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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: July 5, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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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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THE G-NEVLLE SA
L~r P',* ) l- %C) C). '1' T_- IC> I M- BIr :FjE8 A J) POIO SeIE8~ F O ~ O t7~T Ab'~~Z.5E


GAIN1ESVI1LL14 IFLIORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1904-- -


aC 4HI I AN..BLE WOM4LN (lONk.
NI s. u' r F-hller I led Vsaterday-
t -mtk.b m Pk| | bws Funeral This AfternMoon.
IfTfl I Farc'e II iut in was liorn iln 'nion
....I County., Not th Caru.ina July 24th., s870i,
.. andl died iin Gaii-e.vjilt- July. 4th 194,
"g d..1 i r1! )t ar.~ tn.l 2r 2 u, dl s. Her p.treats
,randest Tlie Gainesvillc 11 Si aS..l,,iu iI,,,,ii, h-.en li ilurence was a
Yet. WitneaSed. smalll 0 ill there she grew up into beaiu-
W ee tiful woa.ii hiood. Shite wilt educated at
.-....- r t;ieeisbi,ro,. Nbiloi Ct'arolina, and while a
-i -- -- .... .. ...ti lent ini college ecamnlie a iueniber of
LORIOtS OLD TIME FOURTH lMe .Me tlloiist chlnrch. She and Mr. W.
lifer were ioil happily married Sept.
.. .. .. /tth., lt. a J a nd lh-ae to -Foiula-anlI
largest Crowd That Ever As- iaile their homet Rochelle. until tiiev
sembled lere-Only One a miti 4Pe t. Ganuesville abont 4 years ago.
Disorder. Of te deceased's ow immediate fain.
io', ily, she leaves a ittother, sister anil broth-
Vesterdlay's Pourth of July celehb.tion ('r, aiin four children, aisid a tldeoted bus-
,is the grandest affair of its linld th. t bhindl t itintirin litr departure.
ver was witnessed in Gainesville. Mrs I'liiferw.its.a iost excellent wouian,
Early in the morning pl)opie lbe iii to I one of the best iii our city. Those who
Arrive in the city, and before to o' chck knew her most iiitimiiitely prized her
he streetSWere a moving sea of ihuiiii- most highly. It is6 iot every coUmunlity
ty. Every incoming train, on iall of the- that is lile-sed witlh a character so rare
nilroids brought additional crowds, uii- 'as hter. -lie Wits (.tie of the queens of
il by noon there were unsme people in e.trthl whose life iand character entitled
Iainesville'thsn were ever here nt ianr her to a crown uf enduring beauty and
mne time on a previous occasitii. glury. llighly eJucated, refined, loving
The program previously puhlislihe tai e ni hloy.il, inlelectual and religious, she
lhe Star was carried out in an n.liitiralile preitiltei alheautiful coiitbinlationt of rare
naniner, and for every one pieseintthtisre eleiiniits of character that one seldom
Was something of interest, see4
At 8:30 a. m. the street parade nty the Ab a ituther shie was one of the best.
laineaville Silver Cornet Band wjs a 11er ciiltrein receivela niothber's welcome
uagnl6ficent treat, and set the people anid a iiothers hand, and thoughtful at-
ronlering if the best had not come lirst elienion. She believed that a mother
F 1o.. 9:30 to 1:3o the attractions cin. could not turii over the rearing of child-
iistl of cake walks, sack races, climb. ren to others while she passed her time
ng the greased pole, catching the greais- itt fashionable living. The world needs
il pig, bicycle riding and taking .iigs more mothers of her type,
roimi a hook foot racing. etc., and l th-.e ier chiris;ain life was regular, tue,
,ports furnished much ainuseiient-t for all unto Iptrc. Slihe lived as a follower of her
orti, sizes, ages and condition-, of s | -c l.ster-ir should. Her religious convic
ators, tlnli, g ae color to her entire life. She I
At 11:30 the great Ru'ssiat J;,:ii..e ,h. 1 ii,,t miiake religion a cloak of seeming
tav.il lhttle began. T'he battle I% cipecuttility, liut it was a first principle,
ought with water, but the coii.it:inti, ail coitrolliig power in her lifp. The
went about it like they im-ia'it hb-i.n.i-s lih-lih of wAhich she was a member will
Itill Lie fight was a desperate toie.nil i-. mi- liher effective service which she so
iultedl in a victory for the Japs. 'linly and cheerfully rendered. -
At 12:30 the merchants cartit.:l p1iir.iile I iiesville hlia lost a gifted woman; h
ilartei, and was one of the most t11'glit-i. tii.i :ihtrcli, a godly ncitnber; her has- i
ceiit of its kiud ever s-eni t11t11I- cits I..tl li. vi ng, ilevoltel wife; her child.-
The floats and decorations, < te le'"i u'I 1'i -1i t ti. titn, mother; lier fitniili a loving f
lii, in some instances cuili. *-.-4tr ,A li hlir f i-ld, a trutlted nud high I
At 2-.io Hon. Chris .M iili',oMn t 11 i11 .',1 I i i -.' t
ioducedl hy Ma1 or Tlihoiu ., i, .111 i il' it r. '1 i, t11, thl of fhe eV ti e 'oiiU .itii'.ty s
e1 froin the balil st&n : r. ;i r. :-it.i r I. i er illy given to the bereaved h
ashionel PotirtL o July tor iiii i i. r .. i tlhe d i 1.
tlitlne-ii who was iicier kl ii, i I' w i ll I, I, *1. from Ktva-
iltke a poor speech, made 11 isc 1 I ,,-- *. i \l|,-ti ,ili.it c'itirchl this mftternoon i
Dn this occasion, and be hail as i. I I .tn I villal h coituicted iiy
ars perhaps the largest nmiiiber I \V I .rlwnter. The intc rttent a
iln gentlemen that ever t' stenel-' i .',I I1 l i, i ,' I .r~reein Ce(. etary. I
oration from the band stand. (


At 1:30 about 1,ooo people a- tii- -lIe,1c I
at the baseball park and wA mtiin.-.il in i
etrestiig game of ball by thle t '.mhi-1.1 -,
tiw Starke teams. Tlie visitors aw vi. ,--
feate I hy the home boys by i score l i i
to I o.
The crowd was not otily the i.rg-,'.t
ilht ever assembled it Gaitnebville. lnw
Was perhaps the most orderly as vell
Tlierre as only one disorder dutrizng 'tie
day, antml that was at the b.si.-uall park
during thie progress of the bi'l g,.lme
jerry Wills, of Starke is laii to huve rais-
el a disturbance on the ball ground an
drew a revolver, but was promptly taken
charge ouf by Officers Fennell, 'iinko-
sou and others, and taken from the scene
of the disturbance. He returned, how-
ever, iii a few umlules, but no oth-
er trouble occurred.- We are told that
Wills is a deputy sheriff In his county,
4ail as such claimed the privilege of car-
rting the revolver.- It is to be regrettedl
exceedingly that this affair occurred, as
it alone prevented the day 'being one of
perfect peace and haittotny.
It should be remembered that Gaines-
ville is a dry town, and nq one can doubt
ll1at this fact sccoqnts for the excellent
order that prevailed haere yesterday.
We are sorry that we can not give a
more perlectand extended account of the
celebration in today's paper, but tiane
lost from work yesterday renders it itn-
Possible for us to d6 so now, but in our
sex, issue we will have something more
to say. and will publish a list of those
1ho won prizes.
We feel, however, that Jt would not be
jest right not to say at thIs thme that our
'.erchanis and other -boi~nes- men acted
iIobly in the matter pf getting up the
Iasnd celebration, med to Hon. W. G.
Robinson, president of the board of
Trade, is Iue especial praise for his untir-
1In0 effort to make the .oceaalon a grand
iticcess.

High Springs to Celebrate.
We have bee nsemed to t ouncea
th light Sprin b te cne of
e greatest barbeee e pd palebration of
Ie "year. on lbor DaySe 8
Those w ho haovet@ tilUkialat handas-
isre us that High pa .iwallhe' bpre-
pared to take caresWo *3 tten the
l celebration, a .te bine afraid oi
eing away huungry, '
S.Napoleon Io. C.
Plton. J. L am w pi. un t
1 peaker1sa 1es*tdAdm hot

3t wW be on hk e 4 ver ad,


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IL'A 'Ill OF 1RI. 15UNC-H.
1)e I at the tidd allows Sanitarium
Sunday Afternoon.
'l\niir ,t p.ith il illness, wliich medical
.t ill .11- i in i t opEl Ain ettioii failed to re-
lie\e. \lr-. J. NI. Hi iitch, of IDtttton, died
i n tl-e < >, 1I .ll w wv s.-i. ita rinl t il th is
citv it.n- l itfte'tIIo nti.
Theli lstI sa; etiiuliiited l hy undertaker
lC I 11.. ti nd shipped to ltayard, near
J tck-viii, ille, for ,ini itl.
lI it-e '.e t I leave. to toiurn iher demise
a grief -sitri iiken nli ,tul, three aSmtall
cliildien, tand other relatives mind friends,
to all of whoin the Starexteindl symnpathy
in this their hour of sore bereavement.

Baptist, Methodist. Preebyterlan
Thiue iptist, Methodist and 1'resbyte-
rians of this city will hold union services
every -utnday night front now until the
last Sunday in Septenmber, to all ol which
services the public is cordially invited.
July to. at NMethodist church, Rev S.
11. Rogers. of the IaptisI church
July 7, at l'resL terian church,. Rev.
W J Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
July 2.1, at Baptist church, Rev. W. 1.
Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
July 31, at Methodist church, Rev. T.
P. [lay. of the Pieshmytenaln church.
August 7, at P'resbyterians church, Rev.
5. B. Rogers, oif the Baptist clhurch.
August 14, at Baptist church. Rev T.
P. Hay, of the Presbyterian church.
August zt, at Methodist church, Rev.
S. B. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
August 28, at Presbyterian church, Rev.
W. J. Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
September 4, at Baptist church, Rev. W.
J. Carpenter, of the Methudist church.
September 1I, at Methodist church,
Rev. T. P. lHay, of the Presbyterian
church.
September 18. at l'resbyterian church,
Rev. S. B. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
September 25, at Baptist church, Rev.
T. PI. Hlay, of the Presbyterian church

fir. Palmer Appointed.
On June 25 ult., Mr. W- i. Palmer, a


prominent attorney of this city, was ap-
pointed Refree in Bankruptcy for the
Southern District of Florida, which takes
in the counties of Alachup, Marion,
Bradford end Lake,.
Mr.. L ft. Voyle has been Refree in
this district but his term haIing epeiredl
et decided at to be an applicant for re-

SMr. Palme ino be congratulated upon
recxvfim te ajspftowt.ia end the p.-
pwein tu edltrdetuWOto be congratulat-
1 A. J1 W A,

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THAT HOLLEY


HOBSON AFFAIR


Rev. Holley Presents Himself to
G.iinesville ChurCh.


MINISTERS' COUNCIL CALLED.


Twenty-Five iptist Ministers
to Be Here Next
Tuesday.
Rev. J. B. Hol:ey, one of the editors
and proprietors of the Soutlhern Kaptiat
Witness, whlio, It ill be remienmbered by
our readers was rather summarily ex-
pelled from nt enbersltip in the Jackson-
ville BIaptist church last Wednesday
night, presented himself for membership
in the First tBaptist cihurchi, this city, last
Snndav n1io-tin1g. I'astor Rogers ex.
plaitned to tlieclihrcli the liuniiliating cir-
cumintainces under which Mr. Holley
ciane, tnid tl.e enibarrassinig positlou the
a n(ir had iput the (saine rille church in.
altd1 suggested that Lthi church call a
council of twenty-four prominent Baptist
ministers of the State to meet in Galnes-
\ ille on T'utsdaj July 1i, and thorough.
ly investigate the charge against Rev.
Holley, the action of the Jacksonville
Baptist church in dealing with the mat-
ter, etc. Thi pastor's suggestion was ac-
cepted, and by a unanimous vote ot the
church it was decided to call the council
of ministers to investigate the matter.


tlk ApltsC In Soolety.
To ape anything lsa sign of vacuity
of mind; to ape the follies of those
above you Its one of the most offensive
for ns of vulgarity. Yet we sea the Xfl-
lies of the uppermost classes steamly
Imitated all down the different Mets of
society, and the popularity of every
book dealing Wvlth the peerage I8a
proof, if one were needed, of what ab-
sorbing interest our tfalings are to the
public. There la nothing we will not
write upoh to gratify this vulgar curi-
osity; nothing ls in too had taste If by
Its publication we can raise a little of
the "needful." Our B"ondals, our In
trigues, our inane oonvermation, our
bills and even our means are recorded
for the benefit of i public which, while
professing to be horrified, gredily
cries for more.-A Countess In London
Outlook.
Tehaeao Pop W Wea.
In the early history of Virginia and
Jfaryland tobacco was by all odds the
most Important crop. and It was even
possible at times to secure a wife In ex-
change for a moderate amount of to,
bacco, as In later days In the west a
squaw could be obtained In exchange
for a small amount of whlasky. In 1783
at Jamestown tobacco was made a le-
gal tender for all debts. Including cns-
toms. In about a dosen years after the
founding of Jamestown by Captain
JTohn Smith an English nobleman, .Sr
Edwin Bandys, brought over with a
ship load of supplies ninety yFOau
lish malds, who immediately upon th ai
arrival were wooed and married r the
colonslats, each being pi for a tthe
rate of "120 pounds of good tobacco."

Very Abieni taC.4
"Talk about absent mla4ednems" said
a man the other day, "why, I like It,
for when I was a by I worked tfor
man who was so absent minded that he


Rev. Holley and this church % 111 be gov- discharged me three times In on* week
erned by the finding and recommend and paid me a weeole wages each
Lion of the council Unme."
The circumstances of the trouble be- The IsaUse~ment mneomuplete.
tween Rev. Holley and his partner in the She (romante)-Wben you first saw
newspaper busliiess-Rev. WV. A. Hobson the wonderful Niagara falls, didn't
-is fresh iu the minclj of our readers, you feel ia though you would like &tt
and need not be re-related here. Suffice Jump In?
it to say that after business differences He-Ne, I hadn't got my hotel bill
had caused the two editors to fall out taen.-Toledo Blade.
tnd come to blows, Holley did all that PsIFsmantle. a
is required of any offender to make At least bait the work done In tlhe
friends with and secure the forgiveness of I world is of no particular use unless It
lnobson, and Hobson absolutely refused may be for exerelao.-Milwaukee Sebtl-
o sucetCpt his apologies, anal to tie t i1t sk4 nel.
teeni that the Jacksonville church acted
hastily when' it withdrew fellowship frni
Mr. Holley. Try Pagan's market for beat ueats.
I he public in genera l.anil lthe IBaptist % res. F. M. ('ellen is visiting relate ts
leoniatinalon iii particular will look for- In Albany, Georgia.
waril with much interest to the meeting Pastor Voiter, of the Alachua liaptist
Ltis decision of the eonncil of Baptist Church, was in the city Sunday.
ttiisters here next Tuesday. and every If you want to bay, rent or soll a
hliristin -whether a llaptist or of some house.-See Moyer.. \
lther dlenomination-will wish for a set- Mr. Waits, a prominent wood and tie
ling of the difficulty in the way that ise contractor at Grove Park. was in the city
to plaiutnly set forth in the Bible by the Saturday.
greit head of tne Chriatian chi-rch. Dr. Wm_ .. f t iHlt .-.iow.


Attention K. of P.
There will be a regular communication
of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 2o K. of I'. at
their Castle Hall Tuesday evening at
So. clock.
A full attendance desired and visitors
cordially welcomed. J.B. D or.LAs,
W. W: MCKINTr av. C. C.
K. of R. and B.


Johna Adams' OpIMate of Waahlamenea
After dinner one night 4 vist.r
stepped lqto the hall to help Ada&a p*t
on his coat. Adams tbatked ht.i
"Don't mention It." was the solemn
toady's reply. "No6 attntiUo 1* toe
great, no trouble tol too tmseb that we
of this century have the pleaosre of
taking for the patriots of tbe Revohl-
tion-for Oeorge Waeshigte ad ye
self, air." Adams' sharp retort Was:
*Don't mention Washlagtol to tte, irl.
Washington was a doltr-f"m*aBbeol
"Remnluscencen of EsIeSroo."
Maetuwi'a Gas CA41aU.
The great landmark In Moatreal t
the Cathedral of Notre. Dame, whlen,
next to the famous esttheral la the
City of Mexico, is the largest ebarik
building in America an d ba8 a s 06
Ing capacity of 12,000. The ehlre a m'
built In 180 and is noted torw itN e
tflicent chimes, one of the bells t
wlich, called "'Le Gror Boordon," to
one of the largest suspended bells i
the world and weighs 24,780 pounds.-
Four Track News,


was here Sunday on important profese
lonal business.
Editor Setzer, of the High Springs
Uornet, was taking in the sights in the
city yesterday.
Mrs. W. R. Thomas and children
havw returned from a week'a sojourn at
White Sbrings.
Mises Zmma and Gertrude obbinson
have returned from a visit to friends in
Charleston, 8. 0.
J. A. MAladenu of Taspa, I in tia city,
Therm seems to be sme attraction here
for Mr, Muaden.
'ax Collector W. W. Colson returned
a few days ago frdan a delightful outlng
at Hampton Springs.
L. T. Rour, a former hqhly respeeled
citian of Oasiesville, but niw of WiUi,
ton was In the city Pridsy,
J. 4. Crew, rep Mt se Tie
Union, ( in tu sdtf ad im, mea6g
Apaud the Stat oat e sterat ll .s..
Capt eow. M. l-UNet I r turbat
from South Florida, whe hbe wont -la
the Interest ot the BuattI6rldat"u l sry.
Dr. B. C. lodges, a p bmlsag phi.mte-
Uan and surgeon of High "p 0 f
business visitor to the dity tih *a.4.,=
Rev. Lm. D. Getgsr, w"euy i '
retary of the Florida Uaptlt *at3t
vention, andeditor of the Apiqa .11..
zen, was hereisturdal eongrJi.sw atit
Rev. S. 8. B ogeps, pr ealte i9j State
Convention and pastor of Gc 0 evll-
First Baptlat church.


J. C, Long, of Duitton, was int the city
yesterday, and paid the editor a silver
wheel for a year's asubsciiption to the
STARt.
Cotractor Witsatock will begin in a
few days the erection of a haiidsote
residence for Totp F. Mclleath on N. Uni-
versity street.
Ceo. L. H1r)nn( and H. Mci,. ready,
High Spriigs, andt J. R. WiliiUais, Ala.-
chus, were antongi the liusiless visitors
to the city Fliday.
L. T. Stringer, S M. Ulitch and Mr.
Sapp arrived, in Ab thty Snttdayy fron-telt-
and remained over for the Poii tli of July
celebarLion yesterday.
City rlarhali C. H. Crisman, of Mica-
nopy, who is one of the county's best
citizens, paid our saictumn a pleasant call
while in the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. P. Garrett and two ehaising
daughters, Misses Alum and Outera. Mc.
Cook have gone to Colemnan, in South
Plonida, where they will spend a mouth.'
Rev. mnd Mlrs. J. B. Holley and child-
ren, of Jacksonville, arrived in the city
Saturday and will spend a few days with
Mr. and and Mrs. J. E. Wauioi'ght and
othbr friends.
Tom F. McBeath of last Florida Send-
nary faculty will leave for Orlando Satir-
day to take charge of the summer school
at.that point. Mr. McBeath will be gone
two months.
S. M. Blitch, of Jeunings Lake, paid
us a pleasant call yesterday, and renewed
his subscripton to the STAM. Mr. Dlitch
Is a leading citizen of lia section, and a
staunch.f rend of the STAn.
Rev. W. J, Caipenter, pastor of the
KIavanaugh Methodist Church, return-
ed to the city Saturday from Oak Vale,
pear Wacahoota, where he was orator of
the day at a big picnic and celebration.
C. V. McKinstry has opened a. new
stock-of groceriesin the new Baukulght
store on West Union street. Gaineville is
Mr. McKinstry's home, and being a very
popular and competent young man we
p.edict for bhim a pleasing success in. the
grocery business here.

4 4


io. Merritt 0,.thell,
The Celebrated New York City
OCULIST,


Weekly Visits Beginning
July 14th-16th
Thursday from a o'clock
To Friday at a o'clock.

Brown House Parlop,
EXAMINATION FRE ,
SATISFACTIOflNO UAiAIrED. 5
ewbferty, Monday mfiorn
July a5.

PL OR DImYaV B .'
tit tlut court, albth Judintal
rc Ata county, Florida. In

.1, b I ll or Divorce,
Lteve ee, J .


r"'r~' v'' -


.-. S, iLL FOR DIVORCE.
1* U" eatFOlt court, eighth Judicial
cfrcisilmb,4lit I county, Florlda. In

o it;.. .* 1W for Divorce.
Arthur.vin ed to
[tppoelrinr'y vlljTt appended to
the bl Sfled at. ht. lbeg fted cause
that Arthur Davia, the d Up4.nt therein
named, Is a reeiden ttw Mtateof Flor.
ita, and has bee-a abasmt tM Vs reei-
dhnce for more than s11eTy ay*'e d-
ing this order of pablioa i'e W eon-
cealing himself so that se:a!t e1VOt be
made upon him and ti aslt n .g Of
twenty-one vaer_ it is bj w I
-ihat iM-aid president defendant FMh.ixw 1.
hereby required to appear t6 1t" bill of
contlsaint filed in said oausi t a' before
Monday, the tat day of Augul, A. D_
904, otherwise the allegationua mt. iid
bill will be taken as confessed by said 4e-
fendant.
It In further ordered that this order be
published once a week for four consecu-
tive weeks in the (Giiuesville Star, a
newspaper published in said county and
State,
Thl June 30, 1904.
LinEAL.J II. C. Denton,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By B. W.etldges, Deputy clerk.
A true copy ii=- li l
H. C. Denton.
clerk circuit Court
Per S. 11. Wlenges, D. C.
HI. G. Mason,
Solicitor for contplainastt.


BILL. FOR DIVORCED.
In the Circuatt Court, Eighth Judicial-
Circuit, Alaclu n county, Ploridn. In
Chatucery.
Alice Collins
vs, Bill for Divorce..
Richard Collin.s,)
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed itt the above sate4' cause
that -Hichard I ollins, the Defeidant
theeiu named, is a realdent of the 6tlte.
of L"lorida, and has been absent fro a 414
residence for more than sixty days pre*
ceeding this order of publication and la
concealing himself so that service cannot
be made upon him and is over the ase of
twenty-oue year*; it is therefore ordered
that aaid resident defendant be and he
ia hereby required to appease' to the bill of
complaint fied In eai! cause on or before
Monday, the l1t day of August, A. U.
1904 othe4ise tbeallegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed by said defend.
dant.
It is further ordered that this order be
published once a week for (qur copnecu.
Uve,weeks in the Gaineavlle Sftar news.
paper published in aid county and State.
This June 3o, 1904,
.([tAr] H, Dentes,
g clerk :ircuit Court.
1i) S H. WVingen, Deputy clerk.
A truic ropj of originTal.
H C. t luton,
i Irrk circu t c uirl.
e'sr 8 IIi. W i I t.'., I), ,C.
F. O, l ijsl,
iollaitor for comiplaina it.
BILL POR DIVORCE.
In the Circuit Court, Elghth Judicial
Circuit, Alachut county, Florida. In
Chancery. .
Jila small
V BIII for Divorce.
Alfred Small,
It appearpg by affidavit ap ended to
th-billl b In tbe adbo1e 1t10ead cn'
that Alfred Sma4l, the derefOant themin
namedis a resident of the State of F)19id,
and has been absent from his nolideu '
for more than ly days proceeding t
order of publication and la concealing
himself so that service cannot be. ade
upon him. and is over the age of ftm.ty
one yearl it IU therefore order .t
Maid rofdent defendant hn sad s i
hereby required to appear i, the.
complaint filed in mald eonu. n ,t
MoUtday the st day of *.,alis .
1904. otlbrwise the oeso:n5
1 will be takep aspie |
defendant .'''R


rug More, ,igo springs.

BILL FOR aVORCe.
In the Cirevit Court, EIghth JudiIa
ciralt, Alachua county, Florida. In"6
Matter,. .W er.on
S. .., Bil111 for Divorce. 1
V. A ae, I / _
It a tppe e lbavb t m de to .
the bi-fll ad-ln he iabaote,- sats; ,LW
that V. A. Wilkesmon. tlae,' t
therein named is a reeldesnt pite
of Florida, aad ba been abeU tf t
residence for mqre than sixty day. IM
enedihgthis oyder of publication
eatoesling hidnelf o that iservio e
be made upon him and sla ov 'the
of twenty*one years it s therefore
,dared that said reideut defendant be
he ia hereby required to appear to '
bill of complaint filed in said ceme on at .
before Monday, the sat day of Aiglut,". ,
A. D. 19oI, otherwise the -legati of
said bllfwill be taken as oh QNf ay
said defendant. .,.
It is fnthsr ordered that this on 9t .4,W
jtublibshetd once a week for f.aur tO a,
tie wCetk in the (Glaineville Sa
ecwsp.uprr pnth lahel itn said county tid
State.
ThCiB June 30, 1904. ,
L lerk ,('Circuit Cot .
By 8, H. Wienges, Deputy Clert.
A true copy of original.
H. C. Denton,
clerk fireuit court.
Per 8. H. Wie ges, D. c.
SH.O Maaon,
SoH i toor for complainant. s'a

TAXt D3D PNOTICL. '
Notice of ap7l01i"t o for Tax D
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I KEEP TIME

If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
S it you'll wonder why you didn't think of us long before.
All work gtuifanteed. No hasty dipshod job leaves our
shop. Noe butt the best material umed, and you will
not graumble at the prices either.

S" H. C. Stevens,
JEWaLIR,

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eroklyn, N. Y., April lt, '*
Dr. S. 13. .Giddlup, .;
)ear Sir:-W I you kindlyi *
by return mail if you cam is4l: .
bottle of Hair Grower the Ut
(Tradle Mark) and if so I will
a postal note for the .sanme.
me '.: amount ol postage if it
ma.'.-. "f,,
W !en in Florida the winter '
and '98 used five bottles of the
five cnt size and produced a nice
of hali where it had been enUlj
for ffteen yau. and now* T would 1lige
try it once more if I can get it.
Vours truly,
59 Hicks t. J. W. HAVNa.
State of Florida, ) .
County of A)acbua,
City of Gainesville. j ..
Personally appeared before the at4'
scriber, a Notary Public, in and for it.
State of Florida, at large, S. B. GddiI ,
who being dauly sworn by me d.-''.
says that he above testmonalt-eIM
to him by mail by J. W. Haynw, s *,
whom he had never seen or aa o,,.
also that he had no knowledge of
man ever having used or pro.urd .
Unparalleled Hair Grower, end a f ars
he knows no one had Influenced him to
aend it, and that the man has never re-.
ceived anpthiag for sending it.
I t5a i mbrbed before mae this
X y mI baveinbar, A. 1. xoa.

Notry Pubic felor tha of.
at lare .
Sold b Dr. B. GibblndG
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Ish them. It was taken from the fed-
eral courts by the act of congress of
1831, which act deprives those courts
of the common law power to protect
by this process, their suitors, wit
nesses; officers and themselves against
the libel of the press, though pi blish.
ed and circulated pending the trial of
a cause thereltn
"Thatt newspapers "sometinles en-
gage in unwarranted criticism of the
courts cannot be denied. In some in.
stances they construe the liberty ol
the press as a license to authqrt.se
them to engage In wholesale abuse of
the court, but these Instances are rare
and do not warrant a departure from
the welf settled prinolples of the law
as declared by congress apd con.
strued by the courts, It Judget
0oarged with the administration ol
the' law' are not to be critiiolsed on
account of their official conduct thu
liberty of the press Is abridged and
the rights of Individuals Imperiled.
"There may be instances where tho
publication of editorials or other mat-'
Ler In newspapers would bring the au.
thor within the limitations of the stat.
ute. Por Instance, If a nidspaper
should publish an article concerning
a trial which was being considered by
a Jury and should send a copy of the
paper containing such article to the
lury or a member thereof, during the
progress of the Irlal, for the purpose
of Influencing them In their docislon,
it would present a question whether
such conduct would not be .misbeha-
vior In the presence of the court, or
so near thereto as to obstruct the ad-
ministration of Justice.
"It appears that the distinguished
Judge who adjudged the petitioner to
be In contempt of court exceeded the
authority granted In the act of 1831,
and that the court was without Juris-
diction. Such being the case tho
Judgment of the court Is void and
therefore a nullity.
"In view of the foregoing, the court
finds that the petitioner Is unlawfully
restrained of his liberty, and It is
therefore considered and ordered by
the court that the naid Josephus Dan-
iels be discharged from the. custody
of the marRhal of the United States
and that he go hence without delay."

PANTHER ORDERED TO HAITI:

'Germany's Demand for Redrbea to be
Backed Up By Gunboat.
The German gutboat Panther, now
at Newport News, has received orders
by cable to sail for Port-au-Prince Inm-
medlLately.
The sailing of the Panther for
Haiti Is due to the decision of Ger-
many to Insist on punishment of the
palace guards who recently threw
stones at the German and French min-
liters.

MORE COUNTIES IN GEORGIA


If Conatltutional Amendment Passed


IRREGULARITIES ARE CHARGED.

Georgia Legisllatlive Investlgating Comr
mUtee Severely Criticized.
Georgia capitol offielalr, who were
eritieisod by the report of the legli
lative committee and some mumbera
of the legislature are doing a little
criticising In retaliation.
The committee In Its report point.
ed out every Irregularity that could
be 1ou60d ii every department of the
state, but it did not say anything about
the extra expert accountant employed
by the committee nor. the stenogra-
pher it employed.
There are many leglalators and
state houts officers who contend that
the the extra men were employed and one
member of the house went so far as to
state that he Would fight any measure
to pay for the extra help.
The resolution creating the commit
tee and outlining the work did not ap-
proprlale money for the work of the
tioamittee further than fOur dol-
lars per'day for each member. The
resolution stated that the committee
should employ only one expert ac-
counlant or bookkeeper. The commit.
tee emoloyel On aslsetant bookkeeper,
contrary to the law.- and a stenogra.
pher betdldre. The committee stated In
Its report that twoe accountants and
one stenographer was employed. Theo
report does not mention that only one
accountant and no stenographer was
allowed the committee.
Another question that (he legisla-
tors are Inquiring about and which
some of the capitol officials who were
critcilsed by the committee thln.lj
should be looked Into was the pay
Intent on the part of the governor of
shout $600 to one of the expert ac.-
coontents ol the committee. The com.
Inittee does dot mention In Its report
that this was dope. Governor Terrell
when seen about the matter Wednes
day, said:
"Yes, I paid about $600 to one of the
expert accountants on approval of the
committee. There was no specific law
for the payment, but I took the money
out of my contingent fund upon the
agreement that when the legislature
met the committee would secure an
appropriation and pay back the money.
I had the authority, I am sure. to draw
the moneyouit, but there was no apo-
olal law authorizing me to do eo."
The committee made no mention of
that transaction, but laid particular
stress on the fact that the state house
officers were too aIsx In raising seia,
ries without authority.
The officIal atenogripher of the com-
mittee was employed at a fixed salary
of 5s per day for taking testimony
and $5 per day for writing It out. The/
stenographer, Mr. W. F. Blue, is in
Mr. Hall's office In M-icon. The sn-
aletant expert account, J. T. Puapran.
Jr,, waa the nephew of Senator J. T.
Duncan ,a member of the commit.
tee. Mr. Hall was chairman of the
committee.
The expert accountants were paid
ten and five dollars a dr-- each. so it
la claimed by some. No mention of
the pay is made In the report to the
house. It is charged by some of the
capitol officlala that the acconntants
were around the capitol several days
doing no work. waiting on Instructionp
from the otnnmittee, At the same tUIne
they clilm the accountants were
drawing their paiy.


NO PLEASURE JAUNTS.


eotrgla Senate SquMelhee Proposition
to Attend St. Louie Cronention.
Oeorgia's state senate foi 1904
OpWeed itelf On record Monday as be-
Ing opposed to the breseat general as.
eomily speandlng ay tiue la pleasure
tipti during thi semssona by defeAtfli
IL house taluft ti to 0*te effect thal
th iecani a 'A July 11 ad' lbtead, th01 aetimatl
aemnath eoptap tiesa St St. Louls.

WILL REDUCE FREIGHT RATES,.

Atlen.t.nK 1P- e t*d NartherA, oad
'AfltneseeeW# I)l eat.t
A se _. in' tItIht raSte will
be i gnte1s A.lpata, Rpex
bYe 4 heg1iing
e the. tfttIM


Government Bureau of Labor Begins
Thorough Investigation.
A. Washington dispatch wstys: The
bureau of labor is making an Investil.-
gation of the labor difficulties In Col-
orado under the organic act of tho bu-
reau whlbh charges the commlmione'r
of labor to Investigate the causes of
and the facts relating to controver-
sies between employers and employes.
The investigation, which Is already
under way, may last for same Ume,
as It is the Intention of the btu-ea.i
to go to the very beginning of the
trouble oi'd endeavor to ascertain ex'
actly what the difficult s are and the
causes leading to them.


jatnua. Et e 1 rat army &no t1at1
t'he whole force now has a fighting
Strot of 120 miles.

-- Twenty-One Russians Drowned.
The submarine boat Delfin sank at
,. her moorings in the Neva, oft the Bal-
,' t shipbuilding yard, Wednesday
Morning, with the loss of an officer
oa.. ad twenty men.
The' q cident was due partly to the
e* .. exoeive number of the aorew. mostly
J 0s ...Implieued mnen. and 6hiefly to the
i, tirtunaite- attempt of a man to on-
". pe wMhile his comrades were screw-
.'l' down the manhole.
i The Delln's nominal capacity Is ten
inAW, Instead of which thirty-two en.
. tared the boat, bringing her man-
'o, hole in dangerous proximity to .the
river level.
Just then a tug passed,' sending a
p heavy wash against the boat. At oon
"' as.the water splashed Into the subma-
Srie boat's Interior .. created a palnt
among the novices and one of them
tried to'get out of the manhole, which
the older hands were screwing down
preparAtory to the descent, the sub-
merging compartment having already
S, opened. The water rushed in and with
e manhole open, the submerged ves-
ael sank like.a stone.
V The officers and some of the men
were saved by being blown up through
the manhole by the rush of escape.
air. The Delfin shortly afterwards
was raised. -

MINISTER HEAVILY PINED.

SFRev. Holly Badly Disfigured a Brother
Wearer of the Cloth.
At Jacksonville, Fla.. Rev. J. B. Hol-
S ly a prominent Baptist divine of the
State and one of the edltorp of the
S Southern Baptist and Baptlet Wit-
ness, was fined $260 In the criminal
court. He was charged with assaulting
Rev. W. A. Hobson, pastor of the
FIret Baptist church of Jackeonville,
and also an editor of the same pa-
per.
Rev, Holly. It la charged, struck the
Jacksonville divine In-the face about
tea times and bruised bhim severely.


WINDHAM PLACED IN JAIL
.
Is Charged with Asassilnitlon of Flor-
Ida Town Marshal.
Tuesday, at Punts Gonia, Pla., Sher-
iff Flelder 'arrested R. S. WIndham,
charged with the iamssselinatlon of
Marshal bowman. Windham was ta-
ked to Arcadia Jail.
A man named Cooper has been sen-
tenced to hang for this smie offense
Augulst 5. Public sentiment Is tliat
move than one is connected with the
amaseinlatlon. The evidence on whtch
the arrest Is made is unknown.

MORE MINERS DEPORTED.

General Bell enit Out Afteiter train
Lead f elnm Ceorado.
Another train load of ,deported men
has bee .eat aot from Victor. Cal.
with orders td tnilesd the men at Col-
oredo Sprling, but upon the crr'vli of
4$ train at that place .oaM oore
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FOR "TAPP!NG" KEGS.

FederAl Grand Jury at Atlanta Indicts
Gauger Benjamin Vavls.
Charged with ur.lawfully removing
certain parts of the contents of ca-ks
nod packages of distilled spirits, de-
posited In the- bonded warehouses of
the government, situated orounil Al-
lanta1 In connection with several dis-
tilleries, and carrying on the buitlni-en
of a retail liquor dealer, Storokeepter
asrd' Gauger Benjamin J. Davis, col-
ored, a prominent figuro in iticnal rl
publican circles, who was an alitr-
nnate delegate to the republll-iUn 2on.
venilon, h-s hen lndltciol i ponll
three separat.c counts by the feulerai
grand jury for the present Ileri.

JONES DECLINES SMALL JOB.

Evangelist Says He "Ain't" Got Time
to Be Prohibition Vice President.
The Rev Sam P. Jones. w;in Is re-
ePiperating ai Citoosi Spring". G,a
whe.n sko nim ntion of limit it-lf for thi vie- lirri.-
.1ntilal nominallon on the na.tl i iil
plrohllltion ticket. s-ill:
"I ain't got time for a llrillf jib
like that. I Bitn si on Ih frnl ri ind
of my ow'n shePhbiing and (In iny owII
driving and I like that b ettir thin
crawling up behind some other foe
low."
SEEK TO PROVE CHARGES.

New Turn Given to Broughton-West.
brook Embroglio at Albany, Ga.
At Albany, Ga., WeClneslIny aftr-.
noon a new turn was KgIven th I ieo S'n-
satilonal affair In which Chief o(if Po-
lice Weosbrook andl Revo. t-n e.
1roughton lnve ebeen Ihe central ig-
ures, when twenty.four otf lim niot
prominent blusilness anid iprfl'rsloii l
men of the city published a cardnt In
which a demand was maltte of the I-'.
lice cor'misslon that opliorltinlty li
given the si natory parties to prove
the charges agarn.,t Westhrook.

TRUCE EFFECTED IN DOt lINGO.

Rear Admiral Sigabee Sayo Warring
Factions Make Agreement.
The navy department has received
the following cablegram frnm Roar
AJdmial Sigebee. dated Porto Plata,
Baate Domingo. Sunday:
"Reroesenta'Jves Inwt alion rd the
DeLtreK today according to arrn:;ge-
menats with the rommnnding officer
Of the DetroIt. Poier has been miRrcel
on In Santo iromlngo nuid the rp i-oq'o.-
tlon of bOstIlllles tomorrow 'nd the
neIt two days to obr'an ihP conseni
of tie Mrecognized government."


The trouble Is said to have arose
from a dispute as to the management
of the Southern Baptist Witnom. Tbe
paper In question Is the creature of
John B. iiteton and Re Holly is his
petsoonal representatives in the bual-
ness.


'.'. Physical Examination-Rigid. -
Out of twenty-five youth who had
,' passed their mental examtllnation for
admission Into the naval academy and
were examined physically at Annapo-
i Wednesday, only eleven were auo-
(E^p.e.ful.

NA .'' N GETS COLLEGE DIEGREKI.

Wonderful Deaf, .Dlmb and Ulind Girl


Awarded Diploma. by House Is sueestful.
A dispatch from lambridge, Massn Bigt new counties may be estab-
S ays: Helen Kellair. the Wonderfl ilaed Il Georgia. If the constitiitlonal
I; dumtb and blind student lt d. amendment bill passed by the house
Al ei llege, who comes fom Ti- of representatives gets safely through.
;r' la Ala.. received her dplen The bill provides for a paragraph In
.WWdnesdY with the honor C the State ontitution to read as fol-
' Lltwde. low:
... ure wa a sensatIonal hush thIat "There Shal not be more than one
Oname over th great audjineo when hundred and terty-five counties In this
4tils remarkable soathbt*tet. WA led state."
%rDuWard to talke,her dipll ipi d oue. The amendment, of course, strikes
-iplauee that broke gut 'i-" moment out the present paragraph on the sutb-

xter was tremendous. .Jelt lmitling the number of-countles
S wsemdsto 137. '
R1OOPS PROTECT WHIT1i MAN.
.--POSTOFPPIC a CLERK ARRESTED.
'Wee FPratio to Lynoh Vauglh --
Murdered His Sweetheart. InpeOotere Visit Jacksonville, Fla',
^ Vrdaen, of MississippI. OfiMce and Nab Whitner.
'1 'hvlUe WbdnesdWy called Plt*t* h Inspoetor Peer and Jones
t ,t ptect the life 'at JLao. Wm*4 tihe ith ettor tn chargee at Ohat-
M a...Wll il, 'WIo shot and tas4ebk Tatk Thqea ly that they had
iAnn Luea. Te a Me A-t arrest of Arthur R. Whit,
^ S iH .0i t04S from 0* W iaIt.retister 'Qfl lI the Jack-
o s lle, Jn.. ole, hargig hith wit
4066,* to esseat ot BO fun a regsiter.
-snW end V4 I,~ Sil lette 1l0 of le mMunt being
Mt'aOut wa t u0* .,"a a written copfeeslo *es

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FREEDOM or THE' PRESS IA RAILWAY
JAPS TAKE FORTS FREEDOM OF. TE PRE. .
''Su tined In Notabl D cIelon Hande4 Nstlo6ll Conemrllh4 1 of te Party An, 'erthbound and *outhbourid ";ralne
SwnbyedersItJudI Pritchard Wn6 of te mo 4 iHp.il Name orash Together in a D t. '
Three Hills Around Port Ar- tt RaleIgh, N. C. itk., In the ltoe yofs thP e CMtral wm.ad
thur Successfully Assailed. Aauvi, Nle. WedoUeBdy T* tenth natloinal prohibition con- of Georgia ,qeurred MoSqy mr" laing
....at 4:110 between lFbrt Valley and'Ms,:
Judge J. C. Prltchard, of the United wTntion opened at Indianapolis Wed. con. About three miles north of orMa
States circuit court, flied hip opli'a nileltay morning with four thousand Volely, engine 1462 southbound, met
FIGHT LASTED ALL DAY I the celebrated ca of, olpphui ldlognes, alternates and vlaltors 1036 northbound, In a deep 'cut. Tm
Daniels, before him o l16 tlt qfli&;
beas corpus, charged WthIl contempt present. TomIlnson hall was profusiest thbolund train was loaded with mer'
of court. Mr. Dan01ep, 1o is editor ly decorated with the national colors. cbhallse and the northbound with
Engagement Opened With LIvely Ar- of rho Rail' # 9' and Observer, On. the platform bung pictures of fruit
tlllery DueIl-Russlans Were Final- had been flfed- .QtP.ftr contempt by Abrahast Lingoln,. Clinton B. 'Flake' frtee of the cars were plied up
ly Forced to Retreat, Leaving District Judget unell. and Franoel Willard. on th two engines and the wreekag.
Their Guns. Jldge Prtdanid's opinion will be Toe coavintlion was called to order at once tWok fire. Both trains werd.
reaodniselq e an Important legal rec-t by atlonal Chairman Stewart, of running at a high rate o fppeed, and
ord. and' Is a careful and comprehei. IOblcag, -Who aid the convention just the tom'e Ot the collision weas terrific.
A special of Thursday from Toklo i slt review of the law as apliaLd to assembled' wa the only obe that had Fortimately both crewe-saew the daa'
itates that In fierce fighting which UeWipVpe--r -utterances that might a real issue to present to the Amerl. ger n tlmo e and Jumped for life.
ook place at the rear of Port Ar- be construed as contempt of court.1 can people. -.-.....,
hur, Sunday, June 20, the attack was The text of the decision In part is a Mr. Bteart introduced homer L. RED. ANTS ON THE WAY.
simultaneous. by the Japanese troops folows: d. w Castle, of Pittsburg, tempc-ary chair --n
Sa. "In oraer to deteroe weterher tho man of the convention. Cook -WIII-ArtrveIn New O leani With
Sthree ills.w Which were strongly petittioner is entitled to the relie FVollowing Mr. Castle's address. W. Host of oll Weevil Enemy.
Alter an ove.rwhelmi .m bA prayeddfor in the. petition upon which 0. Calderwood, of Minneapolis. took Seeortary WiSon and Dr. B. F, (Cal-
Afer anoverwein uar- .,the writ of habeas corpus was Issued, charge .of the. records as temporary loway, director of the bureau of plant
setthe mlados men advanced and it i neesary to determine two tques- aeoretary, and the committees select' industry, at Washlton, received the
o ot -8o -sosan t la added : ed at the state meetings and the fir st advice Wednosaay from Dr. 0.
P ort So-Cho-Shan, it Is added, was Dd14 the court which. imposed names of the tlW national commt g (ok, the. dq' rtmet's avH'
r.t kfo lead and t:hee oher fots t.t senence In this case have Juri- tee, were read and adopted' .gent, s!nce tt-e latter' started fromi
am afterward. The ussiana rO diction? Pree admission was offered s nt4 a auemale-wt--the--newly-d-co -rrd
related west, leaving forty dea r "lla. Doos this court have itirisdlr--'6cess taken until 2 o'clock. tats tutended to fight the boll weevils.
rounded. tion to hear and determine this ease The committee on permanent organ- Dr. Cook eanled from Puerto Corteo,
The Tokio correspondent of The on a writ of abeas corpus? lztion hold a brief meeting, and so- Mexico, that lie wlli arrived at Now
.nidon Daily Telegraph says. that so- Pulille Opinlon for Freedom. elected A. G. Wolfenberger. of Lincoln, DrIeans on July 4 with 89 colonies of
're fighting took place at Kin Shau "The force of public opinion in this Neb., for permanent ahaIrmpn, and i:lese ant.. Hoe will proceed Imme'll-
)n June 35, which resulted In the cap. country ln favor of the freedom of the W. G. Calderwood, of Minneoapolis, for ttely to the Texas cotton districts to
atre of that place on the morning of press ha restraloed the free exer permanent secretary. n h ca n a st th we
hq' o ptth h .* .WsiaV of the power to punish this class The report of the committee on cre-. eg.
The Tokio correspondent 6f The of contempt, and in many Jurlsdlc- dentlala was followed by the report of
Ladon Morning Post says th Athe tons statutes have been* enacted de- the committee on permanent organize. TO PROBE COLORADO AFFAIR.
apapea second. army hemaffeted a proving the court of the power to pun- tion, both of which were adopted.


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over li'be pili,'r.atii.s RanI be Ieard I 't y-
whlert- In I l.lrge rolin.
The uilerophlii'. like' ili Iclelphone,
in ni electria'.l Ilistruittient, but the
wornl iiili- i'blill liLt.' In1,1n1i IiIPur'ely ill IIn-
tlrliiillent hillhb cinitl il's ontiii ti) lr-ar
frl-e olt o ll(It. a'ittl n l It'e slilille o p-
pilrnliAn to i lIe ile'srl'ld Iiniy lie killed
a micropholiii. Ilthuigli It hm uinolling to
dlo wlh-ill sinis rI'inI t simaill orlltne it rfiorii n
i' 11itlliiii. 1s, ('l111r si I'eiII for a IIIttle
ilsigami'r anid llthen ireanks lIuo drops
w"lihl fiu ll IN t iprelty npa'rly equn liu-
tlir\-ils. lut i11' Inltervnl lbetweeni the
riilm il'dependsnl. onl wlilt vibrluling lbod-
les in.l.u lbe I ll ri l lle tighbrlfiroodl, an
iilny I- sl.hit\ ne by tlh' following prilly
(' X l 'riaiii tlll :
( llii'c t ili< (n1t] f 11 it I l(t'i-r tifte1
% l. l II l \iii nli'r' fiti t'l or i \ itui 1t ve m-il
fi unti r i i ii ili t'r i2 i, in Ilito otliler
11 i l li-.Crl ii t I ;I g 'l i'(' li'lt 1 n ailr copperr.
1111IdI 1the, l;l11.' 1 i l ,,1% p illll|1 lg dltw II-
\\illd, ovA 'r I I t I,1' ,111 IIIl ll l l IIl i lth
II, ,ri i-mi -Ih,.-t l' ic, r ti lily slr l.cioiled. IlIold
Ilhl lill ,I at sI -lh' n l i hi t h1l t tliP
1-ire', lii .|Iust f'.ii ll to II1 ;ak iI1 o ) s p-
nv tcI, ,lropiM I-'l' It i t strikvl r i he l rub.


I'N Pi>Ai' Alitn HIiPIrIi. |i, '.
g ilng it .. N itiitre l1.1, 4 pl i,, d h.,( NIt1 if y IiIi1'1 tl l noiitr tll
MRil nlt h ,'situld ii.ii t11 .l s i is tIllnii- I:s '-i sI n 1ii h h 1 i ll, 'w nfer int
111te l l- l II I el l iilll ill 'l, i. l i I i" th .,l l1 l l ll ,rIls l' l i 1 fp III
r<-.ist 3s lir'e Io. fi,- o ,e l it i ,, I, -It' i lt ,,I ., |h r i k..ii' lhi

infl i lit ui i .1", in 1 1 ,::i ll if ,; e i il,, i, ... i il F lY,, .f 'I h w ill >be 1 .V'y
Iute -r llaga ill tilt l, u' I ll ''l ll l.I i lt i i' i i :f11 tllfi
ll i t i- 'Iineti' l l ti l i hli- itu I||.llel d i''- C -'t 1,i' *'I %" l I h3il' 1 a un flllld -
Ica .*a n d i si- r ie .- :nul,( of ,-n i, 1 I ,,* iS I1 m** n ("1*'"I
hllo 1 .h l n li i t "i u-I l l,, ; i i I I-.ls i i" l "II I l' l r- l l l .
in''rlae, -ii, Ii lAil (if o" i.," HUMAN CANNON BALLS,
Ir tlroleslortIlmeliltfIr i: Iit li eti'nh |. N1:ll
f(inndot li ls I :111n e.lio-Il, ,re t Ill % Ili. f I .,, ..r ,f ,.,i |il l pxixp rli.<<
Itlc oxygi. k' i t i r e r,.I: or. Itn Ih, r h' ,ld iil Ili ir nilfii|,,,i s gr'li'll1i.r
words. too li h!.\ liillld MI ili Int r1 i. I Ih,., I ll ,i.I ii 1 ll ,f 1,1, 11. ,il% ('l i,,ln (,f
geni M lil t-ri n is 11.i |>.,i ilsll, |,II it l i ni,,i ., I 'n,,, lli.,n I o |il4 ri,,.1 11. Ilrt
ciianltill sullI in l illl'1, ul l il ni' t.s 11 i ----
Intent to Ite ,l (,ii l, t l'ls i Jl iflpr's, t i''- .- ... --t
i t olie lin uiidlelio4 s nil 111- i 'hI-
I-lite o nIllt, ofo m III"llgiig1 "rlhii li I.nr.

uct r o e.xhi h<< I illn 1W r -i il. \'llili f
of tllvilnm lvo t wuild 'ilihidy 'ilusei d,?- -


fined pinLcTs 1 \8We I1o. InI.,i i f Our ?
lives, hil I lil h t l-1 ns %% r1l'1-4,111 nii1 l
have our h llig., It it, hly e li te.p-..'iro ,
to the Ilnle or blii lil liws of i n111 re %111l 1i ,
drives us to think or iiii. htion nd
to mnake provioion for it. ll /


Glood 4Otillook For i'llled Rilnle'.
Admlirliul IIohlis, wIho ri'etil fiuin
tlie (outnhirulliln ] pi rt)nInni.uI ,r Il,,
Navy to tlk( generl'lil tiunrgii' of Ihi'
slilplililding ilini n rii r Q incy. !i.-..
anid nimust lie 'onllrpdil lt kilonow'v iii..
thlng all ut t lie lniie llio.i e I' le s ron ,ii
in for twelivl.fivo .iiy rs. i1t na ilel lg
of Ile MiiSht r te llg l inl l iI i's t i ale-'
Asso clat titi ollf t i .lliv, xtiin.tescihl lils
belief Il th t lie li' il t Xii.rsi will h.
btillilh n Ihe slitll.l of Ile' wirld iI ItUle
near future.
MliD ilxllie I'ke P lriilnf.
There i re miiy oliju.itiis o i the 1.ep
of o1.0sotuiti.s ii i' l.'l.1s i1 k ,fl illi,,u ,
out of al i lse.o ail a hilit iiit l',1- ii. .
ful to those iwho aro aeIrntllh \t iiih
these little pots. .3i-pe linveo n itir.t
antipalhy to the am,,ll of p-llpel*Irrlit.
and n little oil of pepportninit pila,.-i
Around their alinin teIa lu,,I,>s ti
ulictcafully keep then away.


'C
TH fl'mAi 1 ANIM 11'NI NI) CANNNIN.
Ili i Ilut'ouigh liui ir flUii t11 lie outll
of n caninou.
Till. rmlnrvic hn h.s ,|vis,.d foro
"Lk I's ill'sqI i t 11 1H li 11iiia l i n\',1 l oiull "c
i-it niL1ill ur ligh iivit, t lil,' lie plaui to
1Ui ,llit tqPoli i luiigh tI'.sllp. withinn lihe
I'llilil's tire InIui s 11 li0n lili roll cal'S
\iihlt-lu rp Ig liphe o tclipiet liy putsseli-
gl-'. \VlWhen l.a-s rii n air londed will
tll-ir liiiiun frit'l.ht Ilii 'ore o to e
vihlh.nly i,r,,|.Hll,.d lulo miuh;|l.h, ,lip i.t-
Ing lit I ilistllti Ip \hialt lower lie-.ill,. alll a ontItlllig
ih, Ir laronei.'es, ido ia nn in llie to lerr-n
lini i. l, |i h hl il. ill!,.e % iii be w el-.
c,Til liy Me nor- tilnid adventurers
it'll ld livh o t lie lais nreo to lie so
it 'ig ltu l Ul1irt,. Ji tit ll' flight Ibl'o llgh
t *::Ir they will liiu alti their prgilgt
piP hiliSonmid lit replaill.n nn lil... -


THE FAMOUS SNOW-CLAD SACRED MOUNT.
"FAIN OF JAPAN.



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the enuniioI'a lmnillinl II,; .i ,hnily
track nare to le suchili hint tl i, '.II I ,
no danger of lihe tcari ixiii iJ ulm..
lion.

ADJUSTABLE Dl tCKBi I)..

Readily Made to Meet All L..I gencles
of tlhe Schoolroomr.
Au lileiellolui ULjriain iii, iimr 11.1il
devlseild blir-kljui dlil Llii I ,,. i,,i'.ll.
ly is perfectly tinllllltId to ;ill III viii. r-
genCles of Scliholuluoii nll e I 'Illiig
rlirtin great v i lt' ly o1 Fr \ ,I. I, l1 il1.
v ldi iil8s of oill ihiiliilit' (till. i i,',. |I
Sli ture. 'JTh'e ibolrtl ci l, .,,iii!it
liil lixcd at ia ill) 'siri l ,1,i. .i'd
ralis' id or lowered 'vertlri'Ill\ iI -l.,iht
Auiis., or 0oCLureidl s il- Iu il .lil of
horizontal ispe, or It i.li11-, Tii i- isi
ne thie service iiuy rcquhlr-. 'T"ii| il(f
inerlt of the comnlbliitlolm: iii i ir. Is
that tlie umec.lilii.sm by wlu. Iti lil I nii.
relaoms IJtii llntieii l ltire l11111'i1i' i" -lll' lI
sllllple ellOUgil to bL .'0111|lll ,-'h-llh.i1 by


ADJUSTABLE JiLA-rKisoAltr,
lie ytloungest stl tihln s, sri'' .il liti -
inI'Iuts linllg effecled l ly i ni' "l
hiring or c. rd, (I' i ll J%% W'*, ills
n'-ting gig illnst ihi' w:iull lirlm I''.
tilt' lili'd 1d Is suiI)prto'It.l.
Cnloppir mail p p('pli|)i."-
T Il Ieople of ia i l'i hii nh i ii..I l iht
13 11 (l n umnn stta |>r<>\Ollint il Jili
fld of aif i r4i-,111 l liolls iTh.* ,** lie
( 11'i1ls ]i rrl it. l lif,' n iO i l nu iiu iiu i ,iiinI I t I 0ik -
li nIliilli. w hell i t I fu rn1d" il l f oI il hii li?
"o oA i all lr w \a s (, i ? Il la111n l i 11i
Ilie lIleltphone w ire't-s aild ligliltift ,i '*:,
dilt.-lors for t'he suike ofI ili. 'i'r
hlirn tlhe '"copper" iirrivN' I-h 1will
comli .lte' d w itri Ilght ling '.'c ,.I t. lie
polic .stlnlion.


Acclileni ant I llssil, ..
The loss of lift' fl'roni ci.lril td
illmistivtrs In lhie Uiilite i iM l KIW- 'Iot
yoll wailing: Fires. 17902 drIl explomfona, 7311; fillilig iK liutI liti '*It',
471; seitr ii inllw iays. 40<114: il--ilI' r-ill-
w fY 5, 7AT ; l vw 'r i c l l v 7.' ii l -' l i .. S ; i
1'vclonie' ailid storms. 187.t; IlltiigS


THE NEW REPUBLIC OF PAHINMA
This Is t(lie ling of IthP inew II,'1 lhlic
iof Piinniia--bluie Inil Il -. :i"r ill
white field, and blue aiind ri 1 -i.u.Il''
--oe more red, white, and liih' bnil-
ncr.
t'ntll Inst Novemberl l'iiii '1 l
loull of the States forminIgi tl' It'gilld
Stfltlcs of Cololbin. itiCin" Recom in.i,'t
dlKs tnl illcd with tile n% % 'l,,
nried lit regard to tlh i.t iiin l ,i. n il
uiiul ilhe United Stntes' pePlliit'u1 "'1'ill
witllh Co'lonibla over tl li ill.i i
people of l'nnania i'ose ILu 'ItVoll id


set up a republic of their own- It -
a bloodless revolution. Twoe d.4l
ler the revolt our GovernuIiet eu "
knowledge the lndependeni e of '
nma. All the lending European iif
prnments have done thbe su h ti it
and now it Is brIrleted matters ill
lrralged "o that work on ih le
can be soon and reoliely pilit"''I f',)
wnrd. The poptilation of 111P le0 ii ,
public is only about as ia
of Rhode Islanid. hi at
The Isthmus has an a verign wfOifl
about forty miles and is ni.' t 'ja
miles loIng. It'rale thpre nl,"'"tW
cess ntly dnrnlugr3iy. AuIg. : ando ,
tesber. .
a) t4 of AwKd w.om- |
A Alasardia (Me. we "; ""'d
tf.Ave, 't. n a i ia ithe roof o1
brn one day li es ,lwft Ilfre It l.
.n. 1h4 is


THE AIR WE BREATHE.
ilagrams Illustrating the Necessity of
Ventlilallon.
in an article on "Why We N,-eel n-l-
lIlallon," in Itlie \V -.'-e 'r .g r lit i-i
Mornra ... EIbersolc Sns: "In its li:lt-
ura l Bin l te, i hllie u- tl'll t iltO c ls l.lor
tr t1il poles, the tClliilU.-tIlli of ilin is
almost hi'iorliilh. will it- i<.\ lilitli
of the almounit of aiirr Vlariii. I.iii
was linntlc o .exls( Il I it I envsi-l e oil'
lilr sturrotundllg Igli e iri'i, Int il, tn ri't-
fore, lits a innt'r, iv I ts ILt'-i-il or the otllirr ne'ft:.lll' I f i hli 'compiu l --
Llun or the alli a i i li..'.ilei i. 'l t, ile'-
g lv i i g l i i t V 1 ln l p i 3. ,'ild i o f a h n h I4
oxygen. T his ti i .Ii i i it\ s i'- i-l-'.i
lutes, sllllill s an ll fri Is. lil i l l,
brealltlug organism nitr IL inlinilt3i iid
beauitifully pro|orillo ii-i >d l ii Ihiu Ihe ii.a t
cbango or dIlilnilloii of llils elugienit
In the air Ilnlin.lt I Ilunilediult l.v esi-
denceld by a frevllin o dois,'o-oinf(i' "
lilillSeft--n id illl1JSiil iitilllk 1p l1 hi tl t
something is wrong.
In these dlys, while so Iintili of our
live Is sliintl Juiloos, mtiie.' pro slioni
Lutist be iidei? lthalt the a ir U t o t-ii-
itulilly Ibreile is inot Incviig In liiy
af Ila li n lliiful, lii ait iil 1 il I Iih,.s I, x-
pirol l till' dilfi'i.rs roni Inspir ill ir i i.v
list so Uitl'hi lieirnaifiiil li'igredelIills usI
Is thl puilpos' iof n1ul ii i- I. i- liIillilhill
'1romI tlll" sy.steliI. 'liThesel cliiiliillio uls
and e mliiilc'lil 4'lilhgiie's i n lie h lo ii o i.-
loli of allir In tur Itliigs iiri (coilluiinll .


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S. ll loo ah dows you mething but the-thickest sortofeloom,
a e7 you re worried tom tis centre of your soul,
ite your ilam have all'miaterrisd and proved tastles in the air
; 'A44 WyP,'f "totihg i yoyr pochets bult a hnle,
Si. tu', l uise: "W'laat's the tue to niake a row?
'to \h ",i alt of dteact in a hundred ears from now?"
When .the pathway. stretclting en Isniie tow'rl lihe's slowly netting sutl
.*i$a-s the lions with their ehliixi' all hid from view,
WVhea it se: inl tbern' '"noiahiug loing" in the providential line
And vhan evier-thing (e.aepv thi ily) lonkq blue,
r t,4hu'i is lot the time to alter or turn b-iek ard front the plow;
VUU it make a bit of diff'ence in A hundred years from now?
:yet there's'one thing will make 4.iff'rence ten long decades further on;
A Jt's the way yods bear your troltbles day by day;
JJ.tp keep your tog lip stiffened ind a emine upon lour fact
Ay jou stride to,%trl thle lion irn the waI y
:Thea the worried world ill carry fetter wrinkles on its brow,
Aid 'twill r-eallj make some diff'r sn-c in a hundred yo"re froi'i now.
S .... -S-. I. (0Jllian, in low Angels Heretl


A fl DMUND TOLBUY n-pent his wa-tch (Crottli t poo'ket. A quarter
F _'4 -honte fross the "llv'-iluhtl st t I. 't icre tai 11 asii laurP ptotsll>ly
S evenlug hby nit erlrih1' -11min lhat 'e milght ev ,11 .vt bh In time to in-
1 I thnn usual, tnd Mrs t-lilly tot'eriet them1. 11nd bhe must make the
ES W. \ WIt 0 on1. -D'lo you l1ii.,w 1110-( of tlhat
,vhart-it" am l a:olb. y is. a.cn1'lic'" be As lie iimstld Ime Illburlts' door a
called ( o tile g 'l li till, kit-hliei. aumviuly foto rl ni hope teipted litm
"The mistre4s iwea- nl sir,111t t sir dt I ald heI knuked till tlie servautt
te i utel un s igo. iItitn t( tidt xli d ] bet NPiet'l-l It.
back In half .In l onr." is .MrI. IaIllbert lherle?" lPe deuunuludd.
SEKdmuud returned tou fi0 lsittititg Ioii -No. ui'."
snd lny baokll In lte lowi nrun-litir lbIy "' t'herel i .11r Iilberl?"
the fire 11 gloomy Inediitioi ll. Ill, 11111 "lIn h i dri awing room. lir."
beer' itu1 V I I l his 1i11 iit II a41'v fitr '"1 r"niint to eae k to hI'r. LDoi't
the lilgo ke berol'e' Its' ititt Ii Ily hadl tttl11 iui'., 1 will gi to her." lie sttepped
earr et''Ld, and jt wass I,.iie'-a t'ils hRad Lints de na nd closed the door., nid Nelly
b peeY wretinug hism niald li. i :s wisifnil va seanri'l by' tlie pallor 'and the tellse
!_f making Ills lpelte 1a1it1 hr i-lait Ie expr'etss'ionlt of h1is fiter-.
ind Contrlived t,) g,t lhiom111, t in *'S1,1Wi.v-! W t'lin's wrlig, tldliuUtdl"
earlier than us-atIl. .Andil tm alt' %%i ts 'al u o ueJ iihi tled.
out. lie told her. pnuting nod stntniering
S'Tlie fact I]Int I hi-i ca1 iiuihali'd If ,bi. I1* i tcoltlerel'itly.
birtlidy gave it k itr lI; to1 htil.s 0 if. '.Notnsense!" clIe interrupted. 'There
ferings, and nnade lier nblisenice, when maust be soume mistake"--
lie came yearning for r'conelltiliO, bo "''itpre is no mistake!" he cried. "I
much the more hiex.usible. HIo st, lnhave his letter (o her."
hunched In tlie irintlhah, brooling t11. 'lWhere Is II t"'
Hll he began (o see it soini.tlr iniilll- '*lI'e srys"--he was rumbling hlnstily
ecaace In her not being titr'te to a, iI II lill poc-kels--"he says he has booked
coume him; It beenine a .s cliar to liitn their altssage and she Is tot meet bhli
'agnan as If It hiald p.ein 11-st nigihlt lhi t 1it his otliet' ly 7. ., Oh. I ran't
he hald been jutsiillrtld el itnl 'oiiipliillMi n d it-imist have left It at Iiolme Butt
he had made, and thUnit lier i1idiinai on It doeun'l tuuller-I've told you what It
haod been asasumeditl SiuilYt it llid himn. e nts. tlh ut11ait I to do?"
,"The facts In ioniiel,1ion wal th ai t lii, dean !" filteredi Nellyd, a ktet-d
quarrel waere, clilhlly, t'i1.-.,: Ii nmild' I--I told Alfred last night hal t B lie
onle parti'linnr fri-ind Ih S11tiford awrt wais fNir moo nulenllive to .Letty-but oil!
Alfredt H1lbert ail I.,tliw on, i>.irlla- I i 'never dr'eimt("--
ular was Nelly 11ll i1. Ills % l. Onim'-0 *"T'li rmilllane!" he rrigetd, wildly., t1f
a week the Dollhys %vi-n runInl lit. (,.r. I -anm only lay hands onl hiin--! litt
ner and spent aln evening will ui 1111i. I nn't itops I want to eCath the next
berts, and onit- an wa l i io uI lIl'l-rit tralit to Euston. It's a fast train and
name round time orin-mr tidl sitin t nl tay get mae to his oic'e Just In timee"
evenIng willthe ti l tilys'. sMoreotiVr,. "Uh., please wavlt-let me come wilh
they frequently ilrupped Inil 11 oI eaih you!"
other informally; (ho1 witv.s si-,,-.a1111s. They reached the statflon not a mno-
ally shopped lo0.-it.lr. BIht la11tiriiitll inclt too soon. The train msopped no-
look Sunday stei-ll.s e. -ther. 1anl tliir lihere until It arrived at Listotu. As
'riendliutnes.s woulli 1a 't mImtI i1.i- It ldrew up at the platform Edinand
lutely Ideull utll for onrl jrll l '*Irc.-mim n- sprai ng out and a tilsted Nelly to
sa nee. .Alight.
'i There had le-n -i a t lii. i .\iAfr.i- "-hl.-re! What's up? Where are you
1lithl rt V:was dle.i,1. t11,i', l iIn I N 1 ill, l to 'f 4 It)?'"
Letiy. 'Tweo shlii liit i t M--1 lin 1t li'hv y skirted round and were fuce to
wht'en Edtimun td inil<' li.tr t -lia -il t lh ~il l l lu M h Al t'l Ibert.
and they fell Iin love- \iil it. 1l i lia .- -Iull-ere is a 'y wife';" gasped Ed-
at sigh t. ii'-im l. 'tz, lI i tls atl u.
AIlfred repilgUn l lhimtu f I't lih. i- u,\it. "l..uon't Italk like a fool! Tell ats
uible s0 conmplotlmly.v t u1:11 a w itu..Il thl wl. t 1' l iim'in tld."
laler, being a brei7s.\ yoniutrm min us I,;., "' k-inow well elnolgh i"-
boorrt was too well ,-,u, sii-t .,i- ( l-anki l "1 .*11 .l you don't; I wnaut 1o knowl
*.lusily, he t-rn frrm ed lits if'r.- l. toi- i 1 A1i.d I iunt 1 Il tnow. too. whalit stre y'on
Nelly, who wias alr-neti lr- i .' ,ir.- 1 i t lilli MYl Ig-liher like tit is for?'t
frietn n- id had 'ri lm l itt-I p,-, 1 .-,,i .11. ,sit, :. 1 e' It'r al- ma tHl 'd llen d and act -
L'ttdmu nd knlew nil .Ih 111.t tI S i-mae ul.mlt't 1 ]1.rm -1.-rilt' or lie really did
thle beginning. Altreu d It-.a.-1 l it 'i ,a itilt hi 11 1"lA i to I t,.r:Ilz ts"le tl whi at he
.e'st. After they' wtie v il :1ira r ,di Ii t1n"l ,-, I miluhi., it m (veltla lly he
would speat k of lills Iust iir.fn tt iltat i.t. r t i.lltl'I s 11them.i lves. rt a
openly lit their weekly 13 ,i,- Ilugt nbount It. ntIve r S illini llt g taIt u-a 1 ue11a- l it 11" m 1s t from ti r l e'"
Ize that nobody enjoyed th- jolhi 1ut Its it's i .3 our writing." ldmund
hlhiamelf. Il siMtr- d.
e was th- t bor of a nu11 i lntt1 d '"('at uC a l '!l' llmt I 't never written
of growing Inured to lis fiact-,lius d I- I.-iktt in nly l. not simce you've
Ierlptions of h lh iex nllctt pasu.1, I.:d h-L u h IT*lr. iNetI, anlly-low-. t ere's
stiatund iinort nt n mi lore r-s.nieS t tll i1hcu. tlie Iletter."''
'V'eun rebuklug I.eily now and then. its I tluOllghi I 1had It wllh nle"- -l l-
Ift she were to blah ie afor lihviatig blie-n "Inu lt-l 1-Pa to sear' I t1" *lt gh is
upnalsively responsible Vor Alfred's fl por- lit its it -"I1 must hliivo lef it .
c-l1aIl oil. uo N ite're' i I''."
L. Last night, after the Hilherts were lith 11tlled it oiut. alnd thel oliher two
Cone. he btnd rebuked her t h l uri'-,;I read it aovert t a11 .i-lalhh-r
Isonbl 1 In-lntion, for lhe Was of a n it- "Yea. th111 s 1 ti "; rig tl i nough." At-
Iurnlly Jenloue leutpe'rantent. ianIa hiad fred mlln1111,t d. ''1 heln. :111 oft m sutmlen
gradually per'sundtedl itself t t AI- he l le-sk1i iut1 mt r''1u *if Inughter. "'t
fred wall muiih too attentive o tolila Is Iitle---
wife. and that Letty's tant er tae Iwa(-rd "'I t' io lb i ll g Ialtl'er"---
lilim was uuitneeesnarily graclons. Iu e Whh.'t sin t Iet11111 wum a I. to hIia
tol he i eo ill mo ne ucsured termns, tnung- Own lVife. tl' "i'sIl llte nots I e T Io
silfying hi grievances anud snyig n more Nell. lI're. lith dIlay before yesterdayy"
tbrn hue In'tqt, as an angry os mn will. "It 'tt I( eI'. fliw t1111 it I' ?" pro-
Letty w' l Aposed ot the outlet to ette i.latld. I foatad It it lity
Awt rlir in lattnghln ly. h ut hi ert lip- h suit'-lu fil e flrilldtm'n-'
pnuliy P xasperanted Inin. iintlly. heie o -All ilihln to"ul ask .N'Ml "'
loit control of herself thnt his pr hupo' Nelly O r ,li ''tIl it It agalt ai-,trl* t .
telort, hints a.i i Innuendoes sl tug ii,. -' t It '" ll.in 1 1 i 11gn m hy.m-r
InsuIled liher. tier H ole d ldi nily wi- at illu- Inlldv. "'3 e l's gilug Bl s tho e l :111m'p,
iu..ited bcy b r a fisn t ime tshis urnio r ml d w n o h s let' str1e what., lh we n iol1 hgt
t n. ai ht could not humble hmlulf seltts, rand Altr'l wa toI tr atl b
111d .-irrendle' he had'gone off to..the ieill Oil his tany Io the ciry and let le
lly sullculy, without kiseing her. know. and ihnt's his note."
SAwny from her lie remembered nil ":.ind Yoi u hI n rthoight h"-
lier sweetness and was Hashbnned tlnt I n, a d nild interrupted. r
his jenlously could so outrageous, be- leved ittMd mnorrified nt ItP tlun1 affa"r
fool bim. He yearne- to be wih her-- Idl tfnken, "owias Is it (lhat Iit wa R n aa
thhilklenglf tender things hie would n y hinsw'u""
to heri he would evess ask her to for- ".Why. I called to) see Letty thu
give 4 mt %ild cly to iigblne how 'he u ortin aed cne had a headaches ol
woauh) lean- her head iupun liS breast inlhlnPd' Ncll. "eO I slihped Isark hos1t
tla. cry brought tear. to his eyete. to feteh her seoe tabloid at this It
ois lad pictured It all vividly; he had tlhe paper I ra ped them In It hap
lhstenead home to fulfill bls happy I- scned to be In my 111 I gave i.til
g s shethe tablois end threw lbs paper In b
"If she had:ent me a telegram nek- f'uid'r. If h ht boe ugh. of It wh
Ing me to come home It would heve you were ltlling tue-and yet boa

abe isn't even waltlUng for me when I and ae:' ebuckled Alfred. "! enllst

There rea. a piece of crumpled paper ttd I reckon you two went by whtls
lying In the feider. -He had noticed It. 1 ar-a Inside. 5hen i recited home
ally. dIreetly be eat down, nnd now. fesnd the girl half elf lefr head. Al
5tiddealy, seeing there was writing on shetiknew was that Ned. here. bed bee
.1t, he pinked it up, trsllshtened lt out, setutlug. end you had rat sway wit

'layi got the -tckets. Be at my y-ou a net catch the next traIn to Em
omlee not hiter than 7. and we will go. tea. I dld't know what to make

He- eat stusaue, r'eraim It mehain- toscramble, Into (he hastestrral


1elly,. as It. t imeat oa thing to bIdl. as the wIth .uotbi
/ Gradually the words etai to bmrn talk about running away ithaot
i tole hisbr4q. thai.. tWa full fellow's wife, tiloangb" tie uffsa.
n4d dretftlfr oAtOs t hiut of hl wra9t galari"I thbn tc-as meh tMai og
susOlchuenh, *AAA "aa tiena *i5pk -o" do nIiebl to NtIp

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returned home there wAs Letty walting ; l i
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AN ENGLISH W


'Tle will was not drawn by an at- aipt to stroph i a
tourney, but wa, written by a neigh1- honor is b ROa wIn .
bur of Mir. Morgtant. as the latter wa hose, Noon Ga te
obsolete, NO n~uheOW, to o -IN
on his deabhlied. Mr. /Morgasi was a tolk of his bonor, snd the seet Ij
well known farner livafig in tIhe north- te abstract Is only tolerated In
west part f y. lt..' .'e y oftileail aetteranset of preachers i lthat
uarablity of Liquid Air., lulplit. orators on the irt Plfltt
SAn experiment for testing the duria- aDU editor In q'e ledi, 0.st,
bliaiy of liquid air tans been nade be- man who shibuld vernatea dlet tp
tween Berlin and Geneva. Une morn- honor in' afasbtops*V druyme
mitg two quarts- of liquid air were de- 'to-day would be (Itehhed Wh
livered to the railroad at Berlin, "ilmHeeff which stliuts thlat -ta1d
packed In a manner peilally adaplted i rtfutted a soleelam. .
for this purpose, for tranportauion 1The ebb of honpr c-rrepotWt .
to Geneva. Tle shipment arrived In rlhs of the parvenu in our Wdst,aii -
Geneva in five days., ad after an ad- the spread of the eommereial spiti
,ttttonal delay of Italf a day it wa Sde- nulong the decadent nobility, wlse
livered to the chemical laboratory of Msese of honor Is uolorlqualy saeettle,
the Universtll of GenPva. Tbe glass Ily' the commercial spirit I mean the
vels in whbic the liquid lair was pirlt whic(b never girea, but aiwe
t still contained one-fourth of a 'artrs which eaierlh;ts uponAa
quart there. which was at once el- uadrn to make a o utiaet w th cutlet rl
pettuseated wtitha. tePnds to make a etitiet fl a cutlet t"
perAletedt with, highest bope of opfr oMdeSIt bospitill-
A Csur lee lmasIs. ty. Honor Isa of aoir p wth; it i la 14
A pewalir business tranmasecto was I that it de W otspp .to -tIe t-
recorded at LeIbasian. Pa.. wieue Grocer e f -e t* 'tled
Joibn Ught tr S ferre to leto W ll' whtelt I shs-d lada,
tas A. flaftett A i t*su-Mt l ari to Lu U1 f p1r
Bu$ Ciaty-for tntslidtlit wof rI,
It= V W0.0N


tender tilst hoaloie It her <.'Tsu. id 111.1DEN AN
everythingg wascomnig anbtti ta lti3lj I THIE DUTY I
as he had pilcltured It to hlln-epi nI hi i ll- -- I A 'V
'renoseftltetna in io t'atis iing t lie y.
"I did sO want ul tto comlo bOiLe, Coimmonercal Problty''.Ebb*=-Lel
ideatr!" sie t hipre't'ril. to Slink ltilfl Mtordt ideas
`I-I tas deiy'ild," lie niuunrtU"d. Considalred Fine Arte--An
awkwardly. Downward Tlendetl, and I
"alarthn says you aerll In aud ria tg
out again aliuost Iiianiediintely." AitAH GAIIRAN), hi lin nr-
"ea. s You were nlot liro." 5 tide printed i thu t, I.oition
"I had oton outt tO get tIs for you, f C Chroitnlel, Bays: It hnbas b'et
Ned." "'This" wirs a9 go'l penclIl with 81 gget.dlithiat it'ans luhoor
liis initial li engraved on It. ihe dr',w Is a intyth. And nppearaunces
It front htier pocket tnd offered. It to Bel- c'ii to favoi Ithe s11sgos-
hitim. shyly-. "It wnas not ready laxt lin. But It inIy ltu that here et;\1111
night. ** Ainil t Vas so -so iti- nlltpenariti'esa are tl.l.l'adlgff, blatprtise
kltld this eeorning! 1i ivir even t A ciet 1t ntth niMoree i apor saxrs noir tlki of
wsistel yon"-- olal. i.'ew escalie fromt those, atiitte11t'
HIi took moslt of t. wisthils I il t "And I wtHs afraid. whiun 3you t.'nie but of our aetiualttituces, wiho toaoe
hoiue ulid wenit 6ut itgial ai wilitutt Sea- Into outr house uttinder vurlous pretextB,
Ing me, bthat yout"-h'r vi)le fttlteredt take all that we have to sitrte WIth
petilelilly-"thlat you Ivereo still au ry I itlem, and, In ttit 'iiaptty t athi oa ''(l.t MY
wtllif ne."'t system of petty (tIBIsuit of every
",ao It wasn't that, wieetlheart. It Sct antid _PIt -I llh e fm- bt -li l-
s'l^aHnt that at tl.' .~n~-~- slf would not ita t' q.aletd it-
"* tas so afraid tlat, imrialasi"- scathed. They tt ld it tl. tey seek
"No, It wai n othilig t bllut a I hulntln inlre's, these pIoplh. notith ig
Biutl. I sbay, t lly. I'm ligry!" he blit blecitshes. There are utldeslrable
said. "scetlilitg for tlitle to think how aererUolti oa tlisvt Ihtrtiacters 1lit Il
to wake the least of It Mil. "Let Uit sit be bFullghtld t P -li, Ienila" t f Vt'.-
lowu. and I'll tell so1t the whole story ter as it abeUlt be; t4 ti-i b I
over dlniier."-Tlhe Sketch. slougliod accretloans wilit't- ti 'l'l s'eit-
ger crltlhv rakes out of thi duist lte hiIts
Crowltig Appetite For Quinitai. of our deAtd selves, to wliltch they lt'-
Qa1ntllUt bits8 le(ellue oie of our sla- long, autid would fain readjusat to provt'
Ile forms of food. It is ltiunth ltore a Is point. -'ertiihily hotior Is tol ivry
wtilely and ardetily beaten than gunrlie, a-.snlaelleouS lit the pre'enit litte ll It l'
and It mniay soon iaplroach the popu litb1rn of Illel. iwhiatever It nay sI 11
larlty of pie, According to a report re.- bo Ii their estimation. Somic say thlit
cently Issued, contslderbly more than tit over w-is at so low nn ePltl: hut t lit
20),0t0 pounds of quininte swer'I amitat- can only be. sital it Ignor'iiice. 'Tiake
feturcd In Itidia It i 1(12, (Itr igt'teatr the C'r'ciy papers, for tlutiti.e, to go
part In Madris, while, Jlvan inlluifuav-' Ito fiurtliher hbk. Fr'o theo Irilne' lit
tared learltly 44,(10 ptinlds. lIt addl pot-er to Ible strIggllug partly pollltit-
ilon to this, over 18,000,000 otloulds of Iutt, whint a picture we aVkt'e tire of
tlucbotnte bark were prodUced -lciefly lit Sorilid self.seeklng, of itottlves so ItillaI
Java aud Indl, atild this wtias t'ekoied that na itn itnust have extinglnl.shd In
to be equivalent to nnotlher Sti0,00O tlnself the moast rudlinenttary srlie
pounds of quinine, so that the total of honor before he could have acted
product of the food for the year was upon them.
nearly 1,000,000 pouttnds. There are Still, the fact that the exlstaence of
twenty amlniufaciorles of quillulno il honor' fi main ha come to be called lit
existence, of wfhial five are In ,I'runce, iuestlolu contains a tllrEtiat whi'h Is slg-
thrIe it Englandi, two eatt'h lit (le r- nilllcnt. Our natlotnl honor )tia beeiL
nmany nud Itally, onel In tollitid., four little vitlnted of ilt hi America, twio Iin iudla, and out In lu hoor Il a sore subject. Our profes-
Juva. T'ie two prinlipaul nmttreta for silonl honor prauds hitheit-L buLt evou
quinirne are Aamsturdalntt n Lonloni It ai been ossiJJud. Ai at.10 Lo tO b
nlid ithe hitter' hits geireatly dimunlhe II politics, no otne expeaIs t of u(s.
it Importitnuee slunic tI. cultivation of LIately ait IOllilian lInhmighi rpntlitq,
einchona In ivJant Ith asaqimed msuiel ex-niteimr of nmlny tyoverutittS' I!o
lairg proplortlioas. li fact, irearly hero of n nutny at bnil 'o (ut lh eowni
three Ilies nas titnuich bark was sold at descrLbling to inle sonic eltfitieerhlug.
Ainsterdai litm I n ,1, so that, altholigh nntles In which lie hIaid been tiuiged.
wve probably use mtore qiUillni thit and In thue unjoyneit of-hi tilbja et't be
mty other nation, the Dutch ore itnkltg brirst out witl the sntofrtne (tlint of
the trade iway froiu all the rest of course he ad Ile; lie linhad to lie, or hie
us. Iudia n has trady talkeu the hint never would halve enrtlpal his point.
anti Is stlmulatulg her growth of cuin- It is not mat'sb hoor but til dtloliuor
thoua.-BosIon Transeript. that calls for commentit every day.
Thie early life of a wominalt of my-
Water's' m-Prt in Colloqunlt Teraum. time, cast out Into the world, as was,
"How mauty of our 'expressive ex- ihe custom, without prepanrtlo, l'her
uresslons' are built aronttid some ref- failth in tun full fledged, and Ito Sti-
ereaco to water!" saldt n writer. "Tnkci piclon It her souln, twas apt to be dark-
I few bi let exuitiptle for consideration, encd by disillusion, I know not how
Uf we Ihinak tchicnli Isn't very etroig it tisay affect a boy, but Ithe firlt shioak
Or a stanepieiet deaeldly weak, we In- of proof tiat a inaen i lie Is n itlihig
atrlably may 'it won't hold witter.' Do from which a girl evet' recotami--
wu Infer that more wisdom lurks lk mean a girl wlho has been brought ip
il lndpivilunal's head Ihitn he is ordlu- n lhe tradltloit of honor. There nrie
irlly given credit for, w-hat do we saty? still some auch. I lio ease of ltle
t81111 wnlers runt deep.' WVhen a pea'- boy.V It inny be tlint Ihe pystenit of e'ln-
on ets into sonio kind of dIlltcully, eanfl i at our pulull sreloolun, Ity whilc
we any he is In 'hot wvitsar.' a hatred of IlerninItg Is Implaruitedl for
"IVhtne n airouoillalon of ally killdIs li fe it ite breasts of the intajn)'siy of
rejected, e.peclitlly n pIrolpoil of nt1tr- the pupils, intay be suthly ceilh'tullicil
rInge. It In s a ctSa of Iluvlig* 'cold wi- to desllroy ull Inconvenlent setmltlve-
er thrown oul o ur hopts.' 1ortne ht a uoe on he subject of honor, aH'n
Itn 'tIldes,' and bsleahignS or ril'hes are practical nienus of lltling boys for msu'-
rained' down on tno If a penker ex- es In I any career by. tbrtgIff theti
liuast'ilas tople anid still ItrIe to nalk, at the oumaset of al old-fiashloned In.
wet say tblt he hias 'about runt dry.' cinilbrauce. To hear i*qti '' ta| "1N to
"reuminr ore lwuayn teretd 'aiont,' ihink so poniethnie.a TJevhy io Is e pome
ntd wihen a bunsilnes enterprises goes of the wiouid-b nil of oto-dly,.3tnd tth
owan wo call It 'swvitued.' A i tln t tule or te or lheau ee of hoieor Jtuilde to
Itrugglea to 'ltold hIl Ilead above ta- slink low enough to be tunlted ly lav-.
ter,' according to our acollounlshlsnsp, aty. lnl modern fiction heroes andl hev-
ind whoni he doem at know what pant rolls are often uaindcL to lie as n o nIat"
to pursue Ini order to accoumpllsia cer- ter of course, atid tio reader Is tnot ei-
ain ends c t Is stiaid of lani Ithat iho I peeled to thblik auy the worse of thetwi
all at Sen,'"-yt. Loutis ilobe-Iewo- nly the days of Dlckels the badge oa
rrat. honoa r wao tlho unsullied word of berl
Wiie4 laIII Emaste In afl 'Wom-s- aild h Probably the shortest will over filed memy be enj rd nof'iy ueltig.
Im WjVanldolte Countly, Neb., was pro' credit to themselveS for hlnalntg '11a
hated iI the office tf (ie County Judge. wudccouts fly obe ocaalou a thIng tha,
It Is hbad writtemi anl occupies lesst n'oeud not hhav beae n d to iedotet
hn a hualft page of foolscap paper. It eral soclem' be'ret a b entuli aeo,.
'.O.tIIBs about 10t* a'ords, yet Pro'aate Doubtles In tbWs days there wrnrG
luaimge l.''eeai, who Is also n lawye, me enough who 4olonr t
nras (lint Its pturicrt Is prferlly ear word, but when tbey did .o tra hele4
it llthat uo nuecessary statement Is It a lapse, not tan ellfldle of mnaatuuss
_.,,. oam td kept ths taotter to pthtoinelv ea4
ltted, t-k To h itre wa a stll fit them pi bet tino
The doeutuentt reads as follows, : Ihena mann1 un t 1m hn
Teo ti twll of May 3toren, a resd inhi s gral t -hame.n An si
of WdVyaidotle Coaeuny and siateo ofd ei-ee f the ctangeto of tpnotn thier re
hIt.uas, he uhetg a fotar'in r of saind spet caine to ame rst froti a man of
l"I'd, al o o euark u hils own tim eabol 'oaeam Cathoe
1 -, in-,aturI'. mi ec l lIe Ie n'etr, ardent, In his de-attlem a
ry. phrterly, bot tb il auta It.ortui, eatr elme, dovoturig- to the,, ah WI V
to 1e"tBi terry, niy gnei'ddnaugbler, ken aestheati prcfme rvr of e aUttarg o fr I s,
t-esetett of maid coutll y tis Stteo dt tbltes ou tf lit o aTIbaoldL- *ae'nd in
hereby reaching eli former wrIls. hint drretisen ag. a It of'r INotp er to5
wltuessrs whea'eof I. May torgast, have norite!thtn soomet imo s ln ity s a p1oa
ton thIs t la l it std telaneti, suit' tde br alte sJO1e03f o he da'e ot'


AnltIP.wM a aIA"4 :1
There Is aai old fillaey that AngloT
A aizai wotds im boet, The fallacy Ii
.basei on thb h DI tqIt wprd, o.t 4m-
glo-hxion orIIgn a're torto sliml1et o and
-lgoroanl 'tan -ho h oisetted fom it t-
In. In poIlnt aft.00 Some Anilgo-Ut5
on wqrds. j heo .beopt Peapat ou. id4
Wth '; o* comumoest.' abet .lliplu
woIssr*b t*i0 1he LAtIi The- Iji-'
don Mowl tols a wtoe In joiPt.
A barrlater more remarkable-for tlio
Vigor of hie address to Juries ttMn' fo
bil learnlug was commentaig cn,,.bh
pto'.0ting -of the ethotwforty ftvlice
qsdar trIal. -. ,
"s do not ,kPow wh t glows p
learapd tfrend is going to p utntn thll
matter, but I will tot mfaoe sltr w orad
I deuumenc e,It I plal., do lrw ht- Abe
glo-asaon S u gltet as *stariqul
tra ton, .
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WRITER ON THE
KONG MEN AND
DPF WOMEN .'.

tity ot the Weu'lbd Wit Tends
-i.sPelitict Is Taitied-.,-LylGS
Appeal to Weo 1 a 4 $43! pthe
Restore Old Confidenvae
earthl does It stetn, thit .obimad
oblige you are always talking abQbt?-
Ill nil thi there Is an indloatloob 9
duItii,', yet ai l statements make oti
nisretpr'eseiatlont whii un iqualiflld.
lhiing true of Individuals only. not of
the nation at large. There are dlslioti-
uit polltlelnis, d. htalionest inpltnllsta.
dishonest trademuen,'ntd. a small cliqlut
of siantudt rogues of rlotii soxes tonsplo-
utous In sQciely: blit these people art
thie sen in of their va-lous classes, wlio
havo risen lIlko salln o thle sarfiae,
itild there etroinP eottajplcuons, nattlt-
ilg tilt unetviable nlotorl'ety. t1ot by.
r't't oiin Of llit'lr Ilerit' hill utfor iiail of
i-thf- olid qitiltail w ilrntl-i il i lt l iha
isretirt flanllte forn tlit ill nmore ldeal'-
Tibloe pIlluces. 'lie inuitio i inot to Ut
Itred by the stlintUrd of( tdetit'nt
piper a nd it taiosrplloils cuuttlt sll;i. .
Thie; a'rvetnt, o ril tle iroiiotlinl. 1t
1iienlli ninde l l'y methotla whillit wilt
inot behn' afivestigatloit, Is not 0o11 tyap-
ri.al serlf-inado man. We m' *still 'our
lhrt'laltrt'y geuttlenilet In. wlhoseB fltail-
lies llte tl'ulltlot of honor" h'td beenl
Iaitnld el own 1instillled to the preesht
tilt.,; auid woe liiiv is tir gi'e t r'e tire l-.
itllivrs iof liono'itnbl> iitounti v'e. 'lioae
(1:11411,1 l'r, I r' ir>n yll l tlil l fl A1 evidelp ne
r w'ltIl t iun innitt ln itiep oit by lrionpat
iiii it, lit ni fr'e nlitinry. 'il'tl, orilg-
IliIjll lo tind liaiid wlit 1 w;1 s t it-xpeted of
Ilo biarer, it nl with lits hionorih,' niid
right hlotor'llle are the intost orilliiti ry
lll I i llo lior Is tlth Ihealti of a nil-
tloit, naild hotor I11i lll outr itnatonal
lcd tl. It 11his bIreet no Ivntlti toit t frotit
of old [lint nalln Nligllhitna'll" word Il
Ills boand, ltid Eulilllh Ivonlitrl will sce
to It that It does nt cease to be so.
BRAVd MAMVIA HIPPOPOTAMUS.
An Incident BliowtHi That eoineivtiere In
Itil Ud i Aunimal Ll.d. n Druan
Tile hntpolotniain Is liot getiilt'rlly
credited with great hlitelletiluni power.
but It ealnils f-owi tile followlug Inc1.
dent, takel froin ithet 'opaln- wScience
tMontltly, tint "'Roiulewhere' In thlat it'iS
of tflesli nlan ft rosides a tutalil prompt.
to a 'a-'irtl wt't'lt lltt ii'tlld'' ntillt d ltght
aif nilt Etigllml Vog6lt0'il lpnr'k inv ail
anlay hllppopotttituts. \w hll'li a il Iint ited
(;Uty ,ltwken becatise 'l(t birtlldily fell
ilpoiu tile Bth of Ntoveitbli'r.
T''he yputntg liillpopotauiiUs twas lbQitl
lite tizp of a beolin pig, of a ptlki.hilt-
shto color, andt an pIIuyful as a kittell.
It was only three days nold whoit, as
thu superintendent of theu ,oo wus
wanlchluf the o little fellow's anttles, it
dived to the bottom anid did not rise.
Tho grow a-itinalna ihever geipanu tn.-
dier waiter mnueih longer than threp ll-
ittec; so tl te time weit oiln and no
Ii by reanlliienred, the auperlntendont
lt<''ll;;1 nillnrllcd.
S 1'litn twetily udilut.'s hind elapsed
"11o ga've orders thlint ho Vaiter be
dr1inwV fromt Ihe lu k to rtecuver the
Iodaly of What he "flt sure wnth n dead
Ihtay bipPpopottimuw A thIe plug was
Ilit'l 111 reonal'ed .younua tlty I'Fawkel t pv
ltti1red, liiiklnig iis funny lltlttle horse-
like ac', anltd wa'eltrrlig a lilppopotamleo
grin., wlaitrh soeeted to saty, "D')on't be
rlrighlteied; I'm nil right. You don't
Icnow all bout me yet." The young
unlutals have n a great ,power of re-
inlialliig under lnter, which they lose
ita they Increase Iln years.
TIte next Itinle haby weut (o thle bot-
tom, however, was not so mullch of a
Joke. iHe tried to climb upthe SlIde of
tlie tank It which there were no steps.
lle fell bark ughail atl agallit, until.
he snnk exhausted. The keepers were.
gilthered l abott the tfuik in great atnx'
Iety, but table to helpp' The alothbr-
however, hurried to her baby wib all
her clumsy hate. Shbe dlyed, put her
broad nose tndet (luy Frtwltee, shbov-
eled him utip, and boheld hilm Itbhave tlhe
utrfiface ntll bhe hIad recovered hie
breath and was rested, .
I was nearly half an hour before, h
little fellwv was able to make tno6t bi'
attempt. ThUen hq mUade u huge e*Rff
ilejnuia Hlippopotameus gave a I4I;
shore with iar head, awl ,0tqs Q.,
fIawk#s elanbtbrfld ridapahantly O1%
the sIdo of the ault .
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tBlondes VTerossu urunetleml.
That It Is more dift-lnit for au Ido1nale0
to dress bteouallIglly thai1 n 1ibrittntue,
Is the dictum o( a celebmlt'td artli't.
11e bases his o1tulon partly on thei
fact that blonde. nearly always nt-
tinlmpt delleitte'bluaeS and presume to
wemtr Ivbry whtp, whereas. "ouly
Omuighi ver to attvptpV pale bli'es,,
nJil "*oInly' Itho fall -st and best cared
fut llaait,li-c ulihtilid rInk l-ory whbltes.
All tll'-' lustiih best elius to ctreauai

ItUiit'ltl,,. it appears, have nil the
winan i-.n Iua toele't fromit-red, or-
nig', ythli cit11ti nrfw ofr the purples
nald litu's.. Itlotiil..s eUtist pick tihlrt'
golwi 1 f- 11ii1i I liue t1-tot lnPteS-lhe pinks,
jgreei1s a lld vihul-t., nutid I 'lti- I utid
white 1'tiL, nliluh li early every
ws-6ai over forty si'1u ps. i''srt.l toI
w-ear, Is "a -shokinlg tIlltali. rtev't-,1tiu
the r'svagt pf timnie Il the crtielest
Wyt Whetnevele the concealtuent of
ngo Isa cotalsidetatlolij It should ba
n vohded."
Yellow I also a deadly color It worfi-
nenr fair hair. It robe it completely
of Its color and lustre. Plimk and red
ure both trying when worn itn justa-
IosdlIton o tfile face, though of tiet two,
it is preferable to wear them above the
face rather thail nbout the ue'tk. Ditrk
purple, blues a tnd greens should be
a voided by wonient who have a teit-
dlency to be haggard, with dark circlell
under the eyes and hollow cheekS.
Vhilte alid bliek gowns, whes auecess.
fully fleplgned, are about the most Ibe-
tomanig ifowgus i iwontt cni llwear, this
jrtlstl says Ln Ctcontcliloni,
siulontolliness f C~upllhoan.
A ivwoftan desRres Sitoothniess of coin-
I)leKloS als well as failraiess. Slio eat
have neither witholtt a thotroungh
clealntsin both withial n d without.
Not only mniust face, hands, throat
Iteek and anrilk be thoroughly washed..
liin( istde should drink winter, iuuny
glasses t day that dlgetlluti niay be
nlded, impur'lles carried off and the
skin rendered free frortm hemlah, says
tho Ilousekleeper. Tills water should
be spring water or good pure drink-
Ing water. It should not be Iced andt
should be taken between mieals. At
large maultarlttins every patient Is giv-
eni 11 glass of warm water an ilf hour
before uneall time to ald digest lon, and
half of the virtue in Ithe-vanrlohe asplan
lies l 111lie fact that time visitors drink
tbi watvir Creely. To obtain hot wa-
ter at a give tilue nnd to boe inlthod-
leal Il drinu [Iig Ias not always coven-u-
lent, but the wonilat who adescres n
sinuooth coillplexion will beginll with at
glsats of sold witler tile first I11intg In
the nt'urning nnd will take four or five
glauses before linmcheots. A correspond.
Ing aumuber should be tinkent I the atf
teruloon and one or twO glnsses u1poln
rotrling. Water drinking.l one of tihe
Infest 'cures reeomiientled by physl-
ltens for rheumntlimni. but enre nuiust
always ebo tBken tlnt the water is
litre, lnot too cold ntid not talkeln at
'eali tilue.

Doing Awarwy WIaI stah |s1ilinee.
LIttleo 'rliucesM %etdTrlA bf Walep,
granddaughter of Kilg Idwlard, I beo-
ilmg htglht to rtilt hoe'ba eltk &Curdllpg
to ths."new stfle." Wiloib ithewta that
to e crosp pept ibA ,bepU s .pqtde for
her, Itoyal patrmbiate q tapiip.' al:oll
in Emingtid, ulh'.tUi' fA t thAt ft a tf-
trt'res qjs hitiunat e6 the mit' Add4Jo
by woIa' ,wJ.I vepuahilly cabnnt fr
miorp in d iwty Itb tho Mlhte sod-
dle than If t doseu of tie most pint'on
tent lhorsewbaen : In thie country
mlyjuld adopt- the fprer', Princess VIc.
tPt'Ea'0 riding coaptllno itltltudes a klt-
-t lsirt and n 'dotubl-brensted refer.
nai w-ben bshe I.s astride of her pony
t*6W sKljt bnass neatly pp bpth sideq,
fho P rJnee ina n rliitees of Waliles Are
r'er.V ansnebl Old iaple, na d' It 1 I 1"
at g l ikely saye the8byqrtaWosamn Il
the Illuatretsli d l p wll VlnW. thlat ,
they would Pehtlwt ttier il4uiter ,tO '
ride astrlde thaw dla'hot vih lb ..
be UindmitoOd til the no' fSIbmi
of e'quetitr alohaid oftri bitan ivr-
provarL ollowvliu so eofaely on thel

elud p'lv rth Uhst i'it s Vogue to a-


'reth wiasew -w -
TIW brdle I fvaeha of. movel tffcti -*

Ztk'W Torrk y.. : '"!" '.-'
The cloudy tle of time bt'jI 4% Ji
ihEd sft iwrbitle drlapleMie of t 1iw ,
rhaflm lfe9n we-e Lnrther elnibtl 4
th, trestwmt of the IY1o4V t
prayer book whicm the brMJ. ^i .
ilf plaee oft wileuquet In the qbrt -)
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niade its appearance i. l---
but it niiiut be used witb' '
An imported hat In a,
isorr.tintg onu navy blue,
with tl~t-se lyneluths and ribbon
ttm tellhes Ith e tmloon ". p |
In it iertin-t lIlght, the eon -
lion I111ms to liuluC; tul
ti nt1 tld it shoiwas violet tli te. i.
For a (al it' Lirtheasi.,
A sonenimiut o rezaveagatt blttMW
-way of Rel'alig the Ice I rt's
glris' hiunchenl1 Is noted at ViIqU
At Ithe due timeit the waters
etail a fn1l gitest a pretty plate T-. .
Is lyIng a ihtInk roae wtlItb h 9.
atetit. -Ult off Ishort so as npet." o-
the rose with tis freight i e-,e
pl tteI'r.
I.ook closely tandt you will ftiu
the fresh hIenrt of the ro se1 ItI
inchlieed out ity tie stern'- U ,
tI e presmiillig genius, and: t1 it 1a
space galinet is used as a recegtA
for ice cream. -"4
The roses are so large that th
really may be made jo coatlit 4 ht
helping of Ice creasn. T i.i
froseni very stiff, so It t1ay-
bounds. The roses must n l
aid. the sterns mutat be -w -
short. i -
Proper Dress rs lts-'-
No matter how swell a We
inent* may be, she la tdll'lk '.
they are not properly fastens,.
are hundreds of not-a-hook, t
ton, not-a-pl devices on thie 1it
for keeping plackets closed andr -i
and skirt together, but nothlng yet
rented does the work Ilkle a.
strong, old4fashloned hbook-j
sy* the New .York. ian Thie.
lUun for her who would bt'
ree?ed together Is to sew t "0
eyes on every skirt ban" 14 til0
tell No. 2, sew two strong -bho0ll#
very firm and stout webblogr #'lW
Iickle on one end. "
Htrap this firmly on t(6ite httia .
the shirt waist, (it the books 07Y.'
eyes, and there you are, rim asand
annd neat.
In Choosing Yoear MIc ae "1
How very becoming iAlli bill
borough bate are to tall girflh I 1.
shoulders! One of the cle'r' 4l
lliters III London once told me,.
writer in thie London Truth, tb& iW.
choointg lints Sor her custouwer4 t ti
ou she was qulded as mueh .. -lb*
shape of the slioulders as by tlW6 'e.
head, contplexlott nud hair. I have e'f,
telln thought of Its since, for onie 9 '
so nially Iilalk's e -ande In this taft '
gKlrl of live fe't two ill a faiInabolt -
ough hlint hia etInainged to choose tlthe-.
hleudgear that inakes her look Are fetoo'


Demand Tor Penther I11lter11
In England the demand for 9
inilliltery Is very lurge. In t)l
try It is riot nearly so oxtenpalt,]
The Inflneuee of bird proteotl
ties and the itrlngabny of law
to prohibit the desktrutlat '
have cnused an faillu O ff-In
of fcnther iulllluery. '...
Pay eol hnhglislh 3l 't5*
nusae In Queen Alesol
pearlu MlIftary Ntrsing ,
*esh a ltnitlal salary t g
Whp* becomn es a',
twom-O Wttoa$23. 4A
grad trll tI0 to

The wotmeU
the wheel isd, -
are now devpotlbg4 <
really to. Othletio A rol/e0 .

arrow--u- 't I Aft--'"

ti -the bottost' O thI itn1ul
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U. aODWIN, ville Star, h h hib v. s
S -4Kor and Projretor. winryP000.114 to
don' u ht s when he'll an of i
April 28, 190, at Ganesvile, acting when oe' In Stockn'eand arconstantly receive ,I
of March 3. 1879. We don't qt if hale WE a re, S t popnr
ever Tuesday a riday, former attempts to tu ty "'kl 4" lt tth s prlito f the ust imaes. r O
Syear in advance, oils from the error Of t blood from aI fw f, ..s
ji Cents for Six Month., "abtae," but .la conventloniet. and :'.et m W ecllIour faowle ti re br .dt to pl!
I a Cents for Three Months. called It would PublicOpinion has declared that whether vhs want t on
A Vlr.TriNo RATHS. to cotlate hq, youngster is ted t gr Particular attention toa the Ladies t
Readers in brevere type, 5 cents after th l3ifess- gianthood. tie Animles obf Mti Bocrport liens"All Amer- k f
c hah inet ond its a mucharedeclaring tha tie 'i. ".1 B i. ooanduMae's "All Am er-.a. i.d..
'for display advertisements priced moire walner than none of' hi. r. limmtaute a c" and Walk Over" grades1 .e d.asV. e e tkisZt i
r. -- minds us of thime *. b 4 to complete ne d i .oho
S editor Is not responsible for th1 polli could not be' knew notwh..h ster w.s, J.n Math SOl, o T* ou wan
Sof correspondents or others can- theas to believe that whom ho oue wow0l4ealaism, until h* do the rest
,,tag to his columns. thign abo it that c protalsn yong m& O e and Le.fte 0Oe. nlnep8iile, FiB.
An ttb id IaqeF$tore. Qu1nes v e, Flo.
DEMOCRATIC n ths oe nd o m d upon the I P 6 OAINESVILLE PLANIN D AND FFI
'DEMOCRA ...'-we wet like the fellow who asked d 'of fam, and then every11 IMM, 'PHONE 16. PLANIN F
an old gentleman for his daigbtvr., rakdal Itn the eommualty wa te r .. '
rited St:e~S J"tor r- The following dialogue octcrred: to claia him te hi eo. fCJ. K. ..,x. mSTA.LI.NBD 39.
DeIcis f y p.illiam r. t ones I deskrBMr IS a-ni Wt R T h o-r H-. F. DUTTON & CO.
ofraseslua pC dsfObr, Mamie." lN IeBy nfilectedl b IIRS.
'. ""Pa Mr. Jones-"You must be jok- "daddy." a -- D f a
1 T. A. earnings, Ing. William.". uiy,,,, a x D SEA ISLA NLERS IN--
CS. Kocmnce, William-'^ 'Io air, X aw not, H .iiye"f If the taxpayers of Florida wuIU 1U A T
tonma. Mr., Jones; WI vm "l o teuin mutheir taxable property F' oUU IU I l A N Dl C Q T
toneman.earnest y. U e. real value instead of at about ne- Call on me when you want to buy
Mr n B.owrAtd. f. t i4lstltei 6y' Wil- third of its value---"a. now the A Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus Ii
lpp'ea B. Broward. 4 nIou ."' Wit- third of io prevailing oa-the at wold Strip or Sides. Manufacturers of the JAME4 DQIO IMP
tat Of State hi tO d manrr con- ppr the eyes.of the. ord tor ENGLISH SEA ISLAND COTTON GIN.
rl tto marry Manie. appIhthetomarof the worldto .
We do not know whether we hav three times. he amount f Horses, Mules, 'Buggies Ganesville, Florida.
.Zllia. will convince the Metropolis o our wealth that t is now"crcdit with. o Mues, Bgis -.
lesincerity, ornot;,but wewere.mever the tuz rate would be ouly one- Carriages, Wagons.
-C.rOom. more Iu earnetin 6u Ittffthiif-wetSitbitlbnItt oia"'dwi' Harness, Bridles, -
asaurer were when w were tif'lob for" Wt .to now steer cl of Pier- A r
illuam V. Knott.. .the Metiols. Ida wold meher by the ho. Saddles, etc. Railway
aident Public Instruction suds.. /
.Holloway. L0, uny Ito' have Wt d Schdule 1 ffctive December 7, 3.
-of ASriculture ,gpt 'b. probA rbi -,ho.,lr*nda editors akould stop 'their -- .' 27 i 3 I I SOITIERN DIVISION. I4 34
.la. w, iwtats Tl at Mr. reward. The Iw 9 35a 8 301 3 oap Lv .Jacksoille Ar I) 5o 7 I
rt-Six V ea ati ve.W. .. .... r ,2 2op p {, INESVLL. v 7 ,
..w a c. e .. .w:*Auwv3og945.I.u1 56 o5p 3 .aldn.......... 634 o
of on"',o.. he 3f W e, Re THOM AS, 12,,,",.2....56 ..

tU hi Gs ai nesville, Florida. e y .
eCout .orlado. t. Mend c s .
Inio rd, ohe g.' t ig m ad old era r t u fact as Well as a ,a ,me. e .


8, h keor. '_ of G0 la.vil, Bapti.t -'L a ,r, to one-half of J | I n .. r9 a 7 v e o e.. .. 273
ate. ..and Methodt churche 'epectve. miuA, will not only cau enrl e ANA l A wck p Ar Lve Oa 1



.a Mathen go p the and a wipro of vt benet tolorida tct Pronal Atteion ven Ar DenmarkpTh e 7 pp sp Aro talho .8.... 4
Coaon. r..t fitt, "d Treduction the rowi evet Promptly. Ar let 9 55p Ar .. .



S inaon.. Hornet at J. B. Holl ad traton.-Metropoh. Jacsonvile 9 ooa 7 sop v Jacsonvillea. 4
SJ. Kelley. pof the. sonville Baptist t ou he LMexisliau did one-halt of 1 ,Ar Verula.ina iu p Ar Lake . .
obertson. and Methodisty. church respect ve, mill, wtal not ony because generally Ar nrunswick ...... 36p 3S Loue Oak...... .
ro forprAr t.counairfax ........ .3 olp I 44a Ar Montcello ....... on








t Commissioner ty handorui sinladry county and racyuf Florida. It iSthigt tm It C St rict Pronalks a Gd Supplies. t IrainNo 34, Seaboa oxprss, drawing roo Pullman .leepers
SMathea go up theo nfor end ake a willproe ofr benefit to ora Strict Personal Atte. . LA. ark 3 57 a Ar Tallaha .....
few sphe,.Leon will- dry. throughout t.ou. TAll Busite in This te. e- Ar Columbia...........i 3op p Ar Quiney. .........
P. Pang 8. B. Rogers-led th fiht that of reducton is the erowu bg event graph and Mail rers Ar Hae....... 8 oha Ar Pensacola ........










Pdol Boan de r .Ponand en wa on- M etropohs. tly. ^ ^ ^ ^^ sss ue r b w
"Hin EdMr. Cortelyou af chairman of his einov, the Bartow Courier-Iuformimntigt, .
rS. .P conigpcy......... Ar THIS PAPER is published in the inter- outhice of Two Through Car L
D Dickinson.' Hornet soas that Raev, 3., .Halley admluistration.--Metropoiha. Ar Raleigh.
dent Public Instruction reigned therypato monte 6 ub- butte a andma up before you Ar PorotLl.....of the Moral, Business and Politic n- o-







Sha been wicked enough rib or rpo wl me ry ugry. teestsr of Gainesville, Alachua County and R ST 0 oo ar oa.. ....
Tr u LKer ll-ey. vo1 wb i ptlet chueh an as on The Metropolis did n ot support I U URAM Ar hio ...... L, .Y1..
of the me ort tat drynd ontray to aB ward ff r trnor gu Ar ngrereally ....Florida, and in the financial interestNashville........- of its......
H. Robertson. a "nt" county. -He doe n't seem ernatorisi ntouslnation, but ithe arty .' U.Ar Philadelphw r. 6 36 a o......-....
.'rveyor to realize the fact there is greater has spoken' thnd Mr rll re- OO U O Atrnlle. iae, Oneo s S

















Ai by a6PnrdM-deat rnAtion on the half mWADt would be unjust to ex- B THI STAR is the PearPIu's paper. ? Yl in C OaSt Lin e
as Crouton. uas d for preachers in a wet.ulaty now the candidate of twie and as the editor conscientiously believetoe are the n Chattanooa.
tOi indutria htidakwhltw nlf Its awhe n principle, expert rain No. n, Seaboard Exrp atess, rawig rooa ullman le
i missioners thtoan there ailkn a dry county, and racy f Florida. It hih tare a considered, and, $4 10
Damper, he filed to inform his readerWithat lo cnee or two newspapers iie a caace Jacksoalways wel oille n ai
,., Pedrie Mt. Holley's atmmessor here-Rev. State to get .through with the disah AINiSVILL . .oFLA.No 6 Jaaboa iloclayee a
7 F. 7. Paulling, S. B. Rogers-led the fight that of crow, and jump into. the bamnd t S&% SS4 5 CS, %3f,4,%, 4,3I 4,yft4, s *% Jacksonville and Washington amid drawng roomm Pulma sleepers between
F. Townsend. dried Washington county, and then walon. Metropothes. Jacksof THE onTville an or. 35k
r of School Board is to Alahua, other dry po an at Archer wih rly Bird r only by its editor and proprietor.
I Martin, of Polk from Bartow to Lakeland Stamers for Key Ws am
Weeks. the s oene of his labs h l is about to cause a war of words E U E Cc, A CI)O lEIJi1 Ass't Gen. Pass. Agemmt, Jacksonville, Pl*,
Zt.iuore re ma r s b Te as c ioosevelt bys he selected between oasre n L a e Ntew d contemporse-C h oC
4 .iwkows of the average Mr. Cortelyou as chairman of his n, the Rartow Co, nrer-Infourmtnt T Pe 4Two ThCar Li


WW 3 St ld*nVi ladet c
A.. ..-bitionfis. have nomi. om pa. "" < i SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive Oi sale daily. Good fifteen days. ae on ten day
-aFor reservations and information ap ply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or
mkan by the ans "r ml- low to begi ,ut" o utp his owI The newapapem will now prob- nl.MKlRON Tra Mg W J cA T ka
thousands of gate and .** t tim about de ureed for a few days M on .J. c o,
111 be willing to "stTitn getting ttag I Ia lan, with m eoumts of fatal accidents 8 ttion,
P -- --OIailignN w 'ss. A
VOWeA .s$wt tad, eherem with ep Vles toy pistol, etc..
ol twt ea form plan=t^' wiPa s we re carlsasuly through- Gainesvlle &w d If Quth'wogy
'*brami, in writing to the la wIltk s bOdy--ie. If out the country yestday.. D. B. GODWIN, Editor, T W
t he has"noax tq aDt.psed w. ime Table ir Effect July Ir, 1908.
ver, he will contt. The nanU who is not w.ling o OGaineSVille, Florido
copy In the hope e nation fgiv another who l inulted. No.
publicity. -Palatkheaot s ed Daiy ,. aTATION8. nd Yetthe So ..
OWEtthat I bbss eater mewarad b -
.o...ty "'t .f~,~e I G' St'.' -m||Ca. uC. THOMAS, P M A M.
A., .' .., w.. .. .. A T T O R N E V A T L A W Pairfie ld ...... ...
-* ^Your Chickens Eggsn, Gatfel o-a. .... ."' :
Vegetables, and fact all Oppcalte Brown Ifouse.. ... .. ...
kinds of Country Pro- 'Phone No. 97. --*4
hXT 13A Yc CHRISTOPHER MATHESON,31
oATT oaRNmy AT LAW 4. r' ...--
Highest Prices for Co-n. o L an ,
ll.i .. I, $;A" *- .tr.y Pilodeme. at 8 1 .1-as Ge;meville, Florida. : o 5,- '.... t}
F 2kCheap a the Oe -ppt. Oaice In lier's Law imzcc4ange. ti
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