Gainesville daily sun

Material Information

Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
32994415 ( OCLC )
002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
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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tre galut DneY~terday a~t
r L Clavite provi BThey e.
, laimed 80 isunrgents-uud a sh~rp skfrm.
Uh of half an hour Mhwed. 2hurteen
#i t killed, ~J -a RA and
arBanmeit; of stores destoyd. On<
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gregate of fire losses GColtmb
last night as she has not don
it shief loss is -the 4eerusiona
Jerome' ou6aeof the jneyest and
telreauit the ocity.
Fire was discovered in the z
-uigmtureah3ns. oiJ. M. X
i^Jbefa-e de partment

o total

v fe -4ou0, 0i0-aa, iLooiaaa, Watts, rme on the 4ote
willf 34 et Rngracket sio;e;,E
~ gan o 70; J. A. Pllaitt
othe lvh; Minnesota, New yand 00; Carolina gaslo
otica- Pennsylvania gain twro; Ihinii New tory bnUding $4,00Oig3i
Yok mz(ITezas gaia t r& bnildimn Z3000, noWsii
4, 0 Van Metre's2osie.
mei^ SALE AND SHIPMENT O GAME 000 with about $28000
DPepafmaNt of.A lt it mus WARNED TOcLEAl
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ear of the Deeds aft lW)Tt^gS exe.

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lrecke4 anad. sevenpearsons
&wo Uatural gas .x 03oaon

IzpCsoIottecornred. about B
SCelia Oox'^honse, where
amily lived. The gas had
in the cellar and the lower
ttouse, having followed the
nsiwas -fobllowed by amre
totheadoininagIdwg li4 g
OT wnaamethe ocnpants
mu with heir^Tiv
ater the residence of 5. A.
winsOoa the ateeet from
^torn to pieces by aterrifto
Hiw inmaLes were slightly
.ptar losailestimated at *10,.-
Were caused by the
l~lrah. gate of the :ort


ima Get Grese Breaks
revinus Recrds.
Dec. 31.-The steamship
Un der Grosse arrived to'
abin and 041 steerage pas-
unimually heavy mal.
^ ac bomzl ieportt^Hat,
tI )ebrta handled during?
6,825 registered letters,
macks of maill The post.
40000 letters was iusufi
T e th con.
fear clerks an~d two as
j~iotar each day ofE the

reprdto keepfat
ather. The lad I'S
B-ad& ind a"cdw
Having been b.idfc
be was muable to
bean, bt as mleariyis
by the few observit<
ittakt he thaaagit~b
about 0 miles softh <
ITiexS Is absolute
identity of the abdo
-oe have been wer
the matter evw ^
-oe to theuL WI
be able to fundiheoim
e caprtor of the
se laterW-onwl.
Slayer of Marshal
ture~and Carri

with houndsl who Bt
thetrailof the
nllpfts alW .

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isto be

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ndigton. 4" are reqa toga ve Butt
j; lnsa a ompalatioon a such IN,- within Si
tfthe ousaslaws relates r you will ied. ohorty days
to trausporta and leand gves.ta-
1)15 apddiaprams ~h6 close 0 Thts note was enclosed l a letter
tifbe aesens^ spec a".s ibi from bearingt3 post ofCe W.,
shipment and sale, litwaomais l -d Nov.W; nd.a.
-reglation regarding dent .ade ..,
cenlieS. _____ who is staying with farihdin
Allee ill ~ he Allthe,:membersof -the tm
WoSHI3Tol Dec. l l.- hen fle exept-the father, e
senateouMttee on agrinltre today- ..
reum.ed it earing upon .te Grout POWERS HELDRES-PONI
ine bil, Senator A] Ht oe Is C cenured -For" 1 Ciodic4
k 3cm," inted argiu"e. con- T io
cerning his'position aslo tametasure ro
"i never ad annoumned. he said, MONTGOOXRY, A)&.,BDec;2.-Aiather
whatber ie Was in falor opposedd to ainal story o wrt o"
the pendinkmensred beit hyreasonst toaloof ,unaiv _
some *fi qusin askedd y~tra
g~ t~ew k2 1=~<^A the.
it f~dbee suosed b. thlb istlekeid out,-and th wimjth' Ior- the
est that hewould president of that inu io
ca.ged to one, orfcens.mi. pi y
-d- ^ ,is now .laimed ths epe nt
closing Argumenats M e. w favor of the "whitewhrso
WASMTOC Dec. ..-TEM e closing- ton," and actually Iae . thePil nia rtbefore-thet ustees andn--e
Rico oases was made in, t.e Uted the meeting, aftabut for hii-advocat
Of the. amnest A"ober
States supreme court inoWaie and the 1ed 0 to M y withthein-
CMses were vubmittwd for tieBnal adju- g ir: The faow* a !t
dication of t9e COnrft dered his resignation after the
led manyto befievethat be:dd a-
W^prrlatIoU Cut Downm. ~prove of the action of the bord?

=nd hsrbrs; coSmmtte t ose NEOROES ONQTO W
droug= a eb-cma Thosand Are Wanted to WOrk
wori last night and cutdow o the apno. Plantao
priatio cuttingg down the contmul- gn ee2-B0 ef
NaSVTZDect. 2L-& 0,Besat,
lag trnraefaveling passenger agentof Ahe South
Appropriation BilUUp, er ^Picwodt*
WAHiMOWN. ofDe .t2e.-Ia ately a1with a party .t6 negroes, going
after the ap$oa of the ionrtal the to a F band
houme went ipto committee < ftfaw Nashville and the 8onthem Pacific.
-towdiam Tteabezwopatgoing-to the islnd
w-rk on -LJS-A

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@^iWgiffloiD-iet -ean
ipro the currecy has tiw~i *a-callfr'

L After Wgi-ebmsf at the Caltol~ Exehainge

lzNbw ee 14 nie
S. ...f ..- *iwa m -d t .,.ro

dimpaRk state treainry eari today. Acoodin~
son yaa to ^theB tor fl ght Watic^haaGo
waasup hew ffs A~fU~'8o~c a tea siat le-
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.ork ,WWI ou .iamfta. M Beam n: e
wlllr=tuon it 40 days, and in-March ?mes.:i
wil te another ke7. Says it i 11pm? A
desiredwtake otnat~least 10,00fam. tie.aa of fur
,A for work on t sar plantation. yw,
Calle d oanOccidental Steamer.'.
Called to the Door and Slatn. I ifl

,WnjsDWOO, .& Q,l Me. St.-Anod~wr
trlgedy has bee- i added to Failrfield's
1j9g ist of munrders for Aths jyea. IV _
occurred at the country heme of Stirke fl
. Martin, near oky MounRt,. 1milM
mnmhere. Martin, a nswerin a, knoqk
at his front door, Was fired upo iWiat V
gn byt hee assasn, who ha-d o`el .
.im loeby. -The whole l|
ted his stomach and at so co
was the shtfired chat his clh w t
bured by the-powder. -
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ifl~iewor cpi
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would 4o whalhe^oght f
**.idweald oew l~wa<*of
tbos la, Seuth Afrleaned
. peope of the two Republic
given rights. -
Alleirte Me- loo O mp
New YorwbI b w
the muuilO taIfyo
is charged it- f 'BbsUng
.Merritt-w M oubieil.

a mifioAiraSaWi. day oo
ary, 4 eaerou eo yibta
onhle-Metropolis, --
Whul. nO attempt should b

00, b to he tase ie Iyed
booksis comanwadftbte I h<
were valuatbisand hreesivea
a week, hif employer wers
t Ab us who m
''^'-fQ~qoaA~neft otfafti ~t,

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*OWN, 1g,*O~
i.l tietite Od te

tb the 409e e 01P, then all-
b is p~ohbt inthes.tA tmay '
E denot ^ibaqilref -territory, and
tOujl Ibis view ofhe cc~t~tiltlto1I shobock
f M-0 Au d~oi~ od nailFaXWO
Rim ey uWld- It otnbe done It-

N^ E -o., .welfah fofr .te- Une ir
4Oklabhca, tndian. Territory-:and
L1 Atasks? overnihpetrt of unlmthruted
nwft h & orltcninq grn loM-
1 tlsonwe.tbiuigto^ tolrter a ecudi
too ereteea wrontg .omutttu o Why
LI uIn4Oweake use of one tariff law
f;' ttbeitatesld another for the tear.
: 1thaet C Tme.e ie fousl one door eo
-- fy ~ Z t1 te deny thBt lthetern-
k partof the Uiated ate.
S tha ~~,eion which is governed ftor
S-ener- welfare-- of the United
t e imbos bae a part of the United
States. i the actfotof quiri tg terrl-
him tny dom not extend the constitution
Sed It nothlne wsll do Itexcept its ad-
late O as ra dtStr
wTat e give laefc to Porto W6eo all
the money we get from her is not ex-
Ousable. R Is given las a benefaction,
th -and that Ionly tt declare it in a state
Oiof viasalage. p
wre hIsaidthat o fexp O |s i-the law
di of the natural lfe, t aexpaiisiun may
* of be drpilcal. I doet argue against
SexpansIonI I bat the old coach nay be a
"ed a amfer vehicle for -tbe folks than the
For. t Irue whd has gone oat of the ser-
iya" -'ce, bdtl who 0till loves his country, I
rbleh cannot rejoice in the acquisition of
H lands .At the cost lof abandonmentt of
4 theol 'Abertian Idea that govern-
ment b; absolute power is intolerable.
1the Under the conatitution of the United
"Me. States bt Is an c1possiblity."
bust, When the democratic party went
hAion 4own iht defeat last November, the
ater8 Contltutlon-regerded It neither as the
man- last-di'th nor the last chance, nor did
aten- it ars e that truittd leaders were to
largte he lamipooned for having done their
iti duty.' {Lhe party eint Wo be camL-
a paign on' a principle fundamentally
tad correct. The proof of this Is not only
^ven suchA eclarationS as have been made
a by the former president since the cam-
aig, t'but that the republican leaders
Pa't! refused toodisaCus it while the fight

iovdatpJAi W -di he tating f
e d Oal e UP. a ae im

*i~y Gui Cadereof I~o~s*l-
starringt e'viBB4'Oatdarei~teII;

e ii mIored ffer aduibor for the0r
441^- fttG ldeflietab C patdtyo
B Abnto -'obefor the eede ojr&Uc W&IIj
h misg ahae rendered a goo.. eMr. Ca
ad shonid ffer tch advice sobdha

,f e-d;, woutedly Woua n fded.
trcginyBle^Sn i6fnd~ral ^iea
bougb I do jsotthittk as ariBle t-a

SMr.Carltee. Bt he 2 f-At Johnf-

Ieese's, about 12 miles from hle _a
diselety occurred. bet *ween Joe un
illd ad-oreTrylorat thayli Geor-son,
Iiniwhi. arMti^,Cleveland waGetd to

.andO yonngiylor wasbceay wonde d
ii notr-dosobffore the election, when
ie aight have rendered a good iervice
ndeed?" ____________

tMarin WAS also eady

' sengees on the Kaiser Wilhelm.
WIipKY Alo.m Dec. 21.-At John

the .operaic 0040, .and Senor Don Fran-

here ristmr Xa
WfReeses, abodt 1 miles from here, a
iimcnlty occurred between Joe Martin
sad George Traylor aB4 Tirylor'. son,
in whioh Martin klt~ed ^George- Traylor
ad youfg Traylor was badly wounded.
MartIn was alit badly wounded by
vnatg Traylor.
Masengers on the Kaiser Wilhelm.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21-Jean DeBeacke,
the operate tenor, and Senor Don Frau-
tihe state of^ i~ipez~ar.o1 Mex., arriyed
here^ today^ onl bosAd lte steamer Kaiser
Wilhielm dor Greene, from Bremoae,
Shouthampton and Oherbonrg.

Every Exertion a Task
Every Care a Burden

There is failure of. the strength to
do and the power to endure; there is
weakness "all over" that is persistent
and constant.
The vital functions are impaired,
food does not nourish, and the whole
system is run dpwn.
A medicine that strengthens the
stomach, perfects digestion, invigor-
ates and tones Is heeded.
What Hood's Sarsaparsilla did for Mrs. L. B.
Garland. Shady. Tenn.. it has done for others.
She took it when she was all ran down-with-
out appetite, losing flesh, and unable to do
her work. It restored her appetite, increased
her weight, and made her well and strong.
This is her own unsolicited statement.
Hood'. Sarsaparilla
Promises to cure and keeps the prom-
ise. The .earlier treatment is begun
the better-begin it today. -
*J^ i*W' gar-..


The Peer of Maryl"m4'a ,Famous


The K~ moP!*ave Always Bought, zLnd which hao been
ia-el 'o.-ver 380 years, has borne the signature of
A __ _m and as been made under his per-

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will --y-lo-a-- .................____soJIG
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:ir bu F .oof ~eub t die ed paio.- cahe BY C -- S F WI . ............... ........... & p.m
e:-ao 4 eap. The dia-tb oseia d eortion cr -of he BWilIman l ermc "orth and Sonthrom Waldo, and from Jacksonville to
er. dTherei ol oe0a wzttofs -c- _ew pBMingcarSaaansh to Hamlet and Rlhmond to New York, N. Y. P. &
dea~fness and ttA I le by oouitttittion&I ,.. N.B. X or.olk dally for Pbiladelphia and iew Yo'k. Steamers leave Norfolk
tmedl Dtatxa|les cased by jan in- This book ranked 31st in y dandyt orBaltimoreand New York and daily for Washington. Through
i ..... f~~4 dole atAd dolttd 6 the mucous lining tpee Jac nvile to St. Louis via Mont cello and Mngmey.
E.S._.E M'BEE, L_.-AL14q.Aet
f the- Z"usohlan.Tube. Whenhis the TIMEs List of Fifty Best .-. as.s.ns G.
rtulb igets:imAm: i you have a rumb- y Best 1st V.-.&0. _OGen't u'ip..
traeprta god or erfec hearing, and Books Selected by 116 iA- ONAELL, Assist. Qvn. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
--:.. F. C. kt A-mfetl Gainesville, Fla.
VIh at when It Is entirely closed deafness h; Gainesville, Fla.
i e me the reput,- and unless tbe iflamma- brarians. .
o ^ iton0fte token out.and this tube re -p a S ys AL
*tored to tenormal coodtloohearine Three Editions have been TAEnt QTo Am
t -#willl be Eestroyed forever; nine eases UE blPOINTS
oofen re caued byarr, hich soi M y brusine- men NORT- EAASTET OUTH w T
WI nothing but-an Iflaimed condition of WEST
6 Wtlie On unrdDolr have distributed copies EAT,
W M tHde olr oisVIA V i2A VtVIA
for ied:+ a m v v*V Plant vmntt
f ,ol-for 14any easof theDeafness causedd among their clerk8. CopieS e Duponto and PanteOput
Sta aTaXrb)t Sha capot be cured by _gOpn Ouontmmnd mahl.Wayars. J-sup
aok Cellaem. -rrh Cure. Send fto eircu- sent 0FEE= wO moe. Wayeron. LiUno. Montgonmerv
Sold1,D W15smt: PreOneDllr W WEST COAST SHORT INE
"____ m r~ILf ,u-h= 0 TI. Tao e ofe tw by. 26, (I00.
-i t Grover ,Cleveland need not worry Unioni Suare. New York P -tmVLL ARV
himself about what the democratic r
party ought to do. If he should asoIu Ucnytta, oe n d
Und er^ and byvirle of an e xecu tion i nm Irv:
become a candidate for office there Is out of the uit cour t Judifctal Circuit of -, ,
CYirlor td in and for M ri n o anty, a td d hva- S: P 3 GJ& K S n I ,.P A L AT K A ST A V GU ST MN 2.1W P 1
not t he shadow of a doubt about wheat toaland singular theSe ?Cof tMh ta~e y JAC A
Atbdmeinocrats willdo for him. Of o 1 whein Robert L. Ande.ron was ORBMOND aid DAYTONA.4
anld sF rank A. Teague wa defendant, .
Pn -- --.Fell, Sheriff ofAlachna ounty, p HIG p 12:Pm
To Cut a C t Old Dn-O ne baye levied upon and will -S on DE RRNSO Di0ly,
Motbd.te 7th day of Jitnuary, l%1, TheNEERYADSU.
Take Lazxative Bromo Quinine Tab- h ou-do Ry of ae y fore the court ,-,, 3, .
ffB B t e * r~ a ~ rm fi o ao huse aoorln the eltyof C6i. f'e,, Alacua B^ P - $ 5 xp w
lets. All druggsts refund the money n, Floridato the hi4 gsa -i Ibedt OCAiA dAdTl D.
the omydr-rforcash. all the risht, li e and !nteret Vtof
Wft do~tW PM O06 ho
i 0lt fatl 0to 11 L W. 3roe's aig t he mida Fak^A. YW1 in aNd t theo J...Al
loigdslep~n. to-wDafNtthhal
nature isoen each bo,.q oar$Wbes^ 1)tj JACKfOVuLE tad PALtTNA. -
ALal M ^ a0 p tea"r ng mer o S x, i WAYCR S, S *AVANNAH, NWa tR
sIBB^U '., *. *J" -.::-asesouth laas tfominlagntquarterofsec onOple It is the generD alpremlon tbat our. toWlm rnle eventeeaon ... , -,a ,
o Brnyin 5 Imw W. low-quafo f Dmatquarterq and nr WI HI--"R O.OP&.
S I tquCerP secti onm

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loje of a Stoek: xqhauge costs over (50,000 L. Adersesi, plaintiZf andagainut rankjA.%Blat~leu~p^~~ta
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jJsonal supervision since its lnuftncy.
Allow no on to deceive you in this.
A Coterfeits, Imitatifs and "ju st-as-good" are but
Bpt-'xpets that trifle with and endange the health of
Inf"ats and ChUidren-Experience against Experiment.

(krlf is a harmless substt!xte for Castor Oil, Pare-
-fi i f ^ iId Soothing Syirup. It is Pleasant. It
-am :uiI ther Opium, Morphie nor other Narcotie
sAffb e. Its age is its guara, te. It destroys Worms
a allays Feverishness. It cures Darhoea and Wind
eoic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Co -slPation J A
a Flatulency. It assimilates tile Food, pgltates the .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Thei 's61fir~ Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Bear.-the-d igtr

Ted You Hae Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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L vle......................... S. L 1O t m .........1 0 p
:Ar Wa do....1 0.......... at 10.. ...... ... 30 D m
A r Jacka onl e.......................... ...... ..............................
Lv J5a lusonvlle.......................... 7 50 pm
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a nn ah..................... .. i ......................... ............ 1 50 -pm
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Ar :'mm U...... U am.
Ar". ........................ .. "...... ....................... 10 1
Ar Heders 7..o. .... .11........ . o . .0 pm
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Ar N t .t-GoBa .e.............. .-......... P n R -- ------- -- -- ... 9 30 Punm B
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Ar ............................. .... ... 556pa
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am in my fifti-th year and suffered for a
lonw time from periodical bilious attacks'" says
Mrs. L.- C. Dougherty, a purchasing agent, liv-
ing at 301 Stevens St., Camden, N.J. I "About
two -months ago, after a very tiresome day*t
shopping, 1 came.home sick and exhausted and
my son insisted- -.nmy takin, a Ripans Tabule.
It actej l e magqkartdin a short time 1 felt re-
lieved an{ invigrated. Since then Tie Jusd
a great many of thtm and am a firm be'ieveF in
the remedy, lIam not an adv.cealie-of' patent
m!Jicines seneralty and never wro te S-tt% ai Wbfe
but 1 feeri grateful for thebetOeitilavede 4eiftmrof iipans.
There are so many things im-ther-fav or--anong theawthe
convenient fonm ,making them easy-fio carry in a r pocket-
book) and the price, bringing them within tlhe reach o- all.



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Iv6dt w ofn arMyaU peopleto five toa ripe old age.
t de youn.. This un rsal dere can be realized if
t-ait andn ddle fe. A little praution then
iw tO ou exste se. -I a e ylotheong
2^y.old r ~e will bethe lot ot the woman who promptly
whic affect her sex. In youth, Wine of Carduiwill
caM Solfdy ova; the dividing'ine between girhood and
....eshe eed it to. help -her through the trials of
ldbirth with as l tte discomfort as possible._ At the
aw help her over the dange4o0 s place that appears in
tw 40 and 50. Then-w come many years of truly
e. She wa growold sowly and graceuly. Torthe last
<3t carni and beauty which are always characteristic
, .... -.. -- i e y healthy grandmothers.
It is for women alone to deds
I-jo whwlber they will be healthy or
Iic. he remedy for thdr aick-
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Up commoaii
Lultqilte7~ eO
* or" thu-
r high a .p
w~et of their
o0oI evldea<


ad a pleas
which ma6
Bt of the
ormed the
hAd been

i^nbt eon.

sod ~ ~ ~ 4 we~u" ~ o aim-
A-. --the -lau-
gurato ot6601*oOI ysteam
ourrece- mre- yentiyedr.
ttrt ,aem

that bleWY toid'te surprIse~
of te toachersf' th bllc school
yesterday morning. A school whire
Whis kind of a spirit prev*ails connot
be otherwise than osprou5 and be
an important factor ncontributing to
the adrancement of all the commend-
able interests of tihe community in
which it tsjokited&
No one can reaspably hope fur eood
health unless da _ue.4 move once
each day. 'W. .NV 1snotvattended
to, disorders hfti~hmnach arise, hi'
iousnes, headapia and pl as
40oo0 follow If you to avoid thee
Ailments keep yo wela reilar b3.
taking Chamm-rl st Stomach aod
L[ve Tablets when rt quired. Th-.y
are so take and mild and gen-
tie Ip effect. For sai & by all druggists
and medicine dealer'.
Th1 Appeoltora:6 t -.
Is envied.' by all r oor dyspeptics
whose Stomach and L Ier are out of
order. All such should. know that Dr.
King's New Life P.144 the wonderful
Stomach and Liver-inedy. gives a
splendid appti.te, -a ddigestbonoand
a regular d b -_that insures
perfect health and j t energy. Only
25 cents at any, Dir tore and W. C.
Wallace.. '-:-
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Sa s .. il---- .- ot
ernPaniic has Iet&o|
6tta^ &^a~fili^^^ld^iulu.;

- Their letters axe on file in Mrs. Ptnkh~m1s
k office, and prove this sttem t e
a fa ci. not a mere boast. - in
>mugt take Into consideiation this gtwt
F snd. vnequaJledrcr4etf ''t ^.4 '-^ N

S Overshadowing, indeed, is thAe success ofa Pi-
Sham's medicine. Comparncd with it all other mecines fl

women are experiments.
Why has Lydia E. Pinkham"s Vtable CoMpound
accomplished- its widespread results for good?
Why has it lived and thrived and done t rous
work for a i -artr ofa century- ?
Simply and surely because of its sterling worth. The
reason no other medicine has even approached its success is
plainly and posively because there m s no other medadi_
so good for woman's ills. -

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These important facts when you ask for a bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at your druggist's: If
the clerk asks you to take 'something else," telling you
that it is "just as good "' or "much .better" to be better,
it must have cured more than 500,000 women; to be as
good, it must have cured as many as 500,200 women--let
him produce his proof! Such a thing is impossible. The
medicine he offers you is only an experiment. All lie knows
about it is that he can make a little more profit on it than
he can on what you want.
Don't let druggists experiment on you. Demand the
medicine. that you know is all right, that has no equal, that
backs all its statements with positive proof. When you
klow that no other medicine in the world exclusively for
women has received such unqualified endorsement, is it wise
to let a dealer persuade you to buy something else which
he says is "just as good," and all you have in proof is
his say-so?
Wise is the woman who insists upon having

Lydid E. Pinkh mh

Vegetable Comvpouir

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Tb P&ensscolae, Mi and.w Or4
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..... -- '- "o" rmingham, NW&x ville and St
al W tBea. .I iI'. To'ui;-sv-l ...e, Cincinnati Evans-
oeve:t a hipmew wee bottle v le and to Chicago without chan e
"- .-:. -- - "of oley's ou otond hit. Frate, sleeping car reservations
... .. voice.It sei l typeaker call on or write
S ,-Ea some 'ot propom ions," and in our d sgers. T w
C. Wallace.
- "** ". r-.-. -_- 1 r^ "- ... ^ w m B He HOPKLi N
various other departments are all Amoogthe tento, thousands who
have used Chambeilainuougt Reme Fla$.. Paasek r Agent.
l3kindS of goods that an up-to-date edyfor coldsand pp dr ig the 206W.oBayStL.Jaoksnvillme.
e-dr tore p to h ave. ee, mh knowledge, not _____
.- -.r wr .r nla. Tbhp. -Whia'l ,2.24 Wa S. V. U E
^^^^P *ccr ^ A n -n. A' bash aventa aeCtlo Bothe mtost iif Tw_
waet'to caal your atten-tion pr-ozt minent f ,tamt --AlE.lo
Sity, in retai l s t t: Wf
to thefacte that our store is the place recommend nham in, Couhrb LAu- En
Remedy fort la gripe inaly cases,
tohaveyour nedsm iethse lines sat- i not, onlyVIKVag po, and om-
plete rtoovery, ib lsu cut eracts
^p~ll^B~yaaailgouts and^ S^ meicn 4S^JSLaf
Wirmany teudeney of a grp.4t result in
peona. met. oreu u- Pot. -Alldrug-
. _AB.D-.HADWAR mb l S elme -"
i:: ,.i:- **:-:;'- ^^.*. -, ..-..- ^ .,** ...... ... -:l;: --:"^ ^ '*.- ,,, k ..- .*rji'l^^!- rd *,-y '.^ ^ ^H._^B,.
Is Baner Salve. from. I
ILRY Q AMIP LI- preripon by a'w dey known skin'
and poeltily is the most
1W Ir faor pilelsburnsscalds,
uleruning soresaa al is kn \ -
Passengee leave eases. ThereI ntingsoood. W.
-s 'There lg4*1# so
T, V -i* .hursday via Plant C. W l11 -/
S ystinm tIait for A: Lifra" d b ight. "
f B Branowiek and go di- M,. W.A.-Heof ceter'-, la. oA. VLL L FLA.
-eotly aboar steamer writing .of his l ~ I aculous es- Whenyouaren huy jat tele-'
fra death, wePure p hone u and we will send youup
S ..4 9 ...Iid:._l ungl -n Mrrt . ... tr meta shle h g..... llng I anDything yonu want, Wlenecompany
T~.itsr"" on M ~OULWant abotLtle bCPure
trouleanic BaledtWhiskey 4- Wir ,and Want
i^:*.-*,: : .-^Bg ii~ f*:: ,. ... ru ^ OT ^ ^
~*.:'w- ... ....... T 9w" aM _t f tU t qWick, here iS the .pi e to get it.
coughed nigat aI<| l jyydo- TReservice will be quiek j the whiskey
.^o &...I...a I a t ie. 1 A I be- ,. w, elq. .te and t. price T e,-
.^a.. ....... F i ga.-to uene Wine e1qtoAdsprm | 5O1-
"v a ts vw11'.v' o ..... o y- A g -a :

SIMON.AV W u 'n' SA p i'

m51 J*. B. ?1& 1*'~^.jettws.

of a certian executloiri i^^^
muit OooH f M<^^e ^
L I n trADb *"**"

-trouble dusa

kidneys and bla
most Pco* sa

a mu

s1L GT'L 4. WLtionan .iii~allaqih c ^^m1ra"inusj F 1~1 Mi 1,1
TO w sv T<*. ThsptrCB~to 5~tt Tottble&" pSwfa.inI J-'X LULLU-Ll L
04. JS ksoaiiO tle.u 'riia ~
R wor >, Y - .ies re.ot ^ KS I Ia own c ection with Florida Easi
_^_--, ~ I -._, -- -ggt~c L**..Sg y ^--'- /*** -. tit.1g~~t M~.a iirti~s-h I

-in a7 E- Ja e ,. oLt i untl the a .tO -l b1 ef It S' ES Leave ,T MtamtI. ---
Um Teota Buarkhi .aAd L SAold via theSoutlaera r41#a. to ... -I .1, T ..
ridO.- sea. ...a~.i~ Stb.Leave PortlTm pa!!:
a M ori. d 'h [ A- Leave Port TSam pa........
t .-a~ i.; .._ hAr X, -! on W W,,It -tb. W ..........
qw'A iere ut h s.dSla t wth tea Imiit rn. f Leave St Augustine........
^t^u'eit ^t orEe January 4t i8l tvtf' are ----i,, fr, -Leave Jacksonville...
i.- b. thir Leave Savannah..........
I andida am o thhre fw the ro.n^*.- ^- -* :Leave Charleston
"--~"'$* O m .~am~Arrive Richmond....
blest t~cfroeaZi st01te 11 a A ^ 1 Arrive Blallinmore-
--:......... ..- --...... ...... ": Arrive PblUadelUhla....
J-.. m Arrive NewYort......

.Ot.e MO._. B-P ullma m a o
11e ; ( &^.a^ g- BOYLTON, Agent 2089i
JncA^&iK SalaP.wi Jr., SoF.
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.-- i. which o i ep ,..-to r m e to ae t 1 8 -
_711n wl The rgser askcp ed -that n
leWttch'Ha- 8alv.: Ms T18 l tt have .been ,re be aken until o'clock .
injury Ther.lkiha

Who i -Slve, tain cure, *SW5Ia C lporttt matters before the grand
( _.eozeorn tescaid1 bur- piu It ts- soot as wouid prepare some charges which and we will lend you asisance in lee
ketator n iteed e" they Ibi p w l u to give the I
"" -.......ho--"n '4 -....tb..e"openedto .th:e bn U ie r. lemn Brooh m wa c-aclal o -
I2CpS0 ofMiItaly msicIfrDS 1q th Vwiness box by t?* prosecution to an Xmas Present that will not onlyp
i"px a iftof-h:si .: IPe'' -b o hi tm i ait s s irs. Is rebut M e. S digbee's testimony. 'e S*,- *. : /
1::t'ftd '*^ ^,:^.,^^ IoKteley edition iasol tn mBafy promptly and|peiuaaenay cured by said thp claz of defendant that he appropriate but sensilie and sefL H,
trd~eW Bli^;^^a~sOrtnfet of mwistores .t forn em to 50 cante per Booii'a sarsq~rapii. which neutralizes was enItited to certain credits was iD- ^_______ _____ ; ^
W^^^^~~~~~~~~coy andc-^^^^^^^ Ir is su.perior''^' to al ot*s ndt f4liocorrect and; thatf the net indebtedness .. '-,-* ..'^^ ^
1^^ ^.^^ *';'I^T^;~ti*^P8''.*Geo& B. Gibbons of Archer w8 in and Uaupif~ streets. Newly coutp iylng the indictment was cor^ Sn^e ^
S hoes..-
.town y ry "ad r e his b a. t-Js i ered rou out. 0 U -
c .. -ri-ptlo to TE I SU We were sorry; .ihtl r: mipa s.d--waer. Appy Hon H. R. Day and J. M. Dell wee e .

li it ;Dnote that he lsatJglnlgif his for- ery Pwe: ll aindi t nlolt teviene in probably tie longer l
mY-W mrtregth and is now almost en- SW7weeTus at th.., y ^ oe many., d. A beautifuli line of
...... ... .. tirel c eovered. 7 : .. _. 1 .I
When l W*ilt f ^^aPoONireSSiON mn women- andtchid
.S a -li.tS-iW u ~~. u eewa. Courw. convenedat o'clock p.m. I n
eueteogtie.. mh rndjury ceito c ttoend and they are u
at^i^ "T^^^^O" Witoh Hazl als ^a ^ l < klsoKwnah pin4 ae grpesnmet whieb was ^^ heals'^.3R~:l sore w'^ithot eaing6 s mar read. open session by Solicito Car-
^p ''^ W ^ ^ for -Ue ,.d skin diess .8 quality and style,
SRece. pti.on ....T __ h b t we i an't ivN a t H ocker complimented the g rand
TheLadles. Mlsionary Society of p oth" rg that yoi adh di'harged '
^ al^^ rb sbte <1~ursh will hold an.sdtgodfood you want tendianchaupon them from further at- 0 R o Q ESCr^ G^^^ |
meeting In the wii te the diesliveor- h- dan the court. o '' Sv CtCDS
: .s ". ess.ionrooms next Wednesday ner- I Ithe olyprpa- Consioderation of the Slgsbee case .. to n.m
DecS at 3oo'clock. S ubjict, &d w i d. Solicitor Carter opened -- .
be-- ""noon, 2th Al l bodies are cor- Di- the arge ment teor the state. He was _e is
o-Ils of th^e Sea. All foilowei by-$O
daiv ited. S. Homeopathi Physiclamn. Office At the conclusion of CoL Finley's \v: -...."- ... "
^ ^ ^ t~~~rMJ LLOW Ilpte c.B u S nte. name f r e^sidence Liety1 argin- t couA took a recess until 700 ihi a~ DS n r^^ ^^^
p i 1mUQ feet-health. -UsePricicly Ash B~iI t- -- .p. -.
Apnde is buppy. It ano ther The school of St. Aogustne-Epeco- t mthe nieht se.sion Co,. Robi. E. gsforU S8X^
vital-o rgans e .-b ad wellr-- succel four month's term of school halfof efendant, sgeaking for two d caOMot be excelled' On
l--ed. .w* Walace. work Thursday. The enrollment of hours without finishing his address, -. Kl
vraS" ...eptable'..r:iStmsgft eul- sld'- wy" wtha avenge which i1ibe concluded this morning, *\ plicated in price. Sa:t
have a fine ssqrtnent at reasoable at&ediw ofhicty si h for the tdliuz s hr .a.ving j..o..rned until 9w I a.
........ .-.......prices. Ja A.Abrama 3t Eev. J. Spelit, the teacher, suspend- m. tda. l -
-^ .... .-: Mammoth llastrated Holiday-.Edi- adthe hool Lo the holidays, and On sh nmb ir 22, 23, 24, 30, 31, and Ie
"o o T ibb- --AI desc t l oe sJnua ry 1st the Plant System will as cr
f Gainestle and Alaehua county; 10 9b y. sel rouhd trip tickets to all points in ________
pages, just the paper to send to your Now is the time when croup and Fiorida at rate of one fare" for the We yo*/.^.mee-^"n.o
f7 friends or ptNes d iring information lung tables pve rpld-y fal. The roer.-p.Al-ikt:e We ask E iyna-n of
Telephone 99. bout this .part of lorida Price 10l imedlate resey l hs Oe 'Minute turn January 4th. 1, eli p s y ur
,.., : :,.-_ .... cen.ts"," i per0oze, $8 per hnde, Cough Car. ve, 7pieaant Manypersons have bad the ex ,-pei-i- and Jackets ..-
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"nbO e L :u.te.: wra -- fo pped and ready for mailing. O- tsake and c -bmpwt eirtil t eosoe oWf dr Petea Shaerman of North_ o- "- -
Il reases. I1 wll prveu t ,nnmption. "
AT w AW 'for~",dioi 9evorlummoyears % torbute from Wbrooic fl nef 10
IV.Rap. B~loay adeA"wllIan rof my te."Itdgests
cleaning regase ndpint W sptste, eore-Ma hro'.Po sell-n.08Rsst aewa a n s&crancr

te:- .. -: -from clothing and other article.- t hamnhso t offtoe in the court tor ypepsia and every form of ..-
Ssomethingthat will remove the spot -stomach, trouble. It gives relief at
'"-- .-and leave no stained, without injury to h01:5! nma8 the county commin- once even in the worst cases, and can't A
. in the aineVile, -- Florida1. the finest -marial CHaMPION ionershaU have Anished the work help but do you n ood. Bodiford & 'lac p.
l w- fi e l .: .'' ;: ^ * ^ ^ ; : . *A S E ..BA O T.R - a n b e b d ;o i ^ i l a ji- .Sii: .p l a n I s t o p i s c e M c C o l i u m : -l ^ B" ... M-: .l '.- +H
Zfr;1.I :.;&'-, O' d & an.o din and. have For s a ueral mo nths the E earnest
"s ", A.- oodwin- willw'arrive In de 0.iM^-6^h ,H, idl^ir. ...... it nlrged pho- Workers' society of the Presbyterin . .......-_
I t liirgin wherie .t' 5 in j oMr coun ty and state church have been an uto- .... " . -": -* ; i
^^K.^^^^^l~~~~~~~~l~~l~~li-v we^^^llfepg^^^ whdr lrw^:" ^'v* W 'W '^n
Wic ae oIn gah aIteaim hift 'nameNwsigo
hr arns orth #ob Ams- iupedo
r-p-les oznd4-sin dilie Y dalla oe hsess eenrasdi wU ( [ A N
'te alweiprcs .B '1 A-fr hftae -i .*-- htba~e for yte oeic~ofitor wCar~

B. .. .. mange f gd, and the quilt being con- : t
wh Thedrygei-erchantse .o aot t p nt leds- alloothers in p.etedt.e soci.ety- voted to present e t
"+:" headyt:l+ttiehlrl^ :' ? k ... oys + + +--
:hr y eaytaeInterln fo tbe~hli..I~ A ~ I $~l mi s -H .oey- and. Tar, their pastor and his wife, Rev.-..._--:-
,teder cuts days. -Begimnnin with Mondybout IITUUdI fU&& -hmm E. W, Way, which was done last Men Suits-Wool. Boy's S..i.. -ow Ch-+
1OP aIll of-themwlli be cm lled p toSkep"r night at their residence. A surprise $8.85 age 4 tU .., 0ft:. &
-- open evenig.." -..__esee in Alchas onty rty wa tedered the p storsad hi Other stores a $.50 goha O -
+'ItI+ted r Don't forget to caMll and in-et my hpst Store o Earth. wasyetedayWiaided among theheirs wie, th members of the msocimety gath- Me"'s Pant
lineoffancyoosadnoel Cheairpest l ytheoffiie f3ounty SurveyomeiIern Pa, theirrhome without anygpre. montant ^aB^
thehotidaS. New- York Jobbin to. aropelty, which numbers viousnoetie. Each person carried a For Dress New Pattern, .-

Sasin1wr 5" Well, the Holidays are in "21,000ae, wa divded among thle pound of fruit and cake, and the soee- $1.49 worth $2.50.
~~1"" '' ftnlmoeAirivetl In the City fol-lowing heirs; L. IL Halle and wife, t'a ns noal ie
T.a Royti&'-enoyblhtme
-last nght-romTSantioCub He st and the season f.)r C.W. U, j., an Wool Suits,
S. -lived Fairba ,oin this making glad the hearts of Ha., Joh Ches and wife, an.d On Dec. h Blue Flanutl, Best Qu
11'adeavew to-l" pend s e d'tes a a I., San.-ilt the G. & G._Ry. will sell $7.95, others ask, $12.50.
Sthe folksand big folks prty is round trip tickets to all Florids points .. ,H
Ste that neihborhood before returning. is at hand. foownra the + BB plan-- for one fat, limited to-return Jan 4th,-
a.Of-d pemt the Ha Wnuist -of som fthn 1901. Add on D". 22ad, 23rd! 24th' SILK TIES,
Everything tlN ~ '''~ -~IW tion and was 14kmerly owned by John SILK3th TIEadSa. ~t it
:-.-.. / m,+,log'at+ edced priem Boys': Ths much being true the 254 t: m om heam h, 3Dt5, 31st=and Jan. 1- wt, flad ::+:h
Olot.^^ ^ ^'lr Up lie I j"soofsm fthHn n
-el Sn,N6ew Yo. frkCom tn s nextuhpto nal limit`to Jan. 5h, 1901, st rate of Handkerchief
c'+oinEdeg, new frown orsuth n tg odo is to decide farm ,inlnsin the stae one and .on-th rd fares for the round
_s... where to go and What to Help is needed at once when a per- trip to allpoilnts outside of Florida _____ _C______
NoI ig J1v-5t tIhi of the barracks ca- buy for Chriistmas, son'sl s in danger. A neglected ofthe Msssipi nd south B oy-P.
SW t h cough r old may sooun bome ser- the Ohio rivers. .W. HArums, Boy's Panti --
de tedw for their respectiveWe do not say it boast- u ,nbe-stopped at once. Jr -Agen- 1w
o., ,ad a a conq in ybut it is with a cer- one UiiCh Cure quickly cures- Men's Und
S-thingsil-eoratfier quiet to the few of h coughsand olds and the worst cases
~~~pe whoedf sed h hprit 2ftIEI nu r UU~U
o a remained: to spend the -holi er onhimu grippe and A 24C. other
A 4bfset re.. . .^ ....laH ce to the trading throa*mdB lung troubles. Bodiford ST ORI ]--r: , A :W .--
.t t see. o-r- of an chits+, alo T pu~~b~ t we have the TfaolU an Cwildren. f B "11-
-Tihekidneylosabeiingte4 eof"Te/he when they are KWYiiulaw
Ssouvenirsariousbuildgbte bNo nf overworked and the trouble gets serI UJ
ty.T r XMAS GO0DS owaWomptly moved Prick- esthe
sV. Dak, V0he thing for holiday presents. Dor. n -Oteii promptly removed. Prick- Bears tie\
itr.Tolt to esy&l. It -1.-1, ly Ash Bitlers Is a reliable kidney .Sgnvtir of
S .Mr. L.mF..f.Harristhe effliet and t be found in Alachua toni bowel regulator. W. C. 1: ______ _-
-boN loved first0Asstant of- the Gaines- ~unfr Walae. flow to cire Group.
iki-e -r-- an ih school, Wehavte Tae of person who disturbed the con- Mr. R. ray, who lives near Ame- Bo
.0SedtWe have games of almost wDucesacony, N.Ysa:
I. ^y edaito spendthe'holiday -vaca- W gr wilast Sunday by coughing, is ,nia, Do bess county, N. Y., ss: H 1 l-. .
,invibb oawnnd grand .chUdren every description, Toys, reqa to cal l on W C. Wallace "Chambeirlains Cough Remedy is the .
.j.ite Pey's Honey and -best medij*n I have ever used. It Is .
W+S>^i : Va&ses, Piclture l ,bumIF, T A.gHves re. an a fiechil Irn's remedyforcProupand
vat pritapno,doub6Leveneered -Tfe-C c.,Smkn never ai to sureWe given as
e uoprigh fTolletases Smoking Sets, frifend a box of Christmas soon a4 4b, -child becomes oarso or
,,ivory keys, t~ll +, o ,, _.,= b e o, Ir on 1|me f -"8
-:m :e:. : awa Dolls of eer ..,,Arnod., Leave evenafterthbecroupy cough has de-
om e~ ,:_Uh 4 ini ....D o
ait. a... A.. Abram.. 3d n -. wi, -Plant eSys-. It will prevent the attack. ..
Ap ja -e t AAt- .J~ ....01 do" -e ..- 0d10d ThIsshould be borne In mind and a
1 i4 T cont isoners sentenced at aut everything suitab le A -in- ad wa bo ttl of the Couh Reed kp at _____._
aihlei t o~t t-f; theircait tcourt- were fo XmasP Pents. -"i g .f t.h-e Prebyterian hand reay for i.tantuse_ 1 -""-"-- o
of the thesB m. a ppear. or sale by i
WuAietry a the amnps. wilI" B 5 -a-l lt m'.- ...edicinedealers.'.
^*^i^ ^^^ W~ beawttully ilamnae ou^_Ni^ S r. tho -uwwereunerhecharged Over-. ieTece' ibe4- st rl adec.Apeeoft rnnl dmpnedwit ivio'to,-sr#
erijoeb 2, A, M31, sad s ,tanice Tea erefs I C hambrlain's- Pala Balm and bound SiSa
Dae. b ,;% 3 A,3_ 3, via t.A. choolw.s. e- ..,m l o
St tr he 4 w Will ndiM ed2 -t V." 8M9. at $148ggthe to the affe ted parts is seo I : to any
Jau"w: try et the Planl-Snstem wil"l sesUe, Sale. c '. plaster. W troubled w e ufactnzet'timPle..
sel oud riitcktat al oits4nget aleever oferd.ti~ pple and :-or,,back -Or as in the side orwdhetA give _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _
uroMe~Forida at rate of onam e for the (aurs.degitdwth tatrial adyuaeceti ob
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round trip. Al0 tickets imited to e-i a s m

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a. we il a. health, beosusetisey thought ^ pah ie which wia ll begist. h Lanewi 'A wi nbalers IN
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