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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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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A 5:Pl.hN'ilt !eCllE li
Mr. Davies tier.: n The Interest ol
Information Umreau
Itr. 4 diaries Onvies, of Jacksonville,
than wtouli probably no nima, in the State
lis a \i.l-er acqua iltaila e, was. in the.
city vestnflay trying to interest the
Board of Traiin and our citizens geqeralty
in one of the best adlvertiiiig schemes
-that any town 1in the Slat has: yet struck
upon. .
Mr. Davies will conduct in Jackson-
ville-tlie gateway into Florida-san in-
forniation bureau, and rightat the- depot
will be all the information that any in-
telligenit person, though he or she may
be a perfect stranger, may need to get
to any point in Florida the nearest and


S cheapest way, and to learn before ioing,
Thefuneal of. Mr. Johnli M. Taylor, the nature ol the .place they are going
rmerly ofthias city but at the time of to For instance, if a- person should
Isdeath of Bayport, was held from the come from anywhere- in the world to
first Bapdiat Church, this city Saturday Jacksonville, and want information 'con-
ternoo0 at 3 o'clock, The funeral was certiiug Gainesville, without even leay-
ttducted by Rev. S. B. Rogers, pastor ing the depot be.could learn that Gaines-
Ethe Baptist church, assisted by Rev; ville could be reached via either A C. IL.,
P. Hay, pastor of. the Presb3tetian S A. L., or G. G. railroad and the exact
purch, and waso- attended by a large number of iniles it is from Jacksonville
lumber of relatives and friends of the by either route, the number of. people It
eoeased. contains, and much other information.
Mr. Taylor was a native of Sumter, S. Mr. Davies did good service for Orlan
, and was about sixty-two years of age. Ido. andl other Florida towns last winter,
lie had been an honored citizen of atnd Gainesville should have him serving
lorida for many years, and was well her in the future. Fifty dollors spent
nd favorably known by thou.-aniis of ith Mr. l avies nightlbring many thous-
eople in Florida, as well as u:any li and-l to Gainesvilleand Alachua county.
their sates.
His death was sudden -cauelsel by i About The Way It Ures..
estion of the. liver-aud caused dv-l, A
arrow In many places. Hlie was well A ontenimporary says: The Massi-
nown and highly esteemed in lhioks clhusetts Agricultural College recently
Ille, and when his retnaius irr .ci I graduatel a class of twenty young uien.
here from liyport every litis ness houtit. I<(nquirv ntioiig the graduates with re-
m the town was closed as a mark oi- it..i pelt i, the lines of endeavor they pro-
peelt to his memory. Imsedl to take up, ileveloped the fact that
In this city the remains were tarriel. not mie of them will become a fanrner.
Stlie home of hisson, MN1. WV. 1; 'alsr, Iitlral w ill study medicine, one will
i their arrival here, andt Ihiere rc inaiiile'I ii' 1% law, '~. "e. ~ will take up cliemistry,
nmil taken to the church Saturla aifterI "- r three will study for degrees in en -
oon. The tunteral was latlenmil Sis" ie initIngy. several will become teachers
ilasois, and other frateriml orl.r, ,I m,' niilture ill a tiersltates, one to enter
lhich deceased was an lionitfl Ii ciil,-r.,the iholeisale grocery business, two will
m1id after the services at tl he i hit1,e I, itne I.lamiscape architects, etc. But of
S ere e tI t ny, mntl onle was even inclined to
elin lls were followed I t t n e i iier ind ake nac of
piiitary by o e on thll liigt-1 n ii l hii I i,.ier s ll ake is of
o- oiosev el ii .11 ,Li n.,wlelger he had acquired in lthe
,s there laid to rest ly l,,v.,4 h,.i. l,-. I-i.. er' co llege. And thal iS
ls there l aidn to r etiyre -niic,.- .i0 n in t t 1,. 'i) I gies i 'iost agricultural
li sides a criefrstrie c tiif,-. lii


lor left to mourn his in I l 1.i I.
auay two brotliers, H-lon. R I- ', i I
jni Mr. Richard Taylor, Buyport; hi,. .
teri; Mesdaumes Crane isii'l Ani-.-- ..
llaimpton, Va,. and Mrs. l ,.rn it 1I ,- .-
Wahilo, and four children, Mr ''. It
Taylor, this city; Mr. Gilbert Inyl.,r
Troy, Ala.; Mr. Geo. l'aylor, Jacn.-l.ii
ville, Fla and Mrs. Chainddock, wh.,i i
sides in P'ensylvaiia.
rihe sons were all present at Ill.- Innllir
at
The bereaved relatives haLve thl- -,mi
cere symnpathyof many sorrowving irn n-
of the departed good huslh.imll, flthier
anil friend.

Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterlan
in next Sunday night the liaptisti,
Methodist and Presbyterianh churches
will again begin their delightftil il,
huppy custom of holding union ser viets-
at night, and will continue until Oct6bner.
The services as arranged will be as fol-
lows. -
July 3. at Baptist church, Rev. T. I'.
llay, of the Presbyterian church.
July lo. at Methodist church, Rev. S.
Ii. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
July 17, at Presbyterian church, Rev.
W J. Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
July 24,-at Baptist church, Rev. W. I.
Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
hly 31, at Methodist church, Rev. T.
P. ilay. of the Presbyterian church.
Augmist 7, at.Presbyterian church, Rev
S. IR. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
August 14, at Baptist- church, Rev. T.
P. Hay, of the'Presbyterian church.
August a21, at Methodist. church, Rev.
S. B. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
August 28, at Presbyterian church, Rev.
'VW. J. CarpePter, of the Methodist church.
September 4, at Baptist church, Rev. W.
J. Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
September It, at Methodist church,
Rev. T. P. Hay, of the Pepsbyterian
church.
September i,. at Presbytetian church,
Rev S. B. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
September 2a, at Baptist church, Rev.
T. I' Hay, of the FPrsbyterian church.

Married In umasvvUlle.
Thomas J. Wolfe left Monday for
Gailieavilie, where, so it was reported
here, he went to wed' Miss Florence
Dyess, the ceremony to occur at the
howae of the latter's sift, on Wednes-
day. June a2.
Mr. Wolfe is setdo, ffaaua for the
Seaboard Air Une railed, aid this 6i
his second ventnm ilsa .ahliesiy-
M issDyeeseS th
School hera dai eght
term Just clos~. fuieids
while here.- .!t' es.
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Ior .Selling IJquor.
I,. nli t ,i, ulT I. ('. 'Valker of Bell,
Stin,- ii ti ,t- ,-it3 yeslteri.Iy with a pritoni-
1 inin,.- hlinr.es I'ra.ler, wvlio i charged
%il' I, lihug hiskey i it a ry counlity.
I ii- ith t 1 ra/ier came over Io Bell
in-,i I.'i li ,l l n county\ and there pro-
.1., h i, ,i-I-, e l Itis !iquoirs anid wits
s i. i I i i I -n til L.iken into custody
In r )lit.er atlk -r.
Tli- It I ti- l.n.iIL \:iilve, I xalii n i station be-
Ii,-i Jlinil .'.,1,1), a-ii l gave bloiid to
.it. ml lli. i. tionil the next grand jury.
Wt. ;in- lit i.ilfrisei' as to the exact
ii.iatlt L of ht \v rvieliice against Frazier,
l.ii. I t i.tl-I t I ni mnil:intil and conclusive.


Tbe Lisan iln Oune's Pin.
Sqliurt or sntiilliut4l fingers In the
SvIenc of pullullist y denote the philo-
soplical and ri-prI tlcil temperament.
taper fingers Algnrlfy alnl nrtlttic tem-
peraineiet aud very pointed digits are
a sure sigli of the dreamny, psychicSl
nature. Much Ii learned hy the general
quality and conliguratiou of the line
which cross the latter. The Ufe line
running around the base of the thumb
denotes long or short life, good or Uill
health, according as It is long or abort.
clear and unbroken or otherwise. The
heart line. running across the palm
earelt the lbase of the fingers, sig-
nifies tihe quality of the posseasor's
emotional nature, also the kind of love
she will give and receive. This will be
enduring or temporary according to
whether the line be long and clear.
workedd or crossed and chained, Below
this In the head line, which Indicates
the mental aud moral quallttee- and

achievement and deficiencie.
The lIne of fate runs perpendicularly
across the middle of the palm and la a
very Important factor In the happlnesa
or unhappiness of its owner. Itashould
be clear and narrow, unchained and
uncrossed, by tbe fine wrinkles which
score so many palms, and It should
harer come to an end on the line of the
heart, since this signifies disappoint-
ment In love. A cross on tihe "mount of
Mercury," which IN Just at the base
of the fore or index finger, is an unfafl-
Ing sign of a happy marriage.

Iovell obrletr We*st.
To certain whether a man waS
drunk or sober a Dublin doctor made
him hop twelve feet on the right foot
and the same distance on the left and
then stand on one leg for seven see-
Sonds and the. other leg for four Sec
OndA. The man stood the test and tme
maglstrats accepted It as pitof Of hi
obtliety.-London Mail.

A New Compeay.
A new uadertakinfg cfpMwy has bets
otpgaised ito hWis city. The members of
the aim a0 Robert McClellan, the old
rlable audetalker, end W. I. Thoma.
The comapmny wit) do business under
kfs ag. I M riX s-ed tsapiece it ofbadness
...w b 91 d r ..e- A R lu.,
w'till bse edc sat ttkiWs homs'

SSIo e oing ges ud.raking
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HEFIUNERAL OF

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VARIOUS

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At the fI-o
this city th
plenty- to d

amients, raci
skill, parade
%'n dry land
Japanese. B
meant, dispina
gram will b1

8:30 a. au.
net Band will
9:00 a. m.
Knights in
yards.. Filte
miles per ho
may ride th
who gets the
who geta the


9:3oa.m. The Cake Walk. The curred which may render Mr. Davis a
couples taking part in this contest will cripple for 111fe. It seems that the men
prance in front of the judges on the band had dynamite in the boat, presumably for
stand. The best prancers will get $5. 'the purpose of killing seh., when in some
The second best will get $2.5o. way it -exploded, and so mangled and
o an.m. Games. Sack Race-Go as lacerated Mr, Davis' right foot that it is
you please, any gait allowed. Jump, thought amputation will be necessary.
crawl, roll, tumble. Any old way. Win-. This is the third time during the past
tier gets $a. Second Oz. Foot Race-roo few years that fishing with dynamite in
yard dash. Winner, $3. Second $lz.o. the Santa Fe near High Springs has
Climibiug the Greased Pole.--2,5o on caused a man to be made a cripple
top. The one who climbs the pole and for life.
gets the money can uhve it. The poleI .. .
will be well grased. Anyone can get it,
if he don't slip. Catching the Greased Mr. W. 1'. Rice, of Sydney, was a vlsi-
Plg-The pig will be shaved and well tor to the city a few days ago.
greased and turned loose. The one who Mr. Phillip Miller is among the prom-
catches himu can have the pig and $2. No inent Gaineavile people who are now at
use to try if you are boyr-legged. 5o Wlt6t Sprngs,
Yard Dash -For colored boys under 1 Prof. j. Widemana, orf Tllabhaseq,
years. The course will be obstructed spent Sater .ay and Sunday with bis fam-
with hurdles, etc. Winner gets $a. See- Ily in tbi: criy.
oudgets $a. Mrs. Meo. W. anterlin and little
11:3o0 a ni-The Great RuMsianJapa- son of High spring, were hopping in
nese Naval Battle. The first gun will be the city Saturday
fired at 1t:3o. Admiral Kondratovitch o Saturday.
in command of the Russian squadron and Hon. 0. M. Tills" a of Rex who is
Admiral Kuroki in command of the one of the nomnhses for the Legislature,
Japanese fleet. This battle will be fought w ithe city Frid'. -
to a finish, no quarters asked or given. Sixty-five Gaineaish people visited
The Gaineaville Fire Department will un- White springs St ndigr. All but a' few
pire this fight, and there is going to be returned Sunday alght.
something doing. This battle will settle Miss Church. a trained nurse from
the war in the last. Jacksonville, ip hre attending Mrs. W.
12a30. p m.-Merchantsa Carnival Pa- B. Phiflr, whilo quIs te ill.
rade. Beautiful decorated chariots, S. L. Turner,. valued Ptar satmcriber
floats, carriages,-horses, ate. $ for the at Nettl*s wae in the city Saturday ,
most appropriate float. Sto for the best and pROM mn. asgreable visit.
decorated carriage. ik. '.- bb rture om
2:30 p. in.-The fHonorable Christo- U046IL &SClamh has returned fomz
ph:3oer MatheoTheof Gainvie, will e g where he wentas a delegate to
liver, from the band stand, a regular old, ptbal. National Convention,
fashioned Pourth of July oration. N. W. Littlefeld, of t~e H. y. Dutton
3:3o p. m.--Baseball at the BaU eak. & Co., l.tton department, has rettered
The Starke Champions and lh iii- fanal a hbulassea tidp to polna ai Georgia.
ville ball teams will play (r a ,duteof. -*T. B.trlagfellow, of the peopinr
$25. This will be knawqeapalanottDiar wholesale gero y Ara atof triagallow
ease game. tBos., Ja onTfle, is ta i the aity o s
There will be m=eVA* all the time. **m11 ,
Plenty of poise, ireworkas and sll -that Miss Clem HaJsptop, Mr.. and Msw,
goes with a good old Fourth pf July cele-. ddnas, and Prods, A. Oranod sand M.
bration. Cheap rate on all ralUoada., H. DeLand,. left s. w daysaage foer t.
Loui .


Perry M. and Willis W. poison, of
Gainesville, were autographed at the
Faulkner bouse Monday night, going to
Hampton Springs Tuelday.-Perry
Herald.
Major J. 0. Andrews has returned
from New Orleans. When he left haree a
week or soago he expected to go to Cuba
before returning to Florida, but the Cuba
trip was postponed.
Mrs. R. F. Taylor and interesting little
daughter, Edith, of Brunswick, Ga., ate
guests of the former's father. Judge Ar-
now, our popular and esl.ient postmaster,
and other relatives In this city.


Mr. E. Pgat, an a.rpsIu g el.
ena of Alahiut, wash tin elty e rda
and had hii aismeiaddead to es' aebve
tion illt. "- -
HfOs. J. A. R3oswvpt, -s at the re.
cent ponsalnmeef tle Xle M ,ws t
the city Saturday Inhe b an*o 4
Windsor,
Capt A. U. BiDsOnN,. a post w ',1
man eonneated with toe e *$"
phawt Compny, wae lush-as .- fhyui-
day. rean Dalto,.
Shlaerif Fennel, M Pgan Fael.w t
Hampton and Lee Gnsmat*f r
stCCamp'rhle, the gmeef at ,tb
brother, Capt. JoAn .-., -


Tiy Pagan'a market for best mats. '
Capt. B. J. Potter was in the city Batur-
datiny from Tioga.
SI yeo wa ant to buy, rent or Null at


urnnA r BLOCK AIUNAL SYSTEn.
ILE IA U Atlantic Coast Line flaking Valu-
iUm able mnhprevesents.
Smhe Atlantic Coanst Line ban just. cuna-
ULte FOURTH p a complete sjateul of bluck bigi- I1
....... .. al service netweeu tichoudn asuSehlmia, a
Si p a distanceof 162 miles
,st Kind of a Time i owing to heavy travel i.etteei RocKy,
F.v pcted. u lot i to Cotittittil Cret ilawK itatt otn
wilt i c placed ev.nry itree- -wiles, while.
-- between Richmond andi Ria. Mount the
ilNDS AMUSEMENTS stations will be much father apart
R 1 N l A M U MEN In order to keep abrejat with evey-
-..... thing modern in railroad service the
Coast Liune has ins lled tbe new system
Hat, Pinty to Drink., at aconlderable expense and -will sln-
nty to See-The taln watchmen at a further and eonatiou
program ed outlsy. Butthe. safety of thi paten-
S. .., .gea.ija 9f the highest Importance to the
urIh of July celebration r ir and uthe block systeat was placed*'in
erc' will be plenty to est. serVice.
rink aud lots of fun The Under the block system only one trains
will consist of gaunes, iourn- each way can ttter the block at the
Ing, feats of strength and same time, tuas minimizing the danger
s and the great nvnal battle of an accident and -making collisiona
between the Russians. ant nearly impossible. -
lands of music, fire depart- in addition to the improvements noted,
y drfls. The following pro0- she C4ast LIP0 it n1ow lettnlg .o1trac
carried out to the letter: for the double tracking of the sections be-
ptoiAM'. tweesa Rocky Mount and Contentnea, a
The Gainesville Stiver Cor- distance of twenty miles. --4avantnah
1 parade the streets. Morning News, Junk i8, 19o4.
The Bicycle Tournament.
full costume. Course soo lajured By Dynaaipte.
en ring stations, Speed to saiuel Davis,. asa employ of the
ur. If the Knight Uves ha Atlantic Coast Line at High SprIngs, was
a course three times. He with another man in a little boat on the.
mot rin will get 5. He Santa Fe rivqr near High-Springs Friday
next number of rings $24o. afternoon, when a terrible accident ocC


S' AIR uowHtR.
Brooklyn, N. V., April 2a, '99. .
Dr. 8; If, O1ddings,
Dear Wfl'-PW 3lll you ki.nllv iiirorm me
byj returst maIif you cn11 aln !il '.r 5soc.
bottle of Ratl Oruwcr the lt'iilar.allu.r-l
(Tratle Mark) l it fo I will i-buil )ou
a poj.Istl unte for It'ml -. Ple-ne lii.ri *i
ite tie amount ol. poeuit iet ital l" It'
inilutd .. ,, I ,
When in l'lorittl tthe winter .of 1097
and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a oloe growth
of hair where it had beem entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once ore If I can get It.
VYours truly,


59 Hickas t. J. W; HAMSE.
State of loridla, .F
County of. Alachua, -. .
City of Gaines.ville.)
Personally appeared before the sub-
scriber a -Notary l'ublic, in and for the
State of Florida, at large, S. B. Giddiagp,
who being duly swurnl by ume deposes and
says that the above testimonial was seat
tohim by mail by J. W. llaynes, a man
whm.' be had never seen or heard of,
alo-tlhat he had no knowledge ot the
.mIL2W :vtshaving used or procured the
taitallehd .litr Grower, and as far as
he FtW' O ad Infineuce him to
Id t; a tVnph9 = '1s fever re-
ceived aSworn thio andg fueribad me
tSworn to and- @ub ibedtief"U l bwe tbal
1ath day of November, A. 0. i .
S. B. GIDDNo;M .,
M. RtVSL*
Nutary Public for the State of P aade
at large.
Sold by Dr. S. It. tGibhinga, Gainesviile,
and J. A. Stephens and the Postoffice
Drug Store, IIIgh Springs.


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Weekly Visit Begiln
July 14th-J6th
Thursday from a o'clock
To Friday at a o'i

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Saturday


Aflt:roon.


INtRAL LARGELY ATTENDED


ringer Citizen of Gainesville
-Died Suddenly at
"Bayport.


Ihullso-&e moyers. .I
JudiHe Horatio Davis is siendilng a]
while at White Sprhits. .
. H. e w ie was the ilv Sity iatul.nv.,
fr'om hiis homie at Rullelle. -
1'. M51, Ratisei waa in the city 3:ester-
day from his houte at Wacahoota, .
C. Hodges,- of 1igh Springa, spent
Suatiday'with his family in tite city.
Hon. Hamp Chlamnbers, of Ocala, traeis-
ac'ted busipueas in Gaiuesville Priday. ,
Juo. Reynold and -, McL; Grady. of
High Springs, were in the city yeakirday.
Hon. W.A. Stricliand, of Paradise, was
transacting btilluess in the city Saturday.
Geo. H. Gibbons, a prominent citlsens
of Alachun, was in Gatneavillo Saturday.
Major W. R. Thomas and family are
sojourning at White Springs for a few
days.
MrO, W. Lee Smith, and little son,
Donald, ,has returned from a visit to
oalsa.
Misa hBelle Delegql, of Da leiin, Ga., is
thaguest of her sister, Mrs. F. W. 'King-
this city.
Rev. Foster, the popular pastor of the
Baptlat churha8t Alachua, wan In the city
Saturday.
Any one wanting a well driven will
please call on H. D Lewis, North
Galaesville. 16 $t
Mias Ethel, the charminnj daughter of
Prof. and Mra. w. M. Holloway, will
visit Miss Winona Godwin at Rex for a
few days.
Mrs. W. B. Ellis rpturined a few days
ago from White Springs, where she spent
several weeks, and was much improved
in health.
A number of people are beginning to
leave the city for various summer resorts.
We who can't go away will now have
iiore room.
Miss Mary Crawford has gone to Farm-
ington, Ill., where she will spend the re-
mainder of the summer with relatives
and friends. .
Dr. E. B. Howell, of Newberry, was
transacting business in the citv yesterday,
and renewed pis subscription to the Star
for another year.
Miss Ella Osteen, of Wade, paseI
through the city Satutday eta .route to
Orange Springs to attend the s.sauMome
normal school at that place.
ailneaville's Fourth of July celebration
has beep well advertised, and bids fair to
be a grand affair. Do not fall to make
your arrangements to come
Miss Muril lttch, an attractive young
lady of High' Springs, after spending two
weeks here, the guest of Miss Ethel Hot.
loway returned to her home Friday. .'
Do not fall to attend the ufton services
at the First laptlat church next Sunday
night. Baptist, Metodistacd Presbyterilsn
memberahlpy will unite in the services.
If it Is Job printing you want uat send
your order to the Star. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
ill sulit you. tf
Deputy Sheriff Lvingaten, of New-
berr, came to the ity yesterday, and
bt!qght a priner. Mr. Livingston has
t t4 pqatid6nof being one of the best
4us the State,
a le McColakey, p claver young
'sent tries operator at Otter Creolh
ipet ritday night aislad saturday I tbhr
#ity. Altle nay OGalneallle Is olne f
the prettlept towns be ever saw.
Dr. W. C. fosMtop~ of Concdrd, N. 0.,
anid Mrs. I tidohlph Edfearn, of iMourAt-
i. Ce,, are ts te'lty, having been called -
to the bedald of.thelr if ltifw Me. W. L
PhilUa, wq .ta bli *ef ioatIy 111 fori
week or sarse.
'. J.-' S a ter, a powIent *Wfh

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BILL FOR PARTITION.
In the Circuit 'Cou'rt of the eighth Ju
diclal Circuit of the Slate of Flrida, in
andl for the County of Alachua. In
Chancery.
Florida I.nnd Compa-'
uy, Conplainant,
Vs.
Knickerbocker Trust .11Bill for 1'artition.
Company and James
K. Whittaker, Defeu-
dants. *
Upon motion of W. X. Baker, Solicitor
for the Florida Land Company, and it
appearing by affidavit filed In the above.
entitled cause that the defendant,
Kn ckerbocker Trust Company -and
James K. Whittaker, are not inhabitants
oh nor found within the State of Florida,
nor have .voluntarily entered their ap.
arance herein, and that the unleker.
locker Trust Coampay f4 r Wident aud
citizen of the tate of Ne Yorik 'lad re-
sides In the City of. New Yrt, there
having a principal e Ome, aand t Jamena
K. Wlittaker is a msadeAt and etben of
the State of New York and reside in the
city of New York, and lias a pla i4of bus-
at a West 36th Street, and to above
beM.age twenty-one efe; It is there-
lOfww41 len that Mald non-residest de.
fen aets, J ksokteur Trust Company
and James .Whtter, be and thby the
said Knickerbocker Trust Company and
James K. Whittaker are hereby ordered
and required to appear to the Bill of Com.
plaint filed in the said cause on or before
.- onday, the 4th day of July, A. D. 1904,
otherwise the allegptlona o61 said bill wtll
be taken s confessed by aMid defendants,
.It l Artfler ordered that thiq order be
pubtlised Oce a Wlee for tor -opsameo*
ive weklt In tie. Oiannesll Star', A.
newspaper published Inu aid Coonty iaad
State.
This May 3o, 9go4.
LINAL..I It. C. DutMoN, .
Clerk of the (ircuIltOourt.
By S. H. W"t i06;
tsate of Florida, ,I
Cbtity of Alacbua, .
Tbis la to certify that Itba A slt'' end
foreioing ia a correct cop ofpy I,
on le In tlia eofate, .
W .tn.. nsw Sum haMs asLmaitl .iAt t SA'-


TAX flED NOTICE. .
Notite of applesaton Ae Tan ,lb
der Section-a -Of ChapterW 4MW
F lorida. "
Notice is hefeby given tl.
Thomas purchase of
1Oi, dated the and day of
1900 hasu fled said eerttfiatet
asd has made applcatt1o for
it- in accordance with law |
tifiiembraces the following
property tuated in Alachua
ia. .4 Itc Lot 9, Block 7.,
add & oville. The
elg '. dt oft ie i
of (sOUR* of
demed according
issue thereon on II of f
Witness m official
this the 9th day of June, A. D. ,
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Clark Circult Court J asn lid
Plorida. Per B. H. WleNta~ I..
TAX DD NIN:OTIB.
Notice of application for Ta Deed '
der Section 1-of Chapter 4888, e s of
Florida. '.,
.Notice i hereby .iven thst, W.X ,m
Thoas, purchaser O etax ce M
76. date the 3thday .d %ttl-y1.M .
as fi d aaid certlait. in
has made application lbr t a
in aecordanee with hlaw,. Mat
embraces the following descri$w l
ty situated in Almac.,
to.wlt Lot to, Sltock e%
ditlon to Gainesville. Th e
ing assessed at the dateof the
sueh certIc te in the maine of Ain t
McIvlin, uneaa eaid certicaste ul .
redeemed according to law tax de
ituae thereon on theIL thl day of July, A
D. to".
Witness my official signature and faesi .
thit the 9tb day of Juqe, A. D. 1,. 4 V
_j H. C. Dawm i,
Clrt Circuit Court A. acbua ow .
Florida. Per S. I. Wiege., D.q
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S UOL1 LoL I ZI I Frant ,eoatu
..... Aimed at the South. ,
". W'. .
I,,I L r^r *~ *J.,f .i allowing arem mn fetitrp
,s ... of ihe republican adop at

the Ticket Put F ehpubicaias hicaseo et. : e '
"4.The republican aty entered pow
-in National Convention. tt preaept period of complete suprem-
acy in 1897. We have every right
to congrtulate ourselves upon the
Swore since then accomplished, for it
the choice of the convention. His hus added lustre even to the traditions
's l" -eelfatrsed anoth,-, O.ttatfit *a of thlleprfyf t lIl' rw tr goftirn.iint
C Ol U NANIMhoer of he flag. ,,,.. l... b e through the storms of the cLvl war.
When Senator 'FPbanlk had been we replaced a democratic tariff law,
Somlnated for Aite 'biresid-t there bisod on free trade prnedfplea and
l'u 1D ruo~n sr"-atrn nf Lo ud aW asno a1 inUt1if1 in the demonstra- garnished with sectional protetiton, by
I.D ii0 Strat kio8L O t lion. tUl 0-r e hoarse, but the eunstent protective tariffi and an-
SLOig lGeeted noise to the hole was just as nnan- dustry, freed from oppresblioa: and
101 -------------. ,. \ Imous' IL was in filling the first stlmulated by the .encouragement of
-01 O-f ,\ -l b^ icIos wise lawa, has expanded to a degree
S cenleit 1-n w .... --- pealtera seconding the noml- never before known.
"* ,i, nationtf Roosevelt were etor Be- W rny estabiihed the gold
n eridge, of Indiana, George C. Knight standard which was then menaced
.- -- of California, Harry Stilwell Edwards with destruction. Confidence return-
A icago special says: The wft, Georgia, e-Oovernor Bradley 9 ed to business and with confludence
Ar ceagno special ays: The swift, Kentucky, Joseph B. Cotton of .ict- ame an unexampled prosperity.
sture current of public opinion for the nesota, and Harry 8. Cummings, a co]- We refused to. -palte longer with
seeon4 time In the hj4toFy of the re- ored delegate from Maryland. Mr. the miseries of Cuba. We fought a
public .convent toAs Thdrsida result- Cannon Introuluced Cummings as "an qu!ck and victorious. war With SpAin.
ed in ihe selection of a national ticket AAnerican citizen whose people were We set Cuba free, governed the Islanid
without a dissenting voice. Thoodore brought from slavery forty years ago for three years and then 'gave It to
Roosivelbt1or pIees>dent and- Charles annd who lih.ve made more progress In thb Cuban people with order restored.
WV. FjiUrbanks f9" Nice president '-e- onl. generation than any race ever ample revenues, with education ans.
'cielvde every vote in the convention, made." public health established free from
S9U94. Cummings made friends by his re- debt and connected with the United
S Rerdl8ps oqt the fact that the nom- mark that he had been admonished to States, by the wise provisions for our
i aticieof ot0e had been assured for be'hbrief and intended to obey that mutual Interests.
ont and the oilier for days, the, advice. We have organized the government
|,. anno cement 9 t.ho choice was ac- A reas ovation was given Cummings of Porto t1ico and Its people now en-
," completed by a resottnding demon- ahe'olose after a few moments. Mr. Joy peace, freedom, order and pros-
itratliO, wh)S jtq pd .taq'- .a dl- Canhon then advanced to the front of perity.
datIe.universal popularity. The'chaer- ti* rostrum and at 1:01) announced In the Philippiney wp ave supprees-
ltr We nS I$tl knti0rW) ~.~t4.l1t ,tth roll call for nominations for pres- ed insurrection, established order and
t9.q l adth of the land and echoed by dent Every state announced for given to life and' property a security
t,4,Rlutflamt4 icrfetheeuiastle.inen .Roosevelt. which was followed by ap- never known there before
diNd1 radiant women assembled In the plause. Tne possession of a route for an
isl to witness the crowning foatt-ie Senator Fairbanks Named. IsthIntan canal, so long the dream of
Swell as the closo of, the. national Immediately after the nomination of American tsatesmanablp., is now an ac-
BoloVentibn that marks the semil-en- Mr. .IRoosevelt. Mr. Cannon announced: complished .act; the great work of
tenpinl o1' the republican party Int these "The clerk will call the roll for the connecting the Pacific and the Atlah.
Unte Statsa. I presentati". of candidates for vice tic oceans by a cnalt Is at last be-
No. eatlyp' ten thousand men and Dpteident." gun and by while republican party. We
w.womps ptrtlcpated in the tratflcation ISenator Dolliver nominated Senator 'have reorganized the army and put
of th,'rtwr.-pnogra.m, and the cosoe- Falrbanks, which was a signal for it in the highosb state of efficiency.
qaetftt eo.'cheerHla alnd hand-clapr obeerg. The nomination was e cond- We have passed laws for the Im-
Oing A cA'tehing; The band ota- Od by Senator Depew, Benator Iora* provement Shdt at ipport of tllitla.
Stini4 the gBrders of the 1ker, Governor Pennypacker of Penn' VWe hAve puiehed forward the build-
htll & ro j t e by the tulnultuous, sylvania, and Senator Carter of Mo1t ingk of a navy for the defense and
slhillneA d.oipnqunstratluin.. The roll call of states wts ails lUsed protection of our honor and interests.
-'WaMnsOove*nor Black, of New York, with and the nomination oft lalrbanks' Protection which guards and devdl-
t4lid sseoh nominating Theodore ma e.by. acqlamation, op our Industrles is a cardinal polly
uceedl hnifits presl- RAtBUM IOP TUSODAV'S AND WED. of the republican party. We Inalsst
ACzl. 'Atis i ty-nfiv -inn;tos the rt t' .. ESOAY'8 SESSIONS, on the maintenance of the principles
,ljige6told Its approbation bf the cOO-', oonventlon called to order TuesdaY of protection antntherdfore rates ol
'a bhotceQ. Thea namo of O aq -at Ineon by Acting Chairman Paye, duty should be re-adjusted only when
am fro every throe from tntse national committee. Ex-Secreo conditions have so changed that the
SYorkfel]latea paraded thedhall tary ex War llllhu Rloot was made tern- public Interest demands their iatera&
te "te tRhe top of their voices. porary- shairmatin and delivered the tiens, but this work cannot safely be
't atiegatlnt Joined the proces- "kyrntee" speech, which Will be used co0nmltted to any other hands than
daad-the wel prdeee b of half as a campaign document. those of the republican party.
f br.,baAefol was a. shifting i rAst, On Wednesday permanent orgaallza, We are always mindful'i of the
t mbAtla.ee of organization gone. tio was -perfected, with "Uncle Joe" country's debt to the soldiers and sail
W. Ila. the demonstration was at It. Cannon, speaker of the house of rep- ors of the United Stales and we be
,,'i ,at.an Cannon stepped io o regentativea, as chairman, and the lhevo it making ample provision for
tlg,ie jt N4',th'epitao. hie held in hIls m 0al business of the convention begun, them and In the liberal administration
ha t,,iom bloner which was waived Ion oaimlttee reports were presented and of the pension laws.
ut' Inrfsena Lincoln was norminatedl the platform read and adopted. Our great Interests and our growing
'" aad?'thfeh hal been used In every con- _to-- commerce In the Orient render the
I ti -,tl|' rncd.' The flag showed the: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. condjtiou of Chint, of high Importance
x riild taer of many similar con- i Born Octpber 27. 1s58. In New York to the United States.
opgt t enolo Joe" wavdd It vigoru-lei8 y. graduated -at Harvard Univer- We cordially commefd the policy
'] saa,1kept timen with his bodyR...Soon I aity, 8601 served in Now Yoqr legls- pursued in that direclon by the ad-
~te *hole, covent-ion was Swaying in Ilaer g18 s 63-84i chairman New York ministrations of President McKinley
d -et tipo i'eure The chairman tired, ;lelegaston to republican national cona and President Roosevelt.
.f. a ,li. e' el 'waa takenu b a youtitg ventlan, 1884; defeated as republican We favor sauh congressional action
*ho g dOt edthb flag staff firmly candidate for mayor of New Yorlc, ae shall debermnine whether by aspe-
SA o lMprdild with megaphone led 1886; United States civil service con- clai discrimination the elective fran-
t.;. yelling Hlie started the "Roose- missieoner, 1889-95; president board of chlse in any state has been uncot-
~ dt Raeveilr, Roosevelt," repeated police commissioners New York, 1898- stltutlonally limited, and If such Id the
Y've ibitipd oover again with the system d7; assistant secretary. of navy, 1897- .ase, we demjind that republicans In
a. tf a e6lge yell. It was taken up by 9O lieutenant colonel ahnd colonel ot congress andi in the electoral colleges
the 'throng, and the cry "Roosevelt" the First Voluhteers cavalry "Rough shall be proportionately reduce ars
'*roled over thoe I11 In volume so groat Riders" regiment in war with Spain, directed by tle constitution of the
tea u'so trrlflc that the screeching of a oi98; elected governor of Now York, United States.
huiqd steam whistles would have 1899; elected vice president of the Combinatlons ot capital and labor
bere'n dwarfed In comparison. [ji'ted tteles, 100; September, 14, are the results of the economic move-
;. Thdelegats In their aern to1901, eede t to 191 cee to the presidency on t cnt of the agu, but neither must
exhIit aSpproval of th o nomination no- death of William McKinley; nbrminat- be permitted to infringe upon the
.eeNd' thvety e signal for renewed ed for president by republican nation- rights and Interests of the people.
i. A little colored-boy ftrom at convontlun. 1904. Such combinations when lawfully
"j S1r'a,s and ,later a pretty little girl. -formed for lawful purposes are alike
.'.r'eme i-d. Ixa B dainty frock of white, SENATOR FAIRBANKS. entitled to ihe protection of the laws,
.'. We itiftegl to the platform and they Born May .11 near Unlovlllh Cenler, but both are subject to the laws autd
"..' $W ttaga with as much vigor as Ohio. 1S53; graunsteud (rom .Ohio Wes- neither can be permitted to break
!"-?Lh~bUilusty preceptor. Doyan University. Pelaware, Ohio, them.
Aer :lfthe croWd had yelled Itself 1872; reporter for Associated Press,.
Ioianse, It pormitedu the band to par- l18 Adi 4tr d to the 'Ohio tiltte br Twelve Caught In Debris.
tlptilptc in the demonstration .. an'. en*'19-i4 'to Miss -lrnTelIla An explosion, presumably of gaso-
t.'a- leader chose patriotic musical, Cuff esr7|i;J leuti 1ratitce of ghe law line, in the grocery store of W. U.
lSIhw fatilllnr words were taken up In taidlanapIIa, "1fr75 dJlectd the Reid Company at St. Louis. Wednea-
.ttetlnvention and aung with eat'- candidacy of.Wuitor Q. Gresham for day,, caused the collapse of the two-
espiaL Tho band changed lito rag- time repqftlilpptt a ltlop for. peal- story brick building and 'Injured 12
thf, and the convention found Lthat debt. A ttti 4x W 14 th' lutp- persons, none seriously.
eedlpg was better inied to the .mtsic. port or .rnatnUi hilaan, the party's
was no pause In the enthusl- nominee. 1888; was republican cau- JAPANESE PLAN ATTACK.
qi': MBeveral times Spoakeltr Cannon cus nominee for 1ited p tt sena- ---.
wiAfi 'bopt on the projection to the David Turple, atirnbrefC #'jwinrkyd Rusalank Learn That They Will As-
,lWrxi extending between rows of to commit the r0publicih P ikt-lin iJ' sault Kal Chou from Two Points.
P itM seaa and lifted ha hands for or- diana to the gold standard. Headed Accordltg to reports received at
Stder. The crowd thought he was lead- his atate delegation to the St. Lousll the Ruselan headquarters at Liao
1,t'Sa in the applause, and paid no at- convention *aqd was temporary .aair- Yang, the Japanese Intend to attack
t- titatbt. man of thdt'1ojy, 18 s' wsa'elected either Kal Obou or Ta Che Kiao from
SWhen from sheer exhaustion the to the. iulit.@ Btbet;. qepate. 1897; two side..
agrosg lessened Its tumult. Speaker member of the Joint high British- Their griles continue to advance


O <, in found his opportunity. Going Amterltqn commission, jq8S; secured touath and weot. The leading detach-
. to the very edgp of the platform he the paspace of a bill A"propriating oment of Qeneral Oku's army has ocru-
"gl and pounded the floor for order, $1j,00'() for the relief of Martinique pled. Senuehen and Japanese scouts
"W Ok h0e had waited the attention of sufferers 1902; re elected to the Unit- have appeared In the vicinity of Kal
convention he aoa0tln ceO4 that the ed States aethite, 1903; nominated for Ohou. Constant sairmitghing is In
-Ieis had been wayn|.ap. the na- vice president of the United States progress betwet thimen atnd the Cos-
l r flag waved when Lincoln was by the republican party, 2904. s1oks who are observing the move-
ments of the enemy.
,';ANDIT RAISULI OBDURATL.
S RAULi O URT MOODY'.T YJ 0O Q KNOX. GOVERNOR MAKES THREAT.
atlene for Release of His Pri "
,tentfre Not Yet Completed. Attorney General Slated to Retire Ohlef Executiva of WIacineon Saye. His
SNet t Comletedm *t -fro Ga t'ihin Few Days. FaatlonWI Bolt.
W ()on, cablId to the tat e bL i h sa w : Al- Governor LaTFllette, of Wisconsin,
t Tuesday Indicating that though Attorney OQneral Knot ry- says:
tloans for the release of fshes either to deny or to afftrm the "We are gokeg before a higher cour'.
slt Varley have not yet ateent t i II r hh and I do not care what the credentla.s
s aounroe that' It I" his IntenUon (o to. committee reported fn Chicago. The
|'tr ed Mth ,anD t b froe the cabint within the next ituatlon Is a t understood there and
.1 u QVseWpcd that lt-rple n Z.iTLWtq/2 IA" d10egates 1 di 4 ot want, to learn.
sll qu0 f.d of a guaramntoet'atei .'"Our cadmpaitgn l ready to go oA
ait< Bt c ..tt. 11a-Inl Sgal l, 1arrolved from a*d wire' Ar rdy to meet any move-
It't 4 t the atal t rtq' ma y make. u-
Whayed'tM f [ ir. 1 6% t Y$"PIG.
the re th*t AW o 6 wtth AMEMICAN IFSOMEN.
that Several efye is t.-i 'thateeveW .. l41^ *t h ltlO in ,t.IB Adjotrn at Ailsnta After' a Meet In-

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Orii ^str Meet rnan of swrl ,o -' Mad*, ,rok for stones my Pat-
.ta tr SGummer Seusion. a -ards at Po.1au-Prln-e.
lf (ta r ,jp S Titr'. itTn al mea- yhe foreign ofloc at, Parts hasr
to th eberaa u iy of B a c ed a dispatch from'M. Poprez, th
ORconAl'mZE In R BU l e* O as "t n minleter at .Port-an-Prince
OAIZEB Btherlowi I0so ,, W: ,TO
S l eiicall Your' tenonn tlndfn1vite latl, saying thqt while he and th
S Mot n our GonsideraUo of tbhe Irowigs sen- German minister were driving pas
several Mot Important BHlls are in- timent In our state In favor of placing the palace Wedneqday they were at
produced in Beth House--Gov- a'otand oar primary elections every tacked and stoned by soldiers forming
ernor Terrell's Me. safeguard necessary to make them ab' the palace guard.
*- .t .. sagRea.. ...- lutely fair in every particular. These M. Deprez was truck 'on the leK b
elentlo f i *e Tow".pr tticlly ten *a atone and as slightly injured. TIl
The Georgia legislature of 1904 was Georia, and ot'.- ph l rlaestera' wolves, who werealon another
called tb .ie itt .^ ^. Georga, and ae rg *1 1 J )priage following, were also pelted
called tb order at t1 o'elock Wednef-=' slowed to vote .AiraHrh il ueas egt. h wtie of tlie French minister is a
diy morning by proddekit'in6well, ol tutionally .II, Rurqtiaqco, pf law America. totreign Minister.Jlefar'
the senate, and Speaker Morris, of the eligible Ite l4lo, Ad *a erl vpte de- has not yet. determined what step
house. "It required but a tfew in- posdite s B pal csdly. cqarded, shall be taken, but officials consld.Ir I
house. t rehuird butafd mi-and with scrupulous honesty counted. certain that France will make an
uren for each body to noiaLfy [be other "Irhe scarcity of labor during the certain that France will make an et
that it was organized, and e other rohe carty of labor durseasong the ergetic demand for redress. On
that It was organized, and ready for growing asd ,hanveqthng season baa French warship Is near thi3 scone ain
business, and for both to give the gov- become a serious problem (to the farm- French wer at the French naval quarte
eruor notice to the same effect,. era of Georgia, and similar conditions in the West Indies.
S noic tt throughout the southern states have In the Wept Indies. rmnn w
Outside of the Introduction of a checked the production of cotton te s expected theat fermaney ss.
number of new bills, the house did Beiyond queIqton it Is wise to en- make a similar demanded for ro drea s
nothing except the usual routine Incd- ocurage the immigration to our state A Washington. rpecal says: C on
dent to the opening of thoe esslon. of thrifty American people. This has frnration of the reported attack on tda.
Resolutions were passed relating to been tho policy of western states, and French and German ministers in Thur
deceased and sick members, the gov. their growt1i in wealth,productive pow-ce to the state department followhur
ernor's message was read, new bills er, and all Lhat makes a common- day n shape o lter Powell at owing
were read and, referred to the proper wealth great, has excited the wonder blegrau from Minister Po wel at l'or
committees, and at 11:55 the house and admiration of the world. immi- au-Prince, dated June Z2:.
adjourfted for the day, after tling In gration may be best encouraged "French and German minister
session less than two hours. through a state commission, and I with their cardies while pais :ster
The roll call which followed the recommend that one be established. palace In their carriages y sterdly
opening prayer by Chaplain Allen The railways t(f the west are were stoned by er li paghtly njre. ,
showed the attendance of 151 of the working hard to Indire our popula- renc minister slightly injured. A
175 members, and In addition three tion to leave us. Texas alone has 75,- ogy demanded, btt none given. Botl
new members elected to fill vacancies, 000 Georgians. If we do not set coun- have cabled their governments."
making a total present of 154. ter Influences to work, the drain will The most serious feature of the at
Perhaps the most Interesting of the increase, and the labor problem will fa 'n Is that the attack was made it
new bills introduced was that by Mr. become far more serious than it is by an Irresionsihble m ob, btt by one
Dunbar, of Richmond, providing for at present. palace guard, which o ireocty emnect
a change IN the method of electing "The inflexible ril- of the conati- the Haitien government with the or
judges of the superior court. Measures tuition which iorid .e creation of currency. Itn ih understood t be to
on this subject were expected, and it any new county, has i brought about In outgrowth of the Haitit t bank trou
Is more than likely that several others some sections unexpected and unin- lle, which involved the lucnth erallo
Will appear before the session Is many tentional hardships. The matter Is by the Haitien government of cOrtai,
days old. Mr. Dinbar proposes to one calling for an appropriate amend- foreign officers of the bank ns:
change *the present plan by popular mnet to the constitution providing for charge of misapplcation of funds ae n
election so that the justices of the su- the creation of new counties up to a subsequent intervention by the Frlii'
premre court. shall nominate six per. fixed limit, or by such other legislation and German governments in behalf o
sone In t..o circuit wherp a Judge it as will meet a condition of serious and their citizens.
to be chosen, and from these six the permanent hardship to many good citil-
governor shall choose one as judge of zens who are entitled to relief. BALLOT REFORM TO THE FORE.
the superior court, the appointment to "in my message of November 8, l
be confirmed' by the senate. This to 1902, your attention was earnestly Georgia Legislature Takes Prdmpt
one of several rhethods that have been called to the propriety of exempting I Action-No Reduction in Pensions.
suggested to remedy the evils corn- college endowments from taxation, I Ballot reform has been taken tp it
plained of In the preent law.% where the fund is not so invested as earnest by the Georgia legllatl.re, an.
S Mr. Kelley, of Glascock;. Introduced to come Into actual competition with from the steps taken during tho flitu.
r his Aastrallan ballot bill. which pass- the business and commercial interests two dayH of the session, the Indiesa
ed the house by such a good majority) of other citizens. tCons are (hat silathitng tanglblo
Last year. Mr. Stovatl, of Chatham. "I wiph to urge again upon your fa- something definite, something that wU
already has bills before the general vorable consideration the question of constitute an Imnportant step in t(ne
committee looking to the purification agricultural schools, as presented In direction ot progress, wilU be accord.
of primary elections, and these will be my message of Novtmiber 8. 1902. 1 plished.
reported on at an early date. feel sure that a thorough invesliga- The question of ballot reform now
Mr. Beauchamp, of Butts, Introduced tion of the question will convince you goes to a special Joint committee coin
an anti-Jug trade oll In which lie pro- that such schools will supply. In a posed of six members of the house antd
poses to make It a misdtlemeanor to very large degree, the gap which now four from -the senate. including
r carry or send liquors of any kind into exists between our commorl satlools Speaker N. A. Morris, 'of the Ihoulo.
any prohibition county In the state. and the state university, the School and President Clark IHowell, of Ii.e
The opening of the senate was of Technology, and other colleges senate, this course having been defler-
Smarked by the Introduction of two im- throughout tile siati. mined by thp passage Thursilay of a
Sportant blll, one by Senator Middle- "With pard-,natle pride I think the Joint resolution (iof which Dr. T1'. 1I M.
) brooks and the other by Sonator Tis- state may look upon the continued Im- Kelly, of Glascoek. In the author.'
enger. The bill by Senator Middle- proverient in her convict system. An Sentiment and lu.nsess met iIn cun-
h broke provides for the extension of examination of the systems of other flict on the floor of the house of rep.
the Weltern and Atlantic railroad to states, whore conditions are similar resenlatlves at Thursday's ses.lso,
the sea, and also provides that the to those in Georgia. will show that we when the inrlio.sition to cut off from
work shall be done by the convicts of are far in the lead. pensions ucith confederate soldiers q9
the state. "The act passed at your. last session own $1.000 worth of property or have
Senator B. I. Tisenger, of Thomas- disposing of the conviis for a period an income of more than $300 ann-inl-
ton, put in a measure calling for the of five years, commencing April 1, ly came up for final conshleratilon In
appointment of Judges of the supreme 1904, has Oe-n carried into effect, and the shape of a hill by Mr. Wellborr iof
court and solicitors general by the seems to hie titperating very satlsfarp nion.
governor, and increasing the term of torily In thos-, coinils. which met Ihe entimct.nt carrieol the day after
each to six years. requirenenints if tith act ror the work- quit, a warm udniise'sion. for tii, ho-ise
in the senate Mr Associato Justice ing of sutch. covlrls. There is na pro.- disagrni'd t the f.aoraihle report of
John 8. Cnndler, of the supreme vision. however. In 1 ,,ttion -I, of thIe the committoo I,y rn vot of !T7 to ,.ip.
court, administered the oath of office gaet, to whlih I ,deiire to call your sp to Hon. 0. N. Starr. of Calhoun. tGor- cial attention aln suggi t the proprie- refused to go on rnfcordu as telling off
don county..the uew senator from the ty of nn animedment thereto. tlie pension of any worthy confedterato
Forty-third district, In the house Mr. The giavernir calls special attend veii'ran lbeinuiF he hadi nccnmiilated
Associate Justice Hioverly D. Evans tion to the ire-.ssity of equaliatilon of a lltile propi'rty.
administered the oath to Reitresenta tax returns andi qiutt,'e from his mes- ----- --
tives M. 1V. Gross, of Mc)tDuffle; M. sage of last sear on this subject. NOTIFICATION DATES NAMED.
Harrell,.of Quitman. and R. Y Ruidi ...
sill, of Chattooga. they having been TROPHY WON BY THE OREGON. Committee WillI Wait on Roosevelt
named to succeed former members July 27; FaIrbanks a Week Later.
The message of the governor wasaned. Famous Battleship Excelled In Gun The formal niol inflation of Presldent
The messagoth the house al sgovernorate nery Contest. Roosevelt of his nomination will be
shortlyd before ,. o'loc The reading It was omfictally detelorminled by the madre on July 27 at Oyster Bay. Speak
ortly before fort clmicknTe. The ading avy depnrtm nt WelneRnsday that the or Cannon will be made chairman of
occupied about ltorne iuh gret n battle ship Oregon was entitled to the notification committee. The noti.
message was intened to wiboth grbodiesat n the trophy for excellence In gunnery fication of Senator Fairbanks will oc-
terest by the members of both bodes tn the Isst annual target practice for cur a week later at Indianapolls. For-
as It contained many Important re- which the ships of the ina, have heen mer Secretary Root will be chairman
ommendations, and gave a resume of in compcltHlion and the award was or of the vice presidential notlilcallon
the states business for the year. dereli mne a.ccrrilngly committee.

RUSSIAN FORCE AMBUSHED. MOST AVAILABLE CANDIDATE. CORTELYOU A REAL. CHAIRMAN.

Ov r a Thousand Caught and Die in Verm ont Democrata A n av o-
Trap Laid by Japs. Judge Parker. WI Accpt Advti of Friend., But no
A dispatch to The Dally Mall (L.on- The democrats of Vermnt at their DictatiGeorge ('on clyWhateverwa. chosen
don) under date of June 21 front Nlu- state contention in Burlington o chairman of the eortlyoian national
chwang. says: Wednesday declined to instrnet t chammitre at a th etig held in ('li.
"While a Russian force of 8,000. un- delegates to the national convention comage juste after the adjournment of th.
der General Kondradvltch, was trav. to vote for the nomination of Judge co utar thment of th
erasing Watfuagko ravine, nine miles Parker for nrealdent hutl |,a..r.. I nentl- .


southeast of Kalchou June 19, It was adjournment a motion was adopt,- honor he told the members that while
surprised by concealed Japanese artll- giving expression to the opinion that he would be glad to have the Jheneile
lery. Judge Parker was the moat available of their advice and consavel, he Intend-
"The Russians lost heavily, their candidate. of toer advice and consl, h ntnd
casualties being 1.200 1 numbther. Toe delegates were instructed tn"ed to be chairman In fact. and would
csenaral Kondravg120tch extricnted his act as a unit on all questions. btt accept no dictation. high or low. He
"Oeneral Kendravitch ext rated his act as a nit on all questions, bit told them that friends of othe late
men and led them In good order to an were not bound out right to vote for- Chairma Hanna were hls friends, and
entrenched position." the New York man. armsked Hanna wer his friends, and
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AJapa. Suffered
'rtl I S' at Valango,.
op-*ne t illE ibing Found.

A 'peclI1 dispatch from LaO :iog,
under d4te of June F0, was as follows:
"A general engagement is pruocieittng
neAr Kal-Chou. Thie first- Iraln h ar-
Ing wounded men has passed thrmligh
here golpg northward."


Heavy Blow Inflicted.
Further reports recolved at Tr.!:.o.
the Jape VB.A' M o9w that the
blow infllce W'tW~i Okiu otn is,
Russians in the fighting at T'hin
S(Vafangow) on June 15 was ioutri sie.
vere than at firsF believed. ']Ti' nt .
'ber of. Russians killed in this tuiti
will probably exceed 2,000 anI thl,'ir
lo:al loss, including prisoners, i. .,,I
nmated at 10,000, Thio J.apane:hi- I,. o-
are less than 1,000 Lr about tiI, i.irth
"I charge hero t:iaL tvhile, 'arier
of the Russian I a!.
Up to June 17 G, -eral Oku lii ,u-
ried 1,516 Russinn dead and Ii. '..
pors ,that many ntioro doad lIn I.t,.,ii
louind. General Oku Is not J i !,h, :
tO report the total nunhl),e of |pl .1*"
era.
SWyept by Hs.vy Siege Cunc.
- The Japanel itrillipry at lh' iniu'i
of Vrafangow hintund s 'any s.I-g'
guns ,using Lyddlil andtl wo-i' iliug tie
wholn battle fit-l. 'hlio J.n.i| ni I f.
fered tremnondouts lo3se3 its Irii!ii.
the ttussian right. One L;:tt ]... ,,f
the Tweuty-slxth r"cniinui t W4,;i, ;lh.t
lated.
Ruselans Admit Heavy Lo:s.
A dispatch fronh NNlticliwn- .-v
A Russian officer who wev; w.inlii
In the battle at Vafangqw TI' .'- .'i
told an Assoclaterd Press coi re ,tiii-nl
ent that the losses on hotr .i .
were severe. He placed lihe i ,nl
casualties at at leasl 7,01,.1 t. .:ia. .
no solilers In the world couil d) ii-
stand the Japanese as they liai-. i.--n
fighting lately. Their artilll.'.' ..- I.,
claims, Is marvelously cffccti, Ih,11
Russians fought stubbornly, I-i" ''re
unable to withstand the enemy'.- -I Iit-
lag persistency. Several Liii,..
wounded Riisslans haye lit'ni : i
north owing to a lack of l,-it)ll ah arl
surgeons. All the avallabtlot ransiior-
tatlon hau to be used (or Suiiplh,p., at
t.ho expense of the sick ani v.wtiI -.1.
The Japanese buried most of (1 li10i.
sian dead after the bntlhn.
It Is estimated on In'ormn:lit in il-
Lainable Mh.at the Jai|aneso forrcu onr-
Ing northward is 70.000 strong. v.lIh
90,000 men In the aggr-egateo i.-tia;;,,t
In the operations- at Port. Atlar .- u v.
eral Japanese spies have rect Ien
capturod a few miles poeutii of Nji.
chwang. The Russians are becoiinii
more vigilant and are watching ixwtt
paper messages closely.

Dead Russians Plentiful.
T'he Japanese legation nt Wastiltig.
ten has received the follo-.':in r cattle.
gram from Toklo:
General Oku reports flint tilt lii-,
sJan corpses which were' lnirle.l I i, -
near Tellssn after tho v,'i 1 Ow il III'


17(h amounted to 1,,f1G Ti'h (, nit
are still Ie'ng discovered nid i; I
believed that the number wii I tn
siderably increased. The nntive.-. -a,
that during the ensgag.'-n't t thit I 'i,
slans carried back by railway n Lir.g
their ladies, ore vi:Lit g Ig t t fil l)- il
while later, when found] tnaki;iu Ih' i
they burned or buried many I'.,
near lua-litang-Kau. The nii.ni:r-"
the rifles, guns and mnin t pli,.- ih
sides those already r,'ptti ',l i i
creasing, but the tonal ih isr wa
known."

ATLANTA NOW OWNS PARK.
First Payment Made and Doeds Gver
for Exposition Grounds.
Thie deed for Pledumont park t illi
city af Atlanta was flied M ,i.Il: fir
record. The city has niailo na u -li
payment of $20.,000 to theu' lcdii' nita
Exposition Company.
In tho deed it is stated: "That Inl
conclderation of the sum of $2i.,tuit In
cash, and for the recomminirlalou of
the paymoieut of $10,( terest, In January, 1905. anud $S. u,, at
5i per cent. on or before January. 10,W:.
and $12,000 paid by donations iiin pr.
ferrod and common stock I,.. 1,'h I('h,.
mont Exposition Company," ithb Irl-
Prty is conveyed. etc.

TWO BROTHERS SHOT DEAD.

Louisiana Young Man Uses Winches-
ter to Get Revenge.
Meager reports of the killllnt of in;!
and Tom Crouch at Crouchi., I.aiwlii'.
l.a., havo reached Natche- ii ,TH
that Jesse Calhoun, aged nlholt I ,' 0
ty.three years wag standing onl the
steamer Columbia when the ('rn-ch
brothers, aged respectively 3o anldI ';
years, were about to board the hoa.
Calhoun fired three shots from a win.
chester, kljing the-two brother., in-
stantly and allght!y wounding a ne-
gro Three mpnithi ago the Crotirl es
shot and killed C l.houn's brother in a


-- U ... UMs lme measure o.iii I cou- quarrel.
TEXAS FOR JUDGE PARKER. COCAINE TRADE BARRE lden to the last charm had bee NEWS
Sl i ROOSEVELT REE irnIV
Harmonious State Democratic Conven- Judge Calhoun, of Atlanta City Court, JAIL BREAK IN TENNESSEELT VS NEWS.
tlion Held In Sar Antento. 1 hdr Clspaaewuti At.El ChI"ago '
Ttn Held In S. Antno. Ed..a l JEdAct BREAKNENNE8SEE. President 1, Telephnd of His Noumi
The Tezas state democratic convrn- rt .k ing.- a eb Judge F Cal our Prisoners Eape at Tazewell A. A ashington dt Chas:o.
io i flntal.d its business at An- u h re cn a.j is sor lan a. ter Attacking Sheriff. A ruded ton dispatch ays:
onto Wedieaday. One ofI ,t, ron;Yl to a so of the po Foar prisoners made a succedaefu PresidentbRooseveltreceived tlStbera
ast delegation ever elected In t< stnfe s one 6040 0 ga-t go out of the buel- break for liberty from the Clalborne nourcement filUraday idternoon bhat
.-'a chosen and Instructed to vote for j be eldyfo convict o county joll at Tazewell 'Tenn.. on he had been nomlnatd unanimously Th
fudge Parkor and lo- vote as a unit ~ t e bdence 1e Ib*urd talnst them. Wednesday night. They called Sheriff the republicans asambled at Cilco
an' all questions. The ruling was that the subterfuge Hughes, who put In an sIP 'au r. for the preSldeety. 'i. e news w s re-
A feeling of party unanimity -ed u b sueh resorts by which allege-l rhey attacked and seriously InJured ceved byel t th white bos
antneeus ruled throughout. Tee *Ieartpttioe are given will no longer ,he sheriff and then made the I In advance o ItiS reelpt by spteal
Platform adopted was short, eMbrac'. be tolerated 1 Judge C aiMuna cnrt. ape. They are still at largt. telegraph 'w S r KitontClcag
taerely an enunciation of demoa -esi to thega M Nintrin ont m s...
Ielfundeme,.inttal principles. QG eAT BATTLE IMMINENT. ORIA TEACHERS MEETALL Th I OUT.
e: ^ 1 -'+* I*Ria n* a nd Jap. Preparing to Get ThIrty.Eighth Annual Conventien In n O
"Ai Senatorl 4a" a Wa upon th TheSp sprnBn eiaa Pr.aennl *d Mabn .....t..ll Cct'_
rtltte lusprH&naon tIALPetersburg di spatch says: The. the "-h n t anul content a, .$I ItMttiiwlP.
e pnralt of 0I ae ml.l h etorH -on- [uinanice of battlee I the northern, uofI' t erg dcarMeional A socia The' dbt oi0J: rr'-. a Ca4r and
Port f' ItTf-lly ho -'nice p fat Warm prin"gs Mnday M1anuaniar ap, e savan"
is own portrait would hbve lookedte by" .' "n lta formal sessi though n have beew PWAkOL the po
crisp w ifesrgua h"bond o Tueidr diptch from. Theaasr nte fmu.aub of $6,1"JtheG sanh5 b3il
l d ue e the A*6ociated Pres hco dIrets anti" ofthefs board Sa a t.
.he d uc. IL "rather 3 n e ntrdirectrs ....o f te boar by the -tvLb TrVtA Colmpo?.
t ..-....i ,I ,J1 0 Y ang,-naPne. rtir' o- d tnt Qe* b ,ftt f ttatr;nU coOPS

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f'ir ui'lil, uah ii n fo, l.


rilli. "is 1 18 Ii a r i le Ti liN, I. >,i, h lil t 4-ivlh ir. of It
' han ks' '1claiined ml iaiakl, 'it c aii, iit f:s r i li t olinl lin d
liiiast toa to fallen fro i 1;'1>1." :h iil r,-u ft-u' n .t l I |,i fur uui' eli Shaded It to .lsa 'l'huon iUi e i Ir ji-I u s r s uot iI hriave desired,
%bi l-eu- tIi In'lra 'iir-s I hP1 101',I%% R i'u i ta.1ru
on I o.q itrd tei phlioto It i i g 14 .,I ir I i .iu v iyall ,noee Robert."
>ith I @ aside iup; le ffa-c, wius Ill t f i ."h',i |,, ilhi n Iliil. rhIc s -ihI, "v'll ,votl
' Fru i4,' w ith it liu hingt c y>-l :ci' i| n hi liie ml. i i i n l ri'% i u I, c hil lil.vse''t
tioitiath like'Cupid'sh liow, ti fncie very at- nthilnts ittl suiuuuiirl 'ir1 ilt, lmislsted
I' orlve and not enslly fo-rgottllei. cu r'ur is Ilyie l n.inti, li u i i 1 li td
S1 spelint ,c tiln ersull fih e iw ilih matnd- onit-m i T hu,, iii ll'i r.it, t,aIc lul li l- i it l le
I "P. She dived io' Illy past. toncpi i ll Ilr fur mic a ii i n |%Wiil, l, wIhere
lue present an liedliteu he vell oif tl e c.uoa l i,,,. 't li I, ,, ,ii luil.
illh'e h'aia iii'i a -iiil r i n l uh lluug V Oil n it a lot
As to I ae truth ol her scielaee I Ci-n1 of urioul ii t.' l in rkoil.
int spei;. for r fnund myI self Il "(1l, 1 ,to 't t ik hil, l. i plii .a",,i I
flue ilau nr .-'fAll4'ckilld'relineiPili)M -rn ll. uI h, li t, II ri,]l sIo c' hIliit
i ti' relly face of (lie hotoo gra iilhi. I l.o w, i', ., ii i I I ,lit.|-hil'
'lIch ri h | w th iek icehe itno ltlover. Thi tiau w ,ii rhliai 1i r-i hl' ur'iu* '* to
Palriier linll to be tall, dark. nou te too oi nle nnfelv l\\i Ili hil. "l nst mifor-
well off 0 Uniichilly, land fod of lor. l ont It fe lie tili u ti nii lsi ',i
lit a lky, ftt'e the stars helped out kipwy hI lnthl al l, 1 illlied
in somt e oeie Suddenly I altooud still. .w ith I, le lo.i. t (Iexpliilned,
chipped t i. & orl i fiii .s kee nliex- lookiig Ilowu, n ict dniin g to ii't lier
(hilmed It n t hcltleraiA e nlimt n cl ar, liltip pveye.
lis r, hnth lo:" A inaursetiu Rlld h ori to i relilr i" wit-lii I iDir ''-
ti eotltg It jghhl d In a at tyiyti r'trl'i lI hip y, iiit, lifl,,i' Siilli-' 3 gl'OAu S iu li m1
1I'l~ il lip;st ejidelAJ'V holloit Ig wi I l r ht., i 'li tii i', i u h
lih, eilh 's dclniyale I,' ltlhd hai l julit "omt 11ou' off i'ry Iueky,' pniil llio
retognized It. 'ntu exclannationo liad d oi.r; "n small er tl u i llm llii i
lie-.i rrung trom we by a thoitight iiot "oead ninny n ingI 'TH."'li',
"iti orcilliary, everyday theouglt, hlut "s, aoetor, bun ula i OW ii P ol"
riiu-tlihlm deep atnd worthy of a dilile- saying. 'f' ools forl hick -"
r'iltst. Of course. Of course It con- He did not gues's how true It twaes I
tl'nied tihe pholtogrlph. my cns,.
Why, I answered Mime. Zemora's de ""Well. wI-l! wlh on latle' cnra nnd
luIriplion of Miss Preston's prospective pnilene .1oui ill sloi Iitri lite Iti," i f
alriatllouatj pitanesd te a nicety. Tall your arni ngain. Are you sllie lg In
lid. dark, I pas fop If aport; really irTlngion':"
li 1t'l'ns Jlas Wonmu. li P.fyap tlit P'.. aI t Ihe Iuotil. b1 wtns ,lni Ioa
Wel" off. 'the~~lat cfs t Ag bny" at 'the put A feiv dnas it roiuil h"ri', Imu na
Loug Island Jockey Club bhad aecii uie tlie'lI uly owoi for a fi'w w-ieka I
a loser to the tune of some hiduldreds, tingbt as well sl. longer nuit iirse
hut speculate I must, It was born lu this luilis."
luP. lie promised to cnll at UlI hIot rhl lle
Why not back myself to win MIls following day alind deplarlted.
Prdston? $he bad money and a pretty An elderly lady entered ilo room
faee. I was considered handsome, and with b Mles Preston. who hil rivlidently
If she looked fot' a partner such ae explained the accident tIo her.
Mee. Zeltora '44ad pitted for her, I handed thpem niy card. She was a
then i stood a fair chance. Takingm lires. Townsend, aunl to MIls Preston.
4ol0i fromin my pocket I tossed It itp. They walked to the gnte with inme when
lt',dd i got her. (atla I don't. It fell I left.
bed. so0 that decided It. I had to g0. "Tour macbinep shnll lie sent to your
IVI'hci Jue oaie I, like t knilXbt of hotel. Mr. Seaton"; I'm nfraid It will re-
aid, Moounted my steed'and rode forth quire a speclaiilt." rcnuarkecd Miss
Li1 Rearch of adventure. Ptreaton. with a laugh.
Thl stel d was a eyele In my ciabe, "j.,et us know how yrutir arm pro-
end the edvoeture was their attempt to greoses. If you find time lisaig" hi-arUiy.
win thei ('lt,, tPi% u t icaIwas ire- our small library Is opeiin to you, and
Pared to rblt vbrilutlitt"d even broken at your metviee," remarked Mrs. Towun-
InImha or hoe.t led.
3ly plan was to alara miitbap tieer I tks*nked tbem both,'1 aylng I wae
her dwelitw lIt J.Aro. i tqiw0141 coot.' of r eading..
worst of ItX de i ,5lbie Ieq Ul 0 Ahs I 'walked slowly to the vilisae my
r~oeio111 i4a.h tlu At. tt-, Aiiteeel aalmin smeo sUe, but I
t- that 1 s4tet lltMi s, ifl4d 11t i Mlelrtd t go o through

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-of course. t l. in't Ii at he'lt wore a c_ .d.md. -.srowusI k o.l
was Poeh philo"sop y iII i t nandl I he ti ri iui if i a
l. iilim,' an tij a #o bU .p Rape oap.dlusI i3
laoo hsed a nlatlde d. nn l l, l'y enOrd iOga lll dp, is v w
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h elonga d t o mY faId tera who w n h, it irl ni t of I Vill. ,t. llitl e ,'i.l
then amkftcl syblia tditvcally.nuaIc e a I' SEp t l oa






sfe the rRiano' ii s tvine hai t.e.lne Tle li'ih ofn" C 7 faulreaan oWf etew e sst th slallefdl rhe-, Ia
El,,nt0n .. ml ,-,* *iti n >


ieorh p1tnran t!it n o uilw lh ae yuitt R'rthei taxseno them. afmo e et r te, 'Z ttilil
A ni.m htlEr b in t i he. in 1r oe ta. iao te w p hrince. lfThe ln r r T
East r Idirau h c ier e a t r oprle. T ha ori, t ohi. ur i ter' n' t tio in sthe fbrom thie 0 t ot,&t
zn aia tietot. ealats4 "the. ah49"n 1tia v ost odUrrflVteam K*aEd ttt db -


tmful anipalliked w to hivo he l. L. n tlr dlotn- Tid taxso theit t" e rt.nu u s s k.r.n '

A drp red with T low R.-,I gPi,. r.,r ,a Y 0, ri't, t, lh t 4 -error Ihlaejlnpitord'. g .lj bifif10?
Shaner a to 'prt no, AS htl tbl l o ipu P dl i v Thir l.i eaMni notdatolvY f tally re. P

to h .opnar ptiay dec ay "Nd te oekin o r e ru i Z in Ihe he]


nOt like x ura lel in t hle eourt. He o f l vs Chua- chn te rShi nAn ail ill
pa ren t It." .,ar p th ] i u lr t f ;lpti ewt IoItE'
fu oniwa-iket d I 0 hueo hiltsl Phe.ai linc 'ing dlcuml'ele Inr to'tybI b i WOilic a i
dre s ed ilt. tou.sciu11.ifor direct e ic te_,rro .uwe dere.out .


rleneldtlocliketdoea0110avilla them. Tm U s t

ldresse. $ iusitl o fEa gi d, doe ate a -great t ,.eortto r yId wn w adc, r l






j ta t 4->-..cle m i. h -Ital."' P a -" kg-fl-,.' .


S TJY / 4 ryu J7z---r-rlrrT.?'-7--' r----*.ee.e.**** "e*
'1R Oll ING along SBxth Itr due lime. iu ouiltedu l li iy iwherl,,
S i Venule, "ter.tr Tw'enty- 'enlllid Irvlhigtoin, icinrteil rooms, go
g hth stre6l. dietid.I'Yo al*1ped with ll t iI L-er, and c iiin iraxgi
0 call h _b'1dqocr beshde to gain nil the uitforniietioua I require(
ajVn- b ie(re "window. I us to the resihleiiect of .lMiss Preston.
it algn of "Mnailnle Zeonrn. Thei following. lny I rode in thit dlI
Astw*%,t.". To itert this wonderful retioni, nid disovlered'l thnt "Th'e Pop
Womanl's kill I resolvru 'o speniou a lars" Stood i-ntuit iitinrltr of a n iril
dollar and Interview her. 0ouit of the 'rillag,., at the foot of e ruth
` Lit repponso, to my ring a tidy ..nhtil :'r ,iiep hill. .uck 'crtalunly ravoirte
"wlth brighit blur py.s qnd Whitie tlpron, lue; it twIas just the plare for n .spill
opened th11 door, Ces0'rortied iiIe up oni l, i-lilly if alu-tiptrel. As V paesw
IfiIht 'of sicire, and i 'raliesteil liie o tut, giltes I sanw i f'iulill' oni tIhe hlwI
ta t a se flpt' ln the unetroolin. lmi. hiil3ying wilhi a terrier. The doth, see
%eil)oran 'nTild be.aIt liberty- iun S fewi la A stranger, Uirked. Thills r iused
ilnintes.- A ty,'pewriler wna (il t iork lIth' lady to glaicc Iuyv wily.
1In the li'cxt rooiu, tt"iId I Jt,lg" It to I'e Su, llmr i tnih It 'in fi tl o rirgnal of
hlie iiathdniu who was it i ,ll- iiiR to the tlit plihonlgraph. l'Pair Itilr. llin ilmini'
lierator. Strlainliig iiy ('l'i-Lis l inly aindl ia preltv 13- s, o ir lole so, th 1 b ll tOt
liavo l !Fqq 4p 1rOny 11 u, litat If n ill t. -i letierl lnd piel ii ur.d,
utrnllli 1'lf Ivtlsl reill sa It l ie olroi.stle TheJ'i n.ext ilnR I dleti'rniii,-el to win or
sex nre coneerneid-l 'wn.s able to fol dIe. Itidihin thl'r>,)iIh. ii.- vi-illng 1 '-
lo W fli iAlritltR h1lrlT well. t Iveil tl tilh i n. ,f thle' hill -whh l b nuild
It w as e 'hlcii ly I it lettPr to a lictlyi f li lt 111 llii.lt I",|,i, -s )s-
painroU niitd ilenlL i vith the future' iuiiiiuiliiigg. I l,-,.,,-I l t i hi., s'.-r 'ts .iuli-
Madnine gave ite ilt u n iinjei 'l'i ttonlI : a .- ted Will tl il, lr l;.. put iifig it 1out
"It seo weillth for you. .Inpiter is of order. 'hil-h, oiiol llilng, I siirieilCd
coiisplcuout, lut your birhi. Iin your lot. down i ho litll.
le'r you lent Ion that von ill iTn coindll. '-h, -l O lii lo e will
fortable lre nisiances. bum yo r lilt l i t' al h i s i lion iium ,ii l ('- ihi. tiA Ifhit
1 ,1's11 lpconeict,,ilalrl l.live' whet li.Nl,.eI &i,,t i 1"lui,, lily f 1lltwg0 glV'W1
tloni .1 1 ccItn oh on th'-inuge. itRem l -cl gr- I'ui ic-I'cy oiulrqge grewi
de alocnt ly/ t Ch 4ti o toll l li 11 1i h1u I ..t. (if Ctouira'ke I eu1iuh$ h iu v l uised al y,
. lln r 'y e x t y ea n r ifte l t. a s h o rt a li 4 rti lo fi- i ', I .m liri kei., li mit i. 1 1 i ,ls in l t i i s %% a
iniantle -. OtU lillhllm. 'YouPr itft uior n 1 ill i ily I l i' .ll
lie tll. darl'k coiplez t'liI, w illth izIl "' ntIr heleur't np'ri won rnil- Incli"-
eyes, dark browielair ndiml n u c ii luike a knight n iming fI run i'o ed
.About jyour omnll I ngi'. I" itl iof i>portl. mi ftn lill-Rue i*ull., It li g lls iI ul-so,
.travel anid Ill ailit oJ 1 )1 i i l l ri lo ni I h oi i il.o'.1 'lo ll .le i iM tsl l
istr'anger' ; yoil willt I .l lph ly i rii f ll l (if TheII, o luI s'' 'l iie l. to rutasht o-
for ithel first tima rT i t ,nne. lT he tilb-e i't-r lird 1 T I ?,e to i t l Ild t p'rieto
tln, lot ii p" tn fi '- rfe.w tunih.ui as -pol s ~ ite
e lie ', oj o p in e t.p1 tl or luering the mi al chiline so lie stolithi ite
dsoiu i le luncm li n in, I. III, i a ill ,IiItI, gifi ,io tlo k icylihindid froiau te
bi No pa r h e is Youri .,J ui t f IJ, i ,fl V rg.- | a dlii.d.-i.- to brt alh t lili, fnl iouicsf
iePI ntil be geno t a l ,-:i at 1ith us lie liiil'hu i'rehuilot hS i I fell
I here thLe el't'lim i il ei i ili lii e i if' '41O ii ii li I m upi litihe gatewit y. My nrmii
nlu l hI d ldto buisy nil- (sefI T'lli a i. :g.iiru11 l 4 Uir', l. l I felt dluzed its I nla"
sine. and gronulied.
Ii a ll hor th llle Nilip. ,il lrn,it n j," iII T 'flit, tIoriu'l nid ti'hently witness ed
l iuerly, anld urpOlog n, i, I ,fr ,h lim i lly lii llilita lir, ian ii c-an e ark-
Ine wailing so l iiig. ilie lhadin iRiT-aon- il to IhRe guiles. Ipreseleily, I Rheard
gagod Oil solle ililPorint wi.t k Ii" i v l cortnl i t, neur, then l vol ce'
a le patilron, ind tdidnot 1 isli iu s oh lr, Itohlert! comei hpro qutle ,
't I i so oull e lie lan d nf lc n le 'hlntl '
As I walked Inlo the l rooIli !i a. ,' I [groahneid lt t them know I was
.mltinl tlihe lRlul t i ueiils. wt 1it 1 had just a nlliIve. The g- l'e opene nautl Ithroutgh
Ink k nt atdresset ienvi'lulii t'ii tho' ileuy h-'alf-closedt ceyts I saw 311is Prcs-
aii elle. Wt hli a ghi li, I -,,,i, ".1 i lil nru l ila o ser'ait. Theni n sweet
L. Prcston p,Thel i'litlh l ini.Illgtt t, i l r' I ld:
"N.Y' d"l'oo' fellow! i e'n i' nconeIlouts. 'title
t .Madnue waits I si a' Ililh 11 Ily, wit his tl olhilr, ,toberl, wbile I get some
alne to theo oI tol. ltnl)urt olubeyed, aItnId Miss Preston
"III there uuything F eiill youn wlih brought t Ulie stimutlanfiit, polirring somel
It learn, air?" she asked after olinli- .through nlily elliehed teeth,.
"lug the date of liy birth nuaid cosllilting I felt ashaimlt.d of the pir* I twasi
6owe book. Ilayinylg, but toniuderilg tlhe riisks run.
"Vell, to speak thie IIriI, ratioeI would go though with it.
without any delhlile dol.ject i ih ew. I "'Vle ulust get hiam inlto tile house,
really don't ktio% n lit in ask. WiIuIIt ouert. Can ire n nuauge It. or had you
do o .your jptlroli giai'irwlly wi-sh to 'ft"r fetch F;nte "
know?"' It'brt thought It would be too
i i5ndnnio silpl anl, mWald: ,.l),lih for III.s young lii misus, so. to save
"All kinds of thiln':-. ht i,,I.iv l,.- frilitt, i' rouii le, I gave a big sigh itad
Ile tlr kipt you wli'iilit.. r n.is v113 i l ,i.I'r .I ,i1.1. nlt ci, Lil y Veyes.
to know nlont aim rrii .'. io. li i,, ,- .. i' rp nm 12 I I atsppld.
c-OJLme forward to--. Itl, iu.I I x,, is, 'i Ymi've lhd n il ly fnail t b lt let us
Zie a I eionent." 1' tl rnill i' i l r ri u' hi Ol l-,ai to tihe hous,."s snid Iiss
:utln uiionsis, bieio aIkhell : rI'ri'-e i iin pLersi'islve voice..
"idl yo on Inclose Int phiotgri>ih. -i.s .liiies." I unUtterod,l slowly Ith-
Jlw son? allinili n millilg p illsoitih Thei, slf
"TJi you refer to the hIItt li-t ic, li.mil i nitr,,il .tei l to lIft ity hlft aBrm, I ga e
nIn"..'" i i rv or liiii- It wiaR n gelnuine cry this
"Yes. Miss Preoton's -a cal.iilet lri, y. n irIn uillcs Iise.lls.s.
photo." \A 11 Ires'itli's volhc' urulil>hIed as lBho
S".n., I've not sica It." -l,,.I 1 lo.s y.iir arm t hiur? Is it
Madilnamae turned to lir writih I, l.ille 1,.,a ,n-"
mindl searched nml oin g tlh, I,.,,.;i s I thih l; It 1.." I ex. lnltned. its
ti re cnn it lhave got ? I pil.i. i i li i h i I g t to lily feet.


, ma tin. *wi -tiio$F A ^ "..........
r llily I managed to rend a book ----.- l ', t ; ',, i J"f. -
Tlrough, and bow orften they had to be f O .
changed. Mra. TowiniiseiiWd naked i.a to take afternoon tea, with them TELLS OF THEIR EXPLOITS. .
oi i j t o oreasio.p, 0,,l 'nclose rnletd- -,- a. .t. -.i,
S hiap.. it notl ig nore, hae spring u p ,tJ .- A.,. .
I Rel hven .111si; Preston aind niiuself. It P t Arn't' of Brigands-i-Was Orig itLnly Formed"
0 1, Catr plu i ly ilu c1 I'e Oni my s ith,, jt10 ." __ .yM en F ro mG -v --Ii lt t G ol' "i .d-,
l. -n fton o o.... l .. ..to li I i 1-rr r. r I G I ** f A.I AL ,l ; d.ttt aK611i. a large reser f .und of bet
". t retrn n ook It was "Uuylds- lort to Suppree Ti"Them. .P a. lll.ALl,,o
t. Inl ; t ot I I. 7.1CR I IW Il'l ilqner l u1it1 llr:o1thO1t thIp r in Y t It i1
. library, ind .I llithanked he or tfR o i r. .I.. li li it" 1 a iri't tl ae t h u ig. oIeerrol.
Ilo r aski lifiti' ir alit' iaIt i, 'ruwt It. n1 10 1%Ilvj l 'i'i'iif lti 'ruai, tl .Eitoo i lm"traduh a anll N t lill lhlil i nnsuwtt VIolu nte
et ask i r if h II, u I uuin i ht. fM .lAi fu.. 'l1 it i he'' I ll .1- i t u inc' t ugo t ti'l.r Uo re d i t sg o Pl A q tloli s a a I gaii n g k no w led g e." a ld e ta b tle.
.o"Yto_ I ,-1. l'.._t ..... t ..4. .11. 't i era d;g ttoa kl Ier $t ni Interv l In tit e
Sdo 01ou think of Itt" u t. i '.*.n ofn l t rthr Io tii a 'btK lol,. t hu '"ioo it I- at tn atei tas tallct t ho th
Metuig y oppolRIU" iuelty I o blrin g t ih r6ne*il il'nrt n l ?in a n ht rl > I s rNw I otrb ttd t An t o rt a l blood t ta
ic o n ve r la io nord t l niloh ro toI nl' cl lu. i 8 4i -i l aind e a l r" .e.u.t.i, t I,' il 1 i 1.tIt v o b t l li 1,l ti t r t llte r i it d m e lrllpi d d
swervedd : frolulsi sirsonall t.%ip'rii ,enr(-s; ie' i ile.iii- i t, i i3'l i t i tipntd ylthuA'X,,i,- illett, t,, l htr .l a m bon t mem bers. .ppbtteIAtocit
'It I t't h ieA letost t to bingi gitritoicvent memberA..9p.a
-s Vered: uitri,. it !'11 .. ... i ,,ie ;'i wI l dctu1il' fl hhby 'Ib T V1 thi b *hte it RI it ordn mlni a oe ngb e athe nobility. .ll
- l elnr'i' ity iu r tihg Io f>liyelv. the tl "i ut bu l .. f ( o|I> lsI l nil l fil ,lt ;i h ur t l e o l ,T l i u ,lt Tl011r0 hr o'h eorty T e ..fitO l l >i i lbe o lip I i'l oi l s n l t I n t a t.It it l illie ee s h i a to th el e tyb. ut
"3l il i t on o sI o l'cl, lii iht> f. r pI' tt 't l iu lla es ntildi "' tha l iu it- e liin t *W.i' I it li il oi lt l ft lil k ofl'-, i e eD. tqlf eYI- afei rt lw ere C of the socI ety. TlO
. "HclI li n i l Ii. ns o r Ihu lll 'ii t h111i, foi i' Iit i,,ii,6Xt iu 1u i tli ll#if ioil ttie w nad u du nugt workers, ni i tohe 5ia
blliui'i t. .er.i n grlot ile ih nl Iii It, ,ofb t j c I. uO i \t Llt lhuie-t Ii'. furt. Yea Ml't e aI w oul r l over ih M ls
H i t u I f 3 0lui sll'nilry' 'llh'tia i lli.iilr ii l't hl ,bl.iii ill i.iu t, ". liC ,'hiiuurrc. -ii. '. lie ay e .etiys.. .. A- t P' ha l 'wo eirie s ll d this' 'At
*"liT i f'l l >Ii yo1 hi' v ii k nl it liy% ,' inillt 'u..li S i a th n ir., i liui N' r *should no b l gtile ilan of For ost.
lrem!i'np. e kiutil e mohitile tiinow etl-rIs ot s, orim utm 1mil pnAiW 4i3 .lAsl a t t'tp thjt t'o' AtIlv e"W idt- rL niobionIrWP
i-cry n ear ktlo eei." o o f file .ac nudaul tibt 'J4uy 1 h a'0yut DEPOSITS OF BORAX lqfibyr1 *dir0 64.1 .11ftlestttIee fown, of ldesutds. 't A
..'- o ur ie" Iricifi t T Ia ii h'i t er e l iu- o u iii iu ii ... i -. ..ill li .t looke By al l r tl repill g Thd .alilnloi of dressing brI
'Yes, ,,,.v e kow ,, ,i tso e t L I% ,' ii ,-+',li; -. ....rlued, spot a y,,,r e w 'harg tr, fo; thell t en l e o os i l .ndo ,
Very 1tar isdeil." r. .VkLheds t .lrok pr alulnt sl f. _k .i u, u-' ori, DEPO I TS B ORA X. It looked h all rlitbt,'lioo l r m re d T he At a tome of treswou lds


hled. low Oh h life'l tll'li r o[y .lll'lllllliTl II h I e .r e .I no deb..t i v loiecnha.. O el pe i sp bl ad t rd aw we r da
tYl' ha ook oe nir "" ..1. T 'he) olfl and lD Alop. o .i n ItHave liti i \No'Cleiliirn. iit rllir s cuno l aMs 'b ont titer / n 1, i ti e- exactly alike tings Its disadltlM' d
-"H oit leyon ( o I yet," mn hI In dii l'l i'iesi h triiiilc it ld l itn 'Mu libdi'irLj otjl I-cn o tre oiel nti lli t a, l isi' tlhb olti,' rv, r o tho e nadatB e ing ret to o In n ultln le



roted, '11I" co ke eh to oas s i ihituft fl Uowe h 1 i l uo i lsa iinrl ntI abt o ti enib wotena umet whole bevy of girls. 't qk o ,ed o t
nuen t oy t.ne" tI r i lu e ul.ekil l -trIe tu ta II uts ui rd o ctl r le ist e sn.. tlos pno, t aleit h' ways charged elia for the alteruiltona like let loos Ii t i London,
ihae Iojeod ursime o r by, nhg 'I'be (rolr | i thi e on i 1 t uI v ..xiUc'. in n w nte it .. UIIt tyce me PC td t %d1Now I paumakeien u on wlthd t: 'ez at a
"a tl w ho.l s "th'd'iti'ae-lT" nq--ivu t ieeeiip01tT t d'tt i" t II c 'n lang-e, eO. 'et Ithner llla' loh ttb iit L E ti.. .i.te. .t 1 4. d.d Q.te en. At a time of th '








uIpro sed. .obo BOV l pro l ,l e C ude te t 9wintnr id ki sy lr. well .In pAlno Min vor and T b n te t ore :I, a t M adte Ta r b o were dressed r SE
"Itiee iwiil.'ile f 1YIcitT bt $ou t1 i li la ii oiltlit (iil-,t o tu l ntlo l ti h eils e fo o fle tii 'lhul r t n l to overl orthedW let okle aeieen g esseto e
Illut o uie i H 1 3 lli'd l ill'k. iriaIu l gold tlo i aIt I.i i onl a il- g of on l ,tiuk h ouh t In l 'T b t tt and A that I not te olnnpo at. 'hlit'i amf nl t abroad ti nny nofthe siblt.4 -l-i
i d Ih i fa>iiiiriu n ,' cretliit er tiuhe for' tenr own On i o ti n Inthp 'r e ay pcut l s lst i nolong er ta t think of t ehe Ipo b titn i lflric,
"Nl o io! il'e In'l ote a llnti,'I wcri tI t if l rInhi'h s of c i tknl l oSlill I,' v i li t s It U rou p I *11Lalnge"ln fl t'pitttlen Ir it' no loller t t .hi f
r'ill mnent ow It itr l ll Iia in 'uf o- I a htnrI n it lll the itlio oi.n es e "'li-i .ill'asy, l inl' y,1 ovrW'9l00,ltV't .l ro i o r those aflter-wearing vre- snot a Aso for erI tao c o IU.
cltc cl?1? l1ut ,i kli w thnat I 'Was ('01- t s etti ti tlliy et ilkowicitl i C t'lttpl rlnktll t li ,f X Ricn xt-I fllri untol abot nath.. r W ith nle womei a of t i dto edy Wh Bo y tnebe "i !
I[ig pto i lto eli o'." o e es ahis tluelulmohei G i lden it i n li wn s h istc.aor'inl S niB ; in Ago, ttinoixit d I lub* ntol teA f1 at no i ii d n t s ooilt. A gbwpra may s et Mi
"I odeo' uienli ithat yu ciniaice wans ri 1ers l rlno'oiglht uiltgett o i ro rlhi ns a it ui e ptl iui in ot r w so nt p-tald tl, ultat4i w mb. Tl .ttilop, bu of the into at inds' wdlaw hIt
weniutled, oul, your 3 o1 rilpll'ni ldt i a ctn eli'n as $t2(IO aipltrb o thinil, l.mi *ni'r h1i .,e li, tio riLo fta i e the1 u lll t h t i p .*. or t wi e ie e er h ti o lto. ee a, c th -r'













and things of the past were concerned; 11nB. Chigseit nere s v e r- "* " HilO % fo r wio tl intlstui e l y eotee r n t n m b e o r e kl wct ote 4 1 6 ir1 w euilio t, u p it p l yi t o l tdt li ata p tl wn A l e e
w tI he o" If s elou t hi kl i n t re iv etIrs w ere o ck l h u ted o n uini ise l t bom wn c. p.a l- u d 9 1' 1O itld i en t l ie P"B ~i e tu ''orhle r b h ole a a. t iA g roup ioftgi.oelg t lt( s
Theric l. i amhco d nt ,! 'llo I lic.ln tlt tic.hi ai l ot n- re' gs 'o11kfel0al, it ludl, ,'lit td il nlt Iile Wilel itlAe o bltge glli ftIie olqtet tllds, who were dressed re t 1t l ,4:i
"Jhere waro aa a to beo o'iitfR s. unc I o uyid l toebe ol i uhIilint tiil lr I lhne, l ar ll l l oI ths r ow-ls 1w1e t oin wl ve oth plphotI ,Pf t hiues o, azalea s.ht won Ai* b .
w h a mhr oo o ue tactl e.h aoV alo h o ti f y leoh l iouhllm t i'e i pI1 1 ~ i u n t l iuith at and 4ol tna that r n contrary.i $ otie s. T ey w ore softwt. e.I 1
I ased, uignrl basul i nearc the tRiusslin frou- kori lli tlola ll,. aII uttpP 9 a l tij flh og le u tot theli lp # n ,t be tid t heq ilsp it ee O Inb t l eltt
"Yod t will lne o be se liled w th B Ilerl Ain A tiirt ',iu s of nI uln iuinid i wlri.iu.erO ni iut n at n cotle Liiap earance a wvi klea aient hor oe rleliry tinted roe he."ill a 1








Ing. "cud proituie to be au good boy a in bthod efl( r t4 toe r t,.Vr Iry&ta i tny eki orty w tndi n ( i mite' fl want le mi leti'at t 1hil tua b ra -e epe, Ah oriff ov( I
prmi nt ne t at t hoe ir it h ole Ihr, n i 'te- Ohlnucaol h%,i t Eilh' u n y oilf ari'th e l bekul : Iofns Ict i9 Ihf \teorIo 0u 7tIhe i t tlF tAD Of D reU e --apo.( 1'..
Ipr stoiego od, so slitepro. he Cylauesrinere el t ob trfni nt I tnsn or y torln ia alrudJill b-to tie t a annQt Whiome th ll' o A s scrapbook of onVs ;rf l l t o
ceede1 h o io uilpolhso the outut troauthuese %e t is I Itahwl-enatitvk-whits prwllrd cult mbi i a It dem adf "' i l if the hate wrinkles *IleI t
" R o w e ee k s d ag o I l i e dm yn h oi r o ac o p e g o l d h b1 6 t# 0 4 lh e -i 'lt t e 7 ol t i n rt, i d i n r y s i t i l l m ,4 bf 0 1u t t 'l i n t h e q l d ro nl n t h a I Mlt .', o t hell wl a t e o w r inkt esr e dla.
res d tlgp he nachl lu.slt r u y the r es l ot w1ttthhe bevcre umhiniLsai l ljuo f. f e e tr I y lake beds. m thing I o doplhfet .tq ha .t fLp q t 4ro si s the maker, oorfl ti a erlBap o
was orr t nas fill a iIinriteover. mhealthu eo lt filed to g later gqld for etha ir o i e t le s Mt f artludiot tth oe nr e t y oRut l the, bim d f r .th l wate mwt a ls t ;of tle t
nalo some ole 'r d ernlts ul harv .Wi l ruilo ed hli noumbted0sie i klit whlih thert telist p li .ol i ue.p avoelt -6 ,i 'lnbpeten toy, swheras nh. defeats n llith. paf esil ea thv tilt biltl 1. .0
out since, an s a or'lol'lee Sof', fot (4overultemicu l fohlb se t to111l- of horo'. aclt 9 IIti 34e yt 1i4rslua t are,, Rth,,e .u rPfo of their own by*ornapblodl A bltI; o to iSMiN
tie uonth of .Ji ue. oft Ihls ktoer, t uh e u hurhl T'iue weohaig of the iihles wt s c oenlmaluyi hla Ali'nh, te' '' lllthibe istottbhaal Imperte to e w ad te il a
Ineo toglst h In c orun d ,l'antr.1tr Inveury r ou1 ~ol e'.l e lrt m rt i e Iee li d fot o In"p r boitn w. l oflalll. "' h t ,tr e oe l i ot e i nl t teln t l iAtlw ol
con, l iu e loula, c ct. itb a o e n ai 1onta l l knl ikbrul y ielttborl s iut',ihA aislbtll ii e o rt W.l.rpwtiLe i and ayh it 4 4 U4 l~ .
ninaui, poloi r ih I lIA~ al a mlai .ho ired ae U n om oni td ol. 't u e a renlrate onnei t toi any o ttnetr .
^ .'2 eI it, ha"eth cqi untry hIorg rn cerning-t that onr be ..3'
co 'emee It a t lt t o Ibo rugh.t You ttirue e re t sin etat' l ta t lo inc eot'l s relhi n allyay ie Re"a '" 6ifit' .A ar e al thE-. cair b I tehatd o ti ro r1' t
rnd ishal b brought. aboutI l nect- leld pctnc vlo td iho e ou e ng a slidgpn h lsgh, dry', deeofrt planttn stSou welli, tu is hewhos as atit ilow n I le ll sti o
l lig.4 bul t Bp flo ag Ieof lib ti I s t s A it Z e po e own, the s om w We t
I "u -bu ilt iol .I 'w h-lairh-aenrly itu .8 ..AIP0 1 W 'she was' .proposed Ia, he i o .f...
ho n d e td ilit"li e n g e lh e. rulis still r oulnin, oate ne oads lepolm t were dicol reit o c A talu, wnou t be 1 s ,l1e 'es W p anne t ths h- lte w o leas I n d ItaO o ^ t a i
hoe d i i ol 'r the mountal1tsan and across forests In hcta ..atii a thont t00S. trn ,.tii t e drd ed hos t. 'W.n should latereits o es f in a pltoosil.
















wrllie nlrnyllt yiLl*our t kur l f W Id tb n o t l p o! e ral br cxulnh,, d itl rag Fh f tI b f, or the Nlr ( i tlr ',o;oa i ti
"Wr at about your promised" s e to fachlttalothe t olveylg of poi'S- hbonix tllsc-erles were nlade riil P know where t4 dra pipes are placed e te d a
66lo ng.mid Chile w'er""e Tby cru hemet helle haiu e melently well I n "
aske c loui but were unable, notwltistalnld- Iiut Chniec niere b b y cclitle nu lelt od, in. e house, an be t lt we l Ctr an st om Ag ai t m ienk. .i
let oo nthe ir efforts.llo evIu I t houd nnt -fbll, I h ew elerse t p il
"014 7. forgot, bn t b 11reoely there wsta i hI; thah" efforts, totsUc' a a'gl' r e yaailt stnl borax wai tui d in. .o loe f ittWtto1114111m b_ I.. A Jewelr othe @lr,4a.wa4 t.tt l
somenwt g mYo re" I remarked, service for the trinnsp61t of v tl> i quantLtiesio thi e iu-ntity of iW t hfts l. 1t ift tw eto t-tllstI ouie .ft the results of the S 1ta Wa i
rVlI a inischlbyous tlwinki In ler The labgrerp were dech utcti by fna- used In the iorl, coailnparet rwith what .plumbing the lhwag md to be In the I'tfe lilt ws likely to hI I
eyes r e glaun od at, ma,,oi aytig. "Wllno t Ines and by the nire t old 'f t io, t rd- lnud. With tf -d h re Wval of p ln rl 'ie'P
inoret Id there be-ft witsa just I le her let ed It e ig, be g m teouititlle to this tnowleodg A iq il Orin, "No cora l to itt't P
u aln e gion, where tile enpna'qtutdotte a nMA eh .I JqAiveiry. "ocoae s
event pely oto occur oIn a?"tofotyot 'flelny a nee.ifty.eau to $1p pou a psat i lie went ."
te1#c s eomiuultted sulhlcle, Olht-rn Is tlanut reglonla luroth hliuT It ha-e I 'ib -ue I(ae should ailso know It. Japanese, eoral .im. l o f r l

































AT..,e 1h I, i of iettl.e two cowi h t e. bJeC(ltrChaiuo. t phit ldnotmccith kle ro ei adl hu Japanese oa hue necl tt, ii
the c i expietd en ohc rg t co Iua It a ilefed ai' hiiug o eatr abtaqRV -
gnate lt. I would know the atrh'Ig. cle to th iehghuborng foreslts regiri- ease i is y PI ieit1 t'la llseo.i, t tt- ho' 4 themat d ea tuglt.s if the while aid white ';36be4ueq.i
Did i e su e e o? s of h f ik te n ontnln al f he tee

sslct,. tcriiaor i ciiught or If hlIt ger drove their back n llnhialo lutl wh "ere orkod ifls ea r 'ir 1tt1d der ld u o lat two very eulf 4 l
enataghf hold of hulier Rlndui. She tanode 1)0 to tto dcra11. ".117o#deserters were tho Itditly be worked gti hdyear-fbl- 4trutioui yet the 'resmetteefttl womou P npeuustt-". A. istrlcig of pJrTerq7 'A"
alteunipt to take It1i ,).Ioo tt- .r... fl ,Aii-chusv Ilowi Esppelnily If there be an ee? : a #.. ut." It ;e -t I' ithatched ubeonds of rose col Is #I 1 '
tilled: 'ho cxlstemn esbe tch e rme'oclmIll ntlon of snow or riln at nlmy Ati. .be) e.oti ,bsffth ilO lie im .t uost ans jalianei as a string of 'ed
"Did time ncquall Ie ktaulice i'll as ol urTh el a .... .-- liyterefugeesEt a lm o1orthet'a iihetv'ter-', ,JIL ixit-, oi f tdtid l i1ol
as F hant-e douie? fild It r6sult Ici 1iiiri- R .io .t., .i '. alle l cllouu timuut I0rlu'u teIh o ra Ioi'n a cit A t .e j it *PPU i li. Ml t y'," .44'eoil 4-te til of fnl l iom liars' ebesept
rage? Say y'es, Lily: you know l i' o obliged"to.protect te alvesP 'h'i aIlba 4Ird their -i telilt
Oil. Il'Ill you let tlio pr(dl'louI wo 'o n1 the- wi li bensi aoil tnte1' iiaet.11n,11(ttu ,e.,e uWfueo ral -uuiq fit w-
trile, and pronm to lie s ny wfP".,., will 'ifialhe to heymyawnfe'-th e.....arved l.. ,.ll
IyHe i ag ter lhend uoilcu uiu mi'd lullrIn l,, IGoro3 ,'dfiwioa ?lJ 'R 'da bees to ever.y -corne.r.o.th dtten carved lie. .-sya i 5
a low iolee sFie maitc ."Yes." Shni et uIln.- lly.....in. -- t g.4_- it'"_ ". Goethe a iI ties l'ob Tlnpskaibiernt,' qit..so et, Wit, fU rujr e aed and looking Into Ily eyes. slue asked -vs.siI tel iir e b %eelhe'd I hrlka, i'locLevenzow t.led" u1 9 hea d, bitt a wen e6ted 'relblthe g l -should think tlicse sanij*-b'
sweetly: heain ei- ted. Aec entI III bbok .hifo It.... ,,- Iake Is the one x tra ge111ea th e'itu n tr..u... ,..,. W..... ',- -
"A rhry bhl"te..-- ,,?.o of ik Isuthe one to s.44few extra dore unihght rnt'tlly 'be *4dqW..
"Arthur,yo lleieIlitthesa n jhnrnGootId, eel tt ego, of u eseii'eanl'f'1oui' d dollars Invested In this article wil ire-. An .. ..iehi.ti wo aii
ei)'cs I do dVon?- untr geo togeth bespp's auuouth'saf fres pits414t pC i- S 4,Ijjab-*5jieA" yt tkt-










D. b aOODwIN,
Editor and Proprietor.
rd April 28, 108s, at Gainesville,
as scond-class matter, under Act of
o( March 3, 1879.
ed every Tuesday and Friday.
0a year In advance.
so Cents for Six Months,
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ADVIIBTIBINO RATBS.
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o _
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'*WeW of correspondents or others con-
Udhtig to hl) columns.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
'STATE.
United Stated Senator
I James P. Taliaferro.
IP'Member Congress, 2nd District
I Frank Clark.
Presidential Electors
t H. P. Bailey,
T.A. Jennings,
S J. C. B. Koonce,
S A. B. Newton,
;.' 1P. B. Stoneman.
G'Oovernor
Napolean B. Broward.
;.Secretary of State
H. Clay Crawford.
Attorney-General
William H. Ellis.
ptroller
A. C. Croonm.
Treasurer
William V. Knott.
| superintendent Public Instruction
,g rW. M. Holloway.
mn oner of Agriculture
S B., Melu.


Year


Taylor.
e Court
SShackleford,
itfield.
C. COUNTY.

I oabrough,
Ti Tllrman..


W..P'. nell.
"'S"'5 Wienges.
C, Colson.
J Collector
D. Dickinson.
itendent Public Insi
r. I,. Kelley.
Treasurer
H. Robertson.
t at Surveyor
ne Croxton.
tttv Commissioners


tructiot


;,, ampler,
0 o. Oateen.
C. O. Pedrick,
.: F. Paulling,
flt .. F. Townsend.
SMember of School Board
"9 T. A. Doke,
'W. J. Martin,
S B. Weeks.


i nl axious euquiriers itas to th
wlUpYtam. a B. Broward
setwr.asxt governor.--Pensaco

Yoy expect to make yoi
.. latt says an exchange
sNay expect to have to mal

Florida .town should I
,lan this summer.' "A
lbf preventative is worth
Soj. cure."
"ard will leave the gubs
chair with a fine record b
hi. Mark the prediction.
o.0akt Crescent.

I.s the thirteenth republIci
Ion that nominates Roos
And the number is ominous
AttlitoR Constitution.
o other county In Plorida h
.bty important tow 8a-" hb
Ua county, and GaltWlile
a's largest, prettiest and bI
Republican factions in Wi
ounce each other as uun
I the State's affairs. B
,i r telling the truth.-?M

am .horror was real
t first reported
Wed- that near
their liv





oar squire a pt


R' 1-'' W J r 9 lim .i s'110 .
1 the1 O ca.pm so' nvitle onei of t.e deleg e th
Union's Big Vietdry," the'Ocala National aT-notMattl Convetion0 ,
Banner quotes a portion of an edl. and a real clever genUlaeu, ha.
trial paragraph from the iTAR. been selected is chairman of the
and follows it with nearly half a Florida delegtioow Which goes to
column of' comment which shows St. LouisOa the turpentine men's
that the editor is Very "'sore" over *peeal. Bealdes being a jolly good
the result of the recent primaries. ., O Cptain Hillman ja one of
The paragraph in the $T. thajl ida's naval stores kings. and is
Editor Harris quoted from wan ne of the State's handsomest men.
follows: It has been said by some that he
Editor Harris ssspe ihinltk the hears a striking resemblance to
Timet-Union's pol SE h I iot beeo Governor Napoleon Bonaparte
rebuked becaM r. Stowkton was B roward.
not nominated. .Ha3l.Bother Harris
forgotten T tihe T -.U. supported Braidentown Herald: Rumors
Mr. DavW11
Bro. Harfs dodged the question are afloat here, and they are gener,.
the following sentence is the ally believed, that the Atlantic
part of the paragrap that Brother Coast Line will soon begin the con-
Harris inadvertently (?) left off: struction of ia road from Tampa to
"Has Brother Harris forgotten that foca Grande via Braidentnwn. and
the T..U. supported Mr. Davis?. that the Braidentowu Tractloq
Now. why did Brother Harris pub- com nY will extend its linq to Sar-
lish the first sentence and leave o0 asota. It is impossible to confirm
the last sentence of our ditorial these rumors at this'time, but many
paragraph? Is there ay one of believe them to be true. The im-
our readers too dull to understand provements would be a great help

it? We think not.. o Iridentown and Manatee
Following the quotatio tromn the county, and we hope they will be
STAR is an editorial by Brother made.
Harris in which he tiles to belittle All the big farming that was ever
Stockton and Bars, .and wants his done is not confined to the United
readers to understand that the de- States of America, for. according to
feat of those gentleme.n was a decia Prof. Lancianus, in Youth's Com-
lyve and signal victory for the Times- paxilon, on Caligula's farm, near
Union, but he seems to lois sight. andelt Rome, "were born on April
of the fact that if the defeat of 5tbh, seventy children, of whom
Stockton and Barr was a victory tairty were of the male sex. The
for the T.-U. the de ttof Davis same day f,000 tnodmil of wheal
must have been as g-et a victory (about '100,000 gallons) were movy
for the papers oppoeing Ib, .4 from teth thresbuing floor to the
Brother HarlA spay "ste 'rie6 s gWanarles; five .hundred y6unl
TUnloun ame .a of the camipOil oxen werebroken."--Punts Gordo
with fyaing elor10," etc., whe* : nd.
knows perfectly well that the tin CertIai. very dishonet pernoni
a didate most earnestly supported thbyg jghout the country who are ad
that paper-Hon. Robent W. .M** pSttlg remedies for all manner a
-was defeated. .U ha,9_' humb ailments, and are thereb:
StohoktsO 1 ( 4 4 t impodsn on the weak in body an4
. vctory s'aI mind, should be put out of business
*. ailnt th d |efeat of DaS great The very lasses that are beini
vitory 'for the inuesville BTAR? swindled by many tuedicine quacki
Brother Iarrls; w. hen. you are and frauds-are the least able to pa:
quoting frOm the STAR please be for remedies from which no benefit
fair enough to quote fully enough are derived, and they should be pro
to make us understood by your tested by stringent laws against suael
readers. robbery.
The Gainesville STAR is making it Is being rumored that Hon
itself appear ridiculous in attack-Daviswill become a c
ing the Integrity of certain news- Rot. W Davis will become a citi
papers which differed with it in tire zen of T mpAs, and apply himself
recent primary election. I he edi- exclusively tu the practice of law
tor of the STAR should have aeulse thousands of Oloridiaun who vote
enough to know that the fight in- against him-as well as those wh
n aide of the party is at an end. It is hia e atoe
now time for all good democrats to were for him-il he recent twou
get together and lineup against the for the Governorship will wish hi
common enemy.--eSota County well wherever he may locate, an
News. in whatever profession he ina
In the first sentence of the above whatever profeion he mow
there is not one word of truth. The
second sentence we will accept a A lawyer in a court room
true if the writer wit substitute the call aman a liar, scoundrel, villia
words "ought to be" in lieu of the or. thief and no one makes a con
word "is," after the word "party." plaint when court is adjourned. I
The third paragraph is true as it a uewspapr.r prints such reflection
stands, and as to what in said in it on a man' character there is a ltb
we agree with the writer. suitor a dead editor. And this
we agrethe with the writer fact that people
. The editor of the STA'a has been lievewhat an editor says what
he asked on several occasions if lawyer saya cuts no flgure.-Rou
is Alachua county's nominees for the County, Colorado, Courier.
Ila Legislature are in favor of a
vagrancy law, We do not A Florida exchange says that
authorized to answer for them. but certain n young man let bill at th
ur will say now, that we believe drug store run for two years befoa
e, they. will favor such a law. The settling. Whe he received bhis it
ke demand'for such a .laW l ra i s miend statement, the first Item wi

be ject. certainly needed--ad it i nursing bottle. Verily time maBel
Lu t9 he hoped that the next legisla. great changes-West Palm Beac
a ture will give us. tbhe law. Many TropicalSun.
of our readers would be glad to Brother Hale, of the Levy Couni
bear from Hons. Rosborbugh and Advooast, haas recently been "roam
er- Tillman on the subject, sad We iung" a "feather man." Brothi
'e- open our columns to them to speak Hale ls as brave a man aa lives
- about the matter. t*y county, so it can't be aa
e that, the roasting was adminlstan
ave your sep and ma d Br I A, two an wa a
a Godwin and try to wpe i omeo e the "feather man w
m-.thinmd that you hkave 5 s dab "light weight."


a. bl t i e di.r It is said that there are three m,
erm as yS and Al o the tian iad Md runnings for Congre
as dard, uned not talk giving away In Marylan-. It spams that Msr
as your seoap *md iH Mt lawd Ilnd ks diooned to a Mad campaign
i both in your palesa.-, uUe Butleand whether the Mdds are elect
SStarhe dit oz t. Lakh Ba: or defeated, at the end of the can

Sta isa sp .J "*ow--w he he pagb a tlhei namea will be Mud,
SIs aalwep*d ar st ap w know Dmunk in oice is disgrace
t was never usiale eSept st pM ft and the dent people of an
h meant and in the0"t. cou mpatny aSholm put aucba m
Themspog*%'be.,Ire elt ~l outa".tlkol4a"d'thus place tl
these aetabf .wof their sonde tion upon
lYthe Str S and the ofical.-LeI
d. shoui Tmaga-C.atSO
ly ter what ai '. .TO --- ..
res about t Tha~mua twho refuses to pay h
Probably tih, 40.*.,ait.l, an4t hia editor's bil
tlabout iPhgf g4 has o Jears about his fatmil
ful absot. is -.diagabhe to $ad doctors wi
h tthlabeen..'. to pttsce i'hfm dead, an
Iiiafalks I ltha'to.writ*hil obitt
,. N, U.t,, x
,'tts' W.tediW hasa sm..


i'$Wlsrl4~ lit


-.- C. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oala0ville, FloI
Oppoate Brown House.
'Phone No. 97.


rida.


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ATTOltNIV AT LAW.
CI*,eallla.. Florida.
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THk MARCH
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Is sometimes hard to keep pace with I..,
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whether ou want to build one house,,
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Air Line Railway
Schedule IFffective. December 7, 1903,.
27 i SO TII~N V ..O I ..... 3.. t~


7. '- SS acksN DVISION


40)P
13p
3611
361p
'5P


9 35a
10 15
1 .6
12 201)
I 261)
I 58P
2 55P
5 ulp
4 1'4
5 11P
7 th4p
7 281P
7 145
6 t40)


NORsI JalAND ille


I.v J]cknqruville .
jAr I'erinandlii .
Ar llrunswick .
Ar Savannah .
Ar Inirfltx .
Ar Jrienmark .
Ar Columbia .
Ar Culen .
Ar I Ininlet .
Ar %% ilmingtoii .
Ar Southern 'iines
Ar Ralcigh ...
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richnioni, ,Va.
Ar \\ aslaington .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar l'liladelphia .
Ar New York .


Lv . Jacksonville .
. aldwin .
.. W aldo .
Ar. {GAINESVII.LE,
Ar . Cedar Key.. -
1iv .. Silver Springs..
. O.aMa .
. Wildwood .
... Orlando .
Dale City. .
. Plant City .
.. Palmetto .
Manatee .
. S rasot .
Ar . Tanmp .


12
14


34 6 WE-. W RLAN 56 5-


34 66
9 ton 7 5011
> 151 9 O0p
SuIp 10o 35P
I Iop 1 I 50a
3 "9p I 441
3 57F 2 2Oa
5 30P 3 55P
7 4op 5 54a
9 55p 8 oSa
1. 2 o5p
i iHp 9 36a
1 531P 10 45a
8 ooa 5 35P
6 358 3 12p
U loa 8 3op
i 25a 11 25P
1 36p 2 5oa
4 15P 6 3o0


* Ar 50*


.Ar
S. Lv
Ar
- Lv


12a
2on
14A
l4a
5oa


1 34 i


7 2511
6 300u
4 o4a


I 55a
13 231
7 0.O
10 28p
9 23p
4 45P
3 50P
C"QQ
0 00


4 .
2 9

1 2 51p
2) 411)

10 3711
9 45a
7 428
7 -'7t
8 9S'..


WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
I,v Jacksonville .. 3 4op 9 2,a
Ar Lake City . .. 5 SIP 1 2,-
Ar Live Oak . 6 35p 12 0L41.
Ar Madison . .. 7 55p 12 51i,
Ar bontucello ... 9 1op 3 15i,
Ar Tallahassee ..... .. 9 4op 151,
Ar Quincy . .. 4 i1"|
Ar River Junction. . .. 5 o05
Ar Pensacola ....... t. o 5u
Ar Mobile .. .. . a S5'
Ar New Orea. .... 7 2.5
Lv Jacksonville ... ..... . p
Ar Macon . . 3 4
Atlanta . . 7 5,a
Chlattaiooga . .2 L5
Nahville . ..... 9 20op
St Louis . . 7 3,a
Chicago _.. .. .. 9 I ,.t


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Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers betweeii
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day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmand. Cafe dining
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No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Taumpa.
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
meilinte points, and at Archer with Farly Bird branch.
Nos. 56 acnd 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steaners for Key West and Ilavana.- Leave Port Tampa 4undays. Tuesday and
Thursday, 11:15 p. in.
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E. C. COBlt Ticket Agent. Gainesville.

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On sale daily. Good fifteen days. coaches o only.
For reservations and information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write
Address: FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pais. Agt.,
138 W. lty St., Astor Bnildlnug,Jackanmille, Fla
If. 5i. EMERSON, Traf. MNgr., W J CRAIG, Q n. Pttm1, At,
Wilmington, L'. W uoa, N. C0.
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