Suwannee Democrat


Material Information

Suwannee Democrat
Physical Description:
J.E. Pound
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 2013


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 12, 1897.
General Note:
Editor: F.R. McCormack, <1910>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (Nov. 20, 1897).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000398954
oclc - 33273856
notis - ACE4563
lccn - sn 95026787
lccn - 95026788
oclc - 33273861
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Related Items

Preceded by:
Banner (Live Oak, Fla.)
Preceded by:
Suwannee leader
Preceded by:
Suwannee citizen

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_________Resulting In Deth of a WhWt Mum a"d Two Nepoes.
DAY AHEAD OF .TIMVH NOT 17T ]DffERIM BY Waycross, Ga., Dec. 2 4.-Today TEg &MATE ADJOLRN WiT. M S4XThIGVU N&VJ W104
A? PORT F SPAINWHAT BOLTS FIT WILL shortly before noon Wallace Dyal, a OUT CiONFMMNG UG a!. D II
TRINIDA RETURNwoodsman employed by W. L Hin-son & Co., at a turpentine still, siall' APINMN
miles from Millwood and about eighITT.NEWteen miles from Waycross, was shot
Ciil~ 190WILO1 PO981YL~ Ot8 U MI IsfPFU E WILL ToE R IUl up'
fighting themselves. Before dying be
shot and killed Instantly two negroes. -_____This report reached Waycross withNo itofte atr ofteTe hteHns
Thousad Salws Given Shore Admiral Evan Merely Gave His Own : arqetfrteseifaddpte ea
Lev to~ EkyTb Opainon-Not an Official iat 1 o'clock, and since that time noth- Obetin to to SAY It 110
slves sttmetIg frhrasbeen received though!i I
arrests are expected tonight.
The negroes, so it appears, were
Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W. L. Washington, D. C., Dec. 22.-'The drinking and a fight started among Washington, D. C., Dec. 22.-The Washington, Dec. 2.-Rof A.
u. 2, 4.-Although not due here un- programme for the return of the bat. was niherby an etSenate adjourned for Abe holiday with ral William H. Browum.s w ein ,
V1tdath mria btlehptleship fleet is a matter that has been tseate hefger.They orla number of executive appointments Ignation aschief otthe buna
1j3 oda, th Amricn batlehipothers around did not like this Inter- I navigation of the navy &epAus
rntarived In port yesterday, com- discussed among the officials of the ference and fired on him. He fell unconfirmed. The President has sent wa announced arthe WNiW Ern %.I11ifg the Anrt leg of the 14,000 Navy Department, but as yet no de- but vas able to use his pistol wih''o h Senate practically all of his ap- yesterday, today tarned over the
*WU Journey to the Pacific. Daylight cision has been reached and will not tligefc.The names of tb.n- onmnsmd uigtesme ar fhsofc oCp.C~s
1 hoedm therwaipn, acourebfr om tme ayt al ome"daid. groes killed could not be learned, recess of Congress, and the larger MteR. Winslow, who has bee aul
.1 miou rcomn tewfo Tn about Theretary ofteNvretakscalf to a Coroner Jackson Grimes will prob-, part of these have been acted upon nated to take charge of the work.H
*'mm ale fo te hrf hepo- Th ecear' rmakwa aIe ably leave on tonight's train for Mill- by the proper committees and con- then said good-bye to his Igateu
gk crowded the water front to view out by a wireless message from the
impsin arayof hit shpsof laghipConecicu sttig tat d-wood and hold an inquest over the firmed in executive session by the dlates in the office and returned t
theimpsin arayof hit sipsof laghi Conecicu satig tat d-bodies of those killed in the affray. 'Senate. These tnelude postmasters, his home.
'-petertainment committees com- mira I Evans had authorized the As-, r ylwsaot2 er l, dia rwsndelslj
their iAul arrangements, and Mr. Dyass was abou 20 year oldesoal consular appointments, land office ap- AmrlBouo elndai rapidly took on it etbl- eifta h ay Dprmn' and his home was at Hazlehurst. His pointments, certain judicial nomina- today to discuss the reason whic
~3~- atire.Por ofSpai ha pi- prsen inentin i tohavethebat body will be brought to an undertaki- tions and a list of over a thousand led up to his resigntion. Aganhe !iared to welcome the fleet with hos- tleship fleet return by way of the:igetbiheti acoatmr rmtosi h ryadnv, md tmnis hta'if~
~talty nd od lih Suz cnalnex sumeror all As row and carried on to Hazelhurst to- Of the nominations reported favor- tion bearing on the subject iu
p yadgoo felowshp. Suzcnlnx umro al s'morrow night for Interment, ably by committees to the Senate for come from those higher up in autor
Numberless launches, rowboats, the President, through Secretary; The affray created considerable ex- cnimto buoermastoeitto whom he referred 411wh
smal ycht an haborcrat o al Lob, revousy hd soke tothecitement, but no further trouble Is ex- acted upon-that of John G. Capers, asked him for news on the subjet Wt began putting out at an early same effect, it seems clear that Ad-* etd t ecmisoe fitra es esi twswt h raetr
hourto akesigh-sers verthe m- mural van' iate ent as ot ug-nue. An attempt was made to secure igret that he took leave of tkw na
edema vessels. They clustered and guested by any definite move so far, CUIU R PRMN 'h ofraino aer e asdprmn na ciecpct

_U__ vocdi&amrto. Iail tha at mostOU only aPRKA squadronio fCa afwd earmn I naciec

aqowwc WW*W HerVA FRIDA NotCN Ap e in
An -taf by----- ainuo aa imnhm l. e. I.Cm 30N ILTK NTA

ft w T or in e perfomane last othis ci, toyb naio s voffdfte,

oftA toa bya Sinre uoneoth sadam poirmingm fla. esio 1.-Camp MOM) WIL TegiE yourAIV S uness edcto b n
&asmy ofte poof te mont a ck s
IHade soies Conhefederal verns nw n oua
~~~~~~~~~~~h re~suig e efrane~ o h sity, t odybnaniusb vote,
~t n Neo, abou ia mal 3 oclio, alotn on rwieor in ppitio t he *,,"cau Ltde AWdllginn I a h
S0089"y pruane pfronher.Teinin of the dsigihdMk lk
UrNI A rp tha omont aurned on rvdn o esoigCne-s ei orbsns dcto yetrn
~~ D~Y~ ~~~ entelers bte fe sueda noven suchl TogtThtl konad oua

=10adm t tamto moment ture facde. t a efe sue osc
raied er rm o siel he fae. bill could ever become law. The of)WIre' right Paw struck the ladyg fering of such a bill In Congress Washington. Dec. 20. -Y esterday's
rigt and iflitig aferfu gshwould result in reopening wounds encounter between Mr. John Sharpe We have three distinct departments:
ere th bak o th meber ~~thlong healed and engendering bitter- Williams Of Mississippi and Mr. Dethe 11106d spurting from the wound ness long since abandoned." Armond of Missouri, on the foro
*be dm"t the Now Infuriated animal the house of representatives, had no BO KK EPN an B I NG
bftk to his seat and hurried out of' -hd~S O T A DadT PW IIG
the AeNA, returning a moment after- A Real Wonderland, aftermath today, but friends of each TELER AH Y aii TYPEWRITN
ward with the Wairted hand band- South Dakota, with its rich silver taee akadfrhbtente
a~d itha bndkeehid satchd mnes bonnzafars, wde angs (amips of the minority leader and the! age wih ahankechid satcedmins, onaza ars, ideranesleader of the minority opposition presided over by competent and experienced trai an renaattedant SheCom and strange natural formations, is a id
fro a aen atenan. hecon-waving, boughs of peace. It is n-tors, whose years of success as teachers,gur
NOWte the act and bowed in ackuowl-, Veritable wonderful. At Moungoddnsrutin edgemeat of the applause of the large City. in the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp. u'bod oeeta hyatdt o odisrcin
out of their own friendliness and o01!
audience. but in retiring from the a wonderful case of healing has late-terow vlionnobyuhrzSarena she fell back In a dead faint ]v~ occurred. Per son seed neir tio ofSecmbtnscRmr holarships: $40, $509 $75t $t
In the arms of Madam Morelli. who Ideath with lung and throat troub.? th,~~~~do hleg t rt oa o 2 l
bad rushed to the rear of the bi, Wriausin coughin forl ccr Catalogue. Address alluin
e on hearing the cry of alarm ut. red every five iininu~es.- write-s Mrs.dulfne aotheaioloay
I 2 ~~~~~~~but invvsti,_-ation showed theni pure-1 L.N.l TT NOR .S. TE I
tared from the audience. Dr. James C'aypp. -we 1 MiigD. HAT ON facRl .. STEPHENsat~tde
Hardy Pittman was at once tele- ,xing s Sew Discovery. the great *tp 'j PRMSDENT PICIA
phoned for, responding inMmediatel, eiie tta sat i ieadCD eha omn ihrt rln
and took several stitches in the ladys Idletely cured himn" Guaranteed for! .~ nrvrvnrmk h is
band and after making a thorough (\)uahs and colds, -,hrcat and Ou~ wr trcniito.Ta fakt AW lowcof
01mlnatlon of the wound expressed L,.bl~ by -ac~ I 'T~e: i ..'r Williams was the aggressor in,his opinion that in all probability. zi'z .59c a,~ $.u. trU~~oitk'!uim'~ ta e a
thee oud e n sptc)OisOni134 1re?. d~-wfalsifier and '!n having struck the first
Intervening. i- _N~~er (ilV~2 blow, and therefore, that peace over'- 'f4 j
urte-. if any there are to be. should II
Public Speaker Interrupted Jn-e "o0 -,1.A Ia., IO I'W" o~rizIuate on Mlr. Williams* sido of !Ihe [1 ~ 'a u anu iiii
Public speakers are frequently in- 1crc. (I U e.1
i terrupted by people coughing. .This; lin.Wilasiudr'odt
would not happen if Foley's Honey' pa,, Examiinationi Suceefu40y 7~h1l ob ntergt tiwuusis
andTarwer taen a~it ure JmesL~oahu. ew Britala.!,'; conTO-nded ii his behalf thiat he;
cngh andcold an preentspne Conn., writes: -I tried st-veral kidney. iuferd r. JicArniond to qulestroA
umonla and consumption. The neede an-a rae yorbs istuhuns n ul O Lumber, Shingles, Ice. Ele i
gemuine contains no opiates and is ir. )-yiln o Id nnhiswr t o sd:Thin auge tedl a.

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Suwnnee HardwareCo

I Heaters, Fire Dogs, Fire IARDW ARE Shot Guns, Rifles, RevolvSets, Stove Boards, Steel HIEADQrARTERS FOR ers, Ammunition, Shooting .
RageCokStveEt.Farming and Agricultural Coats, Sporting Goods of
VImplements of All Kinds, all Kinds. mom mo MO

We aso arr a ullLin of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, the Builders' Hardware, Sash, famous Van Dyke Enamel Ware,
Door, BlndsLime Cemnt, Devoe Paints, Golden's Cane Mills, Aermotor Pumps and Wind Mills, Paint, Oil, Varnishes, Brushes, Syaue ndHmtnPos
Etc. See us, and we will treat "Keen Kutter" Cutlery and Edge Tools. The Kind that Carries a you rght. ositive Guarantee.
In which they build their by the officers, to my fellow citizens as a egislator.
,I~ action on the child is and am reasonably sur of ele

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Capital and Stockholders Liability, $100,000o.IW U3~ 000



theEW reidnc of Mr. Albert Powell. A small vacant house In the weSet W. L Taylor, a proamet tar- 466
Yesterday morning. The Interment end of the city was completely des- pentine man, Is a business visitor in taking place in the city cemetery. G. ftroyed by fire last night, about ten the city today. Stillafew i
1s~iqW~sfli. N Potadamer was funeral director. o'clock. We failed to learn who the Miss CoraSerao ad iy % L
iP. VllIToky Sink, was In The Live- Oak Lodge of Independ- owe ftebidn a.came up Tuesday to Rped the boll- Chris fila
ml t Vra g shopping. ent Order of Odd Fellows, deserves C. T. Ansley returned to Brooks- days with her parents, Mr. and Mms
*H. Sita.of Pine Gire, Is congratulations upon the unusual yulle this morning after a pleasant J. W. Sporring. :: OOuS :
the ors in the city toay step they took Sunday In having a visit to the family of H. A. Blackburn Mrs. Smith, of Ellaville, who has I
&a ad Mamie Kirkland, of special sermon preached to their during the holidays. Mrs. Ansley will been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. 0 n fl h'a n
yule here shopping yes- body at the Methodist church. The remain for several days before re- B. Barton for the past wek, left for
OddFelowsIs ne f te bst ratr-turning to her home in Brooksville. Ellaville this morning. ' ~ IA
nal orders In the country, and is do--_________.u2leutm and Gamble, fin of ofgniechrt.n B. Holmes, a brother of R. H. OrWtrSpl hlsm.Holes of this city ienin hereit spendingr upy ho NUTS A
.ian in the city sh6pplng hepthat thymay well be podof, Hleo hscti eesedn
in hn re th e prat o ud &; the hoidays wih hs brother's Mr W. H. Lyle, supentiendent; of c o C0K
IL~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ n a~n oftePn rv s ericl ke tha poue mauch family. He is accompanied by his our City Waterworks, being always LiTS Oak,
is a business visitor In good, not only among the indi- wife who is the guest of her parents on the alert for the best Interests of h 1
.. W"~. vidual members of the order, but in- Mr. and Mrs. Dickert. Mr. HolmeF our town, and tiring of the reports S
j. IL Hfaddock and John .Scott. crease the admiration of those on Is proprietor of the bottling works hat our water supply was rendered
Ow~h Rixford settlement, are the outside for the great work they Ti~fton, Ga. impure and unwholesome by the *4 0
tons looking after business af- are doing, and thereby create a de- E.C Pol mage ofteswrewlsInhecyde- AEVTN vn
sire among otN1.r good men to be- 1.matilla branch of the C. J. McGehee mined to make a thorough investipa 2 -come acquainted with their mystici Company, came up on a visit Christ- tion of the matter and know the truth
Iwsmsury' Jgfyrites and to enter upon this splendid w~as day. Mr. Pool is a Suwannee of these reports. Accordingly he sent S
Mr. J. W. Bradley, of Branford, service also. Rev. Dutill delivered county boy, and has a host of friends samples of the water taken from our S N T
cuet urmot ubtatil itzesand excellent sermon suggested byjIn this section who will be pleased to deep wells to the executive office of @i
one~ on h'Dmca etra the teaching of one of the degres, learn that he is making a success in tte Board of Health of Florida, at N
~ ~ e a n twn, mcat movtedupandwyr uei epu thle turpentine business. Jacksonville and also to the Dear-1 ADVERTISINGAN ow
his jbserptionone well as enjoyed b% all present. The residebce of R. H1. Holmes br rg & Ceia okI H
caught ire las nightabout ine cago, Ill., at each of which places' Iks Brown-Thomason Drug Co. "rm'iirdysiiy 'lcbtqc1woknthpatthe samples have been analyzed and;' omm oe c
hqi theird;y' permanen organizations nth p r I W ma 's H me O
the iht, anntm orgiraton C. Morrison, of Alton, was a visitor of .hose in the building at the time, reports returned. In each case the Saturdy Evema n i n ih werte ame inr te in the city yesterday, prevented anything more than a smallI analysis was exactly the same, and C0 elimeaa, w a c.
This whsi- wer L.m Edwrd spntetrahne10l nteciin n eodfor the reports made identical. In the
I minry organization. Fhs u t WhitEdwiths retes eda in e usua ahling casd quiecowdr office of .the 1,State Board of Health,
-:,I in pledid andsandunde Ft Whie wihrlatieater alam cened bute firowd Mr. H. S. Holloway, assistant bac* new management even greater C. C. Carroll, of Madison, was a too gte tinuihed.eebu h fr a teriologist, and Mr. Hiram Byrd, first *IM flDNIPTtM
.coess than ever before Is predicted. gus9 fteEhlys~dy assistant to State Health Officer V JRhUIIUII
S. A Hielyandwif an litle Winder Surrency, one of our fine Joseph Y. Porter, each made theVium ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~S MoAa. N mdu he Rael we t adio livte Oaboswhrelzthvau anlssndhirepts eete Fllnoeftecoon es
Ross. We regret to learn that ~ rs. ~ II K UNIERSKIIUFS, in fancy box'~..........1.73 to $l~A~0 (;wvi.;3, in W~My bOXes..............

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Fvon We*w9ft Ddly.
AN~ wowt orm a so"&* *w0zUkv t. xn, Forfffh With SMOM Jam The cue o(Joe Buhl
st wbiaey. TbmwaW NpHan. Tbp K4 d of Mm He Is.
i SON! r !, CL, Lw, Z AA a 7 mazd fir. work among labors?,rist of -he -;,q.lo:. jr.thost i go
T, stir-ay and a verdia
Iowa of 96(vefts ;* *r^ a wt' OW
Vbkj" WIM XULAi, a Vhj: a3or A yt-w. acri Foa had 'o chase:ende:A. ET= Lytot
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anqnd 'or an hour or !wo 'o ;i, f a
Wo Want# kg;*4 !aLw, alIghe ro-wr -w-, an hour 07 'WO ID' W07'-^-- 'a _a *)'a Ieyand Linie Hq
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WWO &M Xlkptl wert rAng f, a rju- af-er hazes and had Onn,;- *iquor caw. !hat
984 Won& "wo.-d 'ha*Aja pas n A,* -Mme re". intem
Is wk*q, TIP7 Tzoiof wto tal hands zir- uld not agrep- inw.
.UM Ud wbbk" xz4 art a.4 if -,nightandfor
n '.-r:nz:Zg *wt'.z- r aft-d har- 4 AM bm &Ukftg k Ars r T n va-," ,aA -,-,a- '3o morning
b6 and a rr)v f.c. 1 -- rj!f 'o of work- a ba, were UUM
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Them Mineral Springs RouteW 0~i -M

Wright received a letter from his oldLIE ATFr)W
MEOW"sh~pmate Admiral Robley D. Evans,
in response to one written him a few C12kl$500. Sr~ $ j
.......~ days before discusfin the battle of n .DXU rdet LENiY
sedawHPaDPIn LEaif f Fort Fisher, where the two raen met 77, DAnua w
Pah EiPetal in deadly combat in 1865. After
'9b5 8, 1907',1 6 8 4 answering the Judge's question, the
P .jA M P.M ASM AU PSMIP.M admiral wrote:
Ihdlyu son&= Sn Dily ex "Sunday night I shall leave here 1)OLLARB DO THEIR DUTT
Lmdw! mLe STAION Lu. -l! (WVashington) for Fort Monroe and .~ ~nn~m
an er vm t fr theiowa
2~7 1 5 9 4 ~* ~will look out for your wireless wh.en
35106 43 8~ V........StaRf.... ....93 $39W; 3 S. -iaesing the coast of Florida." en when they an ~ esatlus .7
3 s810 4Wl ...... FlSWM........930 3 38 9450- 3 325
326 515 4 8 ........ Pl t ....... 9 S 3 5 T he Judge sent the follow ing m es- st Is a good eaving. bank Iy
3 V1 85304 16 ...S~ m .... 917 351 930; 3 10, eage to him last Tuesday night: **Let4021846 60 910O... Dowling Park .... 910 3 2g 9 20300' ter received. Godspeed; a success- almasptyu olr
47! 8 0 510 916 ..... ChUM ...... 850 3911905 5 ful trip and a safe return."
412!86 5 ao15 9201... MYJundtion... :845 3 4 91o0 2 40 The wireless station at Savannah wr tago t fft
1915' 90........l .Ten....... 20 2 2S rep3rted yesterday to Judge Wright bplintemnteUeOa
9 940 950........Smnith...... 2301 20, 25 21 that the message was delivered on_957 io o .....Feallway .... 2 151 1 47 Banl.
10 2D 12........ Pe ..... 2 00 130. board the flagship Connecticut on
1035X 10.5 ..Hampton Spring. I45i 1 10; Tuesday night at 11:30 after the ad
MAYO AND ALTON BirNC had retired, and should a reply A Y 7
M Y AN AL O BR N Hbesnitwudbfrma point LI E A R 13A N IK
LyeLveA These two old veterans, represent- ----- ---------- ---------Iv r_ ArIr -Iing the Blue and the Gray, keep up!
4 12 6125 .... l Ag Jucin.. a 585 correspondence and the judge is
4 30 5 311 ..... Peterson .......8 29 8 37, very, prou d of having so distinguisher
4 47 5 40 ........Mayo ........820) 8251
Zi correspondent. I O RS
i W-,;, 6451-1--1 Alton ........815 8k 15i_________FLOE
P.M P.M AM A.M, iEarly to lied 'MAKES LIGHT RoLiz, SUPERB BREAD AND Dtucious PAsTity.

D xSnSun D ex ;ai,d ear!y to rise, makes one healthy. NoHUEIE'OLDBIVHU T
10 8-sp Ill ALWAYS GOOD and
7rainsceud to connect with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic: v '! O~Cntpto.Ivppi OOD ALL A YSV
Line trains. For further information as to schedules and connections: '!"I:~ liver comuplints. .1 rZ.S--, IF an any ticket agent. ('olmui a, Tenn., writes: "I a 1w z. ASK YOUR GROCER
4. LEE ENSIG~N, President. R. 1). HOP1KINS. Traffle Maniager. I e'aupl of your lierbhine or,
_______hanid. Ami so pleased with the relit-f TH= C. E, GULLER COMP ANY,
i .'sin constipation and ail liv, sr iungAet.JC M VF

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Like, Yet Unlike.
Tim e Table No. 20 All. ily boy," said th~e pr- T N 1 O S I E M
'muod individual, as he handed round
Taking Effect SUNDAY, JUNE 30, at 12:01 A. M., 1907. 1,e Fior deC Toof::s. "that's somnethingG e _______SUPRSEESALLSCEDULES OF PREVIOUS DATE uk'a ci gar!"IlrW~~
tliel)i"t nil ('ourt tif he United ALL LIVER COMPLAiNTS.
GUARANT~TD CURE a~l dseci.s~ ~ iced by
~tate~ tin I lie Soul bent I ~ ni&'t ~ ~ .,~A 1A. ~IIRF RLOOD. Cue cLUe uur-

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616i. De.26.-4t is me NO*w YtLkA)eC- 26.-4t bs 60tUt- New York, Dec. 24e- Nor* tha IN 'rfasD 14
*~~4 Wsitstamtha ( A 'go petopurn h hrsms 2,0 le will eat Chitmas killed by pistol or kaft ts L111
Istiscty am vmy MeR 47- there Lave been 3,840,01 Parcel dinner in New York tomorrow and Mi~uigp during the W
.g teb from Irbaglag formilde shipped out of the city by mail and furnhed by the SAvtion Army., .
VW&e wi"e Uken. frm an e~m- ezpregs. Exact figures are, Of course The dinner& an being put alp In baa toda of Christmas week WgtI ts t
~r jj.unobtainable but these figures based ket fo families of five and six, and
A lees undetakig eftablishMnt 0n estimates made at the postoffce will be distributed on Christma tCvnta a.HnyRue 'si.
-rbVas ced to embam the body and tLe express OfcEM, are thought morning. Each basket will con~tai1I~nego eneeah rs yno r
eC amsp oman anda nero o be approximately correct The five-pound chicken in addition to Baly htl~ta h atrt oieI
ter was ektruxted with the grip co- value of the pakages sent by express vegetables, coffee, tea and broad, as atttie a money matter'by "Coming out U3ri dr at
tlamghehealsl a lstu-whrealea~ alt~well asplum pudding, inaddition to to shoot it out" Bradley~klled the the WXMPldli
mat umpoyed y th embume~. at 70,40)0,000. The number of it great Christmas dinner, the Sal-ner.wsul
*' The porter left this In a neighboring packages sent out of the city this year vation Army is collecting money for* Lt
fis sad during his absence the in !saot8prcn rae hnls t eua iter relief work, and bos ,a section foreman, shot ad be held at the
mates opened the grip and took-ear w Uhile it is estimated that the 100,000 appeals sent to New Yorkers 'killed Martin Arnold, also ascinliteeay@
tymugsof te fomaldhyde m~valu is 5 peceurless Thi through the mails have brought mor man. Both were white.j Iteitrs
thought the bottle contained gin, and '"e"Be in valuie ts said to be due to than $13,000 into the coffers of the VleM.,wsteseeo 'dyo aurA
In be' eaernss o gt ashae o te fct hatgoos ae ceapr tisterrible fight which cost the lives of o'clock In then the intoucican16s paid. no attention to year, and that people are more caohpriereuyDaiwie h Bd ilr
*the sputterIngs of the first ma wh ul In the expenditure of money. Death of a Desperado. bt ate.MuyDvs httesi am
drank from the bottle. New York always g yes more than it and Win. Spini, colored, their claims,
The wkoe crow waseceivesh and it is estimated that not Ho ~aS )A love affair at Greenville, Miss., amine the bekr",
receiverodwasd dat orc Carroll, one of the moist caused Rd Smith, a negro railroad such other budam8
ly sik by the drink, but physicians more than 1,900,000 parcels hae desperate men who ever aflce man, to seek out and kill Jim Rag- come bdor ai
Lually relieved them. Their mouths been received In t1he city during the Jacksnville, died In a hospital In lish, another negro. V3AN3J
Sad throats were burned as If they psfe 'that city Monday, his death being the Uemsh
had swallowed I4'quid Am Nettrheesoi~eadth x ult of a wound given him by Wal- STRAYED--Four head of cattle; Datad at lAkeU y
_____________press office, the busiest place in the ter Meader on the night of December one dark Jrsy with one horn slp day of Deemba', A. D

TINU WILL BER ETI'E ctduige' patfwAypaed arl a oliri lr and warts on each side of neck, 7
Jaa~~hose Her alsl. : the osapaikaes rei- ida company during the Spanish- has white heifer calf 6 months old; Notic Nshe"b
Aft"Jandry 1 Say Mr.R'g Lose. He prell p acko Eas recnd American War. He went to Jackson- one red heaWe cow, tips of horns Noiei eeyS
of he affRey Geranpare postne fro Engla csd and his ime iate afte tha conlia sawed off,,ma'tked smooth crop in one Williams, a mino, wl

New York, Dec. 24.-William B. Grtemn are ex astine gortial 20,o0e1 a' hiiesnehsb e a, and'crop-opllt 'In other, with Hon. J. N. Cossm, o
Ridgely. Controller of the Ciurreney, ackaes wep toxasted ni 20,000 series of violent acts and jail sen- yearling calf, same color. $10.00 re- Suwannee County, I
the ~~~tences. the latter of which he oftenofceiteCur
was In town on personal business to- retired examiners were forced to elddb raigot ntengtward. J. H. RYE, County, on the 27th lA%
fay. Before leaving for Washington stop work last night nearly 4,000 oelebr breai bwngo t th eaigh w-4ee27-3t R. F. D. 6, [Ave Oak, fta. A. D. 198, for an or*w tonight he talked of the financial sit- packages were left on the tables un- er's home, raised a rough house and theA~ unlR' ITEA. .drsned iams, go
ntion. Mr. Ridgely said: opened. tr!ed to strike Meader's wife with a ______singular the right, te
"I think the situation is Improving Christmas was celebrated in great carMne hnf~Jo ii saeo h admns
grdulyan ftrth frt f h teSimple But Impressive
raull, a ate hefis o testyle on board the steamers in th thecin theoin wond wicltre
year the general expectation seems to harbor. The giant Mauretania was later caused his death. Marked the Sad Oe'skma. situate in Suwannee 0
be that this Improvement will pro- wreatned with holly and other Christ- ---IPensacola, Dec. 24.-The funeral South half of Southwes
Mi Ven more rapidly. The returns mas greens from stem to stern, and STAE rmmIlc n ako h aeUie ttsSn rS otws ure
sad*s the last call of the Controller's a great feast was set for the crew, at q TAE rmm lc n ako telt ntdSae e .Sutest quter ed
bay pony mare, small blaze In face R. Mallory took place this morning qatro otw
000 have come to hand so well that which each sailor or other employe adbbti.Rwr o e eun tS-McalsCucadtecr Southwest quarter ofa
we know with considerable accurac, ad a bottle of beer as an extra. anWo al eadfrhrrtrn tS.McalsCucadtenr e o eto
tiecitatln s i Iswit ____________w-dec27-2t JACK GREEN. tege was one of the largest ever palTownship Four (4), IM~
t~*dtUiia ti ihthe natioual ___________i Pensacola. All business houses (14) South and EZit
b~sks. Upon the whole, it is very "C'UT OUT THE GOSSIP." Our New Methodist Prahr eecoe n lg eepae quarter of Northeast
tisfActory. We hope to issue from hlma.Teassdriswreten (10) acres on south
Wshigto son rahe moe cn' It is not the prettiest piece of: The Ocala Banner of Tuesday has hafms.Tels a ie eehalf of Northwest quarter
plit taulaton f coditons ithwriting with the most curls to it, but the following concerning Mr. Atkis- sml u mrsie h rws atqatro otws
Plt auain fcniin with sa Wi he art sin a ndbwed hads, Sectio~n Twenty-six 11)
free from ~iel~nes~, sorrow. pa!n and the Fi~t Shot.
sees best, and we must submit though Some Inj~ea.~ant T~th~ A~ Stat~l 'are and wl'ere all is joy and ~lad-t .

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BQ ofro the SpeakeDisric and the isRE AE T HAN h 200. toh da rcytis of eeme tonsiebe 50
htae hoave be bhegn That tntut UN ubrodayhs misaer dnoernIt if oncde that lanc~ il eea or even shurpafsia 1gm ofie :
It ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~n atsi htb enietfrM.terndt horore e in
1r D ANHDM FRH litlenoub tha over heligang ill fol INT W=norsaa mpoe t h ie i o
~~ ~ Rulosit.n Almredy tof dgtheos goT toB EAH O w o Vrkiniais dumorig th devo
frmThe plnih Ditrict oflge thteR TA tocp chu h tis ofeasconsiam l mom11108 Se f te haven beens chosen an isut- M ESnuber of the mners Ctoin chsurchOMY
ANe fory m.cnCogesa Ltl oe tAyofteMnr ancdo the hueddrch etalebt John of ~
Ito is snai thaorhe snint flo n Mr. BRecdIt.eifo s huDe or mor menu m rogu /
Saebca membersiponto the ouee-IUIg o okti onig hs h

All Fr istt ok ocnrlth w ee Alive w M
gates from his own district. NOTICE
ISmthson &Co., and mlthao&
th eclia rS-eese ofTCE Co- NtcIshreygvnta h Jacobs Creek, Penn., Dec. 19.-An Penntngton will buy your cotton, Wasgtn Dec. 21,_11 ~
theholdayreessof on- NoiceIs erey ive tht te'explosion of gas in the Darr mine of either seed or bale, at more than and house both adiowned IN doe Joseph G. Cannon Presi- tudersigned as administrator of the th itsugCaCopnlced market price, in settlement of KC- a brief season, maWl J~,s~6
bow- will te launched in Estate of I. A. Adams, deceased, will'tePtsugCalCmay oae counts due either of above Airms. house Proceedings were Id~s
Jist what peculiar form onl Monday, t-ao 13th i sy of January, here, today entombed between 200 Respectfully, a fiery speech by Jobs Wei
will take Is a matter 1908, present Uis v uchers, receipts and 250 miners, and there is scarcely iG. B. SMITHSON. of Tennessee, protest a
the pooesof the Spek- and report of and for the Estate Of Ia ray of hope that a single one of Wellborn, Fla. deci-4t adjournment of the hoom'sr
have not d~ftnitely J'A*Adams, deceasd, and there- them will be taken from the mine CIAETSKLE I. Christmas holidays
upon apply for his final discharge is alive.~IUJEJ HM "We should have goseb
Sthe time Congrest, convened administrator of the sai4 estate. Ptalve wrecked_ buligntestreet and throttled the tksv n9 ot much to the Cannon ..H. WETHERLINOTON, viarntiy rteckie buidins the u
vicinity ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wa ofs temnanthcod-Tr H de DoffnNsper tuered ackntogthe bea 4 s
Mttalk but now it Is to be tion of the few bodies found early In "a i oe hi aderig, e~
maft, with a hustling I Seaboard Train Tumbles. I the rescue work indicate an explosion New York, Dec. 19.-Practicaly a Atrk t uhi ngl iter o
actvely at work in the Charlotte, N. C., Dec. 21.-A tres- of such terrific force that it seems wreck from the excessive use of cigar- Yrluhnl nurdwa
o(fiMt. Cannon. During the tie four miles from Wadesboro on impossib1,- that any one could have ettes and 'with the grip of consump- ject was before the h~em
'the eaboad AirLinecollaesed his]"Oh," said Mr. GWiesk"% m
~hMr..Cmnon has with dif- teSaorAiLneclpsdthssurvived It. to nhm r ila ae un oeta h etm
tqu~~asdhis supporters from morning under the weight of a freight All of the thirteen bodies taken outtinohmD.WlamBkrTn- oetanhegtea e '
aut Into the open and push- train, precipitating the train into the up to this ', -.a are terribly muti- er, aged 36, shot and killed himself York will laugh in Wall itot to the, front. There were Pee De river. 't~wenty-one cars went lated and three of them are head- this morning in his apartment on what I say. But that doem
b wa month ago why he into the river and also two Eighth avenue. He left the follow- m rmcnenn hrIgI
ib be kept in the background. There were no catastrophes. This is the third mine disaster ing letter to his wife: t dponl and thi otry np te
z mi.acout of the fact that The accident will cost the road qince the first of the month in the "I have decided that it is best Ippeo h cuntr h e~
0 so much talk of the re- $50,000 and traffic cannot be restim- eisobtunuscaudelng hudlavyu.Ioeolyneresponsible for the (highwy cto
of the President, and ed until Tuesday~. jWestern Pennsylvania and West Vir- other besides you-my son. I have Ipsn nuncsaypasae
A S. a a a t ~ .a.A~.aara -



AMERICAN FIELD FENCE .The Fence that is best adapted to your lands. Try it and covneyus

Serwin-Williams and'~ Peaslee- Cooking Utensils in Tinware a
6 Gaulbrt Co's Paints, two of the Enamel Ware. The "Blue Dia
.~best. We can prove this to you Mond" Crockery for everybody
from Government reports. from the modest price to the
Ask us and see! highest
OHlS Varnishes Stains Gns Pistols Rifles Amnto
For Sae by Hair Hardware Co.

*Shelf Hardware, Primble Cutlery and something cold in the "1JERSEY i4 ICE CREAM FREEZER," Next time we will tell you more and dot

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Studebaker and Florencmagos aos

Log Wagons, Turpentine Wagons, Harness, etc,

Tie and Wood Wagons, Farm -Always on hand a fine iWe handle the folowing well known Bugglee

Wagons Dray Wagons, Delivery, lt of all purpose. Anchor, Crawford, EliBlunt, Babcck Thmn

: : Horses and Mules at Jones, Hackney, Sumners, and Wire-Wheel bat
Wagodns and Road Wagons lowest possible prices.bergScahBuie
-- - - - - --- ---------------- ------FIANIA LADR UO.UNITED STATES SENATOR -MALLORY Is" DEAD T"ESRW ?H

ByDranged Operator from the Pensacola, Dec. 23.--Senator, sh i)fl'a iin thie Confederate navy. Ie I Lt i, vongresses f rom the First dis- Negro WAho Seriomsl Wo
South Whom Theni K ie Stephen Russell Mallory dleid ait onterej Geoigetown college, District Iriet of F"lorida and was elected to the puty shermifta Been
imef.I12:48 o'clock this morning, at the. of Columbia, in November, 1S65, and! Un ited States senate by the legislaNew York, Dec. 20.-Because fur- Iwigautdi S6.Ietu
home of his nephew, D)r. Nlallory wsgaatdi169 Heauht a lure of Florida for the term begin- Green Cove Sri ~
ther credt would ot be allwedhim-lass at Georgetown college until ning March 4. 1 S97 to which ps--Sheriff Weeks ha c- t
tho crditwoud ot e alowd hm-Kennedy. Senator Nlallor\ was
ore4o- carry 100 shares of stock un-! I uly, B1 Hle was admitted to the *,on was re-elected in 1903, with- Stuart, alias Candy Boy, allsas
Ul & ri&'*.n tb&eprlce should give him siceonNvm r20wtprl- bai- by the supreme court of Loui.- out opposition. In June, 1904, he Boy, who shot Deputy ShorflKu
prolt, Charles A. Geiger, of Beau- sis Of the left side. Hle rallied sonie- iana at New Orleans, in 1 s73. Ini ro~eived tbe degree of doctor of laws Tuesday while trying to plaem~
-fort, a. C., today shot James H. what., but early veilkerdAiy )C'gan sink- 1,N71I he removed to Pensacola and from the Georgetown university. der arrest. Stuart was wane Ophant, a member of the stock ex-1 in g rapidly and was in an uncon- bgan practicing law. I 1 7 heSntrMloywsam brofthe stealing a pistol at Orange Pa T
*e iange, and then committed suicide. iscious condition all during the after- was elected a member of the lower t (flate committee on commerce,! deputy locating him at a tvreU Mr. Oliphant Is dying tonight. noon and night. Senator Mallory house of the Florida legislature. In fisher ries, naval affairs. Pacific islands still four miles from MajT1l1i t
* Urging upon him the neces- your wife and children first. When
~SlmIag a portion of the you want to shine with extra bril- hatti4?sbur~4, NI iss., Dcc. 21. ----A
t~,9s at GoldOeld indefinite.. l~ancy go home and light ~ ~ meeting of many members of the OF 1.1.1. ISA DOSE
household. To which we state legislature tonight adopted rewhole Taken~ night and morning it relieves INDIGESTION,

at NO
IORGAIN~ ~ ~ qp1lern;HU

Webt -iM,G atwehv a, BARAI yarduieo Clering osnew Cerutificates will bho aepted t u



PAb~U an c tha wehvusu ieo ltigi nwadu odt.OrSo earmn scmlt neeys~q
BETTER THA I EVRWA.Ovr5n 0 irso Shoe inthndus.~54~ichIrodeloh, i al colrs, hic wasMEN' SUTS, ll $20and he ate~ styes.Any ^iefr&L ., .