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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 13, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXII, NO. 264
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GAINE8VIILE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1905 TEN CENTS A WEEK


CHALLENGE WiLL B


ACCEPTED BY STRIKERS


Indications Point That Way In
Ruasian Troubles.

*GENERAL STRIKE TO BE ORDERED

iTerrible Storm Has Boon Ralood by
the arrest of Head of Workmen's
Council-editors Defy Law Forbid-
ding ODicuselo of Vital Questions.
St. Petersburg, Sunday, Dec. 10
(Morning), via Uydtkuhnen, East
Priauia, Dec. 11.-4%ere is every IndL
cation tht the government challenge
will be accepted and that within 48
bhors a general strike throughout Rus.
.la will be ordored. A terrible storm
h a been raised by the arrest of H.
rusteleff. the bead of the committee
.f the workmen's ouoncil, which was
A.ollowed durag the nght by the im-
prisonment of the workmen's council
and a number of Bocialistio leaders.
"The reaction has come." wowe the
words on every lp, and In the Liberal
-oxtremit camp there was only one
opinion, namely, that It must be re-
elated to the bitter end.
Editors to Defy Press Law.
Toe newspaper editors at yesterday
*evening's meeting decided ..i the
temporary press law forbli'.g the
-.discuston of vl'al questions acting
'the welfare of the nation violated the
principles of freedom of speech and
-cf.the press rgaranteer by the Irm
pirlal manilfes and that It must be
Adfled. ^-
Railroad Employes Strike.
The employes of tho Riga-Orel rail-
roanl have d,-lariw a strike on account
of the dcrlaraUron of martial law in
vonil, and have pent an appeal to
the :thor roads to J. Last night
the rallroad mn ofThe Baltic lines
decricd to follow the example of the
lga-Orel men.
Anarchy Prevails.
Absolute anarchy prevails. A mes-
-oeager who arrived here this morning
declared ti~at the streets of Riga were
Cowing with blood. After a meeting
the railroad men of Riga were moweJ
down by oe iAre of machine guns and
artillery. The railroad men of S. Pe-
teraburg solved that inasuch as
th reaction is galning force aad the
government is seeking to retrast wat
was won by the "Sart psa-Raslan
strike" the railroad meOn ad ready
to obey the lgnaso or a eiomral strke.
Bmmultaneomsly with the arrests
tere M. Droashllny and all the mem-
ber of the union of the employee of
.the poets and telgraph operators of
Moscow. with M. Kokhasowski at
S laterior Minister Durnov today 1s.
-woed a proclamatloo notifylg the poet
sad telegraph mrlboye that teetr fall-
wre to reurar to work wll be equila-
keat to their disekare.

SNew Areth he t bhD ApoeiL
New Ortolm, IA. 1. e .-4tigh
.-terI~ s of the dkore of New Ortem
*.41Y arriving here ltay a ossectlse
wth a meeting to b held to certify
do Rome worthy dMiM te t'ie
*meoesai to AreII Iop | appofle
uwo fell a vtcttI to yelw fever.
Shlsa OaUaaber of Oalvestm res h-
-44 here today sad win PaM oe o
hO tafserere, witrh will held at
dbe old Arcft*aopric beHaisag Tes.
_ 4. Three aames will be slated to
ho- torwar Iad to the emaur of
t( hpropamad asodk My be emnail
-Mak Ine o appetder t I af h


olo.pe to Se NeerJd
arasswtck. 4a. Des. It-The
..'otseeor '.. AnIsese Sowhb*es
Of bIlormese 51 ianhI seepeeems


m a we o so be on*
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WO SNM&to m t aftwm
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CAN PARALYZE 8tLF AT WILL.

Police Arrest Beggar Who Has Won.
derful Power.
Atla.ta, Dec. 11.-A "paralyzed'
.ran, who has been sitting and beg-
ging on the White all street viaduct
for the put two weeks, was suddenti
healed Saturday night when the police
took him in charge. He ran four
blocks with a pair of handcuffs on his
wrists and a dozen bottles of beer in
his pockets.
This wonderful beggar, who gave his
name as Robert F. Barri., l possessed
of a power to disjoint his wrists and
fingers and at the same time to make
the muscles of his face writhe with
all the contortions of a paralytic.
When acting naturally he is a strong.
able-bodied young man; but when he
chooses to paralyze himself he be-
comes a most abject and wretched.
specimen of humanlty.
All he has to do to transform him
self from an able-bodied man to a
paralytic sl to give his hands a wring.
twist up his legs into knots and let
his jaw drop. His features become
hose of a babbling idiot, and he is
not only paralysed In his limbs. bur
he seems scarcely able to talk.
The mnn is a shrewd sharp fellow
and enjoys telling how he duped the
people by playing the role of a para-
lytic.
He says his home is In Sunny, Tenn.,
and claims to have been a sailor.

URGE HIGH PRICEd FOR YARN.

No Neessty of Any Decline From
Phrj, Says the Secretary.
CharI. N. C., Dec. 11.-Secretary
A. C. Huhtnson has sent the follow-
ing telegram to each member of toe
Soft Yar Spinners' association:
j. view of the fact that the market
la r i of stocks of hmlery yarns, and
t~at the demand Is unprecedented and
dellVerles hard to get, you are earnest.
ly request to hold prices. There la
o necessity whatever of any decline
from the highest prloes you have ob-
tained the present season. You can
get the price If you will ask for It"
Mr. Hutchlason announces taat a
meeting of the Soft Yarn Spinnere will
be called some time daring January in
CJarlotte or Atlanta.

Torpedo Doet In Chaereetm.
Ctarleston. 8. C., Dec. 12.-United
tRates torpedo boats Porter. Mgpow.
oil. RoJgers. Johnson. Blakely. Ootne.
nay and Dupont has arrived here from
Morbead City to Jola Admiral Dck-
Ins' coast defense squadrma water~
la this port. They reported eemos
weather, but suffered so daas a or,
delay. The motors Arkasras, Flort
da and Nevada, of te f qe droa mow
out on a cruise, will return Mooda
or Tuesday.

Enin.eor to Meet Thie Week.
tratlngam. Ala, Dee. 13.-TBe as.
Mnal eoaventko a toe aglasrlamS
Aaoelatlon of the Soth will be Bel
la BsrlaIgham oest Friay aad a'r.
day. Dec. 16 and 16. AAfa thbo
tarted to deliver addreIsse are L. W.
BaS1 editor of Ite AeHoerald.;
OGmoal aufas N. Rhods, o-med vis.
pIreiost of the solMtedu P ro;
H e Ward and Heater ceOomald,
l1 e-fter of the Na BeS Cha,
tee- usad Ut. LIoot raUMd

Negro Suon to oet
btienm. Ge. Dee. 18.-4-sday
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"SEND USi ELP


FROM IAYWHERE"


Stated Messag. From Leaking
Lightahkp.

WIRELEM" SYSTEM IS CRIPPLED

So Rapidly Did Wator Come In That,
Although Pumt Were Kept Busy,
the Fire Rooma Were Flooded and
Fire Extingulahed


CONSTABLE KILLED AT DANCE.

Requested Young Men to Fight Fair,
When One Shoots Him.
StWathum. Ga., Dec. 12.-Joun W.
Haynle of t.ilu pikce ta kthld a ,%tu
day night about 9 o'clock by (')l,
Hunter at a dance at J. F. Dl)antls,
about 5 miles from Statham. From r.'
ports received of the affair, it seem..
that Hunter and Will Edgar were tigh:.
Ing, hbon Haynle requested Edgar, hia
friend, to fight Hunter fairly, which.
request was complied wita. Hunter
theu turned and shot Haynie, killing
.lim almost instantly. Mr. llaynie
was a constable of this district. Ali
of the parties mentioned are young
men.
Unritar vjkn r~~if m.0n0vso


Newport, R. L, Dec. 12. --A hu in -l terr, vu mt.w ,i ttI tlr
laed msstage seat ju: t tt.re. t.e committing the crime and in now at
batteries are auppoe.d to u've be- large. Hunter il about 6 ftet hkgh.
come exhausted, alge here by wire. weighs about 16 pounds, uge ablot
less from the Nt eatuckt iight.hil e ar- 27, slundeo built, red complexion, ears
ly tolay, asking for Hp t on anylit his hat pulled down over his eyel and
where." The a age ws tmd at has all to appearances of a plain
2 a. m., pnd was ans wolloA: countryman. Before hooting llaynl,'
2Na.ntc mt nd walu gollo th: i uter cut ltgar several gas.s,
"Nantacket shois. lpntMhip 10
t though the wounds are not serious.
distress, Se lp from A ward for Hunter's arrest i lli prub
Here the meeg broke off ably be offered.
At the IghtahiLa' design tnclludcs
water tight compartments Into segve YOUTHFUL MURDERER IN JAIL.
her In j)ust suh eases of stnrun as she
is now in, the lighthouse official de- y o lvn lw thr, Who
clare that there will b little diffiulty Wa Aged Only Eight.
on the part of hr WMew afloat until aid Htwll. a. c. l3.-O nerlf Moo.
can reach her, '(e lightinotw e tender HartwellGaDecI.-srifMon.
roe Khed how hs In ala cutody tih,,
cn rea, which left New lku terd a e K w h y t.
Youngest prisoner tha has ever bean
7:30 o'clock last nliht, should reach plced behind the walls of Hart cocun
the violnity O& the lightshli during ty Jail sitne his expertnIee a lthe'
this afternoon. sheriff of Hat county.
The Hist left theo sval training ta. lonnle Lewis. a white lad 11 yers
tlon, under orJers to make the best old, who resides with his mar, nts on
ponlble speed to tIp llhtsthp the pilantatlon uf John it. (;Galnea In
The distance she # I i1,l to cover lober Hlrt county. ley bi hl,other,
Is about 97 miles. The. lIak In tII iHoyl lewls, th,. morning after Trhunks
lightshlp's hull, wail ntl t deflitely tivlng. The ,-) klled as on ly %
located. according to tI', latest mes. years olt Tihe killing wa( done th
aage was apparently Just alove> teit a breach loading shoit.n un, the le 1I
fire room plates. &, rapidly dll the entorel the bo)' e I)al jiuet alixvc t.je
water come in, although the pImpfi right ear, taki 4,1 a! o ot ction of the,
were kept constantly at work, that Iead, maklng a frlghtful wtlndl
late yesterday afternoon the fire room YoUng l wis was arrerste,'l and t n
was flooded am tr;e' fresh hnad bn s bnbeen confined. It Jail IIo .ee-
tlnnlahde4. Wri:,',a Nornmunlcallon not e'tm to appreorlase thelh I,'normlty
then eased and I'w su Slppl)xed that (i the rrlnim which has Itn Ih.IKil
nothing further ,Ahuld he near dl .against hlm i y I,, officers f,,tlaw
rectly from the \~~el, am tlhe dC>n Iit Is underte(r that lie will clalm
moe probably habl lven out. I t was an aerrldlent In an .or to a
early today, ho, ver, caine to grief question the boy reoplel that he w.rimi
an apparently unflnlshejd A.A*naKge. lot stay In jail lot a~s "they we.re
again asknlg for I l. This lime It Is go g to sInd hilm st yondler"
thought the wire en s system must
have become -inpletely crippled! RAWLINOI CARRIED TO CAMP.
The wtad shlirted to northwest la: W
yesterday and th. had the effect of Wants lntence Changed oe He May
oauslai the greit seas to moderate Die With Relativese
oomeldemrbly, so Itht lees ailety was Valdosta. Gia, Do 12.--Leonard
Mt here' this for' IooB for the light Rawlings, who was recently seateeed
Jip'l safety. by Jdge Mitchell to the penltetllary
On bovd the I:btahblp are (Oaan for IIfe for his compirltiy la the mur-
eorgelseq of I ral. al Mase.. om' der of the carterr chlldren. was Suu.
masdi g, two enioaers, throe naval day carried to a stat eoo tet eamp
bleetrztaan operating the wireless ap at Rabeoeh. Os.
paMatu and elght *aoei Tre parting betya the yousa man
-- lsad his maot wr, al sister at Ute rail
IngMior Dead; CoeeIer way station was very 4afesag Tourna
Lt0rsae. Ga lC. I.-Quite G* &Rawllags bes atti44 Ualtalsed that
riss 1 eideMI M appsed 8.r '.*>, he would rather be ha"al thab to
mnorIn oe thie -rading wheb th t 1. Aere a llfe setaooe lad requested
tag eeM through 'bis aity or the At- one of his atteras to try and have
lIata. btlrtashan., aid Aiastle rail his seatrseo oppe d ao the he smiK:lt
red. Te eontra, ''or tr PIradig Bem- bemasem with his father and broth
iw two mail Jummy esstee to hael o
the dump ears. w alI ie be edi by
e -see shovel On O theeo da. Imveelling Home Life.
my esteo thrst oer t 4eOOt e -a Naw fYor. Doe I1-As la itWeig
bhaimmo and rIlld dow M teh o-* Uo of the Il Io a fe luaursar c,,m.
bkamet TThe rIngi r, Prip res fmy of Nw Yor was tiake p by
iter, -- eaot J4*r tl downy a -" oe ltoglet rte lasaetse lvestsgating
Oe uaWl badly W ra d4o beoeo a ahart- s *-tot today The rat itteees
a rib bof from wb sh heo Mi ad -. 1 as Orae 1 Id, prnel )dest of
ay. The Moa S'*r. iM Umy' lsr. tho- py,. r IJ L eeM o a ai e
oaped l with I** aesrtse., theag e nvaests"es hs roaspear ivs so
both I ak ai. skIVawe "sbrek. a to k4 aer. bet as
i- --- some of tse trials of as
Trn jllj M ,espIy y bare rwlved Ma

MeU, 0 f. Dew It0la W af ao eft I oW pele Aos te mid
am 1140W S e is Al. hk 00DWY 16 his w a o ras a POW" Of
60 OVAme wa SAW 1t s It e -no **&r 10 a erk who we -**

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a s i f tIs *M isel m a Itk -t bw w sia to MU erl
Mae agesr as SEeL ase -
am& t I-, 4'. d -.
111g1V 1 Allilgg"01 t111 te Atl' OF% asM a .l
Vers De th@ l seaessd hs ahes *@ Set e teau44 galwgemy a S~papdeemtu aereag an
aggng..IeWhiA Iesa as ,er tt ar oepa


FEDERAL CONTROL


OVER INSURANCE


Novel Method Proposed in Bill
Introduced,,

PUBLICITY IS THING RKQLNID

Authorizes Department Commerce and
Labor to Require Full Statements
From Insurance Companies Doing
Business In Jurisdiction.
Washihngton, Lec, 12 -- A novel
nMttt.Nod of usekiag ftederai controll ov.er
Insurance Is proposed in a bill iutro
ductd today by Represeutative F'rl
Landis of indiana. T.ie bill citeM that
camgroe has exclusive jurisdiction
ovui the, D)Itrlct of Ouhimbla the ter
ritorlee and Insular posoasslo of the
United Stat is, In consequence of which
authority Is xlven the department of
onimmer'e iind labor to require full
tatnementi: fr in all Insurance coam-
panies doing hitalnens within auob 11.
rlsdlct'lt* HIe stata that publloltl
Is the onep thing required and that no
lun.irnre complrny can afford to quL.
Lively Tilt in the House.
A lively lilt torcurred In the house
junt lWfore adjournment between IA-
nuier of rliorlda and1 the minority lead
er. Mr. Willlams. regarding committee
notIgnjnlnta. Mr. Lamar sought to
ihiSc (,o,,.ctedw In the Interest of flnmocratle
hanrtiny, .'ffertlveness and gortl will
Ie' w;% at lonce challeanpge to cnll a
lk-ni wu.-rlr Ic atcIi for tonnrrow. hut
dc-elI>, .., to rMmilt himself on the
Rroilil t imt the h blui WPr no place
fir I)t'nimernts In wash thier linen for
lil r H, ri ,te'n nt nf r eI pul llcan.. Mr
I fnnr aii tnkli' off th,, 'nnimnllt e an
Int'r"itnt, anRl forlrMn cfmmerte.
Senate Receivee Imergenoy B111.
\'WhenI llt' MVIatsA ouuvenul today a
iinlat'A., as trt 'i-ilvd (roum tli< house
ltraisiullttliM thiu *1isu 'iisiiney bill ap
propi al li i l ,11I,0.tJi. to I ad in Lhe'
(onittiruiclin of li I 'ainast canal.

THINK THIY HAVE 10 CATCH.

Pellce Confident They Have Broken
Up Counterfeit Gang.
IuA Angel.s, (0'ii, i)c l 1.--ln t3o
arrest yeovittday f rrank Weller.
alias Wlltler, *lt,I Jo.rh ('eturu. alias
lawreew,, by I'titei 4l Itati e oret
ServI"e Agent C('rmnlt and oSee~
from theC ('rintral olie station, It i
believed tha' one of Irle moothb t
gang4 of roeunirrfort.rs that has oer
at4d on trhl i'arilnr rolaL fur yera
was hbrokn up Hrlh the prilear
a quantity f iprashernsalia wa oAe-
flera',tl and a *umetent evideieeO i
sai t(' I,, i.'r ssl by the oloere
to permit iprosetutioh of tl
charl. T.i nmrn, u'- ullred to eave
ben operatinSg in IAM Anl tlsc. fM
"reanclai, (Mkilau ed nd a ntamber Of
Ca('lllforn ri-les for several moot.s
past. flooding 11W roast with btgus
bills Th*y have t*oe tUadar *Far
leset for some time
T e raislna of |I bills to te de
0lneula,oa, f |S and $10 t aeaU to
have teoo the prtaclpal nreupetio of
the enaterfeiters

kgtM. Loig Teom lI Pe.
IMIaeo r Is-Al-o- J.
WhiteMm, c<>t itedj Ut detraedtog
the PUllty, Tr ~t aopns y of Utl
myt y ga aa f forged sad raised
per was tase, In Aamhre prtk t
day is begis **r 'rr nf cpt yer| -
In*le mth

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Tisemt. N J. Dee lIS-AS 1s beoe
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R ECOMWICTS WERE

TAKEN OFF TO 'CAMP


There Were Twenty
Men for State and


Convicted
County.


HENRY AND WATSON DETAINED


They Will be Held Pending Decision of
Appeal to Supreme Court, in Which
Attorneys Have Forty Days to Pre.
pare Briefs in Cases.
S* 1 e about the crurt hoi,'l. orri-
b de Monday remniinrilel i te ,
b. t week' isedion.o of the fall trm n of
!'). ibeoironiteourt, which attracted lIrge
orowds, and which adjoiurind Saturday
S night. TIe occasion was the prerc -ti
+., of thirteen county prisoners and s0ve4s
S unfortunate convicted at the fail
S term of the court ard sentrnced to
State prison
The convicted prisoners were
brought from the jail to the court
\ house, a distance of six block, just be-
1 fore noon, preparatory to the deplar-
7 tore of the noon trains for their re-
spective assignments. The State piris.
S oners were chained in one "birih"
g under command of State Trainfer
Agent T. E. Bridges of O(cala, to wiii*h
place they will be taken and dintrib-
; ed to vario')u lesee of State con.
vietl, while the prisons for the Chase
navll stores farm, Fairbanks, were in
S charge of Superintendent D, E. (Gnd-
wia of the farm. They were also
S bound I chains, and aq the procesoiOni
S advanced it attracted a larie number
S of urious people of all ages and uizes,
S which followed it to the temple of Jou-


I


A QUESTION OF COST.
In any number of stores
you'll see various prepara-
tions of cod liver oil at as
many different prices. You'll
wonder, perhaps, why Scott's
Enmulsion costs more than
some other kind in as large
a bottle. Hearing only one
side of the question you may
be led into buying the "just
as good as Scoti's" at the
lower price. That's false
economy. Scott's Emulsion
costs more because its more
expensive to make. Every
ingredient is tested and guar-
anteed of the purest quality.
No adulteration, no shaving
(,f quality. There's no econ-
(,my in bargain medicine. If
)you can afford to experiment
with your health, substitutes
may satisfy you. We take it,
however, that you want a
pure preparation, a reliable
remc-!y and something that's
going to help you. That's
what you get in Scott's
Emulsion. Thirty years the
standard..
SCOTT & IOWWN, 4o Pearl St., New oYet.

ISLAND GROVE NEWS.


MOlN'OsH _MINpas.
Deth of Onoof the Oldet Redente ,
Peensnal and Church Matter.


3leCnloth, Dneember 11.-J. T. Pete
tejy, one of l Intoah's oldesa reel
desat, died re Friday e'enig at 7
o'clokl asld wa buried Ieuterdy at
the Molotomh cemetery. The funeral
was preached at the Christian ehuroh
by Rev. 8am J. White. Mr. Pesteys had
been an invalid for many years and
was a great sfferer from Injurief rin
eetred *hirty or more years ago by
beino crushed between two saw log.
Being an excellent citizen he will be
missed in the community by his mary
friends here.
W. M. Gist and his wife and Mrs. J.
A Flewell and Miss Alice Migpe have
retuored from Ocala, where they have
been atteadilo the Methcdlet confer-
ence.
The Presbyterians gave an oyster
supper Friday n ght for the benefit of
the church and it was well oUteded by
everybody and netted beyond their ex-
Spectationi.
LaGrippe nd Pneumonia.
Pneumonia o en fojews lagrippe,
but never follows the ose of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cures lagrippe,
coughs and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of.
fered. Mr. G. Vacher, 167 Osgood
street, Oblcago. writes: "My wife had
* ever cae of lagrippe three years
agoiand it left her with a terrible
cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Hnney and Tar and it gave imtpdiate
relief. A 60 cent bottle cored her oogh
entirely." Refust substitutes. J. W.
MeCollum & Company.


Sthe prisoner with the exception Fruit and vegetable Crops-Schools Calico Carnival and Box Social.
ol one, A. J. Whittey, a heeomotive en. Prospering-Locals and Personals. Consider yourself cordially invited to
glneer who was convicted of larceny Island Grove, Dec. 9.---(Delayed)- be prment at the.eorrectly constructed
and snenened to eighteen months In There has been twenty-five hundred and coasiderably combined Oaleo Oar-
State prison, were colored. Whittey, crates of beans anl letoeue chipped nival and Box Social to be given by the
who was formerly an engineer on the from here this season, and only a mall Junior B. Y. P. U. next Friday even-
Beaboard Air Line, was arrested for part of the lettuce crop has been in at the opera house. bltginning at 7
the lareony of a sult of clothrl from a shipped o'clock. Admission free.
room-mate at Waldo. More than two thousand boxes of All ladies are requested to wear a
The State prisoners are as follows: orangri. hrve been shipped, and it li ealler dress and to bring a box con-
State vs. Robert Cook, rape, State estimated that tlere will tbe ten thou* talnini lunch for two and hercard. All
prison for life; State vs. A. J. Whit- sand more to ship. The fruit is of the gentIo men are requested to wear acal-
eyf larceny, eighteen months; State choicest quality The groves around iso tie.
vs. A. Bryant, larceny, ove years Island (rove have been said to be the Fines will be imposed for the follow-
State v. A Bryant, larceny, (second iiest itS the State. inR: Any lady not wearing a calico
eooat) ive years; State vs. John H. Miss JeCpie Call, who is teaching at dress, ten oenta; any gentleman who
reen, murder, life; State vs. Charley IRddick. spent a few days in Island fails to wear a calico tie, ten cents.
Williams, breaking and entering, firl, ULrove the past week. The lunches will be auctioned off to
Yar Mrs. J. It. Shaw and Mrs. Wright the hiMhest bidder, the purehasershar-
James Henry and Fletcher W'atson, are in (Ocals attendli.g the aunual M. ing with the lady whoae card is found
eonvicted of murder in the first de. E. ('lonferen'e.. in the box. Other light refreshments
gre and recommended to meroy, were Lester l.araber, one of our boys, was will be served during the evening.
detained in prison here, pending the callld to Jaoksonville a few days ago Come and bring your friends.
ncailons for appeal, in which the attor. to accept a position as stenographer --
neys have forty dlys to prepare lnd typewriter Tortureof a Preacher.
briefs, etc. J.. Whistler has returned to Island The story of the torture of Iev 0.
Tbhoe sentenced to the county gang (ir,,v. i )lritr the summer MNr. I). Moore, pastor of the Baptit church
were: State vs. J. Shed, selling li. Whistlr visited Ottawa, Canada, and of Harpersville, N. Y., will interest
qoor in dry county, *.X) oir li other Northeirn elties. He has bee t you. He says: "I suffered agonies,
months Sate vs. Judge Knight. siell. PI,'dntin" a few weeks In Jalksonville. because of a persistent cough, result.
Inl liquor in dry county, $*i) or onne where he is interested in business. ing from the grip. I had tosleep sit.
year; State vs. Dan Edwards, .-.lliIng A.riiour r.rce. who is attending the ting up in bod I tried many rem.
liquor lu dry county, three '.nit, uthierlnnd Inslttute, is expected dies without relief until I took Dr.
first count 6tR) or one year, reondl hme in a few days to spend the holi. Klni''s New Dilsovery for Consamp-
and third counts $1 and costs in eaiir days wilt his parents. tion, Coughs and Colds, whehe entirely
count ; State vs. Will Brown, selling ( tir school is pr3gressing nicely un- Iuifred Imy cough al sPaved, me from
liquor in dry county, $26 and costs or Id'r tle supervision of J. C. Adkins, coumtilptioi." A grand oure for di-
sixty dlas; Statpe v. Jerry Carter, Fa ne l Mi,'-il and Ora Adkins. Our eased conditions of throat and longs.
selling l.ilnor in dry county, Ii or enrollneii is 06 aid the average isI At all druggists; price 0W and 1i 00,
four months, Sjtaite v. Andrew Mo n '"'r tihn 90 per cent of the e roll-, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Dutle. i'.IllIKg Iluior in dry county, "si"tt We are hadly In need of an ad- ---
$L or four in,.ia the; State vs. John 1 tlls uild lihg d we hope to have Chrsltmra Hollday Rates.
Holines.. allinuig ip:i,)r it dry coiinty. "i111 bri li re tiolhe rerm btegini. The Atlantic Coast Lie., to rive ev.
160 or sixty iday State v. S T Moul. An ei *nterrameiit and oyster supper ery one an opportunity to vislt their
ton. selling lqui,'r in dry county. 50 will hit' 'nvei" at the AllI oiain on the homes and friends, will sell tickets ae.
orsaityday.; State vi. Jtamesl McNeal, tevenintlg lf lh.embel-'2*2. 96., for the :'ont of the Christtmas holidays be-
selling iluiior in dry conirty. (*'- 1 or .et*'eti' nf our e htmil 4All are cord al- tween all points at one and one-third
six month,; Statea v4 C'harty ll I't.rts. ly irilted to attend 'fares plui twenty-flve (1) eenas for
selling Inloir in dry c unity. ,w the around trip. This tieaeta will be
count is, tirst .oiut ) ,,r oi iar, HRmarkable Cure. on sale DeceImbr eIM. S 244th. 3lth,
second coitat $1 land (c't0. State re. 'I was mioe' aflirted with acatica." .'lth, 31st and January let, flnal limit
Charlton \\ashingtoi, s.liii Ig hquMir in wrtlee Ed C Nud, towaville, Sedgeick of same January 4th.
dry county, $26 or msxty dty). state o Kati ig'oihi about on crutches For students and tem er sthes same
vs. Itorsey Ilolnis. rlliti II:,, r In al susuflerinug a deal of pain I was rate will apply with the eseeptioa
dryeounty, $ )or tfour tnuintth, iindlcid to itry allard's Snow Lini- thlt they will be on sale Dcesmber


THE BOARD OF CONTROL


Were in Session All Day and Late Into
Night but Nothing Doing.
rhe I,,it H rable HarJ of ("Con:r I was
to iseston I.arly all of Turueday an.d up
to a late hour l1\i4.day i hisit I'..t up lto
11 o'clock nIothing had tratispred
which could tl give out for p1.iliea-
toa0. It as undersritad. hiowtevr, tha
S thglanteL part df the saie has bren
do t ed to Lte cousaleration of various
ie blSloNdiae to the pIlan, and pI,.,-
Sg&leme *o Architet W . Edwars
Sof OltihmlIl. .. C ho i. :h the
11055d.
No Sidiae from theb Su~pruir Court
on u the BDekm bill matter
A GuarantS d Cure For Palea.
Itahig. biaed, bledtag. proIWduag
S piles. )DregUals as U sekeraed to re-
t o o m iu t JPA OINTMENT
afl en a ir lUM6 e 0o I


ment, hieh relieved Inte I used
three 60i bot t s. It s the greatest
imnimenot I ever uosd liave recom-
intelid.-l it to a nuntmber "f | PrMons.
ll %rxpres themnelvrcas btwinK lnle.
titrd by it I row walk without
eritechea. able to pTrftorm a great deal
of light la'or on the farm .!,k. 0W
and $1. Sold by W. Mi Johius,
Cit DOrectory For Sale
\Ve have a aumbn r of co;s- of
iurts' Ctty Direetry fr sale at The
Sun rite.. Is t a andy rrereVnie
tkok for buelnoru ai d irfe.iuoal
In,. giving the nani-. vi! resiJeas,
with stre and snatM tr Pries.


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BFOUTR SA.ILITJC^(S EACII WEE
IIETWEEN
Jackeonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. S. C., both ways.
The Flaest Steahshifs in the Coastwise Service
The Clyde New England and southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BUtTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
BESI&Z-WJ3E3::gL-5 SA ILIN GS
Bouthbound ..................... .... From Lewi' Wharf, Butron
Northbound........... .. From Foot of Catherine st.. Jacksonville

SClvde t. 0Johns River Line
Between JACKOONVILLI and SANFORD
Stopping at PalatkA, Astor, 8t. PVrzsI, Beresford (DeLand). arin Intermedia l
Landings on Sr. Johns River; pf enoing \\'eduesday, November 16, 1906,
"TEAMEKS
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY,'
Are appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Satur-
days, at 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford, daily except ~rindays, at 9:80 a.m.

Ao a. bCHEDULE Nonibortm
ea down. ReR d up,
Leave 8:80)pm....... ............ Jacksonville... .... ...Arrive 2 a.00
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8:.0 am ............. ... ......Astor ........8:80 p
4:0 am ................... .S. Francis.. ....... 2:00 p
.. .............Bereaford (Del,and) ... .. .:. :00 pm
Arnve :80am .......... .......... Sanford ... . 9:980am
__ 10 am ........ ... Enterprise... ..... 10.00 ai
GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W.i BAY ST., JAtKSONVILL
P. M. IRoNMONMONR.JM., Ant. Gen. Psu. A lrt. I We t lay 4t Jac~sonvllle.Els.
W. Q. Ooo Jr tPretab Ale. I'. LAo\'VELL. Suierintseads..
root ui Haorastreet. Jac kt)c Lee, IaS
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1l7h WSW4th. inelvslve. Thee tielkets 1.0pm m High bpriap, W' ayr. Savannah, Bronswi,1k. S6p a
will only he sold to stUdea upe PrI I Daily Albany, Atlanta all Poant North. E&& .W. ,t Daily
ovnasatins of a certitato signed by the _
principals anid preeestaof the vari- 25 p NOelhel*e. Mcanupy ad ('.tra a
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All of hoeshe havo dougters Deii
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Frank( 1, Bot". oD1161,le09t Passager 023908o4y a
Agent Jeaekonvllle. 9IPML-et
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THEI DAILY 4u~z*tWBsVfl


TIF-LRIDA, DWEGENER 13, l99.1


WOIfTU TrAND
COUNTY CONDENSED


'Bath room washable'rl. Ask to see
iatt Gainesville Furniture Co.
O. Petre of Saoford aid J. \W. \d-
brs of JackLtnrnlli are regiterd ai t
the Brown Ho .c..


0. J. Mixion left yesterday for Waca-
bbota. where he will spend several
days as a guest of friends.
Wanted-$3,f(O for a client. Secu-
rity $8,000 city and county real estate.
Time 8 years. J. A. Carlisle.
Green Chaire of Old Town has re-
turned to his home, after a couple of
days spent on business in this city.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
ke, 50c per dozen, $8 per hundred.
Oash most accompany order. dawtf
W. H. Colby and Geo. P. Docker,
prominent citizens of Jacksonville,
Were business visitors to this city yea-
Serday.
Dr. H. L. Montgomery of Micanopy
has returned to his home, after three
orfour days spent on passure and bus-
iness combined in this oity.
A. J. Lucas of Paradise was among
the visitors to this oity yesterday,
having come to consult Dr. Alder-
man in regard to some dental work.
R. C. Evins and W. P. Welch of Ev-
inaton, whocame to witness the per-
formance of the Barlow Minstrels
Monday night, returned to their home
yesterday.
Sheriff L. W. Fennell has returned
from Chattahooebee, where he went to
convey Lillie DeBar, an unfortunate
colored.woman, who has been adjudg-
ed insane in Judge Mason's court.
W. M. Daoghtrey of Williston was
trading in the city yesterday. Mr.
Daughtrey formerly resided at Rooky
Point, where he was engaged in truck-
ing. He is well known in this section.
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for ale at this office, the form used in
Alachna county which saves money In
recording. $2 per hundred or 5Oo per
dozen by mail. Cash must accompany
order. dawtf
Mesdames W. A Paulson and Chas.
Eddy of Orange Heights were shop-
ping in the city yesterday and honored
The Sun with a call, the former lady
having come to renew her subscrip-'
'tloo. It is always a pleasure to have
Sthe ladies call.
Remember the rate to Jacksonville
-over the Seaboard on account the Oon-
(federate Veterans' reunion. Tickets
on sale December 12th and for the
morning train of the 1th, good return-
Iag December 15th, only $1.70 for the
round trip. Bee Mr.Cobb. 6t
R. R. Ormand of Hawthorn, one of
the most sueeepefol farmers in that
Section, was a viitor to the county
capital yesterday. Mr. Ormand
broopht a quabSttty of fine pork to cold
storage and before the end of the sea-
m n expected to have plenty more.
John W. Martin of Jacksonville, rep-
esfting Leto "Frank, h- e and @ad-
diery, Savannah, Ua .s in the city.
S Mr. Martil, with one exception. Is
probably the moat youthful travelial
elemman In Florida, but his saouee*
will "equal up" with thooe of much
wider experience.
We aee in a position to furnish flnt-
Slasbean, eeke aad lettoe hampers,
aao cabbage and meaatioupp rates
promptly at reasonable pries, and
iaramtee prompt shipment on all
*oatneUs. Ship on either A O. L. or
8. A. L. railroads. Williston Mano-
fstemrion o Willirsoo, Fla dawtl.
Milks' Emulrior is hanodedeo by
eq1nes. Parlteeifrom the West who
btoud it to be so seIfl la their
tam|lie| ared s to Bkep It i the
reatesakremedy is the Unlted States
today for threeSt ad Ileg trouble,
sough. and eolmds. **aea tremble amd
eomaipatlos. Astamaders& Eark',.
Atteation is dirmted to the *ehale
o atdveiwlsent of Mim Nora lforto,
ladis~' famoa Iodae ad events. Mils
florts. wheo I loesed ast ns E Llb.
ersy estree. meais a aloe Ita,. a4d he
joyed raiabI seeme. She aa
, -me of the n es attrasU i ewidow
d isplase f Lb* lad eer ma ia the
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says: "Vlnol cured my sju of con- .""' -
sumption, after he had been given up." COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
We believe Vinol is the moat perfect
cod liver preparation known, as it con- Will Williams, Arraigned for Embezzle-
tairl no grease toclog the system, up- meant, Was Discharged.
set the stomach and retard its workyet Monday for the first t (ine in tsveral
it does contain all the curative, me- weeks, or sinee the coner, iunl of the
dicinal and body-boilding elements of circuit court, His Honor C0uity .ludge
cod liver oil, actually taken from fresh Mason had a case for trial. mid
cod' livers and is acceptable to the this resulted in the udi-charge of
weakest stomach. It is worth trying the defendant, William Williams, whole
on our guarantee. W. M. Johnon, was arrested and arraiigned upon a
Druggist. charge of ombeaslem@ent.
--- --..- ..- The complainant in ths cae wa.
Florida Methodist Conference, who one Lee Wood. It allppered that
has been stationed at Bayard, St. Wood and the defendant Ihd planted
Johns county, for the past year, has a crop of cotton togetmhwr near Ala-
been transferred to Sebastian, Indian chua, and Wood alleged that Williams
River. Mr. Faus is a brother of T. J. had harvested and marketed the sta-
Fans, one of the employers of The Rbn pie, retaining all the proreedls himself
composing rooms, and has visited him and refusing to turn ov r to the comr
here. During his stay he made many plainant his share.
friends. After hearing the viideiuee in the
Robert McCarroll of Jacksonville, preliminary. Judge las..II decided
the inventor of the famous McCarroll that here was Dot a tfllew, t proof to
stone, an excellent imitation of gran. warrant holding the defen tint, and he
ite and said to be jhst as durable, Is in wa released.
the city, having come to attend the The parties hlteretedl being well
meeting of the State Board of Control. known colored people, the trial at.
The new Ioly Trinity Episcopal treated a large numar of people of
Church, now in courp of erection In their race from the Alrchus section.
Oainesville, is being constructed of Attorney lemij. T. Ellis representted
this material, which is very handsome. the prosecution, while Asiorney J. al.
The onr n f nth Day Rivers appeared ior the defense.
The congregatin of Seventh Day
Adventists, which is strongest at North HUMPTY DUMPTY.
Oainesville at present, are holding a
week of prayer as the various homes of The Funniest Show Ever Seen in the
that suburb. which they report as re- City of Galnesville.
ligiously most refreshing. The eon- ..H pi ,,ni i ormi
gregation recently purcebage a deli- uptown wth a ll l rn to well rrm
rable lot in a sharply rove in horth tvwn with ll e. well. reme mberd
Gainesville, and will noon begin the more l ronltire I I. .reer. Tle ron.
erection of a small but substatsial and any will be at thv ,eira hoTie Salr.
neat church. day niglt (honrts, II. Adams. the fa-
H. C. Stevens, the progrelve Jew. mouse pantomimnit and clown, will tw
eker of Hiah Bpring. was among the in the title role.i, I will be seated
business visitors t tis city Monday. by a cohort of Ir..'ty ballet girls, a
Mr. Rtereas is division watch Inspector full chorus of ,ra ed voieesand clever
for the Atlantie Coaat Line. aud his comedians. Vai. nvlle rnmic opera.
duties take him away from High b omedy ad pand,,,nlme, will be inter-
Springs to some extent. He bae Ia lered throughot the plot, while the
handsome store in that town. mod a Iltegt fiml of t rroot Sreeat moving
stock which would do credit to a pleae pietore and lliutrated sorga will
much larger He is one of the mer. round out a prr',rmaae M which for
chants who deserve ,oame. novelty and ndrirvagatout eeale sod
Mim Alce (. Spesne, a misilosary l eIWtriU elltee ca ron be srpased.
In India in the employ of the Womaa's The great mystery eit. A'*ve. or the
Home and Foreign lMIeloo Society of Birth of Womal will be thMe star
tle Adventist desomlialtic, will feature uf the elrabncmeat.
speak o the people in the Adventlet Advane sale of .-aLe will take place
shurek. East Maetn trest, N. newly at W. W.Avers'*
Tbohrday evening at 7:T o'clock. A
general lavitatioi is e seded to the Doctors Coui, Not HMep Her.
public so come and eajoy tie lecture "I bad kidney oumble fur eare."
of this interetllng sad laspiriag speak- writNe Mn Rayrm d. Oeases of *Ml-
er. Admission free. Mis Spe mp will toe. Wab '"ad M *a doetosm mid sot
leetare upon "Tbe Missio Work in help me. I tr India." __d th ewryflrt B :. t ye me rellWf
aod I am mow cr .i I. Iasmoay tee
A Fearful Fate. mnde lAt olr l' Kilsd e I y." It
It is a fearfol fale aM hae to endure aska the dio-* I kI idme aied eo
the serritle orotre of pi e. "I en I lIy will .emiuia- th0e p1am femO
tm.thtflly m,"'wrie Harry Oolo mIe blod U. **kh* bok, jr
of MassevWi. la., 'thei f d b b, healthise lmpoe J. W. am
of 14m ville. Ia., "Ils" for bllad, I (]to.
bkle JtL ei Id prI l- pilo, l. .
Belkliesl' Aralw i s Na I -I r Il1r, sreoa Ps Jailt.
*eeme pd." AI inb h1r seaa, bem A *. I. IA -
see as e. a ma sa memm aw- a. -'


A JW ea -u aP s J $ O & ff &OUI, ;
membsr'vr g4t- Is Iers.caed.IloN w0 COWLt.
as ew &ie f U" rd Air Las Maday --Tealss ~m fthe
wofsto W.s.a-".the perftuwmaer u mr wam#$of = o sheboeSOhron.
She kabw YN sr.Sak trel W 65mm a od.es ng mos, s6 4bd of o
mmpei.c ewse*food. SWadscw h"I" =sh0691W l of pub" bibb
esma ks eem so t as thwo mow as wy the hoo *mwsle ICdn
Whem beeis -me So osigod Shpm upwtoJ. Km me "t
l e WO JaI~ ec Sa' As IW~owl"
No,.- Ollew bin aI inwrret ad rb '~ Weme ~ L ad


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Local Time Card No. 62.


TUESDAY Nt4HT'S FIRE,

I .-.-- Quick Response *f the Department
Is it Inherited and Can h be Cured? Saved VakaMble Prop,I ty.
any of or lead An alarm of fire was ti ri fro
lManyl oflolir leidrs n eitenti S Box 6-' .t 7:33 o'eloek I i h;
Pepioit-ngf mucih time in the audy o :3 o'clo
which Ornm'li)-n d he >' ;;. in
it iA -'eat a 'ite l'gu- aR'1 t it thatwhh Itind the :;
th, hlo:)n or I *, J. W, . ,1 ,, ..
;'v,,r c eC*. i- e s cauti'd by tuei: at f thai h o,,l
n.er Nosrmt (Oak avontle +s1,1; i.t llr.
ure hereditar. rorv
Neglreted eougls and rolds giradual- ange street. Tie depart:, rot ri
ly weaken the wpole puln,,ary ,ys. ed with its usual pror, I' e, *nli
tem and before the people realize it out of thh lhoue uI)n I iI ,,
there is a diseased spot is one lung, sound of the gone., %'''! ;r hl lyi
spitting blood soon follows and event- prevented RerionI h-. t fre
usilylacollapse. would have secured a ti ;,' s*ay 1
tliy a mollapse.
Our local druggist, W.M.. Jolhnon, I few more mometo .. ,li m ,a
Iays there ts nothing known to medi- The fred to be from a rot,,O t. tiee.
cine equal to their coJ liver oil prepa. ond floor. The daman ro,-I o ,,e.x
ration, Vinol, for consumption, espeo. oeo d $fl2
ially in its early stages, and while they eed
No water was turned do not guarantee it will cure real con- No aturn ,
bhaing been xI the
somption they have many letters front having b een titgnl R. I y the
people who were given up to die aid chemical appartoe.
who declare they were saved by Viool. iNotwithstandoi that th drpart-
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Anderson, Ind., writes: "Our dKugh- fusion was caused in the' t1 rnin inl of
ter, Mary, was in consumption. and the alnrm from a box tihe I'Lks away
given up to die by our family Ihy.i- from the scene o0f Lhe tlir. Chief
cian Vinol completely restored her to O)'Neill reqtiiu*s The Fuli t, ugResSt
health and words fail to express our tht in future, when te pIrtv cannot
gratitude for this valuable cod liver oil ur io the narest Ralri for ay
preparation." reason, the proper course to pursue
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1M' H. McCiStAIr....;..Editor and Publlhber.
4 W. W. ASHLXY ......A....Assiooate Editor.
4" J3B1 . I BO .......... ....... City r tor.
II.LO J. BNtlIBY. Uen'l Travellrn Arent.
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SOPICB: PORTER BLOCK.
W W i.an street, TELKPHOn3 4134
SPA)ILT SriN, published every morning tx-
S' l.o naday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
to any part of the United Mates, postage
1' forf5 a year; 12.50 six months: $1.25 three
p' thl;;or 5o cents fur five weeks-strictly in
j; advance.
Reading notices in local column tocents a line
for Arst insertion, and 5 cCnts for each additional
lasertion.
Rates for display advertising made known on
application.
The Twic--Week Sun is an eight-page, forty.
column paper, published every Monday and
Thursday, and conttais all the news of the
week, local, State sd general, and will be
S maled, poetage free, to any part of the United
state or Canada, for gl.ooa year-in advance.
All advertlsalg bills become due after frat
Spprace aof dvertlement, unless otherwise
Sltpsateid in conoct. Parties not known to us
a be required to pay for advertising In ad-
ags Address, THE DAILY SUN,
Gaavzauvu.a PF"

Only the German sympathy wiil
avert a financial panic in Russia.

The glorious allmate o Florida has
been at its best for the past nine
months at least. There could be north.
log better.
The school of West Palm Beaoh are
R* sald to be In the best possible oondl.
tlion. They evidently have not felt
S the blight of the Beokman school law.

The wheat prospeoos show a favor.
able oondltlon for the winter crop,
whiob It is reported for Deeember let
/ ws 91.. There is also ano Inrease In
acreage over the fall of 1904.

The girls as the Female College nl
Tallahasee are sending some very
e oopllmentary letter to their home
apeor. We arpleased to learn that
the e college Wl long o nicely.

The people of Manatee county want
T1 It nuderstood that tahe were not treat-
ed fair as the I tatew Fr.' The priae
they woo is said to have ggoe to Baker
county. The matter will no doubt be
adjusted.

The reason Alaehus county didn't
get (te irst prise at the State Fair i
; Tampa i because we just didn't have
the bet display. But It wasn't be-
soee we could not make the belt die
play. We will show them next time.

The White 8prina Herald sends out
Sa fie Christmas edition with a hand
"ome illuminated over, also the usual
amount of Christmas reading and
many advertisements from the enter.
priedog business men of that thriving
towa.


Judging from the price paid for
hores recently. the autos have not yet
drive them out of the market. New
York is till paying good pries for
them, Waiertrees, a l-year-old
stallion, having sold a few days ago for
071,000.

The Live Oak IDaily Ie)moorat has its
new Nethle pre*s in operation and it
works t perfection The IMemorat
looks a bright ao is d the day before
the are and Is edited as earelully aod
with as much ability as any paper In
the State.


Glaneville now has a lady de ats,
and the hypnotic qualities of h- di.
vice seo are doubles ( ecletl to
make a fellow forget his misery when
she is yanking out his teeth and Jab-
bing into hisl erves -1.ive Oak lIally
Democrat.

The llpartment of Oommere. an4
Labor port of eotto1 grlalag for Le-
-aberlm ashowe dS Isaland eottom
distributd a follows: Ionds.8t1.1
bai; Ooirgeol 41,Ol;8outh Carollea.
6,3M. There Is no report hr 190. so a
e--piUrate statement emaout be
mIde.


M~sh~am Ienimther was forced
I.. sea b III bettor nasa tha
himesML aJiha Anaplisr Academy and
hesausebepi a*aae blow that
di dhisamvesum up, be wa Iexpelled.
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The Miami Dally Metropolie was two
yearn old Iecember 8th, and it i one
of the best in the Stata It is oear
fully edited and dserves'the excellent
patronage given it by the progressive
busiess men of that up-to-ate city.
There is some plas*uro In eonde tlag
a paper io a busy town like Miami.

It is thought that the ehemie;ls of
the eargo of the wrecked Spaalsh
steamer Alleia, now reetinc on Ajax
Reef. eouth of Miami. has caused the
death of many fslh in the water at that
pA)in The blowing up of the wreck
ha let the sutbtane* out into the
water


How's ThiWs
We oler OSe Haedrd IkilIar re.
ward for ay ease of eatarrh that caMn
Sot bet ured by Ha'l' Catarh Cure.
S F. J. Cxxxrt Co .T;edo. O.
We. the undersinved. have known F.
J Cheaey for the last lyea6n. ad be-
lve him perfaeety honorable 1 Iall
bustaiess tasltiom and flaasially
able to earny ott ay obligattot made
by his nem.
WALD.Im KnEusa Mants,
Woliresle DlutMis. T-, 0.
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nally, 10s. bigal- al 4* blao
a 0d me, **f of U1 a*ete.
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NOTED MINERAL SPRING.
Among the many attractions for the
affected as well as those o woold
keep their health in the belt condition
to be found in Alachua county, is the
mineral spring near Grve Park. The
rca-oo the etirarive propertlee of thia
spring have not come more forcibly be.
fo,r the- people is the fact that the
title to the land on which it is located
has heen in dispute.
R*.ently, however, it has come into
the po-aession of Capt. J. L. Brown and
as effort will be made to make im.
provements and ereet a sanitarium ac
thatthe afflicted may be treated. The
property has upwardteof 1,000 scres I
hnmmook and pine land and it is ex-
pected a stock ct pany will be formed
to push the enterprise.
Th springs have a flow of 150,000
gallons of water per hour, which are
impregnated with remarkable curative
properties, it being known as a mag-
nesisa priug.,,Besides the medicinal
waters, there ar other springs of cool
water that are always pure and re-
freshing. MaIle la Bpring is nestled
in a shady nook, which could be made
a most charming retreat. People who
have tesed the water declare it to be
a cure for stomach and kidney troubles
and many have found relief from
drinking the water.
Captain Brown ha his residence op
the higli rolling lands of this section,
and he has lots platted out for a towa
site, which he has named Magoesia
Springs, being a lovely location for
the erection of a sanitarium, boarding
houses and a hotel.
In speakinrgof the Mageoala Spring
Captain Browi says that in his twenty
odd year' of residence there he *has
not had a case of malaria, and that
this emotion of Alaehua county appean
to be clear of that plardy. He uay
that in 1881 he firt vslaked Ploridh for
his health and stopped as Oainevillle,
where he met Col. Fen Taylor, who dl-
reeted him to Magneila Spring, which
water eared him of ndldigetlon and all
malarial troubles that he brought with
him from Indiana.
Since that time hundreds of people
have teted the *eosey of these
waters, which have been drank by
them with wonderful reulIs, ad with
faellitlel for bathing and aecommoda.
tbon for the people who would go
there, there is no doubt of the success
of euch a roort.
There I good fishing near at hand,
the Invigorating pine forest would
add to the astretliveneea of the spot,
and there would be no doubt of the
fame of Magnesia Springs as a resort.

HE LOVES US.

Brother John Oaldwell of The Jas-
per News, who has a fixed habit of ex-
prssingdecided opinions in vigorous
English of unmistakable meaning, says
that It s all a mistake to suppose that
he is "sour, erose or Ill-natured" s.d
he declaress on hie sared honor that
there is not a newspaper man or
woman in the world against whom he
entertains the leot malice, grudge or
Ill.will." This ls the right spirit in
which an editor should do his work
and only in this splrit ea he do It with
the highest effeetiveoese. Hereafter
when the fur flier wae ball understand
lbat liro. Oaldwell ohaotenl us beaure
he loves us, and while be may hate
our sentiments he wouldn't hortus for
the world. -Live Oak Daily lImoerat.


tWOAJTRIAL EDITION.
We are w re0elpt of the ladostrial
Editfi Of The Gainesiille Bon. This
edito'le on a tha refletet grest credit
on the pebiliation and is typical of the
progressieo sprit of the city in whieb
It is poblshed.--Polk County Record.
A copy Othe Industrial Edition of
The GAiOeervte Sun is on the desk be
for* us. Tbhe opy is handsome, l fill-
ed with valuable informatloh relative
to Alaehoa county and The Sun has
done itslf prood i this effort.-The
Apaliobloolk Times,
The Industrial Editign recently is-
sued by The Otinesville Son was a
excellent paper. Such enterprise as
this a displayed by The Sun in beha' f
of Gaineville and Alachba eonaty is
worthy of much praise throughout the
entire State. The Sun is a Pprogreive
pap-r. Long may she shiae.--Lak
Butler Star.
Their Industrial Edition of The
Gainesville San made its promising de-
but in this city last Sunday. It con-
taI11 82 pOael of good, live and Illus-
trated readion matter of seon, tate
and debonair. The mechanical work is
the moet skilled and prettiest ever is-
sued from that city. To say the least
of it, It is a colossal aggregation and
well worth the priee-10 cents.-High
Springs Hornet.


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PEJIMANIZn LY CURJ"I
*n9ptIw, _emg_9_ CM; 8w. TbIwat
JA_ tin Omap, iwhoop/us Qeeg.,
rw ltlhkle, Heareenee, *or* Lu g.w
IVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT IALLARDS
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOF
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
CURE GROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.
MR&. "ALIS L@KAM1 aWtwarteIr VTex., seayer OM
have ad lais ar's Meeeriene wa tso m toi fer nvema
wiutH Ws maWSWbade the ehlde b1 hA Cr
towm a ss It* them as eel r Oe I r osI meL t
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bt smedy for ChUdrm. Ever7 Bottle Garmaabt&
TMRNW m1ase me. adM Ws.O.
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PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

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HnsU ClUb NYe ...... 0 4 04 M 00 1o7 R(e. e. Corn. Uoodgwa
NeisvsCo Weave=RyIe ....... 3 ID b 1001 Rye. Gin. Corn. Hum. p flae ra .
160 per Gall"n:
sawe's -44" Rye. 3T i. 5 b00 J W!Rye. Otn. Corn.,Rum. nest le hmenep.
boeaW DIe o.e. .. .. W o 1&0 it l(0) ft )PerUallon:
Mali hLar .. 2* *5 19 g~ '944' Rye 1CS'b and Apple Mray. Men".-
Pe*ebadi B.31 3 100 iW ed by We.
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Was of Ke'y hourbotn 8765S up SO s imported ..
Ham tU Ale, Iilats . I
Arveo wal t Ao wed on All Goad ood s ILo '.uitung ',ISout. pint@*
PAGO. _Pri'es bv be bbl on appeUao ... .

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The Industrial Edition of The
Gainesville 8uu has reached our table
and we find it the best edition of its
kind yet published in Florida this
year. It is full of interesting fats and
Information eoneeruing sainesville
and part of Alaohua county and is il-
lustrated with numerous half-tine of
interesting views, poblio building and
portratlu of the prominent citleos. It
will doubtless be of much benefit to
Alachua county, as such editions are
when gotten up in a creditable man.
ner-St. Loole Tribune.

*Jacksonville will have five murder
trials on tap this week, in whish three
whites and two blacks figure as the
star performers.

W. B. Talley of Lakeland has P.-
oared the contract for the erection of
the neOw *$00 soboel house at Or.
4ando.

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Ik t l*Detetn derew nserpde,
Women who make a business of beau-
tlfylng other women come pretty near
knowing What wlltnbr1tn about the best
results. Here are letters from two. con-
cerning Herplcide:
"I can recommend Newbro'n "Herpl-
cide." as It stopped my hair from falling
out; and, as a dressing it hrs no super-
otr.
"(Sined.) Bertha A Trulllnew.
"Complex(ln peclallst.
"-3 Morrison Pt., Portland, Ore."
"After using one bottle of "Hlerplelde'
my hair has stopped fanlin out. and my
*ralp Is entlrtly free from dandruff.
"(Signed.) Orare p ode.
"R*auty Doctor,
"II Stixth Pt Portland. Ore."
f ld by loadlng drugg tts. end tIft. In
tampe for sampIe to The Herpteldo Co..
Detroit Mich.
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FLORIDIA 4.B.R BER 13, 1905 5


PARTS OF FLORIDA

S f Hqppeings From Variosl
Sections of State.

STHE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

TranspMrirm i "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Suy Reader-Items of Interost to
All Okases..


QuiaeT will mow commence the
agtattqp of a sewerage system.
An application has beeo made to
start s teventh saloon in Palatka by
threepolored men.
A man living at DeFuniakr Springs
killed a bald eagle that measured sev-
en feet faom tip to tip of his wings.
Orange county i laying -down rules
for legislative candidates, the ante-
hog men being at the bottom of it all.
The Suwannee County Ootton Asso-
eloioo has elected A W. Miselle as
president and R. R. Brown, secretary.
Jacksonville is becoming noted as a
shipping point, while many vesels go
there with cargoes for points in
Georgia.
Min Mosiie Turner of Lakeland was
made queen of the carnival held in
that city last week. The mayor did
the browning act.
Branford's free ferry across the Su-
wannee river is a great benefit to the
business of that place. They should
have a free bridge.
E. Whitmire, a hackman at Milton,
was qhots own by another hack driver
opposedd tobe George Allen. They
oarrelled over a passenger.
The grand juiy of Eseambia county
bla indicted Tom Grice and L. B.
Bingham for murder in the first de-
gree. Both are colored men.
Three of the boiler in R. L. Dowl-
iagt mill at Live Oak exploded on
sltorday morning. No one was hurt
md the camse of the explosion un-
known.
bhe cotton growers of Colombia
eosatl met at Lake City on Saturday
aad formed an assoelation with J. W.
SBaeher, president, and Thos. J
Appleyard, secretary.
John Malam of Euitis went out and
Sabopped omne wood; when his wife
east in search of him she found him
ded. This will be a warning to men
who insist on getting the wood.
A large dry dock at Pensaeola is be-
Ing urged by Rear Admiral W. L
Oappe, chief -oodueaor of the navy.
U would be large enough to aeommo-



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BSTA BUSM If n is
Renders reliable services of every st r' along the line of
Land Titles in ihe State of Florida, I %rticularly
Alaehna county.

SPECIALTIENs Abstracts of Titles; Tax aule Nearches;
Parents for Nee*Resiteat Land Owner; l'lhst or ( ouitlte,
lowns, Etc.


Wind Does Heivy Damage.
Charlotte. N. Cl/Dec. .'.-A tel.e
phone message troq SI.u', .N. C.,
says a high wind prevai;cd 'l.rougi-
out that section of the ni, iti.i;its yev-
terday. doing conaskeratl' : d.a ge
A large new frame bu;ll:in fiull of
general mnirchandlee, beloiii;rg to T.
C. Flnner, was wrecked. "I'!, g(od
were worth about S1,000 ;a ,1 :!;et empty
storehouse was blown flon i i;.s found.
nation
Crop Report on Wheat.
Washington, Dec. 12.- T:. c-rop re-
porting board of the buri.,,' ,i states


date any of the battleships in the ti.c< department t of agrlc,'iie submlt.
avy. Cited Its monthly report toda\ tinls that
the condition of winter 4\\-t n I[c.
.A Angeitne.who Is gi. r or. e ac InterABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
s ges and grapelruit on Lake northh whet was 31.341,000 acre a increase
near West Palm Beach, is phowin: t') of w t w~ r cnt over the nare n h& fira.l
the people of Florldthat muck land 1. Th condition onf n tr rye IInoorxportedl
will grow these fruits as well as any was 95 4. h E. VOYLE. MGR.
other.
Charles Follette of Orange City Sto'e 30 Cents; Got 12 Months. 1Abstracts of Title and full iiiormatlon fTurnished regarding l lands a tIhi
awoke on Friday morning and found Athens. Ga., Dec 1, -lussell county. hurm g ha lve an ithi c t, tirty le
Athens, Ot.. uec. -r thormolhly his wife dead in bed beside him. Fol. \right, colored,.will (rv(, a :~,clve
letter is nearly blind and quite d(af months' sentence for mnllauppprlating
and hislatstfflietion eemen so much funs. He wWa given 30 c.nt., by a -i -.. -
the more pitiful. white mnn with which to buy ~ hisky.
The S. A. L. and the Alafls. Man- Upon conviction e larceny after thust FIRE. ACCIDENT, BURO(ARY AND INDEMNITY I URANl NcF Repro
atee & Gulf raUroade will both make Judge Hammond gave him at twelve sUntiug a nombir of Iprominent AmerAranD An chl,, lel
REAL ETATE AND lilT1 I.()ANS
surveys to Boae Grande, but as they month' sentence.,
have made similar feints in the past, G) Fvat .eamrs lle F' Lo c~i
some of the Pnnts Gorda people, from Died From Injuries received In Fight - -
which place there is talk of running Chattanooga, Toea.. Dec 12.-Rlile
the line, ar* not much alarmed d. Hilton died tht moralni uas the result
Governor N B. Broward on lapt Sat of Injurles received In a fight yet er.
urday night removed J. W. Perkins day with John Mleeman Hiltosa S th IRi
from the office of county solicitor of skull wa fractured, but Fldgeman
Volosia county, because he had neg. claims to have used oly his flrst In
elected his dity in prosecuting certain the fracm. htIemla under treet, Two Trains Ielly to Wahblaetea and New Vork.
violators of the law. For some time charged with m me.
past efforts, it is alleged, had been Failed. Schedule KTe,'tte Novermber aM. It
made to ge Mr. Perkins to file iluor.
matioD gain r. certain ioltor of the All effort have No.No D TwoTrain. Emht No._ No.t'' So I No.ll North aun Wre.t So N No.
election law in Orange City, which he ter remedy for LcoUghs, Ar u cold and lung 7 t, vJa xvlli.ilM sJoNy Ar n e J aU
doinuR than Foley's Hone trobl than Foly'T Honey and Tar. l 4 )4 Lv Jesup Ar eSOs ft 4. 1 It'Vt IOtte Lo Jemos. la o H Ar It 0l
declined to do Recently the grand 1 p l5"ist L rSavannbh Ar 4 I. 4>Otr, 4i ieei a etr Ar MfMeon, l .so, Hv v Ir ia ( i
Jry of VoluIA co y f d Ittope the conoh, heals the lunts and S ap sol Ar Columbia.Lv1 i IeI t 10o, I :aI s h re Ar Atlant te (I.>oHv Iv II I I to, op
jury of Volsla county found indict. preventls erlous rnl from a oo.l I10p 9 Ar Charlotte Lv Llop ,Sit ItoI .e 7 Ar 3 t14eto i., io H l.r iv tO
ments asinsot hoe charged with these 1*. Ptt'M ANbua, Iowa.writ s ls lsp Ar UrLeqbeTLv Slp t34a 113 in Arl latoniso. NoSav l 4u lop
J. N. Patterson. Nbaa. Iowa. writes: la se IaOp Ar DUnetUle .Y s&np 44t |>) ua am Ar obatcanos. M 8itiiR sl aupi
violations, and this was considered a Last i nr had had onArli Rit londrv a I a.13p h111 0, Ar Lesaiiaon. Q A& l;v I lo M4
4Last winter I hao a 'rd cold on my VI- - I R r_ g n O. Ma" Iv a a
rebuke to the county solicitor, as the 466 w ,in t i h d 1p ArLybnoblce'tLm I Wp yI3 .* I t Ati _' Ar _
grand jury does nmot tabe action i longs and tried last half a doseb eir lop ArCbart l.v 1 04n I. A i Lt (Imaaair,.11 vr Ar T ..
arandjorydvertlsi o ough medicines n d had e9 'a pr ArWashtatl.hv o1k1 T s Arokq Ar71 C0ago, arL.-W _
such matters oi counties where there I Wtlalt (Isp Ar aaitlAmore l. *t l ~, I S apv oICt*olmaMt. IP 1.'l Ar as5
is atia cour t r ord treatment from two physicians with- I gp I5 Ar W. Phtl Lv S Ap sitp* I 0 Ar MlO. Uae fy ..
s a criminal court of record oanlelu the o ettin any benefit. A friend ure- 4 l ea Ar NewYorL .v to )ISo aet 3 ,tr MA, tr 1 .-
on% gettlopt arny booeit. A frieod re. Ly CHA3Ar I aft
olicitorfallsto do hisduty nd flein. oommonded Foley's Honey and Tar Nos and 4--"Now Ywok aA rlorida 4 sh t ton Arev 9k-
formation. J. Hall Brumsey has been and two.third of a b otle cured me. Is la PUIIr t iitt oo rt W 'R si iS...
appointed to fll the ogle. '"Mew York. I IM Ar 4!L I .Xv
appoied to ll the oie. oonalder it bh |relest eoauh and lungl vne to Nw York t si up
NWo N and ao-- Wmhbtts U nsorld 9 i Lv Ol 11 aarU Ar 0 We
Ief ~ckers to Be Put on Trial. medicine n the world." J. W. Me-I U -ma ." Dail lutias r r o t Arr l, Sl, .
Chicago. Dec. 12.-The cases nt Collum & Oompsay. sina t r (lur. JaksoLville to New York. opL L i, o Ar
the beef packers were not called tox- - -- HNo Tbroumb terd o T l ky No .a Ar atj I I T loop
day In the United Btate court, but ta p Lv Je-kuviUe.Flts Ar u 06 9Son ArA alatso. Mo. i, tll S .
Ilt Lv.. valannsb. Us Ar it IIe11 Art1m, 601mh 1aok, aIP.
will be heard tomorrow. The proceed. 1 M a lo om- 6" Ar. c( Columa.I. .v H L I f so Ar t4empsa P'a.o Lv l .
I p tlAr AhetvUle. N (.,. Lv 4lIt. -i94% Ay K t10r1'' ,-v s -lop ---
Ias will not be In the nature of a *Il Ar A HNo rl&.N' (,. ,1 *' ea Ar MIN I~ S
formal trial, but will be to establish *0op Ar KInosvUl.TwpRn. LT "v 9 eI4 Ar aprtml Ark tLv _I _
silp Ar Llevrirlle. Ky Lv I lp ..
certain facts whiot the packers bhao m Ar a.. Itiou.Mo.. .I. 10oT Ns. 1II smd Ia--Dnl MJ oIbate Trela,
et up anro to which tee government s Il Ar ClDlanatil. 0O Lo, lop t ll Dy ( .lao sAd p i pn leepIeCa Os.
bha demurreJ. The packers have LAMIES' OVELTIES No. t d a-tii, PuIIa Irw il Ne. ai I... lN I rNr... lu nr ~tgRoomIB p
claimed that they were promised .i- Rom ad luln t le*ple C Car between arwee ltsoenrlioe, Hirleh m, Mem
aU d Jaoo*vi.sllie .us CtldAnnaA, and KHans ('l".
munity by Commui-loner of Corpora. iamay auAw Nom" It "tl "n "ITe A"aIuse l. e ua wI-
tioAn Garfield *d II 00mBan lrenwlni 7 oox Io1 >IB0 iar. J,.InWllie
loans Garfield, and this the nlited E .eioint INnlinl c(r 4ervk.e on All to Atlantar rid (Chettllwa. Ist W* nawr re-
States district attorney denies. PTrainei mmlllin inleper In Athlnts until t1 i ai
J. C l.lt'K Ietrlrlc' Pls'awner Asent ItS West Hr N JsehlenvtU*. Vit.
Man Jailed on Murder Charge. WATC(H I! SI ISOW. It may H uArnWIcK, r. T. w If. TArYL')g. t. A. I(lt)K MUIIAN. A U, P A.
Bainbridge, k., Dec. 12.--1. H.H .
Merritt of Pelham wea brounbt here 'I ay I-


by Deputy gheriff Scott Sunday and '


lodged in jail. charged with klllilag J. -
H. Harrison last week. Thsl action
wat taken as a result of the coroner's
Inquest. Mr. Merritt is well connete Miss T'beau's
In this county. Is a farmer anj ha Maa iBa r '
wife nti three children. B a ing d

Bg Sunm to Carry on Printers' ght. School
New York. Dec. 12.-It wa u. Day Sc
mounted yesterday by oScers of Ty.- ..l..
pofraphical Unlon No. 6 that IWl.Ol o) oIIWVL. M ,M0 iUDA
baJ been xaMranteed In asssemnats -
on the membtrv of the union to carry 8lI l ualeser Orpe
on the fish with the Typothetae for S ember 19i 119
the -hour o'kday. wathh g oes lato
effect In th boowwk and job trade O
Jan. 1.______
The Requisite of Beauty. O
The lnt requisite of beauty is a OI I
lear INplenioou. Oiao Lzatigve u I
Fruit rep clears a saiow, blotehed flwed ad split.s lIraheaid *le
omrpletio. a it timulates the liver WOOD OF HJT QUALITY sad
sa boweml au the ye bes me*g- "red watf or. I- ith V ei rle.
bright ** clear. Y ,*we I sto your dor Whae oe ie o Ia 5 ITOV
firde to take i. t11 your emp leo isWOODp iea..ivru- e a s 811v.Zr
bed. Oro Lasative Freol Syrp doe Ifelty for etswin spl ag Gad ef-
be mausesa. f rrimt ad to very liverilr wood promptly.
Wpm4e to take. lf o ebsUtet1. I SOLICIT Yoc1 I: PA'TROAOB.
J. W. MeOalem & Oema y.
.-- CJONI,
Wiod Stem Desanges Crepa Proprieser Wol asd,. Osuser V.al
1P Aaalse,. Cl.. Dee. IS1-A a vesiy sad Mawni sOe*, OGee(i.
T w dem wd s aemr tt a toN- v*


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t1M aMopreshd themk e d"ay Mt S MM a w

Sleoay. Seps- f ra Se Ra -M- _LA _


of a-- lby to, o. M toI
esee k sa -as W Wm ad 9e0 w 1*i
WkSe muftg, '. awke~t Tmee l b-
ofNw aW seS11ems .
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X9011 UCCC0 CAMLuF KILat TtCE A Mr. IAM S.

SKmown rmewlekhAstserny A .S FmIr m Use Ax on Pilr ond m n
p*.d to Suprem Court Bee-c. S b-- t HIm L .
MAlat. Dec. Ine-moociaul e Jlstice. IMdI Om a rl Oinatario. I -Watl
$ 8. O(adlbr MrtW day tendered to ry e to be a tripleto m.nd ada
Governor 'r his resignal n as a l teLd V deeorwrv d by a humer Is
Member of thel reme bench, to take thm me o at Jmels oHer, a Vel-o.o
Feet January next. Ir .ur o1t -imile from t hi. m.
SorUy Meeftng the reeip: of the f.- o Wh m tr-lag !he he- Mr. Coa-
sng tm rU which was ac'ep:ed w:;h W t as foam lying on the oor, w Vle
mWuh rneet, Gov'rnor Terre.l an- .TI i e-1 the other parts of th homse weoe
ontesa dhe appotituLnt of Hon. sw he10 the de d tr-4se of hbb wte asd
0Bauld C. Atkinlan of iBrunswlck :1 Mare W dMa'~ r dlMtr t4 Ia "he barn the 11-year-
a0to.r Jtojstice of the supreme court ,^ o-(at o ea mdying.
40 sIeen Jur:!ce Canal..r am |e Aioin ly,. the on was attacked
WI ver Tcrre;. Jeermied W 4 A Wbr bt with an ax and the father went
0 aSppoint Judge Atkinson he called *** l W CL a *a n = lat t" bese. hPot k wif d w
SI up by longm dis:ane telephone and d auhter cd _t:rd to h_ bed ro i
a notlbod h;m. Judge Atkiaoon. id tarued tue weapon on blaJef.
Loanked the c?,-rnr3or warmly for the Will Try to Reltaetel Midghipman. I
eppolrntmerit at tal I that he would Chiago. I).,c. 2.-A dispatch toi CASE PWRI E ONAPARTlE. IN
accept it 'T.e.Trjrjuae from o Waifhlng.o. D. C..
The new supreme court justicee is that MhIf ilpc'an Minor Mbr-, nMerrthris Fate Now R st t.hi
one of .eorgla's best knows pra v r"er. Jr.. Is dismigne from tte navy Se oretry of the Nawy. W. I. JOHNSON, Druggist,
ticir.g lawyers He is a graduate of a- a resut of ids e^rtnartial on tie | 9haUtom, Dec. 11.-Secretay ala"eirlil, ,Flie s.
the S'ate unlreredty of the ls of (c-g~e growing out of his fit fht BDoparte has recered record of thel --
1PI. ar. hba been praticita law Is w. h MiLFJhipmaa Branch early !n No- case of Mialpman Minor Merlwet; MAIL ORDERS PRC.PTLY FILLED
Brinswlrk with much scess s lae vrr.'er and freh th. effects of whb U. r, Jr., tried by courtmartal at Aa
185. UL.EI a brother of Jadge Spe-a. ranch died, be w'! be reappointed a Solls for anllegl rcsponsdbilty for T2-
cr R Atlnson, a foraIr Jstlee of tby r.e of tl P w-mbers from Louisitaa the sdthb off Midhlpmiaa Bunehad, and
the supreme court and late ralroi4ant a. special bill preqetet*. Whieh if will probably announce khi action up .
comcstlomer. I s ed wli re!r.sta!e the mildsblpman o It In a few days. EL, J U
Jodge Atkimos wias fdge of the a an ofeer of the navy. i 'Be dge advocate geamal of t
city coort of Brunswick or a term of ; osy ba eamptletl his review of the (ltllae In C' kiUr a Feature.
tear years uader t admialstratoe of Womn Ended Life With Pto. U cse, ad submitted his report to t i
Oevernor W. Y. Atkinson This I Ae Atlanta. Dec 12-Wbhile alone to a cretary. sd the latter is now pre Everyhiir, in Season Cooked to Order.
* ol ololeal position w'lcb be has ever rJm at an etiry hour Sunday morn- pared to diseNs e case with the praes OYt STERS ANDS TEAAKS
beld, but he filed t ably aad ocept'1 lng, Mrs. Cora W. JOBls shot and udent bdfoe taking fSnal aitlon. Specitlt e
bly to those with whom be had to 64e. killed herself with a platol ti the homct COFFEE the Best.
At the time Governor Terrell tder. of her twer. Mrs. J. W. Hadson. To heater M itd. Da7.
ed an appointment to the eureme, canuM of the suicide Is aid to have' PortIad O.-. Dec. ll.--Unlted PRICE8 REAbONABLE.
bench to the late Hen. Hery 0. Tur. been Ill health. Mrs. Jo ns had been States S t John H. Mitchell diadT l E S A
nro of Qultman the embers of the In a highly nervous condition for sey- at the Good Oamarom bespital la isn W T I L E E,
bar of Brunswick sad surroajlg eral weeks. I y at 11:40 o'clock Friday, death re. 10 a_ t.s_ re*. 8._
counties In.Jorsd Judg Atkinaoe for t JIlng tfrom ea plications which fol-
thsl positioB, and ured his appoint-: Bound Over on Serie Charr. lrwed the ettratin of four teeth at
meat In the event that Judge Turaer Atanta. Dec 12.-Mrs. H. Puller' dental o0Ice Thursday.
did not accept. appear In the reorder's court tb i 1 1Y uUle
promote ber honband. whom she a.l. io MeO tgyt y Do 1


S WHITE MAN KILLED BY NEGRO.

In a Centrovers Over a Debt Negre
Fired With Fatal Efect
Chipley. IGa. Dec. It-Abe DM)aKl
a promlanet ditien of this place, was
shot and kjlld by Bardette trick
land, a negro. Danel received *e,
blletl h tbe mourt and one la the
stomach, the nero's aim belag ua-
erring. He only flrel two dsots and
then turned and fled Mr. D lel wua
apparently unarmed and at the merely
Of his assallant
The killing as caused It is under-
tood, on arecount of the fat t tbthe
ero owed Mr Daniel a small sma.
"d the latter asked 8trickland to
-ake a lettlemeut. A dispute arose
sad after a few bhfed words the no-
gle pulled his pitaol and began shoot
lag.
Strickland made bi e wape.

American Colony Planned 'or Japan.
Seattle. Wash. Dec. 12--Tae Rev.
S Prank Okaak!. pastor of the Japasee
*alv loia In tattle. supported by led-
lag (hristlla Japanese rlsdents, l
planning a colony, with immigrants
frt this muntry It ls planned to
establUnh the roeony In ,rw lir that he
1, imay rsp, a the Christian teacblngs
S among his people.

Will Inspect Forts at Sevennah.
( arier!,n. 8 C., Dec. 12 --rlga-
l;. r (;G-seral tSamtei Mills. chief of
Srtillnlry. NlM~asr ( ne r ; Jobh P. Store.
ry anl MA%)jr 0 W (;aterbll left ber
ye(telral ) rftrnimn fur Savasala to
kntlp.c' t.e! t(o- at that barber. after
haviln li1pieal',.l the forttllcatlo


leged sho( at her boal she wouldn't i ow bves. Conn.. De
cook his dinner. Puller was ai a dat Roevelt. I was
P 100 boad on the two charges for ge bwoel Rlng teood
shootlg at another, and for carrying gewood Rtigmaster, tw
sa oaotenga aOher, ll terriers of I F. Dol
S__ ito this city. Tke price
PIirime Visit Shrelm. ach o
MeSbeo Clty, Dec. 12--ioroa ex-
I eursioas of pigrmla to the shrine of C A ST
Our Lady Of Osadualoup are coming
here ever the vrtom railways enter. 1Wr lu aad
Ig aIn this eity. o party of a2,&5X TM& Y Ibv Ah
wUil arrive trn Yera T Ua.
AfItr Forty.Elghth Dram Negro Dwd. O
Itrmilngtam,. Ala. Dec. 12--PFcty-
eslgut drinks do corn whisky proved --
toe fialsh of IN11 Thompson, a negro, 15 Cents Demanded f(
Sto tried to break up a local 1aloon LaOrange. Ga.. Dc. 11
by drinking lt entire supply of the Truitt brought to LGran
r~.* liquor,.'aJ died a short time baes of cotto lod*lJ oa


swallowing the forty.elghth dram.


has ordered closed the
tat negro got his fatal
Pro rcute t.ie proprietor.1


The mayor
place where
Jag and till


Muscogee Club Fined by Court
CoumbLus. Ga.. December 12.-The
Muxcogve club. through Its president.
la the superior cout, pleaded Iglty
to a barge of keeplag opee a tippling
boow on t.ie Sabbath and was fned
$iS) The club was ladcted early
last summer on thts charge. but the
cra did not come up for trial untll
Raturlay


In Mad Ohase.
Million* rush in mad chase after
Irilth, from oue eXtreme of faddiom
i htosith*r., when, if they csmld oaly
I t igsfi fwwid, lsd kewp their batrte
.gCi rI ith D KinI's New Life Pills.


a..... I0t~ rils...would all paos away
rg e Nhvillerelirf and quick care for liver
iret itt cmach tr uthe. 6 0at alldrus
Nsfhtler. w b Iec It- Sunday a-fro; giuarantped.
nw-illtic .0t(reollyd e plat 5o
Orlir)an mank gxavilaciturers of Over- Renon Florida Olvisaon. United CO4-
aIl. slivarc mon theo irtheast series federatede Velers., Jacksonville.
c nlthe. puilicweq:,Ire lIes on On ek IalDecember IS 314,19M0.
Is tatifLiate at SAOVA ful! Insured 1 4) 1c1 lteouitr liftie iiiot.i timed ge
Lk" on t. it, 1 pm:,* -t V I 14i t-** oil O the Ailstl Coast Line has
Alken .-at.tin- At W' and lIu sated. rlie vat. r-i* cent Pr mile
;Ilus itiee Ii'. cis. ith a minimum
O F ata .il MIfy crn t. ITbis rate has ben
Clothing Dealer Foung Dead eaardaed Irow all d oIt an she ttae
W c~my~l~r -1 ~o i R11116446" frutu all lrrnn iiate in the, loweJ n
Nl4n'sp. T'-on tj zibwg 1 l3 j e anride ed i .is will b- sd tI).DO
1. Cox a 't lug Ief lose 1was f('Ld co Ite andtilr Ih r r sehn.1 sP to
d r I PI(Y4LCarriv~erngigatJeekionvil.o before ino,9e of
South eOMP. l#t 19 i,4t 1,q91 lipeteabr 13Wh. nle lim it Vtickset
rbrorh ha shes~ a-... IsrleteJoeWIklnno qspaa a,. '
th routl ali 1 1a t t rfIt fmad Wb Iwll hMember1UM. fame at. re-

is ermama ct' TrI fsslltrig 14metki. fh~h houldtia
e srutmlning tu o Jackeumvill. this oe-
lUf LUJtFigihing. o ais te. U s tierato art .trrutyi low.
'Fori see.r liamemwit o 91vhunid Pall on
"Fo oaiantA )rh L"ci a4tnia ft, full in.
Hoglman '1I lan'er. Wash -I ied a I lotiWriteIratit
blWe battle wIrh rcevee etsliwah end l'i'tnsr lsuger t tJacser lI
bles (trouble. tat a )last I "utad. l
cure1 mo df4 s0 e tso tr it %Iif ti.. i Cuared Paralsis.
1I64 NIttere. I bstiet1iuly r-rnum- W .V Healy, P. 0) True. Teas,
miendthemm st ol. and don' tutrod in wrnte: "My wlf. haW twoss mffria
thefuture sobe without them rtthM' e fivge swftb ipemlps in bet aum.
ho~s. YIt"Oweinfilpa lawoessler- wshe. I am "tesmued 10 uq" hialudse
hilal md w4".,to 116" ~d etob a habad1 Snew Lilrimeat. wb"isk egd b sW-
maWNWb."b&M Under guarr.tig-rht. I 1here she ON004 t #W OW
0 do The Sam& hestbleft Owl Okl
~W~e she Wyee. by all ",i mdoeg' ee. bstles admb
son otft taem Is dews Ame Wt


'c. 11.-Prmi-
lid yesterday,
Seymour and
ro of the best
M' big string
was $150 for



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or Cotton
--4Corge W.
g- F 'rlday 2
Several wag.


ons. It made an Impeaing Itraje au
It wound-around the square. Written In
large letters at the heaJ of the process.
slon were the sords: "15 cnrs or to
the warehouj we go" Cotton was
bringing I? cents, so Mr Trultt's cot-
toe went to the warehouse

*ig Sum fee Wake Ferest
RaI ttlh. N. C.. DNe. 11 --After some
sprited talks In the lIterest of Wake
Dbret coll-ge before the Ba~ptit state
coorvento It wa dsied64 to raie
$150,000 for It. Piarodent Peteat sys
te college bgc tn a new er of eItea-
setoe The anet Baptit coavmatie
wll be held at Greeabora
Barn and SNok urnoed.
Commerce. (;a. Dec. 11.-John 6.
Bellamy. who lives near Jewelville. in
aakl:n mron:y lost his bars by fire
yeortr.la One fSe norne and a good
yoke of cattle rere burned The other
Stock were rescued. but were lama@d
before they cutld be reatoved freau th
building
Pickpockets 9 e4 Diamonds.
New Yo.rk. D)e. ll.-PIlckpockt I
'tei 1r. k,) s.rth of diamonds from1
Mr Wim I (Ir se, of 8taS'n Islad.
last niht.. The stonee w rr *et lla
stx rings. whirbch e w carrying Ia
a sma:l bandbag dartin a trip to Man.
battan Mrs Crase ls t# wife of a
coDtractor.
Greunded Wemenr A eat.
1.rerpool, De. LI--Tbe White ta
LAne frlz'~.t staenr 0 rga, 0 teb
ran sore vy s4eIay ltide 'oI" AI
bniy. h&s t*'n1 related aaJ. deadC
#pajvat:7 abe s mdasmaed

Cosgin'g Sa p0se"d Death
Hllrry Iikkwr., ae4 yIes .
ch.vd4 I., deathb arly yesterday 1mo.
i:n *i t i h, m* iS th I Ieems* f *hw
ifre ald ch 1 He sUeetr a sldibt
cold a fee doyr. aIoe s" a d bet Ustie
ast(stiht 1to i. TeoIeday mer
be we@ re e wIih a s a t aghlago



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ANd yorir masb fIre from Indise*-
Uolf I ou woudW be ha r with yvur
famUy and your frtMw- mao.
Tke surems thlaR oe earth to get a man' rsy -
tSe "out of whack" Is beavy. worr bread.
wkehb Is eaued br several reasom rPt. the
material ar net be good: 'eeond. the cook-
I may be poor. The best lour la the world
UW iake the heaviest bread If improperly
aIxed or cooked WE USE THE BEST
rlUCR and oar "lo uit" is knowoln how to
aix aad bake It. Our bred does aot cost any
ore tban boe-made. and lt many iastances
it Is w muoei more palatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
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Fruit and Truck Grower

L. J. BRUNBT, Editor ad iPrepr,
OCALA, FL,


B-UeIM r ?ibi~


DR. DaVERE B. MORRIS,

....DENTIST....


O ce over Marcus En~e. s. PhooA H* 1MO

J. A. CARLIkLE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity
Real Estate, Coort-yaneing and M e-
eral Practece. All business prmIly
attended to. Ofcee next door tost
odlee. GAINI VIL., FzLOmA.

FERDINAD) BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GAINrKVLI.. F* FOLA

Can sell your city property, .(tIa
proved and unimproved), phosphew,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer for sale. 214h.

W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAw,
.. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY....

GAINESVILLE, Aiachua Co., FLA.
Office in Endel Block.
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DR J. .ALDERMAN,


DENTI 8 ,


Over &jtton Co' BaLk.


GaOLaseW


D' OORDU-N B TISON.
DENTIST.


Oce In M:..er Law Ezcbnge
G4mYneS1LLS. FLA.


THE WEST END.
FINE WINES. LIIQUORS & CIGAMI
JOHN MENZIES. Proprietor.
tl -ti W Bay at.. Jacisonrlie. Fla.
Faout b-er, bottle and draughbt. Del
fail nt call on me when in Jaeksouvftll
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THE SUN

JOB PRINTING
DEPARTMENT
Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Commercial


Job Printing
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Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc


Ow Tear.. ............. .. 1.00 Legal Blanks on Short Notei.
Bierge kepi ....... ........ I_
The following letter from ooe of oar
mail order cLutomIrts i elf-explan.
A handsuom.ly illustrateI oa can. to r):
devoted eepecialy to the tinereat of loui*rille. Ky Feb. 27, 196.
the fruit and vegetable Irowe of H H. MeCrear7.
F1M10011 .Gainesville. Fla.
A speelal Inal subseription of si nDerir: R ed the p
not w-ll be *eat Da r eir: Received t*. he printLia
mnths will be seat m reep of X matter in due time .atd will say ath
"mi. eastan tkee it is perfectly satisfactory. I like the
. .... envelope so much. NMny thanks for
y our prompt attention in filling order.
Your% truly.
Lo isvill & Ma I. Corscarit.

4 nd orders to THE SUN,
Nashville R. R. e"._Resv

ALAHUA COUNTY,,,i


B11s Line to
Slr4mlsbam, Mesheilet, Nemhk.
Kusxlk, Lsuirvlle (Imeftat,
"L. 441%. t'hk*e&and all pants
eh ad est WO Ns augh rears.


Oant hlae pagnwre thrnuub r epr
frvIn Florida to C b ~e
OAlt hle epefelta thlnomuh epere
from Florid o St. Louis wth dining
ear rrvieW
FIessdlialper srvi w si th, Sooth
Thneh Wonrms ,hepf* to Califor.
Per intuoarmoe a to rates to all
ptlat N rth md W,. hd eold e and
It lallwrme ani oe write

GEO. E. HERRING,
9It imt A LA I.L .L,
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Atar ia out y 1.41844_1)6M aegg
array, has .40 m rs railroad m
mileswngn rroad. IS pO pogao
123 P171tiSet 5cwols r, P&o
plantU. A) saw m iI, I*.$W60 00
hog"e, fiere aCw-pap,, sMA
duct* c'nrn, rltjon, no*. "W,
0et41 9ye. trtun..; pineapms,
angeO. ;G. *.tar plumbs,
can#,,sand &I:.k is (f of cgt


Glineswille, the Count Sci
liesdIoa fl- t
p~ rivl.r~cl r hree ue*~pgpl
stiectMd tateo, lre
water.fir*alar~m ytem. els
W4 l lights,. c fs *0
"RWeb me shope. threr woa e
th" ei dne. lb Oro

psatie pleat, two bmbt .
Aft to e ass~~
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H DAILY SVN: .AN ES FLORIDA, DECEMBER 13 1905
T DAILY SU : iAINESVl E, F1,0RIPA, DECEMBER 13 1905


AN EQUINE MYSTERY.
W hk t D o m m o f th A n eL e nt He w a
.f Thils Centiouet
Thougt astlv morerI is kuown of the
lknciout history cf the horse than of oue
ownt or!gi anwl d dceut. there Is one
Wy-tery Wit.ie.l wlth eqluine l auudis
that 1-14. I P-2.c'VC tO N- IlveI It
.ba4 to I. 1 j i 111';tC (I '10 total

Auw:-ii :t a years ago,


Wlltei'.' jire~ i~~l.2
Where 1re
Cowl' :'* . 1:
way ii .



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Not ni



lea to' Viv 1 ,
peaflhi it"i"


1 111( roantpi(4 in
.: e'il v oer thp
IS;i 1:4-1,hut1al tl te
A;:I Ozaa
ho fIi. fund no
'i-i aY ilfllller-


I oughIt
p *te ~ ie PltI ch
'I'' ve nIo ae-
414 4 ,tAu'-m


\ I: 't ',,, i, f t' v 'oit nm ri-

great ' ii '"; i t

train < >:(-ro >'. < ) I 1 ,. '" : "' i- ....',.
the 11110 5 II

Nlohrar.:t r I'i r ii ; '; i ,"
cause did t .;. i .
Nob) ly ,:t ii I'ii ; I ,
glue.s. 11 y .\'' t 11i .
too swift t Ie eXII':-. 'i '1:i l ,
age hunters. TheLi il !V 4 r.l
hardly hi:ivo froztn li Illi oil. r .
great Ice sleet extenthI .Iy :, ;,
south us Philadelplhia and St. I., l.
Nevrthllclss theliy villl- I I ult i'
leaving Iihind lthtin. hov<'l-tr,. a \v iw
derfully couilL, ete re 'crd of tliiir f.ii-
Ily history. In the Badl I.ill.n of tiel'
west, in the Niobrara roHks. aid else-
where their skel'tons, sectterted through
itrata representing sautics'tive elochs4.
tell the story of the development of the
borse fro anu auliual no bigger than
a cat to a creature much like the mod-
en equine quadruped. It is an object
leaon in evolution, singularly com-
plete, the fossil remains thus far dis-
oovered illustrating no fewer than
twelve stages In the life progress of
man's four footed friend and hellw'r.
The evtlene thus obtained shows
that the horse had Its beginning about
8,000,000 years ago, which impll(s. of
oourse, that It is a far more ancient
animal than man. About the size of i
cat, with teeth like a monkey's, four
toes on each forefoot and three on each
bd foot, It dwelt in the dcise forests
which covered all of thia part of the
worl4 In that epoch wheu the gulf of
Mexico stretched far up the valley of
the Misslsippi and the trclite of North
America wias milt and tropical.
Then, as its nuccesnsor, caue a borne
with three toes on each foot, followed,
a great lapse of time. by the one
o hores, which In the ice age were
temporary with man. It Is prob-
ble that these later horses, whi-h were
inch like the modern, were stripedl;
t. whether this be true or not. It is
in that they spread over nil parts
the world except Auttrmlln. In Eu-
A, Ala nid Africa they survived.
become thle nnliietrs of the hornes
W toiay, hut in n Amricca they dllap-
nltogether. The reoi otll wy v
probably never 1w. IXl4ahlied. It Il
Pounle that la likely toi rnliilln tin-
ed to the end of tlme.-New York


Iu.
Prlitlri ('bluei Newpaplers.
an lxdinnry newspawpr iu Clhina
have t least 4.i0Kc different char-
In f31wx. The type i arrianld
boxes alid placed~ In a semleltrle
the floor to an hiblga as ordinary
vldual cau rich. The ueno arc, on
feet all the time. for every few
ates they may have to go to the
lr length of the room to flnd a
In snome other circle, andl the
are cronillnually runnlpg arouiml
other. It trade one think of a
lag match. Though they keep
000 dcaracters made up. still there
*t a cotintual demand for sonn se l-
dcl on from the workitmen and thil
older sl given to some men. who take
a plank and with a few dig of a sharp
steel tar out the desirel character.
The propriet of one of the aLpers
stated that very few of bla typeette'm
o read; that they simply et the
mtter from rCopy without any ide of
vhat tIh matter was about Th bst
pa per will not take an advirtlemwte
t the itch or line. tut t a so mutc per
iHmet ao la l ioerni, anod wat the
m ry tI advance. They wiU ot. as a
IT a gT any pom tlm, but place st'b
IaiVt wrl mat as it coam In to thbe
t I a ar rotatit after the readl4a
Imater. gradually you are move
tm On e ptace to atboer ae Bew ad-
aeuwavments appmer.




, I iN r arto attend ad aderp her
b tasm sd sem e moWd O u.e
o im m.. the r aCllis NO
.t' peapaver isbess burn as he
tear am i s wecit be,.- i ,Ises
Cumom&


OLD TRADE TRICKS. DREW THEIR
How They Were Panilahedl los oEminent Lerall Li
Six Hundred Veers .Ace. mud lug
livata, in tra le is no new thing. It Many ev*&iit,!rtei m
wat; prac:ev.ll it the foutt-teeiutli evu. 1to t-letit'iir tiffai
"tiry 11. X%61 As Ill the tw ute~i Ig-iryden .o:iilSir Ilai
Itown re-ovii- s outtitlniaity v casti i~t ite .i'lvlIt I
if ':inrn1ary jun:-loojet ion ilI, i'i iill pjgr .t I B Iutlei
in Ci. *ug t veQ weight and tii I j -ttII wi'. hIe11111W
of to ),. clotl :iu andmiothier tlaims. l w~li.%Ili adea'
1 a`11 1tvw, from the iiriliv,ve p ilt 1. er ~j"f a,
S:*wv II'ofLoindon. In 134,14 ee&:ilie ;1ks t or Irtad.
1'e*rt% ta~iva t agiins-t a jutchuri' f'r .o i lt0 1oI.
! tg p'uridid uuat. lhree i 'u)ii;w o' -Ifl d Lor
It I CI .:e~ Z IIIA'1t tite VUlilil '1 A t hI~t. It i'iitlfat I.l ithat M I
w~s I4 leNT i f i:1dtol iio psiiiPt i___t. I 11:11k,4a k t ci 1ajU lCON
I') the je:l." l- huih. 1b It l'rr:,;; t%1i1tlI e.1e1il juzispruade
1.11i ant 4i gr.:vv upon. 1 uei' i' 0" "-1c011li 4IiverI4 Ali-s thl
I ,itii ;atitou l tld 1thk' iUnhal21.%1' I, ih' Ithir a ftoil or a puyi
I:ty that a Lt livli4'er shou l Ihe',el ye --i. it. nir-rd ni apwibeilt


n ithhi h~is bad wv't carried linh frIiii iii.irnt lhe be booth?"
hii, to tb'' Ipillotry In &41!, I Ih~
ii'he t4 i~tthoeinhit 4 111I il i 0t.w thoir own will
I.i0 t rivt lto scll was hnbitrtoI a ii [r lii. A ~ .Sir

It is w*.'l kvw~n th it tho 1111 'I~'ll ov [ISOla a


W 4I til vj& Ih 1 the 1 iit t In t N\ h e t1ill#4-: t4rp o
iIIIit 't liiri \It t-e s&re orof h'*wil.F4F IGN (,eyt
it t 0hey d 0I kei l te fft(iw f I the to1111
I~ ~ ()ii rfth Ir lit -vuI ll t \\% i -i :!! t\v e .:.Ve
jtl)~ 'iliit a td 'ijletator 4. If N1,til
e'',. invnt iiiixt e14-t4vvciuv th or FOR ih'iE IGN-'E"t
It 14Ai(.\. ,a. lthe rfelu~ v of fla't, iiked hon or Th~in ti-lis tird.


tvi~oh : IitIr out mpt wqnld t~i o ll(- i eilii it- 101 er
c-,; tif W Ich lt' tz,ld ti i,' t hi1II1.141i ji'4 Vi4.' 1 1.. hed
hetti, iti it cj irikiw teir~~iar L 1 i It j ari e at)

f:.awvorofth in ot e cii a i( t wo'ae-'o ,Il iP I kr I lI I' I 1 1trIt wIef
states thIli- be vs re..",!It F 1,1ti vi4'11 .wht e I'i t y itro pclc
yezuli'll I1t.r, io.i i,-4! Iit', be care
About the stto d tink a d aft o ill, soi Ccl'1114t iiik
311:111 (whica lit, v I t sell ii njz itlle ol IvIii tt514 't j i 11t '. illtile t ello
til.te rui e m it jit. te ing ittirtiii) on"[11, ; Il lt i u t k y r"rna
~hvi' hand vtii e'iu' to *j f i b wNetiln It*he zar
(o' fred verh Iinii-si hery o ubl o btlinke li Ii-, llo il- ar den vv~Pi
favheo igr of t herkin A ote i ll ei. I ~ 4atol, oorl Ii ni4 tl) Iiilito nilC
s'tattesthlpact le are to put toe seatiof otli"" tt'ikt

evolchrgret'n hselig l eaIli lt Ili,)". t 111110P. 11k0haitru re in (or h
ineaurequat p t, ho oot()ij -f vii:( ut1 l it 4-1Yo l it ny sINA
needs itti huh." hog' sItt.iher WRII t
.-hta nd Intbl e thew,'orteu itch .11dillav hIf yti itn.are unex orla
wInthehalftof ther p sot fttaa I t w i, :I wuld noalet aitri~nk
tilt litS psaebive tho paut mof theofrt ti'ent h 34W~4- urh
ever ree It-vi i-uem Ilaitil-btt al iiong w ~ith t B t lt. i I vltitis briut,
iCio piui li navd. n11 1(- oi t iittitt ifor('ti
8el e redsnolusit." l er vent e ncetwau t out c 51 g. I.~ole
foran Iiudenvn"igthw"o raPin i llotryUalflhIrtr'l
wuiikthlhrlf of tecot anottahed atoicle... Mbe artINleL

In er 1347 a m ierantrwan inpri.s1onutChalenge.inO. L Dto11 i

for forty days ftc enhancing the prile Te T Jupo ter.Nebo
of his own lorolwrty. lie secretly ent- jmoe o
ployeid a mnan to bring certain of hi.4s inny of thle 111j:11
own (the nie'reiiunitis wheat to the are goodJunaptwrm
ninlrket, whlerretpion ihe' N eight hims wi ( ol # f otil.
at t lVpienctd is ii re pe'r I imohl eItthnu the (' j hug Ile' f th 'ti e l Iir
infrket price.. of cotiriie taking ot re to iI o. rw.hich t ceii'd
tiike it)(- sonic' e ". l11k11ownl. (org t',1g. _' ., V- .


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however, 14 etotte what lie knew aixitit
the sot-ller.- J.eiuil..ui Maill,

No Tratulfg of make.e
O(ne catnuijt trniii or t wait~t iiakes to
do 5113"itIlg whatt'telr. Teir hraliu
pwkewir in ao II 'lteiI4 that tthe iiurvi'l I*
b1411 they late' ever wartiagetl to sur.
vhe' In the great e~mpetitiou., espcial-
ly whven ciii.' tiltils that they ar' still
oni the "S'Cir(-i0!zE Cerve" of Cvuitiililt.
Most of the-ta cagn kl Intneall to omnue
#bittent loy 4 lti-taut buinau conipltankuu
bhip oand Judviu Lus handbli corriee pI'-
rle v" t lialtlt man'! readlly tano
0l1111r4". Wheltal they bate iarn1eil to
truxt, to th'e 'f". .1' iii. fac't that tbo-re
to iii tm-i vf.r stlwitlefe-iiso. theifn
Lb')', 1111 1 r I. tilt i t iII lcit; e p 1-'Ii
411i 14-0t'. t 111404et :1!1 l MI1,14il then, the-
elicjuliiiand 14 In(of thi.-!r .iltiritat hut
mawes to an ll*1
Affi'r tht h-i' inaou that a ekilitul
Pxhl'ltar can d Pe Ith- t *h t Is ti o'lajet
bluinnif itel l im ni-luors to their wore-
flNte, which Im famnillarity be e-ns
pneIty nearly iticip5tp.so that flhe' e
im-ty alppear urimp-it'e anollIntellism-ts
He May affles t III liten to t11 .erpntbo'a
'eimeple. or rows-lfre Its kan oil hie Il. .
f Its [tad Itic'lit-. in an upwtrir ci"'r.
'knt. or to lure. It trt one hantuit to thi
titer. or n or:Ie it to snic t'give..
ape. soumd It bIy r't)8DcES Nluu h e
iLltatly or 4iwrtwarwl. Just amthe
rdian mwusk cha-mer takes arwptIv'
dratiap of the. utl etel litatt*M-
Mille 4f the 'll nilgh tamsaple obra
Ps jew'fln 41mntvtwsr. Jctientai


In tOW bw of Igniba ebti I.ises-
0900111 so hdearl le r to ratify
a brsesi. amaskthe f'Uaut'.n a wa sen
wf to at ba re 1 tw.peteul ltatr. owr
to the li ar112 "erate( bipe Imwero
put at" -t O cthettm awby re-
rviviog ag 'Theb~e asy bow, bwee
rkl s4 Cli, ee. C l trsw* f ormw
par t the lbo @ LrdI. L &asd wb
m~ abLer. w ssught EII t1r ys t es
s4vres ft *aU"beisee 'wverW pg4.
Wr 0& iy 9b t. *-1, 1,* 7Wm ~aq &
am tMoi of 17 A.' ''us- 1


lwa 1' it I 'f it I lI it re~
lug. 14-t 'nil yeair-
rushitAXtdown ithe' st
leapsaaiaV wlm uthsthe'c
Icallillifrl ',111104t till.

puddeul) there. r14M.
ful sithiu!ingMob Pint
camp oniilike' sit ir'
the I11p of the ca qa
t1NMtIiiI~t t bild tiesen
ItI the 'ar'ifl' %,,-
Buy cit the' hu'rse0 I
for It* mps. i
Sw"Pol 111# 011. .,l-
hmb, oftw vaelg!:..
M6*.11 III tlb&Ifr lit .'r
Iare like s si arreim
or sli f.eet In tt,e
Mi 1 1 If I t 1 tti.
are'f e'r is, i v ow
i~Le. ~re lif tile o.it~ Ie


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H.F.DUTTON& CO..
--DIALERS IN-


Sea


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ce FIfn1flui4 eeI Bagging itnd Tow \\.Ip
li l~ttther in -Striips or Sides.

[AINuficTI' t 1iJt" oig Improved Av:
Sea lIs L ( 't tCvttimii W. atil1 Stiplies for Iint.
(AINNFAVILLE. .FLORIDA, ULT


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MERCHANT & CO.


Retailers and obterp in



Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Brain. Garden Seed and Fertilizers.


lii ihosgtmarket pikiep A Id for Chickt'ne. Yi~ Wo ci t ii.!

A 4)3unpi~ t-te n k loT Hay, Coruii, oat$, 14lou t. I II, M. '11 ii 1h. tI''foi
&nit R' e. W handlle onily the. VI IIY 1C K o'l' patAt, V
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E. ~F. D TTTO \T& CO.





Li) a irrneral tanalnr bustner.. z~i v idy *1w Vloreigrna voni l lit' PIat oibnuer.
nr oaceounlaot bask., bankers. 'aritier., tincreri' au other&
r'eolivee to favorable terms stutl-t faiP lves bro uoIttla cOllecoitr otaic
occe wlble 11oln4 In the UntIld ~tat.*..


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Air Line Railway

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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York,



Two Etlegant Trains Daily.


Seaboard Express.


Seaboard Mail.


OD ERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


Qnly Lino Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlieas

For full lnformatinsn and sleeper reorvarlotn eall on atn alent e lborrd o
write A. 0. Mtcl)()N LL, (J. IOYLIMTON Is.,
Ame. (Oeneral PIasener Agent, Passenler Arget,
JACKAOOVILLE. FLORIDA.


Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OF FLORIDA.
Time Table In *eIet eptember ;W, 1P6.


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Royal. It will make the food lighter,
sweeter, of finer flavor, more digestible and
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form in its work.
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NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Stsron of Omwnl Intant Oath.
a md gby Our aom

S PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
S Wt Has HppHnendand What is oIng
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
S That "He Who Runs May Redd"
It in The Sun.
Sos I doastrlal Edition 10e a copy.
SRog at 48o. Gainesville Forniture
Company.
Get Christmas and New Year's ards
at The Bon oBfle.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale. J.
N. Bone, phoness 10.
W. H. 8tansell of Bell was tradlug
In the elty yesterday.
SFoor-room fat for rent. Mrs. Foe-
tsr, 401 West Main street, N.
,Frlt eftkL for immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
SSE.M. Thoins of Starke was regis.
termed at the Brown Hoase yesterday.
911i graollte quari, regular pries
14, sale prlo* 18.96. Oaineville Fur.
llntre Co.
SMrs. H H. Bryan and Mia Belle
Hall of Orane Heights were shopplag
in the oily Monday.
Extra eopiesof the Industrlal Edli
tion of The Bun for Isle It Averne' and
Vidal's news stands at 10 cent
Furnished room to retl oa bloek sd.
joining qure. Oantleman tenant
preferred. Apply at sBa oeffe.
J. A. Barroo of Palsati was in the
city ly trday. Mr. Barron li an eff.
oleat oondoetor in the employ of the
Atlantie Oout Line.
County Tax Auesor W. W. Oolon
has returned frm a aomblaed ofeial
and pleasure trip to Trenaon and other
points I the West End.
Mn.. J, Freeman and Mis Emema
Davidton of H)Ilh 1prngsr favored
Oalanvilll with a visit yesterday.
They were rengisterd at the Brown
Hoon.
J. Fowler and family are now
pleasantly located la their elegant bew
home, Eust (latneevill, where they
will be plesad t r*eeive their
friends.
K. Lee Hughoe of )utklo has re.
turned to that plee, after a brief boil.
sea trip to thi eity. Mr. Hughe Is a
valued employee ao the atltoo Phoo.
Spbtre Owmpay.
The Ear nt Worker will bold Uir
regular meeting at the mane as|S
o'loek this afternoon. Bosltne of in.
peonam and elotie of oBon sfor
a ISeom6ai year
AmeeS the etmstors who lame
bhe to *ms the Beard of Onotrol la
Ih a tr of the Uiversity buildallge
an Pmbk Ritobmrde t JIasheaville
aWld ae W. WartaI of Columbia.
LO,
MUMrl o deelivered for rn.
Ubeui a ul West L hwr
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Ladies'oaling oErde n la est rtyee
at Bs offe..
Dr. J. Harrison Hodgee made a brief
vilt to Waldo yesterday.
1,000 Christms yards and calendars,
betutifol desiMneas,s Vidl's.
Born fne eity and eoattry property
for sal. 0. O Pedriek, Gainesville,
T. Gone, the lumbar manofturer
of RalelRh, was tranelating business
la tbli oity yesterday.
Now is the lime to order yor Ohrist-
nes apd New Year's eards. Fine line
of sample as The Sun odffe.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan of
Romeo have retired so their home,
after pleasant visit to relatives and
friends he.
A trial will ohow you why Blue Rib.
boa lemon and vanilla estraot have
so many friends. Ask for Blue Ribboa
vanllia and ay It plain.
(Oorge Pape, a Greek who has bee
making h home In Jasksonville for
the past few year, hs arrived In the
city. and will resde here perarmeatly.
IIH is no a ** of Nieholas Bar., pro-
prietor of he Oandy Kitehen.
His Honor Judog Maos had a dull
day a far as marriage leoane were
eonoerned yesterday, bet be did man.
rag to issue one paper whh was dee-
tined to bind together two hear "for
better o worn" during the day. Th
IeONee wam iued to MeCollla Host
end Oarrie Davis, olored.

READ THIS.
Mobile, Ala.. Feb. I,. IN.
IDr. K. W. Hall, I. Louis, Me.-Dear
dirt During the put year we kav
okldover twenty-four dose "tal's
Grt Dlwo ry" fw kidney and bld.
der trouble uad durtia tha time have
resolved so e oplkit.
Yors rOopsestflloy.
U. Van AmrwAsr & Bu.

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"". M"e-- t CATALOG
irohoiaBonres d P. Mellon left
yesterday for Jlkeoville, where Mr. Over 100 Pages llustrating
Burn owns a frde launhe. Th T x.l
est to peered to Mayport, and Will sP l
SDiamonds, Clocks,
alhn g.S rAt. a
Oeadetor I. M. Peaje of the At. | \.I
.to mother It shUge bof t1h BIsh Springs :
ard ha olfriends we glad to as
bl. Oddatr Peak o ri s now stla ,dver~
o (S S.Jotbo and Lalu Eoatte di- ArPA
om etweanLeesaburgsadAwtor. Ware, Plated ware.
0. W.and A. V. m aeina, promises ...
H ideaNdd farmers of moneoea i
a... ot op atd bo.........o., o aa Holiday Novelties,
capital a b M s visit Mondy. The
format I O8onlya soed frmer, bet
a esoeeabefl aimrh ss lse own BSatisfaction Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
adop rate a publie gfonery. He and Careful Attention.
*teW that She Ionning *son is about
over, although be mns bare a few --
more bales. Coaidering the shortage
t--, a "s bl lst r, Greenleaf & Crosby Co.,
of the elp, he did remarkably well,
ginning 191 ibales to date for his see-
tios, aniaa S= bal last yFear.
Wilson'S or'IH~O.;on JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
besotiti line of dollend fancy oode 41 West Bay St Jacksonville, Fla
of all kinds stable for Xmas gifts.
Toilet mse, manclore set, collar oad Is your name on our mailing list?
eof boxes, ste sad glove boxs, jew el
oems. feaWcelosh, et. A big line of
new emboMerged linen easter pieces
1.o0 to* Waeh just resolved by exz
press. Oushil, tops, famer ba fine
handleroblebs, ete. Ladies' sirWters
$l1.'6 to $4.0eeh. Skirse $1.80 to 8.50
oash. Jackeots rain e ts, ki4 gloves,
blankets. Rogn Bos to $ oebah, the big.
aeo0 stook in the alty. Window *bad*e
2k to $1each; ail lsise. Mrs. R. Wil.
one.

SERVE YOUR BEAUTY
USE '
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SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HBAMLaSs AS
WAT EI
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Ir o, daom. -"W7" THE CONTINENTAL CAFE.
o 4e0.7 f Raette.
eRArnIm It (First corner South of P. O.)
Nltioall Toilt Co., Paris, Ten. Fase Cuestal oar Key Oysters. Drip C OCe. Western Nea ser.
Sold Il OGla nil by J. 8. Bodiford eO Uex eled. Open Early ad Late.
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