GAINSBVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 190)
TEN CENTS A WEEK
nien s HUSBAND
fImpottat murder Case of Ver
' -IM WAS COMMITTED IN 1102.
SA'mt~aL..bead *mmiekawa EarI Sand I
woman nWWEI IU mFIU w U" -l~ I
nod to NOW WVango Influence
on Thm SOe w -Pttlofls for
CIemeney WVro of sf4.Avail.
WUtor. Vt,Dc. 9-Micr. MarY Ma.
-el m ogers was a ngd at the Vermont
.ajeeprim at Wladsor at 1:11 thsl
.4Iraoona r the murder of her bus-
a td, Masw Rogers. Mrs. Rogers was
Si-mend dead by the prison officalA
at 1: T p. .
Itr a etod time Windsor Im crowd.
@d with straagrs who bave sought the
clalty af the death, soene of Mary
abel Iegers, whose eoeoution was
set io the boer hetweea noon and 1
lookk today. PFw reefved permits
to adtallly VwtaMa the hanging. Hope
or tthoosidlaed womas was prac-
tically aliadoed today. The aber-
IrTs deputy boea to aprtg the trap.
rftld dartag the anght and coalad-
da arr'aaCmets were promptly ade.
AwaIUag governor BelI's arrival at 6
-dlook this morning at White River
Juastia, a few mllp north of here
vee Mrs Ro s'' attorneys ready b
.ake the al legal plea In her beha
aiU. JesLe Patton, of Cincinnati,
armed wit a petition for clemency
-igmed by tho sads of women, had
also come from Rat and awaited
Remeiae. rft -reer.
The career of Mrs. Rogers has been
,* remarkable one. A wife at 14 and
,o murdaress at 19, and but U at the
4y of her death. Ignorant and de-
jWraved, she had a strange influence on
,'hoee she met and her admirers were
laay. In 1902, having won the af.
gectlona of three men, she enoompassed
the death of her husband. Marcus H.
f Bogers, with the aid of another ad.
mirer, Lona Perjam, to the end that
she might marry a third lover, Mau-
ilee Kaapp. Perham oeonfesed, and
be is serving a life sentence here.
MrL Rogers was born In Hoosick
gIlla, N. Y., uad when married re-
moved to Denanlaton. Vt., where the
carder was coautted.
tory of the Crime.
Te orta e or wjloa Mrs. Mary Me
el Ro-g was sentenced to death was
the murder of her husbad at Benalag.
4to. Aug. 11 10L
At the tine the crime was eammltted
Mnr. IMags wua only 19 yes old.
le had bees aparated from her bus
ud for soe time, sad was desiraou
S--e marryiag a yoeag mau named Ma.
Ise Kaspp. Os the day of the mr.
MOr es oger went to Bsailntea
10 viit hM wife, sad that night she
m W l to meet hlim in the woods
r tOhe alloom e "r r. While -
Mal tahm dbe fadmed am to atow
Ur to d his haads. aa4 wile he
hM a ho lf- dtld teo. who was the
e f 0tho wema with w mshe wa&
Anotor w aM alteBe
Sw- soid s o t day. ia oarer
r- aII he be id hr
ts t mea n team. the ws ma wmee
b ellist hI adsouf me h bem
W a*I Mur egs .s e.
fi e l hmum h b ar Is
mme s S ;' s ma" am os
mmse am pesnkee frOlimu srN
Aes shew sr sti muhe n w.
A I Sey after sdte i r -x
e ase**4 .. e om a de a am
-~th v er.
Green P. Archer's dw~04ag, outhouses
and 30 bales of eattn .were destroyed
by Are Threnay oNratag. The prop
rty was partlUyy d, P "
"NOT GUILTY." DECLARED JURY
Man Charged with COnsprcy Is Giv.
en His Uberty.
Oolumbus, e Dek. .--4he Jury to
the Peterman cae. after being out
three hours, brought a late Thursday
afternoon a verdict of not guilty.
The verdict was received wtLh tears
of Joy by Mrs. Peterman and two little
i_11- Avi.ta f ftl> l rwaA th rde.
Paid Penalty of Death for Crim
CONFISSEo TO AWFUL DEED
Mob Captured PrIlW r and Prepared
m '--....- ia **i Sht riff tiPr t
6 "4 u mi Ww 7 a;7
or, alias Will Brice. wlih was wanted
for criminal assault upon Mrs. G. W.
The n'wards ofTf-rcd by the state
was $20. anti this was t:i, only amount
with w.lch t(he g vernor hadt to, dal
It has betn decided, however, by t:ios
Interests: that the other reward.
should be paid in the same manner
as that offt-rod by he state, so that
Governor Terrell'a finding practical!
control's as to the divisloo of the other
rewards, amounling to $400. of which '
$,H wasr offered by Mr. Moore and
h's on, and $200 by a number of prom.
Inent cltisens of that section. The to
tal reward to be divided. therefore, is
There were a number of claimants
*- l>_ . _d
Witte Powc-rlas to Cope With
Elements of Danger.
REVOLUTION ON EVERY HAND
Rusia Trembles on Very Brink of DiO.
solution and the End of Dynasty Ap-
pears To Be Almost Inevitable-4*1.
diers Ar Mutlnous.
ror tIe rewarn St. Petersburg,. lIc 60. via lDlyku-
b nen. h ait Prussia. l', IC .--P'ublic
JUDGE CANDLER TO RESIGN. confidence In the govarnnmnt'A ability
to weather the growlpg storm is wan
Expected He Wi'l Leave the Supreme Ing rfat.
Court January 15th. Premier Witte seems powerless to
Atlanta. Dec. 9.--Assoclate Justice oope withi the new elements of danger
John &. Candler, of the supreme court, which the revolution to risJlng on
will In all probability, tender his res- every hand. New mutuloe among te
ignatloo from that benca to take effect troops are constantly reported and he
Jan. 15, 1900. lawlessness in the country is tiorea-
While Justice Candler has not reach- ing.
ed a definite conclusion regarding the 'The Immediate danger ,nafreotlag
matter, he has it under serious consuid the government ia a concerted atteok
ration, on tne country's credit. The public
When asked about the matter Jus fear that the government can be
lice Candler said he preferred not to forced to suspend gold payleto In-
diseuse ft further than to say he had creases daily. This would, the
sad the matter of reslgning under con crowning ahblevemeat of the tvlu.
aiderntlot for some time, bli physl tlonists who are satlsoed with the at
clans having advised him tlanst much tending financial eraph the whole bous
longer conttnuinr the cintlning work would come tumbling down. The
which the duties of the Mupreme bench chances of driving the government Into
Impose. bankruptcy they profesi to believe
It .as been reported that several flat. would ie materially Increased If the
terfngi bIinlesi offers have I) en made confidence of the foreign holders of
recently to Justlle (Catitllr Kuiilan oblgatlonsu was undermine,.
Justice c'undl.rr's on!y hon, ,sa War. uad the news that the rrench nvest-
rnn Caneller, now a law itudtil it at th( or,. who wele #*loading their for-
I'nlveralty of (c.orgla. will I..come of elan iunrilbtaedam, was received with
age In January, and uipon thel ctmiple jubilation by the revolutlonists.
tuin of his law errure will take i: Soldiere Are Mutlnous.
the praclicr of ;in~ h.wi, li tho Fii At Kharkoff l ,fuo soldiers have
Justice ('andler icaves the bench. It altr, not to fre on the people, ad4 at
Is understood to be his intention tf a. Roustoff the Third (enadler artilbry.
sociate hlh *on with him In t:ie pint- conasltlng of 414) men, ha held a et.,
twice of his profer.!on. In and forniltlated demands. Ollamil
(h, Jan. 15 next .luntlce ('aniler will artlin, It is reportridl has boen takN
have crmpleld til n yearn' servi, oin (by the1 military engineers at (Nile
the hen~ii. lHe I now In ihe th rd and by the treemw In several plaoes In
year of' hi servilc, on the supre'tlle Ith Iolti province
bench 'The declaration of martial law In
MARKS PLACE WHERL THEY DIED UIvanla is dtle to sgrarlan trmhble
r large b)in>!s o f ji-asants are marching
Unveiling of Sha# Ir,,ted by Penneyl. anld plliat1 g it Is reportJe that
vaila at Andersonville. I)orpatim ii flames
Apdersnvilll. (i, Dec. 9-4a the
prreepne of nearly .oo, men who were Emperer Refusei Witte's ReeMlguiesL
prisoner at ('amp itumter. the mono HBerlin, Ic I 332 p m -A di.
meat erected In the Anersonville patrh to the' Tagthlatl from I. Peteo .
prliom park to the dead of Peonsylva. burg dotel ye4rday and reeotIe
ale was dedcated Thursday by (b. bere toaly, by way of IUdythleIs.
eraor Peayparker, sad w b byhim ast Prussia. say Premier Witte hs
formally handed over to the UnlteJ 1iven his r~.lInAllot to the eImper.
States overnmeat represeted by wbh refused tO are*pt it
G0ehal I A. Carnas, eheiirman of -
the Chlarkamuga Natlonal Mitltary Railre? Men 6tike
Park onarmll to. Warsaw, Rselasa Poland. Dee. 9.-
A large auwibr of Americna people Advite. '.-relIve here today from WRi
attended the ceremony, ite Central o and OthrloI sy hat the railroad se
Oeorgis ralIroad fuwlsllag free tr asa. at various places atr'I last iht s
ponltloI on a u*ep a Itrala for a a pr" 't aalalsllt the prllolatist of
wwo desired to eome fnm tLha olty martl l aw i the IhItl. proevimi
Ameig the viittors were maay Penn *slam nr nrws come from UpSaria
sylvatl vrtefraa sad a nauber n because of the proWlsailos of 1ar-
or-r eoofederate soldier rTe tbest t-al l
Of fedIg prevaled. WILL IERCT TIH MON lMUar.
girl. u5i senui uon w. ,. v ifor Vengunee w vu1 *. ,in re i.iomp-.
tense In the ase of J. T. Peterman, ly Recued10iN-4pecial Term of
of Taylor county, Ooegia, wiose rial e
on the charge of,oomnpiracy ended In Court Calleite Try Prisoner.
the United States court here. Atlanta. Dee. *.1-Ji1 Walker, self-
Petermah was charged with having confessed asMtiaat of .iz. u \V.
Wonpired agalaet the life of Frank Moore, of Bi wood. near Atlanta,
Wleer, a government witness, in an who was re- frC m a mob by Sher.
Illicit dist lling case, who was shot to t N elms quickly tried and
death on the streets of Butler, Ga., convicted on R], startling adnils-
In December, 1M0, by Ben 8. Garrett. &ion that e V t r'ght negro, was
It was claimed by the government that hated at the r by Sheriff Nelms
Garrett, Peterman and John Bateman Friday moralig.
were Jointly laterested In Illicit dis- Walker reterated his confession to
tilling, and that they conspired to get the last, and the alht b uure ais exe-
Wllebher oat at the way because 'e cution, he had prfesaed conversion,
was the governments informer and and bad decla l that be was ready to
main witness against them. Garrett die and unatrasd.
eeoped after the killing, and has not raere was no httgh in the arrange-
yet Ibe oeptured. ments. The rope hba been tested.
The defendant yesterday placed on and all preparailom jad been made.
the stead Mrs. Ben 8. Garrett. who The execution was private. only 0. '.
testified that Irmak Wilher came to Moore, husband of the victim of Walk.
her hene and fered her a dAnk of her's assault, his two sons, John and
whisky. Me declined, and he then Cliff. the negro's Counsol and phyi.t-
made her an Improper proposal she clans, and representative, of the news.
says, ad ofrd her $10 as es easa. papers haviu ben grant. I adtission
tion. He told her husband of the to the jail by IberIR Nolms
Insult that ha4 been offered her. and Walker's arrest, following the as.
he hunted up Wilcber and killed him. sault on Mrs. Moore, n prompt iden-
tiflcation by her,. the efforts of the offil.
WANTS MONEY RETURNEO. cers to take him to to,%n ,and the de-
Stermined efforts of a mob of Brook-
Mrs. Young May Sue Coate for a Good wood people, armed ant, determined. to
Scm of Money. lynch the prisoner; followed by his res-
Macon. Ga.. Dec. 9.-Althoue h she cue by Sherif Nelm. his speedy trial,
dtlared $o a jury that she ever paid his dramatic confeu ilon and now his
io00 to Prank Coatee, ma insurance execution, complete a story of a crimp
aseat. for a premium on a $6.000 hardly without a parallel.
ley, and the Jury believed her sad ae- t the Crie.
quitted her of the charge of fraudu- The crime for which Walker paid
leotly impersonating another, Mrs. the penalty Fridy morning was with
S Youn now wnt the $100 in
Maggie Young now wants the $100inout a parallel in the hisg:ory of the
question, will file a petition In the au. state. la bread ight on Thursday
perior court, asking that Coates be morala. Oct. 2;. Wra alker criminally ay.
compelled to turn tCe money over to snied s. Oct. 2. alkeorci wt nal f
her. W. aoore. who lie s on Peachtree roa
Duirng her trial Mrs. Young was wio Borekwoo1 In a turniree rah
eharged with having lmpersomated Mrs. within a ron'w s atrow of hur home'.
Mary HMinon, in an attempt to fraudu. and in sight of a -.re which was kept
lently take out a policy wth the New by Mrs. Moore's f a.nbed.
York tfe and Coates swore that she Walker d a r be had committed
had paid him the mOey. the asanlt. Posse-s were quickly form.
On the strength of Oetee' tatlmo ed sad seat out in eery direction to
By. Mrs.. Yon am ow waste ste no apprehend the agallast. Although a
Coat adftits that the moony does paek of bloodho'de Sollowed several
ot belong to the New Tork L4 *, but trails. sohing could be learned of the
he doesn't know what to do with It Megro. Several peos claimed to
It was gives h b by a woman calling have mn the ngr 'eamd alUtough a
bNrself Mrs. Mary Hlias. and be says number of susplkein pt oi s were tak.
that woman was Mrs. Yo eung estedy, non wa identIUed by
The jury evidently believed Mrs. *MN. Moore as her asiafest.
Toag wbe she dealer this. and the
afair Is In a tassle. Afrster n Pdrin hbeg
Sri aft the rrise hdbee rom
New f O fw r War s miltted Marsal r,,.phes, of Ulirbur.,
WWilala gm. r e. _- atr eiW a strange noro uned Jim
"W'Atagu* **' W. *.,O2er ; *n*-ll( *e 18 t
bane hed by the war depart.set pro. Walker. The ngro wea eat is t
vUlg that eaea"lh at military lrbmu ai1 for neady tf daysaft"
arte wll a be thrown a f lgt ,rde the ertme was coma ted. Whe he
up sy n Uthemo p9 was eared is it, he p eses f Mos.
ed wth owerumat artillery. It is or- Meir she poittIely e*demtIed Jim
dered that if a ligt is throws spe WaIer as her als
m ~ tg lf
ay eoter essel it will be reme ed an l uI aly affothe id Meu .is
e as t is Wdsem d -tilnt the vese Se rtwd secured W t o m ar w le
ti a prdateom, or as monm aas alarm 111a Bu mde* Bl. she
Wistleb is bewa. This risto dte m rl to17 S o w
pewst as terfoeree to the avisa we made sa se we 1M
1 of o nu treated. foally belag reased by Sher.
Ioh.______ wo hala f h@_ of Ie
TO b Nae0 P1e0 0tideeat-mte f WaoSer, arwried to the
WaOlm. D. *.-edsis of u a 1 ,,I@a a '",,nob.. i me
go A M mvl re Ia Deiaer- pleaded with '* M 4 with Mr
esad = 10 a mama. 91esfMe ea et o "aln O w
bo anlb te b IA we A special term as~ was a ed
1Br aM s1,mi & b whm Mr. as am. of. ft "rw .
l *R, yl ho t.e isv ,-appuig e- me
________ olre legal *v n The as
hae uta gge s9 aamnAs .aea nm
helmevilile Wool" Will Unvells a hot
CISeevtiier. Gs. [lJe C.-At a isa
Wa esthusisetle mela of Me lO
sret chapter, meultm of the On-
federsey, held t the rosidoW me
preelde. YMrsC0' C a4wt so&
tim of xMres L84grw 960 She
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4f ao st 000d brb~els atok was by
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$HIP AOrIP'T; 1.5I AoNJ SAbRO
jopeein Y.'epet wis Hi DnIft
Cho ho. 3kDo 1.--4 p a.-The Jap
as"@ arm Ie Sko have ar rved
here Isa aWlo report chote f he laa-
po" Jisas sha left [Iiby for Is
p"5 two days a"o, with I1 oslOtvrv,e san
horsesw aboard. troh* her preppel
kw b rol= S be Tons iremtoeorp
sd the ao mat &ad is sew sWrft
hb't sA '.me b to c mb IR e
e ejaose ometa leore ka "tel
arNOh IOr aw a a"ofwar to row" the
bhpof womal W000el~-sh d40
aSIMwo abor4 the IAweepw
Doe-r p. a~Sb mted
T*6 -he Osalobrth
lso~h#* eab5radm e witha *
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*&so to 2NE tha gbthe sPaw
Is "end"Is rhob"
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wBOTH FOOD lw HSBr 18 HEAVY
SANOTH ADOMEDICINE. QjSut lion. BA MyI
AND ME ICNE.Quitie of Vegetable* Are Being
FA COURT We like, best to call Scott's s11p0 d rom Thsuestion. Air Line Railway
RI L Emulsion a food-medicine. It ThM *Msent of lettuce, betme and
J" tc "- ~ : is a term that aptly describes peOas" 0 section fe begn io n FOR....
oldiber rW at l Other Mar. the character and actionof eaniess, 80A several earlods are s.ip..
drmls, Up for Life. our Emulsion. More na T d o rule are fa,. Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Souther
S.medicine-more than a food, tha pr dd last seaso, and are lines, Raleigh, Richmond, W ash-
WHISKEY QASES WErE GALORE yet combining the vital prin- brin o geotn prices. Lettuce Is spee-
L ge ciples of both. It is for this .17 i ington, Baltimore, Phila-
1 L e rNebaer of Offenders in Whi reason that Scott's Emulsion Th. growers are hopeful that the
l Tkffi Were Convicted and has a distinct and special pri wIU be'ressined throughout the delphia New York.
IOntk With Severely-Expensive value in all wasting, l wan event they anticipate
value in all wasting diseases. a flnrosltal soes from their erope. i
Twm There is nothing better to Two Elegant Trains Daily.
After four weeks of hard and con- remedy the troubles of im- Tortwn of a Preacher.
s t' work, the fall term of the circuit rfect growth and delicate The seq of the tortore of Rev. o. Seaboard E express.
e st, Eighth Judicial Circuit, ad health in children. Theaction D. Moore, ptor of the Baptistehorch
Sjearned at 8 o'clock Saturday night for o Scott's Emulsion is just as e N. S aboard M a l.
4 The Jiut case to be brought before effective in treating weak- es of a persistent cough, resol
'1 the court was that of the State ness apd wasting in adults. lag from the rip. .1 had to sleep sit-
*' Fletcher Watson, colyed, charged SCOTT A DOWNI. 4o Perl Stet, NewnYork. tBi up in bea. t tried many remr. U L L0 E PULLM AN E UIPMEN
with the murder of Oareatt V. Chem- edes without relief until .I took Dr.
berlin, which occupied the attention COMPLIMENT TO PEDRICIA. King's New Discovery for o0osump- Only Line Operating
of the court for three days. The test. ti-o, Coeghs and Colds, which entirely
S money in this oase being in kBaturday Received Inquiry Regarding His Goods eord my ocgh and saved me from Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlesao
morning, argument was begun, and from Madisonville, Ohio. eonasmptlo" A grand oare for die- _
Slashed until late Satorday afternoon, It seem peculiar that a manufasetr. eased o0di1on1 of throat and longs. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any agent 8abold o
when Judge Wills made his charge to er of vehicles in Gainesville should re. At all drugglts; price 0o and $100, write A. 0. MACDONELL, s. 0. BOYLSTON JL.,
sbe jury. The jury was out only flf- aeive lnqilpy regarding his product guaranteed. T.ri Asst. General Passenger Agent, Passenger igent
feen minutes, when a verdict of guilty from as far North as Ohio, but it is 0 Reunion Plorida Diviion, United Con- JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
of Murder in ae first degree with a fuet. O 0. Pedrick, manufacturer of federate Veferans, Jacksonvlle,
commendat on to mercy was return' boulgg, Saturday received a letter Fl., DOecember 18.14, 1905.
.from 0. W. Agin of Madlonville, Ohio, on- ,= o. C L Y D E L IN
At the supper rou the oourt ad. requesting Mr. Pedriok to send him a On seo t he A an ofI a med oe-
Jsrned until -7:ou, when the following price-list of his line, as he desired to session she Antifto t, Line bam o
prisomoer, convicted at the present make a purchase. He also requested named the rss ofone* per mile
rm of the court, were sentenced: the freight rate from Gainesville to plus twenty-evwe aeibth isa minimum
State vs. James Henry, murder, hil town. rate of fitty eo t. This rate has been
S tats prison for life; State vs. Robert Mr. Again stated in eiplaDtlion that auoforil from i1 etpoints w tll e State
C Oook, rape. State prison for life; State a friend of his had recommended Mr. of Flor, stfoiketr will e sold D.
vs. A. J. Whittey, larceny, eighteen Pedrick'. buggles as being the best cember It and for trains scheduled to
S monathe.l Bi e v.. ABrrant, larceny, that could be put up, hesne he desired arrive at Jaksonville before noon of
v fvel ars State vs. A. Bryant, 1ar- to make the purchase from him. December 1 Final of tickets
ee a, (seqood count) five years; State -will be December 1th. Same are re ---
ve T..4v Jo 1 Green, murder, life; State Notice. stricted to estiuoous passage in leh F OTT 8.AILINZ-8 .AO :E 3 W EEI
vs. Jr 4, selling liquor ID dry Executive Ofnep. State Board of direction. There should be a large TWEEN
Health of Flod- onlle, crowd golog to Jacksonville on this oe.
oni1 o12 month@; sate To. Health of Florida-JasksonvIIle, esalon, as the rates are extremely low.
JAlid 1 selling liquor In dry Florida, December t, Jacksonville and New York,
dcKa. or 90 Year; Sltot vs. A r omptlove, examination tso fil To. Prospectve passengers should call on Calling at CHARLETON, 8. C., both ways.
Des ]dwlrds. selling liquor in dry eansos exleting in the position Atlanti l Coast Line tens ot full I the twice
Dean y, thr e *ousts, frst li uor 1100 of Asistant to the State Health formation or write Frank C. Boylston, -* E ngla nd an S ot her ni ne
O 0 Fu r, hrod ad o this f ss Otor will i. eh oi Paear Al aJacksonville, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
S $1 and eotts In each ount; Stat vs. floo of she State Board of Heal Dinre Servie Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
Will Brows, selling liqoor In dry Jacksoville, Florldas, Deember 20th, Furous Fighting. PROVID IOC and All Eastern Points,
eaoosnt $0 and eoost or sixty days I 1906. Applicants for examination "For seven year.," writes Goo. W. Calling at Charleston both ways.
Stabs vs. Jerry Carter, selling liquor most be bona-fide eitisens of the State Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a 83D1h&.Z--W E E LY SA I .INOS
i F dry county. $100 or four months I of Florida, graduates of a high school, bluer battle with chronic stomach and SothboMnd ......................... From Lewis' Wharf, Beeton
Stale n. Andrew MoDuffie, selling sad of a medical college reeognlsed by liver trouble, but ats last I won, and Northbound..... ............ From Foot of Catherine at.. Jacksonville
S liquor 1i dry 6 county, $100 or four the Ameriean Medical Assmolatlon. eared my diseases by the use of Elee.
am' i the ; tate vs. John Holmes, sell* Applleants for examination must also trio Bitters. I unhesitatingly recom- Clde St. Johns River Line
lIg llqeor lS dry eoonty, $80 or sixty be members of a Oouoty Medlcal So- mend them to all, and don't Intend in BEtwOien JACKOONVILLEc and SANiroD
dles; State es. Oharley Williams, *iety of the State of Florida. Exami- the future to be without them in the
bekl sinad enterlng, fie year; nation will be conducted boh orally hoose. They are certainly a wonder. toping t lon Johns River; commencing Wednesday, ad ovembernt rm1 di 9
saw e. vs. 8. T. Moulton, selling liquor and by written questions and answers, ful medicine, to havesured such a bed STEAMERS
Is dry county, O0 or slity days State and sueessful eandidatee moit attain ese as mine." Sold onder guaran- 'ITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K A
vs. James MoNeal, selling llqbor In an average of $A per cent of the qoeu. tee to do the same for you, by all droug-. CI J A and FRED'K BeBA Y
dry county, $00 or six months; State tons asked. glets at W0o a bottle. Try them today. Are appointed to ail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Satur-
vs. Charley Roberts, sailing liquor In The salary of the position is $1.000 days, at 8:80 p. am.Resturnng, leve Sanford, daily except Snodays, at 9:80 a.. n
dry county, two counts, first count per year, payable monthly, with an in. MoCurdy Raligne from Mutul Lkife.- ...........
SW or one year, second count $1 and ereae of 10 per cent after five years' New York. Dec. .-'ae resignation R dow iCHEDULE Nohoeim
e-ts i State Anthony Polite, aggra* service, Josarn Y. Pot ear, of bert H. MeOurdy. general man- Le 0 pm .................... Jacksonville............ ... Arrive
as/ Te a Jalta $0 or three month; State Health Offoier. aer of the Mutual Ufe Issurance com. 4 pm ... .................. Palak... ...... ....... Leave SI0Mm
vw sslo hlo W or nhreemonths; State HealthOfficpeny, was presented to the board of 1.00m ...................... Astor ............... .... sic P
s vs. Charlto Washington, selling -- --: ---- 80 to .................... Francis ................... S 0
liquor I dry county,$ or sixty days; Cured Patlysis. trusts today and excepted. The .............Bereford (DeLand) ......... ..
1 Fleehr Watson, murder W. F. Rally, P. 0. True, Texas, gntion take5 effect Dec. 31. Arrive:MOa ..... ...... . Sanfo .............. g
life Imprlsnmenl; State vs. I)rsey writ s "My wife had ben ueofroag A Fearful Pete. GENERAL PASS. AJD TIUKET OFFICE, 122 W. BAY ST., JACKSONVII.I
0 or four months. when I was pereuaded to on Ballard's I is a fearful r fatl e to have to endure w Uo' n Ja.. A.Ge- Pass. Ac. I. WesB vJt. J s4l
SOwingl to the inerase In crime and 8anow Liniment, which eared her al- she terrible torture of piles. s"I- can e eitnree. Jck Be Pa,. .
S the large number of eae on the dock' right. I have also used i for old truthfully say," H arry Cl0lon .r s AsW. '?.New Yorkc u e .. CLYDR0.
rs et, the term Ju.t losed has been nat. ore, firobetites ad aski eroptions. of Meooille, Ia., "that for bliad, Generl u p. General Ageaset,
orally a very expensive one. having g It doe the work." Sold by W. N. bleeding, liehingald protradinl e plile, e Ii a hsl a tew er erms>t.New Yor
cot the county In th neighborhood of Johnson Bueklen'e Arnid4 Balve io the bet ---
SIS)0) ( O tate Attorney Calhoun has - \ coure made." At5Jbr~t for cate, burns T
-,ana.dtl aarof the Touit a T o Whom t May Concern, and iajor*s. e all droggise. Take The Atlantic C oast L ine
S very able manner aud wa compli- 1 do hereby obligate myelf to fur- Diro r e -ll
heated by th' grand jury upon his in- nish any repnnslble houeehold with a City Directory For ae.FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
*Hl dustry and seal in aiding the court. frti-elas high grade Ludde & BatsI We have a number of copies of
Clua Piano at the rate oft twea seeren Borts'OCty Direory for sale at The V t vi vh ST v
PYTHIAS ELECTION. eents per day, or eight dollars per Sun ofloe. It is a baady pferee noe1 \Iftnth ] pO Ai .er
S-- month. This piano is by far Ithe bes book for bsinems ad profeelioal i1VI j taeme, ,vlUeM Uela, VUU u 1 "I n"
The Alachua Knights of Pythias Elect Inslrumeut I eveTr saw or sold for $287. men, giving the samee of reetdent, s,
Officers for Term. Husbapde, your cigars cost more than with stise and number. Prie*, $*. Rapid Transit and Unsurpas~ed Service
Alsehuc, ) V1 -Thurday night this amount per day. Your elob bills Time Table in effect April 16, 106.
he Kngllhts of l'ythias mrt in regular are more. Buy the wife and girls a puua or 4115, Dp For GAINESVILLE AM"i FM
piano. that they may be entersained ln In p
nio a thr hall ad eletn your A Christmas prOeea. Section Laws of Florida. I give be*- 8:10pm h 8pran and Inter. igg *
S wa held fer ofttore for th.e us.uilng New Year's ift, a birthday pre"e0, low a stateteat showlag the amount D.ily mediate Points
seal*anual term. beginning January $LO s. A I .r.. | of tax-oolleeted by W. D. Diekinasom, lS:)p- Os86a. LIesburg and Tampa. and
1, t 0. : E. E 1.11.C c ; I. (. otax collector of Alashb eoounty. Flor,. 1:6p e re p s Is
lReaves. V ; N Itald0in. Prola.: If e k aby tI Outtin Teeth ide, for the period ending Oet. 81, Da lonermdisse Poiate D
0. WIRowland, M of W.; W r RHo Be uru and u etbat old and well- 1906. ahownbyroomty Ovuorr's re. 140pm Palak. Jacksonville. l
bate,7k. of R.A 8 ; J. W Co.t M. tied remedy, Mrs. Winslow's tsootL- eiept oa Ile t my d4, towit: DtlyD North. st and West i
S &I.; II N. L;Roy. A oif Ie 1'. ag Sayrou. for children et.hing. It TA SR. eroM. a Brmwl o 1
all all pals. wied M164o*all* and is toP an
Rep^ ;./. 'am: FM^.^: S W ..... .
SO,.L. Coud, 6 a t A L. S ,.r .lll..m. br.est tl d iee uea ,, 1113 n I p
SKah here are aroug the I.se sc archess Tw06ae boal ad,. 1. 8:6 Rehel Mieaaupy and Citra
aem esthitIatic an the Sta,. and --- ---- 410 ttB
*fr maeTagie are always a suosee. esbed Prter Cars. ISawe to lmdideasa rpT. 91 U -
!heq m1e* e9vry Thursday sighsd a Te Seab ard Air Lia* operates bar. School Fuld Spse'l t Diea *I *$ D
SsM Iprep s .l alwayisl I pfek f t pTir ea t. ...... e i, Q.Wa I High 4 pr np
Swit aM Ovryc re spec. g Oa bt vi u. k Casem ._ _^. .I ,
Ie N meetIng h is 0rule Tai as Wei v W that Tc, .1 61 01 e. _. _
geamsime, MA fll are gad Ikat it __ aer toh qig -iiii i Ass 111
A o,.anesscd Owe For POW. F or LU And N avana ee- -rv4e J. A. OOODWIN. TickeW A Sl IeM, .
fd money if PASO Cih me" I j ft
pies ie T'aeget re -tt AeLg
i oI er raw k t d I. a*
LORIDA, DECEMBER 10, 1905
Orpni" Amoa1tion in That
Town iext saturday.
MERS ARE DETERMINED
WIl Not Sell Cotton Next Year
k a Price Less Than Actual Cost of
Prduction, and Will Get Together
and Establish a Price.
A meeting of the cotton growers of
Alachua county has been called for
atarday, December 16th, at 11
o'eloek, for the purpooe of organislns
a loag cotton grown' asoelation. The
meeting will b held at Alaobci and
Inemoeh a this is a most important
qoeestio, every planter is urgently re-
quested to be present.
The planters have become tired of
the ridleuloos price which they have
Been offered for their Cotton, io many
Snstanaes being laes than the actoal
esot of produotioa, and they are de-
termined to bring about a revolution
S.. J In this direetio, as they declare they
: annoot afford to raise ootton at the
1 prise they have been compelled to
lom definite action will be taken
at bthi meeting, and in future the boy.
*rs most either pay the pries or do
without th( cotton.
ROBINSON AND CHUBB IN IT.
Appointments Made by President
Roosevelt Approved by Them.
There i so doubt but that Hone.
Walter 0. Robinson, register, and
Henry 8. Ohubb, revolver, of the
United States land omoee are strictly
"la the swim" when it some to Re-
publiean polities il Florida. These
gentlemen, beside holding official po
sitions, are at the bead of the Repub.
liaa organisation in this State and
whatever recommendations they make
command the attention of the depart-
meot as Washinlton.
An Assoolated Preso report from
Washington under date of the 8th inst.
tbea oIformation of several important
appointment in Florida and adds that
'this may be considered a great victory
Sfor the orgalised party in the 8tate, as
tlbrer was orgarnied opposition to the
-reommendations made by the Repub.
ioesa State executive committee.
Friends of Colonels Robinson and
Chubb congratulate them upon their
influence in the party.
A Slick Trio.
Deputy Sheriff . Weaver of Ocals
was In the city Saturdayo onffeial bus-
nese. Mr. Weaver states that a few
days sao three young white men eame
to Oeala. elalsing that they were from
the North. and desired to spend the
irtarr there. They visited various
bmardlg house to oeure rates,
weft bowl through and promised to
ewIrs. In the meantime It seems they
1epted valuable about the reapootive
lhaes and at the opportune time made
the raid, taknlg away a quatlity of
jwemlry, ete. He was informed stat
hely ear to Galeeovlle, but an laeves
4iti ra showed that they bad not boon
Oowr Weaver did not aosure th
ames, which might have bees a big
kelp Ia flag the alleged eslprits. Heo
desulbee l ll as blg young. medium
helM, tair semplezion ad else
ThIe met. may serve to prevent
other feom laes i the same qaaer.
ChO emes 1eadey Rates.
The AtlbaiOeeo e Ue., to give ev.
4et mea eeseaty to visi their
-Oams sad frie will eIl tlUket as,
-et ( the OC riehm e a* e
too" anl polesto a" e a"d 004hird
am t own q tgve (0) sns I.,
OWten WWn ?bow Theseftd will be
ias D sesmbea. Md, *a. 5th,
sw s o Mdsem"ery 1. saw bum1
41 mos Joe 40h.
now iwM moo r" tas ese mu
om oyW l be an ml Desmuwh
tfis to SSW loosow ., Them saswo
iWU ** be sabd beMadaer sase pme
I wmi d, a "loft slow by Ase
pbdpob and l roddeft f ad
phbam a" bam~os ed b
AS- e who o ol Am to
-PIN -1s neom.sMsil
S OUt Business Matters ad Interesting Lo-
C cal News Items.
Wade, Deeemtber .-C. C. lowell of
Gainesville passed hrouih our town
Friday. o.a 3or T m
Mrs. Poor of Miyo io* visiting her
.l sAter. Mnr. J. M. Anderson, lor a few y
E K Andereo *Sd W. R Erwin ofIR ti From the Dry
High springs paseed through our town
Thursday an their way to the -1,appy"
hunting ground. Goods Business.
9 The Lamb Bhoe and Clothing C). of
Newberry have sold OUtht ir two com-
missaries at the Oentral mines to par.
Sties from Otter Omrk.
The colored Maans of this place
have bought a lot fros J.1 Price aid
will erect a lodBg building o the same
in a short while.,0
Sr b S. P. Lewis hal been confined to his
W. N. JOHNSON, Druggist, bed for the lass these months. and is
alel Foria. in very feeble health. He is now 87 W north of
years old, and while his physician is
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED not able to tive him much relief on
Account of his age and weak condi
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. tion, he has all the comforts of life
given him through the kind hands of
List of Various Places of Worship, the family and their uaomerouo friends.
Where Those Oesiring May Attend. Juhn Craig, our popular mail carrier
services will be observed at the vs- between here and Dutton, will add in ll
rious places of worship this Sabbath as a few weeks a marriage contrast to his Still to Be Sold
follows: already large mall contract I
First Prebytertn Church, Rev. W. F. Berry of Forest Grove has
Those. P. Hay-Morninog service at sold a large amoout of his pork at
10:80 o'clock. Sabbath school at 8 p. Wade and around the mines, and has
m. Meeting of Westminster League 75 or 80 more hop to dispose of yet
at 6:46 p.m. Evening service at 7:80 outside oof his faestalng ho gs.
o'lock. 8weet patotos are plentiful in this D onst T rifle. W itl
Kavanauoh Methodist Church- market and odsmand a good price,
Owing to the absence of the pastor, ranging from OD to 7 cents a bushel, T his
Rev. T. J. Nixon, the pulpit will be owing to the eluse-by commissaries,
filled by Rev. I. E. D. Pepper this where they always have a ready de.
moralng at 10:80. There will be no mand. l
evening service. Other services at Capt. C. A. Neel has bought the G o ***eIn
thia church will be held at the usual storehouse and dwelling formerly
boomv. owned by J. W. Williams, and the It is only once in a life-time that you can buy
First Baptist Churah, Rev. 8. B. same is now ooeupied by E. ,%. Well &
Rogers-Saoday ehool at 9:80 a m. Bros. Fresh Goods, New Good- and Up-to-Date
Preaching at 10:80 a. m. Meeting of John J. Smith left Thursday for High Goods at the Factory price.
Sunbeams at 2:80 p. m., and B. Y. P. Springs with a less bunch of patridges,
U. at 8:80. Preaching Io the evening which he said he was going to give to
at 7:80 o'clock. his best girl there.
Advent Ohristian Chureh, Rev. W. M. T. Jones was la town one day last
M. Strout-Sunday school at 9:80 a. week In the Interest of the Central Save the Profit by B ylig from
m. Sermon as 10:80; subject, Phosphate Company, of which he is
"Launch Out." Preaching at 7 p. m.; superlnteadent.
subject, "The Effect of the Holy Spirit Carl Relahards. who enlisted last
Upon the Human Heart," illustrated May in ha United States Army, ino a
with blackboard and crayon. letter to his father states that he is
The usual arviees will be observed located In Alaska with the 8rd Infan. G W HE
at Holy Trinity Epaiseopal and St. Pat. try. He enlisted at Jacksonville. was
rick's Catholic churches. sent to Columbus, Qblo, and from
there to Seattle, Wash". where he was
Failed. treasferred to Fort Egber, Alaska.
All efforts have failed to fnd a bet- He writes he Is enjoylag himself fine.
ter remedy for coughs,. olds and long gets plenty to eat, and plenty heay
troubles than FoleD'o Honey and Tar. wingasr lathed are provided for the
It tope the cough, heals the lungs and boys oa aseount of the extreme eld Two Traiss Daily I* Washinges and Noew erke.
prevents serious results from a cold. weather. He advises every young man I I
J N. Patterson.,Nashua, Iowa, writes: to Join Unole Sanm', service. The let-
"Last winter I had a bad cold on my ter was thirty days coming from Eagle.
longs and tried at lesat half a doses Alaska, to Wade. Fli.
N u34 meN A T*- -'T N.N TTr.tne it iS No.* N ii w o I N
advertised Sough medilnae asad had hid- o s sI,4 o .,,. Ar"'I --n" t ;.1. , IO .,rJaie1 n1a.h.o. Ar Ne S
treatment from two physician with. ANOTHER GOOD DEAL. I *i. *iv op Jmu. Ar *S" Awit' it)sop iu p L a Jesup. is Mu oMr Ar a iue Sief
I p lte f hBa. ts h Ar 4 hs 4 ***9 4 (tis iSe Ar Maeue.< ,.olt i 1t I t rI S
out getting any benefit. A friend re- --i- i is., Ar Cvoat.ii b La a* so S1 f *lae SIft Ar Aums. Os to s i. o 1 e
commended Foley's Honey sad Tar Major W.R. Thomas 1ue Nice Prop. to OVe Ar'bharkttatL O 0p s1e n0Ae sI) AAr 5 koe.. So e i.v s a
I t19111PArtireeanb Lti?( S 1 itI 5 e 1 M At DWW. (isM No lv 1yI
and two-thirds of a bottle eared me. I rty in North Oatnesville. I*f Io" Ar Dtu .W Lv i 4 1 1* 81* Ar toen..me. Lrv te Ia
ooeslder is the gremsta oough sld lung Another Important ta *esate deal .* U eJgL Ar _.9 '..1 A ,. I..
medlel nae the world." J. W. Meo has been onmommated In ibis Sity, e a e i f s Iv. l l Lv t .telSa.et Ar WI Ar I
Collm & Company. Major W. B.Thomnas igspurahad ,SP d O p ArW ia't', JOl 5l0 Wtlo Ar Cbaql, a [jz
--froe Mrs. J. DI). Stark aluable trae A Ps 0 M lm lv L, i.m U a505,s, ,.,' ,,.. .
Important Notice. eomprislg toaerre Uisoth O(laneD- tt rsAr .- .U 5> ra ( '
Oaineaville, Frila., Deoaber 1. 19K. vsllO. situetoed directly sa the North reo ain as "4ew Yo B0d V14Nse e---.
We wish to g v timely notiae to our Osteville reek road. 'c **-_ -_ ,wp
petroes, both gas ad eleatrle, that we Tlhis property eontalne a good, com. v* m oc Yor rsns, .., r. Ar 5 ')
have foand Il absolutely eseseary to fe1elo homae, outbUt1lMidg, a, aod ~ .fs, us p., ... *,Ar -I r 8.t--..
adopt a new system. Beglailog e the itO re led as one of the atst deel. aleesee s r (cva *eeV to sva I w, ,. .us..n.-t rs.
list day of Jaumary, 1901. we will die. rablo set In that likely suburb. ,-- Al ITee...- 5o p. a> -'J. 1'- L _-
pee with a eolletor sad adops th Friend4a of the Major see eoiugrato- i fUp 4e Ar *e ."S Anr Aae2a as n v lJh
system ofmalilng he bill to every latiaghmeo pon thepoehae. p am, SAsS es Ar i ;iAIMmab bVeS..'L 'Io
oeat r sad all Mle will be doe and -- -- At A "gic r, e I tC *, ., i as
pybble at mr ooee oe or before ahe TO THE LADISES. Ar at Kw^g. '., 5 5. 'UP t I.rges lam
lOutdyof itae moth or 10 por oust S As vt, sI n4 e ,, S ? nt ISa hJ va.M, "rs.h,
will be added, sad if net paM oa or We- P5810 Digy I of e a t a Nsesiibl tar.oni
fore a 30th lust. the k sod .,el~uie Wo men's Warm S e ,. tae e a,-,,, Pau ,e. ,r.-, ...e g.e,,. .
ervice wll he dte-aetea d cad me We rstfeosully levie the oedle of a Is L cae we4w m as asses b
deilar saerp will be colleted for re. Gaaertule sad velaty to liak 0e 5_ -s N lMt 5sd Tb.h Pe A* eJ 'te**
imacsg- sernl. We a e mos r. or new lies Uof elosa, made *S t e fo K, e (a cea. ** **, Aj he,- s o et. Pss e.,* *eF
eipmlhli If Mils 5e acs re*feed utiset fashlue sad of the bees Uaterial vrm. I *to a i unr ^n;/.
thei Mgh e poste a they will be a pr that make I NhOs aM W - I.ac a. S ulS e -k t Pr 0 ANl. W Wi I J ... ..slu. r.
I. m aild. TThis re als e, to 0ive. oe Mand ,nabie *her e w f itU I WgwK p.r 1 W U ?TAT u.r. A I )U4 NdK M .A u P A
y-a-ad elsoeie btIa e adme. adg ee n prce W. W eh oa t the hc a _.___._____..._ ._Z.__ .... ...
Ihsea tesi le gl ee ad ea-lagys, ms06 eat. fort edi-.S. i. .... --' ......e..
shsbleenle will be rigMdly afomed S I. m as. "M&3O O u8 _
Iawo a- I s"-l HO F DUTTON&,CO.
DUB, AMd I dale that oe mombes of I
SM 100oass mad ado. 1e pro M t* Alibah Osleatl hr Ammisir --DIALR I---
wa Imo las npds aS- p. doa B ldB
=- -. --- ,--",- --O l;to
Mr~ Perx a I I" :.t1 O Ed Island. Cotton.
um~aOv.er. Par a wo $*I w. W. 0. as1m a I* of.
k^as am&, i 34ow m. w- p p m S Sm Iland Cotton Seed. BaIand Twin.. Walnru
OW s,. J im w. o rm. a Leitn g WItp- or 81rfi
A f ties m "' Mamuftaso of the Jllm DoIg Improvd Engtgnh
OW *r"a e l laund Cottoo Ota. and Supplie for Stnme.
NaladM S ges. *... sW t* GtAINVIl, .. F LORIDA. U 8 A
an Aa O mTHE SUs
Advertise in THE SUN
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ii ~T~:'' ff~~l;;~3'*~~Pif~
t l X 4 -f A 4 ; 1.:j1 7
T SEW! a~i
IY v '~
eA"LV P WORTHY OF ATTENTION.
The attention of The Son's readers
called to a few additional "Don'ts" re-
e a a41ihei Pone 16t n Guaiinme.rM&. In ition to woodlots, which Is woold be
la. Wo l Blw1. wll for every owner of a farm nl Flop-
A It -SO id% to preserve, am they will prove of
. L McCIAI ....... l and Puliber. value in th- year. to come when the
W. W. ABSMr ..... ..AmOt Editor. timber now being slaughtered will be
'JL 533 S mo .. ...... ... .. Cftt cA' in demand for many purpose on every
0tWr J. SmBY. UGeol Travecllr Aient. farm:
Don't select the best trees in a wood-
A.M.Pt.MWlTP.....suupt. Com"poinanoou lot which needs weed sg. Nearly ev-
-" ery woodlot is composed of a mixed
Sn0riCe: PORTiK BLOCK. stand io which deed and oos aund
iW. l reet, 8. TLLEHONS 4S Itrees, weed trees, and sound, careful
mr tato t~ct, A rr~rsot 1
S ft AILT. Sx. published every morniq ez-
4g1g emday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
J l to asy part of the United Btates, postage
Ab, fort5 a year-; 2.j Ux mouths;: 1i.5 three
anths:or 5o cents for five weeks-strictly an
Adding notice in local column o cents a line
rlbfrst Ioiertion. and 5 Cents foreach additional
Rates for display advertising made known on
The Twice-&-Week Lun is nn right-page, forty.
column paper, pubished every Monday and
rhursday, and coatais all the news of the
wk, local, state iad eneaml, uad will be
maIld. pof free, to *ay part of the United
af or Carkda, for t.oo a year-la advance.
Al advertising bills become due after first
ppersve of advertisement, less oherwit
waited in contract. Parties not known to en
W beretqdred to pay for advertising la ed.
eO. Address, THE DALLY SUN,
There Is talk of criminal proceedings
following the Insuraooe investlgatlons.
The recent rains In many portions of
Florida have helped the winter erops
Other le ao sure thing yet for MNo
Olellan or Huost In New York in the
S mayoralty election.
It Is time forThe Congressional Ree-
od to make its appearance and help
aweil the mail saeks.
S If the money received from the sor.
poralono should only prove to be taiat*
ad, woold it go In the campaign?
"Everybody Works But Father" oi
the title of a new soal that is up for
po plr avor, bus mother falls to ee
If th bhyselnthe could only be killed
i oat o of t riven there would be no
mie beatiful pastlme than boatlig
*e t s wae.te
N^ Toe Ohio btaoe Senate Is ta on
Desoecrate and RepublUean-18 each,
with one Independent. I i lucky to
be Independent sometimes.
The Panama eanal has elevea mil.
lions as a starter with which to go
ahead with the work. It may be auf.
W jlent to keep up the work of the presn
I weather necessltates put-
I al toveOO and starting Bres. Soee
tuMor chimeya are In good repair.
M a y may set be vielted by a coonla.
If Japan gets that nice little sum of
two and a hl~4 million from Chiua aod
afew other oontrbuotions they will
have quite a sum as their reward for
S the war.
Marshal O(lymaatferdoing euch rat*
S plant work on the field of battle, has
completely captured the people of
Toklo. He deserve all the honors
The white children of (hicala refuse
beattend the schools where colored
children are snut. This will no doubt
prove a erous problem for the school
The big four of the .rate are 1..
pew. Smoot. Berton and Mitchell.
Tbey will be great gallery attractions
provided their dates are aot eaneelled
S by the oourt.,
The o iQethe r Bll Te lephone aad
teolgraph Company IVU decide on
S WVedbnosday mext wbetber it will la-
S amM the capital soek from one to
Ihsty milliea or not.
A ao lI Atlanta who was looking
'. i: "hmipoge" headqaarter,
a*i di to the P iemont Hotel
tI. Inod iMd kaow that a sa etoa
e -e -g ebare-.
mo. aUme, as boe that iater hr M
eJ llgiale hbWs t."w me aof
*'jrl '~,**v ,4glm
trerse re intermingle4. If you select
sad ose only the choicest living trees
the stani will krow poorer Instead of
better ani In time will become almost
worthless. An Improvement cutting.
which even at a little cost rempoves the
weed trees and those which are dead,
crooked or otherwise of little worth,
will give the remaining pand a clear
start. The woodlot quickly responds to
such treatment, improving vigorously
under the new conditions. Th larger
yield of better quatity in d time
more bhan repays the labor.
Don't forget rdproduetion. In thin.
ning your woodlot have an eye to the
young growth. Spare it as much as you
can in felling aod hauling the logs.
Give the seedlings the chance and they
will seise It and grow into espling andI
poleS. splnga and poles are already
valuable and little later still are them-
selves grown trees.
Don't do all your outting to one spot
Just because it is a trifle more conven-
lent to do so. By taking a tree here and
there where It can be beat spred or is
etsually better down you will Neeure
il a much wood and at the same time
dsw as lightly on your future supply.
lhertheata sd isc omp.d only of old
trads you may of coour often make
clear batting to advantage, espoolally
when nelghbortn seed tre* will ln
soed the opealag to a new crop.
Do'ts let the oarelernese of other
persons do the damage to your wood-
lot ty Ire which yoo refrain from do-
Ing yourself. A re in a neighboring
field may oreep ito your woodlot and
born over is, eorehlag the trunks of
tho treem or even setting the crowns
ablase. It is worth while in the dan.
proeo aseaso to ase that the borders
of the woodlot ire elpar of Ilflam.
sable material. Especially elear
away the laMs so as to form a mia.
nature fre lane about the forest. For.
bid thea onlem u of matbces and
thLbuolling of amp firem, and me that
your directions areobeyed.
Don't be in too great harry to realize
on your woodlot Investment. Be sat.
sfied with a permanent revenue, which
is the Intert on your forest capital
You may materially laerease this in.
teret by managing the woodlot itself
so that the thiaingp always bear a
wise proportion to the yield. Mean-
time the steady rise in the value of all
forest products will add little by little
io the market value. of your timber.
Years henes, when you need It, the
woodlot whleh ha supplied you all
along will in all probability bring you
far more than at present. Or you
may leave it to your children, who In'
turn will fd it a most acceptable
M. Wilt.e, he Ruealan premier, has
tendered his resignation. But the
CIar syr no. and tore the paper to
pieee* on which the reignation was
written, hurling the pieces at the feet
of the mas who refused to pay one
kopee to the Japanse. We can almost
see M. Witte's ead.
Srtator Mitchll of Oregoa died at
11:46 a. m. on Friday. He was sald to
be very much troubled over the lead
fren d eas ~. wlieh no doubt hastened
hls death. which ocrred in a hos-
pital at Portland.
Uen A W.( Oilhrit swill not be a
candidate for the Leirslature. but he
may be in the raee for governor He
is a gentleman that would do honor to
We oarOes Hoodred Iill'ars ev
wad for any ose of eatarrk that neo.
not be eared by Hall's OCatrrh Curs.
r.. J Omnay a Co., To r O.
We, the ondersiged. hsavdkNw F.
J. Cheey be the lasst 1r year. ad be.
lieve him posrfeil horable in*
beotam tS iOslemlU and n-aa-iad
able to earey ot ay eblolatto* e -
by his Sm..
WaasUs- KE AN A Maavts.
HaHll' daisOw t aks tsee.
Ioll, detimg l ubp te blue4
s ss e i -Of b e pee
(rr~ try~iw Iw
I Ibb Net
1w A. 1 frIN
T)e new laxative. DoM
ot ripe or nauseate.
Cumr stoad and Uver
omiwaul ndebromo can-
tiptioo by rort the
uIa lEctkmofthe ton-
ckJ liver and bow It.
m Sobby9 J. We Iia I n Co
* -l am-
the dilek In that
SJ paying moeh attention
SO il .r .It hbese days. A, few year
ot thie Mtark price of silver could
not 0o lp or down a fow pointe without
the faet ea.lIk out long solomos of
poItial editorial, and long political
spe1sheol sow the white metal can
Jufp 25 per sent in two month* with.
out-tstrastln any attention outside of
asoket tirele. As a matter pf fact,
tha pri6e bas gone from 60 Cents to 65
cests per once within the lst two
mot.ths. A commercial paper says in
its mainsial department that this rite
may have some fleet on the Philippine
oorreey, aso he bullion value of the
peso, which passes for 60 cents, Is now
he kllliol of Deputy Sheriff E. E.
Johns of Naau county is no doubt
the rolt of an old grudge held
against that offer by men who feared
sad bated him as an offer. He was a
terror to eril-doers and was an impor.
taste witness in a case nl the United
State court at Jacksonville. The a*
sairsi should be hunted down and
punished to the full extent of the law.
Florida syrop is becoming so popular
that there is a demand for it in every
household. Those who looked upon it
some tlme ago as an ordinary adjoonet
to the common cooking, now regard it
as almost Indispensable for making
delieaet pastry. It is fast taking the
place of all other syruop and is a
healthy article for use for the family.
The Rdialao revolutionists are in
louk. They elaim they ean buy arms
cheaper from Russian ofecers than
they can get them emoarled into the
country, and are patronizing home in.
The St. Aogustine Record Co will
erect a two-ory brick building for its
own ose. The RecorJ ii one of the
bright papers of the State, ably man-
Live Oak bau got started and there is
no tolling where they will stop. A sky.
saraper for an ofee building is the lat-
The special trade edition of The
Galaoville Son hba reached us and it
Is a f n publication.-Sumter,0ounty
THM PROPLI ALL
Im Clbes o ros, t5ve V Mewslwef
This word of late ha been In every-
ore's mouth, and many are wondering
what the .word slntifbM. though no one
hns y-t been found, who will d.,.y that
NEWItnRO'8 HERPICIDE desa the worse.
Wt, 1. for the information of th,' inds of
ii..:*!e who Ilk to know all nabiout a rord
:linc. we would Uay that HERP1IC!DE
nititef. a destroyer or kI:)er or f'Herpe,."
N;ow ollerlp-" is the fanil!y n nm of a
diew:se cauFedl by various vcg.-taul par-
arites. A n!mllnr microhe caures dan-
druf It, hlrg scs!p. and falling hair; this
is the microbe th.tt NEWIiRO'S IHEPI-
hair rOW. _014d leadlng druatA.
emi Ue.a tn samps for samp to The
Kerpoode Ce. De4ht. Mich.
J. t. d-ibrf A 6. ietdal Agabt
SH for Rheumatism, Cut,
A Sure Cure forSCrs,
Sore Cons, BWundns,
Oall Bruies, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Jaia,
Frosed Feet Burns, Sclds, stc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Infam-
mation, and drive out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Thesa
promote free circulation of the Blood, giving the Musa5i
IET LINIMENT ON EARTH
ONC TRIED ALWAYS USED
CURED SCIATIC RHEUNATISU
Mrs. B. A. Simpon, 500 Crag St., KnotviMl
Tenn., writes: "1 have been trying the bathso
Hot Springs. Ark., or dciatic rheumatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
thn any medicine or anything I have er tried.
Incloed find postoAfce order or $1.00. Send me
large bottle by Southern Eprss."
THMI SIES: 35c, 500 AND $1.00
BE SURmE YOU tT THE OEUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS, UL A.
SOLD ANDBOMOMMEtDB -Y
VVW. W- JOI3r TBSOT, G-a i.en 0.3.1L..
If You Are Insured..
In a Company that is Rerponible, Have a Policy Oorreetly
Written With Liberality of Pulic Contract and the Compay
Pays Losses Promptly
You Are Assured
That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
) Fire life, Acidt an l ealth Insrwm .
None but Reliable Companies Represented.
J. M. CUSHMAN,
Laformatiou oeberfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt,
EXPR3SN PIPA ID.
ul QL .Meae. 4 QM
3uathi Club Rye .......W1a@
Non Cios y Bit.R-... S10
Monogram Rye ...... ...3 3So
H&WW' 44" Rye ... 3 1
9o0al DrKove...... 410
"SMalt Wbihey.. S S
Po*Wlb DrWWY 2 75 cY
Apple Ha I .... .... a',
sonsami ........ sl
(Jesevsa t 3 7.5
Non&b Carolina Corn t15
Ornp kamir .Sam
If.6 of cI 7. Bourbon 3a2
Amrwtmost AUwbad os AU Goods of
Bulk GLods-Jup Free-Net lpald.
It Qt al.t0 Per Gallos:
* I i (c~Rye., Gi. Corn. Oood imde.
; O IJ00 Per GaUelo
S, Rye. Gin. Corn. ru Vi e i altlg.
KIk MPor Gallom:
9 W Rye. Oin. Corn. Rum. Best for the me
i1 W $8.00) Per OGUoa:
a ed by Me.
9b 04.00 Per GaUon:
a Nk' V\letoria Rye. Social Dros Rye. Medetlas
V LC LUMP ST .AJLIS BXRI L -D
'' r itaff Beer .. ...........
9 A Extra Pale I.. ... .. .. ....... . I l
S s Standard ....... .. .. ...
M al t. exis dark .... .........., I
C otw rer. Imported ...... ....... I5
9 Hk) wq Al t. jln ts ... ................. .3
r ilnnes Sou. pnU ............... ,.
'rtce by the bbl. oa atppd UtIe
W. a."T. HANNE BROS., JAcmn
Iea. M. "aOA. PaSldeat H. E. TAream, -OMer
@eo. HBM. Viie-Preadeas Lia GaLAX. Asat. O Mr
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAK
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA CO
.apital. ............ ...... $5000000
8urphlu ad Undivided Profits... 30,000 00
ses e*"me^* a 0* wtor eamwaeusai se.e aa
$8. oTATif -i
1~ &WI A
B. F. JORDAN
lot lg, J. --
PLO] JI El 1`tO
NEWS FROM AAhl S..y Tday T .viL BIN W R
S1111111e81y1or In fact, quite swe& Opponent lt AfMi and Placed I IESVLLE B TTLING WORKS.
PARTS OF FLORIDA m ro ld life and mischiet Jail Char d th Murder. --AMt crRr w ut-I
Pink and white fesht, dotted with dim- Chicago. Dec. '-A dt h to TSr
perf No cogh, o etbion. f ,ri o uk., t e Sodi a ite, all i& s G er Ale, Root and Birch Beer, Cider, Etc.
Brief Hppeni O t Jack McDonjld., lablte'r it Wee OGAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.
land champloil dt th'L-eLality wa's kill.
Sections Of $ttau. ed in a fistle cott oWolrsd.ay night wr.te fort prloek OMs d toM are eso% I. bai ,ust ii m ed.
Sa._dby H. G. RobertH.,,.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS The two men f olht a ten.rioml bout.
______ Ilk for the gate receipts and at snmal purse. ,m
Trarns.,i ..i. in"The L.UndA.fi.UowA.." FroT theI third round Ro rt had
Thirzs Boiled Down" to Suit the adailmlatred by a mother whose love ninth round MDoaald s all but ESTABCUSHED N TY
Busy Reader-items of Ihtereat to was tempered with common sense. gone. Roberts swung a vicious Itft to The qu--tio-
All C asses. She knows that OZOMULSION is the back of McDonald's head, droppingg RTend.ri reiahtle service of every sort along th il l, o of
a fountain of energy for growU-ups, him to the floor. Mclonaldl did not of Title the Land ITitle. in the Stat of Florida, particularly
S^a'.,ee ooonty ls to have two ad- too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes regain consclounaea and he died yes- .Alfeh-a county.
ditioinal rural mail routes. plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble terday. frat consid-
TiP Naval Store Export Company folk it is the chief nourisher at life's 'he physielas pronounced death ers!on f o r NPEClAlTIEs: Ahtrsct of Titles; Tax Sale Nearche%;
of Jhr.sonville will increase its apitai feast. It cures Consumption when due to hemorrhage of the brinn. Agents for Non*- hhelent iand Owneri; Plats of Couties,
to $_' ,,,Uo00. taken in time. AB druggists sell it- Robert& now i inla ail, htld for mur. the investor. Towns Etc.
The \Woman's Clobof Tallahassee re- So cents and $Loo the bottle. Let us a ---
ceired $100 from the commissioners to tend you A Certain Ouwe for Croup. References: First National ank of (iainesville. H. F.
u'e improving Waynesquare Free Sa l h ells by Mall when a child s ho-ws .ymptoma of Dutton & Co., Banker.
The St. Auguatineeityoooneil donot Write letter or al to oroup there is no time to xperimrent
take enough interest in the meeting of with new remedle, no matter how ---- --
that august body to get oataquorun. OZOMULSION CO highly they a be reconimmiended.
Robert Ransom, so 18-year-old col- S Pine Street New York, There is one preparation that can al-
ored lad of Palatks, is awaiting trial on ways be depended pOn It ha been
the charge of stealing a diamo BAGG,.GEMASTER UNDER ARREST. in use for many years and i:tas .ever
ring. been known to fall. via: hamterilain's (Inoorporatecil
Morrs @and Frederick Coehrane of Held for Stealing a Valuable Trunk Cough Remedy. Mr. MI F. Compton
from a Baggage Car. of Market, Texs says of it: "I ha. E.E. VOYLE. MG'R.
Welaka, Putnam county, have water- Atlanta, Dec. 9.--On the charge ol umed Chamberlisi's Coiigh meinedy in Aboltraot of Title and full information furnished re~arditin land ti this
melons that are just beginning to having stolen a trunk belonging to a severe casee of croup with my chil- county. Our manager has lived In this count thirty years aud
ripen. wealthy hardware merchant of BIr- dren,, and can truthfully P,,y it always is thoroughly envTersant with land titles.
SSanford had her first election under mingham, and which contained some gives prompt relief." For Palo by all ) '7( 7T |
her amendment charter on Monday. F. clothing and ewels worth aboit $1.400, druggists. __-_ VI M
WoodrSouthern raeleted mayor by 14 A. Black bwasarrested at Au To Build Another Road. FIRE, AOCCIDENT. BUROLARY AND NDEMNITY INSURANOR. Repr
Telly Sou he ra oa a t Ashevlle, N. 4,Dec. 9 -It ha been renting a number of prominent American and English companies
The balance in the State treasury h tell Thurday morning and brought to Ashevlle, N. D. 9-It hi been REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
in to the several fnds the Atlanta and placed in the Tower. announced here from reliable oures L ll e r Lor L
ing to thf e several funds at the The theft occurred last August. The that the Southern Raillway intends to _ii, ,,--- -----
of b s November 80th, 190 owner of the trunk had returned from build an extensalo of that system from
as $416,e00.64 a trip to Murope, and passed through its trestle across the river at River-
Jacksonville merchants are allowed Atlanta enroute to Birmingham. The side park, down the French Broad riv-. G o I R CN a
to occupy only 18 inches of the side- trunk left Atlanta In Black's car* but er bottorls, to connect with the Ashe
alk in front of their places of busi- y a missing after the train reached vllle and Craggy Mountain railway at Retailers and Jobbers It
es to display goods. Brmingham. Snoe then efforts to lo Gorman's bridge, and a railway will
Boa. W. L. Palmer of Orlando will cats the missing truak were futile. A be-built along the line of the survey of
address the Confederate Veterans at short while ago an overooat which had the Asheville and North,'rn to the aorta
their reunion In Jacksonville next teen In the trunk was pawned In east, striking Into ih undeveloped
Wedasday and Thursday. Atlanta, and tis led to Black being around Burnville, anT thence to Tenral, lare Seed a F eti s.
Tamps has a great many Cobans ad Black let Atlanta Wednesday night at or near Bristol. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. OAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA
re giveo a monday of nambl a few daTe on a run to Brataham, and a short Highest market prie* paid for Chickens. Eggi and other PrtdA e.
Wore given 80 days ln,)i a fvw d> while afterwards the railroad agent Big Fire In New York.
age sad one ofthe "profesh" was fined at Austell wa 'phoned to have Black Buffalo, N. T., Dec. 9--The oaops of
100. arrested sad held. the Union Dry Dock company and the A Oomplet* itoek of Ha Ontor, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed MeeN
100 and a We handle onl the VERY EB T goods at the LOW.
A large tome of men are at wort TeI prisoner will be given a prelim. ie railroads transfer and freight Oe d ietleom l ,
patting In the sewerage system at Lake Inaiy trial in a few days. house on Ganson street. were destroy. __,_......_.,._
Oily. After the owrs are I sthelty ed by fire early today, causing a lose -
will begin paslg and building side- Grip Quickly Knocked Out. estimated at $300,000 The damage Emi11.l 170l
walk. They are goleg at it right. "Sodie weeks ago during the severe to the Dry Dock company's plant is
A a.t onthe A. C. Railroad winery weather both xy wife and my- comparatively small, the buildings deo F- ,p-II 1 I'r' T -
m'a Orlando was overtarnd luat self Contet""d severe eolds which .troyed being wooden structures an d N
Tebnday by eming I contasest with a speedily developed into the worst kind eontalned no machinery of great value.
Sh ef ad e Is la rsippe with all itmiserable symp. Tlhir loss will not exaed 115,000.
ad Thomals Brown, two colored work- tome," says Mr. J. 8. Egleston of B3XR S .
men, were killed. They were asleep Maple Landing. Iowa. "Knees and An lmere.ncy Medicine.
on the ear. joints aching. muscles sore, head For sprain., bres., burns, scalds Do S bsetet ia bu, ad sell Fb M60 Do sseo aes
Stopped op, eyesand nose running, with and similar injuries there is nothing Te aeesi*Mof Meakaerl. or stoea. farmem. ere eua ot
O(utsvb LleoDer, a well-known wag- 1 elvea o favaebl tervia lot ld wlIU1M (e 01166 oolme soeof oe il
O alofaturerofTamps, bam lnIt- alternate spells of chills and fever. We so good a Ohamberlain's Pain Balm. remelbva e ofa e elm eitetsuee e sesess
etmlmed natu of .000pdamags iagaist began using Chamberlsin's Cough Is soothes the wound sad not only
tht aity of West Tampa for havingt emedy, 'idingthe same with a doen llseelIneatas relief from pain, but --i-L F OI .TT)A
li f Cbamberlain's 8 omiah aud Liver eduvee the parts to heal In about one.
bd. Is leg oa he alleges, whle n a Tablets, and by its liberal use soon third the time required by the usual ---- - -- -............
dv~la Into a dith left open on I completely knocked out the grp." treatment. So'd hy all draggitts.
tMreet of thit ow. These tablets promote a healthy action .
A great shadow was east over the of the bowels. lver and kidneys which
Florida Methodist Coaferewee Friday is always benefleisl when the system isa
mormiangat Oeals, by the sudden death cong.toed by a cold nr astlck of theA
of Rev. Charge A. Fltweod of Miami. grip. Fnr salte by all druggists.
who dropped dead in the ehureh near -- - --- aIs the bolet metl d by which the pro.
ie plpit aboot 11 o'eloet. He waa Broagening Rared Gaue. dueers of meatse can bave them taken
TTeaue old and had Just Saished ad- Galnesvl'le. (.. Dec. *.-Presldelt eare of The
dmreslg the brethren whea he ex. 0. J. Baldwia, of ibe (alanevi Mid SIANOND "E1 W FA.V THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
pired. The remains were taken to lad railway, and Secretary P'ak J Ha the maOSt euopleoe pltat in Cean.
Talabases for iltermena. OCoha, of the same company, will trial Florida, and the proees l ihe DAILY NW PAPER . .
hone to Gainesvlle about the l1th la. b -t for
Thea will be a meeting of the rail- stea to real for two or three Peserviar fn l .inaa te
Md oameioaes of the of matbhl In order to be near teo- epo a.plrepared Reveals the News and Factu Koverning
lt at oel Kisimee. Kiim- Stnctlo r ew of te roaid. wfl< ki o prosee. fa'i I okT ValUe.
mo, em be 19tht day of Deember. sow broadlnine the pei s of tie ltae
IS, ai lOo'elosk a. i.. to ooaelder from Galmeavill to Jetersos and from Dislsed Ice C lmapy, Studies underlying causes of Market
tIe applliaoioe of patis of tbe Flor- Defllmot to Monroe, ad also the ex- a. a I UVtosIO ar..u .r.. t. r~orws MoVmOltAs.
MId MNMId baeb of the Atlanatle tmeste of the road frm JeferseeO to - vw s n c ai
Oeass u n. ra fo.ed for a sss, i M.hes. co.struetie ge, are now T ALCtIA ICR W TPA Reviews, analyze and criticlewl lailrod
gag S ek gi hte.r shipplag fael. at wort, a the roa.d, and the work will aj s,h i. and Industral report,.
itie0e0r the Flori Midland bah be pshe rapdly to empletiom. Will ale, put up a y thi sh r Has oOmplete tables of Earnilng of
6 the Atlastl O Inest as .ail..ad. -pre.e.m Leave orden istither plem. D .l -
-rsther of P Ho I 06 n*P oute I. a rr'rwI
-.InuTo. To".. Doc ft of ek 9 Quotes w.-tivoi anti inactive Stumk-t miid
my use2Ued holer~ ofew May pc ofuptalAT **. MUUWSTUIO Bonds.
Priet afsmis Rarritis, .dedb~~
aOot .:Seadb b I at h2 at2 Hrre l... Lag." eis fb ms *Gs Reordrthe last aletW of Bondm and the
SW 46 rrnes aU,..mmmo, was.w V.. Mo Tm zebML Laos bs, eyieWld on Investments at th price
Up. Je Ishebe". M mby %is broher I. b eo L' ls DOepoVGe pPaa AM M, without chage, ifi0i'
mye"I.is me Aw. to me &thea6silt r menw was somUe miw go*. m mb a mm e leh"Awo in hu hrp nurlso
Of eke CbPJb lkvrim sorml gr Mop. a. C_ o__in_ Inv__tment_
o M N ? M*moooa d b r S b d e a*.j -, ba vh d lly mom 133 WALL B1'CET
lowrn m 3.3m. a. & X"J O AL Is b WW ~ If NBowlll Os La
ad ~ ~ b v"ih~ ieda hswe L*Grfm sad Pfomiymsslaw &Wip"rdtdgo t adeg ubesof t levt.
my bI~II P -is oftee bib". lagrippe, 155 E*me tbu 5amhMd&s
krr -wrJ -w I -~ vwwF.t~ 1t~ l
TM e oile of l lgripp
Th UES~ ~ s B~MW a pe USiome Is~.ile ragq-PC SLISIMID AILY UT-
"a am sm oo fboo n molod"as" pohmhr aife Md"
d ewsoms ab. Of t*Ib.. IA- ,. m Vs" .6Ik *.. Litt 9 DJONE8 k CO.,
IS Is iond~asas Som M" u. l M- -n"4 bud -S Usm aW1m rBUT
so 0 sb omu L beSSEI -u"h" h~ wdwro Ug ot op ba ius 3i U
andi f. Tee isft I*ppw aam oa us I s"M am --' VaU~m
Mibi --- isI-- -1- -II is 11 ad is (bIb= U
Mmam.s, Is K lowsopb Do f ftNWTORSIW 1 TNKWI WALL JOURNAL
We** Md is b IM..*4
T9E tbitiV SIUN:'I
1 NEW YOil( LETTER
Timely Suggestions For Holiday Shop-
pere-Vanlty Sage Completely Fur-
nihed-lereased Size in Shopping
kBgSlmtrt Leather and Pigskir
Gifts fr Meen.
By RENE DEVERAUX.
When one retllizen that 'hriltmas
With Its Interveinltg crop of blizzards
aId Uaowntormsi, Is lalrdely a month off
It is none too early to begln thinking
O( the holidays. In fact, even New
Workers, past n uaters In the art of
rmarhing,l are already buzzing .round
the holiday i(lsplays like blee In a rose
Each large department store has Its
own little wily methods Lo tempt the
unwary to part with their money, and
bypaths nttractlvely festooned with
Chrltmua decorations lure one to coun-
ters appropriately placarded "For Hol-
iday Gifts." And Indeed such counters
are veritable treasure houses, where
one fonds unlimited wuggestons, show-
ing admirable forethoughit on the part
of those who have the interest of their
patrons at heart as well as their own.
In au exclulsve shop in the vicinity
of the Waldorf Is an uncommonly at-
tractive "Christmas bag display,"
around w4lch at any hour of the day
last week might have been seen a
crosh of fashlenable shoPlers three
deep. Certaluly the extraordinary pos-
sblllties of leather were most smartly
:mphalssed bere, the collection of bags
being something to dream of.
In the construction and furnishing of
this seaon's shopping and vanlty bags
MoYELM In VN TY AR5HA AND UlFIA-
TmuR oPrmu alt LAMS
every whitm of fastidilou femininity
S has bewn antk'lotpatmL and not to the
extent of a lot of spmelo fiulling frireppry,
Mark you, for eiach little accssory is
t fadmiirutle workinin thip and extiel
Therswer moio nherea a umulpe'r of
haldrtnmn,. iwtIrs of volorwdl le'thaers--
rk'hi letirllles. wcn rNandl grtw'n. brought
ouit to Iiiitchl gcfwnp tof crrrt'sindlillii
colors, but tlt-i evu4r siege ut ilarck with
guild h el g111111 ue I *-IHAI limilnt l l lite II all
thil, i ami -oi, -14wi-re oii glitll out
A iparllmultirly Iliii ml-,nwie' iinlly bam
wax rn itIdw-ik Pond',i tgeneisim puir4 inhtr.
00118a. eeiiiieiiivtIlbii Iy ilI tedWl wili sk-itl
heecdle'.eIiw 'ithpi'n.' lomlwt ii tithamt' ca
ski*,sle.ad III 1hul1l Vitllult I p.14115'lolb'll
luhlde wemen a hltiiy 1 )nlr f 44 laorlu
glases iinv wi~l.' liA nd hamittidtaut-
rt. a pw4irl hnimllict l glove' fitutcmia-tic'r a
a tharmaitimi 1111k' 11 fc'ler fan with tr-
lois. m'lieil it hike.. I lie' brotwn tililmotle
f.A01rtb.'mm iaahiris tlt-iii'he'll itieks l'per
Ai lb ti u'eu 4twe cek'.tlia'ullltigt.imt
4A4114'r ll p i'.I fulur J'. e-.sIlk h1s1hag
W11re' i N 111141141, i 10141h1iMi 1 1i'li, ge.141
trlttim 'sl o"ma ah5in.,'ui alloti'4'teder puff
l ifilr 1111 11 1
Olice' iic4 c ,.lt litr Ilk)-
*%1 ) re -11'' Ill it I, t tii 'll lit, .
are' Iittm'd 1 lwh, .1i all hc eiicur lw ur
111111:11i' 111 -I p% *I. ir ll r.
Sl0111o Al iurl Ii.: l 11U..m I'. amIede
petv"Illim Ilw -.1.1 41 % 10A ilill1'a. hilt,
of ejeethilf- 1:1111-1 1-.'hi-N t il~ rve
jar bopr (,or w fi i .cri ci I % *c 'i. it
dlraw tup'over to sa 1'I-q. uitm.1"I it)
the still e-rem, wre rsong a nutuber o
emart ballet wl id t g I t* ft for
3 Piece Toilet Set $ 96
Unr &M F $10.00
Christmas Price 3
The opportunity of purchasing so hand-
some and serviceable a Christmas Gift
for so little money seldom presents itself
Only the immense purchasun power 0o
the Oigantle establishment of MACTY'S
the larpst Dry Gods sad Doeprt*
meat store the oeaotry, makes suck
olfferlns poselble. The toilet set here of.
feared is trpleal of the MACY method ot
pricing. It is an exact reproduction of an
expensive sterling sllver set, is heavlly
triple plated on high grade, hardened
Britannia meta. The set consists of e
beveled plate glass mirror 5 inches In
diameter, brush with rows penetratln
bristles, and comb T% Inches long. with
coarse and fine teeth. With ordinary care
this set will last for twenty years. II
you are not satisfied after purchasing that
It is all and more than we claim, we
cheerfully refund your money, as on all
goods purchased from us. And remember
you are dealing with MACY'I, a house.
hold, word for forty-eight years, a name
that stands for Reliability. Probity, Truth.
We itel move roo*s to ess thao
say eh store 1 the Us Hited states
and, qualityr ta emallty, we auder-
**l every other estre an the UIteod
Our Christmas Gifts Catalogue is
now ready for mailing and will be sent
free on request. Instead of racking
your brains In the selection of a sult-
able Christmas Gift, writq a postal
card NOW for our Catalogue. Con-
tains thousands of suggestions. Illus-
trated, with prices. of suitable holiday
gifts for namn, woman or child.' IT'
I H. MACY i CO.
nie'l l I t Itis In Inllother story. whli-li
will itiiii'e Inter.
On llt le cetllr im)liter of another rshlp
wer(it n ullnrilr or .'Xqulllte. shirt wHtlt
I'lttlrniis, e*ni'ih fokltl ami tt lhl Into a
tInit Niuinre IMx a triple lr lirgr than a
haliiilkerk.l lif I>x1. lhte Imittarris were'
ior new uwish fabrhistt, lnuiart blue and
green ,wticke-kl Iniadlran dainty snow.
ldroni otlil flaclr4le-Ils dealrns Mu al qualnt
lgrtlnra. 4,c1h IHIX otnlitalolli a walat
f ttltern. *
u'tntr rrind.lrr may have any question
rvi'.rtltinl rithlitn wr fa bricr answerd
w llhoiut 'htrK, by It.-nr -Dvcrrul. the
fI.hmon x**. it, b) *iNlreslmn-Rern D v.
trnUj, P. (o )lkx *te, Mndlson m uare.
New York. In.clolslg at mp for rply.)
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"llrry Duekwell. aged yearn,
chtked to death early leterday morn-
ing at his home in the preeeoe of his
wife and child. He eontreeted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to It. Yesterday moralag
he was els,d with a fit of coughing
which ert.tinurd for oine time. His
wife seat for a physician. but bfore
he ouild arrive another eoughing
swll eamne on and I)uekwrll died from
uauoecatioa.-St. Louis (lobe I[)emo
eral. Ioeember let. 1901 Ballard'L
Horehoiund t8rup would have saved
him c. LLOeand $1. Sold by W. M.
Millionirel Hermit albred to Deat
Waiw, N. T c. L,--1J O(tt11*
get. the bhe t e f alm
?------ .. ~yomaicg cosaty. wuo burae to 6; 4
W O E AK mj hs hosew~hift burnd to the
Indi~un He mwa s atetd to be
P E sorth a willies, IsmHs e w a d
W u F NE ato rf T40 Calell"g I Lth lW at
%l4,1Itatohoeim te t eo "Not
bsed and L s~alt cl~rths.kd he work trm am o erh
Wool) Of DOW jUALIYS4%we
aameed nmtietwomwith every of. ISteve. -
et. ham yj" S W erist of ST%' I'
WOOD pleasel" me a eali. :Fert Hert Fht
fcltl sWNI Wawi- s0l1ttinga' r 4Vadegted feed gd ma is the somm.
liTveriS we"d plowpup &4..kwoud jag b.. the bean.,
I*)LcFT YOU PATRtONA441t:.Irrapses it aw seemsauo pels
F.. C: orift pitattos. b. en ys bea iebbe
Whooj you is th w"y ow DubS. beOw a
,'?rurue. Sa- SMoowIU.I
I WY4.5W.9 -Ii#pu.
ty aego was Thursday night granted
a repite by GOvernor Terrell uatll
Dec 19. It order that the prisoa cow
miBtlo may Tave egsrtu ty to pa
epe hi aSaUo~etlO Sr ormutat
wum ri' /at ^ m4 ein y
ObabdiT s.. Dnw $-A aht
ies AM eMea d v at fgraed slesit
..imr alat Oft V befta e
,r M** -L L -
R 110, 1905
-~RS C.--: H.- BRO N
CLAY AMO mAON TOA iD TATL
Georgia ienaors bay that Coefirma.
tlon Is Certain.
Washington, Dec. 9.-The Georgia
senators are positive there will be no
trouble In securing the confirmation
of Distrot Attorney Carter Tate and
that without delay.
Senator Bacon is a member of the
udiciary committee, before which the
nomination goes, and he expects no
The probability is this nomination.
with others from the department ot
Jtatice, will be acted upon by the coa.
mittee at its meeting next Monday. It
ti plpable that the Republleans who
are criticlilng the appointment of Doem
ocrats will center their opposition upon
Franklin Laoe for interstate commerce
The Key That Unlocks the Door to
The men of eighty-fve and ninety
years of age are not the rotund well
fed, bot thin, spare men who live on a
slender diet. Be as careful as he will,
however, S a n past middle ege will
oeeoalonally eat too mauh or of some
article of food not suited to his sonsti-
tution, and will nee a dose of Cham.
berialn's Sfomebh and Liver Tablets to
cleanse and invigorate his stomaeh and
regulate bis liver and bowels. When
this is done there Is no reason why the
average man should not live to old
age. For sale by all druggists.
Two Shooting Affairs at StMmore.
d ttllmore, Oa., Dec. 9.-A druakeS
Snegro named Thompson became la-
volvod In a dispute with Deputy Mar-
shal L H. Mllaer, which resulted in
Milner shooting the aegro through the
thigh, after the negw had made ea
unrucoeafual attempt to hit Mllner with
brass knucks. The negro will rdeov-
or. Joe LUdler, a white man, aad
Richard tlls, a negro, had a dispute.
Idndleri apped his pistol trio at the
negro, but the plitol failed to fire The
negro, *ils, Bred ave times at Und-
lor, but failed to hit him. One of the
ballets went wild and hit FP. How-
an'r boy nl the knee, making a very
"I was mash afflicted with soiatie,"
writes Ed 0. Nod, lowaville, Sedgwick
Co Kan., "going about on crutohes
and eofferin a deal of pain. I wae
indued to try Ballard's 8aow Lian.
meant, whleh relieved me. I ued
three 0e bottles. It is the greatest
linlment I ever used. Have recom-
mended it to a number of perone.
All express themselves as being bene-
ited by It. I now walk without
erutehes, able to perform a great deal
of light labor on the farm." 2ce. 50c
and $1. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Does Not Affeot New Jerey.
Drunswlck, N. J., Dec. 9.-The new
ruling of the Pennsylvania and other
railways cutting of all paes will
have little effect within the limits of
New Jersey, In the opinion of an at-
torney of this city. Ia New Jersey the
right to ride free over all roads is
given to any army or state official.
This right. however, Is limited to the
travellas made necessary In the del-
charge of their official dutles.
Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years."
writes Mrs. Raymoad Ooaner of Shel-
too. Wauh., "and the doeton eould not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidaey Core
and the vry flret doe gave me relief
and I am now enred. I cannot say too
mueh for Foley's Kidey Oure." It
makes tie dlsuesed kidey0 sound so
they will eleaiae the poseon from
ite blood. Uales they do this 8ood
health is impossible. J.W. MeColloa
Nero QGet Respite.
Atlast. Dec. 9 -Qa the eve of his
uspected ex eeutior (r the murder of
hla wife. Melton Browa a Baker coua.
M1. 6. H. BROWNE,
Central City Bazar
Dry Goods, Notions,
Also RENAULT'S FAMOUS BREADS,
CAKES and PIES-Fresh
fer Patrerage 8lleCite
EL DORADO CAFE
Cleanllnest Is Ceokin a Feature.
Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
OYSTERS AND STEAKS
COFFEE the Best.
WEST SIDE SQUARE,
10t Ws Mane Street. 8.
GULF HAMMOCK HOTEL,
GULF HAMMOCK, FLA.
Paradise for Hunting and Fishing
This hotel is under new mmrasrment and
wlll op Octo ber. r r e winter. Beat
aooommodatioM. le boutlng tnoldago deer,
artr sad asma ame. KtooIsat fabsin and
boas for sooIhodlto of uests. udes
for batine sd parties.
For rate san soeommodtonsM addrem
MRSB tOULA THOMAS. Proprietr.
G* Oi RHAMMo. Lsr 0Co.. FLA.
Keep Your Head Clear
And your stomach free from Indl#en-
ton if you would be happy with your
family and ryor felow-man.
T'he urst thin o earth to fet a man'm sys
tem "out of whack" Is heavy. soggj bread.
whlh i oue by tseveralreMO: Irt. thbe
material may ot be ood: seood. the oook-
I amy be poor. Tbe toSour n the world
w% make the beaviet brad it properly
mixed or cooked. W Ua l THr BEST
r R aud our "loUr suit" Is knowlar bow to
W bake It. Our bread does not cost any
more tano home-made. ad an m ny Instances
It Is so moee more patabUe.
Pha 11. T. MeaLbr. Prop.
204 East Main St., S Gainesville. Fla.
All kinds of ootside and inside work
promptly and neatly executed.
PAPER HANGING and SIGN WRIT.- in D Men
ING a specsaly. Business Men,
Fruit and Truck Grower
L.J. BRlUBT, lter and Prepr,
One Tear.................. 1.00
slate iOse ........... 1
A handsomely illustrated maasine
votedd eepetally to the interees of
the truit ad vegetable grower of
A upeelal trial subseription of six
autha wibe at om rleept of a
ets. itmps akes
Legal Blanks on Short Notice.
The following letter from one of par
mail order eostomers is selfeplans-
Louleville, Ky., Feb. 27, W0.
H. H. MeCremy,
Iear Sir: Reoeived the priating
matter in doe time, and will y that
it is perfectly stisfaetory. I Ift the
envelope so much. Many dutnk for
your prompt atteuati in I11i1f order.
Mas. M. 0. O&9m .
V Send order to THE SN.
Nashville R. R. A
Beet Line to
Birml .ham, NMkvUtl, Memp ks,
KInvi- L oa vltt s hllaaatu,
St. Leal% Ckeis and all polemt
Wtrh and Wes Ito thrcalh rare.
OBly line operatiae through~ ** p-re
('ly ine opretine thmulh 0epT*
tfwe Fordsa to S. Louis wrt. td nir
Flmetdisingearewr,aIn t 'Oth
Through touries steepersn W ta.Ifur.
For Informalu So as to rrate to al!
1on No r8and W1 t. ch odalee and
,Iitfrneai..i MII oa or fnto
GEO. E. HERRING,
Mfh aMA i LL.
m wO qIM f td- sb. rFL. i
ALahora esnty iloy S 3,4Mar in
area, has 552 mls .5d S)gt
123heob, ft fpg t3
noun, E wiO ""* wd pro-
doatseay, 5--, n sepC
06W. 0rye, peIees, pbuap P.o
cans. snd all kinds c Yrpbel
6ainwiliI tkb Ceij S
Hastoono 4 hms bI
Awatr.t "rm I nIrue
vad IL seb
watoe ma -- rte
DR. DIzERE B. MORRIS,
Office over Marcus Endel's. Phone 7 b tM .
J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
Real Estate, Conveyancing and 0Ge.
eral Practice. All business proem
attended to. Office next door to B-1
office. GAIJNSIvLLJ, Fw oI.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Can sell your city property, (im-
proved and unimproved), phosphate,
trucking and farming lands. 8oed bhm
a list of what you offer for sale. I141
W. E. BAKER.
. SOLICITOR IN CHANERY....
GAINESVILLE, Alachua .o., FLA.
Office in Endel Block.
DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,
D E N T I S',
Over Dutton a Co's Bank. Gaianes e
DL GORDON B TISON,
Ofmee In Miller Law Excbhane;
THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & OIGA8I
JOHN IMENiES. Proprietor.
Isl-tI W. Bay st.. JacksooyUe. Pa.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Des'
fall to Sall on me when in Jakoavsill
Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy
. F o r...
4, -. ,-"
, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 10 1905
dK r A a i next few w teeo. Read the advertise- villa within the plt ryer. During the 0
ment for ftlrher panioulars. yellow fever period a Peaoeola i r Mfl.
SEnergetic worker everywhere to Ooroneaa was appointed a GIreek n.UVUl
Sdltributeci eollrn. samples and ad- spet'r, in charge of the Seabard Air
Wairen haa return d from a versising matter. Good pay. No can. Line between Jaeksoville ad Bald. THE
trip to Mioaaopy. vasing. Cooperative Adverlising wtb, and attended toll mattilr where
Beek of Roeeky Point was Company, New York. the people of his oontry Twre inter.
In the city jyestrdey. No matter what kind you've been ted. He is one o the mo.t prom --
Neel of MeIteeh was a bosi. buying or the price you pay, if Blue nea Gees in Florida and a gntlel
Ilisitort sqt sleity yesterday. Ribban lemon or vanilla extracts fail man of refnement a edu ation .
Mary Berkstrelser of Boehelle to please, your money refunded. Ask Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Oten of Ro-. t '
shopping ia the oily yesterday. for Blue Ribbon vanilla and say it ohelle were in theelty ye-terday. l'rof
o plain Owen is the *ielent prinepal of
e fiae lty aad country property plain. Martha Perry Institote ail reports the *... I. p
1l. 0. 0. Pedriek, Gainesville, John Torodesof Windsor was in the srhodl in O8e condition. .n eertain- 3 0,
city yesterday. Mr. Torodes owns a
meat will be given at the a hnlol house 3 10
le. eseo, the tracker of Rocky ne pinery at aWindsor and anticipates on the evening of Friday, D hoe ....
t, was trading in the city yeter a e income fro the ame in oh- on the eenein of Friday. Inemhpr 8
or year. He is eoltivating the choicest fr the ben d. 8
S~.To on varieties. The play, *Ool in the Strte:," a very ...... 8
2E. M. Thomas of Starke was among ve pretty little drasu, will be presented 4 (X
registered at the Magnolia yes- Warranty deed and mortgage blanks by local talent, after which suupplr wili 4 11)
rday. for sale at this offoe, the form used in be served as a moderate price. Fur- 4 15
,Mrs. R. A. Beeker left yesterday for Alachoa county which saves money in their particulars will be given later. 4 3
recording. $2 per hundred or 60e prr 4 t)
Jiacksonville, where she will vilst her do bAt the request.of the State .ttort iy, 01)
azsbmdban d. order. dawtf s a Hoo. Benj P. P. lhoon, r H. Ellis. o b Lv
' r. and Mrs. P. H. ClIatt of Taoom ,Tr member of the frm of Thomas A& 1)
r. anmon the visitors t h is aity Friends of Bloxham Dell will he EI!is, was sworn ln as a-itait State 6 f
r on the stors to tis aiy gratified to learn thai he has about re. attorney in the ae of the State vs. 1
r.eldl ay. covered from his recent severe illness. Fletcher Watson, eohrged with mur. 1 Ar
Mr. s ad Mr. J. Rusell of the Ec<__ The patient is now up, and will be en Wi
Mr.aln Ms. J. Rue l o the v g. The patient is now up, and will be en- der. This was quite a compliment to .....
hb Colony were among the vlsltor fabled to greet his friends upon the Mr. Ellis, as he is one of the youngest .... 4
this oity yesterday. streets in a day or two. members of the Oainesville bar. At.. .....
Oedrie Smith of Wacahoota, son of Frank MeDavid and son, Lonnie, torney Calhoun remarked to a group......
M. Smith, is in the city on a visit to were in the city from Monteocha yes. of friends that WI. Ellis was a very ........ 8 a
r. and Mrs. 0. C. Pedriek. terday. Mr..MeDavid purchased from competent young man, and would ...... .r A M
Sam Leonard, representing the South- O. Pedriek a fine two-horse wagon make a fine lawyer with experience.
ra Fruit and Produee0Oorpany, Jack- of his own manufacture. He also made Dr. apd Mrs. F. D. Kalbaugh of Pied. Trains 8 an
oville, is spending Sunday with his a purchase of a pair of flne mules. month, W. Va.,*spet Friday and part L. E AHRKER.
mother here. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Oarter of Boon- of Saturday in this eity as the guests -
The gentleman who got a pair of ville. Ind., have arrived in the city and of Captain and Mrs. James M. raham,
es fine shoes at Marcos Endel's for expect to remain here for several days. They are recently married, and are on ]"JLte I .
Ohristmas present last year wants They are well pleased with Gainesville their wedding trip. Dr. Kalbaugh is a
another pair this year. and may decide to remain here for the prominent physiclan of Piedmont.
Baby thoes with soft soles in all col- winter, after having visited South while his wife is a leading society lady.
ora S6cents and 50 eents a pair. Florida. She visited this olty a few years ago as
Moeauins in all colors at 86 oents a His Honor Judge Mason yesterday Mrs. Jamison, during which she made
pair. Just In. L 0. Smith. issued marriage license to Dan Thom.r many friends. After spending a short
Robert 0. Davis, A. B. Shaw and B. as and Dinah Warren, Robert Jenkins time in New York, Dr. and Mrs. Kal.
F. Fisher of Old Town were In the city and Mabel Thomas, Willie Williams baugh will retuor to their West Vir- S = e" C
yesterday on business connected with and Mary Mango, Jones Jones and ginia home.
the United State land office. Carrie Davis, Flelher Wade and Ari- Among the visitors to (;nineIville is
Charles Hail* of Alaohua, one of lon Radall. Prof. J. 0. Kellom, formerly principal
the oldet and most widely known resi- Remember the rate to Jacksonville of the Gaineevllle Graded and High
death of the county, was a visitor to over the Seaboard on seoonat the Con. School but now holding the respon.
friends in this eity yesterday. federate Veterans' reunion. Tickets sible and lucrative position of serer
on sale December 12th and for the tary of the State Board of Control,
D. Melin of Ward OCty, one of the morning train of the 18th, good return- with headquarters in Tallahansee. Ne
most widely known horemen and lag December 15tkW, only *1.70 for the Prof. Kellum still calls tiainesvtlle his Ne tl',
traders In that section, was among the round trip. See Mr. Cobb. 5t home, and has many friends here who
visitors to Gaineille yeerday. Among tvel men who re are always glad to greet him. He ...
Among the traveling men who are
Ferdisand Bayer left yesterday for spending OSunday In the city are Chas. could not enlighten them much on the l 0
OsTal, where he will be in attendanee H. Obrispin, representing Robert University situatllo, however, as he is
at theanoal eonferenee of the N. E. Johns, crockery, Chicago, and H. J. as much "in the dark" as anyone else
Ohnreb, Sooth, until its adjournment MeOoe of the American Steel and on the matter at present.
Today. Wire Compay., New York. They are Jack Day and Joseph Jones, who Locl Time
Doa't wait till Christmas morning registered at the Brown Hone. have been employed in the paint shop
to buy your wife a preent, but go to he older Rle Bottln Works re of the Oaiueville and Gulf railway oin souTN.100D-
bh asd see his line of Sterling ll. this city for the past month. left yes. ---
now comfortably looted ia their new rd P,,
er tableware fresh from the factory. hterday for High Sprint, wh ere they y
0. smith will spend ndy. Mr. Day. who is a
s recently built espeel lly for them. Th ued ploy f the Atlnt Ca
0. W. Hyde calls attention in this arrangement of the bnulding is very Line esope, was ihean.d" to the
oe to the feet that he still has 10,000 oovnlent for the purpose, with the Line sl d (f foreman.
Gainesolle and (Gnlf as a foreman, 1 i"
Stof dry goods, shoe, ee.. at his reoslt.that the work may now be ex- and hats l ied out three ha odme an
blishment to be sold during the pdiaediad. and hea tohed olt thr hanow in e
"jobe" on soaehe. le Is now on the
We are in a position to fornish firs- fourth, whih will leave the shows
elaA bean, eake and lettnee hampers, some time during the eominig week 8 11
a P ER A I E so cabbage and eanatloupe rate Mr. Day is a eoah painter of ability. a
promptly at reasonable pries, and W. W Ahle n r, Mrs lis
guarantee prompt shipment on all thw th. nowplaan -
rt. Shiprbeth Smith. re now plesantly donl ) .
O ao. Wi on Man. iled at the Harrison home, corner No0 sn
8. A. L. railroads. Williston Mans.%-
S?. Oak avenue end E. Orange street lo ,.
*a y CU d] where they wtfl be at borne to their E i,
There are several old Osinestille fa* friends as soon as they ean get their *e n F
l lorite In the Grat Barlow Minstrels, furniture straightt Mr. Ashley, who u6S w
BHEAT BARLO W and there are uasy aew lights of the bha been aossiate editor of The Nun
i borit oork profesloa that make Maa* for the put year. csme from Eton t p
RTI E* L 8 eager Coburn's party otte of the best on Rapidu. Mieb.,anl s so well pleased em
i 5Lhe Iroad. If you want to get a nat, that he lndueed his rleter, Mnr. SImilh. 55
*yo had better be on hbnd early Mon. to become a permanent rmident ales a
&&. lUU. Owner SWU. mday morning at Avera's, as the sale ia They will be gIldly welcomed a. ali
T1r0IIG NEW TIII I SIA already quite large. I(aasof OsleG**111 and it ib to be
(KLettesmal rtr l'o lb l Probably the Irlargt turkey ever h(ped tht Ihey w,, caulisoe to be
Bg brought to this market was a thirty. ple se,
9oepouoder, whibh was brought sto.L WtleV O 60 o 6 I1' o, I O',
Ins fter e. to- store o 0.. Menrkast A Co. yeeer. V Il..T of dl.ao f ).. i
erl *^sasCT i Abo a totnfl Ine of dollA4 fea1y goode s I
.gr.W ** i day by coloied lsu. Mr. inb fllklnd*l ll. fo X*N Iifl
s old the fowl to 1. J. 7. MeIl Tol, t s. anere |, nd
yof .1 kiads seett'lt for Xmas gifts
y 3 s e boses, tie sad glove eases, e.wel
rfrends at a CheWau dinner It Is
Efiv P F lg de4 pee men d br oght a lo es ., feaeyeloks. rte. A bg lie of [
mew embroidered lne easester pi*e.
"w ,e W h to oss se. Ju.S reo by e... J..R
IL ff. soWo hass pasreid erom bw all
SIMI"i DomS $be pow Sad ril hrebiefo, tcs. madle' pr" hlUh
ft NOWeimhI ub r Fau m ehg smomnerrw. mr. Was, o o ves sa w w
PARA= bueueshI Sooras asb Jasket, min Ia hsid E.lthi
Ijrn Amre l she p~mIowall paper The blab e. &u VM to M o" uw mg.
'.IM s bbe 0W. W. AM3A 026 oisbi. eamu. Mr. Sor es o~eo to ase tol $IeA; all meas. Ain. it VIE.
mshae the me seo of mandy, m. III!
haitG wool" qurtr At 9" r b As alarm of Ire pao temd in at
Gumyl own. 94n yerdsym'a wisu
~. ome ofMlmg nd ,meow o &*she Ees"tma mw She iOe
M is s T e b ea n 's Vrn 063 = m otw w jaI -6 w67 @ne w 61 s m. H I f m oar y sa nd
pusaet. Mr. Ssoe ho sow"" a emor bw W, L IOM&e OW aim.
Boardlag _c~Y ~J 1~ Tr
rdinern aw sodsow ssa.W woo ha ms )as wse hebwsole. 9be eof senams bog.
Jay Se11d bese B Fb Vkolem. The gag Ws einmd bt a q~e&W so amob
-~ft 084 40ly 10 woo so AW. bW ~ W bwe bewu ohnn a ae*
ow w. *..e MISe as 6- b~~b~gy WW a. Pat pm toe Ohifow so asShW mm Two______
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a S ~ p~ as*e Ulmms moofales
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le & Gulf Railway Company
FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
Time Table In effect September 24, 190K.
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....... rvine.................. .. .... ... 2 20
....... Dun ar an ....... ........ 2 10
.. routhelde..... ........ 2 06
....... H l km An . ........... ....... 2 0)
.... .. Lake 8tnrooton............1 66
. i... .M iannpy ....... ....... 1 40
... Taoma.. ...... 1 80
.. ..... Kirkwood.......... 1 2
....... Clyatt ......... .... .. I
.... h. oWa ot....... .......I 110
.. Ro'ky Polit .... .... 12 6
...... at'c vlle. .... ( i2 la V
........ Hllan ... .... > M, 66
........... 'y r ........ . (' 4 8b
............ G rahaml ........ 3. P 22
Hampon (ity ..... I I
Palaika, 4. R. & F. t
Ltke City, G. & F..
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....Valoeta, (. 8. F...
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41 0 U ~1 .
II1 30) a 1 240
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1 4 do not run between (iainesville and Fairfleld on Sundays.
(tnetral N(perintendpnt. J. F. HILL. Agent.
- SUN JOB OFFICEb
- Wori r. E eomted1.-
- and Artistically.
la East Coast Railway.
Card No. 62.
Corrected to Sept. ia5.
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A~~~ W? WER10 1lT
o IMPROVE .AD PRESERVE
..HADINE FAOE POWHE..
IN GBtILar ox OLYT.
SUPERIOR IN QUAI[TY.. BAMLMESS AS
TlAnINE Face Powder b eoapoused a*D
' purlied by S ISwLT DbMooTUIaD rPoc
Produce* a besutilfu. soft vvelr eoee.
whloh remains until wse E. Ld s l who
use Nadine raso P ofoe e e S e
sure the complezlo wa f rr amd Iove sts
close of tbe re6laur.' TNBIQALITIS UN-
EQUALEkD Buy ooe 0-oans peekage and If
you are not entirely att1 anosiy us. ad we
will v ompalny arwU To1 soIIy, T.
gold by tlla drUst or mal. Price
cena. Wbite. nee. t Brunette.
National ToiletCo., Paris, Tenn.
Sold in OGlneevflie by J. 8. Bodiford
A Co. and J. W. MeOoUum & Co.
S I _______________________________
NEWS OF CITY AND
Iatten of Genral Interat Gath-
ered byOur Rporter.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What Ha Happened and What li Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphe
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It n The Sun.
Overoans at Manase's.
Bun Industrial Edition 10 cents a
, Ldies' calling eards in latest styles
at Bon offie.
Planos carefully packed and drayed.
A. R. Harper.
Barlow's Minstrels at the opera
Up-to-date ties. Get the habit. Call
on L. J. Burkhim.
Lades' sweaters and faselnatore 4t
low prices. J. Manas.,
Walt cakes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
Edward Lewis of Alaohus was among
the visitors to this oity yesterday.
The best line of neckwear in the eity
or holiday gifts at Mareas Endel'e.
Chas. M. Dell of Hague was trans.
satin business In this city yesterday.
A E, Bommers and 8am Priee were
to the oity from High Spring yester.
Dorsey's Delight coffee was used at
the Woman's Guild Basaar Thursday
For sale, North Gaineeville, eight
lots, cheap. Rock road. August
F. M. Ramsey and R 8. Bradley of
Waoehoota were trading In the city
Sidney Iipuis and C. W. Stephens
of Alhuas were transacting business
In this city yesterday.
Barnard Hodgee of High Springs is
in the city on visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mn.. 0 C Hodgle.
Furnished room to rent on block ad.
joining quare. (entleman tenant
preferred. Apply at 8un office.
Eztr eoplieof the Indoutrlal Edi-
tion of The Sun for sale at Avera's and
Vidal's news stands at 10 cant*
For Rent-Two furnished fate, one
of four rooms and one of three room.
irM. Foster, Wi West Main street.
The musical part of the Barlow Min.
strels is an important feature. The
quartet mingling is a flin attraction.
Watch our advertieement this week.
We will show you hargins in furnal
ture each day. The S J. Thomas Co.
To svoid oelds, p.intminonia and the
manly ill that lhesh Is heir to, wear
Wright's health utderwear. sold by M.
John O('Nelll, a rPrgreosive trucker
of the Melotosh *etkio.n, was smoeil
the business siittrs to ;0Rinaeelle
Good drweeeor wear Kirschbaum
ouite, made of bet material. cut in
latest style, and sold at lowest price
by J Manae..
D ) lPowell ha returned from
Stark. and other points or tuineeem
onaeled with the flrm *'f l'uwell
DIoes's Furaoniue l'ollh to the inest
to the market Try it, and if not emta.
Id we will refund your moerjt The
8. Themo Ooanmpy.
Ies, we have a fie line of Itoves.
iheqab lebh. bmesk e. watehk obs.
etc.. r pohr bsband, brother, e*o or
best fagU a Oelamme Iitt Marrn
Kwri elrm fse
Far baJe teaeep*iMS-acre te aer
Oaseiites vft e- rced. Sity
headl m P. .Pdvo bea bee
if .yem5 ehose for somlfors 11
Get Chrtbit and New Year's cards
at TheSa 81 deS.
J. H. Dyew kieanopy was traneet-
lng bubehnelo this city yfeetrday.
Beetlilo of sweatrer in the city. Get
the habit. Call on L. J. Burkblm.
L. 0. OGray of High Sprinp was a
boselro veistor to this oity yesterday.
Mrs. R. M. Chamberlals of Taeeom
was visslag friends In this eit yester-
Waated-08.000 for a client. Secu-
rity $,008 lty and county real estate.
Time 8 years. J. A. Oarlisle.
Whrm ba6lkte for your bed make
your elomber sweet. Get the blank-
et at J. Manaese's and sleep at some.
We know what we know-what we
arsaylnag-when we tell youlDevoe's
Paint a the beet. The 8. J. Thoma
If you nod warm eletbhol, well
made, and something to stand wear,
there Io one cur enough place where
you eas boy It-at Mareou EaAel'e.
"How to Make Money to stocks."
Write for free copy and partlelpate in
big praflt. Bernstein &A company,
Stock Brokers, 8M0.,Broadway, New
T. B. Berilefellow ha returned to
bhs boe lt Jacksoenville, alter having
spent a coople of days among ihil old
friend here. He expressed himself as
belhg well pleased wih the advance-
moat of GaJnlevllae.
A. D. Willlameon, the clever travel-
lan representative of 0C. M Lewis,
wholesale groeer, Jacksonville, who
maikee hi ohodqaartere in this eity,
has returned from a seooeful trip to
polats In ooth Florida. He will spend
Then will be a meeting of the ex-
eoutive committee of the Library As.
sooeatlon, aleo a meeting of the library
committee of the Twentieth Oentory
Olob, at the library rooms. Law Ex.
ehang, Monday morning at I1 o'clock.
Mrs. A. Cololoogh, Chairman.
8. J. Burnett, who reelde on East
Union street, has a kumquat tree on
his lot that le a beratiafl sight. It ls
filled with frolt, and the dark green
leaves and golden fruit make it a novel
sight. The tfrit is highly primed for
proeerv Ias t has a vAry fne flavor.
The ladles of the Baptist hureh will
meet at the chreb h next Thursday, the
14th inst., at 2 b. m. for the purpose of
peaking a boxto be sent to the Or-
phabagest Aredia. Any article to be
contributed to th box by the Baptist
ladies or friends should be sent to the
chuorh on or before the hour named.
Ooutribution are earnestly solicited.
OrTHFR NEWS ITEMS ON PAGE 7
NaL Y!u R
CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH
D E C EMB E R
PUREST IAWT IAD!
INM Per et Pure.
A package of Davis' Beet Prepared
Pains msosals no adulteration Io any
form whatever, and when analysed the
outside whie and ilnts will show:
Old PNemImi 011d 100 pr PCre
01Pem s IN tt lai, Basi Cuarb
la, 00 per clt Pm N.
eltd Wlute Zllc, Otide, 100 per
Ineloding the necessary pure tlnting
oolon sad bess turpentine dryer. To
this we guarantee and affi our signs.
tare.-TUa H. B. DAvIr COMPAYr.
Bold by the Baird Hardware Corn
For fine clothing got the habit. Call
on L. J. Borkhim.
W. B. Phbfer has returned from a
business trip to Grove Park aid Jack-
John, Samuel and Taylor Crown of
Rocky Point were vilstors to this city
If you want everything up to now In
the senta' live get the habit. Bee
L. J. Burkhlm.
Ea GOoainville Property-Five deo
sirable lose for sale heap. Apply to
J. 8. Balley of Newberry and J. W.
Railey of Josesville were among the
vilstors to this aity yesterday.
Now is the time to order your Christ.
mas and New Year's eards. Fine line
of samples at The Sun office.
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chatberlain's Stomaeh and Liver
Tablets. For sale by all druggists.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
flee, 0e per dosen, $8 per hundred.
Cash must e company order. dawtf
The hat often gives tone to the man,
and the Howard hat, sold by Mareus
Endel, always gives satisfaetion to the
The Twentieth Century Clob will
meet in regular mseion at the home of
Mrs. W. M. Dale on Monday after-
noon at 2:80 o'elock.
R L. Barton of Roky Point. J. R.
Fester of Rochelle and F. D. Thaoma
of Moateooha were visitors to the
eouaty capital yesterday.
J. O. Hall* reruned yesterday from
Jaeksonville, wber be haa been for
the paut two or three daye on boinesas.
He left for his home aear Alasoho la
The regular weekly meting of Coea
ter Lode No. 11, 0. 0. F., will be
held In Mseoele Hall Monday evenagn,
at whieh there will be nmonlatloa of
oalers. A fall atetadaae e deItred.
Pode open at 7 :0 o'elook.
Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 1,. 180.
Dr. K. W. Hall.t B. Loais. Mo.-Dear
Sir a Dvits the pas year we hav*
sold oer ft. o4.ar Ga..e "Harll's
rties Ditewery" far kidMey and bled.
der treble oaiddeslai tlhtlie have
received a e0mlaait.
OQ. V AYs oanA Sos.
A TEXA WOOER.
o(e tma ble- oof Taa Wea
me. nea'sO at r silver, ma all
kdiec ned ble e useMbls, mens
J-d sm ibbews. aekmal m
lem e Mll a ~ WLahls of She oW.
mps id blMdde to bash mm ned
eBlIkdem. It matt mIYg Ag dBlmeh.
wY ylbeum usipl o 81U.
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(Firt corner South of P. 0.)
Fames COUtinetal Cedar Key Oysters. Drip Coffee. Western Meats. ir.
vie Umezelled. Open Early and Late.
S, JTHOMAS CO
of AllU a1s at
Brick, Lime, Cement,
Shingles, Nails, Locks,
pay you to got our
FU=E b &LAMA (KnI r.
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T. F. THOMAS
FULL LINE OF
md IION FCU.l
Wb'See our uampl.
Pernoal atisoo to au m sern s
thla itol I U uad telegraph e ert
prompt aleod to.
SAI8T1LLrE's I F I ITE
Alachua Pool Parlrs.
C. BaM, rnleM. *
e~do ~w. n~ --- LI-
Loeted i tshe Poner Blesh. sooth
-ry-re, **hn*elo M-dildmt*td
e swaem ta--.'.
save leor Igei eag* pmgggom ,
Ia rer. M.%wns a se low U
rJAw ea !.t
Has arrived I c as every-
Oe knows, the t b*inee
meth of the yar. We beekht
a Immemau e Ue f gw adslta
bie hr Ikemb er kstoms and
we wiM bet pesn to ban eer
vity and cmauey fMesb vidt
our stere md do Itltr nlag.
We alU eotnwe Is ell REa-
LIAUBLE GM at *ATt'l.
LIWe IUCn e ad we e .pen t
tomn o tm bw 6&i w
ul tU eMp a n ever.
We a4t n to take oar
WWA br H1 IM w Ind
mhk andm seev r IwwM d be
eearvl l aet dwe e itdt
go am TA"LU ETEI WF.