Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01792
 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: May 3, 1892
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: VID01792
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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yIIP'l 1IN riH n arrangements fortheconstruction ofthe PROGRAMME
. .ral f Hotel Frank Leslie" at North Auguns- For orth Gainesville Literary 5
S. tS. C. The plans have been pre- Saturday Evening, LMay 7th
WAI~A1NDPRES'T. CA -NOT ared under her own supervision. She Cornet solo by G. C.'Grocer.
-EXCHA N GE VISITS. willflturn in July and go sounh to per- j Reading minutes of previous u
.sofnally superintend the work. by Miss Ada Gidding&
-k.. ._-_ T-F Is pir nR&"A, PA.- Little Talk," by Profesic
PRIXATEBDUEL BE iPTWE PA AY UGrTHMEi, 0. T., May 2.--overnor F
A iSeay reeieved word Saturday morninga
wO -hS-xN D lE. E DOR w. -that the Cheyenne Indians in county H ECES.
Pans, May 2.-May day was ushered were becoming troublesome and had Music on the cornet by Mr.G
in with the police on the qui rive and i threatened to kill the whites who shshould R ecitation by Capt. Webster.
tIe strovgy reinforced garrison of Paris take claims next tothem. Troops have Musie on the guitar be Miss. 31
teadyfor instantserice, At 6 o'clock been ordered to. the scene. Recitation by loma aughtey.
yesterday morning the city wore its Sng by M1 is Emma e&ley.
[- .*FIRE IN PTTSBU URA. Recitation by Mb-s Xfi'
usal aspect. and the police expected Recitaton by Miss ix.
the day to pass quietly except for seuf- PrrTsBRO, Pa., May 2.-A fire broke Select reading by 'iss Maud
fles. Hitrto on Maydy it has been ot at Liberty street, at tha corner of win.
cston ar-yfor he w-orkinmen to mar-h Eighth, about-1 o'clock Saturday morn- Recitation by Harry Fleteher.
to the chamber of deputies and prent ~s which entirely destroyed two large Song by Miss etrie Kiltey.
petitions; delegate were also sent- to buildings and damaged a .number of i Charade, School Daive, Mis-2
the Hotel de Vile for the, same purpose. i others:. The fire started in the elevator ummers, Lottie and-Annie Co]
q^T -> r_ -thr Ta t p- A. f.iul n i shaft of the six-story building occupied 3nd others.



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o,, th t method and results when
Syrup of Fige taken; i iispleasant
jai-i a re-sie g to the taste, an&acts
ent!y yet, promptly on the Kidn e s, i
iiaer n fDlo eaL~ cleanses the sys-
em effe4iJaly, dispels colds, Uea&d- T mo^
aches anl -.vers- and cures habifd.l t I

Sunday. the workingmen were debarred i bv the Household Credit company and i The Lord's Prayer, sang by Miss constipaion- Syrup of Figs is the!
fro, following the usual custom. At i spread so rapidly that before the fire de- Emma Kelley, and a tableau.- ony remedf- of its kind ever p -.
am early Bour he procesionits began I apartment reached the scene- the entire j The public-are cordially invited. Ilaed, pn-tto te taste an a-.
- -ow..eir mar-E t.teSe Fafe.- strueture was burned and the flames$ M S. 3Mcivis, eptable to tie stoaech, prompt iaj
to form. ther:nar6 in tbenmmele -av.n -
It ifesteimated that three thousand in-f had d tothe adjoining building Miss Axxm CoInHAM, its action nad truly beneficial in iiz
instead oftem ten thousands expected occupied by John S.. Roberts, a whole-; -MR. rSTeEae, _Iect t only from the -
..... sale wall paper dealer,. Programme Committee. aeahhy -gre-i substance i
parte "ts ef eion. - The flames -then communicated toN.- rt-- Nno 47 .aUV exekailt qualities eommnd it
-1nithe subutrbsof' thecity e the J Worthingn 0o.. 747 lxdwav.-New J B and 'ave made it the -va-
police are ls of-e iuo t here t J Braden's cheese warehouse,- Roberts' York, announce for immediate publ- ai.l aoar r.e a k de wn t I "- -
eent was deemed more like to wholesale liquor store, Lind 's hard- in the International l rem is forn. sale
make tuem ble, but troops tw lele h W in e tlishment ani Oe penheimerrr: "A Poor Girl," by i W. Heim- d' $ bott en d.
.make trouble, but troopsw-ere held, inwe n d niR
Sdiness t the various ara cks, e Hanech's hirtfactory, rttthe firemenI burx. Translated by Elise L. Lathr-op. I Any- reliabe' druFist Es.
ry orses, saddled broiled, to be n the mastery ad tee stre- Witt over 4 photogravure illustrations. -j y not. hae it on hand if prn
-t m e- tares were saved a ter they had.received hIn" --
dispatched to whatever point they miht se he -fhere is an i f.einabl eharm-- in the re it, promptly fcr anv one whi I
_ei bei an entic- rp The total aos ges of Hetmburg 's latest .overl,,. "A. -aes tot- try Do notaccept ,~ 1
port of a :y day dy armte .outragp- e""-I Poor Girl." It is diffieult -to tell exa subtitute.

G- ie barracite. apist"ol it Friday afternoon. h ad cannot stop.untl the end is readled. 1 1TOWF.Ip t P-slw. -
--Theno of the explosion ws Te woman has been aetin as ou".-, cours", one reatoa for it o-cult i
ane.. d for a timeit was. thought that keeper for abot a year to Stampn who power is that it is writln with admira- I - -"
the aarcht had atemptedl- to blow w.fe is in the insaxe asyum-, but a week ble .rae asni preeiio. besides presenit- .
ip the National work,, which are t- or two ago she left him and went e-: '"ng a p -rfectly pure love story, ve'ri
ted near Tourse. The popular o wh live. On Thursday s.ite t. robmatic to- be o.lre. bute w tlc beeiine AN D-O L o-OnS
t city was. great r alarmed' ntna it tp her reidence on Keorn street. d unnatur. Also the grcefnl ease u, ryG O Q-S- it "-. |S,
"- """ .. .. . "I ----.
wasderey known that this was not tere Stap led two which the novel unfolded, i minute
t ube e. The soldiers frou the bar- i hours' conversation he drew a revolver '-kfidtv to nature, its masterful preent- i .LAtI i -EI[S Rii SiUli,
racks at onCe ran to the spot where the -a fired- ation of the workings of the human-
ep hsion had oeurred, and found a a Trac who hia"d evidently ex- heart. statp it i every respect an ex- Underwear, B.ois, Shoe^. Uats, &c, &.
anflyings -s in apool of blood.^ ed the vo a l n
0-eptGnal book i current literature. I h
Oe at -is halndl had been Ulown '~ te lgt ws kept up asiong as either TBe heroine's -character is worked out .-We ar e Anns for the -
and 1~e o rwie- badly injured, hwdith"w- ai t the skill of as aec pli e -_-i"_i- .- ._o_ i
- ou-bt0 Is- thate is tle ---w----'- - ="s-t UE^^ :.... - ,-Ta II : -.Ii S,
-it-.-- P~ fwht F ai tTbullaets and the man is injured i- he tenementt an a ou I te -n .- -.
w'- ^the h tal -iderY i .fc u t l We feel confident that this' xedies.oaz Parts. AtchaineS. k
ep~t dx -reg i.e-. osci- _. st.y, which apieais so stro y to the
Up to 4 .'clk ycerasy fternooI v-i '""n"c' 'B M E s AItO. readerI ymBtby, will be'on'of te ----e ta s toc
-7th-i h ad been penrf-ectly buiet. I E i ~ .-Aitene- favorites in t.e popular Heiaburg i- 1 i e
Thend fortaa tsmrrecei d frioht he drh Bin, the you Lochinarwh ab- rie. Prie, in half rBoex., ; paper a ie and M isSs
.pr~~iOes are reaasurin.. eue, dio ed aib ataMcDonatld, tepret- e ~ cents. _____- -SI
-the it North, was last ty Brandon scoola'am, is to be prao- Do Tr.o w lob Bpw I Pest t
p the Nrs c otf serious, which wtehh by hber parents Sheriff Bigbee Rhenmamsi. tvery l e has heardhi l Bitil Si&~ s iitJlht qI'2&
with a very e -slder ble -followed t'he bold-abdutor foty miles, the w ord., :._ -d "- .- _.- w..s -ou--Mo.ter--
Sa--ntdo ae lupw himju "s excep r uma- P ine-C--, Went Wpp
that Founae s ps1te^ ^ .tI tism." Hotw eaee^ssl the. answr Is Je 4lIU itte.
aeei~of ite nrtotrblew tbeea -- I 'Fle yo w a k i feels toe '-T41 o 1et 1 one.-
X"cs w- would seek to avengse -tie carried away, but onseoted totne asr- weliblve.g tIMI ef SfsI i t C
death of therom e la- yea- r. ai.e. . B-i"n had hea-rd that the g ,irl te lee, kaee, eibow ad l saolder, it I
The s h wr,^ nS o trwublre Te enggedto a rivnaj,an eetig her.ln eona Kno stree ,,,, m
sda-elis, o( whO there were ery many il the .town, held a ontC tee t t her to school he drove to a ing awake all night tginrg for day- A
tb caw- the. sol fair mor- quietn he t...rhere. liyht, hin t oo t reele t slWp, apC- any
ltag.bumts a e in more q l ply li t evere ba hour to tern-" U [. S".-lU. i
-a-Tcksa1e.dtfothe-s po W-... - "WS B.. S " "poraait relieve the groi -y. P aying,
lpien ofthe 0-1e of Wl .. c.ur.e'in, turnic, -twrrih but no ease, h
Bisti Tcity yesterday had a great eexect PAxs: Tex., May 2.--. W. no comfort. What Is tbhat causeHsa
i alainrt g the nXietr. The, pre Green of. Rckwe L Tex Fri- W .i... it thea .re. rthema-nd i fprarito. d p
ha n ._-.dh e d.ire t rein ad - 'Cie yidd EtdrPio ssn ITt. u .h the ure- '' leat one a
-but when It as represented to him that dian. who is in jail ere for ure It called B.B, or- Botan e- --l m "ot'
waskptupBld Balm. -It" ha cr e mutAgentsor cases th
t-e knowled of his presencein te wife murder, a the murder of his son Blwt Blm. It haan ver'm oren cas -
-city would bae a-t beufl,-l effect he near -Hoevwelhl, in the Cherokee Out- of. rheumatim than any other known i .S t s v 0f
will y asned to let mlf belet, i ovember A few days r i o s nr
STe-V=MzJ. aig..Dawsn Ga. wnL rite :
seen in public. He paid-a visit to 1'res- ago the doetor read an account of Pick- j .fufred with rheumatism in mv shoul- whta theyr wii K{ mat nfactu j
OR in it een" .-em raednts- out a m-flum .l
idet Canrnot and the latter returned the ,enys arres- here, and be immeniatelv desr and1 hneral debiit y. Five bottles. e r .~ zhSy ^"Sive
visit.heP rie andPrincess of Wales came on to se if it was the man for B- B- B. im-prved my health, and the sch.ton. I
trt for Lod today. The Parisians whom he had been earching for five Davis, tnttGa., End).
are harmed at the cnfldence displayed year. write ,: I consider that B. B. B. phap | i -
prhieftirrited mm.Qt --"t Pr. GrIvu'. Xb i. a t o-- on Ed John- permnntrly curel me of r7heumatim -
The city is raiuii.- M. Loze, |ln-fect aon'srast'h. lr-v, f-roa Paul,- IV nilh iati&.' " i t
.. -r~tkm "-chm m 9 isJacob to -epnder, Newman, Ga..Io"
6e UWoy, f &ea,1
S)f poice vited Genreral Sau r a9 to WichaKan..andher rnin te B B. 'tE entirely ure n / heard-
o'clock Iat night and ta:c-d that Iq -iw lis father ay w-h, dt-iby t'h-k- t~,tuatlsn in miv -huisler. $ I !i- ter..
1Do nt5v-t-' itV fr fu-rth'- r.1!i-ssion of the ens who w-3 rraiv,|iin-' t thi;n,. Pi.-k- aix 1K,;lht-.' _t. --- !W
SuHthar"r.a- the ri.' b!:cicn lus.rl r antd e;-4 eIUihele'sc:' "....:.r.. r-- .. .- .m
prlhc would -e suflidtmt tt prlre IHte i- hdl-bkt.l h.h.iw. H< mar- A l|ttletirr. 1xpcri.-ac i Ligbthoau. i -s
,er. M. 1 oze almvii:eil Prc..i!nt ned-a '.hiW n-.-w '.v.h i i-h.m h., h _Mr. ant .Mr'. I.,rn Tr-co't art- "
('ar ,.: ,il k-r f \,: t ,V. lt. hathurf:-.'_ at dancfl t
Yriairidhn tt n i:"- a a,,u -i" t, ,at:-r Yt-.i-M. Mi. -:Ho. :fai ati,--. i a-
.gte arr tc hal been tmadel. andhe .ta:.- il W iidri., dah. lutt;;L:4-r-f-Ir y.s ak;ir-, _.a-- :iA ? -r 4o-l

OCAI A. Fla. Mar 2.- Mr. .ee Wojff Ros. Miy 2.-The minhi?,r f a
SOf New Yt-rk ,it ey. t -rrtaTry ami trria-- cuLturean-I ,--:r *'ir',v rf It.!v h-i- iu-
S:ttrr.-f thyi m i-r&r Stai- PhiA|ha:eA ie acim--lAr a -::;,, i:-' :htt:: K,!--Ztv-
Ciumpauly of Hlernati."and o itdru ,u erum iit wWil t:'h-ia;r ke pars e
tie4. wh b:i twten i0i tri-aia -a lh'rt t*i. Chic-s. rx.-iiiti-u though ti- vIri --t-
_'o b1tirti -. -ay- that his ctmi|a y :l -i chmberi- .rf c, i n:er ,-r Ita;v llav, u.: ...i
preent to each of thOe famirit_ ot the directly. Tl irs::iuLr -ti- :hf* m;t?:-
m aunriered K*.. St even n a:ti 'ayr, wr att ?:ho *s-. ;- --tri? t-h thei H~ .r-'n-
a 50 l as a 4iiht t- -t.aiotal of- the _fso- i win i W omun i A"-f. a.I ri--
pamyn'y*appr zajEMof their rirktvi- aIm con-' it' e --t.-rvdi 2-- e'x-
ATAtL UsltOlD ACCIDESNT. hibltos.
io W ror of. the reabteYriaft ch uth Q
werokml od and rly thirty injured -;SarA. N. J.. Toru v rite In
Ly v wrek on th Gurt-at Nqrthrn rail- fvor r ttpari i a:
I-gm FrWir,, 4erive mil-- e*A of BO o'fi ,ing I k -ot ,siwi cmle the
rs F Ak trino crrwin nea .u'ma*-h IA Li* rn-dvt 1
Sthreebkndtjvd laorsit.r t tIrfhe 1 tm- coresaul -w-sk 6n. K -n h-4-j
ca cur"e. Forr ir-o$bik-1-deepk bari rn11 or ciur iiyi- -.v
14 "optle dowin a .tibankmrnta ito -d o-
tzB rivr latw. Thfirte of the itjrand V ii- -.; rr ih->t *- -.- ffi j,;
ae ailiUpe't-a 4-*-. s*c ion-
5 LLfc ) tl.t-' a.May P Mn X erfsow- % t -_
S agw YiTglM, 3ay 2.-Mr-. Frank Le-- b- a ftE ctwriuk -s C-Ac.-I ea.
led f Auip nfr 'la Iron Bitterrs r e->
for 2Lsvnw g a ai c-cu thI p ,
ti- i -- . _-N c-dare ". a* : k a Jut c J t
Vs d ' ' . ^

i, iiti..- a Ft- v,-- i-" nr-' at hItjn- an4
e^r--14w --rs.r.-i iTl-si ua
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-er Lh..-u. o t t t o a,.w-4d a ha!f a -.'--.

I'"--'t f a a 1 Ba* r i & W- ti:all .,

Theb oarnlert a ts Ga awsuvm*t
"ar ltiv.ed rocall ,ona an drmncri.t an*
^t m. ~a trial bole cf fKemp'* aloAm
fotr 'the Thrit atd Lnm s. a rnm rie
It cnl it ntoeedis nreielr eam i 4ure- al
4(u'i -h rand Acuie C'ough". Ashma,
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And have many new aml pretty things to attract the ladies.

All Wool Crepons,
all colors, all Wool Batistes, all colors and
I M3. Ce. Henriyitt Clotlh.
st beautiful abrie of the season, in figures and solid
heap. 50 dozen Ladies Fast Black Hose worth 40c
25c this week.
fully, MIRS UL

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for only



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Ladies' and Children's Underwear Made to Order.
I have just secured the services of Ms Pasehall., an explwrt milliner front
Atlanta, Ga., and am prepared to suit the most fastidious in this Liue. Give me
a call,.




We direct special attention to oaurmagnifieent stock of


now being displayed.






Embroideries. Laces

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KVP !U`Me- s bou t W4
-= ? ,,i- y;, sifi ~iP~r ,-^T^ ,- --- Ilouncm s antd ry G, As of erv inl. ofev ar the

',L.)o-n" ti."-"h~failtv an mur lines, you cau. pot.k tivte .
& !AlCIIfT mnmey by dealing with us and at the amm&f tit- thavc the
X LNV IL .- -' largz ta w.tment t sent levt from.


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In Our


rW- dilbya t br-mt tiNock r to w fouMnd in thi ectiom.

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S- the people,themethodhas not beenpoint-j
c *,Atf... --ed out. The-cormorant money-changers1
--- ^t.- ^ t of the ba cities would revel in the tide'
^-of riches which would be opened to;
'. - -- m.. ,eby making the-silver coin- in- the|
IfL MeCIlEAR-Y, Proprietor, hands of the people non-current at its
-._: ':,- : ..-- present value and displacing it with
~ i~e a j- a f iL higher coin.__
am-:- t I gM Nct OpPM iS 1Laift~ie
-----o-- -. ".- "- '* -V A COMETAX FOR PEXNSI.-
- HEDAILY SI-. pub-sibe- every morn- "" -- A !
a, except Monday, delivered by carriXer in Xew York Wc"d. ]
tuesl, C.ornamed to anypa- of the Urnited Mr.-Bland hasintroduced atill pro-
enates, postage free, for $&WI a year, #3.1, -six P
- uate poA -^fto year,idis f r a., .ient Cinome tax tom-
tm-ths, $L.%tthree -onthsor5.cents.forae f n from
Msmth-atricuin advanae. the receipts of which pensions shall be
- leading notices in local column 10 a ients paid.
:-. for each and every insertio. Thetax is js-t and it i- needed. The
Business notices_ in Special Ctuanu one pFit- Congress exhausted the
&etaword for every insertion.
a ra*ev trK Treasurynd left a deficiency where it
- 0n@.-a tin. l ftundt a.-_urphms.-. The Giernments
-AR -d-r. bS bmleme due after i debtedess, -present --and expected,
-fixs -ppesaf-ee --f ', toi.= less eceeds its reso.rees. In the mean
tlwi._tiplateiona Pama1esnot t.ime- lesions are increasing. In ten
know n to s will e required to pay _r ad- y n dbled, in-
tisingn avaue. ears they have- nearly doubled, in-
T~a agt .'in erea9ng from 468,GOOO n 1882 tal
-~DAILY S, I. U 8 G N pwhl. ".iOO-i wle the claims
priffirMlavewryThewsal, and -utains afi allowed under the statute and which
:the eofthe week, Loeal, tate ad Sen-] will ast darig the lives -of the eClaim-
-.aL tin .he bet-weeky aper- shede sit -ipossible .materially to
to FiSetLda9 and Will be iarSdl I rednee t wolln list.
to lmypart.the Unilted I-ttes r Canafj e1 the"thlei- taxj
". a va.ar-in advance. .Tbere a reason w this tax
n remUittaes sbtouea -imaae ilyexptew should not-be paid by the men of large
OmeBy rdeer r reetered I ter. _address incomes, especially the men whose _in-
- THE SIN', .comes hzie been increas-ed by Govern-
"At E SYa FLOBnIA.. meut bounties taken from the poor-
i .LE ..R L -- from the pensioners themselves and
VTlfSiTER. C .U Xp te n
_"_"_" -from all the-people of the country.
".12- tLL a t. 1 rrnv-rn-

ThIe ilinois ftame Democratic ConveB -
-ien put this silver planmk in to its plut-
form :- "A- eld and si".er standard,
the eizab1ishmez -of -aurrency tat
will be convertible witot loss to the
holder, and die fixing at -a ratio by an
-international monetary eenference s4
thatparity may be mainltaed and all
mints thrown open to free- coinage-."
There arre three distinct propositions
in the above paragraph. .The first fa-
VOrS the dual r-andard of gold and sil- j
ver-oin, for whieh tie eonstitutio pro-
vides. An oedinary *el4pole, who bas
one five dollar silver rfrtifieate, one five
dollar gotd certfiate, one five dollar
Treasury note and one five dollar bank 1
_. ;- ll, faners that each ,fie is equal in
-vaue to-every one of the .other fives ,
Hlie has only sen.e enough to believe I
Ihat these paper promises i4 his pocket
each represents five dollars in gold or
. .--siver, and are irter-cowenrtible. He
--hassomehow coupled this belief with
- the legal function ef each of his bills to
pay five dollars of debt repurchase five
Dollarss" worth of -ierecandiee. So far
as the law .oes the iovernnent has
adopted *"agoldNad silver standard" of
-16 sfier to $1 gold, --and nobody has
--e- hurt, and a great may don't rknow
Stl-t we are on the 4timble tendard bi-
iaetllie platform, wKii*s7aays
proved itself to be a subwntiaI truc-
The second preposfiton I-the Illinois
platform is "the estabKel meat of a cur-
rency that will be without
less to the bolder.' It is Ineonceivable
that-an honest government cold devise
a monetary scheme In wbik-lt va Yous

1 nis.mucn neEACI Lliat> we~r _.,xwvru-
meat sbhozl pay its way as it goes. As
it is, we are threatened with a new pub-
Re debt. If thee pensions are paid by an
income tax the country's bounty to its
defenders will come partly at least from
the country's bounty to the rich, extort-
ed from the people. -
SAll citizens ef the Union have borne
the pen-i burden for nearly a genera-

PREscorr, Ariz., May 2.-The Demo-
cratic convention held here Saturday
passed a resolution i n favor of the free
coinage of-silver. A. resolution was
presented recommending that the dele-
gates to the -national convention sup-
port Cleveland for President, but it was
d-feated. .

ton, ata t.e rmt rueW ur as waes *
Wby et niow lay the pension burden iThe4rhtnee- of purifying the bloo.aa-
upon those who are blessed with for- -it -be overestnated, or without pure
tune, and -to whom payment from their o ei g-o--oealat
I At Wshisseson, nearly every- one neels-a
supeziiBty will be no hardship? good nedicine to purify, vitalize, aadenriehi
-_-_ the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparialais worthy
W YORK. yor confidence. It is peculiar in that it
-._______ .-engthens and builds upthnelsysteim,creates
Yew To -'World. an appetite, and tones the digestio,. iuL
n d td te Ait eradieates disease. Give it a triaL
Chairman Reid told the Albany con- .Hood' Sarsaparilla is sold byadruggists.
ventios that New York is essentially a prepared by C. L Hood & Co., Lowe, Mass.
Republican State." 1 100 Doses One Dollar
Indeed? Why, then, have the Repub- -- --- ---- -- -- -
licans carried it but once in- the last aqIs O @
eight-yer? -- t P- M v-f WWl'lI
Mr. Reid would -have done better to f l@ o
adopt the decision -of The World, ai jg2frIn -pe -dS.fe- r_
>rexacriom le mk-eydbiek- Rweadtache
short time ago. that ANew ork is essen- |- 11-0 a ,Cymy whL- te
tially a doubtful State That is the ren.-ys.- q
fact, as -hown by the record- Why not I1 -U i
-admit it? 1 .- -
Teamporary Chairman Sutherland hiTmHfLIIt 5
I MXr_.. latS onventiol that 'we are en- j bieyotoeatand st iod
Itering-Upon no holklay excursion." lieL 1bd-idIart aS
told the delegates that the Republ-.anDe--,,SS rl ,
Candidate miwt poll 750,000 ot-es to car- t I l t
ry the S-ate, anAd is not unlikely to need -_____________-_--_""
800,00.l Inasmuch as the p-arty never
polled more than 48,759-and that In
I 'sss-it is indeed- -o ,-holiday -excur- I. rl P.
I k n" tn op-n antft-r. morer than 100.00M


SO=& &bowu.Cb&h, s.Soc&st 5Ay.
NIewYork. "_.
Your krggseeps Scotts EmulsionoBcoad- j
*a-nd~ptc~rywtrdo. Sx. -

Every one AoWdol eP. P. P.; nearly
every ow needs a good medicine- tc,
pmrify, vitalize, and enrich the blood.
P. p. mg- I

Fi'EKi A5I

P01Mre 6t andPotuds, is tegets
blood ,purifier of the age. It cureS anl
BlooA and Skm Diseases, Primary, Seo-
Modary. and Tertiary Syphilis where
all other remedies fal. P. P. P-,
Prickly Ash _____


and Potassium wifl cure Syphi,
Rheumatism. SSrofnlaSypbitic
iniati~ekfisn riaOldSores,BloodP and Dyspepsia. If your head aches and
ya aWe- out Of pirits pkke P- 1- 1-2
PkieW. Ask Poke Boot, ak8 4

1, i n n I

Fora Tired Feeling. lmpvre Blood, Dis-
tress after Eating, D% sp --a, Pains in
thelacka Headaches and Nervous Pros- *
tration and Debility and Weamness all,

- There is as yet no oppo6in candidate -
for State Comptroller. Ion. 1- D. .
Bloxham iis formuhlaii n iiai- by vhichli uM
he hopes to place the- State of Florida I take
upon a solid fianneiai foting and at the forlt.
same time make i posie to relieve trial
the people of some on-rou- tax burdens -
that are cmising them to complain. No
man inFlorida is letter post-ed upon: 'CO!
financial probl-ms thanA Mr. Bloxham, IS C(
Sand if he can secure tlhe v --perati"n of B
the next Le.islatire he will ir:augurave tue
anew order of things that will beap-
proved by all the people. Knowing on
This, as a majority of the people of ilor- T
ida do, there is but little doubt that he "iog
will be unanimously renominated.- cod-
Floridian. limr

ihe old saying that "con-
ption can be cured if
n in time" was poor corn-
It seemed to invite a
, but to anticipate failure.
other one, not so olA
nsumption can be cured-"
mnsidered by many false.
oth are true and not
; the first is prudent-
cannot begin too early.
he means is careful liv-
Scott's Emulsion of
-liver oil is sometimes an
ortant part of that.
.etus send youma book on

i Agencies throughout the States of South Carolina. Georgia. Florida and at Prov ,
dence, R. L, U. S. A.. Liverpool and Manmhester, Ensgland, and
| Alexandria, Egypt.
I Firm Offers iade by Letter or Wire on Cotton Samples, .ed Li t, ForweilUs
coitE~ims0iNDEsc'i: SOL.CVI'ED. ___


Hadware, StoYes, M0 Supplies1 Paints, Oh11 ; asS9rt es,
Tinware and Household Goods.
Are -now receiving their Specialties for the season.
REFRIGERATORS Ile Cream Freezers, Gas,
Gasoline anid Oil Stoves.
Remember that we are doiug all Kiads of Tin and Plumbing WorI.
WMst p ide Square, GAIESVILLE.E FLOMa)H
We st Square.iLTEL


Conlissioi : merchants,



19 West Front Street, CfN'CI;N NATI, OHIO.

,ranges, Apples, rk Oiris a Cd
Our Orange Packing I1ouse at Micanopy, Fla.


yield ready to r .- I. or te eepie L WPepre'entl by R. C. M. Crawford. Mvcnnopv. Fla. "dam
ness, Esiaustion andMpalariauseTPJP. -__
-"-JAS. 31. GRAHAM. Pre-ident. JOhN J. BAR. Vice-President.

Qn Of -aiiiesv ,Ie. Florida.

ladies whose systemsae poisoned and
whose blood- is in an -impure condition,
due to Menstrual Iregularities, are:
-peculiarly benefited by the wonderful
.oe. and blood-leansmig Properties of
P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke RBoot and
Potassium, the greatest cure known for

%ouBy-okens shlotu "-be VC the value I -diseaseof the
named- on their faces. One dboring ni csmeps-I
Mffidottbeifaes.^ iieialinornt-The DemoerstU a"e in the saine pc,*- .^ ^Sd I lh^ B ~ R TT Bi
experiencm-e -in the history of Contio It will be no picnic for them to !
^r~son~ttobeui~eientfwtiseoiin the- State. Butpo(,sesssion council ^_s-g 9 ^ ^^ ^Q J^ 9^
try and the world-. The act iof IS73 de--ior sxmethin. nder what Mr.S tUher-I it d oh t b e.n_
mnetizing silver was so fiagraarly dis-land Q- "the -eht- ear sw in: of the 1 B a -
tt n Cngress wt-darerepeat p-ndulum"' -i Iemocratic victory is due-i AVAA GEOGIAL
it. Sinceahen the nine has been open- [h year Wilh proper conditions the ________________________
-ed^ nlo <^ t1^ -ofLsiEve
ed to.,oin a -limited quantity -" 1ver Dem a ought to win.
pm onth, the bullion But ew Yorki -esentily doubtfl. -- PHILLIP MILLER,
b. t.ia tove e --ryn et :rommon de AM Wholesale --and Retail
- kers at varying i et prkiee ie- TU PHU .ARBLiUiPJ.A TIMES; _-_B__B -.
lying the ri ht of the owerof bullion .__-_: 8_M "p__t"W9 DEALER IN
-toe-" T it to the mint iand havre it ConM- The regretful feeling produced by the Up' BROS.. SAV(KAHS. ALEi. G
ed free l own ccouat, As the Aestruction of the Philadelphia Vmes' _. M______________ X r 0 e
owner of gold bullion invited tdo. bu ding and office, on lat Wednesiay, TICE TO DEBTORS AN UCRED-
And with the limited autuy to .4on isbeti displaced by admiration of the ITOILRS. AND
-Oe@A) per mouth, th uis tput of splendid pluck of the Times' staff and W A ..
'^ *, ., ,- ,, _ -....?All persons Indebted to the late Vade A. ^ .*
ABver wasleothed with all the function the generous teder- of aid by every eirer.eeesaed. ae *noUfied to call and.
f- fgol wihttttrelinga i jar in this printing office i'the city. The Times 1 ettt uh ndebtedne and all pe son
_- av ln x elairn r a galili t *. aid W --4 G e fxt r alr e
eUatry or in the lno-ey wo-s but*.on has bee- i-ued from the office of the irequeewI to present the same to me tor pay-
.... bat. -or t his notkiewil be pleaded in. bar 1
Idmt ccntrwy, added sutient velwe Record. TheS y edition of sixteen r -a
suwchi elaimasafter the tr rrbed by
pages wIxssued from the North Awed- Glaw,
ol .wrd the br oe Admin4ttrtrix of the Esateot W. A. Gel- GAIXE-VILLE. FLORIDA.
ger.de.a d."iov as aw
9 fVe.le ev-erthe-fdanxelalbreak-ers can p- P room. The Times -bravely ger. deceased. saxvRiapntdm NOV,..a.l i W
but year. Under tibe law. V. say that itW will *he brighter tha__ _
.otars epoed tied evs to be of ewer. We will er' welcome Its genk- TH BEAT l OWEN LLOYD !
sa high value awl Jut as impwRnt as at tight- __ ___
pF w rof tlb _eUrrTrte- yaW -0 4 or nat ^we inn
~tnre~crasglt~onauinalc~u~cuwe RATICAL DYER & CLEANERi
^l.l.m.or-Treany whites LOCAe eu .0 A 1,VAPP'LICATION.. .
^rm^ tbh^.to theOC^ ^ ^1 .hrgtintent E tine la_ so!s to t1ICl eti cannot reach the seat of the .i- e-" o f
Azsal yield of ur silver mBnea -would Catarra isa blood or constiu-- clean cnt cll t thii n1and
en thr#w ,b me hppy resuIts Zid | tiwa diea-ke. anid In order to curo it; t n --g t "i a
wii 2 fui~ct teisungjjj of "y ou1 haret aeitrnlrmv~ i pre-_-in-. can as'sure vt siU lt
"UaU. C:arrh ttr.e in~takeu in~ernaiy. "t,
tre',!- rrNEtivrk aus'unT of silver t rtifd-a ac directv ,- thebVd anmd trt nflfa-- ti 1; ; d\ il tS.-
-:v p,,-r*lW ut o- br-. i i tv'.. l W at IC I li l .I r
people rould atA- lve a fer, moreom- In-lm k Me% ine. it wa pre.-ri -,,., X 1 tlo l" 43- -1l-,
-intlvix asfe Core ~n- nob qmik ofdint. Mt1~a
veltht al or"%atuaULe con vn ite curr je- i ib-f tetu -yi-L i hi ".j .i -taL mR
-Cr. 'ilt be ob.rvedl *at what h" hs
*ev4'tilo"I. It ifl LbP- '.? cum p-i-re-1 of'.Z14*
t-,-rt, .1e ill i thi* directii ha. been iro i ,wtil-n ,. i e ith Utl- be: thI.7 .L3t (7,.,*. I -<, r
l .mp~ltA X :witbl xt t t to th b t tluritirr n (in fht A u p, p|,
_ieid-neei ,,im rful rults a curing '-0 -LVl>-lrLTRl.tbnxA w.ith- palnnn in ,rtvneral Ribb
ca arl. e w fm- r- D"'a~ LIPe V V4T S-~ ~- `7~' Al~.' - i
B the ifintois canwentio qualiflei -ar .- fo rtTin uioN fN'. :e--',, l? I i, (al er,-
OtnF( I.UENA t 'o., To L i -NA Z4 T" a.
.ErH.. ivo -o- "in ST.
tn baxnotaai-ob"an It '4 L ti ST. LO-UIS EAST' FN S.
tha psirtt nay th m iotanarti -by an l -^ il e ^ i' .i.: EAS i 4

t -n-ti Mt oniuar. f*wf c oh i "I.- --- -G N 1.j .F_ -- j t.-
i <^ i :n: r. |ndTattn at~l -pi(- H ICA o : I. [ C ULYEHIIOUSEI^ -

fEupaiuenat i rd^use to ttle the AS~hisaN I, b ii.?by~ 1'~l^ I BUFFAp^Jo ^^^ ..
tteri iz de" -r h "e p-dv "a- naI" *oi- 1de u, - -
S- -- 2_-- a
alk jzfz <, Id C.x (, 0N lEliIEA S
.< r i~~wpeau i^ nnel^r a U0i 3^y

- S a.-l lwaCTnrucy~i {tt-iWM lls w*i w rc-t-c-
r -vT? n aE 3.d t the i n a e. price
g!II? I .ohera. for tAsanee
it' deb*rase every ^l'^r dollar in th
hbamdi of the teipi tt- ibe Vaihe of tO
c ~ If a~ hict, r c-th e n o fen
:~~~~ httTS Nb6, (-ts.HaasfE1^^'s^f m'I

a vr -r r- .

. -v, '-'.. -,i- - s .- l i-- -- l ^ *- -- .. ..
.-g t # .- t -"-iac ^ ^ ^ ... .

. ," : : -. l -j '- .. _
-= - .. - J -_ - .' 1

14La'^'.- Z -mS A
S . a -J
= =,-_-.S*.iL t -

-piu- $ $0(OOX
SSurplus and Undivided profits -" $, 15,000
;; -. ; . .. - . -
SDoes exclusively a banking busine7.s, with facilities equal to any bank in the
SState. Solicits the accounts of Farmers. Merchants, Corporations. La.
S Interest allowed by special arrangemeLt. All business transacted promptly.
SJuly 12 1891-dawiy D. F. GRAHAM, Casier.






Real EOtate bought and --old; houfs r-rutenl; taxe.ai6d for non-residents,aad
the business in connection with all bwand-h'- ,Real Etate promptly and care-
fullyv attended to. All per-n baking l5rojwert y fir sale or rent are wolicidted to
place the same in our hands.
ESTABLISHED 1.876. ....
M31 c OP THE Mii A% in- _tE H




-hippin Nv. l\ E A


.-:-- MAIEW IDAY fi .ALE.-
'REY M i:-l, i
Iown-m 0,

--Manager -or--





K-a z -,r--ac e r ,-s ti,:. F-! Lhi---.,
and Fancy Groceries,
a- nKrcr TWaInEc ETr es

(-R Illttci" uHi(I ('1(,Ine.e on Ice !

Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
IJ:N'- -L 1T.TA I'. (GAI NI'-%%II.I:. FLA.

*1<-~ ~



I II .ICII Io P Itche's aIIrl-

.-. w .- -low,

G-aixerille, Florida.
Do a General Bankin, u.R.ines. buy aud sell Forei'rn and omim-ie Exchange.
Tie accounts of Bank-s. Bankers. Xorporationaz. Farmers., Merchant. and
S- others reciv dl on fawvrable term.. Sp1-ial falihes f*or making
Coll-ctiou-.o 'all acele i'*, ie ints in the United State._

".""" T ABL1fIIHIOD 1-.00
Sea Island Cotton. Egyptian Sea I-land Cotton, American and English Sea Island
Cotton Ra rin:r and Ready-made Ba g-s Baging Twine. Crued .ot-
Cotton. n;a n g, r-. ...t. C.. .
Stone -Seed Fertiliher. Ginners' Supplies. Sea Island Cotton
S Gins--English and American make.
Second-hhnd Gins of all Kinds in Stock. Cotton Seed
V Bought in Large or Small Quantities.


. H KLEIXPTia ",

II k~' 1) Iu'J7.t~bPi

. I



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m -- C ry or Pitcher's-Castorla&

,.. .e .. .*u te b. .., '. *.-,''* . ''-' .. *ly sZ''?3K '^ ^ 3 K^ ^ S
_M - .--.- -- -. ._ wreath f' t d on the waht Iritdr ip froeemI-_ -
TILE &RFATIEST N iljajp[E Wi~thr andi jet it thiundler out -in ~i n l h ra ns;eut
** . .. : __ __ 1 1--. s -U nA l.--~ J Ni h a rp 's s tri nd g
~ ~~ -sal me tome inth eatsfgPtoa
',JESUS, THE NAME HIGH OVER ALL, eL until every star h
-IN."-. HEAVEN, ER O" it, and every flower shall seem to breathe e e hun s Shall the lot ,-
'. i ~~~~~IN HEAVr.NI EARTH OR SKY. "|i.ndou rnd sd and i;- "".. __ ldw
iI____ -t, a ... i e-mountain and andfor who brought ;yL w
might, -and earth and heaven.acelaim in full ~wl ol
"W~ ~ !Sr1 Dr. Talmage Speaks of the Power and ant, "Blesied be his glorious name f- "
of the- Poec *PAever." The-nae which is.above every W et rn u al f bles t C Ion
a- 5i ^ I tl* 1 Beauty.and Glory of Jesus' Name-He name."h above er an then I
TeUs of the Potency -and Comsoltion Have yon ever heard iB a Methodiz an$ofu -versal a go thro gh tIn1
of the True Relgion. andhuh.du a tme ofrevival, a re.ue
. " . .. ~ ~of souls come to the -altar and cry out fee.. " ad o -
BnooKLyx, M'ay L--W tle Dr Taage mey under the power of just two fines a th d pI5
~ -- -. .^ ... . - - -K is able to hold vast audiences spellbound glorious old John Wesley? the people come o -tt ihea ,
for^ Infants SIby his eloquenCle whatever subject he has Jesus, the name high al1, n botveveuthe!
:-"for-Infaft-and Children.. In heavenor erth, or sky.
fo n an. C l re -m" ...... ... .. " i hand, his never so eloquent or so evi-- e the n h m C
dently great orator as when he preaches. To the repentig souL, tot hfse I th -(o fCs i n t he eaase
~~i v l t o -t h .. .. y .. .. g i rl- t o t h e og. ..r
aS~rtafaA~wdfladapfeatodBHlreuat gI^^^-^S.S^S, 1 fChrist as the one hope for the regeneration vatotheSairl,
B ,CNm. d I- Dm- rbca. .--_M sn. w white octogenaran it isb i W] I t e -
A..... ... I Kils. Wor-uu gives skep, and mot of,. the world The fact was proved this The aged man comes in from a long walk. I n ... t .i r e ne.
n ,. , .. .- -v -. - morning when he discoursed from the text, -and he tremuloxttly opens the door ofhis [ o Te. d Let the I "h nlc
^ ^ S SS ? 9,fthThe w iiich xis onS"..eii
.. .. ... . -. is home, -and he hans his bat on the ol
'7- --m.ieUka e ftt weaft ulirs he amn.d Qan to Pa is here making raptros ad en- orve. i
ton aeft .L FewOth ae. -s b2Il thusiastic description of the -me of to s idren and his grandchildren Myhabo e,3 yr i-
f- g a oqa -_ " ep tnd "- rawa L.- dears, I am-Ii away from YOU- An. BOW WI L _YO.ri CL KI? r

h rist. There are merely *aerkly names whe re i ens av you inad y ou m i t 1 pimtr
Cu m. a- ,-In d"'2a,0 Ave., :.that -sometimes thrill you through and b' sas 4.. am-

.. *- _. --* .- ......_. ______. a h.._,_ fltazrou h tlchwathe"-i--r ch d rS ^l .J 8 and T_. ... ,^~ Nowmem a, .....
.... w : York throu h. Such was the name of. Henry t .J a -s -he ol man m heh ri whe
Clay to a Kentuckian, the nazaeot Wr. W am m ig to u and f ^ him ^ heaver-wh at is a
...lttihrxu .. ... laWirt t o a Virniat h .cal q t Fo u -w- i h
C*B Oix 7Ns, Yo IWebeter to a New Enlue.IAnd the little childcmsi rmp41O ~,js SC~W1~ O i plll
"V"-... .l W -- a-- By co R-mmLon proverb we have come to be- and she i herself in yo. r nd* .and i. B w n
"k -" ""- "- "" lievre i-Lhin a-' sa, "-"Mamma, Pm so I-'m so vBave you made up ou mindt c ll C -
... . -. - -- I,, ,. .. o e.,-m a -. ree and. you put, her to l,..and . ,,. ,o -M-

and so parents som at the ba ptsmer
_- -_ __ . ..__ -__ -___ S_. ..._B_-_ a lmfmtar giveett to their spyh child ek. an nut hest t o e he v en W 14-i -m th il
^ ^ e a T U U N o I NAT ma -c .c -W fact that that tife k some that ned wil eight. whh le oustey m o i ny ]-[ -
.. ... - ---Lbe a- "faime hindrance or a na"it me, I g t, l .I.sn up the p l t o ne hoetlp t ce
'You have jio right ~~ lifetime h your and giv ng th s day e, sI Jocks I' ym boi g#m hc ura nyu

PB Ht.Brna p . "oJ C SO TA ... ..A I iot a. .> -.po or a, #hrtho n-nch beter- '"- .Sl* "l^ ^' f S. i-.^ ^ o "er a am-h s "nt j-
.-.m. l ekin there in euphony moral.a y from you.. You t y .-
-a.e ~i~g gin& lay dwlm,-1. Andl, .oee rhaps y wl betnei -
,.-'- "" :" .. m-i eaning. ", Why, w" deagfl ed e f o o
..... is .. ... a c -J i or yslaein t Jesus^ ^ And am.

-^ _sic .ofV l Ial appel"l-aIIKI I I q lame -whi h.-o h- _th n t
-,od r i ~ YI~c u . B W, -: -.. -*.- -- C. IO T : " i^^ ^a^ Ie^ ^ TOl 6l" ^ '
l Gc"^P" -- _._ Afr~~ts.mt Ch n er I ownt to tes~yo1 i ba e- r and she l wenta isa name hocand !ito. B ta heidne stas forever d
^^^^~I 5bWLLL (^,. ^q 111UU ^^^
--N-IN N tT. T t GUyI- b.yt--taa.t----T----.pa-e---- .te d Wth o te t h h b tim s m- i ark o# plae to- _...hi the
dgEig thr e bybl w anyt ehing abo wit een l pn gtiye, t a isi-
F LO6Et M tDu reason bloom o heatem i and

*nfi tB~ g fla.la ~ Ca Metl rn~ t ih ~ T E s ? T /, .. 1-, . . --, ... .. ..._.., !e r e ~ e~ e wlt,- Saf- aa ..hrew "e to on- -is ... "w it -lv. very harp ihas 11e l a re ot m -'
Tws -houl --d^M .. ?.t--3 *..l is-.. h tde t ae h aebeni decide by .- a. n.d. .peh yo w ill t he .ups into the -a-

^ B ^ H : " . -hf .op n i g s u i par as c .d tl o n n the. -a-re re re e taies .- o- any s l, ue-- c- '* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ T P00^^H ^^~ spld~ ifada~o watigat~adt a prigrdtia 0 i _ i.,, hl spea^, hold a ofn i Chr.i st -~andsay "Myr is, thouui ar the
/ ^ BE^ K R' .wa#:I.J@el Iemov1rti ef tyhrls-s oshl waeng nam e holrenar fa ila udofm iient =pe lly ftinsite luur of. flil T eand kseaidiiL Tb.
" .. ". -- -pa eny- And yet how often i tha we Oh, was it notbeantiful when Ri a O Shaero na te, o f tne l

-M' -^^ l f i i $ ne- Bd e .-i i ~ p c as f y l b roe .ce t f < h + o o ... i ~ i a i -^r ^ ~ ln- .. . -o a .-?a i m o--e .~a ...sal ul lea its I Qer *" .- ?i
seI E .. Th.heard th t hen a rher playmateY -wa s .'
P. M, .-- .g y othaa ne n era tion t s h, e wndS m time. ther tieb hnr a n e sou o.mt
VesH ded .m-we ad to en So i ta e PMUmTO o e from go ft t th h us and 5 heavn ta e iselve inpl th- f i
.0 tinu ST-._ AUGUSTI-NE to C- I m.I rn NATI pi ca o .-__r t c asof a l ont a go smnefoonreha pe ne d shersao th b tohe dying op l .t Mlaz ayso tht evf rive
DyC~mius ave mvem~ of toDC~inO~i~g aartment, e. sa- -----flAc i to be -afflictoed with it. Institutiqns iand sesi otedigp Iee ~ lse fuei

r. I Noe ei la chorgell- Daves S tO Agusme Da. y, 11 lM A. J ve. aL C a..s g ...et enepie s... m w i th oaT 'f " ""h" -are-& -oog ns e fot tallbi no',_ a nd
.M..2:3.P. M Wa ycr .4.35P .7;m p P.M Arf'B M aco pM P. . . .. fiam .t deliberation trIt asa m y wan l o p n f
Sghty destinies hae been decided b a said the ttlegr that was s
... --. ad . "- .f. :name. Whfle we may bya a lo coun e of : o gv th e k to in the eo n-ng s th Sa of wh o lu
Sbeiavior get-over t .... -u playmate., "Well, then f you a .re o you w
Mugu S mL"4MUD TRamL eofte w onoh.-ete onm-" "the-e I
ofhaving been baptized'with the name -o Aengv ylv ohm"I~ C-te onA" httS ntesml~ o
.... .. ..ad B ft SeepinC = from AC .V.... to C C. a -s t or a che t, how m uch better it h the li of the 1ofld..afh- ....1 t eili .- y o p ,n a i. ,I
7 Ws"am -- t0M P. .; eu nk" -.IL;ves s, nuaou ave13l-te cau P.y ... .. .:aa, &i0 PM.; Waycr... 10...-P.M.- .. .. . I p! would have been if we could have all hood or t
A_"es at -am A. a .- h 3L .. started life without mc inc- ftha r w as dyn there -1 golde .nd cn a -d.i.
h aA f, t.2. .A. M .Ch a tta nc,! s-i d t o- h im q u o t in g o e r .u t e r n -e r t t P
-. - I o C ae a C m lav Ch baI for WadI igtoi Philadelphia ad New York "a 3 A. X; J s A. a# -. T- is f where t. e wae r ike it h r. -i All i
Sh in t andh e in-wn -eaoa-- -.". hi'de andktae a.

b- "then sa n ca y an o e I sages of Sc.-ripture, burst forth in Ai bcame "-- t"e r k a ro" c a" o l yo i l a
V all y Pir a]
tonss of admiration for-the name of Chrb .. -e -w - yo will lo pthe-face of.Chr ."
RntCUto5UX5~2fU P(33?a a .e lowmy oi w ant -to inquire wha"t w .h ...er t qgl ad tiod gy inK m o f t %a I say, M f L -.- fl L t a the.
-std othatAppellation, Tet.name which in any name-trdyo i l be wBudt.n sp on g thledi rde -Fr

IL A M Y ffi L .a4 -A9 j* _-.. r A._ t_. B -, .aCK 01 f L .FLA .. isa bove.- very-nam e Ine th ooe eves::p yce i.. " m i h i r .. : -, .
naIFI.hefrtlla 1a eo Christ., that it is, a mighty n=11 __
sek g yo in regrd to the name of -n the name of
speaking to You ea~Rothschild-isaua mi ghyin-heCn

. ... ~i l _- C N .i y4D w h it i s a n easy . . .: : .: .
-.OXV.-. Ti- Asst tell Pas. you itnis mercial world. Sillimah is a nam e y of thie --.A nen w orl int t
nAm You are s metimes i-r-. to, i d. o nig is ..od. -
people with long and unpronounceable n he scie. wo-rld. I -ri a oly Land yo will loo=. "t his of
namees, and you have to listen cautiously ihyinteltarwol.W hlii --syMy od i Ldhuat-
to- get tlue names, and you bave taheax is a name -mighty in the pltical Wi'1 les~hr fteEeh.tt~ il.
-. -.... I - -them pronounced two or -ree tim a e Wellington is a name mighty-in the anii I-E s AT-E-
.-fo.you. risk: trying- to utter them, hut t.. world, but where in all the earth is Bthei. a e n b
SILK ~~ wti h Uis tw yeax theL 'littl hid namne so potent to lift and thrill and arouse-~ cl i.Prasta ilb h i
New ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~mm -qG( :~ ~~I eiiishnsa ok padd and -rafly-and bless. as' thanme Jeu'nm aentieft-n e.tirn a
ffW-,t t sound of thatneame In'.e sed-w.-+M t h i a- l l.- E

b.y-. .. ... e Lt.- -hl d -u -. a par a-scc." t mornDi ngh c theren ca re re re senate. o a,~ -..,t. ile pa~ od hd u -ndred miii "e n Th r is noth in to h a- ,-,
so -. n.-m n cnd ld cta nlth e im.nufactu Lar ers cl nd or] t wit th name o dhftelriunm nofther t_ er ._ _:. .
.. ..m .n .i_ ._ ...br hr an.itrytko n.. ... ... . s ngof nd too daean more tan .Vi e ti--

4 .,samaeeiedA ... ottaouknow and and mswb .ll.fl. oHehven yrell!.-The ,un whl

a ofieternitat the sound of thatof
Y----.---- ou. -Another child c*l 'blanch and cowerand groan and kneel tahisof wh th name has no'
S"IR there, do you know me" "Ne hesa ,weep and repent and pra-l ieveand charm, thoh itissoeasy.thogh itisso
7 1' *-- fnmwJ.onlnn nurirl I1 don't know you." Thbenaodtriiimp' besatifL, though i is so potent, though it h
I to eame inand s Do know me come todayand Ae
---tal LtR...3lUlu_ ..lHe sai, N I don'tt thn l sa Oh, it isa nam Under .t whether there anything n Christ I
SM Then- said the minister. power the last teple f sperston callene oto tt with me tL.-nr
-eu" Oys'said the dyring'-oeth a f
.T --r au n
mi comne down and thie 1&tJzenn fi-hg'h~hr(t4~~ w~~t
No B StreeqN. W. ; m Jesna ciuies thou
.sand is he and the one altogetheror iand whether tt-he liopyes
SWASIeGTON .-D. ages and for a -.a.s.and.. horse of carnage, spoen of in a-w-- ..i. Ghosisnioent
fllor alcoaditions is an easy name. eon 1a o te haunches while the Come, and te wil kn-l at thealtaref
TiF ALTf IIIIIIof[uS IDY}UTl[S1H EeHloetyhaFRUaITS vsea. n tebak ore fdethmEGET.myijutleB.LEhaleg
'B mus II ^g .I lovethyo i whitel o oftvitory goes forth,-moan:e mercy. ,-Yu kneol- one s e of the altar : 1#
.r i _i. im u s i c t o m y ca r u d e h i "i t
-L EF -I O iFain wouldU IunditLtso-L of Fhimawhoha theiin o0 er an 1 will kn l on the othsr ideoofthe
REFERENCES: .R: heaven and earth might hea=. i the stars of heaven fr hi altar of mercy. and we will not E up
AG,, _-CY.- Mighty name! It will fist make -
But I remark further in regard to this whole' eat and the w'it vie mak dwer be oacieal ort h
AR L SAIES RENXERE'D DAILY. nameof Christ, that it isa&beutiful n all the nation sing- Mighty name e
-_ ...... Now you have noticed that you ca n nr i- Oedonons seem to be gving wa:. u it--he name which s aboe every
JAMES ES. Scnn Aent for Florida-. Mar3 . cite a name from e France a to gire up some of her fao-
_._. _U-E.... .... person who has. .T. There s. ....ome n o Spain has. lost a great deal of .... ......
'ua--rw-ci -- --- ?--.* rTTD- I for ainstce, thaT are repulsive to my hear pwr mn o the throne f f t<- g .e o cawth < i tlm tot.
H--MRS I w -ee, tI bei " -"
-..-rlX O TT. --- .IY O Those na s -wae attractive to your ear. world-.-e ing lowered;mn otemy ,le y move u,- t -
!-. _- JJ k -I L 7G P r -.'- ---' -m ." -- --'- scepe~rs at-theworld- are-bein sb"-o-r te-" ----edLw,
What is the difterence? Why, I h p 'eb n t wmsoapened -t_----.--b.--nom- ,.tha we h "
..... I I I ru I '" tOD m knowe s ome errmeat thaI am e w hoibm t every tract djstri.utor, .very Bib.
"-D R Eawere "I e or Sour or thet o -r i-printer. every Christian institution. ia. t frou al hs a0e t t1 t e -
_orHniiti .uw orf MAK R =W^^ ^- ptt^ S
.- DRESS, df-c -and the ls es pRESSaba dreah "-Wipp Li ..rad"h"
fA_ M E...R .... l. tn know n tat Chris I ; tai already been beo"_ under d wiOi 1(.br ft Ohi,
denial. Si a tha e ainwecanwtdhsaaocate -neh 1_ w l.ar d nthe Siberian .yfieds so. pw al ue
atae untile theL andk arinne.w

M 'who p aa anhe dnamein eet tyo. you the i wzol e tru aa. iii
!_Wto b th nag t: r m n- ^ l^- dkiD .w t-^ ia^- e ^m-pgd -Ta ae-
-G.INE..VILL.E,- .- thinFLORIDA. makes the name of J" unqmahy wwalow up al other nDam. Thl cr owe wo. tr is
-beaiufu Iwill yet. cover -up aLl auher camuwn. That coeite .
beempire wil Ie -compass all 1dominations- -
ca=* P 11 -ed -ttI- a nt~ w aill who ent us-t thi-ir 'w A antpooneta aei t u -r ue shin. caaa yod spewnt his'!* ansbiizaoti
eopanrexpenwWt be -I torives.-fa r presence, hut you think of Betblehem ad Alse[haan actfrada.
me- -I "esPe ullYs A* ahliber&al i.har.e-i - .Gethei-nane and GolgothaL, and youa ha I a wis . ,
&Ddyoubea bd tedervvi*. eturwiag justice lift aloft ber sesie;
-loving face, and you he hi tder worl, her *If doaadt eni.oakwbenrn-has pen
I P-a youfel hi2 ea.:.e toach. As so O af .ea w hize robed tnno favici hve .- .t to te qu-. ti c. The oB -. thi-w i-e
*-I pronounce his name in your presee s emcend. --_, weth-er y.u.wa. Chn.L C= t.. ti"
.... .-KIN-E-VLIE I l- [A-think of him who butnq l h heaw- A tk5br.,- NA-e. n- t ge a a -"
enly hierarchK. yet came Bu t ,UG I remark a8ain. takiri a 'sp f9'r- "WtWre tin at'ord1i, grace itall m'9u
j fastedtd o t.i- fi- which the rough men ward in his *ibect, that t.e ae '- mr -. cxd t rr*i9 in allttiw_ a ,.'t
I h in t-.l It f- e-iiaret. you think of him- Chritisan i anamf -i . .ai.... a R.-i fwla be
S dIt. 4sns atld are thA lt o f tl[?i efn t e o f- I _!.a a-k-i ft t
fe ."t. fofa. ix-tsore on the road to Em-s we-ed itSaci f..rum the -a.eme- ta r."- tm aly ed Zts-- 't- W
hun1 bushe >-lsG aL!c" Fauts,'- -V Cz '- t .. Lhi ame in your heair. that W&I cr S' -"Ol-irM'xl -' -,4,r E
-A, IN. L IY u-is- ; c think rig Lt a-x of come al smnd recL'cl It -' -st -^ -ycwho arz cr-ne ow' It is E-
sthek. ard o"r;'r a: 'o restored s r- -~s r4. tin' cts: I tbh na-s- glxey W-li-t th'! I pireth- I; w:H .Ai'*
have i or and who helped fl We- hrv, th: % ts e aieof the grlat'.. n lustefrr: v-ir eve U w>.i tatt r-
have in stoc. Ant'. odB r k 1,*'a-- -1 t l b* L
-gct, and m ..... -, I -- L'--
SPAiSii PEANUTS, FLORIDA PEANUTS, CLAY' crippes.CV-tcL usemaad wAo SI.r &I' te Aeaed !Z1 UrI'I
PAN dow. in- e ldwuigthiM -ieyes o- the babe 1,-t, cc-. e# 1 ba_.e-o- .a
whiu titn vtZ-i:g-d x go to kia&_ ths 5= At:-. wioEd Gf hcarti It e
kI "de .;' +- )W hu l i P.L I - an'und W .anit da e !- -.'-..arS -rac- ad-I o--: ., f?, i h h_1 w- W a 1-, r
-'10 h ndedb sheLs-Gennian Mj1u:a nW ijiw -:-4 Pc%:2iW a~ r --,- M lwx ~
1 0 0 h u-lB iared p- ..'."O: & Qe -e I U.t. Cat-'--i (0 i 6 a -'- h s z g '
T inw are, ". -"__; f"-- = -' :. -- .; a s" ----*-m "t;.-ame J. r .. . ".:e- *t sa 'Rrr 't-O- -" 2 fc.?-t < "o l I-a p e p -"--

-- vj !- - -- '- -- '- *- - e--- I--" z c e lE -.- t> cA L 4 -
"01- 1 T HOI' [--.\: .. I T1r j I i ^. :t^ .=.'- - w&sa ws & : .- tf.a.*^ -.-U : ^ ra- ff .^ S r ^- ^ s W a -*
IJ- - --_-- '- _h*-- ^c- for Pntch. ert u a. ,- -"a'

1Vbole~'alc and KctU Uaic in Ill ia"' th-. ~a eoJa CbrMaS.. *sz. ^l*--G;:. -td'-'^ '-y^^ h ?^^al tU t^
*"B ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I I- Ae n -54 If -* '''J J ^ I 9 g - - ^ -s -* ~ ^ s- - ^ -. 4 .^:-'' ^ ar" '-!r*: :a t -e h i sp W h~at.^* .-

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IE:4~~1:LI:N~ILrI It Ii. I -_

'K II'IW -~ t . -- ^ CO R H O '^ ^ ,,, ^ wed ; . -:- ^ ^ .'^. C&^ la. L.s-s a L^ ^-
Hiia Cry for Pitcher's CatAiS. C I

A the sun'and cried out, &
on hast conquered. "
today, my hea-tr, sirucl% throUaL
row of God's gra-ios- Spirit, To.
ietnnhofwhi.zI hve been say-
woldsarrender yourTself to she
o bought vyo. you w\-'i say -.
anger battle agis CLri't's r
i Jesus. thou hast conquered."
Sname! I k3IOWOt what yo will
it; but I wiU tel you ne thing be-
up-I must tell it. I will te yon
g here and now,-that I take him ra
my Lord, my Go& my pardonm my
my com. rt, my salvati my
Bleme be his g orious =ame for'-
The name which is above every

nia is that imumrity in the bloo-I
actumuilatini in the glaidds t
ik, prtdut-e unsightly lumps or
igs, whie causes paIminful, run-
re- On- the anlr.- 1-'gS or fet.
develops ni'trs in tiw veye, ears-
L. tften -aus-ing blindie ordeaf-
xhieh is the oriWin of pimples
ouS growi;a- wid iwarly other
L.ation l-li -Irv a-cribed io
r-" P. P. P. i_ the friend in
A course of this valuable bioodl
er. and vou will be a u'll mail.
I ff-- fr n '.croi lu a 'n aly _
riotus forms. be ure TIo take '. P-

ema. "scalp over Wth er.pti. .
rT proven a.uie.-P. '. P. P .
ried andthe h.air jl x--. to .-rw
n-it apipi. an e seen, and
,. DU: I *:,
IP. sin prvr'd .rlf a wv.kr-
On cre.

Baby wasW Ck, we gve he'r (Aia.
Ssbe wS w .&am-osbecre for CaOr-
kshe becom~n~se N rmz"w C aw'iaOMO
k." bad MAdC xid RWXL-

uer, salt lieus cald Hew mi a O
roniO Sor, Fever &e LSOM _FAi
Pra&Inirie Sctt&-e Sore JiJVioS
I Pile It is Cooli aM roothifl
red ofCa~s hnir'e e carcd by
ter Saot hermV ..mi -d
i put up mu W ad W__ ea eat bOMW
HIGH plt-
iom the Advance.
Farmnv.- from shfe eN!rfle west -.ud

Tii't- u i rcpd- t t 'Zt+ a ..ot'i j +-.i 1a at ,
)Itday. -dtbs Sr

Miss"Iol Gu-. l-t~iha-z return)ed after
ttxk 0 oIqI~d3II5-'-1 to find and ia
- at Brtrou.QI -f- ;".'. '
; is exist-r'd toi s IhBi-lad s ,'te for
le reg ular appoi,;luit'1t of.[II'v. MosetyC.
2e asor- "
Mr..Mar'key ha-s nu'wve hi- old dwell-

is,-ft of Misai Ton'k.-. siho h s ti
ea-ih-zi g .-h-1h.l he. re, &u a ,anee that
ilgt at Mr. lt,'.;k" re-idhne-c a-hidh
^ram.an enromT!'le" .^.r

The public school (-], sdl ire yester-
lay.-The .e'xamlhinfn. Of i',. pupili.
otauzlucde this l~''lr i r "f "as tIe da
ir. Ceox. the teadr. ha "z- had
harre twoH rnothan has greiatl mi-e
rt't'e the '.e-harl tt.'t;v

har2e twoo month and it- erv y il-
SIhe 41.(t4hiet'tv i, I h"- v.h y.-
he t-inm ~az -- h ri- -.C-u-red .-hv-at,*p -
.c:- 5 Ek-ugia-i u -i ,,*:--uls-" isi. ; i-,tk
Vill now.I t'cmitrli'll" i" a+I " i.;l r *- t;
Isan ever lwf-r,,.



Martinsville. NJ.. MetlWdist Par-
soanagw. w -My acquaintan with
your remt-dy, Blschcx's Ci(Taa
Syrup. was m tade ab-'ut fourteen
years ago. when I contracted a Coai
which resulted in a HA-rseuess and
a Cough which disabled me from
filling my pulpit for a number a
Sabbaths. After trying a Pbyssciapi
without obtaining redif-I carrnft
say now what remedy bet
-I saw the -uadtt':ti'-' t-! ... ur
:enKt-ty an-eI obt Mned a bt-N-4 I
received suInch qux k and' 1*s-anti
help from W t we ha
had Thr-oat '-? P-' -'-.

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