The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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 )
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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> 1 T- C. r I l. j )Tsl -ss D OLITIIAL INJTEEESTS OF C> i




Itift. P1 CSIiSICtti re~qut .hland

-A N 1) RdttE, MtCuRd

Why Are All the Rich and Pow-
erful Infitluences Supporting
TaliaafCrro and Clark ?
SMy Fvl'ow I) mitcrat ls:
ilthe State ot ilorilht to lay pr.- 'i, :r
,tcpir'squp .and un! iqi*ue1 b..ttl it ror': iie
,ie gre.tl dlratll of politics. ''lho line of
e1n rkation divi litig the twy f.tcLioitgt ui,
liedeniocratidc pa.rt.v in th-s Stlile is c-lear
itd listint. )io.' faction r-c-,pr.se:ts t he
iutucrople th- ottler r'eprc,-'t,-, t -c
)eintcratic ide.t of GOte, tiliilnt. It 1tav'
e the it.lat tin c for years an11t ye4tar- Ith'-
i,--ieigi peopliv of 1i.l.ri, 't it lh ave ;
talnce tl sty -;v is.-h I bl v .th ii s4 .. ts
nhlgh pl-K'^ ac '>* ir .p- siblitl :i.y -I n tIIt,
1ie who sh;i..l ia lunitister Ltet f altirs of
his State A sense of tltiLy sA.tilvt litt Ivt
;vury tlioiglhtfil citizens to C- isiiider well
nh step he is about to ttke before he
asts his vote ont the 7th. daiy of June
got since the memorable' struggle of 1876
basa o election been of such vital intterest
I0 the people of Flonrdak. It is the, battle
pf the weak against the strong; of pluto-
fracy against democracy; of Manhooil
against money. There are some plaiii,
racticalpropositios it would be wise for
he natnbhood of this county and State to
consider before casting their ballot ont
tuesday next. Why are all the rich andl
powetful influences supporting Ta'lia-
aerro, and Clark? Why are the railroads,
aarroonis amid combinations. of corporate
wehith supporting' these tenti? Whly is
the Tinmes-Union, the. acknowledged.
mouthpiece of Mr. Plagler, supporCtti
betn? There tuiiiut be a ..retsont for all
his. We know notf what it is bIut wIe do
inow that we have nothing to loose by
their defeat and we may hive etveryth.ing
to gain, and we know further .we have
nothing to lose by the election. of Stock-
ton, and Barrs, and we feel assurcl lht
we have' tiluch, very m tch, tog li't.
Taliafferro, and Clark are the ,ct4i.I.lii,, s
0( 11. M. Fiagler, the etantilaril Oi' R.-
publican milliottare, anid we know 'hait
.the interests or 'Mr. Flagler tre tn-t ii
harmony and sympathy with blhe intei-.ts*
of the conuitnoi people If Florida If' Ihe
is not concerned in the election of a-
4ttiator,and tCongress.iaiit why is li.s iac
credited organn tire Times-Un ion fighltiin
8t hard.for these men?
Use the manhood that you are oiidowu'de
with, iad think about these things Cain
you. offord to elect men who will feel
'uader obligation to these. powerful in-
fluences fo. the support'they have giveil
theinm? SLockton and Biarrs are. not de-
penting upot campaign contributions or.
the use of money for their success. They
'!ave not on&e celt with which to prurcha.te
rotes but they have abundant honesty,
itiergy, character and utpriglht atierican
:4ianhlood with which to wage ai 'honor-
ible battle and appeal to the patrutism,
yiltui tanil s.lf respectof their fellow imeni
for support. Tltey are trq4ting in the
.jltnes of tlitir sause, anId i the ri;itotus
.linuciples they advocate, fok victory- aand
uVti it the. power. of. money, or .its use to
.lnay the elective franchise of a southern
,white man. They are struggling to ptit
manhood above motley, aind not imtiney
aibove nianhoodl. -
.Stockton, and Barra are fighting for a
principle: They believe that government
derives Its jutlst powers from the consent
of the governed. '
Asto Mr Clark, many eminent Deuic-
'seas believe him Inelegible to hold a
.ftt In Congress. If .%he Democrats are,
divided upon this question what will a
Republican Cogress do? Why should
'e run the risk when there isino neces.
siy for doing so? .
S Stockton and Barr- stand. for tewsper-
Sace, for an economical administration of
(he affairs of government, for the inter-
Uts of the conlon people, for the purity
Of the ballot, for the landed interests of
lorida, for the primary, for the Railroad
'Cmmissai-n, for what is )ust and honest
Cad right. We have reached the crucial
lt between manhood and money, and
t us hope that the Democratic voters of
Alachua county will "quit themselves
nie,.n" by rebukkng all corrupt and
_5psrling methods ant by giving a
itdild majority ror the candidates who
tl morality in politics and the
1 right of tlie people.
Preac to Veteigas.
edW. J. Carpontetr, tim pplar and
ed pator of Kavasamsga Mtsdttst
Preached to Uni.ou etesas 8Bn-
bight. There wia large audience
lt, bat the frout aahi 4 bos iM -
for wmanibere at Asdri A
the Republlc-.as o5siPf9O i COB
io t'noa retras--ad p easber
,w"nere pr~ .', .. ," ,

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..,, Chpt. Broward is a Friend to Last
Filorlda Seminary.
Having heard it whispered arout that
Capt. *N.poleot Bnroward, the leading
candidate for. governorr %ot inot he
friendly3, to larit'Florida Semintaryl shotilld
lie he '1ected -Governor. Mr. CoIunt
wrote Capt. liroward about the nialter,
unI thile following is the aturiser hlie s.
ceived: ".
J. acksonpille, Fla., lany 27. 19.1.I
Mr. Perry M. Colson,
GainesVille, F la
M y Diar Sir:-Voiu and your friends
,miay depend upon it that the East Florida
Seminary will receive fair treatment at
miy hands as Governor, ant I can iimiagie e
n io reason under the suni why any tinpres-
ks .. '.. sion should have gotten out to tile coil-
trary. I shall do everytlting in my '
power to s trengtheni and develop the eux-
i-titng educationual institutions of tihe
.tate, and ant satisfied that my treatment
of the East Florida Seimiitiary will receive
the hearty endorsemtent and approval of '
every fair d.1nded nsan in the State of
-l..orida. Vont may depejati upon it that
the !-entinary will receive as strong sup-
port front nie as it could possibly receive
from ntry Chief Executive of the State.
With best wishes, I a i,
S. Very truly yours,

People's Friend, and Candidate for the United


Vole 1 r him, nt1l tlitus elect as your Senator a man. who is the
friendly of the tnelti who toil-the mien who natke the wealth of the
conMitiy biut enjoy less of it than inatiy who labor nsot. Vote for the
i.1n1 \\X ho would rather shake thle roug-h hand of the plowman, or the
axt(ianl thall tlie gloved laitd of thle minill o.iaire. '

The Clash Saturday--ThOmas Set it to
Ja il.
'[thcret- ,ii.iw-vurtcne lucre Sattorday
tL(ulet 1111 1,A, A.0 Whi Ic ktook~cl rather
1~~~[ ti--- imcCivarywuvita otckel
tierth Ii- p-t tIc~,e b.\ C A. 'V. h0iotait,
wh vul-11 i t. : 1 ol, lositig Vile IAn
m,1 111v i t, O sut rk-c-hitmut tiitli
'to t xlle tool I ryimutch

p 't i'-i Cre \ret 1tt tied t 0 liia
o iilii ms o tti:!'ahft. ar tVte
S Ot tt I O I It'ml. ict,,rvry. sooni

titi' ~ 1. Ii.' C t )t'att.1c ,J im agatino

t~lit til., tttitttli.Mc -crely says

In Honor of Prospective Brides.
Mr,. J: D. Stringfellow entertained at.
a 6 .o'clock 'titner lapt afternoon Misses
Sallie Broofiie anl Margaret Hill; two
of Gainesville's charming prospective
brides, Ond the brilesinaids and maids of.
It wnsoneof the most pleasing and up-
to-date entertainments of its kind. that
was ever giveii in this city. Mrs. String-
fellow never rtils to entertat in a queen.
Iy atiantn.ir; but ,this was one of hlr be't
The favors wei e exceptionally beautiful.
Be.cidcs the good things to eat the table
fairly .groarel uinier a tmighlty wealth of
lovely tdaisids, ani:thle youtig ladies who
gritief I tietcterta itnient with theirpres-
etice felt thtrit it was good to be there,
anid a- pitv to huive to leave.

'ht" it, **','' "t""i HAIR OGkOWER.
I1 tti- l iti n to , .hlo~lt UKD trotll<- .u ,'le on l~ai~d Dr. It Giddinks,
*"'iiti:as w.'s a t ,i',t'l > .Sh.iTff Feneill Dear Sir:-wVill you kindly inform me
who attnld rn tt i'' -,,l" at l ottle of by return mail if you can send your-5oc.,
pernil-, which, it is Siui)ppos.I was the bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
c.'usu of lhis t(Irttlkotwtlt ss Another per- (Traile Mark) and if so-I will send you
so 11 Iti a re y, e.ed t I,,, of ihe a postal note for tile saine. Please inform
.kntiks. Tlho ,s was carried before iatlemountot postageif It can be
Jistti e t. M. tioll titi, t n tiett l t na hVlien in .Floridit the winter of 1897
citl' f cairritig a concealed It eaploni and '98 1I used five bottlfs Of the .twenty-
(the. detail ki,,cks) ,i, as,, co.],icte-l five cent siye end produgted a &ice growth
a(tuslltt.iiCtt k l to tit7iatal ^sC'ost% o of ha iir where it had been entirely. bald.
antd: s.enittccd to, pay and costs or for fifteen years, and stow I would like to
servcI- tlirto'' iitlis it tile cotnlty .priopi trv it once mnore if I cait get it.
-He s t' ..et t..in to jail. The exact V6our truly.
calmis of the attack oil McCreary is not 59 Hicks St. "HAYNr"s.
gettenHy" ktiwni. This was te secoitl Stale of Florila, "
time 'the two niil halve had trouble re- County of AlacIua,. ".
ce.tly.. Ifboznos Watt ertlpho, edt fy" Mc City of Gaintesville. "
cently. Thoa wa eploe s rd y er0soally appeared before the sub-
Creary as solicitor for tihe Sun for several tcrir, a Notary Publici and for th
months aind it seit. thitt they isagreel State of Floridia,at large, S.'B.' Giddings
-- ... ... \. '.<....I ,hi hii tridutyv sworn b me,'dEoose and

ad separated, utu er.says ttat the above testinmonial was sent
td exlsrt etweentlie ever since. to.' by mail by J. W. Hayneaan
to hitn by tnail by 3. w. llavne, aiman
whioin lie hliad neyer seen or. heard f,'
also that he had no knowledge ot the
mag ever having .used or procured the.
ladetendene That Counts' iu paralleled lair Grower, and as. far as
After all, It is the independence that lie kiows no ione had nifluenced him top
counts rather than either the. wealth' send it, and that the .manu has never re-
or the poverty. The simplicity of ceivet antling for sending it. ,
.standlimt for just what on'e Is, without .Swori to anm(asubscribed before me this
sliat or pretense,. lifts a burden of th day of sNokveuier, A,. 1i2I. o.
trett or mixioty and leaves' the spirit 'S B. Jt.D st, M. ).
free.-MWellspritng. N,.tary l'ul-li" for the- Stato of Flarida
Too li'mnIIlatrr.,
Couniess (to new valet)- Johann. I
observed yesterday. to my lhtena ho ir-
sor, that you clean my husband's i ,ve vou tried Gilddings' l1air Growert
clothes nnd your own with the same others hlate tried it and pronouncedl it
brtuit. I must strielly prohibit any good. Kor sl at.. II. Gidas Drg
such Fa1mtilaritlies for the future.-Fromr Stote, Gaittesville, and Postoffice Drug
uch lnrt for h uure-Fr oand I. A Stephens, iigKh Springs
the Gernan.

4bl~ 4*4,4 Oil 57,k d* 44 W4 ,.OiW V O i s

j Does Your *

} Watch 7..


If.not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
it you.'11 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.
MH. C. Stevens,

SHhit. Sring, Florida. -

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ample Ballot
Now that it tas.been officially announc-
ed that there will be a second priniary for
the nomination of Unilted States Senator
and certain Congresasloal. State and
county candidates, the following sample
of the ballot to be used in the primary,
June 7, is published, for the inTornmation
of the voters of Alachua.county :
f or United States Senator.
Vote for One.
FIor Representative in Congress-Second
Vote for One.
Por Governor.
Vote for one.
Or .oSecretary of State.
Vote for on$.

For the legislature.
Vote for oue.,

For County Superintendent of Public
Vote for one..
J, G. KELLtfM.
For Supervisor of Registratioin.
.Vote for one.
For County Oonmissioner-Third Disa-
..... trict.
Vote for one..' t .
C: .. .I'DICK. :
For Member County School Board-Sec-
ond District.
Vote for oiee.
W. J. MAR'41N. .
For County Commislioner I'ourtb
Vote for. one.
A. A. McRAI.
J. L1. '0W.NSI(ND.

Mattiew S. Q ay, United States
Senator from Pensylvapla, died at
his home at Beaver, Pa., Saturday
afternoon, a'ter ani illneiw lasting
about one year. Mr. Quay. vir-
tually carried the politics of Pen-
sylvania in his vest pocket. He
had a winter home in Florida and
by sanie who like to worship at the
feet of the rich be was dubbed
"Florida's third Senator." His
last term as senator from Pen,
sylvania was by appointment of.a
governor whomli he controlled. The
Legislature had refused to reelect
him because he stood indicted for a
serious crime and the Republioan
governor whose actions Quay con-
trolled appointed him Senator con-
trary to the wishes of the people,
and a few Democrats, among whom
was Senator Jas. P. Taliaferro, of
Florida, voted with the Quay re-
publicans to great him.
Campaign managers are never
without their troubles. The man.
agers of the R. W. pavis campaign
have had much trouble in l keeping
their. candidate out of uigbt wb1u
unpresertable. Brvai f'av
wtve uo agclh trouble (a Bi d
0", biu Wkor man) but,

The People's

Popular and Leading Candidate for Governor
of 'Florida.

Vote for him, and thus elect as your Governor a man in full sym-
pathy with the plain people ot his native State-one on whom the
Railroads and Corporations oi Florida have iso claitu for past flavors;
a iman of the people; big of body, brain and heart.
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Try Fagan's market for best meats. More Blind Tigers.
C. V. McQueen of Komoko was a busil- Sheriff Pennell brought iL J. W. Casey
ness visitor to the city Saturday. from High Springs Friday on charge of
If you want to buy, reot or sell a selling intoxicating liquors in a dry
hoese-See Moyers. county. W. J. Osteen having heard that
Elder Chris Matheson filled the Pres- a warrant was out for his arrest on a
byterian pulpit at Mikeaville Sunday. similar charge, came in and gave um
citizen Both men waived examination and gave
SR, S. radley, a prominent citizen of bond-Osteen in the sum ocf 1.5o and
Wacahoota, wa in the city Saturday. Casey in the sum of $5oto await the
II. Mec. Grady of High Springs was action of the grand Jury.
transacting business In the city yesterday. We are told that Oteen denies selling
Hon. W. M. Blitch of Santa I'e was any liquors but admits that he secured
transacting business in the city Saturday. United States licenses for the purpose.
Mr. and Mrs. Hague Strickland of Par- This certainly looks bad for Osteen, for
adise were shopping in the city Saturday, who can believe that he would pay for
-' Z M. Sanders of Hawthorn was in the the licenses only to look at.
yesterdayand renewed hlia subscriptlan to Go it Sheriff Pennell, ever law-abid-
the Star. ing man and woman in the county will
Col. W. S. Broome went to Jacksonvill endorse your actions in hunting down,
yesterday and is expected to return to capturing and caging the "varmints."
the city today.
W. T. McLendou, the Alachua water-
melon man, was among the visitors to MASrER'S SALE.
the city Saturday. Under and by virtue of a Decree of
te Fity Saturday foreclosure of Morigtge, made and ren.
0. P. Cannon, candidate for county dtered on the 7th dy of May,A. D. 9o4
comnmiasioner was in the city Saturday by Honorable J. T. Wills, Judge of the
from Rocky Point. Circuit Court for the l1ighth Jtdii,
Cro Rocrcut of Florida, in and for Acbus
T. F. Davis of Rocky Point was in Ihe county, in a certain cause there
city Saturday and had his name entered ont the Chancery side of said
on the Star subsctlption list. wherein L. C. Gracy, is Cc
and T. H. Wideman is
Oiddluga' lair Grower does the work. Ferdinand Isyer, as Sp M
For Wale by Dr. S. oiddings, oaines- appointment of the Couri -
ville, and. the Pobtofflca Drug tore and J. public outcry bo t t
A. Stephens, High Springs, Pla. in the city ofi h,
County Superintendent Shands, of Lee county, i ordloD Wf.I-
County was a guest of his brother, Mr. hours of sale, to a
T. W. Stands, of this city yesterday. der iterefor all the
Big lot of good work mples for sale Ple 0arcei or tract oa
cheap at W. R. Thiomasa' stables, tall cut", lorid,' and des edipa tn
and seo the n and if you need any horse, *age, Itucornlyeg of th st-a
wagons, buggies, harnes, etc., call quarter o te ornethweoft quarter ofast
Thomua. tie two (s), Township eight (8) soatb
lion. 0. M. Tilllman of 'Campville, re- of- Range nten (Ioe ) at. Oon. oaia-
cent nominee for.ltbe Legislature, was in aIg ten o101 areas, Togthler with i
the city yesterday and paid the Star of- and. sinkla the tenement, haiediti.
Me a least and appurtenancel to% tb.e.iae
Rie* a pleam call. thinaa ori,, nin anywfaa aon aterUifUtnm, mm

isid T. H. Widewaa borU Pt-. id al
herein to pay said D aet "
Specla Mater lt Chtonry.
Complauiant's Solicitor. '

Mrs. Will Goote, a worthy lady of
thi city, desires to hitorsp tle publIa
that sheba take. a sewiag, and wll tbe
pleased to haye those having sueh ,wqk
to do, to tend o t her.' bhe will do,
good work at rasq a le prices. F

Have you seen our lines of low shoes,
we have the greatest vatuee you ever
heard of, eome,tn a"d try op a pairalnd
you will be eonvilaeo that our Shoe De-
parttment is the place to buy shoes for
city wear, far country Wear, for.World's
Falr and for travel. L. 1. Smith.
Mise Clauda ,.prdly,. a popular and
damoapUshed Ofaung ledy of Wacabhoosta,
was In the -cty yesterday. MisClaude
was one of the. elent teachers in the
Lake City aoho61 di.uing the last term,
and there, lke everywhere else she goesW
she eadeezed herself to atl the good peo-
ple. -



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1. E. Barwick on the Senatorial



Is It Imagination About Flagler, "r
Railroads, and Other
Influences ?
Palmetto, Fla., May 24, 1904.
To the l'ditor of the Metropolis:
"It is all imagination," said a banker
to tue, "that Senator Taliaferro is in all-
ance with the railroad interests of the
State." This statement made, think how
Inuch imagination there was in the de- ..,
velopments of the late campaign, with
its established records and facts and re-
ports, and I asked myself: Is it all im-
agination that the railroad nIterests o
the State supported Senator Tallafter in
the primary election of May so, and did.
not support the other three catdidtate-
for the tame position? Is it all iaaglas ,
tion that Mr. Flagler placed, or eased
to be placed, in the hands of Seater
Taliafet ro, to aid him in his candidate" .',*
his private correspondence with. Mr. ,
Stockton? Is it all imagination that
Senator Tallaferro did read, exhibit and
.otherwise use the said private correspon-
deuce, and thereby proving that he had
the support and confidence of Mr. Flag-
ier, and through him thie support and
confdence of th entire political railroad .,
interests of the State.
Is it all imagin:tion that Mr. Plagler .^
did buy and pay for, and does now own
the Times-Union? Is it all imagination
that in the late campaign the Thnie- n
Union supported noae other than candi-
dates known to -be in alliance with the
railroads of the State? Is It all imagina-
tion that ex-Senator Call wasa secured by
the railroad interests of the State to make
his race in the late primary for the per-
pe.s of detracting from Mr. Stockt o'e
vote? In it all imagination that Senateor ;
Call in his speech at Tallahassee coca .'.
mended Senator Taliaferr In high tegas,
while a few years agr this same Senator
Call tried to convince the United state s
Senate that Senator Taliaferro bad aMcrtf
ed his election through corrupt mas ..
and by direct purchases with corporation '
money? Is it all imagination that othiert
were employed by the Flagler railroad
interiget of the State to make high sound-
nlg but fallacious charges which Senator
Tallaterro with a great show oflnnocence
could easily disprove and at the anne
time valiantly vanquish his etitloub op "
poentu? ,
Is it all iimagination that in Tamps.. .
and at other place, Oat May so, ra lre-.',
money and influence was both ple'tht'-'* f
and free? Is it all imagtinain. t&t ,o .
election day grown men WeOT se-w, *w 's
Ing Taliaferro tag., oome of whom -*k
dlng so to worry out their part of- th* ";
borgMu to vote for senator Tabafeeo? ;. 1
tlcontaMt afd generally believed Vpi,;,.'
tlat .f sr p,, re e.ay f.' ?."
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osept- by St
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a a single
Iton is left
S.dred buiMlin
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been.; a 1 nre i n e too uam r ur
P xrom building to building the fire
!,' leaped down the west side of Maiu
&ot to Jefferson, thence to the Sat
sM s ad' within half an tour ieavy
SsWaese tractur ona the thrrew bi
h'' he ld b loen laestyeUd. -"
S' at Jeffertn a e fire isbued to
Sthe, river -and then sartdmw,- north,
Wpeg vernythlin in hula pDt to
aIn lumber yartd stoppN pAt
i liumber yard. aVre-al 4ftLrp-
',AIF OO000 lumber stok,.
i4dsitang ftMat the fire was ba6r4
-Wit-oo q*4 the lot fire depaW pment'.
ear lJi4alfes sent sout sapeaM n*
tll, ~*9 th Jeaiksqu fire depvrt-it,
U by, ayor Hemingway, aad t
*e$ Oub, Are' ediprtnent. heasde by
W eVardaan. hurried to th*
S*8peclal tmlne. The Tadt-
spt estdae a reeorl breaking
S OTr g the o tanoe of 45 miles
f 'ffi^ut-.
t iO w ft-t tihe arrive iof asltet-
46%% it *eeied that the fire we lrI-
K*pt under control, but shortlyy after
680to It broke out frtteth st the Calu-
-mgt Olib, derlyilng bbat structure,
'|P4 theme to the lgenolla Inn,
eimptroylin c the wholesale ware-
o f the (oyer company, eCon
USage.#, 6 00,000 etook of aoeod
19 Whbte cbahuoh in town. the
l ti. tBptet-t, lpreoopre ll, P. reof
l ."ad Orsieolla, were burned.
'Ithel .riib office, the Oupmber-
dt*lei-otoe exchtanuoe dand e t TI
"eadk. aMslialmppl valley passenger

TMe tuo banldne Ine.ttutons, the
-lk hb, the erpre3 offices, poeteo-
ce, were swept imwa.
SThe' only bu-ldings of oonsequeaoe
.r drmty' exposed which eastcaped were
Sthe eoiurt he rt annd t.he Fannis 3.
,.' es memorial library, and through
ie queer prank of fate tibeee wore
'unburned. anthouni aureronded by fire
4f BIIt tdos.
SUnder Martial Law.
the town is under martial law by
S-, er o M syor Hol M. The dwavta-
tUl3 of the barlnew a district ts cote-
Pt Twenty-elgbt blocks were licked
n by the flames and only the
ai*l"cmod brick walls and smolder-
ae beiw mark trhe spot where .htnd--
a1'e0 buildings once stood.. Q't3e to-
1 vtmI build lngs deBtroMd fully
;Zth ndred and nifty w're. 1Ainl-
tb ruaklence a mnny of old ooltiai
i', 'hlteatnre and occupied by tuMne of
,#WJit -htiteast e ttlean of the south.

-,rdmar b Men Take slgnifleant Ao.
V, tlon at Atlanta eonvoetlen.
.,i Li, t note of war was struck
,t op the hardware men at their- wel-
1 qs In. Atlanta when a reenlutict
namsled d aewrig s- wr rgainst the
I ,.aaiwee housieS. The measure oreat'
4, e.oa~tdlUle nSottement when .it
p t itnmai"oed, fad alt all present
qwt srpeed that the .time bad come
vIl ro trw te-i Wt be taken
p rIotecItion of t-twtl-1 hard-.
eam fromu th e Inr0est4 W e by
bilgl qatt a1pano houses. "


of Disaster at Yjuoo City Wle
Not EKxsggerated.
reports from Yasoo City,
#l *aure business ditrrit sad4
4t41ree score reeideonse were
i v" flent olaqtt w1taeady.
o *Alng the Iko

ilThey will


I t pal,., iS
,,M, ,lWqmet
--i State

w" i Ado pted p at hosen."
S r itltte convention at .ashri
istrous Blaze in HisIs Wedqeud, Tentesseu- ,Ammial
of Missisippi. no:nate4 Jamew '. Frmalt w tme
----- IngI filE% eadnft
a.$attfom us t ott divladi*tett,
S SECTION GONE 1 t* convention to vot Ut,
ot .Neow York, for pros '
votes a anit on all
v into the Millions While The platform goo
Insurance le Unknown. Istration of GoO(-*
SLaw Is Enforced d"hn s the Aa l
MuWvi'e Order. d:re at hdsg a re-
oi Uop, -aht.an investi-i
, the welt-bleat town in D tloni~t and other *l'
p1 delta, loatedl 45 mUl ", t dspat'etits at
ekonm, the ospital, wIas ~K~- the present adminle-
be firo fiend Wedneeday 'im platform, among other
e nigth fend.f slo eds* '
O night, anda." a '' --'q" h especially necessary to r.
bundnesa lbtouB in ti strict the executive head of the fedr-
standing. Over two hutn eral government within the coastltu,-
P were wreoked bY the' tional limits of his authority, and npO
e )Ot i s-datiablited be- argument of temporary expedloem. la
justify the assumption by him oft
,000 and $2,600,000. ITh powers conferred, exolupively upon
will probably covbr the the legislative department of 0te gowv
ilt o enemtent, or the violation 'by himn o
as be i c omParis lain provisions of costttional., t-ato
ute and treaty law. '
Natrots *.'alt hasw ver so. "We therefore denounce the ~.atyr
e history of Mississippi., unlawful acts and acts of Ustrp6lt lu-
popie are homielessi'eek- thorlty by the present odoupant tl the
uterever offered and ap- white house, a attack ufin th* verF
seat set out for fooi and existence of conmtltutional government
Sent ol Ior food a n this country." .
osuy are destitute, every ".e favor the prompt construction
s at provision house bIV- of 'the trans-isthMlan canal, but we
ted up by the flaset. ca.detma the course of the administra-
artSd in the redtesa- a titon In deliberately pursuing a lawless,
rated t the r ee o revolutionary and dsehonorablq .optrg
SMain d Mound ateets. In that matter when the go'if t4
Is unknown, bhe flames could have been aocoapiltTl, Taw,
llanvaren In the nparlo fn. Itulle



pin U f BYthat Mhre had
r ~ ~~A- DiV 1%6 tAM Irm AAAJA'SAA~i

Tbe Sean-ICetfewn apsetspoedat
iOf The DOIWy Ohxb Ie (SMeft)
-2a re na rs.$. Bam, iken-
.*ft,ft t ,i46i. a 1, Plow that

re 4,o0. over ,0 t i0a rs-

elans eurresroed& The rert d40o not
6t5" taoe tasse laop..
4e he "7ag *1"A -.
SJapa Take Kttiest.
Aeii6ted PR Sle fro* m Ob0-
fo State tht. -it. k 'lind friom a
rilles#ii loameu tbU thtm J;e&eaa took
Kin .hop Thkureaty an are now par-
auing the wary.
A- dlaNmth to Tle Centras nows
(Oxmadon) froma Toklr o ea-wthe ,J1es -
see tabe stormed vad eftlared the
loun of Kla-.hou, n 8bout- a miles
.tIa- of Port tthur,
Aer te oelftation of Kin Olhou,
the -$1imtPow retired In good order
to the bltip a further south, which
were attptd the full lJtmansee
ie 4 carried after a *tiubborn

pondsot of ThW e Osntrl News cabled
lhat 'I Japanese spies had ascer-
tsined that the Rusts-tane had thirty
lus a Kil tolu and numerous
mites and wit entanglements at all
poaits whr.e a panese attack waS

The coeri tpondent of The Central
News it Thbko 4 bles 'tUw the Jb*
ena ai. take tiLn-itwan-plsn, on the
brnalnmet -part ot the Iowaop-ung pe-
niniul Wedeedla.y and drove hack
the. awtani by ma dn forest.
RueSlawo Thought Town Was safe.
A t. .Peterdttg eespoal sa: The
general staff Is not ia f poitelon to
connrm or deny the Toklo report that
the Japanene have ocepled Kin Chou.
The "teost official information regard-
lng figghtlng in that vicniity w corn-
veyed in GOenew l Kuropttkln's tele-
gramn, whioh aid that the Ja panese
had lost 700 on May 18. This agrees
with Inforaation oonl'.aled in the A>
soolated Pree .dtepiatchee of MAy 25,
General Kuropatk(itr aepaently accept-
lng the report from the Msene Chinese
SIt would be a great surprise to the
wsthoritles in St. Petersburg if the
report of the *wpoture of Kin Ohou
should prove to be true. The impreas-
slon.heretofore entertained that Kin
O(lu would prove a hard nut for the
-Jeuahesae to crmdk, and that Ito redue-
ton would need a slege train and call
for careful approaches which would
oootpy the enemy for a long time.
The opinion of the best authortism.
Is that if the Japan6se ruftted Kin
-Ohou by a frontal attack, unsmtoported
by heavy gupws, which It is not be-
lieved they poreesas, the epture of
the place must have been effected at
a tremendous lose to the attackers
Torpedo Boat Fight.
The detailed ofilalal report of Vice-
roy Atexteff of the torpedo boat de-
stroyer fight of March 9, In which the
8;iereguechtalhnl was cut off and sunk
by Jaipanese crulaers and the fight
of the -following day in whieh the Jap-
anes torpedo boost was sunk by a
torpedob Is prawlhehd In St. Peters-
burg. The viceroy taw stress upon
the great delkscy of the destroyers
and torpedo boat, ad the eas with
which tHey 0re disabled .by a pQrojecUle
In the engine room. The rWhole of
the engine rom crew of the Vlastin-
Inl a*dTiven to the dock oy .the
escaping steam and thie boat was av-
ed only by the heroine of the engi-
neer. who. though buried anu eacalded.
went below and succeeded ton again
getting up isteam.


Tennesaee Man Facetiously Declines
Honor of Vice Presldeoeay
Bspeakincg of the Tennessue deto-
nti ataten convention'. Idoreemmznt
a* laisla lf for the vice preeMeetlal
BnOjuetio, Senator U W. OameMck
"Of enore, I appreciate very highly
the oapomliment p.4d me by the con-
vent-on, bat my ctandidacy for vies
preident will end just were It be.
pan. MW alleged oaudlday began aad
endd In the Teanees e convention.
andl, while it bsgsa without jyr con.
aent, I will heestitilly comment to tLhe
end thereof."


Objectionable Religion Premoters Rx
palled from Vensuela.
A dispatl4c from Carsea, Venmeuela
my: The government hs expelled
fromt Maracaibo twt*re fpsamth moe-ks
whb came faent tf DdUnpne, -
STh6 ata or" the .eranu.et- wva
a o u ground that the policy u

GRO.NiWOOD IFiiiftW t. "

Half of .-Buslness eoatoled Wiped Out,
Hotel Proprietor Dies In PlidAR
Aully one-half of the bualmemi pop
tion of Greenwood, B. C., was wip"
Shy firs early Wednesday i
.he property lon will approximate
1188,000, with about 70,000 tnrteu,9.
Irs. Annie Moseley, propritre4 oq -
the entral. hotel, lost her i9fe9an the

he Are originate. It to bqIlevd, an
Ibq kitchen of ,tto Ce0tral hotel, 19-
Mated In the building owned by J. A
0. -.. Spiget and occupying the entire
asoend story.. The first alarm was
given at"8:l -a. W, by ant e004er0 ont
a Charleston and Wetateli Catolina
relgt train tending It the yard.
The tra4 it* e was sooyr the spot
and the .boarders were awakened by
by them. R. A. Abernethey, who oo-
cupiei the room next to the kitchen,
was almost overcome by smoke, but
was able to wake Mrs. Moseley, who
was sleeping in the room next above
him. She was greatly excited and be-
San screaming. It was supposed that
she would at oanc escape, as all the
others were dolng.
Just a fewa inlautes before a ladder
arrived h arleris hurbed and the red
tongue of flames fillIng her window
tod the borror4trioken few that her
-death agony bhad come and was over.


Former OffloJal of Postofflce Depart-
ment Not Gillty of Consplracy.
At Washington, Wednesday, within
twenty-two minutes of the retirement
of the Jury in the ease of James N.
Tyner and Harrison J. Barrett, tried
en charges of oonepiracy. In connec-
tion with their duties as law officers
of the postoftee department, a verdict
of not guilty was returned.
The throng which filled the court
room through the arguments to the
jury hardly had time to leave tile
building before the jury was back,
and the foreman announced that a
verdlit had been reaht.ed. General
Tyner, expecting a longer wait, had
been wheeled from the room and his
nephew jadt eoefendant hastened to
give an order which caused hbtW to ro-
central 'rer appeared greatly ex-
cited ao 1he satempted to acq i the
orty, 6d theU the verdtot was re-
turned. -be broke downs completely.
several of the Jaro's rept with him,
and all of them shook haist with him.


March Toward Mukden Resumed After
Strategle Retreat. -
Aegprding to the latest Ipfmattilon
obtainable, the Japanese1 ha1e reumod
their forward movement toward Muk-
Several columns are advanclg,
tlAqghp the bulk of the Invading army
las tul near Feng-Wang-Cheng.-
The- Iare porastebt reports of a
bloody 'ttU havTing taken place be-
tween the Japtaese anny advancing
along- te 44 tletad9f"0 Pulantlen eaI-1
the RussiIa. =e= r Kin-Choiu. Ll&'-Ttns
peninsula, utins tn the del*at of
the. iapan with great le1e.


Worlw in H r fnen Are Having
Sr tlegnuo" Eperleoneees.
The'- birtolaers weat out on a rym-
awhl d ""lI ato New OrienM flMrs.
day, fl'thql Oivherrani budinMg op-

tteOt4 IP. ut tOe* tim u the

I r tt atd 1 *~'t .Stil t
A -t
.',':", ,..
.. ha ,,ta l.

PuN .I t OUT..

I i -t

ren.W j e.ng.

,., ". ._. _.-

place Was Thought to So DeertOMd hk
Japs, oaut Trty "Iurtt 5t.
Them WOee Lylnig 1 t
"OVA thbI..,

The only means of eecape was
through aa *Ir shaft 380 feet deep
and down this ehaft a rope was low-
ered and the men brought out one by


New Move to Be Inaugurated by the
Poetofaue Department.
In connection with the decision of
thie patoaee depamanent to take reps
to elimlnat-4 objec44onable patent med-
tlnes and other objectionable adver-
:thoaenti tDmm the feuwampers, .! aa
onommed some weeks ago, It is uow
tated that all thesp eawe wil!
bib taken utp Individually on their

Ih.ol 'tae will be cona fered arse
teay by the law eofmern of the depa.t-
mWet, and whea the eaes are found
to involve volaitons of the &rlw goS
esnlmng suoob mstt the Amerfean
Kweraptpr Pbbllabes' Asaseoptta
WIE be nmatled.

an ert Have b*t C* Moted.
' ", P. IfWtorn & 00. attbter.,t at

Hurled to Their Deom.
4.,w Sth f a MnIt, .. i...
Sm stw' kaie three
taf.y loj4. IS Am e huart b- an
sapaicoft Ca baMn N *tian trly 4d
swUlidfl he tt ieat re" WieI "at.

mnr%* gfltt 6tome Jo3seph Pr1i0
wttsw It t believed to be
a Pfi tamIutrmace agent, travel-
ifg with oCbgiha Prim; Wflliam
qwhe &rrwivoftt h Mrer, dfi~ttpOt-
Quta.e om t a to te s I w
warm t coloand;
Ia=n Tlorntoh; J.oan Piot anod
four white tck haads. najt u Un-

Tito bacthe t the radY tahe-
The .NYtoa w tntme uo f the pi at h
ao obie awMl e Opikl QOmbulancepy
nd the zt mobile of the morngys ao
with dx b.anme, twelve d 6a boats snd

She arrived at her deatiflstli kNt
midnigUt. bed pescIbid obwiM--' the
iernR and U- abut to tie s p when
S l mloiles from he her of he
ity. cTh e of the takdent to the
known. The tat -ad just put about
to bask the to" 0o'o aI landing pla&wn
wren enthe eplonl John im W lHenty
uyktl fir pate, o uld e e ver pr od
platoon, of the c w*e ofatr acci-
dent, we adtt Oleed tad neer -Walker
were the only he one wthe boat who
"Oevepd Injury.
The polite and hospital ank 8la ceet
anod the uto hoblea of the morning
newmgaper carriedd a oorDf t c physl.
clr ee found to he scet yarde, which
Sfour mile from th e heart of therom
city. The Injured were taken to th,
residence oft Co bloel John W palle of
ntilrate n cou n be better proving Wded or
at hospitals. 1r. Viailena' house,
whieu to ins abotrut 1fo0 yards from the
river, wa badly eainaged biy the ox-

njured. The fremoti doorwertie plint of-
eda, the d a peer nd electhe d daweng
room we to shatte t.. red -and nearly every
United In tes enator e wabr wen.
The Wdelete frm nilt eighteen years
he aslgd foreconstrcted lt n partlause,
year. She w vas.u.ed ait 25.5000. Her
length was 175 tett and 30 feet beam.'
The wa eory remark made blown to
piece and he b he proeedk in 18 teet
of mittedlyer. Two heavMry pieces of her
bollAir weoe found elenost 500 yards
froim the eank mud her flag boats from
the top of wh tre near onl pvde park,
herld be, heIt w blowing a m piece of
wrelesft -

Dremtoorata n Convention Were Anx-
as toe instruct for the Senator.
The democratic state convention of

atetog the lat. Lou on of venton.
It atell Str tesmodSenator Gorevian was
a deleatndene fror he lolrdi county and
'homis entry nto thdures convention full nve
the sgtonl for entb aotic pplavernment
da wma every remark made by the
senator during the proceedings.
The plaresent by n ctratonvention ad-
mittedly embodies Mr. Gorman's opin
Whilon of the delenational to platform
should be. he being a member of the

to national Isue and prexctcallto t an-
dorses the line of action followed by
motive democraticteering committee
dring the l ate senoton of congress.
it calls h our moderate tariff revisithon
-independence for the Filplno, econ-
omy in expenditatres and full Investi-
gation of all n, alleged crookedness Iturn
the postoflrmer and other government
dThertaents M and severely criticises
the present adi WmiistratAln.,
While the delegation to St. LouiA
wapoty. Thircted except to vwerte ascut
a unit, It .s admitted thaLt this course

tor n the t mes rn the main plain-en

tr or and for a time alled hopis return w

cy of Boton, which, together with I number." Of course, his wife never
allllated concern, the Dr. Green Ner "got fooled on the number;" she made
vu-rn Cotpany. which was com-pellul nMistakes with malice aforethought.
to suspend this spring, filed a petition But. atIyway, there were days of war
In bankruptcy In tha Un teId States dis- Itn that fint and nights of profanity
trict court thursday. The total liabil- and calls for old slippers aud hot foot-
JUeS of PetlDnilll & Co. are plawed baths, all of which that woman bore
Sb $1,17,975. of Which $1.206,396 is witllh heavenly meekness and silence. |
represented* a unnscurod. The total The other day, however, her lleg
Is distributed among over 7,000 cred.lord a outcedl that he was going to
Itors. vich ere almoVt entUrely news break those shoes In or dle; he was go-
liper compares scattered from nes ng to wear them to his offce and trust
aor. to the Pacific Coat. to the excitement of business duties
cr. &o t~he Pacific C L to divert his m1ind from any possible
The assets are scheduled nominally disco dfort ho might experience. The
at $30,787 in cash and $50,000 in ac- wife umbtly suggest lthatce. Th e
counts due, of which $270,000 kL oved an ald pair 1f shoes along i ease o
vby te Nervura cosay-. *renerrgenicy, bnt he scorned her remarks
__ andi deparled.
NOW WORKING UNDER CHARTER. Three hours later an offlee boy ap-
--- pared at her home wtth a laconic
Gordon Monument Asteelation Per-. tneesage to send down the oldest, big-
an Monuetl iwe-st and pasiest masculine footgear the
1tu1 O jasabation at Atlanta.. house afforded. The request was com.
- Formal oM4a otio of the John B. plied with promptly, but accompany.
Gordot Mo aunet Aspolcation was itig the parcel was a delicately per-
'tebted at Atlanta, OIL. Thursday fu ned note containlang the tender, so-
aftearoom by the aeceptaam of the lihltous query: "Why do'Wt you get
ehat, the .adoption of by-law. and shoes to fit you?"r-Baltimore Sun. ,
the qleftan off eoern sad directors.
CTU'flaUhfl WUKS rrinment Rla at

a o eeome "ann= w were Preent
W. L. OslhsA; vToe presldtet, Allen
.k Candlerm ; ewm twry, JOemp T. Der.
ry, aR& trewsr0IS, HR. ThOtrto.L

C. -,
A, W*'Ot Ie'fW

. t.t, .fXohL
Whichtaa a

XMlBi t* 1 lhtlt.
Erery living bird and beast strives
Its utmost to cram itself with hod
before retiring for the night, and this-
roed is digested as the night pro.
greaser. The evening feed la the feet
of the tioy Withe the brute crettis
and let doctors tell us to rerai tlot
6mutlng heartily at night tand OViast
08ie us to rtire. to lost wltI-Vjsq
or lessmaplyr5t~ipsUsae A


- .--- -....lr PJ' '._.,
,h,, .. ,. '-. 0 i' ts
1i4w wN 5net Delegates *to ractlris and OCle. ihe ran
SEi. util, and It w yearly in numbers, are a thousand ma-
P0l slat4 rsnltm chines that surpass in deftin, and
-- even gut-thlnk the homan brain. Now
-me Aho bobame a *ootra te con. o0n1 are 0onstantll tInre tada
r"0n0 ws -heis n, wctbomery on T hi thbs. il.uplv re 4 ,ec4
VWu12mbqp"M6. ,4 -ha Man It ag FIlqt ekW utson the ohifl,.II 9
|IS (' .A j,~ W ftf f ', .in single action, the border patternsI .aD
o o ulon bgram centres, which former te-
Sreiolutlons adoplhe.l rre q hired a whole process of handwork.
r1ted that '4t the present Lime Judge The machilne looperatedbl toI3Da
AJ6it B. iPaker k e the most available air, titd t a utuin .) t l4
ad aooeptAbIe candMtlto feor 1a n1l- decorating. tn this manner, 120 doe
1teo ft 1 M s ,S thl4&, iAt pieces of crockery In a single hour with
tM. *tat en.,'& ne convention ia the assistance of two boys.
fI Vilk Wlaonmatimos. 'te unite rulo was A new speed Iqdetor ). I,..ee
put in force, and as overwhelming abj.es4 to jee0tIttlyh practice ibat not
ajorlJQ of the delagMa i settqd fa onl, Indeiates the varying speed of t!t
Vtor t neaiaftiol lIt Park?. engine, but automatically applies the
SPOW fL t. ussell. general coon- brakes when the speed exceed; the
seI f0r 1lo Mobile and Ohio railroad; established safety limit, thustsuccess-
ColonS H.S.9D. 11). lallry, chelirinaafully replacing the "spefd feel" ta tet-
of the atte democratto _oni. hte;'l ;1,tij o nva, witt Kuesswork In office
SWHIStm RlS hPtto t f t Rfi u nds N: is ,hi m nlimanagement, and to find out
tll tb itA t A ah Rufua N 'the real amount a( value of each and
Ntews, wtre' I'o dee Birmlnghafi .every different kind or labor expended
News, were elected delegates ast Iirgo on n given piece of work, there is a
to the St. Louis convention. Richmnond uma(.ine which nnakes a permanent
Pearson Hobeon, of Greenalbro, and record be corid trltntlip, nt bril of a
William IT. aSamford, of Troy, were tingllt pr-lodi ot time, but itls of an in-
nominatwd for denO*rrIttk e@AbteSa At ilerinite nlinber bf periods. This rec-
largv orndi shOwa thUe number of hours and
0olonel 1-erty biray, of D!rating minutes put on the Job. and also the
haIa, wt temnporaty c-h-airman o.f the time of day when the job was started.
convebtiot, and Carnon S. Whitson, of \When the job Ls done the totals of la-
Taitlade.a, was permanent ehair:ain. bor costs are ett.ild oba the outsideof
Senate r Morgan and Petits were the o-iitI1pc containing them, together
present and occirpled seat9 div the with a record of the materill used.
platform. e1,ch delited1 a short arl Faaei record is entered on the factory
drees. Ubbator Pett-us declared that It books for periumaett reference.
was the t1mo for work, and not qeech- The sBwing of buttons on shoes and
making. Senator Morgan spoke of the on garments is no longer dnleby hand
conservative spirit now prevaler-: In in iodprt fitcto etis 'here' is A ma
t4he democratic pxrty. and pred;tild chuefld that sews 5300 buttons on gar-
tha with tihe nomlnr4lon c a man uetls lit Mlue hours--or nmote thall
on whom the party could unite a eight expert sewers could possibly do
sweeping victory would he won in No. In the satme time. limit machlbe re.
vembeP. quirei o i expert operator. A boy or it
Rlcbmnond Pear~oan Ho'b30on1. ~for girl runs5 It.
Richmiond Pearson Hobton. ar And lIt one insurance office, where It
eIme fdetme his ao uarance In rAn Ie Insurance offlee, where It
tLe first time wade his awearaco In was formerly necessary for a force of
a ate convention, was wildly cheer clerks to opy names on reference
ed by the de4eattes. cards to be filed Iu -larious places, ono
The salten4 features of thd e platform eletk ha w whites the name on a single
which was adopted unsanimonly fdl tard with metallic Ink, clamps It In a
low: holder wiih a number of blinnak cards,
"We emphiatloaly protect a.ginet and flashes ani X-ray through the pack.
the InI'hods of the pre-'n ta leif etX- et. Thus by a single motion one maltt
ecutive of the Uilted .States In defy writes, or rather prints, ll the cards
lag the laws of the landJ, In setting -Lhe World's Work.
s1p hlis discretion In opposition to eox- -.
plktit provisions of the national tat WORDS aF WISDOM '
uite and arrogating to -hkmself leg % -O '
tllative functions. W. a condemn Im.- a a. rtDsrEtitctls.
perlaeilm in either the execuldvo or Civility is i1 charm that attracts the
judicial departments of "the govern love of all men, and too.much sl better
Mnenut, and especially condemn thu Ofa- than to show too little.
grant usurpation of power to which Fortunately for stupid people, thb
thls country has been treated in recent weather changes oft nt ltnough to sup-
years, and the coruption and eio-ava ply them %ith something to talk about.
gance of the present national ropub A cheerful boy and a modest girl
Wleas asdminlstation. need give no concern to father or
"Wthile this (onventlon does not In mother. These are traits that form a
strmult tfhe delegation from Alabama substantial superstructure to build oin.
to the coming national convention, as Ifa boy thinks that be is having hard
to the candidates for whom Its vote lines, let him be tohl tbht t wenty-flv6
shall be cast at cuch convention, but yveer age about ti e only gnmes the
.prefers to leave the dlegepsAlon trec. bys had were baseball, marbles and
'to cast ltl vote there for a unit, as A tops.
majority thereof may then decide with Oe reason why some people get
all the lights before them, yet we, Oneatig swappin horses because
considering I-he situation as It is now y look too ewapping hor at the horeeuse
before us. do hereby declare that rctc td nt lose enough at the fellow
ognlzing his eminent fitneEa for the they're trading with.
plate and hts exab'ed character a he an wh has been good to h
man, we believe that Jiudge Alton other nd family can been gocused for
Brooks Parker, of Now York. It the laoIng thIls world without an eventful
most available party for the preiden career. in a pworalseworth wan eventfy, h
ey, and that the entlTnent of the too, has done a great deal y,
democracy of this state is fa-vo able toore has done a great den
I to hls no nina'tion. here are so few very elever oung
to his no.nlnaslon. tat whPnever one discovered
"The vote of the Alabama delegntion nloes that a theecr one a diseoveret
to the SL. touls convention shall be talk and i 0tseratijcti AnOd the col-
cast as a unit. as may bh decided by a tialkt of te ration A re not overcrowd-
majority thereof, on all que..t41ons sub at that areoovercrowd
mitted to the convenldon."l t I
mittd to the I ppreclnt the fact that the young
FORTUNE IN OULD COAT. leln of toIlay have an exalted idea of
FORTUNE IN O COAT. their imorance. They nare tod that
Garment ht at Auction Concealed the world has progressed wonderful.
Garment Bnught at Auction Concealed in tie last hundred years, and a
Five $0,000 Treasury Notes. the youth stretches himniself out while
Five ;t0.000 treasury notes .save telling you all about It. he cmII be seen
been found 'n an old moth-eaten coat, to feel that he contributed largely to
purchaeat b> Etlmer Bekerson, of Ieo the advancement.
g'ota. N. J., at an auction sale of un
claimed baggage in a railroad sra Whemn the Worm Turned.,
Nether the trunkThere is a young wife nla this town
contained tl.re any market of identifl- upon the itrl dalntuness of herl shoes
cation. Ecterson was about to throw and lii order to live up to her reputa-
the gament awy, when he dismvered tlon for mai hands and feet she very
ah.e treasure arefully wrapped In oiletd properly refuses to purchase footwear
silk. The Ic-ky buyer Is 63 years old. that would warrant the phrase, "As
and iwll 't once take a vacation Itn easy as au old shoe" on first wearing.
muromps There Is a period of what is termed
*"breaking in" Iher shoes, and her hus-
band's unfeeling habit has been to
PETTIN shoes to fit you?"
Well Known Advertising Agency Goer It happened that'last week the hus-
to the Bankruptcy Court. band bought a new pair of shoes, and,
Pettlngtll & Co.. an advertising agen- as he expressed Jt, "got fooled on the

that road could probably be built for
less than one-fifth of the cost of build-
ing it of cmuased stone, have three
times the smoothness and more than
ten times the durability of a crushed
stone road, and at the same time be
nearly dustless and mauless.
Brick made at lintg sing could also
he cheaply delivered at all points in
New York State, and also be shipped
4o all points aloag Take Erie by ihar.
thus enabling the greater part of the
proposed New York and Chicago road
to be built by this superlo. syEst'".
and at a costO$ low ua to he lar.;-
nificant when empared with Its su"11-
sta itlal and 1lating bemnfts.-Wayucs-
boro (Pa.) Hettld. .
LewArdh Ne OWServ=te.
A London emN1oyent afent. to en-
courage her clients tI giVe asatifaetloi
to their empioyep", s: ashe will 1pre
sent a gold wtt d'b t, a sli ervant eln-
gaged from Ihei ft' tl '*#o remains in
the same sitMitlbs y Ie ; a silt -r
watch to any at wh pj her Sit-
nation for.twO b ctd a brooch to
those who .avye S tn the se
bonse for 934 r,,.'

I's a jo ypls


-- a

a t. present general niqve.

84pAtss tahont
. I al ai in read building ianvo
greatly stimulated t11e
tudy the best inmethodi of 'nad
Whie to the general public (he idea
of building permanent roads is to Itsa
broken stone after the system first ein.
played by John MeAdam, about tIs
yestr W758 other pihedi iibitki i,-j
&artfuilii tudJed in order to build ti,,
lowest oia
It seems a remarkable fact In 'l,.w
of the great Improvements itt ev.ry.
thing connected with modern life, uitl
we are still building our road ilih
ame way Aber ..we bil4.t (1v1p ,11
Tari ago: This resulted troi the tI,,.
eraiia intibductiotd o the raillro-il.
.rblhic caused the improvement of
bur common road to be sadly n,.-
lected, as well as advancement in tili
irt of building them',
Ar Bt bltacle inn thb w6iy of luitlil.
(ng lurable roadS bof crushed stone is
found in the lack of suitable stoet. inI
moat localities where good road Momno
Is found. In New York State, for in.
stance, where road building bas li,,-.
vety active rd recent years; stone iias
bebd hlipped bvbfr 'SW inll 111 toini
instances in Order to bbtain stonle of
good quality.
The lack of good road material lias
caused careful ttdd, bf tarildns iifih-
add of tiad building by experts. with
the result that for general use u slmt-
lOcation bf the oldi atong wheel trinek
or tramway roads; which have been in
constant usq for over 1W0 years with.-
biUt llttitlai weaLs bt cost, has ieed
highly tdmmended; The old train iny
roads could only be built at reasona-
ble cost In .a few localtUie having stit-
able stone, but by substtutiuing pat ing
brick for the stone slabei this BlIpcIlloi
formi of tad tA b6 eheply built in
everr. ioa&lit#.
Itn tat, bven iiU the favored localities;
Where good toad dtonE la abundant,
the Uin tt these brick wheel iid,'-k
teoneldeably decdieases the first tesk
it 'oadt, while they practically ido
away witiall rerair expenses, as a dl
as the dust and mud, and at the astaI
time enable thred t ftout times t it
10ad IW b6 handled Vith the same tenit
This Improved method of road hullI.
lang has been adopted by a nuiuber -f
localities and the efMt has been ditmdi
to be frout $1200 td 2500 a mile. i,--
tording to the elatived cost bf maut-
Nials, label ; etci while the avernmesrftI
tof terlshid tbin readi has been about
$900 OO mile In New York, where ilia
greatest amount of road building inas
recently been done.
A section of this brick track rond
In the United States bepartmeht iof
Agriculttird grounds during the last
fout seasons shows ho material vweri
and has been UnlifPitily free front dthut,
tiud and iuts during that time, whlil'
an adjacent section of crushed stone
road has been nearly ruined during thi
same time, partly by the washing bf
I'ot hilly roads these brick wthe-l
tracks are especially adapted, ns Iy-
depressing theb tracks below the e'litl'
cent toad surfaced the water Is su,-
cesstully carried down the hills oin
them without the use of the objection-
able water breaks, besides enabliit
three times the grade to be used with-
out disadvantage.
Government road officials rec,'iii-
mend that long terut convicts be -nu-
ployed In penitentiaries In Inaking thi'
brick, cement, etc.. for these rounds
and short term convicts be used In
making the roads, to the moral cud
physical betterment of the convi'tI,
and claim that In this way the bttilt-
ing of these superior and most durable
of road should coat but $800 to $t2n)
a mIle In many localitIes. Thla make'S
an Interesting comparison with thle
cost of $9000 a mile in New York Stateil
for crushed stone roads, some of hiicl
have been nearly ruined by two or
three years of uge, while wheel tracks
similar to the brick tracks, built of
stone, near Albany, N. Y., In 183'1. at
a cost of $1500 a mile, show very Ill-
tie wear in more than seventy years
of constant and heavy traffic.
If convicts were thus employed la
sut-h penitentlarles as Bing Bing, New
York, for instance, where the best of
brick clays cooid be delivered at very
low cost by boat, and from which the
brick, etc., could be cheaply shipped tly
boat to nearly every point along tiat
proposed New York and Chicngo roamd.

tm moak e sI elaemebloe with the



ast air,s

(punye) .d
*o 0 to

T to i s 'ea tP le (: -


W1% lih, to know whether you had for-
," ......^... .. y Ii/h -
Thle deep voet o I'fi tl~6iA Ihe hWimll
B Y A A U L) S I E L u s. hiat out the hour-eleven.
"Surely not el-vevi!" she cried, rising.
.. -. ."lln i fqgyiet img everything-but you
i, t 'i -1 was dlu t ,l't .tI't Ariittia' att tell
-, "T'l TH t.AA l ( il'in, l elike: of -jin oil imli, griealalst -amid pronmilsed to send the bro'liftslf
W at lhis dinner, anw- i-nii ..('l'Y!i back for 4"rin."
a H liothtr giuest b mtm'd l m> f r rll..\nr li- Ii ; ? .ex I i iifppe Dick will look after ther;
i peeled. He had mno ,j, i iM. i." 1 nm 11mi ;1""lifg to lose tom agialin.
01r" tite, so the dlshes wiro, "It l'trmil inei"-MNrs. ('.stilia lii ed:.mI t Af'i-tr wilting nli these y.eati i f of l.'
Iei awaf l, itutst .lpiWta fl, 4 ,,Ifmv,,uil foritwari l;iil, '---ilin t you iiglit feel- as Li I cannot let 3uu out of muy
iUp presently from .la reveerl ilti \.'M il ililiA tli lemiriiil ni' t liiPi mla l ii' liit- aight,"
be bad fallen, lie met tile ise aniii's n, ieti'. -. t .1im tjlintfled merrily.
seri-lous gaze, and, with a Lilf it smil, The fh".-lhtr- ffit mlli:-hliil inUhl4.yr. (in afira d I fitt Ird: Polemi and
ro.e, throwing hist lapkin oil the nbl:>ho. "A.\id 1 iniled iu I. niiow iiure of the ine withli us to-morrow. 6lfc i3 t if -
"it's Jio ,ll se .Far'tii I' l toIl IirnIl Imlmi Ito -holmi I lu vg ilg my i1 ili-i Ing-and t fevew friends or mny little
fo.e.itt" lit Im ll l m !t I, in m a-mi Io ie as Dlick is girl's. W e propose having a little
I'lunhlng both hands deeply it lit s t i.,,,. 4o'ILL-,anId iome music, perhaps."
pockets, theb doctor fell once nare In -I "'-F:x.\i II ." h$ riftA tm .ut ie F qlce la alnil I
)Itm revrie, .as he wmilked ant ) l"% is i 1 1 imre .cl ity (imn- t toIn Ilie on- :all ever wani to( tiei," ht tlfl;ined:
to the library. UngKellnit Utill I had seen yuu." piacling l e rich fur clonk atiouli lier
1,4t: tel hill h*d ftrfi'tpll.I. ti.r I .'-u;ni,l Im,,1 nIhil.hol rnmy ;onmsent -n shoulders Aind gazing lovingly into lher
ri'eolithani dlew froe i his po et, n m ii : nmy cmasei -. in. ., ml firin -nmfl.rnt oni eyps.
ier which lie rad by ti li ghti ofr i m,., .vo' u uim,.rsi ,,, i I. Iiri t left imlnp! \VWiti ft ft rhelrplMilll miott r-r-In-laiw
elnddJUi nit p a 'h roiin his .lti.iltI Ic movisltni fi r mliui Im.e !s4 bis owvn iuns- for [tick, who could obJc f tid 'eir'lt
,ul. lfik taeli, i ftimi .yTe'i,,m !" I ->' ii- ln ..,r %m." mi nll ,olic even tlhoui gh sie wasi inI ac-
bllvweemi whlom anid tlie Idm-r ih.* I ilit u'1m Ir n i-ii ,i,'l. | y!iiooeltrte. lhim, treas.-New York Weekly.
strongest possalble jffection existed; 11 I t 1I 1 ,-if" I hI ,,ilh you objected.
'nkt fIt thl vo h ttn anu that th(. l r-C- I kn0w 3U:i In1t l pilI, itnd [I tliogh:- Cutenbersr' ho v elfel'eliflt
0i0: ,rlie Hi AItllel3 114i lt' il f I'HhIi I -liniB s w..., -a ilm worlld-thait fou In the Century, Augustine Birrell
But I;isten .of iDick tou ,ay 1 I, ,micim.It Ini, it.,ii I. h,(-'mlPIn* WIl pt li ih cearacterlues Gutenberg's epoch-i
6cmmme n letter. "I know,"-It r*n,. .n :itirms ri--. tmn a nc .l lme-likely to ind- iiakillig .tffilyot1ild
,m [m be. m ,,nled. to .itemir ,tmit I 1.ii mIlIm.m-i e hi ,iiiri." The Inveitltop 8t 1t iMe taIpefa ylEk
Lmmcmtsed tl be taki4eldi it Imltallmik-mn "I ni iitl hlintl I (hlilk a rising pro- the greatest distributive invention tuf
pllte In i hurry; boefluse It 1 l6 ,iill- t ,! iii:u1n1 41 iPi i litc onrriled" ever was or probably ever can be
(-xillietlly going away. .. .o omull r.in:I lia, l s[ligle:" tl tiR .it l'eqal Al d knowledge among.
Ad mtIheni It transpired that 'tshe" .: "'r -c,,i.-l1." thi Eblilldteit hreAf ii; 1it4 ulla muchl
ii iialress, Ev.A Coaslll. .'1I will .i -1.t ai' r ilii rt':iimai ?" the same part In human life sis oet
lit hit i-oil it lhe 1 nitimlni" tiiei arite"r ;N,.i ilin i mRIlc." the tratnmlsldon of force in the world
joinldmled; and will tipa tell c 3.1 1 it, g, niii, t timl id Ihum crois- of ,plhlssa., It was marvelous how
imnor'." l. ,'-ii,.>ii : .1,mni -),. i.n.wh-at rudely. So quickly taudhli t *tA eireilstteli even In
llh a slight frown Dr. Trewilmh:tai .ni, iiii.lk Mi. l:Earle would be better the age of manuscripts. A baoi likte
i- plqredt he ilelter In lhd l o.iocl: Ie imj.i'-ri-,,l-" St. Augustlne's "City of God" was
bail lidiued k'rdElt telling d: Lietec. id I il.Ic.:m "ii< li: the t $nmlga oft ls soon copied thousands of times. anti
mvomld niarry, ot course; sOlUe dlCm ',111n I1n11i.li --. I nimer ly expressed la iF 'ilO t thte.,ioth .inrope after .a
.but nil nctressi -.,n. 1.l Ili .." quicker fashion Itfi nOlBt printed
i'or some lime the doctor S at i .. ll nm winmtlou like to see my books can to-day; but St. Augustine;
tlhiil.it.; gi-lng inteut' lit thA Sitlowmm 1 iill" a:r.-i -l.1 m.r'--drawltlng a small occupied a unique position, and haud-
logs-fioie theri tPere nmeet In (i 6 110 ite im, ...m m-, 1' lum ll fiCr, 1iokedf; *1ilMyel copylp0., though a great trade employ-
o lil.hil, and memories g ilither l .I.n I, i.' ,1,.'11. 1 1,I disclosed the minl[- Ing tioustindi Ut lerlbeni could never
round hilu with the drcaium of lbygi. n.>.> i r u. :i ll.'' tmm, have fed the New Learning & kipbt
:t1 s. lit. imiir li..i, i ih ,,.k lie case, turning live the Reformation. The age of
'lmt.t iind t6pmei', mtil 11 4Irt l kJ tA m 11 m #-11,i 4 00 I ml fll height qa he (ntenberg was an age of Ideas, and de-
&II minani-the only woman lie lind i0% 1L t llh i. inmilniiatire treBrfesopitd a iM1ind4 bopks,. Just nas our day is a
dtirvIid It call wife. The dimy li li::id .a ,'1 m ill a i.rm li hair and sweet, ialy 6b tiiechaini ; Rfoid dfeanands cheap
SnooPIl her caine back, wili n 1q.iii.:, ir1i-i il.l 1i p--4. A pink sunbonnet motion, telegraphy and t&lmphonedi. mnu.
hearthbent n1d Ia thrpbblnt pllsr. %,,, 1, in1, i, t ,1 li0 k 1o that the curls tenberg's first printing office is marked
he ill lie hay1'1eld amoln itl l i r. li i ,1 ,i.. i, r 'ni. tier wliea fore- by a tablet. Go and gase upon It, andt
miiiimk.rs--lihe recalled the Iturn of 11'. I 1 1i It, h.il ftimbied., ind bi thi nk tionfet New York Herald, the Lon-
ln-it ads she looked, round to gr.,.t liu i ,i., il. I. i iii.kvly. .Mrs. Casillis hAd dod nined Aid the Bible for two-
wili n smile on her lips. ills i.l-I it,-i-, i l %%:n -iniiniling beside him. pence. Th6 power tit th diresa, a*6't
Sn-iinin-tlhen and forever. Slithe I:, !,.- r 1iimlil you of iinyoiie?" piled with the name of Johann Glen-
imorn a tiink ebttton frock thialt hitI jl-i .,1 I ...... i. ,, r voico l e wha in l tie ch, commonly called Qutenberg,
.lime el.t hTl4he iedh itld h l iAiliillI.,nn. I ii, ..I 1' *i.1 c.i.in A n young, eager would be a fine toast, but I dare say
Itiung iroind her neck by !im r.'ricc. i, ,i.i ..-,.- Mr1 Chaste would respond to It after
I,,avig h,.-r hend With" its c-inllm4 g iIl. I "1 l'l i.",w me. Wlllele dintle ir fitte leItFll thian ever could
I'rn'im hair exposed to the sun. I -,i,,ll mu. i,,i.hmtmil you If It had the oli-fashloned printer, Who led a
Impi, iof the glowing loge fell from ti!,e. I.. iin nii. i l w.i'l." hard lite and died dispossessed of his
fire an.d tihe ltremani mhangied, i ,Inu ,,. .mmai, h -ekm-I Atlwayl blisineas and In poverty.
I it q O-... tobi-. i... h wias inm.im i n.t w 1,' i. m illt i-i i lv | -loy-nV lovel'l

thmntii tIle line, treading softly on ll,-
thi.-k rUm-pet of beech leaves. tI, rf, I
liiltt from lhe setting e u strlkiina In'.
iT' n 111'i li till Itees and bathliu l hi r
SIli ihlilt frimi lienad td totit,
It I%%l, ilie day hint the hMl i. r hlI
tmitie fmi the lawyers telling lhimui ,
Ilis gril-nunt's death, and of hli, i- I'
(i m-ii i nulinre-id-ti naccesalon l o im i
miinlr friiru lii, i. 1118 fi st th0oighlit lih l
L.-in tif ilme girl he loved. H11 1.1s
lih-l. tihyv need wait no longer; hinlli i
i ie umn t-lielrs. He could se hlier f.i, -
i llr in the hollow of the lirl-ii"t
full i> r-ji' j inig, but of a suddeii hiaurpi
'J'hi l iii on u hIs forehead deepenut --
i" l milii I in l ines anlk low.
Imly 10 see you, sir."' F tirraml'n '
Iti'-e rem il led him,
%An urgent ease?'*
'I don't think she s IIll, sir: Iust
dro ie up In a brought m," replied I-'ar.
runt, niftrinig a card on which was in
* ,'ri,,l.l "M 's. 'Caslllls."
('itlllit;! This must be Dick's A
htisi atillilnigh he had said nolli n l of
her li.iniqn n widow. .Ajq-iv, line
-tlioilli e,- her.
The r-rvannt ushered In a tall, ele-
gtIl.y tdre-ssed woman, Who advanited
Wilih anl easy grace Into the firelight,.
siding as she did so--with" a very
'inimhail 'accent: "I wmast apologize for
this Inte visit, but, to tell you thei
trulhi I rather fancied you would be
dilspigagei at this hour, and I wanted.
to see you alone."
I" "in quite at Ilbery,." replied Dr.
Triuitlinui, as he placed a chair for his
'Mr. Earle may have mentltoned ity
hlamne-iny do not tiarts the lamprl
bfghl"r; it is so nice to talk in the
fireligilt. Won't yoa sit-down again?"
Sih had thrown' back her sable-
liti a hm.itik. dicel6alng un exquisite
'oi lintB seemed a mass of glittering
l St. .,in i diatondai sdparklcd. on Ilie
b'odict. n"Id one superb star fBnshed
from niu l ills of her soft brown aintr.
The ioetor had been skeptical about
Dklcu's n irsa-s-but this womah was a
ev lIntnlion.
"Dhik wrote to me about his enagage-
*iin." be replied, feelingg almost re.
eonelle!d o his adopted i on's'e choie.e
bhu. jilglng that th lady, must be
at least ten ears that ImpAtient
-.r's senior -l WI jUt s'6veSa-and-

"li w,1 have td ou tht he lasp
tily known my little g).l v' y short
It Was he wda t ie f
35e4d an exclaa a t I finBe.
"afe Inenton O1t"alat-
55te Was a s ahor'.t' "t '' t "' .'
"it i,. Ho, wtll g iS a
,tmoogh I wI o ul4 i$ Stt

fs e i .
,with you. HeM PO ^t


Hl*d IHBaH Hl

I1, 1. li i, iil I--it i nl t h I hmnuds IIn hig
m itii li,-in II, M i 'Li i itgainst his
. ". I, I \ mm l ll,.a l illm1 i g o f 0tll to -
I .1.1 li i.- I u. Ii ,n. "'nnit of that
,':, t .' m m m' 1. 1 li, iin. -g--y remonil-
I1 I I1.1 i [- l :,Ill fill i, i 1 In iin li'
.*, *f i.I I. rmiimiilli.antly, be-
, .... I m ; i, a i., ,- Ini hlli eyef.
'in ,II. l, ii m 1 .i1 1illflered less
in 1i1 I iIh m lil. I mni iI him v .e 1 tIn mgted
. \l\" ihlm l 1 t i- 11 1 ,l i lt k invw IIne."
iU f .--- t lil.ic II llthe dhin light
I( h.tirllV .~, 3pm mmml -liI l I Me old dii'mys
it \ i ii 1 m lm li in-ir. .--m frmi-k,.'
Sh.l lu'In,lt ,I in,.Ii.n, i.l it as so very
ll l ,l ,,
l,',Ilm". ilno n *' -i.i4- l m i lt Iml f:ia e intosh', the
-' ,,w -t i -lmh t itf t i.lto" .Vmaml'?
11 hli t ofr mi v illn; i l Ili 1i-y life? I iit've
rii.'i t hli Pmil il'aillimilltint after so
in.ininy V .'ir.. '1W ilyd11 v'1 l gn 11 g lwny
wn-itmi iiicir l ulinpl'in 'im in our owim

]New Approah in Ilelence.
At present the phenomena of physics
are, an it were, divided Into two
inmpn-acolnstics and heat, which are
oxplalued from the laws of niechan-
Ira, and electricity, with Its subdivis-
Ion light, which ihas not been satisfac-
torlly thus explained. For half a ceu,
tury we hinve tried to explain electric-
ity mimechanlcally, and may be said to
have filled; let us now try to explain
inechanles electrically, arid see where
that will lend us. Perhaps It Is a
nimre matter of words whether we say
tlimt all matter Is electrically charged
or that nil matter is modified electric-
ity. IBut it may lead to the most far-
reaching conclusion If, In explaining
iheiiomnena, t ie -laws of electricity
thonlit be taken as the premise from
which we start, Instead of, as hither-
to. thie Inertla of matter.-Nineteenth
Brlttle hinger WhtiS.

smil. l .ol.li itg iur immlini1). r. Tren- For tile people who are troubled
Ilh1 ii mi .i I hI eri'ie'r ellt -,if"'it. wilt i lriltlle augfer nails there Ii only
"I ithlignilt pill wife It m i ti-'ila ; 1 a11 rii i' g limg mim. P-glin at tie root of the evil and feed
"You wri-,Ie mml'y ronlg very I'min. Before retiring rub the nails
wick-edl." freely with sweet oil or vaseline and
'"lu(t oil imild on just now yoil'rself. \wear loose kid gloves. The gloves
Ahl niyv dleir'" -very Brloisly--"ll was should be perforated at the palnls and
so irtld, It iiearly lt'okem iy heart." ithe middle of the fingers to admit a
lie ditrw her gpnitly to iln annd Ihilir fri-e circulation of air. Wear gloves
lips int-I; hlini, |,ilhethl)y rmn'< er'-ini' her- whlinever po sible while sweeping and
self,r for tihe wears. were vet'y minemmr lit-1 v itlmlmg or dolug other coarse work.
eye, shell wieIl on: for Imie texture of the skin Is thus pre-
"I wna only ii faiirmer' dntililter, served and damage to The nails pri*-
3ou know." ventedt. After washing dishes washl
"Al I I c]omnitry do'lor'p onn." the hae da in clear warm water, rinse
"I had to look ilite tihe house ard In rold winter, anoint the nalls with a
dairy --" imle vaselilne and wipe away all sur-
".il I ladi to go about i it ote ol1i pilu. iKeep lup this treatment of the
threandhre stit i all tile year." nialls dally for a month and you will
"Untill the mlialony eilime-thiat nmade see a marked improvement.
hlt tile diffinrenefi Imtjmwiser than .---
yiemil, becaulmne tIn v is-anonmtl andm I iMatrnimonal Alithmotmi'.
Iov'ed- %Im. it woil l hvp rulited "Mly moii. ahl tihe old gentlemniu hI'
you erieer tliheiin Willie. o have mar- his fatherly way. "you have a good
rledl an Ignorait girl. will n limited ed- (deal to learn about nlatrlmutiail auihlh-
acation. 8o--1 weUt aw iy. There-in- rmetle. As you say. your salary lIs ei f-
stead of being a great city do.-tor. mny nh lient or two. ani yoil link joiU
iler, with a worldwide reputation. clinch the argument when youi amd
and godness knows what nlil--why you that one n1d one unlike two. "Thant, nll
might have lih en only an ordinary right In business. b,ut inatrionial ar-
practitioner, wanlinl. jyour line over Itimtetli Is one of the most'confosling
measles and rhiennamillmi. Oh. you've things that ever halppenrd. In ilin
a great deal to thank tome or." first place, the mInister takes the two
I'm not a il t grateful. to on." of you and makes you oue. That would
"I couldn't bear the idea of givlIg erbIin to make it easier for yeou. ut
you up altogetiher-so I took up nurs- the history of the world tbhows nltoi,
lof, whieh seemed n a humble wsy t0 figuring talrlmonilally. one and one
be following In your footsteps. I was make tny old number up to twelve o;
sIrnSg -and energetic and had no sixteen, and I believe the-ar are re
trouble In getting into Bt. Peter's oe-. words that show a bhiher total. In view
p.tal as I probationer. I spent somb of this, cam you make sta r|quIsIte
MoL thea S Sa herwent ap matron showlg with your present t mlrTy and
SSl utnlil heome in Boston." future preopectsr .
AS A.there y t marriedd" a *i- *.
'IYula-th0 .4petr Who. lhad founded TFeornali de soDetat- Te1itel
ths 's kule yet1' were get-tin TThe iottn'l. d0% Debte recites e3
'.-.*_ 1=Ltt -ii 0 &jiuto of your itsrimests wit fqrtlc' acitD, eere'
'at--s'w flb; -14UtWPW5 daughter tion of ,its. i ight.o totn &ropv o
lan lit hER nt, iS Ab-s" acid taloken hres or four times a
-. a m 4W bad.a0W it '1 et .r. had a -srk$. effect int Wtldlnti
^ SU, ^ ." -,'.,. ,"Wilk*


the largest P i f7 .tt.. Ttjl iln 'ltiandlle
picture imiustires twelve mil&'tf hf
one miid umme-liaIf ueersi-a (llilrty-lilmim
%f.elJ fll hichmes lty four feet eleven ll
Irjigio,. .
The plhtoiogrnpl rep; a tiits rHIp,
of NiNlan, nnti wits taken from Camii'
Sait Malrino, H. e highest point bhelhiln
ftmiffg-: froi whlilclh Ilihe eye cotinnuds
I lthe \w olel cily i'ld fl, t nA tfr Il Moiuit
Vesuivlins nud Ciprl. Ill ot1dci fi P f-"
cure a aextenslvo a1 tmtllioramim:t as pols-

: Unrdtgfltll &the Prin

1ibli' 16 tr different views on asa mati Tihe princlp
plates, mlunauri i* nrlty-'nne by twen- .eamo as tha
ty-seven centimeters (eight anti Otll e trap. A real
tenth luchlies by.tzn and one-half lncthe) ed in Ina ftIly
Were frst taken. 'from these six forest. It is
plates, i'fftlft were designed with n fastened toge
view to bellig conneted (0 41a etMther ble. In tlie I
Id a coutinuous series, all enlar6e- placed a large
lients, one and one-half by two meters
(oui flWet eleven Ipchee by six feet
seven Inches) In Were prepared
by means of an apparatus witU a lens
tirty-two "enil 'icters (one foot) In
dI ,leffmtePi Tlie enlargement were
made directly oif Bliver bromide paper.
'The Iuherent ditoCulty of .00ftilthgting
the single pintes co as to avoid any
brenel was overcome o) Bgecessfully
that jt i ifrit!et elly I impossible to ,.
toct the boundary l ff fint Iwo
plates. According to their chari tfib
thIe six negatives were exposed for uu-
bqiif ti fterlodi dary ing between one- M5no
half and anoe adl fl -nthf wamU.
In order to develop the 'ifffE n toV, or lId, Is
huge wheel was made of specially pre- attd la t to i
pared wood. The wheel was four course of tim
fieftrp (fthlrteen and twelve otie-huil- to pass In thit
drodthi teeth) iii didiameter an one and wiich case h
three-fotrilhs meters (flve ri4da ot-b1(tlf ated In his
feet) In breadth, the periphery thus be- diid will Flni
Ing twelve and one-half meteor (forty- cover what I
Oile feel, atnd containing ninety slats lie clambers g
intended 410 rieIelvlni the photOgraphle the ground th
paper. There were further aWed three leased, with t
Inrge t(anti about seventy and onb-half Id eaiught, an
cubic feet li capacity, intended respec- higs escaeid tU
lively for thie developing, clearing and There are holi
fixing l(dIItirmis, acetic acid and sodium closure, prov
hydroxide solhltloim. kaelh think could -doping the in
be shifted about on five Ironi Whedle be has fallen i
moving aloixg rulls sixteen meters
(fifty-two aind Torty-eight hun- Localt te*l
dredths feet) In length. A gigantle Probably t(
water tanklt, fifteen mtelers (forjy-nine In this county
and one-lflth feet In length, two meters paper will cam
(six and ifty-six one-hundredths feet) of every con
In breadth, anua three-fourths meter sterling nece
(two nnd forly-sal one-hundredths feet) aund progressal
In height, havnll a toll capacity as Ingly County
high as 470.(18 cubcl feet. was -further character and
On account of tbo large developing bet a nIratlon
-.wheel used, the paner was developed be, a pothe
by night In the phen air. Before de- pubilhor, fot
veloping the picture, the exposed paper atur AilD wha
fitted with a protecting cover, wa; aftr all wo
laid over the slats of the wheel. The mst
wheel wa llnten set rotntlng. As It
turned, It dipped the lower part of the A flit aweto
paper Into the developing liquid. The NOW St Mort
light portion. were especially treated. 16'.11. 0d nl.
with sponges Impregftate4 with enera' Nt- P'pinter"
getic developers. Portione whose iA4 printed
velopment was too rapid were olhe1 ,e oelanlin..
by means of l0ed aaetle acid'solutions. Ob, any on
An Iron ozalate developer was used, fer a small o@
After first interrupting tbhi develop- Edtle i ti'taoi
Ing proceeas-by projectUng iced acetic boen, sinew: Ut
aeld bn the photograith by. mean of itn 1 r
hand pump, the paper Was coliveyed Is I orat
Into an acetic acid bath, witleP the
clearing process was eompldthd after 'A mealan,
twenty tlnnttll' time. Thl plit0rt6, Ii thl Thawlo
after an 'intense rising Was tyansk, attotlld'frt.
ferred Ingp the xting balb. where t re- -
milned threeqnuarters of an mBeotr.
After anger rinsing, the photograph
was then" e Conveyed Into tbe large
washing tank above menUtosed, where
It rematpld for about Ight boairs,
while a contilnluds supply P4R with-
drawal of water took plas. Tl. tot| .
consuamptin of water u.1M8& In a*i'a
the print was about 0,A08 eub i feep.
After the water was drawl o4*, the '<
picture was stretched out ou ooden
bars attashad to the Upper edge of tihe
tak., where it remained for abtit ten
hours before It was coCNipltely dfled.--
Berlin Cdrrespolidemit of tba lesniUfloe
Ainlcrlcan. '
The Newspaper VIrvt.,
The man whose concern makes t .t et
of (he tin sign used in this country .
an observer of advertislaog matter. lg'- -
experience Indicates that tin slgnl Ur .:
most valuable as an adjunct of new*->.
paper publielty. He says: "IP bu* i
noes is beat when newspaper advert"- '
Ing Is best, and my customers .Who 1 ,aS .
most successful Int business a tu .i-,a
who use pewspaper space." ,

After having been given up as let i
for many years the originally tUiiet- -m
ments on which namu Blurr was tted 'm'
for trease apd glsdemeanor., respert- -
Ively. wiwe found at Riehnueld.t Va. ,, H
in the atebiveu of the United State .i

Bach ifletSnet co-ntaias the inamal- 1 mm
meant "lot guUtlly t th bimtf tm the
jury tpremaf..-. ew 1o0 tlm me

0eoge IL TI.almmy, wv w mh-d with- i
out a raqatlqt! tttf 1 W, SNtI i ,a'
li 's;-.. M~ *l(~>t. ,, ...,H I

cost* 1, lt4 .y5df child to 11-m r, yt.
fbrgto a?'
Imut [--heyond the bmlinng s we. lhe suullhd, St.
Of green and r1d, anml it ite and green, hm but ...m enidt P to r hc
W111114 1 Le rahanal t sllow CLum ? Ot mkI^
Af 11mi tjim t im .m m rowa nd g'ow, "By Dr. Casillis' wiah shie was edu-
ance l "ind 'mlvrep caje4 19 a Boitouniseiminary. However. W orld f
b r ,a,' o ;.,.m m o. in the W orld. a
Ti.' ibiudf tli iu Io'al? W ,| b:o e begged iie to let her go oni th e IN |,-
rtn ti en. tlhreimn my argosy i sie .hns' a lovely volce-and I-fooll h- v
li _I..t ly;. ttriiaps, coiismupiled-i-parlly because
-Co.'.er' Wcek'y. Ur. ij,,mderi' ee4 taer n p In tOj T the recent Dresden ExHt- .
...-__ lime eonfl cony he twais bringing it- _ot i pi of G erman Civic,
York-and I longed to r.lurnt. 2 5 i., fftn N Photo.
h i we met Dick-it was some grnlisc GeA. (i
b E tll( i j6f itPid Ii'i'l frot i ll)$s is that viS'leglita Pxhlblted a proto-
F A D REAM le wn your"' adopted o--A'-' aI,,,t to i,b
uinlijeil -51m a 1-mii r sli iiip the v l l argestm- i1R~P.A la- ht-- -

it Into the Clearin Batht -.

eI of thie (f'tml In much ile lIumlp at thiq base of thle Bw'bloe I dit-
t of nn ordluinry .ffkfte" fused throughout the' roomU. Tll 8ppe
t square Ilielosurt la erect- prilt of tlie ilamie lienits aOl oven tItlach
place In the depths of thie uieit, antld If doing so passes through
-onsffttlef4 of strong logiq, it coll of plipt-, the nair n which lows

thier as secaurOft posyi-
Insldo of this lincloisure I
e looking glass, while theo

1i4 THISr M1 fTHlAP.
i fastened in the air nind
t strong spring. lI the
e (l6 tfler le almost sure
e direcllon of the trap, InI
me I always itmuich ifitfr'
reflection In tho mirror,
ib Inside In order to ills-
hlif flt'tld, thing Is. As
reer the side tfidl dropm to
ie spring of the lid I fe'
he result that the animal
id cannot pomuibly make
1till the lid Is removed.
ls In edelMi ltel of the In-
Idoled for tile purlJoetr of
furlated tiger when once
a 1etim to curiosity.
ly'a told on Ijim Psle.
ie time will never come
ry when the local news-
se to be a unique feature
islderable community, a
nmlty of every growing
ve town, sanys he Kill-
Observer. Aind as to its
! tone, Its ambitions and
, they will continue to
ow are, as much depend-
community na upon thid
r the town Journal Is,
.t they mako It.

bable Wonlahilo.
it Into the om0ce of the
ownvUle, Kan.. a few dnys
bounced: "I've omes to

r Ina particular'" asked

e will do. I would iOr'
ie, but I've got to make.
a stow at flight or lenv4
* paper called my wife's
ritll iffailr.' "-Aflinuneuopol.

Whio0e boh WWas roaud
SfiverT nfland, 'was
eC4d to foot.

nipiiy ot ino woroo


oI -
WIT XatemnR, iffAtAG-^D C ooKER.
heated., alid Ix reDlnaeo- by cooler air.
which nlu turn reaches a high teinpefn-

Thre ree Bear esaW sand Ton.
Bevoeteem personmr In a hundred aIn
the state of NW%. Yoftf ilye to bb Ovr
menenty year, aOg -o .-
% h"


method of Entrapping a- Tiger For In the hlou.sei.od ore is usd for three
the Purpo-ei of Exhibition. pcurpofses limmintilnllon. hieling and
The iiati bht(wn in In e accompatyiliu ctklokingt-Ard get'lrally it ueiplir. m a
ut. froi l Pearson-i's irkly, shows the sers T *lll dln't apparitui for
elthod puraUsel i' tiin captiurinig di ttleor l'kch of tbaie purposes.
Fr exIlhltlhll piirposes when It is dei- lmne M pi ilaSnhas iInven led sin f.
tred pfflettt~iuiv miot to ajar his mimi flmTr nhcwlie eesllpih hIl these tirlil-
SI any nnamrme. i.legIIne. LiilA l the flame of I


'Not le (Jiis e s11ame' .
(tll (irave -.. Arm you thinll.Iil, ,U4 .
fultilre, 11131 71hl01d?" '^ ^ H
tYouVei hiixl M ,%-No. tn-morrow MI
wife's birthliday, mnd I'mn tbtLttlk':
the prebent."-- Iloston tilot e.
My Proxy.
Boarder No. l-"Whalt thint ,
thumping noise ;in tihe kitchenn" '".
lBotrder NO. l -"i t e lia lnliP
uliniierlnerig tlie stenk and wlslvhi
wnts the beef trust."-Chicago 'TrIblli.
sometimes. '1 i
Upgardson--"Do you uihrlio the iupq ,,'
tition that opnials re aninuckyh?"
Atom-"Tbhe ine opal you're wearlt '
oni that soiled ueelctle ce>rtnamly seem.
to. be int hard luick."-Chiitago T ilt
A nown-'Treltden Famintly.
Brown-"Theu you've no sympathy
for the Caar?"
SJoaee--"Not much you see. altof o4 lG
baby cajeime we know exactly wha*t .
Coar irets llke."-ClacinnaUt Cai4WQ i
elal-Tribnoe. A
M...,, .., "",' ^^,
Meal Trlanq.
nSmkins-"Enpeltk insists th1i.r
wife nas-a sanity disposition."'
TI'mkins-"Well, I guess that's
Blmnklins-'Whait' the epplannatl
Ti'mklns-"She certainly makes U
fort him at tintes."-Chncago New L ,
Her REistake.
s"O," ald her new neighbor, "yolu ;
husbaAid. tlks BRusslan?' .
"Oh, yes, quite fueaitly." ,-
"I had supposed the noise I it
been hearing was made by your
freezing le .eream.'"-Chicago I.etR& -
I ernald. '
Vete Naperlenen. "'"ien'.
"I'll bet yoe never smelled gninpow-
der!" exclaimed all excited veteosi tr'-
a comrade.
"Well, to tell the truth, I didn't,"' z*E#x.-
plained (lie other; "you see, the day of
that battle I had a bad cold In lmy".
liead."-Yonkers Statesman.
A ---1-s-e- pei.,le
Dumley-'"Graelonsl I'm glad I alt
a Russilan. It must be awful to b%
to leave home and go to war." '
Htousekeep--"Oh, I don't know
may be mitigating clumastanemw. el,
iaps It's houlsecleaninlig tit tbht'i ,
as It is here."-Philadelphla Pres,
What Did She Waest? -
7Mrs. NewUwed-"I want to get some .
salad." '
Dealer-"Yes, ma'am. How many. "
Mrs Itewliwed--"n, gooduesar I
thogalt y took the adslm otff.
Just want plaln chicken .raiv."--rwW
daelphia tger. ..

you0 wooden wedding, are yo r,
Wiek'-'.."Yee." .
Iles-"'Well., I slulsh PR l
,my wouldn't weddlang It '
yive years ago that that girl oi"
eagmp said she wouldn't uarut
""myc J ural v ,t*.

",;X 0as f O w.
-ratP at Po iltt .- 1 a
f "<'"/4 rt'j\ ( .lA "X jlr"lti. .*'S


10, I.


a*ir fi

of T

I'm glad kjpme t '

i20 r
J...r if yo .dqlrlA it 0"

The Soutrett a- D0S Ski",
tillkfr l t" *'
TPi. Ujnderetudy-".Well,.
4ut br mnlnd."-Plttaburg Post. '.

"Very.Sl' e LM[V .e P WII

lineome of o0 a WeeA as wei-.,,
S'ouhld live bley%'nd an Iincome O-W l
I week."-Puick. -



a It aIs

1 Tm'1'-W, n telling whty Robert W. Davis
p. B. GODWIN, should be elected Governor of Flor-
idltor and Proprietor, ida,. yesterday's Metropolis steals I
Napoleon B. Broward's platform
April 28, 1908, at Gainesville, almost to a plank, puts Bob on the i
gu second-class matter, under Act of stolen platform and puts a speech s
of March 3, 1879. in his mouth. .

-Jblished every Tuesday and Friday, The Metropolis says Davis will
*$L.00 a year in advance. stand for the people against torpo.
S50 Cents for Six Months, rations, while everybody knpwn I
i' 25 Cents for Three Months. that he has never doni so or )prom,
ised to do so. It say be believes
AvaTISINo RATES. in the enlargemento'f t.powers of
Readers in brevere type. 5 centst7;
ifi r eachInsertion. the Railroa t Cw.mhuaion. But if
omletfor display advertisements priced he believes in the .enlargement of
Oihpllation. the Railroad Commiision why has
--- -- ---he not tried to have It enlarged
0J.e editor is not responsible for the he nOt tried to have it enlarged
of correspondents or others con- during his several terms in Con
Pating to his columns. gress? If he believes In it and does
not try to bring it to pass what
FOR THE NEXT PRIMARY. good does it do? "Faith without
SPut a cross X mark before the works is dead-being alone."
Rame of your choice. If you want The Metropolis sayh Davis will
16 vote for the people's candidate guard the public domain against
gatkk your ticket as indicated below: any encroachment whatsoever. This
I, For United States Senator. is:one of the planks stole from
Vote for one. Broward's platform, and for the
' X JOHN N. C. STOCKTON. purpose of trying to divert the peo-
- pole's minds- from the fact that the
JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. railroads which are supporting
Vr Representative in Congress, Davis are already figuring eon get.-
Second Congressional District. tiug possession of millions of dul-
.Vote for one. lars worth of public lands if Davis
J. M. BARRS. gets to be governor.
FRANK CLARK. In all of our experience with
For Governor. newspapers we have never seen
_.oe for one. anything that could surpass the
1" NAPOLEON B. BROWARD Metropolis for downright inconsis-
B T ..-........- --.- tency. It has been generally
'ROBT. W. DAVIS. known for several years that the
e gi .a Times-Union was owned and con-
SLet's give J. M. Barrs a big ma- rolled by Republicans, and rutn in
oritty in Alachua county, the Interest of corporations which
Non. Tames E. Alexander is sup- are striving to get in full posses.
votingg Hon. J. -M. Barrs for Cou- salon of the political machinery of
In the Second Congressional the State, but until quite recently
bsaiet. the Metropolis had many people

old bachelor has been cruel
-ugh to suggest that one reason
girls like so well to go to water.
places, is because 'Rebecca se-
it' husband by going to a
-ing place several thousand
Senemties of Broward wili not
in turning. voters from him
si he assisted the Cubans to
lt their freedom. Every man
10 loves freedom and hates
very,- should honor Napoleon
rers. Appleyard and Jordan
h lue to affirm that the editor of
AX has some crow to eat, but
are mistaken. They remind
the drunk fellow who lay flat
lmis back feeling up for the
nd, and swearing that every
flow that passed by was drunk.
The supporters of Stockton,
1, Broward and Barra can feel proud
'of their efforts even 'if every one of
A;their candidates should be defeated.
I'Rhe editor of the STAR would rath-
tOr follow the "Three Friends" to
',dAteeat than to follow "Three Foes"
Xo victory. However, we expect to
lsfgratulate Stockton, Broward
Barra on a magnificent victory
,before we retire for sleep on the
I'ght of June 7th.
Republican leaders in the Sec
Congressional District are smi.i
all over their faces wljile the
crate are discussing whether
etov Frank Clark could take his
I't If he should be elected to Con-
If Clark should secure the
caution on June 7th, the Re-
cans will try to seat Mr. Che-
P $', and will probably succeed. If
.he Democrats are wise they will
no chances in the matter, but
nominate Barrs, about whose
|iblity there is no question.
li. We believe with Hou. N. B..
poWard that one dispensary in a
.wA is better than half a dozen
apore of dirty saloons., .We be-
also, as Mr. Broward does,
as he states publicly when o.c
requires it, that no saloons
-l is better thin either the dis-
ry or license system. B rw-
.opposed to the liquor traffic
I form; and those .who talk
tJa'ft advocacy of a dispetisary
ce to licensed saloous,
.tl t enough tQ state
Satt-%"thheyarA not.
a new hyas yelled
heia^ S Jgf

at Are
them ,i

ann wk

fooled Into believing that it was
fair and impartial, but a sickening
change has come over it, and today
it Slads and others follow in the
corporations' work of slander and
misrepresentation. It is positively
The editor of the STAR has al
ways tried to be truthful, and we
believe those who know uts are wil
ling to admit that our effort to te
truthful has not been a failure.
And now to every reader of thtn
STAR we desire to say that if the
public could know what disreputa
ble methods are being resorted t
by the corporations to defeat Stock
ton, Broward and Barrs, and ti
nominate Taliaferro', Davis and
Olark, we believe the people would
become stirred as they have not
been stirred since the reconstruc-
tion period, and would rally to thi
polls on J e 7, and bury the Stand
ard Oil Times Union Metropolis
candidates beneath such a niioutit
aiu of ballots that there could never
be a resurrection.
Voters, remember that Stocktop,
Broward and Barrs are coumpara.
tively poor men, and have no mil-
lionires like Mr. Flagler to contrib.
ute to their campaign lund. Re-
member that Flagler furnishes the
cash to boost Taliaferro, Davi. and
Clark in the Times-Union-ond
probably in the Metropolis and oth.
ers. Reuiember that any kind of a
fals. statement can be made about

ptockton, Broward and Barrs (and
many are made) in the T. U. aud
Met.-and other Flagler-oon trolled
papers--and they can not be. answ-
ered in the same papers, is they are
controlled by the money power (.See
the letter from Bryan to Teach in
this paper,)
.And emocratic votes of Florida;
ask yourselves this question: If Tal-
laferfo, Davis and Clark are the
men whom the common people nied
il office why is a Repulican member
of the Standard Oil Company-the
most powerful corporation on the
earth--e0g4 to have them nomi-
nated, even at a Oast of more than a
hundred thousand dollars to that
corporation alone P Voters; go to
the pollt next 'Tuesday and vote
for. the peoples friends----Stockton,
Browar', a ', Baer, -.
A Tailaferro, Davis and Clark
supporter wants to know if the ed-
itor of th! STAR "aren't mighty
lonesona0s alla that niane-tenths
of the paite h In be State are advo-
cating tbe 4try candidate s we are
oppo 'ita te question we can
S S ay. verity. We are no more
q toA..n .. grand old
Wenb he 8 on Mount
l h only prohbet of. tht

41d od
-. ~-tc' P

are a few newspapers Whio editors
have not yet bowved the knhe to
Baal. No thank you, Ve are not
We are supporting Slockton,
Broward and Barks because there is
a principle. Involved, and we hap-
peted4 to know that thousands of
Vgt9tt are for Stockton, Broward
"ad Barrs and have no way of
making the fact known to the pub.
lic. The trust candidates have a
very large majority of the papers
supporting them-why this is,the
case let the people judge-and the
voters who are for the people's can-
didates are not. permitted to speak
their minds through many of the
papers. We can publish but a,
small per cent of the.matter that is
sent to us in behalfof the "Three
Friends," and as some have already
boosted the STAR is the only paper
in this county that is supporting
the people's candidates. We are
on the Mount Carmel of Alachus
county with only right on our side
(so far as papers are concerned)
while the many prophets of Baal
and of the groves are calling on
their god-unlimited money- to
send down the fire 'of defeat and
consume Stockton, Broward and
May these howling prophets suc
ceed no better than did the 850 on
Mount Carmel The editor of the
STAR has supported Stockton and
Barrs from the beginning of .ile
campaign. At first lie supported
Davis for Governor; lie sipporlvd
Davis ai long as his conscience
would allow hitn to do so, and he
feels it to be his solemn duty -for
good and sufficient reasons-to sup-

port Broward in preference to Davis
in the future.
To our friends throughout the
county, and elsewhere in the State
where this paper goes we wish to
say: Believe not the hard things
you see in the papers about Stock.
ton, Broward and Barrn, and re-
member that only a few papers ad-
mit anything in their favor. And
now friends-fellow Democratic'
voters-let's rally to the support of
the three men who ure being so
vigorously opposed by the corpora-
tions, iand on June 7, i:oiltiate
tlieni by big iajoriie-s, nld let tlhe
other fellow lie ihete ones to) feel
Sloa llae.lu=L. ''
Wl:i will -e then Ocla'I U.luavl"
next escapade? The eliltor il that
paper has accu.-ed -some of those.
who ciiffer witll hlima f manti
things. InI ti.i't,-e l o >pipose Tral-
ialerro an'. Davi, hie cain see altl.-
ing good, und ii those wjii fa.vo
th tin iiotliing 'b.td i coii I l.r e:
Brown's "flop over" to Il vis lto
the Pentecostal conversion-, and
accuses Saun, who %was afterwards
Paul. thie apostle, of stoning Ste-
phen utto death. Now, if Brother
Harris is truthful, it may be all
right to follow his advice, but if he
is not truthful we alhould steei
clear of his teachings. Let Bible
readers examine the record, and if
they find that PaIttl or Saul "stoned
Stephen unto death," let them
vote tor Talinfel ro and Davis; hjul
if it be faond that thle charge i-
unttr,'e, atud that Brotli.hr Harris has
"fudged" ou the niun of Tarsus,
then let them vote for. Stockton and
Broward. .We believe any nman
who will fudge on as good a man
as Paul was, and that after he hias
been dead near two thousand years.
will fudge on John Stockton and
Napoleon Broward, especially when
it is to his financial interest to do
Does.Florida want a =ober Gover-
nor? If so let her sons vote for
Napoleon B. Broward aext Tues-
-' -
Under and by virtue of a final decree
made and rendered on the t8th day of
vaneary, A. D. 193, by Hon W.' S.
Bullock, Jud of the Circutt Coutt of the
it juddil Circuilt of Forida, in and for
Alabm county, in a pas there pending,
o6 the Cblancey side of mid court,
wherein laLhel I Jatmeras of 4 achua
county, Florida, as adminlashtrix of the
estate of James A. Stockk. d~eased, late
of said place, and .. L. Yabirson, her
husband, are complainants, and Henar- P.
Brooker and Drew Brooker, his wife, are
defendants, wherein I was appointed as
special mante in chancery to execute
saidecree, I ,will soe at pibli oaLery,
before the court hoa door, in the city
of Os5tasvle, in Alahe mouta Ilorw-
Ida. uo.Meday, the 6th dv oF usne, A.
h. 14 ten al -l da* b bween
Ing in the 0 0
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We Have ;

SIn Stock, and are constantly receiv- $Cotton

Women and Children, at popular i
prices and ot the best makes. $ In Seed

W e call Imported

Particular attention to the Ladies
"Brockport" and 1lens"All Amner- Choice of
ica" and "Wall- Over" grades.

J. D. Matheson, S-

" hoe and Lenatie' 0tre. aminpville, Fit. e .
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The Gainesville Planing

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ntic Coast Line.

Montgomery nnd L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through AtlUiita
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'PHONE 166.

Frank larkt


Favors I
Perfection Inter-State
Federal Aid f
Duty on Eg
Rural M
Ample Appropriati
S Military Pa
-'mmff- *wr*vnW 't ,'.

County Superlntendent.
I hereby announce myself a candid ite
for the office of Smupeiintendezn lei.t of
Public Instruction of Alachua.t cointl,
satbject to the action of lite I leti critic
Primary and respectfully sol'it the sup-
potrt ,f nll'leeniocrntie voters,
County Superintendent.
I am aca4sdidate for tie office of Su-
perintendeat of Public Instruction of
Alacltna county, subject to the acAion of
the Democratic primary, and solicit the
support'of Democratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment and the pay.
meat of the school debt.
J. L. K-ir.ucv.
solicited by many frlenda, I announce
myself a candidate for Representative
from Alachua county in the next Legisla-
ture, subject to the Democratic primary.
If elected the people of Alachua can feel
assured that their interests will be well
taken care of in our next Legislature,
and I shall especially exercise my infln-
qnce for the'enactment of a vagraut law
a nitar to thiat now in force in Georgia,
which has done so much to solve tlhe
labor problem in that State.
Democratic voters of Alacbua county:
I respectfully announce myself lea cadi-
date for the Legislature and solicit youa
support, I will abide by the action of
the primary. Yours truly,
1. A Rqsoaot'Gnit.
County Commisiaoner.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
County Commilsioner from District No.
4, subject to the primary, and solicit the
support of Use Democratic voters of the
district, pledging an economical and im-
partial administration of the affairs of
the office if elected-:
-A. A. McRAH
County Commlssloner.
&t Lhs' earneut solfcitatloa of many
freundr I hereby announce myself a can-
lidate for County Cousitnlioner from
DiStrict No. 3. If elected I promise to
faithfully and honestly dischaerge the
aundu of the office to the best of my
abhiity. Respectfully,
0. 1'. CANNON.


Second Disrtrict

of Florida,
Soliclsa Your Vote and Support
In the Democratic Primary.


to the Trusts.
come Tax.
Commerce Commission.
for Good Roads.
lyptian Cotton.
all Delivery.
ons Suwannee River.
rk at Olustee.
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Connections for Paluetto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
d. s, from Gainesville.
Train No. 34, SeaboardI Express, drawing room- l'ullman sleepers between
alaimpa, Jacksonviille amid New York, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service froti Jacksonville.
No. 66h, -eaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville anid Washigton, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa.
Jacksonville andil New Votk.
No. 55 connects at Stark fur ,LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and int-r-
mediate points, iand at Archer with Early Bird branch.
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No No. i o No.1. No.S. No. 5
S itt lept Daily. Da S TIONS. D lly. Dely. I "Lcep
1 .uSunday.,d
The Celebrated New York City
OCULIST, 7 LVI .v .Fal ie !P.M. .--..-. Goo
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WVlI Visit Gainesville, s i DSr-nau .... .:::- ...... .
1n nHi -.. ckman ........ 30
Thursday a, d Friday, $8 nk neesoo b 80
.m, Lmke Simonton ; ..... ....... .
June and Micanopy. ... ... .. 50
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Brown House Parlor. Slc '.tiL teIn
EXAMINATION FREE. le. r ...fo ...e ...... .
Dr. Corthell will visit Gaines. I 8 1 eom
1200 aMO. ..=s1il.... I o I SO
ville Monthly during the 3ear. l I a I Z, ..a '61, a o 0
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ,,o 10 Mr ... .r a c. ".5 i.
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