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"-J$b~onville Metropoli.-It
ilyf seem that Clark's.rec
Oi oe, urtt bear ruspeciiou.

S.gland is about to gtalead of
W..tA risosl. In eive at'
it.t.alatnd, the tskeletan of
t 5an who I. supposed to have
about 50,000 yea ago, is aid
Jbeenv b ond. It edle.ess
tha tIet the ak lowas not
by vin tl.

.00ag opinion. it in tog ta ht

iotf t 4rI soa. q. Thia fli
tn dlieatanpay the etpte-
Swho. Y should not the
-W it* h ..kerWMW t.
-I- t4.i a.
armVop ineo1 of Mib ig
UtspoieSn his oppose tihit
Rh.cients pmey tor nexis
He Oovernor dealatt
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tsta syt
Ebbbt at


pobntment, not from Senator
fo but from sthe val a -
, as the result b f tb ex.am-
a ,ood aian that t-, des*-


paperthe
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hind feet


$ittttr iU to amuse them,
-conS ietlr make those who
I t'him believe that his denial of
Smh"lg isa not sufficient proof of its
truthfulness, and vice versa.
We believe that no one will doubt
that had Mr. Tal'afterE explained,
the Mason and s holavsblp matter
in a way that W*i atlalftItory to In-
tlligqunt re 4ms e iWould .'have
gsad he x istelation through some
paper takttig the caerge, und not
tbrfUtbh6t O-- oU Banner. IF .be
"a s "tpla .d the, matter, ad


th pt"the' charge

14tit# thfga osaid by Sam
j e anbt a pdalaville editor
Monday night must have been 4to
another editor who happened to -t
presentlike rubbing aelt and pep
per into a..old sore. If "wei are to
judge by the whine set up abet lit'
Ina Wednesday morning y apir.we
mutat conclude that the editor of
the morning paper felt uncomforta-
W be while aq wask talking. ;y'-
nUg to1l0, isa good companyy for
m tor t ,0M;.o ur mapt flally hit
udtw. thq Ow." But his friend..
sba me ftikl *ltakag-bhandsi with,
Slagd atntig tbemselvqw, be-
esausa he "happened" to be straight
en 9 h that night to attend the le-
Sture at all.
SHave you ever thought abgut
owdath h thinnedthinned the rank f
Those who were the principal fight.
era against probibltlOt in this cour-
ty wbsn the ..pefraince fight 'was
first well t 66"i here little more
than two yebes ago and how they
died? We sympathies with the
r lo0ed ones of thioe who have died
r white fighting ignobly against fate.
,PqOem to the ashes of the dead, aS4
I way their loved ones who remaldt
I mong be comforted. But ass-
Sldty, dl. i not not Aem that it s time
tor Alachu county saloon advocates
Who yet 1hn to ehanue *hab enaa-
nerof:vlng? .
Gem -a ,.,. of Florida,
Ihas edby Congresi a

I n the MexWt31served
in the SeDpl hi
Spicuoua part in the tr.
Oen, ltnley a now abotM M
.of g a. pantheon f it
'Of nble d4eds. To blht
s ofi,. long Ufae has .ee, ft
ket, wh bhe e coOmecated to 11.
Shtqough allat- peace and
el f .-Palata Times-Her.-


people huu4^4thr taufpt-




knit ssthkels
l~ ~ ~~w es~^*'ilt


you pl@
. "the,p
"z ,e.a
Glancing
sold:
- "Now
I suppose
"'Yes,
me any I
It w. I;

Uote Si
order wa


ikht to the official wlto
n acamltbatdon a ve Ur
ey it called 1oQ. At tfWr
e he aked her if pbe had
0t wa wr,4tten on the-mar-,

C [lsve not," she tepliod
s ot 4i ake it out. W;ll
e rad Ift for me."
dtlmaiter "reed.asi follow:
1$5 and a dozen kleauis
j at the. bashful girl, he

I have paid you thie money
e you want the kiapes?"
"she said. "If hei has sent
k iaes, I want them too."
*rdly necessary to say to
rbho are acquainted with
am's up-to-date official at
ifle, that the balance of the
is paid in a scientific main-


nor.
On reaching bome the delighted
maiden remarked to her mother:
"Mother, this postolefe asysten, of
ours is a great thing, developtiig
more and more every year, and
each new feitvre seems to be best,
JiMnmy sent me a dozen kisses and
.the. ttmwaster kave me twenty. It
beats the special delivery sa stemni al
hollow.-Jacksonville Sun.

."There are more than nine hun-.
dred million dollars Worth of itp
taxed church property in the Uini.
ted Stat!e," aya the Daily Cap-
ital, !mad a demand is becoming
iassitent for the taxation of church
property, in which several prompi-
neut clergymen acquisace. Rev.
'Dr, Eastman says: '"We shall re-
joice In being permitted to follow
the example of our Iord, who paid
his taxes like a gentleman.".
In our announcement column
will be found the name of Mr. A A,
McAae, a prominent citizen and
bfiness man of Melrosae, who is a
candidate for County Commissioner
fronm his district, He promises if
eltd te strive for an economical
s'nd "partial administration of the
affair of the office, and those who
know Mr.'MicRae .beat believe he
wuUid. make a good Quoamisaloner.

II T&AliIafei'r did Levery)-t)il5g th:tt
was clone in. C,'igre-m during his
term as Sennt.'r, w v oltId Very
much like to know what Malloiy.
Davis and Spark.nan we t. Ii
Tallaferro's record is all tilt his.
frien'ds-lairt for it, the other Sen-
ator and Congressmen have been
doing nothing ip Congress, and
should be lent home to plowing.
8ooks Now Open. .
Earro. STAJi Pleat notify through
our paper that the Rgiatra on Book of
ttrct. 17, Hague, JSa., rin he open
lrda nd Saturday, rMarch lath and
4ait3, 5904p and suaoeaslvtly every Friday
and aMAt*day for four weeks.
yours Truly,.
W. A, raICKLAND.


the. Now vi.ers Hotl-H. W. Ilan.
Mook -"a d .t, W. Campbell aas
aibtal.U a~sr, is the plaP tO .stop
hWl rt~tn- Jiclkcavlllc. iee
onA04-d ePayatI
S t'6, a raeale .
taiouel mter, Mr. Ca~mpnell of
Waldo, Alsa.n ,onity. and it wUl af-
fiad iplMeasure to treat nicely people
fmo his hmbae county when they go to
J d(aRvin1e. "
lWt i you no to Jacksonville and want
mattin& b andpolite attention at reauon-
emE pL IhwMlf for the* I'rvler,' Ho.
tem, I t ,O. tt, of


Satr Qrower 4oe the work.
4L 3. ohdding, aine*-
-6W ii:04;01rflc rue l7tor* and .
t opaen s;p,
A lt O I the U.
= uvcJ6&ya, ks. v,, *3l 21, '99.

hjuit, N4 4asU yew osa seR d yoNS aoe,
aot-ti* of Pal mor w the UnpWalleied
(CTtad atk) ad tf a I. will Med yon
a Peals mot for th a"ea. Plese Intorm
Bn 4hq aaof-xt6 powtagei i t4 abe
Wal ida .he w .totr of 897
W S Ma tie a of uth twty


In Stock, and are instantly
ing "up-to-date. .Shboes f
Wofnen and .Chilren, at ,
prices and of the best make

t We call

Particular attention to the
I Brockport" andMens "All
ica" and "Walk Over" gra

S J. D. Mathes4

ano aL.nd' Lts $t o





The Gainesyille Planing


recv Cotton Department '8L'
r Men, LA.
populr i t prce paid forJ Cottoq
s. in Seed or Lint, Largo* sitzttitles.

4' Imported Sea Island antd ihoted. Florid.t
Ladies leaning Seid.
L Amer- ... '
des. B3 4& 3S OS B I

on, Air Line Railway
Lill F1li S. l lulnc fft.tive DectV nIpr 7 1903.


V115 I-lug49*3


and Coffin Company.


-THE MARCH
OF IMPROVEMENT
Is ioietimes hard to keep pace with btl
our facilities are equal to all dleimands,
whether o on want to lbuilil onhe housla or
as e dozen. V it are on the tight ounl tow
the tight kind of lumber wlhein n come
our may. We deal in nll kinds of fluild
ing Mlalerial fo.r utbiilce iiul iinle fiiaish
to complete any dwelling, hotel, sitoe or
factory Tell ua )our wants We will
do the rest


'PHONE 166.


SliB GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY.


Robt. McClellan, I

FUNERAL DIRECTOR

AND EMBALPIER.
AStrict Personal Atteution Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attended to
Promptly ... .... .. .. .

S / -DEALER IN--

P PICTVR RAM s
A RUBBER STAMPS
| ART GOODS AND UPHOISTRY.
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
GAINESVILLE, . FLA.





W. R, Thomas,


Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to buy
"" .


Horses, Mules, Buggles,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,.
Saddles, etc.


We R. THOMAS,


Galnesvlloe,


40TICe OP INCORPORATION.
Nodt=e ts hereby lve tlhal application
for Iettenr patent WilI be made to the
Governor the State of Plorida at Tal-
lahasase, oa March 98th, r(94, by the
j. if utch Company
W"lt. I W lilg-1h 7; :.. .emt


,p--m


Florida.


the meeting of the stockholders to be
held on the second Wednesday in Janu-
ary, A. D. 1905, and on the second Wed-
nesday ia January of each succeeding
year. Until the first election. J. 2. Patch,
C. W. Stephens and J. IL. Hlayaesworth,
shall constitute the Board of Directors
and J. 1. Futch shall be President and
Tresurer, an4 C. W. Stelphens shall be
y Present, and J. H arrisen shall
6th, The highest anoulnt of indehted-
ness the said corporation shall at any
time subject Itself to shall be fifteen
thousand dollars -
7th. The said- incorporators hereby
ubscibe for "th'e following amounts of
sBtek, to wit:
J. Futch, fbur share. .... ,oo.oo
. Harrison,. one share ... ..ooo.oo


17 i 31 | ss I SOUTHRN ftDid ON.
9 3sa 8 3 3oVP p Lv. JackO vtef ..
iu 15 55P 3 4oP ... Baldwin .
11 46 10 45P 5 3P Waldo .
12 20op 5 36 Ar GAINESVILLEF
5 36p Lv I
M 5p Ar ..... Cedar Key. .
S26p Lv Silver Sings .
i 58p 12 5 a . Oala .. .
2 55P 2 13a . Wildwood ..
5 lup 7 201on . Orlando
4 14p 4 a Dade CityS .
5 lp 5 398 . Plant City
7 Ip I 2a .... Palmetto
7 asp 11 46a ..... Manatee
7 45 12 30P Saraaota.
6 uop 6 d5a Ar Ta. Tampa ..


NORTH ANDI) EAST 34 66
I.v Jacksonville 9 ooa 7 5op
jAr Pernandina o 15a 9 oop
Ar Brusswick 11 i1p 10 35P
Ar Savannah. ..... I lop II tOs
Ar Fairfax . (9? 44A
Ar Denmark 3 57P 2 20a
Ar Coliumbia .. .5 3op 3 55P
Ar Camnden . 7 4op 54A
Ar Hamiletl . 9 55P 6 OS0
Ar iliiigtli . . 12 O3p
A SouLhern I lines .. 11 l8p 9 36a
Ar Raleigh . .. 11 53P o10 45a
Ar Portamonth . 8 ooa 35P
.-.r Richmond, Va 6 355 3 lp
Ar % ashington ...... to10 loa 303
Ar Baltimore . .. I256 as 11 25
Ar Philadelphia . I 36p 2 SO
Ar New York . 4 I5p 6 30o


i: 1 4 I r>


io oa.
8 =a

4 508


7 15a
6 30a
4 04a

I 55.
3a 23a
7 oop
0o a8p
9 23P
4 45p
3 5Op
oa
G OP


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Icv
Ar
Lv





Lv


4 2.,
2 0


12 |lp
II 561,
8 252
S378
9 45a
7 42a
7 27a
2 oup
8 'ua


WEST &NESW ORLHANS 56 5 7


v Jacksonvlle ... 3 4op 9 25a
Ar Lake City .. 5 ip I
Ar Live Oak ... ...... 635p12o4p
Ar Madlon . 7 55 5.p
Ar Moticello ... .9 lop 3 15P
Ar Tallabame .. .. 9 4op 3 25P
Ar Q iucy . ..... 17
Ar River Junction ...... 5 os
Ar Pensacola . . 10 5oup
Ar Mobile . . 2 558
Ar New Orlean ... ........7 258
Lv acksovie . 8 up
Ar Macop .. . . 3 4oa
Atlanta .- . 7. 7 50a
Cbatta.ooga . . 2 o5p
Nahville . . 9 iop
St LouCn .... ... 7 3ua
Chicago . _. 9 15a


Coniections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on Si, except Satur-
days, from tiaiueaville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room J MItaU ple epers between
Tainpa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond aa# Wm ulaston, Vestibuled
dlay coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via chniud. Cafe dining
car service front Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, hbagag and exp.ae cars between
Jacksonville mad Washington, and drawing room ltan sleepers between Tampa,
Jncksonville and New Vork.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. AlachuS. Williford, Wannee and inti r-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early BLrd branch. .
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orlens and Jacksonville.
Steanters for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa tsndays, Tuesdays ani
Tlhiursdays, i:15 p. nm.
A. 0. MACDONELL, Asas't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C COBll Ticket Agent. Gaineaville.


Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
ro rit .a 3t ct July 8, 1903.


No. 6.
Dally
kxacept
Sunday.

I.v P M.
745
7 "55
a to
8 10

8 45
850
8'%,)
II13
9 45At"
10 00 Lv
11 85
1'200
111 20
4' 0o ;


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MI


No. 4.
Daily.' |


Lv P. M.








s1o "
6 40
7 03
7 16 Ar
7 P
a 40
7 25
Ar A. M.


No. a
Da


Lv A M


7 U
7 20
727
745
nD
'n p -
740 p
7 4A p
"Ar I' M


. BaTATbO8.


Slty..
smel,


ma.S.


Snaday.


Ar P. M. Ar A.. Ar t P. M.
-'airdeld-------
.. ... Pa rs ld .. .. .. ........ 00
S ...... r ... ................. ...
i ..... ...
.. i nso s..-. .........- ......... ..,... 1
........ ma ................... .......... .a.
Llbkwod ......... ..
S... Cladt lt..... .....- -.... .. .
...... ae Oelt a.. ........... ...... 4
. Wa....w a ehoa .. ............. .. .. .. ...... 4 45
..... Roeck Point......... .................. 4.
.. Bel m .... 2
AS.......... .......... M
a....... a .. 1o
%o.... a ct .... L 0 i 40 1 10
Lake B 0tln a. t. ......
ae r4le1J.*tW ...
.... ValdoRi s.e a.q s ... I ft 9 ,,,. ....
...Maoa, ses ..... S M a ,....-.
Atlanta. C o0a.. T1a s ...... a
LnAi. M. Lv! .M.

JAS. IL R GalaUs, vidwt.
L. 1 & &airk 0 a4im.tpL
J P. BILL Amt.


TAKE The Atlantic Coast Line

PQFR nLI. EfRT-iL-Y POINTS,


pNth Du as
North ,East
J okaonylllp


South


Via
Duipont
or
Jactsoauvllle


Via W V1ia
P. & 0. 15 SAW9
Steamship fl e and
Line XX WWt astgtery


Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Servic
Time Table in Effect November 29, 1908.
Depart For oAINUSVILLE ALive Prom

SI Igh Springand aInter- 5
12 m p.Ocalarna s r
2:25 m Palatha Dyto, Jackemonvfile,
1DA15aym N north. flt aai Wgdee
Dy IAL ny AtlantW, al Point Neorth, Mwat We'st
Daily I ochelle, M and Cib
Daily High tprings
e0. tionday I - -
ODING WEST OOR NORTHWEST VRAVU
Chicago & Florida Lnmited, amid vetibule train t t
Lihrary. Dining Car sad Coaches, betweanm at. Aug~w m
night out .
Lw 84. Augwstue'.rFcnXy. 70am Lv Cbatssm7ussC A5
Ar "Jacsmnsvtlle Sam Lim A* a
Lv Jacksomnlle .AOL MA. S 10a v e' x
Ar TIfm I. .1 fp Atu
Lv Tifto. ... S& P ty 1 19a 8 ,% y f
At, Atla n' 'Uf i : "..
Ar CbhauteqP S .r.

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