Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01794
 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 21, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01794
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
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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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SILL THE FLOODS RA6E. exlderomtllautriatin FROw AL L (OVB THE SaATE: D O YO U
In-Wn U i for new ebntraets for material and
^wo-rk, and as well to also proportion-
k =A CYCLONE Dp iE) 'm TT~i ately reduce by 50 per cent the entire WHAT IS TRANSPIRING I
HOBROBS. amendment appropriation. FLORIDA.
O sr.LoriSay 20-The Ohio andTHE ORAS- MF TN GREAT I
Srt. OIOSA^ Q B NeW ORLEAL IIN GBEAT Missisippidyke at East St. Loui. isiz ^ ^;.^ .i
intact, Aikly to go at POLITICAL. AND PERSONAL POINTS.
PKOPZ&Tf. moment. The break widl flood the sur- I ____f
oSw CiTY, -a., May 2o.-Acordin roandng country. Residentsalong the The Third partyites iu Ilernando have I S
,to-he latest telegram the flood has been I line are moving out as fast as pozsibfe, called primaries.
even more disats in its results than takin their household ects with Te John river i e l s S
wast -fist antieipated. The estimates them. I than at any timne since ItS7. . Ii rr "
As to the les of life vary from sitty to The water in the lississippi river ad le ho ou Can t oe
oneimtndrselv. No list can be given ofi reacha' VT- flood mark -of IS5 today. T h yo an get.-.- oe
h de-d. ...- o Lat ran and k iled a fun a fWds ciao. th ethod and rert9cl when I
S EEK5 OF I; E OISM. almost a tdn rnadoewrought gret An emotion e O locae the country seat S-r upof Figis taken; it is pleasant
Sheroi the flooLed distriets. Bu-iness alougy of LaFaVette county iz being petitioned and refreshing to the taste, and acts re o
save the u-hapt .c is e made t O t he levee is entirely suspended. on w r genly yet promptly on the Kidnewsie n, I ri
bridge. W -t anc her ,ittle re I eports from up the river say that the Liver a-nd Bo-els, cleanses -the svs-! .I
SJune ri"eve is coming down, and grreati ectualy, dispels colds head- Grand Se Ldes P
year-old-gir were unable to zet away1Cedar KvI- a -urtle wei-lima- 34
frm the ood in time. The father arhenion i felt here Kd aches and fevers and cures habitual tir V

tag ortt as repotinf Mudi. i- s in steadilh prizes at a cor peheve drill at' Dat"uia d-uced pleasing to the taste and acm.
anod her chi-d when the -waves sw ep-t p et; "
AKFransalis eonae and St. LcCui on ed aepovteb ne to the stomach,-i proF pt ins
the hose aw.. They o on e w sd a-i station and truly beneficial in it _.____ .___ ._
t-W theo current until Whenthe te ;o ffTh os vS. -y bo - ...re.off tn prepared only from the most -

ej- i saring the fert an, butr great damage. -ille win be- .t uort m-n.excellent qn-,_iescom mend-.
strenth failed wher ad she -was vTHE DANGE AT yew ORLEANS. ard in to all and htsve made it i tehe tmoodt l ,L, t .
e wo .... stomacn trotih i;nt nort e
ledtore er old on er EAs, Ma 20.-The river is LFaoette .ounty. The test onven- popular remedy n.on. i H-S JUT .
child. With a despairingcryof i" m- now oer eoteu fe ig, and has tion thhre wa.e alil Trhne'y. fir dof Figs d for s-ale in -i tP
.ma ec h-" tfe child disappeaired bte- thW OeSt poin t ve n trto-. e alekRladf b l he t FI"E LI
-e tm e ~otd ltnrt w ves. Seveorel streets -in ... iy aree oLaver fo aresarted m K Wet, smsp c are f e t nd .f e .- havA- it OH .. pi l
ni e a te. tic N
Semanfactuing r, nd suburb of we u The wharves are all under several ri a aloon 1 nd stealing the cah. promptly for any oneo tho wishes
Gt% nileepersn arek ownto fsn the city are Noerw ete 1 .in Ky estbten en ht
drowned. Four-havebeen drowned at jinhes of ater The itatin i- n- Tas hootit wil be made uptt tr it. Manufactured on ly by the
tThe obserers of the barb iiierous i thedxtr neme. J -1 e F f f
SI~rltk~dale. Yheobseryersoftbe bis The Bornet Carve crevas-e is nearly O taA[JFORUlA r IS flUr ta1, I RNDERWEAR.
bridge wconted fiteen bodies thatswept jfr ihuddred feet wide. The engineers sho0o at I-. Peeterborgoh S AANOO CAL -
ander it. Matt Roe, an old sailor, thi at it is impossible to close it. TheCairabelle raikaad is beihg pusb- jOJ)SVU.LE, KY. NESW YOBX,. Z T
saved tweny-eight lives. A woman j rl ai riilion dollars worth of sugar ;ed vigorousy. A contract for tue con- -,,-,----- ladies' and Childrens ULn<
w m~o ian.,agedtTo wade to a box car wa1ro hae etroed. strucrio f n more ra iI1I AN1OU U la Ire3lh-reofi
, eresei wi aor pai a v e water is o ineroaclinu upon ken. nlei .t -._ h 1
hirth toa-child, ard two hours later e ten ils e e cit. The t anivrme, .- qulte co e nd cl.------
wasnrecue a omn nam inon le hs sin of the, srvhS^S -f .- cm TpHulEit.At a !l riil an.h aeim dii iO:h
andthre children were hodrone ranDie i T i ar i r |T

lies were qwptt a~ay. old-aninew bsins to rotct h te r sear A tinter It laes contyou juPt as muu

SA CPtLE; ioujows THE FLOOD, portion of the city froni overflow. B5 analsis it i- found that there i 13 your candidacy Ntiron a^. wFl, n.w. t ..j | | |
c hil ades ructive From the lower oast Yesterday amorn Per cent aoftannicac in the root ofUte Kbi _pcso t e. B
r!fein amelreports that Pie t ever areal
COnv .rt; L?-501 ^^^^f-viDnG war Two break-s occurred Italian sumac, which yields 12 to 16 per I i heresy announce myself a candidate for
mjoritr report. Jud seryo a nih aHre n h Lcet office ofShberiff of Ac a coty. sbjec
em o e ..ilaes niahts a~tarlem and the enw b e action of the Anemocratic party in
Se sreeiou qu ston arppe -overf l o n On it]
7ma1 rrestn ruIled out of ord ero en ],

8:2B p. m.-The vote to evease fis wxem'ii. The damage s Oak- in a score of 7 to 14,L Up c; 5' ^e to v : J
nmityreport as, yea 1 ni the-revs e in the onth nititbing the game stood to at -/ '
.-Alrrcba markerd iiM haed. rTeebed $2,000,000. The situation which point the visitors west down and announce wroT.^ aCRdftdater-
Sa tion.v--e t ofAl anty o .
ed nmh e pe m ns acrrkatnownvet-B r t i : to be
inh s of WASHOLT. T etli- i f nonuntabi 6-dI elected Iople y myeit toby
i Main fe in yesterday with ISCOSI SHO tInverness three nie church etd!t-foaheaIut s perfr te dies of the beit e u
thoutsaned dollars worth of cement, io BfBro, oIs Iv aaor ,--eavv TOr o kc-f tex ionl an dT F t VX
toaeo sugar, malt and barley, which s ou are reportewi and Kendall and Baptit iaS nearert completion. 2ut bti. 4 o--~- ------ be~" a ot lo her
waiIto&osha wetearn sn Gleod T e. Te on tthreChiaoto ami North- thle nel.- To th re niboirat ar ptrrs of T lach uacou-
-the water. The exat lhe clsuusr th reabout. t. IT annCua b'sl a adite Nor

ite. ais under- water. Mile or tack have 1 THE MOST POPULARI LD. nomination .1,rI be oi-j-e of Pro at-, Jud---
A SOIfor Alachua evunly and re&rt*itfutly a-k the
A SPI'T HlAMOXIZED. been washed awav. --- -. support of te Djen-ocratic trty in the pr-
i-- "lToBeAwarded a Handwome Gold Watch imaryelation. If I reeeve th0 nomfnat.l,-
-rC-IXOND. Vap. r May 2n.-T he an- -neld the o1th,-el shall endeavor .
titipated trouble between t-he two f-ae- t-o perform t Diri-i fii ipjtuiptIY n t spci t t
-'- 1 ~ i-EO K.l- la. MYrVl 20"iI.--T! Egyptian N"A 'o i-s tle mo_; popnI.r tea,!v in fl--M audoi-n- t
:tions In the State Democrati conven- -TA
tion eterday, known a* tho Cleveland i levee at Alexandria broke Wedne'd. chia count? This i ut a ,uestin uhic The man fri. f W. Wt an
and anti-Clveland follwers, ha been' morning and the town and thousands oft l- 111' l;t b ailn .i.l al in i river iTh mae hfirnYrfnern -. f he vW .man
and. b ,"- pla.-" hiws. nim ltL-.1,r, '.-, he V* r ,E T j
.happily djrted Ye. tdav BNrnig acreZ of fernilefarm -lnd ttc were rr*l.'r* ^4 h- --..r -.A- w.- f;covt-..i!r ttT 1 r^ -- -,.
a mtt of t :e te t-r, .:v wier to Ythe d-rhf ,tr crt'ri- dci t, -rle tr of P--- -, Dto!'. RhhE S Site,-RtS.f
ivttrne.,- cf th. di ie c - - .. e "ra t. 4- r- e of LTc- 1-J- --IV .
uominatlby the oppoin -- i :t_- i;t in N t Y T Eit
-h-ldtwhichit W det:ermined that A rt ot water tI herp-By annorncmiti a lt fr
Sofut'Li a-id ;ti 'a ,-" t Slu t- tow4-nu -CLtl-. ". 4j-ct t6i t1
the- would all withdlrawand allow the hehe twn anl i a. s-ift a- thnt in theat Mr. milt'- jz.wlrfv ttOre, ndl ietnoh an o IMem.ratf pat inan imar i
c"ention "_to elec- two delegaes-at- rfflin channel of the wtlMoines. which the n rrlru fr -oting, rcr f16.vio 1- tio*- E- "-A v-'
lo --- a rom each e.n con-ei es-to rise ra dly. t will I too clip t-e coupon printed be- .-If a C l d ... h
- All railroad traffic is entirely suf- -lt fro. a""py T; 'N. .ll ,; I t .an romyton for aCntwy 1sT
-AI- w fr o it if Tth. St- di~-l out- limoertk-a ir. nomination for County- Judge.
u-iLLA. p n the KeokuL and Western, e- and drpitit i e.tjecttthe primary .ekt ou. :
.--- e- x "'io rern, w l continue fr ini. - G R NE- ..
ACKtso.aviL. May 20.--Yeterday i and StLoU Keokuk and Northwet- ^ ,ar until June 1-r, l12, at which -- --:------
9 wmtrB between the ihoar, .of -1 and 2 era roads between here and Alexandria. 'Itav at -dx o'cHk p.utm. the voteZ will FOR TAX MSES<.'R. -
..- l-- bewen the hour. of I an 2 e rod -----.." b .,-:,v-::-,.. ,V -ommittee slecTet- ToC .et P. ral--oc, v,4,-.- tit Alaci
in the southwestern portion of LAV-illa, Thlt.TIrd -cling "- ; f, of the candidate-. No 1.^ti-iJa:w- i Fasi as-0Lfl rr IC
what ti called Howardl' quarter,. Is often the, f-miter of L-eriou- ill- Iern connecret with TUEFSr or Mr. subjectt to rhe approal of tfhe L-mwratL
Tony Squire -was murdered by- Samuel rfe-s._ which m y be broken up it a good Smith*- r-rablishm*nrt wilt be- allowed Caouty Conventti or Primary .-fr{t.n
Xtmti with a Pocket knife, i tnic likee Hood's aparilla takn to.Vt._e, and-i w piS,-d.i ourselve to pr-- M
I in. Thi -icir_ iorat the- t -e t lw c:u~di,.tres "- .....
e lfaitsEi th, are as follows: kinevs and liver to -remove the w-~te : M X'.- f t LtX .LECTOR. r
I the tneighborhmh liH Sun Wea- trom thei stem, prifi the blood :iid l ",,<.- .-inriui vt.v- fr their :w favor-, ^,"-t^ip- t -a qJ,--
ver, a- yount colored woman. upoa nuiids-up the str ength. j.tk t.-,'r" tU',I'f P'HE .iN t th- -unttr to fef t^act f tbtewrrti p-
whom Sqluiresar4 Motn were stiption is cau-s lot of te or at Mr. =mith jewi-lry .-:,. in primriesr c-,flment:io u lt
w u14stiri Pat io it sea y cof tile Ht
Card. were played lafter the :gme -I ie 4etfonl -: C-. r.t er hnlr-,. .-. .
pe--th...e a tion o th.. ... b la o. -of O ___ __ _
-S s, n partatly retire l adl the itwo-ia n lilli. rtore- thi ti-n an -In -1 invitrate
wete left to di't-us? the stiniat:in. .1.al- th<>e htwr'. i-- _,, i -' -f.;-. -*> -a i-uitf i.:' t <*t- runIt-E
oWy of course cropptql out and a quar- Thedrau.ist' d..er-rv r' r,' ,uzti-h the -'i- - -a. ^:-: rten uo- ..-ch,-, o 1 11*-
Tr r-ensued which wa, follow l by a flh, o inS te-tiionv y, they han de the th e _. .t . .: ..- .- 1. rt,. t i_.t- i.f 1 ,tt llt.- -
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ag, exceptMonday, delivered by carrier in
.ty, or mailed to any part of the United
at, postage free, for $50 a year, S.O six
Waths, $L,5t three months, or 50 cents for one
mmt--sthtrtlvin advance.
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Umw for each ad every insemrtion-
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ocet a word for every insertion
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EER WEEKIJY SU2I, tbs edition of THE
UAJLT SUN, is, amo-page 4-column imaper,
fVmtebed every- iuraday, an4 contains all
Tem newsof the week, Local, State and Gen-
maL Itis che best weekly paper published
--fkorids, aand wffl be mailed, postage free,
tany partoftheUnited States or Canada
2w SlMja ear-in advance.
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-m ordor re g. terletter. address

Congress bas laid a prohibitory tax
en state banking. It must be removed.
Banks not compelled to base their cir-
culation alone on United States bonds,
must be provided for by making state
-bonds, and gild and silver equally
Good bases of circulation. Banks per-
mitted freely to loan on stocks, lands
ad produce securites, muAst be allowed
.to be established wherever the people
ill give them supporting business.
T Srz- has heretofore.advocatedthe
removal the prohibition to state banking,
-and utilizing .tate boiids,-gol and sil-
ver in the organization of state banks of
i.Ue, but stru CL no responsive chord in
thtis -state. .
TH Stx noW has better authority to
ofer in support of its opinion -than it
"ever had reason to hope for. We Wish
the readenrs of THiE S-s to giVe it a care-
ful reading notuiths-tanding its length.
A thorough study will repay, the time
s-peit on it. The authority is high, be-
ing no le.:s than that of the New York
World uplwrted --by the Financial
-hr jl1nieki, and is as follows:
lowitngf~t wh-'ile ago The World presen-
.... .... :- -- time an outline of the
:. U P('X_. currency
L-. C. SMITH'S of the
ttch andChain Contest. in1w
D Thts ia Oaa- Viut*- .;
^J-"- ^..iFiuancial
-s "iorate article in sup-
; rr- r'fnQovement. The reasoning
fTi substantially that already employed
-r The World, but some points of im-
: p--tance are added.
The restoration of a stait. bank cur-

reney would go far to satisfy the dis-
content whi"h has hitherto found ex-
pe;sion in- free-silver .advocacy. It
would giye to the agricultural regions
an increased access to money in time of
- need,, In the shape of a responsive cur-
-eney. Itwoold create a currency with
a natural tendency to stay at home.
while the natural tendency of all the
formwi ofe cy.nowin useis to "con-
centrate itself, when not actively em-
Jpiyed in the great money centres,
there to become more or less perma-
-nttly entangled in speculation, leav-
ing the-rcountry without It at times of
special need.
Te -heronile lsums it up in this com-
pact way:..
First, as we have ueen~the tendency of
these b note-will be towards home
and -ot away from it-that is, will be to
stay wthbiL the state of their -low; ie
this characteristic they will differ, as
has been -hown. from every paper note
now i.exsteoce. Second, when out of
active Use, they will go into the bank for
redemption and not accumulate at
Chica or New- York to.breed n-
Shtealthy pex-uladve ventures. Third.
t- wy wl always be o hand to move
te cr"ps because they will lodge at
homne: so when a dealer tn grain wishes
to hav*:curreey for making a purchase
in tbe interior h willgo to the local
S-hnk.et his dl~sunt., take tbhe prraeeds
i^n tfat baiik'-! notes. perfect hi proposed
arragt*met, ship bi- grain, draw on
New York sav for the value ot the
grain,. and when the draft i paird take
-up hiS paper ttUvicotunwd by the local
Shank, ani c the lhixal bink i- in fund&
a- to. redee iT notes- as -wr m.
-c>.. ba- k to It. -
Tht-^ itiw wtords eQou1 be grease ex-
Itind&. nt they outline- thr character
M! V.*r 0f the proposed nle !y-
tea: tf tLf-.' iatiluUti~'- We Wifl
,,:'-'k iE-t the peope of each 1i-
.. -':-y- : :. hbe the own'- in i pat- a-
tt a* hlai,,'6. iP shaped id as o mAk
the.b iaak k jir table: Ino tlW4 ai th-
growth ia banikiri eapIital aidt in cirvti-
-- 44.. ^ *'^- ." ^ y '^ S p i- U jj t

make those articles of import pay reve-
nue which come directly and largely in
competition with overabundant home!
productions- This will be the practice
until the system -of supporting the gov-
ernment is changed to direct taxation.
On this point Mr. Baskin says:
"'Mr. Mallory is not a producer, -and,
though he lives in Florida, he is in no1
way connected with the orange indus-
try, and does not feel the necessity of
this protection as keenly as those who
have come to Florida and worked year
after year to build up the only industry
that can make our peninsular what we
would like to see it.
"Some of us hold that so long as a
tariff is placed upon manufactured pro-
ducts., the men who till the soil have an
equal right to be .-protected.- This is
simple justice. Last year there was .im-
SDorted into New York about 4.500) O
dollars worth of ora ge- and lemons,
and about 62,000 j-bales of lo: ig',ttun.
Both were raised by cheap labor, and
when it is said we 'ntLvt -compete with
this. It is 54imp to say we mnst come
down to the level o0f tho'ew-ho prIedC-e
the orange arid lemon at a rate of waeo
of 15 cents a day or thlereabouts. Then
we are. menaced- on the west with the
Mexican orange, which promi-es to be
a formidable rival, threat-ning to take
from us our western market.- -To take
off the protection, or refuse to protect
the American orange grower, simply.
means for us to produce them in compe-I
tition with the Mexican growers, which
is as much as to say that we will be re-i
duced to a level with a-set-of people ofi
whom it is said consider themselves
well dressed for any occasion when they I
have on a standing collar and a -pair of

It is reported that the North Carolina
delegates to the Chicago cenvention |
stand four for Cleveland. and the rest
scattering. Elias -Carr of Edagecomnbe
was nominated for governor. It is -said.
the Alliance will have no state- ticket
out, but will probably put an electoral
ticket for president in the field later on.
The platform of the convention demands:
the free coinage of silver, but -does not
touch upon -the- presidential question. I
The committee reporting it were con-|



Peuliar In combina prto ion, and
preparation of ingredients, Hood's Sarsapa-
Srilla possesses.the curative value of the best
known reme- u ,on dies of the
vegetable 0 Hood Skingdom.
Peculiar in its strength and economy, HoocPs
Sarsa.pariUa is the only medicine of whiell caM
tlly be said," One Hundred Doses One Dol-
lar" Peculiar in its medicinal merits, Hood's
Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hitherto un-
.the title of "The greatest blood punier ever
SdiscovereLd." Peculiar in its "good name
.at hom."-t are i-. m-ra of Hood's Sarsa.
Spar.Flla r 1. -: ll than of all other
Blood puii:ers.- Peculiar in its phenomenal
record of e ies abroad
'no other ecuSI arpreparatioa
ever attained so rapidly nor held so
Ssteadfasty the confidence of all classes
o f people. Pecuiar in the brain-work which
Sit represents, Hood's Sarsaparll.a com-
tines all the knowIledge which modem
-research- *- m medical
science has i 0 UOItSelTeveloped,
Sxi:h. ma:;y. years i ekal experience in
Ipreparlug medicines. Iv sure to get- only
Hood's Sarsaparilla
z Sold by all druggists. $,; sixfor?5- Preparedor Iy
byC. I. HOOD & CO., Apotheca.ries, Lowell, 3LUS.
S100 Doses One Dollar
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Shvr Pllh

0 1MyLiver :
[ -san anti-bilious and almarl
Remedy are wonderful in their e1iects 1
| in freeing the syemin of biliousmem
S and malaria. No one living in
O Malarial Regions
S koslid be without them. Their ume
Prevents attacks of cehills ad fever,
1 m dumb'agne_, bilious colic, and gives 0
S the system strength to resist all the
S evils ofai unhealthy and impure at-*
xmosplere. Elegantly gar-coated.
Price, 5.25 Office,39 Park Pce,% N. Y.
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Poke Boot andPotamium is.the greatest
blood purifier of the age. It -cures all
Bloodand Skin Diseases, Primary, Sec-
ondary, and Tertiary Syphilis where
all other remedies faiL P. P P.,
Priekly Ash

and Potassium will cure Syphilis,
hematism. Scrofula, Syphilitic Rhea-
matism,Malaria,01d Scres, Blood Poison
andDyspepsia. If your head aches and
-vrn -r ranot cof -nirits, takeP. P. P.. 2

West _ide Square, GAINE-V-ILLE, FLORIMA -. J
Coiimi sion : HMeAeDhantU I




Prickly Ashj'Poke Root, aLA --
I: p -, '- : _-- 19 We-t Front Street,

ForaTiredF-1 Fe... D irU rJtt
tress after Eatin;., 1 5-': s.a, ii-:s i 0
the Back, Heata.chcs -:J-:- ev-ous.Pros- Our Oran ge Packi
tration and D d it-y-h_ :-lWeakne.zs Li Ou Or . --
yield readily to P. P.-P- For -IeQiceSS- T)iw IL (IT. M. <
ness, Exhaustion anrd 3lA!aria use P.P.P. 1) R. _

Catarrh and a Shattered Constution, T E 1IR i
iboth male and female, nothing better Of G i
than P.P. P. of 413-F~LI e 1

____-___ "___.___ --______ Capital
-- -Surplus and Undivid I r
Sladies bwhosesystems are poisoned and Does excmlively a banking bus
whose blood is in an impure condition, state. .Slicits the accounts o
due to Menstrual Irregularities, are Intere t allowedby special amrr
I peculiarly benefited by the wonderful July 12 lS}l-dlawlv
ta ic and blood-cleansing properties of _6
P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and -r----_- ~
Potassium, the greatest cure known for B. P-. JlORP.D AN

S dixsese mof -the

XAPPMAIN BOs,, Proprietors,
SAVANNAH, .General

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Wholesale and Retail

- --tas b ".t
R eal Estate brought

:servriye i craui.4wmwa thebu-ine-; in 3 i- 0I" OUc1 e r i e S fuily ateinh-'elto. All
mout 'place the same in ourhia
Before the Say= nah News can mount j tfl BOS. P---'-'-- -- :. -
,,tbe Geoa platform it will have to rub Drggts, Lppaa' Blck. SAVAMI -. -. O
out several ponderous editorials aganztE
*free and unlimited coiage of silver."!- ---- 1 1K A
Pen itentiallIt- may ocsl"-allybe- -1nder and by virtue of an exIecution i s- "-.
come neessary to "eat crow, but it is- Cireut of F-lorida. i md for G C I '
*AAachu o m. Alnb unty, Florida, whb ein
-o d" al - the"ame.Jams Fron -i plaintiff and R Ad G A.. V LL.. R Wl A
':rurniar !- det.-ndant- I h-ave levie-d upon -and 1
.:--------.. .-- .---'iarQ-def-m~ntI h~v-l.vid npon~ndi GAIN -ESVILLE, FLORIDA. WH-lliSAl
will .; i7 at, ubwii outcry to aine highest bid-I Nov. 2L, ds uwAz'*^^-ad
The Bartow Press says: The Asso- -derrth.h'f.,r. for:-A.h, bprore the-curt hou.e ___________"__ _-- -.--.-..
ae o Pr _.. te m it.will oor .thtecityf. Gaint-.vl.le.s aid county
ctel lorm Presbfter~n'church i tlane., iln MoVday.the8th-day of June.-
soon be completed. The ahitecture6 i. the amcbin_-i day b e- OWL LL YD b e-
beaufifulin d- i$a and is. being" well: ........ "^ ....... "- "on Rf TPi1W W J n A P n f
executedL The position is excellent, the eS- v % PR. A..-,, C-:, I- lAuth, .
view issplendidand altogetherprer-peno vts-. -... o.-alh v acti-al method of.4p byth _
animposing appearance. The church satd.- -- I-' ------- 4 rjr-and ad-, . i--
" -, ""-l'e- "... .. d-,:' .. : leanilng cnt lothiner an( :hppn
isto be congratulated-on thesu4 of Ii---- ...:Zc: eangn gents nothingg and .sippin-N. 171.
-the eu- .i nO 14.se . ( n Can al--ure ti tu isat ..
Pa ;d ...... .... ... ... h o .ol. R ETU
,,---.-- i .,.,- -.... '^ .-^ ., t faction. D )yein g and celan-
with IOC-AI.-. A1MI.Pi NVIIN-. A : : "- _-.
tfev cannot r- : hi. I- i. .w .1 -- -_'. : - -,: ... - -
wsae. 4 star-rh 6i-a 1.h I'd k-1 et-'--
Ivit- h eav t h -'i'-, r ', ; - - .. -... .. .- '.
,,ou, hav 'i= : t1, ? t --1 ,:_. ~~t ,'ns--.: ,. 2 '- : :- -/.".. : ^.":'-..^-:?:'.=:' _ .. ^'^ '*.' *- *:*
bi r (it-art h i. prh- =- aic-'- : :r:i-- < *" -' -- .* " .. .- "

s i.t"ack mE-icin' : In- :''* '- -- -e- l- .: .', I .-
,byotie f the b, --' -. :T *-.b .t. p "-i ...-:_- I ... .. j
'auntry for r .ant- iI-- I- a t : r t M A
ecripton Ittfi"Sk1TL- -fm =.
nmflc$ knoun.. c~'ii--.- i'b "- "-^-^ .--,s ^^^-^ <1 1* "
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I ,od by drnzi.^s''--
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ug House at- Micanopy. Flu.

w-orvtd. Micanopy. Fla.


JOAIN J. BARR, t--Iet.

Al Ij~U-e"

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bu i f '-orner Liferl
irofits % u z2ewi- lrt
iness, with facilities equal to a
f Farmers, Merchants, Corpomratni,
ingemet.t. All bus-ineFstransacted promptly.
D. F. GRAHAM, Cashier.





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and sold; houses rented; taxe paid for non-resiqknts, md
on with all branches .. Ral Estate promptly and care
persons having property for sale or rent are solicited

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I^ -^n V w*aB .- r; 4

-Manager tor--



nd F ancy Groceries,

nd. Fcncy- -Groceries,

14gitteir aind (hee ,e OI lee!
AL. esA i-, Fi .4

D Goods Hats, Caps, Bootsand Shoes

F-A 1 N 1 -: 1 -T-". G-'rN'- f -i- '-F L

--~~~ -- -- --7 ... -. ..--- - -" -
minister largely and wholesomely to the M31iss Hattie Hart of Rochester, N. Y..,
more extended use of the silver coins who has been spending a pleasant w'
#ow idle in the treasury vaults. ter at -aples-on-the-Gut, uL-In^' ii.
The project isou" which deserves the Iherself by catching a giantic aw-fih
most earnest- and candid consideration. on the iSth of April. She w'- fijhii.j
It offers a plain road out of difficulties for shark when, she: caught t mo '.
from which no other safe exit- has been Miss Hattie had the prep nPee of mind
found by long and a(iwgent search. 1to take a hitch around a pst to play herb
S- fish, and with help ,ne succeeded ii,
BAKIN VERSUS MALLORt. landing him. 'z'he m -ai no way of de-
-- termiuinrg iti weAiit, but "t Mlet?.I'r-1d
If Col. Mallory intended to convey seventeen feet fron lip of saw to tip ff
the idea in the debate In the house, dur- tail.- Fort Ayers Press.
in -which the Republicans unmercifully ____:_
uryed him, that he stood on the plat- Savys the Star: Col. W. J. Barnett ofi
form of the absolute free--aders, Mr, Br aksville has consummated a sale or
Baskin is right in hisstrict'nres, barring e.xchfiange of lands for Hon. John F.
his misnse of the word "protection.' DUnn of Ocala and Maj. W. IL. Wil-
Bat we did not so understand-theyou'g choite otf Chattanooga. The amount in-
representative from the 1st district. The evolved was 272.000. Mr. Dunn tradedl
sum of his argument was that he.would property in Ocala and in-different phites
n6t ask of others what he .-would not |inmhiding orange groves, phosphate and
yield himself. He was asking for the I wild lands. Mr. Dunn pays a difference
importation of free raw material for the i in valuation of his Florida property and
benefit of manufacturers who were corn-1 tiat of Mr. Wilhoite of $56.000.
pelled by the exigencies of their busi- __-___
ne_ to buy from- fori cntri The commi-sioners of .DeSoto county
-%s ti) Wy from foreign counitries...
Neither .the. i ao -4 forgu have offered a reward of $500 for the
"Neither the importation. of forest
imoraio -* capture and conviction of the party or,
fruits orcottons stand on the same foot-1
fint s supis s of thes are fst- parties who murdered S. A. Sauls a few
isuppesofweeks ago at Zolfo. The also recommend
beyondthedemands for-home consump-Ite governor tolr a $1O reward.
ti. triff for revenue, and not d- It is hoped this will bring to justice the.
ree taxation to support the govern- perpetrator of the foul leed. -
mett, being the-system in operation, it' --_ -.-- _
is manifestly the correct principle to a .

'..O-iVd rJLIH U1 Lt: 1 I iUiC3LUL
he will not try to sell you
something "just as good."
Why do you want it? The
answer is in a book on CARE-
FUL LIVING ; we send it free.

-ScOTT & Bow Chemiss South sth Avenue,
New York.
Your druggiskeepsScots Einal.on of cod-liver
ol-all druggisseverywbere-do. i.
*. * * 4 -

Every one should use P. P. P.; nearly
every one needs a good medicine tc
purifv, vitalize, and enrich the b.lood.
r.- P. P.9 W U

ESTABL1 ^I'TL.D 1800. -
Sea Iland Cotton. EZvptian Sea Island Cotton. American and English Sea Iaa. -
Cotton Ba giinand Ready-made Bags, Bagging Twine. Crushed Cot- -7
ton Seed Fertilizer, Ginners' Supplies. Sea Island Cotton -:
Gins-English and American make. -
Second-hand Gins of all Kinds in Stock.- Cotton See
Bought in Large or Small Quantities. --

SAgencies throughout the States of: South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and at Provi.
deuce, R. 1., U. S. A., Liverpool and Manchester, England, and
Alexandria, Egypt.
Firm Offers lade by Letteo Wire n Contto Sample Seed or Lint, Forw in i |
-- "CORE^P0?I)EN3VCBE ^3L1CITE)I'-._j


1 E. BA] R D & CO.,

Hardware, Stoves, Mill Supplies, Paints, Oils, Glass,1
-Tinware and Household Goods. 4
S Are now receiving their Snireialties for the season.
REFRIGERATORS, Ice Cream FreezersGas,
Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
i Remember that we are doing all Kinadci of Tin and Plumbing Work.
Wes sie Suar. GINEVILE. LOR~i.-

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When you asl your gro- I A K E 1 -s
cer for Java, he does not G ainesville, FIorida -
offer you Maracaibo and say Dov a r er i Bnkim BMnz, buvy an-I sell Foreihn an l D:-mestic ExsehaW
S -Tie accounsf Banks. BaIke,. Corporations. Farmers, Merchants an -
it.is ,just as good" others re-eived on favorable terms. Spe-ial facilities for making
When you ask your drug- Coli-tionsonSn all a ce-i.ule points in the Uni-ted States. -
When for Scott's Emulsion of C Do
gist .for scott:s Emulsion of OT ON D EPA-RTM ENT



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