The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
July 1, 1904
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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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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EV J. B. HOLLEY Ichers and Placcs here Schools DR. BROUGHION
HIeEV L u I,' e A 1' ineilrest 1o mny. 'of our
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rraigoed in Criminal Court ill ,Suier tfor I.-aichers, equiedt
Jacksonville. i,, Chlaptr No. -20, of tI- l.e .,ws o lor-
Slu,1 lihave l, ..e locate- iat thie following
places, lie talight by instructors
SSAULTED REV. W. A. HO ISON e, I all to ltgi llMotlay. July "*II
SSAULUTED REV. W. A. rI0SON ,i,,I oUtiinie fromn to to eight weeks,
depet)nlet upon> atteniilat te and manifest
sinte-rctt at each school:
-oth Men Baptist Editors -Mr. ittus ll for hies, J'of C.
Holley Was Once Pas- W.ughil, Ipiincipal, assisted tb) Miss
tor Here, II.tit.c II Carpenter.
SPalatkai ( for both races), Prof. 1. I.
"'Tims morning in the criutinail tot iir inits, pi ncipal, a sisttd > l 'rufs. Percy
f record Rev.'J, RB. Holley was l tLI '.;t-igtr, I A II.itlianwai andI Miss Maud
ISo and costs($8.41) for assBauItlIting v It hIalule- er. 'J'his school isi to give in-
,. A. HIolMoi. 'ti lnclion to Ioste reviewing for examiina-
*T'he trouble, which bappene. I Jue i ti. na for Lolth Sante and primary certifi-
rew out of business difference.-.. )ili c.ite-, as well ias to those seeking regular
ministers being editors of The 'Southern colunlty ce-t'ifica-les
a]Ilist Witness. MoinitiIcello r Ioltlh races), Dr. W. V. 1
"The facts of the assault were rel,,rted ti til, 4r.ninilnil, assisted by I'iof. H.
oCounty Solicitor Bryan, not I, Mr \V. l)enillv, anid Miss Posey Taylor.
iobsoln but by some friend, and yeste- I'Lrty (for hliites), rof. W. W. Hall
ay a capias was issued by .Judge (oldge principal.
r thie arrest of Mr. Holley, comnin.iiilhng 1.i. t ;iak I for nuth races). Dr. W. H.
lui to appear incourt. IRti-,cll, pIrincipal, arsisted by Miss Clau-
On being arraigned this norniing, lit d lia M' "iller, andi Mrs, Ella LaF. Hamil-
leaded guilty to the charge Ru.1] siIs ',n1.
sentenced to pay a fine of 25oallld coi.t, \1'elilttr for wlites), Prof. Win. T.
n a in default of payment to be sei.t It, Ke-iieily, principal, assisted by Prof. T.
he county convict cannp for thirty .l.i- J 1rlienslih.
Ie paid the amount prop[itly. .. I Brideutown (for whites), Prof. H. I'.
"Prons the facts brouLight onillt ithei llaya. principal, assisted by Prof. E. R.
rial today, it was found lhlit Itr I IIi. I )ickenisoin.
nil lii not return Mr. IHollv'.s },i.w-- O*rlanilo I ior both race.), I'rof. Tom F'.
'lhecanse, "said Mr. Hcbsoniit. lilI-i, It lie.ithi, principal, assisted by Prof F.
houhl settle their differences, .thiout II. Illi-.. ani Miss Mattle I'. ;lilpaman.
esorling to brute force," .nd f,,r hius r.\ l 1 Riser t for whites), Prof. J. M.
enson Mhr. Hobso avoided a 1mo1t il-;., principal, assisted by Prof. C. G.
asteful and disgraceful scene Mr. IHboh. '.iintt.ll.
on's views will appeal to all gi....I 11 i J.'k-..onvile (for both races), Prof. A.
,en, \. illhaiiu, principal, assisted by P'rof. W.
The foregoing wastaken Irtit W-1ii. -4. \V. linghes, and Mi6s Rowena Longmire.
lsa.s Jacksonville Metrol -,l-. ..,,i.i ,;,- Wih thile foregoing Mr Sheata sends
,erv unpleasalt news t, m it,. Iieol. .' "'t 1tiil.h infoutlatiun about the schools,
In G..inesville. where ftr itnelv i Is ., .I al iige.tls that those who desire furth-
ear M31r. Holley was paisor ,if ihe I-.ti 'i 't ttnu1ta Otinort will address the superin-
ti-ptiit church, and where lie hi niil hli ii,.t i t t i.. n ft i the county iln which school
excellent wife have 1 n,1it'- I- 1. :.1.I,. or the principal of the school..
The Baptist people of the. ttli.- .,. IS .
o se theofficial paper tr>|..,r. Il t PRISON REFORM.
is, therefore but natural to si|) "'p ____.,
will eIeply regret this troituiltI' -. I % 1 j, niitngs \ ili Exercise All Powers
ihe. ediltrs andl opg t]hal II lat |I In "- 1 (If Authoritv.

blameless it will be shown to' tI |-
of the Ssate.
LAI R-Since thieabove %as l .in 1i i t i,
we have learned from the t'iii-', I nit ,
that the council of Jacksoniiilh. i-
Baptist church, of which Rev. II.
is pastor and Rev. Holley itn< it i1-.

S1 Iii t.t .'e. I-In Junle a.-Governior
i ii in i-'t .rirtincd to exercise all the
i i.... i ttiil ,sit ichi tie 'hief ex.
,.1 Ii iL % I L 1. Iy) lam il lthe prrini., a,
I I I, ll .- I'. )T.InInI in ll tie Conilllion
l 1< l, .*l ill\lll jill .i" l m ia i or
II I* I nt II nt il l Ilia stite

has lield a season atnd voled to viililh i | n i., i .. li i, t oI t|iiv ol these
chiurcli fellowship frout Rev. IIl);-i u. i I I i I tl, II itiii c-itt thlcre re tnco .,lL'
MAAV TAwoS S IF o t,, lit: ct crelital)lenalike
The Star regrets to hear of thc tr.he i t. I i g oll-.u ,In|I t-o ltie county lies
lbel t'een thesetwo proninent inii .. I i I Iln stII
and l eing unwilling to do eitller ti ttn l t ,,,i i.ittug. i-i strongly of the
personlt5 coicellied an injustice., w .itI- i% ll i -I I itit iiinltti tns should not
hliol aty opinion on the subject i l t, ,I it t he'it titr lo ida, and he
asait furtherdevelopments. I r,,..i,u.s s, texh.ti'.,t tile power vested in
It iaight not be out of place at i ti- cI ,"li-r ,jr it. iil-,t;tllte full and satis-
tiie., however, to say that all'of tile 1tiil .c,, Iui uoill i
lislhel ticcountsof the unfortunate af.iir ]i ii.alltt-r hats lui|i iihe sptcial atten-
we havecseen are oni oue side onIlv, m1l (1i,11 u ill talilt"-ui touthislerltion of G(overn-
it may yet be learned and sense believe ,r Jceutintgs for several iontths past and
it will lie learned -that there Is two sAlle It,.s lOS rect ,-I i-ew itipetis through
to tle ijiitesion, anat that Rev. Holley with an ,iili i.l report just sublmitted hy Dr.
not %%holy to blame. I I lltich., state prisonii blhvsiciaii.
The impression here is very gene-al
that the fine imposed on Rev. HolleY t i s
an excessive one, and sonie are of the A HANDSOME PRESENT.
opinionii that the treatment of the affair Pastor Rogers Receives A iaycycle
has laken the form of a persecution rathl- From A Friend.
n tlHati that of a prosecution, K.iig your h t,,as i I,P. I expect
Kiiowinlg your Imljitsas 1 il.3, 1 expect
you to al-oult salk y.uurself to death
Baptist, ethodist, Presbyterian. lownt t ere in Gainiesville, so I have sent
On next Sunday night the ilaptist. you a licor.e; look out for huil
Methodist ansd Presbyterian churches The foregoing is the substance of what
will again begin their delightful ansi was i a note that Rev. S. It. Rogers. tbhe
huppy custom of holding oulion services beloved pasor of the I'irst Baptist church
at night, aud will continue until October. receletd from a friend ii West Florida a
'the services as arranged will he s- fol- few fays ago, ad hie ,iutheru Ipress
lows:. Lomnpany as delivery wagon drose up to
|July at Baptist church, Rev. T. I the miniister's ilutly the next morning
Hay. of the Presbyterian church. d there delivered a beautiful ray-
July 1o. at Methodist church, Rev. S. cyc which he clever West eidridian
Ju. Roe, aof the Baptist church. Rev. ad sent to his preacher friend.
|W j. Carpenter, of the Methodist church. The wheel is really a thing of beauty
rJuly 4t, at Baptist church, Rev. W and is highly appreciated by Mr. Rogers
Carpenter, of the Mp 4lat church. both because of its worth, and of the
.111y 3', at Method ist church, Rev. T. way it became his property. eMiai
P. Iay, of the Presbyterls church. rhe wheel was nndle oby the iatit
August 7, at Preabtiran church. Rev. Cyqliig L'oulpaty, alit] is one of the best.

S. R. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
August 14, at Baptist church, Rev. T.
P. Havy, of the Presbyterian church.
Auguslt a21, at Methodist church, Rev
S. B Rogers, of the Baptist church.
AuRUSt a8, at Presbyterian church, Rev.
S. J. Carpenter, of he M]qthodW church.
Repteumber 4, at Baptistchatch, Rev. W.
I. Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
September IT, at Methodlt chrcrch,
Rev. T. P. Hay, of the Presbyterian
thubch. e
September iS, at i'rsbyterlatl church,
Rev. s. B. Rogers, the Japtt church.
September 25, at B it ,thurch, Rev.
SP. lHay, of the cltch.

c. L. PFoinrth 0 Jy S.UIo .
'r oundhtrip tet )l t outh
Olthe ) hio d .i"m.M. .
th rents)
t Agesi, .
b h .

'lay be nad Dog.
Yesterday mourning Marshal I'inkoson
was ca'led to the office of Dr. phillips
where a little white dog was acting so
strangely as to warrant the belief that he
had hydrophobia. The marshal dis-
patched the dog with two bullets from
bis pistol in true Japanese style. It might
be well for parents and owners of dogs to
be on the lookout for the safety of their

flethodIst Church.
Rev W. J. Carpenter Will preach on
"The Christian Cltien-His Creed and
practice.1' at the Methodist church San-
day moitnig.

Atlanta Divine Assaulted By
A liany Chief.


People of Albany Indignant
Chief of Police May Be
i)r. L.ei G. 'troughton, the fanious
Atlantia iapst idiviiie was assaulted with
a rawhide by the Albatty chief of police
while the divine was it a barber's chair
being shavedl in Albany a few days ago.
The chief clainims that Bioughtou made
public false statements about hins, and
ltroughton says he has the proof for all
he said about the Albanty official.
Friends interfereil and prevented the
angr) officer front landing but a single
blow on Broughlton, who rose from the
chair and got ready to defend himself.
Possibly the chief had been misrebre-
sented by Broughton, but Broughton is
not accustomed to misrepresenting people.
Possibly the chief is a very brave man,
but his attack on the Atlanta divine while
he was down in a barber's chair being
shaved would iudicate that he is not.
ALBANY, Ga./June 29.- As a sequel to
the attack made by Chief of Police West-
brooks on Rev. Len G Broughton. In a

Miss Blanche Bronson has returned to Attention K. of P. .HAIR LUotWEII.
her home in Jnrksnnsville, after spending There will be a regular coinuililicationl i k N. pril '99.
a frw days herethe guest of the Missics. of hlt yerion Io.lge No. 2o K of I'. at i)r. It. Gitdinjigm.
Mlipsey'. theira.tantle I;all Ti'esdy at fler Sir:--Wiil y31 kind if,,rTn, me
Dr. W illinii ,iithirla,,Il. iomiinent .4 o clck It' ret r t mr ail if y t cl0 u st111 1r-411 s- .
physician anti surgeon of Hligh Sprhigs. I A full att.-ndaincet .l irdl .ld vi.itoras ldtle of .air Grower the Il par nllei ,u
was amioug the prominent tshtors to itie cordially welcouned J It. I )n '(..... (Ta'tte n5 ark) asl if so I Will lsei ,u I
city yesterday: l, 4 i ,,,ci \ Si C" t Vi ote frl tc -pote. Pleahe if i cn' ol
,Misses En iIna atnil Gerirulr Robhertson, I K. ,, R .dS. S". iel lcl. the aIIOi0lt l1 postage if it llii lie
who are spenilitnR the eek with Iriends \Vwhen in l'lorilan (he winter of i897
in Charleston, S. U., are Lpected home Mr. J. 11. ltaptist, fur the past few ,tnd *9 1 used five bottles of the twenty-
about the Fourth., mouths i the sce tice of the Seaboard five celnt sie end produced a nice growth
of hair where it had bean entirely bald
If it is job printing you want just send Air Line railroad ln thi city, leaves to- for fifteen years, anid now I wonld like to
your order to the btar. It winl have day for Boydton, Va, anti will spend the try it once more if I can get it.
prompt attention, and work and prices next two months at his old Virginia Vnurs truly.
will suit you. tf home, and at other points in the "Old 59 llicks St. J. W. HAVNKq.
Mrs. Ramsey and sister, Miss Martin, Dominion." lifa numerous friends here State of IFloIrda,
of Citra, were shopping in the city Tues- will wish him a pleasant vacation season, County of Alachtun,
day. They were guests of Rev. and Mrs. and the Twice A-. Week Star will keep City of Gniiesville.)
W. J. Carpenter at dinner. him posted about what will be going oin Personally appeared before the sub.
contractorr Whitatock is hurrying the in Florida dating his absence. State of Florida, at large, S. Giddlnga
large two story brick building of l'hifer --who being duly sworn by tte deposes and
Brothers to completion, and when coin- Thse Yankee. of Powrtuml. says t hat the above testimonial was sent
h .tri te him by mail by J. W. llavnes, a man
pleted it will be a credit to the city. "Obervo them, anor," sad a hotel wom he had never seen or heard of,
Did you say you bought your watch of keeper In Lisbon to one of hib Engisb .also that he had -no knowledge o the
H. C. Stevensay y bohe Hight ySprings jeweler guests. "They are the Yankees of Por- mian ever havil used or procured the
H. C. Sevens, he Hig Sprngs jeweler tugal." na rlnralleled Hr G er, far as
Well, is it not a good one? Stevens will He Indicated a group of Brazillans, he know no one had influenced him to
do what lie tells you he'll do-every tinie. consalstli of a prosperous sugar plant- scud it, and that the may has never re-
11. A. Fisher left yesterday for Dun- er, his wife, who literally blazed with ceivedie anything for seniung it..
neII. A. Fher le went to put up an diamonds, an ett aud twghters. worn to and subscribed before this
nellon, where plae went to put up an ele "Tey regard Portugal as their 'old th day of November, A. D. zgos.
trick light plant for that hustling little unty, forthey broke away from S. B. GIDDINoS, M. D
city. He will be sent two othreeaunty,' o they broke away fromMRvas,
city. He will be ab t two or three s as the Americans broke away from Notary publicc for tliv State or Flaride
weeks. ou. They make Immense fortunes In at large.
H. A. Pickett, one of Newperry's Brasll and come here to spend them. Sold by Dr. S. II. Gibilngsa. Gaineavilli-,
most prominent citizens and business just as the Amerlean.mllllonalrea go to anid J. A. Stephens and the Poatoffice
men, was in the city Tuesday, and among England." Drugt Store, Iligh Springs.
the good things he did here was to sub. low a C ltnaman Bi .s B aus ....
scribe for the Star for One year. Manyv Chlnamen frequent PhillninlD a BILL POR PARTITION.

Geo. L. Bryant, Geo. Reynolds, Tonm
Surrency, B. H. Powellb 14, HfcL. Grady,
and others who are interested In the
washing machine business were in the
t.-* Tuesdav frntm Higrh Stint s.

barber's shop on Monday, Mayor Lippitt --
to-day received the following communi- Prof. and Mrs. Tom F. McBeath re-
cation signed by twenty-four prominent turned Wednesday from i t. Louis, where
business and professional men : they went with the Florida editors to
"Sir-Chief of Police R. N. Westbrook visit the fair. They had a pleasant time
hqving a card in yesterday's Herald de- but were glad to get back to I1lorida.
nouncing the charges made against him Major W. R, Thomas and Mr. P. Miller
by Rev. L G. Broughton from the pulpit returned yesterday from a pleasant out-
at the auditorium lastSunday afternoon as tug at White Springs. Mrs. Thomas and
false and maliciouss. and demanding of children will remain at the springs a tew
him the name of his informant and the days longer before they return to the'
source of his information; therefore the city.
undersigned citizens, to releive Dr. Oscar Thomas and his grandmother,
Broughton from further trouble and re- Mrs. Iesac Steenburg, left a few days ago
sponsibility, have taken the matter in for St. Louis, and from here they will
hand, and after a thorough investigation, proceed to FParmington, Ill., wheje they
unanimously request and demand that will spend the summer with relatives and
your honor call a meeting of your board friends.
that we may come before it 'by attorney Rev. J. H. Farmer, of Oklahoma city,
and prove by the evidence that thecharges who was to have preached in the Baptist
are true. If proven we demand the re- church last night did ot arrve-proba.
nouval of Chie' Westbrook." by lt nst rilr connections,
rThe incident ha starroused much feeling. ail d,, .o r. neton,
uu-4.s 1. scieu thot sue .ac'ssi. in

Try Pi g -n's market for best meats.
W. N. Camp was in the city Tuesday
floui his houieat Ocala.
If you want to buy, rent or sell a
laulie-See Moyers.
L N. Pearce, of Alachua, was a busi-
ness visitor to Gaineaville Tuesday.
Rev. S, B. Rogers returned yesterday
from an important ttip to Jacksonville.
Miss Jainie Taylor is visiting filends
at Worthington Springs for a few days.
Fletcher Cromwell has about recovered
from a severe attack of typhoid fever.
Miss Rosabel Smith, has returned
from a visit to friends In South Florida.
Contractor D. 0. tdAwsrds is doing
some very nice work on sonae of the
Any one wanting a well driven will
please call on H. D. Lewis. North
Gainesville. 16 St
WV. B. Riviere and little son, Oscar,
were in the city yesterday from High
Mesears. R. 8. and Will Bradley were
in the city yesterday from their home at
P. 11. Odum, a prominent young attor-
nev of Jacksonville, was in the city on
business Tuesday.
V(ol. Those. g. Owens and L. C. Gracy,
two prominent High Springites" were in
Gainesville Tuesday.
A. J. Moore and interesting little
daughter, Ferroll, of High Springs, were
in the city yesterday.
Geo. L. Taylor. manager of the Gaines-
ville Peach Orchard Company, at Palmer,
was transacting business here yesterday.







After few weeks pieMalt s ay at hbi
old home at Towa sead, Vt., Col. H. I.
ittmn ratrae4 bome Wsds eut
1sft yisieadadp 0 hi 40 aud *s trap
^iuds Mwtat~wtil wat I.

lieu of the expected sermon there was
a prayer service in the church.
We have a complete line of menu's ox-
fords, in black and tan, also the white
and brown canvas. Just the shoes for
summer, and the beat makes and styles
of the season, at our famously low prices.
Give us a call before purchasing else-
where. L. C. Smith.
Mrs, L. W. Jackson, formerly of this
city, but now of Ocala, arrived in the
city Tuesday to spend a few days with
relatives and fiends here. Mrs. Jack,
son likes Ocala very well but considers
no place better than Oainesville. Her
many friends here wete glad to see her
Mr. N. C. Pletit, a former prominent
citizen of Waldo, but now president of the
American Minning and Exploration
Company, located In Mexico City, Ma.
ico, returned to Waldo a few days ago,
having been summoned to the bedside
of his sister, Mrs. CawLhen, who ise rious -
ly ill.
Some of the business sman have recent.
ly been oomplaininag about the way the
trash wagoas allow plues of tMauh to te.
maia in front of their phases of Imslaesir
and we think the grumblng is anot with-
out a just cemne. Let "c'.an up aed
keep clean," be the tootto hbe, there
and everywhere.
N. C- Pettit, who has been (or1 many
years actively engaged In.-the ailnhaf
enterprises In the republic, and whie la t
present the president of tihel Ametftan
Mining sad BEploratilon eOmpay, ,left.
last night for bis former homeln Wailde,
Fla., where he has been eusmmoed to
the bedside of his sister, who i seerionsly
ill.-Mexican Herald, Mec.o City, tMeas
ico. .

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Does Your r

Watch jIM?


If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
It you'll wonder why you didn't think of us long before.
Al work guaranteed. No hasty slipahod job leaves our
shop. Noqe but the best material used, and you will
not grumble at the prices either.

H. C.S

High Springs,





markets and are good patrons, as
many have restaurants and need large
supplies. A Chinaman usually buys a
number of eggs and always carries
with him to market a mail tin i ull
tall of water to test their usefutnes.
If the egg falls to the bottom of the
pall it is good; if It rises to the top It
Is bad avd Is refused, only to be care-
fully wiped off by the vender and put
back in stock to catch a customer
without the palL
le. Inti of ideas.
Yabsley-I have always had an idea
that after a couple had been married
for some time even their thoughts be-
came to a great degree Identical. Am
I right. Peck1
Mr. N. reck-You are. About this
time my wife is think"n over what
he'll say to me for comifg home ae
late, and so amB- I.

Intrepid Widow-Speaking of oonfya
drums, Mr. Slocum, here's a good one,
Why Is the letter "d" like a wedding
Procrastinating Bachelor-Oh, I'm no
food at conundrums.
Intrepid Widow--You give It upt
Why, because "we" can't be "wed"
without Itl


At Oakdale-three miles South lif



July 2, 1904.

will be Games, Musiq,
Exercise, "locutiont and

In the Circuit Court of the Eglhth Ju
dicial Circuit of the State of Fl-.rida, in
anid for the County of Alachita. Ia
Florida Lud Counpa. I
iy, Coinplainait,.
Kniclkerbocker Trust \ Bill for i'artition.
Compntany and James
X. Whittaker, Defen-
Upon motion of W. IE. Baker, Solicitor
for the Florida Lnd Coinmpny, and It
appearing by affidavit filed iu the aboves
entitled cause that the defendants,
Knickerbocker Trust Company and
JaniesK. Whittaker, ae not Inhabitants
ol nor found with the State of Florida,
nor have voluntarily entered their ap-
pearance herein, and that the Knicker-
bocker Trust Company Is a resident and
citizen of thile State of New York and re-
sides in the City of New York, there
having a principal office, and that James
K. W hittaker to a resident and citizen of
the State of New York and reaides in the
city of New York, and has a place of bus-
inese at 23 West 36th Street, and Is above
the age of years; it is there-
fore ordered that said non-resident de.
fendants, Knickerbocker Trust Company
anid Jamnies K. Whlttaker, be and they the
said Knickerbocker Trust Company end
Jaines K. Whittaker are hereby ordered
and required to appear to the Bill of Comn.
plaint filed in the said cause on or before
onday, tile 4th day of July, A. D. 19o4,
otherwise the allegations of said bill will
be taken as rofee-d by said dlffndanta,
It Is further ordered that this order be
rabliashekl once a- week for fOur conseen.
lve weeks la the Oainesville Star, a
newspaper published in said County and
This May 30, r9o4.
LSaAI..1 i1. C. DugNKT ,
Clerk of the Circuit Oottt.
By a, H. Wiesng,
Deputy Cl'i..
State of Florida,

County of Alacbim, )
This is to certify that the
foregoing is a correct copy.61 I
onQ le l In ihis oieA
Witness Ily hand and seat I

Dr. Merrti ttorthell,
The Celebrated New York City
Weekly Visits Beginning
July 14th-15th
Thursday from 2 o'clock


To Friday at 2 o'clock.

Brown House Parlor.
Newbeiry, Monday morning
July 25.


Notice of application fbr 'Taw DUM.t '
der Section OfChapter 4888", 14W5
S lo r i(d a h t h at
Notice Is hereby given that W. Sk,.l -
T"houas purchaser of t ax c ) .r
()I, dated the 2nd day of Jtuly, A.
IA has filed mid certificate in my '',
and Les made application for tax detW*.
issue In accordance with law. Said eron
tiSfcate emrscee the following described "
ProipeY. t ted. in Alachua county, '
Fir'id to-wit: Lat 93 Blck 27, BmIMsL '
adEdont to Gals,3il iTb. T iad land
beingasiefted awi' Idute of the issuance
of such crthcate it the a*eam of Thee.
Deas. Unless sald certifioat shall be se*
deemed according to law tax deed wtll J
issue thereof on he 11th day July, A. '
D. 1.4.
Witness my official signature td teail
this the 9th day of June, A: D. 19o4.
[sAL.] H. C. Da nxW,
Clerk Circuit Court Ataches county
Florida, Per S. H. Wingles, D, 0, '",
Notice of application for Tax Deed un-
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
Notice is hereby given that W.9.. '
Thomaas, purchaser of tax certifcsto Nb.
576, dated the 5th day of July, A,. D. 1 2.
bha filed said pertfcate lo smy omce, l ',.,.
has made application for lax deed to lane
In accordance with law. ld ertuli.a.e
embraces the following decrtbd W *
ty situated in Alachuas county, I =
to-wit: Lot 1o, Block ,27,1 B1 h'T4 A-., ,.'
dltion to GOaiesville. The mu land be-. '
ing asesse at the dateof the issuane of
such certiieate in the name of Annie I. "
McIllvLn, unlas said certificate shall be '
redeemed according to law tax deed will.
issue thereon'on the I1th day of July, A. ;
D. 190t
Witneas0 y oflcWal signature and seal ,
this t0 qu yof June, A, JD. 19o4 "
litJLXau1 H. C. DJWeTO, r *
Clerik trcult- Court Alachena coty,'..
Florida. Per Wiengena D. C.

Under and by *li m o am
issued out of tle , arf
Fifth Judicial Creut, nlaMe1 d f31
county, oo the th da .f a
190 a vor on. A n
aSi .init ID. IWI o.'n ZU
1. &Vaeadi t41aid county d.
havl eled'ut as the pVoety

.hi y the 1w

Rev. W. J. Carpenter

of Galnesville will deliver an


The Committee.

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QalaisevlUe, '- Florida.
Opposite iown
o'-e M. 97.

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1LU 'U. 1,1

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p.. A. oDWIN,
editor *sd ProprIeter.
tened April 8, 1(08, at GalnesvWi,
as second-class matter, under Act of
of March 3. t879.

b"illked every Tuesday and Friday,
.00 year In advance.
o Cnts for Six Months,
S Cents for Three Months.
l, leaderss in brevere type. 5 cents
.A'* Ifet each Insertion.
for display advertisements priced
editor Is not responsible for the
of correspondedta or others con-
g to his columns.
-United States Senator
James P. Taliaferro.
lMember Congress, 2nd District
Frank Clark.
SPresidential Electors
H. P. Bailey,
S T. A. Jennings,
J. 0. B. Koonce,
A. B. Newton,
l F. B. Stoneman.
-,Oover or
Napolean B. Broward.
A.ecretary of State
H. Clay Crawford.
William H. Ellis.
ptt l1er
'i A. C. Croom.
,.. William V. Knott.
superintendent Public Instructions
S W. M. Hollow&y,
omtaoitoner of Agriculture
"' B, E. McLin.
h .t4adimiioner
:;, ,Josn-l ., ,Morgan.
.e Court-i.x .Vear
.k Taylor.
e Court
SS. Shackleford,
8. Whitfield.
.. Rosbrough,
't, TUllman.
-lad. eason.
W. Fennell.
'tuft Court
WI'. Wieages.
SW. Colson.
:.W D.V Dickinson.
ntendent Public Instruction
,Dr. J. L. Kelley,
ty Treasurer
H. Robertson.
ty purveyor
,~utm. Croxton.
bitllbty Commissioners
". D, ampier.
J. Osteen,
C. C. Pedrick,
P F. F, Paulling,
V j. J Townsend.
Member of School Board
T." A. Doke,
W. J. Martin,
:" R. B. Weeks.

I1 anxious euquiriera as to the
lwipllplaese N. B. Broward is
r next governor.-Peneacola

-you expect to make your
l'ta." says an exchange,
._ .iy epect to have to make

` lr Iorlda town should be
'. qlbbn thi stummer.. "An
1'O preventative is worth a
ot cure."
atrd will .leave the guber-
j b'l hair with a fine record be-
a himt. Mark the prdletioan:-
LA'Oak Crescent.
the thirteenth republican#
Oan that nominates Roomrs:
j-u"4 the number is ominous.
nAtanta Constitution.
other county in Florida has
-iay Important tows- s' has
Usta, county, and (&aiulea is
4la'slaargest, prettiest a4 best
republicann factions bI Wjis-
Onounce each other as unfit
the State's affairs. foth
re telling the truth.-hte*

aum horror was really
mas at Lrat ,reported.
that nearly
rhir Isves
'IFNI1 .

- v4r the,

i ,-' Tor "","IVI'WIBM 'F ,. ..- f .^,'',V ?'.
Unlo's Big Vcto the O NationalDemocratici
Banner quotas a portli of an edi. and a rel clever getlean, ha
trial Jpa graph from the STAR. been selected As cbhairan of the
aid follows it with nearly half a Florida delegation' which goes to
column of comment which shows St..LoaI .D the turpentine men's
that the editor is very "sore" over ips 9L Betldes being a jolly good
the rtault of the recent primary, imftji eaptoain Hillman js one of
b''lhe paragraph in the 4 1 I 1rida's naval stores kings, and is
Editor Harris quoted froj Wia M'a eoe of the State's handsomest en,.
follows: It has been aid by sonre that he
iltor Harris seemp t I. lk the bears a striking resemblance to
Time s-Union's spot "9ot Gbeen" Governor -Napoleon Bonapar.te
rebuked because M/tiekton was Broward.
not noulustd.'H Uirother Harris
forgottemn .h the T-U. spported Braidentoen' Herald: Rumors
Mr. Davi '?
Bro. Harris dodged the question. are afloat bein, and they. are gner-
the. io.lowlng sentence is the ally believed,. tlhIt tlh Atlantie
part of the paragraph that Brother Coast Line will soon begin the con-
Harris inadvertently (?) left of: struntilon of a road from Tampa to
"Has Brother Harris forgotten that BoGrande via Bradentown, and
the T..U. supported Mr. Davis?" that the Braidentown Traction
Now. why did Brother Harris pub. company will extend its line to Sar-.
lish the first sentence and leave off aesA. It ia IMposlbie to confirm
the lat sentence of our editorial these rumor at this time, but many
paragraph? Is there any one of believe tbem to be-true. The ina-
our readers too dutoo dull to understand provements would be a great help
it? We think not. to Iraidentown and Manatee
Following the quotation from the county, and we hope they will be
STAR is an editorial by Brother made.
Harris in which he trio to belittle All the big farming that w"a ever
Stockton and Barra, and wants his done is not confined to the United
readers to understand that the do.e- States of America, for. according to
feat of those gentlemen wa a decis- Prof. Lauclanna. In Youth's Comn-
Ive and signal victory for the Times- panlon, on Caligula's farm, near
Union, but he seems to lose malht aindet Rome, "were born on April
of the fact that if the defeat of 95th, seventy children, of whom
Stockton and Ban:s was a v'fo. tblrAy were ofibte male sex. The
for the T.-U. the defeat of Davis same day 50,000 modil of wheat
must have been as great a victory (about 100,000gallons) were mov-
for the papers opp9sitg him. ed from the threshbing floor to the
Brother Harri says "the : Ipi. granaries; five hundred young
SlUnion came out of the caItpapi.: otsmn werebroken."-Punta Gorda
with Aying colors," etc.. when t l lterald.
knows perfectly well that the m Certais very dishonest persons
i didate meot earnestly supported -b1 thr" Sgout the country who are ad-
that paper-Hon. Robert W,, ,I* 'tIst resnedies for all manner of
-was defeated... I t. i his, n ailments, and are thereby
StoeetW et _.I W., .i t tippouing on the weak in body and
viot rk Ml T m a4J iUlon, why talnd, should be put out of business.
Was nt the defeatof Davis a great The vry olaseres that are being
Victory for the Ogilnsville aTrAa swindled by many medicine quacks
Brother Harris; .when you are and frauds are the least able to pay
quoting fromu the SyTa please be for remedies from which no benefits
fair enough to quote fully enough are derived, and they should be pro-
to make us understood by your tected by stringet laws against such
readers. robbery.
The Gainesville STAl is making It is being rumored that Hon.
itself appear ridiculous in Attack-R'
ing thel integrity of certain new&- Rolt. W. Davis will become a citi-
papers which differed with It in tie zen of Tiunpa, and apply himself'
recent primary election. I be edi- exclusively tu the practice of law.
tor of the STAR should have muse rhousanuds of Oiorldianis who voted
enough to know that the eight in- against laim-as well as those who
m side of the party Isat an end. It is n se
now time for allood democrats to were for him-in the recent contest
get together and asi up against the for the Governorship will wish him
common enemy.-Desota County well wherever he may locate, and
News. I In whatever profession he may
In the first sentence of the above follow,
there is not one word of truth. The
-.6 A lawver In a cutlint m av

second sentence we will I
true if the writer will sautst
words "ought to be" in lie
word "is," after the word
The third paragraph is tr
stands, and as to what i av
we agree with the writer.
The editor of the STAR
asked on several occe
Alachua county's nominee
Legislature are in fav
vagrancy law, We do
authorized to answer for il
will say now, that we
they will favor such a Is
demand for such a law la i
in Plorida-some lakw on
ject is certainly needed-i
to be hoped. that theiexl
ture will Rive ts the law
of our readers would t
hear from Hons. Roaboro
Tnllman on the subject,
open our columns to them
about the matter.

SSavt your samp e
(Gowin and try to wlpP Ul
thw mud that you have ,
b9i% t the a hI
it W. Pa W wr.
ers as you a.n Ah .n of
dard, need t talo d.v
both iU your ualners.--
The editw Of the ,Lal
Star is a sptM fellow-
is asimep-*mida -p at ma
wasnever imndlas*esed
ebt and Ia t khep pt.

the tta uts4 of p~

abont Iti 'WI

but it sabold
bx a s t h,


ccept a A lawyer in a court room may
itute the call a man a liar, scoundrel, villion
ou of the or. thief and uo one makes a com-
"party." plaint when court is adjourned. If
rue as it a newspaper prints such reflections
aid in it on a man's character there is a libel
suitor a dead editor. And this is
owing to the fact that people be-
has been lievewhat an editor saysI what a
tlsons if lawyer say cuts no figure.-Routt
* for the County. Colorado, Courier.
'or of a
not feel A Florida exchange says that a
hem, but certain young man let his bill at the
Believe drug store run for two years before
iw. The settling. When he rteilved bfls ie.
creaslug omixmd itatsmet, the Brat item wap
the Sub- chocolate oneas and the last a
end it i nursing bottle. Verily time maketh
t legiala. reat el as"ge-West Palm Beach
r. Many TropicalSun.
* glad to Brother Hale, of the Levy County
.itih and Advae, bas recently been "roast.
and w hit>a" a "feather man." Brother
t apept Ie is as brave a man as lives in
Iowy county, so it can't be said
d tlAt teI roasting was administered
A I .Of beftunse -te "feather man" was a
4Ub. "light weight."
-d It is said that there are three men
the Sain awsad Mad running for Congress
Saw In Waryla -, It sq- that ary.*
' l. -to a 0 u campaign,
aid whothe the Mdia are elected
ke B0uter ol dofmtpd, at the end, of the cam,
-when he pagu their names will be Mud.
we know Dprmkesnum si ofie l. disgrace.
It pr- fi a4 the deent people of any,
"Wammwity shotul paut sach a man
woti for out in tin I <&d t hi place the.
"s "a of their demtunation upon ihe
Ohs, and the official.-Levy

I'' "n"t"Wto refusal to pay his
bi Id his editor's bill
W'tWU about his family
.... I tae d detdor wil-
.6p0 Wiaee :demd, and
l tai. ....'to write his obitot

,, the V o t..
S: .w$ ,,Jeaiu


t we nave .
In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
SWomen and Children, at popular
prices and of the best makes.

W- e call

Particular attention to the Ladies A
"Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
ica" anda "Wdlk Over" grades.

| J. D. Matheson,
0 8hand Loatli1e 0tofe. 'lAineplfille, F[.

Robt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
-graph and Mail-Orders Attended to
Promptly ... .



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THIS PAPER ij published in the inter-
est of the Moral, Business and Politica In-
terests of Gainesville, Alachua Cofinty and
Florida, and in the financial interests of its
editor and proprietor,

THE STAR is the PEAPL.i.'S paper,
and will advocate such candidates for office
as the editor conscientiously believes are the
people's best friends when principle, expert t
ence and ability are -all considered, and,
while friendly suggestions are always wel e
corned, the policy of THE STAR will be con-
trolled only by its editor and proprietor.
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Oalnesville, Florida. !

Oaiaeville, Florida.
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Vegetables, and in ftct al1
kinds of Country Pro-

Highest Prices Ior Coun-
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Cheap as the Cheapeat.

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- Florida.

Air Line' Railway
Schedule lIffective December 7, 1903.

9 35M
1 2 201)j

1 -261)
1 58p a
2 35P
4 14P-1

7 2811 1I
7 45 1a
6 toop




3 0 AP
3 40P
5 03P
5 361)
j 6p

Lv .


Jacksonville .
S. aldwin .
Waldo .
Cedar Key .
Silver Srings .
S. O.ala .
. Wildwood .
S. Orlanlo .
S. Dadle City .
. Plant City .
S. Palmetto .
. Manlatee
Sarasotn .
S. TaniD ..

I 54 34 I (0

. Lv
. Ar
. Lv

50a 7 158 5 -,1
IBa 6 oi 4 42,
aoa 4 04a 2
S14* I
5o4a ... ....
so ...
. 12 21,
I 55 I 4
S12 23a 11 1,
7 7 Po 8 2..
10 18p Iu 7-i
9 23p 9 45a
4 45P 74 -a
3 5P 7 277"
oop 8

v.. j'oAks9uvill 9 con 7 50 L.v Jacksonville ..... 3 40op 2-,.a
fAr ernanilii. io r 5a 9 oop Ar Lake City . 5 5ip 1,a
Ar truinswick .. a2 op 10 35p Ar Live Oak ..... 6 35P i P p
Ar Savaiahalh Iup I 5ua Ar Madison . 7 55P 5
Ar I'airitx . 3 u9p I 44a Ar Monticello ..... 9 lop 15
Ar lemniatk . 3 57p 2 2ua Ar Tanilahasmee . 9 4op 3 s,
Ar iolumiiii . 5 3 op 3 55p Ar Qulne . .. . 4 1 P
Ar CaRr . 7 4op 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 051p
Ar Hamletl . 99 551 S u5a Ar Pensacola . . .. 56
Ar ilmhningto . ... 12 o5p Ar Mobile . .. 55
Ar Southern I'ines ri i8p 9 36a Ar New Or:eans . .7 25m
Ar Raleighi ....... 5311 I5 45A I.v Ja-ckaonville .... 8 i,,p
Ar Pottslmioutlh . H8 oo 5 35P Ar Macon .... . a3 .iL
Ar Richuiosil, Va. ... 6 35a 3 12p Atlanta . . .7 5'-
Ar %% ashington ... so 10on 8 3op Chattar.ooga ....... 2 -
Ar Ilaltimore ...... a 25a 1 25P Nashville . ........ 9 2o
Ar PIhiladelphi"a ..... I 36p 2 5oa St Louis .. . 7 -,.a
Ar New Vork . 4 ip 6 3oa Chicago . ... 9 15s1
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
days, from ULlainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasalngto.p VestibuledI
day coaches between Jacksonville and Waphington, via Richmtond. Cafe dihung
car service from Jacksonville.
No 66. Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
.acksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tamip:i,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter.
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa kundays. Tuesday anid
Tliursdai s, i11:15 p. 1 in.
A.. MACDON ELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.L
E. C. C011lt Ticket Aent. Gainesville.

Choice of Two Through Car Lines

--VIA---.- -

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

On sale
bet 2,5.

daily. Good till Dlecem. On

On sale daily. Good fifteen day's.

sale daily. Qoodaixty dayA.
sale June 9. 14, 16, 21, 23, 28
I 30. Good ten days and in
ches oilw.

For reservations and information apply to Agents Atlantic Cast Line., or write
Address: FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Comu'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav Pass. Agt.,
138 W. Hay St., Astor Building, Jac awltille, FIa
1. A. EMERSON. Traf. Mr., W.J J CAIG, Qms. st.,
H. Wilmington, L.'. W N CRAN.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Time Table in Effect July 11, 1908.

No. .,1 ..... a -
N.. N o 1PL r No.. 26@& No. I
su ept "Daily. Da STATIONS. I o y.IB

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and Clffi Impay

Is m netlipee ard to keep pace with i.
I our felttl11e are equal to all deania,..
whether.3 ou want to build one house ,t
on dozen. Vou are on the right roadl i, ,
the right kipd of lumber when you c, ,-
our way. We diel in all kinds of tn,,..
S iR 'Material for outside and inside fi{i h
S to complete any dwelling, hotel, sto,, .,
factory. Tell Is your wants. We ,i
do the rest.


,, --- '- i ,, Reno rod My Federal Judge speer IP Jap Admt ral Reports Sea Fight a .
Sensational Inoldant Oeeure In Geor' Hbs Corpus Cae-r-Munloipal P ort Arthur-C-ar's Force in
1f elur in Sloneral toAemblyn Over Pop- Well Known Atlanta Divine Recorder. are-_ Ha.rd Hit- Armies of Japs and Russians ...hurl am .tl *at.-..
-gY In sl06Urn Disaster Ren- oestion to Mon or Cleveland-
ders its Verdict of hich Attacked By Police Chief. At Ua=on, a. Tuesday morning, Push Rapidly Forward, A special of iday rom Toklo
to InX e in unqualfied terms: I Jcdge Emory peer, of the fooeral ,,says; Admire Togo reports an an-

s14 4' ----- -W o I lndr for Ja unqu |lP A ourtdp Port Arthur last Thura-
^ val..rn for the pdency, th babes corpus poceding I.ti,. LATEST NAVAL EPI:SODE day, t In

WARRANTS ARE ISSUE D.. ela. ad tfor the, emstc WAS IN BARBER'S CHAIR courte avdb whdch wa 8 AES NaVA. P lSO DEpnte rrom ab lehYangthbate
b t alen termination to ed by Hetwy Jamison, colored, who eavdet type waas i and ae
M co lk ldr.loly Re etdenw of the Georgla house or rho re- Remarks by Dr. Broughton In Sermon w x sentenced to rve oevn month Jap General Kurokl and Oku ending ship the evastopol type and a frm t
e olokbs end Captain Pea e sentaitive Monday some frty ain. Wterein Oh.ef of Police West- upon the county deaochgang at hard Forces Northward to Frorce Rua- lass cruiser of the Diana type wr
fnaled to Cquip Vessel Wl te beore i. he relar hour or ad- brook Was Seored thp Qause labor.. In his decision Judge Spar or ions t i damaged. The Japanese fleet was
1ae o -Ap paralu W-aco In W-etrbeo th 'lea t oure- of the Tro ouble. .. dered, the ne ro to be liberated on ac. .ale a i bthclyJams e
'. L Ptepr S Fire Appat ratusy. ertavmento ad; t e a or less I o b" op. T"he rcoue ae."~ wld t hd tno o vipptunce whieveh toa sb ,s"ton a attleo .e ari. whact edly wsa m a oe. .. .t
In*.' .oapta roftr n U ent t e ol -. jur atN.w Y 1 O mcitted. chowir that the ineg'ro thad It/ rgu l rl Oku and Kurokt hTbl jotneo
h a oyreponler f at Ne Yoi 'Tee bdttol uad It 4 mot ithout at 'At. Albany, Gal, Monday after bn ented, la the hinion ob hef ,ucorr borated by cal Yang Genera fro the ^^*
o Wlocm Inquest bas returned a %iing l0 ba t .estbrof ldtio. pceran oa r wiout r, ae-inh s8ay^ t rpor from Uaton ratsc
e" b elt, fl eetd;ng ". "r a rfu.. ... vre A voce "ote to -lay salited Dr1 Lor a. Brouohton, 'of At- that 0h bn .een o epr ge o.o rns h e advance guard regiment g are bco- rectoleo of -ah aro"
tall- refused- on v4 v oce e --"--
I Ieipii the m vt I nap ion of the taatl i Th e dt, t ty gide wf lbfhe arl courts the er .11 the aou nre guard Tbr imed. mear cho. of s also n-ntesthhs

"eodt ofthe retort the Ktwo e this action in the iture a tack wast mae s a Broad 1tro*t bart lon and dchro tohat J amison Thebttes are Laneaes, but they lJaaneset" forces Ohhett
STi hboer steamboat company Partial vialtory; te ant -levpolanditts oberho The.,encounter caused wilda had.o no opportlity whatever to so ao that the .ainese are moving cently advancing Ine War -h d i

Cfen era~l y m o e -~o s 8 1 'o a l oeumr. w as T ht e .of nt. p o er ,B d elu l n to hi e ow pi n gIo n 1retnder-y baa e e llig a n r c ived to uu J

That Oapthe n Van Bobht crimi- assert that the resolnlzon ,ould have excaiteme p tocure a fair tra.l Jord. ing .to the forward regularly on each fnst. 'his have fallen back on te 1n w anK-hle
n ': elly rspnalbte,be. e ntrodfeated had it s rom ooe t o ai vote.l The troublee trted uaa after w et' oe ustld t hIe hdria ng befoe isq cGenera'a nd ofr d... ...t, A t'..Peterburg s efiuen the thday: Whl

her Oaptaln Pesb et, ot the Grand The interesting feature o[ this'ma st-b oon wn Dr Broughton, w*d le lead- the recorder. or the police court i t e M ember, o ,, ,h, Re o .together : any rmos ar e rifer th that er

'*. ,; --r on~b~ er' .-a ry a we ara offeredn by .trh steam-n of Lin foehn 1ht wol 'p.. .' t alto r- iti or. r.l.y .. nyt ...... eld ........... o ard thony thin lthttt -can tbe
ornbilel a et of the dr etera n c- '0 6 s that re. luo ro ng to bg- er of eeti a A t- M on wi-h no-"mb "t who ar.e deth r- coft s aa to e nw m
". "boat company's feet; I crmitally r ti ind arle Clevl'and or. anybody else .rlun, statp. d i' the presnc of a ar @ Thea teleon of Judge-Speer" hto : se- o that:tJn esate o wt cer tye that wvr ote -
ipon0st ale an that he filed to pro aer s shouke ret- lt th breaking -a the sea conar satlol that rottenne pervaded tby lawAyeri5 to evolve the-authority of ea sof twt r h tbi ghtbnowr thatve re neh'o b uothi ar
usif rcsaoa o heKikerbce Sta been .Groefer h~cadIt anam to a vobte.'t The '06g~lip o"ened Monday -after.oncplodnnc n nec i to .waPrd regulrly 6qad~ esachf T ot fSnce at h uha

TIMA P.y equip the Alocum' Ith Bre appl on.of the" ouse, andf tur t, too,.l the city. goraemost OfAlbany "H munlid l courts all over the country I sa h a t Telicraud n.o b lattiot oGener culal" cr op t esh aA.
r Ooops. Ipe r a disorder somewhat oA l the -. |ine"that whpe legally cln tared rhhth t W1sbrook to sentece violators of mmiarypal or- I It io oraneig ontt i o- o<
Tht Mate Pei 'ann agaae en "cte i In rs tAmlly u prevalent t Dlit B .had been taken-from house. o quBes- b dinat.c .to local- ata' n mgamnger. To llys This cablegram was e ed C 4 tehe r l Ja an ese m ad ac a i Cho
-"oat rdly m nener.".. vetons. tionable resort, hn a staet of intoxica power la enter in" the opinion tender- 3"apanse e I n WIniinon that practical abadon IO m
ha coinThat th e action of In pector"i und- The CleveIo -ad nrasohtiond bohch wat tion" He promisoeI to prod fce ,4ldav* ed bY 3udglo 'of Judge -Speer Ias brom Oklo: t "' ,troeilo n s to p ti eal y a ndn at

S 1.0berg should be broua theatten- oe n ev s g Ame rica sl u W trPo o bened the are .het twoi r i o rc d uat t Telslwere 247 killed, f t- ne natural consequence tie fthdn irar
tin of the federal authorities greatest statesman."- Atn amendment and his friends oarfidently s etat b re Mcon' 'oni,w without criminal pe lauding ofers,, al 96 wounded, in- h Ia(f the-Russian troops f;
SC oron er Berry has c ued wahifrants o offered byMr;'a Boy, l n, cof L in forehand tho I would peroadlly rt og or- trial bc o urty, c>nv lit a ran eluding 43 officers. "ac o ac t eo
for tes arrest of the directors and ofR- abi, proposing to tab rike- the time of Be.ttthem, w ttwe a minor v .tolatlon ...a mumt- d t Jap avC Viory... : T .h GAc u'n s co col...,t m ils,
&*~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ '^r~T em? ec ^Ell n mu c p 'f or- uno or.Ksrq. ai,,Tell Iton liom l t ,ao^Kme1..i ~vc-,.>
i .a fBf the ckerbooer ateambot roverr Ce la and to sbsttute The all oieed Monday ternoon bet ll ordnan.e and, sentence him toso A iwspaatt .r',, thedo sine The or o o-ucacage tha te Rur Ia

C "] company. !Itspictor (Atandbers and thatt of Ju~dge Al~ton. B, Pasrker, of New .when Criager Wglestbrook, ta son of the seven. months, of hardl labor in the "Rusian.Piort d Arthur asqadm ts ailrac- tist r egt ie north of euhaadte Russia
o"'MatePlaieasnafn' have been hel', In York, "Amerist~s greatest jrist.':."Bit -chief, made a persoftel .at~tack 0rn R Bibb co~ant-y cha!ngaing. The .ptniso- -tio oal y dthi'oye tho war st a ly offe nsive. ost plu and tgraht l fmi les nbrck oft
$1,000 balt eBch, the amend meut never a 2ote, W. Jordan, who h w beenu taing a m nt .olbh thus o e inflicfts ina. abe or do s a nyt rnfi to to tln chradia l ofa atc-

Csptn Va n Schaich'w Testmlmny. nor did any other motion in conne- prominent c vrt In the revival meet- breach of ihe state penitentiary. Thl wo r is mrn 1 r lag t ine hf the Jailro a d w.
hen the coroner's Jury, which has lon wlh the resolution ecept tho ns and whomnu ib was sliced, had fur. opinion dno tho e right o f any pics Ne wly whir wrh r i, l.. tarn tn piah ,ni ,Is 0y a th e Sue wbic
been investigating the distil ler to the otlon to t vab e. aell ehd Er. Bro ughton with the infr- magisrato of any mnunnipiip lty t, uectlTrsey ti r 1 ... ha n I neach KainoM' tn a connl of e ayn.

'-aecuraio steamer General 1ocum. re- ,Early in the sIessio tl In thenatlon trb hch har d been uWed in the tae ce menr women Is and chihlr. aI un der rA d rrs, nI,,l vn Olor|) t.o ,p cale mIs,,irhl' thairee K and n1s s, not
'. sumad 'ai hearings Tuedy, Capain passed a n resolution by Mr. wann, of sensa tional charges made. the| a ha ngeng for hte oan o f sTi, uner Thor .ran n lle p i,, I e n le f rk>i l ad KaCitoe i-
Vn Shalck, the comm nder of the Chatham,. p roviding that the general Mondy aternoon ju a stf before 6 such trvinl oTl qnsus tis oltra v.I hn enaIror hforce.J a .As soon",'e arth oth nro oc cuYang' r nthi, tell ll rom

Blocum, was called as 'h. first wit- assembly shobt adjoM rn from July t o'clock, Dr. Broughton went into a his juri s t c lon I Ill o the hr r he w i. n by th e .^nin mfliiftcy KiClo apr e
"., ~ ~~~~~~to Jtay 11 orLho purpoaeotfattending Broad[ street barbor shop, accompa-" It Is und.lstoo, t hai. ih( clry n~l Jaonf th o hnr b or ats an ld by thto I:hIlng' I an d S lient i-zCheng whence l '
Ve a o lile wbu t ,to, thee nations sh dem ocratic convention at n icd by ad vers1 of hi s friends. In a appeal from tit e.nclsion and l'gh t the Ja oan w 'th i fu al at e g. thel K a o aorIai-Chint,
ou tn 1n n fnvalo d's c stiid he hto t. L.ous. This rean ol"tA eio a went ewy minutes he was fo41owed by Choe wlr matter to the sut'ee court of the e al tn Thiullss i;,tc..e 2i-ny I o t
dtrougth on viva voe tm.o te with little Westbrooe. Dr. trou ehton wa to in a United Stote,. Rwisth oun -cr iadalon, po I spring teluin bat. he exact .,rp.nteon of Ihn Japan-
Ca r us. Berr s I sse a rr ant wn o opposition, by'r -out l was de oeat in the barber's h t er. Wetbook made ne Henry Jami on is an aged ahn re. )rhps and -rnller n ant a forpl do ewol on th. Ta he., Kini road Is not
-fory asenI 81 eta1 Ineuride a s to which of the doe- sli nef- of take fu e e t crgft, outtodI r thn -,arl r b.ot well witht hem ,wn, but o1dr a. irv lt n is a.. Vmnanda.
H. y e as o the G e e a Blo H owend ,lngr l the T ho -eon a era glvtlem e.1 w ho w er o be ing rested on a charge ol dirrn'erly yonr In th rs nge o m sh e's forvs. Th e ;o r pfh.. 40 n iles ro i lC, he an
e oftt at! e s he B rt weat into com. followil B the line of Mr. Cnnn'n reso. shaved was h Atanta divine. As duct, and whlh in the p e barrack poG flotilla \as vof nt in to n ak and n7n o ter at .hapanl, 2, mleI from
tlnSK on, but ec h a d hing and. ton, bp e Iaker Morrisold in troduced the n s he id tlled Dr. B roughton under orre t h'l l a rcond It tro ,. tlen the tav ck wa made at the P eo. a:t.'- (bo n. M ia ry crl tic.d approve
W ith the g enera i equipm ent o f that foI lo win g re solu tonn w hich Im m ed i- the chief -Produ ced a heavy raw hhle dlsor dierly .omintlt entar,'x age ing', r onv t, w h en n h o fl ag of .4.|m i-. I,rrl'' K ,'raatk3n' s d ec i.ion not
h sa e York "Am' firsts plats, no with '"Bi

.11 it000 l a la tu the rpala tter carreyn a torm. hip and struck him three or our him. The eagg t ir fl ne lm pse l lo*' ral nev, ,limi. ITh rpdo s stok td fi ai Ka-h,., w.rhio, th'.e point.
S ip t tWnera l assembly hava ng pat s- time. but owleg to the Interference of l d both .aes s or, lin, ri. llr he h ig latl,,htp, >.ininta,-u. oIn is a iartl-,larly 1nfa ura le lo-
ptatn PeVae ooke after tihe eqp. n d a joint reOet mtion to adjoun n from ia doen rons t lo o the revi dva nolncsnei ly. mn ncbh a flan c from K ro-
a Went o the Blorcm each seasot H[ J tl l 2 to July 11 for the purpose of take full effect. Th tre we re ev .ral o inn reviewing or," a hfr tl on ofa tln ,trsd lloly.
: t id tS he gtveinrn m ent Intpeoeor a atteend ng th e',d mo cr e nateo nt donanl ble fn g htt r n hl '. thrui Iin one t i i on Re. t s r< I n .o l. y that in, g n i N iu chwan g on th o her.
be e mn e omto the d isasont to t Eolel i no n. 1h laa chart aled by a number of t eper rema rk l : hardly n y oan h, r .,,w o f 7il .:cn "l'h. ,a pan e e ', ,n, ag l i.n thrs h.
ah "pf ld 1od, end s e personally at t-eeor be it resolve by th. house, por tons who were preen nt u hat Dr. "The material avr,;nint ,f I in p W sav,,l, nnd shu th,- u.sslan al- ; ;; .
t noe I b t8hr T.he le t ha t the epelal tra'n carrying the Broughton ad a pistol ad threatened tMtro are fat sIn i I cthrtioner was ma inral wtnI dignn wi h l. .t,,. .ilnr1 and an cunnrrooI n1m er of g s.
Va hrle t he o mmanr Ch geneIa assembly of the C p te geof eor lo ne L rr e e 6aedthed er.r urt. il though h, ntlih- h n, crn avoli ha r di l h
Blocu" wase calergad aethen I ran wt- e'*y: G nrl8hroa .601 o'l ock D\r. Bro ughton w enri th Inoll an III Jul itc inin m 1 lh-f .n*Hn.wr -f.rn i~io l-r\.3 ,

ne st. to a wo an o he 11t. for he l a cif aAotendin sttale tA'lbany barb J hft 2. ompecial.Is joloo -I ii. IIIi. IIformaion t ed b t,1

Va. WIr whe we he eandi tolo the natno t onral convene tion he de. It he;v irn s I ail.c ile aehpn a tin h b n t m T f t. T,.h trinl Japnes defesla r 11nt ftro
cod the Oac e It harI in r ed n flag and colnr inn f'vor of th l a hasy tr e c hefof hohs ouotutn whern t'l k Lnm, ", hw a ,n lib. Chier t e,. tloi.,i th .fit. of the title ini on with I ful con Ifo
-." d UM r t bacth Ueopa l ot w oaee e nd ha t iU ted 8tabeo m ra t ating an, ti ht in on o ne r aa the vti voce wtren with hinrInrcnt l ini t r miwahllt. andr the r n t,<.,uil npmi ir A tirl i figtr r hn ll ru m oneue.
hol ah prnesier.1 .license li:'ion thrte Wesbrok Dr rologo a i nie t

Gr.ov' t he t, o er Cleveland, for th0 no t note t ing thrs a onero tt I o f fna pren pIn athle n l Iil n vl.h d fleet a rd th 1 Ia itIn eilirt i n-. tel i t .iomt s il te w l<'n IT.heh sls o e dlin
roar"sM h- oe bec he.Cooao.po babe' ctnsfrpec td h ap F ir.I Wtspro ok:c n~ m nb e sev lie nry Jarip* Isi~n, an agedn. andini re....t HI ^. *.,;i~

wa s on re.. He dd hWe ordered t full alaon of the democratic raarty for afe Wa n ge %n d omun r o la n ri r .a i l. t. r'tn nel.iA, ne ido t he harlorr n [)li iwlel f t is t r.rorn
No d preBident of the t.lted sh tir.wt a t." int l g e in (o II a trl. lin dof Mro nr l Th. fin S FOR FRh E E who wereh bel Nr, untilf thov,. on oa cpha t lltaro ".ls rn Inc I1he .io tThe a
,. IKt w a, flood tide nnd the b oidet w esna Bro ughtaon, wh di n r pl y pa. Th wn _h ,1 f n ] on pi r. hr l|i..pre 1- 'aue wRvnl lin to W inse \ct,
M140109 b uth. Tben ha notit n g to do afsho ~3Cl o u r a ved from the l Xc--I niaG dmivihne." A duct, awl Oplu ning the p o vere t barac l -I('n.l 1ar ~vl il.Hi.rnd lllh'IB1'!nl>r'' "Krt'.

wit go e ne miles en hour," b iad LIAR8 8 0RELY HARRASS rELL. chief said:uz pif an d thna oIt, an he 14.ri I Dr. B o ullghton r a]-. l. n l n an t.ct cnis e i an ie.t-
t the p otla.m eB e w or e c m en b "rk ll o you to f oalaol aI [ 11n In v r S t at tew f N ria e i lr l t h ri Wi m' ir .n yt. II I i s of thnti1r r Iost his tha l fB0 theI[o
k-l~n alt orom e i-nl~ thelll first i;,,11 norI[, r with the chiefla 'rd te a'll. ,he,1vy ra lill Ih,'rd rl r01udrl:4 cri,)nlf tllnle

&botfour lean ths beyond thei Bnpkel Aalticnt rn hre nf olr fM o ar tial l> P p rn i on ;i
"1,, 0 1111 h Ofrte Slocumc e a ch sn a gou Hised Wa conozend person thet blowny wid not millions of niorohs litth Rov Irln 3n r. l. l'n aa'l

t.1 ie Van inspBald h WM 2l to- July f11rl r forer., h( No Irl of B m c to Ip Im h y ,f ,r .o purpose of t'hhk'e l.,l.t l,..n wlre ie In 'fK ls ta, I-n Ishe
1,:' .'-, M bei t fro t he pilo t sa hl.uto mhee t a d e or at nt o cnale and r an, whlon lde tn l lomoi tn tent fl 't I>h,-ai Tinos sl ual.'n ,'an1,ilhh rR ng

ehWh lt a In te from Crppl C k, olo., elopm nts are predicted, and veonha n th. ) w n aIsr, i, T'- n tin r hfre Iac hing Iv'1 fnln. tln i r nhy o h ha1- r fin1 rn itr1n nf the s

Lt her Eo,' and then I ran to s ee w yas : General lherman M. Ill. wwh lr. Br eughton wiB tn d the following pl o hI ,y ..I w ho It .Ini,, Illurr w h .I traut onthr Porf A )r r11<- "-,r. ".
;'.what th lAre.wee h lke. At the oead of t I c ove rning roller -ounty "'tnde r ace b e t to The Atlanta Contitutwion: inta o sil h. n iie o r ,'11' IhiBr. wi< i *h "l ilrir h, onr. PEo IhR, IrP ,Ir.itc EA E
Ihe itw akd I founled a woman on her m ital law, a ts Iseuei anoth to e t y r e a t lan "-o-f II'I of ln Informat ion W fantea.. r an to n as i
I ilfeid her up and looked d meat i efor publir,un in wh .Nh he anys: lae attacked in a barlbr shop here o nrt to ne bIy jtn tdnt hoP Tlle dle ad al u l
w n the hatho, bo it wt he aflsme. Titha h re are one holr sailln d Ilear bmg th ftroon by w he re hef of lll e rar e tha D.t T thn hice torfiln ig II o i p sl., r e d at-' in l'i, thiri T i lan t t1- 1110 1,10T
I, ibn back to th e pilot house in and ien d B trutk over the head wwth atome gulte or Inutchnat by Io1. I',,ro w r.s nwh fi)rm atil n ('lmi .sll tI in'r-li n o ohi A d. salrh f'o Tangr. (iri ,ctoe
t'g- o i th e pilot: orders of lhe govern r of the state of thing itHe a lopt eh butt anf oena anir T n o rrMlI ltld neirnt WnIb dnlll her n" ll in ln ir I ,n:.- In, the vio ure ofa al the haring Calln Sea, od gtve. mauoal nent io b worc, wi th'ow ,I a ll (hea y irn csidrmedountt OS'1 ^ ^g Fin Cudi tmem "count )l h)" 4-- i *" o-R t ) nino Sl t l' fpr oitnr.' Aori c hpi r epcl hm .

"'1.'-. hed magond beand ed .' C lorddtoe He f t eand for p ofce Lipl y n oew he ad, the n o mbh r n ti hin 00 0rg e or tani n a% tho P* l in of 1np. .:o( Unll thiee y In o I *rro or turning o ee

"He ad. 'Wh re?' and, pointed to q Uiet and agood government at, and Whatp r was threatened. Albany's gaod pnil oh. aont te fv n ,i

North Brother tIland. 'ha ve that Instructed me t do ose to itat t otthe pbe, inc thd ng the mayor, are enragt o RUSH FOR FREE LANDS Clr,. fl wrerI ve of If, ilih of .s an t aihte1. arte tl' r there .oit-
t dock nd put her tarbord de on We n Federation o M cr shall at s h a cowar-ly atck. No wusueu -soh i Itun -.n, :r., 1in li, alOS.
labo bech.' TheK n I t.rlaw d'to go aftl rot da ractly nor Itarem oly muraodr any from tha e lck.--li l G. Bro gh in." Last Great Opsenng Ey Government nni fIrwnIh I wI.tiv to h. I u h nti rl allor (if fg ride, Yiel Bu i i
btt the fla a were com nug lIke a more men, ond th ey shl ll not. S" far Occurf in State of Nebraska. throtuh fh,. A n IIr, ibar govrttnt t, suh he Not. gladI Io got httk, ie
iVol ta o and my hatide ht fire. That's as prlauing htver wnhor m rtial i s NO TICKETr ON 8ALE. A n.p teal frIm (mnhs elys: Ninc Th, c e Pif tt r "l"t1 is aIl r. F ,in Ion g'atly p11ll..o.,] at -e '.4 Iilon p. I
wh- ie my face and hande got burned, i" oncerned, that. rests solely w cth i said m..n o a rnmnd alj o nionlin. he .apa ,.e colr d him Ib\ the t.,wn people 'd
"' hlere was no chance to mbve. It was the ovel'nor, provhled he should ses All Arrangements for Democratic mi hm N Orfk weroa of t)elned frhm.nimlll Ihe ld e ran albfr u srue n:en u br-
sc"ni ngmll like a iocomotivo'-oadlllght." fit to do at). I am hi.- adjut.ant Krner. Convention at 8t. Louis Complete. stn a N e nryk wner a o unit e ii IrhemIr,- clioai k I :h ostl i nt, < .'t r-hltlr,,lI" rial nto tlPer.. hie Kitatf e mnum h ar.,
x". the n Van BT hesmk oke d he was ac k ommandln, the ln tary forces of No tickets of admlttace to the IL1,m.w l I hl
1 .h.tothe pl ot from th We e re s nd will s Ce to it that huu oeratl l ratonal convwntlon, which he mis s omt ald law whh .t ind1 M o ,b,'n in f ,,r.i t n rldn to Ata t.he hho,,Is oo 1, vTl pllnk taotly, 1
.' l haIf a minute from tse timae the dl'edn of lal d men are d a re ld, and gins at the Coliseum in Co. Iirl taoi n f ulnmte.hom h ea ndr t i he ,)n kn 4wn nB y'm. thgo i h r Itfr th ral-lt.- ]ir, ta e ha, dof, t hanli thla t I nem o

ga:'.tlaral was givent until the Bloeum was after .anatial lawv has fin.,ly been July 6. will be on asi sand there will ari land. lhe m lyan dhape kn ow ra z int. ToThe bltonn.ln <~(,,o r ar,!h'Yextrenmelyh*v f alI1t.9 tl halrlt ,he had aotveryf theomforthadlpossible~he unnd
',bmitefo ur, .whq waI not more thS n caided off, ir the ellis. t permit t he afibut three avenue through which arid and st gre11 odaplnin to grz ing.m
.,,tWO andone al tad utes, rattle I Intend to d:port to return, thuy may be ecured -the Buisine~s [ s e thme lan o almstrget et hanwt r \ti l S ear nconfi "nlng uls Th,,Irfo rtin tr' .l Varoler Ihpearlns~t o enaceh .u
T, h le witness said it was impossible that will be the'.r bus~nes. No man Men's LeaPue,. throttgh the courtesy of eer hemden l and was lihe ntlsinr they will ir o f n,-J ph a n pios ad adbht hyf rta arl, apea== toe h ad jhs t re tu ed
b.eao h the boat nowhere else with who wants to work will be molmat-ed, members of the democratic nwllor(l ever fo i hod e and w ns Ih .c. thyre b ,. irla t p .n n a brigh

1' od chance tW have slfe. He de- but the pfromo whn lives solely anC committee or the delaganos, who ahe di rn t ( a ri iit i robabl h I 1. Ahnirh-n ov. Nothrng unulsuVal oecc-rred It Inring the
al.'es that he r oemlved Inorm at, Uo of E only by his months prohlded Governor eassgtned three ewh, bvihes Iheir ihniri n t o eltbllnt Port
e before the alarm se acted itpon Peabody s: ies me the word, will hrv' own, In all. lhoy amount t o 10. p0.1. o fe hiowtts eu-teb r ent wm. l4rnu! 11 b r ir: co ner c hr f or ther prisoe rs, whome. tlr
i eth d him, and branded ta bourd to emis te. The time for temln rrze phus a few exco.n, the n ber of Brover 2 w,0 with oim-r eo ty whea r e l n Inv th ps en. .o r'd t rn cf nprtn %0 r enr theiprhs.
be rtrth.t a boy told ha m at Nine- ing talk in Colorado has plsesd. What which will Jo u be known untol the onv uer i.0 th0 e s of t I e l lah prs r.Rnt ar i an ese o he ea Ipparen tly mn over th pris-
9t1th street that they boi t was on a f re. we ought to a o now Iles to ,t."* Ionvntilon open, arelto bothrown o ien. regular r e, rts. r kfea. to the date setfor their orl.

ll Known Delawao J0urist Ba, Demeerata of North Carolina Hold Jap Takushan r.vilion Defeata Pive President and Secretary Hay Wel Sentenced tg Thirty Yee,. But Will _

Spread aPreferenos as t Nomlfne.. State Convention In Raleigh. Battalions of Cossack Infantry. comes aenor Don D. J. Obaldla. Only Serve Fifteen. Run on Another Institution Ld Off-
A. &A I0 ral frm WulmintallA, IDl.i A sphsctnl from Toklo, JapAn, sa.e: Af rt oi.o111. "*nltu',nt C MarSeno n cials to Be Cautious.
1 *: Judge George O* h- ea- A Raleljgh speelal says: At 5:46 After a hot flgtt. which la9led for asix America and the In'ant rrpulbllc ,f Crahnn. of PrvlIhn,. |I I. ,,| ,1IP The Pirs, Natinal an f o
bB. ig'lt hope that fore Pre1. o'olook FPrlday morning, just before ad. hours June 87 the Takntshan division Panama formally joined hands Sairur guilty befor, .tffudge Elmer Rt N'.dm4 In a, N Y. was noIt pnk rf E)ratJ-
ttb, er Clevelaime would be nOm, $ournment of the prolonged night seas. of the Japanese army completely dq- day when President Roosevelt recciv the lTnlteod Slate dll]rlct court, t ne" Mndhy. A ntt si ns ul
fotrd for thi preeldeaoy by the Lt alon, Robert B. Glenn was nominated fested five battalions of Rulsan In- ed Senor Don D. J. Oairll. ihbe re prituring and uttlrhng rngtl-rf.i ilIIs. tonal Hank lkxaminer 'ini v.y tNl-
wonvention. Ne=4 to Cleveland by the democstile convention "t fantry, which Rupported by two rogl- gently appointed mistn r of Ihe r an ia ntor i he pof and Pter on the door, and I ,y
fort govrno ofnon.. Nort r.,'l ''r. f I.11 xsl'Io h ~lrsaO h t
K favor JTasf Ptrker for tte nomel Oreensboro for governor of North manet of cavalry and sixteen guns, nubll Aica. hard Inbr II the foutrnmentl p-rrinan t r ep oo the o r.,r o at r
te. t Carolina, occupied Fenashuling, 27 miles north- The ceremony took place in hel, t A171a G!,1 anf n t' mnt ord.er0f fn.omptrolli ows an loy
II: h ave repeatedly stated tht I a= A resolution was pea&ed by the con west of 1yea. room of the white hoesc. Snor I oT a n2.n00 Ak wr s chse ",rencle
t* and will lot be a clrt lOe for ventlon Instructed the delegates to The ,sns nally fell barck In Obaltdla. w ho wa prehse.t S o I)c The ,ntn imposed nn hrrhhan tA re n ch i nn ,hr '
prldental nomlatlon. the national c convention to vote aa e a the direction obf h u Mu-Chenl ak. The tary Hayld. o laid before the i'rc.;Eltn. hie. was thll Rhar bft firo S1,have also repoMstedly dM tI unit on all matters coming before Jpianeie cat .l ,ll favor of Judge Parkeir f Mr. them, but otherwise the memblra v"- one hundred killed and wounded. Pahama Id tof nt l iwo pthrlol cgncnrr,-nnly. thus sm al fl deootors a n ia !,. y
WHl|ad ins out of the qtuMtloat.. so unlastrucoted. making the Iotal firften y'ers malnk. on the Flrs Naional
White Man Wants Dena Speaker Has --- "u Thoeg CiTrred on the Slocum Wer# state Agrliultural society will Gathe C" KILLEDI
ihnt Publis.hed as a N e and Will5 Take to Water. Menrace Rathqr than alvatlo In Hawkinevlle, August 17. Old-.Time Minstrel. Dan Emmett; An- Knocked from Railroad Trete and
IM Yout5 form o7 The A d.ptehto The ChMho Trlbne Mudo of4be testimony Lt the inquest The annual convention of the Geor swer Final Summons. Meet Instant Death
(Ga.) Trlbune, ha broutlh from Danville ys:: at New York Filday into the Geners, cla State Agrleultural Society will be A telePhoPe m'nsage received In A dispatch from Aiston a .
U5f00 d"Wamges alaiBst W. "Jumet i Ilttle touch of malaria con- Blocum dleLsterwent to show that the held n the city of Hawkinsville .\i ,nhlimbi,.. Ohin. Tuesday night an- A woman nni sor k, ka.
t4 th Walish Directory traoted at Sprlngsfeld during the fe preserves on that steamer were ust 17 and 18. bounced the midden death in that rily f ao a h wr kno o
,lqff hlim as el- state conventionn" declared Opeaker praetleally Ussleam. At least talf a A number of prominent lfRu:ror- ,r Dan Enimeri the old time mhatrl rye hcc creek !.,g,
vifl ben present. An{ oldee~ln flom.. r.
s Xtrnt fromthe Joaepb G. CCantoa, when .saed re- dosen wltaece ederlbed 'ow lflult will b present. An ineeret ng (*,, ind famous as the cotrpospr of tretle Molnday aftlnoon hy a north
gg' t f>|1 I is the adding liis h- lth. thet-a preservers weme to get at and ture will 0 a report from ach Emmett wa about eighty bound p r ra t
ghe *ultr ;. ^. "Yef. I expect to tAki a sea voyase how they fL to placos aertteal tima thi e society'' dstrit vee pressden' "ix l. H la publu appear httly idlen. ThO n wand both
ahotl E 'g ), about July Kihl witlb my daughter for Others carried lle vi otas to the bot- on the organisation of' farmers I 2rce was made about fou, Years ng( IV Mai
their^r~ '?y S ^? 1 w 1CB"l L'*'"tq dbsrtts I~^ ^ .,sbo .' Ir. w m-ade about foul" ^e^r ng(l angled. The?, \.^ar,, {al\b wi;

Auguksa Tribilirrslel' tois beneft of my tlekil' We shall tom. their _ol pectUIe distrteds. Labor con whem he toured the states with i !he trestl are snd h t hrow n
"Be...T.'. t reml^all^ta^laltn 0on. ot.W side. IR O hfions wDil b'e repor" the reek en hrown o
.--i-- Not Cert"11, Howvr, that They Wim Paris OfcaerimndioriT.
Vlilit and 11I11lag, Pr ilin P 100 httal | Paras Oioelrs Claim Credit for RIneast S Straw Ballet at. Savannalk -iResolt Germany to Demand Reparation Gr"
Her1b Hoanh. boiailptoSSbitJ01IPraw. ^0.*?-W -IatBt wn O tt"Xs. dam. of Padlali and lor
(BPH He "th. 1" bgatll ^ i qSInmw.w d"11 farttBn eo 1D Par, h-. to Ov-rwhe hmlngly for Grover. Stoning of Her Minioter in Haltl.
111111 111 40-om tOhe Ah*ll'" ld at ta a, ISPAth from- al t .the french Tuesday nlght the batk ofttals of The German movement has deed.
,"]!IIt./ t- At '11111e cofrmn atroe withgn~h the Q
1%10Ho -1- te Captc. lt" earn t Ba G., were the guests at oen a hp t Portau-Prnce.
.H,. g... g ,,- dispatches .an ouncdingI th t ppr o prldet od Ad. atr having aree with the it
,ofli t s P d ,, Va,,,, ,,. ', r, Aof th,, O th n b k. Ao, a ,p oer me t a d a ,iple W. t 'l
101BH B i ^ '^3fSHB M~ t ^ ^ *'^ ^ *! ^M i ^t^S i S Sp>r. Of *"t2J6 baX Af"'jlte> *'2 Bt8&lUlp .~~i

, ,U* .a*>* I,4111 H++4+.!

Cream of News.;%

11Brief Summary of Most"
Important -vents
of Eaoh Day.

-Adtlrar Togo, reporting h,. gt -
of the recent battle off P'orn \lih !
states that otne Rus.1aln I:unlal ...h
was sulik and ihteo cr'iser.; (:ttii. j.
Judge O aceol l,[ Kyle, of m\i:.1>l 3 '
is appointed to.CDe of the ju.l-,,iip
In th3: Panama.cunal zoiit.. m.1,j'il
aill for that p-oint It time tol asisunie
the work. ..
-Tax collectors and assessors )t
.Alabama muEt .-Inhak and file new
bond( by -8eptember j15 or their oTlrri i

S-Baro"n'Von Steribnirg, Geinmais-ai.
basador, Ift Washington, D). C'., Molt.
day sigot for-S9 :nc-, Tetihn., to de'iv
?r an a"dres o the students (if the
University of the So-th.
-- Hon. Thomas F. Ry.m, Virgin.i
delegate to the l-tioml d,'na .':;ia
convention, l .11h amppeial urg< it ui..
ern democrats to sc,.' to it that a iu i
Is nomin'1-.l;i at. StC Louis who n will l.
vite s8uTeCss.
-At Trento'i, N. J a sutlt' i. leVi
nlled to .dissolve the St !na wir' Oil
trust. It is alegal t.lit th tri, t x..
ists in violation of tht anti u i;aw
of the Uni.ted S:qtces,
At .th0 .Yale com. Ici.-n',i! ', iat
New Havon, williali Jeffic'.-n \'-;', ,
of Eatonton, Ga.;, wins the "'w;'a.r
and tho third y-ar prize."
.-General Bell, (omninimn.lin tli
IroopHs in the Co!ora I I1 I ., 'rl. i.
says that lie will dPport lhitii r
union ininirs.
-Three peisons lillh, ,1, I 1.
others iijuredl by ihnl ,i1n. i i 1 h
works In a mainufmtlory ai lP. !.% 1
-A woman and child re lr, I,. I.I
romn rallrond Irello Ie ncar 1 I
antd inqantly killed.
-The ,First Natlon.l b ln:'.' -
toga, N. \'..b haS b'-en c inl' "l I t'
rloi lits doors.
-Oermany will F.enrl a w i r- I I
ilf3tl to demanlI rep-iationl fi),- itl.i r
cent standing of the (, roman r'111 11
Atlanta celebration (of I1..- 1' 1-1
enre day "his your ,r'.!i1i <. i .
lhoc most sulccessful v er I.1 in ;.
city and will setI a newv pr'-' '* I .,
the observance of the holhli,.
-Spring water Is givlln ati > it-,
sprinkling carts in Columnbl .-s. people refusing to drink that .-;i1i'l- I
from the river.
-Rocorder's sentences IIIn M,11
Ga., are rald to be illegal nll i rt''
w ill bo e arrelod to the stpri r ,,,,if r
of the stale.
Miss Miota Canning, n I;,t1i1i ':1.
Ga., received serlouti fall fr[il tl ,
Southern Railway train 1-11 'i(' 1 ,
-Bn y Mlnette, Ala. sr','. 1 v
railrxoaxl from that po1 nt tI 1 .it Ie
-Starling Dunhanm colon'd. (: ,
eI with criminal ass ul ii Iii ...
MlIss., was hanged in I he p uihi l 'il,,l
by five hilndred mi- n.
At Manchester, Englanid. a pa|-" M
the downward course oft Il' Il' .- --
i Io ton and (he more reao. tiali.l' i-'1
lemandedl by ellk-rs Ia l( 1:II: 'l
ltrinJ.cleiou of hIl. ineba In -"\' t.l ,I
rIectlo i In (blo clolli mail, i -
lon Perdilari., IhI(' i-An n I lk
captirlro by Ih Mo, rct in hImnnh. 1I ,i
,ull, and relda sed last w\ei .k in m ,n .
terview tells of his captutro nt.I :, *
life In tlle re trea t o f (It .' nillt it\\
-Thr'llcned with starvalnu ,1.
w ith her hutsb nmd ]lopc hl.e sly ina. .;i' in
Ihe n sylhm a t Itan kek te, .\lr '. .\'1 ,.
Kelseyzlek, of Chicago, ga\'c iisi t ,3
struggle for exletence, klllel.i t hrlr .,
small children and then ewnlcd II_,
own Itfe.
-Dolh Japanese armilo In wI1,1
ern Manchuria are now puslhlinh s,,i I
ily forw ird. T he o utpoets ar,- o1,' .]t
ly engaged In fighting, bul nothilln- 11
portant has retsulloe.
-Ed Splvey hoot's and I'ills Cl'htl" *
Pilton during a plenic at Adir>"n. 1::'.
becaur e it Is alleged the la !!r'r o c-u
pled a seat vacated by the forl'ln
---Viceroy Ale leff's report t>lI(:
battle of the PForL At'thue- FPii' 'lr"
with tie Japanese stops a( IhK 1"r
theofleei a Joined baltle, nnthln?; l1n
Ins been learned by him na to !h1'

Russian losses.
-The city water Is unfi f r i1,
people of Columbus,. Ga., to use, a,
cording to a notice enat Ihem t3 ih,
receiver of the water works rom-
-Thomas Youn, a while mnn. 01
Augituata, euea the city directory 1 n
ploe for damages because he was i!,"
cd as a colored- man.
--eorgia Agricultural Socity
meets at Hawkineville Augusta 17
-Operators in Alabama are sald t,`
consider the scale offered by the t'nlM
ed Mine Workers too high. Confer
ences will be held.
-RallroadA .n Alabama are 1a101
In full supplles of coal, and theje
may be a strike July 1 of the ml-e
-Charles Bwayse. Insurance agn'1
of Detroit, shaboots young woman, thro
leaps from eleventh story window
and Is killed.. The woman will I
-Plre at the Louislatapa Purcha'
Ixpooltlon Friday destroyed the hoett
of HoOHoo and mnlaced (he Texal
and Ger.0an blldidai ...*
-An intermitteat fall of snow "'It
general over Montana PodaY. It i,
not thought that aay loss will re
sult. '
-Nocth Caoill.4 eplegatog soes
BtL Louis unftatretLs ,leatn or0.
mateid-fs canddre fto r

-~ I ,~r't
* 1043 TW3~PAPWSER S7A~, AIN~

SMiss Hapgood tells how .she was cured
of Fallopian and Ovarian Inflammation--

and escaped an awful operation by using

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"D 'A D lu hT1.PINa.xAMKIM: -1 suffered for four years with what the
doctorti called Salp'.giti.-i (inAutmmation of the fallopian tubes) and ova-
ritis, which are most distressing and painful ailments, affecting all the
tuirrouahigL 3iparlit undermining the constitution, and sapping the life
forces, If you had sol le ea year Ago, before I beIxan taking Lydia E.
Plankiam's Vegetable Compound, and had noticed the sunken eyes.
a.low complexion, and general enmaianited condition, and compared- tha
person witl ino avt I nm today rfobllst, hearty and Well you would not
"wodler that .L h thankfufl to oout and your wonderful medicine,
which restored ne to new life andl wtalt- in live months, and Oave-i me
from aln. awful oleraliou."-.Mi;s lici t JlAruooiD, 1022 Sandwich S8L,
Windsor, Ont.
Ovaritis or inflammation of the ovaries or fallopian tubes which adjoin the
ovaries may result, from huriticn stopping of the monthly flow, from inininmma-
tlon of the wotnb, int rnl inv oili'r c.,i-a. ThIe slightest indication of trouble
with the varines indicated ',v lull 'i!robbig pin in the side,. accompanied
by hoat anid shooting pnins, s ,itil,l t'lim vour Inatant attention. It will not
cure itself, aud a ho'pat1 opcl;er;iuon, with ill its terrors, may easily result from
"DE1AR Mn!S. PixrUiAm : -I cnn trily sany that you have saved
my life, and I crunnot oxpres niy pratitudle to yon in words.
"Beforo I wrote to you tilling hli,' I felt, I had doctored for over
two yoars steady and spent Iols of ioney In medicine besides, but it all
failed to do me any godi. Mly inenses did not In that time and
I s iffl'red muel4 pain. I would daily have
Sftinting mplils, hoa- lche, backache and
ht'arb l down pain, and was so weak that
it, was hard for mre to do my work.
"I used your medicine and treatment
an. direptedi, and after taking three bottles
Sof IyillaU. Pinkhlamts Vegetable Coin-
S pound, uienses appeared, my womb trou-
bles left me, and Ihave been regular ever
sinme. I used fourteen bottles of
Lydl Ia Pinkhnmn's Vegretable
Compound and Blood Purifier
itogei her, and am now restored to
: -r f\ p*rfict health. Had it not been for
yo- t, I would have been In my grave.
"I will nlwav.y i c-niuewl viur unu iildrful reinetldie, and hlope that
the 'o few liic," in:iy ,.t ,i.ilit N \t ll,t siiiffer as I did to try your
remtedies."-MR.9. T. \\' I...Alsr:, !. It. No. 1, Manning, Iowa.
Suchs unqestioantlitt ~.-til. 'll\y prnvces lihe power of Lydia E. Pink-
IlInill'' V (eg tableo ('mImIls|o>0 lll vr lijelth.s-q of women.
Woirn.;i ihotaill rmemniit'nr (lhnt Mrfs. l*Llkhiini ut Lynin), Dii 'a1A i bout theLir Illness, entirely free. -

I LFREE lll.. iuarnitee.l to Cure
ear. AStomach and Resulting Disorders.
REGULAnR A i .lon Ilnwels.)
%'% ill i Mna ir < it I 1.i.. lI.| ,l C.%, T'l..A NTA, .A.

William Birnq, a flli4 "rrian, f-,ind
aI I;.i- two grain hglf.h uliflon % \hite
r,-arl la a cnliu sh ll -tii'r Lynx illh' .
' and It. was boghi ly Ia PraihI.
dui Clilpn fl 'rn for ?l i .

Dr. Biggers' Huckleberry Coidial I
The Great southern Remedy.
'ir,.. nil Hlomnch anil Howel troubMi-.
F -i.ti C'1 ('hlolnic lao$sentery. Chulor. ,Mnr-
i t' 0 I-'r.,lv -loni r nrd n ;o clilt li en
t"lil.] ,it ;,lidjom filla to make quick
rl I ii rrnnrfltn rt lra of nll tR(omn, it tatl
,., I (il.easic.t Sec eate llitiol I-1 of Ihe
Dr. WVJ.crr A. Taylor, Atlanta, O. cir: This Is the first certificate
that I have ever ven us to the merits I
cf r.ny mcdic.Ine. Gut I tike pleasure In
reco':rincrting Or. B3lDers' Huckleberry
Corulial I conelder It the best remedy
that i have ever ireed In my family for
Stomach and Dowel Troubles. 50c In-
vetltd In a bottle of this medicine to be
used in the beginning of any stomach
tI-i btle will Cttcn save life a. weU as a
Ijare doclor's bin. j have a friend whose
if: was.. In my opinion, saved by the
pronijt use of Dr. Biggners' Huckleberry
Cori-.t. Fon sale by all Drtigalets. 25
anid .'c perW hottle.
Al;iaa. OGa.. May 23, tPI7.
H -.'t.wange r-Taylor Drug Co., Prop.,
Atlanta, Ona.
-ravipw Che-oke t Remedy of' 8weet
Oifi .-',.' Mullein will Clort ( I imliton. Price 26c'and eI bottle.

/f DR I7ff*3 RYW

Absolutely Cures
Sr-Ti:,,, CATAinti t, N.NI-, tAI.-
I A. mI IIl mI3ATINM1, nL.00110 'OISON
-it') .i F- 1 c,. t ,ia -s. II l.ui Ix, -i i.ent used
.. *', ",,l.-.'n lihtl tils lln iir l.lent- 1
i,, .ii *srm (l tie l ait> I.,, a-
l epit eC- larnPqvIl',. **-,

Ar4,' 1l a" e-rn iklires.l lr ei,&i I^. l y eBk. ,l
I bb-p Ihal a' -ellti t aa ire ,,Pi Ilir tuol it
IS0i fl k an sVi ulse1 ar1 nmi IIot
till ,r I s i l.
SrIt'L. i Isr*t. Els ll.
s T11 e. a t sard 1B 1

Oldest Woman's College.
t is (cla.ln.1I f r w\Veeyan Female
', 1. .t r l M acon. <;.i I ,y a corros-
lo inl.-inl iof Thie WVii.uhinlytont Post, that
1: 1.; th' ll -st ciarlorel female col-
leg" In the 0 l'ilad1 States, and, in ftact,
In Oltm ,vnrli

mr'-l,,m Hurt,.
Sw 'Iat, lili. r II.1 i P0oor WARS
,ir- Hlism!. ilillnt.-. pr i.llr, 'if tft, arnillta,
i- '.: pI1. .-i* llliaiii If t t a t id r iig l ; ,'-n .I1
I- ) i.) T..' Diir.) i Co.. Ailnitn. itL, for
lill -I:., I.. t l.l. % i -snn. n l. 2r tlum'i'r
uno i [ ,.iil.-a l"n I r.) i3 Its in.-rit M jli.y
t.i-u If not n MI--m lrt i
i- .-I. If itot .il't!,-,.

T[te niimbier of 1' tin c.pitilles In
iu-e in Ithet tinil'dil Sats inrreasri,
lat year fri-om l:,,.e(it lo 20.0)0o.0OA,
ownletg prinpllp1iI to now failolilc In
the cotton li'lt.

I'll l'l rlh relnc.
i-i ,* ill, Ii,-t i* i ,r i' ing l ''
n lh,.l 111h iti, V I I ,11 k ., .< *illiz I 3,,l -
Sll .1 :. 1 t is-
.i r ,~]l' oIll iII St. 1.ou0 1%i
la f t e1 h eVi tilil' e-i l{ie'e.tnltg Aimn
t o ,i pl na 'o f N 't i H- ta c '. 'n *.. m ntt' -
fait t r' t1l repri [ r i l c I t lb-a ao nl .hot Iguns
and all kin(de i' niinnii'stion 1 he exl1xiit
n % itt r-n iti ,a- -' ,oIt i', )p-e l on t Ithe
tirn l. tof t t fair. a t list alla r:y'
il:ii',it m i llt tI. ri.ot r ran.d ilpto date
lihe Ji llu ,I v' m. Itr ie ea' ing
.Artrs C cailst ir ti .)nio ri t hi ir exhibit.
the I"igIt d ti oi t. &I m" .i the y have
reacIhedt it lthe n'lrkit oi f slllui and ammul-
mi;tton, and ,me on: ,to see the ex-
hiillit to ica; lre- IVt) It% r t 'L i Iter et ilollt
Sitt detoaloilment l 4 1- e There ar-i1
lie seen file nri ,titait.tianit repealtliS rille.
etI kind, if ,''.lln,1 thle m lidern smoke.
a-- towd let 'wihongil- l stiellr anid rle tar-
tr ', l t' in ,.t'I e n. %r j -It i t h a t ci o i a in t e re t
the- ,levoc i of limittli'lt ig ,tad trap ittd mar-
gel shui nolil Don'rt fsti Ito iihe exhillit
.1 t Ilia lanilifactiu er ,in -'ish and Game
luitldmnas i; taleil tl..orth yotmr whit-e.
Irse. jeitaruiger, of Tay;nrst '.. 1I, is
eight).sena, and has 271 descends'ats.

ire Sltaltes of

f raifb,


so saMGM*to answer csin1 ie
for new ba*tSoTexse. #a*ee19. IFTUriZE.
Panora9:42 Ageii.llos. Tesl.,

tures for painting houses. A commit.
tea of the Chamber of Deputies has
been appointed to Investigate the mat-
ter, and Mr. Breton, one of the ex-
perts, has been authorized to publish
the results of his investigation In
pamphlet form. He condemns the ad.
edition of white lead to paints and all
colors containing It, declaring them
to be posleonous In a large degree, both
for the workmen and for the Inhabi-
tants of a house painted with lead
colors.-Report of Consul General
Guenther from Frankfort.

Queer Parliament Customs.
In the British IHouse of Commons
as soon as the question to be decided
's put from the chair a clerk at the
table Sets In motonn a huge sand-
glass, familiarly known to members
as the "egg boiler," probably because
It takes three minutes to run out. aTS
the last sand runs through the glass
the sergeant-atarms Instantly locks
the massive oak doors of the chamber,
and only tibose members who have
succeeded In getting through tha
loor'ay can vote.

FITR permanentlyeured. No fittornervonus.
ricps after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nervelnet nrer.It riol hot (Ie and treatise f re
Dr. It. H. KIwI x, Ltd., 931 Arch St.. Phila., Pa
In the p:agie districts of South Africa
the Governrment pays sir cents for every
dead rat.
Ladles c Cn Wear Sih i
One else smaller after usina Allen's Foot.
Ease, a powder. It makes tight or new shoes
eav. Cures swollen, bet, sweating, aehlng
fet. Ingrowing nalsl, eona land bunjons. At
all druggists ad shoe stores, i25. Don't so-
cept any substitute. Trial package Fia by
mail. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted, LeBoy, N.Y,
The Australian cypress pine .a stated to4
be proof against all insects.
Mrr.Winslow's SoothlngSyrup for children
teething,solten thegumns, reduceslnflamma-
I Ion, allays lian,cures wind collo, 2ea.a bottle
A Training school in courtship Li a Sal-
vation Army institution.
I do not believe Plao's Oure for CohBsump.
I ion has ieneqi at lfor couRhs eid colds.-Jouw
-.BoTes, Trinity l|>rlngs, lad., Feb. 15, 1900.
Salted whale meatl is a Japanese delicey.
Nnirrw Stres t In Japan.
Most of thlie .Jpllni an IIest are vpry
oll and their streeila are too narrow for
street railways. ro rebuild the streets
for the use of the street railways is
not sai easy matter
fiHT&Tar OIo, CiTYr or TOLEDO,
Jc*s CClOUNTT. 1.
FaAss J. ('naset make. oath that he is
penlor partner of ti firmtn of F. J. C.'Ksi &
Co.. doing business In thi City of Toledo,
County anil State aforessid, and that said
firm will pay ith sum of o nUDImoI)nJ DOL.-
LasS for ea.-i sand v enry.e se of cArasar
that cannot ti' cured I'y the use of HALL'sI
CATinBU C(Ue. FaHasa J. C 'si .
Hworn to before me anti ubsetwibed In my
S ,- presence, Iteils 8th day of'Decem-
EAL.. tber, A. l.. .t 8N. A.W.GL(.LAIOr,
"-^-- Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh ('ure Is taken internally, and
acts directly on the blood and muooua sur
faaes of the system. Send for teotlimnlals,
free. F.J. .Cr1eIBT & Co., Toledo, 0.
Bold by all Druggistt. 75e.
Take lall's Family Pille for constipation.
Amn1essN sbho In Ieanmark.
The American-made aboe Js popular
in Denmark. Two of the foremost
shoe stores in Copenhagen ute the
American shoe for a "leader" In their
splendid show window exhibit,

Laimnsle ta4 dtMbhlvlle iMllrosd1.
11 7m eM going to the World' lFair you
want te best roate. The l a. h f. is the
shortest, qaleWk sad bast MWe. Thrf
iswas dUry. Thioush PFlalMa E4leepia
o 0s= 4 Xtmagn6 0. Low Date T.ief
isol dsiy. Get tseds fmm Y~e loasi A0get
as4 ask W s tho via U0U h-& W.
A.t kf. ,, t-I*R
_, fiJ ^ ^T S~S S ^

ifaernllflent Cars Providled anti straor
dlnary Proeeautilons Taken For Rafely.
In Great Britain every pronulentt
railway has its royal train, and the
king has the right to travel anywhere,
free of cost. The train most general-
ly used by the late.Queen Victoria la
composed of six carriages, the inliltli
trip, which Her ilajesly imado In It.
being from Windsor to London, tm
1807, the occasion of the Jubilee.
When King Edward tra rels It.Is will
great mognificeuce, and st'hli pr-'e lIi-
lion is exercised tl.nt accident semutis
Impossible. Special timetables are
supplld to alnl who nre connected lin
any way with Ihie workings of the
royal train. stating the Inmonilt at
which It will pass or stola at each lRta-
tion, whilo tifteen minutes lnhlid of
It Is sent a pilot engine to make sureo
hint everytlilug la hi perfect order.
Nothing can pass level crossing 'after
this engine inhs run through, and walit-
Ing eniglues musts not emit smoke, blow
off steam, nor whistle while tlio'roy.val
train Is passing. Dangerous )iliPeps
nre stridlly guarded, and none but of.
ficials nnd servants onil dty are pr'r-
mitted nenr .ho railway on any pre.
teuse wlaitever.
The KIng's car Is most bealltiful, be.
Ing finished In satinwood with pdmite's
of Pycamore, the saloon compnrinment,
In (he centre, having n domed roof,
decorated with lions atnd crowns, the
colors green and gold. All metal fit-
lings are silver plated, and the carpets
In tho royal compartment anid vestl
bule nre pnladed with a layer of cork.
For upholstery la used a French white
silk rep; the curtains are of green silk,
while tile cnripet is heavy chelnIlie. es
pecially manufactured for the Queen's
saloon. .
When thie sar of all the ltujslas
takes nn outing it la in regal magnify
once. The train Is a palace, surpass-
Ing even, the tranli de luxe owned by
the German Emperor, The hangings
In the different rooms are of sIlk aid
salln, In shades of dnlilty blua aid del .
Irate roaP, while the dining-room -Is
upholstered In chIamols leather. TIis
Irln also colialmns special acconimo- I
datlons for tho little daughters of the
:Czr, consisting of a& paljarooiu an4
nuraery.-Four-Track News.

A Hopefrl Firepee .
The St. Louis Mirror has tilI story*
)f a beloved Presideit of aun iatlrn
college. One benutlfol day the Presi-
dent was strolling over the campus
wlih his wife. They Were admiring
tho Ibuildings,. some of which bad been
erected by wealthy alumnul,
Presently they came to a noble ball,
built of stone, and occupying a ooea-
manding site, Over the main ent*amt e i
was a marble tablet, which .aiunlaneed,
that the hall had been erected by a'
"John C. Blank, as a Meuiortal to il6 1
IBeloved Wife.'
The President stood for a emometi
and looked et the Imposing pile, Thena
he heaved a sigh that might have hel ,
some envy.
"Abh," said he, "that is what I sboutld
like to do for my college!r"
He cannot understand why his wife
should have looked so horrified.
Off NIghts' o' b hes .Trt s.
"Like the theatres, we hawv~ our bad 1
nightn" sail a gas company director.
"Saturdmy plght Is the best for tlb I
gas Vcmipanlei, because all the tMletf t
stores keep open Islte 20and cont
niote gag than during lte other gIg
anghts. Notice It sand yo will observe
Inat gas on *tuday 11 sua It u ardly
la good ais 0 tba r.l0 Thi s 11
heir s oitbe tohe. he 1
j tndtoS4fyggfi




t.. T .. ... .- &

T e. .... e.. Little Twagsmts Tha
They Burden the Fashionable Table Typ Hapn i T SocI aedesit

he inFrightful Profun.come The young woman who prides her-
The hideous custom, fatly rr come e l o sayi l to the
into vogue of the hostess helping herm toi soin the apy word sl othe
self first is the result of an artificial- apy S h ,ieolire a nSearl y o t ou
Ity. which Is. spoiling our national iny S e oit p r-grn o o n
manners ". club receptioli, nad -chanced to be
liners. ng rt of oner WI viva
Eltber the hostess fears, knowing elon lady wh iltas sIpp itn chocolate.
her cook, that the guests na.ay bed ddenly as "ther womu broke into
pisolned, and heroical(y offers herselt .
as the first victim, or she feels obliged ,My dear" she said to tbe. vivacious
to teach them by example the u *s y "It seems that -ir. .emlng'ay'
O fte varIous instruments lately -In- nIs au old sweetheart of your husband.
trlodueed to parplex the Iinocent and -I1he has. been telling us1witat charming
please the obtentatious. letters he'ased to.write her, and-bse
Thr e Is, the new kind of oyster wants so much to moot you. Oh, here
fork,- -with an apparatus attached e isnowl Dolet me present--'"
hbich enables the barbarous to out a The vivaclous lady sprang to her
too large oyster. There is, the. w feet. She would not have showed aI
fish knife, wlih a rep.sitory $or the touch of embarrassment foi- worldss.
hones in the handle, which Is of gold and In her effort to appear- delighted
and platinum. Ther. Is. the entree, she poured her chocolate. with its
spbon and fork domabined, esprclally whippe4 cream, ali dowih the front of
adapted to lobster a Ia Newburgb. the maiden in gray.
There are the new Imitation Sheflield "Don't nientlon it!" exclaimed the
affairs. which, resemble complicated tactful girl, as she mopped the brown
thimbles.. You fit them to your right ocean with a lace handkerchief. i"nsPu
Sforefinger and thumb, and you are sure its no wonder you were awkwarl.
thus enabled to hold the leg of a quail. the circumsatnces wore so embarrass-
or squab with safety- and "bastyle-"- ig iedlStt--il-t half ao fnd ToV
There are tha combined fork And me as It is for you. I ku0w I should.
sclsor-sbhown In the Jewelers' wil- want to go through the floor If I had
dows- in 'Renascene designs-for done such ai thing. No. really, don't
mangling -lettuce-theso are some- .make excuses! You mustn't worry,
times used-and th! Is almost too about It at all. Listen! I have lovalj,
horriblet-tor cutting spaghetti Into new gown coming tointi to-night .Airt
the lengths required by the Goths ol weren't for that / cotuld't .have lie.
our time. There Is, too, the orange hayed so well about this."
cup, with a little spring -in It, which A.bout that time a look on 1Ice viva-
grips-the golden fruit as In a vise, clous lady's face brought the sweet
The hostess shows you how to touch prattler to herself with a stock, arnd
the spring! e started for home, devoutly wihilng
All thta: reminds me of the answer that she had been born mute.
of a young friend of mine to ia person There was another cheerful little
who asked if he still kept a sainovar spill at a recent. church dinner, 'The
-"I did," he said, "until the engineer president of the missionary society,
struck." Th'e hostess of today, 'ho httlred ns a waitress. and ca.ying- a
wants to keep in the currentt of table platter of butter-balls, airily posed ont
"Improvemeants," must be something one hand, approached the table shel
of a mechanician; but even such skill, was serving. No one will ever know
laboriously acquired andi exhibited by Just bow It happened, hbt the btrtniless
the aid of etectrie light,, changing In lady in black silk who was sitting at
color with each course does not. comr- the table suddenly felt a soft shower
ponsate for the loss of that simplioity of something on her Sthoulders, nnid
which permitted a dinner to be mere- then realized that the plnttt'r It-
ly a perfect background for conver- self bad followed the bulter-bnalls nid
nation. Thero arc still charming Cre- landed between her and tle back of her
o'e ladles who cherish a ham bone for chair. The amateur wnitresas, wilth i nn
gumbo more dearly than all the gilt- exclamation of dismay, extracted teho
tearing array of sliver and gold instru. platter and begnn to ladle out Ithe
ments that dazzta and affright the la. misshapen globe of butter,k wIllS i0tei
genloua.--Bmart Set. buttered lady tried to think of sonie-
__ 'ihlng' kind nud comrorting to say-;
but to liher nmazemelit t lt waltreess. iM-
Dangers of Whits Lead. stend of expressing anxiely lboMt Ithe
The French Government la at press. dress, only exclaimed. "lan't that too
ent considerl)g the question of the exaspernting? I don't bolleve I canu
use of white lead and other lead mix. use thoso buller-balls at all:"

Shebort aieTv. In' tboe orto"
thing aot the dremki hummier Aeft.
AltWnegbt We. hears'uhia, Olea-pl~1
G mn4umrnaskarae4 s5 ftr It fgW. tj
the fMtGM for as to Weery.Oype,1
fllees's map-be dsom lsee tblsw ea tha

iiUW Is With


Slendee Verses RnSques.
That It is imoro liI!ut for a blonde ,
toA dress becommingly than a brunette
SIsA he (dctutu ofr celebrated artlat.
He bnses his. olnilloni partly on the
fact that blondes nearly always at, *
tempt delicate blues, and presuwo to
wear Ivory- white, whcreh, "Deonly
blondes with perfect complevionaS ;'
tight ever to attempt pale ble'
a nd "only the fairest and best cared -
for blondes should risk ivory whites.
: All others had best ellng to cream
Brunettes. It appears, have all tli
-warms toiles to select froui--red,- pr-
alnge; yellow mi a few of tlIe purples
Sand blues. Blondes must tick their
gowns from the cool tones-the plitks,
.reens and. violets, and black and
Nybite. -Pink, which nearly every.. i
woman' over forty seemsin possessed to.
wear, Is "a shocking t.elltale, reveaflug-
the- ravages of tlitnoT lTh ocruelest, _
way Whenever "the concealment of
nAge is a conideration. I-t should be
avoldd... .
Yellow is also a deadly color If worn
Oiear fair hair. It robs It completely
Of Its color and lustre. Plik and red it
ore both trying when wot'n in juxta- the.face,.to01ih of the two, BlJc e
it Is-preferable to wear them above the
face rather than about the neck. Dark -
purples,, blues and greens should beo. ..
avoided by women who have .af ten- Wall Known Canadian Lady Bends
tlency to be haggard, with circles L ieMrofnudo'soement to Pe-ru-na.
under. the eyes and hollow cheeks,. Mis IIt l .urfIl Bpring (ilidvn
White nuai black gowns, when -success. .'load, IliiAli*, N. >, writes: "llavint
fnlly designed, are about the most bo- tsei l'eruna for* and stomach
coming g ow.s a woman can wear, this trouble and to build a broken down
iaacemn twith lhe very si i'resultn, I sat
artist say lo conclusion. I pleaiied to state my experience with this
S. excellent medicine. I had been troubled
SSmoothness of Complexion. 'With stOmach trouble nlid poor digestlioi
A a -- "" ... s o o c. ifor mone years., and although I tried many
A woman dsiressmoothness Of com rndi and ldieling. nothing pented to
plexlon as well as fairness. She cian restore Imy .haltl until .1 timed I'eriimna.
have neither without a thorough In three monmhi I hand entirely reeov
clenaslng both Within and without,. erBidnmy health strength. -Mary
Not only inust face, hands,. throat, i "r
neck and arun be thoroughly washed, WE CORE OAK
but she should drink water, many W E C URitt At a day, that digestion may be known( o1ver the sopatl
aided, impurities carried oft and 'the itio r a o C ea. Tunort
skin rendered free from blemish, says lsa r 1 elll, Dw noi lols

be spring water or good pure drink.- S 'enlidhn tiratonenfoI
Ina water It shoultld not habe cd I andt a l. ItEYNOl.St fc

One reason wly l'eruna has fon M
innrient ti' c in v v tiiny homes w l ,.,
contiiniS no nninlt ic of any kin.
is perivc'tly l itni-la. It can be used 7
Inith of Ltlnei without acquiring a ,
linlit 1'ein.r does tint pro uce temp IM
1-i114- It it to iicruiaient in its effoeeb-,,
It lit no L,..,I effTet upon the aylt
aiul ginlailly thininatr ecaltarrh by 11.'
moving tli' iinpse of e:alrrli. There a&re
tultitude of limeiii where i'eruna hasbee! "'-.
itsd off arnd oil for twenty years. h Su a
thing could not be possiblee if Peruna son- IV
tainted any drugs of a narcotic astUieO
At this snaon of the year w ~
culiarly lil!a r to in lammtationm .
stomach ailbowelm,. it is n the pe ai
dlom to learn how to treat thefa rHt l
tit time easiest anid quicket marnne r.
rnn delus thip ly its peculiar powi eil t
all ftornii of catarrlmn troubles. -

tlint I'llm ii line anil fiint- of Dr. ROyr ldW
liltnt l l 1 nit itit otfl il wonderful sbU li"
i and ti|rrnnl lI;leri'R. and lil associate
ir their aR6l'l Inii ('n rliti ltrilenre, Va lt
n41. and nall Clironic ilirp-aeatsd Df-WIN.;j
olnml, Writse inday fir umir Mledleal War"
n Imjanks.. Po rni exprlImrntl wlli ttiQuaekllr
when ytriiur halth I9 at ptlikp e'
0.. B13 Atua/l imulhlllf. AtiletW, Ct. *i,

vyotu are llitereptel Int oinllnti n dental eduontito, write
for free catalogne of ull li-riiuiil ,.
looames OR. W. POSTER, DeAN. 100 NORTH o urLER STREiT. ATLANTA. 0QOle"W.". r'

The Police Reporter. IFlatfl.h" are now being caught If
in two or three dingy little oflloes sarge numbers In Nantucket, the daliy
opposite Police Headquarters In Mul- catches ranging from 25 to 40 to 4
berry street, New York city, men stt boar. Over 17,000 were supplied to
night and day collectnlag the polled thao Gloucester flashermen In one week
neums of the city Itor the newspapers, for bait.
Booner or later very Inoldent in the '
city's life in which a policeman s
concernd reaches headquarters by *g 1 81 *"..^p -
bulletin or formal report and comes I LOOA WA
under the attention of the polled re- TehBeGretTetsdRemedyrf? thAs
poriors. A similar group has beon nd pemrsnent csre of Sciroful Rhi
there getting the news since before e tie 'c'a arih.,Ulcers., Eczsma, So -r
r te lieWeakness, Nervousness,Ikd S4(
the elevated railroad existed and tho- K 009 AND SIlK DINEASIS
trolley cars began to run; and at somao It Is by farther best building up Tonii
time in his career almost every news- niood Paimhllr ever nrerind t ether. a11
paper man In town has been a mom- t nity, rand poiesseae shimost mnire e
her of one of these groups sielfting the I am,,sn for na l
huIman Intoroal out of the mass of irnos kept b y )nU r In- a drugst, 14ed
Incidents reported over polico s admluedicinerwilllieo.racniiafreilh'", ily
wires. BLOOD BALK 00., Atanta
A very old timer not solong ago,
amused himself In an Idle minute by
jottirng down for the benefit of the
newer generation a ilst of men who 1VI ALSBY
had served their term as police report-
ers and afterward had attained fame 4 Soglt Forsyt St.. tlL
In newspaper work and out of It.
It .was a long liat and It Included al-
most every news writer ot palt and
present reputation In this city.
Ono of the earlleset names on tiho
list was that of Sir Henry M.- Stanley,
who died In London a few days ago,
and one of the latest was Jacob A.
RHll.-New York Bun. ae estllt and A44 M

S Avth ,,g hlid. Englnes, e
"Never mind, desrf" I said to my
little girl, havlo vaiialy endeavored
to persuade per to give one of her AND ALL IKINDS
dolls to a child 'whbb had mover had Compl* lns weir rrti a 4 i
aon. "Never mind! Perhaps some Mrm WTl'4t
day you will be a poor little girl yotrr- 5ee MaisMbaert, .oe p l
eilf, sad then you 11ill know what It Write ame for *ati gie
Is to have qo toys "Yel, mamma," etc.. before buyl .. '
she obbled, "I have thought of that A ,
and that's the reason I want to av e
all my thing l's-Yt-uth't Colipanluto FR. to
A Lar ,.ge
A* dead Reply. = I1= =F 7
ni-UW es rjir *yRujs. sos- us a L m* to ffi- wull-

amusing smory. hI *a irowilk jh 'fl~y
Time otbbr d8p 40uof ftu *eobvi
weant to.- a Sslabborlm #ftf# and 60k0t
tar ',Ilap 'l9o p sf 4.WSltab5 N- and the,
gnipyer %be.- reaalv*4 was rather 06r.,
p~s~ng -Vt a5as tellowlrs113


should be- tiken between-i meals.
liulge sanitariums every patient is gl
en a glass of wdrm water a half hot
before meal time to aid digesilon, an
half of the virtue in the various spi
lies in the fact that the visitors drill
the water freely. To obtain hot wi
ter at a given time and to be motho,
leal In drinking Is not always convey
lent, but the woman who desires
smooth complexion will begin with
glass o: cold water the first thing I
the morning and will take four or flv
glasses before luncheon. A corresponi
Ing number should be taken In the a
ternoon and ouo or two glasses upc
retiring. Water'drinking is one of tt
Intest cures recommended by physl
Inns for rhetlumtlem, but care mum
always be tnken that the water I
pure, not too cold and not taken R
wueal time.
Proper Dress 5atennlng.
No matter how swell a woman's gat
inents may be, she is undone whe
they are not properly fastened. Ther
aro hundreds of not-a-hook, not-a-bui
ton, not-a-pin devices on the marks
for keeping placketa closed and wala
aind skirt together, but nothing yet Is
vented does tihe work liko a good
strong, old-fdabhloned book-and-eye
says the New York Sun. The proper
plain for her who would be flrtipl
reefed together is to sew two strong
eyes on every skirt baud In tbo back
stBp No. 2, sew two strong hooks on i
very firm and stout webbing with I
buckle on yne end.
Strap this grmly on the outside oi
tihe shirt walat, fit tihe-books over the
eyes, and there you are, firm and tatiU
and neat.
In Chooesing Yoer ist.
Hw 'very becomnlug the big Galine6
borough lints areto tall girls with.ligod
shoulderal One of the cleverest all
llners In London once told me, Niy& {1
writer In tIli London Truth, -tht whelp
choosing lints for her customers to try
on .she was guided ps much by thi
shape of the aboalders to by. the toes,
head, comrplexlop anS blagrl I hays 9t,
ten thought of Its sOnce, for onae legs
so many mistAk maidde in this W&ty,
A girl of Ove feet t ro In & Osliusbot.
ouigh bat lah managed to; hieadZeal that makes her look Bye fet
.6i .A.W _t .. -sb, -"

A nurse in Q1e16 Alinandra-i Ins-
perial Military, N ot h.i Serrvice re.
celves an Iintialso aIiir & ot. 200 a .yea
WtVhe aUl ii bi6moea a sister sa gW
ftrom to o0 00S. A matral'n ale,
rraduully wiset1o a maximum i3 P $I&


Suggestions by Dr.
to Combat the Nervous
Incident to WarMri W

Nervousneasi is very -'
women. 'This coidlition at dl
nerve cenmi ter. The a reas, ,
the reservoir lor nfalre rit.ll
centers Ltecooine hlluodles, fur t
lTis couiiltioli li especially 4 l
during ills warm season."
rfter i an my of invalids are
a direct result of weak nervot q AY
'ihas could emily. b er _e !la
uie of 'eruna. Peru a gtriWI
r sot of the Irouble "by oi 90 1
itIgestion. Perfect dligelstoi l nr niutrnion for the eyt-#!
1'rlifeetlv digested food gI! A"
voirs of ile a vitality which eirea
(<-utly nerves, Uvil in this mantllet
anal nouritr lie f. life.
issi B:anche Grey, a promhein
society itr, cm of riemjii, 'rei'm
recent I-tier froin 17t1 Alm4bam sa
s-wie: 'To an soittiv woman whoa
vous forre Im often taxed to the
from Inch ol r'Atl and irregular li
I fiamOt n"l h I I S C'm i tl eI fS @ .
heahillt 40t 1I' I'aluimlt. i took it i
months sgoi when I felt. my Itreungd
iilg tiinv, and Irsotm ,po ilaait cl.5'le
ftUeilf iEt fitplmf ms1e snw atresl"lf0Sb
1m'I lh,.' '--. 1- lito nL irho (e tUrey. ", ContainS No N famlth

o! an't the hook iar' all off; the bot-
tomro I out, land It's full of water."

Health kidneys take frol., t he.
,blood every tweoaty-four houie 00 w
gralua of lmpur,. pol0intIso rasto- n,..
W9. 250I o Ihau l
to cause
.,Weakene4 kidnli e
leaves this wast
i n the' b0 il t' aSi
,M l e are ii

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