SXXII, NO. 277
E SAM WILL
Who Are In Russia In Thick Of
NO VESSEL IN EUROPEAN WATERS
It la Expected that a Ship Will Be
Sent to Riga, But Its Distance from
St. Petersburg Would Be of Little
Chloago, Dec. 28.-A dispatch to the
Tribune from Washington, D. C., says:
Beotuse of the serious situation In
Russaa. Secretary Root has requested
the navy department to take measures
for the protection of American clti
sena In St. Petersburg.
The state department was inftornmed
by the secretary of the navy that, un
fortunately, there is no vessel in urlo-
pean waters waich can be sent to St
Petersburg before navigation la inttr
It ii expected, however, that a ship
wi111 be stnt to Europi. ct rtaitnly i
Riga,. hlil. is not frozen up. 11u!
es Riga lb .-onle distance from St. li'
ters b'rg. a v;ir
be of little va'!u .' In ca.ie of extrm iv
danger. It is e'xl'ect!',I Stcretary I 0o:'
will ask the good offices of the' Sw,
dish or Fieneh goiverrtiwnnt to zl,
w'iit ft-hsi.tance it can to An rll rt'i i,>.
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED.
Wife and Tenant Under Suspicion of
Thomaston. Ga.. Dec. 2'S.-John Wi I
Howard. 310 years of age. was found
dead in bed at his home on the farm
of Hon. M. I). Womble. about 7 miles
west of Thonaaton, TueedAy morning
Coroner McRae summoned a Jury
and went into an inves:lgation. whlc.i.
be thinks, disclosed foul play, and
Sheriff Howell now has under arrest
and in Jail In Thornaston Mrv. Howard
the wife of the dead man, and Mr.
bulmly Wynn Both Mrs iHoward and
Wynn declare that if Howard ditd from
any other .ian natural: caau-es that
they uaj ne tning to do with the I.
Dr. K. S. Williams. wao accompa
3lied 'he' co.:ney to the ctreni. sayi, that
the post nmorem examination clear!)
8ajeow- that the dead man was the vie
tim of op.iint poison and that the body
bdlera'es ti'tat it was given in whisky.
AlowarIt and .ais wife had been iepa-
rated for oni< time. and It Is said that
ble had gone back ornme for the par.
gse of trying to influere her to live
with him again. His wife is a plea*
ant looking woman about 25 years of
ae,. and has now in Jail with her a
be'i.rtt little girl haby, two or three
7i years ol,, and an Infant bahe one
ALTER HILL AT DEATH'S DOOR.
a celler of O**rgia State University
Ill With Pneh mola.
AAheas. 04.. Dec. M2.-Hon. Wa!
ter B. Hill. cbaacellor of t#e ,sta. ant
1erelty, is eritlclly Ill wtth porumo-
tAtee* reports from hib bedside In
dictate that he may not recover.
Cbaicellor Hll a takes IIl witj
Crip ltat Tuceday amtiat Thil rapid
ly went Into parsawmoal ta which oe0
hung is Involved. Tbe sick ai La
Dr Hnater P (xiper, of At'aata.
waS sca, Into mr,,saltattoe with ..-
* ( Fl-nmtI'" of tA!s rItty. aad both
pbpytias-* re lery app tesaivP of
thbretm f C .a
PIteonea CanEy SeeS to Queen.
Aa iU? \ Y '- ?)-NIV s M .W
iDtg. *ai QQaeu Titasl 'a
A:tbay Ho'', *-t raraival. f l~e
reported to -the PtIh taat ab velr*iv
d4 thregS ; '., m.. a bms atf eaa4C
4(stalas 't** Tt.* rh rtbx.*
4roe las the t's ad lwe O,*pp 4B ad
the poe s sprw4d i t:-:a A das4t
vwho aaalyed 0t mestsF 4e dea
t.wia tie eas-a -eltated V~ Pft
irt &ad ther Pabone to Mb
-W towe bo8g -
(iAINESVILLE, FLORIIA. FRIDAY, IECEMBEIR 9, 1905
CLUB 18 SEARCHED BY OFFICERS.
In Effort to Find Three Aldermen of
Greensboro. N. C., Dec. L2S.-At a
special meeting of the board of a .:.
men. held for the purpose of elec'inig a
oity attorney. three of the six alder.
men, as the result of a factional ti-.;t
of long stAnding, started to la U t ..',
room, paying no attention to thi o:d' r
of the mayor to remain.
The mayor then directed the chief
of police to bring back t.ae tli:,, a;
dermen witd whatever force wa. tecI-
FAIL TO OPEN DOORS
Cause Of Suspension Overloans
A RECEIVER IS APPOINTED
Have Ample Aasets and Will Pay Dol.
TEN CENTS A
WHEELER FOR CHIEF OF POLICE.
FOR I ACTUAL OUTLOOK IS
Ex-Confederate Leader Slated to Suc.
New York. Pt. r ;n 1, HARD TO OESCRI
v\'. et':r, t.,' fan m s cavalry lc,,' .
has 1ei n ani>);nced a4 a t-; t .!.:, fr
wiEidina M,.Ieito,,'. it,' t,4 p i>;i', ccom. Train Service Cut Off And
mit -h.ter. His fr,, t la think it a1 t
lrt : ti st Mayor Mct ::.t,. Alil ..u Front,er Isolatd.
him for the potion. ----
TiAt U, ner.l WVhe"'er I a pSli.hl- FEWER ROWDIES ARE MET W
It) for ruler of the cit)', po:Ice caiiuse
n :ich surplrise W.tn> 'li> nt'w.4 canRig
out. He tha btn ti.e i.tarkest sort Peasants Are Now Quiet-Exodua f
essar)-larforof a dark h'orb~e antll Iwo,' Arun~lt'il Oss
Th, three men eouldt not he f.u;I !h~il I t 1, it runtior of 4is.e' litlacy %.Cntnas-usne4 t1
and~~~ Intehutte I~t. Littles Excitement In Financial Cir. Standstill-Revolutionary Party En.
and I the unt he Meclia ts* a(, ir.'Iatt-ii as ail'hentic j,,*jtinal ostI
Manufacturers' club, the nowit fas, io'i cdee-Had $20,000 Capital Stock. btiyoe'It,%e'vj It. Deavors to Close Banks.
ab~e of the city, was searchved ii) tour 'T iiA1% clnv'of m.kiiv I.aW' *'i'e'ul, I ga ~t'~e'',r ,1,It.
policemepi. and trouble was narro-x Y Memphis, Tenin.. Doec 2~Threiti itsoiit w.1101 Malpir %to %ntlMIL.dT11t ittlt tI ,ti. i-ri'lk!,kl Vatl Kice
5VOt,'pti 1x~n weir being ordIt rt .i ou ,nancial lustitliw on fatt. o' ;lir .WltIl ll-11G~ Wt1;Is:~ii t d- i, lt o
of the rvorns by the pts2 n fthe their doors for bmtnitnc~pi 3i~ s at. at111AQ ayorh 0 t, k t l c1i it l e 4ci t 11011Z11A
hiv, Mrchdints' %rut compaio al t Trus& iitia t i'e~vr,!LiitK&liti Niost ow centi
The mayor ar(Idthe thje Rp re'm.alnlnl cpiai tcko $OiiGl 1,1r,,y ezt' ~hel' hc ?c if :1\rig In te ot Iels~~td
fliencwrq (of the boari >:.un eniapl)o' .,1 Satings B nk and rost voi 'i I (,%% Y fl, nw4 of t i lin r: ti ,' ii' i two ilv te'l~iaIsei tltpartineti's
c~y i: raey T~ CI)k~ i Mt ~r Ii V lilt- Aoilkll~ i6 .i;i.but It Is iplitt.'fill.
it rf\.jt~o tiv Ta- ely I, n v~i thte I elianzixs*Savings 1). '.:ic. iul.t r %%.tret'oll
wr i.i p o e h I t n a i t iln-lt tit iii..t and allies %%ii e1 11.r'. If v 1'.411 o lfit lli 114) % a;ti, o t 11111k. ii
halt pit,) over tie jiiri~unt. and itt1'
belic'~t I t 1a i atfartioin:itl li li~t w11 on tin tl 1iilnavkl .. 4 'i. I 1!!.rn.liti. l I dit.u "1. i ; ,il~' i' 1*
\%b tIII go far toiutari laying da1)nI )::(,.c i u.*'~r*I ~ 414! 11) .1 iiiI.~tie I
ha~ fi~uilla ~ 7.1'a.~* 7 oilettvs I 'tL. fo!11eIiit i notirit % i-- nv:t %lio,~~'I Ilb Ii I' i .i~ I li~l
gutnlli i in ; tL.t' )ipa1 D i 1t (i, l'Ln. ii Ir, i
BURGLAR'S DEAD BODY FOUND.
Rteier Had Served Time in the Ala
N o w ()r:n,,:; ). I l. c .\ ,; -i 1,, '
o i. I i:; n Isi rai t i i i l '. i
u t\ r tilti f, t:hI I ,1t l. i tlil lI t 1. ,
sll 'b t! k I f, th, .. m t: ;. \ -
*! 11>1\ lit' ill \Ahi Fir .[ 'll'l s -r l (,l i I ,
\.. l', 1 A i '. tir i n ; ;i It \\ a l,>iit iil
i i walit ro I Ms~ ea
wl ie -W( ers lent il, d
1(( :thatm! ()! G()rgvItuggle rriH
U.. I Ii it, v r, aithi~ngi'rcittic~iar1,1
Andi a niati %% hr i4, pli Piplon11IAs,
lo hav q'le ti I bitt of a liurglae In,
fero n! utitics Thp 144rt Eon rucel
wxnfll'edNtti ie' IdtendtifleIion sat:
RhOW4 thuet [L egglier rhid Ion#- time
the tlabama penlteua'iary. Hurgla
Iparapho-riiallA was found on t.ce tx~d
A fall mein wai Pei n hurrying au
as the Lod) WA-s fotind. The tipe
of tie j,'i!cv I-ktl1mi t R.'rgir'r was i4-11
uire.! Ito t he' spoif iaedkI: Ile'!uI,%lit con.
fe If-ralt. or mlut'? It !*h a' .s it lt- A!
Itell: ;elf.g & heir Clii?
DEATH IN OCEAN FOR CREW.
S I ro I
hae ic i r le',t:;m 'it
mt(C. of ti !t ur%'I r)t
r'te' A!i I% #- ''if hw %%toi!a-
THIEE KILLD BY FAST TRAIN.
Accicent O .crs on iut''iel n at a jr
tanburU, S C
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'I l,~. iii I 1*
I 'siui ii~t lilt
j , 11 : II s -#III
I i .. ~i~ii cull
I i coit i ia lii I[& a 11 a tadk
1 i 4
,rriiit v- win i I, I; % If .0
It. 0-0 P%
o a i I rt r r it I I ti
lon 11""ll .14'. it 11 E, !Nfjtl. (1110
of 1h 11"'I 1.1141%ti I:tvk)t 14 111 M.-IIIIIII! ,
ce nt yanit i 'aacc
reatily til I
I roll ng P14# 1, it
lug. Hankpin I T-
ty riotifttuit Iir.
!If ''cc l-41 Iw,
11,111W alla.'j II
IN- At ipfliat, Say i
"all liA IPAt. ~iil
1,fth e filoroit 'r!. ii
Schooner Gakatka. of Nova S1cotia, Is Owe Depot tore' Big Sum.
Wrecked. INew 'ork. 1b. `11-Arctirenitto
Tanil-m. r'a lt'c .'t4--4'APt- 1Ii''n a in! t I 510,4 lt the o '.ut '
at'4 of I t-re. soon~r lie lo U Thowas., rtb. riii.' C',miJ1t,,!pIesp.T'nn_
po~rtst thi ruck rof tn" throetumateil rowe'lt'woltrr ~i'.ib The. Aner
achixon#7 S%1,akaka. ()f Psarartieoo. Nov&a Iran $Saiwlags ltn! and Trust ennipeny
&-otla. Sinil the drownIng of the, entire 'if Mumphis To'ri serordinX it) a re.
cre'w. iiqtotins Johin r winilaua. of, -.,it station ri' ',A#r'] d""Po~rs 12.
St. Johnoi N4w ltrunsuink. the amale )44(
The ca,.etiyeiI sch(Pooer iUsC first i Want Now Arvmy Revelverei.
sIght. .1 by (Captain Leonipard on DrleWslvI* h ~~sr
z4 lie seat a bonatConutailaing bill Wal(,f'' .I" rS tmoconanrev.i
areowl i fferer and flvt" men to the b~eazrf'i 'd~r ton s n
wreck 'r~ie. ni.en foriel dWIlliame clInig dtoruesnew n at" (afitpwet" ~eroar I'ti
Ing too the. %iaseethaving tl-e'n ith rfuth
out fm..esl r d'inrk for fiur days u.o ~ ta.esm ti
Ilune'r at firr'~i wu~iI dop.,re.4 toy t' ovrtwo.t an a s.'ap
a portion ofhM-4 w; nI~ta Anwog l (Can ["'ef 1 ,% reot~'slopyfIng i plow
of than ith)#''. r ntow isus* in the
drCMw'neiwe" I .?rl('cMol a, asraing, anv Te 1 fIi rashv
owner of lhie h'ui-Poer. axid tIsbanW a bigam ?#,t l.''-, rasgel It is at
of Parsiem'.in N ora 4,xs~i. Jobn (OR pe"e~d the' SSm sevrn of largo calhbre
of St J4,hx a steward, sad fu'sir "a amlpraictie'.' 4ifuiv~rit tpefob
mem VuI.16soiii has abriut rsivoiers, tp
from his au.rril-ito, #sperleae'. tbri.miow L ixue. all! be ,tmsts,4
no. wre.-op I .P~rjon~grr was bOri qmAtlelUsl
for Havana s ioCtm'st?-%ot e
hundreds imeor, i, I wCMD". Motmbiprg Of
PtA"IiC Safety board 011eats iy the '.wmbe.rr.,1I-weebytoqla eMrehg I&
LowUIvT14 lop[e' 31 -be v e twia.4 off 1`10,30Sa al?.dt I- lale. flM he, to
public modwy itles) vwdcrr" ,,at f l'Cifday 'to rr e 'als. thMe 'aloef; 1
Patos wed ~10kionsregar-flag lispsteatl I je"utji"'sr. '-bjtoel.. 4 The
tax ato a. aLd blowu4:1 A ;M"T* I Pre"Yfoyte, r b* e* 7UTe eaw f
664 Isto lewmust he 1uirt-1 V"to Owt,&,pal~.- of rhueWy grerie
lftred after Use&" I 3 7'hecity I I'llof coeMU011es a:, Paw~ed aila w )
lag Iasip~oet wase imagrierlatoe sa &*&
thme We'sY Pae-e i4 3i.#t'7 bvveeaht to (3 U -.11100.q U
Levs"le .by l'bsrletrieniaopsanes &&41 AM 6: o
to "ae that iitIif tTp0r'roi or*p rprosofeoi4 1"is '!,At6O t1*"
hafir heagp4eee ua he ta. &aid naabad I jo!land SU.M owl UA
Prepwotw soe"eofell" aid as sVU k*gine. He less
It61111111111to ike 'I I .. 66J s I e e
itL~oe. bioi. :$ .I-A .inasiu4 j wo sets :seeei. wE fwhe.to
Ue ga trap: ~Massstt., rop'eftlag aSilwly me. 6I60 iS b hebo.
Mel Poivisbyt~elaas 804 Nirombrimad PO
byl ia s-remalt hef.tgo pVVWre JouleeLask&d INPrina C41L
for It& 06"M 4 4the 41*orbet m tw ) Tom DIM. 86 ""411omair
Thwr*4ay wbe'i tk* doetajiaof be Meuttb asm1"'I nI ad &q pews'
al1 the two h~biserhm 1 as"M MF -o"C19? 1811101" slol. dig
bytermeA eftft, smbfh b @so 20w t. XNNWas. ww mmeWOt
lis O-14 eft e "aoI iigg 40 m. feb---- V M SW --9w e AidI
Sam a ONh"" vo i 040ep Ms ova
11ti4 ..4 00 0I WI m I itu:I At the
I I t -
p TRAGEDY AT BIRMINGHAM
Mrs Ali-g .frt,,,seom And A. Cochran
Are Found Dead.
I 0i i I I r 1A j I Pa oIr
-I-1-1 M ri sI t~it Ie' ?hI 4-ituiefmorI
A 14, 1 !) ioi4 uIi 17 (* ta'lirali p
bulgrl 0. P"1 th t i'i it)a : flmooen Ii.#-lfe ifto
Mfir. J(Phru..n oer3 t1ho iturnud jte
N.% 'Novia c'v or Iflit' .11soiul~e Irage-ly aso
pt tw h i tf-vfa.'io 1. Cli-i Com ri n ia s I
'Atiol C'l. 01 14b thako a 15w e1'WI'olmt h
J-0; r.,umn was 4a011"(1
Phelegtraihed IhIIpi* '7f still
h .P I f 1o 1- *, It dr .% ltiiso tll
- I ri Wry Shew o
wive to(hf t ipipaprie*
'ho Augusatt ..:Ipo t
nrnl..1 'o a'tasIolng'e
OwtIpa 35had Imetl lo P
*woll to( the. obeene
haspus Itibtil thee.
thure"61g17 a ugdletl
EARTHQUAKE IN EAST TURKEY.
Much Suffering Among ArmenianseIn
the Harpool VilaMyet
total I -of 40oc11011.41 i.10 I's 1'. Ig o'Il,04
lute. 'fh" Il~i iI 1e 1: s-to toif
This r, gI 'ri is so I I-, lo.vt ,wnes
ly aputuate.-I gr~iI .11:Y Ac ugiogultsai It
ls at* of I- I htheci e.f. 4 .slttii'Tur
k" 1wra'i'I I 'o('of tho Ar
meniso 71114 e.eq, i s larpOeIt
Is Ow' .f I 'rcei'bgwith
nearly I1'1,4 t tie't-4 sglcal
s~eru~n'A 111-11i, 41 111. It 4jo'.n Sol
t~iO.liIiI~jii'a. of A lagerVAt o'vang.W
.1, 4i' 'ofa litIII V 41! t IIIlat
Advert a Iesc'nes eF or Wi.
put 118)1 it Vi. It- X, % I .1 . I I .:I Anat sivior
0.1 0 I'-ih cIt 1. ', a'i I ii t aller or
Ifo'i -f sap t'411i1it .4 -An,? %% 'hinstis
'vaory Ii C ( ,*c5, Il Kom,' t I' II, 1--tIn
fif the' 50?
to 111'., 1. i.itoe* .goo rtr opf the, un'f
~E~ti:.* i Ilob*. s is tpeers' eengrt IfrMet
st0ms. 1: Ise r".'m t' 1o used ft belaO aPort fir
'&at fogy *, .,@ .---siltO .saeg re pipiag toe
asve it @"71 '0A 4 1,iy ari i.'the Aoaetrwiisa
It I i, **'I
throto uppotho tbio t , *, II 0
he knuimetsi 1toptf *la,'I.. I- ,I *
be"nt l4oball 'Ies s aIm j aehI .
Up~vu iOV u tlmrmptf'c'#,~.fi e
COes he PUW61e.44
II Kile4d Whole "wuAltg
4 1'da &401 ha .4 1,(%I:. a is"aIIj-f, I V
MAilled byit -prom %4't a ye. .9914'T"e.
W's ~'' ~4h *.por f. ..ia.'Psjj I
'bIargLe T' A 1o tf I' 'I-. 4 6?ia'
TI i~s r..d'.*4. fi'4
woar j;; ..r ff 1 14 o ftv
N&404 4lea I- 6%e P':.
Is Mdowt ie 'I -*U0 ',
Mabry Lbe -'- Iv.,**
laom"by sa-"b :
pnr'. .Iii IIll-- 4*tua bian lmi Sr Glean
pro tiwo*alI-pt, '?.u. .tootheir 0w&1 Up
Tabioleg art on Vollow Jcbk.
Alsoe a 'twit .-. r 2*Ate Uselib
lfte'cor 15A"'44*rift*& In seuregr
(JIsmar) %iveru'-of.dthals 1,61184 "a
VU*' aehas Ia to 40O sele',elw Wh
ter, amis. abe r the M.artse*vei I&
*w e*ates ot0015144 c ew Ortaga$u
wijth SW avewofpWVVS.aj*g 4 fee~rrinsg
me yeftewofavor beef sesusmr l'omt)Arlye
Isetlois resabalaig fts rue t*reosa .00
1lii. of W15Peaftrk, i.et
to be aump ** -of is~
sh'b iU-3 1,3.414i 4ps
ifr lode -eeks
Of 1s1.40'% )top owl to i
pstlialtj i r ti Eaqe T
S 7*W w s C
14:Z4 4 1'
I I' (
FYMR SIX YEARS
LOGAN WAS CAUGHT
Alleged Slayer of John Jones Has
Been at Last Apprehended.
WAS IN FOLKSTON,
By Clever Work a Complete Web Was
Woven About the Man With the Re-
sult That His Arrest Followed-His
Accomplice Never Apprehended.
One of the most positive demonetra-
tions of the old proverb, "Murder Will
Out," has been made within the past
two days, when, at Folkstoo, Ga., the
officers arrested one Walthour Logan,
charged with the murder of John
Jones, at a turpentine camp, Loch.
loosa, more than six years ago. Im-
mediately after the deed was commit.
ted Logan, together with Anthony
Whitfield, his accomplice, escaped,
and neither have been heard of since
up to the arrest of Logan on Wednes-
The crime was committed on the
night of July 81, 1899, at the turpen-
tine camp of J. J. H.ymans, Loch-
loosa, and it is said occurred over a
misunderstanding in a game of craps.
The men were employed by Mr. Hay-
mase, and all had borne good charao-
0e4s up to the time of the tragedy. As
is the custom of negroes employed
upon turpentine farms aod in lumber
eampo, the hands engaged in a crap
game, with the result that Jones lost
his life, and Logan and Whitfield have
been fugitives from justice ever since.
Sheriff Fennell several months ago
suspleloned the whereabouts of Logan
and hse been quietly weaving a web
about him ever since. This web was
completed and he wired the officers of
the Georgia county to arrest the man,
which was done.
Sheriff Fennell left Thursday for
Folkston, where he will take charge of
the prisoner and bring him to Gaines-
wi vlle, where he must at last stand be.
fore the throne of justice.
BOYS ARE WORKING.
Trio Rescued From Convict Camp by
Elks Find Employment.
The three lade who were convicted
of ridlig upon a railroad train of the
Seaboard Air Line, and committed to
the county convict camp at Fairbanks,
and subsequently given their liberty
Sa Oh hrlstmas present by payment of
their fines by Gainesville Lodge No.
N0. Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks. have secured employment in
this city, and appear to be perfectly
contented over their lot.
One thing is certain, the boys feel
very grateful to the order whioh
manifested sufflient interest In their
ease to come to their aid, and they will
Dot forget the same. The offense for
which they were committed it Is said
Is not strictly an offense against the
peace and dignity of the State, but
more correctly an offense against the
rules and regulations of the railroad
AN ENJOYABLE AFFAIR.
S Methodist Sunday School and Friends
Celebrate In Good Style.
A good crowd "vas present at the
Methodist church Thursday evening to
attend the Christmas festivities, de-
spite the inclemoeny of the weather
A heavy rain fell during the day, and
it was thought the condition of the
streets would prevent many from at.
tending, but this httle drawback
semed to make little differenee
The program, which was of a muosi-
cal and literary nature, was charm-
tgly render d by th. little folks, after
which the members of the 4abbath
seehool and their families repaired to
the lDormitory and enjoyed all kinds (.f
good things to eat, which had been
temptingly prepared for th- .o'c!saon
A Joint installation.
SAl joint installation of officerss of
(iaameeville Lodge No. 41. A \ %
S and ialuMnville Chapter No .. K. A.
S M., wa held in MasoanO hall \Vednee.
day evenang tB thceonelusion of which
a banquet was tenDered ina the supper-
me Ig of the lodge The funisosa was
wall attended, and until a late hour
These penst ejoyed the.naive to
theJ Ules et ent M It. .Nuaders was
is *bat" of the culinary department,
whit w as e anOsurane that every.
S thing Ia the edible liar was 'es
SA iarganeed. Curv For Ptes.
S lth(Ml, blii, Ileudl.g., proaradii>
P DpiOe DrnlllO Wa naetbased to rv.
ted money If PASO OINTMENT
IB ta oear, Se 14BCldaye 0s .
In the Edinburgh Uni-
versity three humanlungs lie
side by side. One is of an
Eskimo and is snow white.
In life, this would be ruddy
with rich blood. Another is
that of a coal-miner and is
black. The other is of a town
dweller and is a dirty slate
gray, as are the lungs of most
city residents. That's why
consumption thrives in cities.
Emulsion does so much to
keep down consumption is
because it helps to keep the
lungs clean and supplies
them with rich, red blood. It
makes the lungs germ-re-
sisting. If the body is run
down and health is at a lbw
ebb Scott's Emulsion will
build it up quickly and per-
SCOTT & BOWNZ. 49 Parl Street New York.
Shot at Meeting of Union.
Chicago, Dec. 28-Thomas Kennedy,
a del -rate of the Painters' and Dec-
orators' union, to the recent oonven.
tion of the Interantional Federation of
LAbor at Pittsburg, was shot and fa-
tally wounded at a meeting of the
union by James McGuire, a member of
tthe same organization. The men have
been enemies for tae past year on ae.
count of a desire of both to control
the union, and out of this enmity the
fatal quarrel arose,
Knocked Off of a Iridge.
Albany, Ga., Dec. 28.-L. N. Pierce,
a middle-aged white man, of UnadillS,
was knocked from the trestle of the
Atlantic Coast Une across the Flint
river by a switch engine, and received
injuries that will probably prove fa-
tal. Pierce fell a distance of 35 feet.
and struck partly in tie river. His nose
and one arm were fractured, and he re.
celved Internal Injuries, which, it Is
feared, will prove fatal.
Stolen Madonna Returned.
New York, Dec. 28.-A herald die.
patch from Florence says that the prec.
lous Madonna del Popolo, by 1Uppo
Memno, which was stolen some time
ago from the churob of Santa Maria
de Servi. has been recovered at 81S
enna. It was found Monday In the
entrance of the deaf and dumb typo
graphical establishment at that place,.
but was not recognized until take to
the city halL
Central Secures tlillmore Line.
Swalnshoro, Ga.. Dec. 28.-A report
has reached here that lion George M.
Brinson, owner and president of tne
tilllmore Air LAne. has sold that road
to the Central of Georgia railroad, the
consideration being in the vicinity of
$400.300. This deal la said to have
been consummated last Saturday, andJ
the new owner Is to assume charge on
January 1. 1906.
Louisville Courthouse Daemaged.
Louisville. Ky.. Dec. 8.-FIre dam.
aged the Jefferson county courthouse,
and for a time threatened the com-
plate djctrctilon of the edidee. The
ons Is eatinimalte at $25,000. wlitl no
Insuan.-re llard work by the fire
men and rimp'oyes prevented any sert.
ous tcannl;t' to the accuiiulatrled rew-
ordh tfr ceit'iry of litigation
Everything Normal at Shanghal.
S.i.'i, tatl I).c 2. Itritish Awss.
sor T's'>mn rniitumed the sitting of
the ni.%.. .I 'o i today 1ith the police
in at ti tan'vne' but without any a>i:'l
thio; rantrd ivrything here l, in
if the Iaby is Cutting Teeth
He sure and use that old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
itg syrup. for children teething. It
soothes the htild. softens the auns,
allays all pals, eureM wand eolie ad t is
the best remaed for diartrhoea. Twrv.
ty-fveo etl a botles
Seboard Parlor Cars.
The aboardd Air Lie operates betf-
f.t parlor eare betwes Waldo and
Tampa oa train having Waldo that
counaeti with the morallg rain trom
CMi service Turned Dewn.
Macot, Ga., Dec. 28.-Macon city
council haa heard an adverse report
from the fre and police committee on
a petition filed six mnion a ago recoom.
mending civil service for the fire and
police department and after a brie'
diseouslon deferred final action. Cer.
tain' requirements in placing men in
these departments have been agitated
and the matter has been warmly dis-
Freight Car KIll Man.
Decatur,.Ala., Dec. 28-Luther Pitt,
the 18-year-old son of Dr. J. T. Pitt,
postmaster of Florence, Ala, lost his
life here under the wheels of a freLgac
car. The accident took place on a
Louisville and Naphville railroad
switch track on Second avenue, near
the line between Decatur and New De
Walth of the Al nemi nRome...
Some of the Romans seem to have
been very "solid." while others were
fast to a degree not known nowadays.
When Caesar was killed on the ides of
March, Antony owed $1,000,000, which
be paid before the kalends of April out
of the public money and squandered,
according to Adams, $28,000,000. Cae-
sar himself, before lie set out for Spain,
was in debt to the extent of $10,000,-
000. Lentulue i, iessed $10,145,830.
Claudius, a freedman, saved $12,500,.
000. Augustus obtained from the tes-
tamentary disposition of his friends-
some people will leave their fortunes
to their sovereigns-no less than $161,-
458,380. Tiberius left at bis death the
eryrmous sum of $108,964.380, which
Caligula is said to have squandered
In a single year. Ves'pasian estimated
at bid ascension that the money which
the maintenance of the commonwealth
required was $1,74,5')80,000.
The Whitest City In the World.
There cannot possibly be a whiter
city than Cadiz unless It be built of
snow. The best way to approach the
port Is to take a trip on one of the
small steamers which ply between the
ports of Morocco anxd Spain. As you
near the coast you ee.in front of you
a white iaNss, which appears to be
floating upon the water, just as you
are. The first thought of a foreigner Is
that he is in sight of an Iceberg. The
white mass, glittering In the sun and
rendered more dazzling by the blue sea
and sky, looks exactly like a monster
lee mountain partly melted, so that out-
lines of castles and hill appear upon it,
but only for a second does the illusion
last, for you know there are no lce-
Ierg-. in that part, andi you are quickly
infornimed that you aire looking at ('adis.
No other town In tihe world presents
Duch a inuigic aippearaiice.
No Seleire of ilatory.
"iThe miorhig finger writes and hav-
Ing writ moves on." We cn 1no more
mtop or giidue its writing tlhain could the
wiild IIlan whu e relles we lIoik for In
the drift of another eoological period
tha:in our. What Is still noren humillat-
Ing. pr:tti'ally we (tii no tm iior teil
wht it is gollig to write eveii tonior-
row thou could that cave dweller. In
truth, there IN no a tinc' of history.
('onilv.ive a m1tini more learned than
Fr,.-'tin lu hi.tory. greater in science
than IDarwin,. devjr verseild In humaniii
character than Ge'orge -Hot yet lie
could not even rotiglaly draw the map
of Euronl- as It Imay le a little time
hence. The heap of letters which God
put In the hand of his empire bulkier.
bidding him **make with them what
wonrd he could." are still In constant
disarray.-London Saturday Review.
F r Isata ud ChldUn.
ThIt KW Y Inv Ato Isbqh
ean r the
wbenb. ie Ovlrlbrh eNrri.
trw, f, t1 i, thi' lu-tial tride of anu o
Irlh hlien I walkt but whlieu the
\urd\ is alarimuel aail vnuime'ice to run
it "' ha.ta"its' t tuuincug stride for
fourteni f-,'t st,'p. whkch easily car-
ry it over theit grouiil, at a rate of twten-
ty tl.e uintl' nal hour. Ordinarily an
oMtric-h uake to effort to proat by its
ength of l'le. anut many birds with
lIs l~s thau a quarter as long habit-
Ually Use a tlhr' au- i tour foot stride.
for it si .ias to I.' ou of the rmtee of
nature that lthnias like ostrictes. SaaIB-
gu"s alii crae-* extend their atride
only twon alartnul. The ostrk-h whb
it runs takes btAth fet of the groiad
at every trnite its parowre te41a
made by enina or a sries of jaupe l
rapidly iv rfurtur as to erve the e-
errver uWair the ImpreOoo that se
toot remaiusi on t t. iresad utl the
ethber Is pstIMI
0 W'q. "tarno+ Iasg to zw,%Al.00a1;s
hidf TeputKilsh The formLLS3 of.'(C.2
N oSecrets' c,:ns o wl a bwI
slhransc tor 190MasW vseto mact 'a
s..I send tbem ft y'ou. Thea Sb r,
29, I1 s
Happy, healthy motherhood is
the noblest purpose of every true woman's life, and yet,
through derangements caused by female disorders, many
women are denied the blessing of childbirth altogether, or it
is made an ordeal of terror and a menace to life.
It is every woman's imperative duty to rid herself of every possible
weakness precedent to motherhood, in which connection we strongly
recommend G. 3' P. (Gerstle's Female Panacei) as a guaranteed
remedy for w-'omen's diseases. This preparation has been so continuously
successful in creating female disorders, "l itr. assisting nature to a proper
and healthy discharge of its duties, that we now sell it under an iron-clad,
Buy a bottle, take it s a reacted, and if you can truthfully say you
have not ',e i ben.,. r-.rn th,2 -nmpty bottle to your drugit and
get vur money-, t .,'" tr d.-aiter an I t a bott e of this great
r.. ,'. T. ,ii. ...., 3.; ;, n, ,'., ( '"' '' a y ng m arri.
w om a I' : O f f,,' t, ', l.. ,, ,, I ,.-.,.,,r,-i, S.i (.', w h ich na t u rao y
op ,.m 1 I /., it ,,0 1 ..... I ai7 rerd ntil I was bedfast u'tth titr
ibl bcr't; t' ; /' / 'r' a r rything else; thme
hear? ft G. F. P. i r r .... '/ !:,, ). I ts(d it, ut, after te
First ,,t,'., j 't .< / i n "j //."
$1. PER DOTTLE
r.t all e.nci'cer.
Gerstle MHed cne Company, P
Th;,s guarantee nuthorizes any drugst to
refund the pu -chanc n v,-( if a bottleof G. F.
P. (Gerstld's Fmrale I ano cea) to an), w)
who buys it a.-d is not benefited by ;.3 Us
MERCHANT & CO.,
Retaiers and Jobbers n
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Iraln, larden S ed and Fertlllzrs.
SpUTH SIDE SQUARE. I I : GAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA
Highest market price paid for Chickens,. Eggs and other PrtdAee.
A Complete etoek of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
8'T PRTC0E8. and guarantee atiafaetion always.
JFOTr B.A.ILI3STNGB "EA.OM.&C W 03ED
Jacksonville and New York,
Calling at CHARLESTON. S. C., both ways.
Tko aMet ftmeU.s ia the Ceutvwiso Svico
The Clyde New England and Southern Linest
Direct Serviee Between JACKS(ONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points.,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound... ............ ........ From Lewis' Wharf., Bmeton
Northbound .................. From Foot of Catherine st.. Jacksonville
Clvh St. Johu River Line
Between JACKUONVILLS and SANFORD
Stopping at Palata., Astore. t fraesis, Beresford (DeLand). and Tutermediaso
ILadingsoa St. Johns River, commeseing Wednesday. November 16, 161,
'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K DeBARY'
Are apporoted to sail a follows: Leave Jacksonville daily exempt Batar.
days. a:80 p. m. Returning. leave Sanford. daily except Snodsys.at 9:0 oa. a.
seeese 4 EDU L eruie
L :e 0 pe. .a. Jaekeaevtille ...Amrive a
0*:pm ..Palaitka. Leave 6 0p
I 00am. Astor ... ... I p
s:) an.. St. Fra eisr .. 21:00 -a
Be reford ( DeLand) 1.00
Arrive S :0am .. aa. I
_ _100am6. Fantrp nse... 10-00m
u__UL PAIM_._ AN D TICKET OFFICE, 12n W. BAY T T. JACK'sONVILU
p UjiOX J lst FS Afg. r 1. w y .
W k. OOWllj feWbu Mm c P. LAVI. t.. taeiMn
.os r Itew Masseares Jaeinse rtae.
a8 Pas Ase ut L VEa ,LYI LJDL New Tr
Ooesoam" sense easeNew Tom
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[DMILY SUNAe a.
1 ., 7 1 Y
THE DAILM SUN: G*A[NESV[ILL~E, FL)RID1. I)ECEMBER 211, 1905
CHIOOSA TO HAVE
Tarty of Capitalists
WILL MAKE FINE
Surrounded With All the Beauties of
Nature, Owners of Property Realize
That a Modern Building With All
Conveniences Would Pay.
The Sun has information from a
source which is supposed to be an-
thentic, that an immense hotel will be
erected on the William Neff estate,
east of Loehloosa lake. and the
grounds. which are as fine as can be
found in the United States from a
standpoint of natural beauty, will be
transformed into an earthly paradise.
The information states that ample
capital is behind this movement, and
that the contract for this immense
building will be let within the next
thirty days. It is understood that the
material to be used will be the famous
MeCarroll stone, a patent of Robert
MoCarroll of Jacksonville, and which
is being largely employed throughout
this country in the making of fine
buildings Mr. MeCarroll, who is now
in the city, was approached in the
matter, but refused to either confirm
or deny the report. "While I feel
reasonably sure there is 'something in
the wind,'" he said, "I have found
out by long experience that it does
not do to talk too much until you ac-
tually have your finger on the trigger,
and are in a position to shoot. I will
say, however, that I believe there is
sufficient interest and capital in the
venture to make a go, and the party
who gave you the information is prob-
ably in better position to know defi-
nitely what is being done than I."
The spot suggested for this mam-
moth hotel is an ideal one. Surround-
ed by the most romantic scenery on
the one hand, and bordered by that
beautiful sheet of water, Loehloosa
lake, on the other, it goes without
saying that this resort would prove
most popular, especially since there is
nothing of the kind in this section
NORTH GAINESVILLE HALL.
Music and Literary Entertainment Will
be Given Tonight.
The musical and literary entertain-
ment to be given at North Gainesville
Hall this evening will be free to all and
a general invitation is her.by extend-
ed to the public.
After the rendition of the following
program, the committee will serve
oysters, either raw or stewed, the pro-
ceeds of which will be used to paint
the hall. A good attendance is there-
Piano Solo National Airs
Mr. Albtiert Weber.
Recitation "When My Dolly Died"
Willie May Ramsey.
Miss Mary Baird.
olla Duet Sehubert' Serenade
lMisse Richards aod Hamptoa.
Min onres Wnlfe
o0 Det. .The King of the Oarmial
MNedamee Reeker and (raves.
S "The Doetor's Visit"
Mado Ramsey and (Orio Wells.
Miss Ethel Wetlter.
U' io Merry Blird Are giogiDg"
STMAS AND NEW YEAR'S.
o Handoeme Embomd Cadsa at
The ukm Job O mce.
have s ame very haUdome em-
Cbrirtsmas asd New Year'0ests.
ilw we will pis yoeer same for
or New ear'as atj.
are very S* e and if yeo deore
yM should pas ti yeor order ear.
l aand W eem aple at the am ss-
poerssated ia a ma m*a)"*,
Mep per as tMhe eflseom of
mootmeg. i nse P. O. eof
ltl* Cibms s it Thane y
TeMawooa goods d pm-t**
sioned ti ass asy 1
,? S Nghhe
W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist,
ales TUlle, FlWrida.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED)
MELROSE TOWN ELECTION.
This Event Will be Pulled Off on Tues-
day, January 2, 1906.
The annual election for town officers
of the town of Melrose will be held on
Tuesday, January 2. but inasmuch as
there is apparently little or no compe-
tition, nothing of a very exciting na.
ture is promised.
As will be seen by announcement
elsewhere in this paper, F. H. Button,
a worthy citizen of Melrose, aspires to
the position of marshal. Mr. Sutton's
friends state that he is perfectly com-
petent to fill the position, and if elect-
ed will do his duty with fairness and
Presbyterian Sunday School Enter-
The Christmas entertainment for the
children and young people of the
Presbyterian Sunday school will be
held at the opera house this evening,
beginning at 7.o'clock. All the mem.
bers of the Sunday school. their Ipa-
rents and friends are invited.
The Cotton Situation.
Reports from the Alahua section
bear information that, according to
agreement, a large majority of the
planters are holding their cotton for a
higher price, but a few have released
their belongings in this staple. There
are about 1,500 hales of cotton in the
Illuminating gas. $2 1 per N
Fuel gas. $2 wr N
A dieromnt of 1)' per cent if
paid on or tWfore l Ah of teth
OAiseuBrLIs (,st A Laar8cIt
THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
WILL OPEN TUESDAY
Pupils V'1ill Return t, Their
StuI.es V/ith Eart-:. :s,
FALL TERM RECORD-BREAKER
The Enrollment Reached Near:v Halt
a Thousand, With Prospects ot Good
Increase tor the Spring Terim -New
After a vacation corerin:R a 1,riod of
about ten days. the Univer.L;y High
school will open for the sl riig t rmn on
Tuesday, January 2d, 190M.
Thii ins itution enjoyed for the fall
term the largest enrollment .atid most
successful season in its xitex'itce', the
patrons being pleased and Principal
Sheats ai.d faculty feeling grant-id at
the efficiency of the work t he en-
rollment reached 498 and inisny de.
partmenti were added, including a
high school department .indur the
principalship of Prof. Tom F lMhlteath.
one of the recognized eduocatoro not
only of the State, but uf tli- Souih
The approaching term ipro:nises to
be equally as successful, with a p i)si
ble larger enrollment than the fall
term, as many families have recently
come to the city for the pl'trptse of
giving their children the advantagesof
the school faellitiet afforded here.
Christmas Holiday Rates.
The Atlantic Coast Line, ito uve ev.
ery one an opportunity to visit their
homes and friends, will sell tickets ac.
coat of the Christmas holidays be-
tween all points at one and tine-third
fares plus twenty-five (i cents for
the round tr.p. The.e tiiearts will be
on sale December 2241. 28d,. 4thl. 25th,
8tMh, 31st and January lot,. final limit
of same January 4th.
For students and teachers these saine
rates will apply with the exception
that they will be on sale l',.ember
17th to 24th. inclusive. Tes., tickets
will only be sold to students ulpn pre-
entat ion of a certifeate eg iied by it e
principals and presidents (f the vare-
All of thous- who have. laughter
eoning here Christmas should call on
Atlantic Cast iine agents or write
Frank C Hoyliton. District l'assenger
Agent. Jacksovtt ll*, l e.
eomaplesio. a* it i .trnlat the liver
aad bowel.. and ml* eyes beosme
brigkbl a4 e-lear ,iu owe it to your
b'1l s feterds to take as .' ur *o*pliesta is
e* bead kOrimo Laserie FrIit rmpdoe
set asoaeate or r e and S I o very
l*",s pleasesI to ske KRefe ae*oaittoMs.
J W. MeCollurnm 4 ;mmey.
Low Rates to New OresAe^ and Reter
Ve ArteMlic CCOO Lme Not.
The Attlatlb Comet Im A**meomaiee I Ib*r asmeous'. myelf a eeldt-
ames is willlsell teeth ftm all pOIaS idate foe the d** f MaIal of the
asIf Itolmss"tNomHwOrloeas. IA and
posres als DSWuhes 7, 3.3S. IV* as
the rae .1o ouso Im-ehissfan,s.role 39
mosseUrs, b. smodndrp. Final limis
ad all sasheto willbe Jlaming b. 11M
prior S.me of t@1suf owwp w
mosm OAorieginasl Iaen1,bs pIM. F
beakeri Wermshem owASIofs C
Limo s Dowoe wute Uo ab 0. Sigh.
me. DwswmaPomos~ewrAmos, Jam.
- - -
Iowa of Mourns Sni bete"y osgeto Sb
sepprt of tboeI u treof tembesmIa
eoissim. petoibas a ftil sd Awtals
00too"~r wnote .of POW 0-Im
sm "woolmy., an*" usyr'ob
of mo e. Is, 04" owbe d.
m N .
A Merry Christmas
Is our teariwiit wi.-h for one and
But you can't
frame of mnidi wit a baid fitting
Shoe on your foot.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR PROP-
EARLY BY BUYING FROM
HYDE AT gOST
A tomfortalle paur of Shoes--Shoes with a
reputation ln't lnbuy auny old kind of a Nhoc.
Itemenmber., hot air won't wear. It takes
leather to do that A\\': THE l'ROFIlr A\I)
ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
I Atrasta of Title and full iaformatson furnlahed reardlIg lands la the
enunty. Our manager has lived In thisa Woont thirly years sa
is thoroughly conversant with land tllls.
EU ". V E ,
FIRK. ACCIDENT, HUROLARY AND INDEMNITY I N1URANUo. Repre
sending a umber of prominent Amert am a4d Enalleob ompasle
KRAL KETATK AND CITY IA)A .
G(MzIz.e At.lO a slor'itda
Take The Atlantic Coast Line
FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
N0 b"- asat -e \South
JItlriB VS. d~lt^.u, tUU11
Downgi Psss. 0
Rapid Transit and Uluirpwawd Hervice
flie Table in toflet Arrl 16, IAs.
tail I Ait
3 .Mp m
High Isprings sad later-
12)als l*..butgs and Tampa. sad
Pkorth, L460 SAndWestM
prtapAa. "ffrtme. h. tvsas. bu~ih
p.AtlaStS all IoitbseNOrtk.E240WWS
Mewl Meassipy a U )ovy MAus
8160 High p7flap Sh
WPoeon"&" iotasme, - 00 ft
J. A. GOWVUFI. WAPW6 W.01onv IBI.
rRAd6,SOVLXM. d.PO ID.NIA19 ra &.. Are
U. M. 3335WN. usf 1. l.. &M re. A4k
Vonkmo x .N0
Advertise lTHE SUN
Alachua aud Bland sections .
Important Notice. All irts have failed to find a bet.
(iainearille. Fla.. December 1. 19(5. ter remedy for rOuIigh.. cold. anI lf,1g
We wish to give timely notice to our trouble. than oIv)e'. Hon' y aId Tar.
patrons, both gas and electric, that we It step the cougti, hrals the lunis and
have found it absolutely necessary to prevents seriou. r.-eulle from a cold.
adopt a new system Berinning on the J. N l'attron. Nshua, Iowa., write.
first day of January. 191l. we will di. 'Last winter I had a ted cold on my
pei>se with a enllector aind adopt the lungs and tried at Ira*t half a dosetr
system of mailing the hills to every advertied ough i.edielnel and tadl
customer nid all hill, will be due and trvateinti from ta., iphyseiians th.
payable at our ofifo. on or t efore the out getting any be.rfit. A friend re-
lth day of the month or 10 per centl munmrmnded Foley '. Houey and Tar
will be added, and if not paid on or t. and two-therde of a tittle cured me I
fore the 2oth inst. the gas and eleetrie consider it the gra'.et sough ar.4 lung
service will be discontinued and one medicine in the .rld J W Mo-
dollar charge will be collected for re- Collum A CompaSn
eonneetlng servlee. We are not re-1
sponsible if bill are riot received set Hearse on Grover Cleveand.
through the posetodlle. as they will to Fyraeute. N Y liwr .'1 John Me.
regularly mailed. This rule appiled to farhyy. i, ,i,,a. Is dee at his
every gas and eleitrie light eoosumoer. bme re ., ),are, i was
Therefore be governed aSeordiegly, aa known ,thr ior'i, n:t conuatry as an
this system wll be rigidly enforced enth, ib'et'r I .t' In 1444 he
and the following rate for eleltrie bet *vetir)iil tl .t:# e. ,*on rtM
eurrent will te in effect January lat, bherse no (G;,n. levolaa td ifr weI
I08: a warm suppo-r'T r n persons: fr *e-l
0l.000 watts and under. l6e per M to W'!:;lam Jer.iAints Brya
wast. I ...
i0.000 to ;'t **"'. 12e per M watH The Requise of Beauty.
2f00.1,0J o ,1,1.. ite per M watts Th rst reque. ulf beauty is a
M)O.O()O and r.r.. A per M watts elear mppleio0n Or11e llaative
Special rats made for power pur- tVruis frup le.ar. a shallow. bloiehed
9 I 9lt|u er Ioboee
bet ill a ploa.-qttln
'THE DAILY S: GAIE, FB 29, 1
THE DAILY S1!H: eAJ IYLE, FLOIDA- DECEMBER 29, 1905
Iateed as bhe Pot Oee a t OGalsemlle.Vins..
Me oid4l-m -Il M matter.
H. McCRUAI ....... dltor and Pj.leher
W. W. ASHLXT ......... Amoeflate Flltor.
JEbSBB.BURu ....... ... City Altor.
LOUIS J. BRUMBY. .eni' Trasel,.rn Agent,
.. PIrWITT..... Sit, rorri-o.ilnr Room.
OFFICE: PORTER BLOCK.
of W. Main Street, s. TELEPHIONS 43-2
T:1R DAILY S 'N, publitshd every mnorningez-
Spt Monday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
auiled to any part of the United States, postage
res, for t5 a year; 12.5o I.A months; i1.25 three
atolths; or 50 cent. fur five weeks-strictly in
Reading notice in local column in cents a line
ferflrat insertion. and 5 cents for each additional
Rates for display advertising made known on
The Twice-a-Week Sun is an eight-page, forty-
column paper, published every Monday and
Thai day, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any part of the United
Statesor Canada, for $.co0a year-in advance.
All advertising bills become due after flrst
appestance of advertisement, unless otherwise
stpulated in contract. Parties not known to us
will be required to pay for advertising in ad-
saOt. Address, THE DAILY SUN,
The woodpile is often neglected in
order to let the Christmas tree pros-
The reason why some scandals look
so one-sided is because only one side is
Castro has settled with France all
except payinglover the money, which
France now wants,
Call money ran up to 80 per cent In
New York day before yesterday. But
It didn't cause much excitement.
The Osar and wife are now wearing
their old clothes and putting their
money in bank. They may need It.
An earthquake is reported from
Eastern Torkey. Southern Torkey
received quite a shook the pest week.
"Plaino Dealing" is what the Pre l.
dent gets at his home In Albermarle
county, Va. No turning Jacks from
The Preldent of Santo Domingo is
meld to be a prisoner of his own troops.
He mightSend a message of eondo-
lneeo to the Osar.
For killing two white men you are
sentenced to life, and for killing one
colored man you are sentenced to
death, from the Eseambia county
If the United HStates Senators and
their friends continue to gobble up the
public lands at the rate they have of
late there will not be muoh work for
A union depot would be a more in
bthe right direction for our city. l.et
the good work go on. The matter
should nut stop now. There are
plenty of gocd sates.
The pure food the Jacksonville Ex.
position so feeding the State pr-ee
hold be lnvestigated by the corm.
mission. There seems to tI a lack of
nutriment ibs the stuff
The Son furnished work for a large
number of wpople during the holiday
rush. The advertisements of the mert-
chants made it neemsary for them to
employ an army of clerks.
A nergro attempted to asault a white
woman in Abbe;ille. tia., when she
gave sueh a seseam that he never
stopped running until he reached the
hlitis river, which be swam arose.
The editor of The Lak
anu Tallahlse. True li
urgine the editors to write
editorials. Itoth thee iel
able to wrlti their own edi
able os e0 at that. but once
wheos a fellow has to Iri
4dW ia the *a*,. he fte.i
"tO Editor's Frntend "
Thes t a ehanee for tOi
be eapp li t with hat
men eadesese--If the
The peep* Of emeevil
qalated w"h he see
swtum atO muM -MaiM
aimm S tWe % % biat
ti )n w
sl it sh
THE BUCKMAN BILL. trol la perfecting the system defined by
the Bookman law will now be capable
SSan has been as modest as it of untrammeled execution, and the co.
under the circumstances during operation in this work of every educa.
iicussion of the Backman school ioonal authority it the State may
nJ its test by the Supreme Court confidently relied upoo.-Tallaba,*oe CLMe 2 ft AM AML PAI
State of Florida, oand has r~--True Democrat. 1UR:4
*d from any abuse of those who U R E Sam
saed their opinions regarding the Last Tuesday the Supreme Court m R gPL-
ire, although some of them die. rendered its decision in the matter of I' *, .
d considerable venom, while oth- thelegality of the Backman school
ere lacking in argument. law, which had been before that tri-
that the question has been set- bunal for argument for the two weeks
we only wish to show the senti- preceding The court held that the law
expressed by many of the State is perfectly valid and constitutional
, which view the matter from and thus settles a question of the ut-
sindpoint of those who desire to moat importance to the educational in-
)te the educational interests of terests of th- State of Florida.
3mmonwealth and are anxious to The decision will be received with
the State keep pace in this direc- general satisfaction by the people of
with oar other llues of advance- the whole State, with the exception, of
We therefore publish the fol. conree, of those who had local and
gI: what might he cal ed selfilh interests
Involved. When it, wae first proposed
supretme Court of Florida has the wisdom of the measure was ques-
ed the Boakman bill constit ioned by many, owing to the cotu rf aA
bThe Supreme Court is the ju-fsion in our educational system, the en-
body authorizty d to pass on the enactment of such a radical measure '1I wee ch f icted with rhbematlam, write
tutionality of all bills pertaining would entail, but after the bill became Wd. C.Nmd,Iowaville SedwckCo.,X=aaIU,"golng
constitution of Florida, which is d the od order of things waabout on ctc t de of pal
preme law of the State. law and he od order of things was wa indced to tr allard'sowLiniment, which
objections that have been raised thereby swept away, there fwas gt- cred m after 1t thrm 50e bottle. ITISTHE
rd to the Buckman bill should eral recogoltion of the fact that inter. RBATST IAi NT I EVERUSD;avelrec-
rd to h Bkman billference with its operations could serve emmaaaded it to a number of pfasonii all express
ase to b expressed by the press purpose except to produce further th ll b ted b tI now walk
rida. Those papers that have demoralization and damaging delay. whotratles, and am able to .perfoma grat
raising the most strenuous ob. There has been general disapproval of" of light labor on' th o fam A
ns should now cease their harp. he ourse of those who have been ac- SIZES: 25, 5 AND 1.00
e personal m prejudice and per. tive in bringing the matter into the BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
ggrandisement that Is so dl courts and the decision of the latter ST. LOW L A.
rise above should now be laid will please the people as a whole.-
nd the good of the entire State ple the people a
rida should now be considered. Lakeland News.
e towns in the State of Florida Now that the Florida Supreme Court OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Now that the Florida Supreme Court
opposed the Buckman bill be- has declared that the Buckman educa- '. JO3 NSBO L, C3-ai:ner=e -iv le.
they considered it a radical bill i, tio nl itihoped
re that was railroaded through tinalbillis c i u ^% iriA i hp
gislature. that the Board of Control will not be g.,f ,,N j i
ecird on other occasions op. hampered again in proceeding with the
the Buckman bill as a railroad provisions of the law in establishing:
re, but since the Supreme Court the State Unirersity in 0ainesville.-
rid has declared it constitution. St. Lucie Tribune.
would be the sentiment, and nu
will be of the press of Florida Tamps has ask(d that a half-million
c eitisenry of this State. dollars be appropriated by Congress lr a Company that is ResJ0o sble. Have a Policy Correctly
ake thia poehiton because we for her great IsthiCan Caal Expoel.* Pays Losses Promptly
it to be the position that will tion, and The Wauchola Advocate says
conserve the best interest of that if Tampa ecn get the counties of A A e
ite. Let the question be settled Florida to contribute a million each, YOu A ss ur a e
the show may pnal.Ily he a howling % Y o re A u
duoeational facilities have too sucehes.-Bartow Coarier.Informan. That no serious lose an overcome you without you have some
Pen unsettled and the press of---- refuge.
tie should abide by the decision
nIof prejudice and the towns of H E A D A C H E i Fire, Le'l, A ident and Health lsurance
Shee, or sho the l twehave, laid -ve ypa r ad* vert None but Reliable Companies Represented.
personal prejudice. In an Un. rellt untailbe a as kianrouer caa se autc
condition the educational he, ,b,., TakE agk uaci .u eA *ua s" -hadA
es of Florida would not be in a casea 4do wbasyou roeano d tr teto do. i
will giveo yeo uO privilege of sai i T t r l hissanr.
on to consider the ideals of the L.M.~ m. UK e eioesi. W.l.o bdi s&gis lae.A C 1 M A
nod afftheoord the youun manhood of aaiFr information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
te the opportunities that are so b i w | -@s
al to the final upbulding of theT n ,,
taIt, and tihe Iinustrial and eduoe-
tioual development that will undoubt-
The papers that have been so0 stren.
uously opposing the Blookman bill in
an effulgency (of hot air should now
cease their egotistical desire for spari-
lous notoriety-shoul quit.-Polk
The Supreme Court of Florida on
Tuesday handed down its longl.epect-
ed decision In the Btickman law case,
sustaining the demurrer to the infor.
nation in t(he nature of quo warrant
and quahilng the alternative writ.
Th. opinion by Chief Justice Shack-
leforJ, is quite long and very exhaust.
ire. and was concurred in by all the of
other Justices of the Court except Mr
Justice Coekrell, who was disqualified,
and iMr Justwo I'aylor. who took no
part in the consideration of the ocae*,
having esu.sed himself becausee of
local interest, involved "
Thusa eonclsively ends a Iltigation
which, whatever mait have lieen its
moving spirit and purpose, and how-
ever much. Its inauguration may have
beeu deplored by some,a w elomed
by all thoughtful citirents wbo deeired
theetabilhty of the educational condi.
taoae in the State authoritatively
established at the earliest pesible meo
The functions of the Board of Coe.
itleme are We olfer Oune Hundred lelar ro.
torials, and ward for say caee of eatarrh silta em.
p a while not be eured by Hall'o Catarrh OlrC .
iod out iOs F. J. CausarT A C.,TalIdo, O.
the seed of We. the umdenie4d, ha hew P.
J Che** for the l1t Ipoem., d. be*
lher haim perdeely bhoMsorble aI a
bossaee tgsei eIn md Sa tally
sanes ille to able to earry oat ay ebliga tiU made
she neved--- by his Ifm.
Jiekeanv]ite WaLuDia. KaIXn A &MAvTIu,
plan work* Hall's Oman&t Om Is taksh. is...
lle are I oal. aly sag direety e* e IM bteed
behind this uad me NW s mtf Ie a
M *0o 1 lt T I Ieal lr i fk -906
PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt.,
meianl Rmedy Co.., Chiasge wN.Y.
uSA A LM e MTINLUSU Ml
Fu:I Qt. Mesa
Hunting Club KB
Naww's' 44" Rp
s ocal m re
S*-1 T x Ma;t Wbhiakey
lORIT loued uldl. ...
I 8 I I I. Nuorth 'arolina Cortn
Laxative FrAStt JM SR um.
Ploe nt to take .raMO ai .d
KIDtS of bt e r I>umr
The new laxative. Does Am.orBns A,.oi,
not gripe or nauseate. Price
Cures stomach and lver i -istN
troubles and chronic coon. A*UA>ft IT
atfpation by restoring the 41s. M. On
sch. liver a
Frw Mal by J. W
PA ID. IBulk #v4oed%-Jnga Free-Net Frpai..
L cQViaIsQt.a11 bk)Per Gauot:
44 CQ 'I : Ry, Ult. Com, Gc~ood gr"d.
0 S' 02 (it, Per i.allot
Hite in Corn. Humn. Fine quality.
00 WN'. Per a4lon.
s o % HYP. WDn Curn. HUM. hebt for themoW6eY.
o o is 11i0*-its Per (..i itn:
44R) e Vv se b and A tpje brandy. M.D..-
i 0 9Si bed h mr ae.
h CIOVct; NE 10r. otia. Dro&-v Rye. Madfeaiai
45IN r uajty
43 25 htazdard ..5
16tidalt extra daric *
6 C' s iolLarger lifl4orted *
GO~jdS Of '% I.jl ~ e, !%tojut. pint.'......
Prices bi tbe btb,. or Avvtivation.
RNNE BROSGI LA
Cso.. W. Hui, Vie-PreemsI as iGRAH AM t. CShier
nd bowels. ...c .. a.chir
.THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
l--,*e-," A-- H -
THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
Sapital......... .............$50, ooo
Non-g a, Surplus and Undivided Profits... 30.00 00 o*
Dose em v a *Gall" bgnflne. tV twaetu. eeuaw 7b a "m soe
B. F. JORDAN
i LKUY. M
Ama on to
11. E. Tarama cashier
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, DECEMBER 29, 1905
VS FROM ALL AY TUCKER'S
PARTS OF FLORIDA W BYU T CBE'S
Happenin From Variousl WODNRFUL CURE
Sections of State.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers."
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to
The electric lights t, St. Augustine
will be turned on January 10th.
The DeSoto County News is better
than ever, and the fire seems to have
done it some good.
The sheriff of Dade county is to be
furnished a couple of bloodhounds.
Better make it half a dozen.
Like City has let the contract for
her cement sidewalks. Good cement
walks are the thing and Laku City is
In speaking of the opening of the
Oeals House, Saturday night, The Star
says that "the table wan an epicurean
Tallahasseehas two candidates up
for mayor, F. C (i lmore and Dr. Hen-'
ry E. Palmer, and a warm contest sto
The news that Tampa had a case of
smallpox is denied. There are no
perquisites with smallpox, so Tampa
doesn't want it.
The Congregational ladies of Mel.
bourne have raised the money to pay
the debt on the parsonage kitchen and
got money to spare.
Mrs. Joseph Thomas of Starke was
found dead in bed Christmas morn-
ing. She was 88 years old and bad
been in roor health.
The Jacksonville Exposition will
have a big day on Tuesday. January
9th, when the wholesale grocers will
have a day of it for their patrons.
There are now about 400 men em-
ployed by the East Coast HotelCo. at
Miami, who will soon be put to work
on the extension of the railroad to
In a colored saloon row at Pensacola
Monday a negro named Robinson fired
a bullet at one named Evans. The
ball simply tore the scalp but never
cracked the skull.
The coroner's jury in the case of
Capt. J. J. Mitchell, stabbed by a ne.
gro at St. Petersburg, claim that
Mitchell killed the negro before the
mob got in its work.
Suit has been instituted against the
city of St. Augustine by the First Ns.-
tional Buink of that city for $11,(i'i.
and the pape-rs have been tiled in the
clerk's offlee. The s*it is brought to
force payment on warrants held by
PUREST PAINT MAD[
100 Per Cat Pure.
A package of Davis' Beet Prepared
Paint contains no adulteration in any
form whatever, and when analysed the
outside white and tints will show:
Old Pmra LIued Oil, M10 per ct Pm
Old Prom s Ute Leal, luts. Car
ulte, 100 per cut Phre.
Selectel White ltIe, Oide, 100 per
Including the neie.ssry pure tinting
colors and best turpentine dryer. To
this we guarantee and afll our sigona
sure.-Tnu H. B. DAvis CoirvrT.
Sold by the Baird Hardware Com-
Covered from Head to Foot with
Humours-Forty Boils on Head
at One Time-Doctors and Drug
Bills $100-Baby Grew Worse.
CURED BY CUTICURA
FOR FIVE DOLLARS
Mrs. George H. Tucker, Jr., 335
Greenfield Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis.,
is a grateful mother. When six
months old," ahe says, "my little girl
weighed a pound and a half less than
at birth. When one month old a scab
formed on her face, spread ing*until it
compcltely covered her from head to
foot, followed by boils, having forty
on her head at one time, and more on
her body. Then her skin started to
dry up, and it became so bad she
could not shut her eyes to sleep. One
month's treatment with Cuticura Soap
and Ointment made a complete cure,
and now my child is as large, strong,
and healthy as any chill of her age.
The doctor's and drug bills were over
one hundred dollars, and my baby
grew worse all the time. Then we
spent less than five dolklrs for Cuti-
cura and cured her."
CUTICURA A BLESSING
To Skin-Tortured Bables
and Tired Mothers.
The suffering which Cuticura Soap
and Ointment have alleviated among
the young, and the comfort they have
afforded worn-out and worried parents,
have led to their adoption in count-
less homes as priceless curatives for
birth humours, milk crust, called
head, eczemas, rashes, and every form
of itching, scaly, pimply skin, and
scalp humours, with loss of hair, of
infancy and childhood. Guaranteed
ct2itm $ma. 4tMiNMt, no M ., M s lan MW
so * i4 11* te 'tum IlMaM
the bank and whieh at th' present
time are bearing no interest.
The Jacksonville football team w.'nt
to Savannah, Christmas. and got into a
row over the game and it was forfei edl
to the "go ber sgrabbet." 6 to 0. Sa-
vannah refuoed to whack the gate re-
oeipts and the Jays will *ie.
The dress of Miss Annie Allen of
Penieolsa caught on fire while she was
standing near the grate on Tuesday
morning. and Wrfore the dress condl
te torn from her she- wa had:y h iare I
atoint the hands and arms. She will
The St. Augastint l Meteor says that
the only way to stop the growth of the
water hyacinth is to shut off the breed.
ing Irounds. B mii the ere-eke and
branches of the main river or stream
and make contrary with per*) m ad.
jacent thereto to keep such creeks and
branebes free of the pest and the prob.
lm is solved.
Al-x Sparks. a negro haektran. nar-
rowly eeaNlped lyneting at the hands of
a party of infuriated white meii at
Tampa Tuesday afternoon The negro
atruek Jimin (affl)d. a while driver
of a forniture wagoo, uv-r the head
with a heavy ple.e of iron rP1,. inflet-
Ing what may prove a fatal wounds
The negro ran. but wai overtakpn by
half a dozen white men, who dragged
him into an alley. threatening to kill
* i -*> J A 1
of tho. Nw York legisa i .
ion t'.' hou-and-ton hare.
ink 1 :;.'. ua oor,ling to t'.:
n1 ;il rtp,>rt of tha state' i.
'it, n:irx 'cyor.
WV. 1. lr'.:antl, a prom
tor ;and a te'mber of th,
of Ikwrun. Ga. had two :
from his right hand by '
explosion of a cannon cr;i,
('hnrles Gb!hon, a ni f'
th.e empire Coal comiti,\
(la.. was knocked from
w ;,, i-.in: thunder a 1-
on HaI ~y
Street. His neck wai bro tn
John A! sander DowI.' o! Zion City,
Ill.' has arrived at Port Anwwnlo. ja-
malr-, on tho steamer V!iunr:l [rvw.
NEWS TERSELY TOLD.
President E.lott, of h'arhas
A c~itI .11411self in fliVol ot pping
In!, r velia~e football f!'' '' zar inl
tor'.er 'ui. I he g3RMe IlvI' 20 Ilfflej
anid v rt~is.onmblp g9nMVP -tI and
dtiemo.)1.'rmtel In practice.
Th.'e Pn! y-flfth anri'vtt r 'kof t he
unmzl'o eple's Soctetv C~iribtia!1
l'uD i0Laor v"El o~ciW rFeb '2t
will It' comimemnorated 1,\ '.' .nly7),
(-, sovM~t 'es and by thl, and a
half nwllflon member.
Purty ivil~in mdollars c easkletl
Sea Island (' tton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrua
Leather in Strips or Sides.
Manufact'tuiterrs of tlhe James Doig Improved English
Se:i Island (Cotton tin, and Supplies for ,S uve.
(GAINEVILE. FLORIDA. S A
of Title the
eration f o r
THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
I'sTA n.ISllm l tlw. I
L ri ,ro-rn tit:'.r. t 1-"r' iolevery sort 1along1the line of
I indTio''t!, o iii tt'i'' -in to'itF loreida, particularly
\ la liill '011k
t'l'IT4 .LTIE%: tlI%tryvI% 'of I1111-; lfax Sale 14m.tboo
i ro'it% for %eNov1wiuAt. i it I Lit it %I ii ate',"; l'l ai 1% af CeuMties,6
" v f, ro'i,ovd F~r*i Namii'iil Bain-% ofik,.wwoiIle,. IF.
i ito n ,A i '0, i,. i -r
(Q. Ills tihaltli is some ,a:. improved.
LaGrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia often follow* lARripple,
but never follows the ute- ,f Foley's
lioney and Tar. It cur-i larippe-. JE
coughs and prevents pniininia and
eonsiumption. Ask for F,ii, 's Hloney
and Tar and refuse any sultt'itute of-
fered. Mr. (). Vacher,. .7 Ostrood Ia idVt'l'ti.sillg i' ti)o 'iiVill')'yoll th lit YOL Oliglt to
street. Chicago. writes: "My wife had
a severe ease of lagripp,' three years have i ba:nk acioullt, ;aliI t1llat tllt It 'inillt should l be
ago and Sitlefthedr with f terrible kpt in THIS BA N K \W, otT(rl AIISOLUTE SAFETY
cough. She tried ai bottt of Foley's
Honey and Tar and It gave immediate to our (]t-iHiitolls.
relief. A 50-eent bottle eni red her eouOgh
entirely." Refuse substitutes. J, W
MeCollum & Compay. Equipped es we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
City Directory For Sale. New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
We have a number of copies oif
Burts'City Directory for male at The
Sun office. It Is a handy reference
took for business aid pruffeiiional
men, giving the names of residents,
with street and number. Price. $2.
SAFE, with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
Insurnce, your money and valuable papers ore safe
FOUR PER CENT InWtrest Paid on Time
0 P iE:RA 1o s EThe BANK of ALACHUA
-* -- a aa. -
*iNI. N1, IIT T iNI.\
Monday, Jan'y I.
Will be her., earryingl their own
IIAND AND ORCHESTRA
Together wt'i Funny Comedians.
Swes dansier., ( lever Daeo.re. l'n't
fail ton *e th*- ML'D TOWNiN kL'I
HAN), one of the funniest ever *een
on soy stag.
THE (aE4~A TA(.(4lir 'FAMIL.Y
Billy eld. ite Fonaiel
on the 4mrrieai. stax* today.
All wh rear. to hav a goMd laufh
come amd s*** thie mpiro Comedy (
Tickets on so'" t W W Aters's on
Iatordao, lhefll;Ir aoh
him. A erowd4 gasnhreo ana the men
fluolly delivered the prisoner to the P I| |fl 1
A colored man with harpinsee in has
beait sad a Jug in his hand came down
the street about. o'clock last Uight
Jose as his foot streak the sidewalk at Paradie lor tlunting a d Fishlag
Maaroe & Chamblis' bank the ;og .
eemped beh head, his the pavrm.ent., TW .
shattered ad at losest three arte of of I
Iqoour tatl atwoudhave taken the hair u h&* ,> iIitEg i,
of adog'l bask wasted ie fire heri- 'to L**.1, -110ltm c
Iealy oa she pawemeat. A h. \le s*q Our riawW. mS ~n
epils the joy i the daraey's heart hWI. itI, i TiIOIAS.I epl.aame
ovaporsed aad he passed me. t ,heot aats l a.
spring pee frome ki feostel.p ad s -so-d
1i6 from *i eye. leevicg th* shatter-I
d* fatfgmess ead the sill to SIll tIhe
~1 of bi b*axs sed bopws --4sla Mar
", Miss Tebbeau's
is"-O Boarding ad d
Millteo raa is timed a af st
bimh. 6 m-es enof so% Day School
to aaaaaer. when. Iteo nemui ai 0 -
ea ond dft soad eep M tt O b so* *. aL *
,issli wwb le Dr las Pelk.iow155 a j Uasu.u - &w -
am MMO a. f t tos.&
Siacnua, i iorica.
Sem your onlrOrs for Job Printing to
THE SUN JOB OFFICE.
THi WAI[ STIWT JOURNAL.
THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
DAILY NEWSPAPER. .
Revvials the Ns'ws and I'iict'i IgovermI-i g
fit-VieaWA, f anayzfteta111d Cifci-rjtj(t'.sJailroal
HaIs (A)injolf-Wtab ttlles totf' En inrflfliof
Prop~rt it et
Itocords the Iia~t -a1!,.(it B41111.bandiiIthe,
yield(1on I nvesttmo-w-tat ?tl.w price..
Anhwierm, wt, .h' ut carge', iiljiiri.'g (4'u*
mmring Inv.'it lilt-Il
Owae bo daily remalieTHMD "ALI. girtKEE
J(WNAl Is 1 bettr #qiallevledto.1i1001 Bowe
aslp &ad predlably and to edshe absel lasset.
wo'sTan. bDowme b. eem nt0.
--.-I1*1. 1tu1t.4 11 ?,11 1) %11. Y HY-
I)0W M, .J()NES & ()O.,
I Brmd4 trepe. %ew lerk.
THE 01j.l11 p% :t* a ttKlI OF WALL %ToIET.
$1 a Ir. *I',1 a a.
INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
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WOMAN LEAPED INTO D9EP WELL Begin Taking Osomulsaion Today Expect to Crush Revolt
and Your Cure Beginu Today St. Petersburg, Dec. 27-1:25 p. m.
he Left a Sick Bed Where She Hfad| -An inspired statement in the Clo.
Been Clok Bedly WatcShed. Ha vo today the government expects the
con G., Dec. 28.After lean revolt at Moscow to be completely
5facon, Ga., Dec. 28.-After leaving crushed within four days. Thle duration
her sick bed some time between the rof thed wtn four lained by the duratlon
hour of midnight and 3 o'clock and numberof the r ooisg ps explained by the mall
jumping headlong Into a well where two-erff^*ose^s^^^ [ number of troops available. Many of
Jumping headlong into a well where the soldiers necessarily were employ.
she remained fully two hours, Mrs. Sal. its Vitalized Medicinal Food Proper- necessarily were employ
lie Forest la now lyig uncnloua, ti are Very Quickly Relstd. ed in guarding the government build-
e In Bringing Healthy Color to the Ingoleaving a comparatively small
while her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Ch,.k' of the PAl* and Sal ow.e leading comparatively small
nd Mrs. A. I. Moore, and thr frlons In Prode lucinntd Stn todthe Weak, to number available to cope with the in-
are astoniied at her miraculous es- In 'onlnt up the System of Convales eurgents over the wide area of the dis-
cents from Exhausting Diseases. turbance. Fresh troops have now ar.
cape from Immediate death, It Is be. In Cleansing the ntir System. r an eh troops have now ar.
levied she will recover. In Nourishing the Worpnt rived, and the end is aid to be near.
In Rounding Out the Thn, Peaked
MrA. Forest has been at the home of O Faces of Children.
Mr. and Mrs. MNl(re for over a year. In Building up n their te oAccdent on Central Tra
the Desirable Pink and White Flesh, and Accident on Central Train.
During a considerable portion of the In Dottin their cheeks with the Pretty Barnesville, Ga., Dec. 28--The Cen-
time te has been ill, and they bad ert d G that e Mo trial of Georgia train for Atlanta had
given close attention. It was while Es a AtidetMe Sia e Caused by an accident about 3 miles beyond the
guarding against the onslaught of dils- spoms e t Ce asami Wet. city limits. The train was 30 minutes
ease that the occupants of the home To prove its Medtcinal oodl Merits a late, and was going at a high rate of
missed her from her bed. A hurried Trial Bottle Free by Mall speed, when the front trucks of the
emxmination etowed that she had made Will be sent on request. Write by letter tender jumped the track. The train
her exit by the room door and aad Orzomlston Ct., lcr St New Yorl. ran about 100 yards before it was
unlocked the lattice doors at the well. U DruggistsTwe tseo- m a M, stopped. There was no damage to
She then climbed over the curb and the coaches. The engine was dis-
fell fell into the water, which was 17 NEGROES SHOT TO DEATH. ibled and the track badly torn up by
feet deep. ____ the trucks.
SERENADER S1 AS4AULTED. White Merchant Was Killed by Blacks,
Who Were Shot by Mob. Mistaken Signals Caused Wreck.
S.. ..... . ( oI.o'umhbia 8. C. e 2_ -- wa of - ..n .......
son of Weat Virilnia Legislator in a
Critical Condition. a double lynching at Barnwell has
Bethany, W. Va., Dec. 28.-Byn b ereeved hereas wired Governor
Abott, aged 18 years. eon of C. B. ISheri t Creecah ha wred obverar
doott, a member of the West Virginia Heyward that the affair wai brutal
legislature, lies at his home In a crit. murder; that helpless prisoners were
leal condition from the effect of an butchered In open daylight, and t;at
ICA condition from the effects of officer were guilty of derelcti of
asaeult alleged to have been made on offcer were gulty of reHto of
bim last night by John and Charles duty.
Whitesett, H. S. Craddock, a well known white
John Whitesett, who returned home merchant, was killed by Frank and
Joith Whisbrielastniwhtur hmeJohn Deloache, negroes, who were ar.
with hi bride lat night, was eren rested by the constable and placed In
added by a crowd of Bethany ollge te by h
students, who made the night hideous a lockup. The men were taken out
wh pan and kettle. After er and shot to death with guns and pistols
w attempts and kettles. Afterseveral on Friday. The news of the lynch-
wain attempts to have the serenadesIng was suppressed.
disperse, the Whitesett brothers, John, Sheriff Creech is preparing to make
anned with a revolver, and Charles, arrests, and Governor Heyward an.
With a poker, attacked the students, bounced e will sustain the sheriff.
Who fled in all directions. nou d e the er
The Whitesaett brother were arrst,
ed today, charged with felonious as- Coughing Spell Caused Death.
sauk and carrying concealed weapons, "Harry Duokwell, aged 25 years,
andt after waiving a hearing, were held choked to death early yesterday morn.
In $500 ball for criminal court. ing at his home in the presence uf his
W. F. Rally, P. 0. True, Texas,
writes: "My wife had been suffering
flve years with paralysis in her arm,
when I was persuaded to use Ballard'a
Snow Liniment, whioh eured her al-.
right. I havr also us*d it for old
eor"e, frostbite sand skin eruptions.
, It doe the work Sold by W. M.
S*ureme Court Justice Dead.
0,kland. Calif., Dec. 27.-Justlee
Walter VanDyke, of the supreme court
of California, died yesterday after an
ElsaeM of only twenty-four hours. Jus-
Ctoe VanDyke was borm In New York
stte In 1123. He we* a resideal of Cal.
Iforila sines 1949
KIEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.
The Coastantm Wearta *of a lat I'rove-
sates DeudruE Ge*rm.
There arei many men Iwho wetr their
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to It. Yesterday morning
he was seized with a fit of coughing
which eottinued for some time. His
wife sent for a physielan, but before
he could arrive another coughing
spell came on and Duckwell died from
suffocation.-St. Louis Globe Demo-
oral, IDeember let. 1901." Ballard's
Horehound Pyrur. would have saved
him. 2o, 560c and $l. gold by W. M.
Little Girl Leaves Home.
Rwalnsiol., Gt i .. rl c. 28.- 1llle
Edenflel,, a little tirl of (Ocar dMen-
field. run awta. Saturday from her
home at Mcl.e this county, and
i(hade her way to Savannah, where
ihe, was placed in rcarge of an offi-
cer by a paMseangRtr on the train who
,lloe(veretd the little girl's plight. She
ri fuasd to g', back home and was
Ilac.('d in charge of the Woman's Chris.
tlin TtipePraince union, of Savannai,
who will find her a home. She gave her
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lat, p'r.acti' K ;il)y all tlie I wheI n awlkl e on iI, ir itlioUg away. t e i crulitiy
aSt.i arei lt-seo with a heavy shotk of of her father
ha;r. )et it tihe Snlps of these same me-t
nc-se hename iifatoted with dandruft
errms,. the parsaltes would multiply aI Torture of a Preacher.
the qulrker for lack iof air. aldne, 'TI'e story of the torture of Rev O.
would e t.l nias te annl result. New.
b row's lierplehiie kills thee grms and II lmor,., lastr of ithe aptist church
stimulates utthe.Othy hair to abundant of lia'IlI.rville, N Y will inler-at
growth lt.'rlt'iielo I a pleasant hair yo)u lle say: "I suffered agonies,
dreewli n%. ill as a danitruff cure anit u. ( I iou, t-
r t .'tlmn ',,I a l a, tom of injurious sub-
p'tor,.. .'t i inha cr druisstati .tnd itil from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
'. it .in,..f. for Menmpe to The Harpl- tinig up in bed I tried many rem.
rie! t',I.. htuoltr. ih-b'. ediee without relief ultil I took Dr.
J. i ReIbrd A ('C.. SpecIalI Aceebn King's New liteti-v'ry for Consump-
--.-- -' -'lion, Coughs and Colds. whieh entlrely
AK andd oe insulumItion." A grand core for dis-
SI PINE Neased poo ilitions of thrust and longs
At all druggists; riee w 6, and I $100,
wdwe ad and spli I lethe aild i. guaranteed. Trial n-Itllee frie.
WOOl) ( IKF T K l' T I( and 1 --anl
gualranted satisfaction with every or. To Be Allowed SBail.
der. When you ar i in ait of rSTlV' Itrni.gA.hati. A: I)ec .* -40. A.
W OI)D please give mo a call. Every l.it, aa tt e A n who Is ,ome, d
faeeility for sawing. sp itl ag and dte.I
living wood promptly, 'h 1 *1 i9t "!ndr t w. r w.
',,nt,, fir tU killing of W W ,Sweezy.
I 1lll'lT YOUR '.'ARONAGE. ,i,,,It it, f *Vi, a .,,..t,, .
H. C. JONES,
Proprietor WVIod Yard. Corner Uui-
eraityi and Masonic etreets. iainers.
Uiss Hera Nortom,
Jo.khns wilt b~e aiiowe.el bail at
aneryda,* It Is iandruet. Little.
as.rCTvMt~d In &a lam st Of
dccl'nt tint'i k)%jkby the ,.urapsme
"i was mueli amieteil with solastbes"
writes A C Nud, lowevilie. 84sdwisk
Co.Kan .'gwag about a'. ervibee
aa.,I staffering a deal of Paio I Was
m'"dilciel 1)IV7tr& laIAeds lSmaw ULit.
n~isit, wh~elkprelieved Me I '.355
thr" &* lkt~ttiee it is the gPosts"
InvicurtalI ccv se ed Hal* eseem-
miebdvd at to a momber of W---.
All oeapetw themewlmse Wee b gbone..
*rusebeew pi et" 4kpo;!va
V CIciuIti, L eC. 28.-Dave Hall, of
Dayton, 0., was crushed to death anj
15.000 worth of property destroyed In
the collision of two extra freight trains
on the Pennsylvania railway. Mistak-
en signals caused the wreck. Fire add.
ed to the oonfuaion and the engines
were welded together by the Impact.
Two hours were required to extricate
the body of Hall. Passenger traffic
was delayed for several hours.
Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for yeare"
writes Mrs. Raymond Conner of Shel-
ton, Wash., "and the doctors could not
help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Core
and the very flrst does gave me relief
and I am now oared. I cannot say too
mooh for Foley's Kidney Cure." It
makes the diseased kidneys sound so
they will eleminate the poisons from
the blood. Unless hey do this good
health is impossible. J. W. MeCollum
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF CHARTER.
NoUoe Is herebr riven that the Earnt Florida
Telephone Compaiy intends to apply to Lte
Governor of the State of Fioikla on the 1btb
day of January. 10WO. to amend Article VI of
itu charter to read an follows: "The highest
iMdebtedane or liabllltr which the corporation
can at any time ubject Itelf Is Fifty Thou-
EAST FLORIDA TELEr'HONE COMPANY.
Dec. 13. la9. fy C. VtOYL Secretary.
EL DORADO CAFE
ileralines I (I cooking a Feature.
Everything in Hason Cooked to Order.
OYSTERS AND SrEAKS
(COFFEE the Best.
1PR I C E S RE A 0ON A B LE.
WEST SIDE SQUARE,
100 West Maia Street. S.
Keep Your Head Clear
And vouratoniaeh free from Indlte.-
tIa if rou wouid he happy with your
family and your fehow-masa.
The sures tuWag o earth to get a man's ay.
=e- "out of whack" t Iseavy. amg bread.
wob ilseaused by several reaoss.: Frt. the
material may ot be goud. semoed. the oook"
I4 ay bee toor Th -bee our In be world
all m eo ibe Iesvtot broad if I mroertr
mied or o looked We U lt).1 HM7 T
FLOR UI od our "knr Pult" Is khowin how to
Mix ad bake It Our brad does M ot cost ay
awore ah hboe-rdie. sad la many t-ta-eea
It tao neooma more palatable.
Pthse s6L. L. T. ehAr. Prep.
Nashville IR. R.
Beet Line to
sIir.tuuam. Ma&vItes eUpha,
Kasm th, Lea.vtt (tImmteMl,
9L. Lawsh tkhie ai- all pa1
sertb and West ta tbrom eas.
MACHINE ON THE MARKET
Lightest Shiftl Lightest Running! The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-8holep in
use in Gainesville than any other machine.
For Sale by....
THE SUN, Gainesville, HFla.
"B. F. ID-UTTO T &; 00.
Do a general banktln business. buy sad eU lForeitr a"d Domweset xi Zbanse.
The aeoouas of banks. beakers, corporations. farmers, merchants and others
r*lved oo favorable terms. Speclls feiitestfo akin soollecotona on all
soeomible pooits the United States.
WL'r-.OFPT TrT A
I- & CODE
.-' GO FLORIDA.
Agents for Pabst Milwaukee Beerr
Export, per bbl, 10 dos, $11; per doz. $1.25
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10 dos. $12; per doz, $1.60
Jung's OClclnafiti Red Heart Beer.s
'er bbl, 10 dos. $9; per doz. 1i.
We pay freight or express charges
on the following liquors:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in
the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 500
12 fullquarts ........ 12 75
BLUM'S MONOGRAM. 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
12 fall quarts ........ 12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bettl B Io w .l 4 er nmmat Reperfldea.
4 full quarts, del .... 4 00
t full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full quarts ...... .10 7
S188 BLUM'S SYLVAN GLEN, 7
S~,. Years Old:
K-. 4 full quarts
6 full quarts
1ll full quarts
4 full quartA . ......
'; full quarts . ....
12 full qu-srt .. . .
We are dealers in everything in the
Liquor line Whiskies, Gins,
Rum and Wines from U
1.4 toC t (1) per gaL
Omr.poralas throaab $'*wroteA(H TN The Florida
frome rkora t t.Lma 3heW1% 5lad F.RR1LII..ruit and Truck Grower
me **row '& iig idL J. IBRUINT. Mw md hvp',9
now*& d1aime ear pesylee I.she lkmobpit
Tbm htokat*Wo Poauav eertersd CAL&n. ,
Use ilafmsna asoemeto P64" to allI PIP HMiller. I sing* @"in .
poift" pm"h aa dWees, esbedl" S* Z4 KeMaio St iatol T 'sra a. Is aimeytiuas
eAl ke'.ab I u l to the iaas~
GEZOS E. HE4 NIGof "W" &and i d. -%Work .
Ph~A~. 33.L, jPAPUBSO30 G"33 ndSW ~WRIT.'hS.* be ~'
G1(3.ALI)EWMIVtL T sT LE
THE DAILY SUN: (AINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 29, 190)5
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THR DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 29, 1905 7
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EER PROBLEMS OF LAW. FIRST IN TIBET.
WiH WIde R.*llhbl Jadg. Adventure the Exzplorer Mer
aid Lawye i Haave str-l*sse. eutf Iand K raerr.
Hundreds of years of test cases have In the year 1812 Tibet was entered
yet elucidated all the possible by two explorers, Moorvroft andl iear-
ts of difficulty in the English law. sey, the first Englishmen ti, li.-ietrate
Here is a remarkable problem with the forbidden land. Hearsey lde-cribes
Which the Blackl urn lawyers have just one of their experiences at Ialha: "Aft-
ben 'uonifro)ited: An English gentle.- er breakfast this day (July 4 l'uiar
Ian I atd twaUa souii who were born Singh sent word to us to come andl pay
within a few nliutes. of each other. lie our resects to the wazir's son in a
Inade r will that 111.4 property in Aus- council assembled with the laeuii nd
tralla 'houlild o to whiheover of the the son of the deba. We linaetl hi
twc >.~i: ri;.ved at the .age of tweuty. about 9 o'clock, attended by the puntlit
one ti-'t. and three or four other servants,. car-
T"'. y,'::C- of r' tv' emlrrated to ry'ngI the presents for thee p'.iple.
Au-~rit;ia. v.:j,e th ib I a,lr line remained The presents consisted of three, yard.
in I' .g', 1. !:, Ii l.,. t., ;iner was stlil of superfine scarlet bro decl )tlh. s, la
In the :;:r :l ;. a;t t0*. time of his sugar and spice, all arvanilgt on a
coninrg t ,1': Nv.. Autralian tittle brass plate. We flrt entered a gate,
is s(n:it lih'c' I! :la Usi t',; of Gretu- over against which was fasteneii a
wich. iml I,' tia' yountg m iarin very large and handsome dogl soiai.
out there v ": iv, v..., i,.f,,are llthing of the Newfoundland breed. < We
elder Ir, il. r :it 1. ... \hi of thle..e then had to stoop to enter another ,lor,
two ler,,,.r is. .- .. ct. 'tied to til filthy enough, stench atbonilnable. we'
property*. TI. .in lhas %not v. then proc'ieeded up a few ttela'sf earth
been 41*h 1!( 1. :ra 1 la thr, :.e.autirn:' and stones, all broken. We turtitsl t*-,
rears n a the right and entered a lnaill l alntt-
raen upon it. chamber. to the right of which w.t.
Are e r .'v ,e women's room.
Areye T|, s.. :' A greasy, filthy pardaih wn1 tthn
llft l ), ::;nm l we entutrriAl thlt par;or.
Involved, n t ..i... t," .u.l .l ,, lere we found a clean t inlrri I or pi -Ir
on It went through tw vo,,r thrlo,. woolceter of the
of law. A lady snt ian order f.r :a vacant seft.
en eg(, to a dalryia. ;il hi -, ; ac sent.
spread for us In the
room. In front \vas a
appollte to which our
ducks' es. he seii lhiiaaw ir k a e-l ac nth e rlait sa1
ducks cat. She sent rt 11h.nut the lans on a cushion; before hli n was
being what shbe ordered but .bu e re ,*, dlte a knd of tea poy (thr I, legged
to take themn. She. In turn, i ~. .I > plate a kind of tea poy (ttire' l'ge* d
akeep them., a'e. ome time elt. i.. table!, on which were two wa ln, var.
teen their journeys froa the' ha- it nished platte. painted and gilt. There
the shop. th. eies went lad, tanal e-ven. wa also a fire pan. The old gentleuian
tually the shopkeeper sued the lady for ap eared about seventy .vea old hat
ls. (id., their value. a shrewd countenance, ildl veiy little
The county court Judge ordered her and eyed us all the time, tlc war
to pay, declaring that ducks' 'egg wnre dressed In a coarse woolen red rur-
as much eggs as any others. But tihe uluent, the manufacture of the *outtry.
lady appealed, and king's bench re- greasy and dirty in the extreme. This
verseel the decision on the ground that was the bishop of thl see.
when a party ordered eggs hebu' eggt "Ile had another priest sitting to his
were meant, and If any other conten- right, more black. more filthy and mnore
tlon were admitted any kind of eggs ugly than hblmelf. Opposite to mie eat
the son of the delia, a dark. but 'ilirl.
might be sent, such as pigeons', can-be though rather heavy looking. a re t
ries' or even rattlesnakes'. Ducka' eggs. bl thou g rather heavy Iokngr per-
it was decided, were not eggs in the son, aged about twenty nine or thirty.
ordinary meaning of the term. 1ae .lad a paper lI his hand at our i ngI
Are the grandchildren of a man also trance, as if ln the let of wrlthlg He
bis children? In the legal sense this, as satl, on lethr cuh wasn a atuff
question is not so absurd as it look,befo wth w ,him ovwar whs h ws a sallt ;le
and some time ago It was most serious on which were two of the. wo tbletu
ly and laboriously contended In the on whhch were two of the wooheu
courts that accordlug to act of parlia- plates Iefore mentioned, a ehlinn cup.
meat they were. al linkstand. a wooden wpen and a kuife.
The particular act in question, passel To his right lay a long silver pipe. Ile
In the reign of the late Queen Victori. i' was dressed in a rel, Ilue, green and
laid it down that "the father aud the yellow striped woolen gown."
grandfather, the mother and the grand Very suspi'lous were the old priest
mother and the children of any poor and his fellows, though a letter from a
person, being of Sufticient ability, saall; naeilghloring seat of government el-
relieve and maintain anuy such poor I|r-i plainetd to them that Moorcroft and4
go." I learuey really were harmtleaii Ilgritsin
The argument was that. according t,, and not the dreaded ri"rlngis and re-
the context. grandchildren were to be quested that they miglit bet permitted
reckoned as children for this purpose, to proceed. On the next day. however.
just as grandparents were reckoned as matters were again soniewhat compll.
parents. On the other side it was ar- eted by the discovery that ieara.y
gued that If grandchildren were child wore half boots of the English pattern.
Lre then great-graandehildren wereI When the nuatIve dllsovere.d this they
ildren all and that a man might in thought that so tlietlliaW .ilyl ur'ly
Ishl way be allied upon to support hisi wrouig. %Moorrtt. In lili narrtil(|v.
father and litoilier, his four grandliar. Told of thls line'.lehit wlith ethliint red-
ta. hi. eight reat-grandparents and i lla,11 hVe hliim -lf hm Ing take the lre*'.
many grandchi dIren and great-grrand eitlilin f lnhvtIu tiiranl Iup ilwo iodlde.si
ildren as be might be luky or mii to hl*" uo 1 ih.'
ky eniougld to0 FuriousFighting.
a skimmed milk milk? A mat atk.-I Furious Fightne.
a giui of iilk to drink anal n.as "For seen yeare" writes 6. ll \
esa kViiiiied milk, ai&l the ptirv-'y1i Hoffmina if liarp-r, Wash.. *1 hid ei
Sfdlil for it. But in a higher e,irt bitter battle, with et ronie stimch and
decision was reverted., it Iteiig 1. liver trouble. bt at last I wn*. a>nd
edi at thee tliie that skimmed mnilk cured my dis.et by the u-4 (if ...lir
really much more milk than nilk eru mt di *eI i by 1hes fl r-li -.
wa not kinimal. site the latter tir' Baters I nhesittlingly re -hm.
ed smnetliling that was not milk mend them to all. and don't intend in
that I creamll.- L.o.adonl Tit -1ts. the future- to be without m in them an the
s stragu are literary coindl
I orealonally i nlllstrated io tbe
r Thsikeray and Iuiniea. Thack.
yo 'I camIpueaear riding a tsm,k
same iubj(>'t. 'I.e- Tr le lMJon,
.' anld taking .1 d Artagnan
bero. IJ'Artagnan was a real
of the age of louIs XIV. ant
ble own memoirs. I rememntre
Sup a dingy copy of them on an
tall to Loontou. pirire alipenc
el d to mak* seotDting of It.
a got abhed of me. He snap
thiing." A t olaidenre quite as
t14* ocCrred with ilr I'Frman
for central figure. He lersmel
dIwlngl a holiday ito a munta in
Pwiwtierlaud that durlu the win.
ths for some rwemae two maen
l In orrupetlo. 'For ewr or
the tbry were isolated from
of the world. Poppuq.w e of
eat amed or t amittted steWil
pselbittlwi wre *dlwes. Il*
b -t ernmtud to etbody tihe
a stry. Oa ble way boas be
to prk up a book of talm by
at rThee in ift. sad the
.'kh*rf h be tedn hiaRM0f
I Lwi e ry partiletlar
Di W -q. I det w om
q t an at!"-A&Ma.
W"o rmem m 1 ma
a e nwas uka'alt
house. They are' cetirtaily a wajider-
fal mo-diriov, tn hair*e iared mueh a teed
cape as rain.to S-id under guaraiii.
tee' to do t he maine' fair jive, laysail drieg.
gtist. at 5(k a bottle. Try ttae-ria todayg
It 1114) r aiot t- a h. 0 a. the' tfe
milliarPmr 'et..ii -r .-.itow,"k o f.('tA ths ,1,q'
PrI-t 14%t hm v '. git r 110'1411 tea ltialt chf
worn t) iy'll go-jlot h.'isilo aptoo ,'cilalrn
lively reoe-Pqtit i n..a. tlaoc'sgi It was urot
always irwvae'e-rlly t1.1*'It Thtwf Isa
portrait of I 'm ltie w#eevil g .me 4itsi
step W08111t. roiSil0.'on Iaual 1MIlasksiele
"ova ray" .-tlo-r. Atolllprrg #owlas*
wvfa bet re,,atitll e~to getel."-tune'lThe
Nabit of a lFrawlw-an friar w-as the
&urpmst wtoriatoy tP, alosj11rtvrds of
Vmbrs In Pt Iranls' tiw.. and pollsr
&Wl for tvaturisoftbrforv sto.l after it
7UM Is v1vidgw enugh ofit thisnt
OW o times. it se. travel. 6outsai4.
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DR DaVERE B. MORRI!-.
Offie over NiArcija Endels%. P1 .
J" A. CARLI-sLE,
S1 rinr e
ATTORNEY AT l .A\
And Solicitor in EI, tmy
Real Estate, Conveyancingi and (;en
eral Practice. All business rumnptli
attended to. Office next door to Sutr
office. AIKSVnI t TI HI OKIDA
ATTORNEY AT l.\\v.
IA N ISV ItLI,
Can sell your city property, (m.-
proved and unimproved), piacphae.,
trucking and farm ia lands. S ed him
a list of what you ofer for male. 2142n.
W ,E E BAKER.
...SOLICITOR IN CHANt'l.K., .
GAINESVILLE. Alachua Co('
Office in Endel Bloa'k
DR.J H. ALDERMAN,
D E N T I S 1'.
Over Dutton & Co'a Haak.
DR. WHOKDN It TISON.
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Offce In Miller Law siet i a
THE WEST END.
FINE WINES. LIQUORS A C('IARP
JORN MENZIES, Pro't rt,,r
119-11 W tay at., Jackso t r "a
Faust beer. bottle and draught. Don't
fall to eall on me when in Jacksonville
Makes a Specialty of All Kinds
of Plain and Fancy
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Legal Blanks cn Short Notice.
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maittr a due tin-, and will say that
it is perfoetl y atitfaitory. I like the
eavelopoe so much Many thanks for
lour prompt att.'-nt ii in ha ling order
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 9, 190,l
NEWS OF CITY AB
Kattern of nOs latwert Oath.
ed by Our porter.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
WhMat H Happenedand What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
sO That **He Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Ladles' calling eards in latest styles
at Boan office.
Get Christmas and New Year's cards
at The Son office.
House to Rent-Near barracks. Ap-
ply to J. F. Beagle.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale, J.
I. Bone. Phone 19.
Empire Comedy Company at opera
bouse Monday night.
Will exchange good gun for bird
dog. Address this office.
Fruit sakes for immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
Percy M. Padgett of New River was
the city on bosines yesterday.
The Sun Industrial Edition sent to
any address, postage free, for 10 cents.
Some fine city and country property
for sale. 0. C. Pedrick, Gainesville,
Fraieler Stephens of Alaohua was
transacting business in the sity yester-
Tam H. Cato and grandson, Tamt
SMoodey, were in the city from Alachua
Judge Ryd Carter has returned
from a visit to Jidson and other points
in the West End
Col. W. W. Hampton has returned
from a professional visit to Jackson-
ville and other polonts.
Attorney W. H. Brootne returned
S ytterday from Starke, where he was
called on legal business.
E. W. Million, the naval stores op.
erator of Waldo, was a business visitor
to alinesville yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. lBlanding and children of
S8umter, 8. C., are the guests of Mrs.
James Doig. East OalneIvtile.
'Amng the prominent Alaohua peo.
pie visiting the county capital yester.
'A' day was Captain Sam Dupuls.
A. B. Britter, D. B. Haolerson and
B. E. Raulemon of Lake Oity were reg.
istered at the Brown House yesterday.
Mrs. M. E. Neal of High springs is
In the eity nn a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Wmn. E Dow, Weat Main street,
J. Fletcher Burnett has gone to
Tamps, having beun summoned on so,
count of the death of Captain J. J
W. O Sale of Alton, who has been
visiting relatives in this eity for the
past few dayl, returned to his home
The ladustrial Edition of The Sun
is on sale at Avera's and Vidal's news-
stands. Ost a copy and send it to
Mrs. Reddlek and son lhorge have
returned from Reddiek, where they
epent a few days pleasantly with rela.
tives and friends
Among the prominent visitors to this
eity are J. ID Luther and W. D. Final
layson of Old Town. They made The
Sun agreeable sell,
Miss Margurite Stringfellow. who
has bten attending the Agnes. Soott
Institute, .reatur, ta., arrived home
yesterday sospead the holidays.
Monroe Vtnable of Archer, one of
the sunewaful naval stores and lum.
bet maaufaeturers of this *setion. was
traeetmung business in this city yes.
Yoer eake may be debKhtfully light.,
but uales properly flavored will be
disappointing in taste lilie Ribbon
Vealla adds to the goodness of all
d ee erts.
Henry (C Fateh. who left several
weks laro e rtot ()ainee. t) Di,.
ihal aed Abevtlle. Ala and other
glsiate ont business. lha relurned to
Mr and Mrs. F. 8. Carl of Archer
favored Gainesville with a visit yester.
County Surveyor Jamea Croxton of
Micanopy was here on official business
D D. Powell of the firm of Powell
Bros., brokers, has gone to Lake City
and other points on business.
Remember the Empire Comedy Comrn
pany, which will appear at the opera
house Monday evening, January 1.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of.
flce, 0c per dozen. $8 per hundred.
Cash most accompany order. dawtf
Hartridge Lee of Melrose. who is at.
tending the University High School
here, has returned from a brief vielt to
D. W. McArthur of Montbrook was
transacting business in this city yes.
terday. He is connected with the
Florida Land Company.
Judge A. J. Cone, who recently re-
moved to Raleigh where his son. T. J.
Cone, is engaged in the manufacture
of lumber, was in the city on business
John H. Mutzer of Schuylkllihavea,
Pa., has arrived In the city. He sl an
experienced baker and has accepted a
position with Aldrish's Home Bakery,
2 3 East Magnolia street.
Wanted d-Agents for Victor talking
machines. Records now 86 eents, 60
cents and $1 for 7-Inch, 10-inoh and 12.
Inch sises, wholesalersa ad retailers.
Write for lists to Metropolitan Talking
Machine Co., 828 Main street, Jackson.
Something good is in store for thea-
ter-goers at the opera house Monday
evening next, when the Empire Come.
dy Company will hold the boards.
They come well recommended as vau.
deville artists and musicians of the
I. P. Robles of Tampa, a former
cadet of East Florida Seminary, but
for the pist term attending the South.
ern Normal School at Bowling Green.
Ky., has been in the city for the past
two or three days on a visit to friends,
all of whom were glad to welcome him
County Superintendent of Schools
Dr. J. L, Kelley has recently mate.
really improved the appearance of his
office by Installing a handsome drug-
get. This drugget will also have a
tendency to make the room more som-
fortable and cheerful in Inclement
J. R. Emerson and party of West
Virglnlans have returned from a visilt
to the former's magnificent orange
grove at Kirkwood. Many of the party
hid never seen an orange grove before
and were deeply interested. The en-
tire party was well pleased with the
tite party was well pleased with the
visit, as well as the hospitality of Mr.
W. T. Merchant of Meredith was
among thoee who visited the oily yes-
terday. He was accompanied by his
brother-in-law, Thomas Holmes of
Edgetleld, S C who is pending
a whole with his sisters, Meedames
Merchant and 8. J Neal, at Meredith.
This Is Mr. Holmes' eeond visit to
Florida, and he exprewed himself as
being well pleased with the country.
David Edeletein, formerly of this
city but now of New York. left yester*
day for ()Ocala and other points nla South
Florida. where he expects to remala
for some time. Mr. Edelstein is the
traveling representative for Sternberg,
Prester & Oo., ladieN' skirts and gar.
nients. New York. Mr 8ternberg was
engaged in the mercantile busiasea on
Unioa street in this city for several
Mobile. Ala., Feb. ii. 10M.
lir E. W. Hall. t. Louis. Mo -DIear
Sir: During the past year we have
sold over tweaty.four doesa "Hall's
treat i)teovery" for kidaey and bltd-
der troubles and during that time have
received so eomplalmt.
Yours repeet flly,
U. V-u Axtwsr A &o.
A TEXAS WONDER.
tie emalU tbete of he Toam Wew
thi flelh e HaMIls GOsa Disasey,*ama aN
tax igof Lebaa''s. 1levy eoh'emhy Wksdey and bladwis.sabim emp.
eagimeer of cO"Stuuetis of the Jaek. gravtel. eamn diabeem. Oiniawallaft.
oiesavle 604d Scuthweetra Hallrood.; as. Ws. we Oand llabme pbrheb.
wo In the ely yesterday (M business t 5l Sav d 9ll trvesbriut tleO.whebid.
m..sesad with the United Stat" land O Wbd sysau b in bb i maha il ad
wee -, reqelsaft bkIwl mws in I
jobs W. OWs.d WU aglish (to,'bildea. It so MeWMbeylow d"4861
won &now** wbsaisbe "Gerlhe vu t5small"ba"sal.Ias "M seft*ma
5~~~~~Y*~oe jk. arm"blbwslI 3 ~ ..
bm a emIad w to ydull.' end ow "" =
Wanted-Room and board for wife
In private family by traveling sales-
man. References exchanged. Ad-
dreusSalesmao, Brown Hous,,'stating
LABOR Contraetp, Jost the thing for
farmers and turpentine men, 65e per
dosen, $2 for b), or $3 per 100. Cash
id hand with order. Address, THE
SUN, Gainesville, Fla.
Conductor M.. Gilmer of the 'At-
lantie Oset ine., who has been for
some time in charge of the "Moon-
light Express" between High Springs
and Rochelle, has been transferred to
the Highb pringe-Citra run. This will
afford his numerous Gaineeville friends
an opportunity to say "howdy" once
in a while, as he lays over here a cou-
pie of hours each day.
N. A. Osallison has returned from
Yatesville, Ga., where he hea been on
a brief visit to his friend, J. T. Bla-
look. Mr. Blalock owns a magnificent
estate at Yatesville, and, Mr. Calliton
states, entertains a great many friends.
Dr. Emerson, the celebrated Boston
educator after whom the famouseol.
lege is named, is now spending a few
days with his wife at the Blaloek
Miu Irene McCreary, who is attend-
Ing Randolph-Macon College for Wo-
men, Lynehborg, Va has arrived in j
the eity and for the next two or three
days will be the guest of her parents,
Hon. and Mrs. H. H. MoCreary. It is
needless to add that her numeroLi
friends here are delighted to greet her
again. Misa Mooreary has just pon.
eluded a visit with Hon. Frank Olark
and family in Washington, during
which she was most cordially enter*
talked. She states that the weather
was delightfully pleasant during her
stay in the National Capital.
J. M. Turner of Lake View, one of
the most successful farmers in the
county, was in the city yesterday, hav-
nlog come to bring some pork to the
market. He has just returned from
Homossassa, where he visited the Yu.
lee plantation and saw, among other
ancient appliances of the farm, an
immense sane mill and sugar boiler,
which be was told were in service
nearly three-quarters of a century
ago. He states that they were in a
remarkable state of preservation, and
that the kettle at the time he saw it
contained several gallons of water
which appeared to have been standing
for some time.
! Holiday Novelties.
Guarantt-ed. Mail Orders Receive Prompt
and Careful a attention.
Sreenleaf & Crosby Co.,
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
41 West Bay St.
N YORK THE
Steoe on Earth."
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Is your name on our mailing list?
E CONTINENTAL CAFE.
(First corner South of P. 0.)
mental COdar Key Oysters. Drip Coffee. W
vice U excelled. Open Early and Late.
All Klinds at
a1 31Yo to get our
fetern Meats. Sker
T. F. TIOIAS
FULL LINE OF
MONULENT.T, TOMBSTO EI8
aId 1RO FENCES.
W See our samules.
Peroal attManUoa to alu atwr is
9W IUse. M&Ua ad to srap9h erdoe
prompter atted*4 to.
Alachua Pool Parlors,
E. H. Wate. Preprtetetr.
Lufted in the Porter Blook, owk
*e s* ara. Three raf-elas 'm
GemO liftaO, d prosp NJ
servwi "w paebisews odiat lrviki
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"M5wd a so vow.
JAMES F. SMIh
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For Our New
Over 100 Pages Illustrating
Cut Glass, Silver-
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