Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 1891
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01777
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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 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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;GAIKIESVIILE, FLORIDA, WIYNDATY OWNIN AUGUST 2 1891


^-W:- ff Jjj1 .fl- W, -Joe, had gone to bed. I took tZe IURRA A- l TAR S i -PlP feesAce seve1hundi-red dollars into _
light in his room tY 47ugonp-airs. Lana Lzma j his lte pile of lt winter's oran s 31e
0:1110oin i A n bi D im up. He saw the j -- -on*; and is doing all that anyr brave -- -- -
HUNO.)A--. TRE aEAST MovERPowR-- E THE LATTER ABLY D"FEX s.- coul d. T ommiss i
- --AL-LLLE "a -and then Out out the Re Aid he .DE.. --.il baek -nup.. ,a hasgone a nd
S11 S ris going %h-is full lergthlr4 mud make it
_-,__did n ot recognize any. there. I didi h---he t .
_4-_ :t rec-.-,,,ognizeth vte of anyone. I fAr hmI.-.D SU-,GGESTE BYm-s TheHre
.W--P---k P wtek a_.- let,'sz aer: Our peoe-are on
.: : - E I-- ff WEE AT_ -- to _t e- name of the co]oredma 15-_Ai '4wr1._ M UCH =.-:.. e <- '
VW TOWNiPjDA-vOTHiaAtrA -KSM rcl^ ^aA have been, traln^t for ^ A I R
&aMBIGHTSBDY TC D coud not see whether the, men i ita xr oA a7 iti4hrebesentrain& or a
N1Z-AYMlS-A o DE--ATH. white or colored O T whheer moo ewa kTssthAEn-: ^-8h-r of a cetr in che scol ofp
VO Tin but the clouds were passing overitYrYAug. ,Tht itare tearinfgi limit,
Las Satrdy;nero n.ed _Andy it was dark- saometimes, and sometimes r in con ider4 t Irnde- To vetheyotsre riik-a wh
Fod ~ ~ in ~ citicsm s totheffapenig9-of e . To avert serious& trubL-, al
th Her J ._. was- -_-ar -^ -' pastrfewmoth.ant-iz a 1rtha must be taken de
Rigt- s by --thorlities., see yyin. dealof-it tob t me saafew:ora ive. eanbe tike- exct -
reseas-anaceomplicewith MurraHrH- 'eU' e ~
.... whippingofopee.clord,. of on e. -. -"HG".HES wordw hwbiech m 4be a!pu)of x chance) without concentrate eff
placee_ s-days befor or ~~On-1Wein O sWA testified: I winmd, but meaby, ho, clear away so.fif bhe has o many hiding places andJ Both te method an Sulta wi
Sl ed-. in the ountyjailwasnot now anythin a-bout of.themistray ha.defied o o many backers. True, many colored Syr. Figs is .aken. itis-peasan
r Jge J,. ardn . c- Ie w eng. iat rtoo and th successful evaed arrest, and ti people-ood itizen-l Mury ad refreing to e taste, a act
-b ef- e J wjz e. -J C W- G ard n F'er, n co w --pl -g o -_ i o n a o m n h -i-" - - -_. h. a .r . .i
je on M a Th mony w. ol sHaei, hst a rood th to do so. and- erery thinking v capture and work in harmony to that gently yet promptly on the kidneys
-- ---- on -- o d~ noise ba -a" ........ fw-- -tv -d n tha ma ._ ... .. p .. .i .
ie Mea. alread-- y a knw ouHaltday houoed I heard a noise theoryfor accomplishing his ca- ed, but isonn denthatanyier and owels, cleanses the s
jug teefr fie --hi.'- -W ld_ bod t$1yB str d ..ki. so sath far, man-Jmpl _hi on TI u I.u u-. eontstip atind-o-.. Figs .
edged se- part in te 7 whipinoutside and looked outthrouh the ture, but no theory has yet panned Ou do not. and tevwillcontinuetohar- tean efect diels colds, head
: =. _- ppl o h orack in thebliad-. I saw a lo ofmen Itoril-v and seeing- the failure bhr and feed hin making poble many aes and fevers andc hcures
t-phi-esw, o U---Ile.., v.-, -on horeback. They wereaek. of theories far, many jump to pid ,of his dotn last week a j p -
Pt appear"; bef betore and talked some five herisf and the air is full offu andt OrantreH light.--Th.,ref I s n- only reedy its kind ever
-n defau oref bl.e tWinWe before got upto..see. Many fur N'ow lets have a linl c6mm.op centrare on t nest meeting of the du-ced, ple g to t as an
people- leave and. return t th bl an soe tu a Countv Commissiooer.. next Tuesd ceptable to the stomach prompt
near thr -l thouge ubti ,,
he-was *-hungin-the Inear there at late hour." so I thought thimrn. Murray is no child or ordinary week, September lt. That is "the inch j ti and trul beea in
where Mihel no of it. They were countrymen I iw-breaker, but a bold, murdering d^ beore the sw." Signatures shoulddes-1
-hlnd f. think--did not bel6nz h ere They rado ho isa splendid shot with his 1ab arndse nt in. -a ligaanrv should ien C- t, pa ol o
Mnrnv'arnnfn bs 'er notwh te- ie .1here -lerta dos:agtadsn n ndm n hudg n hati adarebesbtnei
Tony- Chainpion, Murray'sconf ... --hite men. Teli gh w- -- heretofore unfai W, these, rn demandin., the appropri tion many excellent qait. comend
were lynhed early in mthe spring. Ford j claTee are beealo heretofore unfvi 4aehni tPheer dto.nonetn, and lne made-it the BI OS
-w .i^_ \_n -here mia a den however, areon., se-ondau consider- -ufiient -um -to acoli-h the rresmltd yv kw
-rth ame m.b n_.eople, Ireckon. They went upUversi- ,ions, for no one who knows Fennell1 rd Ta h' e the --
Champion ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wnt was and- prsnedmc.g~I dec-red. That accomplished, give th1kwpofFgisorden5T
S-t~mlmpio wasandtpresented. ulcl the[et Street north. --The first I knew of the -h'" -- in P " _yp-tr e
same. ae.n.. Th i was m - a I .--isdeputiesquestion theirreadhi es i -riffa sowing prcporon toead bttlesb all leading
sama noe h ai --wa.sng colore^ man from Colonel to walk on W Murray and shoot withjdifficulties to be met. and-he will .aUth1 g A- rlable drgit
ad with extrem seey a ie- Coleiougah's place. told me. He said a him to the death to take him FrMurray. He has good judgment-, bra- i ^ n have i on hdill.pr
m The people ho lived in- large lot of people were at Conlou ,. Wv w wh-l for e
__ :_.. _: ..h. .,--.-,, ..m= = -tich men asrTucker, Wienges,-- ,very andzelndkn tati r ~ ueI lo pl o n n -h
mediate neighborhood -of -this groe plaee yesterday evening before dark Gordonl Wienges, Hugbes, Knox and f ee of an lltua people is fixed wiest tit Do oapt
w--*ere not aware that' anything iunusual1sotnof-hiOQKeeaoteshvKnxadIu!eeo inelculepeisotrt.lootcetan
w gn o. -Th i- -a shooting off their ns.. vel others have been out repeatedly I fat on-him right now. Why should he substitute. .-
Sthwing abmgout.itntil-themorning light Joe Cato'- t n-, .iony was the -ainas 1sking with Fennell the opportuniY to falter'? -Gve a brave mal a showingg. CAIFORNIA FIstwur Co
^ ^t~~tilte morning light ^ ^^ ^^^~i AFRU WSRP
Gord onWi -nes -wr n- "t" o--i captureR, and it is nonsense to talk about LOVER OF Jrs-nc. .. W -A. ..
towed the swaying uody swinging ba" theh man found hung today wa% an o tose men sa-tanding back from -""nerur.^ NEW i,, .
-i, the .old oak .... .. h o 1 j. Su' c i- -p distrp- after eatin-, o r ......... ... ..
_.-- .p-ai....t of-t iW. ithesameman, Andy onoi, who was danger. and no one doubts that- they D-epia..is. r ..e. afe eai n ,--s.-r .
'danger.tonuwh. los of appetite, a faint allult,- "e
.7.-__WI_..FU -o. tired y terdaybefore Jude Gardner ha each and all been loyal and zeal- I ge feeling, badtate. coated tongue U>OU Ie- o
wlayI[for aiding andi abetting Hrmn % thi at -ll '
._ ,. ,_ .-^ -,^ ? ^ ..r dingndabttin armo r ous in their efforts at capture. -hat be-heart bum, all relived n c a by p or u
-al test o.y wentt stowa lrv, and whom he fiad returned to the necaso we mu'-t realize he -P P. P- (Psorkiy At, PokI oot andP i P. p os ePotwi^ i loofa.
.a. who did the lynchin were strang- i. .-Ing t e Ipuy j t w i giiate the vwW
min theplae.e The .lt men wt ft f Th jr tea a.n u mary considerations in this case, wbichj o gives anappetite ani makes yVM ., TvS.S3 U
..-_ LOu-iS -The ju.ra f hea adjourned until 3p. r i are that beside his courage and skill, well. -at- fLfTbfst. Sugre.dLsrf
aift-e --.-u V a .. -_ ... A- a..e .r a careful con- Murray has the woods-eraft ani cun- --- t ti tS
hoand, T and isrogl reprodoiwed below ina ow
a wortnl&- Thep t- coroer's- -ury was- sideratioa of the testimony, they ren-- ,nn of an Indian, _. and. is t-horouhivly -- .. --. W JH -C.n Wm COwAXY". cmiCA. ~il..
A--- ._ jder .th.e fllowing verdict: -aquainted with the Hammocks, !te --h-- -.O .. .-
S A.'- -Tn,.. We, the jury, find that AndrewFord Jan^tin whic-hhe hidesOaving. bt Wabyw n e 811001 SHOO.8-! 8HOO110?
Mo-awL-.J"AvrarEKFn, -{ cmto hi d-eath by hanging, at the his home from childhood, but above all, --ie^^Cha.ii r-t- -i M vy curious stories hav
0.7-^ ._Grnrn. Pedrikl_. After hand ^ofparties nnknown.. --'th,,< country inwhi-h he hides is full of! W b mbtea-tOQi,
i"n-g o and t'. In an interview with Sailor Houx. 's ki and friends. whohartbloor ...B...V--_ ._- ..P--^. be mtold in Ganevle late
we. i -slythejry aed TaxSuret por .- -ter learned the followin- and w btr and persistently I.-<
-::____ . : :: : : :
Undertakerm in,. Th,--- e y= line- f &ess, t ha~iI t wer not brought out at the! t iati.L---t i -l A l. i .. .- "- __-"... .I",-_"n !Nml ,tlll~~ ilii i

^^ ^g -1^ 1^ ^ inJdkkrde'aieeheny 'ouae a sa esi i n h tc Japanes^e Riedieso.-O^entlemen: Jhave nothing of the kinid t4
^ ^ty&aolaa gone u soar I wentl thav k. When Iwenftitat Failulre, olf course fora time.rI think your medinewillJ do all and I regale VUWith, but if oT0
a:me--l, said-: A. an---lld iia.-ttbegatthedoors open and tha t .ha taken' Eager courage goes out to meet him-! mre? than you clai- for it- I have li-,iii -
-M my d lA-bou_ _.et edoo~opehandta.nhad taen|. simplyevades them_ and finds ebee trobldmanyfrar -with a bad j1 '"ll at
...... i .mydwlhni-abwtm .r.!. o8 elect_ Anody Ford out of the jail. At least he,... ."- -, elofPiles Itrin ,rr... v--,-
st niht. I was writing some letters as ot therewhen I went up. I nod- .1 a ease ........ ,._d _o,_ ief il.l. yor une.tI VA T T E I IL I N'


at my k the hill. He sald there I-Bed the deputy sheriff, Weinke, a iiveryyows e ren i uedreeb and am ued.
weetwo^iv-ri&-, tb-ait occurred" - been persistent day after day, and night S JAMES Tuoxrsox. yTO will be convinced of oi
Whentw deonse ibcained tohsueadwk baeiinwt i ram2 h ham-nNTCdOXO-~wxre i fble
gate putup aprisoner u --ha ,, C~Gordon Weinges tohl the reporter that' after night have -Feanell and the other---- --_-----= ---- Iftetion to ol
=s--.~l---v- ., "s whlen Pouxecame to-bis hous-and.w ok bir -a ---me .--w-,,.- u tr.i-- p. -the h_ -im- u l t X ).-l DE r "- .
broughtt frxom- HRi --Spins- ow the him up. the ]vncher must bare -n i k d -- -- "ppe atnd lo shos-, -cos
friht"Usitt. Suspectnl nothing, I- none three quarters of an hour. Thev Iswa wls were "In Cireuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit o m c. (I .e and l
e-ntoertiothejilnidswthrweemen notknow.which waytheywentadconablei our warm beds. S.ilL of florida.-Alachua County. Vi.,.-_lt.
a-, t the gat. On ...med -to b rso eonulddo nothing. Weinges went 'toI the result is failure. Whatthen? Sim-FE. Netteton C in .
.._C _-- -.d W.: I. !find the -sherff 'atd the decision they pn l ls, it tkesmon -v t k.*p .1 v-. Bill for "m- ..
-- t proer, the. otr two were. zIt- camne to Was to wait until .ay --- .- NotPle tope-.M hen t nien-in t h F. Jolly L d- $ Oxfrd r t t .
pi him by the arms.i the same as ofi-- thbe r would investigate the matter. e w to te Notice toappear, plead. anwer or -e- t .
.en do ther _p-o opened ^- ----.-...---cl to catch Mnrray. whether we think and 1 Miur. La.lr' $1..O s (iszld redued to $l.
CM .l the-ir_ looneru s- I -.opened he- T- e "G great B"et : - t"erwi"r' -' TATE or For "- I -D to
. . ... .... _--. __ .. . . . : 141 omerwi-e or not. A prM )fof-this! . -. .
ea-teu na-lkedintohejailyarduthy Whichpeople in run down -tate of i- o A o t Ts C Tarl SrF. s J a- FO a $---- ...r --r ..to I
I state oP ~~~~~~take the cas e -of Rivers. Love. iwas in T-hrsF.JlyGetig-__ __
f .llwed. As I Went-t shut th gate, health derive frona Ilotd'-s Saraarillt. -e e, -ver- .e.. was n it hating been shoiwn b Afflidavit that U .- 511VEL Y,
-- s netchig otr iner rushed into ,conelusively proves that this *nrrciue -t reenVille, Madisoncounty, the even- the defendant, Charlfe Jolyk. is ai
"--- d T"- e -- B. hv .-',malkes the weak -trong." Itdoe,- lit ig lie wa- shot and bruzht in, so am non-resident of the -sateof Florida and
--.-- I *np-^p&t he_ must -av act like a .timulant, Imurtg tirioris acquainted with thiefaet- in the cae.: that the reidemne of -aid defendantwt a. p i t | T I
voefrom dowrn rota. I didan!'L see: theh-rctclTalr
S t0m Aet oyn. I de ngtb. hut 1ltLH3-m h-rili- bui- - -- at Wind, r. Wakitn ut. -ri (or a I l i
Sar.a trill' had nobetter hiding place than
-low they could have gotten there sO up in a perfectlv natural war all t ie and that -hail d*.ndant i ,,tr the -a.i
-= qufr. Btl i id.n't-sus.pect anything. I weakeni par-. puride' thre l.N ami Murray. has -zot, but the n ro he.ar- of tw nty-on T rr. A L L T.,' f
;-;-witheir. i, -Ir o: h o -i ,--_ts to heAlihi action thote important horu! ai fed him like they do Murray. It i- therfTorr oV-rc-d. 44-,ntiler1 aMn 1 d.\i.. -.1t A.
... be ..... -pa of the -"-n """ "ahtvani thtde ,id ,~en~n
n teerlypa, the kidney-s .d liver. nlpkin the popular -heriff t ajudgeil that The -ail dfendant,
s frequently, when -the-officrs bring' -"pirlh F..-,ly. t'atL-ar. -p.l, an-dat Na t OrtrIa Fitm u anre. a
I "down, there -area hbaners-on. A Wo rt v e, r-ffron county, himself a -plendid-sn or 'emr t- rliaitmitn .irtle sa syini.
A "Wonde rf eulyri. v and th-e -ieriff of 31adbi-n hil ofempulaint ri oi r-b-n._a'ti--[ t
S-. wake p and un lck the jailt Th worty clerkof a country church tr-i- :ml fi-t ied him an-i b h i thda of Auiurt. Ao. Ia. i Samplec on Han
iwer- dtor. and got- alight. -It w1 wzwhich the wriur once frequently attended ral e-
burning-ta!on the mantel. piece .in the bed was the happy. poesrotfi atreiendan- againfar tri~ e l~h ong months undi -it .- deiaultw'herr,,f a ,!s-t, r o ,1: tt" f .. 4FllLi e pnof1r atIhrtpt
got ene F.efi aoly t w-ir 4;
mn-s- AsIstart t ip-istairs-two mehn ws-nYs- "" *d- the b F. -l vt a . r Thankl .nh< p r tfC ?oa pmnhintnnanrt


"Dout vo make anaarm at al, or' lion Th itnetevlaes^ it c-a-na -ingi man the barking of hl iniltn SS ^'at tnrae^V Wr i ASAchGE
we wil e -ould be hla, if wri" downoulJ pratr lpira W R. SA VA Gq Ef,
Sw. vokedu ion. I co-ro e the -ic-ar be takon ina few days. -In W r Wh rof.- haveere. io -e - L -e-- . .


i -o n m BA d t. ... .. .. ... . "- -- ....died, and a _ran.erTlook.-i place-a nev ^* Si
os gent"emn. r n- -ing the wsiilolle s et yha id atnd- d afza ixedt.h f orii -" l n,


he sovd m nto, aroom and took' whean iro ten~dos aAAwbh-incnr ^utrn patofsh stgte we all know ^ 'f".,h' th ^ day ^iFREfeH NEATS.
---hy th" s er| ra "y s d "w s .. see J ly. A. I*.la Y. AIw II -L 1i .


"- 'dshrank asifa blow .. dR. Gaile. ia.
-^ -" t _ I--- \ -*... .n .i.M. :M r- A__ I ^ii= .... W x~ a auI ic (me ; . i _' _- -f * T rii"'l lx t U D r e v ) .i-~ ~
a.. renres. I wAU an arS dan y xrmonraza with the urn audibe as-a fact thai it ce t .e o vermen":t A Per K.C. W lMBiER l. amia-illionJ^ Ae. ofadea :r -pinde fw- J r A.CARLISLo._ 'u. e ,1- n. r
-d-_atbt-emy an M suppoe. They} ist fy, wouldspeakthe p ne l ladian -Tai the ts of- -lerk .ir" i tr ite tawelusr te play4.na ii iad I wilt r
..w.B -B w f -u 5 l Z ltea t ly am, m a o I Captai Jack hi- t L Be- fort PerbE.C.. W IMBERLG.D.C .& r4 ght ast .
,=- I kne w-- Y wM a t--".-d. arm st a mmered te ai.- Witt. with the mnrt t he Goerah t .W .kn_.- barkaing. Pit'_ Ator.. -- - -
t he Itn theb room I s "pp aej-wri.ir av tht a pe d redf:.i._mhpod4, ,r NOTICE OF El tirTleo .

-Me. s tlthe kys, Theytiri ae ntiId thirtyw -. .
.__in.- shmeir ,n.fi ei n t n Ithn-e a- th o a killei wh -jr ea -the ---- Z.- t .- -- -- c-it t i
ans not the ?tc. One 0 tWO * ^TiBLne his atit h "grandants utpylsas d#^w~ le, bru---sfh l^iie aXd wit! bt bal
lightft~ wAr b lwNad. ad I should socklingayhd het t -n d t - d w- a. the w r- "" -. ta t- tt i-nt i _i aI feweuz- j. -y.i fw r. a -- 1i .. a. hav a s ,
-S-f .... A ... - .A OFT. -d and it to tht. un1made- -ga la ta .La e ta ead -t
y ^ *"* w ma '9^-4 y t e m 5ea a yL fl small u the j wait .4 ti city .4
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rt .... I""t i -1"--: -e no -i t. 4uUs w kille-d -y I, 3 iLB. - - -a l S .- -
Vpaoft ()Del OrM t" Tb Mm t r.t -bP.ita A- __UI t 1rt~t'tflcws

a skied S 5*11kM thTM so thfS'p uates. to th" Ago"-i h- 4 xor t-: hIs oSct&sri a e2.f


FTWCENTS -A MONTH.






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a n and the. -m- iwfI the.- --l -=- -t a -
do htre ccept saea -Ail&nid r .ifts imct
lenis as their ancru .dt t tew- -
-tag Articles o irwotoa
irTul The tiith ttlTni rperxthmftnn ha'i '
sbe N.ttoua e Pbom aipn. s-
pr ipal --i b .e i- e --. ct -.

S tetf Fllorida. -







e o-rer Tlwga.r SwiT e gewumn b u.iWE s tm-
-pan yorCArportlonshaitbe thb*aiing -s
I r.::;:g owning sad itoidint. je~g^a
ofi widest f t a the -Welda-
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i i~n. Thi ( miSU& i 'taint.'-,-.
f i nfoir ianif tael n & W .td aWN& -Of
t vbws" flks And qthr vmiuca miberals
- repwim In t-he state Fflrida, and ibe
B bcytBo~ningfcbdingteiaig am! ope~rt-
iK ail miclhinery 3-ad atppiasne uweemeary
SI anad proper e _e ubed iue e can ae r mA .
i man qe tent atti. bmia m t- -
Third. The amount-t capital- stock *A-
- Qsirid shLUi be O-ne Bcmmftld Tbronsamdt-
|Doars, to be div-*kd in onethm ba s
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H .F.a o- --. J. i,- ? afc, . -
I iirt- Thflcectm o tbhit eott orationshi~kll b~e froa and eall'
- the f.lu ratheflkrtieo-f.Aantt t e .
O ffi Oef !t*3eecetVOfl It th e Stae 'Of FFrida
oI TTillahaLsst- and withthe It ftie Cl?- -
SmUil Coart in adn for .a.chuas .oaatr$'. o .-
_I < and --nine for -te- a .ofNi.e5 y-Sil
1 years. '- .- .
L i T b" duei_ of sai m te r.. _ptir" -.
-! abllabe condoned by a board of noi Aess
I taianfour dirrlorvs. a jwcsaent. r* Pfasi-
L tetent general W&udgrr and a *w-k-retary aa& .
treIsUrr. The Aim Board ofi-ittreirtmsliaUl
_eu* st ot the f MIMI -namaed pcrwne: it
-I F. Dunriftn, 2-. <- Nn K-W&.'-. B&t ROASOU ad-
V_. W.Ct'ane. who shalt maxage taee bu Ftnftw
, | of the co'rporatioma oroox-vtae-' or au til lbtfr
I |suvccessors- -_eleie4d and qualified. Al-
I. -subquentkboard* of dIrectcsshalhlbeifen-
D ,ed at the regular aanumU nwc.1iBg^ of 4&
| stock-bolder to bi held on the fta Wed- -
%- nesday iu Jannury ia each war
D The B&ar ot Direetemrs -4il elect a pret--3
frent, rile-prevaet and ganed ma e
from their ownam too en",
sameFs perioa tbe
Strint. This coan~p*y 6 at nM tamr 4-in-
cura -hitity ascednu aceoaiftne iacamonnt
.of ttacapittaeitock .-hstd.-
Seventh. Therpairaze oai of said tom-
.Iy? ishall t^ ab ir~priwid oral- starnp beakr--
'lag the wnrda fl'uriiaiuosphate-ipi?
Corporate N's!, Uahionaittt, Fit"* -
Eighth. This rn*nny shall adopt b"-
0 laws not inoasmteni t wth ohe Anlese o
^ Asweiaiofn nor with the Laws of ithetatier -
F wflrida for tbe gnrrrnment of Its afltr.&-
Thosefinrtadopted shellbwebya nw pf a
r majority of all thei sharesn obfeck -thouea ,
IL e&. They may-be -aiiem&de or. rvepm^dz-I
aj the mauner pmodtdedin mid a-laws.
v In testimony whrberat vs lieinmutct sb-
H -Names,, thlfl MJay.1S. I^tS.
2.-nte tdtc;.; ;- J' *3 Niebo,- ;..






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f leave Gslae~vanhe..- -..;:-. 3^B ai
jj (swnaastaie-,-... -.. .,;^
) Highi Sprtitmfl -/ sil


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rI ew- it tiorda .... : ... ... 6 pt*r -n
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R Coan- rtitl amwT at -:=" wih trai- w
- "f- AtlntM. U attariaa CIxnaclati mad.-
1 tiheI- Went wi wth hrp .. l*-tepng -r t CI-
S elnnafi viA Je Up.' S:45 W 4rasn to Catta-
Le-nvti Gain",Ti-,n1 r -7 -
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I '4l~tw in heWtty Cr*'n tfeat the- tvsinwt$fl
; asKed SW-tilfl' iha. *Ee-hf*ceoft e D ^Ta:O-
| l~a- I ~MakeM trial i~i *fta-spir- ,^- ^-
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A:4-e' :- verbefore. The etye capitalists in
--all -arms of he country I-are turned to-
______ ward*Fora, anI t outlook s that
S-- ith.. the----- ne x Or twelve month
IL-." I --- I A, ,, r.mo man-i' h.io"sand of- i"m giantss will find
__M ____ _____ _.___ _loi.a .-
_:: _,_ P, Mis_, hero tm -mt^o inora -oand, mimtrinr additional
-illions of monMey :iill be Invested in
l"- =r I. tlatf L landsd, factories anlm ai the varied busi-
-- --"""-'- ness interests. Tbc New York South.,
o.neotoef thtprai -- g a able
-- D-A-- I- i eaeverur e o tf he most pZnstiking and reliable
.-.n, xcsepa t MeLdayy-telier eedb y carrner t
t-h ei ialifcd to ay p.et of te united JOurnals the couny referring to aLe
taepa efor-ayear Osix briot Olook for Florida, says: -
-. h Ma ereo toepate dise 3 eri-s i Florida
-. h. -ave bee a dseiid tO the state. He e
R B-eading Bo --Ie- in i wal coltmn -rnacents h
_liafe i, ~-cn ev tert s is anInteret tatp romies to gry -
m-ISesHs nefew iw Special Column one immense proportions, i or the demaunb
c:,eenta 'wlsordf every sionsrio for fertilizer in this t onntry andl the rest
a foA d0he-d avergtiem ents m ade Of he worlds beomin oreat that a
-B- u tilsl ee-tne afterlg market wilt be iasilv secured for
S'ffist ^atie cof ad ertwemment, unless' the article, be it ever O. plentifuL At
oTlise stata IconrnatL. arties not the time, the great fruit-groig
k~own Aa ~t bp- requfred to pay for ad- -
Srpinterest was never in so healthy a con-
ii as it-is n and t n a


ST1H5BWFES i SUX, the: edition of THE
.I L-r S-x,- an 5-page 5- colmna paperr
SpuIised event -y Thrsday, and contains all
ithe eBsof tle week, Loa4 State and Geix-
era t i -tbbetst weekly paper published
- Li .tYa iLa d wilUae maied, "postage free,
-ai rt of the ETnited States or Canada
-'for t a vear-4inadvanae.
AHl remittances sooi_ d-be m-ade-by express
o i =:esodtr or registered letter. address
THiE ST7S ,
GAI'NEVrLLE. -FLORIDA,


ThIe taini of a negrCti pri-oner froni
j-istL o o MIday- nig hta'ndl hanrin, him
to a tree wit-hin thr i. Ierr 11itt limit of


.didoa a2 it-iS now, and there-: is not a
doubt that :ar -by year the business
t will be more systematized and better
Understood, while not' only will the
exportable amount bd raised, .but the
, range of products will be largely in-
cread. Itike-te tirmf to learn. in ever'-
thing, and Florida i- till eoui;paratively
_ you trgasa fraiitgro-ing state for mar-
Sket purposes. When orange growing
- came into- vogue huitlreds of amatemu S
.j.- --red in, beailedt by the novel-y of l-e
i thing and tempted by report -of ti.e
Large fortunes whic-h t few pioneer or-
i ange rowers had reiizedl. -'ie bnsi-
!-nes has now settled alO\a into regtilar


-- this ity, i-i:an act which merit the J lines which eerience has S]
cndemnaation f ever eer citizen -who -be- i-the most profitable.- Or
- -liee-. in the pr-teri-ation of the public have been formed fori protect
peac- e by a righteou enforcement of the Iterests of the shippeir, perfi
law. machinery for markethaig, at
-'Fromti eireamtaancs- surrounding it the grower'l: own.nf!t if
this cat-e,as reported to us, there iU not loss :from- dishonest' -commis
.the slightest justification for sueh a chants. Those who-do noc u
:hir-handed- proceeding. No matter orange cUltare, and Who are 1
Sbo guilty th prioer may have been. pains to become patient: leanr
ihe was-n their ands 'of -the 1 officers of largely disposed of their ho
the law. there was unr possibility of hib that now the business is mut
escaped, and tiere seems no doubt of the bands of practical mep who al
fact ithathd. he tIot been- disturbed by it in a practical- way Every
thise who-i0azarde-ithe dangerous es-d range of products is extent]
p. eeunt of t-akig the- law into- thir experiments "iu gre grov
owv hands, he would have beent-legally tbeenof the most satiLattory
_ funfshed at the next term uf the circuit and many persons who plante
court. are now reaping the benefit
-- :Lytteoi. in.is denmorali-zing from every judgment and are re-oicin, <
standpoint, and il Ho instance can it re- success.- Larze quanrties of fi
-ntsuin tfhe avivane-mnent -of the interet-t rich In color and flavor, ai
-if any comm-O-ity. their way t-othe Eastern m
t i, hg;h time that t-he citizens of. ever steamer and tiain -antl
SGaiesvile and- AIachuaa eonty were very. satifatory returns to
e ain a halt to lfynher. in this lo.- dutrs. :-
Unlfrs the evil 6s -nipped i the Heavy shipments or pine-a
-b d, t+here-1 i no teBing to what extent eontinuousl being v m ade fron
the wkwivrnll be trampled under -foot dian ritver country, where the
SAnd inoet-people made to suffer. great quatities and re yiek
S-Wd the e e--ntime~t of the people_ growers very rsati-fatory retu
_g*DeraWnW- Ot -GBYib t sttgtr setel

--a-ar m epecian-ly mob law, a few erm part of tme state the tobm
-0 -hTesr ln In 6ur midst will bring ingi terest is extending and
dium the whole eon6te of tbis has made good return. All"


hown to be
Ianizations
uing the in-
ectiug the
Id making
be suffers.
-ion. mer-
inderstandI


Dyspepsia
Makes the lives of many people liable,
eauslWdistres afoer eatng, n sour stoamk
,-&headace, bertib r, loss of apyetit,
ag faintdallagoaie"feeing bad tste, iaed
*togue, antd irregiay of
Distress the-bowes. Dyspepsiaoes
After- noI g efl Ofitse. U
t" r equi ee atul ten,
Eating and a remedy lie B iTWs
ganapart wbieh aets gently. y etMffiltt-
It tones e0 atomic. regulates the ges-
tion, creas a good ap- Sji-ck
Spetite banishes headah.ie, n --
and refreshes the mind. KeadaCiO
"I have been troubled with dyspep I
had but little appetite, and what I eat
Heat distressed me, or did ime
S- little good. After ea I
burn wirldhave a faint or- -td,
all-gone feemig, as Vtdig I bad not eae-
anything. My trouble was aggpavatedby.
mybsiness, painting Las S- ur
spring I took Hood's Sar-
sapanlla, which did me an StoM ach
immense amount of good. It gave ~mma
appetite, and my food relished and. saisied
the craving I had previously expeee &"
GEB A. -PAGE, Waertown, Mass. .
Hood's Sarsaparifla
Sold by allruggists. $I; sixfor 5&. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD& CO& Apotecaries,.IoIen, Nasm.
100 Doses One Dollar

q EG+SLLS I
rI rr fiv Lff7i t s


'13
Ask my agents for W. L. Douglas Soes.
If not for sale in your place ask yar.
dealer to send far catatloze, secure the
ageucTi and get them for yoa.
S -TAKE SO SC BTITUTE .-3






FORr

WHY IS THE
W. L.DOUCLASI
$3 SHOE CENtMEN
TiE BEST SHOE TflE o FOR lI ie TIER N "i?
It is a seamless shoe, with notack or wax thread
to ht' the feet; made of the best fe caf, mbh
and easy. and beo~~ure t mal= more i ostBhis
gadef- thaa aay other ftamsqacurja r, it equals hand-
sewed shoes cos ng fmrom to -t 0 -.
$5 0 ewilnue Haad-sewed, the finest ealf
P9a shoe ever offered for Si.m; equals French
Imported shoes whict cost from 89uto IafO.
$4 o Hans-&ewed Welt a hoe, efne catf.
S stylish, comfortable and durable. Thebest
-hoe ever offered at this price; same grade as cu*-
com-madoshoesouzgtlnfromn600 toRa,, 9 ,
0 e Pelicee -he Fnn; Banroad ;e
$3i* and LetterCarlersal ewearthem: fnecaf.
.amnless smooth Inside heavy tree mies, extea-
sio- edge. Qne par w wearayeIau.
-56 Uase no-betteraboe- eer haired t
thg2.. rce; o v te -si t
wfo want a s&e for cea mf -ndaer -.
I S --d _ W -Irma 's shoel
l I are vey at m f ad nn leba wvIeo
havt- eo then a trial wff wear aotaLe -ate.
ontii~e4mriita~. ase lngeaengiinteow.
Ladies ^a ~ R holai~Btr o;M teresd
'~as~a~lr ~ ll~_~__~aI


-jbme we stamped a lbt htoavren Ab&L
W. DOU-GLAS, &o4 o. Mm.
- I -SOLO BY
i T MAATHWFRc NI


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HAE Tu IS -1 N vI.
Meirose Hh Schoo


(For 3taleand: l'emale.)
Will Open SEPTEMBER 14,
For a Term of 8 Months.
AT MEiPOSE, FLA-.
GEO. C. c OON-EY, A. M., PaLIX.,
Teacher of .Mathematics,- Sciences and
Mits M3innie Henildrso M. -t, First
Assistant and Tea her. of Calisthenick
and Elocution. -
Miss Era Loonev, M. A, Teacher of
Mu.-, Art- and French-,
Mr. T.-T Cheve. Generai- A-Si- ntl
and Teatider of T.elegraphiy a-d Type- !
wrii-w. .- -
Thi sct-i chCt re :iZs tliehe fa't- that
O14e ot tdiV fai4- rtqisi. s `11- a te cier- i-
Sthe abiity- to im rt .instrctiou easily
mand rapidly.
The pritnipal is an experienced ett-e
cator, who has been higahIy siicesafiful in
hitting youn -men and women for u-e-
fal and .happy life, and he _;selects hi in-1
structorv tronm those whom he h-ai tried1I
and found to be the best. .
With our superior tact, education, and
-xperienee, aitded- to an nnfl. ~in j Zati !
andl lnrr v sftudPnt r ein finish -lr -'tita1r* i


GAINESVILL.E,.FWORIDA. -
New and Second Hand Carriages and Wagons Ilways on hand

aEepaieing a Specialty.
The bt 4ork at the lowest prices. Factory at corner Masonic asild -By
streets;., near k iunry jaiL.



L.KLEIN,.
M.anasgerfor-- J %


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-- .. -...-- --.--- - i I - .
i te? Zand tiare ho r1LiFtha. j in venin j Im Q I I
any other school in- the star, and in the
very shortest potible. time.- All exs- Keeps Con._antly onr Hand Full Line of
penses moderate. Addres--s. a
,,GEO ,- LEY F r o ,t- ncy ( roceries
damows F MBroUe.Fla. FCn CV
O1E FOR BI-S. CROCKERY, TINWARE, ETC.
i Notie' isq hc-reb given-t- at for te next ..
|I i)Auewmill rece:ivefuras i, 'as fuita .,'e Ijer- r -i"te a d-C. h ee se sojn o -takea clarie of tue r-pairs of the r tad. -\ I I I
and bridges cf Alachhn i >untv. Thev-er--- ALSO A FULL LINE OF
.anwhjbiddfiiti for ~idi-p l5ce*-ill state in hi-
bid tMe lowes' -! zt-cm '.Cr -aB --a ndi|
take ot f 'nf t~-i ..wi I Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
ta e e r .d I A 41 1n r- l',i- a t -
Tw-oThiou* n-vid J.3i--r-. Wut-h -t-,, or vtire-
sureties. Bid 't d o . i EI'S OLD tSTtAoD, JGAI N'ESV-I LE, FLA.
Carli.!e. the C ierk-k tfher A-urd, oo ,3r -, t- i -
said day. andTm n1tw d tedo-k th& rd .j -A1l goods: delivered free of char ge to anv part of
no County Comn vs.-.onerx 'f-AI:;ch a arid nmrfrkepd"B.ltor tkin-brhi of I- the city. a
pairs- on Rcoad-' a-nd tl Briidos snl wiitih the __________________________ ___
name orthe b dtl. r thereon." The right to .
reject any and allt -i? ir reentR-d; 'B J ir r
of the- Boitard of Count'Y nnmi t si n m |1er,
Aug-st6th. I,1. J. A. .
__FIIRN1110ff ANnf IINDFRIAKI


I I. I IP


s.. H HUTCOINSON,


Furniture -Ind


JAMES- BELL,-
taoey, :'School: Sppes
Books-, JEte:


GAINESVILLFE - FLORIDA.
N-ov. Sd


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House


Furnishing


6ods


i BURIAL SUPPLIES-WOOD AND MEKtUC ASES,
SThis line is full and complete. undemrtaki-r Depsrgment Opeu tDay a"d
. ight-. Telf-graph orders- -will receive prompt: attenti, amnd I will -rlotH aily
-attend'funerals in any part of the county- A.'S- Hi-UTUHi O. -
i mar 8 daw M- anager, Undertaker. and Embalmer; Gauesville, Fla..

I; H. .F DiIITIJ7TX4 & 0-


--DEALER FN-
rlrnnt x _-L _IrriI _-_1GGlnesvlle. -- 'lorida,_J -
Millnervy a Specialty. T e ato-outit tl atkl Bankers- Co
- ot," -her-- rt-*-I~-i1i ,n.-favorable termss. Speia f ili for
Will mini- haV -nld~~t _. ht sh C tlk-cdon allacessiule poi ntst i theU-ni-ed Stapo.


r- -iig greissive woiks will undoubtedly at-. F r U pricee paid for country produce.
.... an a i t trat perm nent set- lem. to tbe stae '. - L D E
l rllC sei eiiL withoaa cayding to- his lation will tend to tljtt all around ti- 1 |
Ie- -dedth erimeoftytl--ing. jvelopment of Florid's great and num i Blac ith-& Wlic lwri
A. mo A brmTobwertultenouh to lynch a- erot resources whii can only resnlt ini ftER- EALE
.a- RWinau Md W! ro, nimgot eofort a bttadily gtrowino Porfs' rity. -. .1 eia!v. a in. a
ltiaw. andas vond citizens an ob- er I [ Guara -d- J oon .-. at -a
T of the aw i. t r dr-t it. I. The Tampa .1Jmt .i h ,t )fre a r- J J ON T l- A- F+-:+ T-- : c.it. ctu- atiad tate- treon tle ntbulivan pap:r,.-liaeIhanmedl hanis att!- jan2 (;- - iL and
.-- Io-s ; _+ro ie r' u time.- in. fir -i! her rafteri t-e for the --u --e of NITi.l- E iti Ut eC .hmi-lH (.t.i o.f ..ll K.
'ti ory but-tili.;- te-.pralo~es -ar ar-1 trot of Mrr Gejo. A. I VaanviJW r -~an.il li- -.. ; -l (
-._qi: a- d i"h.-i ad- -i&~ti- la tip-. talenfted WIF. .riN ni. e v lI c.var. Dr.. C, W r i ...... . A-D-.' ft.n i lT all or
i -w it iii- t predict r a f brigt a nd r u- --,_____ I t;
T-1 W.iiYtIt.j Ithia P,- eta.d eI ratPk.in. 1&'en byo te tge Wf
-_ta --tunos aad vvh.u he At :ian ,._k T' . - It. I. U; $A.. l i r
_.. ." . .. r.. e O.rta.a'.. c h.t r e; I f r fix: T -.,
-- Iet ut wise.inint t -and cheek all+ -.------- s .r. -- .. .- o. Alexamdria,.
l .wters etO whhNo; vA teattoruin. I W e- w ld Hl Grenbaeks mat Old' Ak-. Brrx -N'.L-.-Po r ," FIN. i'i^ ..- Fi5 Orers Ei e by Ler ir Wire on C-t
itie peace, pn? i <.r1 r vtawim hatppine t peaking of mo-avr reminds me to ask ^^ ib'.v-r~-^rut;'onf tlf brain, flelI ) l)LN ._ "~~~ .;, < II
(if th -.-i' :- .-_- .._- if yo ever..+ .+z er 'e -i iiltbv ,Lr !Ir -" r- tI, fiui:--. ic +t- coritar.s Landa)I l--- 4,'i __. .____"______________________...
I-r- ,ear d ofsich-a thni~ uutil recut- % -- il i't -i r i' i' "" - --- - l \
ly wh-n ..ap-rp ucwh nn d w I happ jt o be nimakiingm iT ia & --i .-ar E- to B decy . d- . T. + ... -=
lairr I of.Power
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i29-. I.agzrir Twine. <-'rninhel Cot -
?Up!,lit.4 ._Sia -iland Citttsn
-Anmericanta mnak-e.
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Small Quantities. -
arliinia., Georga. -lori u and Mt Provi- :
anri ii -tutm&ter, England4, and
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AMMONS,-



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York, Charleston and Florida Lines.

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S- CALLINGG AT C"ARlE4T9, S. CT., BOTH WAYS.
(STANDARD -TIME.)


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STEAMER.


From Jacksonville,
S_ Florida.


J- "0me 2 t at 3pm.....IROQTOIS.-.r....'T.rnv, July 21. at
, Juns-29th, at-pm.....AThG)NQ-Iy......saidav July 5thi, at
iay, July. l at-pm.-......-HEROKEE.....Tusdcy, July 7th, at
S July dat3am......YEMASEE- ....Thurdav, July t th,- at
J, .&July 6t at pm....EMINOLE--. ....-ndal, July 12ih, at
day, July 8tSat3pm.... IRO4,UOlt-I:.T.. Tuisdav. July 14th, at
j -- ly ath, 3 pm.._.. .-..AXNQUIN.- -.Tl-rsd-av July 16th, at
-r : Jul- idat 3pm....CHER)KEE- ...S.ndar, Jvly9rh,at
ay, Jujy I p.atJp...-nIYEMASiEE......Tur-lav, Jyv21"t, at
July 17h, at 3pm ...-..-.SEMIN'-LE-....--Tharsday, Jul v Id, at
-J- : july2 Iat!pm .-..IB...<.IS.....undayv, Jalv2th, at
ayI v July- athLm -:-_.-AlO I'....'ILQUedav, .T;l 2--th,.at
- Jl~~9t3- .aS -.I.y...ISROKEE:.. Thursday, July :Sth, at
. Julyrtihat3pma.... .YE--MAEE......Sunday, Anu.-a, at
ay:( Jnr-_ tbT&3 pi.. ;.....SE.MINOLE .. ....Tuesday, An-. 4th, at
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J~*~IT1N~. TLIVI~iLt - IIiINI~


.rSanRda Eiiterprise,and Intermediate

SgPoits onh St Johns River.

'--"-teanier "Everg ade"
JAecmvlIe for Sanford. Sundays, Tuesdays and Tsdays at :39 p.m. Rmetn-
.ea-aadMo &ndayV, Wednesdays"andFriaysatla.. -

K^^^feSteanuer "'Welakfa9" _

-W areclaupass accomiodatlos -ir pas--engers, and
supplied with best in market.
r-aseer and Tik-et ce 88 _West Bay. Stret., Jacksonville, Florida.
IMONMONGEIRJr., Florida Pass. Agent, 88 -West 'ay tJacksonviie. Fia.
g D6E- FAY, Traveling PaIs As-eat,5 Bowling Green, New York.
F TgrLOT, Freiht Agent, on whari, loot Hogan--tt-, Ja.konv.tlh Fta.
1.-HOirWAD; Florida Freight Aget, foot Fla-4 S. Jaiek'nrinc, Fla.-
-La E Sup erlntAndent. foot Laura St- JaeksonvIlie. Fla.
MAL CLYDE. Asst.- Tra-ic Manager.5 5 Bowlig Gre-a, New York.
G.E ER, Traffic Manager, 5-Bowling Green, ;Ne* York. -

S3P. OLYDE& CO.-Gent.Agt's.
MWiarvI. P5ilad hia - Bowling Green.' New York.


T FRSTN A TIONAL BA...NK



- of-GaineSville, Florida-


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brplus and Undivided profits


exetliv-lv a byk'n, b_-diei-'- with fat-iiki.- 1l1th tenny l.-nki the
Ze. So icit tle a4-t-u-t--- f Farners-. '31r-nH:mt-. 4'r.irtin'-. Ac.
I-ter i,-,talkAwedlhr ,ia-t-i, arrDniar emie:.t. A ,ll -int-- tr:. t.' ,,.ntiv-.
-_ -- -. DJ. I4. 0UDok.G, 2% erH


M. GIRAHAM, President.


July 12 lS:l-*,iu-h
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-a se ion be4in. t '. -: y U.. r x-i- ;
\st e x iR k c dhw u f l- at d ; ._ u ,_ ,^ -, ; - - -,
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A LEGEND OF .CAMP OROR.

A. Terrible Incident of a Blvouae In te
Country #1 the Sio-x Indiann.
Yonwill wonder, of coure why a al
dier's camp should- h-iave receiVed such-s
name, but it is on the military records,
and no man wli ever attempt to explain it
to you without grieving oVre the recolle_-
tions aroused thereby.
I was out in the Indian country, on the
Kansas frontier, when the red men were
making such a fight against the troops
sent out after the close of the rebellion.
T hey had swooped down on the Smoky
-Hill stage route and scalped and slaugh-
tered right and left. and our command
bad been hurried forward to -protect such
settlers as might hare escaped and to open
the route again. Day after day the red
men hovered on. our flanks,. and night
after night they crept upon us.like ser-
pents and sent their silent arrows into
camp to find living targets.
-One night, when the day had been full of
excitement, and when it seemed as if the
Sioux hiad determined to retreat no fur
ther, the sentinels were warned to extra
vigilance. We knew that peril menaced
us, and we who stood seurry-iftermidniight
peered into the darkness with bated breath
and were ready to fire at the frst suspicious
sound. At 1 'c-ock I r-honaht I heard a
light footstep on the grass. It was a dark
night, with now and then agust of wind
sweeping up with lonesome sound, and l
I suld not be sure I heard aright. -
I waited, with finger on the er,
ready to fire if I beard the footsttagain,
but it did not come to me. Scarcely ten.]
minutes had passed< when the sentinel on
my right, who was only thiry feet away,
fired iatn the darkness. The report of his
Scarbine had not died away when-a loud,
I wild scream rang out upon the nghI_, and
every man who heard it knew that it was
uttered I.v a woman.
It 1t a good many years back to that
Mnihrt, but I remember every incident as
well as if -only a week- had- passe.L Now
Sand then I have dreamed of it, and that
scream has aroused me and taken all my-
Snerve. As soon as we cold investigate v-we
fountdan amazing thing-a woman lying.
dead on the grass with a year-old baby in
her arms! The sentinel had shot her dead
in her tracks, but the baby was sfill asleep,
with one of its mother's arms hugging it
to her breast.
We looked and looked, and it was hard
to believe we saw aright.- It wasasettler's
wife, as was afterward known, who had-
escaped a massacre more than forty miles
away., She had wandered around for five
days, suffering with hunger and thirst, and
had no doubt become crazed with anxiety
and exhaustion-
There was none but old veterans in that
camp, but there were tears in all eyedwben
that poor dead body was brought into
caitp. and when the wakened baby. eried
with fright and hunger and held out its
little hands teathe very trooper who had
fired upon-. the -mother. No one could
blame him in theleast, but he blamed him-
selL. When he realized what he had done
he .turned away from us without a word
and walked -away as men walk in -their
sleep.
We had washed the mother's life blood
off the bahy's hands, and the colonel him-
self was feeding it with the gruel hastily
prepared, when there cane another shot
and another alarm. The trooper had gone
lust without the lines of the camp and
fired a bullet into his own heart. morsere
bad driven him to it.
Somewhere in the west that boy baby,
nS~gm we i fg wf^ p~er
years ago leveled and obliterated from all
sight -hut that of God. At the last great
day he will awaken the dust oftheir de-L
-M. Quad in New York World. -..

What Each Country Resemblel.
Heylin savsz "They which have enter-
tained a fancyjof res-mbling every country
"to things more obvious to the sight and
utnd.frstanding, have gikenedl Europe to -a


(lramzon; the head of which they make to
he Stpain; the tw.vo win.;;-I ltaiy aad Den-
mIark_- In li-ke manner they have been
curio iy imp.erti-aent. iu resembling
I F'-int to a l--e ele:,am to a -io.n
1 Br11 in to a-x. Ir-leZ t.a an et; Pelo-
a-a
d p!I:t1it)-...< a [-.-an-V-n ieaf: Spain to an ox
-At -n-, i.*i u t t .o:-:l a_ Itl
a min'. u% : I -zth ivit.S o'iAer like :o-lan-
t;-.--is bt.at -yV cur.ou.3 and capricious
braias."-St. Lour'I'- e'--lC.

ruueral -ervice Interrupted. -
During a funeral the other day at Ev-
San-bur:. nn-ar N-rrl-in.-soteoe' nt4d
Le the niiiH:tr comlauct-in 'de tlhi`ioCis

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S1 c- dose gave me great
relief anda gentle re-
freshing sleep, such asl had not had
for weeks. Mycough began immedi-
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health anud weight. I am pleased
to inform thee-unsolicited.--that 'I
am in excellent health and do cer-
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Syrup. C. B. STicK Yv,
Picto., Ontanio." 0


MISS TEBEAU'S




Bud fay Schooe


- t- i 7th Year.


Re-O pens September 7th, '9
a Sdaw-.


THE GAINESVILLE




Gas Caogpan)


I_ to lay gas pipes. do. plumbing
ftA fiti an d all neesgappli


rates. Theyrealso prei rto nmsh

Gas Stoves
whi-- they Will sell at manufacturers
prieg, rent or let on trial. Sewerage plumb
Ing of all kinds. Work guarautee giv
satisfaction.

FINAL PROOF.
Land Offce at Oalnw-7 vile, F'a.-
.\Vn s. t 7ill. 1- 1.<
NoiRif i;. herJ ^y Ii \-u- in he, fil :>1tow
nap-edl '--i er has f-- ,,,r ,n tioli-1o make- fat 'rtvf in >up= ,rt i! his
el--frn Hut-! Th<-rf'a t lbev mr';t(" llu'e
\-Vilf iu-,' oun Wcd~s..-l-d .. SEi- tF:Mi: .:
-.y rlviz:- ""
r-.'. ilN-.,- f-rrt iud. Fla
^-4<' fTa. -- 'r t s-1 -.Tp1. s. IL I_
M1e naiena s tliw t f,"i, w i -ng w H i u k o prrvt
tion of,'agid lalli, VZ;
-I R. T'mia_-. J. ;_ K. Thimi-. I. M Xn
rly, Jobhn B. P -!K, ,iai oi I Fr: nI4. I-"i.
ALEXANIER LYNt H. R ve -
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Pure Liors.- Wines.

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i"h lavebeenagreat]
A.th nm sn-ferer fIrom .Asth-
S_ -.ma and severe Colds
emey SyInte and last Fall My
friends -we as myself thought
because my feeble condition, and
great stresss from constant cough-
iiig, ai inability to raise anyofthe
accumi'ated matter from my lhmgs,
tit i4- time was dose at hand.
SWhen early worn out for want of
sleep atd rest, a friend recommend-
ed me o try thy valuable medicine;
Boschee's German
Gentle, Symp.: I am con-
- -- fident it saved my
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-Bobo, Ameliai.. ,,-_ nniug- 5 feet"North of tW
-or. ot 14. Brush's Addition, .
ru- n North 95 feet Esas 6feet,.-
SOUtlhSfeet. West feet --.----- -
MeEwe,Sarah-................ -Lot 1. n B. 17 of Brush's Addition
to Gainesvitle .--,--......... .- _.a
M:rgan, M M-------- -o.................. fofBBsh'sAditio
to Gain<&viile- 5
Finley,S Y----....-----.. .....LotL RB, R ,oper's Addition.
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Stanett_ S................ .. or Loft ao, B R-1, Doz& Rob-
-e- ...-... enrt.'n's Addition--.---...-------- 4
Curtis, -Ella-.:..... -- ..--.--Commenet-inzs.rt N-Xorer of B 6.
Brown's Aad5?ion, run south .
feet, Wtvt 2vo teen XNrth -21 f-et.
Eas;t -2 f! e it. point of beginning '
Crawford-L John R- -- --- N1 ot IA. B-. 3 -----. .---.- 5
N:.of B .. .. .. .. -. --. .
Waters,.--...---------- ----.-Bein At, feet from N W line of B
S22, running on lEast line of B
lioofeet. Weis 1i44 Iee; parallel to
North line of aid B!ock- Noth tUt
feet. East K4 feet toplae ofbeei-,-Un
1; _. ning ....... .. :-- -- . .- 5
Cook, Samuel...-----..------.... Begin 3g feet West of Ea--t tun- -
'dary line and -1 l;feet North= -
.-- boundary niiW7e o Zi5. Brush's '-..
dition-ruan North -W feet., .X.-' 1
" .,'out, Mti! heel, East, o teef. 5
Darby-, Ms. Sarah- ............ Lts 24. !A .
S- -32L. S. i. :;5. :j T. I. anSd a .I? i -
--.survey of Oak Hall lPtaT .......... -
Soi-, Mrs. F. M---.. ..--.-. Bginnina-is at -W cor. of B 1, R
2-"' Ioig& obert-on's Addition. runi
North 45t feeL. Ea-lt 9O feet. .LSufh
4."- fket, We< t: 2X fe t .-- ..----.-- -.- 4-
Str,. Mary ..-....-........-...Conm e.ree at '-E tor. of a certain
o-.. of land ow-ned andeccupie.by
"HE--F. rI,,t:. & Coe mill prope.y.
t-i Ueace r-..fn~i a-;oth3lX tt-et. East
jl~x* ftefl. N orif ii feet,.Wtst itouteet
to rhwe of btinnin- ..... --. 5-
-k-tt'-'aitoi 01 the-Wt cornerof
CIAk lHuli esizae.run Souh b*_Knvfk.
*!1ft-.ir p,.aes
" " l i '-t h: p ae'-h lo -t fnif ..... -- .
Mix-son, -M. L------------- Be-in 50 fe. t-! East o .W eior. of
1 61-il B' ,!. Roper' Addirioll.
I ru. rth t. wT, est 50 -4eT,
SNorth at- eet. LEASt 3)W-.et STla
--.4Ai fet. We-st- :- feet tou Iae of
le-eiTnnlns- ...-. ...-. .-.. .. --.
Cessna.Mrs. Julia.--..-.--- Co--- e fet .,Lthof iett-E
cot. of B 1, R 1, of the Town of
G.ain-esville, ran South 2'O feet,
1\e-t Z10 feel. North 2 4 -feet.. --tt
_4 2*et eet: Nd.lo 1 lot lt*-inuni mz3feet
-- from the _NW cor.: o the abotee liot,
run West ant- Eas-t .aO feet, and
SNorth and South :i feet. 5
Doig& Robertszon.. ...-.- -LA. L 1.2. 34 a, d ti. R 1 ..... I
"A L. 1. 134. and i, BR2 -R
.Park lot S.BR-3,1.R 1. Ag &lO,,
.- er__n'* Addition .....--.. .
"Feltner. Fannie--- -----.------Bet n 270T fret rnm NE cOT. of .-:1-1
- !:x.4wk in a S.-ut-herly dl r e4tin-I
rirun'nlan ihte "-&outh akan'- d
Ea.t iint-.- fnet to a lot- eoiveyed
to Jenuin"s'F.ltnvr..thenc- X-i<
Seriy along the North litie of gild
JeuuenninsFvIlner !ot t:- feet. thaqt
North 3l-5 fv, them Eza-t In a
I s Granam, J. M .. ... El- %,f E- '_ o i lot., Brown's
A d- itio ..- .......- .- --- -
Gustine, Estate of ............. L*:_ and !1.7i Oak Halt Plat .. .5
--A.4-V fret:Eut and -we\1 a '
fe-el North and --outh in S-E k r.ol
10 l 11 3.it 4.
polnt o. B -It .. .----.-- - : .-- 5
Ai-< beginuit4 at the .-E cor. ot B
7, run 1i_-t 90 feet; .mhth _-kt
Sfe-t, West -et, North tt feetl -to
S" : p,int of tw1iu in ... .. 4.. t
Glass, Geo. -.. ...... ein feet West of sE ctr. of BR
Sltrown's -Addition, run West ,
~-~ fettn south IC^ teet,, Eaist tet feet,
"Noar h-la feet .... -... .. -
Glass. Mary-..- ......-....... V =of W~'i, of B li-Brown's Ajfi-
tion . : ------. --- . --------
Huff, artha A .-- - Ber'tn at a Aka p 3 feet tSoth of
| i- a "W ."cor.of thelotownedlandoceau-
pitl by T. F. King. rn mSmoth 1f
S feet. Ea.'Ft 1- i eet, SouAth 313 feet,
SE.--It 21-5 feet, North 140 eet, Easn
1- feet, soh In feet, East wfet,
orith I545 fiz WestheW ft -to place
of begitakinz 4egiu sl
m .ar v.- ...-.of t B n. ... A; . ... r 5-
L HMrs. J-a....- .. ... enl iet et tm Ie *SWor.- t
_,,.,=, "~"a <. _. .^- ~ H~ .o ...,t.- .-.- .. a .:jr
t- -. 'I-d Block, rBn aa1 N or-tf
Nrwn the ter mma of aid -Bloct
. 1ii a-itetthr Eait-:l l-fe-t, the
m | to,-T..h place of he nnlng. 5-
.i JOhtLson, 1 lin,: of. bct k Brofth'# Addt;on,
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swnin flahINELL SPEAKS OGT.-
Hls fTfioo are ufer d at tfe BeeeCt

x m^m UiFi Su*Y Please allow me space
- yor paper to spea my mind in re-
-aa1 to th iobg rt Anly Ford oi
Xn:: ky night. 1 waot in the eotn-
',ttg^e~ t& ~ qeaeavering to eapaire
fie oiuw, Hrmon Murray, and- knew
i&imgto the matWer.- until I reachedA
home on Tasdat morning.
'- Wh thme law-breakers and m-urd-er-
-em are; have fol mBeans of knowiar
ba ldo know-thatthey areasetof de-
liseilow--arwho haveio regard -for
me : orthle law, an w gi I$10 re-
vard for evidence sufficient to convict
_ a per-so engagMed in te said lynch-
Wae I r"egretthat am notable to of-
fder a lr pr rewrd, ut what I have of-
- etitbe riompidy'-paid when the

OL- : ll FzXnu<
Swa n thresesatSQlf -'--
-01, they're sit veHi except Mother,
7 aftyor b oeumhod -ares.- eposjure
am loewo. No wonder sne gives up
- :la md t -kes to- er bet- Bt oh!.
ho i*eht, brighter the family fireside
4Wdtt if- ma sc duha&rwasnot ra-
"a t_ __Th e -ti or t-o oa~ -t tos bFe
-- ter anyg od. Shee says their
don't see~ox t tot the spotL

Wey-ot give her the remedy her sys-
fl aaves? 1Her impoverished blood
aA oaftam nmeo oem etewnI m. r.aw


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* Picnie tobacco at Dromgoole's. din
F. W. Coleof Hawthorne,. Ww in th<
city yesterday.-
eehau2am-s Pls act like magic on
Weak Stomach. -
To BE-rOffices in the -Thoma
block. deod2O -
Knig b tof JOnesville, was 4D
theceity~yeaerday.. -
of E[LvA' 1 Sp i a-* ':
jT. L. Brown, of ih Springs, was h
Atbe city-yesterday. -
: Miss Rosa Young, of Arredondo, is
visiting Miss Alva Biracey of this city.
Four houses to rent;-, one near square,
on6on Eas- Main. [a25d3tl H. MAGn.
There was a party and dance at the
residence of Mrs. Arthur Single Monday
n~igh
Messrs. L. W. and4J. C. Knight, of
Alabua, were in the city yesterday and
called at thijs -office.
Iecppernong grapes at Mrs. J. R;;
McIrvin's, North (Gaiesvil.e. By the
bushel .50; for those -knocked off,
$t1.25.--aug 5 -d3t -
-Prof. W. F. Melltn, of Hawthorn,
and Procf.JS. S. Tomlin, of Rodheile,
were in e city yesterday. -
The cemetery rock road has crossed
the -F -idaSotem- and is fairly on
its way, to Sweetwater branch.
Dr. A. T. Lee, of Waldo, stopped over
in our aiyyesterd;ay on his way home
from a visitto South Carolina.
After diphtheria, scarlet fever, pneu-
moeni or any other severe illness, there
i- no beer tonic than Hood's Sarsa-
parma
The sidewalks on Main street between
itie residies of the Magnolia and Dr.
Thomas, are badly in need oftepair.
Walter-. D. -Saunders, .a brother of
Minot Saunders, ol this city, is expect-i
ed to arrive tomorrow from Connecticur.
Thefamily of Xmrs. N. R. (.nuile


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Worries "Shoo, Shoo.'" as onu can.
plainly see. "
It's only Oliver's business about selling
at cost.
He'll tell the truth, if "Shoo Skoo" is
lost. .
He manages to sell all who cqmejh I
Taurns of crocker,. glassware ant in.
They pass over the gash with smile i
and anod. -i
"Well bur from You only, so help ,u*
God."^
Bids Wanted.
WAO, l, Au g. -25h, 19L-Sealed-
proposals will be received at the office of
the American Refrizerating and Coldi
Storage company, of Waldo, tip till the I
12th -of Sept. '91, --for the covering of j
their building with a good substntial!


OF c WAU COIIINTL


o TE O f _AY.
S.- .OF rACT ANP GOSSIP GATHE RE
UA,-MEPP -M]
:-AND ISGOIGOuHfPEK-OIKTS PER-
- BONAL ASNDSOCIArL-NBEKAXDTBHIGS.


steel roof. There will be. about one-tate ag"t at ih ind, V s..- ha been
hundred and thirt-five .equares. Bid-j rr ;ted, c with foringthe name
ders will please bid by the square. The JL .- Ludwig. of Pitftburg, to two
company reserves the right to. reject any .neotiable notes fo- $1,0.7


bid that does not. meet their approbation.
GEO.H. AMBROS., -


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S President.
Children Enjoy


The pleasanyitlavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Fig, when
in need of a laxative and if the father-
or mother be costive or bilioun the most
gratifying results, follow-its use, so thatI
it is the best family remedy known and
every family should have a bottle -
WALDO-OTES.
Th weahe has. I
The weather has moderated to a de- 4
lightflfal faspecimen of breezy da-s,.-, i
While Lynch law-is-a dernier rest,


A dispatch from Milwaukzee sinys thel
frLt on Moday night did great damage
to tobmecco and cranberries. Neeedah
.reprt~tI t half the cranberry crop in
that district is destroyed, involvig great
6-- -- o-'o -
I Uprp-7 o'clock Monday nligbtf35hod-
n-ies hai uben recovered frbm te Park
Place -ruinl. .Twenty of the -boies re-
coverd- have been identified. -igh-
eight people are reported bttbeirfr
to be missing, and are supposed to be
-under the ruins. -
The most phenomenal cld wave of
years passed'-over Somit J-Iowa& flo
: _ - . ._-' : :- ._ '" --. ; .*:-, .

Moindy. It- E came- udmexpjectedl- an
wa aso sham- thatit. nrjlz'n marif ti k tad


in.the county court yester mI.ne
MartinofMicanopy, waste fi-a
sankt and battery upon his Ye. The
case was tried by jury. Syv arter
was attorney for -the defe It
seems that an action for has
been pending, between these parties
for some time. Mrs art-in-a bi.een
away from home about two -rs. S
returned lately and attemo to tke
Up her abode in the old.. She
made herself particularly o i b-y"
sitting upon the seps, on the e day of
the assault, thus interfering vith -he-
passing. Mr. Martin asked het4rWiove
and, on her refusal, fore-Ibliy emov e
her. This led to a difficulty. which
she claims that he assauilted'hk1. The
jury rendered a verdict of .notriltv?'
Oliver's "pitiable, pathetic andtomieal
plea," -


,Paints,


Oils, Glass. Harness
and Saddlerv.


IRussiawill be liberally repreested a:
the World's Fair in Chicago. -
PR. 1. Hue-ry C.ecil PArkes; ML P..
stmaster-general, died in London on
M3onday. -
'The v-erdc of :the oroer's jou- at
iwIney, Ft. in the Allison-Gee -ease.
nstthu~arjcmIn the first degree."
The urn advices from Martiaique
state tiht $1persisons perbised- in tAhe
recetib hurricane,- without coutnin the'
shrpwreflcfata:it --s." -'
The Southern iron compauyof Chat-
tanooga, Ten, made a a -new
ee-nakig process n -, 2mak-
ing a g ood quality -ofb baie
froum southern white pig AiSWh no

At Mountain Hall cburcih, wtfIerheart
of tne Bhlue Bidge mountains a bloody
affray occurred between mesmeiners
and others. Five men havi b e tiled
in1 that ei brood within t tast
threeyers. '-. .-:T-- .
W. E. DeshnieLd.prominent, real e?-I


Jackie mpa &m Key West

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Trains leave and amrrve Union Depot, foot
Of West Main street. Gainesville, Fla.
Leave. iArive.
I For Jacksonville Palat i-!
8:00 -St. Augustine and all points; 110-
a.m. n. es so for Sautohl, Or-i p.m.
-ailiy 1 lando, Kissimmee, Bartow.f| afly
exceptt PuniuriaGoraTrTa mpaAnd ali exceptI
, iadaoint n Sou.th F_-ria. jr'Sanday
1- M F.- ~-,-j S2:35-S
iA- i For Ocala, LeesbnrgTa-


T-"""*^.*^*S.-? "^ <~,- _, e oi .g ,Ine nLitmen-HW tteere aes ttn inng a re ne-- iyvare, Brooksvie, Bartowi n.
gs as are contained have moved into the resdenceot JudFord that he was ie ri owcape :' nTaror eae Te :erey. dm.ntimxu ainda lt
.-.-. ..T.. (B ot nic B l ohich w as re enty vacated by {fr-.e o-. '-- -in t ethoit -.ayspi nts. . r n-te i
.-._ Y tr et -- _, t-A-e,-ellen rm- -. Roth Reynotds.. Mr. S. Z. MUrph has rented bhis board- than .iours ad -nothing bat e-y Pis n- -t
ft tl I renew-* pan and restoresJ S ing house ae ato Mr. Ritchie, who has taken'weathr aheavywin gNori

: -- ---- .- -. ---.-- f-a .e r. a . .. ce. bee.qit. l lhas sltLe on ai -p
---- q -. -- r ]- A ensu. b0.!eti j. .I _,d_ x-,-e __ | 4o

Oa.,writrs:iMy sift tas l^u^thl tatnedtOthe ity. -hiss Carrie Murphy has successfully avry interesting showing as Is the ^gT 1Dyl^S

Ei^frOp2t? ^ p tent- medi DePOty SheriaSamWienges brought raised pineapples as pot plants, as the gorwth ofwealth in Florida in the past- SPECIAL T AWSS.
of^ I iJtm Macka euped convict yester- S2PeC -hast bee -q uitei nfanifyh h dwil

Ti-- -a- -ii wthner a- pr.veswithoutae-- do- of 14- -eLinta k oal poin.-. -
5:I-
r-ti Autii 1.-- Q. Srtheriand wants to rent ma .-" vrears. There are very few states thai v CKETRLLT. 0. P_ ze.t
.yfiatGaeslle, in the mule -for one or two months, wnll pay The Renault hou'e will soon re-open. can niake such a showing. Thneicrease TiTTTIT C tTIi
nehilty of thie latrtbarning, $l a month with privilege of buying at to be ready forthe fall and winter husi- J^ a-sessed valuation per capital in Nfor- V.L LJJl t3LfltA
z .. b- -mt! D f l .- ne, the hospe being away atsrent ida has bn over 4-1 per -ent., which AGENT.
:-9, due hls should be done in front-
_f- _:-Oso. i, Sx EaI i, il Hion. L.-R. Thomas, e-codnty corn- looking after the wonderful fSir-t r and igeatr than any otherSouthen tae. -EAI
S- A.D.tis, mi.sioner from the northern part of the child which rTeentv arrived in Palatka -
-- .9H--. . cun ty a.looking up busies inter- j-aFla of the uon of ttwo. ,-.f.tl' curi-d at e.ey- Chhoice Groceries

--_-- "_-. th -e y-.. Y b ban- h ""al. Ed Sfort! and wCharles Bryait, ore jINE I I;" A ..
-" -- AI 1frli. It is respeetfully suggested t "he sig- He wlo is feeling miseratlOe, suffering lof th nomad belton gD of fi-in rob- ,- -"IA -
.ot pr-i-. .ef oh note a . _e-. d Daluation gang of rrah roh-j



b-" iousness andeons tip- n, t-inails erviceoffcers thatwebe furnished with Dyspepjia and Inditgetkn and bers.-Brvant wa-t utder arrrrt but tobacco, tc
-I- Uliir. -'- indictons of-what the weather ib doftent times -the. wirh l rnzszir wolf wi agg'_e-
.: _I:_ gi!. teaAfeilmaa.^ tgoming to be ci this part of the cuntry. (k Ah ke nd oium: man he got hIld of a apfte aun- n:re, l on-, -ra.,t w- Blo., -i-ll, _-
or t h d r v Sl-.neaehi-nes, i The rocklnof- the road from. Sieet- iw clIre ou and arrest the di e inShort, who relaturnedl te.tire. Bttt othme an "Ikt-tifC l r ""i
70o GSeOr R.- jier-j wiV Hon. L Ji ---lliorn ex look
-". water bnch Infront of Drontof DrPoss -1 its incipienc'. _t were kltled.. Bryant -empti the stx A KIe FANcCY(.-E-SOOD
i- andfire ,v-UB : ..aa .- S i p proressing -rapi.dly and w ill ake th -at- --. --ch b ,. of- hap i -to!, and ...rt t.rd I ---- c,- +
-A. H orer. Di.t 'hors frono hih Winohthrpra The t Pcceh* the ioh-enl, aarv Satisfaction GPar |
-- Fot of- aete. a debity, take i.eton a popular as of old as a prom Wm.Timmonu.rnn^asterof Idavillie". f. .. .a.. "n '. t"e ....-fedn. ________
ad I4Toatfffrar' Clecurr*41 at. Henh
,- - [ ..--on- l r. .e. -Inl-., .rite. : ... Electri .i-rs h l enl'sof both cars w re .ri dled with bul- S the ,-iEIo iAoLE: -
f se and -malaria, done more for me than all other mi- -.li. --- -
tI- nm l' iir J.H.Allen,of te frm of W. ies -on |oind for th:t had felim : l rnder-ran p h pur-. ca -Trior erciit e.|
-.M- i oa 's Lemon Elir wilt not1 DIavis& Co.,-has ust returned from S a! 'r.i frChom KHidn an Liver trtuht-.l -hA .vt.y ..rr.rn.. . r t f .t J .i
fail you in .ay of the above alnam di?- trip to Illinoi; where he has been to Joi rm f FInat t i rhn .slie. ta2rmtf ari st,-ikmin;-t at: Inntn io -n u-I-it!ar Ai-i Tr- in4 b :l...-r --h ,rtney. .ri4n,
..t o r ".z-r"h EI -ev r ct r i"ofg. .no a;, r-- .g-hua of t r a -
w all otf wh-chb ari fro a- tOtaldipereha ew stoc fnor the tabos_ of ti "b il a: -oft I t we- ...t. of Mr. nu.l. M.'.. 'ro... n t was.. .. ..i- kr- at Na
-- dhr aed it r, st omah, kidnea-ys oriI .- r_,, to hr the 'r. t Liver aMl Kii :.- I ..... -" i I .. .;-!. .- _.. I. a..., -.. -.
._Welar-nrtolyaYDr.H.Ml rTAt Ret tl at the peddlers licene law ,ade ,b...d a ire I- lutl, tup ,ilt 'r ,', -, k ,-fa".r.rd:-".-a rtit-. twrtV
onl -by Mo -. .r .I _i- -r!u f-

n--- per bi-ottle, a dr"ut it. I will go into eff n on the 1et of cAtober.-i< t tE i, I
- irt* maycourn te .... h t ...nh i t.rA -- d rc -i -i- the Ilir tLo-: n{milon netr fl,- i-- p. 1-. i '. tw -' i .----:-J. fur:t *,:
- Alterite Tyrw -. great umffe|ri ; bly be expected that the numgtr ;of:iidit" lihet fond e-:W trt_ .-
(rota inde gestron, -with great nrrvfars pv.d-r""w ll be considerably d c "reasd np~tltCa+ nd te,-: ik-tl'?Iitr' Jar ha! a new t ; I 'i I ' :anirI" Prt b-rtff. trt- ';- h f.i r aCi ; Cr'- t-- i0ia j ]-Vs-a.
S-ss. dl lerd kid- i "--s e on ife. --'i~-I>. -c -, "- '." " bo..l. t Ril- nT s w-3tt. -hilei av '!,ig aI1 1 r- k. -i ', u-- --'--uf -! tr A "
:aah.o nT a rocto g ber fit.e ra 'larm and 11, alt, re--,t ;th la4ttl intSh r.r.- who retur 1. t.--.i -AA00;.a':a, me. n .
bOr .aicttli-nElixirad R wor We h m oved ourl- .if r ".n aofdl r -a. Pt6- s r .- i t icr were. n- .Bry-ant r the X
m S1Pwra wc Man. -4 -table fir next to thee Sr. Nichotas I- J konir Ht. .c t e he t W t u1 rt .!i .i
- --- XevtC.O n. EkL3t.VhurehSo., iIhotiE to the stand formerlT occupied 'bv ,idtoi's [ Ja-wi-crnvliri wiltic pleas- .... .... le --_ I ri t4_r. 1 a.'.i, in -atr x' arrtin -n-t.. !
Y o.f Tui alT -At, anta Ga. _W.W t. where wewill be plea- ekd t kn _w P .... 'b t-- t that Wari _- ch r .. ... .. ..1 ;. _ .. ..t. ... .?
Pi-Ut LefElxi s-fnr.. Lady. odr frida patr sl l d r -t ir-fi ao :.sradentTAfl c r t:
ikape Es of*V (lo [roval, j boyo sold the a -ro e .-n Tben y^ JirrSrnf4in
-- | iai n t beaM.e tIn-tl vi aston Ihe .t they want aayth$ig in our line.+-tlenatida, Otrt I -w -atlnd Tiof? boteI< o the children are cpazrd with grk4 J+ri.ta ? iarrw. mnre or. .-a,.. -,.:7
:- w- ko and wtbot sitf great 'Pd--tlo tui otsr 84 saddle- horne ha ve fu f tr. tha. > but itt hardl. t lxike h- h# : -ly ^ n- "i
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--. EtEliirI in walk 'nail mia.tle sal at price to suit all. W. H. DAVIs- fr. the reception of a'1t;. This -the be. --i i. .. -e.. ^tP k--rt_4,_'-_arn. in
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