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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 22, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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AA.ti-Lyncing Crusal e Start-. PRIMARIES o 90
ed by Veterans In Missisd ippl. (( I
-- I ANDIATMAS SEL..ECTED ,

APPEAL TO CONFED)tATES 1 BY AND FOR THE TRUSTS
i AGAINST
Barksdale Camp Asks Vctcrans THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATES.
and Their Children to Help
Stamp Out the Evil. / ,


Memphis, Tenn., March 20. .\ speti.al
to the C6mmercial Appeal from Gremnada.
Miss, says:
An antr-lynching crusade has been int
augurated by the W. R. llarkslaie C.nmp,
United Confederate Veterams of this city.
The followingsignifc.i tu resoulutions ere'
unanimously ltdopted at a largely atteaid-
ed meeting of the camp:
"First-Thai we ae unaltiraibJly oppos-
ed to the lynching of a linimanm beaLing,
save perhaps for the ione umimemtiomailde
crime. -
"Seooud-That. as Comnfederate Veter-
ani and law-abiding citizens of Missis-
sappi-and of the United Stales, we are vi-
olently, vehemently and eternally oppos
ed to theptacticeof burning a humana be-
ing'for any crime whatsoever.
"Third-That we appeal in thundering
tones to all Coanfederate Veterans, their
wives and daughters, and to that great
and glorious organization, the lDaughters
of the Confederacy, oneamid all, to arise
in their might, and by precept and ex-
ample, voice and pen, moral force and in-
fluence, help puta stop to lihis diabolical,
barbaric, unlawful, inhum.m amn.: taungoal
ly crime of burning buanans beings.
"Fourth-That we heartily ,plpr.ie uf
anti applaud the action ol iakrernor Vat-
damian in his recent successful efforts te
save a criminal from a mobt init on1 I)urn-
ing,."

CANDIDATES SPEAK
Several Spoke to a Fair Sized Audi-
ence Last Night
Several candidates for State ol'ices.
were in th city yesterdayy, ainl spke to
a fair/sized audience-a few of wihorn
were ladies-at the court hoLIsU- list nigihl.
In order that none of the sitting a':n-
didates should have to speak lielore theI
crowd gathered, Hon. W. W. Colon,
tax asessao, candidate for retleclion.,
consented to deliver a short adliresi first,
and this he did in a "very pleasing anda
creditable manner.
Dr. J, P. lMcKinstry, Jr was chairman
of the meeting, and introdtLcedI as the
naet speaker Hon. Alfred St -CIair
Abrams, candidate for Attoriney-Gemieral.
who madd a splendid speech and was lib
erally applauded.
Hon. James E. Broome, candidate fur
Secretary of State, was introduced andi
made an able speech that was applamnedl
from start to finish. Mr. Broome is one
of the most eloquent speakers now before
the people.
Hou. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of
State, and candidate for reelection was
introduced and spoke well. Mr. Claw-
ford not much accustomed to public
spedkpg, bult he agreeably surprised his
friepdi who heard him last night.
It was lte when Mr. Crawtord closed,
and the chairman requested Hons. W. N.
Sheats and W. M. Holloway, candidates
for State Superintendent of Public In-
struction, to speak twenty minutes each.
Mr. Seats spoke about twenty-five
minutes, 'and Mr. Holloway not more
than ten minutes. Both speakers seemed
to reaUxl thMt the audience was tired, and
both aspil pnly by request. There was
no bitlcr~e, sand no unpleasant person-
allties otany kind.
Really It peeamed that every speaker
made a Ifavrable impression, but we
doubt If therewer' many- if any votes
chaegd 4b t3he speaking.

ials .FiPrm Dassolved.
Th4ta fi.Miller & Avers Company,
the masnibeS g which were P. Miller, W.
W. Avrqg f ad A. ,. Vidal has been dia.
solveS t JaStUal consent, Mr. Avera
withdal'k tflran the ia which will be
contl-$uq M. the mine stand, and under
the114 21d' WM MO iler & Vidal.
T X has hbeon for years the
"PadIb41Sam UesaS lnd book store in
md- p d was first Miller &
lAw W ag Nfflier & Avers Cans.
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REOARUINU CZAR bhEIATS. teqt withl Shents, but when he wilfully,
aliciously speaks That which he knows
The Palatka Times-Heralds Gives its t utterly cking truth, t en
Reasons for Opposing Sheats ceases to be a virtue. We owe it to our.
[coNTItiBUTFr J selves, and to our friends to make reply
In his vicious tirades delivered here, at to thie false misrepresentations of him
Crescent ity and at various other places, who poses as a Christian gentlemmaln. -
a/.tr Sheats has made charges against l'alatkR Times-Herald
T'Il I TrimMKS-HflRA.D that are as false as
tliac are malicious. Knowing that w HON
..r.- opposed to him because of his disre- IN HONOR OF MISS TIOrIAS.
r -I ,f tile interests of the people in social ntertamsint st t Mr. and rMrs.
e'im h.iti.miil jmattlers, because of his po- rlcClellan's Last Night.
lati.'l itrckrs ; le'because of his inability There wa a very pleasnt social party
t.i k', i.h in lt.iiliy s i ih legislatures, a id at the residence of Mr. anm d iArs. Robert
t, sec ir% ne,-.-. .cli-u.,,I l'gislatiomn; ani Nl Mic ellan last lighit. It was given inI
hbecai.eofl his iaferioritNy to Mr. Hlollo horinr of Miss Maud Thouias. of Roanoke.
as) le s.ck to create the impressioi IVa. who left this morning with her sis-
thalt se ipportin hi. oppu-nent former. Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. Davis' little
mtnt.tcet.ar% iaat-..o Lm,, ng full well J sonu anl laughter, for tlmeir Virginis
if Il ia people c laI be ,asule ti believe thi lahonie, after spenditfg nearly two tmnoilths
that our argatment, helitrafter will ihavi e a Gainesaville.
little or no weight Ilckil, however, fl re party was attended by a number of
the iai.a,-es knoaw is. ,iaid lh-itcer still for young ladfes and gentlemen with whom
us tll-y also It now ii' ar Shiealt I iits orals Iisme Thomas had become acqutainteddur-
l'ln f..l lo hve th cect lie anticipate .aing her short stay here, and who regret-
Slhcant. cnins that Mr Holloway came ted to see her leave.
to Illantka titicl hire,1 ust to write the Hiol- Canaly pulling was a feature of the
l,,aHn biograpliy, which has since beet eiitertainment, and of course all present
widely coaped by the pre.s This is per- had a very "sweet" time.
nlps the m11o'st malicious falsehood that It is regretted by Miss Thomas' friends
has yet been devised by out scheming that. she did not fiud it possible, on ac-
enemy. The biography is one rf our count of the illness of her sister while'
writings, but Mr. Holloway did not" here, to attend more places of entertain.
come to l'alatla, NIr ITHIrR did he or any ment and form more acquaintances. All
one else "hire" us, as Sheats so grossly hope for Mrs. Davis' early recovery, and
states. This canard is bt in keeping that she and Miss Thomas may visit
with his other utterances. Uasinesville again, and under more favor- (
Sheats claims that Prof. Holloway is pay- able circumstances. c
ing tis for our support-a falsehood that is
only equaled ii> deliberateness and malig- Newberry Stock Sold. 1
uity by his other charges. like ay The sale of the J. C. Nek old.erry bank.
other candidate, Mr Holloway paid for The sale of the J. C. Newherry bank-
his announcement, and also for some pa- rlpt stock, that wes to have taken place
pers he ordered. Iteyonml this we have at High Springs last Friday did not nia.
never received a penny from him. and terialdic. Under the law Receiver Owens
whoever states the contrary is a Imr and coatld not sell for les than 75 per cent of
"the truth is'not irn hium." We use the appraised value of the stock, and
strong, plain English, so as to make our only 2 O2 per cent was offered.
position clear to every one. In a contest Col. Tbho. E. Owens,of this city, was
with a man reason can bte used effectively the receiver, and he has done splendid
for defence, but with a hog-McBeath work trying to settle he affairs of the
four years ago called him (Sheats) a pig, Newberry bualnees. When It was known
so by now he has perhaps developed into that le could not sell for 7S Per cent of s
a hog -one has to sometimes resort to the appraised value, he recommended the
fore 62i per cent bid by Phifer & Phifer
force be accepted, and I B. Voyle, referee in
- The Florida Czar makes these charges be accepted, and It Voyle, referee in t
against us, and but for the fact that we bankruptcy, approve tbe d teommends-
have regard for our people, we would go Phier yd the goodsay were sold to ifer
more into detU. That would hardly be hifer yestaterd and other property will
necessary, however. Those who are ac- T be lookral estate an other r by Mr. Owenrty will
quainted with us, and have been for the till be looked after by Mr. Owest antU -
past score or more of yearn, would notbe- it can be disposed of to the best advan-
lieve the charges even were they made tage.
by a truthful man. Is it likely, then, Wi Not Be a Cad
that they will tonsider them for a Wlo- n l Net Beem a idmtwh. it
ment when the author is Sheats? In answer to the many inquiries which
bueats complains tasat we applied the I am receiving about my again becoming g
epithet "Czar" to him. To this cons. a candidate for the Legislature I desire to t
plaint we will say that no one more ridsh ey that I have twice enjoyed te honor
ly deserves it than he. His antcrtic of replesentali 4he ppte of A tchalt
bearing, bis austerity. his unyielding sad county in 'the LegiuatAtOu, sua as I he-
tintolemnnt stand upon school matte,. his lieve that no ~f iboidSM aUMtemt. o
dltoral policy, h.is utter d~10g4d' hois of .e de i._Wyut a s.a.,tlon. U
the ishe f the ms ahis lo.eofpow-. o*a e w ru w 4
or r UedeamvorWto itlmlsdate the psre, *bholdpe w ,P estwd, I e 14,e efsa11
aln bt' tmncal course to thhae who to my lta 1e11thy1 nw1 U 1 Ismit aa*-
drt .o0oilehims, have won for himnts date fet td il b '4hsu t X a bhe
a mer od sbriunat of. "Czar." Ai meore me prIm to'0 be h 01 uI-1ey.
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TRENTON ITEMS. A CARD
Want the Committee to Fix Date for Professor Tom P. McBeath Joes for
Polillcal Speaking. I *Public Opinion."
Trenton, Mar, 19, 190o4. tcoINTRinUTKI J I
ldaitor Star: -The fojrnmers here are inIiITOR STAK: As a self-respect lnug
busy preparing the land anid planting man, I can not afford to engage in a news-
their crops, although the ground is quite paper discussion with an aionyumoous
dry. scribbler, who may be, for all I know,
Uncle Gilbert Gay and wife, of Bell, off color and aans character. I mutest
are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. W.. refuse, therefore, to notice "Public
T.ightsey. Opinion" further than to may that any
Miss Ivy Lightsey, daughter of Mr. one who hides behind a nomn-de-plume to
and Mrs. J. W. Lightsey, is suffering utter such scurrility as characterizes his
from a bad cut with an axe, the wound is two articles published in your paper, is
on the right foot and is slowly improving. confessedly a coward and presumably a
Mr. P. S. Sanclez is suffering from a cur. If "Public Opinion" miesans to In.
sprained ankle but is improving. sinuate that those extracts were not gen.
We people down here haven't as yet uline; were not what they purported to
had the opportunity of meeting many of be. he is a liar, 4#d I here, over my sig.
the candidates, but we would like to meet unture, publicly brand himt as such.
all of them face to face and see what kind Vours truly,
of beings they are, and if the Executive T'rotM M l"CIIHATm.
Committee is not going to saratige for
any political speaking in the different Sam Jones at High Springa.
precincts of Alachua county, we people of Rev. San PI. Jones lectured in the pub.
Trenton would like to have all the caudl IIc school auditorium at 1aigh Springs
dates come to Trenton and speak on last Thursday night. The auditorium.
Saturday, April 16. We don't count our- was almost filled-rperhaps not more than
selves selfish or stingy, and If it can be a dozen seats were empty, notwithstand.
arranged for speaking here on the date lug the fact that reserved seats sold at I
mentioned above, or some other suitable one dollar each.
time, we will give them a hearty welcome. Mr. Jones took for his subject "Man- I
Le us hear from others, addressood and Money," and he declared that
Prof. JJ.G. KIellum will address the aot' the thing most mmelcd hm thms commniry Is
the thing most needed fi tlhi country is
Bre here nt 2 o'clock today, a good attend .
dance Is e pectdl.
We understand that J. 0. Osteen of lie spoke about all hour n11ll thirty
Cherry Sink will be a candidate for the minutes, and gave sunse good aB,idvce as
office of county commissioner. Mr. to how to rid a community of blind tiger
Osteeu is a true Democrat, and wou4l operators whom he characterized as the u
quake a good olBcvar and the people of lowest and dirtiest creature Iu existence. I
Trenton can vouch for his being a sober A few blind tiger syupathisers, and n
and upright Christian gentleman. possibly one per cent of the decent bear.
ers were not well pleased with some of
AT AUDITORIUJM TONIUNT. the things he said, but the dissatisfied
were few in number, and did their kick- f
Dr. flay of WashlgSton WIH Lecture ing after Sam was w one. '
-fear film. t
Dr. Eugene May, one of the most fa- Shllt Deputy aerIff.
mous lecturers of the presnst time, will Mr. T. W. Bhbaad, the Otter Creek u
lecture at the High School Auditoriuin naval storm man, cainme Ihie Oalaesullle d
night (Tuesday) and all who can potr home' yesterday morning, and reported g
sibly do so should hear him. that Deputy Sherlff II. ft. Osteen, of
This is one of the Alkbeat Lyceum by Levy county, was shot by a negro named I
which out. people have been faurnlted Charles RoM, and in return shot thie ne- o
many good attractions during the past gro, at Otter Creek yesterday morning. te
wo seasons. It as-mastihat U ,Ortes went aboard
Of the lecture, Bishop J. N. PItzgerald the passenger train as It was about to
ways: "Dr. May gave two splendid _c_. levse Otter CrieS for this elty, to awreet
uea at Ocean Grove. There was a en- the negro for carrying concealed weapons,
rial desire to have them l repeated. They The gnegr drew a pistol and abot'thea om-
were of the highest order." jeer, who then slat him. The ball entered A
The Atlanta (Ga.) Daily News ayerthes olfficer' right bresit, but it is not 4
*Dr. May's elocution an oratory ase ti considered a serious wound. The uegro t
nst finished sad perfect Atlanta ba is*. jrwa played in the Levy county jail, and Is 0
Ened to for many years. The control oft thought he will die from the effects of
tf hb voice is woaderhfl said his descrip- the wound. u


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Pefitieaui. (Irtneuneements.
Announcements uilnder the above head,
of reasonable length, will te published in
each ani ever issue of the TWICt-A-
WkH-K STAR. from now until the cam-
paimgn is over for f5 for each announce-
auent. TiaK CA&SH must accompany the
copy for each announcement. Announce-
maiits at this price must not contain
more than TWtwrTY I.|Nim, including
lhenil and| signature.


Clerk Ciroult Court.
To the i tecnoTrata of Alachua County:
As the State l.xecutive Committee
Ilaveselected tile matil of May for holding
twi1 rimaa r v I"lect ion, I hereby announce
3mi at-f -a,'iiVaililalte for tSie poelsion of
Clerk of tlime Circuit Court of Alachua
ta'ily l 1, 1iiil I olicit not only the vote,
ltilt the saiaport of my friends to secure
tt)y election. If elected, I promla to
perform the dti ies of time office faithfully
and fully. I minmke tli, promise knowing
thoroughly %liat those duties are. They
have already been learned by experience,
anid I trust that all Democratic voters
may consider my appeal in mnakntig their
selection.
kepect(fully,

SClerk CiGreult Court.
'Fellow Dl)emnncrals of Alachbua county:
I hereby announce myself candidate
for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
county, subject to your action in the
lDemnocratic I'ritnary. I solicit the sup-
port of all eamocrats, and if I am elected
I proimiNec to ischalirge the duties of tbh
oflfce to the very beat of my ability.
tReapcctfutlly,


J. MAXKV DKI.I..
Sherif.t.
To the Voters of Alachua (Jouuty :
I hereby announce myself a' candidate
for thie office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democtatic primary.
If elected, I pruintime to discharge the
duties of the office to the very beat of my
ability, anil I solicit the support of all
voters at tie polls.
Respectfully,. t

Sheriff.
To the Democratfc Voters of Alachua
County:
I embrace this method ol expressing
my warmest appreciation for the con-
fidence you placed In mile in 1896i, and
continuously front that date to thi1, and
sincerely trust that your confidence has
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to
the very best of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of persons or the conse-
quences to myself. flow well I have suc-
ceeded I leave to you to judge. I have
been encouraged to believe that my ef-
forts have received the approval of the
p 7e1eful, law- ovlug citikaes of our
ounty, or which I am truly thanhl. I
asm again a candidate form the ofce of
Sheriff and will sppreeiate your support,
and promise, it reflected, to resume my
duties unfettered with any promise to
special favors, and shall endeavor In the
future, as in the past, to do my duty the
best I know how. Promising if elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
office again. Respectfully,
L. W. FKNHtr.L.
Sheriff.
I will be a candidate for the office of
Sheriff, and respectfully solleit the up-
port of the voters of this county In the
outing primary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Repreaeetatlve,
I am as ever,.
THio. t II. WILLARD.
County Superintendent. C
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superintenadeiat of
Public Instruction of Alacltaa county,
subject to the action of the motcCratec
Primary, amd respectfully sleit the sup.
ort of all democrats voters. '
Respectfully,
J. 0 KMI..utM.

County Supe'rlntteent.
I im a candirlnte for the oflde of flu-
aerintendent of I'sitall Inslriactlon of
lasehsu county, subject to the aetioe of
be Democratic primary, anid qs401lt the
apportof Deniocraticvoters. If elected,
will favor retrenchment and the pay-
tent of the school debt. '
J. L. KIKLIY. .
County Superintendent.
I hereby announce myself candidate
or the offloe Superlnteden t (o Pu.
Ia lastruction of A naehmo eoldt7,
o the Democratic prtma ,Aaendldt
support of Demnocratloea A, If-4 ,
Iill use every Ioot tob oe
date the county anu irl i
ebts. My policy will l sehoiedsd ashni
ood term, good teachess Sem nam
wae techmign oi crednt_ .rtUefi .flr-lag,
ag and asrth titic. a tg
very grade in the pbile leiftbo smem
rf Is letate, hladlal Inalttuttesd ior
rm Normat rk, I eda'oevlaed of
aM ImportanMe of mUo. eaPuet taashlsg
n the elementary stuadles.
4Oo. M. I,vrcN ,
County Judge. .
1 hereby usuneuse myslf as a eatua1.
teA before the m6tic primary
Ilh cowent a d lection to uthe
Ne ai7t= y 1 ds Having islthfully,
= detl X ad" ly disc e my
ardh d ntlithe 1 pTat, I ples, my
Sto ome to d to la the amr,
Secd, and will be very grateful for
: of the Destocratic aoe n of C
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I hereby aunri .ik:.
for Repr aetwMIPM PIMM
action of the A- a
solicit the support of my
Respectfnll, .. ,
S-M.
Lopalartup. "='1atu
To the Votem ofAlaechu County: r
Without the 0ghteset unkind (fed,,"
for those who did not voter me rifa
last primary andA heart full rttO.
for those who did, I *gain offer fO
honorable poaltio asone of rblr Pf "
nentatlvee in the next General ASmImnD ,,
Support me if I am right, support ms *a
long as I stay tight and leave mw a '-
when I go wrong. ou tmay we hve "U
many laws already. Oranted-if they "
were all good ones, but many am useles, '
some *baolutely pernicious and
be wiped of the statute book. Belag a
Democrat I will abide by the action of
the primary. With good will toward all
men. I am yours trl,
JOHN W. TENCH.
Legislature.
solicited by many friends, I announce "
myself a candidate for Riepresentative
from Alashua county in the next L
tuoren bjaet to the ,i otfc
t leted thepeople of Alachaa 4J1
astasured that their interests will
taken cae oflin our mast .L. tlft ...
and I shall eapeelally eMeralim
ence for the enactmseat af a .ut '
sitular to that now in force ':.
which has doue so much to -- V,!-
labor problem in that State.
A. U. HI.LA .... '
Legillature.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Representative from Alachus county,
in the next L& ilature, subject to the
action of the Democratl primary. If
elected I promise to nservea p p es
faithfully as I can and atiUolalt S .
port of my fellow emocra at the .
RespectaUy, *
Cass. oos. '

Democratic voters of Alashua county:
I respectfully a&nnum e mynsettfs anl*
date for the L nature and solicit your
support. I wilt abide by the action of
the primary. Vours truly,
I. A. Roesaonovon.

Member Seheel Seard.
The friends of J. A, ICIng hereby an-
nounce him a candidate for membt of
the Alachua County School Bo m, ron
DJ1trqt No. z, subet to the .t 9 of
thDe D oeel ticru.r 'th hbe l
Democratic voters botb du the ea- .,
palis and at the pola on c d&an ay.
Member Sehtee Sear i
By request of friends I annoaQe my-
self a candidate O rnmoulaUihd a asv -*-
member of the Board of Public l ,
tlon of Alachus County, from Di trief 2 .
i, and earnestly soilcit the votes &d In-
fluence of all Demoratic voters at the
coming primary election, and f elected I
pledge myself faithfully loon after the
educational Interests of the ooant,.


County GCommlalerln, ...
I hereby afnonef !ay
Count Comr neorf m 3
3. t to t mary, ada
support of theDemerateo ,e' .s
Ulltrtat, plad fgto a eon,-o kdslt'l :i :..

he office if elected.
A. A. MCAA "

V 4"AN


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COLONEL MILLER called
Lieutenant Emerson to
'/ ('' hirln and said:
"Lieutenant, those Ap.
Sashes were the thievieo
complained of by old Don Alvares,
whose hacienda lies down the Loe
exas, among the spurs of the Sangre
de Crs1ti Mountains. The old geptle-
man will sleep far easier if he knows
that we have driven the red devils
across the range. Will you ride over
with a word of our success to-morotw?
f e has a daughter whose beauty will
repay you for the forty-mile jaunt,
and the don will treat you like a
police. I dare not leave camp my-
self,. and he would deem it an honor
if one of my officers brought him word
of the fghta. You can have an escort
If you. wish. Will you go?"
"Nothing would give me more
pltphutrq, colonel," replied the young
man, "The young lady attracts me,
But I need no escort; the trail Ia too
plain. I'll start to-morrow at day.
break."
Shanks, my boy. Stay. as you will
*. -*week If need be. You have earned
a leave. But take care of yourself-
heirt and all. The donna's eyes are
S lorlouts, but her admirers are Jealous."
Enwerson laughed.
"I'll be.eareful sir. Good nightly"
"Good nlg]t I"
And so they parted, each to his
quarters, and the younger mapi to
dream of something brighter than In-
dian watch-frea for the morrow,
The Beren eenth were old frontiers.
amen, and Colonel Miller performed his
duty to the govc.'nment faithfully.
Two days before, after a lively
Wol~_i, hls troops bad routed a larte
bdy of Apaches, a score of miles
abeve camp, and driven them over the
ranoe,
The Indiana came from the Pouthern
country, where they hall been com-
sitting many depredations, and It was
to one of the greatest suffrers' at
their hands-old Don Alvares, a rich
a nlard-that the colonel desired to
0,nd th6 comforting message announce.
lag this d scdmflture.
The morning dawned clear and golden
.-oneet New'feaseo's best--and ere the
dew had faded from the cactus, or the
breath pf the night wind left the mes-
S.. tt thclkets, Lieutenant Rmerson. In
fatigue uniform, armed with platols
and aabre, was amount and miles "r
h. hia Way along, thq winding tr ward
H.. acelmda Alvares
The March sun a warm at poon-
tide, a the o traveler paused be.
-etb ethie dow of a great rock to
est srim and smoke a cigarette,
ts baelward-flnug rays from the
F' West bad grown weak and faint.
A1d tihe dli shadow of on-coming
'tlht fell athwart the narrow path-
Way, are the while wall of his des-
S tiaton caught the eye of the young
S liUeutenant
tI. Ung slowly do-wn the broad plateau
toward the hacienda, thought of rest
and supper In his mind, Emerson and-
denly started In his saddle, and. check-
Ing his horse, his hand grasped his
Sabre-hllt with a soldier's Intuition.
Just before him, and a little to one
side of the path, standing apparently
helpless from either fatigue or fright,
was a halt naked peon child-a. dusky-
f acetd' gif*-galng fixedly upon a
ela d anakl that lay before her, -Its
gli. tending crest raised and swaying to
a fro, while Ite -ar V burned
those of the fascinated elid.
S alsta mo and the e nomous
le wool fne winge
rthe t 4* i t,
*e the plin h per's a
b), re fell between the 11 i ad the
as*lke, and the hdad of the moeecain
teyr twenty feet away through the

ten lmaerson caught ine girl rlf'rs
bow and rode forward.
a moment abe trembled, speech-
Sas she lay within the strong
w of the Soldler; then, with a soft
Sshe strove to escape. They were
Selgs to the tate of .te hacienda.,
Seven as the child was droppig
to 4he ground-for the lieutenant on-
s thy released her-a young and
woman appeared Anl ivta a
Ef 7 the t ttlo pdon sprang toward

erea relined In his horse and
s his eap. '
'a: 'TMo a 1demolselle, but the girl
y a dsangwa 'moneesta was- ---r'
-BIs .. -I was itnterupted by thet beauty
ligeelf, ihto whose ear the child had
lr etory.
I. Bneed no pardtn. I thank
.; 'n In the name of may father,and hls
a/', meat valued servant, Jacque Dumbx,.
H,.'.,, haviln saved the life of thil girl.
gavey heaven bless ybut But will you
eilner,. irT You seem weary, and
1^ ,,, imt ll at hand." .
I.,.'* as, following the beautiful Gua-
B'It was sh Le-LIutenant
*enlK tered, for the first time,.
elenada Alvares,


later. while the old don
lat er sat over their
telling to eah
*, *eat, a peon
. b then
to thhe
the life 9


2 ~~I*& old- don-w~w
or noth
z WOR: .
O atteI"


your f .tA evre. You have saved his
dauigbter. Ji all, and you can depend
upon J P, I He Is your slave, for that
act, to the peath!"
So befifp Emerson's acquitintance at
Hitdtepda Alvnres; a;d as beo morning
came, bringing- with it the pleasures
of a home where wealth and- beauty
reigned, Long unenjoyed by -thip rugged
young soldier Of the border, and dark-
eyed Gqadalupe put her hand In his
to thank hinp for the news be brought.
and asked him to stay as a friend
where be came as a messenger, a
thrill ran through his pulses, and he
stayed-stayed until he felt that- his
colonel mnirt be Wondering, for his
week was .long gone; stayed until
dusky.bto*od Juan d'Imray, cousin
and suitor of his beautiful hostess,
frowned upon him; stayed until his
heart throbbed wildly anatl his ears
drank as divlne mule the rich voice
of the donn--until tihe girl's cheeks
glowed beneath his fervent ginnee, and
her bosom heaved when his hand
touched hers; stayed too long, and
then rode away will a positive prom-
Ise to the urgent old don to return-
with a single glance from Guadalupe
that might nmean words-with a soowl
and curse from Juan that betokened a
hatred deep and fierce; and last of all,
with a single gesture of unspeakable
fealty from poor Dumox at the gate.
"Ah, lleutehantl" cried old Colonel
Miller, as Emerson appeared before
him on the mIorning following, "the
donna was -too many for youl Bat I
consent. Maue the marriage Woon, and
bring the beauty to camp."
The young man colored.
"The marriage will be with 3uan
d'Imray, colonel. Humor says she is
affianced to him."
But the colonel shook bhi head.
"Bahl thit Impl HJs habits are worse
than those of a Mexican. The donna
Is a Wise girl, as well as a beautillful
one. and an American can win her,
especially when that American is a
yomug and good-looking soldier. Lien-
tenant. If you want that girl, and I
believe you do, and don't go In and
win her away from that Spanlard. I'll
-I'll order you un-er arrest for a
year!" -
And, with an emphatei shake 6f the
head, the brave oi9. Colonel turned
away. ,
Rmera0j tlghVIed long and hearty at
Wtris colonel as a matchmakerr" but
when It eo happened, two weeks later,
that the post-commandant found an-
other message for Hacienda Alvaroes, It
also happened that the lieutenant was
ready to carry it: and the bearer
found a stronger attraction than be-
fore inu the eyes of Donna Gnudalupe
-forgot the evil lurking in these of
Juan d'Imray, and remained three
days at the table of his friend, the old
don-three days of heaven to him,
crowned at last, one glorious night, by
the sweet, sweet words which made
the beauteous girl his forever.
For his love overpowered him, and
he confeised it-confessed It to know
that her heart was his, even as his
belonged to her, and had been from
the first. Together they strayed be-
neath the arbors of the' garden. The
soldier's horse stood waiting at the
gate. -the moon smiled down upon bis
lonely northern way; but his prms emu-
circled the most perfect figure in New
Mexico; his eyep gased Into horse, filled
with love and longing even as were
hiL own; Iis lips plucked from her
lips klaseg mote luscious and passion-
ate than ever Iefore melted the heart
of man; and (tuadalupe told him, by
word and esyt and heart, that she
loved hbli,
But at last midnight warned them.
and with one parting embrace, close
and long, the ypung man watched his
darling' lip from his hold and lee
toward the aow allent ranch, while
whlaperlil he. atest words as benlsens,
the sweetpet *f confesalons In the
sweetest of tonkuea, "Yo to amo." he
sought hits addle, and rode slowly
away intq the gloaming,
His way took him over the broad
O)latean and down the narrow trail
toward Tis M.xos, until. .upon ,the
little a bldg* that crossed the wild
stream at A point known as "Ls
Gorge de D)labl," he paused and dias-
mounted a agoment to tighten a loos-

Then again he breathed the words
f bhie love, "To te omal"
The girth was fastened and the
trooper's Coot in the stirrup, when,
tutaig friVf ths ldim obuearlty behind
him,. a Ievp flure whirled its arm
quickly It. e air, something alot
silently ttard' the soldier, and an
instant latie a lariat fell about hise
neck, h1lf-eblraglilng him. He was
suddaenJ jerked backward to the floor
of the' shaklng bridge, and as bis
frightened hore aped snorting up the
Winding Dath, ie heard at bhis ear the
low, Sendish laugh Of his rival-Juan
d'lmray had caught hlsminl
or a amment Bmerson lay stunned
where he had fallen; then he sprang
to his tfet. and hia hands tore at the


tightening tope about hise neck; but
a smteed tiUe the cord war pulled, and
agap he fell.
Then, b*fere he could rise, strong
arm bound him, and agoo the 4d-
moudeal laugh ang i hI ears. '
"Val, blues esati AtiwerilcttMi DeolI
qu wot ,olte. oy rbridel Did ye
t%4" a d'tmira wod retdIre because
-tbd qstereod thteid? ^441 8ee
to, d ,t atn-my beai's
a aes.and



AM)


IN THE GOJEGE







By Major Hanl.ton


the servants were dascharged, except
one old man and his daughter, who are
still attached to the person of Alvares.
But the story of -that terrible night
upon the bridge In La Gorge de DInbie
In known only to two. The third and
principal actor therein has never shinet
been seen. Los Mexos ioeversix'e sliip
Its dead!-Saturday Night:
(oulis Oautwits 'errier Fne.
A. -ollie, owned by Professor W. F.
lurand, of Cornell University, slew
l'.s onemy, a bull terrlpr helongluig to
r:r. Luserne Colvillle, a leading local
physalclan. In a minanner worthy of a
keen-minded liuman murderer'.
The dogs were among thie most vnl-
nable In the city, both heing canine
aristocrats with long peivdgrees. For
yuara they had been fors, lighting
fercely Whenever they met. Usually
the collie was defeated.
To-day, as was imlis liltlt. lie terrier
was racing wlli a stre,,t car about
Ithaca's noted "loop" wlIell, nt the
bridge over Fall Creek Gorge. lie- caenit
ilpon his foe. In nll Instant they were
fighting desperately, while several i nl.
versity pronfstors hiurrhidi from a dils-
lance to part tlihen. liBt relief came
t0o late.
Being on the point of defent, thile
(olllo broke away and rni to tlli ril'at
ot the gorge, qt Ihat point 11<0 feet
deep. No one dared to nimironeli tlin
ditngerons point. The terrh'Ir. Imowever.
followed, whereupon then collie circled
aeout him and then with a Auddeni
nrsh pushed his antagonist over the
edge, where he was dashed to death on
the rocks below.
With one downward glance the collie,
trotted proudly away, head and tall
aloft
Dr. Colville had the dng' botly res-
cued and burled.-New York Times.
Itaspl's GO et Uistilway.
The transcontinental railway across
Siberia, which connects Moscow with
Port Arthur and on which all Russian
army supplies will be carried in the
war with Japan, is 5110 miles long.
For hundreds of miles the rail-
way passes over level stretches of
deep black soil, absolutely stoneless.
and with a surface, except in summer
and autumn, of mud or mud and st-..v.
The flatness of the country encouraged
rather flmsay methods of construction,
and the rails are light. The engines
are wood burners and carry a crib
piled with firewood as high as the
amnokemNtack.
A teent traveler, Mr. M. Shoemaker,
deacr ies even the Interuntional Sleep.
Ing Oar Express as going at a "dog's
trot" of about ten miles an hour and
making unconscionable pauses at the
stations. The too days' journey to the
Pacific from Russla shown on the
eofcihl time-tables has not been re-
allsed In fact
The bridges which cross the Central
Asian waterways are no flimsy struc-
tures, but well calculated for the
heavy tkrafle they will have to bear.
Over the broad yellow flood of the
Volga at Samara sla a great Iron bridge
called the "Alexander," with tlilrteen
spans each of 350 feet. nearly a mile
long between Its abutments.
Tsbesuuiese..
Prof. Behrlng accepts the view that
every one ls slightly tuberculous, but
this .by no mrana Implles that every
one Is or will, be affected with pul-
monary consumption. He thihiks two
thing* are necessary to produce .con.
gumption; tuberculosis focus and
bodUly ebndltionas fvorlag the develop-
meat e6 the disorder. -He regards the
centaglo6n of conmisption in adults
with grave 4ota,. holding that It haa
not yet 6ea demonstrated. Therefore,
the predit 23Uaen to pulmoenary Iunfsc-
o.a t IM t expoaure to infection.
whe Is eabased by al ltXr or. lees
but A n tne. eUoslttMa Of lite. The
more prohbl* oigl, I ,the awikeollmg
of a tftUt foc-: id=t actlvity on ac-
cqlt a te,'i.ist. ttruitio or .t*gap


". ..e. uo, ., a b, ...- .tm. R........ .. ....... ttI fs,
was. soldru rlat-a l& nebto death big't
honor Butthis-Heavenal It .4 to
horrible. -
Pray.' uai.e, dogL. spawn-pray,

While I bouutr.,,,
With i whlalUe, the Spaniard called
hl bo2M froWi the shadows behind ... .
him .ad sprang to the saddle, oe end .
of the lariat fast about the pomipel. New York City.-SBhOrt coats are the
Th orse and the two men were o- favorites of the season for hnidaomea
ether now upon the narrow bridge. suits and promise' to still further In-
which creaked beneath their united ereasl their vogue. This MayMant.on
Weight, while the angry waters
foamed madly on a hundred feet be-
neath them.
The soldier's tongue clove to the roof
of his moulft. lie could not pray-
and Guadal-ape's kisses yet warm upon
his lips.
"In thitLy seconds we start!" hissed
Juan, drawing his lariat taut, and
gathering the relns in hbi nervous
hands. "Pray, poor tool, for In less
than a moment you die!"
The lieutenant heard him not. Three
words only rang in Ilis ears, "Yo te
am9191" -, '4
.A aloud drifted aeiss the face of
the moon; a shadow Crept by the
mQuoted Spanlard along the narrow
bridge, and paused close to where
Emerson lay. The murderer turned
in his saddle, .
"Come," he .hissed, hoarsely, "wve
must go!" and he stuck spurs to is a
horse.
But even at that moment the noonon BLOUse 'TroC.
reappeared, a steely gleam flashed one is peculiarly smart and included
across ihe l(ghtened Inriat, it parted, both it novel yoke collar and wide
and, risliig from the shadow by Ilh sleeves finished with flare cuffs anid
victim, stood Jacque Dumox, a lonig falls of lace. The noel Is mde of
knife gleaming ".i his hand. falls of ace. Thelt with treade of
With n yell of rage, the maddened mixed gray chevlot, with trends of
. Spanlard turned, and made as thougwith white cloth L.nd blue velvet to
he would have rldderi both soldier eanf give an exceedingly handisoe as well
peon down; but Dumox raised bhis wea It sa pnvel effect, bnt all sltiitg materi-
pon aid hurled it at theo advanch f ils are appropriate and trimming cant
steed iith deadly aim. be varied again and again. Brail of
The heavy steel hissed through the all sorts is In style and numberless
night air, and buried Itself to the hilt bnndlngs are shown. The flat neck
in the brown flank of the pluging ing specially desirable and the box pleat
anlihal. There came a single agon-ffect at te back, produced by the
ited, half-human scream, ringing with elongated yoke, Is as becoming rs It
t shudder through the silence about, Is ngew Inasmuch as it does away
and then, rearing madly, with one with the broad back apt to result front
blind spring, the horse and rider shot a plain blouse.
downward Into the black abyss be The Eton Is made with fronts and
neath-downward to headlong death back and Is fitted by means of hbonul-
below--and Los Mexon roared onl dter and underarm seams. Over It Is
4 0 arranged the yoke collar, which droops
Lieutenant Emerson and hi0 beau- over the should rs. and both neck nnd
liful bride moved to CalIfornia, nnd front edges are ffnidaled with a shaped
the old don lived with them. Hi. band overlaid with pointed tabs. The
New Mexico hacienda was sold, and belt is full and arranged ov(r the low-


A Late Design by MTy Manton.


-I -m^S


er edge, closing with the coat nt the
front. The sleeves are made lu one
piece each, are tucked above the wrists
and are held by the cuffs, the pointed
oands concealing the seams. .
The quantity of material required for
cae medluni s e Is four and one-half
yards twenty-one Inches wide, three
and seven-elght yards twenty.seven
inchIes wide. or two and ono-e.ghth
yards forty-four lunhes wide.


The adS or Lac.. '
The fad for gold lace is shown in
many of the trimmitulngs. A wide gold
ribbon ihan a hand lit the centre of
solid embroidery in pastel green. The
same with violet, hilue. red, etc., la
also shown. An elghtern-ineh imita-
ttqn crochet hice. for yokes, or other
trimming for waists, is ipset over Its
surface with open medallions worked
with colored silks, showy, but beauti..
ful. Bands to match arp to be had.
A kind of 8manlah lace flouncing Is
very effective, the white flounce being
appliqued apparently with large gar-
lands and knota of fine black lace. An
a matter or fact. the white and black
are woven together.


can be made double breasted with
plhilt sleeves substituted for the full
ones when desla'able.
The count is made with fronts and
backs nndi Is fitted l by ueatiq of aboul-
der, underarnm anti centre hack seams.
tL uindierarm sealus being left opeu
for a short llsanuce iat tha lower edge
to [provide flre. The cape Is circular
amd is rendered specialty graceful lby
the pleats which are stitched for a part
of their length only. The full sleeves
are made li one piece each. gathered
and held by the cuffs, but the plnIt
ones are made la regulation count style.
The quantity of material required
for the medium size Is four yards
twenty-seven Iunches wide, two and
seven-eighth yards forty-four Inches
Wide. or two annd one-half yards fifty-
two Inches wide when cnpe Is used;


*omethntag New In Amwes.
Pretty things In the way of aprons
ear to be seen In the ahIp Oue of o
them la made of wide maah ribbons in
pretty flower desgns, Joined by laser-
Hons of lace. abd with a lae edgingg
acroem the bottom to match. Thee ils
a little round bib. tr!-naned witk the
lace and wide ribbon to math the
eoler of tlie oersm is the ribbonn to
faaWeh around the wait. '
A Imsew a edsi Ttt a s MoeI eiI
= AA doiti af". well M1$* T *Wc tim It, T


RUSSIA'S UNDRtOROUND PRESS


A PRINTING SHOP TIHB POLICE
SPIES CAN'T DISCOVER.


For Five Years It Has Published the "Worker-s
Voice" Monthly -- Methods 'by Which the
Magazine Used to Be Got Out ...
Seizure of the First. Press.


*.- -_ 1,
polished by tlMo woman who nas deft
fingers. The garment should first
have a pattern truaed lightly on It
with a pencil, then t.ie worker may
proceed tq feather stitch with Itistre
floss or any of the wash silks.

Feminine Walstcoats.
Crossed Walstco; fronts of erninimt
represent a tnnvelty which Is winning
a good deal of favor a0 present. The
bodice is cut away to show the wnole
front, the fur bhling confined to tile
waistcoat alone, and It Is i point to
be noted that this particular style of
garment Is itn thie form of a complete
dress nd .lint a removiible count and
waistcoat. A dark bliie velvet gowni
with white spoisa was treated l In this
fasllon, tlhe sleeves being flnlished
will shlrred frils of batiste edged
with Valencileinnes.
Wa-hslinGl OIoves.
In the matter of small but inmport-
lint accessories of dr'es, tlie mew
washablle gl)vets arc cordilally in-

dorsed.

lhobhnir Shirt Wlallo,
Mohanir makes upil well in shirt
walsts. This m iterlnl lihas almostt tak-
en the place of Ilhe l intnel waist so
long a favorite.
Crepe Gowns.
Crepe gowins are cosildered 'r'S
simnrt for Indoor ptir oses when
trinimeil witls deep silk fringe.
Missions Mlltary Coat.
All things iiat suggest the military
are dear to tie girl's heart and certain
to tind favor In her sight. This smart
little count, designed by May Mantoi,n.
Includes a novel cape, that Is laid in
plents over the shoulders, and the se-
vere standing collar that Is character-
istle of thie style. As shown It is made
of military blue cheviot, with bands of
black braid anti gold bllitoUa, aind Is
single breasted with full sleeves. but
various cloaking materials are appro-
printe annd the cape caln be omitted in
favor of shoulder strips, and the coat
***


The enrlienter lind Illli outside cuts-
tom. andl tline nilghl ors hlid the liim-
pression that lie wol-ked at linome for a
furniture fmi'tory. Often they saw
pat-kagi carried out, and believing
them to le articles. of furniture the
netter canisd no comment. The real
busilne.s enrried on In the house was
descr'lbed to the writer by a member of
the Ilutul.
"Oince when 'I visited the house I
broughtI a package of lead type. The
package was quite large and heavy,
but no embarrassing attention was
ca used.
"I entered the shop with the car-
penter. whom I met at the station.
The first room was to outward ap-
pearnance an ordinary carpenter's
shop.
"The second room was well fur-
nished. In the centre was a file tea
table covered with a big cloth, on
which stood a lamp.
"In a corner of the room was a
closer. Of a printing shop there was
not the least Indlcation, yet the most
important part (f the plant was In
this room.
"The carpenter took tie lamp and
the cloth off the table, took bold of one
edge of the tible, and the pretty
painted board moved. Underneath
there was disclosed a large, shallow
box, and Ini this box were a number of
smaller boxes filled with type. Here
the type was set up.
"When any sound caused suspicion
the hoard was slid into place, the
cover put on. the lamp placed back
on tIme table amid all was as before.
"The grelt difficulty to mie was
where the printer kept the mass of
paper necessary. He took me to tIhe
closet, and touched springs here, set-
ting in motion hidden machinery.
Various compartments were disclosed,
In which there was ample room to
store paper and other things needed In
the Iprntlng of the Voice.
"The third room was dark. In this
room, there was a flat stone, upon
which the type was laid and the forms
locked and printed, proofs being al
that the Voice consisted of at that
time. All was very crude, but af-
feetive..
"Five hundred papers in an hour
have bien printed by hand. as the
printers were very exiet and had de-
vised an arrangement of rollers to rma
ti papet' -more rapidly over the ftce
of .the type. When a simiber of the
pep rs had been p-lnted members at
the Bund would come and C tq I

"There witsa never a WLted VaWer a1.
slowed to aay in the hboSe,. .f Uti*
polm ahoq lp opii to" iJ3 ', th e -a '
the tsts s oit
Wt" *. M4 A t p"e


"Mr. 1s to-have auy material and
any men that he deems proper at his
disposal until further notice."
"Take tha4," he said,'as be handed
the paper to the German, and broke
off the interview. "and if you make the
cranes go, I shall be much pleaseal."
A month later the chemist agali nob-
tained an audience with Mr. Carnegie.
"They are all working," he said.
To-daf the man Is living in Germany.
where he Is running a vineyard. tie
bought It with part of the $250.,00--
the cost of the cranes-that Mr. Car-
negie allotted him of the stock of the
Carnegle Steel Company.-New York
Times..... -
T61111-Te uvelopes.
An envelope has been designed that
mail thieves Annot tamper with un-
detected. There are two ways In
which ordinary' envelopes may be
opened-one by forcing the flap open
with a thin metal blade and the oth-
er by steaming the envelope until the
mucilage no longer holds the flap. In
either case It is difficult for even the
person towho.n the letter li addressed
to ascertain whether the envelope has
been opened unlless something has
been extracted. The Improved envel-
ope differs from the ordinary kind only
In having a sheet of tissue paper at-
tached to the flap and extending down
Inside the pocket. This sheet attaches
Itself to the surface of the envelope
with the qeallng of the letter, and It
sl obvious that any attempt -to force
the flap would tear the letter, and, In
spite of the utmost caution, the torn
tissue would be plainly aeen when
the envelope was opendB In the proper
way. To detect any subjection to the
steaming process the tissue la ecmured
to toe flap by a colored moellage.
which llqu flea instantly wbea brought
lnto the presea.c of hot steam, datub-
lag the inner af Douter tarfte of the
letter until It pliJlay Jidllctest the use
of Improper methods to ascertans the
contents.
A Lesgi Wmam.
Budd Doble.-th vetman rinsuasun,
u0et to attel fteitliliIy a loeer lit-
tie church ea the. e.taitt f Pt h-
deiphW. itla fried, w '1d1 ear"t from
him a great moiar fact about this
chureb. Oe oaliolay he slt
"At hlat the Masg af telt haS
hem 13t Ir a
a way that 0et4 uy coldM c nier"


'ifill


i


soMt REVOLUTIONARY Jew- chanigeand *as constantly improving
ish magazine of from the plant,. EWn In those days. ,if,,re
0 A 5 twenty-fouir to thirty the leacovery of the hand press the
4 .L-J pages Is published In Rus- Bund ras enMaged with the prolhiim
WIWT' ala every month, aind for of making a press that should work
the last five years the spies and de- without noise. It was at last mnniad
teel ves of the police have been search- but was not Installed in Babrolsk tIt
Ing in avin for time place of Its pubil- In another city, the secret of il],.ll
antlon. From thie anuie press come remains with the Bund."
many proclamations. lhandbills and Where the new issue of the Voi,-,. is
booklets of ma revolutionary character, published cannot be told. The last
which are spread broadcast through- number was a handsomely primlid
out the Cznr's dominions. magazine of twenty-six pages. Among
The members of tlie General Jewish the articles wair one dealing with ni1
Worllingmenu's lI.egue of Russia and late Luba Isantad, a woman lenadr of
1'olmid, who engage In the publication the Bund, who lived In New York. Th.
and the distribution of revolutionary paper Is of good quality, and thir,.
matter, are conslantilyt smuggling re- are many articles of general linterist
volullonary pamphlets across the fron- besides those devoted to the work of
tier. The tndvitiures which this bush- the revolutionary propaganda.--Sun.
iness itn contraband literature leads to
innd the many escapes the smugglers CARNECIE AND THE CHEMIST
have would furniilsh n great fund of
inaterial for romantic novelists, but for The Ittl'e Germa. irn de Iho (cran.,
time greater part titese stories will re- Wohrk msad Xrned a Fortune.
imnin untold. A few striking Inel- When electricity was first hiig inlit
dents of this underground journalism to commercial uses, the Carnegie St-il
may be related here. Company Invested in 'electric Iriavei.
To begin with there Is the secret press ing cranes to the extent of $25 of tlhe Buind, tile Jewish l"o:-kingmien's After the erauts had been dellverei
league referred to. As has been raid, and paid for, the discovery wits made
lipe printing of th. twenty-four page that they wouldn't work. As a r,,ult
monthly Jot.lrnal of the league, which the men who had talked Mr. Cairniegl
Is called the Worker's Voice, ha&.been i1to giving his approval to the imll-
kept up for five years, chase of the cranes sat up nights tr}.
This Is the second press of the Bund. Ing to find a way to make them travel.
tihe first one having been discovered and cieldentally wondering wlint
by time police and destroyed five years would happen to then If they dild not
ngo. The bundlits who were working discover the way.
on the paper at thliat timne- were all While these ientenants were tlhus
anTested, but ten dnys later the occupied, a little, unostentatious chCinL.
%Vorker's Voice, better printed Ihtu be- ist lit the Edgar Thomson works, tvho
fore anid full of new life, caiue out had recently come over from Uerniiynv
[tiati. spent his spare time in making a srt
The inen who were arrested were all of plans for some sort of inechanlcal
sent tori varying terins to Siberia, but construction. When be had tillahiid.
the limind soon tilled their places. To he rolled up his work, placed it uinider
show the enterprise of the Buntd. it his arm, went to Mr. Garnegle's Plust
may be sail thllnat tlie press on which burg office and sought admisslon. In
the new tissue of tihe magazine was the course of 'time he got to his cn-
printed was a new one, the printing player.
inaterial was all new. and all had "Mr. Citrnegle," he said. after lie had
been obtained within ten days after Introduced himself. "I can make the
tlie confls-allon of the first press, electric cranes go."
The Voice nas produced by the first Mr. Carnegie looked at his vislior
press was a very rule rffatr. the In astonishment.
copies being proof slips taken from "You make them go!" lie said. iln-
tlie, galhlys, but the copies of the new credulously. "Do you know thmt the
issue that found tlliir way Into the best electrical experts in Amerlca can't
hands of tIlse government officials were mako them go?"
neatly printed. Since then the Bund "I do,", was the reply, "but I ena
lins set upl other presses, make them gg'Just the same.'"
Wlirre are hIese jiresses located? "Tell me how." said Mr. Carnegie.
Hlow Is tihe bulky inaterial handled? Impressed by his employee's earnest-
liow In it that no sounds are heard by ness.
pt ople living near tlie printing shops? With that the little chenmit, wiio had
'lheipr dloe-s tie i iper conic from? not been given credit for knowing anvy-
Ilow I- It brought Into thlie country? thing beyond the range of hisl mortar
Stun-h are timw, questions which for the and tubes, unfolded his blue print
past fiv'e y.er. hlA:tve puzzled thebo ov- plans and started to explain hlil
ernnin.nt oll'lhas. scheme. Before he got fairly -ell
Liglmt will li thliown upon these mat- started It was evident to Mr. Carnegio,
t-rs by iln eiicoiunt ,of how the Voice poor mechanic that lie Is. that the (;er.
vits gnt oiut lay the nien In charge of man had lilt upon the one Idea that
lie ti'st Ire-4.. The printing place was g irtld make the cranes go. lie turned
li ltie city of anhrolmik. lii tlie Jewish to his desk. and while the man at hisl
ittarter there was n ainrried carpen- elbow kept up his struggle with tfli
tlr. hInl the PLt.Pe hie was another Ernglish language, heo wrote out the or-
lt'-lsh fit Imtlly. tier:


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t' 1TE TWIOR-A.WRa K TAR. aAAINllaVLLE Il


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'Sanguinary Conflict Takes

Plae on Korean Soil.



ANOTHER BOAT BLOWN UP


Submasiwne Mine, Accldentally Struck
at Port Arthur, Does Disastrous
Work--Casualtloe of Land Bat-
tie l pt Made Known.

The London Times reports a bloody
battle near AnJu. No details are giv-
en. The Japanese now hold Anju.
The Chronicle reports that a Japwn-
ese reconnoItering party of 200 In the
Pingi Yang road ambushed 300 Rus-
slans. The Russians suffered heavily.
There are no details.

Russians Lose Another Vessel.
Another RuIslan war vessel and
crew have been hurled to destruction
by a mine at Port Arthur. says an As
soclated Press dispatch from Che fron
Wednesday as the torpedo beoa daa
stroyer Skorrl was entering the harbor,
she struck an unplaced min.. An ex
ploslon followed Instantly and tlhe
boat was literally blown o pt lces. The
boat carried a crew of 39 men of
whom only four escaped, and they
were badly wounded. The men who
lost their lives were literally torn to
pieces. It Is said that the harbor la
full of floating mines which have been
displaced by the r-peated attacks of
the Japanese, and that Russlan war
ships are .forced to move with the
greatest caution to avoiil being de-
stroyed.

Russianr Headquarters Selected.
A St. Petersburg speclai says: The
first headquarters of the 3Manchurlan
army after General Kuropatkin's ar
rival will bo at Llao Yang. The gen-
eral selected that point Instead of
Mukden from whence to direct ilie op
eratbila. Linao-Yang is ten miles west
of the rallread, be ng conneeled with
the main roat: w'.h a special line.
which will be completed by tho lime
General Kuropatkin arrives. It inas
many ailvantages over Mukilen, boeing
a point whence both inn telegraph
line and the Pekin road go to the Yalui
river.
Whlle the Russ'ans are rnuillllzing
for the put rpoe of working out an
offensive mllllary problem, they will
be prepared to move heavy forces In
any direction to moet the Japannso.
whose command of the sc. given them
great freedom In arle-ting the r points
of attack. If the Japanr-se land In
force on the coast of northern Kor'"-
General Kuropntkin will move hlfa
quarters farth-'r north, atong the rail
road. If there la fighilng along the
Yalu, which now seams proliable. hr
win go forward to Feng flian Chenmg..
Great preparallons are lhelig rtkern
to guard, against stirpriKns Thie Jap
anese always have shown a pr'ft-r'nce
for night attacks. nnd i uist rigorrints
ordors have been Ipcstd to Ieflp iap a
contlinuotus advance of snrit ng parti *'
and to have heavy pliri. oelt at
night. General Kutiropat Kin Is now
near Omsk, SIberia. HIfe is niakLn
fast time, averaging caier F532 mil-I
per day, everytlalng bA?lni sll' m-rack 'd
to get him no MikdonI by March 24.
Iho only stops. eucepl to (hnng,, din
ginea, b3'ng orcaslonally in Inspe-'
passing troop trains.

THE FEAR OF ARSORPTION

Leads South American Republics to
,Form a Defensive Alliance.
A dispatch from New Orltann to
The Chicago Tribune says:
According to mall advices Just re-
solved an alliance has been formed by
Brazil, Ecuador. argentlna. Chlit and
Bolivia, to puard against absorption by
the tsited States.
The blelfef It lIs declared, preva sla
ltr.ughout Brasll and Argentina, Ihet
In the event of a revolution In ethi.r
republic, President Roosevelt will tn-
tervene and recognIshethe revolulon-
tats, thus paving the way for annexa-
tloes.

FOR UNIFORM INSURANCE RATES.

Report thaet All Fire companies Have
Agreed to Combination.
It In reported that the tiational
board of fire Insurance underwriters.
at S meeting held In New York Wed-
nesday, came to an agreement with a
committee of twenty representing in-
euramoe companies by which all Sifo
Insurance companies in tslas country


and all foreignn companies represented
here will form a combination. Uniform
rates are to be ixed for the same
class of risks in all cities.

TO PREPARE MUSTER ROLLS.

Appinltment Is Made to Newly Created
t Offloee In Virginia.
Major Robert W. Hunter, of Win.
eheter, Vi., has been named by the
pversOt- as secretary of Virginti mill-
tary roirds, a newly created office
olh e u it r Me sppolntee will be ta
i e ft. r yprneertto. In pmnuuaent

ow le tI Use war


O *STA ONONOLD TAKEN.

Wflrb S In Phlilppines Atteeked
51 if Reb!1e.

aft dated MaMUSa.
w!ifw" a Wiii. awe alusau
as ii WOsl ra

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" Cream of News.

I ll it tI # I I n in l N,;aOuit.1 I

Brief Summary of Most
Im rportnt vents
of Each Day.


-The court house fight wle ended
In Worth county, (a.. Wednesday,
when the proposition to move the
county site from lIabella to Sylvestor
was carried by a vote of 2,126 to 420.
-Colonel L. W. (t.ackenboas, of the
Third Mlsstaalppi regiment of Infantry,
who has aItracted much attention by
hisa refusal to resign, pending charged
of embezalement, has finally tendero-l
his comnmisalon to Governor Varda-
man.
-Owing to trouble with employees
In Lhe open hearth department, the
steel mill at Ensl-y, Ala, Is closed
ilown The manage-neont Isn taking ad
vaniage tf ihe shill diIlun to make
nei'dod t.upair
-Before t he senalit, Caninllleo Wed-
nsuda:-. Senalur lIh rich Introduced
witners--a who swoi,- that, so far as
they know. ihe .usnir hbadil never tried
to sell Nclbraska postinasie-rships
-In tmie lmitite 'Wedtnesday, .'>r.
Sriglit, of MNlsa9billppl, speaking on
thae raco (ilas lion, .tInlil italtec he HnulIb
from the charge of barbarl.sm In Its
Itreatcmnt of lieo negroes
-- lfon' a thoune cominiltoeei. rof'a
sora [lurr. tipalIng of the Palnnima
canal. denied lhat I.000i) men hail died
for every m II' tar ite wurk so far
completed.
-Thirty Riussianu students, severrni
of them women, have been ordered fr,
leave Germitan, for protesting against
the government permllltting Itullssia
police spies to watch Russian rest-
dlents In 0crmany.
-AL Budapest, the palaces of Em-
peror Francis Joseph ana the Arch-
duchess Clothlede were stoned We i
nesday because the buildings were no'
decorated In honor of the anniversary
of Ihe revolution of 1848.
-Henry Morgan, who, with Sidney
Harrell. In charged with attempting to
burn the town of Preston, Ga.. says
they intended to burn the court hiousa
and churches.
--Judge Emory Speer In a eleclsion
in peonage cases differs with Judge W
T. Newman who has ruled In similar
cases.
-The M'aselsslppi house voted to
sustain Governor Vardaman's veto of
the bill making an appropriation for
the Holly Srifngs begro normal school
-The hoieso committee on terrilo "
rien is considering the statehood pro.i-
lem. It is probable that a bill will
be framed for the admils'ont of Arl-
zona and New Mexico and Oklahoma
and Indian Territory as two states.
-In the house Tuesday, Congress"
man Criggs, cf Georgia. caused a
sharp deb'.le! by attacking the recent
rlaslow report which implicates con
gr's.smen In violation of the postal
lawn
-The hliniso committee on military
aflalri. has agrood on four altes for
pernauiaentt military ramp grounds.
Tin tihounandl a r', are to lie added ;o
lth (.'hickamanni Park.
--nlslinl) Perrick of the A M. E
chulrrh In a erni nt at New York, ad-
vo-','atl the- i' removnil of thol i nigroea Io
AfrIcn
lefotil ing King 1e.i opold In thrl
suilt taroetghli aiInst liin bty h's datagh-
ler. iho te (,'Coiiies .oigay. Maltrer ie-
Eitit dtesirrlhicdl atht' <.itn sie as more
tmplaoalli than the dAressmakers.
-In th'e British house of commons
Tuesday wlremer tBalfour was beaten
on a vote, on the Irish oiltucatlnal ea.
inmates. Mr. lJaifour. however, refus-
pd in resign. saylng It was a snap vote.
-The officials of the Amerbcan em-
bassy are taking all precautions to
Insg re the prolectloin of hoe United
States when the payment of $400000.-
000 for the canal property In maiTl.
-A great at nalie of Jesus Chrilt hafas
been dedicated on the boundary line
of Chile and Argen lena.
-M. WItte. the former Russman
m!ei'aser of France, denounces as In-
famous InventIons the rumors tbat
Coupt Lamedorff Is to be replaced as
minister of foreign affaIrs
-Telegraph operators who handle
Southern Express matter at stations
along the r'orfolk arid Western railway
go on strike because express people
decline to sign a scale.
-Colonel Quaclaenbosa, the com-
manding officer of the Third Miaal-
aippi regiment, who la on trial for em-
betzlement went to Jackson, Sunday,
and announced to Governor Vardaman
tbat he baa no Intention of rea'gnlng.
-Former Unlted States Senator
Rawllns. of Utait, telegraphs Chair-
man Burrows, of the bmoot tnvestiga-
tion committee, that the statement of
Judge I-tles that he (Rawlnas) was a
member of tbe Mormotl church is uu-
guallfledly false.


-Senator Ttllman. of South Caro-
lina, who bis had aer:ous trouble the
past week with hia throat. In Wash-
ington. Is reported to be much better.
-Senators will continue their dis-
cussion of General Wood's prollltion.
They hope to conclude conslderston of
the case within the week.
-Fr.m at Preston, Webster county.
Os,. aSnday. practically wiped ouL the
busl sis portion of the town. LOS.
*118,0001 o lasurance.

GAMBLINFOAME KLASORATID.

Membems f atI Amuse ThemaselVe
i arpI Jpl AlAL
WI* kthe JWO a for ptintsl
Isl .al, a piase wlb gaumC eM.*
splemeps t 0 she e"ates esM the
tiM 4U GeqegaP Wood to be

vanns Sawa -ass 0 1M1- Lq -d
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DEFENDS THE SOUTH I TAFTALKS OF ROADS. PENSION DOOR AJAR
------ dSecretary of War -'Tlls Senate Corn- --
hA ttee of Prospects of Railways
A Foathre of the Racq Proh- In the Philippines. Most Important Ruling Made
lem Aired in House. ,-Secrtary f War Taft ap ceased b by Commissioner Ware.
lore the house itiular counmittee at

PLAIN TALK BY SPIGHT ",ewsre,'arglig ts the lin rai. OF WIDESPREAD IMPORT
ways In the Thirippine. -


Mississippi Congresasman Compareas
Lynchlngs in This Section and
Those at the North In Plain
and Unvarnished Terms.


Americans took iipossenslon of the iai.
land there was ono rallroai on the
Land cif i.dzeon I t lulles In length.
Thin road was built tn t aIn mort ubstan;


A Washington special says In Onio IaIl manitetr will larKe stallons and


house Wednesday during the discus-
slon "of tho pustoMfee appropriation
bill, Mr. Spight, of Mississippi discust- .
ed the negro question. 11v sahl li ta -l>
aired to vindicate the soitll from thle
c-arge of lirbarisma. lin the south. .ao
sail, the negro had LIetn tIc'ltletd the
right to vote and to hold of not the right ta work forr an lonest
living as had been done in Iho north-
ern states.
"Wea sometimes kill thlitn for outi
rageousa rimes." he said, "bni nev'or
because they want to work '
As for lynlchintgs., hI' aid. tsome-
times they have uiinnecessarily orcur
red In the south. Iel referred leto ite
Wilmington, Del., lynching lasi year,
and to tho subiiequent attacks on tiho
negro settlement. This never occur.
red In the south. ho said.
"When the guillty wrich lhas I1:1
the penally of his awful crimni. lthi
sl an end of It," lhe c(onilnui.l; "ith
mob la sallnfleil andl dies not wre vl
Indiscriminate vengeance npoun the in.
nocent because they bctlong to tihe
samo race as the criminal."
lie said that unlike the people of
the north, the people of the nsottn
"don't go out w.th a torchl In am haiint
and a gun In the other, and, pointing
the gun at dcfensolsaa women anil
children, shoot them as they flen for
lheir lives."
Ilo said this had occurred in Now
York city In 1900 and ho referred, t.o a
number of lynchlngs which had occur.
red in the north. Including thuse at
Danvillt, 11ls., and Spr'langeld. Ohio.
and sald 'stich tare prejudice finds no
place In southern hearts."
"So far as I annm cncernod," lsali
Mr. Splght. "I antm opposed to nmob vio-
lnuce as a general piropustilun I not think that lynhlilngs fio, r aniy other
crime than the nameless one agaluinl
womanhood ought ever to occur. In
all others tho wouris of the country
are ample and tneit ritlly, wilh Ii ?.
swift to puulah.
"But In the one class of cr enos nso
brutal and dostrnucllvo of all that is
dear to an enlightened people, no one
with a spark of manhood In him can
doubt that instant death to the porpio
Irator should follow upon the ascor-
tainment of the guilty facts.
Washington and Roosevelt.
Mr. Splght spoko of the attempt of
certauir white persons to put the negro
on a social equality with themnelvoni.
and referring to (he occasion whui
Booker Washington dined at. tho whlte
house with President Roosevelt, saild
that "this one Incident had done more
to inflame- the pasRlona of Ihe nngro
anl give him a perverted Idea of ialt
Importance and his near approach to
social equality than anything that halt had
been done for the last ten years lie
said Booker Washington had Sat down
to dinner with the president "as gra-
ciously as If hoe had been'lhe governor
of New York." He was. he continued.
sorry that Booker.'Washington did not
have more sense and self respect than
to acceiAt the Invitatton. It would have
been Infinitely more to his credit had
he declined. "The more the negrods
are put on a social equality," he vig-
orously auserled, "the more dangerous
becomes their position and the surer
death by violence will overtake (hem
sooner or later."
Mr. Splgbt referred to the arrest In
Indlanola, oilies, of white agents of a
Cincinnati picture company, who were
selling the negroes Indecent pictures.
In his opinion, the agents should have
been lynched.

H. CLAY EVANS SUSTAINED.

DIsbarred Pensieon Attorney Loese Case
Before Court in Washington.
At Washington Wednesday, Cbl f
Juslce Chlabaugb sustained tbe do
murrer of Former Commlsaslner of
Pensions H. Clay Bvans, now consiul
general to areat Britain, to the amen '
edl declaration Sled by Henry D. Phil
lips, In connection wIth the latter
sult for 110.000 damages against Mr.
Evans. Ph'lllps complained tbst Kv-
ens, as comrlsslioner, bad disbarred
Phillips and advlIed the latter's cllenta
of the disbarment.

SIX HUNDRED CARS SURN.

leni of Traction Censpsny at Chieago
Reduced to Ashes.
The car btiss of Ihe Chicago Union
Traction Company. at Blue Ilalsid ave-'
nue sad L-eatt streets, were destroy-
ed by Ere Monday. About (00 summer
cars. stered Is the bhlldlE9., were born-

Groane electrle wires sueeed the
blast


FOR *SAT OF CROFrT


ilaoles:i apparatus The Spaiiil Ogtv
e-rnn tait giiarantteJ % li'ri cent ont .ill
iivnestinl of $5 Oo.ieco it Iho t eroald.
.he. lnstnrgk entel dri tt y3tiid IiA'itlge's ,
tend rolling tlock TItoe oainia n haa
fiedt a claint for tlea gBlltrantlo oi I S
ptir ~-c.t. lutll la iv lalidty lins not Ihoun
ror 0onilzeId.
The c-unInilnslin t a 1 ngrtnit-,ilw aI
r'sanc-hlsms. OIIt for :t mihnlle in rrom i n
pioLnIl Jiist north lit f Man nll n 1i llI i t
tnoirihwfi- Rd a i on ofa 7I niles from
lantla to Ithe foothillla to tiht e amwar.)
Secreltary Taft Pali Screlary Rioot
had coniaiiltiad Sir- Willinat V'ai
lolrne., of lthe natiilhn Iarifl-. who
Is hultllntin rtllrondt Itn i t' hla. ias t1i
set i nirlng Ante'rlctHt calili l Ifor I'lillip
pine rii.rondata Mr. Van hlirno ciel -
eimi d two en I giln letite t IIiin a elt etlg
final Inve. i ng ion t l l i and ., II, it'Ilii of
ilile wora Secrertary Taftfl :iIhlinllitedI Io Ihe o(li-(e
mitlet, A i iunk Ilinte ivs .tigiKgeatns In
the norti of r lthle Itandl of .rint nndl
alsn a Ino Iln l e ti solithern l i'l i
Secretary) Taft snl lift hndl aillk at
to Ihe pr-4slailet lat the Einglile coint
pany and b'lle, van It i11 I 'l'l ctei It
desired, howovIr. tvr n h nl Iln 1 certain
London bankingK hoiint Thi trie sotc-
retary objected to.
The projected road I I the so th ofi
Ihe island., S ocrelary Tail liellived,
would pay from thli lmginninglat Tihe
total millengce at'1eidadl, hne Hail. weaoultl
be between even and o!glit hiindro.l
mllei nnd 2 a$2,0r.ft or)0 it $a.il,00tti
would co.%-)i Iho lli ial (cusl. A 4 Por
cent liurdin oln thet PhllllIplnaai'tIeasiry
on thils Inuveas iment wouli el i about
$17,000.u00(. and I lo aecrotary bollived
that It couil.I l e inpul w/tholt hiard-
ship.

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE DEAD.

Was Cousin of Late Queen Victoria
and Prominent in Military Affairs.
An Assocatnld I'li'-n Illsiatelih front
iL)ndon says: Thri w iakoe nif (Cam-
bridge died at 10(i.3., eeloi i' Thltrsdtay
morning
Ho was at cuiisin o ho late' Queen
Victoria, and wais born March 26, 1819.
The duke dled ploneceflly at (lloIcesl ir
house, his Georglan residence, In Park
lane.
The king and queen went Io (Wlou-
cester hotinO Thirflilay afternoon 'to
offer their preisonal condiolenei-ai.
It Ia not igeliilrally kpown tof the
presi-tI pin, gniral lon that hli duke's
wife was af lnir'itique nacrel-as anti
dancer nameel Farrelrother. S the wan
vory well known In 18t I or ihelre-
allonts and madel na greals sicanillon tit
llnaying Jiin ltirleltqu'; n imo l .yrpiina
lhealI-,i. mRhn W itil in intIal Ntoltlier
the per-'rgnnn iiir oaihr refeorencio hliiols
inentioni her nimarriiag wiclh i'a-s ntI t
,1a-noginlzed hley Q.,i c n V ltle-toIla
The renki' of 'eiuanilrldhgl iti iIstOnld
to havi n v.-a nalilhy ()it Ih- i leniarh
of his fat hr linrllnni rit gat i h
Itiek an allowan'a -e of 10.fi(ln poitn.i-
5131f.0000) per aainitni AicH ommnnal-er
In ch ief tho of $22f,`00 iic lil 1h 87. anid iht ri-aftor
a33.140 yearly As sniloiel-In-c.hlef of
the Grenadier (eiiardl Iho iltlso 1o-
celved $11.000 in.l or ar. while teiater-
otia olthir erappo'nftn i.in lirutght him
In good reveninps.
United States Ambalsador Chboateo.
the other nmltasBaflorn and ministers
and many peers and members of Iho
house of commons -a.lell at Gioucester
house In the coursno of khe afternoon.
Colombia and the Canal.
The argumenlts if Colonmbisa galnel
the Panama Canal Company wore r,-
mimed at Parin l Thnrday. Afifter ex
tended argument the case went over
to March 23.


MANGLED IN EXPLOSION.

Deadly Accident In Toy Platol Cap
Factory In Chicago.
Thrre porsnns. .wo or them being
hboys, were killed and eight other emr
ploycen worn Injured Tuesdoay by an
explosion of toy plistl caps. which
completely de-moTshed the two-story
tirirk manufacturing plant of (ho Chibl
cagn Toy Novelty Company. The
wrecked building caught fire and the
tbodles of the dead were o badly
burned and mangled that it was ImpOs
sllele to recognfzno hemn except by
remnants of clothing.

QUACKENBOS FORCED OUT.

Mississippi OWler, Under Emberzle-
ment Charge, Hlas Reeigned.
Governor Vardaman and Adjutant
General bridge have succeeded in their
endeavor to force the resignatlo oel
Colonel L. W, QtlackeUbaom, of Vicks-
burg. as eommanuder of the Third regi-
miat of MssIWsippi National Ouards.
who isla under trial at Vicksburg on sbe
charge of embeaaisa about T,000
from the leurlees Brokerags Company.


----" AUNT HIrTT- lUVe MAMNSII.
Elec- .ies-et Governor Tsllnman, of
*ewi* Oarelilna, Enton Rae. RIehlest Weman n Amerop Jein*e 1 MPI
i-1 naStesaet Governor James H i ionire Colony In New Verk.
Tillma, wleatly 'acauilted of murder Mrs. leUty Greae, Aairlks'se richeAt
for tie illha. .t N noe aM.. an Joilad Ia mUoth tUsaJro col-
sales, of Cats0Wa,. ,. saa00NeCs ofl tL New YTrk cfty b p Oebeselagt
his OanddIal or le"- lot aSt I a oan ats aFiet se. vl, haiM for
gensew so Ja* AB*ss CObrWe. H# c.rseb eafa a. t
wit sean ar the -" a hr e L .I, tt ONot,4
it W Vel& 1*how


April 13th Next to All Fedrfll
Claimants Beyond 62
Years of Age. ,

Coiunniissloner of Pensions Wiae,
Sih the l approval of Secretary of the
Li'rieicur Iillchcoak. promulgated trea
iaio.lt Inltiiatant pension ruling Wed-
ite'-lny that has Il.e'n lasuedl an a long
t Illma
HI illre'n that beginning April 13
ietxt. Ir Ih'rl Isa nu corary evlilulnce
unt il il t ltor't ial requirements have
tli' 1 i iatI tlainanaia for ponsion. under
theo g'illic nl a ct of Jillni 27, 1i90. whln
ar' o\,,r 621 years old. shall be consul
4nr,-. as illaisnllted one-half 'u ability :.
plorlorni manual labor and shall Ian
onfltleod to ntl a month; 065 years Ie ih
ovir 68 to years to $10,. and over 'i
e'ar lito $12, the usuanl allowances a
higher rates conttuilng for disablll
le-i onthir than age. This order wil
11nt h-. reiractive.
('tonieiil.shnlien Ware, juast before
IitlaiK Iuir a Irlip south for his heallll
.-ilel te li iiide-r would save both the
old tle]llrsun anid theo government I
gKIolo ,l.il nof inoitsy and timnoe. lie salad
li .qs blintil on the Mexican war lien
-alon log 'aloaln iof 1887, approved bI
I'r'r'hlleni 'Cleveland. which placed ml
it-., MAxlt'in war veterans on (the pen
aiIn roll thirty alin years after the
clhso of that war.
"It would seem tha If thirty-nin
years after ltli expiration of service
Mexl-an war soldier was entitled In
a p hnalon at (12 years, and no other
iqu slit'o for drawing a pension should
exist e'xcelt ngo. tliat to) soldiers ot tlh
civil war, who fought vaally more anr
Ioingelr oa leasl, as good a rule oung1
to apply.
"Tl'o order told not have been Il
muedl earlier because II sl only no
that th thirty-nine years.fixed by th1
congreeslonal limit has been reached
The chvil war ended April 13, 1861
Iionro thlie th'ry-ninto years would ex
litre l on hli 131h of next month."
Mr Waroe ald th order would sav
tlio government at least $300,000
year IIn wai not able to say whl
c(xlInIIse ahio bill would entail In ti
nhalniti a d litinal I ) agents.
"Thien <'le enf"Tfe which It will .ati
inen lihe mnetceaslly for further appr-
|lria iloIn -aitnin lie toldd" said M
Ware '"It will. without duubth, I
crease the payments to some oxteli
hiiti no one is able to flx (he amiiun
The blreael has nnt considered la ai
the proper element of conalderaflot
I do not ililnk, however, thilt the it
croeared expnsaip In the long run wl
le aery ntll ocable, becatime the deal
rate Is nlso to be considered,. and thotrt
I also o in le considered the fact thb
the oinR to whom we give thebo pens'o
wlihntil proof ollior than tneir age
wvoild have proven Ithomselves anyho'
imutlr formerr rfreimstanscea as ent
Ilil eIl ili' pension lby reason of their
icllnluthllhlle "

RUSSIANS CROtS YALU RIVER.

Such Report tomes from Yin Wow and
Is Given Crsdence.
An Asaaitlaledl 'roms illapatch front
YIn Kow nmay: The only reliable re
liorlin at thy present moment from thi
mnalui Man.llairlan clelien show s aile
moverneint along the railway, and sucl
cities as Mnikdrn. which is off thli
main line. are undisturbed. The pets
plo here aro not In iosaession of der
Inlte news o thbo outside events.
Tho chief movement on the Fbong
Huang C"Teng military road Is the dis
patch of riders to and from the Ru.
Plan advance forcum.
A credible native arrived here to
day bringing a report as late as March
12(h from ing Huang Cheng to the
effect tiat the main body of the con
centrated forcoa had crossed lbe
Yalu. leaving small bodies of troops
at Antung and other points to gus.'d
the river. -


STRIKE CLOSES EXPRESS OFFICE

Telegraph Operators on Nortelk and
Western Quit Their Jobs.
As the result of a strike of the
telegraph operators wtie have been
handling express matter at the small
towns along the lines of the Norfolk
Lad Western railway 325 Southern ax-
press offices were closed at noon Sat-
urday. The express company o1tiale
refused to grant tho demands, of tba
operators for inoreasedl lommlsslonl
and the order of Rallyay Teleraphben
ordered the strike. It Is salf that is-
dependent press eoflee will be open-
ed at lany of the towns aMffeted by
the strike.

SUMMERS LOSES HiS JOB.

Dietrlih Affair Proves leemerang to
Nebaka Distret Attrmmey.
A 'Wabhltinin dispatch says: As a
result of t1ae lquilry Lato te barges
agalst aSeatoe Dietrlb, of aNet Mrsk
WitlieKoo L sSumer, Ulimted tatos
dsltit ettrifte. f MIebreski, 'will be
reftord froma doee. Nees"Ot Roose-
velt bag gIves Snetee tat he would
taste suec sette salust Mr. summers

VOT r AAAINOT STRIK.L

'Leere Minors of NMie tate .ast
*llMeo toht 8$**e
atuoaal ee rs of -he Unlited MIe
Woeters gl Amalries y th F t Ieu
or tie y W a reelt11e*e -lIp
4 d4 O U
0 u B
*s.f&eat r -


LLa aL.a'S:*A.
............


els terprir e, w which ia incr eas by tlip .. ...
e tr o tNo time Is required to ellp and -
raiser. Never to ihy ous eaknowledgie o Ituer nrot'dtea hirny-
during all the Imany yearsie nf ixs e. In s re In hto wda
iltence has rny ailtrseger ;cutsaenl tite -b leisuredis rauottsd ain
ball o t athe teo of the Iroo btse rp hook caq be
The plaes Il elrdged In by barriers en the urplnse. ..
all sides., high ences, with lcrleens,. Ni lt '' '
bolts., hlka and many qiunfat Idevicr to Tioersi exlit In pa Parr I a famusiloe p
frighten away all urlous would-be dJa- tesa.,r. "''ere Title, wb o d r
coffernrs of its secret. hlumun llls own wor4 t, Is an "eltg iili "e l
or the accominmiodatinit of the tros. upon niual;l llMB' He lives i thi
Mr. Combs hess lisa ree- pridlds out forty (arevehle iairter. a klindta of 'e '
feet in eieitlli. Iweny feet In wllth. nmtieent Slltrt 4 ltal he b exhilbis tir
lnd from three to five feet lI depth., lefar i*, w hh sib gr"wal 4f c-
ThIre n i also acreof sandyo orw. a" at Me l
portion of tiaade n snrm,'and s tglt u. l SlLW to lMmbet. 7l;: Pai
aowth of mLiXe wild hrubmbbery pro liSt, It IS ate tet wi
oidd for them. bla this weythey l iar. w bhe elt of'
siany ofe Ibm ondltilons they would a,* : ti Chrlemaga
Joy in a wild state et they have sl&i, lUisXIV <

a ay sh tUbanks I he h aibef i &t a!M
Mled witli hidrd of tl ofs fsn sage, ;




a betra be ftfS AHft,


tirs At ighthSBa tf ao"'
to 0. Whn Ii i aa m

a oer ile ,itN
u ls mat. inel -v e' 4



a M '


a mi,


Thr, socretfiry eaw that wht-ii the Treanury Will be Thrown Open A6fter


t *if 1 wil'"lU .IIwmIntot tle watter
RA 5II'OQI- Q l-at conaiiudlng croak of itavs
RIMSIIPQ rixO J adllt. 19o1e are jgluttons, grabbinIg .
rIthe food ad slhovig the 'eaker o1
rOR f tRK 1T naldo Isl order to get tgh A ilAll -
Several out of a lhmdrn red i
N tUSlll.J enly humorous quanlltla. a
n Judustdry dined to play practical Jokes.1w
A .ustry Which P a S an a partular slepy or
clso Plan *SfleO Year-How He looking counts.
Camue to Take Up tlhe IndusirY-w- At tie first suggestion tf co l
Manner In Which lthe Frogs Are er ithe frogs dive do the *oflalp Raised and Prepared Per the Table. at the bottom of the pond# .ul .-
and there they remanl unti0 t
S...' of the slin pni'niaorte throiig..L
SAI .SIN; frogs for Ill nainr- frotn tine steverul wild Innes
ket iii. a ii tlious litlndustry slihrib which Mr. Combs keeps I.l
"Il wltl -It ai ait in Moiuthl found wecret, the frogs are dally I ,
Mn i Ir. 1 ii l l,l4i I' it reelzllnie portion of chopped raw liver. br
iun lit'tiir .Ir t.!iini it y)enr. c -ilnba. water cressa, aid the ch .0.
.A i...,Itl,, d saur-c- ly i.-.lIei it pitos- leaves of other green dom tietl*et.
t slile italles I ln' 'iin l t ie' l i itlg l Itgl tile- s. To catch 11 large order oft
Srintele prdl- r book. lit ItI I. i.tie'll,- .I Il U few miittIaitle,. the atopp ilt I a
I .as i i fnll. Thilse p >rtllt.i'eti fiog -niil.il t nek tire lililln ., thle water drI>lned .
1i- owait-l tl tl rottnlaLtetI d II y .. iti tel li'e lie the' lgale within y1, l
Cittnlis, whoi for ltihaIn y3i-ars It:aS 'ati erittit f tt mf ( i t. l.1ni-ge stipmelplO ts 41 'S
1 \i lt l e ia ilitall fI or illee aiILlh. 'ttltl itii..l Itan 1 -1 t ne'S neitcn illy proay vided' l ..
tlit|tlen iit t. ial iI.trli.ly III lht 'i'St, hillt', ll' t I)iri >a1 -1 .
i, l. n ii il- 1 t | i d allel d i eia reele.t ltli. The i l iei l in n Iean inetrtallinedr $tii
rit :tnilts fl .It. hlr In mileot Inpe tliii'e n.c a yt int nteleps n ii % t beel intde towId ,ofNAt
ir i, 11 l ie u t. lll." il it J lt.i 1 t .< ill'lqAi 1 i1.1n Ieileli cin "t. of c-ninilnia lhe leie t.tO .t .
ire' si 1 >1.,tI t t it 1 il-'1gre- alla-y eit- ll ll (' ll1il ie1 c1.1 li. I n Co ittrles w WS 9 ."
ittni itil ltl..i,.t at. itli hlitly a >r-f r.t ti Tli, f '-sli nl li.la t'ii art' lniloa-ali ble. ev- "-
i tIIN',i i' ej tliti ii 'rlu1 1 kIi llt Il Itr ile l eiiii leit> nll ll ia1'ia iN? 'lh1it1it Ie lIe ct. W e t
1 1ii11 liIlil |"> i111iir 1liind ilo i iql I 1 e w ri.ntilllln ste11lll it b(I oth W enL,
e tttaintlti it Im miat r itee rera l fitna cii ist%%- ric umetm ealndmn'ec tm i e broth. andi
* in i III.-l 1i. lilt.,. rt te' Tii'e fono tfl,. I .,.a thi Iiisi i il r te' fro-g. for Invalld
S I` n Iia liii|irl11 t i l n111 dll li,'I.I lt \ii ii I n pl.i I r t it l. Illll llte mi ret l chulchkdtin.
it tll.*v t- Ici a i\llil snitile i,,ai Ie' f riteonitl i ll te lenlhr \i l titr l 'ir tth iotIin teiam aiore nutrl. .' '
lI Ur tlfr3 i IIII \Wht t h aIlh ilit icue o tliceiti'l' it i t1it' l Ihalln i y i thn ir fle ilh l it equa l
III li c'aciili c, f klli *-. Imlia- ;ti% n'rt'tu .n-- ittnilutata 'i'ln- fltiv'or of tIle do testli c
oe lin'le t t r n t i f i ti ih nil in bpe Ii- rano vll riccNI lit lile kg' e witl tiny do-
h co iem tll nse iianrg il. ai tl lierili li',ti lt til.S l i nlil %% I lit e '. lit (l ni atility .
o t telloan Iol a iea ial't ii el g I i In' l in ll'1.ii I \ l li i la ri-t l tt111111111en ti Kli'Plt lI ze. oi ntl l
ihe c'alii otltI Ililh glr't'tit "l r til .t rm',i tilnt ig t, wv' llit of lt etw ieetn three
S flow thil plonirpr rfir ragi- r In li n thtic iiil nfcir li ntinld.
%Vt eat llntm to cihooeo lal pelttnitr entll- Now itariig ili, l few yte-iru rrdreirn
i-n la in Hinterestnlug. Always when i it eone In ipl.-iififlly. Wtllh thlie Invilona
) liye, Ilk iike tnity boys of the lpremnt of for'iglan Influtince has coine thile de- i
II lny, ed.li-lhle In vlsit t0l4i ili ol d II l une it ld fi. r fl' ci'n'cIa foods, and tils lullU- i-
S I li iatic nleiw it l thu l to i p aill fli t c'PI'el l'ii h sIR ninel ll ll thli' ral l n of o the
he lint (ill il wi rlInly, m lr il ll irmiint little i lf liio Amierlr-ii pif-
Indipolew. 'I', witl' tI li,'r ci 'iten .t i al ar. Tl'mli wlen tih li ty- yPtl n ago .w'0oul
0o I In- l ii Wiiliill i i ll hl -i'ek fil li i ilfl'i the flro unfit for hu- .
a little Ii,0jI, ilnrtitig throl ighI llt i i'lt t t I 111,1 l oei i o ilow deainnid that edible, ea '
o uii4 t n i 'never-rl-tring natlien'. I Altttit n ,.11 |'|t 'i.tilI. Very few banqueti'or ',
or viet froei Wits at ispecale'l elieg11t. liutl hiarg- d elit ace r i'iven l the lit lice Wet
Il w hiiu iim atiln-Iy eil itne itlllii Il 4 i-'>mtt11 ii \lt litil t c li r i lliti i dte I ielict c il e.lt
ie rlIltilles hs In telrest l n tfle ilthintit iii a ln ri nne l.ii> l- nrtlcnila rly frol gs are are Ift
ai lisetti for tIllune. L iater., loiev i like ileleantinaIl.
tI nt fiiInn talii lean l etaraiain l. (incane liie'e AH 1It-. n'iIlic hn m llt I a ni only frog- '
t linlef-doatii nir aio I't frocagon liniti geary li nlip i ott. it (lve)hVe us ponn
tlla aiiiiH i lu In ll liiie k >ir, l a nit hliu lo fill ienul e amnmae'iati orneilra thati
h Iw tra'y luBs aildl tl,. It1u1lly, it wis W lnay. Driver. Hill L.nkfilt C(ly and all
e eumrtehai l Itht n friller utl II tiallii iortloni ofit tltnp MlIhleo W'est are ulpon' '
ui w n ritillli fli ropi." tt' gl i.lll t n l l' Ill order .i ok. An orilinary banquet
1 whlilspere, and ilia crioally (of alia r irify pittns ria- ilhtiro at least eight
I1 country-.lde was arousnaitl. At I liant lieria firog. rhe ortiie'r li0ok of tha
tlimae p1i)enele whiO ate fligN v-lnt-I ro l'rrtggiry ir-iownl tha l In oine famofinosi roe-
e sideroel In t ils ctiulltry tlltle silorlt f iliturni t lin tnmn Fran'lnIo $15 ) worth
Slhairanrlias. Tlhey were yn it niH nkiln'er of frogs IPlgn were' i'iiaIstane'd diurlng
it lit naitle Inlace's,'nt* 1a u y nef oiimllti Ilt' yvilnr llti. HarrIet Qtuilmlby. Il
ha ltiuk utitn aui ttr, e te of e grit-ean hlililerli s'l' or N w Yv l'l' tl ilt.
g. AN Iinte went on. n (nitlerr lin oil oof A a rianer e intei lin I l'raiee.
r I11mi l'reni'li l.otuits liiie of he ia a riniiau 'hpIi I.r''rillri MllilNhir r if Agrl'i itui re
ar mnd on11e l 'ay, wantlilug a diuxet or Iht s r1me' l'eI a l l frimina le litilrn rl port
n. frolgis In a lurry, sint thlits for tle'ia. whiillh' i l t tlit h t lil r in'eaiKce growers "S
i l'lph owner of c hii froggery scurried a lli*tihre.n'ie'nl wlilli tle worst of cala I
tI %l l-hla n ulil tntreni t til lla Mt order. :n itlies. A ilhroic etl' Initee, sclea-
and tild T 4i n' L ee lt a iltI thlt ic iillglit lItchtnly iintot'n t a i rliy'senmjplinlia i
S ralse thl e I t fIl r 1milni'., i. imna lle' mainiu'-. iR tipe i aiiiir of nail oranitge di-
n iteglilehoa iler'e nro le'ileli Pib- o ei n LI i,,it, us tlelmlinatlly i tilirumitliv as tba t a he
n board fen e iointg tili laroilndal nil nacr' Ii|i t,,ta( ll or so nboloigig to "tl'i fellir" who l and d ilenminl uti over Irelinud lfty-
Ih raised frogs.' A stiremi of saiiat wIre snet',li yeiirn ago. 1. AlfitR^. Jie expert ,
r0 wais sntrl.iietind over lIe elilHli-r top lu : n Il NI-r,. |Ilmi 11 l ii vn l n ilul liKif l T" o-- .-
A& cerow iof lavorekinin we-rte ilrly wilii ir ol'ri nu il l i iiiriiilta n tadlif this maindy
tll ment, it wholii nie )a frtgeK iyK wau It pt'ir'- ni n a tlleg 1 .Iia- .-'llm i 'l li 1 t'eo icll ofs
es parlltioll. Triie first r ntitiili w'ere wild it in l Dcli'linten ofi Nice liWas tankern the
w rnlin fri-ogs, runny of wlilcle, intimcnlla tliantlier t 114 liit. Orinlgelx growers aret
1 toned to liafo dnoil Prvld i-ovld a hl te ,Iniiiiag for Iitie exxtIlriajalon t of
r contlin i anieit, died. ll r'< iulen i til n-aiv i.i. uielli nliti iailuor. It is aild that
lip hin diu)WAi-tolwn bilceliaca, aud dce- f1te, Itn.,c.(i ut-' inpai I ,i'mr ci fnjii Am uerica
voted hil time to lAdetilflc exporl- t na imnrs a ii, and thai thn first
ainents. a kiiiSku lyntiinate study of oll a ui t li 1ilo na wcril d etetefd
u l agitime cnf lie nuile -ecaIitts tcrendetected
thaln va rlillnct ls Il llor nc Trlln cireenltnre attacks all ;
with dfifrprctit thlle ait t vil.ri t liraleth- p l el of tue olall'( en pi t-steln., leaf.
oil of rsiltllirti or lotv-rliiinC thle wutpr lioi.r. ftilt, everything. [ti his I lea-
wehepni) rmtetiret. A food. whilcll Iu nlP i .. ilnt ltns eot ofu i1cl ninkeaa li .
o fraog inetell le, hilad Ihtolie dir evertl, i,,am l te111.vn i Int otro ilnri nry l iiaeA it-i
le nd l iheei. oea ie ioue Io lo irleh l tiln fro (ggs nrindl ilst- i ponuiletem sm.ir-le-.- ntita i be caught
P i tnadlohl.i roin allr innimay n etilliH.. nK.I i i .ly Ir ilrlh. T i hat I tbhe
h Also Ithr tillnutlnl ofl hIow to0 laltProvPe In luu li-eli.r i f ihI a Imtenes,
it upon lIA flvor and uallt of thil ini e eas tli, i asi e of als n let.
Sfleib (n-aitie In for a share of stidy. I
flhoksl impl Slia subject of frog ralrti Vr,.noris hlp hlp rc-a p nook-.
wer,' sent lot' evuua to Loiion, buht no [(ow Gotet you dlesov,,e' 1 st pU-. PM
ia olne id e'r tlIhought So luke lis ia ad il er pn p drtotla R Ites ,If -.'-
i tttlinthe eeturmue tbe subjeet of a Loh,. ,iews, #1 or without iltirlqtraUtl_. :
so. oe eournr. no su.n- work cotiti ho ,'useeernHsil iome friend or aeatlimt', .!
found. A ynar or tuore paaieel before eatee i i iA'
mucli pirflt -owletd Imt rcnllaed. theen Yomar yoeaaiitg tallbor. who has* beti 11
Iltlle by llttle th.e froMigry bemaT t thrive. Ilr. Coniles sitedey was re. tin its pal ecileire iceBpted for Ihe, *rtW !
wmrddl ly Iliavluig uo marp aleS f'e-og,. nhlhllcltn." '
a. nlmost every "KMK titr.ted lititi a ta OA., t attiined a l l mii
pole, e nd t ithetit' IHat. n tat.le dell'iacy. ti rh jlrtadiiy. Aimed l11 plhotograph. ',
That was ytrs ago:; at'-la j-ear slacet wIth niorahdii, nieat lsl' piis gnpblbe d 1l
and ominie itw 1> l n.oery; now, how-l. tlie pre.ttl dauielitr' of a c14oll. ;.>^H




eaeerpls ^ whi-t is Inrese b te ""


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D.' .. GODWIN
Editor and ProprOetr.

'latm d April aS, 1908,at Gaineasqlle,
.., iecond-claas matter, under Act of
'Cogemssof March 3, 1879.

"pnibUShed every Tuesday and Prld,
a''t $LOD a year In advance.
S 5 Cent for Six Months,
2.. $ Cents for Three Months,
AVV AMvriat0 AT=-.
TA Local Rders ia brive type, 5 cents

S .i a each insertion.
P.. .for display adverfia~memats priced

ST Tbe editor is not responsible fof tbW
views of correspondents or otberson..
tributing to bis colu as.
o, The Senate will be almost obliged
to let Mr. Smoot retain his seat, as
the investigation s46ws that he is
about the qly man In all Utah who
bas only one wife.-Atlanta Jour.'
nal,
One hundred. drunkards die an-
E numiby. while In 1898 there wenrs
" ;.8,000 t 'rde and. 7000 a suicide In
". tld States directly traceable
LN nlqnuor traffic.-Bartow Cour-

^j Thatpolitical edition of the Jack-
elyyite Metropol 's l aturday
cilt to its pubiherm, and
ia whichh It was published.
SW.-9tM W I sin AJ. ad wAS
ly interesting to its many read-


peIrf Irom South Florida are
I the ect that Vroonae sand Craw.
kwia been wghlsg sote *a*m

Sgood0 me.u, and say effort
t6 the "- ry is apt to be,
a*Xadwm Recorder.
a'Ime Crow4 whilh supported
t Day, the corporation
te for railroad commis aaioe
a.'r ago, is the crowd now
Tallaferro for the senate;'
bodynows what happen-
ST. ,y.-"anner of Liberty.
%A. UMs.on tecorder truthfully
'i"' M Sr. Stockto Is a native
Sa bu m an
F4t mo tatitdta, and is In
|,pthy witi the Inter-
e. Thin isj st the
to sepd to the United
Senate."
SI 11
..with
eadSed shriveled-
Swho trie to turn up
Mglty nose at us, because
'herhusband to be a sober,
gtI gentleman. There are a
t i such eaks, and may they live
t|lg and grow wiser.
I| "As the liquor dealers have orga-
s:ied for self protection in this po-
j ltdal campaign," says the Banner
Of Liberty, "the Rev. W. J. Car.
" ,aemer, of Gainesville, now propos-
'., #R t0pvention of temperance
e a at-off and to make it
^ testing for the liquor men."

sa loon kpers of Jackson-
v organized and gone into
The pprgpoe of the orgsa-
isa to fiht BMrowd 4 r tv,
t may,-'owver, stregthen'
,-'Banuer of Liberty.
It will strengthen him In the ea-
ltttiOn of every self-respecting

.t,,O'/Uoni mn warrants that
Mi WMl e the liquor habit.
&Ve m .r ting. It was
y.- + n!! "w?
l H on, were their& not-
C those distinguished persons
ibad some trouble about the

',awe you tiotloed," says the
(UCapltal -'lbe- you meet a
he says, "How you?" A
smai inqul ti0, "What
know?" But a lawyer hita
,a the back .and ejaculates,
Shve you got?" and the
Iask, "Where are you

B' McKenzie, the bril.
of the Palatka Times-
Saturday afternoon
i ity,. and wbale


how
onlyB~


growing' opg lb ttging
to all tr detoocrt,'" says the
ainesville Str. The trouble with
the Star-eyed aian is that he don't
kqow anything about Hearst or
4dqP3mracy nd is only echoing
.I .the paid agents of Hearst are
7yIa5e Mie wouldn't even know a
democrat if he was to uemicone in
o road. He may~ I 131Lf a
4dmocrat, but if '9W4 mtt e are
uSpopulbt0, t. ``"m'e that
read the St -7. News.
The editor P News
is Alwa t ath editor
of 7xu* .iolw. H esmn to bs fill
of g.a,. 'bug juice," oQr some.
th W4, bWIbly the latter, as no so-
bW etleman ever accused the ed
S ofat THi STAR of being a popu
list.


The editor of he STAR is not- re-
sponsible for what Candidates Hot-
loway and Shests-o- their friends
--say about each oer.;- We are
somewhat surprised t learn that
some of our readers tbous. on In a
hundred of them tmring up
their nose at the t at-Noliloway
controversy that Ia *ng on in the
STAR, ano de larblW? that Itlis too
bad to appear in fattily paper.
Some of t-ait same,. .rsons do not
Asem to object to running their bus-.
ines ad. along side of a big whiskey
ad. in some other paper, but they
seem to think we should steer clear
of everything but religion, and live
on manna and quaill, and at no
cost to them.

The Citizens' Lazue people of
Lale City 'won out over the Ad..
*as faction, In the municipal sJolte
tlon in that city last Tuesdasy. The,
Index--Appleysrd'r 6 paper---sup-
ported the defeated faction, cld the
Citisun--R prtep.-.o-.d ptmR.' .
per-was toe th, daCItle af.aue *
A white Sta n of the itda fae.c
0o` 0a1. arruted for perjury, and
another white man 'killed an inof-
fenasive negro during the evening
'The would-be rule or ruin element
in Florida dies hard, but is dying.
surely dying.
No pne can yet tell who the
Times-Union will finally., support
for Congress from the Second dit
frict. At prepetit it is required to
support Clark, but It mqay telk..l
utructed to take up ->otltgerty its
tbeAter fluire, The trust mag
oCtes are a little afraid of Clark
because he changes so often. They'
ktsow he is all right (like thby watlt'
him to be) now, but the trouble'
with them is, they're afraid it',
abput time for Frank to take an-
-other flopover.
The Savannah Morning News'
Fernasdina correspondent, in his re-
port of the speaking by the Con-
gressional candidates at Fernanditna
on March 16, said:
"'Mr. Barra, in hi'iatisal quiet
manner,.said that he was glad to be
among the people here as a candi-
date, and that he hoped that the
people of the Second district would
be willing to accept his record at
Jacksonyvlle as a guide to what he
could do."
The liquor dealers of the. State
haveoar nised and tqopoe to take
an ictiv part In .State politics. A
man should. desire no greater cow-
plineu3t than to hav' these people
oppose him, and the *!ndidate who
receives their e"ndoqqpt should
be shunned by evl other class.
Men who deal out danplatp ie to a
-living will not suppq. the higher
ot pea o manknd fool01i14a pA.
tio --Macolenuy 8adard. ....
4t1
Some diagruntled little cuasts,
commonly called e4 torm, want the
publle to thl4k Barra was real vul-
gar whelt housed the words "sewer
ptpe,. v-A-,0$..,en with- an
abumlv' oj tfipt. Bts i the words
convey bjlt v ulgrity why do
the little iE who are ightuing
Barr epqtl~ o uase their so per-
Slatently? ,

People all WVer thbe State seem to
be ianquiritqg wf Mr Oavis would
live la ipP job to which he



lj t 4 t 4 tht wuel


r toe


ending March xg, 904. cm,
for same should say edvetlq g
damt, OQe ceunt 4 wlIa each letter .
,' .I t"' .


Misf wma Hanes, DMh'lp Ii ell94
-wi.Mn- Littl, Tuer oft,
Stes Annie Thames. Mrs. Tins Taylr,'
Mrs. o.- Wilson,

Hon. R j'BaeBkban, sftull ,rown,
W. A. Carter, JrG W. .Oretmba, obn F,
Gordo, D, D. Hana, W. A. Heid.t,. G.
Jones, J, C, Kerr; Jleba London, eStephen
N. Moor*, Meos Paris, .W. B. Riverma
Clia Sitm onib Cato ~iopletor, Proffit t.a-
pletos, ZB W. taylor, W, J. Watts.
o J. AuNow P. M.


George L. Taylor, of Palmer, was in
GaiLevMlik Saturday.
Tax Amseeor W. W. -Colnon returned
Friday from High Sprlngs. '
T. J. Cone, the Raleigh sawmill man,
was here Friday on business '
L. C. Oracy wat it the city Saturday
from his home at High Springs.
D. L. Montgomery of Micanopy, was
among the business visitors to the city
Friday.
F. M. Ramsey, a popular, citizen of
Wacahoota, was transacting bmsuness in
town Friday.
Capt. N. A. Callison, manager of the
Spring Park farm at Bennington, was in
the city Saturday.
, oan. Jno. 0. Dampler, the worthy.
Colsuty Co nmislioer from Hague, was a
vitdtor othere city Friday.
itoa. T. A. Rosborough, candidate for
the Legislature, was crossing palnm with
friouea in the city 'Sturday.
. II. Maddox, with the Union Phosphate
Company at Tioga, was in the city ys a
terday and subscribed for the Star.
R D.' Bes of High Spiings,, passed
through the city Friday en route to Jack-
sonville, where he went on buiness.
.t. Sttringfetlow, of Jacksonville,
w"M greeting friends and .soliciting busi-
ses for Strlngfellow Brothers here Fri-
day.
Col Henry S. Chubb returned yester
day roIm Winter Park, in Orange county,
where he spent a few days with his
family.
Dt. .1. 1.,, Kelley, Judge H. G. Mason,
Maj. J, W. Tench, and others, were
among the candidates who were shelling
the wood Jlast week.
Hons. James B. Bnoome and 1i. Clay
Crawford, hoth candidates for -Secretary
of State, were agreeable calJers at tlhe
tar ofiee yesterday.
Rev. E Clark, mayor of High
.pritngs, 'psed through the cit- yeser
day en route home f/orn Rochelle, where
he preached Sunday.
Mrs. W. D Williams, the estimable
wife of i oniluctor W. r), Williams, or
tle Atlantle Coast line, was in the cit%
Saturday from ter home at High Springs.
Mlis. A. J. llalonaI .f Jacl, nmivllle,
who has bean visthing )p:r sister bMrs. I
1. Feaster of Micanopy, waii mi thc .int
yeateridayen route back to .'acksutmvi I
Mrs. J. Ml. Wolfenger amid frient Mis.
Dowling, who had lieen visiting relatives
at Evanston, passed through tVe city le.-
terday en route back to their home at
Sampson City.
Miss Mattie Ford. a charming young
lady of Lynchburg, Va., who is visiting
her aunt Mrs. J. L. Feastcr of Micanopy,
was in Gaineaville with Mrs. Feaster
shopping yesterday.
Mra. J. Porter Smith and two grand
children, Mils Winifred anid Mblaster
Douglas 1edrick, returned yesterday
from Micanopy, where they had been
guests of Mrs. J.. .larra.
H. G. Hess, representing the Cummer
Lumber Company, returned Friday after-
noon from points on the Suwannee river,
in Levy county, where he went in the
Interest of his company.
Mr. W. M. Pepper returned to the city
Friday from PhiladelphIa. In the future
he will make this his home. We are
glad to welcome Mr. Pepper and wife
as ciiseus of Gaiuesville.
Please d- not wait for us to dun you
for that little amount you owe us on sub-
asrlption, for 4vertising or Job printing
htp amount isa too sma)l. It wont hurt
jt pay it, and the many uch amounts
thatato aw due tis would help us won-
dftltyll. Meta good example by paying
Wba yen owe as, It will do us good and
.It will help you too. Just try it.


BR ING Us '
Bruo 'Uown
Your- Chlckes, 7s,
VteqtblSW, adiafcal
' khI u of Qoaptpy Pro.
." d .. d x e ,, .,

VkW PAY-


I^ '1*wY


(Ar Cons
.4 EI .-
epl st..


We, .a'V, jC


i
1
r
M


The -Gainesville Planing


and Coffin Company.


THE MARCH
OF IMPROVEMENT
Isa sinetinics inard to keep pace willth lil
our facilities are equal to all demands,
bliether 3ou want to lItihld on hoise or
o e dlozeni. You are on the >ightI road forw
the sight kind of luntlser %ihenm you come i
our way. We deal ins all kinl ing Material for outside atnd insutl finlish
to complete aminy dwelling, hotel, stiue uor
factory 'J'ell us 3our wants We mill
do the rest


'PHONE 166,


IHk GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY.


I Robt. McClellan,


FUNERAL DIRECTOR

AND EMBALtiER.
Strict Personal Attentiot Given lto
All Buslness 'in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail orders Attended to p
Promptly. ...

S -DEALER IN-


RUBBER STAMPS
ART QOODA AND UPHOITERY.X.

Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
GAINESVIlLE, . FLA.





W, R. Thomas,



Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to buy


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


W. R. THOMAS,


Gainesville,


NOTICE OP INCQRPQRATIO4N.
Notice is hereby given that application
for letters patent will be made to the
Governor of the State of Florida at T al-
lahassee, on March 28th, g90o4 by the
J. E. Futch Company.
We, J. E. Futch, J. R. Haynesworthb
J. 3. Harrison and C. W. Stephena, ql at
Alachua county, Pla., do hereby make
application for letters patent incorpor-
ating us into a corporate in accordance
with the law of Florida under the fol.
lowing charter:
set. The name of the Corporation shall
be the J. E. Patch Company, with its
principal place of business at Alechna,
county of Alachua. State of Florida, with
such other place or places of business as a
board of directors may designate.
and. The general nature of the buasi-
nes" to be transacted shall be a general
merasUle bu_ nels and bu it aodin
sing na ang ay and all aal



*5h5U s


Tb e oupSd' s

featsp lo


m- m


Florida.


the meeting of the stockholders t6 be
held oun the second Wednesday in Janu-
ary, A. D. t9o5, aud on the second Wed-
nesday in Jaunary of each succeeding
year. Until the Bratelection. J. E. Futchr,
C. W. Stephens and J. E. Haynesworth,
shallU constitute the Board of Directors
and J. hi. Futch shall be President and
Treasurer, and C. W. ltephpns shall tbi
Vice President, and 1J. Harrison shall
be Secretary.
6th. The highest amount of indebted.
neas the said corporation shall at any
time subject itself to shall be fifteen
thousand dollars
nh. The said incorporators hereby
aubscribe for the following amounts tf
Stock, to wit:
J. latch, (bur share, Cooo.oo
J. B. Harrison, one share ,ooo.o
. worth, threesharea,m oo.o
2, W, Stephens, thr e'aha {3000.0o

J. E. W A. ltsWMu,
C. W. svixatra. -
J. I. HAtatsom)a.-


8"St0


wr


In Stock, and are constantly receiv- ,
iugi "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
Wame4 and Children, at popular i
prices and of the best makes. 4

We call

I particular attention to the Ladies
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer- J4
ica"-and "Walk Over" grades. ,

* J. D. Matheson,

t o. and Letje -Owne. ainpVille, Flt, F.

n.o MUWoq e*n*fiEI'W..om~ o*.*1


NORTH AND EAST 34 66
.v Jacksonville 9 ooa 7 SoP
tAr l'ernandina .. u sa 9 oop
Ar Brunswick ..... 12 olp to 35p
Ar Savannah lop IS 5on
Ar Fairfax ...... 3 c9p I 44a
Ar Denmark 3 7P 2oa
Ar Columbia .... 5 3oP 3 55P
Ar Camden . .. 7 4op 5 54a
Ar Handet . 9 55P 8 05a
Ar 1 ilmimmtnh . 12 05p
Ar Slteinti I ineis. 11 i8p 9 36a
Ar Raleigh . .. 11 53P 1o 45a
Ar Portanmouthi . 8 ooa 5 35P
Ar Richmond. Va 6 35a 3 t1p
Ar % ashington .... jo soa 8 3op
Ar Baltimore . n 25a I 255P
Ar Philadelphia . 36P 2 5oa
Ar New York. .. .... 4 i5P 6 3oa


WEST&NEW ORLBANWt 56 57


I.v Jacksonville 3 40
Ar Lake City .. ...... 5 5I
Ar Live Oak . 6 35p
Ar Madison . 7 55
Ar MonticLelo . 9 lop
Ar Tallahassee 9 4op
Ar Quincy ........
Ar River Junction . .
Ar Pensacola . .
Ar Mobile . . .
Ar New Orleans ... .
Lv Jacksonville . .
Ar Macon . ... .. .
Atlanta . . .
Chattaiooga . .
Nashville. .... . .
St Louis . . .
Chicago .. .


II
?


9 25a
11 2oa
12 04p
1 2 Shp
3 i5sp
3 35t,
4 171
5 051,
2 55a
7 2.5
8 i,,p
3 45a
7 50a
2 u5P
9 2op
7 3-a
9 15a


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur.
days, front Ualuesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room PUIman aleepers between
'ratipa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond &an% Waanin.otm. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from JacksonviUe.
N,. 6b, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
.lacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and initr-
inedliate points, amd at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper I between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa -udays, Tuesdays anil
Thursday, 11I:15 p. Ui.
A. 0. MAcDON ELJL, Asat' Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fha.
H. C COBIl Ticket Azenit, Gaiuesville.


Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
I n it ) .1s tt ct.,July 5, 1903.


No. 0. No. 4.
Dally
Except Daily.
sHiiniay.


1.v P M
7 45
B55
8 to
8'it
8 10s
Hill
15i
450
8OS
8.10

1 l03
9 15
9 4 Ar


1'. M.


IIl 00 Lv 1.5 Lv
I I M a 40
12 OU 6 4
W 1 71 Ois
5'1 10 7 1 Ar
7 2
14 40
II 10
t 40
S 725
Ar P. M. Ar A. Al.


No. v
Da


Lv A M


a 4S
7 vs
7 2r
7 4"5
8 13
Si, p5
3 1r6 p
I11 10 a
4 10 p
7 F, p
'Ar P M


No. I. o.a a o.
STATIONS. Daily. D uy. aerpi
Bauday.


Ar P. M. Ar A. N. Ar P. M.
Du.. alrvae ... .... ...
D un... r ...... ........ 6
.. u...... de ..... 40
... HIlkI n ....... ...... ........ ... 5
Lake lmoi to ..... ........ 5 80
........- M ieauopy.- ..... .. ................ 5
..........Taeoum .......... .... .... 1
-Cly nt.. .. .... ... ............ t0
..... Bcen .. ... 4 4
o..... ...... ......... .
...... Ga vlle.. .. a..
.Bellamy. a 6 1
...... Graham .... .. 6. 4 48
..........ami on City... .. w 40 1 U
Lake Butler. G. 8. & F- 7 2i ......
j"acooll J ..... aS ao
Lake City. G.. a P... 7 ... ...
.Valdbats.C..F... G.ib ..-
.... Maeou. 0. 8.& P 1 1 i a ........
- Atlanta, C LfL E B ..
LV K. I. IL P. M.
AS. M. GRAHAM, President.
SB. ARLM Gen. Supt
J P, HILL Aent.


TAK fThe Atlantic Coast Lire

IF=OR LL... e RT "- L.V F=OINTS.

North IL" East or
upont Dckonvllet
or or
JNacksonville Jacksonville


South


Via
P. & 0.
Steamship
Line


U aD5 uponl0 or
g V IJtxvigle and
SlEontgoewry


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


Depart Por


'GAINRSVILLME


Arrive From


3S:4 0 High Springs and Inter. -
mediate Points Tsy
125 p mj ocala, Leesawrs and 'Arau, and 8,4aSo m
Dai Int rdte Points. I
2:25p m Palatks. Daytona, Jackmsville, iB pA
Daly North. Ewst andlWet Dll
1t:15 a "n Hi gh pring& Wayros. sSavaash, hns-r is, z* l op
Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Pointa North, at W.at y
a: pm .. 9- am
Da-y I Rochelle, Micanopy and Cits tDil
SiOam r -s -- tp,
Daily Higblpin DdHily
er. Monday a.s uday
GOING WEST OR NORTHWEST TMAVt VIA
UlChicago &.Plorida Limited, saoid ve atibule trai of NPUaSl1 loM"Nn,
Library, Dining Car and Coaclw, between st, AuWga* one
might out
Lv St. Augustme PEC y '7 50 am Iv pm
Ar Jacksonvile .3a8 m0 a O
9 p-Mt.- :Of"r .10am IS
Lv TItm 6. "C 4Wy..l 0
Ar MUato .... .4Ma par
w S M -.0Ce of Ry, 4 18 ,s
Air, p ,


Cotton Department;, ^lit4.V %


Highest price paid fo 0BB lBBiadd lottoq
1: Seed or Lint, Large or Small taulitltem.
Imported Sc.i Island and Selected Florid.t
Planting Seed.




Air Line Railway
S- itluk1 fif flive Dtectmber7,. 1003.


7 I 3m 5 | SOL'I ilIRN 'DIVISION. 1I 4 34 I 6k,
9 31 8 3 3 up' I.v .' Jacksonville . Ar o a 7 I15a 5
jo 1 8 55P 3 401) ...... Baldwin ..... 12. at a 63oa ,
S.;16 li 45P 5 u3P ..... Wado ... 8 2 4 04a ,
1 20ul 7 36p Ar.. o :.L 7145 .-. I
36p LvAr GAINESVILLRE A 7 4A* .
n 15p Ar .. Cedar Key . Lv 4 5o .
S26p lv Silver Springs. . . 2 52
S5p 12 51a . O a . I 55a 12 11p
2 55p 2 13a . Wildwood .. 12 l 23a 5i
5 ,p 7 20 . Orlando 7 op 5
4 14p 4 18Ha . Dale City ..... o 8p 10o 371
5 1p 5 39 . Plant City ... 9 23P 9 4.5a
7 uSp a Palmetto 4 45P 7 45 a
7 2Sp i .46a ... Manatee 3 5oP 7 27
7 45 12 3op .. ..... Sarasota 2
6 oo 6 45Sa .. Ar . Tampa .... Lv OP 8 50a


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