Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 1892
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01797
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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S WILLFINDTHESUN -
MRXAST EDIrHA IN GAINE-
_ VI-T E TO REACH THE PEOPLE. A. AL-w
Vr'KTI-EM yT IX ITS-COLUMS IS XONEY,
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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1892.


THE TRO E I- I HO ihe an entire block of reSidences. If ODDS AND ENDS. $
--f--n .ttfi ~u 1KU. "l-1 f then lifted ann1p:.d over the city in i ... I -
. . ...- ..-'_ :The bombeautyis bom betrth~edL..
-" :... " "" inorthleazte~rl Vd ireetion,-hurhing -dow na
--P O DERED T no!rheasterly direction, hurlngdown a He only invests wisely who invests in _. --tel-
fj. S. TROOPS ORDERED TO him-e here and tht-re. liggentLv y
W-RDNER. .J. Thescene of reate.t detrucionin Try borax water for removing stains "".
Sth t- e block east of So.uth Limestone street from the hanis.
is appalling, scarcely half a dozen Man is the head of .womanbut she rules
jIEsTRciriOC BY FLOODS AND FAMINE houses are left standing everything is .; him by her temper.
'n MISSISSippI-MOUNT .ET-A THREAT- utteriv aid hopeles:vly ruined. Plimpton. the inventor of roller skates, .
-J' KISG-.POWDER .EXPLOSION-LOSS OF The destruction here did not oejipy :made over $L0,000. t) H
LIFE BY RAIL AN D WATER. Wash gildi. with water in Which ant
thieeA nnuts and t'.e lo rorconinued. ii ( watrin wic
: . R. oinhas been boiled, and. dry with a soft
WARDSERI, Ida., June 14.-Outwardly to a locality where the greatest destruc-, cloth. b bold dr wt a
all is quiet bere, but it is the -quiet of tio')iiieastof South Limestone treeI, .A Tustin (CaL) bootblack hasgiven $3.50 1
determination and desperation. The i w here everything for two blocks square for a barrel of flour for the Russian saf | l
strikers had a-davof uninterrupted vie-!is a ma-ssof ruins, twenty residencesat T
-e-;"least n-eThree new markings have--been disoovfh lne
tory. They had-only to demand and re- least being totally destroyed. I Treentewmarinaveeteni neo It."
ceive, ind, as a result, they are in corn- Thirteen serious casual ties were re- -= L w .
plete possessionof the mines and- mills ported, of l.icih four are probably fa- Artificial grass for thegrounds of sea- & th meltlodandiesltSi when
01 Btnker Hill, Sullivan and Sierre Ne-l nl. side cottages is one of the industries of wSyrpf i-Bistaken;it peasant_
wada Miningom~umes. T SNA STILL AFLAME.> ane\ iota
The non- tnion men haTe been driven i The average speed of elevators in office gently yet rmp nthyeKidneys,
out of -the country, and" the me-n, ren- Rouv July 14.--Mount ./na, the ui ld s inm."s and. aound New York i i_ e nd welbdige.naes Ne sYyr--
Ro mE, "a}l 1 M nt M t" e|nN Y sSO..
^^, ^ ^^^h,\h. itn~ ^lc ad lebrmted volca-no on the Aeastern seAa-j! ,,- ,. , t=B f~aT lpesClS e
dered desperate-by the long strike and e rtd Volcano on the eastern sea- feet a mi.te. .- -.,% he-
Make the most of the privilege of being cures hbu
flushed with victory, are talking onfi- hoird of Sc'ly. v. agi in eruption suffering mortal who ofSgs cfor; in. -. .an"- ld.
-A IdIthe -di-.*liaige of blazing lava is ;'ca&- W(. Pi
dentIlvyof meeting the military- and re- n the discae f blazing lava is your presence. Of 1 e
or troops and fighting them with tle -"nstantly increa-Ig in volume. 'r The gourmets of anciet Rome were kind ever pro
U l~ r tro o s -a d fi g t in th e m -.w th r te T h e g o u r m ets--- -o rit R o m e ...wet.--
ife -nd dynamite. There are two cities, Calenia and Aci very fond of grasshoppers roasted to a dC d, piigO h tte an a.O
rRfe an.yeait. .- Rale and sixty-three villaes on the golden yellow. ptab to t.l stomach, prompt in
Armedomnfathered. on the-hjlrana 1 tzntainl and thepeople living One of the advantages of the summer, Itsat a trly bel its
in the canyons surrounding Wardnr. n-.ear is yohe o- a. only from the mst
They came down from Walle on flat the crater are fleeing for their live. retrn the mig. i ,s--bsta-ces,-its f I F[
.and.-...GU.POWDER MIL EX.LODe.S. it
cars and hand-cars, and helped them- a G sPaEH M" L EXPLOE o The SainIwerSimoonisahotsnffocat.tyneeellen tquairtiescommendit
seve t haevr hy icde n he~ PRING FIELD, 0-, July -14.-'I*he Gov- hng- wind which- occasionally blows-in .W.- ant
selves to whatever they needed in the IM--ro ', elyi-I7" ov- M A a."- n ai -
way of rasportation. They ben the rrnent Statio pow er illblew up, Africa and Arabi P ar r my teai ei
day's program by marching veral r r ke d eSerpentine and tookasmuch interest as a yrupofFigS IS for sale in s Do a Genera Bankini
hundred strong upon the.- Bunker Hlill k" child in their safety.. bottl,' by all leading -ruggist The accounts of]
and Sullivan mines, threatening Supt. FRICK HAS HIS BACK UP. The rst typesetting machine was pat-! Ay reiae druggist whomay not oters receive
S.Cment wth -destrution Of the PITTS-BUR;. Pa.. July 14.-Manner ented in England by Dr. William Church. lave it on hand wiln pro it1 Coe
ho le proertyunle s h surrender Fri-k was notified yesterday morning of Connecticut, in 1822. for any one o
thoe: poerts, y d "seharg- hV no^- n that unlest he agreed to a conference Figer mar s may be removed from var- gO n t onlybythe VJj
thaonre-dFinger mars ma
tewith the leaders of. theta strikers orat nished furniture by rubbing well witha y by t1 heV
men and allowed them their own way. p nt very little sweet oil upon asoft rag. AII S t
Mi. Clement had no other alternative. te e 0o wof e oiant While some choice frait and other prod-- p zorsn GAL0
M e isnow loaded th -, d r a nd the employ of the company s works unets are canned in France, the bulk of S AN2 9 0 C
The itiis now loaded wi I:te and who have not been in the Home-. the world's supply comes from this coun- I OUSVrALL K Y.- W r YORK. M. i Sea Iand Cotton. E
ynamlte, and would be destroyed o a stead strike would quit work. Frick try. "-. ..- -Cotton Bagi ng
"-"-----. . "MASTER'S SALE. tonSe
inte's notice. refnsed to accede to the strikers request A bottomless bog exists in Mattawam- ____ -
The strikers also turned their keag. Me. Several bridgeshave t
to the property of the Sierra eNevada,' avernt el built uponit, buteach.iUt Ubrn .ehaseSorUdeaand-r vite-of _a-decree., of fore- S.o.n u
Everyhn is q uiet a:ut 1lomes-e-,d. The re .. -.-" m ~ ol mortgage, made and em-rlo ". Og
wothfik rul. .h e untlly tead e rm si t. bu the 1&6th day of June, A. D. I92. by Hun.
withp alikesres ultig qietllytreateadbfrm J..J. Finley,judge ofathe '- crult Court, of-!
Itirp rtthat a car. of damite troop are respectfully treated by the Splendid specimenof mic artojbe- I Finio Circuit C Bouo
striersis entto Cicao ib f Ida oFrida iTh- Jub dicial Uirciu i
-It is reported tt c .1- e- strikers. i sent to the Chicago exhibition from Idaho land for Alachua county, at Cmber in a Agencies throughout
las be Oen t down the railroad ts OF LIFE WILL B GREAT where the supply is said to be practically 1 certain cause there pendiv on thec r dee, I.
nasowu theo blwn 1FB inexhaustible. Mica Is to be used in the side of said court. wherein Caleb, Chase,,as idue, I.,
for te purpose of blowing p e ORIA Ill., J 14.-A tornadoes -t.o-b a usedint exec-utor of-ttbe Iat wi m and tewtamen of
t-lbrid ofthe railroad and preventing J I-, .J' 14.- A tornado daho building as a substitute for glass in 4 Joee o u hW. Coomra.wnereasedis eonplainant.
-lidges orot1ra loadn and re eont- struck Peoria Lake Wednesday night thewindow. "and Edaward A. Hawkins isdefedant, La Firm Oters lde b LJ
the troosfrom coming into the eoun- -________ Las
at special Masteerythihanber!, wilI sell ft~ub
he l 10otclokI, sweeping everything e- _""-"lie outcry, before theeeourt bouse doorin i0
fore it. -t Itpctti 0 'cocsweepimgteverthaeinght b es-'.Cnxu etecut do.I
ty.Te miners epece so fore it. -It is estimated that eighty ve-- Cldren and the State. -thheiryof-Gainesville, in Alaehua county.
.e-hIarrison at 3 oclock Wednesday els been w ked and that the o i C eqire special legal pro te4 t.i...of lorida,- to the highestand-be" bid- .
-i_. .- *akeL& Aw ir 1--e2- -- t jllf ilf"i ,- --- rw- In multitudesof caSeS they .need to be pro A. beigelste day, be-eenthe -'
, t-116& w -. - l _. e, -'- ria --i--- K< f,-r-_t_ Io -o- -t e 'A-. D hb fe d .o betw deen I "
aftenoo a of d- tained that eighteen lives were lost out.1 do not wholly belong. They have ,right- Po.ts. ..,e.. tret or
mlThe miners ave sent ot a car t of forty excursionists on the steamer of their own-- right to proper .caea d pari ofland, stuatedly ing and bing In
m ndarmedmen v Frances Folsom. Nine bodies have od treatment, to education and adequate i a so lsto -wit at
is up oe ,'t -ti t h . . .. 't. ..- and decri bed as follows, uto-wlt The-east
wn tis d been already recovered. Searching These rights e of children a on dha. a laothe-acountyt ae o o .e dkon
-- ..li7'-sentgfronmFt.,rShermanle imposeton -er trlfwenft-e..1).t._Ln iparte oetio-
thir nY-one zl i In twnhp nine tCi), suth
parties alibg the lake looking parents corresponding obligations. Such *of rano nifetniSeast contngetghty
xeitmewent here is intense, many ex- fo bodies.obligationls are violated when children are m- ^ nt's of 1 u. more oriss -
aertedsorie beingcirunlated. .f CRASHED i O A PICNIC made t beggars; when they are t Togethr with alland singular thtene-
m a d e h e n t e y 8 s h u t m e n t s b e r e d i t a ma e n t s a n a pp u r t~ e n a n e s
'"C R ASH E D INrT O A P IC N IC P A itT y u n f c o i s h t e 't n i
trizig S up in fatories- to the stunting of bth.j tIhe3samebelongingorInanYwtmsea rtapn-- ra
tho-ght, for thepnrpOpai t-rro MIDDLrTOWX, X. y.. July 14.- While physical and mental growth; when they- a itg. --aid property -. to ben-an .c
istin nd of. entire " w:meru t he property-40 Crort to bde sldt as
tmo citensand neatir the real a picnic party consisting of nine New are surrounded by ruinous home ini- rses-rt o ltd saI l -Tne rdtt
3~eents of the stnkers. Workers in a wagon were attempting wihen for an Imrpoe, they are de- each, _. A..o REFRIG I
chonleld. having received in- iYorkersin a wagon were attemptingo privodof ix, u orpt. "" -pel-al Mater i Chancery..
feratIop that the situation in theCoeur eros tW e railroad tracks near the s were ue them in any way for their own ___r tht iwe
ae Wednesday onin..they were minngbistict -of-Id-hoewas--r-nt-t e
diAlnemiSin afeirt of u dh w into by a train andfive 04 the party in- The satealso has rights int tehilde. MASTER'S SALE.
swnoe seiofs than at first up has l trille. -?S They are its only hope. its ftuwrapport, "
"y anl ile.defense and glory. Lunthem are possbi]Li- iUnder and hr virtue of a- d tere of fore-.
ordered ten more companies of inatysuu ^f ^.^^" orb-^^eadh itefadc ff^ _________
ordereu Ivnmreu e ai _.-_f ihene ofantrY .- THE KITE S IL ties of future scholarship, stateranaipn p eiosure orinorig,iadc i d andrendere on I--
and oIe troop 0( eofaalry to the-sene of -ST. JoHns, N. F..- r July 14.-The J generalhip and invalhableserviof every tjie rth idayofJane, A."I., l-,. byHn.J. Jn r .. GR AAM,
the^,M trouble. .' -kindL What &las to ourland ha the Finry.Judg of theCircuit ourt o Florida
S1steamer Kite, which contains the Peatv pa1 nts To, Goe Washingtn, Aah Fifth-Judicial (ircit. i and for Alah-bu
_LOODA^DF vAM.. -. Relief party left yesterday on its mis- | Lincoln. General Grant or Ciara.Banoa tpeuidlnionthre hanc-ryide of said court! jI jIMI
o Miss.,_July -4.Devas- tson. All the members from Professor blighted the pomibilitiesof theiroping where Caleb Ahas, aeninrorttw i-it 1 1
W tr oS ^ uy M w a .. ,i ^ r^ rI, 1.^ T^ k ^ ^ wil a~ral- et ^ o~ ef a -J- W..- -:o~r I
'touan dli s the result of the Htrtel down are reported as well and What a Io t Fga d and thew a eeased, is emplainaat, and Robert H-I .A
tatlon and distress stersHo e. .-v ~ ek^teP si F lorewnce Xihtaaswll t~a le.taB~Maeut OfwJoseh Wtf. aobre O,
great floidsceausby the unprecedent-,hearty as when they arrived last -week b jth s b '- hdeteadwntai, Lj .epOfiMar0e,
glrealnsf-rJ pwu .wee Th r ^ i*jfrom New York. All are now hopeful Itmhvs bligwhtd Id- -.... dawtS, a se ^'- -beie the crt
or ris psetweek. The rins -pe ma no.. alay be t.--- how -- i ,e ,the e-t ,fiiinsvl. e t, ICapital
.till tu. The -_^. T i hasi thItte Pearypartywill be safely res- tii#e t- e pret t^he rightsi 0I^^f Aiachu, -tatef-tt.
ItiBl eo~ltnU e- :I-_e lore ._._e n_ "__"__ ____ ." !thedcildanaits own rightshath iem and et.blWder-th<.nondMarY.the l Surplus and Un,
left-its bantks, t e& ontuT fafltdrI r. Vn Pe l -.u-r etilo ( Cr4i .ii tF1.! ut oift othbligaion. m ? of A... le, al aslea
"- --... day -:" twee t h~W.Eiie t~leas 14i h our thIe.I OI


-- Itm- owinofnne,'-.o.s.. us "-"a
destroy ing thousands of acres ne Meteor, went to a drug Atore at -I1i, .- -Do -siy t
vrn1iZ All m foowing &deserld p"'rmtracti
^tto and w a~and sweeping away all Ill;dale Iowa.ant-the ph ian- themtbyemtilng tby
- e~very-cidsal ealwdto st en
the brwies em-- .ted-sinc the April in attendanme--to- ive-htiu a deof i up a I. .-eua evntv. e Pwlto I-nlrt-estalowe b
.-_ s.= ..ry.l the otton ti 1,- something for chincolera morbrs and Tlh-aoe-.f seCtwenTy-OC21In
goo&. the--- "-Innes of theIn bowelse le ss: etits laws respecting child laborwadpa tAl townshlp ni w. thu I range tneten .ly 12 19-ay
ofth-e bow'. entalnin ,tIe' huni. and
tion Is a toal loss. The thercrops fare i muS ch better the next morning thst I cit.. Un. .tain twen.- e.. ofland, more or *a. Tterhr ---f
justbad. e damage will not fall conmcluded to call on the physician and' ee.itdoesnt hesitaxetotake the ehild alldand n arsthbtencebta.km:
os o :--"'-* _.. t hm~to u fi p me u a supply- 4f the from ith parents and put it in charge of dtetndi a tothe b-
Sho of ,0. g Itsurprip afhe other et, berr ualied adia ilonfnft,or Inanywime appertanilne-
.A. -. ; : ._ < _-_ n t.. ver m. inedicine. I was surprised- when he voVt's" ;.. - To4ti"d. .. tt. p. oprty of *aidl 4f.eon-
Hundreds of families are t eit tI ile
" e "handed me a Wbottle of Chamberlain' u -s COwapsali danL. abert H- Hawkinst. to awt-y aid
. "decree.-fees and cost. Terms= eash.
of starvation and appeals for help are ioc, Chotera and Diarrh-a Remedy. Jad. SeMO
coming in almost hourly. An urgent l He said he pirescribed it reIularly in hi..- W.h.en Gloe Are ?iot WArei. h t- pMtal Maitr i bat'"r. -
appeal as come in-trom Waverlv, five Lpractice and found it zhe bL,-t he cou N!W No -matter how oftn we are told or hoa W HAMPt, o .s
.i. eat where four thousand -acres- or prepare. I can titifv to its 'effi-. well we-know ourselves that it-iashd-formn ... L-- GAINESVILLE,
I t" cencv in my came at all events." For to go wiUt out gloves, the tempia "-ein oi
_of croq are ader water. Manyhbu. .ale by all druui-.wS.J" im, o grmt. eeiaily now. that N .
have beea wadhed away, a'd the w- - -. we forget all about it and go aretanded l 0 L 2
groesiare starving- NearlV a, carload of- arpnterb, th- nam f M I "n-to Ar d wt w-- twe once.g-t t- rS+aIlo
Power' -fi-i1i rm-f- rn P. J--roftz4-a hvuse -v, r nvrt h
provisions were Shipped at once. EI-ti. Moiz-.-. Ioa. a,! suataiened e .waver. .
Ctayh county will suffer almost atotal painhhful an. -.rb" irwih Oe b, te f'h-t pe -e b h msi of eorent u.onJt ty ta- r e F rtlr.
losofcrosthi ar. -which he 1w.rid withtine bottrlf- ftahaml- -Thcrefoilt5hroves totAke" S
ios- of -croqf this rear. em "f
SIn Noxubee cuaty thepcr.- : were -- t
iauer-th-an known iteTs, but the Ae-c- 4a :, by p> wt- w.da. -
tractioU there i grea .as here. " h_-W,,.-ve sb .- SOFT PHOSPHATE
Between Brooksvite aid Warbh>, :, .... .. .. 7i

sevetitv-tHv'e tnulisand for Villei t-- a'h
- side of the Mob-ie an- Ohio, i-:ra-,
the-cotton is entirely drowned ,M:t ao !
onlr the tops. of corn e an be 4'.. :
Appeal' t^r h.-i' I$< ti-e -^v^.
people _um<- n hr'y. an4 a.. -

thier. rii i-n and wat:U -c -
at'. asd -1 growing ir wwse I -- f
tee:1t*c.. Hpm iI.1tb* -


th ct--i- awl f th-J.
rrx'i -snarr'* yo.- r. -
Srat~i~tr2iaf, 0,, Jit U;-The ins:s_
derrucdeticre -ad4 wih-ic ev*-r -r* ?^
- u* e :'~~on of tbe; ,ou'ii~r 'zru.. rtz-s
uiotbtesterti |laru of th~e ilt;? itht ri--
idet poertin. reserdasr maur iug aI -1
od.c~tck. and compleley demosi^aed
- about thirty r i'ea aslnd partla!y


ruiiid over a hundred ame.


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Finding it impractable at this time
to make the addition to our stcre we
intended, we find ourselves in a dulem"
n arranging for rom to displa-y the
new Fall and Winter stock wben it ar-
ive?-. It is our intention now to bring
mn this Fall the largest and best line of
.oods ever broughtto this county and
to 40o this We must have room to put
hem. We have therefore determined
o
-^C.IT THE ROPE--

aod let the price drop S the wee
iorce and make a price on every article
hat will certainly move the goods.
Come and get the greatest bargains
'er offered in Dry Goods at
MRS WEILSO'S.


IOTU[T^ON & O.I
ieAE "S.
lie, Florida.
g Business. buy and sell Foreign and Domestic Exchaaup .
Banks. Bankers, Cortwrations. Farmers Mreltant and
4 on favorable termi-. Spelal facilities for making
ons on all acesi,.de j-inlts in the United Stale&.

)N DEPARTMENT,
J&^TARIBIII~-HD18O ^.
DIEALERi $l
yptian Se.a sh-ui Cotton, Amerian and lnglih Sea IsasA
: audi Ready-made Bai-, Bag. n TnwIne, Crus Cet-
Fertilizer. Gintwer&. Si pplies, Sea slanl d Cottan
43in--English and American make.
ins of all Kinds in Stock. Cotton S .
rhtin Large or Small Quantities.
the State- oofSouth CaroHli. Georgia. Florkid and at P'rcm-
U. S. A.. Liverpool and Mancbeser, .ngland-, and
Alexandria, Egypt-
lter of wirn tis Smpm, Si UmtwM iia.

T- .J- .... .. RI N E -. E... ,

BAIRD & GO., 0
m ill. .
THE LIADER8 li -

, MifI Supplies, Naifh Oils, 6as, ilau
mnwMre and Household Goods.
w rceivlng their sp.claltif tar the AMin
SRATORS, lee Cream Freezers. Gwoh
Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
are doi&g ll -Jila of TI and P e ad B ifWork.
BAIRD U w. &
West aid. 4 q uarc. GA IKEasV Z IL VL IWI..


President.

RgT Ni


JOHN J. DARR. Vice-llrd-..


ITIONAL


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;aines'vil le. Florida. -

.ivided profits $15,0
making bu'in<.i. with frllltde equal to aMy bnk I to
aicoues* 44 IiurmereF, Merchanaa. <,fpomlu *peci a lrr.Iwa..t. All bin tsuaictedi prmnpy.
D.F.G CaaAMnici.


L. KLEIN,
MANAGER FOR A. SHIFT-


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9-tti I ind Fc ncy Groceries,


aud iWelee on lee!

Al---A Fl ii-t or


,C[ASW&BE


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AI'D TIEAfh


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., 1h, JORDAN &"AMMONS,


GENERALNEB6BARDISEp

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C. C.DOKE, f GA]


Blrack>_ith & W-..- e Yt,
: Bepakrtiag a ypmcL..-'y.
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Real- Estatet Agn

LNESVILLE. FLORIDA.


T" n'" ' f- '-* f* -1- =.* "c i . .~ - .s - ~ i''i ~ H 'i l
the* bues*ea ist ?*gs t^->s wtitL kU. 'art&.-hi-r ^. B~s Yiirat Prooi4'y- frit ar
,..-.^ atz,*4sa1 t^. Ai. p.rwn hav..ng 1f~et pc~y t t-^ afr rrltf 1
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ADVOCATE, tabliUsahaed 1881.) Consodi-
kECORD, 1 ,S84 d't'd ApI
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O AVERUISE REW OSi
V A -ERVA-T, IF YOU TWANT TO SELL ANYT- .
STHIXT,. IF TO -AN-T TO ti AnrTy-
A THIN.. ADVERTISE I T S. A.
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THE DAILY 817-. publisheaL every mo-rn -
lUg, except Monday, delivered by carrier in
tectty,or mailedto any part of the-United
state. postage free, for $.00 a year, --$3 six
m ths, LI50 three months, or 0-eents for one
infm--rildvl n advance.
SBeading notices In local eiMumn 10 a cents
liasfor each and every insertion.
Bumss notices in Speeial Column one
amt& award for every lnsertb L
-Jaes Tor displayed ad vrtaements made
]ipLwn on application.-
AW Al A advertbdng bills become due after
II a a of advear meant, unless
erwise stipulated i contract. Parties not
known to us wll be required to pay for ad-
vertllangn advance.
THEVWEEKLY SBU, the edition of THE
- DAIY BTE&, is an 8-page -colmunn paper,
tmbli ahed every Thursday, and -contains all
the news of the week, Local, State and Gen-
-L lrts tihe best weekly paper published
in Florida, And-will be mailed, postage free,
toany Ipart-ofthe United States or Canada
for &O a vear-4n advance.
- Al remittances shouaie mane -y express
money order or registered letter, address
STIlE S U N,
GAINESVZLLE.Z FLORIDA.-

-ATIONAI. DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
-For Pre Alent:
GROVER CLEVELAND
.- of -New York.
For Yk#-President:
GENERAL A. E_ STEVENSON
of Illinois. -
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.

For Governor: -
HEIMY L. MITCHELL -
of Hll-sborough.
Judke Supreme Court:
B. FEYiNWICK TAYLOR'
of Alaehna.
For Secretary State:.
JOHN L. CRAWFORD
of Wakulla.
For Comptroller:
WILLIAM D. BLOX HAM
ofLeon.
Foir Attornoey-General:
WILLIAX I; LAMAR





Superitendent Public SehooIs.:

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- K--. S oI IAFrI. f H erla nd..
;. BL ACKWELL of Suwannee,





"-First~istrict
A. B- .MAXWELL of Esambia.






SeoTtOd N oAitriclt:ure:
W.N. ThO iaOd of a ssu -




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Any argument, however crotchety;
and any means, however questionable,
will be used to keep silver bullion do-
-emnciamtd-anl to atiamati-,-e thi silver


-i : -- -------- one east, containing thr,-e hundred and FOR CO'UNTX SUPERINTENDENT OF l**h III iI
--- -------- -twenty acres of land, more or less T,,gether w all and -in0la1 t e h i I UBI S HI IL--.
0iuswith all and sular. the tenements, heredi- PUBLIC s-WHOOL I. V3 1II U
THE SU is' hotly opposed to the de-! tamnentsand appurtenaneesto the same be- I respectfully announce myself a evnd-'_i- -___________
P ration of the- "dollar rof our dadls" longing orinanawwise appertaining. date for Superintendent of S --Iao Io To be sold as the property of said defen- chua county, subject to Eaction of the Denio- ForaTred Feeling, pureBlood, Dis-
circulating through the hands of their dant, to satisfy -said decree, fees -and costs. eratic party at the primaryM-rtfol. .s afoter ri L speis'aPa.in in
" ", _, ,. .- Terms cash. J.A.AMIM3ON-. ". THOMA- I
posterity, by changing, its present legal specalhl Mater in. Chancery. - WA- the Back. Headaches and .eroums Pros-
ttnSpecial Master in. Chancery. ; ____
finenem ana u -weight-. Tho*chie f in,.- W.W. Hampton, Complt'-Sol'. I res"eetfuliy-announe myself a ceandi- tration .ind Debility and Weakness el
-- lu Jn -<- a d d.tefor~upnt. endsntbof.t-tothe of ion a- yiel oreadilytoP. P. P. For Sleepless-
dents which make 412.5 grains of silver -- -".. ,-f-oua -i -- lkiucratic party at the primary _l__tioianu -_ _se_._.
worth 25.8 gr:ins of golM, is that the- SHERIFF'S ALE. M. iHOLLOEVAYd_ .!U 8.-


-- -"- -- I silver dollar bears the government -- I
ldollI. -- -i t n d.r--. f- eb a " i Under and byv.irtun of anexecution i.snedi
.: --- -- J -- - l-tamp, l leJ-, tender for debts and -re,- u hircit Court. Fourth Jkdi-ia! rir-
___________________ ~ '~-ii'P,1 omt of -the Circuit 4-or. F Urt wJial i Ir- '
-- -- -- -- deemable in gold. Neither silver or cult of Florida. jn and for the f
Third-partv men in Alachua county te e u ountyof Bradford and to me di- J,
.- p .. '-. old has a money fuint n until these reted I have levied upon and will sell oi .
who were once proud to call themselves i t a tt- 'nt it. in oher word, Monday. the 1.t dayv of August. A. D 1-.!- the
r - _ _.. .-, i i- o,= | lntedents &cn lt. in omer words, s ,m !-e being le a 'ale d ay. -fo. T-,-he Court
D.emoera-0i,-mus- nave lost, their _n ha&_ T ,tvo ll
Demots, m have lost ter the governmnentbv its fiat creates the hou-e doar in thl citV of "oaiTve utV '
a. well as theIr liberty when they. obli- value i o i in -Alaehua counemty. i !nTr:.a, -tthe hiht-st bid- ,:
- .u value or monet,- wether it be in oin 4 -r therefor for cn-h, bet.-sn the letil -fa
gA.ted themselves to imphlicitlyv obey all or..per- ',.l oI -i-- _t 7 ., 1 hours to.f the flowing dv-ewrib-- pr'o- ,-,
o - _-t f -- .- '- I h pofTl-- lrle outfKe market demand uertv iyu- ai: tThe W 1of tihe N 1 and NE ,
orders from the headquarters of Baki m fl ctuate the- vahie of mone.. but of NW1 o sectionn li townis-ip. rane a -
ale, C ,. a the Ei = fNW X and V-4 -N El. and ?o
4. CO. with thegoverit:nent creating its val- Nat, SE', of tion- town uship aqner ato
Wth rtn ilion, -o pt ontualeninemnnac.re_ ofland.-more orles. -
erten million ut of a pos- ue lspermanen.t iSaiud propeprt. levied upon an to-be c. -i as, 1
ll____wev__l___ofvtrsij the pr. psrty of Th'ma a. K-night2 to satvi.fy wo
Ule otaloftwelvemilions. -of voters i ex tion infvorof Jam-s L- raze-e and
ppoed to them, thebabv- Third party The emiaries of the Third pt i.ne-h, aidThom s -It.K-u i I.-1 ei
J... -"---hidiune t-h. -FYXN I
pretentiously -names itself .'The Pet-. have btied themselves in disseminating .hriff Alachna County Fla.i
plesPrty." -It's all name- nothing The falsehood that the Ocala demands- 'THE BE A-TIFUL --
- .-I t *1- -i ~e A ,Il <
"ore, were rejected from the p.i-itform of the-
-------r--:"-:- . Tampa convention. A leading Ali-l!-^"" lf ll'B rtl lflr
-Thri io --i.a'alled"l'e-inle'% nartt" ,O ....n ..- ,b .4-. e -,-.,;, ..m. i-.. ..a. ~ ILrR iRn0 -f -


-- ?." ...... ... ...... --* -- . :-- allr~ll~iu<, y i.7 t l.tv ili* IL&.* X i| i m- irrt_ g --
- in FlorHa-i is thelsaue biaitk-and-zn i mitt.-e on platform, and he state, that
Sepublican Oarty, paradise under 3a there was no proposal to the committee
new. captivating name, to deoy r U-l to accept the (fa)a demands and ineor-
p-tting lDioetraU into- itS cheme prate them into the Democratic plat-


for capturing county and -tate offers. form. xeverthele all of them were:;
--- admitted as wholesome Democrathi' IS
Whilein -o of the- northwes-tern ide?, exept those either noiOitltu- fi_
-stat the Atliancemenatl Mn i oerat 4thmtIal. or more hurden oame financially 1i
have united against their common ene- and detriiehtal to the relief sought bY- -
amy, the Republican party, it lo0ks very. the peole,-not erate. than the evils of "
queer to see Florida'*s fmwir Republi- legislation under which they already ; -
Otns ^coUtiaug with prominent AliI- rared. But the oniii-i-io of these WURTI 11 UUAES skart-t a
-anLCenmeto unite with them to-whipout-i 'topIn- andti hurtful d-mant I? mide - Qui t.
the Demcra.s. the pretext for fairly haring the Iha i-
-_---t_ ----' ar ci:rav with a breach of faith.I SOLID VESTiRr LETRAIN -threigh witb-
I h >P8d ewaitto have" *'- - ____ out dan a- ma 2 dS-t cMannectg o
'If the opreds.pitW' !O-_ in CE4T1AL LUNioN i*P oT.?r
their crts-w' g burdnts-ml ow4 by leg--.. ion ieewarel *,oo ,
is n in t2eir behalf tan air dy The red-- of- th paper ST. LOuIs
y_ WW see- t.eii .a -opportu ny top hdsee tat is
ept b voing wit Democcy e dreaded dteae theat cince ha s th W ad t through car ne for
help4t by. vedug *Utw Dlile=et 4ac o drvuded d*~ that _wifence h s,. ;az the w r -an 1hirtr urb car ':nes ror


FOR C .'UNTY- J DG'E.-
We are a nuthborized to-nnounc r the na-r-e
'ol. H. tG. Mason for the office of t',untv
dge of Alachua -ounty. szufj-t-to the a7-
n of the Demouor.tie primarit-vs.
ro theI-w-Deratic voters of :A.a-hnaeoun-
: -I announce ,Aiy --lf a cen-jfdaiTe- rr
inination for The tcfi,-e of I'-r r- 1u,-.
' Alachna -.unty and re-ip-ctfuiyi a.-k th*e
pport of the Denicncratic---arty in the p.ri-
ry 0-leet ion- If I rCeive Th1 noutii-i'in
d am elected to l he1 offlet I i.la1l (-1i avdnr
perform the duties faithfu'lv. Trprtn-ptiv
d conselentiousl!y. Z.T.TA YIiL -P,- S
Fhe manly frle-ndas ,f J1. W. Wi4eman
)u!d place. his name --fore th!be v<,tr. *-f
iaehua county fis on-e e-min4-Utly 'Ut-ed to
the office of County Judre. aut a- how--
,r. to the will if ithe -li-mnoc-wii- pr."ty.
MANY VOTE!l:?.
ht, byannounee my.e.f a dandidal.. for
*_or ion ,fthbc IlemiojN-ratf icsr hn pritt.-.rv
--tln Irit T. Y- - \v .-.
nre!f- unep -- --lf a -cia- =:.^ &:" tle.
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Catarrh and a Shattered Cousfituton,
both male and female, nothing better
thanP.P.P.


WHAT'S THE CTCouD or OPPOSI- Some tenderfoot may think THE S IiN r TN Im rNT' lItI .L W af lt I
_TIO. is too heat d in it denunciation of Ar1"JVFUAdE N i'w J ne i IS
t T 11-A li ..
UniedStte uli lnd fr the-maitain ad epart.'O iessi ontrdalvew;ary ~:.Avre ismdenftr will
Are yon fighting the Democracy-- Tbirdp y. On thi contrary THI Advertisements under this heading will
1. Bec.au ethey favor preservation of x acords to every man the right to be published from now until Doinmations
UnitedState publc mintain an! express hi l- plkide-al Views:- anre ade for $5.0(10 .
Umse~ taler s pb land for. cualJ1 1^ 110 ^ -^^ ^ A /S
eter l but THE SUx also has the right to attack STRICTLY IX- ADVANCE-- -
2 Beauese they favor the coinage and and call his views by right names. The it wll cost yoUjust asmc to annou\e.
2 Beuse they favor the coinaea nrhist has an abstra right to oair tUrcandidacy later on as will now, sojoin
., i i uarcn, -a n tract right-to -air 1 _a' frf~f=*^^~l"
maintenance of silver on the same legal basthe procession at once.
terms with goldti I his notions of government, but the anar- _____ __1__ __
3 Because they favor a graduated i bist is none the less the enemy of the FOR THE LEGISLATU--E.
Because the favoria order of raduankind. The Rep bl t the solicitationof numerous friends. I Dr. E. C. WzeT'S NISTK ASD BRA!! TREAT-
cme TAsal orderof anki T b-rebyannoune myself asa candidate for a a guaraneed specific r em-Dirzi-
4. Bemaue they favor the release of can has the right to speak, wrie. and te Lesature. pectful.. spa.rionr andt&e e s erliD
I. Because they favor the --release of ^ W. D. EVLNS. ilad arrous.Fotao.caubS heu
vote as he pleases; but from a Demo- of aohol or tobam, Wakeflne-s. Mental De.
proibitory taxation against mastateninUl
rohibiryise tic standpoint, e is an enemy of rte We, the many DeImocratie voters of A.a preAoSoftebningof theBrai, re-tingini-
banks atic standpoint, te Is an enemy of the inhnomnaonfor ep- nity and edintoier decay and death
banks hun county, place in nominution- for- p
Ianks? fundamental principles of the govern- tatives of onr count the names of ., L Preature Ol Baness, Loss of wr
5. Becusethey favor the repeal of the and B. J. Earle.- Feeling assured that inether-1nvolunLtary Ios and t ermatr.
S they favor the repeal of the ment he lives under, and of the interests theseare men upon whom all factions can ta, caused byover-exer imof the brainsef.
McKinley robber fb and rghts of the people So are the rmonie and if the people will endorse abe, or over-indulgemice. Each box cotansim
thistiket, these gentlemen ill he people. So athemake no onei montha'strstmt. $L0"abox, or sixmboxs
6. Because they oo partisan f Third partyites. Because the latter little-crifle toservethem. Thiss1ourAl- or$5usetbyiailprepadponreptofpri
eral interference in elections,. and de- .kanththece" I
eral interference elections, and d ave nothing but chimerical political iinee principal. "Let the office seek the WE CE SIX OX
nouieethe force bill? b Cc" any caan and eot tee man the.V orae." .VTEby. aeis
nuethe Xforce VbTER
niim measures and no principle to stand on,- MAorOTE ix boxe s. aWmpied, wth o 5-Qed whia
7. Because they favor. bringing, backdorsixboes, aomw aniedwrith n guaratwe will
7Beaue they favorbut are organizing todefeat, if they can, We are autorized to announce the name e.d the u terwtent gsnteetore-
the general government to the observ- the Deocrac parr, THE S fof Dr. .N.D. Cloud of eanille asa fund the monyif thetmet d o es not eet
ance.ofe,,.the .ir -T....".... recg- ,-andidate for the Legrh lature, subject to the a cure. Guaranteesisuedonly by
anee of eeonomny? II-Democratic.prima.i.s- MNTI-NONOFOLT DRUG STOR1E, Sl#Amit
8 Bfecausey te fao -" nizes their enmity, and meets iwit Demorati primaries. A3 OOOL DrGSTO .
ea y favor n leslation ch less heat tian there is in reserve At the solicitation pr m Demo- O la, Florida.
._~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ bea -tha-n1muh th-ere t h slctaino-pomnn im
Justice to all 'Men., favoritim to none? h erats from different portions of-the county, I -
9- Because they are determined that to be xpended in the me ood workannounee myself a ndidate for the egi.
-. a n "-t is t e eonstitntiorail privilege of THE lature, subject to the Demoratic primaries.
the twelve or fifteen thousands white to rh the foe of Democracy LaCrosse, F-a. W. M. BLITCH. ai
voting majority of this state shall be ________. I-take this method of announeing myself aL
a c knowld candidate for the Legislature from Alachua
aeknowledged.ruler?--rk
10. Because they are opposed to the F the siousand poisonous in-iA J..KLLY..D.
Rey a t w d l uence, on the political interests of on'1 Windsor, Fla.
Republioan party, all its wretched leg- i - -
Sstate, of the -sextuple junta, Bakin, At the solicitation of friends from every
station and all its wicked designs? ateo te ion o the county, I announ y -eIf
Answr. Mann, Weeks, Llaivev, Cessna and candidate for the Legislature from Alachlina
Answe r dliv r oo r county, subject-to the Democratic prim:i.r-: *
__Go__ _s, veru L-Respectfully, : McCRFARYk.
con w making fair headway 1 The many friends of Hon. RL H. Hall here-
congress is now f ai by announce him as a candidate for l he -
with business, both in the direction- of t E 1 PE nomination at the printaries of ie I-tio-e -
economical appropriations and remedial I E1 IfS. O Uatle party for member of the n'exit I-ii?-
tolaure -eknowMr.-Hall as a &rue andj .-
etarosa. c e P i in what shapl or l howl standing,.-provided.. -X INy19t1 -
legisation. -Againsttb itrri! o vr n h hsbodr-ae ^^^6^ ^ ^ ^ '.omtt tried friend of Zhe peo AN. : I) i ^^ S tlj '^
detnt Harrison stands conmm-red and wil- Dnoneof the vital organs hSave been so faria- -
- --- .... --i -pared to r ndcr a cure impossible. S..S. S FOR COUNTY SURVEYO -.
Thew all reformnatory- bills to i il
ew all reormator il o pieces wih -oes to aee ro -f the disease,and remo te;, repectfuv announce mrnvself a candi-
" t .. .. - 1 respectfully announce
his little veto hatchet. ausebyexl thep nrnte Y and aeft rCountyRurveyorOf Alachua eoun- ..
atthesametimneis a tonietotb ethe e ste.- u.e- tot..he-,tion of the. Demoer,-ic liPAJIS, lt.,
H_________ __ l However bad your ease may be, there is -hope r nar election. JW. PATTOM N ggists. Lippman'S Block.' SAYAXNAI. G.
Reenitly, Gov. Mitchell was in Pen- FO R YOU. FOR TAX COLIX.TOR. -i -. -- ..
saeola, where he met an enthusiastic re- Cured me of a most malignant type i After persistent entreaties from numerolsng ; .?J' "
f- r .it -z. e ,. T. h eiir of chronic blood trouble, for which friends from all parts of- te county, I here- 7
ception from its citizens, aheir musical ihad used varioms other remedies bv consent to make The rame for the nomi- -. :' .p ..-'. r. -t r .-.v .-; "
talent wai.s brhought out in ? a ilely- -ereI without effect. My weight increased, and my nation to the office of Tax Collector. -Asking -r >:>-z --:" .. -u.- '3..;
......nt ..... ... n .. el ee-health improved in everyway. IconsiderS.S.S. I the support of mv friends at the prnmaries. .t..";- ..-".erv X:ti W.-
nade, wbich drew a short speech out of tihe best tonic Iever used. I Very rspectfully, J.W.SMITH.. -";h'.l ri:-:.t:-. .-:.:
r ... "S. A. WR oIHT, Midway, Ga. f ...... . .- ."a--" -" *-" Y ?ta . 11
the governor, that was received with Treatise on blood, skin and eontagiom s blood Bv request of mv mnaay V friends I hereby:-.i-; ---ta-ra S iaroc.I LRr-.ae oxe.
rounds of app1lause.p poion mailed free. SWIFT SEECFIC CO. announce myself a candidate f- .r Tax Col- 7 &-e i'. e of e.,-x^
rounds of applause. { &t ant ? .... Q _. ......*' r .,.^-^; { -'iJ .ta, i~m- The .Vr.uint maraufiacturd orWy u
--I Atlanta- Ga. I lectr1 Subjectto the D[-mocratituprimaries-; .Uri.n i- ft n r i I
... | " .... .. .. r ..... -l; p, 0tHt5 C- "CH C M .-'.IBICAGO.,ILL
.- I solicit the support of all good Delnocrats,. j- C WT CO AN. CHICAO.
~H. J. SMITH, Isdand Gr~ove, Fla-.
The Democracy recognizes all the W lil FEMALE INSTITUTE, i r m and ia fo
__ . . ,l~ir~lrifl .... herehy annonneemvstel candidate for; 'H^-T
growing evils inflicted upon farmers andi LULLIflA Staunton, Virginia I the oice of Tax Collector of- ao Y, A teu a %h Icount
wori-nnuien bv Rpblnh~ican legislation, Set ....1). On i subject to the action of the Deminocratic p rty i l V J
.......a -. ,.. ... e -a I Opens Sept.. 181 One of the a mo.t .at the primaries. -IL t.CATO. : S
and every Democrat is determined to do!, thorough schools for Youn- La--dies "in the b ---
wha . a reov ts el, i South. Twenty-five teachers anat officers; FORTAX A.SSESSOR.. B .
what hecaa to remove those -evils, -for Conservatory Course in Music. One bun t ers" -sit t o y fri .n d..
-none of which is his arty -responsible -fdredand fifty-tw l)aling pupils from nd withea full sest s olicitation of nsibi!n ie. -
o1 twenty states. Cs u arlIyeXCelled- peand with a ful lLJB oLS
. ,- . %.. { ~weny sL es-.;inla-J L el-~i~. "li the office Iannounce Aiy.se'f a -eandji- at-e- "- '--
The Democratic party has fought against inducements to persons at a distance. Those of the,'e anouc iy' a o
." t.i lte best school for the lowetnr te orTaxAssessort, filing trhat my k ow- ede.
this disastrous Republican mi nrile. It'! tseekiogthe bets f the tot erm ho ofthe dutiesof the oflice and myo equntin P l
write for Catalogue of- this time-ho . .ored -.....e. _.. .... ....P.;. nearly
.. . - . t n e e u o t + >i ;.l e with the different -eci on <*flh- > 3 _ -
will eontidnue the war until it brings- in trhoo t Prid T ta -ienable merp f fh every one nc se. a .-ood medicine tc
Wmn. A. LAIMRIS, ID.I-. Staunton Vir try, will-enable me. -feleeted, totil the po e oadc
. f i.h1e l
the era of reform and relief. Itisthe - siion acceptably to the ren r .- party. Flvit-aiz-, mch the bloui
FRL-NK P. E p. p. p.
duty-of every farmer and working man MASTER'S SALE. j_________________________
.ths.ea_ i -To the. Democratic voters of AiaeLha
to help the Democracy win this geatrtu of a decree of fore county: I announce my-self -ix-andid-^e n r-
no Under 'and byvirtneof a deee Of fore-tlmination to the ofiPe. of T.,x As-s;. B
victorv. qlosure ot ad^?^
eclosureof mortgagenmade and render", on subject to the approval-of the Ibe nocraliL
iire. t h-th tday of M.ay, A -i- 1'-i, by Hon. J J. Pnmaryelectio. L. M. BELL J ____t__the
Finley, Judge of theCir-uit Cou-t of Florida ke
A] aia chl*l i.n. the financial .t 5 th J udieiaI circuitn in and for Alaehua wour-' The Demoera" i, voters-or Trenton do most : Pokeeio aa- dPotaam is the gets
Aradial Change ia the financial Sys- ty. at chambers, in a certain cause there heartily recommend to the-.voteof la- blood puri%-. of t.ie age. It cures all
temof the federal ernmetending on he chancery sie o ai e county, thename of I) B. St. Clair us ; it^ D Prim ySeo-
wherein Sallie C. -iG)nzlez. by her n.xt ..man eminently qualified to fil the po.iii.'o* I'l.'-aE- Di .-as. Priminy,
fefterted by the stubborn courage of iendrantk Gouazkz, and Fran i' hr nazlez -ofTax Aseorand ask your hearty-c-op -r- onda. ad Tertiary Syphilis where
herhussband,-arecoap!ainan.ts, and lHeker-i :-atioinin his behalf at the -omin_ priainrv a ll oiler Ie=i-.l;'" ,f a.,;i P- P. p,
southern and western Democrats, now s. Thomas lsdefendanr. I, as Special Masleri election. M- 1% TE.N-'o- \e" '-r. ,-f. iPi.. ,
or ler. The ond-holdrs nd mony -in chancery, will sell at public out-__ __________ ___ ____ X .-..5l'
or cater. -ene oonu-nolaers an. ney r.<'y before the court house dour in the ," " r i
trafieers of New York, New Engfland ,city of Gainesville. county of Alachu.'- FOR CJAERKOFCU T..I
Sand Europe- m t be ca-le t -a- halti State ofi1orida, to the _highest and best i To the flemokrats oT AtChua. couinfy I | |1
and .Urope mu-t be Call to a halt jl bidder therefor. on Mond-iy, the 1st day of1 hereby announce n]ysef as a csudidate f'r I iBi i
ter. sce to goer th f of Augttt. A. D, l?^ the same bein- leg--allealethe nomination o ieik ofthe Circuit Court
teda, sebeme to government nances ofj day. etwen the lesal hours of salethe fol- at the ensuing Democratic prhnaries. Here- ___B ____________B_
this country solely in their own inter. I lowing describe-i property, lo wit:i 'bybindini~myself to aide by antd support:^ >-.. ^a^kK
Thi cotmtry solely in heir own inter-I l |o-ifthefollowingdescried pieces, tracts te nominees ofthe Demortic party. S. anld Potassium will cure Syphis,
est. Providence saved the country, inr ; or parcels of land, situated, lying and being : limiting your support, I aim yoOr. trry, t ruly ScoaaiSp ]a he.-
spitef their powerby- gving it im- in Alachua county.SaIteot Florida. known' J.A. CARLFLE- anOldSoreaBloodPoisHon
-. ,t ,,. ,ic, y erd uj _ivin li and described as follows to- wit:
mense crop-for export in to- last sea- The west half, except the south west qaar-' I take this methodf announcin- my-eIf ai and Dlt ypeptia. Jfy-tir head ache3nd
son-w.-The tru rep-r i en e of the 1 of thn south westquarter- and the north candidate for Clerk of the trenit Court for} Tol are Out of spirit take P. P. P.,
son. l-he trusted representatives ot he | east quarter- of the north east quar- j Alchuaeounty,itubj-.ct to the action o, the i rick ly Ash, Poke Root, ai4
-ppnow have their part to perform. .-rr of section twenty-three (? -In Democratic primaries. HENRYC. DENTON. teyrsfldmers.-g--
peptt twle iluiu ar Ut~lr fow, ,-.on..hip nine 93 south, in rane twentyt-.


Office in HalPiday buildine. ,raNer
-nd LUniversity street. jun iwly.

SB.MISTH.
D>EImS,,


GAINESVILLE,


Office at Residence, corner of East Miat
and Church streets. davtf
'pVOBT. E.-DAVIS,

GAINESVIu,. FLA
SOfficeover Ballard & Wallace's Drugstm.
IB A. THRASHER.

GAINESVILLE, -- W
Office on MerhauleSt., between East iata
and West Main streets. Prompt attentti
to business. Apl-tf
H. STURGISS,--
S imonson's Old Opera House,
GAINESVIILE, FLL
Painter, Paper Hanger
and
House Decorat-.
Terms reasonable and i usiness promptly
attended to. Corespudence solicited ajn
estiniat; furnished free junetuidaim
C iINE-E LAUNDRY,

S JU YEE. Proprietor.
EAST MAIN STAELT

Gii work and satisfaction guarantee -
_- 1,ril ~-_2y


2AFanilyAffair
., ^Health for the Bay,
- '->~Plz~suze fur the Pareatt-.
New Lfe for the OL FoLBs.


^Hires









^^AR BAE
7 1
THE GREAT
"B' ^:bTEagPERANCE SBDR
y/ is-^ a ianfl affair-a requisite -
C> li of .Le lhmi A S5 2
'f !-age. z. Xes 5 .Kilmu ON
^_ ^A*T% cfferiectact bev-eruge.


; / -!"-,f-*- M.utxzatielshas^
-i~~~a tei Sgiit a iCOiyl~ii, -as

PARKER
E-HAIR -BALSAM
*Miand bmx&B^Sa tke fcoL "*-i
1w.r to its Toantbftl oac

00q
ePr Gftaw dal. it- -lte -
Weak L=Mg^ D&R*. lud ysi
plr Mir-"f C2Lx


-T -'-
A WELL CURED HAL.
Perhap- you don't take kindly, toimaim an
regular die*-t. bu'tberr re tam a, when olb-
i -g appeals so itrt*nly to tle taste, VWM
iig tsjquality is up to tht mark. Te to
a- munh difference bietwe-n the ham that
has he.-n '-r"T-Py r-irsr'l tt i the- ihham that
hhe-n't as tthf-r- i!, l;,.fii-, i ; .-;;x dn*iai
anda coniter;-ii. 4iu.-i a ir--i. an -.'he
othe*r-we-l. iw uthii:n-. :uud ian !.--d rnt" t
it. we- wvotId ik e ., 'N s -.b :-. -.-tHf- .4
intraducingl yo t iO T .i'u r hi- r l y;i*"
Thank us for the iutrsla'tu-ij.-

M[ERCHMT & DAItHlTEl,


GAINES.VILLE.-


ladies whose rtems ar e poisoned aId


whooe blood is inan impure condition,
due to Menstrual Irregularities, are
peculiarly benefited by the wonderful
tonic and bo-cleansing prortieof
P. P. P.,.Prickly Ash, Pokfe oot, and
Potassim, the. aest cure known foe
all diseasmof the


LIPPJXA O BBOS, Pr"prieto1w,
SAYAWNAM, - - GROBIA


OWEN LLOYD.


PRACTICAL DYER

My practical


T, ,


- r"'tU*iA


CULVEKUSL,


-I>i :A lI! aN-


Fine hiAND ]i tR.c "
A AN 1. TCT. .


GA rx 5RVJL.FL-w-


Tb-- l-p i-ee Voi4 trtaugnt B.eer t_, b_ bad
L /f i.RA R tfS3 "he1 f
mTi4 Ja trthjd ofit m we l -1f4A M-
methfod of The J ^. w a-


cleaning g1Lnts clothing and '
ye- ia]c, can a--ure vyiu isat i
isfaction. DIyeing and clean- S
ing garmenti entire. Only -
tailor naIde euilU. Bas'|nes,' D
-saqutm cloaks and rents


'clothing are
dved without


aw n i been able tcureinall.t tg ad!0h --- --
-Lae ici- .the only true peop's that s CaGutrrCT. H.1I C'IT Tirrh CureA G NTHWT i-
o yeicthei ou tw nly ptitise -cure- known v the o'' ..7 R -1] .... .. .
party, ga i hi tshe "mZr a.-id th edi=&-eat fra n arerairy. asrh being a ao S r ar -h -wt<-T, Frorift - t19fG W
wUlti fiti its I=j iA Whel behalf. i eo Xo-oa~ sK~ aB~ ieatuwut BIT^ ^'F^? Cartarrh-Cure AUF T O .S S ^ ^ ^ 2 ^ ^ ^ ^C q
0- atba patt-con @1will-d0 IL ~~~~~~-4ab*~~lv54.kIm
Is.r.-IE A S T
________ -_-_ is taken Inzernallv, acting iretlye~j npoA .^^.AV a~ad heaty C 05a-rari.4 ie la'si.-rta Itt c b
-tbe b'edad m ucos Surfaces of rhe EAST Osiaete rfeai1 rLK,
T paty asy na A em. thereby destroying the fimond- MANY. Itj LYS' GAfEHJ-
t>heir^^^ ih_ tient tavlding av to coop- pl EaV b ORw A S ^o t' '-r.-A
b p the mu w ch hase pri t veio ni h F vtC aA-aA.o Vsia t -Ises^4 I p ,n t' e i-axar-ae e-Lt-
woiL nor L
uee In almost ahbQuam eeow I btrol tb faithin it # eurative powers. thaH ty r L s1.2-J v
^ C4Wi catsfr tha thi-tny e! OaeOne Hu-drvd rlxUra for W- Eas Aiw?
MatitUiNitoturcire.Send.fik. doiuf TEXA- &-a -
lii*r,- kll bu w. ". ". __t -,- -i~ .t -F .. .. be&M Mefoae 9me t teL Men we-'A 71& i aacn<- -a Latot Me are a5sgde-1 -
me bire m tmtri r fand V Aadrff F.- t HE E & o ..... .... -- -
.- ... --: . .. -,_ _, __ .. *--- ,, "- c ! < --. --=' T-va iE-s.T-*>. -aP A T A t f--=' i-.s a ~- s' '-A.';-^. *- .?-&.* .- .t _-p .- -. -... ;- .. ... . ......^ ^- -Bo
iLC Ati S.p o W v^ ^ .t&t-vj. G. P0. &:4: A^- T. A^ ^ .' -^ ' -SrS


unitd at L'w u' itu-

- BM-m OmlW .-
_-D.ii booki -lLL


Cleaned &A U tA.
ripping rlinings,
ttt s and re- .-
neral. Ribbons


MAIN ST.
i' y ork e "lamM lec -r ag
BEL- -ttod--m--"
slee I* es t_" atA e ul 't _3. l
n- Ams -atp f WK tad as" wa

Omm am-wealf
^~I T~'c,! '
T a-. ttA t lea i fM a S "B 1
- E te !6ii tift ,-rth rlarmtw *it ^
L- e*
VLOTOP wi tt l ow
tGM5. Ji D zt*ijMW~


- FIORD&


GAINSVILIiE,


PROFE1.SAL cARM
\T-EHfOHES. ~--






















ome- LA.A m mD.,.

o ma.- tia"L -T.
w-o is o0feIs's ktbwou'mma mI
- bla.a~ehuagBwuodttt mpinawwk
OfB~ to2itaxK~itLe
wi ^_ ._ .AWAG T Ulkq


BBt Waonn giye -steep, and granactescSd


_W_
i Op' serl ye I base ,eiim 49d
| *gCpMborma,'mad jhsllalwayso ctieto
.n -tbai h noaria.bpr beneficia.
&IWINF. PABB3.EDt.l,
oeIsbftfrop,'Uth Strel and 7th Av.,
NewTYm Cwky.


*m 4~miiri ni i fi. Eimni Tlr T T nw Ym




-R AIL. IWAY It NI
RAILWAYE-..r


Aor Infant andChildren
...for Infants and Children. -


SCNEDULES OF. DAIL Ali J..J the pale cheek of the city child which a a few &dsts hadgiven ier-eie' |
-SCHEDULES OF DAILY NS IN few weeks' sunshine and pure air can give. ._ _________
EFFCTf JUNE 12th. 1892.- and now that his jealousy of the well --
Sdressed stranger has ceased, for almowt
rc-i. A" FLA. ~'~ SY-- -A ?d HnoAa 1. ALEY th- te first time -in his hard scramble fm a v
-Lvcfa e 630p Lv_______i__. ;________-..... __.__.. iving he looks upto notice an nbouded ,
B SL ....... ....... 72 3aaA Ataa. }8. _p 5a skyand around a diversity of landscape
Lv Waycrom.. so. p LT Waycross ... 9 "l5a Lv Adaa:a .10. -.. 1l :-? Surely this is no place for a smatter-of- T-
-L +- +p ......... H _ve p--- 036 A t~unca51 .j *O
m1ac=_.-. 4. -.: 5 4 A Cto 6111S1% fact business, but a vast pleasure ground -
p w hataooa B50p +w
LvMaeo- ........- 5 la LvMacona .....- .... 440p'Ar Knoxville .. - iapi10 l3lai for rest and recreation, and now he under- -
ArAtana. .-835a Ar Adiaata 145a standLsKoxile
JAr Admsa. ... .. Ar Atlantan........ apLv 8o- rri.o... 1(... la 145. stands in part the wise order of theCre 1
1 -AII I . Lv Atlaat---...;-- I SA Ma-mtstown. .. 9 30a:11 &aU. 3 rst a
-ArCbatamoog.. '. 7 A Cha taoa S6tArB+stol actor and the fierce struggle with om i-
S.LJrvCla oogaL.... a L7 Cttanooa 7 Ar Ro-oke --- T 00. )p tionheha been through. He i learningV
-3 2_ Ar B "rgmi_ 2-Ar Shenamhcahjc -. -510a! 915p a principle. a omeca
.... I ^ "Ar Washingo..... i'-:-- 7 4a ;1i -l1, Skv and landscape have a commercial --"--
i -I -Ar BaIto ..- .. I 8-a----a 7. Already the problem of the de- TE RIVER.
SY serted farms is being solved The dwelles
Arr Louisville.in
L~~m ...... no as~m battling+ -- .-) ..
I _U Ma^-..35 Ar~~i- e: n::. 7 jAr Phiade : i. II 25 4 J 2il; of cities axe buying them, _A a tatln _Mfe my sushae vued es
.- p Chan-ooga-.. .I Ar New York. I-" -..op 7 iR, grounnds with the agricultural west, but Lies mineown, ov y native land,
Ariemphis .--jA hldlha-O cte r aigtenta "ttln th~se. way e su ons.e utffand by can brez
l l .pi -...... 9 rmepMorristown -r m7--- 3 as pleasure ground _.But the farmer, the wt the waves from u.f and Ocean
..buf p Mam SeIpIs A -to sh1.......... 1 116p:.. ._. -- bone and sinew of- the land, whose pr I Breakinon its shinimmg sand;
-BIC. S 2 a6 Both trains carr- Pulnraa buffet tanic sternnessand smplicitymhave for two Countless lakes and windingrivrs.
-'- c ac e - - -+ sl e p r C -h att~ to N e w Y'o rk VIX Al o s -l o st- : - + in f
'0"I W ViMoJC JDesup Harrisburg. O r ce ntnries impre-s.Aus and been typified Almost ost in epths o green;
-H WiihingtrlKceC* Chattanooga a2so cares a sleeper :- by the acres of laud reclaimed from nature Fairest flowers entwine to crown her.
M- EXC NSM. TICKWT Washington via Shenandoah Ju+nc-o. and ineksr4 with miles of stone wal-- fori4da the Southern Queen.
.Maso. mtdoOt., t D. 0. R.- R., counecto w
fii S the "Royal Bluerne e^ what is to become of him? Honesty, hu- a a a i4
FM -sEasreva Faints Mility, simplicity, contentment and thrift re , leave
... aglow ai b", al-MIL-,e/~r- -h in hi "wblr is sy on orth~ern boatmen. ,eav your nivm+
--_- asawredias aat aya al-rl (a word wJih in his vocabulary is synonve F rost King bridges 'e
+ -, =arl., al~l~il~y S gets ilaroughoutFlorida or to mou'i withJma work) were his.principleS. 'H.e ,_ r t ra ready,
_._B WestBay Stre, Asor Block Jaek-sorvi!iit. F1'. a loZaHf erispt rmray
S ,T1'a. CHAS.XN.KIGHT A. G. P.A., Atlarta, Ga. " Howa man with at f our guhngoaf.
S-' "-" "' l 'g -^ -thl-fe ",-.-wilthfi my waters,
____ t,-o nve : Giitet.ng w*th rainbow hues.
-arw-ed you wi-des--ac-
..IfrLfas- o an exotic, and this fact can .. eee our widest fancy-
S F I -to be-importanas a bsis for Ali- Li oier-yours to choose.
^^^^ H N ^K 'VF' I-'L *Itr udmn .,Tefuture rural inhab, *
+. ^t 'e< Mnwene may eand y his .;er gw m and warmer.
.e Cflntl+- Lflt. even i-bogh his + V my s and full of mirth,
4eW-& arecovered with forestsu-a wL I . m-y-'p.z.ney enuld-
Of^ tbeUfittiii T111 Jim iV e ened
.... -- -- .... of the fii. -the arMs bf fair LakeWorth -
- ---Thest rk -uof fac-oy life, where a te, her sh-res ca..s.. =
ea m MoGM Mn ax Months without D'A e-e
....: .. ... m I ---- through thesuit kfSedrmr
Al *IU;4 Cain UM tlbAn in -tWeIv* 4d et~Idin~~~~


miner, re :! 4 IWY ndi Wtiv-er<, bea Y u FVa+
fire orI lctul lfe t&&tlt~ble~ itel Ththis Armavi4iiw-yo

wirw- WCLCZMJ %;CWJsor9, In [3 CELYJ -
V~aCley w-th Ws songVL, complete if
WE ap frOm destruction by re, or lectual life not at able in the country. opyof this song comp eteit
,.... cl l I s t w re.. I decimating the population of Maine mstc free with oer ad
^B lawyorace orimportace, do you get bids front several farms; bat th who have tasted coinformation COncerning JACKSONVILLE,
MBble ffiaU who has h-rd experience-and a gosod record. sweets can never entirely cease from long- ;TAMPA-and KEY WEST, SYSTEM of RAIL-
-aig to returnat. least for the summer, and WAYS and STEAMERS to al Forida
BI nAtheir .ottages, even of democratic Sim- Resorts. G. D. ACKERLY, G. P. A "
+-s- y w,. '.-uLplicity, are dotting hillside and valley with JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
-ltr. rtbyo t re Safes and V uanult increasing number. Certainly thishealt | ___. _-__ -... .
ts of Most c t-omem '- summer siesta, this lifegi-ing vacati Pk i
,- ur-I is sra -et npen "9Dtt hil M and in valley, is no mean produpi a22t" tier caetesi heet -or W+ i
e a ep n the Maine farm.-MaineCor. Boston CoTrn- ala "-
-,hlaV a.lrst-elaswrecord exte ding back near half a ce tury. monwealth.
- -you wish to considerthe Insuranee of or books and Papers froa destructiont i
---tCt_ | ATother Side of the Shopping Que"tion. 5
-Two men occupied a seat in an open car
IDJEB 'LDE -. SAF &.LOCK CO""-. dthe oIther morning, and as-they reached the -
W. H. BUTLER,. Agent, 79 Duan.e St., New York. shopping district, the car stopping at erv _
Aug sri~t wly _block todrop pamengersoneof themfree Time t5th c8
*' __ _his mind aftertheuAual mmaculine fashion:
Ar1Odd, isn't it, how women can shop all
d|ay and all the year round-?"
\ ,/ .7 I I__ i V T J i V i The other laughed.- "Yes. it would be.
-A onyou get usd to ithey all do it. E R G
Now, I go to my tailors twice a yearand 'IIS VLLI ME 41; 1 llS IMnd
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in / get aI want."
"So do V` said the other indulgently.
M - l- "hut then they like it and it takes them


. .. .. !ou t.?",
S-i The other acquiesced, and the subject.
-'-7- ^^ I - I -- *y V ^ thus satisfactorily settled, was dropped.
I~ RI ^ E 1 1 I 1 It probably never occurred to the'.e corn
-H = m i_- J plac.Ut mindsthat- a an's shoppingsaL
mol... oehill 6 the mountain eedd in a house-
Tinware, Mill Supplies, hold, and it is not believed that twice a
S ... year at his tailor's ataied either of these
U^Tj^ T1 Pwell dressed mtzHow about shirts, %hom
S..- _" X.^-.,. JL_ L jm.JL 3Jtu-^. and neckties. ham glov-es a= underwear?
EAST 5DE CORT HOtse SQU-ARE. GAINtESVILLE. FLORIA. Perhaps their wives 'shoppm"t-r -some of
: .,_ __- _ -.. these things. Certainly they d fr the
--'-.....--- .-. ------- -----chairs and carpelt s. the hangings and pic-
SII IA I I I HI P 0 T L I 1"7 ~t D tres, and all the things., littl* ad -big-
B-U D --A R L ING I FERT Tl IL Z E R.- I I .wich pnade their homes comfortable, and
__ U . -__________ _______ __ J_______. for little Jane and big- Tomn and the bab
5eO P m an Cl t ihe rest. Bat a man never sees
Swota+n turn n trettha hoia-a P dry
SM Ijflr i l S4ood's K;'j-; tLa he i'- ; EA N-~t a m.tur'e Wt
o b a bonnet for P. -reid.--Il-r of
Dagl eg .-j u^ lu-ulle __rIiu I W u & fxa^uneou. for
Ef.t I View in Nw Tk Time -
0 __l. r r -_ai. a. r .u. .-. (-,i.i_--- .,


C-4u ; .fe n M; u psr-a U Ea u** M-liI rAxt-m* 'i "TA
(.- OIt.I CITABLLSHKI AND I LIABLE FIKM-.


-THEL B.IIG FERTILIZER Cl
OF PAWTUCKET, R. I. -
4i outbernaCaoe &andWareII*-se-c. oslvlle. Flu.
-- 0. B. WEEKS, Sa-te Agent : N,,- B*twi-k- B.
^ ^ i r-CaagoclMs+rital 0our Fertfltnsers wite pr+Ci-. s.il -:z-'n l ai'ia.
fr UaponaUpplhtclain. mVFl A TPlL___________


BUY .-: DARLI


Smpl Harness,

.GAISA.V MAE. FLORIDA.

-hI ate in UTS, aadLr o ffSe fdgtLYuraoS a Um t SPANI'H PEANUTS. FLORIDA PEANUTS, CLAY


100 hundred b hhels GeCrman Mi'ett ;also Whipp'rn
_-and Bilak Peazq.


ioting at- an Elagl-u Elerctiow
.S Tere was .great rioting at Rrn-utfrrd in
fl 18 when SergetAnt Gl'rivn we.'- icqp^*wI u
clawe ,Pr .t- The rgeant weas t .- p-u
114 -ar cadtk- i he. aI btl a h;-srl n mi'to-r
M- and c.ba-ir33at Im-tuwfB lo. af wb-.i: h
m. f*a pndit -B iahu a- th l- ,
a -er. ciarehld th haiaen of all ut
(h-k. porters and etodesvarod to !f. cv _i@ reti
Q of their tlntslover- Is thsauac Vosssl
y- n-an naise C arke trae. sknl i
-- and died -Sxo after_ -But anoyc-c u. uirr
madt by n ubmfr of=Irreoosa&t Sas-.Oex
ERS. O_




o-ke. t a-aut rd kvstheu-aremonw l -


of~-
A NPrewy." took a praPsinam p -- A Ma
tiJ1 h < ii2sefor a pocket bwrungs at*.
Itc. I <. Giluty mepreiats hSm isM a carcavtar
lb -the 'da Bini- rd af hutaLw. I1
Swa Tae' return. it wrl- barr i Iwbed.
Sthat gave ocamifc f&r a# act: r"ocnu
tbmm t bay idex incmpaosft id *c
la mtramnt-AU Di YTwar Re"d.


PEAS.


p~ji -~r.


_ *b* tit le je4-b &a'

; f Of Rt 3Iaxab edtoe isat. of
ana eTa the decie, wzf an exge c
-sra 2 mu

A r~ V


%t- l U a "l- "+' ":; :"
tizh iS'-ri+
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THE SUMMER BOARDER. -_
He.a IMaking seful the IDexerte -arms- -
Nf ew England.
Mainfaxmsare now a center of etrae- a n .'
tion, or the twofold reason of their desire -
bility as a place for a summer's outing and
of the agitation concerning agricutue as i, s a

coutryar. C-uta to < generally i hoT 1Js) g -
abusiness. Whether the im-ive be obser-1 f
vation or pleasure, -he tie of travel isI y
coantz-yard Co trar -to geerally pre. ^{errIrp^T~riuu-
vamlignooans, the more remote, obscure -:g: D ggst- -at
and qiet the strict, the more it its a w IWigs.,This is -theouhrf at
certainkand better classof smmier visitors. who .Kees a drugt- lls i1
The fiherm itesd of tie lakes, tries medi dues, comes tno cctake
the breoksof s the hunter wan- 1 with the patients a tlir imiies,
ders ever the paths hetrod in boyhood and and j s better t t
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-woriers sofa had fabiled tord fnnes fo 'e as secle
s wuandbies think fie rhavthere a hW_ dis1i,-sayeg at ee
than the forest ftd~h&^^ i _-^tje tl- H SesOf a


Thi blepro ding o icotrY is the fand ca
belpfuil to both. anehd reformltime ayn +:: 'e re th^uititr __;
bring about a solution ed Uobies, 1
which aoI the wisdom s f at aad. f-ae -
writers so tar had failed tod on~rs o New smpngtd I think, aved on t4e a Vqm Mimyerii


m.a iliial pare Ith- a trFt.a A I c9i arlyta
proely undean the fiuaeaowed r Slut e w



with frendys ie and hisbrsaeh aemdcns odhrttk
b auesad -have considered.^fI^ ,,, -^,^J^~^jU~f~
ticalar -rtretct of territory as w-o,
only when certai p cotha the s eastr I w make no c
11ith laocfit The. great eosfor national CWLor*enAss -atlaz IsstovS
cosoptonAre -now produced On-the at ; S ~gfinIB^avery-
boat rdleriteble praies with- a thof-pa a sevecli.A dayS could hardy sh alld
business enterprise, a fierhenessatr ars aan told for tt. saymta she,
"'S ^^ S!^II? tba6t a *Wdoses w'Ould giyere
eastern fdiutso th that h ei hads into eis. -
pcult-withed. eseesthile trnSforatioln &4i W tshe Ie d no i onftrea
with friendly, pines and. his' barn are iPat*a -medicines.- I tod her to take
emp~ty, 'ofe and if the. results wer -no
I t i s at -this stage that, the sume sat~atorv INwould maake no charge
-boarder sep W-. -a- brig,!ht bird of paiat.^ A few clays after she. c -alled
prdct u i fr ta h asnve.and xd-frit, _say that ^h
cultivated. He sees, the trandformation innI WOfl1.31 ever be withouatitiu itore as


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NOTICE TO NOX-IESIDENT.
In Circuit Conrt, Fitb Judil at C'ircmut tp
Flida-Alahu-ha County, .
Chas- W, Baukift CTlTx
W.KTson. inue.
S -otiee to Appr. ...
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To V- Tisun, grt'tt Saig
It having 4m w showr by a
defenltaid. W,?. T*oo. U a
thettsuate ot Flouldum, azttr
nmAd 4dle4*-Van Ist. i -
of 4<,eorglf a a. d tI||
is over th l age 'C Ir
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South of the Ctirrut cowrt. m h ula 47ir!i ,
Sna ad for A{arhua eoualtv. #fla tW I
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WitU I, deffedant. I hve teWv"i -auVa -d
- Will sel tyeror the ourtI b tme4ow. t, the
city of aiurs-evidi. on NMda. te -M t dI-ay
" at Anugt. A-. IX, Lthe sapwe Iit le UI"
I 4al 7 day. btt 9rcO te l, hri bnrr "'1sale, ML
Spubw. -outcry to -the<-htKuftand bee tbi4f".
thereftw f r-*ah. th-e i:n dwia 'A-reart-
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Leave Gavi UPFC&P~y 1111am
-" Hampton G SaF By.-....-.7. pM
E Leave adnelve F & WF By....... 4J5,--
LakeCit & AF ......---..- M
L-Ae Gainedvie Fla So Ry -..-. -- l-
Palatka-S&F ----------
'White Sringe GS&FS ...--..-. -
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Cordele GS &_ F. --.--- ----.--- 3am-
Macon CR R... --------- 4LA
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Chattanooea W & A- L. U
NashvilleN&C----------- 7-V
I 'CharlotteR&D -&
Riehmoud B &D .. -6J~am;

Arrive CiintMi LR& ............. ft '
RWicmtonUR&D.---... ..-....&M"m
X]KansasCtyKC-------. ..- . S
Philadelphia Pa R RB --- 35pm
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Nikw York P R R ...............----
*- epIng cars on Uixt traln .s
SPlltn LhDrawin Room and Palace Cars
fiwe York and Kansas City.
Through tickets for saleatPalatka, Hamp-
ton. Lake City, Jasper and Valdiosta.
For information cadl on or address
H. BUL'RBN JA$. ME-;ZIE;
Trav. Pass. AgL GenL At.-
Macon, Ga Jacksonville- Fla.
H. C.- KxOX, E. K. KIEFFE,
Gen. Agt. Ticket. Agt.
Nashville. Ten.. Pa!atk"a.Fa.
J. (I ANDREVS, A.CKAPP.
Ticket Agent. Traffic Manaaer.
GainevUe. Fla. Macon, Ga.
NOTICE.
Whereas, at Commissiouner's Saleoflands?
belonging to t he estate M. Thames, made
before court honue IB iu the town of
Ginesville, Alahtt& r-anty. Florida. oB
the 24dayof May.A. -.M. E. Weeks,
tteadministrator of said estate, was the
purchaser. There are therefore, to admon-
ish all persons I _thow caue. if any they
have, on or before the r!th day of July. A-
D-, l'9, why the County Judce in and .for
said county should not make and render ana
order confirming said sale and requiring the
omminssionerto make a deed to said pur-
chaser. I J. C. GARDNE,
County Judge Alachua Co. Florida.
satjonel-


nrder ani3by vt-tme44fi 4e-ree- Ofare-
elaomreof moctgage snide ai iuxfeevid m -
the ih dayof June, A. )- l-, by iHO.L
3J.FLaery.-Judge o(ttei-lreui*Cortot 1wc-
id, iffttk Judicib i iruhi. in and focAlact-
ua county. at chambers. in a certain camm
there prnding. on tbechbaxmerv s-de of said
etan', wherein Caleb 'hease. i,- execrma af
ibee last will and testamem of Joseph B.W
Coabura, dtese4asd. is rawoplanan w
Robert H_ Hawkinasand Edward A-. Ma-
kiss are defeud- nts,iLa special Ms in
chancery wiiU ?et at puba plub the comAgIboue dor. in the city of Oig--
vile, inAlachua -county, tafe of F I^CW ,_
tote highest and best bidder theewbr. a-
)1moday, the 1st day ot August. A. um 3
known aade dmry. be i tbetz
ofO~n -ae te6Uyrxdemeaie provperty, t_


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Lmseaanm t the mixW-beloauglmgeia
Sekiiprpertytobe moldaf the" t Otate 4
kwsSpc~i aserinChusy.
parte!anoe !1 tz, e =Wmfy said
aayviaep appertlnlnl
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DISrSOLUTION Or PARTNERLUIP.

The arm of Merant & Da&grte is -UAW
day disolved by mutual eomsea4, W.- -
Daughtery aetirdg. Mr. Mercat will -cn
tine the business. Wnder thetrm nau Of t.
SMermbant& C-o, Amsw|txi anl lkbi Ia-s
and colleeriuh aH iar t adh iOReB
of said firm or Merchant iPaulhtery.
Ga ,Fn. u i--. ^. Mt-f dANT.
W.M. _W.PAL rki HTBT
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Aoute Pure
A cream -of tartar baking Powder.
i-gbetofall in. leavening strength--
IAtest United States -Government Food
Report. ROTAL BAKING POWDER Co.,
:1o wan irt... N. Y.
N ew Pndise Phsepbte Works.
Tue SUN reporter, in coMV"Tpany with
Dr.-G. Sutherlan d. went to Paradise
the other day to look over the plant of the
dlse phosph.ate company, of which
we had lately heard a rood deal of talk.
it wiM be remembered by readers of
; T-z Su, that we gave a sketch of this
enterprise at- Paradise last summer, just
a fewda-ys before .tle great exploi4o
that took place there. in which the saw
-mi and a part of the building were
wrecked, ooe man killed and two others
weilo~y injured.
SIee then, there have been many im-
provements. A new engine and boiler,
Aer-the foundries of Corinth, Miss.,
-ad a complete phosphate manufactur-
int-pnat haye been put in. The engin
--is-ft horse power, the boiler sxty-ve
hore power and runs all of the acin-
ry with ease. Everything runs on
time. There -is no ith anywhere.
4hie crade phosphate is taken from the
mine and dumped on a truck, which is
rawby a horse to the factory, a dis-
Stance of half a mile. There it is taken
y the machinery over .a bul rope to
the drying pans- After being exposed
en a platform in the sun for -a time it is
boveled into the pans and goes through
a proe"!* 4of artifdisia drying.
It would be well to enter into some
xplaation of these drying pans, a s
*tmey re an invention of the machinist
R.- Li ad-
?htput up the machinery, B. L. Bal-
Wl- i r this tey. Mr. Baldwin was at
wck ftt the ivention some time, but it
see m. w has repaid him, as the work
e by the apprats is very atisfac-












:: t .t -- ; y or ** t" ; .
There Iare triee hundred of these
*wi~r~wedQC n as.. endlem chain.
nr is being filled, the oine
"ed Is bei- emphd.
-hi ro the dried- phosphate rock
mto a ined of trough, through which
its raked by scrapers, running also on
anodleas chain. Into a receiver and
"te upan. elevator to the top of the
building. From here it comes down a
*te int. the grinder. From t his, the
o tos up uandtber elevator to the top
lf the blUding, down another shut In-
t the plverizer and by way of a third
aleratore toue top aain, where -it is
Mited. The part that remains is re-
turmed to the grinder auditakes the rnmw
CeorIe until all meets at the top in a con-
dition~ very much resembling that~ od
:Sour. Here it us gathered into bins and
emptied at leisure into tugs.
.Thisa isft the -second fioar, which u
at the same time the ware-room. Then
are two platforns, one on the tnrt anc
the other on the second floor, conumuni
eating by a gentle iope. By the side o
the platform runs the aide-track frog
-the S-.P. A U. raIlroad, a few feet dis
tant. There is the utmoset convenuenci
and good order about the nusehiner~
,and the beat of monayMecnt.


-he got through e discovered the cover
Snailed to the bottom of the lbox.
SH.- U. Johnson returned yesterday
- from his trio to Columbus. Ga.. where


he visited relatives and friends. 1
- reports -an up in Q time. Becer
looks as if he had- fared well during
i absence. -
N MiMAnnieSarrett, one of U
witchMngsoeiety young ladies of G
vlile, has gone to Ormoud-on-the-
Sfor an outing. The city will s8oo
1 all of Ita beauty and fairness uni
summer months -roll -by.-
& ." ; '-. *
SThe performance at the opera
Friday. night will be followed


ThMe works are situated about four dance, to which the holders of cc
miles from this city on the S. F -A W. mre tInvited. Refreshments will b
railroad, in the heart of one of the finet ed btwen the act and during
iospatereosinthe sfate ofFlori- dnce.-
,A.- The pebble phosphate from the Father Simonon, with his usu
mimes.of this company analyses in the berality and progressive spiritLhas
rdestartefifty-oneper cent; the pure ed several large ventilating wind0
b6m, phosphate, which predominat the tower of the opera house.'-" T
fte mmseventy to seventy-five per cent. permit the heated air to escape an
-This is twelve per cent more than the ade will be able to enjoy the
BaOS -Belleview phosphate rock analy- Friday night without fans.

-Tihosph--ate._in what is technical- There a a rr-e party gi,
I e ..... 1 b""that. isin the pulver the New Gainesville night befor
-- called -," .at I in he vr- I y the young people of this city.
iwJ state. wil he sod at $7 a ton, de- -T ?I
lirered at -th work-'. The Bellkviewr m r ncof MLs Gra
-eas for and the l.ro. pho- hae Illts and weut from there to the C
ws i m ts f r $ 9 a z A t he L ~ e w- p h o sp h a te f . h o-i .
-. - :- "- --. vte. The party Vwas givezh n In
for $15. The company will sell either ;i The. .at .no
Miss Mande. Hale.
s peWe, aso f o s.or.after awhile. as
prepared fertflier. There will bea an prA u y
Prmfc.*r Lawrzc,, Johntson. -United 1the 'Cheerfuli Worker-" t.:- t
SfttN s geAoigist, ays te would rather dit EoiscopaI church' a th r
hav-the- washing- from. thme ines of Mrs. E. Bai-d t'-Ih-it f.m
than most of the coimercial fe ii'zers o\.h Rfre'hueat r 'l t
ia thv- market. i h -1 -
T1faet--r- wa at uWork *hen rhe i .
visit iit. Tt proe-_ Is an interentglt ^1i*1^ ;,- *'*1.
one to tba.e who -live never i
ar^ aqIinll t tf the ieh.L You! Thbo hS- 1- 1
zwvf~r ^s the r%"-k atter It leave; 5 thr niaxrriawz.farso l*r -o
-ryVIX1 patP RStil it 1# turned out D i rieto tir the| t- up N _r
doats uuneks for some rawu you open .tjiitre ijp ye,-r
*me of t e.--reeeive1S or- the eievstors.. 01 -'-th'&
hoere were nine htul at work at the I be feI to remind :he giri- f t.h
and three men at the nints | Thereare !o: about ft vq h
ihu.,A it t,-.expe-t e -4-to iutwT'sx te-OWfI i- -utqxi.s o J" -._-
-bxpc! tO IRTCC t i of thhis Uexcwpnona eorn:
fo** W o WN as the work warreait- It a tr i s.i map- im
S J4 Mat of Frtihshbit, Md.. i -- .i m r
r:Ar-of tht eoiopany. as wel a g-^- iato it ) wL-.
-ralturaa r. Intormation as to the -
tac:ru or other tMwer, can be cid b C L E. Labeth. 0 of th
---re"s m h ,-in-tit"-l atSParaifeor a r a iaew I i
(Alne-viale. t* or:f kwida. a On1*A firSm -1
hit confzact, with ,h New T41
lOt ma5uLlood 0kert5. rw, wcAke~s.* haviuc expired. entere.l into a c-
slel aeVr-e all cured -tt P.P. > tith UteoMutal Lfe of $b Ae
P W life, new e e~rr a-e infu fed n" Be now Bes forthe later t-ov
in tie rr^ by the bl>od purifytui wic%"i is OW 0!b he wsA e ef
aWd ckeanting preert4i of ), '.-r. W1 -v Ir P toWSa ftW the etw
rfse CIeT blod poufyer of tAb see- LISP-


hEWSESff CIY-ARM COUNTY

CU1S ENT LOCA-L EVENTS
OF THE- -DAY.

BITS OF FACT A"b GOSSIP GATHERED ON
THE STR EETS-wHAT HAS HAPPENED
AND isGOiNG TOAPPE5-POI'rS PER-
SONAL AND SOCIAL-MEN AND THINGS.
Cone & Jackson, Dentists, *Burnett
I Block, Gainesville. -aprlbdly-
The fool-killer is not around now, ev-
idently.
Buggies and Wagons for sale by W.
H. Davis& Co.
P. F. Jenkins is in the city from
South Florida.
The G. D. C. play atthe opera house
Friday night, the -15th.
The best harness-for the least money
at W. H. Davis & Co.'s.
Col. Patton, county surveyor, return-
ed from Micanopy yesterday.
Conductor J.B. Vason has sold his
horse to a gentleman in Albany, ueor-
ff a. " ; - :-- -i -. -
Go to W. H. Davis & Co. for fine
mules and horses.
Mrs. N. Woolridge, sister of Mrs. But-
ler Ellis, has gone to visit another sister
in Cedar Key.
SHave you got your ticket for Friday
night? Don't wait until all the-best
seats are taken and then grumble.
The temperature for the twenty-four
hours ending at5'p. m. yesterday was:
maximum 96, mean 85, minimum 74.
Tickets are on sale at Judge Bell's for
the.G. D. C. play Friday night, the
15th. Secure good seats while you may.
Moonlight croquet i s all the rage
now. A party of young folks went out
to Paradise last night to enjoy a- game.
-Mrs. Schroder will give a _brand new
High Arm. Singer sewing machine to
the one purchasing the largest bill of
goods, for cash between -now and Sep-
tember 1.1892. -.
SMrs. ]-Wilson- and daughter and
Miss Ruth Scarratt left yesterday after-
noon for Ormond-on-the-Beach, where
they will spend a few weeks.
SYesterday the temperature was slight-
lyabove theaverage. Hot as h-I would
be motto suggestive too some people,
so we won't say it.
-We saw yesteday some samples of
yellow ochre, received from the neigh-
borhood of Harue. It is said that there
is a large bed of it at.that place.
The city looked like a deserted Village
I yesterday. A number of Our people
wenqt w High printss to hear the
speeches made there by the candidates.
SW ,W, Wright of Inverness made his
mother a short visit while on his way to
-Lake City, where he is looking for his
- escaped jailbirds. His many relatives
and friends were glad to see him.
A young man spent three hours the
other day sewing a over on a box to
send it away. andIjust about the time


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THE Sux is pleased to see the name of
Hon. N. A. Blitch placed before the
people of Levy county, as a suitable one
to receive their support for state sen-
ator. His worthy competitors for the
nomination are Dr. R. Y. H. Thomas
and Hon. N. B. Carter. Our sister
county would be splendidly represented
by either of these gentlemen.
The funeral of Mr. J. R. Williamson
took place from his-late residence. Rev.
J. [. Pikeconducted the services. The
body was interred in Evergreen ceme-
tervy.- A. S. Hlrutchinson was the under-
taker and the pall bearers were all rail-
road men. Mr. Williamson had lived
in Gainesville a number of years, and
was the most efficient section master on
the Plant System,as a sign to that effect
In the yard near his home will attest.
He was a sufferer from Brizht's disease
and died rather suddenly. He was fifty-
three yearsold.
Much interest is aroused by the
change of cast for "A Russian Honey-
moon" and 'Getting Over a Difficulty,"
to be played by our dramatic club Fri-
day night. The Honeymoon was pro-
nounced to be altogether the prettiest,
and brightest play ever put on by the
club, when presented about two months
ago, and the farce was received very
warmly. There- is much curiosity ex-
pressed as to the rendition of the several
roles by the new cast. No doubt the
plays will seem more like new ones than
a repetition of what we have seen be-
fore.
A negro was killed on train Xo. 9 of
th,-L (' & P_ lVnatr Q iad.*-1- or :f i-o


AND


POINTERS


FOR


mianufiaeturexr that was over stocked on them


and had to unload at a great sacrifice. The
lowest regular price on these goods are #25
per pair. But we bought them at prices that
will enable us to sell them at $1.50 per pair.
This is a rare chance and not to be had often.
Call and- see them at
SMITH & GRAHAMS.

list of Vacant Land in Florida.
July 1, 1S92.-Surveyed:- Alachna,
39,240; Baker, 18, 1; Bradford, 96,.640:
Brevard, 63,960; Calhoun, 128,540; Cil-
rus, 8,060; Clay. 17,090; Columbia, 160,
040; Dade, 9S,I20; DeSoto, 136,920; Du-
val, 2,960; E9ceambia, L.O()0; Frankin,
" Gadlsren, 12.560; Hiuniloni, 7.340;
Hernandu,- 6,520; lHil ahro, 6,04-0;
Holmes, 23,2SO0; Jefferson, 4160: Jack-
son, 71,640; Lafayette. 17,100; Lake,
56,120; Lee,. 171,037; Liberty, 10,040;
Leon, 7,960; Levy,- 34,660; Madison,
15,340; Manatee, 10,800:- Marion, 114,-
100; Monroe, 23,730; Nassau, 13,120;
Orange, 31,760; Osceola, 12,280; Paseo,
2,2140; Polk, 30,OSO; Putnam, 24,760;
Sumter, 2,290; Sawannee, 10,3S0; St.
Johns, 15,000; Taylor, 120,'20: Volusia,
26,160: Walton, 270,560; Wakulla, ,-1300
Washington, 224,460; total, 1,930,150.
Unsurveyed: Monroe, 705,790; Lee;


BARGAIN SEEKER


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TWOMEY'S


SIVIE RELO4VAL 1AJLJE.


POINTS! I hear repeated complaints of dull busi-
ness. There can he no dull season in a live sore.
POINTERS! I will move to new store August Stb.
SPresent stock must be sold. You -want bargains. A slight
,pause (,)may caune you to lose them. Don't delay longe-
(;) you should not tarry (:) or come to a full stop () There
can be no question (?) as to where you can get the


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Most and Best


Goods


far Your


I predict an exclamation (!) of delight when you
amine this weeks offeri,.-s and -rices. Mv nuotatinn*.


ex-
r" "i


13,440; Dade, 72,960: Brevard, 7,040;re unequalled. I am milking th s go with a h E ]
total,, 7,230. thing- d "
The.Value of MoneyIF YOU WA YNT DRY GOODS, -
SMen of unlimited means hardly ap-
pre'iate the Vaflie of just one dollar, but
with the poor every dollar means so IF YOU WAXT STOES,
l much toil and so much effort. ft is a l A Jk
comfort to-know tha the poverty strick- -
1.-n invalid can derive so much good from IF YOU VA N.T REXUAYTS
-o little expenditure, when they inve Er -
their dollars in R. B..B. (Botanic Blood -
l. CM, ebb Cit. "Then r-asp this golden opportunity, fall in line with the
W. C.,3mlGanhevyWebb City.Arkan- -
ss writes: "B. B. B. has done ni^ masses and marci direct to my store and secure a decided
wun sedwn e 41no eLo wu mries- good and for less mo dney th 154 many bargain. t


when askea wny ne id not get on -an- i -
-more Zck't and for le;-. tmoney than .any bargain.
where he was going, drew a 2-caliber .i] purtier I ever n-et. I owe tle em briA od utb s b 8h
revolver and ordered Mr. Brooks to go comfort of niy life member tle oods must be sold before August 8th
back where he belonged. The later I-avid Thurman, Atlanta. ,a.. say,: regardless of cost. -
drew his revolverbut it was promptly '-I a constant sufferer -or-man
many years with Scrofula and .4-zema. i
wrestled from him by the negro.. -Mr. A e-v'botWles-of B. B.-B. entirely cured .JOL. S.. T1LEY
Brooks happened to have another pistol me."
and drawing it fired it four times with A. P. McDonald, Atlanta, Ga.. write: i Cas&h Bargi Sto
dedl efe "I had a running utl-er on iny leg. -______________ _________j
deadlyeffect.I Several doi-torS tailed to do ir good.---- -- --- --- -- _
h "i- Three bottles of B. B. -B. -ffif't-ted a I THE GAIN-ESVILL
T~~e Ladies. e^^e B. B.- B. alocured my brother ^^'S C^^IA^~~it
The pleasant effect and perfect safety of a running sore." -
with which ladies mav use the Califotbr- John M. Davi-. Tyier. Texac, writes: a u t yp f F n I
,- ., ..- ^ -Tr<- W3 -as~bject a niw-ber of ye-ir- -to: ~^^^S X -^ P I 11-I ly
nia l.quid laxative Symrup f Figs, under wt'I w ect wicha sxbmbtter yefr -} 1 :
faoie.spells of hiflamntintorv rheumatl_mU b I pa f
all conditions, makes it their favorite iu tim, which x bottles of B.
remedy. To get the true and genuine B.. thank heaven .- h:t. entirely -kurecd. '
-article -look for the name of the Cali- I have not felt the slightest pain since." S "
^rtiie ookior ne ame01 e ^a- ____ i^g^~f ~~ r~pe to -lay gfagIP p do Plan ~_MM
fornia Fig Syrup Co., printed near the Some Foli.h Peopie un ga fi ad.fl e ry
,, 7 i. i Somoe r eoli-.i reople -e 43 16; Ug"^ |aesfjTacuod at7t^
bottom of the package. A1w a.cougrh to run until it ge-- beo- o_ Tbeyare= Prepared t
--o-.id the reach of medicine. lThv 'S *_ "
A Dreadful Aceldet. -ften ay, 'Oh, it will wear away,' hut butt
One of the most destructive expdo- 1i most caes it-U w-ars them away. .Q i S Ve s
Could thev be induced to, trv- treS iue- i t . .
sions that ever occurred -in this vicinity wld thylheinedeadettKmp'st te hich they will se l I xmnuf.cms
took place about three o'clock on Wed- which is sold on a positive guarnntee to o.orleton trialSewe p- lumb-
nesdav afternoon at the mill ot E. J. cure, they would immediately se the ailiacton.
Baird. about a mile from Hague. exeellent- effect after taking the first A "iBo ____-_
er wa .wo th ex doe- h Price 5Ok and $1.00. Tral sizeI A Big BOom in Jewelry. -vv There was DOwarning of the explo-fre. Atall Drugit oNOTICE TO) XON-RESIDKNT.
!fe.At all Druggists.."! OT-ET 1-.S
K_ ._ -_-, ^ J"_' Atall Uruggla-Don't you want-to see something that wilU i "
rsion. The probable cause was too great --maten the most brilliant pyrotechnical dis-.,n Circuit Cou. -if Judteal Cb.t of
,lys* a ve theu Rn eiike dor the gumautiful
apressure of steam in the boiler. One Adverised Letters. ilayse Have you an ieye or -the beatl? FIorida.-Alachna County.
.. -- youa ate .wh ich. toultIv a rted. _
man was killed outright, and fve others IGAINE-SVI!LE, Fla., July 14. fe and discriminating? Whether your an-i1 r, ,. _,_
11 -11: . -.^ ^ . ,. .. swersto sll of theee q- stoa are In the ,- - H. .... . .......
scalded and bruised almost beyond re- LADIES T. airmatve orofthee wqu takera ooddei George Bo.
acci' 1 aniser. ebecca __ trmdveoral not, you will take a gooddeal ereB
cognition. It was a more fearful- aei-F- .. Reca Ra-m--er ni plsurein looking over our stvck ofNotice to Appear, Plead, AMWror Demur.-
fne gold pens-and rings. We are not in the TxnAz orao Frosiub
dent than the one at- Paradise a ,ear 2 James,-Hauner. 7 S4tuwart,Reaner, |habttof putting muehfu and feather into T__ .... _,-
.. .. ic eSuN ae n. "M.orn -Phillias 8 Wiliams- MrsJ lour printed anounements. becusewe bt-T e ;ar:-M rhh."n
ago, to which readers of T Max-S u ..."r-. -lia 9 "i lieve in meaning what. we say,-and ng y It. ..... e shown by a.dvtthat the
rcalted 4 Mousr, Julia, 9 Youmen,- Melia, ut si l5 we ha residenceof middefendant is unknown a"
-e- 5 o i d ,t w spe. i .a i bu ts t. -r.!hwv. ea "- d efe n d an t .
e5lrcal. tithat said at Isovr the age of t tel3
05 Afewmine p 3 r .aiE,', S h penial i du-ethne e t to offer, anhtsm y __ -


E. U. -A few minutes past 3- clock Dr. J. -j -' GE- LE E LS ..- pe--tobe ttae e-- th--our-fin-w g-Ch-- ; ;tfon e y e^ ^om de
happen tobe he ewItit15or finetrate
-ff -U.. -. .".4-_" .. 1-eD in- h-er-f.rLe dMITz [. . u de-" and
mainly H. Hodges of this city received a tek- Bell, I S. 9 Page Murphy. NorthSide Square.Ginesvfle. Fla. jud that the ad defend GeorV B
,g h gram from Mr. Baird asking him to '2 Car-er, T J, 10 Oliver, GeorgeC, =coin_ ._. a nt's ill of complaint br"in 'or
S ,,comeimmediatel--tothemillas there143CigW1,br. 131 .PatsoneJas.before the 1 day of July. A. It 1-* In de--
om eimeiael ytotem ate1 Cilil 11p Paon, ThCALL OR'. fault wereof a decree pro coufso will bed
had been an accident. Dr. Hodges left 1 Carlisle, Stephen.12 Reem, .Thos. P, entered against the s1 George Bobo.
me be-a o a o m Davis- James, :13 Thornrton, J A, | 0' It isfurther ordered that this no-ttie be
S at once an ound mate as aboe Harris, Will, 14 Wilev, Albert LDemocratic rrmary Election. publised inTErxtcxa newspaperpBhlsb-
iln3- stated. The men were cared for as Mari-r, HC 15 ,'sve Founry" a "- edt GaIntcvr le.to Alachna unntyv. Frtoi-
^ saa. le nen wre crcuwr w, Matin t* lar silleronnrr;ds once each week for four r~wa ttv
Beach best they could be, but two of them are 8 Means, Daniel, j .A Prtmary Election Is ordered to be held ofwnek
o lose expected to-die in a few hours. JAMES BELL, Postmaster, 'on-Tuesday.July tMl, l 412, for the purpose In witnem whereaf. I have br-,nto t
l the pe The name Iof t-da mawn-. j a "- .o of electing thi-m flowing officers: my band and affixed thereal four urpuit
Sthe The naeof the dead man is Easten 2 Membermof the Legislature. j(mnrton thtthe jt dar of June. A. i..
SH a l a If you are troubled with I)vspepsia, l erk of the Circuit Court. J J. A AIItlJ'i.E.
Woodward. .He Was oing waStomnach. Di-order. or Liver and Kidneyv sheriff Atru opy. Lrk-5r .rt
house at some distance from the boiler.- le Conmpla:nt,try P. P. P., and vou will -OuntyJudte"P Inrsrction. S.A.Crl tE. lW. m-rP,.
1 uperiiitendeu~t Public- Istucion --Carlifle. clerk, i4
by a was badly scalded and his skull wa rejoice at its magical workings. Fe- i Taux iO(nlecr. j & Its.tr.-
'iI^atT -ial-h-*fTlh Tax Aol~ts^-r. *aU AHIie. Cc mairly xM '_-
axons crushed in. His s. Johnnie, a boy of males are peculiafly benefited by 1.. 1 jTax AI-i o&
Sb t y- ew&-i P It expelP di.a-e. and giv he i lthv i Serv- about ten years of age was playing ttion to every organ. JttCe th pe for eah Jutce -
Sthe about the millat the time. He was.se-i f. trict. wo m . "" NOT('E-
"'" ., tAt-ddi4PrimjaryVT-f<*MiaRiIf white DNjoP ___
verely burned over the entire body andti The Homeiiest Man in Gainevlle.c r-aiie verwiri ha%.- 'ualfiled t th iselv- t-' .trI-,
will probably die. A: wll a the ha:mdome.t- and others aU wbuwt tFea,. u v,.-.at -i Al..1 .P
al ib- William Robenson. colored, a hand at are invi'd tio ,al on any ,rugi.t a a.i PriDarvy.. ubjo-it tt re,.olnt-iton 1-tM iin- rayLJud g oflmid onTy.
i open- I mi r e t frew a trial tli.le of Ktnp's alsam by the Wvofthv.avsr,-r:n-May I-th..A-.' v-.- .--.... j -.. ;:. BrOWm tas app.d i
S the mill. was severely burned ovr thfe the'11ir.aI anw Lu',. a remedy inaIt-urtisto hfurni'.' hy th Lx,-ia- tt-., : r.f ?_r-of Admnistrat.* on
_ws in bo.Jv will ,. .. e .- -: i v- .tree Uomrnfltee 10 thke n z-rca' othe rtes- to.1-. I. As.hy, d .tas., th..t ,
iiwil entire body-will Jrobablv die. Jack that i- .efip--.t- .... ft. o I& -Z F. SANCHEZ. ai-d tznty 0 Alach-t.
SBurton, white, fireman, wa- tardimi. an'i'"-. -ZThrittid to rrlievean'l cure all Chalrha (Co. yem. Ex. Corm. : Thear,. t eutre.orttef ad admjnist
Alte| .. .i z '4 hr~ii.~- :rt A--ti (1&' .,---4,I A Iha, MAUFP ys (. ye.Ilrr .!?n&Qir~~sT-~ tnra4M-o<
Late. a 4YFAEIa4EVt.(A'..ti aand singular ti kiModredl anidPV1 a
l near the btriler at the tiue of the tdex-lo' A -nr:.*iG-, an.d A.oi !nt-iTo'-. arh d,'-a e d ewsbl tpo bea and per -ftIrte
rP :|ion. Barned1 a thel ---al. faie. nr-B:- t The ---. EI ae ,r- ar.o o befr. it f Sand hamii,. Will re--',ver. Da- [}. ,. -___ .t___r____na o sitmthe piriary eirctlon to I Ow*_adflieoNbcts .lit, a 'oy tsy ham,
1- L I,________________________?_________.
White. .awer, T-,jy l:ried in o1 --- be ld Jtuvh.I1h,1 C; -the ,samewI he -atE apy-
en a t hand amt arm. Will recover. Wado. lntr?- No. L--T M .Cautle. A C W"irttmeny tmn- . nt dg&y odge of tie
e lat in a.tdlition to thii -. ie mus- '),i t '-- M a--C-e-court Iy s'r The v ling t, Mr. B inrlda ;itd- A -.r-," Le ..- t an.r li o .riiaa.Sw .:s s
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A larze cons:m~ent of. I ad^es land Turned
Doigola Pattent Tip-s, Oxford ties- from a-


POINTS


LIM k/.B-/ (X K I * while trying to steal a ride on top ot a
coach. The baggage master discovered
him and ordered him to get off I
when they reached Tallahassee, their,
nextstop. When this sideof TaIahas-
see, Mr. Brooks. the baggage. master,
had occasion to ,go up to the front part
ofthetraip. a vi n-,ticed thie negro, who


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