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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01053
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SYOLIII, NO. 2 AINESYILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DI)E:


SJAPANESE AIM TO ICY HOLD6R1 TO OR GtIZ&. iU
P ma ". I mittee is Named to Perfect Plans
For February Meeting IN
1 EXPAND INDU F.:0, ?..,. IN RUSIANTO BLE
lanta, Dec. 14.--4eorgia policy fN R A
rs of the New York ife and Mu.
S A Iffortb re Tmed Lfe Insurance companies, after
SJU r Ta1rned i ling through two long meeting Belibve Witte Will Yet Master,
.,'. DirectionI ie question as to whether they e Situation
I or should not send their prox- u
'6 TTLED TO REGULAR or co-olp.ra with Thomas W.
'In of Boston, passed resolutions UNION APPEALS TO STAND FIRM
"T Ov ea ling for permanent organization
N. Oble4fa4tlon Over Peace at le protection of their Interests
mount Only Tepriy-F i lnt a committee of five to Leaders of Workmen, Who Realized
SOnly T porary-Fee late plans for a meeting to be Their Unpreprednea For Struggle,
eI tude Toward American P he second Tuesday In February, Have Convinced Many That It Would
Tge to Visit United States. ch time permanent organization, b Un s to Sti.ke
. i known as the Policy Holders
Sew York, DOe. 14.-Lloyd Grls tive Society of Georgia, shall St. Petersburg, Tuesday Morling.
. tiSd'ttes minister to Japan, ected. )Dec. 12, via I dtkuaintn IDat l'ruI .
S In this city, coming by wa on was eliminated entirely sia, Dec. 13.-The restoration of ca;ll
S t Pra slsco on a sort leave of e resolutions, and although the; communication wita polntsu abl, oa
S-A.. last nigit he talked inter ue of the meeting was declared yesterday lasted only a few houo.,.
*l about Japan, her condition at wson or anti-Lawson, that one Before midnight it was reported II.at
th war and the preset prospect wvas never brought to a direct the cable was cut and LUat dispatc.ies
Uhea t r eat
he far e it Lawson was left to be taken must again be forwarded by ,oualrir.r
S Sae the war, Mr. Griscom said, t sideratlon or not, as the policy via the German frontier. Neverthel:es
S-Ja ne people have settled down see it at the February meet- the outlook is clearing. The govrnu
r r lar occupati ons. The gove ment is breathing freer with a figrting
usitat is busy paying off its war de
54d SuttIng Itr finances. The who DER HOUE BLOWS UP. chance that Premier Witte will et I,
-. -d the Jaianee is toward i nd able to steer hia way through tie stocks
'4ill p1a the J at present. All erfforrkmen Instantly KIlled--.D- whichh beset his party. The threat of a
-I@ tawns a in that direction. As tails Are Meager. general strike n the iml late tu-
the after peace rioting Mr. i o gham, Ala. Dec. 14.-The ture has disappeared and tt telgraplh
.;id that the dissatisfaction over th house at the works of the Du- strike not being supported Is golng to
.. o Portmouth wa merely t er company, near Boyles, I pieces in spite of tLe wild appeal. of
,.6ary and atsm become e unm rtem th of the city, were accident- the union to stand firm.
.0. T he einal o discontent haimn up at 11:30 o'clock today, At Moscow the tie-up remains om.
-,Swe a gln discontent has killing five workmen. The plete, but many other places of com-
t,41miy delapp ard and the Jtowanese nunication has been reopened The
-*le fel g04 lt gratitude p toward the hill. employes of both the telegraph anid
I-eIt paricus nd particulnly tout ht. postal services, who were disciwirged
e a r bringingsued abou edict by the wholesale for refusing to work,
t i the p ople tha n edihctws a are cutting the wires wherever it is
--e et caring for their nerests and r first named were white possible to o so The der f th
de4lU ea thm to attend to ter regu Knox was a negro. workmen and other proletariat orian
eO1 PSiU4.0 The people o beyed e of the explosion was fear.t izatlos realizing fully their weakness
b t e bey evythlng emanrin g aU felt for miles around, and lack of preparation for a ,Ie.cislve
1 *kk the mikado. Mr Gr icom de. toIse wa heard In Birming. struggle have carried the da) over the
a*dted emphatically thrt after the ex victims were blown to st- hobtbea-e4 strikers and have easily
ltement due to the fist news from lea of p hor bodcel being convinced the majority th:t It would
Jirtfmouth had subsided the people te tops a long distance from be an Irretrlevable blunder to pros.
4sbod unanimously wite the gover he disaster. itute what they regard as the supreme
'eat and recognized the wisdom of ceiYed up to noon were, Instrument for forging a free nation
.1 akla peace with Russia. He was d the full extent of the by using it for a minor l ~;e Ilk, re.
cmtod about Korea and the Japaoesa o yet known dressing the grie vant (r private In.
..ottstorat-e. dividuals. In registerilng ials d-ciilo
"Korea Is not strictly in ny prov- CLARED NOT GUILTY. they placed themselves o: record "to
be he sald, "and although I s t continue the organization and equlp,
e Ito shortly nbehfore hs deFor the Killing of the ment of the afgl leltgis which the
' trm Jlaan to Korea, the Korean we Galoway. old president. zutalmff. holgun."
Vml a a. t developed since I left Ga., Dec 14.-A special The workmen's council yesterday
.aps Peite a Usne l nt te 'in supprlor court a bring sent a dentand to CQatt w\ for the
Peoltter to the United Stales hl s week in order to clear release of M. Kruutaleffl ter the 1
1, better &Wormed concerning Korea tb
'A iL.te Jndge Bartlett is pre- workmen's delegated cahllx Procu.
1 maw Admiral TogW frequently be- absence of Judge Gober. rator Kamissansky Epd c.maseded jil
Sep ur. from Japan," t portant cm before the release, but tae procurator refund I
m "He tom J ," that he c trial of R. T. Bwlng, botly. saying tnat the. cse mout be
Sisi. "He tod U d ath e e flguman, charged with tried ln court.
histo mlit m e atmtd Sta the Tax Colletor J. s 1al* 0 The disappearance of the danger of
Visit to Etlta, Jp ls on an exc rsion trlan a general strike rems to isare the
Sto o. that be w e Jtu goverameat a certain p.-lod Ia whlea
dodgo, the Am r 't-r Wing out about 30 to vladilete Itself and dfmoestrate c
reserved, d the Ameria E o tont ht in a verdlct of aol that It Isa triving to realise the new I
M always glad o weklom aa defense, was that of orjer of things The rber of
S S~m~ natls to lt t Couat Witte's cabln,' tl(y dmay I
to a t or tyo. Ies ate pathe of region \
Sbt i ht b dblyy. N.h J.. D. 14 .* that the pro at state o. as- I
r < 5lht Ia by the aha be Italian wonsa who not go em.
L. who tried to wla her The ttua tio a itnr pro.
l O Wh t he will retr t f last Ma'rch. was We Is to Is eO the BmIO, t ( tU
res e d oa Jam. 1 nesrt. empire's edJtioa I' iL"-
AtM i t m -- tlde. has two ehIldma, was evil war ed the gIemnu w Iq
D). 14.-- C. Iler. be s her Klugaead. wee J. toreJ to appolat a he SO~ mr- l I
b*r, st Lk elt wt 5 there making toe to with asweepe adat d tsratlve pelroa I
at a Wea dar la the *S'. im h Gve time writ to try to resr order All the aforde
ti rei hsEaE |M e B aem 'g- 3 s5, a mentheWr Sl- ta tisen pmisE-e5 *a* be s phaeo ed
sa t Ie doubtful w etl h was t ho 4 bth by bea't ajer hI emas-I*.d
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IMBER 15, 1905


WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH.

Could Not Leave Burning Home and
Bones Were FoOWd In Embers.
Co>iumbus, Ga., Dec. 14.-It was in.
det ia horrible fate that ovurtowk
Ann tPters, aR.old negro womau in
,irard, A&a. She was nearly 9u )varsi
of age and partially parolysd. T.w
Louse caught fire in ason way, and their
times overtook her as she was tr)lng
to imb4)le to the door. The houue and
couLtMas were completely destroyed.
:Skarchers among the ooals and a'.i-
i s aw human ribs projecting from
Loals. A man used a 0oe to rake ouu
th~ remnants of what was only a (fw
mnlautes before a human body, ruom
t u embers. OnutI ht.r arms and bot.
her feet were burned completely off,
and tie flesh was burned off .oe head
and back and the bones were exposed.
The )siltlon of the body Indicated that
she was trying to crawl to the open
door when overcome by the heat.

CHUCKLE CODT NEGRO 144 YEARS

Was Sentenced to Coal Mines For
That Time On Two Charge.
Birmingham, Ala., Lec. 14.--rank
Smith, a n ro. who was sentenced
at Montgomery, Jan. 4, 1905. to serve
a term of 144 years in Pratt mines on
two charge of criminal usault. ea.
capped from the mines. A Qight co.n
table at Woodlawn, a suburb of lir
mingham, arrested a negro for vagran.
cy. 'hen the prisoner showed up in
court he was sentenced by the mayor
to serve 10 days In the street gsg.
lie grinned and chuckled as ehe hard
the sentence pronounced. A Dlrling-
ham detective, who happened to be In
the court room, noticed the near's pe.
cullar manner, and examined him
more clhely. It turned out that the
Woodlawn neirro was Frank iImiti.
lie will be returned to Pratt wines.
where he will continue to serve 'i
sentence of 144 years.

SIX CHILDREN ARE CREMATED.

Father and Mother Injured Trying
to Save Tote.
lubol,. 'Pa., Ike. 14.--HIs children
were burned o diats at iWndtrsy. near
Plunoxeuawney, and \Wil!tum Mur sri
andI wife. thi' parentA, llh thlir two
remalailn children, arr-ly a sti d
with ti: r lives. T'ile alll. of those
burned are: Thoman, 11 )ars, PIearl.
6 years; Grace and Ktiiel. seed 3;
Rachel. Il months, and an lflait, qaed
I months.
BUth the father and mother were
badly barred In attempts to save t*eir
little ones from their bwratai bhew.s

AtlaMa'as 191 ESpetiUe.
Atlanta. Dec. 14.--The 1I90 epoel
lio that is to be held an Atllas will
be discoused agal nexst wel *during
a eco4nd ee4Uag of toe committee of
5. 'e nrb-eoammitter of ve will
*emt -jrlrT Ir !'alter port f thi
eei* for Me purpoee of disaeseinl the
port. Oalrmaa Ales W. Smith of
Mh ea~bc~m itte will retwi to At.
Masi ad will then be ready to reelve
e Ia W of ail members ot lis eom-
mitt... Mr. goNth ia r ated all


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pei Ue 6@l4 AMAbe hel ISAtlauts


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th 1Mm peeeib emmft.adieM.
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rith O mee rt BsrdayTuftswere six
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CAROLINA HONORS

EDITOR'S MEMORY


Lionument to Mt-mory of Gon
zales Unveiled.

FELL A MARTYR TO FREE SPEECH

Shaft li of Granite 25 Feet High, Rest-
ing Upon a Bass 20 Feet Square,
Giving It a Total Height of 40 Feet.
Imposing Exercises.
Columbia. S. C., Dec. 14.-Alamos
within a stoue's tarow of tae plac',
where he fell mortally wounded on
Jan 16. 1903, within the shadow of
S~uth Carolina'd capital and on the
widest thoroughfare of the city be
loved so well, a beautiful monument
was Tuoeday unvetled to the memory
of the late N. U. Gonzales, tae late
editor of The dtate, who, nearly tree
yc'as ago, lttll a nartyr to frte st we'h
and the liberty of thu press.
Thlre had beon erected a temporary
stand around the nionumnunL for the
accommodation of sit'clally invited
gutsts. 'About this stood a large
Crowd of citizens, w.io bMld gather i
to pay trtlute to tIe decreaed journal-
1t., soldier and citlzen.
Lu'ate'd upon the stand were meam
bert of thIL, Ooazales Monument as
suclaolun, members of the Ldie'
Auiliary as.oelatlon, members of the
family of the dcceared, local and vis-
iting editsft and the clergy of the
city.
Atmbers of the Columbla chamber
uf commtueree,-,Kliiht of Pythlas, or
Itanilalions ol wblh he wae a mep .
b,'r, '.,A Typograph italon rteployes
to the newspapers t5 attended
in a icily)
The si orrlis s w d witW
rnr ly y Irhop I )n oCapers.
LJ-l#pol1nl Idj1.lop o10 \ ose of
South ('itri'llna. follow e hymn,
"MNy (',iiittny. Tis Oft tendered
by a e I letd ebolr, A a ddres
by Mr W. A ('lark. prialdint of the
(hl.tin, ie.l lioillnitiln aaaorwitioa, the
uo li lllnle it was formally unveiled.
11ev. samuel M Itallth, pastor of the
Virat I'rco-hylIrlan c.iurch of tls city,
dellvertJ an oration appropriate to the
emc~caloss.
Tin caus, thr formal dillvery of
the moniioent lIy Mr ('iark ti tMayor
T. H Olhbl, who rvlveivd it In behalf
of the city, with a spe "rbh of accept
Race.
The ceremonies were aosed with a
benedcttiu tby HKr. W. C Undsay,
pastor of tiae irat I~aptist rhurci of
Coumbits
The monument ti a granite bsbat U
fe .ilgh, ritilneil upn a i"e 20 t t
sqIure, giving It a total height of 0
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Eild, 140ss00 Offle.
Dilsy. Cons is.It I -AIon eectif
held he,. o Tiaay (' olu : A i1, barts
was rlowtv Ifly. o a. anDi T' (1 Its.
woos@. W M. Teem. 9O P 9h p.' n sn4
T X I e'P%,, were elortd c n''t
me -w "Oven sehnal Irdwsfeefor Xil1
.Jay institute &fib ., a IPoeece. le
eyfive Oper rout of Me. voters eat
b'siliehssepros, f rpeonvesf tathe grealtr
foarto nth#e preisearly and bwlasetso.I
?tercs of lb. town. wiltNO In eisetial
M5e AbTo etihlk*

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lbe Peionube Telepheme ~SOM.
so led"Oftdes l01001uMA lhft
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0,Jbp a" Organistion Sweep.
p ,tefrythiDg at the Capitol.

W" 8 A COMPLETE VICTORY
,' *Uotwltstanding That There Was Op.
position, the President Favored
S Those Appointments Recommended
by Those Who Helped the Party.


GAM IN IT


Special to Tbhe Den y u. u
ISrecal to Defy u . are not ver strong by
Washington, Deember 14,.-The" n V tan
.ames of Hoo. Walter Robiaoa for habit; overworked people
register and Hon. Henry S. Ohabb tor are weak in some func-
receiver of the United State land of-
fleeat Gaineville to suaoee them. tions from exhaustion or
selves were sent n by the President theirsurroundings. Scott's
for confirmation of the Snate today, Emusioncan edepend-
whibeh mesa t reappoiatment of Emulson canbe depend.
these "o aI. ed upon topveitome such
The appolasn of Federal oleern conditions. It is a won-
In Florida have boe made In acornl.
nse bltb bshe dorsment of the or. derful food for a mother
proved aepbliea party, of whieb and child.
MOMn,. Roblasoa and bhubb of Galse,.
i 0a:d J. N. Co abs of Apilabloeahil SCO TT a BOWN, 4"* Paros N m Yortk.
of the National Republiean "
oitee, are the recognized leaders. HUMPTY DUMPTY.
This is considered a great victory for
the regular organisation, since there A Novel Attraction at the Opera House
has arise opposition to the endorse- Saturday Night.
aoeateof the orpanlsation. On Satorday right the fairy panto.
2the ma teppo wm s th Prelr. mime of Humpty Dumpty, with the
1emattero withMerBs. Great master of fanny slowns. George
|bb% chairman of the met H. Adams, nl the title role,will bo een
miste; 1. N. ( oomb asthe opera hose. This prodtesloo
09o Allen, M. B. MeFarlame, J. I. e ao o oed oe
ChOosy and Postmater GCo. W. Bean Ia etmbinaIion of comedy, opera,
of hy pad. The whole questtn o Tvaodeville and pantomime by a oorn.
of Tamps. The wholeuesion of pny of twenti artists of note.
Fie(a appointment was considered,
L mappol that the ou ansorld ion The most noted of the vaudeville acte
result that the organistion a
stored with every resogmends. Is has of"Ev," she wonderful mys-
tio. ery, delineatl a the birth of woman
out of ipaee and within full view of
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB. the sdlenae. This ate is one of the
mostooted now before the American
intrasting Meeting Was Hold Monday poblij ad Ih a most marvelous poe
at Home of Mrs. DaIJ. format an Itself.
Mg ,Dee. l1th. the Twentieth Maasier Layton having the interest
(O0irkOal b hold a delllntful m o. othe thestre.goll public at heart,
tas heom of Mrs.a W.M. Dale. ha b ot forget that a lean, ofIelet
t hee ho meont a good f r pr.antle.sand op.tsodate performance never
Ter waf t pee t ra em rod rip ent falls to attreat and his preset perode-
ti of thale oal mem eNhip i So of Humpty Dampty ha Ia its
aiA roi.oel a oll r di Peith oe- *fi bre the very esestals of relonembt
Ihln latoletlnaa ao u 0hdIi eo-
Wia. Aftr a harmoealer aGo of humorlad artiesolaplendor.
as the riae,. Mae. 0Sugh, mai
inlglae the chair to Mre. Bea k, who Aine
vpa qsaer of the literary program on The private ear of Division Superin-
l ease ioo. tendon Hal A Ford of the Atlantie
Iarsertafallil pape were ead as Cooas Line, No. 810, basr Jst beon turn.
ts. ab "Mosow, she Holy City," ed out of the High Spr ing shop
It by M l Ooleloeghi "Trosure after a shoroesg overhauling and
of We Kremlin," by Mrs. J. (qA tQld; repairing, sad is now a "thing of
'"1s'al in Resla.," by MMrs ., B. beauty." The ear was brought to this
0slpia; "The Orhbodogx rleul city Wednesday, where the elegant
Okatch," by Mrs. Teab. t.r t wsj lfuraltare and furnishings were re*
the table4alk oe the ObltIbth teaos placed sad loperimteoodns Ford may
ad ftltvale of Russia, oomapling a aow feel asared that he has one of the
inom Instroatlve and interesting pro- haadsomet asd most modern ears of
gra. the iraSt stem.
On New Year' evnoina the olub will This ar was the old "Intorlaeheo."
give a beastitl reoptloo and Roussia parlor ear formerly in service on tb
te. The arlore of Mrs. Florida Saothera railroad, whon that
Daloe's nw SIb I e appropriately read wa a narrow-tage. It was bollt
decorated aa a osieaslos. epeially wfUh a vie to comfort and
The ladies will aflWtk Ij l u seeo. venalnce and is lrge and roomy,
urnm, and as far as possible the eas- containg all the eovnaleesol of a
tomes aNd oeremoies of that country home.


will be observed. Oommaltees for this
function will be appointed by the press.
dean and published at a later date.
REAL ESTATE STILL MOVES.
O. B. Orawford old to M, A. nneimto
Property In North Galneoasl


Real estate is still active la thll ity
sad suburb and almost day there I
some record made of a tMraer.
The latest transaties involves val*
able property la Irh OalaeinL llle,
0. B. Onraford bhaili aeld to Mlle
A. Bleaet a par of what is keows
as the oid teobseo farm 0 the
reok ruead also a three-Or pplat
Wlb he m o tly purehaned from W.
L Campbll, North Oalmtlle.
Iahb proprte are valuable and it is
Vadentood that Mr. Raanett will im.
pme them at one. The Ins men-
timd aludr3 ba a aood, eoNtortable
hoe. bet this will be renovated aad
taproed,.


Low Ratm to New Orwian and Repurn
-. Via Atlantic COoat le.
The AdaMs eOoQut Lin aaaoeaem
* tt It will I Ustakes from all paint
aSlls aetoNewOrisa.r La.. ad
mm seo Dember 2r.3S, I,. as
m b e4 ow -e k r fl s tarn, paut a
omI the etd trp. Fnal Itmit
i m l eW boe Jsamnary h, 1i0,
a o e which pemager

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Failed.
All eloris have failed to Sa a bet.
ter remedy for ooahs, soMe and loag
troubles than Fokley* Seg ad Tar.
ItMtops th& eoosh, bqtm the luag ad
pront" s serle igerthe fIrm a colM.
J. N. Patterns. ashsa, Iowa, writers
"LaAt whter I Ma bd eold on my
lanp ad tld at lat half a dae
adverledl cmb mredim and ld
treatme t from two pblis witb*.
*eS rmUs ay beofl A tred -re-
eomansded Foley' Iloesy ad Tar
aad two-thblrds of a bottle aeed me. o
seUide is the g greatest eeo s ad hlng
meadtola l the world." J. W. Me*
Oall e& Compay.
Ot DiectryPFrS Iale.
We hbe a member of eopis of
Ihsa'OCyt Directsy for sale as The
Ue sW.- Ist i a h edy resume
bok rw -bsi- m ad pirM awml-
WmeIN gvf dohe naes of u Metssb
with meat Sd sumbe. PIs, L.
A Guereutesd Owe Pw Pies.
ltkls. bMod. bbalt,. pearudi a
P ik& ase sols albeulandbeto s.
1ud n owWPAW % OINTMU?
Mbi a mInsI "bsdo&O ft.


MOTHER
AND CHILD &.
Let the mother take
Scott's Emulsion fot thec
two; it never fails to
benefit them both. O00
can eat foritwo, but nour-
ishing two is a different
thing. It calls for a de-
gree of internal strength
that the average woman
lacks. People of luxtrv


Millions ruh la mad chase after
health, from oe extreme *f faddism
to aotber, whie, If they eould only
et good food, sad keep their bowels
restlar with Dr. King's New Life Pill.
their troubles woal all pas away.
Prompt relief ad quiok oure for liver
and eusa h trmoble. o at all dru
s rtorwa; lme dd.
Premioent Plaielew Dead.
altimors. Dec. 14 .-4als MeLaer .
a promlseat lnasIert aUd lpltaat
f this iCty. uacle of tko lts Mayor
Robert M. MeLase, died today at the
a of 8 years of a coNplicatlon of

Cered Parastae.
W. F Batty, P. O. Troe, Texa.
writes: My tir bead been s seriag
Ive yesrwith pasWlpte in ber arm,
whbo I mw penaded se we Dallamt
S-ew Iiaiesit whis ebad ber al.
ritht. I have ab ead is ftor
mesa, fusibli sad Skia eraptios.
Itd 4oeheO wi." BeM by W. M.

J ases. wd P W Own
The SebA Air LiMta seiaoe baf*
he p r eso* beoween Waise
aTemp aes sw teb s Wal as
ameft W* i,


I cre Ipv mev q mAl a. SM la aS.
Id &cretsW. WR fC SesL Y'

TA.l IL UiIALLqy~ +


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,WILL &. -r A.URit

M to W*p Wa Aarient Demand
For Neoa CetWa tlmat.
Atatae, D a. n14,-PeaO dt tirvi
40s6 of thi sbthCra ottoa ailodli
1Wt left Taueby at WoqC for WN
1 ,city, twrm he goes to aadrm
Ls *ouaerr Bodeotry of 'l4e Ydt
'" it annual baquet Weaeeduy
*eatmiag.
Mr. Jordan will speak to the. pout
eanm of Now York of the oondltbt
la the south, and epeciall of O&
p.rt farmers' uaommnt, tagvng them
On* Idea of what the Southern Cotton
iio-eation haa acoempllahed/toward
increasing the price of cotton. His ad-
dmst promises to be one of tao to-
tares of the big bouquet.
On his return Mr. Jordan will stop
la Washington and bel fight
againstt the passage of the Lovering
resoltion, introduced In congress Mob
day. This resolution, which was pre-
eated by Congresman Loverlng of
Maschiusetts provides for the issue
of a second report on the cotton rop
by the department of agriculture on
JaL 10, on tao ground that the recent
eslnmate was Inoerrct.
Mr. Jordan says that the resolution
Is a vicious one, and that if It should
pas congress it would have an unfor-
tMate effect, a It would ,ad the coun-
try to believe that congress coant
Wed the recent rewt a false one.
JOHNSON A4N CARrER TATL
They Are Confirmed Respectvely as
Federal Marshal, Distrlet Attorney.
Washington, Dec. 14.--The senate
as, byt unanimous vote, confirmed the
Nominations of Hon. F. C. Tate to be
distrtet attorney and Hon. Walter H.
Johnaoa to be marshal for the nortnecn
district of Georgia.
No Republican members opposed Mr.
'Tte either in the Judiciary committee
or In the senate.
The list of confrmatlons follows:
Janme Kellogg, Louisiana, consul at
Colnm, Panama; Thomas B. Van
orAe, Ohio, consul at Rosario, Argen.
tie Republic.
Attorneys Paris Carter Tate,
northern district of Georgia; James H.
Tialey, eastern district of Kentucky;
Retben D Hill, western district of
Kentucky.
Marshals Walter H. Johnson,
northern district of Georgia; James H.
Judkins, middle district of Alabama;
George W. Long, western district of
Kentucky.


CASTORIA
Far Ibata en Ohll m.
Thu KW YN Hh AM"s hBt
ears th


Covington Choosee Mayor.
Covlnoon, Ga., Dec. 14.-I- A.
Olarke won the mayoralty race
aalanst Ooloael Jamee F. Raers by
a majority of 123 votes. Mayor-elect
Clarke Is to be perhaps Ootngton's
youngest aayor, as he l not yet a
years old.
In Mad Chae.


For eneratlai
r Panaces)h been t
for health against dis
rector of femolo diso
tonal duties. Many
unfailingly successful
,now sa it under an ]
This guarantee
price ,fa b,'tle. jG
w lW t, ,s it c nd ts
R.-ud what Mrs.
mo h happy to say
you sarl it wou
ties, and I fce
gandest e enal
cured me en*
This is theonr
SStat a f w h
confidence,
Parac) is
mR aold. Try


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a G0. F. P. (Gers le's Pae'
ousands of women in the bte
.uly marvelous medicine a cor-
a .o nature i its prper fne-
,ians recommend it, and It is so
ng i.3 purpo eC of health that we
e of relief or remind your money.
. w:7,,t to refut4d the purchasM
'1a f'e ale Panacea) to anzywoman
its use.
,hn, of Esias, Mis., says: "Iam
,.rmcat dii us3 what
.:GCa on:y t:irca bot-
, i'a. It is the
v. : tl h|as


rc-nca
nL(& fur.~:2o rz~xcudy
~t Any Druds 's
,dicine Co..
Yg, Tenn.


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Table ia **oet April 14, 106.


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Daily Inwrobedisse Points
IA~lp I mlrra, fjbekson, 1 )

U12 p Wayerom, kvaL, B'uaisrnok, lo)Ip
Daeft Atlanta all Pais*s Nos~b, a woo
Sigoals, I *
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Many a



f Lovy
lasted b wr etebidfi
she oiso codfl
life. Not
r of slight fe le
ennin, and wisb~in tg
doctor examinateo
ws a slighttroubletobecM.
)ped or chronic as to A U
pair the purpose of e
an's life-tht of love, Bn .
motherhood. -


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FIT.
FLORIDA, DWIrNflhER Is1.~ 905


-4- TISON "lSAW THE BEAkR."
I Y ftW OUt Jumped a B g Antial in San Felaisk
YAR Hammock o Recent Hunt.
h"- ..P. M. Oi;:vr and lr (; rd,,n B.
Tison returned Tborsd tT 'rni a three.
i,' Was the Order lade at; I dy hunt in e wild- o' -'nI r,.,, Jacka ville Eeting. I han .-n 1,. and report hil: hn
M4~W exitin r.. iLeri t 4 r,,,i hunt
k 8*' OV. FLEMING HONORED e when Dr. Tior cotr-Ii a lrge
hear in the hamiok. With dliber-
Sat aim he discharged the conteiits of
s. Elcted Major-General of the Bboth barrels of a shotgun at bruin, but
P:orida Oivision, and Announcement the shot being eatmll, were ineffeotiTe.
Created Enthusiasm and Long The animal was wounded. howe-wer, as
Obeers-A Fine Meeting. Dr. Tison states tlht I e rearel high on
S"bi otoTheSun. his haunehes, battered a lotdt groan,
e e Dand made a retneat a fast as his loeg
JkloaTvillle, December 14.-Ex.- could carry hig.
4wnroor Francis P. Fleming, at the Merar. Oliver and Tion killed a
eeting of to* Confederate Voeteral s f quantity of small game. such as qoul',
ltoy, was eleted Major-General of squirrels, *te., and altogether the
ahe Florida Division, and the an. e iy h boan wa a most gijoyal', Ine.
neeoeement was followed by long and W. 0. JOHNSON, Oruggist,
vigorousor hee. ov g itU rloria, Tortur of a Preacher.
Oflnaville wae selected a the place The story of the torture of Rev. O.
formbtlnag next year. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED D. Moore, pastor of the Bpptist church
'Lto eunio bas been a mott pleu- '' of Harperevile, N. Y. will interns
Sit and beoefioial one. Confederate vOt ranm were County you. He sayr "''I soufferd agonis, I
Clerk 8. H. Wienlge, Captain John J. because of a perlsitent couiigh, reoIt-
NNWb OF CITY AlD Thompoon, Major John W. Teneh, Mr. ol from the Tgip. I had to sleep sit-
(OO) TY CODENDSED and Mrs. T. L. Boolwar, Mr. and Mrs. ing up io bed. I tried many rem-
W. M. Pepper. Moers. WiengesD edles without relief until I took Dr.
Ohas. Roberson of Archer wu a vis- Thompon Teeah aod Boalware are King's New Discovery for Consump-
ier to the ity yesterday. veterans of the Civil War and have a Iioa, Ooughs a d Oolds, which entirely
fine record to theirpredi. They went cured my cough and saved me from
p1 W. Stephens of Alaehua spent to take active pan in the ceremonies. consumption." A grand core for die.
y Iterd inla hisoftyon borinoes.- W. T. Jones, who for a number of eased conditions of throat and lonos.
Iwsph Niblack of Fort White made year has been a resident of this city, At all droagistsl rice( and $1 00,
eville aboslanes visit yesterday. hravin bna Idenified with nrloos guaranteed. Trial bottles re.
ee G. 8. Merchant this morning if grooery etore ln the capacity of ale- A Haidsome Case.
you wat some fine, fat young chiek. man, and for the paua few months pro. A handome ew il 'timan
ea. prietor of the Gainesville Pressing showeso has ba ,ite, i 'dm
Obua. M. Dell and Steve Cullen of Olob, has aeepted a position ao man-. srhow e h 8. Bodiford le
Bfasp were among the visitors to ager of the commissary of the Dutton a r* of J. ade oI this citR
4laI1nevll)e yesterday. Phosphate Co., near Lake Olty, and ex- cqual toe was h nf thie kitd whih
'W. ., A. W. and Frank G. Gallet of pleta toasome the position at ooee. could have been produced in the
Jaloouville were registered at the Mr. Jones ha proved himself to be one Unted St8ets.
Broo House yesterday. of the most popular saleemen lothe city There is o se or no policy In rsod.
or Sale-A desirable uburban and hilervicel have alway ben In la money to the manofacturer in
.4ome; ity water; modern saoen- demll d. While the people ofa Oin other etionse of the country fer work
c laee. Address X. R., this office. ill rulelre le to lad h imseIlf ad fam of thle elaMs, espeally when the qoal.
A. Nine, who ca.m here from wq t L rm mush. l:u n their new I is als fine alid the pri lower tha
West Virginia about year ago, has hom. others, considering the freight.
.oeepted a position as salesmea with
A. M. Poornell & Son. / Williams Sentenced. If theo aby il Cutting Teeth
Friends will regret to learn of the William F. Williams. the Pensacola Be sure and le that old and well-
IUnlesiof Mrs.F. M. Prewltt as her murderer,r was sentenced on Tuesday tried remedy, Mr. Winslow's 8oolb.
4Tme t Easi Gainesville, and trut afternoon by Judg Carter. to life Im. int Syrup. for children teething. It
tat she will soon be oat again. prisonmeat. Judge Carter's sentence, soothes the child. softens the tmes,
L. 0. Sibley sad R. B. Tyre of Me. which reviewed she ease ad the v. allays all palo. cous wind colic and is
ile. .l Lbly od, we. B.r iN thoe oI. idM o latroduoed at the trial, was the beat remedy for diarrhoea. Twen.
Saln to as c eterd a They liseed to with rapt attention. ty-five oentos bottle.
SA ono t buis nely onneterd with e Is had little effect upon the prisoner,
es onncted wit however, who sat unmoved, and who Death of Rev. Posey.
lateld States land offce. ool0sioally smiled as the court would Rev. J. W. Posey, pastor of Mi. Car-
T. R. Piekets of Newberry was o the remark upon the crime. mel Baptist Church, oilored, died very
1ity yesterday. He was en rouse home Whoe a life eseteaee was passed, the soddenly at his home on West Chureh
ofliorJalkonville, whre he wasll c ed prienoer only maid: 'I have no reeol. street Wednesday night aboot 9
AB important boeelose. Mr. Pickett I Ieeston of killing either John White or o'elook, of heart failure.
-. manufactorer of lumber. Edwi.,lDansby. They were the best Deeased &te a hearty supper and
J. Lee and Henry Stokes of Mies* friends I had la the world, and I woold was sitting in his study reading, when
aopy were among the business visitors rather have killed my mother than he complaeind of a weakonss about the
b tbhe city yesterday. They report either." heart. In a few moments he reeled
.i.W en, commercially and otherwise, Williams was employed as a clerk from his chair *a l fell to the floor,
iHttle qouiet around Mieaaopy just in the store of John White when he where he lpireil before medical lid
a ow. eommolted the doable murder, could reash him.
J. Mason Tison, formerly of this city BecomlaI Intoricated and believing The funeral was held Thursday af.
S, anow serldlntat Otla, le on a visit he had been wronged, he shot the pro. terocon, Lad wasL *e0 attended.
e hi parlste, fr. and Mrs. W. 0. prietor dead, then torsed he revoelver A Record reaker.
Im, and friends here. All are lad upon Daaeby, a fellow clerk, killlla
Le him. He report Orala very hima, nd afterward shot Jame White, It Ie said that theigristeeiand quolk
Ivlb a thlie sees. the lso of the proprietor. permn at ort ouerete. Cao
M-s. Pi! Marsnlll and daughter, Couohth Spell Oaued Death. Catlartek, which have bee prlo (tei
..,.. e Reed o.1 Pistelbs, PI., ar in e oU )0 rde, crhie i t( hat oniooI
.41 SL,, a ef Mrs. la. Em. L. O. "Harry Dslkwell, aoed 5 yesr., y advrted in every way, bot shoiel
d4ni. Thoe ospoet r. ei i ls cLoked to de.t aly yoetl oerda4 mer- la nwpper for a 5oo rt y ern. hI
ti for ev eral w aesad 111 Iag at hL m ii she p 1eee le' Lt hat tile tohe sle* o Cesrete h
ci --p ar r t she tali M ollMoo. wifoe a- ehild. He oareetted a slight 15. frm n-otlhlng to orer eO mJ
ua ae eea e cld a0i feow days a go &id paid 1But Iltl lllc b oa a month. Thi wedrifall
O iLke d~Itbrtst o f a e n o oto it.l Yeltrday elorsalg elled is the result of reas merit e*
-heltoe wae wised with a Is of ou g g efd lly a sde kowon. The who
wl, ; sid ass r LSut3alaroe force i .ed Cbea rms s dir S reeli o
,hwie sfor llin, buoer ttli bes .c moode d sahea a* l to tlhr i fried,
rlbe *euM arrive saUther **gh easi ise fame wa spI ed to bec-m
s a spell* eme e and Deiwell dild hem *io*ei*
a it~lid l al, eq sssl0 .-a-. Loie Globe leNo _
el M teseetoM s meetings uiM, .o em IeLr Is. 190." Hn ed'.
ftttst a ab* a e, i sid I. d by W. K.H E A T I M.
,,h idt Os an -i te --S O
*. eMealiad. T methicg s- *a. As se lass meetil of Oalaeevllle


4Mw 00dctbuM oM mOcM LM OfsdpML 41.F&A. the lo leW.
PONNW ef0 sieSy MAd pered a gseft ewere eleWted f or t e el._____
mjs~incmse.Imumw, V.3. 3m..W. U.; D.
A W IL Ih at Abdm a 0Who;B.; I. T.shaler. i ofsrim f scdWeed
*I* ,.sAS die5W0 I J a. 0-Vs 5-. 0.m IesooUig flog"eJistSOe&s.
~ Ut. ~.is b 5.sUkfto. ainmss. A P.915w Tbo Ma#a 6 aeofheb" akeSAd
dim Mr. lrc w b a
of the ~ ~ of be b. some= nm. bee -

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a" m -m0 w, 60
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Worth


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Still to Be So


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It is only once
Fresh Goods,


in a lifetime
New Good-d


that you can buy
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Goods at the Factory price.


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CHARLES BLU & CO.,.
l-DIALENI IN--
yllWi Whkisl, Wines
/2^wm^\ ^,,| Lluwn


Agents fear dobt UlwBs eer
prt, Pe b dl 10 16oI, 1.
le0deo.per $,04u 0 pr Io. 01.00
Jews.. S iMW 68i 1$rt Swe
For bbl, 10 des. Of d.r d es.I.
We pay fright or express charges
on the following liquorat:
LMWIS 166, Any Above ivsrythIl Is
thp Whisky Line:
4( ful quarts........ 5
IItull quarto ...... .19 7
SLUN'S SNONAD1, i@ Years Old:
4 fallqu a....490
19 fall qwrAta 00...1.21 00
EARLYTIMES, PK @SWr Oa Whisky:
Peelbi hb ed Vebv Omina Uepw hm
2 full quarts...... .100
is full qtis .. 40

12 fuI quarts. ..00 o
Kum~s snul,!1 IN,
4o to q mtr b 3 So


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6% ahe Poet oNA0 M 4 e, mNOr~t .,M
T''.'- as ee-elassm a .
SL.M. McCRO ARY... .rBit Publiher.
W. WASHLEY............AAeoCiate Editor.
8 J Is8E BUP .............City ltor.
LOUIS J. BPtSMBT. enO' Traveline Agent.
T. I. P lrlW I1T... SPt. Composing Roomr.
O CI: PORTER BLOCK.
10 W, M street, s. T"LEPHOxN 434
-- lkltv sux, published every morn lug ex-
4ls4rpe. delivered by carrier in the city, or
Ui oraty part of the unitedd States, postage
~MlSs5a year:; s.5o ail months; 1.25 three
,' MM!i or o0 cents for five eeks-etrictly li

di'*. I n notices in local column so ats a line
+1r SArt insertlon, and 5 cents for each dditioWl
, beerton.
I( Rates for display advertising made known on

The Twice--Week Sui ida eigktpage, forty-
otmsl paper, published every Monday and
Thursday, and conatens al the news of the
week, local, State and gerrl, and will be
a/ledd, postal ree, to any pt of the Voued
Obstes or fcmand, for S.aoo a year-ln mavance.


Atl advertling bill become due after frst
-pmarace of avertiamenat, unlcs otherwise
tLlpulated in cotradt. Parties not known to us
will be required to pay for advertising in ad
S ONe. Address, TH DAILY BUN, *
o*Wna"v Pt-. .
The sooner Russal gets some of those
S doves at work the better it will be.

f a man don't read the papers he
is not allowed to sit on a jury in Can.
ads.

, The assertion that Santa Claus is
S making his farewell tour is without
the least shade of truth.

S The Senate stand pet on $11,000,000
for the Panama easal. This great
body of statesmen mot have over.
looked the press saet.

S I was announced by telegraph
SWedaeday that a train was wrecked
Sto Alabtma by leaving the rails. Is
S queoetly torn out that way.

The grand Jury of Marloo county, ln
i ts eeal-asual meossa, asks that the
4M1 t ake some steps toward build.
,g a new oours house or rent a good
*Sable.

e get the Obristmas trade you have
to Invite the people to come and
yoo. People don's like to go where
are In doubt as so whether they
wanted.
oew battleships that have re.
boa nteted have proven to be
h In their running qualities.
Should have it understood that
M o building ships for the Rue.


-Gy4eineraln l Moody has or-
laa mlkwumfmant l f the Elkins


No handsomer speciall edition" has
appeared in recent years than that of
The Gainesvlle Son issued a few days
ago. It is a gem.-Tallahasee True
Democrat.


rebates. If the Ekin law The Industrial Edition of The E
sy good In this line. there (laloeille Sun i a credit to Brother "
a b bbunh sof apologies com. nMcCreary and Gainesville. Nothbiry
Uoele Stephen. nlor could have been gotten out ary*- _ mi
t W here -Levy County Advocate. nt
lees cotton man of Waco,
was berosd to death In his of- The Inluetrial Editkin of The
that *Ity Tuesday. Had he tGinesville iun is iey attractive and
%to hs elty there would have givrr much usefl nd Interating in-. i
see ea-ato for a fre nl his office. formatio copeernoin Alaohua county
Is so plage like Florida. and (ainueaill, the future Athens of
_-r --... .. Florida -Cocoa and Rockledge News. LatU e F S rp
who oome to Florida from Pa, tg to t
sadw orodo find the l1l. The Industrial Edition of The
hBlis Iaie mneh to their llkiag. ('ai"eville oun was one of the beet in The nCW latlVi. Doe
ito e beat aeerreil that Oan our opinion that hs ever come from a no gripe or auseate.
l,t and It les rprisltl the Florida pres. We like is le and Cures sto ach and liver
u o ne elves from arrangement amn the work is good t0OUb, and chro oki CamO
fro the first t, the last page. (Gld. et tion b, retorlat thI
-rother MeCreary '--The ussis Lakel
r, : ion a ralactionofthestom-
t was elected Regiona ach, liver and bowels.
Thea Republi can The Industrial iton The Faor le by J eaa dm A (
l ndidae, but he got Galoeovile Sun. a copy of which has .. _
tar of mines drwin a reached us, is a mainifldent publie"- M AiWNSL
ent i i hv s to hve tion of whieh the advantagee1 ofs
sutr pri a'teilen Ualaeeville and Alachua county are
sirprineir les.. ..........

Fort hero, News is now on its How's Thisr
rd year of elsitenee and ) dging We oB*rOe Hund~d Ind llare re. Lae l m s r rP "s
Sthe appearasoo of it advertising ward for any rew oi eltarrh that aa. m
elemnai it ie doing a consdorable not be cured by 4all's OCtarrh Oure
m than "euletlsag." The News is a F J. Cluas & Co., Toledo, O.
taelass paper, deoervies a good pat- We. the undelrsigtd. have hoe F.
siage. Iall know that a live paper. J Chesey for the las1 I are., and be.
Wl4 patuoelied. ladkeatel a live towa. lroae him perfetly hoorblO is all
-- -.s berems treneetionse ad flaasebual
VpWe es am ed t oor Co.. able to rry O ot any obligat ios made
WFrank, Frak Olark, will give a by his Arm. b
ad am mest b lm r while is WaLDIne. 13naX A &M .rt. "At.1 _m-Ar
W aMU M. He Is a worker. and he Whoeblese Di ta. Toledo 0.
am"s O y blew ems. a He* is ear. IaI&% Oftebt OM nI takeb latbw. __ _
4 she ei ~al t ofsttemens thea sally, nDag dlnlyy ,p& hde bleed b 5 i
4 aoi we be amet for a asti sme, Iad m es" 0a0 0the
d4 beshe LambiiIs e d e thisga. notI Te SS Puls
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The people of Columbia. 8. ., 0.. and l( t or be l e-4
the people of the whole South. wort.-eidpths Enterprle.
State contributing, unveiled a hand--
some monument Toeday. Dee. 12th, The Indeetrial Edition of The
to the memory or of N. 0. Oosales, Oainelnvlle ios, published for, alreuU
the editor of The State .o tht' eity, tion at sth State Fair, is oertalalJ a
who nearly three years ago was shot most eredltable paper and abows
down in cold blood bl Lleut.-Governor Ga0inev1lle aol Alachua county up Ian
Tillman, following controversy grow- floe light. Alachoa county with. -ft
ing out of editorial utterances. fertile lande, taagRifleent timber, mial
The monument stands on one of the eral depOle, and wealth of lndoatral
most beautiful thoroughfares of the enterprise, is a principality within ist
city, and ii forty feet in height. The self and Is The Ddily and Weekly 80o
fund to erect the monument was raised it has a moot faithful and diligent es
by popular subscription, contributions poneot. Than Senator H. H. NeOreary
coming from every county in the State. and his newspaper there are few Mee
Editor Goosales was loved by the peo- or enterprises tht have trlib ted ao
pie for his uprightness, his patriotism largely to the splendid development of
and devotion to his home city. He Alaehua county. It ss but simple jug.
was foonJer apd first editor of The twice that he should hold a bhgh plaeln
State, and for twelve years he wielded the esteem of his fellow-ehfirsee aid
the pen on that paper with credit to that his newspaper, to whleh he baae a
himself and the people. ready devoted many of the boet "ear
His untimely death cast a gloom over of his life, should be deeply roote in
the entire State, and the following, their affeetions.-Macon Telegraph.
which is inscribed on two sides of
the monument, shows the kindly sen. Midshipmen' Minor Merlwether is all
timent of the people of his.home city: right. He is made of the right set, aa
Great Editor, the following remarks by him regard-
An Eminent Citizen, log the verdict in his case will show:
An Honest Man, "I am more than happy that the court
Without Fear and Without Reproach. martial has declared that I am not
HIs Fellow.Citizens Rear guilty of causing the death of Midsbip.
This Monument man Branch. I do not feel that my eno.
To Perpetuate His Memory. enee is unjust and I intend to spend
Simy time In hard work so that I may
And these lines by J. O. Holland: make a record in the navy that
"God ive us men. will cause people to forget my part in
A time like this demands this ed afair "
Strong minds, great hearts, true faith .tisi____
and ready hands,
Men whom the lust of offieoo does not I U|
kill; II PEP IA
Men whom the spoils of ofee cannot I
buy; we t *
Men who possess opinions and a will; o.m"" snygn, ent fr t
Men who have honor; men who will so** f eof
not lie; IN oAo I s odM
Men who can stand before a dema. .ase a*u st o mn r x. J.
gog neum M, Meer t. JmI cnt. X..
And damn his treahoeronu flatteries 5"a rofb
without winking; I T5t0ow114
Tall men, sun-erowned, who live above
the fog;
In public duty and In private think- m m

For while the rabble,with their thumb.
worn creeds,
Their large professions and tbeir little
deeds, F C1'7 .
Mingle n selfish strife-lo! Freedom US ee l t. O
weep", abief|M8a u | i n N.M V .m1
Wrong rule the land and walling Ju,- Ae*"
tilee-leeps."- -

INDUSTRIAL EDITION.
That Industrial Edition of The
Osinersille Sun was a hummer. The
Sun has an excellent habit of doing
everything well.-Live Oak Daily Dem.
ocrat.


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S Rye. Gin. Corn. Rum. fPin qty.
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9 w Rye, G Corln. or. Rum. russr fotr ee
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i9 ' Rye Peach and Apple Brandy. JleSi-
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9D N4.00 Per Galon:
9 Vl .oria Rye. SoclaJ Drope Rye. Moe4oMaM
9 k) LEMP ST. LOUIS BEER. ex"D.
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PENETATYS the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tssues,
Sp o a free atltlon of the Blood, giving the Muscl
naturl lasticity.
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Mrs. A. ,pr 500 Crag St., Knoxville
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TUe city of St. August
SIkka ire limit.
The Citizens' Bank
open for business this w
Dr. J. G. Litch of Bo
been made secretary of
,f at Olando.
Malloy Bros. of Perr
the LeFayette county co
S per head per month.
S The-large and hand
grove of Rev. J. T. Sparl
land has been badly inju
There has been a $1,W5
feared for the appreheusio
i, derer of Deputy Sheriff J
san county.
S A report that a mad do
Street of Ocala Sunday
S ood eceoue to not ventu
tena church.
S The express agent at
Stwo looal fishermen have
foI shipping mollet by
properly marked.
Jodge Wall asks to be
qI) lt in the Wilder br(
Pisan Oity, who are to be
Murder of Osar Brannei
he Reunion of the
Vteraos at Jacksonvi
pm dest event in that e
ytls and the enthusia
boads.
The yacht Savalo, w
a6ceod Miami in comi
Ohr)les Thompson, has
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At a meeting of the
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w. s Inaugrated for hold
16 3M08 as lternation
i W .q XiDposition to celel
Su iango of the constrooti
S afU eanal. Reaolulion
S Prredent Brown of the I
Fli were passed provi
preliminary steps.
SThe Board-of Pardoi
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."ItWid T oGMEC Today Go S M ER4HANT 3 1CO
AI Notre Dame PreO.r Wrote Card to I
r U Sheriff Whoe "avgd Woman.
SInJdanapoils, lad.. Dec 14 -For Retallers and Jobbers4n
sending a postal ard adir. I- to H
%rom Various H. Peck,. Official Woman l pitcher,
Stato. ts. Windsor. Vt.," through the mai:t Rob.
Its ital TedVw a llo1 P ro- ert L. Green, or ancy r chemoce esstry
tl" ar \'ery Qulc t 00 at Notre Dame tdversity, was fined g
ANT E VENTS Chke 0 and coa. upo Pa plalD f uilty, $10 and Cos Si and raof lltli
.InProducingaStS*th eWeakto the United Stated district court.
the Feeble and the AnwIMt.
nd of Flowers." In 'Toning up the system of Convaleet The card was ast TO Ii. 1. Peck,
oent from Exhausting Diseases.
n" to Suit the In Cleansing tbh 1latire system. 1bteriff at Windsor, in ctnnct:o, witai SOITH SIDE SWUARE. : GAINE8VI.11,. 1 LoKIDA
of interest touhn t Wrut. P the case of Mrs. Mary Rl ',,es, who righeat market pries paid for Chickens. EgW and other PrAIue(,
Faces of Childre. was executed last llday for the miur.
In Building up em their Little Boe der of her h~abaa4. Ti~' c ,rt,, con.
the Desirahle Pink and White Fleh. a derof her htband. T cr con-
ine ill estab. In Dotting their cheeks wh he ta tned n the nd ent fn against Oomplete stock o Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Mal, oton eed Meal
Color and Dimple that t at Mot r and Re., W. handle only the VERY BE8T goods at the LOW.
Hot aI. Green by thelast federal: dJury T PRICEB and guarantem satifatilon ala~s.
o f M1 ay o w i ll Z a aA s o Oia e e Cars e w a s se n d in g offen sive a n d sc u rrilo u s _P I E a d_ _ _ _ _ _ __la s
of Mayo will Is an tlotidoS ?Bf 22aL Caut d t ..-.... .- ..._..... .. 1117
reek. A o1 toC0 a 1 Vee. literature tLrough the nmais s
To prove I Its Med l eod Mwerts a In extenuation of his offte;se Green ESBTABLIBHZ 3JI 1809.
ton, Mass has Trial Bottle Free by Mall said that the oard was wrt n and
the Y. M. C.A. Will be sent on request. Write by lestt sent op impulse after rea,ling of the
Ozom=talslrCo.,d pBeSt.,l w York. case, without being fully a ,lualuted H I I C O e
y have leased AU Drungiste-Two sla e-4 aan d .-L with its details. _- DE P l, :R. IN-
nvictsat $19 30 _, 1 --- --
liam D. MeNelty, John R Walker, Wants An AWt atNewYork,. E sl ari1d. C O ttO
Some orange Frank Jones and Anirew Estes, who Montgomery, Al. )he t;- kman at Lske. were conviotad in the eirouit cfurt of ernor Jelks, who ls returned from a
hired by fire. Volusia county at the fall term, 1896, the Immigratloo confere,'e in New Sea Ioland Cotton Sed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
)0 reward of. of the murder of Sumpter Jon.i and York, says he will call a mntlng of Le&ther in Strips or Sides.
industrial men and railroail officers in
on of the mur. sentenced to the State prison for life.. feways to arrea a p)an for Ala
rohns of Nas. The reasons alleged in the pardon are a to an agent ita Yor Manufacturers of the ,Tames Doig Implroved English
that haid defendants bad served ta and possibly one abroad. induceSea Island Cotton (Gin, and Supplies for %,11le.
g was on the prison and been of excellent b havior, immigrants to come t wa co GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, US A
t e c m n oftyr o alders that the New Yiri, meeting ,,,_,,
ire out tot- and the clemency of the Pardon Board will be productive of' great l to th, -
had been invoked by numerous citi-south.
lLand and zens of Volusia and other counties.
1)Land and ------ Commission Controls Sidetracks.
been arrested Insurance Man Under Arrest. Raleigh, N. C., D, express not Rouie, Ga., Dec. 14.-G, W. Hallett, prerne court in the case of thi corpo-
a weil.-nowu lu iuralnce nian of RomeU, ration commission nto the p.titti onl olx 1 ooXPomt.la
relieved from with an ottlce in twle Ma.sonic Tvmnip the Round Pine Lumber company vs. E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
others case at building, wus arrested Tuesday by the Seaboard Air UIAe railway, decides of Title ad fling lad th
e tried for the Deputy Shieriff Broaca upon a warrant that the commisloa h as full power to omay.ts of Title ur mand fall Ir hnformatiovd in fthurnished ot thirty len Iandb
triedfortheony. Our manager has lid in this countI irty yeant and
a. charging hilin with Issuing bogus in order the oonstractioo and location of to thoroughly conversant with land titles.
Confederate suranct' policies. The warrant was sidetracks.
lie was the sworn out at the instance of a repre-
ills w the tentative of the Georgia Co-operative Furious Fighting. E E ."V O YiL E
ity for many Pire Insurance company, who came to "For seven yea" write e .
mm knew no Rome to "adeus the los sustained .
m knew no ome to -adjust" the loss sustained "For seven y s" writes (eo FIRB, A IDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANOR. Reply
by the fire wialch seriously damaged Hoffnan of Harper, \sh. .I had a seatiln number of prominent Amerlei anVd Illsh eoompale.
which recently the Echofire sidence on the night of bitter battle with chronic stomach sad REAL ESTATE AND OITY LOAN8.
mnod of Capt. Nov. 12. Through Hallett Echols liver trouble, bme at last I won. and aa.therelo f JlO ida
been around thought that he was obtaining a bona cared myr diteam by the us e of El. __
rk and many fide policy, and applied to the agent trie Bitter. Ialltmdoitatinntly rocom-
immer, cover- who issued him policy No. 1437, ap- the fud there to be d dhout then in the THE |LA IInA COUf T AB AT t n
les. parently in the regular way, for $600, the future to be without themin wonder. UA U A., l
$600 .house. They at *artainly a wonder. IM
9 Tampa city and had paid to Hallett the premkuma. ful medicine, to hae cured uch a bad _._TABltU IU \m
a movement case as mine." Sold under qnaran. The question
ling in Tampa 8ower Gas Exploded. toee to do the seam for you. by all drog. Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
sal Isthmian Chicago, Dec. 14.-One lboy was gIts at 80 a bottle. Try them today. of Title the Land Titl.e in the lMate of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.
brate the be. slightly injured, windows at the We, r Aahonsdny.
on of the Pan. lington and Stratford hotels w.re shat. GUL Mo UK Tid PECIALTIE Aobstracts ef Title.l Tax Kale N.are.heh
ns drawn by tered and several hundred dollars ra.on f o r
Florida State w?rth of electric wiring destroyed this
hiding for the morning by an explosion of sewer gas GULF HAM'lCK, FLA. the investor. Tow, E r..
In the alley just back of the We!!lng-
In the alley just back ofte Li,'etinr Referencems: First National Bank of (laine11vill1. H. F.
o Iembrton hotel, at Jackson Boulevard and eeeJFr o BaoiengDutton & Co., Bankers,
ied conditional WIbabh avenue. A teamster last night Paradil Hunt and Fishing Dton o., Banker.
Ballard, Wil. dumped several tone of soft coal into -- -.
the electric light vault, completely Thih aiLerw T tn'mes ,, and ............. ..... ..
vwlel p or plet. I fir the winter t 'ost
blocking g it. and choking up a vent for o ae b lln.saIdinuse, e
DS' the gas. turk m n omtd l obto d
buast for seeogagiodatiiT of guest* Iildes
n 1 for lisatM aMr sa Gshw rves.
0 U S E LaGrippe and Pneumonia. For ruaw em so e ous address
Pneomoeta often follows lagrippe, MRS. LOULA TH IMAX. Proarietirie.,
LY but neer follows the use of Foley's OWHAN es.LvTIFc.. n.A.
n I S Honey and Tar. It oure lagrippe. -- .-
E I e coughs and prevents pneumonia and J
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refoae ny substitute of* or
DTV ifered. Mr. a. Vasher, 187 Oeood TE NATIONAL FIANCIAL
iI I street, Cblcao. wr.ite.: "My wif. had DAILY NEWSPAPER. .
a -evere cea of lagrippe three yjeers ____
ago and is left her with a terrible U I II fL
R eogh. She tried' boistlei of Foley's a4 Reveals the NewS and Faet. governing
es sad Tar sad is gave immedite F T M MValues, .
relief. A 60.o*nt beetle eored her eou|hr l* *Y-U .
elsly." efos etoi ua y. J W.- Studies underlying causes of Market
oo- .Movement&.
COMPANY oB,.and.er w A. niar. .. a-w T m. -- and Industrial report's.
' eommader of the DIolphi, ha report.- -, HaM complete /tablles of EarningK of
ed to the navy yard Bre and will at Propertis.

be has rellevej. has bees ordered to ISS X1 I &8U S Bonds.
Lwill .a.t attce of *d. sr in Records the last Ma4 of Bondsi and the
.est e.asz ts a wele sal for s w Oar ig ud yield on Investments at the price.
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"' "T4di Warrants Drawn at
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SAmounts PAId to Teach-
COounty.
ire published the oSffal pro-
-L the Board of Poblle an-
qf Alabos eoanty for the
l ending Nov. 7tb, 1M0s:
PhlMncll Statement of the oerd of
Public Inetruct om, Alshua Ooun-
ty. Fleorida, feo t MeMeh nd-
Ing Nov. 1.4,M0.
Boo. S. H. Wles'ea, Olt CIrelit
Cohort, Alasbes O Couty, 1J.
bls Ina ompllauee with l etllon 2,
Chapter 4UM, Law of Florida, we heoe.
Sby le with jyo the following temiled
S ttemeatl of the moeoys reelved and
expod asd warrass Issue d during
theo amth odlng lNov. 7tb, 1905:
C? (No foport from Treasurer),


.WARRANTS ISSUED.
White Teachers.
Arredon o No. 1, Mario Rlehardsol
W .; belle No. 8, J. H.0eno
$118JO, Mary Bersmsreser 572 101 Fair.
banks No. 8, Esllabeoyl Harrisn a 8190
Frahklln No. 7, Anelo Pilde, e 80 90
Laro& No. 8, W H. HMain *61.80
S Lose=d 81 Olti .(10.90; Areber No
10, J.L. Diaskoa OL.80, E. Vera An
demos $0.60;0 Ool Spriag No. 17
Battle L. Bryan $M.0, May Kemaedy
.0D; Islald Grove 1. 18, J. C. Ad.
IA/ IuaMe., rFial Misele M6.06. On
SAdkias 10 90; Sewasmee No. 19, Etke
S Waedlds 41.20; MIeaoopy No. 18, Ana
die Oolllis 91M.0, Oltra M. Saml
S., Uophia Merry 5o.06; Oodwln
0. 3o Ida V. Wiggis 041.20, WilliW
J hilsohO 0.01 Hawthorn No. 21, W
X Ball 1660 Luella Bell 86 06; An
K' oseb No. 22, Jotel Oarleton SO0
a:,'lmbu No. 6, W. H. Oassels I
SaLrLkh Boston 86.01, Dola Wolf W 86 06
Slsldo No. 4, J. H. Oeree, two months
IM0). Edith Baird, two months
.10, elsil V. Smith, one and oae
mootbe, taM08, Nons Konblaok
sliths, $73.10, Olaudia Ambrose
lth, 173 101 OulaevtIllo No. 2
isat. 1t1614.0. T. F. MoPItes
O, Mrs. 0. 0. Powell $61 80, Mari
ge $41 0, Mrs. W. P. Oo1f
Annie Da0oesata 1.10, Beroe
41 A, Naonte Meltoal
Flereno. Balls *41 20, Mrs. Sal
ettoner $41 0. Mabel Samohei
I PFine Cottage No. 27, Jolla Me
I @ 90.901 Loehlooaa No.20, Ma
or 8i 0G, l.dloe Padgetst 0.60
No. 8I, M. H. DoLasd, tw
ef 5147, TO Rone May, two mothe
SMosateooska No. 7?, N. W. Hal
I prlgl Hill No. 40. Hugh I
*41.30 Lcola No. 42, 4Asal
,. S mathe, '$7.10; WIndso
Ii. Mary K. Bailey o 90; Hil
No. 4T, .. T. Alles 118 1 ,
8 O01. Mary F. Barmn KCl
Osrlelo o$ (CIS Omaprllle Nc
V. Swladal 9010| Half Moo
M5. Desal Ford *600; Eloesto
MSY ., Valle Ora* $ 90 S Btokes Nc
i\ 4l,. H. Montgomery W90 01 Oea
',N. 4 lia, hsTitilmaa 17s T Grort
Wat 1No. U. 0. 8willly $80.90; Ti
-i No. e0, Roby Hawkisa $T3.1
WalMoota No 71. HatIIe Heath $M 01
I*S 1 brry No. T, William T. Whital
V'"1, Ollie KeIoedy l .90I0 RelN
v 1 No. 7. Flora Fareewoerha L 0 9
eiatest COrk No, 7. .Clara Tnw
i 1.161t Hayaeworth No. 61, 0.
IWp ersom $0.900 KoalliIg Blef No. 0
A. J. Joheao MO0 f Bell No. 6, Bell
S Uaer 041 Kl, NCor Crobi M0oK
etuy ,Hill No.NM Della Jolly S TIA
i Wlaserd No. n ar HnRge wI.nl
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bak o fsto 9 4u1t"Ad
atroat of tUU i of a
ItbusSaloom tg ams
i rl at eemLu theI
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TELL SILERIU

From Itching ad Bleoding Eczema
-Pain Terriae-Body and Face
Covered with Sors Doctors
and Medicine Failed.

ANOTHER WONDERFUL
CURE BY CUTICURA

"No tongue cas tell how I sndered
for ive years with itching and bleed-
ing ecma, natil I was cured by the
Catcluan emedies, and I am so grate-
fu I want the world to know, for what
helpede will help other. My body
- fae were covered with sores.
One day it mwuld seem to be better,
and t" brak ot again with the
moot terble ain and itching. I haav
been i*(aseral times, butever ti'
my life f, experience such awful
ualerlas"e wlt this eczema. I had
made up my lad that death was nea
at ha~d, ad I longed for that time
when I would be at rest. I had tried
may different doctors and medicines
without success, and my mother
brmo t me the Cuticura Remedles,
inlal that try them. I began to
feel b after the tlrst bath with
Cutlewa leap, and moe appSlimto of
Cutflat Ointment. I continued with
the kop and Ointment, ad have
take fear bottle of Cutitnra Resolv.
ent, ad consider myself well A
pseon I ing any doubt about th
wodrful ero by the Cutleha Re.m
edis au write to my addfes.
Mrs. Altie Rteo, Bellev, Mich."

ICWINGK ECZEMA
AndrAN OUMt : ItWhsa& WScaly
SBwptom Card by Cuticum.
The aloa1ln Itching and bIuar
of tw..,m as ea a tehe frigh
ful scaliag, aa Is peorlss; the lea of
hair ad ra a of calp, a n
ale kheadl demandd a remedy of
almost a muaa virtue to sucess.
efurolopil*t tahem. ThatCuticura
oeba dIbat, and PlU am each
natad PWem ed all doubt.
0-~~a(~d--& oatA( k ^ ^K^


Il -
' ler No. 9, Annie Guynn W80 90; Orange
I Lane No. 44. Janle Balley $0 90; Bart-
* ram No. 88, Agnoo Zearouar 861 05.
Negro Teachers. a
Union Aeademy No. 1, two mnnthe,
'T. E. DeBolee 18.40. H. D. MaLIn
I,72 10, N. F Days *668. P. WIl.
llams WA6M, 0. O. William. $6 6, A.
F M. Smith *48.16,. Bo ile M. Watt#
Y e 6. L. L. Murrell 8.66, R. V. Me-
SLu $7 00. J. P. Ralney $6180; No. 2,
s H. WilSoo $20.60, Nellie Hulhs
1887; No. b, H. C. William $2T.75;
* No 9, William Msdiesn $25.76, E. L.


IIIIII.!

2N. 75;
MeRay
262.75;
Frankly
Wileon

No. Is,


10 WOK1; No. 12, L. A. Arutoon
No. 18, Mesa Hearst $20.00,
Unilds $15.46; No. 17, W L.
$25.71 No. 18, J B Wilson
N,,. 29, J. J,. DBope $2 00.
O GlInnu *1b 4 NNo 84, J C.
20 00; No 87. J. F. Flidlel
No. 48, W. A. Rophelie 1675;
J. O. Jones $30.00; No. 40. Ida


J. Williams $141.0.
Sundrles.
A. L Vidal & 0o..o e, 1$2.65; The
Moom & Walebh Co., 1a1 Pepper Pub-
llhla C0,.. T 6001 Pepper Publilslan
Co., 7; Baird Hardware Co. $1840;
J. 1,. Kelley, superintendent. $1001 J.
L. Kriley, oafle eapese, $17 OD; 8. J.
Thomas Co., SO10; 1 V. Wlitlas
$460W; (lianevillo Plaoi & Cool
Co 13 49; F. J. Hammond. $8 8. M.
Hliteh, for No. 19, 8DO; E L. Oush.
man, $:; Oalneevllle Gu & ElKetrle
L.ght Oo $1; J. A. BIlerb.r No.
3. $30; W. W. Colon. s *, ;.H.
Mn0rvary, 8; H. F. .utto. A Oo for
K. F. 8 Aoademi Hall. $12.000; J. L.
Kelley. *epenee lfor exhibit at Tampa
Fair. 100.
Speltl District Warrants.
Arredoado. Marie Richardson $10 80;
Roebelle. J H. threats 1M6 4. Mary
Berketreesu 20); Falrbanke. lisa.-
bot Mantmio 610; Arber. J. K Ta.
tea 1A.0 1J. L DiWos $0t. E. Vera
Aaderesau 30 MIM- Aaale Col.
IIas .1S; Islad Oroe. J 0. Adhis-
a.tl HtlSboIha W E Bell K00;
AbeOab. W One.ie s odM. Sae h
Beatoo 16. Dta Wolt M. 1; Waldo.
J U. a. O4* 2T 10. Edith Baird .60 I
Oa.rvlle. I) U. dwardsA .ta. W.
R. Temes *k3-m. H. Vidal F7,
mdli Msefarseiwg 0 8*10, Mra I
WI l aN 1. V. Wilmtu *o0. J. H.
Jarmba ItN, t. 0 Prettual Peppor
Phbbia Os. UM^ F. A. lx N.
diael M rrOI 0& 0.71 D. M.
PhlkMr W J LlewelteU Maea 141
Wilem Bsao" WM MF. Das
MA S. IP. ,WIM M 0.. e w.
Mms a A. IM. It. T. IL M.
Wlat *. I &. L lupm U1 P.


eel, l Ai-ldh al-t /Ia
Brtl ,. Allesa h
(.t1j Wlri d. Mer.i.A. pt*0 ;
OamnHpe J. F. Sib 9MSAf Ta.

ry, J G ,.$10.7., W.. I
1Jl0D, Olly l..ads l 10 ,86l _.
Poinl, r ral ramsw W
Haym J.$. so, .
Bell us.I. N F.tax **oae o 80.

AmooUt pait Lbise teae ers
fromaemu food........ & Sa61
Amount f, aelored ,teher
free e!~baa fond ... .... l1
i riae 1..... ...... o 14
Special Dtr It bill ..... ... ; M eo
T .otal ........ ..... . r 4
R. B. W Ua. Ch'n. Bd. FPb. Ies.
Attet J. L. KLLT, 8ee. sad eBpt.
Chrpgd With Cnhplear y.
New TNe~, Dec. 14.-Te trial aof
Atraham aulmel, one of Now York'
most widely known lawtera, on the
charge of coasplracy, was on the al.
eadar before Justice Roept s the n-
preome eourt today. T'e chague
against uammel grew out of thae a.
atliOal DodgeMorse divome lUta
tie, I whkle It was allesd that
Bomel ea8ped into a eoasptray to
profU pamrurod evTldece. rimr
IapremO Oourt Justice Bdlar U Ir-.
ma ale was Indicted em the charge
of 0ea0piray In the s ame ae.


Remarkable Oure.
"I wO saab afflited with aelatile,"
write sd 0. Nod, lowaville, bedgwek
0o., K E., "gblag about on eroehuso
and otHaer I a deal of pali. I was
lodouad o try Ballard's Snow Lial.
meat, whlh relieved me. I ued
three 0e bottle. It Is the greatest
lilimens I ever used. BHav roes-
modeda It r a number of prnose.
All express themomlves as.beag base.
AIed by It. I now walk without
erotseo able to perform a dlpe
of Hl law or O tha farm. Oe
and l. oldM by W. M. Johnson.
Gunbeat Hit Returns to Port
Newport, I., Dec. 14.--lT gul-
boat Hilt was sighted coming lito the
harbor 3t before 9 a. m. The Hist
wont out to asist the disabled Nan
tuoket outh hoals lhtllship on Mon.
Say moratnn before the torm In wllh
the lIghtship rank had abated.
-. Th RequlistI o Beauty.
The' fnrt requisite of beauty Is a
eloar oompgIzoo. Orino Lantliv
Frult Syrop olear a satlow, blolebed
eomplexto, as It stimulate the liver
and bowele. and the eyes booome
brilbht ad elear. You owe It to your
friend to take i II your omplexloa Is
bad. Orino Lazative Fruit fSyrupdoe
not aaeoat or IrIno and It Ia very
plaoant to take Reofhaso bstltuse.
J. W. MeOollum & ComnaP..
ChrItntmas oliday Rates.
The Alastle Coast Lime, to give ev-
ery one an opportunity to violt their
home and friend, will aell tielteo so
sooat of the Obhrtitmas holiday be
twoee all polnta at soe a a d oath~lrd
farm plus twenty-o (Si) seat for
the roend trip. Theb eetas will be
p ale Dooember 3S, ad, 30th, ath,
80th, 81at and Janary lat. ual limit
of ame January 4th.
For etodease and i eaersn theo same
rate will apply with t ao seeptlo
thatthey will be sale Deoember
17th to Wth, Iaelwale. The tieketa
will oaly be sold asoestdete pon pre.
senmatloe of a retIaate signed the
pdaelpale a id preloute of the vari.
oae Ilsatttloos.
All of tho e who bave daughter
aeomls ber Ohrmaa obeuld em o
Atlsase Coat Lr I la or wie o
Frauk Bolbtee, Dlit Passager
Agept, JatksMavillle. Pi
A FonArl Pat.
It ie a fearll fa to haee to odasr
the taeriobe )rter a pile. "I ean
truth y," ay W4es array Oasm
fi l-yl IDa. 6 the* t a t banc

e* **. A* Mr esm b um
6d0e4= pua du ik .
a s Ab ws M


SRADOCAPE

eibrudl bCelMxra I rure.
EverthljC tSe son Oooked to Order.
OrlTWRS AND STEAKS

COFFEE the Be4t.
PRICZ 8 REAsSOABLE.
WE 8 SIDE SQUARE,

p -%
1 rWot.slaSret. \S.



Keqp Y0ur Head Clear
Ajt le.or omacb tree rrom Idltfe-
tlol!roo would be bappY with rour
I miyn ud roifroe w-ma.
I% bWo p 9 utso got a man's sya
i %n i ofwtak" toheavy. =ollL broad,
ay a sa ood;be: *ad. ashe ook*r
mub ab awr. Theb onrtaIw world
16 do E boloei br o Ugr _
-Sad ur "ees t" t khowtmU bow to
ANbU. L Or 'brd does not e sanY
o m lb amor pdlaltblo.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
n-m 14. T. te ahr. Prop


.... Am ...
Painter,
0omartor and
Paper Hanger.
204 East Maio 8., 8., Gainesville, Fla.

All kinds of outside and inside work
promptly and neatly executed.

PAPERB HBAroINQ d SIGN WRIT.


The Florida
Fruit and Truck Grower
L. D UNI, Editor amd Pro'r,
OCALA, rLA,

0.bo eaIer. ............... 10

A badooely Ulsrased magazine
devoted epeeally to tbe lnaeresa of
the frit and vegetable growers of
A apaeeI trial subseription of six
moat wUl be am t O reeipt of '2
ateM. I1tokL








Because they are the best
in the land for the money!
Ask your dealer for the


"Sunny Jim" Shoe
8 st on getting it.


and in-


LeuilviHi &

Nandville R. R.

Beat LiNe to
IrmIramm, IaalUe, Esmp*,
KMseies 1ulevill, Ctlamnastls
St. Lelsa, Mlsag and al palate
Nerath ad Weat la thrha mrs.


Oalv lim opeolr a threlegh sleepen
from Floida to at. Los with dlimtn
ar serrios.
FleSM diatloger eearve Ia the So1th.
Throbg 4 uri so eepe to OaMLfor
aia.
Foe lanmaMtoe aa to raes toa-ll
= e l an d Weso este.eloo a"
Sbtaw l s al e a ae we
GEO. E. HERRING,
%Ha. a At. LL. A. .L L,
Mi Vl ayl Untu M hMVa.rl.


Natb3Agaaa* IS.?


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DR. DzVERE B. MOBR It *
....DENTIST'.."

O.oe over Marou EBdel'r S Phase.

J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW +",
And Solicitor in Equita
Real Estate, Coo vebanelag
oral Practie. All business ps I
attended to. Offloe next dool(l
ioee. Gaur NsT u.i, .rapa


FERDINAND BAYEB,


ATTORNEY AT LAW,


GAIXEIuaLLN-


- VL041h.


Oan sell your city property,
proved and unimproved),
trucking and farming lands. e.li
a list of what you offer for *al,

T. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
... SOLICITOR IN CHANOEY,....

GAINESVILLE, Alaohna Oo., FI .
Office in Endel Block.

DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,

DENTIST '.

Over Duneon a Co's Bua. SOelmel

D GOMDON a TISON,
DENTIST.

Oloe In Miller Law Zzeban el
OAG mvrILLa.. a. -

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & OI OAU
JOHN MENZI.S. Proprieeor.
1.i21 W. Bay s.. Jsackonvfle, a.
Faust beer, bottle and draught d'L t
fall to alil on me when nl JaemTI
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JOB PRINTING


DEPARTMENT
Makes a Speeialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Faney


Commercial

Job Printing
. F o r ...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notle.

The following letter from oaf ear
mail order customers inslfX-replm-
Lory :
Louisville, Ky., Fob. 1', IS.
H. H. MeCrea,
GalaneevUle, Fla.
Dear 1ir: Beeived the te
mattr i do*e ime, and wllfl
it ls perfectly lat aetory. I o
envelopes so maeh. Mayl h-i N
your prompt attesuo lna gi l er.
Youa trol,

e orem to. TR NM


AICIUA COU ITTWI
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LY SUN: GAINESVI


M'E DAI:

OF THE WINDS.
CL


^sfvod 'in steo Un cluer
|Mlt wind cave has the form of
story house, each story, or
COntaining a distinct formn-
Sts own and each containing
of a size and inagtniffience of
such as have ne\er ben
in any subterraiueaa c.tvern of

J B a dream. a ui ghtniare, a vision,
*1 solid stone uir',er tihe green
1of0 Dakot;, sta. as white as the
the blrtr ii: n11 uql tio clve us to
In the e. a f hl:py June
g.S Ste o ;,,A 1,1i:. 1 il ais i e li art of
frst lloolii- t i:. yt iu dug in the
.qrzi g towbenit oi- Ulv ,r:i- s ihll sp.lring
' u ro o y so u ni"1 ;' 1 :lt 1 z'1,1' " vit h a
bI thate tt nierl tie !;n!s whit t uIve
? r pHlntid \'t;i rii e t:*ie4I to get

.ren f r.i e' ,. re lhre. white
t. h the eI't 'ialli f 11.l f unitud ages.
^ ;. d-*i'ptured t.'.its ;i'l ii ii-,w. aIIi TgrRat
s, th sters to l .. i l 'out o
Sdtoi and f.t'uared : ; ;. o )nors In
S- daytime. :* :s :l *y tthe
kk ad sof giant .:ia::.s ir :i Titn to
lk wild hIyiii if :4 r nil)u(i, n
i kcen for the coikki:2 of weird! i-lhets
S ver thought of up hl.ere in the s uln-
shine, all uiann rooms, ninety u1ile4s of theii. duov.n
.thew under the hoofs of the g::l;rat
Jfttle range horses who pound tie
grU s Into hay the year round, up there
Ino ooth Dakota.

ICE FOR HEATING.
O n o*f the Odditle of Our Modern
ClvIllhation.
e use of ice for heating purposes
S one of the oddities of our modern
dilltnation. Often It happens that a
,-tBarcrryIng fruit from the south to
f' ortbern market encounters a cold
P-Wal qU while on route. If the tempera-
'-m goesr below a certain point the per-
S% Hlll merchandise will be ruined.
a cb a misfortune may be prevent-
S bW covering the fruit car with a
~ at Of ei. a thing easily accomplished
B ftrai'ten a hoe upon it and allowing
SplawOr to frees until the whole ve-
Senveloped in a lassy and gilt-
fiti.blanket.
I a y, itnded, be appropriately call-
eA a aakKet, inasmuch as it prevents
t gSUatM of beat from the interior
SII b tar. Te Ice being a good wnn
e--letser the warmth is retaied and
Iftut, or possibly It may be vegta
gO, poS oa its way unspolled even
k wet w other.
S. w used for transporting oranges
S 9r4 fruit from California to the
t Wre often provided nowadays with
cyaIndrtcal "See stores as they
be called, at each end, which,
s tul in summer time for re-
i ratI, are lled with Ice during
.a aeM pell In winter. When the temn-
pesatrW oataide is at zero or below,
k ice, at 32 degrees F.. is compara-
t. l warm, and thus the "*toves" de-
a'etbed act a heaters.


Pbrloeelonm.
WR. Barnardo, he great London child
YTr. was once discusslug crime and
artobas with a uSotland Yard e.
tW and eprewed bi diabetief In the
S of heredty and criminal phys-
pMM. e8 produced two photo-
s 7f two web kqown men and
*Wld the faces only to the expert
he" a* i. "is that of a once noto
l aal, dan d the other is that of
Aj o fodel man. Tell me whieh is
.i k."Wttwbet kirtatlonl the expert
liMeo e of the photoraprs- a
ft f tho aotrio criminal. Dr.
reo triumphant The expert
j tW had ceseoos thk pbot
reg a- arehbtWaop a Cantertbuy.
A *1*- D *Uvwtv L* *.
1- I ariew fact that a century
. 1 hN f ag a letter traveled maUc
'MWr *a eer it ha. done tda. It
Stoimtt t ld Mar ch mad e a
aWr at e wM esse a
Setsveuei e toWs=D withis
is l aeop ie gd a ,r to
+,EW, I <,1> B. spor thaww, sae

IIma seg hibs gm iat S tr-
hs"eayP ttenb h a amw the
Ssw- as peae trwn me
Ms As td,, o f dr i, a, o a
.s e te n -Mba d .re I
ese no man- ir s M .e

I Se see sU was,.
i b ~ pto to ew
sfte as a am dtOaer. Me
I W" it Pte t a "v I
as twWOO s u I


a mlee a" s am oM
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&W No*


-YDE LINI


-c'JR 8.A.ZLxIO-S9 DA.OL3c 3-MWEE

Jacksonville and New York,
Falling at CHARLESTON, 8. 0., both way
The FliNt Stalhddl i UIt COualtvI 8I ice
The Clyde New England and Southern Lineb
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BO 4tOI and
PROVIDENCE and All Rastera Polar,
Calling at Oharleston both ways.
8EMSiZ-WESELKY BA IIN.&GS8
Southbound.................. ....... .....rom Lewl' Wharf, Btton
Northbound................ From Footof Oatherin W,. Ja~sourilie

Clvde St. Johns River Line
Betwoon JACKUONVILLE and SAMFORD
topping at Palatka, Astor, St, Franois, Bereford (DeLand),and Intermtdlift
Landings on St. Johns River; commeneing Wedn*eddy, November 16, 1906,
SrEAMERS
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Are appointed to ail as follows: Leave Jacksonville dlly except Satur.
days. at 8:80 p. m. Returning, leave Sanford,daily except ad~Mys, at 9:80 a. m.
oat ouu.no. 8c~8EDUr I Norhbboua
Read Aown. ,-M Remd u.
eave 8:80 pm ....................Jacksonville............. ...Arrive 2. an
8:46 pm ... ..................Palata................ ... Leave 8&.0 pn
8.-00 am ................. ...... A tor ............... .... 8:80 p
4:80 am ...................... Franeis................... 2:00 p
.. .............Beresford (DeLand) .............. 1:00 pM
Arrive 6:80 am.................... anford .................... 9:80 a
10:00 am.................. .. Enterpri, .................. 10 :00am
-ENERAL PA88. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W. BAY IT.JACKSONVILL
FrM.. IRONMONGER. JRL.. A. GO&n Pem. A. Ar Wet .1kaoeiWT. M.
W. 0, COOPER. Jr Prehlbt Alse. .. Supertnweldeti
Foot of Hossa atrst, Jaeksoatile
A. C. HAOlUTY. e. lEatn Pam. Am.. New York. CLYDE D 0,N0oU
THEO. M. EOER,DE 0 CO..
General Manager. Geurl Agonse
C~hwebroup b uliMldw.19 e stres.m S t New Toet
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Florida East Coast RailI


Local Time Card No. 62.


SO'JIN.UD-.IAD DOWN.


Corrected to fce


Ko ,T';.o01.


No. 09I T@. gel ITATION
Daily, l TATON ti .


500 940. &Lv ............... 3&-know-nwi lle,_ o i' it
47 ;Itta w ... ." JacMarl.l, ...........
la 1p 5A"3 ............ AUCguosia- .. ............ 'I
t3S p 113 a .....,........vHapUt ... ...........:.
Y 10. 11 o aI.............L Patkp............. 4
p 11t Is..............Pl........a t%.... .. ..... 4.
......, .. . .................. Ar P
10a 0 0461,Ar ....... .... .7-tartUs.C TT.
$so I 90 t. r .................banUI0I11104.............. At
lO 1a 558 pt" ......Ore~ge.y..... ....
~(lea 1 4 tot" ........ .. c... tl.a...
asy pi I IV pi ....-......F e nr., l.
26 p: 2WIS .. ..... O Uw...... ....... 2 I

t ow am r ...,........aOencrcrlb. ...........~
It ail pt Oak
ao p lop ~ ..... ~~ll...... ;.. ..... a' )
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Two Trlm% "ally to Wablrts&ad Net w Vork.


Mcbedlule oEflive Noromber W. I I.


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644s 7 M p I.vJise le' lr v ou P41p
11 0a it fW 6P LT Jrvsti Ar t S'i& ihuq
1 )0 SIMLv SsuinaIh A r 4 N11%, 4 1Op
* 6lAba Ar Columiu1.,vIv IN1I.t I lt)I
110 So 9 &4aAr Charlotte' 1.v phtp *%,
1 13a1251P Ar~reenvit'r Lv itp b3 314
ISISI !P--Ar onvlirI.v it 1p 4I44k'
434s 4 Sap Arl.yachhu'dg.v 3 : lnp::s
6 Ift56 Ilop ArCbtari tskvcl.. I Pilpl 12 C
9 5t 9 iI' ArWaahln'~t'Lv 10 Al Ia osvo
11 3f I A A r BEW~mo'e Lv I l blii n
I, li p M a A r W P hil u L v I .1 l s mI,'i
4Mp 6WsAr wYork1.v I2 lk1 ,1
Now U 8and 3U--"New York anrd F1,tlol,
Express. DtIZ Pullian LDwlng Rooim.
SjeephW Ca'r. "s mmps &nd jaokson-~n
vilie to Now York.
No. 39 &ad b.-Washicunu and FloI*Ia
ULmtcd, flatl Pulrlan DrawIng Htrxm
4le'1epini tar, Jeeksom tlie to New Yv k
Vt,.at rbougO Lood OfThe Aicr. -Nit-$)
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Roo=m and puftI Sbeoinu Car
Jacksonville matd C11inaatI.

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and Kan..a'.Cltv.
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watt ilrawltig Ioomt S lcep~ing Carm, e uJAownvllle
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J. ('. LUSK, DIltriot Pa.senKr Agentl, It West taIv ~, JaukNonvll. rs.
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Air Line Railway


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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

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delphia. New York.


Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating

Doily Throhk Pullman Sleepers from Jasksovill to Now Orleose

For foll U oratilon sad sl eper reeeMrIs sall 0M amr aaent sbosad ae
writo A. 0. MacDOXZLL, O. bOYL0BTO, IJ.
Ast. Oral Pass-gr Apal, Pauger At.
JAOrOYVILLZ. PLORIDA.



GalnesTille & Gulf Rallway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OF FLORIDA.


Time Tble mt oe *s eptember 34, 106.


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frattW e r laterest Gath.
w~l y hir Reporte.m
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PIS^pOAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

W ,iihHappeed and What is Gtng
STold In Short Paremcphe
'JTOWN i"< Who Runs M" Rse'
*in ho un.


S,'. Br lnduotrlal Editiol 10@ a op? .
Get Christmas and MNw Year's rair
Sat The Son ofde,.
Foor-roo lats for reat. Mn. 'os*
ter, 406 West Mamla reet, N.
Fruit aes for aImdter or future
delivery. Keytoe Bakery.
D. 8. Taylor of Ar, se.t"It Ieer
-l day OIsao(stlls se 6 tW .
SThe SOa Idiestrlal Idtleo sent to
any address, peMp fre, for 10 seats.
Fa lty talerir e, oramne and srape
Sfrt s for Ohrimaat Dorsy's. Order
e w for ltrl n shipment.
SLoet or traded from Brows Hooe
,. yed, polater female pap. Soltable re
worid will be plad for relsr.
Joel H. Tcrker, Jr., oo of Live
Oak's most progrelsiv yoal bsioess
e w, In tbheo lty yesterday.
extra sopies of tMh Indmetrlall dl*
So to of The ua for Nlt ea Averao's ad
VidalVe news e aad t 10 ote.
p oralsh d room to not e blo-k ad.
oitalo equr. OotlmanW tenant
S prefoed. Apply at 8Be ol -
S Atteory W. 8. Room b has rend
S o n a profeoalos trip to PosnGOot.
S dlsad oti poNis loa 80oth lorida.
Divslolo Tlamuster A. L. Gl0s of
Lthe Atslat*eo Q Li ba hm s e to
pola' Is Spteh rlorids n oaleoal baul
1\. am.
SMs. J.W. MoOollem' left Wodnos.
day fl OMt. bhrn she will e tb
ueof bo e sister, MIr. L. J. Imighlt
'. for a fe ae.
S Mr. T. Doors h goes to Jakh.
9 tileU wi relhe will spend hi e
S nek as a west of rulivtl;" r. sad
SMrs Drowuneld /w
J. S ,aii Bt.Mfer, wo
se jl5t tleeas of
were mc bes Inla
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M0giijiW Is she oity, and will spend
bya yesterday.
".' A. d swtt, oo** o thk leadlol
lltMms saMtI bueinee me* of 1gw.
Sb rry, owas mslog te who favored
G anevls wlit a vitot yesterday.

Hosar u Re I o gltylo ,d e will aodil






moeo that s Lersofrd eager ytaou
he. boliday witi hn r proesf. Mr. ild
SMrs.. J. T. Woods. ass Galaeville.
"DMi yo say you end t ot flod M ap
Spast Arbeklrie or .l oa ffoe at 1
wm poe pudd?" "Yt, I did."
S '"Wall, m 0. A. Moeroet Co. ad
Pe. to.k up at ftato pule."
e "Ballot Hello Have you any
mi ore of hat g reflasetd sOair yo
hare tees a Illmb 0 pewad for $1,"
S Ye. Just drop that silver dollar sad
| up tt geO. G. & N5 last & Co.
J. K. AbN r Msaed ttlly bve re.
moved from their femer home, West
Maim strmt N., to th Thoas eolttae,
1wE im N tal*re N., whre ty
will be plead to rerive thelr frelds.
The lasoeo of the home oteopd
by MY. and Mrs.O. A. Nichole has l
mateeIally imparovd I appearusee by
the applestlo of wall paper of Uh
latest ed hledmest dewlas. The
work wasu do by B. khekeltoa.
J. B. Marrillo of Jkowvlll, trm.
Hling reprmtltivo of the StIdardI
Oil Onpaty. has beo Is ther dly or
eho pes two days in te l teretof
Mhat empany. He Io one of ih --
Stdely kmows trnalla men Im thb

Rev. W. F. B ,dIk. the Virgnate
eator, will kero at hlr Bapit
erreb .Thssnr y, Demter Jh, at
S 7tS0 p. i.. sad at the Mthedist
cheruk Friday. 1Mh. a she --m her.
Turn outmme toe her this etc.
quest epe kpr.
Arthor B. OChEi aad starter Mtia
B.1. heo reternd t to hi oe t
Mranepy. afrsa bref vit ls r to .
hereow. Mr. 0Usy was meiesy
IMrum---e te, bet Menes ril be
m s lease -tat he has c. -m
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MoNil, Ala., Feb 10. IM.
Dr. R. W. Hall, St. Louis. Mo.-Der
81ri Drlgll b pa" y r wehA
Sov"rN t "we -1" dosem "'HUeI
UOet DisMoeer" hre Udeyl uad U4*
dwe errblee sd dretI thka im hav
Yese paMlfl sly.
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"r. BiWnlep wmenry, *ss allu
MOM a d eift cbh vereme s
AS TEXA bmsuhuts01t shW

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We IshaM sem b so MsE E
LIAILR GW at 5ATICN.
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euin fad S habb
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Shigles, oails. Locks,

Paints. Oils.


Glass.


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will pay you to get our


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lalel' calling rds i latew s for Vii
at Son oll. ord ads U ees 0
1 r000Chflrttu earsdi esd ledr, ipd $1 I -leh, asIdte- IS'
beautiful deals a VIUde!. elsealeri 'e gug
Some fine city a dofntry property MS) For Our Ne
for sal. C. C. Pedr ek. O r roSi lle, 828 Main ireI~o r
FL. vyIM
SNow Is I ttirme to ordoryourOhrilt. W4ared iWN walker of Dgtoat g ,
ma satd rew Year's eurds. Fine line a Vapdd loe of IP1a p pbew
of. "plus at Th son odos. f a, owM bse the C A TA L
Torpiselas for salb at this ofe. sIs a tery. Over 10) Pages Illustri
e .O peo detem per bund red. hohooW~ ho MlDiam ondsw
8oh hni pcpesy order. dawlf .,poyd bygo *lbl
na. W. .wekd si. pf Jksoile le ipDiam ond s, C lor
lef Teesday for Jacksonvlle, where

6624Wite a bit of dental woei
> .(ad.trialEdT at iesna o r W catches, Jewe,.
ONO. d slro Men on0 dotedri aeo

M ar a h' and Vi da o t a 0sok. C ut G lass, Silver-
Goods. do$ s eopy sad send Is to iofe Ksel prailne iU lb bp aus
your fricods. away tag nalaeville. We uset to
A. Cbro--tidha. s, *--,- M -- -a,.eity *le -,r- w ar e, a ated w .I
day or twro b Jkseloville oa bolinws. 1f0r1e Bg. w P d.
Daring hles beeee the store is I n U Sastrig markestnwtob e t pe. ot
harp of #. ,Bruton. a* ,boo st bw. Ye.trda.y Cosnty __ Holiday Noveltes.
Master eLsa.le E. J. miuth of the odg M oaps teaed licne tso S*ed to ., -- -
Atlasi Coost Line, with headquor. Mluto Tbomuon sad Orey .r a .
toret Bias Sprinpgs, wIq l th Olram oyld aodwisad m Browa, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
yesterday e ofloei belra s iJ. lrt t ndd Lily Mayor. Judg, and Careful A attention.
Shari L. W. Feaell uad Attorsey MWo rewtly i sed foorteo ii.
J. M. Blvr left yeNteay fir Rex, wa to wed l one day, whise kwb a
whrthty went Ian se laterwe of the er berek roerd.
estate of J. J. Godwil, recently do. A e mrs oeorstooked with maule wo
eeasd. offer@ tsale eiht good torpeainot
PFan orrnfges ot OhrieftsM, the molesl two four-bors wagos ,dG reenleaf & CroA Co.
VrOy ln) for f prooot to ftrb N hbenoo o ld oo adlton oh-p floT
vfri di Pfkod a p ln bo mtt b ab o haewl' or alond oal fonm bo ea JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
oasbme priest. Order mow. W. & Wave sMhad brm-. 0OO, four 4 S e
Dor & Compay. ad 0. etorhorse ageos and harnes 41 West Bay St. -Jacksonville, Fla.
Warranty ded sad mortgap blakts 40 This i eonly thr.folarth' their .Is yoar name on our mailing list?
for ale as bl oee, the form used It A be smen at eonmon, Fl.
Alseobhu coMty wbhik a monyI Ia Inelth EaS., Lennonal .a.
moreedhis. O per hstdld or 0o per Mr. sad Mrs. B. H. Career of Boon.
dose. by mail. Cash most seomnpany vl ,a..jrn among the recent ar.
order. dawtf rival who bhve come to oGalnvillo
There's only onea *y you'll f evo for the w tr. They ar well pleaded
know Joel how delicious Blue BRbbes ws t asi e8 ithe lmlle, wbeo the oIay
lemoo or at llk etraoes a o. rr ad iht pe~o, whom they doa l as a
boule rad give pyer deomr the wbole to bte l ele m l they bao
ravor ye mon flormt$, the Blo ever met. They are gladly wel ed,
Bibbos f owisad It is~hoped they will remain as
D.I. htendel of he o a Mr. aroter' Northern lnto
oD. Z. ofithe will pemit them.
O0saq I stores farm ast Falbake,stA
oih dol t or rm at OI r 0a. 0. Emeoa, formerly of this it
*OMaday. Mr. A odwla stabe ulr now m eding in Jacksonvll, was
mte fst baa a large oetbero of tbon oto day. Mr. Hudson esp ect
TO enuvirte employed srow. o will ea for sleeral days. He
Owlag tkothe oafoerable wot9er bh acpted a ar level dapositio wit
the letnre ont *Foreign Mtsltose" p s-he Frank Ta sad 8 pl Coompanl of
soaueed to be dellvored by Miss Allt that city, sad will travel the entire
K. Ipeaoe olf ldia, at tbo led Ads S4ta of Floridesad foebern Georgia.
vent ChurOb cleStalhl, has boo post- B bae boon for the past year rpre.
posed atil this evtag ast 7:80 o'clock sentsinghe Bak & Holme Company,
aS t em plw,-" wholeol* 'grose, Jaeksonvillea, and
R. P. Philp. bret,, h a lusd of s&ajoy I atredthroo bhou hi. T H CONTINENTAL CAFE.
dresud hotos ns lrkte oeO day lsit ri ory li t et .im
week Mr. Philpet, who bel b (Fit oraer South of P. 0.)
mlrchasdmdlg at lsrvylle the paot F mous Cssn via C yd oyse. nlk rip Ca a west ams. er.
ar, will nmoe bak to his Jndovicery and at.
farm sad emov e his sto k of goode st* t N Op I______t
Tnatord-lrom Tlm f.Dea ras.
Blotham Dell, who has been The
rioonly (1l ford th put ew days, lets CHEAPT STORE ON EARTH UT F, TIoUA
Yesterday for AIes, whrbo he wll T
r operate. 0oalo, o S THOMASCO UNDERTAKING CS
young mam m Wso d erle l a"ne timne
that bhi friel aven blhm up, bat oa,-
pert medical asteu rsevived Il. FULL LINE OF
J. F. BuasM. manager of the Stead. NEWLOLINE.O,
.-" =-Al-S-E ffa E f U a0 i a NEW 000D,....
-trip A"- s"' ED NS Hardware
other polate. Ho repse os goP d Em arrsOe ad is, as ever. Owi*A TG 3 r '
In t hat seel ee l a tad ,OHUMENTIN TOIITO
,ag mad to the Northern maket. Builders Material r.- IRo, -. C3.
F. H. Clya# of Olyal Statti, oe ossth the epr. Weboeqt c All las aio
of tsh prominses renMtles of that p ro
rive sohIos, vistor to ti md Lcci geds m ile. SW~ M. meea te .rah gm
ityyestedaY. Mr.Olyatateetht 'I 1, ns5esd to.
he movemt o pom ad lette is b Itue e and
havy.r d ath tho Irer. se e Oslasill, Florida.
ev la anod prices. is agust fS w wa be Isd to hber eur
be O.iawill.e ad Onl railway Ume Ceme
amd me Or d AINISTILLI FAq


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