Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 28, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01066
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SOL. XXII, NO. 27ti


DEATH STALKED IN


JOYS OF CHRISTMAS


Several Fatalities Rcported As
he-sult of Carelessness.

BOY KILLED WITH BROOMSTICK

Louisville Girl Is Killed by Small Boy
Who Was Behind a Rifle--4ome Are
Killed After They Had Made Others
Happy.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 27.-Theresa
Houseman, an 18-year-old girl was kill
od by George Doll, 12 years old here
on Christmas day. The girl's death
resulted from the unsuspected prei-
,ence of a ball cartridge among a num-
ber of blanks which the Doll buy, a
aeligubor, was firing ij a rifle.
George Irving Haper, 14 years old,
Vlet death In a unusual manner Mon.
day at this place. While Harper wa.
Camping a charge In a small cannon
*with a broomstick, another buy rx-
Vloded a firecracker over the touch
bole, setting off the cannon. ".t.
broomstick was driven through Harp-
or'a neck. killing him instantly.
Ella Barrett, a negro girl, was killed
here by a stray bullet from the revolt.
ver of a negro who was ce.lebrating the
day.
Man Shot by Negroes.
Memphis. Tenn.. Dec. 97-As the re.
sult of the promlAcuous firing of their
revolvers by a party of negroes noisi-
ly celebrating Christmas. Frank l'Post
on. one of the 1ost prominent attor-
neys of this city, was s~iot and fatally
wounded. Mr. Poston was standing
on the sidewalk in t.he vicinity of als
thome when the. part) of negroe4 lap-
peared, and was struck by a bullet
from the revolver of one of the party.
He died fioni the effects of hii auunl.'

Christmas Card Game Fatal.
.Mit.,ola I. T.. l)ec ..7-After a
O iristinas card raIti. 1iiic' 'l'T'app'er
*was found dead In t..iv h,,us. of A'n.
golo Giniglin here., an I Phl!ip Narl w:t,
found a short ditfanci a Ay n ir'n;
aiy wounded The Iati r t1.1it crael,,
few hun re. I fe' from tie' car. ta
ble and fainted The pf>',li( ciihargA
that (iniglhe t .ilo t the other tAio t-i ni
Tapper waA taken to a hisplitai. Iut r,.
tuedil. when relived, to tel, how the
quarrel started.


water s, reet. entailing danu:a. st, ia~
at $?h ')) FIve firenivii !,1stilinc-.1
injuries, but were able. to continue 'a,
work. No one was in re ti, lv.iji:Jn~z


5,000 ARE KILLED
a muna Im A lnlumimnrn


In the event of the failure of their
cause they wmilii have r mourte to i,.r.
rorlsm. ctC(wNiln their victims from a l
clawe of society' "


when the fire started. and its origin, AilU Il|UUU W UUNULiJ
is unknown. I I THREE MEN ARE KILLED.

&HOT TO DEATH IN PRISON. InI Batlie Bitwceu Czar's Troops Dispute Over Shooting Match Brought
And Rebels. On General Battle.
Son of tht Slain Policeman Kills His London. Ky.. Ih'c ;i -Tlihe nte wi
Father's Assailant. 'reached here of t.i, illn;ti of a di ;,'i
I INSURCGNTS RE&IST SAVAGELY ty aherlff and twoJ ott.er prn.i.ln.:,t
Tampa, Fla., Dec. 27-A negro man, Men I U9 (, ,).
while on a Christmas drunk at St. e- At lg s rk, 2u ti:il fion l iyi.'
t prsburg, fatally cut captainn J. J. Slaughter Reoults in Nothing DOecsive
lrlte proolcewd o t men ewgr [rimcrttd iat.
SMitchell, a special police off;car, who Bullets Flow Everywhere In City and an oldtime turkey ~hoh,,ng tintt'.i. A
ot, d in few minutes from thee pounds.
Tre negro was placed in jail. but in Manny Innocent People Were Killed. tight was1 soon star',! A dispute
Lhirty minutes a mob congregated and Troops Loyal to Czar. ral battle c hr
one of the crowd shot through the win.c. --.n Duff
dow of the Jail, killing the negro. Lo loon, Tl-ra., : st Prs. xcle Jlll lu on.1 J.i- e \l h h.t.l,
The story told by an eyewitness to 0 ,e )i y a ilyra p.,a S. t e: t I' wll:h. l .ltJ, fo lowe~ AS i .,t Ie I, .ha
tie affair is liat the negro was bols- Ii.g i l a dspats: ji 4,It Mar it st, ;.,'
terous through tire streets, defying t.he W., It c 'lo, bays: nd ki'Ai kerI. U. \\i I i, wlt
officers. and loudly proclaimed that I ;"AL an ieatrly iour t ll M tltni th_ prshtlff and whitr thG. V \IL:.tiI ,a .,'
no white man should arrest hhin l cait kis at Mocow\ 4n.Jed, u Jit hn tf *d :Jan I & it! t It il Itn
When Mitchell approached to take ath Z.teu killedai l s ,l14 .... ,o- m .d. puit John Itlff And Jai ,, \' .nt in l ti
him into custody tht. negro whipped W..i the ni bitangts r .,no w lhavotl dl th I' ttl \! n I arrest.n.r
out a knife and cut gashea In the offl n forbidden to lh.ti .er ir dIe Litthle e a tlP and is n.t li.e l I h
cer's neck, death soon ensuing itgb after 7 o'clock il th .'\riltg.9 offl(,ter
A crowd of enraged citizens soon "It is ~ ossibl' to ,, abolt the The, tilr fin an I :\eLt a"s I. ..'1 .
gat a red and going to thel Jail, a son ocil in const quenct, of itt' .frett. tt.cy ( Oreik .1tu (m're .t a I .I. i
of tile officer who wa~ s ki.'d. It Is al- itf stray bullets. .\i ;nt ittlnici t per. ovet-r Iiet.-ao ntag.i l ie i >t 1 t:t 11' i
leged, dispatched the ne.gro through ais,.. have le ac r.cii,' : klih dl oVer tfhei o nier'lt ,r if t hn a> t'ai:
the Jail window. "A scaicity of proit, -. 1 l i t.retat, over Nlth t "tt.,'ch '**.,.
Captain J. II. Mlitchell was will entl"
known In Tampa and Jack-sonvl!!e Cannon at Work. LITTLE ROCK VISITED BY FIRE.
having been for a long time a popii'la The I..a e corrT ;.,n ., n l;:egrapt,
conductor of the Poat llne train run Ti at l,,.;i p m i t t i ji Entire Loss Is Eatimated at About
nlig between those cities.' ":T Mloscow' titl. ',>t lentil l t 'l. ") *100,000.
girait not teiing ni- ;'.i In.caust .:1 1t 1 .t lt It<.m- \,k |>, .7 on1. itr
TW O M EN GET RESPITES. pli.t tt' ta t ,AeC alet, i f,'., ,,, .*t the ni,, '.i.tl,'i l e, In i ', i I'-
tl.ru.,I n It n I .ti i l A,, ,v r .h, I t. rs of I. I'th I i 'I 1. t'y
calrlintl firlng 1. Is ,% ,# .1. i, xI ll n % I v. A l lilt" pal I t' lr "i', ll,, 'h*L
Are Given Another Chance to Appeal c r t'" l frtig is no f,' it li1 in % t I\ l ,, i ,, ,,r i ,t ,i ,'i,
To Prison C9gm m tis ion. a -l p t t i the ,ti. .. t t n-it g v,.,' llit in 1, ,I ,
..tlal:nta. I .'7.- -4' im; *rt.r r T irrrell e r-h, rer tr .d I i I, .l f ,'It.u i hi 1iii<,l I .' S i, 'l li ta l l I I lliit
has gr:inte d a r .-spite untli! Friday. t .. h'nt 1t riur.e' f i, i ar"'. 'dv ' '' i , ,I
SJan. 12. to Miltion Brown, the Itaker 'The. K,i, ; ,, 1' .t lv I I . i
county negro. ten r'nced to b hanged h, rn P ','ae.. an I a a.)hI Ia'. n I' f- t' .'e I, ,," ,,ry
on FridayL l-c '29, for wife i l murde rt i l. ,. i wa iiti- I ..i. i. w. I s .
I Phi is the secopI respite granted to "1"+.. e: Pill ei t i l 'l.4 ', ,1 .ilj I, 1 .1 '"'1 II~ I f W 1 1i
Brown. who was given a leal se of three %it, a t all t *Tr..trk ,u, ..., it.e ie t ii 1 .r- 'Thel. buine.l *I sl.' ,i, I 'i '' '
' weeks t'he day before that first .s t for , i. ? ; .'th I r) .'1'' e t I I. Ki lf n h, l .,
Shlis execution. I i t ol of fr. '" ie < l. 't ,* e J tom h ,+" 'nfo .' ',. M. 0tin'' t
%W ill unninr'ham a 19 .ear-old Be. t l t lt I,, , , t, c i ,.-. Li 1 1 r ,,f .,1' '
gro under st nit'nce of l ;atih in J f t. ,m ',i. ,' I '. brif k II r t el ,* ', ', i t ",1
fterhon county for ln a i tr.i' of wo- ,'r t, t n .' .t ,. 1
nian has anlo lee'tni rtespitel until Jan "I;t ,, i i rtl i4t f ,. '','. t ,e it' -' . I, I '""r
12 for th ..a mne i tnlur;., .. that the arlp ,' ,, n |I ,Il, .ft hir ,, '' ,,,,, lii ii
on cormmtia hn i nma have itm. '*o ait .'. e lt.re. i pr' ,. r OREGONIANS PLAN A PRESENT.
an.tn l into i nile lrite f hcit h aup!le n I, s
I, tn for cr,,i-.,:tiniton to life Itnprl Force of Superhuman Hate. Of About $f-0000 for Wedding Gft to
an!i itr ('1to:r ntchanl: a :iInt( aff Ca Mess Roosevelt.
, at'..: h-, kll l ri e w. oml n ,upi .n 1 r t*ieh 'erie e, p ,!,I Ii' ;: 'I ,!ffm,,'r
a , .,:t!',h t' hail1 fi rn l hl. .,l him ,,, >- I l '" IC n,, ... I I i C 'I .i f 1
T'hi ; o l ia:i.t' in tll lp"a on L.l t.a1, 1 4 *ni! -'il i f, any han i i' lla., t c- re' 11.,e t,, fr Mis' s A lI,, t it l s-
at I h ma tlne tin's. I'.. t .. ..fI of .uperh a .i .... i .i ._.


Killed While Handling Present.
I WnMORGANATIC MARRIAGE.
Wadhington. Pa., Dec 27.-Jus' as, MORGNTIC MRRIGE.
she was handing a doll for her little<
S'For Aged King Leopold Who Mad*
lster on a Craritmas tree at her home, Wf
In Hazefl.irk, Mary. he nine-year-ol Daughter His Wife.
PaCr:4. I," 27 --AAccording to reported
daughter of James Knndy. revAccordng to r
(r. <'an e ni l onger any iloht about
a bullet to the bead from a revo<:ver .
K!ng I .i *>,". margana tie i arriage. It
*red through the d.or from outside.
Sto'a plare tw lv.,, annbtha Agr It i,
dbe died from the efftlcs of ibthe aud. s i ii
inve.tig i I a td I the-' irttlate chapel tf nue rhe
Four arrest bare been made pending
teauj f l -rk*n trar rusirw. In te
ha Investigation
priessa IIoIf 'ao alte( dte camp and the
court r' ;', ,~ acting usos)r tih an
Killed After Playing Santa Claus. thority f t!.e rr,li.al archb't,')p of
i Phllte'lphta Dpr ?T -R't4rnttl idelk:en
bome after gladdenlnt 'he b,-art of Tti. lal ta M:ei Va'itramn i 'shM,
VOlat.UVe and friends with Ch(rti'mas mraI !*, natr, wa Ms'* lA Nrtli Ik.r
afts. Charges H He&4en. a well to, d"' I a r.l,,.. .*' Van lamenalolick. a *> t
fMer, and his S-year-iocd daughter. cla:ls' n., mL,.r tof Bofllgla ethamtcer
(deua. were Instantly killed tby baltn of drie'r,,*i for thime twi r iIuala
struck by a Rea-.tIg Bipree train at Mrs Vauirgan A t born a! Imuiraan
Bottle H11il. 15 miles north of this city an, l ',te .!'angt'er of a rar-taker
- e ha& r.ln rrestet a tr'vae'a by
FaUl Christnas AcIdent. the k-nt and gave ht,"n to a* fln ettr1'
Honeton. Tea ikw.e I7 --4'britmr qoslIea r.e .antiy Th' a :" ) :.i %* Bthb i
*was producthUo of severaJ aeerlets kitA promryn. at Gap V.eal #a r!
ta this city A toy lamp apioA4*4 sad4 NIte The m"'t"r 1 t'1 a&s ;X ,a i
Tbelm a (C"pper. aged 2 w-s I b'raed t, tem
death A A ADoerl n wa. play,;F
anta Claus. w' V- his o'Cshng...ag, White Frt Ne Oele


&&.a-I there.,a ltfthe hmo efor bis roj
4oovory from 'on er-w"

sheo!s Freed W Dest".


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turboe 4iat.n'S Pfor taw powegiven a.
t~xm4Sbc~u '.e. e 64 IW The oWlPus
aMW pub:ic !ee'iflms


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x e n Imp~art m*Ci 'if-mil 111P n i v e v ry state 1In 1he tihll on, C it-
55 43*19 efI i me N* aloefi tctigro~tael o at-i,,m dstate
rtrissimu-.',,who will In toirn imerwari I1
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r.-apt-'-' .1In 'cci t.,fr ve' Shln~r f'r
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if tiifigrag ~' be,1* to"? p"'0110 E~lto be te''Ie.l ec-I t
tuls' ~e e,'e '''' ~.e'mile wiRtfl'54e-lt ItS1.10 day ofI'I I,,
ft, III fir .1 1.0 Jie. Individual *eitm~ri't li -t i 16a b
least' in .t toe, ..hinfueil t) 4It ftl

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tn with fe'ra o L!t64 ff*-p
0 b'v)U of .I pIsa r :4. oilAeeeilewts Wooe Was the Oveiv C
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TEN CENTS A WEEK



BANDITS tiOLO UP


CHICAGO STREET CAR


Six Men Friabhten And Bob heT


Paiiaetgi~rs.

FIVE CAPTURED BY THE POLICIR

lEvidently Hoping to Frighten Their I&~
tended Victims Before Risking Rob
bery, Bandits Fired Several Sheft
Through the Car Windows and 1111001'
(..'lealu, ilove.: lio11,111111M up a
croiot de'I Aaiilimtaod .L v %lUei Le !:ccar

a sei v Leof ieliet ti it IIImich Itioc ei,%% t a
sudit k if and tid e'rio, uigitoliI t it rklttbi rig
thti paotenlib'ugrA, III('u~linifg se'uivi nl u
anii c:Iielteuvi, %korn thte trolley' petIo
%%aaske It iOVId frmiiwitIhe'wire by tC.ie cLiII.
i1111k.1411.esliid 14 i niiatiii& wtiosleft! striig.
jl~thxI n 1111,e.il~es
After ait ic i li oohich" fthe inva"'or

$IeI* ,iii t1:1v .11 -1v*Anid III whieci
?Itilotial ei 't itii tte' rutioplvil tUPOU In
IN-. II AWaIV 1IIIS th t tntWAPI sde fOs
t V%11, a lit had I~f itINCIJIOB
1t 1411(1:~j fi M i o efto( ti e t-10164,4 Wver
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'li. t aiinvi a itiIle'the!r nilimps as
Fxi~lal a a A'iiiui .liwarl 1h1gights.
('11*11:1% MiuII Irieae, VWilliam 14tarr anti
Mi~clitts-1 lejillhlasgi 1T'y werti *1allc-
'e irl'I hoii's.iu it i I .eerletchoo-o
l'aqi, nweiuion: i-i Atile car at Thir.
ti Mttth Atitt-4- T;I.) Iit-uf-r it tbo
fiv' io oitni itil buildingg rfbu)1ovef5
at 1-i#- h it' to( '.1, u1ilfi:l-Ilml Jameos
('a!:iilai.un. hey fline-Id 111t11 t4)tolp the
(,.I r Mir ~aceeutPillIII e's t been got CA
Itv rooear piatk~itirtu011m!1w*t1le'one of
111 4-1) %P"f' I '111.i s 1.1ilk. I lite aaG~duoi
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nf 1:4 t ~o. 1'' 1,' a 1,1i00 'cr1i #hp fare stag
yoriaae i it. I I, tIf i p this 84,
vallti'.Nge F ol'e 'is'T ifen." trti~lor bell.
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heti '. Ihe' ttdlige'eiMaen fell
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cwlo Fe*I '~ 'SI GINEeel fur at

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40 *ftw to showe the sew ew I166be"W
pWeaime. isAtlasta. ",j It Is heiI.eve
'her, WU1 have eelem wes pse..te
to te Weecialmas metias.


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THE DAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 28, 1905


N DEPOT IUBED

S Y BOARD OF TRADE

Iso01tion 8Stats Ginville is in
I Sore Need.

TO ,APPEAL TO RAILROADS

Committee is Named to Take the Mat-
ter Up and See That the New Sta-
tton Is Built-Other Matters Dis-
Quesed at Meeting.
A a special meeting of the Board of
r Tde of Gainesville yesterday after.
S@, lat the city council chambers a
'vemltion was adopted pledging the
Boerd of Trade to work Incessantly for
anion passenger depot and a commit.
W.e named to take the matter in charge
s ad present the case to the railroad
companies first and to take the matter
up with the Florida Railroad Commis-
sion io the event that their petition is
not granted.
Several members of the Board spoke
In reference to the need for a union
passenger station at this place and
there was something said in reference
to an improvement of the service
which this city is accorded by the va.
rioos railroad companies entering the
plase. A committee was also appoint.
S d to look after this question and see
it better transportation facilities could
n mot be had.
| e Want State Teachers.
qCpt. George Lynch, one ef the fae-
o ty of the University of Florida, was
present and suggested that the Board
of Trade telegraph to the President of
tha Florida Educational Association in
as0lion at Miami and extend an Invita*
S sea for the Association to meet In this
S tl y other year. Captain Lynch
S1a0ed that there would be at least 000
S bthera and other school officers pres-
s Iatl the next meeting of the Associ*
al" a and that with the University lo-
48$d here this would be a most ap-
p ppsrlat. place for meeting. A mo.
O NI- was offered and passed extending
toh Ivltatlea by wire.
Onafdende in alinesville.
J. 0. LaFootise, representing the
1111kaoaville Development Co., was
as and presented the plan of that
Sto those press. Mr. La.
stated that the company was
a dlag It boolesea and that they
1* ol peon this elty as a most deslr.
46O plee for investment. He said
006 M 0ooI Ma the company had placed
esIktetleoea number of shares of its
eek l Is thaiblty it would invest aepi.-
S tI here, Ithe object being not to take a
.l401ar from Nay of the (ainesville
Stewkholdere whieh would not be In.
iated in this eity. The proposition
appeared to meet with general favor
I Sd It was the expressed opinion of the
IMetig that such a company could be
O eag t help to Galnesville at this
Muie. The fact that there Is a demand
n homes Ia this nity and that the de-
Mlad is constantly growing was re.
ferevd to by those present.
To Advertise the Town.
A lettr was read from Dr. 0. B.
Stae In reference to advertising
GaIevillle In some of the leading
_abiItmegof the country. It was de-
aIded so enclose an advertisement in
tOIe magaitnr suggested by l)Dr.
S mtiese in the event that there was a
s -felelt sum of money in the tre0..
e *l tomeet the expense.
Owlag to the absence of the prel-
det of1 the Board. Mayor W. R. Thornm.
S aa preided and Ferd Bay.r wea called
so esot as secretary
ARNO ANALECTS.
A Me rry Chrilatmas Entertainment by
the Sundaye Sohob--Other Items.
Aroo. Dee. M -4'hristmae. lS. is
S paut, and all the people of Arno, so
S far as the writer knows, are happy


ad heave had a Merry Christmas-soI
e slek. no one In deep sorrow. We
had two exezlleat sad soeesmful
SOharieWstm ttre-ooe in oar northern
: e; rb at the hospitable home of F M
AMSMer, and one in our southern su-
bai at the Forest iruove church The
--at Mr. Atwater's was given for tbe
S beaelt of ebildren who live too far
,I.t -mday school to attend reg.
ilarft. Te oeW as Forest tirove was
9es aw Mr &he auespie of the Formst
0 Qeog Seega heool. "The l ut
S Usyma" elated bt Mi> l*e** May.
edl the tableaa. "At the Cews." rem-
nd by Mi maie MeOlea0y. and
S'M am Jaaa I iW ?Athe Holy Child
Sh." saledn b Mtme B eie Me.

Gp-eN mW Oes. Us in0040"e
.I- *ei smam de Iw-o
ite, ,iemminess sit ease
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How Is Baby TodayI
Better, thank you. In fact, quite veil.
Fat, round and full of life and mischief.
Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-
ples. No cojgh, no indigesion.
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administered by a mother whose love
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOMULSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourisher at life's
feast It cures Consumption when
taken in time. All druggists sell it-
So cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us
send you
Fr ee Smple Ittlfi by Mall
Write letter or postal to
OZOMULSION CO.
- Pine street New Yore,

ete, and especially for ihe active part
taken by Mrs. Capt. H. Willard, and
Misses Ross May and Ruth McClenny.
Everything passed off pleasantly and
no boy or girl went away without be-
Ing remembered with a present. Noth.
Iog was done contrary to good order.
or to mar the happiness of the occa-
sion except the shooting of two or
three large fire-craokers by a boy who
does not belong to this community,
and when requested to shoot no more
he kindly quit. F. P. Henderson was
unanimously elected superintendent
for the next year two weeks ago, and
P. B. Olark was elected assistant su.
perintendent. The secretary and
teachers will be appointed and the
school generally reorgaolsed next Sun.
day. All the friends and patrons of
the school are urgently requested to
be present and also to co-operate dur.
ing the next year to build up the best
school we have ever had. Among the
former members of the school who
have moved away are Hugh May,
Dmanellon; W. H. Bonham of Floral
Oity, and Misses Jettle and Ruby
Futoh of Haynesworth.
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MELROSE MELANGE.
Fine Christmas Entertainment-Tax
Books Ready-Personal Notes.
Melrose, December 26 -The tnwl
hall was filled to overflowing on Mon-
day night, when the Sunday school
children had their Chritmas tree. The
services consisted of singing and sever-
al very good relotations by some of the
children, after which old and young
were made happy by receiving presents
of candy, est. The proceedings were
in charge of Rev. T. H. Sistrunk and
J. M. Price, Sunday school srperin-
tendent.
The holidays were unusually peae-.
ful and the town officers had an eaey
time of it.
Among the visitors in town during
the holidays were H. S. Grimes and
Leo Grimes, Jacksonville, Fla.; Prof.
Moore, Locust Grove, Ga ; Roy Rob I
inson, Americu4, (a ; H. Minor,
Starke, Fla.; Miss K. blizelle, Penisle,
Fla.
The town tax books are now open at
Simon Coward's store.
The next regular meeting of the L.
L. & D. doelety will be held at their
hall on December 29th at 2:80 p. m.
Mrs. W. Aekerman will read a paper
by John Oliver Hobbs on the 'French
Home Versus the American."


Lately registered at the Huffman
House are: W. J. Corlis.. Franconia,
N. H.; R. W. Chamberlain. West
Somerville, Mass.; A. J. Patterson and
wife, Miss Edna Patterson and H. H.
Patterson, Williamsburg, Pa.; Miss
Addie Lavior, Mauch Chunk, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. 0 W. Rogers, Live Oak, and
Miss F. Miselle, Island Grove, Fla.
The Huffman House served the fol-
lowing menu to 82 guests on Xmas
Day: Ceder Key oysters, mock tur-
tie soup, turkey with cranberry Jelly,
roast duck, currant jelly, butterbeans,
mashed potatoes, candies, sweet pota-
toers, lettuce and tomato salad, mince
pie, pumpkin pie, plum pudding,
fruits, etc.: tea, coffee, chocolate.
Cale and Frank Yearwood are home
from school for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of
Plainville, Conn., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sutton.
Failed.


i niue rrice, wnou I i -esnK "a All efforts have failed to find a bet-
bbeyvlle, Ga and Miss Ida Price, ter remedy for coughs, colds and lung
ho is going so school at Abbeyvilll, troubles than Foley'o Honey and Ter.
re at home to spend the holidays. It stop the ough. heels the lungs and
Mise Pearl Osteen, who is teaching prevents serious results from a cold.
sar Tallahassee, is spending Christ. J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa, writes:
tas with her parents. **Lst winter I had a bad cold on my
Frank Swindle of Newberry is visit. lungs and tried as least half a doses
ig his uncle, J. T. Prices. advertised cough medicines and had
Mr. Smith of Trenton is spending treatment from two physicians with.
hristmas with his sister, Mrs. Sykes. out getting any benefit. A friend re-
Our school is still vacant. A first. commended Foley's Honey and Tar
rade teacher could find ready em- and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I
loyment at a good salary, coteider it the greatest cough ar.d long
P. B. Clark has the lumber on the mrnellne in the world." J. W. Me-
round to build a new house. Collum & Company.


F. P. Henaerson has added a new
room to his house
F. P Henderson's mother and sister
of Dalton,. s., are expected here this
week to spend the winter.
A large rabbit hawk caught a full.
grown brown Leghorn rooster for F.
P. Henderson and killed it, but was
soared off before eating It, and Mr.
Hendersou set a stoel-trap beside the


Dr. Sundick's Lecture.
Dlr W T. Bundick, the great tem*-
perance Ileeturer who is touring the
State. and who is well known to our
people, will deliver a lecture at the
First Baptist Church this evening at
7:30 o'clock, to which a cordial invita-
tion is extended to the public. Dr.
Bundiek is a speaker of great force


chicken and caught a hawk Christmas and character, and it is needless to add
day and another the next day. each that thoee who hear him will appreci.
measuring 4 feet tt, inches from top toI at him.
tip of the winl He slen oaihth a No admission will t charged, but a
large eat and the trap to set for mre hbIket collection ill the taken.
game Re v. B. Roger,. the pastor, re-


E. M, Moror of Ft northh Tes,'.
is to be here the firt week in January.
ite6. with a view of location
Baptist Church Festivities.
The Sunday school of the Fiart Bap-
tist Church, as to the usual custom,.
held a Christmas tr-e Wedneeday
night at the Tabernacle. whieh was
well attended.
Owing to the extreme youth of a
number of the ohildkrn the feetivitise
begale at 6:0) o'elook, eooeequently the
entertainment was over at an early
hour There wese pineas galore, and
it t needless to add that the little
folks enjoyed the aftir as oly a child
*an ejoy an affair of this kind.
C"y DMOetsrv For Sale.
We have a number of copies of
Bera 'Otty Dieetoey fnr Wase at The
ta otes. It Is a haady refeNrwee
book for Ibetes and profesetoial
ome. giving he aIme of reesets,
wish astre ad dsembe. P.ts. S.


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quti ts The Sun to state that thter will
bte no prayer veive- at his church this
evening, whieh i the regularly al-
pointed time.

Low Rates to New Orleans and Return
Via Atlantic Coast Line.
The Atlantic ',oas IAne annouones
that it will sell lickets from all poian.
on its lines to New O)rleao, La., and
return on IDeember 27. X,. 39. 1,06. at


Blind Headache
"About a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of
1123 Bro.dway, Augusta, Ga., I suffered with
blind, sick headaches and backaches, and could get
no relief until I tried




WN CARDUI

Woman's Relief
I Immediately commenced to improve, and
now I feel like a new woman, and wish to
recommend it to all sick women, for I
WMTE know it will cure them, as it did me."
us Cardul is pure, medicinal extract of
nREuy vegetable herbs, which relieves
&aM franm y, dew f female pains, regulates female
M symptoms. We Wv functions,tonesuptheorgans
yo fra dvo (plain pWansa to a proper state of health.
"nuI p). Don't besitatse, but ry It for our trouble
ts today. Address: Ladies' Ad-
,rDept.,The ttano o enr druito Ufl tt
dMo Clattanoog, fem. w Il Bo .


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---DEALERS IN-


Sea

Sea Island


Islamacl (ott

Cotton SeeI. Bai ing and Twine.
Leather in St, ips or Sides.


Manufacturers of the
Sea Island Cotton
GAINESVILLE.


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Jamnes Doig Improved English
Gin, and Supplies for Same.
FLORIDA, U S A


G. S. MERCHANT& CO.,
Retailers and Jobbers In


Staple and Fancy Groceries

inral, larden Seed and Ferfilizers,.
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. : G OAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and otherr Prudoee.

A Complete stock of Hay, Corn. Oats. Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Mealt
and Rie. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
BST PRTCES. and guarantee satisfaetion always.

CLYDE LINE


FO"U'R IS.A.ILIWT-S E.ACH WIE

Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLES.TON., sC. b,,,th ways.
Te FlMot Stealship In the Coatvwige Service
The Clyde Nev England and Southern Line
DirPet Service Between J.t'K>WNVIl.11. H(0I'()N and
PROVIDENCE and Ai Eastern Points,
Calling at Charl;i-tn t.ith ways.
BEIA-WEEKLLY SA ILIGTGqB
Southbond.......... Frm Lewis' % harf, B3stoa
Northbound.......... ... .. rom r ot f Catherine st.. Jackoaville

Cvdie St. Jchs River Lne
Feotwwon JACKt).NVILLK and SANPORDt
Stopping as Palatha. Astor. ,t Franes Preford (I)Land).andt intermedleso
LaUding on St. Johns Rivrr. comrn--n'.t .g % ednesday. November I. 1,01,


the rate of one rt-class fare, pals a mPE loL.k-,
eents for the round trip. Final limt 'CITY JACKSONV ILLE' amil "FRFD'K DeBARYw
of all tickets Will be January 6th. 19., Are appotted **o il as follows I, A- Ja'koonville, daily exeept &stur.
prior to midnight of whie paseenor days. at 3: I p. m. Returning, leave .r daily e except 8dlyl. a&ga. a.
most resb original starting poiat For - -
further information **e Atleaste Coas t j sed ag. SCH I L: LL ManaC
Ltae agrate or write Frank C. Boyle. a S 4 :l M ... ........ Jacko Tille ...Arrve ai
sl, )letret Passenger Agent. Jack. 4 pm ....... ... Paata... .. ... Leave ..0
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so valle. Fla. am ............... ... Franes .... .. O Spm
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To Cwre a Coad m Ome Day Arrves jIam . ... foSard ) 1 :00
Take L.AXATIVEK BROMO Qe0aiie 100 a.m .E.elrpee.. a. 1
Tables Drusoae: rrfuad money ift ts ENERAL PAS. AND TICKET OFrICl. _12 W BAY fT., JACrONXVILLI
fails to re. K W Uo 5* s eigrature i r tM N IOM JLaa -LJ Am Gep Aqt. U Wee atJ~e~Wo.
t on ase box, e w M CoI r.L Jr Se3s se m. A^ P. W V.a.Vi. swsefm
7--0 .oflooAm. Mfg".a -Js et"MVGIM
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TME DlUJLY SUN: AoINSv[LE, FLORiIDA, DECEMBER 28, L9O4


LL KILLED

NEGRO HIMSELF


Jury Made Startling


Statement of Tragedy.


THE STABBED MAN FIRED SHOT
Which S,'nt the Negro, John Thomas,
to His Doom-Was Actually Dead
When He Fell Into Hands of Mob.
St. Petersburg Greatly Excited.
The following telegraphic inf)rms.
tion from Tampa, taken from The
Times.-Union of the 27th inst., regard-
lag the Mitohell tradegy in St. Peters-
burg on Christmas day, will prove of
IlnereSt nL our readers, lince Captain
M'tchell was well known in this city
and vicinity:
"A special to The Tribune from St
Petersburg says the coroner's jury in-
vestigating the killing of Captain J. J.
Mitchell and hi, slayer. John Thomas,
colored, today rendered a verdict that
Captain Mitchell eame to his death at
the hands of the negro while in the


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W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
Wialesville, Florida.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FII.LE.

NEWS OF CITY AND
COUNTY CONDENSED


discharge of his duty, and that the ne. .. D. Stringfellow his returned from
gro met his death from a pistol.shot a business trip to South Florida, where
fired by Captain Mitchell. The latter he is largely interested in naval stores.
feature of the verdict caused surprise. E J. Baird is building a handsome
as it was generally believed that the cottage on the rock road. South Gaines-
regro had been slain by a mob. The j rville, opposite the home of R. B Peel.
jury, however, claims to have had 'er. Mr. Baird owns considerable prop.
proof that Captain Mitchell shot the erty in that section, and it is under-
negro fatally after he had received a stnod that he will erect five or six
mortal knife wound from him, and more neat homes.
that the negro was in a dying con.- -
dition when taken to jail and actually MR. FORD REMEMBERED.
dead before the mob got possession of I
him. Excitement ran high at St. Pe. IA. C. L. Superintendent Presented
tersburg all today, and there was some With Elegant Desk and Bookcase
talk acout running all negroes out of One of the pleasantest incidents of
town, but this proved only idle talk. railroad life which has transpired in
The funeral of Captain Mitchell oc. this city for some time occurred on
curred this afternoon. Christmas morning, when the em.
ployes of the superintendent's and
JOLLY HOUSE PARTY. freight offees of Gainesville, the of-
foies at Lakeland and the conductors
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,---- ---.-w .-y- --,s -. .. IuU.i >ng t Haile Homestead at Kanopaha. ed Division Superintendent Homer A. Maple Landing, lows. "Knee. and
A jolly party left this city Wednes. Ford of the Atlantic.Coast Line with joints aching, nmu.cl,,h sore. head
day afternoon for the old Haile home- an elegant remembrance in the form stopped up,eys and nu*e running, with
stead, Kanapaha, where they will par. of a magnificent quarter oak dining alternate spell of chlilsi md feler W\.
ticipate in a house party as guests of table and a set of golden oak sectional began using ('haniultrlain's ('oigh
Evans Haile. bookcases as a token of friendship ad lR..medy. aiding th' >Ram, with a dise
The party comprises Chief Justice appreciation, of Chatmberlain'im imseh and l.iver
R. Fenweik Taylor and his accom- The presentation speech was made T'rablets, and by i,% lle-ral u*s scmon
plished daughter. Mass Eva, of Tails. in the ofloe of Superintendent Fo'd i onmpleely knek*l cout the grai "
haisee, Mrs. Rachael Haill. M.i, Jes. by Attorney Robert E. Davie. and the These tihtlnte promnte, a healthy actitll
cie Bodiford. Miss Alice Nichols, Mis words (f this eloquent attorney were of the. b*we.ls. 1I,%r and kidnerys which
Maudie Graham, Mis4 Hallie Pepper, very filting and very impressie. At is always bwietal when lthe syste-m i
Miss Loucille Colclouh, Miss Ethel the conclusion Superintendent Ford,.congeited by a enHl *-r attack of theI
HayDor of QIincy. Mis L.oi Hliale, who was filled with gratitude over the bgr!p Fr inle by mli druggi.ti
Miss Eva Haile., Miss Nonie Semmes ineldent, made reply. In which he ex-
of Micanopy. Miss Wagner. and Mr* pressed his appreciation of the fidelity Episcopal lEntrtainment
Dr. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., and Hon. W. of his men to their duties. In all, the The inem.ners of the Holy Trinity
H. Ellis. Attorney-(eneral of Florida, oreainon was a pleasant one, and will Eiscopisial .'inJay chali.,l held their
Dr. J. F. McKinstry. Jr asod Mlesers. be remembered foras along time by Christmans itiertainnmeit at the aI era
Evans Haile. Lee Graham. G. Henry ith'se interested h >use yesterday afternoon, which wei
Davis. J B Dell. J E Jetkins, E M 1 well attet.d- l. and it *i need lle to add
Brown, W. Truhart iodifiord. W. I.I DECLARED A DIVIDEND. that the lit Ir folk enjoyed tde *ame
Sheats, H. F. Dl)ton. Jr Joseph Me. East Florida Telephone Company M immensely I he program. which was
Arthur. Benj. K. Thrower, and C. i. East Florida Tephone Company M of a musical and literary r.at.ure, was
Blackborn of Live Oak. ig Good for Stockholders. Iwet rendered,. aad the ehildr,,, were
The party expects to remain at the "he Eet Florida Telephone C'on-. treated to flt. refreshmeuis these
Hale homeetead for a couple of days, Iany, which was organized in this Pity annual inelidelts ha e a great tendaney
and it is needles tin add that they will a little more than a year ago, ad to iencourase them in their work
appreciatee the hospitality of their which has eaiended ite lines for miles
host, who Is famous fur entertaining in every direction from (lalnpeville. The Requisite of -auty.
his friends affordindg fie ad Coneni enent ervee*. The first r. qdilsite of beuty a
------- announces that a fifth annual dividend I clear enampleroso Orion Laatilve
Heart Flutteriw of two and one.half percent has been Fruit Syrp clears a sallow, blos4hed
Undigested food and ga in the ltom. declared. payable Deeomber llst oomplexIon. ae it stimulate the liver
sch, located Just below the heart., This investment. which is in the and towel* ed the eyes become
pressed agai It is and eaoese heart pel- hands of competent authority, has I bright and l-ear You owe t Ito your
pitatioa. When your heart troubles proven most profitable to the owners friends to take It if your eomplesion is
ou In that way tase Helnrbia for a of stock, and the eerviee. whekh is be. bad. Orirto ssltive PFruilt y rip dops
fe days Too will soot be all right. ing inereased and eiteded every l ot auseate or Irte sad It is very
O a bottle. Sold by W. N. Jooona. month. will continue. i to )iner, int W. eC,,I, nlel uba tut,,es.
month, will contlhu* to lcrres* ia J J W. McCll-ir A 1010o0961.
..-- value.
AK The Ea Florida Telephone service i The Marriage Market.
Sasreently finished its iae tit ihrun- I i s Honor 1dge.1 Man rhaso itoed
FI N E so'L ev1 o* y. w*here * l*u* ;ma...ig. leh..-e wt.hin $be pool *wo
ments have been Inetalled. The sre. days So toe followfisa Maery MeNish
Sawed s ad split, all les gth$sld lasti ei econeets many of the most erIposr.lr W isll L Polto ad
WOOD OF BT QUALITY sad tant towns and villages in he county, isrtha hail Wiais BL PoliteWn ad
guarnated eatiotstme with evite or.reHallWebetee o d
der. Whenayoe atissti is of OVE ,and has proved a great advantage to Nrsa k 'siker. Waller taeoon and
WOOD please give me a call. Ever the maresent and grower alike Mary ('un,,.g 4sm The Jlede ss* ls
(aellity for niseli. splitting aN do-. I that*Ioii th, Ib* SO pthe r ba
liveriog wood promptly. Coaeol eIlI HoHere.t0s.thead arhas
*o o0. to. nsstrioemlal market hes
I SOLICIT YOt'R PATRONAGE. Among the prominent elsitors to oe uOp ,eptral ****eWbe.
B. C. O thi eity is Hoe. W I KEllis of uliy.,'
Proprietor Wood Yaurd, Corwer Ut. Atsorney- emal of Florida. who TO KILL THE DANRUPFP ILM.
yfenitvri Waoesod .Co (nierUn. sa- *me to speed a few days with frids.
Velle. reda. Col. Eliis is one of thie most widely st re *, r rwsre War s fetas
kn.. ows ad most popular of tihe Sot.i as om eCam
s.smI$ . d his t4regMth i usle *ie.- Itf y *o *a *W mi Or imi wnll t1.b
l s** istNh piled a h- ist. hme"asid meas't I n oI e I "e &Sip
plosush I the eidels of Whe fr iede l N,. / wsee sMa e
she hee MI o FMl ri a l le bllIs a e *l assewl h~tar they *we
ey ehae ats O Khle d* les ak the t' da.,drw TMel e ae bl aee or peep
iomti of h ople of his ausave *o t wI" I- ** *mow .e t* 1 1* '*m
soI..t. -" m see ao-it Nesto ss epsl sees
LAM a B yo u ct4LT. *6 ** tmw*o** -*y *of- a e
A e Prfee.l E raw* b*-rwiat **to the 1 a" e e ap w
I" f- to f ft1 11 m seare"%eoSme***se
-lbe two tenei o v- i 1es. '1o me had asit me s $a"ofs" Is
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SConorer's


REAL ESTATE MOVES.
Several Valuable Transfers Have Been
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Ti. ( riintn lim n ti l e u s,'e' t
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.i r 1' EI. Cannon a iurchased
the e!ee~l'g t elght-rom: r.r.idctni.' at
the ci r 'rr (if East Orar-. etreet and
North ()0k avenIe', o vi. '-'-u ied by C
A Nichols and femirv I. building
is twi-vo.t ry. modern in .v. ry replwet,
and is aiwa)s in dem~:iI for rental
puirpose,
The Abstract and Res'ty Company
has purchased the lhr,.e 'tttages on
West <( huroh Itreet, itween Ncrth
Garden and North PleasAnt streets,
erected a couple of yetro ago hby J, R.
Eddins. These oottale- were owned
hy H A. Pickett of Ne'-'ierry, and are
among the most desirmt) y located in
the city, ______
XMAS FESTIVITIES.
Methodist Sunday School Will Cele.
brate With Supper Tonight.
A, has already been announced, the
Sunday school of Karatiaugh Metho-
diet Chorch will hold th.ir Christmas
festivities this evening
The literary exeriespo will be held at
the church, beginning promptly at 7
o'clock, which will be followed by the
serving of refreshments at the Dorms.
tory. The public is cordially invited
to the church, where an interesting
program has boen prepared The pas-
tor, Rev. T. J. Nixon, re*qtiests all to
be on hand promptly at 7 "'clock.
Mrs. Toa F. NMcHeath, who has
charge of the training of the children.
requests them to meet at the church
for praeltice at 8 o'clock prompt.
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago dliring lthe severe
winter weather hoth nmy wife and mny.
self contracted solire, colds which
speedily developed iito the' worst kind
of la gripie with all it miserable symp.
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TEE DPAILYI 5l :O AIIIFLOIDA9 IDECEXBIlk 289 1905


o A I ALYv attention repaid by the efforts of the
Sgentleman from Newberry.
r e, "g" The case was opened by Selieitor
Thurmood for the State. He conflted
Maored at the Pos Otee stat*ealnsvUl a.. his honr and a half to the law besilog
a esfcond-olas matl tofer, on homicide. There was little *ppor-
IL R. MaoOCAKY.......idrtor and P.jb:,ier. unity for eloquence in thisAubjeo,
W. W. ASFLLY..... ,......Amoo~ate FAitor. out there was (Pe*sion for ilperb die-
R play o' legal Ior.- nnd the olioltor took
, RJ ..... ..........., ,r. full adivati ge oif the opportunity. His
LOUIS J. BUMNWY. uen'l Trav:f :iu -sent espo.i'ion of the statute,, decisions
SM. W ....Upt. C vq. I and legal principles bearing on this
P. M. PRKWtTT..... Rumt. Comrrcirv- mooi. I
I particular case was scholarly in the
OPPIC: PORTER DILOCK. extreme.
ofW. Malastreet, S. Trt.FPrnox434' William Everett, Jr., of prosecution
TMaDA4.V S lux, published evtry morulngez- took up the faetts in the case generally
Wt Monday, delivered hy carrier in the city, or and gave particular attention to the
maleedtoanypartof thle Init,.l tatcx, postage. liherrty of the pre.s. As a man of de-
b,ftors5a year;: 2.35 .,x months; St.25 three til Mr. Elliott has wonderful talent.
Shaths;or so cents fr five wceks-strictly in
1 3 f~l.i Hei picked up various threads of the
cape and wove them into a compact
Iseding notice-. i luni column so cents aline and vigorous argument. In his de-
wr rst insertion., and 5 cents for each additional ductionU logie was predominant aud
bIertion.
Ittes fordisplay advertising made known on he drove home his thoughts with
plkistlon. emphasis at all times.
SeCol. George Johnstone.
The Twice-.Week Sun is an eight-page, forty-
altumn paper, published every Monday and Col. George Johostonu was the great
Thursday, and contains all the news of the attraction of the day. He is a master
week, local, tate and general, and will be of ijlie and eloquence. An adept at
miled, postage free, to any part of the unitedd m and his rllr irresible.
aitesor Canada. for z.ooa year-in advance, sarcsm and hi. rtl ll1ry i- irreistible.
tHe was never better than today, so his
All advertising bills become due after arst oldest friends ase-rt.


appearanceof advertisaenent, unless otherwise
* lplated In contract. Parties not known to us
wil be required to pay for advertising in ad*
e se. Address, THE DAILY BUN,
GAixMv.LLz, PLA.

THE TILLMAN-GONZALES CASE.

On December 16th The 1un pub-
llshod an account of the unveiling of
the monument to Editor Gonzales oif
The Columbia State, In which there
were statements made that Col. Till.
man sad his friends claim we*, mis.
leading. Wt publish the following
that the people may see the other side
of the mutter I
EDOBPIILD, 8. 0., Dec. 20, 1906
Editor Daily Son: In your Issue of
December 15th there appeared an
editorial headed "Deserved Tribute,"
*ommenting upon the unveiling of a
monument la Coloumbia, 8. 0., to the
memory of the late Mr. Nareliso Ge-
Sr' Goosale. You took oeoaslon to
State among other things that the
fted to ereos the monument was raised
by popular subscription, contributions
omalog from every county in she State.
To those outside of South Carolina.
not familiar with the fasts, a wrong
Impreston may be conveyed. Although
almost every newspaper In the itate,
Silly sad weekly, opened their ool-
mame for contributions immediately
after the tragedy and editorially so.
lelted them, It took nearly three years
1to raise but little more than two
thousand dollars by "popular subserip.
Ston," If the published list be oorre*t,
and among the number were several
personal friends of Mr. Uotizales who
eonatributed fifty dollars each
You are In gross error when you say
that Mr. (Iontale "was shot down in
sold blood by I,leutenant.Uovernor
TilImla." No doubt you were mislead
by telegraphic dispatches sent oit1
from Columbia, as The State news-
paper Is correspondent of the Asso.
elated Prme aIn that oity.
It is not my purpose to go Into de.
tails which are entirely familiar to the
people of South Carolina, but not to
the eitilses of Florida, further than
to say that the faels proved at the
trial, in a oouno y selected by the pros.
Nation, caused a Jury to find Col. Till.
manS not guilty. lxsington county, in
whieh he was tried, bears the reputa.
tion of meeting justice with an even
hand, to high or low. rich or poor,
, I auk that you publish this card with
elippina from The Augusta (tia )
Chrelele in fairame to Col. Tillnmiu.
who has both friends and relatives ia1
and near your beautiful eity
Repoetfully.
.. T t'., %


Col Johnstone reviewed the antag-
onisms that arose early in Tillnmn's
life between the defendant and the de-
ceased Slartli.g with that Genuuoi-
ation uf Tillman by Gouzales when the
former was buta boy, he vividly traced
each separate quarrel and painted
word pictures that held the audience
and jury alike. The review of the ed-
itorials that have appeared in The
State was sarcastic and telling. One
editorial, more severe on Tillman than
the others, was headed :
"Partly Political and Partly Peirson-
al." The latter half of this caption was
ne'd to show malice against the de-
fendant. Every eloquent Interrogation
as to why Gonzales had followed Till-
man so ruthlessly would be answered,
"for reason partly political and part.
ly personal."
It was in dissecting the dying decla-
rations of Mr. (Goiales that Col. John-
stone made his best argument. It was
a model in every way. He openly
charged that the deceased was filled
with morphine and that is why they
differed. One was made to Dr. Bab-
cook and the other to J. A Hoyt, Jr.
They differ totally In detail and large.
ly in the main fact. The evidence
showed that one had been dictated in
shorthand to Stenographer Latham, It
was, however, never Introduced by the
State and Col. Jnhnstone asked: "Why
Is this etenographle dying declaration
held tightly to she breast of the State
and not produced here In open court?
Why? Let me answer for 3ou, gentle-
men. It contained nothing but the un-.
reasonable ramblings of a mind affect-
ed by the strong drugs that had been
administered. Just think of It' Two
declarations introduced that are dffer-
ent and one, the real one, csst into
darkness, there to remain for fear the
jury would see the morphine sticking
out of it!"
Col Johnstone also handled very
adroitly the editorial from The State
which elassed Tillman's following in
Richland county as blind tigers.
gamblers and mill operatives. The four
members of the Jury belonging to the
later dela- will hardly forget Col.
Johnstone's argument.
Mr. AblIll of the prosecution had
just started his address when the time
for adjournment arrived. The order
of speaking tomorrow is: Messrs. Nel-
son, Crawford. C'rtft arid 1ellinger

Appeal of George Rembert. Esq,
Which Brought Tears to the Eyes of
All Present at Tiiman Trial.

(LHl JoHN R. C t',K).

1.e onuat'n, 8. C,. tct. 12 -(lpe.o


Leiington, S C Libtwr 12 -- etal I--tleorge Remtwert. only two
(Speelal.)-The *alls of the court years a lawyer, and a former member
hoae at Lexington fairly rung with of Tillnian's regtmmnt. was the seoood
eloqueoce this day and the feast of or. stpaker in the Tillman trial today. He
atory has just begea It to no new de. s quite youthful In fuat. and more so
parture for this court room to te the in appearance Very little more thas
theatre of grand legal battles. but *el. a eophmorie effort was elp*eted from
don't, anywhere. dues a young lawyer -
S brag twars to the eyes of jurors Many HOw's Thisia
Seliebrated cast- in tSouth Carolina Is-le
hl history have been argued amd ad We offer One Hundred dollars re.
jdttiawd here CtLaga of voue have ward for any e of estarrh that a-
e thowuagrtea ese to this cotyured by Hall' Ostar
Ma asmse spleudbial fought canuWe F. J. CasuaT & Co.,T ledo. O.
have oriuaated sn the coouty. but ti W o. the undesigeed. have knows F.
se lf bthee has there beo an abler J Chesey for the last ayoei ,ad be-
lhere him perftey hoooesoable aU
S arM of talent than In the preeantI buIase tSe(aa etosa a- Maanealyt
one. And the talent here not e-. able to ear ry et say bl~ttes made*
fged tgoWeeN Iawaersnalone Twuo of by his eam.
a, the ju ll.eAIwd splndid sdp*eh whlesMa. DuiN A. i eS.S O
t oday sad eaea bet did not finish llsi 0al6rth I Cus i tao later.
O)O 5Jblise, os. e of 6he nally. aetsa dinet~y *es a the bleed
aageo aS int lelseeet lawyer of I ais moere s *o ef&.
Sabem sha se paba. DeaI hist oe o u a;M

111-mal 4nd 1 *s11r1% a this 1W mim


this young man. He had proceeded '
bat a short while when he elaimed tthe
attention of all. During the entire t
eourse of his speech he was logical and
at times eloquent. It was when he N t N gle t a C l
reached his peroration that ihe tri. L y old weakens r Lung, Cr the Vitality and mak t
umph was eored. When he protured system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus
Jim Tillman as a colonel. be'ovet by paying the way for more serloue dleaMas
privates and neit apostrophized by his CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES
wife, mother and baby girls, there .
were many tears shed In the court
room. Strong men cleared their
throats, women were washed in tears
and four jurors that I noticed wept.
There was a weak feeling about the
eyes of all as Rembert feellogly closed
his speech.
"There was a place upon a certain
day when a regiment which had sworn
to uphold the honor of South Carolina
was on the march. The way was long,
the sun was hot, and the men were
very weary. The colonel rode beside
his men watching the tolling linen.
He saw a soldier stagger. He rode up
to him, dismounted, aided the weary I P rLM N TL Cry cUR rS
soldier to his horse and taking his gun ConUIu ptopl, coulhs 610 8 W T W ,
trudged away in the dust and heat. A Astima Coroup, WChl;gt,
cheer went up whi3h passed from rank C rMon u rp, IW ho l n LuC lg,
to ranknd otheehits, o, wre too, toone 8ov *L g
to rank and others, weary to, took VEIY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT ALLARD' HORM3
heart and braving thirst and dous and HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES, DOES NOT
heat, marched on. And who was that CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
man? CURE CROUP AND WHOOPINO COUOH.
"Wait, gentlemen, wait. A tent MR41. ALLI LOONBAR *WAMwrtle, Tex., saiy6' "We
haven "d a" 7i s Herksehead reip In m tamtlr for several
was spread beneath the setting sun. l aSia 1% S elr mLtett e e me m d r e
res it eab t oaIwtaystretleved ose e*. siem had wabee
In t a dying soldier ly. No kindred wtu O the oeseb "teisbae B the lsmSDCL1Awm I U Uw 41
round the spot, but far away, perhaps, t l IW y for ChUidren. Every Bottle GuIWara* Ld
a mother was sighing for her absent p. arN 8 llW l, .N awI M W--
boy. A man stood beside him and ALL ARD SNOW INIMET CO.,I T.ITI nO.
held his dying hand. Tears were in ALLA SNOW NIM T CO.ST.LOM SM O
his eyes, but a word of cheer and com-
fort was on his :lps. He who lay there i SOD AND RECOMMENDED BY
looked up into his colonel's eyes and ; 'W M .JO~I TSON80 G-C3-Eti .es-v-ille
smiled-and smiling, passed into the !
great beyond. The man closed the
dead eyes with reverence, dashed the k FL
tears from his eyes and passed out. | I _
Who was that man? I -
'(+entlemen of the jury, there hell ,
sits-Jame H. Tillman, colonel of the U III UIU
First Sooth Carolina Regiment. He I A
was the friend of all and not too proud I I I 1
was the friend of il and not too proud In a Company that is Responsible. Have a Policy Correctly
to know the humblest private, and ot Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
one of them ever went to him to ask Pays Losses Promptly
for help in vain. The word that the
boys gave him still adorns his walls, j \I A A I r
and the medal they gave him is still YOu A re A ss red
an honored roll in his home. 0
"The boys are waiting now fr you. That no serious lose can overcome you without you have some
gentleman, to vindicate their colonel. refuge. 0
"We concede to those who are
against us all the privileges of the law. 0 i |
We feel for him whose life has ebbed % IlP A iIf lt ,Mn H2alh l,,1I1n I
away. We feel for the brothers who I [ft, WllU AvUiduua nUd U sU al U II UlaU e.
are left behind to mourn. We feelNo but Reliable Compani Represented
for the desolate wife whose life has Noue but Reliabl Companies Represented.
been darkened forever.
"When I think of his distinguished
kinsman taking the place of a father F A. M USHM AN,
to the prisoner at the bar, I feel that I or . nation cheefull urnished. .GAINESVILLE. FLOR A
nan fearlesly say to him. remember. hr y furn ed FLOIDA
ibg the great services he has rendered. "
to his native State: 'south Carolina
has no cause to cast dishonor on your -- -
name" PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
"When I think of his aged mother,
bowd down by time ad trouble, toW h sk s W lines Beer and
whom one touch of her beloved boy is
worth more than all that wealth can- --
give-and know that her hair is white. EXPRENS PREPAII). Bulk 4l o-d-Jupg Free-Net EIrpaAlL
luing beneath the torture that her son rFull Q. Measure. 4Qtj. aQe t IQts. *i ier gallon:
is suffering-I feel that I an say to Huntini Club Rye ..... e 6 4 (w 7 Rre. (a. Corn. t rUood rade.
Nelson (County Rye .. t, 15 ; 6) WO Per 3Ialon-
her: "Your life may be hearing its Monoram Re .. 2 e .t1 Rry e. 0.bort.Run.Flune quality.
last miltetone, but your troubles, too, Haene'' 4 Re 5 5 s ) H Re. G;in Corn Rumn. Best tfo thbe money.
are nearing their oend. Your boy Is becial Dropta 4 65o iIs a5 ^t Pel ndr. eGalo-:
your to comfor you. our boy i ach Blrandy 3 75 0 9 ed by age.
yours to guide yoo-to oloe your APP$e nY .. .... ,* % O0 9 e, tor~ Re, eroaniy. Mott
eyes with loving revereaee when yoni HoM(ed.la 2 't 4 i 7 3 iua!lIty
go out to sea.' iL 'nNorth i a aCorn 6A .I' ." I'tbUIS HEEIL i^.
"When I think of his wife. so Mountain corn s :S $ 9 Eltra Paie .....I
.oble, standing by him in this great JamS5 ; I, 4 I; stan dar rd
trouble, and by her every atelion nrae IBnyr 1 a r L er ar .... Im
branding as lies the many tales of A.Ortmen A..owed on Au Goods of s.o.e < ulnze' ,t. t s
scandal that have been breathed into Pr'e jPr ies bi the bi on appilcaon..
the public ear. I feel that I ean say to
her: 'Never again ean a toueh of W. n4i .11 HANNE BRCOS.E MO-YwL
seadal darken your life or his where ALl AT B O .._
love has shone *o bright ----..-...
'When I think of hil little girl- /' M. GaAA. Prelidet H.E. TarT., Caahler
with all the long streteh of yars be. ttes. W ns. VIoe-Preident I.as GaAA. Aset. Caehier

manehood-eaid seo her looking itasl IeS
her father's eyes with ail the love and
reverense that Goe esu live a human_


child. I fetl that I eaa say to her: 0 ESGAIT BVTIL M.
.1e of good shver;.y awa's los your THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
father, little one, he's coming home
again. h k of ta ......... .. ............... 50,00000
"When I think of the Wyo. my e00.0t
rad4 in the First regiment some her, Surplus and Undivlded Profits... 30. 00 00
and ome far away. amnd know how they mn '7baakfg 1 Wthac1ee
loved hbmadfor what esau. I feel D6oe to ?. .Iswealbe"v&. t
thla I ea eayto the"I 'Yoer eMtosl ryWP W *TIm06n* Al.sl-W s rMmesSM
till may wwid osealled tohe sord I. TA.T IOL OR-MA,.
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1 at yee tl nohor Lavew am.
Who I think of Seth Carolina
hat he has loved aandl erved. I feel
that Ieeas y to her: 'Old Isate. yal
need seuh eos to love ad serve you
setil.'
"Ad wshea I look eo him ad know
hbow behee eufed.W I I Umtha I a
amy Bles. behoetdiag ae 0jemse re
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLs FLORIDA, DECEMBER 28, 1905


WPRS FROM ALL

t- PARTS OF FLORIDA


Happenings From Various'
Sections of State.

lOST IMPORTANT EVENTS


Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to!
All Classes.
The people of Leesburg are bound to
have navigation open to that city if
they have to dig canals all over the
county.
Palm Beach is to have a society pa-
per, to be run during the tourist sea.i
son by J. Herbert Welch and F. 0. A.!
Lauerne.
Some of the people of Sliwannee
county are thinking of removing to St.
Louip, as they can do b'asi -si in that


The Caus


se.of Many MEDAL

Sudden Deaths. Was the


Th-eis a diccas4 Prevsih'i..i- usit~'

decathis a' vctl
4 by it- 'it .-..

heart ia : r

Inev : fe

L thkiaiv"


t'he Mdlulcihr, -)r tile kidneyst.v%
!,rt ak 1,)\%nat ;mil1waste nima cu.'. I
t1t'l r ti' lcs zalmol st. l\, i\ :t i t
frc ':! a 'leratil eirent of tOee o: t.I
a cure is o01taijtIx llptckest by a I r
tri.'atutezit'4 thI.e ki i aes. If %'u: .
ill- 118,1 'N.v '.'u Call aake u'o nii-t_*
takiiingDr. 1k1;lizlr'!4 Swamp-R~oot, ,!:C,
great k icltic i ver antl bladr!v, ,::.
It corrects itniialitv to W4o im r:,v x.
SC~ilking iutn asiuzia' vI
C41'1. 01c tAt :i ccsgtlteit
COII!IctIA tC14oI i o (ften tI:!..u t
anl1' ict Iflci) k13atV tirics -
ni.l. 'I'll ic iu il 1111d tile v~tl it,


county without beiug taxed. It s t.:; ,c hl hI est, t.r its ,,:; ; Ptr Il
clrc' ('f the i;ii)?.t ,li.,trv-hm ; >. -
Fernandina is making an effort to is ,t pl ,.ut t t, k, ', iS I
get a public building bill through soIl "v Iall elr .ists ili tii11'l \ II 1
Congress at this session. It will take ine-l l'.i ar si.'e Iolttlcs. You :.> \ !..1 a
one costing abont $10(,C00 to supply IsamUleC "l(ttlc sof this won.h-rni \ ', ,..
0W\'vrrv itll a boo)k that a tf;1.. ;,:i s ,,:1 t ::,
theirwants ithrc t frc Ich-nril. .\,l'lr-- : 1
Maurice R. Johns of Stuart, a mem- ier & C. .. I'ighli.iitowl,. N \\ '
ber of the board of county commit. 'r:iinI. ueltit readlIU,' t .:..s
(:T r In tl.-, l.dl t'r. ] ,T1 : ". .. ;uV
sioners of Dade county, has been :,.t ', .uti r.n;, e rthierl c i ,i '.:,-
adjudged insane and sent to the State l, .t. I'r. Kiiner s Swanim 1: '" 1 t'le
Asylum at Chattahoochee. a I Iress, Ilingihaniton, N. V., ,111 cVcry
Roland Hardy, a negro turpentine
worker, was shot while sitting in his
shanty Friday night at Pellicer Creek, NEWS TERSELY TOLD.
St. Johns county, by some unknown
person. He died in a short time. Paul H MMcDonald. of Atlanta, for.
Smery first lieutenant in the T'enth
The Southern Fuller's Earth Corn- Unit Stats infantry. who was scrv.
pany of Mount Pleasant is about ready ing a tw years' sentenr e for obtan-.
to mine, grind and dry fuller's earth ing money under false pretense, :ias
for market. One hundred thousand been pardoned by President Roosevelt
dollars is being spent on the plant. and will be liberated frotp the military
The Waldo News, published at Wal. prison of Fort Learenworlh. Kane, at
do, this eoonty. by Cricket Prewitt, is once.
one of the growing industries of Flor- nFre has practically ruined the nt-
ida. It is bound to succeed in the rior and contents of the Exohange ho-
newspaper line.Jor young Prewitt is a tel. one of the leading hostelries of
boy with the right stuff in his make-up. t'ntuntown. Pa. Guesta numbering
Robert German, a young man of 15) were forced to fliene to the streets
Tallahassee, got so drunk the day be In their night clothes. There were
fore Christmas that he did not know many narrow efPcaP( s.
what struck him, but from the looks The pope haa received In private
of his garments, all covered with blood, audience Harry St. George T'ucker.
he looked as though he had been fight- preildlent of the Jamestowt. Va., ex.
Ing a buzz saw. position company, wh.o is In Rome with
Miami will make a desperate effort tb objt of Intere-lng the Italian
to rid that locality of the gang of government In the exposition.
toogdm that has been brought there V-iscount Sitzbacki has bemn ap-
owing to the work on the extension of pointed apnese am tia.lor to ibis
the East Coast Railway The real- country information to this effect
dents need a few gatling guns placed h to S y Root
by Mr Ifloki, the JapanAe charge
on their porche. i Wshlnattn. D. C.
Richard Clarke, a colored bitchehr of
P'enscola. claims to be the champion .Matthew Pattr'son Woo.l, of New
Penatelelaimito be the ehamp;tiork nonlting enir. Tientat
meat center in the State (;iieo if he York consulting etgle-er, sientist
m eat et i t itate G o it h e a n d au th or ip di vad a fte rr i pro tran <,l
had seen the work a disky female dil and author Iv dead, a t,'r a pof rae V.i
l.;lnsh He was a1 ihor of iiiany pa-
on her husband ill thil city a few day. 1 1 i hs .
ago he would give up the contest and Ier. (en tehnInal su boets.
surrender the belt. While driving In a runabout across
the tracks of the long Island railroad
On Sunday morning the safe of the at IlrukIn Hills. N Y.. James Kelly
firm of Kress & Co. at Penesao'a wa. an, Harry Galway were struck by a
burglarized of opwards of $*.10 aid train and lnstantly killed.
she store set on fire. The stork. which .' Young Men's brstian a .soci.
was valued at $20,.), was damaged to tion teaket alil team played the Yale
the amount of some l5i,(xou The build- baket all ,am t -fore a large gath
Ing was damaged to the amount of ering at Mobile. Ala, Yale winning
1*200. by a score of .4 to 20.
Juset as Chai. HI lickinson and wife Judason aon, wo llMed Robrtt Ad
of Tallahassee. accompanied by Miss ams m t il arw.ll. G. wao tomund over
Dvi"e, same out of their residence on by hi. rroin, r, JurT anl re;eaAel on
Friday evening. some one flred a re- $.0 hal I
volver across the street. the ball otrik. Irvine I'a', r inl!'led Staee litltrlet
lag the side of the hruse. and rebound- ator e f(rc N. irnka. na. be.n v.
Ilg, struck Mrs. hickinson Forto- move,.1 n",.-'',) fr.,m office. Iy PrPe9.
astely the force of the ball wu cent .tent i{oe' .':
sad it did her no harm T. Carral.. la naval 4,rer rrmpey
The St. Augustine Meteor, the first has b.en trran. 'el at Whii'. prla.a,
Igacof which made its appearance in ,. a d t!.; t. inreorporated at oes,.
the AaelentCityon Deeember ?.td, i A't err "'.aalman sbte( Charlte Me4-
a very spicy 7-.olumn folio and edited kok threat *'., tAp at Ialtwell. Oa
aad published by Senator Lewis \
Ai. It Is a well prioted weekly pa- Traite Crashed Throuwg *ridge.
per, aad the editorial work ind'eastes Whit lprlus. ha.. Dee 17-'-f
thUa it is in the hands of one well wodvXa brite* over the wraee* river
posted on Florida affairs $Jeess to of the Piordsa sad OGWra raltw&y ha
Ti Meto* wMhel away T ~e bridge is %t Iaw
Talk abost immigratios-talk stoat l th eqptsE How* sad sot noW
tiM u p o ar& M U a t a d w ad te p l a s Ie et t h e V ,fre i4 h t ta w i n h a d
wihImporteda ettles,but if s Johns b, e t 'g oE*C at 'o if r as I
gusty won't Moo be ableto pill every s r t e st 4n a,
sgesm areof is dolalan is chare* of
She b arttle. thel ai*as speak for Laorapp 4 Pea'*i*.
m laght. Je*t *oon ep the somber of PI of fo lerp-
d in the cit sad cst abit sverW follows lthe ** of Folo'
dulaga he efn sad eec it or a.*. H'i'ey and Ta' is eas tee rtp.,
jeoiem aeg far waong -- f Aour ase e,-ngs sad pr*ee*5. pee**o, a aed
erron-.ee umptbeO Ask fore V'ey's Hoeee
issio' ...asd Trs ad4 refo say obeiitei* e*
Af 5 dIic,*(, f4ed Mr. (, Vaeeer. 157 OaiM
Por Iptein. bremes. burme eald ae garet.t Ct:aeo wnese: "'My will hl
eI b lI Jer tJe rt there n e ma* 1 *** a-*p I ppe.s e tsame eas
oa m Oaimbsrlas's Pas Bcia. age4 is bef *.r wats a .'r.
Ua a-t lb *v*I*a ad aol esly B gsut .ned a ose lt of f
s Iem Msl f pass. ibea y aa Tian a gi pj l |
p IW s heel t she ms- It4** I am k
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cf Congrem.
Crani I'. Neb.. Dec -'T
Poell,. e, in' et!rk-elect of .
ty. has r ei el a letter fr
dent Roo- vit conveying t
inforn.ma:in iti the fir.t n'
honor i0ivn iiinder the act of
approved! F'. 23. 19O0. ,I
a;'arlhd to hIm for consplai:.
ery in saving the life of a v' r


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LuitI~Frulit nrp

Tjonw laxative Dows
=V=ip o n at eet.
cur. wwach and ver

W" and chronic ceins
adpadoiby restorngthe
U~thaboem2 h JnOfl fthe Ito m 0
differr 'n'd bowels.
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rI 1 1 vI. own, anti d p1 A .11' 111
comn.r'n ::aion for the det'il.
Mr. l',. % 1 i vwas a lo o o. ole.
man. rn :i'io .si plot inil snatihed a litt' f '
the trai'ck. a'ivng it from
he hin t '.f f i*; under th -
Ing a lvi anil !i ing other is. n-

Doctors Could Not Help H- r.
"I had kiliney trouble for \..tr,"
writer Mro. Ri.ymond Conner ,i1
ton. Wah.. "and the doetors 'ill (nt
he'll me. I tried Foley's Kid' t 'are
and the erH first dose gave ii. r.*h ef
itht I ,'l l11"w M frPr d. I e'm9iri-' ,iv fti'
much for Foley's Klnary .r. It
makes the ilip'eased kidney A P il ,ii
they will elinitnate the poiiin 4 fro1i
thh blood. Un lest they do thi. ohi
health is mi poiiible. J. W 1 t' JiViNn
A Co
Received Threatening Letters.
Syracusi e. N Y De . k't.,rri a
M ('lils otne' of the \\ 'ail :, : i. ,1n'
In yracuse antid a multhlilll;,,:i.'ii has
reclveal two sir:ange letters fioin sm:i,
person who pretends to 14' i m, in, r
of the "Blak Hand," thre', nirng to
blow up .Mlr. (rulse's bouir If he lid
not place $2.400 in cash In a citlr box
es the curt tn front of his r.eil vncl
to It.' ('.cled for In the ag'ht.

In Mad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chsei after
health, front one extreine nf fuiddimrn
to another, when, if they could only
eat good food, and keep th.ir towels
regular with l)r. King's New Life Pill.
their troubles would all pass way
Prompt relief and quick sure for liver
and stomach trouble. 26o at all drut
stores; ioaranteed.


Retail" ra e rI eatilve. men 'e"' of qevery plitt aloongOf-IW. iiOOf
Laciotl'tl.'s in tl,- -aRip of Florida, jeartivitilanlY


SPI'i I UlTI I:% i A 6Ireelrnof tItIIIlesTat 14lePKearoeheeg
P4gernts tfor Nom-ke.Ideuutl a*d lbwner's;P141111 Of('**Ntlee
Tell% isFAVg.*


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Send your orders for Job Printin to


THE SUN JOB OFFICE.


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The Kind You Have Alwaym Bought, and which ha. beea
to use for over 80 )yars, has borne the signature of
Stand has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since Ita Infnuicy.
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Countert'eits, initatilos and "Just-asirood" are buti
ExIerlments that tridle with and endanger the health or
Inlanta and Children-U-xperienco against Experiment.


What is CASTORIA
Oastoria la a harmleAm substitute for Castor OU. Pos
gorle, Drop.s ad Soothing Syrupu. It is Pleamant. It
contains neither Oplum, Morpline inor oth'r Narcotiv
substance. Its nige lo Itst guaritante. t. d<'(troys Worm
and allays F'verilhness. It rures lD)irrho4i' atud WVind
Colic. It relleves Teething Troubleh, cuires (' n'tipatlon
and Flatuletcy. It ainlmnilatec the Food, regulation the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy Iail nittural sloop.
The Children's Panacea-Theo Mother's Friueid.

CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

SBear the Signature of






The Kind You Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.





THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT C0, Inc.


TNt WALL STI[ET ]OURiAL.


THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
DAILY NEWSPAPER. .


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Vallaf*.
8t udiog t in1e'rlying t'iges it' Mea' Irk.*t

Reviewsi, anaalyze-m aznd ci-it ia'ioI-s 1 lroasa
zuald In 4ltiptrial rtlpa)it-4.
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For Closed Shop and Eight-Hour Day
for the Printers.
New York, Dec. 27.-Final prepare.
I tons will be made this week by the


"inn,.n, v-ioy o r me iaii[fi-a.,Li,," T'rypotbeae and the Typographical
bght and Water Woeks co:lpany has union No 6 for the fight for the closed
been mysteriously murd red. Collins shop and 8-hour work day in all book
and a negro aselstant er, repairing and job offices which i expected to
a break in the waf''r "aln, working begin on January 1. A repreentative
with a lighted lantern in a ,litc, about of the Union said yesterday:
10 Oclocke a ,The only demand we made was the
Some one appro.che., ordered ti closed shop and the eight-hour work
to come here." too h to o day, the nine-hour day having prevail.
"We are too A sy to s1t)p, o lain .ed up to the present time. The em-
anewered. A pitol was fired and the players have refused the eight-lour de.
bullet entered Coillins' forehead, pro. ma d a w t o rd t
ducing instant death. The frightened n i h w b a bt
le. "open shop. The nA11t wsil be a bitter
ero fled. ".one. We are not afraid of the result.
Shortly afterward Robert Gorman, rKIbi
horry afterward Rtobert Gorman, We have more than $60.000 available
a young man prominently connected, -w e mor th"an i 600,0 v a e
staggered into a residence In the same .ow.and can rse $500,000 lf nces-


nelghborhoo,1, covered with blood and
his coat on fire. from powder and I
bullet woundJ In his left side. Gorman
laId:
"I have been drinking '
lHe gles no explanation how he came
to be wounded. Oollins came here
three months ago from Wrightsville,

Coughing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn.
ing at hie home In the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
oold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to It. Yesterday morning
he was selsed with a fit of oooghing
which continued for some time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
he could arrive another eooghing
spell oame on and Dookwell died from
suffocation.-Ot. Looui Globe Detao.
orat, Dteomber let. 1901." Ballard's
Horehound Byrop would have saved
him. 26o, es and $1. Sold by W. M.
Johnson.
Volcano Vigorously Active.
Ban Pranciaco, Dec. 27.-According
to the passengers who arrived on the
liner Ventura the Volcano on the Is-
land of Savall In the Samoa islands,
is la vigorous activity. T'e glare
from the crater at night Is visible, It
So said, at sea many miles away, and
the lava has covered an area of 30
square miles. This molten flow has
filled 11 miles of a deep valley, and is
headed for the seashore. Natives,.
whose homes are near the beach, are
preparing to abandon their huts and
coooanut groves at sort notice.
Cured Paralysis.
W. F. Bally, P. 0. True, Texap,
writers "My wife had been suffering
five years with paralylss in her arm.
when I was pweruaded to use Ballard's
Snow Liniment, which cured her el.
right. I have also used it for old
*ores, fro thiiles and skin eruption.
It dos the work." Sold by W. hi.
Johnson.
Fire Destroyed Large Part of Town.
Baker ('ity. Ore., Dec. 27-A nmes-
sage by telephone to the Democrat
from Sumter. Ore. states that fire do-
olroyed a large lnrt of the town of Tip-
ton. 31 mille soutlh of ituniptor. A
blltzard In raginii areNiinpanil hy a
heavy snowfall, and nearly al1 the po.-
ple of Tipton a're hotmelsru
If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be sure anti use that old and well-
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Hooth-
tng Syrup. for children Iwething. It


Saothes the child. Aoftens the
allays all pain. ciire wind eolie
the boat remedyl fOr diarrhea.
stV-fvo *tits a "Ittlll.


flums.
sti ito
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On the preparations for the coming
struggle William Green, president of
the New York rTypothetae says that Its
members are prepared to Install compe.
tent non-union machine operators anai
other printers In the various compos-
Ing rooms.
The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eighty-five and ninety
years of age are not the rotund well
fed, but thin, spare men who live on a
slender diet. Be as careful as he will,
however, a man past middle age will
oocaselioally eat too much or of some
article of food not suited to his consti-
tution, and will need a dose of Chain-
bersain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to
cleanse and invigorate his stomach and
regulate his liver and bowels. When
this is done there is no reason why the
average man should not live to old
age. For sale by all druggists.
Horse Pulls Buggy Against Train.
Pt. Wayne, Dec. 27.-A horse hitched
to a buggy ran Into tLie Pennsylvania
special at Delphoa, 0.. and Henry Hon.
berst and daughter, Rose Moaherst,
were instantly killed and Mrs. Barney
Wahomhoff was severely Injured. The
accident was not known by the train-
men until the car Inspectors In this
city ,llscovered a bugry curtaai fast-
ened in te door of a car and an In-
quiry down the line waA made.
Strike Is Repudiated.
New York, )Dee. 27.-No worker;
were happier than the 100.000 skillet
men in the building trades when It was
announced that every union, with the
exception of the housesmilths and the
bridgemen had signed a trade agree-
nment of from one to three years. to go
into effect Jan. 1 Ily this action the
unions have officially repudiated the
strike of the Structurnl Iron Workers.
Italian@ Kill Policeman.
Torrington. Conn.,. Dec. 27.- -Whilt
attpmi.ting to arrest a party of Ital-
lans who were fighting. IRobert New-
itt. a psileman was fatally shot and
l1. H11ull, c.lef of police, was stabbed.
Eight Italians were fighting each other
when the policemen appeared and theI
ItalIans turned their weapons agalset
then Chief Hull is eIxpcted to re-
cover.
A Certain Curs for Croup.
When a child shows symptoms of
eroup there ls no time to experiment
with new remedlee, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
'Thr., is one prepratlou that can al-
ways k, depended upon. It has been
IIn use for many years and has never
irern known to fail. via: C(haran6erlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton
of Market, Texas, say of It: "I have
u.ed ('hambtrlin's Cough Remedy in
severe cases of croup with my ehil-
tdre,. and can truthfully say is always
gives promptly relict." For sale by all

Was Killed by BrethTer.
11,( 8irlnai,. Ark, r. le 7-James C.
Mlc((':ods n b dot and nlstantly kill
ed his yotuiwir brother. John After
he klilng he' nurrtndered to the eble4
of 1111tice Te wif( oft James (r Mo-
ji "l',islo rr',il-y ,lsappearedt for sev
eral weska bt returned to her iee-
bend here and the trag ty occurred i
ipoa the rfit meeting ,f the brother .
S'b two me*a are prolnaeaUy cmaect.

Torture of a Preacher.
The story of the tortur, of Rev 0
l' Morv. puaetor of the Haptite rehrh


hI A N 1) A S' 1) tJK"ET~lk',,.t lartwrovilie. N il ItVs
Togothrr w it, V a.ssy I' ir "V's;s y' i e *&ys: **I sufferd rmm$.,
11weet bewf'r. SC!*ToIt 1wt'141ps111, 1 css sfapoersie"Ot oalw. smallt-
tJailto'e At&* o tilaous01%Itr -' Ott uii Irin tru he grip. I had to slep sit.
ON I Imysae* %mb isp In bed I tried mmry rem-
THIC (IIY.A1 I kYki. 41 *It- whou~t relief 0in1til1I1teok IDr.
OFI A01115ATS King. New Ibteeury f1w Cossemp
lilly 3&.44t he h unnirst tonimiatsstion couaghesmmd Cods. whehentirely
on she k&merteatu od eurw'my 0s06 ORAsad sewed me r
All whe 4189 to herea good 04leaugh f' umptwe" A gruAmdsorte feeism
oweandwe the Rmpire Comody Co ~ esee m up
Ticketsasmmsale as W. WA tr es onA% all d @04111119m"d 04S,
deteiday. Depwe 3m8Ib guaemsod. TvW f&Ws


Negro Jalfed for Arsn.1
Macon, Ga., Dec. 27.-Millard Rae,
,a negro. is in Jail charged with arson
It sla claimed that he burned the house
In which he was living in South Macon.
The suspicion is that he and his broth-
er were in a row with each other

about a love affair. He says his broth-
er burned the house in anger, but the
neWlhbors accuse Mlllard of burning It.


Marshal Kills Man.
Meridian, Miss., Dec. 27.-Robert
Wsells, a well known young man of
Union county, was shot and killed by
Don Cleveland, city marshal. Wells
uad Just walked up, and slapped Clers.
land famillarly on the back. The cause
of the trouble Is not knpwn.
Remarkable Cure.
"I was much afflicted with seiatles,"
writes Ed 0. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick
Co Kan., "going about on crutches
and suffering a deal of pain. I was
Induerd to try Ballard's Snow Lni-l.
ment, which relieved me. I used
three We bottles. Is is the greatest
liniment I ever used. Have recom-
mended It to a number of persons.
All express themselves as being bene-
fited by it. I now walk without
erutehes, able to perform a great deal
of light labor on the farm." 25c, eOc
and $1. Sold by W. M. Johnson.



^ Miss Tebeau's

Boarding and

Day School
No. o wm ,Usa St.. s..
GAINESVILB.. - FLORIDA
not Ses*o pemed
sepoloer 1h 1361


013 L

EIAORADO CAFE
(ClegJniesa lna (ebes a Feiaerr.
Everything In Season Cooked to Order.
OYSTERS AND STEAKS

COFFEE the Best.
PRIGZ8 REASONABLE.
WEST SI DE SQUARE,
W Wesst MaSe .


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VLIV HAXUN'K. P"LA.


Paradbsefor timilaig and Fisblug
Thin bW Iseli. unrAW Dw ztanagMe1' MeNW
WeeWd "etb". louIVA, 11.for tshe umim er.st
becommodestoem ~e bunting.telmies jeiiert.
turkey 6" d mal gameiii. fI"411*UieNo be WAn
btoal fu or omitmedaucitof gueew (Mdde
for buattegband iieb Partiolf
For M we a"ad ceem modelow neadese
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Keep Your Had Clea

A y Oaf SmA~ aw.?ret "%"Ia"ie OW
tits It Y"u W"M be"*e vt* y ir
f b"3, am~ atfela"W-06o
Theee a th UW oa eavato ja a aan'smya-g
tom Out f Wbsk" b*"r Wed,
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NMine or 0ouked WEr
FLAW R and our "IoW AN)' bW
WkMWhu Auda iit. Gambreed -" as
14 IsW Mao ubacmom 66eUA
KEYSTONE AK11%
Whom.ISA. R. T. Nbqk prol, e.


Louisville &

Nashville Re Re

Best Line to
strulexhant, ReAvllsNeuha

i.Louis, Chi m .mdaul p.4b
%aeub404 Wd W In thmgach cur.

001m line opftatiag thevnush slerpoil
raw'110 da tosbefieso
001'y ibo opentiamg %be'mgbaitpr
from ie rosda 6& ft. Louis with dining


earth s*re e
Frisl diilagserviev in th*e Seth
Through oeariet eleper t1o Calif.,r.
For itfomaaie aa to rats* to a&1
petleo Nok ad Wasl. *bedu als and
all afelmrsteI sll oa or write
GEO. E. HERRING,
Eh. SL. *1t. L I 1. .,


COLLINS MYSTERPIOILY SHOT. ARE PREPARING FOR STRUGGLE.


For Sale by....


THE SUN, Gainesville, FU.


Untabiliaxn~ed 1870

~..F. DUrTTOIW& CO.,


BANXZJR S.

Do a e~neal baaking bushm. buy and sell oroes nand Damese lO iebage.
Tbe aesaew of banks. be~era. orporstim. twmers, e~baSu and o@fers
received om favorable term. Special f wale. sto making .ooiesslo05 OG&al
a6eeedbie polo" in %be Umised 864Wes


S(&AIMNE93B-UI TL T:


CHARLES


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-DEALERS IV--

Whiskies, Wines

and Liquors
Nos. 511.519

BAY STREET,

JACKSONVILLE,
S)FLORIDA.

Agents for Pabst Mllwauke S Beer
Export, per bbl, 10 dos, $11; perdos, $1.25
Blue Ribbou, per bbl, 10 dos. $12; per dos, #1.50
Jong's OlclaaItl Red Hart Beer.
Per bbl, 10dos,. $9; per doz. Si.


We
on the


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pay freight or express charges
following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above tvprything In
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........ 12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
S12 fall quarts ........ 12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bntled la B4d 'eUnder veramet tepervksem.
4 'ull quarts, del .... 4 00
; full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ....... 10o 75


186 SBLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN,
Years Old:
r 4 full quarts 3 20


S t; full
12 full
SHERIDAN CLUB:
4 full quarts ..
A2 full quarts ...
1'2 full q irt.; .


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We are dealers in everything in the
Liqlior line Whlkies, Gins,
IlKui and( Wines from
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De DoA(IfOITNll The Floridas
.... L V... Fruit and Truck Grower
Painter, L J. StT, M w toer amn ,
Decorator and OCAL, FLA.


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ACMNf0WLEDNED
TIP! BEST
MACOIPE ON TME IARIUT
I Has Tabulator

1[M WIEvery Machine.

Lightest Shift! Lightest Runn)ngl The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholet. More Fay-Sholes in
use in Gainesville than any other machine.


6 THE DAILY SUN: GAISVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 28, 190
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DE('EMBER 28. 1905


"INE GAMBLERS

N WHO HAVE WON FAME BY
tHEIR RECKLESS WAGERS.

S-Has Faurnised the Greater
*ber of These Forlone Pluniers.
11 G iynn's Daring Play The
I*Art" of I Deansa suita.

'From ti t ti) ,'"e throughout the
worMl cu AluIw Unii onZi wvinIo hlias
flouri!I *d aInl L ' 11-.. . 1 -,


whether she should go free or kiU tier-
silf. This was agreed to. aund i.e of
ti' party, a g-niibler known theo cun-
try :iroiiiid. was selected. Tlhe \vniit; i
loht. Thise' who looked on thd > :r.e-
ly time t) understand this whbu .Lonii,
l'Paulta drew a knife from her btet
andi pluIg:4l It into her heart.
The women of today, although t hi y
doubtless pamble as heavily as in otl,. r
tinime, incline more to speculation inl
stocks. The new woman will g -n
gambling, but nppearanuce show thrli
she cnres a girea't deal more for tl;.-
money there i~ in it than she doot- for


B SUBIlSTES8 OJUUDE 3


DR. DEVERE B. MORRIS.

....DENTIST....


Oftl e over .miireus q ndel'. Phone

J A. CARLIl. .E,
ATTfORNEY AT LAW
And Solicitor in Equity


hnlt,,:y t, 11l ovcr ;- I over agaln i I the notoriety of belog a gambler.- L. i Real Estate, Conveyanoing aold ten
story off "..t :: t,:I Ka:lIIlhhrs. erpool Mercury. eral Practice. All business prtniItly
V'rd.i. i:;L ;:: :i-. the ,re.ter Inum- attended to. Office next door to "n
er or t'i,'-,. l,,.it 1:1:i ;Lind as not betn CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEA R'S. O flice. LAINBVILLK, FlI ,'IA
fur t-.---. \\';;::r A ll ic; haS put --
far h,,i,'l-ivd kieriva lha,4 put Get the Handsome Embossed Cards at
f,,." r ,r y ,. f.:::h. lein-The Sun Job Office. F 'RDINAND BAYER,
t ,I ,W to e ,.:i in th have some very handsome em- ATT NY AT LA

bt!ol of 1 : I : ", 'ik i tt mket' bosSed Christmas and New Year'scardn'. LAI.ftAVILI 3, v,-
them ; ,: ;,!t. T ,r>f 'o.r !- r. MTie. "" which we will print your name for !
de M to.te,n -0.1 -V I .::J t lis.t. Christmas or New Year's call.i Can sell your city property, (im.
her f,,,trite gai,,,, ,. I. 1,t iV. at Ttihy are very tiHe and if you desire proved and unimproved). phui hate,
dtelglite alti ,' I t.o ,4h hr them you hou 'd put in your order ear. Rocking and farming lands. Seiil htim
dtlih tl ; l ..1 of l r |a iot of what you offer for sale. 24'2.n.
winniniill'. it l, ..t h ,* ., ly Call sland see ample at 'he co,it. i
.... ... u- E BAKER.
that In li,2 I.ouis L ii '. -:i'i t'. r r Important Notice. ,
It is recorded of ni:;!a.,:,' t ';t I (iainesville, Fla.. December 1. ,19 J ATTORNEY-AT-LA\W,
night, while the king I i t::k t I'". We wish to give timely notice to our . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
risked a sutu equal to t '.i .1 patron, both gas and electric, that we
gle card and that the kiun i :u. .1.. 1 I have found it absolutely necessary t,1 GAINESVILLE, Aiachua Co., i -l.
when no one could bt fouln It, adopt a new system. Beginning on tl',, Office in Endel Blcek
the bet. But madame al.5o I it. 1)1, I first day of January, 1906, we will dim. -
New Year night, 7T,41.tm) crowu- ;it pense with a collector and a-lopt the
boca and on another night tl.:-ul t )utem of mailing the bills to every R. J. H. ALDIERMAN,
2CXl,`On at the saine game. customer and all bills will be due and
Mmue. du Barry was the most famous payable at our office on or before the
woman gambler of the time of Louis loth day of the month or 10 per cent D E N T I S '.
XV., but with her it was only a pas- will be added, and if not paid on orbe.
time. But that other favorite. Mme. de fore the 20th lst. the gas and electric Over Duiiona Coa Raub -Je erIT'
Pompadour, went in with the sole ob- service will be discontinued and one -
Ject of winning. If she could. It is re- dollar charge will be collected for re-
corded that her winnings were euor- connecting service. We are not re. Da UORDON i) TISO4N,
mouse and that In a single night she sponsible if bills are not received
eared the pockets of the king of 25,(OO through the poetoflofe. as they will tbe DENTIST.
louis d'or. regularly mailed. This rule applies to -
Queen Marie Antoinette, according to every gas and elestrie light consumer.
history, was a gambler who liked to 1b Therefore be governed accordingly, as offie in MIer Law eZtraco
satrrounded by gamblers. Faro was the this system will be rigidly enforced.L. ..
popular game, but the stakes got to be
O great that many a nobleman had hi and the following rates for electre
entire etattea wild out in a mingle, current will be in effect January l't T HE WEST END,
night. Scandal rose high, and the gime 1 FINE WINE. LIUOR C AR
was forbidden. Nevertheless. In a short 50,000 watts and under, 15c per M1 FINE WINES. LI44UOR & CltIARF
time It was being carried on again not waits tJOHN M E"NZIJS. Proprior
"ily In the apartments of the queen. 50,00 to 200,0)00. 12c per M watts. 1,1-t W3 B s*t.. JaeMt. ville., f-.
but at the house of the Princess de 200.000 to 800,0X lOc per M watt. -
Lamballe. At first the queen and those 800,000 and over. 8c per M watts. Faust beer. bottle and draght. Don't
who desired to play with her went to Special rates made for power pur. fall to eall on when Jaksonville
the apartments of Mme. de (luemene, polee.
whMe bouIse is credited with having IlluminatioR gas, $2 25 per M THE SUN
been the scene of the highest continued Fuel gas, $2 per M.
plaofanyInFrance. But ruatter discountof 10 r cent if bill i JOB PRINTING
so bad before the end came that noble. A discount of 10 er cent if bill isJOB
me. would no longer pliy with the paid on or before 10th of each month.
queen, and she admitted to her table Respectfully. DEPARTMENT
many common gamblers. Then the GAINK( v.nt,. (JAR & ELIT(1RIC 1'PowKR
scandal broke in full force, for soue i'.)Mi)AN.Y. Makes a Speclalty or All Kinds
were caught cheating, nand one was Christmas Holiday Rates. of lan and Fancy
even arrested for picking a lioc'ke't. ln andFancy
Possibly the nimot famous' womija The Atlantic Coast Line, to give ev. I
ganmbler of English hititory was N..ll ry one an opportunity to visit their
Owynn. the actress who w"' io ((great homes and friends, will sell tickets ac-,Coni m ercial
a favorite with Charl.i II. In that coat of the Christmas holidays be
reign the ninimers.- were wivch the sami- i ween all points at one sand one-third
1a they were at then- Frnch court. Neil fares plus twenty.five (251 cents for I II I
GO'vynn lo.t 1.5.4'n to her rival, thl the round trip. The.e tieaets will be Ji
Duchens of 'levelinid. and In one ye.r on sale Decembr 22, 2d, th. . 0 .
of0 19 w h toni .Decembe r ,r 28d, 24th, 25th, ... F o ...
b0et upward of tell-is W) whi-h thw king .
There bha n..ever ,te.n known. so th, 81o t and January lot. nal f imitns ._ i SS en
b amling a n women as wa of ame January 4th. Business Me ,
ed on In that relim. After the For etudento and leachere theer *sane
of MN:zarin, tle of the ral l rates will apply with he etc.ption Professional Men,
"hUad loolt it.4mol< 0 "bhe died In n" a that they will bo on ale December
want 171h to24th, inclusive. These tickets Manufactories, Etc
Tbh acknowledged quiuen of Ameri- will only be soid to students upon preo. L, B Banks on *Lrt Notice,
women I ratIr. wtas I.nna a. senat iso of oa f ertifleate signed by the
who was. trn in TeTxa alout prineals aad president of the vari-
but early went into .Mexiko to ititonThe following lettr frm n of our
over outlaws and cowhys. Tb oe L os. The following letter ti of our
e wAll of thelwhotiveyee daughtrrmli order e.stoe .IIfeho ha plai.
Lonss was s4-arceiv tti*u- yl h- e I'sdl n y:
age when she fl In t, lh an ol1 coming hoer Chrisimas should call on Louiqville, Ky Fehb 27, lts.
garnibler rIani.tid Qutll.et.pr. who Atlantic 'Cast Line a.nts or write H H MeCreary.
t her eve. tr'-k ki,4wn to the Freak C FoIylso.. DIstrect Passenger' liaeevil; e, a p
Wir's art. e lrl31" tier r.t mr, Agent. Jacksonville. Fla rS ir: Recived thespriating
bPer'. anrt. I I.n ndl No r rtr.t er Agh, t. Ja ll. matter in doe time. a .d will say that
a e ln alo deit- Norte ghie wih 'it is perfeclly satisfactory I like the
a child, and the rough gmler* I Ia V1 i so msh Mlany Uask for
ed at her. fli I-I your prompt steltohi t ,li iesg order.
IMt they soon found that the-v w,-r. Your trul
match for her. ...N that ,een ir .I 1i CBI N. w C ".ruC T..

gpre with twe bI Wih Th, Ue i W Wi J od to THE U.
m*rlmg years Lomna Paqu.ita grew to F to w l. g
Sb s bautiful woman tier hair was i (fuf^ "5
*L black as nlght. she had ,i.*' that-A U OUT
1ein4end those of the rnrbters. wh-, -LO U U I>
byed. with .er and a voi e "as t r-w Iae-e*.-1
i stivery as a tIeI. Kh wa. so as T" Io t to to eV @ tr peps Al-b. eaety as -4.) sree is
soeme a woman as Sae.et with heert of *, alnt nerrT,t Ob, I veMar a--r UQtd Tee ml. W md ?s
4 ben. Hler *mall white band.. ,i.l my. 2 tirl rh i?
mil* the carle with a sklid that ,IdM , 1e't y---r -p t ly- gs. ii.e Thwle.
lgald the watchfttnm of tbhe keenest wry" -- UI1 se a. inr r. M
..t>. *tm Be -ay 's be o enly r*o (t.A'*. Vie. pe,.
The werv many people who thoutgt I w rfa g Iags, a1es. e, ,.ar. plum, pa.
St wa-s sity I' k thtt foilowev her i Pt ease, sad all an* *'f vMb .
b be et kept Up torIt lne sd tlh Ir FIwtec I te*I. *1 1

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hw btai- BIrfr "" *h wa twenty b.t.rh.s e wUl .ae i -a Mie .lWSb Ul l e.lt 5


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILL. LOBRIDA. DECEMBER 8, 19O0,


IYV *J. A. Roberts cf Kanapaha was in
NEWS OF M Y AND the city yesterday.
OUNTY N0NSEDE L. ['re-seott fer Cyril was trading
COUNTY CONDENSED -e city yesterday.


Matter of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AN* SOCIAL. ITEMS'
What MHa Happened and What Is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
9O That "He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Ladies' calling cards in latest styles
at San office.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The Sun office.
Peter Mill-r, Jr., of Irvine was in
the city yesterday.
House to Rent-Near barracks. Ap-
ply to J. F Seagle.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale. J.
N. Bone Phone 19.
W. B Griffith of Irvine was a visitor
to Galnesville yesterday.
Fruit akes for immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
J P. Lynch of Fairbanks paid this
city a business visit yesterday.
Ex.Justice J. A. Tucker of Rochelle
was trading in the city yesterday.
Fifty-horse economic boiler for sale
cheap. Galnesville Ice Company.
The Bon Industrial Edition sent to
any address postage free, for 10 cents.
Deputy Sheriff J. H. Granger made
an official visit to Alaohua yesterday.
Some fine city and country property
for sale. 0. C. Pedrick, Galnesville,
Fla.
The Empire Comedy Company has a
Mud Town Rube band that is up-to-
now.
J. N Blanding of Rumter, 8 C., is in
the city, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Dolig.
W. J. Jones of Sampson City was
transacting business In this city yes.
terday.
Lost-In front of the Pitta house, an
overcoat. Reward If returned to W &A
R. Cafe.
Dr. J. HI. Colson has had suspended
in front of his office a new and attrac-
tive sign.
Furnished rooms to rent, pleasant
location. Mrs. Mollvaine. o10 Arre-
dondo street.
Chas, A. Willcn and F. E. Lindsay
of Jacksonvllle were visitors to this
city yesterday.
Now is the time to order your Christ.
mas and New Year' cards. Fine line
of samples at The Sun office.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
6.e'.6sn per dosen. $8 per hundred.
C()sh must company order. dawtf
D. E. (odwin of Fairbanks, manefer
of the Chase naval stores plant, was a
business visitor to this city yesterday.
Mr. aid Mrs. J. M. Halle have re.
turned from Jacksonville, where they
lave beon on a visit to relatives and
friends.
Mrs. W. 0. Livingston of Palatka.
who has been here os a visit to her
son, R. H Livingston, has returned to
her home.
The Industrial Edition of The Sun
is ou sale'at Avera's and Vidal's news-
stands. (let a copy aitd send It to
your friends.
Mis Kate Tomkin. who is egeaged
il teaching In thle pbilbel school at
Hanford, il s~'ending the holidays at
her home here'
Mis* No ie Slmmes of Mlieanopy arn
rved in the city Tuesday for the pur-
|Hre of aitteidtlila the hot.e partly at
the lialle homestead. Kanaspaha
('apt. II Parker of l.at'ro*e, one
of the leading and i11st sueoesMful
merhants of that section, was a bu si.
ness visitor to this eaty ye ,rday
Claude l)Tveaeeo.a formerly of this
clty but now eplnived lt n i'all has


W. B. LUCount of Hasue was trad-
inj in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H Warnock of Tio-
ga uere in the city yept.rday.
J Horner trd wife of Orlando were
re-gistiered at the Brown fltoue yester-
day.
Dr. C C. Barrs, mayor and a promi.-
nent citizen of High Springs, was in
the city yesterday.
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Cliamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tahblets For bale by all druggasis.
W. D. Waters of Claxton, Ga is in
the city on a visit to his son, E. H. Wa.
tenr. He expects to be here for sever.
al days.
C. H. Blaokman, a prominent young
business man of Live Oak, arrived in
the city yesterday, and in the after-
noon went with the Halle house party
to Kanapaba.
Miss Ethel Haynes, an accomplished
young lady of Quiney, has arrived in
the city, and will be the guest of her
cousin. Miss Jessie Bodiford, for the
nxzt few dajs.
Mrs J B. Dnoglass has returned
from Sampson City, where she spent a
short time pleasantly with her has-
band. Her daughter, M.ss Elloise, ls
visiting friends at Graham.
The regular weekly meeting of
Galnesville Lodge No. 990, B. P. 0. E ,
will be held In Masonie Hall this even.
lug. There will be plenty doing in the
way of work, and a full attendance is
desired.
Arthur Vuyle, who has been attend.
ong the law department of Stetson
University, DeLand, has arrived In the
city, and will remain here for the next
three months. Mrs. Voyle is expected
in January.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lynch and Dr.
Robert Thomas have arrived la the
eity from Jackeenville, and are being
7rested by their numerous friends.
They eame to attend the birthday din-
ner of their mother, Mrs. Mary Thom-
as.
B. P. Beville, who has for the past
few weeks been engaged in the flohing
business with John L. Cheseer at Gulf
Hammock, Levy county, has returned
to the city. and expects to remain, as
his health has been none too good at
lihast plaoe.
Aldrich's Home Bakery, makers of
home-made broad, eakes and piea, and
everything in homemade pastries, now
open for business. Good. fresh every
day. and guaranteed irst-class and
clean. Phop and store, 303 East Magll
nulls street.
Prof. M 0. MIclnitoh of Tallahassee,
chief clerk in the oMie of State Super.
intendent Holloway, passed through
the eity yesterday en route to the Oap.
itol, after spending a few days delight.
fully with friends and relatives at
RBx, near Hawthorn.
A. Forest, advasae ageat of'the Em-
pire Comedy Company, was in the elty
yesterday making arrangements for
the appearance of his company as \th*
opera house on Monday. January b
New Year's night. The eoops
some here on abort notice, bat t
show is said to be a very good one.
lion. W. T. Bundiek, the temper-
anse orator of Virginia, will leture at
the Baptist ehurek Thursday nlght
and at the Methodielst ehureh Friday
night at 7:10 o'eloek. The pabile is
cordially Invited to attend these lee.
sources, No admlieaon will be sharged,
but a beaket colleetion will be taken.

READ THIS.
Mobile. Ala.. Feb. 1. 10.I9.
Dlr B. WV. Hall, St. Louie, Mo -lear
Sir: Purlnt the pat year we have
sold over tweaty-four dosea "Hall's
Great Dineovery" for kidney and blad-
der trouble asad dring that time have


returned to that city. after Spending received mo eomplatat.
Sunday and (Chratman uitlh hki rvla. Yoere rs peotfolly.
lives hoer O. Va AxTasar A Sow.
Mrs I 1' 1U litition aid sa1 of WVay.
eruearo in the eity on a vista to Mr. A TEXAS WONDER.
teorge 1. Ioig fur ertersl days Mrs Owe mU boUei of the Toam Wow
Johlaeo has a $rams many friends in d. IWal el Ds Diesovery. *e*n am
tialnevllr where s*h e r. ,,ed,! for o' kidney &ad blades himbk, renew
long gralvel, eua diabtees. semanal cwf-
The lEmupir Comridy Comupany. mim.wfaMA w i5e s M,
whikb app.ars a i taJd-v.,; a rid parlur lr m iAdMatNee *of the id*-
MaU aS he o(pra hous Meouday night ye a d bbw to bfth a &ad
eia tsMee own tbad sid orehetra. w me. remslasaa bladder u bke toi
ad the great Taggart family of rlhieea. It.SaeIaM by yor d ift,
edhbas wiU beWs$ame s ~s nm e *Mp eio S .
The ial Imp. Woodtmen of t e m1 'm l e Im is %me i'. M
Weot, aIM em asisal esu-at, wlli um m t6 0
goe egeqaW W the Ist emibe Oase Daeawn*W. Mal.etems .
Im bb bed 6XOos
b uM"3 3 0 ,0


Miss samlee Andrews of Starke was
visitlag friends in this city yesterday.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Allen Haill of Ala-
chu spent Tuesday with relatives and
friends in this city.
I have a few of those famous Old
To.n turkeys which I am offering for
12%e a pound. Order quick. T. B
Ellis.
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex.
tracts are distingoished for their
purity and perfection. TIfry flavor per-
fectly and go ts ice as far as most oth-
er brands.
Dr. W. T. Elmore 9f Jacksonville.
after spendiorn a pleasant Christmas
with Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Haile, near
Alaehua. passed through the oity yes-
terday ean route home.
A. W. Coffinger of Grand Rapid*.
Mich., has arrived in the eity and will
spend the season here. He is well
pleased with Gainesville and feels that
the water here will benefit bhis health.
Sam Leonard, for the past two and a
half years employed as traveling sales-
man in this territory for the Southern
Fruit and Produce Company, as s.o-
cepted:a similar position with Smith
Bros. of Savannah. Mr. Leonard will
travel all of Florida and Southern
Georgia. He is a young man well and
favorably known, and enjoys a fine
trade throughout his territory.
Aeeording to agreement, the draw-
ing for the elegant suit of furniture at
the store of J. C. Evans was pulled off
on the 26th inst. and No. 411 was the
lucky heard. Mr. Eveans states that, as
provided by the rules, the holder of
this ticket must present same within
twelve days from date of drawing. The
drawing was conducted a squarely as
was possible, the ticket having been
drawn from the box by W. D. Fagan.
The prise is a nice and serviceable ne
and the winner is Indeed fortunate.
Nearly 2,000 tickets were issued.
Mrs. E. 0. George of North Gaines-
ville left Tuesday for Bowling Green,
Ky., where she expects to spend the
remainder of the winter with her son,
Vernon, who is attending college there.
Mrs. George, who 1s originally from
Ohio, has resided in North Gainesville
for several years, during which time
she made many warm friends. She
owned nloe property, which she dis-
posed of to Miss Giddingl a short time
ago. Friends regret very much her
departure, trt wish her mush happi-
ness and good health in er new home.


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