Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 21, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01059
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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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.XXII, NO. 271





'kmen and Troops Took Po

abasion of City.


Sof Deperate Fighting Between
.'K ope and Insurgentoa--arbarities
cticed on Landlorde-Insurgents
oat 300 Men; Dragoons, 14.

itau, Province of Oourtland, Russia
aated) by mail to St. Peteraburg.
19.-Frigtftul aLtories am pouring
from the interior where desperate
ting has occurred between tue
ps and insurgents. Revolting tales
told of tae barbarities practiced
the German landlords who are more
eated by the Letts than are the Rus.
l. In a fight near Tuacum 14
goons were killed and 10 wounded
is estimated that the insurgents
t 300 men killed.
A squadron of cavalry was ambushed
ad badly cut up near Grosantz and
Impe Into Mitau with its wounded.

Fear Polish Uprising.
8t Petershbrt. Dec. 20.-Desplte the
statement that two army corps are
belng sent to the Baltic provinces, It
Sto learned that no considerable nufiber
-of troops are available. The govern-
nent has sent two regiments from St.
Peteraburg In reply to the frantic ap-
peals for reln(olmenents, hut It t
considered too dtgerous to deplete
the garrison of the capital any fur-
ther during the present crisls, and the
government can only await the arrival
Sof the Cossacks and other troops which
.are be'ln barrle forward by O(tet
al iAnevitch from Manchuria. In ue
mear time the. government's fear It
that the rehellon which is ixtendlng
outhward lt tIhe Pull~h frontier may
arouse the Poles to an artnid upri..

Republic Established.
Reliab;e (lttatls regarding the eetab
lisament o t,;e so-calld republic of

Kharkoff have at last arrived. T;Li
workmen n's socIalist urganizatlurn
)olned by 380 troops, took powsesilon
of the city wrd with the aid of milltla
armed wJth pikes, revolvers and axes.
- established s overnment of "federated
council." as the executive committee
was called. Thi council lImued de-
c rees wrilh the autaorltlee were per.
bectly powerlMss to rest.
The council turned of the electricl-
ty from the houses on thoe round that
benefted the rich while allowlas It
burn In the street. It bean4ted ty
le. Wbei a robber was captured
be wa placed under a trip balther
with the threat tat It would be
4kopped unles be reveaJed the where-
of the booty. This wee usually
l, a ~ t he stoles goods returned
Ita owner.
two aotork(ls robbers were banged
e puble square.


by DUrti al s e l i Which
ONaltie ~d Seo" Left
ow Trk. D"e. I3.-41i mea were
a me ra heraa deses larej
a e3a nse 9IGpti5 t asI esea r.
r a ew t d4 oppse the
Asasla 5oee1 10d1y.
The mpm d by seo
W. started to re-dril a u".
drm be te wbls eeieveni
of .tryu.ttte ha bees lt lt
IAPt. AboMt T? *se w*rT wort l
e vietiSty 9 tvhib perteWlar bale
ea of I bes *5 klow to to stnms
1r e re wV, A re* at wov th I e1


Three Hundred Inmates Were Housed
In the Building.
WashingLon, D c. *O.-'bhe boys' re.i
form school of the District of C':lun
bla, located aome distance outside ui
Washington. caught ire at 3o o'c'oik
this morning and the main builLing loi
w-lich were housed 300 boys, W'as to
tally destroyed. Tbe loee :s estm.ti
ed at $E),iK0. No lives were lost.
As soon as the alarm was souindieI,
the guards immediately set about re
cuing the boys at Che same time suIm
morning to their aid police reserves
It Is not believed that any of the
prisoners got away from the institution.
In fact, most of them rendered va!u-
able aid to the members of the fire
department in the effort to save t!;e
surrounding structure. and It is said
were under ooM contvrol f th.-r '



Three Hundred Houses in Mus

sulman Quarter Fired.


The Amount Will Reach to Quite a
Large Sum.
Pltsburg. Dec. LO.-Jot'lph Hastingi
fbr years associated in business witsa
the late Cahiler Clark. of the defutnc
bank of Allcgueny. Iuad& an ass:zla
ment Monday.
'PTe amount of tIe aslignnient will

I reach probably $5(io,0ooi Th'o t'uut
PREVENTED ESCAPE OF INMATES TruMt couiaay of Pl'tttabrg was tuad
receiver. Counsel for Mr. Hastings
issued a statement last Ildht saytll
FiftySeven Turklah Subjectsl nown at his client '4d becn puled dos
to Hhave Perlstkd-Armed Guards thrtmrth tr)lug to 'te ca:e of bills ul
and Patrols MaIIMtaned in Shanghai Clarke.
1 Mr. Hastings was prv,|ihbnt of the
To Cope with Celie Troubles. Mi. lastlligs was prcl-l1.nt of the
Ohio 'alley Water cotaul . andt wa.
Constantinople. Dec. > -' T.i latest confuected with many ot, :i ltsirgt rn
dispatch rocetled t~iutl TIttlM,. Cauca.la. tIrprises both in lin. Pentts Iuinnit an
today says that 300 bouttts in t~h Mulua. other states. He was t:Iwi etmIr of
-..i _.... L_, .- IaI ntm nii I .toc falrn Iuin i viiiiv

weiv uiur-i w' "ur"m -u s n i "i uiIman quarter wate vt'i o' nire by ,A~ U11119113 *s*-- i.,n In In ,.-
guards from the start. armed Armenians W:oa ;ic\rntile t.ie
The cause of the fir Is not definite inmates from leaVitg aunl tilr on the STILL OPERATED IN A CA
ly known, but it is believed to nave firemen who attempt to txiluguies.
resulted from spontaneous combustion. the fames. ODeputies Make Great Raid in V
Many supplies were al.o destroyed. The total number of MusialinantoI Mountains.
killed Is not yet MeL tcrtalned. but I Gate ('ty. Vl a th'e.
BILL FAVORABLY REPORTED. Turkish subjects are hknotn to ihave, United Stati Mrshatjl R II i
perished. The bfhtin< %as cuntinu assisted by ia I or of ltlacitn.
Will Admit All Philippine Products ing on IDe. 17, when th let telet'graii w nlolt u atr ccstltl raid on thei' I
Free Except Sugar and Tobacco. forwarded, anti the Turkslh o'laisulal, tween dotlt and Rulseoll rmta.v:
Washington. Dec. 2 0.-By a vote of was overcnrwded with ti r ugiein. turintl six mcn and tlh"ir illitiiller
7 to 5 the house committee on ways A telegram of the saine date from 'Te prisoniers were, brought .i
and means reported favorable today on Batnum. (aurasltl re ,,rt(, a continue placd In jail.
the Payne bill admfttlng all Philippine anre of the disorder t'itre They wtre operating their sill
products into the rtited States free Fears of a general nmanc.re prevail. spa( ui'o c'Ave in lll ' c!te of I
excepting sugar and tobacco, whlc. are ed in the Mussulman !litrilt county. The cave wrn c ener
to pay 25 per cent of the Dingley rats A transport with no',l'it hai left leans of a lailder, anild thie' n
until 19)0. when they also are to go on Constantinople for I.t>ilina to take off lack arlout 41, fe 't ftint 111h IIp
the free list. the Turks. etntranue, with <,orneI plank arct
Two amendments were made to the shut off the ili::'
measure originally Introduced in the Street Filled with Rowdle.
house by Mr. Payne. At the suggest. S*anghal )e. 2t Ared,, guards conference May Be Held at MI
tion of Representative 11ll, of Connec. and pa troln are tl.tn., ,re t, V lnt.n, I) De. 0- Amaitba
ticut, a provision was added that all cope wlth a iaalb. rIte al Irof tClo h'tte ha, t .n n ria d ua one
American sugar and tobacco are to hb' ditatirbancte. Th., ftlet re filUel r lrs atv )' the t ln
admitted Into the Philippines free of with rowies. Tl ,i ops are ( wnl at il,,achlng ritrc, ro
duty, and a new section was added hut ling in grat!) feared. Tae n' I n'c. h. Ittrtrmneil h.errrtary It
Jtbch provide that no Philipplne prod cruiser HaltiUmI will land a fortt th' lPrIil'tr11ln n,,w ieillg Ila'
ncts now in warehouses In the United Ioday and fhe ritia rxtr Iatl, fore Iro;i.acn giae rmetlto,.l ,o
States shall be exempted from duties the. iplarce. r thl.. trnferrfere fr.
under the proposed measure. hisare eIw iad It Is r.porteI I' iraO to M.al, !1 %r W'lt'
that Oermnn trr,,; arO rninlng her' leana n el not sp r
Washington Opposee Lyons. from Kl ant an) llrert iitrilnatIn Iy the t
Washlntron. D~e. 20. -4-'gilter of from (laoh. wa 1 1! AIl t,1, 0'1, )11i aft
the Treasurey Judon Lyons, the. Atl a r et n I, apes l*lyt e t. t I,10 1 1 I eNlld that i n, o
gustal negro lawyer wao for eight yearsi e mI l o t |alke II,,A tf t ..I htgC in rh)
has blen Republican national omrn thei mixed fort .'ispte to ac and risem I t
mit.tremal. has not riven up hope t.a't t the forti4rn o tiement.
ht may not yet be reappointed to tho h-Stenrge Plan Pl.nned
hlith i fl lon he now holds. but the 94 Per Cent of Ceton Ginned. llrm'.elshnrT A., Ice .' ,
- .. -T- - . .--,_ I t !i- T. iu I o.I --TPh. .a tihal Tnt al nhei. l-ie hoe re are- ,sli.

irfinlii ou oiler applicars are claim
lfag t:ey have the president positive
promise that too place shall go toI
some other relrepnatative of the race
The srr,ngest factor In oppositloa to
l.yonu Ist inquestionably Rooker Wash
ington These two men may be taken
as the' leading repreestatlvel of the
two wings of the rate it this costry-
Wasmhinton staudiag for the education.
aIl sile. with his platform of son-par
tIcrpa'lon in politics. and Lyons for the
political side

No Evidence Offered in Hume Ces.
New York. Dee. 30.-Abra HI
Hammel. the lawyer wo,. for several
days hao be-a nm trial Ia the seporme
ouart on a rbarie of eoe0ptracy tI ro-
setion witaa tbe Dodpge-se divorce
ltiltlns. sr y eleed to allow hl
ease t o a the jury solely n the
evidesae ftP4 by his aarewrs.
The proseutine SIalShe Its caew ye
tordly and wt e the trial was reelew
today. eoasewl frw HmlelN aa assne
that fhcy were property ret thir
ease twy did eot deere to ofer
say eviderne Is defense

Wes i ftCheape Uok
Kew Yort. Dec 3--tate Histor
Ms hk uliias cJllMd Mayor Me
Celas yer.terdayp to te er wla

el th etalje of the myroe ltlW .
L Mr. 'Mae: w Leto be ereted eI
WSkaN teeJmer Mew T iead I4
dhe omedl made by Predert MaMes
ltos. war a ome bad Membee. os eo
the LAeM Lugls s s at thts he oew

PbmW B~bwuSbe@i. we my suay oes h o whl 1 t0e
OSM84 CI. Dt S-Lher MVIMO I 5 551I'S.? 7OW"' 0 "Op
-- rbeU~st~1 mpec Of gte w @e basso tba tthe g5Ss Zemu ww
Sol- -t o.ta(memo,,. ae 5 86acap
man hatwes O akmmd I
Fo A& 3m n o to T 0 O

&%so gm. ma r- wa No De. 1 )aEpM C On

owl m om adSe -4M f
Se~ E1 -IL -

I-,MiM I A I- '.4V I. li 111 11MI
:innrrs' report asi not completed at
D l'n torlay but I'rlesldet J. A Tay-
lor autborlsed ine statlment that 419,.
6:on bales of ci,'t14 bhd beean llraed
lnre. the iast report, *all t a tota!
of R.9;7,.42' hSr, glnned to Dec II.
Prcueint Irai :.:r said last the crop I
)9 per rent inn-el TI4 Natkmnal (1n.
ers' asi f:'iJlie will meet here this
afternoon o ,i, r offr1ers

Depositors Betg Paid.
Bedford. In INe 10o --Whbm tbh
Bedford bNatie si beak. of whi-b Jo t4
I. Walah. o(f leso. It ppreldent mand
prfldpal storki.older opeed tir but.l
see today. tI,.. rtme ew niled wIth
small 4post',,, wth were paid as fast
as poslble Tt.ee was little e1 te.
meat. t ut the *.nail 4*peltors eostis-
w*4 Otear t,ankss ie *toered *aise.
tans. bat It . ees eetled a e
m,,t I

WP0u8 tgo I ow -M~ of .
OW We mko 1,AV by F P&s Ma aill
OW the 14111111 IfaA s" am theIlate
UeSSaOt a -asN. 96., who 9 was
ceedleret o ad of ets. who

t ,,r,., t an. The,
saw-am 16 4.W pond lbo a"
a"e eOWNyIeeo'ne 5so"beed"hbee 4
membe A A 2el a, O se"&at#
e: alat e' e WSO* -, Alve m s

no wFellow W oo ft ,..
Ik"80111# A's OW a -W W Me
cbmy. sad &.a.we wa ~ft SO4J deed4
as a oi 6a'b'aid be" toh(e nwa
Mq r is vf WA ban~
a 904 ft st-.A e so 6t eso so

dwetarp Olko US.0wift e ai.su pbsr.
bwi bw. um' nd Sme a he mop r
W~ s bnsee b ?Z eu oli O

A P Wowm s
I E Se; ffe


i,' lniy



r. calli



Wittl byI

lap to


of thec
:1 ;i;t:.@ I

onft of
.0'.1 W4. ,

out Al
ro# i rvrl
l~e' 3ee
ect sinv

't wiol
hr toll),

to be

eonlemplilalng the construction of a
olil storasg liant in t1his rlly at a
emot of almeoet 5l O(M The. demand
has bee" felt for wome years, an.1 Is
*14 that erl, mar. and l soe .)ave
bee specially heavy for the last two
years or so on arrount of the lack of
a plat of the sorl t Io MfI-afs. *
pressing has this 4 BeWd at timea
that the oral Merrhates have had to
resort to far-ditant ritles llke Chlljo
ad4 New York



Entombed Men Saled in Long

Isiand Approach.


Two Hundred Men Digging Through
Solid Concrete Hoping to Roela
Their Comra*e in Time to alve
Their Lives

New York. L)ec. T-'4'o menI buried
40 Itut de',) in a tu;:l:ic t.tiuLt iteh.
lu tree dlllrretit forllta, by staruvanolt,
sntllvcailou ur drowning, ant| about itiJ
uo their comladvs a few (fet above
tht'lli digll(kil ng a ltal t tluw to save
tlirlr ivts, was the ltuation today at
tl., Ptennylvania lrilruad tunnel la
IAIlg Island city.
For nituit lhalt ti ours these two
vtirkauvu Iet li.'tn tiinttloleiih in Lila
tutnnil by the cavie int of its mouth, and
it IA I) no Inc'tns c r sin thal there re
unly 1 I n hiiurhid. The police of
lAing Iland< (City says there are sil.
'he tunnel Is being Lilt under the
Irast river to Manhattan Island, but
thie entinhedt men are t undr the
rlve'r bId They ari ts ead up S t;Lie
aprroaph to long Iland ('ty, and It II
reporteel that the water from the river
wl ch hnow fills th ,ll,'etly uindlsr the river bed Is kept
liin'k frnir ienm by Ithe force of the
(11:iprons'ild air continually pumped
Into laeir prison chnmhter
The workers anunrt that the water
nmutt have oUweld II the b part of
lthe tunnel where their comrades are
Irtirled and tlat they hlave saved tei.
hi :ves fromll Its rlic byy rllnhlng u pe
u llit er ci r'clk ticrr the roof of tfh
I UllItI el
T'he rceiirt*r are, slnkilng a 44ffot
dlereI shaft ,talghi award the root at
the rtunn*l nr nornr n rpiewlhl* to the
p:B('e where itl, w olrkme'n are slipposed
to tI. ifr 'i srlat! I ) not viry lio"e
to the men Ihierr Is deaneor whea It
lnI' llerci. the errmnlnt riiof that all
the w*rk will have hieen In vain, that
tlih rco)llprtsr 4 air watch will tw ra-
leas.l and aillo the. woIr tos rniulf
l.h men Itfo,re Iheirr c'llradels caN
take Ithm (out
Tbe lIf*' ehatr w* S1' fet'( tfklay,
but there was *itll t,*liot ltn feet of
slUd ronmnerte' forming t1he r(ef of rie
tinlRanl ti, h j,(e rr Thi' was ie
work of severtral e(.r. involvinag
11e oif dynalmillt tno sipr lt It If at say
time the, ,lrfahls of the )Wrt4ed mem S *
case fi *' s, t In.Icati. that sel*
lting ,. I rt ,e wron Int their teael
rhar.t. r Thrr *sInalled tdaeesastty
bI r.'e,:,>tl ota the iren pipes i t

-' .' ', tibrinl prwp* to Uhem
Need ": CVar Netce rhers of the digger
.* urk., Ir tO --41JU'e e C Hr t ,,, ' life shaft last

In the Ult.4 Maws stret court Ie$
tordey haaldw do's a deeleour that
patlae ad sslplte$eN eed are' he
Marked with the customary -'epyrigh'
notwe" is order to p"t1t Ibtem tflo,
VIOWeI 7*seidmo htselbgl an or 1
Mie brvOl t byNMeI W.Irekm te-lor
601001 sie AMesMeU thsnegrwvrP4'"ofn
psep. sad ESe Ame~rles labor., core
pasy, the PWaUla c rhargirng ,Ie1si~.0
W bh ea vlbt.

A fee meom im~g
ede"Wa. 414, Dow 20 Isery
S3'uflle& atea mi.m&ae sa a tsrt
inltt has b"eo arrwe 4 444 sUFO
I? fteted $&the V&I'.a A%,'&J&! I
Ipurb" IS UwA!e4 &ee'. teeteelled
a ai mel. P 'Wi' %,,-c. a Prosper
low ,0 OW-1ro- I' Is ho~1 1
mr Ie r eb.n'tr s t a~ c'''ag. a.lu

Stt :'&I I!, athemU4
the ,) 4 f is 4: 6bel f

Bwh 5m I aeag Coplet fo
W; cti Ab&: I ul It, k -i a. A) IsL~

e4a 1a4 oear' a. a. b ad heairdwg.
1%bW. hsidas .4 eee of Ik" pw' ;* o
It baud t1 '., v *W the. *V P, r :,Q
Ie 4d 460" "1 rr!& Iv a

mod Mek o" I Tho 0900106 to vM
wo M 13s tw. s I

ir, ,* ,a. I ) I *1Vh, I. Uwife
of 1,11e- of 'tip m 1n i I .I ton Ihe t
IOt, ',enr. T,4ay sn.o W(e
t. her folr rhtli ree to waltr the ASlL
pl, re irf t he rtias el
Wea' wIll neh dl e at the memet
wh"o te1 nnel rnmwf Is opened has
Ptse.4 t he woritpre wia worry
If a t,,i** played to bave divers
ready to eh*nfr tae ole If tihe (er
rise, tie hlgh Isa at last to be pre
perd ", toIroep a hIet Itarmlah 1, epCe,
Int In ree the wnA are i at tea
emnogm 'o he reabed by my .4O

To Build Ceilen MIII
7ACbL (b.e tDe. 0. -At ae
holders u.In- 4144Of the N&WseseaeIM

lad Ir,' ) i. u SlW ref5 seir ll It. WRS
Ssasinaueplsiy doMidedto lhe$%le cri
ip a isAprl Then" ewj mal 4 e
sem( G o.ho of ta. gad wt ws P

fitliled at1" .6" Iofwhitl 0os1
9.4 spirE en; rlthe pres rs wrl pa
of The *id MAill, 4s1ai -eg' eag
by we ea0 board of

CatesIltenTo move9NOW soak
coavrohitus. (t0 .Ahe" *ff --A eSM
beawlb ts J:' 41 f. l: s tawe of
V1ds"N. 1141.'*I tl? pe' be
usm here &boue rewma, 7%*s a
am* mbwimd to mw^ *I Wha

asy W wANA

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7 I.DV..E. I 1E

FIOla OMrIDA. PjCEMBER 21, 1905

d~~ j



Xany Valuale Truners of Prop.
erty B&dag Made Daily.


Is Beitn Purchasd by Those Desiring
Real tate, and Decision of Buck-
man Bi W II Make Things Hum in
Western Section of City.

That real estate has been lively
Gaeelville and vicinity for the pa
yea there can be no denial, but mo
speially, iince this city has been a
Sleoced as the seat of the University
Florida, has thls activity along their
lines been noted.
K Within the prst few months hoi
dreds of pieces of property hav
changed hands at fair priors, and *no
snlee the supreme eourt has made th
Boekman bill constitutional and th
University an absolute certainty, pro;
erty Is bound to ebange handed rapidly;
and the western ge;on of the citl
where the new building of the Un
verlity are to be located, will grow an
flourish a the green bay tree,
On the strength of the selection (
OlOneeville as the University aitj
property at one became markerabl
a the s o$dton mentioned, and at pries
oomilderably advanced over former
prices. Not because, however, th
owners of this property desired a speed
Slatioo, but beeaose prospective pui
shasere sought the location, and com
pptltive bids soon taught the leson c
value to the holders.
Not only has property advanced i
S Wet Olaneoville, but owners of rea
S Otote nl other sections of the eit
have relied the increased value
w blb it Jest, and oonequensly hav
jeyed the benefit of-'ihe enera

SOainmvile, which le already one o
the lding interior eltles of the 8Sate
I broad to boome a center of refine
S mea) and *doestion, and every cities
l gld that he i living here.

Pictures of New University Buildinge
on Exhibition at His Store.
so eathuelast is Wn. N. Wilson
ever the reamet deelsion of the u.
pemo oourt is the Buekman bill, that
In he plo--I on exhibition at his store
phtog(mphe of the boildlnp which are
o 1b ereeted, and takes great pride In
Sbowbla same to those who come Into
the soren.
Mr. Wilson was largely instrumental
SIn the work of bringing the University
here, and to him great oredit has been
given. Dr. MeKilotry, in speaking of
the matter Tusday, stated that Mr.
Wilson, a member of the c(imitliste
whohad been appointed to look after
G ealevtlle' Iate oeet, had been the
Soet faithful mao lbr of that commit.
tee, and deserved the credit. "Hilly
Wilsoa was faithful to the last," he
aid, "and the people of Oaineoville
0hoold feel thankful to him."
SWkhile Mr. Wilson Is modest, he
shows that he li very proud of the
Intal reielt. and does not lose an op.
portoalty to show visitors to the store
the new University buildings.
Will Kill Thirty.Three Head of Hogs
Th is eson and Well Famed.
Amoug thoee who are prosperuue in
S Alahoa county Is Sam i. Turner nf
i Lake View, who is anmot the moet
proTgrlive farmer ain the county. Mr
Turner, who ralies every thing goad to
0* stad provides well for his family.
statMN that he will kill thirly-three
hob this year, which will unt him
enough meat to keep her family until
hog-killing time comes aslel He ts
ne of the leading farmers of Al.ahua
S oonty. and never fails to make a Itv-
lag "at home Is addition to the
product whieh he keeps at home, he
brang to market mar prdoerts of hsr
h a,. WhiOh always realize guld pieso
Will Have Xmas Tree.
* At a reoetl m ieetlog of the board of
F daa- of th* )'rt irHaprlr Cherka it
i W a(ied to live the childr- 0of the
*g s ool a Chrotmas rw. whleh
h*aU bole wha the iherec the
St2 h iof tn*dey. tk* J4t te**n.
T t rlUl tulo pre*te for the
SsiMbe, ld mtank to as aaahlr
Kh aI B o- toBs A ierlltaslo.
SeiU be ge to het public ,ad the
oog ml w l oeb be ea y4

To Owe .eea isOne Day
gL&lXTIVB AIRONO 4u4ning
'imre. ho bmoeyo fi i
to$m )







Thenunis Ire lidey
TrmeHbe nd oveh r S t I.
sow To rl(a Out.
Fill a bottle orcommonglao with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours;
a sedimentor st-
unhealthy con-
ditioi of the kil-
neys; if it stains
vour linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire
o, pass it orpain
"" in the back is
alwo convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are out of order.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilner's
Swamp-Rot, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the hack, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne-
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, an'd to get u, many
times during the night. The mild and
thie extraordinary effect of 0 wamp-Root
is ,noti realieul. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis-
tressing cases. If you need a imelicine
you shluld have the best. Sold by drug.
gists in fifty-cent and -,ie-dollar sines.
You may have a sample bottle and a
b1'ok that tells al
about it, both sent free
1'v mail. Address Dr.
K !,",r & Co., Ilil.g- im
linniat.i, N. Y. \Whe' n oin o esm .tt.
writing mention this paper and don't
make any inistake, but remember the
.,name. Ir. Kilnier's Swamp-Rout, and
the a '.:lrcs, lingbinmton, N. Y.


Rev. E. A. Gray Returned-Lecture on
Martin Luther.-Local Items.

It Was kInt b oulve e *em, Wh
C-u' Lar l'p Mney.
TM real inventor of the locomotve
aeer replied a clit from hls inven-

HI sa e was Oliver Evans. He was
bt I ta Delaware in 17TO and spent all
Jde Ulft perfteting Inventlons wbe
were detained to being him nothingbut
more poverty. He was the original In-
ventor of the high pressure engine used
In locomotive, the only kind that could
ie employed to advantage Jn thi form
of transportatUon, but realized nothing
for hia Idea
His application of the notion to both
land and water power was somewhat
In 1804 the municipality of Philadel-
phia called for bids for the dredging of
the river and the cleaning of the docks.
Evans put In a bid lower than any of
hs competitors and when It was ac-
capted determined to build a steam-
boat to do the work.
He fitted out a cow with a steam
engine, building both the engine and
the scow in bis own workshop.
When the boat was ready to be
launched Evans determined to give the
people of Philadelphia an object lesson
in mechanics, so he put the boat on
wheels, fitted up a pusb wheel behind.
et his engine to work and propelled
the boat through the streets to the riv-
er in the midst of an open mouthed
throng, not a few of whom had a dim
Idea that be ought to be arrested for
When the boat reached the bank of
the river, the wheels and axles were
taken off, the craft was launched, ftted
out with other wheels and made to do
the work of dredging the harbor.
So far as the invention of mechani-
cal detlces wett E)vans had a splendid
genius, but when dollars and cents
came up for conalderation be was a
mere child, and even allowed himself

The Kead Tou Have Always Bought, and which has bee
n use or over 80 years, has borne the signature r
^ and has been made under his pre
sonal supervision since Its tnlumy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good are bat
Eperimentt that trifle with and endanger the health qt
IT.*hL and Chlldren-Experience against ExperIa it

Coatoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oi, Pao-
ffore, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasan. It
eoAtains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narotlo
ubtance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
ad allys Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatl
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleet
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.


SBean the Signature of

The Kind You Have Always Bought

n Micanopy, I)e,. 20 -Glenn Smith to be cheated out of the money that In Use For Over 30 Years.
l and wife of Tampa are spending the wa due him for cleaning the Phlladel.
y holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Brice. phla harbor with his new tangled ____________,,_ _mL e_____ n_
Dr. W C. Johnson has returned from steamboat.
e Baltimore. His many friends are glad Gri and Pne
i to see him home again. LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Oapt. B. W. Fontaine is home for a Pneumonia often follows lagrippe,
Sfew weeks'rest. but never follows the e of Foley's THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Inc.
SProf. 0 C. Robeson and family of Honey and Tar. It corpa lagrippe. F' .TABLI
, Waco, Texas, are here for the winter. sought and prevents pneumonia and TABSHE
S Mrs. Lena Keep of Boardman visited consumption. Ak for Foley' Honey The question d rlale ser of eery sort alo the line of
relative here Sunday. and Tar and refuse any substitute of- of Title the Land Titles in the tate of Florida, particularly
Rev. O. W. Gordon and wife of Mo. feared. Mr. G. Vacher, 157 Osnood Alachua county.
Intosb pased through town yesterday str*t, Obicago. write:? "My wife had first eonsid -
en route to Oaineeville. a severe ao of lagrippe three years r SPE('IALTIEN: Abstracts of Tltles; Tax Sale parehmes
S Mrs. Wolfoedea oad daughter, Mrs. ago and it left her with a terrible rao or Agets for Non.Retldent Land Owners; Plats of Cestles,
O. K. Richardson of Evinston, were in eor0h. She tried a bottle of Foley's the investor. Tewas, Ete.
town today. Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
relief. A 50.eent bottle armed her eoughille. .
Mrs P. E. Banknight and children entirely." Refuse snibtitutes. J. .Refernes: First National Bank of Gainesville H..
were shopping here today. MeCollum A Company Dtoton A Co., Bankr.
Our people here are shipping
orange to the varioos markets in Hearing for New Trial.
small lots. The Micanopy oranges are 'Wo' 0r. O, 2.--The hearing
haTJ to hbet. fnr a new trial in the Taggart divorce C L Y D E L IN E
Miss Clara Smith spent last Sunday c;s w*as taken up today Captain Tag
in Galnesville visiting relatives and gart and Mrs Taggart are not present
friends. It was learned xostilvely today tha;
friends o o. I. n4 left to .r, Tag-
The klicanopy High School will sus. $ h o of the fiind left to iMri Tag-
pend for one week during the holl- gart h her lost r-larent Is h fIh Ny
draysthe .luitable Tnift company of ChicaI-
rgo. which Is itong rte Instituttions
IDr. H. Crawford has opened a store whrh ar Invll as a t of the
in ithe Benjamin block. J. E. Thrash. financial trol)l"s of John R. Walsh.
er is interested in the business with
SCol Raker of aieille ant yes. Barge Still Misosng...
today a ero or twne vile s ye Norfolk. Va., Dec 20.-The wind off O'(" R 8.&ILI G- -EAC "-w :E
hristm turkey re e here. the coast today Ia Howing only 8 miles
an hour. with !lgh rseas, but a dense
Some fne globblers would bring g o fog prevails and shipping tanot he Jacks nville and N York,
prices. seeon rm ~ ore othini has yet Calling at CHARLESTON, C., s toth s)
Mrs W C Johnson has returned bee heard frbm rie missing whal'back hie hI t a1m1a L1 the Coaltwite Service
howm after visiting relatives at St. barge. IAtheyd
Pometra bor.L. be i The Clyde New England and bouther. Line.
Ilub Merry is home for the holidays Remarkable C e. Direst Serv ie Betwar JACKSO.NV II.I. 1: I' nIN nd
te Is attending the dental college in OI ws much alieted with siatica." PROVIDLENC and All Eastern
Atlantae Calliag as Charleston both ways
Our people s, glad to have Rev E. writes Ed C. Nod. lowaville, S.dgwiek BldI- W 3EX L-y SA ILI T ,cS
.. rIay preach for them another year Co Kas., "going about eno crutches Southbowsd... ................ From Lewis' harl. B,1 T
His numerous friends were delighted and suffering a deal of pain. I wuas Northboond .................. From Foo of Cath e at j rr.t J ekonr!,
His numerous friends were delightd Iodotd t dallards So w i A____________dl__
to have him and his family stay here. iad d to try Hallard'se S o Lin .
He W loved by all denamitrnalot u. meat. which relieved me, I und
The Ieaure gvlen by Rev. F A. thrt We bottles It is the greatest J River Line
Holtshn.ure at the Me hodist e b liiment I ever usd Have recom- It teen J rKOONVILLM and ANfronu.
oH "Mirt e Luther" wM well attend headed is to a number of pl erns. 6oppin a Pala, Berfod DeLand. arn Inrmd
*e The rsubjd was rdled ita t y All express btemelves being bten. Land. oan S. Johns r; commenting We sday. November 1
*4 The subject wasbhandled is aaway *Ited by it Im now walk without $rE
that showed that much thought had ie d by it I now walk without STEAMERS
baen iven. and tat the speaker was Jru, able to perform a great deal 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED K Di BARY"
thoroughlyt fa eliar with the lfe of lit labok on the faur Se. 0 Are arolted to mail s follows: Lave Jaesoeville. dal excep r
Luther. It w a very mi tettive lee- and I. Sold by W. M. Johaseo. days. at 3: p. m. Restrminag. leaveSeafsord,daily eleeptb ,day. a tIS9:K.m.
ture We wish everybody could To A T
hear is Tas M Awirnt U. o .S Trease. a SCHEDU L wr
Arthur Chitt y left today for Hot On glI' aulhortly that Jo eeh inkwell. .......... ....................
Springs. Ark.. for a Ifa.weeks'.staiM........ .01m
His many fr .d hope that he will. t Piladelial will be applied a ..... .... .. AI
Irs many friedS hope tl he r.statast t'lted tates treultre at Phi. 80 m .............. t. ...
Sf wel. tphis place of Wila . I .. . ... lerefe (D*L.d) ... Ap10
a itly renovl Arrtte*Dam..... ... a ed...........
_or_ _l C_* 10* Reee............__. ... e ._1 02
Ch ,-e, tD )W --Prt-caly see nor- I, PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE, M W. RAY T. JAOf
mal coadlttons were reetosed ia la thA i Ot
ea: hanktla taetitutties today 4ni I t. ras Lc. -Torp"ew .wu. rWON.I;
there was t the iimtete urface la U a Na0W W Vwd M s eaolMe .d os 1
ditait of a the 4jarbea ce Caused ye7. j a 3m lw sO wt. nowo-
fordsy by the s epahse of the Walsh orbr toaG. er r wwX op@
books 3S ****I L* 7

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deemed Aves C hersm o
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poem emar, o~ld' cmos.1Y c
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r. J. Erperson, the naval stores nr..
of Bronso. was among the ri--
to this city yesterday.
lio io 00ll,-1 t, a cla)nct- n
ontilnea& Calo ad in i iti i.r i-.
popular dining-room wi1b be open
midnight or later during the hol-:



bo. A. LeIwith, a prominent cit. 'WATCH MY WINDOW.
of Jacksonville who owns con'id. pay yen.
le real estate in thia section. i6 in .
ity. He came to look after his

ests here. IN MAYOR'S COURT.
L. Shaw of Alaehba was in th ,
L. Shaw of Alacha was in t J ck Long Held Up for Using Profane
yesterday. Mr. Shaw, who is a
soive farmer, brought a quan. nd Abu Lngu
of backbone and spareribe to The session of the mayor's court
et, which sold readily at good Wednesday was very interesting, sinee
ie. Jack Long, a white man, was arraigned
Reagan of Ola representing upon a charge of using profane and
abusive language towards J. ( Meti
ps Bros. & Darlington, hardwood,
In the city yesterday. He is lo- e s stated before the
Me:s stated before the mayor that
at Hague, and was en route ^ ..
t Hague, and was en route Long and another party came to hlis
where he will spend the Chirist.
Sh lidys, store on a certain eight and force I aR
holidays.entrance into the store Mets lhp.
arraDty deed and mortgage blnks opened to be sleeping there at the tinme
le at this offee, the form used in and held up the Intruders, whom he de.
huoa county which saves money in clares proceeded to curse him, ard
rding.. $2 per hundred or 600 per threatened to kill him if he did not get
n by mail. Cash must accompany out of the place. The result was that
er. dawtf Long was arrested, and in the mayor's
0. Rouse of Jacksonville, repre- court he was fined $60and coots. He
tative of the Miller & Mallard was represented by Attoney Evans
ery Company, after a couple of Haile, who appealed the case to the
ry spent to this city, returned to circuit court, and the defendant was
a home yesterday. Mr. Rouse for- released under bond.
erly resided here, and has many -
ends who were glad to see him. LOCHLOOSA LACONICS.
W. H. Turner of lo helle, one of A Few News teams From This usy
he leading farmers that section, ittle Hamlet
as in the city yesterday and paid The
on an agreeable call, renewing his Lochloosa, Dec. 20--The H. & R.
obsoription. Mr. Turner states that railroad has recently built into town,
he people of his section have made and is doing a big business, which
good crops, and as a result are pros- helps the town considerably.
perooe and happy. A. K. Wade, Jr., recently lost his
boardoftewrdof the M famous Billie goat that he would not
The board of steward of the Mth-ve.
odist choreh held a meeting Tuesday The oranges are roli from
afternoon, at which Hon. W. N. Seats The orange re rolling i fro
Crof Creek to ILoohloosa to be whipped
was elected chairman and Ferdinand
Bayer secretary of the hoard. Thd by the carload.
The people of the c immunity have
meeting was well attended and full of he peple o the
begun shipping lettuce.
interest, and the various reports begun shipping lett e.
A dull time is exipectrd here this
showed the church in good condition. im
Christmas with all but the "boose"
Mrs. L. M. Bell of Tennessee. for- drinkers.
merely of this city, who has been here
'for the past two or three days on a CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S.
visit to friends, has gone to Hawthorn,
*;where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Get the Handsome Embossed Cards at
Bell has many friends here who were The Sun Job Office.
glad to welcome her, and trust ti at We have some very handsome em-
she will visit them again before re. bossedChristmaaand New Year'scards,
turning to her Tennessee home on which we will print your name for
H. A Fisher and son, James. who Christmas or New Year's calls.
have been employed in their profesion They are very floe aid if you desire
as brick masons at Bradentown for them you should put in your order ear-
some time, have returned t, their ( Call and see samples as the count-
home in North 0isinesville to spend th,, ini room.
holidays. Mr. Fisher states that there Failed.
is considerable building going on in All effort have failed to find a bet.
Bradentown and other sections ofn ter remedy for cough., colds and lung
Booth Florida, and that work is plen- trouble than Foley'. Honey and Tar
tifol. It stops the eogh. heels the lungs and
The pay train, more familiarly prevents various results from a cold.
known amesg the employes a thbe J N. Pattereo, Nashua, Iowa. writes:
"band wages" came la over the Atlan- "Last winter I had a bed eold on my
tie Coast Line yesterday, and made lungs and tried at least half a doase
those who were interested happy. The advertised eoogb medlelane aad had
"band wagon" is a great relief to treatment from two physieoane with.
many who live from month to month out getting any benefit. A friend re-
expesling Its arrival, and usually sat- commended Foley's Honey aad Tar
isfle their demand for the present aod two-thirds of a bottle ared me I
eoouider it the greatet eoulb sad long
COTTON GROWERS MEET. medicine in the world." J W. Mes
Collum A Company.
Deegate to Valdosta Were Elected at- -
the Meeting Saturday. Steamer Passed ImWmese Iceberg.
The cotton growers of Alachoa eoun- Prtn)"'it. atKlan.. fe' Tea
4t met at Alaehos Storday for the IAmerscan lne. 1 traner St I[mis. whlr,
pomro of forming an asoeoiatio.m arriv here frm New York. report
The umeetig was fairly well attended, barl ang passe1 Inc( 1. In latitude 45
and a e u* was perf*eted. 4orth. aid rir tude 4 wie. an lee
The> wir, b 4 fP y f it lh b Tketiwebers was r I
11 following dielates were elected ar 0 So. ,!a T* ne er ws rt
to report the eesoelatiom as the a r t
Soutbera Oottos Growers' Amoes aio. na iat o
whith will e*oevee to Valdota,. Ga..
os Jassary 4, 1101: Johk B. Dell.i Acidentlly Kill re Sther.,
Oaieevrille: Ohem. Mely, Wade.sa d b'Dihe;,e. 4t. I*K :v -- 'reseat
E. Sammer. High Spriage. ro~wa, te )il< yaro4d ,, of M. i
The imeetlag wa t as largely at- a J'rLt7y amb't his brother,
tended s eOpseed bet eor sderable age4 14 with a plied while prso
esthisem wa maifestfed. ad is il to s boot a amwi The all
ser thea the rgeaatlauioa iM oa tam r "l e*d ^e 'r" > e l bodj. pe5
bas i etrattae the *tnmadc.

The Key The UsIsi the DOWr so
Lon Lk".
The w e ofhgWuesad ninesy
l yansd > ore so eg roseed well
Id, bat be&a sp.n m, we o i.0eso
*hSinbrdwet. w ern l ua he W1l.
wool"a. pot NmOdh a" wil

masekofInd 9" ovselsd I* is 49@6
"mm adwo so" a domeof St o
bab ow@& d LIAe. Toblesi w
dm mnd bvow ehbeim *bumenM
- BMWhk No nd bv-&LWhsa
" & k-i w rm m why sMe
evww m *owuso bhnis am
Mo. Iwftbt~m~pffft

A Cert Ci's fworsop.
Whe. a eaeld sobs rsympwo of
eamp "no i msotme to ea peimee
glib me lr~wdie. somaUineebhw
higly l thy may be reined.
The. mI emo P.ustilmam- a
oope be d"oymded sps Is hb "be
is meIo mw ye ?an, m mo sn
be. hewssoa. ftl. ii Chombseishm'e'o
06 00Utsm w X, F. Oom
ad Mauet". sws. map ofeh A Ibase
r~ Chemwlahe'e Ceuh esed I
omere -I!-' 'D OWs Sta my ehis

dus.and soebfllys, aylsebra

Macon AftP Next Fair.
.Mrcn. Ga. Dec. 2.-Prn'itdent G.
lOng A. Snih. o the Meoon Fair asocla-
tion. said tlatt it would he thel purpose
of !'hi iirtc:ors of the th!\ :,) Invite
the st:'te ncrlcultural socr y !, > Ma
IES con for '; t', tte fair of 1"'1.'
To Mark Confterate GCr. ves.
I Washiinion, Dec. 26.- -R.;,tr.sepnta-
tive Prince, of Illinois. has In'";,vice
a b'1l ap;,pir.op iatlng S .' fo erect-
ing monumn nts tnarkln '*,i :!i,732
It may confederate graves in th, n-t(::h

Bank Teller Charged with Theft.
New York. Dec. O2.-Prar.k .\. (GrLy.

Jr. receiving teller of th, Monroe
bank, wa% arrested yesteril\ charged
witAl stealing tw Ofve-dollar gild cotns
from the bank.

Acquittej of Muitr (,;,ros
Brunswick, Ga., ~4:. o, The jury
In the case of J. LUcas Gr en. c.iarged
with the murder of Isaatc Sulth, re
turned a verdict of not gutlty
Wages Ralsed Ten Per cent
Cleveland. 0.. Dec. 20.--The Creve.
land Worsted Mill company haa vol-
untarily advanced the wages of It*
1,500 employee 10 per cent.

A USteery Colmeidence.
"My father. W. Clark Itussell," said
nertert IRusell in telling of a literary
coincidence, "had finished niauturing the
plot of hsl novel, *The I-ath Hblp.'
which Is a verlson of the legm'nd of Vau-
derdecken. I was l b nhiinaiuenns at
the time. lie sald to tme, *Tomorrow
we will begin the story' 4)n the fol-
lowing morning wben I entered his
study to take hil dictation of the open-
ing lines be showed ne a letter hr had
Just received. It was fronu W. 8. Gi-.
bert, the well known draintlst, asking
him why he did not write a novel
about the Flying Dutlchian."
Pmneale Ie the HIbllaRmdl
A Scottlah correi ypondent writes of
funerals In the highlinds: 'There are
no undertakers here A carpenter
makes the simple comn, relatives and
friends carry It, htp hlgh, to Its lat
resting place, whidc In dig when the
end of the Journ ri nearbed, and.
baring walked perhaps sixn miller to
the hbosen kirkyard they take a re
freshment of saMdwch'ri and whisky
and walk bome agslh The rigorous
abeence of pomp I. ninintalneml, but
there is the added enilMslllhnetnt of
pipe mueIC."
0Ge1 er ,u Thekm.
An English drulggit give (the follow-
Ing list of illiinlers Iniue hty his piorer
customers: watchc h an eli" for cowbl-
neol; "proeiMrous puaat" for pboepbo-
rue I4(te; "grtae, It" for crtewote;
"fishy water" ftor vichy water; "guitar"
for catarrti; ",,verlriting" fur offerves-

Furious Fighting.
"' If-iffmtin f II{arp.-. Wahi I had a
titeri battle willt, chronic ptlrniei and
liver trouble., tit at last I wiin,. and
cured my diseases by thIue ue ,f 1.lee-
trio liittrs I iiihesllatinstl rrecom.
mend Ithrm to all. oad don't' snirid in
the future to be without them in the
house They are rtrtlinlyr wonder.
ful medicitpe,. haive cured such a bed
ese ast mine." .old under onarla*
to to do the sainr for you, by all drog-
gisti as st a bittlc. Try them today.
Christmas Holiday Patel.
The Atatoi (',ast Line.S to five ev-
ery onc so apPrininit to visis their
homer snd friends. will a1ll icLkets a.
coOnt of the (',riitma holsdajl he-
swrn all points at one *d ,one-thlrd
fare plus twenty-five (M estate for
the rouBd trip rhe. tiesegt will be
an le lJemtelr m l. 23d. 74th. Mbh,
hMb. 1st nMd Jear *ry let. faul limit
of same January ith.
For sludets t ard teelnrse tbe sme
rates will app'r lywth he eaek ptk
that they will tw. us ale Plmember
17itl iMth. ;tlr;.ve. The" tiesltr
wll oely be* old to sted-te n pme poe.
weatsmio of a sartla%*e *gsed by the
pri"elpalJ sMd reitdei t of the frt-
a tealtet.one
Al! of those a have dghIlteu
sa lag her. Ch rests iMe eld eb *

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yoa Arr lafM r on

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Can 84 Ow whago am U606fts
offim. 2 Liberty woI, tussIu
VIIb Se kd so s t4, w OY F a," p
We keep Os**" Is*"151M4 M.
abis 5 08ed1le = O .I

6. L sWINS,

A Merry Christmas





s our earliest wish for one anti

But youl (aa't Ire in a pleasant
frame of nmind with a bad fitting
Shoe0 on your ftoor.




A comrortable pair of Shoes-Shoes with a
reputation. DAon't buy any old kind of a Shoe.
Remember, hot air won't wear. It takes
leather to do that SAVE THE PROFIT AND)




SI OT orporlEftIT
Abstract of Title and full information furalnhed rerding la Ie ds Is
enunty. Our maaer hau lived oI this soaathirty years ad
to thoroughly onverment with lad titles.

E. E. "VO'O LLE,
eating a sumlier of prominBat Ameritan and english sompaltes
Gai2 Tvlle 1 *'lozidx-i

I*kleonm sad Jobrben t

Staple and Fancy Groceres,

r1m1 % lSt* SWe aW Fedtfiwe



Higbe mark*$ p pri es tof ObrCieho. b ad other Prsies

A Ompmes efu c kofmay 0, os. 0 Piour, Mhrs, Mea, UWSW &Need M
WWr I Wte e mlMT htats ad Low*

14, 'I414.144 HIN -

sea Isla d. Cotton.

Sm Island Cott'mn 4'usl, IguCgng and Twine. Walnu
LJeather in Htrilm. or Sd.'

Mfnaacturerm of the Jumenee m oig I;romemo Englub
Sm IWalrnd (,tottsm I)in, an d ktud plom for FuImes.

Mtostbl~siaae S161

2E. F. D71TTTO2~ & 00..

B3 M N "MER S.
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*&#job db" a Fo~u Om WO60be &
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S Assre os tbet sPosm o Mastesert*.rl.

L a. u CKII RY ....... dtw r tand PNltsher.
. W, ASLrY B ............ Ar C'tr tor.
J33, L. Br~lMv. cettor.
S LOUIS J. BRUNBY. Uea'1 Tras -r. Arent.
V. .L MiWIVW..... Nutt. Cir.io Ir v Room*.
a' .Mes i treet, H. r.TLL.PrHO.r 34-
( tTU DAILy s;Ux, pubhishd e: ry morning ec-
S1UIS aOSJI. dellivreId ),y carrier In the city, or
se, -I teeny part ,f ithe nitf-l Sfer ,of2Syear; IA. ..x Amounths; i.):5thre
f' 0Wta;t or t cent ftr f:ie w.eek-tc strictly Ia

SRWdiSn noti(e ri Irn aa column so cents* line
arIrt inrtion and S cents for achadditioual
/, ritUon.
batrt for display advertising made known os
i pplickaton.
STbheTwcetr -Week bunO i an eigbt-page, forty-
ma,' ol paper, published every Monday *ad
Thlrredy, and contalas all the news of the
wwk, local, stat and general, and will be
mled, pos*tae free, to say part of the United
Sbstes or Casda. for s.ca s year-ln advance,
All sdvertdng b1ll become due after frrt
ppeanceof o dvtlemeunt, uanle otherwise
selplated la contract. Parties not Laown to us
W( fe required to pay for advertising ia .6
ag. A4ddsre, T119 DAILY SUN,

Seontor Burton draws his salary jost
the same, if he is locked op.

The tobacco growers of Kentueky
have a strong onion that is making it
warm for the trust.

Coagreslman Sparkma has already
iatrodsed four bills In the Hoose pd
o, ot oe of them has say reference to
S railroad rate,.

The shortet day of the year has ar.
rived, which don't give one much time
to Hody on Christmas gifts. Many will
Spproelate the faet.

SWe have not hard of any bolsness
SJloure I Oailesville of late, notwistb
steadiag the fiee that some of our
a sbbers are muoe, worried.

SLok out for the dapgrot toy pie-
tol tha t an bere for bhe holidays, and
pthe oombetlble fabrts worm about
|the Illumialted bChristmas tree.

The faot that bsoator Bonarparit li
.. maing sl effort to ltamp out hasiin
aI the Annapoll Aoademy should raise
,bim la theo sematloa of the people.

The Obrlstmas edition of The Fri.
tersal Rooord of Jacksoaville 'lI a
hadsome publileaton aod of interest
to every lodge man and woman In the
ttUe. _____

Be careful aod don't quarrel with
your best girl before the end of the
week, as you want bhr to have the nles
Obhritma present you bare purchased
for bher.

The railroads of the country are glet
tlg steel freight oars. They think
there is lwe liability of injury to the
ears while engaged i lrasmhlin the
contents. ____
The Longworthd.ooaevelt nuptials
will probably take place as the White
Houoe some time ia February. We
will give the raet date as 0oon as we
(t our "Ul'it "

Arisons would rather be left out of
the 1'iion thati1 be h(ookd up irth
New Meltle, as the latter has so much
the largr population that they would
stand no show.

As soon so Iteator LaFullette or
Wileosie an break awayt fromi the
OVersoruhIp of thbt lirte, he mill put
o appearance at Washiugton to seeept
a hairmanakip or two

Am oil painting of the late i~r Henry
Irvlaoiuld for Ul,<)., while uoe of
Kllen Terry only brought NW,. Thei

wa to show, so doubt, that the prut
Labasr LTaoght that Ellea didna' treat
Henri rghll

Prelsideit Jordauu ay he would like
to ane Iav hutled delicate at the
New Orl Ure meeting of the S voters
Oa84t AaoiaatIo., to be held Jas.
rg l1th to 1th The reAroads will
gIeea ~t ef ono-half o re

SbLai s baele esaage sad fralk.
S -aa ell t be made of super.
SaIai bet. But the **ddea dia-
"pas' -f oa f many eas*nee i
j he Is isM'l U Ial tb place the
W1108W-r-aft Idl 091 *14t 111
bm of to ty
bte ql


The catalogue of The Moody Bible
Instit&te of Chicago for 190 is Jost
oat. It is ao attractive book of 86
pages. containing a hiotorieal sketeh.
oa account of ihe different eoorsee of
stody, theoretical and practical, and
attrcscively illustrated with photo-
graphs of the building* and picturesque
otje-cs in the neighborhood. The
president of the Institute is Henry P.
Crowel), president of the American
Cereal Co and the deane who are eo-
ordinate in their ofleial capeeity are
Rev. R. A. Torrey of world-wide re.
vival fame, and Rev. James M. Gray,
formerly of Boston, and known
throouhoot the ooantry as a specialist
in Bible exposition. The I ulsi de-
partment ie in charge of Dr. Daniel B.
Towner, the gospel singer and com-
poser. for many years asoelated with
the late D. D. Moody in his evange-
lislie work. There were nearly 1.600
students enrolled in the different de-
partments lst year, representing all
the different walks in life, sad coming
from all the different hristian de-
nominations, as well as from most of
the natlonr uo the world. These stu-
dents are trained for home and foreign
missionaries, Bible teacher., evan.
gellets, pastor's assistants, Y. M. O. A ,
Y. W. C. A., anf8 Soday school work.
ers, oolporters, choristers and singing
evagf llUte, practically without any
eoet to them. There is an eveniln
department for the special aceommo.
dation of a local constitueocy cf elerks
and others who cannot attend during
the day, and who receive practically
the eame corone of Instroetion as the
day stodent. There is also a corre-
spondeaee department aad extension
department, the latter for the purpose
of carrying on eofteresees, Bible
classes and eerogelistle campaigns all
over the country.. Fre copies of the
earlalooe will be sapI on application
to The Moody Bible 'Institute, Chi-
age, by maill.


Don't advertise if yoe believe you are
wasting mose. Let yar competitor
waste bhise aey on advertising and
perhaps n this way you'll soon "pot
bim out of buelia." Fix his clock.
works forhim! Just stand beak and
laugh at him wheia you see him equan.
during his money for printers' ink.
Onse there wa boy named John-we
think his last name wao Wanamaker,
or maybe it was Moneymaker. Any.
how, his name was John, with some
sort of a maker attsahed to his last
name. He owned fifty yards calioo,
three pairs Jean, a half-dozse pairs of
home-aide yarn sooks and five pair of
boose. He called thie a dry goods
store through a Philadelphia newspa-
per and offered to ell a pair of soak
for 89 eent. The don't believe-in-ad-
vertislag merchant laughed! Young
John speat 504 with The Philadelphia
Ledger to advertise Just oa time aod
bad lese than $100 worth of goods. He
wa eoautioned by the merchants who
"knew it didn't pay !" It was through
sympathy that they offered haiu ad-
vice. But John didn't listed to them
anJ went and blew ble money in fool.
ishly and today poor Joha eese the re*
olite of his mledoilae-he has eo many
large dry good stores that he can
hardly find time to study hit Sunday
eshool leeeon
There are many men who :!"! say
that there was a fteld open for Just uoph
advertisleg, yet there are many *pote
where imlalr field can be opened by
careful attention to thil branch of the
management of a large or small store.
The people all over the country are
watehag for bargalae and if you are in
the habit of giving them they will
wateh you

If (Iileeville only had a new opera
houe oand a good family hotel located
ln eome pleasant part of the city.

there would be no doubt of both being
well patrmlised if they would oe a
little printe1r' lk ia making people
aware of the fast.

Hew's ThisO
We olffr Oe Huadred I'olnar re.
wrdf tor ay If* e of etarrh thai e e.
not be cored by Halls Catarrh Core.
F. J. Curmt A Co.,Teledo, 0.
We. the nsadeuged. have kuafn F
J Cbhey *Fa the ost Il yetsn, bad be.
See khi perfeetly bhomoa e is all
beaseem treeamml kmet m Saielaely
able to nart eat aay ebll gtean -de
by his rmr.
WALMwS Eu.man a M.avas,
Wheoeea8e D10ra aist Teldes 0
Hali%Oa Ot e lwe Ine" "tor*
Sally.gmetaIn*t*Oy W bi*e
@ Aa0-1 laS ea. aPIe
TboWA e1a U% 1 4f94aaa1
Tkow. H rM rfi -Mai.

B 21,1905
- B. - _

Whila we did not expect our Reprb-i
lieSa frisde tbhe at4 would pldae
ither-of outr4aited States Senstors
veryart Uhfro fiat on the Senate com-
mittlea, the ability of Meers. Malory
sod Tallaferro ha. beeo recognized by
playing them a onime of the best eom-
AtUtene of that hody. The Florida
member have been aosisaed on the
Commerce, Mallory.
Military Affairs Tallaferro.
Inter-Ooeen Canal, Taliaferro.
Poetolee sad Post Roads, Taliaferro.
Paefio Islands igd Porto Rico, MalI




District of Co'umbia Mallory. GNUMPVrON, OOUoHS, COLDG, CROLD*
Cuban Relations, Talisferro. A"TMA, T 6o g Wmr AT HOAJ& rME5W
Pnasions, Taliatorro. W Pobt COUMw AND CO. U
Cenms,.Tallafrro. DO NOT DELAY
Ooast Defenses, Taliaferro. Mat the drawn on your system produces permanent disability.M 1 t
Fisherles, Mallory. bret g machinery Is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To bha Veod
PaeiiL Railroad.s Taliaferro. health i nmut be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of as Btoer
Patents, Mallory. itam yet if i was known by Ita proper name of "throat inflalnnmtMi
Reo, n iry o*fheIws of the United -ItNl of the lungs" its dangerous character would b kpre -
Retie.on of the Lswe of the United w n a cold makes its appearance use at once allaw st
States, Mallory. k I p which will speedily overcome it.
Public Health and National Qar- mO GOUOH and GROUP Reqire Prompt Action. SOW
antine, Mallory. UNIIiNT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful r"e, wieL
Snt allor. ____ l t s Merhound Sirup will rapidly atop the violent .roas of
Internal revenue figures show that POSuIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP.
10,811000,000 cigarettes were man- T OR CHILDREN
factored in this country during the last dmBEST FOR ClHILD R:-E IN ue
n o t= =hiGoldhwalts Taxee. wrltes:--"I have use 3 3
year, that number of oourse represent- Nor"b p and And it the BEST medicine for croup. toug
lg cigarettes for which reveadb stamps I .e. M pleasant to ake and qu
were porehased. During the year there SAMl AJMD SUE Three Shies, 25c, 5Oc. $LOG
were 149.151.890 pounds of tobsaeo Thie CMe'sFarvee seemed Ivwery tetle Oaruesed
sold, and a large portion of this weo( ta rd SdOW nlkma t O., St LOO G _
Into elgarettes rolled by the consum-
ere. The report also shows that more
tobseeo is used in the form of plog SOLD AND RECOMMENDED SY
than io any other form. W I.MJ. OII SO1T, G al33i.es -ille.

The importation of Japanese into
the st9eoe of Lookians and Texas, forP '
work in the riee fields, will be a great
boon to that country. These Jap* .
nsse are iadustrious workers, and be-
sides being expert in the culture of I | OU A re IInsured.
rlee, know how to use the by-produets,
and Will engage In the manufacturing a
of m etlng, mtnd lrouf woolr In a Company that is Reponsible. Have a Policy Correctly
matig hat and variou woolen Written a ith Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
artcles. Pays Loeees Promptly

From Carbo come a report that one
day last week a American rancher in Y A re A assured
that viclanity, fearing a deent by Ya.u
qoit, polioned f demijohn of mesiaol I
and th.olabented himself from home That no serious los can overcome you without you have some
and ther aboented himself fron home 1 re.fu e
over night. Returning the next day refuge.' _
he found twenty-three good Indiansj
ia aod bouts the house.-NogalleO) j ,l I i
(Aris.) O"i,,-
...__ ._ Firer Lie, Accident and Health Iisrance.

W None bus Reliable Companies Represeuted. I

IaMY ayr See *N st Teatse. Geass to

en ame,.,, sa.,., A. M CUSHM A N
amusing the kettle lid to unmp up ald I
down he said "There must ,... i.w-r i t InIformation cheerfully furnished. GAINESILLE. FLORIDA
that tram that It can lift suca a I I
weightt" k -- e :
There was.
M1lllhon prior to him had n th ---------
eainm phein'menon and regKArd. l It ..
an >uin.1glnn0l mVenstery. PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
recent a.-,entlfl" research ha put Its
fbtrer on the 'caune" of I)rndruff. rAll-e I-
In fli tr. nthl con eq unt hm *. 'W huskies, W ines, Beer and M ao .
sas unenrthld a tiny germ whl,-h @ati Ill Il I lU IIf h
the Illr frvm tho roont of himan hnir
Newhrn' HIrrpllde d -etri)v. thQi -- -
Irm an conr ,ently retor.i t.* EXPREIn FPREPAID. BIulk HGds-Jng, Frwe- et Pr
Adr to Its nltcittaI 5te e
IL41 by lesitng dtnlral.t P,. l m- In ru; Q Measure. 4 Qs. sQts ISQt&. Io Per UGaoo:
stnanpe for sample to The Herplclde Co.. Hunting Club Rye ... $@ a 4 100 1 U Rye. Ga. Corn. stood drade.
Dtlart. Ml b. Neleon Couant RTe. y ao 4I 7 6u t10o Woe er Geon
J. .t Bedlfrd ae. C e.. Necial Agets Monogram Ry* . 110 Re. Glna. Cearne. r(a.llLts qualty.
I - -I Sam Per ( tt' tre P1


Laxate Frit Srnp
Peesnt W ar
The new laxative. Does
not ripe or nauseate.
Curs stomach and Uver
trouble and chrool cam*
etpation by estoriag tbh
stoal action of the stom
ah. liver and bowels.
rr Wa by J. W. Ctui A C.

tAme's "" r44 .
boo ll urose
Malt Whskey
Peac IarDdy.
Apple I eurd
HoUsad Gil
u oevs Ula
North ('aro;als Cora
MouNstau Corn
jazaica Rum
Mdtlord RuI
OGrpe Bratd
Klae or Ke*t I Ronor


3 75

a n
3S 7b

5 00
1 00
6 00
4 a
6 OO
% va

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Amortuest Allowed on AU GeO* of

*Woi Rye.Ula.~ora.lrnm. Be~talfoet~ema.
a ( S1it Per Gsalon:
4 e Pebah&ad AppleBruay. Meelee-
ed byasee.
94- Per TGalos:
o .Victorts Rye. social Drops Rye. Meleual
rTa~taft Sbeer .. t ..."w
0 Extra raw 10
a I Standard INo
Malt. extra dark I.
C oburgt. impored Sa
Hate Ale. itata I w
Same Liulem %Vit Sl..... pint. I IL
Price, by te bbL ou appl icauga


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'i:. s5 Capital ....................50,000 00
SSurpha and Undivided Profts... 30,00000

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ifnOMAi -- hwr b-w To* I
macpaF r aftan R Better, tha) yom. In fact, quite well.
Pat, round t lal of1life and mischieL
S OFA Pink and white be, dotted with dim
plea. No cough, no iadigestiol,
prom Various Alon accomt of
Sections lu


Io "The Land of Flowers1."
*"Soilted Down" to Suit the adamiistered by a dothet whose love
Reader-Items of Interest to was tempered with common sense.
lsesa. She knows tilst OZOMULSION is
a fountain of e ergy for grown-ups,
of steamers from Tampa to too. It stop waste of flesh. It makes
via Key West will commence plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
ras nexl week. folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
renee in time is said to be the feast It cures Consumption when
of the collision on the Seaboard taken in time. All druggists sell it-
lymouth Saturday. So cents and St.oo the bottle. Let us
na is to have an ostrich farm send you
sort of zoologilal garden. It Fre Sa le ftHIt by Mail
e managed by J. B. Booth.
ton anxious to he big ho- Write letter or postal to
Son1 ie anxious to have a big ho-
San effort will be made to have OZOMULSION CO.
ailt there nl the near future. g Pine 1trets Now York
J. Platt of Laneaster, Suwannee --
ty, has invented a cane grinding ner contained 34 notices of parties
ine that promises to be a winner. proving up their homestead claims. All
nt City has got the spirit of en- of the notices are dated December
rise ard will vote to bond for120th. This is perhaps the largest
for et pring within a e number of homestead notices, for the
w a same date, ever published in any
county in Florida.
onday night a small blaze in the c i Foi
ondof Sraski Bma Liaze Oak. did Capt. W. W. Erwin of Miami will be
of Soraski Brama Live Oak, did e in line for a hero medal one of these
ohod eeoe s days. lie saved a flnherman from
gu drowning a few days ago and on Satur.
Miami is getting after the pistol day he stopped a horse that was run-
ten and a few days ago one of those ning at full speed into the open draw
lows was dfled $100or three months of the swing bridge in that city. He
the gang. saved the outfit from a watery grave.
The two cotton gins at Raiford have
aned over 600 bales of cotton this fall Wants Case Advanced.
ad they will make it a 1,000 before Washington, Dec. 2o.--n the lsu.
e close of operations. prenie court W. A. Wimrblsh, of Ar
The Jacksonville Pore Food and In. lanta. has moved to advance the case
Aetrial Exposition will be opened by of the Mercantile Trust an,! Deposit
President Roosevelt on a special wire company versus the city of Colnumbuis
at 8:80 p. m., January 4th. Involving the right of the city of Co-
lumbus to erect Ita own system of
The physicians of Pensaeola are not waterworks Joseph H. Packard, o(
nqoired to take out a license, owing Baltimore. represented the bond:iold
to the fact that they do so mouh char- oe. The case will probably be ha.rJ
table work in their practice. about the 1st of Fchruary.
There sre are only 80 licensed dogn
In Daytons, says the mayor, and it is Cured Paralysis.
asserted that twie that number are W. F. Bailly, P True, Texas.
een fighting on the streets every day writes: "My wife had been suffering
The trial of the Wilder brothers fr five years with paralyals io her arm,
the morderof Oscar Brannen, which when I wa peruaded to use Ballsrd's
was set for this week, hap been poet. Snow Liniment, which cured her al.
poned to some time in January, at rilht. I have also used at for old
Plant City. sores, frostbites and skin eruptions.
Oapt. Spencer C. Stone died at his It doe the work." Sold by W. M.
home In Ocala Saturday afternoon. He Johnson.
served four years in the Confederate Want Another Electlon.
Army and was a trusted scout und, r Monitgomit.ry, Ala., Dec. 20 -A pets.
Gen. Joe Wheeler. tin idgn.-,I by)' '0 citizens of ItaldwIn L
The coming municipal election in cuolt)y ahkil the governor to order an
Daytona promises to be a lively one. election to lecitlde w.ietaer llay .lln
There are four candidates in the field ett. or IDaphne shall be the county t
for mayor, all willing to stand the .eat hay Minette wae chosea sonie a
kiks that offloer generally receives. time ago and a new courtlhoa blilt. r
S ae g m but a recent decision of tje supreme t
Jacksonvile udgs are getting rtm to ive color to the claim
manimoos. A "tourist" who was beg that teeton ue t the l,
that the ;:e ttloo wa not lgal. o
ginl from door to door on the streets
of that eity a few days ago was fur. i
nalsed quarters at Raspberry Park for A Fearful Fate. M
80 days. It is a fearful fate to have to endure L
"Fretfol" Slnkfleld i the name of a the terrible torture of piles "I ean tI
Peaaaeoladarkey who got so very f ret truthfully my," writes Harry Coleoon
fhl that the gentleman who presides at of Masouville, 1a., "that for blind.
the bar of Justiee in thati ity relieved bleeding. itching and protroding piles,
him of $10 ad eots. so he would not Bicklen's Aronica alive it the best
have so moeh money to fret about. cure male." Also best for cute. burnu 1
aod injuries. 28e as all drolggsts. "
A banquet was given to Dr. J 1. ol
Poter at the iAmisole Club in Jaek- 1
Tragely Durirg Marrolae.
oarlvlle Medaly ete*aig by Dr J. D ar '.i 'I'** i r '- A tell.
er adei and is was a most royal oe* p., n. ... r, -,,.ti .,, ',. f o 1
eaatla. Dr. Porter ltanda high in the a, .ar' K n:De co. l'r 3 ml2eit e
etlmatol of the medical profesion of from IK.,a', t wh Andrew Toeag
JakLoemville. e^t a.,l ii .< liw FurtoB arn:twr Li
A reeIt iles of The Chipley Ban. than 'h, k!:'in which teok p'e at at

the~ brne cf \f r Hickman durtag a
werrtioge roro m icy, so particulOrs es
be It a roo- A'i '. pefLee &to pv
elot r"'7'ns of KXa-rP*er rO l

ad well-
a lo.
ahiri I
I* tm,
Ti wls4 I

ife Owaby is C.wres To
to surealmd, 4 SW O IN
tire nmedy. Mr. Wiuslew'
w#g yrup. for abildee
swaes the ehild. 00ftems U
811W all Palo. fror wind Owd
bag remedy.rdaiarrb

Wbeensim's Ge'wwee Its
W"Wft, %V U PW P --4
Iaftl1to tod y boat to tee
tone his rveliilltifa &S Ow,'

to see" th mm "

bg p. asI~ mad ofn

poe~ Sabmel is OW u




Twenty.Five Thousand Dollar Damage
Done by Flames.
MoN'titr i. (a. ec T. i, astrou trt, that 3oolt :,,> ,a I In
several y, r-i has o rrred :,,
St ver.il !'. I lnr merchan'- '. i :!tilr
stores ot!t,'.l and the totil a,,Ji:uagv
will rtc-,:, ,it letRt $25.0),0.
Thr e fire nr first diacoN\. i tI e
store of P H. McCarty, anil -' ..iat to
the stores ion each side.
There were tner smn'l :';. an4l
damages to adjolning bul',"n'

Coughing SpN OCaused Death.
"Harry Duokwell, aged "'f )earA,
choked to death early ye(terjay, morn-
ing at his home in the preA',rie of his
wife and child. He eontraoet. I s light
cold a few days ago and paid )l;it little
attention to it. Yesterday niw'rniia
he was seisd with a fit of ctilghing
which continued for some tiie. Hli.
wife sent for a phyleian. htit before
lie could arrive another c'oughing
spell came on and Dockwe.ll d i 'l from
suffocation.-St. Louis Ulnbe lin'in.
oral, D)romber l1t. 1901." lIallard's
Horehound syrup would hli~ *avr'd
him. 26c, 0osand $1. Soh i by \. M.

Canal for Port Arthur, Tex.
Wasnhlintton, Dec. .- s. rotaryry
Taft has accepted the offrr ,f theo idtl
egation hlich Iappearedl lfoare him
last week In'connection with t;.e (in
stnirtln with the Port Ar:!;ilr, Te x.
canal to supply the right of way and
the engineers wil at on<, begin lhe
work of Improvement, ;iaiuir it fund of
$250,00) available for that purlpoe.

The Requisite of Beauty.
The flirt requisite of beauty is
clear complexion. (rino l,xatiir
Fruit Syrop clears a sallw,. blotehe<
complexion, as it stinil'ates the live
and bowels. and the eyes beoome
bright and clear. You toweI aI to youi
frieuds to take it If yair complexion it
bad. Orino Laxatie Fruit 4yrup doe
not nauseate or gripe and it is vern
pleasant to take. Refuie sibltitutes
J. W. McCollum A Cominpalv.
Communication Severed Again.
New York,'Dec. 2v1 Th*. cable com
panles received botli., <',lay that tel
egraphic oummuniealcati tesbturg has be severed agaln.

rt Itlrta and Chldna
Thlo KIl You lno Alvii Bolil
Bears the
IU treW of

Low Rates to New Orleans and Return
Via Atlantic Coast Line
The Atllltic ('s et I.,1e a0rnilinees
hat it will sell ticate froin all poilil
iin ial lines to New Orlean*. l.a meld
return on Ieceanber ,7. 2., 29, I l6, at
he rate of one fnr.t-lasos fare. pura .'
ent foltr the round trip Final lnilt
f all tiekets will Ie January 8th. 1914,
rior to midnight of whleh passenger
iust reaeh original starting point for
further information see Ailaotle Coril
.iue sgont or write Frank C Ioyle.
on, fietriet I'asenter Agent, Jack.
nvaille. Fla

Ta1 Iklle.

In lotr",a;:-r -f 4ha'a tar No. 41116,
6-retin Mn I. A Lavscf Florida, I gitst,1w.
ow a 1ste'raao t s itimLng the oaoamoa
t ( tespellt.'-' cd by W I. )llekinuma,
,a c'cllecwr '.! %latchus centy. Fleer.
an. fer tJ1. r he Aend lol Nov N,
14.as hew C)(-omty tr.raourers ye
'apts. on fi. :.y ouc.. t iwit
3crusesu 1 .i1945 "
emeral FuL;d '4 I1
eral usd. .:so 6 417
end 7Fod, h104 "W
toed rood.. 1741
Obool POWd. 10 .461
shbei Oead Pl1s. IA & O*
iheel Feud Jutel. 36 ft
*bowl rood. nl TasL40 toU 29 T
sIhe P's&4 q; 'I Th gD. U I O611
*m. Wandet. toad. Soposcel

Toro&.' .NV` 431
A. I. -W=t

Sl Miss Tebsiu'p
*Forw 0o
I- ja Boarding w

Day Sebool

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Extra F~aU'y Ii, |l .rt..t lmnpii .s, l.iE (Genuine Rulsian Caviar; t'aicy 4~,*'n
lih \'al ints. lVirtl Niot, .\Ahuw oa Wtilives,
ai.d lecain. Full line of Jowney's Candies.
Oriental Stuffed lais; aia -y \i 'I'li Hfnest Craonbrrie you ever saw.
Oourmet Figs in baskrket. VI\'rnnt Maple dugar and 8yrop-
White Rose l're,,,rvoe in ,l-- lguAlranteed s:riotly pure.
nothing M ier put uip Imp,1rt'd Jains 'S yrnla iigs 1in balk and in one-
-all varieties. 'In t il a xI, ti .
H. & R. Plum Plddings, i'Ptied lDates in pound packages.

N. H. C. Fruit C'lPke Im oine, two, five
and ten-pound packages.
)Dandettlle & GaOudin *' .\Anehois Sanr
Artes, in glass ; Savart n (i Ces' Chanm.
pianons tie Paris, in plit a n atd in tins
Smoked Tongues., S.iimoukd Hel f and
Spiced Beef in halk ; Srmlokid lliimoii
and Hallibt.
White Rose Baby ('orn-- nothing
tlihr pot up by alnybodl y
tienuiie Imported Frenlh M\Nrtard.

Dorsey' s

Icien'l rt, Il.inl itrger, Fanoy Import-
ed S fwA r, Aftr I>,uiier and Deviled
Cl'het s, ; N it lit r
Full line o0 t'hrietitai t' aides. Yom
want semrlnl of lth *e' Cor that troe.
Ili, .-mii, ,'l, I,,'I vtka Jelly.
.lasnailttid' PI'.t i ri/,d Creanmer
Biutler-nothing tl'irr aii ihe pioduued
anyi liereo.
Pl>p Cornn-plpuell or ipiilwiopPdL
Full line of Fainy 'Frint, both fr.
eigi and domestic.




SH asTabulator
Every Machine.

.lghtest hhift! .ightest Runningl The
Champion Mpicd Writers of the World
Use the Vayl.holes, Mlore Fay-Nhole! in
use In (ialinoevlle than any other machine

For Salt by ....

THE SUN, Gainesvillle, Fla.



Reveals the New-i alnl FtatM gtvernling
studies undlrlyihfK i .ia-se of .Market
Reviews, analyze ;andl riit i:i i* s lailroIu
and Indautrial rel,'rt 4.
Has compl.t ta.tle.. of Fitrninpg of
Quott~. a'tiv. .r111I imi'ativ" Htwksm and
Record the lat jile of )nd Iiis and the
yield on In .4tiIment-t at the price.
Anwer without charge, inqiilrir~m co
ccrnfllng i V4tflllvntri.
Oew oIh delly rweilee T WALL lT17
JO lltl l. It bt ier ollli Ito. tOirMt Yai
sabily s4d ptMiy M to Mdvs abst he.
e***b t *S "wb ded omeS.

)()W, JONES & CO.,
t6&amd Skd. Se IVwB.

Int 0.0II4 S We AAUd C W WALL TOUll.
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iMarel a the Pas ostG as leass e.r V..
au soMa d-elass-i meaer.
H. . McCRZARY ....... Mlltor and Pblfiher.
WI. W.A LY... s Y......... Arse" Edite r
JSsI n HRBUIT t............ .. cr Anttor.
LOUIIS J. BRMDBY. Uen'l Traveilr.f Agent.
P. I PIR ... R.r Su.pt. nomnt in Room..
Y oW..Mai street . TI.LEPHO.N4 4
Ta DAILY SUN. puhlih)d aUI Moaday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
IaJled to any pert of the I iiit'd Staten, postage
kee,for te5year: ji..o r,A months; 1.25 three
agMths;or5o cenol, for vfe weklF-strictly in
ReadingK noice. in twotl culumn 1o cent* a line
eirMt insertion a a cents for each additional
ates for diplly advertising made known on
i' -----------------------------
The Twice --Week buo iarn eight-page, forty.
S otumn paper, published every Monday and
thursday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be
maled, postage free, to any part of the unitedd
States or Canada, for jI.ooa year-in advance.
All advertisin bills become due after first
appearance of adrvetliement, unleM olherwie
stipulated in contract. Partite not known to us
wMI be required to pay for advertising in ad.
eis. Address, TIlE DAILY SUN,
O&wAI vuI, PLa..

Senator Barton draws his salary just
the same, if he is locked op.

The tobacco growers of Kentaoky
have a strong onion that is making It
S warm for the trust.

Congressman Sparkmaa has already
Introduced four bills nl the House aId
not one of them has any reference to
railroad rates.

The shortet day of the year has ar.
rled, which don't give one mooh time

apprelate the faot.

SWe have not heard of any business
S Jrflum In Oalnoerville of late, notwithb
SMsadilg the fact that some of our
aelghbon are mueh worried.

Look out for the dapgrota toy pie*
tola that ar here for the holiday, anod
the eombositble fabric worn about
the Illumiaated Christma tree.

The feet that Senator Bonarparte is
. making as effort to stamp oat bahsle
I the Anaipolls Aoademy should raise
.bim in the etimatioa of the people.

The Christmas edition of The Fra.
eternal Record of Jaeksonville l s a
handsome publication aod of Interest
to every lodge man and woman in the
b1tat. _

Be careful and don't quarrel with
your best girl before the end of the
wek, as you want her to have the nice
Obristmas present yoo have purchased
for her. _

The railroads of the country are get-
ting sto*l freight cars. They think
there i lseM liability of Injury to the
arn while engaged is *mashing the
conteots r.

The Longworth.Rooeevelt nuptials
will probably take plaic as the White
Hoose some time in February. We
will give the exact date as boon as we
get our "bid "

Arisona would rather be left out of
the Union than be hooked up with
New Mexico, as the latter has so much
the larger population that they would
stand no show.

As soon as Seiator LaFollotte of
Wtlonsel cae break away from the
overnornhip of that State., he will put
Ia appearanee at Washliulon to accept
a chairmanship or two.

An oil painting of the late Sir Henry
Irvlagsold for t*,(ois, while one of
Kilen Terry only brought W.tXo. This
was to show. no double. that the ptr*
ohaer thumght that KYlea didn't treat
Henry right

President Jordsn eay he would lake
to we ite hundred delegates at the
Iew Orlea s meretul of the othere.
C0ea- Assoawtiea. to be held Jan
arpl 11lt to 18th The refroads will
"Vea rte* ofo-half are

Chimler blena moeasge ad frak.
tra.anIO d be .mad. of super.
Wod he --me But the* ld44e do.
d gme a as maip cn sme ta
Jubseaulie ofeasoly ight pas the
b g oe 60a01 t1B1 ela ndl er the
bhaseb of P*i .


The catalogoe of The Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago for 1906 l Jost
out. It is ao attractive book of 86
pages, containing a historian sketch,
an account of the different cooores of
study, theoretical and practical, and
attractively illustrated with phnto-
graphs ohjecrs in the neighborhood. The
president of the Institute Is Henry P.
Crowell, president of the American
Oereal Co and the deans who are eo-
ordinate in their official capacity are
Rev. R. A. Torrey of world-wide re.
vival fame, and Rev. James M. Gray,
formerly of Boston, and known
throughout the ooontry as a specialist
in Bible exposition. The Inusio de-
partment is in charge of Dr. Daniel B.
Towner, the gospel singer and com-
poser. for many years associated with
the late D.D. Moody in his evange-
listic work. There were nearly 1,600
students enrolled In the different de.
partments last year, representing all
the different walks in life, and coming
from all the different Ohristian de-
nominations, as well as from moat of
the nations of the world. These stu-
dents are trained for home and foreign
missionaries, Bible teachers, evan.
gellsti, pastor's assistants, Y. M. O. A ,
Y. W. 0. A., anB Sunday school work-
ere, colporters, ohoristers and sigling
evanf'ill1t, practically withoutI ay
eoct to them. There is an evening
department for the special aocommo*
nation of a local constituency cf clerks
and others who cannot attend during
the day, an who receive practically
the same courn of instruction as the
day students. There Is also a corre.
spondeaee department and extension
department, the latter for the purpose
of carrying on eonferoeces, Bible
olases and evangelistic campaigns all I
over the ountry.. fsse copies of the
catalogue will be opat on application
to The Moody Bible' oInatuto, Chi.
eago, by mall.


Don't advertise If you believe you are
wasting mosey. Loe your competitor
waste hie moNey oa advertising and
perhaps in tbis way you'll soon "pot
him out of boelnes." Fix his olock-
works for him! Just stuad bek aad
laugh at him whea you see him squan.
during his Money for printers' Ink.
Onee there wa boy named John--e
think his last name was Wanamaker.
or maybe it was Moneymaker. Any.
how, his name was John, with some
sort of a maker attsahed to his last
name. He owned fifty yards eslico,
three pairs jeans, a half-dose pair of
home-made yarn sooke and five pairs of
boots. He called this a dry goods
store through a Philadelphia newspa-
per and offered tosell a pair of locks
for 89 events. The don't beliere-in-ai..
vertision merehans laughed! Young
John spot 14 with The Philadelphia
Ledger to advertile Joel oae time and
had less than I100 worth of goods. He
was oaotioned by the merchants who
"know it didn't pay !" I was through
sympathy that they offered hisd ad-
vise. But Joha didn't listen to them
anY went and blew his mosey in fool-
ishly and today poor Joha sees the re.
suite of his mIedolg--he has so many
large dry goods store that he can
hardly find time to study his Sunday
school lemon.
There are many men who will say
that there war a field open for just aush
advertisliag yet there are many spot
where similar fields can be opened by
careful attention to this branch of the
management of a large or tall store.
The people all over the country are
watelag for bargalie and if you are in
the habit of giving them they will
watsh lyoe. .___

If Oalnoeville only had a new opera
house and a good family hotel Ioeted
in soIe pleaIant part of the city.

there wood be no debt st both belg
well patrnaled II they wold wee a
little priten' ink i making people
aware of the fnt.

ews This?
We ooer 0 Handed DolIe re*
ward to aI y men eo asetak s eams.
not be enred by Hall's Oasurr Core.
F. J. Ornin A Co..Tow P. 0.

we. she maq nu~ hmveneu F~rP
J ChesY Ptoe the e1OIS *ad be.
here him pefoeslhb b morow is sit
besanees WSE5 And SauulaIb
abW So nO eM ay eGl bkM medS
byis bl Am.

whekam 9"=" sm.Tob" 0
HaL&U1t'OWM' CA0b W is Wholte
eilly. a"" -* A bleed
sad weemo7"0t
0 1Ioelhm..to".
Take ~a~ak~d~t es-i


Whie. w dUd not expect our Repub-
liesa fries Ie the Senat4 woold plsee
either.of oal united States, Senatore
very near the font on the Senate com-
mittees, the ability of Meun. Mallory
and Tallaferro hag been recognized by
placing them on eme of the best com-
amtiees of that body. The Florida
members have been arisaed on the
Commerce, Mallory.
Miltary Affairs, Taliaferro.
Inter-Oeea Canals, Taliaferro.
Poetofflee and Post Roads, Taliaferro.
Pacifio Islands and Porto Rico, Mal.
District of Oo!umbi s Mallory.
Cobao Relations, Talisferro.
Pensions, Taliaterro.
Oenas, Tallaferro.
Oosat Defenses, Taliaferro.
Fisheril, Mallory,
Paeifil Railroads, Taliaferro.
Patent$, Mallory.
Revision of the Laws of the United
States, Mallory.
Poblic Health and National Quar-
antine, Mallory.

Internal revenue figures show that
10,811,000,000 cigarettes were manu.
factored la this country during the lst
year, that number of course represent.
Ing cigarettes for whiOh revendb tamps
were purchased. During the year there
were 149.181.890 pounds of tobacco
sold, and a large portion of this went
into cigarettes rolled by the eonsum*
ens. The report also shows that more
tobseco is used in the form of plug
thao In any other form.

1; 11'

UMNIwMmNrw, seu e, OO _OpsF1 m
S a the drawn on your systemproduce permanent disability. TBm
brething machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cell. To haven l
h lth i most be kept in good order. A COLD is considerndof no b~Mp
troy yit if w wIa known by it' proper name of "throat tInalamml '
Sor "Of A of the luns" its dangerous character would be a
aItod, o old makes it appearance use at once Iaelar' s
b eumbrup which will apeedly overcome It.
WMO ING COUGH and CROUP Reqire Prompt Action. SNO
NINKNrT applied to the threat and heat gives wonderful rdllt
Siin orehound yrup wll rapidly stop the violent p SmS
Mrs. M Adas&. Goldtlshwas Te. wrtses:-*-' have used
Boreb a 8yruip sad lad It the BEST mediele for group, cough
soMldY Malderuse I tnata lis plsases to ake and qutcklyot
uSAFn AnD SUE ThreeM Sir,s 25c,W SOc, $LO
ThMe Cudes- e rnvedriIe tver Ieeto nelasarsd
Balkrd Snow animnt Ca, St Louis, fa

"W. aM.:JOE.O NTSOT, dE-aZLesrvlle.

The importatqln of Japanese into
the State of Loflsians and Texas, for;
work in the rice fields, will be a great
boon to that country. These Japa-I
nose are industrious workers, and be-
sidea being experts in the culture olf f You A re Insured..
rice, know how to use the by-products,
and wrll enrsgo in Lhe manufactorienri l u Co
and will engage In tte manufacturing n a Company that is Responsible. Have a Policy Correctly
of matting, hats and various woolen Written Wih Liberality of Policy Coutract and the Company
articles. ____ Pays Losuse Promptly

From Carbo comes a report that one A
day last week an American rancher in YOuA A ssu red
that vil"nity, fearing a descent by Ya*
quiet, poisoned g demijohn of mescal That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
and then absented himself from home refuge.
over night. Returning the next day
he found twenty-thre good Indians
In and about the house.-Nogales ,1 *
.) ai, e, Life, Acident and H health lIsnian

THE PWE O TEAM, ) None but Reliable Companies Represeuted.

aa NOT s *o* t a I TTalee Genat-n toi
33 *J S.ean eR*lb V A. M. CUSHMAN,
When Jaem Watt aa tho Ptm 0 A ,e
encaing the kettle lid to Junt, up am d
dwn he said "There must I,-. ,wr lin Information cheerfully finished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
that .team that it can lift sucHR aI
Thor wias..q
MilllUon prior to him hRnd green th
*ame phln..mnnon and rtgartlil It a
an unrcpli ine4a mystery PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
Recent seintflnf research ha. put Its
erer on the can" of Prnlndruff. PFall- L
Inl ifair. nnd consequent Ilnl!n.a, and
hu unrtho l tiny rm ~whhiskies, Wines, Beer and Ml.
the lif* from the roots of human hnir
Newhro's H'rplrtld dpotr,vq thl
*rM and co!.rpquenty restore" to EXPRENN PREPAID. Balk fGood-Jap FPr e-et h .
art to Its natural estate.rt "
gld by leading drurfttst t t In Full Qt. Measure. Qta. 6Q i Otta. I.L PerGaUoM:
stampi tr sample to The Herplclde Co.. Hunting Club Rye .... 7 a 00 Rre. UIa. Core. (ood rade.
DOeilt. MAeb. I Noelso tount, Rye .. IW 4 7 W 1 00 Per Ga011
J. &. Eidl0hrd C0.o Npelal As0tis Monoram Rye I A s Co1Rye in. 3orma nI qua1ty.
UUe' HRe 44 Rye % K 0 9 Wo Rre. tln. Cort Rum. Best or the loas.
boolall rovo ... 4 I , 0 ,.to Pter Ga.lluo
DaI Wb-ier o o R" r "e Pe CbdAppseaa-. MoseN-w
Peaeb Brandy I 1 5o SSo Wt400 PeGoa:
APpIe Itrandy 3 75 (0 5 IO Victoria Rre, Soelal Drope Rye. Meo4leetl
HoUnadlan t. o 4 5 qu ality.
trnevravI o7a e -1 0 9 t LMxP ST I['IS BEE. Per Ds.
SNor" cFaraI Coren M t F Ber ...
SMouWnn Corn a. a &1) s o atraf Ps r
JamajMRum 4 ta Odar .
GMrefwd o1u r S w N Malt. etra dark Ik
P I eonTy Tb oburlr. Imported.s e
SKis of Ke' t y ourbus I T bo 0 boRaeA. le, s.,Aa...&

rU- 5 W IW
Tbh nw laxative. Doem
rt gripe or nauseate.
Cura stomach and river
troubsG and chroom am-
=patio by retrtIn the
natural aCtio Othe Stom.
abhi tvet and bowels.
Pwr ftb by J. W. Ne Rk A .t

Aolwet al Alluved on AU Geeds of Same U'nnem Stout, tpnts .. .. ....
ik~e cPric, by he bbl. on &oaelaUa.


Il&. M. Ol&l.A. Premeest
t*o. W. H rn, Vile.Psediat

H E. TATLOm Cashler
Las GOsalA. Ant. Cashier


OFr G~kI~ rrEVI LLE2.rr at


u Capital..................... $50,00000
Surplus. and Undirided rofits... 30c,00000
,, pur or*a MWV** a Malfte bellooft war y ugo Sa w I* MV bum
as esate oVMe Manaw.C"mam We. W mm
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ImItl Al hfrhI T.dY?
Better, t e* e. In fact, quite weIL
PUTS OF Pat, rFound a f dlB life and mischieL
SPink and white fas, dotted with dim-
Sple. No cough, so ladigestioL.
o Varios Al on a0ccut ot
a~tou~' bL U4rt


rhing '-The Land of Flowers."

imnp "Soiled Down"
wV Redme- Items of
lieoof steamers from
ias via Key West will
atione next week.

to Suit the
Interest to

Tampa to

ferenee in time is said to be the
oof te collision on the Seaboard
r Plymouth Saturday.
aytona s to have an ostrich farm
da sort of soologieal garden. It
I be managed by J. B. Booth.
I Daytona is anxious to have a big ho.
..I and an effort will be made to have
e built there in the ne4r future.
J. J. Platt of Laneaster, Suwannee
usy, has invented a cane grinding
hine that promises to be a winner.
Plant City has got the spirit of en.
rprise and will vote to bond for
000 for street paving within a few
Monday night a small blase in the
ore of Suraki Bras Live Oak, did
$300 worth of damage before it was ex-
Miami is getting after the pistol
toters and a few days ago one of those
fellows was find $100 or three months
la the gang.
The two cotton gRis at Raiford have
ginned over 600 bales of cotton this fall
and they will make it a 1,000 before
the lose of operations.
The Jacksoaville Pore Food and In-
doetrial Exposition will be opened by
Preldent Roosevelt on a special wire
at 8:80 p. m., January 4th.
The physielaos of Pensacola are not
required to take out a license, owing
to the fact that they do so muoh char.
Table work in their practice.
There te are only 80 licensed dofs
In Daytona, says the meyor, and it is
asserted that swies that number are
een fighting on the streets every day
The trial of the Wilder brother for
the murder of Osear Brannen, which
was set for this week, has been poet.
poned to some time in January, at
Plant City.
Capt. Spencer C. Stone died at his
home in Ocala Saturday afternoon. He
served four years in the Confederate
Army and was a trusted scout undt r
Gen. Joe Wheeler
The coming municipal election in
Daytona promises to be a lively one.
There are four candidate in the field
for mayor, all willing to stand the
kicks that o cer generally receives.
Jacksonville judges are getting mag-
nanimous. A "toorist" who was beg
giag from door to door on the streets
of that eity a few days ago was fur-
niahed quarter at Raspberry Park for
"Fretful" Slnkfleld Is the name of a
Poeaseola darkey who got so very fret-
fil that the gentleman who presides at
the bar of justice in that itly relieved
him of $10 sad oots, so he would not
have so much money to fret about.
A banquet was given to Dr. J VY.
Porer at the Semisole Club in Jeak-
evtlile Noeday evening by Dr J. Df
Fmaedes and t was a most royal oe-
easie. Dr. Porter stands high lo the
estImattal of the medical profession of
A reset leaoe of The Chipley Ban.
I- ^ -

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admiaastertd by aothet whose love
was tempered *it common sense.
She knows t I OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feaut It cures Consumption when
taken in time. AU druggists sell it-
go cents and o$1.0 the bottle. Let us
send you
Free Sample MflI by Mail
Write letter or postal to
9O Pine Street, Now York,

ner contained 84 notices of parties
proving up their homestead claims. All
of the notices are dated )eoemnber
20th This is perhaps the laran t
number of homestead notices, for the
same date, ever published in any
county in Florida.
Capt. W. W. Erwin of Miami will be
in line for a hero medal one of these
days. He saved a fisherman front
drowning a few days ago and on Satur.
day he stopped a hore that was run-
ning at full speed into the open draw
of the owing bridge in that city. He
saved the outfit from a watery rare.
Wants Case Advanced.
Washington, Dec. 2t,.-ln the su.
preme court W. A. Wlniblhb, of At
lanta, has moved to advance the cape
of the Mercantile Trust and Deposlt
company versus the city of Columbus.
involving tie right of the city of Co-
lumbus to erect its own system of
waterworks. Joseph H. Packardl, of
Baltimore, represented the bondhold
er. The case will probably be hear
about the lst of February.

Cured Paralysis.
W. F. Bally, P. O. True, Texas,
writes: "My wife had been suffering
five years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to ase Ballard's
Snow Liniment, which cared her al.
right. I have also used it for old
sores, frostbites and skin eruptions.
It doe the work." Sold by W. M.
Want Another Election.
Moniingoiry, Ala., Dec. 20.-A peU.
tlin oigned by 50V citizens of Baldwin
county asks the governor to order an
e:vctlun to d<-clde whether 1ay lMInl
etat or Iaphne shail be the county
.-at Itay Minette waS chosen rome
time ago and a new courtbkse bllt,
bur a recent decision of t.e supreme
court oemrn to give color to the claims
that tLe e.ectlocn wa not legal.

A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of pile "I ean
truthfully say," writes Harry Coleso
of Matouville, la., "that for blind,
bleeding. itching a d protruding piles
Bueklen's Arnica alive to the best
care mpale." Also best for cote, boras
and injuries. 26e at all druggists.

T'agely Dur;rg Marri*qe.
Mer:,'. in 't*** l).c A tole.
ph, n ,r '* rf- ,.tvl .;.r te,:', of
a tra. !V in K, n;p*r our' I mille
from ID.Ka la whice Andrew Tousag
abot and k '*d W;: Fultna 7Irt:er
than 'hE, k'tnnl whlch teok pace at
the hbnmi ,f Mr itekman darTle a
Darrlna(e. -r m ,ey. ba partletlrs esa
be learned A1 'se parties are proa.
itnct r:c.trns -f Kcmper rouat

If B, Saby is Cwlcst Teef*
Be sure aad oes thlu old a d wel-
trted remedy. Mrr. Wia.low', Ioetk-
mag Syrop, for hildrea teettilag. I1
eoothee the erhIl. *eftwa the gam,.
ally all paut. emee wuad *o4t anad 1o
the remedy I d4 lartf eei. Twr .

Wise**Ao'*a Oe***we r reeliga
MaYrdls. WI. Dme -Oiverggq
ItAialteet todayr *t to ts Itega&.
tm hist resigaatl asa ov.rnr
take eaec the et M4ay is Jaem

Vedwesed ed wad es Is Am d mm.

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pqm eahm is od * m" db
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The Requisite of Beauty.
The first requisite of beauty is a
clear complexioa. Orino Lazative
Fruit Syrup clear a sallow. blotched
complexion, as it atimnlates the liver
and bowel,. ad th, ,,yes become
bright and clear. You ow. it to your
friends to take it If y"nr complexion is
bad. Orino Lazative Fruit Syrup does
not nauseate or gripe and it is very
pleasant to take. Refuse sIbstitut*e.
J. W. McCollum & Co(mipanv.
Communication Severed Again.
New York.Dec. 21, The. cable conm
panles received noti', lay that tel.
begraphe c mmunlcatilon' with St. Pe
tersburg bha ban severed again.

7at Ijaha and Chldrn.
ThI KWI Yo eINv Alwosl WBqh
Bern th
Diatsof44 Z

Low Rates to New Orleans and Return
Via Atlantic Coast Line
The Atlahtle ('.ast 1.1* asauncr
that it will sell tieetes from all o t011111
on its lines to New Orlean., l.a and
return on liecemtbr 27. 2h, 29, ldA. at
the rate of one firt-class fare, pui .l'
cents for the round trip. Final liuit
of all tiekete will Ie Jasuary 6th. 1, IN
prior to midnight of which pansenger
must reach original starting polnt For
further information se, Atlantic (Coast
Line ageots or write Frank C Hoyls.
ton. lhitrlet l'arenger Agent. Jack.
sonirlle, FIt
Tat Retire.
In puiraiio-e **f Chapte.r No, 411A,
S.ectitn :mt la oll f Florida. I give le.r
klw a state-ii ut blowingg the aniount
of taxes rile.'. l by W I I)lckinsin,
tas eollecto'r 'f sehus em Ida. for thr. ; ,. eAnding NNv. >).
l(6, asehown t.) *~naunty treuaur-r'r re.
eclrts on fnle i :syr oa e. t.owi
tkI r, t.L I N-to

Lieeuaws. ,lwi) os
(iourralFusA .',4
O(btwoul uVW :;06
Road Fund. I04
kaed ]7osd -IlAs
Rebool 7d )so'4
Pehoel Feed. I f
eheol Y8ad Ia is. IV
Behfal Fersd I'NS 1K
bebeinl Food, ; i' Tat 1 .* 'V,
ow read '.d1 '1'i Tax1.Di., I
(Nme Wardet Ptod, Speesl
Ramd Tax

Tot a


lb (5?
29 73
IOU 61

SaM? 43

Oiss Tebaru's

Boardalg a

Day Sebool

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1VaBfU1 21l,1905



Twenty.Five Thousand Dollar Damage
Done by Flames.
M3o'i:trhc, Ga.. Dec.2G.-Ta, i;:e astrou ftir, that Moult .:.- ,Lal in
several vy 'rr has oarre'd : .,
Scv v r.il: i lin merchan- ':.:I '!i lr
stores ,uii,'1l and the tot.il ,!,oiuag
will rean:1 at least S5,00.
The flre w;:s first disco\: In the
store of P H. McCarty. ani d :,. ad to
the store ;on each side.
There were otner sma'l '','s anl
damages to adjoining builtl"ni

Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell, aged .'!, )ar3 .
choked to death early yeIter,i:ay morn.
ion at his home in the pre,,n.:,c of his
wife and child. He contract',e a it liaht
cold a few days ao and pail hoti little
attention to it. Yestseday miorningi
he was sis-d with a tit ,f omighilng
which continued for some tii.n. Ili*
wife sent for a physician, h it before
hie could arrive another ,oughinR
spell came on and Douckwrll ili i from
suffocation.-St. [Louise lho De.mno.
oraS, December lt. 1901." lallard's
Horehound Syrup would ) lt a *r ds
him 25 50 and $1. Soldl y \V. I.
Canal for Port Arthur, Tex.
Washiin tn. Dec. .') S cr'tary
Taft ha. uarcepted the offer ,f thie itl-
egntlon whleh appeare'ld l.foire iIm
last week In' connection wt h t.,' en
stnirtion with the Port Artion, TIex.
canal to supply the richt of way and
the engineers wil at onc t,,gin th.
work of Improvement. .A.iviie t fund of
$250.00) available for that Ipurlise


Phone 15.

Extra Fau:ay Imrl,p rt,' l i insic, E'nig genuinee Rut ian Caviar; F'ancy t. it n
lish W alIumis, V .rh .l NJ t, \ImkI I lts t |ives.
nid Pecans. Full line of Lowney' Candies.
Oriental Stuffeld Pati s; [ai',yy \( Teli finest Oranberries you ever saw
Gourniet Figs in bhaket-. Vermont Maple cougar and Syrnp-
White loe l're.rve, i a- gt KarAite-ed a:riotly pure.
nothing tiner pltl up I mported Jumn l yrn' Figs In bolk and In one-

-all varieties.
H. A R. l,11m PsIddings.
N. H. C. Fruit Caeke' in ii i, two, tive
at~ tal a- p~o id pac kingo-'
INaidroollt, &04t(1111-4, A.lwhmiAS ~all"
Artes. ilk glaso ; SATran11 'k i's' (Chain-
pigumans de l'miris, inl jlm!e aand in tinus
S4mokuel Tonguos, Bee. kf a lt.'f sutl
Spiced IBee f Iil ho 1 ssk Sn iAd %'a misas
minld ffliliblit.
White Rose' ( Bby 'a
tnier put up hy byanytily
teiumiritme rptortedl lFroe ii. M sasian


'taiiil hait's.
l'itled latest in pound packages.
l;r'ti allt rt, I 1.n11 irger, Flan y Import.
td swmis, A.fitr ,I' r tand Deviled
('hi s, ; N t it r
Flu ll liii, f ti hr i niaisi t'as ,dies. You
want somntl t li...' (,ir that triOe,
Ilfont .nllt,d,' i iIlnVtn .1 lly.
Maintlivid itPap itar ri'td ('remery
Hutter-nothiglK liner 'a-n be prodiUoe4
anrty here.
Pop Corn-popld r tnopii ped
Full liin of Fancy Fruits. both for-
Oeit and a domeuti.'



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l.ightpet shlft, ightest Running! The
(Champion spid l Writere of the W'o rld
Use the h ay-.tholes s rM m Fay-gholve in
use in ( lalnevllie than any other macshlep

For Sale by....

THE SUN, Gainesville, Pta.



R,&eveaI the Nerw-i awttl Fat,4 wtwverfiflg
Studies indeorlyihg c i&<pie' I( iMatrket
M ovemen t&
Revlewo, anaulyz.- tnt! cuit j:l'4M Ilailroad
and Industrial rolowrt 4.
laxe mmlle-t' tt, t.0.'. -r4 # ifrnings of
Quoteuu- t1t-v 1 .tlI 1t iiiv#9 Htockm and
Rmvml- the1( la-t -ale of 1Ur~nds anti the
i&l#d ion Imemnitljent4 at the price.
Answers, wit h'mt charge, inqixirite com.
mrmirig 1n%'tvltm#-ntm-
O, e*b W11airewlft TUC WALL %7l2M
J41 Rl IM ,tIb0410r .*swI do f INMet 801"
60*l sad prevail sad t. aww e skest I meI
mwet theaowe ee dedo "et.

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Citation served on Governer and At.
torney Oeneral in Rawlia' Cases.
Atlanta, Dec. 20.-AIttoey John R.
Cooper, of Maeon, who represented J.
S. Rawllngs, and Wia sons in their
trial at Valdoata for the murder of the
Cater children, and is still retained as
their attorney: hbe served oa Governor
Terrell and Attorney Geeral John C.
,Hart citation based on the writ of error
granted to the supreme court of the
United .tates.
The bject of this service was to
prevent the execution of Rawlings and
Ibis two sons on Jan. 6 In accordance
rrith their present sentence, and to put
the state formally on notice of the ap-
eal to the United States supreme
Sort. Governor Terrell acknowl-
S *ded service of the citation and will
order the executions stopped until the
United Btates supreme court has for-
mally passed on tae case.
SMr. Cooper's appeal Is based on the
claim that hid clients were denied due
proc('es of law which is guaranteed
under the fourteenth amendment to
the federal constitution, In that doc-
tors, lawyers and other classes were
excluded both from the grand jury
and the petit juries which dealt wit.
the cases.
There Is a growing sentiment in fai
vor of life Imprisonment rather than
hanging for the two boys, Milton and
Jesse, but it is thought there will be
no doubt about the old man paying
the penalty on the allows.

'. One K led and Three Injured.
Kansas City. Dec. 20.-A special to
the Star from Reading, Kan., says that
a anta re train, No. 17, was wrecked
at Badger Creek bridge about 5 miles
west of Reading, at 3 o'clock this morn.
Ing. The tender left the track, de
railing all the baggage and express
cars and the ant two coabes. One eL
press ear tuned over and Oautht ire,
Ih which one of the meseegers wae
S hI0ed. His remains were recovered.
e engineer and two other mesean
gers were seriously Injurd, the latter
fatally. No passengers were injured

Their RtUjg*m Is a Way a eeleo
of Water Worship.
Eagle feathers are much used In the'
ceremonials of the Pueblo Indians, and
In order to make sure of a supply the
Zuni keep the birds In cages, plucking
a few feathers whenever they happen
to want them. On the other band, the
Mokl have eagle' nests located at va-
rious spots within thirty or forty miles
of their towns, which are considered
the property of different clans naong
them. The eagle lays Its egg, In the
same nest year after year, and the
clnas Inherit rights to certain nests
from generation to generation.
The eagles are not killed, but the
new fledged young ones are taken,
from the nest-that Is to say, all but
one or two, which must be left. To
remind the eagle god to encourage the
laying of more eggs by the birds an
egg carved out of wood Is placed
wbhe the divinity will be sure t ee
, It; also, after being plucked, the ea-
glets are carefully buried in a certain
cleft In the rocks, which Is the eagle
cemetery. HIere the eagles have been
interred for centuries, and the place ia
very sacred. '
The Pueblo Indians have a tradition
of the flood, and they say that the tur.
key is marked in commemoration of
that event, its tall being black at the
end where it was dragged through the
Smud after the water had subsided.
The duck is another sacred bird, be-
ing nmsoeated with water. From the
Pueblo point of view, anything that is
related to the all preclous water In any
way sl an object of worship. Their re
Ulglon s made up to a great extent of
aquatic divinities and might be called
a species of water worship.

Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"8ome week ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my.
self contrated severe olds which
speedily developed Into the wont kind
of Ia grippe with all it miserable symp.
tome." says Mr J Egleston of
Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and
joints aching, muscles sore, head
strapped op,eyes and now running, with
alternate pella of chills and fever. We
tbgan using Chamberlain's Cough
tnuemeld. aidin the same with a dose

Sof OCbamberlain's Stomaeh and Liver
Big Burm for Relief of Jews. Tablets, and by its liberal use soon
New York, Dec. 20.-The contribu- completely knocked out the grp."
tions to the fund for te relief of the These tablets promote a healthy action
I ebrew sufferers in Kisuala yesterday
of the bowels, liver and kidneys which
were $4.348, bringing the grand total
to $1,170,8 The largest contribu- always benefielal when the system is
tion yesterday was $2,322 from the Or.congested by a sold or attack of the
t hodox Jews of St. Paul. Minn. T.e gr. For sale by all druggists.
S benefit lgven by Samuel 8. and Lee' A- mpulive Dehes.
. hbbert, for the Jewish sufferers la In Ii i AuII .Marie d'trleans. the
Russia yesterday at the Casino netted daughliter of I'hlli of Frauee aQnl IIl.i
*bout $2.500. which will be turned over rihtta of Eitgland wits married to Vie.
to Jacob Schlff. tor Amadeus I., uanl tlhu brought
Snout an a;llauhe between the houtles
Teachers To Get Money. of Mtuart atd Havoy. The duliuces
Atlanta, Dec 20-'hecks for the De was 1 litpiulali've creature aud not rcl
comber payment of school teachers ag-. dtlii WItE tlh oe sluIt of strprise inlati
,di liltv. After tlhe lul|rrlJK lit 1'Hrls
gregatlag nearly $312,000. have been After t arria lParis
made out by Rtate Treas.rerr Park, k iy dity she trnv cll to 1.4 ie'hi hs.
and handeto ate School ommis- for the first tilypA-n her life sh
and band to t hol (ow her huIbmlaMud. The sequel is a uuu-
sioner W H% Merritt, who proceeded i:1
to send tnem to the county school cnm. 'lie. (t:dlcht bad arrived only a few
mlisloners and others ntittlid to re- hIUlI prevlously and was just dulth-
oelve then on wehalf of Itl tciriters i Ikl her breakfast as the duke enterrl
S-- -t-- the vllitiR. I(n btearug the approact-h
McCall Not Sufferina with Pneumonia. Il teoIit of fifes and timbrels and the

New York. Dec. 30 --At tiw home f ,.i c.ollluy imlmuced by cheers. voules
John A .Mc(ll, president of the New auid a general hublub of excitement.
York fe Inuance company. yestr..ll quickly rw from the table and
klay. a mnabr of the fmly suidistrh ,oil.,ed o(ut of the window to a'semrtalu
day. a mremer of the family said that, tl.' auiM of all thin stir and comm o
Mr. McCall was not auffcrlng with tlon,. o tlin sihe saw the pageant. at the
Ieumonla, au had beenI reported, and hiad, of whlih nuure-ldl a fair young
that, zexcelit for a llighl coldl, Mr. Mc- li;n, of dlltiiigllu ilhd andl martial bear-
Call was In the I'lat of health Iti. who .he was tokl was VicItor Ama-
---- sl. Wilthoutt a momiit's htsitatin.
Lawyer Sentenced to the Pen. ;.tll inl to the winds all the tedlion
New York. lhc .0 .--I.nJamln r. 'trtrul'tiouI, of etiquette with which lat
(tbadey.y. pronmlnent tlrowokln law-. t,'1ll helt l1 l weln surfeited, sbhe ew
yer and orato., wais sntncned i one' iw the- tre Into the street ai
year's mprisament y .ster.i or at. fl w herselIf nto the duke's arta.-
yearr' Imprllmznrn. )'Jterain) fv at-
Roullatwloe of av'oy."
tetmlptd grand larcnty lie as ar-
rested etr~ntly In NIlw M.ti.. after Torture of a Preacher.
the ltrooklhn i>llcc. had hetlver d him
the e r klnu lac h- ad hreer l The toory of the torture of Rev. 0.
to be daad fsor nearly thr. sr aptt e h
I \tours, pseter of the Iapties behreh
Pre Destroys Much Propety. of IlarpPesille N Y will Interst
Irollton. I). Lh. Tri stt put.lle itirary and ith armory tbeause uf a persistenat cough, rrsllt-
of the seventh rermenet lhito National I a fint n the grip. I had to sleop
Quards wre c.otplet.l) ,le. tryed by tung up I bhed I tried many I;-
ere early tbls moranlo Th re orti. edies without relief until I took Dr.
Iaat l by an explotlo nof aatural gas Klsal' New lheovery for Comsomp-
1*a Ist estimated at $60.00 taoo, Ooulghs and (Ci ds. whish enatrel
Sa eur4d my eough and saed me fro
Cattle Affected VA*t -t"Ie NeIA, soma ption." A grand sore for die.
Lna Fpratnc.i. l c 30 -4~ t the oat eased eonditios of throat and leaa.
tie hav* omest removed tram Aagel It At all druggase; prie* 0os and t 101.
ladj by order of (k anwl ~ftaeton. te. guaranteed. Trial boltlee fIr*

UMlaldt the Iepariment of ultlforal
bease of oWty pr cat of the al-
ase were found to be al&c4ed wIlt

In Mad Chasse.
Millit r*ee to mad Ohae aster
ealth flee e e e a*tr7 of feddeusa
t.* asnoer, wbhe. if they e"144 ontly
et saed bed ad k0 p their boase!*
meglare with Ir Kl't sw Lire P il
uaeir tmbls wea all p away
PVOpe g relte ad qJ o ** for liter
mA o h wn* IeStlldrug
emm- I aea st

City Dtrecorv Por tes.
We have a number of eu"os of
Iurts' aity INwetor for msai as Tbh
Sen osale. It to a handy rlefore
tuok forr bealsi uad peeroelt-a
men. giving the same of reaide
w th esto and I mber. PrIte.

8e0668 PNw Cam
I'br SeabeydI Airl Us pefleb uf-
fre parktr mas belies Wadto an
ramps a s umsa Ierv Waild thes
coaets withtthe m b tassc Ma hf
Gen rat.

AINfuL 1101DS
Lfe often seems too long to the woman who suf-
fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-
down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness,
dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are
dreadful. To make life worth living, take

Woman's Relief

It quickly relieves Inflammation, purifies and en-
riches the blood, strengthens the constitution and
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
weak women suffer.
It Is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
At all druggists' In $LOO. bottles.
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win= US A IN
-v* an fray, to Ids am&
68r", tsf as all %ua 7w m and
-tnMlbi. We vll unmawmadyo

B co., cbm. c wT o&

"I -ml = am unyootl,~
wh MrmL L Cqro d Bib-
vIkw N. c, "at my meat pubis,
dw gav uw wm "N a ni ad w
I m Isstbr haftLOn I VL be
for a oft"&"

Take The Atlantic Coast Line
via via i vi a
DpMet M Dp out An P. Ao. AWesot ,r
II or api or anl l Me vi ctadU r'pdSre Sad
i lljeapdtrn sitiaondUsul r uase ev womie r

Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service

Depart For
8:10 pm

Time Table in *feet April 14, 1906.

High Sprinp and Inter-
mediate Points

Arrive Proa

8:80 am

12:15 pm Oeala, Leburg and Tampa, and 8:40 pm
Daily Intermediae Points Daily
1:00pm Palask, Jacksonville. 1:5 pm
Daily North, East and West Daily

12 06 pm

High Springs. Waycros, Savannah, Brunswiek, 8:1 pm
Albany. Atlaata all Iainte North, East West Daily



Rochelle, Macauup

High Sprin

)y ad Citra 9:uiam

ngs Dall
ex. Sandas

aIten hangeable Mileage Tieketa, good over 18000 mie of amona the print.
eipal railway In the Bothern Stat., are on sale by the praeipal aren.
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tamp to New York, via Atlantie Ooa
Line'; also via Atlantic Oaut Line and Southern Railway,
For complete information, ea" 0.
J. A. GOODWIN, Tcket Age*t, OalreivUe.
FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Dis. Pas. AgI., W. D. STARK Tray. Pas. Agl
1i W. Bay st., Astor Baildlnl, Jaekstnvill, Fa.
H M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W.J OCAIO, Oe. Pas. Ap.,
Wilmington. I. 0. Wlmtlatoam, N. 0.
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Decorator and
Paper Hanger.
204 East Main St., 8., Gainesville, Fla.

All kind o outside and aside work
promptly and neatly executed.

N1C a Specialty.



Paradise for Hunting and Flahing

This hotel is under new management and
opened October Iet. 1i9O. for the writer. Best
accommolstiooS. Fne hunting. l noludtIn deer.
turkey and aslU ame. ExoeUent Ra is .mad
boats for oeaoomodatlon of duet, Guades
for bunting and blhing parties.
For rates and accommodations addr
GULlrr HaMoca. LaY o 00. FLA.


Cleanliness l iCooking a Feature.

Everything in season Cooked to Order.
COFFEE the Best.

S West Main Street. 8.
LI- --^f

Sawed and split, all length and Iie.
guaranteed matisfactron with *TerOf a
der. When you are in want of 8TOVB
WOOD please give me a call. Every
facility for sawing, splitting and de-
livering wood promptly.
Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Unli
versity and Masonic trees, Gainea-
ville, Florida.

Keep Your Head Clear

And Your htomntch free from lodlgee-
toon if )ou w(oul be hat,,v with your
faitlly and your felow-mai.
The urest tbti on eartb to get a man's syj-
tew 'out of w ack is beaTy. sort bread.
which Is caused byr everalreasons: nrt. te
material mar not be rood. Second. the cook-
Ing may be poor. The bent flour In the worN
w. make the bheale't bread If imtoproi1
niled or cooked. WE USE THB RET
FLOUR and our 'loa msult" t knowine how to
mix &ad bake It. Our bread does not OMa
mm* thm*- .- - .

-I- MOM 0uu1ose-ao.. BLia IDnU mAIm Lt&Mou
It Is so mueb more tlatable.
or014r of s om of the Det. How to clo. Old ooek PFlm~ .
tDult is to a large extent a product of To restore old book Ilates that have KEYSTONE BAKERY,
bunmnu activity. In houses and work- been InjurIl by age and damp proceed JIP ki. T.e Ikbal prp.
iloul.s on the hlhways and In the as follows: Place upon a fat aurface -__ __ __
strnet--e-verywhere tbere Is wear aud a sheet of white paper somewhat lar-
tear of thing'. ami the product is al- get than the print to be cleaned. Care- The Florida
ways duet. The wearing and cleanslin fully dampen the print on both slies
of our ckIotlug ar rontlanually break with a sof wet spon and then at- Fruit and Truck Grower
Lng up Itsf tilwre nto minute partkle4, rate It with ia mixture of chloride of and
and the' fritiouu of clothing on the skinl ime ad ozalki acd dissolved In about L J. J BRI'BA Editor rad Prepr,
cartes away the males of the epkler- equal proportions n a pint of cod OCALI, FLA,
mlln which are countantly being sbed water. You rea tell when the mllxt re..
and rn'cewed. rtght by Its turning magenta color. nl er. ..... ..
Erery contact of human fret baor' Contnue to apply It until every tain .........
hoofs and the wtbels of vehicles with or spot has disappeared and tbhe with A handsomely illu gtted magauin
partly and road aiaterial wears away a cle n ebpom wash the print frely devoted especially to the intog et
partltcee of iruu aon stone. Te effects with rold water. the fruit and vreltable grower of
of the weather and the altermatlot of Florida.
cokl and beat dtisrteao all exposed A aMs f lak. A special trial subseriptlm of six
surface To these partletes which Canon Niboll uwed to tell bow on one months will be was on receipt of a
form tbh dust Invr, ably present I t easioSe e bead virted the famous Mats. tamps taken
dwelling' and In the tiets, there muot oome of the Tbralk t tat Mbrb of .
be aMkled the innanmerabt alaoute el Lnadon where Dr. Johnsoo was at .
of vegetable origin incessaytly oating bone. "Jobh.o." sai4 the can la t
nt tbh air. and on a coruplete view the recallln tbh visit. had ocwpted two WW Ii Wl
dut produced by the ditontegration of rooms, sad theo were n it as he ltet
meterss by contact wilt oat atmuos- udl tUm. Tb.t sghbt was ettraor-
pbere must al be meattIed. dlnary oMn. tfor Lk was splashd all l
D ct accordingly cutsbf et portion, over the Boor and r e on the walvnt. -
of all subwtanco. oerga e and hklrkw .- It wau Uoe of the d.lOr'd abtts to dip *4L .e to
lI. w"L- "cy by atnall prucesee bi prea tIa and th as e "o t-
and are retired to powlr by any .B.. Irnlaham, a shalll, i% ilpe *
means whateir. Fw of a C o Ic tt e- To sae ld e s0ee.0
ets aa be nreegals b the asked Fathetbr- frs my see brvatki of bitm Ka"vIu lhatblil, ( aM
I m -alm c dtert Ihnt i Lgt I ea I e to m th eacs LWLaG.b i t al m
ats In2 M14mL hlee theso *at pyun mas of ywou was rather
of the greatet "hpe lam w a. Diiottr-Of t It w as eh end WMe t i thrergh ao
y oe evnbat os eIatk m t ht --
oeiee OU aH e~We O lime e im raieag trough sleep
-I Mad kidW y otairs and t eave us ah--i ,f Met** M l to Coteago
ph.. Led k I.Only li ee.pe-p aillngier thraughaep
-11^1 ktf- It^u h~ -rn (rft Lbiv I*** tifte
write$ Mrs Rftd O r e It- N- frf Fire da to Si. Lomt is Udin
as. Wash., a. d the -w o- O M aAm e An afttogacy edlie. Fad 4 fig e
I i d*as se s m isi th Sa o0
elp Oe. I tued Fricy IdMAy Oe For peal m bratele. krn. meM h Trhelk tourits ig o@
d 4te v o eat d ee u le iNlf n ud lmrlas r ietoe su tbee is mlhtag e a
aed I am now **@d. I m m m" oa o ad Oas. Cabe taa p t i Bal p ee all
rg l 17 rISrT1 -* OCge." Isl Bar. or m
meh hr Fohey's 0P ioa I sno t
mae thei diesemedM h s eld al It soh the womud and not ea ll, aftm s eawll or w e
ey WUI lsat. ,- pa l-- -ves- 0 r Fele W pale. *t GEO. E. HERRING
ab* Wed.. DaleWsth @ sha e 1m% the tp ftobWeel tin saheet .
hkeblth isapmia 5 w . rI ia t hm- I A 06 .4 0 ab &Aw m Ja buis, IV.


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lSwifteus of Aetlo o Th Gnleat H ow the Seee of a T rrlble Battle
Nf ,aval Battle. Origlmally Got It@ Namer. DR.
e world will see other sea fights, Strentclhug for miles uaong i.the t-
never oue like this, so close. so e: border of the city. ic htl ,-,:. ai
and with so much in It of the pleasing to view is Mlistio;:; r:e.
anal elemeuat. And what may twl. Ijw well that name li k:v.i, fr,:u
l the pa-e of the battle, the swift- t.!' h'bet;ck.s of .M ine to t., ...
1 with \vhich lucidCeut o:llws' ci-n. o'f FloIrida, and yet Ihow dite'e; :,t f Of~ee
it, is niust without a parallel in its ln*' aire t.e assa.i(t-a -u1. ,.\ '----
history',)f war. The tirst gun was it wlIt'It it is prnIutmnt'ed: In I.-It qry J A.
- - - .. I. 1- 1 1,... ... .. .1 *

rnqUil jMauzine.

Never use a fork when taking a piece
*f bread.
Avoid using a spoon for anything
that is not liquid.
Pastry should be eaten with a fork;
also lee cream where the proper forks

the laut time on Aug. 11, I'18.
Inl the old minilon cemetery east of
the ridge, overgrown with weeds and
forgotten iy almost everybody. In a
little mouumeut on which are the fol.
lowlug words:
S"Here lie the' remains of Mamuel
i %'oree*te#r. .. ,.., pastor of the Tatwbr
nacle church, Saleu, Mass., first secre-
tary of the Americun board of conimis.

ar served. sloners for foreign minlons. Born
It is permissible to eat celery, corn, 1770; died June 7, 1 t21."-('hbttanooga
asparaglr, water cress and undressed Times.
salad with the fingers.
Olives should be lifted from the dislr The V l.ar's Litle Joke.
with the olive fork or spoon. but should A Frenchman who lived many years
be eaten from the fngers. in I''I tells how the Moroceanx enjoy
Lemon as often served with fla and a Joke at the expense of Euroleans.
pancakes. The lemon should be taken An ultimatum had on one occalson
In the fngers and squeezed upon the I 'twi sent to the governor demanding a
vlands. letter of apology. No letter camn,. and
If cut sugar Is served and there ae tb Fl're'nch charge d'afTaires went to
no sugar tongs In the bowl, lift the the vll#ir,t li-'Feddln.(;rnlt. to an-
pleces out as delicately as possible niullmt e his delarture. "'o not go."
with the tips of the lngers.-New York cried the vizier. "You are our friend.
Pre. '1ti letter only ntiu thie multau' se'al
It l :l I e r.leay tomorrow." It was
Compelsiteo Peee Wuaste. uIot re',aly ,oi ttHm rext day or the next.
The want of a comnolte pronoun to Iand on the third day the chnargp d'af-
express both "he" and "se." and, what fairr. after re'fulsng all refrevlmrnt,
Is sometimes more Important, to ex- declared that he was leaving Fes Im-
prss etther be nor she. must have mellately. wtwreulmon KlF'edl-lln-.(ar-
- h a.... nr ..t ,n .. .1 .. nit drew the letter from him leatlern

emorramu ry(Je t oue ln o
another. Ther are uzgrawmnatlc-lt. w l."t. .1?has meat a readly for dye
ways of uevtug the dZciblty. mncb a da.a.'h.' -h v lsi. '"YoU e".%tb.r. was no
for instance. by tranlautlug the fe- u'll for a tiger."
Yalaeit rntch "on" as "thy." When
we rlly mean onw person Who WaDy The Eure *~ Ni,,s.
be either asculj e fe or miLnin.Th Iti *Tbo.' silk.ll last" the sutbeir. ''.
Lck of a portmanteau word to exprem C. WIC utt U'eolUD, explains wbt that
bah maw without spmctfynq hiha Iicn t d Iitiesa.l 'o*UI~iation of NiL'
i uQ, however, trearbhh Ose mJd vaus. or lwlktla, is to the faItbhsl
4ft appece her msrss with the Sutritne'
imervo remark. "Pbeaw'm, a Ma AIMd IL. tI.umn. uhat Is it t
of mI- e bas calld-and may I ask It tua 'eitilie' ij iir rtsi'iiul Il riie'IaU.
to awr--aladon chmronile. Iwac vIi.l *'Me 't)esY hilitst. In
__________At_____ t to 1 IDo b elUtI Ufr.U l
A Pe~at uIsP-.=I-eal.. .the mutop.'ct. xunIt f-r the ri-ut., firam
7w a century peak probably 1010M. ,ile 1ifr 'I iiraelia". 1 do tui l
ta rob 9 th9 bm t" UMi MW, sd pu- nntur to h hute 'iane ugwno sythilg
se as boro. -r w as, in the fr that ,tis "w her the b telivr
sae 060sut)am an sepsIsted by lexPrts to firml sare selwtr okplast
incus." Two eamgp@m win Win. all errors, ditxita ard u fears and a real
trele the rlu: Ing plair, .wht his spirit mtay aware-
~J~.J ad Thsmaahave" 'l" '1'401.'Y th udllistured g14-04100 of
As go m r i modthe 0 tru th "

wet the P a d aimid -'
Oft Two powes havoen-w
'Juham rad T become
And mew the 'him sam an an
1bM pI us have corn.
at we t m~ Mabe he bIsi
OhY by a toomot- o

rhob hd o owo t w" wPalms
morknosveps n" measo

MVW b"IYea OK o IM No I

ent-me bw b "Pos
'"WIt U W toke thaws uW s

A Md w fte Wb
bb dftp~ -Mwaved U

O' no ua f of
Sw iodo24.d "WI

Tbst nt e TO+T plogn t l adlo-
IPSO1 an An A rf miI. '?.romnui.'r.-
Is "id to tsui'eMiemrd I 'rz mthw ).be
Oft'bemarwe.' Itslf centuries o4l.
It but vmr lite'rary to the "rem paul It
has kmpt.A twn'atarwas ILe e
wbo peded Ishob Wabi kthe raaLa
I ftst NalaWlly oa" a ;.I
ias 4W& fav grw wtk fthe 4"lvns M.Utte
ambU aisrhete he 1'esaa
low wie msen of br9 Ilf s&ad
MWllg vwmbem warms m boo- Md
Issosh sguatfe'. '4lidIts ls~esh

Nabs-s sbMt hi%60& ebe
Id 1w96 her beAma sA Twiu
fap BefItebe b'b a'4 U400JTW'
so 1 wvok. a& sw "m b "a "Pary S
91. a wmwt askw'iq -Karns C~y hIi

T" evean a 'y "PW oIfsIo,

s dtr ,- Uo91 w
up IV "Mm" 6

U1I7iT2UUo O.A.RP.


.... DE NTIST....

)w,,-r Nlr rou-t EndeJ'fk Ph, 1% v ;


Tr L.\ \\

Arid Solicitor in Equtity
Real Estate, Coffolanoing R1.11t Gen.
eral Prac'tice. All buiuroine. i rempt
uttrlt ded to. Office neIxt dolor t)c lS
otFlIs. GAYER.




Vil.t 3,


Can sell jour oity property, (imr
proved and unimproved), plhtlhohate.
trucking and farming lands. Send himn
a list of what you offr folale 2142m.

at 12:15; at 12.:l". or only seveu i l ii recorne t l Ia t' ll e I i i' ';t' >I of ,I
utes atfer i i- I'rFnii'h guns opened of tLh iiest contllcts of the (i\l \ .1:.
hiu. Ctoliug-r. al. with the British Ibt to thOLe Iiople wv o know tit he' ,t !i
uea;esti t. him, was~throg th h the he l |lat e it is a nmouuIment to I!h'
y:'s ilie,. I mem'or y of ia stand of devotedl. s '.f( S
1y ,, ; Ilouit e lat 'r, U t r.i cl. i 'rist. u lwenl, n wim.i. ,I r.i ,
by L h. I J' 'i rv 1 lnyIs. Nel- tle b r ls.l+li.s of t'mlgratlo i i1t f or the,
S1- tL. t.., a l .l < pouring his love of g n!, bbut to help their f', Jw
S li ....: .. .s 4e the' steru :'1i buillt fthe' Brailuatinl ui.sio n iin ithe
4 V.': ..' .. : T i\v ilute' l li'ttll rest t het ilhts known i>y. tihe llt.:I '
Mtc.. tl;h ; .. : I p. l),ni-h 1 toplmats of M issl al'nary rige.
beg;u t t o,.il. t :. or s xtv-sex'v'n It wi,:s i l t117 that the lite '.'. *'r'
miiimtes at, r ., t *:' t a' a hired I nglsu Lry. Ainsworth F'. 1ilnt ;::, 1
Bla.'kwuodl ic ,1i !' .. ":. *.*r :iiiil rtar tll' I ltev'. .Joh111 dVal l t ''\'hlew ,d the 1 .'
of e'l.'i ys.i l.i; l il. d 1a f their It l -si-n. They wertre sent lihr'.
actioiwn." Ti I..t' .. t: i e i.t' ir bL the AI ilerlvadn IIbo I of So' umi1.41 io1i-
tically .etil . y .:, of '.: t.rn for f,',ig mils ionl., t. andl the' .I :",
enelmy's .h:s'l t,;,v.. :r'i.:. 'he' v:; b ir' *,i had r vidled foi the ervtl ti.M .f
jilo cnw ts rl. am. ;i,,,l ;.. .. f *:.. a miss;II, including schrx I li; .
p eat fight k it t.u i. v, ;; t'.,; 1 i. i, a t f,-r the il.i o,.iri.' ,. l :t
*.dvauttii 1 4e Is lA,t ,i.l ,, '. tA'. .lvcw r:- t .t r- f:ailedl In tl,.'ir c e:w;' '
* At 2:3d, for r.::.1z.!. ,. I. -h .. t t, a, e Ih. ; 4i,tionarles were h'lft u\ .:, I
Sfro r tl i> ..t . :- IIi IMey Iand witlihout even a slhe.ltr. ;.t
majestic pride. tlie i, l .; : I e 'I *'ct*ttic efforts they cr'atIdl ;a Ii.I
oved into the. z,,ol of h, N: n : I I at11 built a 111ll on11 the
,she lie-s a laStih aid h... .... !,: ,ks of C!i'kanaiuga creek. Thie ini. l
u L She has d ane her l ,: .d .,. it .. rly it mile long, Is still 1il ,.'.
paid a terrible price fur t. ,. ,e I:i l w lW ur e h l do y I 'hliln,
at this moment a fluttr of t!Lt- Iir n l tore down t he'l. "ll
masthead o0 the Victory, for NI st'llture anti buIlt what Is low k'tw,'
son has a great captain's w tl:t(.lif i I'r I*l .
vision, and a frigate-it Is the EI:ry;\ ,.. s tepr-.-lent of the
U'.iv,,l Stat,,;. Ja1ne. 1M onro ,. :i, uare.
-coImes dowU with every nluh cof c. 'i t he' e d (tthe ll ssiouimintil. i.| d.r
as met, groping her way through tlIe' aceupanl' I ural
!i,, wa< nccu:lpanle bly ;,,ra
smoke, to take the batterel hull of the li. Alt htgapri'e'
Royal S8tereeig In tow, so that h.r It ftiet- Altho4n l ari p 'r i d y thi vi-
broadides--the mighty ship caln still tie him.0iar ll1 t( 1
e'i'e' himt. *t1'inl lhe colailclell einte'el thenI
fight, thoughphe cannot sail-- ear ulnon their work and In glowi'g trttni
the enemy's ships within her reach.
,pralse<| he tbaut fulI octi on (if th e
This is not a battle spread through lrali Theautrful hi'tlo(if tth
dldin. Th1e IBranard nsllsion nlle
days. It compressaaed almost Into nused until the Indians left. It tIM ait
minutes. The first shot was hired atltni nmunt of gl. andnt e
12:15; before 3 o'clock flag after flag i tinm there were more than 55W) Indian
going.down; a great fleet Is crumbling l t b
to rtclrenn. By 30 o'clock all iing ovg.- o r was ol d for
Into ruin. By 6:30 o'clock all is over.- i on
-TLi eLord's suiwwr was olterved for



Over DuDtioo Co s BH k.


DiNT iT.

omos no inMUr Law FIt,,'ba.r .e
UAIwaviLL. Vis.

JOHN MmICU., Proirletort
lI-2II W. Ba11 M6.. Jakso ln1,. ri.
Faust beer, bottle and dnralh. Don't
fail to eall on me wen in JaekLonville



Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing
S.F o r...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc

Legal Blanks on Short Notice.

The following letter from oB* of our
mail order eaetornim-e is .lf-explano *
tor, I
Louievill. Ky Feb 77.1 4.
R. H. MeCroary.
(isli^fill. |a
Ifar tmrz Re.aried the pritalni
matter I do* lmim. sad will ay ihas
It is perflI tly estaf ltory. I lik* e he
*e tiopve so much MaL theakes for
oeer prompt Salest si lllll order.
Ynwlf *I|t,
Mir M.O Cor arr .

Head orldrs to THE UO1,
0= 110 Iri

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wes, b Mi krue nod U

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SAir Line Rai wa

Air Line Railvvay

Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia, New York,

Two Elt li Trma ins Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


O)nly Inll Operating

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans

For full information and :reper r.srvsteoni call on rni agiens Setabt rd of
write A. O, MA l'(NEl.I.,. 0. H)YL TON. Ja.,
A t. (ine-ral IPa'eengr r tgoent, I'a.eagpr Ag1nI,

Southern Railway

Two Train% Dail) to n11t.kingtem and f lurk.

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Wha HMa Happened and What is Going
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It In The Sun.
It'- Xmas at New York Racket.
eekcs Ifr Christmas on display. New
Work Backet.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The Son office.
Peplr priced presents for Xmas.
New York Racket.
J. R. Zetrooer of Rochelle was in
the city trading yesterday.
Four-room fat for rent. Mrs. Fos-
ter, 406 West Main street, N.
Fruit eakes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
Mrs. W. D. Williams of High Springs
wee shopping In the city yesterday.
The BSn Industrial Edition sent to
any address, postage free, for 10 eenta.
Perry Colson hau returned from a
bulsness trip to points in West Florida.
I have some fine turkeys for sale at
prices that are right. J. H. Malphors.
All-pork country sasoage and West.
ern mutton at Harrold's market to-
Mrs. E. B. Godwin of High Springs
isl n theoitly, a guest of Mrs. W. E.
J. W. Wolfenden of Sampson City
was a business visitor to Uainesville
H. M. Moran of Oampvlle was
among the business visitors to Galnes.
ville yesterday.
Mrs. A. T. Kelley of Kelley's mill
spent yesterday with relatives and
friends in this eity.
W.T. Farrar, repreospting the In-
ternational Harvesting Machine Comr
pany, Obhiago, is is the city.
Furnished room to rent on block ad-
jolinlg square. Gentleman tenant
preferred. Apply at SBn offee.

Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
fee, 800 per doses, 8 per hundred.
OCah mast accompany order. dawtf
For your Ohristmas turkeys go to J.
H. Malphon, or 'phone 183. Prompt
delivery, and satlfaetion guaranteed.
W. E. Dow and Dr. J. F. MeKlnstry,
Jr.. spent yesterday near Alasehs,
where they were the guests of J. M.
Mism Winnie Tucker, an aeeom
plished young ladj of Roehelle, was
among the visitors to this eity yeater.
B. F. Camp of White Springs, senior
member of the Camp Lumber Com.
pany, wae a business visitor to this city
The ladostrial Edition of The Sun
Is on sale at Aver's and Vidal's news.
stands. Get a copy and send it to
your friends.
D. K. Godwin, superintendent of the
Chane naval store iaterete at Fair.
banks. was a business visitor to thia
eity yesterday.
(et a bottle of Blue Ribbon Lemon
or Vanilla extract and give your
(Christman deeerts the famous Blue
Ribboa flavor.
J Wi tnqueflold, one of the leading
merehants of Kirkwgbd, was among
tboe uhi visited (Ilanville on busl-
noe" asterday.
William Adams of Wnndsor. one of
the leading farmer and stookmen of
the Best End. was a business visitor to
this eity y terday,
Mn Edwsird cZtrouer and daughter
have retersed to their home as Ro-
bhelleafter a pleasn revisit to rela.
tivee and friends ta this city.
mrrell Wiggine and se,. J A Wig.
giu. wre In the aily tfro= rlaoe y
terday Mr Wgin ie one of the
moat suee sful farmren of his eetion
lie Honor Judge Mason yesterday
mtelad marra~ liaees au follows J
I. Joeboi ad usioe Huaghy. while;
Ohem. Oamdaer ad Le Kile. Jesse
Maia and Lillie Heut. colored
T. egWr of Claninata, repre.
seatiteofl0 the Itreatiaol H arveet.
In M-llMi Ompauy. Ils S the city.
Mr. ei bhl m e e t* # oldest and
mmst wetdWOe bwAm e n the ht.
"n hbsb he bamse %ad & ieenatedd
tkg e Iunab well peaed son
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Bay year Xmas fraltere of a. lew
Tork Racket.
Ladies'calling cards in latest styles
at on office.
B. F. Mathews of Kirkwood was in
thi city yesterday.
Those. Harrod of Mieanopy was trad-
ing in the city yesterday.
Reed and cane recking chal a fur
Xmas. New York Racket,
Some fine city and country property
forsale. C. O. Pedriek, Oaineiville,
Chas. W. Wells of Alaehua was
among those who visited this city yea.
C. N. Cox of Miearopy wa among
those re latered at the Brown House
One hundred fine, fat, famous Old
Town turkeys for sale. T. B. Ellis, 4
West Liberty street.
Now is the time toorder yourOhrlit-
mas and New Year's eards. Fine line
of samples at The Bun office.
Get your Ohristmas torkey from
Malphors. Fine birds at right prices.
Phone 182. Prompt delivery.
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlaln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sale by all druggists.
For 8ale-A desirable suburban
home; city water; modern oonven-
lnces. Addrenm X. R., this office. 6t
C. 0. Walts, one of the leading eldt
aene and business men of Orange Lake,
was among the visitors to this city yeas
Mr and Mrs. .o. Rembert of Len.
non are on a brif visit to the former's
mother, Mrs. W. P. Oarrett, 20 West
Court street.
Friends of 0. 0. Ogletree, North
Galnaville, will regret to learn that be
is indisposed, and will probably be in
bed for several days.
E. K. Andemron of High Springs,
one of the leading young business
men of that town, was among those
who visited tbis eity yesterday.
The r eglar weekly meeting of
Gainesville Lodge No. 90, B. P. O. E.,
will be held tonight in Masonic Hall.
A full attendance desired. There will
be work.
J. M. Turnerof Lake View was in
the city trading yesterday. Mr. Tur-
ner states that he brought 260 pounds
of pork to cold storage, and will have
a areat deal more before the season
Notice-To aeommodate the Christ-
mas shoppers the Continental Cafe
will be open until midnight or later.
Nice warm dining-room, everything
fratlelass. Christmas turkeys baked
to order.
Albert O'Neill. who owns and op-
erate a moss mill at Waeaboota, has
returned to that place, where he ls
looking after his Interests. Mr.
O'Neill has a good thing, and will like-
ly make some money during the com-
ing season
C. T. Pardee of New York spent the
day with friends in this eity Toeuday.
Mr. Pardee ls a oa of J. M. Pardee,
now deceased, who spent several win.
ter at the Odd Fellows' Home, and
who wan a gret friend of Oalaneville.
The young man was ea route to Cuba,
where he expects to spend the winter.
J. N. Manners, the clever agent of
the lnteratioaal Harvestiag Machine
Company, has returned from Manatee
and other polati In South Feorida in
the iaterns of his firm. He reports a
fine trade, ad myr the people of 8oath
Florida were never more prosperous
They have made good crpe, and their
groves are yielding haademnely, whieh
means a ready Iacome.

Mobile, Ala., Feb. 1. 180.
IDr. K. W. Hall. St. Louis. Mo-lear
Sirz Daragi the pct year we have
sod over tweaty-4r does "Hall's
Oree Dteowvry" lor khiday ad aid.
der troubles and deriag that time have
received ao eordmlet.
Y es ease stfally.
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der. Matft OMNa Deal. eme am
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Wageps, earte ad air rifles for
Clrihrli. ew Yerk Racket.
Mim Agres Zetrnuer has returned to
her home at Rochelle, after a pleasant
visit to relatives here.
Deputy Sheriff J. H. Granger has r-
furDe from High Spriage, where he
has been pa official business.
I LJamison, a successful farmner
of Bell, was among those who came to
Gainesyille trading yesterday.
Diviolon Tralumaster A. L. Glass of
the Atlantle Ooast Line left yesterday
for Palatka and other points o ooffiial
Miss iosie Prewitt has returned to
her home at Waldo, after a short visit
at the home of her brother. F. M.
Prewitt, in this city.
Order a fne turkey for Christmas
dinner. I have a lot which I propose
to sell at right prices. Phone J. H.
Malphurs'182. Prompt delivery.
Friends of Mrs. C. A. Townseud, 209
Palmetto avesoe, will regret to learn
that she is ill, having been afflioted
with aatroke of paralysis. Mrs. Town-
send i rbeaUing an advanced age, and
needs the sympathy and support of
her friends.
Belton Cooley of Hague was among
those who paid Gainesville a visit yes-
terday. Mr. Conley is a progressive
and saoeesaful farmer. He harveued
21,000 pounds of seed cotton this sea-
son, which wa a remarkable record
for the aerage planted.
The merchant of the city are up to
the times when it comes to making
Obristmas displays, and many have
availed themselves of the opportunity
to show their goods in a most effective
and appropriate style, which is to say
the least tempting to those who pass
by. The stocks tbis year are as a rule
full and eouplete, and it is left to the
porehaser as to what t6 boy, according
to his posket-book.
Dr. Love, chlef surgeon of this di-
vision of the Atlantie Cnast Line with
headquarters at Lakeland, was an of-
ficlal visitor to this city yesterday.
Dr. Love was very much impressed
with the growth of Galnesville sines
his last visit here. "I am glad that
Gainesville got the University," he
said, becausee I believe this is one of
the best logerlor.elties in the State. I
feel a great inrest in Galnesville,
and believe It will some day be one of
the leading cities of Florida."



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