The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
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Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
June 24, 1904
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note:
Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .

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S. W I I P -.a -.- "tter Without a Husband. His ltonor Mayor W. R. Thomas andx
S lll O w e sent p y County L C E UL k I L er.a eCers Wi 10 Via & re iesvillc;s nicest young family will leave tomorrow for a few

IS THE RECO DN )sag -paor a edInTe FOURTH OF JULY. r:I. te".rl t P.l;.)ul.oeof nt
---- he county jail on charges fofd-t unkeness.4' e.-: I "k. -1 t's d wass trole t tin lA ie sI ht d
SWa 1 iner Schooloft.hle Suth at *iilxii l. :k .lat "I I, a, itl
w is t hs for. L.ess. Thin On r T ii. hhis arg- ehe Biggest kind of ia Time is 'Tean., m-rrq ItimentS have .hoi ..o fh; ii. i
Wt 1 eI k. hae.r dr ik eor ,t.lud i Mlason veterday. Ara ha lve .n. s ursIon traii, wi l l ot I -'t .l c t i week. l' v l t se 1
l erday..A. 1.pI ce, lelit service, leane Jacksonville : .A, ".1 I,, t .ti", fel l nll eto sell'
,--C -aies id gent priciplly neigh- hJun S27i, Knoxv e ......... i ,',, ." r,, t .". sy -t1) t
RI"E-STRICKLANI) NUPT i L orsi Mr.Well4, were sworn auort ceantll A K .os frlro ndnod
feriLed to the rnkenabitsaof.trlSle Tb organizer, o o ltmen sl ti Ot n A tilt utirigts et arid thatat ""rds are tl Tise Celebrated New Y
e. :-. l"ift,,ut So wore he .vas cruel to -.The orlinier, In .his efforts to "select sh ca t ,,, t -.', Il tt g "larrie l,, "' ThCebatd.ol Ny, Y
gh-Morrison, Massey-Barton hs y3eCl a oes I not ;o Plenty to Eat. Plenty to DrinK i Sta ea tie y gdieor il f OeGULIST.
Wolfe-Dyess and Zetrouer- 'I though the defeudaant had been inr Plenty to See--The Florida Rilway off rs the most fltteg the yon ren wni,, f' we ito hv. methig f te srt call Will Visit Gane lle
Adkins Nuptials. jail several days he was apparently not Prorar i iucer nts. The rates will e the same C. Stevis, jeweler, High Springs ay 2 p. m to Frid
Fully over his last terrible drunk, which. over all road, but the GS. & F.-and A. -. I on ,iu ,n tell him what the Star Ii
DUrkke-StrIcklatnd. iit is said was on l'etuna, or soe other At the iV ,urth of July celebration in K. & -N makes the runr severall hours Try Pag markt for be t t,, slys ait it, at. we glrantee you wil
Last Wednesday afternoon at 4 ,clock [patent miedicinte that is coulposed for this city there will. be plenty tb eat, quicker. Besides the teachers of 'lorida r -. Ite treated right.! 'ttc
i.s Nolie Belle Stricklanl, thclicharuiing the most part of meau whiskey. lety to drink n ad lots of fun The have often traveled over the other routes Hon. W. A. Strickland, Paradise, wa I r. n Mrs. A. R. Jos hae gne to
d accouiplished daughterof 0lon. an.,l After hearing the evidence, and consid-. aimuisele its ,,ill.consist of galuies, tour oil excursions to tAsheviile, Chattanooga In the clty Tuesday. -St. Agustine, where tlhey ill reside in EAMX A
rs. W. A. Strickiand,.of 'Paradise, was ering the same, the court gave tie defen- aRUIItsI- racing, feats of streiigth and atnd other points, whilst the A. K.. & N. E. .Voyle, the ablstract .man, visitedI future. Mr. Jones is a traveling man ai l )r.Corthll will
ited in marriage to Mr. Pascal Groover dant a wholesome lecture, imploring hini skill, parades anld the great naval battle will take us-over a country new to us, Jackaotville Wednesday itis for c iiencie that the change is ville Weekly during thi
rke, of Quitman, Ga. The ceremony to do better when liberated, and then on dry land between the Russalns andi which iti mountain scenery 1a surpassed If yul want to iuy, rent or sell a tinade. Mr.I. Joi.s who performed by Rev' L. W. Moore, of sentenced him to ninety days at hard Jpanese. hands of music, fire depart- nowhere on the continent. The scenery house-See M yoir'. J'' ei BIirnetthas mT,,y friend here who
*ala and in the presence of a nuinher labor iti the county jail, but announced nmeit, display drills The following pro- Ion the road from Atlanta to Knoxville 'is W. N. Wilso visited his ora, grove regret herremr val. i Springs, Saturday
relatives and friendsof thie bride., that all of the tiuie'except tenda, s would gratt will he carried out to the letter: thing of beauty and a joy forever. on nUke Weir Wednesday. y Every time we hiaiir of some fellow Newherry, Monday, Ju
The marriage was at the Methodist be remitted during good behavior-the ROGRAM The school needs no introduction to Capt C A. Neal, of Oceola wasa getting drunk on v"'eruna,' or atn-e %%*st s63,
urch a few miles from the hornm oftle ten t days to be spent it jail order to 8:3 The Gainesvalle Silver Cor- t people of rida er o the city yesterday, ter patol .eniui, we are
:jo.-ordertoi-e.Gain ethe people oflidast Oum ,er f ,500 weretbtusineass-visitor- to thcitye-sterda.- ..othero0 A tt t are
ide, but on Tuesday evening, thi even- sober up--and the ordr of the court was net i Tand.will parade the streets in atteidaniclast summer from 26 differ. T.Bardinad B H, Powell, of igh re"i" ed that every city and tow .-oul
g preceding the marriage a delightful that if the defendant eever'got .drunk 9:ond.ig. .Tire Bicycle To ament, ent states. Those who wish to bave- Spria. swered i the city Wednalday. o a ck la'. an that "iu ho TtAX DEED NOTI
a. ietiaetBeve o k a. i. Te B le torna enut. ne w othecyWed dav. have tok lw and thit tht htgs
eptiown was held at the Strickland again the sheriff must take him without Knights in full costume .. ourse 1oo ns.ume. outing in the Blue Ridge mouni -. .. whether they a eave four lega or oe1tt two, t Notice of application for
e bride hadbeen further trial to the nes to serve the .r te tly trin-et doky morntainsr and thearsev. Bif oger ang stations. Speretturneo som S n .per..tte. to. n s ff Ch.ptr
Tne bride had been one of the efficient ninety days iat hard work. miles-per hour. If tile Knight lives he Ch howee.s surronndring Knoxville, can. Marliara, where e- went to bury rend. eet. Notice is hereby give
(d very popular teachers in the (;aiies- The defendant pleaded piteously to be ride the course not be better accommodated anywhere. J L. Medlin. a iaval stores operator at i you have a set or piece of h 'lThoras purchaser of tax
lie Graded and High School.for s veral liberated at once, and offered to sign any who gets the most rings will get $. He Te uinfral watersnd pure air will add points lin evy county, Wi.s hereTuaeday.- ^that looks so.baily that vnu are asihhni4 ,ated the 2nl lay A
ars, and she will be greatly misseis in kind of an obligation never to drink in- who,"eta the roses to the cheeks and strength to -the J. S. -rwin and Geo. M. Rogers were to use it, don't throw it away but iake it 1 ha fled said certifica
at institution. toxicants again, but tile court thought it 9: a. sM. The Cake Walk body.- Th line from Atlanta to Kno:c-- (i ttie city Wednesday frot. High to Thomas sales, leave t o da, sd h i h t
famheynextnuber.of.r.n.s..2.50.o aet a-small o it will he'so cleaned and lst: in accorihaee with
After the arige the happy oug bs for theeedantis aily, couples taking part in this contest will vlle,(A,.K. & N. Ry.Is the most scene Springs.. repaired that ot would not recogle it. icl embraces the follo
uple took their departure for their the general public, to keep hi in jail prance in front of te judgeson the band route in the country. It Is the only atan- Miss Salile Perry, of Rochelle, is the Don't throw/old haness away; bayq odrt t All
ture home, at Quitman,; ail they may until liquor could be gotten out of hi tandncers wil is stantence. gueet of Col. and Mrs. l C. s. sanche, them cleaned. 16 g hdditep T onnesvsie.
el assured that the best wishes of a system. vVe think the sentence is ap- Toe second best will get 50. Thos who .cannot join us at Jackson-thi city. Dr. Merritt ortel, the oculst and beitgl at the dalte
altitude of our people do follow theimn. proved by the general public, and hope o a. m. es. Sack Race- veshould do so at Atlanta. Have your -. .. -.. ediada pecalst, of nterlachen, wa at the of Cten the
The STAR joinsmany others in i he e you please, gt allo. Juptickets read "Via A. K. & N. Ry. fron, rDr.. L. Kelley: returned Wedtletaday pecalBr nt Ho oe ysterl an' t the ofoa fr eh z eate-i the
r Mr. and Mrs. Burke a longand lappy forced on accotu.t of Mr. Wells drinking crawl, roll, tumbe. Any dway. Atlanta.. o a abusess visit to Palakai Jac- B ro e y s lte n wt hoa o deme aero t l
le .agil. mer gets $2. Second rx. Foot Race--oo* For further information address the who need treatment of the ye, D. 4.
yard dash. Winner, 3. Second 50. Organizer,ho will personally conduct A. U. Hilleary of Wannee, and W. batting glass. Dr. Corthell'. next ,Wt ueMs y f oflal asigl
Pgh-Morriason. smb.g th e Greased Pole.-nd.So on .the excursion. Yours truly, Dow, of St Petersburg, were n the city to Ginesville will be on Thursday ad til the 9th daof
Mr. W unM. Pugh, of Lei.A I io, FTC. top. The one who climbs the pole aind JNO, W. WID.DpMAN, yesterday. Friday, July 4 and 15, after which he Cle C < C
rrivd:l in the city yesterday, and( as Will Celebrate His Seventy-Ninth gets the money can have it. The pole Organizer. Any one wanting a well driven will wi intake regular weekly visit to th orda. er 8. H. W
let here by Mrs. C I. Murrisou, (,f Birthday. will -be well greased, Anyone can get it. please ll on ewis, t city vry Thurday ad .
elrose, aid the tw oughlit< out ,i, if he don't slip. Catching the- Greased t -- Advertised Letters. V.- .aav at ana. d TAX DBED NOT
g.lre aN .wid l t,,,u t ue Mason -d i:,foruiedtht o i.~l oldest Al1dotligilvy reeipeCtedtcitizenl greased and turned loose. Tine one wio. office at Gainesville, Fla., for-the week "uaen of Alhichus" was trnmat g iting business r H., ApR. dap
lot their one great desire %,,s t') gt. ill Lott ,I' lce rateif s seventy .ineth greased and turned loose. The one who < e at GainesIille, a. for the week aeyesterday. BrooklytN. Y.; Aprit 21, '99. Plorida.
arrive. Their on genialt desire ,i1su. t1 bi. ', .nd etluis setelty that a -un.catches him can have the pig and a$2. No ending Junlie 18, 1904 Persons calling hee yesterday. r 1. G ddin, notice i hereby yve
tarried. Th~e gen,.ial Judge,- tue u Iir i-,,V iit i suexpectehl that a wwunkS-" erirGil
license, and then aid th e, i au l ,hi ,rIoe ot te inerabe olld gentle. use to try if you are b.w-legged. 5o for same should say advertised and give Quite. crowd from tile place will take ear S:-Will you kindly nform o rchase o
acted the pltdges which uit, Nih ,, ,. ,,,, ,ighers, snsin-law Yard )ash -For colored boys under 15 date. One cent is due on each letter., advantage of the excursions to. White by returnall if you can senl your 50c. filed said certicate in
nil South by making Mr Puiiglih A lio. bitA, ,h < h',.,-u- :u t, ', grand. childreri years. The course will be obstructed IADS. Springs Sunday. bottle of IIai (G'ower the Unparalleled basmade application for t
nd ilrs. ;. .Morrisoni of lhloi, .A 't.I.. .,i e.u, ,,it .,i i,,,,,li,,,,sAis, ,ii great with hurdles. etc. Winner gets $2. See- Mi Hai.tie Blocker, Emma Hailon, The family of Mr. W. P. ee has re- (Trade Mark) and if sos I will send you in amordanc with law. I
When the narriageas over, a, i i n, ,, h ,I,,, i,,, great family nod gets$. ,Miss Charity Bowls, Mrs. Florence Mc. moved from the Turner residence to the a potal note for the eame. Please inform emby es s the follow des
room had "saluted the bri h,-t Judc ,i : the ech.t,,,io,. i. :3o a. m.-The Great Russian-Japa. Cooley, Mrs. Mary Cole, Edith Detwiler, Oak Hall house. me the amount ot postage if it can be twit: Lot o, Block
lason was kind enough to iijlrodt, thie i ," .',, ,,u -,:,- oic f tin largn t st ese Naval Battle. The first gun will be Miss Lula Jewell, Mrs. ?allie Halnes, Miss Senims of Micanopy arrived in mailed. edition to Gainesville. The
ditorof the Star to Mr. and Mrs. i ug,, ,,t :gI iu,,<-aulies ofas y firrd at 11:30. Admiral Kondratovitch Mrs. Sallie Haines, Mrs. Cherry Hetire, the city Wednesday and will spend a When in Florida the winter of 18997 itg assessed at the date of
a iand '98 I used five bottles of tho twenty. such Certificate in the na
nd after offering his cingratulati.ols l 1 Iis fi i contunand of the Russ.ian squadron an Miss Matinda Igdon, Miss Antna John week'visitiig friend. fiv e et sie ad ve bottles o i twenty suchIl unless said certthe nam
Inc editor sai "'r hI gh, alic iu i tIi- i re Adunital Kuroki i command of the son, Hester John Miss J. Miller n a pro t itien r ee to
mnown the lady long?"' "No sir," the li i ,i, i,,I thl last sevirl 'ears. Japanvse fleet. Tis battle will be fought Miss Addle ..Smith, Mrs. Nancy Staley, business an of Archer, was in for fifteen year, and now I wouldlike to issue thereon on the lI th
eady reply "never saw each orlhei, ul .... I, A,, u .,, 1 i, i tile. lhouie of to a fiishl, no quarters asked or given. Miss ldith Williais, try it one more i I can get it. 1t04.
ollay an.d we never wrote n !.I I .I ,' A ,, .. 'i l' MI The Gainesville ii"re Department will urn- tINTI.MN. ainevil ay.ours truly. tnes ny oica sign
Either" Are you going back t.i ,.,. .:,;. I .,.., I i i the fther pite this fight, Haid there is going to be fR. F. Itoulware, Ruby Herman, John Mrh Idith luuter and danghltgr visit- 59 Hicks St. J. W. HAVNas. this the 9th day of June, A
lie grolnl was then asked I, an.. I. .,, ,,. .,:,. i ,.-,,,- i Mr. soutetlfing doing. This battle will settle Cannon,, J. F. Evans, 1.. W. lindley ed Mrs, Jno. uuilan, and other friends State of Florida, C rcuit Conr Al
N. ir; I going to fay n I ., Mrs. ) M. Rivers the war in the I.ast. Wil tloyd, Mr. Hlasdwin, Mr. Lucy in High Springs Tuesday. Count of Alaca, Florida. Per S. II. We
an.e how." Andi as lie so s,,l ,I lI. ill. I ihi.t, n t ..t.un ,.t I i,,,ev'lle's :3 p m.-Merchauts Carnival Pa- Hunter. W. II. Steinneyer, Ton Thomnas. Judge iMcConathy, a prominent legal eri ona nee before the sub-
ii hInI g. gently oin the hri.le'', ,liil.hi r, 1Ir,lhg I ;., i., nl,1 g ,ti. rliev. grand rale. Beautiful decorated chariots, G. J. AINOW, 1'. M. light of Ocala, was transacting legal ble- scriber, a NoLura Public, in and for the MASTBR'S SAL
l they bothull smiled. cilit iin .i ,rvt i griI cinliren. floats, carriages, horses, etc. $1i fo the licass in the city yesterday. State of Flori.Ia, t large, S. B. Giddings, Iidir and by virtue of
most appropriate float. i. o for the best bend the Facts, 1Lr. C. M IJove of Leesburg passed who beiag duly sworn by me deposes and Foreclosure of Mortgage, m
lassey-Baton. decorated carriage. Rev. W. J. Carpenter, a leading te-n. through the city Tuesday on his way 10to hiu y thll>oJl hyO j.w.Iy a mana b rIonorablet JT. W
I)r. iartlett Massey, of n tIl Iwo Sad deaths. 2:3o p. rm.--The Honorable Christo- perance worker and pastor of the Metho- White Springs where he goes for Ills wlioni hlie hard never seen or heardof, flrcuit Couirt for the E
bnl's Julia llarton, of Rocky luiin, we .Mrl.nrini.ia. June 21-.hM,.. M. 1 Ihluore, pier Matheson, of Gaineaville, will de- diet church in Gaineaville, Fla., liasissa. health. also that Ine had no kcnowledg, ot the Circuit of Plorida, in and
nairriedl at the houseof the brile,s stter, altr ,a Ir.,lnge.I .il1t.., ,hl-d saturday liver, from the baud stand, a regular uli- ed a notice requesting any person, minais- The many friends of Mrs. W-B P'bhlfer Umnarallele 1air Grower, nd as far e on the Chancery aide of
Irs Van Tailor, near Rocky 'onit nigh. Shue le, e- t o daughters aid fashioned Foqrth o( qly o0aiou. ter or layman, who has aly authentic in- will regret to learn that she is still quile he nows uoone had nltenced him to wherein L. C. T racy, is
We'linesday qaorning, the cere1mnonly i>e- one s'.n, tLgetlier with her ,deoted hus. .:3o p. mn.--1aseball at the Hall I'ark. formation showing the beneficial effects ill, a'sd will sincerely with for lher early send it, and that the man has never re. and T. EI. Widennan is DI
Ug perfuorined by Rev. T l hay, ptistor Ianl lo u uouirn her Ideath. She had a The Starke Champions and the Gaiues- of prohibition, either moral or from a recovery, celved asythin b for sending it, FeMdiuand Bayer, as SpeCiu
tbe Istrst P'resbyteran church, tli., h' t ,,irient-, ant, l.,edl one,. T"he body ville ball t eams will play for a purseof busesea point of view to comnunlcate JusticeJ. L Stokes of LaCrosse, and a ody oNs ovpbidv thi P oott loethee
ily. was taken to greenwood, her former 825. This will be known as a Heart is.- with himnt as soon as possible. lie is go- Hon. W. M- Ilitdi of Santa Fe, were S. Omzit as !D. D. t the oity Of Oaneavil e.
i lieo iraana tproniuen rigin phty hioue, anil thire interred in ithie fsannlly ease game. l ng to prepare a folder for the use o( in the prominent visitors to t.Ie city N. RtvBBBs ounty, PiorIda, on Moday
icTel ot iabana ait bride is the graucyanl There will be music all the time. temperance people or those in favor of Wednesdypro. nentv aiorsto hecty Notary n u.lic for thh ntate of riarda of July, A. D. _1e904.bltw
'luarmniig and accomplished daughter of just as the bereaved friends and re Plenty of. n oise, fireworks, ad ul that prohibitllo ato the local ption elections, d. E. Knight,. Alachua; lI. J. Knight, aSolt hy I)r. S. 1. Gibbings,. Gainesville, der therefore all theto ftllhi
lu. I, V.'. L. Iarton, of Rocky 'oiit. litives aere lbidldiung their .ast tribute goes with a good old Fourth of July cele- which will slow the advantages of pro- laCrose; W. eart Otter Crk and ad A. tepenspiece, parcel or traeteof "lootn
Ii.1,... ratio Cheap rates on all railroads, hibntnon where il hbaa ucenu tried under Wau.roe; Wnl. *cartyv, Otter Creek, an ad A. Stephensoond the Postoine pleeeounr Flor rd att jlan
lhie brAR, with other friends etendls there cae a messenger learilg the saaisdeh ra nlesla favorable circmsrtcea lTi foder w Ja R. ma.rowh Kirkwoowe were in th rhS ore ar trid un detrlodlyin t
r.,ngrat>llatious and best wishes. ,news of the drow ing o, a nephew of the be an aid to the cause in any county city Wednesday. .--..- .. -- -- ---. o.... uth-weit corner of th
-- leclaed, who was a son iof C. A. lsones Card of Thanks. where an election is being held, and will Rernember atd target not that Gaines. BILL POR PARTITION, carter of the north-ew tott
r. W olfe of-D a ud Mass hearts d ovcf ownI that h ai not ee IF itor Star:- Perm it m e througBh the offset unrell ubleliterature circulated by ville Is to have a big Fourth of July ceee. Cin the r ircuet tourt of the l ri th Ju of Ra inge ev t n
I orenace I)yess of North Gainesville were touched -efore. I hm young mnan, nie- nieni f their sutht you can attend. analfo t ang so)acres. lmet
..lo......).o o. io...,ill.r.. .... ,r port in th rcun >. t you .. .tt.nd. f-riacer. and _al.. .n.r the tenemen
ulitel inunanuae Wdneday Re. 5 lemn ear enn, as ne uu ~-~ "--- ---, -- ~mirh M, ~~ ~ sat litleunese nusappnenncelS

UnlUted in marriage Wednestlay, Rev. 1. leen years ol0d, was one o our uetiorida nnant Co.pa1 ain ti
IW. King, o theSecpud Adyent Chris hat goes to make up a temperate )ng prnimarcs. Well Pleaed With Our Mr. and M. W. M. Pepper nd little ly Complanant, Cone- mt or n appaywo appe
in ,A t so left Wednesday or Mouuta Jke- have received the nomination and sui "eft Wednesday for Mountain Lke o
in chlurchperfornt etepd crepo iy. ..- lia Correspondent coaverecemitted to an outlined policy. Asa Rev.. Nelson Barker, of Cheny Chase Park, Md., snd will spend a moath- Knickerbocker Trust [ill for arttio.. '. H. Wid e
Mr. and Mrs Wolfe went inmuediately I Rev. --II Itogers. past of the first ber of the School Hoardllege, Washl gton, D. ., is In Florida there ad in Philadelphia. Company t' hreln to pay aid.
afler the marriage to their home at Gra- iapst Church, his city, he de- mber of tile School board I willact In looking for a location for a hboe. He was Mr.1e Clya'of inehille
alan, and the good wishesoftheir Gaines- .easei lin s former pastor, was called teatly codtitethe same as Sperinten- city yesterday by Rev. W. J. Caer vtor to Ocia Snday, .ing the gueat Upon Ilon f W Baker, Solltor W o PA at. '
le friends followed them. by wire to Marianna o conduct the fu- lent of Publie instruction. will be fair and expressedhlself as beingwel of his brother, M ers W. W. ad Ver. for the lorida La Conpany, d it Coplas s olltor.
Zetruer-A--- ale vices. to all individuals, sections and interests. ed with our city. non Clyatt.-Ocala manner Junea,. pv e ustled calths t t he d soe -
r A Zetrouer-Adko* J. L. K E.LLRV, M. D. In behalf of tie people of G4neaville. If it is Job p utntang you want ustL asnd Knickerbocker Trust Compny and Wel fate.
Afryour order to the bi e. It wilr have amoes1R. Whitt,
anlMir.h M A.iZetrA. r' Akin ,of Aawthorn An vitation. I The foregoinug was intended to appear the STAR would like to Welconre Rev yourt tothe tna or. aid w ric hav e o ae nd whhita er, tare not odhabitants Iy< t have ty property (it
e arri last Sday, an will nake A number of peonswho are not sub- I last Tuesdays Star but was received Ir. Barkeras alnanent recent of the i t a t ,and work and p or I the td e t r am a
th'ei, future home at Rochelle scribers to the ST',at will receive copies. too late for that issue -I-ditor.) city. Jack 'n,' JNew berry; iasymond Mis- pearance herein, and tlat the Knkker. me full seriptfon and lo
DomeaRochecker 'r Coneny Ia a resident a;d terms, etc. i cn fid your
nhe groom is a popular young man of of todlays issue, and we trust that every 'l ,. ..-. .- .. all, High Syrings; i'rol. J. UI. Coffee, tenof o Stat- o lNn or sr. re -I'a le n BA -
ochellle, and the bride is the attractive., "ni subscriber who receives a copy w\\ Waldo: W. B. Anderson, Wade, aid L. sides in the City of New York, there Alto .
'laughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Adkins, consider it apn invitation to become one. W. Jck Oca, wde in th city on havin prce, an that J
of lawthorn. I The paper is only one dollar a ear, ai d .4 4.. o. 4< 0, 0%4W %4 0*W 4A4W4 g g M4 0ie4 4 Tuesday. K. W aker a rdent d cten of
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t'acahoota Monday afternoon. He had can afford to send it to hundreds six K P tc h l Agh. Wa ao I Catp AlaHe 1 ad lm aker Tare l h d '
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sympathy in this ter htour f sre st Information reached the city last night not grumble at the print either. y wmeat. ,&ee il W
rer. of the death o Mr. John Ut. Taylor, at Strila .
his home at Bayport. Florida. We Stevens. : Sher Fe l returned a f.w d.,
isve been able to get no particulars about agseo fMHt Atl t. ,W *'1* t.-a .le
Attatia lK. of P. the death, though it Bm.t have be u. JEWELER, v fr. oEo.e Alrstl. or IsatriMe, whoa1 ,
here will be a Ttmular commuication sudden, as none of Mr. Taylor's friends been the. under tr a 7littDr.J. :a f .'
o t-Vernon L igW os So- X. of P. at here hbad heard of hIs being ll until hit a Hi h SprIngS, Florida. n ttlt* oD. )U. m t
their Castle. Ha1111 Teady evening at man, W. B. Taylor, received by wire the CPA colored o nr n a*ar* ea o HU, Ctjo f a
4ciock. ad news .. Adeath.. A Wat I $
WA fall 4 W4I DYVisitors. Mr. T.YlLWas formesW aa aprm^i's'.tOw

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Tax Deed unn-
4888, Laws of Vi
f that W. R. '
certificate No.,'
of July, A. D.
tein nmyoffice,
for tax deed t>
law. Said cer-
wing described
achua county,
lock 27, Brush's
Thaie aid land
of the issuance
name of Thos.
:ate shall be re-
7, tax deed will
day of July, A.
atture and seal .
L. D. 1904.
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la ouf countyy
ienges, D. C. ,.
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r Tax Deed m-
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laid certificate
cribed aoe.
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a said land be
the issuance of
e of Annie P. .,
ficate shall be
, tax deed will
day of July, A.
attre and seal
. D. 1904.
Ichua county,
enges, D. C.

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Opens and Organizes at Chicago

Great Enthusiasm.

Name of Haaniia ind Roose-
velt ..Elicits Tremendous
Demonstration-An '

Epitome of First
Day's Doings,

The republican national convention,
the thirteenth In the party's history,
met in Chicago at noon Tuesday and
organized for a three days' session
Weather predictions were 41p
ing. There was a sugage
in the air, and the a rusg-
gle all the a* clouds bank-
ed up a ." Froesh breee..ys
jii ', sot cold the tem-
4", '"n in doors, out of reaoh'
.' rt.e, ibe day wes hot.
Fiye acres of seats under the areoes
of the Coliseum began to fill by half
past 10 o'clock.,
At 12:16 Acting Chairman Payne
called the convention to order.
He the. Introduced Rev...TiUothy
P. Frost, pOtor of thea lKet Metho-
dist olumpgt Of Evanat n, Ill, vbo
pronouaod the Opening prayer.
Senate cott on behalf of the Chl-
g.,i ommltts5 *Ihch cO-
w lth tha 1a4o1a0l Commlt-
til ransei iWta r the conven-
pr :fl~ attola)o Chair"
C. poaye With a hand-
S.., k ..
*Mu.1 eapte*ed bhi approcla-
.tieS fiIl the gtPt, sUd at once announce.
4d that *1t; taay ilmer Dover, !,f
qn ation_, <*ommlltteo, would read
'te of the convention. Mr. Do-.
6d delegated Mr. Malloy, of Ohio,
..',ie Of the Teading clerks, to do tho
.; readin.I WhIen ho reached the alx-
-.iiatna 'fl the call, "M. A. Hanna,"
: '-o.wvention broke Into s-pnta-
Sb -'applause and cheers.
*an. Payne recognized. OGov-
Va& Sant, of Minnesota, to prOn-
"! e table used by the presiding
Ir. It was made by the members
i t!.r South Minneapollis High Schol
.i.e said.,had been used at Repub-
S conventions in Milnnoapotlm, St.
i s and Philadelphia. He asked
A j ~hinrman to use it for this con-
4e^s0t which would nominate that
olees leader. Theodore Roosevelt.
After the applause had subsided,
i.rman Payno In a few words, ex-
Preased thanks for the gavel. He then

f'"Gi tlemen of the Convention: The
uptlonal committee has selected for
yotl', n temporary chairman, the dlon.
a! RBout, of New York."
,Thaction of the committee was ap-

-Mr. Root was greeted with renewed
cheers as hoe advanced to tho speak-
Wr' stand and began his address.
The administration's Pananma canal
i policy received a round of applause
when Mr. Root declared that "The
'Wea wings would have postponed its
astruction to another generation."
Mr. Root's challenge of Judgment on
Ste record of these republican admilo-
lgtUwations was the signal for a abshout
.S M applause. Reverential silence pro-
r ,.led as the speaker alluded briefly
Sthe assassnation of President Meo
sJ| ey and again applause as his sae-
^alJlr'u record was reviewed.
SWhen he mentioned the name of the
Senator Hanna the convention re-
in a prolonged de onsta-

^9 more striking sentences r hiea
H were liberally applauOntd.
he reviewed tn figures the It-
of the money of the' cuntrY'
mo**unced the enormous sum Qf


O of OleeWm Viotims Recovered
.WVWed ** veon Hundred and PIfty.
heirviet of vicUime who lost
:,Mlllves In the General Blocum dle
amtllnMed Tuesday All through
*U4. despite the terriflo electrical
thl t swept over the city, tie
held to their rewsome wopk
eatly tn the d"y the total number
recovered hab reached 770.
A A lairlag result of the developp
M is that the lift of nJasing has
ed almost unchels d where
t'tal of bodles ereft- exceed
H .e list of miming eoaDtIued well
at three hundred.

PO legates and Newspapea
Vl w St Louis Shww.
:1kr"ncls and the directors
Plvurcatse Expoeltiom
,the exposiUon exteml.
-to the delegates, aQ-
Smet atend-
at Ohi
view the
the ex-

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gold, doumulated.. the convention bhe
cam enthuslastlc.
SAll of these details and fSgures Mr.
Root pronounced with reference to
memoranduid. He turned hie atten-
tion to the administration's regular
'tion of truats and when he said: "But
.no honest Industry has been suppress.
ed,!', there was a round of approving
applause .
The doolarations that "tho no
tiMs Rwhich had encroaobth rbed"
right of thb public b ached,"
to an extent never OnJI m che

Sweoot lene Roosevelt wber
4 was turned over. It was
arst time he had mentioned the
erealdemt's name, and the convention
ira d the opportunity tos anppluda ,
Shorty afterward he brought In the

cheered. t '
* Mr. Root concluded with the words
"Theodore Roosevelt," and they were
l eagle to the delegates. The moet
marked demonstration of the sesrikn

lheir ealmand tossed hats convention
kerchiefs Into the a pr. A numbehtto
the comaitteemen erodedd abotat Mr.
Root, whtle the orchestra rendered a
medley of national aire.
The roll of temporary of cers of the

nd approved by the onventhe cern.
A resolution was adopted that the
roll f states and territories be called
and that the chairman of each delega-
tlon annotlce the names of persons
aetero d to serve on the several coin-

roll the nmes of tthe committee a the or-

dering of the roll call.
Senator Poraker moved that the as-
tioA of the national committee b ap-
proved and the motion was carried,
hut one voice being heard In the nega-
The call of the roll for the an-
nounceinent of members of the com-
mittee was then' begun. Owing to
confusion, Speaker Cannon asked una-
nimoras consent that as soon as a state
was called its list of eommitteemene
be sent to the clerk's desk without be-
ing read in the convention.
The motion of Mr. Cannot was
adopted and almost instantly the ae-
semblago lost all resemblance to a
The galleries began to empty, the
delegates mingled on the fioer and Mr.
Root wase surrounded by a group of
chatting triondf, while meoaengers
forced Iheir way through the crowds
to collect the committee lists. After
thits work was completed. Chairman
Root announced the time and place of
meeting of the various commltte0o
He then announced that there would
be a night meeting at the Auditorlum
at which prominent men would peak.
The public were extended a cordial In-
ritation to attend.
The convention adjourned at 2:12
intl noon WetdntedSA.N


Beautiful Structure at St. Louis Turn-
ed Over Without Ceremonle.
The beautiful Georgia building at
the world'a fair In St. Louis was for-
mally thrown open to the public Tues-
iday, and hereafter all Georglans who
visit the exposition will and a delight-_
tul readta place at which to rest and
meet ee ah other.
The Opeting was in the nature. o
an Informal reception. Thee .was no
speeknaakting nor fornmaltas of say
kind. There were no officials to turn
the buildilni over to or any to receive


Georgia Evangellet Spoket of as Vise
President on Prohi Tieket.
"Z*here has been a wonderful. ehaage
In sentiment in our party ranks in
the last ten days ooncernla the pres-
idential nomhlnationt," Mays Alonso .
Wion. haalraman of the Illinois pro-
ibltUon executive committee.
'oset all of our prominent men
have declared fr OGeeral Miles. and
I predlet itla fpiniUIation at Indlasap
olls. next week.. am P.. Jones, of
Georgla or W. Carroll, of
Beaumont, teS., will so given the seec-
and place."


dent Snds 'a 06heet for WI .
SC.,aM. ,sa5o5O htrom John D.
Okereliq hae beo aetevoed by the
amlttse at New Yh Ins charge of
ile for the widows and O ans of
,B ocm a dsatewr. rwomn$ing to
kle vat6 May 04AGt6icy In the fund
r the volmntay Obemtelbutloas had
med. ,. ,
SrealdntesvyItsai astt to o-
i Schff. Ocea let coatntilee. a ntittf
0 to th reief. .

,. ',r ,, Lai' ,0 ,


May se Charoed to ,Sleoum'e Crew.
. Some Startli ~ D1iloesure--A'lt ef
Dead Still In Deubt.

A ONew York special says Forty-
eight bhoirs after the burning of the
General Blocum the exact dumbhe. of
victims still vary g1reatiy and this may
no accounted for by reason of the fall-
ure to report to the, proper authorities.
on the part of' many who, although
officially registered as missing, were in
reality saved.
Already 69 bodies have been
ered, of which about fifty- ri
dcantfled. These I n wale "
dren, 348 wom es Thir
Ton oicrs ot arkachurch
are the dead bega
Pri t e for oenoon a m etb
g erm'an Lutheran ministers
e city was held and a program
oerivee arranged, whUe in many in
stances a Joint service will be held
over several bodies
The distresrleg concentration of the
blow of tho disaster ia shoi wt by the
fact'that la one apartment bouse la
*chiption ltr et thWe major dead,

Gboa ers hor, of Wan burlalpbtoh; S

peMany g Ithousandsetr Genera of dolls hteam

b s Collsev or Straahan Ge'trai
rksbeen steurvbed to the parelief fund.
.With an hitter osingtw nsfter the osub-e

afternoolptn st tarnsigthe mayor the inquiryel
lto wthe ocum ss is000 had bow n col-
been ordect ed secretary Cortelyou.

The session was secret, but It was

General v Biog insp rectreived general con
sboderationte. o erl
Thearsn, thes urveor Of the polanagan,
oanf the ocumnt ad a conference aayer
aternd men tried to r the Inqut. The
Into the foum dthesa loter, which ad

been ordered by Secretatesry

William Thembley, a deck hand, col-
Thed that evidence was ecret but It wasecured
showinged that somthe character of the life boat

preservers made fast by wires umint of the
general SloouIn received general con-

of the Biocum, lt quoted n an Inter-
view as marine that the ateam.r'e fire

charge l o alsa made that the life prt -
qeorvra on the TvseIs were old and rot-
ten and il most batsace proved In-
adesuate when used.

series takel froml the ocum which hav
ears witnesses black letters the nstrlpler
"Passed by United States Steamboat
Inspector, June 18, 1891.c "
William thembley. a desk hand, cor
roborat oflanagan's statement regard
ofg the defective hose, and It Is report-

showing that some of the life boats

Impossible for them to be east 'hoae
and lowered. All the men wI.o have
made these statedm.s wJl e called
ar witnesaes by the coroner. .

"Pasedby nitd Sate stara-a

Woman Qave Birth to 9abe on Burn-
ing Steamer and Both Drowned.
Several witnesses were examined by
Coroner Betry at New York Priday,
Including the second mate of the Slo-
cum, James Corcorah. Corcoran said
the fret engineer, William Conklin.,
was among the first to bihrry off the
vessel to a tug. The fire started In
a room used for storing one, Corco-
ran said. "A sight I saw on the boat
I will remember for a long time, i
guess," he continued. "I saw a woman
give birth to a child and then jump
overboard with tae new born babe.
They both died. "1 could not get to
her, the crowd was so great, and she
had no help at all. People were crasy.
The fire was all around her and she
picked up her babe In her arms, wrap-
ped a piece of her clothing about ILt
and sick and frightened as she was,
looked about for a placp in pefsi-pe
There was none. It took only a mo-
ment for her to realize this. Then she
climbed on tne railing and leaped .out
Into the water."

Plorida Editors In Chattanooga.
Over a hundred members of the
Florida Press Association were In
Chattanooga, Tenn., Friday. They via.
Cited Chickamanga Park. and left for
St Louis via assahvUle Friday night.


Cemmisleion Eetablishes a Currency
Standard for th elathmus
A Washington dispatch says: The
othballukaa charged with the prepara-
Utie of a currency stein for Panama
have reached an agreement. which ei-
tablaee a coLa equivalent In net-
ness sad weight to the dollars of the
United Statne as tbe standard, andi
which also makes the United Statea
dollar legal tender ln Panama.
Under the ti&Ma of the- agreement'
the Panama Will recoln or
convert the Columabian silver into
eolma of the sie of a silver dollar.


Slily Piece of Superatltiot Palmed Off
o Viceroy Alexleff.
A 'St. Peteraburg dispatch says: The
PatriarOh of Jerusalem has appointed
Viceroy Alexieff a knight of the True
Crews and sent to the rviceroy the dec-
*aUoa. enetalnint a. piece of the true
ea, wllth, a ettetr eXMiesslng the
hope at IIt wi preervwe him [rem all
biams and reaMe, him to come oumt vlo-
,t 'Ia hs ib lght 'or the orthodox

**-*, .*


Cooper Union hall, In New York
city, was crowded Monday night at
the anti-Parker convention called by
some of those who do not concur in
the Parker Instructions given at the
New York state convention. William
J. Bryan was the principal speaker.
and when he appeared on the platform
he was enthusiastically applauded.
Before making his address he -said he
would not name his favorift candl-
date for president, but' he made sav-
age attacks on the "reorganizers." and
vigorously oppose the nomination of
Judge Alton B. Parker, who was held
up as the candidate of the corpora-
tlons and not of the people. .
Judge hSamul Seabury, of the city
court, 'who presided, spoke of Parker
*as the candidate of the "plutocracy."
Parker Attacked.
The platform, adopted at the meet-
ing opened by, condemning the .expan-
sion rolicy of the republican admints-
tratlon. The platform continues:
"Judge Parker is -silent. Senator
Hill speaks for him. We know Sena-
tor Hill's record. As governor of the
state of New York he blocked the e-
cret ballot. As senator he opposed
his party's position on the tariff and-
the Income tax. The people of New
York expressed their opinion of Sen-
ator Hill when he was beaten for the
office of governor In 1894 by 150,000
votes. Neither harmony, confidence
nor success can now follow his dis-
credited leadership."
In the course of the resolution this
declaration la made as to a candidate:
"The candidate of the democratic
party must be a man who has stated
his principles and can be trusted to
apply them with firmness and cour-
Bryan Makes Address.
When Mr. Bryan arose he was given
an .ovation. He said in part:

"'I believe, that the national conven-
tion should not nominate the man
whom your state convention has rec-
ommended. The .great question this
year la not the money question, but
it is whether we are to hate a pl-it.c
racy or a democracy. My own pusil-
tion has been arid will.le that I shall
not attempt to decide upon the avail-
ability of Mr. Hearst or others. All
I ask that we have a man on whom
there Is not the taint of monopoly.
"Mr. Parker goes before the coun
try on a cowardly straddling platform.
The democrats of this country are
brave men. It required brave men into
stand up for democracy In 1896 I
knew in that year men in every stato
who were threntrneL with bankruptcy
for being democrats.
"What does the state platfrom
stand for? It states It is opposed to1
unnecessary duties. Who ever advo-
cated an unnecessary duty?
No Loaded Dice.
"Where does Parkecr stand on Im-
perialism? We don't know. WVhere
does he stand on the money questioiu?
Is be for gold? \We don't know. Is
he for silver? We can't tell.
Maybe he is for radium-who can tell.
"I object to playing -lIth loaded
dice. We don't know Parker'sa views;
but I am afraid some men do. My
friends, don't trust him.
has concealed his views from the peo-
pie he has made them known to the
men behind him.
"What is Mr. Ilelmont's consider
tion In the Parker candidacy? fie Is
too shrewd a financier to Invest his
money without being sure of the re-
turn of the goods.
"It has been a fraudulent campaign
They have openly bought men at con
ventions and any man who c->unte.
nancsos that work does not deserve
the office of president."


Chicago Lawyer Takes His Own Life
In Jacksonville, Fla.. HoteL.
Charles S. McCoy, a prominent at-
torney, with offices In the city of
Chicago, committed sulelde In Jackson
ville. Fla., Friday morning by cut.
ting his throat with a rasor In a Lath
tub at a hotei.
McCoy, it la said, In. the last few
days, had lost $10,000 by speculartng
in stock on Wali street through a io
Mil arm.
Mr. McCoy was la I Jackson ", eook-
lag alter a suit or John L. Davis.
against the beminole Hard Rock Phos.
phate Company.


Uncle Sam Has a Grievance to Be
Settled In Another Quarter.
Intimidation of the sultan of Tur-
key will be the ne-?t xpasloe of the
American fleet In the MedlIterramea.
sys .a Washingto dispatMcb. As soon
ase Ion Perdhiartls has bna rlease4l
sad RalaltM the bandit, has been pun-
slaed, .the formidable squadron f wwar
NlOp win leave Tanawger for Turklsh .
water Mstre"tmeat of allatosaarse
la.the ani'-rabft.

KNOX iQaUiTa M imOr m sus .

"OM oesth6m1 Keyrevs, that They kWlH 1- -
ba e OMO-.A. at.o"4ime n. At~nseasyemerl momasfes- w
EheWt.0bqs*M tb7O iAr1 de;aI'- .tietWontfe Uhe
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Nebraskan Heads Crusade
Against New York Jurlst,


Judge' 1 Otu- nced as the Candidate
,'1 Money Power-Hill and
n Belmont Also Come In for
a'- a Roast.


Millions Will Be Spent for New Lo-
com-otives and Coaches.
The Atlantic Coast Line has recent.
ly placed an order with the Da'.lwin
Locomotive Works for thirty new en.
gine. Five of them are to be "trail-
ers" for the fast passenger trains
south of Florence, S. C.; five "ten-
wheelers" for passenger service north
of Florence; five "switchers" and fif-
teen of the large "copper heads" for
freight service between Charleston.
Augusta and Sodth Rocky Mount.
The company has also placed an
order with the Pullman Palace Car
Company for thirty handsome vestiU-
buled passenger coaches, six of which
have already been received and are
now in service on the West Indian
fast mail between Jersey City and
Tampa. The Coast Line Is adding
greatly to Its rolling stock, and isa pur.
chasing nothing but the very beat and
modern engines and cars.


Well Known Mississippi Official Sai
cides in a Hotel at Jackson.
Sunday morning at I o'clock, Cap-
tain J. Ll. Mills, treasurer of Summitt.
and a prominent citizen of south Mis.
siselppi, killed himself at the Law
rence hotel in Jackson. It was delib
rate suicide, Caplain Mills having
gone to the city for that purpose.
Hie left several notes, onte to the
proprietors of the hotel, asking for
forgiveness for cmmnitting (the deed
In their house, Iui stated that he did
not have the heart to kill himself at

Another open letter was left. In
which he stated that he killed himself
because he was financially enmlasrasai-
od. and that his. d.-ath ovila t rt.-uilt In
his creditors having their interests


Cloudburt in Cuba Was More Dectruc-
tive Than First Reported.
A spiclal from Santiago de Cuba.
says The recent fall of it Inches of
rain In five hours, accompanied by a
hurricane. resulted in the leath
of more than a hundrelI persons.. The
moat severe loss was at the village of
El Cobrp, where about 60 persons were
The river rose instan'ly. dcslroylng
the lower pirt of r he village. Bodies
were rarrleil ifght miles tio the oay.
Thirty b idles were r covered.
Six per-ons wfre drownpld at Dal
qilrl, fourteen at El Caney and many
In thp surroun.ding country. Thi list
Is still incomplete.


River Impounded to Fill Pag Basin
Built by Electric Company,
The big dam of the North Georgia
electric Company, of Gaineavile ,owas
completed Thursday after nearly two
years of hard work, and at 11 o'clock
Friday morning the huge water gates
were closed down and the great and
mighty Chattahoochee was successful-
ly debarred from making fis usual un-
laterrupted run to the sea. Under
present dry conditions without con
siderable rainfall it will take from
seven to ten days for the huge basin
to fil up and the water overflow the
huge dam, which Is 31 feet high.


Probable That Fog Has Again Saved
Severs, Warships.
A dipatch from Toklo says: It la
protbble that a fOl ham again saved
'he VladI"'otock squadron. Many ru.
M ar Se extant of an me ton at sea.
be" they sr nOt confIrmed. nhe Rums
eSa ShiPs were Gsnt slghted olff Okino
selald at :30 a. a.. June 15. by a
patrol boat. Which reported the fact
1o'" Ves CAtiral Kamimura. at an
ushaaows base, wo Ia 'ft in pursuit
with hi Whole equmdroln.


pirln atD Cats He Killed Woman In a
T e0ber, W rg Yard.
The Nv, Decaur Edwards, past
dof 0 PU Me 1 s6t0st church, while
oUMi#ACt eas In his hack yn at

h abet Moetaally wos an

j||fflM,^^,-^ 1 B. >1~ a

elsewhere, though it has affected
southern Interests to some extent.
"For this reason there are at pres-
ent no great railroad movement going
on. No roads are extending, but all
the larger lines and systems are now
occupied with bringing their equip-
ment and standard to a point com-
mensurate with the business they are
called on to handle.
Roads Were Unprepared.
"The commercial and Industrial ac-
tivity marking the past several years
was unprecedented, and with few ex-
ceptions the railroads of the country
were caught In a state of unprepared-
ness. They 'did not have the means
of caring for the work laid upon them.
"Now there has come a slack In'
business, but not enough to prevent
the railroads from Increasing their ca-
pacity and equipment, though stifM-
dclent to forestall extensions and to
necessitate some retrenchments In ex-
"No single cause has brought this
condition about. The falling off la
business Is attributable to several
causes. In the first place business
never remains at the high tide of
some time past. It cannot do so, the
ebb is bound to come, though It may
be slight. I don't think that the pres-
ent depression is a forerunner of any
panic, such as swept the country Ian
1893, nor 'hard times' an'd stringent
financial conditions similar to those of
1896. But no living man can say what
the future will bring forth.
"In addition to the natural turning
of the tide there is another Factor In.
fluencing-Tusiness conditions Just now,
and that Is the presidential campaign.
The country Is always more or less In
a state of unrest immediately preced.
ing the election of a president, an-'J
this unrest has its effect on flninclal


Stalkeburg Tells What He Intended
to Do, But Failed to Show.
Emperor Nicholas, at St Peters.-
burg, has received the following tele-
gram, dated June 16, from General
"I have received the following dis-
patch from Lieutenant General Ba-
ron Stalkeberg, dated June 16, 1:20 a.
"'Yesterday I had Intended to at-
tack the enemy's right flank, but just
as our troops bad been assigned for
the purpose and were beginning to
successfully envelope the enemy's
right flank, the Japanese, in their turn,
attacked my right flank, with superior
forces, and I was compelled to re-
treat by three roads to the north."


More Youths Being Arrested in Atlan.
ta Than Ever Before.
The police of Atlanta assert that the
juvenile court of tnat city Is doing
more harm than good.
They claim that crime Is being mul-
tiplied by the establishment of the
juvenile court.
The police records will show that
for the past month more prisoners
were arrested under 15 years of age
than for the six months previous.
Outside of the criminal class many
boys are arrested on most flimsy pro-


Newly-Nominated Alabama Railroad
Commiessloner Seeks Damages.
A Birmingham, Ala., dispatch says:
B. B. Comer has filed libel aulta In the
city coumtrt aggregating $80,000 against
the Ag-Herald Company, the Ledger
PubUlshing Company and the Louis-
ville asnd Nashville Railroad Company.
The suits grow out Of certain pub.
locations made during Comer's cam.
paign for railroad comraln owner last
spring. m


AssaWn, B1lle Kilt8 Rtssian Gw
.. sinor saler|a of FInland.
Avleebs fm slsinferorm, 3151uti
sa" dthatGs. Sob -thr. nso
gene rlof ln, s,%wheWaa sho OkS f Sa-
. y r s s a t th e o n n o t o .:
SOWMAtdiwmeit,.a mWaY4, b ."

I ----! --- -I,, Ral"W" "W"

-The petition of att,,r..- i n
Patterson for an insjc .', he
minutes of the grand Jury tl. i
ed her was refused ly N r'
court. This means thai i.
must face court for th> t., f
Bookmaker Caesar Yoling
-Tho "stalwart" t'ap't.'ii '
consin won out before Iti- I-, -in
national committee. T7-.a, '
Senators Spooner andl imn' '1 *
In the convention.
-Only estimates can y,-t I -
to the number who lost Ih' '
the burning of the oxcui-,ii' r
General Slocum in East ai%.r
-The train robbers hol I l 'i10
the North Coast Limited hn v-,
dynamited the Paciflc E'p...*"*'
pany's safe and secured $:. .
---O,'er two hundred pe.- '-I
the rise of the river above '
do Cuba. Fourteen Inches of 11
and the river rose iustantl'.
-News has been sent to, i. "ull,
through the Shereef of Ba/' hat
all his demands have been .'1'j


Proposed Trolley Line to Readh from
South Carolina Into Georg.'.
The projeolors of a troll,'' I,,
from Atlante. Ga., to Ar.-I r "
.C., met In Atlanta Wedno di n
Ing and took steps for naoth- i
of the proposed route. Ti'c j.:
been chartered by the -,' -' if
state and the men at the hlc-i lo
company have already hai a it, .iri
-The Crolley line will be i, -'s
long and will connect at An:; -.S
with a trolley line from Crn.'-'-'
making the whole line 1153 ni. in
length. This will be the lon,-' ro
ley car line In the South.


LIghtning Strikes Tree Under Which
Boys Had Taken Shelter.
Four. boys, ranging In ago fi"'-'
to 15, standIfng udder a ch(riry 'reO
on a farm near Pelton, 3 nil i!,t
Chesater, Pa.. were killed Sti ii I"'
a stroke- of l!litniti.
The- boys'- tOO* shelter from the
sturm. lThre 2 q them were kill-'l in-
stantly, WhIlBP the other was so il-alY
Injured that he Gd on the way o


PI'etet Agi* Ae atn of president
eqeveqt~ IN filler Cas.t,

I ,

80 Qeel5te Pla keorthe After Invest* U
4 Va th KIloeckler Case.
A a Investigatlion extending This Section Not Affected by
O&we period of more than'two were
bregbt tot Atlaita at the expense of Business Depression.
The Constitution for the pdirpose, of
clearing up the .mystery sarronndltg
,tie death of Miss Pophie 'oler, bE ARES SPENCER
The ConstUtnuIon announced. Sunday SO CLA S
morning that Miss KIloeoler was not .--
murdered. ..
The investigation, which was corn- president of Southern RalwaY .f"*H
plate in every detail, shows that there 'Optimistic View of Conditlem In
-Was not 'any .reason why anyone tion of h
hlbnld have. wished to put an end to This Boo Setion of the
Miss Kloeekler's existence. CountrY.
It has been proved. conclualvely ---
that Mias' Kloeckler committed subl There is 1 general deprelon, ofr
olde, and for. that reason the Pinker- over the country, but
toU ,etwlve agency, will not BtA buslnessall overbthe country, but. it
that death was the result of suicide. felt less and probably, will be felt 16t
It has been proved conuclualvely in the southh thaUtany other section,
that Miaos Kloeckler committed suib ays samuel Spencer, presidentt ot the.
Oide, and for that reason the Pinker- 'outhern railroad system.
ton- detective agency will not state o l express ed by, Mr.
that death was the result of suicide, This opinion wa. expressed by Mr.
The motive for suicide was the con- Spencer when he was asked by !
dit on of her love affairs. The facts representative of The Atlanta Conjtl-
show that she was in love with W. D. tution for an interview concerning the
fIenson and that he was ngagd railroad stuaton n the south.
another young woman. This being r"lroad'ituation'In" :the south. o
true, It she had learned of this en- "The volume of business the Co
gagement, the motive was sufficient to try over has .decreased to a conslderf-
drive a woman of her temperament ble extent within the past iew
to suicide. months," said Mr. Spencer, "and rail-
Tlat Bensos did not IntcaJ mnr- roads in all parts of the United
trying Miss Kloeckler, and that his re- States have, undergone a correspotnding
lations with her were honorable, is -decrease In their business. The rail-
substantiated fn a conclusive manner, roads of the east have been retrench.
Benson is the man who Rev. Basin, ing in operating expenses of late, and.
4t the Catholic church, T"manded that the railroads of other sections have
the detectives arrest and which doe been cow.pelled to adopt similar polt-
mand was refused. cies. In the south, however, the

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of News

SriSf O*Ummnary of M,
I.m prtent Events
I ftich Day.

to o a neso re por,.
CMp IsJlaea. have- 'to
e And apturei toe (,

of p thusxana mr.n r
.t t aWith nthe tra
fi i o (ii trans
S110k L uS stan Vlarivnt
nolnue to reach jap,,,

t rpolou i hog attempts to .
vowa ft tA&| child near Ty Ty,
'$ad js preay ted only after a s

-.Georgii Uduoational A'oat
an tIs thirty-etighth annual se1sio
Tuesday morning at .Warn Spfringj,
-Governor Jeninags, o- Fzorid,
and other trustees are sued by
Canal COoast Zahe Compaily\ to la
.Vent the disposal of vast. a naount
swamp lands to which the casual coti
pany cl4ami title.
-W. H. Miller and Mrs: M. .,.h
al as 1ary Bi0gh4m, both sa. I ,,
srom eorsgi are held at ,
Tenn., on the Charge of furg, ry 1
cosy and false pretenses.
---wNew iron ore mines at Firti p)1,
Ala., are being developed by nor rL
capitalists, and experts pruoninc1 th,
'ore the finest in the Blriiiini a1l di,
-Auditor Sewell, of Alalana, nrdl.
that election for ,school trust o, ara
not-general elections, and iLa- reg.
trara cannot register vu c' ar.,er
-J. B. Mills, treasurer .rf nr,,
Miss., kills himself at Jai k .k .
ing as reason for the a,'' i., hi
death would benefit hl '- 4i.,
-Alabama favors local i.\i',rn for
schools, and will make eft.i., bui1d
better school houses.
-At Manchbester there a i-. lack
the part week in the denianr i f.r '.h
at figures that konerally .I ..nIA.
vorable, though there wse -i. i. ed
Instances of moderate lin. Icv
-A lake in Irwin couts. ;i rn
dry and many fish are caia,'i.I I
pie who come from 2u no : ai-i
-Insurance companies ,1 ,. ap
praisers to determine Ma'i P rn
the park bulldhtngs rect.ii. i r' 1
-The Chinamen tried ( 'i. .,
for violation of the excl. .. r
sentenced to be doporrcl
-Broward for govern .
for senator, and Clark t'. .1,
tive from the second tIIr-
nounced as winners ii th. 't, 'I
--Charles S. McCoy, of .
kills himself at Jacksonm,. !i .
account of alleged lonsse .' : 'I
market. The amount of I'
said to be $10,000.
-Alabama mine worli. i '
er contracts and may anat. t<
sliding scale.

T rmarwiabA4VUifM sr GAINES

kluau, Pluaing man retackin For Ma-
port oir Local shilpmanem
Tle" preparation and shipping of
(ersed poultry are subjects considered
. li'a Iullethi of the Agricultural Col-
.ijs' of Ontarlo. Either of two method
qr killi;'g.may be practiced. The first
as to kill by bleeding, making a sharp
deep eqt with a knife in the roof of thd
po'th Just below the eyes. The see'
oa is the wringing and pulling of th4
neok. -The chicken Is taken In th4
hands, the neck Is stretched, the crow14
of tbh bead beilg held in the palm ofi

.1 AS .

the. land, and a quick turn upward
with a steady pull at the same time is
given. ,
This method Is cleaner than bleeding,
1 Exporters, are reported as favoring It.
They claim that' the flesh will not be.
so dry and. will keep longer than is the;
case when tie fowl is bled,
immediate plucking. s recommend-
ed, for not ouly is plucking more la-
borious after the bird has become cool,'
but the skin Is.mtnuch more likely to be.
come torn. About two Inches of feath-
ers Is left about the bead, the rest of
the bird being plucked clean. During
tils operation the head of the fowl
should be kept downward to allow the
blood to olliet ii the neck.
The dressed hicbeken is placed on .a
"shaping board."' A weight is placed
on the top of the. chicken to compress
It and give a compact appearance. The
detail in 'the accompanying cut shows
a weight of Iron, but a brick answers
the purpose. It is best not to hang
chickens by the legs after plucking,
because this gives them a thin, leggy
nud unattractive look. At least twelve-
hours should be allowed to pass to let
the animal heat get thoroughly out of

the body, before packing. The box
shown it the cut. s the one used for
export shipments. The dimensions are:
Length, three feat; width, s-eventeen
Inches; depth, seven Inches. A parclh-
i uiit paper lining is used. Por.short
ilhipuents the .box Is three feet long
by twelve inches wide and twelve
deep, holding Shree tiers of birds.
In long distance shipments not only
Is the box lined, but each bird is
.wrApped in paper, to prevent bruising
antm because this Is thought to length-
en to some extent the period of good
keeping. Comtfon wrapping paper
s-hould not be used, as It has a tenden-
cy to collect moisture.
Care Of MBle Colts,.
Thle feeders here buy mule colts to
bie delivered at.,weaning time, usually.
ithe first of October,' 'Up to this time
the mnule's food consisted. of bluegrass
with a few weeds for seasoning and
the milk allowance. Nbw. after the
iMother Is taken away, the. restless.
youngster must be fed, Feed must be
proved ed for him In the enclosure, for
a wel fenced lot or. i stall is essential
to restraln the desperate donkey tori
n -week or ten days,.. This feed, atl
firt, should be green cornmen the stalk,
reasonably firm eanrs. some 'heaf oats
and a little -clover liay. After having
Capitulatead, they may be turned oI
good pasture, bluegrass, clover or rye.
Ole man let his colts run ln.a cord1
field around which was a Wide margin
of unculth-ated land with thick set of
luxuriant bluegrass. 11hoy grazed well
lifi seldoni bothered tho corn. If any,
was pulled down it WaS through curl
osity as much ai anything else. I con-
Sider good fall and winter pasture es-
sc;itial to profitable mule colt growing.,
Sis plley, too, to let them come to
tl:;' shelterr every night aud eat a small
oruitl-i of ground feed or shelled cord
and On"i. Do not turn them out In bad
"iNlllier, pnrUcularly a cold rain. This
lIni ration, with some fodder and
"ay l uMttier shelter, will be better until
Ilm nenther opens. Stteh a period sel-
,h.',i lasts over a day, so that most of lime is spent afield' But after
In.l weather sets In in earnest, they
mir roenned and fed a larger grain ra-
t"iim amid tlie feed named above, es.
Ie"i.mi3ly clover ormlxedhsyls good for
"lem. Be kind to the young monkeys.
They respond very readily to kind
treatment. No other I1a' shoWld bh i
gin"'. CGive the tired. man and small
LO:y to understand that posdlUely therd
nulat be no teasing, -for suen is caleu-
1801 to make a lIeoup apnioal. tal
ter the gentle colt, Otify It, Ian lea
I' around. boon the shfer os lM W
seek the same treattitbt,, Alnost ibe
fore you know it thy ,will be half
I'rken or more t lItke to begin th
,t eodueatlom qAtrl, feW *hW they Mat
he properly and JsdIpopfl t."olt a"d

JOnes in The auatS&sdS

The ree2

tests agflaIt
of the
of a stroa

"" 5i '

s at. "t r
temany At the iseabed point Ti
qirreiat wa applied at the aorta, the
ain artery of the body, lta order to
reduce an aneurism or nlargoment.
whloh. extended for some Inches, and
was about three Inches wide. A holt
low porcelain needle was Introduced
into the Arttery, Abd fifteen feet of fine.
gold wire passed through lhe hollow,
and allowed to coil up. Th'e outlsde
end of the wire was connected to an
electric battery, and the circuit com-
pleted by a metallic plate on the pa.
talent's back. A current of five mllll-
aknperera was sent through andt gradu-
.ally Increased to fifteen; this Was left
on for an hour.
The operation seems tq have bWen
successful in attaining Its purpose,
which was to coagulate the blood' at
the diseased point. The great danger
is that small pieces of the coagulated
blood mly be carried Into some of the
small arteries, 'clogging them and
ca sing' death.
A ,somewhat similar application of
electricity was the restoring to life
of an Infant apparently born dead. At
birth their wits a slight pulsation of
the heart, which grow fainter till
there was not a sign of life. Fifteen
minutes after bltlh the electric cur,
rent was applied, and in fifteen msin-
utes more there were faint pulsations
of the heart. When the treatment
had been kept up about half an hour
the heart was beating abd the Infant
:breathing normally.-Colller's Week-
ly. -

Teacher-Now, Johnny, If your
another engaged two cooks on Mon
day, three on Tuesday and four on
Wednesday, how many would she
have? -
-New York Sun.
PITTB permanently cured. Kofltslornerm-ous-
nes, after first dty.s use of ir. Kline's Crest
Neirvelestorer;#ttrlal bottle andtreatisefre.o
Dr. R. H. KLutZ, Ltd., 931 Arch bt;. Phila., Pa
The population of London has' increased
eleven per cent. in fourteen years.
se. t Hurt,
Swea,, ttuo, blister? RorAT. 'FooT WanS
oures them. Removes odors of feet, armplts,
etc.; stops ohafing. If not at druggs ts send
i6c to EKTOw Danvo C., Atlanta, Ga., for
full size, postplil; sample for 2o stamp,
One applicatiort proves Its merit. .Money
bhak it not satisfied.

In.mense CIreaul aw '
The largest circular saw in the world
has Just been made in Philadelphia.. It
is seven feet tour Inches in diameter,
and will be used to cut pine stuutps
into shingle bolts.
Denresi. Cannot e C d are
iy looal applications Is they cannot-reach the
diseasetd portion oft ho ear. There [I only one
way to cire deafness, and that Is by onastt-
tutonairemnediles. Deafness Is caused by-an .
Inflamed condition of the mucous. InligK of
the Eustnohlan Tub. When this tube Is in-
flamed yoiu Ilve a ruinblingsound orrInper.
lect hearing, and'ilwhen it is entirely closed"
Deafness Isthe result, and unleasthe Infiam-
motion cnn be taken out ftd this tube re-
stored to Its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of en
are caused by eatarrih, wltil is nothli fbut an
inflaimedi condition of the. muoous surasoes.
SWe will givo One HIundred Dollars for any
case of ) atnl'ss (-(used by eatarrh)tbat can-
not be cu red by Hall 's Catarrh Cure. SBed for
clrculara rree, F. J. CHaic EY& Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by I)raiggists, 75-..
Take [tal.'I Feam ly l'llis for constipation,
No Miltk whale in Alouronint. '

Whenb an Arablanl woman is In
mnourlinig for a )ear relative sbe re- ,
fuses to drink inillk for na period of
olght (fy.s, on the principle that the
color of the lilulid does not harmonize
with her mental gloom. i nlonR hold IlemOdy.
BIatesburg, R.. C., Foeb. 3, irM03.-My w e
has used two bottles of King's Itoyal erme-
tuor and It has proved Invaluable as a house.
"hold mnedtlAne. It takes the place of many
modleines anti iroduoes the desired effeet
-more.spendily. rhlio prito per bottle Isnoth-
lag coinparod to Its virtues.-N; Ilogers
jlayly. Vie book. Address""Germotuer
MUodical Co., Doept. C., Ilarnesville, Oa.
Es imnax make .shjirts and boots of a]- I
.mon idcus' aid jackets fon0It '3:lfis-ia skins. .
We take pleasure in willing attention to
the advertisement of the- southern Dental
College, Atlanta, OG. We recommend this
as one of theo best dental colleges in the
country. Thoroughly equipped In every way.

Since 1840 the world's production of
meat has been increased fifty-sev'en
per cent. and grain four hundred and:
twenty per cent.

Or. Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial,
'The G-eat Southern Rmemdy., cures a01
stomach and bowel troubles, children
teethlng. Made firon
The Little Huckleberry
that grows alongelde our tills' and moun-
'talne.. contains o active principle that has
happy effect on the stomach oind bow-
ems. It enters largely In Dr.." BlRger'
Huckleberry Cordial., the great Sitomach
and bowel renmEdy for JDysentery. Diar-
rhoea and Eloody flux. s' .. t
gold by all drueslats. 25 and 5o bot-
Judge 0. Lochrane, of Georpla, In a
letter to Dr. Biggers, states that he
never suffers himself to be wIthout a bat-
tie of Dr. BIggers' Huckleberry Cordial
during the summer time for the relief
of aIe stomach and bowel troubles, Dys-
enter Diarrhea. Flux. etc.
Sold by all d-uggstsa, 25 and B00 bottle.
Proprietors, Atlanta. Ga.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and Mullein will caire Cougsh, Croup
and Conumplilon. Price .sBcand$I bottle.

Lmulvsilla .and Nasllvihle Iatllroad.
If you are going to the World's Fair you
want the best route. The L. & N. to the
shortest. qtdloiket and beat line. Three
trains daily. Through Pullman sleeping
Cars and Dining Cars. Low Rate Tieketa
pold daily. Get rates from your local agent
and ask for tickAts via the L. &A K.
All kinds of Informnaion furnished on ap-
plleatlon to ,T. 0, HO LL BECIK.
D[i. Pss. Agent, Atlanta, Oa.
Ss t ,10-0e1beii. bemame

Di t Hinamktn G..wn. nod It.-
l" >Il seDi asslei flel.
"Gradually r .. i-'Mkoh ,i imally tribn.-
Intilouas a I gami. 'tnwiwledge.", said
the' dressniker in an io.. ,ilW itn the
'Kew York Times. "Mor'... a nin
6 Ing to control my I ttiper. \ ,,e


elly Bello take. 7
Cream two cupfuls of sugar aud bait
a cupful of butter. 'Add one cupful of
sweet mill, one egg, beaten light, and
.t*o level teaspoonfuls of baking pow-
der Which have been sifted Into 'two
cupfuls of flour. The Ias. thing add A
tenspoonful of vanilla. Bako in a
moderate oven.
DBaked rePallps.
Scrape nd halve two medium pars-
nips and lay them in a ran with four
tablespoonfuls water and a saltapoou-
ful salt; put them In 'the oven to bake
tender; when quite done and nicely
browned lay them In a dalia, putting
on them four tablespbonfuls drawn
butter and a heavy sprinkle of black.
pepper; serve very hot.
Aunt Cordella'*a egaey, .
One pint cold boiled macaroni, twi
pints cold chopped beef or mutton, QUO
pint cold stewed one onlob
fried -In butter, one cup bread or
cracker crumbs, 'one tenapooniful. salt,.
oue-quarter teaspoonful pepper. But-
ter a two-quart dish, put in a layer of
crumbs, then of meat,, tomai(os iied
macaroni; sprinkle wlth the i4easohing;
continue until all are used; pour on,
one cup boiling water; dot wifli bits
of butter; bake brown. .

Strawberry Shortcake, '
Strawberry shortcake with whippet
cream colored green with pistache iss
attractive to behold and very good to
cat.. Never make strawberry shortea ke
with cake dough. The original ihort,.
cake mixture is like baking powder bis-
suits. Roll out the dough amd divide
in equal parts. Spread ore piece with
butter and 1 lace the other piece on 'it.
|Bake amnd while hot gently separate
the two pieces. Spread wirh the ber-
ries and put together agaln. Serve
with cream.
S- Ola erbread.
Sour milk .gingelbread, according' t-.
a Good Housekeeping recipe, is made,
as followas: One cup of butter and one
.cup of sugar creamed; one cup of mo-.
lasses, one cup of sour milk, two tea-
slpooufuls toda dissolved In a little hot
water, half a teaspoonful of salt, two
tenaboonfuts of ginger, ono -of pow-
dered cinnamon, two beaten eggs, flour
to- make the 'mixture as thick as or-
diuary cake, ouse cp of raisihs, dredgedM
with flour, and added the last tlitiig
before baking.
r rench tried Potatoes.
Peel potatoes, cut In strips, one inch
long, one-quarter Inch 'thick; lay in
cold water; have lard hot;- take out po-
tatoes, dry on a towel, lift fat kettle to
sink, put In half the potatoes .(don't
uso a basket; ind it better to move
tiem about with perforated spoon);
when cooked soft lift lift hem out' let the
fat come to smtioking point; again put
them back to brown; as soon as they
are brown take them out: they are
much crisper and better done this
way; sprinkle salt over them; it isl i-
,Ways wise to take the fat kettle to the
sink when fliUng or taking anything
ut. .. .

It is said that a. baby'a hair may be
made to grow curly by rubbing the
halt In little circles from right to left
all over the scalp, Just after the dally
bath. :
When cheese Is too soft to grate and
no food chopper is includedd tn the kiti
chen furnishings, press tho cheese
through a wire strainer with thoimback I
of a tablespoon. 1

A plate warmer on which the platter
cf French sausages comes to tire 'table'
smoking ot itn certain restaurants is
furnished with an alcohol latmp- and
may be adjusted to a round or an aob-
long platter. It. i silver plated with
an ornate cut edge and i, to be liad in
houseftirnlshfng departments.
When there are deep rust spots oni
tee that resist all t usual etius hodt b
of polishing It will be wise to try a
paste made from fine emery: powder
and kerosene.' There are few spots
that will not yield to this. After ap-
plying the paste-and rubbing the
spots thoroughly-let it stand for sev-
eral hours, then polish with oil.
Loops for hanging up garments are
always wearing out and breaking, par-
ticularly with c-ildren's cloaks aind
coats. To make a serviceable loop cut
n strip of kid front an old glove, roll
In It a piece of coarse string and sow
the. edges of kid neatly together. TisI
loop. fastened securely Io a garment.
will stand any amount of pulling witb-
out wearing or breaking.
A room situated so that It does num'
get any direct sunlight, but only re
fleeted light, may be made more cheer.
ful if the walls are covered with a In-
per that has a background of some del-
icate yellow shade. '.The painted wood.
work should be of a. creamy tant, nud
with yellow India silk or muslth drap-
eries at the windows one can Ahlmost
Imagine oneselft In a room with a touth.
ern exposure.
One of the prettiest curtains seenc
for a set of shelves was of brown bur,
lap .wit tulimmlgiKs of red. The cur-
tain wps throw over. bh brass rod in
ueh.S way -as to form a deep lambre-
quin at thesp., The borldp wAs lined
tbroiuerawth h Bed felt was
ted t&r OwbereW. The toW and het-
toan w'a fatlMhr atited to the burial,
wit eI wet tI eSlwtat sf s
-lulte leow r.lVlMS. th woU- *a<'timt fcf j9544$ t*L

Faded old shades are po;uaier,
Epaulpts appear on mcot ?4jl newD
blouses. v I', ,.
The smanlest sbraPof l4 pay a
big part.
Milk linings match thee dk or its
Beaver finished ribbons are mpiP.
worn on hate.

via.-t i le wii en it aI eI i ne l w.,
customer to bring a guiln-rtnou
had been wori a mntl co
KI ', l t i [ltliI't it. The nli-'r I
"""." '. '. t mitUll l lit's it LcK

*ay &c'r, 4 the 4r1 sA,' I vwoul
shouldba;,,' ^ t at 1`t 1i1 yoi
"A a rleo v fi ,.'
tomer was, very cus
It looked all right,' ,.. Mt thUi
'butt after I had we itiggpUg
eral defects that had not 1,;7" al
"Of course the end of the ,,,
was that I fixed the dress, bini''"
ways 04 arged extra for the alteratil,
I'ow I niake t eni wtblhut ex
Charges. Q5, well; perhaps I do a
a little to the original prieo to co
subsequentt ripping and sewing, I
that Is not the point. What I am t
ing to get at sla that I. 0 longer ra
a row over these fter-weairlng
pairs.; With pine women out of t
they rp1 a necessity. A gown may
faultlessly when leaving the shop, I
when it has been worn onve or twl
It is apt to develop' unexpected
centrlcltles. 'That is theo result
shapnlg itself to the figure.' There a
feto women' who have not physical u
and do.wins that run contrary' to t
hlut' of perfect beauty. 'Clothes r
bound to accommodate themselves
tbes* peouliartles.t b h ice the belat
appearance of wriukleo and ridges.
"Even with my own clothes I han
come to reallso that Ugllt changes a
accessary after the waisats get s
to the figure, so I entitnot blitme t
customers for deausndjng equal i
tention to their wardrobe. The on
thing 1,do'object to is' the fact th
they put all the 'blame on me. Tlii
attribute the late crop of wrinkles
my incompetency, TWhereas the defect
are really the result of their ov
phlysalc 'imporfections."

hte satrrotil4 Watl a et Japan.
W'Ith all social barriers down, har
ail hand ad heartt to heart, the' iml
llons' of, Jtapan are workfiig for o
soi0mno end-the crushing defeat
tussia aid. tho glory of their country
In victory.
The practlcl-, every day side of tl
situation, dlvested.. of '- possibly fin
Spun theories, is that the wetath
and aristocratic men and women- a.
working. wlth the humbler classes
organize relief and aid societies.
Thp oipest and beit inown of theo
I5 the Nqtiona) BRed.C Orei Societ
feunded-its 1887 by the Governijou
rnd presided over by his Impoeril
ilgliness "Frince Komnatsu, until. bh
tenth a your ago. The present Iprs-
lent I hsla Imperlal HIghnes .PrIln
Kaunii. The organization isa support
by the subseripflons of the member
vho number between one and tw
millloiis. It has at tUe present tli
a la go reserve fund of between $3
)00,000 and $41,000,000 golii.
The RIed Croe Socielty hims a brnnrl
Dr auxiliary, known as the Ladle:
Volunteer Wurilng. Association. lwhial
Was establlshid shortly after 1h
Parent society.
An Interesting fact is that all thb
'rincessei of royal blood are enllate
imo1g its members, practically all tb
nen4ti's otfAhe nobillr. -MrohJonops
cabeshilma sa the president pad m4ni
er 'of the society. Ther4, are 40
'omeot in Tokio alo$e iwho' are botl
ontrlbuting members and actna
workers, and the associltttn ha
ranches all over the empire, luielud
4s the Island of Formosn.
-*- "-r A XDrmss b40oo.
'. scraptiook of one's gowns Is eu
t the late winkles Wbhial yo4t7 j
roman are lending thenmelves, ilvlrj
rea the maker qf the sftpbeook eeil
rore, with samples of the tlrmitngs
buttons and linngs (It faudY,,is pasted
ato the pages, the result being a little
ographloal sketch,. so to speak, of
me'S wardrobe for life, BIateath each
ress are written the daft whoe it .ras
rst donned and any lnb*eUaimg dalt
tiernling it that 'one es quall, A
rl's eonfrwa fmtla "fkk, oar, gradu-
lob gown, the toen aie when
e was proposed to, her wedaddt
ers-these nd a place eoomer or
tet in the dess scrapbook. ,
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A cluster of ebafsataut -t Sp 0A'dd. -
hair ornament '
Heavy white stitchlagp are .lwa
smart on black.
Adjustable fancy ,esht bright# et j
many dark gowns. j- '.
'hlrringsy form girdle efteet. ,
many bons frocks. f
Black gowns of smooth Seltiead ed ". ,-
were nevet smarter., l
AlmOst all of the "opening" eWED ~*
have deep. tlSht cu.ffs. "
Thbe Dutch eek is pretty nj tiA '
warm weather wasts.
Jet fringes are fiavred for 0be180
black Or White reol. "
Ostrleh feathers r re tatmende4 b
both for beeanty ad t drabillit;
smbrolder .reqr In"a 'ewn with
gSrdasted water spOt 11 to colors,
Vr (nae i1,.rl u
WroideW"y is the':0 S10
bratelB. -.

down, fully .ft -,
I saw the gr
to carry off some si1
free himself from oni
were lnshed into foAt t .
again disappeared ap4. 9
This .lashing of te W9k
appearing was repeated
ngalam, each time further dela
A bend.In the river preveflte)&l
Ing thlie fluainl result. Onllin 1 g3,1,9
meou rom the feit, we emlbar d
canoe and started down the rieW .t
view the strange proceeding closer;
When we lind doubled the point below
I saw lodged agalust the beach In a
small bny something that did not look'
natural to the pi.ce. We paddled down
and found it was imy engle fast fixed to
a sturgeon fully six feet long. Both
were motionless. Tihe king of fish and
the king of birds had met death.-For-
eat and Stream,
An Overworked woman.
I stopped to get a glaeL of milk the
othlier day at n Jersey farmhouse, sild
the commuter, nlid the female bena of
tlho establlahmentt, who hiad six chil-
dren playing around, was Inclied to
repine at her hard luck in having so
much work to do.
"I run this i \ hole fnrin," 'tsho re-
marked, Lit n tune that Indicated thnt
she was ready tu resign.
"lHow many acres have you?" I iL-

"A hIundred nud forty."
"Got city stockk"
"Ton"c head of atentle, two cows, sixl
liogs aud work Ihor'sQe for lilm pilaC."
"And you rn mlihe ii lholu hlbusiloss?"
I naked.
"Indeed, I do; every hide an' hnirt
of It," she sighi d.
"Don't you hUir sonie.lhel1i"
"Of course, but 'tals't hired he!p that
niesf tihe load offare one's body." There
was- Holue philosophy In that and I
paused a minute.
"llnven't yom got a tlumband?" I
then aslced syimpathetlenily.
"Yen," she said, sternly, "but yout
see I have to run kiru, too.'"-Se'ow
'York Mall and Express.

Music In Japan.
lilusic In iom eyes of tile Jmpinimpe aIs
a very Inferior art. lthe general ol;ief
bei g thit thq combinlatioll of rouiads
lny possibly pleare women niml clJaill-
dlreni, but that a Jnapianelho g'linloule i
could not possibly tolerate tliem, no
matter under what p cLoelt. iu fact, It'
'Was not very long i.go tilet thu protes-
lon .of luusslean was counlderied'by the
T3panese as being an ittault to. hqpan
lUlty, s.ahd W]ihearas there -iAyr'six-
ated for centuries popular song which
water-errrlers and the workers In. the
rico fields. eang In chorus, r.s well as
war songs sung by the sailors. li piro'
fesalon or nmusclan has been tdnoid.
*red unworthy .of any mIan, aisd bhl.
been edclttLyely left with tho wQiw,gp
t being largely fo. r o purpo.6,iof,
clearly characterislng and1 aeestuAtta'
ng her imferJority that she hna b-een
allowed to eoxercqe liher apt t deOi nnd
I ophufon."
aperr VPll*E 11 @khesus h in For Curoupt
At Medford, 0, T., thera has recent-
y been esfAbllqjue a flrent-ci ass print'
El f laqt orgat of' the

rope among those wbo isrofesa trts eal.
Ilieon. It is a tie betweeau tbt -Metio*
bers of this church In the Old World,
an4 those who have come to this cotnt.
try to better tlher conditions. For somli
6bit dWft. iet Ppip .lj ,eep pub
iyh4 on hE ftirw of ihd I~lv, .,
l its tta emftb italllp of Medftr4"
m.hen.u w tasBltaug$ B4u,*tasss

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A positive,
treatment. No
business. Wri5e I -
Tha Georgla 10.0# it ,s
SOGraMn *tr n 4eap i 40 r
I"F CU*MU flMllspiiiA, WiO,,- .1

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* Illustrated Catalogue.

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S f you are Intqreated n obtalinfk aclentnleducation,writ'
S- or free oatulogue of rtl lUinaruos on.

"I taink," he said, "that- I m now A largeTrial Box and book ate
just about even with the world." lstructios absolutely Pree aond
'"JAfm With the world." pIld, Otilh to po te
"Yes. I flgurcd 'that Kr have now
reached a point here I owe jut PoaxlneTolleAnl
about as many people as I don't o re," b s
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.7e Alen's. reot.Uase.
It is the only catr for Swoilem, BnartinR
Tlrd, Abhing, Hot, tw ea ,Con r n .
l1unlons. Ask tor Allen'slotilsel a powder ___
lobe shak4n Into the shom RIawmbille you

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commodati *ibWhibips.
Piso's Care Oannot too igbly aio o{
s a oough en.-Jt 'V. Q'a1n. N hr
Avenue,.; Mlibesoapolls, Minua., Jan. e,190.
SIn Worn dog meat Js I great request at
pSptohab epaeis,

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Igfs-*-Ikinned $t ls me that he is
makingg all kinds of Monsse thlitsa
l--All bIt ae klu'b, pe pe.

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flow the Kaemmt R aI ewlalm aI tn K of rzavt- o xsOYlt tO

We had enitimil fur a few odayst at AVaiRV& MgL I
point oal tILm. urpter of time Pi 'j AVER ao M"4,MI

ho orir, fuIthing f e a tw o lbe .patt7 53.A53 oIa i tl'O I *. F-
m'miuret nt auoiusetnett waS *tIlW as
tie descent o'f, iat lVi d cA4 .a- toidld '
a'h, e l. ti e edy bl i thek of ( id i1oldt- IF '
lie n i' isl strike tihe water with ngtt'
or c contlmtg dowl from n l -niunmense
height. At tites hlie wVotuld dive' ute '
iho saprfumee to renippfar a omne11t or
tmo Inter, ge snmr.i>)iY vi w ith li a' lie "
elichel Im l lm ln cla- ws; wh 11l he would '
ify. frlghlte.i w>it .l % t h i to a very
t b nountnin* o.i the -ovehotltligluil.

I lC4 t tioti-ced A i succesS as n jo r '' R li ble rick Ei, et ll e e, *Uk.n 4 *r o
"d n i'"s tI, Ihe ..est for 1 .l s z ig On .- lles, W heat .40p r!atos111
u lhe thi lod mit ning it Sha toW ening iz W e t
nercs %the son'sN rays canacut me 11to -4
-. I,, u nil tIlini*' was tih'gn at i 1rl" .
n mII Iu h i, -n. i,,I utmi1 to supply lth 0ol 1 .g
, .tal'i u h l 'lale fast. it!h kins keesi "
t e', eI lI. ,-1 ltii tle river depth, he poised
SIi mmmah'titar s'jot tor a few m11-101
2, a211 1thel Sh ot awi, with the p l O
oe it o l aofit (iiti'lii l l me, : E T PROVED SAW MILL0 E fA ..T .
aers iim can i l' ee sae Is and pallers supplied
,Lt ea vl I. I ared atihet i tll 'alite 1" promptly. htin le Mill*,. Corn Mills,
Iedd 'itUler hI tir wh rebttd irculxar. waBaw TeothPaterlt D0 ,
V mitn geL hatili. ) ,tSieaGo, rors. ull liy Engines A
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Thef I alnlXvIler Twic-A-Wee Star "1 N The *nomination of. Mr. Napoleon 01-O W4UN* 4**4W
I A short time ago the Tarlpa Broward for governor of Florida
.0.Tcarried with'it the en~oriement of
OODW .. tric copny inaurat wthe "-incurable in.aity' divorce W e R ave
M i~ter sad a- wi'r., system hich let the bhatty Sp, .1aw'." He .voted .Jfor' it and made $
anpteire April as8, 1ig, at Gda eproYal of tbhe great majority, of at an hour'sspeech in its favor. In Stock, and are consta 'Men,
steve4, April a8, 190, at Gainesville Ion Stock, and,'are consrMeni
ong li ofMa" r rc people who e thecars to the four Oh brother; not a bit of it ig 1p-to-date" popullar 1
rear seats, This regulation is Had not Captaint Broward madethe V Wonmen and Chljd 'maes.
Pu.bIshed every Theaday'and Priday, strictly enforced 'in rost' of the mistake of supporting, the divorce prices and ot the '
a..vpcrye- Tileday and Frsid Pa .. -.
it $1.00 a year in advance. large cities of thectiuntry, and es- bill, his majority over Judge Davis
5S'Ctet for Sx months. pecially in the South, and there would have been immense. 1 ca
b Cents for e Months. haa long been a strong deire" tor its ,
adopion here Childreu should not be permitted ntion to the Ladies
o ABers TIB IG brwtye. .et. ,ts w eap. o lay With sharp edged tols. Particular a, i m r- Readers In brevre type, s cents whUit Ws W aWaouucld that. "he Neither' rii.ould !,.4; ....r mns- = r,,,d l^ens AllAmer-*
tane for' eah idserton. Tampa Electric company had In- informed men be priilttd non- "Walk Over" grades.
Space for displayadveatlmentspriced augurated the yitem, very general ,iey with important .public affairs.
an.ppliten' approval was.'exprissed. But th -Tampa Ti D M atheson
Theedttpr I' not responsible for the Times regrets to learn., that, We agr wila tle Timts, and L. i aL s
View- o correspondents or pthre coni company hasalready receded Iro Iiae tld it has .learlied the i,,por- h. columns.. itsa position. The "ig' have been 'lst lessot L
DBMOGRATIC TKB". d tra the C theco in Jackson county y there were g. '--t.4 Wie4
$TAT] force there. atong It se tat .our. caudi'ates for sheriff in, the/ .
United StatesSenator a. se. tt iTrht primary, The two re.eivi
Jamnies P. Tiliaferro. de .a n r a the largest umber of votes r.noe 4" ..
Membe oress, 2nd District o over in the seoi primary M cC lella n ,
C`k Dand prtested against the regulation ro decidedto W
Presidential Electors and theorder wasrevoked-t least ebirdprn'ma r tlrn t*atcoU, e1on71 1 "
H- P. Bailey,o that is the information brought to 2 .
T. A. Jennings, the Time. Now it'Would appear July TU NRERA L
J. B. Koonce, appropriate for the white proof The SAr owledges receipt FU N RAL D IRECTOR
A-. B.' Newton, the line to do' ome ptOtfng .- f handso1nual catalogue of
B. Tatopa Daily Time".-e at Winter aA
Napolean B. Browrd. We always thought the 'hirine- t.t catalogue and its contents Strict Personal Attention Given to
Secretary of State Uatnn was a fair paper, and we wouldd seem to indicate thit the All Business in This ine. Tele-
H. Clay Crawford. surprised to se that t was college is an uptodate institution. graph and MailOrders Atteded 'to
Wiliam Ellis. not willing to admit: that BrIoward Promptly, .
tor. ..G.s i is n w .e -.o .w.. e
comptrollerr '" 1 1Wasunomiated;' evren'- afite the.fig- It is now theaopirion of fany g-
A. Con. uea"a p'ut down in its own col- person, thatLhe Democrats will se-
State rrl~asurr ..... ms owledhat' he hbad one thou. as the partyS standard barers PITUR RAME
Wili'am V. Knott. and majority, they even 'fell back during the' coming contest Parker. RU ER iM
Superintendent Public Instruction on thit old gi g ot fraud, which and Miles. Yet it is by no means
W, 14. Holloway : the only onsolation of defeated' certain that either, of these will be 'R, oo]s Ai] UPMO ia EP..Y '
nmisioner of Agriculture ndidat ake your meditie, nominated. i ma Kodaks and Supplies.
X.. McLin. "Brother Wils n, Ilike a' litte nU. o elt and -airbank have Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Ral Cie commissioner don't frown so; we knowit itbitter been selected as the Republican GAINESVII-, LA.
rm Mo rt-Six Years an.: to you, but this is the tme the woo standard 'bearers, during the coom- t ,4,, e+%+++ +
R. Fenic lek Taylor. hat. boys have w. Let them en- lg ca.ipaign and those wh1o claim
Justices Supreme Court jy theirvitory, Dor't sulk, butto know think it will be as strong
Robert 8. Cockerell. join with th. victors and say "Hur- a tlket as the g. o, p. could put
'Thomas 8. Shackleford, rah fogr Broward.-WestvilleAdvo- out. '
J. B. Whield. ate. People sould ot be surprised by
Reptesentattives And now it is a Colorado judge the rapid rise of Broward. of Jack. |
SA Rosbrough, who has fited an editor $800 for sonville, who has just been i- Ld Sale l
,M1f. Tillman. criticizing a decision of the court. nated for governor of Florida. His
Judge And the editor promptly refused to first name is Napoleon; and his Call on me when you wvant to bLIu
Mason, pay, and went to jail. We predict second, Bonaparte.-Mobile Reg-
L. that the judge will have to come sister.
L. W. ennel. our own from his perch, as did that St. Auxustine..s enjoyig the
". oek Circuit Court St. Augutine s enjoying the
H. Wenges. I federal Judge inNorth Carolina third election for the year 1904; Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Tax Assessor atme time ago. Tatdorsof the fourths i sight an prospecCarriaes Wagons
W. W. Colson. do wrong there can be too question good for the fifth. here seems to Wagons,
Tax Collector but it would be a very terrible thiiug be p y of life if n the old town Harness, Bridles,
W. D. Dickinson. for judges to be able to say to the yet.-St, Auglifse Recod. Saddles, etc
Superintendent Public Instruction newspaper fraternity "You shall .-addle, e etc
Dr. J. L. Kelley. not criticise my actions." The Kditor Hairi s semi tothtik the
.otinty Treasurer time will never comte when judges Timtes-Union's policy hass not been
W. H. Robertson. will be exempt from criticism, such rebuked because Mr. Stocktont was
County Surveyor a time should never com.ot no Brother Hrris W R T OM AS
Jamest Croxton. not teu ilatet. Has rotterHarris
For County Commissioners The editor of the STAR would forgotten that the T.-U. suppo, tecl W
g.Dami er, like for the editor of the Tampa Mr. vi? Gainesville, Florida.
O. tPedrick, Daily Times to lay aside all grumb- '-. e,
F. F. Paulling, ling about Broward's nomination GRAND PICNIC
J. F. Townsend. and say plainly whether or not he ^4 544gg 4 5 @ %%+ e+ %+,* *ow+*+l+
For Member of School Hoard really believes there were more acts At Oakdale-three miles South4 f 4;
T. A. Doke, of fraud committed dristng the re W a A
W. J. Martin, cent primaries by the supporters of W acahoota,
B. Weeks. .. Broward than there were by thie A1 S A1
Gaineaville's Fourth of July cel- supporters of Davis. And whet J UI 1904.
ebration is to be a big thing. Brother McKay proceeds to express There will be Games, Music, .
his opinion on the subject we trust Athletic Exercise, Ulocutiott and THIS PAPER is published in the interl-
fovernor Napoleon Ronaparte he will bear in mind theat facts: Oratory. est of the Moral, Business anl1t Pol itica In-
Broward will sound very well. Life is short, death is certain and
Weneed mr eeditors should be truthful. Rev. W J. Carpenter terests of Gainesville, Alaciitta Couty and
We need more entomologists in Flori, and in the finncial interets of i\ s
Wlorida; we needed them badly Dr Parkhurst, of New York. of Gainesville will deliver an ad- Florida, and in the financial ittvrest-to itS
right after the recent primaries, says: "I have always been a Re- dress. EVERYBODY IS IN- editor and proprietor.
publican, but I believe a Demo VITED. THE STAR i th i' r \
If you get a copy of the STAR, ratic victory tthe net t election THE STAR is tile PhIe.l..ts paper,
aud you are not a subscriber, it would bean excellent thing for the T ) C0o1mmittee. and will advocate such candidates for oflice '
.means that we want you to sub- country. What we need at the as the editor conscientiously believes are the ' o o .,. .n- head of our great republic io a manb .are... con
Religion and good roads are about of calm, deliberate judgment, a Ln utl 8nund to people's best friends when principle, expert
theonly things that every body man who sure of himself, an m ence and ability are all considered, and, j

help them along. the most careful cousderatlii. THE-- while friendly suggestions are always wel- ..,
What I mean is that We need a corned, the policy of THE bTAR will be con-

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4 14p 4 1iS .
5 lip 5 39a-
7 oSp 11 2Oa ;
7 28p 11 46a .
7 .15 12 30,p
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Ar cedar Key ..... Y
1v . Silver Springs .
w .ildwood.. .
Orla l .
l. )ade City'. '
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.. Palmetto .
Manatee .
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A.i Tampn .. Lv

to 5oa .1511
to 120 o.3ua
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10 37a
9 45a
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I.v Jclsoniavile ) ooa 7 5-p 'Lv Jacksonville . 3 op t a
1.\r 'ikriiuanlinin 15a3 9 op Ar lake City . 5 5p it ^ua
.\r lrtiniiswick .. 2 rup 10 35p Ar Live Oak . 6 35p 12 "i.l
Ar Savianiah lop II Sua Ar Madison ....... 7 p$ 12 5p
Ar I'airfax 3 9p I 144a Ar Monticello . p pI ii
Ar Ileinnil.rl .... .. 571) 2 2ua Ar Tallahasse 9 .lop |)
.\r t'outulhlia 5 30P 31 55P Ar Juincy .. ........ 4 l P
Ar Catiudeit 7 4op 5 5.1a Ar River junction u
Ar liintlet . 9 55p S o05 Ar Pensacola . i iu
Ar \ ilmingto .. .... 12 opp Ar Mobile . .. .a
.Ar Soillthern Iine- I IHp 9 36a Ar New Orleans .........7 Ad
Ar Raileigh. ....... ,1 53P If 45aI Lv Jacksounvlle ..... ..... 4 up
Ar Porsi. outhl .. .. oUa 5 35P3 Ar Macoi. . .... .
.Ar Riciinollnl \"a. 6 3 3 12p Atlanta . . .
Ar aslhingtoii .. ..... u io K 3op0 Chattar.ooga .. .... .. .. '.
A.r 1inltitUiore ... s a 1 2sp) Nashville. ..............
A:r 1'llihltl plti.. .. .. I 361) 2 5 a St Louis . ...... 7
Ar New rk 4 i5P 6 30A Chicago . .... 4 s.i
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, onil 31, except S.iir-
dlavs, froawn i iaiieville.
I'rain XN- 14, Seaboarul lixpress, drawing room l'ullianu sleepers eteiiei
Tam1nipa, Jaciksoinville aiul New Yiork, via ([ilhnhond and Wasningtoi, Vestihulul
dlay coaichiei hleteen Jacksonville nial Wa,hington, via liicliplost. ufe lingij
ctii service fruoi Jacksuwiville.
No. 66, -a'l)onIrd Mail, dtay coaches, mail, baggage aml express cars Iet%%erin
I.ick-onville auil Ws shiigton. an.l aIrawing room Pullman sleepers between T.iaii.
J ick-,,tiille aiiI New Vork.
No,. ,5 connect at Stark for ,aCrosse. Alachlua. Willifcrd, Wannee anl in ltr-
tieuli.tle iiintL, anil at Archlier \ Nis anl 57. 1iilliiiaii sleeper I between New Orleans add Jacksonville.
Sittaini.- for Ke> West andl Ilavaia.- La'e Port anpa Sundays, Tuesali2y iiin
rl aursilia.s, I I :l I .
.\. 0. Ml.ACION IL,., Ass't Gen. I'as. Agent. Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COl I; ticket Aveiit. Guiinesville.

Choice of Two Through Car Lines

I-- VIA-.

Atlantic Coast Line.
Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Round Trip Rates From Oainesville

$44.10 $36.80
O() .!ale daily, Good till Decein- "On sale daily. Rood sixty day,'.
her 2. 22.35

2Q OOn sale June 9, 14, 16, '2, 23. ,28
On sale daily. Good fifteen days. d 3 Good ten days and y.
For reservations aiid Information apply to Agents Atlantic Cooat Line, or write
Adldress: FRANK C. IIOV'LSTON, Coit'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pa". Agt..
138 W. Itly St., Astor Building. Jacksonville, Fla
iI. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. ASL,
ilmington, N.L. Wilmington. N. C.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y 0C
Time Table in Effect July 11, 1903.
Noti. Nu.t.l '
Daily NI.' oo.t. n.O. a .L
Nzcept Daily. tS TATIONS. DIei,,t
Si iaa

0 13
9 4AAr
to vO
at 40

Ar P. M. At A.~
FaIr~eld ... ..
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We hope to be able to report a man who is. safe. A safe man is a b i e n r rior
fw marriages in our next issue, mane man." W trolled only by Its editor and proprietor.
We have only five marriage notices
i today's paper. oce The defects in our primary elec- w SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive .
So tion law caU and. doubtless will be for twIve eMonths
More roads and better roads remedied before we have another
should be the slogan of everybody primary election. One objection
ho is interested in the progress that has been urged against the
d prosperity of the country.- system is that It requires too long J, Runkle, Proprietor, T H A
tiy Capital. a ballot to get the pamea of all can- OAINBSVIL, PLA.
SIt s reported that the Japanese didates of it. The ballot could be D. E. GODWIN, Editor,
ked Port ArthuragaiWednes- shortened by eavig of the names LOW R Florida
4d* y, Two more Russian torpedo of all candidate who have nooppo- Wainesville, Florida.
o1 thave also been reported de- sition -llowiug the mlres p v ex To "
this week. ecutive committees to declare such
., I.?... candidates the nominees. Savannah, Ga,
A Irophet says Roosevelt will be CC. THOMAS.
4 tad, but th. world will end in Good roads. in Florida would A TroWNV T LAW. I N G U
908. Ob, no.' 'wil W ot. This mean more ftfras bd tter teldra G inesvl c. Florida. Your Chickeus IE.ggs,
world can oe thiungp more farmers aid apIEf Charleston, S. C. ppoCit. rown o.. u. Vegetables, an in fact l
-ldsteCa.'attCaele ih Mat. on, 'Phone No. 97. kinds of Country Pro-
E .o e.-T "tp.s. -better att at ir a a VIA ------
e man who has as* I. a
lamef .that he wii th h e TLANTIC COAST LINF a tATHoSON.E \ /A Y
0 1B'. ATTORNEV AT LAW, Highest Pricts for Cour -
fPeruna in order that 'i ', more intell pG a roeavv Al LW, Highest Prices fr Coun-
,intodlcated is to ll l Jly O ille Foi try Produce. aid Sell O

l of yR. HARRY L.. JARVt. Us wChenp the Chwanpest.
VaI .l. .,; ",a, a1, thanu C ALL O N. I
lK'"iBtei i..'-' .,.-..'. ..' nD Xrr, t. sM O 1, pie p and- Fancy Groceries.
im fiiriniiii- PW*%12iaff*ar OW the igrumla*.^ *_1,iv USD-tLu" 2 Tral:":.*;"^-*

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