Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01793
 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 10, 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: VID01793
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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; .~f^ ... -ffififioX^' y r-o.-l -.t the office and memz.re theI -
^tt M~ffB~iT Bfifi^^itis a ggofit. act accordl~iy i |< l Lv Yl
--. :'- --- Srer ilo, the Democratic v
DE-..D GAT.III.SELU.......EJ) (i v~ib' u e -p .met to elect II-Hurrah Ibr Denton, Cato. Bel and'
BfiJB6A3 UXX5TD 4WT lke &be ia^met to eleft 12 Hr^
" ATUDAY-. A-g.t....' Ceo convention on - A -
Q_ Im ific-N -r. B. C HodgesO new residnence s
-.OOrSTT^^ii miLW;Smt sect:Iy <^j. Marl^^ -wre~dene^ IIIIi
-,- . .. -- o.init effii i.e toi select twelve names -
-.-C R & Ct oY _e snb.i i t e t t hl e m e tin g f-r e lec- W -H -Ie< 2t Tw n M sv U, ^in. "f
S -V;-- ._ --t -ur -last w- Wi fi sf
-D oei CoQBn UCuireii oni T he foI6w^B were h poinm e 4 comn in the pUhospha te bniLand. oeS- r L W l n s
--.-enii es in tis- city on next m ittee.: 3J. r,JW Sith. B w sonaly getting there. 's -nm l i on's
esdai, were- he in nearly +eyeryv FobtanaeJ3 Emerson and L Mont- We had a. 1htan ondy e
t in, the ev "jrdng, hiwas ~badl- needed ai nd _a23lea rnhdwamho ncanget on
Vo- owin is the r -olt so far as the After due consideramdion tle commit- appreciated. a- an i- .. _
precins have been heard- fro the following names, which eyl -. tw 4
m wamwimftv i~emod: ^^ yjli8 contest 1tee X-<' ^ :
wereN~ No.-,d t elete I G. Ros;ebyu of Gaierj ilef*U a~d, 3.
WEEC1TO^CT O.X &3 W-Citerm S.iBauknight, J Barran
:-- ssvi^ May 7-hinmorn- J E B B B Taylor, L Mont- fray that c ame offS-
WxwxAxTAsvxr fo EMay a -rgeaneinsfio Fotae W D Evans (dar at this place was awar'*ed t6 the
x^ix 11oa0eeka and entosim- I^^latter gentleman, Mr. Roschvi aigre
mi-,ehtingwas hel i 'the -old "ut IR eeve, DC Hart,- L _onon an ta knock his man out on lthie third ro-nd - .--u a s-.-..
houe ien this plaee the prpmSe-ieing to L ifi-h he failfe dto do. 1 -
a treslo r t m i t ir w-' structed to VteP for r- - -- - -:: -- --:
Tl. I ns-u- -.eb marest for nominating -monty officers. B f -x -
d im th-e "olwty -n t"onin, whic- In- ]F- avor - - ... .
.ieets~~i iyo i o --hn -_May. .Th ,te mi n. ". then adjourned. f -w y-- . . .-
--i-.7 eeri ws cle.led te order b li -indiatelr after adjournment aI As faras .eard from the "followg1 I --' iS
; .- ,Tii who st- t t be ie idn- -a elub l a,3w orzanize- with 4-. prewcte have instructed their del:. I ..
t. !eti Af whi Mr. up e fmTs, J W Wideme w erosei- I to vote in favor of a priiar election -
ws made e s president. W D Evi a ice p resident for nomination cou-- officers: :- -
---DeI ," and t IE Baaknieht secretary. ""ai-esville ....... ........ .... a a Iv -- i t .- -- -. .^-

" be. tted dt ": " -" --.-.----D-" - -- -t-aC" 1 2. .---A-.n- ..
taatiael aat from -th s4 L F.
to ekt ted deleates toowi-couir'e 04-l P s elg- 7 i ipig 4oo

.,__ecr.etary In vsagthvteouto the &eve 06ne to n b wte -
Wappoited D. iodgr. J. X y J tCapt AX Free delegates are n fadrur of the pni- WLIfsmE.--- r PWe LV
D:. e otd. A ter th.e -th e AM _b en s e.. i n h n ar Has r ted t qu" n i --. .. .... o..1
wo l 'e t o dew ter -J bie e ~ toe feelo Inter d -AM -1 e Wnd-S o~ ra ...... ---------a-T 0 e & ^ ^ irte s *- - ' *"
_Wh tefolwa denlegate hbad _bee dumy -.

Ay.._ JoMay. -i ,.. Zo;e earrap _ two -A Gros andie- _- .-. .. ....-...--.-
i -odi" C-ve, T- a daw-- bJ weretwo ve m t meeting. dele vr nven- ee ertllz i
T~more to tal h eerccu--

".--- W-S-i-- -r wnT-u. l o m a n u-. tion. the chair
-9eeil hep Those Whos, wis a tors.68.

lete d a.-- d .e : _el t, cvImont e o e follo atier ir, t s .. r a nHiw h.mmortt. Sp rin, to no .on "

"-A _... ---.X ~.:-K-I.. ... :._ & m eim ntaoy no,. .^^ ^ ^ -.-s~co ii farhe-r sarme requested to eome axr- ... **'
-- reta ot. -theredtalitfutae0 -. | R | |
-in -Ii vis kint 4 hich t ou h t casi eGainesvil l te -conde neion -re th e only uO T PP A -
W-^SW an- tarr fie. _--_-_R,--.7__._ Em_, T"e chairT^ bfor -.,'- n ram i !e--

S17th -tW- .. --. A C roe prim- . - _
X.-D.;had,' ~ *a D pecr. J. X)tir eetovts nti etn~ ot t ore delegalare in favor of acne-

A -W hict ar e border of the osdayr to Hooda tPills reliever ll- jaH wdih niI odt5eby-y -
:- .... -PIwIasd i1{Iid .mencer we thLk Denton belBeu e ,.--ekrhac oe tto e5 ra
t..-e- d .-ieleg r i the vote i e n t -iu te f ly e i e r.

._.D l.oss.he was illmernd. Th ret o illfairl ad PHOSPHATEI
more 0-and no e W- T wu
It was hen. to ta thi; del ioeiatth edT, i-
S odr e f ar5~ a .z h e r .n r n o -

AS.k every vothe ordercofth to Hlt
"-.J W tith (Wsdito lira .ine t heIi T o that U'j-im, u_ .- u _, ....~ -__l .... -- epait g foruaa~e& As o U l-uen ats' ai.
epesjefrncs wehrtIl pue. thin DCross and ______ treezyll arelierw thee tol t- preetch
Rap-%V vweetovts n.i e t e-et t h-eea Pine faortt of for conms, -e.h Geea a ro

-D : 'e.W S tait- iIiUrCntied. --ret in Xz Sr- prize cntes fr tateeio Lrl bo a. Fetiluelrk -.
R as"- with Bell an C o.a thWe empt andleeve1 i ... .3-- IdSit .- ... {
-.. - -win fo r-.-io u. -F r.heriffd ti andmhi n t tmhe o t polpu ar -tII

-- S. IL Speer moved that Ht. S. Rih- Tncker -I decidedly the favorite- He hdY in th o continues to.... in cre e .... --11U.lhi-LF E &. CI^ilin I-
-ideI 'e -chos ena to-repr ies ent thisee- all O haoe- ne,-_ n wa e to. th ist ... i -
Zered hartUthe -4. tharate tofMs Clara~n T houtkersor

o i -th exetvela ewbl madethebetsherif^f we ha ever had, was en with ri of tenu vote, Ta a .
w. a o-pf -i ted.- and. a a o.. . h in Therefare ie .. .
.... e nvedrthat thiso ere -inch iih vo i hei to m -.. re.do t, TV& is he- -0lloQ f o io i
~1eer was, a outhy wi sport hi Weatenio

heril..y -nos -io -_W .. -~ El..e er" w ihat he ha doe" an fpo r " g i-sithe recrd-up to the time of goin -." ": -- "" ._ I wedirect specialaie to
-h of" st'a'te h' for f--Iwhat t'hey' to' pres- Miss Ds'l Reynol, ;. Mis-I lrw-C" fl" E --HtfIUI 'i.D R S
Indo._ eu -u i y -h ou -.h. fo som r -ear Pa e- ..Brac ey, 1$; ... Fr n Wrer 2. Ud ? B m. .lt~ &...Id IfI n -h .e S n- ... T t r T T. ." " = ", t "" "" -, & c m m u .
T-T -- mi e -r-. Mi W illie P ilip Mi _ini .. ., -
venionearr~ied waeunflIQ)Ull Isopt
ed.~~~ . I nfaeidercurryd. Th cari at "vMs hr LDStige:o' ear oeAet i hed -~~ 11L.. ./

; d ...: -_ _- -._ -. -_ : *- -I-.- -- - " il -3 L is a v F o ~t r, 2 ." ; : i .'- :- .-
.I s mt.wdb Dr.w. P. lod 7te-The Demojralie ao- -- "N 0J2_. :5. 1116 R P IACI -id.
-:rtb -- -:7t t 7 .-M
Am~~d i~oosE and dfl sui frclk andsembled gin e ma. Prtt Cof.wvle -.. J.ols Adrd r

eventy-v r yearat tthlus e
o.t at -ted I-,s coar t the ex=- 4I am in my -e ar andI _-..' A..- -
swtisu &tVe m t o callnbo this ex years- Iave been- a reat sfeing
~teemn '-f -. 7M. -. ferer from in"dgesti, ontipafItMn and'
~~ ,~, ~~ ~~ y toselftt four delegates to repres- 1 t" I have- tried a&H tbe reme- ehrm sokafu ieo
sign -- i" e toil umn a- ".oventionto he held dies ad.rtied or these deae and -Ladie. and M isse
am I as a got no peranet, relie., About
frsMoe h in GAinesville -May- 17th gtU6ee a
Irmousy 0Th meting was- wale tom Usdr bytyar Wg the diseafe ,assming a
dngro for, I b-eca
" ---i RWi committeeman.,,-. a very weak and loRt Ae' r ap ^ t kIh
". - .- on... 49B. Dell was eected aainan .ow nced H. M"ley' L i" Fh
d J G.- -a- -r s-rta tlv peu i- E.iir --ated w-d -oo- in -- .g jWrp.
-.- ; .--.6.-- t"rsa. _"- -hree month. My -r-engthand health. ja a !i-..e G.rri. -C-
-"-"--i. ----iiic llarm poitedi a My appetite and my diestion werper- -C and
i e l .- __- -- -- --"of- fiOve to select o ur stable f v rtord, and now Ifeel 'aynf - -bui -I C
.- zi w-v, MaTy 7.- e e u to the couty con vention 1 a.d vigorous I ever 'did in i, life.--o
Mide wte"m Ofdi .I o INCln> t ggn!itte aft dfliberie con. L.. p --"-- -...
:-. ..-. .- .- ... -. cs: b... -. a._ i nu ..rep r ieth .folo .wing_-_. . na- ~ Door-keepe G S te ent..
it-. C_ -_ ad, by-' BCMW"B ~ .:,
eaptol, Atata. Ga.- Aug. I, THE GAINIlLIE
MI -Ies o t5Iee t t S -I. ". i. A.. is .- - -
,y j .Wh'-h- .n-...O Ax'hf, a, .hfi I' -ii n "li St'iG-Be J-.;:AIAJE~r
X_ U' ._ _B r r-i__
wrwhkk wats ir$Beoot~ kha u K -te. :. rinm P G.: F iany yers asU c UIIIaUII :
ia Ie^ 11Yf Oaia 'it o T~wdarI A resolution inor^wng primaries b~ave b^'~'n a real sufifre frtBB indigm.May csrei Mr..~~trwtsrm a~~aJ> E|boie
Aw~ amean ofp~-o noeieating county Ificr ww.&c,.I.aits i nrv r

- -"'' da-- .. ''- -^ ~ ~ ri la ^ .r'- 1- ...... .------ .. i. -I i -.
The~ ~ -pardn A, calleds to rdr tatu.go

T. l BK i w^ ^ tot&i..),, 44e m T 1 &-- i nti- 1 } Dr.O, I Ukt J. ,G_. %S* --. J _..
Mr.-H Ie ..a.d a-~ r a Imet -ae "tiut .J. B. I> n- ^'-2L 1^ ^^ I-S.Si -,-S i l 1 I- S^ aa l *."
eat Withe l#nltct ... rn- "- e ie c ittet hr x i ; h< n y.r maB ny y" M--.v r.-- -
Ieaafr w^ai e ci e 111i1i ae14 .a.je.'t-4J. B.+I)AI ^ Wl ? w " r -A l -h- .
_- z r ,,a p---i--tt -t--aend a -un:y. ir ...r S .b. G so ] I ro- o -m -i
-- i^. of dL pers s t" ee | -. i o i. Z i nid $1 .- oe -hf^ch i y wK- .. wa i iit 1
na- -a- d-el a te t. j- b.::k. Pr-p .r ""-h rDr."U.^ .y ..^ N y .
-:_U t -:-y bt oalikI Tb iOn-iI t -te9,T .. --_,_ _- a-- i_ _ -
afterC dubeTaduchare ~ ~e ? andb xweo asple

__-- uaia.=i Ai.inte* a i o ,e-M- i..at .r m.z. u ,, Count -fv, ,U
A ..irti ad to b-r ig -Uit h e M -
auy a, C Ha Alter-a tf mv lM R A IE until I fi d o a u
Wlet ,.^--B^ ees te l i T-ame n ti e w -e oie,,' t,. ,.U.-, .-r to 'A -ft

"" i- 35 ~ il i tiin-i,_th,- i _d' i-mibc to t. e si c -".
-T ailtoth. ,t. .Bre e tln t -:a -._- -ftul a iicr !calle f ntp's Balia.
-A m . a_ .. -A - ."wa s -a. lb. l. ,, o n Ii, ata ,awui, .""-. -
ttt a ud ii a^t' krwN^l~a-1 M-tit Rs^ Ine ame DOWl&.T^

Em.. -v L1 Witds,
t a te tOWIT whether h Til Willard W01 Kb yn.g 3o C Ban 0 tB- a. P.ur

S ; e t, o e

RI. mtb AOf l^ls Grov was et I WW Jui ^ siu a min~Jaaot~negbw~ koigl~UIIL ietai
-sit MEWV ir-e s 1- H V_ ..G a s S to v e
wob hedi that CW""U a*thi A, fbo*era &. 1. Ii)VriLW
jo lv 1w-in Ds UL. ~C ai$ u. W4i *-t.5 &1 MUMSt-1tbvi. t e.W ipa hyb t ~
boleasIC- M. rM'am-. ,~-m W~
-Temi tt ii4ws bame- t h '~~r brmei .tar Th 7 gu 4 es(idi
m~U***A Delea es g d# up Anmiafle b)ir D ma h- -4solerweth
A.O wee SUMsar. ShlIm. ete f tSt V4~P1~ ~r- li~r. ~ ~ W5~P~~.4~
~~--~~~-~~~ 1umm&~~WXI NC- iI iN ti ai'.~iecn .k o aeb i tqii i t



Store Trhis Wreeks,

e of these valuable Geographi.

uw-w" _Im -v
I Boo, k ablty

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to our magnificent s -oc "f



le Fabrics,


( every kind. wc ae (th

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riais yju CSI pcstiyefy vaw
at the B time a ^ thib
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"DoErLwry dMAcrpRim
1 thi _ectio..

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-~ I __________________________ I

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Ak: ASpat IS-.- la. f.
- -M-.CEAL Pr- irieto-.-

ME UAILu-SU pu d .rerina-
WCYity.40e aided to anypartof the United
teB, poetagefree, (w5jaa pea.3 six
ntk ;t.-8iiav i adraos -
Leading notices In locaicluwmnaM %a ents
fig fer each and every inaertion.
pmilifa notieU In Special Column one
Wa woord for ever insertion -

-.-H WZK-i tt. U, --b* io :O f .i
-o -eveW .. a. o id a -

_--_-1 glplae iec m.ract Patego
--E Dr, tt UNth Un -the oi r

--L. 8-wo, ig an litte uw-chs npap
lermma Its$- he beo ee p'ae boted

Tm .-OVZ Rierwm -
"- I -evdtlo .eetry t I a etue
anWy conusve pOpbeeyas eto-wh will
-be th Domeera-d candia fMors -Gov-
^nor. If otpe is general consensus
Er o iOWat iatflthFIPkritla. Ise thie
-valy of torttlaBl rurnlee oo^h to
-have the honor of preMeB 11g the stand-
ad-bare1 iIkppeaMB that Judge
itchfLj M ilritetheeman. Mostof $he
- Sties in that section exhibit W -
uimity and great In his e-
Qf course, Hon. Jeff. B. Browne- wi
get some complimentary votes from the

fromthe western. he, Hon. 3 a
^H~jit ii ^ tf^^P^gwin3
go iRto some stronger BMan.
-Dri Gaskmnates. wll-hbave very active
and ethusuiastki friends in thW State
DrkCrawford, if he throws Up his
4 elaim o the. Secretayship to take a
\iefiee for the nomination for Goverpor,
^lI1 betbe real competitor for thehonot
qnA Judge MitchelL The two old
^ wal r-hors know the strategy
'^eng~tho eac 6th oker wrell.-
.By^newspapers ilesss Dunn!
havelUd^ band others
^l11^^*"1 ^^f f or flb<
^^fr~o~pr. N onecangainsay
^ ^aH^atef ea 000fir thi
Each of dices|gentlemEBn possibly, wil
have mor IS ess upport in the con
veation jutul it settles down to 're
#hen ther waibe a conceutra
tlBIforces on the mainangost

ftcannot be true that there are onw
W whco~e^ posing,orbigne

fr the Governorship, for the purpose
of being in position to deliver their sup
poterstome on else. It is to -i
hoped that If such agame should appeal
S OWr may Fot bw able to d-llvef


A glimmering ray of light is throw
^po the prnwpeet of a third party sad
dnely coming into promluneim this yea
-by the action of organized labor in thi
city the proposed -- mneedtt
wbich w to hae been held -a Than
wyalft lbtoindoet the SL-Iauk p6at
*W=. Some -v --handred labor Bani
a.ile.d been invi6Btoto~t giit
_th Amg,, a g-od edo.. and tab
resul was that fout hundred and 9wsie
fy it the erganialuom. held abLo (3
the thIy o .caiaiom rImesMes-
uit the "e eat-e ailM -0
cu~oriesy or as A pfta4 EoNrssy
As a poitical novest the WW"is -

. ^ i ;;"-.-' -.. ..
ft ki v ay Utat organuzed lab.
BOt g ito p- ie* thin ymr. 3
would be. a d yu~r for the vtable In
tAmm uf the workLimgmmu If the Te"Ilt
S- : ved by as of effor and of "-i"
... shuld be iupftriled by expomr_ i
he chan.C and haNavro of'pUtic. I
the PeVlev pany w'bes to grow -N
quoughto cast a -badow It will hbav t
gept its grw &h elsewheks t tma sre h
city workisigmen. and Itt next reh~nc
is upou the Alliamteeuf tb. eonber
The mBight be e hopeAt reciul
-hre if Lodoe and his Mw.epubt.!
wwoud giea bodla thate e
abawon4 the kIde of a force bll This
boawever. is not. W CwB and a
we have poinse4 ,d o te- Somtbre
Speoi are mre Xicaw to ecapo U
rrnAmiTy -of a formc blU than they ar
to secure th a tbA"rc. of o abfrsmw
A .^artago p~ret mmkxuomni orl
*A. a tZl prrt West be qiosed YWY is
be.~wpa ltaf ;4vcd? it ma be sad t
-any 4V-2hie whatever.-
I- ie tieetvs that Crawhe. Ga Aiz
- an. Rr-_,e wil1 s the wtit cot
ru^p- r"' wdih tho sand andic,
to Sa r -,.L shall wltfadrw- k
,-fi- I* -ta*4 ^ tW ^ltr t mum~a,-T -

-The aidvocates of the Bland silver bill i
re still engaged in -the effort to get-t-at.
measre before the House and pr-es-ed
toA final vote, i


A. vey. Lu ueae, U ,l m-e Pye iie
ability to meet the government's -obli-
c iri
gatio-in the next fisealyear i-eating i In- l mi
anxiety. It Is bow estimated that the of ig Hoes Bapa.i
delcleney willebe not less than thirty n1i pssess he cUatve value of the best
million of dollars, *n d much more if known reme- U .wt c c t he
impo fulloff v materially from vegetable-ingdom.
nar -It. ren hwoeqm om s.; .
any nnexpeeted mCse. e ar In iltssthegonlytmedieineofwhichocan
On Sathriy -a consultation of the truly be said, "One Hundred Dses One Di-
- *-;* Saraoarfla cconplises ere hftlierto UM.,
Seiator Platt came over from New aPr l -aias'
Ywk anfd took rooms at wh rig on ^^'^ T a a ~~t^
hotel, omitting to register and. -keepin.z Ithe ti.e of "The.e greatest-boo i
hnmselr as exclusive as poilble. Hi s more oft Hood's S at
wa4;* jelf^*^' WA*j .parg sold In Libwel than of-a ae
Soa nd"othershgrelooatest blo.
oleoft and others who oppose b lod purifiers. Peculiar in its phenomenal
Harrl n's omnation. ILittle can be reeordof -. Waes abroad
learned as to the details of the coMsulta- no other recuII pre
ti. It is probable that no definiteever attained-so raPY nor held so
11tn i i "p !A :.bie tha t no de fi nite -st adfs the- o fi en ao f -a ll -tse
plai2s will be consummlated at present as pot pfl e. culr in the orailworlc wla
to the -candidates, but the efforts to pre- it reresents, Hood's Sarsaparia c.
vent delegates pledgiaz themslves will! bines al the knowledo which modem
- research I I--In medical
Icontmne. " --science /as Itlt deTeled.
I Is whisLpered that Mr. Blainme will wit ny -yea praefical expeifee tl
b strongly urged to keep- silent, .and preparing medicines. Be sre to get only
permithis name to be placed before the Hood's Sarsaparlla
convention, and that the plan is to nor-I Solya S. xf. o
inste a ticket of Blaine and Rusk, unless. lyb.y.L HOOD & o. Apothec-isA, LoVCrnMX"1
kBame absolutely and peremptorily -d- 0 Dos One Dollar
cle.I -.-~m -o i~..,.,i !, W I
.. ..- "Q I i .. .
The ways and "to ts Committee ha -, g WIaII !
been instructed to bring inbills nlacin-{Q
ro sTraw w11 naflour, lead^- in TMUM

Smade from straw, wbe*t Bioar, -lead in
ores, brick machinery --and iron and
. copper~oreY3.
Senators Stewart and Morgan, silver-
men, .have given notice thatthey will op
pose the confirmation of T. J. Coolidge,
who has been nominated by the Presi-
d -ent as miinistr to France.,
The pension bureau disclosurtes of
Srottenness still continue, but the Presi-
dent still keeps Raum m in his place to
show what & civil-serviee saint ought to
rt.. -- -- 1,;
1Tar Sso. ve ordially congratulates
the Jaebo lle Standrd on its ability
to aurmat the obmruttions dWn
ft way, ad to steop to the frot wit
new vigor. The Standard of Sunday
sa ys: 'CTairman W. MeL. Dancy. of
Sthe conty execive committee, nO:
r G. H. Fewing -and W. B. Clarkson,
Etq., w"e prepaCin for publication in
Ithe Standard a statement of the political
9 Antuatimo in Duval. The names of thee
r.tliwKg Denioxrats are a guarantee that
.-iwhatv-r mnder .their ands
wi uat the essentlal elements of
aimolBte tramth and fairne, with an ar-.
i CM.Ob whose fo0e cannot be with-
e od."--

are very zml, yet Jpa ut the -
tues of the larger Twtt* miU w
havebeen*i W wfr-thfirtyyi. _
h*1, stmhea for the me at dh Souflru

* Sick Headache 0
Stheyor- tihnaSe=m"N r dm=
Sfoodtoaasim Inwmlate, bi"
andf uMfiatumrwnttiiyTun ^
ame sol by aln dr amiA DOmmaILW
FriO.N0c. 4fZS1Uk1IaesN.T.
Sewing Macb. ree -
To any person sending us a club of forty
paid up yearly subscriber to THR WEKKLY
-, we will deliver at Gaeavijlle, Fla., one
New American Unlon *Sewing Machine
FREE. This machine costs $43 at the fac-
tory and is as good as any machine made.
One has been used In our family for three
3 ears, and gives perfect satifaction. I
Or, we will ell yo. the maehine and give
vo a .year's *ubscription to TH SUs for IL
W-hlch do youa want? I

CtoWMLmkaa't be 0ured
aI y u ori i .*.ch -e A of the dl- ._"_-_. -.--.-._ ..-._ -
f.-bt i a blood -or Ieomsu .u -Bt,,
WAIrL bftan *n- in nri-ii in i i -tTEBRAcj~i
Q -0ave to tae i nt rnalrenmedies..
'strr cre is Curbtaken inte rm-s.- _-_ ,B ,,l
itwn I-t. ii c d on the blood and IMU--
- $Wf R --- saw*-zAr h Cur ai-
a. uac indlene. l was prescrbed-
Ibyet- : th e b eis-spy .i _.--n.thi

Wsoi known. combim with the-- -t e n -_ _ --
bo pnriers-_atln li-rtlv on the' -- ---- W
d66n of the two inTri-Is what pro-1
dues' -cbh w~mnrTfu1 result hin curing l^ r
144arrb. S-end for u.trintiui&al free-.

ExhauistedvitAliy, a j3.CI IATI, 110 nLE"S bas" a"
muanoodt, w~kns'q cagubvTnxi tWI 1 Qdch.
tio. e y will be cured bya the -- .e___ -_e_ .
powerful P.P P-, whSc sOLIDVFTiIRrLzTHArtbeamgit wtt.
_. ....gt t.. .i _w h s~e iis C>T&A. rzLk c oyIF'T,*
', :. __ -"---"-. I ^-. .-. 1 *
3inckSWAmaes TF. J^PT^TY!
The b:t"aveiQ the- worm for cu-ts,!- T L S
breies. soe. uk*rz & .u e-m,. fever "ad i E r: and witth trough car u im I
ma -_- .5 5

wiILrIii~i ii
Poh&Bo Pau aa~^~ is the gets
HoodP=ZM~ro the'age. I cures a
Mood and Skin DibsaiieB Primarys Seo-1
ap other remedies fail. P. P. P.,
Prickly As

Remember -that we are doing All Kinds of Tin

nd PluAmbing Wor.

S.West Side Square, GAIENSVME. i FKjiUA.
- .. I _______________l
J.H. KU-T.P. en- -E-. H. KLE FELTEI.
Conimission Me3rchantm,
a -I f /-i I "W" A W ImAOW% IIA 0

out of l take P. P-9 -WATERMELONS. .
OU~~~~Po ke'.tiofsiriw4 ke .. s,
.1Pok-oot .19 West Front Street, CINCININATI, OIO_

iFora TiedFeelng. Di -lRdfla ran-es- IApipes, rtatell, M ies d tabta
tre after psa, Pains 0
theaci' a landNevOus --1p Our Oraue Packin' House at M.icanopy, Fa-
tmea- and Defi.aty and Weakness all 0e .
yid readily to P. P.IP. For Sleepless- | pepre~eatpdbyB. C. M. Crawford,Micanopytl"a. dawm
BeB, Exhaastionand Malaria usJeP. ____________________________

JA$. M. GRAHAM, President.-

Iarnylly -

U 1111

JOHN J. BARR, Viee-PreaideiskL

chi& andaShateed llbti RATlUVAh- DaLUI
tan PsP '6 Of ainesville. Florida.

-a~ F~ and_- Undivided profits .-

^wohe bkood is in an impare condition,
due to Mensrual Irregularities, are
peclialybenefited by the wonderful
P. P. t P.,ljrt Ash. t and-,
Poaswdiumh greatsure frOwn 4o
all dieeames of the

LTWEAMX BROS, Preprim.ua,
SAVA AH.19 - ... G.


e and Retail

Groterrie -9,
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-curr. oi CIHC AGO _l~rm II*
bar-.--. -- it. oe-iDTlTOIATT w TF,
k | "tt .ta x t~ .. ... ,: i ........ .. . fb j '. ***-.-'' . .. -
BU FF ATiL caqkan a t^^t

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Does exc Lusively a baking business, with facilities equal to Ia- ba a a 0
State. Solicits the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, CovporaIoas, -o.
Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business transacted premy.
July 12 18091-dawl D"]. F. GRAHiAX fIw.-



Iene ral


Estate Agts


eal Estate bought and sod; bonusreused; taxes isM for nOB4irloA
the business li connection with all branches v. eo l etue promptly -b--
fuy tended to. All pero having property for ale r rtm a M
place the same in our hand. -

in=i-OLiM cuR

ESTABL18 EI 1876



PEA.l -S- -

4y practical method of s
ing gent" cl-_ ig ad I ,
ssi, can assure you sat RE ,
etion. Dyeing aud clean-i
garments entire. Oniyv ir0y Vnn :ir-At.k.
or made suit-. Basques-, - .
ues, claki- .and gentsi
thing are cleaned 4 andi
,d without ripping lnings...
dings. buttons-- and re-
rig ingeneral. RibbonS
all colors.

L CIJLR OUSE,, taple

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^fw York. end ?!ste
Frutt yGrowems aalcJ BsaeR ?m5 rma.



a nd Fanc
CuOCKuEt, OrwU

J Butter and uOh


- Dry G oods, Hats, Caps,



de Aired
f_'- Ih V.

A.. UI!V

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*E .. " isi
l '-i -. *
Sflak. -* . U& -'
N Ira -;

1 Fi F!

y Groceries,
kR ,ITC. o e- =-.--

Boots and ShioesF 3L

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~M~m m~~*

-: -

A great contest is raging over the|
riverand harbor bill, by which -more
money will be wasted than Mr. Holm-i
can prevent because the combines of in-
terested corgressmen will overmatch
The Chinese minister earnestly pro-
tested against-the Chinese bill; First, it
renews the aj&of 1' ; seecnId, it de-
prives the Ch mese of the right of bail
in habeas eorpus cases. Third, it re-
qAuires are-gistration of Chlhese=laborers
whi" is practically imposige for them
toc-mply with. They must all prove
by white witness that they are l&w-
fully entitled to be in the United States,
and as the*4t exclusion law was pass-
ed in 188, every UM M .i must. pro-
duce before -the coector -of- interiDal
revenue white wi tven who knew him
ten y-ms a*-and an swear -that he was
In the United States at that time. The
-_-_ h
- i.tersaysthat thes features of the
bl are i n direct aviation of the treaty
of 188 which guarantees to the Chinese
laborers in the United States the treat-
ment of subjects of the most favored
Dations -
-If the ninistsr's contention is correct
the Supreme Courtwil declare the law

A Warning to Ice Cream Fiends. vodut rI
.sk you doctor wa a- ,u. .u
D n-g the scoring weather o July 7 1 - .. --- .
kild Augst you often rush into an ice p4S to Cod-liVe Oil when It
cream saloon with the avowed intention, o IS inside of you. I A I E S.
cooling your body to atleast a few.degreest i Gsa,,en tnesvSlllee -F'ki rdiL
below the melting point. if-you are in a i e .- . Msay -i sS k !. Doaeneral Bnki Bus bu d Foin. ami Dome.-Bs .
great hurry you are apt to make the first -oka p enerat t11 [a'inoBuine- Bankedsell raoni.irienMern eA--
~ ~ ~ ~ -w. k .. -p. .-to 1. T The al I m. -.= ..- -..
few speoo.fuis. of the cooling mix-ture mratI.A. .- rkn no fy 'Teaclit fBnkBnes.Crosion,'aflea,:-~~ n
lewa.Tlscftheisamo gmeatelh gi-- I beomes n emulsion -: others re.ivedl ou favorable terms. peciaI failities fr a -
erle.-This al~mos_ ,im.-ae gives .iOpS, an. ruu, Coltjionson all access. epoints- emMeL Mte - .
you a violent paih.in the temples or some- tere -o ter chans Dl C "-,. : -- __l- i n -
where in the region of the eyes. Why is I |-
this; did you ever stop.to-A? On who S iS ie is. I I / iN I I ll--IM
I-as studied the physiology of e H 0 te-mll as that I-I i I
zbM it -s9caused in the following imanner- 4 1e-wfl t1H you 8ha
The froz-en mixture coming in contaft t is eIonomy to.k--he oil BIBS ,
with the nerves of the throat (the lar- "
y pharyetc.)temporarily paralyzes Irokenup,-as it-is in So-SeaCIsland Cotton,.Rpan ,SeaI, aEn
them. The snsatiou instantly shoot to Ision ratertan bur,- Couon Bai d I andjtgey-g w iC
brain, but finds there a side connection eni youeAlfa{ ton Seed riizeinine sdlan d oto
the cente oftos nerves, -wb in wi..., th.,1 this work. |.. m eax,. ts -o
the shape othegreatfaal nerve wichYou skip the taste too. Sond-had Gins of Kinds in Stock.Ctton
starts from in front of the ear and extends Knds S tok -y outo Se n
its -"bAnchesover the' of t .ace. Let us send you an mr- Boght i or Small Quantiies
Qneebanchofids sW eervexe-eting gbook on CAREFUL LIV- Buh -r rm Q.
g sacrmssthe temple., saaC"nerve of sensa I Agencies thronehout 6^ 4W" of SouhCarolnas Georga
f S-an Xaehest&. Fnorida and tPoI
tios," while the other branches. are simply ING fr ee. dence, .. R, S A., Liverpootan s M esersn,
nerves .t Pxt.S..A. -.eripyotogo- a ---da.h e. -r Eglexdi, and
en theplay of the mouth. This great far 6 =- Seo.&W r3-P---- "i "& ..
dal -nerve sdtrac the pain w h th m Ni7S s,-. cal Fim Off f IA et .l r C S It, FnOIdu .
ceeds from tae chill, th rowing it uztai 6 O SOM1IAIEX). -
the nerve branch which taverai the 3 f &- ,,-
pie, the pa ing most agodizing -at M__ _____________ L DAW.D. T. J. SWEARINGEN. J,. EDDI2s.
ponts where the nerve brancheaI.A
be Rxtraordinay te AIRD CO
actm whiehktakesCplacmay csase ayiI-
lent pain i the eyeballs as w ias in the /
)~~~~~~ t .h ewI S.. ._ ""
temple, the eye pain bew-imply Tympa-H AABS M

Tepersm.w"r aly.t- . St-es, Mill Supple Pa it bassU
inouthfuls of *1 frosenLpal ndikahokMane
am It* cnwsin contact
uervous" Ii W I"erA= A Tinware and Household Good&.
Is mlS p a eood medicine tc Arb now receiving their Specialties lbr the seasona
____-_- "_ - .ab "a .enrich the blo RFRIGERATORS, ICee Cream Frezee GaS.
S ^ / ~ I* I P m | i1 1" .. Gasoliet and Oil Stoves. "


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i .i1i I q F-- W W F I r- is

-- I -- bkarmq am --qq i

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for Infants and Children.

Ir.-ona-en-. a- .... --+ +- a "+--
t ttm. o. O Amr -ht K D.

te- m -mit ..-w a.. nor
'-- _'I"-'- H "_-BB_ "- "-S'CBO.6~ _':-_ 9SWSBm
WM*mm ~ t -Fe muoicu6o
Tlii~irtr~nirii~ifllitif inr mri

C~toratcnrg Cbc, OoggpftiffB
Soar~to~Iacfa Ptrba. PARocMBM A

WUNMMP*" Mab W ~sieep and -,h&Av&.e
S-. -n NeT York CV.

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^ Vi ii i iaAtoend. Stain amz vyPaIN0aas Fme; BIR IDrawiag
agmiul- ImgCwri ST. AUGUSTiNE t CINCINNATI ce htedwith gas.
DrCia boom--- Ie e *I -%of~ m teat,~cii aintemt, andlare attended by an experiescedL
Por. N I .A S.. AU...a. -iM, 1A A.M-, Ja SP. M- t:5 P. M:JespP.X. AIWSManaah P. I.; Aa24.A.M.S
ASj A.M 4 Cisciiimei.TAR P.X, umtlbkrg>,TMA.M.
Plm lw B SpC fru JACKSONVILLE to CINCINNATI wizboat change.
LeCMjwcfgmuafl~n,Y3SP.M.L;C~a~ha., & P. M.;Waycrnm, 10-J0 P. M.; Jesaui 11h5 P.M.L;
Amiuum at Mmo., Sll A. M.; Ama, &1 A. M. ChaInmma, 1P.M. Leave Chatta3ooga, 710
PIL,^ MaumCeM~hC i, TIM A. M., and (Cbmags 6m P. M.
rTh~hup~i hig Car lor Cmmoaga fr Was oPlhfmdephia and New York at S35 A-. .*;
,IOU Seuuuaa Valley Rout%.
-* K aUa mPaibnam w alo by theme Sam mb7my A tag routes. For Leia rfvr*a-
4w n rafninaiply to my Ticket Agenta Fiitar to
FA jOLLY, DbLt.Pa. AgL,82W. Bay tAor dBik, JACKSONVILLE, FLA-

GmCelPi. & Ticket Aet,
K-.oxvuj _n.-

A=t Gen'l Pass. A.t,

New DiscOVey by iftcident l
-^^~ll d^^ vetaM ^ pwaenatesly rc~inced w~thQrEjENS ANTA-
$Ae wowBd ~n4.rful .^^^^^^^^^^*a baediout while coouaposz,'iingsolut '!. a pSnL wes aecidei'i 'y
he L=Oa peaa tnEiBg, after W a 1d Y t wae Ls'V ered t :i-
S airu wacompletely removed, U is perff-ctIy hiarmless. an<;
.V- SiUIlmp1xy \air=as if by Nic No seifri;
te a" t h h ts Tbousand w o a
- teeBminn4 bakantir gtmefte. Itin.tTil If the growib be light, one applcutk.n
M useiftpes ft tlh. heavy frwth such as the beard or
^ __I molin on. or mare appileatirrps before all the ro'rs
de^BBEApe & aL h*ir will r beremoveA at each appli"at.;>
_wftht be" atengtpaB or injury when applie4 or ever afterwavi
'ag T p eguec u fiMd ma esibaruraing growtui of hair cining ct
m a I. Hurmieasln water. Prix- of Queer;s Anti-Hairine 'L
.. j tbyt e.aestin making boxes postage paid by Us. &sfpur.~W
'J~fw j |d t y cdestlalrnl Thtvefttoemsen 4s honest andI
A rnrt as if qusm Cbmirm o 1d4 Oe- Strfuet. ClijiaNdatL. Ohio.
o lL7wdeiT1ry. WewUIpay 050oo. for
ei^ry te w purchase. TE botftle guarantee.
_ftW Ibdw f~nO Sk~~eSof Qu9M'S A-rLI Hmiuc Weill jW-
We have tried Angi-Hairine and find it all the manufacturers claim for it.-ED




GIESVLE, : : : : : : FLORIDA.

KOf r exew swl tbespd t ve satisfaction to a wbo entrust their work tO
MH. Ti. /;\ I, O:.U40K. UIHNJEf^<.

bud :

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S*:- @ WEVK SCSE A$-

LZW~ JOWNON A 00., ~akws.


- J A- U ] MT S S e t i g A- n f -l -o r f.

Mar3 3m .

I IF T l I I I
. -- -* .' ; .. : -- -._ w m _KJ a P -. **

d kjlImplm ents, Harness, [Ic1

I hae in .eht, and Coetr at- ckefiguref, larse $w of

100 lkubdredlbuuetI Germu3f Millett; also Whipp rwili Pew
and Be Peas.

R Di aler- in-
WhIeae and Rktai Itr in

TH- ireA- -.

!.AST SIB, tB -'"W I-W B "' -- .

warm neck of .the tamed lons. --VATE OF SELF DEN I.. 0ht"u i-sae u"s""s e He says hat hethas itua
ButI King Dariuv is .ot-m .happy. He Again, let- this. st zc oory3 D of Danilteach u ,Mw& alifotr and sesa brothers d St-
SlovedDie --andhe.hatedthes mthat. the way to future-successis Wn d, would mC
truth. - ..... .. te ...ad. - in te *
by whichhis favorite had been L- itself k-Mdenial. Nat'only did Manidltuhadhlie ih ord e-.e'tesfo ubnayCntpib

.+ +. .. +- .------ -,-- -- sW firwold t dvo tm
Hepaces his floor al nigh HecawS his willingess for sel restraint by s t prsutimd wi t ad s himself fr tl t e
leep. -At the least sound- he starts andr fusing t heluxuries of the king's tak. ste" t o wih CoId, and r-Te-e

W gl&*. Ha it not,-._ for th
-hisflesh-ceps with horror. A bad con-but must-have denied -himself much SOMial t hifd It notVbeen forthe p-ee" jg&jary af(en ccBghs CBi00
science. willm. the mvetm.nona "- enjoyment am- i eng iinorder to hareOv kmiown-Ehn c l urant wP-lda wo uld hi-m"a
d. He wax .* J-y for Um dawn..-attand-as w t'e i prin. and itte ty at D which seems J-0 kgI-in tarrying. -hAt tb. study. The rushEL Ofthe chariots under"hm wineveardfbten kon. otyrannyEL Dadugam a
^^never^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ been known, thetriumphanBt grin evmbe haS tkm
First streak of light he starts out to d window and the sound mirth that.rang, _.. noto t-ii "m i t^ a d'
int the fate of Danel. The palace gate out on the air of Babylon would have at- coldofine. kW. Bmte,^Iis
oens anid jar v-ly behind i m while traced -U o"t young men into the treets +irn n b" G S1G, and itr him

y ou+aVU I A e+= p m m mz t v r : l i ;:++'- -G ~ d- be colda" ,H ad _ --+ .. r
yet the cit Is asleep. He.or Wtothe t.of Pie. .t pumd the W. y te. Ie a m, who
den. He looks through the c butkw tt it w only trough-Alp W the f danger ( lung of
ages nothing. He dare not speak. zxc t sevity t appicaihon e could attain thate L.inftrialt e p t mm, the! bles, andwoe id therfom b - _
m.g the worst,-his bet st..... h or .a.l- posin fr which -e was in, b Ae.M. g. umwl Sp d t-'
Gatheringstengthheputs hi mouth tee .-. ibdeed.ym may carry thstraith hadL faS Plurrttote -hW
'to the rifts,^i~f~dM Ink A"t aaick handed erW6 "M^^~^S^ 'h"~hI)~ Ujt!
tinually ableto deliver thee fin1 the J isniy pirri or ocgopSMing hav~ecome rf -'_ bT~iim ulmt '*it xi
bo "' Aamiswcromirotg u aeThe -1eteat day began wih e twigt. f a
M~yGod hathent his wd and bath shut Thce adinkuk who conmsaf the navis .A^ rf ~ S^ S Wim tke it^t. They apse wit
the lionstymodtsb, that they bam thnt bum =w The noaw-ufIaftmtoda m scbn The wed ^ y sB & W H n
Danmel*Te aaga gbothed Paul.- whib rmabutnitMemsbe sa upg

deme/aogLwh an to ""tWpt mthe .15! wSS vthe neUb when away fre VehxBome ad b awa al A the a."'
t.. .arriving m+ni Babyo. paugd lte e O
-w. But they har. ..ly aatk the bowom o tams .wept the -tore and kin- s i I .
thtlaawhenU .h tr _,a. their dd +the A-. T-hrntm I -^^ ^^ w- ls up the dA

um --tM im o k t 1"m IM PC- A-LW +-L -- +m a
God hua sentd t&a*$* blood autout E*o themawol,% Mi _the tb .:" 01 "t&"the si mW e o &ft toc_.w-%...f Gm, that-
*Bers shak the rocks with their terrible -blshed on the stage EL a country school ;- e ha ive^d o the old^k fl b.wi Vnutmrnd the* 6
-ros a.n-oiai-toallage-gshtuth&Mth h ouatse! The youg painter, under whoae *t wihe s 1to ., li bt. fr -
w~ldehGodeneaendsthism hpoisthe way rjPmcse
I `Ma %MM wb s =A* prihe. dsrstmwu 1* tand sUM w~t jta~w beaiwe CIA aay from i 8hykwbe kngew t~oo's e7

in- B yhrsr o ___z src but little to theater him rtom the mirw*ohedhm at tsat- ws Sh. It u- M aki M
Now, y om thienhi that InanIs oble ^tod holy ~ag Inn WVi a f .In
.-I Irb f w-tb
anCue & -In domxm Ofwhatcrime had astofB -the "eepa O wa .t aw l
mthi youg- tythi aw t heir suig J ba- tFeerick atthin hisf'I se3 U
c under-thebitter hatred ELf the dena. word ot great i te -iplta of wmoon and .tw e kh o tah- r e n th tr fthoit
-go^ne? Wby, be hud -got to he be prime P^ 'nr4bro"fIt the 0"S'M9 -
:lm~ EroBabyloB. That they coukl BOt must hin orgiear, n oua ding to is-ags theatruch t&;-bxakrhL frd4Mg-Paibef~r, 'D -ho ..ai, ~r e~ehl frnney n-,, ~ ~
heeaw toa^~a^ -T*J Dom %bag% fr
whlennamGodue Ashis eapovertypinc-&h es iuneskirIesbosamAfnd OIiat eaw,7e- ~ .t ~ s-f r~u i- a~t~ n

e A"31 ty exhibetu. ^ bex - -
~you. a~nt~ yout run th gnet .......- Man Trrtr Columbu09 -a0a wer : aA sster' a e a cl sad n-_ -
Notwyasshm2thladlord, and yoa htave P SAI sb bte I d ca banoarkd w i os ca y- childO w s.t her e IflO rOutO takeOw are of hFt w ^wuM be mu~ttrf to ~. Pom' ellw: e4^e erules Iral. Amos must< be aS ^ tl^S L I~i~ tb oYght to mOix-t Born aorry I t a fobe herdsma s be-lor he )axs f Pirbet S S? h EL t 1 B4
bima Dtaiel mhsilli s G uble& student beforet' i I Li 1 tB AX wOmt
t-m. d. Wbye i bern -W, at -got to e pais a yo'inr man e M whotill nuder tHW psrltm r ioft :',1
uxinuze Jof abylm Tarft tkw coL no a flrw C*-*m~~l ?^

.righta time.^^ ?ortin^ -e goo Rauih -i4wa~ t't'Lt4ha~ owjit^auo we hywiltpi
Yive Reahto he o thed&s t mesoa th. pectsnA -- I-.: .- i hra ci. t Azp ararter-_ Ji-.--.-.- .
hu a at W slicaspoi yO t..t QXL 4, s qmen, ippy m yu..'ia .ytt.md ,

:stret-. and w y awrun Ubtoa len- r 4z ^- -- / .;-' ----m"-? *^ ^ *' ,- eh- tiacr
m" the street. Thee io m r td yt'-fW, -.2-' -.--. .. w ibiLeas-c= wevee-wwS !!%h //and
u*e wthe^ rim y MEL ^< 'O -r --, .- ^^r-* is jrra^ Ibe t ua s no ^< t Bran T-/^^ ?^
* -0 th th br a4 Ie p ^aA o & -* ^ W i*
r ~ma i pe-Lmi .7. VOLn"Ad

wiA t be So atfr afder the T ; 4m- -he-:'.- - a. day 4 wA ..lbe A aEL CfA X
1 B go !tf -- swh his w- T 4 t m Ir -r m I
-*-. ^ ,-~,- ^ c - -- 3'- .- ^~~e w.---- the-^ aa^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ y ^ , ^r- - * .e. -
bubt t *ae "*t2 *i& ^ ^ .s -- - .a .-t-- ^. t ;^-tj ^ f~s w r, -t 9- ---'-' - **3.. -.-,*^
*^ n. w v bwr w lai o t^.r .- .- -.: -" ---- '- 2^ #*m atrurm t&w '.'-- ^ -
law Oug" ft Is IS wbw -

umcn~. YourC. era ge-taQOewcu m :n -- -. - - "- '";' .^.t^ ths*s w^p-^ti ^ ^-1 .: -- :.;L-
mw~ial M~z -,- --MOM"---Q

-cIam~t 4eia outY5raff ~ '- ..* -'* : :: -i -^ - ^ -^ ^s fe r Wb M -IS tSa ts, -- '^^..*: ^-.* -
.Eha cacfs to b<* cxc toth-. be s w- -t

I ai-'-4 t w y .s a! .^^ ^'^ '.-- f "i v*' *'s 'r '-' s"' .. 'l - -1. -fdL *-. ..^. .*- .
*hi-- -- I- 'I 'r t 'T 4 r o
1~1 t~.f t- - -*- mab wI .. 53 iJ a~ahrtw#

Zttf'W- -W a- cc th-' !.- - --
av& z.-,tbe rim m t U r '- -' zt it w -

S-_. + ill .-someboy. Theo-a. of hon.orJ __r rs S...-as,,
." h~\--I~Uand ite is withinreach of theenemiest n g n o ave ".-
__-___-_: + nns. Jealo s-Y ays, "Rtay down orI will -e .he Y .o. e arr---- "7 "he -i: er..
knoc youdown" Inmidar asowfAk aLhie! "ienhe--first begim biiesforlkev Pri.
knok -ou own" I milai a now Lakebimnseif. They started-with the idea that
1-DR. TALMAGE'S PRACTICAL -0 said to a snowbird, -1 -don't lke -you.h" i oudd swl s aia.Fx Wi~~r o~ oou trn.ta
,hir i w .. .. ,a owel..as capita-. F .r e --idr.lo o o-
COURSE TO YOUNG MEN.. Wh.y don'tVo Elie me?" said the__ow+-.
bird. "Ieca-ise."r et snowd ke, rile it did, but when creditors sent, t heji t
-- .s a.. - - --.. .. .-a d banks their pro ests a forVer -- -, -_ I-- -
Losanns to Be Drawn from heCoduc CUCe&,jaegi_% Opindna mc~y~ or-sdowrm tmered haenvr adedriedt
a -_ +- _o .j ^p--.o pare. s. cannot cross the oceani&vawL owen'-- Arm alve .i--K N 3w ric-r. I.er.+,-
Of am an Who iaterd Disobey a Kin g. The. first thing a man- wants is.re i ion-"- -t oceT ... ..i. a mdav eller ahmI Enri ,iter'.
^ ^ ^ oMUST^ BEA TIM and have neveremoikiled r* at
The Value ins Ebaraeter sand -Godinem., The second is grit If you do not want toi MS BA -- w.ell. or LThja~thave -Sift-.~ir
May -Dr Tamag ~ acewld eass vn iistnever ,,et ob A young eaglet., far up in the mountain1'1it .
J~tO~gYS prmeminstr. f~ ouareno, a aeyrie, says to its5 winged mother, -1IU univesa
BROOKLYN, May &-Dr. Talmage primemiister If you are now.-as a ee .,-toa.- eve+ ty:, p -.-anI
or hissubject today the character of Dan- young man. rising I any one respect, I flynolanerfromtrwtore t ras atetl] u th au Tm
for yor mp- ut ik-- yu, othri vrIl weZstandready-to-refuutl ;he purivha
iel aad drew from it lessons of wand prae- blesGod foyouradvancement,.b'at.I mewi.nguike yu, msherI wil swigdoi sucmii no fol-
tial valIe fo the youngm.f whom so wish tosayeeI qit this-thought tookk wftom this Chi pe to r efto
largvle a U -b W- p t) o tforthe- lons Young merchant, young PChimbo m oL iMke an'- arrow- it w their se. ese rmedie--_ Ave
+immga rge- t u toje, ..to.bBe...-- o-n-
lawyer- I -youn physicians, young mins-1 shot into the heavens,, but whNm over the ~~pp~art ueyon
among the mot eager and alltventi v i uy.s t and kind ad. awful chasm itshead was dizzy n itl Wlace, D -
ers in the Tabernacle congregatHins. His- - - i :, wmgweakand.-it began-to whirl down.--
4 ~vice is given them. at. first. but as you be. ll
text was Daniel vi 2, "Daniel was fs. your own masters and begin'to suac- ward and with wild scream until it streak Mr. Kandal Pe,ie retired dmrg-
Wherae It romancelcasyou find anytyAing cee in yOur different occupati-ns and w the rocks. A traveler passing through ist of iMadipon, Fla., fsyvs (Dee -3, 1SS
equaltoawfaat Dairel was in reality? A ptfho hw is it then, young mer- tegorge sawpe-mangledremiaz of the A-e gar P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
young mand far away grmn home, iatm- mt-nyoung lawyer g tB a e a How eeyouato have hisfall?" Root and pota-sittum) as the best alter-
duced intotpaeae wonath earthIeA g m ,ost young ministers- How it then' said the traveler. "Ah e," said -the alive onthe market, and that he has
I totree until Iw old enough, buit oiianv otherbldmeine
wishing toe pakae l thise The man a -prd E S'p- IE O eaglet 'it was because I wood ot fly from een more beneficial resu-s fTm the ue
pe appearance, oa~ at- gain beholdin our subjiect-an exhibi- headsog I started fX Chimboram-
t sndto see that ie tias nty mieat ion true decilon of charter. Before I ^ w pe-.g SOMB of the Grand Ar va boys may
aad wine, and Daniel refuses these dc- Daniel wre oCndematon and deat ifhe If young men -would ea the adva be interested in the following from
cies and insists o n a vegetable dietreftus- c tiued faithful tO.his r .o.. tag" sof. intelligence% it will be great AleX. B. Pope, A. D C <,"Commander
iug everything but pulse and- water, wa- 3s. bee.s three times aday hepr ayed e omy of time and the refung of any Dep't Ttenn. and Ga. He say G: RWe

.t hi.am o ar-easl m .r t
rng backalthe richf vianda with a deter- wil h a etowa Jerale. Ter s fom gatsion -ow a man have had an epidemic rof whooping

A. no h n m ore---fat-al- -for t.he" ". rel ig"ious or f .-+ + .,p,.,;+,, art L + + _. a t
minhed.No Ithak yyno." Hesurpasses, wong more fatal for the relgious or w, refusing many of the frivolities of ough here (Iwar. T-;mI..' ant
aA the parties inim fncy. A ms a worldly advancementthan a spotof gossiping .youths, can see more to attract Chaberln- Cough Re-- ed has been
rises higher and higher in the firmament decision Howefte youth is alm Stu gont -his ation min thepag a treatise or a the only medicine tat has tkue any
it putout allthe stars, ind te i e beoe theidividual hasdeermed po hsy ta the flashE righteyesI good." There is no danger from whojp- -
Sanything the tars hate t is the Su. Is or the airy step of tx who find more inx cogh, when this remedy i Treely

Danel'.w M MM b at -.s eit hereaoreo thosewho for xthiry or forty ,. -.4.e.re, lv' nx= t.,,'.,.I- -
Daiel beo mh a ere are those who forthtyor forty skill in their heels than their heads. and I given. It eoipleteV 11vb he dis-
withKing Daius thatouryoung years have accomplished nothing any- a a who wi yet master ease. ad Ebolesforsale

t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a ... .o... I yet .- as t e, paw, .,..2-5 and 50. +... vu._ bo eleasre for -saleo d .] -
promud t be iniser-4smejry-where-because they -have. not.felt themt-
S -h tas w s-ed h ave a very scepterover1I all drug's.
liot d Men yo the. Q t ThyahEL mdicne, theT I his fellows.-. -,Many an educate which is
inarck of the ancients. But no mm. ever laemdcn- f hnie fme-nw considered complete is maide1uP Ot-A I Q ~
attainedd such high position without txcit- anfai.6- They. have scmde idea. of goIngsateigEnwspnsadheIt- ( nt -
Sins the envy ofothera. the mean e awes Perhaps they will go east. Perha y Aps Ifde-
wrathiest pamof-tesol-is je they won't-Theymay goonorth or south. pjageof a fashion mAga aine. for
-You iee it among all d o Perhaps they will invest their money in Th ed paoterus. They may givn rUS a-t- Aw nBs Scabd HE6o zOU
pations. I am sorryto a ay yo sit railroads or in real estate. Perhaps they're Theymaygive_ Cktw rd Sos- Fevern E- ea,
muatoig clergymen as amag other v The. lie.alale knowledge is like swalterieg kat a Itch, Pweirie SlctisSo We NipIes

be and ites immediate elyean d day decide on go g to lA verpooL. and th e I he w"oter asiked g Mises wh
ym though -at a Dkesis the man who in- next on-NewOrleans, and the net on -Mar-

Sn e crowbar prying nder the- hdge oand the to.6d h1pB. sr .sB.
whiche the pblcafs bee whilee beeln outon theit great sea of lten constant bang of 'blasted rocks. Eape-

ijh lou s areatie ol ytheirnall byu theydo n reo t twha get s eayle d-- . e rs trpupt "a ahM
b there-his-ram r age ;dai.'~ aing O -- ly is it truei that no growth In grace-inegt mnan -..tba.n
own caacity destined? It is an e"! at n I to take up the cross however heavyit May-
ucoubted: the. policy of elevating.such a: Wp but no headway. 1 e with nai& ,- Meses chowe at-

Syoungtman Daniel. They N.hy d wThe map- wo befns nd aous i w the peple of God rather thban
we know more than he .does We could the Corinthianstyle and.when half the pleasures-of sin, and if: we would be WMcDa WWfie W taehm zc <

Smanaghe teopublie affa is be ttertane- conudesno make it Doric, and then c anything like him we must be -.willing-,WbeaaaMO i she ct-mlefor
can managethem. The idea, putgpletes it in Ionich willhave an unst emly inose wit-hu n h id brea EL sue u inof9WIe -m "M=
IDan in such a place as that. Old- Baby- -.Pile amid e cursed of every school oft archi- 1soenimlrters hnteipeilcutr
onwas-% afraid of young Babylon. -They. `tectum These men Z~t~Ihat try everythin"- fro roal ineamrs.

getod~h to~oa s~gii beoth- God -wroutein -so ar rain?^ froroal vieyrd
began to pkt his ruin. Hewasan de r nuri- I ge toibe thig dotn O rward To get strength and depth enough in

Vo~ ins t p-p-et r st h od adth morIan engrt~aved o fm your~ o ^ l1 1 b^e W'aa-^ To
1a iel t iB~ The taller the c the e d enraped To yurf b-rersfor turning mill wheels and manu-

apt t be struck with the lightniheoe dThen be tha, nothing -rm f actories .. damsam ar built across P..tead aad-eT. -
Thu o demagogues asked t Darius oessnthatdirection then through -th mill race m -the-quickf ghods -PPPismlhte .. t A a.w I e, A ,

HeI a odme "o .- de.ue -y .he way it ism~ eihe hea is^ utr- -^: .? "Cd r i- _r at e "~ .v f ...g ad wt --e .i-
h. nhin at eray dy s ha ungar an l e acermn -i ee tohew a.er wh eel-. " 'the V. e to. tr t t raid-s the pr _.. se-a .a. Ytii.n c.ures
Iore aneoie unleabl decre bom].powee. So naturI that wmnild nero nt Ts- s-roa '- .. ,-, aud hi I tec-tWte.. anru
tiou -of any one except the-king, *hall iex ion!IF tes sseth lohr. iIiit.iesiws sd

teputhoa d he wth .darihaus n i rti ac jInot h notice.ng at difule t;- ho -ynth .-o.. e rw-aof beet in p enn-. rever.n.fi ls------ e -om-in- of -te boIy
u "d "pla y, -makes such-a e ne ....t .-em I.grace strike them eown.rn a o e, O. d- &t -I iw
Sgotuea have accomplished their cowards skuleS. ba- ws sdeependd, until *+ oeat and Powerful 1. 1'. P.- It es teects

|i~,Boed~d~~ldhodinotede, mi^wit^^astctoa^-Hea POvreto hevd^;^ rus itoth wrld tsmngiu
fur they knew that Danielwould not stB p toil n of o. TA ct yourtey ruhioheworldtu.igw.are Permane*nt ad .
toohisi-Godtaed Da il of aomachinery of importantintr-I
iel, instead 6f being aWrighte sby the 4e-,heed ., ..... "u i......di. Csweatreinran em have muh, ,- -'
tur petml tos hsGda Da]OW -1 the tape. To &yo~lnbe& and snro + c-.;+.o itiiex but it is .s scatereul that
tree, went threetimesa day to his houseacterthiv ro11utO r nopoiiv cs.t iThctaofbelladonnP.onedrAt. ~ voDi.T
Htofor prayer.,iHe is caught in the ac. I greati-deeps you mustfly.Mcstt o^ltl .- ^ n water. oneowince-Adt a lithe gly'ernia
a using.r does ni sn.1taike ibt i tteedia-
He is- condemned 'to be devoured by the way it -is either head W:n o T %ce wt is-1e)edam7t laasthetrerbthe UMha f ~nds s anidy.'1 r!I-u

Thycle-ew.4^ i wit is amre am t ceiye te h e5^l
Such a healthy youngmanwil. beohaf aTter, lik ie the PsM.Lthekhow nof wa Tu 2T.he
ngfor teleonine o s ethebs ban uet % m ificentwhIenstandi -firm. &.n-a4. beade e - w;

IN TH bst .t wih his horse. Stephene wastoned into orld, th rc --and luuiu as t ht ter S

^%A ereI of tartar baking-Powder.
-g2of in r 1eaveineg strength-
- ^tes^UBie Stattes GoverMnt Fd
m wZLw& Y.

To B.lAwwrded a-lHandome Gold Watch
a,", Chain.-
Whom the most poBtwnlr lady in Ala-
chu aeomty?' This is a question hicfh|
bins no> heegided,. and in order
Stv le the saimeMr-- L.,C. Smith, pro-
w^ ar of thie ?alfie ewelry Stohas
to present he lady which shall
bey 5eIl the mo-t pvpalarlt Withf a

handsomoe-goht watWlr -and chain. The
waich aa-t ebain-c cn-be seen
aF r. Smih'72 jewlry -store, ap
the only requiremei t for -roting
wil-be to-cU-the coupon -printed be-
lu from a topy of-TfF Sru, fill out the
sanwaewlt deposit it ii ihe sea'ed Ialot
^ T$e voting wilt- c-tinue from j
thvI date auWi JuIy 7thC. 1t9t, at which
day at six O'tlO&c p. M._ the rotes will
be eavss4d by a committee selected
b- btehafriets-of the andidate&. No
pKsot aeeted ~~wiUh TRR SUN or Mr.
S_ .-estabishmeut winl be allowed
-to oTee.van we pledge ourselves to pro-
teet tbne eaaeiIlates -against- any sem-
beuceof frad-
SMr. -~~~ wlI 6ep a list of the nin-
i-bertvesat fore* -b-candidl-t anhd
-the reslt will be published from day to
day-i1-111MSWXS -
Thowedeimr-m taw vote for their fkvor-1
l e ure cEMesleof TaE*&' S at the
ffeo -atMr. SatithIf ijewery store,.
-:at jve cents eah, or $4.-) per hundred.
-Ord6m. fi orer 50 copietimait b ban-
e- r iqr 8 p. ,-
Ifyoi Wanta yir friend to get a1
--H alsoebxod watch an- chain, sal in
il-i y grw'eck-A; you are-.ure. to get
.- u-t oaB--a--. sh... wil t .e. the watelh
itM aiatit she gets the iaost votes.)
^c;FioBloi~iistbe -



O TiE DAY. _

503rwAA3DaOCIAL-iE2l A3THfiS.o
Cone &Jaekson, Dentists, Bntnett
Block, Gainesiille. aprhadly

We were- site yvEsteidaya fine specimen!T ^ X Y M If I5 qvnn f T 11T III r
we- were- nyeThANfineNspecimen I_ ok-! L k! PWE THAT CAHOT FAIL
"f chalk found in the arteian well a' a"" A^ O :-*A O l SSj^UlL 4 ii v^t Hg~N jOT-
depth of 420 feet. It is the pure stuff AT WHAT ?
and the piece is about the:size of a tur- t c oLi -
key egz-. At the beatiful stock of Ladies,
-' -- Mies and Children's low shoes at
The Earnest Workers will give a gar- I A fea o
den party on next Fridkay night for -the SMITH & GRAHAM'S. Another feast of bwrg-l
|benefit of the cemetery.- Elegant re- They are the only exclusive Shoe deal-
.freihments will be served at reasonable ers in the city, and you cn get any
npricem, thing you may want in the Shoe line K r A
from them 25 per cent less than any |l
R. E. Davis, Esq.,announes bimsIf where else. We have -thelargest stock,I 3 J V Y
a candidate for county judge. He has the latest styles and the best goods. a
efleientfy filled the office of Justice of Call and see them -

Cort conv.nes ttday. the peace in this city for some time; is a There will be a picnic at the Devils
Twenty-eig trains pass Roehelle ring young lawyer, and would ake a Mill Hopper today in honor of Miss A golden rulein sh ping:
-a _- l good_ cfeer.. 3Mix, niece of W. H. Palmer,Esq, of
.Buggffies and Wagons for sale by W. The Red Men are requested to meet North Gainesville, who leaves in a few
EL Davis & Co. at the Wigwam at 10 o'clock this morn- days for her home In the North. Miss
-.."C. C. Camp of Campvife was in the in~ ton make preparation for the burial Mix has made a host of friends during "Seeing is Beleving."
-iy y. "- -. of R. C. Bennett. By order of Grs her winters sojourn In this part of the
ty yesterday. Scacuz, Sachem, W. H, MOOTY, C State. All of them wish her a pleasant
Judge MDoinel of Areher was in the of B.R summer and hope that the early frosts
ctyY- Mis Violet Barber, the popular will ee her gain on her way to -our
The best harnYss for the least moey voupg lady who has been visiting Mrs. stand I
atW.-H. Davis & 0.-s. Mclrvin of North Gainesville, leaves _j rg. -. member that I positively l e goods
A..Kin-_ o. a, = .... forh hm .i Potso ut, o, Whi.chwillyehave? It does seem asi if
Attoey A. K. in of J-acsonvle foret r in torsmouth, Ohio, on some folks prefer to have the last condition
was in the city-yeserlay. Wednesday, much to the regret of many oftheliverthertlathe ft. They per-
friends.. this c- i. bg petually dose themselves with purgaftives
-_ .-. ta. l-warm friends in this cit and its bi totayitvirtes alterative of liverf i -
.W.S ,1cDoalnhas-etrnel safely 1-arm and s -IItrouble. Hosietter's Stomach Bitters is the hri t lt P !-.. l
f <-i - suburb, sueeessful candidate br the people's choice,,
fro h istriptoSouth.Carolnai t- andyet, poatr w wn as i i Chcao& than any Dou i1 Caiill
f The funeral of Mr. B. C.-Bennett wiltl here Areunfortnantes whok eep on tryingIl
Go-to W. H. DatIis Co. for fine the dratsteic remedies-otfformer days. Iti- to *
mles an or -. '_-- occur at 10:30 o'clock todav iyrom his late the intelligent porLion oftlh e publMic that the .
e- aresi --dence HAe Will .be buried bV h^ wel1 known and longtried propertiesof the
s.Ele h-_ orf-no e Ar1redono -re$en e- wU e urieu y t Bitters appeal. RFason should be gnide by
.._s- Elle Chlto A t Red Men. of which orgaamzation he-wasI experience In the matter of mediation. mat h t d i
wasin thecitvesterday... f- . -The bestguide toour feetlthe lamp of ex- and n matter what cuts remade I wl p one better
was in the ity ..-"w-t -- -amember. A Li red MCeai and all friends perienme," aid a great patriot of the early - .
rs .l r- W u.Fg an otf fedar Key is fn.ied.1 to-- attend.' revolutionary period, and the exclamation isi '
-Mrs. W.G-. Fagan of01 .A S-. isn-vitet 10 attend. pregawntwithtruth. Forovera third ofa .
visimg Ms. ouisRou of hiscitY centuryy the Bitt~rrs-dally has met -withth
ng M Louis Roux of thL-city, Dr.Cromwell informs us that there In eerto% et; Uuh^ 'emt-'e ----- "
-. .-. informs_ us thatthere enmiorsement-of people suffer.ng .-fro.liver
" ; "" " '- o, .. }complaint. malirk'a, eosunt|Ition, rheuma- "" -. ..
.]EUHicks, wife and child, ot Hamp-. a pring -within one mile of the .courtomait, mai osto, rn, . .
.. ---:; P;Am -dbi itiatl ....rioT-, ,l fiic-- c .......heh riby-at-D .in ft' f ]tin m derbity- Lanerlv t hdearedoipefand T 1nti is_ hn VhlT (I-ir h ('+f ir -;l.,T..,.l
fLAU. ftIw. tz~Lbina Krf-i mlLii hnp hs-heapA r-n r o hn bvseen througlyapproved as dca redltzeilyfan or- A' LLV7i-IL.LAjUL

MM~ure ,*US ^.*.-.--- -- -- p-- .,^ ,^^^ ,*'".; ,!been toroughly approved as a remedy for-- -- ^ v. ^ uuviA
ily -j and would afford an abundant sappty of_ "'_cgrippe" A -s- i 4 '
pare aterfbr te ofCut:
Phot.rapher aT. pure water for the city of -Gaine-ville.! .. ce. Cu p c ch and Dem Flonc-
AM*iis made ] pur e w fo i to i Death of Mr. Reuben Bennft.
finepicture of the Gas factory the other Two d llto este morning i
-into temte.Yeste~rday morning the community' mo-0s. ca
'intothe matter.
day. I was staatledl b a report of the ?udden
Col E. C. F.Sanehez returned jester Work on the artesian well is progress- death of R. C Bennett, a well-K n n E
dayfrom a tripto Johns-ounty on g rapidly. Yesterday the engineers citizen o this place. Mr. Beniett was OQ E A N S L IP
egl msHine. t were puttingdown dreamer to clear een in good health early in the morn- 1 1
-p out theass .before driving more in and the report was hard to believe.
-Mrs. J. M. Sehroder-adMrs. W. D. pipe. Th-n the work of running dow n
Will-s havegone to Savannah to the sand pump to drill out the trash breakfast and wa.irtina in a hair at b most
spend May week. will be followed by a test of the water. the dor of the Fertilizer Factory keep C i all k ry o pees be
.... .,, _". vam~u~llm in Ftally of the number of ba -ofigrs ea i.
SThere is sti prospect for rain. Look The reporter had the pleas a tlizer tingpackled in an eml beach ony frS
out nowif-itdoes-not comeintoo great- drive with Mayor Brown yesterday. In t rear alon.ide of the platform, t heiZ .h o cents r yard.
wn-eserdy.Inea I lngide -of the platform, TIe
I car loon h

quantities. the course of a conversation on the san- men w-ho were loading would call out .
ar the numbers to him and he would record
:ger Pmsebhy returned from his itary condition of the city the Mayor h m and Ot tbe t ecT Tt S TWO-JSY
shap Koch ftr etiio s jj_ them anod at the saiae time call th4m ro Y ^L^ 0 - Al f
-High rtngs trip -in great. shape and Tremarked that he was going to see him- batk soit would be known if he se-ore1, C h-Bagain.t
fine spirits. self that the sanit',rv laws were enfor-i correctly. When lumber S was reach-- ash again tr
1 e4. I. e the men calledto him, bit re-eived - .. .
heood'h Sarsaparilla absolutely cures t l"no answer. -One of them cameo to tV I PR#aOA CA
r fail. It ps- Under the bill v[deh recently- w-rd d w o -.whas ,} r~irad--1N HP0E L #
where other preparation' fail. Under door to see what wa the matter an AN'NOU NCE$"'l - _____
se 2es meulicin-idaerit peculiar toitself. the U. S. Senate, but has n-,t yet passed found hinm lying on the flnorin a -stTpor. .i L ----- -
TeFlorida Southern Ralway con- the House. the following towns in this Just at this'time Mr. B ennett's brithr--" Jo. w. AsN Hio _AVJ
Sductors and agent are geitlemanly and tate are entitled to free delivery ofthe i -lbea ,Mr ,eSsedo al f vti-h f u now until -oAiaten wiD
men hailed him. Mr. Shelton did all 1 ihe. _. u n, w "n"i n a si
accominodathig officias -. mails: Gainesville, Oeala, OrlIndo he uld to revive Mr. Bennett. iei areniad.-rr,. Attorneys & Cunselors at-LwW
S" alatka, Sanford and Tallahassee, one of the men hurried off to th eitvy TIc-.T INT AiVAN'rE. i
Ed L-ighton, ex-camdet andl all-around Jk S _ a with the mnws. He told Mr.-Joli Belt- itil rst *u just as much to announce Cr et M and M
[good -fllwleft -eterday .--.ft. ..n There will be a bicycle race on nhtt and went forea jhvyian At.. dC r l.
good fellow, left -yeteda after ow ; T - I Rp-rh-n R"rynnet t -ojoi -
__ _ ". L 7 ... Io mta-n T 1 *,,tarhnt~o : no o an Mrlloah~n ~nn r o ....GAL' didacKy .later on as it(A

--:O- U.- XtLPlON i for Savanna to- spend .ay week. [-" 3" ^. .......LY.. -.. ..-- -. .-- .. i j riiero-e on 1 CAee.
-: . .. "- ". and.M. B. Saunders' wheels: Arthur died i fifteen miutes from the time he -
-1fel.J.- "- .F H : = "
:-V -- .SITH. M. Oliver Farmer returned to her Single will ride Mr. Saunders wheel r.a ito hO -fKUF
-rv- hom I arrr- n-sernywent-down anda view-
-. nBCha- - o nronson y.esrtay, acoma-, Ind_ Harneyev Hutchinson that of Mr. ed the bodr. After some delay. thet offie" "i;rl' a-u" tty..... u""
W 'au an.r:n t.:: nielby hersister, Miss Clarabell King. Culerho. The race will be up Ij- Coroner came down to hold an que--. to -e antiour of t-In ieora.. pl.t- in
--- _3ti ne v on .Io. Ru>T The w roner a e wn tobold an- uft i
::--WJ- -^-- THE W.EEKLY Sux and the Atlanta bertv street. but as Mr. ennet had died in the ., e ni to .s sy v . .-_--. If ,ic th
-o--sio on yea .fo _.. Oe of presence of a kinsman and there ceneed orice with edit momyseif and sathefaetion
r.-.-. : ..-..."-. Weeky tunone year-for I, .One of he court house balls, -which to be no evidence of foul play, there I to the-whole peoo the nnty
S-- :-: -- In advance. IThi offer is only good f from its high place some time ago, wasno inquest. w a- A. HILLlY.
..___...______ .....- :until....ro " g.pae.some.ime o Loenloosa, I-la., April 2 l_ .-
S-_----- ntil Junet The body was taken to the dec -aed' ......
H.p- y wa-.. .J . "- was replaced in position yesterday. It hou an placed in charieof -'mder-! itannounee- mysef candidate for .heriff
W- W, -is itthat h-ml te womeu morei The rain on Suelay and SunLay night required some very careful work. as the taker Hutehin.o who pr.parsd it ft-r. ., b*I-nn'tra.",,t or i imo
;0s 'takererai: Uut-eh-vn~n- orm -paritotite-..
-So io _ami khapplti thn en was a refreshing oneandveget able sUip- man who put it back had to sit on a burial. The funeral will take pkc- :c>-.-ia.,l t- .:td I .y,- .*.---
W e etheman the~ ais, street, I ~to ". iniuzivpt-i-tonn Johte t? of thit- oa1i03,
-_e tounutry, tar ,vo. twh i-.e m oents will now picx-up rapidly. s-Imall ledge of the eourt house. "1oy at 10 without fear or fav<*r
A, ir -i-byseashore. always - The relatives of the dead man weren -,,. -,
l te teni a-dane- Hon. S.H. Bliteh f Btt, the T x is pleaded to note the en- -inetd and h-s father, mother and! fte; -her
S. AI- the seet is they aim to ablerepresentaveof Maron county dorsement of Hon. W. C. Rive- by the -iters Came over t once from Fir- F CUNTY iE.
ieae. it i ei irt in fin staneties J o.... H. tc of. .t ot. .he- .Tanks, Eh* bpowewasoneof the sad-t Tdhe man-i f friend s ftof J.-'. ii an
hltti5iaWeril for a te legislature, was in the city vester : Democrats of bewnansville d blowstrict was one of the an von!h mnid f-hi_ n- hfr :.3 e !. Wr- i .
an were- it mg. for a rde4 thnt c posibly- cone to rn-wo-e
desi t pleasing and pretty many day --. the office of Commissionerof Agricul- and the her-aved family have the hati a rt.-huacou.n aneiuienty u esi :n
wo-ld r sutile- ag a ." -Wbi?1 "1 -,v-mpathv of ---e_ " ._ -
3ecnd niever mnile otae tohD y L- -. ,- e -. Mr. Rive is tin every way well l sympat theuti ommunhei--itor y.-> winiuntnel ,<-ii^;.,.. .
In "a "- -me. .. "mj t -1 a"e -ach one of -h "e net W .
.... ^eli~~B. b locrat. of the laCrose district, made ualfied for the olie and it would as- inSoutaoinain850and h nnn m a r
t0d 'alt-tt l -- n g, The. feel oeratF of thi LaCrose disrit, made a-' born in tui eCl_'arolina in 18____nd ___i"
^e fe r f -- r fa W atef ne t i- f t - - or th o ,eI t e --o t ntv n re v ann ei- e P. Wit- h -their nervous- pleSant call at THE Srx office on Men- the p of the wole forty-two rnty jd jt te
-AChes weatknes and bearing down; -- plea ure to see-him nominatel. hi-dteouh. His father and family M v= cr,0? fthe i'r,-m.-rat._?_a-y i r
lihet dat (1.k, F' g--It0! iiir E x
:-- a-mfe tot -em is any urden. W hat ay Florida in 1z; and-live at-- f.. - Fs t A .r -- -.
--iJe;- o -V- WanV-rich wish to callespecial attention I Terei metk of the p.-'-lbiV'rv fo n .. i h.... A -- "
-4-" -= 1" Why,|'-t "op phv the wne -to
c_ re hersaa --iiy uhl!-l the- m boutiful .i ne- f laes< -i- e. o di u lica, in, i the coupons tat arc pla'e theb ravte toIzHia aeh tro .k. Tn te I-fl.-f....... -v,,-t.- o f A -ahn.,o
ewre ber-and Aptny hinissrf tbt-- ple~vsure aeo "" Uer le, m utr ,ih r -i t .. n^ whelre ther- are -sti lirS- From t-tu omy nunc a~aenis f
_-_= .. . . . . . . . ..-di p it e a- '.'S-ue tlb H -. -S w x in th e w a c b o n t
.. ... ... 3Eh bi with t- l -godid, table- napkin, et., displayed atw a Y t -
tM- t% hij 1 t witb the q .m V 0 "t be.. . . } otn after !,if, ,narris to 3i ir.n.-i-r o :e f Tai_- r
- "itm the folltow- Mr.- .-M- S-- --'-. Wewil state tor the beneath of fiB -... ._rofthi, ci-y-. -moved t Ga- s : ,Wo :h' asproatl fo the l-benmefi -
seems i .lt om -b l J. l~~roxler- "- --i. . 'r&rlo lL 't.lO t:t JltS !'u~vCneto rPiay hei,
....t.a.t. ..e snieWt mud-ebeioest way -i ho are afraid of this th-at we m' .e a j vill-p-t o . f..Mv BEi .
*nln-11r, _lwu- Boto. fatherhd Of- A. Benn Mr- Bennett wava eImic-ted with, th ...
-* Wtrlhis ytmtintti Ba iuh Btthad B Mrenbe, er net, a acierofR.C.- r.ystem of identidation that will require iMr. Beftt was coected wtth thE.- --- ____
4UW YUja 'B~ftakBieod B4l jeaentneM eer I&Q4 a Cid ora ^ ^
*- T considerable ingenuity to counterfeit. e eamt
i"(]B- > _- '-.- -- child ntil thedeath of his son-1 euben -. here and waq one of the most effltvi-nt i -
If.,LA.. hie.N yt- e Stft, A Brown House: W H-Seiber, F c &S men who ever proeteuti-Ilu" itizs,-mz of! -J YEE. Propriet0r.
P --v ,Taw.,Writes: -1 ae u y"_-1-- P W H Brrett, Oa John- 0 Gainesville awaiu.r law- broker*' In the
.AoIr -"Inop fall of 1889 Ie left the force awl t-p-- EATA TEET
e-tnit~T "'l7- Themattinginthe court rotm WI .- land, Detroit; John A Moore, 'aa ed apsttion with the Florida Ferili- "TIE
ll-btedithltcativerem leeatyeitw"ya=a! ad i priC-ty, .Mo; WT Jacksoan, T E Wilkin- eeopa.inchrofthe k ac, grate
_- B"k "M ig f cort hn as "em whc _L be.
3 L J..egoy. Bu~tlr to -lratonfoifti.e opening ef ourt to- on, N Y; P A McIntosh Thomasrille tor haida fort-ni, which place h .,arii4
!g.l :"AMy wie s be- Wider o ...a; C Camp, Albion z. Geo- E WkH he las held continuously ever since _________- _____
tbtettaeerlxoodpyia Mr. Bennett wa onete em
b- it ata-ueuinp Oeth.!s4 Watt.d-jmteBman or lady solicitor Palaks;-: C -anl. Phila: G V Cham- b.-r of te Baptist church. but i morel
fBm and In eve"tTNaiy M -a" COr-berlin Tauu. reent ve^ad ed theMeth i--a!mBa"eod Ban to>edoctMi ; w Ad m He leaves a tfe-and Ieven chiid
-b de. her itnlet ymre She now dtiy, Gm- U. Hiun, -anrnlle, All merber.. of Mount Vernon Id one a son about fifteen eares old. .em- *a'v"
bar~o aum -a Uk
---i--. berm -rai&, at bl shF- dl814wF-l Xo.30. K. of-P.,are herebcommande plfoyed in the grocerv store of -triw'
^ o@6^bocu able to d ebory W yT.-F. Watrbury, wife and children to -2KVmabie at iatIe Hall tni- morning f&i.i.a
A im. zIs.I If* WS5 a fti"lw)r of several secetm
1of AUM~i Jk le are here on a vci~t to t lt lock a. m. f-Orp ftPrthe1 P sv ?hj. city.
-- eni twe~i::i At*-. cA-t ft of ti- th .
-A fC hIn ule eiAf friimtnl nifl ~relatir". Theyv will remain ithe ('i- of z-in the last :ribte of ---- . .
*ad mot lS& ..s-. -tha 00* ilfitn, people
hav fon u- uhLtimdjr. D-IFICTy eea a oar i-jc ~h- t ~
e.-.-'a-Y.t-- rI, .rr. f, c,', .......y '.. -- .... .. A
")Ya aGd itC pt, W. T. Jawk.-on, r-p.resentn ; C a ;- 4 1 ,Y I-" - -_ _ _-_ ...._
-th~W ox ~ Uf avi .... klbnAmo -B
n ta wilt 0- tha't -I0 a, cC & -o a_ -otuar -Nfew I--ork -. i .
-. iikrf t ._--ra aer-t in. all dls-drummnri is i. the cit-. -. fl.-ta tfU2Ea.s5ifl71
ea.- of T ht<9 ti E (tat-- ati Lungs. I n.' h : .- Thi i.,,." rr r -r->-, -- - - < ,-1 --.-t ::.W W.. -L..---.L. )t-=-,-I, ie.-
.. a" t a" --, \ M "t "6 -h c v T ht a"
b t-"e rs ne to 44 -_ad lt t-at e I -Ma-- u -wi r -ngi p d an .. o- r-- . - -. i l-., h rr -I eM
.- r l fi-l .a a- 111 -i . - . -. *-' ta." i -. .--'. l -, -"- by A- jl-ift firxf-
--:- , .-oreN.M.te san ... . ,-...r t-n n, U y_
Iwet*lli a* t-e- t=0.4.-.nest, and he Twill bfe a i soo^e jr... vn try- S *
Ols1iver Af ;*a. and 1- a'i w .,- a hr toorrn Yw w t.--- a l -V whit TvrTh '?.
_-tri al bottet of Keft u r ff -- - t .. *vwk'4 Oi *'-- -t, .-- L row-:e- 1 W s W-i0 a

bTbp ad-L it-.a rnnr- f i "- It, s ml -. F-win v- -.r -. if t ttuaa-. 4 a
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I, guarBtteed tb eir- n er silt|^ ^,^ AW.:ia^^,oe Ga/////;7thc e^5 n-Z--icitvf
-uc- t3 - '1 A" "ie .- "d t -e n -u'- -n-e W y-in-f/"f f-Or- 7 :- -- -.- -- k*-aa.- .-
____________ LIi1TrEI y&ntrip sout. He wiji lesetcmnntv has! ii- fl^a--T th primme /f/h -' v $5OOR ward~m !

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n uat.f t I ,p, "l H .B W e rt4r. -thatlS to M .en rAk. W1itit T-o tthiae, B ,-- W i p= e.- l-.
a*he, 3Ul5tm ^7k ro~iiiM t Set! n a mid .ar sI . W fr amirtcsles ha-t il 1l^ but Meat t"I __ ct^nt -a -'*- art n-^ 'U5 -.invaD
-^ ~ ~ $~ WWIL .* 4f tha awbeitn ULA iw ustion*- nrns .w .,T w m !' '~ ~

utivded yrrlW$i 4-- ~ ~~ h^1Y4 of'-^ ^., -_L_r.^;^,-. '. * ______ "__ o* f pssh- w bWP -f 1 .-& ^fa .t '--??*p-- jff ____ ^-s WWW^ E nu 9~iul
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^ra mrt jU~a--'ici ^ht iW rtiras i rp a -, w'a"' tb 7 JA ES BELtMA
fkAan C 1. vvs orTh- *v-.- 4 i rb- *e t- xg

.- -- tb .io *9-We~ vformw w^r*9 T- i -.st -* .~ obe k.mt. -- .. - ). ^^' s. :-.- *' flLLIN I'S.:*. "*"-"O*.:'- NO~ae -S-': H O k J *- t '
t- S* 04f-*oIsh w -uPaSwtfc U .qT- 0 ed t i*---" FL.Sa VANE 'S ium t. -
he drug.'bv be~-f IivVe Sol" IMer Arn~ Zt:"1'~ 'L~iual

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Off.e In Halliday building, e6r Liberty
Snud University street. Junes lawly.-
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Ot)epe at R- -PMen anut Cburebh 4trt el. dlaw-tb
AGi--O11 { l"-.X-AT-IFAW.
:.Offie over Ballarni Walar-e-s -Dru Stm.
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I- Having "mured the exrtadiw rgaht arim
Sthe i).fot.un-rMamafstrtwmi e~fp pay at
I sew York Sw Aiwbua onty. I atm now
|aWle proprietor of thst wonderTWt Lewal
I Anipthe ic kno *w iriantuad.'r kIr Ox-
trtntartg teeth wiHtht pail.. ?nt one ia
Atidhua emrfty r ar i,- 5j-at "AymEf. I amn
aloaftiA-ulIt trhf.4at* f PfirWfai-and Will
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O f AIah-7, 1otay_*.4- s .ho Wtat teCth er.
tr-tred w itinrt faif e Iomtrt ai an =$y
timae b tw=n th*e bon- Of W.M. a,0nd p. .
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