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:
August 4, 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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Collections Get Better Every Year,
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Report Speaks Well for Gaines-
':' ville. and for Tax Col-
lector Ellis.
Statement of Tax C A'ector T. B. Ellis
'for fiscal year ending August I, 190J3.
Collections on tax roll book iC102, Rnd
license collect ions.
cu ,t :. 'S.
S mber g92, .... ..$ 49 40
'.. brary a 3, . .. 1821 i8
or .:', e 9. 185 84
b 2I .. . 1516 84
-,; Jprel 6, ...... 7225 48
4 .. . . 1174 3
"I' ::: . . . 483 80
173 50
t 2173 20
^* w t . . 37 ao
6,xale. to indildual 16 30
','i ']Jty, 6, Tax sales to city of
Usainesville ... .. l 70
i 6, Insolvencies: Double as-
S.' essmenta. Reductions by
c :' council prior tax sales 68o 54
$ .;L," $ 2754 66
'- .*itpl amount tax roll by as-
.' .; 5c sessor ...... $1263 66
*i'SCpr r by assessor, corrected t
'.'' by collector.... ..... 46 oo
'2 754 66
itl cash collections, taxes. S1so63 42
Sstfi cash collections, licenses 1820 77
'$. 3884 19
'gaiust same date last year .. 13550 15
Nce'5css . . $ 334 C-1
l' ch Thought the Other Dead.
'"Sheriff Jones arrested E. A Rou'e at
New River station on a warren charge
ing him with bigamy, and found a pih-
tol on him at the time of the arrest. IHe
is from South Carolina but lian been in
Florida several years. l'or some time
past he has been in the employ of W. J.
Griffin & Co., turpentine operators an
New River, and in April last waq mar
ried to Miss Ida Johns, of that prince. It
inow develops that lie had a wife lvitng
ip OpUth Carolina at the time of his last
marriage, and wife No. I, having recnt.l-
ly move to Lawtey, learned of her trunntl
husband's whereabouts and preferred the
Charge of bigamy against him.
After the arrest of Mr. Rouse a ineet-
ing between him and his first wife was
arranged, and itia understood a mutual
understanding was reached by which the
wife is to secure a divorce and withdraw
the charge of bigamny on condition that
he will have his marriage to Miss Jol ii
legalized by the courts.
It is stated by both Mr. Rouse ands his
first wife that their separation occurred
Twelve years ago, and each thought the
other dead until quite recently.-Brad-
ford Coputy Telegraph.
Name Changed.
he old reliable firm of Reouson, Roux
S .C., for many years Gainesville's lead.
;'.tg wagon and carriage manufacturing
, .,.'1. Itincar in thle city. has had a change of
i +anie,, id will hereafter, dating from
lost SatUrday, be Benson & Son
i' L.T. Roux was one of the original
I'": members of the firn but has held no in-
'., tritat In it for several years past, though
i: nh ame was retained until the change
'. Saturday. The firm of Benson & Son is
.mtmposed of H. E. Uenson and his son,
:' t. N Benson. They are both up-to-now
.. workmen, and have made a success of
Ste business.
S Advertised Letters.
l;.!" I ol 0 advertised letters remaining in
"thae Qaineeville, Fla., postoffice August 2,
90Q3, Persons calling for same should
-- fiy idvyertispd, and give date. One cent
., ,' dlU on each letter advertised.
j. '": Hl n mily Brown, Comfort McCrim-
: U* a. 6, Mr Cha, T. Falls, M,. Gordon
ttd ,Mrs. Cellia Johnson Mr. N. H.
t':'J Aburger, Mi Lillie Norlis, Miss
k(orairiitodtree, MlIs Ellen Williams,
',;' k,'IJ^ C, Miss Ross Watrsm.
FF. .",;-. ",F'" .';'l O, J. Ariwow, P. M.
S The Examnlatlon.

S. : m nation for the scholarship
titb t i*ate .orsmal at DeFuniak
', rlorida will be held in the of-
Saprntendent of Public Instruc
lp $rdjay August a21st,
ii Olay.
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PASS D AWA Y. TH The co-Uty cominmaloners are in aes- We have gotten out tr. tpfp R der
'M rs. 11. D -M rson W to tier Re- ,H IG H S C H O O L 'phd on [Liin" n isd.
sion here today. unusual disadvantaged this wreek, Please
Mr. ad D. Mr on W t to Her Re- Hlow about a good alarm clock for your iparon all shortcotungs.
ward .Saturday Lemt. 1. M S ION R bed room? I.. Smint. Col. J. W. Patton returned Saturday
The sweet and gentle spirit of Grace. M Miss Dampier, of Hague, accompanied front Cedar Key, and other Gulf coast
the beloved wife of Mr. I. Mason, I her father to the city yesterday. points in Levy county, where he' spent
bid farewell to earth and earthly things, Have your clothing cleaned at Owen several days surveying timber Irids for a
ant went to Him who gave her to then lul o l-ll Dye'orks. July 14, tf largelumber company.
world, last Saturday afternoon at 3:30 Convened In Tallabassee on July 'or D ,e works. Ju y 4. tf large lumber c t pa y.
o'cock IJ. C. llalle and C. W. Wells were in Rev. J. I. Hlolley left yesterday fo a
o'clock 28th to Form a Course of Study the city yesterday froni Alachua. four weeks vacation at his old home in
Mrs. Mason was formerly Miss Grace Fresh eats always on hand at P. Y. Kentucky. During his absence Rev. M.
Danon, daughter of a prominent Bap- Smiths meat market. 'Phone No. 36-8. A. Cloutt will officiate iin his stead as
list minister by that tsame, who now
resides atrawtey She was a consistent GAINESVILLE REPRESENTED 1iss Cc9Qe of Palatka is the guest of pastor of the First Ilaptist church
member of the church, was educated_ her sister, Mrs. A. L. Glass, this city. State Senator J. M. Penccck', of ctuwan-
nnd refined, and was highly esteenied by 9o0 Cota day saved will grow to nee county, was in the city Saturday and
all who knew her. h By lolloway and McBeath-lt $640 lu b) months. See Noyeru. Sunday, front his 'houte at pile Mount.
She lived with her husband and chil- Will Prove to be of Great Mrs. A. M. Pournell has returned from The Senator is a very clever gentleainl
dren at Tacoma, until a few months ago Advantage to the State. Mayo, where she visited her son, Percy. ant able representative of his people,
she was brought to this city for medical Ian. F. Edwards of Ocala was greeting W. A. Strickland and son, lague of
attention. and at the home of her hue- The High School Commission com- friends in the city Saturday and Sunday. Paradise, were transactfug buaineae in
band's parents, Judge and Mrs 11. G. posed of the following persons co wenetd W. Mclendon, the Alachua melon the city Saturday. They sy that they
Mason. gradually grew worse until the in Tallahassee on Tuesday. July 28th: mau, was in the city on business Satur- are through gathering fodder and hay
und came Saturday Dr. T. H, Taliaferro, L'resident of the .ay. atnd will now spend a while, at the
She died front a complication of nil- University ofPlorida. Lake City; Dr. A.i Jh hgeraser has returned from Springs.
Inients Inhlced by blood posion, and A. %luiphree, President Florida State cala, where lie spent a while with rela, Have you tried Giddinga' lairGrower?
leaves a husband, three children and College. Tallahassee; Dr. H. E. Bennett, tive. Others have tried it and pronounced it
many other relatives and -friends to President State Normal College, De- good. For a eleat ildigs' Dr
mourn her departure. At the time of funiak Springs; Hon. TDo F. M ea, L.. W. Moore, editor of thOForida te, ai ille, a ticeDrug
her death she was in the 35th year of Professor of Greek and EiRlish. east Chrisalan Advocate, preached at Reddick Store, 1igh pritgs.
her age. Florida Seminary, Gainuesville; Prof. A. Sunday. Mr. Allan Rogers, the good roal tma-
The funeral was largely attended at A. Simpson, Principal Cissimnmee High Mr. and re. HLague Strickland of chinery man ofOcaal, will meet with the
the home of Judge Mason Sunday at 3:30 School, Kisshlumee; Miss Mary S.. oh. Plaradibe were shopping in the city 'county co frter intete teoiy, u lhe-
p. m., after which the interment was in son, State Normal College, Defuniakh atuidaytl. buylngof the *ple udi ltetachnery fi
Evergreen cemetery. Rev. W. J. Car- Springs; Miss Maud Schwallneyer, I'riu Miss Maude Miller was shopping In which h is agent.
pelnter, of Kavanaugh Methodist church cipal Primary Department Suiunierlin the city yesterday, frout her home at
conducted the funeral services, and Institute, Bartowl Dr. J. i Guysinger, KauapaIl. We frequently hear of some persons
who are uot-our subserlbdrs, saylng what
Robert McClellan was funeral director. President Industrial Normal School St. Five hundred feet moulding just re- who are notwour subsetibn t, sayti whte
The pall bearers were L. W. Fennell, L. Petersburg; Hon. S Plilips, Superinten- ceived. HaJve your pictures trmed at we are eating ut ad we
M. Bell, A. J. Cone, T. B. Ellis, H. II. dent Public Instruction, Levy county; Garrett a Studio. wonder why they don't subscribe fur it
McCrearv and EvAna Haile. Hon. Wm. M. Holloway, Stuperintendeut It. 15. Godwin, merchant of High and quit imposing on tlleir neighbors b)
The Star, with a multitude of other Public Instructioh, Alachua county. springs was transacting business in the borrowing it of them.
friends. extends sympathy to tile be. This Comminssion was appointed il ac- city Saturday. HIon, Tom F. McBeath was it the city
rieved oies. .ordae with-the new law to formulate Mr. and Mrs. James bheanlut, of aturday a, hvig stopped over while an
A Lot of ar. a course of study for the government of Alachua, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.bens asa meTber of the Hirh school
The inhabitants of the little town the High Schools of the State. But 1. Haile Saturday. C o laion s elubr f the Hgh chol
of Somersby, In England, where Ten- when it began the preparation of this o Commlsion, to Kisslmmee, where he la
nyson was born, are frank in giving work, it was found that no well articulat- outal Pen, suted to the ind of wor ctg te Norl.
their.opinion of their distinguished fel. ed course for this purpose could be form- you do, 1,. C. Smith. J. C. Getsen, a prominent naval stores
low townsman. One ol woman thu uld unless the sane om tte should C C Thmas etued la n fro Webster, is the guest of his
related owher preone olthepo tus ulatd unle the se committee should Cl. C. Thomas returned yesterday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. sd Mrs
visitor: prepare a aimular course for all the front Starke, where he wuet on legal J. t. unch. He care totransact some
"'EI was a very quolet man. 'B seem. grades, consequently such a course was business before Judge Wills. business with the county conisasict rs
ed as if 'e was 'al asleep, with 'Is oyes decided upon. But the courses for the Old newspapers, suitable for wrappi who will be i season today.
'alf shut an' peepln', an' 'e used to Primary, Intermediate and Granarver purposes, 13 cti, a hundred or 25 t for Te weekly union service wa# hell at
poke at ye, lolke I' fun. wl' 'ls stlck. grades will be simply advisory and not et., at T SR officer The weekly vice held
'E 'ad such a Jot of 'air an' a long compulsory. It was thought, however, Dr W II bl has frenent cals the Methodist church last Sunday night,
beard, an'," sinking her voice conl that the course, as promgated by the and Rev. M. A, Clonta, Baptlrt, preach-
that the course, as promulgated by the back to his late home at Waldo, where ed. Nest 8unthty night the seice will
dentlally, "'e never looked very clean; committee will be very generally adopt, he enjoys all te home at W o, w ed. Nett Sunday night e service will
no, 'e didn't" d touihout the Se, and lly ao he ejoys a etenslve practice' be at the Presbyterian church, and Rev.
And this somewhat startling testma- ed throughout the tate, and will ave, Have .your pictures enlarged d W. Carpenter, Methodist will preach.
ny was promptly confirmeN by ber s.a decided effect in shaping educational rained at Uarrtts Studio. One thousand Mi P and ub er, two
band, who added: matters in the State for many years. feet of moulding to arrive in a few days. c shebounie and laduby Leltner, two
"If you'd met "'I goolm' along this Under the operation of the present law Harvey IHtchinson, the popular arep ccopled young ladies of Leesburg,
dusty roond, you'd 'a' talkken 'lm for a it is believed that Alachua county will ree ve ol the n ammon, a npar g Frp have been guests of their couysn, Mrs. J.
tramp gooln' to Brigg for a nlght's have some ten or a dozen Graded or n t I ckin Frank unah for a few days, lefl
odgin'." High Schools, and will therefore be the company, spent Sunday n te city. yesterday for Micanopy, where they will
It lemade ill largest beneficiary of the State. The lDon't Worry, The towna Is drys but spend a while with their sister, Mrs.
I nrlne4p l. a ara pttht tB cents a day with Royera Edwards.
One sharp November day, says the coursee of Study will be published d and andwatelltgrW to et lsJ l80 mout wahrd.
Philadelphia Record, a boy entered a ready for distribution it about two, Mis dew n w Choief Justice dau Taylor and his se-
ear, leaving the door open, amcb to the weeks. Misrrow foe Newbern will leave t. coiplished daughter, MisHa s, are
discomfort of an old gentleman who The Board meets today to decide what borrow for Valdota f Ga.. where sb% guests of Col, Evans Hfale. After
sat next. As the wind chllldd his mar Scheols shal be Graded or i vlighSh t her brother for a few e spending a few days here they will go
row his temper rose. Leaning across and therefore beeentitled to have funds No trouble to quake a frame any sie at to the Halle homestead at Kaslapaha;
his seat and taking the kid by hbl ear, m any price with Brondon's Perfection where the Judge will spend the reainl.
he said: "Were you brought up In a fromt "stat. Mitre Uachine at Garrett's Studio. er of his iutuner vacation.
barn? Why don't you sbut the door?" r ouxCollector Hill' report whic ap- .
T e bo saidd thng, but closed the HAIR GROWIER.. Tax'Collector illsa' report which p -- ... ..
To boy ald othIng e but closed the W pears elsewhere in today's Star is a fine f she Rjes4 the s*tgal.
door. coming back t his seat n tear. This la Very Wdlderful If True-Try showing for the city and for the collector, There Is a omanutle story about Loud c
'Phls eight moved the-old man to relent- a Bottle and be Cqnvlaced. Kelvln's seond marriage. lu the ear-Z
ing pity. "There, there," he said; "lit- o b resh meats, groceries and vegetables if sentl be tn 1r William Th
tie man; I didn't really mean you werg Brooklyn N. Y, April 2, 99 all, send me your orders or 'phone for l entl etn r W a om
brought up In a barn." Dr. S. B. Giddings, what you want. J. CJ. Harrold, 'Phone eon, wps on Wetr yadihn waters, n I
"That's Just It," retorted tidt Dear ir: No. 25, board his nshooner yacht, time all&a
haDear Sir: ,Bookb. As a reercatlon he took up the
was brought up In a barn, a ever Will you kindly inform me by return Mres. P. A. Rullt and children" have re- question of sIrplifying the metifd of c
time I see a Jackas It mas me thi mall if you can send your fifty cent bot. turned from a visit to the former's par signal at sea. He 4ad been talking
of it." tie of Hair Grower the Unparalleled ents, Capt, and Mrs. D. C. Hart, of Ml. It at the dinner table of a friend it c
An naterestSoar Oeidi (Trade Mark) and if so I will send you" canopy. Mdeira. and the only apprebensaon7
An Interesting eoln baa just been sold a postal note for the same. Please I i- J. K, Wells, the efficient bookkeeper that seemed able to grasp t was that
In Germany. It is one of the few eolx form me the amount of postage if it can for a mercantile concern at Archer, of hi bout's dautlter, alad d e reat-
In the history of the world which can be mailed, spent a few days with his fatally here i but silently admired, "
be accused of having a humorous aide When n n Florida the winter of 1897 last week i qite? nnderatat4 It, Str WlliaiP,"
the port of ambeurg but these r attack and 98 used five bottles of the twenty- If it i job pruting you want aJi ad t. Ae you sure? hbe questioned, half
on the famous Hans town proved a five cent size and produced a nice Rrowth your order to the btar. It will hve dobthdl*. If I sent you a signal
successful. Te Inhabltants o the of hair wiher t had been entirely bald prompt attention, and work and pric trop my yae0t, doyou think you eoult
town struck a medal to commepnrate for fifteen years; and now 1 would like to wll suit y u. t esd it ac d would aoswer m ne?
the occasion. The legend on the coIn try it once more if I can get It. A. J. Moore, a prominent mau of High "*ell. I would try," uhe responded.
was as follows: "The klng of Denmark Yours truly, Springs, was iu the city' saturday and. "I belleg. I should sueceed I making i
bas been to Hamburg. If thbe wouldst J. W. HAYNrS, 59 Hicks St. swelled the editor's cash account by one It eat."
know what be achieved, look on the State of Florida, ) dollar for.jubscriptlon. The sIgnal was sent, and she dWl m'nt
other side." It Is needless to add that County of Alachua,d Io nakloa It ott and lo transmit-
"the other side" la a blank. City of Oneville Look out fw Photogrpher Smith's tln the reply. Tbe queatloa was, f
Personally appeared before the sub. lasge display ad, in Friday's Star. He "Wil you marry me?' asd the anawwr
The o ascribed, a Notary Phblic. in and for the will treat you white if you call on him was, '*ea,"
S i the r has e State of Fludda, at large, 8. B. OldIdlugs for photos. Try him,
At all Otme the rose waeJoye o e who beingduly sworn bv med epo an A I seplr QlreeUta.
enllari favor as a sacred fower. 4* says that the above testinonial want Giddlngs' Ha Grower does te work ordg te Ausles's Magiznie.
hammedan trnditlton says that Whq to him by ma by W. Haynes, a matn For Sale by Dr. Bo. Nddonp, oulnde..
Inaludln captured JerusaleP he refused whom he had never seen or heard of, ville, an the PostonlceDrug tLorr.e, High Whe the 9qvnBlor of NewKotuunnf w.,
io enter the shrine of thb temple whleb also that he had no knowledge of the "Springs, ils. Sir bel5 hfeOelluuma, Ka. a. I:. o., went
had been converted n a church by man ever having used or procured the There was an enjoyable banquet given s t et at the ala tng ea
the Crusaders till the walls bad been Unpralleled Hair Grower, aml es far a at the armory last night by the guards. by a gti'nled old flsherman, we
tborougbly desaased anid p tified Witi he knows mono had influenced hlm to
torouhlyewater. A smllar ly Ia told o ed it, and that the man has never re. Many were entertained by the soldiesr t' mu to make the stranger welcome,
the Chnr.b ofA sL ophla at Const tl- ceived anythnla for sending it; boys in a uuiost royal maUner Whoeer he mllht be.
e hn ro o t on ta B worn to and suecribed before mse We have just what o wut at stoL. "9 you uln' asnor. sIr" he ahk-
nople. when transformed froDm this t lth1 day of N ovember A; D. 19o., ing silver, ugar spSons buttse" ksvi; e
tian place of worship o a Meals S. B OIDIOS, M.. D tea, table s detId the goeevinr.
medan mosqute. The orlignof tbi rse, t. h. ftlvxn, othee p L. s.tonm ,
aceordlng to s oalem tradition, to that Notary Public for the State orid other piees. tL C. pSmt "lip0 here tabnt the it (sea' oil)' .
the blood of tbe prophet sprang Into at large. Mr. C. L, Tblgplin, a promiaent dcitize st'snuor pre
new life In this ploprous Crlipon w- of Waldo, wasla Iue lity Satu9rday and 51 41r"d 'tme gtwe rnor."b
er To this day when a Tr sees a favored The Star man with a pieassant l tm ed, coai e about the
rosc lying on the ground be will nrul, call and a rub3cription to the saper. .)brul

it t'is hnly kiss II r.vervnUy adlt do
'lt I'' 1 frill ioso in S ePI tP d Jil 1f8v.w 0 For ai few days old seispper s, su rm t"I iW e aeWor n f.atNowtoo ti^
ps ,,, m ,n e psy. d 0g Lu nd to able fortw rappg purpoM', b had fLt a' t mir aoune, w1I
.or surety. at TuiRa Stra Offce for to enat a hu- g1ame s er ae dignity,
*Or's Mi, d. ilred Forty.-ivs pa~es for S let 8$ ot, wr' said tbh fisherman,
r ,,ut why did you taname your balby L. 0. Graey, of High SSpriang, leaves with ft r0iodlyt'Uer ot bigad.
r'r hi uilltosl dirlnliutallle asl eitorr1, .-TH. ]-- today for Lyanville, Tenu. wbher be and "'W I i m igbt pod op .l-f yon
tli. .i;.rd frti.ndt asked theI proud his family will sapead art of tls man sM I. An' I. bO l t wil.
yIug Iuil her p er season with relatives and friends, WTu ld I t o
-'W ll. you sMeWI' I s his5I :..a-.-
r ,,p, ,ui r,,,,ier' b- u a tr au', iptrl protmidsit ladle and tUenUe- '
pr v op I the forumsr iea=nrer of lbslt i r ie = le I
"NO W a 'tai ln sIll.d ulsg hlat t' ,it who robbd a bank
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Under and by virtue f a flnal decree
tiadl and rendered by Hon, W. A. Hock.
r, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
courtt of Florida, in and for Alacshu
county, in chancery silting on the lath
lay of June, A. D). 1901, wherein C. W.
latuknight Is complainant add John tc-
Henry and Jullia McHenoy 'ar defen-
lants, In a certain cause hereln peadiag,
,1. J.. Clyatt, asapOelaI master i chain-
cry by ap tldt o, Ue ot will
eoirt house sl a ti t 4h e the
'ille HtatI 1 f.-.QtOrii0 il On yLa tlO
th d(ay of rl.4r,.o
EIal hoursot t .
)f lrnl. sittly.I, and.M t
county of Alahua, s tate of
nore particulArly dieerlbTd j
Ioutb-west quarter (w X
quarter (a e X) of &ctiun thIrty- )
u town shipnine (9), suth ao
eighteen (8) east, conts'ning tort' ,
crem of lpad, more or less.
Together with all and singular thbe tls
Umaeti, hereditanents and appurteta
ancef to the assue belongIng or in asyA
wil appertaiuinrif. '-
laid property lIn to be sold a'thO u
nrty of the sai .John aNllreiry la 4I a
McHenry to satlfty y ad pay 4 id
sees and cotsa,
L, J. C'vAT,"
C. C. TaotMAS, I Sp1s9" Master
Solicitor for Complaiuant.

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if foreclosure made and rendered on the
tMh day or Jul, A. D. 903 by tbr
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California Stale Prison.


Warden and Asalstants Taken Pris<
S era and Used as Shields While
S esperate Menr Well Armed,
;' With Guns Escaped.

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Cream of News.

Brief Summary of MVost
Important Events
of Bach Day.

D -The Tabernacle paptlst church, of
Atlanta, won its fight over 9'allen"
Immersion before the Stone Mountain
on- Association and retains fellowship In
the denomination.
-The Georgia senate has passed a
resolution calling for Inyb8tlgatlon of







a iDptaIn Franols Miles Paessa Away In
sBartlmtse at Age of 76.
Dr, Francia F. Mile,. 7G years ol0l
killedd al his home In ltalRlnnt-'e. MI.
SThursday night. Ho served tllronull
S the civil war. As ai captaila in th ,ii
federate service, he nad charge -oI
S Fort Bumter when It was attucla-%il I,
the federal fleet.

Tobacco Fight on In Misslesippl.
The American Tobacco Company
Better known as the I tral has launch
b d a relentless figtl In Milsslssippi r
,itrve all anti-lrutit ont.''rns out ol
business In the state.

E f. 'I'
ai, melept Makers to Adjust Prices
With Amount of Cloth Used.
.. At the meeting of the lUnionu-Mur Makers' Association In Chil
."iio. Thursday night it was decide'r
:tQ indust prices to accord with thi
1$iLtBabt., Thtue a man weighing 13k
bba4s might be able to buy his suh
$.10. while the man whose weight
itld measure 850 pounds might ?,t
Forged $15.


Y In Nasville Burns and
S ,v11we* Narrow Eosape.
t '';10k' Saturday uorulung
..,aI otel at Nashville was

A 'Wl, of brick and
,T" MWi111 prob.

I h..: l
S~Itm fat

a woman, Injurig her seriously*

-W. A. Miller has returned to work
In the government printing office, and
la In charge of the bookblndere who
have been objecting to his reinstate-

-Advices to the state department
Monday were to the effect that the sit.
nation at Panama is sorlouts. It is be-
lieved that Colomhla'm action was due
to a desire to forestall possible Irou-
ble In the event of the failure of the
canal treaty,
-Will Maddox, a Dodge county,
Oa., farmer, I In all at Eastman,
charged with .attempting to kill his
wife. He placed his shotgun against
her head, but she threw It up before
he fired.
-Four citizens of Monroe county,
Ga., were carried to Macon Saturday,
charged with conspiracy to intimi
date a negro witnel s In a moonshine
-In a wreck on the Southern Sun-
rdiy near Coveville, Va., eleven per-
sons were Injured, but none fatally.
-Major W. A. Hanlley, of Ala-
Inma, has proposed a scheme for en-
dlowing the state soldiers' home. He
asks that a thousand citlens each
give t100 to the home.
-The conference of ex-slaves in
sesPlon at Memphis, Tenn., Issued an
address to the negroes belig .chased
br northern mobs, advising them to
return to the south for protection.
-A special term of Dodge superior
court has been called to try Robert
Cawthorne and Mrs. R. J, Tucker,
charged with piolsonlpg '., JTucker,
tho husband of te later ,
-DI Alll*, llti,,. ti, sem Of the
"rot 8atuay lgi, eta reported
quiet Sut day %WkIt,.' f. oartAe
If r th BBt lha.



I i Iho charge or lobbying. Sensational
Statements are made by Representa-
i A special from Sacrritanto, Cal, tive TIgner and Representative Over-
says: Monday thlrreen notorlo.s ci'Inu- street, in house committee.
Finals escaped fron FIolsiim prison by -The Columbus Water Works Corn-
using the overpowered head ofllers of pany is seeking to enjoln the city of
the prison as silletls to plrotect Lhon Columbus, Ga., from erecting the pro-
from btllllis utitil Iltey had fled Into posed system of water works.-
the niountitlns. During the struggle -Three negroes reached Macon,
In the prison William L. Cotter, a .a.; Thursday from Danville, Ills.,
guard, was stabbed to death by the fleeing from the mobs in tnat state.
convicts. A. J. Cohirano was probably They declare Ihat they are done with
fatally stabbed in the back, and W. the north.
C. Palmers was severely hacked about -Now witnesses have been intro-
the hacd. duced by the state in the trial of Cur-
When the escaped desperadoes wore tie Jett, at Cynthlana, Ky., who testify
well away from the prison they releas- that the later killed Attorney Marcum.
ed Warden Wilkinson, Captain Mur- The oldest national bank In Pen's
phy and one or two other men who sylvania, located at Doylestown, hos
alad beeoon used as shieldsl. (leural because the office
Overseer McDonoiugh and five or six closaned t doors be depo the olt all
guards are stlll Is thu hands of the squandered the depots Wall
Sfugltl os, who say that they ,will kollr, o
the prison officers If tho militia at --Judge George Gray, ol Delaware,
Stempts to retake Lio convicts. has consented to serve as arbitrator
Governor Pardee ordered out several In the Alabama mining trouble. Thil
companies of militia and soldiers are ill result In 14,000 miners rosunmtog
o, n. the trail of the fugitives. All l4e work
escaped mon are desperate characters -The death lift at Lowell, Mao-.,
land Mood Is likely to flow before they numbers twenty-five. The explosion
.0ira taken. The thirteen convicts had was caused by an employee pouring
;,', 'been ncting strangely of late, and nitric acid Instead of water op nitro
.lhoy were seen talking among glycerine.
,ilt bOm4ve Monday morning, Captain -Lightning killed three ran injured
j tiiurpy oJled Warden Wilkinson and over twenty at a Baptist association
.o Or guarded Intb his office to consider near Lynchburg, Va., Thursday.
hat was best to Lo with the men. --North Carolina revenue offlcors
epl0 ,kt setied this moment qNorth Carolina revenue oftora
\ ~ y made straislgt for l have just discovered an organlzh%-
~' tal's 0 'ey made straight ior gang of moonshlners who had bound
,Ptan's whomce psonrus wshed In themselves together by a terrible
I0*y pmen whom prisoners wiahlils oath.
c0ape usually elude. A desperate The North Carlina railroad c
l lojltWed. -Tho North Car0l1na railroad coni-
Sonvlies were armed wlllt mission is now assessing the value of
h9 and raiors and with thres they the different readd of the -stato for
$p'ilited Warden Wilklnson, his taxing purposes and 'ome big In-
4ta0n. Harry Wilkinson, and his ot- creases are ptodlatod.
.- The warden's clothing was -The last tribute was paid to Polio
bahed Into shreds with a razor, but Leo at Rome Thursday, the thlid
blade did not toucn the fle.h. great requiem mass being celebrated..
S aruSey Cockrane fought the convicts -The labor troubles In Russia have
A chair, raining blows on them resulted in the troops firing on the
'"itPd left. Finally he was foiled strikers, killing ton and wounding
:a kilfe thruat In the back. Guard eighteen.
kuBtei'e' abdomen was ripped wide -Despite reports of the govoin-
eR aUd1 he died Monday ntornoon, ,ent a revolution is threatened In
S- Palmers was nearly scalped. Cuba. Armed men 'sar marching
Ifthe office was covered through Santiago province urging the
*t blood.
Used Offcers as Sheld people to rebel
The oeer were outnum ored and -The Oliveros embezzlement case
r '.P"o had to be relieved of their arms, was begun in the superior court at a.-
Shen using the officers as a selld, the vannah, a., Monday. The de'nci
SonlctI started for the armory post pleads that the shortasc, -tarlle appa-
S 3- the outskirts of the penitentiary rent, Is not ral.
I'ryBnds. They passed a gatling grin T;iu trial of Mrs. Onle Tanner was
1p oned of the walls, but the guard-, called at Galnoavlle, Ga., Monday, but
a'iPerB afraid to turn it on tlh ;onvlcts. was postponed owing to the illness ot
L'.Fhen the armory prst was reached the defendant. Bhe was allowed ball.
9laters there attempting to Interfere -In sentencing Ed Williams, the no
': br e quickly overpowered. Then, it- Twro boy ravisher, Judge Gary, of Au-
i': further arming themselves with guata, Qa., declared from the bench
.l e, knives,' pistolshd a ammunition, that It must be understood that such
'they made a dash for the'country, with crimes will have to slop.
Several guards, the warden and cap- -At Vlcksburg, Miss., Monday. a
.'Irain In tow. white woman, Miss Strong, shot and
S The uonvl.ti, armed with rifles, killed a.nogro, aged 70.yoars. She a
I marched one on either ult'e of Warden ii'w In Jail, but claims solf-defense.
yilklngorr, who wae threatened with --At Ilattiosburg, Miss., as the re-
S at he made rean attempt to es. lt of a family quarrel, Mrs. Rich shot
S mape. The oilcors were told that If tand killd her brother. The dispute
any of the pursuers took the lllfe of was over the use of water fro dl a
Se of tno convicts.the convicts would waer rn
i' Wetallato, life for llte. At Mormon pring
ri" l: brtdge, about a mile from Ilie penlten- -Two more Alabamlnns, Hardy ano.
',:a, 'try, the warden, his grandson and Todd, admitted their guilt of the
!1i ptaln Murphy were sent back. The charges of peonage against them Men-
Oti et were marched along with LhO day and were fined 11,000 each :by
*.',:'hp, vlots. Judge Jones at Montgomery.
F ratherr on L40 convicts went to a -One million spindles are Idle in
;il;rter's house, seized his four-horse Fall River, Mass., on account of the
i 1 1'3am aMd wagon, robbed the house of high price of cotton.
I'verythlng of value, took he farnmr -Five former oounollmen, convicted
"' them as a driver, and started for otf boodling, were sentenced at St.
S, Bald mountain. Louilp, Mo., Monday, to terms In the
.. Among the officers carried off by penitentiary.
them is General Overseer MoDonough. -During the procession at Belfast,
Some fears are felt for his safety, as the carriage containing King Edward
S Vbears the especial ill-will of 'he and Queen Alexandra waq driven over
ob' i O ct .. .. ... .. .

Fleeing Convicts In California GOlv
Freedom to Kidnaped Prison Offi-
cials-Hot chase Is On.

A dispatch from Plac rville, Cal,
says: Of the thirteen convicts who
escaped from the statl penitentiary at
Folsori Monday, twelve are still at

Sensation Brought to Focus

in the Georgia Legislature.


Resolution Adopted Defines the Crime
of Lobbying and Calls for Prob-
Ing of Accusations Made on
Floor of House,

Charges of "lobbying" made openly
n the Georgia legislature, and the r,-
port of these charges by the new pa-
ler--accompanied in some Instanctsa
by comment construed as reflecting
seriously upon the members of the
general assembly-were responsible
'or the senate's adoption, Thursday
morning, of a resolution calling for a
loint committee of investigation. heo
resolution was immodlaely traDnmli-
Led to the house, where it was refer-
red to the committee on judctla.y.
The committee at its meeting in the
afternoon adopted a substltuwe for the
original resolution In whilh fthe word-
ing of tho original was soniewhrtt
changed. With the adoption or elth!er
set of resolutions, however, an Invea-
tigation is assured.
Members of the senate discussed
the subject for an hour and' then n :y
practically unanimous vote adopt ld
the following resolttlon:
Whereas, the constitution of the
state of Georgia declares lobbying to
be a crime, nmd In purstsace ot ttLis
conditional provision, thl general au-
sembly has by legislative enactc ont.,
defined lobbying to be any personal
solicitation of a member of the gen-
oral assembly of this stato during a
session thereof by private Interview,
or letter, or message, or other moeais
and appliances not addressed solely
to the judgment to favor or oppose oz
to vote-'for or against any bill, reso-
lution, report, or claim pending or to
be introduced,' in either branch there-
of, by any person who misreprosents
the nature of his interest in theo mlt-
tor to such members, or who Is orn.
played for a consideration by a per-
son or corporation Interosted in the
passage or defeat of such bill, rnso'iu-
tlon, report, or claim for the purposo
of procuring the passage or defeat
tlhoreof. But this does not Inclut.te
stich service as drafting peIltlons,
bills or resolutions, attending to the
taking of testimony, collating fac:s.
preparing arguments and memorials,
'and submitting them orally or In writ-
ing to a committee or momcr of the
general assembly, anil other! sorvlce
of like character Intndedl to reach
the rear.on of the legislators. And .c
proscribed as a punishbhmrni ior tie
violallon if0 thci ponal statito, con-
tlnn 'e,iit In- the poiltenitlry for not
less than one year nor more Itan five
And whereas, It has been charged
by certain prominent and Inmflentlal
members of tho general a.ssombly
"that lobbying does exist In this leg.
Islaturo, and that they mtnow It to be
true, but cannot prove It, ecaunse
thoso lobbyists know wnoni to ap.
ironach. They soel oily thloo who.n
they kiuow will not give thlie away;
tbhal uobbylsni may he broken up In
olergia, but it will not be by the
momboers of the leglslatutro."
Atnd whereas, lenaing nowspape-rs
of the state ave comnitented upon
the seo chitrgBs.
And whoroeas, said chtnrges are a re-
fiection ind liuuult to those niemlers
who sook to dillchargt- their duty in
accordance with the solemn ourai ta-
Iten by oeacli Ionlber;
andl whereas, It is ,te sense of the
senate and the Isouse of represont'-
tires that the charges herelnbofor'o
made should be fully Investlgate1;
therefore, be It ,
Resolved by the senate, Ihe hoise
concurring, That a joint committee Ie
appointed, three from Ine senate, ,o
be appolntod by the prosilent of the
senate, and five from the house, to bja
aplpointedl by lthe speaker of the housc,
to Investigate these charges,. with full
power to subpoena witnesses and com-
pol thoir attendance, and report .li
evldono and fndlngs to Iho general
assembly now In session, within one
week from this date.


Twenty-Two Under Charge of Con-
spiracy to Blow Up Mine.
'An explosion at tlhicoun aiitl lMoon
mnoe, noar Idlnho Springs, Colorado.
wrecked the trarisformter Iionua, set
tire to the oil in the transfurtners, anil
resulted in a hoavy loIs. Men wtrru
seen running from the mine nfter thi'
fire was discovered, and the watcli-
mnan shot one of llhem fatally.
Twenty-two members of the n.ners'
union, Incluring Pr-asldent HowarIt
Treszao and other offlclala hnve boon
arrested, charged with conspiracy to
blow up tho mine


Kentucky Man Made Horrible Mic;
take Owing to Excitement.
At I'ulton, Ky., Tbursday morning
at 2 a. m. mistaking his wife for a
burglar, Charles linford frarally shot
lier. Ms. Binford was awakened by;
burglars at a window and called her
husband. In the confusion that fol-
lowed, Mrs. Binford *as shot and tho
hurglara escaped.


.'rail of Prisoners from California
Peniteniaary Totally Lost.
Reports of T1urs4ay fror the state
prison at Flaolsp. Callforal,. stated
that the militia have had absolutely
no trace of the escape' convicts 'loe
Monday night.
The aountr*-In whlvch the fglitvivtI
r r` thought to be lhal n'u% hr i n- QR-
-.rte(l ceabln tud h.e"131 mm#', '
a r b .. . .7
Vblch 'Wil Jko* thop

Many of Those In Danville, Illinois,
Decide to Move Away.
A dispatch from Evansvile, Ind.,
says: Many siraiago negroes lave been
passing through tho city all day, otn
routo to the south. Somo of liheni
were from lnDnville, Ills., and poulits
north. One (f the refugees stated
over one-half of theo nc,roes In Dain-
ville Intended to leave the stato und
seek homes In the aoutb.
Hundreds of tho Negroes who leftr
Elvansvlllo during Ihe recent riots havo
not returned. Several Iowns'lin south
orn Indinna are free froin negro iln
habitants for'the llrst tiin in year'.


Death Claims Newly-installed Chief
of Locomotive Engineers.
A dispatch from Mrnl\ illl. 1',
otnaos that A. It. Young.son. who su i
cneded the gratii chieofiniiahip of it
brotherhood of AI.ronntiv ( Enginee'rs
on the doath of Cliltf P. M. Arthur.
died In that city at an early hour
Wednesday morning.


Trouble on Rdlalan
to a Short StWp
Ton striking work
.nd eighteen were wc
ault of a volley fired
hallvo,. Russia. on t
railway, July 28. '
leriuted to stop troJl
ment of soldiers was.
moldlert we rg gretqe
a. .tba and rqli
' +, m, 1 NO

umI I flhlY Iv, uuuI. ILU

large. Joe Murphy, who was serv-
Ing a fourteen years' sentence for
robbery, was shot duad Monday nlgait
at Pilot Hill.
S. M. Gordon, the reported loader
Of the gang, who had been sentenced
to orty.five years for robbery, desert-
ed his followers soon alter they loft
the prison. He was. heavily armed.
and It is not known jn which direc-
tion he sought safety.
The others, who remain together,
are making for the Sierra Nevada
mountains. They are closely pursued
by the sheriffs of Sacramento, Eld )-
rado and Placer counties, each back-
ed by numerous depntle.s and assisted
by a company of militia. About twen-
ty guards from the Folsom prison are.
also engaged in .the chaeo. It is be-
lievod that the fugitives willlsoou be
surrounded and a desperate battle Is
antlelpaold, as all are heavily armnl.
The work of the pursuing posse
has been rendered less diffctult than
was anticipated by the unexpectol
action of the convicts, who, on Tues-
day, released all of the free men tlhy
held as hostages.' I Is thought this
course was prompted by lack of foo.I
and ammunition.
A eight occurred Monday night at
Pilot 111i1 betwuen -the convicts auit
their pursuers. It was a more serious
affair that at first reported. After
the convicts had looted a provislun
store at Pilot Hiill they were praptil
call Eurrounded by the sheriffs of
Sacramento and Placer counties, echli
commanding a strong posse. All
four horses in the convicts' wag',n
wore slot and one of tho crintilnls
was killed outright. Their the outl
laws raised a white flng und marclheni
up the road with the guards and
others whom they had captured on
coach side of them. A general volley
was not ordered, as It miglht have
killed several Innocent. men. In this
deliberate manner, the second oscupe
was made. Now that the captives
have boon freed, ilie pursuing offileer
have been instructed to shoot the coin
victs on sight and their death or cap-
ture is hourly expected.


Convicted Captain Will Bo Released
From Prison Next December.
Captlal Oborlln M. Cirlter, wlho
was convicted o( conspiring with Gay.'
nor and Orcone to swlud lo ho gov,-rn.
meant, will soon he nt liberty. As a
result of excellent behavior, Ito wilm
be discharged early In next Iobreober
under the "thredlfourtha" law. lie
will then go to Arizona as the chief
engineer for his uncle, who owns
large copper mines. The ther't of
about $800.000 was traced to Carter.
and nearly half this suam has boon re,
covered by the government.
Since he will ant lit permit td to
enjoy the fruits of his own lalhor ol.
yond what is necessary for hnrao istp.
port entl Ibo glovernnment's ctltio I-
'satisfied, Cartor wll tavo Ito, tiinul
about $40l,Ool0 before lie can Itol- toi
begin to save money.


Islanders to Memorializo Congress
With Plea for Self-Got crnmeit.
At Tuesday's sesinaln of tilhe.' ini
rule convcnllon, In H onoltlu, a:or -i-
lag to a cable ilHpattli, ox-Delologi
Willoox urged that cungrosH Le intmno.
riallzed to grant Ilawnll tndtclpeul-
He also strongly favorotd lito estate
11shment of a governniont for the Is-
lands similar to tlint of t'ulia. Ills -in.
marks were received with nlluch ap-
It Is probable tluit a petition eat-
bodying the views expressed by \V,I-
CQx will lie prepared four tur!:entlaltlu
to congress.

Southern Car Company Bankrupt.
The Southern Car antd Fotundry
Company was formally Ideclnred bantr-
rupt by the court at Trcnton, N. J.,

to the other members of thl commit.
tee. la order to attend to the com-
mittee work he will have to forego
his usual August vacation.
Judge Gray will leave Wllmlngr in
on Saturday. August 8, for Birming-
bnam. Ala., wbhre the commission tylll
sit aul begin the sessions tho follow.
ing Mouday morning.


Vestibule Limited Collides With Work
Train and Two People Killed.
Two people were killed and feven
Injured in a rear end collision be.
twoen tho Southern vestibule limited
on the Southern railway and a work
train at Springflelo, Va.. seven illoe
belohi- Alexandria, at seven o'clock
Tuesday morning. The engines and
several of the ears were badly dam-


For Alleged Hypocritical Pol-

icy in Dealing With Russia,


Director of Russian Foreign Office,
Wartwlg, Declares England is Try. '
ing to Foment Trouble in
Underhand Way.

A cable dispatch from St. Peters-
burg, Russia, says: Director Hart-
wig, of the Asiatic department of the
Russian foreign office, talked long,
earnestly and frankly to a represen-
tative of the Assoolated Press regard-
ing Manchuria. lie began by making
the statement that the Riisso-Chlnese
situation was likely to remain un-
changed until the return to the Rus-
sian capital of War Minlster Kurlpot-
kin. Director Hartwig declared that
he could not understand Prince
Ching's statement to Minister Con-
ger, but he presumedl the port qiies-
ltion would be arranged. Russia, he
said, excluded Harbin from the port
possibilities bucanuse of Ira railway Imn-
portance, but he could see no objec-
tilon to two more other ports being
Attack on England,
Passing on to the statement of
American opinion regarding Manchu-
ria, the director made a remarkably
outspoken attack upon England. He
"I do not comprehend how Russia,
whose foreign volley Is the moit
straightforward, can be accused of d-i-
pilcity when England's double deal-
Ing Is a question that should be appa-
rent to everybody. Here are two
telegrams received from England to-
day. One relates to Lord Cranloorna's
statement In the house of commons
July 23, saying that England desires
an Anglo-Russian arrangement cover-
ing the entire situation and that Eang-
land recognized Russia's peciltar sit-
uation and special interests In Man-
churla. The other repeats the Lon-
don Standard's disparth from Tien
Tslu July 24 regarding Russian rein-
forcements at Port Arthur. This Is
for American consumption; It Is falqa,
but I shall permit its publication
here in order to prove that we do not
fear war even with five powers.
"England ever addressed to us In-
quiries, complaints or protests re-
garding Manchuria. Sho recognize
our special interests, but continuallv
Incites Japan and America against
Rusina. Tho I-ngllih dlsimtchcs fro'n
ithi far east nro for Anmerican con-
umiinption. Why does not Amert a
se through the trick? WVhy Hrwirl
low the bait so awkwardly dllniguised'!
Doe3 America dcLiro wnr? Ii' si,
why doo. not. anybody slto) Io ronsHid
er how tulch tlile Antile.iit Mi inclkit-
lnii trado amounted to blefuire 1891?
Whoevcr hoard Neutehwang mention-
cud before we brought urlder there?
Vlo is Ibulllling Dalny ns a treo port?
"RussIa ihas 10,lO.OO nils ,of Clinese
frontier. Shall we place noi-r.elves on
l to, innifr fooling tas oiltors? WVIPIi we
sanvpIl Adtmiral eoymotr t'roin t strilt--
1lin wly (lid not imohboily iproitat
nanlnsit Kin Chow? WhaIt is rliet, t-
.cry tor? Does anybody HIsppIust we
are golr.g tp be cotuiplltel io relln.
quIlsh tlio railway to minraniltrlert?
repeat Ilint we do not I'-nr w:ur even
\irthl Ivo pone-rs. Our rdirel'ai n 1 l
C'rlnio Is a glorlonls chbaplor it
history, and I do not bellcne trhat a nv
five powers desire 1to giLthi'r Ie-v lain.t
rIsT lile those of the Crlnmti-t. What
can Japan do? WIVe coiill criish .Inal-t
to sand. Japan exists IIIu)ou EIusIan
fish. II is our daily to exmpsr "lT n.
land's di pllclly. Il i iiot ti recent,
phenoniinon now; il i9 a 'h'on, ii .I-
falr. t-untie lengllrh rllspru lttes eitI'-
pasa oprtt Iboufcfe. }lcr'c I. a fhil ntaith
just rocelvcdi sfniin: tliati. .IlIIIIt Is
ppriparln or war war ni thltt Ilie' n cil
Ja ep '"' Frio ntl'rr,:. 1'; I ot t lr Vla ll-i
votuscik. wltero fi'<'lti> war m 'u ItllS a.-'t
not nlltwedi at nill"
Dlm '>:'tl,-r Ilartwlig generallyy antl aie-
clfl'nlly irlnied Ilio rclports rougtrdlluag
Russia's InobillztsiIhn of trooeps.


Delaware Jurist Accepts Job of Un-
tangling Alabama Trouble.
A dispatch from Wllmlngton, 'Del..
says: Judge George Gray decided
Thursday to accept his appointment
as fifth member of the Alabama coal
strike commission and so tdlegraphcd

Railway Brought High Price of Cotton Temnporarlly Hungarian Bolon Surprises Colleagues
by Soldiers. Closes Massachusetts Mills. By Producing Pile of Boodle
men wore killed A large part of the olttonl mui.nufc- Deputy Zollman Papp caused a sle.
wounded as the c- t.tring industry of VWhitingvllle, Ma s p..ut y ollman hPPP e use a he n.
by troops at Mik- and vicinity will suspend operating s tl o In the lower house of the Hun.
the TillIs-Batoiin on August 1 for one week. Notices garlan diet, at Buduuapest. Wednesday
'he strikers at- announcing the shut dlowe. wore po t by spreading out on the table 10,00.
an and a detan'h Ted by our ot the largest companlos kronen In ear.h which he declared had
suiptoncd. Tne Tuesday. It Is understood the doels- been tendered him as a bribe to de.
d worth 4a shQwr ion to close was In accordance to an Bert .bigs fellow-obhsructloaniat aa
Sr anot,. Aft k agreement among osrtain New Eng-. IleOve Budapesl: Herr'pavp added ht ^
S.rP wee land mills" treasulrets to decreeasp he It -wau former Dptty ene. ..db .d -
il g .troYps were ....i ,g ...... oj g 103 4 fq r_ De, Diene p ,..
O n 1.zt0- ..4.' !; = .' ",, .
',',';,"'~~~ '..,.Ab'"s :.t~ .,-'+: ."" '.'',. t ".3

Sbot n Ngro- Attenpt to Break Up
a Meeting at WhIoh Tuskegee
Educator Was speaker .

A dispatch from Boston, Mass.,
says: As the result of a concerted at-
tempt to break up a meeting where
Booker T. Washlngton wha the guest
.of hunor, a riot resulted, razors were
used, three men were more or less se-
riously slashed and an effort was
'made to reach Washington "to cut his
heart out" as one of the Infurlatld
razor wielders shrieked.
This meeting, which included over
2,000 of Boston's colored rqsiden's,
was held in the African Methodist
Episcopal Zion church. From the mo-
ment that IDoker T. Washington took
the platform the trouble started.
While there had been more or less 41i'
cord while the previous speakers wore
talking: the din became terrific when
Washington started to spea. Hisses,
cat calls and cries of "Put him out!"
greeted the negro educator's appear-
ance. For some moments, the latter
tried, in vain, to make himself heat.
Finally the police were sent for. At
the appearance of the police a general
stampede resulted. Clibs were froeiy
used, and the officers were beaten and
pounded while attempting to drag
their three prisoners from the church.
Even the women joined In the at-
tack on the bluecoats, and Officer P.
J. Malley was dangerously wounded
In tile groin with a hal pin. Patr'1-
man Underhilll, In warding off a knife
thrust Intended for one of the dis-
turbera. received a wound iust below
the heart, while [Bernard Charles, of
Fiverelte, a colored opponent of the
Washington faction, was so bally
stabbed in the lert side that his recov-
ery Is doubtful. Three arrests were
nade. It was almost one hour before
quiet was restored and Washington
given a chance to finish his lecture.
Both factions at the close of the
meeting Issued statements. Washing
ton said, In his statement, that the ne-
groes of Boston should not be held I .
sponslble for a few riotous Individ-
uals, while William Munroe Trotter,
one of those who were arrested, said
the cause of the rioting was the ruling
of the chairman, Lewis, In ordering
Iho arrest and ejection of any persnci
who hissed or manifested any obje,.
tion to the speaker of the evenl.ig.
It Is said that the disturbance waE
proarranged. After the meeting Trot:
ter andi his friends admitted that they
went there with the idea of asking
Washington a number of questions
and to resent any attack that might
be made on the New England repro
Ssentatives to the recent Afro-Amerl.
can council at Louisville.
The meeting was held under the
nusplces of the Colored Busine's
Men'a Associaton of Boston, at
which I. W. I.ewls, assistant Unit-.l
States district attorney, presided.


Oldest Insttuton i In State of Penn
sylvania Closes Its Door.
Trhe Doylostown National bank, of
Doylc-rtown, Pa., has been closed by
lit) romptroller of the currency.
Thie statement Issued o by thc comp.
troller of the tirreney says that Ilie
failure of tlhe bank was brought about
by speculations In stocks on their ;nrt
of t11 ofllcers and a natmber of tho
customers of the bank.
The bank Is one of the oldest In Ith
sIate. Its Philatdelphia correspon I-
ents are the Philadelphia Nanton'-l
hnnlk Tho former has been its ngont
for 50) years and the latter fur 31)


Three Killed and Many Injured at o
Church In Appomattox County, Va.
Thrstrnay afternoon three persons
wora killed and more than a score
Injured by lightning at New Hope
c llnrch, Appomatrox county. Va.
A meeting of tlohe James Ritver Bap.
tist Association was In progress and
a largoa number of men took refuge
under an awning near the bnlldlhng
when the storm came up. Lightn!.i
strut-k a Iree In front of the awning,
causing lthe disaster.

Comptroller General Wriglt, ol
CGeorgia, estimates that the increasrt
In value of taxable property in thIl
state will go as high as $35,000,000.


Georgia Representatives Vote Mesa.

time is nearly out. May it be your
last and best work for Miss Winnie,
whom we all loved.-BILL ARP, 1n
Atlanta Constitution.


Feared His Remarks Would be Mlu-
construed by Ile Jury.
At Savannah,. Ga., Tuesday, a mis-
trial was ordered In the case of J. U.
Oliveros charged wilh larceny after
trust In the allgoed misappropriation
of more than $5,000 of the funds of
the Atlantic Coast Line, of which ho
was cashier.
On the of the ease Judge
Barrow voluntarily gave an order for
a mistrial, basing this upon the belief
that an opinion be had previously ex-
pressed as to certaJn evidence would
tend to prejudice the jury as to the
weight it should carry.

St Louie' Former City Officials Get
Terms for Four to Slx Years.
At St. Louis. Mo., M9nday, Judge
Ryan passed sontenee on five former
members of the house of delegates.
tour of whom were convicted of brlb-
cry and one of perjOry In conapetion
with municipal franchise deals. Fol-
lowing are thOa* Ieant d:
'John A- Shteridal, wtva4 d Albrigbt
gad Jerryj Tiimsl-e, .'y4jl- each,
fprt ,' i 'y .... "" ... e ryJ

in the

BartoW Sage Distcuits Senti-
monte of Poeical Gems.


What a Mother's Love Can Aegooo
pilh--Library Is Named In Mem-
ory of a Cherished Daughter.
Appeal for Wlinne Davil
Memorial Hall.

The saddest and the sweetest
things ever written were concerning
death and love. Montgomery Scott,
Longfellow, Undloy and Dourdlloa
and many others found their tender
eat sentiments on theoe subject.
Llndley wrote his sweetest genAs on
the death of a young lady. Just such
another would he have written had
he lived until our loved one died.
"Thou art gone from our gaze like a
beautiful dream,
Thy grace and thy beauty no more
will be seen;
The' lost to sight, to memory dear,
Trou ever wilt remain;
The only hope our hearts can cheer-
The hope to meet again."
Longfellow says:
"The air is full of farewells to the dy-
And mournings for the dead.
There Is no flock, however watchtel
and tended,
Btr one dedd lamb is there;
There sa no fireside, however defended
But has one vacant chair."
Montgomery says:
"Miend after friend departs,
Who has not lost a friend?
There ie so union here of hearts'
That finds not here an end."
And Longfellow says, by way of
oonsolat on:
"There is no death. What seems so
is transition;
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life elysian,
Whose portal we call death."
All this Is very solemn and very
sad, but It has its counterpart when
they wrote of love. Scott says:
"In peace love tunes the shepherd's
In war he mounts the warrior's steed,
In courts la seen in gay attire,
In hamlets dances on the green.
Love rules the camp, the court, the
And men below and saints above,
ror love is heaven and heaven lIt
Solomon says. "Love Is as strong as
death" and "God from necessity is
love" and "Love thy neighbor as thy-
And Wordsworth says, "A mother's
love Is the holleat thing alive."
A mother's lovely I was watching
the eagerness with which our neigh-
bor, Mrs. Munford, was cherishing
the memory of her lost daughter, the
sweet girl who had charge of the li-
brary books committee and whose
memory now seems like a beautiful
dream-a dream to us, but not to
the mother who never will forgot,
When the Cherokee Club prepared to
make a memorial for Mary she plead-
ed for the privilege of placing It
where Mary was wont to sit and have
sBv'ct companionship with those she
loved. Her beautiful home was no'h-
Ing and money was nothing. She said
the library Is In debt five or six hun-
dred dollars. Please let me pay iL orf,
for Mary felt like It was her debt.
Let me have the floor varnished and
have chairs bought Instead of bench-
es, and I want some nicer tables for
Mary's sake. Please let me have a
memorial for Mary here and give it
her name-The Mary Munford Memo-
rial Library?" And so It was done,
who could refuse a mother's tears for
the memory of her loving daughter,
and so It was done, and the sign over
the door will be the Mary Munford
Memorial Library. She is going to
buy t~e books that Mary would have
bought and make a donation each and
every year.
Now, good people, all who tarry or
pass through Cartersvllle stop a little
while and see what love has dode--
mother's lovye. I wish that committee
appointed on Mr. Stovall'a bill would
come and see this model library and
go back and plead for that $6.000
wherewith to build the Winnle Davis
Memorial hall. The patriotic women
want It and so do the veterans whoso


~:Y' -Cl- ~~_-I __.~ILW-IC/II. _.~1 ~L_- ~ _~1__ -7---

I .+


ure Into Life Once More.
Dy a narrow margin the Georgia
house of representatives reconsidered
ils action in defeating the Steed bill
and siibslltutes relating to the dispo-
slilon of tle state's felony convicts.
By a vote of 79 to 78 the convict ques.
tien as outlined under the Steed b;ll
was brought back 0o life.
There was only one object, how.
ever, In getting this measure back
Iteforo the house. That was In order
that tho Candler compromise, which
wPat down in defeat with the Stool
hill. may be offered as a substitute


Exequator of Spanish Consul is With-
drawn by Castro's Agents.
The Spanish consul at La (.luayri.
Venezuela, has eoon deprived of his
excquator, according to aitlhe ilt re.
The action is fhe result of friction
between the consul and the local au
thorltlos over the Spanish clasnln in
his district against Vene.:teia.


I ~ ~ I :
:' ~ I'


Til Williai
Out ofthe night t
Blt, i as llthe pit
r thank wlintrerr
For nimy Uliro'lqn

.I ave not wlict
VJ &ier (lite liiild t.,'
Sy bead ii bl,5o
rD-v. ud thlisu tI:n.,
iLmis iut theo-l
Anti yet Ilip nmenac
Finds and shall f
It malters noton ho
SH-ow charged
I am the master io
I am tile captain


.. TEE

*.***' *

WAS perverse
wanted. to lie st
sweet ao at violet.
S 1tty l.vLed ii
; o l Glen,
.. moVed from FIor
S rliou with enou1.
duty to fill tith r1l
they hc il force
alud shobilheli'
Betty loved tio
foesn't'-ailli if
ty's heart war sgn
soldiery, but .he I
secretly that slit
Ing nt ainytiiil h
whon she (IIi ugli
the colonel I 1
wre alnil F0o dtlrci
WAs only plhi tilOii
i. Tlierne wias y
lloned ;t l'oltrt
mlghty gooil lool
tils to lierself. 1ni
hard to love lilim,
S eapt.i.Dt, anllll Ilot
W,, would (do. ('Cliil
' lnto tle iillddtle o
just Is dicsiunlnle
as a 'i n Oln si llll
know hllls o\viI mil
ii'e ir rapnl afiou
In fact, he never
wsit .just preiily
vantedl bill t L. dII
Now Holly lt:l h
lineoliI1no Ii iloin
old cnuiilgh n (I
that Ynlikl.e lI11.1l
the world, nml II
that tlle itil ll o
wvoild hlie hlini w\i
a linsliond 'Ii,)o m
EI glishllll nI l ai I
"The colon,'ls arii
Sa il] Bell y, to lir'."
of' InrllStt ,.li h' it
Eingllilit ii 11 nlr
a'ii' r' tliii 'i'.s"
Thir ii tir.or rol
Slisy liih h ;il. .ar

Wunrgy ln rlirs osl
It. Tho alriny moil

lti 1Wl'h 11 11l01l
literhi lIn &re ci.

tloni nt tl ir sll lI
lrr llo.v f 111y I'

I'l:tityl dili'll.
vilo l t cvne I arly. .
11119 o1f11'0rl, cll .*
theni t thilr mtinhl
nifew ll o ells (of
alout Ity L. 'l

Brtty." Pnall oue
"orto of tlie Entll
His Manjeslty's '
good look ng at tl
Betty's beonrt
last." slie iiurntlt
Tipe nixt nfltcI
Engllglinuinn t
CIlul. Her heturl
the yoirg'r or f tli
*vnas old niid oit
Intlrodiceil to lieI
Boilttielt, IV -'
rang of tii ltloli
Betty knew lint

Englishinaii nil
of ils name. lils
-wlilcli didn't Ill.
Por tile next wv
Soitllcote was IBi
Cnptnin Roy Lil
was minieriilile.
dl1alces nulud nliou
the entire week.
"No yellow for
* poor artllleryinten
Klag Edwarl'si n
n monocle oliounl.
Colonel Itegitia
long In finding (i
aind a pot of i
adored tlie milll
one daily ivlinlt II
be replied proiiil
ot Ihe IRoyal Vy
he said.
Betty had icnr,
men pretenling I
not, but tlise
enough, nud thi
of herself when
In the city and
-military gnzttle
looked for Rloyal
She found It nil r
'Reilqld Soutl h
colonel tlerror.
SFrom that tlume
41al to tio colonel
erisation occasloi
exia;et!iig to hear
.-mno ly told,
tupli lent a


I[ fAVYfORITE wn mking.qhrl In .nln flOan.' LANGUAGE n FLAME
I W H ITE Jal ilcles abont iae eu.xtet ofr her
'bnauk account. Tilt replirt rcenied to
-NUERABLE SOUL. please hlui, and lie lroeitlded lt make il .
i mrnoet usnio l. hey whlle the suit shone, uud It was n a
hitl covern-, r .. piartiTilarly cloudllisstl south at Low
Fin ,ov!e rt,, ald Gleu.n Signals Exckahged by
1,I im % b lDety, knew with a girl's IntulloEchagedby
Sra't le s ltl!. that an offer wa nsot far away. Sh Sl Luminous Insects and
'1i turintl5 e felt lt inlnll httuwover t rr llime she Fishos of the South.
ed ,w niedl aloud, saiv CepltaillA Ini'ard andl saw ihow .
nitlgs of IchaneC illnlsrttlbly li looked, though he tried to
ly alt unboved, liit a hilran f ace on the matter. If the it HE trailiinan who at flight
ii wrath nnl teartter l t lie fold. Betty cried a little In tle o swlug his Iigh ltl Iililelril
iori'lr of thie shde. plri'nc' of Ilr rooosi when si e lool;d ke? 0thlhh lit-ir. esillugia itoll-
ee of the yearl at the glorious old flg floastlig h Iihe (1 l T i lt alnesigi io Ilio et nll-
ind me unafrii. sunatill. nt the fhlag siffll pak l It til e r s vrndl I n s ll l
_v Ilfit theott, fort lot.oyond, nintl slghed nhd slglid9 it. 1 l.; ui khe I taller f ii lllllll. use tiln in
.with p,,n aueonta ie 'ttni ,,ingerous iorl; i1,he i mi wmis Infllst'-
n my fate; Ilt de(ay Lawyer Coke, who looked lii ( hip ti lp or 1 ro sIinI to IIli-
of my soil. after Betty Rawlins' estate, hIllard I li,.,ill uf Illiht, nil afford Intl retisiin
from a close friend that d tortitu IEng. of th station by n
11sh911i1ih had beesit1uiring about Bet-' Iremtarkabloe siguatllntgulag poBnssesse
I .. tr i ianlnh standlls. iiortuine liunmt- ret eaknohsl s mlny atugosuseet
it not a rnud,",said 61il Coke to ire. oit'e o without other ItieniRs
,T..I hI'hn self,' tnd then, a luck would have t Comintulleaitlf. That this Ilngutign
INATIONAL It, he happened to ielt'-Up I copy ofivil tvvet bo trtilsated or prfectl
the -irond Arrow, the journal- of the indUrtoo vary doubtful, but th
D untied services ot Greiat riain-LA Iact itlilIt is I inauago s ss.tni'lh'tlilr-
ytr Coke looked at l lt, ls-oi.rels fell ol- entarkabl' to those famlillar with It
i iPpdrrArld)h l n(ld he chuckted. IHe ,An wibo have wathed the inilr.vlolus
folded the paper ,up, put it In his pock- snalis tohllwl atehross eld Ilanl pasture
* *J et and took the first train for Lowlnd the nds where the llglitgpver s
W INS hai ti fleu. Ilie marked 1he paruaraph iit lhII e.
it1oVIt,IaS halgl the p.Wtpr, ian. put it where be kllew hat light is (nal the dou.ter
.4LvcUilt, andll] "t 11'e lBetty would besullre to *lA -It UlP, 0l. 1(d Tl lgtist lnal tile doubter
t thit. l:ut Betty h:.l front te itilne of the pub!i at ,l t e.aly determine by taklimr Ite of
ilter fortuneiu li heitr ktiew she would be sure to read It froIm tlh large beetles so coiitlolln Il eil,
for she wns n.s pretty start t fllihSouth and hldlng it up to an openi
ully, alnd thlouih lie Btt nls flt tht the hour was t ligltt. wlhent the lsgnal will
:ind ptinty whe she ,omling wheli se wlda he hv to nl be answered by soiile free lightllt\ve,
W'e Wl~ts ordinarily tS swer a question put to her b Colonel who lresond t c t (ll' tll .lh'iver'i
SIeginaldt Southicote. tBle was thinking liotlt .wlth brhll al ir t llihni Iinatlio. 1Kll
tlih sunIrtii time tit of this whenl sie pliked up tIbe Broad 'enl'ly the witfi r watehetl t.he brilliantl
ot littiy miles 're- Arrow. Sho knew what the paper was, luiot t: Sheriin, hig ga" for she band heard of It. Sie read It :lmioit on ald thle ldarkess beelille nior!
gh youlilg titll|(errt on eagerly. The date of the paper was Iit1ense, fltshes of ligit a.ilpeared here
111,4 of it company 11tl1l three months back. T"he mai'ed para- ntid there, like dhlainouds against i
d to drop the sword -graph elutight her eye. She read thtl: black isky, ihen as meteors flaishling
the Krvg-Jorgeinsen. "iGenier Powell-Bnllen Inspected thlo iel'ot-us thie ield of vision, followed Iby
military -- what girl Itoytil Yoickshlire Regiment last others, untill Ia veritable -ran of fire
loti e rutl be told Bet- Tliursday. It was the first training aipp'i'ered as t swr ni ot llghtglieris
It oll uitrr'yitig Into tlh day of this mniltia organization for a I"tled Iii II gliven tlirection. It occurred
liNltl 111:Il v it, litl. iil el np r. the IliOen were in poor Irlm. lill 11 f0""111 0 l' o hl ('It *nPitill'- ll of th'rlo
iuIiltl i't Illiiu'; of Inol:- C(',hit I, igninal Ni tiontlicote. who hlas ligltgiveras, ilid, an i previously I-
'-.s Iillni u1:111 i'il 111I,1 .l -,i 11i ftirviu nerv\lte nId itn ery little 'rlIthe' export It liblefore m' i o en)ll whi-
I of II slic siglidil. r" at hioliie, had hard wi'rk l o gv'e coiu- ilowu, n. olle w'ollid hohl ithilitern. It
I iil_'o t tIi' ri. gnllrti nI tl d anil to sit lls linro e properly'. wit it l Ioig loierol te ll-slgiiil wal s 1il-
lIully' old. tiiutl llly [Th rpeglluient will luneti oi-erlatillng 1to tc'td,; atlloiler lightgtlverI front out o.,
t. id y.olu. bring li up to even uilltla stnillnrds." II" I It Roy I,:in l3'.tr in- 'litle pa e ilropied rolin Betty's lIIg'- itrallug lieyrid thietillon Il l the Il-
:l -i'i i;li. rl l g is IrS. ''31[lalntan.l ; lii'v r t ni n t a1tu d st sect h litid signliled id lih d beet u f ill
IklIsl, Itt, i. illlnllliit ,rtI l rvl'\'ht'; couldn't sit oi0 blt hi orse." rt'er't.
Il it wot:ldui 't le 1 lilt I il lten IsetOy gaipedl. ler tliougllghlt Thie intl'tlof lteso lg thials or flsh-
I, it I{ov i .is on1ilt n ii'tune to k another a nigrR talhli thl i llt snit IIIs Is I iit well lildlcr~tlld, Irtt In
hIig it i PI l h lt it I t h nl Atit i'lea n Joinl'iial. I told t vai' ty. coil', ais l i lt'iow er liry ian t Ie-
uln I.'t Inir ld. to g nI Ihow olle Ci tiain Roy aI.nyard ad re- ltllni a ell. 'tll' er over fonrt lelrll-
l' 11lis ug fit i. 11'i. W\.i.t- iel r itd tilu Coi ugi'sslon l il niedal of hotn. llffs'rel t speeiscl of I.ltuntlli'lri wilsel
I3' Il Ivt \i-lii IIt'i.v o for personal rgnllnlltry In the snavlilg llos ) i't IIt lInIlungliIgo of llght. founidl
(i"I jui- o ilt nri lthti I i i f 11t li 111 of II o n i utl l td r fttle e tll e inSo otlhrtrn Sttes o. ntill lie Itslnitle
iit1 ctn I 1 i'. Hlel itlll'l I le 111 I e Phllilipplllne ile litli. 8 of uibnI JiIsu1ilii' t oilll a It t11io l nhii lgui,
Hnretl I I lliii til; llnilt: ,lirtty knew flint Ingitgt at the hall It pet-lhilly e bli Intler, In nill hehir lieal
g;i\ it I t1 111lln i I1 I lhe hlotl1 hliat (oloi'l url n lun ld So lnli- lt'. Sotiue itipplriri to glvi'o i ilt 'it litt' ui
It ll r 1h iC' IslitL lit" ,O i \.I' is setklli hlier out, hilt slit' lightly; In othier-, It is ntful, ill tplina s e if
ill's il nir r-'.y Ni'. n\loll il i IIII. C opllltslltn o LLanyiard cfliehinge .ielit obner'ive. In these n
I n llht It' r filllht:, i- 1 l l etI lil"'r iliil slie tisII d on liini, anI, "e't Irit l i hllit Is tllutui d hi IlI Ita lsi
L, \lolmir'i.:lli lr l r 1. 1i iIlC t- %\.iH w i It look in lier eyes that l iniitdc u'gnlt .iu'lK t 1, l ilt It Is s11 i)llow 'rful 11;1i
i io l i ly ii' hIl' .lniml i lie 3oInii .ohlledir's h'nrt leap. "'WojI wli.i It Is ''tlnirr dtl oil" in "*'filll lp es.
iniits :.11 i' ,. 1 hl. Is II 3.011 g' f)r ul' i w lk tw ilh ln e?'" lie s ]. at'il'e." t lh oi111o l i'net a plitl nll-.s to li
i:l l ii :1 i Iii iii l s"Ye s." uslio l aiiK Wiered of tly. lhlu lined, it ln dzi of lightly. Thetl i gli h
tlli, ill uIII:ilr.iiil IIlt \r As ht ly l ii ,Fse down the hotel HtoIlp illfier Int color. itO t ltliliCe 1t I 8 it
Ii 1 i w. itlil ,ii.. I'lroll ili, i' tnouo lig t fell full 1po nl tlei. il l id g l ln i of lti. rno'iio inhet lying. billt
\:14 i <.oliil ll'lt:i lii of i ,11. vy r Coli' who wni slnidlgnp on lit. nnfl r i rlihtrin lighl t It I lippl iir Io lie
r:iItxgi hi rllt y olitn-.o \u('rini, sinled I, n bd living a bit of a s yllonw. Tits is iaot tcoiitant, linl t i-
-ytiillt:Oi' ir o ltver T.'" \g. he tunrnl ieto tn friend who hail ter ittielt cnt ile ti i ilsh of a llghl-
'.1'. ".a 11l ii- l i i 1. :11 ll lin Wnlllhilng the coin-it'e of events for hiouts. In orle knowIi isn I 'IholnlR
iillI.y, fii. il],. ,welli. ii lO ill i ptFt antd snai: v ermlolor the lllit Is a rirlinatllrkr ihl
Jill i.o lintvrly li o ".\ltns, ioor Yorilekrslre!" Edwartu hillklttilon of solni lelKhthouser.
It Cfiirk. lit ('lile go llC.ordl-Ierntil. It iipl)'lrrt i it an mlunte il,ot. liitlrreill
oliV il l.Iowl:nlid .li lI, Ing g rnl lnllly In toli u lle u ilt Ith nlII Iy,
, n't e-'.it's. *I. '1 l''' At tte Gnn Co neior. nlitll It butilrn fotl I In till Its M11 ih)O 'r
.w ll I ii : ,m il-' .A K "'ly ookllig cuBlklner, will ar to grlidil nlly filte n w y it it dlrllllti)rIt .
SIir h. ly' onihl i Ul p .\ uiiistaiehe. l a eild West benr iueilng nitlrely iuntlir tlie tconlrol of fle
tollrt fri). I 'or't Slii'r- oI' Ihiet' Iny3 growt-h tlnd mit Idl I n r Ins t'l. This 11lgn1 I gh i rlrlliiiI gI''rii,
i lihii '. iild ii n:l' '' I'Trt i itry look In Ils oy, rwns bulylnRg tliat It r eoii\'vt.'N ss ni foln lillig Is
it. ll.n il-ir wis v(cr'.v .I I SU -'.l ttl I ln i nlp-itwn tirea riut woll shown hly (eIierieatilkfils in Wihli
I t In 11 14 lItilly ill' 4 l4iti'. tli in lgh was reslponditil 1Io l)y t loin'h.
I11. b1.-iy 11 3 FII t' -l "''lihlot o ea I $4.75." ild thPe Clerk Indllvltlu l. It nillght It le a liiilt thliaiI
itl li\\ i li, c sill \iisli "s i ii' I 11ls in go d Kli for tlie ulionly." he ll fts nl 't poessesisd liy ilie i ai il
it i tild riil u I i'. i i' iit yoti t (Oii dois t n i ltih or ilolie, titl such lit not 11ts c'lltpI. lollli
U-ilt'.'h, r (itlllt-i' .-4 ilnis ii' il<'lu tlih hlit. er, looltlug ul Bt'x xte having thtc'i. In site itle I lRg l-
Id .o -Ii lfi Ok .: Ili iinlor Ii li hiil.ggy c oelirio R an ri stj cu lltlng orl'lns re ni'gntr I i lithe11 iha
It lih I i,:I i11 -ii lr (11 ei' e. ILl ni iivli '5htve I tlhe nega thIlm In tlh ftre iin le. '1'Thui li the ilone
li-s, lio lhald the Ii'slrce, tlirilsI llihe gul kiow autot n. u is otlnit tlin Illlt nlappliarr
wni i.ct~s'llPll'iit ii looa. ily hto i liiu hsH I'oUsirl iOckcl, got e o i covsr all Ihe lower r it-t iirul HI'r-
Il'-. i',ilniti't Ihnd l t u 11 1ily' of ii'lrtr lilgts iti] \eCIit oiul. tiii ll, froni tho r ounrli to IfiIt I Int'lii-
lliil. iitii oI IhC:.ii i' ii ai '1 ilonll't cilre tlint lie Idoes ws'ih thini sihe. In Ilic oue kuowtn as l.;illltltpi'
ul ,lii t shi o tis ih llh tzIuu." cil(-i'lhil'lh rncm ui'el lit' clerk the lgl t In tlie ft'a i tnle iip]s'ii'rs to lie
tin-v I"lntli'. Tl it's- "'lut I Ituow very well o litn has no In Atendy, wiahile lu tlieo inle It vnrlails e.
io ri aninti after tlif tiutiilnii of al.clldl. 1i, weoutldn't hlvt nmid ut its full developnIctlt a splndld
:i Inir-t. I\tio Cgui-slx .illd n'il JI't illai aaliol ilet II rlu*. If h< lrillln llf t green light.
itm'l isi tltid toltl lit' mitl I. Is stiys Ie liulsirli4 on Ii' low 'flitI' lal'u'r lir Imperfect forl'l of souiuni
lIe i'rgi iImloniti fil tr3; ihl c'e Is tough looklng, bult the li's1 of lihose Intcets i rcnisrlallio for Ila
of Iil i linil. "All io icnn iffuoi'dl. auniil lie inntt tlIe gaun g ti Illits, oie hnavlng tlhrc--o1e lilauOi thi
of ii- luifoinliiiis. lir.lect lluhnslClr. t'ni qs lt1t sure, any lianli, onI' at the I Ill. nitl tlui Ilhrd at
I-linlit'll In a irl-ii'l It I'ny. Iliirc's io ilt's of sulchle tltistn lli IIh lIuebu of tIe lipail nnd ti Poihoir'nx--'o
rvice. ntiit 'otiiL : niiil lihrouigh l ti htndt, "olks of thit sod" tlint from niy position I lis Ilttle crn-
nt." ir:i'e efisy t. Ipck out. They liuve nan ture could exllldlt Its slRiuril, Tlitir Is
S [v,' an Fllini>i. ".'\I rligr'r. tx.lled iniituin"r tliat giv'es them also a dlfferonre i I eio tiniu of cx-
tat] it h,'ul'i'h. "iwny. nnl tlic uey tite tilsl" women. ponure, suggesluliig thlia Iihllornphl
'lnioion lti.i ty li'l liht ti o. I ir'eflNt10 to iell n gtnu Io oine only whirl Iluliacs It slniBlaiH. An olise\nt el'
Ilie Il)xi'cr (titCIilIy ilitc tllhcr dl)'. Oh. ther<:'R not so80 vory ioulted tlihe UAshet of LucloiP ntld
t lllihI.rt'd a ihlls, ;'i1 imiysi oC tliehln, bIt It's dt'nd enoy tic found thnt tIIere were Ihlrty-slx a tiiii.
ii> two ti't-I I-i liih fithr kho ti f lieti vhii one itls hnd a Illti' tile, ench thish Iteii lng about ontu-fui'lhi
of" tie iuiiitiig.-'its tW! lti')rhl(iite."-Neiw York Ipreas, of it 5ctorOld.
r'. ('olostel li'gliiih il' The lisect collectorsi' of V'orn Cruz iu-

hiil tiln. It fairly Inronai or lhe Fea. derstaild so well Ilnt tho Illghts f e
rnicv 1 id inilllltil'l!ii. ''he ft-iens orf lie lIurotlis of the _n Hianlnligs that they eLnploy light to cnLp-
hli' weas I s.ioii-pir.-' upoIln ili irltish Is.les wilch i ire re.- lure fihe b(eiles. A hbuininig -coal In
Ipghlit r-iiniglh blcinirn.' etlld lu Itevue Ht' lilltlnrite, ar of iin fIatlelit.ti lo lthe end of at lholg hillcl.
nri'sat iind lil s h< lilie< teret to ill i.(iisl-dwPiellr.s. twOn -which l lhey wave io anid fro, in is silhort
Itllille noid DI)e the winlls of a calisth,' lhe attracting tihe fire 11les, which rlre
i''lk Colni I lt1il't:!thl lint otnly tfity yeair nago stood 8W00 asnlly eniaght lun a nd not. The lairg.
Itty- l litii's sh:iliow. a3'iids ftroml I toe en anret nlow wa i est of tlese llglitgl-'era Is 1'yrophorurs.
n.'in rdl Innlc I111 1O l ion y it' he wives. Neiir aI.nd'sl Ind anti those olinercved by thle wrlltr ermlt
Belly gave iiIn II o while region of "'27 sHq-ilrre iils lite tedl a wonderful greeu light, so vivihl
St lll't're words dtlrinll dii.sii>'itar'ldl with li uorei lin a hliln ell that lby hol:iing It cloh to printed Iint-i
lowns\ nuil villages. S1nin'e thli tLni, of lor lie Intler could be rend. The ig-
ono' of I't-lr Stli1t' Itl\'inr d I. tli alr'i o1' the Itil-hy'i of nitilm or lklfhts are yellow iputs just
iwlhin thli erf's one of CorlnwIall Imn l et'n reduc-ed Iy Cl 1.Iltt)h lallck of" ipie eysc, while nnotlher llght
t.u it i i dtlnrwl rand lircetaar. At 'eclhsl., HstawP, 1 hiia nloiw W gletniUs frl(in thel flirt ntl)doniln)al seg-
-" .sigllhd poor (n'lililn t s-t ainehur niaonhg in Ilie thit It .ili'd ient. IEven their eggs of thils insect anre
"'ihe lnrl."' llislotry Itels in tlntlhr Ir nilnoui, euiltllng a lhulbh light. 'hant
li wr;iS oI wihi-ore dl'ep water now is, thert, w'nH th light Iihn a detlnlte rieuulng Its a
it liat It'tlly [i:l\-lill:; rIolrnl.i'iy pnrk for de'er At RBIxhlll- plgn language of natillre l shown fby
lionirv nIiitl. 11i'it 'Ili" ili-Sva ';i t itimergedi foret r int vlillile lt Illr itlmoNt universal presence among a
ry. iltv iit.' ,i'il .i I" t l. Iui irfolk nild ol Y'ij lilr!' I lltrrge number of anlnuilnl which caullot
Itf r.'iuii'lllt cii.. ain1d many town hi: l:v o beot'n overwlelnt'id ialltrr sound. A certain centlIlelde,
Il1: "I itit Iht. roM'.tl ii Ii illlparlltl\.'vl. ree'r'net ilunes. I'oiur often caught by the writer, hasI a llghl
)riclshetlii' Il igt'i i." lliildrl li.i' t t hois w'r' ,irlpe d Inwll iV n i at its hend and one at the fall whieli
n lugleh y-tir at liuinwlih. Ii 131:19 gh ainu like emeralds. The liiseet is al-
, Il .i Io4 If, \whlint lisI r i iu l Itlpiiislirghl, lint sli '' 15,.1 ll3ii'trt hnfi- lbrillliat Is the light emitted by several
onlouirl litokitkd shlitiu1 tll rgh is. Ii, iitre. Tli1 Ihllrty-ilire1' 4 that the writer would allnlost think
girl wn;is hialf : lianin"d y.ers from 1.847 0i to 110 were marked that the graSs where they lie was afire,
h.lie wenit to a Ilwi(nr y i reldutli'llon oif rIPe lirli orf ;repit i Among tlte crabs lights are very com-
took oltiwln a lirit i Britain from !tl.(i50 .2C tIo .tif,782.0. :1I mon. In some the light pervades tle
fro'm thle Flicif amld nl' eW. In a Illird of ii.eetitnry tihe loss entire body; again. It is confined to the
Yorickshire Rginetii'nl. hla.I been 182,207 n-rrer. eyes or the legs or a certain segment.
rIght. ianl tlhe na'ln The little Cyclops and Idotes are io-
ol.'3 .se tiowiu iqs the MIals.iraltn In eslrelea. stances. In another the yeUow green
Ezerels 'l which i wenll within fle light Is in the eye, the a !zmal seeing
e ,petly was vre'r cot. powerss of thie (odly i nnlallry for nal and lgnallng with these organs. One
'. She iird thIe coi- nd lprolilav nt ei ary for Oitolne, biut of the starfshb i a blase of light, litir-
nanll o itt Hl't luer warn. exercise by which Ilvse- power are ally & Sery star; not constant, but
some ilftds of ilnrltg overslrained is too often not only the steady from ona portion to the othet,
but the coloUPl ws precUrior .but quite uinmnitakably lth seemingly at w i until the o active
on the lsubjet oj fi r1id sane of serious Illness or of loblly or animal blase 9s a n Istair t ofae.
ty put it Iown to a mental allure. "Why." inqulrel 1al- Peerang down lpto tiii mi, thas obserer
4 leee when ;t cnme to adln. "should the weak display his lIn sometimes b ieomta i Wtth to fl .1
oj p nIers on the tirld terlorlty fi the pretuce of the atro ?"' sid of aTioWn aOlabe,. r iter
ti1:: nl hlaF I'lk 1d The qihl tlon isap pell rwent !p was losting, n b .,
t v itn s. e %vqt, as it wa Is inila ,on wtilte it was e iht ltai
a r m < n



a ten-el I p.cce direetly ben
Wliiliy II Iicrloseud In asIe
eliu illt A Short liune nA
iluiner phlte, whenit t icni
inomlett or two i striking
grinidually (dlinluj hilR to
udlltl8lsonlSii 'it 1Ioo itrai
to thLe surface, where It spt
1li)i nlilout i i li 11111S 11O
lighl so lleiiNseo tliiit It r
couil or lire, Ithrowhing of
es citnie. or ]ilumUli s lnint
formed n irarli several Ilu
It,. oon niplulirnnlly tiiiinc'l
wilitih I'rs t'd 11. 'thl wit
IrllGsly dark liitl dIuth'd
ligihlts Whhiv i iiilp ii'ri In
eclitl uilir Jsl tlit 4 il l rfia'iCt
Thla IIs llg light w uits ii
nlloiu tt hiivlsllle 1i thlie iniik
wornm ir inoteid for itI
liglts, III stillet IIItl light
gultA. ai Itlet. ftcl, a-nd toe
liltv- ItIlit s fs r ffertenit olo
tl'Ilihshe-s t!hu two lights lil
olli .grt'eet, tlol oltotr yellow'
(heilei strnilign 1)ei'irlls dto
spoccnl iutinidnlliig ori sgiilitie
Ifei ofL Ihcae crentuires It Is
Neourtyv ll the ilirl'uo n
nort'; or I-.s phIosp.ho, shi'eceonit
haiind til.iouglh thlit wa.iter a
ii btlilioZ of lig t Iapp) iL'r.
a nist o.i' light ali far als
see, rilnd til e writer hits wi
saniid .14 killed w tllh lilifi
(0vory. ful!osteop eIft ai "ii'y
tirlcrlliil, ; tlo si d a. 'nrouil
such *l la bl;'e of pllhospiliori
print c(ilhld 1illtmst Ibe reld 1
Ti' jelHvlytilies flllk-si niyrl
lllhit tol Iltir rcoiilirct hr s In (Il
tio tlio I !i llpno it' I 'red, blutl
i.ints lbl:i'o their- wiiy iIHalmg
lArgc I'yroi)4onia!s is verita
of light, each tittliOer of
nui nlit y ti !ilrilbiliiig n gilo i
ccltratiolii of which prod!l
(tb0 unozsi rcinxarkn lle display
In the- liii, n kl iigldol"; n
peonetrnteoF far through tithe
ol' Ili, ali ii n, lirlll'eillln Id w
knowliivn l'liinalitig.- Now Yori'

e'o'ilittl r ()iu I isrtliln of Ituaid
ImlI Iltrlo s i l :: Kill.
Inl New Yi'irlk hllIre nar nl
pleophi \n Io 1t rn 1 heir reiml
lby toellhin Hlorh~il, i'. Tllv I
J. t i' Rh (a itIls ot In lirt tl 'l iiili
wllr l't i lioy lire liOWl iit ii
"r J .i', it 1-. i<' l lr' ielrvi
ivIn t 13 t l i t t itlift lIi aet ilit
'111ii t li' f1 1 11 nt tiliti, 11111i
io ll11y In feiltl ovt hilo l In ti
ti eli' I h ti il I IS11111 ns IIIy
t i' Illl iilijr t 'lltli i3 l h 'lli

1 UKl iilh uf 1 ilHll o -nIlvhll iih
ltilhrk i 1 il '.ii' ll, t' i l gil IlIftl

int flit ii'itsli I 'iilf d 1is til

tIki' hle liuii t l 'ii.i e ts ifor
r whih Villl'k-'

It r 1114. nw 'ri11toiIh lng. llll
0ltl l ll 'Il i ittt'1u 11t ilitM 1 1 1111t
tlhrit .fi'ols In t h iirni' t r. liri
II'-iil tllor'y. 1inmgr n uot. I
ri.miillst> velrsli niII put Ihi' n
to milt Ili parliilietliir ureiltl
lie prl', 'iiti lillnsrlf. Duni
.rV r, I not oill0 s of liltm c Iill
IIInlrlg n illlhhrew siiinrriitg

fuel, liiTl 'p c l 'lit tlls p l \iem I
1\11 IIf ill' r oil I lHi i -11 l11ll11

'ili ft's -iisil o lt l b l is t 'd Isy ollit
oir i r'lI ruolii to em ilter litl
InIll II 1.
Iln Ini vorllr li.rlutll uellil 1
lier, ie iils ior violin. Italiig
u:i ll isi.t' Ile will play on 11 ll
ins triei onti lIlir wfird ohlt I
iidtles liolfohi I l ily hi m'corr
1 II41 nic 'llitl lr v .l i h ll oll
ihlilI rey rll.liey llnd IollIt
fr icll etr oh nl i )lo nilt a fi'r w
Il I r lyi.vliigLs In'lll cr''il
ilillr ul' kt e ri fin lilt. aln
livs u Is lilm fort'le, n id1
l' iI''r Il.fst ai i'edl Io with o ite
i.r- t -l .V .tlh i ---l-l- lll>(I I
slory In'l gellts Ir uwnally o
'line ietalre -hl I hIe tradlllot
flr littitnn',. wlio wedded iit
Liil rhleH iiud Ilvl'd hi pllnt'Ce
ilnltS tliherenfter, ddin g ill
Ihime 8unio nlit lfckitIuce to
Ilnurlrll ;ouplh idtlhin blefol
no Ikeep In tOilcl witlhI thr
Ilti ittf his Ilst inh r ', t,
'htien Illls. ied lllan the.
wandelrling <,iterln, lner i'ro i.lround hlin hr, whlhl' fUo
weihitly wtllh 1IP? plnnle, r
hilene injumlred lnlo It, evrry
ionin contrJibuting somelhh
(he collection the In hnriiill
vtinlrlily bp naked to hel alln
or nhig ii ioug. nud art ilt col
Is sii'er of an Invltlaion (n N|
wecddling fe/it. f'llowlhig
1i. will give l farewell s
wvilli lipe nltaei hls'leave nin
li* s(Inme other houle In lllo
lIood where hI IlloWs n fes
Illh iinture I ha lprogrbss.-
Thli 1.

The olal Clrons e llan
I:verry onet who rve r mwi
rlisrnH Ius.iir nl lu i ler i ithe lout
\vll i iIh. high i lk hlit an il 11i
sniln who wnas forever dunl
thIei rlrcutii groutiils In n top-I
Ctillirr's Weekly. lie below
lypie 'low niantiont extlutn. ti
lisHn pnlnued nwity In tlhis l
cl*illilt. Il' was lnlt a wanln
linprnarilo or a tlheltrlcal
IS, wiar a "ehowmnl," nurd
was tho "mhow businesss"
half the year hie followed
jflit. Very iuornlig lhe
l'enilc of dlay, nhrnensed lil
hall ite tnle tl ichesl, lihe
andi saw ibuL the horie4 we
anil the efles cleaned for tl
sut'et parade. lucldel'ntall,
lilly had a wrangle with
over the prlce lie wra to pa)
erise, andil quelled several
twven the town totgha na
tmIttdin. lie know their qI
tlher love affairs, and lhIt w
ilty mixed up In all of t l
except the grand opert ald
is no class so difflcnlt to ha
ce people. They lead a I
own apart from lihe rest of
and It In a Illf ever full of
citement, drnmatIc lnelden
human interest.

A Frea'h paper publlbhe
ternttilg statlstlcs as to the
ftrelgners in Prance. '"t lI
tfiri arae 480.7t0 -..Belgiae
It iUf,. ,STO iai,
.?B asi 1.ttu1ritn a
.Iii o~ilRla^ ll^SI.^'

le11l. .(iloa-
liiHtt It bw-
lari'ge a n l
ftluitul for it
oltJeir, t. tli
thlie orlflilil
tliO 1)lll l
on begfoll to
eorse, (the
tismnbled d
ter wbiclt
lies behind
hIg of lihl's,
rlr wis llu-
iIgli nilseso
\rllh Ilis0
lie cli:i llii

lilte t rii' l .
d eye. The
ilr mt1 i'iitigt'
'unittiig or-.
eitl wormsi
irs. One of
(ili its liindi
V aiund lint

1tne In tihe
il dllI'ult to

ultin ls arii'
Wave thle
t inlght ilnd
Thei? surf is
tile oy0e -cnl
tnessed tIlh
noslty hitht
iu print, or
It arouseod
s nci that
by It,.
laid, I.rpays of
le' sea. 'Thel
nd yellow
, while (hn
Ilce column
Sthe coni-
mi theio oli-
cs o0110 of
y3's of light
sigilil that
blue depths
i1h Its IA i.
'Til ,ll .



A C'onvenienes F Wrr wrtlllins nllytlerlnl

A very piensilling piei'et of fiirnlliire I
Illn nladju lilbhl tiltl int' l girs'n n-a l
'i'lilf gre'n r su h Is li iD t rly fi'lthllig an

President Roosevelt's :-

': Summe'r Ijome,

HINN 111the 'uPre-i n 11 i' i '.i1.
to Ills Alilllltl' r Il, ilt i
Oymlv lr i l i, 1. l. I i 11..
I tOwlapeOll li grutl'l t i t
flith rlllUhlOlash' (I ,n
inonly. Tlo yoiiuI'r Ili I
(lriel, W ith fillrlr (11i hol' l(l r % ,Il.;.
went to 4lyste,r fil.V a'elny e l wel4 |be'-
f'i'r ti I '1.'ii'Hlili nit' it arrival. Tl'o ln.
lr'ovell -ill a fit SlIgnsIni r. H ill, nII s tll
Itoosevell 'inh iIs eitifhl, ii is t.e"
w;* It ot l tilvt'tfib l iii frti 4 ill r iir-in
tlul'll Kinndllip n s t, bl lt m nerely lr'lit"e<
to extonld lihe ciapi'ly ol' (lite quit l'rs
'fTr glietaS Iind scrvlintl, he dli1t tlhe
hospitatlltyV (if (I' linoosevolt liiole flmly
Ie eVn l ironlder thn tl lef'oi. 'Th "
I'resi.diit l' <.tstinle conli rll s h 1nlu't'.
l'Vetli 11rer', o'o whi 11 All i l (Ialln iltli '
ftare linvlly wioolded,. A ve etahlle
lden occup'tr i 'i two i)i'lt'ec., 11 l tifltieell
anIres n pl vei' l if to hw111. ''Tei h tii-(
is n iiru blnllg framn e SI IllI(lllir ,. \v liI
lunimeue i'roolis nud a grtil irlio.
tihe lhlnrnry tI one of thle fi'lnaures it' 1f

\V illit i ill I lie li lrt n>h'i
\ ihu IiI li l title shnil .
'"Now I'll lick yu, Wilhe,"
11 is ailini's inllot heu iS d.
"Why, what'H tHi .ainlnttrl,I
"Your hbuhn nd sain iiia'nin,
11t reinllluds hiti too 1nui'h of
F n-. 4I m"

W idow;
Blridget "
iny cook-

"I 'hear thait Jonits .lH ai 'flid for col.:"'.
electing aiililest'e." "Ves., he tries toq,
colleet old blll tlait .-lpeolif owe htiln,."-
I iluinlore lJerald- "i
8he-' ei 'can't biar to' tar t.- glrll"
gol aheliald of him." lier- "'ThInl why
linan'tl h stop rllnminilg after them?"-
IIni-varId I.i Ilipooii.
"Ill's tiltlier very richl ir very pooe."
"roiw do you knoow?" "lie always
..... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Cr I ...... .... .I.t.ll.t@ t halu

Irnnlll till v. ,- iii i 111 11 i i. 11 t W 1111 s i I mII. Et l ad -IY to s i ir -
dtle. ilttutey." -t'lhihngti .ost
h1liit Ia I Ire flhe hoit)el ptltron salt--
Atndu ie wa ih, iiituuled- i.
t It | il l .1 1 l ,"ttl N" onxior vur will h ,e a m
live I if n Ihoi les the w\itier' ec."-.I .
igll l e. oi low inii ni ntholie tnd tanrul nd h er sr.
\iiuslrshnlks ,, \\\ \\\,\,,;,,iii,\ii,\ I)orolhy-"lil 3.n n' o r tio re ulie It well
I- uit esle, t u..llnutcted Lhilly-" 'Tolli, lSciy, He
regwot ctit'cles to t Mi' l id \o < % 1hil 'old t nationaliU ( t thrupilt'e ur rty Ot
'\n1 1\\t,\\ Ii\I Isi[ iI hrltlve wouldn't miotlct 1lm."--
1tigtli,1 tk sidge.

-N.,V I'fiReNe luxuriously fitted up apartments
ehlllfy. lioe AlT' ( YS I'FI I ., I.. %, i os cllar?" Wardeu--'"Yoe tim e. a I,
ir ll wiy i s of w rk ..s n ......ry hs e e.... ..ct h .i y wee u irlvely ttr our Wealltl
er 'a n tlli a of i ouis It Il 11e1 I hi'ti ll H IIt I sit i' rl l nd fli i om h I llst h g iius "They t ut lllo y your brother W ill ae
I 'O11'. (n)Ld o\t rl' iliht n ll illltl tlh' i ll llitl' mNI l n. .-s I ,, :ii n hirl rprlll g Invlli' ii l al tot ti l title tnilo rdy b I d." u h, n ; that
1ii to i -lody ni il 11111imit i lt I' l' Ilhi l hll I Illlle 1 II, I l I is 1r |ii tt I lii i o 1111 s ( :lltitts lonallty ruo lle d: '"Pul mar
ly ll't w ilcit t cir'ni, 'lunlit-t lon whi i asI. Nii l i n, iiiill I l' ll crew out oan ti fct tlat bn ut I
tilt liho w- po r i lah l tu lsr, lalt tIhl li t .il I wt tig Isitn .- ho igho t l no un n otll tm iin Gel ln go but
F4111111 [(I ill Jill' rivii-is viiin rur AtifloomilillintR. lon't kuow what lhey were before
lil-SI 19 01' Will I( Ii'M ll 1114 hi ll l h llilit i l Iiir Aillvt llllllll l lv il IleY wtrh Illnrrleeed."--LIttl o hlelllleule
S li ll ell i t('111 tI Ol li i I(t1 II t I s ll' li m- r i~'lly illl i Ii l.l.rll s l llllll l it g l T y f y your brother W il ha
lx ItIu ilJl I lIs Itu li lhultttll h t i' sihiiull Ii` i 11' !4i t l i, 1 .it, t it'i' lumiII IIIlv lllOr huilt I olled it mrleld o club." rO'O- no; thi t'l

I, f iuet litr tilt, 'ilto I l uoii I i 111i Iln lr wl ii "hI li mMothelr--"Doe that you ll ady yOh a
Iniill. OIl dllltl'l ('llli'l nll' lil' g-" wIll] hiu 't li Intend to mu rry know anything abi r t.
' wrthl'o la, tloiil t'tl. lirioouektioulng?" flol -'Not a thliallJ
Ir Hi, li aide In'h n ii n i i t'i c'biir hliy t it' ''.Snr bou '11 hp tile hnPiilet i no nllve. I doetl
Ili le gsiH I (ti l'ii ll I liien11 111111 I'rl-'sl h .liltn liLellnvi- nh-e'll clanu IIOUe once In ten
flpol lH lit Iln otilllt' y Hintl Itl, li lH111thi "nui y onr."--Now York t W ore ly.
nl.y bl ioP l tind iiuu- t lin rluhii otitt of I s it ., It ir th \ or o Iewere mairrled you
;t n .l-wI Nh k Il nllts d 1t liiEi I.'i n nIt ip ll'tl i.. v .Iltllided thhIt you Ilke.l to Ilive me
Il n rtlc' lnr u 's ir uig lsi, i tp fl4 int ( r I .l'.ii' i1 rll s oi your kinee."t e Iuband--"Well,
rellgln idbsi u tl, i sl. Irsn 1 ihr. tr'ly. stt I a l n 'll ,i yoi l were' n pretty lood pretendla
lllnL. t Ii stost. ii.s a lly. yn re lf-. Yon I ro teuded thiat yon pna id
e ''e tn Io r. '.ll.( lowri InI.h i)l'l il. r lhu f.l. worried to sit ore A chnl r."-- Ohe lsgt o
cor iimll tll o e i h ki of t I'htl,- l ll tI ti lll. I s a i ol iu llll I S N'ic W .
itr Iil lan tlt' IIIul u tll sl' e IIIh t V I Io 't'llh tr lir -iId Of 'inl' lli*cfllil toiu 'or to t t t Ita, me
itd Uin l io ie o llf I l iot inl-'111111r11l i I.l, lu I n I l t i i' se lfmnde tuma said th
'ry u (,lllii, nnlt d IllO'i n'hiioiHt. It INH i Nl.,.ly Iltlhl. proudly Indlvldun l. "Well. yot oare a
istt inllluor- Illnt e, illlltr ll'ds \NIt it l s ,I i N.Ifi llm.i 40 h'' rlighl t hiexcept trs to ymlr head," cott
iren'i'al In-i. JI thie bl ul ott It sin 'rol i,.llintltI iI. ieileritd tl o other r t nrt of the eonorf*eva
ltll 'Tli, etiihur titli liloni.i Ii n I otliiitritil fholi.I. IloI. oll w'' that i'Thie part i
if t ell rlilry Thr nholier I v t iluii'f l twi tv kiw t hii t lk I wi thi Is 01 t of't proportions to th
111l -t1111 114'. holli lhtil ,i h). theiy knew 11to whiff, WH'l l lInrt you thlnk wlth/ "-o an Francl nI O
iidel" (irlfi- gltlK ig I o liiioll i ipp to Oy3'lfisr liy'. I INa1 41n)i. ..
nl"d lifnr i- lllrll Ilt nIliii U v (li ('lt),,n|e w nlim... IP, I ., pointed Praign opi. '!
thie ail tin Volt liiraiiu (lovirlllor,t i fit lie iviN ii Nece lty keepe a man rom u t tiUn
Ihe newly lmontt wllli n tlls i hVIhII1, Il)IIuui alit~.f Iii-lty.
P hinw. aill Dynter llky nt lile to, I I( i oliltl, 'llln Ihe who never eaksi his opportunlt
yltipaihlll l.c 'litp town Jits giiiu-tv wionfl.l'ftlill I ICh'A Vlt illF AUl'O it lLIirll. nilll never flld It.
lih lal t in t -wo uvil'. VI"l'i liivlolti------- .. .....--...- l1i ordqr to bo sure you are right yoe .
i Mory IIthe lloclkH iof Itrl.l- iavr iii, ll ,)' nii l ,I 11111(, ic l il 111u Il illl'ect iil"n Wolle wlIi11h inust go ahead and dln4 ot.
erl n o (Il 1 4 I In 'I111111111 f'li' h liid ii itlrilt ( ird r ol' i r li'n s,1 i Iii 11 lip l ic' ismi li foro f co ll Mir t- I en love to bear of their pow s buh t
iI l lif-omlnr.s l [d ll 1,' hJllowsH e Ivn t iniw fli ll, wllli ti n' nfll, 1111. ll i hllr i'liiil ll l iilt' iruteeftnlo llsllko to be remllhdBd b1 thlr teilr t .'
ile'kelr ii s Iliree Illinls tlo tii In reil, % itit It i i it luim Ihti fil,,, ifisi d xiimi Is i l' lw' ohsit Of ttiI In after years It makes l & mll'a;- '
oiit In tiso tit hi fro t, 'roittil t 1 ,iiilu'iry' Ii i riliiel tl o Mid when he thInks how freb 2 be..
ig. Aftll 'lr T hn Iliero Is tli l) uillit g twhill f r I i' I r fildr i I'u' i inl fi 1 i hlii( itlli 1 I oIsi l.a toO' e.
lk w i- l Wheni a woman nudges yo Wit n
hltr i ., APh "Iow it Is equIvalent to sayln L. '
il.llo o you so,"

he nretl 'i .'." u.l",e "'sts "r 'h' "l.
' .e .. .U there. to "nothing dOll9 .W "
now.n st.' .. .,eianees ar e that e's fond tof

rin ..... .. ,,tre ,..s., ,,,. .:... ,h y ae
Sprnn 'd o w p td o-l- --- ', nothingn.
rle ,lr d .. lb Ssiknme people e wase all their
Kof NheYoIi
.he-v Ym N ork c t lly on others istead ofI reti a T
3i, w York t." '" CPTO' 'll UN I ,Ifewdolei for their o. r)R Iown ,ll:lan

.it m yi'rlln ,,r riuolion I i llc Abogt..e Nels i. ,
It is rather. curious to know JUt lt i
li llnnonl ilru n cush pressure an egg will stan. '
i' a u to ronollowing tests, given In s l,
iguag. m nyU ournal, n ay surprise read In i.
Iggs ts oa ot o lordisnary le lls' eggs were Loup 4'
lit film tllle to i lvl w h ry ltndr atierl r .
lily orl p a o all rulmilo of bvtweei 400.

arigei" '- O1 n l u h- 'la thi tests were iatpestlled wIer-
IlnlIomie --I' to i t welt' eggs thqy lelde
Fsr tnea rly msires of bhlI rtyW0-1 wo' d to stxlWl
tthuin whiite )I1T49l n ls ivesr Iquarte Inch. eThe
was up at suhlr'ed merely to crush the elg. e W
owu U0 i lnweeon forty pounds and seventjy-JWI 1,
ring innde 'ou' ooF s qp are s inch. The arsert o
rt gre inled Ihl lckne gt qof the shells was thbWi i
he mornu ,--g Ih 'i 4 .oolla nd tha Of an Ilch.--GUleiO tt
y. hie uIsu- VIRTUALi (3AlI't'CI)I 01" 711-'m UNI''Iii.14u'h'A'I'I.:,M4 'I'll, IN.i 1.1EIL al. ,,.s'
the mayor rPesldenlt Uoolievelt sla sill xcctfllfit lllI'Ihes ontr- Ihlhi (ty, ihr llluy unoer I t la,. ofool fltl- WsWaW4li.AlGs
y for the ., Aler a Irls soh mettlufes
I Is own two o lis hlt iium ill ih" e tite mfi-'I i im1 Ii the ir school work 1i Ito
vrtularrels and cpIrtua tul capital lit lIme lut! t 'l NSls'.. iu II! vt' %lilt IIe Ilic'. Tie Il i-f' ought to be -th ki i
an e of I necr or orxecutnl e offices lile I'Fr, lellot t l a IuursIN1 i Iti'0llt'lii frumi A tols oblle don't live in hermmany Inlb
ruj. it we leCUl'rd the entire lecoulld floir nuid it Is 'I'opl.i-. .- I a.tlon Is .
oerws there ow belig filled up for himi T'le ..' .. .li..illo f'fr mthe ago '
nie as here 'ro already lii ulg anI t't t-a1" w'hio Trhle sllhlslshfIl slt's. ,iW 'i carried on at the fullest.
Ile of their ought them, must Iinve I ,lu rtllor 'I'lh' rulto of sIl'lesll, p b,;lioiJ, another canhnot i.kep. 4
the world, blind.l No sky ever slhowed'n brighter. I.nlosuoli lfsihillts'y-lhe lit Bflf l 1c- Ii, girl at hen It
rarlety, sx' re noIsy blue. thanll tIlisc' lilituls. 'he flint. Sfi,'lhlttilsts tatus lilt. a-qe'-- ', .rilae a. w..
it and teal bld ng i r, Ils t'k, ,im Maitre, hintI, sIit mlutlerl, lIlf VInnl'iu rhs ti 'tu' V.tin-U "
til e lour corluera nlailof whlrh I !l T'. .I t.' s._. I -tL..

- ran whue keelts Ithe grocryg o "0 Irho brrsIhsti at ttihOaei~bhbro are not. ntis '. :. iave emlew
unamhir ol .Pillanlepulu ITlaegrah... "- inixdeelaisdalt

.; n.n elkift yes Ienri rtg P otnht menl iWhat Be wto a
14,200 Aus- rautginlans will sqon e estlat. li'eWr growers lvi -'ia qp R 'iW JaoW. osoli.'o
'00 lngtlihl, IspIl itu fl- '6l-:pt .i n eaeIt 'i'rolltiltlu to e4nd..t i.webtte e l,
:" .": OiA ....r ."fl ,'. ',h". '. .",*,41", i' g '"" -

Jniln li wiier~i my doll wja Bata40-W
The one with .inty Iono y e,
11ho..alV4q.;' im*m Lto loIIk at me --'*-"
And say, in olddl suriri;e.
"O llihast a fanny girl you ,are
\'llsh eieks all ')Pink ant r d.'
Antid ihii 1tn t:ugly hat jou wear
I.'pli y'iir cirfy hea.
"AnlI nly, whaL hilly shoep you have
Iponi your clumiy freet;
No wonder tlult you b et so tired,
When miilring on the street.
" Iho, what foolish frock. you weanr,
t ncotifortable anld tight,
]lltv v iry glad y ou oght teti el
WVhen you umilrea itt night. -
t'lWhy don't jots In' n Jtipanese,
Andll idrrs in robe like noe?
I never wi'str a1 thing Itht'l tight;
.lust look aL ine trail se
"The things I tint are ltov'ly'. too;
1o dainty iIlF Nt) nice:
There's notilung I like more than tea
. Except a bowl of rice.,
".lutiin, the place( I was born,
I. till of Rtowers, too;
I..1n% < 1 \ I hope you'll Viitl there
*,\ii 1J1,;iI,' III lik with yp)1 a."
-WVashflltol Star.

he--"l)I .)ti it rr. ill I~ il" Iny we wer
innrrli'hd?" Ill -'1 \li i lto ira'lous I
,ouhl !"-- Yriihli .4r1, S i. iir- ii .ll.

T'iE AIJl'ul Mil I I .i I
tilt otf sUttIll 'l I' ntin ... i- i .i s .t'.itii y
where e Mi t hioler pih,' it 'lil(. illn h i
.Stutii lovely, anid cooel-lotiUin tnutll.,h
.nt nriiill.y -'tIyi willow to tilh ins iiio \
Igilfigfl atdvi'tilago when pintl in ,t
roomiiin plistoril int one of. tIs lovely ivii
Ag,'e Si:ht,-r toollin t ri la tiid agitnl ed
Li ol- liti.y .in I if iil-Igray tlilikgi rot ind?
'lThis pl.irtli'u tir tthle s thli'ty, Inhlipc
In .l10i.1i Tlh ttopllA iitljUi itinble and
iiv l f t i 1 vailoe m lat ilnit'!ets 1 tb l.hos

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Th, ,TwAl SarW, One of the .most serious charges Messrs. Sheats and Hollow:y will
.,D. B. GODWIN, ever preferred against an editorcall- probably be the only ones to reach I V a, i .
Editor and Proprietor. Ing himself a white man, was pre- after that Plumi.-Citrus JCounty f S d H a -
S.., ......-- ---- ferred by the Gailesville Sti, own- chronicle. In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
SEtered April 28. IKO, at ti"inesvlle, ed and edited by H. H. McCreary, o ig "us e" Sh r Mr e
"; aFla., seecond- ongeas.of march i, ( ap at P nishme t b e -
orss o ar per. The charge was as follows: abollhed in Italy thirty-two years r Women and Children, at popular T C L
Published every Tureslny3 and Friday, An exchange a.ks the qu. t1on, and during that time crime has in- priCe ad of the best ake- TO srT-
at $100 a year In s ,lvance. Are Women Better thn. n?. creased forty-five er cent-Puta th eses.

ADVURTISIN(C, IrTts. garded as a wtitt jman, but who, I(Jnpan gets hold of the Rus- Particular attention to the Ladies -AT-
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents Commdon r oport.bia it, has negro sian bear, as how seems pro aBrTOCkPOr and ens AllAmer-w the C n
a lpane foyr eahisp ertion. blood In snh o tha r i probable, "Broandort an "gAdelEL A
a line fpr each Insertion. l od s there'll be something doing in -the ,, Bcr ,, A d AeL" I e
.pace for lisply vertiseents price It is "tough" on that certain world.--Madison Reord- ca ad WalkOver grades.
on application. Florida editor," if tlie Si man' aste. ais
S- --- "coa nim o report" is triie, but tile er. J D; M athel ,
S Brothereditors, 'belter have your reader will observe that tlie Stl, ainesville g W getting gy oR
blood exani,'ed. man says CONMMO)N report. a
l.oode Webster c lires tie word "corn- the fact that she is to have coffin h Ld L1 inepville, FI..
Why has it got to be so very t, as follows: actory. It will be running in time
S fashionable for candidates to go to ,Mean, "Vulgar." "Mean," he to accommodate many political as- lw^i Bfl 4 l, i,4 + .... ,. .
H o t S p r in g s ? p rtdg au t o d l. to at m y 'R S
Hot Springs? defines i part ts: "Destitute of piratinus.-Punta Gorda Herald. .. .. -
We will keep our readers posted hour, Ignoble, degraded, Despic- is not written Bleed i he
as to how that editors' pedigree in. 4ble;" and of "Vulgar," I he says eedeth poor
vestigation progresses. sone of the definitions ae: Lack edeth the poor, but, le
'ing I cultivation or refinemieut, Of- coiereth the poor. little
TH STAR is a Democratic paper, fensive to good taste," etc. It y ugh and a little kindness are AN
*, but the editor will never go back be that some, If not all, of these often worth more than a great deal it. There is
on the greenback party. Any terms derived from the word "corn- o oe'.-ave it. There is IS r
party with greenbacks for subscrip- mon" may be applicable to the at- and IC4 but the I: that melts the slowest is the ICE
t'ion to T STAR i. always wel- thor of the Sun's "common reort;" Florida is a splendid State for
tin toTd h STAR is alweathe uorof y the Sun's commonl re rt; those who are not afraid to work. that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is tne
c'2 .comed here. they surely are applicable to lin if y a 1
Sle ve he knows of uo Florid editor who he possibilities of her soil are ICE manufactured by the. Try
We would like very much to bt without limit, while her climate
p before our readers the progress what if these ters d ot ly cannot be improved upon any- S Ice Company,
of the lynching business in Illinois, where.--Tallahassee Capital:
but we can't do it; the lynchings the s gentleman, aud the report AINIA.
re; e too numerous; we can't report rue? Has not itor McCreary Capt. R. C. Hendry of Arcadia And which is delivered anywhere and in any quantities. J
S all; our space is limited. a ost sr ecton on passed through here Wednesday on -
Sway to Fort Myers to see afterS SOL ICI T c
Since it is more than probable .every editor inuthe State? Has he his way to Fort Myers To es afte W SOLICIT
that Holloway will be the next not done 'the member of the news- the delivery to Messrs. Towles apl s you.
U4 Suprlntedent. of Schools, paper fraternity in Florida a great Lybass of part of the $110,000 A trial order that we may convince you
,% thoughtt by some that Sheats injustice by saying to all who read sprta orda Herald you that it pays to buy Ice that melts
-.1eturn to Alachua county and his paper that one member of the spring. nta ord Herld. you pays o buy I t
the race for county super- fraternity, supposed to be a white slowly.o
ent. man, has negro blood i his vns, The prohibitionists of Alachua P O
em. and than leave t ohe p .ic in doubt are fighting the blind tigers to a W e W ill
and tennis, and intend to mae that
Af t _iiF6 W hdcU one of Florida's editors finish and inted
S s no d ce to one oe of orid ed cnty oe of the drvest dry coun- Deliver Ice at your door if you live in the -
l.has honestly and earnestly. Il the niggerr?" Certainly lie has, ties in the tate. Prohibition pro-
n against it. Nor t a nd until the thor of the above ties in the State. Prohibition pro- city, and ship it to you if 'ou live on any|
be riCh, f the riches are honestly quotation from the Sun names hibits in DeLand, prehaps, more transportation Co's line. .T ..
o'hlred. The first sentence is the "certain Florida editor" he re-State. L an News I Com pany, ETALID
;.dfbete of editors as they are, fers to, his insinuation will be a State.c-DeeLand News. ESTABLISHED IS.
U the second is a defense-In ad, serious reflection upon every editor
l..ce-of. the fortunate one should in Florida, and no such reflectioll J. F. WTN, Manager, H tF. Ue N &
fl4ditor ever get rich, should be cast upon any editor who In 1898 there were 8,000 murderersUnd HE S ON, DT
At !has no "negro blood ill his veins." ad 7,0 ice te Uited Gainesville F orida
The Forbed-8tetson affair is sure A w e en ia be a States directly traceable to the GaneS lle, Fl De rtm nt,
A.figUr Itn Florida politics next stealing, and many other crimes, and liquor traffic, this is an awful re-
:ari and largely so if Jennings yetnot be doue as pgreatai, ,onsibiity upo thevoter. What --.-. ...
yetAntern thei race; fori the Uie Sptateaid yfe o \ea l-
lter8 the race for the United States tire as to have one iLsitiuaie that abol t Lthe Christian church's ac-
.t$nate. Forbs ought to design the Ie has negro blood in his veins, counta:bility.-Sanford Chronicle.
presidency of Stetson University and any one making such a cargeIn eed or L Lare or Qanti
.bfore he takes the stump for Jen. JetTcrson co un ty is now il thle
Singts, for. when that happens a few hat it will not reeoud e midst of a rel t "wet and dry" d ce ae. arose charges ree.
,.thln r cy to lak out. election. Tle slonot reect upon everlorid s
th likely to leak ot. editor in he Stat. eec ioi. Th' htsi at ailorida t made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited
'Mi .. 1- ~Now, if Editor McCreary is ho i ard ght, *nd it ever
S ''ta reduction' article by count v where such an election nas
r .Kenzld, of the Palatka est in what he has said about th. I eein held recently, the "drys" ecc cae
e rildr has been much talk- matter, and is willing to dispel tilt ESTABLISHED t886. --i
E eld, has been much talk- d h to hg ovel lnhve won. We hope it will result We take pleasure in T
:: r-. d, d t cloud be has caused to hang o the Weitakesin THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMP/
sd lbonut, and it is niow the opinion every editor i e State, e will ot the same in old Jefferson.-Su-
o b the Florida taxpayers that their every editor theSta, ill not e announcing that e have ainesvlle Florida.
tX ha nobeen reduced after all. hesitate about naming the editor The question of title a first consideration fur the invest
Sfnjha- not been a nwedh e lo is sailing under false colors. If t put in a new line of tTo any piece of land in Alachua County
Tat campaign ply proved to be this we woul It is said that there are four me Mouldin and the latest Uol11 IO furnished on
.bot.t as bad a failure was the hi Jackovile do haven't ye Moulding andthe latest TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. A in give p
attempt to aidetrack John Stockton. pectfully suggest to the brother- in Jacksonville who haven't yet All business givenprompt
attempt toderackohnStockton ill driers, especially the been spoken of, or announced improved machinery for te tion.
hood of irihemselves, for a State office in B. R. COLSON, Man
Alacu,,coun ty b reth ren, th at w em a k in g fr a m e s to o r d e r .
Some of our brethren of thlle State Alacuinaoulouty brethren, that we 10.. One is the editor of the na, on orames to order.
,.pr are having very much to sy loo up eito pegree Metropalis, another the city editor We expect to carry a full
about "Our Business Senator." atdic see wecu locte e negro, of the Tinmes-Uioti, and the other line of mouldings and -' '"9999"9 '99 '
T.nahey say we ought to have a "bus- esidese S, two are in jail pending an appeal
inesB<9" man for Senator. We agree there are for other editors-in chief, to the Supreme Court.-DeLaul frames d w invite Qepo ibe omp
,./with them, and respectfully sug- or senior editors, in Alachuacountyction of same U Corretly Written
gest that Hon. Jno. N. C. Stock and it wott require a great while to Nwhy Liberalty of Cont
i. ton is a "business" maun and a can- look up their pedigrees and see if 'ho RepublicaW newspapers We do not think it idIfrtl0 Prompt Payment o
Sdidate for the Unieed States Senate. their blood ao which had so uch unfavorable possible to produce more We cover these important points and respe
Vol. 1, No. 1, of the Alachua these four we might, in order to co e over Presideart Olevelnd tistic or finely finished Solicit a share of your business.
Hustler, has bee received at this sure autthe matter, eaie the using the lighthouse tender Fern,
Hustler, has been received at tis sure ahoulthe natteruld cast their eyes Roosevelt- portraits than we do. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSUR
o., office. It is a 7-colhn.i --page pa- editor of the Sun, and lenttornld cast their eoes eoosevelt-
per edited and managed by R. S. thing aboti t his pedigree. ward, ust to be cosisent. They e ant your trade ad A E TS OR T E
urner,_ and ihit nsee a Isndsoal.he tovernmeignt e U. trR ana t, --ri :coo "-

STurner, and makes its appearance As we have said in mte oegi nmg tte gest WOrk andC tihe Vit f
g vessel at his disposal. They might
with several very large and other of this article, the charge made by also ee several government vessels lowest price will secure Cmpa
smaller advertisements. Its appear- Iditor McCieary is a serious refec- il use by other government offi- it.e il h e i CINCINNATI, OHIO
auce with so much space filled with tioi upon every editor in the State; use b t Wt Wiill have it. c ait p
cials.-Aplachiola e victor is the best safe made, amd partie
advertisements shows the business and we will add here, that no gent- als.Apacicour Studio is always plating the purchase of a safe, rm atiigin that ie
men of our sister city, Alachua, leman will make such a charge ex- laing he urhase o a sae or
are a live set. Success to the cept it be on what he considers While Jenniugs has made some open to visitors and we box to a bank vault, will savo money by consulting
Hustler, good authority, and even if made aster strokes to advance his po mation cheerfully furnished. Callon or address
;' on good authority, when the pers litical interest, he has made some invite your order in per-
on good authority, when tile person *
The Metropolis' cartoonist piic h hahd his attention called to thie serious blunders that will hang son or by mail. Give us Cushman & H
tures lHon James E. Broome, can- fact that he has reflected seriously heavily around his neck when he order at least
didate for Secretary of State, and upon every editor in the State, he goes before the people, asking for a r r r a l AINESVILL
Editor Applcyal, of the Florida will-if he is a white man, and their future confidence and sup- Respectfully, .....
Index, at a Tattmmany banquet all honest-tell the people who the ob port. He will find that the po- aRRIft a O* l. "- ".
,: to themselves. I.efore Mr. Broome ject of his inainuation is. Yes if i," lie h ,ts taken in the Jon B. B. (ia i f R'
;sits a bowl of Stocklon soup, and Id'r McCreary told the truth about Stetson University scandal (he is a Rees 1 and V2, Ia ne V
before Mr. Alpleaird sits Tralin- the matter, and is not afraid to member of the Board of Trustees,)
f lerro soup, while ill the rtght hanud have his pedigree traced up and will be a weight arund hi nck. Pir en, TmTable i Eect July 5, 1903
of each of the geutlemteLu i. a goblet his blood tested, he will tell his -Vo-l\ain County Recori. QaineRsville, ; Fla.
of politics. Mr. proolme is one readers who that negro editor is. There was never a time in the .,DaIcp j ai. TNoiON. No.n .
.': of only a few Florida camlidatcs ,r ua
.:'ho Feelssafe enough now to attcntl It is surprising to see how low history of the country when the
: banquets so far from home. ome men whose success-whatever negro was given so much space in ... ...
;, s i little of it they may have had-is the newspapers. Even the great 7 .. g. .Ar PM A
'"Our State exchanges,"' says the the csult of combinations of cir- dailies are talking about the negro .. ....
Pernandina Star, "are becoming cum,.t.lmcs rather than of their in almost every issue, and are sym- i .........
.painfully political. running ove* own abilityy (either natural or ac- pathizing with him on account of a"' "i:"1 ':.n
"ith political Irognostications and quir'ed w1ll descend in their at- h tztatment he is receiving at the W C ...a l K i
aerial for the future dish of crow. tenpti to inj ire others with whJ0 batds of his white neighbors who .s ..:" .
the election ttore [hith a year they are twrentaely lnsable to c-iope -i y a few yarss ago were shedding e. ... ..
te thermometer up in the It riuds sch lows Lty tear ove reports of I treat- ta. .. ....
Wh by on earth are they when they attempt to slur, belittle ent ofnegroes at the South. The n g1 TL .. t: : "
political pot so furiously and belie some individual or insti- world is idling out .who are. the but froth cones tuition, ad nd are "held tip' or cor ngro's friends, and the negro him-, ."p j Ar TRIAL ORD ER i
Sthe people of rete, ad fpr ths very, sef or tw
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W4. to be pltedeshy1 r o e"..'. "
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