Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 8, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01046
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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iL. XX1 NO. 260





Soon As Panama Bill is Dia
posed of.


Interest Manifested In Today's
SeIelon-Unanimous Consent Was
Given for Consideration of Panama
Canal Bill-Other News
Washington, Dec. 7.-Lss Interest
indicated by the attendance of
LaMberf ad spectators was manifest
.ed l the proceedings of the house on
Sits oveanig today. An adjournment
-aWtll aext week wl be taken as soon
a the Paama bill, to be tLken up
teay., Is disposed of.
A seesloa of the committee on rules
.Jot before nooa reulate In the prep-
aration of a rule which will force con-
lderation of the canal bill should
UIlaimoums coaaut be refused. The
*lru provides fr unlimited debate.
Representatltes Raasdale and Rob.
*.-rtaok of Loutelasa, presented them.
oelwve ad took the oath of offle.
Unanlmos Coneent Given.
Unanimous :aooam t was gives for
.coaslderatfoa of the bill appropriating
.15.00,000 for the Panama canal. Mr.
Williams claimed ther should have
pmdltures. Mr. Hepburn made a gn.
Seratl. peee on the canal *ad pifgrea
Sf the work so far.
Rouah Rider Get Nomination.
Among the oaulmats eat to the
easate yesterday wst tb t of Seth lul.
Io., of Deadw6od A. p., to be United
s ate marshal in oM8th paota. Cap-
tafil alloch, who Is at present super-
31atdest of the Black Hill rest Ra.
MtR, is a personal fried of the preel.
l oUlh Riders In the lat Inaugural p.


After Hearing before Mayor Alleged
Wife Murderer Returned to Cel.
Greensboro. N. C, Dec. 7.-Dr. Mat.
thews, charged with wife murder, was
remanded to Jall after hearing before
Mayor Murphy Testimony of Lhree phy.
siclans and other witnesses showed
he iad during the day made repeated
attempts to be with his wife alone, a
ter which It seeme she was on the way,
of recovery. Tie last successful et
fort, while he was pretending to pray
they said, was the Immediate cause of
her death.
The coroner gave a graphic descrip
tion of the scene when he snatche\ the
hypodermic out of Mattiew's hand and
saw It withdrawn from the dlilug
wife's arm.
Analysis of residue showed strych
nine. All physicians said the original
cause of her sickness was from mor.
phine, not strychnine, as her husband
haJ declared.
The defendant was put on the wit
ness stand. He was calm and collect
ed.\making no suggestions to attor
ney. but sat beside his father. Oreat
beads of perspiration formed and ro!;
ed from his head.


Great American Humorist Guest at
Delmonloo Dinner.
New York. Dec. 7.-Mark Twain on
Tuesday night was the giest of honor
at a dinner at Delmonlc's given by
Colonel George Harvey, In honor of
the humorist's seventlet' hhirt.lday. The
guests were confined clo.ely to wrlteri
of imaginative literature. and about 150
authors were present, nearly half of
them women.
Drling the dinner a congratulatory
cable message was rpeilved from Ing.
lead aigned by forty of the most dis
tiauisbhed writers there, Including
Thomua Hardy, George Meredith. Al.
fred Amutea, Arthur Balfour. Rudyard
KiplIag. Anthony Hope, Sir lilbett
Park, Ir Otaaon Doyle, lan Macl-
ren. Mrs. Hamphrey Ward and Israel
m ...ai& M

A number of annual reports of pub. The principal uven h
,.o I est reIhlvnd was c bust of Mrrk
officials were laid before the sen guest rei was a bust of Mark
.t at the beginning of today's session T hlf fe
a&d this order was followed by the re te Nominated Dstrt Attorney.
;*^i~tio n nfpellla c b. .\ .. Tate Nominated District Attorney.
Satatn of petitiW and bill. Washington. Dec. T.-n the list of
b a large number were Introdue,! appoint nt t to the senate Tue.-
The first bill for the se'oa was pre. day were two In wnich the peepl ,)f
sened by Mr. Fre and was a private o ve d nte t Tbh
oGorgri have a doep lntereat. Thn*
.-los ...asure, were tae appolntments of Hon. Carter
M hat Marine sill Introduced. a t b d
-e- merchant sm.arise oommssloate to be Jistrict, ttorA y of t. *.
The merchant mtarie commission ..art .sr nA & thi r s .

* ll was today Introduced by Senator
S-4alllnger. He also presented the blase.
a report of that comissloa.


Paeresft Gelg intoe Bankrupt.
i~~ I~M. h-, P.
ey en Aeteuat of lupenese
rw. Ruslaa Posla,. De. 7.-
Sf the smaller actoies are go-
bealreptcy beesn of their
to tmet the additional *aP.-
occuakmed by the lacrease of
which the strikers force tae
Lo rat.
ban4drd me1 employed at the
t'a eatral alebol store
1w adiuasl pay

gpsrmmemt'se 's tr tiest
dr r the, ma re e ruad
.48soama at 8ummses

by a frn weato to


ipk of Pfurat City earty t
"Meatuli sa the d""ah et tea
INMe% %hNer Mwar d .a4 Arter Be.
ot wh" we ea a uiae&
aI d t smarm ma e w ofa

? .. N W *
-r 1rrI nr

meet of I'alted State sMarsal Walter
Johmson Both appolatment have bee"
fully expected The Georgia seastors
will see that the nominaltlos are
promptly conlrued
SIn tLelit of army promotions t.ere
appears th# name of Colon RBtler I)
Pric of the sBlteenth Infantry. log
stationed at Pt. MePhees. who is
made a brigadier g eral. and placed
We the retired list for length of serve.
and Uo tenant Oraysos Heldt, of At.
sats, who Is promoted to his cap(a:ncy

Mr e Paymaer Net eCnfirme
PtiMdeIIa.L Dpc. 7.-A* ahe of IS
Taylor uSimaton. whose mwder It
Me of ahis wife a4 am. Is r.ort.
1 tI a dispatch from Alt)es. Pa.
Mad last aaht that Ise a4 heard

aIl her erte west to MYNk-, about
tW yes ago as a pospector 4ad later
as airimedst ed paRymaster of
the Ms Joe liaS, opera by a
Me TrLt *staJlso. The m*W ad d
ad t@h~w wom Mr. metes aM hais
taly rwe ln ~ bodf tiem here abaet
da etbe ago the were& aIt LaTa d.
So--m- MeNe. uad they stat*4 ta
sMeded is the witd& *~* malms r&"
whlll -sot o s 1I 10 we6 me0

a s s6te tW WUM *ew P- lae
i Ii I -41 I Ireported

01 OAW hM a1Wanoow f-4f bLJs
y as mUal r *I s ub t teM~
at A-wes b MsYgoter Sw1 mtev e
a Mt is ~-the na wm
5-- OW a Tdse as e s os MOMM I
a MOW U asNo V~e Is sema I




Well Known Writer and an Au
thor of Notta


Coachman Tried te Cross Street In
Front of Rapidly Moving Car Which
Struck Carriage, Knocking Him Out
Against Poet, Tearing His Head Off.
Chlcago. [eo. 7.--A 'I't luine .,tpecalu
tront Mexico City gives uiitther-i tenths
of the acclidnt ila i hkii JaumI'is Htus
sell Parsons. UI'tted dtu I s coinsul gcn.
eral. lost his life thren iHe was in
an open carriage Ia whli 1i h' ikas driv.
lug with rs. PassOs and thlir son.
w hicth was struck by an 'tt-l' "ic car.
Mrs. Parsons wa sllli.tly Injured.
The toy escaped wlthuit a I :altcll
Toe accident happened A..ili. Mr. Par
sons and his family weir. gt.!ng to thAt
Central station to bid fi re w:ll to sinme
friends The omochbmaw trill to cro)A
a street car track is frunt iof a rapill)
moving car, which strtu k thI;e, ct'rliia
with terrific force. cru-!. t! it against
a trolley post. Mr. I',.,rn' heatl
struck the post. the a, '.o-' top of I.,.
nead being taken of.
When assistance arr'\,,I thei boly
was lying with the hea :t t1 ,hotullers
on the pavement andl :o fe et In .
wreck of toe carriage
Mrs Parsons was '.ist'rtiin i'.ndl1)

around, itinuned by ton
trying Incoherent seil
where she was and a
"Mamma. I think
said Janies Russel I
Mr. Parsons as te,.
the truth.

* -I ti lit lt?

Mrs. Pmar-ons was 11neitf lnu ily tak
en by friends to he'r tw.denc'., whlier
medical assAltatit : w:,- glven Mr
Pairons' hodly ae-k 'sk-n tor, e i petllc i
station, aeorlding the p.it.,e r ,;ii:i
tions, where to. imtli', a il t iie ll#l
pen.ling an or(! t f *,ni a JiilIKe
Bo far supern(flrt '. naliintiu n fa :rtI
to reveal a sl,'- Injury ot I-I, i
brulish n any I"l' of ithe. l,4 y et'r;i
the top of the ) I Nt a ltone I-
broken and cx ;' for lhti it;sil lr

the face appeiri
1'ntil the po:l,
eluded there Is n,
responsibility, s I
was cloee enoulf-
The morftrmal
coach both dis..,
after th. arrIcl:.
bees arrest'di
Wroald rapi-lt a
Amerlcan ev:orn,

.eirfecI.y mrat'1 .tl
11 ORestig'ui 1 II I I ( il
iKtln*n of flhi% i t tl*
a actual )e. wli l-s

and d' lsrr of the,
,.arej Immeillately
and have nof ye*'
News of the affair
,ng Ia.stwra of

ew" Of Death o fAmeican ConsuI
Albany. N IY el. 7-I-Asnr'-can
coaul Ovavru J,% (ea JtItumll Paraun%
Jr., who was I. hby an 00ric car
at his poet I s' lt? of Meaie'u ;"
night. reiside.. I :i3 last apporint
most by Prpi:. Rosruevelt. In tl
ked troot, Lth: a- e YNowas hews II
1o1s80 FJIS. A-!, ZQ, 18I lie was
gradUat I' At T n tr clegeln It sew a
Ameorloi c osins. -' AI leeLoss ppetie.
Cer say, from 5lto I M Is Igo
be was Mad0 tn'..eel.V of esw"dwmp
Orhoble for the tj-. irulty of the K&l&
of ?NO WTor t- e w" he w e
Jl4reeter of to.; and hih er
patibeto aso dp-'rIyr y tf e M
vrersify ofNow T- -a Mr. Pa Pm
well knows ao a 0r He I"rW "etW.e
of -prmessus 34".'eelotho~se" Agert
a I". 'T e.o& l6me thro661
AmWer= IV#* aherotW vsv @

61416 CONe O "11

med TO=..bebitum?.-Two

as a pow a p a 4 m tuWaft

1W o "Am 6Wo amonb

Weie. WT er ~?-b ogtr
f 9he CenfedenhI a ?eam so

fopw silltof o & &r

Resolution Proposed In RegOM t a
New System of Governme't
PuhMln. L*c. 7. ''in lilsh niattnal
Ob)Wyetion was o). '.,l .t lt the Manslon
bouse this morning inuer tAe prerl
deOAc of John KR l.;'1 i. T'.:r:( was
good gatleiing of ticntlwra of parl.a
ment sr.a delgxattrs from all palts of
Mte country). Special Interest was
taken by those arei t at the eorven
tUon a the aidvet of the New Liberal
administration at West mlnste'r.
In ths tcounecton the following res
olutlon will *5s proposed. We solemn
ly assert that no new s stem of govern
ment in Ireland i111 be accepted as
satisfactory except a legIs:tlve as
rembly freely elected nnl represents
tive of the people with pwer to niake
laws for Ireland and an executive gno
ernment reoaslbhle to that asfemtbln
and thls eoatwntion declares that t.ie
Irish natlooal party cannot enter Into
an alliance with or give permanent supV
port t any English party of govern
ment thich does not make the ques-
tion of granting such an assembly to
Ireland as a Cardinal point of It-
Drogress. _- -

Of Recent Korean Minister to Frances
A Custom that Prevails.
New York, Dlc. T.--Interest In t.le
arrival of Iair Kalsetr WilhelIm 11, due
htre tmlay In lncrreasd because of the
fact that he steamer has on hbord
Mtil YIIn Tceaan. until recently nin
lAter frimn Korea to Fralc'e, and waio
all; n't know until he re'aehee New
Yvik of th death ff iOlnce MIn Yong
W\\h.n wmh ci<)mmitt.l iitriled as a re'
S W lf ,r e eastidlahnint by the Japa

ne- V V 1'% 0.1Itiou. lit of 14 pltoterluilatp tOwe?

A IFu',e'sn eiugwtenu Ik that If a Ter

I 1o fC t e 111olm
The.K, II I W1 n t I I 'I tdetItIt i ts

ii,: it r, 4 yh0, 5!ut I ? l.b.t' litI e'h Ir
-f I-f llutlo r ii pittrv t i qt i last heth
all 11110 1Itlet cf of Police- IIaeyl 1%,11A


Appllcat on Made to Change Sentence
To LIf Imprisonment
A, at 'a 14- 7 --Aptetzrtuloia As
-iIf le o' I I r Ii l itlu lo n rnl t T .14jea
1i. u f ft I luu~uiu it soa. i rse' N-'fit
% ill 'aeirnlrighuai # iif Jeeffe'-ria'c ric tuty,
feeem tisitgn g i t 11. I rn :o.*i s'uef-ai
Oianitnbaasum I* t a unln negrs. I1
ye-ar. (if &Sr. alec k~le14 aa ognit wo
man a o urnlalw l hIm whisky ?%@
rrln.e Is sell ts hae e Ine the result
cto Wes nlnosl'-atlon frepm hiA wobiky.
If s, osenitee-ed 1t) le issuloet eo
rrelay. I w I.' l'. lr ieof the mous
'srulaferti Whil peo)pl* of Jc-f:erbs
frcatlty ate l.tever0'ed t140molvs t Io
-4r tbwjalf and have urged thi sromaa
iot nto grrant Ia n MODCtlos 1,he
mao!!r will be takel up If Ior ifiedt-
actiknobose tte 0*Iseiog wle-rni
awr 7%K*JJY.

60%0 Y We~ Com t Skawlew
SceboleaY, X. IV, Do I -Mrs
lAstW. Wetoed. a A g rgstrtly *;,
samwas 4i~leg #Aat footaisir&4 I staIgu
frilm lest eghm t wb th00rue verva'leh
stwird spin dpath SheAsjL. "'I
those sh lfered f Jef as lab IC&#
Pie.- ftlea she ofis"heet f% ftn4eff ar
UVw Memma U Mad4an Inspre r.
sealeg bl "itsf at teC s s#I&I I@
fell to the orw dee. A ti ..,- vA
a" we. &a1mv as5 alear;'r. 44
wand "a h*d take, po-ses

?e News Wiretees eterapIep.
ta. ON. O.I -'Ibe femtup'rg
A"OsF e tflW i aempsad i arruang
IPSe as .iV, J.pS'Mi e lsteem I tu
ILad heaee Aheema V~uslmt MdL
Mac K&Aa ft '40610A yugorlia, xwg
be, Ulmeber as'4 Iflawbrg Iij edeithue
to theft saw O.#*aw AeIba. fr"It
The le,,g 4Ls'see wirelloe tAeurab

Ljowww", 111lCoaiiii COWWO "Y"44
ft~apeal lf.-St'ay Ilem7I ts
befilt I A b.' r-Aawbj.'we g asaJle I&&
latispawr 4- W" 10 eeSl
Veres e riid es OL .I'a l"160

dam p' I-w V-4 I 6t4ebeeP"


Prcmisi d by the Maniftsto of
October 80 b.


Impossible to Accustom t One Sta4ke
Population to New Order of Thing
Thus Created-Measures oeing Tak
en to Cope With Disturbanoe.
tit. Petersburg, Dec. 5. Tuesday. Via
E)dtkubuea, Uist Rutssia IDo (--An
official note was lised today explain
ing that while the government is in
flexibly determlted to carry out the re
forms promled by th Imperiap l mantl
festo of Oct. 0, It is aposeMble at
one stroke to aoetme the population
to the aJlulastratIUe of the mew order
of things created by te manifesto.
I'ntil the iew Iegslatio required by
the reforms sla asletd, the old law
must be enforced, except where they
are already replaced by the tempora.
ry provisions.
The note adds that the drafts of the
provisional regulations governing free-
dom of the press and the right of as
soclatlon have bee completed that tiep
dellberatloas regarJing the reform ol
the council of the empire sad the exS
tension of the tranbhie are nearing
a coecuslos and that the elections to
the national assebly are being ex.
diltlied. At the same time measure
ar' Itilng taken to cope with lte din
:lirbances which are adangetrng plub
lie se',urity,


Injuctlon Apgeet Aseoelation Is Mad
Peornyrent by Judge.
Atlanta. DIc. ,T.-The Master Plumb.
**s' s ame oa waoo TMosday per.
manently enjoined by JtAeI Pteele
ton frottn Interferlng with the business
of M (' Vandilver, who alout a year
agsi liroight *ilt. alluMing tiat he was
al)mii In t rlvern o it of lurltlw la by
lthI- iawItral(on
Itr Vandlvoer chargli that the local
s5n'lrstltion of master plit-ltherd Is a
branch of a natiionl samelation which
has y laws In resiralnt iof trade He
alleges tha' unl-us a nilter plumber
was a memerll of there oranisatlio 'se
reolllr not pnur'hlras* rmiillrs anywhere
In the Ilte,1d tatesl
He charged thel i- the* rAllegted by-
laws hal been ptl' In .Iceroilin iagainlt
him, anI that he e*a Irling forced on,
of business mit ,r ty I(r miked an Ia.
ju brloa tn tnr) rsn the asorlslati
fromA furhir In'.rfrrins witl him.
Judge I II Ialm'nin was at tia'
timel in Ihr tb onir. anl be i luesd a re
s r*sllrK nr,'ter snI *eti the esPe for a
beartlnr i,.rti te.I Ilntr he has bee
sIIrlvfdiPI y )ti I I'rendileft andl
thi lIartr loek ,te In n.-"*' a moath ags, i*t ha
breard arguiminti n it feor l pIt
Tu seit he ha. bant diown ioas n eet
sbh,n whIebh namil 'h l IeIlsetl per
nanIe otn the I*,rin I that the noran
Irsttin rof Rmas'er Iil-hr Is thld to
gehe*r by a rfnlrart tI re*trailr or
The ease as. a "rsr*v. wlrleptr' I
artt'lio n sait tbe reeetll W' bt lear
od with lafieres~- It Is probable, ne,
ever that ht suprtemew wnrt wVi! have
to poesm 'th. ma".r tefre It Io ilas
ly laptOe'*0I of

PS~bpe"keif nd t .ht
At .a'a fbce 7 ifto of ^ ~- uS1
pmteI ons tMe r)e Of pa r g)eB
l#rtag the I ree VII t of Isa a pid
am" yeelerdsr rdonvAwiseamr eS eeamee
to for7 41Wal f$9w eor serve S year
is tu he ealpag 7%0db"064~WaWe
n c. WWIt sad the p seesewvat 0
A AMlR. "0 teeleg ote al h al
W t Io the amt O N a"# th % As

TO Apemnt Now. Cwmmeeee "sIme.
YbpI@Vi%. a (1, Dov7 Chew Cist
JlJ. qto Oreef4ear if-1 (Wow
bowl of $eif* sfsorc I *o be ft
gstamislar t oPh- !ife sals"

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i WvrraWM Altlrt.SMU 109 FWbPPMEII




Charged With the Killing of Gar-
rett V. Chambelain Last Year.


Jury Wa-aSecured. Before Noon, and
Taking of Testimony Began in Early
Afternoon-Mistrial of Case at
Spring Term of Court.
From the standpoint of grave im-
pertace, the fourth week of the fall
98Nsion of the circuit court fur Ala-
skua county will go on record as being
tie banner week of the term, inas-
muoh as there is on trial now Fletcher
Watson, a young negro charged with
the murder of Garrett V. Chamberlain
near his home. Tacoma, last year.
This case was called at the spring term
and occupied three days, resulting in a
mistrial. It was again set for trial

Thursday morning, and it was neces-
rary for the court to order a special
venire of thirty-siz in order to secure
a jury, which was completed just be-
fore the noon hour, as follows:
B. W. Watls, Jpe Nobles, E. K. Fa-
gan. James Golon, H, J. Riles, J. W.
Raulerson, William Shannon, Frank
Cauthern, C. D. May, F. V. Wiggins,
J. B. Connerly, J. A. Connerly.
The taking of. testimony began at
the afternoon:session, and several wit-
neses were examined during the af-
ternoon, when court adjourned until 9
o'clock this morning. I
The attorneys in this case for the
State are State's Attorney Calhoun,
Thomas & Ellis, B. A. Thrasher and C.
Matheson. The defendant is repre.
rented by Attorneys Syd L. Carter and
W. E. Baker.
It is antiolpated:that this ease will
occupy the attention of the court un-
til Saturday night, when an adjourn.
meant will be taken for the term, leavr-
lag the docket clear with the exeep-
toas of a few cases of selling liquor in
a dry county, and a few minor cases,
which have been continued until
Several Valuable Transfers Made Re.
cently-Others on Tapis.
Real etate in thisL eit and section is
still active, transfers being made al-
moet dally. A great many people from
the North and other seetions of the
esoatry are being attracted bohere,
many of whom are buying homes and
will become permanent residents.
Among the latest transfers was the
home of Mrs. Emma Oeorge, North
Oalneeville, which has been sold to
MNi Ada iddlong. This Is one of the
most desirable properties in a suburb
acted for pretty homes, and friends of
the new owner are congratulating her.
It is understood that Mrs. Ueorge, who
ba been residing here for the pasl
seven or eight yeas, will spend the
water in Bowlinag reen. Ky., where
her son, Vernon, is attending college.
Orr A 8teeburg, the real estate
dealers, have just closed a trade with
Mrs. Annie Simmons of Ward City for
an elegant 40-acre farm near this city.
Mrs. Simmons will occupy the same at

A number of important deals in city
real estate are on the tapla, but at
present no definite announcement ean
be made, as there has been no actual
transfer of d.eds.

At Holy Trinity Church-Fine Program
of Choice Music.
The i oeond of the series of aored
seeltals will be held at the Epioeopa.
lie church tonight immediately after
servlee, eommeaoing promptly at 8
o'elo k Froma the program which we
give below it will be asn that a rar*
treal ha. been provided for the musie
leveMof taialm eeville and it s to be
hoped that there will be a good at.
Jar1 ee. There is so charge made, as
t 1e 11 e0t1 a ls are quite dh e and a oor *
d4 1 11 u1ion is extended to all m .-
s"" ios..
Or'aams "Gloa.,"-welfth Mass.
Ha "Itl Knoegh," Elijab-Mr F

8-m. 1 "Ai a," Judith-Mrs. J. A.

Ogeats, "Ia Od Jaaede"--ibel.
U amest-Md. Sohurie.
3btWwM M eri4* Millard-Mrs J.
A." b.

dale, "bg 0et of Abraham."
331ms-Vt. P. S. asbse-
Oueheaus. "te nimn." by speeal


Ask your doctor if when
he orders a patient to drink
lots of pure milk he advises
the addition of a. large
quantity of whiskey.' He'll
tell you "no" very emphati-
cally. Yet there are people
who, when ordered to get
Scott's Emulsion, will accept
some wine, cordial or extract
of cod liver oil and think it is
the same thing or better. If
you want and need cod liver
oil in its best, purest and
most easily digested form, get
Scott's Emulsion. If y o u
want whiskey, that's another
matter, but don't look for the
same results.

SCOTT & BOWN2, 4o9 gre l ., New Tork.
Death of Fine Cow by Snakebite-In-
dustrial Edition of Sun PleaseLa
Melrose, Dee. 68 -C. W. Baldwin lun-
tained quite a severe loes lately in the
death of a very valuable Jera cow,
apparently from snake bite. T'
The Melrose citizens were much
pleased and gratified by the very nice-
ly written article about their town in
the Industrial Edition of The Gaines-
ville Son. I he issue is a fioe one, and
does great credit to its editor. Sev.
eral copies have been mailed abroad.
T. A. Birtn and family have rented
the cottage on Melrose Cove, formerly
occupied by 0. L. Willets. Mr. Binrt
proposes to rent out boats and act as
guide to hunting and Askhing parties.
Both the Huffman House and Bay
View Neted speelally fine dinners on
Thanksgiving aiIy.
Miss Layfleld of Atlanta is a guest
of Mrs. 0. C. Husband.
Among the new arrivals at the Hoff.
man Hooee are Mr. and Mrs. 0. P.
Kinstilla, Mrs. W. Ackerman and Dr.
and Mrs. J. Paxton, all of Paterson,
N.J.; Mrs.M. M. Ooekran and Mrs.
E. Marshall of Pittsburg. Pa.; W. B.
Ayeoek. Pollard. Ala., and H. Y. Up.
ehureb of Jaeksonville.
Ms. H. W. Hamlya entertained a
few friends very delightfully at cards
this afternoon in honor of her moth-
er's, Mrs. Orr's, eightieth birthday.

Ladies of Episcopal Church Had Suc*
cessful Entertainment.
The bassaar and supper given at the
opera house by the Woman's Guild of
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Thure.
day afternoon and night proved a re-
markable sucoesN, both from a social
and financial standpoint. a neat sum
being realized.
The spacious room was tastefully
decorated, the various booths being
very attractive, aad presided over by
clever salesladies in their respective
departments. There were plenty of
good thin-g to eat, temptinaly served,
and all who patronized the ladies were
well pleased

Cured Paralysis.
W. I liftily P. O. True, Texas.
writes: 'My wife had beea suffering
fve years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to use Ballard's
Snow Li.imenrt, which cured her al.
right. I have also used it for old
sores, frostbites and skin eruptions.
It doeethe work." Sold by W. M.'

T *t

A AMWmr' da"Emobw" "-Vrml 4DW

ga'e up her *,ool work because of
"' hta"k

University School Gets Prize. .
Prof. W. N. that#, principal of the Murder Charge Paces Officer.
University High School. Thursday re- ''u1mbi,. Ga. Dc. 7-The rand
eesved from the Florida Midwinter jury Tunda1 InItered A J 'Duchanan.
State Fair Aseoeiaion a cheek for V6. a peO off Ic on the charge of mur-
being a premium awarded to h- '!der Buchanan killed Morgas Kirkser
aehool for le ehxhibitl t (he educa. a voulk oman. a fw days ago. elalun.I
sioaai deparlMe4( at the Fair. dThS tat he a was trying to uall hls some
wau indeed a eomplimas to the school H 5 1t il
atd It( healty and stmudenWt. sine,
eompeltitom was very eOter*s the A OQueareesd Owe For Pote.
edoeatiomaldepartment. The eahibit. Isehiag, blind. bleding, protreding
however, attracted a great deal of at- plelotee Drieasana autborsied to r-s
teaeson for aeenraey and a~ea* of ftad ieamey if PASO O rINTMENT
aragemetI laius *tor os i to to14 oay s .NO

sA beY "utee .hnumto e
Dnknow- h-i ear mer; -m- key*-
Sh i O0i6 6 4A l *mo o
E wn wssAMlaa im. r-

Intenme CoM Weather Respeson eH fee
Qvick Abatemoent.
PMtburg, Dec. 5 .-Tfe good caned
by the as4erise in the Allegheny,
ItauN-aj^ and Ohio rivera which
threatened Auch damage to the cities
o* lk.bigW, Allegheny and oMes-i
port and vitlnky passed off today.
The hilgheet water mark reached wa
24 feet early today. At 10 o'clock
thi water had receded over 2 feet and
was ftlling slowly.
The cold weather prevailing was re-
sponsable for the qulok abatement of
the flood.
All the lowlands in this vicinity were
partiaJly submerged by the rise of the
water and while mudh Inconvenience
resulted it Is not thought the financial
loss will be large.


Repeal Timber and Stone Act and Pro.
video Other Changee.
Washington, Dec. 5.--At least two
bills providing for Important changes
In the land laws will be Introduced
at the approaching session conkross.
One will provide for the repeal of
the timber and stone act, and the otier
will make It possible for purely agri-
cultural land in forest reserves to be
acquired by settlers trder the home.
stead law.
Representative Lacey, chairman of
the house committee on lands, will In-
Ltoduoe both of those measures.


*even Men Lost Their Lives n a VIl
gania Coal Mine.
Charleeton, W. Va., Dec. 6-A-t Hor.
ton, on Cabin creek, In this county
late yesterday, seven coal mlners were
auffocated. They were working In a
drift mine when the wooden stack of
the ventilating furnace caught Anre
and was consumed.
The men outside busiled themselve
with trying to put out the fre and fall-
ing nla that, with keeping It from sreaj
ing to otber structures In the Immedi-
ate neighborhood, paying no heed to
those in the mine, not supposing them
to be in danger.

34 Divorcee In 80 MInutes.
Savannah, Oa.. Dec. 6.--hirty4dob
divorce oases were tried In the sups.
ror court Monday in one hour and
twenty minute., the record for that
time. Verdicts for divorce were re.
turned. In each case Judge Cann
charged the Jury. The haste was due
to the desire of the Judge to catch& a
steamer for New York, which he seo
seeded la doing.
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure and wua that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup, for children teething. It
soothes the child. softens the oums,
allays all )pan. cores wind colie and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen.
ty-flve eents a bottle.

Controversy Between Powers Closed.
PriT, Dec 7 The frelgun office
0t re C(ouldtei that the controversy
between the p.,wt'rs andl Turkey Is
practically cl)fed. and that only de-
taili remain to be stttlet previous to
securing a ,aiefactory adjustment.
The internatfo:.al fleet is remaining
Inaetice pendling the closilag ef thee
d tails
Prepared for Reception: Hanged Self.
New York l1e. T-After aiding her
y'mn ,lst, r 1.l 'lan to prepare, for a
rFc(Q'ot(' in nIl wfhlin her a pleasant
evening M:, :velyn A Walker, a
launghter of a r'ch mnanufac'urer, and
a f'rnwr .cl'( teacher in Rroroklyu.
ent to her room In her father'. bouse
at No *,*t,7 rhngla.e street last nlitht
an I han et h,rself She recently


S II as TIbulator
Every Machine.
Every Machine.

Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Shole. in
use in Gainesville than any other machine.

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.

Abstracts of Title and full formation furnished regarding lands in thit
county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty years and
is thoroughly conversant with land titles.

renting a number of prominent American and English companies.
aiMes'v-ille -o da


The question
of Title the
first consid.
arat!on for
the investor.

Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.

SPECIALTIES: Abetraeta of Titles; Tax Sale Searebes;
Ageata for Ne-Reldest Leand Owners; Plats of CO-ntles,
Tewn, Etc.

References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Dutton & Co., Bankers.

SC T. A T.TBIXnD 18K0.


Sea Is81a-nd Cotton..

Sea Island

Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
Leather in Strips or Sides.


Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.

Gainesville & Gulf iRailway Company

Time Table in *feet September 24, 1906.

No. 4. No. Ll I I . 8
Da Ily Daily. STATIONS. D aily:. ail.

.vPM Lv AM Ar. PM:Ar PM
S10 ........... ....... Ir .......... ....... ... I 2 0
20 ........ .....Dum ..f. a 2. 10 O
SS ....... .. .. doe...'... ..... .... .... 1 11 0
3 36 ....... ..... .. oe a ...... ...... i
$o. 2.......... 0
...... ....... oo ............ ..
1O D ....... ... ..... r we" o .... .... 40. i I
4 10 .... ....... .
4 1 ...... ..... ...... rk oo ............... i
4 20 ........ .. W.OO. . W
.. 4 ....... .... Rocky l t......i ... .... I M
,4 4- ........ .......... .I, 'R
r 00 ... ...a 33

t 7 1 2 .. .... ...O .ham ....... .... a
71 5Ar 7 ... . @- nC. ity ......i I .O.ti
9O0 1030 .. Palatm,0. sa t. SM p IO a
.l.. S 1. m .. .._.l MO' ,. i,. t'I1
........ 8 ... h &CA. .... 148 a........

.. .... AsrAAr Ptj LvA Las PM

9*nh tiImaOW ado44on erunkwev a IsOshin, e ws ad ekm mea wp.
L Z. BAXKZ& Ommu SopeftOmMmues.J. 1 Ir. muthpo&


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By W. M. Johnson of Ga;nesville.

Our oxPrrience with n11 d:i' e x-
t, nd i ver miny yemnrs. V.e h is d ld,
I. 'ln ..in~t I.. WaIR

Wsm storage a qanti)s of houlders *"i1 "'' 'jon I.' iei a'uepnllt,.
Sd hams, two of the latter weighing of them and their results, and we can
46 pounds. He expects to kill more at honestly say that we've never sold a
the next cold snap. medicine in our store that gives more
Onaseeont of the Confederate Vet. universal satisfaction than does Vinol.
'"as' reunion at Jacksonville, the This is because Vnol posseses in-
t Seaboard Air Line will ell tickets trinsic merit, and we want everybody
aleoaville to JackisonTllse and return in Gainesville to know more about it,
for only $1.70. Ticketson sale on the and why we stand behind it.
kh and morning of the 18th iost., For centuries cod liver oil has been
good returning to and including the recognized as the grandest of all body-
15th. See Mr. Cobb. building agent for waittd human
Sst t s st- rength and vitality-yet on accounts
We renapotontofrih frt of the disagreeable odor, taste and
oem bean coke and lettuce hampers, heavy indigestible oil which envelopes
cabbage and canatloupe orates
plcabbage and canatloupe cranes its curative elements, it invariably
ptlyat reasonable prices, and clogs the system, upsets the stomach
earantee prompt shipment on all and its virtue lost.'
ee0eeta. Ship on either A. C. L. or a its v os
esatiat. Ship on either A. C. L. or Now modern science has proved that
. A. L. railroads. Williston Man thoil grey part s no vale
the oil or greasy parn has no vlle.
fastoring Co, Williston. Fla. dawtf. either as a food or medicine, and the
Rev. Lindsay Patton of Ashland, medicinal elements of which there are
Va., who arrived with his family about tifty different kinds in the cod's
Wednesday, departed yesterday for his liver represent all the tonie, bdsy-
home. His family, who are pleasantly bui.d ng anid curative powers of third
located at the Brown House annex, famous old remedy.
East Main street N., wi!l remain for After twenty years'(if tudy two m-.
the winter. They came in a private ienti French chemists discovered a
ear of the Richmond and Washington way to separate all these medicinal
lioe. elements from the oil and livers and
D. T J. W. and W. G. English. Mrs. give to modern medicine all the valli.
O. V. Chamberlain, Miss English, R. a tile eciratives if the cotd' liver with-
N. Chamberlain and G. S Chamber- ,rt a drop (i the utelte: oil, and thus
lain of Tacoma, J. N. Craig and Henry milde Viuol
R. Stokes of Micanopy are in the city, V\iuol, therefore, is guarantpeed to
having been summoned here as wit- e ic'ialki in a highly concentrated form
aeses in the case of the State vs. all If there medicinal curative and
Fletcher Watson, charged with nur. hL 'dy-.luilding elemin'ii actually taken
der. fro, frefi c(d'n liver., without oil,
Loey Jackpon. an aged colored wo. and for thli re i-onl t ii fast N supe-ratd-
man whocalls I'alatkia her home, was i t'" oldi-fa hi)oneld e, () liverr oil aid
found in the burned building next to ~"'"n('i
the home of C. O. Pedrick, West Maini .\ oildy.-bilder amid treiigth.cre.

street 8 Thursday morning. The
oase was reported to the officials, who
went to the scene and discovered that
the unfortunate woman was ill. S!;e
was removed to the county poor farm,
where medical assistance was ren-
Among the prominent visitnrS.to th1i
eity yesterday was John W. Pe~dn,
an extensive phosphate miner of Oasla.
It will be remembered that Mr. Pear-
*aon was for a long time experimenting
and prospecting for oil in Citrus and
Somter coutpties, with some degre of
eaooes. He sank two wells, from
which he secured several hundred gal-
lons of crude oil. which he now has in
his office at Ooals. He is confident
that oil exists in Florida in abundance,
and inti.nates that lie will prove it
some day.

* Writes An Interesting Letter Regarding
the Florida Female College.
Editor Uainevillle Sun: Allow me
epsee ln yoor valuable paper to say a
few words esoaernial the Florida Fe-
male College at Tallahsee, a I think
yoer readers might ejoy showing
asiething about the work that the
pupils of this newly esablished sol-
lee are doln .
There are thirty.els of the forty-flve
eonties of Florida reprieseated, whih
we think a Awe beginning.
There are two departamnts of musi
--easl and lastrumQntal. Both are
mader the masuaemeat of skilfol sea -
on. Great interest is taIes s this

The Iymeasiam has been open about
fear weerk, ad we fnd that speadlai
4we bear wioe a week isa grelt ret
Mes- lly snd of muek benaet phys-
tafs to the students.
I tereo io Nse a tInt as more I-n
*eoet being take In one department
Sthan to aotr. I thiak It i is the
Depanrmeat of Dooeste tales. The
te--be i well feraled sad every ad.
mu ag, e oeed to ma$e the wrk
etertailiag as wll as latrwusee.
Miss Jee, he bed of &be deprs.
imeat. ge eeselts itnstretoemn Mad
hope to ter eat oarea ladles *bU
ill mebe the mn OS elent beoes-
wiese of eoridea
The An Sfte.. ois a p-Me wbe all
Iil to s as t wI a e I t bafsl wse
dse th o.W whe as hwemse a
to hes twe's a me divestbe.
0es4 w*rt a beltg does tIhe

S -a-d oe aMagm .ou e m a I
IU e s- son "s to moscu. 06m
wates wme -mes "n so e
thdft LeAeas le ij ad8 Me Ms.

alr for i for o e)pl'e, weak women, I' lmy
chillr tii, for 'the anamni ic aind after
lekil u, s and fr t all puilnitioiNry trou-
hl ''e we hunvstly beI),' t it hais to
S ltialaI W M. .Io. hn.on. I)ru itiBit.

tnerva Club. The "five (;ainevville
girls," as we are called by our. Tall-
haisee friends, have the pleasure of
being members of the latter, Mise Lens
iaird being president, Miss Whet-
stone, vice-president., and Miss Uer-
trude Westgaard, scrertary.
We all regtted very mush that
Miss Baird had to leave us, but we hope
that she will soon regain health and be
able to return to college and resume
her place in the dormitory and her du-
ties in the class room.
Friday evenings are looked forward
tn with muck pleasure by the girls.
The work being done for the week, we,
all spend a delightful evening togelth.
er Something is nearly always planned
ahead of Ite. We enjoyed a trip to a
delightful inegrnding a few Friday
nlghts ago
Many of e girls went home for
Thankagiving and laings wrea not
quite so lvely, for those of us who
were left behind felt that we waold
like to have Joined the family eirele. II
only for few hours.
Thanksgiving Day was very mueh eo.
joyed by thow of us who remained is
the dormitory.
An enjoyable surprise in the form of
a delightful te was given the girIe
Thursday afteroooo. November Iah
by Mrs. Kettle
The alls-aberbing thought now Is the
mind of the girls is the Xmas hole-
days. whea we hop tn enjoy one
more the pleasure of bomre 1fe
tlTall I vvm tr iiat
Tallabaare. Iue..mh bS

All eorts have failed to aBd a bet.
lot emedy for eneghe. enolds an log
tuablee than Foley's Hooey and Tsr.
It o$pe the sough. beele the lunas sa
pewMss srsoe results from a sood.
J. N. srMeemN. ahoa. Inwa. writ. :
"Lt wieter I had a bd Sold os my
laiow ad tArte at fleat half a dooe
adiwested Soso meIuts e n d ad
5ee~O -from two e phetiOia wmAth.
em---t ---g-i eb***s. A f reWd W
limeadm d Fel ls f esy sed wT
Au **6*ba4ss of abesale sd me 1

mI a IsW- -I- -

0 VW--I ML. - .
m- om 1-10--

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..Among the visitorsto this city yes-
rdlay were John Price and son, For-
lan, of Melroe, who made The 8,in an
lareeable eill N'r. Price broutht to

Many Houses Burn.

fbenaidoah, Pn
ble blocks of heri'
ReadlngCoal anl
burned at Yate.. .!f
tire village ~n" I'
wllpd out nnill
department rr,'in!
**d the flames I|A -
000 or more.

Peaalis Eneouter
Madrid. D-c. 7
former war minlfr.
at of#eee at a a
Otleral tIAque. '1.
war,. ln wtch the
pOMed to reutire !t,
Military m.-n If,-
of an earoun'.rr

Feud Re'
Sriawne. 'iL'

jot atrled ii I
urinidy a strf.r
slandin (; ra f
hers %.1 ro-cme'
saida a nwonOc
inee tale aftetucw

Sea. uswtuvL
(bbeapa. Lma
Manum. a.ervtg
sey too Ie k s
iA"Wer Johbs
today b eoe, Jos
tw a Ingls w

)W7 in s ad of 12' 4

sea l' --SaUY &CA"&
U. K. aS. .e' 'Teri. y.t tam
400 h4. tbgr. 'ear "Jonb wof
the N<ahr W#.'- % o5 nearby

IL .- v enr+ the -~
U b WO 1 6 m
se a m sw* Tb
Se nwM @f mesa&
A FPwfil POWs

let, 1'.ueglm' ilo Illi.
1I lu, lu iim v ere
%It in, i a) 4* r 11r
,lmngsr '-i f iwin
.Ahls'nan I-aeh fir,
arnid e'r'n'gjigh
emlima', ul tse20

I0e4woen Genrslaps.
neral W#-.0 r, th
linetaken Itsc' a~n
Ouh Jevive'red by
new m lrtsemr vf
W(ter salt hr pre,
:)!In* Ina the armye
f. the peepslil'iay
-Adiftthe* two get,

inuf Kiting.
7rot Ton)

f.'"ereesy by F
'Pt a i l efI t no
.stitrwin,11'Je' in a
m I Teu *t e.riff
lifleg It-ft A' ISw
*t hte are&*

let~ lHavy sen&.
,tat# Snaotor r
''lb tei las a&
or go (t (pll (acm.
, f we& arraigned
p t)sthU~t, and af.
AU e lt.oo NdW

Trustee Chubb of Rollins Co'lege Pur-
chased Number for School.
lIon H-srrv S. Chubb. s h e' li-r of
the bou' 1 ruinstees of i 11 A Coi-
leg. \\'i .'- l'. rk, ha ,' h'a .1 '1 'r ni
EA '- } .r 1 mninary f -" a -.,( .
tutoun tiJrt)-srven neat ad'.-k., which
have been shipped and vi 1 tr used in
the Inmsnen- department orf lHollins
College. This department. whu.h is in
charge of PrVf. J. H. BriLon. for the
past tw& years a member ,f t he faculty
of East Florida 8eminary. is enjoying
the most prosperous 5ueceis in it1 his.
tory, having been greatly In reased in
Col. Chubb remarks that Prof. Brin.
son is a most competeot mIan, and is
making a fine sucoes of the busineMs

Took First Drink ftr Four Days--Ro
funse to Take Food.
Girard. Kans., Dec. 7 Mr. Irene
Berry Tuesday still e I ini',lIpuied
possession of the rallway) .ich on( nli
railroad tracks here, In 'i. 'ci Ihe had
been barricaded asnce F .I!ay i;st
Tarly 'TesdJay "he wer" ntoti the car
aisle to get a drink of i ,.1 th, flrst
she .iAs taken In four i i\ s.i ,t :
rt-fuses to partake of i fTnlv,'i food
She converrsid with oftl r ,ol e iard
at the car. saying she ,IMt hl:l her
enenles, "hutt 1dd not ,a t i k;ll
ever) bod Plans fore '' wo \man's
calpt'Wy re' till being .. a. it
no effort has Ihnteenadt i: them
into effect

Ohio River Still F' .
Frvallsin!,P. Per ft I !.n rv r
I1 !:1 rli-n rapidly ni , nt
the rl..- xl not rea f
Tui s,!av ncl t The .'
ent ,. ('onnlderai |, I i
pasnli>ng le'orts recevi ' ,
rlve-r sWte that Inc'k a' <; ,
mor'. lv Hani IlArk N .'' l'r,.n-
ville. K' ha,\e Ibecn ha e [ bi
rna iiin at
Admiral Togs to Visit Unrted states.
Fkmn Franepito. Dec 7 Minster
( risr oan America's dl;' ,):I ,. ';' i, r
sentatlip at Toklo. w 't itlve.l heire
Tuestlay on the M mane,', u c nlrmeJ
te' report that Admire lgo prinpose
to all (oreian waters lie Pay:< t irt
the admiral informed l.in of his Inten
lion to take a .Japareae fleet to I'ng.
land and the Vnlted l4tate next year

it".11 $ 29

~in lch Black PoI ii(lo 8S)it' Silk, 1ti. i'i
lar price I, now ..................

:isr.inch Black 1',ttf'oa Silk, re-gu 1:t
p'rice *1 40, 110%%......................




Black 'Ta-tTlot Silk, rvgtair
$1 ';5, now .......................

Ono pi otj. ,T' Hck Silk ( itlinoljflt, i i in.
che's Wideh' P, ltgt~I'(1,l'ira' t4$1.,2.-,b no1w .




Onoi. a 'a' IWtit'k Silk



S1' R I A II ()U SE

P aintes, IMon DEC 11 doy
Decorators and I
Paper Hingers.

A4 Looat Mvii -%t S I,aa4ne mvill,.'. Tla

All kido of (ito (ideasub euedw work
ieroanptly and tneat ly oig qe, lted.

I'P I'PER Ii 4 NI(l @I. rS(la l ON %v l r


ParadIse for tiunting sd 4Fishing

1b5. hIwbol we 06t hew uia.aeM040~ S
3w op" iaefla I i.I seam Soe w bSw b'ea
w ureu k ewtwt" admeadi o
*w,. g '- ---i--.- gese ~O M ..Y
loW raw* MA M L adoom
W". ULAVL* TISMAS. Prop~ebum.


J. A. 4X)t'K(5N. seror nd MasIsee
%0%0 - - - - - m ft -

% .4lost I phot i 5asul P- l,,r v %eNOW. Imae
oer P9I aeo.e.eaiei #i. A flat A basrd sa
'AYi(l4N MAN 4 ofAlt

35-Whl. Arfists-SO
Every Promise Fulflled,
New %itsjou.. Nw e l.4odiboaaNow inagee
N.. reJ.'r. Now lblf.. N Mew xdiv N I.
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lot Ono Objectionable Festure

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Is the hall-nark of a well-dressedl
woman tand then it sounds good to
menl. Forl that tand other reasons we
desire to c1l l'Olur attention to a few
specials s Ihat c't h iIdullicated any-
where in Fl(oridaol' the money:




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S IOtr $. RIIYMBY. ueeon Tiavel a Agent
W 'lrjWTT_..... Supt. Comlposln Roois.
g. .lan RStreet, S. TE.LLPHONS 434
.;. DAILY t, ptublishede.cry morning, -
tMonday, delivcrtd 1y carrier In the city, or
i" .'" "Ild to any part of th United States, postage
'. for f5a year; $2.'o Uix months: s1.25 three
S; ostho; or 5') cent for five weekl-strictly in
advance. .
Rea ding notice, in local column to cents a line
r farit insertion, and 5 cents for each additional
S isertlon,
S Rates for display advertising mate known on
The Twice4-Week San lea n eight-page, column paper, published every Monday and
Thwrday, and contatis all the news of the
week, local, State and esteral, and will be
called, postage free, to any part of the United
S Sateeor Canada, for |t.oos year-in advance.
Al advertiadng bills become due after rart
appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise
SgMpll ted in contract. Parties not known to us
il A required to pay for advertising in d*
a O. Address, TIH DAILY B'N,

MeOurdy preferred tu make his

drop, rather than be assisted by
trlot Attorney Jerome.

One feature of the President's
age was Its length, requiring
boon 1to read It before Congress.

Jodging from the troubles the




vlag people are having In England to
g t bread, it can't be charged that they
e roI too much over 'ome.

There most be a large settlement of
PhiladelphitFiaskers in Osba. Iwas
S disovered Just before the presldeatlal
eleeolon that 100,000 more names were
registered tbaa there were voters..

A fellow who was a human wreck
was refon d aid from S woman In a
heghboring ioty, because she had Jost
S, ead of eleve person losing their
h Ie a wreek on the shores of Nova

S Thq preo oeof au to has aud the
Swers to wear a brood smile, which
wa't some off until they go to buy
S some eo ta goods sometime next
spr iag. They will then find out who
pays the freight.
SIf more attention would be given to
actual business for Florida, so that we
so id get the country developed, it
wold be better for the 8tate. The
one way is to bold good roads and
keep them god.,

People should avoid peculiar ear.
eoMtanea and keep out of their way
as ueh as possible, for the announeeo
meat some from New York that "a
woman died under peculiar alroum-
mssaes" In that city a few days ago.

The Atlantti eIs and Coal Company
s being sued for allowing a large noum-
ber of eggs to spoil that were nl cold
storage. If the people who bought the
egs didn't kick. there certainly is no
oeloas for the wholesaler finding
fault. -- -- -
Mark Twain is the genius who knows
what to do with a story whea it gets
too complex for him. Norman Hap.
Ngod, In Collier's Weekly.-quote him
a saylag that when be Involvs the
larlmters la story so that he see ans
way to extricate them from their dif*
eIslies, he ,lsply washe his hands of
the whole bueleess.
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The Arcadia Champion will soon
hav a new oaGe oen the ground and
appor JIt tha eame as though there
never had bees a re. You cans' keep
S a good ma-or womas we should
say-down. Both The Champlom asd
t h Noews are already heating mate*
W Lt to the freert to nree the loodW
e -k. 89 M etothoaem.
SSeovernr Folk o* Misoar hbas tae
t to e at of ameptla a bribe
atr pajde. The pri*.
W Imamsto jaiU fW y-eM for
I ll but doe sot oem to
ae uwhone. tbeas was
h *M t rsh eklm se*m
Is d**bt. SIeeaets


The Georgia holders of pooep lo tshe
Motoal Life and New York Life Insur-
anee Oompanles of New York have ar-
ranged to meet in A lfai~ on Decem.
ber 12rh to elect repreeentativee to at-
tend the nextangosl aeeotnp of those
Companies and tohbefr'prozies in the
way that will seem beet at that time
for their intereate, says The Savannah
Morning News.
We have received an anonymous
edmmlaniotioati king an opiniaoo to
the advliability of policy holders in the
Equitable. Muotal and New York Life
sending their proxies to Thos. W. Law-
son of Boston-the Lawson who has be-
come well' kndwo throughout the cous-
try as the writer f -certain sensation-
al magazine arti on Frenzied Fi-
nance. We seld v ke notsie fanony.
mouse letter,, for the reaoo tnat, a. a
role, the writers of them have a pur-
poan in vie whieb they do not dis-
elose. In other words, they are not en-
tirely sincere. We have no doubt, how-
ever, that there are a good many pol-
icy holders in this 8tate who do not
know whether or not it would be ad-
visable to go into partnership with
Mr. Lawson.
We do not know anything more
about Mr. Lawson than what he dis-
closes in his frenzied finance articles,
but it W 'm to us they disclose enough
tojustify policy holders in sending
their prpxiee to some one who has had
much lesr to do with Wall street than
Mr. Lasson, according to his own story
hae. We do not mean that Mr. Law.
son wouldn't do what he thought
would be beat for the policy holders,
but he eemsr to have a pretty itrour
feeling against the leadleg- o04eals of
the great life itasurapoe sompaoles and
it would be only humannature for him
to permit his feelings to influence his
The wiser plan, i* seems to ou, would
be to send proxies to some such man
a BStuyvesot teb, who it a director
Is the Mutoal. In New York be has
the confidence of those who are Inves-
tigating the companies and also of the
pompantes. There is no doubt that it
re should consent to receive proxies,
be should be relied upon to do the beot
that could be done for policy holders.
And there are directors of ebch of the
companies who have had no part li the
graftinl, and who are anxliouo that
interests of the policy holders shall be
properly cred for.
In our dispatches yesterday the
statement was made by the chairman
of the Armstrong Invest ating Oose.
mitten that policy holders would make
a mistake by osrreadering their pol.
islel. The companies are all tso
snanclally. The grafting to whidh
they bave been subjected bta made
seareely any Impreulon opon them.
Besides, the legilatsloa that the Arm-
strong Committee will recommend will
so sfeguard the lntrests of policy
holders that, In future, the amount of
graft will be very small. There to no
particular reason at present why pol*
icy holders should be oneasy. If they
are going to take part In the anoal
elections of thek rpeectlive umpanlee
they should endeavor to select au di.
restore men whom they have reauo to
believe have no axes to grind sad no
enemies to punish, so far as life lnsar-
anee companies are roaerned, and
who can be depended upon to interest
themaelte in the bosinee of the eom-
pair with whieh they are connected
to the extent of not sanetioning any
wrong doing of any sort.

Plain English might be said to be
the langolae seed by the German gov.
erament to the Sociallsts. The eleial
oerua hu inued a solemn waraieg to
'them not to follow the example of the
Rotalans It the (torman Soelaliote al.
low themselves to be overcome with
latoaleation by the sueeee of the Re-
0ia revolutiloatei. warnalg is give
that they will repeat, ai the gerera

meot will rush the slightest sign of
revolt with bloodshed.

NHw's This?
We ofer One Hudred Iolman re.
ward for ay een of atarrh that e-a
not bo courd b Halls CaOarrh Care.
. J. OmaU & Co., Tledo, 0.
We. the earesndted have kowm P.
J. ObCeey for the blat 1 yearn., ad be.
lievo hi r perfly boomeble i all
baine smeamek s and Uaee-ally
abe to arry ot say obllgatC o made
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The Iadastrial Edition of The Galnes-
villl* Sp ie before us. It anI excel-
lent A*4rertsbenent for Alashua enoAty,. v -
rPeeodit as it deloe thepnt roth N 01d weakens th* e LungS, loin the Vtallid-a
ploeN ad development of that system less able to withstand each acedoftd 4
doorishlBn action. The sdltIols pro- paTing the way for more.. n C ..
f9@e6 llunreJ. attretivel made CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH Gi r
up, and isa Credit to its publishers.-
alataks Times-Herald.
The Industrial Edition of The Galues-
Till Bua. thirty.two fooruoolo pas o
mee in magaslee form, is a fne F *doo-
tion both meohanioally and editoriall
and aboald rank high among then. -
formation literature of the/ tat.-
Fernaudina 8tar.

The Gainesville San has issued *a
Industrial Edition which i right up to
now and a credit to that grand old
county. The beauty is, nothing* is
overdrawn.-WVild wood News.
We are In r eeipt of the 'Inda trial PEP MANrW TL CURa
Edition of The Gainesvlle Sun, a 82* 10 11tl Cogh C, ld, t W 9t,
page pS4T utifully illustrated and C AtOf g WhO1 pl,~ 7Of1
filled from over to cover with inter- FWh SA He Geues SWe La-
eatia faets about Gaineolille, Alaehaa EYIVEY MOTHR SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARIDW

soab papers as this that is building up CONSTIPAT CHILDREN AND WILL pSITIV
Florida, and no paper in the State t* CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUNGH
MR&e o ALLfIrLf K s Se0d bAwe FM*****MI#
done more to develop the country tha Im e.s aIue dS' lhIaO; m ;er. t#l, "3e9 ~
The Gainesville Sun.-Wanchola Ad. ad r w t st"e eU wea e0
voeate. wStlim t s thes hamas., a t th e XiIT MICDIO1 we haew
The Gainesville Sin's Industrial Edi. It Ioledy for Childms ET ry Bottl Guas*SiWNd
tion wa a beauty-right up-to-dare in *l. T AWE*A 5i CO, ST. AoJ 10
every tespect.--Crystal River News. LLAPD NOW M C ST. LOIvS...

California oranees are now being SOLD AN REOsI NDED BY
shipped to London a a rate of $1 per "W W. JO: TOH 80 T, (ai'ni.es vril l
100 pouoli, that barge covering both ,
rail and Wan freightak says The 8B.
vanni bew. The rate arose the ; J # d% '1 J/ J
ontinent to American Cities is $1.2 .
per 100 poonds. The California rate r

California oranges a decided advantage
over Florid in the Loldon market. V
over Fthd.Ldn he London r maret. In a Comp an that is Reponsible, Have a Policy Corretly
respect to the flavor of frais, wthey Written Hith tiberality of Policy Contract and the Company
should be willing to pay a great deal Pays Lones. Promptly
me ore Florida orange--the findt in
the world. But that ie no reaon for a
s.erimlo.aton against Florida. You A re Assured

That no serious lose can oveaoge you without you have some
re fue. 1 .,

FOR. SALE Fire Li ot lAcd Health lIamles um
Nome but Reliable Compalne Represented.
At Evinston, Florida, one mile from
station, 6d Rook Road. 42 aeres of A M A N C
good ilammoek Laad; all cleared and
n olvio. acres berin or. Information cheerfully taraished. GAINE8VILLE, FLORIDA
i n ealtivation. 8 acre In bearing or. )* ,<
au.e trees. All good trucking land. BrB
$1,000 dwelling and other house on
hpremiee. All a Baranl PARTIAL PRICE LIST OP
the pmin. All gol g at a Ba* a
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SBrif Happenings From Various
Sections of State:


TranSoohg in "The Land of Flowers."
-Thip "Boiled Down" to Suit the
SAuf lteader-Items of Interest to

Atlatile Beach will be strictly in it
sudhave auto races next April.
he aer Citisens' Bank of Jackson-
%tle will open lor business Monday.
West Palm Beach will have another
S atomobile stable erected-called by
the "79" a garage.
Warringtno, near Iensaeola, is both-,
*red with firebugs. A little hemp
aeektie party should be held.
The Orlando Reporter says that
Braxton Beechsm's orange grove t t
Porem City will produce 6 000 b3xes of
\ alee fruit.
The East Coast railway between St,
Augustine and Jacksonville will be hal
lasted with rook aad better time will
S then be made.
A Daytona dealer in shells refoued
to shell out $260 for license to engage
I- that business, and will test the mat-
tae In the courts.
eal's ororaio of "The Holy C.ty"
will be presented at the Presbyterian
ehureh in Ocala immediately after the
holidays. A grand musical treat.
-.TheY. M. A. of Pensacola will
deleait their handsome new buildini
oe Saturday, Dec. 9th. A fine program
lha been arranged for the occasion.

Andrew Patterson, a Jacksonville
black man, was fined $10 for violating
he Jim Crow street car ordinance, and
the as will now go- to the Supreme
The St. Augustine Meteor, which
ws to Illomine the heavens and earth
vralo days aro, hna been postponed
for a few days, but will be on duty in
.a few days.
Tke Board of County Commission-
e.e of Levy county, at a recent meet-
" lag reieolved that a new court houe
'wae eded and It be put op to the
m 'pti-t neids of the county.

ll Sarahb Eisabeth Harris has
hs aeboea sponsor for the Ocala Coo.
erae Veteram at sthe Jahsonviile
lo.Min. BHarris Is the popular so-
editor of The Daily Banner.
slaughter of dogs in Jackson.
has caused other cities of the
to take up the matter, and The
pa Times says they have plenty of
eaniaes in that eity to spare.
8yre n in the ministry of the
let ehureb, Rev. B. K. Thrower
pa has decided so retire. He is
and favorably knows throughout
to ad take the bet wishes of
e Carter of the Eseambia eoun-
t eourthas upheld the deeis.
Coort Commisionero OMoo in
to Pealeola's "Jim Crow"
ear ordinsnee and lhe matter
t to the Supreme Court.
R H. Bstlett, his soaDinlaw, Mr.
eMDonald. wife sad two ebil-
Sreashed Orlando a few day ago.
traveled from Bmratom, Ps., de
Nelatesh. Mario eousty, is a
l, wbem the mashlne broke

~--leatlion of Volleis emoaty
iereasnd this y)ear 7.100.6
l last year. The total a
valatle o*f the noty for 1104
kS Ta yhi t ear Is i J,-
hise valauost eesiel aay be.

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Much That Every Woman Desires to
Know About Sanative, Antiseptic
Cleansing and the Care of the
Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands.


Too much stress cannot be placed
on the great value of Cuticura Soap,
Ointment, and Pills in the antisep-
tic cleansing of the mucous sur-
faces, and of the blood and circulating
fluids, thus affording pure, sweet, and
economical local and constitutional
treatment for weakening ulcerations,
inflammations, Itchings, irritations,
relaxations, displacesuints, pains, and
irregularities peculiar to females.
Hence the Cuticura remedies have a
wonderful influence In restoring
health, strength, and beauty to weary
women, who have been prematurely
aged and invalided by these distres.s
ing ailments, as well as such sympa-
th tic fflictionsas a namia, chloroda,
hysteria, and nervousness.
Women from the very first have
fully appreciated the purity and sweet-
ness, the power to afford immediate
relief, the certainty of speedy and
permanent cure, the absolute safety
and great economy which have made
Cuticura the standard humour rem-
edy of the civilized world

Cured by Cuticura.
I suffered fiveyears with a terrible
itching eczema, my body and face be-
ing covered with sores. Never in my
life did I ezperiesee such awful sufer-
ing, and I longed for death, which I
flt was near. 1 had tried doctoreand
medicines without success, but my
mother insisted tha$ I try Cuticura.
I felt better after the Arit application
of Cuticura Ointment, and was ooa
entirely well. Mrs. A. Etson, Belle-
vue, Mieh.
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mile for actual distance traveled, plus
26 eents, with a minimum price of 5')
cents, good from December 12:h to
The Florida Library Association is to
meet with the Floridal 8ate Teaehers'
Aselsiation at Miami during the holi-
days. Miss Carolyn Palmer, the Hbra-
rise at Soteoa University, is president
of the aesoeiation ad Boperintendest
W. W. Hall of Miami Is the corre-
spondlng secretary.
Lowering A Son announce that they
will begin leaoing the Sunday Globe at
Tampa as a morning daily about Jan*
uary lst. They seert that they have
uauranes of the aoUd baekiug of the
labor unlons of that city and that they
will start out with a pald-up suborip.
tlon list from this element exaeedleg

Important Notice.
Gainesville, Fla., December 1, 1k4.
We wish to give timely oti n to our
patrons, both gas and eletrie, that we
have found it absolutely osens1ry to
adopt a new 1ssteM Begllalag o the
fist day of January. l06., we will die.
pene with a eolleetor sad adopt the
system of mailing the bills to every
customer arA all bills will be doe and
payable as our oBsee or before the
10th day of the month or 10 per c at
will be added, a&d if sot paid or be.
foo hbe h tlo it. the am aad eletrie
services will be disoomlased sad m
dollar barg will be eollted for re-
eoa esinervree. We are oet re.
spnsible if bills are sot relvevd
thregh the *pse sI. as tlhy will be
really msaled. This rule mappil to
ee g ad e le.trie lightly momer.
Therlor be gnvered seoefedoIly, a
athias re will be rigidly elon 4d
d the following Fan for elketri
-erm t will be i elffet Jaouaryl 1t,

80,0a waa& sad uader. Iae per N !

OJl. io 1).0010. L per M *wate.
M --we s e.ar, per U wats
IpMeW stoelsOW fpr paes Po. i
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Brief Items From Our Regular Corre-
spondent ofthe Week's Events.
Alachua, Deeomber 7 -Kev. B
E. Amtson left Toeeday for Oala
toattend the anOual Mlethodisr Con.
fererne. Monday aight a party of
young people. eUatd at the, par-oiage
and presented Rev. Ama ion with $0) to
help buy a new overoctt. Ililightful
refreshments were served tne young
folks and everything wae dme to show
that the gift wa lshighly nil reiMated.
Mrs. B . Cato and' si and Miss
.Tes-ie Hawkins have re!tuirtied froin a
pleasant trip to Soth F orida
E. Masriony, photor 'pher. of
Newberry has movedto \lachIu for a
fe1in months, and will nik-. somie pho-
tos of our people.
S. C. Dell has purchHstd the (itny
property here. This proi'lrty is iii a
very deslrable rIedeontl section and,
is a valuable acquisition
G. D. Ash of Live Oak hai opened a
general store in the new l'owell build-
ing, Just completed. We are glad to
have Mr. Powell with us and trust he
will meet with suoeem.
Dr. J. L. Cloud will have, his new
building completed in a (fw days.
W. Hi. ealey of the 2iaeket Store
and Dr. J. C. Bishop. druggist, are
keeping abreast of the tiies and fur-
nisnilg their stores with handsome
combination plate *lass coullters and
show eases.
A movement is on fio: to cosoli-
date the three glne at Alachua and
have one ginning plant equipped with
all the modern machinery, so as to be
able to handle the ootlon with ease. It
Is hoped that it will suered, as it will
mean a great deal for this place.
Mrs. W. T. Robarts has returned
from a visit to her partrint at Melroae.
Mrs. Fannie Baldwin has moved
fr )m Old Town to Ala"h ii and is ocou-
pying the resideaee iof her son, N.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Williams will en-
tertain a few of their friends Wednes.
day night at an oyster supper.
LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
but never follows tbhe ue of Poley's
Honey and Tar. It cures lagrippe,
eoughs ald preve*ll pneumonia and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
sad Tar and refugee any subltitlte of-
fered. Mr. G. Vacher. 157 Oganod
street, Obleago. writes "My wife had
a severe e of lagrippe three year
alo ad It left her with a terrible
eoagh. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Homey sad Tar and it gave Immediate
rellef. AlO.ent bottle eured her eoogh
entirely." Refuse substitutes. J. W.
MeCollem A Coin parly.
Jamleon till In Jail.
Maeon, a ., I. 7.-Alihoutlh llI
bood is aled at ii 1100. Henry Jam).
son, the negro t iei released from the
Bibb coa ty casiniang by Juage peer,
Is still behlad hl. bars of the Dbb
ooanty Jail. Just why be haau a gtv.
ea bond is sot Iows. alihomi tL
Is only the same moubt Ased 4a the
tUme he was Ar released, wtle he
praPtly av. lie aspeaa his ti
peadi his barrel cale, paiJtlety walt
ta far the time t arrive wla he will
be arraiped before lJede Upae la
TidMoea ao Dec 1l

The Requisite of Seuty.
The lms requisite o beauty ke a
elear eampleion Orle Laa tire
yrollt 8trep ller a sallow, Moeteed
eoaielesol a 1it tnamlaMe the liver
ald bewele. sad the eym eno me
halibut ad elar Yoe w IS to your
fried. to take i if ar eereompleei Be
bad. Orioles Laisativelrs yrepdaose
aeSeesaea or ripe t ih tos vry
plalsse to take Refuse betl tee.
J. W. MeOolleo A Coagy.

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Vise nowe. F r.'.bulb.L 46 bk"
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Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Ireai, ardie ed eM Fe F zwr
Highest market price paid for Chiehens. K E ad other Prhdme.

A Oomplet stosh of Hay. Oom, Oats Flour, Bram, Meal, O4ot1o ond Mea
s We bhadle ovll the VKRY BT leoods at the LOW.
SPR3OEb, asad fulam etisrMtlols always.
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Reveals the News a nd Frf.tM governing
Studies underlying 'antiu of Market
Rvriews, analyze,, and critic i, I railroad
and Industrial rulert
Has comLplteo tatbl) of Earningn of
Quotes active ; an'l inactive Sto(cks and
Reoords the lasIt uale of Bonds and the
yield on Investment at the price.
Answer, without charge, inquiries con.
oerning Inv4timentt.
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A. DECEMBER 8. 1900


q suaiot'orre Objeat o Publication of
Reports n mtaimates.
a' ll River, MhUs., Dec. 1.--'Ie local
e.stton maaufs4tsers express them-
Solves a gru edl dlssatliDed with the
gloernmemt'sl ttem of issuing cotton
Sports, sad dome of them are asking
S tht asetob be taken by the rnanufa-
t ftra o Mw Dngland looking toward
It L eldlient.
I It U pointed out here today t'iat
M 4 the largest firms of cotton broke.
Iegg t country, with headquarters
at t ladelphia, haa boen asking its
Sors to sign petitions to the gov.
', M ent, looking toward the same end.
Ope of the mill officials aid today:
'The Immedlao effect of the report
l, this manufacturing center has bon
S\to reduce the wage margin 6 per oent,
to stile the demand for clotl, sad to
upset ti o alculatoons of mill men who
have been trying to buy cotton from
southern planters at some fLed prioe.
'"PTIerame removed from the south
S bow that platers are relying on the
S aouracy of the goranmeont report to
seeh aa extent that they will not offer
t ir product below the speculative
Agams fixed on the New York ex-
olaag, and nl most instances they
My that they do not care to accept or.
der' at the top prices, for the present
a t least."
It is understood that the manufac-
tarers object to the publicatioF of In-
complete reports based upon Nesmates


0000 Worth of Valuables Have Been
Niew York, Dec. T.-Isasc P. Lloyd
second vice president of the Mutual
Life Insurance company at the cus.
tom house yesterday identified dia.
amonds. Jewelry and sllverwbre to the
Value of 120,000 as his property and all
S Werers delivered to him.
Early In the year Mr. loyd's hofte
ras rolled, an,l Eva Werner, wio had
Seen a aPrvant tlihrc wns RrreAted In
Chicago wlih her lirother In law. She
U' under lunlrtment, a prisoner In this
The cimtomns i sthoritles In Chlctgo
Learned that a man anI woman were
trying to diri'osn of llamonds In thl-
city, representlng them as smuggled.
Government agents selled the gems
Sand arrested the couple. The facts
a bout the robbery here then came out.


SIght-Hoor Quaetion Cause of Their
Rome, Ga., Dec. 7.-The printers In
the ofios of the Rome Tribune. tie
Rome Publlehing company, the Reon-
tag Hrald and T. B Clement's lob
g ice all walked out Tuesday because
d the failure of these concerns to sign
Ih eight-hour agreement.
The exls:lng contract with the print.
ers' union here expires on Dec. 31, but
whom the men learned that the uncon.
dltional contract would not be signed
they walked out.
This leaves oaly ope union shop,
the Whitmlre Prliting company, and
It la not known whether they will re,
mnal In the union or not.


No Oefenee Waa Of ered end the Court
Filed Demurrer.
O(lnmbus. Ga., Dec. ?.-Judge W11.
blIa A. Uittle of the superior court,
anmoInced Tuesday that hereafter no
divorees will be granted In Mueeogee
S uperior court eept ot o stritly legal
gronads. A divorce ease came up for
trial In whIch no defeat was olered
hy the defedoant
Judge IJttle himself filed a demurrer
ta the ase. calling attention to the
te that the divorce was not asked for
-e legal groande The attorney for
h a plaIntif withdrew the petition. It
may be Sled anew In amended shape.

Little OSl r to Deeth.
West Point. OGa. .--A litUe

daughter of one of the mill operative
at IAaeU wUa bur d so badly that a
h tlaee died T're ehU had pa t
S mbool sad weta Is th Ue e oeber.
6e turned sa1 to m M1-
S to the little trl, who a waruts
i m lfU before an o rpe Ae. beoae e.
i -bedin ton flam e wa thtaly
^-4.4 d a td her sarmentsa mur tn -

Begin TrakiWg Osomurib tfoay
and Yow CuM Bteginse

M t, OW0# WPa
Its Vitalited Mediainal re.
tie are Very QukolR Iteae,
In Bringing s He y olot to
Chks of the Pale MiW 1110w.
In Product to the Wea, t
the Feeble and the farld,
In Tonint up the System of Conrale
cents from IhanuInah DIsesM.
In Clanrln the Ntore rto.e
In Nourtahfin thei onIuMt.
In Rouadiln Out tbis'. Peaket
races of ChIrxa.
In Buolq u their ittU Bodes
the Delrab Pefk aa4 Wlto Ieslh. a,
In Dotttla their hr witthe t Pretty
ior l that m r makusle r ( Wit
Is as A.Mt ul4 to

Oro psles to, br Stl sle rt.
n l lany-N- as w sol ,4 Ic I
win bs nter, V, Decut. Wr b lttle

community around Kl'to ortln.
Ozeas e the C ,9e Patso StheinW r
cl Drus In thte at a hou SAM


Miss Collins I Killed, Min Gi un
Is *urned to Death.
1Backwater, Va., Dec. 7.-The little
community around Kyle's FortTndn.
iaph beeo the scene of two shocking ac.
cidentse n the last 24 hours.
The first, occurring Wonday after.
neon, waso the acidental Millitg of
Miss Rosa Collins, a well known young
lady of th neihr' borhooJ by the dia.
charge oft, shotgun in the hands of
Cephas Roeerts while e was examins
Ing the Sun in the shore of Mlu Col
line' father.
'fe second was the burning to dea ht
of Mjss Anna Ottiton ad her mother
The Pauhter's clothing ca al t fire aoin
the bother, running to her rescue, wag
also enveloped in the flames.

Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Hllrry Duckwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn-
log at hil home in th. presence of his
Horife and child. He contracted a alight
sold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
he was sad ld with a fit of coughing
whimh coiue, 0od for some time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
he Could arrive another coughing
pooll eame on and Duckwell died from
uhnfoation.-St. Lou is lobe Demo-
mrat. December Ist. 1901." Ballard's
Horehound Syrup woold have saved
him. S9b, 0$and 01. Sold by W. M.
Coptemplated Changes In Football.
Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 7.-4Catobh
William T. Reid, Jr., of the Harvard
football team, returned yesterday from
Washington, w.iere se had a confer.
nce with President Roosevelt on Mon.
day. "The president sought to let
my views" said Mr. Reid. "on a
change of the game which will permit
of its being contaiued without the
disagreeable results which have oacom
paled it in to past few oyewn Tend I
was nothings actompihoed that can
be given out."

Furious Fighting.
"For seven vears." writes Geo. W.
Holfman of Harper, Wash, "I had a
bitter battle with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, but at last I won, and
eured my disea ae by the you, bof Ele
tr Hitter. I unheibottleat. Trly rthem to
meWornd hem to allrand don't intend in
the futur to be without them ia the
house. They are eer tanly a wonder.
fthul medicine o have earned doh a bad
eae as mane." Atd tder bottaram
*e* so do the same for you, by all dreg.
gista at 60o a bottle. Try them today.

Workmen Injured on Quarry Train.
Uttonia. ('a (tic 7. -A. the Rock
Chapel traitu Is brinoiig the work.
aen to town from the Kock Chapel
quarry the rear car broke lose from
the egitne and ran back Jown a coa-
id.rable grade At t1e bottom of

the grade the car turned over ad In-
Jured several of the workmen Most
seriomua nJry wan sustained by Joe
Oregory. who had bis leg broken Bor-
S otbars weon badly sjakLe up aad

ed t sr Mawf T


r-- Coeuld NotHelp Her. MIA
"I bid eeg trouble for y~are," Us LW ft.ftb h 10
w.w mm saomed meas of S%*I
Im 1111"0 & the deen soss eoM d n 3as
tel fe 1lora$ Kidsts Oare* m~paNo
deas g0am me am relief __
dIm~ddlsmtspud oto &Ubgos"bt
she dw so boIoinm t UmS S OlJ
hem r .5 ~W UW

Remito PirMAI Dvisio. United Con-
federa Veteran, Jadck*evle,
Pe, eceber 13-14, 1106.

On semeas of the above named oc-
Sblon the AstIlati COoat Use ha
named the rate of one cent per mile
plIo twentyfive cents with a mlimaum
rate of fifty s ts. This rate has been
authorized from all points a tohe State
of FloridLa nd tickets will be sold De-
eember 12 ad for trains scheduled to
arrive at Jakeooville before noon of
December 18th. Final limit of tickets
will be Deoember 16th. Same are re-
strioted to eootinnaou puasse in each
direttloo. There should be a large
crowd oilag to Jasekonville on this oe.
eaion, as the rates are extremely low.
Prospective passengers should call n
Atlatsie Ooast Line agents for full in
formation or write Frank O. Boylston,
District Passenger Agent, Jacksonville,
Heart Flutterlng.
Undigsted food and gu in theaton.-
ash, looted just below the heart,
press against it and eases heart pal-
pitation. When your heart troubles
you in that way tate Herbine, for a
few days. You will soon be all' right.
50s a bottle. Sold by W. N. Johnson.


Cleamllam In Cooking a Feature.

Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
COFFEE the Best.

10 West Main Street. S.


Central City Bazar

Dry Goods, Notions,
Racket Goods.........

OAKE8 and PIES-Fresh *
Every Day.
TYer iatreae elleldted.

Keep Your Head Clear

And your stomatoh ree from Indires
tlon it you would be happy with your
famill and your fehow-san.
The surest atha on earth to ret a man's oy-
ae "out of whack" sto eay. sit bread,
wlhok Is eaeeed by Teval reoms: rat. the
mortal may otbo ead; second. tbe cook-
ty ag y te poor. bAes bt lour Ia sr worM
U mke the heabet Iet he? W
d or oooked. WE USE TM
L AR our '*oe sea" (i knowtar kow to
aIad bake it. Our brad does ot eoM say
meor tOna bore-ade. mt I may lastoee
It is so aueb mmare laa
nosw es. I. T. eahhr, Prep.

Loisville &

NaihviHl R. R,

Beut Lse to
Ilrmlaglam, Naflvle, Memisk, .
KenMvUtle LeIm tillo Clu
St. IMts, (hkage sad a pelat
.orth a-d Wet It tbeths ears.

Onlt line operating through sleper
frm Florida to ObeI o.
Only line operestUlatlBngh sleep
from Florida to S. mli with dalsig
ear serviee
Flest d nlog ear sr ev I iethe Soth.
Through tourist lkepesr to Oallfor-
For intormatioa s oto rate to all
por at North sad West, sbWlse and
u lformaties en I orW rite

Fla. PsIM. Lt. LaL B.L
SWeaS Bay Sthae$ins sbmv V

The Florild

Fruit and Trcak Grower
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hL m 0-geNs ad I t ali w it Steamship of the P. & 0.S. Cempaay fP


La m iMe al bWMamina maty bt eexp ted to arrive at sad
S nI a I w depart ur. t the ties tt tans I e snot elsI
sleepe- TM eJla7tys or an, oonsequoonc saritlag M

Mr rf i~ ftU LML IME CARD or Other nlformnati
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Effective May A8, sios.

1 VaUbale TralE-t eN. S4 No. O North nd West. No, 1
LvtJaekmnvill*...So. H 9 10a 7T o Lv Jahooarille. HFa.. o. R T. 7tm

Lv Jeup .....
Lv 8Svwanah .
Ar Colombia.
Ar Obarlot .
Ar Greensboro
Ar Deaville.....

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S.o. Ry
.So. Ry
So. Ry
So. Ry

A? .lL ood. go..Ry-
AV IOftahm" n u

11 ton 1o00p.Lv Jesup. W o.R
I120p It I"AtrHeme, e(is.. So. Ry.
6wo 6006 ArtAtlanta, GA... do. 1
LO2p9 O Altr Kome. Ga...... ..8o. 1.
I las12 61p IAs Dalton, (is. . o. y.
2 21a 2 lop Ar Ohattanow aTenan Soy.R
G&M 04 Ar Klan$"t, 4...-. A4.
A A Atimuisti..O .C

Ar arl4otteville o. Ry 8Oa0 10p
Ar Wahlesou.. So. Ry 50%8 00p
Ar Baltmore... P. R. R. 11 a 11 mp
Ar W. Ph'd l'ia P R R. 1 p 2SI
Ar ew York.. P.R. R. 4 1p ,60s
No. 8--"Nw York and Florida gx.
pree." Dallt PllmM Drawing Room
Biepln Oar Port Tmps amad JilamM.
illle toIew York.
No. 3o -"Washingtoma ad Florida
Limited Daily Pellars Drawiag
Boom keeping Oar Jeaksomvillo to
New York

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Ar 0iibeagi 0 Big For i
AtObW.11. Fir T 14*l'-TjgF
Lv "ueansa 6 Pafl TM
Art Ohiao, Ii Pa Limos ?
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Ls Tols, 0 ......o. &D.
At DruW&, Mw ... .... p. M.

AtrOl evlad,O egernF our
Lw Lzul w, K ..8.27
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At CWNIS, A. .90.271 1 Tw
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I t H0 ftimteM.T0ns. Bey ISOTPIAt pmm, 13Oki.5No
Ar Knoxville. .T enn.So. my I H 4 MrP.To..g
At Stebors -S& ky I boa H" ~to Ark .I....
Atr olabo Q. hO Dell. Sol vesle
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Leol Time Card No. 62. CorreCed to 1 0. 1 .

DailyflatIIy ..ATIO .
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7 ; 1211 4 ................. tk.. .
4 4 I p 11 2'' LT ............ palatiat .............. .
A r J' p r......... ... 4an Mut1 13-'................. I
1 I 0' SO I.V.............a. -B I mate' I............ A .'V:
I-- V LV ...... ............. .No.Iri ..................... I ts 4 pP
S03p 12 41 1. ...... ... Dujenll ....... .1 1 1
0 s 341 Ab_.Dunt....... . .1 a
41 pu 1,;; 0"1 (:
4 P,1 Ali I)-,' ....... Da y n a ... ..... SU J .a
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U 21 a/3 44 .Ar........... lAiTo He0-ln...... .1. .7 p7 87 L 1) p
al 10 34i 8IB poIC( ...Y...Ora'gHCIty ........... 1 r
104 4 111,a 400, ...._ Ornug CI:y Junction......2." .. j? 3,
I ~ A --j fy :. -New uni 'ma ........ V '.uP 4U,
00 0" 0 psp 251pOt!.I I41'
10 pS 1 tp Ar...S.. Ttus lle .................. ;' p 1 561) (01 &
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Lv Tit erille .......... 1. 115,' I it I '
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p 64 44 a 31
lof a Ofeu Oallbeoun........ a2 Ib&a 144
155 '5 p' I '4a1a
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?A 199 4 .-Bt. ucie ..... lu11a. 1 0
1 66 : $4 p"Of Ert Pfl'... ............ aI Ir
$319746.e Tilbana ... 9*;'.Ia it8p tJ
T& 26 11is Ofr ............... 9 6t p) 56
so1 514 f" .tart....... u i....... ....... .. $ it 11 4p "
less p -Rbe~lound .......... Safi iota is
a of II& p f -...-Was Julupiter. .. .......... 14 24it I 19 p
86 0 S1 p 0 Yet Palm loach......., "s& i 5 p
4826 513Is p 4, .... .Doy ................ 7 2,1 it' 9 1-4I
44 0. 92 fDeray............-. 10 I04p
a *U p 0 Jort Lauderdale....... a-8a 1 p
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OK 1153*1 ~ .........Lv81 D 72
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400 606 AF _11110 isoksonIlle-.- LY 7 37 a "1 21 p 5 21-
SSOe& d-Pablo UZae ....... 105 a i1 ;za4 50 p
lii 9 ft a aytle Hch...... 110a1 1 43n4411 6 p___
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I N1 Was built br Ollve Svm, Ote
S CedMat Lay Up Mloey.
The real inventor of the locomotive
never realized a cent from his inveu-
His name was Oliver Evans. lie was
born Zn Delaware in 1756 and spent all
his lte perfecting Inventions which
were destined to bring him nothing but
ore poverty. He was the original in-
tar of the high pressure engine used
locomotives, the only kind that could
employed to advantage In this form
transportation. but realized nothing
bts ida.
application of the notion to both
Sad water power was somewhat
.l 3 14M the taunicipallty of Phlladel-
t led for bids for the dredging of
and the cleaning of the docks.
put In a bid lower than any of
bI competitors and when it was ac-
lpted determined to build a steam-
bat to do the work.
He fitted out a scow with a steam
engine, building both the engine and
the seow in his own workshop.
When the boat was ready to be
launched Evans determined to give the
people of Philadelphia an object lesson
la mechanic, so he put the boat on
wheel, fitted up a push wheel behind.
et hie engine to work and propelled
te boat through the streets to the riv-
'r In the midst of an open mouthed
th nmg, not a few of whom had a dim
Ma that he ought to be arrested for
S hen the boat reached the bank of
the rter, the wheels and axles were
toen off, the craft was launched, fitted
Oat with other wheels and made to do
th work of dredging the harbor.
a far as the invention of mechani-
S ea devices went Evans had a splendid
Sijgah but when dollars and cents
ane up for consideration he was a
ea child, and even allowed himself
to be heated out of the money that
wa due him for cleaning the Philadel-
phal harbor with his new tangled

e Wer easlgtom a In a War a speeels
oe Water Worshtp.
M tgle fatde are much used in the
Sea oealali of the Pueblo Indians, and
in u to make sure of a supply the
SX kemp the birds n cages, plucking
a Sur featben whenever they happen
t want them. On the other band, the
MM baae eags' nests located at va-
rih epots within thirty or forty miles
aef tltr towa which are considered
th giorty of different clans among
W T eagle lye Its eggs tn the
.en Mut year atr year, and the
SdMIherit rights to certain neast
r M Iamration to generation.
The iel are not lUled, but the
| -w eadld young oaes are take
Ibe the nat-that Is to my, all but
m r two. which must be eft To
f d the eagle god to encourage the
iyg ofa more eggs by the birds a
on carved out of wood ls placed
iVwm the divinity will be sure to ee
j i9eo, after being picked, the ea-
ti are carefully buried In a certain
eatt In the rocks'which Is the eagle
gametry. Here the eagles have been
Ired for centuries, and the place is
may owre&L
The Pueblo Indiam have a tradition
ot ie food. and they ay that the tur
ey Is marked nl commemoration of
hat eet, Its tal beag black at the
ead where It w dragged through the
ad after the water bad subalded.
th dk iso L after earned bird, be-
Semadated with water. From the
poiat ot view, anything that Is
to the al pretoie water la any
b peb eet eanrs.
S up to a preat extet
dIrrtlties and might be called
/t water worahlp.

f" od boak plots dat habe
low abp aad -p pMA6w
we: Plafsor= an a ats wee
It whil pae mgOwbt laut
*9 prin to be cleaned. Cr
O prin tn hso des
wag drum and tbeats.
a infaftr. ofet csri Of
4mie dinded to s&boo
in a plt at am
laton WhNth. mw
to an aSm Oder.
so apply a =0 vrwyga
11howeM r ad ta eWit
voa te oprn& bSW

OW ft umb yewpos a
bowP'" t- o vt.u.

Desam rw Poe w lass
B e a be bee

tuonto CAs

m~in maiddism aser
ass ezamessof ii
i the emiew a
ad am p w

The City eI I a lands a"
From Sweden's capital an enthmlas-
tic visitor writes: 'The sky hasi an al-
most Italian radiance as the sun shine
clear and bright on the glittering levels
of the lagoon that dillIde the new town
f ruin the old. ACross the waterr on
which a fleet of white ferrylioats ply.
rises the broad front of thwOal. "'e. the
stemr outline of which is rtliev\ed by the
russet glow which time has lent to the
brickwork. In front of the palace runs
a broad quay crowded with shipping,
behind which oneumay eatcl Im pps of
narrow, winding streets, wih li luoing
roofs and painted bou.u JOl' t with
age. The square front of tlie p.ilaoee
rises above the red iandl r; roofs,
seeming to command the old city. on
my right the waters narrow to a swift
rushulg strerani, oer whl bridge has IHeu thrown. uniting the
palace with the picturesque pile of the
opera house, or, rather, will the brad
squar In whlih It stands. Behind the
opera house lie broad streets of mod-
eni hoi'-,,es. Ini which there are unex-
p(<'tedl glinilpse, of waterways crowded
with liiippling.
"Sit 'cli in Is built on a series of ls-
Inalds foritel 'by Itke Malaren. It is.
Iihlee4. the' city of a thousand islands
arid r,.ky r''res. which are sown broad-
('l where thle lake ant river join the sea.
The steamiurs which ply up aid down
the hike afford endless excursions.
Seaward you may sail a day among the
islands until you reach the long. low
reefs on whi'h the Baltic beats.
"In spite of their coldl climate the
Swedes delight In the open air. After
the Indoor life of English or Amer-
Icon cities It is a great pleasure to take
one's mals out of doors although It
may somietimns tw necessary to dine
wrappl4i In an overcoat. We have
seen people dining in the Tivoll gardens
beneath awnilngs and unibrellan in the
rain. This habit may explain the health
aid vigor of tile Sweden."


('razy people never think they are
crazy. Are you crazy?
The average person places too much
confidence in an apology.
People are not so much Interested In
your grievances as you think they are.
It is one thing to appreciate a com-
pliment and another thing to swal-
low It.
A woman never used powder that a
man didn't notice It But women say,
"Men are so easily fooled'"
Men don't itke men very well; wom-
en don't like women very well either.
And men quarrel with women ome-
When man regrets that he didn't
gat mch eScooling In hL youth. ome-
how hie sons who have to go to school
don't sympathiae with him as much as
he expected.-Atchlion Globe.

Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the tortore of Rev O.
D. .Moor, pastor of the Baptist ehoreh
of Harpersville, N. Y, will lnteres
you. He says: I suffered agonlee,
because of a persistent oogh, result
lnt from the grip. I had to sleep it
sing up in bed. I tried many ra-k
edies without relief until I took Dr.
King's New Diseovery for Oeanemp.
tloo, Coughs and Colds, whieh ealrely
eared my sough ad erred me from
eossemption." A grad oare for die.
eased oeedition o throat sad lun2e.
At all drugiets; prime lWe sad $1 00,
gmraoteed. Tril bottles fre.
Ne oThe o Pa.
"Tog ese bound and determted to
bT right up to my salary "
"I'm nmrly trying to UIve up to te
dLaamnd and thtnsm you gave m weea
we were engaged. dear." Hlate
Paost. __
A ee. see ao ae ser.
Iary. hartng beo aked If Mr.
,dewreut wu a ettfer. ephte:
'"We a;o not a re)l a. He minad
a game to be at bhom when his sle
UMt was berm."-Chicap, 3ese-Ue

Be-l hall be tst salerable w
I Ihe to p away ad Iaev yes.
'"Mh Ja4sk if I we ere ofr tat d
.Ml ea happy "- Lfe.

Ok that yen oaMid tw yr eyes a
VW r map a a tw yr weB aNd
mI bt a. lat se slart of rw

"I aseam k Sieda wsh m asiaem"
we111 0. X"d. lewsetueP. d"Wl
CM, lea.. "lams onesn sM ohebs

We"t upt lah 'se U** i aI .
mm. i U egeoeb d se. I mea
Wets ot bms .t 1 is bshewas"
amenfs I EOWI@r Uek sw
"swedd ts to a eomee of peme.
Adhllh gn@
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Offe over Mareoua adel't. I'to: e ; rltn

And Solioltor in Euuity
Real Estate, onsyJaIc'ngl and Gen.
eral Practie. All busltrs promptly)
attended to. Off0 e next door to Sum
office. GAISevll .K. FLORIDA
p- --

Can sell your sity property, (im.
proved and unimproved), phosphae,
truoklan and farmalJl Iader. Send him
a list of what you or for tsal. 214 t.


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Over Dtuton A Cale Ban.


GaOlueyll e


Omoe a MilnU Law ELihar.ge

JOHN MNIrms. Prolrietor.
llf01l W. a It.. JamksonvtTl. Fla.
Faust ber, bolttlsad draught. Don't
fall to eall oa m whn in Jaksolnville


Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plaino gd Fancy


Job Printing
F o r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notice.

The following letter from oao of oar
*l order*r* -e1to'r is selfplam.*
Iator e lle, K y. Feb. 17, 10i.
. H. MOre1,
668091ille 0, IA
D tr la Receilvd the primtlag
matuf I do time. sad will say thl
IS J MffMe a ftisftartory. I WigUa*
eavet s o *h Msh asiibs fhew
yrP pr ep attite n la Uhl OFder.
Toura iut m
mau w O.,Caommi.

d ord Sers toIT H E ,

ALGM email, bs e WkWOOeeee
US& has M nilS r m.IE
dam r ed. p 0.%ehe

NSea. met
-. ue patatees, .p(a

som-e I. #Dalm ,

l~~ftWA66 Ik C* U
meow.aaminse P.

0m,"ma 'V.du
tha ree
3- So-o


Air Line Railwa

... FOR ....

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,

T'wo Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Linte O)lprating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Nw .Orleas

For full Information asul slPeper reservations all o1i any genit Seaboard op
write A. 0. MA(;IONE.L. I. *N L.sTON, Ja.,
Aset. General Passenger Agent, i'apionoir Agnt,



Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. 0., both ways.
Tie Fiot hubmMl;g In the Cgstwg s Buise
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Dirmt Serve. Between JACKSON VILLE,'BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE aad All Baster Polate,
Oalling as Charlston both ways.
Southbound........................ ........ From Lewle' Wha Beson
Northbound............... From Foot of Otherloe s.. JlMeso Ille

Clvdi St. Johns Rver Lu
Stopping at Palat, Astor, B, Frmols, Ber.ford (DeLand). and latermditu
Ladihp on 8t. Johns Rver i oommeseiro Wedaleday, November IU, l9I,
Are appolted to sell a follows i Lav Jukwavilllo daily *ezeept lseur
days, at 8:0 p. m. Returaing, leave Satnord, daily ex-ept MAndays, at il0a. m.

L Moe l pA.... ......... J ll ............... .. LArrtfve aO
ItM pan ............. ......Paai .......... .....Lr.... 00pm
A liDas.. ....... ... .. ... Ator l.. ....... ... .. ID
... ...... .. .. .. rmwto...... ...... ....l0
S...l ........ .e (Daap )..... ........... Oo


W. - or .-- ,inteeo=m s,
AMfM MMpr., __JA"aM,
0 4 mlaMmo.IMIsso" re.Now Twol

Take The Atlantic Coast Line


Da ve- IF Aik Dips" a
Nor h ,lwi &0 as'L AsWY-

Rapid Transit and UnsurpalMd HServrt
Tin Table in .tH April IS, I.

3:0p Iu
16M m i


High ftnsgs and OW se.
m~dlat. P.6mn"I
0i-mb. l...burg sad Tamps. mi
Imtnrme.dii PoWats : o
Palesha. Ja~hsunle.lT la pm
M~rsb,~a.SedW~g J)I


UIO Sopring.Way#as@.Isfaveaqab. rummia.
Albany. AlasIs all P.4mW M Sh. sWSa

M,,ekotI. I*eaupy I soda

0e prim-

f -S o

SS.mmIs~e ILm. miles
J. A. OOOUN ~ ghmvie

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VAW tppeeosin4and What I Going
S, fLi Told in hor Parnpagrqs
-tHea Who Runs May R ad"

S'. Industrial Edition 10 cent. a

Milks' Emolsioo, 0 centi. Baon*
.-^ esn & Earle.
SLedle'eallingeoards il latest stylr
as aun offOle.
Dry oak and pine wood for 01al. J.
N. Bone, 'phone 19.
Sioholas Bor has returned from a
bausisns trip to Jaoksoeville.
Fruit lk esforlnmmedlte or future
delivery. Koystoe Bakery'.
R. F. Ornmod sad B. F. Mintos of
S Windeor wri lN the eilt yesterday.
Wanteid-Boys to set up tenpins.
Apply to J. L. Morris, Bowling Alley.
. Foster of Jlacsonville was rt
IsrakMd at the Brown House yesterday.
to rohd room to root o block ad.
oiong I qoure. GeOwMtlan tenant
preferred. Apply at sB ofee.
E tra oepie of the Indi rial Uid
n ti of The 80a for sak at Aver'I and
Vidal' wne ws tads astle ooeU.
For BRet-Two fourn ed fate, mo
S of foar room sad mo ot three roo .
S Mr. Fse, 408 Was Mai f strt.
BR. L. HModoan of Lfkeland was
among the prominent Booth Florida
people who spent yesterday In Oslna.
fill *.
COoety Tax Assesor W. W. Oolooa
has go*to to hb West lad, whore b
oxpoeS to remani on beusnes sad
pleasure until Tuoeday.
L. F. Osten of Lsarows was amso
S the vlotors to Galnevil le yeteroda
S nd while here had hi namw enrolled
o, or sobseriptlon list.
S Mr. and Mrs 8. B. Phlifr sad two
S children of High Sprianl ar aIn the
city. They wrn eUmmemod her on
aseot of the Illness of the former's
antor Mre D. M. Phifer.
" I ta(Mnd to *e ot m a wiar mil .
; I y oodsIst a very low price. Ev*
;lot, ll the neeo t is lupe- u
shedsl Vislt m paron before boys
g. Mn. F. T. MNe0omik.
ATTINTION-Womsa' Baskar will
h0N a aleo beginnlol promptlyt as it
p.' . today at the opera house. Every-
thing redooed. Aetilon tonight from
S elsx oto sev. Everybody aome
'R. F Bekham of Windsor, who hai
been here n attondIaee ast oort as
j ror, returned to his home yesterday.
Before departing he iballed and ro*
awed his subnoriptlon to Thoe Bn.
J. W. Bennett has a small garda lan
this ily, bat he rals someD monster
ve. table. Re borough MsMoo yams
and rutabaasu to The Sek ofes that
speak well for the rihness of the soil.
Blue Ribbon tLmon nad Vaanila E.
treote are made from theo ebolet lem-
me and finest vanilla bem Shat gfow
and aged until the Baror tI perfee.
Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanllla ad my It
A, JJon s of this ity, travllng
rproesonative of the Troy Boggy Orn-
pany, Troy, Ohio, ieft yeterdaU e- an
ostended tour whlke will OeIted as far
wst as Oaliforola. He eopets o be
absent about lve mstlhe.
By oommodlestin with W. R.
Thomo., penose wiohing work doe isn
tbo erpenter line or Joto take by coN.
treat, oea be pet in touch with tbo
dero tged. who would be pleased o
eet them William J. Ward.
Wanted-Apgas for Vietor talking
Mbinea Reoerds noe M weat, 10
e4tr and I1 for t.4ek, 10I.h m b I.d

4Mb aIm, .eleOe and Uetales.
Wit for Hlise Metorepum taa Th
Mashbln Oo.. Maln Y ream, JaIham.
Ville, Fla.
Remember theb re to Jeokhsmtllte
eeMr s tbe tabd n a uoant the Oe-
eadowm Veern* retai. Titoma
4le id Dember UIM ad ee the
MriNl trn oft llth, o d rrter*
us Derembr Uus, eMlr 1.70 fr U"
see6 stip. *S* Mr. b b
h e..a--at onm" Jueme H.
Tome aiodedma. C0.. wbe Meb
bemo iLk ft t he pest wu days
wed WA. ea s,"I ytedaiy asI
SprigAr bMa as atheiBo m of
&WWIm "e Irno
I^- 4i .l~ffl h'e d i I
TU1-4M4R| gl-w~hshaa


Dr. E. W. Hall, St.Idls Me.-aDm
Sir: DaOurlTlbthe pl ya we bave
sod ovr tweaty-fowr dae "Bt*U'
Ores Diweovry" for kidMU ed bad.
dee t nbl ad dortl StUiM ha"v
rwived -e omplbMnt
Yorsn rspeehlly,
V. Vu Agram bn.
One mu bmols* t n* @Nb *-
4.,. HaCsu *sma hses..y. a S
Mw M. em ssa a, mAM

m- eaM Ib beaa b e

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Oa eaBbeteb e


100 Per 0Ot hP .
A package of DaM&* Bs Pud
Paint contains no titerlsto ai y
form whatever, and w ji h
outside white sad tiant will arws
Old Procm asU1mM1, 10 po. Puit
01 all 0 11U1i WNIL? Pm
OKM Pn I1b tlit m pir &t

Inoloding h upseary parent ilntlm
solonr sad beet soerp in drypr. To
thsl we nuarate sad azl oar *lt s
ture.-Tri H. B, PAri Oour"ar.
Sold by she Bird Hardware Con.
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SUe Milks' ErolctoB, 10 oeaM. iSam-
dorn & ark.
J. A, WarLof Bell ruw traingf t heL
city Iesterday,
Mn. frodertWl of Noewrry was
shopping lo ter tty yesterday.
*Mayor J. H.Prater of Mlwaopry wa
truseasllc boelne o Inthbis ci ye
County arveyor James Orexton of
Miesopy wu (I thbflty on ofelall
brlsnaew oeteday.
8. L T'qrr of Lake View, o of the
masot Mefol phlater. of that e
too, eT he ( si )Iy esstwdy.
Mr. sad M. 8. I. Waire of *rove
Park were mng the business vision
to the sosty capital yoltrday.
TorpMatine aIpe for alo at bthi of.
Be, I0S per donss, 8 per huddre.
Cash mass aompaBy order. dawtf
RBw. T. P. Hay, pator of the Fint
Prmebytouia Obhurb, will pren h at
North Ola"vlillk Hall this eenlalg as
7:10 o'e1sok.
A Dw td attraCtive sign p~e boe
placd In freo of the 0seatnflCityJB
srar, Mr. G. H. Browne, KaS Unlon
street. The work was performed by
Bbhakeltoo 4 Oore.
Prof. W. N. Bbeat left yesterday
for Osala to sttsed the annual smfer.
ee of the MI. ChObrh, BSotb, to
wheb he le a delegate. Prof. Bheate is
also a member of the eoafenoo school
boar d.
Warranty l4d and mortatp blanks
for *e u thisU oBloe the form ned in
Alehas soalty rwhick sve money in
recording. $l per hundred or 80 per
dosea by mail. Cash must aompany
order. dawtf
I hav some ver handsome pltrmo
on Sol, doplinats of the Inest oil
palntinga from the old masters, whhie
I will sell at moderato price. Also
some very handsome beby mak. Call
sad eve them. Mrs. F. T. Mo0ornmlk.
Milks' Emulsion aurm like masi
Positively uaranteed to eure ee to eh
trouble, coatipatioa, eslds, ough,
asthma, eaterrh of the throat, laon
trouble. Upwards of Ifte are now
usoin is. Prie 0 ots per bottle.
faderdon &A rlk.
The Junlor Unioa of the Fins Bap.
list Obhrc will gie a Uan o crnital
and box party as th open hose o
Dee. 1th. Tthe will -e so adimletoo
ehargrd.at the door, s~d the pblie is
Invited to attend. Farther partlc.
oltn will bo give later.
Remember t old rolableo Seboard
pau you In Jaesoavtllkt o time.
Qaletket and most diret rote from
Jalla illle. O eoost of tM O0m*
federated Vetoras reotle, tiheter
will*be on Ml* on Delbier 13, sad
for the monrni tra of the f8th,
rood to return ultil uad imeltaudt
December 1I, oily 1.t0 9hr sh roewd
SCheaper tbaa wal See Mr.

Mobile. At., Ferb. M. 1m.

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Inmtof af thW. Weh
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twr t. MifDomery of Micoaopy w"p'
%W"vte i (or to this ealy y; trre

W. P..wiieworth, th4ele grow-
OllLli was o the bito sa boa

pr a KS,.OO for a eo f t. Seo-
rA SOM 6ky and coonty r ml estate.
?ifioneapwo. J. A. Oarlll*.
IrOr btuaosfruit sak baked rv-
o* atnirday.r Price Soo 1:e1ite a ak. = D i
PUmlte t El se Bakery. as
W Blich of 8Osa rF, one of the
meow WstdM koown eliss of that WIK

ii d the as l UNieM. Of the Flor. C u n
lM Qoeftressm,' M. E. Obarh, oeth.
Dr. ?Ihe MoLeod, a prmnlaeot phy-
S"elIa of Newberry, was *mog th. os W a
w9o avoead OGinesvill* wish a visit
yresIday. IH
J. 0. Haloe of Alslebs pMusd o I
twlh the elty yesterday rate o _
Jkebsesw lll where he wanao- ed
on bsneo Satisfaction Guaranteed.
J. T. oboe of La Oroes, who bu and Car
bee, ottMtdingo he* oor here for the
puse two or thWe days, returned so
bhis home yesterday.
Robrt Dish,.. of Waldo was I the
aity yoew da, bhavingle bwe somroed 11ea
on Mseeu of the illness of his moth.
r, Mrs. L A. Diekson. JEWELERS A
Doeler Bonett, formerly of this lity,
huWassepted position u meeeer of 41 West Bay.St.
the Bouthea KxprsM Co. amd s roa*-
alen betwme High Springs and Citrs. I yoar name
OlIg.k H. %. Arnold and OCap. A.
Paul, ,aPell ragnt of the V Uab*
Stat8 laB odflo, are attending the
esiloo of the United StaI eossors In
eoy. Thee. P., Hay hu resumed
from 0C0lumb, 8. 0., where ke went
to attoed a usion of bte bouad of
trustee of Tbeological 8pminary, of
whleh he os a member.
Frinds pf Perry M. Co)on, who has
bos lodieposed at his homo, Alashub
voaee, will bq glad to Iarn habt his
OondisiM ontdoues to Improve and the
changes are he will be oat I few
F. H. Olysts of Clystt, M. P. Stokes
of Larose, H. M Moran of Oamp-
vill, 8. 0. Gay and F. S. Osten of
Misoopy sad Harry Gray of High
8prino wee among the visitors to Ibis
lIty yesterday.
Oapt.1. C. Qprow has cepted a
position as deputy county tax aseseor
I theb oA of Asseor Ooho.. He No THE CONTI
r*arded as oneo the bet secoant.
sate In the State is (thorooghly fi. (First eor
miller with the work. Framu s Cetnetal Oar Key Oy0


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