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:
June 21, 1904
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


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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In a certain .odrtlce lilding in the
Sowatown district there la a club on
O R tor s'erk'te far ti''tmbi-ra. The other
FOURTH OF JULY ma uapr els',
Fd#U I OF a JULY Isy two of the latter emerged from the
;(titiing roonu, where they had eaten
--------------- tluiaclimon, and eyed Rhe eleator floor
91 ifill f a1 -T.-ime aIntata'ntr. The arrow .moved In two
The BiggeSt R d of a ime S t, ne of tm the club elevator
Expected." exiress route.
It .. owoSnderful how much time a
Sian can save by these expresses," re-
sut-rkedd onae of the pair.
VARIOUS KINDS AMUSEMENTS Noi ense" said his companion, "I
K .cal geot to the bottom on a local and
----. beat you while [t nm doing it."
Plenty to Bat Plenty to Drink, "Ten dollars that you can't." was the
Plenty to See-The The cages in both shafts opened with
a click, and without further parley- the
Program. two imwen separated, entering the differ-
At te Fourit of July celeratio n ito. e local got away a
t iurtfa;: ffrattison of a moment ahead of the ex-
this city, there will :be plenty to 'atL, press. When the man In the latter
pleiity to drink and lots of fitn The stopped aout hlis acquaintance was wait-
amusemietits: will consist of games, torn Ing for hlim.
agents, racing,.feats .off" strength and ."How did you do ItT' gasped the ex-
skill, parades and the great naval battle press passenger, digging down for'the
'on-dry land between the Russians and forfeited bank aioate.
Japanee. Bands of music, fire-. depart- "That was easy,"-sald hls cmpanlon,-
4"I ga-ve my elevator man half et the
meit, display 'dhls. -the follonug iro- hot-in advance-and he didn't maeko
gram will be carried out to the letter: any stopi."-New York Post.
S:30o a. ns. -The Gainesville Silver Cor- worried a Isivtn Chain.
net IBand will parade the streets. Dr. P. L. IIurt's pointer dog was the
9:00 a. in. The Bicycle T'lourssataitl. cause of ait good donal of amusement. end
Knights in- full .costume; Cotmrse ,u excitement In Ioonvllle one day TThe
yards. Fifteen- ring ,stations. Speed to doctor stopped at a trough to water hls
miles per lhour. If.the Knight lives he horse. A sewer pipe about a hundreds
ay ride tme. course three tiiea. l trie feet long passes under a crossing at the
mayplace, and the dog, being warn from
who gets the most rhigs will ketI 5. lie running, crawled into the pipe to get.
who gets the net number of rings $2.50. cool. When the time came to leave hes.
S9:30 a. t)5. -. The Cake -' alk. The could not turn around, and as toe uipv
couples taking pact lit, this cotitest m.ill. was crooked lie could not see .the opvo-
prance ii front of thie jud(Iges oni the band site end of- It, so there he stuck,: -Atter
t'a. The bei t praccers will get ". various suggestions lad been made for
.. The e prancers wi get getting him out a small negro boy 'wVas
The cost -l et I .-. se mt in after hiri.. The boy got hlm'by
-soa.n Ghuaes 'k RL i- o ". the leg, but then found, that he himself
you please, any ga.t -alldwed. Ja 'p, cotl anot amck out. ere was at pretty
cawl, r1oll, tumble. Any old way. JVn'i howvy Finally a second negro bot
er gets $2. Second S Poot Hic 1 i was sent in. Ills legs remained within
yard dash. Winner, $3. Sveond fi 50. reach from the outhlide, and when he
liubl>ing the Greased Poile.--2.5o ot n had etuMigt tie iirst b0oy by the legs
top TIe one who cltiml)s tle pi)ole and aii(l tihe first boy limd got a-secure hold
.gets the money can have it. Tire pole ne time aeo'1 s Ig h somlue strong men took-
'will be well gred yo '1 c- camsgetat*m .rit .th -s I; ai oy by hiis leogs and thus
if he doa't slip. "Catching thie Gre-:s't PiK-The pig wil)e .-shavead a wt 11 t- 1o snv e rowat. .
greased and turned. loot.. Tie one W-.i MIa. ay a s.wihmimer stops short before
catches him can have the pig an-I $ No learning how' to aiiproach a d.rowning
ise to try if you are lt.w-.legmtcdl. j 50 p'orson, bult li should add a knowledge
Yard Dash --For colored boys under i, of this its of the proper means of att-
ears. The course will lie 6ibstructed l(iclal resl)iratlon before ho c q be a4-
Swith hurdles. etc, Widner.:ets $.. cotd a atr-of the rt, S o al I
wgL tsresc s $ 1oition 'ss hronlicle, and adds: "The
011 gets $1. -e Rswina mner In dillicultles may always be
11:30 a. n..-The.Great Ris-ias J: Ipa- assisted, eve'' lay atyro, provided he be,
iese Naval Battle. -The first gna wi11 be sllin t s trong enough swimmer, bUt
Sited at It :3o: Admiral Koinlait- ,11 the bather who cannot swim at all or'
in cotiuttiai of tie Russian squadiin(in d liwho lhas entirely lost his presence of
Admiral Kturoki in .cornsttsnil of te mir l shouldd isul Ialways be approached-
Japamnese fleet. Tilsa battle will be fought from leh'lind nalimd seized by the 4rnM.
to a finish, no quarters a.ked or gin-m-a. '11heln by swinlalng on the back it 1.i
The Gainesville Pire Departmelt will un- easy toI tw mhim to safety.- Fulrther,
pire this fight,- and there is going at- he lm tt throwing the arms out ofr the
soinethinig doing This attlewill st.tle water tends to sink the whole body, thl:
tie war-in thie East. air behng a poor supporting mediiU WA
l1;3o p min.- -Merchauts Carnival 'am- tlmeir weight," '
rale,. Ieautiftql decorated chariots,
f6ats, carriages, horses,.elo. $i.5 for the whVy sihe Was Provoked.
most appropriate float. $lo for the .best "lle stole a kiss when I wasn't ta
decorated carriage. the least expecting i" -
2:30 p. m.--T-e Honorable Christo- "And you were provoked, of course*.
plhmr Matheson, of Gatnesvlle, will de. "I.rovoked doesn't h alf express It. I
liver, from the bandstand,-a regular old- was downright angry. Why,b hai of
fashioned Pourth of July oration, the enjoyment of a pleasure lies In the
o30 p. m.t-Bapeball at the Bali Park. anticipation of t."-Chlcago Post.
The Starke Chamlpions and the GAines-
ville ball teams will play for a purse of Her ew caof disgusted.
This will be known as a Heart Pis- "P haw" exclaimed d usteesU0a6
55'5 gisme,. m ... .sh~. ash$be cpme to the post IatetesthnS
There will be .tuste i all- the t'me. part n ly to rhd "to b eeon thing
Pletv of noise, fireworks, and all that 'cont ntined torles.'"
goes with a good old Pourth of July cele- "Not'" queried her husband politely.
bration Cheap rates on all railroads. "*No; they should be called 'discontin-
ued stories.' "-Exchange.
silnesville In Danger.
Much In Little.
Thle ,ale is not a go&d looking -head Crusty Old Gentleman-Your singing
linet -. Ion,t like the appearance of it liag Tnylor, iB liko attar of roae0-
oiqrlf -lut wljheq we see the condition Miss Tnylo' (with a gratified smIUe)-
thlt isne of Ulla back ways and alleys Oh, you are too flattering.
of the toqw are in we feel that' it Ia our Old Gentleman (continuing)-A little
duty to display the danger signal, of it goes a very long way.
At the rear of some onutness places
in tlhe city at the time are accunmulations curCrenelr PCrefredeobser
of refuse and filth that should not be al- "So far asI d n'tm cnceare whethobser wed
lowed to remain within the city limits: Sp an elastle currency or not; but, by
Whose sively dast erous.ok atr the .. go, I'd like to have it a little more
WH se biness a isIt to look after the ad ,slve!"--Chicago Tribune.
health of ithe city? .'t is no one's bus- .Tin
r t would better be some one's bus- OWER
lsM. Ours is not an unhealthy city; HAIR URWR.
finets|allt wate; is aioqe. of the purest, Brooklyn, 1$. Y'., April Ri, 'g.
t5 pure wateris not enoug of itellf- Dr. S. Ii. Giddings, k
Let mise authorities lock lute the mat- b1 return mail if y<>u can send your 50c.
f axiad llhey will find that we didn't bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
peak too oon.. .(Trade Mark) and if ao I will send you
s postal note for the same. Please inform
Clled to M aee mee lthe amount oh postage if it can be

ev. Roger, p er of the First hen in Florida the winter of 1897
plit church, this clty, wasa called by and '98 I s1ed five bottles of the twenty-
[ to14Ci mVaua Sudady Mr. Roger ive et size and produced a nice gro*th
.to of the a udm spst ehurseb of hair where it Iad been entirely bald
astor of the Mar a Bapt brch or teen years, and now I would like to
b e accepted call t1 the GtnesviUle ty it once more if I can get It.
r few ectI ,p -ae lipri- V piple are vy foggtd. _H 59 Hicks St. I" W. HAywa,
iiadiry the deuth n Mr- State of Florida.
and took W hetren 't1,e i6tiAt of county of MAachus,

,M. Boose,. "W ,b.o w ,e of
ofl Mr. Rogers' dhewb u ihe was
.g the churtch I.tb a k t: to

co led to Mari.l. t -. lia
iaspk today or #tiu"s*fl a
May ..4 -'c^t in

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eared before the sub-
Public, in and for the.
it large, S. B. Olddi!gsp



One Colored Youth liills Another
at kMicanopy.


James Christopher Killed-Jus-
tice Smith Investigates

Question and Answer.
Onuinesville, Fla, June 20.
editor STAR:-I have heard it said
that editors nre supposed to kuow every
tbing. This is saying too much, I know,
for they can not know everything. B1tt
I do think editors should be willing to
give information to thIe public when they
can, and answer questona it they cni,
and believing this I want to ask you one
qaeston, which you will please answer
through the columns of your paper.
The question is: What Is your opinion
of a candidate,r r other person who does
not pay Idsl debts; one who has others to
serve him when the service Ie needed
and then after the.pervice has been rend-
ered the set vant is refused, or neglected
Rand has to go without his pay.

SAt Micasop last Saturlay afternoon We think a person, candidate or other
JaniesChrislophier, a colored youth a- person, (except) itbean editor, who does
bout sixle tn 3 eur old accidentally shot not pay his delits will bear letting alone.
and killed a twelve year-old colored Ioy Honest people pay their obligations if
named lerry Sullivan. they can. But if you ever fiud an editor of a
Justice J. W. mith held a preliminary Florida newspaper paying his debts
examination, and while the evidence promptly you might do your country a
was har.ily consilderedsuficimnt tojustify service by putting a detective on his
him in holding Christopher he thought track, for he might be making counter-
it best to do so until the case could be felt money.
further investigated, consequently he EDITOR.
committed the boy to jail Saturday,
but after further iuveqtigation he decided Attention K. of P.
ithe boy should not be held, and came to heree will'be a regular communication
iainesville yesterday and had hins of Mt. Vernon Lodge No. a20 K, of P. at.
released rront custody, their Castle tlall Tuesday evening at
. it sees that the boys were in the act 8 o.clock.
of leaving thie house,' when the larger one A full attendance desired and visitors
who carried the gun under his arm turned cordially welcomed. J.B. DouGLAS,
to fasten the door, and in some way the W. R. MecKNarTt. C. C.
gun was discharged and the smaller boy K. of R. and S.
killed Justice Smith now feels certain
tuat the killing was purely accidental,
and thinks the county should apt be put bt(as Gertrude Lambdin left this week
to the necessary expense that a further on a visit to friends and relativeaat High
investigation of the killing would incur. Springs.--Seabreeze, Seabreese.
Miss Rosabel Smith. of Gaineaville, is
One Hundred Hurt visiting the family of R. R. Ridgeway,
One d Hurt of the on Valley streei.-Seabreeze, Seabreeze.
careles handling of toy pistol firecrack- Nise Myrtel Eennell bas returned from
careless hand of toy ptoNashville where she was maid of honor
er and other explosives incidental to th m Florida at the Confederate Veterans
Bunker Hill Day celebrations, more than
three hundred people were treated at the Reunion.
local hospitals between midnight yester. If It is job prating you want just send
day and idnight today. Several of the your order to the btar. It will have
day and midnight today. Several of the prompt attention, and work and prices
patients were dangerously injured- will, suit you. tf
Torpedoes placed upon the .streetcar IB. M. Tench, who has been out for a
tracks caused a selioua aceldeaton Hunt- six weeks ttip on the road in the interest
ingtou Avenue to-might. A Brooklia car of the shoe house he las representing has
was lifted from the sail, Miss Elen Fa- returned home.
hey of Brooklin and another woman were OGddinga' Hair Grower does tlsh work.
severely injured.-Selected. For .Sale by Dr. S. B. oiddings, uiones-
\Ye publish tile above not because ville, and the Postoffice Drug Store and J.
we i link it willdoBoton'-a nifortuamtes A.Stephens, High Springs. lia.
-any g.v.o, hut hopinmi it will serve as a Bishop Edwin Weed, of Jacksonville
g;.ntle r-mitnlder t', those who expect to preached an able and Interesting sermon
parlicilmtu in the PoitLh of Jul% celebra. at the Episcopal church last night; anml
tiun in l .i- city, ti tl the careless hain I- at the close of the service lie confirmed
ling .f LtIy pistol% and fire works las a seven members.
dilangerous' in Florida as tu Massachusetts; Dr. W. H. -ibley went out niong the
in Gainseville as imn Qioton. sawmill people a few miles north of this
city- -on the t(ainesville and Gulf railroad
Drawing the Line on Jk Saturday. The Doctor says all is life out
Drawing ste Line on Jackson. there where there arethree sawmills close
A good story I told in Missouri at the together and omse of the people are
expense of its once famous governor, building. permanent houses.
Claiborn F. Jackson. Before he solvd Major W. d. Thomas. Major J. W.
the enigma of lovalock he had married Teach, ad Messrs. W. L. Hill, W. 8.
five sisters-in reasonable lape d con. Broomes H. If. McCreary end Dr. I. P.
secutivenesm. After one wife had been MeKinatry, Jr. attended the Democratic
lost and appoprlatly mourned he espons.s tate r xecnuUve Committee meeting. Sn
ed another, and he kept his courtingJacsnie omtesseat
within a narrow circleof his owls latives J e rday ess MKatry
foy he rather liked the taf4 -. Pad MCneary ware wethers of the tm.
The antiquated father o thesegeIrlawas After Ave week alsy In Cuba-,. *
almost deaf, and when the governor wwentther polUt
to this octogenarian to 'ask for his sur J.te Sa, -Dantma To, sad othte pom llu"r4ai
giving daughter the following conve- ha si--Dray. Hei'. t Thomily pleased wti
tion ensued: the country, and seys he .ft Mr, A, 0
"Iwant Lizzie!" Steenburg and eon-Inws*, Mr. KXqPt,
S"E?" who have made thei lisMe trem, ;ia goad
..1 want you toletnmehave RKiz-a-bethl" bealthsand will pleame,
"Oh, you want 1ljl*iedo youl whatforP' Jo Kellum; who was a adid "
"For niy wife!"Jobs 0. Maims, oa a dIdqt
"For nmy wie -fo county auiperiptendant of ~04ts Io
"For life?" Alachua county and led hisl pl bqt ta
"I want-to-marry-her!" the rst primary, was def aIt the'
',Uh, yes? Just so. I hear you m1 boy," second ground, hisep ngt re vin
"I'm precious glad you do!" muttered a majorityof ive. At tle 'tuoAdtaelM 4
the governor. where Mri Kellumn bhaa rasia' dt'io the
"Well," slowly responded the veteran, 'pat three years be here M led r l
"you needn't halloa so that the whole of s4 votes past. This w*e atse diA ,
neighborhood knows it! Yes you can mat 1 frsas the p6 ple eWtas it
have her. You've got 'em all now my among, and hie hot Of frietnds (ns ; I.
lad, but for goodness make if anything ford comuny are plnWae4 lt ib atNidg i
happens to that 'ere por qtsgudjd pgal nil to his ebaRteS and worth' as s

don't cam and ass me for the old iunt. Mr. Xeialm behas be m. r t
dwomisan" principalbhip of the O m ."t t
Jackson solemnly promised that he school, tbehighestedaatteasonal .41
never would.- (Tit-Bits.) Alacbna county.--b tarke Tl pp. 4
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If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
it you'll wonder wby yo didn't think of us long before.
S tAll work wgrisruted. No.hasty slipshd job leaves our
shop. None but the bet material used, and you will
.. -- .. a t, the .rr ia their.

Try Fagan's market for beat pleats. IAX I oD NOTICO eed un.
Noim e ot apphica_ion for Tax lDeed tan-
If yeo want to buy, rent or aell a decr 8etion 8 of Chapter 4114. Iawa of
hoew-Mee Mayers. Vflorida.. .
EK. Anderson of ligh lSplngs spent Notice i hereby given that W. R. :
Thomas, putcesear of tax certificate No.
yesterday in this lty. 576, date the 5tk daf of July, A. D. 9go1,
lMr. and Mrs. Giles 'Fowler of Lennon has filed said certificate in my office, andC
w-rea i the city F lday. nhasa made *pplication ftr tax deed to issue
wer il the cIty Fiay. in accordance with law 0t.i.4 certificate
T. Jenninga Cone, the Raleigh saw mill embraces the following daclbed proper-
man, was in the city yestei day. ty- situated in Alachm a d uty, Florda,I
Mr. Poleman, the Archer saw mill mtan, dto-wit: Lot o ainesv,. Thelo aleind be
was In town Saturday on business. ing assessed at the date of the janane of
J. B. McDonald retorrfed Saturday such certificate in the name o" R AniVe .
mo g f orthign Si Mbcllvin, nslaess said certificate shall be
morning fronm Worthington Springs. redeemiredl according to law tax deed will
Harvey Robinson left Saturday for issue thereon on the 1 Ith day of July, A.
Chicago, St. rouis and other points. 1). 10 04.u
S *Witnesa iy official signature and seal
Miss Winatie Young went to 11igh thin thie 9th 11 dy of ttJune, A. D. 1904.
SpringsSaturday evening tovisit friends. ISAI..] II. C. D tNTON,
Clerk L' rn-'it Court Alactutta county,
fion. P. O. Rasmsey, Wacahoota, was Florida. Per I. II. Wienges, D. C.
a business visitor to Gainesville Satvt'lay. .... .. -
Missa Alle Ellis left Saturday for a BILL FOR PARTITION.
short visit to Miss Clara King ln Waldo, in the Circuit Court of the Elighth Ju-
Mr. Gns JernTika.. -left Sunday for Ar. dieial Circuit of the State of Florida, iu
Mr. G Jernian eft S ay and for the County of Alachua. In
cadia, where he goes to start tap a jewelry and for the County of Aac.a.
store. Florida Land Cbnsa-
Mayor J. H. Prator andl Justice J. Watt my, Complahsslnt; .
Smith, of Micanopy, were in the city yes- Knickerbocker Trust Bill for Partition.
terday. Cor paany and James
C. D. Wood, one of Archer's leading K .% 9bittaker, Defen-
citis es and business men was ih the city lapon motio of s.W Baker, Soliltor
yesterday. for thie Florida Land Company, and -it
Any one wanting well r;siven will appearing by affidavit filed in the above
please call oi If. D. Lewis, North entitled cause that the dqfendaikts,
ainesvlle.t6 t Kiceribocerrbocke Truat Cot pany tand
Janmes K. Whittaker, are nqRa Inhabitits
Miss Claudia Millec, of Live Oak, isa ot nor found within thIe State of PioraIs,
vaisitingher aunt, Mrs J. T. leMillbn nor have voluntarily entered their mp-
forafew deys .pearatice herein, aud that the Knicker-
for a few d lockerr Trust Company i1 a resident amd
Hon. W. A. Strickland aid son, plague citizen of the State of New York and re-
Strickland, were among the a:lLeors to sides In the City of 'New York, there
the city Satutrday. having a principal office, anid that James
K. Whittaker mis a resident aud citizen o0
Fletcher Cromwell, who-has been quite thteState of New York ad rides in the
sick with typhoid fever for- several weeks city of New York, and has a place of bus-
is tow improving. inese at West 36th Street, aud i above
Sthe age of twenty-one years; it is there.
Mrs, Juo, Quinlan and two daughters fore ordered that ald 'non-resident de-
and nephew, of High Springs, visited fendinta, Kqickerbocker Trust Company
this city Saturday. end James K. Whittaker, be and they the
said Knickerbocker Trust Company and
Miss. Ua Taylpr of Tallahassee spent Japses K. Whittaker are hereby ordered
several days in .the city recently the guest and required to appeal to the Bill of Comn
of Mrs. Rachel Halle. plaint led in the asad cause on or before
Monday, tile 4th day of July, A. D. 1904,
Tom McCarroll left Sunday for New otherwise the allegations oi melaid bill wili
Orleans where he has a good shltutions In be taken as confessed by aid defendants.
the government service. It is further ordered that this order be
te government service. ubiled once a week for four consecn-
Major. J. 0.. Andrewa left Sunday for l{ve weeks Iu the Gainesville Star, a
New Orleams; Before returning he will newspaper published In said County and
upend several weeks in Cuba. State
MiUs Maggie lleleTAylor, after a week LSEAL, H. C. DanTo1,
spent with hebar patents tt thldiity, re Clerk of the Ulreuit Court.
turned to Jacksbtiville Sunday.. By S. H. Wienges,
St Deputy Clerk,
Be careful how you throw decayingR tate of Plorlda, epu
nmelons and other vegetable matter out County of Alchus,
the back way to produce fever. This is to certify that the above and
foregoing is a correct copy of the original
Miss TUlte Cook who tor several' os file in this office.
months has been in New York return-d Witnesis m hlanid and seal the lnay and
to her home in this city Sunday., dlte afore'said ti C. I enton.
A [sl,..] C erk nf the Cat-nitJ.'ourt.
J. G. erraild, representing tles New i er 1. II W\ieni,' I'. ..
Hliomie sos a ig Maclineir Coasptnrv, "' -
yester.lay for points south, in the liter.-st .i "" mil 'i a(e
of his coilipinmly. r ms : ,i l air. ) 'rr ,.n,' s ,v'.-i .
Messes Tilo4. '. anl ;r'ei' Lhair-. .imi, ;ra, sl I is I'ln.ak l aatnii..
Stihlm'er or i" 'iv'hCm ls.-i far s' e i's l
two pronainest citizens ,f Ot)i lTou, i "me 1.. i ,l-cr pti1an am' lo be1 t prices,'yette county, were business visitors terms, etc. I can fmild you a lhu>er.
to the city PFriday., a'femiINAanD BAVAX,
Mr. W. E. Morrison, of Hawthorn hbs aFeb m Attorneyst
ordered his paptt, the STAi-saeut to Inm
at Orange Springs, where he ia attend. .
Ing. the summer normal,.
JU.A.AMamultsby, the CampVlHle bickt '.,
matutta iten., and one of the county'
cotoat .r#ft eollaes, was tnnMtien|tiig I fl
bsa fiUt ithe city yesterday. ;

loWtO tifutm.arp' spend b aI while
gt*.' h her iste r, Mrs. J. R, 'U d t fjjg
lt 2ked a se .aturday. Il
Abot twasty Afre persons from this U
ity, ttoob a4i~~aqf f.. t4 e heap rates to
WfAp apritgs .qtgd Tbhey report
)bavdgh>wl*adeudp#(at CbmnARiv

The Celebrated Neo York iC

Will VisitalGinevill,.
We nefd a 4aT4 Traanday, -
**/*I^ Ba tpupsU*ms

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Powr eloe o< MF.
dered on the 7
by Honorable J. j t a"
Circuit Court for the -Il S
Circuit of Florida, In AWP
county, In a certain cauest
on the Chlancery mide of
wherein I,. C..Oracy. Is0 g
and T. II. Wideman Is Den l
l'ediand Bayer, as Special
appointment of the Court, will
public outcry before the court house
iu the city of Gainesville, in A!
county, Florida, on Monday, the 4th
of July. A, D. 1904, between the I'
hours of sale, to the highest and best
der therefore, all the to)lowinic deacribed
piece, parcel or tract of land in Alachbw.s
county, Florida, and described as ten.
acres, situated, lying and being in the
south-west corner of the smuth
quarter of the north-west quarter of *.
tion two (2), Township a eight (8) t
of Range seventeen (i7) GaL i ""..
sng ten (io) acres. Together witt..
and singular the tenements, bcwdkbe'-'.
menta and appurtenances to the m 'ew b r'.
longing or in anywise appertaining. atA
property to be sold as the propertyof te
si. H T Wideman he De indttvT4'
herein to pay said Decree.
Special Master in Chancery.
W. H. PAL ,ua,
Complainant's Solicitor. ,
Notice of application. f w Ta .,
.der Section of chapterr 4M"48
I' borida.
Notice Is hereby given th W
Thumas purchaser of. tax euu.4t= ,
10I, dated the and day -. I.
19Wa, has filed said certluatttis IA
and has made application lot ta
issue in accordance with law.
ttficate embraces the following
Property situated in Alachua o*anm t
lortda, to-wit: Lot 9, Block 27, BrU
adtii so Gainesville. The id .h1 a l '
begisg i at the date of the Ipawa ne.. '
of mach I tlpsto In the uspmsqo_ ThM, '
Deas. Ualm tt d certiiest all bre -
deemed accotto law tx deed will
issue thereon on te llth day of July. A.
D. 1904, "" *i
Witness my official almpature and 0 :',
this the 9th day of June, A. D6 14. '.i'
[seAL.] H. C. DawtOm ,N
Clerk Circuit Court Alca ch untys T"
Florida. Per S. H. Wiege*, D. C. ,
Notice ia hereby given that at tW t,
Spring Term, A. D. goa, df the Circ u t
Court, of the then 1ifth Judiscial tc n
of the State of Florida, as and f.r 9
county of Alachua, I the aner
waa tried and convicted for The Sa.
amault with Intent to marr,
sentenced to the Pniltentiary f..- '%
court than presiding.
I intend to aply to the H@nUbh,.ti'y
State Boid of d td*oI, for t a '.

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~ ALA,. .- ,Om:

a6t getamattle at e

Excursion Stean r th 2,000 Souta

on Board, Destroyed by Fire In

Passage-up East River.
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FRICUTEJH H OR O xrt k hurricane deck
FRIGHTFUL "RR 0I 4r :i:osttouffocatlon.'It
':. lq hr'.tOAdreds had rushed tor
M d ,- fl holing to escape the terrific
S., tp o( flames that were sweeplanl
Men, Women and Children dsek.
S/ K .i. P o, e Friomme r a crash, a dreadful noise
S i Pants, Leap From t plants and stifled screams
1 Flame-Swept Deoks of and. indescribable woe--th
fsat deok with Its hundreds had col-
to Meet Death lkpsed and all gone down into the
Meeting furnace below.
in Raging The Bre Is said to have broken out
Water. -i la lunch room on tbe forward deck
through the overtuthing bf a pot of
grease. The wind was high and all et-
One of the most appalling ilsaIterfs fortes to subdue the fire were futile.
At 134th street there are several
In the history of New York, tragic In lumber yards and oil tanks, and as
Its Immensity, dramatic in its episodes Captain Van Schalik, In command of
anji deeply pathetic In the tender ago the General Blocum, started to turn
d oply pathets ict i the tender a o his vessel Awards the shore there, he
Wof meet of Its victims, took place was warped that It.would set fire to
Wednesday morning in the last river the tluber and oil, and so he changed
at the entrance to the Long Islind his course for North Bmrothers Iland,
soqnd, within a short distance of New one of thq twin Islands near the en-
TO'' Tr shore an i within sight f tho> trance to the sound, some half a mile
S orki y oreaon, within might of th away, where the boat partially burn.
T and" ao persons, the majority of ed, was beached,
o***a woe powerless to minimize the She sank near this plate at I2:2g
,' ttat of the e&tastrophe. o'clock, two houts and 2& tMinutes at'
The three decked excurshian steam- ter the fire was fitst discovtrI.
.T7" OrGbbral Bocum, with nearly two When the polloi headquarters re-
thottsand people aboard, caught fire ceived the first vague report dt the dis-
Si i Hell Gate, off 185th street, an4' astt every source of suooor and aid
burned to the water's edge. wap utillsed. The hospitals wete no-
The flames burst through the Jeeks tited by telephone and each sent all
f rom the lower bold with 'such furf asyfable surgeons, nurses and ambu-
that before the steamer could be turn- ltaees to the scene.
Ii Ito the shore and beached aix hen.. The police reserves of a halt dosen
drll and fifty people had lost their stations were hurried out and -more
119.0 ^than fifty patrol wagons were M.t fto
;, .-'.' wtt 'the diseoisry of fire ambulance purposes.
,. .tbe Vpaelerp, eotalsiting fNorth Brothers Island, whOt tIhi
oft waoen and children, SioumI was beached, ll occupied by
OI N 1eled .with Daosb. The scream. nmlvalsoll oberity hospitals and a con-
S asg Dpaeasgers rushed to the rail 0ad elderable number of physicians and
plunged overboard, others Bed. to the nuftse were Immediately available.
e .nd of the vessel, were caught& by the Many of those picked Utp tllve lb
''. 1amq and consumed: still others the river will dife.
',SItod rivnted in their tracks, going tvIry man ok boardd who could
i4tfl0 death 'when the Immense hur swi o.verboa loaded down"
S tale deck collapsed and fell intn the with ethildren,. Maty of these lost
thing flames, their lives because, burdened as they
P. luo scone* of horror even stalger were, they could make no headway
the lmnataaitlon; they cannot be de- against the overpowering swirl of the
,. B a r t tide as It rushed from the East river
AO the Dlames roared through the Into the sound.
alt.i t, women and whichldren, crying Up to Wednesday night four hun-
itneutslvy for help, which none could dred and forty-seven bodlea had been
reader, either jumped headlong into recovered and divers were still at
the water or were consumed by the work taking bodies from the hold of
who were rescued reac he tesmer. The remainS otf many, er- who were rescued reached sons who leaped Into the river have
-'hore Insane, mothers crying in vain not yet beep found4and It will be some
f' or. their children; children calling to time before ihe, list of deati Is atby
Their psarets whose bodies were at t where ef tcoftblete.
btUttom of the river or In ashes la 'ths dksheral Blocum lelt third
.... titahan blip. street. Mast River, at : 80 o'clock Wed-
b hs fough1Ather. believing nisday imoraing, having on board the
".. th1 eMlidrea i alnden te' -by annual lishday school excursalon of
sP e -M wrappp4 In flaMs SBt. Mark's German Lutheran Church,
gt 0 061frt .ely to locpted in Sixth street. Her destina-
bbhl k lntolthq, auldran. th on was Locust Grove, one of the
i Qhldren, Uliawttepsw alc. their. many resgris on Long Island Sound.
I whte fteaeE ta de w'tbR'by the wall The excursion was in charge of the
Se; of moke, peered Into the faces of eye- Rev. George C. Haas, pastor of the
S witnesss, who were pewerleas to aid church.
., them. The vessel was commanded by Cap
Ifere and there a scream would mark tan Weilllam Van Schalk, one of the
the death of some unfortunate who had best known extursion boat captains
been licked up In the flro. in New York harbor. He has com-
-Now and then it pitiful, heart.break- minded the General Slocum for al-
'lag cry of terror rent the pthdemo- most the entire time since she was
Inlual as a mother saw her child fed built, in 1891. The number of ex-
curalonilts on board Is varlouily estl-
wildly Insane, people rushed Iro m mkted at from 1,500 to 2,000. but ac-
a;4. to ald* of the Ill fated ship, some sordjlc to a t omiclal statement is-
I arafleg others cursing as the heat ud4 .b the Knieterboeeker Stem-
I''rew momentarily more Intense aid ship oompasy, owners of the Slocum,
._ t yIn*j the number of passengerss was 3S.
-;* MANY OOMMITTp ICGOIEQI. that belng ,ac-third of the vmosels II-
r sq co admitted dealberAtt 'uIoloe sensed catditTy.
,,they realized all hope was gone. Durln~t it' am.-enveloped run to
tLr gers, seeing the $fl&miet North Brothers Island the General 81o.
nearer, deliberately 'eled nm'l whistles kept blowing fWo assist-
thil' disy height lute the rkglng l*ee, bot before the whistle began
t below, knowing there was no to blow several tugs, the captains
Ikthfor them there, but preferring of which had seen the outbreak of the
01 to cremation, fire, started after the vessel. Joined by
1L'tAdl-^y came with such awful a yacht, while row boats putt out form
Ina iesa there was no warning to the shore. The number of these crafts
oHte, A moment before the ery of constantly grew and not the least
*Wel," the steamer echoed with the dramatic incidents of the catastrophe
S"lf'er of children and the merary were the efforts of the people on these
4hetat' ot the party. boata to regope those who had jumpd
i Th e fire was Brnt discovered at overboard from the burnlnig vessel.
lIRi street. The flames came with Men rowded to the rills of the tlps
4'nst. 1 dInom witnessed for fury and and caught up the drowning perIno,
U .fl tiae *There was not a moment as they were borne by the current.
t. 'tigt( about the ship. There were many thrilling rescues by
At the nrst outcry of alarm, men this means.
4'..- women sprang to the rail, looked Captain Van Schulk and his two
o' moment at the moeae of Indeacriha- plots, outward Van Wart and 3. N.
'fo peril behind, lMIltWrt Jumped Into Weaver, have been arrested.
i,.e Wter. At midnight the casualtiUes were es-
When the steamer had reached tlmate4 s follows: Known dead. 650;
street, passengers ere leaping Injured In variousl hospitals, 800; oth-.
..board by the scert and a moment ers saved, DOO; number unaccounted
tyIr' the hundreds, fort, 4t6.


Meets In An"tanl geesIon at Rome and
Is Royally Wiloemqd
The eGorgl Ftde tou of labor.
was galed to ordor at the mourt honse
tt Rome Wedawksita morainag by Hon.
Nit HIrinL o. Rom% altar whblsh a
itrirnS ad esof woeloodme wa de-
iveredr t R lated Smith.
TI t .t the ttotmaag pfter'
mooa sai' ;im|t melons *s aattly el
4u4tiK asbr . .

r; '.OW "L#.b ts and'

if 0.&*-too
.atOe AT40k .rs-

Woods was a deacon In his chruch
and a ptous old man. It iS said he dts-
covered a number of angroes gambling
and threatened that he would report
them to the grand jury. Afterwards.
the church was burned down, and twq.
days later, while plowrag in the fBold,
he was selsed and strung up to a tree.



Confederate Vete.rnse leet .e-re
and 4! S10I.. o Lotletlille as ,
NPlat P 't4f Meeting.

At Nlalvuile. Wednesday. the Con.
e.94rat veterans elected the follow-
ili oleoers:
Commander In' Chief--Ieuteunnt
General Stephen D. Lee, of Columbus,
Commander of the Department of
Northern Virgalat--General C. Irvine
Walker, of Greenville, 8. C0.!"
Commander of the Department of
Tenneae--GeIeral 'Clement A.I -B -
ans, Atlanta. (Ia.
Commander of the Trans-Misslasippl
Department---General W. L. Cabell, of.
Dallas, Texas. .
When the convention met Bishop 0.
P. Fitzgerald. of Nashvillle. Invoked
divine blessing upon the ainemblage.
The report of the omimmisslon -on cr6-
dentials showing the representations
from each state was read abd adopted.
Chaplain. General Jones read the re-
port of the board of trustees of the
Battle Abbey. The report dealt with
the financial condition of the abbey
and the Underwood suit was subatan-
tially as given out by the committee
Monday night General Clement A.
Ifvans, of Georgia, read the report of
the historical committee. The report
said the south was now assured of
fair treatment In the history and that
the youth of the country whuld not
grow i u under a false-Imprlssloti. 1e4
congratulated the people of the south
upon those achievements.
A sweet-voiced young woman of Nor-
folk, Vi., Misa Mary K. Dwell, maid of
honor for the south, by her singing of
"My Old Kentucky Home," won for
Loulsville the reunion next year. ft
waa after the old veterans had chosen
Lieutenant Qeaeral Stephen D. I'ee as
their commander In chief, and had lis-
tened to a stirring speech by Colonel
Bennett H. Young, of Kentucky, ex-
tolling the beauties, capability and hos-
pitality of his home city and people,
and their desire to entertain the fol-
lowers of the Stars and Bars, that Miss
well was escorted to the front of thb
stag& HI4 bitce thfilled thtb gFait
ct0wd that filled the tabernacle, and
the last note of the famous song had
barely left her lips when the conven-
tion went wild with shouts of "Louis-
villet" '"Loulsville!" Seconding
speeches were tapnecessary, although
General Lee graclouply permitted one
from a Vikginia delegate, and another
from Kentuecky before recording the
choice of the veterans as unanimous.
The date will be determined later.
The veterans, In addition to electing
officers, disposed of a vast amount of
routine business.
'The report of Adjutant General
SMickle. which was adopted, shows that
since the last reunion charters have
been Issued to forty new camps, mak-
Ing the total 1.583.
When General Miokle took charge
the first of ast year, the organization
had debts of $2.875.
t1letitisl MIckle's predecessor had
borrowed money to pay most of the
debts on his own personal sect rity.
This indebtedness has been cut down
to $750 during the year. The expenses
for the year yere $5,662.
The Women's Monument Assocla-
tion was Instructed by the veterans to
turn over all funds to the Sons of
Veterans, who will complete the work
of erecting a monument to the women
of the south.
At noon the regular business of the
conventlo nwas set aside for the me-
morial seiaxlce, at which Judge Thom-
as O. Jones, of Montgomery, was the
orator. All the departed heroes of
the confederacy were referred to by
several speakers, but General John B.
Gordon, the last great figure to pass
Into the Invisible beyond, was made
the occasIlon of special tribute.


Prevented from Running Onto Burn-
ing Bridge by Pettloest Plag.
The Bouthern railway's bridge over
Broad river, on the 8spartanburg and
Asheville river, about 70 miles north
of Columbia, S. Cc was partially burn-
ed at 6 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Passenger train No. 9, northbound,
was saved from running onto the
bridge by a negro who signaled, with a
red petticoat.


Nelgro Gamblere Wreak Vengeance on
Harmless Old Man.
A negro by the name of Jonah
Woods, who lived In the county near
texas Court Grounds, In Heard coOee.
ty. Gs., has been lynched by other ae-

square. Scearco -nad struck a small
white boy. The court decided that
the boy's mother take the boy to the
public square and give him- ltwnty
lashes with a buggy whip. The moth.
er, In ths presence of a large crowd,
administered the punishment as dl-



:A0 Hope Now for gtelif of
Port Arthur.


rha Jspi Lost a Thousand Men While
Russian Casulttlse Were Five
Htu dred Killed and three
Hundred Prisoners.

Advices from Toklo state that the
Russian hope of relieving the pressure
an Port Arthur by threatening the
rear of General Oku, the comenander
of the Japanese- forces Inventing the
Russian stronghold, came to an end
Wednesday at Tellissu, a point on the
railroad 50 miles north of Kin-Chou
and 25 miles north of Vafangou, when
the Rtisilans were outmaneuvered, en-
veloped and sweepingly defeated.
They left over 600 dead on the field
and the Japanese captured 300 prison-
ers and fourteen quick-firing field
guns. The Russians retreated hastily
to the northward.
The Japanqae charge that time Rus-
slans violated the Japanone flag. Cer-
tain officers Evor that during the fight-
ing a body of Rusian soldiers appear-
ed carrying a Japanese flag, and that
the Japanesei artillery, deceived by
the flag. ceased firing upon thai par-
ticular body of Russians. Official dis-
patches from the Japanese command-
ers made specifle charges of this flag
Marly estimates of the
losses at Tollasn say that 1,000 men
were killed or wounded. The Japan-
ese attacking forco was divided Into
right ana left columns and began the
advance on Tuesday along both sides
of this railroad. They encountered the
Russians east of Vafangou and drove
them back. At a late hour In the af-
ternoon the Russians held a line be-
tween Lung-Wang-Llao and 'Ta-Pang-
,Chehg. The Japanese artillery open-
'ed on this line and the Russlans tre-
The shelling continued for two
'hours,.and It was followed by the ad-
vance of the Japanese line to a poal-
tlon, extending from Lung-Chla-Tung
to Yu-Hotun. Darkness put an end
'to the fighting. The Japanese dis-
Tpatched a column to the westward to-
ward Pu-Chau for the purpose of cov-
*ering the Russian right wing and to
'protect their left and rear.
During the night it became apparent
That the Russians were being rein-
Iforced, and It was decided to make a
general attack In the morning and
force the Russians into a defile back
lof Tellssu.
When morning came it. was discov-
ered that the ,Russians held a line
extending from Ta-Fang-Shen to
Cheng-Tsu-Shan with a force estlmat-
'ed aL over two divisions.
While the main Japanese force was
moving north along the railroad, col-
umns were swung to the left and to
'the right, and finally converged at
noon on the main Russian position.
The Russians in this position were at
a disadvantage, but they held it until
3 o'clock in the afternoon. At this
'hour they were routed. The cavalry
continued to pursue the enemy and
probdhly Inflicted considerable punish-
The Japanese commander niaken no
estimates of the Rlissian losses. but
says they probably were great.


Alabama Mine Workers Refuse to Aid
Their Brothers In Colorado.
At Wednesday's session of the Uni
ted Mine Workers of America, district
of Alabama, at Birmingham, a resolu-
tion was offered authorizing a repre-
sentative of the Colorado miners now
In the district to solloit financial alt
for the Colorado miners from among
the miners. A member, who has re-
cently been In Colorado, opposed the
adoption of the resolution, saying that
from present Indications the Alabama
miln rs might soon need all their
available funds at home. On this
statement tho resolution was defeated.


Kentucky Judge Forces Colored Wo-
man to Lash Wayward Sorn.
At Lexington. Ky., Monday, Police
Judge John J. Riley revived the old
whippIang-post regime when he sentenc-
ed Simon Scearce, a 16-yearold negro
lad. to be whipped in the publlC

Bandit Increases Terms of Ransom of
Kidnapped Prisonera.
The state departmoE.t -a k'rikcelved
the following ntler date of Wedlnos
day by cable froai. Mr. Ounmere, the
American cc: snil general at Tangier:
"As reported yesterday. Ralsull has
Increased his demands. I am inform-
ed today by the nilnister of foreign
affairs that one of the shetks antl two
of his brothers, whosi apprehenslici
were demanded by Ralaull. has been
arrested; alrb that a (eurier lias hect
dispatchcdl this morning to Ralsuit to
say that his further demands will very
probably be granted by the Moroccan
government If the captives are re


Closing Feature of Reunion of Old
Confederates in Nashville.
A Nashville dispach says: The rem-
nants of the south's once great army
honored the people of Nashville and
their thousands of guests Thursday
by a parade through the principal bus.
Inese streets.
It was the featiiro o(f ilth elos.'ig
day of the reunion. anid the cheet.,
which greeted the heroes as they
marched through streets dense with
humanity, plainly told of the place
they still holdl In the hearts of the
southern people.


Presiding Elder Foote Suspended for
Alleged Intoxication.
Rev. W. R. Ftoote, preslding elder
of the Rome. a., district of the North
Georgia Conference, has been suspend.
ed from his work until the next Annual
Conference which meets la Marietta
on November 28, 1904.
His suspension arises over rumors
that on a given date this spring Mr.
Foote was intoxicated In the city of
Rome. This news wil a comn-
plete surprise to -his friends every-
where, and it is undeniable that he
Is a man of Immense popularity.


savannah People suspect Lose of Atress Arraigned on Prelimanary
teamship City of Memphis. Trial ror Murder of Young. Mulrer of Hall Takes to Mountain
A report received In Savannah that At New York Tuesday. Nan Patter d, ,. pdi'Pls AutboerHipie
the observer L Cape Henry haJ dis- on, the former actress. 'sIgnin JT k iM titk..Iasr-r ef z. T. Hall.
Sovered wr kage I lin that oe whom an indletment for murder 'a.he has been 'located ln the fasnasesses of
dsaster had be fllen one tof the ves- first dgree In connection with tbhe Rf, nma.tain .q 'the a.r part of
~mao f tceaode.n S 'teamahhip an -9i was 'returned by the grand jury, On-' sufolent to last a week and is heavily
amocgete .. nch eoopnsoughtherrin-eato o, a t PiGS of not guilty before iltdge armed with a big supply. o# ammutlu .
among.he........thu h l -, NwhnrIw in the court of -general Ute. De is said to be a bslf-wittnd
felt nof tll mpany sad that they follow of a desperate character. He
et no worn aeter to be take a live.

Oeammte ef p la peIM|a Meet Unusual Tragedy Qs rtis .ittle Ale-. -e-
"' Atte. Sr 33--" t blams Tmwst--n-e neParticulars. bectarpy CoetblylM Takea a Hand in
SA arlt t i oi lliday a whit wotea. was Gental lteeum Disasater.
gla lte- IWt ploMt t. ilUlel. by Addle ielmthI, a .egro girl. A Wtahingtl dlspatch says: &
Meslyerwasa t Jsic
Qeiaape*&liitewaa ^ Meadhy night at Veaphagoka his. 'rIgt- 'nb m^ tsj f
thats e Pe ae ac loewnab. at Npotasiga, a rItary COrtSRy' of the*dslrmeht p1
to R north M oatnoaerv. A eaomeren 0 ab Onr. te e vJW U s
a* the sosf a S"A 0fl M4IC. 4%JW*^O

history of thint Inlstlituilun.
-Bishop Gallor, of Tennessee, deliv-
ered the baccalaureate address at the
I'niversity of Georgia.
-Curtis, after making one degree in
the order of Knights of Pythlas, do-
mands his money back.
-A new mining camp will be opened
In New Mexico to receive the deported
union miners from Cripple Creek. The
Western Federation of Miners will
work the clalns on a cooperative
-Premidont Woodrow Wilson deliv.
eedl the baccalnaureate sermon at
Primnceton College at tihe request of the
students, the first time this honor has
been conferred on a layman.
-I-n New York Sunday thirty fire-
men were temporarily overcome by
tobacco smoke, and the fumes from
alcohol, while fighting a fire in Holtr
cafe in Broadway.
-At Canton, Ohio, Sunday, whites
and blacks mixed In a race riot. All
negroes seen are being arrested and
i lynching Is feared.
- -The department of agriculture, at
Washlngton, has Issued a report on
"Plant Diseases In 1913." showing the
loss from the various pestiL
-Governor Dlavis, of Arkansas, is
hanged In effigy at Rector. in that
-At Manchester there was consld-
erable Inquiry for cloth during the
past week. but only a small portion
of it was practicable. South Amer-
Ica and the levant have taken small
parcels, but shippers are cautious.
-L'Etolle de Panama, the French
newspaper which has been published
at Panama since the organization of.
the old Panama Canal Company, war
sasued for the last time Sunday morn.
Ing. I
-Kulntano Ein has been elected
president of the Argentine Republic.
Figueroa Aleorta han been chosen
rice president.
-Jose Pardo has neen elected pres-
Ident of Peru.
-The levee broke at Hannaberry,
wenty miles below Pine Bluff, Ark.,
Friday, causing more than 3.000 acres
at cotton land to be overflowed.
-J. Morgan Smith, brother in lasw
8f Mrs. Van Patterson. and Harry
rank, bartender, who saw Mrs.. Pat-
Lerson and Caesar Young together.
are badly wanted by the New York
-Attorney Oener'al Knox Is. ap-
pointed by Governor Pennypacker, of
Pennsylvanla. to the seat made va-
cant by the death of the late Senator
M. B. Quay.
--I4taor tMcLae. of Baklmore, eOm,
sit8 suicide by hootLing hmselU
with piltol. Ortictisms of pItical op-
pewents. and wormr over the rehutld.
Iag of the burned district are asslga.
ed as itlne cause for the deed.
--' h Preach government hbao' ea
4d the arrest sf oeliee wio wa
aess Vl, the tWU Wt ablr

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Two Transports Are Caught by I Pl- F
"ingI Worehip of Russians and t4
Q- oekly pgt to the Mad. -rlef Su umm r of f Ot

A special fom Tokle ays: All important tvnit
doubt as to the sinking of the trans of sch 'Day.
ports llatchl ana Sado by the Ru-
slams have been removed. Three hun -The fourteenth annual enscamp-
dred and flfty-three surylvors of th' meant of the Confederate veterans be-
Badeo hv artled a't Kokura. ~an in Nashville, Tena., Tuesday.
Details of the destruction df IlIe. -Alabama miners' representatives
two transporlmt and the full extent hold annual wage scale convention at
of the casuaitlem aro not ohtainable. BirminghSm.
It Is reported that the Iransporis -Republicans of Mississippi are dl-.
Hla~l and Bad carrled' only j.4? pleased over thae fact that President
HaAl ado carried only 1,4 Roosevelt has turned do*a a number
men. If this Is trIe the loss of lives of parly men and named demAocrats
probably i1 less 1 han one thouanil. ifor dealrable places.
The transports, however. had man. I --A negro has been named for asa-
horses and large quaniltois tl of p- distant postmaster at Charlotte, N. 0.
le onsurvivors rport tha --It Is said that John .D. Rockefeller
and HItachl were sportnk byha pedo. is planning a combine of 8li the main-
Letails obtainable iroum ihe surv eral properties n Ihe United Staon, notes.
ors of the Ill-fated Japanese transport. -Rev. Willanii C. Richardsotn, ol
show that the Hitachi and Sado met Philadelphia, in a sermon, denounced
three Russlan warships near Oldki is' t manner in which Attorney aenerali
land at 10 o'clock Weduesday mrn- Knox got Into the United States sen.
leg. The Russians fired on the .lap ale.
anese shills and stopped themr and --Nan Patterron, the actress, as
soon afterward they torpedoeld anl betn Indicted by a New York grand
sunk the helpless t.ranspi's. Th,, jury for the murder of Bookmaker
captain of the Bado anid several othei Iolonjg.
men were captured Onue hundred -Negro at Loulavlhle, Ky., saves the
men escaped in the ,ioai- and landed 11es of General and dirs. Simon Boltl
at Kokura. Tho Iran-larti Issint Is var Buckner by catching lrldle of run-
still lssintig. away horses.
The transport Hli". which lias rv- -An Internatlonal women's congress
turned dtb Moji. reports that she on- in sessielon at Berlin.
countered the HRuslan %'lailvlo rated the
squadron att11-20 at.all. edalfsdav -Morocco has granted the terms eo
squadron at 11:20 a>. *n. e sd*ay the band, stlid Pertcarls and Varley
morning twenty mille west of of the i ol i released
island of Bhiro, of tl. Wki group The is be released
transports Hilachi a .I.I S.. were seen -Russian councili of empire has ap
two miles to the we t.,ard. Thie proved the bill for the repeal of the
weather was loggy aitI il, ,sn calm. lsw t under which Jews are forbidden to
When the Hino sighted tr Ruseslatl teelde within 32 miles of the frontier.
fleet she ttirned, ran ann silgnlalei i\ -It Is reported that Russians movI
warning to the Kanar.aa and they lig to the releft of Port Arthur were
both took refuge luside ti.e Jsland decoyed Into a trap by the Japanese
Chlyt. Both signaled danger to the nnd annihilated.
Ibu, which also escaped. Tho Hino -Michael Davltt. now ill Russia, re-
saw the Hitachi and the Sado nir Ilports that the stories that the war Is
rounded by Russian veasels. popularr are false. .He says the
masses are confident that Russia will
biG 1 t0ORM HIT8 CUBA. win.
-A FChiine.e spy who hsj ou caped
Village Deatoyed andt Forty-five Peo- front Port Arthilr reports that provia
pie Known tq Be Oaida t0ns ill the town will be exhausted In
A dispatch from Santiago., utba. iwo months. The ibeleagueru I RuslDans
says: The worst storm of a decade e 1 a r reported 10 be gloomy.
gan Friday and culminaited Monday -inquirlry into the affairs of the
night in 14 Inches of rain which fell Augusta, Ga., debenture company sl
In five hours, accompanilei by a hurrli being made, and searching questions
cane. Thle lower village of iEl Cubre are asked of the officers.
has been destroyed. Forty five r ug are marry-
sons are known to be dead and scores -Augusta. a ,negroesl ae marry-
are missing. Bodies are ttoating In ing in large numbers, selling their
the Cobre river, property to ibuy licenses, the result
Twenty bodies have been recovered of Justice Bench's crusade.
by boats patrolling the bay. All thie -Divorces In North Carolina are
bridges on the Cobre railway are out, being fought by almost all the relig-
and many bridges have bhen loAt on loans denomolnations, as 70 per cent of
the Cuba railway, those divorced remarry In a short
HONORING RAISULI'S DEMAND. -Young women win highest honors
-- at Vandorbllt for the first time In the

Mxsees eo Dolnors.
Trpe orert-rowded tondiaid If 'lfr
medlc-ii prufeission In (Gertlain 'rv
yearly. worse. but Ia Puitse of o l'
gloomy outlook the nuailer of tINi1llI1
stuidleniis entering upon mdindal i'k
constantly increases, according Io tail'
ted States Consul Moniaghbanl il 't'IhIs
ilts. Thero are now 29,200 do-loi' iII
Germany. This is twice the iinuilie*'
found In 1870. Hsnce the inires,'"
liS out of all proportion to the iit-ri'"-
lIn lpultlloir. In lurger titles stAI-M '
tics show that there is cou dot-i-' fOl
eu ry 800 luhabltanits.. This fisct L'
plains whiy in Berlin forty-six per i-111.
of all doctors have a taxable Incomn
between $214 and $714. thirteen per
cent. have an uncerialn lincomen. laid
five per cent. have nome taxable tino'1
at all. In the (erman legal iel''"
slon, on the other hand, eighty l '
cent. have an Income over $23-'* 1i
is estimated that the total exi'nIiF" ,f
study 'for the medleal profeson '1 ,"
Germany, plum the eutlays In ihe rs-
tabllshment ot a doctor's office nutd thi
development of a fair practice, is f"0r7:
$5950 to $7140.
For the relief of these eondiitumP I h"'
German Assoclation of Physicians ita'
established a bureau of. Information rt
.Hamburg to find remunerative p1sreo
for German doctors abroad. I;ermin
eonsule have been requested to .Id Id
this exportation by reporting egood
opportunitlete for mddticl men t locate
SIn other uasdo,
rev Dega' .1 elt -
ntat'lstlcs celllctd in GerilasoY ti1
shewn thst twentYv-eight per rat. '
the aeildents a ftuse4 by insrhiney
u"se roe indutlr4il,.:Cp Mies, such as
ianufacturlag w6e11 *ono deftI I.a
the maclaset ana' '0lack oeg proper
mfegnrds. On the "tier baud. o0

tlesble 4* -dbui',. Acc'dX"f
ly, there is' a a t tth r o of aiS
,tbro to all.or
3a207d Nafefo" ii ,r' lie oil Com
S 1001.


aent Between Ruselans 'ard I
In the Korean Straits.
ti p tO The Central News
i k Tokle o filed Wednesday a
i i ke a naval enseemeat i p

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I 11 g4ij Aims.rt.T.. mr Nt ine ,t u
lien DUl es INatnral (nuse..
M., dtehlikoff. of llift I'stN. lil4q.
lute, Paris, has written a IlL ,,s. *n
Nature of Maln," dcallug will IiJ, in.
vestiatlgos asl to life. vli l1age a
death. Wkilea death l l tii.ars Mrl
Metchntkoff Imele tliat UnE ,i' le t
iu a wulllou die a n natural death. The
familiar proposition, "All nit-i tre mur.
MI,u" seems, Jndeed, to lin InYestigatioL ct neIttiie flnad it I 'II lit
prove absolutely but nSlllin lii ono U,
luay, Its truth, whatt 'ieim.Le i-n din t.
M. Metchtlkoff intitendil, 'tlfirely L
revolutloiiB the coudirloln iof ,old age.
Old age should -be a phliioflCIu 1 |l NleN
it is How a paitkolosical 111 II I' dibel-e.
What this state counsist, of It lIropljy.
hbe proi:aiUlre ataophy.. M.. le.- linlkuiky
holds--<'r the Iglptihr Inld speli- in,1,1,1
cells, especially thos, F i li'aiRinl. lip
Sets out to pi'ovl-t14 .t tanJr,.
If. Metchulkoff' I l i .. .1
the phagocytes, ihto-U -',,iilil ; n.vil
of liuaitt habodies th:I I '-hlit .i iA,..
side In the "vurltaljl 1I Ill l rng
in tle tn-Inermriost r I -.. of .ir.r It)it g:;'
anllid l-ioAe App 'ini fltll.;il *Ill lit ie-
ulrIInlcol I n i' lul I ) lli.-' I th lint at
a give perllod In tli.- .I;r of i;.i .i nl
anall tile plagol'.vi' i. 'r,' ; i ,i1.> Ie.
cuuse. leC iuplllY (f ( i. '.-. I. ,) ln it.
w nnlle, lilr'lrly it r.l -Hi l ,<.r Ills
tliu wl Ir "P 1'1 i :n'- -1" t11

old ngp la mt inily 11"-.. .l1i i>e*ii li,.
Ing Ialtadedl awl l l 'A t I ic
It is coucclvtlle ihl in it .1 ry
d is ta n t fu t u re ill" i jii i' i 'I -*' ,1
lmay, by strlonle thelilli'j. Ih1 lii .1 L ril,.
lions of the body., I'.-ivrA ili' .io 10-
logical chliaracter of old It. 1, iiiuP,-
ological o011i, iand prot v g iit" ,'. 1i.'.
to nll extent ailiot iai:1'',ll'l" "1 'tr
present day. Poshbl ,l,. S-. ilth re.
moval of t he ttollc1l, wllh ":- I. Itil-l
robes perform lihair 11111- .' 'aly
tricks and wht-hh origani> wii i
paordiilurly newd.. 1 1i'nliu V
M etcheli koff, o nill lt Ies iI i,. "I
life. Theii thie lorin IIl ni I c' ,.n1
would hecoluoe, M. .Mi illii.nft" .' '
puntes, not less than 140) y'vin'
(oulit l liitun life. ar11I"o 1 1- M I i
nilkoff, be prolonged i Ios Ilt ini.:nii t-i
slologleal period., hilllin llyv nsilli I
set free frotu tlie fretn of iImli. I, rli
arlses from a really iinnliiur.9i *wri'l
ing of life. Deittli wVu' ill i p|i'.i'r u-
inucli a phiysl lo gie 'nl fiat liii I -' ;,n ';
the harlioniious as a lly )llier ilinlNe .I
fie orgatilistu'i existt-no';f llit -h mi'reB i:'
detlh would come In Ililn' I t'tie or
itlt i t n jpo it tileoui sly :n til l '" 'le ir"-
of life III youth or inaturlit..- l'jit
Mali Whl Oalned NotllillK a ro a T'rill.
The death of Henry M.. MIltniny takes
front the world praelically tihn l"St of
the great explorers. Euroiienn ira-ilitl
companies barber were he found Ir.
iJgstone. and tile route "'IhrlinlI :lII
Dark C'ontinenlt that lie tnot tirlt is
now a well-worai way.
'The laurel Sitanley won lIt epaiitt
fiy his own Slrolagtil alnd jilpearli.
Ie' 1w no11i Bottd hil lUiill :a1111r ly
over started In life willsi p s.rin lilu-
dicap tlharn did allis l thl 'ii, .' '
Whlo litd not even a Igll: o It l' li1ll"
he made so faaluou.
lie died Sir -lenry7 .tii'ly.. 1i't l
thle title Is found I lih n'1)1ly Ili'l'Ai
Allerilena iedrithlcl' i li hisa ('Sli
Knighttlio d Could adddd nulhlln. lit! l.i
lionortlts Ie won In till,' linrdest fie!
liiunmn eiideavor.
The distillctionl lie WlBsated !.', url ,'
pattllescs forest aaid iaiunila"l lt' l ll1
of nil unknown f nd forlildlliuA- ",l h
ellt cold gall no new llustrI i' n I 1l
"Sir" he allowed illhem t plN II"et'
Ills naneu. lie was it m rnriler Iff thl
Nobility of Achlp'enem i. an liiil, i "I"
thnil tlint to wlilcli na iy ih-lisil fli i "`
who sell enough beer iuna 1 .Ptih'r
ttlanilev wai' sO great 1i i 1 11Int II
seens stft'laage that tliae ghlnlio ',F I
minor tltle should hav niriIt ilh11
lie lnd no latull.fonl astt Io 3I' 1*
latlve positlols' of inei grid. t,, frr
from hildngff his hmanlils oriuin. rn
spoke of it frequently nnd vr, Iriiitl"
the poorlioiuse where lite defliit'ly sN.
certalned history begitna and inllnllei'
1ed the children there. He knipa Ihlt
it is not what a maln is bornl. htt wdial
le makes of hlilmsielf that truly l"rlinks
hinl In this world.-New York Alif>-

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-H ler trMGAWeS am &PA. SAieaMautbSLLLOA-

S... -u'ilSli&'igngel.
,,' ,
S l It** unslutliced in the tret; i 1 l es does a Lhousand kn, siy things
s e al .ve That no one knows;
. i thinh h (; r awe t. A nlirl woman's ieail site brings
" il OWN I by m f To eeutin woeh
i4 Zii fh e I Aund to.w er the iolight clings
n s it hrew o9 melsme loes.

tiJe litt-r i4t of .centhi). weainth;
Tmtlli si!lla:los
OTy ker tritenes y-iuth itd het ii,
S-brfmite- nl amnhi brow;
i't growa Jshe oni the heart by uteaatlh,
Sst-amc* kuioi oiow,

And so she walk. lihe l iletl Way
NWitIt that lonteut
TJhitl only conie to uiniules i dl, a
lnd innocent;
A life devoid of ,inIc or praise,
VxOet obly client.
-Pall Mdll (Itzette.

I, A Lost Wager
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By H.. C. Stahnes

0 I1hlls iliially lald a 'May I epie you ounumlntk-ni iiskd ln-.
Bie' iHger lital i- will miarryl ace. as the rooUin lPgni to tlilti.
S in f-torel iii- ee rtnrt ftur "-Sory. billt I ani irenlyli (?ig>i;,ld."
,itlropl. l One. two. tnil'ar"y "May I aill to morrow.""
three .niontlis," nnld .11r ."Ali! lie iliitienl i- t tniuiiin ,imA.-i li is
Dayton, leaOillig buk mild iegeI lit Kuil tiln.," thiluighlit thie- thni ll -
laughiling tirrily. "b. nme, lie lhas Ingu widow, a.n sin ,'l-mnl.rin pri irll.iilln.
,nlsttlktel ni-: I haie hald |enoiigh of Tlhe nmit I Il lnii l i,' ltl.l lntil'l nlnd
.iattriony.v. nitil i.v i'resent lift-, tf witty 'wiion looked i oln l nolin lovely
frceidoim ni itt uite." llitill u n tle lilr vioiu \' ,iiinig. 'Mlii Ie.
"I adtiilre lie imitn'I inmpudenre." relied lier gutist wilh iiiliet, ini.y iigraCe,
siud her ncotnpanioii, Mrs. liHarriigton. and they chatted fur omine hiilntesd oni
"He- hna never spnci you yet. has lie'" different shubject ti.
"'No. 'ell ime exi.lly lih it hlap- Tlh(-enl oumehotly iinutle' a rcin rk iipui
peuned." liiI- litvrataIl 1 inn hi iny,n iinl frolim
'Certainly! My hlumiiund inliiled hie ain t tille*y pa.-.ei ,1-i to liunok.. il. e
cousill, Harry V lianll. i;eiorKg' (.'Cit nattlh or Oftier ainomiln'h wtin di s nllissed.
i*nfl th1l Irrr'ntbl. II irnr, 'Cooke tii illnutliouti fl a ulioiot ill-i hitilly as
sa eli u'lilti hlani yeeter-Iriny. Afttin- lire lillioni-i. alid eilelch wtas really trying
aiding at dluLer. I. of ir>iir-e. It- tlfe to lUItil Ithe onlhor into deep wivltern.
table nt'etr itdeert: nbmutnu lin ir Mr l. D.tyliina llniitult wnis:
afterward I was pa-iiiing through thile ',Tiil imalll In no fool, In aiiilh i" liiK
hall., Iwile I laseid m -Mr. I c'ike a1u1: ipiimudent viiillty."
'*Sot ll ella*trminig willow. lMri,. tay. .Mr. CookeI wrin tlinkiiitn.g:
ton, ins vowed ne pr tin marny again. Wlinit a liii nlt., lltll fiKei,-
I wait a wife., iin. from .vyoul del'sr-ip Ilnilni1.t beiwon0. It Is worit mo'ie- ltint 1
lion, I think siite voulsd ul t ie. \Whatit Zti. i.y boy.."
aIf yonI bet I do nol make iiher irtnik lirI l-Fronl look tlhey Il.nwredOil oni to nltsle,
vow?" n ml it wt fi en a.y transition to the
"*'lve hbunidredi dollar. insalid Iliair3. gratnil plilaio in (it cornier. .Mr. Cooke
'" DonrI' said iMr. Cookp. 'lVlenli ,pi rook Ills Rati tI ite Insmtrument to recnil
pimi-ty starts for iCu'rip in .i 3t1a iIli. to i ier meiinorv n rfvorite air. Itsa
cliarlming widow will It lll |thei ariy v tipic Iias gooil, hi- s i as Mls. Hugh Cooke." shlinvedl skill anid lite. andi, libent iipoli
"I went lpal lir. biilrll I det i ien Idlhzalilng (Il widow, li sninig with l ool -
pit you on yotar gimiard, ror to-nilgit. uIt Ing and Ipower.
nour lhbusn.- you will inei-.! lint." | "l' youi reimi-nilier tlhin?' line nnkedl.
"Neve ar fear for mi. I'l 11 ve l iii n nlt I t l.-lini n f- clioi-rdt of ft dlu t.
liny feet Ian a week." nuil agliln tll s 1i IlP nii rallied by Aligitig the list tiontes.
vwr.y. laugh rang through lth J h-: d lu% g i l- h giadduall.s ln t liter voice out In nilf
r.min. Its lris. HarrllKiion and t II <-rno Conki lier.-. tI' l Ianni I low, lllteiing inilteltl-y.
were standing a few hourslat Inter Il tile All. Mr. Cunke, who In mlnaiNlZid uow?
formeipr'is brilllit3ly' tilhltI ll dawiing At lasti lhe rop to tilko his lelive, ask-
iro m. There 'we-re liunuill'iil womnie lng andi receiving permission to rall
iilI hnimdsonie mein all around themlii: aigin; and Mrs. Dnyton took iip al
SInt the star of the eveniling was not book, ihriw It nhIde<. praitlti.'edt a feiv
thei'e. It was ai fancy party, and Mrs. miiomeii'in., and stoppiled wen n h e fouindt
thmrrington. a lovely little bluntlde. In she' lias slAingi his song, walked out
a piquant flower girl' dreps, uminde Anfil returinid houie. wondering whiy she
Vitlto a contrast to the tall brigand lie. could not got "that man" out of her
iiale her, whose flue figure sand dark, Miinid.
I:ainiIonioe face silted %-ell his dipen. To n tihat thirlh fh ia linter-eonire
"'.aiy I tell your fortluiit'T sil ii i waniln-la anintn Iin a dull phrlise to tde-
v\eeit. low volie besiie tlhe i nilcoupl. .n-n'llie it. Ki--lah Ing enii liupon i aink-
aniil they turned. Ing ia toiiuliie. i of the other, their le>nt
tiUe q a enkelr n mll Mrs. liarriam gto uii. l ihin J .. ;i ii'i.--- o1" w-i, iilu'omilllltshiiinit nitl i
ilin II (tejsp inal d i n til to rP-c l,'ie -*In i iulniKlirt 1 l' l iiynd. fliand aO iehIow Mr.
Ssatl. i'<>iiktlo I.e an l riit f l armlniiamed of lild
lStay, Idt. let mill tell yoiuri for wnigr :indt Mi. linytoll winlhedl she
I line':" ait lIlt, gipsy. hilnr ''d S.'er --n H race Cooke.
No, tell ms frlPenl'., Mr I.Cokr It wias luon-ly ay III or ely sprllug
I eg' your iairdon. Conmnitil -yn ill ha"ut hi *i.1.l to ta like lier for a ide,
limtC'll,"ild she moved IIway., i ni, unitl li r sail und dilsplrlted.
'Ur. lilK o iipanlou, iad hin mia.ii ailnilly it. W Il line aily ,lit'l? Idow was rIn
suffered bhip lianll for her iperiusal It. I
She liwas a strtilglYl limitifut l T'i'l-, v i t l it ot I r iif lhe Iow i. driving
lill.'re. Hter scatrlt skirt. sl 'n i l ain IIilrn1i uali iiii nl'ni-' of til ll Itrei-s. wihlitn
fill. wnas pmbroldered i go'd wil' h r n ." i ,k a I ." l i lnlk of love. It
nitr nig ligures. and tilhe lian fool li h jfl ni l .m i I n ni. l.n I-ia. hlr tll pr'P- lo i
lposil o d was raPsed Iin in na-irli-t lioot. to mi riiLrl thi- il i l-i .11hnn- 1',rn Ihe w-.ic
'Ytibroltlored in t e it tiim e wity. Th ii kingi i :it in' ..' "
l"i'lm of thie dress wants of white miil iin "I.iv--le: -li1 1 .nil -. atl iilil "jli;j 0
ilinlnte full, but ci t it o an to IPiil've thi A -cilnuiii..'- inns linm ltin- it U-re
uiii k inid aitmls lhare. A brilliniit S n frf le n a i pii nallnm re-. Id ll-lniltin- wni i li Ilb i
wnii bound from ti e right cliloubler to nannie. Aln hld i i.tiitn '- ,ti ig ni
inakp ni full how at the let slide. A love:" it
tur-llln of white was on C the hlalr. w ,lih.h-I e ihi- h li-,i-. ln iin I f-fe living of Ir
iell benealli it In rich black inaniseRs tli li ni r .r nin ian in priin.; f poweri
alimnilt to ileP wearer'" fe .t. .A kgrnpe hits mno r lialnei." -ild l her c-in- i
fill figure. Imedium heiglit. lit-rge hlni-k tipanion. U
.'es., It rich. clear complexion. will a "Malli i n l iql'miu of pliwet'i !" lirt -
m'lar .ulor, complete the pleture. peated ecornfiilly. I'111 .1 till on how It U
'oir" fottune.'p4he added. lam sbe in will li Ln F-rIIi tHI anP lWli lithiy' walk A
lrepiilly s-aimnned the palmi of lil bnnld. to school b, ide ihn li"yI.-iilIhi gill I
tn woo where you cana-." umil eil y Iyarte S' inty li.%i fliny they '1
T'Ie waltzeirs' whilrlild-In between llte ar in lovi. 1l;.:' I),iny rl"r i'o en'i-IM d
ininfle. nmid wlien Mr. Cook' .;.a ii forth line rinleMiltnioil rl of tl lipia. lion 1
'ok", tIle *iply n*ns gone. It was nt you just t I I-d ni dignalify. "'ley l-ve m1
!"ii liaic ijmfore Ite saw liher ag fIn: fifty inty.- .. nd 1.1m i a I l fly- ir.(t tR:tmiin i
Ltil :it last lie found liet., h S wa%. Im lturnffered Ilit Ibutiiedn I wViirn o-nt lni'ar tl
S-iinilniig nlo e inpuiirt t le, lazily iurn -an If it w r,-- hai:tai-l ni' :aiail fri- h." tI
I1 tine Ieave% of a book. It was il Ii "Ytillun nnil i-." ii- -hil-. i.sei'nd In il
hillh. sltlliag n-ij- lenu ilag ftoia tlih Ii- i (tinr b liny lt_ id.i l.ain.-". ..i. ot itii -
*l'-ii :ug rooma Alit! she was its .'(iole am' CHccl iidmtirit tii nit li.ii nnnl Iiiid p-onitli II
'aini p in. I- imay nall forth H pnm- ii-i i ''liun-ug. it i- in
'1 Tou Iist -Uilia .nm lliig imnyli i- euapvaniespnie t, ci p- -'.4 iik L r;llili mnn In
l-li:- sto,|,leil. (mn ti n* sli., n.ijtl. .'I dt iu e n o t M ?p .-a tne o f r 'eil I ,I-u i illiin I ,- nr in
-n,-il "'in.Hi .i ,viulPiily hnr-kmnmi nil Inth trin ;>l IPt l.-i 1nnn.1.i< -y"min.iIii 1iid L
-"rni ,lI ;in mm 'l (t it, :. i 'omilfnl' "ni Inn- i-i hi ',- 1. I ", I
."4.findn; I n'..mild )u i fn- i- i r.'uiniy.nia. in low. tlitiiir inii' nmi-i-r.
A ' hl i Mei p is d tIle nplrit ammini n tl .Niri. t[ail mi felt nii(. m -n i "l. ih
iroun'.K] yo lri eyed c .trued fe t'" bnigiluiag rpt-ipoise mini r-i' Int l" lip- '
"jo. ni-ille I atnuldedn your milti. you imied aihrP. hlie nltmitdgl tin ell ltm hi. .
lne i.ilattd i Ibomt 1UT faceh y belief" I" his int>-m'hi-.. Thimyv wCI'.P gnmimiH e
r"onidd auy one i;nt such a fat-. lIcas n slowly alOmnit. .iin l iinimi mil I inllnminlgi i,
inlni amiil nomt iy to read iff" rul. wltt li hi' cm-tenttnt ni liii'-apnnulalin '
A low. nmoinking curPley was tIn nut- tlarilenl Ine lnii.'. -. i't,' It-- ,mnlid.nn ior- M
Pwin- to tbe uiniplitent. They stood ward at frll t galnmlP ni
ain hour iu hue llittlo *n oo. anS whpn There nsa in i'il ni *i m.ii 'nitd line' in
Ilirf at lsngthiaq.,ildlltt tile Aton to were ola Ilin 'II' ir. liol 'i- i "mnsrt tlep loogly gIbay to the dn-awlia iiisigind n-orm.m i't. n .-ris- 'lnt" i:ir.tlnni ii
I*lO,. he wished devoutly thit the vilolenly back in'u-rinl fi.,'t. Mr. (i'miki"
linur mo.0ml, niaae been doubled tnt ntulli- iniaenlslblP omm ime ginuits", amid Mrs. lay. Ii
Inli!n ilndefnltely ton m Oil I he otlaeii' -imli' or tmit- i-i-nil n 11-

"Mtr. Harrington." said Mri. Cooke. Injured. I
mnePng the lihostess in the rooi. "wheie Mrs. Dayton iat up. ulml wn ith ir-
1 Ithi irrsistihhle Mrs. Daylon expeotedt vois, hysterical leaning. killed Iti r l oi'i
1o honor is ,' .i u-lo0 n'uim-. 111 dIi>l niot nln i- .
V "li .--tiald Mrs.. Harringtoun. "you lbe w-.,nt t nl i lids He!- wa W hiile.
laive ti" irrelsitlble MIrs. Dayton liming- still. Ineneiilblt'. unld llbe it0o0tniat bin ie
Ingi Oil your ar*u. Has nobody intro- dead. With a wild nryp she rnaeid lla it
iliertd you yret? Let te do it. Mrs. head to her breast. call his lblnmic, t-
baton, this Is Mre Cooke.Mr. Cooke. -Horace! dear Hlintra-. :nly look at
mr. Daytoi. New I hope you know mnel" she pleaded. I
IPlil otulir." Theit she looked aiunui d r liellrn. t
tMr. I-nmy'ona' e3-vg were Bixl u pn There was tino ouse it mulghkt. Mrs.
te carpet, but term was a world of Daytol was not a n.liui to aIspend P
ertirillrIkluig In the in, f helr iprtaune many mominent tn usieles grief mie h
"ill4have elten it asoonI recoveredbe her prewen e of mindt. i
" I have. epal. ta* enVlabe Her vinaigrette was liangliis srt her u
"Plttstmion of fbpag IitsllUttbl.i" she brltL and pbs tried its e c-.* o
and- t .rnprtb-. Her compalolen was uily stunned. Vi
sA reputfihst at- Wp d4 rvad as mnso l ta JaOlmhtsi le wlAs a ble
rely to mit ." wil lasthe to famlt her b"e a.e bl. brow, bear hbr
Ply. .e7.s to in" e'ar. ItI kept pterfeCy f
',O ttumtoba F. 5kl l BBMt $l wr Itul..tsa s tlsteO sid hi ltltsthins g
1 4til tima i n 1i St 4011SP* ,

A tear fell upon tics iel. ktsi -
hini eyes. The next moment he
gretted it, for he found hle head on
grass, and Mlrs. Pfayton at least
feet from bin."
S'.Are you liurtl' sine a-kid,. iluietl
Had he been dreaming ? Was 1
the voice that had sald: "Hora
dear Horace?"
lie sat ilup. He Wats not hurt, o
s4tullined, sand In n feW% oiiment
stood bealdo herI Her veil was dov
iidi he could not see her feat f
"How are we to get honie?" i
asked, poltlinga to tlie -ead horse a
broken carriage.
lier volee trembilld now, andiii as
Wimn llEi aside her veil, lie saw It
her eyes bore traces of weepling.
l-ori.eie foffot hlil wager. forgot I
awkward predleamneiit, forgot eve
thing but his love. 'unmid he poured
forth iu nbioken,, paslnloitlme Words. l
heart throbbed hilg with ecstasy, I
she wi si too greatt au adept iu the
ot flirtation herselfi not to be able
teli (lie vok-e of real feellng. Y
ias he went'oa., tile scene with M
Iliarrington occurred to her, aind a
stilled back Ithe eager welcome h
heart gave liln word., nuild sald, cold
"I' nough,l enough,. Mr. Cooke! I a
Sorry to eniuse you the loss of $500, lI
Mir.. DDaylon cannot accompany t
Eumiroipesan party ai Mr.%fs. Cooke."
mtntmi to the quick. Horace sto
cllient l'ir in imomient; then lie sald, fTi
low voice:
"I wll an impertinent fool. ('mil yT
ever forgive ame "
"Otm one coitdtllo,.' ishe saldt all
"Naiue It," ho said. eagerly.
"That yon pay your wager, ow
yourself bea ten.'and do not address on
word of love to mne tUntil we retui
fromin Europe.'
"I agree to the first two, but the la
I.n very hlarul," lie said taklngli h
"lHow are wet tio get houte- al
ithked aglaln, abl.riplly.
"Wie must walk to the heareat lion
and thIeIin hire a carriage.'" "
I will not tell youi what they said I
that IoKng walk, inbut I know Hormi
pald lill wagert, and confessed hnitel
beaten idinl bore the hautler of ili con
pallo'li with greitt philosophy.
How the last clause was kept 1 knoe
iot; but early in the following anutlul
Mr's. Da>y(ont liioftilp irs. Iliur-n
'oonte.-Neow "ok e .ekly.

Proillabie nake Mk IMntiu.
John V.' Reeves, of Portlaind, Pai iW
lanly known sa "Iel,'i and hvinig
Nntloionl irepnmutatilon aS n rattlleanak
himuater, has a ec.ntly gained fresh.
last week thirty-nix Caittle'r, ranglln
front fifteen ini-hes to four anud one
hinlf feet In leminglh, were killed by hin
lu lthe Somerset MNouitaiua, altuated
east of Portland. Seventeen of various
lengths were killed within a space o
about fifteen square feet.
BSome of the large snakes had line o
ienl rattles, while soane of the smaller
lIha but one or two. The anakes wer
beautifully striped. Ten baby rattlers
were found huddled together near thelz
itest, which was In a rock crevice,
.Mr. Reeves stealing upll on themni while they are
tlasking litn te lun i and pinning them to
the ground wlih a forked stick tpui
or live feet In length. lie then uses a

[Mr. Hoove* linu ntt much sport in rat-
itesnnnke hunting, and also linde It very
urofllnble. One dollar an ounce la real-
szed from tfle oil. The skin neta him
rom Iwounly-flve cents to $2, and oc-
a-nltnnitally more for iin unusually large
i -ne.- Hlrtford Courant.

A Irainly Cateh lin south Dakotas.
An 'woe were going down, town the
llner forenoon we naw a family and
plPeIndiages catching a chicken for din.
ier. Them-re wnl Ihei man, the woman,
he lInig daughter, tile ten-year-old boy,
11 b3n1hy, tile dog. aind a great hullla-
nuilluo of ai ruikel. The Initial move
Vne fiiln ear of corn, with which the
anli gently nud slowly shtrewed the
round at his feel. Then there was
lie polling and the qulek grab, which
live ino return but a tall feather or wo.
And then the cry: "Run him downrl
istantly every ono was Int motion.
lie young rooster cut across the gar-
in, followed by the dog r.nud theo san.
li-e prey darted through the lath fenee;
he n-air huinued his nose against It; the
1.111n limnged his course and crashed
hrllighli the gain Into the baruyard,
hIn, InLby fell down in the mud puddle,
ho' nmothier shook lner apron and
-rn'eial'. n v'ie miunal brother circled
Iii- hiayntack It pursuit, tihe big daugih-
er lihoe'd wllhli her every-day hat, the
Igjllteorm gappel out or their windows.
Inn ii, lt ti,- mtirlnti i a ra'e until finally
+1. ili ilua Iird imrnu his heed Into the
.iv-i .l ( git gmout of eight and was
>|,,>I. i-' lk Pont ial Il. D. l eacder.

isll Kplilorea the CasplsH i f R.
l ianwi blletin issued by the Soeletaor
;Nililrallst ait Ht. Petersburg it Ia
ltnlt-.I llnit li new expedition for the
xildtiitlot of IniP Caapian ea il to
mu sent out nilullniainoi or the Aral-Casplant expe-
aimtii which worked some tbhifty yelra
ingo. Theu party will Include Smolb el-
in-rn an MM. Knipol'itcb and Lebe-
iniNtwef i. well kis'enwt y their explora-
loni ijf lthi White indh the Black seas.
IhI -nlief lmn o If thie expedition Na the
)droblmloegtidl ecxploraitiou of the Casi
ian te" it pad the bllogy aof the Cas-
olun --herrinK.
Tie I. Berli.
"'ihb iu-reditary l'Princesis of tiedi.
inrni a IPrIncei- of Wurlemberg, is now
igdigal I ibthe emileavor to "enpraft
Ipon Benetill all up-toiate aSocial lift,"
o quote the word Tof a circular which
be has Just ieaui to i all the leading
adles of tbe tai-ma cutpital. urging
henm to organize S o'clock teln r-
loui troem 4 to i." Thene socil git-
rltPigs are to be held. not at the private
onoles our the lites. built at fbe Kaiser.'
nof fiotoi. The object ocf these "gin-.
itblthlchru TaMosen Te" is a alritable
ne, so that tickets are to cot eight1ee1
-'1in-- I-. a1 $i -

A Judge 1sSt wtim I 1 b be-l
cate lWtM'la ptqSiI-- .
be.w. Wtf...


"Bilt I didn 't make ii laieur' X $
Pierre, indighinbly. M 1 W ..t i a e **OiNtm nt
"'All I'mn soiTy for." said on* of i- rad 1 s islt,' and he eal 'n llettMes0ml iii i- M .A:O ilk..
nine. "as that ie di, t l el nf f rt ; t ubdi wt biti t ien- le l I
wiitnh hl,. it i*eni a MSuhiOedi t lleph m n. rl mve tlet "itrwb drive t 4 li y Ible ai4t tfll
a sas t o. "an d W y s.So"talga i ax iso e us$ a
ia rare omelet." t S Wt, ati 1 was ii$np 41. IAt twhtsf wtp a' h-hi, afi i l l f som
At thi s; ethan w arafindSRip
As long an Plerre lilvid he was town Is J l t I m w A- h ta l iart has t sff
anm Big-Bnirld lerre for u le or l J oet -a t Wfin. U- ta ., Oflt
nsody to bellvei n tinoe hIbigs tme, r% N D. Sil
hinwa'nr, muorl tins .b it leari t 9p nn
Metadg .rumaar 14, 1, as tal." ,, U,
lahided;m d Ilia tit ll t

b-tTi.s1',- $,11%

would, It io tAikslheuiws. held a eiwi "4i4. Aluqiij
as it& Iseus' egs. is for the bUsh. IkIRI' tmi~ l+, -.-.
was of til imt e family& as ithe ostiric, !_-w e**.i a i
but was more otihan twi ?as tsll. skitE&S s01 flu', nnItt; .
pmoiaIateWl beass.' so thati towS- tliebbop.i- tfiha
log as It did a nasm h; b aborte iM .nlhat weal w
tallii.h elephapL it taunt have obe 'as a#gI*epw.M e ld
a startling bird to 5s, tfot the Orst time i e m" .aell'b0. 11006.

The neyPornia,, i as bIrI s i aeis
d"bthe gle Ist flst I# th" t .a hip

vtrul n *-~* ~,

J *Kft.,

te A OIA. rr. F...S PLAGUE OF RATS INn -
Tve N' oratll 11 67 i
e l TEtrPil f T-nag Altimoumi, Ia'iug ant lates tiotrlitig ,L ni "' gFOODS AND -SI U TlR. -
.v. Pierre icallr.eiRc o0 0l IT several lntidred ypiith, and the inrtt ', ," AqIMA/ ii O- -
thil s .. MadfgacaCr. h rillness l.orsep elin this cotnlni 1 MAL 'TH .OA- '1
lice! S J, "w, erv' tie Nani riagmnanpet pacers, it l Freraunners of the Rats.That Came to w se -sesa .
.- f ntsi. t < l#s.St-i. A t.. CIii cpurloui si.-ervo t it the popntoiumly n wtanaeso the Little AnimnlPs u y--
nily of pinielug races is of coirupantlvely HowThey Endangerthe Pl
he nP'ecent origill. VooMfentWitSo tie Mar- n f Ha. g
wt, cll 'I. l ms gI( ll e iusntts rare en in thee lates I~ thi -kerdwverlin in-n'." ber t, a on hip lack a
-i idt ''i In tl finn e ltl f A a lltutiea e i 4 lat h een fall itoo pminolmile ntel eggs on lhils stoimaei.
ste "1n c inn.. Ittt wie InSt-n hanl efelt u i a t I tat t r l ii riitrillan of late Ie .n- .l at pulled their r ec nl"
n4l pn` h ttane a iut jim-a il l.c i lhot r.gIVial tn r t received popUttI ll- n s tlonihnty e the halno at- Ianl tall, while oplleern puahe
"i 0 Mor tly b f ao r a : lit 4ll e t'li o..i ll. 1a. lrval 41ih. t1 lh h*t*id, bit R i & tt l e in i; b t uo a d t l, o t eri a
si "" p o ha4 ono ao.r ti mInlsynln- ti.ovlni ir l ntu itlani! m otherpolntsI hi salam n lt h ts inrealted by Thus egg after egg was a
bthe ata .slr, i t o. i'l-in dy" lw hi. t Tm lst ia other o gllut i a aili e lint inn higry borda In-l their burrow. '
hat f- r Arex r. at o w s time |,or sc to i' hly i A e "i'hede ipla ers Al. ll it. o rru* l ? h e'tt |+y hi. it of ral oe tba
It Y4111 i'.l m ports a 1f theasu4 on prv nunin mig bm hb it umen m! umneut A t rat I h a tsb ka o d .
A I hh-eat uor li,-rit ia n liore tinua l e ttlre. r ,i very pul t'ctly, bunt lot slame~ i '"h e lwi ll ii t lnl
n 3nr. lnThe m-apta iii hanil not1lsli se nnrmim the F uiiille u nhinotm care fort pee- Itt m- prte of u oui I i can Ihit sullen torrent it SeogS

e n for tresh wiattner. twe- n i ot'al paer- nailmd trotlr's wore ti 1" distl t after a'noilirr hains ild itla witis platter. OWhen ti ',
lre Tile next moirug. wiu ila froivedm arrligodi thee were i hla pact liiu raie ralt lagiu Sy i iee ty lon-a Its l ain llg. enIenam o-thf dole d wfni llt,'t
for e lerntl hileine tipon his loulter, oi leii te t n li ortheit are even ini In time midst o(f tihe 1 .i Ing that the presence t ofl '
rt I'lerre stepped proudly ,,m iho Ineat-hl Sitaaten utl 1871i h iitseihont of -it, and doulbtlveis i other fri ends meant safety. '
ei. ready amid auxioti ti meet lite snivge Notwtistanndlng s thefelst thati e o ie nill f ee '-4r ls.dte il tmy1 te -.1 Altneough driven dt i

She shortly before divliter titmlit wa clae ioallse frln hlim il the i-a rly his.- cateliere inre SIpdhlal a substitute for almost hunnanm.
et proposed that smen of thi siaill>iy story of n light haarnelinr merlln-g still there tulni nUKpo ipnslp. isA Sussex clergynmi has tol .
ly: shioul try to shoot at few of l inll rd were i people In tiihose il itn hol loved T nn'. ilonis o tasay be give Fr .ine s a number of rate mi ratil
n it whlib th l foroea l splii an t u ru;ll tin luerail giUt. and uc l-si i.iy lly titt l' y lelon of o arn yarc o te litrict o a lote aun
t for eranh nm-tat to ir a~e b the a horse of thIs kind fior rnel nlg. Al- tirns sind nolmr? sheds by arnimle of middle of Ili company was a 0.
I e a horse or t hi kind a rat ult ali Irt rt1 a t wi .t.%o l11) allii la, t
ie lieatest of tlurs, amn,a though atirili he pant fw years the rat. n blind rat, with a twienInall lthe
pitY to do without it wihenit wais di u trll trs altlln atquriing llard records out,- ln-st if "lnil, nie seiatdyt it'ieniet u l iby which lie wais being safely I
td 'lrtly at halnd, .11 irap n il oippirI- lnlilleraih, th i pacoerns many times, yet the nile htr e' line roItits duin-hg mite i tyouniger riodent.'-i
a Itunty whichE PIler'e id a i t let pass from the beg nltoig t eim reeling galt s st te ara or Ko is tnlouitbtedly tlh le istaine of rlts leading biunl
i ie entreated li nucoUitnamilandig officer ever inc the ftestdr., -ult.ntl-tO m "of imanit'si rfnoiltl perastletce rinudes iny tile eirts to feedslng
o iso elaru'etly to let Iltn IL ilie of the WiVhlit t ffer.t tIne l iarrl .of tile petIlr I n killing off t4miIu, we a-.IS., owlts, pole- and p inihlug fund i-lose to their k
sLtiotlhiig flatly thalt i liceiL n gl. -aiti lv ll. I'nnmi o 'r -liig iremlnn iti.. ai> i] the preg iu.diq itn, otti'-re l neiti .-tit u pi. ltni.. .i, .i i lllnt llm n in e.i b ,ee iw o ln v d n ein ore dtih i
Ianoole l et c h b th ne l nt d FaI te m i by o lin vaii it i d a 1o c18 1,11WP 0t W fi a l. nt lnl ,t r,,td ohilitr w es i t tl ,
tihor stilo- started foir ti e fielt. imormentri had iiuon l e olution or ith kew6pag ita w lil,' im 1 u 'nsnlatltlehmhts. .iltdi fr" n uTlnr weaker e bmrthr -,
An I nour lWtem,' Ihe tne- c i ia in o'tt Butt, mirenanini1ain elin trin-nu otted n y ur .t & Jal n Pei, MIttnt Wid i tni ittuli ,t
nAd oin our lamier," the ainaltaS wit i ,, to il titian o ',liipiletini isi n"n 3-lars a *l am'%, tkla nat aI.n 1irm- BOYS FROM CITY TO FARM .t.'
no 11-11 rh i n to the e lailu wlil lie llsill" llirP(I11I ntni of lrthnoansltoniem-FROMsIorytin miitmm'
t g l int whoullolt Pielrl. ii'be ha J'ita But Il Init mlintlly o' mi te pen 'vouste' I Itori, the rodenitT 0rle hd Or or -rlhinnga tele Remllvi .
ri i n ilnthry didl not kinowi lltey a 0formeuirt n wine are rionipellid to adopt li' Ier 'was il outii of tIhe fihid .o s, r eiaieway aye.
nit ised hi motireth l tian half ioa hour em n atniral trotting gll t. lay wearing and riverside l hal contAntell dur. I professor B. -Galloway,
t fore,i undin s itlOed lie hd retinemel tu no miuch weight oi thtir ro' fro t Sl In te 1,'last t-ev'Iotn al briv bitnnt imd'satrny nureauvof
r then, tlhgreatly to hmudleai Ihtir speenl evel- to the diomsin ot men for tood- anl prilment of Agrileullure, 9
"tier ile it s nonw," ldepliy e* olent, 'woilit have oninde amuchi inwnt shelter ring of the future will 3
e claimed oi e of lIe "me record. aI tni eln thaf l they did at %%'li-ta nt be caiihl inn Iehealf of the boys fromtn n the big ; beilt g
S .und thir rei Indeed, be wi s, inatle"l trohlhng thlerae i-ani lih io ilo ilat, llga inost tinulvermally del leu it ttiulinlael tlentiol to the fact that the B '
lb ndIL in iast, As quickly as hlls ho gler lwas a natural p 1e, and t was lthe thte oofita nd -im wt -
legi s tonki cary hit,. le s telatr$ attai -couldt ilow t'o-ilinltoi speed at tin Ltm agile ad gn'ace'fuil creal- re tim i cIty han eint atopplins,
lo i ke k nl. g lId skIll fi t sl i hl tany "w ays, 1111 oi r e i lir.e /r .v io (.t a h .00
in ihroew in the ni briblsl; and as tiie li pace when alot carrying weight, skilfl in tny ays, l of remsou liie Itndmetey uiiw'lei trot eity
t o 1rew 1earer lto tacoD w ite Ic-ae) Ili Wf, as whIen ie m ait tinle erlidiila. "'tmilent, fl tt vrwhn etry
it could se that hi w"i giti iV t:llald. of Iln prowess, aite t rotting galit was e ilM oit to thbt employment, ult li .ins r lilluway t Is a oelItt
'it- 'hn I e rewtchmed the aularmned silorl. tie m ore popular, fi wianntielo tcariyi oTf qumpleput appuiss# aind lesper- lituer Illn tie insnnalbltitles of a
In salnko, tamttalnl anO exihiauaistei,. C gilly two ioundis eoi -ach rl Cont ootm tvill atll laA te lt thy. Whla tii s llacetk I'danling. 11i knows a tcoreo 'of s
I ltm satnd. To tbhr i h io rrlo y it."A lter order to make blom trol, and yet within i ll a wpbauiat, Side rail lai a rlltec- wlhi old farms nwllncl were wo
n he coilt only ga hm ot, "Atte e thIs laurde ii ie trotted a mile nd Iontlnee pai l- ant d to 0 l *1 t hunie no it ketd ac cordiu g to old t
rnnd point tho the forest. Wierl-pzoil quirtldii a recent or 2f.151,. which was at si91hi of ma rat s nthuing alt ilpeeea on his h worn iethodst, maij be nmade verilits
ihe atil gathered eagel tidiptt lilu to leat ten senld slower t isa his knuowit hillitchel, Itmootiiig hil witskei a, nl gold" ml liy the appllocaton ,o..
hlear mi stor. mn"ibili ty t t. the pa titug gait Wheqotea It I I pretty spectacle. liet I mSaild Iltlle niseist d ldhtry. Hle hias i
*Il i l ly I4 p t ic i g g a i t n gh f o t l i i t.n l kl l Al c i nl r t~tu e e ^ t^n n^
"After we had g1ne m Baoit Lr les thumb haLndienpllned.--1ltistrated Sportingr toebo betiaelnl hi l is a..oinul Ienphlnit, a1-tul expe eeeanta In t a nsrianH esh r
Sitolitel forest," lib hegan, nI left the News, althoph. b a is always attn ine li tine nn Ian the veity sIli antou mi
Sothne, because tioight we oul ien ilolut to fariim whi ch a t ew
e- s'e more ;amue nJtwo DtnI .thti 10The silismnt Psns% n-ona. avlte 'idtl;ipall hwiin 14M1 col bought for i tahis i0
hn i ', ihula nil huomme tliy potny ish left very ioubai th- rest'ell of it hin e tentnii-les of iutle ntioe, a itl wuhichi ioW tO are
".t l little wuila aF e t iic iunch to lhimasel., anid during hits ear- huilmil e ll lii y eeLn lhe vl'- niuli fort lune, aund arre wielding ll
l E .aw what looked like large lrond her years t'une wlid. -ul t baiti h aillh. (io. }itw- l tv.ilevtr poliar, nnild hao, naiy ftroiu slst000 to i ,000 a- lli
Swhlite stone in the Ilnick brutall. reforlmcd, and litdily abantdoun hplble reform, ahieiwa oBeen h n mitedl, Oi ehii ee op1ortlnite0 Pro"SO ils
Shout ,I ilglht a ell lind out hat -wild iand odd Hways and becomes a do- wootltors what lie night au o beeil way thluks, will be apprela"ted p,
Sit was, anud made miy way. to it, aind, I voted friend of man anti tn admirable had lie pvpr b j juuaAi d. tlape, ani more by young men who A "
s give ou mty word, it was a great oli worker. So great i 1 their nffoctlon fog It ls tihe birwnlrit that plagues Eng- hard to get on in the blareittek $f;
egg almost as big as a tar bucket, tie ponles that the btlaunders never kill laud *4-ty. ''he old elngilsh-blaek raf, they wil go East and take t
I made up ny mind to carry it beck them, but wheat they are too old fow a smlti e aud .as.elegaOnt otdeint, far It woul bei a strange things 7.
r to the ship to takt1 home, though it "wve work they allow tnlem to return to the less' dete an' laharpaluu, has .beet al- lE It should come a to ano thatI.
r heavy; but while I to with it in elds and bill and Ive out the rs most i by hi own brother. expert arer o utute
e my arms, brusbinlg off te irt that of their days In peace Boletimes thd "'hp e 'k was luntoduced Einto developed. should r o rlal t'ii
4 was oni the under side, I heard a ald animall, in their np4erlnga toid Eglal t Ile,3 ikilt e Ages, coming thellug l toth a ned f r ms
I rustling in the bushes, andtl their I food, will fall over ellffs and so plle tiN ftrotim tihe la it Iis. Its is the an- em tg he eran ildorginlta and l
thought there mlet have been a big They "still reach tile tage o thirty e l he fali my tt lli keept h trgelt ltrlls oti and aVi-rgtin, o alaieao'
Sbird to lay ithat enormnoti ,eg. alitl years onr lmor'e Ila Iheili niaie hal lad, an now 'ilbta. us now barr en i to
9 thieni I hook o tIhat I nearly tdroipped Iheire Is t cae oun srcord-Ilint t lia Tin lePOWi rat also riaees from the As the ttovenMeut of city b1 llt
the egg. eprolniily liApocryphal--oft t a belfie Eaist .-f-ik p We.terltl C-hina, to be ttre- ie country, of whhei Profteor o ,
r "1 got Ienc hillet I iree tur y l ald which lived toI le a hIundred years oaid. else, e gradually spread over Europe wa:ty tu, lia a mtestt
io e d doit i so I could -see tehrogl Like every other god tingo ter atl 1J 1780 bhe irslt appeared i hig- way speaei owena inexal. 'tplhes i
the bushes what kind ofi at lhd was which a demanO briaarlo i, e plti er Iao t ia 1 i lan44 p W it onved o sip endencyh al oureown sr ott eo. Tm oa
comluhg, nmf 1'iheha hare iit'h4nnied lit rineqtlt s.qe MlaJlie. H ns lQW (Jonbeeasuc a pressure form ecftesmeha
"I hover lS tit tee lcli a iilig in ily life years. There liea heels forIt onindetk -'re t alp, utpa4'. (boont taken tioes au a t ehlasarooms of thoe sq-r
ITefort! Nid-hn, yoou worI't believe 1e, hn' erroll largere export trads l tile t aVeitwir b lhlp t Amtes, ofarenicultrvee oin the cities thati
but that bird lusiheio n eislll, iolt Ia t oam ilets. onf whalth thire r'we alone flute in fi t talj'ih eotltent hs 8boPunds ,arehbeenoybled'n rtitnei t
calne through l b in hlme that I lo, tw II thin Islhnd,. hut, aeordlg to my i l Iwliom. n di A tnaeia eligyn far -tnn's b t and glsh tid lrt
thought i w-as a herd of cattle. Andm (oil'ernlenlt retil'uru., thle nuimbter-i pla- iilnit 80m) t rVa have been do-e siel was estabhlehel todee-
when It came t wuithere I Coauld see iit Uowv aelott halfs. 1i mm eith eentt sroyed it. t year. iappile-at the privilege of
eat-I of Its legs loonik4t n bl ,eeentiryY it iWas ocs81blo to obtain a Wit le" ratI, 14 ohnlnroroue, Notblhfg a Ia ppl who hat ot rede
as nly leg, Aind ft wna nh ta;ll as a good tlMellie for fifty shilliing (bbtnt' leen cone unlzi-. to Wlin, Psslb; sh mon
email tree., AjA4 pu-h a ill1s is t $13t, and the average Irice in 190 W hast i I ,t 'result oft hlils beings comitin- Jotna ,
hadti $8 moi'e. lalit m elatury agoe a oQy -t ly? ithpiteud frtim lkve i plaes and Al esala a t elsl l
"It went mairetly to tg lspotS vliere "ontld lbe bought for from 7 to 30 tus eta agal dr oito by', atreas of Prof. Trevor Kluneaid, eit
the egg had been; and the was butnt Ill 1871 iusliles Panged front n$40 to linamgert eat Allythiiog thAt lif teeth Versily oR Wfaeshingtou, (D .0fa
frightened, te Ii knew iflit eJnilght me $3). hli nlern fetehlag enlng y balt that can t nraclhbuhn:I ib e 1 AUleys r it irting urn scientist, luihs been making4
with the egg I'T be eaten il e ill nal, a lthe.y were not saltaijle fr .pit havre lpkpfl/tn*h kii M poultry of tie ratleys nod ashointatol
Ininulte. But I didii't daren to move. Work, for whllm the Shelilesa were fariglpgt %i5- td stlh it thte Aletitain Islanoda, i9.
the eggd, it .t tip sumanti-fail ink. adint-ed, -ut- Isse -s- tM g .Iirated4 Alaska att
Then 1 dropped tine egg awl and a i, n time AtalAJ$dm frte t-lyph e spectmnelwn .4 1tn mttli
dlreetioh tlnt Cseemet thi dearest :t VWW SePIarlh laithSey are ,Wai ;fett ,.4 ,UL

It er salheg througli the bushep, ias1 i :ti 9* istot .an wor-k# SilAWl it-i.Bt.r'' .00100 t u 'eitledtua ,mbahti b lhem being e
expected every minute to le taken lim .nrimnt reqra old, amid does not retch. thpuels tataitebt. Fnmudsn theb(hSfeluuse on the *td
rmn any more, amid fell 'l-ou-t, wvehsmt yesrs -Illuaatpated Sportimig News. "" D '$t'ners .fI,* ppnrl'iag purposes. @b#it of ilmn Ao
trve big birds similar to th. one I h1d ttliflie Itlrn hies Nttiei".i41' at-pp-. -'thp epte't
:..n e _e;n 4ame leaping tnlohmg ,u..Y. know that-- a ... ....iS nnlU 59 r ra s harm keen t4ff IS. Aal*. 11#t
iI liftel tay must, bul before ,t-d at lower sIll" at Ine ta lit trM. 'igi A Iayti U1 hilshS oeS n-Ehe fq- b. Aglket--
shoot. ti. e girst ..... l! -un.98r mne -"l at," emitd D old wateta.naker.. the14 i st o aa' person Wo' takbi a **n.uee of t
J ukmpe ijI lad ri and I- dtlb'L ..._iaiur (hA cieuiir olAl-, ".' oMri elid l t" n .. .. -

h Osparuowin. au l .do te .t, wak ,w mlliproty t selue p w '' h f .
,-, ft -o
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S owDN. 'W
Miter and Propruetr.
April 28, 196, at Galne .WleW
..obcianmanattr, under Aa* f
7.of arC 3 .]879.
4 Every Tuesday and Priday, I
Sy ar advance. .
S'o Cents for Six Moitl, ]
soCg at for Three MatU.
A vXaRnab T "RAtUsT. I
aadem4-an bSever type, s cent.
o kMb Insertion.
display advertiBments priced

editor Is not responsible for the
O correspondent* or others c9n- 1
to bli columns.
4tited Statis Senator
SJames P. Tallaferro.
ember Congress, 2nd District
V[ ,, Prank Clark.
dPresidentdal Electors
H. P. Bailey,
T. A. Jennings,
S3. 0. B. Koonce,
A. B. Newton,
It. B. Stoneman.
N.. apolean B. Broward.
mtary of State
". H. Clay CraWford.

C. Croom.
P Treasurer
William V. Knott.
i4toiutendent Public Instructiont
W, M. Holloway.
ailoner pf Agriculture

l .' 0.t L. Morgan.
peas Couft-Six Years
wlt Taylor.
iate Court .
8, Cockerell,
mas ShactkleTord,
B Whitfield.


wnit Cou'rt
lH. Wietges.

:W; '. Colson.
.A D. Dickinson.
tendent Public Instruction

T treasurer
7..'1 R.-Aobertson. ,1
-nty Commissioners
-., ..Dampler,
,G. Osteen,
C. O. Pedrick,
Vt. F. Pulling,
1. P.' Townsend.
.or Member of School Board *
T. A. Doke,
J. Martin,
SK, B. Weeks.
you would be Governor of
just get the Times-Union
ISht you.
-wen the Palatka Tlme-Hersld
aI'l^t"persuaded that Broward
e Florida's next Governor,.
I w.feaw people seem able ,to
i.',the importance of hvlin
.F which can be reled

advertisers seem to think It
[ c.J6od toadvertise unless the
People to tell them .where

Jb~i all the original Davis
ai4support rowanrd, usn.
"iperhapa. adltor Jordan,
.att. Qorda Herald.

6 Savannah Morning iNtews is
adid" tht treads on
ousa groftd ,whq .| epts
al news dispatxl fr om
ville." o

sWre possible toin la
aiuds of delinquju Ot sub,
act that editors ome.~
money, some of. thbeu

H f the Times-Union
l hould happomt
any time
fall tO

'Sl *


Ai.m. nw u iwa .-,,<.*. .., ,
*- "Candidke
Br o ''to hear that Ove
i ;'will be glad to find
A t .,i.p Upport and approve
VVi it^I*portant act of his;" pr
bow amn poor proward get along
without the support and approval
of the great (?) and good (?) Deo.
*cratic (?) Times-Union? And now
since the great (?) Times-Union',
wi eb-elbcted (?) "Our Bob' tJ,.v,
ertr says it will "support anld up-
prove" "Candidate Browa.d's"
sets if he will "rise to the situation,
be Governor of all the people," etc.
is it not reasonable to suppose that
the Governor-to-be will rush to the
Times-Upion, worship at its editor's
feet and with tears of joy and ap-
preciation trickling down his face
promise anything that 'Editor
George' desires?
The editor of the STAR has
known Florida's next' Governor
personally but a few months, and
has not seen him since before the
last primary, but we venture the
following bits of information to our
reader: aFirst, Napoleon B. llOw-
art will he Governer of Florida-d-
governor of all the people. Sec-
ond, if the angry waves of trouble
should happen. to roll arouvna, ml
during his term of omi e e tit
ask for, r expect (StAsdkArd) 1bi to
h pouted on the-troubled waters.
Third, he will hold such practlcae
a aire common with the Times
Union in utter contempt, and will
not care a continental for the
Times-Union's "support and ap-
*It seems that the Herald spoke
too soon and too hastily last week
in saying that. with the exceptions
of Jim Broome and Cromwell Gib,
bone, uvdry candidate for whom Iti
editor voted 'in the late primnarien
had b ea nominated. The editor
lost out on Oovernor, Secretary ol
State, ouperlItendent o Itublbe In-
striuctlon, several candidates fui
State Committeemen -at large
National Committeeman adtu
County Judge. The paragraph wai
written chiefly as a bit of pleas
antry towards the editor of the
Oaineaville Star. who, in comment.
inlg on it, has made a fool of him.
self and shown up as an editorial
ruffian.-Punta Gorda Herald,
We are sorry that the editor ol
the Herald should attempt to bI
pleasant towards the editor or tin
STAR by falsifying, and since hW
has admitted that be is a Ialsifiei
we shall take the liberty to presum<
that he falsified when he said the
editor of the STAR had "made a
fool of himself and shown up as as
editorial rufsu." The fact is wa
have trie4 to treat Zditor Jordta *q
a gentleuan-,eIalng milataken shou
the treatment that wtuld best suli
his -ase. But probably here ii
where we sbwed ourself a "fool"
-,t6 expect geutlemanly treatment
to be appreciated by; a fellow lik<
Brer, Jordai,
The Like Butler t, r aoin
"that an electric fan be
the once of the Madison Ieeoer
Tampa Herald. MoClenuy 1tea
dard and Ganeville 8Star." T
Standard greatly appreciates thb
display of geperosialty on the part'
the Star, but we would not fee
right in epting such a gint fpi
fear that it w d ause too grqat a

a with Rittn 'rti| boodle.
And no g .,d the GAti4ti

of generosity Ii w -lling to oo
tribute to a fni& .y ,fr pl.dasi
ina the Lakea N Star o(e
much needed W"Uit, eap a.nd saud
i -ii- A .* -

The ~~t*~m~l~

to a household' .1 cod.
Jsw pa1ple t nt 'ttah wide'
domains o .l Though his
*)fVe4t,; *. THl ,lo. iwasnoin.
ta Unteed States senator on
A a majority of but
VtW' three thousaid-a much
,1ii majority than his friends
1ire expecting---Mr. Stocktou was
not defeated; it was clearly a ease of I
the people's candidate being over-
powered by corporation trust money
and influence. Mr. Stockton was
not financially able to it'pe wish the
Standard Oil bCompany, nud, there
fore lie failed to secure thle Senmtpr-
lii nomination.
But in the firarprimary the trust
candidate received more than nine
thousand majority while in the sec-
ond race Mr. Stockton was but a few
more than three thousand behind.
Had you thought about how Stock-
towngained on Talfaferro during the
short time that was between the
firt and second primaries? People
were waking up, and had the sec-
ond campigq been ten days oImger
Stockton would Ihive been nomni-
nated. Stockton is a bigger man
to Florida today than he ever was
before. He is a people's man. and
the people are waking up.
Two much oil will not do. A
gentleman at High Springs poured
oil (kerosene) in large quanties
around the roots of several fine
peach trees to kill the sects that
weregeting into the trees, and the
lpsects were killed--every one of
them-but what else did the oil do?
It killed the trees, as dead as Ha-
man, and there they stand today
with fruit drying up and leaves fall-
lag of--realst dead trees, and killed
by the too free. use of Standard Oil
' (kerosene) and this reminds us that
the too free use of Standard Oil
killed (politically) a very clever
Floridian quite recently.

As yet Jackson county is without
a Democratic nominee for Sheriff.
Aooording to the .Executive Com-
mittee's report the two candidates
for this important office, H. H.
Lewis and B T. Morgan' tied-each
receiving 1023 votes. We chal-
, lenge the State or a larger eqial
division. It is mot known vt Jnit
what steps will he taken tt Ionauk
the tie. The Executtive Coiunvaittee
meets Mon day to take nciion i,, the
r matter.-_Maruana Times Com ier.
11 ---
I According to Ihe Oainew-ille Star
s that town is making oni: quite
well without the liquor saloons.
No doubt of it; they niatsage .sontc
* how to get enough liquor to keep
" from perishing to death -Penmicola
I vews.
It don't require much liquor to
f keep Qainesville people from "per-
e fishing to death," but we don't
know that the editor of the Pensa
cola News could live here--expect
r he'd soon be "spitting cotton" if
e he was here.
a Pouroil upon the troubled waters.
i -ditorial paragraph in Times-
SUniou, Junae 12.-It was done-
I .barrels of it-prior to June 7-pos-
t sibly soi since that date-but the
i waters are attil troubled. Probably
s no paper in the State knows quite
' so well as dons the T,-U. Just how
t much "oil" was used and where it
* came from.




The Jap-Russian war will prob-
ably win -he- distinction of beink
At".of the world's greatest wars.
'X galne the Civil War-when
Amjit a1sE stauo4 wai pitted
lgalinlt Awerleas manhood, and
brother fought brother unto the
death, ha bequaled the fighting of
the Japs and IRalanm.
Since hIe lalt primary many of
thle tate editors are talking less
.bout politics and wore about peas,
104"f, p e And this change is
ammarsaglage q qfh ( politic, and
*uo# -* and paaoa a tld [low
ta the motto, ees sand "atar4s"
make a better diet than too much
"crow," anyway.

. During the past year 5390o arrests
a ebsa made by police officers
iupwse.-- This is indeed a
Sod) or lor ,ty of
ni_ 0a ti8k of it i Me
thU btt her population
Si Il "limbo" lI the abort
lope* of twle soeAtha.-Mariama

Per e~gj uehabefore the


_Ott ....

In $Wtck, and are constar
fang "1p-to-date" Shoe
Women and Children,
prices an'd of the best i

We call,.

Particular attention to
4Brockport" and Mens'
ica" and "Walk Over"

J. D. Matht

k lS160unIJ I Uh&liai AinfloaI~


.The G1Gaine1v1I

itly receiv- a
s for Men, -
at popular ,

the Ladies
"All Amer- ,



r pan
Joffn Ctmpany,

Is sonethnes hard to keep pace iith,.
our facililles.are equal to all len,,.
whether you want to build one in.
oj e dozen. You arson the right ,,.
the right lind4'bf lupber when }(,, .a
ourW ,k Wdeain all kindl ,( i..
ing Material for outside and iniisi, h
to complete any Awelling, hotel. 1.
factory. Tell us ybur.wants. w\t ,
do the resLt.

-' .l N I..
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Robt. McClellan, E -RS


AND EfIBALIER. Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and 'wiue. Walrus Leath,.r
Strict Personal Attention Gi to Stril, or Sides. M.Inufacturers oi the JAMES DOIG IMPlI.)\.IH
Strict Personal Attention Given to 1NGI.ISII SF:A ISLAND COTTON GIN.
All Business- in This Line. Tele- G I I CO
graph and Mail Orders Atten Promptly. .

|PIC UR FRAMS Air Line Railway
X .**l,'I, !nle 1:ffrctive December 7, 1903.
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies. 3 1 .... Jasile. ....Ar i^ o 7"1
GA NESVII.L 1 iU Iu I 5 -31,i Waldo ..... oa 4 <.I a, .',,
SGA INESV IL 'i .' IN HSVILLE Lv 7 14a 1 4-I'
.I'|, I. I .I Ar 7 14a .
,Ijsessesses 4 se4,4, eeelX*^%4+.%+%4, +%%1%+-+1 A Ir Cedar Key . Lv 4 5n .
_____ '______ 1 Silver S prngs .... .

l .. [l )ae City a. : I ;"
Plant L'ity . .. 9 231, ,) 156
S. I'alnmetto . 4 -151 7 I

Nt)W11I A NI) .S' 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEAN-i 5b 7
Call on me when you want to buy ,. i,, i<,,,,Mi. ,a 7 sup .Lv Jacksonville . .. .3 ,3
f.\r .', .-.1n1l,. ,I, sa 1 15 n p Ar Lake City . 5 pI
/- s.^. __ m. 43.> \ I t I n-n I'nck 12 u pl Ipn .5P Ar Live Oak . b 351' -.1p
A. m~~ Ar 2'., . 1 4 I I 5.'a Ar Madison . 7 51) .I'
A r1 m i 1 .a Ar Monticello .. 9 1,,, i
SA I knnia rk 3 S7p1 2 o2a Ar T lahassee ... 9 .. .. ; "P
Horses, M ules, Buggies, \r 'l .. ...... 3P 3 5 p Ar ucy .. ...... 171
M l s .\r n,,. 7 1%IP .5 5.ia Ar River Junction .... .. i p
C' arriageS \W agons- Ar 1 lnil. let ., 5 51)' 8,5 Ar Pensacola . . .p
SAr t ilningl,,n 12 o5p Ar Mobile . .. .
H arneP.S B Hridles Ar tsot I,, I ill. p t 9 6;%, Ar New Orleans . .7 25

1 d ,o tc. I j r .n hn n 0) I P P A c onrvi ........ .. |..
&addles etc. r V : in S ;l % a.3 121) .
%r 1.'.nahninon, 'a.. 4i 351 3 i21 Atlanta. .. .......... 7 501
.%r 14 n.lhing, ina u8 ju Chattarooga ....... '"P
\r i',tm ,r,. .a S 1 25) Nashville . . p
\r II'lnli- "1 I 3\") 2 50Sa t Louis . .. ......
\r New Vork 14 51 6 30a Chicago .. .... sa
Sri TlHl A l. '<, Ii-ctl' n 1, n .ir i- .'nlietto'ru, iinatet-'. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except l ir
I i 1, '., ..irnn l
W I rinAI .N',i N |, -'ealjoarI l lixpres,, drawing room I'ullnaan sleepers- I t0ein
''.tlil.t, J.ank.. Naville ial N'-vw Vurk. \ia Richmond and Wasnington. Vt'ilhnuled
vI ItI,,e l dn lhetlienri Jacksonnille an.l Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
Gainesville d* cr ar rn Jackvile.
v.., l', ,.-aHl, nril .n1,i r lay cuacnhes, nil, 111 baggagp and e press car I-ti meani
SI a"k,' i- 1 ;laa .i W'l:onl', ina nl dirawining room MPull pii sleep rs between I.nnIlln
I ,in -k--,in t-l 'nI i NdNt.w ','rk
X4Wssess*5 454" *%- +:.S k *+ \1 ani t Li i Stark for l.aCrosse. Alactu, Williferd, Wanmere tail i.i-r-
S -in al il Arci-her will ],arly Bird ranch.
S .Ma at-~n ta,,r 1We,, i' anlnI ]tavana. -Leave Port Tampa tnundays. Tnes aa9s anni,
S '. I lSi an I )N I..I t et. a.% eil' ns. Agent, Jacksonville. Fla.
E.i C.'.ii l'lt I ticket e t.Ganes iile.

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and will advocate such candidates for office I Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through Atlanta
as the editor conscientiously believes are the T and Chattasnooga,
people's best friends when principle, experi kound Trip Rates From Galnesvlll
ence and ability are all considered, and, 4 $44.10 $36.80
while friendly suggestions are always wel- ',, I til ,,, n sale daily. Good sixty
pomed, the policy of THEE STAR will be con- '" r I 22.35
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D. 'ODWIN' editor ty ftJuly 11, 1908dl g,

Oalresvllle, Florida. i .
Namr... n r o ST TIONa p alt esUB.d "
Ntwedwt b sba ~e' li Sunday.~

The first reports of the burning
of the steam hip "Generl Slocunm"
did not tell the whole story-it was
worse flm' was at first thought-
the list of 4#e Is aidto have gone
beyond even hp.dred. -t wqa oqe
of the most appalling accidents that
eves happened" I this ~noutry.

It wouldn't be a bad ildea ijn
"Governor Broward" to put away
for future reference a few copies of
recent issues of the Times-rnion,
Metropolis, Florida Index. ,aiien.,.
yile Sun, Ocala Banner. Pumnta
Gorda Herald, St. 4ugustine Rec.
oyd, and a few others of their kind.

'e.Ta-Times~lmatoSwants Mr. %A.LA
Sao to be brod.vtlnded- AjlaNft 1:ifld
broueod 046401 .1 09ift to talkeIin Opposie lBrownI-ouse..
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