Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01799
 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: September 14, 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: VID01799
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SiUUIi UIl T!A~ThhxIboat ne-offagain. however.and Wall 'of Lal aol Gonpers of the Fed-|
to hare Sent Fed-" W Be LYNCH is THE IATORI h.r1icwi~~trzv
Ri I AL E VLI JZ toha provisiosent aboard the eration of Lalor. to jo them- in tir intrusive and
Iepheu'. next vi-it to I',et -zilt nt,.cLeod. when it .. litful means of amusementthat o-r
^-L PAS -' The newsper nien. went to ever believed that an inphatic protestwillITHECITY ELECTION PA jES friends of the big suburb. North Gainew-
Ot Ee of the L-lip healh rd who was be made agait the attiude of the rail- OFF QUIETLY hve te semi-monthly rr.
- prtnt and tegg1ed that the horrible road coiupaily a&tii or'an'zed lbor- ____ On Saturday evening, every other weekly
-- crime of refit-ing foodl and blankets ,- the people of that neihborhood turn
GOVERNOR FLOER, DR_ JEKIN AND o. A m n of te APoint For Y.. FULL OFFICIAL RE TUXS FROM ALLTHE Ot en mae a listen to some realy-
- VERNR "be nor et c m't tt]a of t thei W A1ZD5-ADSOW -NOT IN IT-QU iET BUT et t exerd
1W1ERS ESNJOINED- ERHOO rt wa helat 8:30. here a resoIi- In view of what leois Sars:apariula AERDS-MI-NE FORT MAD rT-Q kITr eL-l entertaining exercie.l
ME.T AND CONFtR-ALBXY JEOrJACK- p 3 Dr.Voihtwould Ah ,h5ne for others. is it not reasonable DEERMINED FFOT MD T EC ieiry o atuay nit at
SOXVIXLLE RIOTER--WIFE MUIDER. .v. with L-iwver Reidto the steamer and o s.ux,-,s that it will be of benefit to EACH MAN-,ENERAL SATISFACTIUS. Wa one equal to those seen on former
NEw-YORK. Sept. 13.-Morethan one theiujunetion p-pers were served. Von? For Srofula. Salt Rheum and The irv election passedawa vester- occasions. E-pecially in the singing -r
hundred South Bay cat-boat, sharpie_-. tlhe board would allow food and blank- al1 other dieses of the blood, for Dvs daiy without creating unusual exc-ite- Me-rs, Webster and Ackly and their
sloop and other small .>oatt. each with tobe taken aboard. Dr. Voiht w l'ePi, 1dige.tion, Sick Headache, :nt. The friend of tie zhree eandi- wives, a treat not soon to he for-otten."
te or more mnien and, boys on board made to- agree that if this was allowed 1o- 4f Appetite, That Tired feeling, i formafw0Btked early and late. is the literary fortunate. Mos of the
were under way at daybreak Monday no attempt would be made to land pass- Catarrh. Malaria, Rheumatism, Hood jt1ige A-now reownized early in the exercise on the evewg mentioed were
sailing from all -poinv.Sarsarllht 1_ an u~e qualled remnedy.- a
moruin_. sailing from all points on enger. andl it was then permitted. .-- "lh- is an unequalled re i day that hlie was IBt in. it. Messrs. artleipated in by he children and -ere I
Grsat South bay toward Fire islamid. i A SEVERE SETEXCE. Hood's Pills cure sick headache. Pound and Lync were at the polli very creditably conducted, -
-*In all the boats ever man who had "JACKSOVTLLE Sept. 13.-Yesterday from tLie opening to the close and A featureoftheevening was the q-.
- -or in the C.in. ToEripTl Roh- i watched the progress of the voting with nation box. Major Webster with his t p
or could-borrow a guln or pistil b rougo1t m ornmg CnteCtn- m drt of TRNIIebo.eere- i
it withhim and teentire flotilla arril ordi, Ju4ge Phiips called up the pris- p wife a"d three lttl great interest, usual aptness at entertaini.g, had pre- s
P." Ml, Colson. wf- a-I d tl h uree --little -- - - -- - - ,i
perhaps 1,000 men. Of these 500 or 600 oners who had been convicted and The polls closed a few minutes past pared a ox of quotations from emet
!Perrv% of Bronson atre visirinrg relativeslas
came from Pathegue, Sayville and the pleaded guilty. or zaten<.e. and amon--- Z-5:30 o'clock and. in another hour and authors. These were read and the 0-j
county near them. tweny-live; them was Alouzo R. Junez. and Dan f Uolbrok of the Chritin a hrlfr'the news spread otier the ityname of
frMBav Shore and perhaps a.s umay Tre-vant pr.imin-nt colorwed people of e is conut a ery inter- B. Lynch was elected a the author, after the read in; in default C
from Babylvn. Every man on board this city. who had been convicted of, miee tin, at Joppy this week od mnijolrity-u Te h w he areo. mahor mtortat o em o- te Ree
euitiug et-atJpati wk.
the boats was either a -Bayman'' or a inciting a riot here hin July last. Jones Charle SLiuter i aain after went wild and pain e te town red hen the quotat Revenge
y Bpatizer ampd -fully determined to gets $500 fine and nine months in the lrai ugh .n, last nigbt, while there was general sat- is sweet. epecially to a womar," wasi
prevent by force. if necessarr. the land- chainitang. Tnesvan- $10f and eight dIs k, isfaction expressed by the whites. read. Mis Emma lcMllan said: "U 1
l, - : -'" i . .. ~~~M essrs.S. B.B& vd andJ .Iah n, .. .... .... e
ig, teqara-nt--in passenger" uthsin'-tthe chaitgalnr. essS B _d Ne a h following are the ofil4al returns: must hae been wren b Man. t
- . .. .. h .ie.urne .. .. u -0N e ... ... w here ... ...
on Fire is lan mnth -"-"s harvepilI~l~ . rne i-....e Troy wher WARD, NO. 1. Th 1lere were a nutmbler of goxodthi ttgs
on Fire island: TEXAS POLITI. the hitters brother was killed a few d e " i .d i .
In Bay Shore the feeling stands at GALVESTON. Tex. Sept. 13,-At the Lynch ....... .... .. ..... ... 44 sad.theull mprt o te r
.. ..4 u a vzvg, 'T h e lr e p o, t u th e k illui a .- O i
feverimat and loud threats are heard of Republican state convention an effort ; y rp t te k.,.... .... ............. porter failed to catch, as he was pecu- a
~~~~j siiable ArnowLU ll! Jlil~"I.ltt~i~V i- -. .......... -.. ........ :........ 4-
treatins Landlord Sammis. who sold the will be made to secure an endorsement ju ifible Pho-phate comny i Avow................. iarly situated. The bevy of beauties in j
1The Trno *~zht ompn ,zHyde h---rtofth-------u--ntrf-rd
hotel t the state authorities for a re- o.f Candidate Clark, the Peaple's party Ine. n il be WARD N h.rt of the houses, rou.la interfered I
.. ... ~t nOVinoo OI Leir. anid will z0Oln be W A R .i ,-
u, to a ooat oftarand feathers. nominee. This wil probably f ready t mine in eanit, as their nh -------------------
BELLIGMrEE3T PEOPLE. through although some Republicans .l h s rr. Pound...........................12 sen'oril.- .' h
- 1 .. ie 1, ery has alla arived' ---"--... .. ..----
SA-pecial to the Mail and Express here assert thatthe whole party matbin- li-,ir i a1 ar ... .d. .1. Aruow --- --..... ... ...... ...... ring the rain yeserda a wa P
-fJudge 1). B. St. (lair bought 400
from Babylon island says almost every cry should be saerith-ed to defeat Gv. 1i i-o . .. : p ed throg the main areet with
on-i te vilae taredadelUrevlog. TiselmetwilirbalyponsrfmedeotonWdnadyfrm Watrs- U psrdehou- h minstet.w i
om t T e is arm an wu re- og i elemen p yj.L. Everettat fur cents per pound Coclough........... .. .. two men staring eret therein and i
sist any intasion. Justice of the Peace i have little influence and three ttcketzt ti-- "n h m -rkt Th "-is seonWIRD No 3 !covered with r-alva.s.. They looke|
Jaines. Coopersavs that the hotel and will divide the vote of the state. Tmere w 'as aoinil-ffe 'at Fan Lvych " .. 3.. like _etrs present a r [inr
.,. * ... t ^ I~~~here \vaa a Z-h4)()in^ ar ay a a ^ t -.-....... :...... -. 30. w ht-a u-ha ^e ri'.;i
alt it surroundings will be burned to A BIG FIE IN BANY. o o Frida,- .. AINnwee. ..oPund :......-...... -" P ri .L
: . : ou a rr~l v n ,, e ~ ~ l l..aa it ....... .......... . . -,
the ground If the landix is attempted. ALBANY. N. Y., Sept. 13.-About 2 bt n-g F,-"r. -- ih Io Pn....... .. ---- .....................4 _
-~O 01lc ve:ed :- . uie r"r -lir ~ 'iru ddin- ---- ------
STlHE GOVEROR NOTIFIED. o'clock yesterday morniiz fire broke rsle in a p b won Ri"-rdson :: .'..... : ........ 4 I D
_ which wien lted in a i pretty ad wound 1ieharddi on 1--4-1 tI.J-S"'/I
Dr. Jenkins immediately noticed out i the upper ptr-mn of ihe Lyon rPb nbtn otf-O"one. ok ..for Robinson, but no .... fa- on e, he re- I |Folk p
-Governor Flower of the situation and I building and spread with fearful raid- I AR -.4.
asked for as-sstance to compel obedi- iity. When the firemen arrived on the ev load of small sthot in the head .
..and fate, and it is th,.ugt that fie "I Lynch
ence from the excitd -citizens who! scene the entire topstory of the struc- I i, at e -aI that be th'_l L -" .
I i loze hi-_ rightund.-A-wrra-t-fr-t-ht!----------20~
threatened bioodshed if the passengers ture ws in flumes. which produced a .- f th .. ....... . 3
arre.! t of Frazier w-,t_ immediately. pro-,'rlu . a
were landed. I perfect rain of sparks pon the sur- i re frJuiger t." air ai i placed p o- .. -R u
Governor Flower arrived in the city rounding buildings and into adjacent 1i fS i.. WARD -No 5"
Monday morning and on being told that _-treets. The fire had made such a head- i the hands of Deputy Sheriff J4 T. I ie nh- --- --
~ . .. .iEverett, who in compatav with S G. Pom nd u --- ---------------12
bhis authority was died, got very angrV waYv when discovvreI that there was M t an. i s f. -r .- .--.
.,. ' i r i, ^- Mathrws. and our "'Mirf" sitarted-fur At now_.......-..- M * * *** *
-and said he would personallv -see the idank-er that the front wall five stories lie Scene of the tr starved rk - -- ---
t no t y te H t te l n up the eene ot the trolle. Tiev arrived i ........ ......... . . K- L
transfer of the Xormamias pas-engers .high. would fall into the strt-et. ;bn sr1ol.c a nh a f t
. -^ .. i i f abxout 10 o'clock at-nighi land found their i1^1^* 144* *B
to Fire island. At 2 :30 thte fire ri-alehed wna was for- TEn E o'n t a th eo e nch *hc toen h i d --I--I-
.... .. -naii had left for panrs unknown, but --------- i . .. . ) .. 144I
THE GAOVERNOR is EXJI-D.: i nerh- "the_ second t eff,-ru ed c church the O .Pound ...... .................. -.. w B
a ",.,. i ., . was-thaftht -to be in *"01J' town.I- J Lge <.- I*^ 1 -1 9 ^ X
At noon today the governor. Health flames liking tip the wooden pillar.T1he Fe c O e Anio..-........ -
-v I --- - -^-f P ^ i i, i< Favette county- Oar deputy det
.Officer Jenkins, the- New York health old belfry poured up a solid column of t r d de The following gentlenmn wre ,ee-t !
board andthe police were enjoined by flamies over a hundred ft in- the air. i-ned to follow. The uwannee river ed aldermen: Ward 1, G W Hyde:- O lII]M m
... , , ,was verv bizh~and it was with dijfgfiultv!4W,- ACF Ir F ~iena .l >&Wal- ^^-,--
Judge Barnard of NewYork from land- i The eutiredepartment was on the groun i ry igtnd t with G .. ..t. d '-ward 2, W R.. 0onson an..',. Weai-
.... .. " ". - -7 tba they crossed. BY the ki adl itr-wd3JR dn--ad Ioi.
ing- passengers on the island. The aad the indications were that the entire theycrod y t kily ters; ward 3. J R Eddin: ward 4. Ioui
steamer Cepheus, however, had in the block would be swept away. At 3:30 the waO s 1T Rout; ward 5, 0 L York. -e Ihr r1 STI
, ,, ^ ?., .a , cin ~~~~~~i zufelv landed on the opposite shore- at 11n.'l~lh~shnl,* meantime started-and as she had a the fire was under crontrol. ,rhe loss *. land the oposite Thore i t Te owred bra;- band i Strong police force on board, and a the Iwil not fall short ot .. hammock, where they were joined byTo w t hen settl nidont at 7 t.o, a r thy-I
captain of the Cepheus has positive or- -MA RE.ULT IN MLURDR. l eity tCe. M hdedhdewnrta iMr cFstorkary
ders to land, and as the Judge-s injunc- JACKSOVILLE, Sept. 13.-Yesterday qi ie t
tion cannot be served on him. a fierce morning about 9 o'clock, a fearful at- hee, y went to a nerro festival--
-further on, surrounded the house and I For Over Sien TeaI
row is antieiplfled between the indig- fair occurred i East Jacksonvilte. The i,,, ... fl ,n iri nant islanders and the police for posses- participants were Suall Barrington. a +o .,. beean used for children ieething. It
". .... ...... i. iliOOD shine on-a few pistol barrel?, they, 1...... -i ..... ~tn -- -nnu- l- --ma l
sion of the sid. ldcoiorad man, and his wife. Hannah i o thestne-child, sotensthe.ue m ., at-''^-^._ t-
T" E wiRES CT family ,uatrel was the beginning and.i .captured and handcuffed their maun i las all pain, cureu wind coli-, and is ^vA .I~C. MI-..
Thnewire s have ben cut between continued to grow in warmth- unuil ul ^ --..old f -C Sul rtr-flaeentthteire. stopbysoldrug. b red ,r a Te .. ....
. .. , Tt tre~iden e of our olul friendi, CaOl. Shelp.. t-i e -. ta a b ol by, al drug.... .... .. ..... .......
New York and Fire island and it is lB-i took the axe with which lie was Ol1-n-ll. whre they s-,ni the remaind eig~ throughout the world. ,-- -.
i. t nw-wa i h -n a .n. a. .his w i.fe-a.h-v- th nig ht. Sun dayp-ning the. "tarlt of "OU ___: _...lS" ble?1 1o o t?
.. . ~l ...t -, - ,1 ^ t l. : t -n -r . . . ( h v t " -"lr i A A I I 1. __ M K ^t M A *.l 1K
.. _. t .. . 1 -. lln t. liiy piiod U*y li-
the attempt to land thie epbeu pIssen- blow in tbeback of the head. r. Mll- ..__,.._ an on ,onda_ mn the. !l'k .l- .k. -er1 -.-- Ty l'JI-I- E" .-
erWAS called and drnased the wound. z. 1 i 2. 1_
i. .1 1. t niesro Was arratngzed before .Judoe itit t c^ml i -'-- o^r.*
MA'S JSLilUMANiTY TO MAY. but considers the case almost fatalone. ^, . .r ... .. -n. ti 15 -o_ __ 5 I o<3 iiT< u.kR* ... 5-r..a
. .. --- I. . . .., . Cltiar, e piradil l[,mlity, andll indfaulti in it- t FzMz ISLAxI'. 5 D. m;. Sent. 13.- Faul was arrested and placed in jail by I .-iu-..'s, o .m .. to ... r -,- i ,

"-, ,.... -., I .. .. #50 "ona,wa ommittedto Fennen&? -Jed T 1hzvtoi' -whiskey it" the i -- -- .... .
There were exciting scenes here yester- Offimr Taylor. __ t te r"te w.. e .. e bes. -.
S ... -, . v -.o Ih hotel, to await the next term of the cir-i ------ - JblMA--
day afteroonowing to the de'nontra- GVLF NEWS~ .. F ri .... - a I ..
- ..... .... ow .n g, I NEW cuit court, Itissaid that Frazier is an ..
tions by from tha ee hundred to four, Ki1" WEST, Sept. 13.-Thle French| ontand murded a whit Otoe hundred aid Aixty acres of *ba r -, a d
.... ." :- : . "" i~~~e-ape -convietand. murdere a wbiiteil .. :" a i;re _'a~ u k a d -I
hundred baymeu and others, led by.Su-1 bark Mindin in ballast bound from Trin- ,;a i Georgi. in Sanfelaska hammock, prineilSy -
pervisor- W. H. Yotmg -and ex-Super- 1-dad to Punta Gorda for phosphate be- oKNA. "hammock, ten ar-s clre.la- Giovc., loandkcrchief- ilbbow
visor John H. Vail of slip town. who coming becalmed drifted inWto the bay rrI.oN. TXAS. Juy 3-l tivation, wellr t imbered, a d s ofreeky
took posesi of the dock, and, armed above here much- out of her course. The .rnirItppma B.u -. h Exthent pace for a thern, tio uzlr Ar gar trifvula nt.-hi..--r do "li
Shere t pc for.a or 1w n -Tbe .. ,ll e for-r ar.-.I, .. .-. -plfe.. fo d it-is,
with shbotguns oars and other weapons.; pilot boat Gauntlet. Capt. Pierce. went G .NTS--I've used nearjj four -bott ls lo has phospha k thn hatk.e e. ."
twIee resisted attempts made to land to her assistance and brought her cap- of P. -. -.- I n -W -.MiSed -tro*T a i therunoft thc k. Price. M 0 -,
gr from the Cepheus. .The Ce- tain t port. He I-s in quarantine but .crown of my head to the soles of my iee mIile_ nok r .^t of theiSannv t, .
:phes is aehored about two hundred the bark was entered and cleared from feet. Ytosr P. P. P. has cared diflikul-te -ine -West filthe ."i ,*i or a L :IB.TY iREET,
ideu h nbrdaotws' and West-r raildv 'Uo ra.____________________
feet from the dock. As the Cepheusithecustowm hose. Her captain will tv ot bathing anrid smothrin, palmi- dreaa. C. W. LIrTTLEi A inesive. Flat
ran aleide tbe dock the Hfirst t-e, a board her this afternoonn and proceed to' I ation of te hearit, an relve of ldw BAIr.. T. .. IWAe
hundre& vyokves shouted, --"You cannot 1 Mullet Key for fumigation. yearll nw 1 can breathe through it C. Jn Grawas claoot. "e fo ctelen _
land here;- go- b.k to .New York," The demand-of the alvors again-t readily. w in t11 -itv vetr C -I
Otheriouted thlreAts of throwing the the BritiLh seamsip Tber H leyniann I ta- n,-,sleto:2 2l : Zr dfr C. ..... t oE
rea overbmrd if they. srteppedfrom the i were considered exorbitant by the un- ar in fact.dread to night ome,
ow -1 _-& -4ounldly in any. posftton a~l'. GIN-;ltVlLL9 Fe. wvem~ t,
vesseL The hawser. that was thrown der writers as comparativey lite a., niht. I ll n J,,n B. lF. lar. J L. Ketl, .
tII~II- J, Ho hn H I Lie. IPr. J. 1..Kelly, aaaP
to the post was iminedialely thrown Aitauce wa given- by the wre'-kMr. I am, yer old. h -t erpe M ooo to ..,, IB. et n ..
back. Five.polcein i on the Cephea-- The under writers refui-ed to e-AL oIn be ab! *toakehbldioftheplowbahdle;. irlr i -ndr. l
I I'el proud 1wa-*-l esoii
climede .gunawale a motitoned as| their terms and the Cae w be ri eOUgh to t n other wii:iui- '-ter wi Tinwar- ai a d 1
1artily recommend It ..ddres4 the apepie at the time and p&lac- .- k--t. tn.r -i'-
tbogh to draw revolver.ihot wet i inexi wetk i ite United Stited court. nay friends and thei puMbic geerally. folowing: .1 TiIA tb .
frw-C.T. WSI. whisFRIGERAYo"TORSctfll
futribe. C.T. Wal. whbrom ov JerWWJudge~as. W. Loeke has be*n tele- XOun rrpetfuiy, p A ArikirA l tjFt5
Fww aoeahorlized to take choes of te I grapbed for and i. expeted boime nt A. M. EuAMSEY nx-t.l (a in. and
holW-lbereake4the mob to liuen to Tuesday. THE STATt oF TAs_ 0 I Cr<'e "* 13.
him and tu said: I reprent the ev. J.. LD. lHillrer writes from h. _ntyofOhCt. h 14 Pwa. tt a i-; .
itale of Now York and am authoried 'helomin Madision. F. that he ill -a- Before the unck-,ivd authority on! ; -- 1-
9 I 12 PIeTSona1V, appeared A X-'
to tol chare o thel irba t"bnj y ',av r beCi duly lMb Cep. t i'th ....- 17 , , ,
crowdihoutd. -how ~~ ~mj~(~tj. ~R~mnvey. after being duly &W0m MST* W-)j........... 17
crowd asouted,-t us r uh- P hurch of thi. city. le i a<,n aththa the foron te t -i.4-7 ....
tv." He t tnmprxl.udi a paper. wel educated. --clari< uman.and *een. mad- by him relativee to the iutu to rp Ar-I P.,I 0 uEn
wbchbe began tio re but could pnot Pa ,sd with a must r xcelen t 1 1'. I6'. ii i trn. Arr0Ao, "
~~~~~A.M.-RAMVEKIi. J,-.i- :." .
make hlm.sa f heard. aad many paua- tUan jprit. This church ha.. been for- S worn to and .inorbedil -b -a -s.-- ..WoreY T[ _
gers.l tiy women. xppetle to the t ttit securieg such a man and it ix this. Ao.n't 4th 1l-, --r .. "" 7
cowd t oalow them -to lad but the hopd that it will n t.- ng J-.~.l.i rt. N. P. "' --r-i .. IA 4-Xi
ankes th a_ w........i i order- tk., es F.wr i. T

[Dr, Veldg who i. at tLbe- hoieli attend PHlr a-&ILPfIAPa.ep..3 ---*'. I-:kr n" -ir M B.- IF. ioDo N ot.
of - < Env *- -
Pasenigers, appeared' om the dock Artbur a.! the Broiherfbui olii.x Iba telling Wall he a hrgleylet iee.arrivdl ere _arend WI,- ith0wt c arrdiar.oT --He tsays i artic 4.1, t V. r..tfe. t .l lcko. I A m .
ter, when verali lat mey crow itd w !ih Car P. H. Morriar of the Brake. .At i10i a avr -.-.-re. '0 m.rch n*M mlJ. .I --
aroulndthims tin. <-Thrw him in Jen adClief A. WI'- .i hft ha: 1f.-edi i, w ei cu tmt l.fe-. ~- -- S L UMBElI, M)llNi-., g. 5 T-.
the.-wher; drow-A him"'ai abdwn I' Trainusen' Broterhood be-P a co&afer-' A',"." ..-,, yr ago I Ie to A itl _LIM,
tproba bl- tet hay ft"- Wi th a Inkte ( e Roalinc u4, wh aa* s C< OU^: &a" Blo CM
bbut for the reposurs. The boat return-1 rwi"rosd emple. wbo ed w the (ep-be '.lN wtuery the dlejecedl imac their grievanc- to rU-a; ^ p 4LZ1 t ^ N-iete T I N ,
paseftVr' siuis were beitmg kep ua c t ^r- I A." tMW^ & drink h, M. -
-yrte baud af aeuice the bam. piWravlu Thie oen oxpeir k-biief B 0! Ujo^e a u it. In m: Uawilv wib th e best Mf t
- the 'Star Spangled 5annera -t z Saver !! ctfer oMi tMA ktaa
the i4ieen" a*a jYateL'oedie' The isat. 1iowder;i-V of trw Xa ."1-' 1l Ml * H ?aCt se-S t-' &t7i2 ( .t n B-JEMg

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nid reehing to the tam ndc
aiveand cleanses the sys-
em effectually, digpes colds, head-
ches and feavesd- habitual
onsitipation. Sui of FigI is the
ily remedy oits knd =v o
td, pleaSi.g to the Wet m
eptAbl to the t stomach, prompt i
t5 action and truly na in its
Gfects. pared onlv frmthe mast
ealy mdagrved~e substanoGUits
uanwexcellentqualities commend it
Sall and have it the moA
opula remedy known.-
bVp of FiM ilr ale in T5c
ottles byall leatdmg -ngisB
LDV relable drugist who may not
ave it on hdi will pr it
romptly for any one who wis&6
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H .O ] eClEA-VY, I roprietor

V i2 Inecs &L p Ste _8. S. L .l gi

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AmiyEvm.tr. FLORIDA.



For Pr esi.ent:
of New York.

For Vice-Presih-nt:
-:of llimii -


For Governor:
of Hils-boroUgh.
Judge Supreme Conrt:
of Ahlehluna.
For Secretary St:itv:
of Wakulla.
For Uomptro ler:
of Leon.

For Attorney-General:
of ,-Iif'f r Fear Tre i-c" er:
"f 3Iarii,.

Superintendev*t Pttic- Schools:
of.Alael :i.
CUmmis--ioner Agrirnltnre:
of Jafkim.
Presidehnrial Electors"
state at J-sr*:
T. M.-SHACKELFORI) ffHernando.
B. B. BLACKWELC_ of Suwannee.
Fitrt I)i-tre-t:
A. E. MAXWELL-of E-camlia.
..' eond tlistrict:-
W.N. THOMPSON of Nassau.

Olt C oxNREs4--td DISTRICT-

-of Duval.


For Repres-ntalives:

For Ctlerk Circuit Court:

For Slht-iff:

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For County Tr-aurer-:

-. For Tax Collector:
I Il.C.('ATO.

For Tax A.'a1-t.r:

- ForCountr SUrveror: .
J W. PAIrroN.


SThe most extraordinary and unpar-
dlonable fact in the existence' of the
Third party in thii sta-e at all, i.s that
-i was designed to divide tihe Demo-
crat-. The-Democrat-, as a party,. had
dortno nothing to forfeit the eonfidenee-
of the people. Its representatives bad
been ii-iltv of no misfeasaiice or rmal-,
feasance in ofli*e, or blundering in leg-
itlation or pluinderinx by taxation. after
the manner of the Republicans, which
the party itself coutild not have corrected
or would not have remedied. No
cau e-s existed for going- outside of the,
party to obtain full redress of all griev -
ances. The credit of the state was solid.
al -. -' . ._

The surplus of over $53,000.000 lefr
by Cleveland is gone; the forced loan the bank ndte redemption fund, amoam -
ing to over $54.000,000 is g -e:-; the pay-
ments to the sinking fund are supenutl-
ed; the bonds of the nation due are un-
paid for want of money; exclusive of
factional silver that is .not available,
the surplus at the elose of the fiscal year
wa- only $12.8, ,00,0; the appropriations
made for the present year a' e-$53.O0,000-
in exces of the estimated receipts, and
of these appropriations $70,000,000 were
to meet obligation* created by the pre-
vious congre-s. Taking the aipropria-
ations, and the estimated revenues fer
the present year, and adding the availa-
ble surplus to the revenues, for the pres-1
ent fiscal year will leave the treasury

[ Luontlence in te .ewnocratima u,,1's- bankrupt not less than s40.000,000, with
tration of affairs was unshaken. All rowingpension, bountie e. to sw
'thb ineress ~growing, pension. boun'ties. etc-, to sit-li
the public interests were held in even edcit for m ears to come. The
poise and material .prosperity kept a treasury is looted and bankrupted, and
steady advance. The uneked attra- the people must chose between increas-
tion of immigrants and of capital for in- es or honest economical govern-
vestment, the marvelous multiplication mtae Which slhale it be?-Pilgodei-
merit, Which s~l t be ?--htd
of industries-, the unparalleled develop- phia Time.
me nt of education, and the growth and -- -
adornment of cities towns and villagove, Thirptbah l luok awful
in the short spaceof fifteen years itl.at Th i pr\th ba r
-the Democratic partfhas had control of I o t h c
the government, put to silence all corn-
plaints against it. lecause- its works Leader Harvey .4il ticks to histext
.P M -S Av tl'eDmc irs 1 count us -out.
show them to be unjust. e Democrats wl -iit us .
... .- *. f*I, and-w~ants the U. :i. co~urtz -to -appoint
The truti is, the organization of the and wants te U. S. ct to appoint
Third pary in Flr g w ut-of supervis-ors who will rcparv to that
Third party in Florida gre nto the "'"
combined in fluentce and labor of the Re- eet. "
publicans, scalawags and disal>poiuted -
Democratic offi-e-seekers, who were Baski & Go. will sit up through t. el
fraternizing with each other in -and jnight of the 4th of October, to be (on-
reaehing out to seize the controlling vinced that their vaulting political am-
power i the Alliance and Labor is bition had hurried them into the mot
low*-r in the Alliance and Labor U-nions ]eg ious f01]oll of their lives.,
for their personal aggrandizement. egregious folly of their live
Proof of this is in the liHt of the-leaders-
o.f the Third arty, the secret forn of The declaration of the northern editor
it- organism, and the tyrannical com- who wrote that the nomination of Wea-
mand the bosses Lisue to Alliancemen, ver had lost a million of votes to the
who must obey or be branded as traitors People's party, is now clearly realized
to the order and false to the obligationi to be truite by his strugling and strag-
they have taken. ing fotbllowers.
The Republicans, scalawags and sore-
headed- Democrats have almo-t accom Hurry up your remedis,T leader Bar-
plshed the demolition of thie Alliance vey. If you delay until after the corn-
and Labor Vuions in the state by theirij ing great Democratic victory Cleve-
tyrannical per-istence in throwing the land's administration will devise so
lash upon their members, todrive them much more comlillele reforms that yv-tur
into opposition to a state government occ-pation will be .on9.
which has for fifteen years had their -- -
herty aplrroVal, onmtlence and sur-I
prt. -.. -
I By suk-h base mean and for such self- ii -,^
ish ends, the leaders of the Third party I
have secured the co-,peration of opme I;-
good but weak men, to help them i ,
I their mad Scramble lor officeand wicked .- .
I schieme to a-a oic SpurblSre, a imcce?- "*'^... j
Sful .idlioe-l: Deniocratic adiniiii-tra- ".:-.-
tion, for no cau-e- but that the nefirion u *'' \
Sring-leaders may seize ofifce andpower. k;:;
'T6 tie, T pity: pt; 'u.? is true. '-w. T /

THe SU-X ias hadt no hard words to say
to the ra-nk and file of the misnamed
SPeople's parry. They -have made an
Unhappy mistake, in allowing them- 1" 3
selves to be led Into warfare against Mr. John tungerfford
their Deniuwratic friends by hungtir Proprietor ofthe fine iverrstable .at the West
j li.. .nd hotel, E -Yir N. ., says Ilood's Sirsap.-
officei-hunters and deigning plolitican~, r l gw way aa1kod c1f anything he ever took
nearly all -of whom have for rears been for troubles with the
active enemies of the Democracy and Liver and Kidneys
Snot-one of whom hasb had andtli kept the with which he suffered for a long time, until be
confideneofthe oplei his poi. ti c goods Sarsaparia and was completely I
Confidence ofthe eople in is political ered. OSther members of ahis family also take
Stability and.-safene.s. The honest, but Ha ap il
I misguided me-n following these un-am-- Hood' Sarsaparilla
[ory leaders will soon voluntarily return and are highly gratifed with the benefit from it.
*to the Democratic fold. Their false i Hoo's PiLL8 are a mild. getnet painless. I
Steacherw-f cannot long prevent them at. adefficientcatha-rtic. Always re.iabe. 2 |
from Iearnihg the truth, ani the patri- _
jikit yeomanry will throw offT theyoej ^/^^^ ^ ^ '^
Sof the wicked bosses- who are -seingi CURE.
+them for seif-aggraudizement only. Y YOURS 1LFIr!
i HI S'. is 1 only grieved to see sensible I -ftrOeb edwith honorrh -and -good-meaning- men wearing the Glet.Whit 'uSie trrloh
Svoke. *. Stour drtoarist for bottle o
- __ --- rn:: .. 1n ,re,.in few ity,,
__ -__ I withouttheaid or pbliity Mr Towpkiuns i pretty well known ,4oetor. Kon-p0B onn an4
r dctor.t* ont tonri arn
Ias a Very clever man and his runntng T-e Cmwws~l Au erism orm.
mate. --(his name had as well be 3In'mfa&ctur-l by
blank ,-:mar ,lso be a very honest kindl cCINIAT. O. 0'1W

Sof a citz4-n; but these gentlemen, for U u .s A
atreptabilUy, ability, -expericnene and
i infitwice., cannot for a moment be co-rn! W -
pared with Col. Dell and Dr. Kelly. FINAL. PROOF.
The voters of Ahl-Ahna outght to send
their wiset and be-t equttipped men to LandfOe at tinsi-!i. Fla.-
represent them in the legislture. ]f it-ie herehy iv.--n tha th- fillo ing
br v n- D a la- named sttil-r eas fils n,,otit(- sf hi- iiitn'--
ihberfvtoconci3evntihu-W-T v- Delapl K1 timin to nakte- f inat prf in np-rt if hi.,
iv will prac-tieali have no e ,pOaition. aim ,,nd tat a-.,, -t ;.!,, -.-r- ,,, ia e-
-w+ fore- the Re-gistir Aolt:.- l vfr :e- Z-
s -- ville. Flrida ll (in t olr !Il- Viz:
- Z.SII .A -RUTLGIKPG of Tmro..Fla.
STul S-tI asserts in plain Englih that : i s,--, i.r r. .
H-nm '.teaa ?-1--4 rkw tie- lt
Walls or Moore would make a mire- 14 : F.
creditahle and efticitt Superinitendent 'h n:,ti'-h-- rtnn t a4 ut
his. c-t4 utbn u-t i n ru sidti fl -- a. i
i ffPutlic In-truetin th-i the illiterate !ti S..- : .i .* .ItT. Turner. *.M-ath.-A.-s.. T A. L,,v
t- NW illiamt-. But tht. ob-t-ure a ndT E -Horn.%. at' Tr-nton. I-+.
tiut--rtin[ Wi iani s it-. mte tiian Lhe Third I .t. p ad. ..."- "H
tlitorl -?e" p.-iJt. laiiaue L K- i. -.
partiteS are .rrinin. ag-iit W. N. --- ---
S for thit iplLnt ",". D I F F I C l LT F F AT
-a mat-whitne black, briadle or bronze _
-in A.ladiua county o-- ,Hi1 vote for --

'. ... ,: ,-^ -- -an'_ iui' pten[i*un i'iit"-.l; il;uu? n.lg' in
-m like WPArer and uait ikhn. who .- _
lI.. poltic1 -ifi- and bak- .
*Idu to answer v &. IBesre of OltmaUeat* frr Caf'arrb that
Aidmn ,--to answw fortf doau eommend t r Mt w r. *
d ie Tve W to. Ib e W h eot-?e of thO peo- n wi'" I 4 t - t G
T- _! - :- t^n*rv w t .turel dt n-vy .-m
p? lt- to p fttt that t -ll o ., L. ..... -l .do-
4 . ; !-ulla coipleteir dran theA
t .x ii wi ian l B i-p tH i ;.. ,,,--t't u!t-r , r. _t l
tt, -itltwilt w mlo .ep --W t c n iae Itf _-e rou
linublbc aff~ik ^ h
I'li,,4IoImbiZ1 II 4t .i~isi~.. !% 1~*9 r nr-p iie p Y.ia'.1
f li .. the miIIi'mai*.-r *w nr -h -t -m ,', t ? t f i
-. e- .f. .ii's- p- w4 t
--+- "CiV ; ,r'h-t+.x "d rvH- ., , ..- f- I,-

r Vaintf&optite, and natl Ith-tu rer il
I-av a high !ius his :ht,- l u' u '-*:%! .n...-'
- +-.{ n-+: y t. i'-'iA -.sa --r -a. ;?
^-.r:+ -'-; ^ ,m .*^ = +r t-,$ t*c ,;: *n h ;'-.,.a
-t 0 5*:e't-t, A u ti -t i -
-^-^ -t.ee i-. .a-+i t^- s.?t l--.- h-- .ht-:_ .

1-i enx,,.ed iA IS
1 -1he ta -- -.
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*h-- -.. t '- :':-~-~i t t tti zre, 1 t'nf-'.-

*. *- : 1 l v . t1- i r .+l To itu.
^^t-r~~t:n. a s*h:-* uc s*trs' ntM-.n -~

Cres Scrofula
Mrs. IL J. Bowe, Medford, Mass.,- says her
mother has Leencured of Scrofula bytbe'usecf
four bottles of after having, had
munch other tre atnent, and being
reduced to qu tea low condinrM-
of health, as it wvas thought she could not live.

Cured ny little boy of bereditary
SScrofula, which appeared all over
Ships face.- For a year I had given
up ail hope of his recovery, when finally I -as
induced to use "& A few bottles
cured him, and no symptoms of
the disease remain. M BT. L.MATHEmS,
__. Mathme Miss.
Ousbook Ualond and Shin Diseases mailed free.
SwvnrT SepCIIC CO-. Atlanta. Ca.-
BEngtVPianos.oir,"n., a . na. wnat'A.'ts. Cal-
,LnSlalouge FkEE- Dan'l Beanty, Wash-
i ngton. N. J.

teuabw and beautia theb hair.
romwaoma lux amSat lulh-
ever Pan to estoe Gray
tai to itB YomotLfl Coor.
a- scalp dij-ses&a rh-laift
e.rad#LOfDst D XegP

Te Consum ptve andFe ebJSandalwhe
rf rftoaB6ag di, 5cMBK PAtk0 er
T ie.I1tenrthewor CoiAb. we"aklU o-e,-1.
Sdigetioa. FeaBle weaknes. RheniMA ndi. c._&L
HINIERCORMS. Theon reol orCy*.a
&,jo alpaunS. s es.- 15seo, at i

$500 Seward
WE wl3 paLy the above T .' ard .for a .y c z-e of LX-
CoinpInint. l)y4.epita, Sici. Heada-hr. !ndi:r-t-ion_ ':-
-timption or Cu?-tvseneyS we r-tnmot.dlflA t --- w ".--
V'egeIableLiverPils. wt-n thPl d.re".r-s .,- .:
complied with. They are piuwr h-zreth.e. agin- D t
ftiHl to de satisfaction. Sutr;:oait-J I'r;'e ii.-
containing 30 Pills, -at25 t. Bew..-e 4f *<-e-.am.-'-:;
and ituitatioutA. The genuine nia-'if:-.-tur-d o-Iy L
THEJOHN c. WEDT cOx-rA-NY. cic-iO, IA

SWhat's the Matter With It?
SIf vonu think lier,-!z anyih4-ilhe nm;tter
with your witch.t-, t U- taike i-a Ifxr;k at it
LDliont let it goo :on ticking iut--lf T de-trt--
tion. A few pt;r l-!e- of fus: i ij,. in a w+.-k
do more daIi-vt- thInu th opiJwti;ry W*-t:r aid
tearofa whole y.-nr cf kt-epinm_ timn. Aniy-
twatch is wl wO wrt-thi ttki<';iare1- Th: Tihe Itrt,-
your wat-h is worth. th- l.--:tt-r wor.h ;k .
caure of it is. Of thaT. kindl of thinz. we n;.k.-
a specialty, anti. ifouirrvhar..t-s air.- :tiit htmtl-
erate. there -isn't any .nt-h w,--l s:i-tf1-
eratioi in the dh-tionaryv urtlrhited or
otherwise. Havevc-u st--n our fie sto-k of
watehes, jewelry etc_. if not i 1v<--W. :i -call. 1
l... *SMIITH,
-North Sidte i-mre. ,G:ti :.qs-viii i, ^-'ELi.
S Irvm, adopi ,, a'blts
camr(!U 8t no'ume i-iLli-
c tIu v ti-n.B ar-ko:pa-
-- l i c I rs-;vm FREE.
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W Atlanta, Ga. Oflic" 104.3 '%WtiebaiIAS.

Health is Wealth!

Dn. E. C. WzST'S NmEiTZ ASB iBRAI3 TnxlT- I
E a g aranteed specific for Hysteria, Diza-
ae-a. Convulsions. Fits, -Servos Neurnlia,
ae cejierrousProtration. caused by rhet'aj
,f alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De-
, ression, Softening of the Brain. resulting in in.-'
sanity and leading to misery. decay and'death:
1'remature Old Age, Barrennpn., IDss of Power I
:i either sex. Involuntary Los-e and Spermator-
rhcea, caused by over-exertion of the brain, self.
".bise, or over-id.lgence. Each buox contains
o:ne months treatment. SLOO a box.or six boxes
for $5.O, sentbymail prepaionreceiptCofprice. GAINEVILLE,
so cure any case. Witheaehordertreceived byus
.or six boxes, accompanied with $5ADt we will

se.nd the purcaer orwritten (n-raa tw 1to re-
fund the moneyii the treatment-does not effect
a care. inarantees issued only by

Oea!a, Florida.




Fihftiea= a cmd Y y a w a d= d e.ibl a&a*t.
wBd p:actrbe It wife at 'b4- iiXi for 2= a -n a i a
fm'a an -ag r P~imarv. %eudWv WW Tort"

Sorea. 6 S- mriag., Rhbswsmazm. MiarM -%Old
Ch ucm that bwma i b a teA i J&t a all Ca-fC


--kto D]aaemam fncminzaCl~row =7C Fzk =p(ns.aAi
wa rr MSald Hnd, et,
P. P. Fa ba arfil tUsik. *d ad ceat mwepim,


" Gold Crowns, Gold Plaites and RrWide wk
*a speDialty + i ,,
13 RB^MlTH. -,
Office nat Residence, corner oft Eas i.-
and Churech streets. da,-tf ^
'OUT. E.-DAVI-zl, -

SOfficlte over Ralla-d t: Wa a-. s 110r" "

Offlee on Mechanic Stw, bet a-tUn Est ^maw
and W"est Ma:n stree:s. Prompt auemSI"
to business. ApI -Lf

Su YEE, I Proprietor.

B ru~if Z,-;*.1- r-ni.MULIPc yuj~
.L-.i: -i-- -y.: a,-2 p.i+o-. sad wh W!eed s ta i tkn
an f.a i-: -_-*'.*. i to awa-BI ezaelari'... we I Jo H r*
I+- --- a
F i -I
L "- _U E _- "

110 MllI.E- Srtetatu

QM Sn . .r ,, t t P. P ? k y A B-, ; -,Ash, I. A-- ,
SOLIDVE--TI W itT \Nthrourh -ith.
j.Z IV2%.. E 'T- in CENTI.ALI-NIoN DINiT.tor
i l 1 and the WFT -'- And wibh Trunth car linmefa

ITTT'1A' O t 'l0 tiT-Wl
~~ii~LjL'sP'ck, VCu I.L -st) withaTtrintrh TJl"F)IVW
Qan^U s~sK ^VS3^0, ;*-lar Mi~htt-., ioDEJTROIT
-gJACK'N-;VICK.' !r- t;, "P<,attin



Gas Companoy

Is prepared to lay aes pip-s, do plumbing
furnish easfltti-ir- and :4" .,-4--,+-rv -i'i-
ant-es for prndnc*n. '-,- .'-I :T ru .'hea
rates. They.are ale plr,-psrei to furnish

Gas Stoves


0:3 ii'- 1 '2 ~:it Uv eyou siom n'tital t-- r.4t-'in.
r ri t tIH1I tl.t r;;.- tt vii. M v tie!;'-.I, t
lint- of furniture hato cri-atd sotnet1hixiE
v'ry inut-h r.-tnmblinicg aen:sa-titin-t i- th,-
jlu-t -iephat i n iti-und unrtuestionsalI*- fu rnil ur.-

which thy wT' -.' It l ,nertrtate&ri,. triumph -f th- year. Nohlng an tu.rr'.-
oriee. reT'? or l-re.T-- .,r*-al. ',,-..-,-ea-, ,'nmT*i- -
Ine of all k-1 ndi. W.rk -,-rinte.i t oatitiifiMoich.
---- *- --- *- -- -- '- -~ 4 r-L-s c Tr r~ i ,a^c r r .djr e~a~r tv T on

~. V. DUKE,


--. ,,.-. L=k, :1 N. t., V +... ELL,, k ., l I-. I I o ...... ... .
Wh- b',,+h ",, ptleulatf -: thr inf- N"t. %I-hat
w-.- ,l;4- -i.- hi-: Th wy tI! h1 i-r Jiu-t as
nmu'-h to show for their money y-anr fr'-m

* wiEtise I iiquore n * K LiquoAJ-^PjL9 "*"* "" ,.'"""""
I (j-liverns-l. Luxar i-. an- not nn +-,.-a i'iie ai,l
e'-'*.' *. .

- .,-iuihwest i'or ,-i t "I- si" an.I l-nr: -' ,-..*.
TH _\I1'Cl *l-- A I' L:Y,. - -
- tAlNLtilA.LL. } !j!:lix\

- Tb-- la'-'.t ;zoro -td ;nti I.'nat-' i- R;,t. *.n
ir:-it y l ? ii Fki'. uot s:n;i'*-Ia1 l -.-
T ;-, 't-t ai-( r'i i -s-h -' *'- ,*,. S4 !:-:;.;_.,
i -r .t "t +h-;-?! ; F,,?', s-;!" ^i:-+, l*,su++,:?+. t i-

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I Niull IL -

4 .th< -aO-. 3 -hi Tp3-a'a! v fnal a ta
_n4 vsse-ru-raT,& e ~ 'iie 4 apt for
In. nv~A,_,f f A.a-2 aut. a-k t hti- d:-
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