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: October 6, 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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GALNE.t ., D I rILLj I

SJ NT r~AP.,D~A.T.

VOLUNEIR T.l. TfORIIE\ lSD'AyV, t)CTOHFi' 6. 1903

U H LIVE OAK They Deliver Speches hIN -aa-
*'VilLL* OilAlIAI K Business Men foI Prohibition.
I Kn The temperatice forces i Nassamu coun-
STIL KIC IN ty know a good thing whlie they aee it,
S. as evidenced by the fact thas they secur-
y W C t r.V the seirv'ices'of Rev. W. .1. Carpenter
. W.. Carpenter Visits the a lion. Christopher .athesn, of this
Dead (?) Dry Town. city, to assist then in their temperance
campaign. Mr. Carpenter went to Fer-
nallndina and spoke to illn Aplpreciative
CONDITIONS THERE AND HERE no e tn k ag and is
S. Mr. Mathesotl speInt one dlay anld two
Sik Business Men Do ghts:. in the county last wtek. e
-Live. Oak Bus-iness Men Do Not spoke to large aum eli'es in Vlernandina
ry .Down the Town-BUS- last Thunsday ald Flri lay nights, and
: :' ess Is ood. duringg the day Friday lie spoke to sev-
v\eral sintaltr audience' in the country
Editor Star:-Live Oak is the lives tlistfics. l lie hadl the best of attention
towti to be dead I ever saw. I spent two at citch of the places where lie spoke,
' aip there last week and made some in- and the people shiow-t4 re tV learn
vestigatfoni of interest. Of course it is all the)y conll onI tl.e subject.
Dead for there are no barrooms. liui my o llith M1r. Carpeuiter and Mr Mlatheson
the business, thrift, and enterprise will say that the hlbsiness mild plro(ssional

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I We Have

S In Stock, and are constantly receiv-

ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men, *
SWomen and Children, at popular

T^ prices and oi the best makes.,

SWe call

Particular attention' "to the Ladies,
"1Brockport" and Mens "All Amer- "
ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

I T J. D. Matheson,

Ii 0 o3 Dnd L t t'iep. .B einoVtille, FFlo.

CR&#, R P a ** IW Y+ 0 I M I .< .. 1 wf

W-.L Sa
Pfral WIl

astonish you. Imliprovemnents ati aliuoi.t
everywhere. Big mills make it, yon sa)? I
-' but these mills came after the bar-
rootns left. Possibly one was there be-
... fore, operating on a small scale, but. now
the business done there is simply im-
amense. People are contentcel and happy.
. Women can walk the streets at night or
on Saturday without the fear and danger
that was when barrootus were there, A
.ptomitent banker told me the people had
more money, and there was also more
money for investment than under saloon
domination. Live Oak's marshal is a lit-
tie fellow, and like ours seems to have
little to do.
'The people of Live Oak do not go
About talking against, their city. I have
S heard of sonje things said by Gainesville
people- men who get their living out of
OGainesville-in Mayo, Lake City and
Fernandina, that reflected upon;our city.
1 the facts had been told it would have
o$.e" different. I have interviewed a mu-
jonty,of obur business tuen and they tell
Sme their business is better thani last year
Sat the same time. Of course if a man
talks againast'hi .business, and will anger
Sile patrons by intemperate statements,
: Ise maynot, be surprised if he loses 'hcir
One reputable business niman tol: iit'
that the country store, which sold goo, Is
cheaper than the Gaitlesville merchant,
had not been of advantage to our town.
I suppose" people hlive to Wear clotht s,
and 'eat something even if the barroom is
There has not been a murder in
Alachs. county since she went dry, und
I do not remember F period of four
months beforie.in which some ono was not
Acting Marshal Cromwell, a niost ef-
fcelent officer, did not make an ar'rC.t
while Marshal Pinkoson was awa /, ai
-period of-almost one month. Crime is
fast disappearing., There is more peace-
1ti t4ne of 'our homes than when the sai-
lost was in th saddle. Our school has
several pupils who were sent here because
there are no saloons. Several families
have moved in to get educational ad,
Hurrah for Live Oak! llarrah for
G'ihesviltel Hurrah for all the towns,
Arcadia,03artow, Lakeland, Jasper, Ohip
ley, and others which' the closing of the
saloons have killed.
W. J. CAim'rNT'ER.

Florlda's Dry Counties.
l editor Star:-I wrote to Hon. A. C.
S' idom, State Comptroller, for a list of
dry counties aind he sent me the follow-
ing list: Baker, Calboun, Citrus, D)e-
_.oto, Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, La-
-Fayette, Lake, Levy, Liberty, Manatee,
'Paco, Polk, Sumter, Sowsnnee, Taylor.
V61Otlai* Waukulla, Walton and Wash-
Sington-twenty-one in all. This was the
report to last January. Since Juie 1,
4la4lhna, Colunmlia, Jackson, Jefferson
.ad Lee, have gone dry-making a total
of'twenty-slx.. .lettiobis have bgen held
in'Laayette and HIolmes, dry counties,
and prohibition won in both cases.
Realy seven counties have gone dry since.
June 1.
An.i section will be held in Nassau
October 13; another will come off in Os-
ceola some time in November; Bradford
will vote in Janualy or Febr.mary. Keep
your eyes on Marion fcr she % 'l sooa
fall into He. W. J. CARnP. NrF.R.

Advertised Letters.
litt OQf advertised letters re.naining in
the Gainesville, Fla., postoffice Oct. 3,
1903, Persons calling for same should
say advertised, and give date. One cent
is due on each letter advertised.
SNra. Delia Eadyman, Miss Cassie
Blxcander,- Miss Rebecka Frankin, Mrs.
uaasMa Harrison, Mrs. Mary E. Jones,
Miss Plorie Rogers, Miss Carie Sapp,
Mts G. M. Sinmona, Miss Hattie Tay-
lor, Mliss Nora Williams.
Ben Bulloks, Henrietta Bush, Jno.
LCrmaes, John Hendrick, Sam James,

ehorn, Laney Jacksn. H. J.
C.- Z. Newbern, Gis Poppard, ,
itnu,Toe Taylor. Dan Thomas,
Illlams; W. T. Willians. |
G. J. Akmow, P. M.

fluors.-Tbe Cable Piano
w Yto w st e agfod pianoorB

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TVhose v'whi) ar ic del'It Ii 11C6iti) "61" I ltjllor w\ill leat.it liuvi iiOSv i c ''h W li. C'li it
and are willingii n ost'c a1ti)wi Submnergedl to gr atil* tbeir dIcire maiy lem'.'e iE 11me'V will, hot the town will

Happenings In Tlhat, l.v% Towt --
From the Hustler, Oct. -.
M r, an I Mrs. LIe of G(. ieille wele
in the city Wednesday.
Mrs R.T, T. lFrederick of Newberry
spent Monday with relatii es in lthis city.
Mrs. Anderson of llague was in town
Wednesday to have 'dnt.iil work done..
Mr. and Mrs. llarvey llttclhiisoti of
Gainesville spen t a short ti1( in

Circuit coilrt convenes h#re today. Mr. andl Mrs. W. E, I'ryant of Alach-
W. M, Utch of aniita Fe was hii In, arrived in tile city a few days ago,
(4;itiesville Saturday. ail nre ueiste of M rs. hlryitat's ptareats,
IHave voir clothing cleanled at OweN r1. anti MrI i, V. JaXksor. Mr. r'ry.
Ilovdk's 'ltc Works. JAtly 14, tI -ait hls been ill for iiO tlle all" it Jla
Capt. N. A. Callison nlsale .a b ne.s holl)ef that tile chau1ge will benefit hit,.
trip to'Jacksonville last week. Ilon. Jn-ts. 1., AlexIudcr,' candidate for
Col. T.. 1., Owens spent a few days last Cong'esu-, is il th(le city. lHe tays some
week with lit ied ill Jncksonville. piaper11 luiS saiid tht ,m te trace for econgrets
would li hicetween IlPurits aiid. Dougherty,
Ct. i'im Inkueyof Jckait e i le was trauy ibut that lpth.icr wu lni-'tlken. ,. lie saya
acting lusmr in tile City lrdy. i a lit.
utirhe to" will b. betweeni'ihiilcls and itnt-{
hiouseato RRent--- i urislhed or utftarif.B self.

Alacnua iMontiay. t ishti tit 13 \ W. Court St. Applyy Star
Mis Jtult Doke, daughtltrf of Mr. 'F A. is lficf
Doke, mteber of school bl school here this week. i ifrom the \'West cud,'L ..nlived ill the city
Mr. R. T. Turner waus called, to Nai-l- i yestc(lday.
ville, Ga., Wednleslday to thit, -icdsiile of Mr. and Mis. James Mixonit of Willis"
his brother who is criticarll ill, ton., wmcr.amtolng the L.evy cotuity people
Miss Lolie liivers entertained ath linchl i towui yesterday.

Tuesday iniglit Tlose p:sent were Miss
Mamie Thigpen, Clatndle Mtiardi, 1Ral-
eigh Rives and Oat L'arker,
-Miss Ilattie Fowler ofl 'elrot lias aif-
cepteda position in-C. A' \VillattI's dry
goods stere, where lie will lie pleauivd
to have lier friends call aimd scee lier.
Capt. W, 11. Dixo.n, yMIrd -initer at
Savannah, wits killed itll tt place Pri-
day night, being caught between the
carts aid crushed to death. llis renmaits
were interred at Highl Springs.
W. K. Bryant wast confined to his bed
a day or so this week with cold. Wei
are glad t9 say he is able to be at lisi
store. Later, since the abovewnas put in
type, Mr. Bryant has %agiinu been contiuned
to his bed.

(Old iltwpupipers, suitable for wrapping
l~iii'pu)s; 1.5 ctq. it1 h1 idr or 2.5 lor 5
cts., atl 'li', S'I'AR otliccr,
;', A. timnmnuialig alld little son, Oscar,
were in the city yesterday, atd paid the
Star office a pleasatit call.
"',. W. Milligan, Waldo, anid J, I.
1'adget, P'aradise, both nuval stores umeti,
were inl the city Saturday,
Col. J. \V. Patton has returned from
the Sut.wutnee river section where lih
went to do atomee su'rveying.
Mrs. J. M. IIaile anid children have re-
luivd l from North Carolina, where they
spent thUe tinuuier tmouthlis
r' r n,,ht meats, groceries anid vegetables
Call, send lme your orders or 'phone for
what vyou wattl. J. (3 Harrold, 'lhotlio
No. /5.

ti mu.' inp I olr Inndiln t he liquor btisiness
itii-n 6 course except, l--are for prohi-
bitioin i nost to a manl. At first the wet
Im-ien setiencd to have .no fears ;about the
rusoi'l t lint since four or fi v counties'
have been voted dry quitee tn-lily -an
ntpt +ine has been held by the liquor
men they are feeling blue about Nassau,
alco. We believe Nassan will go dry by
a good majority. When the business
men, professional mien and Christians
unite, as they have in Nassau against the
saloons, something is sure to happen.

1lay Not Be Bought After All-Will
Hardly Fill Bill.
We may yet have to build our roads by
the negr'o, mule and cart process, for it
it is not believed by those who have seen
the road machinery brought here by Mr.
Rogers of Ocala, that it will accomplish
anything like what is claimed 'for it by
its makers.
Olr county commissioners are level
headed, aid they will not saddle a big
debt on. the tax payers for road machin-
cry unless they can see where the mna-
chinery will pay, and if it cannot bemused
i sandl at!d clay-wherever roads are to
ble construi'ted -it is worthless. If we
must first t)uill rock roa.ls for the rpad
engine to nrn on we will not then need
the cllgille.
It ihas been intimated by some that the
comiinis.ioners are not "toting" exactly
fair with Mr. Rogers, Int we are itt a
psitio tlo inow' that the mlaclitie has
not yie shown itself capable of doing
wliat \s cla imelie lor it, antd it is not bie-
ljivi- for it whitn thie co iintistsioiierst w tre
a ind toi buy it.
The colauiissioners are doing their
dluty in the matter, and if they. do not
buy the machine -- and we hardly think
they will buy it --it will be because it is
not what it was lirsqt represented to them
ais lyiing.

Car of Oranges
I". C Cobb, the hustling agent for the
Sealoard Air Line railroad, at this point,
secured for his road the first carload of
oraiges to lie shipped from Alachua
coultity since thle great freeze of eight
years ago. The oranges were grown on
a grove owned by Dr. 1 Montgomery, of
Micanopy, and were shipped East via the
S A. L. a few days ago.
Cobb says when it comes to t moving
oranges nmarketward the old reliable S. A.
1,. is the "it," but just what his experi-
ence was when he called on the genial
Doctor at his office (to solicit business
for his road) we will leave for Mr. Cobb
to tell,

Married last Fitday Morning at the
Magimolia Hotel, Rev, T. P. Hay offici-
ating, Mr, James Beville to Miss Martha
Maddrey, of Beennington. After the
nmariage the happy couple left ,viS the A.
C. L for High Springs, where they spent
a short while and then returned to live
in Gainlelville. Congratulations are in

To Kill the President.
News dispatches say that a man named'
Peter Elliott tried to kill President
ioosevelt yesterday afternoon. A
watchman prevented the would-be assas-
sin from getting at the Prcsident, but the
watclhnilani was himself badly cut.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next Democratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of thme office to the very beat ofTmy
ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at hlhe polls.

QA~KMy~J4LP, '~d4~
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lintavty ,L Hitchiins')i, one of. the
'leiveremnt ttu n' lost hpoliltar dtt'rumtners on
the i'i,I smt'tnt Sitturdiny a id itilundity
awlilt his betLtet' .hrce r,'itith ill this city.
irt. lu hintli ii is roiI I*.se ti tltg tlie I[it1i-
toitil l'aickiiimi C'o., hutt Itltintsvilek' i) Isit
lieadqiiai'te< s
"trol, LT Jollisonll, county coinlia..-
stoler from l!l'oie, sIpent a while in tthe
Hity liist week helping to intisplt the road
luachinery, 'Mr. J'lhiinson, like the other
comtiisiloter, Wavaitti to ki-now that time
icitchlinc ia wVlatitwl., cltitil for it lbe
fore it Is acet-pted.
Mr. iatid Mrs. I), M. T'ompkles are i'e-
joicing over the arrival otf lable diaughiter
itn their lioule. Thlis being thie first one
WMir. Tomplikit;i will bear watchitngin or a
few dayn. I c i il til right oni ordlluary
Oetansiont, huia we cnftn't tell jitmt exactly
lhow lie will take this til'ar.
Dr. T', F. Th'ltonui i:; back inl baaiuines
tmlnint-wais out but a few slays-anld he
looks as tmitUrail ai ever. lie severed hils
conaectio wilh the T1'. F. Thomnas Hard-
ware aind Secedi Co., only it few dclays. ago,
hit alutost inuiedt lately thereafter lie
went intA biusineis witli hIis lwolter, S. T.
T'lionia., anld they wili now do thiL bestt
ieed atli furniltuiure Iuniuites ill lowti.
I oim.Jo. (it'G', I()allth'r, counly coinuills.
ilonier fromii Jtiguie, wit. Itl llhe city
SAiturdiay te cailie- frotw hiis hIoilwn, to
iiteet the< ,ilher ;cointilaisioilerss and the
roatid machine. oplle near Paradite,
where tie usiahline wagi to be tested agaitu
Satilrtmlay, hut there wit it)o ted th it ditv
aml Mr. ilamipver coine '>t to < stineivlle.

Tlhe Yankees of 'Portlgail
"Observe th'tn, eottor," sulud a hotelV
ktiepir in Iitslbon to oio of laim BUigllsli
gu'stc; '"'hqy nro thlm Yuukoiu of Port-
Ingal." .
Hol Indicatcd al gia'oip .of lrazilils,
coinilstling ofl a pr< mjt.''oltH iiglts r plaiint-
er, lhis wito, who ll'trally bilized with
diamnouids, iitd two petty datightors.
"They riegarnl Portitgiil as tholl 'old
eoiiitrty,' for 'thiy broke tiwaly from
,im na thm Arjinrlimnn broke awiy fruim
yiti. Tliny njake itemienso fortunes in
Brazil ,itud coyi li hro to slpenld them,
Just its tihe. Aiinrl'cian In>llonsiret gO to

EiOga M' Clainauasn inuym e.ss.
Matny Cblli lon Ii fr'teut .Pblllplpine
litrl'ln i and aret gIoodl patrouis, a
nimimay iivo ri-i stui ntma i Imind ntd large
Hnii.lile's. A 1:1laaiiu.,ii iiUisally bluys a
nuiilhti ,#I f'gaM4 1iil iii lVwiays carries
with hlim l I iminrL'tt i tnulll tin pall
full of w v i, to ,il th-hIr uif ulneqs.
If li4 uilK. t.t 1i4 fl; rr 1 1 *rm to tlk top it
Ins bad a4 Iwfumi asm im t* Bte caro-
fully w;iVS1l off bW y llai ventlor flid DMi
bartlc in Istrk to 'ntclh a custonier

witlsut the pull.
Ilealnsiy of Idasm.
S'ainhly-1- lunt iialivyns had an Idea
that after I1 taoupl' hnmd bhen married
fur somf tlts esIven their tholihts t o-
camln to a great d-grc- ldejitlcal. Am
I right, I'eck?
Mr. N. Pc-ek-You are. About this
tliiem oiy wifu Is thiikIng ovir What
hae'li may to ole for ,:ouinig Ihome o
late, and so am I.
elplniwr i01i.
rstLmrs Widow-. ip Ink or Oflnn-
demsu, Mr. Boacimn. irer's a good Gi,
Why Is tmo letter "d" llke ia veddlif

Procrstilnating Bachelor--Oh. I'm s
good at conunmdrums.
Intmpld WiduW-You gIve It '117
Wh; bmuse "we"' ean't be ""
wlitbaut ltL .
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P'THIS PAPER is published in the inter-
est of the Moral, Business and Political In-
terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
Florida, and in the financial interests of its
editor and proprietor.

THOSE WHO seemed to think when we
started more than four months ago that THE
STAR appeared in the journalistic sky only
for the purpose of shining on a short temper-
Sance campaign were mistaken.

THE STAR is the PEOPLE'S paper,
and will advocate such candidates for office
as the editor conscientiously believes are the '
people's best friends when principle, experi-
ence and ability are all considered, and,
while friendly suggestions are always wel-
Scorned, the policy of THE STAR will be con-
trolled only by its editor and proprietor.

V You Need It--

You Need THE STAR.

IF YOU favor our ideas-political and
otherwise-you will enjoy reading THE
STAR during the coming campaign which
is to be the greatest ever conducted in Flor-
ida, and if you differ with the editor, on polit-
ical or other matters, you should read the.
paper so that you can.know where to hit him
and how to head him off.
SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive
for twelve months


D. E. GODWIN Editor,

Gainesville, Florida

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Mr. I. A Becker is ha lving someV
Court 'Today. toutbl- with his eyes, but lila friend V
Judge Wills atd Statts' Attforney Cal- hope thmt hin sight will not, ti aerloLtsly
houni are here, and thie fall teria of thlie alTfcte-d..
Alachua circuit court will convetie hlete recved--a beautiful tnew patter. t
today. in chinia, call and examine antd get our
There will not be ia heavy ia docket ats prices lbefoie nmircihasiug elsewhere, I,. i
usual for this county, No tutirder cases li. su"'th "
at all, except two or possibly three that A large niminer of people from the-
have been on thd docket it long timtie. .VeSt ind, anrl other sections of the '
States Attorney Calmloui is saidt to he county .Cailt, in yeatarday to be here at
a power, and sole good work by hitan is cutirt today,
looked for when thie grand jury gets 'toi I yuu want muotey to buy a. homeu
investigating blind tiger cases. Thi sen- lihuit a it house, r pat oft rT i-tort.alge,
timetit of the people of Alitchtta county ic i' contract tor lro Ita"lo l treatment
has b with reference to liquor scllitg,, utidl if .vcork otn the fotundatioit oI the ,piatco-I
the courts, states uattotti, v ani jurors pal church building,which were told is
will do their duty for a while Almcniia t blie t ihe uiitest churcli building in the
county ca ibe redecined honfo hlr ia-t city, isI p-, gI .simtg nicely.
shame. Giilidigis' HUair Grower does the work.
F l'or ali: by l)Dt. S. ]J. ciddings, G.aimes
T. eilfe, Iatl tie I'ostoffict Drug otore, light
The Tillman'Trial. Spiingsi, Fla.
If there is to be auy atte ition pail ttJ Mr. Robert WiXions, Oiee of Winuldor"'
evidence in the J. If. Till'nuit tiul nic-v most highly respected citizens was in the
going on in South Carolina. the utunidvr-': city last- night anid paid The Star office a
er of Editor Gonzales will. have to haing, visit and renewed his inbacriptlion to thile
or go to the p:Iteileiarya for life, yet paper.
many believe lie..will r..eive but little
punish for thf e not urd'i.' of' (honrtle ".,l- Whi .ou' bty tea pia4ol,I titbY a good
puniahent "-_for the url of o o ne- i If it toes cost a little Uumoru.
Tillmian in llnot collie :1',.-,r if thl- jury i i t1 .;atn t Ihai, the pl.cti s t oi urs arkl by nou
conip6sed of hlone-t l iien. Iill.iai,, hlii. -, (;, SIntLh.
L. joI '., It. Thomnia left Saturday f',r
K l ei.uky, wlie.e he will purchase all-
I a,,I i La r i imad ou horses and Ihmultu. The
Sesd Us i.oo foi a Year's' .;W' ie ,.oglt ibut little .or<; ithai a
vucek i(, oli raiaidly.
1-' At I.S.'t..l.. A bheautiiful soi l fouLit,
in 1p L,'iL ounle., and very cheap. Ally
-jilt .Aih:lii a buArgain sholl'd comlle to
Subscription to the '.' i. ,,i m, e s i.sfout .1
t.'cl. anil j 1 Irs. J. h1. 'alminer, and Mr1r.
iamtul Mrs. Graves, of North Gainesville,
i returned l saturday from Tampsa, where
they went oni a pleasure trip. Col.
Twicc-A-W e'ek Star. iulera-rlso ibited Punta Gorda, on legal
i If your hair is becoming tii In try (;id-
clingg I'np.aialhlled flair Grower. For
sale by Dr. B. tH, Giddings, aninesville,
;aiid the 'ostoffice Drug Store, High
$end YOu Laund1 0 F.N) 1. R a.msey and R. S. liracrcy. Wa-
cahboota; Capt. and Mrs. V. J. Herlong,
THE- Bellamy; 'Prof. N.B. Mtolt, High Springs;
a Pl -rof. 0, i. Tilmsan, Rex, were
; among the businew visitor to the city
JIewel auu y BSatturday.
S Many ple wo WVel ffaod setr-
J..,Runkle, Proprietor, myi., ,Wt, y .i





I;, ::By Capitalists of Seaboard
From Thei, Creditors,


Embarrateamet Sai to Be Due to Re-
S cant Course of the Stock Market.
Statement Issued by an Act.
SIng Advisory Committec.

I", A porlsstentL minor iL,'rvadhd the
| inancl.:l district iIIn Dllii r'i Friday
i that the local itm or .1. William Mid-
dendorf & Co. -ad J. 1. Williams &
on, of iclimluttal, Va.. wore fluanaclal.
ly .nibi -rjjivdl. 'l' .--' In interest de.
dined to illicUEs thu master during the
S afernuoon and evejiung, buit late i-'rlday
nllgilt, naller a conl.ercot i. which lasted
sJvelI lIoul's, gave out ithe rull0wilug
"n view Of thel xt raordiinary and
unexpt'caI Illti'ncial situation now ex-
Jsting in N-.w Yirk, M1-ssra. John L.
Williawm &: tolab, of Rlchmond, Va.,
and J. William Milde-ioeurt & Co., of
Baltimore, havi.- toun td it necessary to
ask for temporary tiinulgcnce iof their
"The undet-rInl;ud hayv,, at the re
quest of ittls.- t.woi lrni-a, cOisltitaNl lt
act as an utiJvlsury L,-ntUiltittte to exam.
, Jnoe into tl-irt coumlitona and promptly
report an allipopriate plan of exten
alon. The commnitite will procur-d to
the immediate performance of this
'duty. In the meanwhile they believe
S.' i It to be to the interest of all concern
ed that no legal or other alops be ta
'. ken by individual (r.dtlltors to comrpil-
cate the sttlunilon. but that the present
status should in all res iects be main.
tainted for counuiin prutectLion and ben-
"The above firms estimate that their
Assets, Inme-torled at current quota
tons, exceed their liabilities by a very
large amount, which will be naturally
augmented by the restoration of nor
S mal conditions.
"In view of the official relations ol
-. J. L.. Williams and J. W. Middendorf
with hoe Seaitoard Air LIne, they do
elre to state that neither firm, nor any
: ember thereof, is Indebted to that
'. company, and that, the Seaboard Afi
Line railroad will be inu no wise affect
; 'l by the action of their respective
si. lrxna in this matter."
The statement is signed by D. H
Thomas, D. H. Gordon. It. C. Davidson
J. B. Ramsay and Eugene Tevering
fi Baltimore; .Eppa Hunton, Jr., Rich
mond, Va., and l'rank. 0. rlgge, Tren
ton, N. J..
John Skelton Williams, who was i
the city, sail that Ihe action taken wa
occalioned by thn inability of the tw
.11, irms mentioned abovu to collect large
Bums of money due tho1n and to rea
S le, on securities In the present dh
turned money markets.
The value of my firm's assets
a, id Mr. Williams, "are greatly In e
f of all liabilities of every kind. ax
.* (.h present diMculty will be only tem
^ 'porary. 0
'' "None of the companies In while
y firm and Mr. Middendorf's a
Largely interested, or with which
i.olembers of these firms are official
t: co nlocted will be affected In any wi
'' by the action taken today. All of t(
p ropertlesi hieli hy us are In o.xcellec
and healthy condition anl tbo outlook
for them, without exception, sla brigh
and lhorotighly satlsfactory."


I ,A* .-11 l t ) 1 1, ..1

SCream of News.

'Srief Surrmary of Most
Important events
of Each Day.

-Negroes of Pine Bluff, Ark., I'nvit
former President Grover 0levelan 4 to
visit the Normal school at that blac 1
In the event of a trip louth ,by him.
Mr. Cleveland says he is not contem-
plating a trip totuth just now.
-At the trial of Jim Tillman, at
Lexington, S. C,, Wednesday, the day
was occuple4 with the taking of testl-
many of physicians and those who
heard the last words of Gonzales.
-The referee In bankruptcy, at
Nashville, Tenn., is paying claims
against the American Hardwood Com-
pany, National banks all over the
country wore creditorip of the concern.
-Treasurer Roberts' report to Se-
etary Shaw shows that the not rove-
1iae of the United States for the year
ending June 30, 1903, was $560,396,674
and the total oxpendltpres $500,099,007.
-In his address to the New England
cotton ma.uifacturcws, President
Walmsley denounced "cotton corners"
In vigoron language.
-At Vic'or, Colo., a military com-
pany Invaded the office of the union
labor paper and arrested the employee
on charge of sedition.
-Mayor Carter Harrison declares
that the Chicago city h-I1 Is full of
-The labor leaders have isuePd an
address In regard to President Rooses
volt's action in the Miller case.
-Five persons wore killed and twen-
ty-ive Injured at Chicago Wednesday
. by a Wisconsin Central train crashing
Into a sti'et car. 0
-Near Philadelphia.Wednesday Ave
persons were killed and several others
Injured by being struck by an empress
-The Hungarian cabinet crisis is
- due to the enforced uiea of the Germna
F language in issuing orders to the Hun
Y garlan contingent In the Austro-Hunga-
- ran army.
-Sir Michael Herbert, British am
f bassador to the United States, died
SWednesday at DavosPats, Bwltzer
" land, where be was spending hig vaca









More Indictments are Brought in By
Grand Jury at Washington..
The grand Jury of the supreme court
,. of the District of Columbia, Friday,
brought In three more inllctmnents in
d connection with the ipostoffico depart-
S xtent investigation. One was a joint
ndtetment ag nst t-orge W. heavers
and State Senator George A. Green, of
"" Blnghamton. N. Y. Th-. Indictment
arges that they entered Into a con-
spiracy to defraudl the government.
The other two indletments were
hainat Scott Towers, who has charge
of one of the princllpa subltpostofllhce
S stations in Washington 1io is accuat-
e' ed of having lor-elv-ii a touumiisilon ona
the sale of hook tyilcwriting machines
. to the government.



Subject of Exhaustive Study by New
National Bureau of Labor.
The bureau of lait.r. ;l WaVaihington,
Will shortly ifsuti,- itI- I. lt i tif atn x-
haustlvo astinudy our ti le. iiin ,i,i st
ofr living durlg Ih a last f,.w ys ,:,, in
relation to the increase rf ao I g,.s
The reusiit show that i ih'-ru hli
Sbeen a rthiking similarity hletwe -n ith
S advance in, wi.;tg, and the incre t.,-t
cost of lilnm, r,ti that neither hlias
gone forward ias ti I, .l popularly
supposed. Tht. it,,, m, report that
commodit.s have aran, c., 27 per
t. cent is shown in h,h, i.. f i,, i nark.
It will be nearc r I. 1 i ,ti


Massachusetts Democrats Hold Con
vention and Name State Ticket.

,-. In a harmonious sain (ilt .., i 1,1,
..' convention at Buaron, Frlndy tihv 1I i
Socrata of Massarahusetts ntimint I:,-.I
"' thefr leaders for the campaign ut 1:1:
WJlliam A. Gaston, of Bloston, bh Intt
Named by acclamallon for governor,
and Richard Olney, Jr., of Leiceste,'.
for lieutenant governor.


sg Over Esmise of His Better
H1Af, Bonsall Suicided.
'- B o n a ll. -4 d.v e dn.. ],|, f ro m
,New York, naeeteod %ith tlo It lan de.
v lartmenit of the Santa Fo raP'roadi,
A 1Uled hliqelK qt'1 yelvton, texas,
*tFtday b ei iadiacy over
< he. re tali ,
ll to lew IYV 1. o'3left a

-An-Improvement in the Balkan sit
nation l noted by the Sofia press, al]-
though reports of Turkish atrocities
-The czar of Russia is visiting the
emperor of Austria. The monarohb
klsaed when they met.
-A, Dublin, Ga., negro, formerly i
preacher, who has been acting as ti't
supreme scribe and treasurer of a nc
gro insurance order operating over the
state, has skipped with the funds o
the organization.
-Past mail train No. 97, on thl
Southern, Jumped the track nean
Davillo Va., Sunday, and nle per
sons were killed and seven Injured.
-Colonel William Youngblood, I
leading Alabama republican, who a
third auditor of the treatumry undo
McKinley, declares that Roosevelt, I
nominated, will be defeated.
.-In Loudon county, Tennessef
Deputy Sheriff Grlffths was killed an
a chitien, John Pooloe, wounded whil
attempting to make an arrest.
-According to advices to The Hotl
ton Post. the cotton crop In Texas w'l
be. 3,500,000 bales short, owing to dr.
weather and the ravages of different

-A bulletin from Buffalo, N. Y.
states that Mrs. Davis rallied durle,
Sunday, and her condition showed a
marked Improvement.
-Oberlin M. Carter. serving a five
years' lorm in Leavenworth prison
will bo released in November, and I
Is said ho will appear as prosecuting
witness against Greene and Gaynor.
-President Roosevelt left OystPw
Bay. with his family, for Washington
Monday morning.
-All packing plants In the Uni'l-
States Is threatened with a tiloup bvy
general strike of butchers and affill.xt
ed workmen throughout the country.
-It la stated that 15,000 miners, ent
played by the Pennsylvania Coal and
Coke Company, will strike If Altoona
scale Is not carried out by the comn

-Chicago Federation of RlTlclani
served notice on centennial manager'
that If the United States marine bari
takes part In exercises that not one
of the bands of the federation would
-Both the plague and the choler%
are raging at Pel Tang, a seaport 50
miles east of Tien Tsin, Chlua. Two
thousand deaths there during the pat'
two mr.onths.
-Ilord Milner is on his way to Lnn
don lo consult with premier about at-
cepling the portfolio of secretary for
the colonies.
-The directors of the Savannnai
Ga.. fair are considering the advisa-
hility of extending an Invitation (m
President Rooseve!t.
-,-IA-wis Nixon announces lhis can 1;
dacy for the democratic nomination t-)r
the New York mayoralty.
Dr. TH. H. Kemp. the Marleta
(in. physician charged with the mu-
dtir of John D. Gantt, a patient, wa'
fointd guilty of involuntary manslaug'J
ltr and lined $350.
' -. l',ur negroes were sentenced for
ittrl''i nat the term of Talbot. coun
it, l (it. piilerior court Just closed
Thr, ,omre sent up for life and one
for twenty years.
-Hlissi stopt is experiencing a la-
bor famnin. The mills and brick yard.
are haiaIng trouble getting hands, as
well as the farmers..
--Clifton 13ranham exhouted a
Wise, Va.. for wife murder. Before a8
Ing to scaffold lie made a speech and
asked Indorsement of his deed. Abo-i
three hundred of the crowd agroe.
with him.
-At rliday's seesios of the sov
(ri grand lodge of Odd Fellows i
Halti a the remart of.. kh.4uqIltti
rfi h tu^i, q,,lh'on dolla n',
rhlul b U3 uWIl.5lrt't:gi
Halt^'N^ te

- a-ra oiA f 55gflp-

DEAT H CA IMS ii nnfcttl ulftlis Ul'.s

British Ambassador t0 United States Van Wormer Boys Pay Death Penalty.
SPagsse Away in Switzerland, the In Eleetric Chair for Murder, o
Yictlm of Consumption, Their Aged Uncle;-"4*

Si Michael Herbert. the British am. A dispatch from.Dannesborat Y.b
basador to the United itats, died says, Without one unforeseen inai-
We64adof at Davos-Platt, BSwitzor- dent to mar the perfect and dignified
la8d, after a long and plucky tight execution of the death penalty tmpo -
agaladt consumption, which terminat- ed by thq trial court, sustained by the
0d with tragic suddenness, court of appeals and not .interfered
Sir Michael bad been at Davos. with by 0overanr Odell, Willieg Freder-
Plats about five weeks. When he re- Ick M., and Burton VanWormer, three
turned to London from America, he brothers, wbre put to death in fifteen
confessed that he felt far from well; and a half minutes at Cltntqn prison
but his physicians still held out hopes Friday morning, for the murder of
of his conquering the consumption, their uncle, Peter A. Hallenbeek, at
The ambassador expected to leayv Dao Greenqale, Columbia county, On OChrlst-
vos-Platz a week or to ago, in order mas eve, 1901. There was not one
to greet the Alaskan comminaloners In sensational circuaistanLC0 connected
London; but he contracted bronchltis. with the execution. The meh walked
Of this he wrote, only a few days ago, from the doors of thicir cells with calm
quite slightingly, saying it was only demeanor, but extreme .pallor.
annoying because on account of It the livery precaution had'been taken to
doctor Insisted on his not going" to hearing taore than the departure ofa
London to see his American friends, their brother from the room. The
Lady Herbert titended to leave doors had been padded and the Inter-
Switzerland a short time ago with her rilces stuffed with cotton so that the
children, but she apparently changed lteps of those who removed the lfe.-
her plans and remained at Davos Platz, loss body from the death chamber to
though The resort sl deserted at this the morgue could not bd heard.
time of the year. Lady Herbert was Three applications of the current
formerly Miss Letitia Wilson, daugh- and further time' aa required for the
ter of Richard T. Wilson, the New execution of WMils, but only two appli-
York banker, and is related toTue Van- cations '(t the full current 'were deem-
derbilt, Ogden, Goolet and Astor lam- ed necessary In the case of Frederick,
illes. and in two annutes from the time he
The following statement, by author- crossed the thershold of the room tlhe
ity of President Roosevelt, was issued doctors pronounced him dead. The
at the white house: bodlis were carried out into the pris-
"The president Is deeply shocked on morgue and the summons for the
and grieved at the death of Sir Michael last brother was taken back by 'he
Herbert, both because of his personal guards.
affection for Sir Michael and because Burton was killed even more tuilck-
of his high appreciation of him as an ly than the other two. Only one ap
official." plicatlon was required, though it was
President Roosevelt sent a message retained slightly longer at full press-
of condolence to Lady Herbert, as did ure than in the other cases.
also Secretary Hay. Mr. Choate, our In most all respe( ts the tragedy
ambassador at London, was instructed which closed at Clinton prison with
by the state department to convey to the electrocution of the three broth-
the British foreign office an approprl- ers was unique In modern criminal
ate expression of the Washington gov- history. Only once before In this qtate
ernment's sympathy. is It recalled that three brothers have
gone to their death together for a
OPERATIONS OF THE TREASURY. murder in which they were jointly con-
Showing Enormous Receipts and Dis. On Christmas eve, 1901, with their
bursements for Past Fiscal Year. cousin, Harvey Bruce, the three broth-
A Washington dispatch says: Ellis ers drove from their home In Kinder-
H.Rbershington depatch t Un hook, some fourteen miles to the ham-
SH. Roberts, treasurer of the United let of Greeudale, in Columbia county,
States, has submitted to Secretary where lved Peter A. Hallenback, the
Shaw his report on the condition of uncle of the Van Wormers. On the
the treasury June 30, 1903, and Its op way they stopped at tho Greendale
o erations during the past cal year. church. Thence they went on to Hal-
The total net revenue for hce year was lenbeck' house, where Mr. Hallen-
$560,396,074, an I'ncrease of $38.98 8,- beck, his aged wife and his aged
489 over the year preceding, aud the mother were sitting in the lamplight
total expenditures $560,099,007,4an in- In their living room. Both the wo-
$ .0men saw them drive past. In. a few
a create of $35,782.034. moment there was a knock at the
The surplus was $4,297,667. as comrndorend Mr. Hsi a kneckanswe ed
pared with $91,287,375 In 1902. In the door and Mr. Halleabeck answered, to
Spared with 91,27,37 In 1902. In find masked men before him, armed
e receipts there was an Increase of up With revolvers. burton Van Wormer
ward of $30,000,000 from customs, and With revolvers. urton Van Wormer
Falling off of over $41,000,000 from om led the way, and with him the old man
a ailing off of over r grappled. Atonce the four beg an
Internal revenue, the latter being the grape A son tsh icean
reslt of legislation enacted with thatriddled the body- of Mr. Hallenbock.
r object. On the side of the expendi- Mr. Hallcbeck. although mortally
tures there was an Increase in every wounded, broke away from hig assail.
Important account, except pensions ants and went to the landing of the
a and interest, In which there were d
a slight savings. The expenditures for sta heassailant saw him et the
r the tWo military departments, which gun anT faed. Tli man fell to the
if together amounted to $91,237.54 gun and fled. The man fell to the
If together amounted to $191,h7654 floor and died. The young men soon
forming by far the heaviest outlay for afterward were arrested, betrayed by
py single purpose, were upward of their footprints in the snow, and be-
d $21,,000,000 greater than the year be- cause they were known to have bar-
0 fore. bored bitter feelings and qo have
The aggregate Income, Including be- made threat against their uncle. They
i. sde the revenues, the receipts from were brought to trial before an extra.-
I bonds, notes and coin certificates, was ordinary term of the supreme court,
y $1,211.394,097, and the aggregate outro appointed by Governor Odell. In Al-
t $1,122,647.665. At the close of the ycgr bany. on March .0, 1902. Harvey
the treasury held $893,068,869 In gold Bruce tutred stato's evidence, and it
and silver on deposit against outstand was to a large extent on his testimony
SaIng certificates and treasury notes, be- that the conviction of the Van Worm.
a side the $150,000,000 In gold which -rs was secured. He swore that upon
forms the reserve against United the ride back front the scene of the
SStates notes. (rime each of the bIrotliers boasted of
Treasurer Roberts places, the mone- having shot their uncle.
t tary stock of the country on June 30, Judge O'Brlon, In writing the unanl.
S1903, Including gold and sliver. Uni- mous opinion of his court against the
ted States notes, treasury notes und appeal, pronounced incredilble the main
national bank notes, but not cortifl- plea of defense that the expedition of
r cates, at $2,lths,149,621, an increase of the four to Hallonbock's house was in
* $124.882,963 for the year. The in. the nature of a young men's prank, the
crease in gold was $10,187,401,, ad In fatal outcome of which had not heen
1 national bank notes $56,998,559. apparent. The court fixed upon the
a The total estmated stock of gohl wetk of July for the carrying out of
- was $1,252,781,990. the death sentence, but the Van
The increase of the money In circut- WVormers have bee, twice respited by
- latlon during the year was $121.740.- Governor Odell.
d 752, of which $59,776.462 was lia gold Harvey Uruce, their fellow In crime,
Sand gold certificates antd $54,520,193 for which they died. was tried alone
- in national bank notes. The share of and lwas sentenceti to Imprlsonme'nt
money for each person Increased 89 for eighteen years.
cents and the proportion of gold ti (ho
s whole rose to 42 per cent, the highest
s ratio ever recorded. There has been M'CLELLAN AGAINST LOW.

I a continual Increase In the proportions
Sof paper currency of the denomnina Tammany Hall, New York, Names City
tons of $10 and under in circulation, Ticket in Boisterous Meeting.
but the growth hardly keeps pace with A New York dlupditch says: Charles
the demand. The supply can be in- F. Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall,
creased if congress will authorize the carried through his program at the
issue of ogid certificates for $10 and democratic dty convention held at
remove the restriction on the Issue of Carnogle hall Friday night. The dem-
$5 notes by national banks. To meet acrats named George B. McClellan for
the constant pressure requires strewn. mayor, Edward M. Grout for comp-
Suou effort. The national bank motes troller and Charles V. Foeries for pro;
presented for redemption during the ident of the board of aldermen. Thou-
r year amounted to $196,429,621. or 51 sands crowded the hall and thousands
per cent of the average outstanding. more were unable lo gain admission.
The figures show that the tens and There were scenes of wild excitement
twenties remain in circulation longest, within the building and a great crush
In which many were hurt outside.
r The Austro-Hungarian Situation Growo
More Dangerous and Critical. Two Regiments of Infantry Senrt to
The German merchants in Buiidapeot Corea May Start Trouble.
s are going about In fear of their lives According to reliable Information
. on account of threats of death leveled received in Paris, Japas has decided
at them as a result of the language agi to send two regiments of infantry td
r station In Hungary, which has resulted Corea. This is regarded n authority.
I. n the resignation ot Premier hioder- ive quarters as being a most Impor-
Svary and may result In open *-hebelllon tant step as affectlmg Russla-Japanese
against Francis Joseph. relations and as itktely to accentuate
the possibilities of a war crisis.
s People Along Rio Grande RIver Appeal --
to the Government. colonel Usher Thomaaon Stricken at
t Fearing an epidemic of yellow fever, Army Camp Im Kentualky,
number of persons living along News comes frotm the army eaaqt
Number of prisons living along the .Howard, Ky., that while riding Vwth
t Rio Grande have appealed to the war the troops of tne Blue Army oat of
d department for the establlanment ait a, Camp Youpg Tuesday Colonel Usher
"shotgun" quarantine and that soldiers Thomawon, of the Georgia National
be ordered~ o thi duty. Whble the o* GOUar4l, who la at the 6ampwtameat
Sficlalas of the department are a4ro t' With Li ietenait Coloal 1'H0 Oilver'.
tided tbi 'Ske 'tn, athk c a in ti&A '.a i ti


Result. i Death'f f Ten Peo

ple arid Injury of Many.


One Engine Crashed Into Street Car
at Chicago and Another Into a
Crowd of People Near

Five persons were killed and twenty-
five others Injured by a aollislon be-
tween the Wisconsin Central limited
paaoenger train, which leaves the city
at 6 o'clock, and a Forty-third avenue
street car In Chicago Wednesday
night. The street car was crowded
with passengers returning from the
Harlem race track and every man Ih
the car was Injured. The motorman
bad received the signal ,o cross and
had Just reached the center of the
track when the passenger train rra&h-
ed into his car. None of the passen-
gers hald time to escape.
The blame for- the accident ie laid
by Mot*rm'n Kitroy upon the wet
rails of ;he track. He saw the danger
In time to avoid It and applied the
brakes, but the car slid along the
track with locked wheels. The pas-
senger train, which was running at a
high rate of speed, struck the street
car near the center, cutting it square-
ly in two. It was reduced to splinters
in an Instant, and tt'e force of the
collision was such that several of the
Injured were hurled high In the air.
and two of the killed met their deaths
by striking the ground after being
thrown up from the wreck.

Tragic Ending of Family Reunion.
A merry party, composed of about a
dozen persons, was run down by a pas-
senger train Wednesday night at
Sharn Hill, seven miles south of Phil-
adelphia on the Philadelphia, Balti-
more and Washington railroad, killing
five and Injuring three others.
The accident occurred in front' of the
Share Hill station while thte party was
waiting for a train. There had been a
family reunion at the Farran home
and several members -of the Farran
family had accompanied the guests to
the station. The Lamokin accommo-
dation, for which the party was wait-
lng, usually passed the station on' the
fourth track. This was known to some
of the party, and when the train was
heard coming In the distance nearly
every one passed over to the third or
freight track. Before any one could
give a warning the accommodation
train came rapidly down the third
track and ploughed into thle group.


Reports from All Southern States
Growing the Fleecy Staple Show
an Enormous Decrease.
Tie special reports on the cotton
condition gathered by The New York
Journal of Commerce at the end of
September show a decline of 11.8
poInts during the month. This leaves
a condition of 67.8 points compared
with G4.7 same date in 1902 and 63.5
in 1901.
Every state showed the unusual de-
terloration during the month, especial-
"ly Texas, where a drop of 17.6 points
is indicated. The remarks of many
correspondents suggest a still great-
er decline; but 'their estimates reduc-
ed to figures give the result stated.
These declines of 17.6 points for
Texas and nearly 12 points for the on-
tiro cotton belt probably show the
greatest deterioration in any Septem-u
ber on record, although the crop still
appears to be in as good condition as
usual at this season. The boll weevil
seems to have wrought unprecedented-
havoc In Texas, while drought, rust,
shedding and worms have cone more
or less damage throughout the onUre
cotton belt. September weather cond.i-
tions being generally unfavorable.
Prospects for a top crop are poor
and the season Is still two to four
weeks late, according to locality.
Replies have been received from
over 1,300 correspondents, the aver-
age date being Sptember 24. All states
show decreases.


Street Car Traffic Resumed Without
Trouble With the Rioters.
A dispatch from Sault Ste Marle,
Mich., says: Street car traffic in the
Canadian Soo, which has been sus-
pended during the disturbed condition
of affairs incident to the closing of the
Consolidated Lake Superior Company
Industries, was resumed Wednesday
without demonstration. Colonel Buch-
anan, who arrived Tuesday night In
charge of the detachment of 'troops
from Toronto, relieved Colonel Elliott,
of the local military, and assumed com-


Cave-in of a Trench at Columbus, Oa.,
Wholma Workers.
Two are dead and several are in-
jured as the result of a bad cave-In in
a deep trench In front of the new
board of trade building at Columbus.
0%., Wednesday afternoon.
The dead are: Robert L. Johnson,
superintendent of public worlif Of the
city of Columbus; Brad usmth, a col-
ored laborer In the employ of the city.


Union Labor Given One Instance of
Consolation by President.
The executive council of the Amer-.
can Federation of Labor nas i d ed an
address to organized labor wlIdh &d-
vocatee the eight-hour day, 'o
abuse by the courts of, the writ of in.
johntion and PtrangagbI-q* #Athe prFi


goeme HInaA PPor Women Who Desire
rusetstar Devplopment.- o
The following exercise Is recoin-
mended for filling out the chest and
throat: Take, the usnal erect position
with chest out high nd fine, heels
together, and hips back., Bring the.
arms directly forward with the hands
tightly clinched and palms uppermost;
then diaw the arms back as If you
were pulling at reins, keeping the nrumi
directly at thme sides and sending them.
back as far as over you can. All this
time the chest must he kept forward.
Neyer allow It to relax. With every
pu a l the Sake-believe reins take a
deep lahnlateon, exhalthig when the el-
bows tre fat back, and take a rest of
four or five seconds. This exercise
means mnacuhlir development. It
should be started slowly, and increased
gradually. First day repent only live
times; in n week increase to ten. As
yon get stronger, you cant make it fif-
Hollows at the base of the neck Is nnu
affliction with which many women
A tiny little scoop Is considered
pretty, mulch prettier ilndeed thtin a
neck that Is Inyer', upon lInyer-s of fat.
Ilowever, for n nctiaail hollow in tihe
neckt this exercise will be found bene-
Heels togetlier, hips back. chest out.
Close the teeth light together, turn
The head so you will look straight
over the right shotoulder, then. with the
fingers anointed with skin food, gently
massage the left side of Ithe neck,
sending the finger Iipas about In tiny
circles, always with an upward, out-
ward pressure. Massage while count-
Ing five; turn the head the other way,
count five again, and continue for six
or seven minittes-never any longer.
Beware of Catigue when exerclling.
Remember that as soon as you are
thred you nare in no condition for ex-
ercise. Drawing upon the strength of
the muscles is an exhilarating pnstlime,
not a task, and you should think of
your exercise In that way. Whatever
Is a bore Is not a mcutal stimulus, nmd
when the mind tos congenially centered
results are much speedier and more
Au exercise for the nervous girl who
can't sleep nnd who thinks site Is the
biggest of ,nnrtyrs and the saddest of
mortals Is to stand erect amnd very slow.
ly relax every muscle of tle body.
Drop the shoulders forward and let
the chest cnv-i In; head must fall for-
ward on the bust. Then very slowly
'and gradually raise tlie chest, lettinig
the shoulders and head go back until
the head rests on the back. Sway the
shoulders forward, and In that way
bring the head in position without any
force or tension. Thierei must be no
muscular mouveument of the neck. It Is
the swaying of the shoulders tlint takes
the head from one position lto another.
Drop right sliouldera ndd lift leot, al-
lowing hend to drop to right. nBack
slowly to position. Of course nill the
muscles of the face must b1e complete-
ly relaxed.-New York Coimmtercial Ad-
verUser. .

The Little Woman..

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Rumor has it that once igalin the
small woman Is to e tilhe "fashion."
It Is so long sinae thlie lime when the
petffe was not rather a stignia titan
otherwise thit the really small people
of my acquaiLItonrce find it Is anything
but an easy matter to believe that a
"good thne" Is really coming to tiheti.
Time was when the fashionable novel-
lats of the day cTrentied heroines who
were all fairy-like beings with In-
(Inltesimal waists and Imnpossible hands
and feet; and long before their day
the poet Suclling lhad immortalized
F certain little bride fashioned on a
miniature plan which greatly com-
mended itself to him.
But the reign of the daughterr of the
gods, divinely tall"-the girl who can
go round the links twice in the morn-
ing, who can play tennis nil the after-
noon., and dunce nil the eveatinig-lins
had so long a reign that her smaller
alsters had grown quite accustomed
to their eclipse. Perhaps, now that
"little" women are to be the rage, we
shall enjoy a period of fashions suited
to set off her style of beauty to the
best advantage. Hitherto the difli-
culty of dressing both becomingly and
fashionably If one's height did not
reach thle essential five feet seven
Inches las proved n terrible problem,
the solution of which defied nil efforts.
-Philndelphia Telegraph.

Tho Fashlonable Skirt.
The skirt made with yoke Is for the
moment extremely fashionable, nnd
the yokeo auny be plain, trimmed,
shirred or of different material to the
rest of the gown. A lace yoke so
shaped as to be much nnrrowor at the
back than in front nnd made so that
It fits In with a panel of the same Ince.
which covers the front breadth, or
takes its place. Is most effective, but
the shirred yoke In wide or narrow
cords, as is the more becoming. is also
extremely effective. Some of the vell-
Jdg and crepe tde chine gowns have the
yoke only at the sides aud back and a
perfectly plain front breadth. Then
below the yoke. at the sides and back,
the skirt Is in accordion or wide pleats.
The fnoaltion is thought to inuke the
hips look smaller, but It is necessary
to arrange the shirrings most carefully,
so there shall not be i particle of ma-
terial more than Is required on the
hips and there must always be the
effect of the yoke being shorter at the
back than in front.
Not particularly new, but always ef-
fective, is the skirt with the hand-
tucked yoke. in bias effect, and then
below the yoke the breadths alternate.
ly tucked and plain. Not only Is this
a smart fashion for mnslin and thin
materials of all kinds, but for taffeta
and cloth -of light weight as well.--
PIttsburg Dispatch.

TRIh CO"mmonnolare Girl.
"Many think the commonplace .girl
fI a social failure, but she is not."
says an observing woman. "AA a taule,
the brilliant Sna unusual tirla reesnve
mtre tio thet right hares of prms;
but we cannot hWVp lovnf the cona .
If~t ANtfB'.-t

The UIenltly Baby.
A healthy baby Is a plump baby. A
baby does not "take after" anybody
in being thin. A normal baby Is il.
ways plump.
Watch the temperature of the nnrn-
Pry. Begin with 72 or even 7T degrees
and slowly drop to 70 degrees. Do not
enervate a child by keeping It in a per.
splration. This alone will produce
Dash cold water over Its chest after
Its bath. from the day It Is born. Flila
will' strengthen the chest and lose the
pores in the skin, thereby preventing
It Is impossible to make a little Spar-
tan of a baby that is not well led. Any
neglect in this respect. will produce,
u puny, sickly child that will have to
be watched constantly,
Gunrd the little stomach with great
care and do not experiment with his
diet, by changing his fooe or by let-
ting himn eat Indigestible things.
Toughen the outside-but never'try
to harden the Inside.-American Quoeen.

Fad cl Hair Ornaments.
The latest decree in coiffure decora-
tiou Is that the ornament shall not
totuch the linIr. The owner of silvery-
gotlden hair enhances the fluffy aureoal
effect of lier coiffure with soft, lightly
fIshlioned choux of palest yellow tulle.
Another often noted in social aainals.
this time the possessor of "real red
hair," tries bronze red tulle, with an
occasional large black chenille dot.
with flue effect. Yet a third, a woman
whose hair has grown prematurely
gray. wears a delightful "ornament" of'
twisted chiffon In three shades oC gray,
und a very dark head. the real black.
that is "as glossy ns n patent leather
boot." funds black gautnz ribbon, with
:a narrow black velvet edge, most sue-
cessful when tied in a wide Alsatian
bow cross the head.

Linen belts and gilt harness buckles
are quite a success.
Ivory combed studded with gems are
especially designed for wear In white
The new Colonial tie has a wide flap
fastening with two buttons, but no

Paris seems daft over lace collar-
cnpes, cape-shaped boas and large col-
lar effects on coats.
Black aInce. gaize, chiffon and netted
worsted scarfs are worn on the head
for evening wrnps.
English pongee coats for driving and
traveling are piped with a color and
have removable capes.
The newest long chinuam have the
stones run through instead of encased
In thile netal of the chain.
The flecked woolen goods to be worn
for detul-anison street suit will be
trimmed with plain-colored cloth.
Coral Is growing rare and costly; the
pale pink beads are choice and are
shown combined with diamonds.
Bash curtains of scriln have a hem-
stitched hem and a border of scrolls
done in cross-stitch with lustra thread.
A few charming toques of lace have
appeared with the Prince of Wales
tips. three upright, once more in evi-
Silk traveling gowns have become
popular for many reasons, and they
are unlined, with a drop silk petticoat
Tailored suit plates for fall pl6ow
half-length coats, belts, full. sleeves,
flaring skirts and stole collars or no
collars whatever.
Change purses of bullion embroidery.
are to be foundel among the passing
novelties; also chatelahtea of old-fash-
loned bead and embroIdery.
Wrist bags are grpwlng larger: many
have leather handles now and, m.prt In
brilliant red. blue and $rea&A bhadies as
well as the more conservatlyoe grayP.
tans and blacks.
Round collars of band-made lace are
bak and .bring to mtpd snilar treas-
uFes lost to alght ,jthe
4pths of ofld l 0,, r-
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'Tb.e who.4W."7Wo Va th
grl wbrl O tW y .-
ight in ber- no 4 apt A.to ud ituAtea
her wortU YGof I* that froMI time
to tilhe she hua .etMie to ,ou foW com4
tort because abe delaited he w*as a
social failure anId so ordinary and
"Why, it ia Just these dear, bright.
little commonplacettrls that make up
the greater part of the World; it in the
commonplace men and woman, who at.
tend to the small but necessary mat.
ters that go to make np the' lre* Sum
total of our lives. 0. ,
-The genilties ar4 too busy to pay
attentionn tO .thbdse manll affair: aihd,
beeld they Ate very tare. [M'eh aro
always stuck by the sweet Sftplic-ty
and absence of vanity in. the common
place girl,. and, as a genptal rule. she
to the girl who capUvatea'thefr lienrt'."
-Brooklyn Eagle.
Appropriate I m.pe
One of the great drawbacks to a
womnu's feeling comfortable In general
society Is found In her dress. For a
nmn the path Is straight. His evening
dreon is practically the same for all
occasions. It is only'when he wanders
from the conventional and ludulges In
such enornilties as a four-bi-hand with
n dress satit that he makes fatal blun-
With a woman the case is different.
She does not always know how sile
ought to dress. If she goes to a dinner
and wears the only ligh-neckeo gown
In the room shie is as uncomfortable
as she would lie If she went to an even.
lug party In a low-necked frock ntil
found every other womn- there dressel
to the chiln. Because of this, It is safer
for her to find out from some one who
knows the ways of the house what will
be the probable dress at a place where
she herself is a stranger. Customs
vary greatly In this regard. I know of
homes whore lowjcut gowns are a
regular feature, even at the family
dinner table, and there are other bounce
where such dressing as this Is never
thought of except fodr the post lupot
tant of evening parties or bnlls.-New
"York American.



AON GRANT t ha iI fnld, nl l pii : Mary was aig
light spriug w ng o n t, w it lrt ,;- 1t 1 t ue for thrend a nd
In~g td'go'With hisw I (v|io lI' I nI,, qtIes Stll lie, was proudt,
her frids to the Loswvur of utr liih. ltid in I it hind owner, arnd
Rap eh. e Wiias really li,-pt nfly'lig 1that sihe wonild go with
going, fiugl o l1 hll ai 0l 1r1eti day hto ;e -the L-ower lMinueh
vowed that she never would. iButnihi-y hii l it was tell illilieq dltanti, a long
.were not ready yet, lp ,ithei owdu his rt I fIi iedo r tlie l lid liy Iii the he vy
head on'. his h nds 4nd aln-'lo -el hilR wilgOll, milid s, l it 11 ii tiiao busy.
mind tQ wander over the almost tweiity Thint si n an l i. i-i. 'ete iiost
years of their married life. n illi.i- tlhin gd r, ugi s t, mind the
Np one WOUld evel' nReltse .Ins k hu lit ,is l ti d g It a r lu:'1 ,1t lllo l ni mr l .
Grant of sentniel ntaIllty; yet i Ihit In Ills' "iniig niOi. it-l Ia11by lllleul to
retrospection his thoughts' dwell withN1 Mai*y'*i stV-11 i1 it t in 1 ,1 t li I iin'iR
Singular persistencee upon i l,,rt,'lit 1 il',, 10,.,,-i ,s I' I> l i ,I girl.
morning in g hay li lg sunuon long, I alo.i t i I tI[, ',,lltl ii, i s fi- i,,1-w Ihll igs
when pretty Mnry lMo.re hml coll. t to Vh 1i ,'sillisl Iht,, i, iite d, l'1.i 1
help his mother cook for li to h ay linn,. hltnnl lhl, iilI t uen il in iiu l pa'.'-
lie recalled the Je.tloils prinig with ni.t-it inlwit ;i s ltiriiig h:1 ,l illI II' f Ue?
which he saw the young iul iserLO dlv, .A lird irl l It h elieii A li,li- aIii of
Mary to the door-for JitSOnl I ;-i 1.ir i ,,,li.,iynlool i .lav., nil,- l1 t i i eitt-S't .
ibait-working, close-lnlnded, gira-s,1iiig. f.,'r liusi. |ltl ,.giow ls <1 :,asling
.,was never given to senillitpi t. llui vairs i -n-..oi, ,l tI,. utwork ln .1 slipped
twenty years made II diffel',_. wll,-,,: ,li, al, af ." I l i hl h, rlht)
be liad been at th t time vwhat lll. ,. illit lhit li, w as ti,,h. I.illipitien lly.
of ih6oe.'thi r ftarmuer boys vwrer--ov-,n I fteir, Iiha, ishe, i.,.hiil ,se that three
though every one thought hitm wrilp,.,l I,,, ii ,-I Ilio n lll, 1 ut I inmli l i'tlll-
ill) it Igfld-gettig and m uoleyiai kl-tia h al- inlui it0 ,Ia ll, i 1i ,.',r of ti i u
, How well bhe reoiicn-lm lredii t -lr. la, sl liti i ii t I i u. tni, i i, l I l i t
ie hlind made numerous trips. tit,,,i,, i.', 1i111, 1 lit h ,I Ilti% ,1 1-o li ,lt.
scary and unieceBsnry, froin i hay II.1 ,1 'i 11nt Izit. i,, I-,,at '. tr Ili.el1A us p id
to house, JtiP4 for a word with il'ary for. s lit .ouhl lid at it hired ghl antll
Moore, pri for a nlluise of lit- r 1iltiui 'W,.'h,)mlt'

that rose oftenest ipefo-, tc hh wit.s tlint
of M116A ftralled by tho doorwaVy. si1nil-
Dni) upon him nB he turned I vily wiilt
lhoe haR mIner for which lie htl ini:i.,l
one ( ose inaleeesary trlIps. 'That
tmll 6,i iilde Il hetrt heat like it
iahth r'of inobler sort-foolisih .fil
All, me!ie.c'tould see it all In dotnil--
the yellow farmhouse with gre.u shlit
tors, t ihe: 'iaito" for tool'., Il l i i-tlit.
the grildetone, the scythe, the ia rilden
ralto, the wood-pile with the ane hi the
old stump, the well-sweep, hio".'ild il I
trotch of orehlird frece, I li, liuiin
swiallowtelreled, nud tlih fiist- niltlill.,
luiaO4%4ki lper9 l lilbay.
Jnson, the only son, hind lihorrittil
the Grant hl mesteaid; anld a3ary .Moore
hind beOn lviso, lthn the worldly polnt
of view, lip lecopting lisl hainl. grnsp-
hng though It was, ratlier tlin n that of
Hlie) y3Ung niltlster, which haid hleeln
offel h: i.(t 1 .On that veriy iiuit'imrltng't
It wals inoro the spirit of Iuintte reo-
(teotry that prompted lier to Inform thli
reLiccut ,qy ung farmer of the honor
proffered hler by tile minim.tiiri ; tIionghl
JaNgdh-li'.rant, diultng thie lpmtr n econml
thought following ti arli diitioll insisi .
ence of hip owtn proposal. caine too he
conclusion l til ille liifortul iCatlion ta:il
beau,. youghed hitu in order to nbrlug

Hthr"fa'tiotr had for omattie titnno hl
his businala. #.ye upon i rich L1illou.-
land ranch. "i entire aectlon, sit l in--
dred and forty goodly ni-es., (ioo ill.
watered and gently sloping. ntmi lyinc
ill the Inevitablo palli of thi i nuitlih.
talked-of brhinAlrroad fromt sBnt to .suit
of the. adjoining eountliev. \\'loii old
Ranchlan Ornnt enimni to his List Ill-
ness, shortly re hl SOn's ti W(l lie confided to the lU'os iroptlve brile
grooni that the tcovotedl nitlliI cold
beo liad upon ni sminll iMiyintent. mid by
assuming tlo lieitv'.y, lhounl lonig-ltoie
litortg-age held bly east-rni pnties: nril
that Othe naeiilriein-nt of iI wiSa worth
even the postponement of their wed-
But love Is love; lill dllitndering pro-
posalR was nindel, aiti tlio iiairiigo
celebrated sliorlly qflete liet old father
had- ben Inid to r.-st. It was not un-
til the'eddhitg duny haint the young
ranehmanh told his bride of the pro-
posed pitreliae of time Lowe'r Itaucl.
that'it would rewquir all his rendy
moley for lhe Irsot pinymen and timt
they would linav to defer their Intend-
ed weddug tour t totheo Snte ocpitnl.
Instead, shlie might necompatny int to
the county-seat. whlt'c hto i t t o go
fix up the transfer of the mortgage.
So Ii's .'t oil rltnttt-hov.- ;:';,,
site was of te inow nnine-lnformniel
her friends antid tihe mliulter-whlo haud
the grace to hide hlis (dlsnippolaitmient
and offlelato at the wetdlng-tihat for
tleo present "imy Ihusbandu and nme'+
-would Jdbirney to tlIe county-seaut and
stop at lio beat hotel till n"my hurs-
band's" business u-noa sttled, Mllut of
bniyng lt hundrpei anid forly tares of
tho richest bottom-land it the moemit-y;
tlbPt later, they would hulld n flie'
house on. their new ranch, and move"
thore; and tlat they would go oln itelir
wedding trip In the flhl.
Tmeedlefor to may, that we ldng tour
.was never taken, So this wai the h-ft-t
of a long series of r.edits to slIai-
Grant in her account with the I Lower
ianch. That fall her health wits not
the best; by spriutg, baby Ruhen i nie.
and the multipllcntion of houseldohl
fares tied her to the hon e ranch. Biut
Miry, was yofing and strong, andt like
auy other loving woinn, centre hler
ltear firBfer llibcand. homie and It by.
sang about her Niork, and lanlghd
drlvn ap i tnhiptt f a we0i41di1g lour.
T" Ue V'tijaimt iblter tliang she
wanted Mttre; a batby-carriage, soimme
Hiew clothes, nnd in Ingrnii raopet
for the beat room. But hnr mother-In-
law siald she had raised one son and
six. dtnghtert without a baby carringe;;
thlt the 'wg!dding elolthes could be
over, and that rag-carpets ought
to be good enough for farmers' wives.
When- Mary appealed. to her lius-
balnd, he'afmid gravely that lie feni-ed
Ueli'd have to wait awhile. is the seml-
annutA payment on the lower ItBnch
wRa about duie, and lie hardly knew
hdW ie was to meet It without acri-
fitillg uome hog. on the- then low far-
Ikta Theh. Mary. in 'a burst of gener-
o4&, sRaid he must do nothing of the
alie should have her butter and
lUInu.ome, which, wna no -little. So
'iAto carry her heavy baby,
ide twerlrti .mreauiii' wedding otitlit
aM& qulSt.je. p rvelnlkgs t asing and

It 1i% 14 lt- 1,-111 i .11, i" lii tlin ep mthnort-
91iK, w I' 1 4 1h ai l t1 i I d1lolninlh trip
htll to il- l. midiuh 1 |Iliet noulnty'-en-a i.
Tlhe ., I oi %. i 111ii4ii W Si )1 S n) Ii',.h I w ithI
t11lily iiti' ,f Ilit. In il 'or st huuill h. ut
Ih.- iif'eiil t itws wls lie Iind lea'rnli o
IIoI Iin uhll r-y hinthti .tn on llirant wiits.
liiil-, i. t iilid work mi i aid iili illhioull
lt lt li' u it 'l,- i ]I id, ns ihet' ilmmnind'td
it I,. nihl- o tlohe Inst poni y. So there
W il. t it- ironllih li nhclit tilt xtelsliolln of
liiti tito utgii ,;p nl lltn t iel i-r ini l niiin r -
itrn'ilI lii -i rutllhlitt. Ills wife wnts
notI ii .vilipati Ever -m'y 'niit of th lio xte nuilon of Ihilt
niortsagin ient ll another yiut\r without
hlell- in lile holiuse
T'li' iocil five yeras ltproved iharder
lliii lithei tllrt ive. Mlary'N superti'
healtl yieidd more ndntl more to tl t,
straI it. Thli' rosy I'fiic nd inins g rew
hirown ill landhllhiery front otilosurel' nl
tIe w'ii til hl). illn tlt, 'ihrdit llind lin titn'
hitrtiynird. Hinh toulh -les pride lin her-
.s'lf iiui l i hhtli lrl' i nO wi wtilit 1(s14t f're-
i nlvii ily ti tho l ll ,i. tho ilghi ll miivilmlusto'r.
still iiinii rrihi l. n-llrd ti o prole sl. St(in
gu l'raw ilinor' li -I il Ir i-htiltnt n if'hltitlly
:1iid Mi lfi' .nti .iliii dl. iit i-li "i-trod i110
eternal < ir-l." if ,.ikliing, ldish-mw isl-
ling, 't'i'lling ni it 11 litilillin wu ilt s llig,
tillhiiiit m t l m t UintI rio.-lI milg ithliales.
1lnriil g Ihi Ms.- Y'urliiS of i tini.-illnig p .v-
lilnl' r. stirl ttn'Sh llii i li i n walnt
of n i t ilt l -sliOi in' s lt'-iol, uioo1 ts for
hlle chl- h i'-in. n hIntrihl- (of tnIdllie, e. or
milIll loutiiiit.nni fti liho imiit'Solntm -
butt It w-.;is -oiinfrnriteiluh by il-1 Lowe'r
itnniiel nmId its neIt panynelit.
At Intilh tIhe itmirtig1ng- wits lifted,u
thli' l lt pi:y.vlliet t tilt.: utl tlie sKign of
p.l n linlnil rt i llif wn iiiulloiirli 'dl Iy' the
ItImii linteitiuit, tlitu t tle Il Io luom11 s "
w'ou hld t Io l hni ltt -for rt lint ig liltr-
toa'. Thlieo prtoJ-eet'l ihd ii mhlond
f oiln oitinoy sill io con nlly senit was
onjoya lig Its iennliltil lhmooi.h ti li.owti'
Iti-lh wini onl is m i r\ytd i't ,11o, atnd

Ii IiitVeliitniiu. it u nrjn just tiliu
hlistines- Io kle iftp I t 'With It lirI gnllihoi'
tn iit th re'rdy for wli-:it inlihl htiitiPn i.
'I'I' "oint, liOnp li.t" tt-li.m ltns ii 1 1
itillhed. i ind' i l(it l.mntt .hl:i ;rln t i t irtmgeo
his wili to g 1 will hi t illn tld se it
on r t ly iullli Ol ie or lieri' o n'tr liiillhe
iaiilles i, tind ifill n-dir ':I. s im Ittr intV M i
ton tireti: the chulldr'in tuluLt |go-lult.
ben, Mrs nsily lid ,fo ,1t rlll .ma y
over ihad be-en hi lhie l.t vit''' Ilnith,
tinr ti It wva.i. Tihe Iotgliog of wearlie
ienrs Io visit banll ehiangtfn, i\t Intot
idllnt'eneo, nnd I'hNlnd-by tlo n aposl-
tloe ivprsia loli. it' untmr>moutrlnltlle to
hipr limnislind.
The year that followvedl werhce fnll
of prosiprlty for .Inhtsou Gi-ant. l1e
"liotiglit more Innill t o rclso toroe corn
:j feed] minore hogs"-Iilt eternal circle.
Ills poucspHiontS Inreiaipied fields.
learns, sloec, f!itnll li. He would hInvo
Ith'odm a girl for Ills wife. ie told heur
oneo tinfy nh bout hire; butt colnotry iell
wn s ilgh-i1epd.o ind l Hidesd, Mdisiely
lind Muig were quitil old emoughi et
tnke red.poi11Ilbllltles. 'i'o ths ialn ly lid
,not respond. Sbhe wns grow lug to bo
nlimost ns allent nts lie.
A More yelral, more irompeirHy. mon e
i1ntproveilnentsu oin nil ie rUitheiin nIn
tnow of the staitt of affaIrs nt hlit oard
rnnlh liouste. just rn gliinpse.
Ilanechinin Gl ni)t sils Inside the 3Gy-
crepmn of tihe west lullchei leloo'. Mri.'
(;i-innt hint "done" le suplter inllsheS
nmid stralned tile milk ind net the yeinmt
aind plked the chickens and put itbh"
1)bly to sleep iand heard Mnag's nld
Willie's Sumutlny-seidoolI leiomm. anti
now lPte draw B her mendingh liinlt-t
itenr the Ilmp. nti npproarheBs iher
hiutband on hle mitnttr of their share
of thie minister's salary. T'hlie Jonesems
give len dollars beslhleic moit keeping
the ruhnlster and his sister In meat.
The Turners give teml dollars and never
go to ton without. inking a buimhel
of turnilt Io tihe parsonge. And didn't
he mind, they hnd spt down four tdol-
Inrh anti one-lhalf Int revlvnl tilo, nnil
only fifly centt of It wavs pnd. hbesilmes
tile hnlf buithel of potnoes aind what
butter Khe liad spiltredl?
EmboldenOie by Ills lileice site gopes
on to renitnd him Ihat lnuhie nDecnul 5
new pair of lloots, silce he nnd the
team hove been promised n week hl
Turner's timber. Awl Mnady ought
to have a new cnlIeo dress if she
takes the little ones to Buutlay-Behool.
Amd shIe. herself, would Illke to get
another bottle of bint Irouu tonic Just
to carry her orcr bayig seaitoim; the
other bottle hasd sort o' brtl'td her up.
Sbe hated to go to Dr. Dean egain.
when be wasn't paid yet for sending on
Willle anld the balb.
Jason Grant Is aatonlshed. Doesn't
be let her bave hmlf thp baiter and
ees ziOne', and.ougbtnt a woman to
khemp tlerfelf In lttle tilinas with all
' tUati, lon't all this ,lem where ahe
trades Cerry called Atid Ruben's
l0i will lJit aiutheg two mototh, st

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xww'Iial i
--~ g-~ 'fWpg.4~iMS7ANOII~~h!VLLISPLA

lI poiny every, Sundny for the 6roll0e0&
tibil Sheii doesn't stol tNi bitelatid
h-w ""t ell thlt nitUmilit4 tI ii n yeali
Wohiltit- are mintitig at iltllnctrt (inythow.-
Wlell, he'll I',.' Io he Iii' ti- iume of t11hes
dnys aind in- ilittilh t Imit four dolullrs.
Mayble i'll tIlii i'iiiir tii-tri pt u itoes.
lie settles nikt tIo lil p:ii' or wltlilitt
a 1 en01tioni or lit lilt-,dilii'. hil lhilt
wife persisls., Ilie-ili Inlf fri'gtth-il.i-t
sit hor owin tenjfilly. <.'i t Al hlihave jut s
eliougli to get tit11 tini ? Sihe f'inn 't
sell bliitelr amid eggs filt (hlo 'i lo'ov.
it ill cnitim o ly t i' I'ltrut i-Li vi'r till
clbl w'entli'r. Niipm Isimi'l fiiiii-h right
nmart, iiad I'ltmy luillm i h i-I 'il
Hltr luibintuid brlika i Ilpliniiil-ntly.
Hlow limIPI dIhe' ki bo lhei ri' e-sti Thirty-
five e mlints. l n(1111111 iit i thle exaet
ihnnge ilnt i) 14'r itinidid hlnd., mutter,
Inlg (hit hle ldoe-sii' 't ,, "im'.- Le Is eve
to improve lit ;.-i,\tr uillinlie If sli
Ionps Oiln. Ntnrly nit whole nilf dltllier
for t bottle of pntiilt n ill ln telinth
won't do iiny gii, l -Illliti'r. W lilin e ire
iilways shik or ti"llnk tlity ti'r. If ihly'At
only lnko tilrec o f lthiemsel%',tl! lie Is
niatr s'ek. Alkwavy itnitey liitcs Rlumt
think lils br'ole lim.s poklttc ilre tlti-tk
fitl ill a th tlie '? A n iii ii rii satruiglo
ailuoiIg all hI- tilh.ys imid wor'l Ilkem it
linve antd liver get iitlitail. Anid to
tmep hi money. ROe, goiod 'rnllil hllver.'
caslh., iinil yol. wo him hii llt-i\owin
liwiy in tls.h-II rol thiliing ; nis piitelit
ltllio'm l Il i Is hl)'wirlghli (i0itI'lligttitR!
Anld Itwo now s ikhlus liriokenim ii tnii itnw
tillvy 'n'iko. it lto iy, iiiidl n s itoik wt'll It
ilig nil illo .i>\ "r nli llih, n il \w ii'lt
thit rinII.l1 l ii -11 r li4iw h hn I is (Ih4 il'4
After sever'il tin li liiictri\i'., nryt
i'ilnt' livo' r*h|iin l'( 1) t I.,i"-o Ir K iit 'li
RI'I.'t.W lit it Hi i i of iMiai n.u No t (only
lil Nlit i r 'fit.t' Ie smil, it lit i .slu- lu'i ,iLi
ti) tell hl er nellglil 'rris in n ioi ll'ttf l \i'ny
tllilt slit. liuil il, 'vr mr al81 ti hi. II ig hIive
oC Ittlit. hointhi l l twh l shli w iti :% litl le.
n 11 m i t11101 I 1111111tit eg illin i ir 11 goi ,
1111d whi t t W it 111iii<>r 1l, iP .',VI \v,-M ill
go ieiill .It. Il 'u .i.' ilts O (il.- silije-'t
Iloll lihiith -'i'i wil-t 1 (llilhtil1%e. T'le
libilt grelw UIllon li1r. Slhe would Ifl
lie sa tie storyy' to) t\le ryv tiii., ltm Ii iti
lt'itn ee itt-alititit iiiu' ilt It l i'eipnl':t her vow \ tilt t 11 iilillitr'
in hie i'cT.eliet,' of lIh'r l1ilm iinil -it I\ W
wiilet Ili te iliilmul-rter inevr l'irot ineid
twhiclh tlhe Inimsliril itinevr fl'orgat\ve.
ilnt (lie i1 ', i ift," er it 1 ,v lt' s Ilinit itlv
Ilt i licounty -s'ont. Jinpton irnilt r i'-
t1iirn-id holi-u t1oo Jnhilmlhit lit i-'0it'ilil1mo1'
u'lly wroitigs. Tlim e io riih liond wvi-
Il li 1e built., I I' ut., w\is living buil.
Thie sinlvey wnaeln oinipll d,I i .t un1iit'.
ti o l b h t u i n n o l i w hli l li f o l 'trt i i e, I1
stllton wans local-ed rilghl In Ilit smNuli-
lvi'st l'lornir of hIlls scllon. A town,
rojo liitg In tl he il inii' of flraiivil'll.
wns to lin hill out. 11) lnd hi voi>llit ei tla
Towin t'ilillpny. wity th tit iii'lt' of lots
to Ie i lxoill l i lt hlIt i -cr"etioli. Neo\it sill
utist go Iti aco thilIr town onl thlle
rtillit h.
Shi lionrd tihni through will he'r little
inithllesimts Hmilh, limit sili01 liie could not go; she -miis Itlwnyil too
t Hired.
And sle eluinig In (hr rt-ialtitloti. T'lie
roal wiln-I coliiplht.1d, Ihe twinvl l1id out,
lots4 Hold n ul,] liholss ei' tll iy Ito
iti ghic of till tN've-ste'n l-ItIUHM. Grn-lit -
villle IGlershed t111i HiiliiiTr. mindi frill.
There wore lli s''rll i new i luiintier
nitld froeih lpilit anid I lit-lihld or 1-ilHv
njiil hnli 'u r. A qiry wni N ollnelli'dI
wIilihin two miles of t li tiwn. TIhu
tifN\v 1ttiiui''-, wilh hi l \vo i riti li
grnval, wilu hnhd Oltl hn llc nour llitin t
it % i-eu .-' 1lit m tt him le i nol ti tek nt
s'ti-i-uuim of J|imum
lut illh TowII (.'noiiwiil'Ht wiro ienterd
i-.uv thIe town. liM Iwtlt li." l-iw with
lim loggeil lied'torsltkn'i of r Itn elis.
tlli uih lie towl I w-it le-he' it.'ii'er t
iv irhet. Sth u i' nlini il it i hliito tilti-
g'llitur oIl St iltlili fl'Oi u ilm Wr--''rs
were' trntfot'r't fromtil ti- i'lit ry
hrliootllium lo il iwm\v i 'liti'i-li In lowt.

Aulinr Grtli Ian ii 't IIeP l iimee r f
Mlie- tustil It leet tuli, I tm it ti' .ii ltCd
bulrer nor ti tm.irvite's r- itell l ulnofk
qhtillT 1 nit I lin,- ria uitry filt I f'uu tlirte
ytr- nmo. Ilir miit'lgul.s iirth hi o1ylioek11
diem froni wintuit of iclit illout. nlid
lnndy Itiol tlir h-iii e mrumrm, of tlit lat
bils a i, ct'.n lire IliiilIll"s ht' latr huind
Koeit to Itkp liny hiit<'rmist."

JusT-n (Irnhit ant In h1ti lidt pln'ng
wagoin wnllih,; to R niiml lhor frhnsls' tIo Io I.ow<'r I'iiuimh.
Shte wns really giuh!-i:. iiumholnuhulim tme lined
vowed that slit ticier wonihlul. itt Illriy
wtro not rently yol. nti lie \ltow- ] hlis
hcad on Ilit hnutitt nnd itill'.'ed lIsi
mitlitl to Wivtuhet' oie'r nil lhti years of
Ihelr mnimrrlPd life.
Pi-esently lhe ninllstelpr sit it' oilt of
til heoursi. nitid spokle i wori' t sister who lidi <-li;urgo of ltoe Tlitn lie catne to wagon and itOit'linel blei nrm, of Ilihe
dm-atmllimg miami. If" hu, nimitlert ltieh
bPen a Wolitinn. lie ulglht hina't suulll
eoniitlmlimg utiml'r, linire lie had umtear
forgotten Mtn-y'a vow. As It wims, lie

cllnibld to ti'he wigon-op.ilt lin ll-ince,
took the reins f'roi .Innon Glnitt'n htlul
and gave thie umei for ithe prot'mouesolm ton
stalrt.-Waverley 3MNagiazlii.

cartioi5hiwal ioi dihi That thie callss ;f Pn.

lie u Waft u glhllshutiti, stand itdnliItil
lit, lind llvtld hli New York for seven'
vears, lie lung to linsuliir opliilos will
it himu.elty that pumlit tills 'friends., Fo'
1u1u thuin g lie t lvii>it ikmsh typn -'ll g a ig tuit1
ihh -. Buit v'li n lloughI ila ,iu'e lo'
for that ineg.sPluy oh tlho uimodern ngl
%niem well kinowni, his itimisntna itit'ces ,,
wea iinrdly i'repalrlFd rit' lii inlomt ex ,
lilblitloi of 03tretille pui'hillioinsitunm In
tl ituanitt'r of -oi'resimiitelI'e. Thlint
mmtill ijuLit uhro'ugh ills hi'ply it n i1iiinu
wilo hild ilvised ii hl hiti o dvertise i
the daily plilpr'r. a t'rilit *etnnidify
Wilhi he deahi'red to sell.
"Ohi, but I.elon't wlnt to ndmirtivse."
te'(nomiiisr'linltd Ihle lntglltlittien. "'11 If
too miniel trouble.i "
111f iil viser cuolmii'ed tIhi point. "I
don't aset liowv ynu make thnt oii." li
Wildl; "All you hlinve t do Is io writle
oult mour itl. mel lpiy foir It. inidl ifitr-
'aril' rtlid the inurtw'er. I fall to ntu '
whlirno the t'remidolit itmoit iof tr.l'i
ilte C'omim's In."
"B'ut you fuorgtet tili mostly hlutoriiant
point-theli answerliing if all th, letter
I sliihll get." e mii tlhl e IEntgllshimiiun,
T11' manliim with ildvhlie to throiw u111y'
looiiked 'itDrioum, it 1m the -nglishim iiii
ptroc'eiied to expliln.

puptTrts cuills out sio i->fiuirlitdly unllisy
iltirs, '.ou kniinw," Iet' unld. Ihiue
lnid eni loln Io ildvt i'llMe tw its t li't i
.tiningl to this tml initry, iniit w illi -nlligei l lioil | i|)e>. will n 11nihi InN r;
ga;irtld it fur in inltY I htuiia enti tit) lli.
itml i-itel- t(l- ne it took Ime lti-i', -h ws
Ito ch iit i it itit itm' littt 'it're'.si)iiule'iir'."
-" Ih t v-yoi d elln't uiiitiin ito i tiay." -x -
hii i td tile inii' rt' 11d audv rlm .', "that y li
niiuwcrmemid nil tlii lett11ie- ynil rpt<'elvi'."'
"I eo i'tliiinly 1 ml4," n-itrtlie'd ilhe Elig-
I-lshinuiin. "-VIhi ,lm'(s' could n olitle-
nIII ti *,nougLg tit w rile t me .i h 11a1ilt 1 \ ')
Ilhouighliimost of tlih' Il''rtc" wveir'> -ortlh-
lt>ai tIht.v repreiiMnted time aid linliri
itildl oxiip i1e, nd a ot inimoni nourtp'y il-
mnild illihn I '1 reply and tell tlit wUlttr
hUit I miould ilot si'e my wn, t'iear tli
Iriiisiuiliing further business with I
"OIl, of course'." anid the nditli1ir. "It'f
,utl h1ohl lint view of tunuluiitil 'r-lhil
mniuielItlesa. I (-ttnllot urge you let idvetr-
Ilie viry oftenl"
'1'Il, l-inglishinian saihook lile hli-id nt il-
ly. Y'ou dh iol sotn li i to allprti'l'ilto my
point of vihw," lie nild. "Yiou Amiier-
l-inis irut m Impolite In busliiHt mif-.
falrs."-.Net'w Yrk Timies.

iSpellhiin lioformi Aglmn|.
There IR n itnew oullrenk. says tihe
'Mlluiiilapulls TrI'lbunne, of mpliIlling re-
fourim. Earnesit tpermona res im- wrUnig to
liph iew papeir s nhoilt I, mnm it limi l
iie s' pit ars tnre tryligK lo l gin nil litoiitt
allnd r'orm thl[eir uown iplliming., nirnl-
lug to tlhe rtil'l'-iiml hrileslt of tIhe u1U'iMrn'l
soelit ies.
It Is liIo old story. WVe lire, to ltirli
with 6lsiipllfyling Ilhe spelllig of twi lv'
Inge mind hlid wordil. Wheu w, hintv
luldu|red ail leti ulrt's of tEnglilh uto
idulpt our refoitdi apstlllnig orf iiese,
we ni're to take twelv uiore'., itmt RO
ou, .utitll we litve Ighitly ilvutlntitived
all Ithroughl the dicllonary from A to
lziiu ird.
Will tlio elarii'ml l rerfourimerm tiever
linrui intl Iui Ie Mipilliig, w.Vllifg unitn
lironuulrilon of Ilipe IligillIk hli itui-t
ire nt ntuu in Iti ti ilugs lie'yont d ,oit'rcl
Ily" t tudito hiwt or im llita aieem- itfu 1";i-
so ttll uik?
\Ve do not iti0ll the' En1gllh1 iiB-
git g. Tl'he ,'Ignllii laugiliu ge, orlln
ls It. I is n Itliving organlsui, tiul, trow-
InIg. cj-im tiglig, like ii Jlly i I tolmiln it
in IIt ut wller. te Italk wi'ldy nboiit
lie laws of lung1ign';: nlIt hlie wItIBt
leiil I rell U i11it l hey k owii Illti ulIouit
If tIle iltliglli Inu niings. or iutiny
lvlnt l hanglinget., hiave foutilllvtie.
hliinphg fore. It Is tIhe gelnernl ItIn-
titnkeoui "oimaclt o1f its usieret. tio s viulltrim
ite ItI It Ir 'eslst lh e, int litle nd t lilftltl
h nittlaigi itselfti.
Whier' n a ]iiuguuigi' leigln to yh'hl lit
the siifitlitg hiuti of the learned tim-nil-
ei-ile- It iMegins to die. Wlien it It
deid ysut may spell and pronounice- It
ianty wny you like, as we spell atid
pronoutimt'e Latlmi nund Grein; bant uot

T'loe a-hleveemint of the rat would
be lu're-mible If they were uoh estab-
ilshed on authority beyond dispute. A
unt hs l been mm, for oetmple, to
mount a table untd llpmet a box of figs
ot th the floor for the benefit of twenty
tnaling riets; amd the stopper In n
tiinsk of oil has been removed by raisi
which theta dipppiued their hollS talls Into
tim bottle until It Wag dri. Buhtr
|uas been found ta deep drawers thirty
fiet from the hilace where the rats laid

found II, and they hive been known
to. carry eggs from the bottom of ia
limuita to the top without breaking
tbole. tlie egg resting upon the bindt
legs of iies rat and thie o ,elegi of an-
other as tbphey climber the stairs, A
- win-otnrwit oce o verui .niu,

-mnn-of-wnr wnl once so overrun with'
An Authority on Nuipoleon. rnts 11111t they destroyed a hundred-
Srelerich'k Miusoion. who lilnt just beeu weight of bIalllts every day, and it
el-'Cte( n mPmnl)er of 1he IFroinch Aitd- wnm n-cessnry at last to smoke the
Piy. IN fnimemd ns one orf thie girutest ship between decks.
Ilvlf i nuthorltle.s on i SiNapiolon. Ile
represents In Its most nutle plinmse the 'mount Ar-at.
I'renmth Napoleoinlh ultl. llai collection A F'r.nch paper states that two
of Nltniol-onic rlleni I -onld o nol s ;i'reiincioni recently succeeded inl
,x.'itt Ihnt of I'rlnce lt1mlatul Bonn- rmIi-lihing the summit of Mlount Axirarat
pate I htbus peti a IfT tImin.l in lin- Int lilesthip, at a height or17,178 feet.
inotling lhe tmlnlih 't ih eltlls of Nlnp.- Tihne Inhatbitantl of the regions mir-
leton's pull and inlirtiulary pi'ate r oundin g Mouut Arrant still believe
lfe. hit M. Mlanoin mtoro thall itlnit ithe m mountain is absolutely Inac-
Inc-re anthllanrlan aini cotmetnetator -c.islble, though it is known that as far
Snnpublshrt d docn und cntso inentat back as 182 I) te summnlt was ascended
upon unpublsh- wd lou given i. to thas y Parrot In 1834 the Russian, Al-
ape noges whouh lie dlsiusse, and io tonswo f, succeeded in reachbin theo
Ipe sIon en- hs on o to l Aady nd I ummit Of all the persons, however.
in mald tbnt his election to The Academy o er cendcd to the top of tha
represenlis a most Important Ioterary ivo ever ascended to the top of the
acquisition to that autgust body. famous motmtein none Is better kwtn
tlaniu general Oordon, the hero of

nKheIItoum who In 180 ancended thel
Unilerground sIalton In Part. highest point of Mount Ararat.
An extraordinary piece of enlueer- epont of ount
iug is begun by thie municipality of save ow Zyes,.
Paris, which will keep the Place d4 LoAoking Into the ire is very Jnjurlous
I'Opera closed for nearly a year, and to the eye. particularly a coal lirtS.
when It Is reopened It will hmve be- The stimulus of lllght and bhet united
neath It an underground suetropolitan woon destroys the eyes.' Looking at
railway station of three .floors. where molten Iron will goon desttoy the sight,
the several lInes will Intersect on The BeatdlAg il thetwillglt i ltunjuriout to
different levels. Metelle flooring will the eyes, Us they are Obtlged to make
selirate the three llnes. andi will sup' great exertion. eadlaig or iwling
port the roadway. The lowest tUae ,1 witti A sid light tujurw tlalrees, as
twrenty-one meters deep,'lbut a s air gg0 5 eye uU be-^l quMI d. tobosia.
IN reached at a depth of tl sm etert aM *)&-0"fIe w isk wish.
large part of the work will be hin, by
am." Ot -00 w id .i l',


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.liO 1i H HE group on n hIdiittr Il e'.-W ,.-Irrt- i hi I -I l. ,, i'etleoroohemlk'al eC .. -
J( m Lt tthblttlhtumeM) th i't hav'ei F'i-h i For lmp tiiiti i% prei ls t aii ruthie ly
V1 0 grown tIt ( il itld<1 Mlig rm- 'l-urm,. aimw. i,,,,t. ,,h,,rt l|its or group .n tit e anitly im w iiiei ut iiotm to be
Si- IU Ito ihe plst few yaet's t I Orf w'o ihel- ,i .i ,, .. ,. ,,nriit'in v' l<' fed.
"W lW e delve dieelor into the lysj- whlch tin th xi-iui..ta ,,.i, m' trviily Y'u wish hlin ilI j'y li it a lifetime can
t-rit's of electrochemtlstri'y, hard to rodu i,i, u ii v'in'rtil um t e that lie wouldn't >li,> macry
nie ruilmlhil, ti' Rl l r hillit n nillm y II ine if reactlont w itIll h hi 11 y,i,,, rni1r1. with yeti.
hlisiless and iiidltli it( iill tfli'lftir'lig, Tihe elertrcl flirni eo and -m i r, i, n Ai noium
supply ly of ehl t-ir ii p w'r lit In'ge Unilit nhi, eWiit ldl' i nd slll.itl, t ,,,,,,una And hli goes on ls ain.y iith n I-d. of r'-
liis lu-iunrlly i iit1 riem in'llbloe for ilid tlimo Inost p4loiilsllXg of 0li,.- 4 i .... gr,, work ho encm ilien illtimitn yor
iilurveltis growtli, lbut purely expit inet( by ally hl 1thi tl iehIo only o>,i l iut insa are iupnot,
niotitail emtilianllem are minlw carrying on miitllnfireature of irtilltefll iennilinr 1 n t- AI Iealso evou'ro unmoved hy his hlu-
t.lui tiltvl'e t ts uami .4t31Pri lient8 to inow assulrd, and calcialll imili'-lt- I.- 1 'it(A iirruink ,L'-A Q S ar.
-tveIoln t, new lidnusitri s for thi li'llionit now produced oil ail Uor'iUti --hl .' I I..

f > Innilkind, nud thell work in receiv-
Isly crithal attention frmu ull parts of
du world.

lu iiuttrh-il e clrio' i tniistrc y liid iVte.i-
tii l ii-i'll ht1 1 lilctsy \'v It ilnti' 1 'mly nit.ilm l
slislihind wilndttrl I t lit, i-led- i f' im1nitii
f l'til'lr>. ('uirhori' nd ii ii I liltric ir ,i
1ilpho prodllet of the iletrh, fullllinnier
dilltplncing lin in.ny triiditlls litni l'y ntilt
other niimtMnlv, miinttlhri'illis. t I lit e pnlist
Ml-n II luti h l 0nitito mu liitiltrnot-l- it f -iclor-
In (hP st'l 1 1(Dul4, ni1l annII elveniy.
tne Iolln per idmouth i laro d1 iulnded for
ltitl In h lim try I"oinei. Mtin'0 m i'iei m lly tuIg
tit anud frI'i'rTniiliKKtoni ihavo belin nl salti-
lint.--i'lyl prlUuthdil hn theo electrie fur.
tn i.l1,ii ii lli h 10 t itfI tolt' ( i i hIh AtIPl
tirai ti for niiiu iniii t'tiirlg H self hi nrd'tni
'n1,l iiiilIt spig ,I d ti l Itt -i itk a teut hllly
livreli 'd.

nitinl maif t oli n'gi l Iti' i hi, 'tri' fiil-nii o
hit Ii n i, ii' c leivetid h iie lihil'r l lii liitum r-
(iiii'i uni il'ionls>es fior t lie nttitr f lntint-
fuir rnt-tlin hiKg ih''hitltiUilitl h. Thtru tile'
-em-i( a'mli flinhiulel' ti, now t iut' lgm g h Ii iiuili
(il'ti ln'Ilng ahi nlt iltnH i 1i1l Nutigi t'irn l'itnllt
iuiu MIniariinn, indl their iotni output u I
i is hlihi'eiilii t 'ininniir'tini lihomstliorla
Is l itlsfiiMlo1' 'l.y unldti, liy mimlxIn1g th.1
Illinl.y llowdihnrd"1" lholI1livfh inntelnhl
l11i i oeirl in an l iin ill H t I ln et' c trlrt'
fteniii-np. neitnd tun, w nii heiiltid, tilling ithie plihoplitorit Itroim to liinat t
Iliml onlleci llig It tniendhr w'tliei'.
'ile ih devlopmetinti of t lri crliorto ndimiit
Itinultitry led it llito ininitfittiurn of ir,
tilll.llI graplhite,' whl-lit Is inow prio-
l ri'ei'l ly lii' aming I lie iuiolirm ihiuHl nl r-.
iiim trlongt th wiole lh fursi'ane ailit
imitblitLiilngl l piureo ernphilllt' wlib lnerely
it fill < itin of in-i per i toil. of i lsh. I nllv ti
Ithe dih-ut grnphtilll itiin of inlihrleiitcl
.titlf IIIIN lih'ili Hn'mieet fully eeotiu l-
pl|lieil, in grainnulr grilhille lie imng oh.-
liilited whlilih (u11n Ie o exteOilvely ttie'l
for Ihlrh-iilt iK it iriipom ''4,- Thlin grit-
plil 1t in- sitlly. m iiinitlittei d with i u nit.
<1illnr tool0S., 1 id IN liF Kl'eilt m 'Vii' IIIn
inii Iny Itruit-s. In 1111 oi ver w'o inilllon
poiliimn of IhIN gri-nhltc wI ro miinmes IIt
(Ili coiintrill,V, nd i3dm 1 nii'tMorI it tI 11
yeair Jilt iclontid.
'I'lIo eetrol1'ic product' on iof n Itl h'
nlilcit ItI- iintl chlorln h-lin ilroved of tI(l.
Kg'eatles Imiportiince to Ie world of
tlttle. TiT Oilhoriii proiheirdlli I lSined
for innkingK lilonlihingK pliwdili's whi'hi
In Ilrn iu li r1-volleionllied 1lie lilh-nelh
ling trimit- hero nlnd nmi lind. T'hie pro-
tlulrli iorf NodillnU lby heitlrolyYhK
rlttr ily itt Nhigurlt iU inuetid oli plirent i whro
lii'tm i ehi' ll 1 u-Ilc inim lis l l led i lt low
tri'ih. ''The production of mlodluu in
n110t 'in i iul ei'tl t i iL n tInrge t tle..
he iipillentlon of (Imi p elmorlie fur-
iltleo I Seml it h inuifti rll iKllg h111 n nmmiso
i'mi'-iv'tt m it goiiod dei l (m fIi mtl outloln In
lh'rn 1 i-c i ei Ihy lit' N, ligiiti eplttlihe. IPx-
p 'l-i -nin lta Ihu vtu I inm iln n'iuNtiuli'ln't toi' nnini-
ttilifiultim' 4 ieI l ftrU-lin wli IronI hI li cPleI '-
Imr' fiturllitrp. ild iox to ti l lell iin 'eort
illr-i- ly iiiid i mmmunlfilm'luiem mnid r fctiM
th1e mluti-lln' In I twi oin l e -rled fnrnilln'i .
At 1. lIi'thl inie. ['riniit. i-rou oro lint
bilol trtlielu-d lm teI HUi'Ui'Mfully In sipt-
ilhilly lien'pimir'd sli-Irim fii'nrn -m.fi, nItl
new fnetorlr nirms leeing rojoet-tefi fort
carryIntg time wori forwHrl oti a moii-
mererInl s-lm ik.
'lie m iniict iini- of r'rii rbo I elInl-
liflde liy -dl'-ecmtly l t i gli 1m in the' Ihe-i-
tric furn'icel mdlhireholl iuil 1auniilhr11e I
iW Itlhu operation in i'e ia Y'nn, N. Y.,
hwliprn c dully ouilltit of I.t e pouiitin
Ils amil nverigei. Tie elewstrl' furnaoes
oinployed for tlhs work nt lieo tPetn
Yin factory reipreseut the Inrgent yet
titihtil iU luiy of tie olcel'oi'i1mnilcnl Illn-
intifesst lu thin country. 'Thi y are sli-
Ientli fut Ina diameter amd about forty
feet high, leaving n eaplihely sulinelent
to tUiltka n larger dally otilput thiitu iuly
shinlhir factory In thne world.
Tl'him production of nitric adid by elhc-
trochmeunl enmethods Isn ilnow process
thlil itroinimeh elxtlnsive hlainnges Ili our
wigrleulture. The ianufnrtiiro of nlitli-
nitld from the nltrogeu ind oxygen of
tie amr In msufle tlnt huatiitles for moui-
itir.iilu lisei t luha boeu tbo dream nlt-
luopl, of melmntists for yiearn. At Nin-
gitirna xperlimnitAls have been romnduched

miltri act d lty birnK g a lih tcmmriHloin -ur.
rent mIn mn nit' ipnhmPr, lty whihs nt
yIeld of one poiutnd iof nllrlh aoe In m- h
thintl for every me.vcen liornll powru"
liOured Sterpapi nro now mrling thkern to
,M-tahllhsl thi prodiihtlon of nitrlm acId
(iin it large n.omtnnrhl CIC.ilu, nard while
furtli-r PxipmrlneiPinti In tlul fiold will hi)
coneilrtcd elimiy will hi- sHnullinuoum i
uwlh lhe I rietleal work uil iaklmig tie
proidl uit.
Hol rrmuarkaeblo hlcve tlete and shImllar
IndiTelrles tm ome tlt purely exzperi-
mntmtal motintulet Ivo heeln formed
ilthlilu thIe past year lto InvestIgnte fur-
ther In -clectrechemlutry mt Niagara for
the tiole purposM of dulscowrlnhK new
Itroems'eMs to piont. 'Ihfiy do not In-
tinii tbi establish any m-ommorelsl fac-
tories, but to dispos of thn. right to
their patean and dllecovwrlein to IndUa-
trial Lompalnes whlieh emar easily be or-
gainlexed later. They reprin-tont the mod-
ern wixards of practical cht-mlmtry.
seeking new discoveriel Its a ield thnt
bes already proved- exceedingly rimh.
The experts who composm thim exper)-

mental companies are searclhing for
definite results qloin lnes nilrmidy tIn-
dlateld by past muccesese. tlareb. for
lnstatice. Isl receiving eotshilurable at-
kentlmn from the elertroeilemlsts, and
It Is believed that this will soon be
produced by sotinme electric process.
LIkewise artllelal rubber ti a -sat.
stance that ia attracting l nb
nd results already obt in*
ti ecbenists lia nco lAul i t4.
Mntl* wnb tI, w

"Ilt's 'iiUll'l| Uiltl i -i hum1 in'l lie?"
"I Hlailiilil -itn i"m lti-ri' theli It s rihntive-

1,V 'n i tlllt sI it l lli i I I.a t h I I'll l

l li Wl0i s li ii ..'ll % l l 'a l l'ls|llu iu. n llt

tnel~ tm tiltl itm hinl n Iruslt-s bmitine u
In t th colltitig bi it I hn r l uii o ay '
--- I'liilk-MIIi- nI 11..
"oi'ell,"01. ia sihel, "lim Ilir o'om it i Uin
geciiVhgHel u tii r i I vL tut(ilo muitm h tr'miInI n lt-g -

toiii suc m m 'e. w'llm tius. "lnat-m It
"Nll, dMnr'i." .e cornil" riel "you mil.
tliii', wily did tiit Invt n 1miomir burial.'
l (hei told Ili," i h t i tile 4 aiy
whoe huauhd cou0 nvltied il folAiind mri' intle ',
hat I wpi a horn t uk wili upin." "i Iell,
wel.i" erclnlied ln hlpinck; "alian intIlts
then. that yion will tueUn lit vomtrlud."
- Phildolphiin l'ress.
irt orknmltau n -"Wot'is t y, llIr,
"li that Wt oli s lum ltio" oileomild "Worll-

minll (reading dihllberatily).-"l't autny.
D1) to--duy's---work- to--dy," First
W\orknlitui- "Do two dlym,' work to-dalyl
Wvot 01 Mot. neol"-Puillh,
ltFo'r t hlandllord hen intld high Ithdnl.
"I hliop Bosniio day," ih eoxlnili|od, glow-
ingly, "to build fints so lhxurloui mnnil
Oxpeililvo thimt people will gl't iip nah-
soltolely all their lllert'leH lit ordit r' to
livu In tlIt1im."--D)l'trolt l!'Iret l'iPreas.
Mliui atniits but little lhecr I.elln, J
Sto o in lir iin i ipthti ,lheit lc. (
M ai wanii l uint liftie lin letil.ni ,
AAnlil ellm.tii gl| itL- ill tIIn' iinelC.
-I i'lilalinkflphlat inn itl
"How old wouil i you mity li-t WIm?"
"Well, lot's ee: Whellu we worn itln likIh
school togletlher hulo isemd ll AIn it mni
liti-aul I wIv asn a id. Now 'lit thlirty-
ioVOn., itld-iuit-m-n-n'Pll. I lioiltlll sny
slhu WIasl nhioult twenty-tyihil ihIy tli
tltne."--ironullyn Lir f.
".Junst lhriow in Itilf n it-,iati sf your
blgutomet trout," miidl thlo pmiuiI witl thio
collsy naigie's ouit. "Tiirow I ltmin I"
OXi hluin n IIt li 111 imslolI0 teI d I i ile0iilue'r.
a tintsns wt..5 I ,.Tii.I -' --iiq..t1 l tnl,., ,.ai- ,

0 4' 1-1>iil]llity r e ui 'vtrl uinMriuiM u H l t)iiIII.
Into li, iflededel barium salttes; Barliii
y.vldrilu' I liOl1' pl'odtlucld BO i0ucCCes-
I'ull. that Iits price teuililes tudffferent
trielo ti inst- it in minuiy thirtor wnys.
ll11tlhi h Slliuiir liil paint triade-itwo
wihhv ly d1mic'lt liiduntrleo otherwime-
i upltt I'n-irliii hydrnto on a Inrll'go

Oiu' liill-.ii iut f-itire of nil theemo
te'iw tllitiiiti's il itht stliulating effect
I 1hey Iltle iip.n wIiii'nly aviiparntedtr(ae
it ll ini u ii'lt i n rlh i t ludlttlerln. Bly
piriltutlintu int-i hlmlu o n Inrge omimer-
lnl llmcilh, l ith,'% ,l l rnih o er trldes to
utillimo hin Init ii \ii3A li- cir before ionu-
Hifloerdll [lii~l~lhh illi til cli, I'pellinun
of tihe produiith (it r iiIN llicoltle1 util-
ver-lal. Thby hlvite insl d'ireetly Iomlied
toward ltessdoullig Illi comt of prloductionl
inf atrtlele hli mojaiinuiomu u. lHynwliot
'l,'i'l'iMluimilstlry In thulls p ovint In Itl
nui ot wily mieu of the gri'eotOt traido
ir I\il lmi ilvxlng flhtllori tl1O world has
v, ir 'I-nowi. 'li' uinloic'klnk Of ic'dr'mtn
1v3- iniilimr'411 i4g 1'illltV I.m4 'iu'l1nye fnasCln t-
iin iinl nrl wonilli kl i i |iln Iiiwhe they ll
l eih il itt-litmutt inmnh11 1 .'%" i hil-lnug u'ltum1111-
ii I lit,, it itls ir itut vlelidy ltril'lea
w1i li \\'l'I' frilln-ilti y tishiniI rol itlu r-
r iliae. Ih i.- ill is itiintlili4 that mulioglri
Ilt ,' itlliunllii oitf ilt. mi ii hFrom igir ,
Miiis. n.ii, 1 YIlii Y'in ittimd other phict'm
whlit, ll nn 'ill, t1 h lrhal ,iiilmiil ll Ili, wurhlLl of inhlieOuc mitid
Irld, Im'h i l- fu i -' in- vtlntlu Uiot thmt niro
Ihn ri iIalthlI., vi-lsitinry nieta mif mythl-
n-ll vixrlds of u cil,--Melhntllle Amorl-

iw'lili' Tells or lie Mannieriitn It Vhlh i
I itSt a lIioumai Ni1ut mll ,
In a ri'eotolo part o> Wl2sVi nIiigton emnt
bi follnuuil griuiny little ohl d tulilio
wlitrKte tii writer im elomtn -tnnis sund thi
wihi w gliimin Is iilways iduly. Thmu
ylungt trilis who (lvllnpilem tho abodo
haud Jliht Its i mplmmii d lihi uiii1nterphi'lelre
it pihtl, wihoust color homitinuo li fltu-
\lmd ll itn inot lIilt. of ronl 1it 1141 i h lion,
Imr1ii, iH It m'we'e, t the agligt, of n for-
Io'ii old Itilinltil wou illll wi !o lVwore l- ponl
hirr li'iil n wtdiroutily nided ailliab-
hby l'l i -'.
"l''i I luiIut ih id ti'ris." ixthIllunid this
iltilt, 1 itiupon lithti living liei. "'com Into
mlly Htudlo Ilinil tik-o nui.vllllig, oevetry.
thlilg I hlnv; nill Is yourl'M only give miO
thint oretef."
Auid th wominn, who nildoiln din'i
pHite'mi of Imr pithemi anme1 lhltmmIn 1 thill
wvoif nidni ('iuint 'ilted hi liitIk id irun-
de ini til'i ttlist tll rlm tm e I mm-i'lumt iiliatellmei to hill

steud lo n n id w ith e th io i ouim o y of thO e ,,,11 1 -, ,', 1. ... .11 I -.J
wenl the'-bi.tl oiti au'r I ni t hi aoul of thn l'imut ipurtl. The u II.'l gi IiOnim
elnms eluitn t l pmit h msmpl otid nilh f oei-, l Inimins. i- andl u tolly i vroe t I t n eigl1 ll 1is. 1 nlity
to, rpltl fir he Ii Val Sure. wl a poor' H timInomuni, bill it' io l nir,'-
Iho phireil It. ln si tio i u oft-'nmlored (imungom' N, 'ievo. f t
1 ligi w ihi lu-ln hi lly l omihl itf ire I iiAmotor ltr' oifi tile Londoni ind
irminx'olti'otiN 1inyN, billu vein 1iow, ilt lhdi rightoli n ronilad ptiAed ovri' ait iog, but
mii 11i wiint Ii t li i old i-tmilo Ilitsi a ilh not iipaml'ilrnllly hurtl It. 'lnli driver,
iHin unil to t moiinl tack niii tiHVi-wi' g IlouWullvti'.r, Hltopi d the l crnai. jl iltitht l out.
glow, mill to ili ni'llait ho wh ole world inmd tgrla vtit lu ln I wlliti th ing n soV-
alemonii Itli-ur lindll bright for the e'rolgn. o"1 liiop yein will I nalit tiat
Ptti'r1t1 ini' oPf t II- I kllit i pit im m pt litep offl rli g," lie sildth I. 'iq. iltai
,-qI 1 iii in Ihln' inilit l to f tlir n' in d litkotk u l I t e olm, it id.li, IIh har ax-
Ilils inttt1. Anti It Wila only the rifle piod loddl off on It nor'n, ltoi intturod.
knock ott Iln il door whlilci opolied JInto "! Wolider wiotio d inoig It i!"-Ulugouw
nil Miilm ilory, tullit arotiuOd nitlim a nid Tlliios. -. t
hirotiglt hilin b Ick to the realitiea long teunat rkable h powu.u.. .
itnuilh to lmhlUt, mlwome In. tO SlU .romiir'kablo itowtlwnvysn Imuro
"l-,il terolio." luiild thi emoufIl maln, found ou shirps of tie mllrdmelint illa-.
wuhose f-ille iowu tn0lcated Ihlit lie hii rine. Mr. ottlott, of the LToulron Zoo-
Ieal rmnlflheud of stprn renllelit. Tit logical (J ardeiml, had a call e in day
Abrnlimum, theo tcoud-haund b lomuthlg from a sailor who Waintel, to kitoeI If
mnin, wiho kllnown l ways uid n olnaus lie ope to buy a "saril." ir,
of mriinhrglHy InrKo un umberm of art- BArtleott said "Yen" "riheoro'ls i birutY,
Iots, uirg'e di Ii winy known oly to a for you," ssid tile ulnai, opening af
naill of Jilt hnialn s thnt Iloa tltno Was little t e sack hn arrniperd th Ith band.
atumnier, niul that in woultl perlli un- An In nlaa cobran, with huotl optiuded.
dor thbi wlit oitf Il ha'vy winter and deadly fango riiedyin lm tlike, lay.
mult. Antl Iil M Il tuonly looked at il a in the bottom of the fiaill bag. In t s
psatl rnid irtvu-,' niuswotepd, No." case the crelaturo hnd prohimbly. l)eeit
"Ilt hi 111 y.,rhinulni mto appear like broutghlt aboard In tnihber or lit a
thint," m-nJle,.I Aru niau,e clothlero nidnd ackagt of fruit. Vipers, delly e t'
irt 'crlll' nI well, hm il kon eyo catching spiders, and othur undilrablo inmin- '
tight otf lln' irtol. til tlr"Titoe rgne ain
eline ioiii y. mliud tlhe dark blue will be. i u grant fr chpnlthntly foam nd lam til
holdf orttl q Ot q that have a arrived from
'Olivm .1`t w Iul nIIevo I not litlway tropical ports. A Liverpool Crulte'ert
ltu.n finlt' wtll ymon? lvn tn tint o t recefiitly had a narrow esmdip front ,
Iotn'sll al" ieiing bitten ly n viper which arrilvu '
And nnow lis nrtint wear's i summer in case of g BSpuuilh ielous. --
uiilt.- Witsilihllgl o I' ot, O i os .
-- Om palstsit0tmI'pil ,i'"n '
Thi OltanlRing DlnInnerI lour. Poultney Bigilow attempted on Otile .
It Is in turltuntt fat. oytinhe' t'h 'engo occaslon to Interview "Oom 'alull, Jti.-
Newis, llit witlih hriost icitry gtiii;rag- ger-, Adld Intr with about the some fAti ,
lonm the dinner hour hanI indrgMti ic that m0any Intme'vlewerm thave haal wd I
ehiongi-, lil princtlitil iniil ,n f fhll% day the torner President of tbe Eoemoi 'dW ej
l-uing enten nt different |i'hlilti from toumnd the old man In a vey bad lip-. .
10 o'clotk Inll the Itoli, lnlllg un1I 130 mor, alnd could.,k. onlVy it no0y.lalu-le.
eo'luek at uight. Thi imilniur mfnt "'The In reply to lils atlju n. 'Ie eln6loyed ,'.
I'leanhtire of lth e l'nIln" pi.lilt o ut every art of thi'l tltnvlewer, but to no
that in IEngladnulW ti er ow, people took their to it iril lrlek- anty injforuatpt O .use to himn by,
fast at 7. dtiniortr itt Iln. tmUier tint m- and ntralght qustltllitg i lt leterrulned to ,
Itvery nt8. In I'untm In the in'hlrt-tinib be d4ploamlkt= f ald'iapptonch lir. KNu-
century1 Itin ta imuorhigK wits thie din- feh fe EilytIda. leo 196 ahl b said'.
tier hour; Ilmnry vir. mlidi nt 1 I. Ih v1ery .ilTlOT9 bAtl:ly -
Crornwell's Ilitn 1 I'mlocmk liad coljml lo ,i yblt Ufle entortaninueg titl re -'
be the( fulilotnnI l ioeur, iiil In A4dd- Ie,,'" ,"
son'sl day 2 ro'.l.ork, whliri grnmilhluYa ,il; rk and sharp came the t- u11 e 1k '
wain trasitrnrnind lato 4. Polio ftMb*u, 'hra;
fault wilitl I.dly imffihk afor dllA "t Tery. '
Intet iI.1. I.'our nnd Iroitlii.4 tOie AnId Ilte interview closed there.--.01.. iB
hll- p)1Vtii"il' 1 dlnigh linur fmonmlr thil lt..owlkTlime. ,'
til'loalufrlt y until Imho sem, ont dead oK -, .-. .
tim nduisteentili centilry. whom tolina'; jnd-e nisir l fImbA.1 ".-'1-
wa. further oionwih t ra, fio,,. h* e4 Asn EtgllhJ ,0 .Wt
periodI It hias stenIdlly I-ontUnte4 t9 en. was a great i AtqI_-t ,-'i i-
croach upon thte venling. "'-1 ourth, aMilo q

VTry Pi-,t isanMse s llteuit 1patt htblenic'h1 nt'"J-*
In South Ausirnlhi fltmaJl94uaqge lo i- i tt -.t btuo l.0
has beei ,pIn ir,..,lon fbtiie time. uta ll,,, i the, tS
A member of tie C<,ommiov 1lth Ptar- rd- luat ta hav bit
hlameut, ux. siloUs m ttoinaseitt the be t & U.m 'se fim d
a0de.of approteildng b hiqnmtheU,.
It lIt liln consthtltInu1o f himroblies .
'4tifE tof-f in ejpmerldnemi'x
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irpe, to athe ,~mant who lhas ariLlilegta o'
INitihtatterim And chuckled OWL-191iimiiy .y
I through.
Ile buhitItr~. ymr work and lie Imindele your
And it yonipt ~ angry lie cared inol a rap.
If#. likes toL mpt e'rmind in it (ateiril wa.
11 i111 y,0 1fg L 11)411 %lk 10 li t
Ilie taI'VCitatheme aomy 3wt dounit Iw~itit to
IIle I "i 'ts uu thle news t hitt fi Itsfir[nn rtYOUmi

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dGoA o, 1 .1 h s dayifSeptember, A. ...

.s ,,or. .,,,, ,, a w r o y o ", ,, 'fno o fhr
S h the law by con- T Southern Argus pa s ither there h as been ro"e all r y
', b hdt r a--.dPpr'y t. evilsd of liquor-is a meaner sa Jelb ings' owrib homie town, while the Turk should be si 'Kinated by m ^P T A1AI-If 41 .'
D. 91. T WMn .dtigr ap bli nd ti er e. ph is hdefenrr, a "d ""a "vil onee-o o inr fte Stte '-,W
oc"l. 2, 13 at e than the ignorant negro who en- not an announced supporter of Hon. the powers.-Tampa Times. Charter proposed below.
In c Beptio,.tGsoga" sinhs." eocar4s, t sho6tsJno. N.C.-Stocktoefore the odhSenate ,-lThsdoFepteubr.yB,'s3. ,*s(e o
,: pla.. second-claa matter, nndEr Anct of p, or gambles in any other way, ia a believer in fair play and haon- Two of the forms of the jasper .. W-, h F 1. L tliJ -
, Conpesi of March" 3. 1S79. You may call this a broad assertion eat dealings towards all candidates, News were pied last week. Broth- 1l ,. -
ed ry Td and Friday o u o like; we want it broad and knowing that Mr. Stockton is er Whitefield must have been tast- Te 0 NA TIeF
n.0 a .ctio i advance, enough to take in thee Pnsacola being terribly .misrepresetited by ing some more of Caldwell's, Kero-i GAIn1sVa.IP. iL rpo.,in AND
S5o Ceits for Six Months, News office, if there are any blindd his enemies, the Argue comes to sene.--Suwannee Democrat. C eoriN COIPAN. llll
25 Cents o Three Months. tigers prowling around there his defense, and nails uone of the ".
'T O Oeqo.oh c orhe name of thisr cnrporalrm shall be T
S. o. o After .ehascarei tang our utter- misrepresentations as follows: In an illicit distillery neighbor- "'The Gainea vies P laninganut iC ffinb
Local Readers in revere type, 5 ents i ntemperance of "The Florida Crascet,' in a re- hood they report the discovery of Company," an, its inpncipal rlace of Im,, s
Local Reariers in rve ype, 5 te nsh Th e Ga in vi le Iaing -n Cuai r
S a line for each Insertion, thought d.latingage, the great(?) cent issue, reiterated the old charge "a wild man who is possessed of aness shall ie iGainesvillev, lii,,la.
Space for displayadvertisementi priced and good (?) Pensacola editor in- that J N. C. Stockton turned trait twenty devils," but ten to one it's The general nature of the flueiie M AT to,'
application, fralol tr that two other papers or to Senator Call in the memorable all "moonshine."-Bartow Courier be traunsaield ti saaid c,.rporalioun hall IW; I
Sthe manufacture and< salp uf coffin and
a". ew...h.. nrio bhave put the matter in a more aet- contest which resulted in the defeat, Informant. pu,,,- M SHOULD TA KE SOMETNlMO. sl.e way.' He quotes the DeLand of Call Rn4 the election of Senator -- mi,, and suci othelir buu.i ,s pe-rLins a
SNegro crap siooters should not ewa as agreeing with the St. Mllory. The Taliaferro papers are now tee 8 W
S be compelled to ao iate with Anguastine Record, that the senti. "Fair dealing demands that this directing most of their firearms in, Theanous t of ,liercp .t,. an.i,
white bliindntigonooperatorshwhenThed. ThapntMofdC nbrea ia Mor MAI
two sare t he r a e n Florida is too severe be characterized as an unjust the direction of Governor Jennings. rized by thi. corporatiu,, ding f
the two classes are sent to the same went. eIro Thonaunin o ) U 'r rlt .1u
chaingang. There is no good rea. against tlge open saloon, and not charge. The Call faction support- They seem to have grown weary of i of share eing t iulre; a .Ase a11
son why a poor crap shooting ne- severe enough against the lid edSenator Call, t fr what he plugging away at J. N. C.--ng a- Tare 1.1 6 reh h,, l:,iul it *la
gro should be compelled to asOlci- tiger. No man who is not in sym- was, but for the principles he aepre- Tampa Tribune., (w rapd ioo) o tire ttc .rs:I dl
atewith an inferior being, unless pathy with the liquor buines can s ented. The writer was in a po- scribed for it,,hiesr c .tor'r A. pain *ii 1O
prove the morals of a white blind say that the sentiment In Florida is sition at the time to know that A fine of100 or sixty days in slpai p.o h ...r,,
tiger operator by allowing him to too severe against the open saloon, Hon. J. N. C. Stockton remained the chaingaug is the penalty in the no,-a tseib h-. .
S keep company with a gambling oe- and if the Pensacola editor is going true to the Call faction to the end. Tampa Municipal Court for wife- l' .
giro.-Gainesville Star. to agree that the sentiment is not "We were closely identified with beating. It should be one year on t .%hall exl.t shall be iiictyv.e irnt
a Such fanatics as the writer of the strong enough against blind tigers, that faction, and did all we could the chaingang aud $1,000 fine.-; '. __-
above are a detriment to any cause why does he jump on us tor saying for its success. At considerable Jacksonville Metropolis. The bhiiiie s aif said corp-,,iti.n -iin11 i
they advocate. The sentiment ex- x-its coutiits1 by a rrsillem, %ii, clle eT-
presed is unworthy of any decent that blind tigerwinb i worse than expense of time and trouble we se- o heiv elr i evagerd.all drri.d o-o111a.
S white man and gives suspicion of erap shooting? Does he realize cured documents to prove that the It is reported that a young niar.- T~eni r l,, t,. H T T O N & C
S having come from a recently re- what an awkward position he has people of Citrus, Hernaudo and ried ma of Quincy, wrapped in otker.a as ia, i,: re:,i cl, ai.l ~. l.,I'
formed drunkad. If the editor of placed himself in? Pao counties were in favor of the greatest excitement, flew to the y i lir
a tlet Star has always bee a totdisagree with the DeLand Senator Call's re-election lo the telegraph office ot his lowin aid jia. TI aly pei, h: ot. otton Departm ent, ta
abstainer, we would advise him to Co aee B m gp J L. Rilei, Gui>.hill 1l. he
t1et' dr hraououy t Poidaihtonlo- News when it says "One blind United States Senate. wired his wife's relatives a happeJ- Vice.-l're.Ti.,loit, I M R,. .
drink a. unn abundantoy. it might im- a1r d f, M 1 / 11 .rm h e S- Auna Conc *if ere. :i *.nRile B
e him. ohe isa might. 'rr hWe wrote to n atorC alltr gasnfollows:s "Ti nsitoday,nti :ran, h l hen bin o
S prove hm. As he is, he seems to tiger ruins more boys than.a dozen "We wrote to Senator call that ing as follows tSa t aoday, tsinsactti thpre halrl ienve I "'en n '., i I
be too dry mentally to think a re- open saloona The open saloon those papers were in our possession, more tomorrow."-Capital. officers hel bytleptid ,oc ho i, i.. ,, andn,,,-
able thought. Just honor ruins more boyand men than the and requested him to instruct us and men than the and requested hi to instruct i firt i ai ti, fr l elect i
S able and hoest en are d blind riger does. Not everyone how to get them to him safely. J. On Wednesday night at 12 of stockholders shall e on ithday of In eed or Lint Large or mall
in the liquor business as a m oat Jaituary, .D. M .y landon eir e:ir-et
other lines. A manwho anuac- who will patronize en o N.C. Stokton answered open saloon N C. Stockton answered ur letter, o'clock the six saloons of Lake say o'a ryofeac rthere-
S tu or ses liquor in violation o will patronize a blind tiger, and advising us how to send them to city closed their doors to open ater, less h ls te Advances made. Warehouse charges
S law is no wore th n any other l w- not everyone who can gain admis- him. They were sent to Mr. Stock- more. Most of these saloons have corporation
,' -novwo rse .mt in n w-i not w ca s um wr n to r. mr s i- r i lade by letter or wire. Correspondence solicits
S braker. except in the opinion of slon into an open saloon can gain tou, were devoted to the purpose been jn existence here for nearly The higliest amount of in lehit.diness or
th violently prejudiced against ad on Into a blind tiger. The for which they were prepared, and ten years. The saloon people talk- liability to haiich the said corporation can .-. ._-- -. .
lqor, To characterize such a e, at any time subject itself, shall be Teti
pe a an "inferior being" u- ope, loon is the mot dangerous, he used them for all they were ed of contesting the election, but Thoand (io,.oo) ollars..
i or worthy to associate withmnegro law- but a person who runs a blind ti- worth to further the interests of have since evidently decided not to vli EsTrAPl|Set W S
brokers is rank intemperance of ger is not only doing. a bad busi- Senator Call. do so, as we have heard nothing The nates reidences of t sh. THE ALA UA COUNTY ABSTRCT C
." tmugbhtan an guage., The ide ne~w, but he isdoing it in violation "When it became apparent to more about it. and all of them G. Wade, Montirook, Fli., 25 S a nevlle, Florida.
tdphe moreliensoib y expired by of law, and wtll lie about it when every informed nuan in the State promptly closed on the day of the shares
SEe.aNews,- wich quotesE fD. Wii. (.aioetvlle, Ifla., 25 The qtetion of tie a t consideration for the l
the nd comments from the St. Agus- atout to be apprehended; therefore except Call himself, that his elec- expiration of their license.-Citi- shares.
tine Record as follows: "The St. we repeat (and we have no apolo- tion was impossible, Mr. Broome, zeu-Reporter, Oct. a. M. Rilss, Gi p iesvi le. Fa.. 25 ses. A launt 7 Ul I ll furnished on I
SAugustine Record thinks the sen- ges to offer for it) that a white of GRdsden, put Stockton up as a jI.L. oMerin,. Alhioui._F, a5 sharess A TAXIS RETtRRED AT a PAID o l buar n i given pCo p
i tment throughout Florida Is too man who will run a blind tiger is candidate in place of call. This so Why should we vote for J. M. State of Florila, Attention. .
i te aevereagainstthe openly mtoo and meaner and far more dangerous, offended Call that he weatl over to Barrs for Congress from the Sec- Personally a before s ,ie I. M Riles B. R. COLSON, Ma.
,not 'leve enough against the blindtcW eooan L ynwo irtio eIN T s o
'T tiger. Te Record is right. One than is the tnegro crap shooter. the opposition, circulated deroga- ond Congressional Districf? Be- all d Wvniim, eachl of wliom being to o
I;'I W bHlnd tiger ruine more boys than a If the editor of the Pensacola tory statements in regard to Stock- ca use he is one of the most sincere that they each sin rl the above AnDil forLe- ge
S dozen open saloons." News is getting so wrought up ton's loyalty, and endeavored to lawyers in tihe South. Because going proposl ihairter 1te inhe manner ..
SMo people will readily endorse over the lact that the saloon is ,defeat the bide with which he had when lie ingages in some big under- set forth and cont.,il 1 .
the sedi tof expressed by thenseHiet oh ofnsi co unty n dAP dp _____L_
two Inuente ewpare s whle passing away that he cannot act been affiliated. In these events taking it is in the interest of the Taken ut arpy o f aunule, ge ,efore me r
two influential newspapers, while ,iqi i.tit da., of Auuis .%. 1). 1t,3 1I Vm3
they must feel disgusted with the the part of a gentleman by an auti Cill appeared to be more the traitor masses, and because he never lets [HAi I..] Fdo E.V.ovi.ij. .
Gainesville Star.-Pensacola News. saloon brother editor while Pensa- than Stockton. tip until he wins the fight-until Notary i'lhic State of l'lori..1 at T R
1, ,Laiee. My commission expires Novem.-
The author or the above uota- cola s to be blessed (?) with at actor Call ehibitd an un- lie gains a victory for the people, er Schedule effective June a 1903
tion from the Pensacola News, least half a dozen news saloons" williiiKcs-, [or .iy one on his sidt How do we know these things? -
whoover hi, she or it is (for the this year, what will the poor fellow to win except liiiii-lf. His past record proves them.- Levy County. 7 I 3 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. j
editor's naie does not appear in do when prohibition, the white "rhe result of Ca.ll'. 1iceti,,s Gainesville Sun, via St. Augus- Personally came before me J. L. Mied 9 35a 8 3 op Lv .... Jacksonville Ar o
the paper) certainly must have dove of peace (but to him the black was to prove to.the cutnry thatii lie tine Record. ecged that he signed the above amd fore- I 41 o 45P 5 03p ...-... W-aldow .....----
been on a "spree" last week. In raven of dispair) hovers over Pell- had little or no strength outside of going proposed Charter in the manner '1'2p 5361 Ar. !GAIEsvv IE Lv 7 3
the same issue of th.epaper we have sac1a? Look out brother; get so- the patiolic faction built l up ,d-r The Governor is probably only anti for the uses and purposes as thiereiti --5 36p ..rse 5.. 7
.e set forth and contained. ..d..y. .-r-7-$
q uoted from appeared a terrible ar- bet; prohibition is coming your his name, with which lie d little waiting for Eucambia county Demo- Taken and acnowled.g ef.ore e 2p ... 5 silver Spring .
: raignmet of the Madison Record way. sympathy except to be the personal crat to blcomIo e sufficiently civilized on this 270 day of August, A. D. 9o3. 1 58 1 5: Oca ..
tP o [dSRdL] ,sR ma" R. Coxsoo, 2t 5esnFP *P- ... ..... W R C Oldwood 2
wo. o k. The News affirmed ini the days of theIr youth ii thei letce, He stood by it from start to ey offices. Let the Democrats a.e- y County. I 7 SfFl)aL .. .... Manatees .... .h u i N th, y e chng ti ofE iasu t g ract I Ca. t p a aat....

g as that made by the Recorder would following from the Rossvill, Ill., his able leadership that the schemes the will of the mighty William, that he signet the shove and foregoing NORTH .AND EAST 66 WE-ST& NEW ORL
. emanate fro any other than a Press-Independent, will appeal with of the opposition were fru.strated by and remember that he is the IT of the uses ai es astherein set forth Lv ae--ksTnv~----4 7 ....
fool e special force: 'The melancholy the election of Stephen R. Mallory. all Florida. land omtaine L tar Fernandina. ,o o5a oo p Ar Lake City .

- t snny people wereLeag ke n of in year, but pumpkin pies will soon faults perhaps, but he is n]o traitor is all that its nme ilies. it cure Notary Pubic State at Large. Co- Ar Denmark.3
te',!c Army people were spoken of in a be ripe and therefore 1 don't keen. "We believe Hon. J. N C. new hair. It ia an excellent hairdreaer. Ar m oolumbian
slurring manner, and rather proud The rustling corn must hurry up, Stockton to be an honest, upright, For sale at S. B. Gidding's Drug ttore, Ar Camden ....... 7 4op 5 54a Ar River Jnnetion...
I the fact that entisacola ima to hav e frost is on its track, and soon niaii, personally andicl politically. High Springs. Ar Hamileton ........ ,. asp Ar Pesaobila
h' av we'll feel the hilling breeze, so says Webe We believe him to be loyal to his Store SALE. Ar i ington--------- aspAr obile

i'..- bitncurren. off an hidesdognes county, on the o4th lay of March, A. D. Ar aichmond, Vs. 6 3.a a 6 3.3 121p Atta .
< it will uot be surpr osidgethat the stubble, for when he hr 1 his full length for what he favors against R. D. Mildleton, I, L.. w. Fen- Ar Baltimore ...........mu assa 1t 'p Nashvil .
g'", iiot be surprising te sportsman's gun he knows there'll sail against what he opposes. HI- Bl nell, as Sheriff of -aiq county and Stale, Ar Philadelphia .. : 36p -o S.t"Lois'- .

|. his head and thies in a rage when hases anoe vietroue.iae theyprupertyriends may ref oa in, and his e Andeo.ll B t ^ ^ ,heat i .Ar NtewYork 4 p 6 3on h- : .....
I, crimiaais are attacked, tie warning, the winds from misty ..... ........ i door. in the city of Paiuesville. Alac-hina ras fra. isinapuiuhm

UnU GO s FOR US. dells begin to chill up in the morn- ae aus ister n mciameon t |iI t o Otr?, A I t. theleal Tama Jco. ad Ew rk, a on Pin
lot county, Florui. on .Monday, the 5uh day T'rrain No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawin rooi Pullwap
because tof his temperament ando of October, A. ). between the legal Tampa, Jacksonve and New ork, v ic9odand W i
The Pensacola editor goes for us nug. The land is lit with golden convictions. but he does uot inten hours of sale all that certain lot, S ece or day coaches between Jacksonville and Wahigton, a Rich
In his d' od ad h i parcel of land, situated, lng aud be car srvice from Jacksonville. ca
in his dignified (?) way. He speaks rod and there in purple glory the ionally misrepresent or nsstte in the Coty of Alachua, State of or- No. 66 Seaboad Mail, day coach, mail ba e and
of us as a fanatic, and a detriment regal asters lift their heads and tell the facts and positions of his op. da. particularly k otn and described as Jacksonvile and Washington, and drawing room man sleep
to any cause we may advocate the wds their story. The canned follows, to-wit Lot four (, block one sonville and New York.
to any vocae c ponents hundred and forty-eight I w t8), in Gibbs No. 55 connects at Stark for IaCroan. Atachae. Willifgrd, W,
Every blind tiger operator and fruit has been put away and pack- e"To the extent of his ability he Addition To the ton of ll a Springa mediate point., andt Ash e with e E n iri c b r ana ac
Florida. Together with all ai singular No.. 56 and 57, Pullman deeper between New Orleans adJac
gambler who knows us will agree ed down in the cellar; the good stood by the Call forces after Call te ditienta apptaes to St for Key Wet and Havana-Leave Port n
with him on this point, and would old ttner time is past, the year himself had deserted them." We'll ShowYouthe sae. belonging or in ay wise appear Thursdays, .
like to pat him on the back and call is.growing mellar.' e'll Sai property to be sold as the proAr- E. C.A oBB, NELLicket Agent, Gen Pass. Agle. t, Jlle, P
him a bully good fellow. -------- When Collector Ellis began to come in andive us a chance aid section and co et
He Eays otur sentiments are un- "It I all right to write about de- collect occupation license taxes last We like to show our line of rames,aid execution L,
worthy any decent white man, and porting the negroes but they do week a few fellows here in Gaines- holdings andpictures. Weliketo make Sheriff of Alachua Co. Fla. ""
intimates tha we ust be a recnt- come in handy when there ar ville began to ay, "Yes, you se t frames to match your art pictures. Plantif's Attorney.
l reformed drunkard. chg ores to do.n h o s oue s- We would ke to enlarge your picture in' G ainesville & G ulf R v
Wef a rdge We have seen the above sen- now how it is; you see what cos- any size and grade from a crayon to anT L
I It thatthis uncalled for and undigni- tence Ia no fewer than a &ozen ing the saloons,,as done for Gaines- oil. iECUTORS SAL Tie Table in ct July .
tatt auck fon b fndr showing our Ftlorida papersO, wand without credited ville. Heaven pity such creatures, Our stock offers the best you could under and by virtue of the authority
contempt fo- blind tigers has proven c-ested in me as execstor of the last willWA
him to be incapable of judging or even quotation marks. Now, Flo at uak a s nake up AR T a Co., and testament of Arthur Miles, deceased, No. No. 4. No. 1.
or o cpe n quot n rk. w, Florida the same poor fellows would Studios mK and ra, Mller Law Exchange, i will sell at public outcry, before the attly
tween decency and indecency, and what.Tsla STAR would like to know swear that "these craks"caused Gainesville, Fla. court house door, in the city of Gaines- exceptt Daily. D STATIOKsT n.. I
i gives suspicion that he maec, is, who Is the author of the sen. ar that "these crankwi caused ille, Alachua county. Florida, ou Toes- su"dy.
S n e may it by having the saloous closed. day. the 29th day of October, A. D. 1903,
4"a reformed drunkard" himself if en, what paper did it first ap- for cash, to the highest and best bidder,
he will only let liquor alone, pear? how many have stolen it, and The recent local option election RINT G Sertan Ae orp of a, all. .. .. S.
is it worth steal certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situ-................ ... re........
i e says just as honorable and tealin in Jeffeison county resulted in a Your Chk sated, lying andt being in the cotuty of .. I .. ..... .
honest men are egaed in he One year ago the saloon men most glorious victory for the etab in f Alacha, State of Florida, particularly 8 0 ... .'
S ,hon.t men are cogaged in the One year ao th ao mostl lglortous vctory for the Vegetables, and in fact all known and described as follows. tto wit: a 10 ..... ...... ....
quor bu es as n t other rmed .friends of temperace and morality kinds of Country Pro- South half of Lot 2, sonth-east of .................... .. ...
Slluor. Since the paragraph s in most other firmed that Alachua and Columbia In several of the precincts not a dc, south-est of Section 7, Township 9, ..... .. ..
abo.-.C countiess would never go dry, but [ooanes. togetherr with all and singS- a .. ".': .. .
r. aiutu which he e got so very ,oat ites w.o ne d ut single wet vote was cast, and in TAar lr the tenements, hereditameants and ap- 8 ..as......... ......
Par, about which lie got so very today the same men admit that onlyopertenancesto the awme, belonging or in 908
.. y contained not a word about grandoldMoicllo, where 314 Eo 0 pertennce to e e, belonging or .. 1 : .. ..
at t her tiea lkdid so- ... ,ep ,,ensacola t poll.anywi.e.appertat.ing...45A-
d liquor dealers why should will have licensed saloons in votes were polled, the prohibition- Highest Price for' Coutn-h csST MPaI rmEsoN, l.. a. .
*- mentioned therm unless he tatetwelve months hence. ists won by a vote of 8 to 1-the try Produce. and ell as Eector.
at the time he did soP most glorious victory yet recorded. Cheap as the Cheapest. u t0 Ar
bkM t If UIt is job printing you want lust send la 7 U r 7
pan: who manufactures Cao ns l-omed, bonfires bur in your uorderr to the t. It will hIave ........ t
nWhos ells n ilationof law"churhlm ad men Sin e John Stocktn's oppo entk ALL Npmpta:ttstinn, nd work amd prices .... '.
,h,',,M"nOW womenahav' become.ttoo busy (?) to eety Us wlu dwant Sra- ". "............
o,.... er.law-,and chIdIM -OWelN"'. IlUonticello him o theatun '.he -*tbf p Mj-LeM ( _. ---- --- -._. .




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