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Last Day of Winter Bible Confer-
ence a Great One.
PREACHING AT CHURCHES.
Closed at the Tabernacle-Will
Send Two Missionaries
Friday's sessions of the Bible Ioiifer-
ence were interestiing and well (tttenli.l
-Dr. Browi-, the great Bible teaci e-
fromn Virginia, delivered another one of
his.ablelecturesoi Leviticus at 9:3,)a. it.,
an4' at ,10:45, Dr. Lei. G. llroughtlini,
Atlaitag' fstoinua IBapt st divine, sll)ke
ablyandlqLatereatinglyon u inesubject liblei
ftldy Prom a Systei.;.'ic Standp-int."
At .o30 p. ut. Dr. Brougton, who was,
compelled to return to Alanta that even
ing, again spoke to ani appreciative atuli
enco. During the few days while IJr.
Broughton was here, he grew into the
affections of our people, andil many liipe
to have.him visit us agHin. At tie even
ing service the audience was large andi
gipactaniit, ji was understood that Mr.
1. I. Ha4ley, who yorks saiong.theonit-
gsta in New York gity, conducting the
IJerry MeAnley mission, would speak
agali. and all were anxious to hear huin.
Mr. f1adley is an earnest worker for hlie
lord. For a number of years he was a
vagabond drunkard, gambler and for-
gerer In.the satun districts of New York
City, but he was rescued by Christ's ser-
vants in a mission there. and for the past
twenty-one years lie Hlas liceii working
day a:id iilg* tIQ save Just sucl as hlie
himself was before delivernaice cane.
His work has been wonderfully ble.vedl
In New York, and in Gainesville lie It.lI
the same stgry'o Jesus' power to sale..
8ATURhA V'd SESSIONS.
Dr. Brown, the able BTible studleal,
again Ictured on the Blook of I cviciis,
at 1l4y 13o, a. t. service, ani tlihen lvn-ii-
galIlt D. 11. Strouse, fathierof D.-. Sltiivae,
preached one of the ablest and nuto. e i.n-
eat serAonop of hl- life, and viua: y ex-
pressiona or profound sorrow were liei. I
on all ideas when the good ev.ingelAt
announced that he and his good wi'e
would leave that afternoon for other
fields. They went to Palatka Stit,-,.lva
afternoon, to which place ie huloe.
evangelist had b-en called to coinldivtct .1
revival mectiug, hie best islea of the
people o0 (alnpaville followed theii mild
ji.I r.qaiu with them'while they lalt.,r
in Pal thl. Dr, W. Blaoltstone, of
Chicafgo, one of the most lnip,'essive
speakers who visited the cofs-e ence a.id
who had already deliver -ed several veiy
able and iatereuling jecLures and ser-
mons here, again spoke i L the qfte. ;loon,
and iqqny w Wo hgar4 tihis talk, decla.-ed
bhat 4 wws the best of all.
The audience Saturday night was large,
and Mr. B. H. Hadley. that man of God
who cane here from Wa(er Sreet, New
York Citi, whee he and h:s gqod wify are
spendiagihbltir 1lvq in it e ae.vice of Ihe
Mastequ1 ijuCtang the famous Jesry Mc-
Atuley 11NSoa, poke wQ.da of warning
and of hip. Mr. Hadley, havin; been
himself sleced asiit were from the very
jaws of hill, knows just what is needed
to stir up hardened criminals in the slums
of a giqt city, and while his .all's along
thop lines are always inte.estihg, they of-
ten bing tcass q (hq eg of bis hearer,'
The Meveral hdrche of the city were
opened again Sataday mornLig, and then
filled with people eager to hear the ser-
At thb J int Baptist church Dr. Clar-
ence B. Btrumie, president of the confer-
ence, preached one of the ablest and
most e4'nmt se-nons our people ever
heard. Mlaa who heard \t maid it waU
.he gj -< tD it Id i. W 1. D.
Pepper, d J ladaelpha, p -eached to an
himmwe... aulfgia at .he Meibodist
churde, atd .t thM Prmbysrian chu. cb
lt. B. Mi.eidJey oU Naw York city, deliv-
ered as able ernioa to a fuU home.
P55th n CnUnllbI, of the Episcopal
church; iag'. of the Adveul, aLd
Ij*t qf ; <3 qth~gis
ee a aum--egptsuoa t tie feQsective
Thefm., poMl Mb mote people at-
tending (hrlstian worhip in Gaineav:Ue
last laFy a the lo1030 a. m. service
than lVAMNfe a 'om tune in the hbl-
two ?RllLwelre the last of the
f e .I..
414* jaiad w tti
te of the Atat
page111^. btiiiie 9Fph
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY t6, 1904.
lid respi,g..d wtiil 0 c.1rUiiR pr.,e s di.r OU NAL
i ig the service. I'rof. Arinold, the chrll.ir .L H L RNA
1i- 1I cougregatioui sang beu.l;fllly said U
Siaii, snd many persons went PRAISES SHEATS
f -rward for prayer.. The services were
long, but interesting, from first to P I E SHEATS
last,, and many were aiy when they --I
The closing of tlis conference ended Says That He is a Despiser of
the greatest serici of ineetings ever held Littleness.
in Gainesville. It was a genuine t.eat to
hear Dr. Srouse. Evangelist Srouse. Dr. --
GOwlvin, Ilrs. Bottomue, Mrs. Taylor, fir. A SCHI)LAR AND A CHRISTIAN.
llackstoue, Dr. liroughton, Dr Pepper.
Dr. Brown, Mr. Hadley, Prof, Arnold, -
and others, who have preached, talked, n Ko
prayed, sting, etc., at these meetings. Every oter i the State Knows
Tre conference was a great success, and Where to Place Him-A
will ie looked forward to next winter as Friend of the People.
thle greatest eveit of the season
['ONTR I TilTICD.
RESOLUTIONS. s a scholar, vs a Christiani, as a stu-
lientoll ,etxtcatloiai systenisSilo problems,
lBaptist Church on the Resignation of 1 an-ln elducatorta s idsenisacquain protaces
7 Pastor J. B. Holley. popularity, in thie State and out, Supt.
Whereas, Blrother J. II. Holley, who Sheat. is fir niore el;gil'e than any op-
has so ably ministered to this church poient of wlomi we have heard. But.we
during the past two yea-s, has found it wlllhl speak of him as a manl. The
e-.pedient to resign this charge in order Aimerican conception -f e.sential man-
to devote more of his time and talents to hood involves virility, backbone, courage
expounding the Master's cause through and determination. These qualitiee are
the nmedlium of the Southern Itaptist; the distinctive ones in the make-up of Mr.
tlIheefore be it '-h]eats lie is a despiser of littleness-of
Resolved, nBy the First naptist Church effeiiiniaty in men, and for vacillation or
of (Gainesville, Pla.: equivocation lie has no toleration. Sev-
i. That in acceptiiR his resig.natlon eral instaiice'scovme to mind as we write
that we crpress out profound regret he which, were not tihe actors still Ia the
sees the necessity of tendering it. land of the living, would be "most edify-
2. That we w;ll always point with love ing reading.
and pride to the great accomplishments As for courage, to question his would
for the Master's cause under his able ad- Ie to confeu total ignorance of him. He
ministration. is courage rout the top of his gray head
.*. That our prayers and hopes that to the sole of his foot. Time and again
llto slune measure of success and reward have we heard him warned that such and
will follow hiseff.orts i his new field of such action would cause enmity here and
usefulness are earnestly tenderedl him. opposition there. As often his reply was.
4. That in parting with himself and ..That Isn't my look-out. This Is what
his wife, that this church realizes its ought to be done and I was elected to do
great lo.s assil prays that the unfailing it," or words of like Import.
hl:id of our Lord anvd Master will speed-
ily guide to jis an undershepherd as well The blood of the stock of "Old Hick-
cipluipped to carry on the work so well ory" which courses in his veins makes
u, irrwsy. him a Democrat beyond pe.'adventure,
5. That we again express our love and bt radical De rat as he is, he had the
gratitude to both I ro Holley and his couragethat few Democrats have ever
wife and assure them that this church had, to line up the white and black Re-
a ill over hold their memory in affection publican contingent in the Constitutional
i.l, trust. Convention back in '85 in order to secure
'i That we earnestly hope that our those educational provisions which caus-
eiTlved tro. lHolley will retmemher with ed the bitter enmity of the old line lead-
IIi s:.ue pleasure his stay among us, that era, but are now recognized aa the salva-
'e illl in c,.ietenipsla.ig the advance- ton of the State.
inillt that we have sren effected. It was a brave thing to champion the
li.it a page la e set apart in our cause prohibiting whites and negroes
lm. tlt. for these resolutioua and that a tbeing educated together (thereby bring-
c,.v, lie ditlivercd to our helqved pro. flg down about his ears the anathemas of
I1,.l 'c, I .d tie Southecn IBiptist aid the %le Northern churches); and perhaps
I.>. ml.u I'pt p b k titites wlth request to even a braver thing to add to that pro-
l.uuhlt .t .i, vision that "impartial providlon shall be
I'e.-e iile nand adopted by the First made for both." Yet both were demand-
It ,|i...A Church of (talues1vitll In confer- elI by the dictates of every worthy motive
c<.-n .,:t-ihierd this :4th day of January, a-itt are among the wisest provisions of
,,,, J. Mb. RivEr.s, the constitution.
Church Clerk pro tern. It requires courage far above that of
politicians in general to fight for a certlfi-
WILL RAISE FLAG. cation law which he knew would briqg
-- onil him the curses of every one of the
Washington Camp No. 8 Will Raise thousand or two inefficient teachers of
Flag Over School. the State and then through twelve years
Oin 1ebruarv 22 -VWashingtoQ's birth- oi administration, unfalteringly and ism-
lay Washingtoi Calmp No. o', l'atriotic partially execute the spirit of that law-
Qrdle Sons of America, is going to raise or so much uL it as the smaller calibred
a flag ove; the Gaitesville Graded and statesmen saw fit to leave on the s'-.tute
High School as prescribed in the order, books. How easy it would have been to
_--.....i--- ':.. I ave f lll r inlth thi t iarIvi
With tat e e gy which cuharacteri- s .:
8, she is dele. lined to be the first camr
in hflorida to raise a flag over a public
school. Prof. J. II. Fulks in hia kindness
of heart and that interest which he man-
ifesLs toward all good things has arrang-
ed quite an elaborate program for the day
wi.h iectAtklious, pa.riotic songs, etc.
The brass beund w;l take part in the
v--e.-eises of the day, and'the members of
Lbe U. D. C. w;ll attend in a body which
of its self is an a.murance of success.
Gov. Jeniungs, B. L. Lyden, N. 0., and
other prominent speaLers have been in-
vited as well as visitors from every camp
in Florida. Most of our v.-ominent edu-
cators have kindly consented to be pres-
ent Pld help with the program.
Every one is invited to attend- the ex-
ercsea rind it a expected it will be a red
The John H. Sparks Show.
Forge lteral cleanliness of perfo:mr ice
there has not been an exhibit in this place
for many years that excelled the Sperls
show. They make no pretense of baking
q grwat th e-t1ln g;orctu neither do they
adve. tise UtLnh s they do not exhibit, but
simply travel frc.m one 'place to another
In .he"- massive carn with an aggregatonu
of per:o.meia and animals hbat keep you
waithing for the two hours of perfor-
mance wi'h es much interest a if they
had a t.ain of fifty cars and two bras
bmnds. The whole of the Beatisg apsaC-
ity of tswer elcub tent was crowd end
several hundred people we compelled
-of stand or to accept seat o the reass at
.* sieof tte circus diug. ekdet hay-
ing a good show they are free yomn a gsng
of pasmlata that asuaUy follow shows, i
the pa a of gamblers.--r55i3vaie
SWHUIle btIsO aieaPlstua"brmaa17.
+. wufylub 'eu' o es ? -B?
5 -.I !;t i
.-Ave a en in wit l le r ILrogressive
movements and been popular; but, no,
he saw in his mind's eye the so150,. D chil-
dren-your children- over whoAse future
he stood guard and he fought every Inch.
Not only for the law, but for the spirit of
oar public institutions and the honor of
the schools system he fought. The
"Aged Teacher's Crtificate" abomina-
tion was foisted upon the statutes. His
experienced eye maid that the most de.
serving would not benefit by it and the
undeserving would. Immediately he
throws out every safeguard possible and
spares no effort to elihnaste the un-
worthy from the enjoyment of the pet.
petual right to-tesel became of unfi.nes.
Unswervingly he refuses to be draw into
any favoi tsm, while as the price of 'his
honesty he sees once trusted friend faUll
ing away, to enlist in the rants of his
scheming enelien ,
Called on to address tUe people ot a
community he is prompted to speak what
be feels will best tir thom to-better Jxr-
vision for theig own childrmaL. No pW-
itlle hoped of gal to hinuself lI so doiMg.
Poslsibly he is overworked, and hence ill
prepared, aqd speaks too strongly or not
sufficienUy politic. His reward is to me
votes lost and his consoat'on a clear con-
science and the right to mt, *"Well, it a
true if they don't like IL."
A skiful of blunt sincerity-that's
heabs. Nothing eould be further howm
him thin pi.-iilty, and he's just as fr
from big a"Sag'IltUM'" etererto rural
popoulity. To beae, he'll oCOaasDlly
ask for a plgl--it It'sba es he l H
the ehew. HelU talk c"rOp and st1nk
with ihr larns, bitt'st boames heb s
a real nteret talsMuch .Hiua l ha
knows far waus ashut timM thaU th
aene fqamer. Wea, an-W. h w t
kiss the lasmI at thadt f bih O.
IpiiM.^^w th e V, v VP^l^,T-."i>"-L*
A BOARD OF TRADE.
Mr. E. E. Voyle *Tells Why Ualnea-
ville Should Have One.
Fn11TOilt STARW The tinotlter of a Hoard
of Trade has been agitated. but nothing
definite has been donu:.
CGninesville is. without any question,
the iest inland town in the State, and is
situated inv the heart of Alachua county
Aseally as the year i8oo this was well
known as the beat part of East
Flo.ids, and one Fernando de la Maza
Arredondo, a inerchant Prince of Ha-
vann, Cuba, arranged to locate a colony
near Gainesville, and in 181o Royal Let-
Lprs Patent were issued from Hlis Majesty
Ferdinand, King uof Spain, to Arredondo,
to a body of s8o,aoo acres, and known
ai the Aeredondo Grant, and near the
middle of which Gainesville now standrl
Airedondo well knew that this was the
choicest land in East Florida. as it conm-
priaed immense bodies of very fine atil
rich hanmmiock land, prairie land and
pine; in fact, comp.-ised all the good
qualities and such land that would make
la.rje crops, as the few acres under culti.
nation by Indiana showed.
Look at a late map of Alachua county,
and you w.11 see that it is i iterlaced with
railroads, more so than any other county
lit Flor'da, and why is this Because of
the qtant'tles of material that i supplied
'from the land; such as phosphate, lumn-
ber, naval stores, rock, cotto., and the'
lar,,e truck farms that meet the eye of
evewy one passing o0. the trains.
In Gainesville we have the largest Sea
Island cotton dealers in the world, larke
phosphate Intemests, mineral oil works,
ferilixter factoiea, playing mills, coffin
factory, wholesale hardware stores, and
many oiher local industries too numerous
to mention. We also have the best ed-
uca'.onal facilities in the State, and point
with pride to our East Plorida Seminary;
which has tu'-ned out more thorough and
successful men than any other Institu-
t:on in Florida. We have here aa fine a
Hligh School BuIlding and Audito.-luin as
can be found anywhere; also the Florida
Llible Confereace Bu'.ldng, which will
And above all is the health of Gaines-
ville, which sl supplied by a spring of
To protect our industries and foster
iun.'graC'on is why we need a Eoard of
Trade, and by such means show to ihe
world that Ga'nesville Is the ideal place
in which to live.
I t.ust that our citizens will not let this
matter die, but organf.e and help build
up our city. E. B. VovLd..
EdiLtor Galnesville (Pla.) Star.
DRAR Sia:-Since many of your Flor-
Ida readers---nq well as some In this sec-
tion of North Carolina-are acquainted
with the contacting pait:es, you will
probably not object Wo publishing the fol.
lowing shot account of a quiet home
wedding In North Carolina:
United in marriage at the home of .he
bride, near Gr'sta, at 4 p. m., Feb. 1o,
Miss Annie Yales and Mr. Roy Gs-'in,
in presence of the immediate families of
the bride and groom, and a few friends.
Immediately after the marriage Mr.
and Mrs. Griffin left for Cerro Gordo,
the groom's home, and where the happy
couple will make their future home.
The groom is the eldest ion of Capt.
and Mrs. Jesse Olfin, of Cerro Oordo,
and one of the most wor by young men
la the town. The bride sl the eldeat
daughter of the late .'. and Mrs. B. P.
Yates, of O.-sts, and is exceptionally
popular with all who know her
May a long life of happlunes be the lot
of this worLby young couple, is the wish
of their many admirers.
Death f a W Mae. -
Mr,. Jno. 0t. Browar, luperintandent of
the Alachua county poor farm, died at
the farm at a late hour Priday night, sad
ws bu. 'ed Sunaday mornlong, Iev M. A.
Clouts conducting the funeral services
f.-om the home of Mr. W. IX. Brown, son
of the deceased, Ia West QWuaas'ile.
Deceased leaves a large number of soams,
daughters, and oiber relatives andi i
to mourn his departave, an& to all of the
bereaved the Sta eatemnds sympathy. -
The Christan WorkerV' lnvtltutea pe-s.
ed in the Bible Tabermacl yetrdy at 3
p. m. There ware more than a hundred
present and the' Ientae .by Pr. J. RC.
Brown was just euch an ones evry Bun
day school teacher and other Bible stu-
denit should bear.
Thee tlectums wln eoiiSua--eMv avRY
si-eranu-uadl the NIeafnsg .a t.N
chautaqua, wlkkcbi If op*th In tmtabl
ernacle juast oe weks frmupsat aftsy.
The peringleowA the p u0ltm4 swat 14i
. AbeI buUIMA408
,lle ,arBill -i@i ^---wi' E i- "'!1"-I'
Sheats Criticised-Holloway Is
SHEATS' VERY BAD GRAMMAR
I. E. Allen In Pensacola Daily
Reporter on Holloway.
rciN T r'Ir" l Ti"TII. I
':litor l'eniin-ola litlly ;lewa:
In aimswer to your question, "Whlat's
the miitlter with Slleati?" I will if you
lease, make te tnllowing statements
which cannuit eie coutrove te-d:
The first and only time I ever imet Mr.
Sheets was at n teachers' association helil
at DeFl'uniak Sprining, several years ago
iMr Shelate inll is nl drlrss sail I all the ild.
Pwlitief anneunoemor ts.
Annouacetleats under the above head,
of reasonable klgth, will be published in
eat'h and every iue of the TWICK-A-
WKKKAR STAR from now until the caim-
paign is over far $5 for each announce-
etit. THe CASH must accompany the
copy for each announcement. Announuce-
menets at this price must not contain
more than TWJNTV LIN,, including
head and signature.
To the D)emocrats of Alacoha Countyr
As the State Executive Committee
hiaveselected the ioth of May fee holding
our Primary Election, I hereby anaoulue
utu self as a candidate for tlte oetiton 0 1
Clerk of the Circuit Court e a AlacM
county, and I solicit not only the vote,
iut the support of my friends to secure
umy election. If elected. I promise to
perform the duties of the office faithfully
and fully. I make this promise kaowIl-
thoroughly what those duitles are. They
have already been learimed by experience,
and I trust that all Democratic voters
may consider mny appeal in making their
AAMUIBL i. WlGrInM.
tucatioin, wealth and refineinenut wis in Clerk Ciroult Court.
East Flai'da. Now jusLt think of n mate tllow lieuocrats of Alachua county:
SulerinLtetdent usiigtsi a ligllar verl I hereby anouc m se tl yet candy idate
with three subject, education, wealth fir Clerk of the Circutit Court of Alachuna
and refinement, leaving out the fact that county, subnhjt in your action in lthe
he turew out an insult to every other sec- I)emiocralic 'ritiary. I solicit the sup.
tlion of Florida. Still further, i n his ipien- arofise to discharle the duties of thet
I'onI for tenachersi, lie puit the Iollowing oiree to the very best of any ability.
"How arc waste atetlil ellininated J. MAxitV DULL.
from the blood?" Material "are." "Why
are each of the following celebrated in hTotheotff
history." Think of it, eacht are." T theVotera of Alachu ysCo nity:
Again, "What effect has alcohol ami hereby atuoutce myself a candidate
Again, "What effect has alcohol an for the office of Sherifft, subject to the
tobacco on digestibn?" See the two sub- action of the next Democratic primary.
jects, "alcohol and tobacco" "han" in- If elected, I promise to discharge the
stead of have. duties of the office to the very beat of nUy
Such gla g errors fro a State Super- ability, and I solicit the support of all
nSuch glarhlg errors from t State Super- voters at the'oli.
intendant int this eulighltened ase, are Respectfull,
enough to mnakeKlrkham andMurray urn W. C. HAouN.
over in their graves. It via, lbyall means,
try Mr. Holloway, hoping he inay know Sheriff.
enough about g,ainnuar to recognize the To the Denimocratic Voters of Alschtu
fact that "*Two or more nouns, or notuns County:
astd pronouns joined by sad Inlst have I embrace this method of exsressain
verbs, noun s and pronouns agreeing with ny warmest appreciation for the con
then in the plural number." fldence you placed in me In 1896, an
r In the caune of practical education I ontinuoerely t first that dte to thidenc a
sincerely truit that your confidence ha
anL now and always will be, an earnest not been betrayed. I have endeavored, tc
worker. I. E. ALLim. the very best of my ability, to do mn
P. S.-['ve not written the above be. duty, regardless of peronl or the cone
cue I love Mr. Sheat le, but ra qeene to myself. How well I have sue
Cas loe Mr. Sha le bt ram eded I av to you to judge. I have
inae more. I. A. been encouraged to believe that my el-
81,CATS SHOULD ou BiK aurvna n. forts have received the appval of th
peaceful, law-loving citizens of oet
D)eFuniak Herald: The time baa comtie county, for which I am truly thankful. I
when W. N.Sheats should be retired. Hlie am again a candidate for the office o
has forgotten, long since, that he owes anpmrimand will appreciate your support
anything to the people. le is due ies po- duties unfetttred with anyd proe t
sition, since his first election at least, to special favors, and shall endeavor In thi
political tsickery and combination. He future, as In the pad, todo myduty the
has become arrogant and dictatorial. He best I know how. Promn If hed
or defeated not to te a candidtet for ths
seetin to think that the position of super- office again. Respectful
Intendent of education of this State is his LW. PnW. PNLL.
by right to the extent that he treats the
marn who would oppose him as an Intiud. County Superlntendent.
er, without i:31ht to ask the suffrage of I hereby announce myself a candidate
the people so long as his appetite for the for the office of Superintendeadenlt of
office Is not yet satisfied., Publie instruction or Alabcua county,
He measure largely the qualification subject to the action of the Democ
of teachers by their fidelity to him. Mr. port of all democratic voters.
Sheate claims to be much Inte.ested in Respectfully,
the blhiher educational interests of the J. O. KrtLLUM.
State, and yet ha sends his own children
out of the State to be educated. Why Is Counity Superlntenoent.
this? Th:8 is the first time this political I. am a candidate for the office of un-
manipulator has had to come before the perintendent of Publlo Inntrs cti of
people for nomination, and he will be so Alachu county, object to tae as tIP
omnpleiely snowed under by the ballots the Democf Democratc pr otry, and ee
of the intelligent voters that the lack of I will fevor retrenchment and the pays
faith Ip him thus expressed will stagger meant of the school debt.
him. J. L. KgIa.Lv.
HO .,OWAV a o. X.
Macclenny Standard: We publish to-
day a brief sketch of the life of Hon. W.
M. Holloway, of Alachua county, who is
a candidate for the office of State Super-
inteadent of Public lastauction. Mr.
Holloway is one of the foremost.educators
of Florida, a man of practical bahuiss
ideas, and it is safe to say that .he will
make an excellent official in the event of
zITmrn D VO TIr r'oeT10o.
Orlamdo Sentienl-Reporter: W. M.
Hoioway, candidate for State duperin-
Ulatidt of Public Instrucllon, is a man
not only pect.mlarly fitted for the ardepus
dotie connected with that office, but by
nmascn f his intimate personal acquanlt-
ante with the rank and file of educatoN
throughout the Otste, has that close touchI
with educational msater possesed, by
PalLika Tises.Herald: Tom MeDlesh,
who is undeniably one of the ablet writ-
eat ia the Siste, is now "whooping 'em
1.' for his old fseMd (? HMlut -. %t woi
afte ore th To tge bi hiw
ver, to eovionae thma ukat t t -a
te lrgaste ai th a-
iln ar ieen.. tia Ii re a* I a
I hereby announce myself as a candle.
datq before the Democratic primary of
Ala county for rlecitlo pd e
Aceof Cputy Judge. HavIg1 5b#/thly,
honestly and implrttitly a5all M ym
official duties In the pstI p stidg mi
honor to continue to do mli' I te ,Jsiw
If elected, and will be very NOi9 4o
the support of the alse Toe of
the county. 0. MAsaO.
1 _evtlflly amum s mwaif a a
oadidst oIM tam WAc of T-axAmmor of
Alob a r.mty-r Mbjat to te Deo-
4Ha it appointed to Iii out the
t fmnt asdeoore, I now
askllow Dmperst of Alachma county
for their w e*- t-tt poll.
It w lldo l n lM My psr to make a
faithful pandeaskent ap r and toi tia k
*a more penfet t books each @us
PAlow ZDsoerats of Alaehna County i
d forr et- to ha qi of Co0*ty
be cri daring the essepaga,
Dl. Merrit iorthlell,
ctineeville, at the Brown House,
Peb. 24th and 25th.
High Springa, Feb. 26th and ath
Lake City, Feb. agth, March 1.
REMEMBER THE DATE,
agSkmvfto le fet#elo .
The New Travlers Hotel, H W. Hea*
cock proprietor and R. W. CampbeU a.
distant manager, la the place t stop
when you go to Jacksonville. iMe
rooMis., good table fare, reasonable rates,
and centrally located-on Bay street, hi
business center. Mr. Campbell to of
Waldo, Alacneu. county, and it will af-
ford him pleasure to treat nicely people
from his home county when they gateo
When ym go to Jacksonville and want
g6od far anlud polite attention at toNa.-
able ooat, Inquire for the "TravelerW' Ho-
tel." and whi you g to Gret Cov
Springs stop A the Rllversida Hotel, of
which Mr. Hanooek is alao proprietor.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Mrs. A.
L. Stringfillow, decas notice is here-
by given that omditore, egatees, or dis-
tributees and all persona having claims
or demands against the said estate to
present such claims within the time pr-
scribed by law. All persons Indebted to
said estate will please pay amounts to
R. L. STRINpIoIarLOw,
Administrator estate Mrs. A. I. String-
C. C. THOMAS.
ATTOaMIV AT LAW,
Opposite Brown House.
'Phone No. 97.
ATTOMNXV AT LAW.
Office in Miller's Law Eachange.
Home of the Orange.
No Jrt. No lX rtUu, ,.
The land of *it N 1we
Opea@n*. O~ lal- .
late faid nd06e0S.
Prm COuban Land AMutes
Andrews & Todd,
A id YoUW Lorq s ito
J. Runkle, Proprtul* -'.4
.: ..... . _- _+r s-%
"1 ii I
Ill I I II II
e clamiS.. .,1 _-__ Strldckoih ai'"
ening Our Status rr Sumr ry or mo .Work o in.
i, Impqrtalt ev Work
4 f~* t "o b f la y '
NENT RUSSO-JAP WA MONEY VAULTS SAFE
.. .,_ savannah, Ga., for tr. ...W4.-
rllons of Neutrality Law Explain-11 Si dto maIt .W of t Perttuede llOW
ed In Lengthy Documsent- -UnfItM .S elsli and Populcee are Moving to,
States Will Hends'Off in -Republicans of VBuha Sulld a Oreater City in
Trouble. an lI W the Araof R
Tadorsed HarrW.rdsa aS
Soov ThursdayIssued delegate t gi to the Amid, rlM sUtill hot a$ of0klsa
Ssproclamation decl aring th antral- I l, of neacola ltmore has begun a ta eu
ty of this government in the 4. 'l the police court for With the dawn oat a lear wter dway
-J apanese war. Tihe flocument, after te poid and fined by the wh b tn w I t I
setting orin the heaxtempe of a state.'ti aspiration, the aatby gave wV to
of war and that toe laws of the U.ilted '. -,uJlpl outh Carolina legilature rgy, and boa the 4pwise it the
a-ftalps,, without Interfering with the J i tsp passed a bill creating anew atate to the t4 & p %%h %t e t h if
free expression of opinion of any yrm. t1*rtmeht of continerce and hast- ppt of the tite f y -
pathy, or with the open manufacture _The national department- a to t t a
o rsaeof arms or mu tio ssat-4rte ete n ai lUa-iim
or Bale of ams or munltlons ot. ~tUlture has issued a cirWlar d al if fe eM m
neverthelcsa impose upon allt -prne e wo lch has begun1in t n t1 1 a fltttfle a-6
who may be within their territory and anter the enmerger e rl !ro- es mt ay ,W4owS s aut-
jurisdiction the duty of an impartial congress... to l .ht the rttf t a roles that a- thelts by virt
neutrality during tlhe ex.stence of the'ton bll weevl -f t S.l o ea Frt m this coy feretn
contest proclaims the provisions of a.. .f,. lq 1 aw th is eontw e
the United States neutrality law The hoe has e n t e a e on that Baimore for the
which law forbids the acceptance of a senate amendasMtgis te t- tPat 0. pr.en.t needs o outside help, but will
coitamisslon to serve either helliger-* cency approplatiUo.bill t strata Sll endeavor with her own resources and
ent or enlisting or hiring or retailing h ion of 4.00,001W by MWe r rment those of th etseta SHRD HRD DLLL
S another person In the service ot to Lhe Loulslas Put *a eaporaltloUa. those of the state to meet the emer-
S ether; fitting out and admitting ore -The n1aal awStop atte commit gooecy. At this conference .also was
comeiissloning vessels of war; Increas- tee., in ts rart to the house. recom- derelopbd the machinery for an advia-
l'ai o the force or armament of any amadea that pI8,k8000 be e-pended in ory legislative comalislon- to act in
S armed vessel o er of the beiltg- 4ullln l new ships. The total carried conjunction with thie Isgtalawtu.
C rent t arriving In United States y th* naval bill is $96.336.638. Labor Is already in demauti and the
parts : setting on foot any military oX- -1I the postal trial at Washington newspapers contain display advertise-
peUtLtion against either belligeir6nt. Thnrsdaye Mrs. Machen. wife of the mants for. men to begin the work ,of
,.- 'hat free ships make free goods, defendant, wept bitterly. She em-l. cletri s rtoe ins; -
4n, Ila to say, Ihat the effects or goods braced and kissed her husband, who AllU thlag considered, the publlc
melotilg to subjects or rltf ens of a led her from court. Stook-taking that engrossed the bunl-
power pr state at war are free from -Charles Mr. Schab has sailed for ness world of altimore Tuesday was
Scapturo and confiscation when found IEurope. It Is said that he has been atisfqctory. But this does not mean
Son Joard of neutral iveisels, with the weakened by the strain Incident to thM the great fire was a lesser calam-
exception of alrtlcles of contraband -' j the ship buldling treat aseeures., lty than has been pltured In these eas.'
S war; that the property of neutrals on -The Japanese bave anther patches. The words that have hurried
board nn cenmy'-s vessel is not sub- .te ons Port Arlhur, hd n r over tleaph wre, restored by al
ject to confiscation, unless the sam ttack oeth t h b e at, supe.aman energy to meet aw
S be cpntraband of war." ed that tho R a lt hs bep e- wtinag world's demand for eow
I. The proclamation declsares that no u r have giea out bt an inadequate con-
person within the United Statf .-shall -A revelation to imnintent in Non? eptlok9 of this attrophb of a con-
take part in the war, and waits all duras. Martial law has been pro- tuTy. The bald fait Is that 140 acres
e citiaena "that while the free and full claimed. o f fliness buildings, representing
eApressioa of sympathies In public --DpoorM at% of the eighth AlabtMa property to the approximate vtlue of
and, private ls not restricted by the osagi0shgillt lstlict met .W dnea- 3156.000,000, were destroyed within
laws of the United States, military yt fl.ed date of primary for twenty-four hdurs.
forces In aid of either belligerent cAq Apfl 11 A great ofoud was lifted Tuesday at-
t ot lawfully be otilginated or orgalim avuie, Vs., council ontidering ternoon. when it was discovered that
Ised within their jurisdiction; and r9aolution to withdraw city support practically all of the vault" and strong
1' that while all persons may lawfaly, from Rescue home, pending investl- rooms and safes of the -financial con-
sad without a restriction by reason of nation. Mrs. Coatell, matron, has been cerns whose buildings were destroyed
.-the aforesaid state of war, manufac- convicted of severely beating an Insane are unhurt. A tremendous loss in as-
,:'..tyre and sell within the United Stataes inmate of the nastltutlon., curitles had been antielpatied here, and
.." mnBs and munitions of war, and other -Republican state executive com- when vault after vault yielded up Its
Srtiules ordinarily known as 'contra- mittee of Alabama met at Birmingham trMaures unharmed the Joy of the
-Atblsd of war,' yet they cannot carry Wednesday and Indorsed President guardlkns was boundless.
mu t1Ck articles upon the seas for use or Roosevelt's administration. From the Oonten ntal Trust Cdmpao
,srvice ot either belligerent, nor can -nytockholdrs of aboard Air le nf oae alone paper to the amount
thby transport soldiers and officers of ortckhdes d r of more than $200,000,000 were recov-
ither, or attempt to break any block- mad meet at Petersbrg, Va., and for- ered. The news cheered the whole city
either, or attempt to break any block- mally ratify the loan from Thomas F. and encouraged immediate and thor-
tilde which may be lawfully establish- ma.l r oan tr omo and encourage d Immediate and thor-
do whichand maintained during tablish- Rya, and others, of 5,000,000. ough Investigation. Merchants and
Swithoutt Incurring the risk of hostile -Hon. W,.J. Bryan arrived at Bilr- their assistants, smoke-soiled and be-
Sapture, had the penaltles announced mingham, Ala., Wednesday morning, grimed and hollow-eyed from anxiety
41y the law of nations In that behalf." At 11 o'clock he spoke to the students and loss of sleep, worked like 1ibor-
of Howard college, at 2 p. m. at the era in the smoking ruins to uncover
iS : A "GOOD ROADS" BILL. reformatory, and at 8 o'clock he made their safes, and In nearly every In-
D R B a speech at the theatre. stancoe they were rewarded by intact
Introduoad In ths Senate by Galllnger, -The condition of Senator Hanna contents.
of New Hampshire. was practically unchanged Wednpaday. Another surprise was the discovery
senatorr Galllnge', of New Hamp- -A relentless war la being waged an that three financial concerns, whose
pihre, who bas for years been a. chamn- isurers by the authoritUes of New homes were directly In the fiercest
)-'on of the "good roads movement," York city. aweep of the flames, were practically
ba ha ntrodnuced a bill for national aid. -The Hqultable national bank-, of unharedt ompay, brow n Bros.' bank
I.. n the construction of roads. New Tork, has gone to the wall owing rnd the Mercantle T rust Comp bany.
S "The constitution of the United to bad loans. and th* Mercantile Truo t Company.
States," said Senator .allinger, putv No one vefitures to oiter an explana-
noates," limitenatorn allinger, put t-The house Wednesday, by a party ton of the remarkable escape of these
"no such limitation upon the govern' vote. unseated Mr. Howell, the mem- buildings in the oelfter of a heat so
: meant as to prevent Ihe co-operation .ber of the tenth bannsylvaula, and bulldnts that metal frmmings heat tho
provided for in this bill, and, so far gave the place to-Mr. Connell, the con- skyliltense that meal rimminspped throughle
S as public policy la concerned, that re- tatant on kylghts melted and dripped through
mains to be settled by the consensus on to the desks. In the Mechanles'
of opinion of the peopao of the UiJated -It 1 almost certain thit thl Pan- bank the time locks on the vaults were
SBtAtM" ma treaty will soon be ratified. iPes- still running
--4 t ". Ident Roosevelt sla preparing to pay There are between $11.u0u,000 and
S WARSHIP t0 SAN DOMINGO. the $40,000M0G reqiU4gd jn9 to ap- $16.000,000 now in the vajits of the
,. .___ point the canal commission aub-treasury, of which over $7,000,000
'- Reis Year Up Amnerican Rallroad -The situation in stricken Balhl- are In gold.
ad 8tate Department Ae t. are began to visilbly clear Wednelsday
SNews has reached the state depart after a conference at the Beilvwlre Slg Eremen Bank Breaks.
lpentt th ~bhe JlISnlaes rebelS wan hotel between Maycy MoLane, a *p- The banking arm oft Stephen Luehr-
el iAg up tie A isaye sem al Ja 1B1 c olint committee of the legislature mann & Bofe, at Bremen, Germany,
a Puerto lata and, ga. l and a formidalble dOlegation oft repre- has- failed. The assets are estfft-%-d
Dooish$g. The state d e nt sentative hissipess iq at 9360,000 and the liabilities at 31,-
k is caused warship to bo to -A-n Importaat bHidge on the trans. 0.00o. Besides BreSiheon, the prinoel:
We! ormqr pon. -. Biberian raulrea hb been blows up. pal places trected are New York, Lon-
*- it is auppoid, by Japanee agents. don and Parts.
it'lL.ITiA WILL B5 READY. Thirty person O o W .f iU '
n4*4V ,er" e' ... Detmlned to Step olThe r alto d Btanty w.Ij.ein a --s.
l awlemnese at Oal Oree. olaratlon of neutrality u A eult of Russaapanese Wan
S .herif Williams 'is to ve nil an p e war. All other, p' .t r Arno neas ofu Ten Per Cent.
k tbority at Clk, Clp'uT a., t eywidolikewise- New York dispatch says: War In
r:'.,5orerno wishes r., taUtainf lttW jtlrew?'Hay's noe"h ti i th lia r ast has already affected the
^...hrdugBk The civil aut orltles a pin l powem to joptly ghuaranteo t It e n pisee goods market of tae United
.,ipoce to the military. But, If neeia. ity of th Chine se empre Is muson Sate. The majority of prominent
I* to .enforce the law. he says he f"lmitl at frigp, OStadM imports houiS have Jlust announced
*'will cali oqt the militia. Governor UP'1, --The Mlussis9lVC0&ds" passed a adlvme al prices of 10 per cent on
2" ster han made the following statement: bItl $lab ttempld elmrilat snal ult tabttal and other aslk fabrtca mann-
;, "For fear they do not, the miltia a hpslg preille. .T* exsrJip* pMep- tsetued tl lapat.
Ill be held ready tEgqn ;t a moment's alty I a bs, IhNretofore ten yesn I-* They give a their reason-the faet
noticec. I beevei aSy j-ob d people at prIoatllig '. thatL -any o dthe o4pematlty-sand skill'
el- Oreek deptore p' i aots -T uat'te l istts ed han4 tIn the various ftetorles have
Share ready to pM commiCatt i rolias pasd been ratted for war proposes, and
We the peaco." ', 'aol.Uaa.'tt | l^ Rpoaiyeltt ad this pilet eannet be ,flled.
,tJAPB BRANORD TRAIT60 PI .traUOhl' .. of th, HOPS PFO MIN|Rf OONE.
flawshe hite gfrled to learn
iriurg'Newsaper Chari the tO IL' i an additional All Man entntubed In Harwlek Mine
y With Base Treachery. is** a tor-Pttoraoi. BelIevWd to -Be Dead,
-eWaWpaperof St. Peoersburg ILa Of IQto p t Aait l A peoelat from.Pittablur Pa. says:
'-e -ti aetlin .of Japvre-S9 S p t o- h Ilat h1op for toe life of any o'
ta s h".I Ie 1 Mn.0tombe d In the Hlrwtr
q*0deat- that it is "truly .g
datiting that ith. issue ;$t'Isethes -ileghe'iy Cn,, Comvn -
*1a on land, t t he troB e ek P. wsa e -
Soumt, -dis. p.,l4 be brought out alive.
P the Amstto ,' 4 N P"EVOf -
le Ofielele term
n-receiv, Qis-)p t _p qn e
,.* *rft 11 *ei* e*** *f t e
.* l,.. RMnIlt ef War. ,
The .move .made by eeretarY May
Ip onniRotila with the .ropoed neu-
traJXition .0 China iu, aronued the
gireatest inreost ip dtplomat Oflircle4
at W3sbhigton, and I# consquence,
Thursday being the regular weekly
dlplomatic qW, W ma n sore Unn tb,
usual number pf ambassadors and main
sters called at te state department.
It la uandumtood that while, as a mat-
tr of eattesy, Mthe epteaetatives la
Wa.sila. of. the powls algnatory
. tfPtta t utwee aormeaed by
Sevmstay liap tht woUure of his
proenitiu, yt wtae W oaly for
t e it ewaM&dr itret-
ka ahu, UWws the" qedet am-
Mhasiillaithm mMi eaters. It ta tead
tt amaa. bet aMt all, o the oeetr :es
* etaed herT replied and that 1heir
rMpOe wee geswrlly favorable and
esllafatory. Bat its declared to tie
'too early yet to publish the text of
Secretary Hay's note and any of these
replies. It to aIntimated, however, that
this may be done "as soon an the ne- -
gotlations en tbhi point have been con-
As some doubt was expressed in cer-
tain quarters as to whether Japan
would consent to" be bound In the
fashion proposed, it can be related that
such taformation an the state depart-
meat has on the subject Is to the ef-
fect that Japan would welcome an in.
international agreement neutraliring
China. An intimation has been thrown
out that one reason for this apparent
sacrifice by Japan of. the prospective
fruits of victory, If atB succeeds iq
her campaign, la a fear that most of
the great neutral powers may grow
covetous of more Chinese soll and
saeie the opportunity when the bellisg-
erents are exhausted to extend their
* having in mind her own bitter expe*
rience ,as the outcome of the Chino-
Japanese war, It la said that Japan
would rather forego the appropriation
by herself of Chinese territory than
have the same appropriated by -other
powers, which had not been put to
any expense or suffering to gain it.
One of .the inoldents of diplomatic
day witnessed with great Interest by
a number of persons In The neighbor-
hood of the diplomatic room of the
state department, was the meeting of
the Russian ambassador and the Jap-
anese minister. Count Gasslol was
chatting with the Austrian charge; Mr
Takahira was alone. The Russian
who Is dea not the diplomatls corps,
bowed with marked politeness and for-
mality when he received the minister,
not once, but twice, and the Japan-
ese returned the bow In like aLa:nner.
Without speaking they parted.
SENATOR HANNA WPIAKER.
His Condition las Consildered Serious,
If Not Absolutely Preearlous. -
A Washingtpn special says: Sena-
tor Hanna's condition is very serious,
it not precarious. His physiclnis real-
Ise this and are watching the case
with the greatest concern. The sena-
tor was considerably weaker Thurs-
day, and as a result his pulse bad run
up at 6 o'clock p. m. to 104 a minute.
The Increased weakness is the 1ire:t
result of the fever, as the official bul-
letin show there were no complIca-
lons. The physilcans hope that the
fever has reached fts worst stage, but
whether or not it has they declare
they are unable to say. They are sim-
ply waiting for developments and real-
Ise the patient has lost ground. Ex-.
traordinary precautions are being ta.
ken to seoure quiet In and around the
hotel, so that the senator may get all
the natural sleep possible. Motormen
on the street cars almost a block
away have been requested not to ring
their gongs, as the:r sudden clanging
seemed to Irritate the senator. After
the evening visit of the rphysatclans
Senator Hanna slept -for about an hour
and a half, which considerably refresh-
ed him. Dr. Carter remains at the ho-
tel all the time, so as to be on hand in
casae there is a call for him.
POUMTEEN DIE IN WRECK.
Two Traln on Canadanan Psetie Road
In Frightful Orash,
A apeelal from Ottawa, Out., says:
Pobrteen persona were killed and more
than a score Injured in a collision be-
tween two passenger trains on the Ca-
nadian Pacific near Saa4 Point Thurs-
dAn official statement given out by
the railway company places the re,
sponslbillty for the wreck upon the
creW of the westbound train. Condue-
tor Ndd, of that train, admitted that
his engIneer had orders to stop at
Sand Point, but failed to obey them.
PLLONIDA TOWN HEAVY LOSER.
1ig SlDse In Lakeland Destroys Prep
erty Valued at *7.00,
An entire block of business houses,
iaeludisg a hotel, were burned al
Leilapd., iea., Monday morning,
- The l is estimated at $1.000.
wtht Isburance of about (ionimlird
The a% me of the fre is unknown.
TI eatire fbrased district will at once
be raut as brink,
NIW S"ATS DEPARTMENTS
efr5d hm Sill Paoo by tm e l
TPhweday, s4s4 a I.S ib4fs
i bfH i"i.ft '
on Csar's BoUted N vy. of Fri
SHIPS HOURS DU.COMBAT CITY Is UMIWONDE'
Captured by Japanese Orrl-mr In VmAd itO? -the 11314ps Mark.
the Pirst Tweny-Four HourG DmeW tt.n i b
of the War. QO plte.
A cablgraim to The Aossoltted Tbb teouWii Wg ltrty W given
Preos at Ban Franclsco from Nagasaki ou$ .1t eMonday afteoo
states that the Russian cruiser Varlw ati 8t U W k '.'
which was reported to have been sunk Th e..$ro thlan two
at Chemulpo by the Japanese fle.t, .le l e sti of the
was captured and arrived at ase. bus. as-" M the tile.
The dispatch also states that In ar- vd. ry' 'pli t o the toe.
dititon to the Russiaan vessels damaged s o, aoes sd o- b oe o troyed.
in the torpedo attack at Port Arthur, T -i. ess he bees ast .00.000,000.
that seven other vessels were ap The less s at $00,000,000
tured. early In the dy, i.s now reported to far
"Thers was no casaultios among the .e these figures..
Japanese and their vessels sustained T. lebegan Sudayof H rnit n Co.in
no age.t and fwhollowe house of Hurst r loona. ,
it Ia also reported at Nagasaki that a -.lopwl by tepT1rt d ploslaos.
General Kuropatkin has arrived Wk
Harbin to take command of the Rus- phis and all neighboring cities rushed
salan land forces fire apparatus to the stricken city.
The above dispatch indicates that Several thoun"d firemen were en-
s.ice the opening of hostilities the Jap gaged in fighting .the flames.
The leglelatute 18 called In ex-
anese have captured or disabled six- Tra she sl to auterI the declaration ex-
teen sips of the Russian Asiatic fleet. ai to ato the declarat
Three were disabled by torpedoes in of mari al law.
the Monday night atk on Prt Ar- The city Is being guarded by state
thur, four were disabled In the day ads of deralputies, policeugmen anted fireby thou-
naval battle off Port Arthur Tuesday, ndof deputies, policemen and ra
asevbn other vessels were captured and men.
one disabled and another sunk at Che. altimor's h l* a million people are
mulpo,. making a total of sixteen In appalled at the disaster. Businessh a
two days. suspended. The city is under martial
two Thousand Rusiys. Captured. law for tn days and the life of the
A special dispatch received in L great metropolls is literally suffocated
don Wlednesday from V'oklo reported Many of the principal banking igatt-
thae three transports of- the- Rusean tutions, all the leading trust cokman-
volunteers' fleet, conveying about le, all the largest wholesale houses,
2,000 troops, have been captured by l the newapper offices, many of the
the rapanes offos te Korian coast. prinelpal retail stores end thouaian-ls
he apaner of e Korean Loaste of smaller establishments are comrn-
Asummary of the losses sustained pletely destroyed,. while the thousands
by Russia in the first twenty-four of employee who depended upon these
hours of the war with Japan shows sweeping through their streets armless-
pthat tt Rofsaln warships woere ly, stunned into forgetfulness Of their
placed out of aotlon in clio way or
rndtatown calamity which has befallen their
another, and that the Japanese did not -beloved city.
lose a ship. The losses were an telb
lows: Weeping men embrace each other in
Battleship Re.an, tpedoed d despair and women stand cowed wait-
Battledaip Retl anh totrpedoed ad in together as they view the track of
beached at Port Arthur; battleship the flames.
Poltava, hole below water line, at Port Scores of men who closed their
Arthur; armored cruised Boyarin, dise doors Baturday o eight as trooperous
abled by Japanese fire at Port Ar- merchants face utter ruin today, many
thur; cruiser Polada, torpedoed at had little or no insurance.
Port Arthur and beached; cruiser No- SeverAl large Insurance dbmpanies
vlk, hole below water line at Port Ar will .doubtless go to the wall on ae-
thur; cruiser Askold, hole below water count of the great losses they will he
line at Port Arthur, ,ruiser Diana, called upon to pay, and those that will
hole below wat-, line at Port Arthur; be able to meet the losses dollar for
.first-class awmored cruiser Varlag, cap- dollar will require time in which to
tured at Chemulpo, Korea; torpedo meet the demands.
gun vessel Koriets, destroyed at Che- At one time over 400 streams of wa-
mulpeo ter were pouring on the flames.
The Japanese have also captured at The are department of Washington,
least five Russian commercial steam- Philadelphia, New York.and Wilming-
era, including Ekaterintoplay, Mouk.- ton, Del., having rushed assistance to
den, Russia, Argun and Alexander. Baltimore on special trains, but it was
They were captured by the Japanese useless. The flames took the water
In Korea and adjacent waters at va- as though it were oil and only leaped
rious times since Saturday by small higher and wilder at the attempts to
c-ulsers. Some of the steamers are check them.
rich prizes. The small steamer Koelk It was a fearful sight to witness the
is detained at Yokohama, tts status not progress of the fire. Splendid build-
being lear. lag of ten and twelve stories would
loom majestically out of the smoke
DOMINICANS IN PERIL, and flames and water fn crashing to
Sthe ground before the firemen could
Ire of Uncle Sam Aroused Over Killing reach them.
Of American Sailor and Firing The thunder of falling wails was
Upon Clyde Line Steamer. continuous for over twelve hours, In-
S termingled with frequent roars of heen-
A Wshlahington special says: Spq-or explosions, when gasoline tanks
s ad dynamite nitored in the buildings
clilc Instructions have been cabled caught Aire.
Rear Admiral Wise, commanding the It took twenty-seven hours to stop
training squadron in Dominican wa the progress of the reat fire.
terms, regarding the protection of Amer-
clean shipping Interests there. ile anything like adequate o-
The firing on the Clyde line steam- e co-
or New York by a government gunboat putation of the probable loses Is at
as reported In cable dispatches pub- this Use outnlde the real of. poasl-
llashed Wednesday morning has aroua- blity, estimates run from $78,000,000
ed indignation In official circles, and It to $00,000,00Q, with the confident be-
was Sald at the navy department that lisf of those who ought to be best
the probable course of action after posted that the Saal reckoning will
such an outrage would be the seizure be nearer the latter figure tan the
of the government gunboat by Rear former
Admiral Wise. So far the Ioss of life and injury to
peuar has been singuarly smal. But
O A --- one man, a vllsting fireman from York,
POLO GANG OP BURGLARS. Pl^. has beet killed while but fifteen
--have been injured, none of these se
Teoreh and Guns Used Tn Robbery of, rioudy. Sone are reported missing,
Home Near Phenlx City, Ala. but the list IS aall .but few have
been rendered homeless. Thousands
After burglarising the home of Sam a tee of thosns as, howee
Waller. just west of Phenix City, Ala.. had theftr meam of earning a Ilvell-
early Friday night, robbers ffred at heod taken Suddenly from them, and
Mr. Walker and members of his tam. the suffering will be very great.
Ily and then set fire to his house. "
The kitchen and cook't" house were Million Asked fwor altlmore.
burned, but the main dwelling biwal w as introduced Ir oagrep p
aved. Mnd*3 hb' Rri eatltvt Ktnprihb,
Investigatio showed that the bur. Illinois a pprphtUla 1.000.000 for
glan had stolen a lot of silverware the relief of eerl from the'Ba1U.
and a watch fsiom 1 nh L.j..._.i._ *._ 9.tre flia
aily was at supper..
VARDANELLEC A BULWARK.
Rusala eaks an fOuBeI to Far East
for .Black Seat Fleet.
The report of Russia's attempting'
to arrange with Turkey to permit the
lak sea fleet to pass through thi,
Dardanelles sl revived, and It is added
thab Rusi&a i trying to cure Great
Jritla'n -consent There Is .o eoan-
frmatilo of the report ia autboritaguve
ST. LO@i Qt0 H6MA LOAN..
. ees. Agrete "teua App''ip',tIe
19e^ odiMRIt toisll~ ilii
JtO t s if^-^~cZIiM^fT^
SANl HELD RESPONSI)lL.
Killing of Amerloesn Sapil to be
AVenged by Unela San.
.A specal from tan Dlage payI:
DrasU action is Prposed r 0*
nade Helert I tine 1 tb s States
"crute sTakee t .ptep ,, "..
. 0. Jo .B a., the ].' ,,.
A" *''Z '"' 'S1'''t'' .* ''1*'1' *'"
cleared & T4
Uttr of Concern
SY b4,-look, its t.
n ethe The highly pmi.
softf of the table is thought
to Ube Q l -..rltl that it niust nt
bq O! A up, mlW In consequence the
lhu SIil 4h .s a new anxiety In the
care o"tinst zaos highly polished top.
A let lb a little hot water, a drop
aoftmil.ch *oyt g but OlrnamentalI
ad whMbis t oea tay removed. PrO-
eLaurlVMU7 d._MU ,a are required, and
thi' OhMq'illdth'" or table pads are
udlpe abi. A very thick cotton pad
t..,,W w0f-140 lt. to the purpose,
Whleb With asbmstos table mieis prove
a great help. The asbestos innit are
allpped into embroidered linen cases
and th become ornamental, or em-
broldered pieces 're laid over them.
Heavy crocheted mata are often era.
ployed,.and mats of coiled coret elaR-es
ar useful, on account of their lthiik-
gomeUtimes a thick blanket IN Iiii nu.
der the regular hush cloth: in fnn-i. the
bothekeeper takes every ipiosibll
means to protect the varnish of her
But this top must be displnyed aI
the cover Is relegated to obmniurly.t mid
a square OP circle of embroidered linen
of Battenberg work or of ren;alsin,..e
lace, not too large, is put in thie e-intre,
and a small but handsome Jardililer-
stands upon It. This Ia the only ('denl-ra.
tlon adjplssBble. Often the talI is en -
tirely bare, the owner's eye glo-iing
upon its mirror-like surface. Tli,- hll.
dren ate forbidden to touch it. "Illnnls
ofr" is the cry, and rubbing nii. pnolisli.
rng and dusting are added to thlit hu,;.
OIn for the "good old ditys" wlil
"thllgs" were not "in the sadilel" mild
riding poor tired housekeepers io
death! The elegance and the chilnlor.
atenegs which can be secured Isy tie
rich only and which we try to imitate
In our humbler way Is driving rimtoin
to despair. The "girl" becoming more
and more eeessary to relieve the ltdl.
worked woman, and she grow. il--- and
less obtalnable.-Detroit Fre-e Pimn-s.
searhabf For Leprosy Cases.
"Government qlfcalne in our nnl, ii-ii
who are tmnployed to look out ,inr l-I,-
rosy cases certainly earn their toiny.
for they are constantly going tI the
most remote places in the i-lunn-'
said Louis T. Percival, of llrinelii.
at the Bhoreham. "The ii'iltniy f,.r
the disease la banishment to tin,- i1uir
settlement at Molokni, and so gr.ntl is
the dread of this enforced oi'l|tailloi n
from houe anil kindred thInt I'* 1,i0
In the first s lagea of the diseai.m- will
be secreted for months rather filiinl
give them over to the officials. I know
pf a man who was hidden in I n-;ieva
near his home for three years lInfo-I
be wasr found out.
"All suspects are taken to tie .'n-
tral station in Honolulu andm o.\:inini--l
by a board of medical experts, if ntne
.verdict is that the one' examilinl i h:i
the disease. no sort of influen-.-. 1n,)
Social or political pull, no
tions of wealth or power cain keep thi
patient from jolping the rank o, lCh'
leper colony. It IL only by su i,-li n-
clad rules that the whole poplliinmn
is Jnsured freedom from the ispreadiL o
the disease."-Washington Post.
istly's Army or Emigrants.
Those who follow Italilan affairs a.r
perfectly astonished at the statltsil.-
of emigration. In 1869 what was inn-
sldered the immense number of tl.-.
000 men left their native country, tin.
emigrants osceillating between that int ii
135,0r0 up to 18$1. until in 1887o ti-i.,
numbers were 215,000, rising to 2'11.-
000theve-rynext year. Arrived at ili.
figure, It seemed as though the mnit-
mum must have been reached, and
that the numbers would decline, liit
instead in 1801 there was another rise
to 208,000, maintained for three con.i
secutive seasons, the century closing
with the enormous namuer of 852.eS$J
emilgrants; but even tuat was not tie
consummnation, as in 1001 they were
588,000. Thusi, in the first two ycnrs
of thlo ealturt Italy sent over 1.,'.-
000 soI to other countries to enlange
thee the already nwmebuH I llan col-
oaies.-Riomne Letter to P aJ Mall tia
The "Dolg Wiagen" to 3edoa.
London by nlght is shortly to have 5
unique attraction in the shape of nu
elegant traveling triseuTnt which
wll perambloato thestret for te beten
edt of tiloe who deitre retreshment
better than that provided it the or-
dinary keek stall.
The traveling restaurant consists of
a tvishly ornamented va, qpme twen-
ty feet lob by sibx i width, with a
doorway at the Side, to whideh the cus-
tomer ascends from the street by *
'mlniatute liht of steps. Colored glst5
pwnel beartig alllegorgal design ?
froem the wdows i 0 tae ds no, .d
the back of tr*-aw -r tI u trge let-
"ter tb aunIma i lt *' ht lunOch.
wklwh gavt *it 4 Ieaton of the
AmericAas tatg of Ut Itw departuret
-Lomtde paw Ma4
Owso baWd on L for t. Amer ca
Inda o de 7ttI6 weall ve, lBB. e"
001e4OI on iWe, _r at-. mae
tractive waRl ev riiw tf tie naurserY.
Chile an W u"M.V. ttd with
it, the utnn- li"jv ''* M Wkh ar,
these uailnolit -O$'r which- .
a,,tod..M I umLienets.
25*' ~ ~ ~ s ormwSn^eB einco'
ain Bwimn a,
ill a I ,
A Ab happlaier p ,
fORmed oier land or sean,.
eo aet sand fair,
d' '.0 oee S-- vee me
,11 Baltinore Niwse
)LLY CARSON stood at
the (toi of the khiteliL i
stairs sliellding lth t glw.
Ing fingers (ie 'cantile Lthtl
she held above her ltidti.
She hatrd mice scurrying about numing
the pans that Aunt Sally biad left ol1
the table when fhe went to her ciar li
for the night, und she s liri.nk Iro.u vnt-l.
tulrin Into ile darkness ibelowt. liutt
as she hesitated, IIering anxi loiusly
down the flight a gronn front nnotmitr
room ended her roliieltiince. riftling
her skirts she rain unick-lly over tIhe
ataira, for EIdward. lhter it.litanild, lind
been seized at midluigl: willit a violvi-t
headache, the result of riding too long
1i the auu In theo IfterunoQn, ani l wis
beggitn deliriously fo1" Ice. .o ii4
Majly. must have, even if It UIL';ntI
bravibF t.e terrors below.
'The refrigerator wsvi in a tlont-to
opening frolo Hit Li;elI.i. iMr-. (;ir-
sont found lite door shlut :ni .Ist'ten-il
secelirfy ag Inst nil l: |r i i'lihitg. niml
shalgiigs s, u l li t :l i. t (i l.: i t.e ,i
glinted umnll'iou' ly nt -cr li-ih' ,h.L'.
koerhole, as if itiatiiin. i : r hiimbi!;iy.
itunnlu upn siir- ishio L.-ft i 1,.: :i
Sri0a, m as his haosteg Is4 not
lqOd or' evew shut the door -at the
bead fl the stairs he followed In her
r Molly found Edward aIn wild delirium
that even the ice (lid not allay.
"WhAt shall I do? Oh, what sliall 1
d o? was her dumb cry, ni he astrugr
Sled fiercely with her, and In answer
came the thought of the burglar. Lear.
sb Edward to fate for a few minutes
s*e ran to seek her fellow-bouaebreak.
er. She found him In the dining room
looking over the sliver by the light of
the candle she had left there. As she
entered he turned, startled and made a
nervous gesture toward hbl pocket.
"Oh,. I'm so glad you're still here,"
cried Molly, exciedly. "Please come
with me. Mr. Carson Is dreadfully de-
Slirlous, and I don't know what to do.
Come," and hae twitched his sleeve to
haaten his hesitating progress..
McClatchlo followed slowly, but once
In the sick room his diffidence vnii-
ishtd. Many a case of delirium trie-
menai among his friends htd given himu
s ontidence as a nurse. Molly been.itne
his subordlnito with instinctive star
render, for sithe saw that with the sick
man hlie was alert and capable, and(
showed a marked gentleness bred,
perhaps, by his vocation.
Three- o'clock had struck before Car.
son fsank Into the quiet of exhaustion.
Molly's face fairly glowed with grati-
tude as she turned to McClatclite.
The mait grinned with honest pridi
Though the smile did something to re.
deemn his fi.ce, Molly appreciated foi
the first time since his abrupt appl)nr
I ineo what a rough-looking fellow h11i
was. Now that all was quiet she grew-
c. ger for him to leave.
"If you're going through the villlige.'
plio said, "would you stop at Dr. lU'ru-
dy's and ask him to coiie here at onioe?
It's the rock house opposite the p:Fst-
The grin faded from MeCitlchle's
"T-it rock hou-e, opposite thie post-
,fl -e,?" lie relieateil. **I'd rat her not o
ihoere, MA'aii. You see-you see. I've
visited there once to-night alrendly."
,tliht why should that prevent you?
01h! You mitian you-? O-oh!"
Molly stared at the mian with some
llih, fear :is the Inport of his wori s
hilwvnei onl her, hut her gaize nt hilln
niprtiehenled Eidw'nrd, and a griiter
f,:air sel-ed lier as she thought of lie'r
iltuntlon if left alone with him du'rliin
a111ht Da t l
die on the table III olie iivlmm.m r 'ini, .imal .\l(I' tcliln shie looked g
wn'tt out of lomors t, try 1 0i oi,-n.t tli"; mitd then whispered:
outside shed doi.r. ''lt itlu.i i i.nliI '- id any one siee you?"
dimly througli fche :. .\e rl a-i oi .is- ;in1. "No."
b whipporwill (,ilu-,I ii --..-n tl.v i;, m.tt "Then if I should writ-
near-by flehl. il the ni,,: iih:i ,untlis .3, t not leave It there? Y
niore nlelnnmit-l ly in f':.- N .ii i i'. ,i i fner voice broke, and shi
itOUntains thmi uany lIhtr6'e ti it) tilh lure of helpleeuseas. Thb
world. teu-rs was too utnch for G
The outer dloor pr.\o'.l qs olb--i:Ilh "( o head and write.
as the imintir. .M113lly r.iifl-uj I iini. grow tled.
ind thind fell t1 i lt li;tI :. i Iltin,- ait- nRill- At half past four the o
ting over n |ltle % ,iu '.n t ;.l: I :t The i with lolly.
tears rollIel C,,iM it I.r 1., '- .. s :-s she "Ias 'W ( collipoundillngi a
tigged witi l 11m ii- .. i t :-'-u til it I nllg' i'" Flie i -skeul, sntillun
of gauze tore I r lin..-'-, I mt i -...- ,li And MeClutchile, waik
not mind lth, :i.'. i ... .-.l.,I in :- :u i,,-,mtt's ott his way to De
ward's Tou-' itn-mnli.. i-' I -.- i 1-4 ii-rionclng n sensatlon n
alind falling in tin- I t :.1 -,'* l .ii .. .r'm iri'iitgr for n iwoiman's I
sputri ed her Iu .imti .,.I .1-v-i i i.i, I ly-a lot- her liusband, anad
deafened lher to the .'.-.. ;1, \ !h i ,iniilnccueo over Ils i
poorwill. 'ie ildI 1.1 m it i .m; t i though li is pockets
sound of applirotiu-l i.4: .i .- i il 'i.v York Tim'lues.
r nat ca uuie l itit tl, ini,- .r-Ill Y' i .-
house so quickly thuLt l.h i.lm',.-t r. Il The Dalrj'npl i 0
tho hler, i rn reference toi the sBUl
"HIcavct._ ." sht eiC 'I '- t ath., i i.;',,1iuit'tI> ii the desace
moment, ah iklitig fti t I, .ii mu> f-, .l. i '.-r I I:1rl o taiiil, tnilhapi
and hardly lMile to ;iit; l ;. I nic with t t h t
do youh antii' i, -I., i a Seuottlsl corre
Hel .leatirt thumri tea I fmra mmt ly, i- I ., ti.n t im thei Ictuni
through her tea"- In mut 'ith I1 th ut h mi t tar.is are still eq
that vwlitet-er bhiiipm.iet l.\\mrm 11it-u ... ,.a itemi tlrrrifyliiig won
h rfve the Ice. r ,," ;I ( m,.A.- tp,,11i written I
Tle ho nli i Iegr.':lil I'. l f m- m ---.: i.i i-i il,.iie, til -Im lrv oi
as he w e saw her fright. I i,, it i .It IRil.t ltd ti ti
"It looks like o.-cal ,'- t t, ih m -.11i 1 m' 1,. li- i lit lt, hie a ri-t lt
busuiesa," lie t'itckluld. itiiil to (hi ru, pI mit v, 't,1 ]Ji uimmit e 1
window, and ll giilg hir m la l,;-, iin ti \ 1i e i rlr lt-i H 1ever pft
arim with a dirhy Iluiniti. m,,', it,," li mu:.iiil etist's.fi n
"I don't ulitder'.sllnil y3oi: I :ihin t-ic' i. .art'limly I
Carson," sald iMolly.ti- tha Wiim i -u t -,k I I,',tI i i t, lr., ti ,i,.nmril, tI
fair head, haiglhtily. T lih-i. trm i %.h I-. l.t1 i t1 i..- 1i ,,nith ii th e Iil
Itis gesture to her Oit- tjm.I..i :. I- r I i '.- tu l wi l-i il t IHme I
got her terror hi the t lhiot it llItt lit'. ,;ill a i; bt p iriliiimy n ileine li
was t man-a strong inaui-who ioildn enlt t, pe e. The fit
help er. he began to work fevr Ir-it jthe (;lpevieoe) eadrl hbe
tibly at thie netting. exsilnt 11 18-1,. and tlb
"Mr. ..Carson's very Ill. lie's omit of pase! to thile desiindanlt
lila hetd., and I want to get seine iec botiiert, Shi James Dnir
fort him. Tho door from the kitcel:i is, whinm came down, of court
iocke4te she explained. "There!" Irt- respected peer just decca
umphaptly, em one corner gave way I1 Daily Chronicle.
resptse to a vigorous ttig. "Now you .
poll on thatt" she contmanded, amd the The mano of he Mo
would-he burglar, nothing loath., gatve n Wiltei they saw imnh co
Jerk that brought off the whole cover cse In hatnd-they rushedl
aInt nud called ntd beckoned
"Spl~d0tLdr' oexlaimed Molly, andI frantic gestures.
prepared to climb In at once." A sc tl nas he wia with
"*to,.you don'trHa'amw,"tald the man, they almost dragged him
"Let me go in first and assist you-nll," tu, e ihe bedroom where a
igllaatly. lug, and .g, very. very palt
.H6e pushed his bulky frame through "What do 7;n1 think?" L
the i1-'S5vaUenitit, aid then helped cried at once.
Motly. witb a caution not to inlaxerateo" lie wias perfef tly bhoel
herael Without n thought for theip tressed.
stragl em bn p V r position, locked tutu o 6 think she's a very s
tit~ ~Itfefo tt t w,'olyh liesti hd.
w, tlto#0 Wftt or.f The; waiftd a second. ,
t.- Tat door "at the left, said:
PlRiom..he al4. "Yott'lIl find a can- "Wlat shall we do first?
did.t a ttoitlMe aheff oter the lieo looked surprised.
kltecui -table. "Now," with uplifted "'I should call a doctor,"
voke. Ila. e heard the sputter of the phatleally.
mlatel,.P"bflt meg a pan to put the ice At that they all si'reaile
in, : Tbhak&ryon. What a relief It ll to -"But aren't you a doctor
Shavi tbA'E" a1ud fSill .0thie tin she le started violently al
t ;g San to go tha" it amazement. "No
u" r i 5 4 %43 eW r purpose tuner." he roohed.-Town
thot c.. h-er compnsi l-
Ion. '. Wilt f. U91171RM's CrNlUr&
While the afigres nine and thirteen
are found conspicuousa in the lives of
some men and to some superstitious
persons have a remarkable bearing.
Deputy Warde DoweH. ofthe oth-
ern Illinols Penitentiary, adds the ltre
tw*46 t the list In the followIng Omwnual
sty dsefmli w. M.eClatU who
wis pt to the penitentiary trm
WAI. sentenced for a term
StW '. At theatme of bhi arre.t
- a W10 tvWFttw years old. 'He
beest,.Im lbsteme 4i" met mth of the
Whe t w o 0 inb t n mber It
iw "S-- ":,due va.ed.
W11 iif a'Ws ^asj^l(*also&t t
hI a kid
Ln, Aoteq't yourlU go
t-g.l-vig." ad lwe,.
tI a4idety of whicb
*IMA! and her uaeon-
IltUtii had robbed
I, ame eaa
,t "a lp**h~
letting Out the
I RESIDENT itOOSE VELT'
Sre ent nliesatge, like the
| J |other Ptesi,>lets' imiesangeli
which have gone before it.
was* t'he source oif (fle
gri-.iual unixel'y to those O ineerlned In
pulling it In its fial form., in order to
prevent a'ny possible "lenknge" before
Ilhe aliiinhnted day of its deliv-ery.
P''roum the lite It leaves the White
PRINTING TUil MESSAGE IN
B weeps of a bitdfing, or fast
dovlce, q Asi ngluton nMuai bIniq im
posAlble to apply an ordinary ho
shoe without ailla. The design of
H"RSlSRoz wl'touITT NA11.B.
shon In the nut in is tin 'siauie is lus
lunt in the inillltess method of Ippl)m
'slhops. I, ott'hes aire t Ia imd I i 111, Mal
Ihe slhoil, -sxleillinig lni\Kard to thIe ui
nill giroo'.-e, to idmilt mndl ri-aln
fialtemners. Theles nre of any fle'l
tm'roitg mttiterlil. with iiupiit h,-mlad,
Til'I NEW GOVEItNMIUNT Pt
UNlS Duck's Web F6ot QXi|
ie It Itated In Rubte
oren- Mlechanlmiil mld1 to awisiut
r the been livouledl galore, but iUome
Rroe to o lnrilel..iite, or ('oftip
be nit i tiiiloyed, joy to the U
awinimtlig mig m t, illtrat1e
however, I slimniplelty ItUlft
device is desireli' for lend
s troke snore powerful, Or
Sgteanter ptiitd to be attatined,
sepin to till nil the reqdtir
conslsta of a iullt of llgbt, Ble
terlial. tniei hta rubber, olil-al1
pi)of textlei, anmid of ample all
webs ln'etween 111 lingers of
ittl, whon hiretchlted or spread to
Vimifg most. The muitt Is apptroxi
e of per form. nmid is pro4vlderd at
Wttal end with a wristtindi of rubbi
t le a tight Joist aiboumt tile' writ.
lhil, extldii< air ind wilntr, this te
Sail n tiI io tIle li ropl'r ft.i ninlion of
RINTINm' tIorflCE UNDEIt tU
wing closer tc
CARRIES MESSAGE TO CAPITOL.
e a note could
e made a ges.
e suspicion of
I'll do it," ho
ld doctor w-as
felony or anny-
g up nt blus.
lug over teIQ
esiby, wa oex-
cw to hJm--a
love like Mol-
a feeling of
idants of the
e massacre of
-ipondent l n-
words of the
siant, In the
rds they are)
by Jeau cMae-
* of a large
lIt nrl"s of
ic-m t 1Ironum-
II the annals
ItIily of the
ai his next
es. the mucli
Sto the door
I and made
hin the house
he lay. ganp-
hree of them
lked and dis-
and then one
he said, em-
ld at once:
iv stared at
I'nm t planou
TYPIMSE.TTERS AT WORK ON THE MESSAGE, ICACH
H-outte to c l Iu e In .ypIo ind prinuttd of hmirpitn Klalnpe. groovess are also
for the use oft tC 1igr'0 1 iillL L"0 e 0 'ill- I C r, or ile d. In the outer siurflcee of
ed copies nre placed on the desks orf tal litmf Iit smltambli, polits1 nnd extend-
Collngremsaltieu d a Setitor- sn tnhte (' il-,g I pnillwardlly to 1s l'1op. Opposllt'ly
Itol, I is clomly ginardled, and every Iulpoel bids ara utised,al one on either
step .m lte iprotms I cmarkeld out mteir silt he stems being fastened in the
the 'lgi lnil t.eyes of hluplt-ctors appoelit- gKive it the tedg of the siho, muml the
ed for h(le il to oe. ip, imPller Iheadt, or looipnl, soverppli h tly
least, one ote1s ou1, westto101he lr0.l- intunms of a pointed tool these Ui tail
least, 0i1e occehoint, %tvtmen (Itle I'na's- fi. be- l tightly im- i tm-mmi tiumog lli m mlit
dent's iniem ag wnas plariuted ilt 11 new ic ile over hl lmng hoods mecti 'o l lan
paper before the daly of Its delive-ryn tia'nble maenitluer, by beli'od fo ther-
to Congress, but the- fault did iot 11 it T, e bInunrt beeline r euthitr
In (lie Governmient printli.;g otflce. wUi'-e. The s i'llts tlaimned fur tie nitw
Wlieni the origlifal copy Is received untlloa of fuatetmlug nro tIhnt It ia ili-
there it Is cut up Into very inuall exet'uive, dlnr'mb!c and mmiy readily be
"takes." or sections, only one to eclic itpplied, replaict'i or delitelied, without
compositor, and lie ptilt it into type it'Jttritng the hoof.
with ainl iniissperlior siiiding alongshl d are O a uloi.
his case. ''he Govirumenti Jihtiug of- As ew words r .ue for w
lice hats not yet htrottitced typetse tiegitues, so langnitge inutsl contiali blaiiks
machines, and thee compoilOsion Iso all where words hav-yh re nev beoud haeed.
done by hand In (the old f:hlotoned wny. Commande, rPeary, the n' eie explor-
When the forms tare put on the prem o i-tg om
a guard atna ldsy l each'machn nhne 'ma a oime day tlklng to al group of
watched It so closely tallt not a single trii'tds, who ware greatly Interested
Sheet could bo absalraced. Indeed, nil al Ot lifo hi the elrtih o i'to lttilndes.
tlie waste nied iieomiupllele helets pilli'd "', *Vo" il sttjk the Ehhlno Jailm-
from the press tiille It Is being Imnndc uma"e?"' tskedi OIt.
ready are proeservod. Not a mcrmap of "Yes."
paper of m-ny kind can be removed. "WhaIt Is it Ike? i-'or lnsaancer, how
and while tile presses rlie at work onl would an Eskimuo sny 'good niurnhiig" "
the message no one Is allowd to n letr "eilo wouldn't say It," returned the
the room except tile priiler aniid tlie cionm t8n-i-r. wmlli ci stnlle.
guards. "Not say -It? Areo ocltl cis.onnms on-
When the edition Is plriuted It gos lrliy IneltkIng there?"
to the folditgI rootm, tl-here wominei are "Nc". iut %o ttace," snll tlie explorer,
employed to asRsemrble Slie set-lit aminl "it Is a country were tl(ty would haveo
stlteh theimi together. 1 ertle clso tlie oiuesslon to iuse lioue words only oniec
work Is done under v-Iglhlnt Kiiard;it no i year. So young se, theiy don't imhave
one is allowed to lenve the room until them."
the work is completed, and every Sheet
must be accounted for. Neither there Of ihe f7,000 Inhsbltantsl ofYladvro-
nor In the composing room .re the em- stock, 25.000 rre IRusilan soldlerg.
ployes allowed to carry on any eon- There are also 8000 Japanes resildants,
versation.-New York Mall and m0- of wlom 38 are merchants and 32
In the Public Rye.
between the fltigers of Ithe i
the mitt la in Iaus. After Hl
the ilitt It Is. OL 'esktry to t'x
iir by slinply iloblihngiK l tIhe
|pressinl g Ili1 p is. .f ti' nillt
whlilhi clauses (I.o i o|I|He i I't
Weltm to Co1no t),ge'tlter., the It
thli wtler and ntnuoslpherl' bi
MITr ro it.mm.trir.
blI of inihmlitiliii g (ili ell- Ill I
tlohi. iahueod, so effet-llvely
mitt cling when onre put oel
only biy stripplg It off tlinth
'I1BiM War of ImhI Worli.
When T'linkeray wmt lit I thl
he called oil yjunormi m ts cott, fi
Smiration for his riunamrkalpe r
lu Mexico and ongirr lo lii'nr
rior' explain how lsnttlepi wert
and'llelds were wou. "Well.V ,
kow nl about it," remnricte
as the tiovoist raturneed froi
hours' tote--toeto with the
"Not at 8al," replled'Thanmkeraj
twinkle In.bla eye. "Thelio gnei
no Interest In strategy. I fuu
literature was his forte,"'
the R iovel Iastily of Xses
A few years ago. when Al
ill. was alftve and his family
t sir saosa It almost seemed
a doUbt that the Succeslon
throne was secured to his
ant, ans that It could hardly
his brother or nephew. lolown
eldst son. now relgallig as
[I.. thonall msarriesi, Is ti e fi
laughter oi)ly; the second anti
and the third son. now twi
rests of ae, is unmarrjaed anu
nRtoy omtemlt to reindlia so.
N4OW Atylfee BD
-A' new acetylene burner, while
claimed gives an etleleoy doua
f. the twA nltejector aetyleue j
buem patented tm Francea It
ift eeotral tube wbltb carrie
linnted, to .
* Amd1 If A
'a ,ng rA.1asflTr
to Know ABSnhu
Square Milles, -
*tlen, -a ,
tIa ,Value, .'
il rsy, a a .
, o .. ':,.
fdt *"sGommtsmon undettnak the a e f
qOtlUft of geod smdi treasurer. Ditii
ago" dttppli* the trader with Its 1OWN 3 O WM1
sd$JheU atift ,. whluh la planted e4
Scanrt ip the caravso, ansl a
S sIr pines g ro sent ais no a >
-Nasa. B -IN knon mutbse
e robb e.s -., the *si 8"a
i. .,some Mot' Ofr -. 0 ,
ago k o lia b t*-oOf.
ants.. o tiOki
iv m = 'l,
aggguliqup a i g
bible Inn r- 'n- rr ^?*f. e7W
.t, water- In th'e b.tl.inct'e hang. the fate The aliltalsia nre ti 'w
se to rerl MaliuttlueiC iii- H.-ih prie0 o7 thie It-s. s'prJntg sets un. wlien ithel
the hand The wrlh i- n ,ill, Iiio behold flt aud Warmln fhelr death is
their '- asnapplug oIf t.-i dlipl..)t,|i|. thiired glint by ean of a kemlf., whicl-s nto
lately ot shall Mettle .11tit- l,-i.,i, ,i l t. power lut the, ig by strnp1a4,t rSlbii
tilhe smnll of thb tsi5Ultl it n t,.1 t1.u.tI t, hi, Mn- leTo a tA ,i'et4 atl troW[. 'at..
er to fornu gollan a-nQ the Mani.titi .I, whicMv 45*041 t1inarket,, tb
so aa to Dy ail n afreeient. '. ..iI,.,,i \ri lie i-rmI' lp ft ni*'O a ,te a -4 r
Ing essnen. 100o., ROtlsla promis-ili to t tn, wIhen the. couatll
the wels from Maticuarla In thrrni, tlI... i n-. iip m fliho proper p0 its I *
iments the troops which wir. -riii Ottmi is it It sailt, that. t'1will
ARD, thit territory at the time of t .i- .t .,.r iiti- iem fitul to be lmn-
troubles, Itn 1000, for tihe pturt ii.. .. 11i m i,, only ia 4 1it4 lima e il' 'il ':iu1
prli renting thfe Rumalain lteresiiS i th'i ti ', 1111, i< cover i l h ~ ta "r
Sils i ilired territory. t.vi w- m l im'ty -it i in 'iu i .l u
T'ler mounted country emlbriat't 1111 iiti'mn A thiim .II iili,.n,'t O0rr t
itrvi i.t t :i.:, 0 asqpuiare il-es. It is mtin i're, .-.a t .1 j.in 1 hi little
111o tllnui six times the also of E1 i.t pntiy. nulti lit at1 -.ii.it li t, ,T iuI'int
Innd i dl N W esth', about twice ier sl .e ti 'l rl h 1i t t hei iii i ,,|lMi II d t'
or nil the t e w Nc tE l anil id the AIllifle hi t um t lie o, ftl ri s u l.m iii i siiI..-it h a'lt -
Sitte-s lo- ite-r.- and uearLy one-lifth I nstliitutei 11 i nll, t'i- i-1n litu llt 16
li>e ,treia ..f theo 'wholo klugdoin i tarmitlL tl iiat l i ,u dm' .ti t- y of u \,i t % Irter' "..
hlimn. A .jiuruey across this country vin,ery ,ef gold leiamit kln, ean,.. '.iew.
wo m ld hi eqi uaiin l In ugth to a trip itIaf |iiiir friirrs u mii iltort(r-, hid l ie- .
Ntuty u'rots tihe I'nitet States, 'It 1 o.(ms 'rih in t fi,, wiklll ti- li t li he '.ht ;.ey
known las Itti sttratliapl'll key of East- had wirkitl utmuliititntil. smile iof tlih ,
terni AP'i. It Il w within i nay marching more lucky Itmal int ki-ti $1nW ) t i "r ,I.m .. '.'t
ditstlt'h e of those iprirtlltil C('tilt ese cit- By an angret.-tj'm nt w-lllt T'i lnltu unittl,
lea, anald runinuit tl tl im t l a itrion ir' to Ki 0 Russia the firt-t ant oi ,r t .ii i Man li1iibi t
ran and Northlrn ('iilnti tiy iniil. The0 railway was cut Augutil 2uN. INDi7. NoV
ports of Bibrila are fiqus .i for P eight Ihro'rgh the country ritunl Ihis nintlormmm
niontis in the year, wmllh1 theom, o>fr Institutlion whici. It IN sanil. will Int then
Manchuria are closed but four imointla. tutruro, mnmtk himinclturit ott of tl'o ?
i The wintter temperature ranges rout foretuntt strategict anid priiurtille couru ..
t"'in degree below sero to about fifty Irlea of the East.
ilititiov. amiln wiile thLacliOt's the l td '
itutilgitlot It seldom affects tioe sea- INDIANS' ESTIMATE ON MONEY.
'11,im. pr'esnmt pnpulaltou is IT.(O,000 rew Row It*s Ve and TheY Do ol
poplot. eotiuliuti pritilplanly of (h- Larn b Zperleuee
nesk. thli' purtilotled MNanhili hlinvimlt Very tow of the.litdlias, particularly ,
nt.t'nrly dtnilpponted, only about ten per those of the Far West, have auy Idea
ctm-lt. iof themi reninltilitg. uf llte trout vnlute of mtoey, nor .do
'lil' northern portion, lIttle known hiwey teem to learn iby exper'letne, tl a i
intlil recently, hal been thoroughly ex. dearest, though ,timot, of all tcaeherl t'i ... '
p- ored by the I usstans, n la I now A. II. Moore, a Il'r sntork dealer O. :
trnverxsed by the great trauns-anlBtcvur- Kiansas City, who was at the Halelih i
nut ritllway. This portion of thlk counn. Inst night, told a sttry to illuttriate the .
try il composed of moutnoins anid high- truth of thPs sa0te', 1 ent. ,
IntudIt, an1 I tlndotted with the conic In 1897 Mr. Moore sel, It' grzacft.' :
,rae'mls of tot-t.r s of extlnmr voliottnes. 10,000 sheep IIn the tOen tni twltln taounu". ;
'FThe great rivers oitt i, t'ntcouttry, the itry.- The latter part of the sluminer the
Ynlut d tim' anttho ugl, mn iivigabll- tm-tter gave out on his range. nul. his
for inany hundred itille, in nuloiig ontty show was to buy a right tiof way
GUAlD., their buks lie lithroughiout lit otime n simt. to, the river over latdan owned. by an 4
soon fleets of Colf Ueis anid .tulyaine-sie mml 'oncn Iindlitn. lie took mne of hbi
uind whe Juniks, which ply between eltle orf lt ht lr'il-r-m, who hitd hial letulin tpit'lenco
llpp)lng on two it.-untries. it ilt fi' letdlmum itt1imilo itit l m11111 amd
hisallt l it l It in Iin .m ietlluiri hliI t l ti lt ginr r 1,1imt tiosea tm heolt Io udlmtiU. .
hanid nnd ii rl of t1he tlobneco mlit-il Iin 'hinn lit l hen at-. Moore iunm dl hIs.* lmt4 tim t.a s
t tn3 llT ir 1 loIrtied. Thie people oft ti.- iii miry ti own nt s best li could lihe 1rimt ed 1 n il
c'ee ouf the ninio tsi thli product in gr.itii quintii tl- Ilitnted to tl>i tomi nw. lit, very
i-smiru Of tits,. thi' itiien andi vowutteit K li,)lllg 1. i Promptly pltlt3-' ti. it il it' orI f ItfIor
oiltg ellnpit ito t froml ltufancy to old *gt'. tetr'. p1l rim Ii'PS oim .r tl- 11r himl t 1 1 li-l ,ti
...-. .. Shi,. t i wonlerfiul gim eiug l ts Itrol tluceda. tir tI tl'fllfll Thaci mWotlUhi i'"$ Ii.tllH,
whlilh Is beleiove Iy thoe(hle to.lln i tl nd Mr'. Monre wt-na really to alrop lenl.
lirturoloig life and to poemsts nmutny lungl.- tt'b lt the Il'i''ilr htahl: "-Siotv herl
Ctl viitte. smi i onoy iil, I tid li n iti iilklig .' Mr.-
The g old depovitts of tlitl country are .ltnmOe explatc'ld fts I nmip,- I right
s Ild to be so r- i i. hllii wM l i oit lv lit'htido i i'ier, m lint h took Giiiir tihi 14lin r lol- -
thiy will .fr ila htiltpl tijI- liiitps ef thelom Ir18 from down detp in iln IroiseorI .
gold flildar of C ( litriiln[ Alii skni; lltackots and offered the Indian w-tmanu
RIIvoer, letd, o Upippri. on ,iund ril arn. that amount for (Hte privilege to witter
nlso inbundtlo t lit 1m tli t u tountti ouua re-. his slhei p. Thl're w' i i-mi ils e that
giloits of Ihe country, bult owing to tlie started at thet' corner of heIr mouth title t
lrtion-p.ro.grpsstlv inleillonli olfs tie 'l- l. j ssaed tll over 1t1-r faie. hlit iitli(rd I, *.
lnesa Iltlh iutsi betm limjie its yet Lownrd rtin river nnd itild: "SliiTei. ritnlit lit
d, veilopihg hl irdnth prodirtll i iof thepe-, ill-. Indlante river." h 'F ctlue tin mt lni t hial t, "
erals. Ito d filtIndli n to gelt t I n11.4111- alI M they
In spite of lit eitoritonas popnilmon I 'tll e ntlm"' t h' igoth aitcy 'tin id slg a-il tfile
MNuiiehumrht I fltsBe'5 .- ta-wv lhirmi- ritles. itl'ttl if the f presnetti i (ift' t ml m o ent. or
hI ol grelin t ear| t of ie, m thii-kly ttlh'd (litrther n*inl their nsrk. ''i fsndinn
Htrleti betihingh hltll moreu thinu a o l- womeal tfut tbo 4. nlud thlo leetp roi-
hIrtlont of Inild ih tis,-II wIillh lisc Io- J-oa'ii 1the clear tnter oft lit rlrem the
tit pitt1e a i'oit, e ioi ott' atin- dl offtin- rnatilitl'er itIfulin m tiumi er. taslisingtotia j
t itti' wrPls t e d e ltatol.ei Iien'.t r 'ql r.
mTht Bnian t itmm ravli ,it ll'tn trly giveMtm ,
t pout- thiro rempllepr vl to i'imm. Whell t omauitai llw to hanla,
dt tn s it 10 C0 ol mq Uer 41o Shin E'Ilh ,t'm ', hl,1 gr out tili st- A after th is y ea r M r. itlnly rd K ps. Ni -
IShnt II tp of estnT Iuvolle1i o- tn111ie ttll n'l mm0111. li9g's" 8 lnmhi la u- as-dly know Itself:
it ami 1 wiitro they were requiredL to pgatrisutli any n"tre, for thi, rattle of "the tnt,.";."
S'he" r newly ae'ui i terrtq'. lminhg tio0" bar" wll tno longer be heirt- ,:;.
hlie descendants of thioie.sl@ stayed on thi winding i touiutn t road that ,
at mhotianms arcattortd front SMie elt of lMods front Kitllnk to ltiln.ii A imonu'-"'
aoitumnl tm Isitn to the other. Them people tal' railway i"110 h r.ben ecolsirtleted
ll ofi ad ar-., I apaflranco muc li ka thle (tohi- tG ila, smnd the flrat train Jinta h ) *I-
ti ,inl Ing t vse, tough Intelleetually they are fatr adIfy perfortod tin Journey. thiougl .
hIls war.- Iferior to the o ongMolatis. arO o departure far tie rPunjab Stat.
e fought; i t''y vlte lalgo of the country aid. and tthe O laris gulf, Lord (unM ,,o ,
now you l ry tisIy sd af t o eftS o en 136elte1W forth lee11 tl t1 ,,
a fleri yu oflacltals several floeadinIsn, elsitS aTho rate o6ftlme spted isatill.
it a Wn by their trollow-vtilnrile au towna s bto ten nilel Rimho"ur, ai due en tul
older. en. T d ttle of the ot ale nr Ible to leave tl t an at
Y, wih f mrany and vurietd. "They nr toatUel o rgs fl' vepm btW 1
ral takes ea U Vip., the Justlth's of the peace, etIngrtt to a.atap Imt nedlstet ty, Th4 -
mud thas the eotqgwer. the lawyers andli Ibo te0Ulnc nly ti second muntit-alnsa rlliwa-.
"11whohop off time lieaidns oreffelmldltr. In ila. thq other being at "N
c ir army of ti' i i .t of but tct flimla line Is nn n. a-brol a.t
Is mliaor 00.000o drilled tmcps, av.er one- lage "sand e a 'more inmbltliops sree .;
""' S ot wSomi are foreign qhm eso IOl- it the matter of eutUnge usid tueaao lia
in 4t ^ mothersountaili limit'. however', h -M|,
ioelUded J IhovaI ndleed are manhy parts of Won PrOPOned furs NUoie ye"* pali -
beyon th omm.-nil.ywine. the wolves prowrl -ii t D h C up"^ -=
.dto th* ftmuno' 1(5e fors and the mountaio 1 lii elation pth }isworle. LU ,I
(o tie"uu fstMtesmts nre inhabited Imy bands of likely soon to Us envied tti ofei e-.
,..';lit. lutg Isy proylng upomi the people of the "- Few Riesel Cena-.. -'
agryst -r -I -
I ist'iae at*ahtd c' atM ogiw ere in- sat to abuts-S Wlnl bt it does to -
i p"v tet with them. Ofloefala aro imte- e ft 'What e act -:
lM ..,a seto *nthlpi.r petit apltng a
t tlu tbostvotou of ie trims-Usa. S h are cij-e.a t
Ich It c ebhurlan halway thti alsii.>Imh haveOf- B' ^- H RB- -
bIA. ta iM n094 tile tree %est di",. -'There are ---4
's- flau t tatnt these ouatragsM Jnmri-' so
s u- a of, e hmve been tetablishebl or te$ e *SA -.
trthfuvobt th i country, w a.qp"nvuote tof ....
l It 4O to' s that it i,
oODWIN, about time for the tapporters of
I" edor ad Proprietor. Senator TaHlifero to quit insulting
his predecessor in the United States
.t.ned April aS, 1903, at Gaineslle, .ate from Florida. by virtually
I as eondclaas matter, under Act of d c41 ng. that no Florida Senator
yolf March 3, 879,. but Taliaferro ever did id! duty.
SJb lllshed every Tuedy and Friday, whbl0 In Washington. W ay7
i$SeLOd0 ayer In advance. the manner n which t
.' 50so Cnt. ftr Six Month, .people harp about th e lo of
25 a Cents for ThreeMonths. that "Indian [c to an
IvAtITN*ro ATlas insult to* eve,.. '.tesl sen-
S Local Readers in brevere. type. 5 cents ator frkM, bo failed to see
a" ag for each Insertion. the **Il" paid dur-
"pa e for display advertlmments priced o ,, terms, as Senator.
appleation. as. said before, we
The editor ia not rempolble for tMhe 'that "the time tod
'views5o correspondent or otberto. fruit is when it is ripe, and
tributing to his colm.. t u'Indian War Claim' got ripe
DATH opM IIANNA. just at the right time to be ga(h-
DEATH OFeANNA.ed by Senator Taliaferro and his
In the death of Marcus A. Han- colleagues at the time they gath-
un, a United States Senator from ered it." Had Senator Tallaferro
Ohio, which occurred.-St the Sena- been a Senator from Florida earlier
tor's Washington home yesterday than he was he could not have col
evening about 6 o'clock a very. elected the claim (it was not ripe)
.4aarkable American citizen wiand when it did ripenany other
removed from the stage of human man who ever represented lorida
action on this earth. Senator in the United States Senate could
Htnua was a. rich man, and as have gathered it. Mr. Taliaferro
Chairman of the Republican only did his duty, and the efforts
National Committee he was really e friends arte making to show that
and truly a power in the politics of rY nt had sense enough to col-
t nation, and had not the grim lect bills when due and payable,
MIe apwcut him down he mibht-in must satify many voters that the
Stbi opinion of many-have been the Taliaferro forces have nothing
btuomine pof the republican party wort presenting in favor of their
for tphe presidency. In his death candidate. If Talaferro*as friends
-his party has sustained a great los, know any good and asufeent re"-
, and even those who differ widely son why he should not be succeeded
Strom him In politics can but fed by M. Stockton they should come
S. thai one who was, in many respects to the frout with it, for the fact
Ie.* great man and valuable Ametricsa that the United. States govetlipment
.dtno has been suddenly taken paid a debt It owp4 Floride while
'. WaY, Mr. Tallaferro was In thie senate. Is
Stermof the circuit 'no rowon at alU why heb oilOMd be
-40 apr term of kept the, The foot tlaat Oetotton
k I:o'qI e here to-day. I. kppoted by evY- woutt-be tax-
.at Mr. Voyle says-else. dddgr so po good reason why
i in *ahs Issue-about a lBosard ;ty mtan on who3e shoulders the
de. buatln of taxation rests heavily.
shouldd rally to his support,
a.n knows how to send a for. ...
all6 rion of war to Russia- The Oalnesville Star puts this
from the mouth of a great question:
ft. t "What has the Atlantic Coast
Line got against Gainesville? Will
o'4 ... somebody tell us?"
to make a fire-proof II is mildly suggested that per.
'ii, tly safe is to so ar- haps the A. C. L. has it in for the
It at o fire will come in town because it harbor tie i0t.r
with it. Sre w ome folks don't enjoy the onaa-
tion of seeing stars.-Pensacbla Dai.
agg Gainesville people pull ly News.
Int4.4 Ofieanee people puU Of course the News man speak.-
IuntdI. fine hotel, a hoard from experience, and "it is mildly
,! ihproaved streets and sew- suggested"' that perhaps if he will
I have been secured. Let get sober he won't be loa*r alarm.
(t ha ito pulling back by anyone. ed by "seeing stars."
Bible Conference in Gaines- Gidding' Hair Grower does the work.
'lo"td Sunday evening. Now yor Sale by Dr. B. B. oiddntns, Gaines
*1 will haire thirteen days of the VUI*. nad the Postoffice DrugI tore and J.
ill have thirteen daystitute, and A. Stephens, High Springs, lia.
:Phristian Wotkers' Institute, and
tthba swveateea days of Chautau-
,, The Taliaferro-Jenuings conten
'V=oa as to which of them was due
. tbcredit for collecting the Indian
''War Claim bill, has proven that
eitherr of them should ever again
,: bboehught 0o au Senatorial timber.
J!. i lapan must have been watching
ndeltSam when he was putting
started at Russia in much the
man*uer in which Dewey and
fitey went after the Spanish war
,'*M.r. Stockton is a level headed
diteM man," says the madison
. tOd, ;"and when he gets to the
ast, a Albert Williamson once
tud, 'If Tallaferro got 29 feet ol
.';Wter on St. Johns River bar Mr,
|**ton will make it 38."
;'', of the fellows who used ti
eb- asim d try to belittle Stocktod
'd Barrs because they weie advo-
tatem of a primary system, are now
Ives hlal ig tohe *ptImaty
and would lAvi-tf pub-
e t they are frfieds ot
maty these fellow who
A trun down the primary, but
its friends (?) will bear
j 'Better take Stockton
than to take those new
i.h woutl like to see the
relegated to back
Col.J. j. o..Lw044*i.ittor
to the city Saturday, .: .:
John A. ulap by1, of C awpille, *pent
last night ia the city.
Col, t. X. Owens. of High 8pitngs,
spent p uidy in the city.
Ol'r.. D. Smoke of Fort Ogden spent
sunday with friends In ihe city.
P. M. Tomkie of Jacksonville spent
Sunday with his family In thls city.
Whean you come to court don't forget
to bring that little you owe the Star.
We peed it.
Senator N. A. Blitch, of Montbrook.
was in the city Sunday attendlog the
Mr. Benton, a foreman at thePFairbanks
naval stores farm of J. B. McDonald, was
in the city Saturday. '
Old newsl*per, suitable for wrapping i
purposes 5 cta. a hundred or. 5 for 5,
ct., at__TIHSTAT. officer.
"'-X.RaboreoUah, Robert Wisxon, and
others, of Wind r, were among the vis-
itori in the city 8ptuirday.
People were in the city Saturday from
all sections of the county. and the iero
cbantf did a good buainews.
Mr. W... Rivire, one of High
Springs' most prominent citizens, is in the
city to attend court as a juror.
Hon. T. A. Doke, member or the
school board from Santa Fe, was a busi-
neU visitor to Lihea itSaturday,
Mr. and Mrs. ,. U. Godwin of Hihu
Springs attended th Sbible Confereice in
this city Sunday afternoon and. night.
A. Knight, a "p i 11 o 1 h6 High
Springs Hor et, wit a fraternal caller at
0h6 Star oaoii while in tht city yesterday.
B, p, b1call, Jr., formerly ia naval
storps operator at PFirbaaks, hiat now of
Jennings, was here Saeprday on bqsines,
J. J. Qodwin of Montbrook, returned
home Friday evening, .after several days
spent in High Springs, Pairfield and this
Mrs. (U. C. Barr and daughter, Mie
K9itle, of iVgh Springs. wets a moug the
visttrs toI ta I llble", CotVInce during
P ppat Wpk1 t -
Judgp WJill@ of tarke, and $1ates At-
tornmy Clb0ounof PaLltk, ate both here,
having come to andList the spring term
of the circuit cunrt
Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Strouse, father
end mother of Dr. C. B. Strouse, left
Saturday for Palatka, where Mr. Strouse
ia holding a protracted mNeting this week.
Mr.. and Mrs. A. 0. Austin, and Mrs
p. MII,, qr4 *g@n and daughter, left Sat-
urday for Ariwopa, wheels thgy wIll spend
the remainder of the winter and spriug.
0. W. Ro!and, an industrious citizen of
Alqchua, is here attending court, and he
showed his apprec'atlou of a good thing
Wy subcribing for the Star this morning.
Mrq. Will gooe, a worthy lady of
AhJ city dpemrs to infogt.t public
Lhat sbj taes7 in se~wna, and will be
pleased to hayve those ~evf1Rg asuc work
to ldo, to iled it o her. -'he will do
goo' work at ruaionisble prices. tr.
When you want a 4ite horse or unalk.
buggy or carriage, wagon, harness, whip,
laprobe, or anything iusttally kept at n
first-class livery, feel and sole stable.
all i W' K Thomas' stahles, lie ri n
furnish whlit yao want. Ai.l if 3oii
wish to hire a fnd turn out ,for a ride
around towi,, or into the'country, try
Sale of Town Lots
High Springs, :-: Fla.,
Thurs ay, February 18.,
Balloon Ascension and
500 Poot Slide for Life.
See the Flying Owyers, America's Greatest
Aeral Artis. "
Ft,,ari.ges 0tto and from Grounds.
I t r in OPERA .OR ,
n Ua 5 M EVERYODY
"i. W. Bishop,
The fattett, Funniest, Finest Auctioneer
A A AFFAIR
Bring th f*te. td
Finest To eic ,
* In Stock, and are constantly receiv- t
ing "up-to-date" Shoes tor Men,.
I W)men and Children, at popular *
prices and of the best makes. 4
I We call
I Particular. attention to the Lad'es
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
Sica" and "Wcdlk Over" grades.
eJ. D. Matheson,
S 0hoe aend Leatleo ftnre. stnpi4 vilie, FIp. &
1"-- ......^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -. -' n- T. .
H. F DUTTON
Cotton Department, AINE5VLLE.
Highest price Paid 10 0$88 I.1l0d .0oto0
In Seed or.Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Lint Tele-
graph and Mail orderss Attended to
Promptly. . .. .
RUBBR l STAMPS
ART GOODS AND UPHOI0TORY. j
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
QAINESVILLE, . FLA.
9355x98 W545S3*W55f3st*Ifat 94% 94**
Old Reliable Virginia Shows
And World's Greatest Trained Animal Exposition will Exhibit in
GAI938rILLE, ior one day only on WEDNESDAY, FEBRU-
ARY A.7, giving two grand performances-at 4 and 8 o'clock p. m ,
rain or shine.
See Mary, the best trained elephant on earth.
See ROemeo, the largest and heaviest lion in captivity.
See Flossy, the champion high diving dog of America
Se ]Bolivar, the smallest, ctutest and prettiest little pony
in the world--only 2Q inches high,
I.3 I IMPROVEMENT
Is sometimes hand to keep pace with but
f our fscil'les ax* usqW l to all demands.
whether 3qT want to build one. house or
o0 e dozen. You am on the right road for-
the right kind of lnmber when You come
our way. We dee ts all Winds of Build.
iUg Material, for outpide and inside finish
to complete any dwelling, hotel, stoie or
factory. Tell iu your wauts. We will
do the mst.
INk GAINESVILLE PLAIN, AND OFiIN COMPANY,
Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.
27 3 1 31 5 1o SO'F, ~ k )&t.6n ISe
NLIT 1l AS 4 6 J-''&Nf REN 6 5
NfRTH AND I A4
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Ar Bruntswick .
Ar Savannah. .
Ar Fairfax . .
Ar Denwark I
Ar Colniu)nja .
Ar Camden ...
Ar Hamlet .
Ar %% ilnington .
Ar Southern I'ines ,
Ar Raleigh ..
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richnioul, nVa.
Ar ashington. .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar Philadelphia. .
Ar New York .
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Connections for Palmeltta, Manateto, Ocepnd laraota, on 31, except S atur.
days, from Uainesvillp.
Train No. 34, Seaboard B apreas, drawing room Pullman slmpers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and WaeaniUtOn. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmia. Cafe dining
car service rrom Jacksonville.
No. 66, aboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
.acksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleeper between Tampa.
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. lchuq. WilIfaord, W% l and ipee-
mediate points. ld t Arpohr with aTly TiMd lanpi-.
Nos. 6 and y, Pullman sleeper tetwepn few Orleans and Jaklbatvitlle.
Stranera for Key West and Havana,- Leave Port Tampa sMunilan Tuesdays and
Thursdays, li:5 p. m,
A. 0, MAfcpQN lI4,. Asn't GOn. Pasm, Agent, Jacksonville, lsa.
E. C COBi Ticket Agent, Galnesville.
Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
r an ; n Btl I t tJuly 5, 1904.
No 6. No.4. No. 1. e. l No. &
Except Daily. Da STATIONS. DIaly. asily. Bdcapt
Sunday I- aday.
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J F. HILL Aemt
TAKE The Atlantic Coast Line
F=OR 7.LL. 2TRTHI.Y POINT.
JactUks ornville U Jackor vilUe
Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Servce.
Time Table in lIffect November 29I 1O0U
Take the children to aee our little baby Lions and pretty little
Ponies, wonderful performing Lions, Bears. Wolves. Camels and
Elephants lFinety educated Homtes, Pouies, Mules, bogs, Goats Mon-
keys and fird nGreat Acrobats, Gymnasts. Coutortlonists. Aerialistis
Vaulters, Leapers, Tumbalet, Jugglers, Wire Walkers and
811 Ul CLO WNS.
wGrand ,I, PA A AT WQW.
GAl XSVILLR* .1 -Ago" r
JiLte ~g sdltr
Ita.leeb and TasmqmA4d43
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