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 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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A WI rE ESERLTER- What It I id for One, and Is Doing Financial Condition of the Crunty In
ROM F LOF0 for Others. bloodd %hape
I lere i. inn ii lent which c.ii itup in The cointil coimmissioners were all
F OM FLORIDA it La b.ikrtilpty court in Chicago, and it is last week equalizing tlxes The
--- o'1Y e f the tma%', experience -s to finances of the county are inl fine coni-
whiich n a .aisioii for gmarmliilg Ii .tgs edition as the .following statement Phows:
Desert'r Apprehended itnd Ar-, io for e.I School funds.... .o.owin .a.ten5 51
rested i Tennessee. \ere yu live now?" askI an General fund . 9406 91
rested In Tennessee. of .llev, f C- o Roadm fuald 7.2
attorimev mmf V II. l.m1 lFev, of C: a o ine and loufeiture fund 14037 6
inii proceediim. ,t.f,,te a referee in bank- a Veardenm und ...... o370 o

ONCE LIVED IN (AINESVILLE "'Wherever I happen to light," an- Total . ... ..4o864 8
swered Mr. [,'uidley. The county does not owe a dollar for
Before lie fmild u biussness, owing anything. The county buildings court
Married In Starke-Will He 4ltoO,OO more than hlie could pay, Mr. house, jail, etc.-are all in first class re-
Tried for Desertion and Lailley had lived at the Hotel Metrop. pair and will not require any toney
Bigamy. olc'. li steps towsdilsani easy anl comin- spent on them for years to come. With
B for tahlte imuimnner of lingimg had been fairly this showing the commissioners decided
of a wife deserter who once lived i'l u earned. Iteginmillg life as a telegraph to-reduce the rate of taxation-makitng it
(;uinesvllle, the Starke Telegraph sai-: operator lh saved litOJ out of his slender now 10 mills instead of 2% mills---or
"(George E. Tyle who left here v rly i n salaryy aad enmbp -ked in business on a $2.5o per thousand less. We consider
thlie spring Is now in jail itl Chatitadoogn., small ,cle at Alarvuette, Mich. By close this a most excellent show iing and coln-
Teuni and will be brought back to Starke attention to his affairs lie made money, gratulate the commissioners as well as
to answer to a charge of wife dleserlion made a great deal of money. Then he the citizens of the county.
anid another of bigamy. moved to Chicago. increased his business
Tyie came to Starke early in it 3aiul amid established branches in other cities. Tent Fleeting.
onI July 2, of the same year was marrielI He hal a fortune at his command, and Micanopy, July 16.
to Miss Allie Alvarez, daughter of Mr. jinliciously managed or invested, the re. Editor STAII:-Please announce in
and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez, of Starke. turns would have been more than suf- your paper that Rev. Thos. J. Nots.
Shortly after their marriage they moved ficient to keep himn in ease for the rest of worthy will begin a meeting in his
to Gainesville, where they resided for his life. large tent at Micanopy on Sunday July
several months. They then moved to VWith the possession of wealth there g4th inst.
Lake Butler, but after a short stay there e me a desire to amuse himself, to in- Brother Norsworthy has held meetings
returned to Starke. At this time Tyle's dulge in, his whims and fancies, to In- at High Springs, Apalachicola, and
health was poor and his wife's parenmfa crese his already large fortune at the other places in Florida, and many pieces
received himinto their home and c'treil expense of others. He developed a fond- in the South. He is a great man in
for him until he was able to retlu-n to neb for poker. God's hands, and has lead hundreds
work. He then went to Lake City, leau One year after the mania for gambling of souls to Christ. -
ing his wife here. *At Lake City he fol- had seized him he stood in court a con- lie is, himself a strong Methodist,
lowed his trade as a barber for a short fe.sed bankrupt, admitting that he did but he isa in the work to lead souls to
time, -but finally left the St.te a id nioth- not have a dollar in the world, and owed Christ. Hlie wants to see them saved
ing more was heard of him until hlie was far more than most men earn by a life- and then select the church of their
located a few days ago at ChatLu'ttnim g. time of toil. All of his moniy, and choice.
"Since deserting his wife here in April more, had been swept away at poker and R. J. Wells,
a child has been bosn to the uniomi andmi turn, had gone to the feed of those birds T'. C. Micanopy.Circuit.
the deserted wife and child are stopping of prey that we c1ll gamblers.
with her parents. Frmm tlie IHotel Met opole to ulst any Mrs. Blalock Dead.
"It has been learned from what is co-i whcre. to "wherever he lights." Caused o D
sidlered a reliable source tilt at the ltine li' gmamblbling. That is the stury in a nut- Mrs. Blalock, Wife of an old Confeder-
of his marriage here Tyle had a living shill The f' .-mer maan of affairs can ate veteran, died at her home in North
wife, from whom he had never been di. fnow foin with the hobo in singing: Gaineavil!e Friday, and was buried at
forced, and in addition to tife charke of "A.ny old place I can hang my hat Antioch church Saturday.
wife deserting he will lie tried oin a clihrge '1'o me Is 'iHome, Sweet Home.' Deceased leaves to mourn her demise a
of ligauiy." It maiy be claimed that where a man as large family, and other relatives and I
ritiirl by gambling, drink or any of friends. A sad feature of the case is two
t'i t oe. powering vices it is his own fault, daughters are now also quite ill
Don't Tear 'Em Up. ,, It mbmulmi b remembered that a man Dr. T. F. Thomas was funeral director.
We have noticed that some pe.Cp',li. lve duts ii Icecome a gambler, a drunkard To the bereaved family and friends the
a habit of destroying tlio-e l.tt'tm 1.1l-.r .>r ImItmu1 m fiend in q day. It takes Star unites with a sympathizing -public in
cards that Postmaster Arnow pIm,, ,ii n ,.i, r at mnan is initiated into these extending sympathy in this their hour of
their boxes and draw's at ihe p" O.lIce .. I, ,,r he beconmei confirmed in sore affilction.
to remind them that box ient is ducl i it I I >r.ctiLe It 1i only when the habit
is wrong to tear up and throw aniuv i).- i., .11 I tha.it lie can no longer resist the Miller Block Sold.
cards; they are the p'ope..! of tih p..I ,-', ,i|.i...,n tiley. exercise upon himu. One of the most important property
office people, and there a.e p'lei.. of [',-ni.>lmi.,n I so terrible in its power to transfers that has been in this city for
then on hand -weknow leneme if c i I ., ,I.,m ..m. l estroyl that the Divine some time was the sale last Friday, of
of them for when we let one sity 'i .r l ,Ti',ml ,,i .I c'.ipre. ly taught men to the handsome Miller block owned by
drawer a few days Ihe po.1tm,-, m.. .. t .. Iw. d.lvcreil tromt it. These Mr. 'hiillip Miller, to Mr. C. A. Col-
smie of his clever helpers pulsn mf-..iisl: .. e.|I I,)c n.i tmt.ii.iIuIl if there aes no clough. The block contains four nice
one il, and when we finil two % blue l .i,1 uiil\s. .lmli. the oppurtunitv is not brick stores, with nice office rooms above.
inii our drawer, for one andI time s. u'i i11 .' I1i it t' :,.t te mip.ation is always It is some of tne most desirable property
lu.arter's rent we usually go omit ,m Il I. > ,11 .',l" .,I' i ii-iall-illa sight, but its itn the city.
to honrow a dollar prid pay the r. mil it b m-. ., e .ms..i at liandm to entice the Mr. Miller will probably go into busi-
fore a third one finds I way into .li, -.m, im mt ithe ltuil, s, that once having neas in Jacksonville, and if he does his
drawer. .,i t li-le uf l I money they never let Gainesville friends will regret to give
)u't Lear up, or otlhe.-i-se those cards, boys; buit do I-ke we .'-- 'IiThe ide i lth.t very vice should be al'ow
paper men do; let 'em s'.ay in tile box el 10 Iluurish uirestrained and make
until you get the money with which lo v0icli. of iall it canl bring into its power Killedat I'lgiapring.
pay the rent, and if the postofice p op'e i a doctrine fit for devils and not for John Beach, an oldand respected citi-
auk you why you leave that pait of youL- hiimiailn bleiings.-T'Ianipa Times. zen of Hiph Springs was run over and
,a.'.l ......,-,-* ... ,.,, ........t t "ou wat killed by an A. C. L. engine Saturdav

sonic left in the bos for see(t.
Buit don't take out those duns and
tear 'ema. up and ;brow 'ei oit thie
streets, for if you do you'll get auothtr.

5aptlO, Methodi*t. Presbyterian.
Thie Baptist, Methodist and Presbyte-
rians of this city will hold union services
every ?unday night from now until the
last Sunday in September, to all oe which
services the public is cordially invited.
July 24, at Baptist church, Rev. W. I.
Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
-July 31, at Methodist church. Rev. T.
P. Ilay, of the Presbyterian church.
August 7, at Presbyterian church, Rev.
11 i. Rogers, gf the 1laptist church.
August 14, at Baptist church, Rev. T.
P Hlay, of the Presbyterian church.
August :t, at Methodist church, Rev.
8. B. Rogers,. of the Baptist church.
August 8S, at Presbytertan church, Rev.
W. j. Carpenter, of the Mefhodist church.
September 4, at Baptist church, Rev. W.
J. Carpenter, of the Methodist church.
September it, at Methodist church,
Rev. T. P. Hay, of the Presbyterian
September 18, at Presbyterian church,
Rev. S. B. Rogers, of the Baptist church.
September 25, at Baptist church, Rev.
T I'. Hay, of the Pnrsbyterian chuich.

Prof. Jie. W. Widemsa..
The Times-Uanio of Shuday had the
following compHLm taty ittfte of Prof.
Wideman of this .tyl W. Wdemsa,
ont of thb lead 0q in the ate,
wasin the city thi interest
01 the Unlvery o r. Mrla Wide-
'an states thit lto a i uia tforsa large
attendance this e TsulWrelt- are
tbigbt Mr. nKa iLat teoi"0 sd
a diploma frim 'i, '. Otfeeat
Ville, S. C., et N'' A. o f .
..'identc e -a,.,. fior

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Questions and Answers.
hen ldid thIe Suitaese Tu is die? .Jan-
uary 17, 1874.
When were I'uillmaan cass first run?
March ', 1S74.
Whemh was the Isle of Mani sold? June
1i, 17 5.
In what year were women prohibited
froin working in thie i-mgliml coal mines?
li nI mXo.
In 1850.
i'h en were pins first tadle? In 1824.
WVhen was a tax paid by bachelors in
the United Kingdom? lFron 1695 to 1706.
What is the largest steamship in the
world, and when was it launched) The
Baltic; launched November 21, 1903.
When was Aguinaldo captured by Gen.
Funston? March 17, 19o0.
When was the trooklyn bridge begun?
January 3, 18714. When opened? May
24, 18813.
When was the first execution by elec-
tricity in this country? August 11, 1889,
when William Kempler was killed at
Sing Sing.
When was the sewing machine com-
pleted by EIlias lHowe? In 1846.
When did Rome lecomie the capital of
Italy? In 1870.
When did John Brown make his raid
into Virginia? In 1859.
When was Ireland conquered by Henry
II? in- 1172.
What two ex-presidents of the United
States died on the same day? Adams and
Jefferson, on July 4. 1826.
When and by whom were baloons in-
vented? In 1783, by the Montgolger
Brothers, in France.-Jacksonville Me-

Cemetery Benefit
The most laughable game of ball ever
seen in Gainrevill will be played nhit
Thursday afteinosm for the benefit of the
cemetery fnnd. Every player will wear
a mother bubbar. The following in the
tse up:

IMot i .. ite .

night in the High Springs yard. The a
verdict of the coroners Jury in the ase
said he came to his death by an accident
for which no oe was responsible. Mr. ]
Reach *as an aged man and almost blind C
and deaf, while the accident ia deeply re-
greted it seems that no one is to blame.

Attention K. of P.
There will be a regular communication I
of Mt. Vernon Lodge-No. so K. of P. at 1
their Castle H.all Tuesday evening at
8 o clock. e
A full attendance desired and visitors I
cordially welcomed. J. A. Phifer.
K. of R. sand fC
Real Estate. 9
If you have city property improvedd or
unimproved)-farmnnlng, track, pasture
timber or phosphate land for sae seand
me full description and lowest prices,
terms, etc. I can find you a buyer.
Attorney at Law, C
21Feb Im Gainesville, Pla. c

Sooet mud slpo6.
Boots are supposed to have been the
invention of the Cartans. They we e
mentioned by Homer. W07 B. 0.
Grecian women possessed twenty-two
kinds of footgear, which may be
classed as thoeo which cover all the
foot up to the ankle and those which
simply tied on the top of the foot wlt1
wide ribbons or straps. Theo practtee
of shoe "and sandal wearing can be
traced back for some thousands of
years and la probably of eastern origin.
Frequent mention is made of the shoe
In the Bible, from the book of Bxodus
to the Acts, and there is mention made
of a shoe latchet as early as the time
of Abraham.
wood& as Charooter.
A scientist has recently been Investi-
gating the effect of food. particularly
vegetables, on the human character.
He affirms that a diet oft carrot ameli-
orates harshness of character aid re-
duces nervous trritability; peas creaft
Joyousness, while taurlps have a de.-
pressing influence. Cabbage la gopd
for pulmonary complaints, while lettuce
acts as a sedative upon the human
frame owing to the opium contained
in its milky Juice.
A Center ot AttretIloe.
"I shouldn't be surprised it our child
should be a great statesman, with exa
extraordinary talents for fllbusternag."
said the father
"Why, he can't evem talk yet," said
the mother.
"That' true. He hasn't anything to
say, and yet look at the time an 4 at-
tenUton he cann monopolse."-Waah.
ington Star.
mathTer'a heoa"ensuissu,
"The trouble with father," said the
glided youth, "Is that he has no Idea
of the value of money."
"You don't mean to Imply that he is
a spendthriftt
"Not at all. But he puts his money
away and doesn't appear to have any
appreciation of all the things he might
buy with it.P-Bxehange.

Try Pagan's market for best meats.
A communication from "Tax Payer"
will appear in our next issue.
If you want to buy, rent or ntoll a
house-See Moyers.
- Charlie H. Halle, a prominent business
man of Live Oak, is in the city.
W. C. Bevill, of Arredonda, was trans.
acting business in the city Friday.
Hon. W. 0. Robinsou returned from a
week's vacation at White Springs Sunday.
Mrs. W. Lee Smith, returned a few
days ago from a several days stay in
Major W. R. Thomas and Mr. Phillip
Miller aire spending the week at Atlantic
T. F. Davis and wife, of Rocky Point,
were among the shoppers in the city
Clarence Gracy, of Fountain Creek,
Tenn, was in the city several days last
week on business
Capt. N. A. Caflison, of Bennington,
was greeting old friends and forming new
ones here Saturday.
Mrs. Uovey Bell and sister, Miss
Gtuelle, have returned from a visit to rel.
stives and friends in Georgia.
Cleaning and bleeahing Panuma hate
neatlyandaloaptly does by Mrq M A.
iSln, aW t iFHouse.. 21a tf 1
Rev. B. B, Rogera, pastor of the ifst
Baptist Church, went down to Otter I
Creek and preacd tSunday night. -
Hoas. Juo. N. C. Steokton, of Jackson-
wille, passed through the city yesterday (
srouts to his phophate ihao at BVe. J
Mr B.,. .Lomu, Sr., of S lpfg, was I
in the city Satorday and p0 d to a itar a
pleasant call. Co agaI Mr. L aoAM.
Misses Cayde and aIith Lott, of Wayq.
ro.e, Os.. a-e guste of their cousins, '
Mls BeattU and Cairs Miller, thlisalty t
W. D. BfUte, a vli s4 emplye of the
tlantic Coast Line. asd ad a staunach
riendof the 5TAaL waa Itte citv satur-
lay.' --
George L, Tylor, maar the
3auunla llPeh Otelmant- npaijy,
ras In the city friday from Is boema at
'al.mer ..
R. L. tringfell.ow, of Jacksonveill/
as In the city yesterday is te Ildterest
f SBtringfellow Bros., wholeale grocery b
company. tI

Does Your


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 ob leaves our
shop. None but the best material ued, and. you will
not grumble st the prices either.

M. C. Stevens,
e .

Hi h Springs, 'F lrI4
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POAth qutuW'ax.
)or~oolya, ZI' V.. April s1,gg
D~r 6. 1. 0Idmhmgs
b$ar dirl-rWil yjj idYC* kfojrhlg m5d
by motan isal if you canmased your bam
Wk09.1 Vf iAIr Qrow-Srthe 'Usirp6rhl.'m
1~tda~ntc auitfso I WHIl s04...YeU
I stal nowsfoi the ""as, Flees.inhrta
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I JA shipment of the finest kind-of black
cypress las arrived in the city *ith which
Mr. J, B. McDonmald's fine residence ais to
be finished,
Toma Mclleath Jr.. after ani illness.of
several weeks, in able to lie out ,gain.
Tl'om', friends are delightedJ to see him
well rngaii.
J. II. D)enliing. a iprotlmitent yomiK *g t-
torney of Columbia, Teliie.ssee, was inl
the city mtn professional business a few
days last week.
A. J. Doyle, the clever representative
of '. W. Bartleson grocery company ar-
rived in the city Sunday, and" will spend
-a while in the interest of his firms.
Miss lilda Webb, a pleasing young
lady of High Springs, passed through the
city Saturday en route to Daytona, where
she will visit the Misses Lambdin.
Capt. J. S. Dupuis, of Bland,' was in
the city Saturday. The Captain is a.
prosperous farmer, and one of the lead-
ing citizens in the Alachua section.
The party who "took in" the Sunday
excursion to White Springs reports hav-
lug had a delightful time' and say the
hotels at that resort are full of guests.
Cuba Lands-Largs Tracts for
colonixation purposes at low
prloes while they lest. Address
J. 0. Andrews, Galnesville, Fla.
Miss Allle ipperson, a charming young
lady of Williston, passed through the
city yesterday afternoon rn route home
from Jacksonville, where she had been
visiting friends.
Revs. Carpenter, Methodist; Craighill,
Hpiacopalian; Hay, Presbyterian, and
Rogers, Baptist, each p-eached on the
Sabbath, and Sabbath observance last
Sunday morning.
Mrs. J. M. Endel, and her charming
daughter, Miss Fannie, departed Sun-
day for Waynesville, N. C., where they
will spend the remainder of the summer
with relatives and friends.
Sheriff L. W. Pennell, Morgan Fennell,
I. M. Riles, P. M. Colson, L. O Lynch
D. R. Godwin and Rev. J. B. Holley
were among the Gainesvihe people who
were in Jacksonville yesterday.
Rev. C. V. Waugh has been called by
the West Palm Beach church to supply
for them during the summer months and
until he opens his school at that place in
the falU.-Southern Baptist Witness.
Mrs. Dora Walace for a long lit"e ig
resident of this city, but now of 'J'alla.
hassee, is the guest of Mrs. J. W, Tench,
this city, and her .many Gainesville
friends are delighted to see her again.
His Honor Judge J. T. Wills, of btarke,
spent Friday night and part of Saturday
in the city. The Judge is making the
Eighth ci cult one of the best judges that
the State has ever had, and he is much
appreciated by our people.
Mr. and Mrs. Hague Stiickland, of
paradise, returned a few days ago from a
visit to the latter's relatives iu Tampa.
Mr. Strickland says he enjoyed the visit
but was delighted to get back to Alachua
county, where he can get good water.
Dr. Merritt Corthell, the celebrated
New' York oculist, with present head-
quarters at Interlachen, was at the Browon
House Thursday and Friday. His next
visit hmre will be on the s8th inst. The
Doetoer says he is stuck on Calnesville as
a raldetce town, and may anon locate

MI 1iAprv.-Happinamm depends lagie
ly a the conAition of one's feet. 1-e
imon of the feet depends principally
a the qas jty of the shoe you wear..
qr q.ralty oC thqe Ibea de ntIs larAely
sn wnw*ysr t fget them, Therefore, t
no would bI happy, bua your hos

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Though a Rpbl has a* many o
ri',d. in this nt y es ny1 otser man, a
aid tiay all erat tre seanat have the h
nie down this way Or~aando Sentinal. i
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I Dv. Merriftl l60fthel
The Celebrated New York City
N l X 1"
Visits to Galnesville
July 28th-29th "
Vtliturltky from 2 o'clock
To Friday ut 2 o'clock.

Srown House Parlor.
Newberry, Monuday morning
July 5.

Its the circuit court, Bighth Judicial
circuit, Alachua county, Florida. In
chancery. ,
Josephine Davis
vs. a Bill for Divorce.
Arthur Davis, }
It appearing by affidavit appended to
the bill filed tn the above a stated cause
that Arthur Davis, the defendant therein
named, is a resident of the ltate of ylor-
ilda, and baa been absent from hilkir*-
deuce for more than sixty days pre ed.'
ing this order of publication a dis' con-
cealing himself so that service cannot be
made upon hint and is over the age of
twenty-one years; it i therefore ordered
that said resident defendant be and he is
hereby required to Appear to the bill of
complaint filed in said cause on or Wefore
Monday, the tat day of AugAuit, A, D.
I904, otherwise the allegationa ot aid
bill will be taken as confessed by said de-
It sl further ordered that this order be
published once a week for tour consecu-
tive weeks in the Gqlneaville Star, a
newspaper published in said county and
This June 3o, 1904.
tLNAr,.] H. C. Denton,
Clerk Circuit Court.
By S. H. Wfenges, Deputy clerk.
A true copy of original.
H. C. Denton.
clerk circuit court
Per S. H. Wienmesa i c.

Per W lPena. .
Solicir for complainaa. tI.. Mason,
Solicitor fo compn. Solicitor for complainant. V 'e ;
[ln the Circuit Court, Elghth Judicial In the Crcuit r, ghth H i tieal
Circuit, Alachu county, Florida. In circuit Alacha county, Florida. I
Alice Collins D ie chancery.
vs. Bill for Divorce. Mary A. Nettles
Richard Collins, J vs.a Bill for Divorce,
It appearing by aildavit appended to Mr Nettles, b i
the bill flied in the above stated ca u tge g ahri dbyiltt 5vit abpsAte
that Richard Collins. thie Defandt tr m Tm ea the a :u',u emt
therein named is a resIdeat of the State n MIad deta t w
of Florida, and has been absent from his aIlleds. a resident ofthn SI l a
residence for more than sixty days pre deaace forr absent J hes bls
ceedin this order of publication an a toisgthaeosder.
conceding himself so tht service cannot igtbi5 od..ii
be made upon him ml is over theW ao ceal g hMse f-I' y i,
twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered made pesa hi. m al .
that said resident defendant Wbe. ad he twSty-no earmi. Ilt l
Is hereby re uired to appear to tiotil tf hath ndot daut
complaint .fied in said cause on o en ur, Ina to to
Monday; the ot day of AugUsti, n.ij iitredn slit
190o4, otherwise tbe alegationWs Mond VAOS thay Id ayo
will be taken a. coanf sed y. d. .4e ft i.
It is further odarod t s
lblised ..a .i b~t
pagr p uublh.4i fd tl a .
his J 3a Ue 364 '
r8EAL]. H.' 0.Dnta .' .. '
SBy S. H. Wiengeo, DepOtyialrk. A.J .
A twrue copy of qriginal., H.
o. 'olerk clfult Court. A trre
W tens, court.

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Ir tthe circuit court, lltllith .1
Circuit, Alachua county,
chancery, .
lmh ttle I'. ilt kerson "
'... Hill for
V A Will er o,. "' J
I1 i-:mr ing hy naffilavit a
the 1l# fil-ltm 1i lithe m'i %e %st(40
ll.itl % A. '1 ilkertil., the 4f
therein II.LlneLI. IS a president of
of I loritla. iml lini s b-en abs Sat
reasilence for mure than sity
ceeding this order of publication
concealing himself so that servki
be made upon him and is over
of twenty-one years; it is therefore
dered that said resident defendant be
he iW hereby required to appear to
bill of complaint filed in aid cause o p
before Monday, the rat lay of Al
A. D. 194, otwe thalega
said bitl will be taken asa onfeas dl
said defendant.
It is fnthar ordered that this O Q ir
published once a week for four
tive weeks in the Gaineavillet Pe r,
newspaper published in said county
State. ;.
This June 30, 1904.
[SRAL...] I. C. Deton,
Clerk Circuit
By aS. Wienges, Deputy ttk'
A true copy of original.
H. C. Denton,
clerk circuit court.
Per S. H. Wi age', D. c.
E., tfor n

11P1 R 6 M#1uRhf. 4 r
In the circuit Coutti (tu01
circuit, AlaehuBs county, 'llesi.a
Mamile lntee )
146. Bill tfe DivarS, ;.
Love Hinlce, ) ,;', :
It appearing by aJdavit s
the bill fdied in the above ld
that Love Enice, the defenaut-
named,. Is a resident of tht State o
14a, and 74aa be absent fwaa him
Atmae tpr mef than sixty days
ng tbWordar o.ub plication anta o .
made upew im 1I* aw- U I0
that said reet sM
hereby require te t th
complaint filed an euae O or
Monday, the lta day Of AIhti "
z90o4, otherwise the al.61 ti a o il
bill will be taken as cone by
defendant .
It sl further ordered that ttis order 41
published once a week to four a
tive weeks in the Gainesville t,.
newspaper published in said county A1|
Thia June 30o, 1904.
[SsAT.] H. C. Deto .
Clerk Circuit tlaCourt.
By 8. H, Wiengew, Deputy CTerk. "*4
A true copy of original. .'
H. 0. Dento,
clerk circuit court.

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EX.President of Transvaal
Republic Goes Hence.


.A Leader of Booer In Their Fruitless
Contest With England He Won
Patriotic Plaudits of thy

Paul Kruger, former president of the
,~'' isvAal republic, in South Afrina,
'~A'lded at Clarens, Switzerlanil, Thurs-
day morning from pneumonia and su-
perveping heart weakness.
Mr. Kruger lost consciousness Mon-
i' day. His daughter and son in law
' were will him at the time of nis
death. He had been out only once
since his arrival at Clarons at the, be-
ginning of last month.
4' The ex.presidont's body was em-
i bhalmed at once and the remains placed
.lt a vault pending funeral arrange-
rmeatte. applicationn will be made to
'te Britleh government for authority
-..to transport the remains to the Trans-
,al. In the meantime they will be
<' tanporarlty interred at Clarens.
.' Mr. Kruger, who was staying at the
;itla Idu tnolkhKt, had been gradually
ifail(xg for a long time, but he was
'ale to attend to affairs, read the
newspapers and received viltas until
-J" 'A change for the worse set In On
aliy. He became unconscious Mon.-
.id remained so until his death.
l several occasions Mr. Kruger
Sepressed a desire to be buried
i his wife, In his own country.
",' he post mortem of the body show-
thW.t Kruger died of senile inani-
Wll. The state of the ex-president's
th had been kept secret.
SS Btlephanus Johannes PAulus Kruger,
| r.tent of the South Afrloan Re-
.itioe.4,wbs born In Coleeburg. Cape
06n, Obtober 10, 185. His ancesl.
I JaioW lCrut, t went from Berlin
^W thettph Cast India Cobmpany's
#'tlI. at the time when the
laps of many etf the leading
Wflel were being laid by immi-
In1-186 young Paul shared
I fatally the hardships of the
t i'reki, when the blunders of their
.tsth colonial administration made
le of the leading Boers of Cape
t and drove them to a selff.Im
eWile which resulted In the
di of a new South African Re-
..bpyond the Vaal.
preparaiQoi for the struggle with
iWhieh he had long regarded
I7.Sevittble. Kruger had put the
avsai) into an excellent defensive
a by the purchase of large quantl-
Of arms and ammunition.
't, events and results of the Boer
ire matters of history.
: After the fall of Pretoria (June f,,
), President Kruger fled Into Por-
ese territory, and on October 19th
e4 from Lourenso Marques for Eu.
l Win the hope of securing foreign
pir Intervention. He was received
:'Ith enthusiasm in France, but failed
i (-J ., obtain an audience with the Ger-
`1i~t(ui emperor and took up hIsis resl-
',iee in the Netherlands, making his
ai J|Bte in Utrecht and The Hague. His
f'flrta to secure foreign Intervention
-ilhied, but he continued to exhort the
I',losrs to stand fast to the last.

Causes Borrow in Paris.
A Paris special says: The death of
'.le president of the Transvaal, Paul
'.luger, at Clareon, Switxtaland,
',oUt ses widespread regret. owing to
lkch sympathy for the Boer cause
Spersnal admiration for the ex-

*je folded reference to the Boer
!"ut when it was occnalonally
ed, he showed no resentment
expressed the belief that Provi-
_0 'would eventually render Justice
*'-ie Boer aause.
-N, Berlin Eulogizes Kruger.
poi ey ning papers of Berlin, Ger-
| 'print warm enlogisos of former
ey Kruger, studiously avoiding
&ritfsh expressions.


tIs Citieasl Hold Meeting and
i1iMly Seere Many Officlials.
utlona were unanimously adopt-
i largely attended mass meet
et d slUe of Memphis, Tenn.,
alght which, in substance,
it lawlessness and crime
pgtp e4out of Memphis. The
severely crittiele certain
iedloal for not enforcing the
i A Sa lmmiltte waes named to
,* eeaollatla 'with a request that
-.la- e s b tNlio tuSeaent a to
jar expected of them in the

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poker Insislat on Retaining New iEm
ploys*, But Will Renstatet Old
Men in Order. of Applioation

In the Georgia house of represents-
tives, Wednedai,. after a warm debate
which was participated In bY seyieral
of the able.t speakers In the bouse, a
bill, requiring--that all ratiroad -com-
panies which enjoy the privilege, of
doing business in.Georgla, and of occ'u-
pying its roads and streets, shall se-
cure a Georgia charter, wais pained by
a vote of 97 to SO a*d Ordered Imnie
diately transmitted to the senate.
it is said that till. bll, while gen-
Oral In its terms, la aimed primarily
at thel southernn railway, as that is
claimed to be the 'only railroad system
In the state which oomes within the
provision of the lill as it li" drawn.
Should the bill become a law the effect
of it wonid be to require the Southern
to take out a state charter, urnlema the
measure should be declared unconsti.
ttitional by the courts.
"All that this bill requires,". mald Mr.
Hall, its author, in addremntag the
houte, "sla that those railroad corpora.
tions which exercise the rilht of emal
neat domain, which enjoy the valuable
fiqachlss of this state. ball become
citizens of Georgta and abide by itso
Mr. Hall claimed there was.no right
or justice l a great railway corpora
tion ilng ileborpoted in a foreign
state and eils)tilDg the valuable privl
lege. ranted by Georgla, without con
forming to its laws and statutes. A
great principle Is Involved, he do
l ared.
"This great corporation," said Mr
Hall, referring to the Southern rail
way, "controlled by Well street pow.
or, can make or unmake any man oi
community in the state of Georgia.'
"One man In Wall street can touct
a bell and destroy any altisen or cown
munity In the state of GeorglLa
"Have the people of Georgia lost aI.
their rights? Shall we remain a de
pendent of Wall street?" Mr. Hall ask.
in conclusion,
Mr. Slaton, of 'ulton, made the only
Speech in opposition to the bill. Mr.
S"Slaton paid he oonaldered there .wa
ian existing e+il to be remedied, but
he was sure It could not be done
throuigh.the bill of the gentleman front
I'libb. The United States supreme
court, be said, had passed on the quest
tion involved and lad held that sue)
measures were unconstitutional. Thi
bill wag retroactive, Mr. Slaton said
No such law could be passed and madi
to apply to a railroad that has beei
here fourteen years. .
The remedy, Mr. Slaton declared
was In application to the Interstatt
s commerce commission or the national
P congress.
Mr. Slaton declared that no burdens
were imposed on the people of the
state by ,the Bouthorn that are not Ip
posed by other roads. Within the state
the power of the railroad commiselor
tb remedy evils complained of Is full
lind explicit. But whod it comes to a
shipment from outside thb state it be
iomeor na ntiotal queatlon, and the
legislature cannot deal with It.
The decision of the United Stasto
supreme court referred to by Mr. Sin
ton was in a case brought against i
similar liw passed Iby the legislature
of North Carolina.


Embesling -Louisiana Postmaster Is
Brought Back from Canada.
United States Postoflice Inspectoi
Anderson rachedl New Orleana Thurs
day with Horatse S. FPcree, the dc
faulting postmaster of Jennings. La..
whom he arrested some days ago iIn
When the postoffire department dis
covered that Plere was a fugitive from
Jennings. Anderson was put on the
case. He found Fetree had roegsatered
in New Orleans under an assumed
name with a.woman represented sm his
wife. He got away before he could
be arrested. Anderson traced the
pair LO Cincinnati, thence to Chicago.
thence to Toronto and finally to Mon


Cuban* Anxious to Rid Harbor of the
History Making Hulk.
R. H. F. lSewell, of New Orleansi
has Informed the navy 'department that
he has made a contract with the Cu-
ban government to raise the wreck of
the battleship Maine, which bha lain
In the mud of the harbor of Havana
aince the explosion on the night of
February 15, 18B.
Before proedilng with the work, Mr.
Pewell says ha elIrea .to know what
claim, ft any, the United States gov-
ernment haa in the wreck.


Fire Stal In N. ewMpaper. Offee and,

PWolet p oUr io'l l is 1- -
POPPr Cent fteduetion. Entails HOVy Property Lese.
* representing the Pa l Fire in Covingtona Qa,, last Bonday
turers' Association, .l- night resulted in the deetrutio6 ofO
S* *ee Thursday that the property amounting to 1135.000, With
Atton mill operatives In $0000 Inaurauce.
4)lM bW reduced 1 12 The fre started iB the otar buUilg.
July 5 The cut The heavest nlosne are'.W. W A. ndel-
l lig about 25,. on, t14000; Rtd ind Whit oa
,,i building, $1i.000, and o.an o! lle
000; Broo.ks i B.Itb bwllI~o *3,000
....RDON ... ,... and on drags .991 tw'er I sth .r
"-" ,e ,00;0 *ti gento aitga $ll000

aVoteof "'"i ,, '.
tnat p ea P a0; mbta .albo. 't 6fl

tIWeatrnun3ts .MASI .! ylvw*.
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Another Picnic Horror Added
to Already Long List.


Eighteen people Killed Outright and
SlntylIght Others More or L9es
Hyrt-Most Horribtle

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iyghteen people, were killed and sllz
ty-eight Injured Wodneeday night in a
collision on the Chicago and Eastern
Illinois railroad at Olenwood, Ii., 22
miles south of Chloigo..
The collialon occurred between a
picnic train from nOhlago, w)ichl was
returning 'from Momence, Ills., and a
freight train, Intcf the rear end of
which it dashe'hat a high 'rate of
speed. A majority of the victims were
women and girls.
The picnic was the annual outing
of the members. of Doremus. After
upending the day on the picnic
grounds at Momence the train load
started on the return trip, running
as tihe second section of the regular
paEsenger train, which is due in Chi-
eago at 8:25 p. m.
WV'ihn Ihe picnic train reached Chi-
cago nHeights, 4 miles beyond Glen-
wood, here the accident took place,
It wa switched to the regular south-
bound trPck, and although It was going
north It was given a clear track by the
operator at Chicago Heights until It
shoulI reach Gleqwood, four miles
away. The train, after leaving Chi-
cago Holghte. gradually Increased its
speed, and when half the distance be-
tween he two stations had been cov-
ered, It was plunging along at the rate
of 40 miles an hour,
Train Blocked Both Tracks.
Just half way between Chicago
Heights And Glenwood there is a sharo
curve. As the picnic train tore
around this on tiLe soutbbotind track,
a freight train was backlog from the
southbound to the northtlound track.
It was partly on both tracks nd no
train could have passed it in either
The bend (S so sharp that the en*
gineor of the picnic train did not sas&
the freight until be was almost on it.
It was too late to do anything but it
set the brakes, but before they could
take effect the passenger train smash-
ed Into tne freight at full speed.
The locoyottlvea and the baggage
car of the passenger train went
through the freight and, were piled up
In a heap of wreckage on the farther
side of the Wilrdhlti'ack.
The first coach of the picnic train
plunged Into the wreckage and burled
Itself In a ftans of kindling wood,
Nearly all of the passengers in the
first cneuch were caught beneath the
mass .of debris and It was here that
the los6 of life Docu rred. The people
In the rear coaches were hurled from
sieir seats nad many of them were
bruised, but all of the serious casual-
ties occurred In the first ear.
The uninjured passengers and tratl
meant at once hastened to the assist
ance of those who were pinned under
the wreckage.
The wreck was two miles from any
habitation and much delay ensued be-
fore some of tha Injured who were
held down by heavy timbers cotrtl
be extricated. Nothing could be done
for them until lifting machinery came
from Chlcago Heights. The first train
to arrive at theo wreck came from
Chicago Heights and It carried six


Strike of Cutters in Packing Centers
Threatens Dire Results.
As a result of the strike of meat
cutters Inaugurated In Chicago and
In a number of other cities Tueaday,
the country Ia threatened with a meat
From New York, Philadelphia and
other cities In the east come reports
that the stock on hand will not last
longer than a week, and already the
advance In prices has begun.

To Proteat HIS Mother He Used Pistol
With Deadly affect.
Mrs. Robert Floyd. in Lowetry dis-
trct. Iaurene county, Georgia, wasa
killed Wednesday by Malcolm Currle.
Sthe 18 year-old son of Mrs. Elmina
Currie shot Mrs. Floyd six nr seven
times and then shot Mrs. Thomlis Cur.
rle,. his sister-in-law, in the side, in
iletIng a serious, but not necessarily
dangerous wound.
The row started by Mra, Currie en.
deavoring to get her child, which for
several years has been In charge of her
son; Thomas Currle, who married a
daughter-of Mri. Floyd.
It is said that Mrs. Floyd started
toward Mrs. Currie wit ha knite, Wbhen
the boy began shooting with a pistol
killing her Instantly.


Talk of bouth Georgia Man as an ls
dependent Candidate.
Frm tlmtimat friends on the beat
authority, taya The Atlanta Constitu-
tio., it la learnaq that. on. 8. G. Mo.
Lendom. of ThtmaslllUe may oppoMs
Jaoph M. Terehl ea an Independent
Ueket ftr the Bev6itrp 1hip et qGergia
this eomlng tafl.
;fUK ? wheser or Not Mr. MoLeandos
will makeW t6m rag 4e. sa to tie at
tttuad of GoVsr Tertell in retard ti
the aFtei ,.- It !* 1ukeown that m.
sliperbis 'srreegdblse, has passat
aJeoanit: 44 eiieba too,.n
nit withlle l a oi f O tBhead.

S I/t -wit ii6 *g W"edi

tiill )PMd In iolPia M4l"ot R*iquiv.
l(ag lA rittr. to Buwre legl
Oa Ir.tl charter

A Clilcago dispatch says: The IP*
which has demorallsed the jpaciin;
Industry throughout the eouttry bha
not yet beui settled, but there arq
Indications that It will alOd i be end-
ed by the adjuimtient of the diffcut-
tleb by arbitration .
After a conference wjehio lasted all
of Thursday afternoon bt*epn repl'e
ontatilves of thq packers a'nd officers
of the unions, the employers are wait-
Ing for an answer to a counter-pro*
posal which they submitted to Mlchael
Donnoly iIn reply to a statement of the
terms on which he Would be willing
to make a settlement. Mr. Donnelly
later said that the counter-propoal of
the packers would be rejected, and
that he wouOl in turn preaent a coun-
leidproposal at qnce".
The hitch In the negotiations is
over the reinstatement of the strikers.
The union demands that every man
who went on strike shall be given his

-Prdn CoUter'sa Woekly.

T t -esee fra;igilte c ritaft. di'is ii flyi1-1bihtp5 t'etd i lolt le tltl 'il1111'01o ft o ly t frol twelity-fiive to forty f,,t long, t they
hTv i ilatUt 'de an l i -pt, of" 1 l 0Y .!,il ii- flll" I rit Ill 1 9 arnt t, h t ofa Ior'p'iedo boat
dest ra 't.i o t al V sir u lph I Itnilt tihe lenigti.

STf SHAKESPEARE '-W ...I.. .. iw ui A ...,



Committee Calls at Oyster Bay, But
President Refuses to See Them.
A committee, consisting of M. P.
Burke. of Carbondale. Pa., and lienry
Kerskovlts, of Plymouth. Pa.. repre.
renting the central labor unions In
Lackawanna and I-uzorne counteles,
with a membership of 50,000 men. prim.-
cipally miners or niled workmen, vis-
Ited Oyster Bay, L. I., Tuesday to pre-
sent to President Roosevelt rosolutlori
adopted by the several central littur
bodies they represent urging him to
investigate the Colorado labor situa.-
The committeemen were received lhy
Secretary Loeb. whom they askf 't 'o
arrange an interview with the presi-
dent. Mr. Lopb offered to lay the reso-
lutions himself before the president.
but as the committee had been direct-
ed to present hem personally to tbh
president. Mr. Loeb'n proposition was
not atlsfaotory. The inembtrs of the
committee were Informed by t he. eo-
retary that a personal Interview with
the' president could not be arranged.
They left Immediately for home" to
report to a convent ion n session at
Pittatan. Pa.


Prlands of Parson Take Up Fight
Against His AsailUant in Albin).
Those seeneatlonai charges against
Chief of Police R. 'N. Wetl:rFe';
Whieh Were made by Dr. Len Q}.
Brouagton. when the latter was in
Albany, (Ia.. several weeks ago. anl
wheruq'1e Atlanta evasnlllst was-covw-
hbid4 tn a barber shop by Westbrook
t a4 latl beefi placed in the- hind
't lI 'to A. J. L "sppitt', o euxqol h"4w i
S tbeh4eof poltee eluut-

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ri-lor wih) diehi lust Mnlirit. T.JI, uli.v;
chief llts %i \\ ido ie I lpu ilinl ii s J ilt ill-
tlropid gilile li4nd bi' i unll'rrhil. n 11
inl'i aIgs't Ift l hl most l iliitlitial fitiilly
In lils trile.

It I. 4 'illill>.,'l li."'lv I. h iin 1)1111 1 I'i h l ,ni i.
dleriv'edl 1i s iiiin frt' i it i l l i\ Il e \\ i',l
for liutllerrit 1'xpiloriers of Ili, i ,it'i.
lor ItellA of wa'nias of biilriria \li% hai It,
At Itlie'.ls rlie onI lopitbe th'lin iaiinii-
tillis Illt k-insPe ilIe ial dlirki'('liilig thi.
stunuhiiuP'. O llitrR' ittlhiil.tii tlint ltli-
Ia1ii0 ils fl'itt till ti linii woId I llululiitg
nslioniling lt Iillh.
A lnl' i Prt' m.Irn p |tool,
AintcrictiutIs liSy ,lilit $51'10 .0fli
worth of Ili-oric rool ill Siin 1.1 t. ,
Ilrort'e from II is ui -,'d lnianIosti ,'-
tirely In rclit'liin u' ilmliiro.
.apan i i v.. .. .. _.mpl,


I- l i" -w m". I flow a Wa .II-Ki 'JWi lisioul i ri ir .-
S, al~i-,. l ll' e 013 was sprve ll i n turlst Securjs a Gool D alo fI
.......l.. .l ,Profit anij Com or.

Wi4ho lit2ir 1.h Ilil, .il. in '9
s lta ue


Tlhe acicoCnittYlitill ig sllt'l hhIlh's the
(llvisionl of .1 r. Di t.-k'r' filiiin Il riieii
Colilty, alo T.Lst year (Ilt 'roias
rtilmled wore Iornl: ntt.re whflit, forly
ier-s of iorni, forl. neiCs of ir its..
In lddlilion to I his Iliter w'rr lollt
ict'es of iadmsturi" dildd itolu two ltis.
w'illi iin sHt1ill L ii tlr it'' e4.%It tio hI t. ilih'a
tiiti feed lols.
As in ill lie i(oliel, MrI I l.r lie.
Ilvp. la I! lriP llinting ii h lin- 1 iri'l t
do ntiintilnlllg lit ) minpith nIi l ti e il ir Itr -s
ind it nIld ulItlltl "dIt li'reoII lhiltiail l t lolIu

I Norr6

20 Acres
Pastu re

old position before an agreement to. .
arbitrate will be considered. The Do yeot kt'now h1itit lt- orange Il it.
packers declare that they will ret-in IU'llted inlltp li lartll'le of l t ti Il
Itle men they have employed since the w hile Otl t.ullei3'0 I llg pari of it it ilit
strike began, and will take the old men Iltitl rt' il. t' uIt d % o% s I t al i hto't'. tlitI i
in the order In which they file appil- Il.ihll Ilt.l ol in 11l lilite.
cations for their former positions. Fir,lt t.Ihoms. mii snilJoot. t-'1" li y
While the peace negotiations were .'lilnm fi, 'iifor ii~ ill lI. iYou <('itn iti:e t.-
In profeak Thursday, additional prep- n lifetlll 'iiitiiiliin t fro'il two orl'llg ;i.
rations were making by the packers lo linrlirg and olt i -ii i .1
for a lon- silege. The packers hearing Cut ilulo Ill Jillak. I if hllt Iiillh1 o'.
that efforts were being made to Induce I niig, ii .rIfuillv Ie1it 'ii' ng II r'l of ItIl'
rallroxd mien not to handle supplies for' l P,'s tso 1it t, frriit 3 'ts m id mioitt1i
packing plants where the men are on It s liuWn tu tihli I H llWiP"r'.
strike were busy all day putting inI .Milke the i. i-st ik.l illt l s.' o se Illt
great stocks of coal for fear the rail' ai iI luro'n1 l t"ti l n I iii ii"t i tig li' i,
road m,'* might attempt to stop the i""t ttlip. olui iWt I' i.i- ill- iti ltt
supply. I itit t1ll 4- i a- i
The proposition made by Michael J. ow ivon t i-t8. i'* 4 il l'ttt t it 01
Donnelly for the strikers which led the nrger tra2in'1 ti-1 t t1.. I 'u to t '11 atl
to (he conference Thursday contains all the fritit flCii ii in, li hf. iii i ltinn
the following demands: I ite pli''l iup lni illy a ill :.iiiilinl. 'll Ils
Th-it -ill employee who struck shall minalks tili hil 1it it Ii I ain. t tinnil
be employed in their old positions with. t lhe otiie l nilf o i hl l hlill il, ls I rvi'ellt
in three diys; thaLthe packers pa-y the top forming lilte iiiintiit'.. it lest liill
wagen prevailing prior to the strike shoulders.
pending arbitration; that the arbira You cain fturllihr dlrti's hiIt bIy pliir-
tion hoard be composed of one repro-
scntatlve of the packers. anothtT of
the strliters, the two to select a third;
There threee arbitrators to be practical
packing house men; that the award i it
wages to be made. by the arbittatorI
sbali take effect from the time' of the (
resumption of work, but that the award, -
shall not Involve artly teduetlon in
The representative of the pacherd
replied to Mr. Donnelly as follows
"In reply to your note and your ex-
lilanatlit of what you are willing to
arbitrate, wo cannot accept the same.
WVe are willing to arbitrate the whold
niatter, covering wages and working
conditions of all employees out on
nirike. you having the privilege of
bringing before the arbtrlators for d.- O
clslon any quirstion of wages or conJl.
tions, ur any other grievances yt)I
may thin'< you havo; we to have Ilke
privilege and both to abide by the de.
cislon rf the arbitrators. We will re- .
tain all now at work and will r"-.mi [
ploy all the men now out as -.*--
fast as possible, giving preference h Ill' iir. onAN(iE i rlINAAN.
the order uof application at the wags i ..
received when going on strike pending n. 11.4l l ul o ff a i b ittifn. i te-ih
the decision of arbitration." s re t 1. Ills ei li-,, ,s ,' fi. ,,t'ii 'il 1,'
Th note was igned by Armour & t 5|1 o la p 1 ,ll til l l,. ,i,, ,3ll,, iti 1 i
Co., Swift & Co., Nelson Morri. & Co.., r.ttiliIti.- i h it ii p it il iit ,n4. l or :"i
Swarzchild & Suishbzerger, Nallin snl ltenlid or t Ino isi hh .iic i lun 1 ir; t l
Packing Company, Cudahy P'arkinR Ito tIh. hilk 1 li' in lliS Ii-s h i.l.
CompnTlv and Libby. MrNeil & Itliby. I
Riotlni; commenroed in Iho sthil yards Thursday and one ninn. Alflono i Th l l1, iit' it* lia t ilits itxiil :i
Andrulli, was shot In the left stioiil.ipr i't" t1.4 1 I ,IlllI'f i.1I Ii o t s. 1hilt ( I -'
by the police. He is not fatally lijuir., lta i l V,' i rt i i i ttiT3r l it 'i'.
ed. hoteseer. 1111 l. i illi 'il .l it Iil l' l hIt-.i lta
-, _______ t i'iijttill.' liiia.te. l,'.i hitlr- 'iti\ i,1ii
RUSSIANS SURRENDER YIN-KOW. ii11lly it I tuti'tili tll'-in Iii' I '11
tius liiir i- ii ri' f'u i n-i t ilt iii I 11i a;1 us *i-i I
I Ii t 1 1. il 1i i fl` it11 the- 3lthius-l4 '; ll 11t
Important Port at Mouth of Liao River iiliat h r fti li Ihl lli i "r :il>.irit-i' i
In Possession of Japa. j iiali tliiiitiii iof Ilir lillintos -il iv
Ii was reported In Toklo Thursdas y I igla" of .Ilipiiit1 It- ll il riuns. lti.ll p
that Yin Kow has befn oceliped by Ims' ortisii'|iiul 'ly, i. t'in unitin of Iint
the Jais without any resistance upon allstaiirouis linbreel ingi lii liIt ii frinii
the part orf the Russian troops. to fnlniall. naIlois miIil nrlinolrnTliei;
Yin (ow, located at the mouth of n d tl Itl'li.'y Ilitl-ir Is 'i\ hlel'lie tinhl Ill.
tho Llafi river, Is the port of Nitu .I "lt 1s grl's iiug liillhr.-- Loinl. ii ('i-tit .
chwnng, and Its capture means the fall icle.
of that city. l biei frlo,., i; ; illtm.
This move on the part of the Jap.- i .ltai i i Fi liii,
aneo e has been expected. By It they Ci lkot' ll- i' k, i slilln., a 1 ti,.-iii of
gF'ln a riw base ofr supplies. tI ihliltkit iit, i' f I i li iltl AI oi,, I
lit I l ''p. d tI iil l(H \

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IlItnilal oni y Is It n agililtd p fos. Ihs
Pri' ipiil lui.se is to flrighlelli iiwnVy -tvil
tli s'il st with sstlihi i ch o ninltr' lIs lie-
Itl 'iL I to-o -'\ iltl.
1 %4 I..L tSiMinll Iron.
S1. 1.r a11 1 m4 l |jis tri> lr I| ||1u| fill
h .it i tt It i f tI I l I I I I h ItItIu a i S Ml I Wi u ti dl I i t 1 l h i '
Il% iiI-int" l t lll' Ill girls, I iull itiie'l nI( tI l>
expi'|ins s'i| .|11 1 i l'. |iIt\ l i i I hth "ir Itu( i ry \\>l rl>
biliil l 111.11 lhinory. Ne.ai'ly nil ,of i".I t

It hi s It la t i ii l ha uiionl lii li.
l ii I t I li n al l i I r II toh U, li 'is it Istilli-

rit I lilll l'fi Iii in i Uii l l hlm
Iiiil' It ull hid ''I ilb a I t a lit' l as f ius'
IItI i <-g iisili i ro i. i t l irls 'roi' Iuh e
oi .l filll Ili e% i "nIIIs el f tI 1-li o 1. r
hilt lioIns lhilI' l.sin ulilt ieiio rool
i a 1'll iz. II (1i i41i hreri ssi o> oilil hlley

41 .1 l iilios 'lii t |i- o Ii-ll t ill" r.l Lo

Iu aiilul Are llialil.
S .it i' h ll" l Ion II' l i t'.l l |-i l ittb
I- 1 .. .....1 lIIW 1.1... .11 I Q .n Iii ery

ul ruplis !.l1;11l 11.1%P 11 ch itr11-o fi

Ilnltnrss i~ i.- I lr.r iiiiuniig miid.

.-I.- a.. ..... ,-- l o -,t : l"-,itl l I ll Y Ilillll 1 1" I1.illl
lhas hbld Io fewei I tI n h it six l- IF nie ai .\leil u in I lie-
t e';.lll ls s ilti ItIso la ltit .,. to Iit .Ih,, ,l se i tt.iu' of
"-lo i" liI il t .\flrilit a a nile.

40 Atrc5

In whaiOt

40 Acres

In eaa

S20 AL.res 40 Acres
In Corn
o .% i .Mr
; --l--d
alinufi ee ...* ..* *
Sout/ -
Town. or RePpubli.'

tlih si'e'tels or rounds. Lie al o believes
in !:ood ronds, tmid htas n sir.)p of gravol
,)nd InII frolit of Is JIOUhI' ninit Ldnrii.
A .inall 'ilf posture iu provided inext
to hie hiirn nmld Iit re'w na s of oiilq .Ito
gIroilI lu (lie sollilteast corner of the
A pleasing fenlture of lhil friri Iss
thl' large proportion of Inndt in pIismir1
inl ninilndowt. It is only by inil.hiii.g
mtock iand legitinilnotis crops that soit
fertility cait I iiinititililt'e %Ir.
I l-kepr Is 1olie of MN Issourl's prog-reiilvo
nill siine.'issfiil fiiri'tilers.-t01.n11i; JI l.

'l'lJ> i- Irll ir on e S aw;I tV n Iiigit'l11
li4lhl pI l nI -forelo his nillhlence Jll 1 it
mid l I r',iialnnu llll, nI l lfli'r liv lkl'>;?
It fvev itlitilt'H niltont tihe t itinili of
imn ar;I'l..ind t'll inmore of' 1 t perf 'c't
doiline-is r')pri til e lhit- slllill aO
:Ill gg- lie rt o ilrkedti Itit ft'rw pIerilis
Iitil iv Itow iltrolig J ill Pegg it'allI.v I '.
I"In prmlf of Itlin," lie staid. "1 (111
ioiiv pitce nil egg, without covo'eltK of
imy M kind, In sill n posillon t1n1t W)
olint n il tlbr I t i ill lli ill 4 1II ionl lil.

lHow (il lie do it? Slniply bypui(lllhi
Ihl eg'g 1 oi Ihl floor close IlI one ,oriier
'if ilhe room whi're tile projectllig wllsI
- 1i% 1i plrtr(,'t .pro ecltioln, for t iln .ll-
i 11 h-11!, w'liien rolled at It, Pl 'lrWic
hI tiao w0 lls alid could not toutc tlle

YiiU inAy perform this trick with a
Iurge lill of auy kind.

intlway Tetlephony.
IRecently nu impetus bits been giien
Io rallwaiy U-lephouy by the perfection
'If n Ilew vand simple system for lite
'iinit lltoeous use of the same condiic-
tors for both telegraphy and telepholi.r
and n railway department has beenl
otAbillstied as a brnucb of the leading
IVlpplloiy organizntiotl of the country.

Tle Kids' Chronlicle s tLe iule of a
new tiverpool Journal. It is published
hy tle Street Arabs' Institute.


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Am~ mum i JOAN AND ftimII.;

sIIAitPaEAIn sSTATUIre Ar wnEiAtn.
tJnild DIuke. Thet ullile, w'hi-l is I the
\'iirk of llrr ol llo I.esn Plig, lis lteiiu
sm hlety. iIl Is h lli c lnc t ninOii ei n ul to
ii l. io I l' a i orii y i 'i e le d cted in lrl'inity.

T lils Is tie '-ritt o'f tIhing (lie itrav'i'li
It I liro 'jlis lliil.y I' iin ro.s lu iis
li-ir ls oii lln bllll l lil ii li... Ii l-

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'4sulty aides m ione day.
At ay began to glow, ,
A tin antber brook washale out
jqr.lllieo eslino. -
nUin tis t uo n rang itnd the dewv
A youth came riding by,
Atnlt r4w Ler ou s tall yrven bhth
Slgao up thp didss to dry:
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at c'csu'v P



ft 41LAC85
Sn mavINo,

A look, a kiss, a word, away
Th'Ir" went lic powerr andl lo'n,
lSI tIcellu.i-d licnc nt .rui tlhe sea.
.\nil to forlgot hir guo\n.
LOk< yucmlie b i the Igalden gate,
i.s slntiiely ipmeipi, ro.
Is huilcgntg whlcie he It It it yet,
Uipon the lilac-trce.

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4 rOW she ever en.cce to join
.s l'he o.i',ity wius its great i
MyIi wcsutery to icr-self ni tc leet
Hi .ft t friends. Of couc't. ii ltv-
t.i u ers' quarrel was at tile hot
S' tout ot it all. .lBut evln
then, for a toung and attractive girl
o f twemity-three to Join the S!ipltetrs'
So0elty, and adopt the vows o.f e c-iccil
celibacy like the fest of its ciieicie-s,r,
Scviose ages gave theli soll excuse forl
so doing, was all admittedly extrito-a
cdllafry. proceeding.
W 'hen Sibyl Crithcnrt found herself
Tully listaliled.into thl sisterloo), orf lI
Sptinsters' Soeletr, she begin to ruinc-
nnate as to whether, after lill, site lhad.
V.Zcted wisely. Trt'r l,ie lcailt lsb i ..,ci
leaving the thetiOire with iinolctir wo:ic.
au, andi what uidule tnitters worse wa. theP. fact that the other wivoman wica
young lid pi'etty. Riiicnor had It, to .,
that be .hic beens seen ta( fMihJli-ly ki.,
the"othet w6luftai ct lie rceilwaih a- zt-
Ptloi. So Sl.byl, within the unsu;l in-
petunslty o Ihei sex, Mit l down inlllll-li-
atpey ncd penned i slicrt cnd firiiiial
note givrl. lihi- the -coilge. H i i.'i-
mnciudedcan expla nation, tir-st Ic tigers :)i
andii then by lette'.. Stim' rc-fusd ito
eep him when he called, cncild uipoln ro.
telling his latter, tore it up iini thi-n
cried over tih'fragmientsc c
S"But once sihehnd set her h.Iaid to the,
ploiw she did not Intend to go t>ci-i|. All
the other members, .to lthe ntli incI o
sevenicentn were at leact a quniai'ir or'
a century older than iiherseief, di'alitii
their allegations to to tho nl'aryiv, u l
their biiAlnes iptithiitdecs wire itt iril-
la int. The preteutlouis thulilin in
wlilch .tily eO the iettliberts dwteit,
ciinl which was recog niz'ced ci.s thlce o-
idfy's holdquarters..requhired, juliicnis
i iinaigeluent, lI view of the smclli
ainount of monoLey fortch'cli'iic)g for tlo0
ilpurpose. One lday Slhyl found hliers- 'f
Sla the presence of her i-liiift:hiness,
i ".My dear."' bega&l Miscss Tabbs, Is sihe
surveyed the girl from over liher specta-
ties, "do you think you could beicomei
one of Us altogether? 1. ilial, coull
you conie and live on the premises, Cfor
ista lince ?"
"I-I think so," Sibyl reAiedi dolll).
fully, well aware that iher riie'ilds
.iould- thijilk her more eccncllric thli:1
cvr... .
"Now that is liice of yio'! \cll, 1li,.
fpet of (thie matter Is 1thit Miss Fri-':k
Hi ]ias tcomne to the coc-ll ucioll tlicia tli
poi.ition olf secretary to till si'iety t ll-
tails more ,orlk thanii s klie van nitiiT'r-
Inke, indi if you will, e- waiit you to)l
tak- iher place. You icre yomin iiild i i-
'rgeti', liiid with all idule ldefereci' t,
Miss FIranklin, I .might say that yoil
would be able to. nilintlige lith scla-ty'i
ciclall itncolime more ibitilloi;lly to oi cii
sclv-i's. You illust know. niy (v i'r., ti:1
Is horrible, and unii'foriatcl lt-o (-ivrcitii', '
like oiur-seves ari- lirfcl'oro' ro iclld ol
wilcit juistly belofng.s to uis. Yiol wtill.
of course, haie your board unii l' i;-
incgs for inothinitg aind gr'aclit of IN lper
antilli. Will you accept the postt."
r C1,rtninly. Witlh pleasure."
"Thcitt is good of you. liit mind. youi
Must do. your" utinost to hiwartl tie
-n!:uclihiticloiisoftict0oposite sex. Never
patronizea Iradett sia.n, or iiny huisiuc's.
coitnuictd by a manu, nd if yo- e\-er
lindl thiut either of the servantiis his i
follower, sack her, my dear, salck hter
lniii ei At this point a. gray-haired lady. ahvy-
thing but prepossessling in appeatrinmce;
Mitered (lce room, .and was *greeted tly
TMiss Tal)lbs. /
"Ali! here you are, .MIss Frianklin.
Mits -Catallicrt has promised to act as
secretary from this dci.v fprwAird, tdIil 1
.nvo jlcst Ibeen giving her a few wrin-
kl's." :
S'i'licik 01o- o nitheb, dearie," re-
spoi.le, I thei ex-secrettary kindly. "'Butt
d youi know wvbat has happened? Tlie
laidlobi-d has come hlnlseif for the rent.
WiaIt ire we to do? 'We hat've noc
iolIPyV,. aid .tie rent is mouths over-

"Ilow frearfut to be -In the l1114ds of
ti.h n c:rii'y-grhirnbcinc brute!" int r-
i ',.' I .\fi. 'I l .s.
.n wer.'e Iit-wae' hrutes." volin-
I I'c,.I 1Mi V I irackln.
si1 ;I thought the same and reictiuin'd

Slht wlihere Is he inow?" asied i Missc

ld. h,'s on thlie doorstep. I sp-*I.e to
btli ihrngtli the letler box. I could
"ici lc;i\-e I1he house polluted willi iuls
I-rnnnep Inshle. I'ts bail enough for
1c1- 'iichhlcors, knowing our prineIlp!i-5
C'- rl,,- tlc.c' lie mUPt Ihae the reit nS once, or
cc c c' lT will be put In. "lhintctof it:
'he hnllIff here-here:"
'l5 I'rankl111 was perilously near
.,.;i~g, and.her tears were running

"''lall I go and try and reason: with
asked Sibyl. by way of putting
0 ai to a painful scene.
'. f You would be so kind; bnS be
n'l t'eat 1t like a an nimaLor
'; An".t as an Ifeo'ior, becau& le's, a
"lci. you know".'
;, 1 ran down etal'as and threw open
l1c door. She had intended asking bla
'nMs it cTley but -arm, manner.
'Sleald e dream* baitk with a start.
ibyl" .
"'Jck-Mir. Allinghamal..
"I heard of rear escapade, snd- that
is why I camnL ia I'm em, though I
di, no elpeVvOt t e nea tie of ametlcng

"1 held out' if 'ic ani ishe turtle
S*way -0iatI .us f' 1


"You'forget the house is lily own'"
"Oh-er--so it is. You--wait th
rent? I ctil li fr-lid wve e(-ciinuot paiyyouc
.ilUst yet. If you will give us tiiime, a
few dilys, tor--"
"In ci ta w days, cay, in a few 11hour111
the bailiffs will iw in cnl,.-ess the rernt
is paid qit Olive," he replicid, li'lcit)y.
'lBut. ,J1- Mr. Alliinghali, yoti would:
not Ile so "'re'l? We-re' yotu never criel?
W Ilcict 'l-Is Ily t'11 .ilrt, nicid l ow c iicislc
mircy did yotu tbow lui'? Now It is-
iy turni, cand ic mit, iierlcy will I give
'ciii your coilaniiailoiis, r whatever
tlhiy ca.il thlit-s' iv1s i;pay Ie now'"
"No, tlt'y caciitlot."
"Vary wel; (ood morningn"
Ilo( tilned alw;iy icilad ah shitclltcedd
thlo door.
"WViliat cid lie say?" asked Miss
Till hs, aniioisly, win-sc sie. entered
illc room. ci
"l i is very inchi a nan," replied
Silbyl, signilficailiy. ... .
Ih-fore two it rc e days liciad passed
Ithi Nlpind tc,ic' ioclitly were atequithiied
with thiO worst. Th 'iiueni biei were
ih i C:fraiid of the opposite sex, aUintagio
nisticthougho lit Hiy might lie, but they
lad .to- W.niqcow ledge a terror of t1h16
law. ,h"lihtn ione unoi'irg lth' house-
i!;l .liswred-it a knock itt the door,
tihtn linmdiord promptly pushed hilimself
into thie lthal. lie was acicoipanitd.
li- ita mani, lo held ie t oine haid it.
brown pappll er parceel and an lloffletai
docullnlet in (lit otilierr.
"(Good iin6riing, .Miss, Ccathiairt," he
.*ahid. she camleo out to meet hliu.
"You expected iei, of course'?"
"I don't uiderstalnd ybu;,"
"l*tcR(ally? Tlie' is nothing much to
uiidcrhtund. I .ii, In fac t, my owli-
liiliiff, anid only immediate ptyient of
ti rent peventwill ipieet iy .eing. quar-
(or-td upon you. This gentleman hero.
will prove thle truth of my assertions,
cas lit' represents the la-iw. Just run
over tlils paper, please."
'youl bruite!" she cjalculalted.
"aSolrry to inconvenlencle yeO l-Very
A dilil'. a debt, yoti kliowi but I
ldoniit think u-t'll tilid tie a telry trou
blh>-s)iii tecciluiit. I shall conie'at 9 in
iht,- iir.irng anifid leave at 0 in the even-i
il' iiilil he miont'y is paid. That
,o-cc<, iJonkhiiks, please." hie aiddcd .to
ilhe ii, i anld tdiscllargod li ili
TI'l,' iri hid lier face int heir hMaids
;iiiil hti r.-t iito.ttears, .
"a ilw ii, knIew you were a coward!".
sicie ,olitibd. "And noYW you've proved
"I hoip not. If I comnoe as ily own.
Nliliff youii sliould 4Oigral'tulate your-
s"fF uolil c liniing estcliptl ls O lightly,
''r a coillnlliloier 'mallcciig nht have made
his pr-se c-',' ifolv-ablelhl. And besides,
I hbIve briricllht ilny ownl food, which ioe
onliilli1'y llHi!ili" iwouldl h;it. doul e.",
h i' rslicistil)g oaf tilis hiouim in- tle
hi 'il !car ;- oi'. thi e S ieicciis'-r Societly
i iii V io l I'nd ii to udr w tie ui iilbt'er s to-
: nu. tice i111;c o 1 cex, icind imciltiediatc
c i os wil-'ic hi ii. to rpeailiic theo money,
cta iii ti c' iof oln l diliicltiiH.y.
"It'.s nollihiing i'ortl of a scandal"
pii-od 311'iss TcalIs,I, ii' w--p hits of biya-
lericcil wivct.piiig, wlitiin thon ieo .w was
oi.,mla'ydc to hlir. "It will bie th talk
of til iciighcorhoood. If it baud Ibeni
c1 .coiicnocicr cjiilci It Would 111rv l ceoni
diff(a-crciit, buti t hinitCi A ind to hliciaV to
'oiokc his inutton cli'ol>-tghli!'
"And ihe staiinds ill tlcc' do(Iorwaiy for
tea iil(uUit'-s Wici l- ilis lboots s)t lii, c
ihd c-ilighblor's sliiall s him en-liter'!"
,gcit.id Mtiss I,'rt111klinI, to the gtma> 0of .
llcw oti icr i i(tea)>ers.
lcit t hl( .-illia iily fell. niore< sev r-ely
uiiiion tlic'1 icadc of Sih)yl, tlioui ci no oe -
litreid to imii l i liciit Icnct l isO had dilcic
,iicirly ibcoaa tie wif"o of tihe ob-
noxious iiialivlluctil Her oii- tiloiight
clow, a;-s slice atit .il lie 1li1tl .study s et
citlcirl for her own clt ls, ;lnis hlow to get
rill of h hiin. icnded itn hial li(fe'at,_ tierefore, wh.iy
nlot try stratiey i e liad always .bcen
rct-cod by heir ictIhltcnt'n. so., li'rhilips,
nilllit be sl-l iinci-cil)!', i leo p 'csil siolli
Ai.l slie could colliinil tlo lhte halie h
ill tlie saie. The I (e-xc'rinit'at, alt any
i -ii. niic.s worril trying..
She rose to put lcir lielicc iIclo exe-
i illoi, t linc-i cli I w' o I lo- ii ,isiii'-c ( e ltl rf'd
without knio-kinc. Thley wit-ir il'rssc, 'i
in clicir ouldoor hillng aiid iippailredl
aiy lyltiing hut i-lcin icnll, c ilirposidl to-
t\ic'd Ic, r.
\''ile goiin'. imi'.." s-mhii ti]e cook.

''Oil: g.? Whc're' "
"'O im; clc'hrrp riccut of lids 'cref
oiu'.e. i he a li' t nagoii' to r'cil all over
ihe place fur at ucIc i o ake that, sn'
kliio in' there's cic nagif's for ui. You
be all as pool as .hiir'rie uili'. cnc' the'
funuiieMst set o" f,'icicles am wei'v s-.seei,
clcirricn' ycourlelf, nciis. Ocir cluirp Is
watllln' for us oullide. so wiv ocnr liesl
respects Ito you. nil-is. we'll gIl oct."
"Are my cl-ops rendy?" anine a voice
front lice dliing rootmn.
"Ark at 'im." said the cook. Then
putting her lead outside the door she
shouted: "Yes. your chops be ready
ant' within', an" gettn' ".old. an' may
go bad afore we bringS "em to you. you

great lanky bounder:"
"Bilencer' commanesidSl ibyl. "You
may go at once, and your wages will
be sent to1you. We do not keep money
Il the house."
"8o that bloke seems to think. Well.
good-day to you, mlss. An' mind you
don't fall In lore with that bewitehi '
yoaui, man.g "
W'lls thi partUiw asbft the arnuts
withdreW, and BibM3, hatwmg seen tbs'"
off the 'precaise, entered the 4Jul06
?'SSrd.. w sIt '.W4". sHe j91

Card In Time,.
ltce had Just made a purchase lu the
crowded, blusy deparlinent store.
"*NnSin and address, please." said the
clerk. pireplarliic for the usual ortio-
griaihlicai struggle.
B lut there wasn't naiy, struggle. She
cpp'nfd Iier sbopping brag, and from one
of lie Ic ,er v'i-kets Itherpof produced a
sianll card, alxout viIIlng card slze,
liavlng the d.esircd namie And address
upon it ic type-wrllliig.
W ith thibs In hI r hicid. thie finlcc lsltng
tnoihse-s were put tlo the transacttle in 1
aleoclt one-tlhird the csual tifine. There
was nIo straining of ears. no vexation.
The hint Is a good one.for all---espe-
ilally for those having names of for-
elgl origin that requirere treatment let.
ter by letter or syllable by syllablu.

be LLesit Froblem. -
Tom, Dick. Quarry. Eliza, Mary andt
Jane went to market to buy pigs. Each
gave as many *billiiga per pig g be
or she bought. Toni bought pleveic
more than Mary. The persons Itc this
sensational narrative were three mar-
ried couples, and 1& each case the bus-
band spent three guineas more than
the wife. Which was Tom's wife,
whiblh Harry's, 4d wlheh Dick's2

Wlalds t Udlae"g ato.
A plot ftW beilnt w haIl wMhic
coat PleOOMooo. hi @B,_pmrat ois Sew-

Aim" f'ta^

"t TftDfOH J I QjJ

L-. .rmMnl

have ihod 1nI fnair share of cban1mgneV
at inner. lie was a lusslati lo the- a
I,.r-klionp; for after Iaving iijeU e4 to
111if ,.onvernatioU of hil neighbor for i
few cillcutles he corrected a lip of
the-irs uhere eild got In au addtit) Ii re-
ncink here. At ilelsar mot hta-'-
chair and s at by w ba L CILIa jI
eiougb, h. be Aeet'isO CIlY keed i e
witil the freignner. eo whom It
mu,.h of' nluliaan bhoapilIty, ihailti
himn to dinner, and at ist blxt i
tbe Insii to rlse up satd c1l.
to theiinr, hbl'wb we aL ilt lH. a
there to drink eat-h ithepr'se IAlti I
Iluislan %tdkt. Tine foreigner Wq y
very ucnwillIng, pleading tb t .Imp1e .t'
drank rod.kat nor Ptrodlig llit4.i PICt I
finally. not to seems nigr$nMfc, he ht- a
morpd the hospItable Rusitasp, aind 1
leasing X. .wient to the bar, T.ler a
they drank acd ehlfted-'l.'l-fctBhci e
fs)ahlon." sald Ibes Thew b aeowa tilgle.,- .a
While time sped. I
White tlisl dlverslwe i ill aksig t
plaew X. VWil Ao i .iPA c *.,V!f,., i
0"i Wi~ IN a' 0, ..X c. .1b

I .-

cnssed am toh ha-det. fought and blood. i
est battle of the Civil War. The Fed. ,
crml killed in this biattte {i>i'l'6 4
14i; s nd the router of the wodpd I
4i1b but a ferw imunl sbort, o '.ag,

There I. Just ou- f1 tqyt4s. flt
sIsal error in the Iiaggtih t I

vialan aspc., w
'ether ti I i

rithy on i t* *o<1.0 1 ,eE
Iren;et a, d sti

twea. n .it it l

ruald, elD s V .it'0'

^aek, ehsl Why, ystted t 11*t1
nothing hut Mr. AiUlnhaci, with plenty
-of emphasis on the 'Mr.' Want to ask
a favor, I upposes"'
"Now, Jack, why ill you be so hor-

"It niust be ci legacy I got from you.
The same term might be very well ap-
p1111 to your tf'entiuet of nme, nighltu't
"Oh, I dolnt inovw. You see I had
it reason."'*
"A reoIonl? WVhat reason?"
"LDon't atnd thIero and pretend you
don't 'kncow." sili' rtlurtIced. ''you never
WentWt tb the theanr with. i notler
womanI, 1 sicppose, andt you .nIever
kissed -her at the railroild slitioli, did
you? Aind it pretty 'Vomcan, -too-a
pretty wbiuai; I repeat, a nd)i am not.
"But, pardon ie, yetol are Very pretty,
especially when you're 'angry. Yes,.
I have been to*the theatre-wivth another
wonlman, and kissed bert at the ratilway
statidon-my sisttr-linhlaw! "
"What do you mean,"
'."Gorge's 'wife. You've heard me
speak of my- brother George, whio's I
Australia. He was home some monilthsb
ag.o with his, young bride; W'e all"
tliree. went to those theatre, and-oh! I
see it, now. You:-hIa ha!-thought it.
was some. one else!" .
He dropped Into a cliIr in a fit oot
lciughlig. "You thought I iaS 'flirtiing
with aInother womann' he ,aid,. At
length- "
"Of tedtito. AYiiy. One would have
tholight so,'* she repiedi, crosttcAHenu stt
the absurdity of her blunder;
"Bult, .yoi silly thing, why djidu' yotl
nid out before yl6d bel'ciitie sd uicirend.
onnhib? And-t are you still cross with
me" .
"No-not very."
"Then atone for it all .by leaving
these stupid coUmpanlmos of yours, icid.
provo that you .do not agre with their
views by ihrryilng me-inei the billl-

He bent dowil ad' kiseid her as shi
did not reply.;
".Miss Cathcaft" came a sahrtll viroice,
"Hee comes the old hens," he said..
"No; yots shan't get away; so don't
Miss Tibbs peeredj (through .tho bpeai
door and dropped Intooile of the hall
chairs preparatory .to fa'inting. Her
shriek of "Murder!" broiuglht all the
other occupants to the spot in an iii-
stant. prepared for thlio worst;.
"Now, then, "may good ladies,' said.
Alliighamn, coming forward. "Don't
get hysterlel. I h.'vea right to claim
anything In tle house for the debt
owing, so live derided- to claim Sibyl
and write 'paid' -ia'ross the account,
She's going to be miy wife."
"Wife! 'The:vlxeli, the sly little rat,
the--" .
wYes, we quarrelled saoe. tlimo ago,
but now site's forgivenl me and I've for..
given her, though I don't know why I:
should," he added, jocojely.
"'Because," she answered, with eyeS
fill of joyful tears, ."beecnse, you old
dear, yoi'ri d every Inch a inan;"-Thd
iPenuy Pi.ctorial Magazine.

tIt is true that somnnambullk.ts and
druinlkcrds, when they fall, areo not so
tit tt.h.urt thieinslves an you or 1," an
actor said. "There is a reason for this,
too. t .*f l "m
S"The reason lies in it certain perfect
implines or relaxation .of thle muscles,
that acco.nipantes the fill of sominam-
bulllsts l anidrtnkards. They fall un-
coisc.i4usly, -witlout fear, They make
no convulsive effort and sthain to save
"To fall In this llinp, r-liaxed way is.
to. fail without Injurrn. 1 LinPieAs, re-
laxitlioil, Is the secret of successful
itage falling. I c-tii stand erect and
crashl down on my itack like a log of
wood or n ton of coal, and I stiffer, no
hirt beetuse I let myself go-because
every part of 111e J relaxed, limp,'
loose. The frantic effort to save out*
selves Is -whalt snakets our fail disas-
trous. The absence of this effort, con-
scious In the actor and unconselous lia
the drunkard ind socnlanibullst, is
whgt makes their f(ills harniless."

Fauicd Stallte.
The snall 1I as sacred to a Parisian
as a lobster i tto. a chorus gtrl, so there
liens beea a pretty bhow-dy-do In Pattis
over the dilscovery by the health oftfl-
ct'. that a large part of the snails sold
tlihre are fakes. A workmantn i one of
the faietoriest aued hipC employer for
dtlamcncge, and that s heow the discov-
ery was made. The makers of snallsi
buy up discarded ;shellsi. clean then,
cnid thetn ill them with cnat's meat,.
wlitcii hias been "'cut into ceorkasrew
shtijapei by n manichine iunvented rot the
tiurpotse. .When the shell i1 filled with
the mnat soaie fat is poured n- and the
trick is done. 'riThe defrense.was that
this 's bhnti shells are. prefbrred by '
sMie -livcures cts licvlticg c finer flavor
tlnic tlice esccargots which feed on the
vince leaves in. Buigutidy.-New York?

A Mystery of St. Petersburg
S Slletihs Would Have P
S ctO et otliciall of -lu' (tiocciiic icc
I L icie l crit delcmrliuit well
S known in I c llnit-It isin ci pl-
tlt l h ctisllppenil sn111dlil nly
W wIsomne vetks tgo. nilid 110-
liOdy k.ewv lw t liclt d Ib.,c'oiiin o1' le i,
scs thie St. Peoierscburg e',ri't-'ciiih'ciit
of ile 1.0Lo16doixi Tr'ilernidIc. Ili ,ilfc
fTallicn ill at Itei neiie tie tie', icilleh a
eloild of iti'- lc-' ling linc lI, I, fcll sII-
fly, Eill the Icontre dti'.- ll'rl-a umll' of it'
h c Oi c:irelornt ihad I t that lie lhil oii-
milted cliehile wcitIle In a it sicic. 'Otllens c i i'nc'iId I cI t liet li:ccs1
faijl)d to aecout it for lar-g' seictiint
curodeyentrutted to lilit, id a c iil litic
dc'-rested for epllciesalcclaleilt. Ac-e'l'orillg
Nto at t ih cd story. lice h ilcia i ,-i hili dtl

OUt suttisi. nd, tbil iit iineabloi ilintiL
.his l lan lttc a, liAsd l i the I 'cicii y.
i- is .-fr lids d -shook ali'lr In-lillh, a iccl l ',-
nItlrkoed talit it wits no it Ic iliin to Ci-
ilit su-ch fIA ollie.i, Tle rillnmo' ra w-ro
ltbisuitdl.- Bnt ost atemurd of aiIl vita
l o e stlteiluef t lia hilca AI-.er iut -old l lls ais
d1c-rtl t'Ibi the deci'.-llit i'l ( oif l iic i,-
rhil aind l'iovAlse s to the I,',r tlpias(.
iiiil tras a i trit I l IsI tuiln ly. Ali-.
lild iai c ai iossillti', Ilo y ii- l c i' -t,. ratiic -
-r. a' ticiin i icit.
Tdi whipntti6verlilieli- t ir oild h, hi lc e
lill'aytal llie se'rirel of liis N\Vii C .dii11-
try? Of-eotrn'-i, to tlip Eigllsb. ieopeil,
liswi'ercil. The ,l"igllsl s-A i\c i i'v I-lc ii'-
tiultites lli all oaiicienilil cocucirli- ,
.Encgiili ies 'Ne ev.'rY tr cwhi'rer, lli h t-
cret service fliuntl of tlie lrltih l IFor
eigin Oftle. is inechnautilllle. Hosldes,.
-tiie person wxlim lie frequlntcled mlosti
*--. B14 that being i iloiublfil point,
people remarked ihiat ieroofs wcr', sui.
pertitouis, for ei >rybody.l kinew t Ilii lie
Eugligish had bribed the ollh'cil, cinlce
him i trialtor, and ruined hIll ini d his i
faiilily. lBut whict 's1e ouhl clih lBrit-
i.s'i have for the connninarint pliams?
skeptics querieil. A makeselift flii-
-iswer was Quickly found, which would
satisfy the average Insalan nniij, liild,
the inatter wius juit;getl. All ovPer the
capital -the report ,lirend Ilint Engiila id
had bought the phina ii tIle ipoler1aii ioli
of the offTlcisl, and lthit lie hlid cocn-
fessec! his crflile.
.In time, however, It leaked out that
l. X.h 11tl d old hbi plauis to JlTaipnu
shortly before the war Lbrokel olut, anidc
it was added this net oi' iueason enl.
itbled,- Russta's foe to selz, thu y'ckiit-
erhinoslay. wilth Its stores and pr'ovi:-
ions. The traitor licd nalireidy breci
trled, cocidemiied antd haingoedt i In tlI
terrible prison. of 1Svlilu1selbr rg. hu.it
the ottfflcial papers lvine publishledh noi
account of- the arrest, trlul. conideinui-
tion or execution. ilene noticing Is
known for certain, except chit ,M. N.
has been spirited ctiny bly tlihe nillerl-
ties onUa ccharge of IrauKlcu to ils cociiin-.
Their latest 'erslion o(if how ille tls c11r-
rested .iliAd prove glillIy Im very litc'r-'
esting lin itself. It elseo throws n sMleo
Sllghlt upon the WiLys oif (ie ttsecre't lpo-
lihe, and who w i.le Inow' rglinilzil mlfir'
thio Freneiieh modbul, clnd not lil frill
gireatet' cl'etllaiipetfio la nd c kill titani,
liay, tell years ago. TIlls i [lile lIory,.
for the exact truth of itllclh I cannciiot
The inthoritles silspectedi X'. of hiaiv-
Ing hcid idealhligs w il lli, .lic, .c11 .,-,
buit they lackedil proofs of the fnet, and
It was nowt -Imlos'sible to olltain nny.
One o., two hild.irllonus lOero wirc -
strong enough iperhapi.s, to i-wnikeli
sincisgivings, butt .iot "ffilcelit to hcnlc i
dog. The iusatter was piceitd Iln llie
hands of the seeu'rt police twlio ar0 alIt
diselples of Sherlock I lolnncs. X. wIvl
shadilolwe day fi-nd n1llil;: t't elry lri-Jill
to Whom he sipotke, t-hionie or nlroiidl.
w'vas also watched. ibut nio facts of licn.
portainee e-wer elllclted. WfhlatLver lce
might hliave done In ihe nlt. lI1e wcsI
not I511mng !1 i oDiuntrly'si u' etO at
presefht; but tdiah, there "ws n1f olie to
betray thci lto,.since 'lo ,Jlpanese em-
baisy hid gone. .
A eertinit foreigner, agnlillt wlcim
the polled hoiad nolltingl o urgei, ws
ation- the lio ieilliltiices whonci x.
niet froli timic to lime. O0e evctling
the two wire slesitod together tj1i r,'-s
tatirant o1 the Nt-sky -ProaieRkt. wIlIlell
Is comet nly frci'eqceinted liy Cermniii
mnerchiaits ied byi fori'lgiier,. B.er Im -
the chIef, hadt not the onily,. brverage
there, tho prluie'al <:ermlnl, newson-
pers are taken lii. matl l(>ofVrccucnulnr
of mput -of tlie rtlesls Is theB' 'vuton
tongue. X. ainli luls tlrccd or nce-
ix cnlct iacee .v'ro nt mc (ible In c Iitile- -
rOhi.pec, iat the far cad of lihe resluurn it-,
eliltilng, drinking nud smoklug, and
there wuns noi one there hut themselves.
indeed, lie whole. Slace was nearly
empty Just then, because thetbasiteasJ
woald nolt be over for two full hours
)ct. IHener the pahr were aitrprlise tl o
a'e a slracicger ucqik Ite'o th-iSr '.room
dl sIAt lowzi at a table aear thbelt own.
It 'cIs h(i right to t0 so, as the apart-
ci'-ct n-asl not pa'gsgcned, but----
'lice stranger ties a weIl-dreseda 1
fm.ccuck-looklcicg rcacnc, who upemed to

,te4 ot feidiOg her hands and whip. A
..he3itt things don't, come her wnhOF
,e1psi pl uts owlf ts.p VRed
S~jUS. ~ pm ~ lS UJUW'~W O 5555 .

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'hoJiqtae t ia, -...' a 'is,

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I i I Methods Adopted by
Mado Sherlock Holmeas 0Orees
"vex1. icly Iamtule Is X." was the unra-
ceiua r-plv "iwhiat busiileas it that of.
yoeitrs-?" N oTrense. I assure Iyou. a.',
but I IsHve bc'ti n enmt to cind you about
a very tirgwit affitir. Thp police have
for nloiltlxi b lee'l ookillg occt ffor a dinu-
geroula nina lti ced Y.. canii they have
it in.l a'l''rr -l'il Ilnt11 Tect n ilsicltles ago,
icot iiore'. blut Ic'. denl.ha,.th :lt li i s Y..
cidi. whiti Is iort hI givic. y i r' tn t me
aS, iii.l cc4 cl "o30 r allc' iaL"d,-c li al-nso li9
cnlul- ciiel. tc II I le wihle, thlnl Is
c .-icl ci'rc sling. Tl'li lyi, iiiow of coui -se.
i hll lie I.Is i IIlig. I ilt ror fc' l ll'r ln Ili3's
-a';i ilic." cIu .l Ii iv proof i ill yIIIy
im r-leI f,'l ni 'li cW'! iigei if yo'tll o tlld
L nlld c 'lei1c .1 'fI ror 1'it e c eila t l Ij tilny
thle you I tre NI X. limit'ss i i Iy I hi 'e
cutoi11 N c i i0 % %Ill lie iW i, Ie-re ic ten i
illnu clto es."
XN. ei obvlnl.1v dI 'ot Ill; ItIce ksiggc.
gi-sttlifl, Iilnd Ice' u1rg' Vl viclt cioell eollnti-
(.l illo nii i nilcst c rryt'I' ni It out. But
tlie 11ii sm ollgeir wiili very e'. c y lii lt, S ic-
bl\'c ind pr'insli.i n. s lian I lit last the
Iwo look c ils'cliny i nil oset olat. tl litg
th'. it cter Itliil wonvuld b back it
tiller li,-- i l c a 11i liii l'r.
.%t Iiltl'tioi'' iiii "llne'iit they found
n iniiiiber' of lillh nnltihll awa c'lting
IOlilnei. 'lice li :i'liiiitl li fey eil re'd
%.iA a F1 ort of i -''ll w i-htlic e Act ; tho
hvi.s: gcs of ilit'o uoll i',i ''rc' leownic
tlie vic elc cclihcrid-.l n.i idl>-ic'.''--licilc. N.
iltci-'t'cd. -clinlli' li h c ti' lli ltti| i ;. cill oshiel:
-[ tili .N c c ii i 11' c ti.vclolcly '---c-''
Blu t lie i S itd11e lc lit ii ly i t c vutlc.:
"Ini I 1 i1 11s ie ief alit lw I t ri-tit 3olle,
N., Cor liatvllg cou iclttlcd oilI uf tlie
llbncl -st eriit' in t llit iny c iiject to
Illis 11Jesy cullc be guilty of. You
h.utvc seoli secret iiia c ltu It eiila's nci.
iity. You line forfeled you r lIft
tn-rac-by, ainl ans il tline pAof i are lu
mihc plos.N'NllI oull haccd i'ltlc'Iter imeO tlie
III h' tllc'. left you in i tilt- lIfe In pro.
iucli'hing for tIle Iixlt."
Tioe world luic-i licvoe growncI liali
In thel eyes of tI he wrr'elhed Iian con
hopirlig his iloomi il uiistL lave
o p(I t lihe ven'y pl clcinex evea tlhoso lalirdilel-o oftlelins li-.
pi litrt to lilty lil, anti d one of them
saiid, syni-c l l h ll<-Iilly: "It I 6I111ipoasl.
lite to avoid dcthlhu. if yult- wait until
Ilo pluofI nn'e rtrtl toi yu it will be
too lIndt. iUn u ,It 1 ll d Al hire liii write
n IcucnlL' lritlonI to Ills I Mnjcsty for
ictec-y. -lie will sur-ely iiir-don l yo 1u.
Itillt cid ti cd iIcikn i ccleat> breast of
It. Yonir oily h iop Isit Ine lii L'zr."
X. -linnliiilly tuok t |ila i In I li s hulid,
N rotle l t lnll t elic c loii or Illis gullt t,
ilnI lintvi ag igcitl Uliv c pitiiun i t'u t l Ilia
ilculin. No fnriltr prul I of hltis guilt
wics letled.

TrIboo f 'bricnllivo lnidtllnaci;
The Alih:tucin In dlc'a I i oi tel Creek
Nrillmi ici'. x ,) icir li-l o In it ol eir way
I(lint tlc oy ilruc t nc- ic tioilln uc i orn I -
iliitinw arae no icckit.iiiricih slgiet. They
co l'0 1iv 1ieg ieii l ii cllccl Icg ir-a htIL S of
liee Iniliiii of lo yr'cr'es igo. Tluey
etlll ii i) lk I L 'lr nr (wn tillleIt, blie llig the
only icle -oft' tlie forly-uilne different
nIoi'lltys .oni- ) kfac litg wCrek' Ni llon that
d,.es tIls. Note of the1 il c'ati sppick
l-ng:gllsh. ''Ict.v lIlo ln pole hulsa
h:c111lc'Il wc-l) rci'l cc'lyv.
The A hI Iib cn;.t Irlel. 1as afll.itted
I rlth Ihc Himicc InI llchc s i iad Is till
iuoe Ic liilar w c' 'ti l Ip n ptt li g ue soia-
thii with tIhe wlillc' Icc:1. ,-'or I long
Ilino they refused ti lie enrolled on
tlhe I ,o.l Crceek ruol.s. I)t of o ute nniii
Of theitm have bne i c'sCuand 0to oomo
forwt-ard alnd ro1roll.
Th pl olthe' ,iIt I\ llo big mail of tho
t"libe1. V Oii n hormeo In stolen ho Is
pcpprn eltl to Ie c Hbl to IIniid It, o'r If
IncdlluciS IIel-loie sick lie 1s expected
to muke tIlccn wivell. If cc dronight over-
lakes the Iicd hion Ls expected to mauke
It rein. lHo brews or makes anil the
nledlclcnu for Ills tribe.
Pottery inklIfg, whilclh Is a lost
art witt. the Creek lnlns to-dajf,
Wns possessed I tI ile anlnculiart of this
tribe iitll a few y-inr- nigou. 'rlie last
sulrvivor of .lie old icqlloncolI It (C mak-
Iig olt pLttiry wills nil old wolin ll 'wh0o
dfc'c ra few years ago,-Kasilals City -
J ounrle .
The Clueavupnss oalttfe.
Telie losa of tlie Federail Army of the
Ducmbterlcincn i1 that battles of Phatta-
ncoogd, Lookout Mountain and Stitrjon.
try Rlidge, as jl'vet by Clst, wias 5828
lIlled a11 11683 Wotihd; SoPe mucb for
wcur In thie sslc'flelai alxtiei. -
In tin' yeccr 18,80 wK-hl 11 t fo irst
rear of 'cystemnattl aecldacat labicla-
lIon, 0823 men, i-omen aud clIctdrefl
cwere crusijel, torn), mangled ow
burned to death on the lilues of Aaerl-
q ratlrecuds, ttd lit! 09oos other were
tnjufed in the same dlisasters. Ho
Wuch for pqieee, pulble indlterencee and
Ihe fatlr)id accIdent fifteen years ageo.
Uavring thus matde sure our footilng
nc the later ejghlle. let" cq come In
Olvn bi'tod step to the pi'esent; till
iihtll We butve tlce war tnble before ua.
)ur 'ilultelotn11. Cist. ssapr'fj ,tbat, all
tAtis eoolpidered, thie tiro dsv' fight,
ng at .TVlokawclncg -lands uasor-, ,

S. '; .
e'.innti LIfp For Evwaling Slboes. 'at In i peW in one 94 wwa
WI'lH i light satin or white kid slo0"- front of UI e wa 9peW "106.
ar too soiled ilo alitcnr again. 1Ich'y (Iozell o r mIor lovely WOIe. Si
m may itntlly bh C4'cr\t .l wlIli llnaeCk silk ilg broad (Ijrlicmtpl d lhats. Il
or velvet, or vP'lv'i'e'i, .hi'dwcol on nrer' Itrtt-iy ueek in order to seo $Wa '
cLrulliflly tile cXi.I i.i liii*li4. | tih.Ic sloP., later and U1e choir. It p Cua SF'44
The hbel miust be ell.'lclnulei Ih tl,-k w'lli rervico that I realized t ite adH
liat enamel, and liti' lic.,($ ti-I i, r f re1moviiog tice ltu, lpd llScV i I M
excecleutlty for day we"ar. I at on ce took lay stand on ll Ci

ilrosn i las Artist. ilh' to PIge women and,t l
onie of ithIoao connected 'iii ihll. c't lrt .'fI (or >-litrcl>t I n fact, 1 .
department of the St. Liouls ExiO>iii.Mliin il,. whi. a n afford It siIote ;&)I
lI qiu iiltei as saying : .t <',i .lii ri' ifi i le t. r'espectibt le Sb.a
'i'WoiIIcu i will land on in eil i iiiiy elln. a nic'ctlimr. r'sciv 'iilly for thl
will 111:111l l t file o tislll a Purchair e scrvic' .. iedx loonS lil.."
Exs lioximll). No p np inil cllslafictlionl ii D .D lii. n H. P'liilhcp tt. i'pator ,`'e
exlilltl't1 ix ilade for woman's work, centilril Ciriisili lhurcli., also
IandI no Injlliing as at Chicago., but in pir'esi'l IlicsI.elf as '*votii g fo
!ill Ih llt' c il'o l tclt. I rcc c n tlo fS i oi .f ii's icj l." "aB,,'
iotl.oitilc vioirl' WOnmaii partlclin lleS. "If wOCIorIei pcr.ist InI wearing hats ait
i'oic wic ll l it.'l 1 dliM'e in ttd Jurie ll- large as itel fuil moonn" said Dr. PhlU%
o nf Ic%\\it-1l \VNccl[Il scuclptors aiiil iit, I tcv it it n'rtui cily ndvlisabll.: e \iht
piliiIlIrq li.\ l q ili, i...tmiiip uf thie fille-t tillo IIinp i off nt tile H .Sunday sery le,.t -d
work (i ic' loll, I e.x i-itlolt builldings'. *"lliwe\ve'r. If tIliy get i slyt e imallyi]
%VWomn liav hc, ii linr-os on Govern- I, ,iliic.islnon,. to aint the people 9lttlflg'" "
Inecnt. 81cilno a nc ,clti r c Icniirls in 1 li h liinic d thi A-r i n i see lhIe speaker M .
collection of (ex> iiIi. a11II cil in he eX- tiho chiolr. It l will lie 1 different plrol"?'.'i,..
plollallollC f (In l.:xpl'>I'-Ii. Ther' 4 au. t one nciu never tell bhelowel'-
al e even wio nilt, on'c ii ,'i .i I-,.I. .*i til ;I hicnid ti> Just what size the, tyleil wlt
Woluan contractor co itlic c.l li.i ..ill 11 n i,1.11 1 r
in the actual plyekleal c.'uin iHullo of *"'il.cple nt chilreh like to see ths
the U1 position." 1iniihlhiIc 11 in ip ulillt i ndl tin e nillati t "
...-.-l..-.-- Illcs i' i.'lee ti llt ople' who11 be la a-
Stransre TrnuAdes r Womuane. iie.slitig. liut lti- wcilarin'g of lIrge hat
About seventy yeaours ago a New Yorlk by woln'ii preveint11 titi. Tlierefore I
restaurant hired a young womalln as iisat declare for taking them olT."-
cashlcer.. ,lce wVls the first wotanl Indianulloiml Sun.
cnslhler In tilte oly, and ii the restaur.lnt .- ,
doubled Its trulde., beitts e o the rush Not 1 Wilin. 1.
10 lote a won01111111 (In.t clciiloshier'f ilelk. YOut see. the athletic shirt walitf4 '
'o.-day, accorlling to the latest eni us lii citl'rely a fashion Whillm.sll, aw
tp01)ortl, there uro women in praetleally Incilinnapolla News. Lt IPr really th*;*
every trade and profession in the cotiun- pire.-lon of an improved sataloi Cl| .
try. Here, for iliucstlL'e. ar' sonie of tlon.
fithe trades lit which wonien are elu- You have to take It seriously. be*
f)loyed: It stands, really, for good ense
Iuinilierieno ..... .......... 10)0 comfort nud Is inanlrt just by ci"
Plunmbern.... ....... ........... 120 And so it is worth ilving up, or ratllhi.
'Voodeliopper. .................. 11, JI to.
'T.onshiiorion.e.. .... ... ,.. 18 I you alive no clhannce nor time fio,
Wathlin. ... ..... ............. 870 golf, for thl slake of your shirt waist.
t3oatnjen.......... ......... .... 151 do all you can to acquire the athtlett
Pliots.... ... ....... .. ........ fi figuree in some other way,, Ti eid *D '+i r 4
i-haeci driverls.................... 4:1 'fw very simple things than a*y glll
Bigagganmen.. ................ 11) cain (oi cery day of hei lIlfe, without
Brakemnen. .. ..... .. ............ :1i lintr'uction, that will co Iutt a lot In I c'
Mnaons ......... ............ ... 1li7 ill'oviliilnt of her appearance.
Flishernieln...... ......... ..... .1M805 Hli<. t" ic le rn to stand and.wnik ad11. li"
Bla knlmithUi........... ......... 10( siitcorrn-rtly, and theme thilugs wUIl ofri '
Quarrywmon. ......... ...........1370 the ifirt day prove beneficial. A1a .:
they iare all no enay and normal. ..
lho. Pleasant Mither. "< ihi' should stand with her .pine
Shere are ninny conicleietiolns fathers straight. her lhips back. abdomen :
Alld cio.thers nwIo nmake o eulemnolve and drawn iao line with waist, chest lgh. .ba
IlipIr hlilldron inlscrablo by tInklug ntliways liglh. every minute of her li f, '
yotlihful foiled too aorlollsly. It sla n t shoulders back andl down-and ahew a ,,
intinat propensity of it child possessed in the first honir's practice the bgla- .
o1' tiveragei gool liealth and spirits to c1ing of lihe athlete figure. .
nnake hildel' i)a'ple Ilugh .IrItI lilcni-oint Tiuls pose should never beo loqt li. ,f
ht lilmn. but At the thilisi thlrt fice,, walking or sitlIngI. Ion't telescope .
u111111g to lIId own s1IneC. 1 ld idtne wlcenv1 yo" Usit down. It's neither rest .
another who lnlts ti Il ilbhlith c intd e-fily fill jior graceful.
humor to center Inio lils funi liecolii(s Pit straight. andil f you leanu bak
his ninst fnariralnthin conmpitilon. He let -your slnoculdhIers, not the hollow o ,',
hoeds her rc"bllnkis And ihecnd.s to her thite Iaic, touch the chair. Bit asi
corrootlon witlumt ili.-f'elig, wihlre tIboigh you hnd springs tin your hi '.ps
sternllicesi roiuld Ilrollst ii i l pril IInd1tl not V-oodleii joint. It Is pon able to P
Ire, for hie Im mnsiII'il I hini rlic Is it'c ilf ru 11n l 'e ilt of tltii pricPtiHl l shirt wais ,
to share all nlW Inioc(ct pllrnik, iand l >i y snikking iuto a litcuLp wilenc you alt
that her dlanpproval lu haa no ;irndatilon down.
In liupatlienco or ilnjluslet. And when lInvling tihe right poise of thI body.,
the day arrlvp i tlint "chidlish lhinKlg hold It wheil you wiIlk. Stlep lIghtly .
are put awny" nlutl l he grown nltu ncid on tho banls of the feet, and tale Al.
woeniPi look linrkivard to tholr early a7y,. fairly lou. swing l iig-stepl.
homes, with whilt 11 tlhrul of ploasrnre It Is really no more ilntrinslicallys i;i
they siay, wlhen lihaigc hI|I>lIePe., ".Motlier i'st to will with a short step thi
would nppreelat tlills; mle lind lthe is to have a v mall mnoutb; at lefssi t'e'
.quitkespt nseap of hliiiilor of ally woniull nap other expressions of lfty r
you over antwl" A.\nl iiilnernoathl these Ideals equally convincing, to a4mili
light words 1s 1111 thou ljt, "[low n'nti. So walk freely and com rtM L
happy that dnear :mother tuado tlc, and If you like to, reatling assured that
how I love Iierl" ethical standards will he unmlias v
-g .- .- And learn to breathe rIghlt.
vhat c(irs Cmvi to, The.Now York ;irl gets her pIq4t
"I am only id girl, Wluit can I do?" Iutcr espacity frotti her outdoeq
Is the exeinmotion on0 freoquontly hear. Bitef hineiatild sfIgli, lsecause in the.ls
wlen some fair young oreaiture ls she Jreo rfigtati but thero Is no
urged to bostUr i'soelf and accomplish wily evfry tirl Ishopld not kiP
some good for t such gh'irls as these who fall to reoalil be cty tig'I r'ultw i
that'It is tim girl who diocs things In If your cheelt Is m lt4 high,
this world who Il attrnctive. both to essiry for correct itadl; 'llg
men anid to lie owna sex. wwlilel in at have tlio proper w 1ft .' i
counts a Ilttle, to, in t(ho long run. irenthling. At the sit Yi pI.tr
To hayt not be able to do great thtlgs, tice breathlul in e e hel' Q open w
t6 paint 'rat things or to alnf l grand ,.. *"' 5*, ." ,".*
operp, but you can learn to make bright _'
little thifos for yourself n!d tour '
ftiede, anrid perhaps to play the Ilgt. t,
"catchy'" airs of the day 1o that your ePu S
friends wIll ecJoy themns, cnd If 7 Tr,
enn't do cncuythlng elib cultIvate th An 't -'I
of talking brIghtly and of beltg ayIt" l m l w o, sf ,,
vrery h girl can do one thrill Wll .1 *IfP '11 !^9;edti,
she will only take the toubie to d lnd-ila Ifi dho ,,
out wifat that thing Is. Thoilu.it UilllUl ot. .GL ..... W
Is tbnat she oftiwnrrokai fn the opposite Bluttqot0 ''
dlveiretlo: she witta to 40o ometinlmi step ietlng r., .4e t
great and shboey or aQthing at all. But What Ite ,f tn bhlouse b
there are other talented within reach If kilre 4 t ot $1I eo afl
pil will oicly look, and those talents motiq'qI hie. -. ,,,
may bn Sutic ft comfort to ber la i...llt em *nusu
dark bows that they wirll make. la r t eSd
Wetter ld happier both for her .it 0% b ?
a.obw bhekse "' o ..i..

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iil lh Tlce-A-Weel Star
.' editor and Proprlaetor.

*ttedl April 28, 1903, at Gainesville,
,as second-clAfl matter, under Act of
p reas of March 3, 1879.

ft.lbllshed every Tuesday and Friday,
t:SLQO a year in advance,
5 Cents for Six Months, I
S 5 Cents for Three Months. C
L'o:)cal RVeaders in brevere type, 5 cents
6i for each Insertion.
llct for display advertisements priced I
Sapplication. 1
editor Is not. responsible for the
'Awls of correspondents or others con- .
abatingg to his columns.
V President of the United States
Alton Brooks Parker.
. Vice -President
Henry 0. Davis.

,*. .e STATE.
IUn ited States Senator
u; James P. Taliaferro.
'Ma.ember Congress, 2nd District
Frank Clark.
-.TPresidential Electors
{ H. P. Bailey,.
I' T. A. Jennings,
J. C. B. Koonce,
'- A. B. Newton,
: P. B. Stoneman.
.. ,Napolean B. Broward.
. eeretary of State
H. Clay Crawford.
William H. Ellis.
A. C. .rooar.
$tate Treasurer
[' William V. Knott.
uperitendnt Public Instruc
UV [. H olloway.
oer of Agriculture
l McLin.
ritd Comiasioner
S JohU L. Morgan.
oSupreme Court-Six V
IJ .',tuwick Taylor.
Sl supreme Court
tt a. Cckerell,
imaes S. Shackleford,


.G. Mason.



r., W. Fennell. e
Circuit Court an
11. Wienges. wb
ssr rwh
'W W Colson. arc
Hector kli
SW. D. Dickinsou.
nteudent Public Instruction d
Dr. J. L. Kelley. deS
County Treasurer Sot
W. H. Robertson. zer
vcnuty Surveyor Ing
James Croxton. ma
Sor County Commissioners gra
J'. G. Dampier, wh
J. G. Oateen, la
C. C. Pedrick,
t P'. Pulling, B
Townsend. rei
'mber of School Board ki
j A. Doke, th
L. 3. Weeks.
Honesty is the best policy;" ril
Mnen seem to have no de- of
ar the best. ani
York will be sure to turn an
be next President, but West Vi
ald is to furnish the Vice- In'
#pt. See? nco
-.Would be a, great blessing to
oLate, in many ways, if every
payer would give in his proper-
4Its real value. fa
United Democratic party, w
blicans will have a plenty to
S4tuing this year of grace.- t
bubrg Commeicial. B
there is a bigger- am ikt the th
tic party than'. William in
p Bryan is he didn't happen Jo
w- up in 'the 'St. Louts con-
ers who come to Gaines. 10
d not go away until they m
*POveir the town and see al
g o here in the way Ws

d Upl took a plank th

V oIl "l a w
*tews. i

paper a l
lgbht win by b
quican excma

h ..

:OVINTY *cv au4Wn ww,'..,,-;
r refrenceto toe srtite l&:
a Star about lowering the tas
for Alachus county it will be
that the present board of Con.-
ommisafonera have done. well,.
when tihe new board enter*
i its duties it will find .tie
icial conditions of the c-nty
,e best condition it ho4 b1'4
years. Dr. T. F l.,
rian, Jno. 0. Ma. .
son, P. G. R. C.
4nt compose t1 d. and each
ese, exc't 't k t aid.er, will
e, of hxt 6wn volition at the ex
tio. of te present term, and
mew board will be.composed of
D. Daupier (the only o14, mnem'
) J. OG. teen, C. C. Pedrlck.
; Panlling and J. 1. Townsendl.
the new board does pa well -as
>Ild one bas done-and we know
reason .why it should vnot-
her year's time. will find the
aty's affairs in a most excellent
here are a few editors in the
e who remind us of'a crazy
Dol teacher -we once knew. The
her would whip a boy .in the
ning, and then speak tpkindly
lim the balance of .the day.
le of the Florida Mfitors are
tng in a similar manner by some
he recently defeated candidates
iey helped to "whip" the poor'
iws a month or.two -ago, and
r they delight to remind them
he flogging they got. We bwe
Sit is sometimes, necessary to
p children, bttt there is no muen
autice in contintting to scold
abuse them after the whipplaun
been. administered, and we
Ok defeated candidate should i
Led with more kiudnese thai
: victors seam to think they 4e
e.,'- "... ,, '.
aomfe people want a newapape
a to be just exactly what the:
ak he ought to be, and if I
e not come up to the siandarn
by pet for him he is, in their esti
tion, "no good." And those
ie would-be standard setter
:m to lose sight of the fact tha
sat would please them might dim
Lase everybody else. If we eve
t to the point where we cai
iase everybody we shall then cef
sly go out of the newspaper bus
ss, for we will be able to anak'
immense fortune in a very shor
ili by simply showing oursel
Mnd as the only curiosity of it
ad-Jn the world.

Oom Paul Kruger, former Presi
nt of the Transvaal republic, ii
uth Africa, died at Clared's. Swit
land, early last Thursday morti
g. Mr. Kruger was a very r<
arkable mans-one of the world'
and old men-and even those
bose sympathies were with Bng
id during the memorable Bridals
oer war, cannot but have a hig
gard for him, and remembi
ndly the departed ex-president
e Transvaal.
It seems there was a second Ni
anal Convention in St. Louis dt
ug the past week. It was tbi
the "Negro Liberty Party,
id it nominated W. T. Scott, a
lat St. Louist Ill., for Presiden
d W. C. Payue. of VIrginia, ft
ice President. Both of the not
ees are black. The party and I
sminees will probably not be heal
again.-Savannah Mornit
"Golden Rule" Tones, Toledo
mous Mayor, is dead at las
em not fit to sit at the same tab
Ith-him sometimes found it ea

jeer at him for his heroic attem
live up to the Divine iuiunctio
utl they will not disturb him
0e next Word,"for' they were n
a the same class as Samuel I
Every parent. thinks the ban
)met children take their go
oks from him, or her. as th cas
ay be, while the homtliest "kid
r generally accused of favorih
mpe of the back generations.:
any iqsitamie it is a serious I
otlp tpoin the kide to accu
mem of faortdag either their fat

The pe#op) iUy get frim ti
w mnakete what they 0ught
n U Ifthey hied amythihg, ai
itw t. to .AAe *Ap 0O get

I ; 't "', I t .
eab tm>* a

I. the wi

is thesi Iqig-
i' t ,, strld..t'S

A t ,l j Xa the cdrt tow"i
-ai t s4 United States and tbie0
t is that the finest hotel I. their
world, (with one exception) (f
located. The. hotel ,ponft de
Leon, and the onue fl1tr one.,
said by some to be the BUreak,
also in Florida, at Patln BeachU
The largest hotel in the wurld 'is
tie Tamupl Bay, at TaMpa, Pla.,
and the oldest female college it, lthe
world is the Wesleyan, at: Maconu
OGa., 1a Methodlt Institution.
Floridal has more seacpast than any
other State .in the Union, and
Oainesvillais about .the center of
'the State, and one of the best towns
in it, while the GainsvilleSTn office
is situated right exactly in tite cen.
ter of. the world. Foreign ex-
changes will please make a note of
the foregoing facts.

Editor Seizer, of the. High
Springs Hornet, was in the -ity
yesterday, and stated that he had
bought the Alachua Hustler, and
would.take charge and run that pa-
per after August 1.
Editor Setier will then be the
-'!whole thifg" with the Hornet
and Hustler. When such a large
fellow as Brother Setzer begins to
open his mouth, take in and swal-
low down neigalboting newspapers
it is about time for little fellows
like the Gainesville editors to hide
out if they don't want to be taken

, Bryan, Cleveland, Hill, Hearst,
Harrison, Watterson, and all the
other democraticc leaders are for
Parker andt Davis, and now that
the Democratic leaders are for the
Democratic nominees let there be
no growling or sulking among the
Democratic followers, and a Demo-
cratic victory in November will
be the result.
Col. W. J. Bryau, of Nebraska,
was a leading factor in the national
convention. -Hon. W. J. IBryan,
of Jacksonville, played a conspicu-
ous part in the State Comanittee
meeting. A rather strange co-
incidence to say the least.-Palatka
Many ol our people are snuo go-
inlg to thems uouil4tums, Lo tile sea
coast, and tu lhsrgr emaiLus auid
towus for ilo aumuaci. Later lu
the scasoui tlwy wili return anid
admit that they were not bxsUfiLtcd
by going away.
The most conspicuous usmember
of the Texas delegation at St.
Louis was Jfdge John H. Reagan,
the only surviving member of the
Confederate cabiuet.-Jacksonville
r Metropolis.
f Bryan will yet be president, will
be elected as a Democrat and will
Sgo down iJa history as being the
. greatest president'of the United
t States.-.Monroe City (Missouri)
, Democrat. ,
f Georgia is golug for the so-called
, Patent medicines which are but
r little more or less than cheap whis-
- key. Other States should not be
* behind Georgia in this matter.
; Brpdstreet has discovered that
84 per cent of the mer hats who
failed in 1908 did not advertise jn
s the newspapers. That explains it,
- -East Coast Advocate.
r A vagrancy law of the right
t kWild in Florida would cause labor
. to be more plentiful and more trust-
a worthy, and would result iota great
t decrease in crime.

xiedwly Gent (eUnsina to atrMa-
I- Thee a good msan condeiton- at-.
d teete- our goverWpentatl ast -to
day that are vwy qppre-tv%, and their
S 7Ant oaame my r a e day ldad to a
- )e1ar U~ sl ..
S Lady (alsoo oo .1tn. udng eomunml,
a Ie)--.Tb pL b.t (wl wp tufo
Siamsm at male seinpsaett of m M
- y- wuoud f took t'r It to tbeao U
e a attee tarltte b stnteDtets.
me i w a. rue. wc a

keep lfr yess break flc- efr w
* .na Owk ti. iknad t btr a

w wae qt Aiula b le rdtr f

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In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
Sif4 'up-to-date" Shoes fot Men, *
; m- Wmen -and Children, at popular *
prices and of the best makes. $

We call

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

*I J. D. Matheson,

ihoe and LeBte v$toFL. qinepviile, FIn. &

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you wartt to buy

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





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Ar lialtimiore .
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Ar Live Oak . 6
Ar Madison . .
Ar Monticello . .. 9
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Ar Pensacola . ...
Ar Mobile . ...
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Connections for I'almetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota.s on 3, except Satur-
flays, Ironm Ujainesville.
T rain No. 34, Seaboard I express, drawing room 1'ullmaa sleepers between
Tampas, Jacksonville and New Vork, via Richmond and Wasnington. Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Rjichmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 6., Spaboard Mlail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars betweetI
-lacksonvie and Washington, and drawing rooL l nl leep a bew t Twen'apa,
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper Letween New Orleans and Jacksouville.
teasers for Key West and Havana. Leave Port Tampa tundays, Tuesdays and
Thursday, 11 :15 p. ni.
A. 0. MAClONEL., Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Pla.
F.- C. COil{ Ticket Ageut, Gainesville.

Gainesville Gulf R'w'y Co
'l'iae Tabe In ffectJuly11,198

Time Table in Effect July 11, 1908.

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