Title: Gainesville daily sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01065
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01065
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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

Downloads
Full Text
CI~~~zrrr~~~'p \'lF[7J 'aC~r~


VOL. XXII, NO. 27:) (GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WDNI)NESD.\\,


DEC(EMBER 27, 1905


TEN CENTS A WEEK


"MAN UNCONSCIOI


CAR RAN


Crowded Troily Car

Thte Track.


SEVERAL PERSONS WER


* Passengers Thrown in the 1
Flying .Glass from .the a
Windows Assailed Them-
Were Trampled On In Exci

New York, Dec. 26.-UnL
those who tilled lo its capacity
lyn cross-town car which was
through Raymond street, th
man lay unconsclous on the
and the car was running "wild
a dangerous curve.
The passengers had felt th
collision as the car struck
of a big dray, but the mena(
situation was unknown.
The collision witi the wa
place at Tillary street. I
George Williams was hurled
the rear of the wagon, and
back on his platform with a
skull.
The car sped on with i
speed. This first alarmed th
gers, and a woman screamed'
inent was increasing as the
ersed the block to Park aven
there Is a sharp turn. C
James Gilchrist knew of the
rushed through the car to le
'Williams did not apply th.e I
"Just as Gilchrist reacht-
the car reached the curve. Jur
tracks and leaped toward the
the wheels struck the paver
car rocked perilously. Pa
'e:e thrown Into the alle, a
giais from the hattered win
eaill-I t'fin. WNVoie n er, '


US SEACHERY MET TRAGIC DEATH.

NeAly Appointed Bailiff Shcots an

W Tusk_2zoe. A.-,1,, L fc. 2G-Ncwv> hai
rrt.>chi t ..: < f a d ,',orab;e traj,.; dy
w;Lich occtrr., lat No'a-ilita
Jumped loy Ha.y recent:?y uppointed ball.
if so: anj almost lna .antly kiditd
Jesse Seachery whiLe attempt:..g to
arrest h;ni
E HURT Details of the kl'"lnK are nimager.
Seachery was discharged as I;..'.tfT
and the report Is thAx he wa.< drunk
Aisle and snd disoridetrly on the streets whpeu
Shattered &layor Jacksou ordered his arr.st.l Mr
Seachery resisted and Sheriff Hula'.
ton was sent for to tke him in c.iarge
itement. Sheriff Huddlcston and Deputy Sberiff
Danlte:s were on the way to tile scene
known to
aB tookwhen thie man was killed It is said
a Brook. Seachery told one Bob I)owles that
speeding "Sonme one was going to fill a 6t-foot
e motor ho:e in the ground and it might be
platform nhir."
I" toward Sachery leaves a wife and several;
child retn. Hayes is hire In custody'
he Jolt Of of tLe sulerlff.
the rear
ce of the FELLOW PRISONERS SANG.

gon took "God Be With You" While Turner
lotorman Wan Being Hanged.
1 against San Anton4o, fex., Dec. 24.-While
dropped a quartet of prisoners lod by Tom
fractured Johnson, a negro serving a sentence
for assault to murder, sang "God lh,
increasing With You Till We .Meet Again. George
e passen. H. Turner, a white man, was hanged
I. Elcite- for cutting the throat of Mrs Ellzabeth
car travy. Lnca last March In a dliputt, over a
ue where land deal.
Conductor Turner's threats to denounce his en.
turn. and emilei and create other sensations on
arn why the gallows were not earrle.1 out Hel
brake. only asked Slieriff Tohin to be sure to
the door fix th;e knot so that it would break
mirel the i tis ntck
...>. A I "I don't want it to autrt me," he said


curni. AA
uent t.ie
I
nd, flying
dows as.
traunip:, d


Tht re
hantg in g.


TO


on T) e~ nn rammred nl'o an Iron .;Castor Is
feni-r,. scroi'eitctza I~ A rnuil Ipark and
rint. I(-)t an almitrpi t iop I4otlinifl
T'.(, rrlta 1at!1t1:~., w,'titt, t a n Ifl I tirrt iJi t :o. h
f~edol Pi-aaa ic- rt 'trw,tL f' -*Pa. rpotilo.- nlO II ( )tiict'iit1 ftI



the f-ar 'lifc~tr~na fr oin Cu'':)- ott (,

ftmm h- or ,I-:t'a'tiaruulittll ii 'mlC r '


bruise .1
Mtrs. Xa',so- v it i :70etI Nloia


a Ii a


TWO LOSE LIVES BY


ATTACKS 01 ROBBERS


Thuigs D.d Deadly Work And

Made Escape.


ONE BODY PLACED ON TRACK


Three Men Assaulted In Mississippi
Town and So Far the Police Have'
Been Unable to Find any Cew as to


the Assailants.


ULOW OF AX KILLED WOMAN.
;ARMBEEDRDEBELIO


Murdered Friday Night and Left In a
Room of House.
Atlanta. l)ec, 26,-The dead body of
Kxle Peron,4, a negro % iomlnil. .i'
found In a Ioom ot ir hotsi Sucti,lti)
mIorning by a whit. illanS \h ltld ,ti ,1
told that the woman waa mill i1ic,
T;,Ie woui.n had Itwen struck on it'.
h a;,i with anl ax or i',atciet
An oftf!er investlIu at. t Iho iffalr .
and made a report to C(.iptalhi Moon
T'lt (ca1t' I lnow being wialikedil on by
dolectiveo.
Tlie woinan's husbllan, ntil out 'eenli
f'tind. bliut nO'lghbtrl -In I.t li ft ltor
lrHiulingiamni several da,\. t,o a. lnd tdmit
th w oloian had beet n t s l'tire his alt,
:I' t : ll Shft W as d wti uali !tLf. li il t,1 1 1


C o lum b us,. M sia ., D ec .'; --T h r w% . .. ... .. .aaai .
lnridIiwy :o~it. and left iano.- I aH In I
blg:i a) Mit iituti and roo,n : ,i lia Fre i an ,
rat 'Ki 'Tir e body, when foia i ..t \;.o, I1
bten ie;'pt. Itd to the potil;C' i near the chineAy Acon
T A'o of ;.t v ictlm j. t);lt' at a i it1,t l :1it) 1 he tiI he e hi n siti t *t-a
T he lil S K oi -qe, ki4il' I 1>.li>
and tit oi.'t r a megro, a u itt Ik l > tit
arid t ianda n a D rt, ,itt 0 < t t d ritd for ioine time'
Ironi t;e a;t.aiilt5, a&ld ', i. t.nId o\es c
ls Mfei to th1. mer wsit got,1 o, BOY PLACED BAR ON TRACK.
l':> tlr-l o 'ase wa s a iligr %ho i _il
pl:ci.ed lip taiti r the ho trt I, iill. -Ia.
h( it r Train Was Running Late Which Savel
hi i ,ad bLa.lly battered a'lni h'. pocrk.
e'i riflilb, n atr regaining As It from Being Wrecked.
e'.s r'.tl.od, IlLte r regalliii (l Iha t'cuIut"a-
n Clirka uri W. ,\ Va. I e. i ir tHIlll
'lit e police depart iliut %a-4 it (iiore a d l( la t i tl atly -i i i -t
tl tt a ino hulid btin tun resteo lhri\>r yn t le'r agetii tie f or
i latteiiopllig lIi it r k tihe Ne'w tol iK tiitd
kiled by tie Mobile anii Ohio train., tti. implingI t) irtek he Ntwr.k t I
Iton onnin c tlgatio i it wa% foulil that tl it
the mian hu 1 a billet hit va iid a knir al f
It Is 1 chaliged lthat toie,.lm) rrcii- ilv
to.iiid In d Il, Ir t Thr ilea, Iaili
ound in th i rest. 1h ial m fi'i nei in Iron ciar al'icics rI ier.t l,
wasi idtntilfle,. by a Mr I ,>derlickson
K I a hnl then Pseereleld thilim,l.< If o h', KIe
;ain .. a K liol v, awho e h iii, as a nd th n r t l f th
.."al W" a *' '


toll, V& laie comt'(-tr a'. %r-rtict'l ai
t~'he tcii I ltt''ii obht I an.Iti uhdinedA
antl w heis l Ic te~y phit",, ti wt~l 'it' trai*'.
fur laucelt Ion.
T'io- thin ca%ta was I uif of N\I r. WeI
who l'tlmsTti-Atto the I li~ic, ait. hlli,
I Inv I kI I '. II jec.e1 1 4- 1 r I Ih

I toCI- i tiar it f I 'r haco t : I.- tw
'1 .It Ie lP, it ttI c ic '" I it I. N o f Ij'. A A


%-(aite 2,, witnlesses to thl'i IiIvrer


aniong them 25 Texa iaber-


BE ELECTROCUTED.

Sentenced to Die for Murder.
ing a Policeman.


ii11. 0 Der. of; -4,0111i1ii 11

'v. I:.ioni, A it t, tle.rri .itor.

i Ite.1 A ;orI 1 6 .
otfar (tm'. t Ir(or %A, :ari ?.

ii ir -it, I lit-it ltj u'tclir (Off
1; 7. at ;1 a 'A 1 4 ca

'n'!t O -! trs i tot ta


PURSUED BY WrEFORTLINE.

Man Lose* Two *on&,s House Burns,
and N-)w He Is III


!ul~ .tic ,i 1 I Ia' r -I M


I fti (ina "t 1:.t 1.tat a "tf V t i I
Iii- ot~j es.' a f'4 ~ t l o iI

a' t le tfl itu o -'l r il a


i': ata, I .ifit-. ', xrao-.1 ais


iman Ve'ii>:iti-m t ('111 '.ko n ~itO ~iata T a 'tta rt ia a a ~ ~ a. -* a
Procokl'n hai.,ptittl Twia's in !,i-1'i r'mrcpaIla ,to ie it- tt a
surgc-on riitt ale'ii the ot ilt rpMti"i-.te r
Orders Selzure of Funds. PRNSWR UND
PALLING SHED INJURES MANY. l' i* 6--?lrcoielo- PRNSWR UND

Accient t Aerles My Case ose t-I l{!.rirt-raie.cotipatao.u Ix.a ;l aIn a Vain Efflurt to gave Their Two
Ac i e o f L meif us M ay e arot lorn t 1 1 a tsm i l ltbrLittle Girls.
ofuer L.(;,ife o N gr,; 4 oi'I f r a arlno V (' ti uy T rt-:10-1re r Tairm sa M laf14i a .mrsk on
fest long. ri ori* Ihi .o016-t t? Of ta tSW t ICt' i m n a 1 -Ia'A 0. Ilk sit
I~e C street.(t:: s-~l whil' t he si-i.'- W a(':w at J Ct'I4bk-Tialean,]11c I, j .'~a ~ ~ ~ t
wuga lk aitccnow !#-Ar Itt tit11111 te*at-P C;, h a-n llc '~ -'- to Xall ', ,aire astairpr a, i
In alis Ii-- na .mr':n "a ii .'-all -i rootia if Itt.1%0r 1-' ') ii', l ta a~ Slaelo~is iirU C 'a S oalatre'.1 thit -,)

'by dits of the InjtrIts-e rc'tei'tetl wIIi.-" i t. to aAl '*Oi ',. ? ft to -.e Otl 4 Iid- .'4j ).I5 aIfI I ?
*tephen Feiste-ar &:% ac.. saa lo31 t f. ro'ot o;' T, 't* ..ac 1-1 '~-r ft a r-ix fi a' teri
ty hurt. c:.~~~ teo-.; ~ --~ ~and I!- offi'-'-itie fr 0 a ''t~Itlt r
17 hurt.'! q. '?i.'1\.?e W icy %I .Prer a. Ti,
Pro o~~y wonI : ,0 atr'u or4ta r.p-1k, 110r n? a owl r'Ifireot hp
Pilmrtb~y falling 1tri a''etn-I r''oe 34Cotton M ti Operative Killed. ra-a.0' ,family was as eauap
-Splinters. n A n y ni tMe ram t PI0 n j:r;Th mr'.'! ir bed uhF.. t,
,;- a -," Ct Ttt o- tra..'P !,

The oll~o.' a' hi'5U trircaz. lj~ aa t ~, ~ Jc len i'tn 5ttaa a."aa* 6, 9on oLff
aI'mt *tg"itipeIncfl In the' hors t:11 fLi O. *f a "'Ola It to qrI -' '- 0-'


U100.'
Vatwai His Life at $10.
Winatq4 ('nan Tier If.- Ta 3
Dobwe, oflrot-ernn hat, ''ri-
Vec estate Owued !)vC'"tat-
to *Mie.r on a Ii,: f-to n. ral' t 6'r
?1'TIM. am2Ounthoxto pt jiflpeAat'*~
few nouiba s man t'toe'Iswc~rtie.to
uatal ag Iau-Iri i' rIb)aaf 1
Ibis Wet at'' o' veoe)teg at I2'
geveral dais ReoC* s si! IWffl
GM6 519. Sr.! A1mg Ih&a3.1WA:SLI
.%a iwA ierx~


AM,;ak s I-adaOflSC h"el
ftvaama sh a ?'A va.t
thepyo" fne-tr MW"IL faa'se *&A'ct;
4"m Temrma pr'- Om ftr, m n. .te's"
Or. 9fattakd j4 R-a KJ 1"' *I
-Uprnetatm4et o te! a fia,*Mr~h EG-'r-A
aemaeft wtth a boawt casaI* .'a

ftmW" 6814 to Uhaibowsea at;r

&name at' a


A pill.* -0 T a &Li 0. F, IT Tho
0'r.c v if'Fit'


Arpetied fteW614tea80".

~ ~. 2. ~wlgsaub'ag pLaree '

a *C a-, a a o I 'p a *s.ITa t.




wilbod OR tmo Tnw'gk
I4 ,, "I ~ ta j-at' --%IUIMaO
(mr 5t'~ tdk. 2.4 inhnbtwof
I.~~~~.*~- 't-t' .-Lk 9aa*
14ea e af .- l.---f t'..-ruc4. wlee
k-i f'. a 14' iAO w is I.Ao.
MS4 <6 IS ho ~ a'h Es


A fl'a~
''2.' keg- .-'i
Sc 1. & \
Si. a. o'e~~- ,-
FLat) 'a.
tia4lua.''


F 115W X,' ~t.18.1'"


sorgseF oral.', at I* I
4a 'rol til j do e, ftrt
a5 t i I-f' T.- '


litaterwJ liad."1610i4 amw (~seto
)UinP eowrvt '611406 %&&1'


Mae*" F 'oter Agss


g'ie tfrarn'. I-'
tmat M'*ad Ir


fooal ".As


ae wm V I to


ea'f the Loaj# Fr'oibpy
with lth e 1*1en rof
elf et.. Iofrgle


D fasto IaWed


pagwat laees.0al S Sni
00 bsamboo -4- -. tobe a V'tt4 thw
C be let l wn as Cm 1042


U.


w re v k. laTi.ahlc' I I 'teatItn tttc rm ltuimife'
Itg dI I ill I a Ia t)v %heaI v i't PmI.I ittifroim'thel
A tracktitelke'tr fiaxxti I t~i' tritin
whit'iIta~sit cnn riIg iit It .t% Is cmto iintica
hall It struck ta he iattiat oettatIiitttieth
111"11) 31lit.'. We4i1t141 )1&%@-'e'ii0-1.1itv
T .l';4' 1tP st I IIt 111 104 ll' I I % I aI I Il tIoe' V se1 I I
It, i 'tS Attp l .'toorm l t',tntl l Ieco tlit V
al t cm t Ilia hi~lleiW ttwo11i t uali feoi It


Negro Is Wounded.
Atnem^, 4. 4 15 .i-v \itcilier Is Rt vi
a Ilgi s ir t im u f.b It-~ is v ry 4eKifeiogteii oilmly
S a at Ict at llf!I1 titilata IlIlit a tIli ot h(''
?, Iie I IW o 11:Si l ob IIill'-'. ii-IIIi o'it' It kta
r-vite o. t itio i t cink ki n h' p i .oif





Father Fought In URevoltilonc


coft 4 o 1014li r 4ift I tt AtIise'flitaio ivt s I W1


Is :* it at hi r .r-ii, In this i Il) an ...I
Ilt, \earis Hi r fat er. Aaoii ilill.
was 'ake tiioprioieoer by the lirlif'h diiir
Itng theIf hlrilggle fitr Iudeperndrneer and
rarrtl'ot I K nalaSln I'p to *Wthin
a few .lifs oif ier datlih tMre Jiohn
s>n .' health had i-tO a reumarkatily
< mod


Will Inherit Fortune
1 4 2. At -t 1
lo tt j i --I-altlet! tI ( t4* a3 1 .6
o;Pil-mill uo. urlt o(fAlabama,5. itmi a
lhe twa't lasupern urnthe 1De-rse,,r. i
theath"oncaam Wt ef, is)e'q'ats, atf 1 Pi
oil.'ee- mrs rrarik Mah~ru~atiit Ns,
tIlli.'Tein n will er~pnie Ibtto hfit, top.-


hreiad- C4 11t(Al-MVo

Geafberd Minority llehil
e.aegfsI hta e. SIde's ad fv. 1 t'! a ".6
'or th. Slaeb Itsair p on faf-r,-v
f'Oi'U a oiflort o (oftatthe' 004a--Oftto I,
rosifway waia trlmit. a
'ae IsItfoacme A1.4 '.'v a !fgtg
8! $PC k 'MD1 .301a half a- a
I& the f*jtefj, M: b 2I. '-If
WCIti&ams& Uiarls 0A It" '~a~


111artial Payment made


___~61 #- b *, a*o KALOO a L.8
aea~a F 11 'A age'.'s r iION ok 1
Solt I;N0' aw ~ i .i~at




1". 40-r...'F '.u *I a.?*a~


ow edeb"Sw


HAS BROKEN OUT


Civil War May Deluge Russia In

Flood of Blood.

STRIKERS' THREATS MADE 0000


Though Revo'utionists Are BEieved To
Be Without Arms, the Capture of a
Few Arsenals Would Give a Start.
Loyalty of Regiments Doubted.

Si l'etersbuiag, l,,c .'I is.:t p m.
-\W ih .Mosow's bllift i X llolt hcd, lite
t tvo iitl liitrl in itidie itmoo their It.reatt
to lr.iii[Lrni n l t, itrlkil Iit)o artned re
bel iit aind the lstexI t houri tliotihl
doti- rline whether tsiry vani marsh.il
sii Tit itnt strenitih to plunge the couni
try linio an actual itatt, of civil war
Jinil 1 a trl'i)ilJyI t.VIrrat n i he, Ilinitdlate
ilowit.fall of the Kove riitlrnt.
Ti gv'l'rninier't iirifimels cronfIdrtCe,
tiliti the wAl.l' atiltenipt will fall owing
!o th., woeful tisufflclrivry of ianim In
ls lA i.linn of the proletariat and by
ria, on iaf the, lit)yalt)y if the army as a
whole, bi t tll cIalc'iiltiton Iniilht gain
ibe rudltly upoIl 't
.A It'w arlenalm :iiUght be se.iilld to
fin til h artiis or thlie opien i support of
a fiw reltulieni tmiilght ltart a land
Itile' In t ilt armily. Certainly, tho
sh rewi|i t of lit, re'i tliillillary leader
fItl) il lt reatl e tlihat tlie Issue muIllt
Ib dtril.ltli by Ih:i attiitle of the armiy,
A I lh ti is v to rai l t hli' ill-.
liItI!ru tihois nis avo iiei,' fitrlh that
lihe isilngl aig ust nir 1rt- th i lfhootl als ill If a footllhoit can
lie ..ciral, II I ti ,ie Intenll on of tho
re-i uiliiail't tlo toel t' lp Ia |prl ilonal
i K,,,rlliimt Ad4 pnr twalin a republic
T'ius far repaoris from Ml4iosow do not
i! l.tl ll i t'i- v itil |m int ai t)o whe'tht 'r
it, i" t I.,i tr r pi> lthl re l 'tituii lly refustt l
I, llo y) i'(aiii anliai althoit lih Iheire are
I i< r lteniil te1ii ir 11 thi lt thie did.
kI -viliviiloarov liaisiersr hirn cialni to
Ih:i\' ii + 'llinalit i tf ti e'tielrI that a
1ga: II r c l lt ith all.l I aml elll, 'lI lint rkl
nru ';i I e .! aisr iitow I.1n la,- a imp la

Barricade Thrown Up.


%%I.I -ui'- 'ta- lolltit iacIy bittici ov*#*y -
'A1. t 'a 111t .11 1% i 1,K l 1MI O 1til.Oiba tio fr--mt
1. It i list: 1i14 a it *a lits I.cief lw 40111r,164)
lII t tat 4 1,. .fe-al atI-$ l,1-1C ) aisn o ot at
Oslo. I "Ito )IlIl'. its tloaf tit-allt A- SifIirs' fag it
tifrfiw n i ;a Into lcis-iti t 1,f S'as-v th Is
mooroetiitta at, itflatioc 0 4A .It'II-W'4 1,
lutre I I t ioIodIs
T!, of, A a -, .a i.s ao I' tio- iedo iit n crnV a ants
th all frilecs ahnIs rI'd4 tee 1441100 1, filran up
thiolitg hert I'it IIe@ 'eeia "a'tt less
ut. a ~ tia .I : )a ri-itioloat Ibli s tapois~blo,
ItIit' I(*i 101ito lic I gotel i vasI.. areil
allowI at1a1a,460.4 eall alose'bly of
Fll, tI@ lie b- t Ina private
a ~ ~ o l"fSJas taad J41l41
ale-tdo 'f the reoslie

I ~-' a a 0iwvebeen
o t'. Ior t t'2-I a a ra- 'Ithe ," as
'iI. J. Iaa lla i -41 t.--1 -a.'' a



a~l.' 0 ofa jtirj..l"IelrIs thia '
0~a tf-4 5'th~i ta.IstOerigus. bll
t t'~aO1'lto.fw~kie ~ h


AsenoautwJte Jwped
.r4;n A ba~lleio Witb
''fo 'a f a ote1cr -t10 ~ ~
i at !," '&,.-el dA.-IloelaaI f,.onuai sy
Tu.e -F 4,r -aloi I,-'4 uevra tar.gE&W Ba
Pho higla C cio-tf e- fi rtwires of The
ws' ?- "a : sM INP4'll, e In t" e PwgNt
'of IM&alit5. Stsal oh*e alsAM*2s e0si .
fuJIra~lbe 0* al4s Imad IB#It* T1%0r(A
rafts )fuowpa4frrwu lt.eatota&A I easc% I
gkth 611choijaye

FOPewd Ott Iss, Os


as the' farm O ,I Attoeslwy JRI. V *. Ibi
$s t Teso M aiS* erify a 041-'tr F B
114 F1L i'~ t a IS15 I



L~ei f'a -o atmCILI
-a 1 1 4 Y,* a t ta a r
w5 c -Jz W aiw[


I -@PWW %O-AM'Wir MWIW4P


v V..Vw w _ .


-'. .... ... I I. I


- i . - . i I


I


,


I


* i







THE DAILY SUN: oAI


27, 1905


,,.~.... ~
I-


CAPTAIN MITCHELL

S MET SUDDEN DEATH

Was Killed by Negro at St. Pe-
tersburg on Christmas Day.

WAS MAKING AN ARREST


Serving as Special Officer, Attemptec
to Arrest a Desperate Negro, and
Lost His Own Life-Negro Was Tak-
ed From Jail and Shot.
Captain Joh J. Mitchell, an erst-
while conductor of the Atlantic Coast
Line, was killed by a negro desperado
at St. Petersburg on Christmas day,
the result of an attempt to arrest the
negro. The affair caused so much ex.
citement that the jaf: was broken Into,
the prisoner taken out and shot, as a
matter of revenge to the offended
man.
The story as told by an eye witness,
was to the effect that the negro was
boisterous through the streets, defying
the officers to take him, and remarked
that "no d---d w ite man ever born
could arrest him "aptain Mitehell,
who was a gentleman of honor and re.
flnement, and who held a position on
the special police force, could not stand
the Insinuating reference, and went to
make the arrest. In doing so he was
stabbed several times in the neck, from
which death resulted in a few mo-
ments.
Captain Mitchell was a conductor on
the Atlantic Coast Line for many
years. He was with the Florida South-
era when that road was a narrow.
guage, and had many friends here, as
he ran between this city and Palatka
for several years. He at one time own.
ed valuable real estate at Leesburg,
where he lived, and afterwards resided
In Oalnesville and Palatka.
Captain Mitehell's family are resid-
ing In St. Petersburg, where the funer-
al was held Tuesday,

CHRISTMAS TRADE.
Merchants Are Satisfied With Results
of Yuletide Customers.
While the Christmas holidays were
laterfered with to a certain extent by
Inclement weather, the merchants as a
role state that trade was good, sad
that everybody seemed to have money,
"I have never een business better
In the Sventeen years I have been In
boilaee in Galasevillo," said one bail-
neso man, "and; I know that every
other merchant shared a good trade In
proportion." This merchant stated
that he knew everyone had money,
from the feet that they exhibited ten
and twenty-dollar bills for change in
purchasing goods from him. "It seeinms
like fairy tale," he said, "but twenty
or twenty.five customers, in paying for
their purchases in my store, opened
wallets filled with money, and offered
me anywhere from a ten to a twenty.
dollar bill In payment. I did not obh.
je*t to the trade, bat it kept myself
and my clerks 'humping' for change*."

A DOUBLE WEDDING.
A Happy Event Occurred at Hathcox
Home, Half Moon, Sunday.
Newberry, iDec. 26 -A double wed.
ding ooeurred at Half .Moon Sunday,
the 4th inst the contracting parties
being A. M. Andrews and Miss Cauba
Hathoox, and E. II North and Niles
Viva liathoos
This happy event trantspired at the
home of the brides' parents. Mr. and
Mrs. 1' I Hatheos. The brides were
lovely In white, while the grooms wore
the oeunventonal black
Quite a number of relatives and
friends of the eontrleta n parties were
present to wltone th.' ceretn'oniets,
which were iniprso.vl.I) ,i.rf'rm d, by
Rev. J I. ('rumipton,


The wedding takmio l asce at no111,
immediately after. rit a sanptuoais
dinner was served. and llat. eI the at.
1ernooIn the guests dIeparted, fishing
the halpy i le1a loi.* ig I fr Dant his ,.
tie Ai L, I


LPISCOPAL i&XtRCISILS I
Serviaces Will be Held at Opera House
TI Ks Afternoon.
The tiemtbtrw .f tlhe t. ''i .
day oo scb'siia'rt, rqtot Pmisito meet at
ahe Opera hluse' thi's sfiernn'se', whvre
as 681tS'ltuifl Witwill i,. held
Whse ttoriai 1mv 1 aI I I ividt. at 4,
0061k.aMod all niembere arv -qust
ed go be Pireec11atsa that tinge

A kVA Gisvsed Cure.For P, I"
loblsebigMold. bioleed .g. puruot e.
P"le. Ireasletsago au Itior seoi t ,re :
g.~ iam" pIt PAW 'kiltr'tT:NrE
aftI* ~ softs 4 to14 das &k~.


''- /f4 "Pa


FOOD-
NOT MEDICINE.
14 all the treatments for
consumption were put in
book form it would make a
pretty big library. But after
all there has been little im-
provement over the old treat-
ment of rest, fresh air, sun-
shine, plain, wholesome
food and Scott's Emulsion.
The latter supplies nourish-
ment that cannot be secured
in any other way, and after
all, nourishment is what the
consumptive needs first.
A gain in weight, however
slight, is a long step toward
improvement. If there is the
least thing to build on Scott's
Emulsion will enable the pa,
tient to make that gain. Peo-
ple have gained a pound in
weight from a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion-it's an exception
when they don't.
We have seen Scott's
Emulsion take hold of a pa-
tient and bring about a
change for the better inside
of a week. It always helps
even the most stubborn cases.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Peal rest. New York.


PELHAM JUMPED BOND.
He Was Re-Arrested by Deputy Sheriff
Granger, and Now In Jail.
Deputy Sheriff J H. Granger, who
is ever alere for criminals and for ad-
ditional honor, has added another
laurel to hil record by arresting Jo*
seph Pelham, who was some time ago
arraigned before Judge Mason and
sentenced to pay a fine or spend six
months in Jail for carrying a con-
cealed weapon
Pelhk6m, whou seemed to be a man of
s )me influence, secured a bond and
made an appeal The circuit court.
fall term, took the matter up and aft
formed the decision of the lower court,
but Pelham was not on hand, and w&a
subsequently arrested upon a charge
of "Jumping" his bond. He will now
be compelled to serve the sentence Im.
posed in the county judge's court.

Arnold Daly to Face Court.
New York, Dec. 26.-Arnold Daly,
the actor. wa,4 held In $7o0 ball In tae
Tombs charged with giving an Immoral
performance In presenting George Ber.
nard Shaw's play, "Mrm Warren's
Profewlon Thlis drama appeared
for one night only several weeks ago
at the (larrick theater, in this city.
anmuel (Guniprts. manager of the Gar
rick taeater, war also held on the name
charge alth Mr. Dn!y In Sinn hall.

Not Shopping for islands.
Washington, e h-c 2.-"The govern.
ment is not Joinxg any Christmas %hop-
ping." wildi Secretary Hoot when asked
regatllinr ihe report that the l'nited
State% ,overunient had entered Into ne.
gitlalohe w l'h I'r incc for tae purchase
(if th.. t!tlanl of Tahltl. "\\'e h ve. all
the I.s'an is wie can handle. and are nuot
see'kintgany nore '

Make Motion for New Trial.
W ilng'otD, Il'" -t; .Motionn for
a neOW trial and twIt atr",t of ju.iMe Int
have been led la be4k:fr of \'llarmn
0. Crawford. reoesty convicted on
eOmpiracy to defraud the overmment
Ia ooasmetioa with h Wlashg letter
cariere' eatchel to the posteflie de-
partetL Armneate will be beerj
next Sa urday.


pee Awtee Only.
Lention. Dome%. -.A private ME
Nwen In~ntrmued Is narlamient


hau
for


Thinks Rawling Insane.
Macon, Ga., Dec. 25-"I am about
persuaded that I shall be compelled
to take a writ of lunacy for old man
Rawlings." said Mr. John R. Cooper,
the well known criminal lawyer, who
has been fighting to save J. G. Rawl-.
Inga and the Rav:.inga boys from being
ba:rged for the murder of the Carter
children. "Noboly but a crazy man
would talk as h& .ias ,alked. He made
up his mind that he was bound to be
hanged and it overthrew his reason.
I now have his case before the United
States court un'.(,r the fourteenth
amendment, but I may yet have to re-
sort to lunacy proceedings."

Double Tragedy on Train.
Wayne City, 1;!s., Dec. 25.-While
returning here from a trial at Slms.
Ills., 25 men became engaged in a
quarrel on a Southern railway train,
and two were killed and another waa
wounded. Jamtns Kingsland, it is said,
started the trouble, and during the
fight shot and killed Ike Marshall. He
also wounded anothPr man, but before
be was able to do any further damage
he was shot anl Instantly killed by
John Finley. Finley was arrested
and placed In jail.

Killed by Man Unknown.
Atlanta, Dec. -'.-While In the com.
pany of two frtn ls. George R. Rich.
ardson was shot ,iown and killed The
tw8 men who w%,re with Richardson
at tae time of th,. shooting state that
they do not know who did the killing,
and did not witness the shooting. The
man or men guilty of the deed escaped
and have not, so far. been arrested.
The killing was the boldest and most
daring of its kini committed In Atlan.
ta this year, anil what li more, 1s
wrapped up In profound mystery.

Centenarian Dead.
Sergent, Ky., Dec. 26.-Levi Mul-
line, aged 101, father of Ira Mullins,
w.io waa killed in the Youn Gap mas-
sacre, and the ollest man in eastern
Kentucky, Is dtal at him home on
Lower Elkhorn ('reek, in Pike county,
where he hat resided for over three-
quarters of a century.

Crew of Shipwreck Given Jobs.
Washington, Dec. 26.-It has been
announced that the men who operated
the Ill-fated lightship. No. 58, whica
sank recently off Nantucket shoals,.
have all been given employment in
the service, having been assigned to
duty on the various lightshlips along
the coast.
Baer Declined to Talk.
Philadelphia. Dec. 25.-F)r the first
time in toe history of the anthracite
board of conciliation President Baer,
of the Reading company, has attend.
ed a meeting of that body. Ilis visit
was brief and on leaving he J-clln,d
to talk.
Cut To Pieces.
Haiiiniowil. In I D'c. .',; --T'wo mnen
ha e be'tt kllll 'l t tir 'he l,' .wi e car
wolk ks Aft, r ,itgg.rig tie crusht,'l
x).ly of Frank \Wcwhalkl from under
the car w.ire' John P.erhalkil went
hack to work. He hlime1tf waA cut
to pleces under the w.ihels 15 minutes
after .
Wife May Succeed Husband.
Canmilla. (va. Dec. ?2.-Mrs F W.
Brtnimberry may the named postmlstrree
ore to siccrd her husban,1 who torok
bis own life last Tu*day It is undtir
sto<"l teat fiends are at work to have
h, r appointed to 'he post idn

The Cure Killed Him.
Obunhmua. 0 ic 2 i.-Allen M.
Bowlani. of lancater, is dealt m
paralyss of the heart. superinodoed
by headache powders.

Reception to Mr Bryan.
Manila. [ec *, -Tbousande of the
rit:,ti ,f MIani' attended a r'sceptke
glvn 'h, Rika to meet WIUDam
Jmnalngs Iryan.
Low Rates to New Orsleans and Return
Via Atlantic Coast Line


acit i.a to build the flrst trA in Eg The Atlantic Coast Line annonCees
g ant,l be JevoOed e4ci tiv, v vto. m. that it wall *11e ticket from all poiate
tor %' t1,i.t t. It I'pr,.ioe. to run oa its lines to New Orilea*e, a and
the r,,.: tfo:' lodon to Irtighton return on leeulber T7. 28. 29. IO. at
-- --. the rate of oee lraf -eta fare. pals o2
Trans Are SnowbounI coats for the roond trap. Faral limit
I l"P,, Ti t\ ., I'. r ; .of all tieketa will beJaauary 6th. I&*.
to, of U' '" : i .. d prior to uideatgh of whiehb paseear
s.itt a ,', \\ n -'tt. ir X a'* must revch oertc al starting points For
S 1, arIlnt rp r .. further ibformstio ee Allsaatit CoeIs
*. '.ini TO' a', : *"k 'Lisee asgotsor write Fraak C Boyls-
,.;' ar '. ..I i .x( tooe. [itareet Pafee@r AgeCt. Jaa.l-
1s 'otvilt. Fla.


*1iriccnsnot "ibybt 6" ealt
~I~e~i~ jteuless tart towils art :%prope""*oedan. A
D eliate SIMsgjh 'I(c 1cr '8 acoatm4 t#b" e. at'#vsttt
toss'red "Vou. C4rrectoat64"eby g"Ietg
lw, 3 9*mliJosirs of Ayer's hIs),. G mleift f iv1011.
UF3D"fVP an "Ole, aIstauve.
Childrens


I -


The question
df Title the
flrst consid-
eration for
the Investor.


C


THa ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT 60., Il
ESTABLISHED 18.

Renders reliable services of every sort along the line o
Land Titles in the State of Florida, particularly
Alaehua county.

SPECIALtIE: Abstracts of Titles; Tax Sale mreliea
Agets for Nm-Reldest Land Owners; Plat4s f CouUtl,
Town, Etc.

References: First National Bank of Gainesville. H. F.
Dutton & Co., Bankers.


Ustabiina.ed4 1 878

B. F.I DTTTTONT 00.






Do a seaewal baa badness. buy and selU Foreign and Domnestie Ezebae.
The asoo0vo ofa baskers,orporpoUow, farmers, merebants and other
rTeelvoa (orafvlrbe srm. Speielal faluttes fo masi1ng oollee ta on ail
Melbo poDtiS the Unittd States.


G~~Il VII~T:sLEc


"FTLORTTI A


iEST.Al.BZS1HED 1869.


H.F.DUTTON&CO.
S--DEALERS IN-


Sea

Sea Island


Isla Cd. Cotton.


Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine.
Leather in Strips or Sides.


Walrus


Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
Sea Island Cotton Gin. and Supplies for Same.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, U S A


G


So


MERCHANT & CO.,


Retailers and Jobben in


Staple and Fancy Groceries,

1rals, S1r1se Seed dal FerUllzers.


SOUTH SIDE SQUARE.


GAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA.


Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prtduee.

A Complete stoek of Hay Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
and Rye. Wv handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
IST PRTO S. and guarantee satlsfaetion alwayr.




JOB PRINTING

Se-d"'. YO rz Order to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


CLYDE LINE


FOUIR BAIZINa0S E&,AC:I WWE
BETrrw .N
Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. S. C both ways.
Th nIat Sttumps IB the Ceastvls Service
The Clyde New England and Southern Line&t
Direct Serrie Between JACKSONVILLE. BOsTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
SXZ-WXEXILT SAIIA LIZT(
Southbound .............. From Lewi' % hart, Biston
Northboua d ........... .... From Foot of Catherine st Jaekmsoville

Cve St Johns River Line
Between JACKIoNVaILL and SANIPOMD
Stopping at Palatha. Astor. St Fraimet. Bereford (DeLad). and Iatermtdiaa
Landiags on St. John River; commoeniag Wednreday. November 1,. 10S,
SrTEAMEK
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY"
Are aprotated to sell as follows: Leave Jaeaoaville, daily ea1 fttas.
day, at 8 5 p. m. Reserag. leave Saafod. dally exeopt 6endays. a iJ a. .

*Sfy .. lIED U ia enas
tat. Jemvil ....... A-rrive m
S41pm ..F.Platha. .. Leave SW
8.0-M--. Ae .. """ ,
SQ m ... . aA s .. .. SI pas
s LaO St Fran*w. Soo
Dertfo ArrTve : aa .... lea id '
100 e am a.Rlateirp ... ..0. o--
UEN KERAL PASS. AD TICKETrr o CE. i2 w RAT at.JACKaONYnj
s sea&. e mmL 9

A A" Geu-ye. sea bMftl AZ7 "i
cie"W Mmr.WSM alms.a SIS esst. fla
so MNM T w


7::======


;pl;


I


fLt~


r *. .




0F' ~'~ -


- -a- "I..-" -


''C-- -. ' ~'Y!"'V. ---.*-TI~ -lT


THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 27, 1905


I GEORGIA SOUTHERN'S

THROUGH SCHEDULE

Will Run Train From Macon T<
Gainesville Without Change.

SERVICE WILL BE A FINE THING

Passengers May Get on Train in Ma
con, and Will Not be Compelled to
Leave Coach Until Destination ii
Gainesville is Reached.
After having been on a "side line'
for six years, it is asserted by those in
authority that there will soon be a
through line to Gainesville, and the
Georgia Southern and Florida and
Gainesville and Gulf will be respon-
sible for the service.
It has been said that the Georgia
Southern baa been figuring for some
time on making a schedule from Ma-
con to Gainesville, with the result that
a schedule has been figured out to this
city that will prove a big thing for the
town. It will be a schedule which will
afford passengers a through service,
and will give them an opportunity to
oome to Gaineeville without change to
their destination.
It is understood that the Georgia
Southern hbaas arranged for a service
which will include the service of the
Gainesville and Golf to Micanopy, and
that the train will be run through to
that point. In that event the Georgia
Southern will control the interests of
the Gainesville and Golf, and this will
mean that the train will be run to
Micanopy, which will give the people
of Mieanopy a service which will prove
of great convenience.

BOARD OF TRADE TODAY.
It Will Discuss a Union Depot for
Gaineaville.
This afternoon at 8 o'clock there is
to be a special meeting of the Gaines-
ville Board of Trade. having for its ob-
ject the consideration of the question
of a union passenger depot for Gaines.-
ville.
For several months the people of
Gainesville have had this matter un-
der advisement in a general way, and
*it is proposed today to bring the mat.
ter to the attention of the Board of
Nrade and make an appeal to the rail.
road companies which run trains into
this city. The members of the Board
of Trade are urged to be present and
take an active part in the discussion.
It is believed that with a proper ef-
fort a union depot for Gaineeville will
be erected within the next six months.

METHODIST CHRISTMAS.
Sunday School Will Have Exercises and
a Fine Supper.
The Mtthodist church will deviate
somewhat from the old Christmas tree
festivities,. and have decided to hold
an entertainment at the church, to
which everyone is invited, and after-
wards will indulge in a supper at the
Dormitory. The entertainment will
be open to everyone, and will com-.
prise an Intereating literary and mousit.
eal program. The supper is Intended
for the members of the Monday eehool
and their families, however, and will
be enjoyed only by them.
A cordial Invitation is extended to
the public to attend the e*eroies at
the ehereh, which will begin at 7
o'eleek Therday evenialg.
0A--




fawed atmd split. all lengoathe ad elase
WOOD OF BEItT QUALITY and
oat4aat.l eaestafmtio with eer or-
dr. When you are is want of STOVK
WOOD please give *m a ealil. Evry
facility fOr sawig. splitting sad 4de-
llveriag wood promptly


I ,)LICIT YOUR PATRONAEU.
E. C. JONES,
Proprwtor Wood Yard. Corner U-i.
treaty aad Masoee bsreots. 4 iaie-
vil*.. Flor a.



iss onMo lorem,



LaMI' NVlTES
ud




W*IN 81 *Do-. II a*


m
U
m

D


I



'I



I


-I


)


BIG LAND DEAL.
J. W. Patton Sold to J. J. Haymans
500 Acres of Timber Land.
J. W. Patton, representing Eastern
interests, Tuesday closed an important
deal with J. J. Hayman,. the naval
stores operator of Lochloosa, whereby
five hundred acres of valuable timber
land has been transferred to Mr. Hay-
mans.
This deal was important. in the fact
that the timber transferred is among
the finest in that section, and will
yield finely of turpentine. It realized
a good price, and Mr. Patton, Mr. Hay.
mans and the "whole business" are
satisfied.
There are rumors of great transfor-
mations near Lochloosa, which will be
given the public in a day or two.
Something of importance is going to
happen in that section.
Attention, P. 0. 8. of A.
The regular meeting of this lodge
will be held this evening, at which
there will be an election of officers. A
iull attendance is desired.
Important Notice.
Gainesville, Fla., December 1. 19t5.
We wish to give timely notice to our
patrons, both gas and electric, that we I
have found it absolutely necessary to
adopt a new system. Beginning on the
first day of January. 1906, we will dis.
pense with a collector and adopt the
system of mailing the bills to every
customer and all bills will be due and
payable at our office on or before the
lIth day of the month or 10 per cent
will be added, and if not paid on or be-


NEWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

Sllips.r',tn.,"d-nt N. A. (':< f
strng l'Park arm left tw. i T r ,-
opi" p' ., o r. ( 'or ia, whit re .I i
l, 'ne.. 'o 'lted with I I
is ue o nI t r et stock akl en I r i '.
and is bound to make a os '*.- f hit
place.
A. D. PDirbv. !ornery o tL .' oiy
but now residing at Lake But:, r, t ':*,rf
he is employed by the PD:n't:, Mer-
cauttie Companyiy, spent C' ,riilnas
with his family here. Mr PDlrbty ex.
peets to be located with t.. J1 E.
Futch Company, Alaehua, aft, r Janu.
ary lit.
Phillip Miller of Jacksonvil!,. is in
the city on a visit to his fan Ily and
friends. Mr. Miller states that the
Florida metropolis Is proeperoi aind
that he is prospering himself in the
real estate business, which will be
I gratifying to thboe who know him, as
he deserves s ecees.
Attention is called to the continue.
ance of the great losing ouit sale of
the Morris.Phifer Company, which
will be in force until January 1 This
firm has lots of goods, and i willing
to saurilfle same at prices whilh are
interesting. Prospective purchasers
will do well to investigate
Engineer George Estabrook of the
Atlantic Ooast Line spent Christmas
with hi* wife here. Mr. E-tatirook is
running on the Atlantic Coast Line
and makes his headquarters at High
Springs. He has a flune farm near
Gainesville, however, and expects
some day to make his home here.
J. M. Everett, a prominent citizen
of Donnie. was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Everett is now enisaged iu the
croestie business and has a large camp
in LaFayette county, a few miles be.
yond the Suwannee river. He was en
route yesterday to Micanopy. where
he was summoned on important busi-
ness.
M. F Ostern and M F Barry,
trustees of the Forest (Irove school
and prominent citizens of \\'adt.e were
visitors to the county capital yester-
(IyT, having come on business con-
nected with their school Thry state
that the school is in excellent condi- i
tion, and that it will show up as one
of the best schools it the county.
Trueheart Hodiford has arrived from
Baltimore, where he has bern attend-
Ing a pharmaceutical college, and will
spend the holidays with his parent.,
Dr. and Mrs. J. IR Btodiford Hlis
friends are glad i soee him, and to
know that hlie |> rogressini i II.' 1.
pets to finish his work in another


I s.rm t w ilf will I. l.ui r 'f, ill r niit l
fore the Oth inst. the gase and electric co in r -
se c wl b d! ,of the dom ing year
*prviee will he disconLinuedd *nd on'.


. U.El


A Merry Christmas

and


HAPPY


NEW


YEAR


Is ot'ur tanl'lt wish for one andllt
all.


But you can't bel in a lt'a.sant
raine, of mind witli a lOifl hitting
Shoe on your foot.


BEGIN THE NEW YEAR PROP-

ERLY BY BUYING FROM

HYDE AT COST


A comfortable pair of Shoes Shoes with a
reputation. lion't buy any old kind of a hoc.
Remember, hot air won't wear, It takes
leather to do that AVE THEil PROFIT AND
BUY FROM


G.


W


HYDE.


I. El


ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
1I znooxrporatmedL
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
Attstrats of Title and full ihformatuon furnished regarding lands In hilo
county. Our manager ha lived in this eounnt thirty year# and
ie thoroughly eonvirsant with and titles.


dollar charge will be collected for re- J R. Emere..I left yesterday for
coun.eting service We are not re-. K .rkwde wher rle took a lana, E E "V O Y L E
sponsible if ublls are not received ,"' i eomrng tw
through the postofll'e. as they will tp ty. ito *s his gruTe. Mr. Emnerson FIRB. AACCIDENT. HURLOlARY AND INDEMNITY INMUkANCK. Repre
regolarly mailed This rule applies o owns ,n of the ft-rst growvs in tih hunting a number of prminont A merla and lish c sompaies.
every gas and eleitric light consumer 'Sttr, and it s a|. rriellated i .y lh>.. t REAL EWT AT AND ITY t O .
Therefore be governed accordingly, as who -. it Many f t he party whmr l- e rll ord
this system wll be rigidly enforced bea ecomanied wave never s-. en a-
and the following rate. for rvelrihe twKar grange trio-, with the result T k Th A I
and the following rates for electric
"Take The Atlantic Coast Line
current will be in effect January l.t, that they will apprelate is more kee Atc C ot Lin
190l : McCormick A hlow., the irocers,
50.(WE watts and under, le per M have received a new delivery wa..on FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
watts from C (' Pdrick. and as a eons.
80.000 to ).or0). 12c per M watt quienee are haih I isto one of the v ia t val Via
20.0OU to 0,( lor %per M watts har.dsome.t and l.st which have tjeor A DipoLs sa0i0 Iao P t e() m. i r
800,000) and over. go per M watts, r or wIm sjp Jo'sealsne
Special rates made for power fur. turned out from that faelory, whieh os i l l la.ttnee jt.....l 1.. C eteme
pose. saying a great fd* al The public should
Illuminatng tgas. $2 26 per M feel proud of ,i. ,sstottit'an. whi-h tpid Tralitt aid S'erti fiuct.-"**, lUroe
Fuel gas, $2 prM out only turns utit the "proper utiff"
A diseunt orip er cent if bli busgivesemply stoairnTablesreApril1
paid on or before 10hi of each month. jbu givee mphyn,- o I r. nun- Time Tb in ffet Ai 0, Ip.,,
Re.pelstflly. her of eip.rnee ein. ipersfo OAIlNnV.ll.. rive t A Oro
(1AImNsvr.t UII & ELtrtr-c P.Iwa MlisClaoda l'radley. formerly of
Ovr Wacahoota but ,w resdinbt tn Jak 5:oppm High PHprn1 g and later lS Iam
Christmas Holiday Rates sl.nville. passed P~ ?Vgh the elly yi iIla y mediat 'Polnte Daly
s Att i t rdy rote I her home where
The Aolanc opportunLin. to vise it ter she will ; d a fer1 days with 1h'erpm (Oe4la,. Le-burg cad Tampa. and 40pT
ery one a opportunityWv to ..t hedr I to Po lotrs Po.t ly
homes and friends, wll ell tickets as- per~t. Mr s .r t1l Bradley I Dil larm.dle Pn
ooast of the Christmas holidays te*- M iss radley states that travel te very 1 Opm PalaItat Jaskaonvillt I p
w***a all poinate at one and nom.third e "tdh now, a.4 that alle was eow- Ia0lI Plorth, at and Woeet Daiy
farm plus twenty-flve (25 reents for J11ed to wa't J*mko"ville s or ho r l p Hif1 prti, lag roe. lavaiah, ruai I Is pl
the round trip. Thete liets will tb land forty itr,':-, befer she ld Air Aaa all h Nr. Se Wee Dly
Ollllon sal. be ?.d 74h. 3Ib, grel i.e~m te, sIt, t"eke, window Dally I Albany, AtlaaL all P, itnwia r11 10" 11 wilt [Jlly
ao sale Demrber 2M. 33d 741h. 36th. vl re se*** so''- ( "e ts low
ofth. slaw)aMd Jau4ry1CHRISTMAS AND NIW YVAR'S.t I m .t,.a-,,* Meaui-nesupyd atS 6 sireSm
of s*Iam imary 4th Daily Daiy
For etldesea ad teacher. thes. same O Ho,,+.. C, .
rales will aly with the eseeptioe" Th the 10am Tm
tha they will be ea *sle Ietember Teiho t b gh Prltp D
17th M2th, h telsdlee. These ttkes s* We h eog *, Hidm e .M- e e*4a
ewli sely be sM tledntse up pro.e boned Chrietmas saad ew Yearead. .d..
.a..stino a a e sagnes l laed by the so whwtelb w:** I,** tisl p ~ .pw M e Tae, d ver ISlIll es g tWhe prla.
I A ofth CentMa o -*o,, Ya *Jl. e. ,aOftssl- ** eas-.- u__- -"- y I eInhih -
P.^ o t 9 Ch Tal, we very Mae a" K y P0l r a"eer Poet TM- to UV TW. A3-h oa.
All of.thmis ho habele dugtp sde^-o.nU,. se I ohm*A mae U.." ada.


Agelt. Jae maiIe e i. d, -- A4 l .,
l-- H11ar .t FAK .C 1OYUrTOU. 0"f Pta" A., W, D. WTAYL, Traw rae As.
If tois Sebw Iis un Te U j l W 1 S .nyTt Atea lM, JasWVe.li, Fri
. hCado Ef C l ooYd adeI4sI t e the I f. IKMlgIOW. TM' M18r. W. J ORAlO. (e* Pfae AL.,
Suseta-r M W akt" M -d wd Mw, iwt l- Jo6" Ithe hbln. Wtitmagstama. 1 C Wllmhtatso N 0.
troed rogm Mem. Wiew' IG Peb n meas ii as.ad h ro n palo
li Opra. -l shl tkIn. OniS u pmnft31i. Who a powe sW I el iaM


web" g twa=-SA Advertise in THE SUN
-^^a^^ ^^-^rw^^i^


__


_~


~T.n.. _Ir


I


! ter wheh wll r mnlev hi m Jin


eMi by
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
talamesvlll, Florida.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED








THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE, FLORIiA DECEMBER 27, 1905


4


DAILY



3asered a, utbe Pl, B0e* at Gainesvllie.llM.,
as seoordl4-els ai matter.
f.. .R, OSARtY....... dltor and Pub~l.ebr.
W. W. AgHLBY .. AWkoeftce ltor.
-4--- -
JZ E I.LMURTZ.............. C'tv 'AlI r.
LOUIS J. BiUMBY. (en'l Traie;r, Agent.
IM. PW TT. ..... Supt. Conjitofni Rt n)omr.
OPICE: PORTER BLOCK.
aV. Mata Strect, .. .'TILLPFIONE 43-2
T a DArLY u-N, ;published every morning ex-
0 Mondasky, delivered 1,y carrier in the city, or
Allod tosany pert of the Unitcd States, postagt
betrf$5s year: 12.1o .j months: IS.25 three
amoths;or So cent' fr five weeks-s-trictly in
dancec.
Reading notices in local column to cents a line
for first insertion, aud 5 cents for each additional
Insertion.,
Rates for display advertising made known on
application.
The Twice4-Week Sun is an eight-page, forty.
column paper, published every Monday and
Thursday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any part of the United
States or Canada, for $i.oo a year-in advance.
All advertising bills become due after Brat
appearanceof advertisement, unitess otherwise
stipulated in contract. Parties not known to us
Will be required to pay for advertising In ad-
vam. Address, TIlE DAILY SU6N,
OGAltMV.I iFLA.

There might have been some. smoke-
less powder used on Christmas Day,
but It wasn't noiseless.

If men were to Judge the future by
the past they would be so discouraged
that they would feel like giving up.

Yuan. Bbl Kal, now the leading
statesman of China, is said to equal
the eminent LI Hung Chang in diplo-
mnaoe. ---_ _

It is not much enoouragement of a
graftless State to learn that New Jer.
sy owes nothing and has $8,000,000 in
Ilt pocket._
New York's 400 has been reduced to
Seventyonne, 'leaving 821 persons
wboe oe141al fame Is that they are In
the has-beena lass.

The ladies of Tallahassee got out a
Obristmas edition of The Daily Capital
tha we so bright it reflected mooh
credit on their ability.

A daielng school is to be added to
the Ualvenlsty of Ohleago. At least
the daneing teacher will be entitled to
call himself "professor."

John D. Rockefeller has drawn
$8,000,000 as his share of the Stand.
ard Oil quarterly dividend of $10 a
share. The total yearly dividend is
40,OUO,000.
It Is said that LaFollette had his
hand on the back of his chair in the
Senate, before he called to Jim Da.t
vidson to "let go the hawser" of the
governorship.

At a Soelalist meeting in Philadel.
phia a speaker was called down by a
policeman for denounelag President
Roosevelt as the "advance agent of
the Czar" Gueas Nick woold like to
have the advance agent eanoel a few
dates

When t(neral Hlobt'rt E. I.ee was
offered a very large salary for the
uSe of his name as president of an
insurance company of the North, on
account of the high esteem In which
he was held by the people of the
4outh, he replied "What inflaenoe I
have with the Southern people it not
for ale." If we had a i.'w sueh men
as (.General Lee now the country y would
be better off Hle nvo thb .' rt of
Christian getiileuian that w,- ias,. n*ed
of at the present i.inr

The Christmas tIra >.f ,t t.siu, i:,.
was a hummer. antid th,. st.r* *rr


crowded uiatti I late :4at rtay vigi t
with bujete. Som~e %f tht're mr~maa.to
opened thte r 1,atevs Af Itivitirs.it, tite.


yT
a: = ----__ ___ -^ _


THE STATE PRESS.

A letter from Tallahapsse advises
us that Tuesday the 8uprime Court
rerdered the decision in the case to
re'st the constitutionall'y of the Buck-
,mut bill. The law was sustained, the
(oitirt deciding that it is constitutiinin l.
14 is fort unate that it was found toi be
so, for now the University will not be
hampered with the question of the
validity of the law any more -Sum.
ter County Times.

All of uP, pro and con, now have a
tempting opportunity to subsid, into
graceful silence as to the alleged con.
sritutional defects in the Buckman
edneational law. The Supreme Conrt
of Florids, after long and carefni con-
Fideration of the ifsuo, has decided
without a dissenting opinion that the
law is constitutional and the decision
at once clears the atmosphere and
assiures the future of the University at
Oalneiville.-Live Oak4)jmocrat.

The Supreme Court has decided that
the Buckman educational bill is con-
stitutional, as all good friend, of the
new system hoped would be the ease.
The opposition to the bill was not sin-
cere as to the constitutionality of it, so
much as an attack upon it, in order
that the University should not be built
at Gainesville. Whatever of satisfac-
tion t-ore may be in the decision as
to the bill itself. It is gratifying that
this sort of warfare cannot succeed.
The Bookman plan is a thoroughly
good rne, and the place selected for
the University is 0. K. Let the good
work go on -Orlando Daily Reporter.

SUNSTROKES.

The year 1906 will snon be thrown
into the history pile, See ff you can't
Improve 1906.
It is astonishing how little some of
our big States 'think of educational
matters, unless they happen to have
Institutions located where It pleases
them.
The rush of people Friday and Sat.
urday for holiday goods would Indi-
oats that there is plenty of money in
this steeion. .And the cash stores were
as crowded as any.

The President and family were en.
tertained by Vice-President Fairbanks
and family the day before Obristma
to a lonehoon. The Vioe-President
ftase the ice cream.

Capt. W. J. Hillman of Live Osk
says he will nat run for Governor. We
hope all the available will not step
down and out, for we've got to have a
Governor, and the time is getting
shorter every day.

There is such a turpentine oraso on
that a business man who had the front
of his store decorated for Christmas
with some small pines had to watch
them all the time to prevent turpen.
tine men from "boxing" them.

The Telegraph would indicate that
Stare is a busy town. It has lots of
local news, is neatly put together, and
a strsaler would judge from its ap.
pearance that Starke was a city of four
or five thousand population. Soch pa-
pers should have the support of the
entire people of the city. no matter if
everything don't "Just suit" that ap.
pear in its columns lhe a man and
support the pap.r that help, all.

A peanson bureau to take ears of old
and faithful employes lung in ih@ s*r.
vies will be eetabaished by the New
York Coatral. the Lake Shore. the
Mlehiga OCntral. and the Cleveland,
Claoianal, Chicago sed St. Louli.
under a deelilon sesehed the past
week by directors of the several corm.
paaie. Committees are s eharg. of
the detlsa of the plans, and It is ex-
peeted that definite aeeonoeemens will
*', made to the employee in a few
w,-eks The scheme will be carried


1lW 0 'newhat alonL the fr eral liaee
,liow>-dI by the pension plan of the
i'l aIe) ivarta system


fo enoon of t'hristina. al had a ard How'a ThiCs
time to get the- stoe rti*l < ih s th.eydrare r
sould el, e at u s s t n I I e ..r t. 1 as We off v H undrPa I !ar* Pe.
tcold ughs at 12 nowohn. It elrni ; wars 1 ,r any ega* ot eatarrh that ea.
though everytxly had easy mon,,n, t at l
they wanted to spend There' as the. 1 11 bt tW ofordner on the Fspret., no r Jr CwsaY JCo .Tolodo
g, oN overy fe mhe w re thiide way \@We the undersgue, bd. have Lawn, F.
eM. ad hery fw mn made thrir aI.3 'Cheney for the last s18ear., ad bo.
peeasee who were the wre for i. k~t* him perfeetly honeovble ,e all
qWer. Tew m *ey that was 0.It to, b t.se trea ,eies th sa"d raeta411y
make people happy to Ohrotata, 0M. did not cal.. them by hOis *tJ
sore beat the day following. There K AMNaN.d a .
SWholesale o". Toledo. 0
are alw p ts f*W ewepMtumo to Tir y 'Iiai'saota Cuare te takes inte.
nle. so these n y be sla this Motae ,. i.ail). aetua& dtrlsy upoa sae btlod
blt 0le ~eMIS -G a very 6a4efac- t d-4 m**s *urtiMee of the
W O to .eai aedo, a the 1 am. e at e vfl m W 4 M
400b* wbtoy "ndW"e ft thr k t*he tae alt Fs a h ee ems.
Ir soe sHl' % ,Mum.M


WOMAN SHOT BY NEGRO.

While Doing Christmas Shopping On
Crowded Street.
Atlanta, Ga., D, c. 26.-Mrs. Mairgar-
et Reinwater, an t,.lerly woman who
lives at Blandtotn on the Seaboard
Air Une railroad, was shot and serd-
ously wounded L.v a negro on Marietta
street, in front ()f Sharp's drug store
late Saturday aft( moon.
The negro escrap.d.
Mrs. Reinwater was shot In the hip
and while not considered dangerously
wounded, It is thought by the flospital
officials that ta( wound may result
Jtally owing to Mrs. Reinwater's age.
No cause has b-ee'n given for the ne.
gro's deed, and it is not known wheth-
er the shooting was Intentional or
done accidentally. Mrs. Reinwater
was carried to the hospital.
The shooting caused the greatest ex-
citement In the neighborhood, and
many threats wre made against the
negro. Owing to the large .number of
persons on the street, however, it was
Impossible to identify the assailant
w:io fired the shot.
Later Officers Rosser and Norris ar.
rested a negro who gave bhi name as
Henry Clark, on suspicion of having
done the shooting. He declares he is
Innocent.
Beef Trust Jury Completed,
Chlcago, Dec. 2v; -The jury whidh is
to try the plea of the packers tiat
they were promised immunity from
prosecution for furnishing Information
to Commissioner Garfleld, nas been
completed. The taking of evidence
will not be begun until after Christ-
mas. It took n early two weeks to se-
lect the twelve n.n a.


SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
W-". M."TOIII-SON, Ga&.xes-v-rlle.


No Sunday Theatricals. -
LAporte, Ind., Dec. 26.-The council
of this city has passed an ordinance
prohibiting theatrical performances on
Sunday and providing a fine of not
lesa than $50 nor more than $200 for u
each offense. The ordinance cannot
go Into effect for two weeks yet. ,
tIofcot w y In a Company that is Reaporsible. Have a Policy Correctly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Shoppers Drnve Clerk to Ch(oroform Pays Losse Promptly
Logansport, Ind Dec ?4.-hthausL
ed by Insistent ('hrlatmaa shoppers
Lawrence KIrsaieftr. aged 23, of Fort Y ou I A re A ss I u r
Wayne. employed in a department
store. took choroform. Ph).ysicians s ay. -
o. r,,.to li, 0That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
% refuge.



NN A Fire, Lifre, Accident and Health \m .a
I||IIISlO M N A )None but Reliable Companies Reprepented.
0 4a oe a ta "a I@as In r a. A
whel kavey bIt mflleS d for oove twenty yars. V
SOa L say h -tfas'e s Toiv .i'a m e .o

So Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

bu a o ror W
eTheDowe AV % AWJ% V r'%AtP'%Af

vn A n IA nn 1 a. e- l. -


b r oi 6ee9 aC.vot hes 0e s OCT.Y
Owngama Co, Cxi m w mm


GRINDO


Laxative Fruit Syrup
Plant to10 Isko
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chronic con-
tapation by restoring the
natural action of the storm.
ach. liver and bowels.
F Kake by J. W. -tlla a t'*.

min as WOMu

maeeles. m. mbeaea.
INU ais9M 4 neei@ara.

__ I 0 t I liU w
At e 0 '0 1


PARTIAL YPRICELIST OFi

Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt'..

KXPRENS PREPA ID. Bulk Gweod,-Jngv Fiw-Net PrepaWd
rull Qt. Measuirei. 4 Qt aQts 111441. 1 1 OIl We r G&11on:
Hunting club live ... 1E. I G 14 00 15v Hc.. mcurn (;ogirra*
Nelsun (County RIO-. I 10 1 Um IPer Lalion
I R v P. 'n. Corn. Rum. Flue qua~t)y.
Motiograw Rye .3 30 Iw' 00 ,u
liA"'s -44- Rye 3 75 Nt W'. V -W IHlve i4-riCorn. Ruin.Heat for the nwozp,
Social ........4 NO 6* k) 1:, 1. ,$3 t, lPer G I~aw:
Malt Wbhikey I H? 5 4Be Pra~'i abd Appie Breandy. M-ftw
ed by age.
PeachBrIandy 37?, u M 14.01Per IjaUiA
A pi,. Drandy ......3 h (0 95'Fil Vletoria -s. ocia l Droje Rye Me4$e~u
JHoUapdt'iU.* 1 4 2S 1. 31%uir
(;eneva (All 3 h 10 9 ki MI P1t.SheaBE
N orh CargLrN & tOrn I0 4 v" *""I Faa'taff [eer51
Mouintain Corn 5 9 ho Ytra i'aje
Jamaica Rum 1 -0 4 2111 Terd 10
Grapdftwd am3 1% till 10 Malt. extra datk i5
bliag f oI't aed urbm 2 .6 5?tit) skioburger if4.rted5
k~~~~ng~~ HafttBubc CI ~ 4 At@. tints .. .
Asourtmett Aovued on All Goods (it Same i.uirinem s tout. ;dsti,
40 1 Pries b ibte br.: on appliesUog.


WtADlt T


HANNE BROS.,


as. M. O AAn. Preideoat
Gso. W. HVDs. Vise-President


Ji('KNITOuLL,
F"L


H. E. TATUM Cashier
I.as GRA AM. As*s. COhter


THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O AWIIE8 7SVIL.L*E.

THE ONLY NATIONAL RANK IN ALACHUA MO

Capital........... .. ...........$50,000 00

Surplus and Undivided Profits... 30,00o 00
uIoes p *Vt s11M& b-s.* with rfaIte eQaa o eaa WbWaa t M a 0 1m1-ft-
he a W of rmue Mevm tm. cer M o.9 At a bow"
H. i. TATLOil,,o.


I-t MRI An



AID- BUT e
PAINM


B. F. JORDAN



INSURANCE






\ 1


p


t

I


-








THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVITlt, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 27, 1905


NEWS FROM ALL eT Food That Does Goo

PARTS OF FLORIDA

BriEf Happenings From Varicus
Sections of Statce I .cTau ...n a 1*.1 ue (n.r
-.... -m T rt .. LA. Cbtarrb, PneumonM,
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVFNTS commptles sd all Plmoenary Dieam. All
DrugxWi two ala ULand M 1.
Transpiring in "The Land of F owners. TRIAL BOTTLE REE BY MAIL
Things "Boiled Ocwn" to Suit the toallmilaaadd to
S edOMU1SoON CO. 9I Pb. Sitmet. New York.
Busy Reader-iternris of Irterest to


SHERIFF IS SLAIN IN COURT.

Insane Man Also Took a t at the
Judge But Misse

I vrd. i :i w ne. n t i. I
Shti ft 11cr;ry SnhlT3 :1,I .
In judg. Wlite~s c(11111
Hie t-.,%'iirvd 1ne ,itT
tint t~~c Wille't milslot o'i >
thlin Ti- c deown lt he' -, I ling
to the i !v,'s chartlwi- !.xll Cilt
of the coirthouse. it cvcAt
onlo eN lit wvmpted to !r. .1
*AssOC3ItLJudge liih':: it-I1,w
TioI m an~d ruisbed to h i- W a kr (


All Classes. ASSAULTED IN HIS OFFICE. thru.s l> te volver In' o offle.r's
Daytona is iif.t-td with hohooe who -- face hut ,i not shoot \ ',, rian
camp near the city. Robber Uses Former Asemtl') man through town and ha fr the
Thp D)unnellon A.lvocate, although Very Roughly. Vichy ',lilon
shy on \.e(-,lO *.New.Y(11" 'v I cn l > An an_,-l )X>Ma st-1 An ;:* ;ntr"uilt i
shy on printerR, gut out a very goodJ (* ..Im A ll d e st ;i Just
Christmar edition,1 ... .. .. .. and ie jit
Sl), I.:,a i a,..< h .,i r n .. .. as he is entering the . :
Orlando will evolutionize the fuel lo (. ,i.i. %as o., .., .: :.,41 Wh,n the members A ,;.p Ix s.s'
problem. Peat i the t)bet and health- Uff ; :. It L \; , caught up with him. \\ :itli ii
iest fuel for the grate a -.n u a aker a i .- . his pi,' l ,t them., e8'11 -1 t
The flying machine will help t 11o ;ni ,.i ; '1.et',n ,! No one WaS
draw a crowd to the Expo at Ja ekson- h!..-I w ith v rl .,, .... \\h n \\: '.ir t' pl.'. .: -', 1.
rile. January 4th to l'-h. but \\;.I rt )\er i h .1 : aiway anl : .
Tourists are beginning to arrive at :.I i,- un ler arti :t a ,, n',rs '.hoot h!.:,.
Pensaeola in large numbers, and th n h po.t, l;.- :.l.. Coh .hnc.1
deep water city is one'more hero-If t i ,, ,1(l, vr) , Coughing Spell Caused D'eath
again. i %tal- old. "IHarry lntckwell, ai',-l ? .'!) ytars,
'I B.oomt :-o had ., ch ke, t, death early St..t.,rdity nw r,.
It will take the St. Augustine l c ah arly y y r
... .. .. al ; ii-. \ .. 1 1 'i\.t '. i ij at hii hom e in the Ipre- i., of hia


through with the Christmas tree pro.
grams.
The Apalachicola Times is bound to
have a harbor at that place and liro.
Johnston is doing good work for the
enterprise.
Miami is coming to the, frjnt on the
fish question, and one day last week
68,000 fish were shipped, mostly Span-
ish mackerel.
John W. Pope of Jacksonvil!e has
gone to DeLand, where he will form a
law partnership with J. Hall Brnmsey,
county attorney.
Peter B. Bogart of Milwaukee
caught a shark at Daytona that meas-
ured eight feet. This is the first man-
eater caught in two years.
Some of the men of Vest Palm
Beach are of the opinion thit if there
were less talk and more digging in the
matter of drainage, the people would
bare more rich land to work.
D. W. White and his son, Benjamin,
of Pensacola, have been placed under
arrest charged with enticing Mis Min-.
nie Howell, 15 ears of age. from her
home on the naval reservation.
The Jasper Supply Company is the
name of a new mercantile firm to open
up business in that city with the new
year. Other industries will soon be
started. antl business prospects are
good.
A Tampa lsw firm is seeing a client
to get their pay for Paving him frn,


( i ;11 i sTL ,: ln he f" .. ; e ..

the i ll l. i.i Iii . Ii 1:. n t

1iN r l: On

r t> li. '1 o t':n ,l I '. i ;i;.n r,

1! tini tii. o niho re t re ,i il C .t
wh re t.ie.v lh at li iiilni onii uiI ; I
wn t m n('( ,ciolis,
Policemen who heard the v' ctlrn '
cries. rushil to his reortic, and a .t
Stims dihpiifearing In th, ,ffhl<.' f
,Lis father In 'he amen- lniti'llnii lI>
waIs in;a!:y taken nftler n 7 iL'O,
Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the torture of Rev. 0
I). Moore. pastor of the Baptist ehurch
uf Harpersville, N Y., will interest-
you. He says: "I suffered agonies,
because of a persistent cough, result-
ing from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
ting up in bed. I tried many rem.
edies without relief until I took IDr
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion. Coughs and Colds, which entirely
cured my cough and aved me from
consumption." A grand core for dise
eased conditions of throat and lungs.
At all druggists; price 50c and $1 00,
guaranteed. Trial bottles free.

Workers to Make Direct Request.
\'Il:k .-'arr, Pa I -wc .'*; ff''iital,
of th* I'rn.i.'N M:.i W\\'tr rs h.%i% ho -
c ;iro-dl ', ,' < ;llthFra < 1'Pe a, l o is-


prison. He was convicted The irm r ... ,i .I ,, he. I, '*!,rni. h ,. i
got him a new trial, clear-d him. and ... t ) : .n ,,.i
now he refuses toi whacik *ip nis f i 1 i I .- *, -.. i.. ;i r'.
people ought to do time r, n T ... f. '-lv v .11., o( if
The celebrated case against Nlr ne'.. I' '..t P'r.-' i \\,1 ,
Helen Wilmane-Post of S-abreez for o' (f -.' !I I C (t C Ion ea' .
fraudulent use of the mails will come 4 1 l, ni *' ',I jf,. ii.._
up next month, and only one of the i .. ,, 'ltt '. '-i,, :. '*,.:-T'.r A
offleials who started on the case is left ,l ti ,' ,' 1 t ,' I 'Pr rn,
to prosecute, the others being dead or' J, M '' li. r. e*, '
removed from office. if F r 'Ilin. 't n : e ..or
Florida has had a fresh honor con.- A ** r' R* : 1o t
ferred upon her. At the meeting of' f ':lai)
the National Not Growers' Asociatin
recently held in Dallas,. Texas, Dr. J. M .. Dooley" I. Dead.
B. Crie of Orange Heights was or' .
S. or ,'f Ir * .**r. ;,
imadae flit ice-president of the organ- i 1 % 1
station. The genial Doctor is moving i ,', ,,
steadily up toward the presidency of .; 7. i 1
the organisation. and has many friends fa ..r I ,. '
in the State who will bepleaped to see ,o .. he.r ,.r a
bith those bonored.-Starke Telegraph 1,,,, *. .. ..
burr. * r, r a.. r l ; o, ,r '
Pole Hunter Sure of Succesm. he 't. '' rr. i '. ,
Washblng:(. ID c -An'hony F'r ref. ." *
ala says *. n inrth ipo; l:: he ,,r e:, .' : ,
ed. and *bi r bthe goal is orth tIe ef th ;f.
fort The flaItlngulhbedl ar-tlc e. _
plorer rra.r (hib asasrtloa tiefore th., Howes Shaken *y Iarthquke.
National G. c*sphlfe society Flas;a er I. s.',own Md. IDr, '- t.- *',- a
pha lil' *'e fact that wirele i t;ee g f lnaco< k :n t.ae w.er rt e. i of ..
raphy wou ,! ; ar a large pert In keep e~ mtty, was stake t,y a &arlbhiA.*
tag parl' 'n 'izch wt!:e engaged In n'*; -*e.. 1.- i't r~kl d artl win,)., I
polar exploratloa ra'":,-. ra .rig the ro:e'..*.sn e :
Co. r, r" <*'y "&armed A't irterl.e.,
SO1iTNg" OF SCALSKIN, prima* *- n '-k was fe!t dl* :'- '.y
A rq ': i a' se* '!h a 41dia** *'h t.' 'r
Si Rtews b by 3 Wear Whe |eas be yi* ***- o1 T av% te i h
S. sesA.. t eato4t far .;, : 'irc r ,.N '*r.' Pa
P*aekil 'to a4eltved the wrol ,- I ,Wr ew
Its S'tn-* *ad gesemmne *e I &A te MFWirse" egFtam g
buwman h ir tqoy -a *sP -1 Iy "r"For 8IeT* *es t writers e.. W
whNM lwat anM tbe rw4s'a '. C1 f aJeof611hada
hAru tre .e w a danl vbhw i aaettd Ho of H5p w h i Ws
by a petifteroe par"M"* tat z01p* t,1 Mobilr basa wiih eraie s areae and
vitty of te tbai* at na ot oot wer lis \er t blae, b. t at ilae I woe. sad
"faaPkso* eo te ey pr Wilto n t ha t10 gr ied Smy doesee by he asweofLVte-
O e, s o lta aa" b ,t.'i M. S f..m.es.lt.l e I tel.
hriM .. ... W s M a r. %. M Sr i@.3 0 .4 .'l ef.. j .
wtow rewc of ~ smeoft *a* t 6,Mod thn t*, H.st tAo Ii
tar fSUteUw t eaae bly | **t e so* be wain shin I.
&I th *N OM c i. Prtrm. tU 1t& etoes"g a- seaiml Im
eab of -NW 0 is, beg uDukebee. Te s we se ia wodr

ed M& "s Xwet 411 S.Ib g" t b meCu..be b04m Msh l

I* T W Co." Iwtos. C i we I m
X L tl a06 "~ s ftISbIf


wife ami child. He 'otltrn,"..il n "llht
cold a few days ago m lr i 'i 1 lhit liltil
att'nlti(oll to it. y le, t,".1i y m ,orninig
he was ei-d with a tit oumghinll
which co .titiued for noi,, i ,nie His
wife sent for a physician. h it tb f,)rt
hle could arrive anoth.-r c nighing
spell came on and Duickw.-l idied from
sufflcation.-St. Loui- tilo b' l.Demo-
erast. hicomber lit. l 1i lI;allard's
Horehound Syrup would I have saved
him 25c, be0 and I$1 :old by W M.
Jorinion.
Freight Injures Young Man.
nl t .l ii (Col. 1. -*: Vi !e i A .
minth \aq truck hv , -.w toimi llnI
fr, ltht train on the Sea ,,,a, Air Line
il;rma,l and Is I) trR at *,.0 hini 0 N. Arnold In a (1) li onm!!htlon Ills
right arm was cut enflr 1> tiff and 'ilt
skull fracture.l. Mr Sinl'h Is a sorn
of T I' Smith, a w':; irtio n rilyel.'
of Win!er, anid aI stU year o0.1

To Get Officer Who Fled.
Washington, Dec. 2t- The war .he
partmint will make an a fort thrxnth
the Btate ,lepalthlent for extralint'n
priOefellnfgs to brt"ir ack to this cit y
from Mexico L.eifLasat Harry Fre-.h
water, of the Infantry. %,,
recently fled from P')rt filmu, hlle,
undu'r charre.i of finranirl Irr-igular.
Titles
Cured Paralysis.
\V. l' italy, I'. i). Tr .i, Tre., .,
writes: '\)y fir ad ti)'r n iff eriull
fitr, years with Iaralise 10 her arm,
when I was persaded to ir- itallard'st
Snow Liniment. whioh cured her al-
right. I liav also urd it f,,r o'd
sores, froetbiles and ski -riia it i eins
It des the wurk." Sold by W M.
J ihnsoui.




EL DORADO CAFE

I liaallms i-. ('iMela a Feature.
Everythixa in .'easom Cooked to I )rdir.
"Ye-TEH'i AND TIF:K4
,- .1wimlsit's
( O1 I j.E ,ho Best.
I'RIC(' 1: E4 A .EON A It1 I. X

WEST .SIDE SQUARE,



GULF IHA.MOWK HOTEl
GUI'I. I l *IN'S, FLA.

Paradise lor lunlltl d Fsidshingl

TUhs bci. a e nsew mwe.* AoS i


b 14'. -A a, swe gum
I < ,a ,e ,t 1a M. IT 0. r
ee ,,.. J .I- --,mML e .



Miss Tebeau's ,
F Boarding "d


I Day School .

P oAf153vLL5 ruMwA


CHARLES BLUM & CO., ;'
W* ,' \i


t Whiskies, Wines
i and Liquors

N0s, 511.519

BAY STREET,

JACKSONVILLE,
FLORIDA.

Agents for Pabst Milwaukee leer
S Export. p,,r bl l, d ,Ill ,per doz, $1 .:
Blo )h lu. | tl i r lb l. In 1nA. 11.': per d.:, pIl .ot *

Jung's Cincinnati Red Heart Beer.


We
oil the


LEWIS 1866. Away Above everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 Il II Ii rts . . ..... i,,
1- tlul f ( ilartl . . . . 1.' .
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 fiul i ast . . .. . 4 2)
I2 ( fill ] (quarts .... .... 12 I0
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
IlottlemI In liond I nder (loterament asporvialem.
I :II qll l ai rt (del . . 4 1)0
C MIIJ t1 full *i t1rts . . . . 5i 4)1
1' hull lal't- .. . . . 7.

BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
x Years Old:


4 fuil
,; lull
12. full


(IllalrtM.
quaiirts


SHERIDAN CLUB:
4 full quarts
t1 full qua11ts
12 full yvirtx


.4 211
.4 60
9 00


'275


We. are dealorm in everythininc in the
Li uor lirie Whimisk tr, (ins,
Wurnand Wilnes tfror
1 .54, to t; (1) pkr gKl. I


THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
DAILY NEWSPAPER. .


RI'Ve'als tho Nwm. and F'ILt.M go'verning
ValutW.
8tudiah underlying <'aui of Market
Moveimenti
Reviews, analyze and cri ticisl It railroad
ail d InJuMtrial revort4.
llai (y)mplete talj of ErnlngMn of
Prolpertl.fN
Quotes active ;andI inactive St, wk- and
llondi.
RecOl'ri the Ihla.t al otIf lIonvi and the
yi4ild on Invttnti.n at tihe prl.it.
Anmwert, without chargee, lnqliri.E4M ,c4,-
(erning Invwtine*nt,.
One w* da4ly rewemils THE WALL TIIKRIT
JOR.Al I. beAte4r ql0ied to least imyf
alMy sad Wprtably sad to advi bseft slaet.

--l'''l lq l l -I. I -
=put* .ha wei eb 4"se. 5.4.



I)<)', .IO)NES & ('().,
44 Broad rwtel, SI lk.
TH01 OI.14%T r' tWs 406MI OF WALL iITSKET.
$ l2 ia ,r, I t"Ill
INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL







Send your orders for Job Prinuting to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


C


__


_ _


7 WrIN, P" r W I .. 7


I










6 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 27. 1trP9


SBIODIES SCATTERED

ABOUT THE STREEES

S 00 Russians And 200 Chinese
Killed In Riot.

OTATIMENT OF AN EYEWITNESS

Place After Place Was Burned and
- When Riots Ceased Over Two Hun-


Your Head Clear


And your stomach free f'om Indiges-
tiri, if you would be happy with your
family and your feliow-man.
Tbe Rurent thing on earth 10 uet a man's sys-
term "ut of wbaokl'" i heavy, socf bread.
whiMh ii caused by several reason: Fit. the
material may not be good; second. the cook-
Ing may be poor. The best lour la tbe world
will make the beviett bread If Improperly
mixed or cooked. WE USXE TiHE BEST
FLOUR and our "lon suti" is knowing bow to
mix and bake It. Our bread does not ewnt aon
more tban home-made. and in many Initances
it Is so much moore psatable.
KEYSTONE BAKERY,
Phone 16. R. T. tehafer. Prop.


dried Stores Had Been Destroyed. - -- ---- -
Bodile Unburied for Three Days. COOLIE LABOR BAILY WANTED.
Victoria, 1. C., Dec. 25.--Henry South African Mine Owners Jarred by
Bmuci, of Clarkion & Co., of Vladivo. New Premier.
stok, Port Arthur and Harbin, who ar- Johannesburg, South Africa, Dec.
rived from Vladivostok by the steamer 25.-Mining officials here deplort the
'artar, was an eyewitness of the revolt action of the home government regard.
Among the Rusadlo soldiers there, and tig the Importation of Chinese coolies,
gave a grapalp story. as announced by the premier, Sir Hen.
The trouble began at a Chinese ba- ry Campbell Bannerman, Ia London,
maar where, following a dispute, a mob Thursday night.
of soldiers rushed the stalls, grabbing Pending more complete details, how.
everything they could lay their hands ever, responsible persons outstie of
Or which was discharging oil and sat. as to the outcome. In mining circles
arted tiVe baaaar with it. withholding the exprelseon of opinion
They then st fire to the place and it Is pointed 6ut that expensive prepay.
Wrined It quickly, many of the wound- rations had been made for the coolies,
4ed Chinese being then Incinerated, and that the prevention of their Im-
'rom the bauaar the soldiers went portation would entail much hardship
to the German firm of Schloss & Co., on the mine owners.
and the oocupanta fled for their lives. The latter are determined to make
'be commander, Kasoff, ordered the a strong campaign with the possible
tToope who were in barracks but in- result of serious difficulties. The cry
otead of preventing the revolting sol. has already been raised that the impe-
4iors from rioting they fired at the rial government Is terfering unwar-
windows while the looters were busy rantably with the rintis of the Trans-
60 .* vail, and many persons here look for
Mr. Buach says they would not fire an outburst of disloyalty.
ef the revolting soldiers, although they -
were quick enough to bring down their HAVE BOLL WORM ON THE HIP.
iles to kill Chine e.
TIe] Kunts & Albers, full of mer. Deolared that Cotton Growers Can Now
1 d01dl1, and the loss must have been Exterminate This Post.
40er a million dollars, for the mob Washington, Dec. S.-According to
biroiht oas after can of oil from the the annual report of L. 0. Howard,
ar and burned the place. By this' in oiarge of the bureau of entomolo-
tiMe the streets were fuJi with scream. gy of the department of agriculture.
1Sg-mad Russians and (Ohlnese. the main work of the bureau for the
Mr. Busch did not realize his dan- past fiscal year ended June 30, 1905.
W until then. Some Chinese rue.- was in connection with cotton boll
d at him with shouts of "There's an- weevil, the cotton boll worm,. Imports.
,other one!" and he fled. tion of beneficial Insects Injurious to
Of tte remainder of tragedy he can- vegetable crops and affecting the great
ot speak from observation, but he staple field crop and work in silk
ltraeRd from good authority when and bee culture.
Xasata A Albers building was burning The Investigations Into the cotton
EW-Ogee were crowded into Sampan. boll worm w rs such that cotton plant-
mad all tbe merchant steamers and ers will, It is believed, be enabled to
t'rasports were leaving Lie harbor. control that Injurious pest.
That night. Nov 13. men paid from' The invtestigatlons of the yellow fe
two to fifty roubles to be allowed to ver mosquito. the report says, have in.
-lep in a sampan in the harbor. Place dented the line of its norInwaul dis-
after place was burnei untll before tribution, ail during the epidemic of
the riots ened ovtr 200 stores hud I-en the last ituninier the results of thUl
4setroyed, Iwork wTre e ten~ilvely used In Itodies were scattered aloiiut the \lihlin quaraihe Iline.
stets and over iMM) KRusli alsi and
=Ore than 200 C('lne-e wr Hnion the dead. The bodies lay untumrl,d for
three days. when they were all h eritp All efforts have filled to fod a b#t-.
up by the wholesale anl arti.. tor burial, troubtiles thai Foley's Honey and Tar.
Comniander Katsureff flel to anlia It stops the cough, heals the lungs and
ha. I miles away. on the first day laid prevents serious results front a eold.
the troops who did not take part i ,1 N. Patterson, Nashua. Iowa. writes:
the irolng did not prevent it. p'roe I .last winter I had a bad eold on my
lamation after proclamation was tele long and tried at least half a doses
gaptHed by the fittitive commander., advertised sough medieloon and hadl
but not until he promised that the treatm.nti from two iphysielans with.
troops would be sent to Russias s 'out rittine anv benefit. A friend re-
tuick as they could Itw ttanillorteil, dl.l 'eoimen.idled Foley's Honey and Tar


KILLED 7 NEGROES;

WOUNDED 7 MORE

They Tried To Mob White Man
In South Georgia.

MANAGER OF TURPENTINE STILL:


Ponchartraln Takes Lives.
New Orleans, Dec. 2.;-A thrilling
tale of tie fury of Lak e Porc,.artrain
during the heavy storm of Tuesday
night and the shipwreck of the schoo-
ner Severne has reached here. The
schooner was blown against the pilings
near the Nortneastern railroad bridge,
and went down in 12 feet of water. Wil
lie Kalpmann, son of the captain of
the schooner, in an effort to save his
father's life. was lost. Captain Kalp.
miann, a sailor called "Dad." and an
unknown man. managed to swim to


wnhe n iacxs MaOe Effort io narm the bridge and saved themselves.
Him, White Man Barricaded Him. ____
self and Opened Fire with Fatal Re. Office and Store Robbed.
suits-Oetalls Are Meager. Waynesboro, Ga Dec. 25.-The ex-
press office at Nunnerlyn has been
Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 1'5.-Report has robbed. The entrance was effected
Judt reached here from Ewing, be- through the rear window of the office
tween Fargo and St. George, the new of J. T. Robinson's store, in which
colony town, that a large crowd of ne- the office of J. T. Robinson's store,
groes tried to mob a white man, the the express office was situated. The
manager of a large turpentine still store suffered more than the express
at that place, last night. company because only whisky was
The man, after being pursued, re- stolen from the latter. There is no
treated and barricaded himself in a clew to the robbers.
building and opened fire upon his pur.
suers, killing filve men and two wo-
men and wounding s.ven others. Dallas, T Ked W .
Details of the trouble are lacking. j Dalla, Tex., Dec. 25,--P. W, J.
Details of the trouble ae lacking. Meador, aged 60 years, shot and In-

LAWYERS FINED FOR APPEALING stantly killed his wife, Mattie Meador,
proprietress of a boarding house, and
Mrs Tagart's Plea for a New Trial then fatally wounded himselft n Dal-
s Refused. la today. Meador stated that he corn-
Wooster, 0., Dec. 26.-Trhe motion mltted the act on account of family
for a new trial In the Taggart divorce troubles. Hli wife recently moved to
case was overruled by Judge Eason. Dallas from Blooming Grove, Tex., and
Mrs. Taggart's attorney, who made tade the husband followed her.
motion, took exceptions to the ruling
with the announced Intention of carry- $75,000 Blaze In Oklahoma.
Ing the case to the circuit court. Oklahoma City, 0. T., Dec. 25--The
The court took four hours to give Oklahoma Ice and Brewing company
the decision. He paid particular at- cold storage plant owned by Adolphus
tention to the affidavits against him- Buach, of St. Louls, and containing
self, some of which declared that he j,000 cases of eggs, has been destroy-
was prejudiced and biased In giving the ed by fire. Loss is estimated at $75,-
decree of divorce to Major Taggart. 000. A meat wagon driver was ar-
He prootouced these affidavits unfalf, rested charged with having set fire to
unjust and unusual for lawyers to the plant.
make and other affidavits were a mass Doctors Could Not Help Her.
of trash. d kidney trouble for year.
The attorney who swore to the affi- "I had kidney trouble for year,"


davits, he said, were clearly in con-
tempt and he imposed a fine of $15
each upon Judge Lyman Cricthileld,
Captain James B. Taylor and Judge
M. L. Smyser. He suspended col-
lection of the fine. until the circuit
court could pass upon his decision in
the case. The attorneys made a rig.
orous protest against such a proceed-
Ing and Insisted that he place his
charge against them In writing.

LOOK TO RIVER FOR LOW RATES

New Steamship Line Will Start from
Apalachicola.
Colutinhus. (la.. INr. 2G -Predilent
Oarxill. of the ('olubuis ha brd of
trade. has recElved a letter from Apa-
lachledia notifying him that a new
steamshaniline b,'?tween th;at rity an,l
New Orleang had been estah!l-hed
Apalachlraln i1 at the mrnlth of the
Chat tahlorichi- riv'r and holnr Colnm.
bits' iprt. trne bhiilness men of this city
are nuch In'erested In the develop-
mrtt and ext-e'nson of transportation
farilltlea there. as the commercial
and manufacturing interests of thi.
city are ,tirectly h'nefited.
It is the fixed opinion of (olumbhus
business r.ien that lower freight rates-
for this city will be secured only
throiugi th. ('hattahowhese river and


writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel-
ton, Wash.. "and.the doctors could not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Care
and the very first dose gave me relief
and I am now cured. I cannot say too
much for Foley's Kidney Curt." It
makes the diseased kidneys s*und so
they will eleminate the poisons from
the blood. Unless they do this good
health is impossible. J. W. McCollum
A Co.
.- ---p-----


.. SACKTON...
Painter,
Decorator and
Paper Hanger.
2)4 East Main St., S Gainesville, Fla.

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

PAPER HANGING and SIGN WRIT.
ING a Sp.-ceialty.


Louisville &

Nashville R. R.


BUSINESs u. zu,,


D R, DxVERE B. MORRIS,





J. A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And solicitor in Equity
Real ERtate, Conveyancing and Gen-
eral Practice. All business promptly
attended to. Office next door to San
office. GAIyESVILL, FLORIDA.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,


GAINESVILLI,


FLOJIDA.


Can cell your city property, (Ia*
proved and unimproved), phosphae,
trucking and farming lands. Send him
a list of what you offer forsale. 2142m

"W E. BAKER.
ATT6ORNEY-AT-LAW,
... SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY....

GAINESVILLE, Aiachaa Co., FLA.
Office in Endel Block.


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,

D E N T I S '.

Over Duton A Co's Bant. Gaineyiple

R, GORDON B. TISON,
DENTIST.

Ofce in Miller Law Eicbange
GAINMaVILLI. FL*.

THE WEST END.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS
JOHN MENZIES. Proprietor.
119-U1 W. Bay st.. Jacksonvlle. Fla.
Faust beer, bottle and draught. Don't
fail to call on me when in Jacksonville

THE SUN

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


Commercial


Job Printing
. F or...

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blanks on Short Notice.


the rioting ,ld-eontlnue and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I boat line connectiions at Apalachlcola The following letter from one of oar
Returning Io Vla ltvoostok Mr ilunich considerr it tbe greatest enouh sad lung with (eran ,otamers. tm i order stomperss is elf espla .
v&ame acres Ixty after IdIy. oein ,ip edivilne il the world." J W. Me- t_ -e Line to Louisville, Ky.. Feb. 27, 190I
time In gross. The' str,,'. preent. ('ollum & Company H McCreart,
md a sad aHplaratnr |,. |I lr < lm R emarkable Cure. Blrmlghaa. Nashville, Memphis, tainville,. Fla.
the Slo at W oH 11, ,vral Bank President Sued. "I was muhe affliheted with seiatiae." Kmexvtllke Lelsill, (larlenatl, IDear ir: Received the priatiah
t le al i" lA( ,(1110 Andi evrral ItoIit dg ic;ReWeeUIenwrAI~iE C Nh, owiiMC.MMgwematter in due time, and will say thae
years will h re'(pilred to~ up tlhe t LA c Receiver sen w s Ed C. Nud. InwaVillellI Sedge 14Chia sadill p *its rftl atifaetory. I like e
place Mr ihuerh s1ai1 toeailmy all of the I'e ople '.let States ll all nk. Co, Ks. going about on ruches pe
thrPnKhoutn tht r.',n I ,lll and he 'lle r.th a t r Is t ke% lrcut tur nitrllla*it (I wlis.* indeed to try Ballard's Snow Lil- .. Yours trly,
and he ...r ,, t ll prt.einitt and th, 'irectrs- of lhe Pel meat. wheh relieved me I t4 OnI line operating through sleep Mas. C. CouaTsar.
-e t'f tp:e's bank on a note for ltO,:1i d.three Nk bot lles is is the areateit frm Florida. to Chica.Tt
Officer Wounds Broughton. ; T1* answer of Ith de'fel'n ant. fl!,.l at liniment I ever uotd. Have rerom- Only htne operating through sleprg l s ieafll orders toTHE 8U*
rinvll!e Ky I,. ::, Antony t :e same tim. a Insit.l- I' n1aking of a mended it to a number ut perisns from Florida to St LoA.oi with dining
trougiihton .wa hoti i rhatptri r o ., but says it was i ue, without All esprres themselves a bs ile bene- nie s irvl inge ar .rv.. .n the th,, ...
sall) w..unded by A-.,i,.,it, ,'hrt f rieratilo and it had t en relesal. oted b, it I now walk wihtuut Trough souri sleepers to Califr.HU OU
I'.1itc 3Jil Stniith, whon l Ai s.lit, 'lietwharged and su rre"td d by the erutohe, able to perform a great deal n ALn viU IIIl
(htif of 'oli ,v Shlulr att rrrat him hark Wfor len's apPntnim nt as of light labor on the fate e. For information al to rate tol Alachua eoonty is 4 e
M!hi irtd la. e. u tu tttlk rin ,lver and11. oldby W M. Joh on. poali North sad Wst.i lleorwie andI A ahu ominty ao ies lred s
ro1ou in *to sto1 the LaOripe andd Pn imml R wr t iles wagon road. M pi..as
other '%, riktng S th.:e htle te in T*a o GEO. E. HERRING, `." '.eP s, SSa
ri SSi te I'a l oftesl follows larppem Hi s tf t me toe gtork a 8ka *. *U 30ew mille,. e,0a0 peea
S<. ,h ," lty titt, hbut never follts the se of Foley's Gr1n. h ',na s 25 --4'.este rFl. P re. At. LA. L. L d. oe. s orts perou, sei M ,
of J(w 'tl 'n 1, e :ll':t of )0c st oney and Tar. Is e res lagrippe iV a t aru mal carrier, brvke his doeoaiey. p otes isa agop. ,
ot y %ant v4! r, iI n spurrva. a'A ai r hase acar" $gIM o W II r. J"I11K Fl;.I ue" yeo, o on. pintiable, u ,
<$evdt t o Ine : 0.k e mrrheb and pr *vents patumoons &a W d l eg se. oefs.p
eiltsumptioa. Ask for Foley'b Hnmey This w 'w *wnty-tet ba l .. ea. ll wlkaa of oMWiy,-"
Tran RMan Wd ald Tar and refuse spy sbust.te of- be broken t-s body sin e h -The Florida T- lk o .
pw ork. 1k : W > bt. t f r-e Mr. tI. Vaeer. 167 teaed born twttv f. or years M His le ts
toe wli 0oe open . .st niv., ur tr.t (l,.Ch Wg. .Ww "my, w.e had, a l s '-A e ve Fruit and Truck Grower, Hii -IUa -'.,
aumn. lag'ri ar.id na hat.ve bees thst lre furteen__bmesbes, two pi
eaeles on t.he 1.i..r ,of the <,ta a a tf r r ase of lagrippe ime yea rs L ,. r w ard P I r,
heavy Now Y ok ('Ntr.ai ;ocomo,~v,, asl tad at left he' with a errtble _I tLJ 'oT.r' **Ipsthe UCalemmsy of Fled,
driawti alatese t r In a t:,'I- t h r1 ugih She tried a bottle of rotes A erfil t. L ar aal .u gf.e
ran wl4d t11a1 h Ita llem and tiu& Ia Hione'yamlndTraad(a WI la 4immdae* *o eTsar S.** a*. an sla 0m les--*
ame to a standtlll wre-ke, shott iit relitf.4%3sA theat od bee sOh oa fea"f l h5t t Phave to entb e Siglt Ep l d C I aI se Ie
sM*ed ite a aieeOtlive of the Her entirel,." etiw. aseoUs0tto.1 J. W Ihe tIei*l totee of pile Im ea" --- .--.. t ree westi
g ,..... si, M y_,w "-Cams'A.... see olly q." wer Navy A ha. m. e ay .lus odma.tl I n ie. s Ise s iw e ss&
'- ..d... 0 ....t..ivee YW4& pa. .. ie-. l a. h- s ee blind. 4*e, pespoally to e li M f A three M t tw~ot*elitwfe 1111
-.. ___ - l--a lll, lllmllmmpllm q s!,l~he fmitma" W e"W a ---sno f"sea m b
ewe usailt.0a Ma e ams. lli tilemi s be oft m ol s ep It a1 .-

r~, *~Ab


IN .-J Lwa


@,


4







THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILE. FLORIDA, DECEMBER 27 1905


CZAR WOULD TAKE


MATTERS IN HAND


Expressed Self Heatediy With
Referencer to Min.a:trs.

MEN ISSUE A NEW MANIFESTO

Agitators Are Murdered by Peasants
Who Are Enraged at Their Attacks
on the Emperor-Revolutionists
Make Attacks on Police.
New York, Dec. 25.-A cable d!s-
pahii to Tue Herald from St. Petters-
burg, dated Dec. 22, says:
At a meeting at Tsarko(-Selo the
monarch expressed himself in very
heated terms with reference !t tae
want of agility pf the ministers to
meet the situation and gave them three
bours to come to some decision. Fail.
Ing this, the emperor said if they hadl
so lost their heads he would take ti.e
reins into his own hands Inmmediately
and would call a meeting of his mil-
tary council to consider the advi.ahbil-
Ity of declaring tWe whole of lussia


BOY DEAO; GIRL ILL.

Immigration Laws Separted Children
From Their Parents.
New York. Dec. 26.-A .'u:lar and
pathetic fate has oveit, iin hi"e two
children of Mrs. Marie S n' a uc'o. of
Youngstown. 0.. ano \\<'r t urcibly
separated from theyr n,'- r iy t.ie
workings of the immigration i,,%. The
children wt re to be tepl'ort,: hric.
a boy of 6. died of scarlit f i r, anI
Asunta. a girl of 9, is tooI I1 for 1.be
decree to be executed.
A mont.' ago Mrs. Santanii:o. w\:'',,
ihuband is a naturalize I c::!i/ oft :4
United States. living in Vnnii t : -: n.
came to this country wiih the chill
dren. She was adniitt on'.y eo-
cause her husband was a i... ', ,t
the children, who had trac.oiln.a \,re
ordered to he deported.
The girl was left alone to ,., fr
her brother, b tna being pravl'i'.\ ;',:-
onv'r- of the immigrat im d. pirt'::. n'.
while their mother went on to Younemt'
town. The boy soon hbc.r:i, -:e'k
leaNing h.is sister alone aion,. -TrI":
ers Then the girl was tale n i.1,
anr. Is now suffering with niea-.,
The immigration aut.iori:is h!.,:
havy locided to appeal to the *.'re-
tary of the department anI labor to have the irl rila.' ,l un
(I. r the parents' care.


SIGNALED WHILE HANGING.

For Half a Minute Man as Prearranged
Gave Signal.
Jersey City. N. J.. Dec 2". ': Carl.
ton Siir.ons, who witn,- ; '.. !an
Ing Prllay of Edwin F T. ,Ir de
flared that the murderer :!': pi-'
arranged signals In proof .i' he t,a
conscious nearly half a ti:' : t :
the trap had been sprung 1" S:,'noi
said:
"The actual teat on th(e o ',,ws wa\v
most successful. Tapley ..>s,;i',e
ly in POs'.es Sion of his a:,. :. fuct ':-.
ties. 'R.e hands and t: iove
with convulsive contract I'.ii t tr
hands fell rigid at the si .
""ve s.econd. passed .a "., Tap
i,1 l


SE3ACB. 0 QA. 3D

Air Line Railway

FOR...


Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila-

delphia New York.


SY began t'iil li t i ua s a.i,:, 1 i '-U N n L N L)ilt.'i..(I llAL L Ctli L'N alIY.
tweeU US."
Seaboard Express.
One Acquitted; Other Guilty. Seaboard E express
New York. Dec. 25.-A '!-,t',h frotlm
Havana announces that N i Seaboard Mail
die, a New York new- r court e. r
slpndt'nt, and W. A. Va:>'\ n ----- -----
per man of Havana, '!.1 yts.
ta on the charge t aERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
floral wrenth from a .' ,, \. wall
watch commemorates th, \, uiltti of
the year 1S71 of a do7r n ',.t ertu lyiie Operating
dent; by the Spaniards. i ,!. wa ny i
dischartgd. cleared of c,,t;, ti. it"'Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Now Orleans
the affai r and VartY was -, i' 't aeC, to


in a state of siege. ,.
a state or siege. 20 days' imprisonment arl i tI p.tv the I
Workmen Issue Manifesto. OGLETHORPE SHAFT UNVEILED. cost of the wreath. BUid,, .rtuvJ an
The Workmen's alliance publishtil a alibti.
paper called the Voice of the Nor':.I Brunswick Is First To Honor Founder
and 150,000 copies were distributed of State of Georgia. Freigh Train Kills Man.
bearing a manifesto. This demand- a 'rnsirwck. Ga., Dec 2:,--)n. ,,f tihi Barnestlli.e, a.. I)c 2.'. The Coen
constituent assembly, universal su:- mn,-t interesting events In lruin.w, trial local freight No 494. I ',itrge of
frage, freedom of the press. an tlebt- hitoryt occurred when the pretty mion ('onduc'tr John Peungh i :i over an l
hour d(lay. more land for tlhe pt a .-:'al t:, nl.nt ertc'tre d to the' t int- ory of ;e' k killed a man. supposed liw' \VW. ii
and the right of association eral .lames OgKet.iorpe wac unveib l Brunhon. One whit.l nmpa ,lt ive'r his
The manifesto is signed by the sainte 'An Uiinually large cnr\vo of IoI>:, breast, crushing hi bo ,1 il,:y, andl
workmtn's association as tie, pr vi'us attended! the exerclses, which were -lni. both arnlm were brok ti 'I he only
one, but with the important addition plo, ut imposing eye-wltne sm. John Potni a tI m. r,'
of the alliance of the Ha:tic province All the school children of the city fused to make any ,"ta,,.m u' s\lnag
and the Polish alliance, atteldied and sang "Ann-erica." The that he had been Iit' atdv-I.'d, lilt
n--montitent was presented to t.ie cotn i!'nce enoems to sh 'w !it lirun
Troops Assist to Open Traffic. ty by Captain Carles 8 \Vylly. son undertook to go it. !,r htie train
Moscow, Dec. 25.-Traffic has been on behalf of the Oglethorpe MoinunR t to get across, when it 4n.. off and
opened here with the assistance of the association and the Daurhters of thtj caught htm.
troops and the railroad battalion. The Anmirican Revolution. A reception fo Stabbed by Sailorl-
Stabbed by alloo,
lines to Nfshni-Novgorod. Yatroslav. lowed ..
Kazan and Nicholas road to St. Pe- T.ie monument was unveiled by 'It- Philadelphia, I' hTate.
tersburg. are working normally. In cm a tie William McIntosh Dunwoodyv IltA l )ars, was fall % i
day by a sailor known .' .lJhn Tat,'
ing trains only are running on the, the great.great-.grandson of Colonel day ai
Windau an.1 Voronezh lines. The tie. William Mclntosh. of Melntosh county. wa ri''en* kmei arri I,.a Virln w.i
'I the poil!e knew as 'ieruil \\ ai on a It
up l complete on the I ural and Kursk who was hlnaelf the ward of General .
Mlary $tamnn airfield S',Ve is 17 )evatr
lines. Oglethorpe, and appointed by him In
Workmen Surrender to Troops. 1740 as a cabinet in his regiment, ol h oy at emplnee .at W t,, i '
Troops surrounded a school house and he served as an sale of General sahil. awndaytt night h tr .rt thof
sailor and! pe il nt tho, i tif.toer irt rf
where workmen were merling here and Oglethorpe's military family t|e nig ;t di lnklng litii him Wlo
Summoned the men to surrender. Sev. By erecting this pretty monument th pair r.trned th. wonman'.
oral blank shots were fired to intlml- Brunswick is the first city in the ,tate home her hr rtand waitth re ant a
date the workmen who replied with re. to thus honor General Oglethorpe. fight ecurr.d. Join has not btti-i
'volver shots and bombs. Artillery wa captured.
then brought up and toe school house STICKING TO ELEVEN CENTS.. - .
was bombarded until the survivors of Fireman Killed by Eploulon.
the workmen surrendered. President Calvin, of Farmers' Union. F .mira, N V I'4e' .,' Lo I hlh
Gives Out Interview. rarroad |.1 ,a, e d' ra'i tir g .. r ij
Strike Is Ineffective. Dal!'as, Tex. IDee 25-Vresll.nt E t,, ft ., :,,
Vladimir. Russia. D)c. 25 -- O w'ng to A. Calvin. of the Farmers' Unlon of a .tIltm, i ... eni, ;. ,, ', i r',
the hottile att;tudel of the pe~'ihe here Anierica In an Interview taldi *I er. r ;.l ',. flr'.t i', fe' i
bho attacked tle hou-es of the railroad "'We, have made no change In our .., ', i : f o s. ,'. '
imen the strike rs wcild have teen torn rrlnmri m for cotton. It has not ise'nint'i Al :,t. li n, i, 'rom ai 1 |'.1
to pieces had the troops nt Intierpit o d. ti The railroad strike here ls ineffective dent Hliarie Jtrlan. of thA o8utr Most of the employes are, working Re (',ton aiisociatlon has asked repr.a'eI i
ports received here from tsveral vil- ly hat a#. join them for 15i cents \We" I V II A
lages in the province tell of the mur- dl! not think it h1at. Our farmers Pvr lAata Ad lda.
der of agitators by peasants who were ktow when to Pull
enraged at their attacks on the emn- "As far as we. can judre. the r. In atf i SI hK WIjj Up I
peror. Amang the victims wai a la-t ..'2 rwr cen oif 'he young woman. Two policemen woo nl),-r, r P.,'; In the handss of 'h-. farm.
tried vainly to Nave an agitator In th' ePro Mtinve of our members havrt not a of
vlllage of Nodol were theumsevus torn no'! at a "


to plece. ____
teveluteonlest Attack Poe.lce.
landon. Dec. 25-A dispatch to a
sews agency from St. Petersburg says
that barricades have been erected on
Trorskt street, the chief thoroughfare
of Moscow; that tIh revo:utlonlsts are
boldlng them bravely an. that they are
making repeated attacks on the police.
Ooscks and dragoons whenever the
latter attempt o convey prisoners to
)al! are attacked. The patrols of
troops are acoompaled by machlae
gums which are ab aitatlng!y Me4j
against the rvol)tioallts

Preeaimed Previalenal Gevenmen.t.
Kank. RgsetI. Dec. M.-The strilk
tag railroad mra of this city a.ave pro
claimed a pron stotal ovteramet atad
have Iseed as appel lot mMrt La
etUlatg up a RIeASaM n M
In Mad chase.
Milltos reek to mad ehase aferr
besit,. from oGa es ee* of faddwe
** aaseber. she**ia, tf1 xo014 1 7ol
el goe food, and keep th-ir bowels
regular wstk ,r Kial'e New Life Pi te.
their 1roebtee woei all peP myt.
INap relief and qale taPre fot llhe
ad M=Wek trouble. 26c 1a all dre

*e r P~e Coors.
the sGaheau Air Lase opetswe bef-
A*N pu-ter an *e f Mid
n -p M lUi08f WadoWSW* thi


______________Trainms Wreckmod by Colis. on.
Three Killed In Wrftk. 14rmnv i r! -ii t a i*r' *'. Too
Ph o''etItx Ia ,Ilec 2, -Ttlrep train etun'rna fi re gAe LAOS VA'a '1g' lot '
men w r'ki-.'.l tirda.Iy in a a ree-k ia, 00' o O 0:tl$f 4 -
tIe tu. -e-p'I anid kva'ins rallaoad crta-alnwiorIr .awe.at f 1,4i. !
at J'arktonine' a Junction, toe.! w tn a mil.;itI.snt''' 't 14.' i.a"'.r at L,1e10
train an-I a ira igh4 train Albort IHart la-rtF-:6 -' uI r Tooetrg'.
masAt. -riglns-or ant liar ly lef'a~flo-y.anti CITIO--e"' f ewo-re' are--h..ian
eajarema mxno p5'tiger, onaere, t "ythr~own dews s a3'C* 1) fi I'ilio5tk111 nI
bur, An tUhitOrr ur np wsa nfsa,&,y t.rt
________________while FTs~e of e rArolfre'w HfIi'e.a, Of the
Traffic Delayed by Wreck. wesKK)tioun 'r-..':- was dangsrciusly In-
Vni~on S V lj* r !, -T'lirnc-ith ref ~r041
fir a.t' 'I liv'I r'~n 1.i'i' ~1~To Seed Sediee Home.

Ing oif "eft'tght tearns railsei vi .t pern'eiihl a.lk -..!Iitetrusgirotso by tV:#
Colton ta ;irriodur'5 n;#-mr ('ar:16ie 14 gmpb04,*M, 1rOt*.4 ow..e' oavi;ar'
M1le"sf- -:iiihe re. Tm. e otirn.re, n i .,


MAID04 41t,.1're' ra"'k ar..
seV)'ij.~ r'- i'ro4


no 'tr. wua


s.-ure an4 W ."w- to PbIUadetPbis tho;
%Ales tswo MA~esr"a linb"


Recioovell W rites Letter. 7SW l~
wtvuhI'un oe. 2.10U fit,..iin'tt
is A W,,"..aidreesel 'etPle'ere'ary '*eRer o~ foAUg.
Wileos (i-f the ileparlwe-at 4f agSviem: WWI*. eAia fft 99-A wfteliese
two anlb bfrrl o cAf fe'sfor graslax 00""' f. feij' h& sam&ew' P"rsesa
bowr 68-1 A,, ;* is 'he na's;'-,wal forew -'r V-it e, -lu" p M'te &aob* I re
amre'oirt'el upholts 1the b...tl"taty a 5IVO. a 90e4~ar sa~w"Sid 'isAla
the rTplstSWO .fewm GaVO-4 to?4 hAim s Z" laof 4-0138 Pooal S U4
Wbif t *::bvevo afeEiwiv. isaaI
loft. wborophy tensas raulesare LA. P,.~eofSeee.
dwe l~ the petlig of pasigw 1w T. ue I otrw'e -one of beemi ta.to*
woli elryPegI #low sumrp I -e *SuE... bl~sea~e
O"Opw~a. so is at simbl5 the 1.p
We hew. a aemwbof &owof 'Ow M0 bwe.14 O4 as Geg6150
Done gClsp D'j-me'eW, 600 mE84UTMhe bt MW s aa it IrYe*seWiv$ISmP~e

"a am". u is a ow, ins, ae6 o 9"S Fr amkbwe it

"tab "soM Saw in Pis. IS, 5W~. xdcam um,


For full information ardt lreper reservations call on ani agent Neaboard or
write A. 0. MAClH.NEI.L, S. C Bt Yl.TON. Ja.,
Asat. General passengerr Agent, Pasenager Agent,
.TACKSONVIL.LE. FI.ORIDA.


...Southern


Railway...


Two Trains lilly lo la4blongtum and ner r Vok.
ti'r. i iai0rS


Nis14 i i tNe5' T's cirainofIs i'' I %t No, No V-11i N. ;N. I I Nowriti oeful Wee'el Ne1 It 1,41Its
O sit "~ ii "lis, aL t aJ1 1111:0 A I illa II, il Op' u ~ *''I.YJ*estilie Vie osisjlv 'Ar PbM 0 S Mi
It 1s 1, ee ii A.S lii r Jem im A r 4'C'W s "Ii' I- Oil I' hot Ie.%j elsuitip, Iits P y AV T 1 0% 6Ift
1 *41 11i 1 i* ia 4 oiufiall A r I ~eIu 'so 44111 a.4 iie.4r A eigaiei, to& 101 ItyI'll 1 86 tias
r, 'a.'l 11 0(liens A r ( 'wutiui im I I ith is 1I'll II ',a I WooA r Atlantta. ila 1440 Lt y a I I Lits 1101111411
ho' '1e'.11 I t IVIisea AtC ihirei r s )i i 0- Via I- ('le 1 11 Ar toeRun,@. a.Isi~ ttiNY Lv SO Wip S*1
11. 11SIt to ie .l e t orifsii r I,% -OP Iss Most 11IT i P Shotl A T DAr ls a. 41 a Itv NYLr ,v t Op *4 101
11 lie I liltA i lshwHair 1 1 it Gp4 346 1u-vi4 As AT Cholarsienoa 14 R LIT 1100 1hit,
?-a toIlp.Ar PWtrt~tondi eiLaIt 01, It *Celol A Ci r CInotiageiioi. tJ A C v aMia
4 ti~es4 210'-A r ineibt'iu 51.1 I M.V ILate il'AttSh i C e L a
e 'a I, it- ArC'harl'fs e l.% 1 401- S 15'ItOtsisivc tinolanai outsq riArT ?ItWe
to., -'ma 4.~ A rWeashluic i i'i a i" A If Nei- ItleA I I'Moaite i. Oft ryu.r I.V 11124o...
I I o,-a I Vii V, A r IWelimirre L% 1%C1i% 0s1`71- 1 iVaj' Lor (t'IatsRtI 'm 1. It A r 0
S %NIo eAT AW' hiieibIv.1 ;I l~p 6A ApI g7 IVV'.AT('h1klesitico I. laiolesI., Y*it~

N~e 24 mnt.41 y~.~ '10% '~A r 'hIosttgot. Rowse KLv. 9~
Nos, .1 im J Ntilw wk ndF~trtlis Is4 ~e40 4' ie4Iiauii. (:jab At ? aft
I.i'rta tmiio; Ior11irTaueee Ieel mIeaoirs No'SsA11 ATiolvolo. 4) 'H&0 LvIT*I I V
%I re'i tb' Sr PN'lt k l 04i ii ~~evil 5Ar Ibetrit M U1h I'M LI 1 4111p
4'rie r t.v ciueialnatlou YrrAt 4 bh5
N.Ces IV ki.41it-a' Wmaseirg'teifl and! 'rhleisit IN& AT ior ('ealsri. 1410 r I.v 9 All
roIti irI I 'Mi t'Tllul i I rb a 1 H1 .111,ee'I
t~ti'iie(I H JC'hief4 tle i.New'lik A'In l.Y InSdt~fti.Kvhi~sft Ar It, A
5e I s'eet Jibc l &Ar f'd 6 h Mor5. A h ewitit NisMIif Isi*0 -.I
Ii Is'm ATr11 Anulahc ,i f q, LI~eF 10
Nit Atl 'loa Paas u ardo b Pk 441fi g A t -- A' r M mii 'vse _? l.
hhpe'i' Ar qtkAshev il@ le llb A r 0 isle t't A o- in h niPti t It11
11 14 i s A, II' Isringish, (it If 6it e a1 hiA T I llsom ilskibss, nge ) Ar ma 16
eV IN-% A r ti o vlllumiji a r. 1 I.V 1i1%4% 4ma as Ar ,il" iti"e rrhntiN an
I oviti A r J.% Samv~llot 4 1 LotI &a o
t"1'1.Ar is% looprinis XMC tv of Op 014",endI'is ITa h Tontol A .r.is oloote 1,
t' ',-5 A r I ii g'S rIsei, Tofe e1 e ao C [0i I s I S i A1) rC* ifot pie SoosgofArkIi~aiItv i I* 'i rql
le -A a is I flaiiteorlOw koi IiI *, *%I


%*on If anulOiS Twol At 4.,141 Isi-oeilai l 1ie0
Ii-4, e' rsoviss Musee,.hele401,1dI are .Jee'Ms.ionilw*
ba-" rit oesirij 4 at ..rAl 9'. Atllant Sti1 4 hatieaelsoms I $?a esn too-
*t.c ielfolis to iselwpr InAllSite ,iti;: % eA 4t,


J 1 I.I K i .trirt I'ade wi** Ad a. W1 S1WO. ItI* pit Jbrio.' .. 014
1 H Ai tl4 1 K I' T M W H TAY1sB It0, A Ita*4o)K 4 N A i A



Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
OP FLORIDA.


Time Table


i 4


IWo. .
Daily.


PI Ul.wvAN


a 10




4 (Is
4 X)


is5) Lv
do)

#N ISA


10


is elsals Soptpnibor 4, 1906.


24*1Al I IIN




bl irvim.

Ifte'k m ah *
lake siow-nt I.,,
I raftoupy




14, awnyiIII&. -.-.

Soisay. -..
Hempi Myli


a top TaheE I A L'P.



AN At P


M o, I Nn. a


At VMArIPM;




216


X I)

IX WIWI-)

6 31D L10




Too 0 a


LitAU Lv IPM


I- -- --- Y
TrPt I &ad4 4 do &A e -m atWOWe UdeteelesW F eltrtdle on eimAS.
L e IIARK2EI. (isFl l**S**Viti.*i*S. J r HILL. ANMO.





Ti iE l s .. ..... s a


I


!


___ _~ __ __


I


i

I


,rx ,, riIin 2, i,-ii







THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. DECEMBER '7, O190r


- -- a


Our Great CLOSING OUT SALE Will Continue Until JANUARY I st.


Prices Have Received Another Deep Cut.


NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Kitten of Gneral Interuet GOth.
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragrapha
Go That 'He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sutn.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The BSn offe.
Vernon Chitty spent Christmas with
relatives l this eity.
Froit eakes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
B. F. Hampton of Jasksonville spent
Christmas with relatives a tbis eity.
The SuB Industrial Edition sent to
say address, postage free, for 10 eente.
W. B. MeKensle of Mleanopy was a
S tosinesl visitor to this city yesterday.
Turner Mizxon left yesterday on a
visit to relatives and friends at Cen-
tral.
J. R. Key and daughter of Quincy
were registered at the Brown House
yesterday.
Furnished rooms to rent, pleasant
location. Mrs. Mollvalne, 108 Arre-
dondo street.
F. H. Clyatt of Clyatt Station, on
thea Olnesville & Golf, was trading in
the alty yesterday.
J. E. PFuth has returned to Alachua.
after spending Christmas pleasantly
with his family here.
Mellnaey F, MoOook has gone on a
vislt to friends at Miami. He expect
to be absent several days.
John May of Barnes, one of the sne-
cessful farmers of that section, wa,
trading In the oily yesterday.
Mason Tison has returned to Ocalas.
after having spent the Christmas holi-
days with his parents and friends here.
Mrs T J. tlalook of Madison and
Mrs. (eorie Taylor of Oeala are in
the city. guetst of Rev, and Mrs. T. J.
ixlon
Mrs. 0. J. MIxion left yesterday for
Otter Creek, where she will spend a
few days as the guest of her son, Dr.
J. F. Mixion.
Misses Pearl Whetatone and (or*.
trude Wetgaard, students of the Wo
aan's College, Tallahasse, are spend.
ing the holidays in this city.
Housekeeper* always have "good
luck" when they ise lilae Ribbon Va-
milla extract Ask your grocer for
Illue Ribbon Vanilla, and say It plain.
alloww to Make Money in Stocks "
Write for free copy asid participate in
tig profits. Iternr'.in A Company,
Sttok lBrokers. N) l roadway, New
York


The


S,J,THOMAS CO


Hardware
and

Builders' Material
of All Kinds at
LOWEST PRICES.


Brick, Lime, Cement,


Plaster,


Shingles, Nails, Locks,


Paints, Oils,


Glass,


Etc.


It will
prices.


pay you to get our


TN S. I. TOMAS CO.,


GAINIESVILLE. FLORIDA
Fifty-horse economic boiler for sale
cheap. (ainesville lee Company.
Some flue city and country property
for sale. C. O. Pedrick,. Oainesville.
Fla.
J I) Watkins and son, J. H were in
t14 oity yesterday and dined at the
Brown House
Raymond Mathews of Flemington,
who is attending ashool in this eity. is
spending the holidays with his parents.
Sydney Dopula of Alachua. one of
the most popular planters In the eoun-
ty, wa amoni the visitors to this city
yesterday.
The Industrial Edition of The Sun
is on sale at Avera's and Vidal's news-
stands. Get a copy and send it to
your friends.
II. H. Chase. the clever repreeenta-
tIve of the Ludden & Bates Southern
Music House, has gone to Tampa and
h.>k. a >.i1s Ini Anuth Fllrida on hkisi.


M ia m e s M a ltia a ,d l a is y ) N e il l ". . ..". . . to .
two charming young. ladies of Jack. mess eonapeted with his nrm.
qouville, are spending a few lays here
as guests of their rther f. A and R AD THIS
Albert There will hr a nos.eal avid lid erary Mobil. Ala.. Feb. 16. l-t9
entertainment at the North ;ainers- l)r E. W. Hall, St. Lotis. No-l)ear
ville Hall Friday evein.an all ir: During the past year we
invited The .r"ceds wall ti vrj to sold ovir tWlty-four do0e "Hall's
paint the hall tirea* Dlieovery" for kidney and blad-
der troublese adduring that time have
The guests at th Ilowm had a happy time, on Christmas You mpla lly,
uight. The room had btoen decoratedY O Vas Aptwaar A 8&s.
(or the event, ami egg-me4 and other
frefrehm.nsa were sered A TEXAS WONDER.
Mr. asd Mrs F I. l.yle of New.
berry, after elendium Sunday and ) all bot ~ o Tas WOB-
4Aristnmas with f ride isr ,. left ye- *- M4al' H GIe s DiMoveory. elreS all
seeday for eas., *htier thry will w kid*y 3ad bildder tea blee. reasoves
guesw of relatuivre for **veral days. gr e l.e Os, we"bswl eMlal maiW
MIl. Oalverst math of .lu mhoMnaille, el, l a"n io ftrheukd
ormest Msr e e U er of Taonma. was n .d I ltI e of o a ki-
ia the aity yestaerdw Sh. was Via bleth ma and
mewtet1 lb ormer bhme. where she wmsI,tgO ta d u bt7 fdr teebles l a
will speed a few days with relative., t'ltld eaM l 'D 041 U.g ,
Mr. a6d MKrs. w. 0 i0OIwny o-0 9m all beaie ltawe mams"' tee.
COhr.iem day ater.famm. Mr. lr binor,, sta MWi i ri toPe ot a8
ebb a4d IUyI. at dilauoer Ms sea. Dr. besot W. aHi.eaete aI*-
4bat ** eMl pIMadI a thela as u r. O. t m.. Ia Ma.
agWWA. abisAh t all kinds of. ted1tar Wai. aaBI i J..
gses thiWI**SOaL e s& OI I


. . MORRIS--PHIFER COMPANY.


U
I.


1 urpentine leases for sale at this of-
ie, 80e per dozen, $3 per hundred.
Cash most accompany order. dawtf
Energetle workers everywhere to die-
tribute circular,, samples and adver-
tising matter. Good pay No eavae-
ong. Cooperative Advertising Co.,
New York.
E A. (Osteen and C. M. Beach of
Willeford, prominent people of that
seetlon, were in the eity yesterday on
bfisness eoneoettd with the United
States land office.
The Ladles' Missionary Society rof
the First Presbyterian Church will
hold Its regular monthly meeting at
the church this afternoon at 8 o'clock.
All ladies are cordially invited.
All children who have been asked
to to.take part in the Christmas enter-
tainment of the Presbyterian Sunday
school are requested to meet at the
opera house this morning at 9 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D North and Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Andrews of Newberry,
newly married, were registered at the
Brown Hope yesterday. They are on
their wedding Journey, and will visit
points on the East Coast.


Mrs. George W. Moyers, formerly of
this city bat now residing in Jackson-
ville, is expected to arrive here today,
and will be the guest of Mrs. H. H.
Mecreary. Mrs MeCreary will be
alad to have Mrs. Moyers' friends eall
during her visit here.
Claude Deveneau, formerly of this
city but who is now employed as a
laundryman by the Ocala Steam Laun-
dry, spent Christmas in this city, and
his friends were glad to see him. Mr.
Deveneau states that Oeala is one of;
the best elties in Florida. and that he
has prospered there.


NEW YORK


RACKET

('hbeaMpt there uen Earthb."


S-'ee Our


HOLIDAY


DISPLAY


mirIF MI ..


CMw,
.Flit*


ll Phifes


I-


Write Now


For Our New


CATALOG
Over 100 Pages Illustrating


0.
1-,

IQ-
ONE
a4.


Satisfaction


Diamonds, Clocks,

Watches, Jewelry,

Cut Glass, Silver-

ware, Platedware.

Holiday Novelties.

Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
and Careful A attention.


Greenleaf & Crosby Co.,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,


41 West Bay St.


Jacksonville, Fla.


Is your name on our mailing list?


THE CONTINENTAL CAFE.
(F'irst corner South of P. 0.)
Fames ('Coatiaetal Cedar Key Oy ter. Drip tCefre. 'eRoters Meats.
vWke tUwexeriled. Open Early and Late.


Among the prominent visitors to
ths city yesterday was Robert Mf-
Carroll of Jacksonville,. pantentee of
the famous MeCarroll stone, of which
the Dew Episcoral honrch is being
erected, and which will be used in the
construetioa of the University baild-
ipge. This material is an exact imitsa-
tion of granite. and is said to be just
as durable, with a cost lew than one-
fourth Mr MoCarroll has made a
great *ure, of ith* maternal where.
ever it ha been need

FUIOR OTMaI BkgT IT MS
%* i WP .r 3

T% e% W"I
-~ 1


,IL


AJL%0 lb


Haiyr lot iiodofas .1wt-'ato .a
tsam ta~sor, by peqvie ubeihave be
rOtasm W ,astoaft sto ~v Ou poaf-uh
ii W beeg104W M Iai&LAWAi R M I&
TSAI? from We or ew"% that .U
be bwAaosal mu ad ",too ei 5 a-
"m" a NNa Wpoems e, ?onp. el ,
I ~ ra to
JAMS F. SKMO~,
naae.. of nuINE FA~t% r P~t)
%M~r% m Lawbo o U a a
LAW* Penwe" toOown r mob
rwBe K b ada"wow*


n


U


Str


GAlUMSTILLM FAVORITES


Alachua Pool Parlors
L L K.Waebm rPv~so.


oresdI helnr5~a


West Side Square.


To Fe THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LINE OF
NEW GOODS....


MNUMEiNTSr, TORBSTONIM
sawd ROI z FL'(Cm


&W U" .Mal arid ieImers" mde
Galms1e4s so. W


i-------


I




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs