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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 30, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01068
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SVOL. XXII, NO. 278


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905


TEN CNT A WEEK
TEN CENT8 A WEEK


SHIP IS DESTROYED


AND GREW IS LOST


Was Driven Onto Rocks By A

Terriffic Gale.

BODIES OF LOST WASHED ASHORE


Everything Possible Being Done To Re.
cover Bodies and Identify Those Al.
ready Ashore-Fifteen Seamen and
Apprentices Among Dead.

Victoria, B. 0., Dec. 29.--The Brit
tsh ship Pass, of Melfort, Captain
Gauden, left Ancon for Puget sound.
driven ashore on the rocks of Vancou.
ver island, a quarter of a mile east of
Amphritrite Point, and all on board.
were lost. The vessel was making
for the entrance to the straits wa. n
a terrific southwest gale drovh-ber
to a lee shore on Vancouver island, and
the doomed ship was driven with ter-
rifle force onto the rocks, breaking up
soon afterward.
BoA!les of the lost seamen are now
coming ashore.
T.ie first body recovered was that
of a seaman dressed in ollskins and
overalls. Two more were soon after-
ward seen rolling in the heavy surf.
but could not be recovered. A num-
ber of the ship's buckets, all marked
"**Pas of idelfort." were found on the
beach, and not far away in a small
bay at the extreme end of Amphritrlte
Point, which marks the westerly en.
trance to Barklby sound. the ship's
barometer, broken boats and the figure
bead of the bark came ashore together
with other wreckage
Two spars were visible to watchers
from shore, wasb4hf about as though
held by other submenrgd wreckage.
Torn' pie-ce of paper which seem
to be a part of the logF!ook of Captain
Gauden, were found on the beac1i with
the name "John Houiton." on it. and
not far away a water-soaked photo-
graph of 15 eaent'n and apprentice,
of Pass of .Melfort. taken at the break
of the bark'. poop. was found on the
beach.
Captain James (Ga;udti. a'tient of mra
rine of fisheries, receile-i a dIipateh
from U'clulet that everything loISitutle
was being done to recover more bodl!e'
and to identify. If p that had, come ashore.
There was a whistling buoy recently
placed off Amphritrite Pulnt, but it
dslappearf. In a gale two weeks ago
two days before ChrIstmas the
nment steamer Quadra was sent
ok for the missing buoy to replace
t the Pteamer fallen to find the
It a short search and returned
for Cbritmas -
Pass of Melfort Is a Btritif
ed teelh bark. of 2.346 toas.
I! 1891 at Glasgow. for Giboon
She was last seen by the
ship Broderick Castle. wirae
by toe wreckek bark. and
SOleoa. of the Broderick ra.-
has h bad a narrow escape In
lsto the strals., is expected to
lost vessel in a port before


1496 KILLS I HitFATHELR.

* H~ad Threetened to Kill the
While Family.
IFmrth. Tel D 239-Rufus
a W*il-to-4o frs'ue'r'of PRcak
tywas killed at lb. boo*. of
g asi by another -A.
slw$ Is To-yarsm0!4

u.groatly e 024-. n
.i.oewead he would kill
faith 7%@heyoga# man
ta)'weoo ass& *bousto
hcms'p ki'litw him Iastantly.
of .'t abo. I abeset kbow a
'o cestady.

y Rr R".-

a hwi &Itw b.e as)**
Tvhagbans)a egra. iwte
haft five. are v-

a r"M Fas Tlebseg"
Sam gb 11111 own ab

-Ve m 4


DOG SAVED THE FAMILY.

Was Heard Scratching at the Back
Door of Burning House.
Atlanta. Dec. 2.4-A faithful dog sal.
ed the fanmiy of F. A. Blackle1ig
from death by fire when the hout, f
F. A. Blackledge and Joseph Plyn'i
caught fire and were destroyv! T!,'
fire occurred about 1 o'clock in thli
morning, and the fire alarm was ruini


RIOTS AT MQ$COW


BECOMES MORE QUIET


Revolutionists Resort To Gutr

rilla Tactics.


In. Two companies responded to e TROOPS BOMBARD BARRACKS
call, but found that the fire wa. asxi'i,
half a nmle outside of the cr'v in i'
that it was imposusible to reacai t ,i!th. The City Again Shows Signs of Life.
the hose. Stores Are Opened and People, Who
S The d(,)g was hoard about t;ls ti'uv.
aThe donthe bark door, ab iHave Been In Hiding. Are Venturing
scratching on the back door, and Mrs
Blackledge tried for a w:lle to isn Out on the Thoroughfares.
him away. Being unable to ,d, I Ni,) oscow, c. 28.--4 p. Tn St Pe-
she opened the door and ti,' dIg b ti:,d ters!)urg. Dic 2S.-The bat k!tin of ti
et In. She at once percelvc.,l that the insurrection is broken ant .i. tp-
the house was In flames, anil bth 3aa. rising here rapidly going I' ,P
I':ts wire awakened and managed to The revolutionlats are ab:' *'o keeip
escape up only a guerilla warfare. but I1,c' (ae
wish which they can move .:r.cll d.'-
Will Send Squadron to Russia. tarhcnts fwrth place tn pla<.o n, n, itI
Chicagn. Dec. 29.-A dispatch to te tahnesk of ,utpreplacng tho pn .ac arnd
Tribune. from \VAshilngton, te k of pressing the
a Itlnlstration will send a squakroc, The' trunnala quarter han ,'ll clu-r.
and not a single ship to lCIropean wa. 0A.i n a . n ... ,i t t he -. n !.:


ters for use In the Russa.ian crisis, In
case American life and property arte
netinacetd. At a conference bot e n the
president, Secretary Root and Sere-.
tnry Bonaparte, instru'tlons were' giv-
en Admiral Sig.be, comnimanding tne
eruis r sqjuaIrn of the Nor;h Atlanmic
flt.( l, to proceed %with teht Brooklyn, the
Galveston, the' Tacoma. nd !,ie ('hatla.
n ooga to Maidria Then. If nvces,'.arv
ca 4-r in i atiset thie ')ta.!rn will Ig to
t!;( l'a':ic; otho rw it ., It ill w inter
at N -...: 4 t.

Heavy Fines To Be Paid.
:. Inmul. c. 2'.'2.- Offhlcc ii f i Tv.
.*rai of litt ter:ned a, "lid liftlig c'liihs." w.;.Ic,
vi re raided recen'sy ui d ller Irlr ir,('.
tons of (;)ov'rnor Polk. were arraign.
ed In pollce court on charges of vio
latlon of the liquor law. Fine we r-' in.
plo-'dl In un.e riang!ng from $'*1, to
$1o,). Many of (hOI cllfse were' np
p' al I J.l ge Tracr's dit nouillnui ,l ti.
orgar:ii! tonr., tl' lau init thait In tne':rly
e\ ..ry int at' ae- i' th ;i rv' IIIr re to ii'.
tu-rfuires ftr the 0 :1i 111, 1 n )f '..e SSurl.Iy
o.oatihg la m

Capitalislt Battles with Death.
N t York. IDer '.2 -4'harlt-s T.
'i rtl, the' i apitallt r ti i hi In gr-ciit
rita!!'v In hi fight against death at
the \a,d(orf Artorla, and ralltrel ,llght.
!y wL h- t S1-1irn1d ilr Ic the o nl was
near. T,'e porlod of unronsciouIsno s
dating from Tos',laly) nilit. however.
c(xitlnu.ld and Irr l Amls and other,
In Immerinllate a'trndance. hehi tloul lit-
tli hopew otf other than fatal tolrmla
tlon of the I |e!lr>-. Mrs Yerks.. her
ion and' .ta'isrh'ter. remain e anlanl y
wVih tt pta'lent


frit' nK ormanix-it ion of t hf't, it i
ists Is catlod. They have' 'irms'-turretl
their ol)4'rat (iim to Tvprmk i.t.c oil "1
Ing prL nclpal ty of 11ingp n( f imcicte
r(JofA of house's, ocemisiorcal s1ia 14w ir
a lsitccic on ad'c wing pat rolci; I sial,.
Ing eof tire appit-crance oif ity,'! -r). All
of the Immitps from SMerscuca alitrtt'.oil,
Imlcesiing the' forertbtdinfta" '- d Roost
of (;rinallf Pi and the' eiti '~ttt
whireh art', tsiplcoyottoi ins er i '. -the'
rpttclilion1i~tM are still I ~ilito,
Shiormiaghly ocaupy Uth e rt' i
Miarny 4 1 tno- c'acks o(ilI ''p fto
sc'u'-icng~y wlit '!At, moof a lo-tri it(it r c
lioraioectio, .Irtc''- thi )' or''c oil'' to :y Nt
tie' froms a t-tirtug~le ':tJ l
'TIio' re'iciiar e ot .e-,ta-rrillr
now ue 'if-,c!. Ci ii i -'w1if it Ic o- 1
1"'hf.' ir f' of- owbo* i ii. 4 t Iea 'q 014, Pit,
tT'sieatwe~arniics'- fofaf5tt!J i'.
i)fflco-rsSart' Pvcr h"t qbet froo-ticgaltiip.
Itig ticrimwvh iit~ ,- Nt' lficr !tii tr#it%-ni
en moomirt Inrs ra 'tV% ncos~ttt111 1' .. omC'
rcimii ~atied cl .bY .= of '.' it (ocr
('i. eke T i -po r (iftt i iit tr
tho- firtat tune' t)o .c acolotio -i ioc


op a I ( re'tal ''',-? vt e 4i ep( 1 t-,
ti' II'itta f a tic) hitc 1 ho4.4 (".,
totfa.' ( ftc i ela P. uo1 f lI,, tee Io r4s1 1111


t, 0'i
l p
''iI


for .c r n'h of fr,. air


14elitlai o n cpaen, % lcb had thoe-n uleitt
c'L~ind c'lo'ttuirnei.'.'- anm cars Thero~-,
sbouly bivplytilg t'roc IsP place they
swoelit psaewar I K' ifltr m!1 l hic li~re. s
off ths. Tst-ro-kni.i enlnorth of lin#

g'roetmln~jfrom 'ths ranivvratty T.
ha.rrtn.aoir -ri. p.- .' ,.mw) ....a. mIn


thfit rvrgboqcan %I%,, 'ho, cgs* In yoa'ter-
Roosevelt Ttesnked by Voterasim day's fighting an '",- t' ti'eps *b(!Ot
Natchez. :MIR%'o.- Der :lt*--At A M"01- rc4 less ohpe..tttaran
lawl of the' lipcA.(ampCtci(onfe-dorate vet- I


ereas a cotimltrnie as appialated to
draft r'w):,'oi'lMa thanking PrFw,.dent
RoOdmvelt for I., rL'irmme'n.alltor for
the nation to 'ske rare of confederate
graves and for the appwinatasnt of
General Wi T Martin. a confelJerat
mejor gesers, of cavalry as poiwma
toq aOf Natrbe and captain n John Ros.
sell,. a one arme-d retersa. ai a o Ie'rtor
of the p)rt

Philippsne in Oood C4ondition.
Ne"w York. Iwe- te 4rr'ary of
War Taft. *ta.o was trwrtn "aP'irrilay, I
iake i a it'ISle aIev' 'he I'., ].;In,*e


-*Uo~5s~tmne eio-o-5 t'ac-re N, 5mtt.-P
mJd. -to voty much uItalrrm-1 ctT'bm r14-,,
ciop Ise very largo as) i at'j?-)#1
sees wed Tepoelas *owiag that 'a I V
- oftdid be5C400 wany lrnsage to
do. enop.as so had tbiesgat Itt i~l his
Ph~ippeseeft ?,&I #eg"it loan of hardl
)me& tt I think tue tAe has ssiwiy


To RS..ssi Te'.ey.
WamSgta. Ewe39-it is pabea
b&P bt Steveapswill m h.betakes by
t"e 40voartsm"I t fs tawto swuT a r".
Wseof vrn.4df lag of thse ~NWg
tmdljs z~tgeSbiewita Tvalesad 0".

Imsam to memosorloin de~teet h
do eeuan sadS W ead
~ ~1W a mob


NIAGARA FALLS HAS BIG FIRE.

Three Hotels and Several Other Bul d.


.lapatr~h sMAYOcice'veare Imp li thaire.1
Armp(I t nc)vaIn t!c0 motttc'AtrS n lb..
even* oaf tne trogptly fullapolil lIesdors
from awmong 140 friends cof I co deed
crud wousnicel mot.saed that a blorAdy
e-nhlirt aus~me certalu thiringthe b.day
tueth factionsl have beens gat harlag
aruan sud ammnualilc

GSeall Pete'eeem s"ppy.
Wsahtaffins, Dec, 29-'I~oe nttel
staires 11PP1ie.t1 1Sf'. baa Otee'ha.t aq


Marlial Law Deelated. Ithe petroleum produced In 14e.vo
04ef fle- artial law has in LM A .hatemest Of lbe wioo'ad 4
be- n proc'aj w#e-.lI 11Ta le ctyIThe 61 r It. Impuetkys of parolowm. PPe'prf-lI v
Is, however. licarli(,ter, jThe Iritiel, basiS of trade, wbitch be-S
-- ~JeW twbothe4 b.Womsen of e*atis-tee
Tria ..Wae Derailed by ORWmAbsY. #if the 4"pri insit ofcomovi # s3.reafc'l.&
IAO*09. .WI. D1-c 20-A MRSnaWaorlairPyle 14 petroleum I,?a,.t0-iuesi Ot
tfttm at los"~Min e.avr 1"re.I he wo#u4 Ids 1904 at 9301- I-O' cs.
dabbed lIntoa lie- S11 am urihs the1 zeeft, 43d bI'h 4,014 '0 -0o ugalkvi
trar jus of Orsti.MI~wabo, we prrtw^1 tothI 1'. 1t 4'alrs
sA ilPau't-ap-.it-trs1M:.was ol.1 Tme worldi's Veeseie4~wjrj ff J"F.i ,'r.
tns Sul caur..'-F t "W heekto ) be all reword$q
o~et-as~d a' dichThroe.per
fime sore' to&'t-W sled &4 17ottes;a Rusa.Cemci, e Pce


mast ifthbe K'am.a'a "4'0-Is
CAW of Hard Cos -r AJWO 4~1001 .4'svais P"If ArIa, '
bet,~~~~~~~ .1v-4' 'o r~~ sit's eJarvar sv'o-,'v.- .'~
beos a it-'lk&4Va2. Lalsed Msine0:.& IVroto I 'S P A i. ''ac
WoeFi r4e ifAm*,' a "go 6""",tdal lwas Ara b "0kr -a
prmo e to Mies A lee Raneseve:.I a ..' -. ',, .
se.,4lag sit' a 'a' 44of L he bw retool.*,-~
thast (.&a tO ft,,'. -2tb* abSnvitt. ~ .
"OnvteIs a at r 'ehSS vr le 0"11jap iord.*..t 'iet
IS,?~~~ ?". *'f-"' i. 0. A oOI


gloom. q*:0- 3:0--us" Lt'
Vlaeee. 4A U",&,so to the W !.Ias

oMw me-'as" aaintte7up
40 lb i7ow of am ~to
Eares wram d waed* 4

a pa: i,'c, I


CHANCELLOR HILL


ings Are Damaged. IP IU
Niagara i~ t'is, N. Y.. Docc. 29-Threi., SUCCUMB
hcotla ndt several ctw'Tlwr llk illig,4cit
jat~c'ut to Itheni Nvvre' ha I:)' lil !-%l
tl which lcri.like' out in tlit, grkw.'ry Dsstiugui.-bed 0
sit ore'of Faxon,. W~k iAFixna:III To PLxeils. in
tht :'.)iewn'e'rtfit t~ ', .1iwokr' 'hivite T ri
T-i h:a it'oriinal eI044 II'iIlk ast-1VpM '0r
wtA-i at itmntit the' oct up tl -4 tMof t he NOTED EDuLCATO
ho:', 1. AlI ti-ad.e thertr *-w.et' inlife'
t'bu-It \%tith the lluau t"(cIIti t-:icthlikig mn isLt
anil other terwsonal itfreiicAon isLlea
The' lanise41iprtmod thrmigh ts t or the Code of Gim
ter hi4 v! to the store of J & C Ista. 1832 and Memoi
apti~r ng guoits next dolor. wii U I ~i'01
tia r-sud to te Iniperia! Ailt il of and Atlant!c Rail
\%hich the. l'vtvier hmicei~e s a it r i!Ifln;, At h4 not, A 1),
an'! to~Toni'erprative hsu%.w ttcrv tlie\, 1 iH '.l 1vi t: Io
the' rar of the I wiii lae'e t IKI b t.: T. i t lli ('ilci It
Thie ujplo r c'tory of the' urinco, e:iltorife'
dle's roveol, Tile total leos. Is e--. I tialit .% o Ira iii
eur at It4I %J.It t% iti loa is .ptatc
WVhentsthe'fire istcip.aredl to 1wh'to3 itO !f..fV~k'ct~il
c'ontrot all r i np o.kilfort itli t All% "i-4-l1It (o) i' iitat i
Ituiffulic. low tcwfccro' the vetiglti-s oitt Iitt' i ctIo'aslix'
the' Iueal ltrt'mii t' i e d lithe sltaittiki ki IC.
in hand. aV titiletgiift
'lbjI hit -111 Id ii MOgu

TRY TO REMOVE RECEIVER. I, ir' WIit tiho-;to ri I

Who Was Aopoieted In Memphis Bank limA~e,'An a btiorr
Falures. Mcll !9, "l l Ilk,
Memrhlia, 1)!e, i. III hill lin been Itartist ittAnid Mary
011i1 Atli %;I 1w l I ll'ic .110 II' tu I. .itlli Mrlmtr v.r'lfreri tiwe
co it 114-lakc-lI t l~t i title l XIt, iS INu s I`
11.istrdorc ~coco re~io isir or Oflaw ii hosed in 19,41
tihe' Murt'~I(',caf't Itti t twii'tt.1ril 'A tth A. M I'~isry hil
jl % h; 4 4 1 V \t Ili l.t \V.F.1)
ii" lo I ii' fi Il~ i' I 1 .4i.11111 I111
Ik h, A Ss11 tII4 '.
whii r cr4 i a- tit. M 4o .o t i Io''%t, o-. 1 I N ; I
Iii. i'A11%o 104('111.' k. i ll


8 ii'' cr1 c
So' of t~1 it ituiJit 'I. '11$.
ic-i ~-a I to uist.' tero t' iclo'~I 'oIl


f1r, l ic t it in ,hm I %1t


IS TO DEATH


)eorgian Yields

ionia Attack.

)R AND LAWYER

ary Productions Are
lorgia from 1873 to
cirs of the Western
ilroad.



-i rq. t i '%I t 5,>1) Ito
Il) pnill, hilt Hmit y

to fivht all ,lay We>.
io hlv,rt golng. On(ly
of At(r)lhilute,. nllitri
olrn 'aid lffewte',l thllis
for It inliutitie'e. the
t l)i:t lIn thi faf .',
.ifI wolk tlat t(.o
0l0nn to il t
111:1, t. ,ti al lor and
in TIln litttoin, (L..
* %a% a milI 0of JIudlg
' '.av Ittch 11111 Ilt
o I'nil ri, ilty of (l G r.
from th, university
I Aitlh tIho oleire* nt
inurt-il itin with the
In IN'.' I a l dhl that
vd yt< 1 lri ti in>rst rill y
lie lCa' th '',l laW i1
I to Ii''. lwhen he
i ofr I .ii, i liivetr lty
po0iltlin 1'11 hal14 he I

lhir 1 ,I.: a liorary

.' S ,toii t (if Ihi*


ii t oc A'' I I A ital' Iu t Ii50t" *c I s of it, (I'a it' 4 1,r1ca of t s,% -tr
Vi i.1 0 I 4- 1 1 f 04~ i 4'I ill !]I rItn aitic I I, 04 it I -oi -4 .1 c [11ti 1111111A'
tt1 1:4 ot l i it I(# I i I' til ''icI, oii l ar V4t.isi ta i #I I -ileIlierr I) iiii a
111e ~ '~tt C 1 it1 i t. 1 i't 'o trututo 0r' ort 'Iicli I ;V cir it t 11r nt') -I oia.

tt~I niI jPb''IA 11.1t t to'II' lilt !t .5 oil Cc16 I I cc ip ivirs
ct ,to t.41 a40 toil1 twid-tier oof .i,' %'it aic ii liar

Tragedy at a D slitteory aia-ta Ia I. I i 1e t, ac6 '111 1 1 .11

.)~ 'A Of 1 11 1 1 t1 'I "' tc-I s'AN Iof t ,o11 teg 111ice1it 1 11 l t Oc il tI ts, i sc 't I "? I.. 'at i'iic
I; 1 ; -.1 liit V I1 1 04 as w IIIIWitti ao'l-v 4 a1 t 1 11, i laI 111#, 11 L
Tt'~lC.E.4 tc'- o i c~titi, hr sfr ofirks (on llitor~cry. 1 ,I:.' fi: tc1 i lt 41
11 110 416i to s'lIa


Accidentlly t'Shat
(W)umttleg'e,4,4 c'I k .'.OJ# ( C
fire",'a.tot (ii .'t-ril V4115 amet aco' l IM
tally short tlap P %I A'4i.gtatsir, hie
bruiaptisr InaItoo* aila'tioothe loviswrt*
playing with 1I rr.., ?iadi taken
the )446 ',,'ci Aincb oCO' arlasgplng the
Semb., *'fisr'oo-ea isa0-4011tothr Ps. elof
lhe Iitiiff~itoti ojiimto l'adrIane I af l aa4 bter
fair geot, tt I I rIIai l '0ci poP1111titig It at
fi] e- nfo.. ,,,i :,- I h ore' rIgfoor r a llot
.'1'ori 1 ,'.. fto .1 ioa ic btW o.#O the
1, t1a'i1'isato an'! laarkTitieft ikT e


Negro Cwvte a While Former.
off, 1 t 1;& a MW It 4'1516 ('411141.
o F'. artipt'v was *artoomily stabloedo
at A C. W ifolto- Sov prfiitawEMA 5' of
any ikp bla'!4'11too ASSIgtw1faroofthe .1101
oajio, ito111-06.'Ihe 1b1,01it) wsa 94004.1d~
1. fiv fe 1#0rg o p-ae 5OMyr t'-y' fotas
1 44- *44- oartarmarv¬ wafsac sa'
.- s''h- -f- incaolif in sa~yway from
611 c4i. &poru &#I btleek Ti. smgrf
IS00, 4' 11' rifff Mr 'Caey &t preei
In~ .5) 'a 5 Vi'f7 rrtl 4 lt tracta 's g-
a$i i pf'01161t1i OP34teomrewover frtom (the I&
I!t Ass *',rot, 14ire o'.1iC I


ToetoetsiolCejeteme UmWWo.
'IOO.a 1)" I.9 iTb. r.,wts frm
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bar ltriK anti dem '.ng an liiiit, n*e 1ta1% n ritm it) a ioitrI I'.'ln In thai h **r
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HAPPY ENDING OF

HAILE HOUSE PART

S Announcement ide of Engage
ment of Popular Young People.

COL. ELLIS AND MISS TAYLOF

These Didtinguished Young Peopi
Will be United in Matrimony in Apr
of the Coming Year-Beautiful Re
marks by Chief Justice Taylor.
V At the house .arty which has bepe
In progress at the old Haile homentea
Sat Kanaaha, the numerous selected
guests were pleasingly surprised at the
lose of the sumptuous dinner Friday
evening by the following announce
meet from Justice R. Fenwiek Taylor
"Fourtetn hundred years ago a cu*
S tom was adopted in France that had in
It so much of good sense and propriet)
that it quickly spread to nearly all of
the Earopean states. In the year A
D, 1200, the great Archbishop Waltei
enforced it as an ordinance of the
church. That grand old Puritan, Olivei
Oromwell, the great Protector, had hil
parliament In 1658 to enact it into a
law. Our Pilgrim Fathers bruuaht, it
with them to the Western World.
"In conversance with this time-hon.
ored custom, I now, here and in this
dear old home of her mother, around
which clutter so many satredly Lteder
memories, proclaim and announce the
marriage engagement of my daughter,
Eas, to Hon. William H. Ellis, Flor-
Idas% distinguished Attorney .Oener. I
the nmlrriage to take place in A.p 1
iti, whenn the ruses cons again.'"
Col. Ellfi respundid in his accustom.
ed happy vein.
I The happy and dlstlrgulshid couple
being present, received the heartiest
congratulations of the entire coum-
5 any.
THE MARRIAGE MARKET.

J udge Mason issued Many Licenses
SWithin the Past Two Days.
S0ountly Judge Ma In had a smile on
his eounteninte yesterday that would
have done credit to a candidate who
had just emerKed from a successful
campaign. The reason for this was ap.
parent when the genial Judge handed
over his lleense book, which read for
the past two days as follows:
Henry Robinson and Piney Johnson,
Mack Spenee and Susie Coleman, Will
Lee and Mollli King, Wm. Ko)we and
Ir' 0tis MoulDns., II. W. Austin and
S Olia Biishp, Ned Burns and Bertha
Wilson. tuberts l g and Elizabeth
S Davli, Fleming Holmes and Faustine
Joehua, Paul Sanders and Florrie Mo-
O)ray, Hill Jenkins and Laura Melton,
Frederick Taylor and Hannah Lamon.
The month jist closed has been (,oit
o f the heaviest for the Isasilng of mar.
rage iloenasn in the administration of
S Judtg Miaon, which is a sign that the,
county is prosperous.
P. 0. 8. of A. Election.
Washington Camp No, 8. I* 0. of
A., at i meeting Wednresday night.
eieted th. following uolloers fur the
ensuing tern,!
II.J. Kilre, president; II. L. Boyd.,
vioe*-preside.nt; C. M. Thomas, master
of forms; C A. liarrod, redordings
and flnaneial secretary; lHenry Milli.
mer, treasurer, J. R. Sanohez. con-
doctor; J A. Ieall, inspwetor; $. F.
Bheppard, guard ; F. It. Seawall, true-
tee for term of eighteenmi months.
There was a griat deal of spirit and
enthusiasm manifested by members of
the lodge, and the uiemberahip is ino
ereMing every month. This earnmo is
one of the in( t |rotaresive in lor*.
Ida.
The newly-elected ofthLers will be
leutaledJ at the next regular meeting,


which will be Wednesday.
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Palatka la Proaperous.
SWn M Lyon of Palatka was among
k the buusiis visitors to this city yw.
terday Ise state that Palatka is on
lte greatest us >m for mauy year. and
thKl the growth is steady and will be
p a o.urs The eity has re*atily
pleaO d a flune system of Sewerage,
A Ptamam HoesO has ben thoroah-.
S IpevsMtauod and repaired and will
equ Ilms foew days. and the teoer1a
Gg m Mad Frlorida has re*eatly
s*OPl- 4-me of the flnet ad moe
Cmeiw pal stations ia Florida.
I sal. hrb"i sa O of the oming
t wm it SW S SM d every Palatkua

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DO YOU G]T UP CONCEIT OF THE SOMALI.
WITH A LAME BACK? rHels. o I Aboute pte .oMtr..
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Perhaps the most remarkable charac-
teristic of the natives of Bomaliland is
Almost everybody who reads the news- their unbounded, preposterous conceit
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
_-cures made by Dr. Englishmen who know their language
AIKilmer's Swamp- have been appal:e I by it. When wa-
Root, the great kid. tering hil camel or hi horse the Bomall
ney, liher and blad- encourages the ianinal to drink by
R 4 der remedy. chanting to it in a monotone. It Is at
It is the great med- such moments of extemporary effusion
*- ical triumph of the that the man hines in all his glory. T Always Boug
e nineteenth century ;
il discovered aftervears The subject matter may be the experi-
of scientific research ences of the day's march, the virtues
b"( ,by Dr. Kilmer, the of the animal beside him, the charms
""- eminent kidney and of his latest wife or his own prowess In AIelabe pr afaloieFAS-J
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully some bloodless tribal raid. By great sls ati&e fdXlelda-
n successful in promptly curin lame back, good fortune the following literal trans. lingthe w5 to adBowb Bean t
d uric acid, catarrh of the bladder andl Bao of oneof these chants orsongs
for of kidey trouble, ch is the worst came Into my possession, and I Insert Iss.
' Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec. It without any comment: .
F ommenided for everything but if you have "Will you see a man? Then behold Promoles DItiO.Ceerfu-
* kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be me! I am a 8omall, as perfect In -lie ness andRest.ContainS neither
: found just the remedy you need. It has and form as Adam was after God had OtunfMorphlne norMileral. O
. een tested in so many ways, in hospital breathed into him his immortal soul. NOT NARC OTIC.
work and in private practice, and has Look how beautiful my curly hair a _____
proved so successful in every case that a Look ow beautiful my curly hair s
special arrangement lmt been made by and bow majestic I look when wrapped
which all readers of this paper, 'who have from head to foot in my snow white A rardA:SWIt A-LrI
not already tried it, may have a sample or Jungle colored tobe, although there I si .-'- I In
Ibottle sc.nt free by mail, also a book tell- be sometimes only one pie (a small *44! -
r inig more alpmt Swanip-Root,and howto piece of money) tied to It. My house Ad ,.eA 0l
findoutifyouhavekidneyor bladder trou- is the desert, and I am born a free *mI
r ble. When writing mention reading this man, free as the wind! I know nel-
generous offer in this paper and send your taer king nor master. I am as Adam' U
address to Dr. Ki.mer.tberkln normaso'tr" I am a Adam "|
& o., ino Dr. ghamtonr was-my own master and king. In the S-- |
& N.Y. The regular jungle I tend my camels and sheep. Aperecl Remedy forConsupa-
fifty-cent and one- My only labor is to watch them feed. lion,.Sour Stomnach,Diarrhoca
dollar size bottles are eum.etawamn. In my kerrier my wife, my dear slave, Worms,('onvulsions,Fkv'rish-
sold by all good druggists. Don't make does all the manual work, while tend- ness and LosS OF SLEEP.
any mistake, but rememlaber the name, Ing my offspring, and woe to her if ashe F
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmner'sSwajmp-Root, forgets to prepare my evening meal. FacSiile Signaturc
and the address, Binghamton, N. V., on The jedal (whip) shall then have Its
every bote. turn to make her remember for next NEW YORK.
----_-- -day. In such a state is any man hap-
NEWVO TCR3LY TOLD. pier than I?"-Golden Penny.

According to latest reports receive. PROPERTIES OF GLYCERIN.
ed at San Francisco from the Orient, --
the boycott in China has become so Deopo@o If Heated Imtemseir and EXACT COPYCF WRAPPER.
serious that a number of American Crystallisels It Frosee.
houses have closed their doors until One of the great advantages of glyc.- *wrm' -me, wM ewvsw s
the conditions change. erin In its chemical employment Is the
fact that It neither freezes nor evap-
Captain W. A. Fuller, pioneer citt- orates under any ordinary temperature._____
ren of Atlanta, who has been ill for No perceptible loss by evaporation has .. .-
several weeks as the result of car- been detected at it temperature less
buncles on his neck and back, is dpobt than -00( degrees F., but If heated In- M E R C C
at his residence, 3J7 Washington street. t'nisel' It decoumgoves with a smell I
th persons flnt thelh'eolv aWWle Retailers and Jobbers In
Mrs. RoTn-t Pltzsimmons, wife of to endure. It burns with a pale flame.
the prize fightr, io in Sioux Palls, S. similar to that from nlcthol, If heated
D. 1[rr presence has started gossip to about 3)o0 6 t'gre.4 na,,i then igulted.
as to a possible divorce suit. Itm ioievnporntive iqualltles minaktF the l a Fay oIl w
James II. Smith, father of Mayor compound of intuch u~e as a vehicle for
Drldges Smith. of Macon, Ga.. and four holding piglient. anit colors, as In
other well known sona, is dead at the stamping and ty.vip riter ribbons, car- Iraln, B rden Sold and FertilIzer.
old family resildnce In Macon. boi paper, iand the like.
If the pure glycerli In exposed for a SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. : : GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
Mayor George 11. Me(lellan has been long time to it freezing temperature it
worn in an mayor of New York for cry.tuIllze s with the appiaranuce of Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other PrAu*e.
the next four years. sugirr candy. but theseO cr3ntuls being
o b rs bl w o t e a OIIf h I' n e 'lt'el It i-i nlu ost an lainh .aio l-
Robtwrs blew open the safe of the I i111llt t1 get th'em ,ugn intol the eon- A Complete stock oT Hay, Corn, Oate, Flour, Bran. Meal, Cotton Beed Meal
only bank In the town of More. Okla. gealed utnmte. If a little waterr t adid- and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW.
Aet to the i!y.,'<,rn no (cry.vta!llization iST PRICES. and goarante* satisfaction always.
Failed. will tak, pin'e, though t under a sut -an-
All efforts have failed to find a bet. cicilt 4i4,g'r f i;hil tih water will
ter remey for coughi, colds and lung ep.iarat.'e anro farm .rystil,. ami l Yvlil' CID E L IN E:
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar thi gl-':' m will riini ln l Its natural
Itstnpe the cough, heals the lungs and state of i tdity Ifr uddetily 'tmila)jet-
el to iatet,. ,, ',,1 I jairc.. l/vcerhi will
preoernt serious results from a cold. el to lutoo:Iv znapurewglycerin will
J. N. Patterson, Nashua, Iowa, write,:end themy arll.v I dor iyntalnizl. Al
"Last winter I had a bad cold on my tcge'hir It Ic qi:te a p.-cullar sub-
lungs and tried at least halt a dozes The
advertised cough medicine and had -
treatment front two physicians with. Furious Fighting.
out getting any benefit. A friend re- ..Fo even ye-a.," write ( o. W.

and twothirds eof a bottle urnd mer. I bitter battle with chronic stomach and 'Q"OoJ S..ILI . F o CaEI e lt
ceonidre it the lorelate s had lUn liver trouble, but at last I won, and -rrw i.
Collum & Company. eured my diseases by tleumeof Elec- Jacksonville and New York,
trie Bitters. I (nohesitatingly recom- Call atC O Th
Magnolia Inn is Burned. mend them to all. and don't intend in in at CHRL TON. SC both ways.
It'rr,'av',. t;a. lie. ::.-Magno:,a the future to tIe without them in the e Ft Nst BtAuu IL the CoantWi0 Se0rvICo
Inn, th, hote bf 1. T Grace ant house. The, are eertinly a wonder. The Cyde New England a. d Southern Lines
.fan!v, ilns bo'rt csituneltt by fire. ful medeiMne. t o have cured such a badJone nd nd ot er L1e
It (!ng t dnlcovere Bl dai:mt ofl0 c'acock ease as mine" $ard under enarn. Direct Servie BetweenJACKSONVII.E, BOSTUNand
The. fire brake out In the kitchen and tee to do the same for you, by all drag. PRtOVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,
the orign of it it 'unknown, The loss giets at Uo a bottle. Try them today. Calling at Charleston both ways.
eutalned ass t 000. with insurance m.II.s.' Thesses. 8 -Ai-W EJE Ly BAT IsL TG-
Southbound................ ....... From Lewu' Wharf, Ba t~e
destroyed, but same. of the personal ef. ItIt theetera built was the theater of o
fees of the Inmate', were saved. Dionysus, whi-h was begn fue ren-
tures before Christ m. seetinI es Clvde St. Joh5 iver Ling
Seal on Refw'ding Sonds, parity of this rv.markable bahiling is
Montgomery, Ala.. Del. ?9.-Tle said to have two 30.000. nearly four Betwevn JAcKKUoINVILLi and 9ANPOstD
secretary o state bas put the meal thnes that of cur largest amusement ..opping at Palahka. Aa .r, It lrVaesI, Beresftorl (DeLand),and ntterlmedtIe
,n the new bonds 'to refund the issue palace. Te tater ot lioaysua was Landinga on St. John. River; eommeneinag Wednesday. November 15. 1305,
of $.(tu e)0t due the Brat day of iaau-, Weted wben ,rvok art and literature STE A MERIs


ary The.y were ane by ta govJr' o t*4r Pte. n- we p.. 'CITY JACKSONVILLE" and "FRED'K IDeBARY"
e*rnor, auditor and treasurer last week. ated to apprecttlye spetatorl the Ar appointed to sal as follows
They were. o eAt by the Firs.t Na. I wltl wrks of .l > days.a tls3p.ma.oRemoing. Ise ae.nford.:dailyeon I L
tiona! bank ot thls city for 1 Trey o amctt noe nd ",n .4 Su6 aq. ily ex-ept t oMy. at : iaE.a
are three and a half per cwat secret. CH UL
ties. In Mad Ch se. Leave O Japkaaoi.le....
L----ay-- Milliee rush la md chae after 4p PJalaa.......... ...
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Lumbew Comn-y LeM by *, biMfhltr, treom on eUteeme of fdd4iem 8.m A........ ......t. .."" :... i
Lufkta. Tex.. Dec. 2..-T bigwsaw almeaebr, whea, itf t e M ce.....ly.......... p
mill of tie LasbgU Ltamber comapaa s ftdSa, M "% keep teo i beelse Arrut eS 1amn.. Brfoe (D s ..
of Kansas Oty. Mo.. located re. was regalr ith Dr. KEtag1 Ne9W LUI P .as, .0.0 a" ..m....... ****
btream. the lo Wbag appruamatoly "thr rebs w"Ie @M pma away. GKRKXAL PA N. AND TICKrr OFyFICZKW W.AYTI
44000< Lautwer aad ptanre were Pmp eM aad qetak ase e 1ev -----Hee--8T mT-I -"onw., J
savd by the otUeask after a bard 5a. M sh t'e-e. east all raeg AM oPft ACs. a Wa
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINES VILLK,'FLORIDA, DE 'EIBEf 30, 1906


FLATTERING RULERS.
Their wee&. potato tPass tunotive4.
Nupoteam. m au'kDMSMabiP.
fzrou t CIi)Ultv' tittle dOWDAX;1ri. it I*-
Ing. it A iw -i t I t'i. an Hi"V!r, W i~


ling Liquor at High Springsd.- I, lun t",,'i a Wend wh .i l; u .e
to be s iootitig with him fr li,<- p r
LIQUOR WAS IN EVIDENCE marksmaniistl:
"You nl'vd itit fret about it Th, enm-
t In Judge Mason's Court. and Officer peror by wlh'i he meant hl e:, the
great Naileotmn I.) was erolt worse
y Granger Stated That it Came From shot thanii you arv. The only :1. ihey
S His Den-Defendant Released Upon put a Igun in his hand he killed a poor
a Bond of 200. bound and went away thinkin,e he had
killed a Stag.
Beeaus Tom Barnett, who realized "lui those days the stag. N hinever
that it was against the peasee and dig. brought to buy. was left for tn ecm-
nity of the laws of Alachut, county I I pertor to kill. One day. hoIm ,'r. the
p td alleged in selling liquoremperor was not to be found'. atlI the
persisted it is alleged, in selling liquorI master of the stagbounds tI.hit4dt the
at High Springs, he is now in trouble, animal with his knife Just thOn the
and will have to stand the oot sequences emperor cani i in eight.
o' the decision of a jury at the spring W. M. JOHNSON, Druggist, "They hurriedly got the de(.1 sgitt on
term of the circuit court. Ualaesvillk, Florida. Its legs, Ihuprtllng it up with 1I.tilt'ae,
Burnett was arrested several days etc.. and handle the emperor thi, viara-
ago in High Springs upon a charge of MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLI.ED blue of hnior.' as It was ,:l',,I The
, dispensing booze in a county which ---- emperor firn1. and of course ,-t. tai
the sale &f saie. He saIE oftumbled over, but at the s:i time
I had voted against the ale of me. He SMILEY SHOOTS CALDWELL. there was a iiteous whine frwi o)it of
aa arraigned in Mayor Bar' court. the hounds, which had ti-' ii shot
and was sentenced to pay a one of $26. Tragedy Said To Be Result of a Pre. through the head.
boat sentence was suspended, as Mayor vious Quarrel. I "The entipror wheeled naroind. un-
Barrn was informed that a county of- Asheville, N. C., Dec. 29.--ln Cata. conscious of the mischief hlit l;, donle.
fleer was present for the purpose of ar- loochie township. Haywood count), on tayiegr to oIie of the aul le .tn li
resting Burnett upon the same charge. Christmas day. John Smiley shot and After all. I ain not as lbal * No sooner had the man been released, I instantly killed Rufus Caldwll. with. they pretend"!'
and was oongratolating himself, thIan out. it is alleged, any apparent provo. OW A DG
Deputy Sherif Granger placed the cation. HOW A BADGER WORKS.
clutches of the law upon him and According to th report received the can KIcsesve Almeet as H.apdly.i
brought him to Gainesville. He was two )young men were riding horebalck a Man Witsh a sapde.
arraigned In Jodge Mason's court, and from one part of the townsthip to an- During the day the bailger s hcips
the numerous bottle of beer and whisk. other. Sniley was riling In the deep In his burrow, far ut it our
key which Offleer Granger states were rear of the party, and suddenly, with. western plains and prairies, tiil nt twi-
taken from his "den" were flied In out a word of warning. drew a revol. light he starts forth on a ti'ltr' forag-
avidenef. ver and fired point blank t Caldwell, Ing. He la a dreaded eninuy of the
idenefend who was riding but a few paces in prairie dog and the grounil miluirrel.
Judge Mason required the defend- front of him. The bullet entered a vi. and when lie Ibtgis to exeavutit for one
1tsptogt aen Caldwell fell from his nothing IAit solid rock or death can
ant to give as bond of 200 for hie ap- tal spot and Caldwell fell from hie stop him.
parade a the springtermof horse, dying almost instantly. Smiley With the Ino., blunt claw of h fr
cult court at once arrested and taken to feeit t he looni, blunt lawirt If i fdig,
It has been said that there are sev. Waynesville. where he is now in Jail.eet he loosen up the dirt lie dig.
eral "tigers" at High Springs, and the lHe haa refused to make any tatuot pendedI on t, now scratrlhig out tlhe
officers will make smoother raid within regarding the shooting. sides of tihe hole. then tuniing on his
the next few days. Caldwell was 22 years of age, and back to work overhead.
WINDSOR ITEMS. Smiley a year older. It ls Seul|potme' .At first he throws the lorit ilut I*-
the nitr had .tonr minlstandet ending, tweE*Ui li indl leg,. but 1o,,i l';, in too
Several New Arrivals in That Town. and tile shooting resulted from a pre.- far down for that, f) he l:li1, it 1tip
Enjoyable Christmas Festivities. viout quarr I1. buck of him. thn.u turn nhi nit aill u.
Iig hlls chest nitl forwanrl pi rtr its a
Windsor, December 29.-Several new hMay Demand $235,r ss, im- It out wr'or. tiin i
arrivals are in Windsor this week. .New York, c. -i t 11 or.. k i it suc.h r.ti i.n.. tlit it
tA ___ & -- .i. r v nd -. na-n- Awot mn iw w% irth di it-il',' .. ..


Among them are Mr. and Mr.. Daven-. rntd. as t i Nw
port of Indians, who expect to spend York Ufe Inuranc ,,.)tipany inve.sti-
the winter at this place; also W\ill gatino commtln.Te, oif whAich TmOias P.
Torode from (eorgia, who is visiting Fowltr i chalriitian. his kinsman, John Torcde. Andrew Hlarlnli 'c n r'lrI () n his ,l is.
Tom Montgomery. Jr., is spending lative 'xpeni.iniures ati ifacto.r) The
the holidays with his father, Oeurg.* commrlttte haI the t(ox)r Ie.for- It all,
Montgomery. of Tuetsday forenoon before It was
Christmas passed off very pleasantly Oiven i4, the Armitrong investigating
at Windsor. There was no disturbance conimmi le The New York Life conm.
of any kind to mar the enjoyment of n itie>. [ il:, ae(ordirlnt l l(roceed Indle.
the day The young men and boys had iendlently t, oibtitn all .t(ri).,ting ftn)tn
a big time shooting off chickens. IHanilltn. and. fl;, ngR in 1 ti 'l". ll look
There were twenty or thirty trans- to Preslint .><,,i .% Mr('all to make
fern of poultry at grratly-fluetuatini g o '1 hlt l14-Ie" i. r1, l `u1 t i i .e' oni.
pricesand at the close of the day each palty u! < $.::, ,hI'. II.:iin gt in
one wasawiuner toa greater or les I '4. If it a&,1 n!0 a irte.d for sa-:is
extest. ac oirt) hy i( c 1 h Iast.
Wednesday evening the young peo-
ple gathered under the hospitable roof s Arreste on a Cage o Foge
I Mr. Torode and speas a pleasant a ifaila. Ala.. lr ..- -IRens urke.
l soelally. Another party a well k,,own neeroae,. anid for many
"-'yerrs a school tearhe, has t,'pn arrt Lt
eduled for Friday evening att the.. .r& fcor forgery ans a landed
of Mr. sad Mrs. piTey. in Jail It Is charged se forged aI
Osobristmasevealng there was a check on the,n. wrnrrial NationalI
ristmasatree and entertainment at bank of this city for (oo0. using the
e*sey Chapel. A very pleeaiag pro- I narm of a prominent( itun as Thbe
was rendered by the members of payee and t arher a the drawer of
two u8Dday schools, after whibh the ch..k I t-n 1pre.sntlng it f t were distributed, much to the t sh y n t ame
Eight of the little folks.
iof the pais)e ariroes the back. ot tbe
we Cotored Wedding. atierwa f' 1ri'-ll was aromae, la,
Editor Sea: Please give me Opsee oUw0 way ,and I. w:ihbeld paymeat
er valued per to say that t r, until an investigation could be made.
a w hom o When arr. et beh confteied san gave
s.R MUtz R ich.k1210 West Lob.' 1 *' ron: 'i *he- on., apl at "- h-e
9ety 0tsee, *e Wedoeda aftese.,, as her on.y excu-e ashe n,.d the
bargetr the omstrtis t Partial muey ,and itbugnt Tbat she could eas.
b01i11 Paul haadeors sad Florida Me-I y Ift it In that way
Oray. both .popetr sad I.adedtriou --
s tn peeptl* f their rme. ad wor- Weman's Aasaant Identlfied. ,
tb*of speelal seintia. MoBnto.niry A;a I& < ?>-Jlm Me.
Sa le e oSf ohe Ja te lle Call. tb, e. ro woo hasi n id0tlis
ae., 2.la Com y. Tm. as the on'. no as-aulted Mrs A .
the orgaisat of S.i. Otmel lIr e a W1It &ra. a&& t02en h.;d I t
and a ld a le d imta.* bei bsavy hal; to await the ahet ofi i the
a t eof mmeow1 .grand jury He was pWes'llv'Iy 1.4-Oa
H.e 1P. mm sperf me by tIo by rMs R--d who sworl Ihat
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But you can't be in a pleasant
frame, of mind with a bati fitting
Shoe on your foot.


BEBIN THE NEW YEAR PROP.

EARLY BY BUYING FROM

HYDE AT OOST


A comfortable pair of Shoe--Shw,eI with a
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cASTOR, ABSTRACT & RB[LTY COMPANY
IFIftoorpor nte i
TB K YO Ha Ala B hf E.E. VOYLE. MGR.
Dears the
intureof Abttrsete of Title and full Information furnished regarding lads la thsl
twe4,unly. Our manager has lived in this countI thinry year aa
io thoroughly eonv.erent with land titles.


Killi a KRobils.
ThI 're nre I. r'' ,,t I l Ih le piri.s.t T1 ny
unil ilit til l 'li atfit'iw enlthur vlhi
I-le,,' e, f thi t k'llhin, rvibll will trini g
I'u, luick A ,',iirdliijt: i tn l'ttic It lm-li'f,
Ilie atirrit "1,mil m!- n hiiije. lni l TlI.n
ArIi tann rei'relI-', d hiw I|ngooe a
nlte-tiwouriig t14,411 f 'orna '7This blrdt
lirel on wabrrnl. ti. latter IN-ml'g tih
streaks 'if i llit., ig 5 r ar storms The i"erii.Aus remouleloi the
fetlon hy rertlli i't A grid Thor. whose
bitr was the roblitn 'oosaqueutly to
kill a rohin first ,."-ant death bIy Ilght-
ning, then had listk
Tbe Karlr I--es.
"Wshea I vt.n m -,." said tthe rather
wain IIeristin. .eft %tamliy said I was go-
ing to te plo re or.le.t of the nltaed
I8a. 'tw."
"YT," anra rer l the Masoned poll-
tktan. *" 'r a in% simply IIIMtrateM
my argutsfwit that lsn't eafe to start
a booa tS. far '-s4d of ekrtloa'-
Washnlton H ar
(Worg* L. l ,(.t. has rewigul bhi
poadtles asa ennsui vral at liton
ebow. ('ba. after but a few weeks
IHe my. Hanarbadw i thel Stiltesl rty
em artb. The (btir.e doe't bwy twer
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piftsion. Wbom vat rbesetgrumbles
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REAL IWTATK AND CITY LOASg.
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11 111e Ba t he Post Ooe at ulaTesvlllls. M.
a usee oad-laesim i Bater.
MH. H. MCCRIARY....... Alter and Publisher.
W. W. ASHLEY............. Amwefsae fMitor
I .TUBSEEE. UBU TZ........ ........ ("ty "t, ,.
LOUIS J. BRUMBY. Gen'l Travel r, Agent.
* Fr. M. PREWr ..... Supt. Comr.slinx RoomA,
OPPICE: PORTER IlOCK.
S a W. Main Street, 8. TF.LzaPosK43-2
Tu DAILY st'., published every morning ex-
ept Monday, delivered by carrier in the city, or
mailed to any patrt of thl United States, postage
res,for5ta year: f.,A ,x months: Si.25 three
smOaths;or 5o u (ns f-,r file weeks--strictly in
advance.
Reading it n, lm .' first insertion). nl 5 c5'eits fur each additional
Insertion.
Rates for di. !Ay n(vertisiig made known on
application.
The Twice--nWtek Sun is an eight-page, forty-
columnn paper, publi.htd every Monday and
Thuiadnty, and contains all the news of the
week, local, Mtate and general, and will be
mailed, 1xjotage free, to any part of the United
Staten or Canada, for ei.cia year-in advance.
All advertising bills become due after first
appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise
stlpulated in contract. 1'arties not known to us
will be required to pay for anvertlming in ad.
Vanes. AddreM, TIIH DAILY SUN,
GAINEMVILRL, FLA.

The Gonmaker of Moscow must have
bad a big Christmas trade

Venezuela and Colombia have ge t
another spasm. I'as the castoria.

Tennessee has a foud war Ptarted!
that promises to invade a palt of Vir.
gina. _______

The iron and steel men are gnlng to
form a $160,000o,00 trist at Petsburg,.
John W. Gates Is ore of the leaders.

Webster Davis will take good care to
get on the rlAht ticket If he should
make up his mind to run for Congress.

The right side often ooast a lot of
S money to be on, and that is the res*
8on why so few are to be found on that
side.

Mayor MoOlellano s now safely In for
four years more as mayor of New
York. The MoOlellans are very good
people.
Some of the men who are talking
-*, dilpAraglingly regarding college edu-
atilon would be sawin wood today If
it hadn't been for them.

' It happened In Missouri, and his
name was Olay Neville, a farmer by
oceepaUion, and he committed uiiolde
beasone he had more money than lie
eould Invest.

The telephone rates at Tampa, since
the merger took place, have been
raised from $2 78 per month for busi.
eas places to $4. In union there is a
heap of gall.

The poleoned eandy fiend has again
been trying to get in his work at Al-
bany, N. Y., by sending a young lady
ohoeolate creams with paris Ireen in
them, knowlo. of ourseon, how hard it
Is for a young lady, who dotes on
them, to refrain. from overdoing even
with the porest made.

The people of Wanto Iomingo should
have the sympathy of the entire United
States. They hav been so long with.
out a revolution that it no doubt semem
to them as though they couldn't stand
It another day. It is now going on to
six months, and they ought to be al-
lowed a *Ju.round contest.

The departmentt of AgIricultture at
Wahhinuton i expeIIrimenting on tea
tablets, and the sea that is grown at


the experiment station near Summer.
ville. 8. C Is compreo*d into small
tablet* as large around as a cent and
about twte l a thick All you have to
do is to order a oup of hot water, drop
in your tablet and you have a cup of
tea

The l'ardtt of Trade of tiamnee ill
held a meetinI yesterday aftermoo,.
hailing for its oh et'( the eoasbderatiou
of the queatSion it a union paweger
depth fur that es ty I 'We are glad toe
she bueoess men of teataeeville taking
heM o1 thief matter. and hope their et-
fort will be rowwnd w ih sucoes We
BJOW of stlothker eity it thlta State
about thal "of(1t0a1Tills that needs
a new sale dep4t. aa4 if tbh rotrd of
Tnde t ad bealt We will take the
matter up, web Mire they. too. wilt
be ev-ewesa i. IAM 1 ue41 l t, a*.
jma.-Live k O Dft DWm9IML


A. C. L. CHANGES. CHURCH ADVERTISING.

The Wilmington, (N. C.) Messenger A Leavenworth, Kansas. preacher
a.ys that the following appointments says he believes In advertising re.
have been offieally announced at the llgion, and his views will apply to
headquarters of the Atlantic Coast many places besides Leavenworth.
LIn.' Railroad Co, in that oity, to be- "Run the horech on a business basis
come eff-ctive January lot, 1906: and you'll get re-iilts." hesays. "I've
Hora(e M. Emerson, General Traffle tried all kinds of dodgers, handbills,
Manager. window cards, ect. h,tt I believe the
\V. Sullivan, As iataut to the daily newspaper in the beat. A the-
Pres-ident. water advertises its attractions, why
R, A. Brand. Freight Traffic Man- shouldn't the church, to let the peo-
ager. ple know It Is awake and doing busi-
W. J. Craig, Passengpr Traffic Man- ness in the King's name? f o h Cuts,
eager. "The newspaper of late year nat Sprains ounds, Old n
James Menzies, General Freight urilly gives considerable space to S u re C ure Sore, Coms, Bunions,
Agent of Speood Division. church announcements, because the oGalls, Bruise, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
J W. P.rrin, General Freight Agent people are interested in them. and Frosted Feit, Burns Scalds, etc.
Sot a AN ANTISEPTIC that tops Irritation, subdues Infiam-
of First Division. most newspapers with to help along motion, and drives out Pain.
0. MeD. Davis, Assistant General worthy cause whenever possible. Yet PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous TisseN,
Freight Agent. there are pastors who not only neglect promotes a free circulaon of the Blood, givi4 g the MuKAcle
The creation of the offlc.e of general to take advantade of the kindly dispo. natural elasticity.
traffic manager was one of the most sition of the newsp.ipero towards them, EST LINIMENT ON EART
important matters before the Board of hut who place oistacles in the way of ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED
Directors of the Atlantie Coast Line, newspapers secn ring news about their CURE D S IATIC RHEUMTIS
which met last week (Thursday) in churches. In the larger cities church H UI
Ne-w York City. At the same time the announcements of Sunday services are rs. .R A. SImp 500 Craig St. KnoRvifle
office of traffic manager was abolished paid for, and in not every town in Tenn., writes: have been trying the baths ol
and the present incuoombent of that po- Kansas are the notices of services ot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I
Pition, Mr. Horace M. Emerson, was printed free as they are here" i get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than any moedine or anything I have ever tried.
chonpin to fill th new office. The Kansas preacher also thinks the Incloe find ostofcrd or 1.00. Sendme
On assuming control of the traffic time will come when churches will largebottleby Southern prs."
department of the Coast Line system, not only take advantage of the free 1 THU aSIZES: 25c, S50 AND $1.00
Mr. Emerson reorganized the depart- notices., but will run display adver.- SURE YOU OET THE oENUINE
ment and made the several appoint- tisements.
mental which appear at the head of this ---- -Ow l ment
article, official notice of which will be Up to the present time the business B ST. LmI, .A.
announeed in a few days. The changes outlook for Florida for the year 1906
are very important. seems to be mount flattering, and
The promotion of Mr. Emerson ear- throughout the entire State there are
ries with It immense responsibillty and few, If any, reports of business fail SOY
it is the recognition by the directors of ures. The close of a successful tourist W M JOC- .T-e''ttSO ,T G-. e-- --e.
his earnest and capable work for the season will leave the hotel and board. __________.....'_____________"..
road, extending over a period of many ing house people in a good condition .-- ____--____________.. .
years. He gradually arone In the com- financially, and it should also be borne BB' B B B"1,' '1aF "B'B

pany's service. For many years he was in mind that the winter visitors also
general freight and passenger ageut, spend no small sum while hble. All I
until three years ago, when the these little item help tn swell the to. Ia
changes were made in the system and Ial, and every dollar that ls started to I Io A r lllnsurie '
he was appointed trafflel manager, roll about the cities and towns is I ) t
which position he still holds, giving it bound to be captured by someone.n a Company that s Re sible, Have a Policy Correctly
tip on the flrst of the new year to as. But don't be discouraged if they are Company tha be Realiy of Pole, Have and Policythe Comprreantly
stnme control as general trial man- not all caught and handed directly to Losses Promptlyd th Company
ager of all the traffic over the exten- you. If the grocer gets the dollar y
solve Ooast Lineasytem. Mr. Emerson flret he may take it to the dry goods
is a railroad man of large experience man, and it soon starts rolling around YF 1 A re As r

and railroad men generally will rejoiee several places. All hat is needed it ou. .u re
.. .. ... .. .. .. That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some
in the deserved promotion that has to start the dollar. L refuge.
come to him. .- .- I I --' r
Mr. W. J. Orals, who was general There Is one man always deserving I
passenger agent, now becomes passen- of your sympathy and help-that is I
ger trafflo manager, his authority be. the poor man unskilled as to trade or I 1 lr, AvtUVUl gaU UndJU IdUlln1
coming Vastliy greater; with a sonar- profession, who is honestly and labor.
quent increase of responsibility. Mr. iously trying to feed and clothe a large None but Reliable Companiea Represeuted.
Cralg also came to Wilmlngton from family. If you can give such a man
Augusta. On asumiug the position as work, doso. If he work for you pay ) "
general passenger agent he started a him fair wages anddo not make him M T S H M L
course of systematic and thorough ad- wait for his money. No more serious
vertisIng, which resulted in very great problem confronts any man than this: Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
good to the system He has shown How to feed, clothe and educate a
great interest a. the country through large family o five or six children onff
av-rage daily earnings of less than a
which the Coast Line runs and in his dollar and a half a day. ..-- . -------. -..... .. .. ..-.
official capacity he has done all iu his PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
power to aid in the upbuilding and de.
velopment ofVtie Southland.
Theseowillausemany otherDollar Package Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt.
changes In the various departments of ------ ---- -- --------
the Coast Line, it being the custom to L L LXPRESS PREI'AID. Bulk lioeda--Jags Free-Net PrepadL
advance the efficient men in ite emr r ui Qi. FMeaure. 4 QtL eQ Que ii k siIo Per Galonw
ploy. -- R Hunting Club H)e ... Is t 00o 1 t Rrye. ;n. Corn. Uoodrlrade.
Neao County Rye. IWo 4 M 7 fii tW' Per uaUon
IFT FOR ALICE. Man Medigle Fre o eR l y Gl n.Crn. RuGmasvnuaity.
______ Hnae' 44 Rye 3 6 R e. o Corn Ru. B for t O
----You .n now obtain a large dn'lsrei e ootail urops I o a Jso A e. ii Co eruuono.l m
The proposal to raise a aum of up- i M mne.wrenr'ueas Mt Whise3 U,. e 7 |as
wards of rtI00,VO0a a wedding present Man Medx1lnrt' lvi' uo,- e mort ohea true |each Uras r 3 0 9 0 a s 1aon 0prn M
to Miss Aleice Roonevelt on her wed. be '- .e fu .Ap< ,, '.,.n t.e o 7,,se AnA B .. -nd tblule boApici~ae. c D ron is-
ding day has been discouraged by her ,, to, t ,n", "aer ,, M.dte i ntheMevain lI..: LEMP ST LO[AlS tEE. PrDrD-,
father, the President, who appreciates Min Mr'iifine 'rerf man*weakness. nervous Nrt4rh --rit t i. i t). rarl dren (1 lecour e nantn. our. Mountain Corn 71 6 6o 9 D r . .......... .
the evidenee of good wall. but is not uqom.>> rt a ,rt ial weakncs. trains Ta. Jamao ai *R I a 4 a ^sra Poe l *
ready to pas the has iie,''twi r.tatlr kkidbe iroub.e iaIK Medford Rum 37 S 4 to 6 ftao'2a r drk I.ee
*e 1 1 ln r<>Ut nie anuly I *i: l k.e < ha Oar k, c ,n tr . ...II t H M
The test |late would he for those fcl- V u >'afl >>ir<- .Jr. at hotm b Man Md- Kibn of Ke tr y itrboo S ; iu h i "'a ler. tints ....
low to wait until the eand f the se!. .:n,,,,pl'.-,.: ,,.ta a'kr.' w"tee rmoW.m AIowed o' AU Goodl- or M ame Gufa -s tout. pin:t:....a..iS
inod term f lr wde nt Rho ee lit. and drW h v d, r e t. 'ii rr e w lu s 1i1t e al i Pce. b the bbl on app i tlen
p! tlr.mt otr .>.e>h .,.de , le,, '. ,1 1 n 1n11. 1 any - ---/--- l--i/ I
thea make him a suitable atif. pro. ..ii riCiiL .. i'roniLr.. no i.at lao lt46l!(" HANNE BR 8 JACKtNoTILL-
vided they are on mood terms at the A!i : o ," i. tht rou are not W. AAMIh N T. HAN N E B O JA VTLA.hZ
expiration of his official oarer ., i.r .1.1 h>!iJ it. t'u that ___ _
He hae just started en on his own nqtura wsit on JAs. M. GaAsAM. Prsesidet H. E. TAYLO, Cashier
hook, as you might say, and the mn Itkln I.,'ctU mGeeo'. rtl wan. Gao. W. Hyns. VitePresident L- Ga.AEA. Aaes. Cashier
chances are that when he steps down ". or One natI .b.irC%5 wit: ing It1iu TO _
and out thoeeame fellows may want fre@ to reerv .,om.i.s,,et on- of the manr
ateh ta .tate sat*1 it We wt L it F R NATION AL BA K
bikat a time.TH


-ME NAMDW M0 IOF OF Oa.AII 3ES VXla 3.
The Ooala arnival, which is on this OeFm r*ma**#-
wwk, ha tqueensthatarerereceiving As ...W ITIIE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALACHUA 00
the votes of the isext lower ones tn the 4 ae. as emw .
dock. --- Capital...................... ..,$6009 00
**s ThisaT S -Su; Surplus and Undivided Profits... 30,000 00
We offer -* Medred lDollars re- I._Sa2 l! s. t wa..iw .a saem.ieV. i"S reWWee*o e4a eW a be ia seam
ward for Mi es of estarrh that ea-. ft -~ a*1 e1 Wareme. A.. A.se.eea. ie
not be eosed b Hall%' atarrh Cure. r. ? A.TWIA .- e.
F. J. Owm uvt A Co.. Toledo, 0. | -.E. A --mm
We. the ,mdeeelgmed. have know F.
J Cheby or fee tesl 1 years. a be. I
v. him perfeetlNy bosmbmle mI all An F. JO RDAN
bua.sseeam tUMa.om" sad lai--asly |_ __
able to oarry oUt say obI atbollia made e or. I
by his m. .tnas I MIastI L 'III.T
w.o heeale P H TudO 0 |" I xaINSURANCE

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 80, 1905


NEWS FROM ALL T FoodT atoeGoo

PARTS OF FLORIDA

l ^ trHappeninps From Various
Section s d tate.
-ier T.ret I td L.m~, Caftn, Pnmemots.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Cimse'mil- M aIM f am Diseasd. All
Dnis,1two ls, .a andsL
Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." TRIAL BOTTFL FREE BY MAIL
t aR elag ,me and add reM to
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the fn 9 N a Se&W New Yet
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to 1W N
All Classes. prior to the opening of the grand
Orange shipments still continue very show. A supper, vaudeville entertain.
lively from Orlando. ment and short addresses will take up
DeSoto county will ship 200.000 boxes the eveni.n. Chairman (;orge W.
of oranges for the season. Wilson of the priss committ,* will
West Palm Beach is to have the have chare, a guarantee that all iII
bloodhounds for police duty in that be up to the times.
city. While acting the part of Santa Cla.u*
Irene Reed, a colored female of St. %ednesdaynight at a Chrismii tre
Augustine, was arrested the other day given by the Sunday school uf the
for toting a pistol. ~ast Elrd Baptist Church, l'enla',lsa.
C D). Smith was badly burned th 'ut
Florence Villa at Winter Haven has the pick and fa*e and his donaiut on
had its capacity increased by the ad- reported as being quite seriouio. Ms.
dillon of 75 rooms. Smith wore a mask of whiskers made
John Elsey, who was shot near Villa of cotton, and was standing on a chair
City, Lake county, several days ago, taking presents from the I(':uriimin,
died on Sunday night. tree and delivering them to the chil.
The circuit court of Duval county dren, when the cotton eauight from a
will open up for business on January candle. Immediately the entire maek
4th, with 24 civil cases. was a mass of flames and before it
Autos are allowed to speed on the eould be removed he had suffered
streets of Daytona at the rate of ten painful burns.
miles an hour. A pretty fast clip. Important Notice.
Hon. James A. Donnelly, British I ainesville, Fla.,December 1. 5.
vice-consul at New Orleans, has been -.. .!. .. ... ,. ........ ...
I W iw ih tC n Vi, Yr m n,,tii U t our


appointed to the vice cousulate at


Pensacola.
Joe Coborn, proprietor
minstrels, has purchased
Daytona and will erect a
home there.
St. Petersburg is so busy
new buildings that they


of Barlow's
property at
fine winter

putting up
don't have


time to stop and shake hands with the
tourists when they arrive.
The Ocala Star says that Marion
county most have a new court house,
if not by,one way, it will have to be by
another. 8tink to it, brother.
Attorney Macfarlane of Tampa has
been given a verdict for the full
amount of his fees in the suit against
Dr. H. J. Hampton, amounting to
"77 70.
St. George street in St. Augustine Is
so narrow that the city authorities will
not allow vehicles to pass only to the
north aloug that thoroughfare to
avoid blockades.
Ned Ziegler, Anderson and Robin-
son Reeves of Jacksonville are being
held in that city to await the action i f
the grand Jury, being charged with
aosing the death of John Jenkins.
Sam Chapman and the A. C. L. bag-
gageman at Orlando had a mix-up on
Wednesday afternoon, and Robertson.
the baggage smasher, carved Chapman
so badly with a knife that he couldn't
tell bow it happened.
D. C. Pell's "sqoab" farm at 4 Prlando
received 624 mated piteons from lko.-
ton a few days ago, making somewhere
over a thousand he now has housed.
When It is known that thee birds will
prodoee a pair every month you can
fgore up that there will soon be a
plenty of material for "sqoab" pie.
A settlement was made Monday.
says The Orlando Evening Star. be.
tweoon the Seaboard Air Line Railway
and Mrs. Lusadder, widow of the late
John Losadder, who was killed a few
days ago in a wrtek near Plymouth.
Through the efforts of Dr. Abernathy
a4d "there a very satiefaetory djest-.
maet was made for the widow acd lit-
lie daughter.
The Jaekeonville Pare Food and In-1
rIdaIl ipoeiltion will eatrtain the
here of the dtate preo on the
ag of Jasoary 3rd. the night


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patrons, both gas and electric, that we
have found it absolutely necessary to
adopt a new system. Beginning on the
first day of January, 1906, we will dis.
pense with a collector and adopt the
system of mailing the bills to every
customer and all bills will be due and
payable at our office on or before the
10th day of the month or 10 per cent
will be added, and if not paid on or be-
fore the 20th inst. the gas and electric
service will be discontinued and one
dollar charge will be collected for re-
connecting service. We are not re-
sponsible if bills are not received
through the postotflce. as they will tbe
regularly mailed. This rule applies to
every gas and electric light consumer.
Therefore be governed accordingly, as
this system will be rigidly enforced
and the following rates for electric
current will be in effect January l1t,
19uA:
60,000 watts and under, 15. per M
watts.
60.000 to 200.000. 12e per M watts.
200,000 to 00,(M0o. lo0i per M watts.
800,0LX) and over, c per M watts
Special rates made for power iur-
poses.
Illuminating gas, $2 2 p -' M
Fuel gS, $2 per M.
A discount of 10 per cent if bail as
paid on or before 10th of each month.
IRles,''rfully,
(GA',V1V OA A G.As & l'tjratic PowBa
C,',mVANY.
Chrlstmas Holiday Rates.
The Atlantic Co st Line, to aire ev.
ery one an opportunity to visit their
homes and friends, will sell tickets ae-
eount of the Christmas holidays be-
tween all points at one and one-third
fares plus twenty-five (26 events fnr
the round trip The*e ticket@ will be
on sale Ilec.-mter 22.1. 23d, 24th. ?fth,
0th. 81st arnd January let. final limit
of same Jatuary 4th.
For stode.ris arid teale-.r*e these lamen
rates will apply with the eaueption
that they wi:l h.* on sale I emLtwr
17th t1or 2th tielusive. These tickets
will only etw ,lId to students upon pre.
sentatik a nf a certifeast ,signed by the
principals and Iredi4ents of the vari*
ous intstitut"re's
All of th,4*** ,o heave daughters
coming here I'hritmiaw should calling
Atlastlic o*asi l.noe agents or write
Frack C lhoylt<,ro. (Dtri t( Pas' ager
Agent, Jecksontile,. Fia
Coughing Spell Cauwed Death
"'Harry IMPukwel. al, d Z, *ears.
eaoked to death early yesterday mor-.
lag at hie home in tie proesev uof hie
wife ad ehild He eoetrarled a slight
omd a tew days ago sod paid hus Mitle
aesUetn to Is. Yesterday m brae
be meaeUsed with a It of eroughig
wbuesh ttesid for oae* tams. Hl
wife set or a physWaee. but before
be co6M& arrive another s ki
speU -- a Is ad Doatwel diod fre
s*ae~ma-4s .s, le Was l Olibe Deone.
eras. DucmbIr Ies. 1ML" aUed'
SHesebemp Sym9p we~M hoa ea m
M. 8 nad SL eM by W. M


no BUbm4 As* LAW "sMh


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Injun di.
LaGrippe and Pnei...' ".a.
lneatnmonia often follow. iattriplle,
lbut never follows the use f Foley's
Honey and Tar, It cur, lagrippe.
coughs and prevents pne ',' m ila and
ionsJiimption. Ask for .-'.,,' UlHoney
and Tar and refuse ally ','itii of-
fereul. Mr. 0. Vacher, 1',T i Osi, street, Chicago. writes: "ty wife hlid
a severe case of lagripp' three year.*
ago and it left her with terrible
coungh. She tried a bottle' o f Fol.v'ls
Hlon'v and Tar and it gave nii atediar.
relief. A 50~eent bottle onredi her eiuoigh
entirely." Refose alubetititei. J. \V
MeCollum & Company.
Must Face Courtmartali
Anna lit l u, M Di lDec L u' M id hlp.
man S'tphen Ilcatir, .1Jr f Port.
mouth. N. II a mutmnber of h te first
class of midlshpmen. IA *;,:.ir,| with
complicity In hazing at ht i \tval nead
emy, and he Is to be tr:, I ly court
martial. The ground frr the c.iarge
against D'ecatur wa dtls '-,l by the
Investigations, of the tKWtr I 'tal;atd by
SuperintenI, nt Sanl to |i, the< haz-
Ing qii illh iRn at the In II 0 lou lie
sl drescenidel from the fanliis ct'onumo.
dore Ducatur.

010.000 Lose at Brunswlck.
Trunswick. (Ga. Dec. 2: IBrunswick
was visited hly'a fAre %il h i caused a
loss of $10t,)') or more. l)art's hall,
the residence of W. 0 T'in Ml an,1
two hox ears, contalnlng :.) balis of
cotton each. were tota:vy ,ltItroyed
The cars were standing on a iuldltrack
a short distance from wh, re tte built.
Inga w-re on fire, arnt ingt l'i from th,.
lying Rpark? The loss of the ro tti
was $5.0o0. anl the two thu'luans at
OQ'ial amount.

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
Be enre and use that old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Wiaslow's Sooth.
tg Syrup. for children trenthing. It
soothes the chdd. softens the Iume,
alla all pain. cires wind iolin and is
the bet remedy for diarrhroa. Twen.
St-five ents a b ottle


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H AN 1) A %f1)ORtCHESTRA
Tegether w It. iu~nt Comediano..
Sweet Ailoger. -o.r l4espe n I Iu
fail it. e the M'1 ) TOWN HllY.'
HANDi. frift 1lueftie"ever Seven
an may stage.
T1ilt OIY 4T 7 ts,3A1? AkIJI YI
oF ACRA)MATr4
Billy ROW, t?'v Y0168404 Cumedws
oft tMe &erweans*taxe*t"407.
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TEN ARE INJURED IN COLLISION.
Passenger and Freight Tra ns Crash
Together at Flovw a.
o' ; (1 (. .. Dec. ". *ea! ,B
collu>'n iit ,r ten or ni:o'r '
mion' or :01, .. s, iou&sy i,.'
The, i e--ii.ger was N, 'n in
Atlan .a t 4 : 1., p m .. ai !1 t 1
a ilia ,I rain from V M It l\v
take, .1u m official Investi a ',' n
mine w.:o is at fault. a n T.
McNahi au.l eFngltoer C \\ ek.
ler avre In charge of I' .i 'x"
train, while ,Jol n Strick: n, :, t
Dinhar %\ere on the fr Th.' i-
jurted aro S. P. Stricklazin i ,coi:
C. R lt nt. of Atlanta: I' Mark
cret. of Ai11inta: P. A. \ A of \t.
lanta; .1 T. Smith. of i; x
pres .NiM-s,'ntger Hernlo, I l'orir
Ilarr-l. M:..s Nellie Jo, ,.f ,;,
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Mir. ottu A. Floei,,n'r, A.lerlcan Fpiclurean, lateio 'hlier to o(',. W. J. o)aodv
(luIffalo Bill), now cheIf at the lb iiiitr tiratit Hotel Seattl, \Wash., write:
"I aufred with kidney and bladder trouble until life did not seem
worth Uliving. I had tried many medicines, but did not get any re-
lief uatil I took Peruna. It waa really wonderful how much better I
was after I had used this medicine *nly a week. I did not ezpet that it
would help me permanently, but as long u it wu doing me good I con-
titned touae it. At the end of six months I found to my relief that it
had rid my system of all poisons. and that I wi cared to stay poured. Yea
certainly have a splendid medicine and I gladly endorse it"- Otto A.
Fleissner.

Catarr of the KRiMys a Commen lPe'-ru-a Remeea the Caseo of th.)
DtiMae-Kiamy TreNMe Otte I Kidy Trole.
ralls t Be Reladed as I pirna strikes at the very pentre of
Caterlb by Physllans. t>tlithelfulty byradlesUng thie atarrIt
(atarrh of the kldnae. is very ,t-.m- from the kidneys. t'atarrh to thu ratiia
mon Indeed. It to a pity that 1s1N fact of kidney dKifoulty. Remove the esit..
la not better known to the pbyscid"sa and you remove the effect. With un-
as well as to the |oiple. erring secarary Peruna goes right to
People havo kidney disease. They the spo.l The kidneys are oon doing
take some diureU>e, hoping k oKgt ieiter. their work with perfect rgularily.
They never onew think of eatarrhl. Kidhl- Thasa ef T taa
s*y disease and catarrh are seldom aM-
soctated In the minds of the people. and. Thousands of t.timolala from m.o
alaa, they are not very often isolated pie who have had kidney diseme whirlt
-I the mindsof thd ha.lut one beyond therontalt ofthephy-
P-R-INAC pihy a'tans. Tool stian are received by Dr. Hartmani
"ATAiIMR IL 4 few physielan. ivery y.ear, ltv lPernna rnthe wh.Ale
IIC rtoBglIS reslarrhx pra1** for marvelous ernres.
of the kidneys. They doctor for km.- Aidrese Dr. tlrlrlngun, l rnekl.tiet rf
thing else. They try this rrmedy and' Thi' llartuan Hsaitlltarikm., i'til.nilm.,
thot remedy. The tronlilt a nry I' r-. tbQ,..
tarrh sit the lime. A few t ilttl- f l'p- \f:I *.rr. n.,t*'n* h',ll i 'v *''* > .
ruea would ouae their. 0. 'ls.

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(of Title the Land 1) 1 1-6i t o 41 if P- i t V4 1-1. p vtseaularly

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era~a fU ~Agmfo o nt -v~eke"i4.uil A*0 Eiwnero;l rkts of Commieo
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DA DECEMBER 80: I905)


AGED LADY RUI

DOWN BY TRAIN

X Precott of Starke Stpped
Upon Track and Wu Killed.

A HIGHLY RESPECTED LADY

Was Mother-ln-Law of Sheriff Bennett
of radford County and a Lady of
Refinement-Death a Great Shock to
Al Her Friends.


Parties arriving on the noon train
JFriday bring information to the effect
that Mrs. Prepcott, mother-in-law of
Sheriff Bennett of Bradford county,
was ran over and mangled by a Sea.
board Air Line traia in the notsklirts
of Starke Friday morning.
The particulars were meager, since
the parties bringing the information
left Stark shortly after the sad seol-
dentoccurred and It we Impossible
for them to secure mueh definite in.
formation. It appear. that the train
which ran down the lady was the
OCedar Key-Jaoksonville train, which
leaves Gainesville at 7:80 In the morn-
ing end passes Starke about two hours
later.
The unfortunate victim, who is do-
feetive in hearing, was walking along
the track. She did not hear the ap-
proacshig traln and stopped upon the
track about fifty feet Ia front of the lo-
comotive. Notwithetading that every
effort was made to stop the trla, all
failed and the lady was knocked from
the track by the pilot of the engine.
She was not killed Instantly and Dr. J.
M. Dell, Jr., who was on the train, was
summoned. The victim was taken to
her home, where everything possible
was done, but she expired in a short
time.
This affair was unfortunate and
friends of Sheriff Bennett in this seo-
s on will smpathise with him.
CROWNING OF OHRISTMA8.
Delightful Cantate by the First Presby.
terlan Sunday School.
There was a large asuience present
(, at the opera house last evening to lis.
ton to the Ohristmas cantata, "Orown.
lng of Ohristmas," by the Suoday
S ahool of bthe First Presbyterian
Church. The cantata ls full of soags
and recitations, and opens with a corn.
mi tee called to decide whleh day
S bould be the one to celebrate by the
s'n' day school.
The variousne days. 'eonsistellang of St.
Valentine's Day, W kbainltoa's Birth.
day, Ohildren's Day. Independent
Day, Thbonksgiving Day, were repre.
rented by typical characters, until at
the end Old Santa Olas came and
won
Considering the short time for prep.
aration all did remarkably well, and
the oev little girl representing
OChldrenIf Day d d exceptionally well.
All spok very ditedintly.
The eutertalanment comeluded with
theditributlOh of preesote and there
was a happy lot of children
Oued Paralyse,.
W. F. Bally, P. 0. Trueo, texs,
writes z "My wife had bees smleriug
five ylan with paralysis aI her am.
when I was persuaded to oae Ballard's
Saow Linhnment, whieh need be atl-
ribht. I have also eed4 it for old
sor*s. froettutes and skint estIo0e.
It d.es the woe." Sold by W. M.
Joh nson.

S1'1 !i i|ItIIt P U(VPUI


BLOODY BATTLE IN ALABAMA.
Two Negro Deeperadoee Are Killed
and a Third Captured.
Meridian, Miss., Dec. 29.-In a pltdh.
ed battle between a posse of white men
and three negro desperadoes, near Wil.
llama' Cross Roads, Cboctaw county,
Alabama, two negroes were killed and
the third captured
Kid George and Bob Berry are Oe
names of the two dead men, while Joe
Johnson is the name of the injured one.
George le said to bave murdered a
white man on the Gulf and Ship Island
railroad, in Milssiseppl, some time ago,
and Berry and Johnson are believed
to h:ve been escaped oonviots from
Alabama.
The gang Is said to have been en.
aged in robbing whites and blacks,
and cauelsng a general reign of terror
In the community where they were run
down for the past ten days.
Torture of a Preacher.


The story of the torture of Rev. 0.
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist ohureh
of Harpereville, N. Y., will Interest
you. He says: "I suffered agonies,
because of a persistent cough, result-
luo from the grip. I had to oleep sllt
lIng up in bed. I tried many rem*
edies without relief until I took Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consomp-
tion, Coughs and Colds, whiebh entirely
eared my cough and saved me from
consumption." A grand eore for dis.
eased conditions of throat and longs.
It all druggists; price 60o and $1.00,
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Artlest Dalrymple Dead.
New York, N. Y., Dec. 2.--
Louis Dalrymple, an artist whose ca,
ricatures of politicians and cartoons a
political situations 'have appeared in
well known newepapere and periodi-
cals, died suddenly last night of acute
paresis In the Long Island home, nI
Aanityville, where be was taken about
a mouth ago. Mr. Dalrymple was
born In Cambridge, I11., 42 years ago.
Seven years ago he married Mtai Ann
Good, of Baltimore, who survlves him.
Remarkable Oure.
"I was much afflleted with solatiea,"
writes Ed 0. Nod, lowaville, Sedgwiek
Co., Kan., "going about on crutches
and suffering a deal of pain. I was
Induced to try Ballard's Snow Linl.
meant, *lteh relieved me. I used
three 80o bottles. It li the greatest
liniment I ever used. Have recom-
.mended it to a number of persons.
All express themselves as being bane.
fted by It. I now walk whihout
rustehes, able to perform a great deal
:f light labor on the farm." Is,d eo
and $1. Sold by W. M Johnsod.


Hoeanymon TrIp* to AoId.
"There are two pleI'M of advice I'd
like to give about lioaeynsoons." said
the innu who hua biad two of them.
"(iI.-' of them In. never Ifo on a long sea
voyaie with your new wife. The other
sl. never take a loug autoluobile trip
with her. I've tried both, and both
have Ibe"n miserable failures. I would
not be guilty of much an unchlvalrous
comment had both of my wtve" not
agreed with me In both instance..
Just think of having knocked down all
the barriers of couventiouallty which
practically shlekled you during the
courtship to ind yourself for eight or
ton days la esth riome companionship
with your better half as is offered on
an automobile honeymoon! It's awful
when you think of It. NWhe I was on
uny last honeymoon. which was the au-
tomoblh, owe. we were only three days
on the road when I was reminded of
the man who turned to his wife during
their honeymoon and saki. 'Ion't you
ws.asome friend would come alonir
'Oh, yes, dear.' abshe sigbed. 'or an en.
esy eTvena "-Philadelphia Record.


UIULr l1 1 ilU lc itVIDLo, uld Net Hel..p Her.
qUr'l. HAnMMOK, FLA. 1 4ad kidaey trouble for year."
writs Mrs. Raymond Ooneer of Shel-
te, Washb.. "sad the doetore could not
Parasdlie for Hunting and Flabhla help me. I tried Foley's Kidney Care
and te very Les does gave me relief
T' howi uAtoU- flew manase**a um and I am now eased. I eaI os ay too
Otps*i 'tw.h'r I.et 1,* ,,o t wt,,., sme teb fe oleh's Kidnae Our* It
awtUk and sM U same Ke ii aeehlat sa make the dieeaned kidaeyr sound so
for b 5as a sad se ws .e M bhey will elemieste the poles from
srw rfuse arlt aecommoa1uBdom afde the blood. Ualees they do this good
MK.S. IALt .A TwHOMA OS. health Isi ampoelible. J. W. MeCollem
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We" Emmbsaf t"e..
From mumsolkesbe from H aft-e
A urwlIus we com thin as abwing his
keen Inasmghtlate this Weak hsam *a-
Nuv 4f ou": "I havoetaslemwondered
bwit Is that every man libe,,. hlf
. bwo themal 0tbereft aof bet y"t
tast lesms a sahins ov*weopialem Of
bmml basas the ePlabasof cebssu
A etisiPowe
IIis am feaffel bsbtohaestos "Wosn
t*terribe ktees WOof pows--I a"
atMasakI&,, 0Maoryw akes

@o mkeow." AbseIS m i
"d Imk& beaadI~b b


mk s iLaw elAseets.
No arrests may be made tno nglas
on a BSnday except for treason, felo
or a breach of the peace, and freedom
from arrest at any time on clvil pro
se Isb a privue e enjoyed by member
of the royal family and their servant
bidbops, peers and peerehses and me.
ber of parliament during the sitting o
parliament and forty days before an
after each session.


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL TRH
RBAL ESTATE OP THE ESTATE
OP J. JACOB GODWIN.
Notloe b hereby given that oa te 16th daI
of JU A. D iOS. I. DMnnie r. Godwisa.
Ad=.E of the estate of J. Jacob God-
vir. d:cime. wiU make IaaU b -
utla to thoeL H o.Mumy m
of Atea e Florida, for sa aer
sIu the f& W real estu" of sM ee
to pery teeea of samd es. towR: Te
touw begt sad the No thwest quarr of te
SoutbeA quarter of Seedom L. and te
Norteweat quer and the N on w al of the
Nrtee arer of the Nortest quarter of
Seetom 10 mad commence at the Northwest
Iooer, tof t Motmeast quarter of Sne. 4.
Towm 104.. Ran$e It Z. and ru North W
feet. We" 1g0 test. South U tfeet oad East
IM0n fee to e point of beatnaf. benln la
;?w 10 South. BnSe 12 &: ane. tee
IwshhaatlftNorthalf of Los 8. Seeso
, TowMp I Slouth. (aSoe IkLaat. AU per-
sons aItereeo In said estate may appear and
promiete lbaere-u.
Ar. GODWIN, Adminlatratriz.
J. MxIV. Attorney.


I ss Nora Norton,


LADIES' NOVELTIES
and
FIUOYT 00138


WATCH MY WINDOW.
pay yI.


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WOOD P.PINE
Sawed and split, all lengths and silei
WOOD OF BEST QUALITY ano
naranteed satisfaction with every 01or
or. When yon are In want of STOVI
WOOD please give me a call. Ever
facility for sawing. splitting and di
livering wood promptly.
I SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
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Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Uni
vanity and Masonic Streets, Ga"ies
villi, Florida.



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Everything in Season Cooked to Order
OYSTERS AND SrEAKS
Speotalt'ea.
COFFEE the Best.
PRICES REASONABLE.
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tib If you would be MMappy wih your
family and rour rllow-asa.
The saurmet la on earth to get a mass' *re
to ut ofr ohe" t.o erT. ry, so bree
web is oe~ed b ey ryore Firs, m.
ntertal may noto bo ooad s eod. te oef-
Smay be poor. T mbeat eouwl ft % er
Wl make ie beeavest brd If mrIj
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PLSOU slad our "loa sit" hoowi bow to
MUixd bake I Our bread o*~s ot eOlan
Mole at bore-Mde, de. to. e amyr in"fao
It 1t so meek more p"jatame.
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Lightest Shift! Lightest Runningl The
Champion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes In
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THE SUN, GainesvYle, Fla.


betablia.ed 1878

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Do a general baakinw butane. r and sell Foreign and Domeetie zehauge.
The seooeu of banks bakers, oorpornsoas, fmersn. merehaau ad otrW
received Oe favorable erms a. olatl fseitioe to makl oeoUMetlo on all
seooeembe oloas Is the cUsted Saws.


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Whiskies, Wines
ii"MDMsnd Liquots


Nos. 511-519
BAY STREET,


.. JACKSONVILLE,
SFLORIDA.

Agents for Pabst llwaiukN Boor
Export, per bbl, 10 dos, $11; per dos. $1.28
Blue Ribbon, per bbl, 10 dos. $12; per dos, $1.60
Jung's OCeihnatI Red leart Beer.
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the Whisky Line:
4 full quarts ........ 5 00
12 full quarts ........12 76
BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
4 full quarts ........ 4 20
12 fall quarts ........ 12 00
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky:
Bottled la Beed Uder Uevernmeat SBpervlasa.
4 full quarts, del .... 4 00
#) full quarts ........ 5 50
12 full lquarts ...... 10 75
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, DECEMBER 30, 1905


' AN ALPINE TRAGEDY. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. BUSIZIB CA.RDs
wlrlla fstory1 etr eFil DIw. the To Wnoo IT MAY CoxcrRN:
Mattertu.*, Notice is hereby given thaton tho3 rd D R. DaVERE B. MORRIS.
"One of the most thrilling stores in day of January. A. D. 190(. applica-
Ine history is that of Mr. S oggett's t'on will be maid* to His ExcellencyTIST
i on the Mitterhorn." writes Aubrey N. B Broward, Governtr of thie State ....* * DENTIST...
Blond. "Witb two Zermatt guides of Florida, for Letter Patent for the
lphons Furrer and Augustiu Genti- orlansation of a corporation known as
a-this young ':agllshman had TheUresetManufacturinag Company. Omee over Marcus adi's. Pbr. rlr~g
~de a Ifhlc as.nt7 o ntinwith its principal office, at Gain'*sville,
de a was a long w-iy d,.I.n on the re mit herewith the proposed charter of J A. CARLISLE,
journey. At one 0 spt it is neces- the said corporation.
to cross a Ioul.I,r. or gully of This lrst day of December, A. I) ATTORNEY AT l..\\V
w and ice, :-nd diwu this channel 1905. L. J. CLYATr, And Solicitor in Eq; ity
I most of th.' .tnoe that detach J. B. MCDON i.-1), ---
Csa!v oi t a;t tse tt cof L. B. Mi'Do. Ui>, Real Estate, Cooveyancing and Gen.
>"e;k. Tt.. l1 fl' giie,r fue Or W. W. HAI'ITO, eral Practice. All business promptly
pak. I'n, y ovgulde, Furrer.F.n a attended to. Office next door to Sur
..,was IV, L ,: w qy over when a T W. ,S m .. office. (.AuuITsIVLI F1ORIDA
stone, dri: ;- fri,- n ,onUlderable AsTO).Nz PA'Ul.. __________T_ .______
height, st r k l,':n ftll on the head -..
and lst.m: 'y IL.. ,li:. The two PROPOSED) CARTER 0" TIll FERDINAND BAIER
others. '. ', l.d by ti!xir role to his CRESCENT MANUFACTHUIN0t ATTORNEY AT ..AW\
dead ba ly. wvre, i :::':e i tl.eir pre- COMPANY.
cariout f .i:,l to : ; -tC sck ni d The parties whose names are sig.iel GAINIstVILI., I ,-I
were lni'i;i.itc, s t 'aIv d(own hereto have and do hereby form aiid
were i!oll .r att y l; t d organism themie lives into a coriora-
the cou!oir at t.ir..,.- s:,.. 'lTheir thon, under and pursuant to the laws otf Can sell your lty property, (im-
axes were tiru frio: tultir 1-rj)p. ,it the State of Florida. and submit these Prued an"d unim roved), poIi-hae,
Gentinetta, whio ln,- er lI. t irsiuVts Articles of Incorporation: trucking and farming alDds. Sniil himt
ness, was convinlt., th It '.ith must ARTICI.E I-The name of this corrnr a list of what you offerforsalh. 2.142
await them at thel< I ( of th it 1wft:l action shltil be THuaCRuzCEsT -zr % v~c.
journey, but this in':t o(f ii.on li'rv TTURINt COMPANY. The principal ottie'W E BAKER.
kept his presence of it :l n i S ;;,> of ,aid corporation shall bp at (tainrt- *
what a stout heart iint a k. "i intei ville, in Alachua county, Florida. This ATTORNEY-AT-LA.\w,
ligence can (1do VV in tl.e t .d. corporation shall have the riRht to 0.-
tabli.h tither places of bsiines withi,i . SOLICITOR IN CHAN. k i., .
operate feetut beloth, otthe Stale, where it may secure prper- -
"About WUO feet be'ow th,' ( r> ot ., t iy, or desire to conduct business ,
the party were .arrilet of : ARTt. I1-The nature of c tIs. hnu.- GAINESVILLE, Alaohna C. FlI.
bergscbrund or crevns.s.e ran acv> thI, nss to be transacted by this corpora- Ott'ee in Endel Bl,,k
eIe slope which forms thie base oif totn tion shall be to buy, hold and vell real
Matterhorn on Its eastern side. Thli. estate and personal property; tio hui
crevasse is not always oitu lu fact. and sell timber and timbered linds and A
In October. 1903, when I went ,,n t., natal stores; to manufacture, deal in DR. Ii. ADERMAN,
the mountain to photograph the a tVti l sdell naval stores. lumber aid lim.
of this accidentt dk not exist t all. er supplies, and to deal generally in D E N T 8 .
Ofnet fi t aret Itde cnots eaid at o navAl stores, aid to conduct a nmerea:-
Beneath it are ice c:iffs, atund any Ois tile bu,*ineps in connection therenith ;
habooting the crevasse nud falling over and when necessary for the puisrtme.t>f over uttov a Co. B9ans. u*inewyl
these would have a sheer drop which' this corporation, it may build, equip
Mtact ImmeJ!ately be fatal, but in Mr. at-d operate railroads, may dii ca-
Sloggett's case the crack was several nals, may equip and operate steam-
feet wide anl into it the two still liv- boats and other means of traneparta. DR. OOlxN u TIsON,
Ing men and their dead companion I tion, neither of which shall be used as
... me a - t eir g a-1 a cmmon carrier. DKNTIbT.
were precipitated. 'Thbe chasm W ARTI'LE Ill--The .pital stck of
partly filled with stones and sand, and this Iorporation shall he Fifty itho Ur. loggett fell face down. Genti. and Dollars ($60 0) (1), to th. divided Olc In Miller Law KEchar.
netta, though terribly bruised, without into Five Hundred share,. of the par
an Instant's delay seized the helpless value of One Hundrnd Dollars uAiWT.L i.h
form of his employer, pulled him out ($100.00) per share. One hundred and ----
of the position In which he lay, almost fifty shaws. shall be issued at once to rHE WEtT END.
suffocating. and cleared the tand out the ineorporatorr, upon the payment t T
of hi. throat and eye.. by them of th* ,par value hereofsFINE WINE LIQUOS A CUAKb
S jaw was brokenandh ruises beribed. The balance of sad stock FINE WINE, IQUOR A ('iAb
I jaw wa broken, and bin bruis hall be held as Treasury Stock, anid JOHN MKNS/.I, Protpritor
were even worse than those of Gentl- may be hereafter issued,as may to pro-.
tte. but no other bones were broken. vI~ded by the by-lawsof thiseor|loration aI- w lilt It.._Jaeks4Jvtlue, &.
The disaster was already had enough. and by authority of the stockholders Fautb- erottlesi ddraucht. Iont
but at any moment on even more ter- o)f thiseorporation, but no stock shall fasl t o all o tln m w ddnra in ht. onli
rlble catastrophe threatened the two be sold for less than par.
poor wounded men In the crevasse. ARTICLE IV-This corporation may '...
Tbe couloir was, as I hae said, a inat- continue for the period of flfty years. THE SUN
ttr channel for falling stt)es.,.and it ARTICLE V-The bus:nese of this
was just the hottest hour of the day, corporation *hall be codieted by a 5r n I t
when the snow was thawing fast and President, Vice-President, Secretary JOB PRI NTING
l aoi erng from Its fetters the sinlxie and Treasurer, and a Board of )iree-
It had earlier held fast frozen to the 'ore consisting of seven members. a DEPARTMENT
mountain. It was imperatie to lose majority of whom shall constitute a
qllorum. Said offleers shall be ehen a a Speialty of A'! Ktnd
so time in waiting for atsiostane from rom the tokhoiders of llid orpor Makes a Specialty of A.1 Kinds
the other parties who were on the Mat- lion, annually, on the first Saturday Of Plain and Fancy
tebortn. So the guide and the lnigllsh- of January of eseh and every year.
man, without axes, bruised. shaliken and the said hloard of Directors may/
and weak, started on the demperate appoint any other oifloors. agents ir
ta k of climbing back up that glawy. emploe.s, or authors, the President Co iercial
blood stained wall, a task hard enough or Vice-.President to do so. Until the
even for an uninjured and fully .Il. i- l.tion and qualiflcation of other of. *
E p*. ry fl,'c rs 'lie following shall be the officer IT n i
PaIrt.. -- if this rporwiration: r. W. Shands, U in ing
"Hllow it was necunilphedGpitet-PI'res.ident ; W. W. IHampton, V'iee.
tdeliares he' dNo not know. but by Prs d,,., n J Clyatt. Sw*ecrtary and . F o r...
extraordinary display of pluck andl I Trmesi' r: and T W. Rhiaede. W. W.
Ill the two at length reached their lam(>*e I.. J. (lysit. Antoinoe Paul, Busines Men
tracks and gained a place of safe. It F. llai.ptoni. J. McDonald and L. .U iI-'lzMe ,
Assistance was now at hand, and B. MiDonald. lirentors.
th the help of the other parties theP Artit. VI-Thi. corporation ma r'OP fessIOndl Men,
1e men eventually arrlreel at incur and contract for indenbted news to
chwar e, hotel. Though laid up the tent of lifty Thousand Dollars M nufctrieS Etc
lny) weeks after, hoth Its the ard (4.Ot.0 (0). U
an exzvllheut recovery. PIoor ur- Amarts 'II-The names and ,s.- Legal Blanks on Short Not!ce.
body ws with much dltfic'ulty dence, of the .stkholder. of sa*d cor-.
t down next day from the cre- portion are as follows:
T. W. hands. (isnesille#, 'ia 3;l The following letter from one of our
-i- baree, $ (ntli i mall order cet.tun,'rs s r aif-ewpla.a*
A-. W- J B. ielIoroad, (,aineTille, I"1., tor;:
It ot ai w-s wrr. 3 sn .4 ,afiihi l i LIouivill. Ky Feb 77, 194,
tlot alwy poly to acknowl bleoi,' l.d. (Gai.leril... i11., II. I MoJrwary,
a defeat. A little cootlnews at thr share. 3 4il.O (iBallagii, HLa
omnent sometimes savea th W. W. Hampton. (aineuiii,. Fis Iear Mir: -e-etred the priatibIg
*, to the case demrlrt ed li Mr. 16i*hsrv.. li.sli> 'master Ia do e tinm. and eillsy thas
s "MtoUy of Company F." In a B. F. Hampton. e coulter dartlag the cirrvil war **gb *, *t,'s .eatVlopes W o ms ek Mea hmela foe
Settler me tr.m ah arm, L. 3 0at. (aissMv(ille, Ila., 1. yoer pr6mpe atte-mtt' I lltii~i oder.
t. tae w I th)s short rane. o PAatoe, ul. i nell F i, 1V N .O. I rsl r.
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h~ im 616 8.d. *eseppfo r-'
dooms" a Ouinier. The
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Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

Pines, Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

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Seaboard Mail.


M MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT


Only Liino Operating

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLE. FLORIDA. DECEMBER 30, t90F,


SWill exchange good goa for bird
NEW OF CITY AND dog. Address this office.
FT ruit cakes for Immediate or future
COUNTY C DENSE delivery. Keystone Bakery.


S attend of sneiral Interest GOth-
red by Our Reporters.
S PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

S What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It in The Sun.
Fruits and vegetables at Maon
Bros.
Ladies'calling cards il latest styles
ait Sn office.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale. J.
N. Bone. Phone 19.
C. V. McKinstry returned yesterday
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Empire Comedy Company at opera
house Monday night.
A. 8. Prindle of the Dutton Pbos.
phate Company has returned from a
boelness trip to Donnellon.
Obas. Weaver of the Gainesville
Steam Laundry returned yesterday
from a business trip to Hawthorn.
Our canned goods show for them-
aelves. We have everything except
"canned speeohee." Mason Bros.
Mrs. P. 0. Wind of Live Oak has ar-
rived in the city, and for the next few
days will be the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jernigan.
If you order yoor grocerlue for Sun-
day dinner at MeKlnstry's you are
sure of fresh goods and prompt delly.
ery.
W. D. Sheppard of Irvine and C. R.
M. Rheppard of Now Smyrna were
registered at the Brown House yester.
day.
The Industrial Edition of The San
tois on sale at Averas' and Vidal's news-
stands. Get a copy and send It to
your friends.
W. N. Sheat#, Jr., of Tallahassee is
spending a few days with his parents,
Hon. and Mrs..W N. Sheats, In this
city. His numerous friends here are
glad to welcome him.
R. M. Coffy of Jacksonville, stoek
claim agent of the 8eaboard Air Line,
was In the city on official business
*l Thursday. Mr. Coffey recently sue-
oeeded Monk Harrison, resligned.
For Rent-Two nicely furnished
rooms i wood, light and toilet priv-
lolea free. Apply 4090 University
street. d-tf
J. B. Fisher and daughter. Miss Do-
ra, from near Tampa. are stopping with
the former's brother, H. A, Fisher of
North Gainesville. Mr. Fisher is well
pleased with our city, and will prob.
ably make it his future hcme.
The lecture of Rev. W. T. Bundiek,
the great temperance advocate, at the
Methodist church last night, was fair.
ly well attended and those present
were deeply Impressed. Dr. Bundlok
is one of the most eloquent platform
orators ever heard in (ainewvillle.
Sydney Cheves. more familiarly
known as "Bud." Is spending a few
days at home as thegnsst of his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Oheves.
Mr. Chevee is running as flagman on
the Seaboard Air Line between Jack-
sonvTile and Ocals.
Mr. and iMre William Beck have re-
turned to the city, after a pleasant
vIstt to the former's parent at long
Pond, Levy eouuty. Mr. Beck ststee
that the farmers of that section have
raised plenty of cereal and other erupe
and meat. and a* a coneequenee will
be independent for the nets year
llon. Henry 8 'hubb has returned
from Winter Park. where he *pent
Chbristmas with his interesting family.
A few of (Coloh l Chubb' sirlect


Mis4 Mary Baird made a brief pleas.
ure trip to Rochelle yesterday.
Mason Bros. make a specialty of
their floe 26-cent coffee.
Remember the Empire Comedy
Co. as the opera house Monday even-
ing.
Dr. J. M. Dell and wife, S. T. Dell
and Miss Dee Weeks made a flying trip
to Jacksonville yesterday.
R. F. Vinsant of Archer, a carpenter
in the employ of the Dutton Phospbate
Co., was in the city yesterday.
Miss Emily Vandeventer left yester-
day for Ocala, where she will spend a
few days wish the family of her uncle,
Hon. Geo. K. Robinson.
Pure Vanilla Is always delicate and
of remarkable strength., That's the
reason Blue Ribbon flavors perfectly
and requires saeh a small amount.
One Hardman Baby Grand Piano
slightly need-In flUe condition. Cost
one thousand dollars. Now 6000. A.
R. Harper.
Col. Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key
and John R. Willis of Bronson were
In the city yesterday on business son.
noted with the United States land
office.
E. 0. Moseley of Whidden, a pros-
perous naval stores operator, has re-
turned to his home, after a pleasant
visit to relatives, Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
Oheves.
Remember those fnse, fat Old Town
turkeys. I have only a few left and
one of them would make a fine New
Year dinner fora big family. T. B.
Ellis.
If you want to enjoy yourself Mon-
day evening attend she opera house.
The Empire Comedy Co. are recognis-
ed among the leading musical special.
ty companies of the country.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Sweat and two
children and Mr. and Mrs.F. M. Hunt,
all of Starke, after spending Christ-
mas with Mnr. F. T. McCormiek and
mother in this city, hare returned to
their home.
E. Williams, for some time cashier
in the office of the Southern Express
Company at this point, but later mes-
senger between High Springs and Ro-
ohelle, having stood a successful civil
service examination, has resigned to
accept a position in the railway mall
service. His numerous friends here
will be glad to know that he was seue
cesaful. Mr. Wil'lams will be suoe
needed on his express run by 0. 8.
Ireland.
BIDS INVITED.
Oalnesville. Fla Dec 29. 1906
1WI3aAU3 8VTSEN, CITY or UAImNa-
VILLB, FLA I
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Board of Public Works of she City
of Gainesville, Florida, until 8 o'olnek
p. m., January Mth, 1906, for nee*
structing a Sanitary Sewerage system
In the City of Oaineeville, Florida, and
for furnishing material for same.
Work will embree* approximately ft.
teen miles of pipe, sewers from all t
fifteen inches in diameter. Asertifled
ehekt for One Thoosand Dollars
($1 00000). or a satisfactory Guaran.
ts-d Bidders' Bond. meet saeompasay
each bid.
Plane and speelifcatlons will be on
flme and may be seen at she GoAe of the
Enlineer, and sopie. of the eoseeIaa.
'inns and forms, ste., may be obtained
from the 8*eretary of she Board of
Publice Works. The right lI reserved
to reject any and all bide.
W. W. MAurOM.
8eer tary Board of Publie Works of
the City of aineeville, Florida.
W\ W. Lyos.
'onsuling Basgineer.



Mobile. Ala.. Feb. 16. 1t.,
lr E W. Hall. St. Lots, Mo.-14ear


friends are thanking him for remern- Sir: During the past year we have
braneo. in the shape of rates of ple- sold over twealy-four dosea "Hall'e
glst grape* fruit from his fine (rove at tireat )iseovery" for kidney and bled-
Winter Park. der trouble and daring that time have
Among the p|ratlent Tvsitrs to received no complalet.
this eas y yesterday was lion t.eorge Yours reepeetfully,
Biggies of Bradentown, a wealthy real U. VAx ATwsar & Soa.
estate owner and operator. Mr Hi.
im eis a hltdi g Republi"ea of Manai. A TEXAS WONDER.
o e0n84y1. ald on. of the leader of Oa* mall bottle of sh Texas We-
ae party i tooth Florida While her tier. Hall'e great Dueovey. esMW all
he paid his rempete to Ho"e W. (t kduey and badder lrembles. reamaea
BeMas a"d Henary 8 Chobb gravel. earem diabele andmagl b
G. K. MeKlaoa of Mekinino. W.e.y t. weak mad tme backs. reem.
oceW -msa the eoty Thurday lie aM aId alU treU-jlSarit f tahe s .
wa em ee- f as hie old home. Mai. ay anei d ladder to bh ad
see. 0.. Wbe he has been on a womes. regtalte blddHer tanle bI
brief viMt mioher. Mrs. u I ehiime. If -4 itMd b pef dfm,
Meatasa. Mr. MaWtKe is a very will Ube et r ma eM 4 1 *spS L .
emabomlsete m br 1eof Ueival i One Small batieOs O sutM W s' a
Lnde M aMe ALIP.1 0. 3 t re- meu- tmd indm af


HAD PINE MEETING.
Order of Elks Urowing in Gainesville
at Rapid Rate.
At the regular weekly meeting of
Gainesville Lodge No. 990, B. P. 0. E.,
held Thursday evening, four candi-
dates were "ridden over the hot
mande," and ten or a dosen applications
for membership in the order were re-
celved.
Gainesville Lodge is growing rapid-
'ly, aid sl destined to become one of
the leading lodges of the country. Its
members are manifesting a great deal
of interest.
One 6(00 anew Knbe Piano now D 460.
A. R. Harper.
Attorneys Horatio Davis aad Chris-
topher Matbeson made a professional
viait to BStarke yesterday.
One Peae & Co. square piano in
good firet-elan condition. Sold for
$600. Now $100. A. R. Harper.
Dr. L. Montgomery of Mieanopy,
accompanied by little Mimsse Anma
Laurie Pordee and Pauline Carlton,
were visitors to Gainesville yesterday,
Pore food and fresh vegetables are
what ion ean always expeet when you
boy of MeKinstry. Phone 188.
J. 0. LaFontisee has returned to
Jasksonville, after several days spent
in this elty in the interest of the Jaek-
sounvlle Development Company.
There Is nothing nelor for breakfast
these cool mornings than the old-fash*
iooed flap jacks. Get she floor at Ma-
son Bros.
The San Industrial Edition sent Ito
any address, postage free, for 10 eents.
Some fine city and country property
for sale. 0. 0. Pedriek, Gainesville,
Fla.
Remember the Empire Comedy Com.
pa y, which will appear at the opera
house Monday evening, January 1.
Turpentile leases for sale at this of-
oee, 0eO per dosen, $8 per hundred.
Cash must company order, dawst
Wanted-Room and board for wife
in private family by traveling sales-
man. References exobhanged. Ad.
drew Salesman, Brown House, stating
prioe.
Frank O'Neill returned to Jackson-
ville yesterday, after a brief visit to
his brother, E. A. O'Neill, in the mean.
time taking his degree nl Galnesville
Lodge No. 900, B. P. O. E. Mr. O'Neill
is a conductor on the Seaboard Air
Line.


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