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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: June 3, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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AINEHVILLE


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STAR


CIT-sr. CO .1T~ A. ~ ST..A..TE.


IUMK II.



ETROPOLIS AND ;


THE REBEL FLAG


c Flag Dcsecratli lhy iYI I :1 -
sonville Pp'; -r.


E\IoCRAT" ''EI.I.S AltliT I


Idicr.-Priest on the Flag- The
Metropolis' Cartoon -Nor-
then) Republicans, Etc.
:i- ,,li w iiig Icl tte r fr _-in I e i i
It I i t to to.t l h th e h ef. rt .
t -.,i ler te veterann idl cutL II II1
nri .,it feeling of contempt I-., lit
ropi, o-.r any other paper, or '"
ling t.) le,crate the Confedertn 11I ,
urti. r h1) p otheritical inter td ..I R, ,,P
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tr ile c ui nifuiled, etxcllt at Ct .i
erute Rcniioinii l alld Mntorial Di.y --r-
Ciainll|',i-en hro'i t i the eluallnt:i u.i it-
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I'lle lroli ili, c' artrioui l .1 1 ,4 l. 1 ll1
iresen- MIr Iliavii. in.ili l.16: i.-1
vernlr, \nitinli thie g i, ioti, t.,r
dI lir-" to use the Metropolis' onU i
guage aIl the question is iv.t.,: t
11 ilch l liNo'I fullow," thus hinlitel ilig
charge that only llIuse wIlIo vttIL- .i 1Mr
vis follo.,w the Confederate ilig, Ml hie
ie who vote for Mr. Ilruw.ird \i ... -
rocliarge titatituch Cooiilfel-ratel sol lii.)sI
Rolbert iulllock. Irigadier-tG eii.i l t:'.
A., Masiimi t county; S. C. itllo, IIi .i',
S. A.. leTffersoii County; II. N. 1..il1.h,,
plain. C. S A., Ilillsborough .,C-i .i :
uinU. Tench, Major, C. S. A .\i. -'.1 <
unty.and the hundredsof othir., 4p 4 I,1
itinguiiilse.l, lwhol re wnriil l supl ,r ilin,
poleun II. Urowiird for tio\' ei c iiir, h i <
ned their back oin lie l 'o 14 *'.-' 1
git a ioiusl galliiiug iInsutlt ti theliin.
W1e lve andl reverence tlii l 11. I -, r'.
eryConfeierate is as sliocki- .it -i..i.Iig
it ioly l-.iuibleii ilraigged into tli e iit
a political camnpaigiin of S.utlith-i ,:r
aillhst o Itihcrer, us hle WOLin li e to l e
e face ol lis lead miothlir eiimblili(/nell
a political lihauiier
Throe Northern Republic.an cpitalisti-
0 arc back of Mr Davis' campaign
Iysee no ,acrilege in the trailing of >ur
edl Coiifelerate flag ill tile hitter u(
litics, hat all true Southern nien sli,,ulil
atll it oni Jun. 7th.
Truly the power of Republicnn money
Florula is great, when it can nilt <,nily
etrol our politics, but make our people
rate til. Cionfederate flag at its ilic-
loni


OIr southern people are-one in their
teor hlie Sou tli onein their reverence
the principles of the Confederacy-one
their eueration for the Conquered
inner.
Nevet hitI ally attempt been male to
SSou'lierier against Southerner until
tublieiin millionaires frouslthe North
rok to control our politics, and
iplisphhed the double result of the
tical control of Florida, anrl what is
lldearer to their hearts--the destruction
the oneness ol thought and sentiment
ing in thlie South for the Lost Cause.
'Allhanie Co thlie Metropolisl All scorn
Sthse Northern Republicans, whose
y is beinl used for the election of
Svis and thie desecration of the Con-
le flag! and all sorrow for those
itwho will not resent with their votes
June 7th the dishonor which the Me-
la01 and its Northern Republican
have attempted to do the Confeder-
i.g, hly dragging it into the mire of a
Cal campaign!
D I>EMOCRAT.

Layton-Hill.
e Episcopal Church was the sence of
tl"tifnl wedding last evening when
Caleb Rodney Layton led Miss Mar-
I Prwin Hill to the marriage altar,
ce'enony being performedby tevr.
I. Craighill. The bride ia a great
te in Gainesville and has a large
of friends. She is a sister of Mre.
'Thomnas and Mr. R. i Hill. The
19 one of Galaeville'S meet pro-
8 1oung lawyers and a member of
'alr of carter r and Layton. He
5leu I resident of Gainerville for
0re1s and was the private soeetary
d K. Poster at the time if Judge
a doath.
.4 Mr. Layton hvalt e t 0of
i thlcity, who wish tlheit a loo
PPya life. The S exteds beat

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N. C. STOCKTON,

;tid Calllidate for the
Scit itte.


I N~S ILE.FLORIDA.\. FRIDAY. JUINE


3. I 9o4


EARNEST APPEAL


United States


1111 4' IiI-t.Ic t.1-.YOUr Stul oit a m.uit wholu
--tii In14 in,. ii vlir ui-,k tilL- 4 i'd t I
It h -4Csi- iil'i uut 'I 4-
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S I): 'l .-i \1 -'. llii. r %our inilt r t ai d iiil favor of
tihe r.tilri:nl-s anil thle Slavilillrd Oil Coin-
Ilo Iti i i l(cd to anliaferro, pai .whic, .a.r- n w bncking these saule
I)llH i.M ;iild 1ail. i litt-i in their race for office against tlihe
Sl., i ,i,-. fir e-iiltor "nen wi no l4i1c fought ( for 'your interests
I,1 1. i i ,, .i 1. \V. ivi- a both in colvenlionl ini il o l the stunip,
, i ,., i i I i lit i lil iun v M. y I t'll -'e now killingg to go tol coniies.s and
, I .,' ,,ii if 0oil ever fight for y',iir iiteresits ini i lie way of get-
-,,, ,1' %e .i 1,i re voting tinR the Inter State L. oinnierce law
l.,,i i, -,, I, i4 ,, i ,i -I % liailever in l ninl delell o iS to give you relief regard-
'n 4 11, .. a t. i v t"e so v.4i less of whliAt opposition they may have?
S* i ,. i 1. wh, i i Thl i. % lr Taiiaferro aiti All r. Davis both
I I iti- -en:itt, I liii e Iiinleil t(o do, iand tiley have 'Kiveni
,., n i e -lisian li ll o I o I Ol rtreaiLuin why they failed to
I ,,, ,, i- -it l Ine-e InI tu-i 'l ilt) oftet- l ing elected on a
., ,i I i r. T:ilin- 'l.il. iiiti0n1 t ii rnlg tlia in i ldo this par
S r,, ," I, ,i_' Il 4i 14 I 4lit i um i t k i, aiil .sl-illet.. tl iiare you
S, -, ,, | r Ii lil.tI i to-,iil ut 14 l ti t>- i 1 4i t t .tlnlle <.ver to
i, I -Inh .1 at llie rmil .i1i C i. ii;IIn a iiil tihe Republicant
,i i 1- ,,- .- -' ii ill. i.e l, :it l% .-r u Ir ii1111.i in l rl c- itro i l le o lf-
,I I i,, i," I, t. Ir It i'f itli- tl i oli n I niit l Sl tale Sen-
S,.. 1 ,li 1 ju.l .tur i o jtjiilit-e tof the peace? 1( so
Ii I .;,',l I, o I Cl l fl l li IH 14 ,l ; y1il 'y ticllISe to co llipl illi
.1'i',.- ii ,'4 I ,I li1i..(. 4. an1"" r.ail r,,;.l neii.ie s iu .i?
irli,, i ,.r, 1.1 iill 4 ,- -l..il I 1- l R espectfullly ,


i ii -..n I I li ii i 41 Illiii ow .

S lr .111..i r I 1 14 'rr looklyn, N. Y., April 21, '99.
tprit- I i i- .l lii'n hit" lv I .' t ,1 4 lie 1'.. I i II. i lhliigs,.
i.i'l friii fri Ill I %l i iI .,iI 411ti Me 'r I Ieu. r Sir -Will yon kindly inform ime
,,ll.ti ir,-i I|i.,ni v,--i, .i- irl itl -v tl t ( I',- rtitur nl lil if yoni can send your 50c.
K ilr .,l r I "i'l i ift-ri c Ii n. nlli. I tI-o I ltlc ol Hl ir (;rower the Unparalleled
niy grn,l -.irri.i, 1 ',i -o Nir. Frank ITra, le Mark ) anti If so I will send you
(-lh k ir' I ji iull t lie r tilrmal fict ioi ;a post I note for ilie Maine. 'Please iuforna
agalinl. til- .,i.l-' ni ,il i ni. faction lil tile aimoi4unt ol postage if It cati be
all,, 4.4.s a... kn >,,"igint li.tv "iu 1 Stte W u il ,l lorioia the winter of 1897
Prihia irv. an I winle I fin lly t4i a votle e1 ini 'll s I i.t'..i five bottles of the twenty-
on tlle ipi iii;ir\ qusittii n iMr t'lark's :an ii ic cent 4ie andl produced .a nice grow9L
Mr. Tali;,fcrro'- lIclegatioli from I) uv al of hair where it hadl been enilirely bald
cou. it lliirel r-n i c .lit-i for itt ill t iA. iudI now I would like to
couil\ 'l rt.pr.-ii il tIry it lo ue nimore if I call get it.
by volin g f r t '. u .11 ii -t .'l of a Stlhate pliil iiry. 1 I .-Lu, n 24r. I 11-vi ; L lik- J. W iiAVNIlS.
I do ntol renin-niirr i:i'.-tig i 1 i th t c ..re t fie f l rl Ii l t,
but [ auin sure- I i'ul I lin it- tll llir'r L'Co iitl\ ,of Alacli n ,
if lie huall 4ated a Iilar. 4tB 1 i .lv appeared before e sub-
Now let's re wain Sl ktor ut u.-r t ,IN it;U Intlice, in nil for the
(lid whlitu tiil- IN ite t the Triliiiferrro facti. 4 StatI., olF loriha. at large, S. II. (;ild ings
out iln livirr '.iiilYv the t ftlli'.itig 'I vi l -inlg haul iil% worln l0 y f e ilit poses and
K-ar lh, .'k tl l n%.-ih ,> i r ..t- ll .i tll-lt tlit tileo- c *le stliao:miil was sent
years ,.r .i. l Sit.,, k--u .l, it,,, (14 I a
Statc plaIt (rii c llihng for itt ir l 4. t,'lih,l ii,. l ,l y ,r.Y II layieS,e a nlaan
and hidal it pi',I' ia lih' 0, ni'rr '-i ll' i aIui Cl lie lia, i II lno*.leildge or the
conventioii lii'ih 444. lieli 1i1 and the- nl- i tai it po,, ed ill the l -tate I 1iaralleld li air (.rower. and as far as
and te knl. l1,. l 11t Now. lie knlois no one had influencedl hini to
conveittin !i J.kr.tuill N r sendi iinul Hint lthe niman has never re-
iny fellow Ielliocrat's, if Titliaftrroi amnll I1ei-i, al\ thing for RtntiinK it.
Frank Clark will wilflly uIlii-reply -ult ~ .r u .iir l tandli suBi t w ibet before ne this
yO in a tate 0Co1 ltc ulu it luIInl -,feti. ll ll43 y .of .No--ii icr, A 1 i(rY2.
you in a Sta e4coBvri is n1 l t< (GIDINOS, M I .
say that they 4,ill iKliel're-en 't ir.i ill J. t RIV-.ERS,
congresS. where there arc striligtI i I;- N,tary lPillic for ill- State of Fiarida
fluences broglit to bear aa.iinst ilit-r at largt-.


C i I h 4-** 40 4 0;s .-s .# 0 0*- 4 .* 4 f *. o f eA k

Does You r


- Watch? .,

S KEEP TIME I

If not we'll cure it. and when we get Ihrtigih w:th
it you'll wonder why yotu didn't think of us long -belore.
All wnrk guaranteed. No hast3 slipshod job leaves our
shop. None but the best material used, and you will 9
not grumble at the prices either.

j H. C. Stevens, 9
JIEWBLER,


SHi'gh Springs, Florida.
'^*P '', W f ,, _


"o titn: Patriotic Voter. of the
State of Florida.

COMMISSIONER R. HUDSON BURR
t-eNDS WARNINGi

Aaaks tIc V.,Ung Men to Save thle
State Wi.le It Is Yet Posaibli.
1A Strong Letter.

Tallaha..-4-.. .MiAy 21) I 9iil.
The r' utlts otf the hton'l li tnary.
tIl I l-if lllllun 7tll. w ill i-I IIn- iit4ll lt
l iI AI ti]u(lit( in H Il"lr I fftfI C I n O li it -
li t l and Ini iih iial i u .ll s i i ,hi ii
ni (III) HIllical nltll, t t Vl'r \v t w >.gl|
ill Iln- .Slull
1 %1-3 1 ilt wilinK .ed t upi.*'l tion
,(i io ofI I of nl li } hmost itll l1(14113i 11 d.
S I nI' g iTeffortsv tv'.t-Ir 1nu114 by organliz'd
wOalth ltld the Stmnldalrd Oil Itrust 10
i tlirolu the voice 1of the i'iple ol
1'ilorILda by t1li lavish and iiverplower
S in or U t' or Iineu y In dela(ti btrs Iandl -Ilrt.rb, of pulille : Inlun- itt
In nilnal ciV titles orf ll.ia Sz t lI.
While several thl uHis in.d en voled
clitclit lenutiusly anid unnln-iuenced for
Setiintor Tallaterro., thousands more
fyli(ldI tol the glamour ofr monlay, the
glitteriiig pronilse of future reward (ir
lirerfriin-nt.. or gave their bi|liPO>rt to
Senator Tallaferro In exhctinge for
promised support of their own candi-
ilacy, or that of their fri-lends.
The whole operation was demoral-
Iaing in the extreme, but today we
flid the Democracy of Florida blessed
with an opportunity to rise in em-
phatic protest against the means and
methods by which thoutianuds of vot(Qrs
were misled Into castling their voted
|for" Senator Tallaferro'.
I, for one, cannot bellevo that. the
loyal Democracy of this Stato will, on
the 7th dny of June, say to our sons
and to tlie young men of Florida that
unless they bow and benid the knee
to coropate Influence and organized
wealth they can have no holmi of a
political future.
I cannot believe -that the Democ-
racy of Florida will sacritice a man
whose life has been one unending bat-
tle for the cause of the masses in
their struggle agalneL the encroach-
ments of railroad and trust Influence
In Florida.
Not for one moment will I permit
myself to believe that we will go to
the polls on June 7th. and, by the
casting of our ballots, say to the
young men of this State, and to the
world, that Florida Demoerala place
money above manhood, or that we
will declare by our ballots that the
political principles for which John N.
C. Stockton has fought In season and
out of season for twenty-five years are
to be surrendered by the people of
Florida at the demand of the Stand-
ard Oil and corporation Interests that
today are making their final and su.
prome effort to secure control of our
State politics.
In the name of every future hope
of the young manhood of Florida, I
appeal to the true Democrats in every
county In this State to arouse, or-
ganize, and make a determined stand
agaInst the overwhelming danger that
threaten. Money will be everywhere,
and promises alluring will abound-
but heed them not.
Remember, that with a Senator at
Washington for six .yearswho owes
his support and Indluence to the trustsi
whose avaice and power oppress you
and poselbly a Governor at Tallahas.-
see, who will be under the lAflueace
of the railway corporations of the
State for. the next four years, rsucn
a machine will be built up over this
groat commonwealth that la twe
years from now they will elect two
railroad representatives as Rallroad
Commissioners, and In four years
more the producers of Florida will be
hopelessly enthralled.
Do not let the glamour of great ap-
propriailons blind your eye to the
paramount need of every producer In
Florida to have the Interstate Oem.
merce Commission so strengthened byli
enlargement of power, as to enable
us to secure competitive tranporta-.
tion rates with CalIforria and Mis'
glisslpipl, riyal producing states. Re.
memnilr that for six years Senator
TallaCerro has not lifted hhl langer
or rained his voico to bring tbhs need-
ed relef to the producers and oon.
sumers of Florida. Appropriations for
seaporL.s alwayn--relief and help for
the Interior, never.
If Standard Oil Influence and the
lavish use of money are to be permit-
ted to say who your Senator and Gov-
ernor will be on June 7tbh, how cat
you hope for men to come to the front
four years hence, when lihe money
power will have become so Intrenched
as to be well nigh Impregnable?
Again I appeal to the manhood of


Florida to awake and assert itself
while there Is bqpe and victory la
sight; and let It not be said that this
State has surrendered, without heroic
struggle, to the power ol wealth.
With full faith that the loyal Deoa-
ocrats of this State will meet and set-
. e. tbis issne while they yet have an
opportunity to do so, .1 ama our forI
the canise of the commOa people. I
R. HUDSON ,BURR.
S .. .


Mr' s., Will m a w
.i dty .e--O w n ,4 ,


The People's


HON. A. H. KING


ABOUT OPINIONS


Has Read Opinions As to Clark's
Eligibility.


NAPOLEON B. BROWARD,
Popular and Leading Candidate' for Governor
of Florida.


Vote for liin, and thus elect as your Governor ua maln inu full syllm-
pathy with the plain people of his native State-one on whom the
Railroads anil Corporations of Florida have no claim for past favors;
a man of the people; big of body, brnin and heart.


Rev. Rogerd Here. MAsrTR'S SALE.
Rev. S. II. Rogers the new pastor of 'Un dcr and by virtue of a Decree
Foreclosure of Mortgaire, made and res
the First Baptist Church, arrived in the (dered on the 7th day of May, A. D. 1go.
city Wednesday, anti will preach his first by Honorable J. T. Wills Judge of tl
seruion here Sunday morning at 10:30o circuit Court for the lghth Judici
o'clock. Mr. Rogers is presi Cirent of the Circuit of Florida, In a for Alach
o clock. cMr. Rogers is present of tne certain cause there pendi,
Florida Baptist State Convention, and oil the Chancery side of said Cour
has served the churches at Matlank and wherein L. C. Gracy, is Compialnan
Chipley for several years, and In such an and T. II. Wideman is Defendant
acceptable manner that they were very Ferdinand Bayer as Special Master b
appointment of the Court, will sol a
loth .to give him up. public outcry before the curt house doe
Mrs. Rogers and children will spend a in the city of Gainesville, in Alsethi
while with relatives and friends in Georgia county, Plorida, on Mpnday, tile 4th da
before corninto neville. of July, A. D. 1904, between the leg
b ronv hours of sale, to the hIlghest and beat bid
---- -- ider therefore, all the followinlu describe
piece, parcel or tract of land in Alachu
sample Ballot. county, Florida, and described as te
Now that it has been officially announc- acres, ituatred, lying and being in th
ed that there will be a second primary for uth-weoftheorth-west carter of the f e
the nomination of United States t3enator tion two (2), Township eight (8) south
and certain Congressional, State arid of Range seventeen (si,) esit. -ont5iv
county candidates, the following staple of Range seventeen (o east.h wiConth
of the ballot to be used in the primary, uei gulr s.tenemter he da
June 7, is published, for the ttsfortitation d singul appurtenancen to tle same be
of the voters of Alachua county: longing or in anywise appertaining. Sai(
property to be sold as the property of th
I'or United States Seniitor. asiRI T. II. Wdeman, the Defendan
Vote for One. herein to paiy said PeRDNee
iJOhIN N. C SOcK KI'ON. FPirIPNAND iJlAvnt,
JOHN N. L CK I'ON. Special Master iln Chancery.
JAMES I'. iALIAPHRRO. oW. i I'AnLMH4,
N Cotiiplainont's Solicitor.
Foer representatives it ('nresri--siecond


District.
Vote for One.
J. M. BARRS.-
FRANK CLARK.
For Governor.
Vote for one.
NAPOLHON B. iROWARI).
IROIBRT W. l1AVyIS.
For Secretary of State.
Vote for one.
JAMS S. BROOMIS.
II CLAY CRtAWORP.
For the Legislature.
Vote for one.
A. U. HIILHARV.
J. A. RUSHOROUGII.
For County Superintendent of Public
Instrnciulon.
Vote for one.
DR. J. I.. K..LLIY.
J. 0. KItLLUM.
For upervisor of Ieglstration.
Vote for one.
M. 8. CHlIEVitS. .
D. A. ROBERTSON.
For County CommlusLoner-Third I1>.-
trfat..
*Vote for one.
.0, P. CANNON.
C. C. 'EDbRICK.
'Por Member County behoo Seard=-Sen
and Distrite
Vote for one.
H. B BROOKER.
W, J. MARTIN.
VFr County Commiisioner. I4mib
District.
Vote for one.
A. A. McRAB. *
J. L. TOWNSENJD.

Prof. T, P. M ynari of Alahs, and ,
i as Uima Pardee of of MitSnopy w
united ina rnge at tie hbesb ofd
bride Wednesday. tey wil uar* thet
houe at Alliahm, Ad tbe litW Iwishs
the.m a long and bhppy jur in ti"
life, and a tle gpt.d l.Aappler d ., en tb*
**&*y-.


BILL POR PARTITION.
In the Circuit Court of the- Eigbth J%
dicial Circuit of the State of Florida, li
and for the County- of Alaebtia.' Is
( Iancery
Florida Land Comps.
my, Complainant, -
Vs.
Knickerbocher Trust Bill for Partl yon.
Company and James
K. Whittaker, Defen-
dants. I
Upon motion of W. H. Baker, Solicitor
for the Florida Land Company, and it
appearing by affidavit filed in the above
euteltd cause that the defendants,
Knickerbocker Trust Company an
'Jstges K, Whittaker, are not Inhabita te
ot nor found within the Stite of Fla"Id,
nor have voluntarily enter 0 their p'.
pasrance herein, and that ItheI Kilcer.
iocehr Tirrst Compny il a reldent A d
citizen of Ithe t41ae of New yW110 V i ea
sides in tile City of NewV Yorki, her
having a principal oflce, and thitamalle
K. Whittaker is a resident sad ctlfes, of
the State of New lYork and ide. the
city of New York, and has a place tof bus-
Iness at 21 West 36th iltrett, and I above
the age of twenty-one jears; it Is there.
for" ordisred that said non-reeldsnt do.
feldeants, Knickerbocker Trust Company
and James K. Whlktaker. be and they the
said Knaickerbocker Trust.Company and
Jainmes K. WbittakeF are herilby ordered
and required to apear to the Bill of Coimn
plaint sJed In the said hause On or before
Monday, the 4th day of July, A D, 1914,
otherwise iesallegationa ofa sil bill wl,
be taken cousfeaed by sied dlddaeltip.,
It is further ordered that this order be
published onae a week for four ecoanec-
ve. weeks in the Gainesville Slat, a-
lewtspape published in said Counlty sad
States .
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Bisbee Contested Finley's Seat
For Four Years--Brought
Him to Poverty.
Editor Gainesville Star.
I have read the several opinions of the
lawyers who have spoken through the
columns of the press as to the eligibility
of rnank Clark to a seat in Congress, but
none with such keen interest as that of
Mr. Horatio Bisbee.
if the Ancients will recall the 70. wheu
the nomination for congress was forced
upon dear old General Pinley-the grand-
eat personality lntimatelyconnected with
Florida history-when I saw him shed
bitter teats that his people should again-
force him into the ifht for that position,
after his soul had been so bitterly bruised
by his same Horatio Bisbein aconttest
before congress for the seat in congress,
a new light will be shed upon the question.
As I recall it, for four long year Bisbee
contested the seat of General Jesse J.
Finley in congress, wrecking his possible
usefulness during this time and reducing
him to poverty. This, as I further recall
it, was while the democrats iad a snijoity
in congress. How long would Wflbee
have found It necessary to contest if the
Republicans had been in the saddle?
Qualifications for congress are second-
ary considerations when a contest is pos-
sible, even probable, if the controlling
party in congress should find it good
politics to hold up the seating of a con-
gressional candidate.
When did Mr. Blabee become such a
good democrat as to wish to make the
way clear and easy for a democrat to take
his seat in congress itf it were pomible to
keep him out, or to destroy his usefulness
through an endless contest that the ends
of the republican party might be sub-
served?
That there is abundant room for a
contest when the leading lawyers in Flor-
ida differ so radically as to the Quall-
fications of Irank Clark, none doubts. *
What the result of such contest would be
if the seating of Clark would lose congress
to the Republican party may be known
from the results of the Hayes-Tilden
contest, when Dennis, the "Little Giant"
of Alachua, through. "Arher predict
No. a" made a satisfactory coae for the
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National coimmisiln to seat iaye and .
d it thereby blotted the fame of America. .
e That II. Blabse is well qualiUed to ,,
pass upon the law, or precedents rather, .i
as to Contests, all will admit, but eas o "
whether or not he is sincere in helping a -;
democrat to a seat in congress there can
be small doubt. ''
A. H. Kni. .,,
Jacksonville, FlP.

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You a eai inanr catoon of today in re* .,4
fetring to Mji; early record "Pea oi t ;
yeas of g alat-siribs i th .war. -
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SFuts Bullet is His Brain.

Victory Won by apr But at Most .

Fearful Cost in Casualties. NO CAUSE IS ASSIGNED


TWELVE THOUSAND KILLED


Daring Assault Made at Kin-
Chou in Face of Heavy
Russian Guns Re-
sults in Com-
plete Rout
of Czar's
Forces.


A dispatch to The Central News
(London) from Harbin says the JIp-
anese losses during the fighting at
S KIn-Chou are said to be twelve thou-
sand mqa killed. It is said these fig-
urea have -been confirmed by an of-
I clal dispatch.

Japs Nearing Port Arthur.
A special from Tokio under Friday's
date was as follows: 'The Japanese
are now withinl twelve miles of Port
SArthur, and the Russilans suffered
S ea Vier casualties than the Japanese
who have taken guns and other ma-
terial and a few prisoners. A further
s- surprise is predicted as Japan is now
Increasing her efforts In all direction.
The Japanese captured many guns at
Kin Chou."
Was Sanguinary Conflilot.


The latest reports received In Toklo
indicate that the storming of Nsa*
tban hill Thursday wts a bloody a&-
fair.
The Japanese first centered their
Ire on the lRuaslan batterles, in which
they wtre aided by four- gunboats
m'' fm Kin Ohou toay. They succeeded ta
ipilIeDlflg many of the enemy'sa guns
S 'he I iaslaps had constructed a so-
ites of trenches around the bill oem
S terrace protected by wire entspigl
af ents sad other such devices
', The Japanese made a serited of
y'" ushes, but they were nla vain. The
4ei"ly rfle and cannon fire of the
-'-.ay checked them repeatedly.
S]Wnaslly, at 3 o'clock in the after-
(11*oe, the Japaese reformed and
itortmued the crest of the hill. The Ilus-
as held to their position doggedly
aind It was.7 o'clock in the evening be-
"fbr the Japanese finally gained poe-
session of the ridge.
A Japanese olcor of high rank made
S.the following statement to the corre-
pondent of the Assoelated Press:
.IThe Japanee In attacking Kin
boq an& Nan Shan hill had to fight
..'1naIst great odds. The Russians were
6t full command of the stragetical
c 4dastages afforded by nature, and
S advantages w..re augmented by
W .i t lsiVakeious for defense. The
:;.lw onI Nsa han hill were rtmed
.ith heavy uns The, Jaepm se had
Soty field gunsa,. heavy guns be(ng un-.
av" a1tble On account of the difficulties
of transportation.
"O'ur army deserves great credit
k., for having driven the Russians from
' this- strOnghold; It was a feat provl-
ously considered to have been tmpos-
i. ble.
F '"I fear our losses have beet heavy,
C -but we have gained the stronuet.
b oilt barring our way to- the Invest-
.aeat of Port Arthur."
The Japanese swept the Russlans
t rol Kain ou turdaye morning and
a I deperateo ght attack storm.
,ed. the almost Impregnable poltion
g,;i the Russians on Nan Shan hill,
.- Vest at Tallenwan.
; '-The tattle raged In the hills all
i.rough the night and telegraisL from
eal Japanese headquartea reported
'-, t th, engagement was st l In
loNre and that the !apaepqe are
Sptruing the Ruaslans south of
..*a9h and the head of Taliteuwan
T.'f T Rie Rusans ha made elabo-
'At prepattlons to check the Japan-

.PFIVE MUNDRBD DESTITUTB.
te Reent Fire In Yaseoo Cty CiueLe kese
to Many Peqple.
4 mas meeting composed of 100
eating pitisens was held In Ta1o0
-'r-, 'itr r4dy and a committee, headed
Mayo yer Hones., was Instructed to,
la.l' re into the number of people ren.
Sdewrd destituteW the recent fire. The
committee repi rts tt n00 famtilles
ta.e lost their ioMOe -sa.ensit alof
Piliumber destitute. TIte onaMlttee
Bnled to nuske appeal tr sttde
Stt sanounced that omtuilbbtUoas
be receialved and distributed

AFTER JUDGE LEMLRY.

t Charge Jurist with Falseat
and Culpable Negllgene.o
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Action of Maryland Democratic Con.
veqtlon *Attracts Attention.
The Atlanta Constltut Ion's WVash-
ington correspondent wires the follow-
l1g to his paper:
f'No recefit political event has at-
traeted as much attention here In
Washington as the Maryland democrat-
to convention of yesterday. Demoorata
are pointing to the platform as an
Ideal statement of the campaign lenseu
from the democrallc standpoint and It
Isa Inevitably being compared to the
resolutions adopted ly the New York
democrats at Albany.
"Beyond thle, however, stand the
great manifestation of enthusiasm
over Bgnator Arthur P. Gorman.. which
takeS together with the h|gh complit-
tmeiary resolutions adopted is con-
strued as .pesaing that the democrats
of hil Btate Intend to present Senator
Porman us a receptive qdidate for
the prfaldqattal nomnalStion."

A DEMAND.MADE BY SULLY.

Wants Receiver to Buy 10B.0i0 Balt E
oe Spot Cotton.
A sensatlo was created ia cottes
exchange olreles at- New Yorit ri-
diW when the suspended firm of D. 3.
Oully & MC. made a demao & nupoa
thp reolvers now In charge of the
flrtm'* bsImal that they buy 100,000,
bales O spot ttonm.
0D. J-. ully & Co. olain that they
were solt 1 brW aniy ot1 W the brok-
ors that tHOAr cotton had biea old
out. and tbiA., therefo, wIsh the re-
oelvars tow bra %I O,000 bales of a.
tual eatto. '

WHOLE tO WN DESTROYED.

Cyclone Wreelks ilinosl Village, But
Noe L.av Leat.
The village 04 New LdberW. Pope
coantso lniqul# on the Ohio river. la
repotted to bhve been destroyed by
a cloae- whieh iited Umti aelUonm
Thutnday nightA
It s soild that not a &ulitdig was
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peninsula tw#f4 .Pot -Artthur.
y ha4 fopt-4 the high ground
ll f o -iqhu of Tallenwan bar.
ti wr*i6 xitddlug to tb, east and
hi 41Lt Th, ettreme- Russian right
St ait )Hgan 'aeo and the extreme
aft at N1An an hill. This hill was
Mt stft"oeat part of the lipe. A se-
AMle of batteries, strongly empl ied,
ervnfed its crest, while rifle pitsa &X
tended around its aides. Mines had
been placed lower down on this bill
and around the base, on the morthert
and eastern tsdes, were stretaboe well
made wire entanglements
Another line of.defense protected'
with wire entanglements extended
from Yen Ohla Tung, near the head
of Tallenwan bAy, due north of Us
Chltn Tlen, which lies south of Kp1
Chai. A strong 'Russian force wai
posted at Kin Chou.
Blockade at Port Arthur.
According to a special from TOM11
Vice A4miral Togo has established
a complete blockade around the south.
ern end of Liao Tang peninsula. ThWl.
completely envelopes Port Arthur froe-
the seaward and probably marks tUI
opening of the final Investment ft the
town and its fortlflicationa.

VOTE WAS UNANIMOUS

Presbyterlans at Buffalo Favor U8s10e
by Overwhelming Vote,
A special from Buffalo. N. Y., -says
Tho general assembly of the Preby-
terlan oh brch in the Untied S tate, .by
an overwhelming voice 'riday, qdbpt8
the report of the committee on union
with the Otminberland pressytria
church. The resolution adopted Its.
e0ided not only favorable nation o0li
the report, 'but recommended trialsn
flber' atpe to be taken to secure the
Iloet of the cherebes and to make
plan' .t poetoitn of th eaofurob. The
qdeetlon of proposed basis of union
WillU ow go to the presbyteries of
the g.oaeral assembly. I it lis approv-
ed by a vote of two thlrcs of them
the necessary steps will be taken at
the next general assembly to effect
the union.
The anubuncement of the result was
received wl great cheering. The
vote was tales on the following prop.
ositions of James D. Moffatt:
"Shall the report of the Joint comr-
ml'tee be adopted?
"That the question of basis of union
-be sent down to the presbyteries be-
fore April 1905, for action.
'That the report of the predbyterles
shall 'be submitted to the general as-
.eembly In 1905. and If approved by a
two-thirds vo0e, the necessary steps
shall be taken if the way be clear,
to complete this union. That the a-
setmbly places on record that its re-
vision of the confession of faith In
1908 has not Impaired the Integrity of
the system of doctrine taught In holy
soripture.


Had But Recently Been Married to
Prominent Seelety LOader.
Worry Alleged to Be In-
contive to Tragedy.

Msyr JRobet M. Klano, of Bal-
tlmore, ahOt n4d klled hIallf at bis
home l that city Monday morning.
HIe bIlde of two weals was 1t the
tipme. sleep In the adjoining room, and
ws ,ewaklded by the discharge of
the revolver, which Mr. MoLane used
while stAqda before.the mirror of
the drenBlag Case i: his roo,
The bullet entered ae rslat temple,
and enraog through to head, emerg-
ing In Se aR0 of,. the lft ear.. Ms.
MoLon md other Maembers.ot the
household rushed-to the mayor's as-
11t"aoe but be did not regain con-
' Adounewa and expired within an
hbour.
Sihce the fire of last Feb.
rury he had been kept. amsbluossly
at work administering the etling of
the city, belsde endeavorlug to direct
the relbtlitatilm and rebaillOng of
the burned dlstilot. 'Thi togOtier with
criticAtn by his poliitfl opponents
are thobught by many to have caused
a tomprif ab portion of-the mind.
Mr. Meiafe was elected as a dem-
oat to- toe On oe of chief magistrate
of the munloepaitty in May of last
year for a tern of four years. Under
the catr chester he will be succeed-
ed by L Cay Tymanus, republican.
pridmiat of the second branch of
the cy council, which is republican,
Mayor l-Meioe w"s 8 years of age,
the yunesut oWitf executive Baltimore
ever Wd. He was the *on of James I..
Moluase, prewldeat of the First Na-
tional Bank, and nephew of Robert
M. )f.Lane, former governor of Ma-
ryland, and United Statesa minister
to- France, during President Grover
Oleveland's first administration.
Previous to hble election as mayor
he liad for years filled the oMece of
state's attorney, In which he had dis-
tinguished himself by' a sealous and
intelligent discharge of his dMtes. Dur-
ing his brief administration of the
mayoralty office he had brought upon
himself the antagonism of the regu-
lar democratic party by the appoint-
ment of the independent members of
the party.
-Mayor Mcsane was married two
weeks ago to Mrs. Mary Van Bibber,
a well known tad popular society lead-
er of Baltimore, and the newly'made
bride is prostrated by bhis terrible
tragedy.
The dead mayor was very popular
among the people generally, Irrespec-
tive of party, and the whole commun-
ity has been profoundly shocked by
hi8 tragic end.-

TO RESCU CAPTIVES.

Amerloap Warships Drop Anehor at.


ed, 18 years old, was struck and In-
stantly killed at Gentian. about seven
mile from the city. at 7 o'clock Mon-
day might. An old negro man was
knocked down by the same belt. Dur-
ing the afternoon near Crawford. Ala.,
13.miles west of the city, two negro
girls. aged 17 and 18 years, were In-
stantly killed and their mother and
a smaller child were severely shocked.

UNCLE SAM BALKS RUSSIA.

Attempt to Gain Peasessilen of a Road
In Chins aIs Checked.
By one stroke, unprecedented in
the anaple of American diplomacy, the
Washingaon government has checked
the eqfart of Rselsa to mature control
of the Canton-HI nkow MRalsoo,. In
Clhin, this result wes achieved by
rocdgnling the AmerlteanCObla Devil-
Obpmet Company as an American con-
ce rs despite the fact that the ma-
|orlty of its stockholders are Bel-
glas.


Oletvealid Celimsaa babuean.
trovel evelnd leea written to the
fPr-ldest Orover Cwevelsad has
.i tpm the Amerle.a Pesrth of
atts. i- Mie,, tlia
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JAPy 'iE8T DALNY



Occupied Commercial City
of Russians on May 30.


'EVACUATION WAS HASTY


TRANCE ASKED TO AID.

smortry fay Rhmalet reenoh am..
crnment to. Take Hand In the
Rea-ue of Peodlwerle

ThroWh AmabheadOr Porter. Uee-
repry Hey. has requested thae reach
government to emerese Its good of-
Dees toward securing the release of
Perdlcarsia the kidnapes American Ia
Motocoo. The Frenob government haw
undertaken the tfJk and because of
its cloiar association with the various
elements In Morocco it 1s believed It
can accomplish more than a*y other
government. The British government
Ig also acting with great energy In be-
half of young Varley, the e'sepson of
Perdiclria and a Brilish subject, and
the British officals are in communica-
tion *ith the United States minister.
Admiral Chadwick. la not expected
at present to land a party from his
fleet to pursue the brigands., but 't Is
stated positively that If Rasoull exei
cute his threat of killing his captives
the United Statee government will in-
sist that he be run down and executed
at any cost.
The Perdlcaria matter was discuas-
ed it some length at Tuesday's cabi-
net meeting.
A dispatch from Paris says: FPoreign
Minlfter Delcassee in consequence of
a communication from the state de-
partment at Washington transmitted
through Ambassador Porter, has tele-
graphed instructions to the trench
minister at Tangier to use his utmost
endeavors to obtain the release of
Ion Perdicarls and Cromwell Varley.

FILIPINO CASK4 DECIDED.

Government Losses in Several Cases
Before United States Supreme Court
A Washington special says: In the
Uniatd es supreme court opinions
were handed down Tuesday In three
cassa Involving questions pertaining to
administration of criminal law in the
Philippine Islands. The points raised
are as to the rights of the government
to appeal criminal cases and of the
accused person to demand trial by
jury.
The first case walp that of Kepner
vs. the United States. Kepner practic-
ed'law in Manila, and was charged
with embezzlement. The court of the
first Instance acquitted him, but the
supreme court of the islands convict-
ed him. The case was then appealed
to the United States supreme court by
Kepner on the ground that by the
process of appeal he was put twice In
-Jeopardy contrary to the cons'ltution
of the United States. The opinion by
Justice Day sustained this view, re-
versing the decision of the Philippine
supreme court. Justices Brown.White
and McKenna dissented. The case of
Mendosono vs. the United States, in-,
volving the same question, was Sim-
Itarly rendered In favor of Mendosnno.
Another Philippine case was that of
Dorr & O'Brlen, in which Is contain-
ed the question of the right of the de-
fendant to demand a trial by Jury In
the Philippines In the absence of con-
gressional enactment granting such
right. The court held that the consti-
tution does not carry right without
legislative enactment. Derr & O'BrI-
on were editors of a newspaper pub-
lished in Manila, and were prosecuted
for criminal libel.
Justice Harlan dellevered a vigor-
one dissenting opinion, 'and said the
decision was contrary to the law sys-
temrn. and giving the opinion of the
court to be In effect an amendment to
the constitution of the United States.

COTTON FIRM SUSPENDS.

Bookkeeper and Cashier of Munn Son
A Co., at New York, Disappear.
The suspension of S. Munn Son &
Co. was announced on the cotton ex-
change at New York Tuesday. The
firm is one of ihe oldest in the cot-
ton trade in the eity.
The head bookkeeper and cashier
disappeared about ten days ago. and
the firm believes that as soon as Its
accounts are straightened out it will
be able to resume.
At the office of the firm it was
said that Clarence P. Cameron. the of-
fice man. and head clerk, had been
absent for about a week. An exami-
nation of the books so far made. It was
added, showed apparent discrepancles
amounting to about $125,000.

DEADLY LI iltTNINO BOLTS.

Three Negroes Lose Life OUring Storm
In Vicinity of Columbus, Ga.
Three dea'hsh from lightning occur-
red near Columbus, Ga.. Monday and
Monday night. Manael RIlley. color-


Governor Joseph M. Terrell. of Gjeor-
gia, has lasued a proclamation offer-
Ing a reward of $250 l the arrest
and convTItion of the murderer or
murderers of Miss Sophie Kloeckler,
whose body was found in Lakewood
qear Atlanta, and who Is believed by
many to have .been murdered, not-
withstanding the coroner's verdict of
WON&


LAMSUORPP IN PERIL.


Attempt Maql to AAaasalnate Rue-
elon PFesrAl MInlster. _
A dalateF tr a Petersburg te
Tfea C atral (L4nd) says it
lmiatA tB sifer


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After Battle of Nyn Shan Forces of
Czar Concluded that Locality
Was Too Unhealthy aqnd
They Made Quick Exit.

The Japanese legation at Wahlinr-
ton, Tuesday, gave out the following
dispatch from the honte government
at Toklo embodying a report from
General Oku as follows:
'"enera[ Oku, commanding the
army operating against Port Arthur,
reports that our troops occupied Dainy
on May 30. Over one hundred houses
and barracks, besides telegraph office
and railway station were found un-
injured. Over two hundred railway
cars are usable, but all small railway
bridges in the neighborhood are de-
stroyed. All dock piers except the
great pier which was sutink, remain un-
Injured. Some steam launches were
also found at the mouth of the dock,
It is evident the Russians lied quick-
ly when Nan Shan hill was lost, ex-
pecting that General Oku woull Im-
mediately take possession of Dalny.
All previous reports of the occupa-
tlon of the town were false.

Refugees Tell of Evacuation.
Five hundred Chinese refugees from
Port Delny and Tallenwan arrived at
Che Foo, Tuesday, according to ad-
vices from that place. After sifting
their conflicting stories It appears that
the Russians left Tallenwan May 26
for Port Arthur after burning every-
thing likely to -be of use to the Jap-
anese. Bandits later took possession
of the town and were pillaging when
the Japanese cavalry appeared. May
27. On May 26 the Russians loft Port
Dalpy, previously burning the offices
and resldehces, destroying the rail-
road and scuttling three large mer-
chantmen and all the dredges and
launches.
Some of the refugees also say the
Russians destroyed the gunboat Bohr,
which Is believed to have taken pat
In the disastrous battle at Kin
Chou and three torpedo boats. Others
say these vessels returned to Port Ar-
thur.
A Chinese contractor, who had built
most of Dalny for the Rusalans, was
held for ransom and his clerks were
killed. The town was still burning
May 28, when the refugees started for
Chee Foo.
The Japanese had not apfieared at
DaIny up to that time.
One Junk was leaving Dalny, and
was sunk 'by bandits, and fifty persons
were drowned. The Chinese state
that they did not leave Dalny or
Tallenwan because they were afraid
of the Japanese or the Russians.
They fled front the bandits who
entered those towns.

Japs Spy on Port Arthur.
According to a dispatch from Toklo,
four gunboats, two destroyers and two
torpedo boats, sent to Port Arthur ear-
ly on Monday morning by Vice Admi-
ral Togo, effected a careful recomnota-
s-.nce, facing a heavy fire from the
land batteries. They discovered a
new Russian searchlight station and
one or two new forts on the .iao-Tien-
Shan promontory. No. 3 gunboat was
struck by a shell, which killed one
petty officer, three men being injured,
and one of her guns damaged. The
other boats escaped without any dam-
age.

RUSSIA SETTLES OLD CLAIM.

Pays Indemnity to England on Ac.
count of Seizure of Vessels.
The long standing difficulty between
Great Britain and Russeala arising from
the selsure by the latter of Canadian
sealers In the Behring sea in 1892,
has been settled, Russia agreeing to
pay $44,701 Indemnity to-the Carmel-
Its and the Vancouver Belle, two of
the six vessels seized. The claim
amounted -to $93,047.

SULLY RECEIVERS SAY NAY.

Cannot Comply With Request to Pur-
ohase 190,000 Bales of Cotton.
Receivers Tafrt and Miller, of the
arm of Daniel J. Sully & Co., de-
aided to refuse the request made by
Mr. Bully that they demand the turn-
nlag over to them of 190,000 bales of
cotton, which Mr. Sully claims were
still open contracts on the day of
the failure and were Lot Included In
the failure.
The receivers, in refusing Mr. Bul-
ly's request, stated that they had no
power to carry out the coup suggest-
ed.

REWARD FOR ALLEGED SLAYERS.

Many Believe Woman Was Murdered
and Governor Takee Action.


CREDITOR'b GET EVERY PENNY.

Mrs. Plant and Children Make a Self.
Sacrificing Concession.
The creditors of the late R. H. Plant
will be given every penny of the $760,-
000 of life Insurance taken out for his
estate. It Is the wish and desire of
Mrs. Plant and her children that the
creditors shall have the benefit of the
entire estate Insurance. On all sides
it Is generally conceded that Mrs.
Plant is entitled to a dower In all
the real estate of Mr. Plant and to
a year's support for herself and her
family. Both these, It is said, have
been renounced so that every penny
except the insurance directly IDtend-
ed for his family will go to his cred-
Itors.

PRESIDENT AT GETTYSBURG.

Chief Executive of the Natign De.
Irvers a Memorial Addresa.
On historic Cemetery Hill, at Get-
tysburg, PL., Monday, overlooking
t'ound hallowed by the blood of half
a hundred thousand brave men, and
In the prsiaece of a concourse of
tt-oueands. President Roosevelt deliv-
ered a nolible addiaes.
On nearly the same spot on Noves-
1t.r 19. 1863. President Incoln de-
livered the Immortal address enunci-
ating principles which have run around
the world for more thaa a third of
a century.


Postal glark ets Five Yvar.
Pred H. Hill, the aqp petatl lriWt
who was convleted In the fTtf

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SENATOR QUAY DEAD.

Well KnowSn PnIy"Stnl 1pISBe
of Politics" Passes peafuilly
Anay After a L-0g l0n0 s

At Beaver. Pa,, aturday BfteTiObt
Colonel Matthew StMlt= QF,4". s"1i
senator from the Q "eker *.tate,.
ed peacefully away, after a illness
which had been more or s persist-
ent for the past year, which took a
turn for the worse ten days ago. and
which the doctors diagnosed as chron-
ic gastritim.
Senator 'Quay's last Illness waS a
recurrence of the trouble that beset
him during the latter part of 1909 sd
the early days of January, 19'1, when
he was undergoing the strain of a
desperate fight for re-election to the
senate.
Colonel Quay was born at Dilsbirg.
York county, Pennsylvania, eptember
30, 1833; graduated from Jefferson.
colege 1850; admitted to the bar
1854; elected ptolhontary of Beaver
county 1856 and 1859; In IillLsty ser-
vice from 1861 to 1865 as lieutenant
Tenth Penpsylvania reserves, colonel
134th pennsylvania volunteers; receiv-
ed congressional medal of honor; was
lieutenant colonel and assistant com-
missary general of the state militia
agent at Washington; private' secr
tary to governor of Pennsylvania; a
member of the legislature, 1865-7; sec-
retary of commonwealth, 1872-8, and
1979-82; recorder of Philadelphia, 1878-
9; slate) treasurer, 1115; member of
the republican national committee
since 1885 and its chairman during
the campaign of 1888: member of the
executive committee 1896; United
States senator from Pennsylvania,
1887.99; tried for misappropriation of
public funds and acquitted April '1,
1899; skme day appointed United
States senator by Governor Stone; re-
elected to United Stales senate, Jan-
uary, 1901, to fill vacancy caused by%
failure of legislature to elect in Jan-
uary, 1899. Home, Beaver, Pa.
This, in brief, is the hi-tory of the
Napoleon of poll Ices-the rman who
made Harrison president IRoosevel
vice president and brought the late
M'srk Hanna Into national politics.

DELEGATIONS EVENLY DIVIDED.
Democrats Shy as to Absolute Inatruc-
tions for Judge Parker.
A Washington dispatch ays: Twen-
ty.four states and two territories have
held their democratic state conven-
tions and a total of 55T delegates to
the St. Louis convention has been
chosen. Resolutions of positive In-
struction have been adopted In twelve
of there states; in thirteen there have
been no instructions; in one, Florida,
there is a divided delegation selected
under the primary system.
Four states, with a total of 146
votes, have instructed for Parker.
Six states, with a total of 77 votes.
have instructed for Hearst.
One state, Massachusetts, has In-
Instructed its 32 votes for Olney.
One state, Wisconsin, has Instructed
its 30 votes for Wall.
The uninstructed delegates reach
the total of 272.
The table showing the states which
have Instructed and those which have
not instructed shows that Connecticut,
Indiana. New York and Tennessee
tave adopted resolutions Instructing
for Judge Parker.
California, Iowa. Nevada. South Da-
IcoLa. Nrew Mexico and Rhode Island
(under the unit rulf) have Instructed
for Mr. Hearst, and he gets three
votes from Florida, under the direct
Inuiruetlons of the party primary.
Alabama, Kansas, Maryland, Men-
tena, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
Ohio. Oregon Pennsylvania South Car-
o' na Washington, West Virginia, tLhe
Distrl.ct of Columbia and six votes
from Florida go into the uninstructed
column.

COTTON BLAZE IN MONTGOMERY.

Flames Lick Up 4,000 Bales and Stop
age Building, Entailing Heavy Loess.
A Sunday blase tn the Alabama Cot-
ton and Storage Company, known as
the Atlantic Compress Company, at
Montgomery. Ala.. destroyed the build-
Ing and 4,600 halo. of cotton. Lots on
cotton $280.000 and building $100,000.
Insurance on building $65, 00, and
cotton practically covered la marine
com pany.


SPasped Upon In Court,
At Americus, Gs.. Tuesday, 0. Sul-
livan, Indicted and tried for assEult
with Intent to murder in assisting
abortion committed upon Miss Olivia
McLane. a beautiful young girl em-
ployed in Sulilvan's jewelry store, and
who charges him with her ruin, waa
convicted of the alleged crime, the
jury returning a verdict of gully.
without recommendation. .
Sullivan is a member of the board of
aldermen of Amerleuas, and past emi-
nent commander of the Knights Ten-
plar of that city.
Dr. George Washington Barrow, the
physician Jointly Indicted with Sul-
livan for the abortion ocnmitted, Is
still In jall and will be tried later.
LEGISLATURE Op IafQAL. TATUS

Georgia Attorney General Passes Upon
Right of aloes to Mleet
Attorney General Johi a ut. of
GeorKa, ha sewed t h aquedet of
the legality of the eeosnag season of
the legiiaftuie tn favor e t a body.
In ian opinion haadlm dewn Monday.
in leaponse to 4. fu y letter
froli OWN 1rea9w P"k
JI 9111 et h M t*As Istb-
Ilg tin Wte o -r 'W sPt 'ria of I
a aAe to Pifli i'r,-a eat a'By
shadow vwm eg r t ofg tC t B rest -
letis a A laag ge, 'O.
t'. ,. .ra .
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Moroctan Kidnapers Make

-Ridiculous Demands,


UNCLE SAM SAYS "NIT"


As an Answer to ,Insolence of Brigands
Six More Warships Are Sent to
Tangier-France Predicts More
Trouble,

A Whshlngton special says- The
kidnapping of Perdterls and his step.
son, Varley, In Morocco, have r-ib.
ruiltteda their terms for ransom a,.d
the state department has decided that
they are absolutely Impossible of ac-
ceptance.
A long cablegram from United Srates
Consul Gummere was received by Sec.
rotary Hay Saturday. The consoi sia,.
ed in substance that Rasouly, thI han-
dit, who kidnapped Perdicaris and his
stepson Varley had been heard rrom
and made a set of demands which iho
British minister and Mr. Gutimere
had-deemed it their duty to lay be.
fore their governments.
Rasouly demanded that the .fonr.
shb forces should be withdrawn frnm
the district In which his bond oper-
ated, leaving them in control.
He asked a large money ransom
to be collected from the governor
of Tangier and Fez, who happen to
be bitter enemies. He further -IP.
manded absolute immunity for him-
self and his followers frIom pursuit
or punishment for the kidnapping and
other crimes which they had ,rmimit.
ted in the past. To cap thi climax
of his demand Rasouly Insisted that
the United States and Great Britain
should solemnly guarantee the obsprv.
ance by the Moorish government of
the foregoing stipulations,
Secretary Hay had a conference
with the president, and it was agreed
that lbsouly's terms could not he met.
To grant them Would be equivalent
to forcing the sultan of Morocco to ab-
dicate in favor of a brigand so far
as a considerable part of a Moorish
territory was concerned. Moreover, the
United States government could not
without establishing a new and dan.
gerous precedent undertake to guar-
antee the acts of another govern-
ment.
Rear Admiral Jewell reported by
cable to the navy department Sat-
urday the arrival of. the Iuropean
squadron under his command, embrac.
Ing the Olympia, Baltimore and Cleve-
land, at Horta. Asoras. Orders were
sent to the admiral to proceed to
Tangier, Morocco, and his fleet sail-
ed for that port.
The navy department Is advised
of the sailing if the Atlanta, Marl.
etta and castine, ships of the South
Atlantic squadron, from Teneriffe for
Tangier, to join the flagship Brooklyn
The detention of the South Atlanile
squadron at' the Moroccan port will
be dependent on conditions. If the sit-
uatilon on the arrival of Rear Admiral
Jewell does not require the presence
of the two squadrons of American
warships for the protection of Amer-
clan Interests In that quarter, Rear Ad-
miral Ohadwick will be authorized to
proceed on his cruise toward hie sta-
tion In the South Atlantic.
A dispatch from Paris says: The
approaching arrival of United States
warships at Tangier, Morocco, is view-
ed with some apprehension in official
quarters. as It ts feared It may lead
to a turbulent demonstration. Those
who are familiar with Moroccoan meth-
ods say that an attempt of a naval
force tf rescue President Perdicarls
and Varley probably would lead to
their being killed.
The French minister continues to
urge the Moroccoan authorltles to
make terms with the brigands.

RUSSIANS ADMIT PREDICAMENT.

Convinced That Nothing Can Stay the
March of Japs en Port Arthur.
There Is no attempt In St. Peters-
burg to disguise the fact that the suc-
cessful forcing of the neck on Kwan
Tung peninsula proper puts a praC-
tical end to resistance to the enemy
until be reaches the actual fortifl-
cations around Port Arthur.

JURY CONVICTS SULLIVAN.

Sensational Case at Americus, Ga.,


TangIer, Meroceo.
According to advice& from Targler.
Morocco, the United States cruleer
Brooklyn, flying the flag of Rear Ad-
miral Chadwick, arrived there Mon-
day. Other vessels of the United
States squadron are following. The
authorities in Tangier consider that
the position of the American. Ion Per-
diearis, and his stepson, Cromwell
Varley, a British subject, who were
kidnapped by bandits headed by Ral-
aull, is now more serious than be-
fore.
-It Is the understand lag tht the ad-
miral commanding the Amerioan fleet
has orders to exeremi pressure upon
the Moroccan authorillea to induce
tiem to accept : saeull'a terms. The
sulka is willing to pay a ransom and
11berate RIalulll prisoners who are
now Imprisoned, bat asimull nous asks
American protection for the settle-
ment. This last condition is eoald-
eore dependent upon the Amerian
government.
Retr Admiral Cbadwtok, aecoapar
iled by an aide. the United States con-
sul. general and two marine, visited
M. Toreo, the representative at the
Ulta, at .Tasgier. The thtervtew last-
ed ten minutes, after whio M. Torreas
etrnned the visit, the Brooklyn fIs-
Inl g aalute in his honor.
M. Torres has Initormed the Amer-
clan and the British representative
thac he cannot grant Ralsaul's terms.
Mr.. Gummnat the I lnted Statea
consul at Tangler, In a qablegranm,
retlvdl at the tate tesrlitanlat MoM-
dLy niaht, eaye hat threats against
tie lives of Ralenll'a captlveS. Per-
d!,arls and VaiWey. hate beeQ made
united the banl-st denaads are
granted.

JUDGE LOtOW DAMAOKE UIT.

A Political Wrangle Winda-Up In Ve4t
diet for Defendant.-
After being out only seven or egt
jinlutes, the jury in the Janes libel
damage suit. on trial at Atlanta, a4-
brought in a verdlot for the defend-
ants. The meaning of- the verdict la
that the Jury did not believe "Jut
James abpuld recover damapse for as
alleged llbel MW to have Spwa nut
of a polIUtial meeting ft Doagla
county.

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A TRYING QUESTION.
A pale and dishevelled Frenchman
was sinking Into his dock ehair on a
Channel steamer when a passenger
asked cheerily:
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ed?"
"No, monsieur." answered the pallid
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1PALTU WoY OUNRUL NOON.0
a ring in thee-long looped piece and
through this slip another rope also
looped so as to come over his neck, as
shown \i) the cut. This rope may be
heavier th.in the first one, and If the
animal is unruly and strong the end
which is shown over the back of the
bog extending to the band of the one
who is driving it, may be slipped over
lila rump and into the lowerloop and
tied, leaving the long loop In thd driv-
er's- hands for better control. The Il-
lustrations show clearly lpw the con.
trivance Is constructed.-Indianapolid
News. ,
Manure oer Clover Lands.
Considerable has been writtep In this
department nl favor of spreading the
manure on the farm during the winter
as fast as It is made, provided toeo
weather will permit. Undoubtedly
this method of disposing of the mature'
for the benefit of the crop applies toi
.ny soU that Js reasonably level, but-
Us good effects are more noUceable
on clover lands than elsewhere In the
experience of the writer. On every
opep day dqrlng the. winter thne ai.
nnre is carried from the barn and put
on the clover until such fields Lave re-
ceived all needed.
The result Is that the clover gets an
early start and when it is to be plowed
under for the corn crop. we follow clov-
er with corn in the plan of rotation.
it is two feet high and all that It has
gained from the manure is turned
back to the soiell for the benefit of the
succeeding crop. This Is sensible ar-
gument. Is it not? Try it and ee how
much greater profit sl made from the
manure supply.
stiry Wisdom.
Results simply show what kind of
a man is behind the cow-so look out
Cows should be fed and milked at
the same time each day and in the
same order. They quickly form habits,
nnd any Interruption or disappotint-
ment Is quickly noticed by the lessened
product in the pall.
The food of beifers most be .sch
that It will nonuish all parts of the
body. They may manage to live on
bay. but they will be. stunted In slse
nnd will never equal their dams.
though Ithe sire may be of a line of
the best butter makers. Besides that,
their constitutions will be weakened.
and they will be subject to every epi-
demic that comes around. -
Stretch a wire the whole length of
the stable behind the 0ows. Attach a
snap with a ring on this wire and haag,
the lthe lantern Ithe snap. It can ten
be pushed along where the moat light
is needed. A amlelalr wire should be
placed In front Of the cows. A lantern
should never be placed on the floor.
If accidentally overturned a disastrous
fire is the inevitable result.
Too much stress cannot be. put UpoU
the manner In which cows are treated
In the stables. A cow soon comne to
like. or disllke, a Person wio eares
for her, according to *te w'y la which .
she Is bandied. Pet yonr cows, talk
to them, calling them by name. jTb#y
soon le.ara to ioe t call as& to e0-
a pat or tetS0 toke. Good
ed wil be lot ot n A cow that t Is er.
edA or earvaF tr tId. A idw.
nsei of twenty-itve per se1t. i1
duet bal otte .160 .."0
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Ieedin Corncob Meal*.
It Is doubtful ift there is any value,
from a standpoint of nutrition, In corn-
cob meal, Its chief value being that
when fed with the meal of the corn
It prevents the impaction of the latter
In the stomach of the animal, some-
thing that must be dote when large
unantitles of corn are fed. It ls not
ndvised that the mixed product of the
market be bought, but If one wishes
to determine for himself the value of
the. mixture with his particular herd.
have the corn on, the cob ground and
then mix it' wfth cora not ground
with the cob. In varying proportions
until, the proportion is obtained upon
which the' stock gives the beat. results.
This Is .he only safe way of- feeding It.
O.ol Orheard Treatmoen.
In central New York there is a four-
teen-year-old orchard. that has always
been managed on an exceedingly sen-
sibie and profitable plpn. The branches
are trhlncd to the. spreading habit
wlich opens: the tree to the air and
sun... For abolit eight yehrs the or-
chaid w'as plowed and planted to
crops, which require thorongnh cultl-
Svatlon like corn, beans and potatoes.
lien" it wns seeded down with alfalfa
nnd Inoculnted. This developed a. very
thick sod Which Is cut three times a
.yeapir for liny. This hay Is fed to stock
n Md thu the minanure Is all ihauted
back- nagan and spread around tihe
trees. Under this system ine orchard.
has anade -a very remarkable growth.
.. aning Unrtny Mos. '
Any.onie who has tried It will testify
that it is not an easy task to handle
a stubborn hog, andu most hogs are
stuLborn. If one has oecasilo to ado
thins work, the, device ahown In the cut
is simple Afid effective. Take- strong
Srope about the diameter-. of n clothes-
I lino andnaboua ten or twelve feet long.
From this cut off three feet and tie a
loop lu ach end; then tie the remain-
Ilg piece in the centre of the looped
piece.and bring the loop over the snout:
of the -hog. aftet slipping, the loops itn
the firt piece over his bind feet. Have


The average girl, capable of becom-
ing. an executive, well-informed wo-
tan, is born with a love for the
homely, sweet and practical things of
life, and It is to this wholeomeb unu
spoiled eilid-:instinct -that effort: must
be directedd In doinestic education,
And the task Is s o muc easier when
the work is begun early In life, under
the oigue of play. .
.. There are those who advocate be-
ginning with the very little o4tes of
three and four years of age, and build.
Ing up, along with nil their other
training, a systematic course In house.
hold duties. Give them principles and
rules, teach them rule and method,'
and while they are practicing In a
small way, suited to their surround.
Wings, be quite sure that they are doing
everything In the right way. It sla
easier to teach the child now, and
form the habit of working tight, than
It will be by and by to undo wrong
teaching, and form new habits of do-
ing things.
It Is not at qll difficult to teach the
Ut(le girl in her doll housekeeping to
put things in their proper places, keep
them there, and to do all the things
at the proper time. _She may have the
correct method of kouseeleantlg, how
to give n tertuinment, and even the
Judicious management of her doll per,
vants, If only mother knows hotm and
has the wit dat wisdom tdtd patience
and good humor to Impart her know .
edge in a happy, playofl fashion.
Then, too, the mother can let tihe
little girl do some real tasKm. Ht-.
bnesx to be sure. trot geMnuile work
making her feel tsum that skhe s 9I
imPos4aoet beaste labe is t"lplng
mother.;' Nothinm makes a1 SuiI ha
pier than the thought that tr s
doing something which to really Worth
while and not mere pley.-Mlrror.
"Farmer,


DOTOR AOw

PE.RU.NA


MRS. EVA BA TQ.0
M St.. Nc York N."M,
"I suffered for thbae W7
rhea and ulceretion b' the
doctor advocated an 40
dreadeJ very mooh;ii|A tTA
to C._ .jder it. 1* 1 re
s'maen. .jernsn e a nm )
bottles, but I felt so mou
kept taking it, as I dreaded
so iucb. I ant to-day la
and hav-r not felt so we
years."-Mra. Eva Bartho.


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A pretty way for decorating the
mantelpiece, or ornamental shelf, fre-
t quehtly adopted Inu the tropics, is to
get a small.wooden box, two feet and
a half feet long and five inches wide.
with the back three luches high and
the trout only one Inch. This Is filled
with a mixture of rich mould and
sand, In which are planted as many
small ferns as the box will hold, says
the Chicago News. The ferns ip front
must be planted in such a way that
they fall gracefully over the edge of
the box.
When the box la placed-on (he. man-
tel it makes as pretty 'a ecoration as
could possibly, be, devised. softly
shaded lamps and candles, shedding a
dim light, .iake the simply furnlshaed
fern-decorated drawing room even
*orettler by light than by day.
t" slble' Shoes. -
A shoe that keeps the foot always
In good condition must be firat of all
comfortable. 'The walking shoe should
be aln extension sole, so.as to give a'
good base and prevent the foot from
being turned by Irregularlties In the
roadway.. -. j
Tle toe of the walkinghoa shoe should
be sufitcicently broalt to 'leave the tops
of 'the- foot absolutely ucramnped
Any contractilon of. the leather which
btlids the toes, even a little. must pro-
duct nlot only discomfort but In the
elnd disease. The broadly rounded toe
Is therefore ituportant.
The heel should be broad and not
over one Inch high. Rubber .is applle4
to the bottom of the heel, to the n .i
side of tile heel, and in the form of
pad placed inside the shoe; Tihe prin<
ulple In each of thee Is excellent. RlO
one should walk on t solid heelo.
SThe Instep should be laced.with- dliag.
oial ilaclg, Instead of strolght across,
or In Ktcl a way ai to permit the upi
per to fit Itself to tihe shapp of thel
toot freely -
The lining ot the shoe plays an I.m-
portant.part. It must be carefully put
in and it must not wear out sooner
titan the tipper of the shoe. -,
-The upper of the shoe should be
formed -upon a last which represents
.the position of the foot when flat on
Ihe floor, iot In the position of a foot
when held in the air .
The sensible people have for- mtansy
years dressed their feet ori these lines.
ailry .t dr Lie .ttl eoirls.


STORE FRONTS.
0,, e -ands 1;snat sideeW-1mP a 09te U
jt I ll.n11. .1 16eosisa Sel

angea sNewW.ork at:
souimtimErONDFU#PY 0Q., Cwensb.oQro, Kent~uaky


S i.J1 PENT Or. VilW..
'"But," protested the. typewtertr
boarier. "Adam wasn't contented
without a wife.'
"Perhaps- not," rejoined the old
Bachelor, -:"but at that stage of the
game .he didn't know anything of good
or' evil."-Chlcago News. ,-. -

"iTS permanently cur d. No nfits or nerous-
ness after flrste dy', nse 1 ofDr. Kllne'e Great
* NerveBestorer.4 trtal bottle anditreott efiree
Dr. I, H. KI. La, Ltd., 981 Aro 8t.,Phllb., Pa.
Many a man who Itar t at the toot of
the ladder is down at the heel atthe fih.
IPo'ot uine1,
Hweat, Itch, blintor? liorr., iForr Wass
cures them. Remnovos oniom of hMet, armpitsa,
ete.; stops ohating. Ift not at drnggiRtst send
U2 to EATON D5Bo Co.. Atlanta, (Is., for
full sine, postpaid; eamailo for 2. stampnp
One application proves its merit. Money
back if not satilsled.


Advetirnr as Town.
The marvelous growth of Heat-tle.
Wash, Is credited mainly\ to newspaper
publicity. The business men of that
community raised a considerable sum
to be expended for space In Eastern
newspapers, and the returns were
prompt and generous.
There is more Cntarrh lb Ibis section of the
country thanall ot0er disease put together,
and until the last frw years was supposed to
be Incurable. For a great many years doctoft
pronoanned It a lofal disease ad .p bed
local remedle, aad by constanatly faling to
Oitt with lobal Itretmenti pronouseed Itla
, .urble. Falen=e has proven Oatarrb to be a
itulalt"l disease sand therefore req juw
o= U o al areat431t. Kail's oaMfhM
I e. ms Ituftred F. Pi. 9. Ohney 0o.
is the e lastuto sure
"1to ,hlo. Is toe o. e mUtlov
fosnemdrosotep,066Po Itfu. asoi.lM-
l h a ood and suosm soons oa ut
syteam. 9ey offer one huned doldtM
"I ae It falls to ure. *en4 or
an tionals. Address r. 1. iOsatt
S old u, 5 D0Nmis. ae.
a allRaWi ly Plis for oonsatpstea
e*pPle Miet We is4.
A writer on Advertstafg says It Is the
aim. of nearly every business ona4R-.
to have a special and orIgiaal tlift.
"But when such a apelalty shallI be
foebd It must be advwtlsod. No artlt
cle ean sell rtseit without the aid of
advertasing."
i ._ uiegJ a rie-a0es -


A pretty dinnia tgow r ft*a oletf
miss Is made of fDne sbjte vosle enV
white silk IqL aIs trImmeUwith baisl
of pale-blue silk.
One of, the oldMst of eofffute ore
mentis a glittering -d Jewehl
snake that Is to be lhid around thq
coils of the hair.
Glass tollet sets for the dressing
table come In greeoM, blue, pink snd
white glass and are prettily decoratd-
with gold tracery wark. '
Dainty little pictures.already fra'ed
in narrow black and oak framee
showing a great variety of sub)js,
are on the bargain counters f r
a quarvr.
Corsets that booek la ir frt i uta "
have a plain back are the latest in t
corset line and ars rather costly af3
fairs. The lacing i- directly "an the
front and the hooks are to o e ide1. '
There Is a new coin holder Jast att.j
It Is oblong In shape and has places
for both fgiv and ten cent njKu e'
Made ut sllier and gun metal,.
a ring la ono end and is to sat-
tacbed to a long chain .
Pretty lltle dressig- sacks of silk"
and fline lsaiinels as well as lawn a&T
to be bad, cut all In inq piec, Angel
sleeves and all, ad b-fiulised aoit tUo
edge* with hsnd-wok edsadallops but*
towholed In colored st il
As 14i to dresleamks 1S ibS siemv9
erm. which is NiOed Iap, *ickel
alats,. iee lsie t *. i *-


"Anything new abotqt,the war?"
"An unofficial dtspatch has Juat been
eonfirmed."--Chicago Recerti-Hierald.
Could Yoan Ue Any Kind or i sewnlui
Satihulne at Any Prtet?
there Is any pritceso low,, any of-
fer so liberal that .you would tlhtk of
-tee accepting on trlal a new high grade,
drop cabinet or upright Minnesota,
Sin81ger, Wheeler & Wilson, Standard,
White or New Hom*e SewIug Machine,
cft out and return this notice, and you
will receive by return mail, postpaid.
free of coat. the handsomest sewing
mnaielue catalogue ever published. It
will name you prices on the Minnesota,
Singer, Wlphler & Wilson, White,
Staudovd and New Houme sewing man-
rhines that will surprise Lon; we will
make you a new and nttrnative proposi-
tloni. a sewing ninachine offer that will
astonish you.
If you can make any niuse ot any sew.
Ing machine at lany price, If any kind
of an offer would Interest you, don't
fall tv write us at once (be sure to cut
out and return this spec al notice) and
get our latet book, oer lktest offers
our new and most surprialng propose .
tion. Address
8SAma, iioxnsvo & Co., Chleago.
If all women who look back were turned
hqto ssat pillars the streets would bd fll
el stateua. .. "

Dr. BIgNrS' Huck rdial
T t Great lauthli
cures ai S tR o

teethiln.
-a


For S Tired





for Tired Nto


In Warm Baths


N. k.; Ms' .Sendtor VrPO '
(heegenne. '1'V. D;lete leooem o d
and Alt-u. G~eDStGL LIesgeWres, qe C
lashnngieo, l e C., are among s :he01
proniinen ladies who lndorsem Fe-
runa.
Miss Helen Ro'ot., Kaikauna, ,Wis..
severall times n during the pant two
ye t'oinoroe my system has been greatly 0
,im need of a tonic, and t those ire s Pe-
runsa has been of gre, at help in building up
the mysteir. restoring my p etite and i Ie
curing reaiful sleep.' --I elen Rolof. *
Mins is Mriel Armilu.. 3 0 Greenwood
Ave.. Detroit. licwh.. li.arittt Oigani er
of the lit.1 o e.iTempinrl. of Taemireea : i
writes as follows:.4
r suffered rfr live y ar n witl ter in
irreg,.i" ies. which brought on hvsterin ...
rnd made me a physical week. I trieI
doctor from the I mii'ferent sehon' of med- I.erfet linhh en oy life aed hasu neither
icine, but without eny sperreptible chamags 511 =li, t'. :t 'nli, itln! t Per I n."- ,ucy
in n y coiditio In mi, y despair If6a "le h i .iley...... r
on wh -riet" who viorsed men to tlr it is tn ,longer a. question as to whether
u .h..i l p.lon..t# '-t prme o tatit l Peruoa cant be 'relien'.or. to cure all puh.





YsNEi RnS D YSePEPSIA REMED Y ;I
would ersist anud lak it .eoulaily.. a ea n. An .y years i. whic
ket t4111u 1r si oithi,..n a 1 e -ru,. hs been ;n-1 to test in all forms
falned ltrenatit .nd health, and. when-i51stages ofi- Ite sd chronic catarrh
,ad tme aIlft,,e, 1tte I ,omide,4 "vivaehl no one year ihs put this remedy to greater
e..i. cet.i... I an the .. ""f ... tat )ear
oenanrely l't el."-.Mt Am it grateful, aapIe "tf "-the women .who are suffering with
woman to-day."N. -ile, i uraelnArmiprt te. 'i t" r. eny -p ofmale weakness would write
ieis tALu cMliley, 3.Davenport. ,tto r. Hartman, L'olumbue, Ohio. amid give
"'o ,n li fI -N i1.: hinli a ..omlDet' aleecription of iteir mymp-
"I4-wisll to add my indorsement to thow- tois and (lie peculiarities of their trouble.,
sahn(Id cf other women wiho hn,e-bIie aelie will iinmendiately reply with Complete
cured trhroth the in:* of iPerunnn. I suf-,-diierttons for Ireatnieul, free of c)Nrg.i
fared rdr live-) s-nis wit. severe-# t(kache. Address iDr. Illrtunan, Pres rit. of
and-when-weariet' or worried ini the least-- Th. IHar-tmanS anitarium. Counsnbue,
A1 Iiad proloiged. headaiche. I atn now-illn (lhIo..


TYNER'S DYSPEPSIA REMEDY ---.,. I
rRZRBOOKLET. Writeeox ta..,.lll.lninl. (I. .,ASK YO V l DRlUGIQ T.T


Enirs ~


ANI ALL KIM


write 48e'for c"Mlog2


Tm'.4
me. j


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'! 7i 1 1 1" L.


And gentle anointi"
with CUTICUIT
Ofnttnent, the great $
Cuv., and purest l
sweetest of em-oliJ
Itmens instant relief
refreshing sleep for'
tured,.disfigured, it
and burning babies,.
rest for tired, frett
mothers, when all eU
fails. .e' *"


swlaSd Or e Ow narumws" I."A.-,,.

MALSBY &
41 S tulk Fersytll St., Iti ''










vAhsTwIce-A-Welt Star I.


D. B. GODWIN.
Edltor and Proprietor.

l1ed April 28. li1n3, it Gainesville,
,4 econd-clBss iantter, under Act of
of March 3,187. 7.

Ished every Tuemdia and Friday,
,00a year In advance
S 50 Cents for Six Montha,
S s5 Cents for Three Months.

". ADVEaTIsIrro RAT r.
t1l Readers in revere type. 5 cents
Ulftht.e .r elch insertion.
Mpef or display advertisements priced
P MplslIcation.

.a editor Is not responsible for the
W of correspondents or others con.
lting to his columns.
0-
-- -----
FOR THE NEXT PRIMARY.
Put a croas X mark before the
lame of your choice. If you want
0 vote for the people's candidates.
mark your ticket as indicated below.:
F'For United States Senator.
VOte for one.
,.X JOHN N. C. STOCKTON.
JAMES P. TALIAFERRO
R' Representative in Congress,
"-cond CongreBsional District.
,te for one.
f. ,. BARRS.
M*RANK CLARK.


ie r one.
NAPOLEON B. BROWARD
ROBT. W. DAVIS.


"peak no ill of the dead-unless
an engineer. Then lay the
Son him-New York Mail, .

i; e*chacnge says: "Never tell
20yA u love the ground she
h unless ahe owns the land.

drunkard Is unfit for the gub-
torial chair, or any* other
n of trust-Tallahlassee Daily

her Hilson, of the Daily Cap-
"tsas probably been talking in
ep. He says a man's wife
ia every word he says-when
t.tks in his slee p.

mocratic voters of the Second
aIeqoual District can not af-
.send a Republican to Cong-
so they should vote for Barrs
hereby keep Cheny out.
'I.;;


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A:'


The


HON. J. M. BARiRS,
People's Friend and Caudidate for Congress-Second
District.


Vote fur lhimi, aid lIlns el-'ct as your Collitt.- .tii'in a ittan1 wIhIt is
opposed by every corporation tiott-.est in the Sute. iamil ihonuied by
every uinn who admires hone..sty nmil ability and has watched his work.
Vote for Barrs, the man who compelled corporations in Duval county to
pay something like their just proportion of taxes. We need Barrs ini
Congress.


VOT
Democratic
look here!
dther paper
by the repu
is piling u
little strip
coast of the
of Ploridal i
i putting nc
benefit the
Stockton -
second prim
got more v
first primary
ate urging
over Broa
Broward go
primary thai
Mr. DaVi
only five cot
Duval, Pu


Jas. E. Alexander whooped majorities
f~r Davis in the first primary,. majoritiFayes it
Wls he saw what corrupt in- LaFayette,
were behind "Our Bob" Taylor. H
replnted, and is now supporting combinedtes a
,'. sd. Hernando c
', A gentleman who was in Gaints- single vote
; TlleTuesday said: "I travel several all of his opl
fes in South Florida, and I It is a ali
asl ure you that there is a strong Davis did n
rapidly growing Stockton senti. any county
iut in those counties, which Mr.
., Railroad r
'4' "Stockton and Barrs didn't do now suing
66h out our way in the first pri- acres of lan
m" said a gentleman from the caused of be
Rnd Wednesday, "but they to havc the
barely coming it now, and Bro- able to supp
Si sure to run a head of Davis Millionaire
ir precinct." nate who

ltnebody who didn't mean what acres of t
P 'd has declared that Broward people of
tdai't run the governor's office hundreds of
h should get it. If Broward tan attempt t
At tun a thing about the size of and Clark e
,g"oernorls offl-e we would Vot er, th
a to sed the nma who can. then vote fc
ne people a
gentleman who travels iu South and those w
Ida says he,naw a Republican
ahe train a few days ago dis- CLi
tlag Tallaferro campaign but. A few da'
ut what o.f that? Don't apu hed
tpublican furnish the "dough"' to published i
several of the papers which are Olark to su
r it allaferro? right to get

Its saloon section, and other should hebe
centers in Jacksonville gave General, w
erro, Davis and Clark ,in ma- CoQNUtutiol
over Stockton, Browaird and advisor of
!In the first primary. Saloon- Clark refuse
i and other law-breakers are submitted
to Stockton, Broward and anRt contln
they have no kick to th* po1tl1
.0t Taliaferro, Davis and though ma
Stlbis? -Let -honest interested
.k aith.. why it is that Governor
*beds t crii.m*1tbI strong certificate
tf the th ; date0 be elected,
S, +, would restl
;baev been asked ArW Washingtlo
H against Broward of Mr.
,ing published t .dat.
e tropolis. and oth* tA lt
ro were .. not..


or ute the:
and-btoh


ERS LOOK HEREI WAS BOB A SOLDIER?
ic voters of Florida, We are often asked the question,
The Times-Union, and "Was R W. Davisn soldier?" We
s owned and controlled will state the following facts, and
blican millionaire, who let our questioner. draw their own
p immense wealth on a conclusion:
of land on the eastern Davis was orn M;rch 5, 1849)
State, where thout iaid.s ld w-i. t' re-:fore. it ye,,s. I
us w ill nete.- see it. lbut tno lt11 : t111 1 l nv' i, ,.:t Ih .1 [,.
(t a dollar wheie it will surrendered i C ( iGrit Ii in,,,, ills
people in general, says claim that Ie e:tved If1 t .fts ,tS a
should not run ill the soldier. Or r re. s1:1 c.n jL.i-,e
nary because Taliaferto lor tllthenelves as to whether. Mr.
votes than lie got il tle i)avis was-,erving in the Confeder-
y. But the same papers ate ariy at the tetder age of twelve
the election of Davis years.
ward, notwithstanding Mr. ivis a"nd his supporters
t more votes in the first have beeii asked what Lcamp of U.
in Davis got. C. V., he belongs to, etc., b1it the
is recei, ed majoritie question has iit listen answered.
Is r~ce.'ed miajoritis in The suppsition now is that all,
unties, as fpllows Dade sppisitio o is that al
n ,St.Johnso'a of the talk that has heeun itldulged
ttnam, St. Johns antd ii ohttit .I r. D aVi's gallatut ,,sevice
Mr. Broward also got inaer.Ctiear vi ('sa.. was service
n five cotinties- Calhoun, campaign nder i. e icr a- 11 .wSiay oldy
I rty .o aud campaign 1i1111im er will ilny old
i lerty, Monroe m Confedcrnie \.i t.tiaiis art- hlth to
e also got just as nan a e hievet that Vh,' i- s."t' yankee
I the other candidates
i.;. tini powder


In Olay county, and in
*outnty lie lacked but n
of getting as itiiny as
pnmient.s together.
gnificaut fact that Mr.
not receive a majority in
y save those through
Flngler's East Coa-t
uns. That railroad is
the State for 2.040,000
id, and Mr. Davis is ac-
'ing willing for the road
land. Is it not reason.
pose that the Republican
Standard Oil trust mag-
il suing for 2,040,000
uid that belongs to the
Florida is not spending
t thousands of dollars itn
o have Tallaferro, Davis
elected all just for fun?
ink of these things, and
)r the best interests of
of Florida who live now,
rho-must live hereafter.

ARK REPUSBD.
ysago Hon. J.. M. Barrs
in the Jacksonville Me-
challage to lion. Frank
bmit the question of his
a certificate of election,
e elected to the Attorney
iho is, by virtue of the
o of the State, the legal
the State officers. Mr.
ed to allow the question
to the proper authority,
ues to push his claim to
lon of Congressman,
any prominent and dis-
lawyers affirm that the
can not give Clark a
of election -if be should
and that his, election
lt. 1 a terrible content in
a and the probable seat.
Cheny, the .epubliUan
for Congrea. Voters
,k before thbi y vote for
-he h4 'a4 aoI cse
1 will1g t#taubtbA the
~,t ... y Genera.l


\Vi- take our hnt off t J,,sephius
.I itulicls; editouli of t lie R ileigih( N.
C.) News and Obs.rver, who say's
lie will rot in jail before lie will pay
a $2,000 fiine on a cli.rge ot cotn-
t-mInpt. Judge Purnelr, of the Unit-
ed- States court had appointed a
friend of his receiver of llie Atlantic
North Carolina railroad and as the
State owviis two-thirds of the round,
uutd %%as opposed to the appointment
of a receiverL--the act being unnec-
essary--ditor Daniels criticised
the judge's action, and was fined for
it. Daniels refuses to pay a cent,
and the people are with hint. The
judge will probably find that Unit-
ed States judges are only men,
after all.

The Davis folks are getting very
uneasy. They are going up in old
Georgia to learn something about
Bob's lineage, and then publishing
it in Florida. Better be careful,
boys; we heard a prominent pracher
say recently that it is dangerous for
people to try to trace their ancestry
further back than grand parents.
Don't handle your fruit basket too
roughly unless you know there are
no over-ripe eggs in it. And be
careful how you crawl into a hol-
low log alter a nice fat 'possum un-
less you are sure that no rattlesnakes
a e in' the hollow.

The Metropolis charges $1 an
inch for every line that it publishes
in favor of Broward. The Times
Union absolutely reftwes to publish
anything for him at auy price.
The Times-Union don't need
money; Flagler has plenty of it,
and would give a million of dollars
to have Stockton, Broward and
Barra defeated, and Taliaferro,
Davis and Clark elected. Demo-
cats, can you vote for the Times-
Union's candidates, and feel right
about it?.

Voters should not expect Stock-.
Aon, Broward atad Bair, t: tWtwe,
i~W??* -W *.II1!f^ .^^^'?"^


In ain '. a 'l I C- 1 ',.CI I, i
,ing up-to-dat e' Shoces ti ,r Men.
W mien and Childr.-n, at popuir
prices and of the best mak.es.

We call


t


Lu


? Particular attentio to the Ladies
"Brockport" aind Mens"AllAmer- $
ea" and "Walk Over" grades.-

J. D. Matheson,

* 1hoe and Leatlei 0to0 e. IBinPVille, FI2. $
4t
404245t9~$3 95i~.*aaa ci~p'w^o^n f~-A^*' *r4~


Try l.agan's market for lest ments. W 'e do not blaieic Mays for silp-
J. I'. Biiicli retrlinie.I ist .ai'terinooll porting Davi'i. It wi1s fillt natural
f. iun Jackhonville., %lere he lan I li.eii n Ion r himll to do ,(so I I supportedd IMr
*'If l 111 it chiplev. Ib vice pr, S.iln' if I"hV
., i< e-ltey, rM o rr ss.ll I. & N. Ri lr,,.,. ,- n. i :1 S i ,i
Mrs. fulr Moodly rem rni-l a few days I 1 w'll l1,. 'v F 1 I 1' Ill"
'ran m High Spriing, whlie sih e visited SOn M .\ *i w k iw t .
Sr sister, Mrs Perry poratioll Il.tutl, lIut '\- dii nol tliink
&A. B. SUnmions of Bell, is in the city. It of Brovwn. llea-teti pitIy liil,
I e says Iroward is leading l)avis in that
s-t:tioti of the county. I.udepende.nce Thaid Count..
JF. udson, of North G(ainesville. After all. It I the Iidependence thit
11 s returned' from a trip to Culw. anei lie counts rather thaln either the w'wlth
s ivs that i% a greRt coiintrv. or their overly. Tlhe slmpapcily of
S.ee r. Ilarry Leo Jnr/is's car in tlis standing for Just what one Is. without
SeDr. lrry Lea jnrsh c..rd hi tllrs or prehee, burden of
issue, and when you need the services of fret anir tetyind litsve tle usplirIt
a first class dentist call on him, free.--Wellspritng.
A. U. Hilteary, candidate for the Legis-
lature was in the city Wednesdny from i Too i'aumillr.
his home on the Suwannee river. o t1 .ra ye(t.toli t it--y Jantne or-
C, W. Chase of the Dutton Phosphate ror. that you ielhin my linaband's
Company, returned yesterday from a clotlhet and your owu' with the same


business trip to New Volk. brialh. I must strictly prohibit any
Wor, is progress.ig nicely oa P1hifer ch farmilliarlites for boe future.-Fronm
Brother's fine lirick I)tildiniig. iind other the German.
trick buildings inow gingi up iu the city. >4 .X3S'X1(*" t+% t*X+X+'1
l'hIe hI. tat w i iila iSeln mt y ,t il .ir







ulitleilt people t Ito ispie i whlue in Jack- Q Mqitt (0ntthill
t i l le .t lw l l lI l ii t .-'. r t h a p w t i t 'o r 0








The Baptist Witness ,.I utllern TfIe Ce.e.rate.dt New -I Uiy
l apjist, both pIubllhiel in lacksonville, I O I I
live been cansolodatIed, we 1o nIot know L
Insider wi iat inae. We.ill ville't Gainesville



The frieitds of Mrs. \V. i.. li., who T hlitrsuitv 1t i l rnlayi
has been sojoiriing at White Springs for J 23 and 24.
a few weeks, will lie k dclgliltedr td lNern -. y
hat he Baptist i iprovig ulcele, a teosidi 2 la1s otl- -)itc


ha. L. Tiansoloded, a proinent yol on Brown House (Parlor

trti ,tn W'illforl a trameedactlng ^ EXAMINATION FREE,
tle tar office ane. appreciated visit.. itGainesville,
TMesdarmes T. fA ll.s, W. U. 1'oe, V lleTI thltlyol ridng tiMe tear
T. w. tas na.l the latiers daughter, GAISoATTION GUARANTEED.
.Allah Cirtir have returtied from a pleas- hligh Springs,, S.aturttay. June 25.
ha obeeini at Whie Spriat gs. They re- fo Neberrr, londay, Jn nd 27.
pothat she is irov in excellent canositioivn. iely 4 Sv l-+*-)ce
pOrL the lpr11g iu excellent caluiltioni. '% k%,% 4 @%% % %


A lI.tre mlitler of peol)ple. ol,., young
tnld middle aged, went o thie excuirslou
from this ciLy to the Siulay School pic.
nic at Cedar Key today. The varions
Sunday ISchool in the city were repre-
senLed.
-Have you seen our lines orf low shoes,
we have the greatest values you ever
ITeard of, come in and try on a pair and
3 ou will be convinced that our Shoe De-
partment is the place to buy shoes for
city wear, for counlrv wear, for Worhl's
Fair and for travel. L. C. Smith.


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'I'linme No. 97.


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rId Coffin Company,

1HE MAPCH
OF IMPROVEMENT
I: roit'twtliito btIad to keep pare with lut
our fiacili its nte iquial to all denantl.,
SMiether on t uLilt to build one. house ,r
03 e 4 1 /. t. Yoto ret on lia- right round ft,
the tilIt kitl if luntilemr "hlien 3yt(uCOle
our way.v 'x' ''eIt in al1l kimld of liuili.
i,tii Mu a.rii. fi.r u sitide anda 'inside fini.al
ti. complete n.y d selling, hotel, stote or
factor Tell Its our wants. We will
,1( 1the st.


IHE GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY.


~V M Frank Emltarl'


CANDIDATE
FOR
CONGRESS
FROM THE

Second Disrtrict

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


ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:


Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax.


Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Duty on Egyptian Cotton.


Rural Mail Delivery.
Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.
Military Park at Olustee.
0#c- W o 'r, w rr" ,..- "-rfW'i'" 1W


ESTABLISHED 1869.

H. F DUTTON & CO.,


Cotton Department, QAINESVILLP,


Higher t price paid for ea I land Cottoq

In Seed or Lint, Lanrge or Small Quantities.
Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida

Planting Seed.


Choice of Two Through


ii Ii.


Car Lines


----TO---

ST. LOUIS, MO.
--VIA--


CIIRI.sTotIllI:R N M.ATI.-,N. Atlantic Coast Line.
A-rn t I'' a i


e hcallve received a i m- ca.nlittle -t ori Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through Atlanta
let called "Perfection int Ginning Sea Is- (Fainille, Floriii. and Chattanooga.
land Cottou." It pictures and descFibes iicei itillr'. IO.iv I", .n and 0hatta ga.
the "James Doig'Improved Englitsh Sea Routnd Trip Rates From Oainesvllle
Island Cotton Gin," andt gives many testi-
monial, inpraiseofit front ntet who have R)I. IARV 14I I'. 4 0 $3- 8
used It. If you get a copy keep it for jil't II36 0.I,..,. P I $ O
future refeeuce lorcelHin Itii.,iy wa,, i and the Igila () .e I ,le nil. (;(ood till Deceln- ()On sale daily. Good sixty days.
County Superintendent. tion of teeth spetialtics. O)tice in Mil- her 2.'.
1 hereby announce nayelf a candidate ler's Law zxchiange, witll Dr. (;. B. 3
for the office of Supeiintendendent of iso ainesville F 2Q 65-2 .35
Public Instruction of Alachua county, 2 .n. iesvile, a.65
subject to the action of the DIemocratic Oni sade May 1 anid 81. Good t'-i
Primary, andti respectfully aolicit the sup- T ()it sale daily Good fifteen days. days ad i coaches oty.
port of all democratic voters. I d r r or s an in coaches only.
Respectfully, r IsN S For rese rvations al information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write
J. G. our Chickens Address: IFR1ANK C BOViLSTON, Coni'l Agt., W. D. STARK, TraV. PasM. Agt.
J. G. Klt.l.USu. Your Chuickeu~s, I:ggs, 138 W. itay St., Astor Building, Jacksonville, Fla

County Superntndent. vegetables, nnd i fct all II. -. l:MHRSON. Traf. Mgr.,w W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pmco. Agt.,
I aml a candidate for the office of Su-1 kids of Country Pro- Wilmington, N. L. Wiunglm ton, N. C.
erintendent of Public Intstruction of uce.
Aachtia county, subject to the action ofl
the Democratic primary, antt solicit tie |
support of Dewocraticvpters. Ifelected, VVW E P AY G ainesv lle &
thecho ,, et PAY Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
I wilt favor retrenchment and the ipay C
nient of the school debt. Highest. Prices for Coin. Tm i i I. tt July 1903.
J. I.. KRI.I.tV. try Produce and fell y 5


Legislature.
Solicited by many friends, I announce
myself a candidate for Representative
from Mlachua 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 influ-
ence for the enactment of a vagratnt law
similar to that now ii force In ti brgia.
which has done so much to solve the
labor problem in that State.
A. U. HI1.LKARV.
LegIslature.
Democratic voters of Alacbha- county:
I respectfully announce myself a candi-
date for the Legislature and solicit your
suppo6L I will abide by the action of
the pflky. YVouas truly,
J. A RossoROucn..
County Commiaaloner.
I hereby announce my candidacy fori
County Comnnutaioner from District No.
4, subject to the primary, and solicit the
duppott of the DeuMocratic voters of the
ditsdlet, ledtigm an economical and in-.
paital adminishtation of the affair of
So e if elected. A. A.
A.RA. A tcRA1.
County Comigs1sloner,. -
At ithe earnemt solictati of iany
Jl t hereby asnaetoU mysll' a eau-

ba jeX


Cheap as the Cheapest.

CALL ON
Us when you want Sta-
ple and Fancy Groceries.
8a1rGive us a Trial.
GAINE5VILLE GROCERY CO.
Uanesville. Fla


T. F. Thomas'


Undertaking


SCompany.




Personal attention to all
matters In this line. MaOl
ane telegraphph aordem
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