The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
April 26, 1904
Publication Date:


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

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Plattering Propositions From Hu-
man Fiends.


Young Women Urged to Acdepl
No Propositions to (lo
to St. Louis.
That the human fiends %.lho are trying
to Induce thouanriils of young girls to goi
tp St. Louis to remain during the w\orlild'
Pair for immoral purposes wuiuld uiiin
thousands if they could., can not lhe
doubted, and that tley will succeed too
well with their unholy undertaking is
greatly to be feared The good women
of thie country -and ltie good men too -
will do what they can to thwart the black
plan of these ever active agents of the
devil. The good women of fihe land are
already at work a'ong that line, a.i. ill
1be seen by the following from Lhe Palatka
S''The Woman's Chri~tian Associations
of SL Louis are aware of the fact that
plausible people are secured to bring
youmg women to that city with the assur-
aidt of any employment they desire
being in waiting for them, (but one hides
is theirs-Runli).
"1 'Mrs. Whittemore of the Door of
Slope blission, Manhattan, N. Y.. has
made the following statement: '1he
sum of Sis5,ooo has already been paid
agents for for the purpose of obtaining
girls from all over the country between
the ages of twelve and twenty to be kept
in St. Louis during the exposition, there
being a plan to procure 60,0oo.
'Theae agents are sending out circuit
lars over the whole country, pronmiimng
girls good positions during tlie World's
Pair, with good'houmen free. Thousands
of girls, virtuous as angels, are nearly
crazy to go to the H'orld's Fair aund inno.
cently will fall into a trap like this It is
toassist in protecting these girls that this
warming issounded.
To in any degree meet this uiaoiiter
all must unite in a general protil.tive
plan, if by any peradventure we mlin>
save a few of the many tempted by a'l,.r
Ing promises The slmit workers S, .it.
Louis are on the ground and ki,)w hlii.
whole hell-born scheme is awfully tirm..
It is horrible! It Is unlelievhble! It -
almost enough to doomn the World' Iair.
II the World's Fair cannot he lihel iill
out this holocaust of souls then let thm r
be no World's Pair. I would say to
young women of America, entertain no
proposals whatever coming Ironi St. l.oui -
or looking St. Louisward.'
"The Woman's Christian Associationis
are making efforts to interest the wom1 i
of the country in some organized plan to
counteract the scheme of these lhuuana
hyenas. In Palatka the good ladies of
the Fortnightly Club are aroused and
will do their part."

Advertised Letters.
List of unclaimed letters in the post-
olice at Uaineaville, Fla., for the week
ending April 23, 1904. Persons calling
for same should say advertised and give
date. One cent is due on each letter.
Mrs. Linnie Bryant, Mrs Hlainalr
Cubtb, Misa iered Dicks, Mrs. A. L.
Damsels, Mrs. Lola Gardner. Miss Silva-
ni Garller, Miss Maticole Morton, Sular
Robsoo, Dmniee Ross, ire. Mattie Sy-
inoer, Mn. J. K. Stewart, Miss Carra
Thom1a, Mis Virginia Williams, Mrs.
A. Wilkins.

Thbwnas Bitler, (Gourges Bradshaw 2.
Targaas Davis, G. W. Wllott, Dick Gal-
ington, W. C. Oaston, C. Henry, J. D.
Jenaminags, C. J. Johnson, Wash Johnson.,
H. J. McKefluer, Walter Numboomb, N. H.
Norweas, LUia Robinson, Frank Robin-
a0, Cci. L B. BRiverts, Dr. M. Semville,
Tvovry Teaes, Abe Williamas.
J. A4 NQW P.M.

TIe Klling of Allen.
Tin.Ip lgf A. &S. 3 Allen. col., by
Joseph .law. white, nar Alachua, last
Thumaly afternoon, a brief account of
which spoeard in Friday's Star. wasa.
aceiudliag to the iading of the coroner's
,! th. tendit O Allen's thresateng the

lifet adq..
It lMim a the two men feU out
.- : a ftace. and Alleu used
a lMt Shaw ana threatened
to Ma~ |AiH l rh lTn before light, whbe-
AN it .Sapd -iustatly killed
"eW ,_jury,. who


registerede d Voter" to Legislative
Slast "I lIursda''s Jacksonville blc-
Isoiplib imsval couilmty caHdidilates for thme
Legislature were asked by "Registered
Voter" soinri very pertinent questions -
qliestions wlichi should be asked of evei y
cindiilate for the I.eglilature-aitl in or-
der to direct the attention of Alachua
county'a l.egislat ve camlidates to inmpor
tant iiatters thAt are in tlie minds If tie
people, riot on'mly of Duval county but of
the entire Stale, we reproduce the.ques-
tions which are af follows:
ro Ii. II. Buckiman, J. W. White, Steve
Mellon and A. NM. Wtlliamson, Can-
didatrs for the Legislature:
(With apologies to the DeVoe Paint Co.)
Gentlemen -While other candidates for
political honors have been "defining
t'leir positions" and painting each oth-
er's political potriails, you remain silent.
Please tl usmi wlnt oua intend to do if
Slectlel except to youi pay' and inile-
age. A giooi editorial IIIm tie Metropolis
last Monday se'n!t irn call for boLli lhiollght
and action onll the subjectt on- the part of
legislators. We don't think murderers
sl ouli escape punisnbuient through the
lions'. insiral plea of temporary insanity-
that is, insanity just long enough to com-
mnit the crime. Public opinion demands
that some change be made in the law,
witll a view to making hiimalt life safer
fiomi drunken desperadoes. What do 3ou
think about it? What will you do about
it if elected?
Thean, public opinion seemins to demand
that the power of the Pardoning Board
should be limited and better defined.
What ..o you tliink about it? What will
you do about it il elected?
These are samples of the subjects very
much talked about. There are many
others. Now, why do not the candidates
come out and explain their views on
these subjects? If you do not, gentlemen,
some voters will not vote for any of you.

Vote for the Following
At the meeting of the Hearst Anti-Trust
League held In Jacksonville April 7, the
following persons wire unaninoualy re-
tolilnuteuled to be voted for by Hearst
sii pl)urtirs at the primary on May to:
Ikclegates to the Nationnl Convention
it large Johnim S. Herd, T E. Bryan,
BF. 3 Jlr ln;m. Carson
I. lIc.,t-.- ti) the National Couventioni
f( t ile i c-iil )District--T '. Anders,,n,
J. I-' T lim leni
llmiltiel.- for time Statil I )elllocialtc (,Coll
iitte .it I..Irg .1. WV. Adamis, Dr. War.
a*-,i .\i'er.,ii, N Itllitch, Jollm I
liral. I( I oilC r ingtii.n IF A. Craw-
Iori. Hlerl l I, I Do .1. II. (' lletchul r,
W\'i II.Ikc.r, J. 1M I.anar., Gu.y 1. MN
calf., \ 1" il 11 N ilti Jr., i S. I 'liillip
i'niti- l .inil l.t;lectliors J. C. II. Koolice,
it. It iitinn'imi, II. 1' lltiley, A. It. New
toll. T. A Jeiiniiigs.
Will Speak In Galnesville
IItin. Jno. N. I' Stockton, candidate
for Stlitt's Seilate, anld Hon. N
It. liroward, camnliilnte for Governor, will
(tilress the people ol Alachua county
i I Gainesville on 'Saturday, April 30, at
10 o'clock um. Hons. W. S. Jennings,
candidate for the United States Senate,
and D. H. Mayq and C. M. Brown, can-
didates for Governor, and other dihtin.
guished speakers have been invited to be
This will be a splendid opportunity for
voters and others who have not heard
these distLinguished gentlemen, or who
have heard them and desire to hear them
again, to do so, and this will probably be
their last appearance here during the
Voters, corme ana bear them; don't
rely entirely on what others say about
them, but come antI hear for yourselves.
Remember the time--April 3o, 2o a. m

Want ample Ticket.
High Springs, April as.
Il.ator Star--Surely the ticket to be
voted May moth is a "whopper." We
have seen it in another paper, but not in
the STAR. I think you should publish
it for the benefit of your readers, many
of whom take no other local paper.
What think ye about it?
[You are probably right about what
you think we should do-the ticket
should be published in all the papers a
few timus before election day. Our space
is limited, bit, bnegmnnitig posibly with
our next iess we expect to publiah a
sample of the ballot in the Star until the
primary.- FAitor.]

Rev. Rogis Accepts.

Rev. S. B. Rogers, of Mariana, whoi
was called to the pastorate of the First
Dtlat church this city recenpty, bs
aempl--&4tsr several weeks of dellb-
eItatis-sid writ that be especte sto
iJa bis soers here by the efst sBudmy
Ai.Raganins resAlet of thm ie7

islgeaft Ba&pat Cao-emtl-, smnd i id
-' od a ui *e divisefi thoe

SmureN"s"a' a -"= issNs40Oakr

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Addressed Citizens From Band
Stand Saturday.


No Other Candidate Present--

Good Sized Crowd--Pleas-
Ing Address.
According to a previous announcement
in these coluimuas Governor Willianm S.
Jeanilng", candidate tor the n, ited Statels
Senate, spoke here Stutinlay in the in-
terest of his cannilacy.
The Governor wi s introduced in a
pleasant manner by Ilon. J. M. Rivers, a
few minutes after eleven o'clock in the
forentoon. lie spoke from the band
stand to a lair sized audience gathered
under the magnificent oaks in front of
hnin utill a constantly moving locomno
tive on the A. C. I.. nearby rendered'
hearing difficult, andl then he left the
stand ndl went idow on the ground
nearer the IK-ople. rediartking as he did
so that he was not a rallrond candidate,
and that the rnilro'ds were evidently
against him.
The govei.ior made a very pleasing
speech. He did not go for Ilis oplmo.ents
(none oft them were present) as hard as
somine thought lie would, though hlie
showed that Senator Tmliarerro's record
consisted of things lie "favored" aud
things lie "stood for," and not of things
he did. The fact that lie "stood for" a
thing, or "favored" it did not put any-
thing to his credit unless he had tried to
make things come to pass, which he de-
clared Taliaferro did not do.
Tue governor did not go for Mr. Stock-
tou any on this occasion, but concluding
his speech lie said: The first primary
comes on May io, and there will be an-
other about June 7 1 expect to be
nominated at one or the other of the
primaries; I'nm not particular about the
date, for I can run all winter aa well as all
summer. I've got plenty of money. I pay
my own campaign expenses-no other
main can do it for me."
After the speaking was over, a voter
from one of the country precincts was
I heard to may to another: "Where do you
reckon Jeiuniiigs got so much moneye?
lie says he's got plenty of nimoney. )Do
.omi irckon thalit was really true about
hI-v they say Flagler turned loose money
to get hant divorce bill fixed like lihe
wantal i in"'

A Good Law and an Able Man
The sawmill meni of the State, accold.-
hig to one of their numb r, are a unit for
C. M. Brown for Gover.or. They are
grateful to Senator Brown for relieving
them of the burden of equipping flat cars
for shipping lumber, and which must now
be done by tlie railroads as part of the
flat car equipment. In the past they not
only had to equip their own cars, but
were charged freight on the standards
used. ibe railways are trying to make
this law useless by equipping cars so they
can not be used, but the Railroad Com.
mission, the bulwark of the people's
rights, are bringing them to time. This
law, it is estimated, will save the sawmill
men over $4oo,ooo a year when enforced
by the Railroad Commission, and, it is
said, will be adopted verbatum by the
Georgia Legleluture. Senator Brown,
while a member of the Legislature, seo.
cured the passage of many good law,
but if this was the only one it would
prove its worth to the state of Plorida,
and this bill in particular proves hisa un-
selfish nature, for, in his race for the
State Senate i t9go2, the sawmill men
actively opposed his election,, and his
efforts in their behalf are particularly
noticeable on that account. With the
sawmill men, the old Confederate vet-
erans, their sons and sons-in law behind
him, C. M. Brown's chances of election in
the first primary are considered ezcel-

.We Can Not.
We have teen compelled to consign
several communications to the waste bas .
ket this week-amae for one reason and
some for another. We can not give a
column or more of space to articles that
are perhaps of no spedal interest to any
one but the writer.
We would 'like to publish some articles
that are "turned down." but our space is
United, and this is why eome conmmunl-
catlons are not pablMsead.
We like to get start and esuMsed
news Ite"m frs m ea setioe of tha
oemnty, but all' emb esaMnfttlesiow
bmald betrWad toi UMPait-

Mrl 0s-t^^.w -~WI~B .B1.^^t"' *

APRILK .. 1904.

Try l-aganii' niarliet for iest nmeats. i 1 t'o nt fitil to ltelil thie speaking here
Rii) n rIaime of lauld in Cumla. Write oat April v., Ihy Stickhtim, Jenning,.
J. o. AmtIrews, Gaitesvillie, Ill. 95 ,t Itrotnrdi. Itrown, MNaIa, am.mi posauilyv
A \V. McDotialhi reliinrmel a few dalss otbeis. T)"ce slirnkiig %ill tie ,t to a. itl.
ago froitm a bu.imiess trii to Si t ti Flori ila. It ill lie ouimv teai it l Imefore tie lfirnt
i\ I litlch aid m II l'will, of lrmumr, alli all wi ina, n l it.houild a iil
t..emim).e'eit of tlht ilipi in imimi) to see ammil
Illigh Sprimigs, wete in the cait ye t..t.ayl them 'elvei of tkiaeli rt luitniti to see al
M1rs. A. A I. 1 i le%. a li .-t lady of Cyvril, wa- sh,.pinig int lihcit)'y Iuve ulrie cl it Hii.'mgs. ia nmi .-erower
t)tmhera hitive tried it ammil (tromoumiei t it
Friday. juoa.l. Flor sale at It (.ilhlligs' Drugi
J. II. i'raser, nuperimetenlemlt of tic I leoi. t;.minleville, aitl i'slolit lItrug
Konmoko peach orchards, was in town S t re imiSi 1.1.\. tilliielms. Il II lirimg%
'Mo M md.M r.- '.kS
J. T. Stokes and I,.J3.IK illght, of .uI- '1mailer almi bhy viltUI of i tiiil ialtrerc
Srosse, were iimpsiiess visitors to tihe cilt'y mile amil rendereI omi the atli day I-
ester Januarv, .'A I). mIoj, by ton W. S.
yester, iiy. l.i, -.!, l...I.r., ..i l,1. l%.'t,, <*' ,tl ,>f ih,"

Attorney at I,w y.'l ristoplher Mluthe-
.-on la-ft yesterday for Ilartow oin a Ilimi-
Ines trip.
R. I. GIladney of Micanolpy was iin the
city Satirday and paid tIe Star office a
busiiie-s call.
Editor Selzer, of the High Springs
lHornet, was a visitor to our city yester-
day on business.
Z M. Sanders, one of the Star's valued
subscribers at llawthorn, was ia btisiinems
visitor to Gainesville Fridlay.
I.. W. Jackson, representative of lihe
Singer Sewing Machine Couipanv was its
the city Friday from his home at Ocala.
F'. C Jones, Palmer; V. A. Teague,
Ocaja, and James C. Hall, Alchuna,
were among the business visitors to this
city Friday.
Dr. Sib'ey was out making professional
calls yesterday in the neighborhood of
Newnans lake, and he reports it very
dry out there.
.WV C. Hague and 0. M. Tillman, calln-
didates for Sheriff and the Legislature
respectively, were pleasant callers at the
Star office Priday night.
George L,. Taylor, of 'almner, man-
ager of the Gainesvllle Peach Orchard
Company's interests, was a business vis.
itor to the city Friday
lion John iG. Dhmpier, of league, the
popular and efficient County Commnii.-
t-oner from District No. I, and candidate
for re-election, was in the city yesterday
Several have taken the hint thrown out
in our last issue, and have renewed their
subseaiptlons without our having to dun
them, and we sincerely trust others will
follow tleir worthy example.

Ex-Senator J. A. Rosborouigh, one of
the popular candidates for the ILeginln-
ture, was In the city Friday, and seemed
to be encouraged with tIhe evidences of

support he is everywhere receiving.
Mr. Isaac Stevens, a prominent cittl/en
of Ocala, is in the city, anil will remain
several days. He is here to look after
repairing soine property owned by New
Vork parties, and for which lie is agent.
In our shoe department you will findl
dlaluty styles in women's fancy footwear
Our styles are too numerous to mention,
so call and examine our stock. We can
also furnish you with polish and black-
aing at half the usual price. 1.. C.Smith.
Rev. I. I). Geiger, Corresponding Sec
ret-ry of the IlaptisI State Convention,
preached an able sermon at the l'aptist
church Stiunday morning aind afternoon.
Rev. Geiger is one of I'lorida's ablest
W W. Avera, formerly of the popular
cold drink and confectionery firm ol
Miller & Avers, is fitting an a beautiful
plaece on the east side of the square, and
will be ready to sprve the public on or
about May I.
S. L. Turner, a prosperous vegetable
grower of Nettleton, was in the city Sat-
urday. Mr. Turner reports that much
trouble about getting baskets and castes
is now being experienced by those dealsr-
Ing to ship vegetable.

Dr. J. B. 8. Homes, an eminent phys-
ician and surgeon of Atlanta, Ga.. who
is a special friend of our popular and
efficient sheriff, L.- W. Pennell, arrived
in tle city a few days ago, to spend a
few days with Sheriff Pennell.
Dr. Merritt Corthel, the eminent New
York oculist and eye speelalist, whoem
present headquarten may be found at
Interlaches, spent several days at the
Brown House last weak. See blas ad. and
next Galnesville datesa n this paper. .
Mr. Crawford, of the ltwvy 'rmaef
Crawferd &a Davis, .left Sunday for At.-
Ianta, Ga., where he went to purchase a
car load of mules. This enterprlsltg irm
expect to move In their new quarter
abshout the first of May. They ave re of
the haadsomset tabi a is the tate.
P. M. Rausey, Wacaboeta; G(eoge
Snowden, Fairbalks; J 0. t Opls.,
Bland: L. C. .GA y and 4. K. Ande-
son, HIgh Spricg ; OM A. MorteI, vWe;
A. B. ShasentI, Bdll I. Potter.,'tUg.
and W. M. Ad41 Wladpwr, wear posIing
the budmise vWit ai to t* ty at y.
Attenils ,s 6010 l kmi t I V.

,issof t-eot t -; PN lt,"do, a Wa

ex-periim*abd A r ir"

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tSll Judicin Circuit of 'loiilda, in uul foi
Alaihua coun y, in a case tle e pendilig,
oa the Clihanucery side of salti court,
whemiriii Ritlicel 1M. Jamuerson of Alachus
coimuity, Ftlit ihn, as administratrix of the
estlite of J UinS A. lIrock, deceased, late
of saul place, and J. Jamimeron., her
litishsnl, tire t 'miltlitiiimtits, anml iHlenry F.
Itromker ail Drew lrItkecr, his wife, are
dlefeiIdnnts. Wi-hrein I '- aIs aipploiinted sA
a sl acitl master in chaiie'ryI to execute
said decree, I will sell at IpiImlic out cry,
before the court Ihmoised m.ilo, is thme it)
of Gai'iesville, mi Alhiclmia cmitily .l' lr:t
Ida, on Monday, thief 6th day of il'inr. A
Ii. 190.,i hfing lWegl sale daly', 1etweei]
the legnl hours of sale, the following ale
scribed real estate muitunteil, lyhlg mn be
linig in tihe county oi Alachua, Sitnte o
Plorida. and particularly known and de t
acribed ans follows, to.wit:
The west half of thie northeast quarter
of Section Iixteeni ( 16), Townihbp nine
(9) south, Range fourteen (14) cast, sit-
uated- I Alacinua county, i'lorida, to-
gether with all and shiguilar the ten.,
uents, hereditanments and appertei'.iincc
thereunto belonging or In anywire apper
Said property levied uIun and to hi
sold as the property of sasiI dlefemnlamtr
to satidfy and pay smal decree, fees iam
costa. TJ'ermns cash.
This a6th day of Apill, A. D. 19o4
Special Master in Chancery.
Cmi allorPIIrca MtTIIICsoN.
Comiplninant's Solicitor.


I(Jtinesville, -
Opposite Iarown House.


'l'hone No. 97.


G maiuesville,


O(flice in Miller's Law Exchaange.

T. F. Thomas



Personal attention to all
nfatters in thiq line. Mail
and telegraph orders
promptly at ridecd ,i to.
Embalming scientificnily
done ,.

$end You LBundW I to


Jewel Laundry,

J, Ruankle, Proprietor,

Your Chickens, iggs
Vegetables, and in fact all
kind of Country Pro-

Highest Price' for Coun-
try Produce. and Sell a
Cheap the Cheapeut

Va. wheN you Wnt Sta
plr *md Psrr -.

Mention this

A0v$*tb~ment .
-% ,
4,. !, '7:' ,"* I .'. .'. ".!1

A.A. A ,
County Commlelsoner. r
At the earnest solicitation of many '
friends I hereby announce myself a ma -
tldate for County Commissioner fresh.
Dsrlctt No.. If elected I prote to '
fathfu honestly dim th
duties the oAlewo to MbA et of my
ability. RIt pe o tt'

County Cemmnlllo p, '.
At the earnest eeill0UtatUi of af i '
my Democrat frilede, I hue
names myseMl a admdtefor
to thq position at CofV pty i
flw strict No. Alaa
If rMlected 1i psaNb* to pedon i
Us* of t ol. fto ta hit of my
in the future s hawvdose ta o I i
JO. DAsMseI. .
County Treasrme, Ys.or
Fellow Deia ci A saa Cu, i'.
dare tsad sulllN u th eoS i
tiemne _l_ voters dmiang the
ad at e poatll a t
uTduaris re epitewa lessto
hsave MWM is siebse huta

', '

S. ,

County Superlntondnt4.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superintendeeadnt of
Public JInstruction of Alachua county,
subject to the action of the Democratie
lrlumary. and respctfully aolkit the stip-
port of all democatin yoter. -
J. O. K-U.r.ta .

County SaerlMntndient,
I am a candidate for the office of 8u-
perintendent of Public Instruction of
Alachun county, sUbject to the action 6f
the Democratie primary, and solicit the
supportof Democratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment and the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. KtKX.V.

County superlntendont.
I hereby aunuunou iyelf a easdidala
for the office of SUpeelnent od lio f Ph
lie Instructlion of A m eeoaty, ahjem
to thn DemocratIc primary, and 6i1l thei
support f Democratic oter. If i alted,
I will ase every honorable method to liq
uldate th e county and etib-dltrislt i I
debts. My policy will be good schoise,
good terms, good f eiacers sad common
se a teaching of reading, _ritIng, spell. i
ing and arlthmatic. H having taugt '
every grade in tahe pblig scooe l syst
of this Iat. Iielnudlan Institute P four
terms Normal work, f am convinced of
thi mportance of more earnest teaching
la the elementary studio.
Ooe. NM. ltrlNC,
County Judge.
I hereby aanotine myself as a candi-
date before the Democratic primary of
Alacsa county for election to the of-
ace of County Judge,. Having fithfully,
hoaeley ad almartiaily diseharg"d y
o4leal duaM I n the past, I pledge my
bonor to continue to dop. In the fete, |
if elected, and will bd very gatramua |a
the support of the Democratic v y ra
S conty. M Olm .
Tax Asesmer,

to a A
m bat o-^l g ^

Announcement under tihe above head, Legel.atW
'of resonable length, will be plmblisle'l m n 1 hereby annouce my I f
eat'h anti every ilmue of the TWiCt-A. for Representative f1m1i%.
Wmm.K STAR fromm n.w until the can- i the next Leg{-latur, In *
poign is over for f5 for each announce action of the DlM crate
ient. Trttt CAan must accompany the solicit the support of my
co)py fur each announcement Announce- Resrectfull ,
te' imts at this price must not contain Re*rectfull M. TII '
Immtre thaiTi TWKITV i'liNtS, including $4
Ilegd itiul signature. legilature. '
To the Voters ofAlachua County:
Clerk Circuit Court. Without the slightest unkind
i tl the I eiiot rut-, of Alachua County i for thee who didanot vote for me in
"I vv st-hit.1 ilitie .tt of May for hoidimigfor those who did, I again offer Wflt -..
ii: I'rtiitr Ii;r,'.tm(. Iherehy announce honorable potio one O
il1% self ii, a citmalatllte for tile Isltion of sentUatves In the next General
! Ovls'tk o: lhe t'ioticltt'ourt of Alachua Support tue If I am right, support no
t .iintv., 1idl 1 olictt itamionly the vote, loun as I stay right and lay misn i,..
hit tihe silirl ,oi if my frienida to secure when [ go wrong. some my we ha .
mimy electolun if electael, I promise to many laws already Granted-it they
performin ti.e duties (of tie office faithfully were all good ones, but many are uselem
antl fully. I imailke this iitimise knowing some absolutely pernicious nd d
thoroumgily wlmut tlho.c iittles are. Tlhecy be wiped off the statute book. oitg a
have already been leaiirmel y ele cMietice, Democrat I will abide by the action o1.
and I truet that all D)emnociatkc 'vote, the primary. With good will toward l!M
may consider my appeal in making their mmemm. I m yours tr
selection. J N W.J TRNCH.
saaitt ill imums. Legislature.
AMUB elicited by many friends,. I announce
Clerk Circuit Court. uself a candidate for Repr tativ
1 el lt I iocrte of Alachuas county t from Alb a ect to the Democrtle
I Ihereby annonmii nmi sell a candidate f elected th people of Alachntut ,
fur Clerk of the Circuit Court or Alachua assmued that their interest wsil ob We -
counity. s uiject to your actio1i I tihe taken car of In oir net TIJplte %,jtt .
f Ienmocritlic 'rlrimary, I solicit the sup- and I shall espeially Weisre j u t .
port of all l)em.crats, and if I .im. electr e ce for the enactme at of a taT"r W U C,'
I promnie to lic' large the duties of the smtutlir to that now la force ian 7
Soffce to the very best of mmy ability. which has done so much to solve*t "
S t.s-ipectflly,. .. lab problem uIn that State. .Y
J. MAXIav DI.I.. A. U. HIJ LAIV. .
Sheriff. Legileature.
I To the Voters of Alachua County;: hereay announce myself a candidate .
I hereby annoimnce myself a candidate for Ripresentatlve from Alachua county,
for tile office of Hheriff, subject to the In thtie Leisllture. subject to the
a action of tie next I)emocratic primary, actloun of the Democratic primary. It"
If elected, I irumise to discharge time elected I promise to serve the people as
I duties of the office to tile very chest of inay athfliily as I can aina i solicit theJ p.
ability, annd I solicit the support of ail port of my fellow Deamocrats at the poil
voters at I hepoll. Respectfully,
respectfully CHAs; HODtO.
W. C. ItAGuH. -- --.--
S heriff- Leglieature.
Sheriff. UDesmocratic voters of Alachua county:
To the uDemocratic Voters of Alachua I respectfuJly announce myself a eadi
County: date for the Legislature and solicit your
I embrace tilis method ol expressing support I will abide by the acUoa of
my warmest appreciation for the con- the primary. Yours truly,
fidence you placed in me In 1896, and I. A. Roauoiouoou.
continuously from that date to thi, and -
sincerely trust that your confidence has supervisor of Regiltration.
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to To the Democratic Voters of Alachua Co.;
the very beat of my ability, to do my I am a candidate for the office of Super;
duty, regardless of persons or the conae- visor of Registration of Alachna empty,
lueances to myself. how well I have suc- and respectiully solicit the aport o
needed I leave to you to judge. I have Democratic friends at the primary, May
beems encouraged to believe that ay el- toth. Thanking you in advance fox your
forts have received the approval of the support, I am Rapectfully,
peaceful law-loviug citizens. of our I). A. RoulaTson,
county, for which I am truly thankthl. I -
am again a candidate for the offiee of Mombet Soheel Oeard.
tlimeriff and will appreciate your support, The friends of J. A. King hereby an-.
anud promise, if reelected, to resume my nounce him a candidate for member of
duties unfettered with any promise to the Alachua County School Board, tro
s. special favors, andl shall endeavor in the Distriet No. 1, subject to the action of
future, as in the past, to do amy duty the the Democratic primary to be held May
best r know how. P'ronmising if elected so, and they solicit tbhe support of a I
or defeated not to be a candidate for the Democratic voters both during the cam-
office again. Respectfully, paign and at the polls on eleetaon day.
..riff. County Commilsioner.
Sheriff. I hereby announsace my candidacy for
I will lie a candidate for the office of County CommImsIoner from District No.
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the nmp- s t s r o
port of tile voters of thiis county inI tn 4,supprt o tthe priDmry, and a voelic t&
eolnlin primary. Again thanking the district, pl adgng en economical dS Ua;
voteroifor mny election as Representative, partial admlnstratlon of the affair of
I am a ever,
umt s ever, WILID the office if elected.
Thaw. if. w nD."all A A MrS

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for si
I being

!he ). A. R.'a in convention at
iington Tuesday pamssod I esaol
condemning UnIled Slat. Smn
lmO,.o f IT, I lh

-At Garrett, Pa., striking miners
Have surrounded the coal mines and
Serious trouble Is feared.
'-T'he International Sunday school
convention opened at Jerusalem Mon-
day. Eight hundred Americans are In
-Brooks county, Ga., will send sam-
ple of fine syrup to St. LJoula fair.
-Eight hundred and eighty-four new
S Bohool houses have been built In Nortli
SCarolina In two years.
-Quiet is restored in Pensacola fol.
Slowing the shooting among soldiefx
and policemen.
s-Qold rains have protected the fruit
crop, according to reports from various
-There will bo-an effort to put ap-.
S proprlation bills to tho forefront dur.
lusg the present week Ip the senate
g. The sundry civil bill will be taken up
first. When It Is disposed of the lien
alon appropriation bill will be presedoi.
-Statehood and ship hlisildy wJill
be the features of the houso proco.ul
IngfI this week, with conference re.,iol-.
and minor bills to fill the gaps.
-In a letter to Chairman Gillett, at
the house committee on civil service
former Commlssloner F'onllko les charges that Rosevelt has
,'.,- made more exceptions than other prui-

" -At Indianapolis Sunday morningI
S fre n St. Vincont homiptal cauntd a
S anic in which one woman was killed
and several persons Injured.
-Emperor William is credited lithi
having Indicated that he was ready to
met President Loubet, should the oc-
Scaslon arise before the end of the
' Mediterranean cruise.
-Admiral Togo re-ports that the
tRusslan battle ship Pilt'iriiavlouvk was
destroyed and the Piohllu ta crippled by
anins laid by heo Japaneto. The Jap-
anese cleverly decoyud itho Risplan
sghlige..,or the minutes.
-An Iron-clad train Is being pro-
T ored to take the czar to the front if
e' decides to asume command In the
T" -r last.
-Attorneys for Alfred Daniels, a
.1orth Carolina negro accused of kill-
ing a white man, apply to United
States tspromo court for now trial onu
ground that jury was white.
-E-d. Gammons, who slew his sweet-
$leart and her father In Mississippi,
"tells details of killing the gril.
-'-Cn grand juries act In absence ol
the judgq? is the problem In Richmond
suiltaty, Ga.
', 1 4eorgla T. P. A.'s adjourned after
g 'eessfcul gathering at Augusta.
S-Battleshlp Texas now holds
world' record fbr rapid and accurate

T- -The Massachusetts republican
*ay5 tin Frilday turned down the
r~ ~an reciprocity plan offered by
jk uhtnae N. Foss, who was himself do'
-' fefttle4 delegate at large to Chicago.
a:ptala David Wheeler, U. S. A..
41e aIn Mindanao, Philippines. Frl-
day, sa the result of a stah received
while scouting saloln Moro works.
--Richard H. Edmonds, editor of The
g**ttafneturers' Record, given an Inter-
,IW g interview on the cotton situar
I the south.
LR',. oeuton county, Geoglia, will
g ,lwivpmf tle wih the dlNpensary
Leather MauZlfietuittW' Na
bank and the Mechaulis' Na
bank, of Now Y.i have con-

owp) TAdem o tt secon.-
aa. At 1Abin ia,- tioted delegatos
li.r Ug4oe Alton Broolk Par

a oat
"lh willb .ib I
re county.

uckt6wn Iaie mtt
H@*p the u^e tg4
b ia,"ngtoa Monday. :
l P9~o kljled by a rA.l.
co0s. earns oa tAO
f.eioh, Pa, rtfdi.
K BHB9i ^ 1hs J qir HMf E5^ffTO'^ o">)dl1

by th
at 8t
ed tht
the F
* man I
ven ti
Its di
are sw

lCwed. -
AL, evry, window' edn the third and
fourth flprt were. crowded the panic-
gtrioken m'en and -'women, screaming
for help, .to tho*e on the street be-
low, who were for more than twenty
m, inute-r prevented from batering the
building because of the dense smoke.
The panic that raged on the third
and fourth floodn continued until long
after the rSre -bad been quenched. Pa.
tlenta wholhad just undergon surgical
01 eratlons rushed from their beds to
tle windows.aan attempted to throw
tLemselves on the' ground.
Harriet Leahy, an old employeee of
the hospital, leaped from a window
on the fourth floor, and when picked
up was dead.
In the rear men and women were
making ropes of bad olothes by which
they escaped to the ground below.
Katherine Beach, lesi fortunate than
the rest, lost her hold and fell from
tl'e third floor, and Is now In a crit-
ical condition from Internal injuries.
As ant unusual number of sflrglcal
operations were performed In the hos-
pital on Saturday, many of the pa-
tients carried from their boeds by the
rescuers, were In a critical condl ,-n.
ano the physicians Ili charge fear that
many fatalities may ensue,
James Dawson, an Omaciated patient. I
worked heroically. among the panic
stricken men and women on the third
floor. One after another he pulled away
from the windows those who were
preparing to jump to the street be
low, and piloted them through the
smoke to places of safety on the first
floor. After saving twenty-seven nurses
and patients from possible injury in
this manner he lost consciousness,
and was.carried Into the male ward,
where medical attention was given
him. For a timq It was Thought that
he could not undergo the terrible
strain to which he had been sub-
jecte -
Owing to the fire proof construction
the actual lose to the building will
lt nCaeUd .11,000.


Measure Carrying Over $187,000,000
S eGoes Throughi Senate.
The general pension appropriation
bill, carrying an appropriation of
$187,000.00D and emergency riv-
er and harbor appropriation bill,
which carries 38,000.000, were passed
Thiurday by the senate. Ioavinhg only
the general deficiency and military
tary academy bills of the entire list
.o supply ineaiurea still to be consid-
ered by hbe senate.


Attempt Made to Bring' Crum Case
S to a Conoluplon.
A WAIblngton dispatch says: The
rum oase was brought up In exec-
utive' seamstn Thursday afternoon by
eator O.Galiager ,or New Hamp-
Ihfre.. 11ators Latimer, Gorman
nd' Teller erred notice on the re-
blleant that An attempt to force
appointment through In the ab-
ange of Senator Tlliman would cause
Sadournment of the seiate-to be


fifp- WnIt O itd Ot to Prey
t: '., i'"aill 4, WM'. < mutr.e1e

B t, It i5 -no.nced t-o
,. i;, m.^ .ti

visioned for two years."
Situation at Port Arthur.
The situation a Port Arthur, ac-
cording to an Assoclated Press dis-
patch, is unchanged.
Two other naval offloers have at'
rived and will be attached to the Rus-
sla.n headquarters.
The cruiser Bayan suffered no dam-
age from the hall of shells poured up.
on her from the Japanese warships
when the Bayan went to the assist-
ance of the Ruasian torpedo boat deo
stroyers on April 183. Jast previous to
the sinking of the Petropavlovsk.
Jap 8pies Caught.
Two Japanese have been caught dis-
guTsed as Lamas and with 860 pounds
of guncotton In their possession, at-
tempting to destroy the Nonni bridge.
They have been conveyed to Port Ar-
thur for examination as to how they
procured Chinese passports. They will
afterwards be dealt with according to
martial law.
Jape Sunk Battle Ship.
Advice from St. Petersburg slate
that all doubt as to the cause of the
destruction of the battle ship Potro.
pavlovsk and the damage to the t.
lie ship Pobloda at Port Arthur Is dis-
slIato(,l by the report submitted by
telegraph to theo emperor April 21.
In it Viceroy Alexleff stated In a
way that leaves the matter no longer
an open question that mines were re-
sponsible for the disaster. The ad-
mission of the presence of Japanese
ships off Port Arthur on the night pre-
ceding the going out of .the Russian
ships, which were watched by Admi-
ral Makaroff tends to establish Vice
Admiral Togo's claim that his ships
laid mines, one of which the Rusalan
battle ships struck.

To Protect Battlefield Monuments.
Representative Rixey, of Virginia,
has Introduced a bill in the house ap-
propriating $50,000 to protect the
monuments that have been or may he
erected on the battloflelds of Bull


Two White Man and Two Negroes
Have Fatal Row In qouth Carolina.
Information ot a tragedy In which
three lives wero lost bhas been re'olv-
ed from Barton, larnwell county,
South Carolina. The actcra were two
white men, John Ormnor and Willie
Stone and two negroes. Clay Dickin-
sRn and IBrTl'dw (lardnar. Stone and
Iicklnson are dead. Grider is mortally
shot and Griner seriously wounded.


One qf the Chicago "Car Barn Ban
dits" Attempte Suicide.
Peter Nelderknelr, the leader of the
car barI bandita condemned to die c-
the gallows Friday, made two dosper
ate attempts at suicide. He laid his
plans carefully. First he maslicaled
and swallowed the heads ot seventy-
five or one hundred sulphur matches.
While the phosphorous waas burning
ai stomaebch he sawed at the radia
4rlery of his left wriat with a sharp
pointed lead pencil, and had almost
neaotld the vital spot Whea detected.
f .

Jury' FInding Against Ralilroad ChSar
aswwd. a g KxOe8tv1.
At OplUi*h1I, b, WOeneeads.
when the ea O f tits Wi"liMm ta 6
IKay a-aiSt t.he l beord. At rl 4 U

ra ,i, -..of
m,.tm iili:i;4140~ il,,

0 'e s Of Lose S.. sUine. ,Aby O .ar's, NAavy
-:*il t I-tl Through Work of Jiap and Many
ODisptrous.lutders. The Japansee Advance Into
Icf Summtary of Even t ine Port Arthur.hArbor, psited Manohuria Is Unopposed.
Impof tarch ay. the Russians, blcws up RuMsla .
Of each Pay- *.'ruiser.Tensel, kIfHng 95 men.

n f Mine Port' Arthu. destroys the GREAT TERROR PREVAILS
The Medical Asstn cal aona ofesli cr-,ser BOarrln, killl.g 197.
met. in Macon Wednesdayy. l cruiser Boyarln. kiliin 197. .
hTe GeorgiA trult crop was not sen. Tr
ged by the recent cold snap. RUssian forts fire pa thro. torpedo Hundreds of W air'e T reos are
aoulslana held its regular election boats, bellAving tpeaM to be Japanese, Drowna d While Trying to a
Late oflcers Tuesday, democrats s~l slic them, killing 150 men. Yalu In Ove wded Boat&
successful. Rusala pushed her troops across tho Port Arthur I1tiatlirn.
"htte men anil negroes engage lu Siberian frolstier Ij spite of the terrl- --
in Sau'i C'aroIlna and throe fl. cold provsallag there. The men A correspondent of The Ilona4on
are lost. *are overcOme on Lake Dalkal and 600 Times, cabling from Niuchwaug5 says
forth Carolina man resigns:0I perin 'i
osary to remal inchurch. Battlebhip Petropavolovek blown up that a messenger has arrived there
e petiarytion of the Harriman in- mine and-800 perish, from the Yalu river with the laInorma.

s for an InterVention in the 1tattleship Pobleda strikes mine and tion that the Russlans are fleeing
iern Scrnrlttes case was denied Isa badly damaged. north across the river In ovwretrowd.
he United States elrcuit court Waribhipe'Crippled by Jape. ed boat nd are losing hundreds by1
t. Paul Tuesday. It is bellev- Battleship Retzlvan torpedoed and drowning.
Lt Harriman will pro be,l In state beached at Poft Arthur.
Selfher in New:Jersey or In Min. Battleship 'Cesarevitch torpedoed Danger for AMierlean.
a. and beached at Port Arthur. A correspondent of The Frankfurter
before the sub commit tee of Lhe Battleship Poltava, hole below'water Zeitung (Berlin), writing from Harbin,
Swayno lnvestilgualing committee line. Manchuria, under date of Marcn 16.
lay, Profossonr John Wurts. of Armored cruiser Boyarin disabled says:
who formerly prnctlled law in by Japanese fire at Port Arthur. i "Great bitterness has been aroused
onvllle, gave evidence against Cruiser Pullada torpedoed at Pert throughout Manchuria against, Amer.
o':orlda federal Judge. Arthur and beached. cans and British because It Ia bellev-
'rominent Tammany leader.i Ha l Cruiser Novik, iole beloN water ed American and British vessels took
crate shouihl nominate a souithei-rn line at Port Arthur. part In the bombardment of Port Ar.
or vice president First.-clas aftnored cruiser Varlag thur under the Japanese flag. This be-
he Pennsylvania democratic con. destroyed at Chemulpo. Ilef apparently Is due to the fact that
on refused Tiutslay lo Insitru Russian torpedo -boatt destroyer tle Japanese fleet was larger than the
elegates, the maJtorty of wtom Jezetrashni dunkloff Port Arthur. For- ftusslars anticipated and include. um.
Lid to o in favor of e Par ty-ve en and ofcers lost. known types of vessels.
Lid to be In favor of Judge Par tI-fqe oeorslImstnf. f,. t ,that m.,er .

British Threatep to Fire on Biteflalds-1 Head of OCa's Army In Manchurl
eassue Fisheermen Were Taken Qdits Post Because of Appoint-
PrIoeene UL)nder Their FIlQ. mhent of Skrydleff.

A dispatch from Kingst6n, Jamalea, An Assoclated Press dispatch froi
bays: The British cruiser Retributon, CL. Petersburg says: Viceroy Alexie
.which under instructLons from the Lm- has applied by telegraph to the empe
perOMal overnmmat sailed from KdIg- or to be relieved of bh4 polUion I
itoni, April 11 for a Nic Sguan port In viceroy In the Par East. It Is expect
connection with the selsure of six Oaf- -4 that the request will be tmined
man .turtle schooners and the arrest ately granted.
of their crews by Nmeoagans offlotals, The Immediate cause of the vie
returned to Port Royal from the Nic- roy's application Is reported to be th
araguas coast Thursday, after ascer- appointment of Vice Admiral Blhry
taking that the vessels and crews had loff, one of Admiral Alexteff's strong
been sint to Blueflelda. eat enemies, and sharpest critics i
The captain of the Retribution ac- auc;esaor to the late Vice Admiri
cimed the Nicoaraguan commandant, Ilakarorf, In command of the Russia
under whose orders the schooners, navy In the Far East.
were seized, of piracy.. There is con- Vice Admiral Skryilloff had an Inte
aternation among the Nicaraguan of- view with the emperor Tuesday an
ficlalsve ru the affair. tscussed with his majesty the quo
It was necessary for the Retribuion n o of hise (hrydloff'a) relations wll
to return to Port Royal to coal, but Alexleef.
the cruiser will sail for Bluefiolds Im- The relieving fio-u command
medtiely to demand the release of the 'Viceroy Alexieff wpuild not surpril
prisoners and the boats and alsocom-ntelligcnobserers of th Eas
pensation for their Illegal seizure and the gradual change in the emperor
deteanion. attitude toward the viceroy and N
It Is rumored that should It be found Rezobraoff, vho reproesnted the mil
necessary, the Retribution will bom- rant or advanced element which wi
bard the port of Bluefields. anxious that Russia should remain I
British Flag Raised. Manchtrla. It %as to ntese two me
A special from Managua, Nicaragua, that the Anglo-Japanese entente- fir
says: The five tortoise-shell fishing lost its terrors. They believed thi
schooners captured recently while lu England would not go to war and thi
Nicaraguan waters and taken to Blue. Japan could not do mo. To the Imdi
-fields had boistea the British flag on nation of Jap&n they succeeded I
one of the small Islands off Cape tira- ,uruIng the policy of the empire
cloa-a-Dios, Nicaragua. The fisahereon from carrying out the treaty for th
claimed they were encouraged to do 'entire evacuilon of Manchuria pen
so by their colonial employees. Ing further demands on China.
The British representative at Man --
agau in an Interview Is quoted as say- CANDIDATES FOR ALL OFFICES
Ing in regard to the visit of a Brit-
Ish man of war, that she is going Florldii Republican Stata Committi
to Blueflelds on a friendly visit to In- Puts Out Full Ticket.
vestigate certain events. Acting on tho powers conferred I
Arms for Nicaragua. the Florida republican convention
The Nicaraguan steamer Ometepe, committee put a full ticket in tl
from Havana, has arrived In Necara- field as follows:
guan waters with a consalgnment of Por governor, M. 13. MacFarlani
war munitions purchased In Cuba. secretary of stale, .Iohn F. Horr; i
It Is rumored that another confer, torney general, Fred 8. Cubberl)
ence will take place shortly at Ama- comptroller, J. L. Skipper; tress
pala, In the Gulf of ronseca, between rer, 2 M. Brelsford; superintenJet
the presidents of Honduras, Nica'agus ol public Instruction, W. 0. O'N-11
and San Salvador. commissioner of agriculture, J. I
It was announced from Havana, Rowley: railroad commissioner, II. ,
March 30. that the Nicaraguan govern- Ritchle; justice of the supreme cour
meant steamer Otnetepe had sailed for M. B. Shepard; associate Justices, (
Blueflelds that day with 5,000 Rem- 8. T %'rr, C. S. Adams and E. I
lngton rifles purchased from a Span. Axtell.
Ish hardware house In Havana. County committees will be urgi
to place local tickets in the field
WAR CLAIMS FOR GEOHGIA. very county In the state and apea
rs vflll be sent broadcast through
State Will Get Between $15,000 and the state.
$20,000 Under Bill.
A Washington special says: The TO DIVIDE PLANT ESTATE.
house Thursday afternoon passed the .
bill amending the existing law rela- Assets Transferred to New Yoi
tIve to the reimbursement of the dlf- Courts to Overcome Provision.
ferent states for certain expenditures The petition of the late Henry
they made in the payment of troops, Plant, asking that the balance of h
which volunteered for the war with estate, amounting to over $165i,,.,0C
Spain. be transferred frinm Connecticut
Owing to some misunderstanding the jurisdiction of New York courl
relative to the decisions of the was granted by ProL ate Judge Cleav
comptroller of tie treasury concern- land at New Haven, Conn., Tuesday
Ing these claims, the officials of some In his will' 1Mr. Plant stipulated th
states failed to file their claims with- the estate should be kept Intact uni

In the original time limit. the arrival at age of his youngest
It was for the purpose of correct- grandson, who Is now 9 years old. This
nlag this and securing to the states the could be done under the Connecticut
return of all-the moneys due on this law. but the heirs at law. desiring an
account that the bill which passed Immediate partitation of the estate.
was Introduced. It Is understood that potitioned the court to have Mr.
under It Georgia will get between $15,- Plant's legal place of residence declap
000 and $20,000. ed to be in New York.
Governor Terroll has appointed
Judge Janes, of Cedartown, to repro- ESCAPED TRIAL BY SUICIDE.
sent the state In the collection of the
money. Broker Smith Nerveless to Face


Negro Found In Missalssippi to Testify
Against Whitecappers.
Thursday afternoon detectives plac-
ed In jalh at Jackson, Miss.. a negro
by the name of Sam Jones, who to
wanted as an Important witness
against whitecappers in Uncoln cnnn
ty. Jones Is an employee of the Pearl
River Lumbho Company, near Br'ok-
haven, where the whiteoappers have
been at work firing Into houses and
terrorlizig negroes. A Chicago detec-
tive was employed by the law abiding
people of LUnoln county to break up
this form of lawlessness. Jones known
the white men who have been engaged
In white.apping.


Massachusets Democrats Hold Con-
vention and Indorse Favorite Son.
The Hearst men were defeated in
the democratic convention at Botion
ThuTlday. The Olney leaders were in
complete control and after passing res.
olutlons Indorsing him Instructed the
delegates to vote for Olney and voted
the unit rule.
Onlonel William A. OGaton. Mayor
Patrick A. CoUlins, of Boston; William
L. Douglas. of Brockton, and Con-
gressman John R. Thayer, of Worcos-
ter, were chosen delegates at large.


Standard Comppay Plan to Lay Con-
duit freir New Yerk to Texas.
Chieagb papers annoublce that the
Standard Oil CotaDnAy has planned
to lay a pipe line from TexPA to New
Tork with branch lines radiating to
the varloue all fields. In this way the.
entire oil production of the United
States lo to be handled. As an adjunct
to this enterprise relinerle will be
sareted at convenient oil feldsa
The coat of pumping the oil s saidd
to be about oneoeath of that of ship-
ping It by rail.


Charge of Cheating and Swindling.
l'referriug deal to a trial, and .
possible conslcti in of forgery and
cheating and asilnillag, John T. Smith,
a ticket broker of' Baltimore. under
indictment In 'ulton county. Ga.. com-
niltted suilido In Alexandria, Va. He
was on route fromn his home to At-
lanta, where he would bnve Ot.n ar-
raigned for thI crimes charged to
him. 14o was enjoying his liberty on
a $1,500 cash bond, and was being
prosecuted by the Ticket Protective
Bureau of the Southeastern Passen-
g evidence being furnished by the Pink.

Uncle Sam Cannot Act on Hypothetica'
Wireless Telegraphy Case.
n'hao stale department has taken the
protest regarding wireless telegraphy
In the Russo Japanese war under con
sidertilon, but following the almost
unbroken practice it probably will de.
cline to take any acilon on a hypo-
thetical caso.
If an American citizen Is arrested by
tle Russian ofmtcials the stato depart-
ment will lay down a line of policy
to meet this novel departure in tn-
trnational law.


Mississippi Returns to Old Channel
Left Forty Vears Ago.
With a roar that was heard for
aillts, the Mississippi river Saturday
night cut through Kllllerankle Neck.
Il Davel' P.uitl. re.atiore-d Davis Island
to the Mississippi mainland, and re-
sumed Its old chantci through what
fo.r forty year- had been known as
Lake Palmyra. Incidentally several
valuable cotton plantations were
practically ruined. Davis Bend la 20
hdles south of Vickasburg.

Record Broken at Cleveland.
The weather bureau thermometer at
Cleveland. Ohio. registered 23 degrees
above sero Wednesday. This li th?
lowest temperature recorded In Cleve-
land on or after this day In AprUil in

A msaiqon of WomenA. -
The pramud lodge Kultstsa t Honor Do you want an.......ate...
o th Carolina t at Ool...abim... m r-a s wil, kee
t.ur4ay li. Its tweaty-egfm. annualPt0 thvq 41.W i 2
* .- 4 r'ur,,_, ,. .w .... will "eisrp te bua sti ^N
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some twenty odd trout on that birch
string, nnd with this heanuty to top out
my catch, the day's fishing was over
for me.
Curious to know how ny rival on the
'brook was get ing on. I took a crotus
cut to head him off, coming upon him
just emerging from a celuptn-o nilderls
Scarcely had we passed the. time of
day, before his eyes were riveted on
the string of fish I carried, a volley of
questions assailing me as to where I
caught them, and particularly the big
one at the top of my string.
Boylike, to his seeming chagrin, I
related what I saw hint try to do and
what I had accomplished.
My story being told. the fish was put
on the smallest scales I had ever seen
at that time, produced' by my chance
acquaintance from one of the nnmer-
ous pockets of a queer coat, and
touched the fourteen ounce notch.
Be it to the man's credit there was
no money offers for my big trout, butin
liet of a ride to the city, which, ina oar
coversation, I had learned was hie
deatinaton. and to a hungry boy. the
nice lMMiehoq he gave me. the a2
found Its way to his creel without the

Now comes the fairy part of the
story, assuming that you have no rea'-
son to doubt the truth of wbh4 I hare
related, It w- Sot lag afti tWito
j=tf yl y that a ne tfwt johet
4lata IV" ft fiV A i*
IE ." JobbT -'..uh

Rn)tiniscences 4

Fresh iod5aft'

water .ishipg. ,,,


ifc"* *

o3run of New England parents and
living lu Western MAassachusetts untll
smy seventeenth year. little or no op-
portunity presented Itself for salt wa-
ter fishing.
If results may be considered as being
prollcient in fresh water fishing. I cer-.
lailnly had some claimm, as a boy, to
knowing a thing or two about catching
trout, as the strings of fish I brought
home on every occasion wheqt I could
absent, myself from school clearly de-
My outfit In those days. as I remem-
ber it. consisted of a grass laid line,
possibly half a dozen trout hooks and
nn alder pole cut for each occasion at
the brook's side. The proud distinc-
tlon of owning a creek' was something
I looked forward to, but a small birch
crotch stick served the purpose to
string my fish on, nnd I don't know but
full as well.
But If I nut also to tell you something
of my salt water experiences during
the past fifteen or eighteen years, a
single Incident of the boyhood's ex-
ploits trout fishing will sultice to carry
out Miy statement ns to results.
About tive mills front y home there
was small stream or brook known as
the North Branch. It had Its source
In a swamp, wound In and oit of the
woods, braish and meadow land at the
foot of rising ground and hills, until
at last, after a five-mile course, ter-
minated In a large lake.
It made little or no difference to me
about flsl.lig up or down stream, but
as It was a shorter cut to the head of
the brook. I usually commenced there,
the brook at that point being scnreely a
yard wide, running through meadow
I was always pretty snre-of getting
a fair number of trout In this meadow,
as It was not fished so nuith ns lower
down stream, and a good shirt always
gave u,- encouragement for the rest
of the brook.
The djy was overcast, and early I
was on my way to the brook, striking
In, as I usually did, at the source. My
success was beyond espectntlon until
I reached a small strip of woot's, a mile
or more down the brook, which termin-
nted it a n mass of brush and under-
growth. It was not until I discov,-rec
fresh boot prints along the soft bank,
thnt it dawned upon me that, early ant
I was, there wns some one ahead of me
on thle brook. However, I fisbeJ on
Unlill I came to the open meadow.
There was conviction enough of my
Indifferent success--a man nheatd, as I
lind thought, very carefully fishing
that strip of men-dow brook.
Disappointed, I seated niyself on a
large stone, under cover, to watch hiel
for the time b'itg and to think liow I
could get ahead. Yet I disliked to
give up that strip of meadowv brook, as
there were always large trout there. I
could plainly see thiit 1li111 111niii aljt nd
was having fair sui'cess, ts Itront after
trout found is way to hili ieirl.
Suddenly lie ito)ppoil. I guessed the
'-i8set knowing almost every potIl In
the brook, nid .juilpprl li \,1iia in i "al
d'ip lioli where dwieli a Irmiit that Land
fooled lie onltce or twi'e .lIhat se:soli.
To ni:iI.e a Ilig sItory short,. that man
fished for that trout a full half lhoir at
Intervals, but gane It up, proie-eded
down stream anid wns soon klot to
view. In turn I took up the groutid
he bhd tisli d over, picitng up several-
good siz.ed fIslh on iny way to tihe :icene
of the fish-riians i, feant. I got near
enough to t he p)ol to sc' n Iarge Irout
sunning liliself In tlhe shiillow w.'ater,
and he snvr me, I atn quite sure. 1 was
In no hurry to try conclusions, so, seat-
Ing myself In tlto grass somo distance
from the brook. I baited tiy hook with
fresh worms, winding the line slightly
on the end of uty ialder until only a cou-
ple of feet hung from the end (f my
pole. Even then I waited some fifteen
uilnutes before approaching the brook,
finally doing so ot liatid nand knees.
until within casting distance, when 1
lay fiat on nmy belly In the grass. An
overhand cast. the bolt strikes the cen-
tre of the pool. Is seizeit almost Imue-
diately by a monster trout; a dextrous
movement of the boy at the other end
of the pole, and the biggest trout I
ever took from that stream was writh-
nlug on the bank before me. It was a
thrilling moment In more wyays thnn
one, nnd I was about lthe happiest
youngster Imaginable. There were

Ik (14 Do eliSagg
to GotiW015i lt Few wer.n lie hol.
Days or outigi accorded, as it w
by constant appllcatIoli miat I heldO il
poaltfo for the next five years.
Sometimes i.- my Sunday aioll [
had wandered to' the docks inN .pw
York and there saw the gailniis, yes,
even men, fishing for porgies ,lli hAv.
log fair success. On such o,' isions
my palms always itched to g-.t hold
of one of those lines the btyI 'vere
using, but I "never betrayed luy feel.
ligs to them in the matter.
Next came the fishing bnik exur.
sions, but the boatisa were so oi'un,-d
on Sunday, my only, day. that iftOer
one of two Successful trips 1 give it
Time drew on apace. I had intoe Jib.
erty and money. A vnacatloi <,of t' o
weeks was also allowed me. ihi11 [i
divided up Info day outings- weekly,
extending my vacation over the niuthi
of June, July and August.
From some companions I ,'rued
that Giffords. situated about Itiilvway
of Staten Island, on that. part if litnr.
Titan Bay known as the (r;.i't liills.
was a good place to locate i f i %\,,
looking for salt waste. lsiihig. Ac-
cepting their advice, rods. rmil aud
the necessary outfit was provitli.,l. t
few lessons given me by the VUI'r.iIi,
Mr. Fitzgerald, more )opulir asn -n.
cle Mike" among the flslieriten 1il, I
was fairly started on my salt \%,n,.r
Weakfish, bass and bluefish wr. ih0
only game fish considered we oih i:.-
Ing by "Uncle. Mike," but I wi.h sa is-
fled at first to take almost anything
that took my bait, and delighted if I
caught a dozen weakflsh. latior oi I
went In for number more than pias
ure, for there was most always an iii,..
ty basket waitlug to be filled on ui re.
Fish were plenty In those dnas and
even up td the middle eighties. It was
considered no great feat to take Ililr-
ty or forty weakfish weighing from
two and a half to four pounds tachu
during a tide, but I honestly bell-t.)
there were some men who citliar dlid
not fish, or did not know how, fur not-
withstanding the fact above staitcl.
they invariably came ashore "skutiliel."
The first stripped bass I evir took
weighed about three pounds and v,.-, a
disappolantment from the fact that I
was so Intent upon catching weak'i.lh.
and weakfish only, that I am qaite of
the mind that I should have thrown it
overboard had not a .fishing coumipianon
prevailed upon me to keep It.
Later on, when I used lighter tackle
and fished more for theo sport than
number, I could uot hook on to a bj.'s
often enough.
it was in Se.tember, 1888, 1 .think.
that I surprised the natives andd u3 i.'lf
in taklngt from the Kills an cighlil n
pound bass after a half hour'.- sinitg-
gle. This was on unheard of cnthli in
those days, It having been sotie ten
years previous that a bnas of ihat
weight had been take In the Kills. so
I went to the New York Sun 4oill.-' fur
a tuention ouly of my catch, Ibut th
column article which the report-er ie-
voted to it was so graphicatlly written
that It was widely copied hy lthei, i"s.
papers and other publications ili the
Augler. Iud Forest and Stream. 1illhit
here nrl w me to tell you that Irlith1or
Harris, of the Angler, questloneil the
weight of the fish, or the claim ndiiid
for mue by the Sun, but I did not ilnind
that. The shll weighed elgliltcei
pounds then, rind when I tell tli1 t-iry
of Its enptutre, etc., etc.. to-day, thil I l
what it weighed. never more otr I.-.
Keeplng everlnsthingly at It ,-rituiI
snteess, we are told. Well. linve I1 ia
perse-vcri g" enotilgh In iy eflTorn ~, IIt
fout itoontli of every sonr onIi, but ',ii
sonre or soitee 00 odd i shl takelit iir"
lig the season of 181JO, I have wllhb Ju'
nas constant applieitlion andl i ,,ri
hiourt, only bet n able to proiin.', a
score of 117 in 1003.
Seven years ago I flslud fr'n in
Whlteharl boat; since that time fr.'in :1
gasoline lauttnchl. Possibly it inny tmltk
a difference, but I thiuk not.
I lave become so Infatnated withi
anit water flshinig tihat I do nit II.ii
I could ever rettrnt to tle i ut I ,'-1''
brooks of Now Enginnd, se]k if ili"
owner a permit to cittl ft tn ivriiitl'
trout, or do I think the strcants of 5'>"
Scotin, thaflint held me captive fi' ")
marnny seasons, would to diny inltdt'i' tio
to give utp the prospect even ofr <;itli-
Ing a few Jurge weakilsl, bass or tl

Knrenau Showman's Trainerd Toio Ii-i".
JapntlstOe and Korenn ilIowntiit'i li
addition to their skill as juggitrsl' nlid
acrohats, display a truly niarvellori'
skill in teaching animals tricks. Tll'y

II, eU I gnl 4 ais Mo lu v va al-
PANIC IN BURNING HOSPITAL. Ican and British people are not safe
anywhere In ManchurIas. One ailly,
Patients Rushed from ; lok Beda and an American, and several others, In-
Narw yshe. e c. luding Davidson, a Canadian, have
Narrowly 6Reespd HloOesust. 41sappeared. The authorities are look-
While the ndianapolls calty firo de- ing for .them.
apartment, reinforced by companies 'was arrested in Port Arthur as a spy,
from the suburb, wts being taxed and was taken to Mukden and there
to its utmost flghtag Ithe Occidental changed.
hotel Are Sunday,-morning, an. alarm "The plying of the so.ecalled flower
.hotel re uday morning, lrm boat on the o river, mostly un-
Was turned la'nfrom St. Vincent hos- der the Americaln flag and carrying
pital. '. American good, has been prohibited.
When .the first fire company arrived "Southern Manchuria. has -beta
cue ifte bad bemt lost nd several wire scoured for several months for sup-
e had plies of our destined for Port Ar.
seriously ijtured ta the panio that to\- %unr, whioh 'is reported to be pro-

not only exhibit educated benrs. s,211"
lets, iunkeys and gonts, hult i;"
trtllned birds anti, w nt Isa Uie o-t ....
ton)slilng of till, trick fish. Oneo of tit
most enrlous examples of trahlli iB
ail exhibit by ann old Korcanu ,.,atii,1u
of an lonin drilled torloises..
Directed by hit songs. and an an iI
metal drum, they march Int liln. (i,'
cuite evolutions and conrludle by clthil-
Ing uponU a low table'; tile larger 4iimu
forming, of their own accord, a briide'
for the smaller, to which tlhe .-i
would otherwise be impIosslI.i.
Wlhen they have nil imounitel tldiy
dispose themselves in three or four
piles, like so manuyplates.-P'hilad'llh 11
-lHe Was Iellb.
Once upon a time there were in lrtd'b
'wo pail-rs, bthe Razor and the ,.>"r
plon,. which were always gItg for
echt other with great ferocity. Evtry
week people thought the Hazer to re.'1
how it cut at the Scorpion, and t1ll'
Scorpion to learn how it stung 1'l.
Razor. A certain philanthropist felt
pained to see such vlolene,' so ble li
Tited the two editors to dine, in tiis
hope that over good fare be could make
peace between them. At ths appointed >
time one lean, melaneboly man pre-
sented himself, atnd was ushered i
After an Interval. air 1a other pgost
appeared, the host demanded: "Ma.g I
ask. are you the editor, of the Baser or
ftorplon ?' "B th,t" said the sadyN'l<
man, and the pet~ .' was dig

The ."atoa Ad ib t e Bal

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Ai Jlene Moddle She ate hay and wheat and barley,
aie twaddle, She elileed soap-nuta anall and gniarly,
Sin her noddle With astkik she nie'er would piar!ey,
aldn't live on food- Nor with solid stuff like that;
to ltad wonder But she stuck with grim persistence
SOver-Yonder To her predigest existence,
tas angelic wander, And she fought with firn retatance
Ih things she would brood. All temptation to get fat.

risA peot by art digested
bIroania niao'ested,
I p. U bersal( infested
WlLhe erealiti. fad.
E p4h ttle wit created
i i9 tekta evaporated,
h r enmnon sense was slated
Sgo slumping to the bad.

So in course of tim she grew to
S le a part of what ahe's chew it--
S Ready Oast she ate Ait 2.03
And Asepti' bran at 41
At ui 5 he'd eat her dinner
Of Du=t.Corn (that was a winner)
As she kept on grot-ing thinner
She asepticized tho more!

Well, this tale must have an ending,
And it ii no use pretending
That the end we are intending
I a triumph, for it ain't;
Mliss Siphronla Jennie Moddle,
With her hygienic twaddle,
Through eternity will toddle
As a predigesa'fd saint.
-Baltimore News.

.MO*A4 N Ilie siauiner of 1807."
kg saki Kelly, theo post trader,
S "I staisted out to take a
C oliilgniient of goods to
W tthe Black Hills country,
where most of the blanket
Indians were supposed to be gathered.
"I set out about the middle of Atu-
gust with a siring iof packhorses and
two men-Bat Liaumoure, my driver,
and Little Chief, to act is guide and
Interpreter to the Cheyennates and (iroa
Ventres. I cojild then speak Sioux
very well, but little Chief could talk
in seven wholly different ludian
tongues; without hlitu such nit expedi-
tion could hardly have been uider-
"We Jogged naercss to the Little Mis-
sourl, and followed that stream nearly
to Its head without meeting Indlans.
Then we crossed over to the Belle
Fourche, and followed that past the
pine hlltle. There were no buffaloes ex-
cept stragglers, stray bunches of old
bulls that had been left behind ii: the
march of oauth-goling herds.
"When we had reacht'd a creek called
Mlediclue Dance, LitalP Chlief nn-
nouwnced that the Ogallalas and their
allies had all gono south ofter the buf-
falo. IHe said the Ogallllais, or a good
part of them, had wintered on thiai
creek the year before, and had raised
a crop of vrgetabl's at their vill g.-'
during the suaniner. T'iey had gone,
and If they lind hitended to return
would not have imoted heir village and
taken all their horses oatd. the cotin-
try. ..
"It wnas oo late -in ilhe season to tuir
north to the Bliacktot ourwptry,' so
here was r.othilaig wlye co:ll do but
grnze our stoi.-k and hunt and rest for a
"Then one morning n party of In-
dians appeareCal. Thore were tifteen or
twenty of thlian. n wild lot of fellows
mounted on s tilft hIorses. wait chirclel
about our canip, raillng like Ilt? whid.
and then shook Ih lr bhatinkt.t at Its
In token tnat thay wanted to talk.
"Little Chitef ninilhe signals to Ilirm to
come on, an d ll t y naipria ni lit l canii
tlously. 'T'hey l tproied o lie ilnoliiilt:ili
Crowns-nth linlf of' tihl i liald ni' rt
seeni a w-ille nian before.
"They hba notlii'lig to ir:idlh Th'ey
were nil armed with lit ow ainl airrowi'.
and the only sign of c %Hlizad- life hi
their outfittlings wna a few old wooleni
"My Interpreter was nu-iihianted wit!]
the river Crows of tlir Yellowstonio.
and after their cunrlosliy was n little
satisfied, lie talked wllthli these fellow
In their tongu.t. Hle could get but
little out of lhein, l. t tlai'y Iprotulsed
to return to their btuiffai camp and
bring in some peltries lu a day or two.
"AWhen we had see il the last of them.
I uwas quite ready to pack tup and pull
out for the Missourl. for I knew tliat
our visitors belonged to the wildest
tribe then In nil the Northwest, nll
that the Sloux regarded them as thli
tmost expert and Icrveterate thieves In
existence. -
"However, when I proposed that we
get out of the country. 'I*ltlJa Chi!fr
counseled delay. He said flint we
might be sure these wltd, Crows were
watching its keenly, atad that If we
should display any signs of fear or
uneasiness they would the sooner at.
tack tas. 8o I listened to his Indian
wisdom, whether for the hest or not
I've never been able to guess.
"For two or three days we kept an
eye out for the Crows and closely
herded our rtock at night Then, see-
a1ig no farther sig'n of our visitors, we
cnecluded that they had returned to
their vlllnges, which must lane bwen
two or three hundred miles distant.
"We had packed all our wares nind
new skins" ith- the Intention to pull
out at sunrIse in the morning. Jiast
before daybreak the Crows came. IBnt
was Pnpposealto be uftl-hTt ding, but
itp ra proabIr4 leedfi yq or ifle
.Wfll9e dToma and felea sounrleiL
"ftle rascals slippeL up. on us qpletly,
having aboe their ponies with buffalo
smioeatllll far side out, and (hey were
right ot top ?f ux Wbhe they drurnitned
US Out atofblanlkets. We Jumped to our
ieat Std wotRkd tiiur Speni'er repeaters
Wvti all poslble seed, while a yell-
int mob rod over and round uas.
dOwitg to the darkues, we camn off
wilsot sirateh; but when the clte-
IwdsdatrolhlM out ot barm's Way we
Sedama t fln. men on foot, with
ot tt lder'e ood on band, ,Ave
atta l nUe tr tha MrsmirI. And
WwIw.(1B. whmen daytligt came, W.
A dt!4.ive or rty ls.
iigi WMI tr ntP<"

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finally decided to make some bull-boats
for our goods and take up our march
as quickly as possible down the creek.
There had been rains onil the luoun-
tains, and there was water enough In
the Medicine Dauce to float the wide-
bottomed skin tubs of the Sioux.
"While I watched the Crows Little
Chalef and Bat fell to work cutting wil-
lows nnd niakliag f-ranses for the boat-.
As they had souie Ialf-tanned bull
polts nud plenty of thongs, there wns
no difficulty in building the craft. Ia
an hour they had their Grit bull-boat
loaded. ',
"By midl-aflernoon we lind our sup-
plies afloat-five boats lightly loaded
and tied together. Then we took tiup
our inarch, Bat cordelling the blnats,
and Little Chief and I walking on
eiltier bank of the creek. There was
but little timber along this sl'eanin-
only patches of willows. There was no
covert thit we couldn't have driven the
Crows out of In a few minutes, so we
did not fear an anbuislh.
"We believed that, at lenst until help
came, they would attack ius only under
cover of night, and so we pushlied
ahead as fast as ailt iould pull the
botasl. When beaver danma lay acroeS
the channel, eillher .little C(ifl or mny.
self would help lift thie tuhs over. Outr
progress was discour.glingly slow. T'he
Crows followed IuS leisurely, quite like
on eaeort of cavalry.
"At night we clamped where be,
banks of the creek wore bare of vege-
tatlon,,but offered pits where we could
command the lerel flatsa on both sIdest.
"A little after imiildnight we were nt- The Crowe came will a rush,
and for a moment I thought we were
done for; but our sharp flinr and good
cover ils ou-a;' ged tlie'ni an d they ciant-
tred nawny. Our shots knocked over
two poittlt hlitl If tiny of their menn
wverc lilt at thlit lime thliy succeeded In
coni.-.i'allii. Ihitt flet.l
a*It thti' nil. alol' g. o,%i ta-ok i ap onr
mnarli nlai. ln. I ll I tle t i't foll0vw-
bi e:, I t o llo-fi 's l u bi i il d a.
i*'a n:'a tili a tn liy tail ain l aliend.
nnl a ilaouti lahrt' faall iaot lahliattm illnns Iteld n d o1 k to iossi.o'a1ilt of Ihe
rre'el riach iimi(l. Ilut \ halid ililtnly of
aaaii aaixuiiilliM a1t. ate, io llomhilratred eiry
tlrn i if Ilh.' hlin l.-a ,d e v lit of wil-
low o.' tlinl i'r i oVa t n ital i drove
Icilii oi-it. \Vi? woi tlidll atOle India tIn
thI s Iught r.
'Thlt i nlght the'rowvseanitl-dan near
to us as theyih dtred, and daliied nilti
pounidet their toin toi.s nil night. They
hoped to keep us anwno iand wear tIa
out, I suppose. iBut \\e look turns ion
guVi6dl, and slept Juait lle saIme.
"Thie n.,xt diy we taint two Ishlirp
skirlilshies In tIhe i-reok chnlinel, alild
in lih last we disabled three Crowa.
Thia fightiwouall lhave encouraged us
greatly. bill Immediately afterward the
eostiles tent a runner to the west.
"Bat and the Interpreler now thought
ihnt our only chance of escape cwas
to crnwl ai viy froni our camp Itn the
aight, enias uian for himself, aud find
hill crer.
"I knaew c my I-lpc- counseled wisely.
but I hung out for another day or two
of bull-boating. aaln tIhey greed to stay
with me. I think Little Chief wes
persuaded bly the prospect of knocking
over more Crows wllh hsa rille, which
I now gave him as a present. He was
a keen tighter and a brave man.
"That afternoon our progreaim wia
very slow and eaaitloit, for tbnalmr
had tlilckencd along the streani, nald
we bad to feel our wny throiigh the
groves promptly shooting at every
flutter of a leaf that could excite aas-
"Toward n;ght we passed an aban-
doned village site. where wild pump-
kins weri growing. Some w ri a'pe
and of great sie., nnt BRat put two
or three of them into his hull-licat. to
make a change from our meat diet.
"That night we camped vlthin a
sl h a oft attr lrlbfllt-plt-. -adse by a
shor curve just below a short curve
of the creek Just below a grove of
young ash. We kept close to till tum.
bor, so that we could take to It quickly
If attacked by the Crows, and a deep.
dry ditch protected our posllfont pew-
fectly from a horseback rush out of
the woods.
"We bad one of the pumpkins for
supper, and while Bat wee ctlting It
up a Idea tame Into my head. When
W ade fnltbed the meal It was dark.
*ad I asked IAttle Chblet 19 flind the
arirW camp for me.
Irlle hIe was gone 1 made a Jack-
-natern o1 the sheii of the biggest
putsbpkin. Then I slhaved the end of
i fll ae Pol. to e broom leed, *lid
li5i (te spints with elk taltlow melt ed
e3sa & fpol ibuqauu til toa of amn
,eh.u tu *i tdtlrolcb a holeint
nen 1mS ye wish
, .s.,, s r w! 3, _**



vdled the north wind 14 iot blowng.4
in w-iiter. at midday. the auni hinlng
through an exquilltely clenr atnios-
phere Is so warmn tilat moderately thlihk
clothliig,. witll the earn covered, is ill *
one rei-uiares. but iu the early mnornitng.
or after stunmt-. anid above all. wlern na
northerly whid it ll-wlinK, furn nrp ao
necesily. 4prilig ald natunasin re
both short. Iln the outhi plowing be-
gins early -In Aprill, and lIy the end of
Jtuae or-lbeglinniag of July the wheat
harvest Is coiaNrlete. July sad AagUist
are the hottest nind witte'lt motIthX.
but In n country extending tlirouigh
fifteen degree ft latltude there nre
considerable varlatlouns In teniperalure
throughout thl eonttry, the rigor of
the eclmatt iaermlain a s the north l
approacbed. -- From a JI.eture tby a
rormer BiUishj Military Attache Iff
Tibe Cy ol tihe Clerly.
The service held at St. Pa:I's Cabthe
dral In ronneetion Wili t e Quegu VIeI
oali Clergy Fund drew ftistteillr-i S
the Ceoaltditlw uiler whihb tiboMeaand
of clergymen do (heir woMrl tlWitlbi

U4 tt ,tam.the


Man. of Resources



mee- otse those-nct Isk tLee, one-
just one leetle head. T think these
weel scare those wlil' Inglu some et
you irte close 'noigh.'
"W\Vhei Little Chief came Ia, ho aaid
(tie Crow campU wns alitot a 1giunshlot
above the grove-, and that there were
two scOalt on n horapetanck oil tlith irairle
below tiU, ndial how nilaiy more oil thIa
wantcl he could not say. hlanti I
showed laitu aiy Jaek-o'-ltnlert, lie
looked at It loig andi earnestly., evi-
deutli regarding It as a fetlsh or s~amele
kind. 'llh!' lihe said. 'My brother has
tnatde ti ialtiLlitn;'
"I1 Ihen told iital andi iBat to sita. ly
thep gooild alt nil hazards. took miy igun,
thle Jliak-o'-laititer and two bhainke a't.
and left tlnei.' I went- directly to the
mouth of the dry ditch. This was
flfieen or twenty feet dleel and ran into
tlihe creek parallel with a urve or loutp
oil which lle' Crqws were aalempd.
"I felt iy. wny cautiously tip this p in-
Lil I could ienitally lhaer the Crows
talking at Ilhei etnii). niild also tile
sound of plloaios grnainitg Ilose alt haliial.
So far I lhad fatind ainy patth clear. It
was s'tek or nollaiing with lit s now.
"I lhunig two blainkels on the arins,.
and Ilghlted lthe itoreh of ally a uamiikln-
head.'ansilig tile tiole so l s to ihri-wv
the blankets about any fice, yet tleav-
Ing thelo eyes iutn overt'd, I sut'rriililt'hl
up a steep ltiank of the ditch. eflore
nay feet touched the lttIvl I heard
*ck'ted pouitts running lg ti lengthii of
tpier ro|lite and aanortiiag will frighlit.
Somlie of lielu pulled thn-l,- 11111n ail
seanIup.iri'l off, and then yills from n lie
Indlains' caip lnl id it tvhl alruat or i oii-
fislion, folttwe'd.
-w lIt l angin'tg l fi ire hrtf ltrinail
upon tlheii. with itni l ani .'a-inl.. l- ior
it cealp-lork. I bor t ohi n i l li> I 1 t.i lip,
walking ltnitlly. aS if llnttoidlt ig t, al
ti oeveryi.vlllg In llilt' lV wy.
''f rainst t i p il i l i' ilcleared a l-
i0ostr 119 tiini'kly ts it' n vytloaiia lanaI
ls: tl-t il i v It. In it 'r y ai ri t1ll ia i 1
asinw til Itndnns riiii for tlialhr lina <.
nuil \\ li'n thliy got Io lthan illia tP%.Si aalilY
took thlti iselves olut of thil t oiiiilry i .
If n canalry troop we-re aiflar tellin.
'. 1 oe ilext mori'llitlg \% e Ill kel tiupl
nine p ll ics ttlhi.h t ll:-. ina lft ahliialiti
Six of Itliatrsr i'i' otur owviI. hidll ,m. \%e
lainl no tliolllelo in glltlii;ng liiik ii tlie
Mltesolur wlit our freightl."--Youli'ha
CuaijIIt LIai.

S Tai liniml lytIiodetrnilc.
'"Tlhe milijeit of l he ilrst tisti of the
it, poilarai' lah it-l'lig t1 \i'sa i-lla- ia.'s ed itt
the hIl st lU fetlig ior' tll aililr y sill r-iliis
In N(a-i.' O.rl.innas li~L 8ir-itg,"' ralal ITr.
It. D. .laclkerni, "-and oneii sirgeonil I ted
(ltait the firat litto It witia Istd. lie
hloulight, wis IInll1110 .\rny of IIha T'p'l-
lie.S'-cte. \Vh'ltr In tie Tennessce Art'lny
I wrote to a fri ltd in Augiltla. J. P.
KC. Wnallac, to try to ge't iike a iypllo-
ernil' si' 3l aiagoe iandil asnid It to tial' I
ilvelt'r lil Let'n oia., but thought froill
wliat F liandi hiiad about It Ihat it would
ip very uslifill in -rel-viig Ilie wounid-
oid solllc'ri of pitlh.
".My fri'litl \\Is forlaiianlt enough to
reclllro oni1 fronTi ii iy.1sit'iia, and icltit
It ito te wlilli I wi-a on ihily nt l heli s-
llatal at liluggold, tla. I exhlbtill ii i lo
tily friLialbt-theo sillrgeosl there., eigh-
teen in iauiaulier-biut 110110 of fthlielu i nl
Orelr fiLei oie. At thaL tiaMae I nilS
treating a vi'y severl'e cas'e it d.f 1li
tery, thrltmlet'lt lielig a chtalihlit f(lo
1'Pxean anitn oiI of (etntriir B[riagg's tiaost
reliable souls. ui)ne of thi slingtoiais
i-ngg litld Ibti t n we try the l haypodlterl
,-yriiage on ilt, plitietii. %ilN tilah w-ts alone
ity Illstertilig a (qI.arhair taf n raii ""i
niao'itillae Illt hiat' iia k. It isl poss lalo
Iaint lite iirin.v istirg-lon t ltho New Or-
l-a'as t .irist iepte of tih:-. mrlinge in thI TenTtnes-
'.'l 'Arliy uis onet' of ali' ila ighl'ee I
hlavte i !'' i t "-1 I 'lt In t i tinio 'i'lui si,
I'll king Cu tot.
Itt-r:ip I tlih whli t 11 liln fill nt n
Il lau v'. a il.l i natill ii Pir F ill Illi' l I.t ,'-
itl li 'llio.I of atillia'a'ltg on. liimalri'u-w
co ton ''rols.
lid theu roltlr ever thinlak what it
luetit.s t i ptik o01t lnlle of loulr tt ll i il-
i oan :a Il -ctro< of oit ltea? I l you vivr
toll to tialiil linit la l'nti :t lifteian lillllon
pounds oaf ri v cooii aiiUit lit' alt'k -l
froit a1lt hnili by liand? Tihnt l is ili
alnoaot Inicalhiluhblentanount, yl'I hal Is a
twiaut the crop nieani, aind what the
nisalauoa Inbo. is thaint gat it out a lotk
at a ire. e fri linllt of ourt cotton
crop nre to n great extent fixed by tlie
ablllty' to get It out and ready for
the saaarket-naol only to g't It ready
in tlime. but to get tas aiulah of it out
na poslhile dirling good n\eaitlher before
the eold and wet of winter Injure theo
staplo and interfere with the work of
picking it out.
But we ara persuaded lhut n success.
ftll micllaie would not prove an un-
inlxed bleswliitg for this section or for
theo foraiurs generally.- Montgomery
(Ala.) Adv'ettiser.
Time C"lliaalteo a lnut.hrils.
ThE t'hilis. of laia hiuirin inaiy be re-
garded aus good; the bent of ti' sum-
nier Isa quite lieanrabl., anud tihe bright,
erisp wneailher I throughout the i'lun wan-
tcr In most healthy and agreeanbei, pro-

New York City.-Dres es for the rite
of tcoilalirmaa lIon and for ilia closing
fn til oit of i als. ib'hool year r.qr(limr' toi
lie aliple lit thealitut ie lhniu tlhlit Ihry

TAIL.UR-MAD: C'it. CN WANE. IiI, O'i.hit. lton ona \vwhlab I was Iot
L)res .,itakersl lEnileavorin a I to ifia'-'-.1 ii -Ia Il a ir illaw i't' itll a Mori
Nsit, of rrrlllt i i ai r ii hi-aint A.n j,.llt 11liatat It lti-q I Ccita-i tlteat iIly
t Ilirt- tilly af lii talor ili-dl. girl a gitii O t liar liiz.,' i 'a atiinswered bty the
Ilw' wit-aIIie' ? titiI it)' r t >f o liat aI r--I.ibva-i l. 11'1ri2a '! ,lI ittil4 tl' 1 i tll 'l,. ot ilt ii ltr.
ets tV aald hli it 111 a li Ill I hlaits ltl i as ai ihit I ar. ka'ltl il wn lati vi
tlith Itan i'I ilailil ofr iia-.s Iloi' i i a I'oF r S1 it'ila ta l i h th .at .i eal txll e lleintly.
i-jho wis li.s .A 1, I I,-1 ia.-ItVY galtvan d 1 tli,-re t '.1r i w n t lit hIt,' ri'l n ili of Ithn
.1* .l; l h ,1II ti te 1. o ly I'rv ll iililt l l l1 b t *1" I ( liI,1., Iv i -1 .i .it lllil 1 W i 'w,-w ll. O W
a.Illlitl t 1 ii | lit h' >1 I rvi *'tL1 i .iiAa lta li- el'- I 1 ilt i Ill a i ,i i al 1 hl % ,l i- ''itlb- il i to
(1t t'ia tiattghat, thilt ? iIA tt at, te' aill" v '-- h'illatl-tit laa.a.
d.awi' i\ a1i1' \ ali t ll. %I-- ..I.* r ri

1ia e -. walking Iihntiit'l ta 11a 1 4-a t ta it lln' ata lla I. i it 1 izo .
1Ihoa. .iia,, t'.1 t attl t-' t .d it>old,, I a a ti .la la-4.ut i.1 1 l, h ol.ilh 't rall Iti
tI '.ht 'aa 'ia altis- t ahl,. ll. ,> I, i 'al- iti'l'-- ,a" h i-ti ItIt

(ala. t aa .%Ity, inste h (i t' it i g t hi t > ta u lh- i m1 1. lit e i .t h t t orlti- .t i i il a l- if i litiing l alin- t i htiu t.

faItaatta 11i a iit. aie s t eask ta s taf litIli ta. tat l 1a11ta-ofk croaa1aa411ta
ill,. I, itl' 8 t..t 1', .,l ilr l T his I s I ith pre i ta t 8 S
wii lith H laai' sari-t atVh i u tiati' tiata 4 "laat 'll s its at i tI ttlia ilti''has aitalliah ,
lth a m.ia g l, a 511h .I' > .. it,,,t, a'. a,ii',,,,,,.,ta ,t., ,..a, ,i.i

%%tlillih 111 ,ph 14 i nt Ilit t l ia t Ih'la i thtIalitat.-Ltollial a01a ithi ha
S i tit t l iitia If aia o i it- ringi aanad is tnidlied
tillin"- I 'a l ait .i I st' it' ia' hI ttil m i Ihi l e iltal .f itlli'a' nut'. uI nlt lil, s l a |

tl' ia Illl ll'al y 'Is ait i I', i. -lo i i'i.
lIta h i aa ll 1 nii. U i t i, ,litf tl. l I' it vla 'itia' .|tI t.aI t ai ,li rrit l ina r ig i.
fi itllh ail id a n d no ,v ir il, illiii,. Alit on Is in tl
l',,14irl p.n .rw Ithat %I ll aastat-tt'iat a n at aasa t i Ifil ll- ,l ,t lati sl
i atiu, i i-of-I L-it siall f sr.-lan i ia l weall il a: t, t.h lil tt, ine -oI. o t' 111d nIt'll l al all

iat t t cl i t'. t I edsli iir a it d il li lv o i tl r.nll, irtt
p Iit to ; i.- ill lbi. al e o n a l. t l'tll] lta lwhet it't tavit i hliati tIa pia ny a s t i i'l. i

ilt thatlit athereiiti III' i a kit'm oWe llf g Sit. y nta l lh t ( t 13 that lit.' sa,. f 'athl antlalhit
1aaagIau a lalati as, ali t ta-Illh ait, tt ait ifii. tiit'ia i lh,, tataialilia If Itt', ita1it ato
frui lno d i ill lio lis i t'tiiy t w ii o ti hit it a a ll it a f a tior i

viryll 111. illi t i delllhi vr oftlint' I lal "lii iiil i a I'tiiit e i l rtit Ii s l y li t hilti o

mlaoaaaa l aialt-ata-ia fril nt's Itt1al beub t1II i ttt11 iatreaaiaap il k1 toh gas1tat Ith 'fa utic ta' ar
III.l1ra;" i'lal Ir teil a 11 1 l Iu oit l of I't n A ll. t l a illt i t t lat l t ai

nari. itfalht o t lithti imorme otf lh at" of i d, nt nl int i ,utlily mi l lll' i rrl- aiihl oi i ltrI
p ii rill i! llilrough c. ntltl %111 30(1i 04l .im i ll ta lrh'l-I n liiilii 'r. h <,'l l idi' 1 .

itia .dcl 'ilt v l l f.tit led.i a d a 'ln i< tu i it llrl ly tli l f i t l ikit i aarat'a t .'i, fti
Therl tat r 11 hi ll s e t I' iiniad a min ol ft lii wly li tiol viin nllost l a litr y wo 'l, li tliic l a irtf ta lfhal hil 'is itl be It tlhai tatr in i tat'slk tih'a li i at st I t. ti"tilx Ilsa >i

Kid i n htalt lh r istiao lltoit t.e telhoralltiy tal ti lt iiln a exloiina el lt I i ptta < fill.

Stil.itd 0 1 ila tli IlI a f'oiili t n liltutio h Illat i t l io l a lliai t ill' aI iiiwo tiil'a i r hirlii
olld are ltyll iat ii t u Ella l ca1 i .. r i lI.y w ilto I folipl' tl. 't ii ntiasmI Iwiiii nt al

of dte andaia1hai1tt 1l ilu-a l lyataish Itany' lia i Ait at Ehlot' -ln iUast io Vof Ith r- l i t I
anli i flt. of it iia d t ilir lli i li' t hiiai iia il l ill s t ita gsIts ti n i 1-i 1 l
Thiliii ti o' itnliia t a l tiamt haaao ia bu miiittu iiil lilt litlitail't. Ihli'it1 ta1a 1 t ii it l.,

etta, ll l iala il t a inl'. lt id. 'htI liwaiatsl -tai Ht ling la ui a is ti iah 'ny li'er
'arit 'l Ihriat i lig liso hai rnal i l in y v iof tIt lo las ri-t ; w itti o 71 1 lit
id f ily o e li. it tlli h llil re- i lilioaltal N olier linttil, la i- I oel a l1alilaa il ilk.i l
ofid e i- lit oldl r iai t 14 1 alijlt t t at liltaut- alti nii't ai laai t i ari sitr. Ir

1 1at h ae elli rt) irpopuillirt lhi l w Iingh tls tl whiee.-- htl ln 'i, a th 1' 14'1 n.i
wlleil fa lrei s n tal a- 11 t alio l f t n ler illal lally s ops io
be f ront obal sitrii \\ll nal I'laii diIf dlli' nig ilialta ii It l p l polil sr lble t
alred. tat'st hato li'atia l. Tile faaisl de tacil
iiil"an'eyll wl li urrsw a ti all a r e fallout ar ie l tiul a tllia iith, I ou ih llaolil. A sal l il a nt lea l aitr atttilt a nia t illt
credl Ihhi fit i ll > i ev ril ry lit'l flist \\' iln .ht willlll' Ilarlli Khli niin 1 1 1 wIlIVn l', tll.i '

wllhed tf i i n s luf lown i lltiiilN iota llann r, F i l>I: In I'Ltay lion-aiLag nlo ua ld 1a
i wol rll ro i u liliail lil If fe prefeit-i. u ll.h lii g yil TI a- lUipOlo
'iliiC-ontroiihlnliiR lit.a nr~e pr'frf<'cit hlighl~y eon'l r'l\f'.

rw i'ellir ns Girl-" ral',,l .
T'linl' gim n of i l'ai ll ialla a ItI Ai'-
hli I. ai lil' n ol oligi to Il I't al tihri,'l-
lits iilaatialy' I I r lhiya -'it'o vlt,. 'i'l,..v

.iiil alll'h i t11- a l ll i' i- l rall rl lina ilag o 'ir-

I iI I ih). i Ili lilt ai.l l i la lill ihiin r l iaa s o,

.litla I th l- Illi.a I lr .' y, I .Itl ih. iayliat i i'-
I it' 'ri nl ilthi a ia iili oa il-l all dri' i
a'aht'' II' Itia' a-a.tmar 'ta.'. aiial I ar'. I'aiiaaa'II

'.lia i-olk 'tii ,l.1 IFolk!l Ilir IIh' lilal.n
If I ni I 'l V'iOta,. ; 111. tiv 'ilh ar'l i:at 'l"-
New ihirala'l 11innlird.

l oaIrii nr ,atlatn,.
10ore ip in 111 .I 11 lil t 'up 1n 1%vamujp
lihav e Ihvo llat Irr d t) i .) li lt, r i ilt u tol
act Its nuiilrm ItSi ala fir ai' aind al iai
tie war Vill ( l I ii h lltti hrt wo nilli ofit
iinpann have anlli'ndh'il Ih hoplaitil lIrin.
Ing shelonln, wil-re inIliti'lilon In tW.1i'
by Amiaerli iiiad liall- h lilnu iits, niind
there nr nottw no attil'tr tiurca-a'- It Il ie
world Iihan those of .iaspiin. .Militt of
tliesH ni ursa ., nas well il Ihi t, v iiailn
physh'lti i. nia. iw'ldowu if tt' r j -ii''lt n ilal
otler otlc ir w'lo wrri kil lhd 'i Ihat
war; otllh'rs sre' very youait l Kgirls

Womaer'n Are la:hla p-Ifyel dualaes
Will innay truthful woeunan i'rr.toil1
It1ht slit eve r stanyrdl Iln the liomlfa- of na
friend for a couple of aftyas wvlti'jut
being keenly consetlotim of a gross ilsa-
mnnagement on th part of lhr hIos.ess?
-Liverpool Post.

The Mton Jacket reil'n'i '-i:resiite 1,a
Witder uitr' till' upsMi theo
newest aisrt. vwali a.
topple talrrlta Il Ith i -a rie given tihe
nOw soft taffeian juir lashtti:rOurpil.
The very nisiwe(st |oli.t of fiturli-ss for
the pulled fileave Is j iltul abhve ihel
Palo hilo alnd lusalve IIs oio of the
smart milllinpry cosfrliaatlon of the
season .
The roles coalLme will be aone of IL
most promlunent features of the coming
flounces- and feathers wrll llirlde
favor ac fl enorrect uilay mal for tbe
.new hat,
The hlaorlle style of tairt waistl i
the prpvaillaI one, go eallst r/blt tIM
abterlaL ,
LIttre ls the denaand of the hour lan
ribbieas, as la all silk matlerlatl for
WoV 0a's eetusies,.
The Paqstl shoulder Is one. of th1e
aMut populUr of the- asion for Stamt
iato a4lD. Shirt waists.
M leowak $J.e I f gloves sre quite.
"P'. P4e estes sitytho "+en,',

M aij al

and allows it fall in Loosi 'I
fill folds at the bahek. It I, a at
is recalled from the begtInnlng of l- 12A
century. Blro*a .amd black aClhinli"
arrainigedl this ille Ir.,_ Y tllf ,
fil. TheAime'eq S. (i .J lq, ll e t
the btlaceil4f tqb ,l^ kin.,tii y lr4 li .
otiear nation seein able to Zoty. tb..q
nulglish woulin atralnp hbore over
faIic, overlPpsdlig the chin. T 0l.i'
alnn abjures flieif altoSli t', ,
Queen' .' '

Dark Go In M a .M.
.s i s nlwnys the oeae when Cl8gt
al'itri lthave been fashlou blSht U N
i1 in, tuler' la a.-revolutiloi I0 1slvgg
da r4 snaRS, A hilis year stawe fr
aliiny ilak armi-tsin worml. "nt tnarf
are' Ns lm, iitriaing irownvs and grffi1.
anld pritrlile. sitil aone sllitdie o6 Irrw Il
thile Alieri.liin lBlluty roBli coloe? 'l41 ,"1
tilt of thist'e ait' tloughlt 'very slmn ,
The Ialitak oil u"r I ik velvet cOl
taine., howv'r. oir tIhe ,vry dark
tra'iwna, will Iae tha liiost pornilanr of aniy.
niil tlhe sume color In -arurrid oaut
thlie ftrnoi i n i a.d vvinllltg wraps.
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A Late Design by May Manton.

fitted iatiffs bialow wh;'.l> it'laal we, ll
over tihe lanntls. Tlh skirt ls inaile' of
tliree pfleen, t. ll front gtrr, anilid il iii ir.
utilar li1 pirtialons., wtti'lio iari slairradl
to gliv a yal(ke aorl',t, and Ii tnt'rrangaed
nver at luilliw i 1kefoimatinaloia 0 to
wiltrta tlihe tllh'rlni'ta gs'fl ittaehed.
'i'he mi0tiiliy aof matanial required for
niailit Iv'.int Il i'lglt tnnd three-foiurta
ynarst twetiv 0110 lrlnra wide, six and
.tnslianif ynrinds twonty-.even IniebSl
im lir ir riitr anid oiwe-alaPtih yards frr.
i lfoair It'nelaII wide, wiltlh golat yard of
illsover t ite, oni iifaitithl ynatil if milk
faor hliit iil i xl natl nffthli.lihtli yards
-if rn'lili t.
A Woman Wlfth (irn Sair.
A Worninn with gry lanir looks lair
twat lit pale shiades ofn r ay. or lit
wlitle. A frankly muilelli agod ilihdy
aniitaid a ripple iof u lintlrttl.i it otne
,it oar liotels not long naita. #lhe t' acle
Ins l dlinnitr Int a frock of ilt jpalest
sillver gray, very straight ilnil al lpje,
wlitb omne aold tlaet inltl dull sllverI
litucklem. atin wits ai ltllat11nit faeerl
wotian antl hold IerrsIlf w-'ll, but her
erownini gl lry was h Ier ind of beau-
itlfl gray hair, sllgltly waivl arid
snioothlly shinlnir. A wotnnta whose
hair has turned gray sihomild not be-
mnionn. or worse still, try to remedy It,
but should make at feature uorlt-dress
up to It, as It were.

'Tsh LSfetl Coleiasef,
The softly waved hlMor Is drawn bhell
Iool and W4lated Iln l .ogi n it ..;
tihe uap of the neck t io the* -
of tbhe ahwd, whoreIt i it .rAiM .
two or three pufftt, bovel.thle'
doau,. In ist Imdemtatieos sift4!,
eoli p laesMd r fl$ aF g
qqd gif*4. pIned efei1

IWOs"".*1 *ob


The totninlng ihak- tt d Otitvtfh, '
la seamied at the phoumldeo waSlft A
droopp well ove, the. eevyei' M ,4
walstlag tumaternali are, pwever. ,p-
proprluae iand the Eape collayt ia
liande to ateh the waislat wih .te,
(Hldo embroidered or triumpe4 3a.lg,, '
manner thpt Mpay be preferred.
ThIe Wirat ins *ad with frolatt AS l
hacke and tIs ifed Ih7 mlas gis) Si 4'
dor end uuder-alraM eqme. f'Jl VP"i"'.
are tucked at thi eshoulddbr tol '
drlpth. and both fronts asld' ".1
arratngod In full length tucks tbil&tS 0 '",,0
n atinile box pleat effect at the maeltr.
The rnape qoUIr is phallsd bly a S' m
thn.shoulder elp p d Ite ell4
attache beieetaf the outer t
thlesl gemtpe. tt lav lees aLrwtu
low the elbow. maBUI ahp, i
nrbed wih itrigillt cu'g e lnfin W
ity Wlti like acuptd wtefdl' ; 4,
The quantity of tatirli
medwiupW Ise Jr foogvp ,op"
.lihes wide, th ese san
yurds tweufql'erW^ t-

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F i' B^,,
1 J..T;,,.f tHH'iBi H

e 11An U n del" r liskirt.
Ai y girl winhnh lilln 0 1hl pirty rvcK
of aftInlria an ti iako Ii very pretty tin-
('a llalavatii ..N 1ta1 ,iaiitat.&ttil. dersklit to we'nr wllt li r Houae nnd
are simianil t i :l al, i, l.a iil-l- aiii Or aat evtitliig gittwiit ;lal a iho rullle goet
lt n tle tra tia .t t- i li l a i' 1 ii l'. n i llb Iet or pI ll lt .1 t'e jilt. i ltd cr nlO
hstal rilnc la.y I.y lnit a lldt a ih ,. lit ho i iatla l s 'l n a ln hiaids of llik.
dil'op yoke and broad s iiilh ,..u' la 'f t l s,a '. ali n, itlle Ira the skirt withll an othel
alaoll1ti, witl the shl''lrrinK l thliat nre no l i inlld )ilu llvo a t ery danluty f'
'-\'edluiglyfa falolnablo a iitil IsL iuitdlea of fatti
%lille orianilyv with rit-l'ias of the .ti.
sa tin ad Vl tihelelio n lace. 1'ihen In er lve.
Ilk, I Iaho nlieck .-i li left lowt aud the Dl)ahila Is a fiavorle color and cerll
uhi-vhia-a In allabai hl-iglh, no nanklng Is woral quitlto a little. A gowta of
mlh ri-t i nithia hitra a t' t rii ly ti- io.. veleriso cloth las very effectfvb, Wot '
caiit tol. 'nii, r.uti-laI iatt walalt a1ld ttilder a twvrap of noleakint or squirrel,
IItL.,ivnM are .i.,i illy llori t y i f' nioto e*liitl ly for a brunette.
natid l 'i l h liht iI'Igg slOiIn of n lbi.l.-iro.
w %ii h 1h i-a haah ti llaii 1ag at tia ll thai ivlitotse iw ailet.
IIitta atl ('an eaf ects o f sill sorts mark the, b% i
T'it' aois.taib' e ioniia lts oir atl 'aiva tal nos i nd ntl hlr h aitnlaig li p to tlie generalllt
tile Iat The a'l li \al'al Ira iant i1s i1ati o o fr t t1114uroa. 'T1li ly lsth aiistnl aftI r a
nat lllaI a foundlta lti, oil whit' h its tvirl- lilt Mily MaitiontN 1astlait plate, shows
tiAs lna ar i arnrallgao, tiia yoke. hnt itn deep t'enlint i a jnoiel sort and brie
IM ti I'lt l aat ( itivh e, atUata the sleewi'' ll tilh thilt Is quite lilply t1itie. As ill1'-
wilt Ihni I taltal sh rlt-n l il runiutlniOUS ti heated tie an t Iarial for the blouks Is
it.1. 'lTh.l nl.'pav is ro Ia t'-a e t at ul full will to Peri' ai la wnit anid ie Itrhi ilng
lit11at at 'love Illh,- ataw.'. hbt faril l oiiinlg etbllrotdlered flutinclng nand Insortion.

sill Dlefore tIltilain (Otil.
A tlioroalgh aMilhely woaia11aa111. i thll a -I
Uiidein-thilu d4 li'lrlf ir. will lillat s.itni-.
thing hiafore goiii itg io tn tllinn r lli niry.
It niaty hal Jiat it iili if haiol tl i, t r--
linl)i n at ill iliata In i lih \\a \ m if n Ir et i if
hlack 'cofl t ; ,. ,lt-i er Ilinn :Ill, ai ill
of hot tn illik niti lll u 1ia T'llh li- l ,ii*s
lip hlhe 1 '1\-eaas, ain y Illia St!Olila' 1 lia 11h
Ierps1 the bnily i-wel iiislairlisAt iliill II
In Hine fair illinn -r.
T 'he woiiatllin wilo it-leltull filr n florllia l
dlitner lparly wiliais i atilling ia i illhng
bororpe lie tgoeas rtrs hllt risk of fnlnt-
nUwt s ait tild lleiirs Ihhi'kllrl ah t lu r.' lhlio is 'rltninly liiila la I@-i tili-t
than u litht oi \\ il. tai n a I ite before
fitirtlil g uit.
Th'll iinolt nii< ta 'afcril i liiin lel atre
ltls w toill o 10 iaiiit nl Muniail iel-al at n
dinner parly. They bailiat li lie of Ilhis
and an astle of Ihlial, lt I iolhing nuor..,
Theiy do not in-e'raitl o do imuor' than
tannle the diasllt,. ntid thiy arp rew rarlled
for their nbalniitloniiiiess lby the lbril-
Ilnnt conplxioil. hlse (-ilnr eyes anid thae
sliaarp wits of thie womnir vwho lIs at
peance- will her digetloll.
Great beauties eat vary little, and
what they do aent Is of the hiatiplest and
most nnilrlsbhing kind. Whille (hey
never refuse (14llnclem, they do not eat
hearilly of them, reaPrving the nppellte
for thfe siaplter and more nourishing
...m f i L .
Rainsme Gowic.
Now that gRood practical conilon
aeiasa llna taught women the e ono ny
of having ia different style of dress
for hli housmt from what is worn In the
asrept, altore al n wore attention in p.ild
to the lions gowan aJl the time, nnd
there is, consequentlYf, a nmuh lariter
choice poeltble Ia degratr materMll aid
color. A street gbwa lasts tweie *so
long when it ts ralltirved solely tor
street wear, and the change to a gownv
of lighter texture for the house Is rental.
ful and bsefdelal to gown and wearPre
alike, Vtingr, egtmeare, Oerep de
chine, Soft ellk and satin, ar All on-
rolled upon bth list of matesrtali for
house webri, Whtile all color* may be
chosen from. For the Imolet thile
fashion ts J n faor of mnaot Vvid oelq'or
Mhan last year, and there are seomse
greens, blelit, crtiees nod tro*u tbat
are aslet iqr4 is 4ftet tand require
coueOleuilb tissthit dow to be. alto-
geth W tfgitory. A hllgt firOwi soft
slli trwl t :r. b h aemlroaldered hlfaioi
In tnho t etloe eI With an apple-
green satin hdIe would be too glnrlg
were it nt (tB tho 7Pyrw a<

brilbt blue crepm do olhne would b-
Iniposexble were It not for rowe of blue
velvet ribbou a shade lighter in t(ati.
and the whlte e i nu and lere lpnder-
slres anld fil LoaL-Ha rper'"s Baer.

m nea famp'w AMlSeasteS.

Oat 6,A Y6, 606, 0J1'ax616Mg
*ee: a y g iut"settIBemep0ei"-


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,- A few ppl so"it of whom are
S''.D. ooDWIN, editors, continue, tO lump Barrs,
t,"'. editor and Propriwetr. Broward andStockton together and
speak of them as the "Three
e"'. red April 28, 1903, at OGanevillt, Friends," and to denounce them
P" ., a s econd-class matter, under Act ofor many things dishonorable, -aq$
Cnre of March 187credit them with nothing good,
| "sde eo ae -' nd Fri-^-- One editor has even ntwpql ow
P ubl ed every Tuesday and Friy editor has tp .low
%t I9.00o year In advance. a to declare "The cam an Jof the
o' Cents for Six Months, 'Three Friends,' .,.as ubsbeen
5 Cents for Three Months. one of deceit f.IPl at Ception,"
ADVUIMn RTS. There' is ano truth in the
Lcl Readers in brevere type, 5 cents ta til3t,. ei the happy
t,/ a ine for each Insertion. Conaolettd i biewving that Intel,
8pgce for display advertisements priced 'ge will at 'leastcompare
Sonapplication. the' .tpqatilon and honor of the
The editor la not responsible for the 'Thiri Priends" with the reputa-
l.iewi of correspondents or others con- ton land honor of those who make his columns. such false charges, atd if they will
: only make the co0paarlson the
They won't let the Oadies vote in "Three Friends' will'have nothing
Florida, but they can't keep 'emr to fear.
entirely out 'o politics. Will our readers please bear
he peopleoAlachua county are in mind the .fact t)at those
The people ofA county who are constanuly abusing
proud of the fact that the county the "Three F i" or thr
madidates are conducting a clean t o to t o thir
3-, paare declaring that their holding
S .les;ed is he who is not a candi- of a conventl0n would not endan-
daite; unless he is iron-clad and. ger the priitary, are the same who
Scoppet-lined, and never done an are also constantly calling attention
,ugly thing in his life. to the long ballot, and the diffi-
faculty about voting it? Such ex.
We can't see why any one should pressions as "The primary election
,,ti 'that Tallaferro sentiment is ticket is a 'stunner' to thousands
,rS P' ,y one knows that a statement printed simply to fill up space, but
'q4 1 that klqd. is not true. each such expreaslod is intended
for something, and may it not be
: It Is to be hoped that the voters intended to ake thearimary ny
Of Alaehus county will turn out in
St s nuber county wApril 80 ouand tem tnpopulart This system makes
w numbers- on April an n the long ticket necessary, btit it
.: aitthe Senatorial and guberna. a t t ot o
tonal candidates speak In Gaines also eruts the selectiqn of hho to
u vle.' repieseft us.. In plates high and
low, in the hands of the Democrats
of Fl' orida, inalding the poorest
I s.." il there Is a certain can-L. .... 1...d h, e
tr s ow before the people of n st d In. the
t-n ds of a few iav 6 %24u get to
u)tpcbu, who Is an Infidel, and i vi or some other city, as
i"*lecanipaigningin sister town debates toi the convention,"
S etly it "leaked out 0o -' .where it s too often the case too
d h name w at once. .wmany of the delegates forget the
d Dennteis in tretstsof those whom they should
"S dr United States Senator vote represent, and spend too much of
S 'John N. Btookton the their time at the "smokers" auil
S tiJljt'Deamocrat whose enemies other places where .they are not
s become so desperate in their sent by the people whom they claims
to defeat him that they are to represent.
apovng the writings of the Re- Democrats of Florida, compare,
Politicians Joe Stripling, of "The Three Friends" with thoqe
.F Okonville, for that unholy who are busing them, an4 we havw
'. O no fear as to the result of yo'v
conclusions. And then when you
Kr. Mr, urant has retired go to the polls May ,o, VOTE
I',lnthb editorial management of AGAINST STATE CONVEN
Ap,'i? Palihett News. and Mr. 1. W. TION.

|'al stc ceeds him. The News has
bk..i .a well edited paper, and has
.I'bWien supporting the right men for
i' llde. We trust Editor Bell will
C' keep the paper up to its present'
standard of excellency.
When the people of Alachua
county will rise up in their might
and show to dishonest bondsmen
that when they go on a criminal's
appearance bond and the bond is
.-r--A cited the bondsman will pay
.'he amount or go to the peniten-
SUiry, crime and taxes will decrease.
The man who is dishonest with his
:,-tounty, is 'no better than the man
;. who is dishonest with his grocer.

When the election returns begin
to come In on the morning of May
a'lS few editors, such as John Cald-
I'wd, Toam Appleyard and -ten Pre-
ti, who have been doing such
C'Mesod~~ble, and such heretofore
,iesttN of prevaricating in favor of
am'*fro and against Stockton,
Willa to fted small enough to
through a small key-hole
Switht leaving any hair on the
',pi.4g of it.
"4 is rather amusing .to hear Mr,
,4alapro ad his friends charge
\,It. OStoULa with having the sup-
iptrt of Deznis Rgan in his polit.
battles in Duvatl-unty, when
body knows that At the same
a, nft n was for Stockton and
*.owd, the negro politiaui leader
,Jacksonville, TJoseph a. Lee,
pip.Portng Mr. Tallaferro and
All well informed peo.
that Joe Le is one of the
prominent .Republicans in
,'m "madlson recorder.
A illmanot Jackson-
t~.spects one

Ott ro.w
6 "Wiezaoand

We do not believe that dish6neit y
and lying are two of the critus -
that even our enemies usually
charge us with; we believe that sos..
who do not loveus even a little
bit, and oppose us in almost every-
thing, will admit that we are hon-
est and truthful, and we do'.know
we try to be what they seem willing
to admit we are. And we believe
that some of the worse lying that
has been done in Florida for the last
past twenty yeats, has been directed
against J. N. C. Stocktou and J. M.
Barra, by their political enemies
during the last past twenty days.
If the lies are producing the fruit
they should produce, Stockton and
Barra are gaining greuahl rapidly.

Frank Clark deserted our beloved
State and people on account of
freezes and fires" me says. Jim
Alexander and others have re-
mained here through those perils
and braved it out like patriotic
citizens, and have worked and cul-
tivated a glorious harvest of enter-
prises and developments. "Now the
sheep (in the singular, number)
that jumped out of the frost.
scorched pasture, and 'hunted
greenerr fields," has returned, and
wants to be rocked by the people as
a spotless la b in a CongreMlonal
chair; but bekig faded (politically)
he is recognized as a "stranger in
the fold.'"-iHgh Springa Hornet.

An exchange remark: "Noth-
Ipg makes a poor editor feel hap-
pier than to have put in his posses-
aion, in some way that he ean not
quite understand, a good little sum
of ioney -s a gift accompanied by
an akarance that the money comes
from oe. who is able to spare it,
end as an evidence of the giver's
admiration of the editor beeas of:
il manly .qualiti.S" We wouldI
like to se the e ditr who Is ece -
tosed to hagsrg acih expelatecet.
app~ene pmvsf -wfnkles and

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The oidvl"J W t. '
men who ve t t aont i A
of money behind tem r jpwrally W e I v -
the men whoinhcoestvote should
vote .against." The Stwr is stup- In Stock, and are constantly
portipg StoIktlon and Barrs. Stock- i 0-9 .-1 0
ton. atd Barrs have spent more Up-tOQ ate $hos
money with the Star for adveWilung women and Children, at
space than any other senatorial r- prices and of the best ma
congressional. candidates have speut prices and OM the best mal
with it or offered to spend *'O it. It .
It must be concludedd, terefo,
that Stockton and Blrr 'havt tbid
"largest amount of money behind
them," and if Edita*ir wiu is Particular attention 'to thi
correct in his propostio to the "*rrolcpOrt" and Mens"A
voters he should stop bi support of "B ckport a Men
Stockton and Barr at once if he" and."Wdlk Over" gl
wishes to be counted among the .
"honst voters" of Ala.hua county. f Ia
Come to the scratch now, Mr eStar J D M athIl
man, is it not true that Stocktonu p f L $
and Barrs, through Guy I. Metcalf;. Ob and Laat1eBI tre. 10 iU
tb'ir agent, have spent mole money h
for advertising iu the Star than all 1
the other senatorial and congres- 4~ ~*w0* l,- 0*W no**(.*is**091
slonal candidates combined, nt- --
w tindiag that your 'columns T
ana ,mo ,. The Gainesville Planing
ford County Telegraph, Starke.
The Telegraph's assertion that
"Stockton and Barrs have spent in
more money with the STAR for ad- and CoffUn C
vertising space than any other sen-
atorial or congressional candidates I THE MARCH
have spent with it or offered to OF II
spend with it," is atmolutely un- Is sometimes hard t<
true. We do not believe that Edi- our faci i *s are ec
tor Mathews published the untrutaO u ,ou .rt tr
wilfully and knowingly; we believe o, e huzen. Vou are
he thinks he told the truth, but lilet right kind 6 i mi
didn't. He was doubtless judging our tay. We ,leat i
us by himself, and thought we Material fori tut
were being paid for every word we el to complete mity t1wr
say in favor of our candidates. He factory. compTell y
just simply shot with his eyes clos-. do thMe rest
ed, and missed the truth ai:d hit *
the opposite. Itk AINESVILt.E PLANING AND C(
But we are not surprised at any- 'PHONE 166.
thing Brother Matthews does or
says to please his candidates. His _et_____K 45_____ 4 ._M1,_a___1_,
misrepresentation of the editor of
the STAra is i perfect keeping with
his usual manner since he went RObt. M cClel
over, soul and body, to the Repub-.
lican trust magnates' candidates A
for United States Senate, Congress F U N ERA L D IRE
and Governor.
We don't mean to be harsh, but AND EM BA flEl
would respectfully suggest that
Brother Matthews quit judging us Strict Personal Attention Given to
by himerf. All Business in This Line. Tele
graph and Mail O orders Attended to
Seventeen applications for pardon PropLly. . .
and restoration to citizenship were -
presented to the Board of Pardous -DEALER IN-
in Tallahassee last week.-Madison
New Enterprise. PICTURE ERAM fS
We should not watt a Governor, R ]aUBB R
)or nuy othlr high official, who c:t1
not be touc.Ich.l with lthe fe:1hig .l AR G D000 ANDb UPHOIXTS
our inrnimi''s." We 1." nitt lonl" Eastman Kodaks and St
that the grnt-ntg of pr to-us. i til
thie restoring of ctlizenshipii. ;,. GAINESVILLE, . ]
sometimes right anid ju,.tfi tat ; ,siii,% ssx-4,ss ss sstse se4x+XX% *
but by doing entirely too Inuiii-'i _.. ...__,_..__...n-_
that sort of thing the Florida B W a T
of Pardons has been a great curs W RI
to the State. W |.

The Champion, published at Ar-
cadia, DeRoto coumity, is not run
exactly by children, yet its editor
is a Child, and so is each of its two
publishers. The editor is a lady-
Mrs.. Neva C. Child--and the pub-
lishets are T. IE. and Royal B.
Child. If we were not opposed to
gambling we'd bet a twenty-penny
nail to a carpet tack that Editor
Child makes the Ohild publishers
behave themselves. The Champion
is a good paper, and its editor-like
nearly all other ladies-is a strong
advocate of Jno. N. C. Stockton
for the United States Senate.

Jacksonville Hotel.
The New Travelers Hotel, H. W. Han.
cock proprietor and R. W. Campbell as-
siatant manager, is the place to stop
wlen you go" .to Jacksonville. Nice
rsem, good table fare, reasonable rates,
and ainbqhly located-on Bay street, in.
busl 'Ss ta. Mr. Campbell Is of
Waldo, Aiha county, anm it will af-
ford him pieasfir to treat nicely people
from bls ahoe county when they go to
When you go to Jacksanville and want
pood ha a-ie11, atten*lOn at reason'
bl east, inquire for the "Travelers' HEo
tel," and when you go to Green Cove
Springs stop at the lveidde Hotel, of
which Mr. Hancock ia also proprietor..

Under and by virtue of a decree enforc-
ing a vendor's lien made and rendered on
the 16th day of February A. D. 19o4. by
Honorable J. T. Wills, Judge of the
Crcui t ourt for the 8th Judicatl Circuit
of lorlda, in and for Alachi county, ia
Chancery, in a aerin cansethere pntd-
lag, wherein C. L. Mantag. Company
are Voplan, pts and ,. W. Fesar t ak
Ahaff s atntM oou S lrida, mud
05os o Adaistt oa f ad fr the -
SIP d aJdm.& aiBd* aw In

4tiei ]Nthe as e

d t

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Call off me when you want to buy

Horses, Mules, Buggies, .
Carriages, Wagons. t-
Harness, Bridles, -,,r
Saddles, etc. I



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Frank (Lark.


Second Disrdrict

of Florida,
palette Yousrr Vt.Ie ant Support
In lu DeaD rasti ; Prnimary.


Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors lpcome Tay.
SPerfection lter-State Commerce Commassion
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
D o ul o EpUa Coto
,L'''#.' "m. "' 'i ''"IP !' *q .;

y receiv- Cotton Department, QAINEVILLE,
for M en, *FLA.
popular Highrest price a idll tfor0 e Iland otto
kes. & In Seed or Lint, Large cr Small Quantities.

S Imported Sc.i Island and Selected Florid

e .Ladies Planiitw Seed.
ll Amer-
0 li Ta KE The Atlantic Coast Line

North L. East



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Rapid Transt and nsArpassed Service.
Timiuv Table in ffecl Maich 28, 1904.
Depart For GAINESVILLE Arm. I run,
7:lk pii, Hliglh Springs amd Inter I :;n ,
Dauly _, J mediate Points la
12.55 p ini Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and ;3 in 1,
Daily | Internediate Points. Daly
2:Z5 p na PlaItka, Daytona, Jackponville, 2 u5 p un
Daily North. East and "1 eat ._ I al
12:1i.5Ia iu -I gh i Springii. Waycroas, Savannah., Brunswick, :., p, i,,
Dr.ilv Alihnny, AtlantA. all Points North, East West j II
Dail Roche:le. Micanopy and Citra D;|
:3:,5)0 a m I 7:2t' m
Daily High Springs Daily
ex. Montlay ex Sundaty
Iv St. AuRgutme F I C Ry 7 50 a In Lv Chattanooga N C & St 1. Ryl I, pI
Ar .lacksonville 8 .0 a m Ar Nashville 1 a
I.v Jacksonville A Kr 1 la m Lv Nashvlle L & N Rr 41 a
.1\r Tifton .. 1 01 9 p TI Ar Evinaville. 7 .4 a ,
v Tifton .S& FRy 1 19am Lv vnvlle a
Ar Macon" 408pm Ar yt LoUitas I 3 p
I.v Macon .Cent. of Ga Ry. 418p Lp v Evanville E & TH Rr S I a nt
Ar Atlanta. 7 OS p m Ar Terre Haute Il211anI
Lv Atlanta & A Rr 7 13p n Lv Terre Haus C & EI Rr. 11 25am
Ar Chattanooga 10 58 p Ar Chicago. 4 I p ln
This train is the standard of perfection in passenger service. For I'ullina
Reservations aBf other informatkun apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., :-t AuguI S
line or A. C 1,. office 138 flay St., West, Jacksonville, Fia.
Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 13,ooo miles of among the pinci.
pal railways in the Southern States are, on sale by the principal agents
Through Pullman deeper 'ort Tamupa I New York, via Atlantic Coast I.ine;
also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway.
[F'or complete information, call on
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
Address: FRANK C BOYLSTON, Com'i Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Ag.,
138 W. Bay St., Astor Building, Jacksonille, Fla
II. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W.1 CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt..
Wilmington, .. Wilmington. N. C

Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.


9 35a
10 15
11 46
12 2op

I 26p
2 55p
5 1n1)
4 14P
5 rip
7 .Sp
7 28p
7 45
0 oop

8S 3up
8 55P
10o 451'

2i 5 t
2 13a
7 2oa
4 1nA
5 39a
II 46a
12 3up
6 45aa


Lv .

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Lv. .
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. Jacksonville .
. JBaldwin ....
. W aldo . .
. Cedar Key ..
S. Silver Srings
. Ocala . .
. Wildwood.
Orlando .
. .. Dale City
S. Plant City .
Palmetto .
S. Manatee .
S. arasota
. Tampa .

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Ar 10 5oa
10 12A
8 soa
Lv 7 14A
Ar 7 14a
Lv 4 5oa


7 i5a
6 3oa
4 04a

n 55a
12 23
7 oop
10 a8p
9 23P
4 45P
3 5op
3 ooa
8 opp

5 sop
4 2ut
2 5u
. .40
i 1 521
12 4iP
t 56p
8 25a
10 37a
9 458
7 42a
7 27a
2 Oup
8 50o

Lv Jacksonville . 9 ooa 7 op Lv Jacksonville ..... 3 4op 9 259
tAr Fernandina ..... o 1 9 oop Ar Lake City. .. 5 51 P 1o204
Ar Brunswick. . ia omp 1o 35p Ar Live Oak . 6 35P 12 4P
Ar Savannah ... i .op n ioa Ar Madison . . 7 55 12 5p
Ar Fairfax . .. 3 o9p I 44a Ar Monticello . 9 iop 3 5SP
Ar Denmark 3 ..... 57P o ArTallahassee . 9 4op 35P
Ar Columbia . 5 3op 3 55P Ar Quincy .. ......... .4 t7P
Ar Camden ....... 7 40p 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 5P
Ar Hamlet e ...... 9 55p 8 o~a Ar Pensacola . . i 5op
Ar Wilmington . . 12 o5p Ar Mobile ....... 2 555
Ar Southern Pines t i8p 9 36a Ar New Orles . . 7 25
Ar Raleigh. .........I 53P to 45a Lv Jacksonville ........ op
Ar Portsmouth... ..... 8 o 535 Ar Macon .... 3 406
Ar Richmond, 'aa .... 6 35a 3 isP Atlanta. ........... 7 50
Ar Washington : .....o i 8 3op Chattanooga .. ... 2 5P
Ar Baltimore ...... Iti 5a II 25P Nashville . . 9 o20P
Ar Philadelphia....... .36p 2 5ca S St Louis.............. 7 306
Ar New York ....-. 4 i5p 6 3on Chicago . .. 9 5a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, oneso and Sarasota, on 31,' except Satur-
days, from Gatnesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullmana sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond add Wasdnton. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
SNo. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, bagffg and express carns between
Jacksonville and Washington and drawing room man aleers between T P,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
nediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
NoO. 56 and 57. Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
SteaI ers for Key West and Havana. -Leave Port Tampa Sundays. Tuesday aid
Thursday, ti:5 p. m.
A. O. MAcDONELL. Ass't Gen. Pasa. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
U. C. COBBI Ticket Azent, Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
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