The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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oclc - 01446361
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System ID: UF00048582:00021

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LA T DAYS OFU So It Was Reported, and Got Into I 1 n I1 btulns yip to Jackdonville few lays this wlek. w e
S Prlnt; But Not So. S. J. Thomas has returned from a busi- T. F. Itro\ i1 wa-. in the city yesterday i e nave
IAMr JE IN l, t r ,rip to H"igh P"Ibnt, N. V. from, hoinue nt .r'er. e
T "1 .he f.e ,iiht i a n ro wouw a n hci ad c l e 1. 1. Chesv er of .LuC rose W,: a b.t ."Ur R. 0 11 lI' onin -3 iarriv'ril in Lie >ity .
---.-- -been seriously stabbed .by a negro man t "had, vi'itor to the city 't*wslay. yesterday frtom Jck sill. Stock, and re constantly re
'The Eamr '. "" I. who escaped, and a newspaper account of Judte t IorntioDavis has returned froli .1Mr. u.11,r.. \W P. Coffey have re.S p i I .% W 1 pt
The Encalmpmelll a Success In tpe affair-tis it "appeared in pfilt Three Applicant s I el e liik'e exrt einicleviSitio ieii d.ii,'lraitr. visit to frl. >.ietldtIt .,rg tUp-t,,-dlafe" Shoes for ]
I:. .. Ever,,y Respect, Wednesday. .oriig-w as sufficient ,to l ett Mi .s ICrlut lcMhleillni, has returned ill" Ktucky: .1' W n lld Children, at 0po
Sp.ptle livie,,t ,,t Gof the city eo a visitto friend ,it South bloridla o.ok .trllgh tlis colluln carcrull; prica S l nd of the best m kes
8 li-gi very terrible had hap Irr. Ai NV. Paines,.an eatnable lady Of ther. may be soutmhing advrtie i it
OUR OFFICERS COMP rIMENTED i' T eeas nls MISS E. BAIRD AMNK FI)- IGH. eiy shopping ". tviie Tus-|t yomia oi Ft lor.da Semi- .ll
tof ie woj:u ( airl ail i she 'iss not allowed
S- the vti, aiwl \iw as not allowed J. llauninioid, ote of Hlawthrois nary, has retiurnld Iroi -his former houte
The Oliards- Arrived at Home conritio t e f er Citcal co M s F. Balls e irst- is wa, I* tle citye Tveas "i sr I dia.11, n rePdl ae opeo to the IL;
,.. Wednesday Evening I. it was a mch exge.rated report, for Sanchez Compliiented- .Hih irt which the reirte's informants were re. C. WV. S. Brootme runl Dr. T. P anong the .iiesgill people who l e- ,
,, i. S pirits sponsible. The c'e wh's there was of Other Not, T 'omni a ,nle a busline4 trip to Stirke turld from their ,uier outigs yestr ca and Walk Over" grade
'Camnp Jenninl,. it--was u before Judge Colinau Wedues- Thd grading c6nilittee appointed by Tllesday t:
acksonville, Sept. 16, iqo3 dAty morning The woman reported so Superintetndent IllowHy lt, exa ,uiue the J. A. J. Strickland of Hague. and A. G. M .. W. K. llartleson, a former highly. R 1 SO
S Editor Star.:-The closing da.s of the .seriously stabbedll, aid. hot allowen to talk papers presented by applicants f..r teach- l.autb qtf Micanopy, were l tile city rcpspCted cii.en i f thii city, but of
S'.elcanlpment.were iterestig and spec- was there, and showed only a slightly ers' certificates At the rc't eanlina- We lesay Jk ie, ie gust of relaiv
tacular,. interestiRg bec ause th <-t Ian, lirise. N. knife v..>ad, l, ad been .i in OH f, ,ily. ,,, ', %I^. r,.1 o ,ll ig. ':I, W Iee ,ith hs ret ined front friel"'" s iu h" '" 0 nd LB.8 Ie 1
most auccessfiil encc.lunpl ieii t Ih,.' 1 Flo,- inllc .,I ItI Lh l.rgetd ilht nian wit.l lh l elp rt. ;, A V, Ik. lhet.ru she pulrchi.-Id lie fall \ h l,,, ,eI ,,tir ,lock with
fht State troops wa.i dira% Iig it loi-, 1,llikinl li 1, hi l it i.,ce ll,,Ith i 1, 1ii, which To the II .... h .KI r l < ul~lh, 11. I IIl 4,,f, ,"Irl.1 ,,]i, I11;i., "1t ',i 1111irl' lllnIhdaySa
Aild th e lo iiy lo lok ed fo r I la Il ;,%, ,i l l i n i ll- e l, l i,, 'll i. v T h e i, iw.d J L ,I f r n e r v I I iA
nigh, Spectacular. became o1 f til. gl k .. i, 31n> plu ni u0Ni f. the charge, *full hft <... ee >. ,. M nd bli-. J. t il-nrol-l ar lhppy lus Ciheii. 1.. ItI ',
parade and review of th t oop., b l oW i lectirlniT ll; n -1,1dlll yly JI td g C ol0hn1 in lll upoii the p r I trt h- oil 110111: T ti--bdIL ). I'V t 1 1.s l ighin lr
e r n o r J e n n i n g s n d h i s s t a ll a t t h e 1 V t ll d<,- f 2 i., L'tt l. I $ 2 p a.i len4c1t ru bt e It l, p ll" 1 1 r %> 11' cl i f a l u 1.- I I I sor hotel. OIlidiiy aihnd Ti's,.lis lt. hr- C l.imeid tL be in.i .1.I wife, tlic 1111111 "liillatioln ,t 11, I. ,. l,, -. .- i I.1 M. lrynnti, Ai prol niiieint ind poi- al ie ,,, l,. i hll' ..% Cgi' li ii
wasrsery little drilling bl., s t,'. )I ,.ll kii g atl Otier Ci.eck. aild th Vomuan I l We lflli r .inet i.'o u il t II- Vth .rn, was Iratlin, l t iil ,, t -,..., tVl,',td )
rain. I\hvilg her' T ,) ight the "AiiOIiil fi l i, i I ,. ,,1 1,11 ; : | ,dl. hII Tt e nllt il ,le ftl ii. l lit i
Monday afturnuoli ( v. Je.ini ig. -. iul tl 1 ,h.ive gll'\ i h it:l IIIII He as M nary, a ionitll ti t n i l i, ii.i l., I elft r y
viewed the troops from l iII-, -,t.ition t i li the- ii .il', i. Itul l Dt i .an, bill lel IWo are nT i t i1 i L r t 1| 'i lke, where helwi lll pemli lrf1w Il. ;10li l- iilit 111 i ., t i illr .. 1i 1 lie r- ti t til
W indsor hotel. The Iw i ni. ii ii nt- I,.,rlr JClge )\'\ ,li n ih snid li he)- V.ere n lelll l ln' l r i e np. \)il I .111,1 n1 l. ici, n, 11, phl h.
ed fi fine order oin tie hill grounlld i,d l nli. .i.I I ilti. t ll.ll. ,~ i r llll)ll g It I Lc i i ', l P r,. Colon ret ld W dnfes- ri to h.' l1n 1') ,iC th elim. *
then m archlied to the city .-,fil p|,-.l th Tire% li.i e piollallv gone 1-\ iall the oie if enlil. tn 1 Il .i i i 1 I ," Iroii :. tliless trip hI Liv, .il;. ..1 I. .ilil.'-i. Ii, ii|1, 1. T. I':iigli i, *
reviewing points in lieatilitil fol",, Tu li. 'i Ihtl t- giVeL 4iild i11 ,re, lor cities don' o t thvild gr al., l, 1 I I tMlI A.i.l otaltr pon t.i in 'est t lhl id.h l'.n'ui,>, iilll J. \', 1. ,1 1 'n 1, Cl itltl. n e _
umen were i blue uniform with lih-1 .wIh a lill>1 t1 int l %-i with iuclh people, bullt \ey "-, ,. ,I Hlt ,p 1. Weedi o J;ack<- nvilli, hns *"", v. t i ly yflterls,
gloves. \Vhile he officer.-, w. e in ,le si there %.I- no teirille tragedy here Tiles- I '1', ,i .. ,, I1 tn leilt liiIt alter a .lrRtl saII wIllhi I IIL 1i LIl 1I i l :Illuil hll hlh '-IS PA P L. R is published in thhe
uunform white gloves,anid aii ly 1,1 tiln ] il it --old, ji.si n li.%le srr,,p le- .1 II. a't i ii.. I ii C l.1. W W Hailll n, l lll Ci y 0 l W % 1 i,, lf ,1y l, .) : .> ilc iplion .
mounted. It was an inspiring .i,.ln. t o! t n tw,,larkies. The hhite appli nn eii,.Th .mw- I.I. 1 I %%h',, ,,ftir spendiiig. seDveral I. est ol tile Moral, Business and Politic
look from one end of the moving ciolun i ed first-grale cerme.t,- i I,, i- ,I- .Ik little ,,, ,ct
to the other, from the ,itll1h ,Ir Al.... Mill ll1: 'iirei e. thris anl hi.I I ,irl .i..., lelill. out,,, t nt fur 11'6 C, r alon, e r i a Of G n slt e ia c a interelow -t
colimandinlg officers III front o, t il- t I ll i -.' i Sep. 17. Balls is t Iaclit r it h: l ,..i luvik- li .ou 1 a,1 to nt tll ii ,. from im plea i
ery corps at the re-,. At t .t.- M .,q .\nni 1,.rrs lI IIigh Springs has .-finool, aind i reg I,.. s ,,. ,si i l la o lou I --i, L.e within da, a n e inan ial inter
K Stay& %iout in'inny tI ll it h it humlul, li ei l l a %Io iteligrit a jifrit-kiessiall.
ficint to inspue tile ptrnt,ti,,, of an\ I-V n i .t.ll gi t t. l. i i-s I,vdi. Ilarrs for a brightest and bst anc.t Mli1,i.. .,r.i ;t iarn to .4 h bhu, Itn., or Iwo, off a mi nuhu I.. l..li.t a tLuctl. editor and proprietor.
lover pf his.coUllti) il. T lil. n...,i .,I -w ., leaivig )t-tr.'l.v for Macon lt the blriglhtsl y'ol r g l;,in I t l ci l e t nitric' for r lr llttil|I ll in lt( Il l ITi l e. ill. ai1Id lau iii l '-
well, bearing tllme-elves lie l. se ... ,1. t.., .'r,.le,,, tI el.l-mlle college. llld rti.lled only I,. ....r ... 'r ,., .. rs,. ,.,,,,n .... >, ,,,,.,, ',u kou- THOSE W HO seemed to think wh'
iers. The haundsdi.cor ,l i, i 111 ,-1 1 il Mr S J Th ain.,a and sr fln orila be in ry :-l ,. ..... tr, i 1.111,,:-,t I. 1 Sliw, 1nd l i. II. ,nd ,.Vill I.ewI ., i ,i,,r ,,,, s r m o h o tI
along the line. "Ihe boy.s V.i IltiLlt l I l IT the c tI Lretriiing lo ally, -`11I will *I l ne', o* ,, i glln, tl in ull O'It'lil'llil't h',ledii lrii r i- ,I I.,i,, l',, M, I.Lt li, \lllor th an oull m oln t s lg o that
cheered by admiring bev. ,t \ ,,,i I,, :, ,, 1, h.oif. N C ul iter le i s i I e, n i, e visitors tl tahe i i i ,.. i, -,.I, t % L a tn S Leared iln the ourn alls tic sk
d ie s e sp e c ia lly w h c ii tl e ,.% w e .: ,it. iii i ,r l,,.tNr,. ,Il r -. i,, ,ii.i. miild oji lin v e I e c n g'r 'l l e c ir lir ,,t,. W u., n e .-, .d ,. I O ,W, i ll. l dt.t I, r, .
underneath the nng. It i, icl i. .. i,,i,. ,1 ..1 r .,,. h, ng eu s M l ,. 1,. ./. .I ..I til i, '. LOW It R I.I..- \ ii .I i, ,,,,, ,,, ,,. ,' ,,,,,, lor the purpose of shining on a short te
regretted that about Ilie l tiu thL i.. I, .. i.. | i, "S *g'll,',-. for t't ,l.o s atlo t1pplicd for .1 %.ch',l liCi,. ll, uI I Hit Ia e' I. I Io.I L...h .I ,I \V. I
had passed the lgovernor it Ieg-n ,, ,r .. I l .. a m miners s .l t i,... .,, lIit t Nu. 1,,Sl iiiW a 1- a a11paign w ere m mistaken.
d o Wv u r a in b u t l ik e t r ie -i I ., 1, i .I h I fI.o a v er, g e ".l .d ..%V, 1k '"- T 1 ,, i a I
ofmlcers and Wenendurdl",ll t ,h ...... h 1) "'i-' -1li i-i 1` .. Henson, cuior member to II-i, i,"'L 1" THE STAR is the PIIIOPLE's
be prevented. W while a ,, i i, ,. r rr in th<. (CA lir-\ ll% C r.l .I I l.i, ,I, -Smitif- me nr. ll i t,- ll l I an d xfil'1,1 i l ",,il l i > 1. W lt'h Tl.t
got under awuin gs, 3et tii, ,, t..,- I,. .. .c.- s i h -c i, %, ,,,,., o viisis city, ,,,,,uie e "UI,,sin rI,, h",j. iIt t,, is L... .. I ,e,.t an d will ad vocate su ch can d id rates fo r
marched back to camp,. ra.,, .,, J. i ,,Ini- ue o theoii' I ..... lI' .... edesday. 1.', ,,,'..'... *,, .k- as the editor conscientiously believes at
Tuesday was largely takc ,.] ,, ,, ,, lI Thoi i I s sl1, t 'ill 1" 11 o i t -', M ,...l .l illh, a chli ii,>K )u .. woik 'll ,l,, .,,', i ,in it co1t r
ing offthe men, an in a, b il ..-. | ,,, ,, ,.. i,,,t r i,,,u inl'nh pln. I,.., 1 1,,, aft.r spendli;n, n i ,l .ii,,, .l.... W. ul in, pcoplc's cst friends when principle, ex
parade at which the 'TIlli.iftiro I ,, ,.rl ,t 'iof. ,. W P rkii,. i, 1.,, 11t %ii l hir i.e'r, M rI. l .. J. 'lylnt, C.1 'y )' It ll LM Ill lllil P blh etil eitel. d o e
was presented to thIe Jau k-..1,.i,. I ,.i, I I I ..., i i l cl Fl1 1 v hi>H returned horne. I. t .,C. -I ,c c. ,smit. I0e dn 1 ability are all considered,
for rthe best manarkmii. .hi. i-,,, '1' ,1 F,,,d g' I..A. Hi Arr hean eutihll sla foul, fl,- )SA.F. A rb tic ill,,ut Bhow cheap while friendly suggestions are always
G enrlt F serGeneral jgtt r g .1ve u I.n. -I II Lit. ,,, l ti l. "". if .. i 1 iJipiriville colt lv I.tl ,1 J l Ito 1 ,1 mi pv .ct ,>orler, andh,_I very cheap. A a I,,v [ 'e h, )-'if ll );Cl l; 1 t i is-lpl ()Il.p'yeri ()lly 5' iw
commissioned offictrrn> ttle .' ii-.... ". .Ir t. .1. .1 i ih t xnu, .I i. .. ... l.. one ,Ml. ..n.. n lirgia u ashhhlt thOIIc Ito ..ne aIii, l || t ,h.' twiw every eCOIned, the policy of TeviE STAR will b
tel 9at night which was i, .i ... .. .... i. s ,- general a-r,.-eA ar offLrie ad bee this fount If. Ilk i, a .... ,I i, ii g,, theand proprietor
tel at Ilig lt which was i,,nc lis Al-" "1 N1 111 ." 1*"l "< *" *e t. i. Ill.-, t j ee. .l
affair, and wits consliIru-,I 1,. -1 i- I, h I' 11r hl. who t*evr appl-c.1 I-ii I *.it,. IlI Il il Jin. m Dampier, county c dloiir nI t .,i ., t p. t rolled only by its editor and proprietor
event of the encamp'il 1 '. 'hi i, live hee A, l iia cu ,iilN' ini l O ner Ir n league, %its in the city .lt> n ih.l it, a;in i \il 1 ik. t llIi'll not
We dnesdayt morniniaul l. i ii tr il ,oith rolia e it.ly, alld paid The am a plein- regret it.
W wednesday iorniig l,, .... I I I .. I .l or rr. W s' li tf r u oN
bom.eof the con lpanii.-, Is.i 1 'Iak 1.I u lr 1 lOr. W Iat.ts' Mil rtul. ,.lI .ll II, renewed ed hi.s .lbl)cription. 1. Vl.lllle. Ki,(lil ,i N., ,.1 l- O d It -
canm p and get reai y ,,h t.k c ,ln l.;. ii driv .',lei, ll..,,,,1 ne sl. i etrvanii ed fin ite l i. returned fro otli nnlingtol ; l. 1, ikelerson, a ke
f0r home. It was a11 lii n 1 .-per "' ,, lir..I I', h Cit, T Isd y .in I. nr) 1 ,, nl h ounhing at lloL SpringH, .Irk., City, A 1.. .11huil, Iti l.lle, IW .
tackle to see how quick it coming i, ...1 r. %att sulered th l- ...... .,1 lu .tle. Ci.linalti, and other points. He report) own, kI:ky 'iin. V. J. releroi ,
take down ten and teacher I Shall Never Forget. horse anil .*me naI llr i, g illed hmll- l,,III Nels lN lVIII had n ihuge olld ime. I lillliy, adii J. \\. I'lliis h, ,l.hlre Y O Ue iO L I
take down tents anid Ilreparc their l Iz] 1 1 J
age for transportation. Ily dtLi light fe 1 I I lem !it I'll ti ,t forget my le s. ilelf. 11 \'W. I.xe in of Alachua wal 1i visitor "mong t'h: I)hunlltm visNi ol-n to tih rity
companies were about renlly l.r th, I .' L t_ a, harder thaLn I \ While gLa.IIIIIK aftc h t l- i. h t, the Wii Vgedneiay, and showed his Tucnlay "
The Gaindsville GuntnIs did fiser ws,rk 1 i, l t...i.l, .,Id I %will try ,ot jumped over a log afet fel. ,it I. IPl.. cI, pccltiu of a bright Star hy paying lion. 11,. .., ,,,,,, 1l t IF YOU favor our ieas--politica
well anti could easily have I,, l , r ) l i.... t ,, ,.. I% 1,,, I ... ,,.., dlear each er 1 ovation several feet ,ee ,, .,., ,.C, ollar for te ,Twice-A-Week one County i ,,," ll"o,, lr i,,,d r W. 1. 2n oll urwisel- you will enjoy reading
theearlv train for hoime. Ifut Il ,t.. 111-'t li ,i-oliiiu o Lo .llmdy alld lnol seen by horse or ,itler Iinil alter llle fil l a W 1. OL r- W
ordered to wait till later iln it an.l .t r learn I will iy not forget; iphe l KR 1NT.-'liee large cool rooms their i .... ir. n la STAR during the coming campaign ll
so left Jacksonville at .; i 11 f ie I' .n,fil I .1 tr',ig ry best to learn ini n for light housekeeping with uiit .IIilt Iie l nni:ili II'i tiilelsIi CiIt,
made real good record--ii .icr thell, t11ilng .1.d ,ht I have learn I'11 try such ol ce that blood \e..s.. w brolk- ,l'llcl.e of hath,. i 2oo feet of pubtlit: rlle t n il ,.ii 'II. C on nL l h IS to be the reatSt CVer COnducted in
were arrested for disorderly colidi ct, i ii Irge I tuIs i ti hi I a Imay be success e which ur lted i th i. L iiial .. l.all it l. l W Htall, f7o l Oranltg l li. W ., Hall," ,i Oii litai id a d al y o di r i th e lint o a
few were sharp enough to rim,, Ile tuarnI fll in all -.hat I Ihe learn; ,lear teacher i, le&1tha,. thirty Imnuut. Street id, ad l you differ ith the editor, o
line, and it is possible that so ie orle or I Ihall l i f\' i eil t what I have learn if Mr. Watts fell head ft-rini.m,-t Is%, r the C. .. Colulough has returned rotl a Wear are L j.okuiig wh n %se C May goi to
two Communed with nature in te wod ill stu hrd an leai what you horse's head and the horse 1 oll L m..I u o,,tiug at Saratoga Springt, N. MJor 'fnh u your il ud ical or ot lher matters, you should reaL
aCras the street froo caRunp till after rev- hali e rll ever t at where heI in a lpl never forget what where a p F..l, other lilna of Intrest, l iheqitable there as hte" ""t,,,,,,,ine paper so that you can know where to hi
their duties like men ,all never for get I admired it very much terrible scene uboit t. ll, l,,iult, ltl,.r wll retuii a' few week later. ,ot only ouight.lto r,,w, lut will ,ow, if and how to head him off.
a There were fewer co,,mplaiints the last lnieeI f,,r \lst I have learr I shall never and asistt hthe n dytig hrr e 1, eli y arIe a ht s, bl t ,,, feo,,,,, ,, ,t th,. jD US ON DOLLAR. ad r
Spart of the encampuent than a.t the erirst f tio'rget Jlihtl 1 hAve la I n'r. a uv iir 0 cIUgGi n UI t i Ie mo lnths
what to do to get tlouK ltll. Capl. IWI't'r rect'iLLI' hfInlded n by a colored ahakel bt not ...,-i>,,n i r h^ tre .s,e |,. (l o K mu tary monei ti 'oiit Lho way iolio fSTA
Layton and Lieut. Ilandlling are fine fel. ai.ca.t for a teacher'a certificate, nud 'rhl.kley, of Jacktosnville, a tUieni getn dm t. W. Colo '' Ille "'xr, aso t I TH
lows. Had the Lieutenaniit continue.1 to s all of the original muiatter submitted to Col. ,lig luba ouny lry. her the w ill business fie of gei ldw th n llnd It Il 11
make a fine a score at the nlast ais at he ie I exalllillln ig collnl itee by the appli- The" wet ali dry .l.ectsi i .,1,,>1ii lliniklcy & lainM, at Cyril, pla t'el I eal l y be" vd h Ir.il Mri. ,all, ill- -
first of his shooting, on the linal telt. he -nt. It i, needlless to say that the ap- o tly last "u hly e lt l thl "h the city aTu lay ot rRote tro "Ihk ne i, ne Iht: l ate l a n i-- kio l.
would have carried off the trophy Mll- plia t was *luiied iown." ous victory for tiH.. ,b1 i,.,,plc. Th,- l, prinB. e a. ,. u ,te la.p .lv.r known. A
together the encauiplmelt wAn ga ieat suc-I Cotton Urowers lnceting. county wlnt dry biy l.-.r.l Iln,,jorit. i I.,l R INT.-Houe in New Caiie. Col. W. 11. P'aher wn alxi(; tl. go e( *
cess. Its few failures only .showed ho, ,rowr As L.ake City gave a lrv" u".iJi' f ,( |vlle l ight rot onls il, with ball rou, lif- o" b'et)ti to I'ulta ;,rl Wdn.lay, D. E. GODWIN Editor,
much it was neededtl. .cl on.bers f the Cotton er votes, Fort White gavAe ,n } .la ,j,^,jity lecn t rea enclosed. Thre r quarters of n Lbut whenL he caied ',.r ln tk.t over the ,
Respecfull, t .\h caf armers and tok hoe of 4i9, and Grand ,1 Slik, .,'lle, which iner ui .chool For informal. Atlantclo, Lin, ]i, w, tl by"AntSil an SVille, I. FIr
W .Ch T tCAuri ,.rlrn ar itrte c rn e high ct m on y J ot, e L.., Ona of rl. h, op. Owene has returned from between alkakehen .l anl I'ullta Gl orda, It
on market price for the present crop of cot- the onte wry sie. VirglisLa, where he hlbs beenL taking a would be imnlpossiinle to get to the letter %%4kSql+li G4i %%%+% l lCli: l
Ion, are requestel to be present at the u aloIw rouirke in the University of Virghlna. place, so Col. i'uliiir I(Hatponied the till.
Mrs. Cook Insane. lluihc clichool Iuildling in Alachua on 1, n t Mr. Owcns' friends here are glal to wtl- .. ..
Tuesday afternoon Royal Cook,n Soutih Saturdlnay. September 19, 1903, at i t itr of Theta ankg ir i.uillle hilm back to Gaineaville, o lr
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Cou ntuchsnu, o- <-" p i.. to Bay If weliWl anV goC3d UC Ole aie lad of lioduce the ut'oblir In Uaine ville. Cordially invited lt Incc It. tit tile church
SCounty Judge Mason that his wife was It is %er, necessary that every cotton y e e lo tthievelinK a ;:u o'c k for the pur.
it, andt iat b gaoin po a i s eylil : a i' for Hth put-
Insane, and asked that such steps he growcr be preseiit at this mee ting, aB5 ut f*iVII418 in Col1mbi..: Do nt g' yolr power. ate d l1 ,, W10liW niTter
taken an are customary in slluch cases. there are sortie ilpllIortallt questions to I- feh ith hauty. ret everybody keep out lt i' vry I'sc|
ThIeJdge appointed D)rs. F. Lartige colle If.rlie tho e Atseiation. e to s teep flow; t he slllhonll IIII "h lihy's way when the hing giets ieae, l 11 ita very, hl rlimuch
expected Wn fight, they dlie harI, ,114l 1witndesired, U111 it 31. lvii:4 thit,
a am gcomn ittee, and the un- Littlefleld receiver. kick vigoouly even with the ir t I W. A. Strickland, one of the cnd elicient \'oullg Peoplel Socety will
-- w keep your eyes oi ,il.Tle orga-i/, d.
fortunate w aoman was, after due exati- In colipliance with a request by H. e th, f keep l o ir e t county h mol t highly respected citi e ns, r
laon iand deliberaton by the commit- Dutton & Co., to who101 the Hill Print- sentiluelt of the people iI klln i ii(d tlc aId a lmembler of the Alachua Coulty See The '.tar police igi juqt across ie
tee, adjudged Insane, ind the authorities ing company was raSher heavily mort- w"ishe of the majority r,'ld Ie Fe~lce t :,( eocr;atic Eecutive committee, wa* street froU U Be lrown Iluie; iand :omre
at the bhopital for the insane, at Chatta- aged, that concern has been put in Tbhe eld. in he city Wednsday firom his hoie at over id leaveI yur orrder fr Job pIrint- IS E PL C
hoothee, were, notifi-ed to come for her. hands of a receiver, for the purpose of t'ras. I Jli f )ou.willlt in up tI niow twice-a-
Por Sherlff- adjusting the financial affairs of business. Frresh ineats, grrcerire arld vegetables Wants a forse.-The Cable Piaut. 'eLk 1aper a1 whl,]e yrar for oly ne --T--
.o '. .._ S Mr. W. N. Littlefield has been named Call, senld m e your orders or i'ine ',r, CImpany wauts to trade a gol pianor dollar,, just ,let I tiave t. ddl.lr, nd r
O Vota Pf Alacua County 'ill ver what you want. J. <;. iHarroli, 'P'honc orgkti Ifor a good bugy l0r1c. 'or f ur- we'll do the lalai.te, .We will bCell Ti FiE T I
I Breby announce myself a <-an~hdate by JuNo.e VIills mieceiver. 20 25. 1 llpaticUlarr cali on AS Lt Ree L r a. o Liti. e every week qix '" f jl y l
fm. tOHe police of Sheriff, subject to the al. '. anger. 407 West Court Streed, tar t lule ever week -,x nlollh ,
'cd t if the next Democratic primary, Held Without Ball i GrMnesville, Fla. SeptUrm, for 5o cents; three aollulthl Ir .S ceiVnui,
f Ipmie to discharge the preliminary hearing the he U Aj-gf ing y written inquiries recdeiv or one month for -o ucIs. AT
and I solit the support of aI case against J. E. Starke, who murdered at The Star offWc from peroals wanting Mis(Clem llialton rrtar'l y, strday
-bathlbroter-in-lawJoo P. lAngel, in aldlitional information about. a. few from a s*uni m r'p Ilea..nt Vnliaon. Du 111A0 NA L
C '. HABUE Jacksov ille last week, Justice Cannon house and rooms that have been adver- ring her alcince "ilie ignitedd point-i In
vy properly committed the prisoner to tied in The Star. for nrt, we are Inclin. North Carulinl, r;orgla, Marylanll and .
D' bll lorhsl an dmIhlwo jyai without bail, andit Is hardly doubted a ed to the option th 'llly l Iplt (a n other States, al a ttc led "an
that 10! In* I that the public will. feel that the jutU A. otht onntles r th ificaliplagl n to educathinal umetilig ino Boo".,
"" L. 'i 41 6 did esectly the troper thing. QGalfen Tt 40 '..hat Clem is one of the ~.Ti's '
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a fla t giIt on the Pubuic stree u ii
'.'. ___ The difficulty rose over the re-
marks made by Mr. Jones at his taber,
verMachen and Their Willing tacle during his meeting. Mr. Jones
Pala Have Again Been Indicted, denounced Akerman for selling wine
i Formation of an Extensive and threatonned to report him to
i6 Conspiracy ti Alleged. Prolident Roosevelt it he did not stop.
T''" Mr. Jones said he had rather have
A, A Washington special says: Untlld a decent negro to hand out his mall
taste Attorney Beach 1-rlda. un- than to have a white man for post-
JQbinced that the persons nnmed in tie master who was engaged in dealing
S,'iLWvn Ipdlctmerls retnrlled by the out damnation to the boys and thrt
d jury last ii orpoor negroos in the community.
d Jury last Tlerly w: Mr. Jones called at hoe postofflco
SGore Wd i enr sa, former chle al- Monday morning and aslied Akerman
00 -diev lsion of salarlme chin e allo.i. Mr Jn al at he s .
riileases, posolc. it he would stop selling wine. Aker-
August W. Machon, former general man agreed to do so except when
Superintendent of the frte delivery needd r mudcinal purpose Mr.
system, o lee doprtnt. Lalor on, Mr. Akfrman mdt Mr.
Jteme posofficW. dearmerunt. o Jones and told him he understood that
Jams W Erw, ormr postoe he called him a "dirty log" and other
Inspector with headquarters lu dan ba nmer, which ho did not propose
Franolzeco. li)ut LUp with. Vlith these words Mr,
George H. Huntington and Isaac 8. Akerman hit Mr. Jones in the mou.h.
'. McOelhan, both of NuLv York city, Jones return he lick on Akcr-
;:' owners of the Columbia Supply Ci- anurned teyk on Ak
'.i., Ip f, of t hat c-ly. man's, e erf and separatnd
S lugene D. Scheble, of Toedo, Ohio,. thremn. ntermanf when n pbyar
Ia dentist, and interested n the firm them. Aeran, that n v. Jon by a
', abr& El is, of Dlotrolt, lt'h., newspaper nian, said that Rev. Jones
.of. Mayberry b Elli.u of t)orsot, .had said more about him than he could
letter box manufacturers. standl.
Beavers, Machen and Erwin are that h called A
.."'.'amed Jointly I one Indlennt or Mr. jones denies that ho called Al(-
smed jointly y in one f Iand'timent or orman a dirty dog. He said that his
paspiracy to defraud tie Unlie. words at the tnaernacle were 'as fol-
t,8lates. Auotllrr Indictment is agaliu.it low:
,, aOGebiha, Huntington and Machon ,or 'Will we good people of Cnrtcr:villo
/If,. piracy to dofraud the Uultd od pllo
S piracy to fraud the Uit let these dirty dogs sell their wine
-.r@A tes, and still another Is against .i rom year to year ani ruin our chll-
-inme three conspiracies to commit dro e n
.t.Xbery, both under section 5441. R. en h w h Mr.
e. -,. Boheble and McGelhan are Indlotel- Jones r kelId "that the only thing
olntly for conspiracy against the tl about him that was sore was his fist."
S itedl bates and tgalp for conspiracy The prelude of Mr. Jones' Saturday
t; Io commit bribery. Another indictment night sermon was a sensation. Mr.
;.i li agalust l'Meolhan for bribery and Jones need language that could not
.tbe lasbt is against Mar.en singly tor be mistaken, as forceful as the Ang;o-
p.caa.pting bribery under section 501, Baxon could furnish him, about some
i$',i st tutes. of the evils of Carteravillo. The Jug
U..1) the laoctnents are based .in procossion, memlNrs of the church
a t ~n t os prelating to e oesply ut and men In oficlael position In the
ST xes Ie ensational boxes na town peddling out their dope and dam-
| y9I. eome sensational charges nation to negroes and poor white
e i40, T'he Indletmeot against folks. Ho said:
a ,ters a Maehen and prwln alrlees "I am tired of it and the thing has
t the postal device and mprovo- got to be stopped. A man In official
t.omp&ny of San Francisco for- position in this town that will manu-
I ly the Montague Indicator and Let- facture said sell hid damnable dope
Box Comnpany, was composed must got out ot the (lope buslscss or
entirely o western postal em gt ot o oclal position
I ; that in 1880 It set asrde 1,000 n "I had rather that Roosevelt would
~'.e of ltok for forwarding its in- come the Indlanola, Miss., on tus and
tists', sad that armed with this t give its a decent, sober negro postmnas
.. ,ldy itsU president, Daniel B. Richa tor than a white man dishing out dope
1i'cn, t and Inspector IBe rwn came to In the shape of home-made wine.
Ashas i tho, aw eavors, Machlel, "Thinps have been running lax here
a.l 'th an 8 others and got an order th r for a few years, and we have got to got
p lng 2,084 letter boxes with thelr a movo on us. It is rumored-that one
of our marshals Is running a blind
., The Indictment says the company t tiger.
I% ## systematically rolleved of its ob. "Tile train came loaded with jugs to
ll)gatlons in the way of paying freight, night., an unusual number of jugs To.
edtel..n, waiting and i rlntlng. Thesn morrow ;s Babbath, great crowds will
thle devices it whas firnlasing. T behe here, and these dirty scoundrles
y t40letment charges that Beavers and want to peddle their liquor around In
t 1h1n ownedof the under assu ntm their bootlegs tomorrow, and I put
I 0iea. Most of the thousand sbares ludglo and s ieriff on notice, we iro
Of took set aside, the indictment says, going to have a change lI conditlo w
SWFluit to different postofflc ofcl.ils goi o he
R'S~id again Preslilent Richardson caneo
..'Washington and following an li- NORTHWEST SNOW WHELMED.
rea tt1ae In the contract price he got Fir N
S''e c pany dividends wore paid on Crops Damaged During Past Week to
SMcOlehan, principal owner of tle Extent of Millions of Dollars.
Co' olumbbla supply Company, of Ncw A spuo al from ,i. I'uul, Minn., says:
Y ork, Is charged with aglroing to ipay Snow and rain alin ilalndgu l croplu 'l
;, MILhen 50 cents for each $1.2r) pald the northwest dutlinig tlie I)tHI wock to
4_ n the package box contract by :ho the exteit of ninillliit'n of iollnrs. Nio.r-
government. Bpeilfic payments to ly all the grain it shioch. otlulmatcl at
i. Ma.tchen are Ctli-t In conlhloratlon of r50 per cent.. and all ihe l tandllig grain,
Siheaeseed compensation antd under the mrch of it flax. IL IIurlid IIIndtlr snnov
t'.. ckage box contract, ostenslbly lor and wiaor. Tlh rainfl r.nacti.-. lg iait
a' taohlng a different support to tlid inichli In fotylllgh ihouirs. Ialiln and
S boioe. BcheT'lTe became Iniorofscd Iin l le(,t nnti snIow Ijurvali all over hio
; thqe Arm, of which Mayor Maybtorry, orf norrhwtI t.
:,.DBtrolt, Mich., Is a nemnhbr anil whil-h \"'illi uloasess OOllining ti $25r0.0)00 a
.~'urnhlaed letter boxes to the govern- day for Ihurte days. sv-,ul fatal
..:aent, and Schobol atnd Mlache(, In a wvrocks. iIninlrouisa ld'ralinelli, moral
.. oint Indlctmont are alleged to lhave tian (oni hlimitrctl washoutn, Iolegraphl
.' llbohemed to defraud the govorlument by wih'es. dow\n a sontklng rain In progress
:. the supply of oxcesslvo quantities oif :over Hi vciural states. nitl smuow plows-
^ boxes. The Indlotmont says that May. w-lniig on ik western linos north-
bury and Ellis paid Sclhebol to lhe (x. wostoriin nliway nrCo taxed to tho uy-"
Stent of the latter's Intorestl In tbe most limit of Lhlir' alillty to maintain
; company and that he in turn paid anything like regular service and to
lar e sums to Maieuon. In seovont0on Ipr'Hserv, the safety of their passoen-
S tonnts the Indlctlennes cite sporcif Kc rv, I. Ias licn years since thoe-o
payments to Machei by Schobol. was a .ituIution so seorous.


S,,' strong' Fight to be Mads Anainst th, Shnt Vnu Van.n nndhll, A ..

Mormon Senator from Utah.
The National Vnmalln a Chrltll -u
Temperance tlinlon has ibguUI a n camlln
a lgn for Ilio expuilslin of Sn-iuitorl
Reed Bmoot, of lit lh flntlltrr 11i ll-ll-,,i
States sonaie. Ten thlt:linnil l't II .;
are behig oent from tlo mnliloll l

eadqulartrs at innlUI n Il oc'l
b, branches all (ovr the coiulry wlth
Sblank form for ililns to the En-, i
ae. t9.
.The form or -1. e' ilin to bn
.: Bigned asks thIai tht. 1.nt invosii.
gate the rhal'rgid IaiI, 'ali filid
against Smoot.


b subpoena $ervedl on Postmaster Gen.
eral for Certain Office Recordnu
George W. Beavers, thin fi in 11 1
ot, the diistoh of Ealn lit-i ni- itl i il
C.,e,. poosomce department. I l t,,
S' nlled a Waphington firmn as ,i Uit 1
At the Instance of the latter n :,a,'
lpoena was served on tho e)LutlllluiFti.r
g generall Monday, directing the proidl.
l,,'tion of the records In the salary and
,kitlleWance division.


ae t New Orlesns Ends and
-I Mblyu Resume Work.
'of longshoreniei at Nrew
p ,pb eaoettled. tlihe long
91 to wave tho de-
.,BiB tat it 1aih- .be put. ia a
mad MU i rotg they Were
t W. en ship-
,tdi~ S 2, ,


Evangelist Goae Up Against Postmau-
ter at CarterpvHlle and Two Blows
Are Struck, With Honors Even.

At Cartoravllle, Ga., Monday, Barm
P. Jones and Postmastor Akerman had
is ine fffh n th -hlno t lof the

xixred or noe cimniletoni or tlio can.ii
IIU(d works.
6. Colomlbia t recelvo from ( no
cont ira'lling government $20.,I00o.i0
ont the exchaulng of raillTcatloin of r'-
7. Rogunlatlois to bo nmado rix, ag
condltlonc. of puIrchase of private com-
pany (property). Mr. Banupre llads
(hat the dcbatos upon the reported
bill were to begin on Monday, Semp
temper 7.

0i8es of Alleged Robbers of
,n:,jnicle Sam Made Public.
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Shaving had h lp is not believed.

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%.-.L g c,.U WRnom Hno v-v,.. ...-,..m r.opou, ton u1 3lz. NeW Education M0esure Provldes
Took for a Squirrel In the Bushes., ard-Minnesota Alac Reports. $72,000 for First Year's Expenses.
A dispatch front Iancaster, S. C., A special from Dicltalln, N. Dl .,l s: The new
ny.s: Tlhursnay afternoon Major J. under Saturday's date, s ays:* "Snow oi. Aintlon bill hs luse l bcco.io a law.
. Rhiddle. one of the proprietors of has been falling ever sltue last nhght
rho Lancaster hloviewv, sccompani;euh at n ght -It ntildiioirlates tim siif $72,000 me
y h son, J. M. Ridle, Jr., and hs and the ground Is cover six inhs aror s ths of $7,0
itle grandson, Rolert Makorell. a Ldoeep. The storm a&sunid the pro- cover the expenses of the Ilrst yeir
id laot eongh years older wcnt ovrr to portions of a blizzard, blowing down I It further prtvhides thnt one unn
lielbr county on a squirrel ount. totreos and telegraph linea and dolaylng Irud of the Iest qualified students,
Chtestbr county on a squirrel hunt. traffic."
Whilo hunting on rho river banlk A heavy wet snow s also reported: souring at least 75 ln r cent ion cach
Fl'rlIay morning Major IHddle fired ot from Staples, Minn. Tinls was pro- shatbjcct at an annual exummation, t
what he supposed to be a spproquirrolng 11 ceded by an all-night rain and Iho shall have the privile e of going to
hje bushes, bt on appr dsovrnged Is outlook is gloomy torhe Unitedl Status o in ahplete their
subject of his aim ho disekvered giso orps. education at Institutilens desiguatitd

grnllsonil in the agony of. death .

Senator Platt Favors Roosevelt. OBJECT TO JUDGE TOWNSEND.
United States la, of Connectict outhCarolina State Attorneys In
ihas announced that ihe favors the nom- I h llm ona Stat Attorney In
liialoii of President Roosevelt as the Tillman ase Make New Move.
hladl of the republican national ticket. s The nltnrnheya reprreoitn'ilvg i
'Thlns is his first expression on the aub- state of Soath Carolina. In the Till
Ij,.,t man case hn.av Itaformed Clief Jualtlrc
Pope that Judgia Townsend sl obj,';
Boiler Explodes; Two Men Killed. tlonable to then, as the ipresllding .-f
Two men were killed and flve Injt:r- fleer at tho trial, antd thn th ry ldp'rt
rcld u a bitlle'r exploafsrn Friday at the to love for a rl'iocallun at thl ordir
lut nlor nill of t the Buchanaa Lumber appointing Juinlig Townsend nud move
Company, In Jackson county, N. C. the appointnentn or some on1e else.


Man Who Saved State from Seceding Bulgarlsn Ruler Has Secret Tunnel by
and Captur6d General Morgan. Which to Eecape.
Colonel R. T. Jacob, a picturosqule An extraordinary letter, purporting
figure during the civil war, died at hil to have been written by a Bulgarian
home in Louisvile. Ky., Sunday. Colo. statodman, appears 1i The Blaiue Jour-
nel Jacob was 78 years QJd and wan a1 Berlin). The writer asserts that
widely known as the man who saved a subterranean passage leads from the
Kentuay frotl neceassiot an aqrso aa castle o oMuxinugrad where Prince
the alstor of General -Johna Morgan. ~Frdinani llve, as though bealteg.,
Near th cle of th War o! :to the river, throw h which

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by tho governor.


Party Returning from Ball Game
Lose Life in Collision of Boats.
Five iuan. all uof ast Jordan, Mich.,
wcro drowned In Pine lake Saturday
evening Inn a tiOtlalonit between the
sttsnai yatit and a na plulha launch.
Sat urdny ivoening alouti 8 o'clokI
when Ihalf a mitlo fruni shore. the Pil
grni ran down a naphtlha launch con
tainlnb tlirteen mnen rcturning from
a ball ,limeo nat Inarhr S-itrin,

t tiue powers', ueciaring that unless
the latter Intervene In Macedonia, Butl-
garia wl'l be forced to take such meas-
roes as she may deem necessary. is
held In London to be a prelude to the
mobillza-lon of the Bulgarian army un-
less Europe exerts horself In some
way to prevent a conflict and there Is
probably some connection between
this eventually and the decision of the
revolutionists to revert to guerilla
tactics which may be in order to .-e-
servo their resources for co-operation
with Buugarla.
It was announced in Sofia Monday
morning that Prince Ferdinand will re-
turn to the Bulgarian capital from
Eluxlngrad in a few days when the
government will take some decisive


Adds Fresh Conditions on China as to
Evacuation of Manchuria.
The British foreign office in Lond.m.
has received official confirmation of a
dispatch from Pekin, received Septenm-
jcr 10, saying that the Russlian mints-
tor at the Chinese caultal had addLl
two fresh conditions to those Imposzrl
on China as conditional to the evacua-
tion of the Manchurian provinces Oct-.
ber a


Professor Thos. H, Hawes Ends His BSx Mer* Came Near Death by Drink-
Life in Atlanta Hotel. A H Ing Polsened Water.
LifeIn Atlanta Hotel. At Tuscaloosa, Ala., Friday aftar-
With four gadihes across his throat noon Henry Alston,a W' lam Moore
and a razor lying close beside his and HJll Hasead, white, and Will Via-
stiffened fingers, Professor Thomas eas. Letcher Chapman and George
N. Hawes, of Athens, Oa.. was found VaUghan, colored, employes of tbel,."
lyllg dead on the floor of a room In Alrton Company, were all poisoned
the Cannon house, in Atlanta. ,by drinking water from a cooler which
He had committed saielde and had contained over a pint of paris greec
.gplireutly been dead twenty;four laced there by spme one eviden.jy
ls believed that -ill health eas"ta to deatrcy ,M'r Alastn's wholr

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At Suggestion of Leaders, Presldent
Changes pate of Me ting Of Con.
gress to November Oth.

After mature coeildoratlon and con-
sultation lu person and by mail with
members of both the senate aid the
house of representatives, President
Roosevelt has abandoned the auggce-
tion that congress be called into ex-
traordinary session, which hq an-
nounced many months ago would
be hold this fall, will be called, ao-
cording to present plane, .to .met on
November 0, which was the date ten-
tatively fixed some lme ago. It Is
not expected that the formal oail for
the session will be issued until after
the president shall have returned tL
Notilthetanding the fact that the
suggestion of an October session of
congrela came from prominent sena-
tors who warmly advocated its ad.ip-
tlon, the proposition was not receiv-
ed with favor by members of congress
generally. The Idea of a session In
October was opposed particularly be-
causeo it would oblige senators and
roprosentatlv s to leave their states
and districts In the midst of a cant-
pangn which to many of them and
their party was of vital Importance.
No definite agreement yet has been
reached as to the character of lhe
financial legislation which may be en-
acted at the approaching session f
congress. Indcod, It Is not certain
that an agreement can be reached be
twoon the two branches of congroue
whereby any special legislation can be
enacted. It may be that a solutlnn
of the problem, which Is alike com-
plex and perplexing, will be reached
before the convening of the extraor-
dinary seotlon, but even that Is l'y
no moans assured.


Draft of Measure Recently Drawn at
Bogota Furnlshes State Depart-
ment by Minister eaupro.

Prcoldent Roosevelt received a ca
blegram Saturday from Minister Bet.u
pre, dated Dogota, Soptemlor 6,
3 immarliing the provisions of th
bill reported to the Colombian con-
gress by the committee recently .ap
pointed to study lio condition upon
which tl c (onstruiiloni of the Panti-
ma canal could be atlhorlzod. The
main provisions recomniiluoded by the
committee are:
1. Approval of the action of the
senate In ioJotling the Ilay errian
0 2. Aiuliorlly to be given to the
president to 1onclude Ircauileu for a
Scandal, or to contract for a canal wilih
private lmrLes, isui)Ject.- to the rightsH
of the eompllniotii.
3. Tile Paaniaa Rnllroarl Compa.y
Is permitted to transror its pirolorry.
all exilting oliilgslionsH i lIe assomod
lby the' plr( ha(ctr .lInciiillng iho nnnual
payment of 62350,1iii anil the surretn
der of the priitoprty to Colombia in
4. Tlhe canal conipany o he pcrmit-
ted to Iransfi' r Its righl andl prolp'Oer
on paynlcnl of $ 10.0i01.0 10i) to Ihe gov-
rnmeut of ('r'ltiablna.
5. Aulho)irllyI t(o I), t iv n for the
IpreiHlden of Cuollliiln to mnltk Inn
following ctnt('5slons nadil cnilllon-i:
I.eon.1 of tlio urnnl z.ii for Il(f
yours, Incl lllg tliherein I11fhle lli of
PI'nanni tiuil Coloni. Annual rental.
lit rofor m unll 19(67 to be Sl,0(i .
I.cIase r-'nllwnlile orvery liliinlred ye nr
i wiithli raiLt.- oif t i.r (tcentin in In i lio
tnrtlal (for piril'i. N-.-ilnlr lt'y of ith nati t awli
r<'cognillon of I lie Clomnblan sover-
eignty (ivir the wIhol? tIerllurr' anlI
iho ilihablnitals tlecrt of. l-'lixoed ;i
inllalfs only nll tie canl nl zone. P l:); ..
and sanitary comirnlllto to he ex,-'n-
sively Colombliin. A time limit to to


"Rev." Johnson, Colored, In Grlp of
Law far Stealing $16,000 from
Women Who Aided Him. Many Vessels Wrecked and

The j15,000 robbery, In which Sunk Off Florida Coast.
Misses IBattle, of Darnett, Warren
county, Ga., lost a fortune they heAl
hoarded up for years, had a sensation- SEVERAL LIVES ARE LOST
al soluel in Atlanta, Ta., about noonL LIVES LOST
Friday, says Tie Atlanta Constitutiou,
when two city detectives and a bIcy.le
call oflcer arrested Rev. Bamu"l Additional Particulars of Fierce Gale
Johnson, a negro preacher, and found Whioh Swept Florida Show that
$3,000 of the stolen goods secreted in Enormous Damage Has
hl house. Been ANrought.
Johqson had been living hgh i (he n brought
city, owning two residences and a
store. In his arrest not only has a Further details of the disaster
fortune been recovered, but the old wrought by the storm in Florida wore
fable about the warming of a serpent received In Jacksbnville Monday by
has been retold, as the Rev. Johnsonnall and by passngers on trails.
was well raised and well cared for,by
the two old maiden ladles whom Le The steamer Inchulva, of LIvWIpool,
attacked and robbed, owned by the Inch Shipping Company,
By his treachery to his benefac- from Oiveston, loaded with lumblter
tremees and his cowardly attack on and cott,,n seed ineal and bound lor
them when they looked to him for pio-
toclon, Johnson secured $8.000 in cash llmpton Roads for coal, went ashore
and $7,000 In mill and railroad bon lg near B ynton FIriday night ati '
and stock. The officers have now in o'clock. The ship's steering gear brole
their possession $3,000;; the properly and sit floated at will, strlklig Llte
bi bought with a part of the money beach with greit force and breaking
will amount to about $2,000; this Into three pieces. The captain anl
leaves $3,000 In cash unnacoount 3~ mates ani foulrtueen of the crew wero
for, and $7,000 in bonds andtl stoc. saved. Nine wcro drowned. anliong
Tho ipriener has not eo far told where them the engineer. rTi lioatl had a
the balance of the monr'y and li10 hard tIlnt Ilillng. Onmo wIlli ve mni"I
stocks and bonds have been hidden. In it waI balltered to iletc, by i1e,
Miss Amella and Miss Mary C. D.Bt- wave onil 1'se cOilpatis wtr~L 1
tie, two old maiden ladles, w-ho llvod drownm.il.
qulotly and peaceoaly by themselves T:,,..- vhitner Murtha T. Thomais.
at Barnett, Ga., a small town 113 mrll:' 7"0) Ions Cnptain Wauitis, with a cnario
from Atlanta on the Georgla railroai.l of liumin r, boindJ froii Alpali;chic ).a
wore attacked on the Inght of Dece- for- Daltinloro. wus wrt'cked nine mil,-s
bor 22, 1001. While they alopt, a i so n ii of Jupilrr.. Tlhe Echooiner IB
gro onterod their ..omo by broi-alng split In hanlf. Tih ctrew were all nave-l.
opon a door. One of them faltniil At Palnm leanch tlhe lnitnngo was soi
The other tried to give an outcry lor rloius. (runljor a olpeIa housc was ,p.r-
the purpose of calling 3am Johnson :o tally unroo(e(l as well as hil busiln.ss
their asilstnco-theo negro who was block oi Narcl.s-is street and tils
then in the very act of rubbing linr. wurolihoiut. The Seeminole block fiilf-
The room was dark andn I ho old Indils fortod hevilc y and Iihe Pali'hs block to
coulhl net ase who thi'e burglar wan. a smnllir ext0l-it. Thlo roof of pI'
When ilhe allnimt at rIutcr. was n1n,:, Tropleal Sun building is gonie and all
the negro lchokud IHls Lijttihe in to :n- the glass in tlh lo er front blown ioui.
sensibllity. and prwrcdi-eil to pl- .i .tho Tho Lakl \W'orilh Ne'ws was alPo a
fortlino, which hie must have known heavy sunffterr The rfnsoncl tnip;e'.
was hitld.en In the room. tin Dale couint;- nlate bank anl the
In a client, Iunde r thle libl, the oin new Jeff-ison block were alFo 0gra !y
Swoimen had noer,,clerl $.300(a In gold damaged. A large portion of thei ro 'f
Satil greoelinhels nn l sioek In the Ge-r of the Intter was torn off.
gla railroad and lionld. In an Aiigualla All th; boals on the lake front oa-
coiton mill to the amount of $7,000 ccpt thri., were r nk and are Ioral
Tho money lhadi ice, (cn ilitlly savrd wrecks On the east hile the loss Is
for msany y:irs. lie tljne runnl.ig heavy. The hotel noynl Poinciana was
back before the war Gomj rof the gold slightly damageil.
was daindl In tili fuoril I Many of the DoByold blowing down a number if
tolius w.ro not only (ol], Ibut very rare. trnes an I leaviRg a few sm-nl hiisc-a
The Mliaes Ilntule lad been Implr- sllghlly out of plumb I he :.,rnm d'd
tunod several lnmes to rlnt their mon.'v no damage at Plnnt City.
In a bank. buit they r'-irsaed to do :.,. T'Iwo lives wervi lor In Tampa due to
"Sam Johnsonu was on illh place." Ilhly the storm
oft-'n sabl. "and would pritenA t thcm In Yhor City several :actorles wr-ep
frrcm any thlivos hadly damaged
WVhin the robbery oc 'urred a gr.iat The p-operty loss at Tampa will
sensation wa:. clreat(ld and three or rijach at least $530.n(in, probably more.
four arretis were made ou suspli ln It is p-imactd that half the orange
Among thoso taken In ctistody ,reo crop liar, been cut off around Tamna
two while men. but Ihey were subso. and one-fourth of the east coast.
luenlly released. There were no wires working south
For nearly two ears the robbery of Tamp Monday. and trains were de.
remained a nimyscry and ail hope of played.
recovering thIe f.cilpn fortune had
anhotil inii givon IIt. BULGARIA WARNS ALLIES,
IJohnson hail. In the meantime. ,le-
Scldcr to remove to Atlanna. Ilo came
hTre last Novnember nnd was here on-" Issues Ultimatum Calling for Inter-
a short while wlhti he purchased two ventlon to Stop Massacres,
corner luis ion Murray street In Soumh Swift Action Demanded
Atlanta. On one of the lots he had a
dwelling eroctdI on the. Installment A s-pecial of Monday from Sofia, Bui-
plaii laltr li e had another dwelling garia, sa.s: The Bulgarian govern-
andl store billt, all on the Installhoar ment, through its foreign reprcpenta-
plan. Tihat was a part of Jolinsoes ules, has-i ailhrec.4se a note to the
scheme to get everything on credit In
order to cri-alu the Imprcesion that I.o great powers declaring that thlio port
dhil not have much money. lie opened Is systemntlcolly devastating Macedo-
thl) a aloro and clalunid that all tiue nia nnd massacroing the ChrltP-Tan
-cash he wt slpndlng was made by population, further It says that Tur.
Hsulllng g irocerlcs. lcy iha mobilized her whole army.
A search was nuado of the storo Uad which cannot possibly be for the solc,
lrinme of Jitahson, and hidden behind purprnose suppressing the rcvoliutlin.
a rafter of theo ntgro's house was the Tlherfor', the Bulgarian government
Iltllo tin box which had been taken appeals to the humane sentiment of
with tile monoy front the Miases Bat- Iurope ,o prevent the continuance of
tlo. It ciu,olnad t$3.t00 In gold and tie masRiecre and devastation and to
greenhacks,, ati the gohil opin was stop the mobilization of the Turlkilsh
readily identified. army.
JJohnson mnadl a confession to a Tai mrc iorantltuni concludes with
iparopentaulvo of Tlto Cenalltutlun. the plain atatomnent that unless the
lIe admittted Llitt iu hoad kept all the powers Intervono Bulgarla will bhe
(i,000 in caslh which was stllcn. hIut forced to take such mInoasures as sho
hold out that two other negroes weo may deem necessary.
the lepes in hi robbery Hie do as How London Views Situation.
some o xplae money. his pals didtory not ge The Important note sent by Bulgaria
soemi of the money. I-u1- story about" ,.... *.. ......-.-.- -. -... .... ....

Brief Summary of Most
Imrr ortant Events
of Each Day.

-The Americus, Ga., heirs of the
bli Tison estate, which is soon to be
divided In Australia, have high hopes
of receiving a substantial share.
-Florida is swept by a storm,
which strews wreckage on both east
and west coasts and cuts off com-
munlcation with middle of state.
-The longshoremen's btrlke .at
Now Orleans han been concluded and
a three years' agreement reached.
-Attorneys for the state of Botuth
Carolina In the J. II. Tlllman case will
ash for a new Judge to conduct the
trial, being disestlsflod with Judge
-P'. 0. SBmmons, father of Senator
Snimons, of North Carolina, was mur-
dered Saturday on his plantation,
near Polloclisvillo. N. C.
-The Alabima legislature In con-
sidlring a law aimed at Imontey
sharks, wio are said to practice gre.et
abuses In the state.
-Senator Crmanck of Tennossae,
Is to Introduce a bill In the senate for
the repeal of flfitenthl amendment to
the constltntilon.
-Balvatlon Army corps lort Cleve-
land, Ohio, Sunday for the mouutanlai
of Tonnoaseo anl Kentucky to try
and Christianize the people.
-An explosion of ilynamitc at n y
City, Mich., Sunday killlel two m n'
and Iniijured a niinilmbr of others.
-Russia lhas presenlD1 the Chlnlits
government a new scheme for the
evacuation of Manichuria. I'rince
Chung, president ot the foreign board.
considers Russia's conditions to Le
-The Turks are mailtng a cloutt
sweop of the llignrirlnti at Monatilr.
The heads of twenty two men were
cut off In the presence of their fam-
-Reshli Pasha, the dismissed vail
of Belrut, hns gone to Constantinop'e.
-While squirrel hunting Major Rid-
dle. of Laneaeter, d. C., shot annd
killed his grandson.
-Parls Green placed In a waitr
bucret at Tuscaloosn. Al., lF'riday.
polttoned three white n mn nnd three
-Three prominent citizens of Troy,
Ala., have been bound over on peon-
age charges.
-Two men were killed and five
Injutred in a boiler t-xplosicn r-..ir
Asheville. N. C., Fri :- .
-August .M-l'-he ar. 1 G orge W.
Beavers are tb m.,n. rnr'mnent -,f
the eIs men ,n!h':,,i at Washingt.na
for compilcity In the pI'sial frauds.
It Is alleged that Mach.-n Beavo-s
and their pals robbed the government
In the matter of postal supplies.
-At Pittsburg there Is a clash oe-
tween the civil and military autho l-
ties. Unleti States officers refuse to
ttrn over to the civil authorities a
soldier acciised oi murder.
-A chr load of powder running
wild on the'F'rliso in Kansas, colllil.d
with a train and exploded, killing two
men and Injuring two others.
-It is reported tnat Thomas Tag-
gart, of Indiana, will succeed IFormtr
eonator Jones as chairman of the
democratic national comnnitteo.
-'jurkey, at the rc-quest of the
United States, hr.s renioved the vail
of Beirut.
-Japan annotinces that It is Rus-
sla's' Inlentlon to hloll Manchurl,.
Japan expects hle aid of tno Unitied
States In reslstlng Ifuisla's design,.
-The decisions In the big clalnia
against Venezuela are leing rcnderol.
Venezuela has ben orierlered to piy
th Belgian company $200,0000.
-It sla stated that a squadron of
British bIatlo ships will pay a court-
esy visit to United States waters.
-Firo that started In wholesale
grocery house of Colemun. Tompklns
&t Co., at Nashville, Tenn., rcisultod
In the doath of one person and the
serious Injury of five others.

-Wilford Rosoboro, negro, exe cogo, accepts an invitation to be the
cuted at Statesvllle, N. C., for rlnil- guest of honor at the centennial ne.t
nally assautling and murdering M-3. week.
Beavers a few wcc as ago.
-The cavern near Ountersville.
Ala.. puzzles scFehtlsls. The fisii-o THE ALASKAN COMMISSION.
in the earth was discovered JuIt i --
tor the destruction of St. Pierre. Arrives In London and Is Prepared
-W. E. Murpny, tippointed from for a Busy Meeting,
Georgia to a position In tho office of Secretary of War Elihu Root, OX-
the surveyor general of Arizona. lna Secretary of State John W. Foster,
been removed for receiving illegal
fees. Surveyor G( ieral Price was Hannis Taylor ind Judge John M.
also removed. Dickinson arrived at Livlrpool on the
-The United States ias iH Illtui n Celtic Sunday for the meetings of the
proceedings to extrndlie I.eopo'.d Alaskan boundary commission. They
Stern, the alleged postal grafter, were rocilved by Mr. etherick, as-
who has fled to Canada. alstant Lilited States dispatch agent,
-The yellow fefer roghim' In Max. on behalf of the Amer!'en embassy.
clan cities is very iinllgnant. Out The party went directly to London.
of 128 cases at Merida in August uil. The Canadian commissioners are also
ty proved fatnl. on hand.
--The annual report of Commisslon
er Ware places tie t oisl number f HRASHED TURKISH"MINITER.
pensioners now on the rolls at 99iG,515. THRASHE TURKISH MINISTER.
Mr. Ware dnos not thin)' the roll
will again cross the million liro. Though of Unpronouncablo Name Vic-
-Discussing the raco problem in t tor Was Invincible.
the south before the Essex Club, oi At Vienna, Monay, Diveb Abdullah
Massachussets, Senator Iloar said the Boy, physician to the Turkish embas-
proposition to remove the negroes is sy, attacked and thrashed the Turkish
visionary. ambassand.r. Nedim Boy, whom he ac-
-The flop of General Eimon DBolitar Cused of sending unfavorable reports
Bueskner to the republican party in concerning him to the porte, thereby
the effort to eTect his son in Idw, Col. preventing DJved from securing a bete
onol Morris Belknap, governor of Kou ter position.
lucky, Is the feature of the warm ca:m
palgn Just launched in that Mlate. TAQERT SLATED FOR LEADER.
-At Marseilles, France, many
houses In which persons have died Believed that Indiana Man Will Ba In
of bubonic plague have been put :o Charge of Democratio Campalgn.
the torch. As a result of a number o(.onfter-
-The British foreign office is said ences at Chicago between leAdlag
to have protested to Washington members of the democrats national
against the selzure of several islands committee from the east, o isiddle wot
off Bornto by the United States gun Td the west, it s now believed that
boat Iroquols. Thomas Taggart, committeemn "or
bea t. q niesedl idana, wIll be. I4e new chaimarn, if.
-The Third United LSates artillery. the national committee ad .hela
which has been stationed at Chatra er of tma qext nationAl caumflti-a Ic
mooag, will march FO miles- a resa th | toirmer !Bdi l ?OrSS
mountaitQ t1 0ort.Muersy, 10# .1 k. '
'i ." ..' "" h "' -. tMS.' '
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Cream Xof News.

the woet,
hours at
swept by
known In
The wires
ning, and
ed. On

I -UiIIUVlltl VWI uua wv -~.....
East arid West Coasts.


Middle Florida Ouffere Coeusderabfy
from Fierce Blow-Wires Prosa
treated In Every Direction and
Many Points Isolated.

Beginning Friday morning 'on the
east coast, and Saturday morning on

and lasting twenty-four
each, south Frollda ,as:
the strongest cyclone ever
the history of the section.
went down at the begin-
railroad" service was delay-
that account, no details

ro,'ched thebo oslde until Sunday, aid[
even then tliey were not completo,.
for many placca that were in the cen-
ter of the path of the storm were at
heard from.
At Miami the wind attained a ve-
locity of G5 mnilea per hour. The car
slic- of the anst Coa&n railroad was
lifted from lis foundations, clear of
the cars that were' under it and de-
molishtled, not oven scratching bhe
The tin roofing of the BDlcher block:
was torn off and blown across thou
stirot, completely demollshing thea
froit of Hile building on that side.
Great dnruaoe wias done to plate glass
Large trees were uprooted and sev-
oral small houses were blown down,
but no one was hurt. Sovcral small
boats were built In tlio bay.
Putaeongers oni the 'last Coant traIn,
which arrived nl Jacksonvlllo Suudr
night, recp(rteJ many wrocli aloni
the ahoro between Miami and Hobo'r
soninl. Amon them Is one four-mast'-
ed a id o1ie Ilireeomasted schooner,
and several n.tpllor vesaelL..
One of the Stait;lard Oil Compnny's
large sioamners, with two barges, 13
bonched nnar J1oyntoi. The crew of
fifteen m u wt:ro saved. Tbo bodies
of two Iinliounw- white men ta'ifterl on
tle beach nonr Loynion.
Tlitm aorm did not extend as far
south as Key West, and did no d l-n.
ago as far north as St. Aiignsfine.
Trees and small houeac were blown
down at Cutllor.
At Stuirt fifteen acres of pinoeip-
pie hc-.ls were blown down, as wrII
as the sqw miill .nd sRleds acroeJ the
river and tlhe building occulted by thl
postoflice at Wa Wa. The racing
yacht No. 23 was blown up into tli
woo'l.,. ivwhre ihe now licj high san
dry The rcsid,,nce of Captnlii McNel!
was blown from !tu founiu3tlohs at
At Juaplier the gle blew 75 miles
per hour, with the raui falling In 'or-
renis .
Tahlng a day In crossing tho vo-
ninsula, the storm struck Tampa Sa1t
urdaty morning, soon atltJnIng a .ve-
locity of 70 nilles an hour and raged
all day. Tihe roonng of the Alme:ia
and the De Soto hotels were blow
Several cigar factorl.'s were badly
damaged at Ybor City and several
building' wero unroofed.
In Tanmpa the Hampton block was
unroolfot and six E.mall buildings we--
blowj down. No loss of life Is re-
iporitd. The streets are a tangle of
wires. Strce-t lines itade no effoi t
to rtin cuars. The wires leading from
Tanilu. In all directions are down, and
the ciry was Ieft In total darkness.
The; range and grnpo fruit crops
have hbein gr'.lly Injured, the fruit
being blown from thel trees or gut up
by the iihorns.
At 9 o'clock Sunday night the wires
west of Madison went down, Indlcat-
Ing ilgat thi cyclone was then raging
In middle Florl!la.

Mrs. Gordon Accepts Honor.
A Chicago disipatch says: Mrs. W.
W. Gordon. os Savannahl, Ga., grani-
daughiter of lthe frst settler In Chli






t('l.", .'f' "
" . .

Whem aIarm Flock.
Tlherq IS tleI same necessl tyr hva..
In(; lie' fair illecl 4OBttt of proltaftbl
Indivlduleis that Gepe 1 lt the case of
m fRlocks and held ?it lanrgr auLniAls,
inld la if general' Wuy, the same rulcli
apply to making and manltaeilng such
in look. ''here li often, it tlh farmu
U floke of common Stoek -that Js fresh
rrom ileesso, hard l find vlgorou$, well
acclttlltcd nn4d Well accustomed to itt
surroqudlugitn and yet not very profit-
able. The os a WJo has the core of this
tiocik .ablio iook into the matter and
luarn 1 oesible why it, ls o. Blood
Is iayUt. In P. flock, but it is not every.
tJl'lg. Tho ono who cares for tho
(lock should be r.ble to tall the pro.
ducerq nud uon-producers; he should
kuow ltbe good mothers from those
lhat rpe too lazy to scratch for one
chlekl; should know those that readilly
respond to feed. lie should conild4t
thle p P'po)s for. which the fowls re
rept. : We bodr much to-day about
genera! null speclnl purpose cattlet;the
UneimOt I aStctlons should prevallit 'u
ti e Pg.:try ltlustry. When tli W pOtoU
Iopeor wvlich the flock is to be kept
-IP d clted lipon, wlietlhor for eggsr or
Ienat, weed ont tlhe flock Closely along
this ilqe; procure ai pure-bred male of
One ogt the breeds appropriate to the
iurPi0cl In view, uid grade up the
bardy, rous, igrousael vlec lImpFed bblr(s,
co'utinullt;Hi te ir ioess of 'eelectlor0
from ge!itc'lllon to generation. 'hlI
p)roces Is not so ranpd, of course, as
theo substIttitlon of the pure-bredt flock
from the Stnrt, but it,.s safer, and With
ttfis lucrnslii interest that will be
takoiin as to- c naea, g mnafflgment .'"and
sioetlo Inbilltt n-nd: knrloledge to

v I row for brood ow, when
T~t'lcritt kih~ms n convtnlcnt, cheap
fn'row Ipure'-n for brood sows, whiven a
uitablre ioG-11o lU iet 'l not hfld. It is
intitde-feo aund a half feet square at
'lower i n'-od or where Itt rests on the
ricoundl. All pieces used areo fie and
a tnit feet .lons except part of boards
uillcd na'ross the ends. At top a plece
,''two by fouar tchies by five and a half
frrt long, lircrled at upper side, Is used
for alliug. boards thtlt are placed
tt, anitf down.i Alro a piece two by
fm I icheis Lby fve allnd a half feet long
ut'-owelr end. where itel rests upon the


Cround for nnalig boards o n Front
(iid Is left eintirely open except ao few
boards nailed cross the top to give
stfrengfh. At back side It Is boarded
nitr ofno, tile nqe r'sttitg or the round
Ic 'l1igi 0 (wil t a' ltrionlf tc eet pu 'l tcu

luue (lc seo.ss' 'll' f eelrct oec atd .o
In wtihout frt' byfiT' lr.iotil." At least
.li nt iwrill be the rule. As this pcu i
-rght ns well its strong, Itcan I e picked
tip by two men ntd carried to any
place icslesred. In wet and stormy
weather It can bo reversed or liluiply
lurnied around to protect the pigs fr ni
getting chilled. By making one out
of two aind a hllf foot ttuff It will bei
either turkeys of hens with their broodl
ien. 'lf n few llaths tire nDnled across the
'ront to preyeut thoemollhr from lget-
ting cnt.-Lewi's Olsen, in The Epitou .

Sioe amnd uaiity In Fruit.
The ivaule of a crop of fruit depends
more upon Its qunlity tan linu quauty.
No matter allow largo the geourrl fruit
irtO Pmay' tLb, c hosv heaw'ly.lle 1 111"r
Lrts a ny bo gluttel, goolt rul it will
iwnys serl recuolly, uiid att fhlr prIces.
Nor cnn teli o a Hurplus gron. It
riot sold Iniucientdiey (tie crops mny be-
dried, ervapornted or coanned, for there
will arrive t time whei, sBuch wEill be
I dleomran'l Too much fruit has not
yet beit produced durllug any season.,
heliae th blackberry wna mndo a cule I
tivnted crop It wau predicted that, as ,
the reucp corners nnl nl hnudoicd locna.
lions Ind always nffordod a supply, i
the introduction of largo quhntilltes olf
Ilo cultivated kinds would enuder
tirlcea too low to realize profits: but as
ile crops were ncreasled tho berries
\''yrc lIlprovdy, nnd a dlmiou d was
risntcd tlinth prw l with ie supply, the b
onsriequelco beIng that, although ar.
lends iare slllppd to our large c cities
llrIng the ft'ulit season, the plces hav o
Iicen higher toinu at any other prevlout I
lilem when the crop grew wild. The
Inme rulo applies to other fruit crops.
As the supply Increases, the fruit-
:irowniers endeavor to advny ce prices by

Improving the e'ze and quality of the i
fruit. There are many ways open for
Ilr'eerving the crops. Such crops as
nipples, pears, peaches, plums and
c'i'hirlT'.s may be evaporated and stored,
while elder, wine and vinegrr are also
I .olucts, to tay nothing of the varloul
itnehods of canning and preserving i
tile dlifferentkithtds of fruit'. In ventur-
1ig upon fruit growing, tho varieties
selected should be tbmoe best adapted
i the Wnfatlin VfWich thiy We to be
grown,' prolocacy, hardiness 'and
iiunllty being the chief conslderat'ons.
And It must not be overlooked that
tome varieties require special cultlva-
I'o. whbUo the crbracter of the soil is
'tlo no Important factor. In market-
Ing f xtit something ltependo upon those
ulode oC shipment, while the manner
of harvesting and the proper time foe
so dong .largely affects the keeping
qlblitlep. Like every other pursuit,
lnbor la ieceesary. Preventing Insect
depredations and pruning at the right
nomeat calls for good Judgment and
tarcful attentlon.-Phlandelphlf Record.

1etfoa l uYor Hata,
A. sig -s displayed in the elevntorl
of an Ifflce building in Washlngton,
whleh gais: ,'Aa tha is public car,
gentletnen need not remove' their hate."

Fiuree reEeatly published In Chria
tlania slow that the amdont of money
seat. hooi ,re the Imhided Btates by
.itlui i tlianst V--- r. ten,
uniCC ~r
r 74hl~~a''"

APRiECi9'1O N.
"How did you llik the muelo at the
I awmhoy concert?"
"Mrs. Torque and I got into BUel a
llscuaaslon about its beauty and teah.
i niquG that I really hadn't a IL o anc
t f l K n intn ,, _... .-

S..... ,-U ,oI. --IJllla oro] Hnerald.

'lltl Anlinulm In (ppllvly .
Captlvliy chrin ,'s ainlinnat' hnatre.
A lion captiirtd wlhn' it is full grown
Ltill tWLWnys e Irncllherons, but Ilona.
tigers, 'i)panrds or other carniverouts
nnnimals tlt have been hlor n u captiv-
ity calln 'betiamed till they 'ire quite
as gentle udl affectionate ns poodio
Deafinne Coannnt Ste COuvr
by local ippllotllons its they o tnnot r6oh thfe
4lsoe sed rttonot tho er,.There Is only bne
way~to0 uro delatnss, anti that !s by oivstl.
tutionalroemedles.4 Deafnoss is onasod by an
Inflamed condltlon ot. the mudoous llhzmr at
t)ie tiastnadhlian Tubs. Wheon this tube ~I ta-
flamedyou havo it runiblln sound Oltm W-
leot hoarlig and when it I4 ontirely ol otd
De tness tI the rogslt, tand ualoss the itlanam
tiltton cmi bo taken out 'nd thistube re-
stored toltis uornul condition, hearingnl ill
be destrovyd forever. Nine oaeos out of ten
aor.oituste' by ct strrlh whteh s nothing btt na
lJfanmeld nooulthtio of the iiuneoua surtnaoe.
VWe will fivo Ono llunredl Dolllrsfor any
onas oDnonltioss(e:\iu.od by catarrh)thlt eium-
tDit be care by llall' CatIIrrh Cure. Oteji( fOr
ctrulnars troi, P. J., Cuittr& Co., Tolodo,O.
Bold by DUrl'Ilsts 75c.
liali'd Fiilly Pill aro tho bos+.
'n1n tlihl> Islilletr of tho ornroe.
W'lieu Dr. Erwviu's possessions were
in tin.rsit hotwoeln O1laholnn nnd IMor-
r1ll, Kan.. last March, n tlne Arabilan
11ho01 was lost froln tihe car. Thle
horse ttrniid il u last week ot its old
hole in Ohtlhonii nnd was all right.-
".alnsaus City Jolurnil,

Eou tac ia-How pleased Eleanor
looks tonight!
Edmonoia-Yes; she'a e thej hbad 'a
-proposal or some man has sent her a
box of cnndy.--Detroit Froo Press.


Mrs. E. B. Bradshaw, of
Oithrie, Okla., cured of a severe
cae by Lydia E. Pinklmha 's
Vegetable. Compound.
..A reat many women suffer with a
form of intalmgction or dyspepsia which
d;)es not sic'm to yield to ordinary
cicmdicial treatment. Whil the symp-
tomn-i cen to bo similar to those of
ordinary indigestlon, yet the mcdi-
cines universally prescribed do not
seel u to restore the patient'u normal
M1rs. Pinkhlaisn claims that there
la a kind of dyKpepsli; that is caused
by derantgements (i the, femnualo organ-
i3in, and which, while it causes dia-
turbaincc sinilar to ordinary indiges-
tion. cautiot eto relieved without a
medicine which not only acts as a
htomuach lonic, butl hu peculiar uterine-
tonic effect as well.
Thoisandt.s of testimonial tct-
tme's prove beyond qliestion that
niotiliing will rcli eve thlau distress-
ilg condition so srcely it L.ydia
E. Pinkcham's VCgotabloe Com--
pound. It always Works in har-
nt tlr nwthl tlae famunin usvaRnsten



The tdeil kitllhen.
Tho Ittclieul Is ludeed the Inhborinory
of the IIhoIR. It Is tile sourceo f I i
health. comfort, nmil, otne milghtl Fin
happilless of the lhoisehlold. No ilrt t
of tile hoiurF'hohl cnlls for isch tel'tirfil,
i sulh liy.glrnllc conditions as dot('s thi
kitchen. Extreme cleanllness nnd fresh
nir mro geicorally conceded to lo. tlo,
first colsideoratk)uls.
Thie Ideal kitchen hliould hlIve a tiled
Poor or one covered with ltioleulu.
The walls should,. tf possible, be tiled
or of harl-'d41ilshed plaster, The pl)itlil-I
Ing shoutli be exposed atid tlhei slihold
lite. li ample sink to prevelltt the slop-
piing of greasy water oui the floor.
There shoIidld b 'na Iirge-eied iood oYer
the range to allowtl.silmoke nud odors
to esncap through the chTmnouy.
ThI furnishings of thie climuney
should be complete nod should cou-
slst of numerous shelves holding boxes
for tile kitchelii supplies. 'There should
LWe bgsi for soiled towels and nprolu
and cleau drawers to put thuem away
These rudlimentiiry suggestions will
probably sound rather tiuperfluous 'o
the expert housekeeper, bUt they mtny
prove of value to the nuimberless ones
who do not observe these first princl-
ile s.
When a kitchen Is so attractive that
n memubor of the fanmly will take tlhe
sowing Itito a cozy corner of it suiih
n kitchen miast be an Ideal one.-Amner-
letUi Qnteeli

A Colonlal Mirror.
In Securing the proper atmosplthre
Iwllhi 1,e rllo')oduictlols of l'bniarlng
('olonlnil luterors; so often soei liO1;-
(lnys In tlie inodernl housi, nre nuces-
ti iry qaiinlt old cnbhtiiots, queer slutpi'd
(oll'hcets tiunrli blues, old hinun cloots
nod pl)Ces4es, old 'tnltloy clhtsts, grnlitdl.
fathers' ('lo(ks, etc. With e t!tse, not(;
only to lighten dark spaces, butt Ias coi.
sistelt with tie treatmetlat nud to ie
orimt0ntallt l tis well, a'rt; used in lumlnlier



of mirrors, always of strictly Coloulal
One of the most effective of these
minors Is sllownt herewith. Oflet these
iult ors are severely plill, iand Ihave :t11
ill-gllt ILoidlug, but this one Is ii
quaint, faiuelful conceit lI ninliogiu
and gilt, and Is decidedly iawny from
the uesial commonplace effects.

MIrs. tinkhnrn alvliseM sick Cryuing Good f'onr nllieis
womenll re. Aiddi.ress Lynn, Mlas6. t Mis Mbrlinna Wholeer, for twel-vi
Gos p.Pr of. e- ari Superilntleden of lie New York
i'r.. C'rawlru'Id--l lvu teih much Blbles' llotuplll, 1 niutliorliy for Il.(
?tntement tlin Iat t Isbeneiclnal to lit
nlMlr.^ C
NIs CraL n %t-W -h3 t to cry, providled tlhny do uot ctry
M lis Crol, lnun --\Why.. they'rO so
rich that, if they lr.r lrroeld, they co.il other should not littl
afford It rLay In rown al blnummLer.- Ing on the ,art ofr ier' ,by dlislurb
Reptelnlmer iiinart S't. lerr." hlle R.nyp. "Cryinig l flip onl.v
ST Tluethod n childll los of exercllIing 111
STUART'S lungs, lie Toe0s lot bi'atliih d,'ill.v
(RNaIand BUCHU enough In early Infancy to 11 ill il
To all whosluffer orio thie frinlds oflhbne lgllllS. ali llby i4 y till (OclsHlonl IgOO.I
who s- ffr with Khlney., .lver., heart. bladder slicreanm, (t(lu bly Iioldilllg III llIn broI:lll h
or B,.,I dldoe r.t-, a salnie WItlle qft tiunrt'm
GIaI and MBlini. lhe great .olt ihrin Kidney i Il grndually expanlds anidl trillelregill
.l ver Medilellie. ll bs iput at nl oliel ife,. of his bretlhliig nlpparatns. I would notl '
cet, Ms.eltlonn ti0le aiarr Address TUILRT
111UO l'o I1.' I ,o'Sll ti Atlant. Oa. advisee n muioter to let her tlnlhy (ry
.- .iby the hour, but If he should wlihout
Sa nuiy apparel't rnusn cry violently, ool I
'over rhi clothinllg cnrfcrill' I, s thEt lier'
L iver P ills nre no wrukl'es or phis Jditturlling jiln.' F
That's what you need; some- thalllt li ili1. nI t t 'het 'e 1,n r lein
I warm; then. If there %eeni no renerus A
thing to cure your biliousness, !ror his cryhg, or Icflie stops onr roo
and regulate your bowels. You ,, picked up. put him douw nnd Iut -
need Ayei's Pills. Vegetable; Inm cry it out."-Publlc Ledger.
gently laxative. .. .A o ..r e.
gentlyLoel. Ma. Arrangement of DIrapery
S- '1 Tile Iceynoto of 4lc Interior of hi( P
Want your moustache or beard house beautlil, forms its canrneer i ,
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use ,he aip ortletl nrrangemeirnt of Ilip drnp'r- ,
fBUCi NGHAM'S YE d.I, sny. tlie ILos Angcles TIIi'. 'JT', i
BU IU AM' rrrniDY tienleent should give tlie form of f
nm rrs-. or(DOllUiinlro n .r P. nALLa s.e e 1111 an idea. Tilel s as a important as It in
--- to produce n lharmonlone color Bchemie,.
The Watins"Boy"Hay Pres which Imakes the colors blend in tone


J fIf
Two itv tpr erall ,MrTBP I Inn other piwer need.
r l'l ..nl tli, orwp rlpll In th fld at IPM \
lll iroPIt ,( hlltlinKl 1>F hl pros. It doillT lol I
of olier thllin nndl roesti only Il2. Wrir
Us at LoncS for Feirclitsr No 7
E, E. LOWE CO., Atlanta, Georgia.

C pTeS sick stomachs and
achin I head I s loyd
for chdrm too.' '1
.Ut Dru I ,fts ...i. .. .
or by mait.
TgE TARRAWn CO.ChelinIt1HewTot I AisnTiLO DlAPUBai.
Thp Scholastic Mouse. like chords In murlc. One curved line
8ald the mouse with acholatlcal nat, ougkt to be In harmony with another.
"I will study the subject of cat-" The llustratton present a ScblRme to
But when pass gave a yawn, makse a high door look lower id yet
Mr, Mousfe was gone naintateo,s' stately appearaipe. T
Miub qaltcer than. yon. ..could sma jaterialasied Is fftfy l nael yld ad
'Bealn" *j Ioy urIFSIc S n1 ripeua #54 M4d hpn.
.-In,, a n. l pwiksl &AP13. e.- wn t
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Why O' Love.

.ovo flillds a way." so runa the tlie-
worn staying:
io, when lhat lllllu naked god gi" in
Within thie bacrelt precincts of the

'horlin toi prdil lou w el hin siihlle ari,
Twore bist lo capture and to clo eh ly
bind him;
.i'st, whon thil morrow dawns, onsi
i'unnol fnnil him.
F'or lth sly rasral knows his way
And wlcrt. lie can steal In, lie ,an
steal oiut
-Iepatrice It ice, In He'pteniler
Hmart Hot. ,

A now festaire In Alnsloo's Is a ce
partmnitii of revieWs o(f current flc:litin,
nltllci ] "l-',ir Ijrll liverr t.'' II Is cun.
lucled In bright, rhaily tlyle by ai
*rilt c who evidelntly has an open mind
or the products of any of the schu-'.s
if fiction. In the September il ie
Ihero is a partlheilorly interesilig
itatrmeant on fictlin In genoraln apro-
is of John U. Barry'l novel, 'A
)a.iiugher of ThierplH." Thite dtepart-
nment, as a whole, Is a good guide for
hei function reader.

The clash of arms and Iho romance
if fove are comm'lnled with elngil.
ar charm In the complete novel of Lip.
pincott's for Septenmber. It In called
'The Jlaide that Won." and Is by Bur-
on Egbert Stevenson.

"Yotr new brother sl the eleventh
child nl the family, Ia be not?" asked
the caller.
"Yes, ma'am," said the little girl.
"Have you named him yet?"
"I think we're going to name him
Jerusalem. That's what papa called
him when he, was born."-Chlcago

r;. ..
~ ~~~;~ .. '
IW~ ~II~L~LWIR~' ~Y~~I, allrur~~rr r r.

II a


Weman Pell Nearly 00 PFeet" t a
Co.vaaes While AlaIti.
Mtlr. A. 8. Johtle, well known to a
large circlIo 1i New York, is recover-
Ing, according to the latest Informa-
tlon, from the curious mishap which
befell her while she was exploring in
the Tonomlto Valley, Cal.
hMr. Johns left her hotel, Glacier
Point, Monday afternoon. She was
alone, havingg leot her friend, Mrs.
Lewis, at thb6. hotel. Mrs. John' fel
nearly three hundred eeoot down tho
slanting aldo of a cliff while on a two-
mile walk to the fltsMros. The pailh
led roundd 'the SLmtinel., Dome, back
ft which Is a giant crevasee, aiid It.
was here that she mot with the acci-
dent. When she did/ not return at
night her friend became greatly
alarmed, and- eearch was Instituted.
Early yosteorday morning the eearch-
Ing party started o0t again and Mrs.
Pot tr, a olerk tit the hotel, discov-
ored the almost lifeless form of Mrs.
Johns on a narrow ledge of rocks that
|utted out fronm tho Itsop aldoe of h
precipice Lhat reared Itself for thou-
sands of feet, The lodge was over 800
feet below the narrow patch. Potter,
after fruitless endeavors to reach the
ledge, rotlrned to the hotel for help.
TFopen and a stretcher were taken to
th spot and work was at once begun
to extricate Mrs. Johns from tiher per,
lous position. The only- thing that
saved her from death when she fell
was the juniper bushes and scrub
ec-dtr trees on the stiles of the clli~.
These had broken her fall.
Potter was lowered to the ledgo up-
on which rested the body of Mro.
Johns, She was found to be conselous
but barely able to speak. A rope was
'attened around her waist and an ef-
fort was made to hoist her to the
path. above. Because of her 'weight
this was found to ho Impractical, '"e-
ow the lodge upon which she lay wan-
a similar loilg a hundred or word0
'eet below. Her body was lowered to
hts pledgee.
-A mountain guide joined Potter, and
aftor they. had descended to the lodge
,n whIcth they had lowered Mrs. Tohna
heioy took her between them ap.tj made
their way around the precipice and
finally reached (tho path above. Mrs,
rohns's escape from death was nothing
short of miraculous.

Human Nature' and Street Cars.
"The street ,car in a good, place to
shlldy human nature," said the ohser-
vant rman, "and there are many. rea-
ions why this la so. In the first place,
f you want 'to stuldy Itumttn natuiro,
oui inlst got It hcrntied ip for a while,
eloge In on to It, s t It wero, and hold
t lotig enough to ring out whatever
ic'ln.lize(d line thoro lmay bo in tho
ainrtlellnr specli no. Short lihninn
naturo studllft may ho l)iraustld In the
st rv-itR, hut they nre flashy, as a rlle,
and stlh c'eonclaslons as one may reancl
aro not amanto as they nmlght he, It
.s different-',In the street car. In it
way nOnn itld womn Roneom to he it
IhoMo jn the street car.- They are off
irdBOs pardoe, Thllre ono may flin
ioninwhat of the nhandon of the home.
Men and woInten aro thomselvoas for a
little while. At least, some of them
are. fhut the oblef advantage is In tho
fact that tim closo observer has a
'hance to scrutlnizo them; to study
line and ligament; to watch fac-
lal exirermsl; to t traco lip ccccen-
tricltica; to Reo thte .peculiar glaine
Ints of th1. r :'o; to listen to the chat-
or and to thus got the mental bent.
of then Individnlal. Inder those cir-
cumstances the man who is a
close observer cnn cansly de.
velop the mtoro striking trait of the
person thu1q watcliod. Aniid I may roe
mark that spoclal writers, men who
to a here and there stunt on nowspap-
port, men who write of the odds and
ends of Ilfo, Inildent. humor, tragedy,
hletory. rotr-, plilosi)liy 511 i ind o iir
ihlnis, meon of ltils kindl are n thI i
blslt t of sIItidillng ntomo Illmn on 1irl'ct
'ars 'very tany jliHt to 11i a Ilnn tin
oli hiiiinan nutiiri,. nnil thny always get
It."-Now Orlouns Timons-l)mocrat,

vt.e 1 (lll1 1 1)ul lisllih U 01t, W t-ill 1 i J t
vawviy from mu bale k i!tu .the wood!
-Septomber Lippltntlt'8.

FI'rsrprnnnmn tly cored. N'i. fi(s or noi'vou.l-
noss artr first itt 'i use Ni'rvell'tstoror. t trial tot n 1,1t itl tr lDr. ,11,.II KL,iNat.1 t., Wi Arti'h St., Philbi.,'Pa.
ldllMany mnkelr are now blihilinlg g ft on'
lnima of 21t0 hliorseo i)tlwvr, nll iroe1 readily to
double this efficiency.
I1.o0 Illt nl-00'o-ontd SItl'tl Illillso (i'ir.
If youI can UHU the in ht Lilti 500-pounil titiol
ruiti tlsitIdo iI t1oi wt.,il, Jil iro wIlling mt
ilavo It pIlalo illn your owtml homn on titr'.;o
niontlhi' frtno Irlal, just olt t his l noati oilt
unal sind It to tiluAM. Ito I lUCK t A Co., (ltl-
cgo, ull t yost 'will roelI vo treo by rtlttirn
U.17 a big phlietiiro ftlo stool r>I'tlgo anltt
uatily otlhr coo .ili t4l lahntlnR lltov'os yon
will nlso rectiolvo tltu mnypt wondertll 1l.0o
Itol rango oflkr, ann o~Ter thlut pliaets the
hiest stobl r)nKto or he of any faulmlly; f alh an It (iff (it no fainlly
tn tho land, no tiltttr. whpt tihir. clriuitu-
itkn nidl li wllithout tho )biet ookltng or hoattag
slovO intitlo.
tilY Iv llan ii c i. r afil 5tl t i ago troplti nation
on whtulst is not lou;il inlt uabotit illii.
tMrs. Wi n low's tioot t ilg R yriu1 for O hllren
t -qetlilg, softoil lttie gIIli K, r7- lit (wt i li(litii iil-
tlon ,lltntys I ,to l.rliitMer wlnrtI ,lli, >. lIof thIs p 1r ,

i'The huiket iwoiks ai lof 1..it the 0...
II, ia c aier to rim in ito (lsoth thoe
crawl out.
IT. 1.t, s nal p ONP, of Athlnta, (t., nro
(lio onlyatwonlshfil Dropoy Pi0eolulhldL lhi tlilo
wo.rld. aoo thl ar alboral ol'riltn lvorlmor-
ingoodt iper phor coklitai o thes pittr
The baleir worksinds all lone at the; lit0
I i o's Cguro olitlit il too I thillysoke e t
os otiolIthis llsr o-. -, W.l O',Ittv, Ula Thiinr
AvitiUO, N., I tlllne iuko illi, Ml l.,mit i; t t190.
D)iartlld hue l taru lims 'c to eooll thie
l hiti'i lut> us h illy .

brouigitto mmt''t
PUTnMAh IF'Attt(lmrima D1YKH color mOtr0
goods, per package, thlao outerr,
Tihe smalleot .rni'lds are tlio once lhlt
lti cl i alimcd tlio uiosl.
' n ilr (c t l oll C'rop- .tiwel' y 'fl1ri .
it bLiotgl to i cUll t- r .m it ilt' i.the h ly
of cottoli t ti yeulr 1will h2,d filly t!i ul
to nil rcoltilrcillon indl tltich rpcioli
platilitrt of tlihe iothl will dlollllbet i nic(
w\le lYs In lll 4 ig lip r cooii o llItey linvl
riitls jill o ita t po i.tlly i s ) a ll C lit
brougit,' ti o 11 lltl'lc i't.
Tim'o 1 1in rllll-c 11ni t 1 lll li lrti c rl
oni tnhei ) ttoli I ('l.o, I.h sli'd 1oi lilth ;d Ol
wcellt e lii er, til elM tt 1 co1ntlitoltn i iH' lir
ciropi 2i1.1, T lil'l i; 1 u l1 p Ii't ctit. I l r
IllI tliht r itloirt itl the t rillor I lir l, il ,

S ou t r, ii Ii' nt- il It (i how Jlyw If il)

Tcellise lif nt iih fol Io r (i.l iii. '.ltlit ht i
ot totIIl tO .fwcIy-ollf t ptr Hlit, o'vr'1 hlin4t

y 'll'itr, lni1ho itia rolh iiilo whiclit Ist
lho ecn'iul eiit of blouti l 2,000,(.)(l bl ;
of Cott> on. Thl> lilllc-ittcd w'lp 18, tl'i'0-.
rore, souitwolei'to I1 t-hio teI'l i.ll) orhd

Slblo (ht ha ti ll 'ly, frlotl, or l)id lvciti;-

or -ov orllut'i. i i l o IIlli. l'ti ctl l i ii H'-
retililcd ulidoulitd Iy1101 tlmuli 10llt li low.
er rc (luas. It i io to me ho l oil. tlit ll
t('1olts i i ul h ltIr i ii the h huolih will iiit

Ibo tl l i e i ly 'l'ilhf rsI li'tMi liil' liot l-
Ingi thou tll oi tli tI llhitty wiiilly II
nil! ro itrnry 1. N1l it11 II H rnil lly i11 It

.Coirilem tll Ne irly iill iiillhollrlliis iil'o
tolliu liltitor 'y of tIi o (ov'ii lr.i ii i t-

\. ,1ll- Ik n ol IV ii e x p el r tll ii l tc r Is olio Oix ll
tlon i- l ily -ili iet ; itil th m~i l l .J(7700 ,-
0 00 lxille(. Jl il Ih onH, ofir< i h ll( Newl,
York .onrillil u)( (tomilloir'O. lli h!\te q
n b o lit bll v I illiII
li 'ii illy liu r lll h I t' n Ir i r lil- i i'ill-,mi

iill hy'o11 II hH i lt'I s h'li II Iily l l'riil y ill
III1 firt l, lill 'i ll t'ir il l f ll llilllihr'l lllilI
Ili g n ild p rod- ill l llta I h r t' < llt i.

jtudy Browning.
R oI ho rt ilrow nilig I Ui hild lillit 'lly a
w r l (( .r dl lll 'ui li a in i o liH t'll l It, |ii lrhI, ip
llit, g rp nlcir nliii inli r ior liI. pii rin ll u,
fo r a l l l h ai l. 1) in h a s i ii --i iiii I'i In ,'
Ill a vo rivvnplc pov ,m, n d lri:. (i vr ii
In sliglu v, l'i-s; or t*villi 11 I1lt, fir tv.l,,

lilln ihll r IIllly 10l


I have used your Hair Vigor
for five years and am grcstly
pleased wilh it. It certainly re-
stores the Qriginal color to gray
hair. It keeps my halrsotl.,"-Mrb.
Helen Kilkenny,New Portland, Me.

Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
and it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow.
IL. 1 istile., All d4 lrsia .
If your drlllilt annt upyly oiT,
Mnd tr ore d4l r "ud we wlIl e*prm
n bbottle. Bo aure ad I*vo tie name
a 0lmr-lresteraI omee l. Altdrrs,
.J.C. AYI l 4:0., lwlUMa".

JRillroad Fare Pald. 500
l r s6I o I tour Offered.
,, .. .....

-Remmber this whenyou tl et
Weather Clothn and look for the
name TOWER on'h buUon,.
This sign and thio norm Iw stood
for the B5 T during lx-3trwvgl
tear of Increasilng S4lte
Niosur dealer wlltnot mujWyou write for
free catalogue of black or yellow water
roof oiled coots jllckers, jult h at. and
horse goods for all kinds of wat work.
A. TOWER CO, T., ('0Wr.1

Atl A rbOtUItUn Ilbt0wlYItrIlV .
l s, UiOl 5 lid 50 i l hn 'lrgitVor' ;.
^Xi^w m tlkt Hso

.04 h'lo iaiU.lm
Al'U/o 'nsd.


*3.2 & '3 SHOES 1t
Yoni Clmi osave from 98 to ITyearly by
working W. L. DuuglaU 98.0 o0r 8 Ihoes.
t10ll |, 11 114111 l(llft- .
l tii'i l liil tlmcsI l t

IlPIr Sitit ilt iltyh i u1 r
ItLl lr t iilit ity oii
I IJn li I y ristill tidinn
iitilu l l rs ,n ry' li

l'urolln n i I lluthih
lgr ',lit flat.L ea!s r i tstaIts.
141111. 1 .., 1 .te11, i 9r)
tOur f4 it '1 d ,.tnii ui an rc.
Nlrri, is It llll l. xr e ronl i. t liu t
4 al lu n rrrn e 11,01 '1 1 Urorkloh, sa.
ltipannsTit ulas lure
the Ibstt dyspeiialn
rnsdlclnsne ever uade.
A liii red inillllois
ofl tiitu1 Ilavie blh.ti
liolll Ii tie ulntl'ed
Htlat1 iin a ustlIcl
y ar. l;vr-ry Illuse
arlalrg from a dilordurilid stimitncli Ih
rellervd or t'uri-il bly Ilrir iii ". Ho
co(ni0O111 IH It h1111t dlltin'rs uilglunla
froi l in I lioiilnch it iniiiy l',r sil'I'ly as-
si rtltd Ihli're is no cit111111 i ln 1 f 111
henillh tlh'.t will not Ilv lI.-i, Illcd or
eutri'ul by h Ii't ulic Isioliitil i.-M itof ItItiniiN
'nl iileS. 1' l' il inus Iiomv ilin iii tnd
spcak hlghtly of flilrll. All liiggilsl
se'll I rln. TI',n ltI '... nu--i Ipa kige la
elloitlgh for nit o rdil Ilnny ti -' i lso alld
tlie unlinty otull'. silly ,, i'iN, conlila l
a lhoueicllll illupply for a year. Oune
genciorilly gilvts rille wllhin Iwenty


Physicians dSurgeons
FPl,nt labomralrTli In time Soutllh. OIIitleal
aIsgi1imitd ilri iuri'lsrll. IaatlOoI foatlls ,a
Tl,&nnlrdUl Wirite for catl)otuao 4 ,.
w. Ft. ItaNolllCK(. lIean. AnslAtlIA '
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Avery & Company

5t~fttII Seuthfl.Voi~smyt-it Iclt.,, Adeatusn, Ge
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LMA c-o` N E. RY

Reliable Prick Englnes. Bollers,
lzes. Wheat 8eparltors.

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Large Engines and Bollers supplied,
promptly. 8hlnqgl Mills, Corn Mili,
Circular BieWSSaw Teeth,Patent DOgs
Team 4Ovor soi, Full l i ne nln
Mlil Supplles., Bend for free C1atnlogUo,

lito l M lt ll h I o irIw tillhtl .
eCUL.8aW Im1n YOUR HAil llit
nIf u ttl v erlta. Fuo g \VII'iihn r IIlll "
\z 'nrllei t llll lr1 i tml' l allri il Ih-
ll0ld fuir iA00 l I IMA V Ii .I1I1 lIl>AIl'Dil
OTTAND V lAIM* V4 or'ATion Wre for tall'
Id qn orlii lvrti 'lrc 'nlran ls ri ,hwilifihi~ u rt'l hy tlhe
E8 r ON W )ilt ,W I1it.irjil -Ha ij11.N.O.

irt Y0ou don't Want


ti(1tWAt rll itt lrTA'rtcInA I
A II f lin hi it hlilrf ira lirrltlnim r f ,,I, il inla kol
lie liqolr nll( n iri l -IAY il 114 irnmrr. tly haru i-
i n, Mul(ll rtll tl o It'rli .
AnlIf youn r il rl ntlt q I h l n' I It tr I will ni lit lI by
III mlliu rutiH| t ,f'J IO antsl III atllllPl".
A.ltlram. CARPENTER & CO.,
Louisville, Ky.

"1 ha tromblawllp i my bost. wli mahs lo I
iblqn| mitne. Ir e wM r n ras l h t Jip
Wl h ipa Mrlrtal ould iot.
ypqr t al.is ~rrOb. and .*ipaIl Wam 'o wIN t lb f 1!i
!'Clali" tili qia:m fl Swfrti ll sriaa a a'

i ni ih I. Cn, N. ".

N wen sill"a b Eul' ow Imuh.0:94 f pili
iayfee IcM mreouarso ryour mollusy baci
SsH~ua Ermicly Co., Citiess or tNsY~5i ~
The Great Beatsi andWee40

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t' witU'

i--v V~ni MA M&IOV116L 91' FLA.

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Bear-'<..ing Without a Gun. FALL KIDNEY CHILLS.,
An old huniicr told mo ttilsa story,
which l.will mli ili lmy owni words:; With the chilling nir of fall comes an limls and draopty signs vanish. They
"ii>d still .i-r hia.r )I time Ilnite I extra ttsx nn wel lin iicr s.- It's't lm iithe correct urtnr witl brtlick dlust B.dilment,
Ilclt d a II r i, lh.it t y iv g li Ni. o l) i ln'a Kitininj I'ill1s oro odtil--iiigw hih eo d, pain al In Pa l dribbling,
W oll, 1 1 i'i ,*II l, i, ,, tl ,' l'iocgnizedi tho world tvtr as thu cliuf fnrtiiency, it.l lwettin .", tl0.t.'s Kidleyr
dllw II t lii 't.;. w a t K lnldv iidt lllhndd(Ter r t ly. Pills re oti 'e calcll a virl a rivel. IRllevoe
o u i" *, c: l~A ing balircks re easrt I. ll., Ilrk, lnd hlert alrkil li.'l l ]epitlas0Iiscll, hr'Iduli'icho,
roantliin Ihroiih ih,' vi' .tilj \\ ii, ii p iint over fnlc. t' llig of Ili l nervoul iis., ill i'lCs.
weapon of ditiut.1. WIth, i. lt l ,, ...- -. .--- ..---. ----- _--.- r p,,, a
ror. I saw a 1von1il'il I tr iii '.11: r. i n.Iv o -. i ItW l ,li r .,rtr i i reol n -
ward me 'Ith oii ,iit ..in Ih 1col I loof *ii'it K idlety P lls.
ward me ifh ,,.',, ,. do .,'r fl, i. iio I iuve iMLo
Ing jaw s! "I uaidn't itho lulln l toi a Iv d .,,i, |, aon I / i _- l n ui, lilmyili L a ,. hs chAl
to do, so I l h4 north ln I i ; tlal,! ,tii Ie, R,,,\ ,. ,, nur drrru I, ri'YlI .l. M. .itt ar se tromU
1.. MILSo C B IT S tlr-lir arell to trlo 3uble. 1
scttai'od to d0ath. As thah boar s-pra.sg i ,' i ;'i::,' ii 'iI P l tw lin t, d, yash.l,,,. .,, B
arm to proltIt tonrot nysvlf, andil iy h tnd c li ira IIaIc li
1p:1 : I ..tnti vely ptt t a C l 11IIlI I hli llt oereto
e l 'Im.I I tI ..I I, I '-, ,- .jL _fA Cm _m W
wont Into his nuomlth! The1n15 h1 ap1 Y 'X' n l '-14 'I.l' '' iitxt." rliminlfin lmua.
I,w itil lmid 4111, a... Saxtil. illi um ii r. ...
thought secl1d i eo! I thrust nty t ,i d ii4 t ii.t l t NAPA. r ......I ....... ...........
i a tertier, grabbed iolfd ori lS -i 'rl, l:i'k.tch'oi I 5l 1 't'I'' iL i i utv .., r "Ial n i
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l wt't: ltl Jrlll, lq.lllO, ^ jJ^ '


as It's the $hoets that hit that count. Winchester
T Rifle anid Pistol Cartridges in all caliber hit, that is,
': they shoot a;4urately and strike a good, hard, pene-
trating blow. This is the kind ofctartridges you will get,
m if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make.







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Stlell w l r, If any one of our readers should An exchange presents a cartoon pc
SD.' B. GODWIN. discover a rent in his coat, and showing how Florida counties are w
Editor and Proprietor, send the epat to a tailor for repairs going dry. Each county is repre- JC
.and the tailor should return the sented ns a Ibarrel (the county's al
RI tered April 28, 19 0, at Gaineaville, garment with the opening made name on the head) and several w
Pla., as second-class matter, under Act of larger by trimming the edges of the counties, including Alaclhia, are gl
I";; Coogreas of March j. 1s79. cloth around the hole, what would 'labeled "dry," while a loug, lean, pc
Published every Tueday and Friday, the owner of the coat think of the lank looking fellow labeled "pro- tl
at1.00 year n advaance d tailor as a mender? He would cer- hibition," is represented as turning ca
5o. Cents for Six Months, tainly think the tailor a very poor the contents out of the Columbia re
25 Cents for Three Months. workman, or that he had 'failed to barrel. Ill the picture is to be seen S
S- -- understand' what was wanted by an ugly animal representing the
S Local Readers in brevere type, 5 cents hsvcustomer blind tiger.
a line for each insertion. Well, Editor Harris' long edito- The cartoon is quite pleasing to
Space for display advertisements priced rial in lest Sunday's Ocala Banner, the saloon men and their sympa. a
on application. which appeared as the editor's thizers, because it is a picture r(
S- p p-- reface to MayorThomas' letter re- speech against prohibition, i. e., c
Will the politicians go into win- plying to Mrs. Brake's terrible ar- it is an effort, or is so considered in c
S ter quarters, or not? raignment of N. A. Callison and these parts, to frigliten the people d
the Alachua county authorities in of- Columbia county, and others !
Gainesville is proud of our soldier regard to the alleged cruel treat- wishing to banisl the saloon, into C
boys. They acted nicely at the en- ment and subsequent death of Mrs. believing that. dry counties suffer s
campment. Brake's son in Mr. Callidon's con- more from the effects of blind tigers f
vict camp, reminds us very much than wet counties do from the ef-
Every man should vote as he of a tailor attempting (?) to mend fects of the licensed saloon, but sa- r
prays; i. e., if he prays as he a hole in a garment by cutting it loon men, and saloon papers, Ihave o
should pray. out. preached that doctrine uutil itdou't
Alaca ad C a The editor of the Banner uses in take with intelligent people any
Alachua and Columbla have act- his editorial some of Mrs. Brake's more. E
ed nobly, and now Marion, dear, own language about her boy being The exchange in which the car.
it's up to you. seized with a boyish desire to make toon appeared is Jacksoville's only
,' his own way In the world, etc. morning paper, and is it not rather
The Green Cove Spring thinks Then he proceeds to tell his readers funny that our Jacksonville con-
that J. N. C. Stockton is a mighty all about how the poor boy was temporary is so afraid that blind
live "dead 'un." sent to the convict camps, and tigers will catch somebody in dry

:' Gainesvillians who have been why, according to his (Editor Har- counties? The brewers, distillers,
S spending the summer elewhere ar ris) idea, and throughout the en- and wholesale and retail .liquor
coming home with a rush tire editorial are What seems to us dealers seem to be afraidd along the
n like intimations that everything same line-'fraid blind tigers will
If the Chinaman should be re- contained In Mrs. Brake's letter "ketch" some poor innocent "crit-
fused admission to'this country was true beyond a doubt, and that tears" in dry counties. Gracious
what should we do about theTurk? Mayor Thomas' reply was born of goodness, don't they love the dear
an unholy desire to shield Callison. people?
The sheriff o Saluda county, S. No one sympathizes with the
C., was arrested last week and is grief-stricken mother of a wayward THERE ARE OTHERS.
c,, charged with the murder of a negro. boy more than the editor of The O. armer, the brave and
S Many acs of trk fm las tar does, and no one would be brainy editor of the Bronson Times-
Many acres of truck farm lands more willing to see N. A. Callison Democrat, has our consent to stay
around the Prairie are several feet iitbht. hi sel as n an in the newspaper business and do
under water, and it is said to be dig phosphate himself, as a pun his farming that way. If lie was
S still rising. nishment for his crime than we running a Taliaferro organ the
stllwould be, if we believed him to be Times-Union would not have ad-
S Columbia county issafe; she ha the atnman fiend that Mrs. Brake vised hin to go to farmitig.-Ar.
goe dry; she cou ld ot afford to virtually says he is, and which the cadia Champion.
gone dry; she could ot afr editor of the Banner-by intima- Now isn't the truth? editor
-remain in the wet column. Hurrah George quit farming to take charge
."; .,olumbla! tion-seenms to think he is. But of a ubidi.d paper, and One
.,ol we know Mr. Callison too well to Farmor took cliarge of a paper to
At Waldo, in this county, there believe the statements in Thomas' run it in behalf of the people. Ed-
are said to be several orange groves letter are not true, and we are not itor George's advice that we quit
; now laden with beautiful and well yet prepared to believe that Mrs. was overlooked by us, but then life
matured fruit. Brake may not have been lead by is too short to wnde through the
u'I'..li's editoril niazo seven days
'some one to believe her son receive in, tle week. We feel thankful for
The St. Petersburg Timesis now ed treatment that he did not receive the Cinlprlionl's edorrsemlent.-
', twenty-one years old, and, not- And then it occurrs to us that posa Broson iiLneC-l)iiociat.
S withstandlug it is of age, it will sibly the charges she made did not Tl'he are ith r iap.rs in loridn
remain at home. come from her own brain, but may t.day whiu.sc editi.I.s 1Ediir George
;i. If the anti Barrs people really have originated in other heads, would like ti, ,tILse Lo quit th,.
:I expect to defeat him why are they The very fact that Mr. anld Mrs newsp.pei builess a lI go, ti arm
so slow about putting out the man Brake were entertained by Mr. ing, i1ut Ithey are nolle willig t1o
to beat him with? Callison for seventeen days, a(<' take the T.-U. editor's ad\icc with.
-if (even when leaving) praised hit out first consulting tli.j own linutils,
And still they come. Now R. D. profusely for his kind treatment of and after consulting their own
S McDonald, of DeLand, is out for them and their son, is one proof- tlintds they concludtle that other sec-
S Congress. What can his atnounce- to our mind-that the charges tions art as much in need of ncws
ment really mean? against Mr. Callison were hatched paper menCi s the "east coast sec-
after they went from his place, and tion" is, and then they resolve to
Gainesville is one of the best that the whole thing was a scheme "hold the fort."
school towns in the South. Good to extort money from him. LIADS AND FOLIOWS..
S schools, good teachers, a dry town If Mayor Thomas had been here,
and it uusuaBlly well officered. so that he could have replied to the y referellce to Hou. W. N.
and it unusually Banner editorial, probably we Sheats' biennial report which is

!; It is said that candidates were as would have left it all to him, for we now out, it wi?) be seen that
".:. thick in Jacksonville during the are sure he is able to take care of Alach"ta county-'-in most respects
encampment as pig tricks under a himself, but as lie is out of the --leads all others in matters per-
plumb tree, or fleas on a dog State for several weeks we have taltnig to education. Of the 283
) ranch, written the above in justice to hint, graduates of Normal Schools in tihe
SMr. Callion, and Alachua county, entire forty-five counties of the
The Jacksonville carnival prom- and when he returns to the city he State in 1900-'01, Alachua had 23,
Ises to be a big thing. Lettus hope will probably ask Editor Harris to or more than" any other county,
that Raspberry Park will not have publish a reply to his last Sunday's and yet tle average monthly salary
to be enlarged during the carnival editorial leader. paid her teachers was only $34.46
times. (less than the State average which
S The Timtes-Unliom thinks, from GOOD WITH THE BAD. was $3,5.24), and 17 counties paid
p':" present indications, American col- The storm in South Florida their teachers salaries averaging
leges in Turkey should add up-to- played havoc with the orange crop, perfect. 1'o t it does not shmo
date military departments to the but, after all, it is more than prob- perfectly right tt Alncha should
curriculum, able that those who eat oranges .pay her sulperio teachers inferior

I: will foot the damage bill. The salaries.
S If some of the little two-by-four fact that the crop must of necessity In mIost things Alachua county
fellows who are criticising John be smaller than it would have been leads, but in the matter of paying
Temple Graves' utterances on the had the storm not visited that sec- lher worthy teachers she follows
race question should meet Graves tion is sure to cause the price of seventeen of her sister counties.
they'd be mighty quiet. oranges to be higher, so the grow- The letter recently. written. by
ers n the storm sectioletter recewillntly written brob-
Nobody seem to be after Co ers i theto Mrs. Brake, of Georgia, severely
missiouer of Agriculture McLin's ably oulh realizes ch for tei crop cesring N. A. Callison of this
job, and this fact leads its to con- as they would have realized for a place in regard to the death, etc.,
c lude that McLin ust be a strong arer crop. And grows n ts of a white boy in Callison's convict t
man or the office a poor office. camp, has been replied to by Mayor. i
S- oously affected by the storm, will Thouas, of this city, and all pub-
The Tampa Times -,uniding a doubtless realize much more for lishers who gave publicity to thel
warning to agitators who try o their crop than could have been Brake letter are requested to give
stir .up trouble among the cigar realized from the same crop had equal publicity to Tlomas' reply.
makers. The Times is right, sulchs there been O storm. The reply is rather lengthy, but as
S agitators should not be tolerated Surely it is a bad wind that blows a matter of justice think every
anywhere. good to no one. The wind that paper that published the Brake let-
The Kansas Cit lstroyed houses and groves in ter should cheerfully publish the
The Kansas City Timtes is ot the Hillsboro. and other counties in reply
opinion if Aguinaldo can prevail South Florida gave work to many epy
the Filipinos to q1it gambling workmen, and will cause many How is it that our county colm-
9;go to school, it would be an orane gr6wes in several counties missioners have almost quit paying ,
., eut idea to bring him to this to get better price for their fruit. coroner's bill.? Is it because the
| o y \ 'commissioners will not pkv such
17 ff
SOf A large number of Gainesville bills, or.because no such bills are
e course histians started people wilo a t. away for the sum- being presented since the county
the trouble (?) n Did mer have rtermed,.od otherp will went dry? .Sotme are crUel (?)
S ou evet hear of many b1e oon be howe' Qsl few enough to saug-edt t.at n, ,.
i 'tt"d w thed r .ay
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WMII w-emw-"-

It is passing strange that Chris-
tian citizens are willing to enter-
tain whiskey drummers in their
homes, and offer no protest against
such drummers soliciting the pat-
rronage of their sons. Such drum-
mers are entertained, and such pat-
ponagn is solicited in every home
where papers containing whiskey
ail'-ertisements are taken and read.
It is thought by some that the
race for State Superintendent of
Public Instruction will be a three-
cornered or four-square affair, but
at present Hon. Win. M. Hollo-

comity, O, II %:7 111 Jl" .ttl l. ll, Wi. 1.
g190 i ll fiivo r lf \\. .' iillll fnIIll t1111
against R.t R. I). Mrhllkt 1, I, ,. \V. lFull-
nell, ah Sherfi 1t -,,i l 0, ,1u1nt:' V 111 St.lte, I
have levlcdl 1l)O1 n-i thil i,rtOpcil\ ul tliL
said R. I). Mihillclitoi an1a l \ ill .1 ll at
public otitcry, lH-r'n- ithe c'iiiin lh.iise
"rjoor, in the city of (;aliii vile ..A .icliua
county, l'oril.i. oil Mhllayh, tli.e shtll tla,
of October, A. I) 1ijo., lietleen the Ic-gal
hours of sale, all .ittl cerlain lot, piece or
parcel of lau- .i.iiiiiliatd, I1iii: itii iiing
In the Collmli .f .' t\li li, I. :'iii I'lor-
ida, pnrticuuli l, kii., n ii it ikle'sriiii, as
follow., to-\i It.iLt fin i I i. block oine I
hudtrei ul ful t-rh -ighiti it 14 1. iln '. libb
AdditLion to the ti.ini if lli.(hf i |iii ig,,
'lorlid. Together %ith il l ti Itiogilcdar
the ieredritainenits ,an .i Ip itiitiL.l u Li
the sbfl e. belonging or ii ini w i i-- |itp[; I
Sairl propi'Niv lo th sold ., 1. 1cr'-i,.
ty of the si 11i D M1 d .l l t.I h.i I i t)
sail execution ,itl ostts.

Schedule Fffective June 28, 1903.

I J3 I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION- I 54 34 ( 66
351 up 3 op Lv . Jacksonville. Ar to 50a 7 z15 5 oop
1', 15 9 55P 3 40p Baldwin ..... o Iza 6 3oa 4 a2
S.16 10o 5P 5 3P . Waldo .. 8 oa 4 o4A 2 50
p 36p Ar AINESVILLI Lv 7 53a 3IP
5 36p Avr. 6 Ar 7 53a ......
7 55P Ar Cedar Key Lv 5 Sa .....
I Lv Silver Springs ... .. .. 2 52P
S 1' .. . Ocala .. .. 55 a 41P
2 55P . Wldwood .. 12 23 11 56p
I p 7.201 2. Orlando .. 7 O 8 25s

S .. p 4 I Dade City . 1o a28 10 37-A
way, of this city, is the most talk. Sheri .f .L c la. I 5 9 .. .. Plant City.....9 3 45
ed of candidate for the position, C. M1.\lTII -E:N, 'l' I 2011 Palmetto .. 4 45P 7 42a
and his candidacy is being favor- PlainilT s .\i a .anatee ... 3 5op 2 07R
--15 I 3oP Sarasota .o .o0 p
ably mentioned in all sections of-- <, 6 5a Ar .. ... Tampa . Lv 8 op 8 5oa
the State. pr),1 ,cIt il t1,:ltg ;()r iRTH A2ND EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
Spurss, at Tie sCtn oti( n o ffiicerI _n ,' o
_I,.ta., at "''l Sr i officer I.e Jacksonville ..-..-. 8 45a 7 l4p Lv Jacksonville .. 3 40P925a
A candidate has presented Broth- .. Fernaill o oa 9 op Lvake Cty .ole .. 5 p 9 1 oa
____ ,t.r I-eroau~lhin to oga 9 oop Ar Lake City.. S Ip II 20a
er Clough, of the Lakeland Sun, Gidilings' llair Grcwer les the olk. .l ruinsvIick 12 oIp 1o 35p Ar Live Oak ...... 6 35p z2 o
with a hat, and now thIe greedy For Sale by Ir S II. (:iiiiiig :.tIs A. ShIll l ... tIop i 5oa Ar Madison . 7 55P12 5
wit a ha, ille, andl the i')ostofnni 1rug ) -Lor. Ihigli Ar Fairfaix .. 3 g09 1 44a Ar Montcello ...... 9 lp 3 15
boy wants some pants. If he gets Springs, Fla. \r Demuark 3 57p 2 oa Ar Tallahassee .... 9 4op 3 25P
the pants the next thing we hear -, Ca ui'mi 5 307P 34 55P4 Ar erJunctiony...... 417
of him he'll be wanting some gal- If it is job prittiin you a.itt js.t a.nii .1\r amlet ....... 9 55P 8 o5a Ar Pensacola . op
lc, your order to thi-e .tar. It ill li:ve' Ai \Vtiliigion ........ 12 o5p Ar Mobile .......... 55a
luses. Just commence dressing up promnp attention, anl work nal price .\r Sottleru I'ines i 8p 9 36a Ar New Orleans ........7 a
an editor and he never knows will suit you. If .r Raleigh . 53P I o 45a Lv Jackonvlle. ... 7 op5
.\r Portsnmotuth----8 o0a 5 35P Ar Macon. .............3 45
when to say stop. A Itich . .6 35 3 sP A t Macont 3
-----Have you tried <,iddings' IInir ACroer' r Washington 10 o ... Atl.anta ......... 50o
The heavy rains and evere Others have tried it aiul piroiiiccelt it Ar I altiuiore ...... 25a 2 Na hville ......... a p
good. For sale at.% .. it. idrliii,' Irug r I'iladelhia 25P Nashville . . 9 aP
storms during the past week has Store, cainesville. and Postollice lrrn .\r 'New York .. I 36p 26 5a St Louis A. . 7 30o
caused washouts in several places Store, Iligh isp rings -. .... Chicago . .. 9 15.
in West and South Florida and -Conntections for I'aletto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, o0 31, except Satur-
ri which has caused con- Gilens'- np.aiallele, l lair .Groir i'"m s. froni t.ainesville.
Georgia, which has caused con- is all that its iaiine implies. I cures "'rai No. 34, Seaboard. Express, drawing room Pullman slepers between
siderable delay in traffic and travel, dandruff stops falling haiir nd puodiicsc IiTapa. Jacksonville and New York. via Rchmond and Wasnington, Vetibuled
and severaLdeaths in train w new hair It isan exceltt hair dresser. lay coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
and severaLdeaths in train wrecks. For sale at .rug ttore. im rr JBacksonville.
c.ainesllle, ntid the I'ostolice Drtg Stor No 66, Seaboard Mail, Now since the Boston negroes Hligh Springs. .nacksonville and Washington, and drawing room mulman sleepers between Jack-
oare single aatd New York.
are making faces at Mr. Roosevelt No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and Inter-
because he praises Booker Wash- milcliate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
ington, how would it ad to S 6 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
eingto, how would it don to turna i .Steanuers for Key et and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and
over the job of settling the race. i $elnd u1v Lqundi 'irs,,a)s i p. Um.
StA. O. MAtcDONEI.L, Asa't Gen. Pas. Agent, Jacksonville, FIa.
question to the president, Wash- .. C. COB1B, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
t '1 TiT T-

ington and the Boston blacks?
Wednesday was Independence
Day in Mexico. Ninety-three
years ago the republic gained its
dependence from Spain, and
throughout the republic Wednes-
lay was fittingly observed as In-
lependence Day.
The storm which did much dam-
ige to property and destroyed a few
ives in Florida several days ago
continued in its mad rush up the
north Atlantic coast, and did cou-
iderable damage as it went.

Brother Farmer, of the Levy
Times-Democrat, says: "It is
mighty queer how a bigamist can
ool all his wives when a man who
has only one can't come within a
million miles of fooling her.
'Vociterousaboie. ", ein for de-
lft^ ^^^

Jewel Laundry, Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co

J. Runkle, Proprietor,


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-'egetables, and in f.ict all i .
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Sam Jones' recent crap with the TRBN1ON ITEMS. ,k.+*.44
postmaster at Cartersville, Ga., Heavy, Rains. looplng-Coukl and +-
'ill furnish subject matter for Other 'llness--Other Matters. 4
pnes' enemies to talk and write Trenton, Sept. 5 /.,Cotti l picking l
bout for some time to come. It and corn gathleritig wns progres-inig 1 I T
ill be observed, however, if tele nicely here ruitil the riuis legan agnin W 1 I LA A I .
raphic reports are. trade, that the Stur, ayv. Thi rais rc stilt c,.ni I -
t te heaviest fell Ila lli D F G&
postmaster was the aggressor, and the five- ar i1.1 iaug r of 0.
Lottie, the five-year o111 laiglit.r of 0. <
tat Jones did his part when the oc- G. Barker, died Sunda u inlt. els al
asion called for it, and it will be B. S Williamti, i aMlTering rromi an at-
emembered, also, that that is tack of typhoui, fever,b hl Iec seen is to he
am's way of doing things. improving. '
Miss tinina Williainh I eturiiedt K n s of F
Charles L. Fildes, of Jackson- home fihom, 'ihonaville .:,., wti.e .-lie
ille, who has been spoken of as has been under the III. candidate for Congress, was ar- MclntoshI forL Ii heait iL i w,..ks..-ilt ,I h mW
ested Monday afternoon on a Jack Copehl d ol l Jeulin. L. k hIII" "I
jack Coro.lwinid of Jenllillg(! V 1i,< l -^ III UlT 111
charge of drunk and disorderly be luquite ill, bt he is I,. iApolJ l. J -E
conduct and was fined $10, and in Chi lren in this section aje ~niferiu "
Children iu alins bec ion ic -l ianri4
default of payment he was sent to from wlhoopigii-conghi. w- |
Raspberry Park. Look out candi- Mrs. Avy Colson, the ,tinia,,i,,le. wif, of us II U
plates; there may be others who Tax Asaesbor W. W. Col-son, A vi\sitiiiig
some times take a little too much her fattier, ni wr Nct,'lnii l A
for theii their stomaches' sake. Mr. a MrIn J riiiiinioI .'r e reli V
joicing over lilt Irrivil ,,f ill'l r lirn.t- rll ; .l a
Our subscription list is glowing a bouncing Ib ,4y boy |- Wt] '
*ight along, but we must confess, w. i. ne.ach. I). A. I'rcvatt andtl Mr. PHON 4
r we will confess, that it is not and Mr9 I:. S ai lrchli. \'. ii i. t ests. of,
growing as rapidly as others are it. N. William sni..
growing, or as rapidly as other., OlecoL1,,t.. -thll l tie,,thr I.r:"- fl.,.' .* + v^ Jb.^.s,,+4^.*r,
are said (by certain editors) to. be w no reigit 'gi ront, 1ioriy. L i
growing. We really haven't book- I t s \wi i illian ls his I'lio .. -l ---.-.- I l
ed more than five hundred new sub- Thiomis vrirtv at \a':iiince inatl ithi. iii,
scribers since our last issue, nud we nichinery will hIe ieiinvll at '.nr. It ETALlH 19.
don't believe there is more than is" eedlesls tl -.tyv Il nill ..ii ll e I. hll. H F D T TON & CO
one paper in town that has. lllssed by the IpuJle if th. cLtlon 1
The water l ;,s gKce low\n that ionly
There can no longer be any ponds nre 1now .cc" in Ih tllds I on the i tton QA1NEVILL.,
doubt in our mind that many of or the t ,.nis i,. i ,1 1nar. rLA.
cr to thii p)'l.IIi I-v 1 i31111,11iI .
the Florida editors are afraid of __
ghosts. Did you ever pause to The witI,.,l meet-,,l at Sllg HighlP t Pic aid for 1 11nd 11 d0 q
think about the way certain editors Pond Xedi :-'ny ;.s t,11 attl: I
are fighting Jno. N. C. Stockton, ed byI voter, LIut oly ,t ,e ca~i di In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
and at the same time declaring that Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm of
he is dead? If the boys really be- Advancesmade. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
tile 011O1n Svil'iiL t l i J C.111 I l l t L I
lieve their own reports of his death t. f ''allett oi ,nS. s ,.L I u l. 1ade by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
at Punta Gorda, then they are cer- and Jeitlnings was ill Jnckslntille.
tainly afraid of ghosts.

It is not claimed that Senator Presidint Rouse-VLit was catuIlight
Kirk, who was a member of the in a storm :i Iw dai,'s ;..i. UIaI thea -t ESTABLISHED 1i@6. -4,
last legislature, would be disquali- stlrn: tre.alcI hiill jusi it Ite .ll as u i THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
fled to hold the office, should he be if lihe ha beeni only oll f tll,- ctl- Oalnesville, Florida.
elected Secty. of State, and he will mon peopl-didii't -' to Vp;Ay The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
probably get out of the race. It is hit, muCh atIli,,i,,n s t f Title any piece furnished oinAlacla
doubtful, however, if Broome cares TAXES RETURED AND PAID All business givenproptand
whether Kirk remains a candidate snHERII-'S SALIu. Attention.
or not, as the latter was never con- 'ntaernut l h v irtieof .i.iit ion i.- B. R. COLSON, Manager.
siddered much in the former's way. Fifth Judict circf l it ilil act ,i .'mL Di 9 9 r Il e eor9it n..9 c9
Fifth Jtdiciil Circiii ill i I nllf ltll .