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:
February 12, 1904
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Wiqter Bible Conference Increases
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Hadley of New_ York Here-
The Weather Unfavorable
--reat Lecture,
Tuesday was a day full of intereC.t at
the Bible conference, and large anuilience-i
attended the services.
At thee first service. at 9.3 I n. I r.
J. R C Brown delivered the eiglth of
his series of lectures on the Book of
Leviticus, and spoke Inteiestingly on
"The Cleansing of the Leper, This
lecture was considered by many the ablest
and meet interesting yet delivered by Dr.
At 1:45 a. m. Dr. Gwil) pl lectured ont
the Book of Esther, and those who have
hetd Dr. Gwilym, and have read the
interstling Book of Esther, need not be
told that the lecture was an able and,
beautiful one.
In the afternoon, at 2:30, Mrs Howardl
Taylor, that noble Christian missionary ,
whom to love, one has only to hear de-
livered another lecture that coansed Imanyy
who heard it to resolve to do more for
foreign minsons in the future thLnm they
have ever done in the past. Mrs. ray-
lor, while yet comparatively young, has
spent sixtee years of her life in the ser-
vice of her Iori-d in Central Cllfna; andl
tq those who really will lto hear the
truth about the condition mvnong the unfortunate nuilliot'i in Chills,
who know not of their Creator She is
exceptionally interesting nmld helpitl.
At the evening service, Dr I.eii. (.
Uroughton, a fanions Baptist tlivilt- from
Atlanta, Oa., was thb speaker ThI au-
dience was large and attentive, anil Dr.
Broughton spoke about "The ('liturcl
Without Power." He declumrrrll thlt .i
church could oe run in a poor way, ho.-
ever, without the power of ite ill l
Ghost, but a church so rtn., wi.iitl nIl,.
and could hot, be'a soul saving mnls tl,'
tion. ]e believes that pIowvr i- I5
pepwesry to the successful rilluing ou l .
church as it is to the succes-inil
running of a street car. 't'le ch-mrtl
needs the power of the Holy Gtho'-
and the car the power of electricitv.
Dr. Brougbton paid his respects to clrl
parties, wine suppers, church fairs, etc.,
in a way that left no doubt isn tLe tmiids
of h hek res qtpout his opposition to
qqch things among church mieinlier-.
After Dr Broughton had finished, I r.
Qwilym of New York, who hld mllade
many friends among our people ilurimng
his several days' atay at the coilerence,
made a few farewell remarks, stating that
he was glad that he came here, sorry that
he must go away ear ly the next umoriling,
but said his good friend, Dr. Strouse,
had invited him to come back next wiin-
ter, and he expected to do so. He spoke
qf hq kivndqae shown him while here,
and smend deeply moved when he spoke
about leaving. After the benediction
many ladies and gentlemen-old and
young-gathered around Dr. Owilym,
shook his hand and bade him aln aec-
tlonate Iood-iyc,
5 tNafalV's agsBsO,N..
liASt for the rain in the afternoon and
evening the day would probably have
been the bqet since the conference began.
The aweeBtpiritd little messenger from
God, Mrs. Howard Taylor. presented the
subject of missions in a way that could
not fail tobea fruit. At 10:45 Rev. D.
B. Stroue, father of Dr. C. B. Strduse,
and a cesecrntsd evangelist of Virginia,
delivered eo"he and earnest sermon on
"Love." r.birase declared that love
is the greatest power of humpas nature.
_e egit 1 at 'tilvery man and
wom ia te orld today is following
the trilud flf rker aflsetfons. Every
one does h.ii e Or she -loves to do.
Love th faulAtagof the law."- Mr.
Strouse spoke tilmtifullly and earnestly
for aboat at Is ht sa his talk was much
enjoyed, ind. gav evidences then and
thereof fhrui bearg.
heIn 5l. ^ Howard Taylor
gnta t eopl h ad her words
were hea 3og* by the amany who had
learned be lurebqr naf urch.
efet titt hurw r the night service

nig. sit the tabernacle
wasr gdtl~t-tb Dar5u
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I New York, who con IIc:. .h.: Jerry M~
Auley MisSion, and is probably savilig
more miein and women from lives ol
shainie and retchedness inl the sluns of
New York City than is any other iman
now living, spoke of some of his experi-
ences with sin before his conversion, and
with the slaves of sin since he has been
condlucting the Jerry MbcAnley Alissiot
Mr.: Hallley is filled with the Spirit of
Christ, anid so iumpressedl Isis hearers
lie will speak again today.
When tinie lor the Iiglt service arrived
it was still cold and raining but a good
s:zed audience was there to hear Dr. I.en
G1. Broughton again. Dr. Brougliton
spoke on the "Second Coming of Ch riFt."
He showed by the Scriptures that every
prophesy' concerning Christ up to the
ttie lie was received up into heaveti after
the Resurrection had been fulfilled, liter-
ally, Lndl that the prophesies conicerniing
His return -how lie will come, and the
righteous will be taken up in thie air to
meet IHim must be fulfilled just as liter
ally as the prophesies which have already
been fulfilled. The Doctor urged his
hearers to be ready for the second coui-
ing of the L.ord. At the close of the ser-
mon many asked for prayers for loved
ones. Mr. Hadley led in an earnest
prayer, after which a song and then the
Mr. Htadley and Drs. Brown, Black-
stone and Bronghton are all on the pro-
gram for today, and every one who can
do so should attend the services.

At the Circus.
Every seat and all available standing
room occupied 'and many seated on the
grouud close to the arena, such was the
condition of thliltgs at botil performances
at Sparks' circus which showed here at
E-ist Side Park yesterday afternoon and
evening. The circus was a first-rate ex-
hibition, the performeuers heing stars Ib
their respective lines. Many clever feats
were performed hy the acrolats, trapeze
artists, and contortionist, besides the
tricks of a well-trained elephant, dogs,
lions and horses; and old and young en-
joyed a remarkable interesting exhibition.
The Sparks' show will always have a
warm welcome in this city. The circus
is at Canisteo today.-Corning (N. V.)
Daily Journal, July 17, g90s.
The above show will exhibit at Gainea-
ville, IFeb. 17

And How's This.
duringg Christmas, 1902, when the sa-
l,.)>11, \ ere open in Alachua county, there
wert a dozeni or more prisoners in the
couiity jail, and the city jail was. about
full. During t ristmna, 1903, after the
..ulloui. were closed, there were three
pri-,uincr in jail and noarsrests were made.
It you diou titls statement, ask Sheriff
I' )-n 'll aboul t it.
.\ poumiiicut ;Gainesville nserchaut is
authllrity for the stateeniet that there
were twice as many turkeysdisposed of in
(;.iiLmcsville ihnring tie first dry Christ-
m11:us a thellre were during the last saloon
Clhristmuis, anl at one-third more price
per Ltnrley. Itensoll: PerSons who for-
ilerly liongKht liquor for Christmas
I, might turkey last Christmas.

Mr, Kitchen Dead.
llr. J AKitchen, a foreman at the
Dutton Phosphate Company's works in
this county died rather suddenly vester-
day afternoon. Deceased had been un-
well for several 4ays, but had not been
considered dangerously ill, and was
thought to be Improving when the end
came suddenly.-
Undertaker Thomas was sent for and
accompanied Mr. Kitchen's little daught-
er who was attending school in this city.
To the bereaved widow and children the
Star offers sympathy.
Bought Machine.
At a special meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners Wednesday, at
which representatives of the good roads
man.' inery makers were present, the com-
missioners after much discussion pro and
con, closed the good roads machuierf,
deal, and the county now owns the tr ac-
tion engine, roller, cars, etc., which were
brought here several months agofor trial.
The machinery did not give. perfects at-
isfaction, but the board decided to take
It after the company had agreed to de-
duct 565o from the price.

Pll It Up.
There iq a dangerous hole in the side-
walk in front of Mrs. Tinsley's home,
one block west of the public square--two
mules could be buried in it-where a
large oak was dug up by the roots and
left felled in the streeL
We know not by what athrtty the
street aid aldewalk at the place men-
osned has been so treated, but weddo
know that heavy damage mitl ahairt
dte an towns have resulted from the
eoesdito l of sidewalks In lee dasger-
ea oadlM n than is the one we epse ,t

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SFour Papers Discuss Sheats and


Times-Democrat, Herald, New-
Enterprise and Telegraph
Heard From.
State Isilperillteinleilt lheata has cone
oti in an open letter, iii which lie states,
anmt, wore Llinii all (for Ils opponent),
proceeded to prove that the letter to
Hhich his unane lhal Ieen signetl inviting
Booker Wasliingtoii to address the people
of Gainesville "in the white school audi-
toriunm," was a forgery. For shamel-

We observe that the editorial writer in
charge of the Taliaferro press lureaut un-
dertakes, in one of iis recent political
letters, to hit Superintendent Sheats a
blow over the shoulders of Tom F. Mc-
Beath. This writer seems to lose sight of
the fact that there are thousands of peo-
ple in Florida who look upon our public
school system with very much more con-
cernt than they do upon tite election of a
United .States Senator. Such is the case,
notwithstanding the apparent idea of the
press bureau man that the senatorial
campaign is the whole thing, and in view
of the strong probability that Mr. Sheats
will receive more votes for State Superin-
tendent than will be received for United!
States Senator by either of the four as-
pirants, in the first primary, it would
seem the part of wisdom for the bureau
man to let Senator Tallaferro "tote his
own skillet "-Starke Telegraph.
"i'zar" Sheats, it seems, has not suf-
fered any loss of his old time campaign-
ing ability and he is just now making It
rather warm for his opponent for the
State Superintendency.-New- enterprise.
Superintendent Sheats may be an of.
fcial despot and a political buncoateerer,
and we believe that he has used his of-
ficial power to promote favorites and
punish those who did not bow in sub-
mission to him. The indications are that
he has permitted his personal feelings
and prejudice to fufluence his official con-
duct in several instances. But he has
proven himself a capable official and, be-
ing a man of strong, aggressive charac-
ter and of indomitable energy, it is going
to be a difficult matter to defeat him. It
will require, we think, a man of stronger
individuality and wider influence than
Prof. Holloway. If Tom McBeath failed,
there seems little hope that Prof. Hollo-
way can succeed.-I'unta Gorda Herald.

Novel Entertalment.
"On Valentine's Day,
Your books put away
And let your hearts gladden with joy.
The school-room forake,
Your Valentine take.
We'll welcome each girl and each boy."
The J. Pialey Chapter, U. D. 0., ex-
pect to give a novel entertainment this
afternoon and early evening in O. K.
Broome's vacant store, on the east side
of the square, south of Vidal's. This en-
tertalnment will be In the form of a Valen-
tine party, the object of which is to mase
funds to aid the managers of the Con-
federate Soldiers' Home in their work of
caring for the feeble and infirm veterans.
They earnetly solicit the liberal patron-
age of the publte in this laudable enter-
prism. valentines, souvenirs and now-
tities of various kinds will be on sale.
Refreshments will also be served.
This entertainment will not emflict
with .services at the Tabernacle, but
will be from 4:30 to 7:30o, uad refrsh-
ments will he served after the services
at the Tabernacle are over.
IRnmember the data, the place, and
what it Is to be-tb-W (Priday) afternoon
in the Broome vacant store; and a grand
time. Remember that this is Leap yer,
and the yonmg ladies are expected to
attend this Valentine party, accompanied
by each other's brothers.

-Death of a Child.
The friends of Mr. Lawrenme Crtsman
ad wife of Irvin, are sympathbitn witL
then m acemnt of the death of their l-
fant ms, which sad event occurred at
thb r bome on the 7th aMt.

wtode tery rebkery a. r 'eair W
whbo gltvi aid tehI 0ewy, deat1
al tbinVes Ot., giv res neaMtest o
t0e b ed4 00mw May the7 leek to
Him aed be sm-nd.
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Rev I. W. King, pastor of the Second
Adlvent church, returned a few days ago
from Mikesville, where lhe spent a while
in the interest ol that ijenolinualion.
C. II. Crisiman ol .Micanopy, ai d H. B.
Gtl in ol High Springs, are authorized
to lake suilmcrptions and collect for the
same for The Star. See them about it.
Mr. Isaat IEldinger, of l'hiladelphia, is
iin the city in atteniidace to the Bible con-
feretrce. lie says hle experts to stay
here naoult three months.
Don't miss it! You nlusAt visit tie Ohld
Virginia Plantation, the best that ever
visited your city, will positively appear
at tsiinesvtlle's hig carnival, Feb. lIilth
to a2uth.
W. J Hlodge, .Alachim; J. W. llarrma,
LaCroasc; Seth lBrowni, Archer; I.. N.
P'earce, Alachuiia, and I. K Amilersoii,
lighl Springs, were atRiong the visitors
to the city 'Tuedlay.
I don't fHll to see the renowned t'lorcnce
troupe of acroIats, ten i l um ber, bigger
asndl ettvr 1iaIiil a circus, will beat (;sl.ites-
ville's big carnimnl elhcu. i6tll to 2011h.
Mrs. ArrinRgon, of ;Georgia, who is in
attendance to tie lihble conference, says
that she is highly pleased \itlh tile con-
ference anil Gaimnesville. anl expects
to return to the conference next )rlr
fee the flying Caiupbell's in their dar-
ing leap for life. The gyuinast's who
make this daring leap, will appearsat the
koman Coleslumi daily at G(.aiesville's
big carnival, Feb. i6th to zoth.
See the display ad. of I itzSiunmuoin'
Auction Co. In today's Star. This com.
pany will sell town lots at Higih hilringsm
Feb. lhth, and will give a good sl.ow
also. Go dndl see the show and buy some

Farmers Out of Debt and Money in
Bank -Peaches, Pecang, Etc.
ARNO, Pla.. Feh, to, o190.-.
HDI)'OR STAR: Perhaps your re'adets
would like-n few dots now alnd then front
Some of them imy not lkno1 w where
Arno is, so I will tell them
It is on the Se~board Air I.lue, five
miles west of Alachua and four miles
south of 11ikb Springs.
The land la all high rollmig pine land,
underlaid witl a clay subsoil. This is,
perhaps, thie Iest peach and Sea Island
cotton land in the State. All the best
farmers are out or debt amud have money
In bank or loaned out. Corn, cotton and
hogs are the principal crops.
Peaches are being extensively planted
and do well.
Pecans also do very well. There me
several pecan groves.
Mr. Tom Price has a small grove of
seedling trees that have bore some at six
years old. Mr. W. N, Grambling of
High Springs, has a 2o acre grove, ioostly
grafted trees. %F. P. llenderson has tihe
largest pecan grove here of about 75
acres, which will all be grafted from
bearing trees of the best varieties.
The farmers are done sowing oats ants
are preparing corn and cotton land.
Early varieties of peaches are now In
full bloom. They are at least two weeks
earlier than last year. F.P. Henderson's
70-acre orchard is more than half of II
shedding the bloom.
There will be forty or fifty acres ol
cantaloupes planted here this Spring.
Mr. Tom Jones, one of our successful
farmers, has exchanged farms, stock, etc.
with Mr. Sykes, from neart Jenning'i
Lake, and they have both moved.
John Osteen, from Ward City, is visit
ing his uncle, M. A. Ostlen.
Mrs, Rmtua Osteet, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Tom Brown, is visiting her pa
Mrs. W. E. Bell and Miss Lessle, hav-
n1g finished their school at Jenning'
Lake, have returned home. Miss Flor
ence Moody is also home from ler schloo
at Bell.
P. P. Henderson and wife, Mrs. l)r
Ogletree, Mr. Tom Price and daughter
Miss Annie, left this morning for Gaines
ville to attend the Bible conference.
A resolution was adopted by the Fores
Grove Sunday School, strongly endorsing
the "Hepburn Bill," as it le called, in the
House, and "Dolllver Bill," as it s called
In the Senate, and calling on our Con
gressmen and two Senators, to use their
influence for their passage. '. P. lien
person was appointed to write then
informing them of said action. This is i
most important temperance measure.

Try Pagan's market for best meats.
Jenning Cone, the Raleigh saw mil:
man, was transacting business here Tues-
Have your clothing cleaned at Owen
loyd's Dye Works. July 14, U
C. W. Bauknight, a prominent mer-
chant from Archer, was here Wedneui
Don't fail to see the flying lady at
Gainesville's big carnival Feb. 16 to oath.
Col. atd Mrs. Fred Cubberly of Cedar
Key were among the visitors to the city
Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purpose, z cta. a hundred or 25 for
cta., at Tit STAIl offer,
C.W. Banknfght, Archer, and H. C.
Parker, LaCrosse, were In the. city
Take a trip on the big Frris wheel,
and et off the earth, at aiaesavlla's big
carnival, Feb. ztbh to aoth.
Mr. and Ms. T. L. Hodgwon, of
Archer, attended the service at the Tab-
ermaele Tuesday.
That beautiful electric theater is com-
ing back with the big caraull, that tays
a week nla Oeinevllle, Feb. :6th to motb.
Mr. and krs. C. D. Wood, of Archer,
were among the proamhn it vilters to the
city Wednesday.
Wild Rose, the plielng pet of the
world, will trturn sad aseur her many
frieds at Oeaieville's bigcarnMlvsl, Peb.
x6th to sqth.
Rtyev, H. D. McRe of Wllt(toc, is
Ia attendance to the Bible eamrawce.
Thi is his second week.
Rev. O. M. ParklMsoM sad wife, of
Siaoux Fall, South DakotL ae i- atteta-
tance at the Bible econfe~ ee..
Mr. and Mrs. Otu A. Morton, of Bve,
were visit to the city tatl week snd at
tended some of the serrvlcs at the Tab.
W. M. Hollway hrs been mt
among the voters several days t ra
and he ep orta eouee*femw t all aloe
the Ie..

If your bhir Is becoming thin try Gid-
dingp Una ralleled IlI r Grower. For
sale by Dr. 8. oldlngs, oannesville
and the .1Potolce Drug and J. A.
Stephens, Store. Hih SlMnws.
Millenial tdawn-chart lectures on "The
Divine Plan of the Age" by a Bible
scholar of note will be given at the resl-
dence of J. H. Mofltt, Micanopy, Fla.,
Saturday 7 p. m., and Sunday rto3 a. Sa.
and 7 p. m. All cordially Invited. No
Cpta ick Carer says he If ot
to return Od4 show to bIs many oina
that be isO stll atve, d will make bis
high dive off of bis if tfoo feet
Into a taLkaft 0 W W deo every'
afternoon and m ibt, at Oia42 le's big
carnival, Feb. 16A to Ath.
Prof. Tom P. Meleath received an in
vitatlon reoattyf to address the Sumter
County Telebhw' AaoeIatlon at Webster
today', he bi dottle as a member of.
Bltt Fioda eminary faculty weren ch
a to r0der It impossible for himn to a-
cept the Invitation.
0id0 u' Unparelleld Flair Ofroer
is an that It name implies ft curi
dandrn bstop fanl Ifr
new ir. It a eeent haWdrMs.,
For mae at 9. tO. iddtaf te,
oainesvisi and the FbatoLe ixg toer
and J. A. 8epbhn, High Srftigts -
S th de ehau IsN Or. Corthe e advr-
ttlnut. He will be at tU IOoWva ,fd
ta t"bOl 'tir t- X4 Md S, whS aONI
whie ed ,,heir apes easii s wu ,do

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Peflitig er Onnownemm r nts.

Announleeents under the above head,
of reasonable length, will ibe published in
earth and every Isude of the TwICnt-A-
Wic'K STARt froi now until the cant-
paign i over for $ fwor each announce
unent. TH. CASE must accompany tie
copy for each announcement. Announce-
mtents at this price. must not contain
more than twwilNTV JINKS. Including
head nlid signature..

Clerk Cireult COult.
To the democratss of Alachum OCuntyi
As tlie State Executive Committee
hanveselected the moth of May for holding
out i'rtimary Klection, I hereby t asa ee
myself as a candidate for tme poelta' o
Clerk of the Circuit Courtf Alaci
county, and I solicit not only the vote,
hut the support of my friends to eesat
my election. If elected, I promise to
perfotr the duties of the office faithfully
and fully. I iake thi promise knowing
thoroughly what those dtties are. They
have already been learned by experience,
and I trust that all Democratic voters
may consider my appeal in msakuig their
xAUxRL H. WBIeoNos.

Clerk Circuit Court.
yellow )Denocrats uf Alachua county:
I herehy aniumUtece itmyselt a candidate
fur Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua
county, subject to your action in tihe
Democratic i'rimary. I solicit the sup-
port of all I)Denmorats, and if I am elected
I proniise to ischalirge the duties Of tihe
oluce to ti e very beat of uity ability.
J. MAx'v DI)Lr..

To the Voterr of Alnclia a (ounly:
I hereby atmriounce myself a candidate
for the office of Slerlff, subject to the
action of the next Demiocratic primary.
If elected, I preulse to discharge the
duties of the Office to the very bestof my
ability, and I solicit the support of a I
voters at Ilie poll.
Respectfully C MA t.

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Di. Merrit t i fheill,


Interlachen, a.
Oaalaeeslle, at the Brown louse,
Feb. s4th and aSth.
High Springs, Feb. 6 and7th.
Lake City, Feb. a9th, March i.


Jakeonvlle NWotl.
The New Travelers tel. H. W. Ha.
cock proprietor and t. W. Campbell aU
sistanu manger, is the plaas to
when you go to Jacksoavllele,
rooms, good table fare, rmmmenable mt
anmd centrally located--on Bay street, la
business center. Mr. Campbell i of
Waldo. Alachua county, ad it will a.
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
from hib home county when they go to
Whea you go to J aeksonville and want
good fare end polite aeatlou at "leas.
able cost, Inquire for the "Travelers' Ho-
tel," and when you go to Omren Cl
Springs sto a t the Riversde Hteln of
wItich Mr. Haueock Is aico proprfeta;

The undessgned having beea appointed
administrator of the etate of Mrs. A.
L. Btrloufellow. deceaed, note i hemre.

Sheriff. by given that redltors, lergtee, or dl.-
To the Denmucratlc Voters of Alachus tributees and all person having clams
County: or demands a inst the said estate to
present such et Ims with. the time re-
I emmlbrace this method ol aexpree g srinbed by law. All persons indebted to
my waruest appreciation for the con- id estate will please pay amounts to
fence you placed In me in IBb, and th dersi
Continuously from that date to tbh, and o. L. BAgneN m a,
sincerely tnrst that your confidence has Adlatrator state Mr., Striag-
not been betrayed. hveendeavored, toAd tor r, A.
the very best of my ability, to do my low
duty, rgardles of person or the conse-
quenc to myself. How wel I haveo nu esie-.
'ended IIeave to you to Judge. I have
been encouraged to believe that my e-
forts have received the approval of the
peaceful, law-loving citizens ol our (5 .
county, for which I am truly thankful. I C C. THOMAS.
an again a candidate for the ofceme of
sheriff and will appreciate your support, ATTOXINY AT LAW,
and promise, if reflected, to resume my Gainesville, Florida.
duties unfettered with any promise to
special favor and sall endeavor in the Opposite Brown House.
future, as n te past, to do my duty the 'Pboae No. y.
best I know ow. Promise if elected
or defeated not to be a candrste for the
office again. Respectfll. Fa nL, CHRISTOPER. ATBSO


County Superlntendent.
I hereby announce myef a candidate Gainesville,
for the office of Superintendeaet of OBee Ia Mill
Public Instructuon of Alachua oonly
subject to the action of the Denmoeortt .
Primary, and respectfully sololt the sup-
port of alI democratic voters,
J. O. 0 an.&Ou.

County Su in n Home of
I am a candidate for the oX of fd ]S O lir t
perIntendent of'.Publo IntrUetl of 1 Th 0ld
AleOhu county, subject to thie sL nh.f 3
thL DImocratic primary, and soleit -I O@flMln t
eport of Democraticvoters. If elected, la(t )
I i favor retrenchment and the ppay- PIO Cujla il
neat of the school debt. Anre
1. L.. KMIC ELE AndrcI

County Judge.
I herby announce myslf a- an di.
date befon the Democrt imary of
Alochu county for rnleetlet t1or-
ASe of County )udIgeK. I bth l
honestly anIf fmpartially l i
official duties tn tbe W 1I m IW
honor to co o dntinue to lI
if elected, and will be very for
the support of the Deamer voe o'
the county. K. MAON.

Tax As*m*r..
I r-pmctallyr matouel mayer a4 a
andideIN do 0" oeof TonxIssom of
Alachua ,oelty, ambj*ec to the Demo-
vf bin antod to all out the
umaxl term uf' Ged mor, now
ak tgod eoIe o At lchu county
for thur pv pst thM nnol r
Iw~at la W e to make a
fathlY lilm r and to malk
fta Snprfifet s e tax books each sue-
eeMdl year. _llp ur. ,
W.i, W. COYAO .

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Have you tried Giddings' Ilair Growert
Others have tried it and pronounced it
good. For sale atS. II. 1Giddlngs' Drug
Stove, oalnesville, aud I'ostoffice Drug
Store and J. A Stephens, lligh springs
'rof. M. H. DeLand has accepted a
position as clerk in the office of Superin.
tendent Holloway. Prof. DelanId Is a
bright young educator, and will doubt-
less fill the position ini a very creditable
Gus A. Morton, a prominent phosphate
iman at Eve, was an agreeable caller at
the Star office Tuesday. Mr. Mortont
says Stockton Is not gaining much
ground in his section because he already
has it all.
Mrs. 0. Morrison, who was recently
put in jail here for smne disturbance at
Melrose, and who It was thought was
not of sound mind, has been released by
order of proper authorities and will re-
turn home today.
The spring term of the circuit court in
and for Alachua county will convene here
next Tuesday. Witnesses and jurors
who have been summoned to appear
should take due notice and govern them-
selves accordingly.
Mr. and Mrs. I. I'. Henderson and
Mrs. Dr. Ogletree, Arno; J. T. Price andt
daughter, Iiss Annie, Wade, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Epperson, Williston,
were among the visitors who came to at-
tend the Bible Conference this week.
Ferdinand Bayer. Chairman Enter-
tainnment Committee, Florida Winter
Ilble Conference of this city, is in re-
ceipt of a good many Inquiries from all
parts of the United States, asking when
the conference would open neat year,
and what hotel accommodations can be
had, etc.






Jo J.P N

Three BattleaShllJtft Czar P4i (Ouat

of Business by Torpedo Bot,

the out1 l t fortres of Port
Arthur, v *the battleships Ret-'
NAVAL BATTLE ON AnUsk b" tecuie
Sp tn bli ih and the cruiser
P Palaged. An Inspec-I
Stioa i de to ascertain the
.!ort Arthur 1 barded by ,the damage, Detall. are
'J o 'for your majesty."
: Japanese Cruisers and A ucky Japes Applauded.
o' re Darna lict. men In london regard the
..OIo t Da geeinflicted. rlaUlt of Japan's first attack with tor-
World Amnazod at '-ido boats on the Russian Beet off
S Port Arthur as staggerlhg. They
Daring Japs, :'point out that Viceroy Aleleff's ret-
erence to "mln-s" obviously meant
-."torpedoes" and said that If the Rus-
Advices from Che poo state at~slan vessels had been struck by
Adv from Che o tte whitehead" torpedoes. they probably
the Japanese feet attacked Port Ar-hlave been sunk or are resting on t e
thar at midnight on Monday. T'O mud' n Port Artrhur; In any case hope
battle s and one Russia lesly out of action for a considerable
Rpslua battle ships and one Russia-, time.
Itnlser were disabled by torpedoes. in Paris the news of the firat Jap
The battle Was continued Tdeaday anese attack with torpedo boats on
Morning at a range of three miles. the Russian fleet off Port Arthur cras-
The steamer Columbia arrived at ted consternation. The ofliTals of the
foreign oftee were among the first to
s l bo trom Port Arthur with sAl. receive the information. anl their ad-
si. t fewe of the attack by the Japn vices were similar to those of the 8t
U leet upon the Russian feet Petersburg Offlclal Gazette, showing
Sro1a0 outside o9 the barbhw of that two Russian battleships and one
S Arthu. cruiser were damaged and. also show-
.tQJkw W ffbia wsa in the. rA s at in thpt four torpedo boats mae the
r,--the time and felt the first shock of attack. --.'. -
a torpedo explosion at .l o'clock Mon- Daring Deed, Say Germans.
day night. The attack continueI all Japan' initial iApces in the first
s igt, and at daylight Tuesday mrM'- attAlc With torpedo b6as on the Rus,
Sia two Russlan battle ships and one sia Poeat of Port Arthur produced a
r frtclalsa orulser were len to have' dep. Impression boh on the people
F" bass.diablod and beashS, et the a.d ImlUtri, and navy erritics t Bere-
e.t.'aWi e of the harbor. T b ftlis* ot gathered around taI dim-
-,: .wire badly listed to one mae trtbuttrs a the "'extras" In the streets
': Tuesday morning the Ri.l had .r ad the news :almost with etolea
a .BLts opened are on the Jpadi asa wtllonh of gladaesa.
ISaelt, which was about three lles1 fThe Cemlitt t t*,irlaeK4:dtrt
,t t he Japanese vessels rete n" p at 'sna p the temapo
d'tl fire, hitting several of the .tfl0 4'li p tp I0h. w*ishlls placed
Sblps, but doing little damage : aJ ai-# at .a great disadvantage
The Russian cruisers then wenDt b$t, r.. ,tb :*. ,t9eopirAitlons. It was add-
sid the Japanese vessels disappetAW-'", -aQ 1g tho tortedolng of the enemy's
.They were seen later on in the dire. vsieig lrla!g nder powerful laid bat-
i:th' of ,Dany,. apparently undaSp ed, tries must have been carried out dar.
-.though he officers of the Columbi iAfngly ';ad askltftulWi.
;i ry thel were seventeen an. t, tk AsAs Viceroy Alezxeff did not mention.
/^.-W$nl patty, had only sixteen wer any Japanese losses In his frat dis-
,; weqanlatar in the day by the steamer patch the common tale' of the naval
O.i w. t16rst a was that the Japanese have
,, ,.0h'ebattle ships disabled Tuesday ibhown that they can handle their war-
J.2kbltIsva and the sarevitch,. beni hll tatter that the Russians.
.'i)Il.ed. armored crulaer Boyii Pert Arthur Bombarded,
"- the grounded battle ships b)gok A. ,Mgoaeon toegl was reoelved at
'-th. entrance to the harbor, prevent,- St. Petnerh r|i from Viceroy Alexleff,
h nboats from going out, ant bat. aSted Pebrptary 9., saying:
;be ships and cruisers from gol4gn t' A Japan-ee h ludron o fifteen bat-
WM- coao, BesM ti e a0 *i r tlesBm'l~s cruisers today began to
has the Ripap asu guboaS Variag bombard Poirt Arthur, The fortress
'Ioea caught at Cheniulpb. They reVlied and the lqurdron weighed ans
ndhn for Vladlvostock. ehor in order to participate ln the
Sa&.diepatch received in London battle."
TPlr-Tala, dated flbruarit a A third telegraon from the viceroy
podent of The Daily Mail says sayn that after the bombardment last-
F.eprtdp there that the Russian lug one hour, the Japanese squadron
'Varlag and Korlets hauled ceased its fre and steamed southward.
their fggs without firing a sflft, "Our loaaeq," the viceroy continues,
that 8,000 Japanese immedfitely "are two natal officers and IYTy-one
2l0ded at Cheoulpo and the march men wounded and nine men killed,
"'o spoul was commenced, and on the coast batteries, one man
Circling About Russlan Foes killed and three wounded.
When seen by the steamer Foo "During the engagement the battle-
, "'Chow Tuesday morning, the fast ship Poltava and the cruisers DPana,
Japanese cruisers were circling Ina Askold and NoVltd are etch damaged
Sradius of six miles. No torpedo boats on the water line. Th' damage to the
-were seen, and it ih probable that fortress was not Important"
they left the vicinity after the torpedo France to Remain Neutral.
.thek of Monday niht. Thsiaslan At a conference of ministers held
t outlde n l I con ted at the Elysee palace at Pails Tuesday
th 'bia!i .jsJ c hia vsk, under the prealdency of M. Loubot,
fig p; lreet, subflagsh;p: Po- Foreign Minjster Delcasse commune.
..Polt6- v.. ?aareyllch., RetyIlaa oActed the news of the first Japanese
'b pl. and the crhfseti Io- 'attack and sinouabed that the Prench
1pa, l 6anu, :Pal$q .MLnilter at Toklo had been Instructed
SAdga S. 'The dalbled,to assure the ptatection ot Rusitan
t ._ atl"d ,':Jt.'tti~, subjects andd thei r interests In Japan.
I tMt4 Afid'3'o1it lt., "Thpa ttaft oat the Frenh rgorprn-
') AlemIHmi A. Mfifi :iJI"' t V f O a i)w of thewar la now denn-
r t4mlrai I*e.eA0 obetu,' 4t* '/ f;9 ldtetlmlined uPo*ni ranch will
60a(pAy t Ja pa erqtS ftol ma-tatt .I* t-tmtlRiy nfet Fbny and all
tW ir dl ,, c matM e. te ranco-Rualian al-
lht!apeoetteflly Idn;'t~a# I-ltanoe being eO eptpas not. requirP
that at or about midnight of ing Prance to Ltti*iSBla behalf of
BZZS Jjtisaepe terpepo lants Russia evia shosM O!iat! Brltain or
'(lw Uol bp. Seastm qr any third power intervene in Ihthalt
N a Ruslu a squadron In of Japan.


'.; But is Too Late.
R*'T f- aggai n$teei anlatrait
aXrnla Ua$L, Is quoted as saying;:
R'.: Ball t: t ap Maig desperate efforts
atrtugh the various embassies, to have
power oin at M psla la now
'antowpieflirab" y 'but the
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Vy Yankee runner are serving In
'N"ty of the Mikado*
A svpeellg tronp Savannah, 0a.G ays:
ALOted mudtelr' id eglaneers,
.Mj .s"..g4p Ss'etlee have expired
in the 'T U1 ,tates navy are belng-
tran to$ J$apaq l r et, su:-

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ftor oat -'tIr a ulet wy, thet
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S Armies.
The Russlan army is recruited by
Compulsory service, and on a war foot-
lag can d!spoee ao 6,000,000 trained
men, But only a small part of this
army is available. l the Tar East,
tIBn the question of supplies haa' to
be kept Jn mind; The war strength
of the Russian army in Asia Is 289,000
men. In the Par .mast the Russians
are believed to have a forco of about
200,900 men, 40,000 of whom are Cos-
aaoks, or mounted linantry. In Port
Arthur Is a garrison of 30,000 men.
The army under Admiral Alexieff can
be reinforced from Europe by the Sit
berian railway at the rate of about
4,000 men per day, but It Is not cer-
taln that such a rate could be long
mal3tained. Two army corps are
stated to be on their way from Euro
peasen Russia to tne Par East, and
their strength may be taken together
at g8,000 men.
The Japanese army has a total
strength of 500,000 trained men. of
whom 252,000 men with 708 guns form
the field army, organized In thirteen
divisions. It Is recruited by compul-
sory service. Its great weakness lies
in the paucity of its cavalry, as this
arm only numbers seventeen regiments
and 10,000 men. This weakness Is
compensated to some extent by the ex-
traordinary marching power and mo-
bility of the Infantry.
Jappan has the predominance In nav.
al force. Her fleet consists of the fol.
lowlng Important fighting shlps: 6
large battle ships, 6 modern and very
powerful armoured cruisers, 16 other
powerful cruisers, 17 destroyers and
torpedo gunboats, 60 torpedo boats,
There are two old armored ships,
useful In the second line.
The whole of the above force is
mobilized and ready for service. It
sl recruited and commanded by Vice
Admiral Togo.
The Russian fleet sl weaker. Its
Important ships are:
At Port Arthur-7 battle ships, I
modern armored cruiser, 6 protected
crulsers, 0S destroyers and torepedo
At Vladlvostook-1 modern armored
cruiser. 8 other cruisers, 10 destroyers
and torpedo boats.
Korea, the bone of contention, Js a
small state, with an area of 83,000
square miles. and a population of 5,-
00,000. It sl governed by an emperor
and Is nominally Independent, but for
ten years a struggle has been In pro-
grees between the Japanese and Run-
ilams as to who shall be the real mans
ter of It. The Japanese have the right
Of maintaining a force of 1.000 men
to protect the telegraphs there, which
ate their property. The Russians
hbvA obtalped concessions In the north
mo the 'bank of the Yalu, and are re-
ported to have fortified Yoogampho.
The .strateglo importance if Korea
is great. The country Is only 115
mile frm Jasan; fromI'it Jhpan draws
a great partedo ber food supply, and to
it she sends her aurplue population.

China Will be Neutral,
China, it Je understood, has given
oflcau aHpranee that lshe will Imme-
diately issue ; declaration of neh-


Ouar lAsiat leet a Strict Onre
tfM e "Wtutt la.-
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RoparngN .u nO nad I o SArsa of
"Tri04r! 4r-y, tl oee and strength
i. Thir IPphtng Pore.

i area of the Risial empire, in-
'i. MmawhurnoI, ,Is 9,0o,000 square"
milles, so that It comes next to the
British empire In ,extent among the
great powers. The population. a 185,-
000,000 Including Manchuria. The
revenue Is 301,000,000 ($1.08,000,-
000), and eipendltures the aame.
There are large reserve funds in the
treasury, d.p Ipaer, at all events, to-.
talllng about 0,000,000, while the
sum of 92.000,000 Ia kept in gold:in
the state bank. The treasure of the
church, which ii said to be worth
_100,000,000 or even more, could os
utilised-In any great national emer-
SThe area of Japan i1 160,000 square
miles, including Formosa, or one-
.third larger than the area of the Uni-
ted Kingdom. Her population Is great-
er than that of the'United- Kingdom,
standing at 45,000,000 in 1900 and Is
Increasing at the rate of 500,000 an-
nually. Her revenue and expenditures
are each 27,30j,000, and phe has re-
aerve fund for war totalling about
10,000,000, or rather more, available
only In a great national emergency.
In Korea a line Is being constructed
by the Japanese from Ftlan (Masam-
pho) to Beoul, and another from Che-
amulpo to Seoul is open.
SThereo l a.good railway system in
JapAn, onnaecing the chief towns.
There are railways connecting (I)
Port Arthur with Moscow; (2) a
braneh from thiq line to Vladlvostock:
(8) another branch running via Nlu.
cbwaug to Pekin.

Firemen Unable to Check Av-
alanche of Fiery Element
and Hundreds of Costly
Buildings and Contents
are Reduced to

The most destructive conflagration
in the history of Baltimore occurred
Sunday and Sunday night, raging prac-
tically unchecked during many hours,
completely destroying scores of the
largest houses In the wholesale dis-
trict, involving losses which cannot
yet be accurately estimated.
The fre broke out shortly before 11
o'clock Sunday morning in the whole-
sale dry goods store of John Hurst
& Co., on Hopkins place In the heart
of the business district, with a series
of loud explosions, which were heard
In remote parts of the city and spread
with fearful rapidity.
In a halt hour there were a dozen
big warehouses In the wholesale dry
goods and notions district burning
The entire vlty fre department was
called out, but was utterly powerless
to check the spread of the flames,
which were aided by high ,winds, and
by noon there were roaring fres in at
least thirty big warehouses and the
conflagration was. steadily eating Its
way Into successive blocks east, north,
west and south.
Building after building fell a prey
to the flames, and apparently there
was no check to the frightful swoop
of destruction.
On Baltimore street, the block east
to Hanover, and after that the block
on the south side to Charles street,
broke out In flames, the Consolidated
Gas Company's building and Oehm's
Acme hall burning fercely.
Meanwhile there were stores north
of Baltimore street being similarly
consumed. Mullin's hotel caught and
other buildings hear it. West of Lib-
erty street, on the south side of Bal-
timore, the block was doomed, and the
big Baltimore Bargain House also
caught. Down In Hopkins place
where the conflagration started,
Hurst's building and other wholesale
houses on both sides of the street,
crumbled and fell.
Spectacle of Ruin Appalling.
The big dry goods house of Danlol
Miller & Sons and R. M. Sutton &
Co. were seen aflame and along Ger-
man. street, east and west from the
Hurst building, there were a dozen
buildings burning and scores more
threatened. The spectacle of ruin and
destruction from any point In these
doomed blocks were .something appall-
Mass & Kemper's big wholesale
store, on Baltimore street. quickly
succumbed to the flames and the walls
fell with a crash that was heard for
squares. The Hurst building was ut-
terly destroyed.
On Hopkins place the Hopkina Sav-
Ings bank and the National Exchange
bank were gutted by flames, while
across the street were the ruins of
John E. Hurst & Co., and next to It
S. Hecht, Jr., A Sons, 4n flames. Ad-
joining was the large building owned
by the William Hoch Importing Com-
pany, which was also destroyed,
Across the street the Stanley &
Brown Drug Company was quickly in
ruins, while fronting on the Baltimore
street side of this block were the Rox-
bury Rye Distilling Company, the


Union and Non-Union Ment Engage in
Riot and Pour are Killed.
A bloody tragedy s eascted Sun-
day In the lltte mining town of Coal
Creek, TAna., forty miles northwest of
Knoxville, as the result of which tout
lives were anutef out ad three. per-
sons wounded, one perhaps fatally.
The clash was the culmination of trot-
bil between union and noa-uflon labor.
Three of the dead men were killed
by guards employed by the Coal Creak
Coal Company, while the fourth vlc-
tim., a deputy sherlt, was killed by a
guard he had gone to arrest


May o t~ Moee w apndt ay HIa Cause
BEafe tLhe Almtghty.
A dispatch received ftrom St Peters-
burg state that the es ria the event
of wtr, play go to Moscow to eamhbt
his are h to the Almighty be.
:re tu altar at thbW Tret nIsamtery
Me.-hi k*wse had doe sa ae peA be'
mo. drawn the west.


Ml ". ,ap ,qsl-e 'I Is t ,L ,
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while next to It was the establish-
ment of M. Moses & Co. On the corT
ner was the building occupied by the
Messra. Sugar & Shear, and' several
other smaller concerns. All of these
were swallowed up in the Pames, and,
In faet, the whole block was nothing,
but a ekuldron o( fire.
- At 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon
Mullens' hotel, a seven-story structure,
was in flames from garret to cellar
and Its great height and narrowness,
which acted as a sort of fleo, convert-
ed the doomed building into a huge
and dreadful torch.
Other Cities Send Aid.
Though every bit of fire fighting ap-
paratuus in the citj was called into
requisition as tne flames continued to
spread the firemen realized that they
had a task before them which was
too great for them to combat. Tele-
grams for fire engines were sent to
Washington and Philadolphia and,
about 1 o'clock six engines arrived
from Washington and four Irom Phila.
delphia and joined In the battle with
the flames.
Engines from stations- n Baltimore.

Howard, Anne, Aruudel and
counties arrived as soon as
Water plugs in every section
radius of half a mile from
were in use, and It Is roughly

within a
the fire

ed that there were 350 hose lines all
playing at one time upon different
parts of the conflagration.
Owing to the great congestion of
fire apparatus, the crowds of people
and the general confusion, many en-
gines from out of town were unable to
find a place where they would be of
any service.
At 7 6'clock Sunday night the sic-
uatlon was so desperate 'that Chief
Hoston decided that the only thing
left to db was to dynamite buildings
at threatened points and thus prevent,
as far as possible, a further spread
of the flames.
At 8 o'clock Monday morning the
fire still raged. So far as known no
serious casualties wore reported. Tela-
graph. telephone and electric wires of
all kinds were prostrated.
The fire covered an area of three-
quarters of a mile in length by nearly
a quarter of a mile in width, taking
in many of the most important build-
ings In the city. The loss, it is bhe
lieved, will reach $100,000,000.


Czar's Soldiers Seized a Woman and
Were Promptly Punished.
Russian soldiers have been the
cnuse of a disorderly Incident In Seoul,
capital of Korea. One of the Russians
seized a woman and an angry crowd
gathered. A body of Korean gen-
darmes soon arrived at the scene and
an encounter with the Itusslans fol-
The gendarmes fought well, over-
powering the Russians.
An insurrection has broken out sixty
miles north of Seoul and the prefect's
house has boon destroyed ky the peo


Under New Cuban Tariff America is
Given the Worst End.
President Palma's decree Increasing
the rates of Cuban customs duties in
accordance with the authority glven
him by congress has been promul-
The rates are considered more favor-
able to Europe than America. The lat-
ter hoped that a 80 per cent increase,
whrch is the maximum rate allowed by
congress, would have been placed en
goods which the United States cannot
manufa-ture In competition with Eu-


Of Severance of Diplomatic Relations
Between Japan and Russia.
The Associated Press at Washing-
ton was Informed Sunday at the Rus-
sian embassy that the Russian govern-
ment has received a note from Japan
announcing the discontinuance of ne-
gotiations and the Interruption of di-
plomatic relations.
Count Cassini, the Russian ambaa-
aador, upon receipt of the cablegram
from St. Petersburg, called upon Act-
ing Secretary of State Loomas and in-
formed -him olt the Interruption of re-


Pired by Mayor Low, He Wins Out Be.
fare.the State Court.
The reinstatement of Edward '.
Croker as chlef of the fire department
of New York has been ordered by the
appellate divsllon of the supreme
port. Mr. Croter was removed from
olefe early in the Low admintstatratio
e lb a nephew ot icehard Croker.


Ngre Ma UIksr luepalen of Hev.
19C MA#lauli Mr,. Shiede,
ei ein iwardu, a negro, lae under
imram t Blos eMl Wat Yl Vilrla, ue
pt,' $ as, a, aulted .,.Mrs.

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Large WhOlesale Business Blocks

Wiped Out by .Conflagration.

LOSSES REACH NILLIONS building occupied by Blbarmacu &
Todes, the house of Allen ons & Co.,
which ha4 hardly been completed,

Ounces that General keyls was elect-
ed president of Colombia on February
2. Gonsales-Valencin was elected v!ce
General Reyes, who Is still. In New
York, amd he had receded el noed icial
Information that he had been elected
president of Colombia on the date


Opinion ef Nirtl Carolina Offllolal Re.
gardinl oend Deliate "
North State ai.lzlI, ln speakiu of
the declaieo of the United Sater A-
preme court n the eao at the suit by
South Dakota against Nortlh O mriaU
involving bamn, ae $a ii t the.
decllsp as a death blow to state aov
eragnty. and tha thU Is its Ifn t '.
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waters throughout the period of hor-
tillttes betwle Ruslja ~ag Japan

Major General Coerai Orred to AI-
flteted city. Takes ommanad.
A WashPingte aaspea p Oa: At the
requart of Sepator OQp, ad on hir
pledge and thqt a. .te governor of
Meryland the would.

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Meet MDstil and Inhuman Mesmi
Taken by a Mmltslpp Mbb to
Avenue Murder.

At Doddavlloe, KMe., Sunday after-
noon, LutSer llolbert and his wife,
colored, were burned at the stake by
a mob of' over 1,000 persons o1t the
killing of James ]astland, a prominent
white planter, and John Carr, a noe.
gro; on Wednesday morning at the
Baastand plantation, two miles from
The burning of Holbert and hbl wife
closed a tragedy which cost eight
lives, engaged two hundred men and
two packs of bloodhounds In a'four
days' chase across four counties, and
stirred that section of Mississippi to
such a state of excitement as it has.
never before experienced In Its his-
The following are the dead: Luther
Holbert and wife, negroes, burned at
the stake by mob; James Eastland,
white planter, killed by Holbort; John
Carr, negro, killed by Holbert; John
Winters, negro, killed by Bastland;
three unknown negroes, killed by
The killing of Eastland, Carr and
Winters occurred Wednesday morning
at Eastland's plantation. Holbert and
Winters were In Carr'a cabin when
Eastland entered and ordered Holbert
to leave the plantation.
A difficulty ensued, In which It is al.
leged that Holbert opened fire on
Eastland, fatally wounding him and
killfig Carr. Eastland returned the
fire and killed Winters.
When the news of the tragedy
reached Doddeville, a posse was form-
ed and left Immediately for Eastland'a
plantation. Arriving there further
shooting occurred and an unknown ne-
gro was killed. Holbert and wife, who
had donned men's clothing, both heav-
ily armed, had fled.
Possess were formed at Graenville,
Ottabena, Cleveland and other points,
and the pursuit of Holbert and his
wife was begun with horses and
bloodhounds. The chase, which was
begun Wednesday morning, was con-
trnued until 3 o'clock Sunday morning
when Holbert and his wife, worn out
from traveling over 100 miles on foot
through canebrakes and swamps, were
fr.nd asleep in a heavy belt of timber
three miles east of Shepherdstowa,
and captured by a posse without a
shot being fired. They were carried
at once to Doddavlle and burned at
the stake by a large mob almost In
the shadow of a negro church.
During the chase Sunday morning
two negroes were killed by a posse
near Belzoni, Yazoo county. One of
the negroes bore a striking resem-
blance to Holbert and was mistaken
for him by members of the posse. He
was called upon to surrender, but ila
stead of doing so, showed fight, anrl
both negroes were shot down by mem-
bers of the posse.


Was Tried on Charge of Bribing Mem-
bers of Missouri Legislature.
The jury In the case of Colonel Ed-
ward Butler, the millionaire St. LouIR
politician on trial at Futior., Mo., an
the charge of bribing nineteen mem-
bers of the house of delegates at St.
Louls, returned a verdict which read:
"We ,the Jury, find the defendant
not guilty."
When the verdict was read a dozen
of Colonel Butler's friends gave forth
a wild shout and dashed into the
street to spread the news
Circuit Attorney Polk, who was in
the court room, appeared dumbfound.
ed. "I thought the state presented a
good case," he said. "Beynnd that I
hare nothing to say now."


Wlre Mayor of Baltimore that Qov-
- ernment Is Ready to Render Help.
Mayor McLane, of BaSt'more, receiv-
ed the following telegram from Presi-
dent Roose elt Monday:
"White House, Washington, Febrl-.
ary 8.--I share the horror of your peo-
ple at the appalling catastrophe which
has befallen Baltimore. If there la
anything the federal government can
do pray call on me.


Speolal Envoy ie Elected President of
Disgruntled Republie.
A private dispatch received in
Wlshlngton from Beuna Ventura an-

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Diplomatic-elaltions of Jap
and Russ Broken Off.


Rulsia Alle"e Surprlse at Disruption
and Tries to Lay All Blame on
Japan,-nMC1il Moment

A epeilal from St Petersburg.,
Sunday's date, says: It is officially
announced that Count Lamsdorff, the
Russian foreign minister, has inf6orrd
Russalz representatives abroad Ihat
Japan has decided to break off ne.otia.
tL9ns with Russia and to withdraw her
minister and the entire legation siaff
from St. petersburg, and that upon the
receipt of a note to this effect from
the Japanese minister Russia had or.
dered her minister, Baron de Rosen,
and the legation staff, to leave Toklo.
In notifying Russia's representing\ a
abroad of Japan's action in liroalng
off hegotlatlons. Count Lanmsdorff says,
In concluding his telegram:
"Such attitude on the part of ihe
Toklo government, which has not
oven awaited the arrival of the answer
of the Imperial government, which was
sent off during the last few days,
throws the whole responsibility for
the consequences which may arise
from a rupture of diplomatic nugohla-
tions between the two empires on
In a general way the Russian posi-
tlon is 'understood to be that Russia
while making concessions, declined to
yield on the four following points:
Flr%--Japan's right to ask fIr a
treaty covering the sovereignty of
Second-She insisted upon mutual
recognltion of the Independence of
Third-That there should be no for-
tificatlot of southern Korea which
might threaten Russian Communica-
tions with Port Arthur and Vladlics-
toek; and
Fourth-She declined to mcot la-
pan's wishes with regard to neitural
zone on both sides of the Yalu river.
The news of the breaking off of dip-
lomatle relations between Russia and
Japan *ras spread far and vwl I
throughout the capital by extra bu'l'-
tins of the papers. Much e'ceiemeat
was created, and this resulted In ia.
triotic demonstrations.
A Step Toward War.
A special from Toklo, Japan. si.s:
The severance of diplomatic retail na
between Russial and Japan appear' 10o
be only a step toward war, al:lihn i-!
when the ministers of Russia and .1.-
pan withdraw from their rcsp-ri ;-
posts quick and decisive acllcn !' ex
When Minister of Fore'gn Affnair
Komura, on Saturday notilled D .n
De Rosen, the Russian minister, o:
Japap's determination to sever tl!rl.i-
matec relations, he la reported to ha\e
declared to him that "Jap'n' is ilrnl
of Russia's delays, evasions and Insit.-
cer:ty, and has decided to take !Iido-
pendent action for the conservation ('
Japan's Oriental Interests."


Members of Dowie Mission at Chat'a-
nooga Visit Homes of Citizens.
The Dowle hosts are very active in
Chattanooga and the various repre-
uentatlves have visited hundreds of
homes and greeted the residents witl
the salvo: "Peace be to the's house"
They have secured the aid of several
local people, there being a small Dow-
lelte colony In the city.


Longer Terms Asked for Children in
North Carolina.
A special from Rale!gh, N C., says:
Fifty-elght counties have asked the
state for aid In order to keep their
public schools open four months In
the year. The amounts allowed these
range all, the way fiam three hundred
to four thousand dollars.


United States Cruiser Squadron Or- '.
dered to Chlnese Waters.
Orders have been cabled friml
Washington to Rear Admiral Evans to
send hiS cruiser squadron, conslstiln
of the Alliance, New Orleans, Raleigh
and Cinmolnati, -from. Bbi3gt Bay to
some point In Chinese waters yrt '.o
be determined, for obstervinS the naval
Admiral Evans is expected to keep
the battleship squadron in Phlllppin" ..

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Mr. am. 'e mmedicines are certainly all they are claimed to be"-
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Xri i. ~Akhskm TeUs How Ordinary Taska Produce DIsplacements.
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vdits 1I40iti. fjiQac Vegetable .-
an always -be relied upon 'to restore ,' IsAmmo lca Por liiall "leouita.
amB stiffer. It Is a eovre'iln cure-for Telere are ninny rooIla too small to
, that bearinr-down feeling, weak hold conveniently a comfortable sofa,
'otib, inflammation of .the o*aries, and For thleso I cboni.ldor a li nmnock little
dIasolves arnd opels tumors from the short of a necessity, whlle In. large
ut. andl chccks anfy tendency to cancer I.,on a tlt II h:nlllnok would merely be
nervous prostration, and tones up the ni d bny. n ct loun or
urea is the greatest in the world, and nadned ianly it, II --tct louag for
.ondh ltg. nitl nan Itclnl lertiiag pilnce.
It must be netted witl strong silk.
Ith rndatee the original letters and eignaturee be ti
-. the0l b.rlte1ot, ena It nilut be ery %vide sin d long enough
b3. Pluklam MIod nlnl tile color nmuist Ihe Iii perfect har-
monny wlth the roolu, says London
"Yes. my bo,." said the aged ad- An Oriental drapery Is needed to
viser, "the thing for you to do Is to throw over ol e eludi, ianid t least four
get out nial hnll:ti. There Is always Inare soft cushions for Ille Inside c the
plenty of roarm aE the ttr,, you know." linnniock. 'The cnrpenltr niust be
"Pleniy of rount at thlito 1p? ut rnllel In to pnlai the wnll and screw
Here? What business shall I adopt?" In hooks. which Inust not be done too
"Well, for it t-ance, go Into the hair. lilgl: one slls as well as lies in a
tonic trade."-PlttsbLirg Dispatch. hamniaoelk. If the carpenter has any
rcntr of the flrnli on tlhe walls, pieces
PIuTNAM FwArI.RSB DrRB color more f wood cain be faslatced to the foor
goods, per package, than others. ia ntl io the required height on the walls,
and onil be carved or painted at will.
The trouble about Ieop'e whlo borrow i''iere inow remains simply bhe hang-
trouble is they alhai uav It back. ng the hnuimock and the tying on
For o. *s Mfoney Order. of tfo large silk bows at the extreme
The John A. Balzer Seed Co., 1a Crosse ends to cover the books. In a sball
Wia., mail postpaid 15 tree, consistinX of room. when not needed, the hammock
Aprieots, Apples, Crabs, Cherries, Plums, be naitluuig and dropped to the
Peaches and ears, just the thing or a eAtyl :a ind rt te
or country garden, including the great Ba- ground. I am sure that the flrst slsta
mark Apple, all hardy 'I oans stock, il the gentle swaying hammock will
are sent you free upon receipt of $1.65. relay all trouble and expense.--irrlr
AND Fon 16c. AND THltS NOTCI e and Farmer. i.a
vou pet aufIicient seed of Celery. Caarret
Cbbalge. Onion, Lettuce, Radish nd "
iow.w Seed. to furuisl hbishel of choice R X CIP E S .'
owerm and lota of vegetab:es for a biq Shorlenke-Rub half a cupful of but.
family, together with'otr great plant and
eed cat slo. [.C.L ter nto one pint of flour, add two level
No matter how good you are. somebodI tcelapoonfuls of bakitg powder; mix
alse ia better-and is willing to aoknowl- well and add halt a cupful of milk,
edge the fact. kIneadr lightly: roll out, cut in large
ge e Aiallcults. Ihke slowly on the griddle or
VBIBY APPROPRIATE. li n quick oven.
Some k ad friends were going to Vanity ruffl--Boll one cup of milk
erect a column of marble over the de- and thicken withlfloor to a stdff dough;
ceased okesmith. I set away to cool; then add tm three es
"Here Is a l8ne piece," said thene by one. unbeaten, and one tabl-
dealer. spoonful of melted butter. Drop by
"Why, that's a funny column," re- the spoonful Into hot fat and when
plied the friend, gazing at the pecu brown remove and drain on paper.
liar carvin g. oll in sugar and clonamon mied.
"WelI dldnl't you say he wu a joke- io 11l In sagar and cinnamon mlxe.
"Well didt you ay e was a Joke ermits-'Three eggs, one cup of but-
smnthT"--Chicago News. ter, ote and one-half cupful of sugar,.
A W MAN'S MISERY. ose cup of seeded raiains chopped, two
A WOMAN MISERY ounces of citron chopped fine, one tea-
MrL. John Ixanue, of 115 Paterson poon each of clover. allspice and ena-
Avetise, PLtelron. N. J.. says: "1 was namon. Add flour enough to roll out:
troubled for. abbut nine years. nud rut in rounds: lay on greased pn and
what I saf- bake in pt motlerate oven.
feared no one TongaaI or Ham op Toast-Cbhop one
S will ever eupfal of boiled ham or tongue very
know. I based lle, bent the yolks of two egs until
about every thick, add them to the tongue or bam
S known reme with one-qUirter teaIspoofll of eans-
S- y that is said larnd sal a Ittle esyesIee pepper stir
to be good for .oer the are unutl ths eggs ae c ieTm y;
Skijdney co m serve on squares of battered loaLs.
plant. b ut 'Tomatro reser-re--s ead and pel
without derive' pa"refully sall potaloes weigh them
Ingpermauinet' nal dd a ua aluot of al
Relief. QOten staA ovetr.lbght; pctr 4 -l1 t1e1
when alone In :u je atl bralf 11 It It la IcO l 0tle tpl
( tlC ashe has been so pdd tomallnee aedf eqd* u"atll tlt** aiRd
a4tptlt It iBtgmt tears to my eyes. rI'41rsrspirenti e- a 4le t 4s'1. 1e04
lt Wo o Inte se i dse iaa&I t th 9I 4 alt-

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A 'vuLi ta Iihe k;. l..'ii.aIare depart-
f rirllt alf .t l.~ ce il i ly tore' is I'.ou'ih to
S tJa \i,'- < -i !,.a-a,',r lInig for a
l iiiio 1' I I, r.i-. i a l ,]- II' a R slnat'Lk of
f';.inih ;I, 'V iii hieL I.:., I 1l1.
'I'licre iiiro clliairl il lmatir andl stle
I : rs an f ia::;l.3 walaleu'% rtlalihed with
e'ilces af ;- It. 'ihv ',- aire nil sorts of
o < ,:>:11 ilii i.:;'::, It'.l lIts, Coeff ,O pots.
I1r. % -i a\ ah. i Iei ;. i I aL lnilors, cereal
a .l-'N1"-r 1iil tl.-li;.la ,. a \ Ili'ilh ipre dnintyi
'at.aiiL; :I ) II-. on11 L aIo ditlni room
nil', .A< tIle", w\ilal 1i *tvr rust they
rI I" i IPa iil .- t a 1 le lh -m n dl lay lihe house-
S, if'. a:mi. :i.'' ,* I th,.m a\\ ttr r r,.atler ex-
!li :1Ai. e tLh- :, *3 it' t'tii.'a ss l 'heaper In
ihe t' iil Iliin th -e' \\-l: It 'cost less but
wta:l"r ott '.'.a'i" -- N'iV York Press.
i (*noa.hrI r i .. r(a~ ,.il Clenitiag.
I M niiy lii. % sla-. i in itilnic'p ilnldue con. i.., in Oiwl. cl.>sils It O iiowers of
t caniplhor..
'The rely upon It t tldoo tre work
Slwhich ihoul.ld lbe neLroa pllshed by a
tlhorotlgh ci :tIilnig. "
SCa(mplior wIll. not stop the ravaged of
. notllh in l.e:pell's.:afte tlMe Insects have
coi0IMIccetl cntfl|lg.
Nc.r will they thetn pay anty regirdIt t
the. pirecrsioe of c(idtiir or toletlcco.
A god) il way ili whilI (to kilt them
is to tlioe ;a' (:oealse C tit towel atnd
wi-i-irn It out-,'f cfiartn warer, spread it
Sinllootlilyaolri le cih a'l)rt-, ad then Iron-
It dry witl i :1 g.godl lit i'roa, iepeating.
tithe (pcoriftiot).1 o,1 ll Atspocted places,
I td tlion le, IaPt nse, ep.
i 'rIte procvs does not Injure the e pile
or color of thle eatrpet Ii tho lost; nad
i t t 1O9T nepessairy to press hard, heat
Prone toid beto tlie utgl i ts. cnan tley
It eggs. .
S tCuldt Wenier HIeIlp.
-For the .vwonan whose work compels
her to sit mucha, and whose feet are
prone to becoina cold In consequence,
sall easly aalnalage(d foot wafrmer inay
bo procured at little expense, Let her-
.i)urchase a good Rlzed agato warp or
enamel lined pot, the lkind for cooklillg
vegetables, 1nd fl lliing it with water.
firing it to a boll. This ntftwers' ad-
inarably for at foot stool, alid Will keep
hert coafuortlale niintly- hours witholtt
relteanting.. MAn y persons -never feel.
sinftlleeaitly, wu.tif ntter retirlag fore the
night unless. their lie:ds atre .liauR ed
i..n tile bIed c'veringl. Now' n Inluch
Better plant is to procure a square of
soft f ollriel O itity prt'erCvred manterlal
whose sides slinll iliea(sutro a yard, or
aio'e. Spread thl.nt the head ot.tle
bel -so that part of It hall be under-
Ineath the pillow, while the renia'lider
can he drawnt down over the pillow
tand Sleeper's head. ArrnRuced properly
this twill exclrutdei every prying current
of -nr fi'om. sensitive head, ieek- nnd.
Ssioauldears.--S. V!rgtla Levis, In The.



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On n -s
liar will eome over thq horacshe., an It.
dicated Iu the lapper portion of the cut.
On lhe lower right of the cut is shown
t Way of faitatiug the boaeIIa by bend.
ing and nailing a long istrip of strap
Iron over the ends of the boards, In1
stead of uaiug the uprllht boards, sl
atsual. The idranntage Ie that the geat
is not so benvy na wheft the uprlght
board Is used, which Is a eonslderatlon
wlth the average farm gate.-Iadlauap-
oils News.
Bar.n Oewuoalen -
On the majority of farm e onilderA-
ble time,1s spent In tbfe bIar= duraog
the winter. and yet tbthlere is rely
one barn in ten that confitt *nany of
the little convenleat whlch will ena-
ble neto work to Sr4ntef a. 'wo
days' labor end a bundle of l0 noWsw
paper and a few taekL Ir sllt Ihat Is
uecesuary to Ali aI s:. eolte the crclsI
so that the wind would AtiNt blow la
and chill the-salnlals4 Then a f e
boarida lad ora th em tthr
habeloft would prestat tuhe dut ri
coming doq* on the barse and cows
and mee o uc0 teO n!B
A few days ef labor Mad s ti*.
planks wis U J$ a ttI n opetiam
ly whblc P U% 0 Anta tire t- t
Veptl. Ii eh" t .to 1wfi s 4
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Comfort For tlhe Farm Dog.
The tieed of comfortable pugd pro-
ected qunarlers for the farmi dog during
theI coll wallter mionlth Is called to re-
nrTlelttratice by ala American Agrlcul-
turist renlcer. As soieo farmers like
to have their dogs about the stable,
1ie suggests that it a hole.1s cut through
thIi lower part oft' te door and an old
fortilizer bag tanked over It. the dogl
ca:n go In naill outt at pleasure. If h
is IkPltt ioll'r ite house itt0 nothing elsea
I4 nval:iia lc or I)rotectiont an old barrie
laid il Its slil, ha:tlf filled with straw.
\ lth 1a IaiOL'e ,pf sack trckedr ovrr the
fruit. will serre the purpose.
atinllt Iearkl.
A small tflucr sihouldl contain about
.s maiay andividllun hlens as will corro-
siontd to (he number of members In
il:at finally. ta1 the ltalle acraps will only
feed a certain nulliber. A smnll flock
nm1y he kept at a lrollt, iwhil it larger
one may entnil loss. In feeding a snall
flock it pays to give soft food to th
fow~'s nt least once a day. It should
be -giveil in the mnornZng anld may con-
sist or any nmatertlnl, especially graToun
giraln,.w llhi should loe mixed with hol
water, or, r.fobtalailale, sklnmoed'milk.-
Any s-Trnps from the house, potatoes.
cnbbn g notd turnips. might -b boilehi
til aud mixed with 't. Foe'r the evenly
menl \- heat or oats or a little corn
slhotlld i e R' vel tlahem. T he. blrds
s.holhld be piut taIp to fntten -about three
wcelcs. beforo.they are wanted to kill,
nud should be .fed on sanntrnela Ud corn-
mlal;i, the whole mixed with kinm milk.,
DO notit glve'tlieiu more. than they wVil
clear up. Tho.e secret of fattenulUg Is to
give n llttio lnd often. For. layers less
grain n:ald more meat should be iup'
pled. -

; m -r.p !,sueme -e y_

XoI01t0rr Vk, .

SA. ORIPPE is eildemic ctairrh. It awfkilil i;rip Ihd alutchled hiU in its lat
J *pare no elas or nationtlily. 'hol cul- M..asp. Men, 'wolena, ctildlrln, whole town
ture and the ignorant; the araitorat aunw a nl cil tiv are eaqittt in tho baueful grip o
the pauper, lthe masses and the classes aro a tcrtritbihe mioinslr.
alike subeot to Ia grippe. 'Nono are ex-o The ,oUowi- h% liter sKpeak for then
annpt--s!l ar; e liable. elve *as to the efliinrey of 1'eraniu in eael
Have you the grip? Oi, ral.her, lIaa the of Ia grippe or it after effects.
grip got you Oripa is" well named. 'jie A *Crft!v9e of rta Grippe R'raidmntn
original Frneh term, Ia grippnc, as hten fEft-" La Gripp ...
shortened by the busy Animricnn to. rea-d b. 1 e-- a.
Without intending to do so a new "7lrc, h'und WVoinlrager, Weetorlo, Alban
word iae been Qoined that exactly deserilbes, bounty. N. Y. writes;
the came. As f some Jlideoua giant witllh L' ",iv'l years ago I had an attack of

Wife-There w&uA a man around to-
day selling big brass burglar alarm
bell to put'.n the front of the house.,
so I ordered one.
. Hubsb-nd-What You- know we,
haven't anything worth stealing.
SWlfe--I kabw that, but Lt will make
the aelthbori think We hbive.-Phlla-"
delphla Public Ledger.

: TselatlLas tlolt to IllI".
After the colt. ully understands the.
legltimate use of the halter lit leading.
Is a good tilme-to teach it to back, sayC
Horso Sense-an Ilnportant and necesa-
eary duty an-Its after life of usefulness
-whlch is ea ily arconmplihaed by coinm
plying with the natural law. Again,
by pregslng the extended faigers of oiae
hand between the point otfthe ftho uldef
nd the breastbone antd uatnla tha other
hRad at the halter strap to simply -keel.
the colt straight in IIne, to bn'k In lany
dloslred- diiectlon. .Don't tray to forc
the colt backward by "yanking" -at tbld
halter "or bit, but simply press on' titis
sonsltive chest cnvlt.v -'llth the ltngers,
anld thle colt -will naturally go .baerk
in-ltd. provldlng tlihere Is tothling of ani
obstruction behind It, }Vlien this pros.
$uro has been taindtl at the front andi
"the colt lais moved backward lit It ism
only one step) t .should be re'wa'lr(ide
for title action. then try again. About
tlle third tinme this pricassire has beets
ttlado it Is it,good time to :asadnsonte the
word "bitnk" witlt the pressure, and the
reader will be surprised to Seee how
soon the colt will comprohectol what is
wanted, nnd how winlJingly tlhe. younta
thing comiplies with our every ilsh
as Soonrt as It uniderstanid what Is
wanted. .
Mnkin a Ian 4y Gote.
The a average farm gate' is hnrd to
minve aniil is nsimnly brteakilng down.
TI'o Illlontrntlonl shown rt wany of fas-
lelnilug asclh a grat in n silinpllt mnninrr.
Tnke a horstashot ll nd fr ltein t to thl
gate pot,. so Ihnt nbnOtr aon-thlird of It
will project, ns alshow In tho deotn'l
at lower left of tihe 'ut. This lrovidos
tho lateli, n1d wlihcii ciP gate In to lie
closed slImply rnlse it so that thbo top



A Golden Rule
of Agriculture:
nto good to youir and 7ad your crop
villa beiood.' Pldntrol


In thetert(tlser all squaltyf
Ond quantily II n ha har
ot, .Wrieam to es nd -.
we will etd you, -
fi by next malfl
our money, winning
Naw Vsa-9j NasMs M.
AtMls,.0a.-2 lSesrmSt. l

_ Im flmIa~mm

. allt lm aa earth. T
asfi >,eau rs sale ore ats %re te
bI s 'Il e ehaef u het-, sILs
Il Ionlt ot for fl r hanim 40rI
646"d by M" Tbts guaud Oat
4l"td In W"Istmn IGO bn.. Obho
i ba., MInhlpl Sa bu.,. LMUIurf
U aU, iod Meort Dabolla 81 bu. XPe
mwnim d will tolllllvly do aawllst tr
I. Trey I. lr and be o0ft.voe
A pew I ra ol Yielda.

41 Soulth ?r$tb .

"EnginteS, o J

Saw Mills
Gads-lit# ed" d iq 0e*jbv
asm~,Is o~5e5 1 Tepll

edo.. usefor slog". p.1Ho
*to beore bbdp l.


nl~lrrr ~ 5usd. 5515 mel
Wamesr. praehius'u .com 1 emsre
awnmp ,m peout."

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lw -mum w


lVTspewaaenetl u eurel. o 1 noisornervouas.
asor a tr flsnt daes t le o( Dr. KllBs'e Broat .
K trvenotorer. $2 t rialbottle nad trentltiefrre
Dr, R. I. KLaN,LtA., 981 Aroh lt., I'lln., Pa
Some -men make euamiel inet'udl of
frlend- because it Is leIs trouble.
qalId Power Bay rrass 1SS.00.
Oteatest, inmp!est, best invention of the
ase. A boy can make regular asied l4al8Ia
48 in. bales ike fun, and two boys ran
ble three ton per. day eresiy.
to the John A. Salze er Need ('a La Croms
Via., with.Oc. tammp for mailill. and ege
thlir bis catalog, fully dr'criblag Ii llgireal
Hay Preas, so also hndrtreds o toll anal
thousands of varieties of Faim sand Vege-
table Seeds. [A.C.L.1
It la easy to put on a hbod front iI you
have good backing.
Mrs. Wlalow's foot blng Ilyr p orchblldren
Ict hbll,aoftlnt bsK gums, reduces I nflmm nn-
tloua1lay r pla,euures wi4d eoll a. 20. Lbotteo
A short |sihted manm lwya erepct his
neighbor to look through his gilnss.
I do not believe Plao's Cure for Consump-
lieo has naequil for eouglil and eolsl'*.--Jon
P.Bowaa, Trlnity Slrings, Ind., Feb. 11, 1900.
Whin it comas to drawing roneliulona
all womre asn natural born artist.
r- aan Wsae ta.
Diseases of the heart have been on
tho Inereea la. Germany im recent
years, one peroes in every seven belg
aS*lloted tnlaeda alcoholism and eo-
eslrVe addlotilo to blcyellig and othbr
sport are named by Dr. Steokel as t"e

6TAr or OIcos,'IW or TIM, I
te T. u1M i. fr *

Likes .s f.

O&wTaM OL :. Casatar.
--I a. uu!J O tho athes

Eave JiIISW4 u $S00I 00P.W O iS,, S.
W ,fo lry rbi.

W 0in y o., 1TolMe, ,0
lsR iefor eometlpetfa&
ie UBlted Elates now has thrie
Itles of more than a mllioIes lIabb-
teas, but tbe fourth, t. Lou,0 b9 "
abiit ao.dO MOM
savings aeposita in Cieagle tanks
have paseed theo l100P0.,00 aatt. Ia
te P yt year tbhey haveb twcrss atw
tuhe WWW1. -": -,
Userv Y. eDalda. s. i tY Kleeeas
of A4Uas, .new t i miufge el, tQeaswta
, a4 iso ist te l prter, Itat j
~?Pu*3d~ ~l~r AS

a bomb.0:r~wt



IP. .


oa pi e "1 innte a
Is gripped, asis

,Ja a"ls
A~e. .-ams I il.u ,sIi,
S JUe eR. lI i. obne m
ad -ha d i d o imen of lt
It e. dles metIh to mas it a S

yeurr ago Ubine. ifrd w npM
timeh- Kf *dann 'i hwr thIn ne.

r. aired of. 4e. .'-J. '

Oy "i had Ia It.p tire l, imrs bef or
i. .,ur 1.i 1 ,r, y .a ii
-' eUelatt of Ab'ea "n. aa fto 'al *aeI

.te"n ow o amtaub e.ak tII cal4.
M r. Oi;a S. Lincoln.who r lde tI'. "
. Sl'- t,Le t N. W., Hamh.,l,,n, CJX i a.;

i Vi r of being n rn a nir i. h t h 0i t

hawn tor ypounsaten Abeinla.--.r. lhana
.eiio:n. Ile oify: iI le wra.s
sthe oue wo Perunae of Io LI.'n Iiine
whn now do in inu ch syrlk ail MY ehr 1Y .'
ever could in in l,'

1 ever a ow
tlhau Ifn pount in Pini-s in ."-. h %..
IO-na-i-otN Aut d) e lld ( l I '('
fill# telneted l ishe 11 ante S;)/(CUB.
Mli- Alice M. Iloes rler, 1.113 N. l'rr) t
Ave., f Altlint',ora Mii .. WO atrllt .
"l.aat priig I hil't 'rc n 1. 1 lt r i
and was partially aril I i. i t III rIaIeT r"
effect remamnel ltir.,,d!,i ti.. -ittwiantr, and
Sotehow dAd not rc' ,,r roat 1 ad a'aa be.
tore. One of my cull, .it1 aI,,,l. wiha wS
visiting try aked M On i 'nitaa ARLd
did so. and foUtrid it all &ilt tre thlasO- I
Sad xpeete4. it nt only csn nm or IT
a trrh, but restored mlu top, rfatr litth,
built pu the, catinre y-la ain a l bought at
a haapy heLlitg 1oi" hlivyatv y 1i1 'i4 I had 1tt
known for ycati.' -.AILo M. J'.liD-JLr.
A Aotres' 'rTestlimoloIl.
Mi- Jean CowaVill, triau|rl aOperat
House Tro is the loinralU .44t.a
with the AutLrey Stock o. lae write s.
ing the past winter of 1901. 1 i ul
(eIred (or sverl wehak from a everel k
tack of gripl, which left a scrioula ci
tarrhal eundliion ofl te throat aid hea..
"one onq suggnsted lW'en. Ass ls A
report, after wasting uuc time and ha
Son plyo iolaim, I trtled th0 remedy ft1ily,.
1tully, ltn In loew weeks wah a* w 1
ever. --ean owtill.
A BSouthern Judge iCred.
k judge HoratoI J. GOes, UaPtrlwU OU.l
Il "Dome e or sxz yeartago I had a ve
Ssevre 1p l l o gtpp whlW h t left me with
f nyseltnie ltarr. A friend advIsed n. to
try your Peruna, which d d, ani was tl .
a- medlately benefited annl olred. '.The third
r liotti eompletod the cure.'--ll. J. GoP.
If you do not derinve prompt and s*tslfsf-
td story results from the uas of P.larn, wrte
at once to Dr. llartmanW, in a a full *tate.
nient of your case, anda he wil be pIleCuR
ly to give yu thie valuable advice ratIs.
Addreem Pr. lart lm L'reaiientof The
la Hiartiman anitarium, Cclunmbus, Uhio.

c w._. ,
Elie .: w6

hIt.r and Proprieto.t 'the foUolatng s h M- t of person who
M ino been dpuwn by Clerk H .0. D. nton
a d ApLa I1. at CGa.t8-U tnprSeC.of Copunty Judg.e H. 0. M-.
a5co0sd -cla3 aStter, under Ae t ; .,a Mad .pty heriff. i. Chow"
liqinwry te e of ,#e i-ptw V
.and o Marc-h 3. ; "O (
ftblshed every Tuesday and rday, N A" cut
S1.0O a year in advance. *. .
ft* _rTrdIVM as

50 Cents for Six Mont"5,
25 Cents for Three Months.
Local Readers Ia brsave type, 5 cents
SlIne for each ln.ertioa.,
p.. pce for displayadvertimements priced
"im:-Qa application.

The editor in not ruepenaible fta t1
views of correspondeaUt or ehUeq ewCG
tributing to his col peqm.

After months of delay oar Hot-
orable Bosid ** County ComWiis-
sionera have bought road machin-
ery. NoW for good roads.
Tell an advertiser where you saw
his advertisement. It will cost
you nothing, and at the same time
do the newspaper man a favor.
The recent $100,000 fire in Lake-
land was a severe blow to that
plucky little Florida city, and
canues the sympathy of the entire

tate to go out to her.
ery man in Gainesville agrees
S.*Ith Dr. Strouse when he says:
"L:G "Gainesville should have a Board
o Trade." But agreeing with
hi.m is not enough-there should
-be some action taken in the matter.
It may not be putting. it too
strong to say that GalnuieillOW!l
have a. $3o,ooo hotel wItW.n the
nat twelve months. Som iaof 93r .
c mites are b1boming interest ia
OW' Ot tter and say we must hu*
4 1^ aotel. '
The anti Stockton forces are go i
tng desperate; they are uneasy- A'
iMlat to death; they have l
l.* b While they are abusing ato
Is l out among the people .t*.
ng votes. Stockton Is galutui
,. l gth continuaUy.
i b.,nt.olJut to keep up app.str,
u that the anti Barrs people N
W vttading to oppose .
:thely can't get over
9 w thE Ur(r)s. aad tihly ae.
tfi get ready to gt' o
S-1i44de of the Bar(r)si
the war news isto the
Wtlft Jgpta aa sunk and cap-
ntl of iuuslaa's fighting
-- i4ld aeveral tlhousand of her
.man, i uiW Usia in doubtless
gaiunt a hard proposition.
The city fathers have decided
-fiat the railroad must obey city
tdi Wiances Now, gentlemen, stick
.~ftA your resolution. Let all be treat-
V 4 l saie, and possibly the Atlantic
UOet ine wi legia to -show a
friealy spirit to the ilty.
eent Baltmore fire was
df the .aost destructive the
ever saw, and yet the city
able to get along withe
assistance. This speakl
em for the wealth and ps.
I I *lsperity of that thriving

SJMmiacskonville Metropolis and
| lOnpg contemporary told
Ui a lew days ago that
Vonai wm ead. It now
t the pA *Wee mOtsak.
1 *u.sianh.abesss*et w*

.Y.'of his death at 10 o'clock'
erb 10 wasa Premature. **
I 'The rt*no o the first page o.
-* UveVop last Tuesday-a-
S ..t g .amw .*-Owbh fair-no
b. remudod -: ninilar
they hem h 'a ,iThe
way evidences of "
ag, etc., but If bhe-OW tay
i of pure and undeilid e* -
aWflailed to get it into his
i mK W. Bryan and
K arrive in Florida
pANtt few days. How
.1 been to have
/i ,. can
ms any-

,. r&. Vua ,AsAU
lachua; R. T, 0.
X. Crosby, n,

Ward, Orange
Ri Orchard C. Davis.
burgere, MicanopyV:
i Mcanopy; C. P. Jolly,
H. Smith, Willlford; J. B.
i nsavillle; M. A. p.ealer, Ar
; M. P. Davis, LaCroae; W, H.
.1t: aoldridge, Grove Park; W. B. Lewis,
Alaehua; W. N. Wilson, Gaiesavil.e;
Geo. Dampier, Hague; S. XL. TIapala,
AJlachna; W. B. Riviere, High springs;
H. C. Mortin, Island rove; .A. 0.
Lamb, Micanopy; A. W. UonsuU, Osce-
ola; 0. W. Hyde, Ga"navlfle.
This term of the court will convene on
Tuesday, February x6.

Caisplgai Meetiags.
In the Second C agtemional Distriet
the CampeaIpca Com ttIe has selected
the followtag plb6ea snd dates for cam-
paign meeting :
SMiami,n March ea night.
West Palm Beach, March 3. night.
Fort lierce, March 4, 2 p. m.
TitusvUlle, March 5, night.
Sanford, March 7, nIght
Orlando, March 9, t. -
Kisaamm-, MMn,,T eo-.
veLaud. M a.r
oGrmp Cv. W 1ah n, noon.

01Ma ty, ah ..oon.
xel0tI Wea h p, nooep.
at. Ag3 eht.

A no w '.'"
W4"lres. April 7 ,mo. n.
.antbdmt. April. np oo.
IMt hie, A ril ,9 non5.
W~iief, Aprill i, night.

'2m,. April so, a p m
, J04% O tak$ ,. 14 =a:n.
i' 1 r, noon.
44 ,.

'The Daily C.ital thinks "it'f
MtteAiW to t a"m a dd drunk than
oo liliy jag."

_],bma Hale Gronwe doe,, the wck.
Ue+ i- by Dr. &. B. oidding, oalne
vl and te Poaio Drug store and J,
A, inkida Bovine. ela.


Pbeatting soe
,s u Uthe editor Is not
caslaetions the editor will.
.U /.be responsible. Over politicaJ
.9minjl'ksJtlons--whether advocat-
lg the candidates of our choice oa
not-mar appear either the word
",0ommuuecated" or "Contributed,"
as the contributor deslresa We be-
lieve that go candidate .o*d4,bge de-
nied a hearing In ny newspaper, but
we believe, also, that A p40per should.
be expected to d4i.Pol p~iaes to thd(
interests of any on4. ate entirely-

Candidates 1 f0 county Eonmison
er, school baird and minor omcea,
can have their annouaceieents in-
sorted In the Star until after the no-.
ond primary for 13 So each, C"d all
other caandidats--County, State and
!dval--for $5 co each, provided,.
however, the anusnonoemet doea not
oepy more thanutwenty lines, head
aod signature included. and cash ac-
companies copy for announcement.
Anythingin addition to a twenty line
anaotaesment will be charg-
ad extra, except our editorial support
whXh we reserve the right to bestow
according to our own liking, and for
which no charge wll be made.
Any candidate. whether favored by
the 6tW Or WOt an have as much
apsae In th, paper s be. will pay for,
"an4 ur.' vat wiUll bt nade Known
"" 4.yplatton. Prlends of any can-
ddato who mavy desiTe space in these
sOiltans for then pua of advocate
IS -Ills favorite, or voritem, ay w-
ures pace akt tie a*me. s*e1al rate,.
but be it known to all, that we are"
not doing a "credit busineos"--the
aah nmtat come with the matter to
be published. .
No. tt1q, ,.Y...Aprit as:. '99.
Dr. 18 oisdta g.,
pea Bir:-Will you. kihdly inform met
by return mail if yon can send your 5t*.
bottle of eair grower the Unparalleled
(ltradeMark) pnd if so I will send you
a postal note for the mame. Please inform
me the amount ot postage if it can be
When in Floidea the winter of 1897
and '98 I used ive bottles of the twenty-
Av@ o1g apise and produced a nice growth
of hair wbeMe jt hWad 1a pgtltrely bald
for 4ftee year', and now I would like to
try it ones more if on al et It.
Your truly.
$9 HtekkD St. J. W. HAVNBs.

State of Plorida, '
County of Alaehua,
City of Oaineaville. J
Personally appeared before the sub-
scriber, a Notary Public, In, and for the
State of Florida. at targe, S. B. Giddinigs
who being duly sworn by me deposes and
that ile above testimonial was sent
L* hi by mail by J.W. Hlayvne, a m3a1
wllo' li'a hid ncver seen or heard of,
also that he' ad iso klowerdgp of the
man ever having tised or procured the
Unparalleled Iair Grower. and as far.aa.&
he knows no one had influen-ed hinm to
send it, and that thie mnan has never i e
celved anything for sending it.
dworo to andsubsorIed before me thl,
jath day of November, A. )D go;,.
SJ. M. RrvRss,
' Noltary pubjc for th t State of Flarlda
at large.
Notar puicfrt' fFe



0T THE-'j

Big Auction TownII ts
Sale of unu L"l0,

'A February 18.

Balloon A &ii and
Parachute Jump,

500 FP t Sld* for, Life.
eehe !ling Qwyers, America's Greatest
'114 e4f ..m "ai

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we^ Have.. '

In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
t i- g 'up4to-date" Shoes for Men, a
Women and Children, at popular
.prices and, of tth'best makes.

We call

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

SJ. D. Matheson,

0 Biand LBleiat iev Oope. ( 0inOville, rip.



Cotton Department,

& CO.,


Highe C price paid l or e a Island 0to0j

In Seed or Lint, Large or-Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.

Robt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given to
JB All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail t'rders Attended to
Promptly. .... ...


Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.

John H.


Old Reliable Virginia Shows

And World's Greatest Trained Animal Exposition will Exhibit in
ARY 17, giving two grand performances-at 2 and 8 o'clock p. in.,
rain or shine.
See Mary, the best trained elephant ot earth.
Isee omeo, the largest and heaviest lion in captivity.
Spjs Jloapy, the champion high divitig dog of America.
See Bolivar, the smallest, cuttest and pretiest little pony
in the world-only 26 inches high.

wiBeato and 'rom Grotnds.

OPEt fraoe O

SW5 W.: ..Bi'hop,op
pist, Finest

i < MR%

A. ?'--

an. G ft pany

Is ..XseUmlli.hleabrleeWp pace with but
our fIacl Mes 4.W.0. to all demands,
vwihsther y* W4s4do bmld one house
0 e doem. Vo V9 m o m the right oad for
the right Un dstae l.- r when ou come
Sour way. We 6 a p11 l khnd. of Build.
has Material f d Italt and isidle finish
to """ompeftm y dwmllin, hotel, i.toe or
factory. TeU M your' wants. We will
do the rmt.



Air Line Railway
Schedule i effective December 7, 1903.



Lv. Jacksonville 7 15a

Lv . Jacksonville .
.. Baldwin .
.. .Waldo .
Ar . Cedar Key .
Lv ..... silver Springs.
...... Osula ..
..... Wildwood
a ile ty,
lat ity. ,
..... Manatee
. .Sarasota
Ar .. Tampa .

9 35S
o0 15
11 46
12 20po

1 26p
1 58p
2 55P
5 lop
4 14p
7 o8p
7 28p
7 45
6 oop

Lv Jacksonville 9 o 7 op
tAr Feruandlina .......10 15a 9 Oop
Ar Brunswick ... 12 Oip 0 35P
Ar Savannah .... i lop r 50
Ar Fairfax ....... 3 cp 1 44a
Ar Denmark 3 57p a iA
Ar Columbla ... . op 3 J5P
Ar Camdeu . .. 7 40p 5 54a
Ar Hamlet . 9 55p a oa
Ar V% ilmigton..." .. ..... I1 o0p
Ar Southern Vines i l8p 9 36a
Ar Raleigh . 53 10 45a
Ar Portsmouth . 8 ooa 5 3
Ar Richmond, Va 6 35a 3 lap
Ar Washington ..... 10 ioa a 36P
Ar Baltimore . .. .I 25a 11 s25
Ar Philadelphia ..... 36P -2 5oa

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4 04a

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4 45P
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I-v Jackonvill ..... 3 40P 9 25a
Ar Lake City. . 5 sIP 4
Ar LAve Oak ..... 6 3.P l i
ArMpdlepp .. rf'!p
Ax Manteol6 .. ...... 4 op 3 5SP
Ar Talalbassee 9 4op 3 25
Ar uinoy . . 4 17P
Ar River Junction .. 5 05
At Pnsacola . .. to 50p
Ar Mobile .. ....... 2 55a
Ar Now Orlanms . . 7 25a
Lv Jscksonvble . 8 .up
Ar acop .. . .. 3 4a
Atlanta .... ...... 7 5oa
Chattanooga . . a
Neahville ...... .
St Lonis ............ aa

Ar NewYork. .....4 15p 6 3a.- ChIo .. "
Cdays. tou les t oa pNlpPtto, M~qat., Qnee; and anusota, o~ 31, except Satur-
days, from Gaineavilii.
l'raia NO. 34, aboardd Bpreas, drawing room i'ullmaK soepes.. between
tamipa, Jacksonville and New York. via Ritlnmond iad WauaIto0. Vestibuled
day rqacheq between Jaclksavijle and Washington, via Richdi Cafe dining
car service frotn Jaoksoville.
No. 66, seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, agg U and express cars between
.1 acksonville and Washington, and drawing room uluan sleeper between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. S5 connect at Stark for IaCroe. Alachna. WIUIfosd, Wapnee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Uarly Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleaa sad Jaebamville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tafpa tsfaday, Taesdays and
Thursday, II :5 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDON LL, As't Gen. Pare. antt Japagip ,
I, C. 'CBj'T"grket A46at, Gaiut'yttle,

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Tms ri'): n Effect July 5, 1903.

Daj 8. No. 4
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Rapid Transit and Unsurpsae .
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Ttle. the hibil4rn to see our litle baby Lions and .pretty little
, wwaderfil performing Lieas, Bear., Wolves, Camels apd
ti. P edcatet Horses. Ponies, Mule, Dogs, (oats Mon-
Sa.Uad e Grea t O-Aeobts, GOymuasts, Coetortitlats, Aeriatists,
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