The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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I INISTERS Two Southern Authors Are to Be
Department of Education,
P.ACT State of Florida,
h.'.a_ lallahasbee, Ila., July 5, 1904.
S..' I h Athought of basing thle September,
Referred Matter Of Holley's Ap- ,exatiutlatioli on. the same texts used in
picion to Jacksonville. Jue, but heiiig desirous before retiring
.. from office, of substituting two up-to-date
texts for two having bec#omne soniewbat
t "in :I "+. : antitlnated, and of recognihing two South-
THINKS JACKSONVILLE H ASTY ern authors. one of them an educator of
'". -. Florida, I name the texts below as the
basis for the September exanination-
Asks the iPrst Baptist Church those having procured or studied the old
There to Reconsider Its text, need not be discomfitted since the
difference in books will not be great
Former Action. enough to affect their examination.on the.
SixteeSn of the twenty-five Itaptist miii subjects wherein change has been made: 9
sisters who were asked to join in a couni- Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons
c.il of muuisters at the First Haptist (25 cents), by. fMtiynard, Merrill aid Co., p
Church, this city last Tuesday night for! New York.
the purpose offinveStigating .the conduct RI leading -Any standard Author will
of Rev,J. B.-Holley, who was expelled answer.
.from the First Baptist Church of Jacksoj- Conposition- lutler's School English
ville a few weeks ago as a result of a diti- (7S cents), by American ]-ook Co., New
city between'riipCelf and Rev. W. A. York or Atlanta.
Ilobeon, pastor of the church; and also Arithmietic--Milne's Standard (65
to nlvestti~ the action of he FirsCt 1iap- cents), by American Hook Co.
tist Church of Jacksonville in withdraw- Fnglish (ranmar-Metcalf's (6ocents).
iig fellowship from Rev. Ilolley, went by American Book Co.
into an executive session here Tuesday 1'. S.- istory-Field's Grammar School
,night which Continued until midnight, $1), by American Book Co.
A curoi tap blic would have been glal. Florid(a listory-Gree'a'sor PFirbank.a
to have beer present during the meeting ($1.25), by H. and W, B. Drew, Jackson-
btIt it was thought best'by the niniiisters vlle Fla- .
to exclude fr piJlace of meeting all whio Geography-Redway's Natural 4A&.
ad business ee and o vanced (i 25), by Americau Book Co.
we have no report of the meeting except I'hysxology-Colema. '. Elements of
that furnished by the chairman, which (9ocents), by the MacmillanCo. Atlanta,
is as followst Civil Governmertt in -Florida-7 Yocum's
"s stT OF Pas-ir (50o cents), by E. 0 Painter and Co., De-
N .. 0 d, P AS Ta.. .-V" "R l la.
At the request of the Gainesville lHipti:st Algebra-White's School (01) by. the "
Church a presbytery coutposed uf. the Americani Book Co.
followingbretheren viz:. I,. 1). tGigcr, iiyscal Geography-Tarr's New ($1),
G. T. Leitner, W. G. I'attersno, M. M. t)y Macmillan Co., Atlanta.
Wamtboldt, F. W. Cramer, ( J. Frier, J. Theory and Practice--McMurray's.
C. Oates, J. H. Morris, Wim. Stone, C. II. 'Te Method of Recitation (90o cents), by
Nash, A. J. Reamy,- F. A. Hi-ltzhat1'e, the Macniitlat Co., Atlianta..
R. T. Cadden, VW C. Foster, S. t. Ro- These books may be. had of most book
ers, L A. Cooper inet with the CLhurch dealer in tthr State, or from the publish.
at Gainesville, Florida, July 12tlh, to er. by mail post paid onm receiyt of the
advise. them what steps to take withl.r- pri'. .
ferentceto'the application for membilerslhiip Respectfully,
of Rev. J. B. Holley who had rec e tl- \., Y. SgttATS.
been excluded from the lFirst lititi t State tiupt Pub. Instruction. .1
Church of Jacksonville, Fla.
At eight o'clock P..M. we were c-l'.t-, Cattle Shipped to Cuba.
to order by Bro. S. 1I. Rogers, ptsior of ,
the Gainehville Church. Ct James McKay .of Tmpa,
.ro. C. H. Nae was calk.ld 1p>n t -w.,, for to mtoniths"p ast, has bien.
Na lalt. in,l cattle here. anid elsewhere and
lead us o inpraer. il -l.tIip.ig tlem to .Cuba, kindly furnishes
Upon motion of Iro. W. (. l. ri, i with e,. following detailed
terson, Bro. S. B .Rogers was !-c. th e followingetaed
chairman, and Bro. L. A. Cooper, cle k. r iiic,, litt t ale fro t i'uta
It was then decided to hear all of the r a o ;.r the7 cattle:
evidence opon which the Jack-on- lr N,>. Cattle: Ant. Paid.
Church based its action, 1,956
A letter whtch.the Gaines"vi t \;e .. 7e0 .. u O'9h6
had written to the Church at Jac'K 5 11' ill 2 a 720...... ',637
and also the reply. received *' \ ,
read. 6 ,\ i 0 ... 6 4,. ... ( o,-99 +
Onl motion of Bro Cramer ti e ilee .10
was tlhen presented to the body. j1timc 1 6. 67..... $10,152
r.-The report of the I)eacon of Ile J, n 67 ..... $o.,752
Jacksonville Church. :t'lu .... ,93t $76,512
2-The minority report from DacMton T'hins the cattleowtiers of this county
N. C. Wamboldt. | ihave rcceived trorl Capt. McKay alone.
S3.-A letter frontm Mr. \Vomlbohlt x- tihe sium of $76,512. They have sold also
plaining the minority report. to Capt. W. H. Towles and other dealers
-1.-1Mr. McMillan's stateinelt. a large trinrlter of cattle,.which havebeen
5.--Bro. Holley's statement. shipped out chiefly through P'unta Rassa.
6 -Bro, Holley's overatures aild re -l'it-a C (;orda, le.rald.
plies to and treatment of theu.
After considerable discussiori as to the
Scriptnraisess of the mode of procedure Tobacco .
and subsequent action of the Jacksonville IL is estimated that about ao per cent.
church the 10lowing" motion by iro. of the young tmen who recently applied
(leiger prevailed--Bro. Oates voting nay. to enter the Naval Academy have failed
"Whereas, It seems to this body after in the physical test and the failure was
hearing testimony- froin the Frst Baptist largely due to the.use of tobacco, reault-
Church-of-' Jacksonville and J. B Holley ig in the irregular beating of the-heart.
that the said church in withdrawing fel- Nowadays physicians speak of "the to-
lowship from .- Holley has acted has- bacco heart," a trouble caused by the ex-
ily, and without due- regard to Baptist cessive iuse of the weed When the
custom in-dealing -with ministers of the smokerr develops into a "cigarette fiend"
gospel, therefore the services of a physician are necessary,
"'Reolvd, .That we advise the-Frst but before this point is .reached the heart
LaplistChutrch ot OGneaville to refer the may be pettamanetitly itjuredl.-lattallntoe
matter back to the First Baptist Church Herald.
of Jacksonville with the fraternal and af-
fectionate request that the said church re- larrted At Alachua*.
consider its action in withdrawing fellow- M. A. L. Thomas and Miss Bessie
shipfrom thme said ]; B. Hblley and give Nash, apopularyoutg coupleofAlachus,
Shimr the usual benefit of a mutual cotm- were united in marriage in that thriving
ci by his fellow ministers." little city on Thursday of last week.
L. A. Coop a, & B. RoGERS, We are informed that the marriage was.
Secretary Chairman- rat-her on the -'sly" the parenitakiowlng
S v. ,.t t.i nothing of the young people's intentions
Baptist,' Methodist, Presbyterian. until after the knot bad been tied.
The Baptist, Methodist and tPresbyte- May Mr. and Mrs. Thnmas live long.
rans of this city will hold mion services ani enjoy their married life to the fullest
every sunday night from now until the and most perfect extent.
last Sunday in Septembdr, to all ol which
services the public is cordially invited.. nlarrled in Oregon.

July 17, at Presbyterlan church, Rev. Parties in this city have received in-
W. J. Carpenter, ofithe Methodist church, formation from Heppner, Oregon, to the
July 24, at aptist- church, Rev. W. [. effect that Bert Sigsbee, who was a
Carpenter, of the AMltaodist church. well known and very popular young man
-July 31, at Me3todlt chturph, Rev. T. of this city up to a few years ago when
P. flay, of the P~ ia church. he went West, has been united in mar-
August 7, at P ii en church, Rev, riage to Miss Sadie MbcArtey, at Heppper.
l. Rogers, .of t BTih church. The happy young couple has the best
August 4, t t ,rh, Rev. T. wishes of the people of Gaineaville.
P. lay, f the s hrch. .
4ugust at: lfirabL Rev.
,ii... -eal Etstate.
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J- trpOw 'erms, n.you a-buyer.
StPtemb* 1 FJ
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Alton Brooks Parker. WILL PLACE FOUNTAIN.
An elchlige Rives tile following ilnfor The Woman's Christian Temperanco
natiomi about the Democraticu nominee OUnon Ladles'a Good Work.
ftorit is i ortlatu N .. i 185." At the regular meeting of the Vonman's
fEducated in the public schools and at Christian Temperance Union, -whose
Fcaet te public schools member. are ever alive to the beat inter-
the Cortland academy. .
Taught school while studying-law and I e o rapidly n
adnatedfro:te Albany 'law school 'subject it regard to placing a drinking
graduated fromnthe Albany "law school. o r ;,
. First pnilte oftfce was thAt of surrogate foumtain on the public square was again
of Ustpter counl ty. ... taken up. and it was tttaillotuusily agreed
Maa Ulster cou ty. emocrati ipaig tthat it would be of great benefit to our
Manage democrat campaign nt y. A committee was appointed tocon-
wich Dvil B. a ofer with the city council in regard to tihe
governor o New ortek.nant atter, and we feel sure that every citi-
lzen will be milterested in the enterprise-
governor.lh 1883 and 1885. it will be appreciated by our children.
Appqiuted Justice of the supreme court irs. Dye was appointed superinten-
Delied 1886 nomnaton for lent of "Loyal Temperance legion"
Declined Democratic nomination for work, and will meet the children at the
governor i 11stice of te cort p- Reading Room Wednesday, July to, at.
Elected chief.justice of tle court ofnp. o c i t afernoon.
ais of New York i 1897.4o'clock in the afternoon
p .. . _. 7- SUPT.P O .

Lives in Esopus, hear Kingston, on
the Hudson- .
Married M*liss M\ary L_. Shoemaker
early in his career.
Famnil---oie.daughter, married to Rev.
Charles M. Hall of Kingston.

The Peuallar Oagaget -Wa ter.
There tI a clentlflc basis for the unl-
versal fatth--uaually called superstl-
tion-amoug lindooa n the cleansing
qualitibe of the Gangaes as well as in its
peculiar sanctity. Careft.l experiments
has shown that the river possesses ex-
traordinary and Inexplicable antiseptio
properties. A government analyst took
water from the main sewer pf Bepares
which contained millions of cholera
germs. When emptied tao a .recepta-
cle of Ganges water in six hours they
were a1 .dead. He took undeniably
puro water ai4 threw a few of these
cholera germs in. They propagated
and swarmed. These tests were tried
repeatedly. -
ULtv.e 3.5" Beor At>Iwatimrs.
The negroes of Jamaica, In the Brit-
Ish :West Indles, use "'Hve bait" to
catch alligators. They tie A puppy to a
tree near the alligator's haUnt and
await developments with a gun. The
puppy's yelp Is exactly like the bark of
the baby alligatOr. Naturally Mrs. Al-
ligator. comos oUt of heot mudhole In
the lagoon, thinking somebody is trou-
bling her ofsprifg. Theon the negro
gets to wo t with bsa gun, and Mr. Al-
ligator fatells a vctim to her mantermal
affection. .
.. .. ama Id -om .
-,"Gteenlee says 'that when hb was
abroad be courted a Serian irl."
"Custom any different from ourn r
"I -uesas not. Orenlete says wheb he
called .-on her they usuallyy at vis-a.
vis.' + .
"I don't believe a word that Greenlee
"Why not?*'
"There's no such expression as TO-a-
via in the Servian language. Itrs vitbch
a-vitebh I-Cleveland Plait Dealer.
w- hat, He Tookl He rer.
"Whatl Marry youth" shorted the
fiery tempered- maiden, "Hu I What
do yot take. me for'
"or tlbette r .or worse," he replied
promptly. +*o they were -married and
lived unbapUily ever after, for, alas,
the was wore than he took her for.
A Dstiaptles.
"I dislike so much to be called a 'po-
etes,' said a young woman who s oe-
ttmes wrote verses for publiesati. -
"Perhaps," suggested ber matter of
fact brother, "If you will wtlte a Utde
better quality of poetry people will eam
you a poet."
rep companyr V**e
Visitor (during temporary absenes of
hostees)-What beaultual teeth your
mamma has, Tommy.
Tommy-Tet'm; she never wear that
set 'cept when she has calleMr-Balltl-
more American.-

The Doctor-You would have an at-
tack of brain fever but for one thing.
Impatient Patient-And What'p -Ihat
The Doctor-The faet that nStaf
made you an Immune from that pR-
ticular variety of fever--BaltbilMB
A wL iass A5a1 .
Btlson--msoon seem to be deveWit
to-bis wife.
Timeon--No wonder she la the. l
angelic esature I ever saw.
believe sel eQuld even ap
new TYor W -e .

Of the Wouman's Foreign Missionary
Society of KavanWgh Memorial Church
of Gainesville, Florida, upon thle death
of Mrs. W. R. Phifer:
Whereas, It has pleased our Hleavenly
Father to call to Himself our friend amid
beloved sister, Mrs. WV. B. P'hifer; There-
fore be it
Resolved, Ry the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society of Kavanaugh Me-
morial Church Gainesville, Florida, that
in the death of Mrs. Phifer our society
has lost a faithful, and earnest worker,
the church an exemplary member and
the community a type of noble woman-
hood; and while we bow in humble sub-
mission to the dispensation of Divinp
Providence that has removed her from
us, we deeply feel our loss and nilsa her
more than words can express.
Resolved, That to the family and kin-
dred we extend our sincere and heart-
felt sympathy.
Resolved, further, that we furnish a
copy of these resolutions to the family,
also to The Florida Christian Advocate,
Gainesville Sun and Gainesville STAR
for publication, also that a copy be spread
upon a page of our minutes.
Respectfully submitted,
Mrs. T. F. McBeathi,
Miss Ida Bond;
Mrs. C. W. Chase.

Commiblomer'. fleeting.
The Board or County commissionerss
was in session yesterday for the purpose
of equalizing taxes. There were present
T. P. Thomas, chairman; B. L. Johuson,
P. 0. Ramsmy and T. C. Bryant,
There was no special business before
the board except that above mentioned.
-- -
H. Needled osaethlmb
"Tom need a rest."
"But I haven't done- any work for
years, doctor."
"Then you need a change."--Oleve-
Innd Plain Dealer.

It's a wise man who knows when the
past Is past.

It you would tear nothing thanJ that
all things are to be feared.'t e a

Try Pagan's market for best meats.
Attorney Fred Bayer visited Ocala on
professional business Tuesday.
Ift yo want to buy, rent or sell a
hose-be oyra. ,
J. 0. Newberty, of High Spriugs. was
transacting business in the city yesterday.
J. 8. Peace, of Micanopy, was traqs-
acting business In Galnesville Wadnes-
day. *
Mrs. Luln Moody has returned from a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Perry, at High-
Hon. W. Aj. Strickland, of pardise, was
transacting business in- the ."Oak City"
Albert Daughtry, of Alachua was In the
city Tuesday on baslneas with County
Judge Mason.
Capt. H. C. Parker. one of. LaCaeesos
up-to-dma merchants wpm In the Central
City Tuesday,
Mr. J. I .Griffin. a prosperous farser
citizen of Jonesville, was in the city, on
business Tuesday.

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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 materials used and you will..
not grumble at the prices either.

I C. Stvens,

Si h S* 5 ..

Dr. and Mrs, W. C. Johnson; of Mica-
nopy, were among the prominent visitors
to Gairinaville Tuesday.
J. W. Douling. one of Newherry' col-
ored citizens, was in tile city vcsterdat.,
and subscribed for thle Star.
lion. W. N. Shents, State Sutperinten-
I'ent of I'ublic Ilinstructioi,, ieiit-Aeqter-
day aid last night iu the citt. I
Perry MN. Colson, rettrniel a few dl)a s
ago from a business trip to 1'erry, iuld
oiier points int Taylor county.
Cleaning and lleechiug l'attantrt lints
iteatly andtprontply lone by MNrsE M A
liasterlin,.at Tretuot House. 21 t. "
Col. Ferd Bayer is itavintg smine nm-
provemneuts and repairs madeil ot lis
houses a few blocks south of the square.
J. A. Daughtry, of Folkston, G(a., ar-
rived int the city Tuesday, and proceeded
to Alachua, where lie will viait relatives.
W. J. Parker atnd family have returned
from Otter Creek. where they spent few
months, atid nare now residing in South
County Coitltnissiotter T. C. Bryant. of
Yular, was in the city Wednesday, and'
called at the STAR office aiI reviewed Iisi
After amt absence of several imonlths inm
Georgia, and elsewhere, TotI Capers,
a popular knight of the grip has returned
to Gainesville
Hon. E. L. Johns.on, county conminis'
sioner from Hawthorn. was in the city
and paid this office a pleannt and profi-
table call yesterday.
Mrs. M. W. Woodling anIl Miss Cora
Jolley departed Tuesday for Hlavana.
Cuba, where they will spend a few weeks
with relatives andti friends.
County Judge H. G. Mason, atitl At.
totneys W. S. Broome and S. I,. Carter
visited Starke Wednesday on legal busi-
ness with His Honor Judge Wills.
Cuba Lands-Large Tracts for
colonization purposes at low
prices while they last. Address
J. 0. Andrews, Gainesville, Fla.
Messrs. D, H. laillan, C. W. Bartleson,
Attorney Smith, and several other prom-
inent business and professional men of
Jacksonville spent Tuesday, night in
R. G. Rivers, of Lake City, made a
business trip to the city Tuesday, anude-
turned home yesterday. While here he
was the guest of the family of his brother
Hon. J. M. Rivers.
Editor Setzer, of High Springs, passed
through the city Tuesday en route for
Jacksonville, where it in presumed he
went in quest of some kind of a "busi-
negs proposition."
P. H. Westgaard has sold lila machine
shops to some gentlemen by the name of
Larson-new comers here-and we are
not told what business Mr. Westgaard
expects to follow now.
Dr. Merritt Corthell, the oculist andI
eye specialist who visits Gainesville at
stated intervals, is now at the Brown
House, where he can be seen by any who
are in need of his splendid services.
"Emprds Grade" oboes need no break-
ing in. They are comfortable from the
moment ybu put them on. A pretty shoe
for a pretty foot, and it will only cost you
2aio. .ouae in and try on a pair. 1,. C.
There was a heavy down-pour of rain
here teat Tuesday night, but it should not
he attrbabted to the fact that there was
A Ig ge number of Baptist preachers here,
for Oaptlsets don't believe in "pouring,'t
or "sprinkling" either.
BM,. 0. 8. Goas, of Palmer, was .an
agreeable caller a dthe SrlA bSfice yea-
terday, L4 e aublAr beWd for the STAR, as
hg says he (s atislausto see what we are
havingtosyhbonutistfriend,- Mr. Roose-
A. J. Moore, High pprmima; N. ^ Pet*
tit, Waldo; 0*,- H. Gibbons,. Araeba;
P. Q. Unuisy, Wiacloota; R. MI P9ry,
High Qprngs G. V. Chamnaberlf, .TI'
coms 7. $ Carter. 1diddtepy, were
among the visitor to LindwilUe Wednes-
day, /
# i *

DV. Merrit ti.0orthell,
Time Celebrated New York City
Weekly Visits Beginning
July 14th-15th
T'l'hl rMs I rout o'clock
To, l'rilay at 2 o'clock,

Brown House Parlor.
Newberry, Monday miorniu l S
July 23.

In the circuit court, Righth Judicial
circuit. Ainchua county, Florlda, lu
Josephine Davis )
vs. v Bill for Divorce.
Arthur Davis, )
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed in the above stated cause
that Arthur Davis, the clefeidant therein
named, ia a resident of. the ItLte of Eflor-
Ida, and has been absent from his rest-
detce for mote than sixty day ptreed.-
ing this order of publication and Is on-
relinig himself so that service catiokl he
inmade upon hint and Is over the age of
twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered
that said resident defendant be and lie ia
hereby required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed In said cause on or before
Monday, the it day ot August, A. D.
1904, otherwise the allegations of said
bill will be taken as confessed by said de.
It is further ordered that this order be
published once a week for tour conse.ca
tive weeks in the Gainesville Star, a
newspaper published in said county and
This June 30o, 190o4.
[sEAL.] H. C. Denton,
Clerk Circuit Court.
lly 8. H. Wienges, Deputy clerk.
A true copy of original;
I{. C. Denttn.
clerk circuit court
Per S. II. Wienges, D. c..
H. G. Mason,
Solicitor for complainant.

lu the Circuit Court, Bighth Judicial
Circuit, Alachua county, Florida. In
Alice Collius
vs. o Bill for Divorce.
Richard Collins,
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the-bill filed In the above stated cause
that Rtichard Collins, She Defendant
therein name Is a resident of the State
of Florida, and has been absent. ftroma h
residence for more than sixty days pre
ceeding this order of publication and is
concealing bhimsef so hint service cannot
be made upon him and is over thesage of
twenty-one years; iLt is therefore dlerd
that baid resident defendant aud he
is hereby required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed in said cause ait of before
Monday, the tst day of Au*,t6 A. D.
19g4, otherwise the allegations O f |
willtbe taken as confep ed b7y; L.fe
dant. .
It is further ordered tat tl: Ol641b1lg
publisl)e once a .
ilve weeks In t ih a 4e .
This JA 90 0 .

fBy 9 Wputy cerit.
-A true copy od
H. C. Dautd, '.
ulerk ircult Court
Per B. H. Wieng0s, V. c.
H. 0. Masoma,
Solieltor obr complainant

i "AMlIM P'S.9A4*-
Up and by virtue o0 4a
91oti of the circuit eu*"A
inO l Judicial Circauit I and ft
oputy, on the 24tr a e
IoB, I *favor ',W. A.t
agm sat R. D.
have levied dU
said_.. a.I ..' b i-

l the c rcrit court, .E tk.l'
circuit, Alacn-us county, Pl
chancery. ..
.a..ttle F '. Wikertot 1 il for
V A. Wilkerpon,
i' ,a 'l-p -ri..g by affit lfvit a .
tIle t1i. HIle, ia n the h e te
that y. A, \ ilkersoni. Ithe
tiericil ntiaed, is a resident of
of ilorida. and bas b-.en absentl
residence for more than sixty
ceeding this order of publtcanto
concealing himself so that erte
be made upon him and ia over
of twenty-one years; it ia theron
dered that said readent'defendat
he is hereby required to appear to.
bill of complaint filed in said cause oW0
before Monday, the sat day of Au
A. D. 194, otherwise the allegatioua
said bll will be taken aa conMesed
said defendant .
It is fnthar ordered that this ordq
published once a week for four
tive weeks in the Gatnesville r
newspaper published in said county.
This June 30, 1904. "
[(SAL.] "*l. C. Detes,
COlerk Circuit Court. .'"
lly S, H. Wienges, Deputy Clerk. .
A true copy of original.
11. C. Denton,
clerk circuit court.
Per S. H. Wienges, D. c.
H. G. Mason,
Solicitor for complainant.
i the .... i-Y .R ,. "

IL.F rw ,T, U .L.P._ .*.
In the Cir6lt cout, Mi th ,
circuit, Alachua cuntyV
chance. '
Mamie Bnice B .,' ,D .."
v. H Bill for Dl..ivrce
Love nice ) a
It aa by afidayit a
the bifiled a the bov r
that Love Lince, the uefend
named, Is a resident of tht State
Ida, qnd has been absent .ftrow
dence for more than sixty days
lug this order of publication an
OWa14 41U ea tht servicaneno
m~fanpo it~ knd .$a over the Po
twenty-i Tei t, .efer5
that mid rt
hereb required to SMeM to t" l.
comp laint led in sald I o. t an
Mondday ts ayt day ,A 4
1904, otherwise the allegfi5ei of1lGo
bill will be taken M confeAdby V
defendant. .
It is further ordered that this oti-
published once a week ot fog.r
ive weeks in the Gaineulle aWm
newspaper published in aldO o.uty
This June 30, 19o4. ";
[s ar.] H.. De to,
Clerk CirmutuiC ,,.r.
By 6S. H. Wienges, Deputy Clek,
A true copy of orilal..
H. O. Dnton, r,
clerk crcultCourt. '.'
Per S. H. Wienges, .. mc.
H. G. rMason, .
Solicitor 'for cosnple.Bein .'-

In the Circuit court, igitbih J
circuit, Alachua county, .Flord
Mary A. Nettles
vs. Bill for Divorce.
M.J Nettles, J
It apetrig by affidavit appended
the bil filed no the above stated eat
that U. Nettles, the defendant
nmed, to residetat of
da. And bhas been abaseMtr .a
dance for mom thapns d
Ing this order ofl pblLeatlol i-<1
coaling h 13lsao ,that m weo f

that Isald at d

monday, the t day A
1904. otharwes a 1 eo4 *
b wil bea taken aa.eon


A trute weyofy
s.iC Dm
.e Sit

'pyJO.a.W m
5'.r. .

D replyna, V., April a, '99.
Dr. i. ,,.iddpo.
Iear Uir:-Wil you knludly informs'tue
by retias mall If you can send yosti oe.
bottle of Hair Grower the Unparalleled
(Tr 3aM.h) ad if so I will send you
a potal"aso s for th.e m", Plaase inform
"aIWe nimt of postage it easa be


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wtlpn ,

Oovernment to Fight Propoeeed InJume
Stion sby Texa Plmhtr-BIxEpert

braskan Says He Will Work rolk of Botl Weevil Enemy.
nd Vote for Nomine A Washngton special says: Ros.
*-' L. Glark, a cotton planter near House


Condemns Part of Platform Adopted at
St; Louie-Glvee Plain and Une-
quivocal Reasons for His
Proposed Ac~tion.

At LJncoln, Neb.. Tuesday W- J.
B, aryan gave out the following state-
a, gentz
_2'-" shall vote for Parker and Davis,
1 'the nominees of the democratic na-
tlonal convention, and shall do so for
?t' the following reasons:
j' "First, because the democratic tick-
', et stands for opposition to Imperial-
aIm, while the republican ticket stapda
tfor an Imperialistic policy. On this
questloe, which was the paramount t4-
sue lt 1900 and which mtist remain
'- an lmprtantL issue so long as an at-
temptia made to hold colonies under
Sthe American flag. on this isaue the
convention was unanimous, the plat-
'form qmtphaUc, and 'I have no doubt
that the candidate will carry out the
S"Becond, Mr. Roosevelt It Injecting
the race Issue Into American politicS,
Ud this iSsue, If it becomes national
will masle it Imposlible to consider,
Secnomic questions that demand soln-
Itloo. The election of a democratlt
ticket will put a quietus upon this
attempt and permit the race question
i. tb work Itself out without the bitter
C. ness which Mr. Roosevelt's bonducet
> eg enoendered.
Roes-elt Too Warlike.
"Thlr', Mr. Roosevelt stands for the
x'as spirit of war. flls friends represent
in',m as a man of blood and Iron. He
believes in strenuousness and incul.
SAtes a love for warlike things. Tie
S0emnocratio ticket stands for peace, for
es. on and for arbitration rather than
mi4tor force. conquest and bluster.
"Ioputth, the democratic platform do-
1 *tresat favor of the reduction of the
Stafng army, and as this plank was
IRt Iu 1 tSly adopted, there is reason
I believe that democratlo success on
%lz subject would bring some advan-
P B.-1' to the people
U.? ,'I. ".1r these four reasons I feel Jultl-
In supporting the ticket, but I
HJ1i not misrepresent the situation or
IP-J for vbtea for the ticket on false
ourfls. A demooratio victory will
"9 very little, If any, progress in
$ile questions, so long as the
Iy s under the control of the Wall
t element. On the money question
-:', Porker ia as thoroughly committed
hO, the o'lde of the finascierl as Mr.
evelt. If he does not go as far as
lhe republicans would In retiring all-
i dollars. in establishIng branch
*AInks, In enlarging the powers of
,It national banks, and In the substl-
B lbon of an asset currency for the
eut currency, It will be because
10'te. ife strained by the democrats in
t&i house and senate, Nothing good
=.Al be exrecteil of him on the money
Parker No Trustbuster.
"On the trust question the demo
*:.ratic platform is very much better
than the republican platform, but the
nomination of Judge Parker virtually
o t ullflep the antl-trustl plank. Unless
J his letter of acceptance hm com
tlt*s himself to attempt anti-trust leg-
rlatlon we need not expect himn to
pursue a different course from that
-hiUrsued by Roosevelt.
.,' "In the full committee planks were
'.'$4etej In favor of arbitration, the
t hour' day and against govern
oea't by Injunction; also a plank or
St Colorado situation.
"If Judge Parker ls slJent or anm
lnousa on these subjects it will mear
at the financial Influence back of
w ill not let him take the labo:
a of these disputed questions.
the tariff question some little
rrIeb1 may be- hoped for, hblt the
ir pen on the committee were
l arily ln favor of a very conserve.
e tariff plank, and It remains to bo
wIhbthe-r Judge Parker will carr)
the positive and deafnite plank
was submitted by the full coin
"0 This is the situation.

Has Nothing to Retraet.
,"Judge Parker stands for Enough
nlas that -are good to Justify me
living 4im my vote, but. as I have
4i- to 'point out for several months.
p trtunph of the Wall street ele.
it of the party denies to the coun,
a. ny hope of relief on economla
Utions. I have nothing to take
I.1 have nothing to withdraw
things that I have s1la against
-anethoda purmiled to advance hit


eitB Sends Tents and Rations
SVitimns at Kansas City.
| lqn a report from General
lavT6stigated the conditions
Y i,',li. ans.. growing out of
ecketary or War Taft has
Qnerafl .Blell to Issue I,.
A|.lf4 ive diys' rations for
ot the ood sagerers. The
tWil be draWft flro. Leaven.

*. *


'The Birth of Republicanism Celebrate
ed at Jackson, Michigan.
PIve thousand people assembled In
Loomis park at Jackson, Mich., to
celebrate the fiftieth annitltsary of
the birth of the republican party "un-
der the oaks" In that ety July 6, 1854.
It was here on that date that the first
state convention, acting under the
name of "republican," wan held.
secretary of State John Hay, who
was private secretary to Abraham
Lincoln, the first republican president,
was the orator of the day. Other dis-
tinguished guests present were Speak-
er Cannon, Senator Fairhanks' of In-
diana, republican candidate for vice
president; Senatora Alger and Bur-


Was Spanish General Who Surrender.
ad Santiago to American ForceS.
A special from Madrid, Spalu, says:
"(fennral Total, who commanded the
Spanish garrison at Santiago when
that place surrendered to the United
States forces, died Sunday at han
asylum for the Insane near here,"


Object to Steamers Receiving Clearn
a&oe Papere from United States.
A special from Panama says: News
that steamers sailing from La Bores
must receive clearance papers from
United States authorities has caused
an unfavorable Impression. Until this
order was Issued all steamers Were
received and dispatched by the Pan-
ama authorities..
The newspapers consider It as a
mislaterpretatfon of'the canal treaty.
as unnecessary and aa tending to cre-
ate dissatisfaction.


To Bring About Trade Agreementst
and Prevent Strikes.
Plans are being made In New York
for the formation of a permanent or-
ganisation of the National Structural
Bulldlng rades alliance, composed of-
labor organlastions throughout the
country, for the purpose of -brInging
about Tearly trade agroebemnts with I
view in fneterlns a better ft6lonr he-

tween employers stand employees.
' Lfe, You.ng Mo.e, ---..
atence by Suo ide ... M1li1e.aite" Mining King of Montana
Spend years In. tk Wddo MIi Warld Ifn ti1.
t been sent up for ", bi. *W 1lam A. Clark e.Ullop-
k', usable to workt. t

Nlf"lff mconvicted I of Dktttole*it-Mtth lderelime, ,rtal)4o
i't Ga., on May mi oIdtl to Satt et
P ,redi sotneAmenat i$AW I eii tti ,
l i =a= 1, 1i d


Is Passed in Georgia House
by Handsome Majority.

5 i i

Will Be Dependence of Com--
mission for Canal Work.


Measure la of Far-Reaching Impor-
tanoe and toIs Intended to ore
Stall ODishnest 1lEtotlti Methr
ads-.AA Decided 3Ieform.

By the somewhat unexpectedly large
vote of 103 to 40 the ballot reform bill
or Australian ballot bill was passed by


Measure Passes Both Housea Increas-
Ing Number from 137 to 145.
'qhe feature of Tul'eday's session of
the Georgia senate was the unanimous
passage of the bill Introduced in the
house by Mr. Cromartle. of Appling.
calling for an Increase in counties In
the state from 137 to 14:I. This bill has
now become a law, having already, at-
ter some discutsson, been passed by
the house.
The bill calls for the division of cer-
lain of the larger counties In South
Georgia Into new cotInties. This was
thought necessary on the score of
convenience and expansion, as In these&
largo counties many of the residents
were put to serious Inconvenience In
traveling from their homes to the
courts and county sites. It was also
thought to he part and parcel of the
Greater Georgia movement.


Important and Lsrgety Attended Meet-
Ing of South Carolina Mill Men Held.
A meeting of spinners representing
1,074.000 spindles was held in Spartan-
burg, 8. C.., Tuesday night. President
James L. Orr, of Piedmont mills, pre-
sided and committees were appointed
to report at the meeting to be held in
Greenville, S. C., July 26. Meanwhile
It was agreed that pending that meet-
ing no pgtods are to be sold on basis
of less than 3 1-8 cents for sixty-four
square seven-yard -print cloths, twenty-
eight inches wide. Mills of neighbor-
Ing states are expected to' be'repre-
mented at the Greenville meeting.


Tornado Wreake Bridge and Work-
men are Hurled Into Mississippi.
Seven workmen were killed and
two others seriously Injured by be-
Iag blown from the second arch of
the -new ralrobd bridge across. the
MislspsippI. river at Thebes, Ills., Sat-
utrday night.
The tornado struck a traveling
orane upon wlOeht the men were at
work &ad It was hurled an the rock

Veaeal of Mallory Line Praetleally De
S trayed at Chfter, Pa.
The sttailwabip Ba Jltitoe, of thet
MAllory lie. was pintaottalH destroyed
by tare i T eday while thlya at tothKebs
4l y41p d. C-ter P ,whre O g Woe
jsis, nob9 j -

B1ig Peaking Ho in 69te 1 ii 11, -r-LE A1 ---
SCity,mah .. n Bry a democrats to ro0Hold a Swift Erie Passen

h -- "' National Conferece. I es Into Excursio
A Chicago dispatch says: As the re-
suit of a stubborn disagreement, chief-
ly over wages for unskilled labor, one DECLARES WASHBURN TWOSCORE ARE
of tte morst extenainde strikes In t h
history tatf the packing industry in the -


ger Crash-
on Train.


ton, TPx., hAA applied for In injuune-
tion to restrain Dr 0. F. Cook, of
the agricultural department, -from
bringing Into Texas the ants which
have been imported from Guatemala
to kill off the boll weevil. Mr.- Clark
says that the insect ar& a source
of 'gret danger to the toglro laborers,
whom they atlhf .and It is on these
grounds that he hAs applied for the
Injunction. Btat notwithstanding this
it Wils stated at the agricultural de-
partohtmt Saturday that there was
tna chailce of-4suh an injunction bbelg
granted and that the experiment would
begin as soon as possible. Dr. Cook
priv'vd In New Orleans from Guate-
mala, bringing with him. in good con-
ditiod., eighty-nine colonies of the nmys-
terious Inspcts, with vhich the agri-
cultural department hopes to exter-
minate the bool woell..
Beverly T. Galloway, chief of the
bureau of plant Industry, under whose
instructions Dr. Cook imported the
ants. said in an Interview Friday:
"All I know regarding Mr. Clark'c
proposed Injunction is what I seen in
one of the morning b apers. I do not
thihk that there Is any chance for
Mr. Clhik to obtain the Issuance of the
Injunction since, for the present, we
propose to experiment with the ants
only on the government plantation
No one needs to have them set loose
in their colon fields if they do nco,
want them."
In speaking of his intention to seek
the Injunition. Mr. Clark Said that he
considered it a very dangerous, thin
to Introduce into the cotton field
one insect in sumffelent numbers t<
exterminate another. He argued tha
the fields would be left in just as bat
a condition as they were before, onl:
the character of the evil being chang
"When Mr. Clark argues that wal
he shows that he does not know whA
he la talking about. This Iluatemal
ant it not & Vegetarian; It to a regular
cannibal ant and preys only on th
bell.weevil. It will not eat the leave
or any part of the cotton plant. Who
let loose in a cotton field the litti
uanmala-do not attack a single plat
In a body but distribute thenselVIN
ovbr the entire field and mount thI
cotton plants in groups of three an
four. Wherever we have experlmen
ed it has been found that the animal
* operate In a most orderly manne
i The ants are to be taken at one
I to our own experimenting grounds I
3 charge of Professor lHuntet, alid wl
I be used on out own cotton. Exhan
I tive experiments will be made there
Until it has been learned exactly ho
1 to handle them and to avoid any po
able danger. Intill this In done th
i work will bb confined to government
land entirely, then the benefit of ou
discovery will be offered to any on
who wants It."



He Won Renown Under Sobriquet of
"Golden Rule Jones."
Samumel M. Jones. "the Golden Rule
Mayor." died at his home In Toledo,
Ohio, Tuesday, as the result pf a com-
plleation of diseases.
The Immediate cause of his death
was an absress on his lungs,
The death of Mayor Jones has caus-
ed the greatest sorrow all over the


Return of Sheehan to Esopue Starts
the Ball RollIng.
The return to Bsopue, N. Y,. of Wl-
Uaa F. Sheham, of the SL Louis con.-
rentlon, parks the opening of the na.
tloinal demoO ie campaign which will
be largely conducted from I opus. It
la pe If ble teat Judge Parker will re-
"aft. Roseaom t most of the summer
-U H We LfaC~ mr m thay $ad"

the Georgia hoUiie of representatives
Tuesday and will go at once to the
senate for Its action.
The measure was passed after five
days of debate practically as reported
by the speelal joint committee of the
houti and senate with only one Impor-
tant change. Thq house struck but
the section providing for the late pri-
maries and left that matter to be set-
tled just as it Is now, by the executive
committees of such parties as hold pri--
mary elections. The sections referred
tb provided that no primary election
should be held more than sixty days
prior to the regular election to which
It related. After several Ineffectual at-
tempts to satisfactorily amend this sec-
tion, It was stricken out entirely. Tlhe
other amendments were of minor im-
portance, so far as the general effect
of the bill is concerned, and were
lkdoptell with A ilew simply to perfect-
lig the measure In all Its details.
The house spent he entire session on
the measure Tuesday, disposing of the
final sections of the bill and amending
them In several unimportant particu.
'Itr with a view to preserving the so-
crecy of the ballot and making It a
fair one In every respect.
The action of the house Is quite a
compliment to the special committee
which had charge of the matter of
making report on the bill. This com-
hiteds was composed of Dr. T. J. M.
Kelly, of Glascock, chairman; Presi-
dent Howell, of the senate; Sepators
H. W. Hopkins, of the Seventh; H. A.
Mat'ews, of the twenty-third, and J.
H. Skelton, of the Thirty-first; Speak-
er Morris, of the house; Messrs. Akin,
of Bartowl Btovall, of Chatham; Hall,
of Blbb, and CandleP, of Dekalb.
Dr. Kelly, author of the bill, Is high-
ly gratified over the action of the
"I felt confident that the measure
Would go through by a good vote," he
baid. "I know the people of this state
waiht A pure ballot, and only by this
law can they have it. The house has
done a good week's work and I am sure
the senate will pass the bill on to the
governor. If the legislature does noth-
ing else this session but put a pure
ballot law on the statute books. It will
hAvod done a groat work."
Summarized, the bill calls for the
adoption of the Australian ballot sys-
tem in all general and primary elec-
tions In the state. It provides for se-
cret booths, election managers, the
Australian ballot, for the punishment
it Illegal voters, for tire manner In
which Illiterate voters shall cast their
ballots, for the time of holding elec-
tions In the state, and for the counting
of ballots.


Foreign Exhibitors Object to Being
Treated as Concesslonarles.
A St. l.onis dispatch says: The for-
eign ambassadors have united, and
backed by the commissioners from
their respective countries, threaten to
withdraw their exhibits of the fair
managemcnt persists In treating the
exhibitors as concfssionarles. Com-
mIssioner Rosenthal. of Australia, has
been appointed their representative,
and he has been conduetting the nego,
tiatlons. To the Associated Press Mr.
Roisenthal said:
'The foreign exhhiitots do not con-
Oider themselves in IIit same positlun
as the cotrnc asiaonarles. and refuse to
pay n royally of 25 per cent on goods
soild. \We havf offered to make some
conceaslo In Ii th way of a present,
hut before we will allow ourselves to
be treated as (oneesslionarles, the ex.
hiblis will be taken back home."
President Francis sHail:
"We'e i-lll allow foreign exhibitors to
sell their exhibits and deliver them
at the close of the exposition, and
rhier may sell dupllealos for delivery
outside the. gr'-inds. hbut we will not al-
low lihem to sell 10 ho e delivered on the
spot tunles.s they py the royally."


Negro, In Shadow of Gallows, Reveals
a Career of Crime.
John Johnson. colored, who, with
Frank OuRley,. also colored, will hang
at Pittsburg. Pa.. for the murder of
Grocer James Donnelly, h-ta confessed
to four either murders.
Johnson says he was born in Geor-'
gin. and when about 18 yepa old start.
ed out as a Iramp. Two of his victims
were with him trivellng In a box car
on a Virginta railroad nndl, after mur-
dering them for $5 In their possession.
lihe threw their bodies from the car
while the train was going. His otlier
two victims suffered a like fate On a
Georgia railroad.


Republican Vice Presidential Candl. American and Russian Corporation
date Pays Visit to Roosevelt. m Now on Equal Footing.
Senator Charles W. Fairbanks. of In Thi corporation treaty between the
diana, repuoTlcan candidate for vice ( Unlted States and Russia negotiated
president, was a guest at 8agamore hy Ambassador McCormick was for.
Hill Monday night. The senator arrlv. mnally proclalmeel at St. Petersburg
ed unaccompanied at Oyster Bay at Tuesaday.
6:43 o'clock p. m. : The reaty provides that American
He was accorded a cordial reception and Russian corporations may sue in
at the station us he alighted from the the courts of hoth Russia and the Unl-
train. He wsa conducted at once to ted Stales previous to the promulga-
the president's carriage and driven l- I llon of the treaty among concerns con-
rectly to Sagamore Hill. I nected vwth Russia. but could not bring
sutlt in that country. '


So Declares


9 Russilan Correspondent in
ram to St. Petersburg.


8he WIII So B
English Jaion To Released from
n i cket f L

A dispatch received in St PElero-n The Assolcated Press at London
burg from a Russian correspondent at i earns de1flnitr.hl that .Mrs. Florence
Mukden, dated July It. says: I Maybrick will be released as an or-
"According to intelligence recelve.I dir.ary prisoner on ticket of leave he
here the Japanese last night attackeil teen now and August 1.
positions near Port Arthur. and were The authorities have no intention of
repulsed with cnormou losses. cause: I granting her a free pardon, but cnfu
by Russian mines not less than 30),. not impose any restrictios after he,
000. It Is sai-, being kMlled or wound- arrival In America.
ed." j

ther N o rl ChI More silver Money Than Ever Before
aer of Negro irl Charges That Known in Cirtulatio
She Weeas Killed by Whippingti A cablegram received by the bureau
County cammleslonern of Bibb of Insular affair at Wshe by gton an
county. a.. may be summoned to ap- nonisces that the PhIlippine govern
earon before lvehstate prison cto te mes t has no occsiton to purchase more
1io1 for act' tasv*etlgitton into the silver.
e*ath of a negro woman convlft iam The Philippine government have In
ad Colbelrt irTletPh0a In the le nra, nt have lat,
It V wgmi g af he b c411r0ed the t lil icsnroce Iss l Mt I r,000,00

ani I mai meu -wan ........
The passetlgemr rrona the uninjurerl
coaches joined il the work anil thi
residents of Midvale, many of wilo-ii
had heard the crash, aftlsted then
The fourTteen dead were soon laInl
beside the track and the Injured were
carried to the nearby houses.
Whlle physicians were being seere!
for, women of Midvale brought hand.
ages and other articles thn* could tbe
used In caring for the Injured.


Mikado's Victorious Troops Now on
the March to Niuchwang-Heavy
Blow to Russians.

A special from Toklo und,;r dat-e f
July 9th says: After sevell' fltightinq
General Oku ocupled Kat-Ping yes.er-
day (Friday).
Kal-Ping Is located on the Pkerr
Arthur Railroad and Is the soil ti'r
terminus of tihe branch to Niactiewiiin.
During the campaign of i weeks Is lhas been one of t ha ini;"
objective points of the .lpani-a e
A special dispatch, receiv'l in St
Petersbtrg, from Nluchwanup. (datlii
July 8 stated thpt General Kuirokl I
advancing all along the line. and me111
Ltat the .Japanese offlcors are organic,
Ing Chinese bandit l'sn!as tl rouglitht
the Liao valley for an)y attack on,
It Is also reported in a special di-
patch from Liao-Yang under tlh ei u"
date that a persistent rumor I. ci,
rent there to the effect that a na-.Il
engagement has occurred at Port Ar
thur, in which twenty-onp JrlnROn'se
warships participated, resulting In a
Russian victory. A similar report wai
current at Llao-Yang July ;, the l11 c-
teon of the engagement thenItt lI;
given as northward of Gensan, Korea.
A 8t. Petersburg special says: lire
tenant Gener.Ml Balthroff, In a '
patch to the general staff, confirms th"'
report of the Japanese occupation 'o
Kal-Ping. He says that the Riusstan
losses did not exceed 150 l.illied at I
wout:ded. The general adds that th"
Japanese are on the Yin-Kow road
Among the killed was Count N.vr-I..
-aptain of the general staff, e.ho.sbiin
cloned the last position after brilliant
ly carrying out his -duties as chief rI
staff with the rear guard.
General Sakaharoff also reports an
ambush of Japanese 25 miles north (f
Sltu-Yen, when the Japanese had on1
officer and eleven dragoons' killed er
On July 7, General Sakaharoff I.tr"
:he Japanese began ti advance. h,'V
not in considerable force toward SIa-
osyou, occupying B4an-Chan.


New York Man Confessed to Steatlln
Money and Made Restitution.
Robert B. Taylor, If New .York, who
con fesed stealing unsigned bank
notes to the amount of $6,720 from
the Citizens' national bank, of New
York, has made restitution. This, how-
ever. will make t.,, difference in the
prosecution of.tt eaose, as the tnltted
States district attorney says Taylor
will be tried in November.


Indictments rough Agasget Negroes
for Orime of Apaoult.
At Mount Holly, N. J., Tuesday. the
county grgad Jury returned thWee bill
Of Indictment aIafst Aaron Timbers.
Jonas Bims &ad Wllliam Austin, ono
for felonlou asefot ll pot Mtrd. Elle.
t. liddle. one t or' sajt with intent
to kill Ad mm e r fe ft*i n.d entcr-
tog f.....t...

after the canal work is fairly well un-
der way, and there sla o closer place
to draw from alid no meii better suited
to the work than the large number of
phosphate miners and turpentine
hands of the negro population In thd
The wages for the canal diggers had
not yet been decided on, but In the
face of a scarcity of labor it is expect-
ed that a larger price will be give
than was anticipated to induce the ne-
gro laborers of the south to give uli
their present positions to go 4o a fever
laden country. It will not be the Idle
or worthless class of negroes In the
south that the commission will draw
from-more's the pity-for onl yan
ahbi bodied and healthy lot will be
taken. The situation as It now faces
the south, therefore, Is a very large
decrease In Its able bodied force of
worknien and a consequent probable
rise in the price of plantation hands,
turptntine workers and miners. Of
cotirse, the taking away of 15.000 ment
smong.it many thousands or more neo-
groes employed in the south might aot
seem at first glance to be a very so-
rinos los, but It la the present condi-
tions of labor in the south that will
make the difference. All the cotton
fields It ie said are hard pressed to
get cheap labor, and should Panama
prove attractive to the class at present
at work on theli helds and In the
phosphate mines. South Carolina and
Georgia will be particularly affoctld.
Some of the engineers In Panama
are figuring on doing the whole work
on the canal with thirty thousand men,
but most of Ihese estimates are mere
guess work. Admiral Walker himself
has never committed himself to an es.
timate of the number needed. but he is
known to have looked rather skeptical
over the small number suggested by
other engineers. The admiral has con.
eentrittsd his heart on getting the ca-
nal finished in eight years at the most,
and If It takes fifty- thousand to do
the Irick he will not hesitate to make
the necessary requisition.


President Non-Committal as to Action
of Democrats at St. Louis. '
News of the nomination of Judge
Parker was communicated to Presi-
dent ROosevelt at Oyster Day. Satur-
day morning. The president made no
comment either on the nomination or
Judge Parker or any other nrtilon of
the convention Whatever he may
have to ray concerning the demo-
cratio platform and candidates will
be said In his letter of acceptance of
his own nomination by the republican


Steve Elkins Says Hon. H. G. Davis
Should Have Headed the Ticket.
Ex-Senalor Stephen II. Elkins, tem-
porary chairman of the West ylrginia
republican slate convention, --sounded
the keynote of the campaign in his
speech before the convention at WhVee
ling T-v'aday upon taking ihbe chair.
He said. In part:
"The democralic party. In It s deqiro
to cuaplure. this stalc, has norilnale.,
for vice prre-.ient one or our most
distintguillhed 'iilzt"i n il the fort.-
most ilenmrerni in lie state, bit in
hlis, as n nimost everything else, the
democrats made a mistake.
"S'nalor D)aviq. Io twhioIn I am so
nearly r'elatir nnti for whom I oherlsh
feelings of the lighpsta regard, ailmlli'
lion an.I nnfeceion, Is a mon of affairs
and an experienced i-tatesinnn. having
served Iis stnte credlliahly In the sen-
ito for 12 ye-Ars. \%l it these qialiflc.a
llone anl thl.e fitners., he shonill have
hieen iunmel for tho firsi place instead
aof a man wllhout a reeoari and without
' ltPineass 01 | liii h il .'xpi'ri'en 'e'
\\'est Virginia cnnnot be gulled In-
te) griv 1 in ei1i ii i-el .ti aeni|tI 1 R4onei
monpe'y to marie L Ji]age Parker pre. l-
alen i een If by so doing theP mako
Senalor Dflvia l ice iresldent. I have.
no doiril![ nR it) republiell n iIccess in
November, here It no good reason
why any repuithablin should ctangoe his
vote on aunte or national Issuii, bhut
ninny antn, weighly reasons why ho
ihunl.l not. Our people are contenmi l
nnd haipy, hlisysu and prosperous. What.
more coitl lie |had or wlialt more could
we wish'
Tuesday night tlie convention pro-
cefde( with nomlinntions for governor.
Charles V. Teter wns named by Con.
gressman A. G. Dayton np \VWilliam M.
0. Dawann Ily ex.-Governor George
Wesley Wilkinson. On the roll call
of coinriles i iwsun resolved 436 votes
and Toecr 311.


LP.VV Ll LO InL. VR[LtILw -um I

Hodt *f: Ab.-Sded Wreri i United 13staes began In -lcago, Kan- Object is to Cecide Upon Some Line Catastrophe Caused by Mistake of Sig.
Hott f:Abllle-goed Workers ftBe aas City, Omaha, St. Joseph, Mo,. and of Action During the Coming nal Operator-Excursion Trainr
Dr0wn from Many S ithTOerAt tte other titles wherA large Psckhig pants Campaign-Will Meet Withiti Was Standing but Impact
and Given an light.Veae Job are located, on Tuesday morning. Thirty Vays. was Most Frightful.
In Digging Geat Diteh; I The unanimity of the strike was -
coinplete., More than 45,000 employees A St. iouls dispatch seaY After Seventeen persons wtre hilfleI a,I
A Washington special says: Thore are dtlretly involved. in Chicago aloni three conferences held Saturday night dbout fifty Injfred in a collision uhi
s a str probability that these 18,000 men. are on a trike. was start by members of the executive commit- occurred idvale, N. .. Jub ,,
Is a strong probability that the south Thewalk-outt at Chicago was tarted Iy m b me rt
will be stripped of a large portion of by the employees of the killing dt1- teo of :he people's party with proml- noon Sunday. who regular p:
its labor for work on the Panama ca. partiment. as fast as the current wori cent Bryan democrats wh Tare dissat- ger train 6bo ~ho o Gre 'lwooI ,ak
jal. The isthmian canal commission left by the slaughterers would be cl not so mich with tire platform t oura tin hat btu roanI ,n1
from-more's the pfty for only an d upr. Thn, as the woleirs. each as Withi presidentlnomination, uraon train that bu slpl i-,l u..
ed up. Thcts, asd h f wthkers.in each h the residential nomination.
most dffIcu.t with which It has to deal Idepartment disposed of their part of made at the dnemocrat'c national con- take wa&tr. All of the dean ..1i.
mot dicult with which it ha to dal the wot they threw off their apronsention. it has been decided to call a i urged lived i Hot Jr
and as yet they have beehi unable L8 and departcd. This onideration was nernce of Bryan democratic lead- nd accodentNew Y l. ll ha
determine from what source the thirty 'shown th,' pnac.kers. the haben" offlcIa i era wllhin thel nPl ttrty days to de The accodent is I>lopelavcl ha.i,
thousand or perhaps fifty thousAnd tiiun!. b mca lei wanht t e ide on some Ilt ot action during the resulted from a tower oprt;,,t i,,l,
tere tp a-bae the employers alyAna oot lowered his signal too 1 o0n. flnI ,h-..
workmen needed will be drawn. Ad- clal tlos ar. a result of neglecting coming camptlign. h was admittgd by D. V Cite i ,, .
miral Wulker. chairman of the comr ; n,at thAt w s on hand 1v be dressed. This sttemet I ven to thoritye A al agent of the le I trail. 1,'.
mission, has heretofore always showed VWalrchd hly ror.lons of pollee, the s ontedPress hbrn, of Boitono Mort ., gave a arat in i ie 1111. i
objection to the plan of drawing woik. strikers fIie:l brhaikly not mof the pack- George F. Wvashburn, of Boston. Mans.. "The operator in ie to,.r ,p.lI
mobjecion to the plan of drawing wot 'lIg hosesarying overalls, rihbber national treasurer of the people's to set theo -lock ;'enal a.i-,n..i 1,3
men from the negro population th bootand knives, e r and seels ty. who with several members of he train following."
south, but since the' immigration au- One aimnodred glrlin qrlmployed in the national executive committee of that The train whl'l win runn iti' wt14
thorities, backed by congress, have latel ,Icpariment if Ne.lson. Morris & part y.esas been In St. .onis attending a special carrying tter nhrxnr f i.
shut down on the zheme of Import- 'Co.. sirti, k wIlthe mien. the deniocraIlI national conventl tf. First Plattsdeutacher' Ass cni', I,,f
shut down on the scheme of Import. 'oAs a re-siult li the plant shut don Mr. Washington, when asked to dl- ilohoken, on their annual ilri:., ,..i,
Ing Cbhiese coolles the commissioners land 12.,li employees in the various vulge the names of his assoelates In had 800 pasoengerq. II coInil I If
have now come face to face with their lepi ltnt s .are affei.ted. Those out or the conferences declined to make them 12 cars and 2 d,ilgines. The. fir, e.i*
fact that they will not bible to afill a ffrted by Ihe stalke of fl e meat cut known. The extent of the movement gine had taken water anti it:. ,inin
rush order for labor from the sourced l e an I butcher art' s itrtihited s an,] the names of those engaged In 11, had moved up and stopfkd waih 1,
rush order for labor from the ource low: h ,said. would b- made public when second enghie bettide the t:;i*,', hl.:e
at present In alght, which Include tb Armows: .. r the oall fo iho national conference the regular tratn edrew near.
natives of Panama and the negrces of Alwft ......... ,i was isted. aridl (hei prominence, he The flaman of the pechtl .ignite.
Jamaica. Great hopes were staked on Cudahy .......... .... 2:.0) nldded., would be a surprise. A iftitlerf the engineer of the incomnllT Irn.,
this Jamnica source of supply, but by Svhw:iri. hild & ? Sul. r rgr 2... 2' of those present In the conference. .1r. but owing to a curve in the r ,II litt-
ia careft investigation the commis- 'owhyr.... .-...1.......1,2),) V washliurn stateI.d, were from MiMsou- flag was lot seen until It wn l I:, l,,,..
a arsin believes now that they will be Idi lroihe 800.......... i. nd others were from Parker's own it is claimed that the enRigii-i' o'i t'h.
Theon believes now that they will be inun state Commenting on Judge PaItket" regular train had slowed I..i i
unable to get more than three or four elly go in1,iio, h'ing hbut a "nomination, Mr. Washburn said: about .en miles an hour befr, 1I
thousand from that Island. siqal I anntly of stock on hand to "Next to Cleveland, the popullsts de- crashed ltlto the special. I tt h;.- vii.
The natives resident on the strip work up, antd In all this was cleaned sired the nomination of Parker. His gine tore tTrough the rear cr th,
will, of course, furnish a working bL tip ,by ,,onn. the men working until nomination emphasizes the parting of greater part of its length and d9,le.
sls for the start, but an estimate of 'his had ,ieen accomplished. the ways of the called forces, and will the forward end o. that car into It;.,
the available men on hand does not Stagnation marked the ratile mar- help immensely to restore the populist car ahead. The killed and injurre
give more than five or six thousand ket. as the packers h.d previously party to ls former strength and of- were in these-tWO cars.
The cp-immismlon must have at least fif- warned the commission firms that fectiveness." The wreckage did neot catch fir',.
teen thousand more at an early date there would be no buying Tins.lay. and the wor. of taking u lt n heon nii-i
-..,Wa b d..I,,= was accom[)li.hell

* ~ ~ ~ ArIi~ u FauiNssiw.nf~tL.PA

II pro0oSq,. will you say T a s lastto elteri Spots sag.

ie i-,--xir u ii wnew & -r uia isiy
'ru," would you -proposa?-Judy.

yITSpermanontly poured. No fltsorinrvousa-
mMafs r ltrst day's ise of Dr. Kline's fireant
lIrtveleatorer.Ottrl l bottleaud I real Isetrel
Dr. J1. d,. XK!j., I tL. 9alArmh St.. Phil%.. Pa
After listening to a pnor young nian's
tale of won it'q i l to the lirCfess to give
hIm a helping hand.
Vie Atll*ns ioot-lMas. .
tl Is tim only cure for Swollen. Smartln?.
Tied, Aeblhnga Hot. Rweatlng Fept,Corlns and
ouloan. Ank fQr Allen's Foot- Ease, a t it6r
1obe baicken Into the shoes. (Cures while vi,
walk. At all DrgRlsats anti Shnoe torei, hi.
lon't aonoept any enbstttut. Rtanipl sent
Ml"&. Address, Allen ri. Olmeted, Lta oy, N. Y
"I aban't put up with your tondilct
any longer, I i'ttetd 1i ko home to
mother.". .
Well. anylhi aIs preferable to hay.
ing her IlM*.Y--Chlcago Journal.
AITow's ThIs?
e iffor One Ilundred Dollars Pieward for
'ani ease of Catarrh that cannot )4 cured by
1lle's CatarrhiCure.
V. J. CiiKN-rY & Cr., TAledo, 0.
We, the nupderslgnid, liavo known ,,T
Cheney for tbii last 15years; nnd belilo) bill
perfectly lhonorattb tAno.i Iisincrs6 transac-
tiUo'nrs .and flinuinially bible t" eirry out any
ohilgations inmado by their flrm.
WasrT 'fiut, t Wholesialc Dnruggilcta, To-
Jedlo, 0.
WA.lDI.o, KINNAN Ma nivt.', Wholeialo
Dr gist Toledo,.0,
2lld'Otttif Cure is takePn ititrnally, act-
'Ing directly upon theo blo-I ntil iucoussur.
faces of the systvim. T''estiinonial.t sent frot
Price,7P-er bottle. Sold by all Dragglsts.
T.ako XtaPs Fatmily Pills for constipantionu
Old: BInks--I fear you've been tried
by adversalty, my friend.
Sustflt-Thlat wasn't 'is name, guv'-
nor, but he guv me six nmon!ihs. -Chl.
cago Journal.

When a tvmannn tops crying over her
troubles it's a sien tlihat she lii rc.untiedl
the velcbration of herl ir.tlhtl.y aenivernry.
-3lJri.Wliaslow's Soothin: yrui f.r ehiiiltrent
teetlinti, otten tlh gui ',retl iru-edi i. tnnft linui.,
tlon, allays.paln.fft"s rxve ind o oll, 25o.a linit t
SIf it weren't. foar thiir niista tki a grant
many men would never ibe heard oi.
SPiso'sCaref or. tonsumnption Is t iit naillible
medino for couTlibs iiil cold.-x. w,.
KIanL., Ooeaa. frtovei, N. J., Fob. 17., I!)993,
People msay not think you a t4oil met
they may not be in a po6.it on t 1'ey 0.'
*_* -_ -_ _

flTs. Hiayes' FirNst L-tter Appeal-
fng to Mrs. Pilklauiin for HelIp:
*' t" Dxn'M.l. INKIIAsi :-- 1 a);ire eepn
nider Boston doctors' trettmunt, for. a
long tinio without any relief. They
- tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can-
]not sib down wilhot-t (grept pain, ncd
the soo rene extends np rny i.pitic..
liava beiarlnff-don 'paii.f; I.biu lb-icl{
ail front. MAy b)idoiauen I-u r'orh-lln,
and I have i had flowin" spells i;for three
yFr.'ar My appotito iicsul't rtul. I (''I-
not vall, or bo on my foe-t for nany
ltn; gth of time.
STi'he avymnptoms of Fi' roid u'i'mtr
given in yQur little lbi6.t aei'urat,'ly
tidvic." (Sglned) MnIt.,.- I:. m. Ar:,
PS2 Dttdley h.L (floxbnmt'V), lltoltioi, Mass.
V. irs.. iayes' Second I-etren
'.Tt/ A"D NI lfi PiNKiiAM : Somtitetin
Vgo I wrote to you decri'lin g inysyinp-
loms and asked your andvitc. You re-
Plied, a nd I followed all yo-ur dire-
ticol carefully, and to-dtiy I am a well
Woman. -. .
"iThe Iase of Lydia n ., PlinkliItmn'
Veg ltnblo Conipoiutilt etir-ely ex-.
pelted the tumor and strengthened my
whole svyteamn I cati walk miles now.
"Lydia E. Plnkhailn's Vege-
table (Jonipoitnd is' worth five dol-
lara i drop. I. a"vsise al-l women who
are afflicted with tulmors or female
trouble of an liind -to givo t.t faith fi
triaL. -- (Skued) Mna. F; F. IlxSAT,
Wi5 NIdule, St..(Rxcxbnrv). Boston, Mass.
$ 50009 fugefrt if ouikirul u- toes letters prdia
Curles i (i;a tr "o'l. h o m lrl'o'#:J' "" b" .

SThe yeAr promlse.s to be A landlmarl
In time, so farti .ihIas N ork s -con
earned Mand the -hopefiul sign is iin
the earnest way the problem is beln!

-'Dr'Bilgler.' Hluckleberry Cordial
S"rThe Great Southern Remmedy..
Cures alt Stomach and lowel Troubles,
"ich ns ChronIc Dysentery, Chulerilm.or-
rus. Bloody Fluxil. indr nlqo ehlltlern
tP'llnR. t treldoml tlii u e an ko qlick
inse r'ermanent cures of all ptomaclh ani
rw el dlnRBeie. bee testimonials of be
SHE d) J N W. GRA W.
r. Walter A. Taylor, Atl.nti, ,a.
SUar &ir- Thli Is tie first certlilcate
that I have ever given as to the merlti
cr any medlcnel, but I take opleeure In
recommending Dr. Bigger' Huckleberry
CorOlal. i consider It the best remed)
h*at I have ever tred In my family foar
Stomach snd Uowel Troubles. Bo50o In-
Vested In a bottle of this medicine to bi
tled In the beginning of any stomach
trouble will often save life ae well *s.i
orgBe toctor'e bill. I have a friend whosl
tire ws., in my oullnlon, saved by the
prompt UeS of Dr. Bigger' Huclseberri
Cordial. For sale by all Druggists. i
end 0e Cper bottle.
(signed) HENRY W. GRADY.
Atlanta. Ga., May 23, 11117.
Hsltlwanuer-Taylor Drug CO., Prop.
Atlanta, Ga.
T yloe's Cherokea ftemedy io Oweel
GMumand Mullein will cure Coughs, Croul
and ConaumpUon. Pria-e olandi abotlUe

..Mr*ernd,- scftiemwfem- mieheadnyld
ISI mil? I It b l a sn t fW e ead ana
ret 'tal salxUt taij- w Oaaeee. -almla
mL = nnlll1 t lfia l lete he be d h
lowdo y" eei ol aRd S to do.

we*V, O "stgis d .

Professor lerAludnii. i liii w is selt to
Ceyloni biy the ('olonial.Oflhle of Gre a.t
Irlltain, t lleiitemut n iohttldtlti hid ind
a romiley. If p iasli)hlt, for the year's of
f.aihlire rlivi- occur tso frequently lit
lie. ieiirl ilhIries. hias recently piub-
lished a report which Is most Interest.
iig,. Not only diurl-iig recent years,- but
for latlly cetiutries previous, the fat
indi lean seasons hluve been th. dledpair
of the t t'liistols of test beautiful
g4eiiiS. The task of ilnv'stilgtition uider-
taken lby -rofessor llerdliitui nd this
ablle assllstutit, Mr IM0tliiell, was noa
light ont, ii4t, its the lit ort sliows.
kieulms to hlve bIeen.I aiiundalitly fruilt-
ful in ktsuiitttillt resuills i-tud -achlieved
thie iiurposi for wlhhiI. It waS dls-
pilt ('thll. A" compllete survey of the
whole sea Ijuttotm of thi petirl llishetier
Ilut-iens. iha$. '. e(tn ttlildo, tiartly by
sounding tululdridt'iln liig t1 jafltiYt'.tvy
lthe ntld of tlv Al' lr l0o-'nt-ll hilniseif
lescedingl i 1 rl A Eutpineii living dress.
Sit was foiulli that flou'rislihin IhetIt lare
oftenn depleted by the irivaiges of boring
sOliPges t orillg "ttllistl-.; -tiirsheus. In-
tetitil pnIr sitr -s it llisl-Ai t thougIht
t, dleetrrileinthi wrotlght li.- h li'sr ,A-
slight coliiliplod l 1 wlil'sul' de-
stiirucltioh Aut'lT by .liftin.g s ilidls due
li) currents or, ('lr iiued up byI ltih, solith-
west titonsoonii. Oi nel bed examiniinl lit
Mar-ch, .exteilihti over o iv i itite- of six-
teel ti liitre. miles.t was covered with
01lxiiuiots .lss thait tabo ilii hundred thouintd'
Inillioin." Iin N oiiember of the maintl
'itr the' spot wi.s rv'n sited. nvhlii this l
Vlust Ihost wntti -'ltlo-tto hiav e vnailslitei,
having boeit lItir'id' in thp siantld or
tive)l dowiil tlhe deei p U c'llvity outside
lie- bed-..
The ioss front ovei'crowding Is also
eilortiousti P'rorftssor IIlt'iiiti itn si g-
auets tih' slinple expedient of tIrnns-
pllnting to sheltered -spots affordiitr"
sui tIle coudltion f'eetloi. Nitiuire" linhas ofiteni ito be as-
sisted in the preprtlionu of these
spots by tihe process knowvi As "elch-
insi," scattering thie floor of the hied
will roek and loose cortil, to afford ai *I
clhiorage fo the tstts of the 'ouIngI
oyster,. T iThe NtAoc cneasd lby. starflll '
is shown tfronla tlto fact that a bank ex-
tiAillhed in Mi rlch, 1902. lodged A crop
of oysters estuuinted At lve arnd three-
q11uarter millions; by March, 1003, theyPV.
1iod lienarly gone.

Our virtues are- most frequently but
Viies disguised. .
A largseiouse often gires. tihe soul -a
cruliped feeling.
Accuracy Is tie twin brother or hlion-
esty.-C. Siuminoults. .
We cannot put a great hope int A-A
suall soul.- -J. Jones.

Not a beggar on horseback andi, h
will ride a gallop. -Button.
Alroodilig over troubles but hatches
new broods.--Ram's Horn;
,-'Next to the origin nator of a good son-
tene'e is the first quoter of It.
iassiion, though a bad regulator, is
a powerful sprlnje.-Emers'oii. -
Muiu Is Int.ti a 'reed. i the weakest in.
nature, but hlie is I thinking reed;r "
'Co acceptt good -livice is ,but to itll-
cre'se one's ownII ablltty.-Goetho

He must lihave a holy purposet who
I soeks iea vn-iily powver.--lRai's 1-or-. .
I To ie b ii,.oseclolu that .you are ignor-
alit is a great step to knowledge.-Dlis.
ra ll. .
Every duty wn-e onilt obsettres so61 i
Sr weti should ihiav known.--Johnt

ICould wIe oi'rboin' dispute and pira.c-
tire 'love, w, i'-lhiuil niagrl'c Its inig ls
do r i iove.- ---\' ;Iller
I r'solltl .li erl Isy is lhi( right to in t
without lititr'ferelii<' wn itlin tile iliititas
of lii\i. -J. Ourter.
Do not tnieu't'(otl yolurelf to 0on-
sider debt only ias t inicolnvelcithc;e'
you will fllid It itn a(i-ililnty. Jolhnson.
The Frelich Clock.
nave yolu hllilld, perlimls. it inoderlii
Prencth clouk-cei-ket' -ehliet, clhickl'el-
flick, push-ptishiunisih'' Tirt'e airff al
Winys' ortliitt'lliO onl the shelr' wlieri' it
sltauilid ifitd orltiialiilt.t- oil thlo table,
lid Oil thie floor. It lils gilt lot its fsii
uand jewels oi its hands, iud It lives'
very fast -- lty minutes to teli hour
anlid twenty-four hotir-' to Ilt daiiy-
hurriled hours, br'eaithllits iinlittes,
crainitned lto ith lii 1 i with e.lxcitnle lit.
e ('lat-kety' -ul'k, ilhiekilty-
t rick. lisi p sItli'li- l, iiit'ik-quhlc !
i 'hlet I llMid1 oit' I, i he rlieitiltll r hrn'tere
I amnt to sleep, I a)nlwiyr )look t'carefutlly
i about for sotir1 safe hole i whiIth to
libestow it. If no other offers. 1i)y traiv-
eillug bag will itt least iiutitlle its ,treit-
'ont. o voice.oe till hne -couiig orf itt niort'.
SBuit alas. if the cl o k he t silllt I t itl
round alid easily hidden froit sight ii;
i-traty corni-rs el'" r f h v!ti ico h1tvi.
I borne nwity ihe li inii-pliih-'- iff--ir'-'I fir
1 oy delpetllioi TIl wit e lia 1 lt f ilI ti
to niy lot to explaitl ti. il ela ui'g ll-
hliostess my Ipciuliar .-ontinlt. Now' I
Sanlwyvs put it slider thel illi-iLres. I
I go awaIy iid forget it. I mRa u il., I.-
garded as a Iltlle r traziy. wlilrh I- stur'.
r ly better thalin rn lllig iri p i i. intall i
Sfor kleplouinnil .-The. Ahilaiti'.
-- -.. .
Animlus at tea.
A Freoch n-Itu'iitt hnas ind i M P
5 jnteresling oblsFT.ril" lotu ii tit let-ie-
Sharlor of different % il i ii hiial- sit .i: i.
The polar bear, hle- ys. Is ile .ilyv
, one that takes to the s,-t. All oihlrI'
violently resent a trip oil filter. ultiI
S: vociferously give ve'i to their flee.liig
. until seasickness lbr'ltig- silener.. i'lie
. tiger suffers most of ill. lH'* wihines
I pitifully. his eyes wnterr eoutin;tll..,
I and he rubs bhI stomahl with his lter-
rlble paws. Horses are very ha( I sail-
ors, and often perish on a sea -voytge.
Oxen are herole in their attempt not
Sto give way to sickness. Elephants do
Iot like the sea, bhit they are atlenaible
to medical treatment. A good remedy
. Is a bucketful of hot w-ster containing
three or four pints pf whisky a nd s even
ounces of quinlne.-St. James' Gazette.
i. Alpine fisadena-

On the aummilta of th R'er I and
PlatsAlpinl gardens ar:' to lie nniltn-
0' "tluhedl bereaftel for purposes of tLo-
Ialn n istudy And for the preservtillou
amd propaItloe of raLr-- Iwie plan11

osee Id o.l
i-Ig .yaw *1gg&' 5

A lfethodllo Preacher Makes an lplirm
co<0i hir l tithenti 1 *W- i

Ct e '" .-ke o it t~eilads,
AO .-N' tioest puirt- .bf tiie West
S Im where the philub latlds
0n were- hlrveye d ntd hlidn
off Into sertitlns, halves
iatnd quarters, the" public
tti-laid.s have lteli fstaifblished oil tho
S-eticto li nes. 'Th'ie roaids coniequeint'
ly' riin either north and t.oiith or east
na Ad trwet, r-osging- l t right ii ngle's. lhitsA
method of locating rO6ads is somettlitle
-tilled "ith chiocker b thil toreil is quit ipjrfor-itlte; in loilole
taftes tlihe road laws iconto iplte the
j sta lillstig of a roa-d ot ever-y sec-
tion line, .so they will'be only one tulle
api't, 'iut not nearltiy il tliee roads
IAvbe ten elnmtailly opened.
I oIml oupiarison wit the tl ,systomt .or.
lauik of systeit, which plrevlailts in the
older settlevd' Staties of thti UEast tit'd
South, this checker board sttc-tim hit
tt niund-it ttKntg. 'The roads at ri not
I Peft to bh tinittted nt hlup-htazarrd, or onil
erolketd .ftrii bouidarles, or accord-
-ig to ith-e iv'himns or selfish Interests of
lthe licittors. The order inl muatle-
iniithtlil regularity of thli systeul ni- -
t1nt'illy iappel'ms to the itittids of llhosi
wai ritt.d about thliose l'tla or "tuild
fluein onil. .ttiliaS, but ti tiiose who aieti-P
silly travel thietii, Iheir lon:itlou illepears
to> e very far short of hdeal i prfec-
ltI0n. -Ill fact lIhP sySteu hit Involves twto
very grieve defects. If a ilnain wishess'
t'i tIravcl directly ortth, south, i.isi or
wnct, theoe roitils tulake hii 1by the
hliorts-t route. liut a lnrg nmiajority
rof the people wish to htrnv.p in other
dirnctlotns. Let uts suppose 1t Itiit lves
oxnitly tei mill-es northwest frout liti
onllilr y sent. i:' i orer, to i'rlmlh it h<-
Iutist travel semivei uniles nast anid sevel-
ileos south, or follrtttetti .mlites lit till
Thiuis t.t nhiorily of travelers ttluff
i haridshilp h ttl. n-i.itler of distance.
i- tt tfh seitonit defect I tthe i system
I fir.ttravorl. 'I'th nithetneitn l pre-
-!slhot within which these, roads tire
Ioranted eirrie's tileu a, cross lilll and
hollows -withouit atny regard to ecoin-
only In thle mniatter of grades. WVhere
tIe counti'y is'porfectly level tbT!hee ls
no dllticulty; -where It Is -rolling tlhe
.roads eian only be improved i t hlienvy
cost .i t unmlirg cuts 1mid .ills;. wiherit
there .are steep hills aiud deipp rinvlies
to cross thle syste im Is wholly linprae.
ticnll-e. '
Iboubtless one of the first benefitss
that will follow thiu adoption of -the.
national platiu wilt lh thtle modunficatio:
of this N -stem d sO as td iredtli these.
rlefects hi n large nmesture. Nuatuirally.
the first roads to be Improved Itn a
county will be those leading direL-tly
-n1ortli, -solutli, i-eIst andt west from tIh
couniity seat. Then nali roidi o ar v-.
enues leading. iorthenst, northwest,
soutthealst aid. southwest from those
-oinity seat should be opened nnditu iu-
lproved. Thtus the first defect shalinl be
larguily ellininteil. .
The second defect pointed out ean(
bnly be ncured by departing from the
section lines where thlie lay of tile
roaud makes It e-Poonoilcal to. do. so,
rudter nlatintlal itt d State ilt i Coiupe-
teit .ighitteer willti he Oemployed i'.
correct errQrs ot locatloni. ad na6 to. itl-
crease the usefulness of the- roads, and
at the same time rediete tlirlii bosi,
The tlentienttt toi lin-tlonal 'a d I1
'"Inking gr'tit hieadwtay lIn this part of
the li otititr3 In Nebraskti the giTgls-
liuiro hil's Iehinared .in fnvor of It.
Several uietitbi'ers of Collgress. fl'onl
Missourl are outspol:eut advbcates of
.the pt lni. It Illnois ia State. Coinmttis-
slon mias been appollited to Invetigigate.
anid report on liintional- alid. In Alilt ni-
berof other S(ates deittitn actIon will
probably be tikei linth -iieatr future.
Congress hlias no ore widely useful
nienisture of deoniestle legislatiloi In
hand that is contemplated In the bill
p1it forward by Iteprtaentativ eOBrowti.
low aid Beinator Gallinger to give na'I
tonal lid to the good roads .inovenotit,
The plaht is to make a liberal nppro.
lulatlon which. Will be available for
the ua)ynlent of htif the coieof builtL-
ing newr: roads, the other half to bO
paid by the State,- county or IQeal- po-
lit lcl division benefited by the im-
lprotimii entt. The author of this de-
ilgni pioitted out hi addreset. to the
AutnomobtIO Club that the general go'-
eiittueIIt, which lias spent g,20O,0O In
the Pilli'pltics atrd $lBO.000O In Forte
Illh on rtoald building, eould properly
lii u> itettitng In that lite for the Ain*e'r-
hIift farmer. As $45S0,00,000 has been
si-nt on riversl anid harbor asucee
thn Civil WVar, they suggest It la tlinoe
to tsttitin fialIties for land travel also.
a imatte r of federal contceri.
There 1.s in doubt that thie AmeN-.
-ln -iri-lti-ir directly, ant the whole
I,' eieh. liidir'reti woulil gnin inch by
lli slltiilhtls tIlie tgoodl i-oatn move-
lieilnt ii loll receIte front a federal i

ltiPaliroiirlaillolln t int rlig wll tIliOe Slate
Iilltf Ithe lst of new roadwltys. Tlihere
.4 only tione nrgunimet iganinsi putt ing I
ii phin ( ullkly illnto effect. anit that
I. ie aligeOr oif opilening the way to
rx traiv. -iga Ir it approi pri itn llo'ii n t
L'.itft" ta their ilxpindiure. If the*
.1 iiu-r alnl ptpi i 0iph onid IhtiVP asmtiralNure
i'i; li cay iinrtlranei a gain t IIrnltiillg
lh1t. pl0in to t Ilo ia dvaillage of rI-ckle lp
hI gtsla toirt nitn iorJ^i'pt eontrnl' rrat .
tlIy toilil qnuinkly order It' enrrIted
oul t They want( no mnorp rihter nisil
':irlIor grabs or publle bhulldliis giltisi
or rural free delivery plmiinler. Thrre
nr' plenty of arguniients an inst open--
Ilig the TrPasury door to that kind if
grn.ft" nBut tIhere Is no alrtiili '"
ag-illisa goirt roads.
1 ubltilc oEds the Velan.
"Go ahead and oulld your roele-.
iaid Stuyvesant Fish. I'residentt of the
Illlnnis Central. at thei good roads c-on-
ventilon in New Orleans the olher dayn.
"and we will s'tad ourn share of the sx.
penses. The railroads are the arter-
ies of thls country, but the piubltl
roads are the vreln." President Iloost.-
elit abd forty Governors of Stalps
have indorced the good roads morev

During. the hast forliyuine years Ta
inany si 31,271 pearson.s perlrbill fio:t
shiipwreck oil or near the eemata of tha*
-United ltliOS DP IPng the 0 i'n

A New CChlonsm lXduatery.
itIrnllug olt cluekIlig hells Is the new
bu iuesm venture of a .well-known
Maniuynuik liverym.all, and he find I I
inure proitlalle than chileken'ralslug.
ThIe Ilveryrnal, fndlung that his hben
iere begtisiting to set very early, and
lnot having had lrast-class lack in theb
lipotltry tumlitesas in former years,
lon'ted a placlrd anunoclAig the rental
i of lin "cluetera" ft ievetyflve cent.
for the season. The sehope was a
great succeser. and In a abort t"ie t4; ,
(1delnnad was greater than thelaupptlyf
lie fed all tile liens with food mntze4
with red pepper to tsake themn get. and ,
finally took to the Woods f6r milor
"elitkers." He traveled .up throw 1b3
MonignaomPry County pmirebhaisg lqaflg
hpeip sit low prices. and ab f 1:t'1ati
rented out nearly 100. In lntdfIMl b
ls profits on lithe scheme he clais.b he
tired tel feel getl seveynty-five date
ai h-ntd for thie lbens' use,. and Will' hate
the'im to sell in ljie fall.-Phbladelphisf
Ite<-ord. *
gQueer Little flsreh.
One of the quegesat and m ast I
lated ctiutcbel Isn iglod is a littleI
army edfice Ilu the vlley of Westdale
Hfid. Cumberland, It was .over four
hundred years old, and has only two
I wind(lwis atid eiglt paws. The pulpit t
Is lIghted by a alit t fI ls lut the
roof. A little beIl l*P IolMly is the
i opeu. mit 9 4:4 l L
-wi mplrA' i


When about to eleiin thn glotl 'tc.,,"
of an lncanduieeirt bttner. tbl blt.
way to emorve tlhe tuanti.. wlthodt.
dantalffil It t to lake it lawl knattlppg
beetle said put It (ti otAr b the o16p.
of the .-nmi tle. teten f$clk tbg ***a
aeto-s a glas- iughller. a-lowlig the
pantale to Sq Ihalde; thlat i wil I
quate safe until flatly. togo ,bak,
A good recipe wittlh will. hIyp jts
biftle of tair bstphen .teld .aftifW
waslag I. sia ftollow*a. aW tl iat i

mooe toA 'o t o'40 w*W .

*town, huk tMaklg tia*w*t t *OtttIe
back t tOW Wn.ish ,Is. thm .wa, -1"'
brlstie t winl eo.Id- i-a' l i.',r
loee thom ;'IuINiu i"

The iVorld's Fanmo7,
Catarrhl Reme

Should Be in Ever

"if ti

I People celebrate the discovery of a
tiew filOt 'in untiurlre; they grow eloqtuel t
! irer (hie invention of i new lpiee of
ninaihlnury; Ih'ey lheap riches In the Ila
of tiii in s who pllS on fle ma rket nit
Snfew lirtul'iililns fsiiul. Why should they
iot.- pay iOite slightly trlit'o to the
iintlhor iof a libw ellilniin? A. reill
Sg'rcitI 4'|ilgrllm in rarer Ihlln ili ruhy.
1 Ti vrl'i la Kent lives forlever, n1d ilelhr
all lIu for-es of deitny. Its sparkle
nitty never l)be d11.lin-<.
If ih e s1ligi esIj're-X a gn rei trrutlih I
itI few wiorll, If it shiine with the glint
Of lioa ely l tinior. If It s ibellnl ito
t-broi ai getnertl. iso iliy It Ie sir'I-
eldest -i1tlit er ll 1 It el tri0iht I ll lit I II eof
fetriti i lile iitiite ohr o i ly i i-le\ r Intli
A 1I ly3 (HIl l i .tilt r ls t liii' o i u-oit 'li
ali iid 11111 ill. 3iI lt prt-loteu lit'lni whi li
I l's I liiiI'illi'dl I ll Ihe si ue-l l ofi n lt h iil
Sletfllodtliet tillitonster fIroul the lliupStlalS
eotuilllls of Now York anil Verinotil,
dell t'rril I other inyv before Ito con-
fcreiil'e of it- bretlh'Plli lit tlhis tiltlllli.
lile was telling f Itheli Irl work l tt
amlla i pay wllch ir, I litet h lot of liliintplf
and 1i>s fellow i l iepoorer dlisrli ls
of tlie coHuntry.. Aind he closed wIth
tis. trenitPii toidoi.1S '(tI ii i l1I s allO
t iltl support a senlisklin o.ife en a
niniiskrat Iniome? 'riTe epiigr'in niay
ltr'ovoko a titihle, iperhAlllS, ibut thant
tinu1 o'ilullettiti tu; tlovure lhfotre o well
pitt. ,lii v'ei it.ility oilieP r nionei, Il alid
ouit of thie inliitr'y. Attlleini to ll- -
sw'r it hliave eniid Ibefore nolw Ini tlh
pelit tlte ti'ry. It Is Ihnt Iilt titon., If
aifuthorllles nle to be iellorhrl., wlIelh I 1
responsiile for flio lici'rln liig tutiller
of bil'ht'plors, pnrllt IilnInrly I tlie cities,.
andt for tile corresplondlliig inlber of
hitldle-naged'si linsiteors. It Is a qiteilloit
NwhVIh mIfght, pi)onsly, liPe liroflitnly tie.
btted by' sllie of Mie wotitet's cllllUs.
A'e too initily glrls of the present
dlay behig rearltd I i n wiy whhili thein oti. yt bh 'bo "nlskilIn wives ?" Atid
where- shall the young niman within
"iiilskrait itcomle" look for n proper
Atl ly rate, ihe new epliratim cuts
deep anid rnlses sorlous iquestlons. It
deserves a pernnnlent place In the ar-
clives of the Ultgllsh iliatguligo., loIg-
side thlit other chiaslc, liit still splinrk-
lln, s anying which describe Itho plight
of tile -infortinnto youlh who ecqtlrod
"at cluiinpngai. appetilte witli n beer
Iticofnie." It s tlihe coulipnilon piece.-
Itutland (Vt.) Neows.
S. toses In Open London.
It would'be Inteoresting Io know the
tiFlirest spot to Fleet street Where
t'ea bttill blow InI the-opeil. That spot
is very near; Indeed, rrlit- s n corre-
piondenit, for it Is In the Teumple Unor-
dens, btiit "i few yards trom the old
Rose Taivern, llhat eighteenth century
hostelry which took its name from its
rose gardens ." The To mple (lardeui
lie open to the nun, a broad sweep of
green thrF, edged with flowery bor-
dors, -i which the roses are now mshyly
putting forth, their leafy shoots. A
passiig fancy suggests that some of
those roses may be the direct descend.
antsn of the-.very trees from which
It'tlinrd P"itntagenet and Ilis conipan-
longs took their emibllnis of the strifo
Ivhlei' was tO "ilsed aI thousand souls
to death and detndly highlt,'"
Nor ore thelis te only roses wirhiln
,0oun1d of Fiiet street's whirr and lihum:ni
Lincoln's Inh AtIll keeps Its ganlrens,
sorely tried though they tire by smoke
Sand grime, ndl it Is but a few years
nltuce the little gnrdeni squiire of
Clifford's Initi could have shown ai few
modest bloonms. Now, n. alas, (C'llfforld's
Iitu seems lIkely to vratl i forever:; Ih
garden Is aill billt gone. the few rpemitn-
Ing trees have already begin to feel
the re01orseless saxe, in Illn front of
the towelrtig nit oniry or the linc ord
Office a illsinal blaek notice board am-
serts thle rightist of Ilio crown n la slItrn
of the scanty llglit in(! aIr which nlill
-penetrate the 'threatened space.--Lou.
don Chrouicle,
.-"- t-Mtmre Muslo.
In "feeling" niil'uc the sound Ins con.
dluctedt froit the itistruinetit to the ppr-'
Rsou by m-1eans of electrld wires. In-
steld of lire sound waves merely
knOCkickg oal the tympanum of lthe oar,
as.l i llstenling to mtislc, the wnaves f
hlarmony couisI tlirongih the holdy, ad
that thie tune- Is held from hIead to
foot; The device pan be tlitnheed to
nny kind df. muslecl ilinltriment, so
that one cntfeel a piino, phonograph,
guitar, bitnijo, or on organ play, or feel
*the blowing of t cornet or a trolbonii.
itnd it a wire could be ntntacbhed to ov-
-ery horni a persoul could feel the muinlo
ofbrane band. Those who lieve prnac.-
dtied feelingn musicnhe bre demonatrnt-
.ed that they can easily tdiarlnluato
between tlie feellig of dlflerent airs as
well as of different lIislrnments. They
enarl readily distlngiilsh the feeling of
"Homne, Sweet Hotne" from "My Palug
time Chlnalean," although they were
sepnrnted froni the Inatrtlmetit by
wnlla so thick that bs inutlel conid Dot
possIlbly be heard,

'Cstrtrd I'lidling.,
'T t ri i1-< rla t'l iitrrt, twio coPlS
gM riill pl.i'tsli utle t 1ii ti tilel tipl u t.111 -
t t v l i i- l i I iin l ., lu i i i i l l l .i lr '.n e *i l l
nin i tens 1 il -11 l it l i t.ili onI lh ait l' -
r ilt lI lit l 'I it tll I i ;, lI i tilll illI ll ;il' 6 4
~Jllic' r ih ', ili >l l S Ii -11 rli'l.
Il l Ic h-ilfli 1 1 i lltllr.

oli niir nlnli iii llfn ,

tn hl lIt \ i I uIhtt i il't t 1i it-1111'; i

t n tmilk eiin i otal t uil il llo'i th II1 0%T I It yolks of ItrII I" 0 .4)4
two IitlIt sKiooanfit or nugirsr. w bi\ lI
haveliml''. l t Il' <.lii, mlil( v ill el il 1i 1 < I 1' hot
vlati ,i': whi ll f ielt il tililt il i- l io ti ix-
In ir'; 'm ituI sile unlll c liiv l i: shortly 1I -
I'ire' tl I P-itulll- I- lto lie mt'rvii oitl thoe
w l li .. of r ': I- I nlll Ild'r; ni tl Ix enI
a I.ii- riI% i I I l: ill i ix !I l -, lm iilhl li,
onl lly h.vi','iri-,l h i t) l ull: to' -a" l '

lIitilh l: s ti ln l II il :i ilt ii C1 l iii ;I I I -
r iiil I.il lInlf i ltiii'r er-, il. h
sugur i t'il t r .in i n

A cir ittl ut t-i'i<'lstIri'. f i lt- ih vit lIy
klinow il a, \ l' lor thlii, I, ov l- t. It It I It-lti l.pir iiiel \ llit ri' it
0 ,1ra1 'h1 lr1', rf I hkr- I hhIklI, I il-nt
ci-lil- l t clthvli hir-e. r i- i ie IlI lm hi'kir l.Ih t.
Thi It m ici of ii .ltrtiiteiltl trolu ctrrniltilr
0li1lll 1Ilt i t in n ,ihh 1n I hll ji .1! l Thit
oll0t1 r ri li v ,.t sit Fllli % I, -hIt i. lII I ts 41f II! i
oliloligs. thltr ithi-i., of li'trow n lh ii..il l, u il1i \e'trly llih l
na il freely fruat ciust 'l'hit llllig I?
preliparel liy rul il hiii f Ill, .i-ii il
cleisi1, very Mol't aIl blteleitii ti It wll(i
nllititld in Ii lter .t ess 1 eand two t iill'-
smnonfils of 1inyonliialso ili'st iilg. Tlio
brown lirui'l nitlwli Is et''rve'i oil
n c-rai. letiie' le!aif. It Is it ti1hty 3 nitl
dhleolllo nM ril lwirlh for sio. liiii"n r lhni ,h-
CoilS ataln for piieuilt. NiUlling ntiII l!
Its plaie.

A Biurt Cuit lo llinrmalnsilo
'ITo slite oiratiigs itId ile-niois in (lie
pr-of-o s of nutillting iliianlimtlttidl I Ini-
,Is ti- tilling hlt t u itti t anfi rllillfil "iy c-ari.
iltii lu's tillite it lilt i 'uit,, iicnt wili-ti Is
ftoinlid In litost aill hl-imsmeholdis i I eh
largtr or stigtiltiI form. The oldhur
wvoodi Iilnimo iro eiprcfeable, as ithey'
nliodrcent all ir'ii plane would do. i 'I'
itt.. IliP-' tIt i rinti' ov-er (lie linlt Ill
whii- Ihc- iitt 'uilarhit ltoe Is to lie, Milde.
'Tl'uk Ilt- wholI fr' ilt miil ii voe 11 kI.nch
nnlld frii' h Iivelr Illh. k ifel I rit l ovliVlI lig Ilip
leedls tis lly i paliir. Tii s will given
allP h i'ull-s te iti ci Itli l titiirt lo wIIIht lut
viry e\lilinsIvI l uirtlli hliinllll c tliiu i liine-,
hou tl li wilt h sllket i i t ly ilor. troullel but
ni ah li im tnli kl, y atlnd slly t:lil
it lh 11 onrllth- ry nlitlfe. 'Cloe fllnIe
lli h.' hluilil hlite Salitrtp titnt purOpirily
ii clil lc. h rl i-l' ioltiiet lielle g Ihei sllc-
IiKg. .\ti Jtill u1 iliu1il sit1o'' Ir'yliur IlisR
shtirl I iiit will ti'ie.v r uise tlit ordilintry
kit i'h n knifu' nf I niln. for Ilit eiuse anci
rapidly vwlll t iln i I-It fruit ie sliuhedt
Is iiar ieloius.-H-ottoti Croolking S.chool.



lelisheloths arml onllekly aiiitle' freahli
andt weet by bollig in lei'nii wailer
i-ithI it gooltlt hnp of sodli ahilled.
Always put Ithe sigilar lusi l IIn a Jrl
In the centre of Ithe frlilt, inot lit IIlu
top, ns tills inalakie their ltitto slillddeu.
W1'li-ii killing onjullns, leglti at the
root end anid peel pillwa-rd. iid ItI:' on-
lonls will scarcely affect yo0111r eyes .t
Itn boiling meat for inakliig slnnp tile-
meat hotuld be put Into cold water.
Iti order to extract alli the oodnes
from the meant.
A thin coatigi mnitle of three pnrts
Isril. melted with one part roeiln. and
applied Ito sto'fs.liud grntes, will pro-
vent thli't rustlig liwhen not in ice.
roupl will be as gdi tint sei.lritl ibly
If hlaiteod t0 hoilhllg point. It sholilh
never lihe left In i .eaucepau, bit
turned Into a dIhI aund put aNhil. to
cool, lio not cover the soup up, as
Ihnt tnoy cause It (o lurn aonr.
A tablespoon of bhairk Iplpper put In
the first Water III WhihhI gray etnd bliff ,
llnei nrc s M-wlahed will keep (be eoltrc
of black or colori'l riintillrica or muts-
llnn from running. A little gnuti ai'ab!c
uiparts a gloss to ordinary strelt.
If motbe nre in a ftartiet, tnrti It over
and Iron on the wrong silde with a good
hot flaUron. Then sprInkle the fl oor
underneath llbIberally wIth tnrpeuttie,
pouring It Into the c-cackA If there ara
any. Rbth the turpentinas I and then
you alnt turn leank your earpt. Re,
peat this treatment two or three.,dpnt,

about $5,00.0,000 worth of foreign pro
ducts a year.

TheOretTested Reredy for the speedy
a*nd permanrnt curs of Scrofulafus theuma-
ltarn, C,r Ulcor., Eczema. Sore. Erur-
tion, e..r rvoumnaus. nd all
It l y fartlie best bull lits upTonic aral
Bloand rlfier ever offer'td o tlle wotlt. I 4
makes new rubh blood, I epaI renewMt*rll vi
talit. now pamesete alanost mrolraiulm *
hen. pwogrrlam WrIt for Urqk ofI Wai-
ZLV fln w" ^' i?1mt, seeid
e INol t e i u r lur4 ar nr an a te uitude
2 lltri einftin l son;af, freight lpad, by
SSL.00D BAWM 00., AftUnt, 34

41 South Forsyth St., Alanta, ia.

Of Tdoring, Disfiguring

ilumors Use


Engines, Boilers,
Saw Mills

Obmpl fl eine carried in Aiekf r
IMMDVA T shipment.
8M flaTinery, Loatt Priess ead iBan ers
Write us for calllogue. pric.la
.e., before- buylnn.

l2alOisatOrAx, CATA'itu ltiarIAL.-
ani i ll eb sprmatssese. hils hbeen used
for Oy Jnr, alnd hb tWt11(M endorlemeOtn.
Booklet qsi germ dlaase (rre.
Elept. Cv.frnesrlllq. do5


AXL Tome tAnt a1 ptt
owas yp

Every child born i
worl4 wih 5ein 4m
por)y vafi. 00 t

-an Oh Otof'l
Solicito.1dea not ,lb
Its Irng, b
dread l tho e tlt
rfttWfiiqo' be feloi
ltjr..w happiwsmI
felity. .Hence 14 tWM
4jty f notharf F
* blildren to..i
*flve with'


1 31lie, pluol ilI 2its bales of hlay per day writh o0ne horse, CAN YOU AFF D '
TO D, )WITHOUT IT WHI-EN I"' 3'T3 yOU ONLY 50 o00-wn"thi
Wt.o .- 111. .itt TO YOU f or YOU SAVE THE DEALIER-PR
Wrlie i lmiiH .jk. We have ionlyri v a f l Pr' it 01, pri-on '

4f yon ale t In ere tad ii 1" atnllillitll adoentll etilucattion, write
or free antaleotle of fA 1.lie t t root on. '
aM.ss DR. e. w: OTER.0 DAil, 100 NOfTH BrUTLER STREET. ATLANTA OE lIPtA0,="
inra li South Walrs have reolv- MEDICAL DEPARTMENT?
ed to contrlliutto a ipnny a iinleo TULAN UNIVESITY OF L
each lunar month towards a iprlia t TULAN ses fr UNIVEntYI tr
monetary represclntatlon funil. i tamupleilaboratorlts isLIl abundant hoal i
i.al are nlieqo'Ile P. a 5aeS e m toI t-i
t Ih, ruau lit Jlty Hoeptis with low
Odo ors I.l'er.pirati.in .i iiarnts nnuall'. lt n tU
Removed at 0o11.0 from the armpits, frot. ,,1 i -i lly t e bi' 'nI9g5iiil I al r lfto1
I, -ihii itt-lnsn t-tolier ia 1tw o iFor e
etc., by RoAL, FooT Wastr. Stops Chualing., oni-, .11igi at iinn an e.lda rp .rotAl I cu .
Curo Swoeating, lturnilng, Hwollon, Tird i Ii rwer
Foot. Wiao at Druggnsls. or ipstpntI d fror '
EaTon Daoo Co., Atlanta, an. iBMotny back
It not satisled. Sample for 2-s still iup.

l'or the auatenance of Its poptulea A/T
tlon the Island of Malta Imports
abu -AA -A.O _-%.O -0 zorwA T pr

N oNarcotics.
one reason wAY per uM has M M u

n use Gunrnteed to Cure
aneusi. I Stomach and ResulMing Disorde

IIV i tst 11 rC.... l P 1ts .f 5 1l tIe ,t C ATLANTA, 0



HUBlUI1~' ManBK y 'American. citis who Th manful- .,.
.. B. GODWIN, once believed that htuma1 slavery adise Lost" wais for sRle lJO tnda "
Editor and Proprietor. was right, and justfiable have British collecto'rn rttud to bid
S- -- changed their nindh, and now firm- high enough for It,and an Ameri-
ftzrd April 28, 1903, at Galzieaville, y believe that the. traffic in human canspped in and ,arried off the
., seond-clas matter, under Act of beings by human being i wrong, prize, paying omlhing over 25,-
o e M 8 and should be prohibited. But 000 for' Ilk
published every Tuesda. a rid a, those whose minds have thus Tedpon newspaper at- once -
$1.00 a year in advance, changed have never felt themselvea threw out sneers at American nten
50 Cents for Six Months, called upon to ridicule and' abuse of wealth, and declared that "it Is
a cents for Three Months. i the former leaders among the good to know that Westminster
I -. RAS champions of slavery, but our fath- Abbey ancd St. Patul's Cathedral are
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents !ers and grand fathers, who in times inot portable, else they would also
a line foreach insertion. past bought and sqld slaves in he purchased ly American million-
Space for display advertisements priced much the same manner that their haires."
ona application. 'sons and gi'and sons now buy and If John Bull doesn't wnut the
.4 The editor Is not responsible for the sell horses and cattle, are credited world to see or buy his treasures,
views of correspondents or others cori- with having been honest in their the remedy is in his bwn hands.
V, tributing to his columns. convictions in their day and gene- He dubs Americans "raw," and
DEOA. C TK.T. ration. doesn't know what he is talking
S DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Bat a great change has come about. There is as much culture
NATIONAL. over many of our people. A few here as there, and much less snob-.
; President of the United States years ago thousands of Demtocrats bery. lie worships positions, and
Alton Brooks Parker. believed in the free and unlimited we pay honor to men. He lives in
Vice President coinage of silver, at the ratio of 16 the past, and we live in the present
Henry G. Davis. 'to 1, who have since changed their and the future.
STATIC. minds, and now believe that gold He sneered at the American dollar
United States Senator should be the standard money of and he fights to get his fingers on
James P. Taliaferro. the country,and that the free and as uuchi Yankee gold as he can.
S FMember Congress, 2nd District unlimited coinage of silver would His whole nation is out for "the
S rank Clark. be detrimental to the country's in- stuff." Some go about the hunt
Presidential lectors terests. There is nothing very re- in a social way, and the others of
T. A. Jennings, markable, or at all dishonorable smaller prominence scramble after
3. JC. B. Koonce, about these thousands changing the money in true flunkey style:
P A. B. Newton, their minds about what would be His lordship gives his name to the
S F. B. Stoneman. the best financial policy for the Na- American girl, and overlooks her
,: Governor tion, for among people whose minds plebeian origin, for money. The
apoleretary of State reward. are active changes of opinions must tradesmen hold up Americaus at
Se lay rawford. needs be, but what seems us every opportunity, and the land-
Attorney-General rather strange, if not really remark- lords simply rob them. In fact.
S William 1,llis. able, and what, when earned to the the Uue of English who are reach
|^ Comptroller extent that some carry it seems to ng out for a tip begins with a
A. C. Crooms. approach close to the dishonorable, Duke and ends with the porter.-
-S tate Treasurer is the manner in which some who Tampa Morning Tribune.
William V. Knott. were shouting themselves hoarse Gainesville his some real clever
Superintendent Public Instruction for Bryan and free silver only a few Republicans, and we hope ih.tt
W" M. Hollooway. years ago are now ridiculing and they can arrange matters so that
Com onr Agriculture n. abusing Bryan, and that mainly be, they can remain citizens of the town
ailltCad Commissioner caum tly filed to elect him pres- after Parker. becomes president.
John I,. Morgan. idett'ot a free Silver platform. Really we don't qttuitc like the idea
tlate Supreme Court-Six Years It is not manly to fall out with of giving up such splendid fellows
R.F enwick Taylor. and abuse a man because you and as Robinson and Chtbb, bnd other
.l~tic' Suprme Court be failed to accomplish some tunder- Gainesville Republicans arc, and
"^ .,Ubert 8. Cockerell. taking in which you were both en- we hope they will remain with i s
S' m e S. Sha-ckleford, aged. nailing to beelected pres- during, the next several. (Demo.
.J. B. W'hitfield. ident is all that can be brought cratic) administrations.
l vOUNTY. against Bryan, aud that failure was
tntati.0Rvesb no fault of his. The Prohibition party has nonil
llbrougman -- --- nated the Rev. Dr. Swallow, of
t Judge WAS A CARPBTBAUER. Pennsylvania, for the Presidency of
g. Mason. Senator George M. Turner, of the United States If it were not
S.eaoffn Washington, may be q very good for the "swallows" of the American
14. W. Fennell." anin now, but the fact that he was people whose mighty thirst de-
ik Circuit Court a "carpetbager" in Alabama dur- mands the saloon. Pennsylvania
S. TI. Wienges. Ing the reconstruction period would Itrnisli tle next President.
i.x Assessor knocks the wind out of his chance As it is, the "'Swallow" will be
W. W. Colson. of ever being an acceptable candi- swallowed up.-Florida Chiistinnl
Collector date for vice-president, or anything Advocate.
S W. D. Dickiso. else so far as the Southern people
11A$erunteudent Public Instruction aAe concerned. The Civil War A gold iaiv y'eiar iag, gi Mr.
Dr. J. L. Kelley. ended lo ago, and the Southern )avis the vice-presidentiul "onimlce
ended long ago, and the SouthernU Treasurer
oty Treasurer ple have no ore fight ts make gave his daughter inu narringe to
W. H. Robertson. peo ha no t make r. Stephen B. Elkins who I
County Surveyor against the honest Union soldier, r. epheublicn B. m million, hand as one
James Croxton. but the "carpetbagers -the men Republic n d deserves and another Mr.
For County Comniissioners who came South after the war for good turn deserves aotier Mr.
G. Dampier, plunder only, and accepted Federal lkins should now give of his aion-
J. G. Osteen, appointments to official positions ey and influence to help to elect
C. C. Pedrick, which they filled with dishonor to his papa-in-law vice-president.
4 F. TowPaingd themselves and tco the further injury Elect the ticket! You bet we'll
gpr Member of School Board of the then already devastated elect the ticket. Pace to the foe-
"- T. A. Doke, southland, are not the. men who eyes on the target. Every Demo-
W' W.J. Martin, need ever expect the Southern peo- crat in his place. No moutthing
B. Weeks. pie to have any respect for them. and nomonkey business. Nonon.
man do o i It is to be regretted that some nsenenbc.uit either '7s or'96. Fools
a,.ld headed to wear a long who tall themselves Democrats to th rear. Braves to the front!
wbald d wwl predict atsmall vote r f th March LoutmvilleCourierJournal.
-- .--- Democratic nomnluees because every Mr. Parker has a strong man
here are always two sides to a one was not perfectly satisfied with with hm in Henry ., Davia for
itlou--yotmr side and the wrong some of the candidates. Every Vice.Prtldnt. If the party can-
S____ American citizen should feel it a not win with them. it cannot win
g Parker can't be accused of. duty incumbent upon him to exer- with any ticket, and it ia solelyv
rlg talked too much prior to cise his right of citthenehip, and with the party to win or lose. as
,eaoMluation. those who fall to do so should not the united party can always elect.-
B -" grumble because of results that Jckhonville Metropolis.
i.'e Tampa Tribune wants to their neglect of duty may help to
olbw if you have "clumb" on the bring about. The Democrat who Ben Tillman is no fool. He did
4d wagon yet. Is entitled to a vote in the general not believe that Judge Parker's

e want better roads iu Alachua election next November, and of his telegram was unnecessary, but he
'UtY We want them badly- own volition fails to vote for Parker saw very closely that there was no
Suit have them. and Davis cannot, with any degree elap trap about It, and he very
...^ of conasistency, complain if lose-, quickly told the contention so.-
And now the Nebraska Legisla- velt and FairbionkB art elected. Birmingham Ledger,
is to elect a United States Sen- There is no dodging the question The STAR receives letters fre-
a,.ed4 by all means it should this year. UH who. does not vote quently from. parties it other states
Mr. Bryan. the Parker lesdtoral ticket contrib- who want- information about
utes to the election of Theodore asluesville and Alachua county.
not swap the Philippines to Rookevelt as mtloka s if he had vot- Many people are becoming Interest-
for a cheap gunboat ano edditly forth letoral csndi-econ
b t Cha or s dates r paning in his interest.- edi this cto.
boat to Chia, or scu Times-Union. If what has been stated in some
Sadrift? We can't quite subscribe to the recent news dispatches Is true, the
.**,ablicaus are not feeling above, but certainly no Vemocrat war between theJaps and Russians
-table. as they would he who falls to vote the Parker ticket certainly bids fair to go down in
St Btyasl, Cleveland and will have any right to kick it bistoty as one of the world's most
anot come toge.her. R. foosevelt should be elected. terrible conflicts.
e. r big ti I v iaieville "Golden Rule" Sam Tones, may. The people of the entire State of
Ssinle -r;-l-rre l -It or of Toledo, Ohio, diedat his home lorida sympathize deeply with.
She ion6 i ii that city Tues4ay eveninat lat, O, blrtal Robert Bullock, of Ocala,
'aptst" mlnirstet'"p', te a lingering IIln s. 1 p i the death ot his wire. who died
S"" remarkable wpanu. and was Very suddealy a few days ago.
S' -- orof whom ay t oU As. th next Ntbraka lgisa-
`oof the Hig ifdto be prud. r ,re is to elecdt Ultedt States Sen.
caller at the atort the dAtlnta t i atttnb Si.
,-,*xd when 9 rd gate Mr. rya or te plc.

wu "eR', i 'g,','

rn Stock, and are constantly receiv-
t ing "up-to-date" Shoes or Men,
Women and Children, at popular n
prices and of the best makes.

We call

I Particular attention to the Ladies
,. "Brockport" and Mfens "All Amer-
c1a" and "Walk Over" grades..

a .J. D. Matheson,

10oe and Leatl8e1 to0e. ijinteville, Fib.

W. R,. Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to buy

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





SRobt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given tu 4
All Business in This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail Orders Attendedltd o
Promptly. .

I Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.

Choice of Two Through Car Lines

-,"U we


Sea Island Cotton Seed. Bagging and Twine. Walrus Leather ,
Strips or Sides. Manufacturers oI the JAMES DOI1 IMPRO\ li

Gainesvi Ile,

. Florida.


THIS PAPER is published in the inter-
est of the Moral, Business and Politica In-
terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
Florida, and in the financial interests of its ,
editor and proprietor.
THE STAR is the PEOPLE'S paper, '
and will advocate such candidates for office :
as the editor conscientiously believes are the i
people's best friends when principle, expert
ence and ability are all considered, and,
% while friendly suggestions are always wel-
| corned, the policy of THE STAR will be con-
trolled only by its editor and proprietor.
SEND US ONE DOLLAR and receive e
for twelve months O


D. E. GODWIN, Editor,

S(Jainesville, ~ ~ Florida. .

. <1A. 0 .A *

Air Line Railway
Schedule Iffectiv'e December 7, 1903.


9 35a
tu 15
12 20p

I 26rp
5 581)
5 lup
-1 1.4P
5 lip
7 o.p
7 2.8
7 45
6 oop

8 3uP
10 4j5P

12 .5::a
2 i1 ;
.7 20a
.1 i88
5 39"I
1 23u
6 4.S

3 .101)
.5 0.1p
.5 36P

I.v J.icksoni ilk.
1 .\r I'.rian li. a .
.\ r ltritiswii'k .
Ai Savainnah .
Ar Iairfa x. ..
Ar Duenmark .
A r .'oliu lii. . .
Ar Cain. ll .

l.v Jacksonville .
S. aldwin
. W aldo .
Ar ... Cedar Key .
I.v Silver Springs .
. Ocala .
. Wildwood..
Orlando .
. Dade City .
.. Plant City .
. Palmetto
Sarasota .
Ar .......Tampa .

34 66
9 ooa 7 5 io 15a 9 oop
12 uIp 1 35ap
I iJ()p 1 50a
3 09p I 44a
.; 57p 2 22a
.5 3Po 3 55p

I 54 I 34 1 1<-(

. Ar io 5oa
1. I 12a
S 8 2Soa
S. Lv 7 14a
S. Ar 7 14a
. Lv 4 5oa


1 2 1

4. 5)'k
72 .11)


I.v Jacksonville .
Ar Lake City .
Ar Live Oak .
Ar MAadisou n .
Ar Monticello .
Ar Tallahassee .
Ar Quinc, .

- 3 40op 5
S 5 51 PI 'a
S 6 35> 12 .,II
S 7 551) 1 5`1'

1 .71

.I, -at / .u 3 P 54 a A"rr iver junction . ..5 s
-----IO Ilnlt. ... 9 55P 8 05a Ar Pensacola . . .
Ar \iu liniigton . 12 o0 p Ar Mobile . ..... 2
T I TOIC / O r Southtern l'"ie"i I mI iSp 9 ;6a Ar New Orleans ......... 7 5
rS LO aleigUIS M 53P 10 45a Lv acksonville. "................: p
ST LO U IS 9m o Ar [u'rtsmouth....... 8 uoa 5 35P Ar Macon. .... ............ 3 .I,
Ar Richiuionid, V.. 6 35 2 Atlanta... ........... 7-'
-VIA-r----Ar.washingtonl o loa 8 30P Chattar.ooga . . S
Ar laltimore . 25a i 25 Nashville . . 9 o
A Ar h'biladelphia.......... I36p 2 5ua St Louis....... ..........73,,a
A tlantic C oast L ine. Ar Nw ork 4 15p 6 30a Chicago .. ........ 9 .
Colllections for l'alinmetlo, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except .Sa alir-
Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through Atlanta dlv.s, from i ainesville.
and Chattanooga. rail, No. 3.1.SeaoardI Express, drawing room -1ullman eepers betaeei
and atanooga. rampa, Jacksonville and New Vork, via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibultd
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dlniig
Round Trip Rates From Gainesville ca service fro Jashington, via Richmacksonville.
No. 66. Seaboardtl Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars betlee,
$44. 0 $36 80 .ksonvilleand ashigton ad drawing roo Pullman sleepers between Tanla,
$44-. 0 u.3 0-80 Jacksontville anl New York.
I NO. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Wililford,. Wannee and intl r-
Oil' sale daily. Good till Decenm- iO sale daily. Croi)d sixty lis imialte points, and at Archer with Barly Bird branch.
ber 25. 9 Nos 56 and 57, Plullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
er 2 22.35 'ey West nd Havana. Lave Port Tampa sunday, Tuesdays
22355 Thursdays,11:1.5 In.
2Q 65 A.0. MAcON El. I Aas't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
I On sale July 19 anmd 26. Good te(1 E. C. COIit Ticket Ameut. Gainesville.
On sale daily. Good fifteen days. Days and in coaches only.
For rmervations and information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Iine, or write I
AAA %?DA XT" f QVI AM '--.1,Io-rSt. 1

Au qlrem: KFANM K Bu Lonju, om'I] Agt., W. 1). STARK, Tra.v PasAgt.,
138MW. Ray St., Astor Building, Jacksons ille, Fla
H. M. EMERSON, Traf. fgr., W. J. CRAIG, Gem. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmington,.N. Wilngton, N. C.

Subscription to the
Twice-A-Week Star.

(ainesville, Florida.
Opposite Brown House.
'Phone No. 97.

To F Thomas



Persoal atttntiom to all
meatera it this line. Mall
,and 'teleguaph orders
S,, :^B 'y -attededri to.

CHRmST"01m1mrFR M.STHm-:SON.
ArroIIM-:v AT' LAW.
Gainsesville. Floidia.
Office in Miller's ILaw lstnl

1) N AI. SI KT 'N.
Porcelain Inlay work and tile r-gtila.
lion of teeth specialties. Office in MItl-t
ler's Law IxchanRge, with |r. ,. I.
Tison, Gqijipsville, lla.

Your Chickens, Eggs,
vegetables and in fact all'
kinds of Country Pro-
duce, .

Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce. and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

Us when you want Sta-
ple and Fancy Groceries.
ve'Qie tu a" Trl-,
c~~im~ I Co..

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
Time Table in Effect July 11, 1903.

DaNo. 6. No. 4. No. .
.icep "Daily. Da STATIONS. Daily. Dy. I'
Sunday.S da.

% 4
1.4 4
8 r

Le r. M

945 Ar
12(oOL' 6 I1.5
113p10 7 16Ar

Ar P M Ar A. %0.

I.v A

7 u
7 27
S 411
11 00
8 1B p
1I 10 a
4 i0 p
"Ar PM

Iirhed Ar P. M. Ar M. Ar PU.
.airfield ... ...... Goo
rvine ..... ...... ..... ... .....
.. ou.th de .. ...
... llck .. ... ....... ....
LAke Simonlon 0
.... ..... M tai op I... ...... ...... .... i I 0
Ta." u a ... .... ... .... .. .. .. 1
Kirkwood .... 6 .
S ...Cl att .. ... .... t
..... Plewellea ..... .. 45 6
. ....Waoe Palot................. ... ...... 4

.......... e ,... :.:.;:: 8m e
....... Pon w .... i. I 1
t........ Im B city...... 5 10
--J splY~ele, 0J. s. w r ,. .
|M *f itlay, .j.a Iw ...... ..... ..
,.Valdoata.O. B. .. 4 t 'a !i ...i....
...mp y S c ,i,- ... ..' 1 10
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