The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
December 18, 1903
Publication Date:


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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note:
Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .

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Hfew Dr. Clarence Strouse Stirred
Up Frankfort.


Great Interest Aroused -The-
atrical Dates Cancelled -
Who Strou-e Is.,
The following excerpts from in long
Special public' ed in the I.otuisville
Courier Journal of.: eceimber 7, will lie
of interest to many of our reader.; who
are. fricinds, and admirers of R-v. Dr.
Clarence B. Strouse, wivo is sperilinrg the
winter in Gainesville-
-Frankfort, Ky., Iec 6 -['pecia;n]-
Visitors to Frankfort lor the inaugural
S"ceremnonies this week will be struck with
the religious interest apparent on every
hand ammoug the best citizens of the little
titate capital, and this will bear informa-
Stibn to the beaux of other cities 6f the
State who are doubtless in a quandary
.over notes of declination to attend the in.
a'tgur'alball, the social afftir of tlie occa-
sion, received from society girls here.
The force, eloquence and logic of a iuoted
evangelist, who has spent tihe last few
weeks here, has accomplished it, and the
.more worldly have feared that his Dres-
ence would have a dampening effect on
the wholeafflain. But su lV has not been
the case, except as to the inaugural ball,
aud Frankfort has' completed prepara-
tions to care for 20o,o0(. persons, who are
expected to be present to witness thie sec-
ond inauguration and third swearing in
of Gov. J. C. W. Beckhaut as Chief Ex-
ecutive of the Common wealth.
Not iit years has there been suc!i wide-
spresad interest in Frankfort, in things re-
lgiouis, or such feeling and excitement
in a denominational way-. All classes"
alike attended the services atId lshowedV
interest, from Governor, Justices of the
Court of Appeals of the State, iblIic of
dclalasof State,, county and city, to tlie
humblest citizen.
This-evangelist, the Rev. Dr. Clare:nce
B. 8trouse, a Virginian, conducted his
meetings ii the operalhouse, in connec
tion with the City Hall, a-id so strongly
dil he inveigh against worldly anmuse-
.meats, the theater and tile .huall room,
that a musical comedy company bookeI
here for two perforntauces oi Trhanksgiv-
tag. afternoon and evening, and which
booking prevented him speaking there,
that when the nmanagenme'-it of the thea-
ter opened the doors not a dozen persons
wer in attendance and thie company didl
In. the evening of the same day the
young nien of Frankfort had out invita.
tions for a Thpnnksgiving germani at the
Capital Hotel ball room, and while I'ls
german was being danced, with greatly
decreased numbersr, the minister con-,
ducted a prayer service in the parlor
below with many young women o: the
societyaet present and partici ating. Ann
evidenole qf the work he accomplished
along these lines is best shown in a letter
just received 4y the persons who secured
Dr. Status' presence in Frankfort. Thlis
letter is from the manager of thee theater,
rwho fuirnished it flee of charge for the
meetings, complaining that his ba.siess
has already been damaged to the eate it
of $5oo, to say nothing of what it will
be for the remainder of the the theatri-
cal season.
Dr. Strouse was first brought to Prank-
fort some six weeks ago through the
Rev. C. J. Nugent, of the Methodist
church, to conduct a revival. He had
such success that upon its close, and af-
ter Ie had left Frankfort. the young men
of the city, headed by Secretary God-
frey, of the V. M. C. A.; Capt. Noel
Gaines and others, sought to have him
return. Five hundred young men, anti
their mothers and sisters to the number
of four hundred more, signed petitions to
Dr. Strouse to return and conduct a meet-
lag at a place where all classes and mem-
ber of all religious denominations might
have an opportunity to hear him preach.
In this request the ministers of all de-
omiitations but one joined.
Somtthlng of the man who has so in-
tereated and stirred the State capital will
be of interest. Dr. Strouse sla just thirty.
fer yeams of age. He has been preach-
lg tie Gospel for nine years. He comes
ot a well-known and wealthy Virginia
family1 ad before his conversion-was a
haag sad a society leader. He is a
UO imty graduate, ad went to school
to P France. Foa four years after
l a hiswork as a minister he sup-
piMtd himself o his own means, not
a X a' eamt for his work. When
U m to oume to Frankiort and the mat-
i. t #" iipaatio3 was mentioned be
," 'b4, Ouiy sy z" ene," and he
a with hidm Utttremore than was
ir to me theue.

Jacksonville Hotel.
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. 114n-
cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell as-
sistant manager, is the place to top
when you go to Jacksonville. Nice
rooms. good table fare, reasonable ra t.
and centrally located-on Bav street, In
business center. Mr. Campbell is of
Waldo, Alachus county, and it will af-
f6rd him pleasure to treat nicely people
from his home county when they go to
Whea yougo to Jacksonville and want
good fare yedpiolite attention at reaomn-
able cost, inquire for the *"Traveler' Ho-
tel "and when y oo o GreowCove
8in aop at te i rtMeoMel, of
tw=ilMr.Haneock Is also propritor.


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Appointments for the Oalneavile
STi e rece it session of the Methodist
"Conf'-Tticeut Lake City) was one' of tihe
nrost pleasant ever held in years. The
entertainment was liberal anid whole.
hearted. The presidency of Bishop Wil-
son was firm, gentlemanly and paios
taking; and the appointnxetits gave Very.-
general satisfaction. :The reportsshowed.
an increase in membership of over 2,000.
The e.dIcational interests of thie church
are in fine condition, and the school at-
tendance llis increased about twenty per
Scent. The Bishop's sernIon on Sunday
was said to be, hlV those who heard it, a
most masterly effort, abounding in ele-
vated thought, antl pure and chaste lan-
guage. The next session of the confer-
ence will be held at Orlando. The fol-
lowing are the appointments for Gaines
ville District?
J 1'. Hilburn, Presiding Elder.
Gainesville-W. T. Carpenter.
Alachna-F. Pixton.
High Springs and Newberry-H. M,
Ft White -G. J. Kennelly.
Melrose--L. I). Haynes.
Interlachen-T. S. Armistead.
Buslhiell-F. M. C. Heads.
Wildwood--Supplied by J. T. Duncan.
Ocala -L. W. Moore.
Lady Lake-W. A. Wier.
Leeshurg-T. W. Moore.
Cotton P'lnt-G. P. Ausrin.
Crystal River-Suppliad by J. M. Mitch
In verness-W. II. Steinmeyer.
Reddick-A. M. Daiger.
Citra -II. 1 FPrazee.
Mlicanopy -R. J. Wells.
I\illiston J. H. D. McRae.
ilromson B. T. Rape.
Rochielle--Al-M. T. Bell.
Anthony--- H. Sistrmank.

Col. Chubb Confers With Washington
Hon. II S. Chnubb, receiver for the
United States land office in this city, one
of Florida's most. prominent Republicanm
mml one of thie cleverest of gentlemen,
I -s returned from Washington,, where lie
,'vil otli r pronnini-nVt ialorida Republicanis
wemnt to confer with the President and
thlier notables o matters political.
Col, Clitnibb feels pleased with the re
-uit of thle trip. He says that Haniis
-Mi luot lie a cadirlidate for the Republi-
cIn iinoinimatitin for President, anid that
ihe F'lori ha delegation ,will he solid for
R, oevelt
lie talked to tie. proper authorities
aborit theli jiiblc huildinig for Gainesville,
In I is aclrun>agedlI; tiitgs the work of
miiiling will not lie nicli longer de
l.ted. h' 'nhl is popular with the lPres
idclnlt alid others in authority. He is a
r-al i ice fellow; we like liuiu--it's a pity
lie's a Republicann.

Advocate Removed.
The Floiida Christian Advocate, the
otlici:tl organ of the MN. E Church, South,.
in Florida, whichli has been ably edited
for the last two year by Rev. L. W..
-Moore, and published by tha Hill Print-
inig Co., this city, will hereafter be pub-
lished at Tallahassee, ant Rev. J. B Ley
will be the editor
The conference at Lake City last
'week re-elected Rev. Moore to the editor-
ship of the paper, but he at once tendexed
hiis resignation, and then Rev. Ley was
The people of Gaineavil!e regret for
this city to lost. the Advocate and Edilor
Moore, but their loss will be Tallahassee
and Ocala's gain. Mr. Moore has been
assigned by the conference to Ocala. to
which place hlie will soon go andi carry
his family.

No Star Two Fridays.
Desiring to give the Star force an oper-
tunity to have a few days off during the
holidays, we have decided to put out but
one,issue of the paper each of the two
weeks in which Christmas and New
Year conies.
The paper will be issued on December
22 and 29, but not on lDecember 25 and
January I -Christmas and New 'Yars
days. The last issue before Christmas,
and the one between Christmas and New
Vears will be as interesting as we can
make them, and of those issues a large
number of extra copies will be sent out
and those issues will, therefore, be more
valuable to advertisers.
If you want an advertisement read by
an unusually large number of people put
it in the Star of December 22 and 29.

to Mr. Carpenter and his estimable better
four-fifths-they are very popular with
our people.
Am livitatioa.
Many who are not aubecriber to the
Star will receive each a copy of today's
issue. It is an invitation to all nuch to
become subsenrbers, ad we trust they
will accept the iavitation,

To the VotesM of Alachi U Oumty:
I hereby alu-oI I a Sadhaitu
for an cth e gsof
actioM kt MOO^ ^ -



Distressing Experience of a De-
voted. Husband.


Died in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Night-Buried in Gaines-
ville Yesterday.
One of tile sadest deaths Gaitiesville
people have. been called upon to mourn
In a long time. occurred in Jacksonville
Tuesday night, when the spirit of Mrs.
I, A. Carver, nee Miss Ida Mixson, took
its flight to tile God who -gave it.
On that night after supper Mr. Carver
went withR some friends to the court house
to hear something of an iniportant mur-
der trial then in progress there and Mrs-
Carver was to go just across the street
and spend the evening with a lady friend
Mr Carver proimisiig to call for her
when he returned.
Mr. Carver soon returned, went to the
house of the n elghbor, expecting to find
his wife there but- was surprised to learn-
that she had not been titere. He then
.hurried to his honie and was horrified to
find the wife whomu- he had left appear-
attly well only a little more than a l hour
before prostrate on the floor, and life ex-
tinct. Physicians were hastily summons-
ed, but the, grim. monster had done his
work too well -the loved and loving wife
was dead. .
'The remnaius were prepared for burial
and shipped to Gainesville via the Sea-'
board Air Line Wednesday niorning.
Wlany grief-stricken relatives and friends
met the remains at the depot, from which
place tl'ey were taken to the home of .the
parents, Mr. amtd Mrs Ben Mixson,
where they remained until take away
and carried to the church to be funer-
The funeral was at the Firt Baptist
church, Rev. J. I Holley officiating, and
largely attended. The interment was in
Evergreen cemetery. The floral offer-
ings, and other evidencas'of the popular-
it)y of the deceased, were many.
Besid-,s irAnuy, other relatives and
friends Mrs. Carver left to mourn her sadly
d itih, father and uirother, Mrs. J. II
.kvera, Misses Rosebud, Leonora, and May
Mixson,, sisters. of bhis city; Mrs. Annie
W trnt, sister, Thotntsvitlle, Ga., and two
b.'.jthrs, Lawrence ail lien Mixsoni, tlhe
f,)rnir of irniinghituin, end tihe latter of
near Ocala. The absent ones arrived in
time to attend the funeral.
Deceased w4. raised in this city, where
she resided until 'about two years- ago
when she went with her husband to Jack-
sonville, where Mr. Carver has a lucra-
tive position aj book keeper for C. W.
Bartleson & Co. Mr, Carver was for
several years in tite employ of the Plant
Systern -now the A. C. L.--railroad com-
pany in this city. He and his wife were
both very p iptlar here, and many were
the expressions of sorrow when the news
of the sad death reached this city.
Mrs. Carver was about 30 years of age,.
and was married about eight years ago.
Until she left for Jacksonville she was a
useful member of- the Pirat Baptist
church and its Sunday school.
The Star joins many others in extend-
ing sympathy to the grief stricken hus-
hand and other bereaved ones.

King and Shaylor.
Hon. Augustus II. King and lion.
Samuel T. SIaylor, two Alachua county
boys and graduates of East Floridv Sem-
inary, are candidates for important posli-
tions in the Fourthi Judicial Circuit.
Mr. King is candidate for State Attor-
ney for the circuit, and Mr. Shaylor is
candidate for Judge of the Criminal
Court of Records in Duval county.
Both of the gentlemen are able and
worthy young attorneys, and they have
many friends here in Gainesavidale apd
in Alachuas county, who would be de
lighted to see them elected to the posl-
tiors to which they aspire.

Reception Thua Evealmg.
The Home Mission Society of the
Methodist church will tender a reception
to Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, at the
Methodist parsonage, this evening from
7o30 to io:3o o'clock.
This is not the first reception given by
Gainesville Methodista and their friends

turned Tuesday from Lake City, where
he went to attend confi-reace.
Matheaon's dboe and Leather Store is
the place to get attractive and useful
Xmas presents.
J. L. Towaend,. a prominent citzenm
and buWnisem man of fte, was transact-
ing buslesm i the city Tuesday.
If o wast = sy toba easr bld a

Mfr. June Ri e, a hglty respected
tAiMa df High Uo p Me tW" aiealt g
bansae in OalsSOIO y r .a -
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Robert Mcoeachy Murdered by a Ne-
Sgrb Ysterday.
Yesterday niortii..g about ro o'clock a
young white nman named Robert E.'Mc,
Geachy, a woodsman for the firm of
McColesky & Elvinugton, of Otter. Creek,
in Levy county, was shot. ead by a ne-
gro turpentine hadu named Isaiah MAyres,.
who made his escape. It was in the
woods, aid Mr. McGeachy had called
the negro back to work' over a turpen-
tiie box which he had left short of the
required specifications, and the negro
refused to work over .the box. Some
words ensued., and the negro drew his
axe on the woodasman. Pistols were then
drawn and three shots fired by each m.anR.
Mr. McGeachy fell dead on tile spot, and
the negro ran away, but it is thought by
the other hands who were present that
he is wounded inn one armn and probably
in the breast.
Dr. T. V. Thomas of this city was tele-.
graphed for, and went down last night
and embalumed thebody. Mr. Allie Mc-
Colesky, one of the murdered man's enm-
ployers, passed through Gainesvulle's this
morning with the corpse en route to Chip-
ley, Fla., where|lMr, McGeachy's family
reside and where the remains will be
D)iScRIT ioN .o Ft1 TB MI tDItRIW.
Isaiah Myreq, the muinderer of Mr. Mc-
Geachy, is of ginger-cake color, about
5 feet 8 inches, high, weighs about rilo
lbs.; big. thick lip, and broad teeth;
very little mustache ( would be considered
almso*t without hair on his face); rather'
bow-legied, and when last seen wore a
black hat, and overalls and undershirt,
such as are usually worn by turpentine
hands. -
iExchanges please copy, antd thereby
assist in locating the murderer, which is
thie desire of. the inurdlned man's friends.

Mrs. Cook Returns.
Mrs. Royal Cook, who it will be re-
meubered by Star readers was adjudged
unsound in Inind and sent to the State
Asylum at Chattlahoochee about three
months ago, has returned home and her
mind seems to be all right.
Mr. Cook and his friends are pleased
to have her baqk at home and cldthed in
her right- mind.

A. C. L. Holiday Rates.
Holiday rates via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantic Coast Line. announce tihe
rate of one and one-third fares plus 25
cents for the round trip for. Christmias
holidays. Tickets will be sold December
23-25, inclusive. December 30, and 3m,
1903, January 1, with return tliit Janu-
ary 4, 1904. Teachers and students of
schools and colleges will be accorded
same rate, tickets to be sold December
16-22, inclusive, with return limit Janu.
ary 8, 19o4, upon presentation of certifi-
cate signed by superintendents, princi-
pals or president. All Informtation cheer-
fully furnished. i
W.J. Craig, General Passenger Agent,
Wilmington, N. C.; H. M. Emeraon,.
Traffic Manager, Wilmington. N. C.; W.
If. Ieahy, Division Passenger Agent, Sa-
vannahl, Ga,; T. C. White, Division Pas-
senger Agent, Tantpa, Fla.: Frank C.
0oylston, Cominrercial Agent, Jackson-
ville, Via.

Try Pagan's market for best meats.
Dr. G. W. Tanner of Alachua was in
the city Wednesday.
Ge-mfne Stetson lists, gloves, etc., at
Mathesot's Shoe and Leather Store.
Deputy Sheriff Jeff Perry of R ochelle
was in the city Tuesday.
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
I.loyd's Dye Works. July 14, tf
AM. P. Hope, of llagme, was a business
visitor to the city Tuesday.
Mass Myrtle Pennell has returned from
a pleasant sojourn with friends in lake
Col. C. C. Thotnase has returned from
Paslatka, where he went on professional
Hon. Pred Cubberly, collector of cus-
toms for the port at Cedar Key, was in
the city Wednesday.
James Holder, a prominent merchant
of Rochelle, was transactiung business in
the city Wednesday.
LI. C. Smith's windo. is a beauty to-
day. It's "dressed ia living green." Call
and see Christmas there.
M. T,. Moore, naval store operator at
Rochelle, was among the business trant-
actors in the city Wednesday.
Ladies', gents' and boys' house slip-
pers t Matheaon's bhoe and Leather
Rev. Ed. Steinmeyer of Rochelle re-

Your Chickens Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-

Highest Pridce or Coun-
try Produce. and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

1m1 asa iN ain*flninM

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SWe-. have i.

* In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
SWomen and Children, at popular
prices and of the best makes. .

* We call

T Particular attention to the Ladies
* "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
9 ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

S-J. D. Matheson, *

hoe and Lether $to e. qinerille, FIa. *

0. H. Stewart,
P. 0. BOX 434,
Gainesville, Florida.
Boiler Maker and
Sheet Iron Worker.

I would be glad to cor-
redpond with. manager of
either high or low.pressure
(Good References.

Rev. and Mrs. Ley of Micanopy passed
through the city Tuesday en route home
from the Methodist Conference at Lake
/ Capt. J. A King, one of the most prom-
itent Im.en in the eastern portion of, the
.county, was in the city Tuesday fiom l.ia
home at Orange Heights.
If it is Job printing you want just selnd
your order to the Star. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
Miss Gertrude Chitty, a pleasing and
accomplished young lady of Micatnopv,
arrived In the city a few days ago to visit
her sister, Mrs. J: F. Hill.
For the best fresh meats, and fancy
'.,niily groceries go* to J. Hiarrold's
market, two doors from opera house en
trance. 'Phone No. as.
A colored girl at Archer was burned to
death a few days ago. Hler clothes caught
fire from burning the yard. Sihe
lived only about three hours;.
C. H. Crisman of Micanopy, and R. R.
Godwin of High Springs, are authorized
to take subscriptlons and collect for the
same for The Star. See them about it.
There will be no Star on Christnmas or
New Years Day. Se nd in your holiday
ads for the issues of December 22 and aq.
These'will be larger issues than usual.
Bring us your cotton, and price our
goods. If you cani do better elsewhere
than with us, no harm done, but give ts
a trial. G. \V. lasterlin & Co., High
Springs, Fla.
-Dlay Tdwards is doing some nice road
building for the county in the vacinity of
Rocky Point. Day is .an landuitrioun
young man, and knows a tiling or two
about road building.
lfave you tried Qiddings' Hair Grower?
Others have tried it and pronounced it
good. For sale at 8. I. Giddinga' Drug
Store, oaluneavllle, and Postoffice Drug
Store and J, A Stephens, High Springs
Miss Estelle Mathers, one of Mica-
nopy's most charging young ladies, pass.
ed through the city yesterday on her way
to High Springs where she will spend
tthe holidays visiting friend ps.
Dr. J. P. McKinstrey, Jr., returned th is
morning from Leunnon, where he was
called yesterday to attend Dr. Mixson,
was hurt in a runaway by a horse
lie reports the injury iot serious.
Gifts that are beautiful, useful and last-
ing are the ones that will moot please
your family or your friends. Just drop
in our jewelry department and examine
our 'MWaterman's Ideal Fountain Pen."
it is a gift of never ending lbsefulness. I..
C. Smntith.
W. L. Hill, the New York Life Insur-
ance Cesmpany's special checking agent,
was transacting business for Iis company
in Marion county and other points south
severAl days this week. Mr. 1111il is one
of the best and L.most popular insurance
men on tha road.
The first thing to be done, when you
start out shopping for C'hristmat goods,
is to secure a g pair of eas wearing,
comfortable siting and stylish looking
shoes. In which the longer you walk the
longer you'll want to walk. Such shoep
canalways be found in our shoe depart-
ment. L. C. Smith.
Miss Blanche Bronson, for the past
year the efBeient linotype operator for
the Hill Printing Company, has removed
to Jacksonville where she will operate a
a linotype. MissBronson la an excellent
young lady of pleasing wanders, and sihe
made many friends In this city who re-
gret to see her leave.
"Count the days till Christmas,
The time is drawing near-
The time of friendly giving
To all we hold most dear,
Of irift and friendly greeting,.
Well wishers every where,
And tokens of remembrance
Renmovlnv every care."
"We gently call attention
To our well laden store,
Filled with the choicest pieces
Prom calling to the floor;
And mak you to inspect them
Before elsewhere you go.
The time will not be wasted.
You'll be repaid, we know."
I,. C. BMsTIh.
.. ... .. ./-- .. ...... ...

Cotton Department,


HigheSt price paid fo i0 I$Iland 0otto0

In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.

Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offer

made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.


| 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.

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-
comed,.the policy of THE STAR will be con-
trolled onl y yits editor and proprietor.

SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive
for twelve months



I D.E. GODWIN, Editor I

Gainesville, Florida.

W. R. Thomas,

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mnont concemlningoMajor as | Matters P0t As to
pal Decisi0 n of Miesj- .lwid Full List D, 0Deornt gi n m
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Sadre d th altl o u g t ue at Wno s-'
NS DOORS OF PRIS OhS e to aNr, S MADE .un ,- of

l .. 1 Grne r H lose letter o B m interesting ature totutortIr d, it.l
ut4 .8d%LOAA 6 ..-t6Ui t.I..I, I.. Bar. .1l D,- epartment of the Gulf. anMgmmt PadilsUSown. s ws adW dptp
jV.e btBlV tUndoy Abefore -your JKiS Which Will be cemmQned 6d, prviderpV qiat, ? V't e sl,;on
In etal.Manner. to the confirmatlu',fG l Wood. "y."oiL iI tins.ln. ,)' shO muld be m '.cf tbgalaNo.
i [t appears that tb : P o btates th
PPLon of decision of the General at' 0 A Washln(tok .k. iajl ,The s ano daeth, ipc n be sffrag
q supreme court, which brilns else on007 0 C, 0te- new divsloss nd sub-diI htai f, t;t. ?and moment, and concentrate mnero ai-
atfl1.__mO his I t right forT'aI.I
,ut.aj legl ot.indreds. ,' shall take arm"y were nnoe T B, ty akec. .
ere atslonfl taions rspeurhl0 aafar as pra- ~cretsab'ol ,at IH. Hayes, (of Virginia, was
w o in'"t.nonin St. uis. e i. chletter to thoeti;opeir:hose Therldl ado. weeorg ik.
EtdI!o gs53qfodur l ,flJfj hte m,-!of OliaI natioast or ganisor In- bth
kas est s a t 0 b ear oe e5iib lt 0 i The a-called Roosevelt f aot eo fn
tatiary, inheul'e fre oes 11nh, X ,u time wish to ccall at ni... a ,eat1 ., lOest '-ae!- vt thto
Sto many others, was receive that sem pers seem to. e the dl an st !the te larger wthdefat late
t. Lous Monday by that of el nl furnhty hihio Z rl e s o- ftath, t a-. hour Tuepdshy night, ,nd walked out ofrs
In alisst of caesofwhichLunder.teso f the d-L-; a..- 1 rthb0 con ntlo. A e resolution d -or-
So c under t statement be- a theTenneqsep. adod4 ein te resident received 32 votes,
.X oc be affected If the fore y outhe perversion li ,thea o vi-i oYrQtrin e at w 8 votes were recorded against
p. of3 ae vow.MLi f bee1" 14 to thepre3u- fit.
Ivo -f./i,t,.""-Onbi Theri slpapeuo publab- V y. ,e to the public prepareI
Was nstatsb r w.ytlk kneownItw'i0bb, e tlm o art & th s ont by the committee on resolutions de-
-. nt%. the rIh ff l ie a hal tO toUteTS* r1 the depawpnit )lpguf ctla re that the race wtuld rit be po-
I Ite -t en CiOrtrt are tent toa y ll hbe located at Atlanta. Ga., and eilically eliminated and with the race
ss e l astNtle t r esve a h of oe e tob diveion and also of the de- stronger, weather and more Intell-.
le ribd rVbletrmtfr f dbu e- llAt g Iveat that some eisrsl a ppartment of the ast will be at Gol- gent, "the sahiboleth of party preserva-.
|i rr 1 h wllL be co sed of the r e d iont abll Ltyching watsrenresuoed
po eto bring ud to t s rn'd Island, Y. The northernd!- on mght e changed to race pre
atr b m.the rW r3lt&bI5 Id dep a rtm11o will be composed of the preheat a cancer which might spread to the
cetir^ th *-e arI bore he o o 1 ntte, "d ain d'pwt18nt of the lakes, the depart- whole body politicc' The penal Instltu.
4ourt ay appl, and the r. Sv t o ithsefact that the d-str e
a4ppeft ail, b tgm thtat4% 42" hereo dee ,If11meat of Missouir and the department tion in the south werg denounced andh
bp 0at do _I--f--'ui- pt p I l, of Dakota. The headquarters of tethe distribution o the raco throughout
0041A*nwv on his official publics estimation; so northern division will be at l. all the stan s advised. The address
pS$ a t' u r "'.ie ll t Tdear t 'apl nso CoaP- A resolution that the league meet
e r p l tua" ore ;reet dparte. o Ca- Chicago Just before the republican
be b et w you fn ad Columbia. The eaduar- national convntlon and request that I
i.i k 9eo 5lc Uoa with the ubur, ought to act wpll be based upon an ns- te s ,' the division, will be San Frau- body to adopt a plank upholding the
s fteM jtehnoet. --Io rl ds trern isn wei e n nflfteenta amendment was ad opted.
ih tler, bribery, febur- actpe othesdatern divs ton w l be The rfpiolutlon adopted by the dole-
notlerd bribery, Sbur- c a tally giveD. called for oner cfapbied of the depalrments 'of Colo- gates favorable to the president ap-
'. Wd'WsonIp 0; ce, I bo$,f o0e r*, do and Texas. The department of peals to him to supplement his "cOm.
l 'lsll myX .MoI a?41Xfodthi tIff Lta. .t ee Jae1 s wfll be nlarrgd by the addition mendable acts In the Interest of Juin-
rin, r E6 u0 h fti f eltla IiUAti4 bf thestates of Lotirslana, Arkaiias, tes anu fair play.-for our race by reo-
S heridn, bribery. burlap Ini him trot the Imp rtant d1stuff QkLWObna'ahd eodlin Terd onles. The ayorsd th eoune
.i nao the tmportat 4utle qkikh'0mt ahd Indi~n Tqrrlioribe. 'hi. ommendatlon to. congress. the passlqg
S lfstauD L v A W Jej- t kJe orfjpnle kn pcount of beadquarters of t)dl division will be o. heiffietlnes tor the enforcement i
6 ATurli#t, bribery, Subur- fals reports of evidence which laM Oa h6ma'city, Oe. o tlh e thirteith forteeth san frlfteent
*lJ n wh 'irv,'r;9.l f4, er/falct, givo t rdly pplne 'division will remain t e reby thr ee oatbf e i ft ee8nt
C 4 g,=f, f1l4 aot, lglvRen rt( riey Ah' u t amoendments, thereby making effective
WI OtO, brieJry, nu0urban seems fair that an officer who not aow onstited. hsta or ua rights."
YAdTh not rd le o' gotraof t helIiphis stand for equal rights."
r' l It t, O d J "P4 e ta W Tb e now denuartm ent of the gull ris.
K M~i^ BCrt. I H i ,14rbt .hl doU ttry 'ftnGttei ere .d, o tp,no< tLe w L Of North and DOCTOS MEET IN ATLANTA.
14ve Fears. the other i)de of the world, should eouth-.Carol ea, Georgia, Florida, Ala.
.......91. b.".flfagt3 9-xA ib .Mrslaslpi ansd ;'.Te-nesse. 'Southern murgltal and GynecologIcal
w r. wy. eey rqme your ecr- Loulidaa, whIaeh wab fr-merly In this a I o
r ry, F hasion's ren othi t Zd eaartm n,' mi attached to the t a depalrt- Asm oed Atlb in Session.
tio.vs-tiAfouFyrrs? ^r_ Ve "raa nef3. of Texas. sfladiw onrl At 10:80 o'clock TUleSdKy morning,
Sni U nafrjuriytbubu r- "f irn HO' diraenwho Is. to oAmnrsad this depart-, in the convention baUat the P edmont,
r .oi, unthnthroe a of "% "gent, with I dquarters lei Atlanta, i nI Atlanta, Ga., the Southern Sprgloal
l td J a DR DET I. ow assigned to the Istbmlas canal asd Gynecological aasoclatlou, coit-
.'Wk not11e 8Judge McDonll, h MURDrI GIR. IDENTIPlK. Cadit uet lIbn. He' as formerly chief of posed o great surgeons from all quar-
a ritlormal dtivoldh bnct n p ---- .enLe7niera an Was .meipber f' the teraof the United States, opened Its
t..i trheif ...... *are on .b.pr4 nof o feflCn, hiq .h Investiga ted ixteenth convention with an atLead-
S- rl of H yer. the charges against Oapts,- Oberlin dance of fully 75 members.
Sl*tS4 Q 0i jKt, oo~PiPJr4o4thtwat m P AM tbAn Pc*rtr'.wt y- .M.- C-.rtq, .sa reqiult or which lavetil. Dr. W. F. Wesltmoreland, chairman
SW witnesses sa4t to the rand bav vscfosed.thq fact that the ycunlg gatlon his eoqrLtartial on these of the committee of Arrangements, In-
otlrpor o t a hf M wnd f Q-nsei n *di art dehrera- l wore ordered. produced Mayor Howell to lhe phys'-
| ltobaqe Indlctment, to v akoi c pose4 corpnse was found. noy el- Tlie following division commanders clans, who welcomed them to the city.
L0tIWao~ [lhriX. r, a /MN1 J a 2i4dya S e r' h ave bee4 decided upon: The mayor said that be would give
9O** agatlnst l. J. Arnold, ohawr- centlyJvqt CorVAfal. t Cotlo Atlantic division, Major General Cor- them the keys to the city It the city
I t erand larceny, was one of Tknlld'4l6thb '.ObMa blat northern division, Major Generdal ad any koys; bill'tthat Ulneral Bher-
-testoed. "w 4sister b and sers areBate*; Paiolio ditislon, Major Genoral man con & memorable visit some 87
(46tIs- ls 4*46tdiL tt wd k00 llvtg omIsr parents be-'-a eArthau'r; southwestern division, years ago had taken them away. Il
S a aftoterdThtamDtow uoifnideadtSL h ved, 1' t Po4lterdal eMutf Qtnhai Burher-"PllIpplne d. lieu of the keys, however. Mayor How-
00H4jPdI M-h 11" AL Mb1[b"t* tl '] l' berbr6 be .alap- .lslVo0nb Major' general ade. oil gave them the freedom of tle. city,
M. 'r L- The oader begumee oeective January and said lhat as several delegates were
1. far from home and might wish to see
iWt1 It l. .. ld'' ,,o The fdllowln officers have been de. the ights of a very gay city, he would
la k 8puh y';with a min,sthe boardd a1 stigat. d to assume command of the give them all the official protection
LA~:^t go4y1' fwIoul g o tr-p. ,, -, several departmenti: that lay In his power. Ile added that 1be
s. t1'e idltlfl the man supposed to PeporteQnt of the Guth--Brigadler physicians of the city were a very pro.
4a wqy 'Mr lmflon tbel he oti pTi-Gener edalt Palae ra. gresalve lot. He didn't know that they
andqd f'Ti1P2ltJ0 ,q ,id they-are new on.his trail. oiepartmenttOf the LlAkes-tlrlgadler had much money-Atlanta was a heal-
^'^ aB^lMt~dglll! i |t k /!9 ,If Generaforaht. thy place-but they ke allreast of
the ant of 19t1, rprosecutlng ttur. t REVY HEAft A TKItREAT. Department of the Mlasotrrl-Brlga- the lime, and the delegates would find
S fangd cidc1mb ttkt"1 Q Iilabi' '1T )I i (.-#LJ, I dler General Wantt,, Brigadier General them congenial. ITo concluded with the
'llr i RnormaLeon/ under (heir oftil-l "FPlarn moldlar st rosse Panama Carr temporarily remark that (he committee on arrangp-
Vr iiU. ,L 1' i < iI ,i '1MNdrcilditt wnu Department o' thel Dakotas--Briga- meats had opened the clubs of the city
I Loui alone, It is stated, full The arrival In Washl pgtoi of Gen- dier General Kobbe. to members and visitors, had arranged
tthousand cases have been tried on eral J. B'aftikll Blil, tid ftdua Phil- 'Departenrnt of the Cali(ornia-Msior several entertainments In their honor.
aI information, sand conviction re- ippine campaigner, for a conference .General MacArthur, tkmi'Doarlly, and had even offered to have their
th the oiese u gof% Dopartment of the Columbia-Brlga- checks caashed. The mayor thoughtI
rmy'y W hetan s ml atlon, dler Generaj Funston. that the latter courtesy could hardly
IREL lsyT W f.^r howe how aeeour tiC adltistra- Deiartteit of the Colorado-Brigs- be added to, but saad lhat If thero was
tri"n L 41 lthe l dsptbh o01 Cloer yeOeral Baldwin. any deficiency In the matter of enter-
fr0t 1B0,000 Bm. troo 8 to the isthmus to protect it,., Deoptamnt of Texas--Brilga lier talnmont and comfort that he and the
M'*lS ef the Varip GoJ1011PIMVee.,. m fl\ipp4erpt s piqblg.attack from Colom-.Gnertra ltee: BHgadle* Osbera- Barry, city would nmake It good. I
a tstement madso'WMW iyfil 'WWWdsia-Woeeral Dell had a longiatlerldi-Hly. Dr. H. 8. Bradley .pastor of Trinity
4lay By. l, Ung official of the conference at Ple wsr depcrtsenti Department 'of Luaca-Brlgadler Church then opened the season with
gt lT orporat1-per0on tSt. Mdlay wlt if*9 l$-hl I MtlLuer"General Randall. prayer, and Dr. Joseph T. Johnpon, of
R .. p...... 1BO, about M0 with General Young, chler of staff. department O Vlsayara-1rlmadler Washington,,followed wlitha r-ponse
wage al-s uc gg 5 *flO e o Washington, has bqen in- Department of Mindanao-MBa.Uj The Southern Surgical and Gymecol
| i >lt0o ]pr, (-.trmed ,$ an adzfldltrWtno-' ol-clal DepotS 10odWt oglcal Associatlon is composed of some
BBS t l* tosIwlll ^et jaatt111..rywlll sf~l down, tb fl. Colom- d6#ailndatt of the Ifantry and o( the most prominent surgeons In
O lSB^C r V t fi ad:Oldlt atteifllP croes,'.he fCaayI &cool, loprt i/.avenworlh-" America, and though ixational In scope,
Ader ....publc drP, ama." Brigadier General Bell, holds Its conventions In the south.

i y CO Heavy Fre-siht Engines on B. atid 0. Alabama Man, Sntemoed far Peonage,
,O J Overturn on Steep trada. Is Given Charge of Convicts. |
Zi Pl'. l 'ank.i an.pgi E f eajD,. Is.Th, d ort o.e cvlty of BostoR, ]BVv trslnaten were killed and SOy. Thu Alabama slate convict lnsp.c-

K en the aualoipal election Tuesday, Mayor lug of two engines attached to a heavy awardIng the convict labor of that
lS- ptrloWe t i .!rk Col.lins being re-elefled by UT,. BaiUmore and Ohio freight train on the county' to J. W. Pact.

S00 plurality, the l est ever given a 17-mile grade wear Piedmont, W. Va., Pace had the county convicts at the
lth m Ic Salt cdIdate I the hetory of Sunda time he was arrested for nonage. fle
rt t IIAJle-.".I) -,unday Is now under sentence orfive reaia,
*44rsjP I Awywe tpar will The dead ae: Inglneer Ernest Er. but t.I sentence bha been mapended
a1t -L t paiWf vin, lEnglteoi 9nnty W eiln; Pireman by Judae Jonaes of the United.Mtates
w_" Di it 1' the com.- Walter Mine, Jdna iJrtas J. V. carter. courtI
ai t 0t rtr favored Brakeman. John [Isayes. Prealdeat Carsmichael. of the convict"
Assi c, u favored licens-ad Engineer MichaOd J, Gibbh lWas f Inspectors. eae Ita plain language
a Ifquor abtn" Targe majority. tally crushed. about awarding this contract.
man Introduces Resolu. CommIt^ed lultde While Examiner" -
Ca lling rrnvgtohnB.l r pp Inp Itg His ook. senate Cotutitte oen PrlvlegsQa and Two Men Dead, a Third Dying and a
.mktar T.I Plu'ISf-*lsla I A JrEf hbaak examiner who leetlone to Take Up His Cas. Fourth .ees Crazy.
1ung the commute on had a uanounced to examine h's Chairman Burrows, of the senate Two mon were found d'an early
tquiry Into the i accounts, p i aboseoll, cashier omtnittee on privileges and elections. d rni
utes recess mar the YaiJntio'IV fl Ied ha" cal ed lp t of the ml Tuday morning La a furnmahamt rtoa
Spree dent. The res. Comn. flo he t t to lasider w et er acti on h house In New .York cly, death belaI
,Bo d. .e'ta i... a ..... .- ..- be taken oo t a id 41* due to drinking w d alcohol. A third
p el lWod A statement gIftenut nlter sald that G al fr f eats. Reed **an to In the hopital dying. an4 the
f"frerr an investlat19npft f d$eated A aimense fitih saa ofp ths '*5fy, nreed ry
''that the cad her wA s i IC to Ue 'fa differ the atlpk, hbaa isapposre nAd Sln0ot
bank between 18,00 pad- O ,0 be located.

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Representative Brantley, of Georgia5
-* Wil ry feor xpEulment stations
at Varieus Polnts to laymetl-
g0a Elsemla of Plant

.A" Ipflban1 special says: Con-
b 1b be aske' th "M e ai ap-
'ptsumafo' tor thd -6etablIshment of
experiment stations In GeorgIaS at
which the agricultural department ex.
pets will seek to discover a way to
cure the disease antbracnoseo which
has done so much damage to Sea Is-
land cotton. For some time, Con-
gressman Brantley has been in con-
suiltatio.n *itbh' Secretary Wlson and
the experts of the department of agri-
culture relative to the necessity for
zelilt of he growers oft Sea. Island cot-
ton in Georgia, South Carolina aul
Florida. It seems that this kind ot
cotton has bwe a victim of four kinds
of disease--wilt, rust, root knot and
anthracnose. Methods have been dis-
covered to ofset or cure the first, three,
In some degree, at least, but the last
named has done a groat deal of devas.
tation. It attacks the boll before It Is
matured, drying it up and making the
staple yellow stained and of nd length.
In some sections the crop has been al-
most entirely destroyed.
Mr. Brantley had conferences with
the secretary and with Dr. Gallaway,
chief of the 'bureau of plant Industry,
and Assistant Pathologist Orton was
sent to Georgia to Investigate. The
necessity for some remedy I. so evi-
dent that it. Is designed to establish
experiment farms near Blackshear and
Valdosta, at which the government
experts will seek to produce a strain
which will resist the disease.
It Is also the aim of the department
to demonstrate the value of a proper
rotation of the crops. As Georgia
produces mcre than halt the Sea Is-
land 1 etton crop of the country, and
as moalt of that Is raised in bla district,
Mr. .Brantley will use hjs best efforts
to secure from congress the necessa-
ry appropriations for the experiments.
He believes b he has assurances which
guarantee success. The southern con-
gressmen will cooperate with him.
Race Problem Touched Upon by BoIk.
or W.vhlngtoft In New York.
Bookgp T. Washington, In a speech
at New York before (bthe colored branch
of the Young Men's Chrlstian Associa-
tion declared the real problem for the
colored parentri the north Is not that
of getting his son and daughter edu-
ciAted, but of finding a Job for them af-
ter they receive thIor diplomas.
"If a white boy gets a place In an of-
fice and doea his dutyr he't s assured of
advancement," said the speaker, but
the black boy has got to work twice as
hard to get there. Any man, black
or white, who has learned to do some-
thing better than his allowss, has solv-
ed his problem.
"In some parts op the country I fear
we are getting the reputation of being
willing to part with our votes for a
price. We should let the world under.
stand that tho Inllvldualn who offers
to buy our %otes insults the mmnhool
of the race."

Rcad Will Enter the Georgia Capital
from Two Directions.
"The Seaboard Is notL only coming
Into Atlanta from the northeast, but
from Birmingpam on Lhe west," said
President John Skeltan Williams at
the breakfast tqndered the officlnal ot
that road Friday morning at the Capi-
tal Cily Club, In Atlanta, ly Colounel
Robert 3. Lowry.
Book Men iold Obscene Literature.
Three of the leadiln lIooksellers of
Boston were found RulIltn rlay In the
municulpal court of having sold. pr hav-
ing had in their possession obscene
literature, oen complnlult masie by a
society. A pne of 1OG w-as Imposed
In each case
Florida Operator5 leek Charter for
Extenalve Combine.
The Operatos' Tank sad W-ro
House Company, with a capital of hail
* million dollars, has applied to the
state of Florida fqr a charter. All the
leading turpentine operators of the
state, are among Its stockholders.
Its object Is to own, operate, lease.
hire, use su0 msintafn ware houses.
docks, wharves, clevotArs And stotage
facilities for the storage of tnrpenfnj.
oils,, rosin. nsvsl stores, cotton end oth-
er products "Vf every sOrt.
The comnpny wl i lend money on the
prpducta stored and thus hbe able to

control the naval atorges product
Hanna Is Anxious to Have General
Testify Befqre Committee.
Senator Hanna bhas decided to re
quest the senate committee on mill-
tAry affaIrs to subpoena beleral Wood
to answer some dt the rchrges made
against him by opponents of bis, cob-
firmation as major general. Should
General WooG bo i s ft pal d an ad-
lqrsnmpt t the compenute will be ta-
s ao givqy Abim tlm to return Iroem.
t PhillMpprp, e.

To Refund Cotta Taes.
Representative Williams, of. Missla-
Ippi hba Introduced a bIll providing* for
the refuditg ..tPqgi states of cot-

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Im"" ... ,t. Sv.,t
oXt aah Oay.

-The almost nude and partially de-
composed body of a white girl not over
20 was foun. In Rockdale county, Ga.,
Sunday. The skull was crushed, while
the girl bore a gun shot wound in her
breast-, l. ., /q ',-.;<,' i 11,
-Citizens of Sumtir county, Ga.,
8ils'ptUaSd atrthe paBspet .,ta,*fl
000 ftoderal LulIdiUWfor Americus and
a, spl a gffmfaltlt bglaway fr?
Awe!c to A n4dersonvjie. .
'-I-t 14 qnppnqod tiabt te qeorLia,
Flerqlp 4a1 A s rifas4
qa4 e alla -p e.q, torria nd
aGorgtin, Ie in Itt a'hrogh line from
Cutlibert to the $ulf. u '
-A large sua refinery Is t6 be
opened at talibrtdge.B'a1, y :A CobenA
& Co., who intend to aid lgar mnpsau-
factire to the eiteunlve tobacco fn-
-The Operators' Tank and WaIs'
Houn "Cbmpttit hlae bee chartered
In P1irde' with a capital stock b haltl'
a -miTllion, it object ieingk to secure
control of the naval scores product .t
the slate. -,
-At Pensaoola, Fla., two tradmps are
held charged with roblpgi a store and
kidnapping the son of the aporietor,,
The boy epoaped. ano, g~v* Ildnoqe
against hla alleel cqptWrB ,
-The republican eg'mottle Qommit-
teo ha0 r 49tm1Pdeqd t s.appoVaInXqet
of A. Pardee. a negro, as postmats"r at
Marianna, Fla ,, ..
-Three or fqur b a wrecksa ropAXl-
roads in wWin cbgut,-adoen P!.AQP
were killed occfrFprd. Ph ncdy. ,,
T7er nupi) Uies,. of, Peoma
warmly applaud tln. r~.lflttln pl the
junta of the Hag-#uqeaL;VfjflA VepIy.
-The republc.atp. nilopal .Qin!ayp-
Lion will b, 414held I icagco ,Jta

-Frederick Wilson and Marsha1
SHosklns, th( car robbers.wh q Opf.r-
lions In Ameri es anqd ,Sinthvil#, -,
have nttract-d eattictio pleaded guil-
ty and were each sentenced to serve
ten years.
-Albert Driscoll and n. Russell, the
two alleged cracksmen, wanted In Sa-
vannah and Jacksonville for safe rob-
beries, may be held in Alabama to
answer like charges In Bessemer and
-In the federal court at Columbus,
Ga., friday, one Lancaster was sen-
tenced to pay $100 and serve 13
months In the Atlanta prison. It Is
said that he was convicted on his
fifteenth monsb ne case.
-Furman B. Pearce has been named
chief office deputy for the southern
district of Oeorgia, succeeding the
late Colonel Richard D. Locke, of Ma-
-In a quarrel over cards at Spartan-
burg, S. C., Albert Thomson, son of a
prominent family, fataly wounded Al-
bert Dearman.
-Mrs. Bennett, In her appeal from
the decision of the probate Judge In.
regard to her husband's will, charges
Mr. Bryan with deceit In the matter of
the $60,000 bequest.
-Senator Bacon has introduced a
resolution to get information in regarJ
to trusts sel:Ing their products abroad
for less than they charge the home
-Senator Hanna will request the
senate military committee to recall
coneral Wood from the Philippines In
order to Live evidence as to the
charges against him.
-Representative Brantley will ask
congress to make appropriation to 'n
veatllate tho diseases of sea Island
-In a speech at Toronto, Bir Rich-
ard Carthwrlght, Canadian minister of
trade and commerce, attacked what he
called the "selfisb policy" of the UnIted
-Advices which have reached Colon
indIcate tha'. Colombia will not Invade
Panama until all diplomatic methods
to reclaim the Isthmus have been tried.
-Reports trom Alexandretta. Tur-
key. Indicate that UnIted States Consul
Davles, In opposing the Turkish po-
lice, acted In self-defense.
-ln the Fair will case at Paris,
Dr. Perrlquet swore that Mrs. Pair mur-
vived her husband.
-Great BrItais will be asked to al'
cotton growing In West Africa
-Tom Cox, charged with the kil
Ing of Patrolman Dowell, of Nashvllo.
Tenu.. together wJth Burke Thompson
and Owen MeDonough, charged with
being accessories to the killing, have.
been removed to the Jail at Cbattanoo.
ga for fear of lynching.

-Mobile, Ala., policemen arrest men
they believe two of the maat danu
gerous safe-blowers In tho country. -
-Methodists of Ahabama began ank
nual. conferences Wednesday-thb
southern church at Pensacola, Fla., tht.
northern church at Annlaton.
-T. W. Wright. superintendent of
the People's cotton factory, at Mont-
gomery, Ala.. has been fined for work-
ing a child under 12 years of age, thtn
violating the state's child labor law.
-James K. Jones. chairman of the
democratic nationaq, stF Apjatt, has Is-
sued a call for the committee to meet
h LUe .h-ortha% 'hotel 16 Wshingtban
T aq. 3ary 1s, for the purpose
ot deciding pon time sad place of
holding the democrats national eaon.

r-'Aldwerenl, .hp i .- ',nu fa, -
tursa Pr-Mla4t-runaa. of the Pern
Plow Wra, predleted that it the
eight for te closed 8hop tnunne
Swthen bi "Ol ebhed fI the United

t.r$- i*&We presideat of th e, Vi.,
45j B1ft ain '. Wratea;" A-IS
the armea a tho soath. to hold their

Co mbi. A 10 y to

Reach Pamama Overland.

/ /
Constitutional Coveintion Will be Hold
to Establish PrumaiRK WArm eof

Clomefan cruisers enera on anr
Cartagena had landed 400 men under
Generals 4 .auwta$flamni@ QOis$ 4
Cape ToburQp .,,t ajit j hof the'
Atrato river, wlrth (e object of cut-
tilg paths acrom the mountains to
enable Ah4 W fMP96f" Tfj lf e
Panama. According to these advices
there Is at Cartagena a standing army
of 10,000 men.
The state department has* been in-
formed that final steps hsVe been ta-
ken for the formation of a permanent
republican form of government in
Panama. The news came in a dis-
patch from Consul General Gudger,
dated Panama Saturday, as follows:
"Election for constitutional conven-
tion called for January 4. The convea-
,Ion meets January 20."
This action Is taken, IL Is believed,
to meet suggestions from Panamana
hero that criticisms of the new repub-
lie would be largely disarmed and the
status of the new treaty Improved It
the final ratifications would be ex-
changed by the United States.With a
nermanent and regular form of govern-
ment on the Isthmus. The territory of
Panama Is so small that, according to
'he belief here, the elections cat be
.!ompleted within a week after the
'late named-January 4. The C9gven-
Llo Is expected to follow generally the
outlines of the Cuban co ltlittion,
which is regarded as the molt tnodera
ind the complete model of such doee-
Buchanan Mlnister to Paniaa.
The president has selected W. T.
niuehanan, of New York, tO be the first
United States minister to Panamaa.
Mr. Buchanan's selection was
brought about by a desire on the part
if the president to secure temporarily.
it least, and during. the crystallliatlon
-%f the relations between the United
qittos and Pannma, the services of a
*rusted and experienced diplomatic
-enresentatlve, having special refer-
once to his knowledge of the Latin-
qervlce as minister to the Argentine
republic, fMr Buchanan fills that de-
scription, In the estimation of the
itale department.
The new minister was originally
from Ohio, and represented the state
as an agriculturist at the world's fair
qt Chicago. He was appdinted by
President Cleveland United .States
minister to Buenos Ayres. His record
qt that point wase o satlifaptory that
President Mrtinley continued him at
his post for several years after his suc-
cession tb offce.
Alleged Colombian Invasion.
The navy department has received
a cablegram from Rear Admiral Glass.
announcing that he Is' markig every
effort to run down the various reports
regfirding Cnolomtblan expeditions to the
atliumis. Ho has ordered the Mayflowa
er to the mouth of the Atrota river
to make a thorough Investigation and a
reconnolssance o that region will be
niade to definitely ascertalq as to
whether there are any Colombian
Iroops in that secLn. .,
Reyes Chosen Prelsident.
The Colombian legation at Wabling-
ton recelvel a cablegram Satar ay
night from General Di' Chatro.,' c- 0"
manner In l.ief of the Colombian ar-
my, dated Port iclhfir, Cesfa tica,
convoying thl nformutiot that thie r-
sults of the election for prMdldeat,
held throughout Colombia -on Dee5-'
ber 8. shows a complete.tttumph' for
General Reycs. i'.
When seen by a correspopdeLnt-.*
eral Reyes would make no statfiqqegt.
beyond saying that he expected t r
main in the United States for ., fort"
night longer.

Mayor Harrison, of Chloge, Entpiasbee
Some Terse Opinhfis. '
The invasion of toi' municipal) is'-
vIce at Chicago by labor intos '"a
ordered brought to a halt' y, r
Harrlson Monday. ,
"In the mechanical .brtnthqk a the
city's service, said the s rayqV, wheN
he onmploye is simply a lrUt/eMb,

t Is all right for bhiM to e-tbnjt'tb
lnion but *'hetr tid msa ImVMbi tr*4
apartment, I:he the flrmaa m police-
oen, he has no right to havre* idel
Lleglamce. He must owe silawaMeISAO
aly one msater, the oalty. l hi Ip "
illyy Provisiba lIq WI4l ,I Ipastle
Who Died HaLing tmef* p.
The will of the late Card)ial Her-
ore y asplntdea cent.ti;' ~lSW 10to
special disptlchr' fofth t lM
.tradrdlnary bhqueat'lsf $e9i OS t
vat Bpaaish gen oa-h las t41 1eibIH0 i
Maess trrrItorwit.h ledlln'"
ealtly strong to s Ia geai O
.uA n4d theMIllwplaw.. al*
.appepngB Qi i.,.rtVIItS |
a to rcm Ja, dypgs4 ,jy
pain..n. "o ., t ,z^'N w ,
B*EAUVOilEPt a )Ii

Sthe 'os
b q ...-+..


ovoing with

Iti1qk6" t,4j procd
4sbfg e vnta;ml*t sing
-i-id nevTer sings except to
C horus. it thinks It m en-
pimzwe oa a ns gIlos .

S Catarrh In thia setlon or the
a all a other dlseeAeaput together.
te .tle laut few yes was supposed to
it a local disese and preoribed
ben i by conatantly falling to
ettment, pronounced itln-
sene a proven rh to be a
ionaldisease nd therefore requires
iHonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
manufactured by F. 7. Oheney & Co.,
Oho, ltej- o pJy p tionaluol eure
s.l rketjlt AkIL, y In doss
drops tola teaspoonful. Jtt direct-
wthe bloglhrdftiiced Mfliaoe of the
o. The hr one fhdred dollars for
W talmo ta LreI rtB Jpulm
*Tolodon li Irej r1
bld 'bTD -uigl i
BaU'sForfms s ffhtheaer.

Have aaTie ofatew
weekly paper in Los Angeles, Cal., and
of which Arthur L. Mackaye and Lor-
-ing MUf 4 re the edltws,'aid pub-
llaherb.1 ThA st named, *iWo Is the as-
-distatt editor of.- the paper, is but thir-
teen .years old.

Esipeclally time Will be ae discus-
sion In tte b jgst Aae Century, by 1,r.
James M'. Buckley, of "Fanaticism in.
the Unilted States." The author -if
"Faith-heallng, Christlan Science, and
Klndred Phenomena' takes -for lits
*zt- a recent statement by a Tosmopo-
lIte- of wlde fame, that the United
SBtAN :is "a hot-bed of fanaticism."
IN. 'Ruckley's article will touch upon
the O'0elda Community, Spiritualism,
Mor.ponlam, Dowle and his teachings,
Obriltian. Science and some phases of
jabori organization. Fanaticism, ac-
aordOing to Dr.. Buckley; is one of the
trInlt6 bt dangers Ahreatening our re-

Sorgan Itobertson's latest story -it
moe ,adrenture appears in the January
VOPuTIair'lagaiine, which also contains
ad venture fiction by General C'hailas
Kinig, Wl .Uert Fboster, Seumas MacMa-
sia Iianl -Henry Harrison Lewis. The
January leeue is the largest magazine
It. tIWe. world-194. pages-and is In-
tefded'"fbr adult readers who. enjoy
st Jes' of action. .(Street & Smith.
NiW ; York. Ten cents.)
; '
Alwilee's for January opens the new
f* auasilelously. The novelette Is
"Th6 ISiege of. Sar," by Francis Pre-
vdske Other familiar names are Jus-
tui'Mllela Forman Molly Elliott Sea-
wilt, Dorothy Dlx, Joseph C. Lincoln,
AltrUd Butro, 0. Henry, Kate Jordan,
ll'iard S. -Van Zine, Eugene Wood
and James Huneker.

f S tels
S. W

cured' of twafh troi
4.-- A M 9""

-. I u O'fa,- Ideal.
u= t, died 1 bachelor. I
"t). h 0t0ulenela proving l t, ml ,. .i e.t1
felt ,M atters
i audtlatilon la giving up what ea '
can't ha7e.1 ,
lendsns are kept by sllences-not
by conldenoes. A lool CrinesS, '
I For a cemtut for mending stone jars,
The world's verdict is easier to over- For a ce eathor mending stone s n, t
rule than that of one's own conacfene, coarse earthenware, tin pians, bolersa
When jealousy sleep love is dig- iroe kettles, etc. mi thrge a g.
going her grave. ceeine, making a paste as thick aa put-.
He whom a child takes by the band ty. It will fasten 'rata tops of lamps.
lives close tood. tighten loose nu, secure bott when
nuts are missing and male Joints of
Ecstasy is happiness magniflea into i-on or wooden Implements firm.a Do
pain.-Prom Everybody's Magazine for not use the mended article until the ee-
December. I ..... _- a, u ,Ih, m.
LU~ L dr n h d .d hi m

"In some circles of ancient magnifi-
cence," said tIMe pedantic person, "It
was the custom to have a skeleton at
the feast."
"We follow that custom at our
house," answered Mr. Moekton. "We
have a turkey one meal and the skele-
ton for the next four "-Washington
Star. .

Prr Termaanentlyouregl. Nofits or nervous.
leasater first &ilAv's use of Dr. Klino's Great
tareRlestorer.t0trial battle ind trtoatlsetref:'
Dr.R.l. KLi4ts, Ltd., 93t Arch St., It,'hlt-., tt..
Of all newspapers in the. world sixty-
C alt h in every 100 are printed in the Eng-
lush language.
Mrs Wlinslow's tootIhlan-yrip or o'tlldrel
1t9etli40, soften titi>aunm, rolixee lin nll'n nt-
tlon,alliys palni, tr '\l t .ill 2 j. ti'l
There are nearly 270 dilerent, religions
in the United Kjiindoi:l.
Any one can dye'O with l'urNAM FADE-
Luas DrEs; ino experience required.
Albinos are! found ainn is all races of
niankind and a;niong inia.s nid p:ante.
riso'sCurofor Conisunmptiloni is.min inallible
medjcliio for coli..Is itin colhli.-N. WI.
SAMUaRL,. Ocean (,lov;, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Fifltysirx per cent. of those dyin. from
heart disease are over sixty yea-ra ood.

i Uent ls met an e lUaUe m .aTui-w c ay
require a week.
Pantry Shelves.
. The old fashion of covering pantry
shelves with paper bas failed into dis-
favor. In fact. the custom was ques-
tionable from a sanitary pollit of view.
any one may know who has ever
changed the paper coverings and ob-
served the amount of dirt they man-
aged to accumulate' ii a short time.
iParitry shelves should be painted with
i several coats of. white paiint. .or cov-
Scred with white oilcloth. Either plan
is good, and the shelves may be
scrubbed as often as necessary.
Smoky Chlnney.
To know the cause of a smoky chim-
ney is half its cure. In most cases it
inity be ascertained without diflleulty,
mind a very simple remedy will be.ef-
ftiacious. When the draught to slluh
gish, it niny be accelerated by Intro-
diucitig cold, air immediately In front
of the fire. Say, for example; through
a hole in the hearthstone about six or
eight inches in diameter, covered by a
ventilator and protected from cinders
mind ashes by the fender. Generally
speaking, the air from underneath the
floor will be sufti-lent; but it not,, a
y -eater supply can be obtained by con-.
strupctlng an aair drain comniunlicating
with a passage or with the external
air. The plan la.s succeeded perfectly

KNEW HER DICTIONAP.Y. In curing snioky chimneys, which pro-
"\'"as It e's'N-y proper to call it a vlously wpre unbearable uulesS the
farewell tour?" door was ajar. -
"Certalnly," answered the prima --
donna. "I never ftireot better in my starehtinh i rts and cuffs
life. asnc St. : To the shirt use Iold water or raw
The i n s starch, niade as follows: A heaped-
TJ i-ore ctr ting ofl hichar often p tablespoonful .of starch, half a ttea-
els, contra ig of coh.l. which ofte n spoonful of borax dissolved in a tiny
results ierioud.y to the Innu. Never neg- p o othl tr f dro o
lect a co'l, but take 'i time Tay.or's Cher t-- enthne, and half n pint tcola
okee ltemcdy of S veet Git pnd Muliei- turpentn, and h.alt a pint Of told a;
mnatilm'-s gcat c.;gh.! nedieie. ter. Strai- through mutlin into at
At druggists, '25c., bic. and $1.00 a bottle, clean basin, nnd keep covered until
-- wanted, lace the two fronts togeth-
Los An-lisald l C ark in the and gather them and the. collar
Sithand tightly In the hand; wet round
A i'PT TLE NIGa0H 1 them, being very careful-uot to get any
"Is he parsnt '7,u.s?" winter on the fronts or-collar. Dip the.
"Is he pal'wrslmon gim e fronts itiad coilnr Into the Starch, still
. "Well," wa a tho gumarded reply.. keeplnp them gathered ip in tbe hand.
.you might say that he carries s'a kp g the gahereup in the hand.
" y in.a .at. .a "" Tr-eat the cuffs in the same way. Next
money in a purse that shuts a good Ilay the shirt on its back on a clean ta-
deal- easier than It opens."-'--icago ble spread out the sttarched fronts, and
Post. place the cuffs flat on -them, fold the
-..-. fronts over in half. so that all starched
-- ^ .parts. are covered up. '. Dampen the
rest of the shirt, do niot-let nany water
j get on to the starched parts, roll It tip
tightly in an cloth, and leave for sonic
Hours before iroulnug.-LIidlnanpoli
W11ow lDotty ta*de Alince lnc eat.
Betty planned to make a good sup-;
ply of mince meat. It would keep
through the winter, a-mid Jack had 'it
w(aktenkss for mintue pies. Siice Betty
had. mastered pastry, she felt that
S pies. would give very little trouble.
SSo abe went vigorously to work ston-
In lg raisins, shredding citron, cleaning
Currants and 8ultann taisinis, and botl-
ing and chopping beef.
Of thIs beef she bought a lean piece.,
weighing a generous pound. Thisa he
boiled and minced, and put with It balit
a pond of ldeef-kidney suet, which she
had freed from strings and crumbled.
Two and a half pounds of tart apples
were peeled, coated and chopped, and
This, with a pound of seeded and
chopped ralsln, .a a pound of wl
cleansed currants, Itif a pounjd of Sul-
tanas, carefully picked over, a scant
half pound of finely shredded citron,
and a pound andL a quarter of brown
i^ sugar were mixed with the beef and
s uet. Then in wont the spices. A ta-
,. go*. blespoonful each of clinnamuon ia -
I ace, half -t tablespoonful each of
cloves and allspice, half a nutmeg.
grated, and a heaping teaspooPful of.
salt -were sUirred In, and last of all a
phit oft unteriented .apple Jice waas
ipttit In tO moisten the -ince 'meat.
When it came to this stage .of the. pro
"-*... ceeding, Betty discarded her wooden
.....1 spoon, -washed her barids agaln, rolled
S '..r.>,; 'her sleeves nbove her elbows. and
** plunged her plump bands into the
mixture, beating and stirring, until hbe
eminentt club woman was sure the compound was thoroug-
S ly blended. Theo 44e -Wraqd the minuce'
how she was entirely meat out of the big yellow bowl In
o b which she had jade It tta i4to a stone
ibles by the use of crock with a cover and set It ln nt cor-
S11 o ner of her cellar.-ChristUinL 'erutines
V irtable Com on nerrick, in Buccess,

"Da~ fMas. PnrwAMAK :-I heartily recommend Lydia E. Pinkhall's
Veie oCo U as as. terine Toni and Reulator. I offered fo
.i~ .- i- ap &.*r & rjme ErinT r l uhl 7T No n cbut thslbw who
n a"i f e' of t th I and

lm m. e O within three months. I was fully roster to health and
nr re ande panlqeas. s What a ia it I ,
5i tw a"Ie en s man doctors fail e 1o 1e] you
Ly410 IM. PInkham's, VegetA lplo Comoup Ia nbetoter than 4OO *
or madiolnei I ever had. Very trYl" h yonxi Ip w u J .. wal
W.Savanaisiah, Oa." 1 i t ihei
No)(. 9y in the world bs As-62 We J a tri i5 atetdie
Sm "i ion at ndI t lt; "I e tres en5 t oa
rf-of A nmeca than he a he
n .responsible for her Apoo
Lno t .it. to Mers. Pinkhbam salt
iw ~IEH. er add is Lynn, ass., and her advice is free. on t
A otutwi I twttein wonMin jhow.k what was &
a!"oileitd Ig her came by the use of Lydh i
,, ,M4PlInkhama's Vqt Iblo Compound. oli
---- .. ..DSA.3.. SjN im EKR-A 1t r t halt
help.Com p huas gIv met thni
aX; salret urn to WriYO hee y
meaurini'with wvakueem%
a broken down y quk
se ous to die thban Iv1
SaOi M my loo tourl
The uwdcwneonly two wlsk 6
,ad two O b ett-
Wo w at choe
IsoMWy S
you^-' ,s


irdine iapldwklcee-Poer belling
er over sardines to remove oil, free
m from bones and skin to four ear-
s add one hard boiled egg, pound
a paste; add the .teilder leaves of
ead of lettuce. : -redded, one table-
anful of vinegar, a saltspoonful of
4 a pinch of cayeine pepper, spread
hbin alkes of bread, and roll.
st*o Gemo-To Oe cupfaul of warn
shed potatoes udd pne tablepoonfal
butter, one tesspqou of silt. the
ks of three gg weln beatea Itd
Sa pint of mUilk por tial over one
one-halt euwptl of oior; best thie
sooiughly tbea miz in carefully the
tea.aitthe -eM'mad two teaspooeen
of beI"g: w4er0 -. greased gem
w tWod-ft and bi he it ratbW
Ak ove tweety il6a1nt .
hooelate Crea liitling-Pat three-
rthli e a top of silik In the double
er,. add' to It em teaspoon*fl of
er,. two tablsepeof1als of grated
elatsia l a p oat sear; rub

-Uf-MitSlS^&ii ,^imk*



The RraIcple jo. 0$
that like proeduqs thea good t-
Ifala atre the OffsprL 6 pi ip a"
rents, and that saalawag a to J"V6
eeseendel from scalagwag stock, o0
well-bred stock have certainlly weU
defined characteristics, ap4 theso
points are what make the good anD-
meal, It is true that these flue points
say be wantinguIn a pedigreed ani-
nmal, ".nd frequently they are found In
au animaa that has uo pedigree, but
wherever found they are the results
af ood breeding. Fred II. Rankin.
af the Illinois Station. giveC the tol-
lowing points in didcuss8ug the brood

"The strong arched back. the well
sprung rib, the full.hearth girth, the
broad shoulders, -the deep' haim, the
strong underpinfng, the strong, shape-
ly foot-these are the more
vital points to be observed In the bold.
Ing up of a good and thoroughly useful
herd of hogs. There are the points
chlefy sought .aftr .by Intelligent
farmers and breeders. -
"The brood sows should be large and
long, aid d4ep bodied, have a neat
head, be broad between, the eyes, have
medium asikled flinty bohe and large
heart girth,, which ls very essential as
(pdicating well developed vital organs
and .consequently- a- vigorous constitu-
tion. Select your sows from the pro.
geny of matured Jams that are kind
mother, good sucklers, prpliflce and
of quiet disposition. If a sow pps-
messes those qualities nnd lsa good
breeder keep her as long as youl can."
-Successtul Farming.
IpplanR Bheep -
The. day has -arrived when the sheep
man cannot consider the practice oft
dipping lightly or that it is of little
comisequience. Conditions have become
so changed that safety in the msanng-
lug .of the flock- eonslsts in dipping at
least once a year and it would be bet-
-ter to dip twice annually. There is no
longer any controversy about the good
that comes frOm dippiig. 'It iI not
-done to make the wool better Or to
cause it to grow taster or stronger.
Not this, but It Is done to keep the
sheep in gd664health nild to prevent the
increase of external parnsltes Which
tnfest andi disturb' sheep. Ticks and-
lice sometimes become so plentiful
as to endanger the lives of sheep,
-'nete Inceasos ht a wonderful rate and
are very annoying to sheep. In addl.
tion to thpse well known parasites mnny
oe nd4ed-the agab mite -hilch caused
tbe-diseaoe, known a tlo e scab. This
Is tirubletome disease nnd Is som.e
times ecry stubborn td' diefficulti te
cure. It Is better to treat this disor-
dter l its' lnciplcihcy.
For many years it has been the cis-
tom to dipitn the spring after the sbeet
have been shorn., Where sheep art
fed it has been the practice to dip
them Iz thte fall before puttlrig them
in the teed yard. This haa led to the
practice 'of dipping twice annually,
and we believe It to-be a good practice.
The cost of dipping is not so much and.
the condition of dipped sheep will well'
pay for_ the expense Of dipping. VWe
do not recommend lime aiud sulphur
as a dip for sheep.- It is detrimental
fo the "ool. We rieimmeind the n -
of pomnerclal lips' which have been
formulated for the express purpoase t
being behefcial to both the akin anil
tte fleece, na well as killing parniltel.
*.r1-Ttite Fairner.
rsi'oinat Msiem sanr.
The klnd-hearted rather who slip-
ulated thqt lier foud son should be it0
haying. season allowed to dAlly "turn
the grir-dltone ni hour to rest," la i
passed.- tropa this world's- troublous
-scenes and I now provide for her
great-grandsot .. "-
It is .much more comfortable and a
better edge can be given to an imnplo-
Inent I. one can sit on the grindstone
frame and see the edge as It begins to
in the cut, a I,. n seaat, the upright
board enabling one to get very near.
to his work without. becoming Wet.
'The height of the frame should be suft
flcitet for the tallest person. The foot
treadle can be adjusted to suit a short -
person by changing --the bolt on ilfg
and pit.pln rod. A strip of bent Iron
will keep the treadle in position.
'An old lead keg, with a faucet, hung

over the stone, will regulate the water
auuply better than a trough pitred
under the stone. tiltidatneds, too, be.
come soft and unevef -by itaSdfn its
water. The guVa of dirt a4ba tla to a
atone can be reptoo e4 ptim a
soft brick or phlamig t oe in O the
wet stono. A teB4s leibMeM should
be suspended by a w"e 4 as to pro-
vent.-the operator's pats dad shoes
from becoming wet If tbe grglimmOMe
has become smaU, rail it by ,$tU
a piece tjolat hbetwqe the frme and
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Pe-ru-na Drug Co., Columzbus, Ohio:
Gentlemen: "I can cheerfully say th&t Mrs. Soo
has- n Pe-ru-na and I bilUove with good effect

W .---Washington, D. 0. .'"

ADMIRAL, SCHLEY, one of the ifi-,.
most notable heroes of the Nineteenth
Century. A name that starts terror in the lica t
of every Spaniard. A man of steady nerve,clear
head, undaunted courage and prompt decision.
Approached by a friend recently, his opin-
ion was asked as to the efficacy of Peruna,
the national catarrh remedy.. Without the
slightest hesitation he gave this' remedy his-
endorsement. It appeared on -later conver-.
sation that Peruna has been used in his fam-
ily, where it is a favorite remnvdy.
Such endorsements serve to indicate the-
wonderful hold that Peruna has upon the
minds.of the American people it is out of
the question that so great and famous a mant
as'Admiral Schley could h ave any other rea-
son for giving his endorsement .to eru'tlna
than his positive conviction that the remedy
is all that he says it is..
The fact is that Peruna has overcome all op-

position and has wone its way to the hearts Of
tl-: people. The natural timidity which l
ti.,t people have felt about giving end0oW-
iti'i-i to .mty remedy is giving way. Qrati.
tI1c .tmtil ,t desire to help others has inspi
l hots.units o ]f people to give public testimomnals
for Petiun.t whlo heretofore would not have
consented i sutcli publicity, -re- .
Nover before in the annals of medici.Tghaq
hi happened that so many men of natipPl
,.no4 i.jt,4rnational reputation have l ten will-
ing to give unqualified and puhlin cndOte--
mppnta to a proprietary reinedy. No amount
pAidiVeottdsing could have accomplished such
a %rqpleM. Peruna has won onf its iwn merits.
Peruna" Cres catarrh of whatever ph ise or
location iip the human hody. That is why it
receives so..miany notable and unique endorse'-
. ents. -
Address The Peruna Drug M I'g Co., Co-
lutmbus, Ohio, for free literature on catarrh.

Ask Yor Druggist for free Pe-runa Alinra forl

Money Invested In Printing.
The average cdpital of thoso engag-
ed in the printing business is $12.574;
the average value of their products Is
$14,569. .These figures compared with
those of a previous decade show lthat
In a period of ten years. ni Ltncreaso'd
capttial is required to produce ih
same or even a smaller valui of pro.
duots; this is largely caused by aa
iicreasoe .I wages and a-decrease In
working hours. In 1880 a compositor!
In New York received $..9 per week;
ordinary Job compositors now receive
$19.60 per week, and operators on-
machines from $24 to 127, depending
on the time of day or night they take
thelr shift. In the opinion of many.
large operators, the number of wage
earners baa actually increased, rather
than diminished, The Introduction of
machine composition has been of de'
oided benefit to the employee, offering
a new field for endeavor. There are
few unemplOyed men .in the printing
trade, as Isa shown by .the' fact thnt.
when In 1900 the Typographical Union
was called upon to supply 160 men for
a special job of city printing, only 100
could be obtained, and these with dtf-
ficulty.-From .Scientific Anmerloan's
Special Number on "Modern Aids to

New Tourist Sleeping Car Line to
S Oalifornia.
Commencing December 9th, the
Frisco System will Inaugurate through
Pullman tourist sleeping car service
between Birmingham, Ala., and San
'Prancico, California. Cars will leave
Birmingham at 10:20 p. m. every Wed.
neiday, and will be routed via the
Irisco Bystem to Kansas City, Rock
Island System to Pueblo,. Denver and.
Rio Grande and. Rio Orande Western
to Ogden and SBouthorn Pacific to San
Requests for reservations should be
addressed to W. T. SAUNDERS, Gen--
eral Agent Plassenger Department, tor-
nor Pryor and Decatulr Sts,, Atlanta.

-Butnoes a'Temperance Reformer.
All the railroadi that center in Chi-
cago have prohibited the use of liquor
or tobacco by employees when on duty.
Practically all the Important railroads
now concur in this prohibition. The
Western Electric Company and numnor.
OUa other great business concerns Inl
the. west forbid not only the use. of
liquor,, but of cigarettes and the habit,
now grown to an almost Incredible
extent among all elasSes of those com
munity, of "playing the races." Bustl
posiB reasons thus make necessary the
control or. avoidance of habits agaliat
which moral lreas s are -too often
helpleaa.-*Prom "With thbo Proco-
lion," In the Decemlb6er Ev*rybody's.

"I wisbt I knowed whether there
ws Many sequel to that prodigal son
story," teld palmer Coratoeoel aS he
)lok t arough The open door at the
young ma4n who- wa awlinging in a
hanmtiock, moklAig a cigarette.
"What 'do yoil meosl" asked hia
wife. .
"I'q kind o' like to know whether
the origlasl prodl al son settled down
an' went to work steady or whether.he
got latw the habit o' making' them trips
-once or twice a year."-Washlngtqa
MI r,~tJ l~ II1I

"I long to go about doing soode"
said Mrs. Irenpc. pc.
"Don't hang back on my aceotint."
replied Mr. Henpeck wearfly. "I kedw
a woman who will come to take oeal
of the children for her board and
Then shn flared up and wouldn't
go.-Ch-lcago nReord-Herald.

Th sJ who irihTm.a to r t te finl4i ltb&4
who Ifor witl K t~ney, Liver. Hearl. ljid4
or Jtil I atj iuse. a anipl ,ltgMs .otuw at
01-n Si i Huclhi. tin reatl meOierm Kidney n l
lAer N odloen. will be minst SabnlIttef, ree 6
cost. ( enti tli tiln ,aier. Addiress TUATII
DJUG Al'i'U CO., l2t Wall it.. Atlanta. (la.

CURES; wa e

Soldahotr end la utal e a l lob
tB. 'too. an d 6 l9 o t 9el 6LM11t.

The flavor oTTODACCO may be in-
jured by tlie use of stable and rank
organic manures.

in the form of ailiphatl prodacee an
Improved flavor anni good yield.
7"abaco mist have JotR*A.
if t litll b',. s*fliacco Culhure," con-
alsun mrch valuable InIt ln imo. tiand fsr
o bacc growt r tn in tain a copym Ira of
charge by- wl| or It.
sW Verk- SName lUrMel.a

tlta DFresh PcidOrahed s

shp u .. your e ox.os.
*t niml fromi now SeaUl fln wlth rirdr
WANTiD--10W. Von nr-ied Cat nSb
dlly. !(rytpo& 0 i9011= ll liad .
Furs, Miteo1n nlnu9 a1,d 'AlltAur Hide1
.4hlp un ooutr 1n4.
W. B. rtAKINSON CGO,, 3lU~liRA

4.000,000 PEACH TREES
Jun Bue d.r aJ'peI.ola y,

A Boston pnl Ian's dis-
covery which lin~ Aetk i
heals all inflammation pF the stcl9
meuibrane wherever located.
in local treatment of flemule Mr P1,1B
tine Is Inviipable. Use&d aa a dadouci
is a revelation in cleansing and healing
power it kills all disease germs wblch
cause Inflammation and dlichargirt '
T. uneasp f letters trorpwoe"
prove thlt tI is the jreatMt cure lee
reun0hmlB oever discovered.
asxtine never falls to cure pelvip
catarrn, hnaal catarrh, more throat, sore
mouth and more eyes because thft
disease are all. caksoed by Inflaminmaipt
of tilie, ticdoea tiemrorle.
lortleanaling whiten l4lliDp
meorvlig the teeth we challenge al
world to pliodlee its equal.
1Phyuiclasa and'4?peclls Ita evarywUdre
precvdbe ani entld6rao Paxtlne, andt thqu-
sandieof ertlMlMtal let tets prove ltsvalue.
At druggsts, or sent postpald o0 at..
A,iable tril p,ole ani beolka
ItsrueUono abiolutly free. WrItu
heI.PeateaoGo.. M La BoetaNa MA W
Iipa nsaTabuillos
the beat dyipepasl
medicine ever made.
A hundred millions
oQ f them have Usee
sold in the Uamlai
gates in *a. jl1
year. Every tlimlAB
arlsltag from a disordered stomach 'Is
telleted or cured by their ase. SO
oommob is it that diseases orlgliast
from the stomach it may be safely ap*
sorted there la no condition of M
health thit will not be benefited or
cured by the orccsfonal use of Rlfana
Tabulef. Phyr canus Iknow thetal A id
speak highly of them. All drUigglit
sell them. The five-cant paekag toI
enough for an ordinary occasion, ail
the Family BottUq, slxty cents, contaisi
a household supply for a year. .Q1
generally g ves relief within tweIt*1

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Begin to get your holiday pres-
ents ready. If you have a friend
la a distant state who once lived in
Alachun county, such an one would
appreciatee a year's subscription to
tme Twicx-A-Wgui STAR as a hol-
iday present. Try it.

We have noticed but one reason
given in favor of a late primary
that carries with it any weight at
all. The advocates of a late pri
mary say it ought to be late so ti:e
State's delegation now in Washing-
tonl can have time to come home

and canvass the State before the
,,-'A. Democratic platform of but primary is held. There seems to itx
'em .i()td-'conservatism,' and a soine reason Jn that argument, thn"
Dei ocratic candidate who can con- is. if the gentlemen now in Wash-
sistetly stand upon it," says the ington think it necessary for them
Atlanta Constitution, "will sweep to do any canvassing, but the pa
the coulwfy next fall. The people pers supportiig the late prinlimr
S-hes hd a surfeit of radical prop- move ate about the ones declari-gK
udi as and jingoism." that the present delegation iii

Some fellow has written an edi- Washington have comparatively ni
tor asking if there is money in opposition. Po why should they
goats. If he will place his bank canvass the State, anyway?
roll within reach of a goat he will And then, the very papers now
soon know by experience whethe- so earnestly opposing an early pri
there is money in goats. Anyway ar are those which have bee
they are the greatest butter animals y are those w have ee
in the world. -Tampa Tribune. saying the campaign started asm
Yes, even male goats are some- early-they didn't want business
times great 'butter" animals. disturbed by politics for a longer
time than was absolutely necessary
The Post case was postponed on --o why are they now wanting to
account of the illness of Mr. Post. prolong the struggle?
1t seems that the old lady Post In this matter the STAR would
wasn't get the old gentleman's mind like to see a majority of the people
centered on her, else why should he pleased-not a majority of the canl-
be sick? If by thinking of her, and didates-and a large majority, of
saying "'1 am not sick" will keep those with whom we have talked
Others well why will It not have the are in favor of an early primary-
same effect on her husband? they want the wrangling brought
to a close.
"Indiana seems to be having a
wave of temperance reform," says BOOKBRBS BAD BREAK.
the Vienna (Ga.) News. "During "Booker Washington generally
the past year, so it is announced ct1 fines his public utterances to
800 saloons have been put out of matters pertaining to toe material
business and about 850 townships and industrial uplifting of his peo-
have no saloons, and the temper-. ple and to advertising of his school
once element declares that the work at Tuskeege, paying no attention,
of closing saloons will go right on. or very little, to the political condi-
This kiad of a spirit m:ght begin tions of the negro," says the Tam-
in Georgia with equally as good re- pa Times. "But in a speech in
sults." New York he admitted that he had
---- head that in some parts of the
When Editor Walpole couldn't country there was talk about col-
have things his way it Florida, he oredl people killing their votes.
wiped the dust of the State off bhis Booker'a hearing must be slightly
feet and went to Alabama, but he defective or this report might have
keep. his guns trained on certain reached him a long time ago. But
-Plorida men and measure. If now that he is cognizant of the
wme Florida official should an. matter he is quick to throw out a
ouncee his determination to give big chunk of advice about. how to
up his job, we shouldn't be sur- deal with the scandal. He tells
to hear of Fraik's return to the negroes to treat all such offers
a, a did our friend Clark of as Inaulta to their manhood -
0"a "Booker is a wide awake and
lively profonter of education In the
%br Abtamon, a member of interest of the Tuskegee Institute,
Sthe Natidatlt pItcau Committee and it is hardly conceivable that he
W North Catollh, left the ban- is so far off in his understanding of
het hall when Boss iHaf a tried to the attitude of his brethren toward
l Ro-sevelt by basietghgi a the suffrage as to throw out *u$ch
pHegro with white 'ftabli- twaddle as that. He must know
arblugton Saturday slhbt, -t well as apy black and tan 4politj-
4d Hanna can force i .* an In Alabama that. if the negro
ifll the South. but thi to I' adopt his advice and di4.-
or whites to stoop b1bey in the dignifed
I quality, .and a.ds, It w01d4soots
n a... ,f' .the

pelled, in future, to tile petitiomis
signed by a majority of the voters
in the election precinct in which
they seek to conduct a saloon, as
was the mntthod before the ilew act
was passed.

Would it not be well for tlhe
S.melt t1o send some inissionaries to
New York S.ite? Read the fol,
.wmiig fr.nn the New York Herial:
FI1,iiggi1-. ni imbecile wom1:11;ii
burviuig the ,lead i a lot where
hogs rootedl; the i';.':tilhi f a W Ini
ill who wais take imto a c,.-ll:ir :iit(l
,mnltreated b) set'vr, i mwe; ctiffiii.'
and beatiilg the tifirm; f v I aig
putrid meat to the imn1 ilis -tle.s-
:.rc only some of the nillag-Ad lo
iiis now behig inquired into by the
Ulster County Board of Supervi-
oits, in an investigation thit is
watched by the Stale Board of

When a dairyman milks by elec-
tricity the cow should be excused
if she kicks like thunder and light.
ning.-Tampa Times.

It is now cropping out that only
the linotypers and proofrea ders read
the President's message entire. -
Jacksonville Metropolis.

There is a whole lot of things the
President wants, but the people are
going to give him something that
he does not want at the next elec
tion-defeat.-Tampa Tribune.

Hearst has established a new pa-
per at Los Angeles and 20,000
uniou men from all sections of the
state marched in procession to cel-
ebrate its birth.-Ocala Banner.

Congressman Lamnar has surpris-
ed some people, but the matter in
which hb more than held his own
during the Judge Swayne discus-
sion in Congress was no surprise to
those who knew him.-Capital.

The British Admiralty has de-
cided to increase the salaries of re-
tired officer. Perhaps if they in-
creased the salaries of high privates
in the rear ranks they might get
better men in the navy.-Capital.

A wealthy man in London has
given the University of the City of
'London $500.000, but wants his
-name kept secret. It's different
here; a gift of half the amount re-
quira 886-point head lines and-
the prico of oil goes up.-Miami

The two -fae blowers who were
detected n captured in Mobile
last week by Heftnrille police of-
Beers, after ouiitf In S.vannah.

paw to enter. The monkey pies the
tempting nut from his tree. He hops
down., looks it over, sees the hole and
smells the banana inside. He is fond
of bananas. Putting his paw in, he
grasps It, but the wood prevents It from
coming out. Then the catchers appear,
and the monkey runs for a tree. But
he cannot climb because of the cocoa-
nut on his paw, and he will not let go
of that, so ho Is captured, pawing wild.
ly at the tree trunk.
Bsol of t he OcesO.
Most men seem to be as ignorant
about the size of the sea as they are of
the distance between the heavenly
planets. Invention gives a New inter-
esUng facts: The Pacific covers 68000..
000 miles, the Atlantic 80,000,000 and
the Indian, Arctic and Antarctic oceans
42,000,000. To stow away the contents
of thie l'aelflc it would be necessary to
fill a tank n mile long, a mile wide and
a mile deep every day for 440 years.
Put In figures, the Pacific holds In
weight 948,@X),000,000.000,000,000 tons.
The Atlantle averages a depth of not
quite three inlle. Its water weighs
825,000,000,000,000,000 tons, and a tank
to contain It would have each of Its
sldea 41 t) iles long nud deep.

Murderinga sbakeneare.
"I never hesitate to cut and slash
and change any play until It suits me,"
said Stuart Robson to his legal ad-
viser on one occasion.
"I suppose you edit Shakespearewith
a blue pencil?" replied the lawyer.
"You can Just bet I do."
"Then, I Imagine, you would plead
guilty to an Indictment for murdering
the Bard of Avon."
"No: I would not, but I would admit
dissecting his corpse."

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iT:#I3W Wl TwTO 'Ymuk Star, The porid Crescent speaks spot In it and to warn the illustri- t' ee.n f the a little wnt stareeets e
D. g. .ODWIN, about pecession, Panama and ous colored educator that a few noteworthy, to 12tat erne
editorr and Proprietor. Teddy, as follows: "In the early more. like break. so shocking to brrs mad a co"ears bywhich tlasey
sixties some of the States, feeling the sensibilities gf the negro voters agreed that even a war btrwoeen them
Iantered April 28, 1903, at Gainesville, that they had been unjustly treated, will uoon detract materially from should not destroy their agreement,
3"0., as second-class matter,.der Act of sought to seceed from the Union on the influene he excrts over the eat no war between them ahould be
'ongrm of March 1879. te e entered ou without a prmvloup attempt
of Marc the ground that each was a imee and people of his race at conciliation and that within four-
blhed every Tuesday and Friday, independent Slate, and had, right teen days of the end of any feud all
at $1.0bl0 ahead every Tuesday and today. fffromdepedent State, and i t eJU WALL'S OPINION territory conquered and spoil of war
t a yar advance t o go off fro he t The anti-loon element in Flor- mnat be returned to their owners. Cit-
2o Cents for Six Months, lsh an independent 'goveritent of Ida would be rejoiced to see a re- lUC wh term deserve olive n hisree tory.

great war, th* lastit the world turn to tihe petition plan of securing Basel, Schaffhausen and Appenaell a
ADV2RTISINGO RATHS. .II' licenses to sell whiskey in this few years later were wlae and far-
Local Readiters tin brevere type. 5 cents as kow, and the States iUnder that plan which ghted enugh to agree to sit still
thainerecoertin.tha 4o t Stle. Under that plano which and seek conciliation" In o ag e tofditffer
a line for each insertion, ce t sou exwas i vogue until a few years ago ee between them. Just over 000
Space for dpplayavertemenpric e ht hey deemforced, with an applicant for a permit to sell years ago the Swlss confederation was
on application diae right, were forced, with eird to secure te founded by the three tiny mountain
epleted bfortunes and ruined homes liquors was required to secure the stats Uri, schwys and Ntdwalden,
It is said that Senator Tiliman is to turnn to the union, and become signatures of a majority o th t which, remaining small and unlmpor-
getting his pitchfork re"dyfor' si more a part of it. During registered voters in tile precinct tohtant themselves have by theeforce of
getting his pitchfork ready for one more a part of it. During the Ideh of union drawn to themselves
President Roosevelt again, those years of war, carried on by a petition, asking the county com- from time to time larger states and
Sihe Republian ad ninist ration, missioners to isstie a license, and powerful citles till today the Swiss na-
xchange plse copy decri- the Re ub was neer s m straon we are sure the day has come when tion can In proportion to its size and
tion of *. ther countywas murdereever s me a a population, boast of a prouder history
tion of co ty derer hi r by or from them that there t ew who and greater benefits to mankind than
which appear eewhere n today a dow of rihor justice ke anypretense to respectability any other nation int Europe.
:SA." in the privilege of secession. They will sign whiskey petition. Med.ta wet,.

"It is a great pity," truthfully claimed that secession was not a The following, from the Tampa One of the old governors of the Caro-
remarks gthe T es Union, "that right save when might made it n Morning Tribune, is encouraging Unas was a man who had lived a farm-
remarke the Time-Union, "that righ save wheb oiwas made it so.
the meaning of Christmas should o but Republicans, ever antagonizing to the temperance people, and i elected, aud is wtfe, timhavng newr
ofte eobscured by the manner in their own established policies, have, the Supreme Court concuse with een a steamboat or a railroad and
wfhh it is celebrated." by the through their president, and the Jdge Wall i his opinion, the liq. having no wilb to test either one, re-
whhior business will get a "black eye:" Cused to accompany her husband to the
president of the nation, recognized capital.
The people of Jacksonville are an uhent of the nation, recognized In issuing a peremptory writ to When the governor reached his deati-
Speople o Jacksonville are and upheld secesion. compel the County Commissioners nation be found that almost all the
Unwilling to give up J. M. Barra as "The Republican party wanted to grant a liquor license to B. H other omclals were accompanied by
ft attorney-they know hlisplace canal privileges in Columbia, and Davidsun, Judge Wall holds that their wives, and he seut an Imperative
i0Ul be hard to fill-bnt they will Teddy, the great rough rider states- the statute giving the County Coin- message to his brother to "fetch Me-
hlve to give him up, for he is go- man and past grand master of all missioners authority to issue stuct lhda alo, g."
g permits or refuse them is picoinsti- The brother telegraphed, "'She's
l$a to Congres. inconsistencie, through his office, tutional. afraid even to look at the engine." .
"-I us to takeher has reverted the party's policies Judge Wall bases his opinion on The governor read the message and
ttin m that of the United andprinciples of forty years ago the ground that the statute attempts poudered over tt for a few moments.
tthon trom th at t o the and has not only cpdorsed secession, to invest the County Commission following cotumnnd:
States she would better go slow, but has aided and abetted and is ers with quasi-judicial powers. "Bill, you blindfold Mellida and back
d e careful She should not ad the The case came tp again in Cir her on to the train."
take the elaeio of her official out aiding and abetting it, eod the cuit Cot rt yesterday morning, and Melinda arrived at the capital with
-ohfa headMs of te peole grey-haired veterans of the South judge Wall granted a supersedeas the victorious Hill twenty-four hours
are mailing at the inconsistencies of- in the matter, which has the effect later.
DowIe is reported as having de- Republicanism, and congratulating of staying further action until the ain, s Msokers.
Cded to hereafter exclude newspa- themselves that after all thee years Supreme Court renders a decision The ringtall monkey, one of the most
sthe party's leader has-upheld Pan- on the appeal taken by the county, valuable and expensive of the smaller
reporters from his meetings. p lp an- Davidson must therefore wait 1ii1- animals, isa caught in an Interesting
SDo he feel that "he came not to ama for doing the self same thing til the Supreme Court acts before way. A cocoanut isa split in two and a
call the righteous, but sinners to re. they wanted to do and were not al- he can receive the permit. banana with a piece of wood running.
ptance, 'and that reporter are wed to do." If, as Judge' Wall holds, the act through It placed lengthwise through
n an d that oters? isu onstiltioal, applicants for the nut, the two halves or which are
ot EARLYPRIMAY liquor permits will b co drawn together by wires. Then a hole
o nr BALY IMARY liqor.i-.2 .a- Is cut large enough for the mnonkevy's

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Impovwd Sorv. VU .A. C.: L., 1
Tss Atlatic Coast Line lhas ilangurat:-
ed P alls aleepng car lines betw een ALlh
Jacksvil=e and Pu Cta Goda ami Jack-
sOnville and St. Petersbu rg, offering cou-
fortabile travel b tween Jacksonville and
the points referred to.
This give first class service between
Jacksonvill amud eninsular Florida. St
Petersburg sleeper leaves ]a aksonville at
9:40 m., ruining via Palatka, Ocala,
Petrburg and Trithy, atriving at St.
Petersburg 10:40t a in. North bound,
this car leaves St. l'etersburg 01:00 p. ., Gain
arriving at Jacksonville 7:30 a. u. Punta Gals(H
Gorda sleeper leaves Jacksonville 9:40 p
mn. running via Sanlord, Kiasiunmee amid
Lakeland, arr.ving at I 'nt a Corda 12:10
the following dav. North bound, this
car leaves Punta Gorda at 4:o5 P I ar-
riving atjac'tsoniville at 7-30 a. hi
Parlor car service lias also been inlahig-
mirated between Jacksonville and St
I'etersburg, leaving Jacksonville 10.00) a.
in., arriving at St. Peters.urg at Ill .:3 p
in. liuotlh hounl, this car leive. Slt.
letersl rg Ht 6 25 a tit., airriving at Jack -
sonville at 6:55 p. umt.
The advantage of this service will lie
rea.lily seen. All the cars referred to are
all supplied with utiffet service.
Ad placeil in effect Iv the ( oast l.iile ,ilth
clianue of schedule at an early date

SI. M. RILES, Manager,

sville, Florida.

We are now ready to furnish build-
ing material' for anything in the
iumt er line such as framing, sid-
ing, flooring, ceiling and mould-
ing Our machinery is all new
and up to date and we guarantee
first-class work. Address


:EL.A. Bm yA D

Schedule effective June 28, 1903.

37 I 3' I 55 SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 I 34 I 66
9 35a 8 up .3 up Lv Jacksonville .Ar to 506 7 1Sa 5 oop
,)is .5 8 55 3 401) laldwin .. .. 10 ia2 6 30a 4 20
3 46 i1 451) 5 03P . Waldo .. 8 a 4 041 2 5u
12 20) 5 36p Ar GAINESVILL. E. 7 53a
5 36p I.v Ar 7 53a ......
7 55p Ar Cedar Key l.v 5 15a ...
S 26p . Silver Springs . la 52
S 5 p 2 :a . ala . I 55a 12 4lp
2 55P 2 13a . Wilwood . 1 aa 1 56p
5 lup 7 20oa ... Orlando ..... 7 op 8 5
4 p 4 8a . Dade City 10 p o10 37a
5 P 5 39 . Plant City ..... 9 23p 9 45a
7 p I aua . Palmetto . 4 45 7 42
7 28p 1I1I 46a . Manatee . 3 Sop 7 27a
7 45 12 3p . Sarasota . ooa oup
6 op 6 4a Ar . Tapa . Lv oop 8 50

l.v Jacksonville
fAr Pernandina
Ar Btrunswick .
Ar Savannah .
Ar Fairfax .
Ar Denmark .

.-- -- Ar New York .
Under and by virtue of a decree of tore- Connections for
closure made and rendered on thie 12th days, from tGainesvi
(lay of November, 1903, by the Hon. R. Train No. 34. S
Mi. Call, acting Judge of tite Circuit Tampa, Jacksonvilli
Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, day coaches lietween
in and for Alaciua county, in a certain car service from Jac
chancery cause therein pending wherein No. 66, .-eaboar
H. P Dutton, .ohni G. Nichols and W. Jacksonville and W
G. Robinson, partners and bankers trad- sonville and New Y
inig and doing business in Alachua county, No. 55 connects
Florida, under the firm name and style mediate points, and
of H. F. Duttoti & Company are coin- Nos. 56 and 57,
plainants, nnd IHill Printing Comipany, a Steamlers for Key
corporation, existing under and b% vitiue Thursdlays, i O p. in
of the laws of the State of I lotida, ilth A 0. MACr)ON
its principal office and place of business E. C COlll, 'I icke
in Gainesville, Alaabua county. Florida,
and W. R. 'I hoinas are defendants, I, as
Special Master will sell at public outcry,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
before the trout door, on* \Vest Main ai
Street, of the building ini wlklih the per- | e|
sonal property hereinafter described is G i
located, in Gainesville, Alachua county,
Florida, on lMoniday time 4thli (lay of Jan. 1
uary, A. D. i9o4, between ihe legal hours
of sale, the following described personal
property situated ih Gainesville, Alachua No 6. No. 4.
county, Florida, and being in the three Daily
story brick linikling known as the lintk-. s cept Daily.
night building opposite amd due uest of Sunday.
the old City Hotel, on West Main Street,
occupied by the tHill Printing Comipany,
to-wit : The entire printing outfit of the I.V P. M. LV P. M.
iill I'rinting Conapany, inclhilamg print- i s ..
ing plant entire, consisting of presses of t 1,)
every description and kind, type, type -.
machines, type furniture and press furn a i
iture and all other furnitureof every kind 8 )
and character including ofTice fornituire A 8
a 45
and fixtures amnd one nuinler fiv-e(5) iab- 8 50
cock Optinius two revolution cylinder 8 .a
press-except one Mergcnthaler Lino- 90
type Machine, one writing desk, one roll 44 Ar
top desk and the stock of stationary con. to i0 Lv IN Lv
sisting of envelope, blotting paper, tag I s o 0
boards, paper and cards, i s o 7
Together with all and singular the ap- 18 40 7 16 Ar
purtenances to the same belonging or in ...... 7 1
ay wise appertaining Said property so
will be sold to satisfy said decree aid
costs. Terms cash. "it* i j
Special Master. Ar P. M. Ar A. M.
In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial
Circuit, Alachlua county, Florida. In
Susan M. teatty
vs. n Bill for Divorce.
James S. Beatty,
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above stated cause
that James S. Bleatty. the defendant
therein named, is a resident of the TA KE
State of Florida, that he has been absent
from his placeof residence for more than
sixty days preceding this order of publi- FOR
cation and is concealing himself so that
service cannot be made upon him, and is or
over the age of twenty-one years; it is D
therefore ordered that said residents I I
defendant be and he is hereby required I Jac
to appear to the bill of complaint filed in
said cause on or before Monday, the 4th
day of January. A. D. 1904, otherwise'
the allegations of said bill will be taken
as confessed by said defendant.
It Is further ordered that this order be
published once a week for four consecu- Rapid I
tive weeks in the Gainesville Star, a
newspaper published in said county and Til
State. This December i, 1903. A true
copy of original. Depart For
H. C. DrNTo~T Clerk. (SALI.]
Per S. H. W'EINGIS, D. C. 3:40 p m
H. C. UDNTON, Dairy I
Clerk Circuit Court. 12:5 m
By S. H. WRINGaFS, Daily
H. G. MASON, Deputy Clerk, 2 us
Solicitor for Complainant. Daly



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to o5a 9 oop
12 op 10o 35p
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3 09p I 44a
3 57p a 2oa
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Ar Lake City .
Ar Live Oak .
Ar Madison .
Ar Monticello .
Ar Tallahassee
Ar Ouiincv

3 4op
7 55P
9 lop
9 4oP

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12 u4p
12 58p
3 15P
3 asP

Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, ',9.
Dr. S. IB. Gidding,
Drear Sir: -Will you kindly iiiformi me
bj return mail if yon can sent your 501c.
bottle of Hair (.rower the U'iiparallelUid
(Trade Mark) and if so I will ind il on
a postal note for time .mie. Please ilf<.runi
nie the amount of poslage if J can bLe
~ ,lren iii FloriIda thie winter of 1'97
and '98 I used five botLles of the
five cent size and produced ia nice growth
of hair where it hal been entiirely hall
for Ilfteen ye.arg, andi now I would like to
try it ouce more if I cian get it.
Your Iruly,
59 Licks St. J. W. i' AVNI S.
State of Floridl,
County of Alachua,
City of Gainesville.
P'cr.sonally appeared before lthe sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, in and for the
State of Florida, at large, S. B. Giddlings,
who being duly swori) by me deposes andl
says that the above testimonial was sent
to him by mail by J. W. Ilaynes, a man
whom le 'had never seen or lienrd of,
also that he had no knowledge ol the
man ever having used or procured the
Un aralleled lair Grower. and as far as
lie nows no one had influenced him to
send it, and that the maii has never re-
ceived an3 tling for siendilig it.
wSworn to a1nT subscribed before ine this
12th day of Novemlber, A. D 1902.
S B. GtmuniNCs, M I).
J. M. Rivi rs,
Notary Public for the State of Flarida
at large.

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HILL Agent

The Atlantic Coast Line




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ame Table in Effect November 29, 1908.

High Springs and aIter.
mediate Points

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Ar Hamlet .
Ar t ilmington ,
Ar Southern I 'iHes
Ar Raleigh .
Ar I'ortsmnouth .
.\1 r Richlnod, Vat.
Ar ashington .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar Philadelphia

. j 3 4 4 p17'
. 7 4P 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 o5p
. 9 55P o3a Ar P41bacola ...... 1 50op
. .1, o5p Ar Mobile . . 2 55a
I ii 8p 9 36a Ar New Orleans . . 7 253a
I. 53P 30 45a Lv-Jacksonville . 8 lop
S. 8 ooa 5 35P Ar Macon . . 3 40
6 35a 3 l2P Atlanta . . ... 7 508
0o ioa 8 3o Chattai.ooga . .2 05
11 254a I 25p Nashville. . . 9 2op
36p 2 5oa St Louis . . .. 7 30a
4 i5p 6 3oa Chicago . . .- s
rPalmetto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur.
seaboard Express, drawing room Pullmn sleepers between
e and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
m Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
rd Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
ashington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack.
z at Stark for laCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wsaanee and Inter-
at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Pullman sleeper between New.Orleans and Jacksonville.
West and Havana. -- Leave Port Tampsa undays. Tuesday and
9'ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
t Agent, Gainesville.

5ville & Gulf R'w'y Co
r me Table n Effect July 5, 190 .

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