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 8, 1904
Publication Date:


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


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

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mjiUC Rdalm: l" ZI WON
| UP O OF Who Won TFEll, Wlhat For And
"--- The foixim,,,,.ll u.T .show whio ioh
ETIN I izes Jilly 4:.,
..' .There were five entrie's in the bicycle
S ... -' -- tounr i t r ie, L-colitest, midtt tie- first prize,
Most Enthusiastic Ever Held in w w:o,> iy. Valery; Nwbein. and
(Ggag ie, second, $2.s50, by Mathew bicklitson.
I I a foot race, loo :yards, there were
St ree entice. The first p.i,:e 03, was
N ME)dBERS I ELECTED~ wony A B. C.-,andali, adi the second
MANY ME)BE LT 01.51). by J. C lolde-.
-.- .There wcze several entries in a foot
,portltst Bu. .ess Tranisacted i ,r
_-Cotrmittees- Appolinted- bert Padgett, and tihe second pr:ze, $1,
Other Matters, by Master Glover Taylor.
O Many boys tried to climb the greasy
Thie neet(ng .of the Board of Trade pole for the $2.50 at tlie top, but none of
WednesdAy afternoon was largely atted-. 'bern succeeded in teaching the goal a6d1
ed, and marked'by- much ent husiasm and ':ciuiting the gold.
good feeling evident that our hus- The greased pig fu.-nished by N. A.
ness men ate fully determined there shall Cealliso.a, from the Spring Park tart,
something Jdoing"ia Gainesvilie tiis was chased by inany, and was captured
Winter. The report of the specialtFou lh :by Mr. Malphurs, whose property the
of lly committee shows that thee ilty. swine becant -
was a-grand succers. financially and every [n the sack race there- were several.
other way, and the committee was dis- entries, but 11. Harris won first ptire, 82,
charged with a vote of thanks, and lRoy Johunsoin second prize, 61.
President Robinson, announced tIie As w.s stated in Tuesday's STAR, the
following standing couminittees foi" the Me chantms t.ade parade was a nmagni.-
ensuing yea: ficeit on.e, nearly all of our merchants
Arbitration-.H. 1F. Dutton, c'ha. nlan; and busia:ess men participating in it, and
W. R.. Thomas, P, Miller at the conclusion of the parade the judges
Appeals.--R. Blrd, chairman; Gq. S, Messrs. 1H. I Taylor, B; P. Richards
Merchant, G. W. Hyde. and A. M. Cushman, repoAted .as. fol
SAgriculture-R. E. Oanuon, cl';.J InaI; lows: .
SA. Colc'ougth, T.W.. Shands. I Ihe opinion of the conmmittke, the
Banking--H, --Taylor, chairman; It. El Toney Cigi. Company of Waldo, is
l*. Richards, W. W. -H ipton. dihe most appropate float, to .whom the
ConmmercialRelItitont Phillip Mille., p:-..e should be awarded. The judges
chairnian.; L C.. Lynch. J. N. Siiobl)r.. is' e also to make favorable mention,
Entertainmnest-A, J..McArithur, chai.- of the displays of the Gainesville Bottl-.
lIan; R. A. O'Neal, Joe .ltel; ing \Vo-.ks. C. C. Pedi.;ck and H. Dtit.
Forestry -. J F. McKl'tisty, Jr .chair- to i & Co of the Dobg gin
man; W. N. Wilson, V. \,, Colsoi.
Imnunigratloa-B. F.- Hatpton, chair- TAXES REDUCED. ONE. MItL.
man; j. jD. Matheson, V. D. Waine.. .
. Manufactures-C. W. Chase, clihi mn; Twenty Per Cent Lower Rate Than
L. R. Woods, 3. E. Voyle.. For Last Year.
New gInterpilees-W.. R. Ti6onmia, State of Florida,
chairman C CW. hase, S. J. Thomnas. Treasury Department,
Public Works-A. M. M. Cshan; chair- "omaptroller's j ic3 .
man; C. C. PIed.ick, F. Jortlan. -l 'a sse
Parks--Phillip Miller, cha m I.; I. I. ta Assessorteo of othe da:
Hainpton, W. R. Slecker. (eIt leittel:--I a authoized aid di-
Exctursions--A J. McArJir, air- t governor, ncg in pur.
I I"- le d 1))" ( -.r i CL g 1n pur.
iia.;r L J. Burkhiu lice of the authority vested in hint by
StatistiC-L. L ch, ca-ia,,; I. aw to dct on to. levy four (4) mills
E. Voyle,s ted Bayer, the dolar upon the real. aid personal-
Real. Estate 'and lsu. ol je, "- -proper.y, assessed for the year A. D.
jo6rdan, chairman;, I'- V" le, "A. INtettiiI li i ndredl amid Four (.1904) as
Cushllan. f,, .. "
St eets, Roads and l ,iit l -.- w. R1, ;- R*uv;te Ta., t.i meet the "
trihomas, chaitmnaai: A. L. Wilstock. 'iii 't ;ii. tis MS atld iater.-
Education anid jtbraiy-J. I. Vidal, -l ,ii the itb uiilted lebt,.at
chainman; W. R. Thiomas, RIt. I. ,. Du.1 .. (,Ge.\v, c-hotol Tax . .. 1 lnil
Stock Raisers-I4; J. Clya't, cliniiii; e ~ n i ] 2 nsills
r. W. Shaidsa, Helry LiDa-i. .;e>" l>. tIii f Heialth Tax. s ill .
Telegraphs and Telep'oiaes. :,. '. -
Cobb, chairman -Lud- g, W. i. ''1 .. .il t ........ 4 the il i
Holder. t V n il] tI e r lore extent p the Cr ate i
Tranisportation-W. B. Taylor, clair tu e tm thei rI,1 and personal property w
ani; S. J. Thomas, G. S Me chant. 'at foura) units o1 the dollar, which will
Sanitary and Public. Health -J. [11 iuclile all of the dTfferenit a-es above
pHodges, chai-rman; Marcus E.idel, L. C. eiutiile ateL. ours. very truly.
SithA. A. (.- CROOM, Coniptroller.
Legislation-. Mc try a Ily the toregoing it will be seen that |
Legislation-]J F. McK~nutry, chla;. -
the imllllh adve. .sed reduct-on of taxes
iesrs. I-j t. i, McCreary, J. esse by two anid one-half it'hls has not occurr,.
lrt, D. +. God ev, C.. Strotile, el rie re(uict'on is otily one mill; bhut
Wim.- Pepper, oin. HIenv.SChubb that of itself is a splendid showing-k
W Adrepper, were elecd hooa twety per cent lower than las-t year's
I. O. Andrews, were elected honorary i J
members of the board with ai i2bt to vote. ract--Llitor.
The matter of an ente:Laimruent or cat- .
nival to take place some .imne in the fall FUNERAL OF MRS. PHIFER .
was F .cussed and rfer. ed back to re Held From Kavanaugh Methodist
ronmmniltee on Eimte'aluimeuit for report. Church Tuesday Afternoon.
The Transportation committee was also hefunera of Mrs. 14. Phifer was
ias:.r,cted to arrange with the railroads Th fo theaivamatg. Methodist
for rates to the Winter Bible Confeenceheld foi te Kavaagh Methodist a
midi Chatauqua this winLe.,. Tie Boad Cu'chb, uf which she was a coinsistalt,
,so appropriated *u5.oo t awards payrng mup h loved and 1ery useful niember, o
pff inteIrest due on lihle Confeence Ihu blay at ~ o'clock.
smiling debt, and appointed Mess s. The se vices weme conducted by the
Marcus lhudel and L. C. Smith to solicit pstor, Rev. WV. J. Carpente-, and were
Mbscription for thI largely attended, as was, also the ifter-
thr pt atsa of Itepurpoe i met in Levergreen cemetery. Mr. Cer-
her matters of interest o the city peter paid a beautiful tribute to the life
erediscussed, and will b reported later, ad wo o the deceased, and wasdeeply
they mature. Everything points to affected while dog Many n the
e fact that Gaineayvlle's new Board of affected while doig Lo Many in he t
Wslter Robinon, l a businp o bo spoke, for all who knew Mrs. 'hifer in
walter c. Robon gratl a bu cinety bodva, life aid h-alth, felt that the church, Sun-
dI the onratulate the city, in which day school, mssioma:y societies of the
n her imielen o prpey hcchurch, and the community at large lost
heir intellient efforts foreshadow, a mpt valuable member when her soul

.iaptlit, Me0 oi4pt, Preiytaerlatd.
The Baptist, Methodist and Presbyte-
dans of this city will hold union services
Very -unday night from now until the
"t Sunday in September, to all ot which
services .the public is cordially invited.
July 1o, at Methodist church, Rev. S.
1. Rogers, of the lBaptist church.
July 17, at Presbyterian church, rey.
- J" Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
July 24, at Baptist church, e-ev. W. J.
carpenter, of the Metowdist eh.rh.
July i, at.Methodlsd elimuch, Rev. T.

L U. Rogers. of the ianttuic chtMrb.
August 14, at apt" i ld eb.Klev. T.
P. Hav, of the Pr el eh b. -
August a, t MtodaI ChiOnb, Rev.
S. Rogers, of th lqaitli (eah.
Augst aS at .sb- i,',W ij f .
J.Crpenter,sat**i ed#ttm .
September 4, Mat Bap lt c. ReT. W.
"Carpenter,0 o t M,.
Ptember it, *'i st

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took its flight to thle tGodt who gave it
The pillbFarera were Messrq. 14. W.
Feauell, W. L. Floyd, J. Ml. Dell., K.
Fagan, W. R. McKintry, and Ferdinand

No Resemblance to Cologne.
People should be careful not to throw
out spoiled fiah, or other decaying auumal
or other maer matter such as is sametitaes
fou id about meat markets, fish and
oyster stands, and elsewhere. There are places not a mile and a half from
the public republican where odors4 re notice-
able that hate no resemblance to the bet-
ter grades of cologne, or even to real nice,
tine peaches.
If anzy member of the city council. or
any oie0.: body or fraternity in Gaines-
villSe Whll take arole around town, and
vift a few places where refuse matter is
toast likely to be allowed to accumulate
and he fails toscent anything that smelts
Unlke cologue. Hip peaches or b manna
hxtulka, we SiU move that be take some-

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Some Agricultural Statistics 'for
This Year. '


Painful Accident.
At the lumber end shingle mill near
SFairbanks, Wednesday afternoon, Mr.
Jeff Ward, an employee at the mill, had
the misfortutie to get a paet of his thumb
and two fingers on left -hand cut off by the
shingle saw.
"H camnte to Gaineamille and had the
wodndeld members treated I.)y Dr. Sibley
and it Is now hoped that he will suffer
no very griat Inconvenience, becaaase of
the accident,

Praising lainesvillle.

in..the. Ma npsaOuCCOUuty uun neigh-
Amount of Things Mentioned 'boring towns who attended the celebra-
pgrwupued, Number Acres ton.hereon the Fourth ate now praising
uc Nu be vr-PI ". -e Grinesvillebecause of the unp-ecidenied
Cul6tivated-Prices. good behavior consideringg .he I uame.ase
Agricultural statlSitcs or Alachua cou- crowd that was here) of tie people on
ty -for the year i9o4 shows some interest- that occasion. The Lrowd wrs ihe large.
ing facts and estlimteo, and for the inlor- eat and business the best that the city has
nation and betieft of our readers we gve witnessed for years, and not a drunk or
a iecessiril. very much condensed show tneddlesome person was seen.
img of some of the county's agricultural /
products, showing to what extent same Try Pagan'sa market for best meant.
are cultivated .iin the county. aind with B. T. Bardini, of High Springs, was in
what degree of success as .to yield, and Ithe city Wednesday.
prices obiaiamed or obtainable for the pro- If you want to Iuy, reut or sell a
duclo. hio se--See.Moyera.
It should be reieinmbered that much of The County School Board has been in
the report as regards crop yield and prices session tvo days this week.
of products is eut'mated, but it ia safe to
premiunp that the estinistes will provey- tto r Cidwell, of the Wednesday.p
be about correct when the final. -figtres Herald, ts in the city Wednesday,
shall have been compiled. J.C. Newbeiry and F. B. Atwater were
We will menitilonhere.only about one. In the city Tuesday from. High Springs.
faith. of the- sixty odd items imeptioned The. McClelan Undertaking Company
in the report, but the items we will mens- will soon be-ready for up-to-date business.
tion are those about which our people A. -E. Summers, of H1gh Springq was
are mostconcerned, and they are as fol.- a business visitor to the city Wednesday.
low0s-: The board of county commissionues-
Sea Island cotton. Number of acres, was in session Tuesday and Wedneeday.
i1 ,54o; number bales, ,r, value D. ,. Crill, of Palatka, was among
Cor,. Number acres, 7,6 numb." the prominent visitors to the city Tuel day,
r bushels, .z76,4 r; value, $t24,o7o. Dr..B.Howell, a prominent physi-
Oatws.- Number acres, 2,ooo; bushes, clan obf Newberry, was in the city yerter-
11,759; value ,753. day, -
Sweet Potatoes. Acres, 5o2;. bushels, C. D. Wood, a promiuneit business nana
58,546; value, 826,436, of Archer, was. a business \ Laitor to the
Sugar Cane. Acres, 255; bbls. syrup, city Wednesday.
1,989; value, a22,929. Mrs. J. S. Haddock, of Richmond, Va.,
Peanuts. Acres, 3,457;bushels, 55774; is .the guest of her parents, Judge and
value, $32.341. Mrs. :H. G..Mahon.
VelvetBeans. Acres, ,28; bushels, Capt. T. J. McRae, the popular knight
13,56t; value, $8,462. of the grip with home da Hawthomn, was
Lettuce.- Acres, 155%~ crates, 23,515; in the city Wednesday.
value,.2, 5... .-'- ,..
bbge cres 5; crate 93; n.Prry M. Colon returned Tues-
nmbe. rel95 9" ;' day front a two weeks business trip to
m Acte ...e-122;v"rates,26790 atious points in the .tnte.
Cucumbers. Acres, 122; crates, a,6,790; ..- .
vmlue $29,868. -Mrs M A X Eisterlln, proprietress of the
-Waterine:ons. Acres, 141; car loads, Tremont House, made a brief business
78; value, $9,660. trip tO 111gi Springs yesterday
Cantaloupes. Aeres, 337;crates, 31,148; Mr. 14. G. Wade, of Jacksonville, and
value, $32,038. Mr. J..L. Medlin of Meridith, were hbiel-
Beans. Acres5, 163*; crates, 11,253; nese visitors to.the city Tuesday.
value, $13,037. City Marshal C. Q. Harwell, of High
Oranges. (The industry in the. coun- Springs, wee ln thi city yesterday and
ty just begimng to be revived since- the paid this office an appreciated visit.
'aeeze.)Bearing trees, 4,529; non- bear. Cleaning and bleaching Panama bats
ng trees, 8,100- boxes,' 8,070, value, neatly and promptly dose by Mrs M A
*4,008. .asterlin1 at Tremont House. 21 t f
Peaches. Trees,. 7,443; bushels, 3,437; Dr. and Mrs. Watson Porter left Wed-
ralue, $3,307. nesday for Nova Scotia where they will
The county Is credited with 76 yoke of spend the remainder of the summer.
work, oxen, and 14,280 head of other, cat- ouis J, Brumby, the talented editor of
c, including ,native, thorough snd mix. the Florida Varmer and Psuit Growes,
-Oreted.u v e -o was in the city Tuesday from his home at
-Of sheep we have 486, goat 33, and Ocal. -
Alachua county hogs (of the four-legged
tind) number 128,47, and are valued at Mr, ani Mrs. Bryant, of Mlsanopy,
$44,648, have returned hotmi after a visit of several
We have 4$,742 chicken -184 ducks, days to the latter's sister, Mrs, Bennett,
464 geese, 541 turkeys, and 60,404 dozen th""is city.
eggs. The Gainesville Board of Trade d.e-
The number of our milch cows ia put serves much credit for the splendid sue-
it 1,921 and we use and sell- 103,748 gala. esaf of our very successful FPorth of July
milk, and 23,237 lbs. of butter, celebration. "(.
Be it remembered that the figures given Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Thomas have gone
above are for the numbers, amounts, etc. to Colorado, where they will spend a
of the stock, farm produce, etc., reported while in the hope of benefiting the form- i
only, and that should everything that iu her's health.
produced be reported the figures would Meadames Ila Moody and Georg.
be veiy much larger than now appear. Brablbm, and the latter'i little girl, are
visiting the former's later Mrs. Perry, I
Real Estate. in High Springs .
if you have city property (Improved or Jno. Joyne*, a naval ators operator
mi mproved)-farming, truck, I ture, at Benton, and an old friem4 of the editor
timber or phoephate lands for senX;aad
me full description and .lowest prices, of the Star, was in Wedeaeday,
terms, etc. I can find you a buyer.- and paid this office a plesaml t ceL
Attorney at Law, Mesrm. Jno. M. Oadwell, lowspr A. .
12Feb im Gatesaville, Fla D. MoCollute, White SprIlnsi -; l,
Collum. Wian; Jao. C. tJoynee, Bateao,. t
and J. T. Joes, Lake City, apeat Wedinas
If it is Job pntmng you want just send dy and Wednesday Light.n te ttWy, a. I
your order to the 1itar. it will have day Wednesday nihIn thecity, as--i
prompt attention, p nd work and prices tending a meeting of Pilgrim Command-
will suit you. tf ary, No. 7 Knights Templar.



Does Your r


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.
All work guaranteed. No hasty slipshod job leaves our
shop. None but the best material used, and you will
not grumble at thie price* either.

H. C. Steven s.





Miss Lou-se Harirs, the esamlwing aill
accomplished daughter or Editor Frank
Uarrsia, of Ithe OcAla lieinner, war-'the
guest of Mi-'" Chiistine Pmcbards this
Z. W. Roberti, Hllgih Springs' efficient
anld popular c!ly iaa st .essor, stopped
over in the city Tuec .i.y y r hi in way back
honle frnm l'aulatke, Imere lie I.'l been
on busine s.
Miss C'amldia Miller, ome of Suwainnee
county's most popular teachemi. who
had been on' a v'sit to lier coasi.i, M'ss
Myra McMillain, l',is c'y, tdci lted yr -
Ierday for hCe home 1n l,:ve Oak.
Misses Ruth and Mlly.-I MNclviaiue, tlo
lamte.-es,'ig young Iadit i of Tpinpft a e
guests of .''e fornlly of themr aunt, M,. ,.
Paul:ne Mc lva'.e, 1 ', city. They a%'ll
tenmai heie p.-obably two weeks.
Ilon. Newto. A. Blitcli, of Moltbhrook,
for several 'e.nms State Senator from
Levy county, and at present inspector of
State convicts. was one of the prominent
visitors to Guinesville oil the Fourth.
Members of thle Baptist Sunday school
should bear i1m ulind -lie fact that tthe
hour for meeting has. bee I chunm:;d fio mm
4 o'clock p. I. to 9:30 a. nI., ti id eve y
inmeit er is u--ged to-be there u- MU Stin-
day morning.
She.iff Feuell trea.ed tVie cuumity
Jail b--ds ,o wale ,nelola o'i the
Fou-th, and it is rrfe to sLay ,'iat nmoie
than one ef the aro.' ad '.o sa da .ies
would have been w;1i11g to have b'emn ina
jail while the .eat lg was ii p ogees,.
Mrsa W H. Somley and dam,- h MI,-
Lids, left yest. day for Bca.o.i, whe:e
they will speud a few months They
wil' stop a while Ii Fe:nandl-ia eunouLe.
Dr. Sibley will p oblibly g np 1o Bo. ..I
tn September and reau:.s with his w'fe
and daughter.
Me. and Mrs. W I/. Cpodws i p-I li'.'e
son, Willie Lee, J.'., rid be fu me 'a
mother, M -a. M. 0. GodAwi, o. Fr 'leld
weie in the city yeaste day, a id f -om he e
the ladles and little o le p oceeded jo
High Sp:-lngs, whee Mrs. M.O. Godw,a
will spend a while w:th lie ron p.ud
daughter in-law, Mr. and M' s. E. B1.
Godwin,and Mrs. W. L. God,'n will
visit her brother aud iste.-'.n-law, Mr
and Mrs. A. E. BSummers.


B 11. M8pi8tt iOthell,
The Celebrated New York City
Weekly Visits Beginning
July 14th-1lth
Thursday from a o'clock
To Friday at a o'clock. .
--ovIICK---- .-
Brownhu1ljua PArlor.e
?wbormpry, Monday.morntin t
R e "r iya |5

Notice of application for Tax Dead un-
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of
.Ntei thereby given that W. t.
tboma., puILrhaer oFta CerUtacate No.

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6 5144Pon Divostag.
-VtcItC ourt, EigtfhibJuidicial
ka' Aisebsigcounty, YJ6vida.. Ia
fsmg1~s~e Bi311 for Divorce.
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In -the Circuit court, lightLh Judicial
CtrWtt--Afatiua county, Florida. In
Josephinte Davi )
Vs. .-Bill for Divorce.
Arthur Davis,-
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above stated cause
that Arthur Davis, the defendant therein
named, is a resident of the State of Flor-
Ida, and has been abselit from his real-
dence for more than sixty -days preceed-
ing this order of p.-blicat on Iand l con-.
cealing himself so that service cannot be
mailo upon hinm and is over the.age of
twenty-one years; it is therftOwe ordered
that said resident defeudgatbeaand hbe ja
hereby required to appear to. the bill of
cominplaiuntfiled inll said cause oilorn Defore
Monday, the ist day of August, A. D.
1o4, otherwise tie allegations Ot ld
l1itl will be taken-as confessed by aldd de-
It is further ordered that this order be
published once- a week for tour consecu-
tive weeks in thie (aninetville Star, a
newspaper published in said county and
This June 3o, 190,4.
LSeAL.] II. C. Demton,
]lerk Circuit Court.
By a, H. Wienges, Deputy clerk.
A true copy of original.
H. C, Pento. -. ..
clerk circuit Court
Per S.11. Wiengea, D. C.
H. G. Mason,
Solicitor for complainant. -
In the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial
Circuit, Alachua county, Vlorkla. In
AliCe Collins
vs. Bill for Divorce.
Richard Collinm, )
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above salted cause
that Richard Collins, the Defendant
"serein named, is a resident of the Stati
of Plorlda, and haS been absent from his
residence for fivote than sixty days ;tre-
eediing this order of pnblHicaton and i
concealing himself so that service cannot
be made upon him and is over the age of
twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered
that said resident defendant be and he
is hereby required to appear to the bill of
complaint flied In said cause on or before
Monday, the rat day of August, A. D.
1904 otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken ns confessed by said defen-
It is further ordered that this order be
~tbllshed once a week for four consecu-.
yve weeks in theGaineasville Star a news-
paper published in maid county and State.
This June 30, 1904.
[rAL]. H. Denton,
clerk Circuit court.
By S. H. Wienges, Deputy clerk.
A true copy of original. ty c
1I. C. Denton,
clerk Circuit court.
Per S. II. VWietmges, n. c.
H. 0. irfasmon,
Solicitor for cominplinatil.
In the Circuit Court, Eighth judicial
Circuit, Alachun, county, Florida. In
I hamncery.
Klla Small )
v Bill for Divorce.
Alfred Small, for divorce.
It appearing by affi avit appended to
the bill ied ta the above stated cause
that Alfred Small, the defandatt th'erln
aimed Is a resident of the State of Torida,
and hasaa been absent from his residence
for more than sixty days proceeding this i
order of publication and is concealing
himself so that service cannot be made
upon him and is over the age of twenty -
mone years; it Is therefore ordered that 0
maid resident defendant be and he Is 1
hereby required to appear to te 10l of a
complaint filed Jn said cause op.n 3io h L

It is further orderSd at .in i4
i ublMaQtett cnc s .Week r tr' af.

This June 3o, i _,' "
Lsacar,.1, '" Denton,
S! Cl- k o Circuit "oart, 1

A H cepy of orgnal.
l C, Dnton. P
Cljfk Citcutt Court.
S. W D.
Selfe" t.irfor ComplaiBaut,
ma. al 1 ;Am nl,*isim i

71, vusy
br~de. Per
r dow.AIEm~t J




-Maielyn, W. YV.; Apriw'2r, '9,
Dr. S. B. G.ddigs,
Dear Sir-Will you kindly infeft
by return min Uif you can aind ntib.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unpa Ig i
(Trrade Mark) and if so tI will -4.1.
a postal note for tle same. Pleasii k.:-..
uie the amount ol postage if It ta.l& 'e
When in Florida the winter of low
and '98 1 used five bottles of the twet *
five cent site and produced a nice
of hair where it had been entirely hb3
for fifteen years, and now I would like
try it onee more if I can get it.
VYurs truly.
59 Hicks St. 1. W. HAVNB. '
State of Florida, )
County of Alachua,
City of Gainesalle. J I
Personally appeared before the nb. T
scriber, a rotary Public, in and for t"i. *
State of Florida, at large, S. B. lid4bt.g, L*
who being duly sworn by me deposesaa
saya that the above testimonial wea eas
.to him by mail by J. W. Haynepa a ma '. N
whom he had never awn or haetd i,
also that he had no knowledge of the",
man ever having used or procured the
Unparalleled Hair Grower, and a far a. ,
he knQwa no one had influenced hbW t"7"
send it, and that the man has never r- .
ceived anything for sending it. et'i
1Sworn to andsuabcrhibed before me this
ath, day of November, A. D. x !
8. GIDImOp, ,D.
Notary Public ior the to L
at large ..
Sold by Dr. B. Gibbin,
and J. A. thheas and- es
Drug Store,. gl Sprig.

In the circuit court, R1ghth jdieP'
circuit. Alachua county, Florida.
chancety. *
Ctie Iwnrso ) '.
Bil 13111 for Divorce.
Y.A.- A:WiUl.,
It apw itvt appeded to
the bill led Lathl e stated-uise
that V. A. Wielkmrlmi 3V te dqlwt '.i ;,
tbere in namedla a re-tald tf the t9
of Florida, asnd been anba tfvno ., '_
residence for nmore tb sixty i U
ceedingthias order opblcatio .M
concealong hiu owelf 1t sert e al i *'
be made upon hilm and sa ovr tW
of tweoty-one yea t is l themforef .r -
dered that said resi tdefdait be ,
he il hereby required to appear to
bill of cousplaut filed In said aUe amo or.
before Monday. the let day of 1ugett I
A. D. 4, otherwise the aUellogat a 2 C
al bill will be taken as eon eaTed by .
said .dafendaut.. '..
[t Is fnthar ordered that this order be .
published once a week for four e i *
tive. weeks in the Gainesville Star, AI -r. r.
newspaper published in said county tnd .'
State. ,
This June 30, 90o4.
[(saAL..] I..Detion,
t lerk <'ircuit Court.
LUy H. Wi-muges, Deputy Clerk.
A true copy of original.
H. C. DeUnton,
clerk circuit court.
Per S. H. Wiengem, D. C..
H. G. M .as,.
Solicitor for complainant.

Notice of appliMtionlfa f'Tax Deed i ', t,'"s
der Section .I o hipter 488B, Lwie
Notice is heab i givew that W.
ome purchba t s etlt
01 dated the. as
10i, hiam flid el4 e611"rdVow
nd aiems de sappliaat for w
ssue in -ccsdeewtd 1W.e 5
,tficate embraes the following
aopa y itu1te 4 in A oagS
]P sa to-wit: Lot 9, Block 1 B
iddriton t 4a il 3IIThe
lualai d a(Ahe IUks of the

Of. 4.
-l !, ..,P-

b.Candidate for President

i Convention of Poptulists.'


Ahandidates Withdrew In Favor of
GQergian, Who Was Nomlnated
1', by Acclamation Meeting
SHeld In-Springfield, III. +"

-!'' esomae Z. Watson. of Georgia. for
-s.2fletnt, apnd T4om..s H. Tibblea. of
jf, lbraska, for vice president, was the
r- 'ieekt nominated by acclamation Tuew-
',ay by the populist nation il conven-
tion In sesicon at 'Springfield, Ill.
'. The names of William V. Alien, of Ni-
braska, and of Samuel W. WillIams, of
IndIana, 'were placed before the con-
vention for president, hut before the
st U of states had been completed in
the roll call their names were with-
j drawn and Walton was nominated by
il aeolamattonm
Whether Waon .. will accept the
omiaaitioa no one in the convention
1 seemed to kntw. and all efforts to j-e-
cu m ame definite Information frjin
I tsot n's friends failed. Waison "h t
q uoted as saying that If the democratic
at SL Louis nominated William [I.
Hearst he would support Hearst fort
,. Old Platform Reaffirmed.
Tbe" platform as adopted reaffirm
Sh'ellrer platform and demands the is-
se of money by the government an
'l*b atatsltlttes as shall maintain sta-
%-41 Nitty in prices, the establishment of
po; steal U ivngs banks, abolition of child
-I' labor, the elght-hour day, and the Inl-
tiative and referendum. Government
Wb taiunltion to denounced. The mon-
op oly plank reads:
'* ."N prevent unjust discrimination
.lill l. monopoly the government should
OMn sad control the railroads and
SthO*e publ ic Ullitle* which In theti
tatur.t ae ionopdlistio. To perfect
the pesal service the government
aullt be Iamnediately withdrawn.
lOraltios being the croseatres of
6Y$real iment should be subjrcted to
BO,* l government regulations and con
S' will adequately protect the
b,lleo W* demand the taxMst10 o
.;, Pooly privileges, whilo they re
," ,'- laittL private hands, to the exten
2', e '. va value of privileges granted.
d', e .W demand that congress shall en law uniformly regnulaUta
im'. I I 'p eand duties of all Ilneorporlt
.<: .companies doing Interstate bus


1.' Demeoratio Sub-Committee Render
Report On Sensational Contest.
A St. Louis special says: The sub
.1" n .committee of the national democratic
S40ammilttee which on Monday and Mon
-.4 ay night heard the evidence of the
fourteen contests in the state of 11
4i las, reported Tuesday to the nation
-, idl committee that it was the unaul
mocus opinion of the eub-committei
tat the Hopkins delegates be allow
ed to retain their seats. .The report
w' el concurred lin, ind the Hopkini
S. people will hold their -seats, unless
o dated by the action of the commti
tee on credentials.
The decilon of the sub-committe
was baaed on the ground that th
stAte convention was supreme; tha
the fights In the district cattcnsos ar
t. aot proper matters for adjustment h
.. the naLlopal committee, an-I that
5. a not the business of the nation
- -,' committee to go behind the record
C'i qI the convention as submitted I
1 -e* Ue.
tP The fight should, in the opinion
*,;c'tho eommttteo, have been made I
'ti, state convention before the con
pletlon of the record of tho convey

.The victory of the Hopklns faction
S'Was also a defeat for W. J. Bryar
1 ilho has made the fight almost a pe
-'- eons! matter.


S;.4lal|ma Operators and Mine Worker
S Dlagre as. to Wage Seale.
A BA rmingham, Ala., dipatebh says
The United Mine Worntor and th
tirnace Operators' Assoelation sut

pel' ned negotiations in the matter o
",. ingb to agree on a new wage scal
ri. W 'Fie iday afternoon and the Joint cou
alttae of the two organizations na
| ,.'.Journed. The miners offered to re
S't-w the old scale, which expired Jtun
WE.-' but the. operators Inaisted upo
1*'elr own proposition for a reduce


0ied on Oeclarations Adopted b
e .:-.Maryland arid Mississippi.
4 M1Isissalppi and Mar)lcnd stat
0p- will be used by the platform
Of the democratic nations
i s bas-es upon which th
,t t04'will be wrlten. I
'- Qraan's hben- thl
M of the Marylant
II g d.rl ar:
liis 0ngn delm

S hlathothe
S BUBto nhNV ItN

a.,. or .-F ..a -, 7. .w', ... 1

Ruslans Keep Up "Their printing
Peats in Manohurla -- Minor
*Srae Rnaul in Faver of Japs. -

A, Bt. Petersttarg special ays;: The
thirteen compailes of Russian troops
sent ,out by LIcutenan toteneral Conn
vo. Kellei in a reconnaissance in,.
fore to ascertain bthe strength of the
Japantese column's advance force mov-
ing on Lao-Yang, came Into collision
wltl the Japanese between m'uW Tile
&4 rfeng-Chul psalm- Tuesday.
Hharp fighting resulted an the Rn1i.-
alones retired before overwhelming
numbers,. sttos aacertaining the ex cit
strength of the Japeanuse I-rees. Thb
Russiat losses are offlciallb stated to
-be- _.--- -.
The. general staff at St it eitiurttn
baa received the following f-omnt L.iet-
tenant ltkharnofft chief of taff of Gen-
eral KuCuopatkin. dacl- July 4.
I On July 3. the advance-guard of the
Russian force operate ing east of Liao-
Yang, occupied a poicion at
pass. Toward eveiling the game day
our eoul., sscortalnel that a Jqtjgii.
meat of the enPmy's- advance guard.
1,500 strong, had occupied the villages
of REkhavvan and Teha-Kumen-Za on
Iour front At this moment-w" d4scov-
ered the movement of a Japanese doe
lachmeni, conslsting of a battalion of
Infantry, to turn out flank poshatlois In
She Yang-Tse pass In the Allrectionu of
Llan-Dian-Slan. : In oldest to check this
movement 4 totee wan sent forward In
'-he direction of the threatened point.
A delayed special front Toklo s ysi
General'Kuroki reports Ihat iwo bat.
talions of Russlans atincked ithe Jap-
anese outposts Man-Tien pass at dawn
on July 4., under over of ua dente fog.
The Russians were repulsed, bnut they
returned and charged three times be-
fore they were finally driven off. The
Japanese pursued them for three
miles to the westward of Mao-Ticn
pass. The Ruselans left thirty dead
and fifty wounded on the field. The'
Japanee lost fifteen killed and.. fifty


Alabama Merchant HIts Upon Splen-
did Soheme to Capture Thief.
8Sim Lacey, who rune a supply store
Sat Powderly, Ala., near Birfihglgham,
3 caghbt a sneoat burglar In a "boar
trapi" A d he is now In the Jefferson
' county Jill with that charge docketed
sagaint him. Ltcey's store has been
burglarized several times of late, and
no clew could he found as to who wa<
the thief, hind he sot an old bear trao,
-' long out of use, to catch the thief on
the stailrway leading from the first to
Sthe second floor of his store, covering
It with an old sack tO tilde It.
About 3 o'clock In the morning Oille
Gray1 colored, climbed a telephone
pole Just outtslde of the store and en-
tered the store from the second story.
s After nolping himself to what he
wanted he left t heo .tore ana start- il
down the steps eautilously and stepped
e right into the middle of the steel hear
. trap, with clhsel i-tI large Iron fangs
Son h lek., .and held him fast until Mr.
Lacy came up to open up, which was
-an hour afterwards. The prisoner had
scuffled hard to get away. but did not
I- cry out, and It took three men to re-
a lease him from the trap, so strong
were the springs which held him.

S- Syndicate Buys Gaineevlile, Jefforson
and Southern for t16,000.
e At Gaineaville. (In, Tuesdlay, .tp-i(eli
o Master S. C. Duttilap bold at public out-
it cry the- Oalltetville-, Jefferson nnl
1e oiWhern railroad, pursuant to decree
Y of Hall superior court ot May.
it a The road was sold In two parcelH,
al the BReat frot Galnscavlllo to Jefferson.
J and the branch from Belmont to Mon
o roe, 655 miles, was bought at thq upset
Price. $165,000, by a syndlicate'of Sa'
t vannah, Ghlnesvlllo and Jefferson
a men.
n It was bid In by Geo. W. Baldwin, of
n- Savannah. thie head of the syndicate
and president of a number of street
.a ctar comipante. This part of the pur-
chase Incoludes all rolling 'stock. The
r- line will be changed Into a broad-
gtage. -


-s Boy Struck by Train and Remains
Knocked woman from Track.
;. E:ruok by the flying body of her
o 8-year-old saO, who wsa Instantly kill-
ed by an e.rrasa train, Mrs. AlIv
s* Wllliamson caeaped the fate of her
f boy. Mrs. Williamsog -and her son
e were on the way to vlialit Mrs. Wil.

*- liamson's mother, and were walking
Son the track. They stepped from In
h- front of an approaching freight train
e and did.- not ase the swift running ex-
n press. The boy was ahead. His bogy
c- was thrown back with great violence
and knocked his.moth*r off the track.


SFpather of Negro Girl Charges That
S he Was Killed by Whippings.
County commissioners of Bibb
il county, Ga.. may be summoned to ap.
e pear before the state prison commis.
rt ston for n ittv Ivtlgation Into the
kt death- of t negro woman convict neas-
d e Colbert.
t. Thq woman's father hbs charged the
3. woman's death resulted from whip-
o ping ldmialkterqd, br the, whippltl
bo&s of the Bibb coutty gang.


oft earr Wr amns' Married In
e4.\,t pt 5 L'ulti WeWid's Pair.
5 N'ew tUesday GSOyral Plet
,.;W ,(,aW w Jmar-

f ori d*b lt dbtrtf
.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~A .t.''f^Ygil'wll~Pl 5.i,,,PS

---Tp- .

As Candidate for President
by the Prohibitionists,


General Miles Telegraphed Convention
Not to Present His Namte-Plat-
form Touches Upon Many.
Outside Subjectss

Sllas W. Swallow, of Htrriaburg1
Pa., was nominated by acclamation for
presaditt by the_ prohlbtilon convena,-
tibit at thdlanapolls Thursday..
At the last moment Genera; Miles
telegraphed John 0. Woolley asking
that his namb be not preented.
GEorge W. Carroll. of Texas, uwa
nominated for vice president.
The platform was adopted without
argument after a long deadlock In the
resolutions committee. It was do-
scrrEaBJ by- 1. 11. Amos, of Oregon, sec-
rotary of the committee. as the broad-
eat platform ever placed before the
people by thn parly., I addition to
the plank on the liquor question, it de-
claret- the party to be in favor of inter-
national arbitration, a Eaffrage law
based on mental and moral qualiflia-
tloiis, uniform laws of the country and
iependencles, popular election of sen-
ators, civil service extension, and the
Initiative and referendum.
The trust question was recogntri,-
by a demand for a rigid application of
the principle- and justice to all or-
ganizations of capital and labor.
A reform of divorce lawS Is demand-
ed and polygamy denounced.
-Over sixteen thousand dollars was
raised by subacription, pledged from
the flOor of the convention, which with
$11.000 in the treasury, will be the nu-
eleuts of the campaign fund. National
Chalrmnn Stewart and Natiohal See-
rotary Tate were re-elected.

Swallow May Decline.
Thlurday evening, in response to a
.congratulatory telegram, Dr. Swallow
sent the following to Chairman Stew-
"Harrisburg, Pa., Juie 30.-llHui.
Oliver W. iltwart, Prohibitionist Na-
I lonaI Convention, lndianapolis.-If
honor referred your dispatch Im-
plies duties requiring my absence from
home, while I highly appreciate any
honor or. duty the graudeiLt party of
the age can give me, yet unless Mrs.
Swallow's health greatly Improves,. I
would be coompellod to deocllne.


Champion Bicycle Riller Victim of
Frightful Accident at Atlanta.
Dtcrlng a bicycle race In Atlanta
Thursday night "Dobby" Walthour,
the champion pace follower of the
world, was the victim of a most so-
rious acoldent.
While riding, rings around Munroe
and DeGulchard, he was thrown from
his wheel in a collision with his motor.
\Vialthour had darted to the front In
an effort to gain a lap. It was a bat
lie of motormen and pace followers
Hioffinan pacing Mltoroe. 82w that the
AllattLah would gain the lap. and to
stave him off rushe.l to :he very Lop
of the track. There waa a bare foot
hetwwe-n the flying Tennessee rider
and his motorman and the top track.
Seeing that there was no earthly
ehadce th b que, ehlmsolf through
thle opening, Iawson. Whithotir's pace
maker, slackened bls speed a little
and Walthour, unable to stop pnd not
expecting the move, plunged Into his
motor and the next. moment was
thrown Into the stand.
He was thrown against throe strong
posts 2 by 6 Inebr'a, asd broke two
of them, spilting the third one. Hip
left collar bone was brokent, righ
elbow antml fingers of right hand b-.ily
bntased and torn, both hips and legs
brutised and cut In cevernMl placed,
while one large wound was made over
t.e abdomen.


Bogus "EHJah" Among Him Flock Af-
ter Encircling the Globe.
After attip that encircled the earth,
John Alexander Dowie arrived In Chi-
oago Thirsaay.

When the train pulled In at the
LaBelle street station, however, there
were no cheering followers to meet
him. He hadseat word ahead that he
would not soil lis feet with the dust
of Chicago. H& remained In his pri-
nate car while It Was being attached
to a train scheduled to levoe for the
"Dowlelte settlement Zion City, Illsi


Bale cf Inrrmenee Propert.ea Ordered
by Court at Trenton, N. J.
At Trenton, N. .1 Judge Lanning
signed a final decree In the United
States circuit court ordering a sale of
the United .States Shipbuilding Ceom
pany.ln the foreclosurp proceedings In.
stituted by the Mercantile:Trust Com-
pany and the New York Becurity and
Trust Company. on the two mortgages
held by them for 9l6,tl000,000 and $40,.
000,000. respectively.


President of Western MIner' Pedera-.
tlien Taken to Deinvoer.
Sherit ]idward' Bel8 took Charl-e Pr.
Moyer, preoldest of the Witbern. Fed-
5rattmo of *Xtba ftie h Oripple Creek
to Deaver Monda4, where be will be
ermitteed to tar ecartty la. the
suma o0 *0.00 e I I n ma
gtfjrgitb htim with gardr O
I A 1' _I __ I f i Tiff TL
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,ia.lw A _W I,,l U.qt -IUY HJ .17.TV RtE ,.|t l 1'"W

V1 am?. 1011I.dr.. .d1, *ork 4 goore oo r pteopil Mi Ailed or Bred t*
.r Will Awit etti nt Sf th Death in Destruction- of Swlf I
wre uVfIl. Seven I hundred Emigrants special Wa h rrai. Beg n utes as Part o thou.s b er. .on Find Watery Grave. The Chicago limited on the Waba.b President's Official Family,
miners t the iploy t tof e Varoia! railroad, due In St. Lou ip at 7 p. m., .-
furaseip corporations thth dririneS a&'TOPInd half an hour late, was wrecked'
ia the -VESSEL BREAKS TO PIECES undY hnightnInside the city iimi teat TAKE OATH OF OFFICE
ham, Ala., district, suspended work Litchfleli, l.
July let pending the adoption of j The train struck an open switch
new wage scale, the old contract hav- Paesenggr Steamer Norge, of the Scar, and -was overturned and seven of the Moody is Installed as Attorney Gen.
lIg expired. Most of the commercial dinavian American Line, Rups nine cars were bhtirfd. oral White Morton Takes Charge
coal operators employing 7,000 mcni Upon Rocks and Goes Quick- It was first reported that twenty of the NAvy DcparL
have tentatively signed up a renewal ly 6 th6 Bottom. third (o hs, and that forty vwerc In- mn
of the 91d scato on the understanding I jured
that wh6n the furnace olprators and A London sleleisj says: Over seven The train left Chicago at noon Sin- A Washington special says: Paul
the miner's agree the agreement .is hundred Dialsh aid Noraean emi- day with delegates to the St. L-ouisA Morton asumaed,tthb duties of t ..,
also t10 apply to the commercial com- undrd Da d convention. tay of the navy Prilday, succe,.,g
-panles. grantf, bound for New Ybfr, Pre b A later dispatch from Litchfleihl Secretary Moody, who bocomus, .tur.
The furnace and large mine opira 'lleved td have been drowned in thu says: The list of dead as a result of ney general of the United ttau'-,s.
tors are preparing for a prolonged ua- North Atlantic ott June 28. Out of the Wahaish wreck now numbers I Mr. Morton was a tompaniet tju th
pension of work, as no agreement nearly O souls on board the Dani\h lgiten. (wo persons among the In department by Mr. Moodty, wih,, :I
eem toing the nett. It day understood team Nrge, which le Copnha- red having diled. A wrecking cr-w the presence of the retiring '-u,'.-ry
that during the next fve days, I no eamer Nqrge, which ef op which O to w ork irly may uncover alrd Assistant S.cre'Rry Durlin ,Q
agreement Is reached, a number of gen June 22, only twenty-siev'ntt are other victims In clearing up the do' oath was adminitt red by s.ii.,,,.
furnaces will be banked. k known to be alie, andi for the rest no ,rlis. lalinlt, of the Judge g advontiL, .'to r
When the miners' state convention hope ls he!d out. State'; Altotney 1. V. 11111, of Hitlls, all's office, 'thu completing th I- r.iii
met in Birmingham Friday, National ,11hen last seen ithe Norge was sink- born, who is on the scene with Coreo transfer of the departme-nt 1,, ..
Committeeman W. R. Falrley report- Ing where she struck on the Isl itof ner (Ira:,. Is making an investigation hands and moarhti:g the iltii, ii,nI
ed that the committee on conference Rockal'l, whose iaolLted peak raises AL. Into the clrLtimstant es of the wr ck, the how secretary.
with the operators had so far been un self from a deadly Atlan;ic rYeef ~O and it is not Inmprobable that arrests In -congrasttintlng Mr. -Morion. 1,r
able to-a-gres. He reviewed Tflu-prop- miles off tho west coa-t of Scotland imay he orderotd. lTho open switch las Moody said to him that in In. ,.,
osltlod of (ach side and in conclusion Early on Lthe morning of Tue.-lay, a mystery whiti thit" ofticlalts are Iry- with tho officers of ihthe .t'.uii.t .:,i
said: l Jne 88 the Noegn, wh!eh was out of Ing to solve. A(cor.llag to the \Vai- navy he would ineet suiti, of ith. 1.
If there is a conflict the contest her course int heat y v itther, ran orti hash agenlt, Charlt3 A. C(orneau. thie men In the world. Mr. I'.tlit., te.
must be won by keeping within the the RocKail reef, itilt Ih .; in tile di switch had elnot li ii used during thr tended his congratulation" nli ..,
pale of the law. We have nothing to tanee and looks lit- .1 ..hip indier full entire day by any of ithe) traltnmL'i). wishee, after which on inforait'i', ti.,.
gain by getting mad antd violating the Fall. riie Norge wahs itii i ly' bnicoj A t hort.i tiiiL hI'forc le wreck a (ion was hold in the big iA)in ;i.ij.'*n
law. Our iery (xistence depends upon off, but thile lhna\y ron ei)tiril In 1eFouitlhtiondi fast pass citcr train pas' ing the secretary's office-.
"iur diIlay of good citizenship and through a rent in lier bow. ,- over lithe track itn afetfy. There the naval onicais ion ivry i,
showing to the public that we will The, wio e wero then 1.iit hllid was in mourning Monday the depurlment, headc.l by Il(;ar \,in.
; ', p within the limit of the law." awaiting hreakfa, b. low, ran m n dekii dn-i. ndl h e cetlebralonl of Ih,? i'nrlhi ral Taylor, chief of hile burtL'.i u ,[ i. t
Other speakers advised patlenco and The hatchway:i w, r,e 4 "' r1ely built c)ur that i-l bet-n planned \',s let- nru I gatlon, were presented to th. i>. w
good behavJor. hg httnd(rls of sttl. nid heane ff. The citizens are losing every secretary, after which l \'..rtn t.
The Tonnessee Coal and Rilroal clogged,. thing in their plow(cr t care for the once took up his new wt.ri., It-.i.lrin a
Company closed down the three Iron The -,hip began ituf : ;y to 9g0 atownr w furnaces in the lessemer district be- by the head. Eight li -it- wer., low. wrook friends of ihoa4O on bo-rd the( later he accompanied .(Ir. ? ,ti
-ause of the attspenAlon of w8rk at Its ered anti into Ithe r i'.- women and train have een n riirlgn 'i town to the cabinet n'ioeting.
minea, rhillr0ei wert' lhurr.-l,.- pI t .Ix of lo,,ok afitr the dl.ti and Injurd,. i Mr. Moody was sworn Into iffi,. at
three bhol s -maia-l,'il r,:tin--t lhi.' alide St. Irancis hospital is crowdeil attorney general a short tinio bl'otij
EQUIPMENT FOR STATE TROOPS. of ihe Norge and their h'litlo-s in- with iithe wounded. cols having been Mr. Morton became scr'etary .'F ;:,)
-mates were ci-tighl tip by t lIt h(avy placed in the corridors to aecommo navy,. The oath of office, which %as
Usual Annual Allotment Is Made by repi. .,te thmrn and private houses have administered by Mr. Oraves., thil a,)
Acting Secretary of .War. Two boat oils got usnfely away been thiown open fillr ihe care o polntment clerk of the deparini'tnt of
Acting Secretary Oliver, of the war from the side of the sinking ship nnd those 1not iCO a'ndly Injured. justice, was taken In the pirresenc-o of
department, has made the usual an- many of the emigrants who were left I Mr. IKnojl -and the chief of this d ,.
nual allotment of the $1,000,000 appro- on board, seizing the life bells, throw FLORIDA CECES LANDS. apartment.
printed by congress to provide aitls ihem'lvcla Into nl te sea afnd were __Mr. Knox assured Mr. Ioioly liht
atid equipment for thle organized mill- drowned. B 0 Used in Erection of Fortifica he could count on the confidence ntl
tia of the United States. Apportion- The Norge foinderol sitildlenly and tit rilt Along the Coast. complete co-operation of all the 'nents are: home ,mi) tierrtfld1 emigrants were A Tallnhassee special says: The clals of his new department, and Ii,!
Alabama, $21,9.12; Arkansas, i17.- tIhrowti intd (Ihe watt r itr drawn dowrd itnlted plates government is prepar bespoke for himn the cor-dial stiupiort
952; Colorado, $9,973; Florida, $9.07.1; wit' th,' Hinkitig h liip. Those whid ig to (onslrtect extensive military and friendship that had been gliul to
Georgia, $25,932; Kontucky, $25.932; coiid awint Ir-,l to reich the boats, and nnivl fortifications and seacoast I himself..
Lioulalana, $17,962; Marylanud, $15.958; but thio.o were alreatly too full and defeiise-s at numerous suitable poln's
Mississippi, $19,947; Missouri, $35,905; lheir oeilpants lt,'at off tile drowning withbit, o state of Florida In the I LYNCHING SEASON OPENS.
North Carolina, $21.937; District of wretches ,iJth i)rs. near iture, and in this connection -
olub2a, 1'rgna,4 $297u lrolina, The li.',t rtot to their for jomo Gov'rnr Jennlngs has during the past Negro Assallant of Mrs. Baniste
$17,952: Virginia, $23,9371 ; NestV'. ho1lows. Il'ral(ally all o" f their oc- e<.(, x'c,-ite-d several unustiatsilly in- Swung Up and Riddled with Bullets.
rclula, $13,993; Arizona, $5,937; New p)atl wt-re pl.*-,iige-rs and were not orestin, an.i important official doe. A dispatch from CarterBville, Ga.,
Mexico, $5,234; Oklahoma, $13,103; ,.-sel to han-Iliig -nic It craft. v io beat itmnin. tansferring and ceding to the says- John Jones, the asallant ,i
Hlawaii, $7,500. o.-UrpleIt. h ly iO-w ainrivors laitlde at t.nlet ii ttes guvertnment the juries. IMrs. Oscar Danlster, was -

BLOW OF LIFE SAVER FATAL. rinmsby a r l, It tt.ict lei po pc -eseP.I lby this state over a limb of R large oak by a norml chain
BLO OFOn e neretit :.y. thatl h-O boats cerl ntin ,n-cri h(,l I inlsn which hhad beu and his body riddled with llit.,t noir

Woman Rescued from Steamer Slocum re, o .-,nlly lnl. the ilher pitnr-lit-ha, anl nacquiit-id by 'ondenina tlie scene of the assaull Frit-r if or
o n re d ro haoilllng rb.iitt tict ,i '-en i-.,h. onn iy the inlite.I States, and has noon. Ho was carried fiiro Car-
Vles Under Peculiar Circumstances. Tle li,. I,-nt ,ci,1, tai--.r i.regro Axr-ntilivil all the. i(.0'li landl from tersvllle to the scene of Iho,, a-.,tit.
A New York dispath says-: Erysip anti fe-ll tin l i l. th 9i-S 1i. Ii i.t).e arty tn1 titiler the authority of which was -at thie 41-mile l tc imig uI
alas in Ithe face has caused the death came of the< oih.'r boalt Is not yet thp scat. roiinl y or nuinhlpalliy while the western and Atlatice rne anil"
of Mrs. Christeina tloasman, who wits lniwn. orrTtlp el iy the Itnited States fol north of Altoona and six miles
rescued from the 11..fatedi steamnt r. Ph resei'o of lt .s.. oi 11ti life I.-o military anti naval purposes. Clrtersvllle.
Gontral Slocum. The blow was si c.k tiook place ant o'-lot ~ r n hO nionilnig .It is ,.pressly provided that tP sheriff Maxwell, Deputy Tiny,
by a fireman, who rescued the woman or June 29, the p .,rvlo.irs ion.lsting of stter 'ipea jrlillctiln to the n1ite.l' Sheriff Smith, of Gordon ntit. atil
froxnu rrownlinlg. The fircmnn w.i, 1enly iiini one (ifr citn, a seAnia, :Sct-s, ih th prmeioton e- ei t then drove om isI. nit
caught by the drowning ,, woman. wwt ,n n- n mcianngirl. that ,theil, io f Flrida shall Iave iegro in a hack to hnrtow, v h'hoe tr1-
choked him with a death grip so loa- --r- negroI n a hack to Barlow, w ore h i
elous thbt he was finally a.ompelle I I I JACK BONE UNDER ARREST. I i-, rililitnl, In iilla, I land io far hn' t bedentifiordered
render her t rnronscloucs w ith a I)ti wv Olh 9 -;ll 1`1111 -Me l 11 trad Ir fa r Iker m ight, b e idwtihed .
of his fis. She was ht irnri t a hits. M:rderer of Hall in Floyd County. Ga., cia al ict rrd. in:yIt extntider i o gr i As soon as e she saw enito n-g riii-
pital, btt, slight cut pro tltti',, 1 Iby it. Cantured i n Atlintd. 1 't' ,,i -r etil] r th-,--,',f law ;t the is thi e e." On i "T a r.ttlrln.
fireman' fist ,velop d l ryys l .in a 1 .11 1a r 1r ,,,*. %, ynn hiI, rt u,1 prt s r ft r h f away;,,ne is the one." On 1h. r.nor a
caused w m anf h e a.l de h 'l c eh e. ,ali t-t ,a l ia..l l I T. Hall, ii -n crowd gathered andl ft*ll it .1 c atl
ca sel 'he w ----ta deah hi fi ,nti .ei p 1. nI who I JAP NAIL RUSSIAN LIE- preceLedE the vehicle until ho'n i it
RENFROE CLAIMS SELF-DEFENSE. wva- sa1itd1 ,'1 I- itn timing G11 icii t.niouni.- officers entered the jail It Iwas in thi
O C ins ni-.t r l, .i ctie otIf Ih l crimi, h at- I General Oku Denies that Prisoneors inist .>r a hundred armed nien. liho,
Aged rayette County Citizen In At. nrais nti,. t tl ,n, of h. parents in Have Been Maltreated. after sone parleying with ilthe offlis,
lant1 a Jail for Safe Keeping. A.ilntla S.i,,i,,.,lay. r r ipa' l frimr Tnokil say'.- Gett-n ral secured the negro and bore him ,a--e
Stephen D. a enfrne, "Kege. 7i. ho 1 Aftltr SeIng l, -,i 11p I-hl w a t It I h.i- fitvrwarh-ud a etoail,-l ri-p -tt mor, to the locality of his crime.
said to he the oldest living law>vjr itn e- n ty a ,.iportr.r and a.nll td i ]hIr,. ialr lif,,r rth ers answer a w a decided to hang Ion.' to
Georgia, Rnd a 'onfelerate vecerac. t fr-ly that he lwl Hall fc snI: ig ivrs refiri-il y It' llasian means of a large chain atta-icel co
locked up in the Fultotn county jail. IH wrc. ur e mk e fl o n 1iat ient I n toallir, that thcl Japane,.i- trnopa the limb of a large oak and hit holy
at Atlanta, charged witli killing hl tte prisit lJy R,,ting wltg itsstee-s t ti-re ci t- il' e feor at lhdIis.y com riddled with bullets.
daughterin law at his home ne-tr FP.'y- -rwt-ar fal.tely aigninccl ni. Thia wt -s r,. tho rally vnfo s 1i l e f A hundred or ano mien with a winches

Ho was pinced in the Atlanta Jiul I wohai< never ie caken allyy for Ite cte cictral. thalt ht hd prolt Iof Ihait themselves In order and at n gien
because mob violence hand been tIren-i- killing. hlit I waned to sat my farn | thl wttndtid pritonors highly appr:- signal commenced firing and shot the
ended. iliv before I wai ta Iken acrl t.n lin wh (i ate o hl-ano trtatmnf rhev atm negro to pieces. At least five hitnirtd4
According to the story tol ty (o I titd not give u before I ws re- iir rnrades lia. rrelved from te bullets pierced hia body.
nel Renfroe eo hel s It he womnt In s-l r.tonbi ot iirt i tliait would hie takh-ac .lll-nta e II It s te RtlRelsan, lhe ti The assault was In an iron an-i
defense, after she had "aire-ily fire-,I soner or titor nnd dll noti expect io t p larht ho fi.l noy mhi hra ned e ochre mining region anI the lynch-
at him point lankn. get away ** rwounde and farm wer e f rom among the mining.


Objected to Paying Two Fares for One Home Burns Down and Little Ones Indorse f
Continuous Ride. t Meet Horrible Death. or Cockrell for Presidential Norn. Atlanta Trading Stamp People MakS
A New York dlspaaih nays: lIfy'inK I .arly Toes.dny nmrning tht home oi inee at St. Louis Convention. Move to Defend Customers.
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company 'ohn T. Col, at Rligh N r. wa. T lsosti democratic state con- The city of Atlanta has been tempo-
the Brooklyn Raopid ,Transit Coinmpaay try,,Ithy fir-' aci thr- ur li chti entino to elect thirty.-six delegates to rarely enjoined from proeedil
to collect a second fare between Brook- elren hiramne-ili I-at) d,;ah, i .


n ites.., -ati"nat convention at lSt. Louiuls against a merchant who is using the
lyn an.i Coney Island, nearly pas- Col. anti his aife' a >,ekh to fln, I t:, 1 n session at Joplin I dnesay s ree t n me, o a u rpg -
sengers were ej.ct. during Snday I'ldling" I"n Hame., ThY. ma1agd fI IP(ted| fie following Wednesday s- green trading stamps, for the purpno
when the care r.acthed Neck IRond *eEcape with the halay and th 1ir 14 large of collecting the license of $100 assess-
where the rond ichel I ken. A yer-old son Jmpei from a 'lnt L'nitedl States Senator Stone. Gov.- ed by on ordinance-piased on .M arc
where the second nickel is taken. A c wan ca,ily turned in franic ht ier nor A. Doekery-, Congressman 9, 1904.
number of fighisn icetirrh Aq resenta ,uns re-esnfi I Teffr inr r. -io thei i Champ C'lark. Congressman D. A. De- Petitioners allege that the ordinance
court th,-citiIon be'ir:ng on the questloit three remaining childrenctptstair. % Armond. Thirty-two district delegates charging merchants as extra tax a-
war Irto e te etT~ that paenser" Thetler hl b e we aon cTh1rtytwo district delegates charging merchantai an extra tax or
was to the effect that pVat.nger The tlitlte girls chnrmid hodtt' 'oe also itouct $109 for using trading stamps isc u`.
were entittod rido all the way fol aer ake front th ashes are inni Theonventi. indorsed Senator F. Just and against bth the consltu
Sfive cent' aged 12; Myrtle. aged In. nd 1Fns.-. M. ('ockrell for president, tons of the state an United States.
CENSUS OF NEGRO POPULATION. aged 4. tons of the state anUnitedtates
There Are 8,540,749 Colored People ,n FRENCH WARSHIP. AT HAITI.

the United States.
The census bureau Friday issued the
final bulletin on the negro populnuton
of the United States whlch thouw a
total of 8,840.79.
The report Indicates that between II
and 16 per meant of the negro populatli ta
has, or ls believed by enumerat rth
to have some degree of white blood.
The center of negro population is Into
DKalnb county. Alabama, about farir
miles- frtm the western boundary oft

iGerman Minister Delivers Cornmence
Stoning Incident,. However, Is Said ti ment Address at Sewanee
Be Amicably, Settled. I Much Int.rrmt aitache.l to the corn.
The French cruiser Jurlen do ia Gra. menc"emert exerclses of Ihe Unite,-
viere has arrived at Port-au-Prineop saty of the South, at Sowane, Tenn.
The Incident bf stoning of the French of Baron Speck Vr n Sf er therg. the
and German ministers Is now assert German a Ambassador to the United
to have been closed by renewed for States bass o he
mal annlrles which .-h --- .. .

e- -..a t ...... .un a a.t eemn aCrPb n -
ed by the Frenech and ;,?rman min,.

Condemned Half of Capitol square. I
The capital ceuiilsion at meet. Plans of southern Endorsed by Ala-
Inlg 1a Montgomery Tuesday ordered bama Railroad Commission.
the attorney general to proceed to A Montgomery dispatch says The
have condemned the south hall of Cap- Alababas railroad commaiseln, Tur a
Ltol square. with the posalble. view of day, approved p at- of the outhfrn
erecting on it saopreme court rooms railway for a ntw unhon depot at Mo.
a"d chambers. No pirt of the $159,.000 bile to cost t150,000 on a lot that c st
ADPopriated for O&citol Improvement -100,000. All railroads entering 'o.
-40 bte used for a go.v4epraopr's A mna.b 1 MlI it aad the work of on.
st .eltMs o4 ts to bi6ga forthwith. ,

Supply of .Bullion Bought Under Shor-
man Act Is Exhausted.
"There will never be antrther .tith'
dollar -oined in this counr3."
eorge T. Roberta, director of tte
United States mint, in an interntw at
Portland, Ore. Mr. Robet-3 Is a

The ambassador made the com route to Alaska. or
mencement a-Idresa and received th. "No, there will be no new siltT
honorary degree of doctor of cived law lars turned out by the gcvernrpt1t
plants unless by~ some chance li c1
"IORNADO WRECKS TRAIN. I congress should beo elected, for cs
------ supply of silver bullion purhi', '14*'.
Fast Flyer Blown Bodily from Bridge der the S"terman act Is exi)t.i' -
at Petersburg, Illinois.
A Chicago. Peoria and St. Loul pseve ks
sf"Ker train due Ins Bpri~eld R.oosvelt Thanka France. ad
sTnger train due in Sprin field, Il.. Forelgn Minister DelOease pries5
Ticemelay nIght was Alown fr-m. the c o at Pk.
bridge at Peter.abrg by a torns to the cou en o'a.nlejilsters at
PaTgagQman Thomabi Wley trade Ftidr, the state depMrtmen- ",W
an1 fifteen or twem ey was .kile pressing Prestdent ltoosevell' tlha
anti fifteen or twenty were lt- the.earntes,
Jur- A relief train W h Wp th de -te w ag F r th e ealrm an a ff ectivel ,
quickly sent to th seen -con u w frair had gl .' pertic-r ,:

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fix r


A found that treen mas y
afas4p tedA In full foliage In 1May
4r ze with little or no Injury It tiha
avlnK $l done qt night. This bus
$WR demonstrated to tho entire asilss.
gfetion' of prominent French hortk-
eutwrlfa .. .,- ,.*.
Sithe report of the loinglhslhi turblui
eomlwailon to detersmiue, the advasn-
tag"e of turbine Over reciprVoctiltig enli.
titea for the 70-000-horse-power niew
'Clprdler, Shows that the economy of
turbine on the Englishat Channel Is
only' two to four per cent., and that
the saving of weight will be olty BOt
e ..a. -- i

S b*i 0oston9 natural History So.
cdety- is preparing conmplcte .lists ef
the fauna of New Englalnd, of whilCh
the- firstpart. cotitalinig thle 'reptiles,
S.lsn .been-iisued In Oceasiolal uPapers.
.These lists are to prepare the way for
Scoomplete illustrated tmonograph of
-the fauna which the society proposes
to furnlah. .

For .some time- astronomers have
tried to adapt the stereoscope to as.
tronomy, says Cosmos,-ParTis, t il very
satisfactory relief photograplih of tihe
'moon have been obtained bhy tikitig
views "*t iufliclently lohg intervals
and .-Utillsing the slight swlintgitig orf
the moon to and fro in spaeLN. l The
c-oon appears Inii exaggerated relief.

AsAn Austrian statistician thlitl that
the average lease of life.of a -ediitral
practtitioner Is sixty years. D)eatihs
due to tubercular cons81tn1p-tloi olsly
amount among them to s.-evelln per
cent., thus showing bow careful tlihey taking piecautlonuts gaigslst it-
feetion. On the other .uid, ftlly
forty peit cent. of doctor# die ol heart
disease and nervous collapse.

"A correspondent to an Etngltshs
science Journal announces that anl
eAr.haeological undertaking of an lin-
. portant' character -is about to lie set
on foot, n asely, the comimplete exea-
vation. of Ierctslaeunm. it is pr-.
posed tblt.this vast work should be
carried 'ut by the co-operation ot
Ital, with iall civilized coitutre, aiwl
tlt, .there should be t centrtnl lninnaig-
'lng committee in Itone., with n:itlolil
comnmlttees elsewhere.

A committee has been appointed by
the .ouncel of the Library Assoeliation
of Great Britain to consider tlie ques-
tioni of the "deterioration of modlerns
blending leathers" and to suggest a
remedy. A circular is being issued to
the chief libraries in the United King.
among other matters, what effective
-support is likely to be forthcoming
from librarians in favor of leathers
of the standard specified by the- Bo-
ciety of Arts' Committee.

One of the curlous devices of Nats -'o
for scattering seeds is seen in the hial- /
loon .plant of California. The fruit is
yellow, and is a little iar.ger1 tlhia ai
,gg. It has the appearance of allin oiiply
bag, not of a solid, ibut it contaitlis a i
vaitery substance which evauornteg or,
dlries up when -the fruit matiures, a .
sort .of gas taking its place. This ga.s '
is lighter than air, and the fruit lips
back and. forth in the .wind unlil It :
finally breaks loose from Its slenlider
stem, rises Into the air to a helglit'of
from seventy:five to a hutldrcedl feet,
andd sails Away to fall in soine distlnt t
spot, Hrid thus extend -the growth of
its k in d .. .

! I


S" states"6 Hel0lnK.
S 'iN the Northeastera liale;.
from l1alue to L'eltlasl. I-
S vanlia, -siore progress has
; -odE recently hettit inade in
lL-al "builliing good ron'ds ti ti
In a r ot- section. of the Uiiilelt
Btatft. This is mainly due to tlhm adop,-
W lon of thme State aid ph lan.-
New J trsey was the first Stlate to'
-adopt this plan. The law enacted:th.'re
in 1801 provided that the State pay
one-third of the cost of uiiproving the
roads, .and the counties two-thirds,
part Of which may -be charged,-up to
.th.e towts i1 which tile roads nre built.
The farmers were 'ait tlest opitosod to)
this law; but now they are entihtisinast'c
itn its support. -More thit n $.5to).0(00
has been atpproptriltted iby the St-iti
Uunder this lawv. Kenerly 1000 miles of
road have b"e i Iiitcadasiiz'el. -l-ie
tittd hiided roads iiist coiiform'U to
the plans laid down by the St:ate Cow-
_maisWioner of 4ligvha.iss. ..
In Alassachusetts thile State pays these
entire cost oft biliiig the roitds, bit
.requires thie i out ties to pity back oiie-
foui'th of the cost. Neiar-ly $500.000 Is
appropriated a mliailly for thiis piur'-
pose. Nearly $5,.0t,000 hbas ialremily
been invested il roads liy .-the StNtO.
As a result, Massiiclimsett1 hiaS hints-
dreds of miles of as lue roads as any
hit the world.
Connecticut ihas also operated utider
this plant slice 18,5. The State putls tip
tWvo-till os f the money for road buitl-
itng. Thie pitIanr is considered a great
success; Mote than $ 1,500W000 lias beeIt
aliroirittted ui nI spent, a wnd about 500
hiets of lhne: roads haye beei-n built.
.It New York the Sitateptpays ole-halt
tlie cost of bildiitig the roadti. the
catislics thlrty-Itvc per cetent.. nrd tile
tlows'ship s arteeui per ceiit., alnd the
plan is working adilthrably. Last yerti'
$600,00 was approprlatedl by thi Leg-
Isla ture, aiid more t, lit $2,000,000 has
heen voted sPnlce the law was enactedl.
Thla year's aplproplntlou Is more thun
$1,000,000. .
Maine, New Hampshire,; Vermont,
Rhode I.Tliand aitd Delawfre .all liiavo
State Aid lai rs, .which are working
satisfactorily, thoughli expendltulres snid
operations are on a stualler scale thii
i. tlihe other Stiates miaaed.-
Peitnnyiivaiihi Is the latest convert
to thle State aid plan. The lanstLegls- "
nature enacted a lawV p.ovlldnig thliat
the' State should pay two-tthirds of the
cost of road improvement, the eoun- -
ties one-sixth and the townships one-
sixth. The sum of $0,500,000 was ap-
propriated, to be' spent in six years,.
The fundamental principle oil wnVllls
the State aid plan rests -is that the pub.
lie highways re for the use and ben-
t of the wlo people people, and that all
should, therefore, share loi the cost of'-
thir Iti in prove en t.
From Statealid to natloual Mltd is but
!i single step. o Both embody thea sume
[)rina-lijle. It is allm interesting filet.
hlit tlle people of these States arc eti-
ihusiia.sically in flavor of taking Uncle
8uait iUto tire general scheme of co-op- -
cratioul'. .The State 1Highway Conniils.
lioliers of Ne vw jersey Collnectiin't,
lutssach usettsi Ilhod Islannd.anlid Vr.- I
iooit are. outsLpokenl advocates of ina. '
tio tinil nil,. ..
If intioaill aid would accomplish fot
lihe whoo couiintry wblat Sta!e old] is
loinig --licrh ri lopted, it cettalumly Ite-
s'rves serious coniiiatleration.

In his worrk as Director of tile In- B,.-,,,-nt in l.hia,,il...
1llt4 Meterologicnl ?oepartiriemt, Sir c lThe Loc :i t;overn'lllit oam10-d o1
John Eliot has found that while one Eing01sil recenitly- ili led ,to lppolntlt
hemisphere of the earth, which In- a coilnlsittee to inqmiuire into ethe ei-
cludes< Europe, Southern Asia, Africa,' or:il condition of lihe roads of E hUglihud
India and Australia, is experiencing .andl Wales. The I:adls Imnpr'ovenclit
High atmospheric pressure oil the aver, Association, of w--hii' tle Hol, Artbuir
age, the other hemisphere, which ill- Stfley, 'M. 1'., is 'Vice-Presidenit. li:s
cludea North and South America and been instrutiieita l it securing the ap-
"Siberia, is experiencing a defieleity of pointmiint of such ai coinmillttee. Tils.-
pressure, and vice versa. This see- association lias liC'el elldcvolia <.to
saw of ..preistAre has an average period haveo the rolaids of th0 Kiasgdoioi kI'pt
of about four. years or a little less, ln better condtllion, and has bee. atgl-
This and othpr facts that must il- taking for an li'crilise ina the li Uimb"r
fluien.e long-period -forecasting lead of good roads. ,While lPe is1aiun iliae
Sir John to declare that tlhe next tde- rondds have been filirly kept, the gr',at
velopment of weather study. will al- intcrcaset n pllopulatio.n off the old Iallaes.
most .'certainly be In tlhe direction of of travel niecestilotites ilor i' 1 llid bitter
international or world ineteoirnli,,y i',,'s ihlnii (xl :t :t l'C iet' .'l tit ia-al.t
nnd Its real on to aun spots am i titr- It is 1 i:a 'l e la.i 1lit-1 i' e iitt ii .ll' v
reslrlal magnetism veteti I ilan ; it'w t i li4) ., roi' Iol aitail
Ilint ollt i-i, o f i ha' -l li a C 'i' i 'ra 'a io f
The Holy City of Mecra. tistriy thLior I'l l- r' \.-rr Ihllr t an I
A recent w iter on Arabln gives qulle it is iirlipa sibil' f.r t ii Io'|1iiihilh li ofr
a list of adventurous travelers vwhlo tlese seciions to r i.'ii Il? tlowins wlls
have visited the holy city of Meccas, niiy de'grci, of r.aphliiv Thle lloniis
which Is not open to ally but Irte lie- lt.iiirosieil it A.sc_'liti<>ii1 di'lirl's lI
hlevers In Mohammed. lie says:" "'Ie hiaive iia lieo4 -,itrhil niAll a orlly rIr -
can name Italians, Varthemn alnd 'i. anteld, \lihhl-li will l..ivr the lioir oft
stall; Germans, W iVld, eelelln anid Vai hh iiillig n'\V ra-a', !i ;ait l iiipri'ivili,'i li
haltzan; Englishmen, Pilltts. Iiut.ii, old onel it i- litrai>J.-'(l i ato ni( e liei
llenne; a Swiss, Burckhardt; a Spai- 1 tliiiy.' ,'soiuiiils anil ihe Iorouigh (col in-
lard, Badja; a Swede..Wallln; a Dutch- aI ls tio chi'f lill-f autaolitrialf4 for Ihal
man. ftHrgtonje; a Frenchmain, Cour- iaministlriation of ihe hilghlwmy.-. anid
tellemont. Nlebuhr heard of a Freiih it is al'o propoedal that a broad .cherie
surgeon and two Englishmen; Hurtonu of generntl Improvement be piniital,.
quoted an unnamed pilgrim; Doughty irrespective of the selfish dlesirRs of
heard of more than one Frank. and ntiy one plare. Grqnter CO operatimlli
himself met an Italian, calling himself betccen lot-Mal authorities'. thlrougih tlhe
Ferrarl, who was on his way to Mecca I medlun'of iliil nesw nulltority. wunVld
with the Persian haji; Pitts found en renedy the existing evils.
Irlshmanh In the town; Maltzan say It is prioposrel that this new body
that Leon Roches, French consul Il administer a government grant iu i 'd
Tunia, had made the pilgrimage, a s haid of loop rounds snltllble for rapid dirl'-
also an English sailor. Varthenma, Ing around small ton'ns a1-l uIIvlllges.
Wild. Pitte. Seeten, BurckhRrdt. Wal. and also new roads around steep hill'.-
Iln. Burton and Keane visited .Medina his lnewp body would also prescr.he
Ilso." The Dutch Arablat. Snoutck the regulations respecting thie willh
Xurgronja, spent live months In the of roads and the methods of their coll-
1oly city as late as 1886. struction. and blet'rmine the most
economical melhoda of road mallntell-
A O w of Pisaf LLak.t anee nn repair. and act as an adv-is-
lrd Villiere, who Is said to have ory board to the loeal authorities. Oue
brought back with him from Mont* of the main ideas in this new reform
Carlo the useful tun of 40000, is the would be to make the government de
*idet son of the Earl of Jersey, says for highways what it has done for ed-
t London Tatler. Unlike Lord Ross- ucation-thlt is. hold the local author-
yI, lie had no system, but simply. iles responsible for the condition of
backed blh luak. After he had won all the highways within their respec-
ta*800 a fried, who was with him 11- I ve confines.
plor4d him to be oenteat with his win-
n" *mand leave otite OCarlo before the Deebles the Iraft.
lhck turned, but Lord Vllers was ap- A rise In the grade in the road of
0lU al I bttir'j than his Erielisd; one toot in ten doubles the draft. A
at LY ratil reaieon togS fr other rough, soft or sally road increases the
4t l"M 4iltlfag which time he labor of the teem to nearly or qlilet
added his whiaslng. lBlace the same degree, and unolled axles
bis 3tnim 3 ti s 6 iM4SR As res eoi will as effectially double the labor and
1 1n TvtSEe _io :tbnIt 100 ltterf a wearinesS of the animals which pull
dy l lhIttot digelbt 4ee the se. the wagon.
'.; lI1.. flieheqt d.Zindselt uPaumLaa hiSats are

I'h "4 L I 'A l4s I h a" I: taln., -Ua
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IKarly Persm.


The first crop usually planted in the
fairni garden Is one of the earlier var-
leties of peas. On account of ithe hardi-
ness of the plaint no amount of could
weather will do much Injury after the
peas are one up, hbilt sellie planted
S6xtraeiely early a part of the seed will
rot In tthe ground, caiuing c any gaps
in the row. Early In thti season usually
hlere is little nitrogen in the soil anidl
the plants grow very slowly at first.
A little r.ltrite of soda -applied In the
row at the tine-of sowing will. hurry
the grow ti -of peas. T:he market value
of the crop depends largely- upon lie
earliness. Thoe kinds which do not re-
quire. bush ipg are. 'moat popular for
farm ulse. The. late kinds.often do not
produce a crop until warmi weatlief
ronies,. add fd r talit i:eason ar-e often
tittacketd iy blight, which ma y be pre-
vented by spraying with bordeaux
nuixtur 6eatih a 4r a1pl- treed.,
Weints on Caroeof Lambs.
If the lambs are to le. docided this
.work should be done when they- are
about (twe'Weeks did, In order to ac-
coumtpllsh It with thie 'east amount of
latjury. At this age the loss of blood
will be small and the litb will nurse
as well a usual. After they are fully
recovered ',nd are doing wejl on the
mother's milk, beigiln to teach them to.
eat graiin, and this app'ies toh lanibs
that are -iot docked; fot If the ltinb4
hre td Li.bieunht t6 maturity a t'. con.
sequent prodi early they must g.f a
good start. 8ee also that: they are put
on good grass early, for if they have
learned -t eat gral,, though bilut a
i. mall quantity, tihe grass., will help
them. properly to digest the grain. Re-
inember, the quickk grown lamb gives
-just that quality to the meat so much
desired by the consumer, so that every
effort should be made to raise the lamb

Sitalsisis crops For Hogrs.
The hogs of this country are belingr
.ruined by contitnuouss feeding on corn.
lIn some sections to sucli at extent has
this been carried that the uilmails are
betng raised at considerable loss. Hog
raisers isutpld understand that the an-
imais in their care r.eed protein to ob-
tain the best results, Just as much as
cows need protein. If nalfnlan or clov-
er cannot. be grown to advantage, try
cowpeas, or, it. your land is too good
for such ite opi ind yo -Wiant some-I
thin g ot1 Siiiimer feeding which will
supply the needed protein, try Canada
fleld ppeas,. which can, be readily grown
on any good land.
The best plan for raising this crop
Is. to set toe peas at the rate of a peek
an acre, plow them under two of three
inches and sow a mittu're consietling ot-
a peek of oats, a peck of barley and
donethird of a bushel of wheat to the
acre. This will make a good growth
and furnish e*n abundance of food con.
taking protein for summer feeding..
Jirow to sake ia ence.
Will Adams, In Home annd Farm,
gives .the following as a good way to
make a fence: Phist 1 dig the holes
In -sand one rod apart, slxteen inches
lOepl plit Ih post, wL ch It fifty-eight
Inches long, In clay. I sbharpeni the
posts and drive them down, leaving
torty-twd inches out bf the ground..
T'his will takl 320 posts to the mile.
Have a gauge, as shown In picture,
made of three-quarter 'y tV ree by .foi'-
ty-four Inches long, with slats sawed
Lix one side to bold ,\roe in place while
it Is being staple il i pos t. Brace well
the first post and staple.first whir to
it;' then you vIll walint another post i

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brnce about every 100 yards; put the
wire up tight. Borne prefer barbed
wire altogether, but I think to iuse
sonic slick wire makes a better fence
for lite same money.
To uinice a fence thnt will keep cat-
tic, sheep ind goals I luse six strands
or No. 12 slick wire, pnd one strand of
barbed wire, putting thnl, slick wire at
the bottom, and the barbed wire on
top. Put the first wire six Inches
from the ground: ithn next fine wire
five inches apart, and one tarbed wire
tine Inches from the top. Mlick wire
makes a fepce forty Inches high with
seven strands of wire, and requires
hbout 400 pounds of wire to the quar-.
Ietr. ur 1000 pomindls to the mile, at a
cost of about W50 per mile for wire and
rtaples. or about on'-third the cost of
ready woven feneP. Put In stays be-
tween the post out of %o. 20 wireI and
It Il equal to-a post. Cut this small


-5OTION ot VRxWo.
(a) Gauge. (b) Post. e) Wire stay.
wire nup Into pieces f6tty inches long
ad fotI pods wil pat a stay e.
tWs eTr iPoe at. ... .M
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Inserted bands and isotifa are sUl-
the rogne ftr gar'nftur, -.-- 7.-1
Even the simplest oetulukeh tl s ta.
son show an elaborattin of detail ones
considered consistent for only the
dressiest occasions. '
Mitten cuffs formed of lace Insertion
and Jolned to large, puffed upper
sleeves, around which run little frills
or ruches edged with lace are seen aon'
other models.
Inset lace is more difficult to manage
than lace edgings or fillings, and
when Inserted In inthleatea deligns
such trimming requle*p mulc4 ki ll ad I
patience. The stGI mNolfs i
show a pro4lgafty F 1tbis90 t dI'
work, and the effect it chArimg if tl
work Is well done. .
The up-to-date blouse Is very full, but I
drawn In by rave of coVqtd I
In the shape of a'core at j ,
dile. the liSea beltAlglSe kii
Isand slophus down toward the ftrnt 1
The lowest eord comes Just st tb.e "i
waist llie and an s It el i t 0i" 9 pll a
stuff is left below. -
Linen collars are very mubAh Worq
with taller gowns. The most fashion-
able of them Are otlle tu ruvlyt _eg.
to be worn with ribbotk. laemntttinrs
Ing, embroldered dtd ':i1 even bor.
ders of band embroidery are seen on
stliff lnen nowadays. Once or twice
going to the laundry wu'Ally Sfinlasbe
i theln, to they must be r'tprdes a s*
rakuvpigaft. w c. Idi .,
f pgwg at pgeent..,; ''^'

Abyselalan Weomen's Dress.
"For downright gorgeottsness there
Is little that can surpass a familly
party of Abyasinlau women bound
fromb one village to another In festival
tinie, notably about l nster, for the
Abyssinlans are Christians." writes
Mr. Blrdugh tot BranldenTberg, de-scrit
ing the life of the women of ligypt 1it
an artle In Pearsop's.
"A. brilliant, bangleadorned head-
dress is bound .over the' brow and
drawn back.to_ fall down the shoulder.
The upper part of the.-body is. clad its
a blouse of red nand white, literally
covered- with gold and silver orna-
ments. that are halntded down from
genperltlon to- generation. A short
skirt *ii the satnle tyle cotnea below
the knees, and the legs are encased In
br'illiant-colored Strips round tlglitly
about like ptiters, often headed and
&pangled. The feet, usitally bare, -are
varlously adorned with toe-riligs. -alelI
bracelets and other ornaments."

told, merely merely a atte of hi own feel-
itugs, it should stand. Us all In band
to feel as young as we can. Dr. MadJ.
sOi/J. Taylor,. in a recently published
artile, goes into detail somewhat ail;
ventures the- opluion Ithat men do ist
stoop because they are old, but tthat
they are old because they stoop. In
bther vords, d proper- system of exer'
cise, ivhilch keeps the sipper trunca.
muscle$ Ihnd the muscled of the neck
In good order, will also have a benefic-
ial effect upon.the herring, sight, and
cerebratioa. -
Applying the same trule to the other
half of the old saying, which main-
taiss that woman is as old as she looks,
we find a great deal to be said in fa-
vor of judielous exercise as a beauti-
fyink agency. It woman will properly
care for her health of bddy and ilibhd
khe, too, may avoid growing old; at
any rate, she may postpone indefinite-
ly the fears of old age. To the woman
who .has preserved ans attractive aere-
:ntty. of .'eye and -featur by -.right
-thoughts and correct living, old age
has no te.rrpr-nauy way, for what. Is
usually -so deno-innated .is really th'e
crownuiijg glory of lite ",
The' nalli thitg for us all to remem-
her is that we may keep young toi
heart and mind, it -We will, iad, that
Ive owe It to ourselves'to- keep iot Ohil
bur muscles, but also our opinions Ahd
sympathles boyfi pliable and hlaltifu
to the very last. -In thle way w -*all
be counted young, even in the "sear
and yellow leaf' because we have not
Allowed our hearts to begomr crusted
-with age. ;,
SMeother aud Teacher, -
Many mothers watch the departure
of the children every morning for
school with a sigh of relief, and- a
fehing that. for the greater part of the
day their responsibillty in regard to
them has beer transferred to another.
There will bo no childish disputes: to
settle, no hurt flfgers to bind up, no.
faults to correct. But tho mother's
Influence is ilot colnfied to the hotlisi
and it she has the bc-st literdsts, ti
the children at heart she can help thd
teacher In her efforts to drill and train.
then -for future usefulness; says-thd
Ladles' World,
Time child should be taught to obey
the teacher without question. In no
other way can a teacher' maintain the
order that is necessary to produce
good results from her w.rk. Some-
times Johnnle.comes home telling how
severely line las been punished' for a
flight offense. Remember, when pinch
i story comes from the schoolroopm
that you hear only one side of it Alid,
that even adults are likely) to pass-.
over their own wrongdoings when they
ire telling the story to others. I
you are sure -that the -teacher has
tnade a mi8take In correcting a child,
t would be the -worst'thinl you couldl
lo to let him khniow that you thinks o.
If something must be done, go t-to e
teacher kindly and a_ ler about It.
Nine time oiut fC teat- abeawill meet
rou. courteously atnd lv you .,all the
nformatlon. you ,des!ie. We Qftepl
all to understand out' own chlldrn.
low then, can we expect the teacher,
who never saw them before this
rehool term, perhaps, and who has
ronsm hirty to fifty rest e, iis bleyhlv.
tuIe btile one lb he* cLet Inob always
In the best and wsesdt f ilnN' for each

. Seventeen persons In 100 in the State of
Nfew York li-e to be over seventy years of
.nH. ca, 's ios o All, iat lanta ae
the only suocsaslul Dropsy rpeell world. Ib s theIr liberal offer in navaTis4-.
seat ina another column of this aiperr.
A sing'o log of iliahogany often brings a
much a t oa sale.
MrsWlslbw's oeotlilntl yrup for dllidfr,
tathlnasofteB the mims, rEneees fullamrmi.a
lIon, allays pfn,oures wind oollo. o.4botg:
The coldest i yin tbh world in Yilkutak,
in asern ber
IamisuWise'sOura tor ouneainpvtoasivel
my llfif three y w agoo-.a., TfoWN sot-.
Iws, Maple 1 it,. iorwictl, N.y.. Fb. ?, 1007. ,
There re sinmelt Ihln l1000 widows lil

Pr. ~ I at"ggdy Neb sum rdal.

The Littkwll a wi~b"n

eno parts of the wli" i0V
Indla, they are taught to tW 4
ha.e actually made thiwelvsh a catt
Indispensable In thl homlas f. the
wealthy. The Malabar m uakr a. 1
the fine species known as the langiur.
It la very warm In Ma.labar, and there
to a fan called the punka, .wiboh used
to be kept in motion by. lava. It
required a slave to work each pDunkl.
but now every punks in Malabar Is
worked by a mohikey. It was a n Bug
lith officer who conceived thl Idea
-of making the langur rsWti' tbiat
manner.- The fan tos a moabil efrtipi
covered with canvas and uuvDa940d
from the selling. The motion. la
caued by pulling a car4d The o oLr
tied the hands of the laaguir to eon
of. the oords and tliei by mseata off
another cord put the BmachIne In mMo-
tlon.-. Of course the monkeyS bands
went up and down, and the animal
wonder4 what kind of at gamte -was
being played,. Then th" dtcet petted
Its -head and fed it with candy. tll
soop the langur thought it fine fun to
work th*e punka. lthe experiment was
tuacessful, and. now thosaanda of
monkeys are In harness; "

S Czar and Fisherman.
A Iussian peasant has Jiust sent 200
doubles to the Csai, accompanied by
the following letter:%.
S"TTo .our most glorious autocrat and
magnanimous Czar-Bmperor and
-father, Nicholas Alexandrovtoh.-
. "I pray you mo0t humbly .t. accept
from me, your slave agid. tsheranan
Vassill, 100 roubles for the fleot. and
100 roubled for the sBck and wounded,
dr to dispose of as you iee- beast
"Accept thsam atnd use theta at-lloed,
and pray yout, by the grace of God,
pardon your slave and fsherman Va.s-
"I am yours absolutely, body aud
soul. /
"-The tomb of my life is in the gov-
erment of Vladimir, district of Mou-
r6me. '-Formerly I was a. peasant at
Bagration, and today I belong to you,
Nicholes Alexapdrovltch, our grand-
father arid Csar."-London Newd.'

A Prze.-.

A Household Remedy
i i "' "l. 1 A iiat "i to-.
o r P ,I'

BLOOD |nU A ON, t.idMI
i Pk A I l I j / I oeh r u p th e y il em
A L r e f.l e '* ei s en -
---y .KHrti,^ wh i=npgerGo
e me. m a s e It s
fie Tenle. sid its almost supesrntturel hemllin
peo p sretld ta ltl hi i t d l r o
aIt bleed dsilal, If dlrt ellt i a followed.
rrace, 1 lr ne Botle. or Botles for .,
OPUlil r r nniOP Ir lN yOtp IrUL OlIRMS,
ENT F RE risahe lh stilolth lBfimnihlon.

fn a o, t .. '
arls. isthli iiftcrliptlm to lith msiA 4
gry of a brave St. Jiernardi "*He saved
the lives of forty per'sen and was
killed by Ilihe a orly.flrt."
Caturrh Cannol Ito ('tired
-Wt;tr mao C APPLirATIflN, /II they cannot
rLeacd t'e jt of tilo dise ase. ('atarrhm Is a
0loo4 or'tleit utloqnl dispaase, nnd in order
tu aueo it ye'tUsl take inttarinl remedies.
Hall's Cat*rh (hire is tens luterally, ndl
acts ditrBly oabebloodand munouseiirfaee
Hall's Catarrhb Cure i t a qusak medicineo.
It wea presriibed by one of the beat pibyl.
elae In this country for years., ad Is a reg-
tilWr prescrliptlon. Ir t i coMposed of the
best toniea known, combined with the be-st
blood purifiers, acting directly oa the niti-
ooua surtares. The perfesit comtbiaationu of
the two ingredients % what produces cuch
wonderful results In isring catlrt., beind
Lo etle _m..on l.sls. free.
7f. J. MY aii & L-... Piaoqq., Toledo, 0.
Sold bydru ll tf,, .price.. 7%. .
Take Wa.I's. familyy Pil, f.,r ennlaipation
One morning roinr-yenit old Mturgle
liad pancakes and syrupl fur breakfast.
After she bad eaten Ibe cakes there
'was some syrup left on her plate(. anlad
she sald: "'Mamma, please give mLe a
spoon; my fork leakss"

Odors of Pareplratton
Removed at oase from the a'mplts, feet,
btt., by TrIos. foor Wisu. Stop$ Chaflng,
r'nresa weiattng, burning, Swolilen, Tired
Feet. 2&k at rnirgglts,t or postpaid from
EATros litin. (ro Atlanta, OIL. Money back
If ont sitiStlsli.I. ainnple for 2o stamp.

Chlnese Record of Flood.
According to Clinoeso annals the
earthb. In couueqtxence nf the extreme
ivickedness of Its Inhabitants, was do-
otroyed by a delngo In tIhe r.:ign of
i0aou, B. C. 21157. This <(ate tnenrty
correspond with that at which, ac.
cotdlliti tO our .lhronologay, the Noah-
elan delure took place. ayld many have
come to tht conclusion that It is
Identical with the d'lugs, referred to
In thed Hebrew Scriptumeu.
nev. siamn P. Jones.
The famous Method'at Evangelist say;i
"My wife, who was inm valid from ner-
vous pick h lalahe, base been entirely ouned
lby six weeks' use of King's Royal Oermn-
tler. I wish every sufferlug wife had aeoess
to that nmdiline. It Is truly a gLrest rem-
ly." For free booklet write Germetuer
Mndloal Co., Dept. 0., tarnesfvlle, Ga.

lrs. Tufty-Didn't Mrs. Green leave
her rard?
The New Maid-Yea'm, sl*. let' It,
ail' I had to chase her two blocks to
give It back to her.-Cleveland Plain
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The only son had just announced to
the family bin s engagement.
Momter-.-What, that girl! Why,
bhe squints. -
St.ter-She has absolutely no style.
Asintle-Redheaded, aln't she?
irandroia-I'a afeeredh she'. flighty.
SUndle--Shel hasn't sayi money;
lit'st ituasiti Jim-She doesn'tt look
SSecond cousin Janie-hb's stuck tip.t
Third Coustiln Jezebel-R-he'a an.ex-
traviagant thing.
. The Son (thoughtfully).-Well. she's
got one redeeming feature, anyhow.
SChorus-What's that? -
The Bon-She hasn't a relative on
earth. -
Poppabr-Qrab her, my boy; grab her.
-Pittsburg Post.

S A PIlar lt Norway;
Close to tbe vold Auvl4dnaaey church
'on Karpeon Island, Norway, and lean.
ing toward it is a stone pillatr .About
tweAty-flve ftet high called the "Vir-
Ain Mary's Needle." Tradition Oldss
that when" the- pil|l.r toucheiu th'e
church the world I41 come to an end..
. The superattit-ous local preacher whun-
bver he imagines that its get-
ting bearer to the sacred buildidi
mounts wthe -pillar, it 'la said, and
chisels a bit off the top to as to save
thw world from an untimely end.

FITRapermanentlvoaureil. No fituorns- room-
ine" after flr:t day's use of Dr. Kline's ireat
lNervelletorer,t9ttriall botl tad t reaillse frne
Dr. II. H. Kl.ia. ,Ltd., 081 Arch i t., iails., l'.4
The Rotathern States are producing ball
the lumber eut in Anmerila.
Ask roear Uselse* VIe.' lllei ..'i tleti
A powder. It rests the feot. Cures Corns,
Bunion%.-,v-te'le-, ir, -I: ,ll loie,Aole m .
Swestlial Feet and Inntrowang Walls. Alien's
?oot-Riasein'maktestieWortlilht lsoeseasor, At
all Druggists and Shoe stores, S cointi Ae*
s eDpt no auhtieute., nbmpla euailed aski.
Address, Alloen R. Ominted, Loelloy, It., V.

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These ho ar asoeuatiad b
D. O. iOODWIN, to reading the headlines in the
Editor and Proprietor, daily papers and believing that they
S---- get the gist of what follows are
tdApril23, 1903, at Gaineaville, subject to be mistaken. In Wednes-
,as second-class matter, under Act of day'a Metropolis the followtng
Srass of March 3, 1879. "scare" headline appeared:
Severe Tuesay an day, "Next Governor Takes. Water.'!
year aTuesday and Friday Whe uwe read the headline W
so Cents for Six Months, wondered if Mr. arowardi ,
a5 Cents for Three Months. "craw-fishing' '-going .m 4) or
ADVERTISING RATES. backing down from soMit -ptopaise
Loca Readers in brevere type, 5 cents or commendable aUtot -o r ha.-
Hle for each Insertion. ing so often 'seen the term "take
.',pace for display advertisements priced water" used tp show how some feI-
~; application. low "showed the white feather."

' tc editor is not responsible for the
vlews of correspondents or others con-
tributing to his columns.

4 United States Senator
S James P. Taliaferro.-
Member Congress, 2nd District
Frank Clark.
Presidential Electors
H. P. Bailey,
S T. A. Jennings,
C. B. Koonce,
'V. A. B. Newton,
F. B. Stoneman.
Napolean B. Broward.
Secretary of State
S H. Clay Crawford.
William H. Ellis.
A. C. Crooiu.
tate Treasurer
William V. Knott.
Sa' 8uferintendent Public Instruction
'W. M. Holloway.
Commissioner of Agriculture
B. E. McLin.
itailroad Commissioner
John L. Morgan,
'Justice Supreme Court-Six Years
S R., FenWick Taylor.
Juslk Supreme Court
Robert 8. Cockerell,
SThomas S. Shackleford,
SJ.'B. Whitfield.
,..'C OUNTY.
A. ARobrough,
rQ. M. illman.
G : M~o..

ireuit Court
Mf. Wienges.


iW. D. Dickinsou.
rintendent Public Instruction
Dr. J. L. Kelley.
5t Treasurer
H. Robertson.
ty Surveyor
a $Imes Croxton.
a County Commissioners
ST. 'G. Dampier,
J. G. Osteen,
C. Pedrick,
F. F. Paulling,
J. P. Townsend.
itor Member of School Board
T. A. 'Doke,
-, W. J. Martin,
R. B. Weeks.

"Wonder who is paying Major
&ta to keep up his harping
S-tmraud in the recent primarlep?
Russians say the Japs. are
Ous. Doubtless the Japs
return the compliment (?)
out falsifying.
Il have quit asking if dosing
cons hurt business in Gaines-
1bttt are having much to say
t 'ow business has improved.
.delegates to the national
te'convention cheered en.
tly when the name .ol
t Clevelaqd was mentioned al

Illadies and children attend-
t fourth of July celebration
te1at Monday who would not
." conte bad there been saloons
Wf'igh b springs friends are
ng to put the big pot in toe
one on Labor Day, Sept. 5.
are to have a big barbecue
Epnte big speakers.
it say the presence of sa,
large crowds to town?
spy -that the largeai
Masembled in this
Ia Monday, and
'bhe,. either.

Sage or '
erg to t
bis bearil
r".the suap

or "e-ouidu'-t-face- the music,' the-
term "Next Governor Takes.
Water" didn't sound very pleasing
to us. But by reading the article
we learned that Florida's next Gov-
ernor had drank water instead of
wine at the banquet given in his
honor ill Tampa, on the evening
of July the 4th. And then we felt
glad and sorry too-glad that the
Governor-to-be, by refusing to
drink wine at the banquet had set
a worthy example that will re."
dound to the honor of himself and
the State, and live long. after hin
body inhabits the silent tomb, and
sorry that we allowed ourself to
lear even for a moment that Brow-.
ard had stumbled. Hurrah for our
wine discarding Governor-to-be I
An authoritative list of the slr-
viving generals of the- Southern
Confederacy is furnished by GnU
eral Marcus J. Wright, a Confede-
rate veteran, employed by the war
department.. All the full -rank
generals bad died in 1808, wheb
Beauregard passed sway. There
are now four surviving lieutenant
geoerale-Simon B.. Buckaert,
Stephen D. Lee, Alexander P.
Stewart and Joseph WI~taler. -01
major geneals there eleven .sad
of brigdil!r enerals ifty-oune Thi
turvig' statf oSeers of the Con-
federacy shrunk one-half in num-
ber during the past decade and
their disappearance has now become
very rapid.-Daily Capital.
Tom F. McBeath, president o
the Florida Press Association Is au
thority for the statement that at th(
recent smoker tendered the asmocia
tiou by the local press of Jackson-
ville, at least nine-tenths of the ed
itors drank to the toasts in water,
' and at the close of the banquet ovel
five-sixths of the glasses 'of cock
tails and wine stood untouched-in
fact of all the over fifty editors
present not over four touched a
drop of either cocktail or wine. We
have heard much of the education
and moral growth'of Florida for the
past few years; perbsaps here is one
of the secrets. All honor to the
Florida press.

SThe Populist National Conven-
tion nominated Hon. Thos. E
Watson, of Georgia, for president
and Thos. H. Tibbles, of Nebraska
for vice-president. The convention
was held in Springfield, Ill., lasi
Tuesday. Nominee Watson is oti
of the brainiest, and we believe owt
of the beqt men in the country, and
it is a pity that he seems unable t1
affiliate with some party that could
elect him to some important poQ

Gainesville's new Board of Trado
is already giving prooln of goOs
things to comn. The iuemhb is
is composed of many of otr heal
and most enterprising cttigte
and businem men, and Prealdtu
Robinsan and Secretary I anmpte
are competent and enthusfasete of
fielals, while a spirit bf harmony
and enthusiastld enterprise seemu
to prevail among the entire mem-
bership of the board.
a Oainesvillhe ieehata are doing
well. Only a few of them hart
sense and enterprise enough t(
cause them to advwtie. but nsapito
of thits fit tbhey ar doing well
The county i tsuraRly prosperous
and, laein the seas we doeedI
the volume ofl liinmate trade ha
Increased woniuUlly, and, o
course, all roaN lead. to alnville
M, .., n, a
The Wifll cowtat alp

tomea i Wiglt.
rwsopa '

t0b Christ*s ~I
very valuable thbig h Abe
there are a any Op el t
'aIsl. Weold there ba- coue-
felt. money If ..there' tone of the
genuine Udtloe, or, .it'"the genuine
w6nuot 4eohrable? Certainly not,and
itW4eith outld there be any counter-
fit .Christians (hypocrites) if there
were no genuine Christians. and' if
the genuine were not both desirable
and valuable. So let him who #nds
pleasure in po ating bot counterfelt
Christiana (hvpocrhtes) remember
that his discovery, of the counterfeit
proven the eixiitanc.te of the
genuine ooevelt his head to
When Roosevelt sets his head to








los. Napoleon Bonaparte Brow-
ard, Florida's next Governor, was
the guest of honor at the big Fourth
ot July celebration in Tampa. and
bla splendid speech, and refusal to
to drink wid aet the banquet made
Ivey true Floridlaq paoi4 of him.
Aerall thet .ls been sajd pro
snd con boat Mr. toosevelt's
i'negro polley." we a inclined to
the opinion that bI thinks almost
as well of a few of the white people
of the South as he does of most of
the Southern negroes.

What the next Florida Legislture
will do about passing a vagrant law
rmilaI 9 Jqp smen, but-we are sure
that somal kind a aT,,Vnt law is
badly needed, anbd bel tl n4 e4
will, in some way be supplied.

Parents desiring to sloate where
ii4tt aal facilitis are the best to
be hbad hould come to Galnesaville.
,. 4 .''".1i .T Te"A -'O A w .. .
.ie.. ~ ,. f 3cr|, fras -

to '
is not 'tb



W. TI. Thon

Livery, Feed and Sale

Call on me when you want t

Horses, Mules, Buggies.,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
Saddles, etc.


do a thing he "stands pat," and
this is a good quality, that the Pres-
ident possesses, but where the
trouble comes in be sets his head
to do so many things that any de-
cent man ought to be ashamed to
do, and thereby forces many peo-.
ple to feel rather irreligious when
they think on some of his devilish
Auditor Godwin, of the Gaines-
ville Star, still gives his moral lec-
tures to the members of the press.
Godwin should take something for
it.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
It is amusing to see how it riles-
the Metropolis editors fur a brother
editor to advocate morality. They
seem to feel called upon to try evt-ry
cap we hand out right on their own
little noggins." It's a pity they
drink so.
Bro. Carpenter sends us a strong
exposition of the blessings under
local option in Alachua county.
We are sorry that the congested
condition- of our columns makes it
necesary for Iris paper to go over
to next week. In the meantime
f look out for something "good to
edifying."-Florida Christian Ad-
- vocate, June 28.
The hotel and boarding house
I people say they fed more people
here last Monday than they ever
fed here in one day before. There
were thousands of people here,
f there were no saloons, and conse-
- quently no drunk people. Having
e to spend no money for whiskey
- they had more to spend for food.
We are delighted to know that
some of Captain Brownrd's former
r friends(?) who feared if he should
become Governor he aoul l siu so i-
ceed .In getting himself anid family
s into Tallahasee i.o-o-l'e.t-y. hsve
found that the lroward family
; visited Tallalinav e, and are "quite
popular iu the Capital City."
The Bible Conference and Clia-
tatiqus, here the latter part of last
winter was the biggest thing of the
kind that aver name to Qainesville,
but the next one, to be the coming
- winter will be a much grander
Sffair than was the other one, and
, will bring many visitors to Gaines-
, ville.
t The difference between the most
learned and thbt moet ignorant is,
Perhaps, much leas thi a we have
i accustomed ourselves to believe.
SThe wisest know little beyond -the
1 bare fact that they know compara-
tively pothing.-Plorida School

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Robt. McClellan,


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


Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.

Choice of Two Through Car Lines


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

$44, 1 0 1 $36.80
On sale daily, Qood till pecem- On sale daily. Good sixty d'vys.
ber 'S. 22.35

2 .Q65 On TLjue 9.I 4, 11fi, 21, 23l, 28
2 Q6, and 30. Good ten days and in
On sale daily. Good fifteen days. coaches only.
For reaervations and information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write
.ddrea: FRANK C. BOVIYTON, Com'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass. Agt.,
138 W. Iay St., Astor Building, Jacksonmille, Fla '
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ag* ni on,*io : -.. Wilningtot., N. C.

Subscription to the
Twice-A-Week Star.

Galnesvillc. .n Florida.
Opposite Brown House.
Phone No. 97.-'

T. F. Thomas


U..W3 Wf Iox .

Petuesa atteatioa to all
ae,, r ip this nie. Mail

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Office III Miller's Law EIc'ianige.

'orcelain Inlay work and the r,-guila.
tion of teeth specialties. office in Ml-
ler's Lsw Exchange. with Ir G. I.
Thion, Oainesville, Fla.

T our (Chickens E.ggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinda of Country Pro-

ffigheft Prines for Coun-
r, pr" 4dl-, anid fell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

S.Us -when. you want Sta-
FanCy Gr ceries.

,'T ." "":'t" 4 ,V K...

Have "

i Stock, and are constant
Vag "ip'-to-date" Shoes
Women and Children, a
prices and of the best ma


particular attention to th
"lirockport" and Mens "i
ica" and "Walk Over" g

J. D. Mathe

L8tiU.1 !01,8. l
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..i--i -DEALRS IN-' '

Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus Leather in
Strips or Sides. Manufacturers of the JAMES DOIG" IMPROVI,

l receiv- i
for' Men,
t popular i"
ikes. $

ie Ladies I

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Tran Nu. 3.1, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman a ileepers between
lampa, Jacksonville and New Vork. via Richmond and Wsmnlngton, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service fro011 Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seahoartl Mail, day coaches, iall, baggage and express cars between
Jalcksonville and Washington, and drawing room uPuman sleepers between Taulm,
Jacksonville and New V ork.
No. 55 connects t' Stark for'LaCrosse. ilachua. Wilifo4l Woaawe pad illt.r-
nueliate poi~ta, and at Archer with Uarly 4ird brancI,
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper ltetwien New (len 3and acksonIp.
Steamers for hey Wet andl Hja'ana.- L'-ave port Tampa & ndays. Tesdays .a"d
Thursday, I I 15 I -.p. in.
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All Amer- 4* m
;rades. THE STARI

son, aIT E ST R4
sinill, F l
FIB HIS PAPER is published in the inter-

m* N41 est of the Moral, Business 'ad Politica In-
I terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
s ~Florida, and in the financial interests of its
S editor and proprietor.
THE STAR is the PEoPLiE's paper, \
S UItablesi and will advocate such candidates for office

to buy t as the editor conscientiously believes are the
I people's best friends when principle, experi \
ence and ability are all considered, and, \
while friendly suggestions are always wel- +
comed, the policy of THHE STAR will be con- 0
i trol'ed only by its editor and proprietor.
[.I. SLND US ONE DOi.I.AR and receive
for twelve Imonths

AS, r i T STA ,

Florida. t D. E. GODWIN, Editor,
SOGainesville, 9 Florida. ,


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