Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01773
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 31, 1891
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01773
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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~ mAI OKS ROT EMIrtI~E n trectnrt itofwayT
ti t will enbe eeryF ArilrL ERT STATE
_\ '- - Chicago to entr the exposition grounds... -- __i "_
.THE L-IGHTS- SUtDDESLY- This kills the Illinois Centra's- onoOp-- WHAT IS TRA-SPIRLNG: It
SPT OT-- oly of the -expoition traffic and puts FLOREDA. % "
- -* the directors on a footing where the- "_. i -
Y --' ^oT~- r -andietate term for traffic. The right E STTB CO SEI- o
of way is a srrp fifty feet wde runnnno,-
C RCo'D OWIf OGS OrWSDE TI E EET- irren a r-our rom the esxpO i- 1 I THE IMPCROrEMI=rTS MA0DE C AN"D TER- U MME R
rn HIaYLEa- fit A H D OOiR.DIS 'CE ~on entrance at Sixty-seventh nreet to POITICAL AND PEOXAL PJNTS i
"1 -. -fs~PENJLhxmIT) w ODOEocs fEN -rr. [the Baltimore and Ohio tracks at Seven- PEE P .
nor- STON. Tex., July -29.-While ty-first street, where that road leaves :There are not over six vacant dwell-
preaching to a lar auience here to- the Illinois Central. ing houses inlbkeland. I k
night, when in ubeli Mddile of his dis- The gronnd belongs to the Third The approximate strength of the far- i
conrse, some people on the bntside National bank, J. Irving Pearce and mers'ailltauiein Florida is 15,000.
turned out the lights and rotten-egged Dr. Willounbyb and- -they have -eased ee
Rev. Sam Jdnes and his audience, most it to the exposition company for three o f d e nt wee. -
hOfwhom were ladies.. years at the -terms proposed by themt hise 0^ : MB d S a I V.hI-
lfere is- great indignation felt and world's fai- directors.-. F'ur -trackpa tbls ..fS" isis tlakeAbit i pleasant
trouble may ensue. will be built to make connection with A faxof tS- 58 wi to4be leied in Ci- to the tage, and acts
the Baltimore and Ohio. That road rus county for Vpose of erting MmHptly oan ie Kidneys, i
6 G -will give the use of its traks to such a jail and court bouse. CA BOW "l I ows. ce8is the ys-
CHARLESTON,S. C. July 29.--At an roads as may care- to enter over its -r of r o -ier 5pieons we re- f' -dispels c Ids, head-bi U
alliance brbece at Prosperity, New- lineand pay the nnal literate charges le r ensaCoa t :to- thefe ver Sn 8fEs C Ite IRL
berry couaty,- today, a etrios cutting without the imnposdion of the lxtra $5 Iho in Washafnton City. rf ts -ciaf eer Pis to
tafray-ocurenri between James Hunter switching rate demanded by the Illinois of ts
and Teodore Morrisev. Itwase aused Cearal~ ; The: Sanford Journal vil g to the tte ad- c-
b- old feat between -the parties. GETor. handle fi part of nefU aTMith, -to he stomach p rompt i Lo clear out and
H terwas strck on the with a J 29 hi way to j. and truly a its
clubt and seriously injureLd George was vii ted by a Cud-bum yesterday C r ared n t! our C Fall Purkc ha
orris.received a bad cut in the face and great damage was done,. The Be. Ziegler, a- eored man vg mend it
and neck which may prove fatal. waters, running from the summit of' near Waukeenah, .h a mule kfile ty el. len iade..o- n to tyof
-H. M. Singsly- rushed in to stop the mountaiim.. cae. dbwn Main street, lighbtntig during a thunderstona a few ed nyowet t
fiht and was serio-ly, perhaps fatally wave over wave, carrying everything diays au. -of FiS is y ~le in 50c I T ArT
eut in the thro. Julis Wplng was before them, including boulders weigh- are . bottles all leain dri- Wi OC JJ
cut on tbeb tbehand intynv to ing over ton. he jty railway 1a r namner o ewe sailBoaW ar c- Ay li M h
stop the fight, and eerael others re- torn from-its bed, awnings tordon dwn ui P. ro-
lenvBlle, earr -rting -large 1q Ofi ri T
ceiedmiaor injuries. "~ "andi water mains -uprooted from three 4rin OMr3 lit O h a- i
- i,. .-I bsell t6 be used- in the- repairs of th promptly fr y or 1l ..
A m-ajority of the business hou'&e are shel.
iN t t oM, l f.itno m 29, esM .--A e ith three or four feet of mud, A policeman killed a ne.ro in ies-FR'IA nC SuRfP C
mpeia -to- the o a from Di or sesio~, O andthestreetS present the appearance ville, a negro killed a ommsssary boss SAc. N i- _
I, sayst WLwUihin thip- t few ,daysl of a volcanic eruption. The damage, is on the Suwannee, ayong lady -tt"pts- ,Y. qw R jS 8 1,1 0
:ct tharedrfted-t : u re in ToW-i, $1000 The water receded in three, to kill her lover at Punta.~Ard;a, mth- 0 T a We w ish t
-tr e hours, but the indi-ationi are that an-er killed and twod&ageroisly wodarti -h W 8away. e W
i"ing i f the prohibition wtiket-was other flood will come and the people are in Bradford county, a landslide bures%'a fHa-- --l-a-w I L .-. of- awe ,
wi~.draWamhe fld. Ifthis- tep ready to flee to tehills at at.a moment's ;phosphate miner, Murray is still. at- h Coia w;or 011U esloc w e tui
-is amANA610 ft1*M_'be~bem of "thinty n Lh'erPiU. when the 0,reees' e
Snot t jW~liebeauetofthty te. -i large, and the farmers' alliance are With heam^ P^ureW-geIrao ad |
:. at a repubjiaN PsKL~ N GETS AWAY. iatwork. These are some of the impor-- S^S. 6 5 ,ot o1 cJ, __
matter party being afraid of HIiLoNO, Fla., July 29.-Ford I-er- tant events of the week in our state- ab-- 'g^r 1 ATWUSST ,1r
iii t! lers the b iorer--oiily of Jaknville, who has the govern( hAs not appointed a Uu~t-
a esh.- -- robbed upwards of half a hundred safes states senator yet.-Ocala Capitol. LOS
-haveI Ith tatn and w. -ervintrg a jten- ear There is more moIney Tullhassee -- ail t
r.fr.-w between t _repalub~ sentene in the. pri-on at tlis point. e -- t--i-, ._,. + -- J O..i J-- L 0 iJ
:kimp.roun the cell-house last -nihh ,L m os people t I d FOOT WAlIAV-" a t
bore tw pd^-out, FOseton R ibe solodfat som epr
ee.y ,-- s teel bit, drew the shackels over hi draft M 0-
Acircular has* been issued bjyThomah -heels and slipped out between t he round y i
Ow-g-tiaaclge- ea r tel of the -garIds, This.- makes his fourth standing demand certificates 6f deposits i d e dR es -pee
^- ^h e M eslcatpe. He has serve two prior sen- t, the amount ofethere Williamsa & C
t- thepib-ie pnlse by "e ten-em andi was considered the harde sti are two other banks which -have. lar :i
repulan party and hinting m to1 hol i pio amount. deposited with them, besides! NrI f
-- oft tk fadp tha t, htnti- Don't Cttlet -, which there are financial agents with W} i-
livee i ties past sWted thepribi- It is with the goeatest confidence that money aore;--Floridian.
SHood's Sarsaphl)ra recmrnmenled tr ti-ri wat:winter Mr. J. M. Lee -purehadt ot-r Frtyles,-quaiT.- an t ft the" exeti al
io lts ali theirMpower, retaMr of 1ss o apIct.it.-idii,-,-rtio. 'l h -- r. M- wee -e a n .. I TIIL 4f
tl- the cmi ment would nowbein order ache, and similar troh.. Th, mtdi- a wbear, which'hecoufined oat Hiotel ITn- $d .Agent. d ra su iL GIE i
H-is ir ular nwte topic'of eo- eire, ently tones tih -totnacih. asi dli-dian River foFr the amusement of his!- "E,-- _-1----- E 1 r L L m
israt in nth Campaig n, di it has 1^stis.-md- rti ake n-:rt ..h: -." gte tr.-After the season was over theL frat Dus % 'r^&i Sn. frr "oo,
v esa tid Iii the reiof t;; ste t reran, n-m.t,.ii-ate t,.: jhh,- fr tr takinz)" 1watr wa- left in charge of sOme one at dleris- wend for ctrm1ure. re the rf
make ttlie bold-assertion that the repub- -themlu,-.v.- lontiug Rfr aintli t :ig the -R.KI Ledgle. for safe keeping. Last TaiH o. rZTgT Ir ^P i0 B '.Zp
icas have soMld their party tOe old Iaint-.odt- p -.t ti,,ith Jx. rili-ipiwemkie broke hik collar and ee ahpedi - yrn. e1-2 ibs Fre>.l Mlluntain But-.
-water e j n -an- Itiy t.tte.r. h ver- rhtetI h van- rWHIPPED B WHITE CAPS. the .l' I'". t,. f' .,t-., yiaft-anle b-aindwas found in -
W PE -H CAPS. -tither had i-el d-c !t in ,-uta-h a -blood .ludge -Fultz's room over DickToi n in'tS t
RALEIGHN. C. July 2.-r. epots ptr'tfier nmd -ar-apari. u ,i -re. He had em{ti-l Mrh F.' trunk ad -ti r" i tuIlk
havere reahehere ofan outraepepe-. thir Ih!rat- iii -tti-,didi nn' ...ni - -e""1[ [A th $00 W rthS
tratledain GranvitleouBty near-sm p. rri-klv A-h, l'.,.- 1io, and therein, calmy enjoying a nap. Effort i) tA "13 ?RIC[& LtI
-kpo^fllee aIew igb f t a byapa rtyof- -as- "t rh. T,-1 hn-t-- w ma, e to secure hitm, but witahtrttt }erb ht '- TT" I TO R l
men calling .themselves white -t-ai.-. arti-d to jtl,!ih. *hi.i thi ,sriu- avai!, till the hear was made drunk n a our ince Iat.
Ru-or1 to the effct thatfifteen ma k : ^ ^ manuf,- a turer-f r.e ,,- f;-a.ful ltr:. Cocoanut, ics as and ^
S, ... . anti d w- -tie-nt-ii iue 1 -in_ t.. ..I'. I-.i of lauda nm.--Ju o x.ur. "I a ....

ed men, armed t pisto viui e iI'ricv Ash. kRoo ., unlton.anear Port Orange. -was4 L- |. UW. other _dcIcaci>. ''c O-urt
house of a ,woman named Mry -Gree.n i tritt Iv-ry t-!i'l, ;Iirt- -etrd r a-. In. man nam-d Lawton in a DOU-
Allen,. Who lived with her son. and car- a-i, !iae Oh.-t if frielul- i ert:r- of '
rit herr tothe w(-sc wtheren mev whits- '-y hibii, Rh'iti nttisnm -r.f>t'Ua. FllP .i$2 for growing -fotton ai `ndo -itgo.e aIk vmot-
-- A D*vI. Malaria and Feiia- nwa-.d in_4 1F e awl avi7 THE BEST CE M TRTIGEE. P
ptl her nearly to ,death. "-pliU:- ) "b the Ia- n" l 4J.i MIarhx- to me ami e, ft beat an. oWA UUV -
.ThWerew-Aat the time in the hou-e war.--- -- -...d.. a w :SV-E .Tl... IM._ "> _w .i 'f :_. p 1- I .K 1C 4il s f
i t in .er. i.arh .in- f,- t it-tiatrstin Nt.itIe. re-[taNri'hett it aand male sugar on it.-_ i-4 hhe it' l 1t n-tf
ir.,ry n. d ,he m"-" f.L- By orIer of the *-i-v 'until of W. P-. V-- eal then pnrcha- the l"adn. C u ieSi)? .d. 4 4 "
turlTed and tit hit al.-terrily j tf -,-: il -iP- . rt. it. whi.th was aweft- 04~. .AI I M" .li ll
-4 --1Wi -I ---a ..- w tf e it *f ,: i, li th 'h te r f-orelr se and purchased by--a l ,nffw a=, dutWble- ThT b
era .ting h .i odY -l-ned o'xr .th. .. ... -ii -hia- .-n -i it a d m nm u .. .. or, w.. ... tao. .
No explanation of the conduct of the kept OI 'ptln tilr th .hr Atn't-. T. .land I-ir.. a< ararrE. a&r) rw' 'r ,
= . ,_ i t.- ''I pir~h- rh- olavf toa~t, L. ns-^ Th--? l -d wa^ 9 0* ?csa. K-g*-rT M ii inrci < n ui .t1
men h.reaschtb i. here r is _retkirtie,. t seporrel ^ n pv i s0 u^ e i OA t -en SEa P T EMBER- 4
that thirteen parties were arrec1d but s*hpot l -. the t Ithn vfr t th. acre.,., The tiner w" of e.u off*" a-
-havpe proved ali--ti. 1111t.br,, t, wrt ih" tf hS -,% I V t,, s-, For a Term of 8 Mionths.
"-- wi k*. ,-~,,, i ticr tgalty- h a. m d tiA ir 4.. a .-
TL A ROW- i-i -'-i 4 t ik.T...r- t i ...4 a.t y h other a.. lAr't r'r nt1 -air dziwi Ae =&be.
PalxzJalv 29.-Immu nwe crowds of." k ,,- -m - C,-,R 5,. '- ?. A M,. P ,
peOp le tmatd a lh Sl Ward N. li mbrt ic :i-: l Ipart' Itpta n ioa ^ | a le--;j Ia p1-a.e rt Tod r--
this afternoon at St. Mmsde to witn*-. the tc-v north f the e,-h-;r of Lertv r.n a man. i-s m-, nhlr, '.- t i y q Ah t^
Sthbe.ftrrar of t.,he vitims- of th ..rr- t et _f .tt ;- -h.: r of- hat Poi e *.A of hhi like i- L i a "t Fir Sa PIT .-. l'. ,i '
hie m itt d-disaster otSw adavia .st. 'Thr& M aii1) the --I zer o"twat r m wh at r hax at e LW-k-i e i W w r ./-
.. branch. of. ,r- on wh ., ithe- t r- ,i-w i r .

the pretei ce ot l prefect of the d-n iritb- .-itn' o t ,f fhu rc-- z-ii: r f i.:t t B ,R zi lBi-tR .it'm i U M...r.j r I, *--- r-;i ;-. ---
Mail s r e .. --- zf- . ,lV i,, h _fii -_ aq: -% e ter :h -
-llhmetai of rrt'o, to keep the e .rn Wh_- tiA-" -- that t*- eA T itLSU seek--,
-preentofathe e and truong de n-1 Su. 2 1e h -at a, -t -t --k 4i, ..n -U ...
r" ..,; l * li * -.--A. Vj LA. ,.' *^ --~ **ta o : m.- q .r L_
the pres.ser. r ,-f L4-r.t t - -fcto " de-- i-.stv--h '- u ? i r' ci- .... -o I- t*- r -----
TbeO t.were tw n v-.rto.. thearse, i the -it-tW ... -. --. :r --.-:;i .:. i- : tt 1-
S. rthe r iem ter ae.di t o their t.n-i: a-.d c-": -.- -e 1 7-1- .. r-i-.-.. 14 .. n - ... ..... -- o- __

bo p. -Al lof th-r e irm -iam - :* --' '-*- --- :' _-Y,-i.. -_ g'-,2. ,i^ I U .4 k I 111 :
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its merits so wen fknown that-it seems a worfe
of to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent faMi=es who do not keep Castoria
writlin eay reachL"
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do goas it has invariably pr:uaed beneficial
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S" Bayin Hounds Lead the -Way to. a Cayv-
em That May Prove Valuable.
J Judge J. W. Perry, the well ".novo:
-Ow-en county nonci.an. tells me the fol
lowing story of a wonderful cave ghat hv s
been found on Lis land in Mor.zan cunyv
It has only been explored a short distaace,
b1t-to judge from the iica-tinm -I ts-.E
.be miles in extent. The ave wa fonin d in
a manner worh ,relTng. A parz of .fox
-hinTrs w--r.-: u:- a q.'iy wiich
Stheir hoianis had sprung wa-n the snd
denly came upon a high ledge. At the mno-
ment of arrriving at this p-ina rhe -bayiag
of the hounds was distinctly audible, the
hunters not far behiuLd. Suddenly the mu-
sic of the do:s cea sed.
It did no: i4e away by degrees, but
stopped suddeniy-. as if eachi loud mouth,-
animal had teeun struck by soine iVisible
force and forever qijeted. T.e hunter,
-e re a: a lo-s zCo a-_o- r= for h 1 cftZ,--1e -
uon. ,hile w"-:f-ring what buc-c' c_
the dogs a -beli Lo':ndA iLait i':d ` -- .
uaabie t2 oeey up w-i t tue pack ;-Q'ii-e up,
and. runninig below t-he- iedZe. s up .a
howl of diL.appointmeat, and te hue rr
cllibed down to where thn- o-, ha'
stopped, only to see' hiim disaapear injo th"
side of the mounmaimu through a a Irge, i-
re"Il.air c;:eii.n
Prue,-:ri-. to-ches of piae kn-ots, he
Shnters hastil- followed the co. They
na.d no t eJue iore taa ll fee.. .-;:I
entered a a-re C';-niler wie Y1-1,
dome. Every- inch o space on tohe wal"-
: auLd riot w lis e .-ered w.h Su inui e cr.ua'.. -
that sparkled like nAillions of diamondi
when the light of the torches flash-d upon
thean. .
Tue -fn h-airried o-, however, rvin' tc
overtake their dogs, tha4 they cuid noev
hear faintly ba-ying Wvithin-- the bowls of
the earth. After going about .wo mile-
throtgh beautiful rooms and lofty arches
a d failini.g t e, c:ie a upon the horunds. the
Swear hunters had to retrace theirsteps,
owin- to their hasiiy inmprovised- torches
beinr nearly burned out- The dogs came
home the next-day.
few days after its discovery Ju!ge
i Perry visited the cave and explored it a
S short distance. He describes it. a-s one of
o the most wonderful caves he ever saw.. It;
one of the rooms there is a. stnane wall,7T?
i yards long, 4 feet high and 4 feet thick. It
o is built of limestone rock of a kind niiot
I found in the cave nor anywhere -nea it
SThe judge is at a loss to account forrthe
presence of this wall especially as i: is
cemented together with a cement as strong
as-tile rock itself.

- rIaVy. June in. at- p...... IRO.Qft- ....... ?Thurtday. July -4. at 1 -pMi M anyv people who have seen the cave at
ondavr. Junetha:pm -_.... A 4ONlIN_-.sundalv Jul-y 5th,ati ".UlP111 the-artificial wall are inclined to.think
W a, .JttIy -.tt:r3pm-_...;.rEROKEE...-Tne.i J'y 7nh. at -am thisis the famous Swift cave. where that
Fidlay,.- July-W, at _.- ar .. -------- MA EE -t.Thur-.-' uf th. at 6bA-n a
Monday.. July ith. at-pm-...-....~~EMIN"LE-: ..,!rIl Jvl- =-. at -ql4 i worthy minied and coined silver a hundred'
SWednesday, JJly ,,at-.3pm.... U .. rsTues-.-.lv i. ve-s ago. If this should prore correct
Friday. July Ith,atpm-...-...A.AI)N!IN. .Thurl- ivt, Jut'v i;lh. at l i judge will be amitlionaire,a-Sw'ift;'s
onday. Juty-1l:3-h,at3 pm ----. CHEiI .KEE: ..... sunday. July Ifih, at pwT e jue wi be a mlionaireaswf
Ve-uy,- Juiy-jth.at pm......YEMASEE......Tue.day. Jily 2s-, at ,.:pm c ave was known to be one ofthe richest
Friday, July 17th, at pm- ... SEMIN 4)LE- ......Thursday,. Jui. ", ar -5* a silver mines ever opened.-Cor. Louisvilie
-i M oday, July 3th~at3pm; ....-IRO~-IS .....Sundlay. .luty.)ah. at S.tti air CommerciaL
W- ednesday, July 22d; at1pm ......A.. "AON A71 ....Tue-dlav, July lh.at itl. -ti.tlain' ___
7-i ay Jll 24th, At3pm.. -.....tHEROKEE-....Thurslav. Julyv_3ifih. at.ll-,a --------a-
odaay July VythAt3pm.....YEMASsE -..-?adav Aug.- ad at 2;0pn_ Vendettas in the Philpp-nes 1
-Wed s ay July2 tiat3 pm. .-..EMINOLE -.. .Ttsda.v. Aui_. 4th, a-t atpm- Blood vengeane is a sared law wit-hth.
F idaay, July3t pi ....... ....JROUI .....Thursday. Au-'. h, at Bloo vengeance ia acred law wiathth at a11
--. _ Qmianganes. If one plebeian is killed by
-- - another the matter is settled in a simple
l;T ]-J(_AI1 [IV E% LI pNE manner by killing the murderer or some-
-,- oneof his family who is likewise a plebe-
.... - - .- ian. But if a prominent man orpoble is
killed by a plebeian vengeance on the mur-
SForSanford, Enterprise, and Inte reed"aedra~l~m so nuh h
t ] nderer, a mere plebeian, isnot enugli: the
,---, Evictim of the si offering must be an

Points On theS John eqnivalentinrank.
0 Kns River Another nobreman.m tail( t4wao
d - n dered aoble, for their doctrine is, -What
kind of an equivalent is It to kill soMe one-
"- who is no better than a dog -Henee. the
family of the-slain noble looks around 1
Ssee if it cannot find a relative of the mtur-
;'=~~~~z n r d a s a t -: 3 p m . -- = " .. -k .V
'slesves j, ufloavletfeiorantord, Sundaysa Tesdys-andTursdays. at u::3 pn. Retura- deerer to wreak vengeance upon who is also
la-, le ve: o o yd "n Frdy at "]~ a -"a noble, while the murderer himself is ig-
StW \xeaxner- ^1E-z~tkzf s -1 nored. If no noble can be found among
: l l r a a his relatives the family of the murdered
'---...- veJ o o onda and- r p.. e mni man wait patiently till some one of thenjiq
161w.e 111i k vine, fr .4$Mfordt Mondays and- ]Rridays at 3:30 p. m.- ReturninW, lea ve San-
-fiad ""days an& Wednesdayst .m W ia. received into the noble's cste; then th.
SThe-at e sears are fitted up with first--class accommodations fr passengers, and vendetta is prosecuted, although many
tb. lbies will be supplied with best inmarket. i years may have elapsed. -
+. ... -" .. . -I W hen the blood feud ig _z- i zfie a reeffn-
eseraim PFl ger and Ticket Offee 88 West Bay -_tre-+t, Jacki-oinTill-. holorida. Z r-
: ..F dn ciliation of the contending factions takes
.F.M_ RO -NMOyGE.Jr.e Florida Paes. A5ent.i n,,.t: I.- T. J,-knvtil. Fia- place. In all the feuds the ead-of tfla
W,.F. OG DEN FA_ Y.Traveling Pm A._ nt.a P wlin ;r. -n. N-w York. mnnmrdered champions ne:cir tof-f ai litfe
J..0 PELOT. Fretrht A-gent, on wbaor;, ltoot Hozan St...litccni.\-.r. Fic tan
JN!0 IHONVARD. Florida Freight Agent!. ,rNt I-ru$ .. Jaf-x'.'nivih. Lt-. home, and the head hunters celebrate ts
J. A. LESLIE, superintendent, foot Lxaira st J.acksovi. iii,.. L-affair festal!vy. The skulls are fixed to rhe
MARWHALL H. CLYDE A. Tra-iTeManarr.5 I.rxli.^h;re,--. New York. front ofthe house.--Profesor F. Blumen-
Tar3- U. C-EGER. Trtic Manager, 5 Bowlins ~n n. New Y,,rk- s .
_P T e e.l r n w Y-r m 'tt iLa Popular Science Mant:ly.
Win. P. OCLYDE &CO., Gen'.Agts. .
1.-lSoith Whurv-Philadlphia. ." Iowliug (ireen. New York. I A college friend of mine has a- bright.

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bro-ther "- in'- t-Yteaeh c.Tou .soimei- de to eStrual Irr'iularities, are
tie vrr-e 0f 's:-- :-- rI~-jt:: ^pculiarly b*enefited tha wonderful
prop ~eof
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-Itled An Ordinance To Provide for o
;i _1i an Election to Determine whether or ___
notBL-,s ii be I.lned o ou- | THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.
A 5 stuct Vaternorks. and for r Pundinr -
1The 1 nil of O n tonTAMPA ^l-1I*-r E ii*E
1i o f'yotBaine-vilBe. tAnd toB-all .BnTit-zi n o M. i-
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Cit? ,,r i;,,iif u :f- O4rleans and the ,uhtne4.t.
rrI1. he f-queoiln of i -T'un ____
-. Glier, Drugg-ist. Watertown, bond- I the ity of G.ine-. .. r-
Wis.% 'i's is the opini-on-of a m=an Jia. to an itout nLor .-xcet. --ixy Dir'-c't (oec0o:,' o-_ No.-
i who k ps a d store, sells allZt-Ith anl ii'iQiW;e-t'": .t!... ;' ' -i t.
who a d~ru s :t-"---n-- 44 w ten c-.1.- w m. 'rha-
medicith .comes in direct co-.-'t rut n r i we; Time Card in Eclte May ,1M 1,-
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S th t patients and their fmi lies,- ,f aT,, cv unr hlro- _-
'4k Detter thaw anyone ?Aels e 'thlhpe 7- Of C -i ity. undir epr--__
|-aii k~s better a -ayoneels vi-ion Of io Nik 4, of the Act of No. No.7 XaorTHESx iDIv'x. N .No.4
Show iefiedies sell, and What tre te Il ..ure of 0he Sa:te of Fburidn. --p Vi, fcLv..F-rnu.ii, Ar -:.*p -tl,
merit iey have. He hears-of' all a.' pr,,eAd ', o A .- 7-i7 i r -.
the faiires and sucndnd can '-ileI "Anac* o revoke and a!.,l;-h the ; 1 pip Lv .. .du v 1 ,' -
s ^ -, .T p irreent- mTt mdi~cl* ]r r' t-rsm t <* i1r :';m I 24 iTp r -*ak...-LAv14-<
Stherei ju e: kow o no civof Gnain.-.vii!. Flri..-., m in .Haw-ho,. i --
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medice: fxr Coughs. Sre Throat. st ]-. ] rr-, a ci v- ::;Sr l : --.
orHoiseness that-.Had diesuch ef- rntu ih"-r.-f.-i "'c' 'a -"i"r -,
i feetivew rk in my to tie reb rd v,-r.+- ,Cou~ s, family aE_-Boschee's Gaii.t.villt. FI..,.. vo .a T..x i -, -,.-r :- .. p
s T er-. tfor theira!,ti-;vat atrr :, 'one'i l O to -'- ipA ** V^f ri t-T 4;-'
jerman -xx=-OL. ast I hirii ,iiv
iSorfhroat, w-i ntr NheMh on the r15:i, day.ofAu ... X.- -
.* inter a-lady called begv n o -vci m. ad ; ,; -- -
I Hoaeness, at mr store. who was -closngar 5 'lo-k i. of iidla. < p" .: -". : ,
sufferingfrom a very srC. II, S:Li boizd-,, be isa-ned I in --a :-, : v -- V Z .a 4
seve*cold. She couldq3hlr1v talk, dl-neminaiiois of olne uidred lollir- : .
-i ; ( each :n1U1 to bHcoi tie dea-lo- .-A
a.d ftold her aboutyrplow wit- T v th, any dlupar. N ... .... .: .,,- :.:- --
0- 11: ,!a "i.: .;t :ll 1' -:-:.-"Y ,'t l :.uii -* ; d4- -r~
and tat a few doses wgiihd gc-ive re- i t in v Taw trom iutlsart ,of issue anI :
ilief;,ut she had no confidence in twenrty ih,"ilsa i dln;.ch s.. 2K-i N-- -
patejt medicines. I to6-her to take iini ten years thertifie. until the1 fll 0 ,, .-...
4 a b-.e, ahdhf the resals were not amount thereof Ahali have ,been paiid. :in ;. -. Z.-n, ." 1-V S
satifictorvy Iwould m no charge regnlar numerical order Said bondu to ..... p _r rus--. ix . -..
for -A few days after -she called ii CiaAr- Matl-it S 421m
saii than six per cenr. ter aiutuiin. Ipay0'1e pti? 61T Ar ..t nt .... i-vt+ ix .'-
janmpaid for it. -saying' that she annually, and no bnd to be ,.d at ie tiiI .-r1h trIn..4 .i.v i- .1"1
Wfo evedTbeowitlhoutet .. .lieas than par. t-Ar I u-ilxxiLvji
woT d .e,^ t ,e r:at 1 6u -- 4 as ,; Ni"p f Am r .t,,nx-mi-;<, I.V.- .,- l-%a
af doses had given H .irdie6" (. I Sc. II. A taxoft eiit mills on the -'P ;- kaTAr .A n ii-n 1. li i'-,
f ?{ ~ dollar shall be ae-e ed and v ollectedi an- ,t Ar,-_s .... h,-;,< -t. v -i+a s-..;
[-', nm i-nually. payable in U. S currency. (T I-avt Jt.1 i-i.2 M'ilK a4 ,1,t.. u1N01: ay.
S^ ^I~"*^- all the taxable l roiert wy -ithin the vr-_, a ar -i :, l -, ---------
I porate limit f the sai d city for.he .,e y e*t-ipu .\ -.. :-. :, 's z
payment of sali, bon: and intlelres: ._rri -rs Jac lt- u ; '--
C4Mnej ~siet-ituu e.=zrs iruu.iwi -'. to k i-\-.-:-l :
Pro;vid- A, that tfile sahouid .ncil r eir u;- 113-VS3 .rI Ik --,, .
{pend the v,]lretion (if any tIr tt:'not. 1Nn_.2 .wF__z 1- _N w. %,A
:.-jd tax at any hi wn ie when it r-ll al ap ear-, 7 :a- Lv .:.-i'k .r "-, .,.
th at a le-v of-a e -l. a ndnt than eight Pha p i: L-.. alrdwin _B Lv 41a, 1 1
m-tiolan d ollvar. d -11 ae tht 5 Ar. iv C-o I' ..Lvl ti-p .I-
i+ .on" thie -hIar Will meeaNt therp_. .t t.r x-- -
Uireientt (f this cth' .. < _/ l r,--- '- II 4 I 1 _i 6 -G
S$ix -c-IV. The niavorof thi iz i .f 1 Ai tit' Ar. o.. Ix 4i:p
hereby re quired -d to i c tealnl lfor _oaid at : p, A--A ..': i- p I! "
Tf i and ^eleiaon. and topiit-ish the same Witeek-y, IVS-k li2 rt i _i l WIU2-ia ie-
-in a q newspatr pritittAli htie te e -ov vt f c, txa 6 i ,t r 9-- .! -s
feill in 4 Ixit hihnJ

** -* -* _ _, ___-^Gaine._ illj F1c ridtiin tie ^ a inning wi l rhlini ai ,e) rBB,; ,- < s :',,-.,., ) -:T,
Stwo dav after the pz-ssage and it approval. ,e -,i .. ,.a .
I-o -of this ond inan cev o.- 34. '. .1.Monto'd.-.. Ar ...
^ ^ SEC. V. On the next d:iv after the 1 -- r .t ,ti ,7 aB:-&,i
-elettion, oras :-oon tlhr aftew as lOsi- 2.. o t.i l.it..ill .- lx- .....-
S. . ..o- -- ble. A the mayor and citv council, whoe- -6- a Ar. -- ,a-winnxti.-Lv I, .
53p 5. -shahll ontitte he canvas.ing Ix;B, ......h ,ArA.. ..SChk. ..-...OLv ..

D d RaitPriay Ar.- Wia, L. ROINON ll&^ ^2 .? piaA
-iBishal meet atto the cirt tliwil- eia natieAr -.tAtI. V"K kowBt.
{ and publicly lroce& to t-=ai .z the la- ... win Ar. l -
'A 13a Li- lalttiu. -_ Lv -p -
da inv o as'f Vte-ast-:is hown bv thi retu-rnso --h - Lv .Lake L-
file in thie city cler-k'-haii'dsand shall, .... i~akr.Wr itiaSpn Lg i ps ....
publicly proetlhian the re-ul1t of -jid i--r__, &.Lv p .
-2 Dp Ar --- V ki .... Lv -5 t ......
election and t-anva.s- at id -Agn a Ver- .... -.... n.. Lv 1t ......
B one should i P.P.; my tificate_.Ahowing that the isz-uanee of -...10I Ar -.. -U ta.... Lv ..... -
every ot ldm l eicine to bowl, A wat or wai not, arprovedka. ,,L- ... -
y, vitalizeand e .the blood majority f thte tax-payer- of .said city, 1 O i d llu fftpia -
1**]IP,, B iB -actually voting. as requiredd by hw. .Ie te--camtweJk sidw r-le.--
Si A-id sdaid certificate Jhall e filtd wit ch Seruna th1mD PIo. I *af d-Ir -rwa
I.XmisiA 10 have loaMI sen sbin e--

w^S^Sv''~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h iiinnte~l boohktnKM~t of the~fB~n rin tiM city couTnei i theap toudtp exeusima$ ticet iaBw
cuitv cler'. anid by hint be reuorded ulon I tweJa ks~ifleai Tal e _.

adkiept among the records of his of- Hrole t v 13 Bai th, Ualittd iWm.
upod to iduuntrip ex j. ~
the.- e.n~al i na~ t~uy .~i. Ix .) fC_ vasi tck-t .-

.ial ? resdentproter of he ityCm Tiekeoe Ut W.txY xsyt. r i -

oaa e oot o .- .-d P. P. P- P a st-D ih. c-i ti he Et- .c i. -,__..-- ..-
pl-o -p.ri:fieof "--I m the age.eoaE allday tlf J l9 A.t 189.r ron. -.a
_A JulyM 1891.I= G D t. R - .- -,

al te eei aLP .PAtt--t---O.D. M1oars, City Clerk, ~ lq ";
wed jtly l~d~td. : Iat -

: Ol BlodP~n .ot c ereby x-e mt .ha.t the f~twfu _
I 5"o~rhe$1d alT~lli~and !- I~iIL %~t 3t'.'-..iaruc.laett! kleisa lieTo oldiytl natlc_ -f br .I ~l-taleit-iili~~t-!

I on are out of slpimi ta~ke P.. -P., +
I dkyshPk otr'-Time Card in EffectJl 1th, 9. 1~l EUJEdt3,k~.I.-




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