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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 19, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Volume ID: VID01057
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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 IIII, NO. 269


(iAINO8VILLE, FLWOIIDA, T1JEN)AY', I ECEMBER 110, 1901


TEN ONT8 A WK
TEN OINTS A WEEK


GOVERNMENT SPENT

COUNTRY'S INCOME


Also Proceeds of Foreign Loans
on Railroads.

.AID PROLETARIAT MANIFESTO

Document Declared Bankruptcy of the
j' kand Ordered Workmen to
a yg U Taxes and to Insist on


I I"tt
almiS


Wage In Gold.
urg, Frday Dec. 15.-
mhaen, ast Prussia,
proletariat organizations
e "'nvisible government,"
b shell into the camp of
government during the
a manitesto, following
regular imperial docu-
the bankruptcy of Lie
the proletariat army
refue to pay taxes of
to insist on the pay-


were received here yesterday frunmt te
war department, to remove the 26t
bodies Interred at Ft. Sumner National
cemetery, to the National cenicery
In thls city. and biJ were askel for
dolng this work. Fort Sumner was a
military post from 1865 to 187', and ti.-1
?O0 graves in its cemetery are not only
those of soldiers but also of settlers'
killed by Indiana.


ASKS MIRCY POR BOY&

Judge of Atlanta' City Court Thinks
Rawlinge Boeya hold Not Hang
Atlanta, Dec. 14.-Judge An4y E.
Calhoun, of the city court of Atlanta.
appeared before the prison conhaileaou
and urged commutation of sentence to
life Imprisoameot for the two Rawlings
boys. Milton and Jesse, who are sen-
tenced to be hanged In January along
with their father for the murder of Lth
Carter children In Lowndes county.
Thid is the second request of t a
kind whica has come to the comnmis-
lon, though the matter has not yet
been presented la formal shape.
Judge Oalnoun stateJ that he did
not know the Rawlings family or any


in Ia gold or sliver, and to one of them, nor was he interested n
their deposits from the the ase beyond reading the newupa-
?In d per accooounts of t. rom these, now.
iI' Irfto Is a terrible indict ever, he said be was convinced that the
d I tre raer in whler. the bu- two boys wSao are sentenced to be
SmS t ,y h brouiat the country to hanged were simply the tools of their
444"I rufn, asertin that the gov. father, who beat them to his will, and
S' eat ha squandered not only the he felt that while the old man should
0' country's come, but the proceeds of be hanged for the crime, under the cir-
the foreign loan on railroads, the cumetances the boys should be let off
army and the heet, leaving the people with life Imprisonment
without schools or roads, It Is declared
there Is oney to feed te sol- A Holocaut Was Averted.
dier, and here there are Inaur. Montgomery. Ala., Dec. 18.-A fire
reaction of bear, and starved In the woman's department of the coun.
ltrpo afty 11a came ear resulting In the ,eat j
m The evenff "p charges tiat o mny prisoners, and the lives of
S the government I using the deposits over one hundred prisoners were in
In the governmer t savings banks to Jeopardy for wome time Henrietta
speculate on the bourse and with coy. Howard, charged with murdering her
S.ertlg up its chronic eflicits In the a. husband, was so seriously burned that
ter4t on the Immoe debt by the pro she is not expected to live. BIeven ne.
ceeds of the foreign loans whlc.; are gro women were pinned in their ells
t last exhausted. by fire on all iides, and were being
The rich. It is farther declared, have prctically roasted alve woen ryoe
..l ready taken warning and arc conrt cued.
Ing their property in'o securities and Pleaded Guilty to Theft
they are setting theik, abroad Thn Atlanta. Dec. Is- In t'ie crlmlnaT
SoalWlalvation f.r the country. accord branch of the superior court of ril.
Ing to the manife!to. In the overthrow ton county, M. A. liack, the baggage.
S of the autocracy by a const!tuent as nmasttr who stole a trunk c~Atatlang
embly and "the sooner the Kgverr. Je->p:ry and otier property worth about
neat flls, the better. Therefore. tI.e $1.40 (. plead gullty, and was s ftenced
sIaewce of existence of the old re- to 12 months, or to pay a flae of $360
lma~H ts fnanacial revenue--must be Itlaicll Fitxgetrald, a negro. who killed
\ topped." a fellow servant at the Fairfax hotel,


'lbe document la tagned by the mem.
.br r of the workmen's council, the com.
mitte of the Pan-Russian Union. aad
the central committees of the social
Dlmocrats. Social l-volutklobits and
aocialleta of Poland.
This great step of the revoltion-
Saries whica throws down the gaase of
SbatlUe to the gaorement was prepared
vith such secrecy that the tatbortltie
ere taken of the(r guard and did no
evs, attempt to prevent its peblica-
r t ie tIhbe newspapers.
Tle revolutionary leader expect It
S"Il be ibbMwed 'by reprisaa ad ar.
vwta. but Ml this has bea forsew.
4the~' r lit taetr plans deeply be.
t Ntela tuhe malfeato N.ew com.
-iVON of Various Orda"lIos have
be elected la th tbtt sad founh do.
S ea. If oe a dlcom lttu is put
Atald the bars. a mher wilt take It
lto &dm ar ry a the vork
TheIm L at of Lugaf was at ash.
4 pots ta te e uifet., betagc ro
Sprgled with me o )P jay by (e pro
Oart orgaalatiea. wkhift dCa to
, be m rtb t ebret of the ewle tt l
an o be eatitoed to the frats theft.
c1eW prnrtar leader eem to have
buMtI taew 04"e that the Norw"
OaW baa )J:t Bted V .WAOM Ibn
v wr noe' ', d the prertlest o
s pwee s * oth*r of every *Pe
wr wites .r d the maa1 r to has
eteed a. A '" !able to S&eight meah
Itk p tn asa I t em Ae. X-ew m
S I.e to t' t ts t the e w e t

i t wrto)ps tu as ag the pmIa of
A. Kmbie. tse pre*esst of Wthe *-
soot! e~emitt a el tee werkmeae'e
_AOS ,ftSAd at the time ts*WafteI
5 0b caMW wa tafllk en

B Vwv W U


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was convlrced of voluntary mroslaugh.
ter and *4enteced to serve four yearn
In t.ie penitentiary.

Riotoui Rleprts Are Inventirs.
St. Pet -rburg. Dee. I -TIe oficial
teA graphy aleary Is authorled to
atate th tht e reports publlted abrod
to the effect taat Irkutsk. ilbrtia, se.
been In flames, tbat flgtitag has o
curried between loyal and matlious
troops at Illrthl. MY hurla. that an
other mutiny has Irred at Vladl.
vostok. and that Kharko uad Illtza
bethrae ire alaa., arv pure liven-
tieu.

Injured in WrIetlIg Meit.
New York. De II --I looktac f
as alvantage to pretlnlaary of their
wretling matrbh .ere last ) ht. Praak
OOtbr. Astrt'ra haaptol. sa4 Cass.
(analke. Rlelr'm r!ewhed as4 west
dw a fevtily together ( otrb f el
RefAr' rigat Ailt 1 o everety
wr*eistg It that moddklni atttlM
W* *Steaeay IRrs w will set be ale
o wrmtle aala for several marths

iCw.ene' et a ien-ae In Pay.
mew Tark. ND I1 -After a adr
@eO ltias over two mOstas, tA e
a iag d of (rew'O made as
reme wviCh the sIe er (rpltewl

no w OWhecrwas" wo be uterveud
fa "W to I-s a d4 M l 1y I.
the Opether d ooms$"ed sWereasm
eoft seat a iay

CM Af t1 Pm.d
Atat. D S 18 -The ms agat
Misdott A. Masnew, Msine wm
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BARELY E PE'

MOB OV NEGROES

Assault Charg4 to Man And
Crowd Quicki Oathered.


SAVED BY AR IVAL OF POLICE


RAN GAUNTLET OF MOB.

' uth Carolina Deputies Rush Prisoner
To Savannah,
Savanna.. UOa., ti'. l--Af:er run
atng the gauntlet of an arnmt I .land ,*I
termined mob. Deputies Reuben J,
0abi and R. KE Mrris, of Itiarnvwel.,
C., reached Savannah nfrm Itarnw,'
county with Joan Sium, a negro lpr:.
oner, who had been nhot through h ,,
body. Slim was being carried to Au-


usi tilt and then to Culumbira.
At T The negro was arrested at tllack
At Time He Was Aerested Negro Was ville for turkey stealing, and for throw.
Being Pursued bp Three Hundred Ing bricks at Mrs. Biuse' When Mrs
Negroes Bent e Taking His Life. Bus'(e discovered iS t. tr) ing tt)
Ha Shbbed t turkeys Ne comutnenced curs-
Had Sabbed Neufr Girl. inn her anj throwing c:.ant.e at her,
Atlanta, Dec Il.-'Clar.,c, with at- and she sought safety b)> *: ;len i un
tenipting assault a y m unI niKroo der a house.
girl, Will Holmes, I negro. narrowly Arthur Dewelt overtook ,to. n.rrou
escaped beiln killed by menbrtrs of hIl and, when the latter a owe'd IRngt. lh'w.
own race The proVipt arrWitl of po Itt shot him tbroutg the ft stleP.
linemen on the beat, and of the! arrival The negro's wound Was 4lt aisi anit
of the patrol wagon, was nitl t.hat saved he wal placed aboard t e train for
him from being either ki... I by ipltol t&athwtll. An exrctetd tol, wa c Iin
shot or lynched. walting and Sheriff Crec.l a ii l several
At the time tbft he was trr.e-tc.d bhy deputies were lavingt trouble, in k op
Pollcemen C(oper tad Ihl:c'ne-r he wts ltg them hack.
being puitued by'a nmob of ,soint no, As tAle trsln slo4 ed ip 4.*r!ff
negroes, he.nt on taking hI lif, f Cre"eh spring uhoard and hl 4 t.'-
T:hree or four shotI hnt been flrrd IJob at bay until the (doors to 'w ctr
at him. and he ahd been m.nutshe, over t which thc prisoner wan cc":' lieulu
taie head with a stck In tWoe hands of were locked, InsliO t;e erar wie ,'.
one. of his pursuers. oral deputte with dtie.l-arr't. sho
About 6 o'clock Iril!ty right an 11. gnna
yearold negro gtrl, Ilu 1."lo .loin < Tie throttle was ove.ne. wl. an '
wascnln awy ro a> <.'ry to. lte train se wlout of l nrvrwell witt
was romlnlg away fom O a wery" ter, sr
where she bad gos, to ma, a putr everl membr of th' 11 l l
to the plltfoi m
On her way home h' w,19 ae1'l h by
a negnm man. belltrewl t !., I lic'! In CAUGHT BY LANDSLIDt.
te she scuc e was t.',!i I Il thi Ih ck .
of the neck. Believed to Have Been Caused by the


Recent Heavy Ralns.
RUSIANI HAO U. S. ARTILLERY. ('Itlnati. e i.-eer Ma
tr (a; rreltt. if t Qite m .e n ai lltcI'rc
Japanese Caitured Pice In Stronghold I nt ni t It I. dil lay-ti l traffic
of Port Arthur. at T ('t? No, .7 'r a t t bnl riubt
Sat IfPanerlo,. Fre. 14 Tha' army a Ia 'av. iI te ttint el. not1 a l rea
I id a cave LW of the oo, im l. Imt a land
transport Thomie, Just arrifY.l f1' ri lli h caticat ra inc 4 jut
the Orient, brogh)tK hOel a p! tlllery which orlrginnlly b,.cctlet t to t i ,
g n its way ,tccrth.'.
United States, I,.' w.Vlch was fi cnd In ii, ,.h (t, o n
the poaseslon ofI th( i Iuttrlun foresam, r a 1, y
'lcove broken Ibtlf fldr .taiu *s *atrly
at Port Arthur. w' -n the, J.inlijlee rmap e.'ltr.'lI
tared that s rr' aid The laodid. 1e t, .l. .a d .ave
I The la k Ir ltolt io ,yl,
The Iovernn,,, of .Ipapn a ,,n t ,,y ben raul ,y th, r.c,. t heavy ra ns
disr vered the ,iA erI;lp of m. forn i Thi'h mint. I1 s.I1 No tb.e Iniart ini
turned It oa~r I,, !nii K.i tat i.. Min he track, have, t. n r irte y l,.ared
I.,-rr (rlAncom. *o hlppe'.! It frc.i of obsiaruct ol,
N.aistkl tcornlgyidn to the arennl a'i
lit nitla The fn '4 pllefre i'atricqm l -...-. ~h... ,l.i...


ABRANAM HUMUE

BITTERLY ARRAIGNED

.and Says Mors* Dodge Scan
dal Was Conspuaey.

GOODS DELIVERED AND PAID POR

Project Was Bold and Aimed at Laws
of State, and its Object of Attasc
Was Institutlo,, of Marriage and Ad.
ministration of Justice.
New York. Dec. 15 T ,t r c rseu'lou
orq'eted its case In ',iV htha1 ,,; A t.an.kti
Ii. liumnin l. tlie lawyer 'cmirg ,i| w '.It
conspiracy la tau celebat i L)odit
Mursa divorce case today. AsAitSant
Iistrict Attornu,) Ilitnd, in upeunui
the cave. said:
"Tl Itail cast the act of conspiracy
as descrl,'be i u law was committed
and the guol s erve dellverrd and paid
(or.
"Thlls iar'lc'ulr project was a very
tbld one it watn allied not only at
(L.u law uof tit state, but Its project Of
attack was nothing less than tht netl.
utiotn of marriage and atdministra.la):
of justice.
"''nptala Jume 8. lorne, of the city
of lBokton, a shlp owner, cad heard
Mrs Morse was a divorced woman,


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lie started to wurk toi se If 1e could
oot break up lia marriage lie weat
to the oflt~h of Ilumml, this defeanJ
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enpoIde the rerr[JUTT'i uWacwrveloarsenal, Vashnbi s, Im'. 5- IT 4w.dbtem on 'er"p' en i1 nislccscu ntha el
IMS.R S79 poWse. No I01.J W J." 3 IV J the Insurance referee Is iotehious ph inth lorea In r ?rl5sor of fSli
The military stiotbriltes hort s e etljd, many membersItking part.lo.dIfond mcth rive. c rar awof (aod
now wondering hocw glaspas'il'isatr Egun ,Mr. Oriselvesof. cof Cialo. who saW4 be IS mathe riscoo1ap Ithat aces. would Iw&
gWt Intl) taflhar.4a. of the Iauemibars baalways been a DemocWre o06s ates thim Walter toppIflUr MacraewudP
rightcl.y asked how two avwaa-tso b Iinm$ 1.1 ,*ti's M ta uopet his ,Mose h
Gult o eFrwy. esuld adminislter 11.40enow subject. Ur bv0,0011"1) sehi8L
(2adsden. Ala, I.nec. tI-fain W Shirlesy repied that It 1a dimeu"t ..n a nwary, 1104 temo
Crook,.oa.: an Insmeuauroaget in problem. New Yr Veat;. reovill'In.January. 1of. terjury ad jur
ra il city. a l;c 1 I tc mis esntly cVolibe e'd o lb. Iiuotthe m atter, Mlov Coo f CA k- 'ir*A s fi n the sa m et d iny D i ws.
with oesa##*f 'hi 'Jest faminlives ioAla- rea, of New Yerk. msanhilkiaej thal it e.a ~alghtl e t1
bamas was lots'I rItcittyoftforge'ry by a power icE thqS91v~ee Was as8Iliegiate1zJea I i'-AOi ~.sq e e' b
Jury is tiae'ci')y uirl FTbre woresot a..ma5iSntoceistruiLbsheprivileges LtIsof lir' a' '' H toeep. Whyi
lsdl ictmntls ri.n ted d loast hin buhy Itil otU itr fi I ritf c gre g ll
the grand Jury ersag aDOmanydif, soll.. sh' ,il 11 6a1 111 8.1riego t
fortrist offeba ls Sr" Ws t Obat i50 Pw'it Agent S p .l the loo raIr t I Ticatis wow
by him by t.. forgerieaws f55owe? 4. i. Worth, Tax., fise1111- 1111!V41 1 the.~., jtoralle Is More: i
11-We)) ("?Wok 'a C'"111"164Is Nisee lams A. W11iM, eswesewrn frol gs.ii u @0ta ge ou ma in set i u
cam.sPepe o r, U'tY Is AWA i&r and agslit of oe Cb o sad 44Alt". ut t mns
the rem alaitez f" o ar 007e a01 pi Oed raiod. with ead nsu t r, In thi rj' .-T a vs, wo. a emstast: d am d b
by it* I Me- b a retd. five ft e DOWI to nr n 1StIM" mel lfroc('bplsaisMwee W Wsd
V W to 35 m b ar b usiiS' ( MIigf lt t l Ul eIs m famin 1 0 ( "M w o o d P by b
sift NOe Oicted en *efie wlbeey. aft IS .aeof th. best kroet 'raffir 71rV 1 ,t w *it"" was A6 M b H ,
Atlanta. I 5 hr 1 T bepr us i o mn c l a to he o lwth amt Kolilb a member f t hemmer.
1:1saiesl 4W D,-,!' &cad ejto) d W all bUs 'j is. arm He was sbob vometh e be ,
Isi the erlo't"". of The prepaedsiv Cwe"PlitnSes t411e10Their Dofftoisely Whvol.mpkonvd Oesesel a Tss. letorem
state106 rfran -Vboadke as the s"at." u as#_ Itoe Jt 14 7b#- ilikelty West las e, 001441140 ef fCalogiosP.
farm set MI. 4aettie. Theplals as betwees (lermasy se at rsar gtsism A P nod also whether sader loa
pow red by A tsoill A .C C b .. c ell m l O fI t1 &# ldM S la. A is.I reg ir t m *I's losttu irle s eh e6 1 0 0 *bum
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am lbs an 9" 'lle=- bgr by a" .mbsav swaves1i sh.neato we r s h egreAsed
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T HE OROANmZlTON VIOTORIOU8

Prdenvt 6oet Recelved the Flor-
iWl RepUbidn kin Amtable Manner,
Sd Was I enferen e for Several
Sewae.-Florlda In Good Hands.
W I fo H ry 8. Chubb, obsarean of
epblla sn BSate Oentral Com-
I 4 Saad "jeeiver of public mloole
SUnted l ttes land oflee, who
r with ba committee composed of
Nes. J. N. Coombe of Apalasblelsoo
manber of the National Committee
rtmn Florida, M. B. Mlaefrltan, for.
ae Republian candidate for Goveron
tr, and Gao. W. BeB of Tampa. John
U. Cheney of Orlado, candidate for
Congrae frod the Benood district dar
lag the lst eampalla, George W. Al-
le slletor of emtastm for the port
of ey Weat, and others, to confer
wish the President nla reference to
Federal appointments in Florida, has
re1raed tothe city :*ling well over
trhseooeseof the delregtion, a. he
a"'eld feel.
"President Roosevelt s a great
'. mai," remarked Ool. Ohubb, as he *at
Is a easy hair In his private oafce
d' addressed The Sun reproesonttive,
ih had sought him to aseertali "the
esaditlon of things" with the organ.l
ssilo ln Florida. "He has a long
,memory, and we were all delllhted
S wih t he reeptlon we received as his
heads.
"As regard the outcome of our mis-l
Sal and the soaoes of the Republican
e oralsantioa I thib State, that is best.
S to In the press of the country, whea
S be press enumerated the appoint-
: esse whieh had befn made In Flor.
M d. It goes without saying that we
very moh graddtll as the Preel-
d. *oaodenaee, Integrity and good
resede made by all Federal offersn
I, tllhi a borders of this great 8tase.
JI Iameal am gretly pleased at my
s oappOil t, as it will enable me to
e a omy most please relations
with y frieade l Osil eville, the
r eT and kdsesm of ~rom I shall
awss hea d is f.r remsabnree.
i. r eall IteAw appresai their en-
BI i Ot irs ~i,sin ee.t. /
S~0.=ol.4f bee pleeant.,
s. g tor Ia esaIesth ad geheMroM-
i: ~f amyoIleaga, f W. o. eb-
Sga-, -he 0eappela"n of whom as
oif Itihe Uated bate lato d of.
p ",a/ the greater atlsfl

e.pil m ante Ouwr Delegatieo.
'"Bow abotfahe work ot the Florida
Sdelegti ,"veatered the reporter.
"'Oar S a ea feel proe of its del.

erH, I ensu i
B: lpls,'* re.paed tid sldtlnguIshed
B1; a-Bll J4e -dt is to ate rInnan
ia bW etsweae a withl tiage of
S "eSatbesim. "Seater b ero is one
of Ohs aeet ldesttaIl SBstorn from
heOs | mh ad Is so reeegled. His
,hsltMtr *s ne te klatlio lr the In-
#' ~O- a le h aes Ite ol t aIas o meaBt.
I' esItby le d g membe of the
s ri-. e saoait h ih asong the
g.P o mea of tha body as a wetrer
!. tolla"or.
/ .Maerv Is a Worker.
S emO ter Mallory Is d oepquent and
S maI lYeTe ideib e ad hasn delivered
aelotaheablesseeehae* hard rl
,', the aswite. Ie it a proe(mad think.
S o, a iftell eatemaa and we are for
a w it having se hottest, pright
S' -rl eapr d.st *a nl the ena*te
.Spe i rma1. 0 t*it I e Own.
"lriia'B delelgabl e la the Moew
Sit e ee- Ooareeummaa l parma
dg( o ag M gat efl and streath of

an p-werwIfa tor la 'he HOeme.
e has embeehp oe the .eoes o-
pdet-*I nulttese ad Ie *aeooIted
b th meamem be el Con resm. A
S epubies Oeagreman of aileesIl
; pe aMles a iM me that Swarkmas we
s f the etUeageet member of the
8****' t mB the o eeth
I'
pFrak Otarh's Progras.
"Oayra h-eased Frank Clark was


aesnsna ~Yc ndmmiablesser. High
bs hav- e aso peudoneed ay seet
dSho bh blMw55 ad he ois rp
Ift wompe d"talowesvt of she
seek agmd ver fttlthtlty for his
-Be bUa s ardIntro-
ddahUIi the-Ileceto so am
00s lsabs" 0OWN sw$6peabibiting
go besbaft at SMJ tb" hmme"
the Isaatn ssl Isi sas IeenDOW

et lb Vowl ofesdi-
4 a MW Sa2"= ,blu tge rm


, ...l


~3l19,_90__


CwIrem,?


is Well P


evil, so mieh abhorred and detetoed
by our people wbo have vote dry.
Oongreman Clark will also iotrodfse
a bhi at onee for an additional appro.
pratlo oof $80,000 for the public build-
ing at Gaineiville, Mark my word,
Frank.Olarkwill make a record for
himsel of which his district and the
8tate will feel proud."
MELROSE MENTION.
Trouble of the Buttons-New Arri-
vele-Other Notes of Interest.
Melros, Deeomber 18.-The usual
Ohristmas fetivitlee of the united una-
day schools will be held at the Town
Hall on the evening of December 2kh.
The many friends of Rev. T. H. S.
trutk were mmnh pleased to hear of hib
return to Melrose for another year.
A. A. MRaes ba returned from a
pleasant islt to his brother at Evians
ton.
H. Button had the misfortune to fall
from a ladder while palotial, reseiv-
lag a bad eat over the eye and as-
meroms brulm on his body. Hise on,
Frank, also met with an aeeldeat by
having his lip split by a nail while
working on the steamer Alert.
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are 1. Wood, Nangasook, Co-
neetient, and Rev. 8. W. Lawler, the
new presiding elder of the East Coast
District. His many friends here
heartily congratulate him on his pro.
motion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Remmel and
maid. and Mis 8. Reber, all of Mauch
Chuak, Pa., have arrived a Keystone

At the recent election held by F. &
A. M. Lodge No. 0 all the old offeers
were re-eslted.
Arehdaeon L. E. Ooodwin oA ltarke
will hold evealag service at Trinity
church on Deoember 31.
A barrel or toe Florida syrup was
shipped yesterday to a former rm-
Idea& of Melroee now n I 1ensylIvanla.
LaOrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follow lagrippe,
but ever follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cure Jagrippe.
eougha and prevented pneumonia and
eonsumptloe. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar sad refee any subeUtute of.
fered. Mr. U. Vaeher, liT tOsood
It.et, eCeago. writes: "My wife had
a sevre eneof last or e tamte ea"


ITARE YU Na
o 0. F. P. (Gerstles Female Panacea)


Offer You Cnoioe Betwen a GuOar
Ahteed Cure, or Heavy Expeno With-
out Any Guarantee.
That is the piopoltiloo ina not-
hell. Yoo ea s~oee a guaranteed
female remedy-o- other UN GUAR-
AN rED medicines, or expensive
medical treatment without any assor-
ance whatever of beleg benefited.
Therein lies the superiority of G. F.
P. (Gerstle's Female Panaeea). It
has, does and will cure all female
orders, eah as prolapses, osppresed,
scast or profuse menstroatiou, bead-
abe, pains in the back. whites, Inflam-
mation, etc. It is a remarkable toole,
aslsing nature to a proper discharge
of dutlee, bringing health, beas
and cheer into the asflieted female's
life.
SMre Leathie Sehrimser of Hunts-
ville. Ala..says: "For a year I soft
feared extremely with female troubles,
having two of our best physlilams
tretilng me. but they seemed unable
to reoah my trouble. Then I took one
bottle of 0. F. P. (Oerstle's Female
Psnasea) and was cured, and have not
suffered one bit since. No other media.
eine made equals It."
Sold oader a money-back ogurantee
by all dralsts *C $1 per bottle.
I a i_


SID SA It left her with a terrilbleH% rodmody. Mrs. Vieslows sooth-
eoseh. She trled a bottle of Folee s on tUP, for ebldrme seethin. It
tIYo aNd Tar ae w itcave Immdiadlte Jso he the ehald. saftem the "us$
relief. A W4e4 bottle Wce her he rg alae, ere vied We W ad Is
*mtleilv." 'Rate"eutelitaute. J. W S srem br dianbsea Tu ws
Mecullm 6 m C tompnyy-ee mate a hea boe*
Gesloft Giat. e r eDeseM o es Ike Fire.
WasbkgnWa. Dec. 18 -A d*isgailc Des Moinee. LI.&- Slw-It e IU tb.
2*cliiiag several pro t krgi$.j1 W94, b:Ock. corner of Ibai a"d wa)-
Was gives &a aiadieaw by Pr "*at !a A kermed mrQb Wag. ; 06
Rooseelh ta bealf of the 1 suat a ksusem.
meat o f& Ilteonteta. reolruazt tm
the SoWS. loniag to the I atie o T. Owe a Ceh h Oe Oag
S aNTake LAXATIVE UONO Qmle
tag them Ia tadeary aejm'a lo~L M'Thwmesif
ift "d Mkw&W W "Outd sun" U 14
vrsad of seeding them to lbI pen iIsesI 0 6n 'I aI 8ee% woo@&"
gam to boom* graduaalt to tios, ~e.isso s" b m. U.W

I be*N tes Mm Aow A A rV7 F
rL T ahu e bm
Have YOU TO bin Vte Ift
li soWwikTW U a w bdo
son 44 sea"



I.. -


Apis ArrAsted.
Maeos, a.. Dec. 18.-a l Sciobeld.
was acquitted of the charge of murder.
ink Greas Kng a negro. Vvrdence eub.
mitted by the defense that Scbooeld
was lasme and a moral pervert was
believed by the Jury and the verdict of
acqiOttal discharged him from custo.
dy.B But be was not turned loose. Is
eteaj, be was rearreeted by Shoer
Robertson on a warrant from Ordinary
*Iley and now he will be tried for lu-
nay.
Must pre His Own Cour.
Anguata, Ga., Dec. 18-A case was
docketed by the police against City
Councilman Bryan Lawrence, who was
acting recorder, and before whieb tri-
bunal be is scheduled to appear for
trial. After court Mr. lAwrence haJ
a fistlcuff with A. F. Hallowell, who Is
a clerk in the hotel of which Lawrence
Is proprietor. The affair was about
a personal matter.


WUE VS A LMIK3
he* ad frdytu odd-
=04 teftl a AN odlr~r rr
wle. We wJ a he. mz= a=
9=6 d e Ir ww lamr
'71b, mo. Pam- Mek Cs.,
~theaga. tmr.


"WrTNOUT A PAW~,
wrat br Shelton, of PoplW
, Mo., 1. I can do my huamwei,
althcmb, bdoo tldag CARDUI ttwo
docismahaddc6menoocd. Il a
bt uftl say I va s ad by Canal.
I art owy 1I -9 1 gMy tokwwd
Oft wemW almm"d~


CLYDE LINE
CLYDE LINE


Searching for Woman's Assailant
Jackson, Miss., Dec. 18.-Scores of
men and boys are searching the city
in aneffort to capture a negro charged
with having tempted a criminal a.
sault, his Intended victim being a
clerk In a local retail establishment,
Miss Mamle Depriestley. If captured
and Identfied, a lynching wll likely
occur. _______
eaffold FPals; Two Men Killed.
Fittgermir d, Ga., Dec. 18.-Fred Elder
of Chicago, and Vard Dickerson, whose
home is here, were killed by the break.
Ing of a scafold while painting a
bouse. Dickerson's neck was brok-
en, death resulting insantly. ElJer
lived seven hours, dying from Internal
Injuries.
A Certain Cure for Croup.
When a child shows symptoms of
oroup there is no time to experiment
with new remedlet. no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There is one preparation that can al
ways be depended upon. It has been
In use for many years and hau ever
been known to fail, vis: Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton
of Market, Texts, says of it: "I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
severe eaes of croup with my chill
dren, and can truthfully say it always
ives prompt relief." For sale by all
d ruogieta.
Negro Respited.
Atlanta. Dec. 18 -4;overnor Terrell
has granted a respite until Jan. 12th
next to Will Cunnlngham. the young
Jefferson county negro who was sen
tenced to be hanged Friday. Notice
of the reslite was In the s.ierlff't hands
only a few ours before the time for
the execution.

Will Not Meet in Chattanoage.
Louisville. Ky., Dec. 18.-Tbhe exeo
utlve committee of the general Haptlat
conv(,ntlon of North America has re
eclnded Its action in regard to the next
meeting place, and declined to accept
the invitation of (hamtanooga to meet
there next May.
An Emergency Medicine.
For sprains, bruises, burns. sealds
and similar Injiorir there is nothing
so good as Chamberlala' Pain Balm.
It soothee the wound sad not only
gives Lniant relief from pain, but
causes the parts to heal in about one.
third the time required by the usual
treatment. Bold by all druggists.

Hyde te Resde In Parla.
New York, D1c 1--Wlib a;I bual
nesa ti' 1 rr vrT' I and aasurtld that
there lil t-a no further call for ~tlm
by the nsiirance' InvetigaUton. Com
James H H)(,I! *si: sell for France on
the Tourain< on [I. to make his
home In Paris a)Ir the Herald.

If ohe sab h is OsWai Teeth
Be sure add mee that old ad well-


me Table la elect April 10. 100M.
Depart For OAINE8VILLI

Doily ediate Polate


Daily


IrQpm



Ia I5 p
Darl


Oals. Leembei ad Tamps, ad
latseedlate Polats


Pakftha, l4jmskvlfe.
worth, Pass OW Waes


Arrive ?ua




$.wpm
lops1
Dolh


igh ny.Apt Wye.S bmSb, I uuni a I pme
Alhaay. Auinmta all Paint Nouth, lea Was 11


leeelle, Mso"I "d Ciu


Oman
Dafty


Hta bSprinsyo


33eem be"& we4w se -o
epalc~t Qss suseemis X" A Cos*
lee mp i &A b sm eitLmadIO

A~dsnnt JA. OMWM .Tkkse A. m Gj"
ra"I a U& rm -- m W- D dL

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APN ss Cure of CuraMs
Neverres yourself to suffer pain. WOmn"
pains are curable. They are the sig of d.Maa
conditons of the female organs, which shou M be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.

TAKE






i CoN TO WOMAN'S REL.
mwb ew adoiforsn from my of wman'sbiting and eakeolg pal
it ot oly compels the pains to stop, but it follov up and drivel o
the cauMo the paui vhlch prevents them from comlng back.
It makes yeu ve. Try ItL
Sold erywhere In $1.00 bottle.


.. r-u
FOTTJR 8.A.ILI^ S E.J I WEE)
BETWEEN
Jacksonville and New York,
Z OCaling at OHARLESTON, 8. C., both ways.
Te FIegt Steam SiB ii the COsatvis Service .
The Ulyde eN w England and Southern Lines
Direst Serviee Between JAUCKONVILLE, BOSTON and
PIOVIDENOs and AUl Ieterm Poinu,
CallinI a Charleston both ways.
8e3l3Z-WJ3EIIL CL'Y SLAILIGSa-S
Southboonad ................ ........... From Lewie' Wharf, Buton
Northbound................. From Foot of Catherine st.. Jaoksonville

Cvie St. Johns River Line
EHBIwee n JACKIUOMVrLLt and SANIeORD
8toppine as Palatka, Asto, St. Franis, Bereaford (DeLand).and lutermedlas
Landigp on 85. Johns River; eommeaoing Wednesday, November 16, 1906,
STEAMERK
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Are appointed to ail as follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Sator-
days. as 8 0 p. m. Returtlng, leave Sanford, daily except Sundays, at 9:80 a. .
oee. GCEDU LE Norhboua
asaiews e8R ,ad
Leve 8:80 pm ...................Jacksonville.... .... ...Arrive .2O am
e:46 pm .................. P... l ka ................. Leave 8 00
1 a00 a .......... ... ..... Astor ...... ....... .8:8 0
:30 am ..................... St. Fran is 00p
-.. .... .... Ber. ford (eLand).......... .. .. lOO p0
Arrive :10am .......... .......... Sanford ......... ....... .. 0'30a
10.00 am.... ....... ........aterpre.... 1000.....
w r_-.mmm-o u. -. -. an., ----
UENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W. BAY ST., JACK8ONVIL,
r. U. a oiSuwa I a. Ae OM. Pass Au.. It NWs t"yf. -asertle. a.
W. 0. Co000o Jr este C. P. LOVILL. sapetiase-suL
e e*re owa"mree. JaekTUe.J rt
AC 3fIY. IMalmA m.Ass..)ew Yr.k CLYDe LMsAX rL U D0 eOTOewM
flOt G. WI )MP.C LYD (AO..
General Ma General Agenat
MaCT-0Wb fldtw. Is tsaw ,oo. Mow Y w

Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
A via 0 i V % V.
D M A o rn .1 6 0D e n a
Hac ICt lb D'1 \anthi. r*a WLof
Sa.tor all:arueLU S.see Wv as

Rapid Transit and Unsurpa eed Service


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THE DAILY SUN: tAIlNESV[LLt FL[RIDA, DECEMBER 19, 1901


SOF CIY AND REAL
4I0W OP MD WoAN as eB Is ihn Are Ilid
COUlNT CONDENSD ilaraa bb Kidey nd Cofsor & rBla
Lots in
Norman McCredie of Micanopy, who eI ei.1 TImAbAHle.
i employedd with Croxion's .urvvy ig FKi-;:ev trouble preyv unlpo t!:.. rint, dvrlers anut
SaCotp, spgf.t Suuday in this city. 1i~cour.tge!s ndless:B.ntmi it: ., .mt': , i)-irri ,
]ev. Mr. Camuron of G(hT-'i, v ho s ',. l. r*t y I'
JA been eonuueting a series uf meet- when the k:n- I,:lre de-tal,* I ui
Ing ast Jennings Lake, has gone with a out of ordir or dis- avenue. ltbtw
party to Tiger Island-on the Sarwannee easwd. Od FrM .w
Kidney troul'le has
river for a few days' hunt This will, become so prealet o A M Cuh
no oubt,be a novel ecperienee for the that it is not tncrli.- A short tIin,
Reveren4 gentleman. mon for a hil1I t,, to W E BAnk
born afflicttedl th East La,nesv,
8 A. A Saripren of Wpahington, D. teak kidnvs. I the ahvi
0.. and Mre. ate Ooebran of Thomas- child urinatestoooften, if the urine scal4s upon wlclh it
ville, Ga., have arrived in the eity and the flesh, or if, when the chihl reaches an e rctI a hands
will be the guts of Mr. and Mrs T. J. age when it should be able to control the The dimensi
wil be t e gu s of r d M J ap it s yet afl icted withll 1el-wtt- seah.
Swearingen, Roper avenue, for the tin dependupon it, the cause of th dll-
neut few days. The former, who holds culty is kidney trouble, and the tir.t Mrs.
a position with the Treasury Depart- step should be towards the trentici't of Saturday c
ment at Washington. is a brother of theeimportantorgan. This util:.hatit l
trouble is due to a dieeased conilitio!n (f itiR the stair
Mr. Swearingen and ha not seen him the kidneys and bladder ant. nti to a Orange tree
in twelve yean. habit as most people suppose. had the milfo
As we are overstocked with mule we omen as well as men are m,. injuries which
Liable %ith kidney and bladder trnie,!uls,
oaer for sale eight good turpentine and both need the ame great r:ledy. are quite rain
mqles and two four-horn wagoon and The mild and the immediate etfcot of trust that she
thaneu in good condition eheap for SwampRoot issoonrealized. Itissold few days.
oash. Four males and one four-hor by drugists, in ifty-
cent and one-dollar Atte
Sand harne 000, lour m size bottles. You m ay
a one four-honre wagon and harness have a sample bottle The rular
O40. This is only threfourths' their by mail free, also a sim-ait Vernon Lodge
valee. Can be see at Lennon, Fla. pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, ias, will be he
Smith is., LenaoN, Pt. inclu*ian many of the thousands of testi- 'clock Tthe
monial letters received from sufferers
Among the visitor to this city s F. cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., attendwilre i
A. Slith of Washioltomn, represent. Binghamton, N. %., Be sure and mention ert will re eiv
tire of The Wushinton Post, one of this paper. Don't make any mistake, J. A. Ru
but remember the name, S wamnp-Root,
the oldest and most widely koown pa- Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad- True Sil
pens a thetountry. Mr. 8mith is In- dress, Binghamton, N. V., on every Cr~ensboro,
troducing for The Poet a work in two bottle. bill of Indict
volume entitled "Messages and Pa- --- nst Dr: J.
pen of the Confedersey," and expects KILLED A BIO BEAR. ecuso of bha
to remain here for two or three days. Zola. two we
He is registered at the Brown House. Bruin Ran Down by Train Near Lees- will be arraig
D. V. Mainel of Monooeha, Water- burg and Met Instant Death. ruary term of
mna Johaaon of Mieanopy, Ohas. Is thee modern times it seems like -,
Hodge of Alashoa, F. H. Olyast a fairy tie to state that bear are so Qullty
of Olyat Station and 8. L. Turner numerous lin ome sections of the Valdoeta, 04
of Lake View were visitors to State that, like cattle, they congregate of this city.
Oainesville yesterday. Mr. Hodge, upon railroad tracks and sometins Speer. In the
who, with the exception of Brother meet death for their indiscretion. court, to a te
4Atser of The High Springs Hornet. is Bat this is a fact, and once In a aay in the At
lthe most original man I the county, while we hear of some immense bear of counterfeit
has a new "fad" ln pictures and with a killed in that manner The latest oo.
simple little apparatus produces a like- curred near Leesburg, a few miles to Negro I
eaes of one's future husband or Wife, the soath of that pretty, bustling lit. Rome. Ga..
t the oae may be. Satisfaetioon ls e t own. Train No. 78 of the Atlantic white section
guaranteed d or your money back when oast Line was steaming rapidly north. Roadway ser
you lat married, ward, when the engineer not(ied, as he Way, wuas san
Tbh Florida Republioans who were rounded a sharp eurve, a large bear a pald to have
a Washington with Hon. H.S Chubb, short distance ahead, standing be. Neal
ehalirmaa of the Republican Stat Ceon- tween the rails. Bruin was facing the G
trial Oommittee, showed their apparel. monster engine, but did not appear to (adsden. Al
realise that it was loadedd," for he
4aloO of hi valued services by pre- r th t fr ton a w.aleI
him with a magifleat gold. made no attempt to more. The pilot
-seating wiago moved him, however, hurling him tn eofto
beaded walking eane, properly ca.-mo twenty-fi e h fet hurln i of the murder
grated, which Colonel Chubb brought ab tra s fee to i o spected nerro
baek with him. The eane is one of the Thetrkin a te
bLmdeoa me~et er Nan he re ad it/rO~d The trin was stopped, the animal l t
headsomest ever seen here and is goe th A Us
-thoot saying is appreciated, not- isured and brought o thi city whee h witty
withatelding the fet that the distia it was prasentd to the division omeers Ing the Hlber
4,gahed gentleman has yet not reached of the road. cited to burr
-sat advanced age and condition where And this sconunts for so many of iJl sidse, te]
t almeit nesstary. "the boys" feasting on twar meat for An Irlab di
dinner recently. thle vbi. of s5
MU ting of Commissioners. BNEFT ENTERTANMENT n t
BENEFIT ENTRTAIMMENr in tie tlbrlgt a
ThaeBoard of County OommsIaeionern -- '--- n the
i it la aoourned seilson Monday for To be Given at Rochelle for Martha inltler Tw ak
4he prpaee of clearing up some oaln- Perry Institute Plano und. streets Ilasphi
'.ihed bested, comprising bills of the The beautiful drama. "Out in the
al sIas i eoSf the ireut eoaour. The Street8 ," i preparatlos and will be ( r. Y t
oa Ad idJl ed fr it eeion of presented by earefully elected home Ro d any
Sbout thre4 boorn. talent of keebelle in the sear futues. git disgUsatld.
Cured Parelysis. This is a very popular drama la teer lauulh 41orag
W. Rll, P1 0. True, Te as*, and no fonrt will be aspmed to Jack You wo.
W. u. "ay True. Ta present it with all the aeeeaoerei, cad bearing w r ,.l
elites "My ifre had bee er arm iss hoped it will be enjoyed by a fell YrIk W !ekly
.--e yasn with paralysts la her anl, bO e
ubeu I was persuaded so me BSalled's a m.,
-. w ILM t, wbhich..d mid At the conelusior of the drme
S~ I bae le ed it for leashn will be wrved to al who de. trsbk br.e? II
fesh abie 1 and sklo erw te el sieN as reasonable prie, mad all e Wbhy. folks ,cn
S the work." Sold bi M. t assurd of a trel in this li*, and rgo away
A athe proeedwill be devoted to pepeta.-lJfe
the piaoe fuad it is to be hoped tha a --
We -_ .^ 1114 le e .diamee will be pre*e*l. The **" e
W a pU uhe n hble is lariscd I dreaBn mB
V- Afa La Ibrs hI sblut k inyits_ nmhnr
iA Vislr Tilla ita b ONRISiTMAS AND NEW YEARS. H e n,
Get the Handsome Emboased Ca at -
OWi at the Ihte seig Masi. The Su b Of c.o


11M LAbxbetelOS W hare someery a kndowme eec.
w ill be p fe w wm9d Oh elotmi Smh t a d Now Yea t'5 4. m mso
w" -h wre dill um mim hr- -A
We beep suppose for Talking U&Ma".V"C we or will easrl eerbsae
lSIS.Msedse l~oeAThey ore very Ime* Od itI"youd~esire Te580"14
.L T N MOU UI, ree sholdPat is Fuer set et pfer.so
#I l. (cll NW 0"smolesas tb emst. um
Lcs Cish -- _I
mm, ..*- Gabweil-
Trtre Peachr.
IW SWI Sl MW ""g a# ". 0 001111211 OF
1). MGM. iW mfi1" a pu1 466 In a

gr in." Mal Iw ev -I S asop a806-

rs wlrs gerI eul I -I D
uiu. v sa tMc. ub
--aes o w -O f I rs

4" -to $ a1"D
son e gf% imftft # 6
low A ,Sod an On. '. .


STATE DEAL.
ndcng lold Tw Elegant
I East Oainesville
ending, the r'.! -itn-
ar o .x^
t sales of vy r, >. r y
r tire wa, t -' ( ,.
ldilUg h ta on rAI iait'tl
-en Alaehum hvrtiiic and
.tree', Eastt t,,oiii.iville,
lman.
e afterward thi tirmn sold
er, on Alichla mrvn'e,
ile, a fine hunidiag lot,
t is obderptood .te will
owe residence at onee.
ions of lots are l()zI140

HudRin Irjured.
veainal while dercend-
way at her home, East
m, Mrs. S.A. Hodgins
rune to fall. sustaining
i will not prove fatal, but
ful. Friend l of the lady
will be out again in a

intion, K. of P.
weekly meeting of Mt.
No. 2), Knialit. of Pyth-
Ild this eeiiwng at 7:80
will be work A full
deairMd. Visiting broth-
e a oordial welmon,..
NaarToN.v K. f R A 8.
I Aialnst Matthews.
N. C.. Dec. IS-A true
noett has been returned
B. Matthews. who Ia ac.
ring polaoned his wife,
eks ago )r. Matthews
oed ftr trial at the Feb.
court.
of Counterfeitlng.
a., Dec. 1S.-J. J Parnell,
wasu entencidl by Judge
e Ulted States district
rm of one year and one
lanta prison on a charge
lag.
tins.
Sheoao White Man.
Dec. 18- A Mr Neal, a
haad nemiloiin!l in t1*e
ice of thIr Sout.iern raill
it aI the I,.- hy a negro
heeas working with Mr

en Ten Years.
Ia Dlc It-ltoyd Pinker.
miner, was glen a %ell.
'ears In the rity court for
of William Smith. a re-
)har!' r.


I* 5CSagwg li.t ('Calting. Illustrat.
rilanl tirmneury lbelni elx
y tvl ond the Uliilts lls Il,. aswadlote
vinr. priechlul against
wmtrilang and d(enouu(ing
IUn a crtalin town. sakd
if decaImation.
HItt(k chlldren that can
a Mnliug "
<-s Lamsh.
nr, nt calling on Miss
nir sih? Jack-No: I
Whl- bas such a ecnar
, I irer autired that
sli If you'd beea with
I pIr pomed to bwr New

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,w I. re perfertly Itelhy
S',, the gumt and dys.

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(Zqorporaesr i
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Abetrsete of Title and fall information furamihed nre dlaig lad s1 th l
soonty. Our manager has lved in thl sooatr Ihinty yeaIts
Is thoroughlyl onversant with lad Ut1 s.

El. E,. VOY LE,
riR2, A00IDEKJT. BUROLAR AND UIDBMNITT INSURANOI. lepre
a uting a umber of ramt Arl a Id eampaale.
n i tl a MAL AT3 ANDI Oi.

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AM W IfI".. Compoxinc Room*.
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-fm DAILT Bt X. published every morning ex-
4t Meoday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
Oeak to any part of the United states, posetae
lWfoSi asyear: Sa.o six months; 11.25 three
I -IM-.or5o centl fur five weeks-strictly in
'


AL digs notices In local column zo cents a Ile
SArst linertion. and 5 center for each additional
t ls for display advertis made known o
eppietion.
't h Twicea-Week sen an eglt-page, forty.
Mia paper, published Fvery Moday Mad
h' wday, and coatati a the sew of the
wi, local, atate and gerrml. and win be
uamed, dpotagfre, to as part ofthe United
ail or CasLd, for SCIfo ia yer-4a advice.
AI adverttisig bills become due after Art
r n of advertisement, nsale oUeArwis
Futtsd i otrect. Partiles mo knwan to
"%b reIaid to pay for adversligl is a
V** d Adress, THR DAILT41N.
OuawSaSvuA VIa.

The Rulsalo government ie said to be
hi alnropt. The Osar might keep out a

So m lany tk eompeanitp e have been
*rpgaolsed ia New Jersey that they
h M exhsooted the water sopply.

It is now claimed that the fellow
S wheo so trol ly denousae footfall have
"eteak of ylftlow" I eloIe pros-
imtty to their spinal column.

There is not mebh in the line of aee-
mriee of life that Florida is depead.
at onsany other State for, and we
ftm1esh other States many of the loax
I. *Hee


; If tMi Roosevelt's sweetheart had
ilked oe the old man to ask for hb
deaLhter's head the ebhnese are that
Ihe oret nrvieo men would hae
LLbbed him.
SPeaw saelatilooe at The Haoe
will hte to be postposed to let sa
SS ea leid dow eo mw to see If they
have m ane that sa be aeot to rpn*-
on t tlht ooeltry.

The Atlata SJourall, after sumrmin
up the quetloa of wbhat oobht to be
doe In Russia, Is frank to aekaowl.
edge that the qaedion Ie a pussler to
Si atdveory bard.

SThe Chlae propose to garrison
s Mashortia with 100,9O meea. ChOla
Sib mo d oaey, aod reenat
"' deela rta--ow %at ihe has some
ve ood eleeiabO b haoe learned a
Sathw of the yr aTp m from Japaese
C\e0 rs. _____"_.
The oplaltof the lorks supreme
w rte to the *toadlg of he Beok.L
mn s bool law is belag awaited with
mo eoseera down s Qlaeville.-
Dally News.
Yet we manage to ree well o'
llhtas without the aid eo asse*-
thslete ..___
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It Ooermany is saoeeesul ti her ef-
fonr toward reeiproal trade elatloas
with the other eouatr4eo of Earope,
our owa country may be eompelled to
do somenles in that line or let the
teroo antirse sell the goods. The
/ Idea of a protective sarit is soasenae.

a While oar people are deploring their
S fate wis the meroery down to tdo-
grees above sror, the people of the
National Capital aad in may parn of
Virglta are trylal to move aboet
amidlt the eet sad saow that make
It alamt impoeible to walk about
the strete.

a ta iadlueello t for people to bey
diamonds for Ohbrismma ife. a Ja*k
oesstle J*wler pfeQIs a seady rise
to lte pre for some use to eome. If
me hold bay a few heded the Ie a
mthllIs a a deeliae o the moaret
wUle womM sod as to h* wall. Prite
lma wiul de for a heat yes awtlie.

S. J l dmlllPle daily erMs

sel d ib b esowam la me.
ubth e 1ke t 5a of So a" had

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stowed. The year that as fast dying has
been one of onosuai prosperity to our
city. no discouragements in the way of
adverse busluee, disease or failure of
orops having been present to retard
our advancement.
91o the hustle of everyday business
the aeohbaioq ad artisan have been in
demand as well as the man of buoi-
ne-w, anrs there is noreson why the
laborer and the tradesman, who have
bees *lled theirhealth, should not
bhav something laid by to aid them in
the dnmoymean of the annual season
of holMamy happifns.
And the prospeets for the future are
as brigs as one suld wiah for in near.
ly all branches of industry, as the peo.
pie who are here from the les favored
localities in seareb of a home in the
land of peace and plenty are among us
at the preset. ia, wIUe thee who
are afli ted come here and are pleased
with the surroundings, and carry the
glad tidings to their friends in distant
parts of our common country, who
come here at the next Christmas tide
to enjoy the beauties of our delightful
Bouthland, making more aecommoa.-
tlose neeesary each year, and adding
so our population, shou neossiltating
ore home and more of the neoe*.
orld of life, which neoessrily bring
to a Iefty to our Industrial re.
Paooee flisttenee.
ith ish conditions we enter upon
t aaesona of Christmas tide. with On*
SoM blessings from the Oiver of All
Ooodwith health and happlnems on
oeer hand, and a promise of mooh
good 04 the future., s there any reaon
why e people of GOalnetvlle should
not elhbrate the glad eest to its fall.
est?


COTTON CONVENTION.
President Harvie Jordan of the
Irouitern Ootton Assooelaton in a m e-
eq seln oat to the varioos 8tate preoa
Ideate large the importameo of sHlect
log good beuneass men from among the
farmers, merehaute and bankers who
are so be appointed as delegates to the
lew Orlleans 0 nveatsoaJaloary lth.
Itth sad 18th. The date eleeted for
tbe ooeaty meeting to appoint suoh
delegates i saturday. December 28rd.
Mr. Jordan says:
"As this i to be a business meeting
let us elimalate aslfar a poslble any
political tleatur. We aro working for
results and.he souoee which has at.
tended the efforts of the southern Cot-
ton Assoeeation in this respect is large
ly doe to the feet that the farmers,
merehaste and bankers who are mnirm
ber have gone about the affair of the
aesuelaston is a thorough, busoiaeo.
like manner
"*Repots from the county meeting
held peerally throughout the cotton
belt last saturday ladleate that the
warH of orglelaiIde of the aeooelatio
is o lag forward wilh great enthest-
rn sand deteamilatlol and the dole.
gate will eame to Xew (Orleoans well
prepared to make more permanent te
gowd work.

Hwa's This?
We offor Oe Hadred Io.i;ars re.
wrd tor ay eas of catarrh that ea.
mot be eased by liall's (liaarh Core
r. J. Cuama A (o Toledo. t.
We. the eadoelniead. havt knowa F.
J Cheesy lr the list learn. and be.
ITevekin peorttly hoeorable in all
bu esiss ucmowsetiea and eIaJlty
aile to earrt ol any oblauatoues mde
by Ias lss.
WaLsim Kisasi A Mavir .
Whlemsal Dr, t se, Tlwede. 0

NmW ans"a ser es eONhe Iems.
Timll-mn1e it mw. Prise. 7 -%Per
slea e hle. b w
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Turkey Surrenders to Demands.
Constantinople. Dec. 16.-Turkey
last night formal, surrendered to the
demands of th, ;)owtrs and accepted
the scheme provilirg for the financial
control of Macedonia. A communhk -
tlon to this effect -as handed by tne
porte to tee Austro-Hungarlan am.
bassador, Baron Von Callce, and tie
question which ha;s been the subject
of negotlatlons for 11 months was
closed. The International fleet will
promptly be withdrawn.


CHRISTMAS OCHER. AmSe-e ha referenee to he rapid do.
.rn- ,~~,~ MSIS foresfsM loin oa aI the
In looking about the city Is would *omatry omeirbat relieved by the
appear to an observer that tbrl is ao ft o 8tf Sl vernment gIpklegt have
reason why ali should not have a por" joes tored oat that oneaoonty alone
tion of the Christma obeer tbhtis t to Ohlbolom (Greer county) has 58,-
be sen on every hoad. The store of (O0.00000 .W ons of cement in the gyp-
the eity rn Oilled with o a bondanee om depoelt within her boundaries.
of evvrythinlg celeoilated to make both Tht field, which is #o far untoushed.
old ad young happy and there seems ean supply building rateritl whieb hi
to be no .nd of thb ioys, novelties and equal to millions of aeres of forces.
dolls thlat eause the ehlldreo to be There are plenty of other cement de-
merry on this day of rejoising in every pdteissalo.
Ghrsssian land. %
surely there is o need of any in the Every day there is a carload or more
city of Gaineslihle being anything but of public doeomente sent through the
glad, except perhaps a few who are mails that not only cost large sums of
wateblng beside the tick-bed of loved money to print, but no small sum to
ones. whose eoodilood may ur opel send Itlhroogh the mails. It is utterly
them msnlfest a feeling .of sadness worthless to half the people to whom
on the natal day of Him to come to the i is sent, and as many people who re.
world to brial glad tidings to all. eeive thee documents have no place
Aside from a few who are thus de- tostore them and don't feel disposed
proved of the fll enjoyment of the to enaomber their premises with store.
season, our people as a whole have Do holes built for such a purpose, sim-
reraon to be aught but full of joy for ply throw It in the fire to get it out of
the bounteooa blessing so richly be- the way.


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BrAD TfB UT UA-L CURM
I was much aficted with rbeumnatm, write
XdL C. Nod, owaville edgwdck Co., Kaeas, '"going
about oa nrutcheZ d sisriat a geat deal of pain.
I wa ladaced to t Ballard' Sow Limaent, which
cuMed m, after there 0e bottles. IT ISTEB
GRiiATiaT N T RV BB USED; ha re *c
-mmended it to a amber ad peamra, all expre
themslves a bel benedted by It. I aow walk
without cmlhes, and aa able to perfm a great
deal of light labor om the farm."
TH SZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
It. LOM Q u A,


SOLD ANDO R--OUMND -D ty


Roosevelt Favors Po or Flogging. "W*. JOHN SO T, G-ai.zLes-v1.e_ '
Warhington, Dec. 16.--A whipping
post let the Ditrict of Columbia will
be established if congress s.aoulj en- A % F
act a measure which Representatlve
Adams of Pennsylvania has lntro.
duced. Mr. Adams talked to the pr I
Ident today about the bill and at the f Y u A re Ins re .
conclusion of his interview quoted the
president as being heartily In favor of
the passage of the measure. lu a Company that is Responsible. Have a Policy Correctly
___ Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Loune Promptly
Barn and Stock BurnedLo Promptl
Concord, Oa., Dec. 1.-'The barnA
of Smith Bros., of the Concord nure. Y u A re A assured
ries, ba been burned, contalanla nine
mles, three horsesan an large qunsnr That no serious los can overcome you without you have somo
Ity t corn and fodder. TIe orl i refuse.
e IMe r a Is anknow.

ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE

lloteY Pre, ta k Dbuas l I ) ne but Reliable Companie* Represented.
Ceased by a Germ.
Saoknce is donlr wonder thce- days In
medicine as w:.1 as Inr mechanics.. bnc A M Am CUSHM AN,
Adam lived, the human race hbus been I
troubled with dandrJff, for ich no ir Information heerlly furished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
preparation hua heretofore pr,\', a suec
pe.lul cure until .Newbro I ilrl ie w Mw ~ M a
pit ol the market It is a it clp i:lll prop- _
aration that kll)s the 'grni that makes
dandruff or scurf by dli0v'r, ni: i thlt PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
seelp to irt t tth root of the hn.r. wh-re
It pape the vitality; causing t Ihlnr ocalp. !
out c.andrurf hair must rrw luxurlantly. I Iskies, W inR ls, Be r and MII .
It is the only destroyer of dandraff.
11ld by ledlnn drullrgts. eSnd 160. "1 X.R.M. 'AID.
In stamps for sample to The Herpt. r r Bilk G4aIeed-J Pre-- t ra- l
elde Co.. Detroit. Mich. tnIh QI. Measroe. Qu es Qu I1 Q. ilo Per w lol:
J. Baed I r AdJ O.. Psela Agnts Ba tae clo b r ...... O 0 N oo 7 o|1 Rre. Gis. Ca. Goo eraoe.


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MooM gw mtro-.s ....... 3 so
Manses -44" Rye 6*
6o00W Kope 4 60
al& i s wPhbker 3 731
peab k-ny 8 11 y
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Me"WMID Cars 3 76
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Mo gripe or nauseate.
Curesstomach and liver 11 I4S M
tosbles and chromlcrms. W. ASMAhI ST. HAF

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EW:fIOn ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA

ldf Happeinapg From Various
'- elections d State.

TH MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Thinks "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-items of Interest to
All Cleas.
TaMia whk't more houses to supply
the laeWof those wanting to rent.
The 5t. Peterbarg public school has
the largest enrollment in its histor--
642 pupils.
The Bradford Bouse at Fort Myers
k now opened to the public and is be-
ing killed with guet. *,
Military Day will be an ,venfat the
Industrial Bsposition held in Jackson-
ville, January 4tf to 18th.
The eity council of St. Petersborg
hu deelded to do some paving with
vitrified brick, notwithstanding the
mayor's veto.
Martin, Marion county. has two tur-
pentine stills, two sawmills, lots of
farm work, and a prosperous and
happy people.
In a runaway as Seffner one of the
horne in a team ran into a tree with
sath force as to kill himself. The


drivreseoaped.
In a head-on collision on the
board at Plymouth on Friday
three trainmen were killed and
others more or less injured.


Sea-
last,
four


George W. Baisden. an aged and
honored eitisen of Starke, died on
Friday, Dee. 15th, in his 72nd year.
He was a native of South Carolina
Fort Brooke, the Chinatown of Tam-
pa, is noted for its touah places. In
au opinm joint a few nights ago two
whites and two negroes were arrested,
also three negro women.
The Easterling Brothers Company
will quit the trucking businen at Mar-
tin and sell their large farm of several
thousand seres. They expect to go into
eattoa raising n Georgia.
Alderman Grierof West Palm Beach,
oe of the eity council who was longed
.for but never eame. has had his seat
declared vacant and A. L. Hough has
been choe in his place.
The ladies of the Congregational
hureh at Orange City held a handker-
eaef sale one day last week, and a"
soon as the men found out what the
things were used for there was a big
demand for them.
The St. Lueia County Tribune, al-
though a new aspirant for honors,
says: "Fred Ivins. fishing for the East
Coast Filhing Company, made a 197
pound haul of pompano with a 700-pard
not oae tight last week."
M. J. Dywer of Michigan and Frank
O.Ieoaarda native of Europe, will
w ale es eh-asLeateb-hea in Jackson-
vill Thanrday night for a parse of
IOO. Both are star performers on the
nmtlad a Be eMoatee is espeeted.
J. R. Peadarri hras bee appointed
deuty sheriff of Nasa d county in
ple Of E. E. Johse, who wa recent-
y murdered. The county omaissae.
on of Naeat at a recent meeting offer.
ad an additional $M0 for the appre-
heaioa cf Deputy Johns' murderer.
Chief Stoae, a 16-year-old young man,
wle out bontin the other day ran
saoe a wildet whieh his dos treed
IS w up a large pine, ont oa a limb
ahoe 7 feet above the ground. The
Iy Ied ofer load of bird shot in the
ia-il betfe he ebroght it down. a
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Steemless for Mother
aud Awf Suffering
of Child.

CURED. BYCUTICURA

Had Gin qplU Hope of Ever
Making Ay Cure.
Mrs. I. B. Jonea, Addington, Ind.
T., writes: My little girl had been
sufering for two years from eczema,
and during that time I could not
get a night's sleep, as her ailment
wa very severe. I had tried so many
remedies and spent so much money,
deriving no benefit, I had given up
all hopeof makingany cure. Asa last
resortI wasperuaded to try Cuticura,
'and to my great delight a marked
change was manifested from the first
applcation. I gavrthe child a bath
with Cuticura Soap, using a oft piece
of muslin cloth. This I did twice a
day, each time following with Cuti-
cura Ointment, and at the same
time gave the Resolvent, according to
directions. One box of Ointment
and two bottles of the Resolvent, to-
gether with the Soap, effected a per-
manent cure. I submit this for pub-
lication, hoping it will assist other
snferersin curing themselves."

COMPLETE TREATMENT
Consisting of Cuticura Soap
Ointment and Pills.
The first step in the treatment of
chronic Bczema is to remove the
scales and crust$ and soften the skin,
by warm baths with Cuticura Soap.
Dry carefully and apply Cuticura
Ointment, lightly at firt, and where
advisable sprtd it on pieces of soft
cloth and bUd in place. Take the
Resolvent Pills, or liquid, in medium
doea. Do not use cold water in bath.
ing, sad avoid cold, raw winds.
SmM re l IM ot. Wml C leYw -tat, as.
iln1nii otam cherei 0.04 "1%f 1 ".


rik a more experienced hunter would
hardly have taken. The eat when dead
welihed haout 1ipooods -Green Cove
Spring.
A Jaeksonville horse ran away on
Saturday and dashins down the side-
walk knocked George 8tevens down
and broke his collar bone, bruised a
woman slightly, knocked down three
negroes, tore op posts and other things
along the esrees and there is no tell-
nlt what would have haprtnend if he
hadn't run op against a brick store
with sueh forest that the proprietor
ran out and shonted "earthquake" on
loud that he made the horse stop and
laugh, when he was caught by Niek
Lau.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Son? weeks ago during the severe
wincr weather both my wife and my.
self contract d severe eolds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of Isa ri|l'w with all it mrr rable symp
toms." *ays Mr. J S Egleton of
Maple I.anding. lows. 'Knees and
joints aching. musles sore, head
stopped op.yese and nos running. with
alt'rtiate E.l;is of chills and feorr WV
betgatn ig t'hamtwrlain's Couxgh
K'medyc ailng the iame with a doae
of ChaYl,erla>,'s 8'omarh *ad l.lver
Tablets, snd by i's liberal u enson
eompitely nc eked out the grip"
ThIre talll'* 'r' motae a healthy lasron
'of the tjwl,. lcter and kidney, which
il always bv-rfcial when the .teem s
eong..ted 'y a ccAtl or atteek of the
gry.p For ale tj all druggists
GCr .et Test Satisfactory.
Waf.i It Th special
board r. :, '** 'J *be gun4ost Pa
deeab .,. t, -u'c ftnc New York
to N w; ,r r' ,. h. hs, re,*rtwlr d to tjO
dep~ltmL .' 'ht: ta* 'lj.(oat Utd*f
hijl hasJ r., ..; a Mfa'-r.rry spee o
11.4 k.ot* i ertala rr-lp'ri. howe*e,.
Uar require I by jer d namo sise,
sad shle .a, h ea or4r tsl '. n a aUvy
yard a, SNrf',lk. whe thbe w"rk wit
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Ammon Obtaltoa Another Writ.
New York. De, 18.--lstrlct Attor.
ney Jerome has been Inforn. i by the
warden of Sing tIag prison !ir;r Colo-
nel Rob Ammon,. who was !-n' to pris-
on for larceny In oonnec'li'n ;'!th the
520 pjr cent PrTaklln Sn'!: % ;te. 'as
obtained another writ of it The
writ 1i retirnable before Juil.,, How-
ard,. a Troy. N. Y.
Italy Acepta pailn's Proposals.
Rome. Dec. 18--4taly ha. .,p,'. ,1 the
proposition of Spain to1 .:('1 t.'ie Mo-
roccan conference at M'.:'.i inst.el
of at AlwerlraL It IIs no, %'l)'c tod
that the representatives of "- Interrat.
ed powers will meet at th, Spanish
capital January 13.
Covlege p tally Destroyed by Fire.
Constaitinople, Dec. 18 Itarton Hall
the American college for irl. In the
suburbs of Soutarl wa- ip tialy |de-
stroyed by fire last night Th. situlentRs
including a number of bo.rn!ers, were
In bed when the ames w, re llscover-
ed. All the Inmates were r.onetld.

Cannot Deprive Man of his Vote.
New York, De. 18.--The appelate
division of the stprnme iourt handed
down a decision yesterday holding that
a man cannot be deprived of :Ils vote
even though some one elsec ilas alreday
voted frauduleBtly In his n.tnue

House Set Day for Reces.
Was ington, Doe. 18 -Tae house to.
day fixed the holiday recess by provid-
ing for adjournment next Thunsday,
Dec. 21, until January 4.

Hunter ShIet. Himself
Flowery Branch, Ga Dl). 18.-Will
Head, while out hunting, accidentally
shot calmelf through the hand. Head
live about 3 mlles south of this place

Football Playing Prohibited.
Ogdenaburg. N. T., Dec 18.-The city
council haa took actIon formally pro
libiting the playing of football here
until the game has been radically model.
fled.
Failed.
All efforts hae failed to find a bet-
tar remedy for eoeghs, cnlds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
Itope the eOOgh, heals the lunga and
prevents serious results from a cold.
J. N. Pattersoo, Nashus. Inws. writes:
"Last winter I had a had cold on my
long sad tried at least half a doseb
advertisedeough nedleni.e and had
treatment from two physicians with
out getting at benfli. A friend re-
sommended Foley's Hoaey and Tar
and twothirds of a bottle unred me. I
eofnlder is the gratest eooth and long
medileelIn the world." J. W. Me-
Oollam & Company.
Low Rates to New Orleana and Return
Via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantic (',ass Line annountes
that it will Nell tickets from all points
on Its lloe to New Orlee, l.. and
return oa Deeembor 27, 0, 109 6. as
the rate of one r*t-elaas fre, pals eA
enate for the round trip. Final limit
of all te kets will be Janoary Oth. li4.
prior to mid eight .f whieh ppeager
most reseb original starting pole. Yor
farther iatormatiu see Astlastle Coat
IAne agate or wrir Fraas 0 S 11ys.
too, Jiairet Passenger Agest, Jack-
eoonille. Fli. / .
Heart Flutteing.
Undigested food am gap In the stom.
aeb, located Just bleow the heart.
reseen agaasse i n *d nausea Mar ual*
pitatico. When your heart troubles
io Ithat way as Haebtse for a
few days. You *i il lo a all right
Oeal a ale. A bf W. M, Johaon.


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.tDE4lffFIEDO A* A MUlMtDEtR. Begltp akPaH OSaIo.S fq Work Under New Agrement.
-and Your Cureo sia Today New York, Dec. 16.-About 80,000
lan at Swalnshoro Arreted for Crlme mechanic lin the building trades will
In South Carolina. start work under new agreement go-
wainsboro, Ga., Dec. 18.-D. C. Mur. tagl into effect on Jan. 1, lustead of
y 9., allas Frank Smith, has at last f1y 1, as heretofore. Conferences be.
Been identified as the murderer of tweem a dozen unions and trade
County Treasurer Cooper, of Cope, 8. s~t s S ..pS associations of employers were going
SC., and T. B. Kittrell, of Cope, is ex- Its Vitalled Medteilal ou Prope on all day yesterday, and it will take
pected to arrived here for his prisoner ties are Very" l te t 10 days to complete them all.
InSritag- t tSM Wo te
today. Cheeks of Pte and lllw.
Baith was arrested in this county teFneeble a the l A0a hquittAed of Larceny Charge.
last May for horse stealing. He was In Tginu up the i of COareS Milwalkee, Mis., Dec. 16.-Judge
convicted t (October, and has been n Cleanin tkq jSystems. Bralee, In, the municipal court today
'oserv bhiL time on the county obaln-, n O ~ t w decU d that Charles F. Pfeluter was
eag. An officer sent here from South J 1 L not guilty of larceny ballet a.
0 IrolUna ten days ago failed to Identi- bf a d charged la the indictment returned on
Sy the prisoner, but a photograph of I i1 trhL t r Aug. 4 lakt by the grand Jury. The
Sl th, sent here by Klttrell, made his & a d b ltolo wa on a motion tp diUr ls.
S postive Identification complete. As 101 e ei-w t m* daie t after the state had reef
requeltlon papers have already been d its, eS .
granted, Smith will be taken to Caro- ITO ptl inai l tod Merta ___
S lina at once. Trial ettlo Fl by Mall The Key That Unlocks the Door to
ma Se e a Fug Wrtte by etr
__ pWt=b Sea W Long Living.
O PFICI ROeBEO; ARRflTS MADS Oaii-O I 9e p l bt. ew rt. or The men of eighty-flve and ninety
I-AI Dt1t-w Jaee-- Is LIoo years of age are not the rotand well
ostofflce at Douglaenvie i Lootod o fed, bat thin, spare men who live on a
One Thousand Dollars. WI Install Seatlon In Atlanta. slender diet. Be a careful as he will,
Douglale, O., De. 1- r Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 18--/ne sew. however, a mas past middle age will
men nve be rested t Villa Ri oenbth annual convention of the Civil na- oeeaslooally eat too moch or of some
on suspicion of being the parties who gineeroinl association of the south was article of food not suited to his eorne-.
broke open and robbed the potoffice held 4n this city on Friday, and after motion, .ad will need a doee of Chaim
bore, when the sfe ws blown and dispoeing of all business matters, Pres. bertlsals Stomaeo and Liver Tablets to
e robbers secured about$1,00 dent J. W. Kendrick and the old otfl oleanse and lnvglorate his stomach and
money and stamps. cers were re-elected for the ensuing regulate his liver and bowels. When
he brglars entered th ouh t year. The convention decided to in- this is done there is no reason why the
S trot door. The railroad tool bouse stall a section of the assoclatio n n average man bould not live to old
as Brat broken open and Implements Atlanta In the near future, and later e For sale by all druRlsts..
S uffdoent to effect an entrance were to extend the work generally through.
aeored. The same tool bopae wa u Made Daring Climb.
later visited by the robbers, suppod ot te S New York, Dec. 16.-With a po
ly to count their cash, a several small wo Sentenoed to Scaffold. Iloeman shooting at him to desist and
olans were found In the tool bouse. Amertes, Ga., Dec. 1-Judle lttle hundreds of school chllden watching
john has Imposed the death satenc his daring performance, John Peter-
YoWunIg y In Diffldty. Upo Gore Brouahton and JobI Gra. s. a mason's helper, clutching pro-
Rome O., Dec. 18.--A booteg a-. bh atroes, recently convicted of Jecting bricks, climbed the spire of 81.
fray has oeurred at Booseville which murder, while iloyd Joonaon and John Michael's Roman Catholic church. In
Say prove fatal. Tbe facts o ta oh. Cato, murderers, were sentenced to the Brooklyn, yesterday and stood erect
taxable are that two young sme of pntUlry for lfe. All four are no on the gilded cross at the top, 250 feet
Joe reatone and Newton B, not groes and were convicted this week. above the ground.
ore than U or 14 yes old.. who Broughtbn and Graam will be hanged
Itved with their parents near Boonuary 16t Vt Amount of Sugar Imported.
Ville, went out hunting. Wtile out in Washington, Dec. 16.-The report
the woods by theommlves they became Poetmaster Not Guilty, of the bureau of statistics on sugar
S Boagd la a dispute, when, It is t id, Valdost, Ga., Dec. 18.-Postmaster brought Into the United States during
S yog Fi restone pulled the trailer o Wise, of Pickens, a., was tried on the the year 1005 shows that of the $150.-
a double-barrel Shotgun and let the charge of Intercepting letters writer 000,300 worth of sugar brought In
w0olo load go into the thigh of young by Hlrm Taylor to Mss Mary Jane during that period $60,000,000 wort:
bTlt. _________ or o Wa Mar Jan durng d
ot' D Odum, and was found not guilty. Hir. ame from Hawaii, Porto Rico and
Harper Held for Murder. am Taylor, the prosecutor, ls a dwarf, the Philipplnes. TILs shows a decided
fisgeorpdr Dec, o -enry Her only about I feet high. The love ladenO lcreash above previous years.
letters figuring In the case and others
&r, a ro, wa rraiged In justice ed l -
0 at lrwanville for sasult d a@- passing between Taylor and Miss Remarkable Cure.
Sk Od um were read in the court. "I was much aleted with soiatis,"
tempt to kill, James Walker, anar
b* lase. He was bound over to appear -write Ed C. Nod, lowaville, edgwiok
S at superior court In March, and was Coughlng Spell Oaused Deth. Co Kan., goingn atonut on erutches
placed under a bond of 1.,000. He fat "Harry Duekwell, aged 5 years, ad offering a deal of pain. I was
S alhed the required bond, evoked to death early yesterday morn. Indeed to try Ballard's Snow Lini.
lg at hbit home In the preeoee of his ment, which relieved me. I used
A Fearful te.. wife and child. He oodtroated a lilht thrme Oe bottles. It Is the greatest
SIt f l fate to hve to n Sold a few days ago mad paid bat little lillment I ever used. Have renom-
SiSa tearful at to have to attention to it. Yesterday morning mended It to a number of prsons.T
the terrible torture of plie. "I os All express tbemele as being bone-
truthfully say," writes Harry Colon he wasu lisd with a fit of coughing All epres themselves oas beig bken* T
trathurlly My." wrin Ha)rry Ooleonw o em Hi t ed by it. I now walk without
S of Masovitll, Is., "that for blid, which coutlnued for some time. Hl erutehee, able to perform a areat deal of
Sbledin, ithin .nd p"trudhina pill, wife ent for a physician, but before of light labor on the farm." 25e, Oe
bleeding. Itehin aand protrudial pilvo, wfr
Suklen's Arm s slve io the bst he could arrive another coughing and 1. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
l beltde." Aie tst lfor cnt. burns spell came on and Duckwell died from Or
a~nd r urles, c t all drogsots, osuffoeaslon.-St. Lonla Globe i)emo- Jcwih Woman Rofueed
Sdriuresalld, igDember let. 101." Hallard'd C(lcago, I).c. 16 -- ler hair prema- th
S. 1... Horehound yrup would have saved turely lray, htr fatc ltne,! with suffer
him. 3e, 0s and $1. Sold by W. M. Inl. Mrs. Johanna telm. a Russian
G Ul i HAMIUMOC HIO L, Johnson. refugee reached chicago yesterday.
She ann her two children went un-
:ULF AMMOCE FLA. Christmna Holiday Rates. scathed through the horror of a mas.
The Atlantie Ooast Llae, to give ev. awre Nov. I at Kremenug. near Odes-
ery one as opportunity to visit their sa One hundred and tfty Jews were
Pryadis' lor Hunting sad Fishing homes and friends, will ell tickets es- killed nd many lior woudeal.
Seats of the Christmas holidays be-
'. a ue tween all pointe at one and one.third Catre Withdraws Proteet.
o4me er it. lrue fert r. M fare plue twenty-flv (36) e s fur New York. Dec. t.-A itch to
g5 leoiedmS.e hutss, w*wId theo round trip. Theep tiekete will e The lI er:4 from Caracas. PVnezuema
aes tw noommodettoe o( sus in ea* nno ale Dormtber 2", Md. 14th. th, MY: President Castro wllhdrr'
fhu teseasdatm em th, 1 ad January al limit Wedneday not only the obJeerftmahb!
Mar W 1ooitaitaM A dars of 8sa an uary t. phrase. "but his counter protest, thus
.LUullA iTlOMA.eW. a *a* a Jn, ao s te nt J an dtry4che. m avoidlag the necessity of answortag
.ul In s. Law Oo u. ynre idlul plad t eh p lhe ex e oe Y
..... .- rates apy memorandum which would bare made
Tb. ta tiheoy will be on sale Deee mber r ttlad.t wh 1 ae
Sthl toksth, leelusive. These tishet a ettlint tmpole n
L DORADill oaly e old to students upo pr.
I D1U A fA sn wsatito of al eertifeate signlaed by the Doctlors Could Not Help Her.
prinolpale and preidents of the varin "I had kidney trouble for year."
tsrliaelliem leekig a rFetarv. o*e Itaattltoeo. writes Mur Raymoad 0eoaer of h8l*.
"-- All of those who have daughtebrr to. Wah .'" ad the doetorn eould ao
Xterothlml in Ia touo t(ohed to Order. oomihg here Christmas should eall on help me. I tried Fokle* Kidaey O
SOTSTERS AND L rKAKS Atiaatle Coast Line aenate or write ad thev ry lrM d e gae e m elief
hpeeiJt e IFrra C. Beyletoa. Diorkiel Paeagser d*4 aIm aow er Pd. I eaaot say too


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Title the
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THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO., Ic.
FSTABIUSHED IR6
Renders reliable Wrvice, of every sort along the line of
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alachua county.
SPE(IALTIES Atoractse of Title; Tax Sale Mearche;
Agmts for olem.Reldemt Laad Owners; Plats of CouMti ,
Tewin, Etc.
References: Firt National Bank of Gainesville.. H.
Dontoo & Co., Bnkers.


We Are Now Rdly


TO (hOTE PRICES MII SUIT SAMPLES OF


FALL


GOODS


For Men, Women and Children.


We carry everything "ready.to.wear and lall
orders willireoeive prmlpt and careful attention.


SCOrFKR he B1eet Age nt Jeekaeaille. Fla mehi for Fuley's KIdt f ure." II
m sakee the diseased id e eOMMd M
PR I CS REA 8 ONAB 1. E The Rqlsite of e*auty. t will tlolr ea, I from
1---- e d* d et*** U heeso thhe peed
WE ST D haltQUARE, h sI mio Wsbl. W. MCellum
Sw ^ ae.. SFI h Sar&I p slee a allow. bloteed |

SOAK and bowels.- t y be ame
SIS D. f..lEbrkl sad sle You oe a. tho youer ... ..
nUUU sIIIE r to tae lif y 'ur omplelito Vo
bd. Ori Lasalve, Frlit syrp doer Pyt.e.
hlaadaplit, all ler the ando *aso eo SaseW o a*rie and Is to M I
WOOD or BUST qUALITY nd ~ st so ao In Roefuse ebltset. s.
,ag Mwtto wit e vet w W. OMe Odouem Oanv.
:"iWOODn 18 .s Wm f all. RpmP
: il t"o aa*d OW r Drc OFw &Ate. S t nMt Miea l r, OatAenetle. rh.
lI rinwrtg wed pils We have a a a or eope ~ of .
I Ot)LIOrI TOI PATRONAOL SeW' Oty DIMreey es sae a The All k dof a e4*- atd aiMe *e*
C6* if teq0 qe., It to s bead rineemoln oimpaty and o Mted.

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a"* u allow.--- -t^ I 0 a a=. 1.


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1. We send &i o N by exprewVO.1O. D. subject
to examinBation LO oFm aocptingp
.We sen d tw, or thmw-:qt yIw)D1jgarmsuts
for selecton.


except
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on oomtract gtixxk


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-DEALERS I--

5Whiskies, Wivss
Ame and Liqwr

Mos. 511-519
BAY STREET,
W 5KEY JACKSONVILLE,

I pi 0- FLORIDA.,

Agent fr Pabit Milwaukuee Beer
Export, per bbl, 10 doz, $11; per doz, $1.25
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10 doz, $12; per doz, $1.60
Jung's Clncinati Red lurt Beer
Per bbl, 10 dos. $9; per doz, $1.

We pay freight or express charges
on the following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quart ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ....... 4 20
12 full quarts ........12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bttled ia Bead Under Uoverrment Seperristm.
4 full quarts, del ... 4 00
6 full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ........ 10 75
BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
Years Old:
4 full quarts. 3 20
8 full quarts 4 50
12 full quarts 9 00
SHkRIDAN CLUB:
4 full quarts ......... 2 75
6 full quarts ......... 4 00
12 full qanrts ......... 8 00

We are dealers in everything in the
Liquor 4ine Whiskies, Gins,
Rum and Wines from
1.50 to 6.00 per gal.


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?]fl DAILY BUN: GAINESVTIIE. FLORIDA, DECEMBER 19 1905


SDA Y of bands have toiled. Tet not all of tM
ONAIICHSFOR ADAY paraders are gay. Some of the
Scheesaea women wear the simple garb
MAN PEASANTS WHO PLAY ROY- of communlcats, with white yokes
AL ROLES ONCE A YEAR. and white caps, and from Sltten comes
L R O a .delegation which walks Ithilnd I
w:' won with heads bowed and In weeds
Pleturesque Traehteatest of the of mourning.
lattdoeutlke That Ins leld Auarall In comparison with the wom",en the
1t sebe*nel, Io Prsala-c-@ tamesi men appear extremely plain. Their
S State Ceach**. osientatlon is limited chiefly to but.
i Royalty In Eu::rope is not e nflned to tons, with which some of them fairly
', few crowned Leads. It is also to be cover themselves and which vary in
Ien n the humblest of subjects. In size from a pea to a butter dish. All
the coarse clad, coarse fed, Inor, nontthe "kglu" appear peculiarly stiff and
Downtrodden pew'i~:t there smolders awkward in their fa clothee, and even
i' ~ ark of the i.perll fire which at those who are wont to wear their cos-
times hurts forth into flame. Yet tumes now and then on a Sunday ln-
thee t:l.teavals of l:i. nature are not stead of stowing them away for the
revolutiiuary. (He )I ,"s not tten take rest of the year seem to feel uucom-
up arni. against th g )~4 g-i ut. lI' portable restraint
lngtrrcction t. e.u'r.'. i. ii.'ful. ie' The music heard when the lproce.w'on
sitWply ULt.s a suit of i:w 6tliohs and has ended and the various couple, are
atrUts ablut l;ke s:in p-eiac&'xk just "treading the mases of the dla;nc'e"
let out of a cip. .An I so throughout wuuld make one think that these Ip*-
Europe there lIave h.In I Wl ant feslti- pI are akin to the Scotch bilglainlers.
vals from ti w iwi.'1 : '1a.l wheu for One dance is especially like the high-
one day In tL- yct-r the laIla r e ll- laud fing. and as a matter of fact it is
lieves himwelcia ki. .;. lled the "Klapper Scottish." The ccl-
An illostratiun ut thl-s rt g.l side of ebration generally ends with tableaux
the European pvaiaant. a;n.i oU1 tha.t ~ howlng the peasants In the dairy. the
has become eapec.ialylv n:;giillcut.1 I4 L.rvest fleld or among the beehives
the TraCbtenfeot of the 1;atth:. >,i., Of leciut years the Trachtenfe.t hnI
.or Low Germans. E.lcl- ...r :t grow" In importance, drawing pe.s-
at cheessel. Irussia, a.nd there .. ants to Schessel each year from an n ulh
natives of the country 'i .1I : i. greater area and a far greater nunmbwr
gate as if it were the coimu t f :.;. of visitors also. The emperor, tio. has
potentate. They cone d re. l in I:,, tnken a special Interest n the festival,
gala apparel which is pevul':ir to (:: .r Iandi not only doea the empress offer
Sown communities. and soui of it'1 : each year a prize to the community
are attired In even greater ,spl .i.,r which revives most faithfully the cus-
than may be seen at the ',aC','s of toin, sronrg and dances of its nncres-
certain all the year monarchs. Nearly torn. but the Inmperial example has I1e
all the costumes are family heirlooms, many wealthy families of the Pllntt.
which have been handed down frow deutsch country to lend their patron-
parent to chikl, and for the reason that nae in various ways.-New York Trilb-
the are enriched each year by a little """ .
more velvet or gold lace they repro-
met the wealth of long geuneratiou,-.
Some are worth more than the houses CASTORIA
In which their owners live. For Imhats anud Cildmn
Just as their hats and coats have T KW Y N H" Al Bn t
descended from ancestral sources, so
the songs and dances and all the other
features of this peasant pageant bail l B
Sfrol time remote. 8cheessel is half. PSigatu r of /E 4
way between Hamburg and Bremen,
and the American traveler who labda
at either port can thus pass from nod- a mr n tlay who had
er to medfaeval times by only an tMr, Joaex- ahw a tntod. ay who ad
boWsa railroad ride. Should he arrive trouble ahead of hm. Mr. Joax-How
eary on the morning of the fete dlay did you know? Mr. Joax--hle was
be would rat see the triumphal pro- pushing a baby carriage containing
elMoo. At the sound of a trumpet twins.-W fhington tar.
thae one day "kings." with their
"ques" and "princeses." parade the Mst the never d r
maIn street in a long procession, each MIrS Naleo-I understand your hus-
e ntt hracteried by differ- band Is unable to meet his creditors.
oagunaity characterized by a differ-M
eat costume and each believing that Its Mrs. Weagl Idont you believe It lHe
own is the most beautiful. can and doe meet them much oftener
Thre is little attempt to adorn the than ,e care to.
"scriage of state," for their occu-
pata feel that nothing else should de- Every .wediah girl not born to
trct from their own personal glory. wealth is taht a trade of ome kind.
Tey believe that their cosatmes are
the eclef attraction, and so It matters Furious Fighting.
not that they ride In cumbrous farm "For even years," writes Geo. W.
wagons, used on other days for bay Hoffman of Harper, Wash., "I had a
or cabbages and touchtl up for the oc- bitter battle with chronic stomach and
casion with a little paint or omle loops liver trouble, bat at last I won, and
of bunting. The dignity of the parad- ered ia by the st of
er, however, suffers not a little from t. i
te simplicity (if their eullge, for. trio Bitters. I unhesitatingly rpeom-
as the wagons have no spring. the mend them to all. and don't intend in
"intgs," "queens" andi prinvPewris" fr,- the future to be without them In the
qulItly receive such jolts that tley house. They are Oertainly a waoder.
hbar to clutch one another to save ful medicine, to have eared such a bad
themselves from falling eae as mine." Sold omder roarea-
Almost every wagon brings to view tee to do the same for yoo, by all dreg.
a different variety of dres. The wo- glilte at IO a bottle. Try them today.
m f of Iheessel. for Instance. are at- -
tied in great white aprona, the Prrvile
aspect of which contratM rather Itdl -| |a I
cresy with their beddrees of artl-
Setaol Bowers and fruits, bult up In tbe W AM ** R
shape of a tiras. Around their wants le R R
i e tied gorlgeus ribboos of varegtat- N
Sates. In another wpgo grls from -L-- -
JIhland wear hats which look munch eL to
tho e* their Amerircan sisters don
wLg they are graduated at college. Blralugham, MaablvU, Memphis
2 .re sot quite so flat. howeverr. ; t Laslll l ( lal
tubords and are r nearly ike eville, levie, l
rU sod MpP plates. Tbrir outladshlb St. Le|,l t hkage sad al petatls
ap-rseis stall further ead est ed thrah e.
ty two huep bows whkhb protrude on. Rrh aMd We I, thrg e .
either sle trma their back hair and
wa auue sr at a little ditane like Onl line operating through sleepenI
twu f etr a wtadaIL In other wag. from Foerid to Chikao.
easIu micrhesn tre SKader and sl. j OiT hlime operating through s*epers
a Le.r Gottrnum sad AIme- and.! froe Flo1rda to St. Loui with diaLt
eWt gargne oru all. the Beckerborwer' ar eerwioe
S l Fiseet dialg ear serve le in the Soath.
f the yn women of Dker. Throh lourist seekers to Califor.
ngu. t tIa won of Borr- m I
C4 k thneDer ses t to d4 For laforI tins as to res to *l I
S s to efut O, aperie so fan- psta North sad Wel,. *eeedolee ad


ad Of Il medle of crok's to be hIt i m t SO mu e *r rite
os 8 abUte eseUme. so extra vs.
wo is a@ mw act idwo aot.sof GEO. E. HERRING,
seem ea" a jewels, that t1 Ma.1& ANL.L hi. R-R
k moweie tMeOwemrend rot* ofj
ew a1 elet Sm 0the lW"a, MWe" Sa" Sliwi, Jkml


go q-Of w&The Florlda
- ma ge mt tae w do Troemsf
m soe a"way qe Sam Is tlo *Fruit and Truck rower
elq Se a" so*tobe mluod N&
- I Mth 4rm wal be wom b" &. 3. &~a"
w tal A s o g &O we 0 0 e


was m ftmmbome tOf
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FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT .A.\
GAISNBeVII.I F RIOaI^

Jan sell your oity property, (im-
proved and unimproved), pihosphae,
trucking and farmln land.. Saed him
a list of what yo oler for sale. 2142n.

'W. E. BAKER.
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\\',
. ..SOLICITOR IN CHLANCERIY .


UAINESVILLE, Alahua Co. ,
O)ice in Endel Hlock


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN.


FL'A.I


DEN TI 8 .


Over Duttona Co l Baaa.


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DR. OORDON B. TISON,
DENIST


Offie In tMiller Law Fcbmee
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THE WEST END.
FINE WINE, LIQUORS & CIGARC
JOHN MENZaS. I'rorietor
It-a11 W. Bay st.. Jackionuvi Fla
Fauot beer, bottle and d rauht. Doo't
fall to aeil on me when in Jaekaonville
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Louieville. Ky Feb 27. J14.
H. H. MeCrer,
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DR. D-VERE B. MORRIS,

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J. A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And 8olloitor in Equity
Real Estate, Convejancing and Gen.
eral Practice. All business primptlj
attended to. Offie next door to Sun
office. GOAIDnVII.I Fl ,sHnA


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Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

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delphia, New York,


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Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

Only Line Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full Infoirmation amnl dl'eper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or
write A. 0. M*D(ON:,I., 1. 0. BtOYLrTON, Ja.,
Ant,. General 1Patssnger Agent. l'aenopr Ape',
JACKS ('NV I..K. FLORIDA.




Southern Railway

Two Tralms 10ally to I Waslngte a s nd New Vork.

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Winited l; Pulwause lnirA lt eNamVP
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J "' lAC io*mootrl~lo l'litr Agent oi West h.p Ci Jam)bw1u1vod. PIis
N H MAKIjWIk I' 7 T W. K. TAYULLE i. P .A hlle *km.AN A 0 1 AA



Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
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PIRIORAL AND SOCIAL ITEWS


S Whet oles Hppd ed and What Is OGong
o: H happen Told In Short Pararaphe
Se That "Ho Who Run$ May NOWf-,
"g Is The Sun. .
S --S1e Iodostripr tioa 10. a ropy.
Get Ctemas and New Year's sords
a' *t The/o oco.
Mr. A. r. Balues of Cyril was shop.
a tnheb ey yesterday.
SFour-room fBat for reot. Mrs. Foo
Sor, 40 West Maino treet, .
Fruit sakes for immediate or future
delivery. Keytoas Bakery.
Bolt OblitL of Mtisaopy i peoots o
day with rolaUtiv In tbhis ity.
M. Formas of Alshoa was a bosi.
naw vieltor to this city yesterday.
Jedo Syd L. Oarer has returned
from a profeslonal viols to Alahous.
J. .Fester of Roeblle was trans.
asilng boelass in this ity yesterday.
Thbe SB Industrial Edition mot to
,ay address, potage fre, for 10 eats.
0. W. ohae has returned from an
e xsended boulaes trip to potlas ln the
We1st.
SBlozham Dell has retaraed from
Alashea, where he spnat several days
wish relatives.
Obeh. I. MoKlaaoy and daouhter,
Mi Mitts, woren l the oity from
Graham yesterday.
Don't fail to gL your Christmas
turkey front the lot now on sal at 0.
8. Mercehat Oo's.
S1Mr. and Mrs. Thoe. MeLeod and
obUdre of Newberry visited friends
l this ity yesterday.
ltr esopies of the Indoetrial Zdl-
tloo of The gun for sale at Avrs's and
VMidl's newo stands a 10 sats.
SFarmohed room to rena oa block ad.
jolial t quare. Genleman tenant
S preferred. Apply as Boan as.
Whea you want a pleasant laative
f take Obamberlala's Stemeih and Liver
S Tables. For sale by all drmaggi e.
S Trpoetlet laoee for sale at this of.
Iee,W00 per doeo., 8 per hundred.
ash most company order, dawtf
W. B. Phlfor, the navl Mlom op.
oertor of Abbott and Grove Park, is
spending a short time at his home la
hble isty.
A fos line of oranges, eoosoots
pOte, bananas. oranberries, eo., to
oefrdurln this week at 0. 8. Mer.
haot A Oo's.
Don't rPln up every grocer in town
hating for yoar Christmas turkey.
bave time sad gs "the bee" by *an.
IDI phoneo T. J. H. Trahy.
trayed.-Rosan ow, whlt spots, line
bok. white fato, bteasteded. Braad.
ed V. 0. 8 on hip. Reward if returned
to D. A. Albrightl. OGalvllie.
H. B. Arnold, one of the *setlnt
elerke I the United SIaes land oleo,
h rteorned from his hom near Or-
ladeo, atrer a *oople of watek' vm-
tiOBn.
Mr.and Mrs. S. Is. Booth *ad ono,
OharH*. were io the itty free Boobelkl
yesterday. They ease to *eoe Dr.
Aldoems l regard to soea deotal
work.
Wanted-Lady or patlemas of fair
edalte.o to travel fo Ifrm of $=0,0
episal. talary lI,OT prt ytr, pay.
able wesrky Kpene. dv d.
Address Oe 0 OIows, Lneeaville,

Blue Ribboo V'ealla i double
otrenith, and only onehalf the I*sul
quoaltisy i r qaird. A aing ofI
mol*e, a sourine of sltiefaetles l*-
lowe les en. lay Blue Ribbo Vulta
and my It plale.
J. P. Lnhk sad John Mcth- of
Fairblr kwon riItos to taaea-- eU
y*.*rday Mr Lye4k ito e41ed i
the anuaotflunre f sypres' lube oh
Newsse's lake. nd has am up-t,4te
pleat with a good cttlag e-palty.
E t[ Baxter, who ft the past Ie
wteks has uW datuilag sbstaeatg
and atnd the l otwem of the Iaw
departnm t Otew. UOlioislty, Des


La. sre mrsed Hie fr~tede ee
gled to weteme him i mhe twliabod
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wk-ese haV
resemnd n Fo tmewr,. wbhn the
lesser has be wethled# seem te
with evnlm Mr. Wtkme. weo t-
teded t0 a VIes O~ees so
emain if 55N mt to I, m
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l doi.'allilo aorde in latest eySle
at Bon olso.
1,000Christma eards and eleadarn,
besutifal designs, at Vidal's.
Mrs 0, M Foteh of Alachsa was
shopping in the cily yesterday.
Some floe city and country property
for sale. 0. 0. Pedriek, Osaioeville,
Fla.


B. H. Chae left yesterday for Alsa
shus, High Sprlma and other points
on business.
1ow e theo time toordr yoorChrist-
Am aNd Now Yoea' a ards. Fie line
of maples at The eL of l. -
Wade, Herd"e and Min KiulsI
Thomu of Moooombha formed a stro of
visltorn to bhil ety yesterday.
For Asle-A diesrable suburban
bome; eity water modern onve*-
Iool Addrem X. R., this offie. Os
A. P. OStkey of Oealt, sreond vie-
preident of tbe OGaoinville and Galf
railway, is l tohe elty on offital boo-

The Idoetrulal dtloon of The Bn
is on se as Avers's and Vidal's news
stands. 0Gt s copy and sad is to
your friends.
The Snets lot of turkey tbat'ever
stroek Oaloesvilll as one time sae
from one wagon is on exhibition at
the store of G. Morhuat & Co.
Remember last fear'so eperieoe try
lag to et turkeys. haNd le the
largest apply of tarkeyL had eblekens
in lsow. Phone 197..J. H. Trus.
W. I. Darby, formerly of this eily
botnw of Lake Butler, where be
holds a position u s salesman with the
Duea storM spent Sunday wish hib
fally here. He reports Lake Butler
lively just now.
Walted-Ten men (or women) an
eMab BSa so travel and distribute
ample of White Hoeow Bakin Pow.
dae. Salary W0 per moth and ex.
poom ; xpeoos advaseed. Enelos
stamp for coatrst. White Houo Sop.
ply Co., ChObeso, Ill.
B. R. Pound sad family, who have
been reldla in this elty for the pas
two lan, will ln future make their
home In Jaekeonville. Mr. Pound
holds potiloto on the road, and Jask
sonvti will prove a more eoavenesot
poain t his business.
Moar*Venoabl, of the firm of M.
Veaabn e &A o., naval sore opratonr,
Areer, wos a bouines viltor to this
dtty yesterday. This ra has more
a fine trst of land as Areber, and pro-
pon to open a farm of fifteen "erops.
The timber is all virgin, and is very
fine. I
Ohris Stanton of Palaka, manager
of the Stanton Foundry and UMahine
Company, pased throuok tht' eity
Sunday on roote to HlBh Bprilap,
where he west on business. Mr. bra-
ton has the *oatras for the eatssin for
the High Bprinp shape of the Atlantis
Ooas Line.
After a delightful tvWt of several
days so Miss Obritieo Roihards in this
eity, List Loe theo ohaming daugh.
tr of clitor Frank Harris of The
Ooala Beamr. retrarnd to her home
yesterday. While bhre bse made man
*ow tfeads, all of whom, Is i e and*
len tosay, bade her good-bye with
relastauee.
Atoeation is allied to the adverlis.
meat of W. 8. Dorny & Oo.. the ap.
to.da"le glers. who ave to ooer lot
of ssoaeable I fo thing he holiday
whieb will go to make a la* OCriatse
dialpr. This ire has always *enoyed
a repuatlon as esn of the higher
ode sad all gade sold by ihoe are
geruantod o b of theo hnet qoalty.
Do yer Christma trJding with Dee
aoy d "ge*t gnr menace wonh."


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WrastA 4iand mortge banks
-or .r < e. lh to n -d in
fo M~p, 'pn ad, the feU sead ai
AlliS o0s whibb as ives msey i
rordIg. pe rhoadred or W00 per
does by eil. bash mest seeompany
order. 4aesf
MIS. L. M. Bell, wife of formn r Tax
A&seowr cll,,dewsed, arrived no the
eity yts0dayi from her home in
Bddes, Ta,Mld will mrmain for a
day or ftw with friends before pro.
edilg to Hawthorn, whler she will
sped the winter.
anosig She prominent visitors to
the *slty ye*rday w Hon. Goo. K1
Roblesom of Oals, who w s a raes of
hit brotMk, le. Walter Q. Robiow.
HB left In she aftenooe for Alaosha
and osbo polme tn Ihe later of the
sownso departsat of H. F. Dattoa &
09.
O SRaS A. Patr. Ospeial agont, and
L. 0. Lynom, eIrk in the united State.
lUd o lef t yesterday for Imk.
ovetille, where they a antodiRn seb
United Stote oonr. The later has
ebalp of certain records of the land
oIse wrlk were noee ry to be pro.
doed In the eoors.
B. LaImeter, yho has been engaged
la there merNsile beelose for some
tim, has disposed of hib lnress to
Horso & Key of Bradford sad the
toek will be moved to MeOrbb, La-
Fayettem ooSy. Mr. Laneatser hu eo.
oopled a peodiom as solicitor for the
HNatiseo Fratersl Usalo Life Inlor.
ane company of Gorla.
- J. A. Maueby, the briek manufas.
sorer of COAmpvlli, who also owns oz.
tenomi lnterets here, wa a booinee
visitor t Oineoovillo yeotrday. He
reports a heavy demand for the out.
put of bhisOapville factory from very
moatob of the Strat, whiah le the beos
video that Florida generally is eon
joying a vigorous eommoresal perlcd.
J. H. Roadheaver asd family of
Terr Als, W. Va., have arrived Ia tU
eity and will make this their future
home. They are pleasantly loaded at
902 Wes Ohoreh stree. Mr. Road.
beaver was a prominent furniture
dealer I the West Virginia town, bat
became 11fasuated with Florida
through lotten from friend here and
deilded to @as&. There is a large col*
ony of WeF Virginians here now, and
they are making most deirable and
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