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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: May 24, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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VOLUMe Ox


(-A[N)--SX'll.Lli. IFLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAV


C. MBROWNTHE

SOMERSAULTER

General Robeit Buillock Gotes for
-.m

1)ECLARES FOR N. B. BROWARDI)


Not surprised at. Brown's Ac',
tion-- Answers Questions
by Old Comrad:.


Tro .I people of Florida waer- wn.pt,! V
0oo11e a'ter the recent primary hel t"iolii Ito
see puvelishe d wist the p paer, It,. .i I
IBrown 'S tio3 iutielic etetter ato tle e lp.'t e 0.t
lhe would il.s thla se dcoft l) ri l:tr''-- tl.
port R.oW-. Davis iniuteatln w aof t. 1. ,sow.
ardn for.s Goern orw Whea n ; rowt' W
-himself a clit idaten we Lsket1. tel u ipple
t vote for Iuhlloar itf l bey oi to iO vote
for mini (ro lrvn T),af|o hlie ii! if tnehere, a "nsat
i seconId primaIry. bet -aeci I:,'r w so as ,t

advised in ', m it i etter that the second :race t loved d of t l o re. ro'*
rof te Confederatavis e Serrow viwentrown, cast ther votes MAOR TOMAS
illVetean, consulted with Da. is (Brown it's hec ty te for R rt avi
to faor who else) andidaent away "of l on Robp- I t even fte the Having head some criticism of ur
kW. Davis pi for vernor Bobai. Hon. N riu while i Jcksonville cal police force, the taran t out
that very funab will .ascertain wt or cotha i t w take the there w any ral, grounds for
Brownts actions is ritheghatter are aiOg nT e Pe for le's Nipoleon a. Crow andidate for made no oijectioateso
the "ways that are dark'." s con visit to Jackson- being interviewed, but spoke hC
or not you ld Cthionfederate Veteran wa loesoas. with the freely
tons hauled follenhe heard About Irown's t trt hi, tS wi h ad your Seneattor' auion as the















Davis camp. It is well known throuh- -n-nv lii o a iit..rly dhnol'n-ed as a jusl'ness o( such enticism, the Maiayor re
somersault that lie wrote letter to Gen. fritl(l of tle n vi nor, tol-the e who aethe lly ea followth of the
Robert. Bullockavis very iof Ocrla,y asking tr t o s i ano i th "You cn n say h s corning from tile, if
taivie ofin the corporate enter ests of our i ts oi I i tther sliake the otg-ouh 'liand of the polownaev, or the
this public general's replyto voare as follows:Ir. l x .Uai, ii the g o l e Ias lice. o nd of tireowell nd Marb
Jacksonville, F.,V May 1$, 19(o4.
Gen. Robt. lBullock, Brigadier iene:al-"
l if the Confederate Servicote for In' iii rown), cast their' votes iMAYOR Thi MAS INTRVI, EWOD.
faclyear Gienteral-I seet f rough any othe either for Na le i lro arl or Den-- ctzens
inewspapes that our fellow Confederate tt. hI A hit *il event l nhlori lie P raIse s inkosie. and Cry swell nas
Veteran, ion. C M. B brown, has dec .ijred thy I fu for Rfvert XV. Dav e is.e er
nit favor of in the capubdiacy .of irs n Rtol t. l l liithii t.old that eve ni after the leaving ho heard soer te ribed nofour ln-
W. Dateis for Governor againcet Ilon. Nal- primate t 'h'tio, whilee in Jacksonville -cal police force, the starman sought'out
lute on B.fIece which thoie of us 'l> u i i .1 t i' .O to .alaei, hie H is'ifoior, Mayor Thmas, the oya ascerteins
for yo w unable tollowascertahe Conheler or colit 7' t. it t- tL ilu take theance of sucthere fearle andy re liaal, g le or i-
notg, I haBrown isright i thadvice in aitter-, tm,1 f loI ... N' o 1 rewardd" fr cers liat I iave been enabled to main-
and desire to consult you app as rec wleate you r promp t It l.). o: visit to Jcksn h being interviewed, but spadminitration ofis tid
or noteyou. thik our tnferlerateuly, et- iii. i aft. i-l. r iose il within of t the eace freely quiet

Davis condp. It is well known tlrRegih, n ler w i i.e li-s ite iei iounced as a justness of saych cretician that Maytronrely
out ihe State that Mu troc wti tack,I Pv. -' o.Ir t I' o, vf 'e orei of Lorce ucl men as Cromwell and Powks:
r. lvis very bitterly as the rprseI .ri. .n i .ii o Mr l oon, we can continue as c o mainaig fron teat
active of the corporate interests of19 194 In j i. '.' ..I l feg It Con liou s of aflirr, that will gitver had a
State, and earnestly urged thae i 'l : I at .1 i., I .. t., F '. their io ref ef- ciena t homare fil and cmm blend -
his public speeches to vote for 'I r.1your ( ,, 11 ,'f i i' 110, 1 ic las lice. I'o41l. ,aals ciiciamwell you Marsbhil
ar,, if tihey could aiot vote for Iila, iii I ll r.. -i, s l,,i li, g tha I l 'in l .t, i are iith th la w-ba s er, cona sl-
fact. advice thea to vote for not I1 think R, ,i ~ a to, II ii -iow Il sy .%pat ililig le -good citizensr.
cathe deidated caforndidaters for raGovtherlnor, in I. f ,e c lorida. i'o of A officer. The city isonost
Davis. vor to carry the vote of the ... i',' nin ti Na In TiIte Ila's tr we aids tihate the ser-
Realizing heprominentp p tioRoe hrh .. I .... I r as r,. eni.' t this vicesry le a1n aincb f''a r altsid hon te
s ) have lel in the c public affAirsov ,of r ni, ,ri a ir: -I I. l I -,it 1 it al ,n his i mea. li acan neither be a bribed an or in.
State. as well as the asicpere loe ction we were in tliidated.
solute held onfi Jece which those of usi. ith este.p i. ri l st itLe-. il reign, "itrr, ist mailS tro the loyalry asnd l
for you who followed the Confer.' here to r.i.ate motI n veri, trul, irtI a- in- taice of sucl fearlea oad reliabssrs. leD. Woi-
ig. I hae akelly that our advice into thi. II- tI ," LIT- I lit 1 ,,ie for cers IlI. at ave been enabled to wa burin-ed,
matter my fewillow Coapprecderate yoVeter proana 1 r Iir ism 1I I-". i 1 i 1. ll1 the rain during o s le administration of tall.
reply. Vours very truly, I'..gipl7 7i I g s I ,I.i3 telals t ih-)at 311''n affairs of the city the Rieace ia,) quiet
.. P. L 1tlo' i, V.V'Li' jit i,, I,,r i ..I 7 '. ld ce'Jtioaa thit has 5lhnracterilt.ed it
(if the iecontl Plorida Regiiiieut, un-ier %!,Ihllie Ia ..'I- I i., iet| m.1 i ,I t0ow at- 'You call say for tile, and that strongly,
e ~. ,. IivkSOn, t ,t,, I,-ill ti,.r" hrCt:e tl thIe that so 0oa1g as e can hlaye out our police
1IIN liOI'LoCkmi %lKPlV. Coiinf,-lh'rt arir te 1 i 1t ile ate S-tle of lorce such iamen as Cromnwe~l and Pink-
a l y 9riia. 'lhiii t, iii i, Mr ir,,,oa. ll oqot, we Callc cotiinue to maintain that
U 1 alaJack lIll el..Fll. i,. aid: c t i ffco' It coilitiona of affira that will give us sst
SIr D. Ir SligriI Jaclersonvlle, Fia : hs ah.swt the .toi le .1 tho .titte of ofi[-actil at Iaoriea and command us
Mv hIear Sr I nnna Io t receipt of y'oHa r I.'ng -r.ri ,l I1,," (ais,er of iroiln hien. and h114 a l Ihlls criticism you speak of
MOlYadlicU astioiof' the 1toa lustI n it, asking dk i ( -'eia L Igreat rj lnin iIslt r 7IT lens r t r' in, originated either with law-breakers or e
tbe LounfeIerate Veterans of IlolidaRsNi
should follow tlhoa. (0g M. brown one of 'rA
the deleateid candidates for Governor, in A tA atfi liai'l t hr I cA ai a ACorrc lon
hofendeari Veto carry the vote of tiWe Ilorala will be 1'ite li lIOInilii.aiiilg Ndlo" la i'tu -,lay's Star we said that the liv-
onfederjte V'eteraus to Hon. Robert WV. Ivan It utmaward I thi -Ilereocratit' cml- ery ,table aandamo ass factory belonging to
Dvise an hiD candidacy for Governor ion didate for th, high ,iAlice of rGovt riorof Mr. I). V. 'rouipkins, at Micanopy, bad
lhaseconul aemocratic primary election Floriula Iiphei..l.,'strove, iby fire. Lutwe were in
lbe heldqunJqne th net. With este.in sanl iet viabes. I reialam, .r rr, it %%ias tlathe nios factory anid
In the 11irst place, I desire to state most X',-,ars t 'er trialy, 1,e.iaiig mill hclonging to .Messrs. D. W.
lMphatically that I shall not presume to IR. Is'Iad, tI..a i. ''. Tompkcuat that was burned.
advise my fellow Confederate Veteransas .. an, thei' was no stable destroyed at all.
to how they ahnuldva l, in.. tik1 tk. I


.e-a vote inia e eciion,
be-ause the rules of our organization for-
bid that the veterans should go into pol-
itics as an organization under any cir-
e UtaWnces or for any one.
1; What theConfederate Veterans of Flor-
IIs are most interested In, with reference
to the gubernatorial race, is what every
itier honest Florida Democrat'hould de-
I r.l that is to way, the section ot a good
nest, fearless, conscientious man as
vernor, irrespective of his military
" prerd- If I had been a candidate for
Ctvernor of Florida, I should hot ave
appealed to the Confederate Veterans as
. veteran for their vote., unless they
o1 hseea in me the qualifications which
"ld go to make me a more acceptable
and eficient Governor than they could ee
Smany Other candidate. The Confederat
- rettana of Florida went Into the 'Cii
Sfor Plaorida qand her welfare, and
6 1rthould vote rc her best Iqterests
I It was patriotlam that inapired
Umea to make the ascriflee they then
,S and it should be pariotism that
t.ild guide them in eating their bel--

Sunderstand the attitude Mr.
.In th late &svan b'fes t ahe

HGA. Roer W. ievis A la pieaj mt64
a d _n gun"* e0er" ..i 4a
,_ an he did e r/ i


iolloway's Mlajority.
Wehave ben asked wn Ilolhlway's Starke Won.
majority over Sliesias wa-4. Thie vote in [ W .
the State was a follows: 'The gilre of ball between (Galiesville
1111ooway ..... .,... andl StiArke at this place last Vriday was
Sheats ... iV'.l'' won by the Starke hoys, the ac ore Iteing
_--- 2,, to 1. iThe oume learn is said to have
]Holloway's ajn rity t w been ntirel> outclassed by the visitors,
Giddingsf' Hair Grower dies tile wor.-', and took their defeat good naturedly,
Por Sale by Dr. S. c. ildings, a.aines bile the \ictors acted very niagnian-
ville, and the I'ostoffice Drlug .'ore ald J. iloulv.
A. Stepbens,. High Surings, Fla.
+-*'


Does Your


Watch *1

ll KEEP TIME
If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
It you'll wonder why you didn't think of us long before.
All work guaranteed. No hasty slipshod job leaves our
shop. None but the best material used, and you will
not grumble at the prices either. S
SH.I C. Stevens, S
JEWELER I

I Hih Springs .. Florida.U
7.


IN T"E MAYOR'S COURT.
Cromwell Shot at .Orange'r-ranger
* Fined. "
A1out 7 o'clock Saturday evening ,
Night Policeman Will Cromwell shot at
ex-Clty Marshal. JH. H ranger, in the
law office of J. A. Carlisle Tlhere 'was
much wild. talking and inainy cowlllltinti
stitetnentsabout thi affair during Satur-
day nilght and Sunday. After the shoot-
ing Gramnger' was arrested on a charge of
dru"kk and litsorderly conduct and putt in
jail, but was afterwards released on bond.
When the Mayor's court convened yes- .
terrday morning the court room was filled
with people of all colors and conditions,
and all anxious to hear what the witness
es had to say about it, and what'was


heard was substantially as follows:
There was 'a considerable amount co
evidence brought out. ime. witniesse
thought Granger was lrunk and other
didn't think he was.- Some swore lh
tried to pull lisa gun on Officers Pitikoso
and (Cromwell when they went to arres
h int after the shooting, and others di
not seen to know whether he dkl or not
Carlisle said Granger gaveI hiu sooit
whiskey, andil Granger. said that was truen
said. he brought two bottles from Palatk
for Carlisle McCreary said one f o th
bottles had a' hole" in one side of it-.
looked like it.liad been broken. Carlisl
said one of. the bottles ihad been broken
atnd most of the hiskey was lost
Granger swore he did. not try to draw hi
gun on Cromwell. but Cromwell swor
he did.
S it seems that' on .Saturday evening f1
fleer Cromwell saw a negro lstane
'"Shorty" carrying iut the dtreetion o
Carlisle's office a suspiclouss looking pack
age, and upon learning that the package
contained whiskey he asked where' th
negro was carrying it. "Carryiig lit t
Mr. Carlisle's office,." said the negro
"Who sent it?" said the officer; aad tthe
negro said Mr. Granger sent it- to Mr
Carlisle.
It seems that Cromwell then went t
the door. of Carlisle's office, andl accord
ing to his statements said, "OentlemenI
want to see the lable on those bottles,'
.an as hbe said so he claims that Mr
Granger started to draw a pistol as he re
market: "You can see any any 4d---
thing in here," and then it was Mr
Cromwell .says. he drew his pistol' and
fired at ranger.
In the room with Granger were Messrs
Carlisle, H. H.' McCreary antd Will Suit
van, who is said to be on the Fernandina
police force. Sulivan was not detained
as a witness, but a large number of wit'
nesses were examined. Messrs Carlisle
and McCreary-were probably the uiost
important. They both swore they saw
Cromwell at the door, heard hint ask
about the bottles and heardThe shot fired,
They both seemed to think the shot was
fired immediately after asking about the
bottles, but neither of then would swear
positively that Granger did not attempt
to draw his gun on Cromwell-though
Mayor Thomas recalled them and ques-
tioned them particularly on that point.
Carlisle said hi shoved Cromwell out at
the door and Ltied to shut It, and Mc-
Creary said he got behind the door when
the shooting' commenced.
After hearing the evidence and duly
considering the same Mayor Thomas
found Granger guilty and fined him' ,5
and costs.
The city was represented by City At.
torney W. 8. Broome, and Attorney J.
M. Rivers appeared for the defendant.
Attorney Rivers gave notice tbat bis cli-
ent would take an appeal ftom the decis-
ion of the court.


sample Ballot.
Now that it has been officially aoutUin
ed that them-will be a second primary for
the nomination of United gtateS neteor
and certain Congressional, Btte apd
county candidates, the following sample
of the ballot to be used in the primary,
J une 7, it published, for the information
of thle voters of Alachua county ;
For United States Senator.
V"te for One.
JOHN l4. C, STOCKTON,
JAMEB P. TALCAF'RIQ..


For Representative It Congrem-Seoond
District.
Vute for One. '
J. M. BARRS.
FRANK CIjARK.
Por Governor.
VoLe for one.
NAPOLEON B. 1IROWARD.
ROHERT W. DAVIS.
For Secretary of Stae.
Vote or onue.
JAMR~S H. BROOM .
It CLAY CRAWFORD.
]For the 4iegilJature.
Vote for one.
A. JU. HILL EYRV.
J. A. ROS9OROUGH.
For' County 8uipeintildeut of Public
Instruction.
Vote for one.
DR L. KLLEV.
J. KELUU. ..
Foso r uo Heaat a
vote for one.
M. &- CHKIV".
D. A. ROBDRTSON.
For Conaty '!' 0 ,ipti .
*.u.,^ ,.,;',., -r '^^ ^e~~


A MAGNIFICENT

ENTERTAINNT'

Mrs. Deoby's Class at Audllt*it ;
Friday Night. / /

GRANDEST OF THE SEASON Li

Vocal and Instrumental Mulsc I.
Very Fine-About a Thous-
and Present.


SSeldo in the history of this city oan
Dthe people member events more enjoy-
ri able than wa that which took place In
ie othe auditorium of the crty school on ri-
. may 'night last. Thla was Mas., -'.
t Denby's concert. Another time has the.
Obligations to this talented and womanly

e 'Th Immenm throw ng w ih a llbed ,
e Vte n ah t udlitohrum to the limit of its wal l' t
* ity plainly Indicated the high phlas M '-
Sp w ay ea on whom Denby holds in the hearts o our a "loe "
e and no doubt that gentle woman si ,.
a. ,l gof her popularity in the pect t *h o e" u
Shour people to her rare musical attahin '
ments and skill ms an Instrnctor.

NAPOLEON."B. BRO WARD As a rule you cannot expect something '.

SThe.iPeople's Popular aud Leading Cantdidate for Governor tan but everyt one had and evening of
Vote r O EofFlorida.G unalloyed pleasure.
S Vote forhim, and t elect as your n tor n il uin e the reafkin ast it .wam .".
0 path with. the plain people -ot hnis lqtive Sate-one n t whom the executed in a most pling and skill.






l"ving ean, e n et mp I Obtidtuwfr Pas. boer hchnfrlced othe ptage. were
SRail roads ad Corporations oi lorida hav e no clai for past avors; manner by Misses McIlvaln Banks, .. ';
e a t an of the people; o big ofbodyi brain- and heart. Cos Mta and Does, we inme to the next o
the program, "Pairle Voicem." This was
J. rl. f Ior Vda .LN Jh It. He ly declar S edthat:n hek-would spend a vividly spectacular plee s and elicited:
wshailtnelyoid of plIn money,. and' do everything possible to th nder of applause, pleasing as It WW
m h to de lig nbRl voltimg tr la have prosecuted to the full extent of the to the bald hea and beard as well
L oNight.l. w l l any person onW.i ao tld be proved as the tin tot. In all parts of. a flower ,
Sheriff Pennell arrived in the city last au attempt to 1 ntlmidate. witness. We bower contaictaed' for the purpose, 'e
night from Valdosta, Ga., wiih Joe X. say "Ameng" .to r.' Chambers' determia. postured maidens of various ages and all.1 A'
ryar, lthe .notore ous'. white blind tiger nation, and promise' himo wlatever of e kinds of beauty, clinging to each ota "er.
- runner, formerly d :of righ nple and r lstaner we- iw' ca n helping to i ad entwined w a the leaves andWM a fe.wa
Sewh eed s probbl dly on ltor to bring t s neh co minafi to eJ te. nlti fl they had the appearmoct of hellag a
that town into disrepute than and y. th ount part and e parcel of the wealth of fiowms -
S living man. 'e ( i., we o p d ba' .y o i beauty which filled the. s na. rian4
:Ar w year s agoP ryar was cotte of theBe i Brookiy n.- ,Aileo a, 9 the and through, n a of ldend .'fis






twouted. n fort r eur)e amae back to Heth Avm.snd reduced a nen a Poved P tahome Coai. f libt ti I
largest and t pr hahlye one of fthb wealth DhaDr. mhe i.t Odd be tven cdtar dal foo the ai ,ithti ..'
lest liquor dealers in th county, He Dear S.r:-1Wn FOU kindly n Inorm mlie hut inighistlD herm and ther ar d e3sm .
was abaelutely void of principle and bj return mail if you can send your soc. wh'o uttering the while a liockunif fairy
seemed to delight in violating the!law. battle of Hlair Grower the Unparalleled chant. Titania in the person of Bisn
e n the county went dry lat June, (Trade Mark) and i so I will yo oodead the mystic crew in t t
oetwtheo went ain aly ad tenst e unela postal note for the saAme. Please inobarma
otwitstandinhe had then butrently e the amount t potage iitabe of training d no contre-tetp marred
located in Valdosta (sand it was hoped by mailed. the rhythmic b9auty of the scme. But
the good people of this county that n e When 'in Florida the winter of 1s7 how we missed our old friends Ohbes.
wo not ~retr H e bodk wt Hsih and t98 I used five bottles o tthe went,
would not return) he ade ebackt i produced a n R m uck, Pes-Bolossom, Cobwebb W anr "b
primg, at d pretended to run a drug of hair where it had been ontd el eraa Motay l-Sd 'of the dm e
store, but rn reality it wages a bldl tiger for fifteen years, and now I wdnld like to kflgSt'a Dream," 'hkespearts most 4q V.e
tai operated. Sheriff Fennell, who has try it once more if I can get t.
endeared himself to every law-abldiug Yoen ur truly l ollr rt lia r












he waab gtWer C oall t rom go asanrle fa, lihw iin
citizen by his manly efforts to suppress 59 Hicks t. l. W. H.aV.N. next, lief. Denoy, pl
lawlessness In the cout, soon had ty of l a, are all right 'oth as little f'aes
ar arrested. 'le gave bond and was City of Gaiesvilnis. grown up airies, but ft tas -a
turned loose. When court convened I ermonally appeared before the sutb. In fairW as well as iteve dey psd
tryar was not here. His bonds were scriber, a Notary Publice and fo tlal ftneof
treated. ort s were made to gt him. Statof Florida, at lam 3
He telegraphed that he would e stere on oays that o ae l evlt e W= o l -itil for tMh1sw A .
a certldky, but Iscame aenot. so Fen- to him by Itall bleejw -belike
mell'ocured requeisition paper from the' whomIn e he. ie ha4 009iWei"klb

e spect last uight in the county J 1 Unparalleled itr s s t
B. ro pporhd ak nown..o one







Hurrah far Sheriff Fennell. ohe knows oonsta e tey t rti B
send it,' andtha tatthe wn bas nr ver.re Anad b -.
Dcelved anything for sendilg It.
















S. P. O T rimn COMPANYop o laa age
Blind Tiger Coon. /aworn toe andsubscribed bef me nsth P 'S5iH
lath day of November.-A. D. r sa:, B.: t will we
ous blind tiger coon ean the cou arty, and public. fr v w=04 ..p,, t a.
who has already 11n convicted several Notary b tate of loridwitt
.tmes for violating the local option law, at ]&re.
was before Justice Colmaien yesterday for ',m ."y"kel. Wc
a conmmitient trial on the usual chsrge' J saonvhill HOtel,00"I.i)byr
Ths was a cas wbrein Johnon wa The New TravelersN Hotel, K. W. H t sm nt am
bond over by the United States Uthorl- e roprletor two. Wl n Js wsu
ties shout two months ago, and yesterday when you go to 1s!s"i ,
he was brought before the State court to roows, good table t-s in" l '
answer to thesanose charge. R. It. Davis and centrally lod:tdO
business center. Cr.
appeared as counsel for Joheon, and W. WaldA Alachus county, aint.10,1110
S. Broonmeapmpeted r the staW. ford hhLi plgasnmas t U..t p men .s0.. ..
Jobnmon-wasa outid over to'await the from his bhme county whem te go ,l t gro u t '.
actiM of the grand jury In the sum of Jckwhvi411. '" bse ,.4
When yousgo to Jacksonville ad west
Deputy United States Marshal Hemp ablecoot. Inquire for the,"Tt'avelw',0lwvw i .b tk
Chambers, of ocals, was present, and tel," and when youeso to O ICqvq
after court was over he announced to the Bp aungs stdp at the Riv eaie tl t n ,
that thkats, had been, made against n ops Do3t 6al to goet a copy of our me*at P' O
goveMen, et wltnueses. here, and he pub-. is ae It will be Interesting. .,'i' m *.,



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Disasters at P

of 650 of Mil



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The Hjtsuse Struck I
Mine, White the Yo
1. 1 Went Down Af
Collision.


S Ani Assoclated Press disl
May 19th from Toklo, Jap
Addinral Togo has reported as
"A report from Hear Admi
says that the cruisers Kale
S Tosshino collided during a fog
Arthur May 15. The Yosh
only ninety of her crew beli
"On the Eame day the battle
I.. suse struck a Russilan mine a
Giving details of the diana
'Admiral Togo says:
"At 4:15 p. m., May 15, I
fog off Port Arthur, the Kali
.. ed thu Yosshino, sinking I
In a few minutes. Ninety of
S were saved.
"The same morning the
while cruising off Port Arth
Ing the landing of the soldle
a mine ten knots east of ta
entrance. She signaled for
instantly struck another m
nk In half an hour. Three
of her crew were saved bh
boats. -

Loss of Life Frightfu
A special under date of A
from Toklo, says: Six hun
Afty Japanese' sailors and
S 'went down with the battle
S sue and the cruiser Yossh
| attuose carried 74t men, of
w':ere saved. The Yomshino c
*, and only 90 were rescued.
t 'ihe Yoshblao was a crulse
ta,.s displacement, was 850
a 'd 40 1-2 feet of beam,
t'ght was 17 feet. Her
i'salted of four 6-Inch g
bh guns and twent
dider. Her crew number
.', he Hatuse was a battle
0tP tonsa displacement a
ml eleh. 8he was only
f0, wa. built in lOnglan
long, had 76 1-2 feet
i W 37 feet of water. She
aitely armored with steel.
'sIeUt consisted of four 12-
=lAttoen 6-Inch guns, twenty
H eight 8-pounders and f
nders. She bad four torp
Snr patimated speed was 11
ir crew numbered 741 men

Causes Jqy In Ruesl
A S-t. Paeterstburg dispatch
*I of at least two' Japa
(a q ocally confirmed
dated Port Arthur re
-=r pigeons at Mukden
UNitted to the emperor early
,eda(fy morning, saying that t
es warathips had been lost
port. The message followed
peror to Koursk and no one
I' terburg knew Its contents
Si n the night, when foreign
S brought full details of the

; Btly in the afternoon
the sinking of the Shlklshln
Va.' Puji on the authority of Ru'
,v jeoe front Dalny, began to
vi4 groused the most Intent
H[ Mhea later confirmation ca
H ln of two Japanese wa
I latestt enithuslasm was a
% Wthout reference to Its eRl
.Smlpaign. the people attrlbut
'i disaster to divine inter
Russlan cause.
^'.n Itbtasn circles the Jai
itroyDhe la matter for
%ufl regrets are express


S1iht -of Ceow ,:

A pedall of Monial. f0eom Toklo
Ssays : The Japanp- dalepat"h, boat Ml-
ort Arthur Result in Loss yako was destroynd In Kew.bay by
doa 'r e -aslklng a submerged minae. Mnht cs
Sado'se untless Marines. a.... r ...
LS. s The lilyako was lost while amslsting
In the operation of clearing fits RU1.
l|TO Rn a a sen have lot th1ir Ives'. But slan mines.fromt Kepr bayi brteals
Uv t feeling of sympathy la swallowed of Taslen-Wan bay, on whlet Prt'Dal.
ul In the greater thankagiving tor the ny is situated. Admiral Katoa&a, ens-
blow inflicted mr-bhe sea power of the meander of thd third squadi'f9, returh-
ussian Pnemy. It is pointed out that the list- 04 there Sunday with 0 det0bment
suse was oneto Japan's finest battle- of fis squadron, protecting 'two .t1il-
shino ships, and-that txb loss of two, and lia at torpedo boat which.bad been
posplbly four, warships at intervals of detailed to complete aweqpipg the her-
ter a feaw days oanot fall to deeply affect bor by the removal of amnes. r.ive
Japan gaid to influence the course of mines were dla.oyerled and exploded
the campaign. and the work Was being suspended for
No surprise is expressed by the ad- the day when the boat sbr.c. an un.
patch o.f miralty at the Japanese vessels strik- daeovered minp whih exploded, a'Lth
a sy Ing Russian mines, the admiralty ez- tremendous force under the stern on
an, says: petting soh a mishap to Vice Admtal the. port side, and Inflicted immense
s follows: Togo, particularly sinoe the naval com* damage to ho bull, The MlyrLko
l Dew mander at Port Arthur has fltthfelly san in twenty-two minutes .
iral Dewa duplicated his plan which resulted' Two sailors were killed and twenty
uga andthe sinking of the Petro pa ovak. two wiere wnd4. The rest of
g off Port Wherever off Port Arthur the Japan- the crew woe re eiqd. The news o
lino m nk, ese squadron appeared during the day,- the los of the Mlyako has beene so-
ng saved., that same night Russlan.torpedo boats- rowfully received I Tokl," The .an.
ship at- stole out and carefully planted contact .erous character of the work In whi
nd sank. mines, which, floating below the pur- the Miyako was engaged Is generally
ster Vice face, would not be touched by thed- appreciated, but t was thought that
n a deepstroyers, lat thea ships of the heavier the loss of torpedo boat No. 48 under
n a deep draught, cruising in the mine fields, similar circumstances lat -Thursday
1uga ram- would be sure ti strike them The would serve as a warning to those
hie latter favorite polnt selected by the Japan- engaged in the work to exercise the
her crew ese for bomlbldments-of Port Arthur greatest care.
Is Lia Tl-Shan' promontory, and the
llasse water ha ben pmnt y, aownd th The Japanese flotilla while sweeping
iartase. water ba o bn. "thickly pown with the bay were exposed to-ethe Russian
ur, cover RussliAn thlnes.. -Other point, besidesiAre all day. When the Japlanese Lor.
rs. struck Llao-To-Sbnhav-also been mied, o boat N .48 w destroyed in
he harbor and It has been daserou 'for the Jap Ke bay, by a Russian mine, eleven
help and anese ships to crUise In those waters. men were killed and seven woenled..
Ine. She
Hundred .J10p A tl', d i The No. 48 was the first warship lost
torpedoby Jaan during the war With iRas-
Storpedo It i reported In Nluhwatg from al. -
a reliable soproe that the Japanese The Mlyako waa one of the war-
1. army frola the Yalu river has received ships which took part In the opera-
May 20th, a heavy blow and been driven back to tiefs at Kerr hay. Talien-Wan bay
and Blackney (Orde bay) the day the
dr4..ud .. E.u-wanWg-hetg. "" Ne,. 48 was destroyed. The Mlyako was
.nartle Relieve Pert Ath'r, a steel cruiser., of 1.800 tons diapiace,
chip Mat- aRlle P rt Arthoue ment and 6,180 Indleated horse power,
ilne The A. G. Hals, the correspondent of completed In 1901, and having an es
who. 00 The Cily INew (London), has cabled timated speed of twenty knots. bhe
w het 800 f opmTlin Taln as follows, under date was 814 8-4 feet long, had 86
arred Mar 0: beam and drew 13 1-. foot of water.
S 4 ussians Her armament- consieted of two 4.7
er o 4.180 '.- a i t'erIt'ted that 70,000 Rusaln Inch quick fire ghn and ten 1.8-1l8h
feet lo0, A -Xe. mtrcitnf; to the relief of Port Ar-i qu i and two torpedo tubes.
and er d the Japanese are consequent- s and t tordo tube
armblste IY hAstenlna offensive operations. _PLORIDA PRIMARY 5ENSATIORP.
uns,. eight "frty-five thousand troops have al-
y-three 8- ready bese landed at Kin-Chsu and Returns Indicate the Defeat of Sheats
red 900. Tallenwa, this entirely Inveting
e ship of Port Arthur. by Hloway.
of tfhe lat- "Tie Jaianese advanced lines are The sensations of he hour In Florida
-completed seven miles from the Russian bat- Is the defeat .In the primary of Hon.


id, was 400
L of beam,
I Was corn
Her arm.
Inch gutis
v 13-pound-
tour 8 1-2
;edo tubes
9.11 kn.ots


a.
says: The
nesae war-
. A mes-
colved by
was trans-
r Wednes-
wo Japan-
t off that
d the em-
In St. Pe-
until late
telegrams
Japanese

reports of
as and the
salan refu-
circulate,
soe Interest.
me of the
rshlps the
uanlfeated.
sot on the
te the ene-
posltlon in

panese ca-
rejoicing,
gsed that


, PLANT PRINCIPAL OWNER.

oAkplllcatoen Made to Place Lumber Mi
Company in Bankruptcy.
q: A petiUon was filed in the United
taMtet district e6girt at Macon, Ga., Lo
Brs.4y. asking U t the .Red a ,- l
tVumber Company be deolaed J
t. An order was issued by All
b ear ordering that the offlctllt. l
Sat concern appear before a court idi
iii kruptcy. VC
to ttMed by one of the petitioners O
t the petition was filed o0 account A.
the recent susmpnlonia. ot the bank- rel
Firms of H. R. Plant, Wh9 to i 1iad tre
-%V thb principal stockholder. va

IERVES NOTICE ON -CHINA.

j nM Warships Can Go Anywhere Re
J.ftet *American Subjects.
has been Informed that the '
.government claims th gal
Mdispatch warships not only Ity
Chi Leo ports declared by boe
to the world, butt also ault
waters of China -M
be ind where
4hey arc an- by
to ea e"q or re- did
the purpose f aS the he@




Launched to
,Cherus Girls .
scbeme to colp


girsaS 4


teroes., /
"kirmlshllos occur dally along the
railroad.
"It la believed that the Japanrese
Intend attacking Port Arthur with the
entire force when It numbers fifty
thousand men. They are mounting 6-
Inch naval guns on steel wheels, with
the object of illenclag the Russelan
batteries.
"The Manchurian Railway mouth of
Harbin I& constantly broken by Chi.
nese marauders, and the Russians
threaten reprisals.
"The Russians admit that they have
to contend with terrible difficulties
along the whole line. Their men,
however, are behaving splendidly and
they are very confident."

Korea Breaks With Russia.
An Associated Press dispatch from
8eoul states that the Korean govern-
ment hus annulled the Russian Yalu
and Tumen rivers timber concessions
granted In 1896. The Russian compa-
nies Interested were backed by M. Zecz
obrasoff, the friend of Viceroy Alex.
left, and reputed moving spirit of the
Russian war party, and many Ruae
alan noblemen. There have been fre.
quent differences between the Russian
aomnt-of4lolal concerns and the private
Japanese lumbermen, which Korea, In
severing diplomatic relations with St.
Petersburg, haa not felt bound io re-
spect RaelSi commerciall oontr'irts.
It Is announced from Toklo that,
Korea has fOftled her minister at St.
PeterkhufK.


EDITORS ELECT OPFICERS.
-a
major W. W. Sorewe, of Alsbamaq
Heade National Assoolation.
The editorial association in St.
ule Thur day elected oMficers as fol.
us:
President, Major W. W. Scorews, df
abama;. frt rstvice president, W. W.
lbom, of Arkansas; second vice pros
iit, W. J., Xllae, of New York; third
:e pelidint. H. B. Varner, of northh
rollnt ajor-appandlng secretary, W.
W. ahbr6ok i# Ohio; recording sec-
tary. J. I. oehr m. of Indiana:
masurer, J. .ISiE Steel, of Peunayl-
nla.

TWO TIK fTSf IN WISCONSIN.

publMpaiw if1 flte Ptll to Harmon.
ase In OChventlen at Madlaon.*
TPwovonveaetloean oth claiming le-
a steUe by riAlt 'eo delegate major
boltun prHipa ole credentials and
$ .*aiertbv tiataelIveq to be reg-
uily ,eiubIloaU. were concluded in
dleoli WliI l. Thfsday night.
Tw o iI otate beaded
Go raor 91"a .
late -tor a third rp, and tqe* other
aded. by ibitta r H t.i ewntn Bis.
I A. Cook. wre nOnte. "

MOAICAN HRLR ItV *Y WpiT.

end Sap Al Taepn Irown

,,~S~f~B =.,Li^i lettlh1jttk


Willam N. Sheats, Incumbent of the
office of state superintendent of pub-
lie schools, by Han. W. M. Hallo-
way, county suporlntendent of Alach-
ua- county. There has been a great deal
of "mud slinging" on the part of
these two candidates, resulting lu the
arrest of H6lloway at the Instigation
of Bheats, who charges him with iorg-
ery In regard to a certain letter writ-
ten by Sheate, concerning Booker T.
Washington speaking In the white
school auditorium in Gainesville last
year, all of which has- been freely
aired in the state press. Tt la under-
stood that Mr. Sheats acknowledges
'his defeat by a majority of some two
or three thousand.

HOT AFTER ALl'S BAND.

W6od to Avenge Death of Americans
Killed In Ambush.
Major General AInsworth at Wash-
ington received a cablegram Monday
from General Wade, commanding in
the Philippines, in reply to a message
asking particulars -concerning the
movement against the Mores, Gen-
eral Wiade's message being as'nfollows:
Major General Leonard Wbod, with
450 officers and men. nre en route to
recover the bodies of our killed. Two
of the number who were previoaaly
reported killed are not dead. It Is
learned thht two more who were r-
ported killed are alive.
There Is no trouble outside of Al1's
band.

SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIANS.

Fourteenth Annual Convention Assem-
bles In Mobile, Alabama.
The fourteenth general assembly of
the Southern Presbyterian church con-
vened In Mobile, Ala., Thursday morn-
lng with several hundred delegates Ih
attendance. The proceedings were
opened with prayer by Dr. J. B. Shear-
er, of Davidson. N. C., who was fol-
lowed by Dr. W. T, Palmer, of New
Orleans. This was followed by a ser-
mon by the retiring moderator, Dr.
Hopkins.

CANNOT EXHUME RSMAINL.

South- Carolina Judge Refuses Request
of Defendants In Murder Trials
A dsalt.(eh from Columbit, S. C,
ways: Otrceit Judge rnent- Gary Wed-
neaday rnteied a motion by the at-
torney of Morgan, Thrallkill to allow
the body o' B. B, Barton, of Salud.s,
wh.imn Tl.t.iklil las charged with kill-
Ing, tp be eh2humed to pe-rmit further
stLi rob for a bullet auppoaed to be In
.', yton's body. Th6 Judge held that
there was no law permitting such pro-
ceedfgaa.

STUCK IN1 A MUD 4ANK.

Mishap to Now Battle Ship Rhode
Island i Her N niiall Plafage.
The battle shipb Rhode le0smad aVs
launched Tnhtlay at theb yards of the
Pot-elvifr Silp ianb d gle Com-
pany at Quit?. Mas
Atter the Velali ,,d l't the ws*t
its launqairg creW elaptened win a
vxpteted dlsatlp fli gii#; trafl tB- I

k ht anopp4 d het :< a.Ite tJ


toro# t- anfI j"X*t' on Cmdltion f SIs.pended 0.
11,t nreft#or par"r.1% Plant Sons' Bank.

The aouth Oarolins demaerOstle Gstae N. B. Corbln. receiver of the I. C
conventlou amsembl 4 at Columbia oo Planst' BSon bank, at Macon, Ga., act-
Wedaesday and elected ap delegate at Ing under direction of Judge Speer,
large to Uhe St. Louts convention, Sen& completed at midnight Thursday night
tor, BIi- Tlman., Governor 0 C. .Hey- a .preliminary report.
ward, Mayor IR h. uett, of OCharlea- .Aacelyer Corbin states that Mr.
too, and Oateral WilUiba Jones, the Plant has lben confined to his resl-
state euliman .-of Colombia The s n-
tAoP and ternor, were elected by a.., dence for some weeks by illness and
camattion. The only other candidate on account of his condition it hiks
was United States bsnator Latlmo-, been impracticable to obtain from him
who was not present in the conven- directly the details cf the large busal
t were at strutted, ness which he has been conducting
Th"rdelegates were not Instructed, M
b it the natt rule ws adopted. A res for several years. On this account Mr.
solution was pas led after the qlectlonhs Oorbin reports that he nas been com-
calling for expreselons from the can spelled so far to rely upon such in
dilates to the presidential nominee. formation as can be obtained from
Reapont'ng, Benator Tillman declare, (te books of I. C. Plant's Son and
ed.ttiht Judge Parker was not objec- from such records as are kept by his
tlonable fo him, but he could not tell cashier and secretary. '
vow how he would vote, because condl. He also states thai a lorge part of
tieonq mgtLt change in a night. Gov. the business cointluctod by Mr. Plant
ernor Heywvard, M1iyor Rhett and Colo was transacted in his private. office
ne- Jones and the fourteenth district of which there are no records uponi
dt:egates declared that as at present the books cf I. C. Plant's Son and the
advised they favor Ju ire Parker. data of wiclh is kept In an informal
a, x-Governor John C. Sheppard is way by Mr. Plant's secretary nad will
among the district delegates. require a detailed examinatioii in con
The platform commends the admin- section with the hooksA of the bank boe
i'iratiLn of Governor Hoyward and fore a clear explanation can be had of
the course in congress of the United the apparent excess of $-44.051.98 of
States se',.tors and condemns the pren the litbiltfies over nomia .1 assess.
dent for the appointment of Willliaamn The report of Receiver tCorbln ibows
D. Crum as collei'tor of the port of total Ilabilities of $2.243.228.72. To-
Charlesftor On national lisEues it de- tal assets foot up $1.399.177.ti61
clares for such a tariff as will compel A great list could be made of poo
"the manufacturer to sell as cheaply at, pie who put their moncy in the 1. C.
home as abroad, and demands economy Plant's Sons' bank, because of the
in public affairs. faith they had In that name I
There Is no reference -to the plat. Hon. T. J. Carling, onq of the -;afest
fnims of 1896 and 1900. and none to and most cautilou business -men of the
the finane:al _que.tlon. city, had $23.000 the.r-; Miss Essle Mc
Of the eigrtoon relegates it is ce-" Millan, bookkeeper at The MaconI Tel
tain there Is not a Hekrst delegate, ograph. had there $5.000: the aivings
and In one or Iwo district caucuses of a life timo; Mrs Dr GIb-on, o
were Hearst men were candidates Vineville, had there several thousand
ticy were defeated. dollars, the money which 'same front
/ The cow ventton was harmonious, ani a life Insurance policy; Mrs. IE I.
there wero no outcroppings of format Gernsey had $13,000; Mrs. S D. Price
fa-tional divisions. hid $10,000; Dr. Ma-shall. of Roy-
.X M. Ruclker ;of Anderson, was nolds. had $56,000 depealte.l. Barlow
temporary qhalfman, uand D. S. Hea Slubbs Is out over $301,000; Sidney
dorson. of.Alken, permanent chairman, Stubbs is out about i350,000.
th- latter having defeated ex-Oovernor The list. could be enlarged until the
M. B. McBweeney, of Hainpton, for end would be far away from the start -
the poB tion. and the figures at the bottom would
be greatly In excess of tho first line It
NO WIRES FOR POOL ROOMS. might boe thought by people away from
Macon that there wns little or n'i reel
Western Union Cuts Out Gathering Ing among the people Riut that Im
News of Horse Races. presslon, wherever It obtains, would
A New York special says: Every be erroneous. The feeling is bitter
poolroom where bets on horse races It Is intense. It has been growing more
are made was without a Western Un- and more Intense
Ion wire Wednesday. At the start ugly expressrions wero
Robert C. Clowry, president and tho extent of the talk, but, or course
general manager of the Western Un- this was Idle, and to Li no one gave
Ion Telegraph company, suddenly shut heed, but as time we-nt hy the feeling
off the service of racing news to all adverse to Preshilent Plant nnd the
classes of subscribers in Gotham other hank ipeoploe began crystallizing
Tuesday afternoon, and Thursday morning a half dozen
This action of Colonel Clowry's, tak- of-the leading citizens of Macon, elch
en entirely on his own Initiation, with- a man of standing and character.
out Instructions from his board of signed a call for a mass naeet lng to
directors or any pressure from the be held at 10 o'clock Prilday morn
authorities, was the result of claims Ing.
recently made public by police offl- One of the moving spirits In ihe
cl&as that the poolrooms of New York convention. Hon T. J Carling. went
city could not exist without the West- to the bank only a few days before
-ern Union service. Recently a civco t closed doors and stated to the cnsh-
organliation, called the City Clua, ler that he had been Informeod that
made public charges that Ift the West- the bank was slinky.
ern Union woul4 assist therm the pool- The cashier denied mml enitphatifral
room evil In the city could be over- ly the story, and upon that alnial Mr
come. The action of Colonel Clotyry Carling not only deposlitcil somoihlng
ip the result, like $4,000, but it was upon ithe show-
Following his action in discontinu- ing of his bank hook in a IWiv who
Ing to all subscribers in New York was seeking a hank in which it) plao(
city a report of the racing at various some money that she hanhiad in her nill
tracks in this country, Col. Rubert and now finds herself pennll ess.
C. Clowry notified the general super- ----
intendents of the company at New REUNION VISITORS DROWNED.
York, Chicago, Atlanta and San Fran- --
cisco, that tae collectlpn and distrl- Sad Accident Mars Meeting of Confed-
bution by the Western Union Tele- orate Heroes in Charleston.
graph Company of horse race reports Two visitors to the Confederate re.
would be discontinued forthwith. Tho Tovsto t t C d n -
text of the notice to the superintend- union In Charleston, S. C.. J D-.
eats read as follows: Carmlchael, of Dillon, and J. W. lIar-
"It has been decided to discontinue mon a Confederate vcternn, of Lex-
forthwith the collection and ulistrl- inglen. were drowned Thursday after-
bution by this company of horse race noon in the harbor between Frt Sum
reports. ten and Fort Moultwie by the upset
It is stated on authority that the tiag of a boat. Two other occupants
WoeLern Union, by refusing to handle swam to Sulllvanh s Island and the
racing news, cuts off a source of rev- three others of the parly were nearly
eonue that has been worth $6,000.000 drowned, being rescueti Just in time by
annually to the corporation. men from the lifo saving station.


EXCESSIVE FREIGHT RATES.

Witheness Testify that Railroad Dil
criminate Against Atlanta.
According to the statement of one
witness who testified before the Geor-
gia railroad commission In Atlanta
Tuesday morning In the rate hearing.
Atlanta would have a large canning
factory but for the excessive freight
rates and the fact that Nashville..
Tenn., could ship canned goods to
Savannah cheaper than similar goods
could be shipped from Atlanta to Ba.


NORTH STATE REPUBLICANS.

Name Full Ticket and Incidentally


LYNCHED BY OWN RACE.

Negro Tramp In North Carolina Suf-
fers Death for Assault.
A negro tramp was lynched at Sea-
board, N. C., Thursday night by a
crowd of his own race, who swung him
up for an assault upon a 7-year-old
'colored child. A policeman was tan his
way to jail wLth the man when he was
overtaken by an infuriated mob of
colored men, who took the prisoner
from the officer's buggy and hanged
him to a nearby tree.

B04TORS IN CONVENTION.

National Assoclat'on Assembles at
World's Fair In Annual MeelJna.


Make Slap at Colored Votere. A St. Louis dispatch says: The nine
A .fall state ticket was nominated tenth annual convention of the Na.
by North .Carolina republicans at tonal ElItorial Aasoclatlon, compris-
GUeensboro Wednoaday night, headed Ing fiAv hundred delegates iepresont-
by Oharlee J. Harria, of Jackson cou-. I g the state press organizations of
ty. for governor, and Isaac M. MeKo- he United Blates. convened Monday
ins, of Puaquotank, for lieutenant got in the ball of congress for a sbsason
e9nsor. of tour days
C. P. Fruler. la his address of
wedcotase, 'oked applause by declaring
that "We need two creat parties I RUSSIAN RETREAT CUT OFF.
the soutn composed of men of the
sasie raei dominates by the best men Japss aid to Be Between Clar's Troope
of a.t* and Mukden.
According to a telegram received in
the Preslont's hint to the pabTltab Rome from Tokil. two Japanese divi.
-era thpt lntemational courtesy Is Aons have arrived near amikden with
god tita. so, the Fhbladepbia Led the object of cutting General Kuropat-
getr'. a idtoalt be I ien d nor. lWh6 kin'j line of retreat northward.
ty ethidored by those to whom It
wag eoaretaoaly giveMn. alul it 1t
of a4poa knowledge that atis news&- Senteor quay Selousey ill.
seu one entry a0st an- A disprich trout Waah.angton san:-
l t .oanly wounded, W1t has I nitol States 8a21atoC S. Quay's.
,.pea bj-dag an d $ttag Oc-tdcotua iA r*piort" -to be less na
Jan e t t r ed e peea a: ccrsaflh, s ery cry eeation tO Iaesg
.sttOtW i wnA~r l take .by th sigpb lOe P W Ot r
a 'p'- *e a 1 -t-a '* *


F. "k np of Islands it

Drought and Low Tem pera- b.w s 14t l at t s c,,,,oral
tre r P gHavoc, of hies Swat fotm an' other island,
ture are Playing HaVOC. and the nattves o hAlf naked like the
other dwellers of the South Seas But
I they have learned one great civilized

A MOST GLOOMY REPORT art. Just the same, and that isa the art
Sof hbUding ships,
About forty years ago a Portugiuese
i ailgr wa.r landed there from a "lalling

Georgia Agricultural ., Commissl3n ship. WPlen his vessel sailed away
Shows Status of Condition Which hbe remained behind, for the lazy charm
eems to -beeneraof he Pacifcl island life. had tente
Sto be Cenarl over h m. and e head decided-to leave the
the Cotton Belt O restless asea and live the rest of his
-days on the- worm, sleepy beaches,
According to Information gathered where o one worked,
of agrcultureoon lie married the daughter oft
by the state department of agriculture chief and became a trader. After
the Georgia cotton crop is In bad con- many years an American captain via.
dilton. The weather has been unfavor- ited. the Islands during a trading voy,
able planting has been backward, and age l the. South Seas, and when his,
I vessel shortly afterward became Laisese.
the portion of the crop already up Is worthy be set to work on the bet. L io
making a poor showing. build a new one.
Commissioner 0. B. Stevens. In a let- The Portuguese sailor's two sgats
of Agricultuiru Re elpeA him and learned a grent dial(
ter to Commissioer of Agriculture about the operation. The Island 4
R. Poole. of Alabama, Wednesday, gave fine bard wood on It, just the kih.l of
an account of the crop condition of timber that shipbuilders value, becaiiis
Coorgia. Commissioner Poole, In his It will not rot or waterlog readily. lhoi
captiflis at lent succeeded in tinthi,g a
letter, stated that the Alabama crop s good forty-ton schooner and illed
in a very serious condition, not more awoy In ber.
than one half be.ng up; stands are Before oung the two boys had biiin
very poor in the earlier planted cot- to teach the natives something of that
ton. The continued drought is proving they hand picked up, and soon, .iiNtiil
to be very serious with us." of the primitive canoes anud d 'tIoits
In reply Commissioner Stevens star that the Marshall Islanders have >i--,,u
ed that there had l-oon very llttlo. if using ror centuries, the folk of thl- I.I.
any, Improtement in the crop in GeCor- iheb Atoll began to build canoes wunolo
gia. His letter continues in part. 9 of carefully fashioned lumber miid
lows: pinned together with rivets.
"The (try weather hns continued co.al Now there is a real shipyard on tills
r-nd eIry during a great portion of the little speck lost In the wide P' aill'.
time since spring sot in. The weath'ir A high roof under the paints on ill.
during the last w"ek wan dry except beachli greets the mariner, and whl.h 1e
that light scattering showers occurred litnds be sees vessels on stocks, .itoferi-
on Inast Saturday Drouklit. howove", tools Inyling around and everything
cotilnules in many sections, and the looklug Just as It does in a shil"ynnl
soil in practically all counties Is tod anywhere on the American costt: ily
tCrv for a' imination and growlh. Cott- instead of workmen in overalls he scps
ton is making little or no growth. A dark natives with hardly any elolthlg.
large perch' ntago of late plantins Is I The wood from which the knee-a aqii,
large pentagon of late plantings con- timbers are cut comes from an Islhndt
not up: sthn'!s of ear4 plantings con-
notnup;po. MaNiny fields arn sill] utn- on the western side of the lagoon. It
tinue pooi. NMany fields ar t sil I Is called katnoe, and is extremely hand.
planted, owing to the protracI sonime, looking much like black wnlnut.
drought. Cultivation Is In nrogresa In It has the valuable property of gro-w-
the southern portion of the state. 1 ,Ing harder ns It grows older, and imai.'s
few sctlortions report favorably as to co:- flo vessels.
ton, but (tke the co'ton sitnatlon as j 'ooliA-all of them of the best kind
a whole In the state. I regard the out- -wood for spars, etc., are shipped to
lock as p.aomy, oven worse than th a ikileb Atoll now from New Zealand,.
time last year. Iand the boats that are turned ourt In
"Wheat nnd oats are falling rapidly tile savage island have been compari-d
owing to the lack of moisture. Even with Amerincan and English built it.s-
ccrn Is beginning to show the effet's sels that live touched at the piht'r.
of the extreme dry woeathor. A few and found to be excellent in every ie-
p~pches a.-a being" shipped from south spect.
Georgla. Tl.ls. I believe. covers the si' The sait-ngo shipbuilders have n quiir
nation In our state. There will he t.o seale of prices. If a chief wants a
Mfay graea to fight duringg this year. schliooner of, say, twelve tons, bullet r.or
Our report' from other states shove him, they charge him $1000 for it, l.1ii
the following conditions: i lf a poorer person wants the sane
"FProm South Carolina the rainfall kind of n vessel they will charge ninly
deficlencv continues In all parts of the a hundred dollars less. They do this
slate with drought prevailing except ',, quite openly, and explain It by saying
limited localities. that the chief, being rich, can afford to
"Since tl.o beginning of the crop set pay niore than a poor person for Ilia
son the deficiency In rain ranges from same thinag.-Washington Post.
four to seven inches. The drought.with VWritten About Women.
cool weather, has become serious I A man never so beautifully shoiun
throughout the state. Wells are fa.l- his own strength as when ho respect'
In- and water courses are dry. Thie a woman'fs weakness.-Douglas Jer-
Rtands of cotton range from good .c rold.
very poor. Lato plintlncs are not yet They govern the world, these sweet
up especially In the dryest section. voiced wimen, because beauty nial
The nights have 'eon too cool for hlarmiony are the Index of a larger fact
rapid grcowlh of cotton anda points are than wisdom.-O. W. Holmes.
drying up In the southern counties. |ae Ths-c ihing I know ov Is a fuqt
"In No-lh Carollnr. similar condl- rates Wife. And the next best thing 1-i
tionns to Iht of South ('anolina anI a sReond rate one.-Josh Billings.
GOorgla prevail." I All women are good-good for sonie-


ATTACK COSTLY TO JAPS

Two Ships Lost in Latest Bombard-
mrent of Port Arthur.
Russalan refugees who arrived itn
Cho Foo Wednesday on a junk from
Port 'Dalny say that the Japanese bom-
barded Pocrt Arthur on Monday.
Russlan officers who were on Gold-
en Hill declared, according to the rotef-
ugees, that during the bombardment
a Japanese battle ship and a cruiser
struck mines and sank.
The war ships reported to have been
sunk off Port Arthur are the battle
ship Shilklsma and the armored cruls-
er Asama.
The story is not believed In Che Foo
but the Russlans who brought the
news Insist that it Is true.

JAP OFFICERS EXECUTED.

Captured In Attempt to Dynamite
Bridgee--Went to Death Gamely.
Details have been received in St.
Petersburg from Harbin regarding the"
execution, April 21. of the two Japa-
nese officers. Yu Koka and Okl, for
attempting to dynamite bridges and
destroy telegraph communication of
tho eastern China railway.
The prisoners admitted they were
part of a detail numbering one hun-
dred men. whose purpose It was to
destroy the railway at various points.
When told that they must execute an
extremely brave people, they repil-
e',: "Not at all. We are carrying out
our duty and the order of the mika-


The prisoners were executed on
April 21 by the new and old towns of
Harbin, In the presence of a large
crowd. They were shot Instead of
being hanged. upon order of General
Kuropatkln.

ACCOUNTANTS AT WORK.


Depoalters Await Report on Condition
of Suspended Sankl at Macon.
'he ecJtement Camed by the asus-
penalon of the Firt ? Tonal and the
, pr.wat _cans_. oLU..&l..tsSos


thing, or good for nothlug.-Cervantrf".
I'lhappy is the man to whom hli-
own mother has not made all olho'r
nolliers venerable.-Richlter.
A beautiful woman Is the only ly-
rant-iman Is not authorized to resist.-
Victor Hugo. '
A curious fact-Satan deprived Job
of everything except his wife.-Observ-
or.
A good book and a good woman are
exc:llcnt things for those who know
htow. to appreciate their value. There
arc men, liowever, who udge of both
ly the beauty of the covering.-Dr.
Johnson.
What Is womnn? Only one of na-
htre's agreeable blunders.-Bulwer.
If woman lost us Paradise, she alone
cnn restore It.-J. G. VWhittier.
A beautiful woman is a praclleal
poem. planting tenderness, hope anti
eloquence in all whom she appronel ".
-Emerson. -**.*m fw
The Hlissl tRegret.
A very amusing and characteristic
story of the late Princess Mathilde is
going the rounds. The Princess was
lining at the home of M. and Mme.
Ganderan with some of her most de-
voted frIends. At the hour set for din-
ner one of the guests, Oerome, the
great painter, had not arrived. They
halted a long time, and then suddenly
the Princess cried:
"By the way. I received a telegram
to-day from Gerome, who is in Cadim.
asking me to give his apologies for not
being able to come to-night"
"But. Princess," exclaimed Mme.
Ganderan. "why did you not tell us
nhout it earlier?"
"W.y. many dear,", returned the Prin-
cess. "I am Just beginning to feel hun-
gey." -
Isl ePreemnt.
"To-morrow, Maria. will be your
birthday, and I want to give you some
appropriate present. What shall it
be?"
'"Whatever your kind heart may Nsug
gest, John."
(Next day). "'Maria, yo know how
Four poor back has saffired from pull-
tug off my boots aIn the evening? It
Will not suffer any oq=ret7y love. See!
I have brought o ta ni.e new boot-
jack, which I can ue hqeeafter In-
stead."


Sprivte bank of L C. Plant's Bons, .t
Macon, GI%. Is subsiding, and the peo- n te
ple are patiently awaiting the repot I ln the mirrorG of tj 4 the light IS
eo the condition of affairs of the in- reflected by a lay r Uo anso
stitutlons. P* will be several days be. m alm of tin, it -O ieUn of
to e the report will be ready I IIsht 'is t s e th. he
ixkd the tang l|ew tU t ,
muitu-al. Th val.ueglass
Chinese Ports Opened." i ls all
An Imi.- '!al edict volu'nr.aU taIr tf te Ss.a, i
K. Pck,'nWedns.da opens to the
comm-C.o of the World th pe..t.
*ltW Sbm.QqpsRaej -


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"'.'g'- .T.-'', _- -
"':," .,- ,'O B.' "i 1 W lS. ".

aW' esj o, "BesBut now the gentle inland breeze
Elo SA w l lienila sB lfre?e Wafte fitful down the ways of blias.
FOr Oft,- am O beaut shrubse I drift. There are no lights t de.
aBi.e glaed the nUngs of the year. -A wilful heart nmy conpass u .


With epn.sfigts pf 5 jpealeef) ale.. i i
And mFima's not itn any ode;
Amit th k irrant-btshacn a n i
A brana bee grumbhi-pg with her lead.
In "
Wans ever ivon so calm a port?
And yet-rand yeat, tho' no seas run,
Nor anbhors drag, was ever heart
Eo sore affrighted under sum?

Thle sailor paced the.garden 'round;
ltis brown -hands plucked the hanging
"1 do uotour the tides," ha said,
"And wind's will is a woman's way.
V.
"What charts are tjiere to help me now?
S 'Where brcak the reefs I do not know?
I lIid my course by susn and stare--
cod's tested marke-a year ago.


VII.
The sailor paced the garden 'round'
an.e apple-bloom swung close bestile.
"is there no pilot here,' he asked,
"To con me through this honeyed tide
VIII.
He turned, and saw her in the path-L-
Sweeter than all the garden bloom.
"I cannot find niy way.' he said,
"Through this uncharted garden room.
IX.
"The sun swims down a rosy fog;
And love burns lights I cannot rend
The choice mewan lifef-or death, and ;r
Know not which flower-flag5 to heed."
X.
She said, "Love's light should sign
clear."
Was ever voyage so blrave as this
Sailed in an inland garden Iti.-e
Between a ithelariache nri a is,'"
-Woman'a Juloc CC tuparaiou.


.....The Pae Blue ......Cashmere Gown





The Pale Blue Cashmere Gown


'03 --2: Dt~bi-q


BY SARAH S. PRATT.


g.. .. ma ..


- ..CI4.. ItE nheverenld John I.nw- nzninll? Iler tron-'astni was long age
Sreireo sat at Ilis stttudy3 oiliist i'il, andl now' she lived anI
o m ta iuible, leiuling one lisi .l niiotelt d hadb lter leing In blacI
t how, hsl usually busy pI' ti h lilitgs ilild brown-ii t lng.A, anid all things
. held Idly bhtwee.u lils fitnn linit e wouldli't Ishlolv dirt.' Oh, dear
p"-. i.' gaiized far over the plieil liut--llhss'.,I afrtlirhliesght!-wouldn'l
i -. -:,like 'xtpre'shlon In his lliosilil- s -li rnIltler ibe Ilho wife ot John Law
fill -; I' b-'lleved that Ithl Ime t ies erI''-s iii Il.ln li"lllhllitin s ind brows
cI I '.viX'n tliose plains viot ihl bi-- .s.-r1:,-. Itliin an.1slioily else lin the world?
1 AI t .I l t( 'ill. i tU is liolyitfulie'.- * *
1sl,1 i : ie ; *' Ills m slsionary life lici i- 'The ll lirldeintl if St. Maryv's Auixlilary
lifill, lit sce;eetl to bso the tlii lIs s %is rI pplii;g -1,11y11 for order. She was
I,. lin.:, lin llriiig and ln iluistcriils:* t1 ri'e:- liig a leittr a.'llig tihat the te--
ih,. I, i-ipl. Already lie hadl visiesn itiil .i-hi I.siireniico would be deeply
il :1 i hi.- l \i lhereic his own a ifs- r is i rail fir ii n uit., nu overcoat, et
h.: Ii lhe.- rolling tPelri; vis'iols -'f et-.t r.i. It iMwe \whlleni sie ciame to the
n ls .i-'.l. I a givild-hiinso aiit hl m 'id-Itil- (,u r..ii t Ihi. : Iii., i.-m fusion arose; for
ri' i-. \. r' thli- sl' Bi 'ii e st ini l.t 111. i lli i a1. r iri 'tl 'nlly new over-
-, i" l- ~s:itag.'. v':r t li t faict Iunut l ..it wlis h hli lir prsi's t coachinia ,
in 5 ir I l.13 oonie poor little %ivnoll,im It'lri .1 a it, -I. nei tl itit swic r. It was ox.
t hli'h iihling wits to be fineiiil lin sit.l lie-i Ilt i rce'el MIr. [Lawrellee'a
ii iii sili-s dil not in t Ihe Iclrst liter .'. :-. i-ll it iin i,' n it ile alie questioned
ftI r illi 11ildreaunms. hIi thlr li i o-uld lIe tie correct thing
ll' i I., gK lie nilglit h.i ve si !rri-itsii '-,1 for i-li-ri':tl \at'.-Tir. 'Tlhe entire auxiliary
]1.- 0:11, li' iio s, bslt lhe was Ire'ie:tlid 1'.3 s' t IIt li ri- :i r'ien- this. point, when the
ia ;: %, -i .- -,i s p illng to h im : t is r .l.it ,. i s.sl i lthmin.
"I iln l nily-i.v wo inches s almr in l h "n.ll l.04. vmo c ln l illscuss this m matter
.. .l l... ...l...1-.t I.4l.. 1, I i Let ,l i, iIn lsh ren llin this le t-


1 I 1. Un i, n :1119 Illy SMi Ei d-igti IS
f .., ,'0. Y o w y o u a .3N 10 P


S.i-i,-- ,~-nu .i li." lie niiSwered, villh a
i..i,' ii taking Ull his tn fliel li i,
-v i. i I nspicuously on hills d si;.
"1 1i.1-, t fI Hint letter off tociley; I ti
1' I. .' lr i-nsire you mtuyself. YX I
!.1 l .I ;I '' iihl.":will-'pd v.-lH h n strll'g .
,:i' i f iiiltsvi sv t'i, i el i 'i-e' "
diis si -i sine in, feathe'r dust- in1
lit.% d si sl : ; ha. drew l ie line ln '.il
I r I l.,- t. In- it'rollpped a kiss sIl .>e lis'1
f,,s ".ii
"i tia..- Ih 1-'y u Iil a'-iid you tso villi iig
pr ."
t\i- I -i \ ii.-, Imtbrst Into Intigliter.
'i' i, i 5 sf stn tii.v i g pit ilt' iii fi
H ",,, I it' I, .1,' i t '. tll in es-ct- l hl tsil
* nft Ii lI 'i :iiih i ihio ,nn tire ( f lt h Ji i"
'- i-' i '. i\ ,(eld, lile I lin s, -' :i'
ti 1l : I't t!-:it they nin llie:.
i -',i:. |ii-.;'- lls [' ,1 ysoi i 'sI 4 lis i
5\lli Ii. II s--e ('iesgp 'l"

s' l ;til Ii s l t t il ItI so'-ns vs 'ry oli
i-i;, ,';, i c li ei ho fringe ti isi 'l

"", i ,'l Ilrea am --"! Yon ilon't
Liii-,, uI t I. |pri-tly. You don'l Fse'
nlit.\ l :I"l le your beloved Snind-ny
0'+" ,ii it:gllht classes nud s.ck
PI" A:. ilhr-uinaie old Indianu wosln-
aii i I iri l nto Ton if---"
"-I' f it ,"' 1lristlnu! tes, I lidtillt
It" I- .1 g;:-nilly; "all of God's cren.
*tr.'- ;i,. I lnnilful to me, and one of
lh, i. ,i, 1t I nuiififil." nud ngnin het
l"' li t :i ltI,.lhg caress and resuui ,d
S'h1 ,,..-. |iill-!') cases, street suit for
i 2 r.: -~ sv rinial suit for myself, o.-er-
'i t e to ask for that, but It Is
Sitsis si nas. itly in this.bleak land."
I I i'nail nire again the friendly let-
te', In wshichl I lehad been urged to
SInLak kLnon all bls needs, assuring
9- hila tat:i til.. would be supplied, so
far iidoil>. eby a branch of the
on n'lin 1 A xilliary.
h "sh, '.'t I,', whiIch had so irked the
piri'h (,f lit:i.V n missionary, never of-
.fsn-,.i .l.tis ii uawrence. He gave little
loiu- s.irf. irs DlvJuo Master
hn h1t''1 n111 uslina. and his own hor-
tn i "fell. t'o rtch, too broad, for nty
-..Petty i"'-i5 i- crento even a speck
.fln ii hqtq 110 sometimes reflected
st" 5% -,-i. liis wife keenly disliked
.thl i':1" (of anisilonary life. lie
tu'.Il e r.. ll'get nt times that he had
hate fi onti a Inisurlous home; but
isn i''i ,- iveni her a greater oppor-
1lnit I ; -id'sl work? And was she
ti Is,, .': i( WPveetly And nmcomplfln-
*1t', I!, >would try to believe that
sip cliI 0 cars', ,
ll.".I "i,''ontile. Mrs. Lawlence wais
Shutting ill,, ittIng.room., and she had-
t ii a standstlilt before a little
ory nniahir- of herself, the prices
Sliih .o,,|ld" alnmoet have cald for.
ril'"lilti in their modest tl e. It
SrM ind l.ln iillsheed school und wi* areab-
-b- r n i'ltit hn that d ainlg ge-nts w
on s as, it v d p als 'inch he ia. d
nired.l her in Iti
iAle. Is there anytLhlg wa itW

Nabtl I' will snppjp 4rv spop

S. he calle, a iittl
*ip; 'rie tell tkf I lf,'- #
a Pale bilue uaisth
thelR she smiled-1
uch a request f' s
e.-"Iee11 atng I '"*,
.~^^


l'r. I\\lir \i s t I? 'Sheets, pillow
t.i-,, -. t 1.1 l -'li. nicld'-what is this?
-n p lt ii i -c- siinti-re gown'l"
.% p.ic Iile .:i.s- hnitire gown! Had
,'. -h,, Il f-ir nil iauilont oloile coat the
-r ,i,,.it cit lI i, ir l ve produced more
irt -"s "'li ..'% \s:its a deep silence.
I-:'.'s ths -'i.-s hl, alit found nothing to

'".\ illtu- uinlsi.al." t .she finally said.
iV'. I is-s ir I'ail a liti hlue cash-
-ir-.' is,' is it IIy ifs''r," gasped some

I'll ll
Is'l es'"hlu, ,-, t.'htih l'' anothi Fr

.' i. i st.I ll I : t', s.lit of slylc;c '
: i i h I l l.I >.l
NN s. l l w i -ll l i l. -i ,t' l t ll o potn.
"^\\' I I1 h ,' I h- r h1 *"i ll 10 l- t

It 1.sri'nis lt'i '1 l fI II'-.i 'f n llt' w orld-
lin -< Itn n Inii.ls's .Vs \iifs,"
i !' s-lieiill i'ntv, i-.siievii liltclr than
I-) li V .lc'l fillr it '"
"Thn iic( n of olir mionpy going for a
pile i Ini e casiiiere gowli!"
So title c(lil elilsl Oi' It ItlOln lld, till
'ei'r3r. ti )I II. s i li id l(.sr iy: ili le of
ilhlii hli'l i, or ihre' "says.," ani
illhy woei' rev cnli>gly gspliing for Ireath
1o say soise'thlin ev\-el niore severe,
i\elin a its she'll fell In their tinilst.
"Whliy hshonl'ln't ithe Ioave a pile blue
aIllisimt're gon\ne SIhe is >probalsly aS
ontsng wui-nen,. hiid mayll'c has siot a
silille pr' etty Iling! 4 l) griel)aus!"
:in l tili i peaiker grow s', rilegi'te Iliat
le nrose' slinld stood falng m then, lier
flce rosy with exciteimeneit.i "1 hiiv
lihlped swith box after boxs Itl tihs to-
ciety, ned npt er halve l seen n really
pretty thing go into then. They are
so deadly practllenl. Hlw it will wenr,
ihow it will wash, whether it will show"
dirt-I sympathtlize with I1s 'yolln
womnan away out there nmong Ihlose
Indlans, depeildenlt on na ihrd hearted
things for the little she wants-. (od
knows," she added, even uire esnr-
nestly, "where they get tile grace to
sustain them In their'work. As for
this goviwn"-Iihr voice trenihbld a lit-
tle--"let us give It to her. 'anhmfnre
Is cheap, and Just finailene hier pleas-
ure; and do you know. I tlisnk a pret-
ty gown would hiave a chelerfuil effect
on both herself and her hu'l-anid. Ppr-
hnlps It might even convert a few nmore
ludlans." She sat down, a litlhe est-
barrassed by the feeling sbe had
shown.
"We might make iher a mother hub-
bard If you are so bent ou It." some one
said doubtfully. "Made up plainly It
would not cost Imuch."
"But it mustn't be a mother hub-
bard. I wouldn't doom even a wo-
man living among the Indians to that.
If we send It at all, let It be pretty.
Let us put our hearts Into It and make
it a beautiful surprise for her. She
will probably expect something ugly,
If she expects it at all."
"1 ,don't know why we should dise
criminate this way in favor of Mrs.
3tln Ltawirve, We have never done
it before." A evere 'voice threw a
damperr on the proceedings.
"Mrse. Jqhn Lawrence." echoed an-
Othe: "prwy lt Ie see that letter
-frl.a John Li wreace was an honor tut
ast iln my edla at college in 1800
,aid 1 iellve JI m safet a saying thai
Je n =aa w be*f who could ourr
ll er a- reai i 0i "hi B llW h iC artried a
i 9Vtid At w t
SK^ ii" ,.oim -cwidt1r at.d *


o quietly th.e ib t wgp -'and the actionn of it D 3
tou erybodyl to tt O -O-O.O-O- -o-o- oo-o-o-o a great deal more than the
to give tethultf. It was alMt IIemenut of a pollute captain In any el@l
delightful As dressing a doll A OF M today. Probably the blest marshal
St. Mary's Auxiliary had turned ouldt odgi C('ty ever land was Patr:ek
many a box, but never had anything .__._ ~-.-.'.--s Shugrue. This little horlasehoar never
aroused such Interest as thsla new bit| build It iereparnry tei kill a alats, 1l-
of work. It became a fRd: with its D221is of FravCry by Towh Mar-. though hlio 'ri.'a nan ta4 OonsllS
silken llining, Its dainty fruille of lace in the West, gunflghters .:ht,:,. of il-irln Lhi ti1akes
its fagotingg" and exquisite ac lessal under cireutsintaicsi wh-Ltohilwere 6deli'
leg, the beautiful Empire gowa lay -- *. edly hutmillathng to them.
7', complete. The Aurlilary women wio -o--l0J-o--o.-O-o-o o--o:6-o-o:0-0-o.f It.e Daniisa, who inme lto the pub.
were parking the box stopped ftr- lit 'yd if f lirit t aigo1 alRo on account of
iuently to admire aad almost to caress StOl.1 HE kl;llling of Outlnw .lalles th contrdverpy Over his apitltltiMent
It. A AlrlcKiltney ll a 'Chnuese its United States Mearshail f a ta flde
"I hate to see It go," said the secrI- Joalhilse at Batkerafi.ld, as a priilnent figure at Dodgel ttt
tary. l Cal., has AePtFred to recall in Its wildeat days. Daniels &was every
"It has doume ts more good thbn any.* i0t? FOMM of thle plu'ty eeds i t R utinflpihter, and lie had made. a
thing we over 4id. What n lovely Idea of rfitous frontier inar- biga reputation as-*A Icllert when the
it wasal" the trealsarer said. "I don't ltfals, who never lheslalted to ente' Ipeople, following a liappy costdiWl, iea*
begrudge the mnoley at all." naly pine or ito conifltlt any oddil wlitn tied that .t would be better to hav6
"Let me fasten this In." Some one striving to make u n arreb. MeKllltey; .dsich a ane as a peace orticer thon as/
bent over tihe gowlt and tacked In a who sl.t Charles llikey, ktowin as n A eat'e destroter.
mal little facthet of violet. the conwloy p'iinlst, at Kiignamuin, Aril., eLuke Short, another inefllltbr of tihe
"And Iimust slip this handkerchiefT w13 It dlperadlo of the worst type. I odge City circle, ninde sis nauie ffa-
luto Its bosom;" another deftly tucked lIe was kn:wtl tIo tie ii stir re st slidl ouals in the dn.s of Miasterson, PDau-
an embroidered kerchief into Its folds (lit'k li 1h tliht gi ll. ('oeii.qll in4'itl.v, i1ls, I al., i y the proniinent part heo
"I live writlen this note to may deear irr hi l lriUail u nind liutprovokePl I k i tniI it lic fi'stivilen along Tr'eas
old friend, and have told her what n del' of Blakey, liin 3li MiKliiniey tlurneil tr'eept. Short, unlike lehivd Mather, or
pleasure this baa been;" and the note. lll at lUnkerstilld, tie tlown miiirshil plilge City., wns n oet anti tariet
too. w"as pinned to the blue gown. kiew that be was ftwill1 death as slei0ts ih,1 v. ir. L stuher, who w'ss inel.trslseil.
Andi so, with Ilttle final adjustment, s:s 1lit' got within range of Mcs'Ktiiie.'f Atil who s.huttle.l aloiing eil. stre.t- wlth
nid pats of admiration, the blue gown. gull. P.ut McKinney's tl f1' ro0 1h ll a lint psiullel lown oerv his eye', Illd
, soft aid niustling and .enveloped In jslioustwas returned withLsuch good a trick of throwing upfislets Ileeins ntl
white (Issue paper. was put Into its ffect telt tlhei outleiw was killed. whninlig and protesting whcu some tel.
Individual box. and shipped away. High not until h(l had slain le)PPly low "hlad maun" "got the drop" on him.1
with more praecllical thing, to thb land W II. l. Tlbets land mortally wounded itna-l'iably Mather's opponent would
of the Indlana nnd tLe plains. City Mairsbal T. J. l'ackarid, of the op- neglect to fl e aild his psltol arIn wohils
e posling pnrry. drop at lIls aide. Instantly Mather'a
Mhrs. Lnwrence e cam home some- Trds like this were not icoilllli lown gln would leap forth d the Cor.
what discouraged from her sewing In the VWelt a few years ago. In ,at*, owner of Dodge ('ity would haie asiotlirh
school one afternoon, to find her house when a llant accepted the lueltrai's case to attend to.
In great disorder. Everything was stm' or service Iiadge tie knew pretty Luko Sliort over adopted this style
covered with clothes, it seemed. The well that lhe was taklug long chances of lighting. lie prt-lcipated In some
box bad come and her husband had Iin N gaine with death, particularly If of the hottest fights ien the history of
lost no time in opening it. The street i l hiailiPened to lie in a coutiunity thnt ICsniass, botlh In Hays City aind Dotlge
sult for which she had asked confront. wta fa tor'ed witll the presence or ity,, but Ilo lian could ever say Ilmat
ed her from tlhe bookenase: dark, neat Isanny menas of the "bad" type. Short took; a mean advnitage'. lisa
and servleenble. She examined It with T'owns I likeDodgP City and Hays prowess ts aa gnufighter glillued hhil nAll
enthusiasm. City. Knn.; Toneibstone, Aris., and pointmcnt as Slierlfr aneli linlutratlll, nIld.
"rlihey were so good, weren't they, Le ndrlle. 'ol., were the bright partic- like other "bad men" who rose to Ilieiw
John?" nlnar gathering places of lih knights of official positions, hoe niale a good of.
o "Good! My.dear, the Auxiliary Is nl- the revolver, and the history of the etier, taking pride in his anhillty to
d ways good. Now, don't say anything 'hbad 1 e91" and of the takers of "bad bring the worst outlaw to jisatice.
ak bout your brown sack with the black non" is so nlangled that one 1r at a Probably the gentlest of all the hor-
. fringeI The Auxiliary well, you lo s to know to-day where to find the der characters of thUe starring days of
! know what I think of ItI SBeel They line that marks the desperado from the Dodge City was J. B. Omohundro, bet.
t have sent us everything, even to the upholder of the law. In fact, it was a ter known as "Texas Jack." Omnto-
- last thing on the list-your blue cash- common custom In the West to select hundo was a protege of "Buffalo Bill."
mere gownl" He handed her the box. .as R'titrlI a mwan who bad made a ree- He dressed mitch after the.stylo of Codly
? "My pale blue cashmere gownl John ord nas a killer. Many a "bad man" and was much In 'lemannl among bur.
Lawreneel You didn't really writo hlia accepted the badge of marshal or talo hunters as a guide. He was one
that, did you? Oh, what must they Flaerlff' nd bhaits ade a notable recorJ of the most skilled IndIan fighters that
have thought" 81ie sanik Into a chair, In the office. over blnaed a trall through the wilder.
pale and.distressed. Doidge City and Hays City. an., ness, and he was one of-the first white
"I think the dress tdlls what they though now the most peaceful towns then to penetrate Yellowstone Park,
Thoughtt" He lifted the delicate gar- hi.iithe world., have had a number of entering that great place of natural
mont an If it were a baby. amrsabals v.ltlh double records. Dodge wonders soon after Jim Bridger made
"Sllkl Lacel Perfumet A trnint City, which int partlenlar was the can- his famous trips into the Yellowstone.
Join. I can't believe It Is mlnel And tre of the butrnlhl hunters, horse steal- "Texas Jack" never provoked a qunr.
I can't help crying! didn't mean It. era, cowboys, so'dlers nnd adventurers rel, lbut when In.one lie wan known as
I said It in a half-joking, half-cynical of nal sorts a generation ago, points anything but a "quitter." He waa
way. never thinking you would ask for with pride to its gunfighters whose ree- called upon, in his day. to brluing many
It, and see how they have repaid me or"ds are those of lawbreakers as well men to justice; but. like Pat Shugruie,
for my tunfnith! Everything Is so beau. as law enforcers. hi seldom found It necessary to inako
tlfnl, so dainty! There's so much love As good an example of the "bad a gunr play.
In It, John : That's what touches me. nnan" t erned marshal nos lloe can point Unlike most of the kulghts of the
It meansi the love of women who saw out is "Wild Bill" Hickok, whose faine pistol. "Texna Jack" d(id not die withl
In me only a servant ef God. When will endure as long as that of his slis boots on." Pulmounar- troubles
you write, tell then this means more cousin, "Buffalo Bill." "Will Bill" carried off this gentle character.
to me than anything that ever hap- was known as n fighter iu the various and his grave, near Lendville, is often
opened cities from Dodge to Denver and from visited to-daysy moy n who knew and
Late that night ahe sat with her old Tombstone to Deadwood. He baan admired hin in times when really
rriend's note. She had written r lold his fighting career in the Civil War, gentle men vere few.
heart-full letter. She turned to her one of the most famous of his exploits Probably the worst "had men" who
husband with molat eyes- being the spiking-of the guns of Fort ever gave trouble to the marshals of
"I Uon't believe I ever told you be- Pillow, the Southwest were "KiIng" Fisher andi
fore, John; but it is very sweet to be ee e 1edernl oleet did note dre as- the Thompson brothers. Ben and Hl31.
a missionary's wife."-T.lving Church. cend tilie 311issouri l tder tle gunas o I"'lele was at thA head of a. gang of
the fort. "Wild Bill" dropped into the rattlo rustlers, and was known naS a
Jade as Medleime. river, having round his neck a string "bad man" generally. He was a bully,
Everything in China of any rarity of light files with which to spike the through and through, fierce and asses.
latever is certain to be dragged into calion. He tptrangled the sentry, lve. Fisher was the humorist who
whatever is certain to he drugged into cllinbtd hiahle the fort and forced the shlot Itnbald-headed man at Austin,
the pharmacopoeia of the Chinese phy- files Into tise primilg oles of the san- xa giving as his red man that n,
sleinn. Jade is no exception to the nll, Wie e he was spiking the .Iest xante gving see i eason (ll t whoul
rule. It may be swallowed as a pow- "n l he wlas discovered. Ha escaped Wance d o to se iny pate of hl"t "vlc
der or in little pieces the size of hIemp over t he wal, notified the fleet nlid ti.Innee from (he shiny pato of hie vie-
seed for various stomaqhic complaints, the Fdlernls cafhie tp the river past Hen Thompson was nnotaer humor.
Even poekmarks and scanrs may be ob.- the helpless fort.r pst Thompson was u-other humor-
literated by being dally rubbed with n when "Wtid B ll" wns IIvg on the nstn ld pranle wrote Bill played volvers
piece of pure Jade. It Is also consld- Big Blee, meat- Man iattan, Kan., eightt to th terror of ta populace and to lvers
ered to be of a tiolat nature, sand we nion visited his cabin with the Inten- undolng of rany marshals. hrto ep.
read of an Imperial favorite of the tion of killing him. He was at Ite "son ent R dramatic death Thoe was
eighth century who was cured of an spring when they came, but he shot ersuon ded to alt the Ptlea Theatre,
excessive thirst by holding a fi:h Jade two of them dead, got Into the house at San Antonio, texas. Alce Thentered
in her mouth. And so when the tomb and shot fr more before his Istol was his seat n the nt tow of the balconyre
of thl great commander. Ts'ao T' so, 'empty. The two remaining aion sprang a voiel of rifle sots rann out, Thirty
third century. A. D., was opened 200 iponhi ave ee oki th hif, w inh te mn a arqstw fad iievalldl uo
years after his deathamong the usual his k be d hm bth wh im er to poe pr et tred gnatl, al
objects found in such circumstances iuch feats made "Wild ill" ftamousg es.- tho.'tn p r isher," who was wtl
was a large silver bowl full or water. t hroughomt the entire Wst, anal there b 'hnspmn, was killed outright, and .i
That the water had not dried tip was was a reivsr among the ltely cties Th0mpson tambli from. the balonnd i
accounted for by the premeace in the of the frontier to secure him as a mar Into tile pit mortally wounded. Before :
bowl of a Jade boy there feet in height sha ie was one of the maqt pitlr the deperad0 die, however, le dfrew '
Jade Is chiefly brought from tbe euqe fgure a thie old dayssHs t hpir l gun twad killed two men, one of them q
Knnhisn or Koulkun range, between was Iolg, black and clrltu. l, s mat- b lug themllla who had prevailed uoss i
tin' desert of Gobu md Tibetm from tache gave a fierce look to his ae lini to ee Ato the thal re. s
Khoten or ilchl lIt Yarkand. and from his keea eyes made him a han who hompson's broths Piltl quickly
t.nn-t'len, on the Gelnsrtsgh Mountains, woul be picked out a. boxethlgr l- berd the news, lite d ethi follo weplgl tI
still farther to tho iest. In the tenth trordlnary t an crowd Ite G tse and swept dewp op the theatre. A !*t
cenlsmry, A. D.. the lattLer was actually shoulders of a Ilercules- anadt'ie waist barricade of Wsllsrtetd amen Uander A
knonvnas the Jade hills district, though of wman, andI physical strength oe ep t anbk -i es
It ties not appear that any Jade bas :ss pheuomenal. flea chief ehlrao- _i9s. the ew ltherpogqj nutq
evtr been found there. terlstlc, however, was the quickness town to avenge the death ef "rmg" Sll

h ernsut ereinn for mix weeks Dan Al~om .wainder

i lv, nsslration of the hestppersanues ] n td Kins" ii smereppea '
"U n ^ ^" h~hs -^^S -^W ^ S av ~d"in --e'pamma


Is enoui1i to Makealawbreaker sqb.k .mong, awder "
stein train movements by some stu-. to aest her a h re the be k l itt probably d
dents of that country. The subject arrest ierd th be
was tacen up by others connected wlUth hae e1 prldep apln the reomves i ni' ai1e phtain" TMhomas y1n .
the University of Chicago. and results lv deenmuded upon th evolersut attg. at.. 4 te AisOat w,
tabulated in a railway publication. The nn ignomlous death tn a saloon& at Mt e. Wesregesievath.terxg i
,abperlority of Americay train service Deadwooos, being shot In the bask. bylr In stpt tthe "bad Men" in Arison ifat*q
was couchusivety estalshed. It was rid not even knorcat wears, and itl is sldo now Ltat"
shiovn that Ihe fastest trains in the Bat '.rsyse,- w ea y tey ha to goout to g et Lgunflgte u
world were run by the Pennsylvania n or cesfrom oat toast. -De nver punblcan,
and I'lhiladelphia and Heading systems, days when ofth revolver walt te as t tihMa, ft -- t
between i'hblndelphin and Atlantic desorwhen b"mnt. To-day Satheso i he sar wecr'S .h co-
City-the Heading flyers standing at is in nffenelt. blue-eyed. pf sssap the a tr w y to a bawketl eI a ll
the head of the list. It was found thdt i ill asnoffeha -, who nn uerite yd; rattim- MMthre.i yto a 11
four different trains upgn these lines.good aes tapir article, who is ofa Oa o the venerable profeeeors .
running between Atlantic City and gprerb and whosr long divorce a afro t the en pr te r Olag I A
Camden, make these high figures prany seesh il of violence has evren f atOase ilaed lep the Yr ti ,
hoer. respectively. 1M-.44. "6.00, 6.2n an;y are en of vlohlnce has even Im-te ka .me. 4 e0Wed thea'ir
onnie preplo Itulo the error of thinklag 'Watip the piater wel Paf, atll.
and 67.96. The maximum speed shown that 'il reo'd as a frontiersman tar. phidtr Otmadedl t ltudt.
by EUrope was between Paris and ror was inaghilry. Bat any well- "H's all tigktr' tuh n4tr! til
Calais, 59.72. posted Wreste6in maen knows that flat tes .
iD1tegetd by t Ice. .Maatersoln iha fought bhise way out e o .Tete wA t $flead milte op thew,
Nantucketers will lon remember the miang death traps and has triumpohe4 fa ..
winter of 190-4. Three different times overe many loe scootl head and Mbletid t h4s te
has the island been isolated by let, me r thal ls cool Wd ad W l l i
i weeks In alL No one person cold t buy I 'ist l nead it it dmaflluuahpnsph I< <
two pounds of suar or more than one Ia the pelmy days of the gunfighter "W4.it's the *eAt t3
uart of kero sene.ugar oly sand beet Texas street. Dodge (l;ty. was known. ahlb?' se s-o ats
quart of kerosene, Only slan w as"the plore wihthlipld off." A railrpA4 4Pii4 49d t,=e`
Should be purebased nt the markets s" blh-pacc the u.tet living I At th e ap- e Ida an rt 'ie
SCaptain Kitlen, a well-knowin islande aran, baec the atrs eiveng it 'he ap- both W a rt ta .ad te ,,
after figuring t ihepiles ofigrain and peleitnee of a double aveotte,. Op beth itbiti60,
After amount of he pri a et gtitga sides of ;the railroad were salooos mand came *leehittis 'anstd gtB dal. .
and theu ni l rie tat le anos hsll, wiilt a liirst milnority ofl mrfaya- lea< Trlu, .
Sand ten learning the pries ato general stores. The motley colneelaten ,- I
kill old Soalt waos e b m.ri it i of men who visited Dode 0% at oAD 8.*et is st n' Ws . krill old Bal, his favorite ." hoars of tb1 day and nsigbit-lrtet oou
fetched front tlifrty-ebt to tam hutsH, Mof Qu day and niut-"-Iad toe w e te.iPtt
telta a, pounds e oautMel hnt ers, seou't sosldil=, Ijpr ti the waryn. ,i
Go ray preint--t etm o ,eI_" 0 q.therif-r ollEM W s
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hen Womawn ifil* raut.tir. conditions of the nBenSt idaer t .R- .
It is trun-that the Pilgrin 1M.,ilters. it in a different way-*thalt iea. 111
who landed 11inthe.,Mayflower ui\re ii Inldy of a medieval ealtle 4
the fredit ranis o the bravest anid iaks which the modern Was$t.I
best of womed who hav*e ever blesse-d think of doing. It was her '
this earth, and also trade that they batad supt'iilteii(n tlhe making of C _-
about tihe hardest tline that tIry ever and the protisloning of the ca,
bad. As Chnuncey. Depew once said, tend the womiuled ind iiuvalidd.,,
"T'liy not only hud to beer all that the soUletilnie to direct the dlefensiM ofl
tllgrim l.'.latersa-did. but they had to castle in the absence of her lord.
li-nr wlith Iii lillgint Fathers be- modern oan does not expect hlil li
sild's," eile ils \ never could have gosue to take the ptitee of a phylrtlsiin or t
11l1nif it',.1k' ri.nal they hid to travel trained nurse in caleioqif critical llo
If ility u1111 niut dslveloped what In ness and she d Is 6tt required or 4q*,.^
ill Il In lei'N-it iilnland to-day "p flac- sired to malkei !ils clothing and that ,
niy.v." *lo a5y thit a New ]England his sors--often, be prefers that *-a
Slniin ilis n atie ielly" Isnarte that she should' buy her own.-New York D ,
c.in qul kl.y Ihlik ilof .isome practical Neews. /
'ay out of a dilltn-ily. ; cnii nistantly
ndjiust h lrs.ilf toit new, minlige and rae FIor Wat DecoratinS .
trying silltttion; make the ie. st of it Women collectors are always delight'
ania peae upon soinu hsenillslle uniitsll eed to hear of dew ways In which thew "
of Improving the uifncunfortallio or dIB- aliny display thelp-hpeasaures, and tholsf Y',
4strous condition, says the Phililatel- who devote themselves to fan collects-,
phai Eveunlag Tlegraph. tag will like to know of a new mod. .
Plenty of othir women in other parts of harboring their costly and beautiful "
of the country also have "a faculty," possessions.
but the ones most likely to have It are As a rule, the fan display Is made in
llhose whoso inherited instinct t.oae glass-ftonted cabinet fitted In the
from llltag lines of clear-headed, Intel- either of a room or standing .ipt
lilgent gralidinolbera, who In allies past agalnst the wall. The fans aie a-s00WW
have had to think and net quickly, and open, and are held by little flxtqwrs0ti -
right, too. Sulch women whose winds wood Into the crevices of Which
lhiyo been free to develop naturally are inserted, i
and ihink for tlihemselves, and have not Such n form of harborage tas tasli b i
been too much subjected to convention. very useful for a large number eof.t -
aliltes of thought and action, are tor but mansy.women possess single spot
qulecker to think In an emergency, to mens that would fain show apart ft.V,
lind and npply some remedy that, while their other bibelots. For them the fait...,;
it inay be pectillar, orlglunal and u. case is an excellent Idean. Constructed ,-
hlird of, will yet fit the case and do like a picturo frame the shape of tilte .'
the work. thui a iwonman who has nev. fa-n,, is t Intended to hang nullpot uinei
er thonghlt of doing anything original wall, where it makes a beautiful api
and is afri'jid to try. Such net one Is pearannce. '
helpless iii a emergency bceeinsuo elie 'For about a guinea or twety-fe0,';
cannot do "the proper thing" nind does ltlllngs a very pretty fan faram Oq ''
not know losow to do anything else, gill. with a background of brocade W--
That ability is of course largely nia hind the glass, sl purchasable' T1IU-.
linnto trait, and somein must always glises keeps the fan from dust and the :
have naturally more of It than others, frame allows a perfect display to be
but It can be trained in any Intelligent rtande of it., Care should, of course, be
ainlud the seieuo as other traits catn be take that the frame nicely fits the
developed. The habit of observation frn, or a- special one should ro made'
will be a great bilp, for one thiug; to for each treasure. It It be a peculiar
get into thn way of noticing things ae- shape.--London .Mblall.
c'lurately. It Isa stonishlug hdw little -----
is really seen by the imijority of peo- Why a very Man 81hould Preaise ois wife.
pip. The very simple little tpeat of ain Apparently there are some men -
ilnpromptu o'-servutlon part will prove the world who would hot be lily fta t
this; for with their snluds fixed and live long 1( hy any liossibillty tfYu,,i.
set on the task, determined to succeed, should be betrayed Into praising thniti.-"
-tew people can correctly remember wives. The man of this deosrlptio''
two dosen small objects- put on to a le a self-anflclent creature, wUo eD i ''
table and gamed at for two minutes, dently believes that creation Wpal JiM'"
and then taken away to.be named naf- tituted for his benefit. He JA a lHttZle:,
terward. surprised and a good deal annoye4
.-... tuat thIngs were not errangrd more td
Women CrrksI n aermnney. his liking but he tolerates teo arrnaugo-
Womein have become nn Indlapetaa- nent, not because liu approves of It, :
ble factor In the GCiermni postal tele- but because he cannot he',p It.
graph and telephone service, It seeins. The wife of this mian is a woman
In spite of the conservatism which pre- whom no old maid should enry. And
vented tie utilization of feminie ae- old mald should ever marry this nan
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tIl nearly a half century latep that) the gavee. If she 9oes abe will regte
In FroncR and lBnglend. tTnIted llatea It- to her latest day-that is,.' IileM '
Consul Moucghaln, of Cheninlts, in his she haa baclkbose; enough to put,'th4."
recent communication to the United man where he belpg s and keep bItas
States Department of Commerce and there. And It i$-'WreV pliautatilto
Labor, reviews briefly the eqjditious true-hearted woIIae tto- fel tba i
and requirements which are of later- has to master-her ihubaud lI oapj
tat as showing the progress of 'Woes live comfortably with him.. i ,
in the Fatherraud. .It is not. cispy pO who never prplaes his wife s W f16
mtan who can obtain A po~ttoiu tht lauItiwltht everytt ilgQop eve" '-l
'erman postal sirvle., q "-, t, SdslqM-It .te.easilest thing I
bhe GoyOrUnsentt" r4p4 1i11jtpa psW 's f tit-easier tta 4-. jg
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must be pelrtim-
teed thirty oe' ds
i good commuton .a3
rlamry requisIte. oseseMag alIthes
luIliltcatious, the womaotcandidate Ji
lw iOr only to a position as alsstalit
q- a .etoffioe, sad the Ijghest salary
l-i m ]e lope a iG$11 a year, In the
%4nd 11ithitbip h telephone, VN t i lhing"
fAI* g.'iNrades ofP06 1494t"
4ek, to womem. tim 10 taPi ut
O women with ebild7t -1s 4
our thousand* i i'
aged in the tl'
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hem are in '3eri
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1D.B. dODWIN,
t ditor and Proprietor.

F.atued April 28, 1I0S, at GaineevllUe,
N.,= as econd-class matter, under Act of
.magrame of March 3, 1879.

Published every Tuesday and Friday,
at PL.00 a year In advance. _
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Local Reader in brevere type, 5 cents
Ue line for each insertion.
;, Space for display advertisements priced
-as application,

^M, The editor is not responsible for the
.views of correspondents or others corn.
k' :. iributing to his columns.

We are sorry for Editor Harris,
,. of the Ocala Banner.

A special large edition of THax
STAR will appeaiupet Friday.

Editor Caldwell hasn't been so
rampant of late. Wonderif they've
stopped his rations?

M. Barrs is an able lawyer,
Strictly sober, and a native Florid.
Ian. Mr. Clark can not claim so
anmuch..
Stockton, Barrs, Broward: these
three, who are being opposed by
,X*epiblican millionaires, are the
I s for Florida Democrats to vote
M. on June 7th.
If any Confederate veteran is in
',doubt abdut who the old vets
shouldd support for Governor let
WEthem a General Robert Bullock
,if Ocala about it.
'Vote for Stockton for Senator,
s-M for Congress, and Broward
.' Governor. THE STAR has
knowingly advised its readers
do wrong, and never will.

The good ship "Three Friends"
anot at all\ hurt in its little spurt
i My, 10, and is now in prime
i4tion to show a pair of clean
&i~ls to the opposition. June 7.
~t lmbered up, so to speak:-
p Capital.
Gen. Robert Bullock, of Ocala,
tia whoi a nobler old Confeder.
4-0t Veteran never lived, is for Stock.
ium for the Senate, and Broward for
S vernaor. And if he was in this
gressional District he would
(t or Barrs.

WII the papers that have been
i eagei2 to publish the erst-while
I 'C1 M. Brown's announcement
t ie- will support Mr. Davis now
-te fair enough to publish General
OUliUtck's letter on that subject?
Well; we'll see about it.

The boast of the rich fellows that
the candidates who stand for the
i,',rghts of the people haven't got the
money to go into the second pri-
Smary is not only very undemocrat
i ic but positively nauseating, andc
I. proof conclusive that this is a fight
..f "Plutocracy against Democ

'' Barrs is all right. The voters oi
'^ e Second Congressional Districi
bae discovered that the Standard
911 Company is against him. A
majority of the Alexander
Watson vote on May 10 will goC
IBarrs on June 7, and maby
,rik men have seen their erroi
aiii *re now for Barrs.

SolBome of Stockton's enemies are
now abusing him for entering the
&d race for the Senate. But
*sname abusers wogld call him a
btir4 if he should not run again.
tact is, no honest man thinks


Im of Mr. Stockton for fighting to
last ditch. He owes it to the
le to, continue the fight, and
-.people owe him their support.

very Confederate Veteran in
ltate should read Gen. Bullock's
Ia today'l STAR. Gen. Rob-
oAllack is one of the noblest
.*ufederatielliving today. He
'and honored by all, and his
'll been pained by the un-
"ly oeis of Mr. Brown, who
mIi,,611y a fellow Qonfederate
I' t low towns.
vi,dIS* I, Ocala. Read


*OiGanesville Star U.t,1"
:lore humor,-Oci 1
ret..umlitaken, Bro. '
man feels rather dlI
t owe of the Banaot '
ubt out of huoior.
about how.


*WMI. .
r The unexplti'a lpeed in
politics this week, when C. M.
Brown announced himself in favor
of the nomination of. Bob Davi2 for
governor in the second primary.
Brown received about 0,000 votes
in the first primary, and it has all
along been supposed that he would
throw his Influence to BSEoWa4 int
the second race. The Davis pa-
pers have accepted tb 'ilew, and
discounted it Tn v0ai,4Jir stating
that most: of 'Bto'4" votes cane
from the old W .0 edcrate soldiers
*who coiled i0t bte "delivered" by
Brown or falyone else. What
intifletae Col. Brown's "flop" will
have remains to be seen.
Senator Brown must have .good
and sufficient, at least expedient,
reasons for his change of front-we
call it "flopping" in Vol'usia county,
where we have seen so much of it
in the past. But, considering that
he has just finished a six months'
tour of the State in which he told
the people to vote for him first, and
Broward second, it is certainly no
to Mr. Brown to tell why he has so
suddenly and unexpectedly' trans-
ferred his affections.
Come, Senator, out with it.-De-
Land News,
JORDAN "EATING CROW."
In Alachua county, the home of
the two candidates, where they are
best known, the vote. on the 10hi
Inst stood: W. N. Sheatq :t,022,
W. M. Holloway 576. That shows
what a mistake, was made by thdse
who voted, for Mr. Holloway.--
Punta Gorda Herald.
The Punta Gorda Herald has
been Insinuating that the editor of
THa STAR is not a very sound
Democrat, and now he shows his
want of Democracy by saying that
the majority made a mistake.
Brer Jordan is the kind of a Demo-
crat who believes that the majority
should rule. if it happens to agree
with him. His Democracy has
probably got the dry rot. He may
vote for the Democratic nominee in
November and may not.
"Peas up," Bro. Adrian, didn't
- you vote for Dr. Richmond -a Re-
putblican-when General Dickerson
was the nominee, in Lake county?
AN ABSURDITY.
It is an albsurdity, and a reflect
tion upon the intelligence of thrt
men who voted for Mr. C. M
Brown in the first primary to say
that they will now support Mr.
Davis because Mr. Brown is sup-
1 porting him. Before the first pri.
Imary Mr. Brown was considered an
t anti-corporation candidate the sanit
as Mr. Broward was, and it wa-
I this fact that caused him to get a
handsome vote, but now since lie is
known to be supporting the Stand-
ard Oil Compaty's candidate tine
honest anti-corporation voter will
not take voting instructions from
him, but will vote for Napoleon B.
e Broward, who -is still sticking to
the principles advocated by hint
from the beginning, and which Mr.
t Brown advocated until he went to
Jacksonville and saw "Boh"--AND
OTHRNH9.


Several ilonlthti ngo,. lier God
win, of the aOniitesville Star.
promised the HeraLidu an a big 4ish
of "crow" on or about thii time.
As it has not yek been received, it
is to be inferred that Brer Godu in
had none to spare-needed it all for
himself. We trust he will eat it
like a man and with no-growling,
-Punta Gorda Herald.
What can Brer. Tordan mean
by the above? We certainly came
nearer to getting all we asked fr
iu the first primary than he did,
and we are certainly as sure of suc-
cess in the next primary as he can
bea To be sure, Brer. Jordan
hasn't been spiking his lemonade?

Senator C. M. Brown,, who was
one of the four gubernatorial can-
didates voted for in the May 10th
primary, apd who Is now whooping
up the trust candidate-Mr. Davis
---and abusing the people's candi-
date-Mr. Browtld-has recently
received absme letters from some of
his old Confederate Veteran friends,
which must hav* made him feel
about asAmaU awthe little end of
nothing. Brown has acted in a
way that hap certainly humiliated
many of his old time friends, and
we predict that he will think so too
whelt the Davis vote is annouuce4'
$p, Ockldoa the night of June 7thb,

'o h OaaInesvllle Star sid. aome
W.le thlnpis about BrOwa!d be-
l;. t primary, and tt also


ti.a'e cr 'w -d, dflay
mBrtb ,*M A!"


One of the ltim.in t oi liet t 1
vis meren w know, -iye:- -BwnW
made a great mistake when' be
flopped over to Davis. I am- a Da-
vis man from principle, but Brown
is pot, and the people know it.
There It certainly something wrong
somewhere,, and I believe Brown's
coiing to Davis in the way he has
cqme, .will do much more harm
than good. The people know
that Brown is not naturally for
Davis, and many of his old com-
rades are now ashamed of the way
he has acted." -

,
Napoleon B. Broward is actively
campaigning for the second primary
and his picture and anubuncement
are on 3d page. Mr. Broward is
not without strong grounds of con-
fidence of his ultimate success. He
had the highest vote for Governor
and expects the combined support
of the temperance people and the
anti-corporationists, and it is rea-
sonable to suppose that lie will get a
large majority of both of these
elements.-Nassau County Star.

Considering what it ihas seemed
to be, and what it now claims to
he, the Jacksonville Metropolis, is
the most disgusting paper we know
of today. And if there' is now a
man in Florida-living or dead -
who does not agree with uits, jt let
him whistle. If we had not beet
for Broward before, surely the re
cent cartoorts in the Metropolis
would have made its for litin We
don't know what the Metropolis
,'people ate receiving for their effort
to slander innocence, but they are
F probably being overpaid.
To talk about John Stocktont
"forcing a second prinimry oni Sen-
ator Taliaferro" is low and dirty.
The same. people who pretend to
censure him for entering the race a
second time would have no res.
pect for him should he fail to do so,
Stockton sadoing his duty and the
people know it. and o June 7
many who voted for Taliaferro iti
the first primary will vote for
Stockton because they have learned
something about the dishonorable
methods that have been employed
by the trust magnates against himnt
s Notlcel Notice N
After toInv, we will isten special :.trge
editions nf thle Star until after the June
7th ptintary 'e want Lihe piper to
reach ever regidtere.l I)etttcrittic voter
in the cuitny, niul we will tliank post.
masters if any copie -iisouild go to their
offices nalilrer.-l to nilt',n' o n Ii parties to
handle the tn to titier wh.i id) i 'n it ic-eive
copies.

Will Ship Today
The Galuciqville Peach OrcI ut C 'omt-
pany will ship a carload u iofenlu.t' slan v.
We have not only seei lsOie of t Ihe
peaches grown out there buit we have
tasted, rnd triedl tleu i ai they are iiot
only pleiting to the eye bitt to the palate
as well Mr. T''rass penily will liso ship
a load tolny or tomorrow.
Try Pagan's market for chest meats.
F. M. Rai"sey of Wacahoota was in
the city Saturday.
A special large edition of the Star will
appear next Friday.
James Doughlerty of High Springs was
In the city Saturday.
If yott ant to Iuty, rent or tl' l a
histie--tie Moyers.
Il. Mlcy. Grady was In tlie city Satur-
day, from his home at High S|iringa.
C. A, W. Thoptas and J. V. Dentona
litave returned iroum bilnesltrips to Jack
sonvllle.
Miss Claude Bradley, a caarniing
young lady of Wacahoola, was iu Gaines-
ville Saturday.
Mr. J. I. GritSn, a prominent citizen of
Joaeaville, was transacting business in
the qity yesterday.
Capt. T. J. McRae of Hawthorn and
W. C. Summers of High Springs, were


aupong the business visitors to the city
saturday.,
I. C. Gracy, of High Springs, who is
an enthuslastUc advocate of Stockton,
Barrs and Droward, was a business visi-
tor to the city yesterday.
A. KB Colson, a prominent citizen of
Trenton, and a valued subscriber to the
Star, was an agreeable caller at the Star
officeyesterday. Comeagain Mr Colson.
Mrs. W. J. Carpenter returned trom
Jacksonville laqs evening. She was ac-
comipanied by Mrs. Dr. W. P. Vocum, of
Lake City. They will go 0o Bartow to-
morrow 'to attend the meeting of the.
Woman's Miasioeary Soaiety..
Ar you wearing those old shoes vet?
How do they compare with that new suit
of clothes you have bought? Come to
our ahoe department if you are looking
Tor atyle and wearing qualities, too, aad
the cost will not alarm you; not at all.
Y. C. Simth.
Mrs. Jno. Fenmel, mother of our
ealmxeuti ^llowi tawusstan, Morgan Pen'
nell,,and iaste4-Inliw pSheriff ennell nd sheriff eune,
is now under ithe ltirwtqat f. that
minjeot PhylYOilM and ufoge"o, Drr, J. 1.
8, llolmo., of Atlanta* uad ra pidly
improving.
Rev. krmmer, of Tatlahoasee, preached
the Bait Floritda 8eminetlary caaente-
maent sarmw ia the atdltewlnm of th
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CANDIDATE
FrOR
CONGRESS t
FROM MlE

Second Disrtrict -

Sof F0lorid ,
Solicit& Your Vote and Support
Ins the Democratic Primary.


ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:


Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax. ^
Perfection Inter-State Commerce commission.
Federal Aid for Good Rqads.
Duty on Egyptlan Cotton.
Rural Mail Delivery.
Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.
Military Park at Olustee.


County Supe
I hereby anilonnce r
for the office of Sup
Public Itnstructioll vf
subject to tIIe actimi (
Pritntary andil 'r'splcit
Ip.irl nf all Ii -iiit'. r i c
Re. Sl r-c full .

County Super
I am a candidate for
peititeitleut of l'ubl
Alachna county, subje
the Democratic prjnimr
support of pemeioralic
1 will favor retrenchli
ment of the school dcl

Legislat
Solicited by many ft
myself a candidate M
from Alachua county in
ture, subject to the De
If elected the people ol
asured that their into
-taken care of in our
and I shall especially
ence' for the enactment
similar to tOat now ju
which hbas (lone o pj
ldbor problem in that I
A.
Lllegllal
Democratic .voters o
I respectfully antouunc
date for the Legislatur
support. I wi abide
the primary.
J. A
County Comr
I Iherehy announce
County 'Cominiiafoner
4, subject to thb pr'iam
support of the Douiioc"i
district, pledging an ec
Uartial administration
Lhe office if elected.


rin tndent tn dt %% %
myself a candidate u i
eTintenden'elei.t of
i- lite i elmlo rti.lr.- ,1

t G.. r..

rIntendent.
the office uf SuI-
lic Instrittictio o
ct tu the acti tof r ll
y, and solicit the Bl''ritt otheill,
roters. If elected,
rppt and the pay- The Celebrated, New YVork City
J._L. KE ....- | OCULIST,
ture. Will Visit Gaineaville,
riend*. J aunoutnce Thuusdlay atd lFrultav
for Representative
n the next Legisla- June 23 and 24.
democratic primary. positively 2 Ilays onl0 3-011ce
f Alachua can feel
crests will be well Brown House Parlor.
next Legislature, Hu Ppa
exercise my inluI. EXAMINATION FREE.
Sforce Ita v grant law,
t of a vagrant law l)r. Corthell will visit Gaines
luclt to sole the ville Monthly during the year.
Usate. I SATISFACTION UARANTBED.
*. u.l la f Iliglh Springs, Saturday, June j
ture. Newberry, 1Monday, Jund 27.
f Alacbia county: I I,
-i myself a canri. XX
re atail aolicit your
by the action of -


Yours truly,
ROSUORito'G1l.
nisaloner.
my candidacy for
rropi District No.
ry, and s.olpici the
atic voters of the
conoailcal and ini-
of the iatffaira of


A. A. McRAK
County Commissioner.
At the earnest solicitation of many


Professional.


C. C. THOMAS.
ATT oNt-:V% AT LAW,
(inipesville, -


B.e Railway
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St'hl.ule effective DL-cemlber 7, 1903.

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,.4. -, frouit I;aiiebvillc.
IrTin N.-. 31, ieaboar-l Express, drutitg room Pullman sleepers between
Tn'ltpa, lacksonsville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
day coach between Jacksonville andI Washington, via Richnimod. Cafe dining
citi ser- ice'ft ni Jacksonville.
No 66,, eaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville 1ltu Waslington, ad i drawing room Pullimai sleepers between Tampa,
IFacksonville anl New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
,ieliate points, a atd at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57. Pullman sleeper I between New Orleans and JackeonYlle.
Steaners for Key West and ilavaia. Ll'ave Port Tampa sipna'ays, Tuiesays ,Itd
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H. C COltiI lIicket Anentt, G'ainesi'illp.


Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
S I at July S. 1903.

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NAS. M GRAHAM, 'resident.
BkARKER, Ge& 8OptL
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I lorida.


COppnote lrowu house.
'Phone No. 7,


C HRISTOPHER MIATHIESON.


T. F Thomas


Undertaking


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Irienu nhereby asanouace nysel a c- -
aidate for County Commissioner from ArTOICNIfY AT LAW, "
District. No. N. i elected I promise to lIV
faithfully enm lIobeatly discharge the Gaineaville, Plorida'
d itle p7 the ollic to the betl my Office in Miller's Law Excblatnge.
0. I*.' C4NNON. C
S- sN~ pdPd YDI'Loodr to NUW
matters n this lie. Mail
itt h ampt gS n f.R W j 1 t telegraph ordersal
i If yol he city p t~~. pet. i,,'..y. Jad rmPtlY attended to I
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RING Us
Your Chickens, Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kiq of Cptitp'y Po-


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Highest Priote for Con-
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Cheap as the ChepWeat.

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