The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
July 31, 1903
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
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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A Former Negro Politician Sells
Whiskey and Comes to Grief.


Positive Evidence Against Him
--Sheriff aot Man, Money
and Booze.
Everybody in Gainesville or hereabotat.
has heard of W. A. Waters-better
known as "Old Gus Waters." In days
that have passed, when the freedmincu cut
no little figure in the politics of Alachus
county, "Gus" considered hiinself-and
was considered by others--quite a poli-
tician, and even now some of the nieti-
bers of his race consider him "some
During the local option campaign
which' resulted in the closing of Alachua
county's saloons nearly two months ago,
Gus talked prohibition, and says he voted
S the dry ticket. About that time he went
.to a furniture store here and bought a
table, ,and said:' "Whiskey has about
been my ruin, and I'm going to qilit
drinking and go to eating."
S Bu" t soon after tse county went dry
Gus went into the liquor business; lie
probably thought he was too suai i to be
caught up with, but he was not, It has.
he.,, _i khiown foursome time that het was
Ordering cases of whiskey fronu Jackson-
ville, and Shetiff ennell' has had an eye
on him. Yesterday afternoon the ihe, if
Ssaw another negro come out of Gus'
.blind tiger with a quart flask under his
coat, he demanded of the negro where
he got the contents-coru whiskey-aiitn
the buyer confessed that he bought it
from GusWaters, that he paid fifty cents
Sfor it and was to pay fifty cents more.
Hle said he had bought of (tus before
The She iff entered the tiger andl fotlni
a case containing eight quarts of cori
Whiskey, four other quarts having bees
disposed of. He also found on the often.
der's person a:5o cents piece which he
recognized as one he had given Presle3
Green, the buyer, but a short while be
fore. He took tlhe whiskey, man an.
Gus was taken before Judge Masont foi
trial, and Attorney B. A. Thrasher. ap
peared to prosecute the case. 'Ihe evi-
dence was conclusive, and the defendant:
was bound over int the sumn of $500 t(
await the action of the grand juiry. H.e
went to jail, and there ''quit drinking
and went to eating."

The Coffin Factory.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Riles and Mr. Wynn,
have ar ived it tlih city from Montlrook,
and will make Gainesville their future
home. Mk Riles is manager of the
Gainesville Plaining and Coffil Conil-
' pany, and he and Mr. Wynn copies to
comniience work on the plant to be
erected here. "
'As soon as a ,' ,-emlnents about loca-
tion can. be pD -',.el we are told that
work will begin in ea nest. This is the
enterprise already mentioned in Trllt
STAR several times, and which the peo-
ple of Gaumesville welcome most heartily.
Women Came Clear.
Annie" Pinkney, Caroline Evans and
SRvaline Chislionin, thep. three niegro
women from Joneaville who were tried
by a-juryin-Judge Masoa's cout MoNn-
day and Tuesday on a charge of trespass
* made by C. B, Williams, white, were ac-
quiftted by the jury Tuesday. .
The case consumed all the day Mon-
day and several hours of Tuesday. At-
torneys B. A. Thrasher and J. M. Rivers
were the prosecuting allottneys, and At-
tozneys R. E. Davis alnd J A. Carlisle
represented the defendants.

The Municipal Building.
Gainesville's new handlsorn bick mu-
nicipal building has been completed, and
the city fathers are now occupying it.
The fire department will occupy the low-
er quarters, and it will be but a few days
before the entire building will be in use,
and for the purpose for which it was
This building Is one of which Gaines-
ville people can well afford to be proud,

and it certainly fills a long felt want.

For Sheriff,
To the Voters of Alachus Coanty:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
. duties of the office to the very best of my
ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at the polls.

Have your pictures enlarged and
framed at Garretts Studio. One thousand
feet of molding to aisive in a few days.

Assurac Society of the
United States,
Thame A litipua, aagern,
I I. M. .e Ia .,

em. 1Asset,
3 4,' ,, '. ..' '. ., .

Saloon Ian oDicldes to Ulve Up Sa-
loon .uslnesa,'
l.Jl.rida i.g )ing dry. A Mready a .arge
majority of her' counties have voted opt
tile saloons, and .In other counties the
fate of the liquor traffic is sealed. Several
counties ar e w the troes of a wet
and dry campaign, are circulating pe-
titions to have elections ordered, or con-

sideritig the advisability of doing so.
The catpatign in Jefferson county is
ilowv attracting much attention. In thai
county the saloon men are without hope,
Read the following letter from a Monti.
cello saloon talln to a leader of the term-
perance movement in Jefferson county:
Dr. G. B. Glovet:
My Dear Friend:
I want to thank you for the uniform
fi endship manifested for me for years-
especially in the recent past I have
given your counsel careful consideration.
This mot niig I write to say that I accept
you r advice and pledge inaself to abide
by the same. In other words 1 promise
to give up the liquor business an co
operate mwith you in your efforts to carry
this county against the sale of liquors.
I shall w withdraw my application for li-
cense to continue after Oct. i 1903. InI
arriving at this conclusion I have a
powerful two-fold reason-lny respect
and confidence in yourself and my great
respect for the elements engaged in this
movement. I could not be a good citi-
zen and autigonfze the will of the best
tmen and wottlen of my county whose re'
aspect above all thitigs I desire. Tlis is
my home and no value can be so high as
the respect and sympathy of those who
have kaowa me and been by, friends for
a life-tinre. There can no longer be a
doubt as to public sentiment in this coim-
umunity atnd I cheerfully yield to '4he
same-both because I now believe it
right and because it gives me pleasure.
Yours very sincerely,
T. J. TAvI.oA
P. S. You are at liberty to use thls let-
ter as you see fit,

Beautiful Stock, Useful (oods and
Polite Attention.
Nowhere in middle Florida can there
t)e found a more beautiful, useful and up-
to-date stock of goods than is kept by
C. C Siith, :the Jewler, in this 'ity.
jewelry of almost every discliption
cheap (but not worthless, as is some
chlerp jewelry), and as costly as the most
extravigiht buyer need wish for. Fine
table ware of all kinds, beautiful 'ulm
brellas for ladies samd gentlemeil, aund in
ract, an almost endless supply of beafiti
'ul goods.
Mr-, 'tniith's show windows .are tihe
most beatitiful aud artistically kept of
any in the city. In these windows many
beauties are to be seen, and sorne of
them are reinarkably cheap. If you are
handsome; or pretty, and approach
near these windows, you will see a hand-
some. or pretty gentleman or lady, as
the case may be.
Strangers who come to the city, al)d
desire to see a place of beauty or wish 4to-
buy something real nice and useful-for
their own use or to present to friends-
should not fail to enquire for the store of
L. C. Smith, the Jeweler, where they
can find what they want, and can get po-
lite attention.
'This is no advertisement, and its ap-
pearantce will be a surprise to Mr. Smith,
but what we have said of this place is
true, and if there is any doubt in the
minds of our readers about it they have
only to visit the place to -have their
doubts removed.

Heavy RaIns-Fodder Pulling nd
Other News.

TRHNTroN, July 27,-On Wednesday"
and Thursday of last week this locality
wap. visited by heavy raints and severe
winds. Timber and fencing were blown t
down, though crops were but slightly
Fodder pulling is about over. and the 0
farmers will enjoy a rest spell.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Colson,
last Salurday, a fine 9-lb. baby girl.
M-s-. C. C. Diomniond is still quite ill.
The teachers' institute will meet at
Jennings Lake Saturday, August I, and t
it promises to be a great success.
A. L. Sanders and family spent Sunday F
with C. A. Williams and family, and Mr. y
and Mrs. B. S. Williams visited their son
B. F. Williams the same day.' c
Prof. O. M. Tillman of Union Grove i
spent last night with Prof. J. A. Ormond
of Trenton.
The first boll of open cotton for the
season--in this section-was taken from
the farm of W. iH. Gay last Monday.
A series of" meetings will begin at r
Trenton Baptist church Friday, August
7. Everybodyis invited to attend. .Rev.
J. K. Sheffield will conduct the meeting.

"Giddens' Unparalleled Hair Grower
is all that its name implies. It cures
dandruff stops falling hair and produces
new hair.. It is an excellent hair dresser.
For sale at S. B. Gidding's Drg btore,
ainesvdlle, and the Postoffice Drug Store
High Springs.

Don't Worry. The town s dr, bat
plant that S0 ..1o a d.ay with Meyers
an4 Watet grow to 7ll 8 gn g aaIt.

No trouble to mseke a frIse any sae at
any price with B n9n' %W1t4 1
'.chl" At Oirsu .'

A "I uk

lnant m JafeCksvile, wa- crossing palini" rights church, Ricbmund Va., will wish them. The water coatainr sulphnr, sonally cause L., I lynt, W. R. 1 houns
with Gainesville friends yebterdlay. spend p rt of the month of August sup. and sl no doubt beneficial as lath water a'idu T. W. SLhnssi to ml e kmtown to be the
G. W. lasterlin, a prominteut business plying for the church at Granville, Ohio, as well drinking water. Iersoing ame s ii il nd who subscried the
nan of High Springs is pending a -Southern Raptist. ..... everally aclknwletlgcd the execution
while at Marietta, amId other points in -* threof tor the liurlOe therein expressed,
ort Marieta other i y families, and parts of families, Witness my hn ruiri l official seal, th
have Iwen lea'.ing the city for their sum- 1d 13t1lh day of Jun'e, A. I). tiu3.
Mrs. J. J. Williams and children have mer outings during the past few weeks. $Pld OUi1 LundI to0 [Notary Sreal.)J tVAN IIAIL,
returned from Lakeland, where they Some of them would doubtleoi do s well Notary i'tblic state of 'lorldl.
weit to attend the marriage of the forui to remain in Gainesville, and rest under State of 'lortda, I
her's sister, Miss Tillie. our beautifuloaka. --THE Coulnty of Levy,
B. G. Lastinger, a naval store- operator J.R. Will. WiHlisto; en Mixo before the undcereigned authoriy per.
t Valdot Ga and New Town Fl Jwlliato;Y BeC Mson olly came C. 0. Drurnmolsd to ase
at Valdosta, Ga., and New Town, Fla., Irvin; tdrnty Surveyor James Crwxton, I nrwn to be. the person .am-tn4 in and
was in the ci yesterday (rot his plce wo subscrie o the fego tl tc.
U I the ty rday rol his plce Micanopy; F. A. Teagse, Ocal; J. ,. icorporatlon, w, "'ll"k fx-
Holt, Jonesville; D. W. Towpkina, recuutlontheroof for the psuugsoae therrjn'
Mrs. Ward acd little daughter, of Micanopy, and 8. F. Waks, Grove Park, et et for oe thi
Thomaville, Ga., are guests of the form. were among the buslneas visitors to the U J Witnb mny hand and oflel Ial, this
er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bena Mlxon, city Tuesday ot a y ofl ]ay, A. A *'t
and othet relatives and friends in this Notary Seal N. R. t*t'a.
cit, The American Chemical aMd OW l Co. is Notary Public, State of PlorCda
t. now ready for bsines In ftot t plat at at Large, Kxpir eb. 1s, 194.
U. C. Stevens of High Springs cam to I already being opeste, having, cm. J. Runkle, Proprietor, .
the dt l steia MWr. .teven reported a mMed yesterday. T ias i. aw nter: Have you tried Glddln-' Hl
High Spring boomhig, aud sid theSle pri f frlaeVfliW 4a .Mt ger Others have tried it a
ptt at that price wll be In'operUt nle nhrtlhir, ad ot brma, ti'tH it tlt be a oa Forlr "at l, 1i ,'
abewt two weka. i. 'iO l,,

This 1i Very Wonderful If True-Try
a Bottle and be Conviced.
Brooktlyn.N. Y, April 41, 99
Dr. ,- B. Giddings, .
Dear Siri
Will you kindly itifortm me .by return
imail if you can send -yur' fifty cent hot-.
tie of Hair Grower the Unpqralleled
(T'ranle Mark) and if so 1 will mefd you
a postal note for the same. Pleaae It-n
fora nse the amount of postage if it cat
h)e i ailedl ''.:
When in Florida the winter of 1897
and 98 1 used five bottles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced i nice.growth:.
of hair where it lhald leet entirely bald
for fiftteel years, and now I would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
YOklm truly,
J. W. HIAYNKS, 59 llicks St,
State of Florida, )
Coutunty of Alachua,
City of Gainesville.
Personally appeared before (ha aub-
scribed, it NoLary Pulliei. in an(d for the
State of Florida, at large S,8 J CGididngs,
who being duly, sworn by me deposesaand
says that tile above testinmonia was sent
to himn by nsail by J. W. [Iaynes, A man
whom he had never seen -or. heard.f,
also that he had no knowledge of the
inail ever having Used or procured the
(Jnparalleled Hlair Grower, and as Far a'
lie kIlows-no one lhed inaluencedW hin-t to
4eiild it, asHd thiti the mian has never r e-
culved anything for lending it t
Sworn to a1idI subscribed ..lefore me
thllis 1th day of November A'. r90 go.
II. I. '.1I)ININ, M. D.
,1.M. Rivua,"











fl 0 0 C TIiTroZ S T. W. Pitts has returned frout a trip to lN PRAISE OF NOT t l'I N FO
.C I TI "S Clarence Camip of Ocala was a buisinesa' .N .. ,Notice. is hcv,y .,, tht tile tuder-
Pl nE IDDR T 1i istr o tie cit yesterday. MR l lled.,haviig ti'vgct,,..l ll aciated
oUir.i iestC into a C,,trl.ti,,l t, ,e t,,known
PLEDlE UPPORT o :" 'wor iwastrans- MAR. LIVING TON I"" "1 1
Acting business in Gainesville yesterday. Iexe<( Artlcles of lIto\ I pt;i,> the
--- original of which has Iect 1ilel ii t he
SMr. ald' Mrs F. T,. Davis of Rocky office of the Secrrtaryv ot fltate ,mill, o
Sheriff and Others Endorsed by Iint were shopping in tile city Wednes- Newberry People Are Very Proud July a7, 1 apply to llthe t'sIet nr l
i tile StaIte of I'rida for letters lpatrit
Anti-Bind Tiger League. of His Course. upon said articles of incorporntion
Mrs. Will McKiustry and children have of is 0IS i ai
S---. iturlned front a pleasant visit to Titus. W. R. TSOMAS,
THEY A RE PROM IS E D-SU IMPORT 1il viii(.F N.1 is TISSA'I'Mitti. W. .W. CTNATT,
layor 1Thoumas left Tuesday for New VXNON CI,YAIT,"
York, where he will recuperate for a --- C..O. DRUIlMON).
Thrasher, Hampton, Matheson, while. Thinks Fcnnell Acted Well. but A, civii s ()1 INCoRIO.HaTII, N
1Mert hMali of Rocky Point was trans.
Broome and Bayer Thanked acting business in the Central City Livingston, Better-No \\t. ilihe undersigued, hereby associate
.. .-\ou sltvs t,-llgether for the purpose of in-
-Asked to Publish. Wednesday. Injustice Intended. corponitiog atrnd fortihng a body corpo-
rate ttlltir tle lawa of' tile State of
GAINKsvl.Lt,.F.A., July 28, 1903. : E. Williamts, a pronmient inerchant Editor ---- --.As I beleve in letting lori.w o
At a meeting of citizens, held at the of Alachua, was a business visitor to the the credit "fall where it belongs," .
city Tuesday.. write thlls shortly letter. To r'%h .
court house this day, the following reso- ciI noti. wte tihsle front of a Gaineville Tshe oa1re ol ti1 corporation shall be:
lutions were adopted: W C. Ilevll, Arredondo, and J. .per "The Sheriff'o Good. Work at CI.V'r'''T 'rl.: CoxPe\NV, ad Its prit
Resolved, That we, the auti-lliinl iger l'eagle anl] N. I. Osteen, Alachua, were WVade." cipa1l phl ol Issiness shall be Galmes-
league, of Alaclua county, F'lotla, with i.ere eay. While we approve of Iuittig down all ville, Florid, the said CColpaly Imay
eage, of c cot, Fla a .. L r esday. devils, yet wihen we tell it abroad, we have such other ottices and places of )tk1s-
a multitude of good and law abiling citi- Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping 1shoold see to it tlt the right tnan igets iess as n lay ie provided by the by-laws
zens of said county, most heartily nl- purposes, t5 sct. a hundred or 25 or 5 credit for the good, shrewd work r holw. tLhereof
dlorse atnd counnend the aclio'I rf our '' at it S1 TAR offer takes to catch Athe evil-doers. A' ic ; II.
most worthy and efficient Sheriff, Ho A. ison, owner of the ig 1 do not attpt to deny tt ur ser- The general liature of dhe business to
W. Fennell, in his attempt to ei force P a rk farn, at Bennington, was an agree- iff acted his plart' well in thi s wiOk, y t he tranisacted by aidd corporation shall
all law, and especially that (f local ale caller at THI SrAH office yesterday. o I t e the raising, .buying and selling or
li viligston's ttillane, above 10l, shld tisii I alllg or tradilig iII ,cattle, "
option. WVe fully endor.te hitil ilSti his Plresh meats, groceriesland vegetables have had the pru)ienl t place in th1lt lth's., l' h Iep, g)aiS hogs and other
conuse in arresting those who are ill, Call,, send lme your orders or 'phone for coluntlt. We people of Newberry are kinIs of lhv !il ock tand nlltll s;,tlle ibny-
gally seing intoxicating li t yol wat,. J. G. Harrold, 'Phone very proud ol such a tmn as Mr. l.iv'iugs- iig, selling a Ild county. N o 25. ton. lie shows by his actions tisat lie I-- \IeI.s, C o is,) ill cs, iatilrlit itn I1 It, WO)ds,
county. A lier Lev county people were hleves in nothing lt that whih is lawful timivr, 1ts, gi 1ttu alni :dl other pro.
Resolved Secoil., Thai as t lawi^-al) liil A r f. levy county people and right, and hy the great work he is .,Iluncit f Iau, ll itl lithe growing of sucl
citizens, we hereby pledge him or nol ucre Monday night and attended a meet- doing, and some e others, we hop to piotn s; the blying, selling u and nt-
citizetls, we hlert c pletdge Ilillln o)tlS" iO ;ll y s ; ti.le-yi, .., w.ling 1114 Mort
our personal i ence, ad if lig of the Gaitnesville Chapter, Royal greatly change the natne Newlerty has gtug o real estate of all kiuts; the
support, our erso Itl so long. own inid tt oarrtih of sbrwestlslls, grist
need be, our money, inl his nsilnly enofrt A So as there are so tany good things, mills, cIetUongilln aid oil t 1i ill tlso the
to stamp out the blinll tigers of the 'if it is.job printing you want just send which have been dlonte in and aroumlll counstcitinlg, uwninug mid Ouperatiig o
co your order to Lte htar. It will have here with Mr. Livingsto1 in the froiit, I col sLorIge tll(d pack1Ming pilalls.atl(d tfa-
coutity. i prol atetustiorn, lad work td rcles ,4ery lunch hoped to see hil ionamge ill this cilities; 41i' iellerally' the doitig ndtpi er-.
Resolved Third, That we il-io comn- will suit You. tf one.tat wtiic has lit to ligst. I forlll g o till t (cessar acts atid te-.
miend our ever vigilant city marshal, r ill( Mr.', ainid Mrs, A: 0. Steeslburg and It we only Ihad Insore good, brave ntie ereisilig t( all lrililviege s otnferred by the
night policemian;aid otr effidielit niayr; hghlter, Miss Ruby, alid Miss Mary in each little town iln F lorida, who reall laws ot Flo, ila il upo similar corporations.
fand other officers, for.Ltwo the work h ave awor, wanted the law enforced, whalt a goo(f, I i
and l!etir, t t work l rltr 'tl, have retnrned from atl outing peaceable count ry we woulhl soot liave.
done to arrest and convict those who sell at White Springs. With a aober, thinking people a6d ll a The capital stokt of aid corporations
bitoxlcating liqnlors illegally. iili' .l G is r d usines8r closed on Sunidays, t e ringi shall hbe twenty thonlianld ihollars, divieled
Resolved Fourth, Tlat we wish to, coln- .or all r S.11. .ddof the lurch bells light be heeded aisd iut) tw l lred l re of the par al'ue
vey to his Honor, the iniyo .-of High ville, and tile Postoflice Drug btore, High siinnt i moer i t waobs hdownwdito
Light turn a listelling ear to tie oldi old l llOtLLt of stck iereto sulshcriled shall.
Springs, and the tiiarshail of that city, our Sprillss, IFla. s torv, front tire pulpits and press.. That ?e l"pai( ill in full inll cath by the secon.ld
appreciation of their efforts, in .,cncring W\. I'. Garrett's Studio ad. changed in utani is here only to prepare for eternity, tmillday iol October, 1t.i>3. Tihie tock re.
the arrest :.nd conviction of a Imprty vwho this issue of Ttlli STAR. See his lew ad. tt in ti lee great rs nh for ric1es'1 Ril tlainitig Io th L I tlstteasry %h :\til lie (lsipoied
was illegally selling intoxicasits. atd read it. Then call at Iis place and pleasure we ear s alvationly n ct "the ,l i slli tlh rller ad acordnrig to slpel
one ttlhin nieedfiul'' --sa;tlvitiit. Lerl sas Ls lite Bomrl tsf D)irectoris nsay pre-
Resolved Fifth, 'hat weapp:eciate the tell himi witt yoil want. CItZI;H. sci'ell', of which not exceeding fifty
efforts made by the oillcers aind citizrtes We have just what you want isn sterl- Newberry, July 29. s l.res may be iuotted as preferred stock
of our sister towns, in trapping the I)li d ing silver, sugar spoons butter knives, We find the foregoing it a 'nalensville A reolution of t e Boand,
tigers, wherever they appear in the tea, table andd eert poon and mani y paper, and an circutiMstauces point to sti A It.CiTV IV,
neighblorhoo~.- other pieces. L. C. Smith. as the nan by whom '"Citiien' thinks of Si. corltrtill s ll exist for a tri
Resolved Sixth, That we express our Rev. Rund Mrs. J. C. Ley of Micanopy," Mr. Iivingtton has been slightedl asid in l ,iricl v. .
appreciation of the very efficient set viers one of the oldest andl most highly respect- justice to Mr. Livingston, swholm we es The blsthiness of said corporatiotin all I
rendered by HIons. II. A. Thrasher, W. ed couples in the county were guests of teem very highly as an officer, and tl as e coil(hicted a t l emanagel by a pres-
W. Hluapton, Chris Mathisou, \V. S. friends in the city Tuesday. text for a few remarks to "Citizeii," we dent, vlce-preslldein, secretary and Itreas-
Broome and l'erdinantl lHayer in taking 'Juilge Masou issued ntarriage licenses reproduced the article in full. urcr to eiclected ;y a itboard of tirectur
a1lrot a htdnld of live Flirte ors to i'n elegicteds
the legal interests of these matters iII Wedllesday to Henry Lonmax and Fainnte Now, we assure Mr. Livingston that by thil itcksldri of live tsi, ald tol otier of
their hatds; such efforts are worthy of Diansbey, aund Benjainine Refley and In- TlEU STAR'S editor is ready and willing licern atnd agents as tile directory iayv
all praise by all our ,people, atd we unt- lialna Hlutclhiuson, all colored, at all times, and under all circunistauicesa pruvidle lor. Tle olhicsi of secretary and
hesitatingly colllelin tlhee lionoralbic For a few dtys old newspaper, suita- to do flatice to 1him, and if he has not re- treasurer' nly beW held bhy the same per- ,
gentlemlene for the same. ablu for wrapping purposes, can be had ceived all the credit done huin it coinnec- 'The bord (if iitectors shall be elected.
Resolved Seventl, I hat w. ~-.tilorse at Ti Si 'rIt office for ro centsa hun-. tion with the matter "Citizer"-talk at na stockholders' smlectilg. to be heli pi
thie action of the board coiy conrtyve ppersfor 5 cts. about, our desire -i that the credit be the secondd Monday' in Octolber ot each
miissioners in offering a reward lor the at- Miss Laura Hinton of Ifevyville, after properly place, Really, we think that atlll every year, Tihe director shali
rest and conviction of violators of the a pleasant visit to her nephew, Rev. M. both he a(nd the sheriff-while they have a Iopt ioteessny forI thogoveru
rnact of tlie s oiard 1l11d conllpaly, atni
local option law. A. Clonta, at Gainesville, returned home only done their diuty-deserve the praises ishall appoint and employ suck otber of-
Resolved Etighth, Tlhat the--publishers Satulrday.-Levy Tilnes Democrat, July of the good people of Alachua county, Ijccrs ald ngeintts they mtay deenis steces
of the Sun and STAR andi lornet be re. 3.0 and Sheriff Fennell hliimst If, praises Mr Latry atln properly
Tihe ofitersn of said crorporatlonl who
nested to each publish these resolutioils Aiong the recent additions to Timl Livingston. will condclt th'l iminess ot. tile.crorpoa.
in their respective papers. Si'A t subscriptions list is the name of Mr. And now, Mr. "Citizen," if you really lion llntil th.)se electLed s tihe first atliutal
FIERDINAND IJAViR, J. B. DIELL, M. C(. Morrison of High Springs, who felt called upon to correct T'it STARi why mneeti ng of lthe stockholders on the see-
Secretary. Chlairultls. was ai business visitor to the city Tues- did you not send the correction to 'Tul', i"" Moildciiy i .)i:l ober, I)oo3 shall be
qualitiled, ire: 1,. 1.Chyatlt, residess;
a---- y. STAR? And why did you sign ltCitizen?" '* W. ShadsI, Vace-IreIdLent; Vernoi,
Hqw about a good alarm clock for your 1I. J. Dickert of Ilelatuy was given the Are you the only "Citizen" '; Newberry? Clyatt, Seitrclary arid Treasurer; .1,, J,
led room? L. C. Suiitn. *degree of P'age in the lodge of K. of P., f you are we hardly think either Fennell Clyanlt 'I. W. Saiavlln, Vernon Clyatt, W.
John Ingesser is spending awhile with here Tuesdaiy uight. The membership or Livingatoli call count on niny otes irco
relatives and friend in Ocala. of this lodge is said to be increasing in lltt neck b' the woods. We wouldtl Ar'r t vi.
Have your clothing cleaned at O-wen rapidly. have published your letter wil i pleasure liit whIe 1 atHl t oopaoty can at
[loyd's Dye Works, July 14, tf yr hair s coming thin try -o with or without nameI-had you a81y tline Hiljec it alll b forty
lion. I1. S. Chnbb has returiled from tings Unpiralleled Hair.Grower. Ior et us e lettr atd Ia w lseithousaindiollrs..
a visit to his family at Winter Park. Bale by Dr. 8. .Il oliddings, oaineeville, name of the author. ARTici,ttv -
stad the Il'ostoffice Drug Sttore, High. T-Hi STARt want togive the sheriff anid The naiies andtl( residences of tlhat locr.
.Fresh neats always on hand at IY. Springs allo hisdepuies antd everybody ele-- prators.laid corporatin au th. nu
Sith' meat naket. 'Phone No. 36-3 Mr. J. S. Bell of ex was an agreeable including the dil-credt. for wlst y er of sliares of itsstock s crled for
B. F. McCall, of Fairbanks was ..)y each Mre beaeto b~y tlietnil oeve'rly
B F. McCall, Jr., of Faibas a caller at THn STAR office Tuesday, when do, and fi we fall to do o it will be an ucribe
cooking after business here Wedneadly. ihe ecan.e a subscriber, td the good ex. error of the head, andi not of the Iheart. W, W; (lynatt Ocna, Fla. Ten shares.
.0 Cellts a day saved will grow ito anple of all others who are inot already --.-- Vernon Clyntt, Ocala, F:l. Tenll shares "
80 1 u t 80 n lith. Moys.. Mr. M. L, Web,, n p.)otslitenut nler- five lhare
.J, E. Well oft c eral s th Jamnes ell, formerly of GainesviUe cha of .Iwthnn, is sojourning at C. (. I)rntmiatond, Chiefltid,. Pla.
ek y ciy t but now rtlsing a express measenger Oaks, N. C,, where he will be for the 1'our shares
\ w between Trampa and sa A.W.a G. Torhert of ArreIondo was the city a few days ago to virst his rtel- SR Seilt to him regularly while up w.te sh. rhiom ua, Gaifeville, ~la, Te. n
ransacking business i Gaiuesville atives and friends here. there, so that he can keeppoated on wlat shares.
yesterday. is going on n Florda. --
Five hundred feet snoulling just re- Ve are informed that Gainesville is to A gentleman who was In the city l'ue,. CoStat of loariot. I'
revived. have your pictures Irdll a t t hi'e another enterprise In the near fu-day front Rex says te poplatiot, that eores um ritgu duthly pr-
arrtStudi. tre. It i to lie large pl pa. place is increasing at a pleasing rate soually cstie W. W. Llyatt amL Veruon
Mrs. C. H. Dow of high Springs came Let the good work continue. Nothing One of the most recent raddlitions is a Clyatt, to ime known to be the IwrsonaS
to the city yesterday to visit relatives like a dry town for new enterprises, fourteen.ound boy horn to Mr: nl Mre. "alme atliIl oI who auhCarrlcjd t, e w urego.
| ,srt pomutsd xr ini articles of licor'rationl, whlo sever-
and friends Miks Adla 15urney, formerly of High Dies. It seenil to us Ilhat the youngster ally acknowleldged tlhe excutili>n thereof
H. G. Nelson, a pr mtiiniiLt business Si)rings. hut now of Savannah, Ga., who is ah.,ut large enough to be a lutscriber for the purpose therein expressed.
man of Willistou, was trannacttIu' uIsTi- hias beut visiting her mother, Mrs. Tam to TiH SrTA. Wittlc mly hand and ohllntal seal, this
ness in the cit, yesterday. C'ato of I.akeland, was in the city Chief ltngineer P.nt,, of the Iuianoudl [ Notary.Heal As.Illtll I'. 4;.l.olo,
You should have a Walei main Irleal Wedlieslay and yesterday. the guest of Ice ('Compeay, has construlcted a shower Ntiry P'ubllc.
Fountain Pen, suite to the kin I of work Mrs. II. T. Arnow. bath arrangement at tlie companiv's plant State of orda

ou do, L.C. S pith. rvt. W. T o[uidly, foamnerly pastor in this city, anil is now prepared to ftrni- Alarhua ( ouity l
Albert M. Endel. a pro.iimntmet uIer. of the Gain-sville church, now of kt0lc fllh hIot or cold bhlIs to anuy who may Before thle iinderusigueIl ustlirlty per-


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chaM money there (I oftla no redrow
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Notary Public for the State of llorlda
'tt large.
Under anld by virtue ot a futlal decree
tiaduse asid retired by lion, J. T. Wills,
Judge of the Kightil Judicial Circuit of
Florida, in ald for Aluchlia county, in
chancery sitting, oni the otl delay ofJune,
A. .D. g903, wherein A .. Steenburg is
contplaitiaillIt, Jamesa McCasltn and iilly
McTCaslthi are defendants, in a certain
cause tlere pending, I, H. D. Turner,
as special master in lhancery, by appoint-
hletit of the-coturt, will sell at public nuc-
Lion before the court Ilousie toor Ill the
city of Gahleavllle, Florida, on Moliday,
the 3rd day of August, l9o3, during the
letal hBtura of sale all that certain lot, .
tract and parcel of and situated itt tihe
county of Alachua, int.the State of flor.-
ida, and more particularly described as
the east half [J'] of soutth.east quarter
[LJ of section seventeen [17] In town-
ship eight [(8], suuth of range seventeen .
17.1 east. .
Also personal property to-wit: One :
black mare with star in forehead, age ton
years. QOne lsigle horse wagon, painted
red. Four urich cows, with calves,
branded 0 X, marked lu left ear crop
and uoe split, li right ear crop and two
pl t. "' .
Together with all and sinsular tl teel-
enueuts, hercdltemnialm ai a appurten-
naces to tile said. belougig or in saywlse
Said property is to be sold as tswiltl -.
ert 0of tile afd JniCes MbcCaslli et al to
satslfy atid pay said decree, fees and
costs. l,. .).,
W. J. 'PALtrIkt, Special Master.
Solicitor for Con plainantt.
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'Remalns of Pontiff are Laid
to Rest in St. Peters.


La t Puneral Rites Took Place Sat-
urdey Night With Imposing Cere-
monies--Body Enclosed and
SSaled In Sarcophague.

On the stroke of Inldlny, ns Iho Satl
urday noon gun from ~uti (' of Slt.
Alge]q was fired. in Itonec. Ij ing in
state of iho be iy 4)f I'oli I.*'t X1II
cameo quietly I fin tid naid IIl(t -,.I few
who still tltirod at the gatu-d of the
chapel of Se. Pator's, .oro ordered ,o
leave, anld sore two or three hundred
persons, incitlding Cardinal Gossens,
who arrival at tMechllu Jlut In time,
passed.slowly out of St Poter's Into
the sunlit piazza, and the worlil's last
farewell to the pontiff was over.
Ten mlnuttes latIr Italian Infantiy
and genlarmesH poured out of the Il s-
ilica and lined up on tie steps In ta1.
posing array. Tau oiuter gants we'ro
then closed and the body of i,.: lite
pope was left to Ih- tnitldor in re of
those who hail want hlil ,)y I.e XIII
In his lifetime.
The preparations for Saturday ovJn.-
nlg's Inlerment wvriu immediately
commenced While ithe hells of the
DaUllica rang out their dally mel]
dious noon chorus, the troops formed
la column and were mnrehlod to the
barracks. Their historic incural3n
lato vatican territory tnded without
the sllghtqsL frictIon
It 1 e estimated tnai w ).000 people
Passed the catafalque since Thursday
'morning. "The last funeral mass In
L. t. Peter's was celebrated Baturday
L S orialug la the chapel choir by Mar.
,,.tP l1y, canon of the vatican BasIlica;.
I.t the same time funeral misses
Were celebrated In most of the
ih s ches of Rome.
:, Mle most Imposing ceremony of the
it". ( Was the reception by the sacred
.,)t.ele In the hall of tlio consistory
Of :Q'the whole diplomatic body arcrod-
S ;.t4 to the vatican. All the diplomats
Wre gorgeous lniforms and the car-
it141ls hald on their magnificent violttt
5i30Qa ard were seated in huge arm
AIMRtrs, according to the right of pre-
6t.4ne. The Portugiteso ambasisa-
4'L, M. Martins d'Antas, dean of the
p 19lomatIc corps, was at the head ',f
;t body. He advanceil and delivered
Aa address In French, esprossing tihe
i1, rrow of' all the powers at the doeth
'"." opef0" Leo, who had acquired lthe
: I:plllTlsl esteem of the world.
4turday night the mortal romali.s
e'or tUe pope were conslgneid to iho
pi'.l0ophaaus wito the most soloinn
several thousand of the faithful
iirQWdIled B. Poter Sunday to pay trlb-
Sbefore the Sarcophagus.
t the Gsixth meeting ut the cong I
;i,)tU of cardinals, hold Sw
a Oardlnals. were Iient. Car.
cing also the
olleagues, crietclsed
oules inconnection with the
t it of Leo Xll Saturday night
hi zuse the. cardinals did not partlci-
S.i' tel Inthe entire procession and com-
plained generally of the luck of or-
der. Cardinal Oreglia replied that heo
hd.talready noticed this and that ho
would punish those who were r0oponi
'The will of the late pope was read
ter the meeting of the congregntiian
V 6: 4 dbtdlnals. Only that portion which
' I;dlas with the material matter of the
iposraal papal estate was made pub.
i!J'.-'Tho religious testament was not



IaOUR KILLED IN COLLISION.,'trn Chloago Grat Western
;t,: lCnsh With Prightful Results.
4, speolal fropm St. Paul, Mlnn.,
.ylst Two trails met In a head-on
C.illlson on the Chicago Great West-
otn railroad early Sunday and four
' .nn were killed and about twen.y-
lilye or thirty passengers wefe Injurrd.
i ''The two trains were the Twin City
Iltlited and a fast freight, and the
L6olllalon was due to the latter's crow
mlereading orders.


Noted Maroum Murder Case Called In
Court at Cynthlana.
CurUs Jolt andt Thotiias Whilti,
charged with tho Mircuuit;
tlon. were brought Inlo cmuit at li t'
thiana, Ky., Monday niornuing gttaril I
by six deputy sherIffs. Many vi, .., t
were In the rlty iitl the coulrl trnn,
was packed.
The work of securing a jury was I-.
.gpl at once. Tho court orltrred thtir
the .militia be tused only for guarlling
the jail.
S O ptain b. J. I wen. i,, ll nin
is for the prons, ut tim. :nrrlvriil lIr-
ithe morning fliior I .c~lnin,.






,Premnier Battleship Made Run Arr'sc
Ocean In Nine 'Days.
-T he United States bnilleuslil, I-
*go' arrived at'Bar Jlnnrbl, i
'1 unday. All day (li lsi,,, it ,
.thronged with people
.t ttaibg for the famous ship.
SThe distance of 2.400 mllei was cim
d'in nine days, four hours and fr.
a .minutes, an average speed of
Smiles an hour."


threatened at Blue Ridge,
kfaitement Prevails.

ls thrcatenedKil i,.

ad blacks near ItIIle
hLtpita sgo a dcul.
i~W fI by a party
a lady dur-
Eat This


Riotous Scenes Enacted by

SLynchers in Danville, III.

111 i4I-II III1 1 I J | r114

SCream of News.:

Brlef Surmory of Most
Important events
of each Day.

-The Ollvoros emhbezlement case
wa- begun In the rsuperor court at 8a-
sannnah, Ga., Monday. The defense
plt;atil that the shortage, whlle appa-
rint. is not real.
i'li trial of Mrs, Onie Tanner was
iillh'd at Galnesvllle, Ga., Monday, bitt
wau postponed owihg to the Illness of
rlis, defendant. She was allowed ball.
-In sentencing Fd Williams, lhe ne'
;,ro boy ravisher, Judge Oary, of Au-
gusta. Ga., declared from the bench
.hint it must bo understood that such
crimes will have to stop.
-At Vicksburg, Miss., Monday, a
white woman, Miss Strong, shot and
killed a negro, aged 70 years. She Ia
now In Jail, but claims se4f-defense.
-At Ha-nltlshurg Miss.. as the re-

ult of a family quarrel, Mrs. Rich shot dead and Injured Is as follows:
nd killed her brother. The dispute The dead: John D. Metcalf, negro,
vas over the use of water from a lynched and burned; Henry Gatter
prinl man, killed by Metcalf.
-Two more Alabamlans, Hardy an ma klled by Mel.
oIdIl, admitted their guilt oL the Orlgin of Trouble.
charges of peonage against them Mon- Saturday night a mob started af-
lay and were fined $1,000 each by Ler James Wilson, a nugro, who had
udge Jones at Montgomery confessed to a brutal assault on the
-One million spindles are ille in wife of a farmer at Alvin, just north
all River, Mas., on account od the of Danville. The Mayfield negro met
Fall River, M .,on account of the his fate while the mob was on the
high price of colton. way to lynch Wilson. The angry
-Plve former councilmen, conviclnd throng was paes)ng down East Main
of boodling, were sentenced at St. street when Mayfleld became Jnvoiv-
Louis, Mo., Monday, to terns in the ed in an altercation with some of its
penitentiary. members.- They started after him,
-W. A. Miller has returned to work and he pulled a gun, firing Into the
in the government printing office, and crowd.
Is In charge of the bookbinders who Henry Gatterman, a young butch-
have been objecting to his reinetato- er, fell mortally wounded and expired
meant. In a few seconds. The negro turned
-Advices to the state department and fled, but was caught by the offl-
Monday were to the effect that the ill' cers within a block of the scene of
uatlon at Panama in serious, It Is be. the tragedy and hurried to the police
lived that Colombia's action was due station, with bhe mob In hot pursuit.
to a desire to forestall p-sslble trou Temporarily diverted from tbeir
hilo In the event of the failure o' the march to the county Jail, the officers
canal treaty. with their prisoner took refuge in the
-During the procession at Belfast, city building, barricading themselves
the carriage containing King Edward behind the door of one of the offices,
and Queen Alexandra was driven over They could not check the mob, how.
a woman, Injurig her seriously. ever, for It secured a long pole anid
Sz ns e proceeded to batter down a section of
--Four' citizens of Monroe county, the wall and the door, both of whLh.h
Ga., wore carried 'to Macon Saturday, wore very thin. On account of the
charged with conspiracy to Intlml. overwhelming numbers of the mob It
date a negro witness in a moonshine the mob It
tate a negro witness in a mitonshlne was useless for the officers to resist.
case. Mayfeold was hurriedly'seized and
-At a row at a negro church in Ca. rushed to the spot where he had shot
mak, On., Sunday nlgh' tWvo negroos down Gattorman. It was the work of
were killed and six w uiindd. When an Instant to throw a rope around
the trouble was started a general his neck and swing him up to tne
shooting affray began. nearest telephone polo._ 7'o mob dki
-A special term of Dodge superior, not delay long,1 uL-walted to see that
court has buon called to try Robert their v~9,' was dead. His life was
Cawthorno and Mrs. R. J. Tucker, *"'M"r strangled out, and he was left
charged with poisoning R. 3J,. B Wer, hanging, while the mob proceeded to
the husband of the Itp the county jail.
-Will Ma9 a--' a Dodge county, J"st as the mob was preparing to
Ga., fa ia in jail at Beastman, storm the jail some one suggested
chai -rwilth attempting to kill his that they go back and out down the
*ilfo. He placed his shotgun against dead negro. The suggestion was am-
her hoed, but she threw It up before mediately acted upon. Rushing back
he fired. to the scene of the lynching, the mob
cut down the victim and carried the
-In a wreck on the Southern Sun- body on a run back to the public
day near Coveville, Va., eleven per- square n front bf the ail. ay, pubor
sons were injured, but none fatally. hsxes and barrels were collected, and
hoxes and barrols were collected, and
-Major W. A. Handley, of Ala- tie corpse was thrown upon the pile.
bama, has proposed a scheme for on. A torch was applied and the flames
doing the Rtate soldiers' home. He shitot up.
asks that a thousand citizens each When the mobl had done overythln,1
give $100 to tho home. Itn fury could stiggest, It turned again
-The conference of ox-slaves In to the jail, In front of which was still
Session at Meniphis, Tenn., Issteld ah inimlldering the human bonfire A
titlroRss to the negroes being chased fence rail wits procuirod s a a atterl.ig
by northern mnhs, advising them to ram 'and hlo mob charged the jail
return to the south for protection. door. 'Insldo, guarding the prlsonors.
-T-ixas farmers offer $50,000 for wore Sheriff R. D. Whitlock, several
method exterminating the cotton boll deputies and a negro turnkey. The
weevil. sheriff shouted to the mob to stand
rofor James, o rvard col- back, or he and bli men would fire.
logo pssor James, ofrn vardng lynch- The warning was unheoded, and na
nlog, predhinct that nerorn hong lynch-l t mob was almost upon the jail
sen oand btng of negros will be door a volley rang out from inaideo.
o o tB omos. several of the mob fell wounded and
-Major General Davis has trans- dying.
forredl the command of the depart- This had the effect of diapersing
namnt of the Philippines 'to Major Gmi- the mob, which was sullen and deter,
ernla Wade, General Davis having Iined to resume the attack later on.
beien retired for age. In the meantime troops arrived upon
)anvllle, Ills., the scone of the the scene and restored order.
riot Saturday night, was reported In the mob were many women. Near,
lilrtt BHunday night, four companiesloa ly 200 men and women from Alvjn,
of Ihi Sevoenth Illinois Infantry hav- where the assault on the farmer's
Ing arrived. Ouards about the Jail wifo waa committed, were active
lhavo been doubled. leaders of thdl mob.
-A luiisrlan sput inlllt who oxam- Dnnvlll is a city of 20.000 and has
Ined Prinrco eorge. eldest son of a negro population of between 3,000
King Peter of Sorvia. has pronounced and 4.000. Tho delegation from Alvin,
him a dogenerrto. It is thought King Ills., did not arrive ultil after May-
Peter Intends to abillcate In favor of field had been lynched. Ho was
his son. strung up by a mob composed almost
-A story Is circulating In Vienna of entirely of Danville people.
a plot to bring about a union of Ser- When the sheriff and nla deputies
via and Bulgaria, which involves the fired Into the mob their bullets were
depooltlon of Prince Ferilnand ant aimed- at the loaders. about 200 o~
lie substitution of the Karageorgo- 'Vhom were In the Jail yard with the
vitch dynasty. fence rail, preparing for the attack otn
--The Bible school for negro inl- the door.
t.s proved a failure at Colulmua, A woman mounted a large store
(;a na the colored preachora had a box In the nlldlo of the public square
ttlll.atlon that the white teachers and shouted:
wir liipctora" tend rwh fittsea a to "Kil the sheriff. He has shot
were' "thtspectora" snot refnisedi to
havet t nnythlng to do wllh themli. more Lhat one white man on account
of a negro."
-"ti.e ,iI. .. ...ctu ce rrt uc ..F th

---iiite Monticelio conference of the
African Me.thodist TCplscopal church,
in mustionI at Madison, Ga.. niloptle
r,'troliutons declaring the southl the
i' st pIlnc for the negro and deplor.
ing lunchlngs and hlii crimes which
I r11140,e henm.
S 'lThe battle ship Koereargo arrlvi
tI 1On the coast of Maine Sunday, hav-
hig 11it' IiIthu trip across the Atlantic
I 1 111h1. 'llty H.
\'"rl n t(ohe now union passen-
I;or rini,,o. tn be, erected 'n Atlants.
't i -' ,it a1 n million,atd a half dol-
.irs. Ih Kr.tu tMonday.


Entered Plea of Guilty In. 'oaonage
Case at Cost of tl,000.
In the federal court at Montgomery,
Ala, Monday two more white cltizens
'f Tallapoosa county, All.. A. A. HMr-
''y and James iJ, Toid, Monday after.
noon pleaded guilty to' the flve peonaae
Indicmiabnrt ag4inal then. .
, .'Judge Jon*q oely accepted tbp plea


Kent Shot His Enamorita, Har Hus-
band and Himself.
At' Bucyrus, Ohio, Thursday night,
Charles Kent shot and killed Mrs. Lout
Rensell, shot and wounded John Saw-
yer, and then killed himself. The
shooting took place at the Renzell sa-
loon. Kent is the bartender, and
some time ago eloped with Mrs. Ren-
sell to California. Recently they re-


Treaty for oia(e ef Danish West In.
dles Expires Without Action.
The treaty 'providing for the acqul-
sition by the 'tuited States of the
Danish Welt Indle officially expired
last Baturday. I Denmatrk should
conclude to sell l'te islnada -to the
United State*, It will be possible to
revise the. provltona' of the. treaty
which hA "iit;tlie.0 The American
.fi^vrn '?1op could not 11401
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At Montgomery, Ala., Saturday

morning, the Jury in the case of the
United States against R. N. Franklin,
charged with causing Pat Hill, a neo
gro, to be held In a condition of peon-
age broh l itnl Inn cif .


Continuing for one week from Mon-
day, there will be about one million
splndles Idlo in Fall River, Mass.. and
It is said during the month of Augusti
business will be dull. About fifteen

S-,..r ".,, u, -, ut llly.- corporations are Included In the
This Is said to be Ihe first case In week's cessation of business. and ihe
the history of the United States claim Is made that the Idleness is due
where a'jury has brought In a verdict to the high price of cotton. In all,
of guilty in a peonage case. about 12.000 operatives are out o
Judge Tnomns O. Jones assessed work for the week and 80,000 ploe e
a fine of $1,000 against the defendant, of print cloth are to he removed from
which was Imnmedlately paid. the outIpDr.

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Robert Smith Makes Unsur--'aful At. Kaneas Sohool Boards Against Preal.
tempt to Escane Down River. dent's Anti-Race Suicide Policy. Governor Terrell Postpones Hanging
Robert Smith. who killed his wife A special from Topeka says: The of Man Until October 23.
in the eastern prt ofC Carroll county, .members of the public school boa,-us ovror Terre
Ga., Thursdlc-, was arrested at 11 of Kansas evidently do not Indoro ose rnor ll, of eorgin, again
o'clock Frlday morning at Franklln, Prealdent Roosevolt's anti-race snl re'spitetl MIllIpr Lee, the convicted
In Heard county. clde policy, for a ukase has just boon slayer of Miss I,illa May Suttles. delay-
He had gone down' the river 25 Isued prohibiting teachers in the ing the execution in order to give the
miles from tho scene of hla crime schools from indulging in the very "upremo court art opportunity to pass
In a boat. lie was almost naked, hav- pleasant pastime of courting or the on the case. Lee's last respite expires
Ing on only a shirt, more serious one of marrying. within a few days. The new respite
continues In force untll October 23.
Cb --- o- l c rTURK IS SHORT OP FUNDS.
Cubans Would ObJect to United No Strike In Government Printing Treasury of Ottoman Empre a
States Overseeing Their Finances. Office Over Miller's Reinstatement. Treasury o Ottomtn lEmptire Is
A special from Havana says: In Prenent Completly Empty.
reference to the statement cabled The bookbinder,' union, in Wash te m es ot ly Epty
from the United States to the effect Inon, whirbch has brt fighting the According to advices from Consean.
that the government at Washington reinstatement of W. A. Miller, theas trnoDle, the emptiness of the Turklah
under authority of the Platt amend- alstant foreman in the government treasury A shown by the fact that the
meent, would exercise tipervislon of Irinting oMice, abandoned any Intn. finance minister has for several weeks
the Cuban loan, Prealdent Palma in- tion of walking out when Miller 'e. been unautceafully enidevor1n ,o
f 4rMed the ASaeslatd Press represent. sued work. The l4Oa l unloit leaders pa, a meoth's aaary to.the tAtet of-.
ltSiye thlt..aSY Bueb superviolon would have decided to abide by the'de3;?In fleigls. wo bhare only^" r-f .,.
Y IdT d odlgu by .0 peapie of rI the Pubdlic ftuter. ad avld ay IwN0c04 p"ia, NIam .f$

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Mob After One Man Wreaks Venge-
ance Upon Another-Timely Ar.
rival of Troops Stope Car.
rlval of Bloodshed. I'.,

Two killed and twentytwo woun'-
ed, the police station wrecked, the
county Jail with a few of its windows
loet unshattered, the city In the hands
of the state troops and a feeling, of
uneasiness and dread prevailing ev-
erywhere, is the situation left by a
race riot Saturday night and early
Sunday morning. The revised last of


New York and Boston Men Go to Walt.
Market Showed improvement,

A New York special says: In spite
f, or probably because of, two allt1-
tlonal] failures on the stock exchange
-J. B. Hooloy & Co, and William hBas-
sett, of Boston-Monday's stock mir-
ket showed very.general Improvement
and the situation as a whole was visw-
ed with more cheerfulness.
Tlie Hooley failure was regarded as
an inevitable sequel to that of W. L.
Stowe & Co., which came last Friday.
The failure of Mr. Bassett was wholly
unimportaant-one of the day's Incl-
The market displayed a hesitating
tone at the outset, many of the rail-
road storks showing fractional de-
clines. Slight Improvement soon fol-
lowed, but prices fell off from 1 to 3
points Ip the active list, with even
greater declines In the specialties as
soon as the Ilooley failure came out.
Evansville and Terre Haute, a Hooley
specialty, declined 9 1-2 points, and the
entire list reflected considerable con-
By the end of the first hour the sit-
uation seemed well in hand and the
prices advanced in a few Instnnces,
where pressure contlnued to lie direct-
uil upon certain stocks.
Further improvement was shown by
the market in the late sassloi, even
Evansville and Torro Haute recovered
all Ibut a point of its early loss, Oes
Molnes and Fort Dodge and the Hooley
stocks gaining 4 points.
The assigned of Hooley & Co. would
make no statement for publication,
and It was Impossible to learn the ex-
tent of the obligations. In conserva-
tive circles the firm's Ilabillties are
placed at about $3,000,000.
Hooloy and W. L. Stowe were the
dominant figures In Dei Molnes and
Fort Dodge, leased to the fRock Island
road In 1887 for eighteen years.
Keen Interest In London.
According to dispatches from Ion-
don, the keenest Interest Is manifested
on the stock exchange in the financial
situation in New York, the effect of
which was shown Monday in the "'e-
llne of Americans of 1 1-2 to 2 points
below Saturday's closing prices. The
American bank statement was regard-
ed as disappointing; the fact that
there was no reduction in loans :n
spite of the heavy liquidation caused
uneasiness. Operators on the stock ex-
change were nervous, awaiting news
of the development in Wall street.


Young Woman, Under Murder Charge,
Has Attack of Typhoid Fever.
At Galnosvillo, Ga., Monday morn.
Ing, the case of the state vs. Mrs. Onle
Tanner, charged with pois:onlng her
husband on May 23, was called lit
Hall superior court by Judge Klmsey.
The state announced ready, but tne
defense swore IWo physicians, who tes.
tifled that Mrs. Tanner was suffering
from an attack of typhoid fever In the
Hall county jail, atd was unable to at-
tend trial.
After hearing from the attorneys In
the case. Judge Kimacy passed an or-
lor allowing her ball on the grounds
of the sworn statenmnt of her physt-
clan, fixing same at $5,000. He al_,o
ordered a special term of Hall superior
conrt to be hold on September 2., stai-
ing that the case against Mrs. Tanner
would be called on the 23rd oif that
month, there being somni other criml-
nal csaes almio to lie heard at that tnlin.
After passing the order. Mrs. Taln
nor soon made the necesary ball, the
bond being signed by several piroini-
nont cllizens. Mrs. Tanner will th
moved to her father'ss home, near
MaIuldln Mills, as soon as she Is able
to make the trip.


Operations of Embarrassed Company
to be Managed by Receivers.
II Is announced In Chattanooga that
thit Southern Car and iolutndry Com-
pany Is to soon resume operations nad
Is to be managed by the receivers.
The rediltors have askold the course
to grant. an order autlhorlzing the oe-
sumption of work at (no plnnis at Bir-
mingham, Antniston and Gadsden. In
Alabama. asnd Memplhis an In Tennessee.


Montgomery Jury Returns Verdict of
Guilty and $1,000 Fine sla Paid.

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Thirteen Break for Liberty in,

California Stale Prison.,


Warden and Asslstants Taken Prison.
era and Used as Bhields While
Desperate Mer* Well Armed,
With Guns Escaped.

A special from Sacramento, Cal.,
says: Monday thirteen notorious crimn-
inals escaped from Folsom prison ioy
using.the overpowered head officers of
the prison as hlields to protect them
from bullets until they had fled into
the mountains. During the struggle
in the prison William L. Cotter, a
guard, was stabbed to death by the
convicts. A. J. Cockrane was probably
fatally stabbed in the back, and W.
C. Palmers was severely hacked about
the head.
When the escaped desperadoes were
well away from the prison they relnts-
ed Warden Wilkinson, Captain Mur-
phy and one or two other men who
had been used as shields. General
Overseer McDonough and five or six
guards are still in the hands of the
fugitives, who say that they will kill
the prison officers if the militia at.
tempts to retake the convicts.
Governor Pardee ordered out seven al
companies of militia and soldiers are
on the trail of the fugitives. All iheo
escaped men are desperate characters
and blood Is likely to flow before they
are taken. The thirteen convicts had
been acting strangely of late, and
when they were seen talking among
themselves Monday morning, Captain
Murphy called Warden Wilkinson and
four guards Into his office to consider
what was best to do with the men.
The prisoners seized this moment
for escape. They made straight for
the captain's office and rushed it on
the very men whom prisoners wishing
to escape usually elude. A desperate
fight followed, _J
The convicts were armed with
knives and raors and with these they
assaulted Warden Wilkinson, his
grandson, Harry Wilkinson, and his ot-
flcors. The warden's clothing was
slashed Into shreds with a razor, hui
the blade did not toiicn the fle.lh.
Turnkey Cockrane fought the convicts
with a chair, raining blows on them
right and left. Finally le was follout
by a knife thrust In the nack. Guard
Cotter's abdomen was ripped wide
open and he died Monday afternoon,
while Palmers was nearly scijaped.
The floor of the office was covered
with blood.
Used Officers as Shields.
The officers were outnumbered and
soon had to be relieved of their arms.
Then using the offers as a shield, t(he
convicts started for the armory post
on the outsk'lrts of thle penlitntla,'y
grounds. They passed a gatling gtin
on one of the walls, bui the guards
wore afraid to turn II on the convicts.
When the armory post was reached
officers there attempting to Interfere
were quickly overpowered. Then,. .t-
ter further arming thenielves with
rifles, knives, pistols and animunition.
they made a dash for the country, with
sevPral guards, the warden and caip-
tat in low.
The conlvies, arned with rlifet,
marched one on either ii:'o of Wartdon
Wilkinson, who was thrcatenedl with
deatln If he made an attempt to es.
enpe. Thn officers were told that If
any of theI pursuers took the life of
one of the convicts the convicts would
retallato, life for life. At Morl ono
Bridge, about.a mile front the eitilten-
Ilary, the warden, hils grandson andl
Captain Murphy were sent back. The
others were marched along with their
lFurther on too convicts went (o a
farmer's lnouse, selzed his foiir-horseC
team nnd wagon, robbed the house of
everything of value, took tho tarmL'r
with them as a driver, and started for
alid mountain.
Among tilhe officers carried off by
them is General Overscor McDonouu-h.
Some' fears are felt for his safety, as
he hears the especial Ill-will of .he


Mills In Fall River Shut Down Because
of High Cotton Prices.

1;; '17

THE .r..I lt,' WKSKiT? I "'tWAINt.'


three miles at least above the Sout-
fricre. Its altitude above Barbados
was estimated at about eight thousand
feet. or double the height of the Sout-
friere. At several points the first fall
of dust was observed, at 11.15 a. m.; it
Increased until 1.30 p. m., then dimin-
ished, and by 5 p. m. It had ceased. In
the neighborhood of Bridgetown the
'fall was at the rate of about two and
one-half tons an acre; considerably
less at Bathsheba, fourteen miles to
the northeast, while at Codrlngton
house, two miles north of the town, it
amounted to 6.62 tons an acre. Tak-
ing three tons an acre as the average
would give 300,000 tons for the whole
island. The May dust was a very
light gray, that of March very dark-
almost black, Dr, Spencer describing
the March dust cloud as cf a deep
Prussian blue color.-Iature.

She Made an Impression.
A fashionable girl was upstairs, and'
had just turned out her light, when
she heard a caller apk for her. She
made a dive for her powder box ;
the dark and dusted face, and them
went to the parlor and found'a man
upon whom she was make
an Impression.
And she did. He wa puzle at
her appearance, but, being a gentle
man, said nothing. She sat id Chbat-
ted gracefully, and had 4L delghtful
Aa Soon as he had gone heirushbop
to the mirror, an every girl, 4o where.
her bset a l ve. 'eShe' ve e
and West o lt- 'o,

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Horrible Impreosl0n lade on the
"Thouesatdq Vieming Remains of
Pope-Pontiff'4 Will Opened.

Fiom sunorse.. ldtil unset Thurs-
day thousands passed before the boly
of Leo XIII lying In state in the basil-
ich of St. Peters In Rome.
The Impressive ceremonies of Wed-
nesday were viewed by only a favored
few of the npblllty, arlstocrals and
the highest clergy, but Thursday the
doors were opened to the entire pub-.
lie. Many remained on the plaza all
through the,hot night to gain ea'ly
admlsmlon to view the pontiff's r1-.
Elaborate preparations had been
made to guard against accident froni
the crush. The streets were cleared
of vehicles, leaving them free for foot
passengers, while six ambulance sta-
tons had been erected, ncludng oars
at the entrance to the plaza and an
other beside the door of St. Peters.
The prevailing Impression of those
who passed before the Iron gates of
the Chapel of the Sacrament to vlyw
the remains was one of intense pity.
combined with a certain sense of hIor
ror. The body was tilted up on the
catafalque In order that all night see
the terribly shrunken face. An or.
dinary skull In a frame of gold, lying
in a mass of red roses, could scarcely
have been more typical of death.
Except at sunrise, when the crush
threatened a panic, all those who
wished It had an. opportunity of entir
Ing St. Peters. During the day many
of those who passed In stopped be-
fore the catafalque to say a hurried
prayer. Hundreds of the women tad
even some of the men carried chil
dren in their arms.
An important political factor was
Introduced Into Ihe ceremony by the
entrance into St. Peters of Italian sol
diers, who remained there throughout
the day to preserve order.
The will of the dead pope was open.
at Thursday's meeting of the congre-
gation of cardinals. It consists of
thirty-six pages, in the handwriting of
Leo XIII, and loaves all the property
of which he died possessed to his
successor for the use of the church.
To each member of his family li9
leaves a present to be chosen from
-the valuable objects In his apartment.
SBiilar presents are bequeathed to his
physlctans. The total amount of the
property which he left is not yet
A known.


- Atlanta Druggist Shoots Midnight Ma-
rauders Through Door Panel.
Two daring white burglars, ench
bearing a bullet, were lodged In the
Tower in Atlanta, Ga., early Ttuirs
day morning, and the fnnal act to one
of the most daring burglaries over
known in the city was enacted. The
men arrested were Cleveland Wool.
aged 18, of Eigefleld, S C., and
Charles Smith, aged 28. from Bosto'n
Both of the men were shot at 3
o'clock a. m, by Dr C. M. Greer-. of
808 Marietta street. The shots wern
fired through a thick wouilen door
Wood was shot In the thigh andi Smith
In the hand. They effected Ilielr es
Paper at that thie. however. but wern
captured a short timq later by lIlcers
This was the second burglary in
which they had participated luring
the night. Both of the mbn or, dles
operate characters and wcr., armed
and ready for trouble.
When Wood was shot Ilown. Smith.
who could have left him and oacape
stood by his woundell pal andi rtook
captuire rather than desert a comrade
in crime


Sensational Cranks Hold Meeting and
Parade in Streets of New York.
The "Army of Mother Jones."' on
sisting of thirty-seven men, women
and children, arrived in New York
Thursday afternoon, and were met
by a drlogation of the Social Demo
cratic Club.
Mayor Low granted a permit to
hold an evening meeting, and later a
permit to parade was also granted.
With drums beating and transparen.
cles setting forth their demands, the
"army" walked to Madison avenue,
where the meeting took place. Two
hundred persons, exclusive of the
large police escort, were In line.


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Work Which Call'rar' Hilh we '
Laundry Mashinsry That
Saves Tlmr..
Handling the "waseB' or ,osea UW
irs, dining and sleeping cars, and re-
nurauls has now become dibthctiva
ranch of modern laundry work, and
alis for high power machinery, ex-
jenslvw washing equipment, and a per-
'cct organl.atlon. From the old-fashk;
loned round tub, the fluted washboard,
the wringer, and the force of a human
arm, and the flatllon to the revolving
washer, the centrifugal water extract-
or, and the steam-driven mangle, Is a
long step, and though the former are
still in 'use, thfy are really'the weap-
nns of a civilization that existed when
the world moved slower than we of
the present day are wont to travel.
In this connection one may point to
the Chinaman who, because he has not
hept pace with modern ideas and Im-
provements, Is gradually losing h.1
Identity as the laundryman of the peo-
Ile, .and must ultimately be driven
Trom the w.shtub to other fields of
Thle modern laundry has reduced the
washing of lolthes and household linen
to an exact science, and while one
Itay question its reliability as
regards the handling of delicate
fabrics. it Is a narvelolui time-saver,
and ti ls very feature Is the one which
appeals to the average American. It is
not difficult, to Imagine how the "wash"
of the household can be "done-up"
qulh kly, )Ut -wben it comes to hand-
ling the numerous pieces used by the
2000 people who compose the crew and
passengers of an oc:an greyhound, the
subject gains Interest. The process,
though simple, is the result of much
When a transatlantic liner, with,
any, 200)) people on board, reaches port,
the "wash" quickly follows the passen-
gers ashore. Its size depends upon the
number of passengers carried and the
length of the royage. It may range
from 8010 to 25,0001 pieces, consulting
mainly of shetls, table cloths, napkins,._
towels, etc. This, to use a laundry
term, Is 'plain work." The quantity
matters little to the laundryman. His
first move is to noit the pi-ce, then
counting Is dozen when they are tied.
into bundles to be returned.
The separate lots are put into wash-
ers holding a solution of soap and wat-
gr and bluing, lhcatd by live steam.
The washer is a large stationary cylln-
tier. containing a smaller perforated
'yllnder, which revolves first to the
right andl hen to tlie left a stated
number of times, so that the linen Is
tossed from sile to side and receive
thl benefit of all of the water that is
forc( l through the perforations. After
tlhe ashing Is completed the pieces
are pluaed In the extractons and then
I)y entrlifugal force nearly every drop
if moisturtp is whirlied out of them.
rhI opernilont consulnis about fifteen
minnluti anId (I leI they are ready for
the mannlel or In other words, ready
to he trorned- I lie final process.
The bed of the mangle is a steel
oeannit-.litedl chmlber, over which re.
volve -evernil ol1n1s, covered with
wool and an outside Jacket of canvas,
which is waxel to prevent the fabrics
from satlding to the machine and be-
'oming wrhlhilurd or torn. The table
'loths, or, as the case may be,
are fedl into 11on s-ide of the machine,
travel under thle rollors, and then are
:arricd I. t the under side of the bed on
SBsheet, wili(lt, when the edge of the
hod is reachefl Idrpi them Into another
lhet- for convnyan-e to the women fol-
lers on ilie oppOlalt side to which they
originally sinrlcd In cases where
inarch ntmwli be itsed, the fabrics are
ilnctdml In a dry air chamber, and af-
t, rwlrd ilnnilancd before they are fed
to t he manglrt.
SoIite pieces can lie washed, wrung,
ant ironed in thirty minutes, while
ihcrs tkte oatw and a half hours. The
'wash" from an ocean liner Is usual-
Iyv rltiirr.el within twenty-four hours.
iutiI wIheI niIcesslty arises the work
run be finished In lass than a third of
that time. Stnne of the laundries han-
dling stecamship andi railroad work
have a weekly capacityy of 700,000
pk'esa, anti the business has become so
well systematized that hardly one
piece Is lost or misplaced, and few re-
quire a seCond cleansing.-New York
Dust from Souffrlere.
Although the surface wind was from
the east, the dust cloud from the erup-
lion of the Soutfriere ci St. Vincent,
at 6 3.9 a. m. on March '22, reached
Bridgetown, Barbados, one hundred
miles to the eastward, by 9 a. m., so
that. its rate of motion was not less
than forty mills an hour, after having
attained an elevation cf probably

Judge Gray Narred as Fifth Arbitra.
tor in Muddle of Alabama Miners.
At a meeting of the four arbitra-
tors, rreiu-enting the mKinrs and op.
orators of the Birmingham, Ala.. dis.
triclt Saturday morning Judge George
Gray, of Delaware, was selected as
the fifth arbitrator.
Under the terms of agreement :)y
which It was decided to submit the
mining differences to arbitration the
miners resume work Inltnediately
upon Judg6 Gray's acceptance
If he accepts the position 13.100
miners will Immediately resume work,

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. Cloeanling OUclolhi.
To frerhen ilhe oilcloth, wring n so:
cloth out of clear wnlarn water, dip oi
CoLyer of It IiI keruseue, rulb trst U \:l i
lte wet cloth, then with the.ollied co:
anr. UL'o no soap.-Tho Lousteheol

.: ome Enstallh KIllaelten iUaxluis.
S Not to wash plates and dishes soon
after using nlakes work.
Spare neither soda nor hot w\iteri
in washing up greasy narl'iles.
rlrty juucepatns tilled with Iion
water begin to cleanse tlheniselvex.
Wasal a Haucupan well, but clnii a
frying pan with a piece of bIrceal.
Never put the handles of kniles Iiilc
lot water.
Pour nothing but wan:e dtown il lit

i"" To I'a teurlzi Milli.
S Any housewife "pnstelrie-L'
Mlilk, making I sterlc, if slie 4-nrcs to
go to a little trouble. Plnce a lunl of
cold water ou tile stove iIulI puit tile
Svessel containing lthe milk into lilt
pan. Just as soon as tile wi-.itIr 4cuinstl
to a boll tiku It off. Addll 1 Ii, pi of
baking sodai to IIe hot nillk, Ihe LIsr
S portion being a little li t I .lian I iIlf
a teaspoonful to ilk tlutirt. if iliu
lmilk is sweet tt will reinain so for
Stwenfy-four hours even in the hottest
weather if piut i11 a stoppered bottle.
Physlelans recommend this met!hol of
treating muilk for the use of babies In
summer.-New York Press.

I '.. :'' A S manher Playroomm.
VWherevqr lherte Is rin available piece
Df ground attached to a house, a tein-
porary room miny be erected for hct
weather purposes. Fix into the ground
tour poles where the corners of tlih
room are to be; connect the tops by
pieces of scanillling; the walls and roof
pro made of India or Chiuese manttling.
Efect a pole in th 'centre of the room
extending two feet out of the top, o\er
which the matting is stretched, thus
giving to It a tent-like appeaniatncc.
The rough wood sides can hbe hidden
byclienp cotton draperies. 'Thet furnul
lure of this summer house consists of
a table, a few lounging chairs trid a
The occupant's taste and Ingeiuitty
would dictate any further furunhistli
Sor decoration, but the simple room ina
l eearlbed is a delightfully airy, co0l.
portable haven from tlie heat of stuffy
: rooms and thick walls.--Amerlcan

S' hitentlang While Panit.
White paint is cool and clean' and
.,'rresh-lookiug and it Is the most sull-
a hbl thing for suininer cottage ioolna,
but it has Its dlsadvuilanges. One of
Them 'ils that it must be constantly
l ooked after, nas it shows i)p. every
spot and speck. To clean paint that
',Las become dirty, procure a basin of
warm water, a shtucerfnl of whiiteling,
and' a flannel. Dip the lalnuel In tlhe
Sweater, squeeze It hiearly dry, take up
as much whitening as vill andliere to
It, and apply to' the pitted surface.
Very- gentle rubbing WIll remove any
Sgrease or dirt. rInse over' with clenn
water, and dry wlltiti soft chaelnIol.
leather. LPaiii? cleaned in this way.
will look as well as the day It wa.s
..'dld On. White stairs show up black in
the crevices In aW most aitnloying main-
ner if not dusted very carefully. A lit-
hle whitening dipped oni a rng and
rubbed over, after ill possible duist
Shas been got rid of, remedies this de-
Fect.-New York Conmcierdals Adver-


*'6" .' I

SIlt lI (h Lalest Pasllme foir tihe summel
I Ulrl.
Among sports for the summer girl
I this year is falconry. It Is a splendid
Ipatlime for the young woman In need
of physical upbulldlng, for not only
does It take her far afield, but the
training of the hawk demands that
Such tnio be spent daily in the open
,ni as Ihe bird must be carried on the
list for exercise and down to the lure.
For the woman who is suffering from
superfluous flesh the sport Is the best
pastime in the world. A great deal of
care. training and attention are need-
ed by the eyns, as the young bird Is
failed. It must be fed at regular iin-
tervuls, bathed in tho morning, and
hooded and put up In the mews at
Every iday tihe bird must be "weatli-
rred" on his block. Ills feathers must
be kept in perfect order. If one should
lie broken, a perfect feather from all
Sold skin must be Inserted by means of
n Iniplug needle. The operallon Is
paniless to the hawk, und if properly
iltin. Iihe feather is quite ius sightly
rIId servirnable a the origlunal one.
I.alvconry has been revived in Enag-
laindl, and not even in medieval Inines
were there more falcons or hawks in
traltiilng than at present. About all
the American girls whole have married
Engllshlmen-Lady Essex, the Duchess
of Marlborough and Lady Hesketh,
among the number-have established
hawking smews.
Falconry is a sport eminently suited
to woman for many reasons, and it If
likely to become generally pouplnr, ia
It gets more generally known again.
it has just that amount of charm and
romance about it which at all times is
dear to' a woman's heart, no inmtter
low sporting and "weathered" she
may wish to be thought.
As there are as yethblut few trained
falcons it this country and these im-.
portations, training one's own bird Ia
part of the fun. Although it requires
times and patience, one is quite repaid
In the end, as the tinhden on falconry
bent willl. ind when, with a well.
strained falcons on ganutleted wrist, sale
joins in the sport in August aud Sep.
When you pay a vieit to your frends..
this summer one of the first things to
greet your eyes, pierhalps, will be 'a
row of falcons sitiing on blakls on thy
lawn, each block standing in a tcli-u-.
lar bed of samd. The picture will be
tt pleasing one of those beautiful ntud
striking looking birds pluming their
feathers, stretching their wings and
watching, with their large, bright
eyes, everything that moves lit tlhe
Tl' lady of the manor:m wll 1lk
learnedly of cyes, jesses, lure, rutftor-
liod and inmplng needles, and much of
ier time will be spent in training heIt
bawks.-Indlnnapolis News.
Tu e: Blaby's Wirlrobe.
Baby's wardrobe, whether elaborate
or otherwise, is a thing of great im-
portance to bothers. Until tlte infant
Is tlhree weeks old it practically lives
iu its simple little iight slips, of whlch
it should have, ini naddltloi to pe'ttl
conts, Shirts rind bands, nt least hsal
s dozen. There should bhe at least foul
.'r live doen napkins, besides socks
tlcking stocklngs, shalwls, nanuel jiaclk
ets, lawn petltcoats, a hood, vell nut
:loak, nnd at le:ist a dozen dresses.
The skirts and bands should, If pos.
sl)le, be of silk and. wool mixture
Illbbed klirts*re apt to irritate the
skin. Cotton diapers are more le&sir-
able than linen ones for warmthh aInd
health. .
The little slips are made up of fine
cambric. Tle under petticoats are of
-hif. fll Aasiiaa nn iauas ,au' a U it M

Currant-ahd Rasplberry Srhe't-Eol 1 WnIe ,. nan,. a^ .^ ,L.t
Crrant- besleeveless tlannel wailst ill ortler to
a quart of water; aniil a pint of sigtar bring the weight of the clolhes froui
twenty miinues. Adil a teaspoonfll of the shoiulders.
gelatine, soflened It cold water and! The night dresses should be cut
strain. \Vhen cold, idd a cup and illl the ba ck brcalth longer tliai the
a half cf currant julie anl hIalf npulp front. ending i n a triangular lanil tlit
of red raspberry juice and freeze as can be turned up over the feet, while
usual. leaving plenty of room for kicking.
Strawberry Cream-alMx half a cul The little dressed. can be made as
of sugar, a cup of strawberry pulp. dnintlly as the mo'ihor's laste nnid
and a pint of double cream. Beat with I nteaus can justify. Tih simpler ones.
an egg-beater until solid to t llic lowevcr, witl line embroidery nnd A
bottom of the bowl. or use a "wlip- fatlherstltchlig, are always prettier,
churn," aud lake off the froth ias It nnd they are more easily laundered.
rises. Serve, thoroughly chilled, lit Too many frills and furbelows doe-
glasses or in meringue shells. tract from a baby's simplicity and give
R1ee and Cheese-lick may be it more the napect of a colorless little
cooked with cheese making i dish wax doll than a real bit of humunity.--
equal to macaroni. Holl antd drainii, Ameflcau Quecu.
the rice and place It in a buttered bank-
log dish In alternative layers wll i ef
grated cheese. Splrinkle I11 lop e Jn .1.'.fih "
thickly with bread clrulbs. dot the %li .
butter, moisten with milk and bnke In
a quick oven.
SMuhs'nrd Cream Dressing-Stir to- The habit-back skirt is ith one most
gether one cupful of inllk, yolks of ised for walking suits.
three eggs, one tablespoonful of' ius- The success of the Louis XIV. sleeve
tard, one tablespoonful of sugar. iwo Is more confirmed ltan ever.
tablespoonfuls of melted butter and Deep gauntlet cuffs are very popular
two level tablespoonfuls of corlltatrbs; both for shirt alsts and long coats.
add to this one cupful of hot v'iieguar-; The nk rose, with Its foliage. J1
cook In n dofible holler until it thiick- The e nlk rose r th I odsu imer ht-.
ens; If too thick when cold add cold queen Ioower for the midsuaer
milk or cream. j Velvet riblious. In all shnaee, are be.
Vegetar lanc ulets- repa Ished g much used for summer millinery.
potatoes as for the table; grate a ed- Seemingly the summer girl cannot
lm-slzed onion, and fry It brown In get her shirt-waist "big and bloussy"
just enough butter to brown. MlIx enough.
with the potatoes. For six potatoes WIhite dotted Swiss is one of the
takes a dozen tiny new nirrols and most recent developments Ih the shirl
five very mall white turnips. boll sapl)- waist suil.
arately In salted winter, chop fine. Embroidered insignia is seen on al-
add to the potatoes with a few finely most every conicelvible stylo of chll-
shredded boiled string beans, a little droue's garment.
parsley and salt and peppe- 1o taste. Fashion's fad for bead chains, belts,
Porm into flat, oblong shapes, dip ln etc., brought out a pehdant bead of
beaten egg and bread crumbs and try tinsel finish for neck lieces.
in deep hot fat. Serve with brown or The most popular drapery veils for
tomato sauce. outing hats are black or brown sparse
Aoparagus With Black Butter- ly spotted In white silk. Only a few
Wash the asparagus thoroughly. Cut green ones are seen.
the aalaks, t uniform length, leaving f es for exl
a little of the tough portion by which le f toilets is that thce rparasol
the stalks may be handled. Scrape t mth e dress, not only to color
theal les fronm the lower Tirt of the but In textile and garniture.
stalir or par o the hin, Tie In small ntaloed a .e r
humdles .very compactly and cook Plain tailored lussinzi bloOse or cort
la bollllg salted water until tender, set cost suits are la mode for street o0
bat iot too sott, from fifteen to thirty train use. wlle elaborate, fancleo
milnutea. AemOve with a skimmer and styles ot short jackets are favored for
AlDrtL. Then dlspose on a hot dish. waterilg-place wear.
LB .rh "trf Al tiK acik of someTs Tollettes of wlhte urah or taffeta
t bS5 .r IBwave at the are among the ioveltel of the season
tt l of "hblare but- frot driving or afternoon' wear at the
.',, it_"bl mb t- -putsmer resortki Ortefi they are quite
,. 'i,'pI onsh trp, .r u..U .. ,. y '
t ,' ,u ,- a .t ,., -, J P : .. ..' ; I. I. ,.. ,

, .-. ;,, ,-Oe of iCtwuq-t" ', IAN 'i:O ... ,RI.TAW. '
'Bllicus-Do you think we shall P w irgrllt corls on o mnlag,|
know each'other in tha hereafter? T Wee we stmes
Cynlcu--I hope so. Few of us It ought to be as eaay-and It la aure
really know each other hero.-Phlla. y la lnportant--says the Scottslh NS
delphia Record. Ionallst, to do justice to the non-Eng
alih part of the United Kingdom and
To Laundler Dellrafo Ganrmenti. the empire, as to the 0on-FPrasSlan
Many o the oxpeabiv-e anti beautiful uimn- States In the German Canfederatlon.l-
mer tarmenis which will nost stand orlilipuy P'ruslna Is the "predominant plarter"
washndg mAy with aeo sucesull l Germany a gland I t
laundered. Use Ivory sa...p. If wiattr wlln ermany as Eglanid t o B ;
not cause colors to run. Ivory sonp will P rusBst is also the seat of the Germall
not, and avold e tr.funely ho: wuiitltir, hot governmentt. But no one. even In Ber.
sun, and a too hot Iron. Il., ever thinks of saying "PruBsla""
ELEANOI n, l'nPARF. whved he means Germany, or finds the
The fact that a fool and his i money are least diflfculty In using the imperial
sonn parted keeps lota of other people In name (and doing so invariably) whoen
afluence. lie emnpirro anl not Prusala alone 1t
Court BSutainr Fono-Ease Trrne-Mrark. being referred to. English people. in
uff s'o, N. Y., July 23il.-JiJttio. Lauphlln their references to-Germany, are equal-
In Suprono Court s grand r pr lcarful andanacurt. You
InJunotlon with co1ss agatns certain Now y careful and accurate. You never
York City donlurs. rostraltltng them from find theis speaking of "Prusala and
making or selling a powder whinh Is an lint- I'rance" when they mean Germany
station and infr ng.mnt aoF "lrot-Ease,"' Indt France, and yet yon find them al-
now so large ly advortlsed d r oldl. Tlta
owno of "Foot-Ease" Is Alien 8. Olmsted most habitually speaking of "E'lgland
o'LeRoy, N.Y., dndthou('MoalouIupholds his Iand France" when they omen Britain
trado-nnu-k and rlhakcr liable thoas attoiilmt- lnud Frauce. Tho Prusslnna In this re-
lg to profit hy Foot-Ea" a rtl are wiser. They know that t
narkotiugashm.llr-alpeatngpreparation,. heei are wiser. They know that If
a u I ralieny nttlempt were made to substltuto
it a ln a bnl, y's an d hlersc ar aall d.and lh e iLPrislan name for that of Germany
pitoids. p y go c hnce .f uut bi I feeling mald friction would i cmme-
-.- -- dinlly ciasue between them and the
uther 0German States. But tllhy realize
too well the value of a united name,
anil tlo uinlly and strength tlit it

course, nidl English people would not
only show ai hIgher sense of honor than
at present, but rlore justice and more
wisdom. if they followed Prussal's ex-
ampnile. Even as it is, in speaking of
Say of our colonies, they follow the
very rlnle which they culpably neglect
SIn Ispeaking of the United Kingdom and
the empire. ''hey never csil a colony
by the name of any one of its parts,
eei t tv s tihe most im.po'tnitt. They never
call AUstra.lia by the name of either
44 i Victoria or New South Wales, They
s never call Canada by the name of Que-
Mrcs. Laura1 1. B r Wash. bcc, :or Ontario, though the sent of gov-
s, Lua L. oarntes, wash* .nineit Is there. when the l)omintio
ington, D. C., Ladies Auxiliary to is spoken of. it gets, invariably, the
Burnside Post, No. 4, 0. A. R., 'name that applies to the,whole of it.
recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Thie aine wie ruIle folowed at home
wrecomme s L ouhl secure invariably the united
Vegetable Compound. manse fdr the United 'Kingdom nandi tlh
"Indiscasessthlhtcomeotowomenonly, linpletll terms rotr Impela.Il affairs'.
as a rule, la called in, some- Some Einglsh people seem under the
times several doctor, but stillmatters I1rupresslou that the Scotch cani fairly
go from bad to worse; but I have I1e classed ap Englislh since they speak.
never known of a eaea of female week- the u ingllt language. Bt the use of which as not ed when the English language (po-called) does
Lydia;" E. Pnkhiam's, Vegetable
Compound was used faithfully, For not tuiu a people into Engllsh ,people
young women vg-o aro subject to or their country. Into pa part of Elgig
eadlachles, iaclcaeine, irregular or pain- land. I ngtlis is te' language of the
ful periods, and nervous attack due to United States of Amerlca., Init the. Unl-
the severe strain on the system by ted States are no part of England.
some orgalte trou le, ,and for women New Yorkers, Keutucklans and Call.
of advanced years'int th ost trying fornlans all speakEngllisth, but are not,
time of life, it erves to c rrect every
trouble and restore a healthy action of therefore English people. The tono-
all orgits of the body .R goes of Georgia and Alabrmna also
LydiaT E.Pinkhm 's Vegetable speak English, but they Ure nbt there.
Compound is n household reliance fore Einglihmiten. There s.' perfectly
in my home, and I would not be with- clear distinction between Engllbh peo-
out it. In all my experience with this pie ansd English-speaking people--be.
medicine, which covers years, I have t ween Eiglish and using what l
found nothing to equal it and algnwhat
ways recommend it."-- Is. LaUR L. called the English language.
R3A S, 07 Second d StN. ., Wah- WORDS OF WISDOM;
Ington, DTi C.--*5500o forfeit if orllnal of"

Pardon Is the virtue of victory.-Maz,
Ituiaglnation is the eye of the soul.-
A Ohow of daring oft conceals great

A contested minid Is the best sauce
for trouble.-Plaututs.
iTh' sure way to miss succes Is sto
ulisas the opiportunity.-Chbarles.
iWlat Is ai stronger breastpla'to than a
heartt, untaiuted?--Shakespeare.
Approved valor Is made precious by
nattrale courtesy.-Sir P. Sidney.
The first step to knowledge is to
knoW that we are Ignorant- Cecil.
Tlhe reward of one duty done is the
power to fulfill another.-Georgo Eliot.
An evil speaker' only wants an op-
portunity to become an evil door.-
If t:hou hast a loitering servanT; send'
him on thy errand just before hit dln-
Our span of lifo is bri-f, but It Is
long enough for us to live well and
Ilo ls great who can do what he
wlsles; lie Is wise who wslses to do
whatat he caii.-Socrates.
Love mud Ulaggy IdlIx.
The Enid (Kan.) Eagle. commenting
on the proposition that buggy riding is
conducive to tender feelings, says:
"W'e don't see how it could very well
help being so. When a young man in
n sonp-dish hat and polka-dotted socks
drives up in his iade-bar buggy in front
of the house where she lives, and she
come to the door all rigged out In
things which we haven't time to enu-
tnertle and trips down the front steps
nnd the young man just tosses her Into
-the narrow seat and gets in beside her
and taps the horse with the whip.
while the buggy quivers like a thing of
life and a joy forever, and she snug-
gles up to him like a tame gazelle or a
kitten to a hot brick, and does all In
her power to soothe and sustain the
tenderest feelings of the young man
beside her, who doesn't know by this
timo ibut every minute will be the next
one, we don't see why buggy riding
should not be conloelve to the tender-
est feelings of anything extant. Horse-
back riding Is cold and distant. It Is
buggy riding that i.. conduclve. and the
longer the ride and the more lonely
the road the more conducive it Is."
The Frivolous ttehener.
Gossip from India grows more fever-
Ish about Lord KItclener. The man f
Iron from the Bouth African veldt boss
entered with surprising east Into the
amusement of Angll-Indlan society.
lie has attached a ballroom to his
headquarters. He haa melted down
numerous trophies, caskets, cups and
What not to make a gold and silver
dinner service, which is vastly ad-
mired. There is even a rumor, which
we distrust. that he has joined an am-
at1ar dramatic club. As for matrl-
oay,, the coinmandesita clet fJ al-
ready enghgie 'by report to isany la-
.dle, and we are forced to remind the
public that, under British law, poly-
gsmy Is forbidden even in England.-
Loldon OCronicle.
mlslh- Me se B.erd.
Captala Dqary Jiq tptTed rro

. :._ tt uwf
omhteBlsihta a wI intles in
*Wsy U I aew ilate,

Literary Note from The Century Co.
For sculptor of Inter.-atlonal repia
station to lay aside the chisel that he
may take up the brush nnd palette am
Frederivk MacMnInloai has done, Is
unusual enough to Invest all hisl aint-
Ings with iulerest. W'iiiiN Mr Mat
Monnles nindle lil tirat su.iiini .l 5
In this now tilll iwo) years"H PK 1. lI< ,.X
hlibted anonymously at iho .ii.i
winning honors .hlat tuiicklly nit h-. lI:
reputation as a painter iamiu rior to hrat gained as a Asciulpio) r I
la Mr. Maolonnlea' portrait of M
George Tbelmar that the August (.'o1i
ury. has chosen to reproduce as it,
latest example of American portrait

Beloved, in the still doops of thine
Absorb my soul, that I may know uo
The dain. of soparatton! I llnploro
Thyselftoo take 10o In, and asoileiiilo.
My union with thee in sei u mysille
I would no more lio I. but would
As those, thy soul's dlit inmple, and
adorl I1
Therein, as thee, with secret aaerlfl o.

Oh, lot mo dio to Self, and lliidl hirllit
In solum fair body as on o soul with
Thero are no purposes in life for 1me,
But as thy complement; nor any
In all the fame and Splendor of the
Unless one perfect spirit wo may be.
-Elsa Barker, in August Smart Set.

One of the most efficient systems of'
public works In history Was that .n
which each householdor was rotiulroe
to care for the street before his own
door, Thore can be -o suiror way of
securing, at general aytiem of good
road than by having each mninlilpatl-
Ity provide good roads within its own

parwlndan, /
1Flrst Monkey-It seems to be a
toss-up whether man Is descendod
from us.
Second Monkey-Yoe, It's hoads,
they win; tails; we wln,-Auigust
Smart Sot.

FITS p srmansntiv anred.No fits or nervoius-
ness after firt ldauy'r us or Dr. lKllnI' Careont
Nervelouatorer. t rinai little aid itroiitlaetre
Dr. B. H. KIrtn, Ltdl., 1 1 Arch t.., Phlln.,l':r
ot inatter how Iloi e.y $lp nmay be eve'Y
irl thinks site would minle a beautiful
UoI Allein* roo-Etase.
It Is the osil(y oure for Swollen, Smartlngt
Tired, Aelo ullot, weatln Ftot,Corns and
Bullons. Ask for Alien's Foot-E am, a powder
to be shbaken Into th16 shese. ures while yot
walk, At all DruggIstsl nd Shoe Storoes, ed,
Don't accept any substitute, Sample sent
FaRX. (ldrslr,Atllun I. Olnstod, Loltoy, N.Y.
The swindler's version of It i "'oPl touched
of nature manles the whole world skin."
SMtr.Wlalow'aBoothingsyrapl or obldrots
teothlig,soften the gumns, red.oss nlatmminin
11on,allnyplaitoures wluad oolo, s6, rabottre
Only children and fools tell the truth-
wihero a wontan's ago Is concerned.
Plao's Our for Oasum ptlon Is an inalilubti
maedolne for 'oughs and etoldi.-N. W.
BAMUsL, Ooeant Grovei N. J., Feb. 17, 00I.
tSonm men's idea of a friend is a fellow
they calu make use of.

Hair Splits

"1 have used Ayer's Hair Vlior
for thirty years, It is elegant lor
n hair droesling and for keeping the
hair from splitting artO ends."--
J. A. Gruetnefelder, Grantfork,I1.

/ Hair-splitting splits
friendships. If the hair.
splitting is done on your
own head, It loses friends
for you, for every hair of
your head is a friend.
Ayer's Hair Vigor In
advance will prevent the
splitting. If the splitting
hat begun, it will stop it.
It .MW b teIll. ll l dr n ilti.

send u onM adllr midu w wl F-ts
yo a bottle, l sure and Jlv e th
of your nrst e*pre. ome, Adrr,
J. C. LY R CO., Lowell, l.

S Ulpanes Tabu lea are
the best dyspepsln
medicine ever made.
LIA hundred millions

of them lnve becnl
sold In the United
w pBlates in a single
year. Every Illness
arlisng from a disordered stomach Is
relieved or cured by their use. Ho
common is It that dissllsnfi original
from the stomnch it imay Ii antfely as-
sorted tire Is no 'ondilltlon of Ill
health tbht will not lie Ileiefted or
cured by the o1'frollollutl tise of IlIpain
Tahules. I'hilysllins know then a tid
speak highly of then. All drrggKlsls
sell them. The five-cent palinkge Is
enough for an ordlnnry oenslon, andt
the lamlly Botlle, silty c-ents, cutalns
a household supply for a year. One
generally gives relief willln twenty


Plamnt lsabortoLrts In the l uth. Olnlesal
advuntsges a rpMaed. FUe r of feotrten
sprofeo an twon re M nt. Fee


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JIiss I II' II Mips, of the Pirst Wion ss ti whli are In
m1, (I a\ ih, l I:-glisnt, wR ites from 142.5 suris ti ffollow
Dll) ns111111 1 1 t.Chiiitgo, Ii., the f{lloA i itt i t lit, lle s l 'nI

*A*,,r 1Irn I tff're. d Ull wotarta Ia "" ,t /,,,O IL t %
O/ the k' .tl:.ii to s lu o raOted ( It ho v'g,, th. '
(iLii' L 1 ..Isri,'o' Ald stL e t n -A'fp t i hcIartln ,i I,-
any Itltil ,I re,,pirld t' uho had beest A'L tlls iigt'o\' -
11 vatem, both
helped / I'arrii nl r alnted rlet to try of' wlitch art,
II, b I isg la ,,Mr.ia at ou'e, aIsti sooi apt s v fail
/ountd blese'ed re irf. I kept takinal rapld i n
(t lour niniathIs, nld ap~t tnowsell f rth, i Aese.
aned atrtoIU and f/eel 'berttr ltha-s I Ccures cat rrlh
havntoswi for tho p rVat tentyypears, of tlieo kid.
thank to yss*na. ,"-T E if arst, 'eys aiply breiitaete it cures citarralt wer
At the appparanso0 of thie Al't ayvn|itonkii r .ocs.ts. ..
of kidiney troui l eauuait shitll bo ttakn. If yo ton do not derive promnt and eati*L
This remedy atlikes nt onco tlhe voer root factory results frian thli,- ie of.' Peruna
of the dliseua. It at on ele rlieves t ca- write at oenr' to Il'r. lla-tl llviiig a ful
trlrhual kIineyva of the staginant bIol, pro- "tn te n!iit or your y ve' tilig tii oseC of sortin tem f the iIlRnaeIl to give' you hii' vsalule a device
thil..I. li lnirt s alrUtUtel then kidney, to Biaties,. ; ".'
ext rt't, 'fsin lwI' h lodtil tiem nceimnuating Address Dr. Itartmnn, i'reidont of The
ip.ilsoi, aidl Ihuas i r<'v'ents th e onvu-'lits lIart nan Saniltarint ('c lnSniluS. O. .

"An Unwilling ueost," by William
Gordon-Porrez, is tlie title of tih novel
in Ainsloo's for August. Tioe author
has CVidlenly hatd some e, xpeoricncO
with South A nericitri rovolutloiB, Ian
well na with thoe dolngs of the Now
port rtunullnr odlony, ofr iho local col-
or of the slory is laid on by a mt iter
hand, aidl thio chiarlivtrs nreo ditwni
With a Aiblllar hfidelity to fttt. Th
story is drinitllc ain fulll of Ilf i with-
Oit being In d ti ll II(. HoIllaliIlnnl

Good roads., ennfl tinaruors, to haul
more produce will the same s endl.-
lure of hovra power, T'fie 0rmer
saves in time ati)d In wear and 4gar on
lihot'es, harries and wagon. Ilo ga .
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stay later at a' tilghIltor's .and get
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whlch ISla P.e ot0 the rtaso()s yWhy so
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Onio fuoole no murprlson a Iho hro'sI son when Itature ai nt her beat I be*
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A1111WOM1 N -14T1WRR THAN MEsi A"DINI$SRATION j1RRBiD.t i* 4* 04 4 *4 qt 000
:,: 'l Are women naturally better than "A few weeks ago," sy e

ditor and Proprietor. often heard asked, and we have nounced from Tallahassee With a
,d.- : -- heard it answered. Ask a woman great flourish of trumpets that Gov. In Stock,.and are constantly receiv-
SEn April s8, 1903, at Gaineoville, the question and she will say Jenningi had made striking re- ing up-t date" Shes for Me,
"~. iecond-cla matter, uderActofYe," but if thequestion is put to duction in the State tax rate-one
Cogt',,,.. r of March 3. 1871. a man the answer is often "No!" mill, we believe--and immediately Women and Children, at popular
Pblhe every. Tuela sl Friday I we are to judge by general ap the Governor became the recipient prices and of the best makes.
uat Pshed every. i advance. pearances tnd actions, we tust all of numerous and sundry bouquets .
F.l, Co cents for Six Months, admit that women are better than from the State press generally. W Call ,
s Cents for Three Months. men; but are they natu'adly ttttA. "It develops, however, that. the .
', 'Asin-- Rand would they be better if con- .State tax rate has not been reduced.
AD.RVrn revere type 5e fronted with the :same conditions The rate was 5 mills last year, and Particular attention to the Ladies
a a lter In evere type, i en that men are. Confronted with, or it is still5-mills-ti s year, There "Brockport" and Mens"All Amer-
S pae* for display advertiSenen t, priced would they be no better than men has been absolutely no change iCaa" an4 "Walk Over" grades. y
o o application. if the conditions which stirround whatever. The rate for one fund .-
S. the sons and daughters of the fitst was reduced-and that is where J. D. M atheson,
SIt believed that Governor Jen- pair were identical? the administration claimed the "

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.ie h o comm he -crie.wb
SShe says that the negro commits te cr which ured by the officers of the law,, and
Sls. o of the period will not con- llr inching hell be lynched, if thi. is true we need a law to ap-
e favorably with Old Kentucky om- bt his innocent brothers will not ply in such cases. Such liquors
e favorably with 'Old Kentucky be harmed. Yes, if Northern ne- should be publicly destroyed; and
oak Joe,' etc. Dear, dear I Does groes iust flee to the Southero if all that Sheriff Fennell and May-
ady suppose that those old white men for protection let 'em or Thomas has on hand now should
or the new ones tha come; if they behave themselves be advertised to be burned up on
or the new oues that are they will have smooth sailing, aid the public square, at a tiven tine,
'4&bewselves heard from tize the publla eqiia^ at givenn time,
emselves heard from tloe if they don't they'll get it in the people wouldareat a give n tim the
the work of colored neck. people would gather hrat the
tld ones were writ stated time like they gather in 1lli-
e, and Fullers earth is sad to have been nois and Indiana to ee ,a nevgr
,. wbite people, recently diacovetl .ft MAdison lynched.
cotton t oun Thter -tt mt", to a P;ro. Jamss,P of- ofq.. '.1Od
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nings will say it at Punta Gorda. Woman really got the start on credit-but that for another fund M
Jefferson and Bradford counties man in the matter of sinning-we was raised correspondingly, and
will soon be dry. Now just watch refer to Mother Eve--but we must the total rate is therefore un-
Marion and Columbia as they fall admit that Father.Adam was a changed.
in n oli. very close second. But how has it "Probably there were good rea-
been since the first sin by our sons for reducing the rate for the
Marion county don't mind get- parents in Edeu, and how is it now? one fund'and equally good reasons
ting out candidates at all, but she Surely there is more open sin for raising it for the other, but
may put out a few more than she among men than there is among there appears to be no reason what-
will get elected. women, but is this because men ever for trying to mislead the tax-
"The best men are not always are naturally worse than women, payer by telling him that his taxes
he best men ae not a or is it because the world is inclin. have been reduced.
elected toaoffen says a exchange ed to look with a lesser degree of "Governor Jennings' administra-
tors evertainly not, brother very fewd- of disfavor upon the sins of men tion has been creditable in many re-
than the sins of women, and the mpects, and it should not be neces-
The Metropolis thinks that a women knowing it behave them- sary now to foist a false issue upon
large number of Florida girl will selves better on this account? the public. Nothing really can be
soon have Editor George, of .1W WlreT' ti wounA are better by accomplished by it."
Times-Union, "up a tree." nature than men are, we know not; ARE WE NOT RIGHT?
but one thing we do know, and ARe NOT R
Thanks to Hon. Jno. N. C. that is that to all outward appear- A Gainesville Baptist minister
wants a "religious town" in Flor-
Stockton, a prominent and popular ances the average woman is decid, ida to serve as an example. We
Scandidta for the United States edly better than the average man. respectfully beg the gentleman to
SSenate, for a copy of "Taylor's Go to church-even on Sunday- make a study of Jacksonville with
i Caon Book."' Taylor' cartoons and about three-lourths of the time a view to the location of his exhibit
.r4 appreciated by all who see them. you will find about three-fourths of -the Greatest Preacher taught
among the wicked by preference.
S Th Jackhonville Tnde Carnival the congregation women and girls. -Times-Union.
tQ'* e eld l that c ove Go to a week-night prayermeeting The "Greatest Preacher" taught
'"..... and nt times inter; youwillBud
without doubt, be a pleasing d times te you will fnd among the wicked, but He did not
from a busithere about five or six women to want them to remain wicked. It
,! ;f' '.ptsi. from a business-ipoint of
The fact that the carnival an. And th failure on the would have done His loving heart
bn Jacksonville, is sufficient for p of men toattend hriia good to have seen every town into
Sto know it will be a success. o ip is very sldo on account which He entered become a "relig-
of business duties-as many of them ious town," and the preacher of to-
;,me of our subscribers who are say it s--for it is often the case day who has not a similar desire
g the State to' spend their that while mothers, wives, sisters should quit the pulpit.
p:suiler Vacation are requesting us and daughters are in a prayermeet- Now, Brother Wilson, are we
T"';folow them with T'rl STAR. ing, fathers, husbands, brothers not right? If we are not, and you
are right. No Alachua and sons are in saloons, gambling will show us our error, we will
ijutit should be among the dives, congregated on street corn- give thee thirty cents inl cash, a
A.tItains or at the sea shore ers, about hotels, livery stables, and ball of wrapping twine and a quart
thout TH STAR. other places, and are conducting of Gainesville's Boulware Springs
themselves in a manner that is not water, i. e., if drinking water isn't
,We'resorry for "Editor George" only very unbecoming to decent agin your health.
"Talst as sorry as we would be for. men, but is decidedly sinful,
P if he were a judge at a baby By nature all men and women We have received a copy of the
,: -ita y ,r to help him out of are sinners, aud by practice, some last Florida Seminary catalogue
'I~tlqbhle thre sweet girls are of both are certainly very hard for 1902 03, with announrereenlt
i g!.rk t i v him we do not know. cases, but we believe, however, that for 1903-04. It is a handsome 8W
et ra have it; to each of the the average woman is better than page catalogue, and will be inter.
a dies he can order THn the average man, and if we believed esting to not only those who are
OA:.O EtilHBSTAR sent for a year. that a majority of the women would contemplating coming or sending
fail to get to heaven wecotild '-ard to school in Gainesville, but to the
The proprietors of the Jackson- ly expect enough men to be there many ex-students of the East
ville Metropolis can not be downed to furnish a respectable bass to the Florida Seminary who are scattered
at ; and they are not easily hind- sogs of the redeemed, abroad it will be of deep interest
e zred. The cartoon feature of iheir also. The catalogue is well gotten
S fsaper has helped to render it one of THE NEUROHS ARE COMING. up. It reflects credit on both the
the best and most popular journals Indiana negroes are coming compiler and the printer, as does
I,. 'in the country, and their new artist South for protection. The recent the institution sending it out on
se' isa to beas good as the one who atid present race troubles in Itdi- the city county and State.
t riently resigned. The cartoons a- ana, and other states in which so
Joi;e are worth the price of the pa- much harping has been indulged in onti. John G. Long, of St.
P., per. The new artist isa dandy. about the Southern people's cruel Augustine, National Republican
po ,Committeeman for Florida, and
It Polite, the negro who killed treatment of tme negroes, has put Consul eeral of the United
a, turpentine woodsman named J. the negroes iu those States to think- Consul General of the United
A,.. I'fnStates at Cairo, Egypt, died a few
-.D. Beasley, in Mariou county about ing. They kuow that for certain ga Sotlnd, a
A,: ve.weeks ago, and who was tried crmles negroes a lynchd in the days ago atunbar, Scotnd, as a
at a special term of the court colt- Sobtli, aud will be lynched as long result from an accidental fall.
at a special term o the p urpose, has bee as they continue to commit those Judge Lng was on his way to the
S ntenced by His or Judge crimes, but they know, also, thatat the time of the
sentenced by His H or Judge .but ow t accident which caused his death.
7,' Bullock to hang. Now, if the par- only guilty negroes are punished h de h h e hR e i arty
In his death the Republican party
Sdoning board and lawyers will in te Sth, and that white meri of an
"hands off" Marion can have a would be punished in a similar way honored lea ser, the lo United
Legal hanging and, thus avoid a if they should commit im States government an eficient
.lyfiching within her borders. crinies, while iu the North they States government an eeclent
.- -...- know guilty negroes are punished Consul General.
SCapital'aud labor would get along the same as-they are in the South, The Braidentown Journal is uot
better with each other if there were and that even innocent negroes are very favorably impressed with the
not so many agitators. The two are not safe there when a Northern primary system-thinks it helps
, absolutely necessary, and without mob composed of white men get a hypocrisy. Well, we know that
both all the wheels of commerce guilty "nigger" on the run. the primary system is not as fault-
would stop to start no more. Capital The entire civilized world today less as holy angels, pure women,
.often takes undue advantages of la- 'knows that negroes are treated or even honest men would like to
h':. bor, and this is wrong; it should be more cruely in the North than they have it, hut surely it gives the peo-
| condemned, but labor itself is not are in the South; the intelligent pie a better opportunity to have
always .perfectly innocent. We negroes know it themselves, and some say in the matter of who
.'..,are naturally with labor in most ol thousands of them are anxious to shall rule or ruin than did the old
'4i struggles with capital, but we come South for protection. In tl'e comventiou system, amd for this
,, -*believe in being fair to Olpital. language of a Christian poet let us reason, if for no other, we think
i. '"A magazine writer, a wonmns say to the ill treated black mau of the primary preferable to the con-
;:'by the way," says the Savimmal the North, "Come home poor' si- vention.
,Morning News, "bewails the 'le- ner, why longer roam?" And when We are told the law prescribes no
| line in negro music,' and fears the he gets home we'll treat him right way by which blind tiger liquors
,Kqlored race is retrogradin mulsi. -just like we used to treat him. can be disposed of after it is cant-

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