Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01801
 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: March 5, 1893
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01801
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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5, 1893.



"- E W UoTOI, M"arcr 4-The c-onfer-
ems on the:deficleny bil agreed to re-
ject the senate amendment authorizing
he veretary of the treasury to s.ettie
thie a natgg -uanding between the
Uitowd st eS d Florida undcr the act

A- -bea
W.uiwo oeMar4h U begn t.>
irlaubot $ o'clock last nightr and has
rau aliostsconstantIy, changing oc-
calol)y to snow. The outlook is
very' idlteouraging for todays out door
-4K&,0jToN, S. C.,March: 4-In the
United States court ye-sterday a decit-
ion wat rendered in the case of the re-
Seeiver of the Richmnnd and Dantille
railroad to the effect that the court twill
retuse to Interfere in the suits bought
against railroads 1n the hands of receiv-
'rs unless the property was actually
seized. The case came up from Fair-
field county, where certain parties had
-obtained judgment fordwaages against
:the Cbharlotte, Columbia and Agusta
railroad. -The case Is alo pending in
the state court, and the United States
.iourt refuses .to interfere for that
reason, .
CHwAGo, March 4-A special from
Indianapolis, fId., says that the friends
-of ex-Governor Gray have received as-
,urarnces that he will be tendered the
Mexfiamission, by President Cleve-,
l0 -, and It is saad that the governor
-esieen fbrmatly _aotlfledtl, j- : _* ;.-
l>wocowo-rrv acuzs EXPLOSKIO.
WyimBBAuuixPa7 March 4-Enegne
'\lo. 44; Mthe Lhigh: Valley road,
e. oded her boiler near -McKunes'
Sstatiou, fifteen. mies north of Pittston,
yesterdayy -mornlng.killng Win. Brown,
a-pilo" 4who bhad been sent to assist the
train over the B!alo,.-dIvIsion,6 an

St -q-TlH wy ii .U.l=if.HWBUI II -* ..... "i' *1 I- .. '
-"- A tPle atLemon Tonic.
also the engineer, Perry Bte nburg, theA Pean i
fireman, and John Sehott, brakeman. For Biliousness. Constipation at
The force of the expl0sin carried the Malaria, Colds and the Grip.
., For. Indigestion., Sick -and Wervou
boiler off the frame, and what remained For Indigestion Sick and Nervo
of theengine held the trek and ran as For Sleeplessness, Nervousness .-a
far asFalls station, where it eame to a Heart Diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
tandstill on an up-grade. Ladies. for natural and thorough (
Ad L Y- oR.se. ganic regulation. take Lemon Elixir.
BADL KKOa Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is pr
NaYOn, March 4--Five children pared from. the. fresh juice of lemon
-Y omubtied with -other vegetable -livi
were uffocated esterday morning In cobn and cathartics. 50c and
wry ytonics, and cathartics. 50c. and
a rer room onthe to floor of the tene- bottles atdruggists.
-meat No. 194 Henry street. The chii- Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, A
-4ren were aloneat :he time, their pa- lanta, Ga. _-----
renta having left a short time previous, A Promteont Muatler Writes.
.locking them in .. After ten yearsof great suffering fro
Te aue of the tragedy Was a kero Indigestionwith great nervous prostr
tion, biliousness, disordered kidney at
sene stove which exploded In an adjoin- constipation, I havebeen cured by n
ing room, Tbe flames swept out Into Moxley's Lemon Elixirand am now
Sthethallway, andsoon the upperpordon well man. R C. C. AvsEld. I
of the house was in flames, wzi en the Curchouth o. TatnallSt A
flames Were extinguished four Bern- ant.
stein children were found in bed dead. G .rsutae, S .
Tbfiere had not touched the room, but yDR. Ii. MOLE-Dear Sir have nev
T.e using your Lemon "Elixir, r+I have nev
the children were suffocated while had another attack of those fearful i
*do*., Another child was found in headaches,.and thank God that I ha
anamber room also suffoate by smoke. atlast-founda iedicine that will ,
th-Ae-awful spells. MRs- ETTA V
CONFrSSECDIRiOnERS. JoN.s, Parkersburg, West Va-.
Prr".. rRG. Pa. March 4-It h j st --- --- -
been learned that one day last week,. Advertis.Ltterd ,
-when business was quiet in the eriminal List of letter.. remaining in the pWN
court, Gallaher and- Davidson, on the of i e Gainesville, Fla.. for the we
charge of ha% lug conspired to poison ending March 3, 1893. Persons caflii
then-AIunion-men at Hlomestead, came for these letters must say "'advertised
inepourt and oleAd guilty. It was One cent.Is doe on all such letters.
l.k'wu wy-it wasdone o ecrely, *reIS:
.The dbovry ws not made untilyes- Brown, Mr E) HaTrri Hattie.
terday w*heti heir names were an-. flawkin.. Molie, Hall, Georg.
B'oune aonthoetr ie nec Jack on, Nettie, MilLe. FinnieM
Ioneed among' those to mev e se n t" ene.1,"; -. ,
Body. Martin, Pareliner, RottedJge, Louisa,
-US.Tivit- N ,D. i oberson, Lavine, Skarver,- Magr i,
JM Eso:vi rh'. 4- il .l Tracv, Adelad, White. Mri C I.
41 JAacasxvitA March 4-Wotlliatn i. -"t '- '
m .rthur. Wit Jaek-on, A I.
k, at t he harn before tited States l n B. B MeDol, Joh,.
_' .'" ".,.- ,"+ . +m m ,lsioner .W Itt vestet day m orning ." "g """"' .. "' "'-
n charge o ba rBmnnon. C S. Mar-hall. J W
ancl ef ^^ 1 ^ tCarter Sath. Pen itt, L A.
"aminatlon and was p uced under a 1- L I r.
w- 5. whic ood untl Mon rtM rM w Smi. en ry.
k~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Co -- r ". (.olr, Eddie . Smith- J A.
wh-henhewll hae to give new (P- e Eddi. S" ".
al -V.'~~~~ '. Duks,. N elf-on. W bite. ... H.
Williams and his father seem t~o lie._ eo. Whnter C'iI.
Ste- eInto grauve tumble and ot W i G1r -W u 7 i -r ( .-
meten,-= ttl and th.e ro -t hin=or.s i: . x.
geIealr ha .-'been W rf ftg* .u A.
.l~ wlbwlw^^^ Jo b^ A.
ir conduct. aa it is intimatedt Iht x
JAM, -11 aBl.-I.11,,M
will be met rics deve.opmeut in ,
n'e a r *. . .t u r.- -. .
'A --X*0 DOG. 1
sit.. VIA, March I-Jack Knowl",
In town to purcasev ." a -un an d, .-
1^powde? aBd sho. Hie ha jesBt *
ar terribl insrperfnc. A i*W f- *
d wentwit JwkS ph"c bat wv"
v 'I& fite frTd .the -family to Xe, *
boos.and bar the 406orsC.Te

Skilled som hocw. Jack. had no gunk^ ^^
if ee e.'i-d sntisiB ) a:J d aSnd ttnees'. p ^ y
^ g M~e.W~en Ua da dperted Tb- o(v l~r^ a ft
a Mtwed ^~ rftint^ ittt U til hal e U mii i1C wi fHO










E T_ STAT .. we does de rest," an' hesaid itmeamt
AVER 1THE TATiE. d ,=+
: ityou break my shirt buttons anymore,
S* wif your blamed old flat iron, llismash
mTRAXSPIRLN'G in your darn bead wif a fence rail, so you
T S I I I kaint patternize such insuldn, re-
FLORIDA*. -ublications."--Retord.

borrowed a guin and killed it. The mad
dog killed-seven dogs and bit several
hogs -and cattle before being killed.
LONDON, Eng., March 4.-A serious
collision involving the probable loss of
a number of lives occurred night before
last in the English channel. A vessel
called the Cacique was sunk by an un-
known steamer. Ten survivors who
landed at Dover In a beat stated that
thirteen others were missing, and, it is
feared, lost. .
CLAKSV.LL, Tenn., March 4.-An
demic :eas prevails+ thi
About thirty *tdemts
pf the 86oiStwestern Presby~eriar- l inI.
ei are down with the disease.
Sevrl. cases of scarlet fever are re-
ported also.-
Mm A, Miss, March 4.-Report(S
have been received here that a- cyclone.
struck Marion, Miss., yesterday even-
ing, doing great damage. Several lives-
are reported lost.. -
: -ALANTA, Ga., March 4-Horace
Owens and H1 H. Black were yesterday
arraigned before United States Commis-
sioner Gaston upon a charge of aiding
and abettlngthe embezzlement of the
Ifunds of the Gate City National bank,
and were bound over to the court in
$5,000 each. They failed to give bond
and were sent-tojail.
Black tis the man with whom Red-
-wine, the defaulting cashier, was found
when captured by the police. He had
been bird by Owens to guard Redw ine.
When Owens, who 'i-a well known bai-
liff, was arrested, be .told conflicting
stories about his cotinetion with the
case, first saying that be was acting for
Redwioe's friends and afterwards that
he had -dW- ft Ie arrestand claim-
inlgthe rewa rd. 'i 'd'e told a story
of Owens bholdini -and dandd ending
$10,000 ransom. -
.At the hearing yesterday the detective
swore that on the $anday. before de-
falcation, Redwine and eleven friends
held a long eonsultation, presumably
about his troubles. :This feature of the
testimony has created a sensation.
-- .. 'I'- Ba' ...........

pear. next :uiniua-.

There was a little-disturbance on the
east side of the square yesterday after-
noon. A colored woman 'attempted to
make way with some of the goods be-
longing to Stein & Jacobs, but was held
up by the latter, who had her placed
under arrest.
A. L. Duncan, Atlanta; L. C. Seaton.
Louisville, Ky.; W. 0. Fulton, Win.
Yatman. R. ,. Hill, Ocala; J. Axllne,
Cincinnati; J. 0. -Loose, Baltimore;
W. Hi. Winship, Indiana,- and J. R.
Pitzer, Jack.aoville, were at the Brown
House yesterday.
I Mr. John Vaughn was In town 'th
week ad reports prospects for a large
cotton crop in his section of Alachua
county and that- some of the farmersI
100) acres, and of corn and
of corn and potatoes In like proportion-
If growers are- not careful they will put t
in too much cotton which willkeep the
price down-Fort White Bome'."r. -
The annual crivention of the Florida i
SState Sutidvay Schr.l A-s4ociatiin will.
.-.mbl.' it- the Presbyterian church at'
PKlatka.on Tite-yay. Mareh 14, an'd co-I
tin'ie until Fri&ady. March 17. Every
., one ,}el-
ei-xte to rverv fortY Sornlay v .chol,|
S"hit-r-.. h'ti vari.u-Q railroa.Jds of tlhe
:tat?' AiU r-a,,: Ihe w n-al rmilctiOnK in
rate"- ,f ne1 a114 one-tf':rth fare for the
Srvuud rip-

With two ehautauquas, a spiritual
campmeeting, the sub-tropical and a
colored state fair, all rm. ning at once,
Florida is receiving almost as much at-
tee tion as Hawaii.- Palatka Advertiser.
The Georgia Southern train one day
last week had 300 western excursionists.
This road is doing a fine passenger bus-
iness this season, and if Lake City pos-
sessed adequate hotel accommodations,
we might get a fair share of the tourist
travel.-Tobacco Plant.
Prof. Chas. F.. Mudge, of Baltimore,
is at the fair exhibiting his patent can-
ning apparatus. -He proposes to pre-
serve in any kind of fruit its eolor,
flavor and sha4e, something heretofore.
never accomplished in his line-Orlando
Among, the citrus fruit exhibits at the
fair is a bunch of twenty-one grapes ruit
on one twig, grown by Chas. Edgar, on
his grove at Gabriella. It took the prem-
ium, of course, and Mr. Edgar will send
it to the "old country" to show his
friends what he is doing in the "New
SHelen Harcet of Montclair, Lake
county, says ihbe .Ocala Banner; On
Thursday, Marte: 2nd, the Cbildrein's
Aid Sociery, of New York, proposes to.
bring to Ocala, for distributiofi among
those who previously sent in their -ap-
plicationrs for them, a company of boys
needing good homes. The companies
hAve usually been landed at- Jackson-
ville. Time present change is made in
order to give the the people of your
section and lower Florida -a change to
procure the boys without incurring the
expense to their fare from the more-dis-
tans point of Jacksonville.

_Willie WaMers, cdlotidC who was Im-
plicated in-the burning of the building
belonging to Capt. Roland Thomas, has
not as yet been arrested-. When last
seen he was in the vicinity of Rochelle.
Sheriff .Hilleary is confident of cap-
turing him in the course of a fewdays-. -
Owing tocircumstances beyond our
control we are unable to publish the
first instalment of the interesting novel
entitled "The Rajah's Ruby," in today's
paper. The opening chapters will ap-

Repairing neatly and promptly


Williams Block.

FIne. Confetloneris.
French candies at 20 cents per pound.-

McElree-s Wine of Cardul
for Wa'e by all Medicine -Desale-


Detectives l*. ,es. --
Detectives -

on the Watcb

U2rtigs corndwt and, ,provemeat au
tids to 'peronal enjoyment when
itly used-. The mlany, who liUv bet-
te than others and enjoy life more, with
- xpnditure, by .more promptly
ad*oting the world's best product to
tbe- needs -of physical being, will attest
bO-value to health of the pure liquid
activee principles embrace-d tihe
naedy, Syrup of Fip. .
I exzce~lene is due to its ipresem'ng
is Uhe form moat acceptable and pleas-
an to the tastethe.refreshing and truly
beamcial properties of a perfect lax-
a^; effectually -cleansing the system
w.illing ealds.t headaches and fever
-aia permanently curing constipation.
itB Ibs given satisfaction to million and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it aets on the Kid-
E, Liver and Bowels without weaken-.
l. them and it isperfectly free from
vWry objectionable substance.
S-yrup of Figs is for sale by all drnug-
Si tsin.50c andl $1 bottle, but it isman
u btred by the California Fig Syrup
Oe only, whose name is printed on every
pukage, aso the name, Syrup of Figs,
ani being well informed, you will no'
Afetpt any substitute if offered.
tmay sU 0T a.---

.' _.c' BlWoc.k....

eSott: Block. :.. .
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d "- --.. F-am i l y" -

d Family ++Gr rl+,fi0 e + ++
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Crockery, Wooden and Willo Ware .







Is the best in the city, and' if you try it you will b-b OQ
vinced of this fact.


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and-l Tin


& CO.,

","-= h..'l :A..Ib> s :a no io n0 pa- .to fldsomec i to tbe -tG.AI S r t .-. .T L VA
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o~-tsn f to ds-You ptr'&* Ale but
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B.aking.i^ ITC HT14WAJ H R UtBY* ^^^ L-k*+i'y

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We are prepared ; o-tit you nicely with clothes carefully cut in the-latete s t -
i s. Our assortment is so large and complete that the greatest lattiude i- boi-
sible in gratifying individuals ta-tes. He will be a hard man to pleAse who -fails
to get satisfaction. trom our

Spring & Summer DispI^y
Our stock grades well from Ilow to high. Should yowrant a low priced soit
for work and hard service, we shall please you perfectly, and from th.at1;int ,
through the intermediate grades to the finest dress suit, you will find us --wl
Prepared and witlhinc o do better by you than any one else -And now a-re yi
prepared to take us at our word sufliiently to call and see that in all things our
goods and prices are as represe(tled ? Of course, weask-no one to boy because
we clitim to give bargains in quality and price; we merely state t.ee fatl it
order that you may be sure-to cdoe. When onceyou are In moutr ,towe w wi-l
proceed to prove, thoronghly and completely, with higbh-gradem- goods., ad -the...
fairest of fair prices,-thac bargais do exist; that we give them, and that -
willbe pleasure, satisfaction anti economy in buytlngyour -
f~i'ping & ftiximmier Clothding
of us. Exending an urgent invitation to all -to call at an early date while our
wonderfully complete stock of -
Clothing Hats, Shoes, (Gents" Furnishing, Summer Coats
S "andVests, Trunks and Valises,
is fresh and unbroken, and promising to con itce on that we have a line of
wonder fully fine goods at-wonderfully moderate prices, reimaln, very truly yours.

JAMES M. GRAHAM President'n. JOHNJ.BA .vieeride-nL

The gFirrt National. Bank,

OF GAL.E...V.". uI -F .4f. L..A. -

01 y Chartered Bank inAlach -a County.
CAPITAL .. .... ... i ,.- ... -.
sURPLU. AND UNDIIVIDED PROFITS :.... ....... ... :l
Does exclfirively a banking busitnew. w*ith tacittiet equal .U )any batnk In tlbe8tatIle.t--iew
the account of Farmer,- Merct.ans, Corporatlons, Et. Interswst allowedby special
S atrrangemctit. All busnuet transM.ieid promptly.
March 1, tf I).F. G.ILHAM, IShM btH.-




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+ : A .In n -rr TY01 "WANT TO .
Avifi~~lluf- MT~ Aywl/I
ADVERTISE ol u-s -
A + + . .-.- yo~warr WA o- T K V.--
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A. 3- -' ..-, .. .. "-- *- -_-r--_ -

f--the rqwe

o- u mm b. id h d cte&a d atd
BIi conveyed& ls m m ma ow
Aw&MnD r Bdn p the tred an

'hod "^ _ii ri KJii aB -tfi

'It ceira 1IA rr* u&,a we fr.ma
lpmraB '., ,

-* -*mtlne"' am? vwim wbec nDS ew
-We They were here this
TiMumy-We'v. got *esa pupa. They
amake buly mis-Harper' Bazr.
-- .' -< B yi g I a m, _
"How many stamps do yom hel for a
qBarter?" shesad to the stamp clerk at
"Twenty-fl-re 1-cesnt 6 or 12 2-cent
-rn Lr V - -
"Don't you give back the odd cent
:f ag? 'm ,y -' :-' "
"Are they the Columbian stmps or
!Meold Iandvw
"I an give you eidflerm.m
"Dom't the old style oe cmte a little
e InIOW?" '
"I tIhoght they would. They are out
tBr. syJO yo"ow."
-- r 0 tThehe
---mea -fNoi3imew-on.m.p--"of post-
agand Ua-y-Peoole prefe them-"
"But their red color doesn't match
A mestyea o- envelaes." -
"I cant help that."
"C-ml.at yO MaR me a doz of the
2-0.imt e for 15 cmt I
"Gbaidi% JOm owi ts&aOr
"'No naa~ax.' -I

al"But that's barga dWay Tin the storess"
P by but not at the postoffce."
"When iyor bargain day?
"We don't have say."
"Not bave any bargain day1 Wel, 1
nowAn&--=-' :---i-tbe
%01- 'oa dof knom the. i
I a-~~~_a-
r go-

|mot w -lain *a d wyz
0H-b "ter Id-was learned and warm
He bad a pony that had a
vmm avermam to donkeys, and it was
-witUhegrmter difficulty that it coid
9e tto aoi m-of thaini as uh on
I" road.
Ohe day wAu riding to Forfir he
mt now -Qfi. ma iaaneraat ewrthen-
wae mer"mant wow -.dock in trade
aw drawn by a donkey. -The. pony
a"ed-- hbace iand-was saly -got
-w Mdtiseragetdu-
Tha minister, at SUrn. I& ti Uroad
afittle arilerim and befre his mind
w-quite comp x,- met the provot of
Yr far - .. I .
"A Sne day. provost," said the mins-

"Yes, fin day, Mr. Allan," replied the
"Do you think, provost, rm likelyto
aeeany more-Bnsa on this roud?"
The provost~md strong language in
reply. though there wa no came for it.
-Yaukee Bade. ..' --''

Who eithatlittle man talking to all
ikopeople crowding about him? He's
beenttratmgno sad of atterntisn t&-
"Why. haKe'I yott keardaf Jlnkina
tf -ra erqiloer. -us erefrosa
Ms .xpsditmo into -th. very heart of

.^wl Jioki t ht baa TW

. k.w- h l *-mit wt th e
A 01aumilftq,.
bare j" bom rng a -in# mtet-
-I dory of two M who were lot in
tt Adiroacha while hunting." mid
-I beapI wickin&s "Were you

-"I- m,-te^ fum mw YV9 ii**. WO -0 in
'^Wbat hrfatmw~yoau.Iwu lost in
IIR ad I &U tht I has
not su -bee fod.-Tit-Bit,

-Pi~nlope-lf dteadfulf Papa want,
we to marry ama_ 1 have in- . --
--. P That'. oug! My fath

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-^ T he Boi .rh SAW s -t
-w-Nrw-TO& plkta o
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3 .n & ___ -- -
-PiI B er ras .ai't

."Tm rv o oad- -m clubb .to.
-".New York P?*



-Ai& Th.iht -e Knew the Best Way to
"-"- ; /: IIw n Wte t -r "
SThe wi dresedyoung fellow with a
Csnd Sr.Rfpin insisted upon seeing
-~d- persally. No ordinary de-
^tecev. would do him. His business was-
oft the first importance, and he perse-
lvcred until he stood in the pre ece ot
theeadof the orce.
S"WeL, .-rwhat can we do for yo?
MEBhe- wa= very l-b 'And fee&
40duafenow's deieainirritated biv
? The youth looked mysteries, drew -
^Aaizwlyto the esk a placed his
fipacktoB theearof heofficia2L
yt Mlo w d shar~ely whaspored.

...e se66"-to- in ebad =a&- 4ztam-
_^ '. - '. .. ...* -

. ;..a -- ^ -- '- '-_ h ". '

a hs h.s -en loasmo apd
"6What have you done?' he nquired
casually srutifizi his visitor.
The fellow- with the diamond a .
ael y crossed his legs% e his
glance through the windows adUughed
in a- knowing way,.
."That's foryou to find out he loftily
&"We've gotsmtng else to do.
Good day."
The .young i'fa e fed n oticeably.
"aDo you. -mean to say that- aint
wanted for m th Aing?"' -
- T1echiefsoohis head.
"And y have no direction s to arrest
GNod day."
TBetter-look on your books and be
"ure. yTois isean important matter."
4I know without.-lookig."
Aned you dont want meg?
--"And. can't srem.der myself"'
"Not-ai the presentshowing."
-There was- nothing lofty about hisair
W. In a very bdued quiet way he
"- Mi ste -: -
AnBamused smleihted up th chiefs
-."I guens you're onto m-e.M"
The chiefnodded.
"1Y know Ihaven't don anytb g
to be- Wrested for."
i"Of c- 1e-Iknow it."-
I e ro slowly, toned his ct and

*A&o* a gret pr ement v it had only

I -_ y-m_-- .. be
I--ysst-s ,-

I nte-ane. hi- -
WThe chie yodded edeaned

ta agood-mind to arrst ymas a Vag."
"IOf nor.- e I n ,a nt -hat Arrest
fbrlar smurer, but isot asd

la. I m trin to ge-t-poular wuit
tIheyu le teo wer mission.
YIo would greatly sche me, if locia ng
woiad" ** .'-, - *
mewifh witr terrgl oudi er, butasa
In terror the young man with the dia- I
moo -ai fled lhe place.-Detroit 1
Trlbun__ j
F-med with it.
Whe Judge Bond of the UnitedlStatss
circuit court was holding a term once at
Raledgh, he was in viteA to meet severe
memers orf the bar at a dimmer, among
than thke late Hon. -Henry A. Gflhiacin
with whom the judge was very sociable,

but who was just the rather oat of
humor at some rulings his honor had
de against him. lIn a sportive humor
thejudge placed a hog's head which hap-
pmed to bein frontof him, and of which
Gffliam was known to be very fond, -on
plate .and sent it to Gilliam with hisI
omtlim GtlTliam received it with
great complacency, and taking it by one
ear while he went to work on -it with his
knife, remarked with A bow, "I am glad
that I ae at last got the ear-of the
court.-reen Bag. -
A"ways Hand.
Customer-Hiwaiter, bottle of Hun-
gar wine -
Waiterm (bringing the wine)-Do you
itfe tart or Swep2
Waie C-,ft -up be bottle)--S.
Custemuai 'rtmukhfd)-'What are you
Ythe i far? . '
WaiIe-Yein w the sugar lies at the
botm. Wtm uae t it is tart H -
garian win.!- M~ristisc. Batter.
S. .- I '. i8 7. '
_Itbre (to hera maidf all work-
-MW Muaoe..- theA ftirs getting k-w.
Will yo be kind enough to. go to my
Soom and bring me three -pi of coa
froim my jewel cwe?-Elmira Gazette.
'ay ScheeTr^~ Tetamirr


Spokesman-We frliha is a-gittin a
kid "' tird ie do raf mAtt -we'
b ittin frim di library, -an we want
I k dw w .y yoa don't stock de piece
x -a wotk l mWi er- t -. .like -,e
Knife ilk e Hd t- or )-Do D"d Mates
i Socks," or *mathin o' ttak t fatd?-Le.^
w d t" T wmng.
Sm*al"ams*&emu a bmam&
-*- W I'~ .IR ify I io-.
- c-- .. "

Verdilas began a new opera based an
^ .j^^*^^ "Wiofs Lear..*
L Broso Howard has gone to theSand-
Glen Msacdonoh new py calledS
' -- Glen Macdonoxighs new -play is called

"'Delmonidco's at Six"
Mime. Dun- is to remain at the New
York Fifth Avenue theater until March
Dixey is making arrangements to re-
vi- e -Adonis with several of the orig-
inal cast
C hrk Frohman has produced 10
plays recently, nine of which are great

. arles Overt has bought the Eng-
ih r ts of Belac "and Fyles' The
fGrll IILdft Behind Me."
Bessie Bon!eWli ays from London that
she And M-gg4e Ca we ae now good
f rin as tWey always have been-
SMrs. Minia Gale-Hayes bas publicly
itnme he etrinto to retirp|
from the stage at the end of the present

Lilan uell is. said to have the re-
fusal of -the rights-this country to
the new opera upon which O~iert and
ivan -are at work.
Walter McDougall, the clever artist
of the New York World and a N-Newar!
newspaper man, are collaborating on
spectacular piay soon to be producedd.
A theatrical writer inL;ondon ha
adoptedd the-verb 1to mnatinise. --as mean
Ing "to -produce at a matinee." T.p j
new expression has the merit of colnve-
i g crisply- what can only _be -otherwise
stated in a roundabout fashion.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox dances almost as
well aa she v ites.
RMr Samuel S. Colgate is considered
one of the best dressed women in New
The decorations .of Mrs. Potter Palm-
efs music room are copied from the Al- -
stte Kass isnmdJen n
An Indian girl student at Haskell in-:
atit.te, Kansas. named Jenny One j
Feather. She is a bright, intelligent stu--
dent and stands at the head of her class.
Lord Ashburnham is very rich and is
an intimate friend and firm adherent of
Don Carlos of Spain, having acted as the
latter's go between in the recent dispute
with the Comte de Paris.
Mrs. Lease, the famous Kansas woman
whose oratory aided the Populist party so
materially during the campaign. is a!
practicing attorney in the Kansas courts
and the wife of a druggist i n Wichita. i
where they- residde.
"Professor Garner, the monkey talk
man, is inAfrica inquiring and experi-
menting concerning monkey speech-. He
writes that he has gathered much vaiu--
able data and was about to begin his real
work. He expects to start homeward
about August of this year.
Gladstone has attained & greater
than any other la nister of -
-m&- Lord erston died at S-,
tatha:i at 7-. Fox at 7. Pitt at 47.
.at .i, Sir Robert Peel at 62:
Earl Rumel attained the age of 86, but
did not hold office after he was 74. Lord

Beacosafield died at 7.
completed his 83d year.

Gladstone has

p, o3



Get abstracts, of your lands.
Prices have been greatly re-
duce&- See that the titles to

your home is safe.

The most

of your land titles need to be
perfected. A stract Books

-how all about your

For abstracts apply to


The Alachu t ountfAbstiract Co.1

Under and by virtue of an order Issued out
of the court of the conntyjudge in and for
Alachna county. state of Florida, on the 21st
day of FebruarU, A. D.,. 18, inmatter of pe-
tition of J. M. DaCosta, as administrator of
the estate of Rachel Pretto, deceased, for or-
der to sell real #state of said estate fr the
payment of debts of said estate, whereby the
und-rsigned was apDointed comnisoner to
sell certain real estate of the said decedent
for the paYmentof debts, I shall, on the first
Monday in Ai.ril, the3d-&_ay of said month,
A. DI., i8, durinigt-e legal hours of sale, sell
to the highest.bidder for cash in front of the
court house door of Alaehua- county, at
uainesyile, Florida, aI- the following de-
scribed property situate, lying and being in
the coantyof A achna and state of Florida.
to-wit: An undivided one half interest in
section eight (8), fractioual section twenty-
two (22), fractional section two (2. fractional
section three (), section eleven (1I); all in
township ine south of range nineteen (19J
xxxx east. Containing twenty-one hundred
and ninety2lSOW acres.
frlmar&LSw- Commissioner.
S-.NOIl'LCE.- : "

Notice is hereby given that at the session
of the Florida Legislature to convene in
Tallahassee in April, IS9, application will
bewmadefor the pS8ae of an act amendatory
of an act pai-d by the l'Ast leisIlature of
Florida granting a special charter to the
City of Galnesvlle.
S edaesday, February 15, I .L. .ld
Six months after the first publication o.
this notice, I will present my final- accounts
and vouchers to the County Judge,in-and iot
Alachua county, state of Florida, and ask 'c
be discharged from further administering
theeate of Mary B. Tarlay deceased.,
0. T. TORLAY, Admisistrator.
Thur OctI3woami5m..

Land Office at Glainesville. PI I-
V "otie Feb. llth.- 1 9.
Notce is hereby Riven that- the fol wing-
named settler ha iled- notice of his Inten-
tion to make fintil proof in support o hi.r
claim, And that. aid proof will be made be-
fore Reglistei-r und Receiver at Gainesvlle
Fla..on APRIL tl. 1893, viz:
Homestead l$* for the east half of south
west quarter and south vest quarter of south
west quarter, section 2-, township 7 south,
Strange 17.east.
SHe names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and eultiva-
Stionof said land, viz:
I. W. Vaughn of High Springs_ Fla, W. A.

The Baltimore and Lehigh Railroad
company has completed arrangements to
standard gauge the road.
It is stated that train 20 over the Van-
dalia line in 1892 paid the largest per
cent per mie run of any scheduled train
croadng Indiana in either direction.
The 10-wheel locomotives on the St.
Louis division of the Big Four are de-
veloping a high rate of speed-. One of
them, with unfavorable conditions of
weather and tack, averaged a mile in 48
seconds for a distance of three miles.
A road an miles long, called the Ni-
agara Junction, is beingbuilt at Niagara
Falls by the Cataract Construction com-
pany. The greater part of the line is
now under way and will connect with
Sthe New York Central's Lockport
An old project, that of building a ral-
road among the summit of the P&"iadee,
has been revived. The scheme nw is
to- run tbe road froa onnt with
the Nort Hudson O unty Eevate&dsys-
tem at Guttenbrg,. N. J., to the north-
,end of Bergen county. -
It lthe intention of the New York,
-Saaqehn and Western to establish a
cod storag e yard at Little Ferry, N. J..
so that incoming coal trains can deliver
Scats there for distribution instead of
turning them over to the Delaware
ILaE awann and Western at Waest End.

Out of 42 tr, mf t earned -, or

better in 192 -20 were 4 years old Th E
der.-.-' . i .- .-""
The erningcapacity of pacers on the . .
turf snow said to be equal to that of W l^ !''it I .j-
the trotted, rs." A .-- a-, t..- :.: tr-r- -- ,. -.. ---- ti- --s -
One bundrei and srerT-fgve declara- :-.-;v h ,. pHu* --
tio b have been made from the American -
* 50ebv lesv in- m. Wnr s
A I he a linsI le 1ivead V
Rupee f;. 21 ac g1 te-"r is scnt a smgm ^^n'^^ l Ole "of k
p~ca-cr no even a n2aixed --Trainer Bither sav 2.<'T is s Kreminn's limit. *He wuiR trot in 2-Q.0 :t
th a a -s ..j ,- S -- -,, a. --" -" .- ..

Thefma gersof. theTr=ttOgCb e |' b
&ns res by the goverst=mwt r
o TFranetowtrverno-l e than CO) :- -
_ .'r 'n .v !i . *
pur"s at e-I of the- eetmvgs. .t g ?? -. -a
HOC. Jam*- Wise aof Austrah4's .-: ----- -- -&
(breMer.et uaed to -rr, e --- - t-- -.i 1 I
Ix ru mrsevewr-y cday, but a 8g7 1; -
i orsis acoc =2 balf a cetUry" &4.I &-r* pr e r-p .1, =-gf tIt d
Warren Carbart, aged 1&yes, is the Te...- a a '. OtW
yous~va t?czsg honm bnwdcr in the Ik be mFa L rturn ex-m ork #
IUnied Smi. H'ais cftmoantAe be*
I". A.geles ny., firfer a(* i froc p"v .s odae as I* to t yea,00s
' n ^ of n? !aeitA^ ed or 5 04-1"ye p~zis.
F Oi Sa OWNS anm dTi. mm h1;oa i (iWE LIJTD-

1H. F'

ID UL'ErT'-4i C 4DO0..

Health is Wealth

I. . C.. Wa ST's .S1EE AD BAIm TmB T-
iT, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi.
iess. on uuldons, Fio its, Nervous Neralgia,
vieadaea, Nervous Prostration. caused bythause
.r alcohol or tfbascco. Wakefueness, Mental Do.
r-sson, Softeningof the Brain. resulting i-in
-anity and leading to misery, decay and death;
km!atcre Old Age, Barrenness, s of-Power
- eithers-x. IAn uolmutayL eses .an Spe--rmator-
h-a, cma-sd by over-exertion of the brain, self-
base, or over-idgence. Each box contains
re moth'streatment. )a-box.or-six-bxes
or 3.l, snt byr mail rrepaid on receipt ofpnce.
o-cure any cae-. With eachorderreeI us y us
1or six bozes, accompanied with S5MX -we will
! d the trc',reer cr written guarantee tore-
fnad thae money if the treatment doe not effect
.zre. Guarantees issued only by
-. Olt-ala Florida.

e pl vCi:y of ., Fo naI..TWurstn R lbatigI
Gate City -----...Thursday. Mctn.1 4jI
"(This ship does not carry
Dessoug. ----S..unday, Feb.5,
De-Asoug- Wednem-day. Mcli?,
e .oug-----,-aturday.eb. -, A i
pAvannah, Florida and Western Rsay, wayVm
cross short Line, oefrr to the traveling iublie- d shippers advantages eoualied by noi
Lines. Through tickets and bills of lading issued-to principal points Northt, East and
east. For information and reservation of rooms, see nearest ticket agent, or apply to
C. 0G. ANDERSY)N. Agent, W.H. LUCAS, Florida Fassenger Agea,
avannahGa. B. .. PRICE, olicilUng Agent-
G. 31. SORREL, Manager. W. E. ARNOLD, Gen. Tray. Puss. Agent, .
av-nrah, GI. 71- We-t Bay -t., Jacksonvlle, FII--




A new and complete line of Spri
i. : ~
goods which we are selling at.


Beside our regular stock w:

have many remnants, short ends

and other lines of 'good which



)A -, Agents,

- Gai.Te'.ville,

P'.i~r Bkick.

mt )nl Frt-(.a.- Cornpanue. epresente .
all in-ur.ncr mnatterm.

A. O.



Wholesa-e and ..-t.liI

Dv-aIer in


Tinware. Mill Snppier

i LAST I' c r Hot-.Z sQE~A. oAIN mT,'L. rL



in us before


A~i0__O N:_____

Vaughbn of High -prines. Fa.. P W B. Riv-Iere I1 CI9 f II
of High Springs. Fia.,FE..s. .-willey of Higu 1 !lnl l ou t h1 ll
Spring's Fla.-". -*
SALEX LYNCH. Register. Don- t fa to cal
Editores fee paid. - Dontfa to call o
S.TISA D7TT"a mwe e fifi a i |-hi ". .
t -Ito e besat le, o fo r *&a* mo
r it. In ,eer footIvwear by TIrebaitag I *w^ Aw -. }-fI I
. ug.I. Sboes. h repr"sntfIwp' cespectft

j 0 1100 TI -$.0 N

i t2.L~f y I I I 2.8S __------ ......... --~ --.. .. r-
$2000-v 9 i lIl l,7 !. *" L"- "-I
FORa am
i i Fire, Life, Accide

W. L DOUCLAS And Plate G
!-$3-SHOE: .,M i r -"
OTIIM 8rXgALTIS t foctwi .w mofa
nil **HMw U adwand AVVNmt a ummey aI-sh
ri b-ey aesabwg eg. - -i .-
W.- J P u Mi-fl. HiA.MPTO-aN & J I
J. 1. MATHUN-)N... ai n-vimte. vi: :


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;Gmne-ioville. : ' -Florit

I.Do a General Banking Buslness, buy and sell Foreign and Dpmesrin Excna- -
The accounts of Banks. Bankers. Corporations. Farmers, Merchants and f
S others received on favorable terms. Special facilities for makniIg -
SCollectionsoun all aesileixDoints inthe United States& -.-;._. r

I Below we call attet-ntion to the fict that we have |. lv ..e
S quantity of Sea Island Cotton Planting --

-.selected, imported direct from the -S

Islands of South Carolina. -
S 'o..1 per bushel. $2.5 Fiber from 1 3-4 to 2 inches.
Super bushel, Fiber from 5-8 to 13-4 inches. (I0F.O. B.Ca I|
Gainesville. Fla. Reduicediates on quantities varying from
50bushels)- _ "..

|-- -- "- ^- The Finest and Fastest P
ger Steamships Flymg the-
American Flag.'
Schedule for March, 1
(c-entrsl or W 'Meridilan Tlme4)
S"* =.-Tallabaee ....wednesday. FLe 1..
S^ r -,.- -Kansas City .... Friday. FebW, 1i.2
Chattahoodbee .Saura. e.
Nacooebee ----- Monday, Feb.27,
City of Birmintham Wed., Xe. ,
C- -. ot.AugsMta. Friday, Mck. 3.I
-llahassee.- at rday,~ M1eh. _
CiKasIty ...... Moo.
Chartahooahee.------Wed_, Mch. 15
"a"eooehee- y --- Friday, eI. 1l, n11
: -" l City of Birwin.cham. Sat-Mch.-11;
"Ii City ot A ug-us-t.. Monday, MVeh. 12,
i .. [/ "Tallaha-sc_ ... .W _d XrL 14eh
} i t " j ~~~~Kansa- Vity_... :il,:rb 7 Ii
,.. , L- | t'hattahi ehee..... .-at., Mch.. 1 "
N- a"oohee... .-,onday, M h.2k I
Cityof Macon -...Thursday. eb.w,nU
Gate Cit-v ....-...Thursday. Meh. 2. -





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F51~ or tworeas I stffered'tj
'- Iwith stomach -trouble, and
S-. ,al that time under treatmn
I.- ..physician. He finally. aftk
everything, said stomach V
.-". i-j worn out, and that I weft
"4--" .- /::? cease eating olid fo0dt dd
least I was so weak -
not work- Fianly

x etite bec ate.ni t '
Ino bad effects dl :
,-! feelnow likea, haseW:
-- hhisider that~saiu i
AA x

...~.1 Ftower for. _..
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I-- 'eno l k a -"---.-,- --" -

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L-s~g flI worst formK

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5., ii 3

g AY, Prowietor.

a ktr11f te United
^ ft A pr year, $Sl0sxl
m~me min oSbciats fone $

iiifriorw:Btm V. I-n
*iBar rR- B -e O a C Be- -

l aaB oimexto g Wattb eeomaduoe after

STwhMedade I*im riirtri c act PartIe not
S .at.w.-f i e reare tso pay or ad-

riii .1m iThImay, aad o.etai a an
:tba iftba we Loesle WLate mad Gke-
n ItSbe etd ct yit r be fofb

AR abiinuminfls a oin be usadm y u

S The ourth ay of Xarc, in qad-
A preA le ntima e ofr this greater
uenet, ~is being made a very con-
S iewm one. Wbether this Is con:s-
test wilh the Demoeratie precedents of
itsrfonders1, it Is- no wothb while to
Atop- to moasideruDow.
.YeAerdiy wA inu grated by peace-
1 ftl e national eliange of ndi-
vidial rulers and ana alpot entire
e~versadof the national policy of a gov-
F1 Kher.ae n t-ads abreast oith cthe
0foremwlst power of the ecth.i A ireatr,
s pBonsrei4eity ofAor-reareing relo-
\ lao cannot be conceivedf of. Yet it is

Sta e Pof war. at nBert score is made
^t ide or itsri wt- in fLarr ofe poi-
It M-11 ^y i -fa Pf| excidOg interesLt
1 repnspsibIrty at covera' wisely

%M: ^ f otisAae n power. To

~I. ^ OfI114me Mi unis UBO tile
a^^^^^^ ^nlf4teteat the in-

warrantfor the coo-
etht the- -DemocraticI
wil at One enter upon
n:e uly helpful to
b ichthe party It
proud. This it might
-were ht not that the
Displaced hy bits
of embarrtab-s-
Sfiaction. To
eg~istiou rand
Sbesat will -re.
judgment, in
-*88Mys bene-
- eijsa-y and n

im -: -MJust twe
^1'P! that the state

advoat. oBf taxaObw"
.se vt chu nsk at the
a cu a- square pay-
-own Vrimi-
want other1
-^Sii rfewt ri^trt ttrtf*
I- 'NruVas he iP payrI the
_J ^attempdargtd in his
JneWofwetinJloIfg. It
k ostityof4 eateBBem.e COn-
',: :BWhkq s mt ge
/ ~ea


Holy Trinity Church, ev.-,A. T.
Sharpe,. ectfr-10 :30 Litany and Holy
Comimunion. Evening prayer .ud ser-
amo 730 p.m. Daily service through

Catholic Church, Father P. J. -Lynch,
SPstor-Mass in the morning at 8:30
o'clock.- Bemediction of the Blersed
:Sacramenat p.m. -

by local applications;as they-cannot reach
thei diseasedportfon of the ear..- There
Is only one way to: cre deafne and
that lsby constitutionml remedies. Deaf-
nss, is caused by an iniamation, of the
-mouwus lining of the EustachIan Tube.
Wtnthi tube is -inflamed -you'- have a
rumbling sound of imperfuet bearing,
and whestt isentirely closed, Deafess-
is the resum aand unles thebi infamatinm
can be takei tt athi tbe- restored
to Its noral Sdeintroved fore ie ot of te
anrecae byd _O aw*h- f oa
t[be- idialmi

+ ,h.-ri

-(to bier =a id

---Yo you be- linh -o- t c ii the-
-^sS'^^^^t; wen ^^^^ fr
a-lb ad bring me thre know i

....h -ua av -a thi T

-- _-1-3 : -. .+
whe+ rnd all fiitte ewhoa

of o--_h. t-,r-j --e w a 44t nthe ,- _I
-h" I ftew hnea' is MklJ Jd CAI th"

Iqi. ...pm~, ~ all,
: publi I L&lboah

nee-IFiLZit~~Sfi ifPET5

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one-half are di t-ih waoder.o staff as seen at ChieW i move the line to here it properly be. Notice is hereby given that I- ha-ve e -te
oe-hl ....is- Mi aer. Grayish white is its natwal i longs. It is wo:-h agitating.-Tomb- upon and that on Mnday, the dl day of
tion on theil t -iad e Ian of itsg Jrack- atm (A.T)+ "April. A. _D., 1- between the legal
ion on me '"'"M^^^i H task.- ad the basis of itssuccess akjack- 1 stone (A T ) Pbowsectr apiU a- D"1 between lhe ^s^ tara
complaints ak but itfwill take an tint _.at of sale, I .j. M. Dell, Collector of Uievwetor
nre ne S tpn d- - the city of Galues v'le, will sell at p.b t
advisealleour hoosesta n martin lv" PJi aing dor i China.outcry before the court house door,ia nid
opportunity t Aain uesoft bloomff ef the hra- r A cu ious *case of- arrest and pnish- city of Gaines41ie, Alachua ctmrty, Fl-rd
ad ta Staff is an expedient borrowed ot idol took|P re Sty a of to in higestad bet bidder therefora- the
t h T-..+at - -the Latin countries and muchcnul-1 mt cenr shares of lock ituThe Firs Natfxal Bank
......a in,, -m Aiff lCS..nyrch. ild,__ IA.., ^ s Foochoo, China. The idols of a certain J0 Gainesville. Florida, for the non .aymea
Large bottleS~ riy ab"A; Soath America. Any -child, telnile n ^ that wea of the tsrx& due thereon to mad-cty of
drugiebotts. - iedthe r mec anism of & i inaciy were oe appea i ainevllie. or so much thereof as may be -
make it.- after being pr ih b persons ho desired to be reenged necssar to pay the taxes due and asened
The whiskey which has made S.geltin ms anda wter n on their enemies. they were jagains the s respeeUtvely. and expes-
Sfoo i Om Prrivate ostsadd r~t- n th -. "to ca-ae dea&tt to those against whom 40 share olsMo each, the lull value paid
n no oh .--tdPle, Ho th wor- -yece a.to-wt: .
Drgaosink is Oldea to Prvthem w diastede oten thereon to &ad eorporation, ownd by J.
S appeared to enjoy seizing handful ls Jh* recently Jamison, or the non-payment of maw- .-
Doypesti-a .ssl e .. xceliotr eor fiber, dipping tbem in the the Tartar mli tary died sW sed thereon for theyears l0 and aI and
amn theiIsud then slashing thea brons i Slid the idea got- abroad among1 $ilioy e
-In, their worst forms am scored a the s g the fibrous ) ^hare do owned by Timothy Ktney or
use-ofP-. P. P. If ou ame debli l i ove- the rface of the mold' t pope tat he had been slain by thae the non-payment of t tes amessed thereom
"m. wt"e...- .... .."h-mol!--vO The "i"royndo V o .and" .
and. run down, or if yon -need at$^ e the staff has hrdened, th relt ios in qson T.e ieroy of rthe ]sl-I m Kot,.-?1 .tip e.tor
regain "es and wt appetite, ht and aPce, hearing this, t ;once gave or- npayn-&utn, of tAxes asesed there tor
cast! isd deigite lgtdakae.ttcie der tha t they were to be arrested and yeas L"and Id 1an Metitd (' rj^ iL
and vtgor, take P. .,, aando'- yo. wbK ny walk to his joiD wi-hi 1 ers i 10 share do owned by Johnl hheTdan for
6 strson -and healthy' Fr to e side of a marble p ished. They were of wood and about :ihe non-paynmer of tax.-a asss ed thereon
. .oeof .th o ".ide of a ma ao"'.h dow the - by ohn. orner fo
Inml is- the kingL of mede-. i a .. n Whie itis alittie jg-en- before the prefect, their eyes on py-pn-nt of taxes .ee- thereon for
P. Bi th.c bed p i! it may rbe asily sawed and .were put-out so that they should not : 0 ad oand "
h1shates do owned by P.. S- NinshalI for
world. _For _a.e by -a i eed, audnailsaZe used ats in p More w:hoas their judge and be e Pab to tron- the o ?n. pay-?Th wf uje.x assetod thereon
- over, rouh joints are no ection- i ble him either ere or hereafter. After I or the yea" r and l4w Sud -crt. M1ix
am "^oa& no iittD shares do owned byY A- -SWIA-r for oen
a ittle wet plaster srves to- weld -t a feiull ietgonrptwas -mt to p.ment of taxes ssewd thereon-.- for th
B pieces into a tnisrbds mrface. -in the the viceroy, who gave orders that the- year ii0 and 1aond mnots, I2j
rough climate of Lake Michig Atan isidols Should be beheaded, their bodies be &" .f 'Yment f Lax" a' f~ -A tr 1'' orth
+ acmte ast into a pond.- and their "s rimernt of taxe asnd1 sd thereon for the
expected to last about sax years, which is mtopoand artnpefl aad i4( and cosis.ii.
av the -average- life oft the lsbls to pr-ev snt t. fom ron tpi trsdi o rr F. Grahamn for
Min- | istr]y. 'Great isstaff.!-C. C Buel in t pe e f the city in. fma year ad -r aaud teot,.
111Hd1 B _Tni : -- - .. .- -- 'e.ury 5 share-a do owsnd by JohnS "traio for Di-
.-.-. .. --. .t a -- pam nt of taaxe fs a bee thereon for the
-_-.. Ca__t .Wx by.. TaL -yeara f sd a an0 d oandut. ll l
__ __ __ __ -?--- --': Cape Ha to Cape T m ey Br w *aM Hu h -. m of ia '^ Hughes, lr hat'heoownedbyJonJ o rtess-
t d to e ( of life--i _red ing in East Whitelandp while e 0rtet o ltax0 assessed teretoa for th
."Se w.in bea pretty irlbe els has a lt. cive ftnc-to r -. d his midda- meal a day or t o -ag shatr do ow ed by J-. Mi -rt for n +-_
tO 1* Ing n4. of p-sree *Ases-5. show-*&- d *i tfor tse
.WhaCs th at" aed C arny, people noW li.vmg heard a dog barking in his eard, aaddg year Is and iWhsa -, ctan. --et.r-
terg Hr -iatrafel byco tiyinuous rad fr;om as ten ingoutside saw -a ltarg f ox f 'h, do oi*- b V J ai.M 4- 4;rat'ifor-
soreli--f r Her f~atirr a ay e 6 Horn to the Cape of Good Hope- IcMorner a f th ntre ardf-f inL frt of it ,
wiharv--0,th t rleb tv ,c, i "plane ofan" P-Amca raiwayto dog. The anirtal was fairy trayped -" m drby: byr w .Ahtf.ors-
Ii, that's ttlv tios. i-comnect the South American the two fnce, lehin4 tiog i t I W %sbbi for n.n-
r.. t bu gI h ch -to,. the tru through Cntra America, ih the front. A bnli.it -idea -ddenl ra.n T -,,.. ,.. -
yon. ..t a otrr. lo. it noe no iti e. cteto Mc ade e Uted through te-rin of L-arry. fas =teing_ r nt. -st1atet ant.s., ata ?

To;.ks r -f P. P. .- : da Pa-it -win u jtth Pteae +-. taL. Th fx ure a.nd triedto b .t. 0 Is' .. t T t.- t I"
voue ndot ^w^ ^ ^ % aiw or Ma'h,, .. n e n t a.t _u Ad not reachh h -i o.n '-a a ... Aie- TO,
Gorrno a rer i cr eLhad t-b t4 bari t. t these- ita- county &fv tae fece. Larry wa is a & 5i5 4i.t t' tiif _, UW. r
the tountry verl' ?ime -^e 1"red 1 :tB~fko2 &nry H- hd 'o. t .45- -

...k t. Aeim wt a. a r.. .td- cx + .. .. 1ls -nox- -ra.. --i + .. .. t
(eve y an r ai _--:_r s .ir m ie. +- -rn tah, "facrte wh-c- a?-- +en a .-----d scr e':d a w % +e- --. ct a* fe.O r
dru. w t- t ox.h ... n-e o._ t< fez we rqucs-n- .a .
-. it." ( i rai ravne l u l -er-am w-b_-fr.omb tC-eS P -. News _. .- .- l st,,.=. for
L;'_ andr- )-rappedi 4m r iB s -Sbfyi t1- ai 14i6re n- 5 -a .. s .i1 -- yo. I-- ,-ad-h qub os_+--w Qit. _,-v-- ,...- -J,- ---+_7 lia' -c-. '-IfeJ'va"d-LV_, 4 *i. ,i
-n At- sr x-i &Z Cis.o'.klu Pt w vi^ _A 1- ~- / I ", ~ iovrS ---a
b" rh tt --2* av Africa the c4 1str--cor f a dr fr-s I a in ib. m t e a -F .' B4 a-i.< .1

Ato time cape ough ttoJ ti rz i aov'sig ^ine a bnory 4irso ^ h'- b.sem*.#.^i ^^J i ^
4"Vradl (Nd t1 ____, __ i

Crosic Scub- Feary Sr .r r .X th clo^ was n e whc tc 7e-r cl ib an e
.-be er ami w -hre mcc ae t,., t :ax

Lhe vFti. &Smtaeta So& b. M|IovedU U4 fr will aiSAM M",aH.e3 bad b tfi. the g trrs ty H^ Mata frb
raolr. 16ww w 1i az u it it radrhal ta amr d C '& P ?uSss ii.
box-1lzt, wh SM Y iWtx
1 r _W K X - e x p o'c lot 4
l*^oarIte I"~ &X~u Pil^ S -1'^^ ^ ^ ja j i in- -A 4-ft 4i-j AW- jL

JL- A -M- --__W-0----o --h^i-Is

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-The Cofrier4oura, rerriag to the
noble sacrifice made by. Mrs.-: McKinley
in givi._n up her private fortune to pay
her husband;+s debts, says that "Gov.
MeKimley after all, is richer than many
a millionaire today.- o man with such
a wife as Mrs. MeKiley ean ever. be
Soorwhle sbe rves.": It iswhen tro-
ble comes that the womanly nature is at
its best, and it is then that one- realizes
what it is to havethe eonsolation and
assistance of that best gift .of -God to
mn.,-Tamipa Timee.

The present system of paying costs in
criminal proceedings, whileitendangers
the financial condition of the state,
works great hardships in forcing -lavw-
abiding counties to pay the expenses of
the lawless population of other counties-
Its operations are unequal and neces-
sarily unjnst.-Extract -from Comp-
troller's report]--Tat's enough gospel
truth to sound the death-ksell of the
present law governmig criminal prose-
eadtios.-Bradford Telegraph.

Whem in 1884 each county paid: the
expense of its criminal proesactions
Bradford's asessmesent was-six mills.
Now when the state pays this expense
she is assesed ten mills.- This Increase
we mustpay- to sustain the -criminal
curts of other counties. Let the "gen-
tlemen from Bradford" bend their. ef-
forts to amend the constitution that per-
mits this outrage.-Telfgraph.-

The cotton market reports of the Sa-
vannah Morning News are ordered by
the United States treasury department
to be recognized as the standard at the
custom house. The collector is required
to have all manifests of cotton offered
for export carefully serutinized as -to
prices of the above standard.

"Changing the subject," said a 'tele-
graph operator, L"there. was a funny
message went over my wire today. It
made everybody on the line laugh and
put in some word of comment. It read:
-'Dear Grandma: I am born. Mother
doin.well; sends love."' -

"Do you love your teacher?".
-"I suppose have to,."
"Why so. Tommy ?" -
"Because the Bible says we must love
our enemies."'-Texas Siftings.

W. her We Wrstip.
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. -A.
Bn. Crur, Pastor-Regular- servies in
themorn ngat-. 10 ". :- and eveninge at
7.Sunday school a t 3 p. a: A
Icordiai weaco e extended to al.

7ie p.myR. L. Sor,' p rusdin mg olati
-wr opyeenplpmorning- ,d eKye

First B -atist Chreb, .Bev, H. M.
King, Pastor--tmcnlar services at 10:3o.

Sp.m by BlevL. J Burton of Bowling
Green, Ky.

es~agi Oera the ONd@&
The. ^VStai Head of trt S Sad and eloomy
When we recollect that .the s-m.tAch. thhe sit crt km.br-y-!aY cra-t ned-lo m
is the grand labratory il which fowd iC ji nc e ioitain mWashuingtoii is a
transformed into the .ecretions which b i ne tie s in sr m is aki- and
-Ierwoerful pieceof Wgineerg. hen
furnbih vigor to the ^svst:m- atter enter- i Jm lhe president of -the Great
inz and enriching the blood; that i Northern, decided to push his road- fom "ie ^,2^ 1 e

it is e-sential to keep this important RECORD OF SOME COLD WINTERS. 'Spokan oPueet1und. he had compr- 4 i
supplying machine in order, and -to I sh We B&" Beena Havring a Cold -tha poh he was confronted by a
restore it to activity when it beeome wir Ther faSv Been Others. o granite whici bloed i
inactive. cThis Hoetetters Stoma h I The imreon that this is a remarnk- ..soId the efs ganite which blocked his
Bitters doe. most effetall, seasonablvy.' aewteand of-theI_- ": .^ "ont th a -tasf
rtin reinorcindi estion.kind~led ProfessorJohn Smock, the I termined-to tunnel the ,momftain, but as
promotingdae action of the- liver andi geoois of New.Jsey, to make some 1the excavation would t. nmarlyC .tree -
powels. a Strenh aendaoti etde lvof tn s nable comments n .the kind of j ui in length and take three years toA
iowels. -Strength and quietude of the Weather that onr forefathers had when i complete itwas decided to build a temn-
nerves d:eped in g eaT measure upon i i" country was new. Professor Snxi | prv road over the mountain inorder
thorough de .tion. There i no -.ner- -has witten. considerde abotit t with the oe-
vine tonie more highly -eteemed by the weather and has finished the most cou oast as oon as possible- te
medical fraternity than the Bitters.' plete record of the weather that h- ri The tempo road crosses the crst
Physicians also strongly commeud it brought between the covers of a b i of the range tfrogh Stevns p at
for chills and fever, rheumatism, kidney Fm the fac and i ue s 1t t elevate l of-4. 068 feet. rZ_4 the a dir e...
andbladder trouble, sick headache at hs command the peop altitudes e reached by
an frightened a few weeks wher ni ewitebacks. The road atone Swant of appetite and sleep. Take. a mercury dalied around tre zero oi:; returns three times to within 500 feet of i
wine glass full three times a day. -were ujnstly so, and :should be .co it former line. only a little higher up
The ol- d turoled withlo the iformation that e the monntain side, but it thus covers a I
uTghe old t ib n rses Tandplesas folsof this day and generation are no' distance of four miles in crves. It
aloing -th career su m of es $50andlost in it with the good old sires of coiuu]L- starts from Tunnel Cityn the east side
alone -the sum of 50O0 ad lost and Beotuti onary days for cold winters of thie mountain -and runs to Stevemns
takes oaly .M.-- Professor Smck's record goes back t Both of these
William M. Singerly of Pladelpia 1607, and it tells how often the Hnd places are the points which othe tunnel; \ tt HUrn o geat Bmsareb krt
p es-a s the-pod tanss wich-the tunn -
riving belle, 222 and Three and the Delaware rivers were frozr wij conne when finished, and tbey- wekand ita u=& metmag; IUama dpg-
Tips. 2:25. to pole in thMtity this win over. This record is partiCu-lrl 2 nt mies apart, yet to reach te jtand fit cured me; I wa W= nd mgloeao
ter. oThey makE great te -. Btig because it tells C. frost m J.i_ over the switchback a distmmart 15 tademe eeerfi and hopefuL Au m
The faster time for a. quarter on rec- and rivers full of ice .-pril Fr inife must be travrCsed. ja noth t least,. i m d me .anaeat
-ord on :t running tmrf is 21, which making its appearance in every month i There are five switches on the western
rate of speed, were it possible to main the year and snowstorms inMay estr ideof the pass -and four on the- eastern
aa weumgive amile in5. 1:. iSthecip Theeae numerous ide. whilethe heaviest grade is 11 feetjNS Paar -
ld Jim.- the mule which Gea cited-where the merunr had gone way ito the Te surey was bm la who
Jo & Loan rode during he ,e bewzero an remain there wees a t July, and when completed a force# of 1001 apla myadie rep g
at Newport, Ar. recently. She was i ate- menwere put to work and e road rapid- t. I ga en ItDAUl widm
about 40 yearsolda=d waas 88 si Someextractsare te e ly pushed forward.t OT he trackswe
ie..~~m. "* .Cli2--~ - iM-e.eakC e bktay nearly frozen ov.er. i ---ed --1., t iU ootb ndue is buy t... .
sdrds, and they ten their oonasdo.- ic netefa l d t eight
.Ltn Rabeis ---Feb.i--4. great snow; greatest ei-er went er the road. Two eght j .OO 1
S J. of G d ap has wn"p to that timein New Englad trains a wek are now beingrunver it
created no little ecitement among the n Long land. butit will not be opened for pa g ,,er d et e .
drivers located in that city n telling 5Y&V1-55tO aY the N-awre mch traec- -------- iL--a "r--C- -rOs .
.. m o an .i vstructed-by ice from De nti Feb uni Fe-. t +-
hinem of so althneim pnexmtc- sniUhy 7. an ox roasted wholeon the ice at Pilad-ti e .
he-will show tem next sea-BOn that will phia;yarchi snow fellU 2-to i feet deep ona T
-ly w 25 pounds. leveL "u"d Lot by a Treaty- 1 /-
.. "+ 'l ' _" _"_1-e i96-7-Delaware closed Dec. SusqUnei wording of the treaty by which J SPICES, : -
"e a -i - - closed Dec.-f Jat .J as cold weat er as pre- o . c t the U i StSat /
Remarketl to a friend .the other dav tremelyod i by Mexicwasloosely rawn, ot-erwse O / /
that she new Kemp's Balan for th 1, r ong and cold Hudson river we would have enjoyed the distinction i. EXTRACTS
Throat and Lun was a superior reme- ild in November. DelawamefroenverfDec j of having a deep water harbor. The .-------T
d4, as it stopped her cough instantly W-9--A long t and severe n with meh line, which leaves Nogales and makes /
when othercough remedies had no effect mo; March 12 deep snow. 'an angle at that point by taking a more: '
whatever. So to prove this and con- i.-(o1d whether in afrm;a Ice April northerly route until it reaches the Col- /
vince you of ts merit any druggist wil. fros Juune& .. orado river, should hav kept on a con- '-
vgive ou"-a maniple Bottle Free. -Lar e '-181o-eA nrly o nernt
Jan.t- Delaw -9 open again on 18th snow 3 tinuous straight course, which was t'-e-
isze 50. and $.. feet deep in oorgia snow and hail -t St. intent of the agreement with Mexico. / L PICL
What the Parmers Need my-'s. _- =,, It wasarranged to give Arizona a deep LISTS
J. F. Whetston of Mikesville, ha- oke down lwaa dot treeharbor on the glf of Mexico by E.
Sthe t-ht for thi mount of a... f i85---&-Hudsoniiver.clo8d ec.23U free from making the treaty read that the bonn-i h/ ----
bought the whh lo riz coutn ie o L a pri dary should be .drawnin a straight line /28 Ocean StS. c
patentfen, which will revolutionize -Hdao river aAy from to int 0 miles belw _______________ ___
.fence building wherever- introdued. w Wi ~atdree rm ice again jh ifrom Nogal3s to a point 20 mil below
Fence building wherever introduced w Adm s ieeM ac^h& the mouth^ ofthe. Clorad.rier -.A-fter
IO- V er1W t ver southwe iO ce!,_ ,J -C-oloJ ,+ rado river...an .. ...
The- way of fence building will si -oidat e Orleans. the papers ere drawn up and signed it
ecome a thing of the past. The new 3anary and February both verycold; was observed that the reading had been THE GAITESVILL1 -:
fe n .e requiresebut half the r and b. l be ey alli changedto m -ke- he line run to a point
neie remresut nai me ra, an f over the comntry north of .Savanah an -
iaves half the land. The invention Naehez; Long Island sound was closed by ice; 0 miles below the knouthof the (ilia -
consists of wire brace for all- fence_ c.dewinte __.. )_. rie. IC/ !1iII
purposes It-a sea-tlf-tightner, never of-Is -a snow 15 inches deep in Georgia.. A-t G as C om a -- I -
having tobie repaired. Any boy -ean gniR~ na rarkably heavy rainfall yenMwark| bel and 20 m^es of deep water cose
navna to tioe rrptal.re An in x aa 15o 33 inches. los8t Lae lt achs| A-1rizota lost sofe aIpe- fenee, and it portable; Hxitdmon xie e^ fromes JAba a Aprill j Sonora. It was xaeed in th eays -I -s to -
T ,n -- t f he_^ t-- t-reaty wa --signed ".i J1O O- Ifil--eu
.~ well a -else- months, dge.eIn the artaverage^lj^rTi o t 1t 1t~iiT
.-- = -_il ide. lBeElt nerwB.T8ea o -mtkeaJan. 3, ot 8 a action. and te matter was dropped ,.- - ..
-B-BH a Ond w froon toeb .+ m- oNOw that the dis o r is made that G a S t o ( V-S_
^'^ ....lff. o the ahnd whicich the United States gave . .
up-entnGazette, | m> to Mexico by this error is worth more w h,,h t will e a
-^-- the. .ill s-ell.ft .rNplnuu-
,a *-rt Yst o I. .per acre for the growing of tropica ] prices, rent or letonirla sereeragepatom-
y---. ...^ . -v~-- -.., .-' .u st". j fruits than -any other-part of America, it ing of ail kinds -Work aramteed-to is -
febdwi- :: mriea "staff." With staff athis isegm as tbough oar government ahould *attiaop_
Te B ndNero could have afforded to tae ome steps to recover it, even thouh NOTICE OF CITY TAX SALES.
is bout 5,l iU dl a a fre at least on _ce a year.: One L few lmOion dollars wereL nni to el



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Pouting U-pper Oplipodith
Verr Isru thick= i40a8re a sign
OPM mouth is 4 sare dig of
:f cC --- -^3^r^m~~ 0 m^^--:^^ ns
~ jR'fiUat t MOM
Sbe MW
aomau- Bol Ede Btfshmn that
Sln rietin thtey kwUUegM. togetherwit a lackof asi
b~et-8bewith Vafrty
-oganot Ttm man whom temp*e r iili i
lo WO M in the
4olid Jm~ver Pattt-wapt to begr~~ oe
VU thelsleep_ eatjJa rat1vW0
eenestled Theigreterl e,,~,~
en. greatc th atIgeMade by theey

iiath Gt in proIe ith the m te greater
fnd reached to d i between te ut e and
-cmter-ot teri^ h
S1^ awi aUf therOPP lipi a signof
ynn ~t get eVtft and c Bvdamr n&
to ie ei~-li ~ ;aoape~r;#di~t~~g h howF in, the
C ~ iIr of coe center of the forehead is a Sare sign of
fatw dj8~e~ngagedann. fTB~tin t .-ofinrteljem
if you~onjd get leUwhat! itwo
9f left wheRat thecorners ofhiseye i b to be
ot wcertainy to ar
frui" he a, un zakindvat histIdmoatal,
"Burt yo u-i nif ht[ OIl. George, p ieaa' eticalturn of m ind.
do-At- A gords n. viewed in pr ow-
Bithat s edi it. f Be remedtii seiti a marked depreio above it and below
mud Ur a moment his features were a the nder lip, and an equally marked
Tesw i semd to rlezmece enent
Zliaa~s bnse^'wt to r- Ljong forehead, wt-h spherical e obs
"Wen,ifJ youl harry. Gergie" &Sin thenpr- ite genupex-
smn through ahtes moif t ityh *it dedsiom colessa-
e 1 dot wanttopive yoU-of e b t of impetuosity.-St. Lois
Hffefyo really wantit. darHig"-- obe-Demort.
He gt P aa natiched his hat and _
MS& his way to the ado, I&e caing TOPI
e hlim,_Bue surer and bring me some TUF TOPICS
t as reached the door the con- AW.0
beutor caled"AU aboardr He aam- th-eodtyEPordad.- e i
id b uckzng up his hat and resumed Guy Wilkes is crowding Electioneer
IWs Beat. The thereawas sienepro- cloeeiy m the way of fast races.
and and d Iubroken, in that section for Tlford. trotting record 2:17. will be
bolt ser in~te campaigned at the pacing gait next sea- I
She.was tihe first tospeak.
"Yon were so poky. dearr she pointed. Astis= think wel of American
Mf yon had hurried, you might have had trotters and wiU campaign several this
yoaracffee. And I did waatsomegrapesr year.
lbe aded, with an extra sigh. On the day that Stambol reduced his I
HeAsighed, too, and smiled adIly. record to 206i two of his -year-olds got i
1Btut li forgive you this time, dar- record better than 20.

]is very nervous. He demonstrated
_y. jU-ERttired -Ofwn afmIweoj A E- A.

-nW Club a few nights ago- ED&
amTAGE -UPJTS .- '. i. ", m o t" -- "IE I I It LE [ ln I- I'I
..- to dec .e to. I ..,e a -
S NG_ -. ._N &o:_ : -: h: l ethe B against I
.P l^argeStakBe "I .t.r Jam: -.! BA.]SES .--OCK
,, Ifcb hsd to~ P -M into, booking two en- L .in.

a.new playe Wy enry Gu u|" -. wev tya.lX ha ourl o Effort for es toplea.e, as.. e hve ade a sweeping reduc-
Ityled saway from the banquet foran ahaou, uon in prices of e" e -ryin in the hoe le ine. -Our stock mus be re-

sald .-, ._ De io n o t _,_n profits, are what we want and are what. we
CIcr .-e _n E1y0 ^1 _s tiy eqrt ue ei. are. deternedto ha arewhtw
rj. "a tyetistbusy witho anewr wi ar e. oem al 1 Soeoae righOt alonand t"a "o.F
pa ya T -twi n e .tewtr e eted theDn coutse at te ap .and get a .-
ite ply. arles nt,,. -- I- -Y O Stro e pr igtoted---r -
b farce, by Bradon Thopee waith his arof.._ __. eve nl mw
Styled L onkuRoyalty theater. ) e was diaon c t when r haefoun df

'Dmaercand bro" has ples Lte aa "a .d hnot even bli--
w a..-. t th e N ew Y ork L yceu m th at El ._.... .. .d sev era m in.. tes J _

tp~U erte w6 know~~~n-odf- i t- spe e by ce ofA th e cl isabs ate"c b W c must-bSe-

..c ni'- "ew - -- _-.-s~tiisnta the victim of too much pop lnarity- I -
eUMoe I to Deano w-ich -ased .. .. .. s -- dlie bBC . ..' '
cg gBega at -ig te aheld ais watc h in -
time it win b6s& .nvotedmo ved uneasily in his chairwe a
Rosin "-.oke has -ntr d ced IW i.- T< " .-- .. .. .
c~ t .. i ay esi o c anM .Do it t s n er s ..-F
an Ias revived F ~ trae, ahyadeaptd him. eIt wbsa "
teps of her brother 7Fred' many of ote aair bledB club
3-ate as well as to himself wheon his I
far c by-. 1. I I - .=^ -

ut be confourded with nothe. o pera m to speak--,.ew YD
entitled T au" which is based w his paonn Of
Bem's play was Wasketched dring the -h

composeri' school dasys at lan and is
.not yet "-ompletedpl

stoo~ pad e e of -- ge -" 0 .e--
Sdison s hetwold hve been bet- ,
or off if he bad never taken out any topa.-t-
ent - ..
George J, Gou.ld receives on an aver-
age four letters a dayfilledwith good "r Iupli'ps dtlo r3hL "n onr ~d"-- eT-
dvie as to the disposition ofiseath. ei-
Thelo lieten jv t of heland is, ,- -,a,._do
best paid ,embe ofr i co the Briis go er-neh l
Iest pad member of the BritiVh govern- too meh

t .. mw-. In Aent ustriam Trotting Association of -- a- -- .-- ---* I
I c-do with thegrapes t we Vea ten fodinga big pse of Arthr Leonad, iate secretary
to W Ashi And she cuddled p for trotting s-yeaiO-oldsborn and Third Vice President Webb of the N
his shoulder .ed in York C0entral is the inventor of a wa
______--____ E.ur-o..-- e. "-L ... 'that recordsthespeedof a running
i CaptaOin riffiths paid or te
g write ar p Yg ib. nd e won14, It isid of the late Jacob Henrici,
t aWastaelag thrg eor- during 8 Gyw wasbogtfor venerabe hief of- theEonoities,
oto w$a12ing5t4) oodu ringtepase ason. t- bie life was as free from guile as if
-g "0, w tn w i 1 w a s$ 1 9 .2 W d _rin, .th e"a"t"s"a"o-
gi. when the tra Upon wich 1 was a a -. ad never come in contact with
griir was detained by a freiht tnrf writer sa-ys tathe man who woiid.
wrecka ead. notnot now em- waitsnt hBcoltsare4 o ra i S Count iege Primoli of Italy,
low tba of the vifflaget which we before beginning their education errs aF a
sopd. ba n Ir cannot tlw t I~ a p-much as he wonldif he waited nntil his ong Duo De Morny of France
l^cu^ ^ Mof reca^rning it.Iwas, children are 21 yearsoldt before teaching i"Leuie," duke of Newcastle in
n..a. cedo 6f-tofam.e ot mtb anted e areaid to be the ot expert
-,k sIm- Eu ."- at ur photogram p er- a in Euro pe.
tsom anod -'-am brick Strncta Englan began, moe tha 100-1 i -s -P
S I ..ac*s, b ao tb uild u F present magnii-ent Cp"tain Samuel Barron, who-'
-I-&-- rm-- n n- T f tm i M r l.tr When a t -t Norfolk recently, was a
ItWer ow was occupied by the varis pike plan was adopted, it took only s0 obnmodre James Barron
: s indicated. We had become Iyears to build 0.0000m.Ies of -just snuc thecelebrated duel with .
thar wer '-of situation long rm&oas the pp of the United States tar, in which DDecatur
Ae, the s nd of cracked bell con- are beginning to demand. When Charles The'.
i *ed-tbe welome intelignce sthate tI~- ther of Governor R4(
.for rthe noonday meal had arrived- j WOR S FAIR NOTES, a. tt was major .
SpaeIgs filed into a long and back in. -war Lda
b utrily hure dining room, furnished Ex-Prime Minister Crispi and a party snt a good par
oily with a* kg pine table aid boaad d of Italian- friends propose to visit the the almshouse(
b ttomed chars. We took-or sets Cohicago expoasitio -
-mpa the hard -aim and a oUr mIn. m J litte am, editor .of La F -
Th gi nd chin- U Tonvelie Rev.e, sanounces m that she -f
w- e wwe n Iac- t1hic; an array wishes to dicu-s in the pre cogres.m A beach i
orttem b, c Bdotad.-o buttermilk ji to hbe led during the World's fair, the proves to
oaither tiis ceim the bill of fare subject, The Political Resorces For ; We are
i tha1 latesrof tiring stewedbeef | Women For Newspaper Work.": r oles n/
in huk" "Js "" the enneer
S e tl te isth enge e er At" Prtm d, Me. there are dipl.ayedi Russi- i
t boa". up to the t^empredf the nyod2s^^ e!rre
St to fin which are to be exhibited t te t .
e so he was inhis greasy overalls., World's fair. Thesemodels are made.*
rubbed hs honds, -and as he-pulled out.j otbls(
i of gelatin. o life size.s li ving mod-& ^
his ch or criedin. a cheery voice: "IAh, j and painted accurately
ti does, remind meof hm Not j r. E rd the meican onsl
darn ting on= the table fit to eat"- Mr-Edw theAeic
H r' m j general in Berlin, will send to the Chi- -
ai C-t r olumbian e-xhibition a portraiWt of 1
1HIf TrrfUbRSSa ^ Columbus, which is now in possesionof f:
exclaimd Htar*old Ver.do a noble Sileaan -family, ad another of rf
'the -great admiral," surrounded by T
folding his arms aid. -regarding the sir which is the wok a -
2-gpWwnan with-a stern, pitilessgZINe,
yaveblimw MeMa bel Feather- -
boae. in order -to Set a rich widower. NOVELTIES OF THE DAY.
-- ,,. ?-/. * .-- j .. o i I a
"IfyoBcioossto speak ofit in that A machine for labeling cans.
-w manner. Mr. -Vero deo,-Vem be A c.hin-inh-t-slot phonograph. -
rirs gam haughtily e, T h An adding attachment for-
Sm i e- cd t .- .m = - . . -a /
rioumid to marry Mr. Wagomeers.m"I jA'word countig devic for
Harold Vre dV#_e crusaaed his hat I -
down oarm-bi. ey6 and stated for the A hawd hopping knife with -
- -Ra tbeww abBmaid,png ia Apr c for uniting broken -
'wih *ro maa ovedor for _o ; a igt a n wt aUcarbo. q
^w S~n offw v A^* Asuvwt t keDth -trod

Ir'U You will find he is not the
iauawith abarl I hFave one at hi
ldd with Tour lov letters? I shall
them to the ragman. Good evemni
-ica'o Tribun. -

BM na-t get a lot of smsuplais
wif ri.i th -Harper's Bszar.
A tfAl CVMe.
ttle YiVidUfr-Wbat does your i
u- harve sck alot at faibd omt ol i
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mineral oilis
An oar haring a&
catch in an eTe in
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TRKE 0%AILY S11, pUblifhed every morn
g, ezepa Et day, delivered by carrier inr
qtecity, orsasIedu~ip anypart of the United
atT p.tae fe, for $ a year, 2 six

ma-mth-tftrietiT in adv~aue-
aeadtiiaa i n local coumbn lot ceuti1
Unnns on-----7

*.aws ass t a^Aweev waestso.
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ILinglng Yearly All the Time.
A bell, which has b-bee raging at- the
most unseasonable hours and in the most
mysterious xwamer, has caused qnite a
scae among some of th- Si-ters of Notre
IDame, who occupy the ictnresque little
convent adjoining tte Ciaolic parochial
Ishool of St. AAime, on eeast .side of
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Full line of Fine New. andSecond Had

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rAg- a Bran. A .Y t~ l eQ 1

HI UES UF1, ), 2 B. at .7,50 per "TO1.

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011Q t.e '
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W ie t bv vitue, af intiiiof .di -ri-,-.
-.|1 county -onorati l tJ.1J. in1v, v"d-e i-',
IOW ,_o.i cfhainlf-r..ii t c.-tl:;. F',rsdhi. |^000 lt vu of February. A. i,.. 1--to. in tht f
liStates 1J1*f 1low 'p,'ml111 ^j1111 11"n'&leU"1- rz
-I a l-ourt1. I. ithe unfd-r.lt.n-,i, itri4",
tti N pi ,tt-d bv said t-u-uni -i.-ti_-.i 1
U-" Ne-n chz -ry to t-el1 "t.- id'.' x -f i ;
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J& .aie dhY flor->;id lt,4)p h h -_iWnt; V I -
( Ii I - rt n r -o -- e in t h e .ty ,,> ; .f'' i,.. i :,J
_v ir, t scai - us-j4-s of land yu.i.: :-i1 -_ ;n !hii--. i-
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.- ucx ute and deliver t- thl i-
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S-. the sanic. upiu n reveiti :
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la-er in '-na <-tr-t.rv.
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Parari-e. Florida.
etorv-ar Parii.-e fmi'r milet- .ornh of ( iA--vil. r. F. W. Rv_

.. New Furniture Store,


Just Opeined


1, in Tw1tic!'; O zld tand a New and

(\>p +etL Line of


\nd ~will keep ,n hand evcevtlinug to> suit and please the


Furniture fu!r all cla-::es and prices

to Suit,

1 and see my tock heftore flurcthairlg elsewhere.
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Lands Bougnt Sold andExcb a end

-cree made and
iniey. Judge of
irciut of F'ior- FOR
vr. A lD., 1 %
x cAwh betore-
-tof Bron -on.PR
3d day of
-- half.- In-
--iha ie Wle have valuable proprty iii a
-.- Aaehiua
:t: Tire caTo. for exchange for Florida homes.
arter of.
i4.h pl i. 'Ve have sold more people 20 to
_ _V o r ..
": homes already than anvyotheilman or cC
S" -Nine years in the bu-iness.
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40 acre f of land Jor
). in:Alachua county.

el V- 1-liyo t ill ii lzti. 'i l'millt-_.- izl''tv-. iIl a tizt?-Jlie.

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Argued that she was considerably excit- I spent two hours lookingabout, and LIKE A A S A
S' ed& Byshd by hecame overandstood three different citizens id; h --m over an T"214 E. . .
directly in front of her and as he talked, "I came here to see a man. I had FIC is totally kean
-j4I IEA1 VII* Yhe struck his left hand with the envelope name written down, but have lost it. I -teb aind skin byremovi .
held in his right. She shook her head think it as WatsonorWat ehs AAC RE A RM
... .. . b substi-
-"firCHAE~iE R Lp~fIS (M.. QBAX ad waved him away. It seemed as if an artidiial arm and is somewhat bald." ues, sre.sid tbeojstas g ,it s O
1L_ .he was making an appeal to her. lost No one kew such a man. I tredat ne T
7Copyrigh 1- Is byC. B. Iewl.l his shadow again for a couple of min Hopewell, at Smithrille and at Davis- resorrvedsomesh sufering. $1200.00 cash, or, will exciangefor tow p
On Maple eet abot half way be- utes, and she half faced about, as if he burg. When I reached Cook City, atown ..Mypoiso last wlic rove bearing near Gainesville or Palatka.
tween police ldqMartersand TheTrib. was talking from the opposite side of the of 7,000 people, I was about ready to t y temu~of order od and # 1
-.. ome.- he was a 1-story tumble- room. She finally rose up, shook her throw up my job. I hadnot inquired for constantt e ource of s no app t a mle from aah ee po one Of thOSei

&1 goods stort Next on the west was dropped my mystery for -omething more townwas three-quarters of a mile from "Jo-GV.N., Dato A o ACRE FARM weIare sa.
Sjewelryestablishment The owner and practical. I did not pass the house again the station, and I got up withthe driver. --Irn gi .ss reCRes o "'- n- lf rn.
aholdsbi .. aNji d shefefusedtosel or when I turned out of bedandpiced up my question, and he promptly replied: t ance will in one or two more years and when in i ear
~t'-ia Yeswil1indaudispotsinevery acopyofanevening paper, the first ting "Why, you mean Sam Taylor. w Tli]I have 2,000 barrels of fine ears to ship,. T pr f t6f is
y .xand the public rejoinwhenthep I saw was a sensation with half a dozen runs the Eagle hotel.-" :-. d $2,000.00. Will exchange for other property in- ty, or
ided owners are fi y gathered to top heads. Miss Weaver had been found "'Tha's the name-that'sit, of ocurset ery Good EitKlchm orange grove. This place is also one miile from T I hassee
aeirfathers. dead inherrookery, murdered by a bur- How stupid in me to get mixed up so
.i s th. crizn.prter' on night glar. Thediscovery had beenmadeabout "rYe heard his creditors were gi"gto Asevery good house wife tnows, the other place. A fence of seven barbed wire around
dIuty on the staff of The Tnbmune I had noon. Peoplenoticed that the frontdoor shut him up. but I dunno. He's amighty tne deference between apetiz- acres in woodland. This property is a ibig b n and 1
k mien notice o ~old i rookey-.-asowci was open, and the unusual c lick fellow, Samis, and may dodge ing, elieius ooig ad the viewof thecit. -
S. caused a policeman to investigate. The some way.. opposite kind is largely deli- These.tw acs
S -. "bo y of the woman lay on the floor in The Eagle hotel was o .re of a At .. to ce sauses and ipalatabi 'ra- s of e ak or e I m an I r fa- i
"6-e separlorw There ho l been no struggle. and m gy mblingdentha otl..Edropyied.No.-t.ese -eq :.re r o ts of money for- e riit man, Inqire of. .
A knife had been driven into her throat. around there after dinner and saw the. P ia" navoe ., d the N
and death came swiftly She was fully proprietor. The instant I saw him I felt elc favored d the
'd tle lamp on the table had sure he was theman. I played. a game b o d

San "official" envelope, but without con- few cautiousinquiries. I found that Samt I le C'ly .t...e
tents and unaddressed. The paper said Taylor was away from home a day and a i Extract of Beefte a W T
it was the work of a burglar but there ght atthetimeof the murder.but no- in " .- :me to g m d I s
were no traces of breaking and entering, body knew where. He had come home Aim. ^ W mi i g no isy th t
nor had anything been overhauled or dis- "tight" and had been in that conditan ,I mt II
turbed. The key was in the lock of the half of the time since. He had been very rn .
w front door on the inside. The door sagged, anxious to get the Chicago papers every PR.. ER'So at d .i
not pulled it shut, and the wind had est in their contents. I was workingor. H AIR'.A S:I
a blown it open. The murderer had not a "scoop" and must work alofa. I took cri GS
-'^e washed his hands in the house, left his Sam Taylor to his room up stairs and gisr'rOT o or.
-knife or any other article behind, nor boldly charged him with theta murder. 1I In mb_ -_f
was there a clew of any sort tobe picked found envelopes there which matched ., s.e on er eaiFee*.e r
N+ ,' up by the detectives, the one spoken of. I tbldmim thewoman 2--...m_.n.-M ** . ep ".-- -...
eI alone held the clew. No one else had had written his name and address before flaoarl e.
. .. ..: .. even noticed the light in the parlor. No he died, charging himwiththe crime. I Yor a eOn
_one had seen a man enter or leave. I alade him believe men sawhim enterand -
S. MAN SEEMED TO AGUE. had not seen this, but I knew that aman leave, and inside of an hour I iad his con-

irted it with the uncanny and with acts had been there. Those who argued -that fession in writing. Then i made him re- : $" R eOR w ari The m _ifi .nt steamship'"' o tis lhe ap
't .lawlessness. In going(to and fro the crime had been committed by a bur- alizethat it wasetter toreturn withme ps the app
.ad passed it so often between 7 o'clock +lar were wrong. The murderer was and give himself up, and at? o'clock tat l Lrn l sail asfollows: --
n the evening and 2 o'clock in the morn- not even a stranger to her. That even- evening we took the train east.We aejie, indige onstiaton or c stive- .
img that I knew the routineof itssolitary ing when I went down to police head- reached home next forenoon,and I took esswe c t AINGsr AT I
'thgi en hedirections beare overhauled o-.ANDA TIM. -
-imate. Few people ever saw her. I quarters I found that two or three differ- the man to my room at The.Tribune of- -ompied with. They are purely Veetable, From New York. a- -i
.bad passed the house a thousand times ent theories had been advanced, but the fice and kept him thereunti 4 o'clock deer ito give satfaeon.. P e'S~P1 E.r TAMER. --
lefore I caught sight of her. Her even- one on which the chief had put his best next morning. Then our forms were on 2~cents. Beare of Countereita sa mi- r. p t YEM$ n F.
ig programme was aboutas follows: As man was that of burglary. A man had the press, and I could safely turn him t.oUS. he uii man ure wednesday, Feb'Iat 3 prm AI.O.U .- Feb.
SIpassed on my way to police headquar- effected an entrance, no one could say over to the police. mere was a great TI, IJH 1. T CO I ,-C Frid Feb 3. t o EMIOLE-T ,
Sat 7 o'clock there was alight in the how, but probably by way of the front outcry over my action with thre.stof.: . ednsday, Feb ,atpi HKOKEE .. -M Febi
wing or kitchen part, and theoldwoman door and before 9o'clock. The oldwom- arrest, but I had figured for a scoop" a A h F
satat a table reading a book. Hershad- an was supposed to keep money in the and got it. I"I I. iiUWednesday,; F asat gt .i 'F teI.NeE Q I .Ihsi Feb
-w was thrown on the curtain very dis house. Theman must have known where And who was Sam Taylor? H was Friday. F, b I7atIpm .. l .. .a S Feh2
Stincly. I could even make out the spe- to find it, as nothing was disturbed.It Miss Weavers nephew. He came to see -nder- ed i- ve notiR tat t is their WeMnay, FebO, ,at pm H:EMASSE Td -e -
tades on her nose and the corkscrew was believed that the money had been her in hopes to raise 8.000. She was intentio utoapily l the Honorable H ur L. iridy, Fe at 3pm AIT INt --Tu A'
curls in front of her ears. I could not taken from the envelope, but the latter worth about$80,000. Thepaperhehanded M G rnorof the o .idt Mondy, Feb2, at 3 pm -mEMINJ Mar
ke out what sort of book it was, but was not looked upon as of the slightest her that night was a note he wanted her sfoibers an tier asociatis authd srors w
supposed it to be the Bible., At 8 o'clock value as a clew. It was shown to me to indorse, and when he found he could inoi ser .udy md ci..ates adn c,,Ssrs .. m oiTox .IV EL
be picked up the lamp, carried it across when I asked to see it. It was a whie*' get no assistance from her he murdered l naifleoft.pt.an .sand ana ne Rivtr -. .
the room and wound the clock. Idid not one, but poor stock and showed consid- her in the heat of disappointment and etorowiugecartr-. aI t Olp. .. .. I E II--'' T
always see this operation, but often erable wear. anger: He was hanged longago. ATLAT SUWANNEi RIV H ER
eCoughf to know that it was the fixedron- I could have given the detective a big GULI 'BAII.ROA I.COM PAN Y, : - .
i e. She returned and read till 9. Then start in the right direction, but I main- Tenndou BI a.np t.e r for the pure of beg For SaMord, Eterp I anS to rm
she looked to the doors and windows aild tained silence. I proposed to work --t Tennyson used to say, "Keat if he corporatdaid beco ng a bod- co porate t
.sent to her bedroom. whichwas off the that case myself for the t'scoop" there had lived, would have been he greater laad oe t^ n a^ rO I .S On the b JS V
I ths-. but on the other ide of the was in it. Who was the man whose of all of us." He considered G t Stteof-i r and have .d Sf: 20 I mi aft 9 her light sadow I had seen on the certain? No "the greatest artist of ie 19t~~ry ing art inC o on for orf in .. __ t T : oo :r: char- :
l iBd s1npacegi I lece cabman had driven him there from any and Scott its greatest man of t e namm o
dslitn4e I never saw a door ppen of the depots. No one had seen him en and i he said of Swinburne, "H's a tube TheAIl antIcu a T hIlfI1- I T EeIant Iron ide W eti
or a ash raised in the twoyears I wa ter orleave. The postman had not left v tlirough whim h el r ow o d intr A tte tao ca t n. o
watching the place. Doprs'#ere always a letter-announcing that the stranger (to music." He said "Wordaworth would- A aehu a nS or o r a. bf news t 66C itv 4bf J at bIr0()fl
" mT me) waa'to calL. No messenger boy had1 hav be en mnch fner if he had written asa he conotroerio atio ra -
wat downi. enw and then of an after- carried a note-no telegram had been tmuch less," ad hbe Itol roof ra te aim *-
.oon I happened along when agents or delivered. .did ..lioirelthe man was presencethat "ifhegotrid of ttwo-tbi prpa .and to ansact ai busi-
knocked o doors, bt none a stranger to Mis Weaer. Indeed T urimna -*i 'e.a... nes .inng t-.-o rauoad co rm-
`S( them ever received a response f mst be an old acquaintance or a rela- fner." After saying ta. -- FRED'K DE
I think every night porter has his tie to have gained admission to the Browning hat left asb het elro e eu n wt me 4
peculiar fad or mystery. He is eore or house after nightfall. He was the mr the imperative necessity of restraint in ec.a forTows-
t.a.. detective. He is more or less a derer-the man whose shadow I hadi art. l4to e .atino s .iernia red pap C
ilosophe. He catches more or less of m een. That was the envelope from which "Ititii ecessary to respect B teit ti i, pd .otip.
A*e rottance of his strange its. "This W t hsdd- her take a paper What to he said. '.,Amrten iseomhwhcoea e Tia do Areapointed t-ail fro Jeonv ii t
.. ..= "" ... "--I" II :I _--. -,.. t ... ='.L~h'-.. __+ "+e ,I~b~rkml le~whih sall '. .. I ndf~l allY eg AiY Pills In

old house was my fad In imagination ives did she have? A brother in Call- bounds to hibw*,- --," g usrutsaid vra--rm- be- _--.___
I explored the rooma and noted their does not overf0owillimitably to all a- twen the trm htrI txed, thcom SOUTH BOUND 4HDd
-contets. I had a enta photograph of m \ \teiIhoneta matter. I so&tonfobnd h t tcharl ent own
e Wv o older. I had fI meant to mae any arki a ll t os haifrom ave
robber eakin. 1 had -her commit sui- must be by shor.tasi-u.r al i mI- r hall- m c l . Iha l l fr-1.:
1fi II4 vie town of .b xke county ..
AidMby "a .hnginrelf. lhadher mr .before me had been is..^- and al -F attt ortda, inand :m"4an- 2a a ..

ad that old house een sold and tor posibleisthebestchancefrgudow a ilnetoabutsity -
away to make room for A business ibOck -- -tthe stream of time. Asml.veel on iles in.en t, together with suh branch Foi y ight et f. SA.t wil.
bad o' ei. lEkibl De.ry-, ca ta
Sould have r arded it a.s a sacrilege. -l line i likely to- o t a and e^teflaI'i"5 In saidcoui.r ,-'i J .T U. 1.0 PD Florid Freight i, eLr $,.- y 'm, o .. p -
found a door open, or discovered Miss iBc ... ... .miM t ae t MAa T uOA. .E RTrN e ata.Trai- a r an Y
Weaver on the frontsteps, 1 should have Ari lThter Alek. ; em u-eiictiteflnR aoshr h rai rolukY J. A.LE(iJ E4 upIer. teade-t,&frx4 ara^ e. Jw keno le,
een thrwn into that mental and phys- Thereare47orie -in
a condition own ans rokeit up." -I and 80 trading station exteding l the term iurl wch.. ad doroti,n S.out. Aware A. t P r
cThings had run along, without tthe the nearl all which are wide I tin me eer .-
igtest change for two years, hen I the control of a few corporatios. ..ted bya sM.t i...reii Tr. --- -
received a sudden shock. leftolice Trdeofthist canlourislawqy, dai a I I
iheadqarter at- 0-0 o'clock onr winter's TI."t I butit t pi ai tIartAl w i -ne Sp Ife. s u b -in _' o aia.t ar .e- nl0I
ee g to turm to the office. As I / come an agriculture .t. .T fi "s o es ... ... r-k "x 8 T" rmsCa - -. .. Q.. -
a.. .sa" t nipses ep.. ..... .w Iu e i ibti rit ye ar nrun t .It tr.o I .
waed tipthe street, fully expecting to -clee -. icerea wmi not ripen tebl0tah N1.sk ed./br ty ao-1alvrk OI ta
came to a dead halt and ribbed my eyes tat/e/ and t.r"ps can peirwn a l syn |etlA31 4' s there a light n the front rpom or as 1 rpecia d -. I k vllh o od I H1, ...
wit the reflection of a confagration I BOLDLY CHARGED HIM WITH THE M IRDER Thegovernim fllthsestabbld5cle M D a. - 4. ^ J Cntu' ;
Weavwhero the f rth de? t took d n .. ... d point forti edia n M. . I i ri th er i -
m Wr forniTa was found to be the nearest one. at dif PfrnrttepiP fro rjj -hedcnn wt a of I -*r& - -
sbe a minute to make sure. rni -and It was a fortnight before he came h l c. li: Vs = h. "s

aIT observrationsSot ooly alamp h that day There wer mny been established, but thi e ocial dn a a ;aet o eao andj
- aM .t ,.tw ---. .. -: s_. P..a .- ' '- . 1 -- -- -.t5 J^.
o h its thito ry sincea te.a n gcilven i dandn a staiy a F I -
t bn seachother a r witot lamp t Ibeyond ho e t o rememberedhhaa th e" a rrir v -af -a few taheaIC &
uth tw per so a a s wel e th parte d t at gay There w erean bee establs d a a
b tt. on .-h de wnite l.urt lik. p.ict e m m e t t e n untiIafe ,o f t e to y ....A..-. t. l T . soW ee i d o.a' . . ,'

ie ndi hemWo lantern. old sWpier. 1tu m Chae driew.' iH i r s.- r r B '
,pef syutifyi. *aThed 5n a ao gi e i a e L s and haG. de tn ornl tken ,h -e----..--" -n':-. .h N 14 oT""iow R .--t I
attitngdead occupied rocking chau. Iret ed the hotel a tion wh e Ithe m eyon s.9 T, I L t t 3 4
Im adrk wetursht we throw w tihe The lerkt hA Teaeia IwI tX4 .tl-
amost! T-e idof that -rom K.*a 1 and L $ wai b

lec lighted--oa Miss WearbOr be-n, It mt r just as son a ahe on r aAs
inder a hoe mt gei. to br ta 1e rdse tt h ak .1IIed the at fa mget i to pnt ol iti- He o that r .

wi kingTanhebnng adfeeling ini:g- ,busdr. e had k edalso of an inventive turn f \mind tE the
stiov fy th ebl an aimthe routuimeawhe learned r- that :e Pis ,b. *e wars o pec d *l w, IH rWgh .f a,, t
dpeesy iased hat mha h b k hair and mT ,- a ndic i. t idAn; i n e* .,

ahtsiau dndw oct-e cupiend iNt upete l the yL ^-and d mdae -o t m io has a : lway se a d .' .o. \ ...0 ..... -A . -. t- -.-. .--.
be-what was .ownigt a "had tdel-w rin et t h i- 6.te the he.lt o : t. A ftr- hm,- t
-. .pe *S received .t,,too ot paper _.atbow rar? oi.hat p t coductor'T** .z-. .t o. .; :- .i.*.e. .- : I -" i !
ogacedver yosit and tdhe oitbdck wnot aveso Toath dae hatednoc a tr han, sn4 ; :eding a wense osindmill which IT : --
sheardme hli front ote u e. Thurhdg evening a he st im not w or ba he sn y pOrer

fectrevi tHhe(made1manl me atashint taremember the bu ai o i.s$a r-narkable rase is rectededa uT R "
atM eain th is h inuoatd -hin a mro let s b a cd, al te o dc yeang na.y who wea.d rise fr.- ..- -e bed- '----- '-
Sof.fense .faln at! the da of hat se. w wad o -- a e w ht asi l all rgt ; -I.- tarke, Flr ia
bshowed a l ght harp nts a beorn- I 1 m nes tooaais thln rB baths stha isttahe hita ote rope k' I *i A r '. ''

an hour la itned. In gigbbied waihr. lue mreinen^e the san be- of he. tout on it. Heasthat ri-p.
therebeing a man n th hout e Wel he I ha Id h a f(k tosevta ne uire so -a e Onigt ia

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-Love lit her limpid blue eye,.
As her head dropped down on his coat,
In the furious glad surprise
Ofher passion she coned a soft note.
The warm wine of kisses burst higher,
- nor has the wild torrent a check,
Till his celluloid collar took fire,
Curled up-and fell limpon his neck.
-Chago News.
Opera House Mondayy nightL
SThe shipment of lettuce yesterday was
-ry heay-
aple sirup, nieely put up in jugs, at
Klein's. -
Go t K-R. F. Streeper for undertaker's
Tiew ater in the prairie is rising at a
rapid rate.
The merry-igo-round did a paying
The colored quartette of cigar mak-
ers are the best in the city.
Opera House Wednesday night.
&U entirely new and fresh stock of
seed at McMillan's Drug and Seed
: Store.-
Prof. Sheats, state superintendent ofl
Sschoolq, is in the city.
MissDotFurman of Fairbanks is visit-
ing Mrs. A. J. Tinsley of this city.
-Oats Hay, Co-rn, etc, for sale at the
leoweaL:prices at Geo. S. Merchant &
Co.'s. *
-There wBa4 alarge crowd iii -the city
yesterday, but not much money.
-LACES-All the late novelties, make I
and colors. Twosmr & HoDa. It
S -Mrs. P. J. Arseargne of New York,
.L voting i rs. GoodchI at the Roche-
You ill certainly And fresh and re-
liable seeds at. MeMHian's 1Dwrug and
Sed store.

4jo gt Newn lamlle, w in the city

p 1 eWlm15ot hUstling sewin ma..
l~hlue aent Olf ufttdsor, was in the '
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y^ SHOEM! All the latest in La-
I -^r Lw-qurters. Btton. Lac a.d

|^ l~i.TW ? Tb P. S. C. F. have secured s.f-
fcient funds to enable them to move the
Sold Methodist church.
The frat requisite for successful gpar-
dening and truck farming is reliable
seed. You can get them at McMilIan's
Drug and Seed Sto,.
j .H. Pierce, representing Carter A

See new advertisement of Broome &
Wilson. -
Don't fail to read Mrs. R. Wilson's
new ad.
Dr. B. F._CamD of Campville was in
the city yesterday.
J. G. DIampier of Hague.was in the
city yesterday. -
Twomey an] Hyde have a_ new ad. in
this issue which you should read.
Lost-K. of P. watch charm. Please
return to H. H. McCreary, this office.
Wanted-Good salman to sell Stan-
dird Sewing Machines. Apply to W. P.
Coker. rf
W H Boals,3 JBMcCroquoLale, Ocala;
W Draeger, Rocky Point, were at the
City Hotel yesterday.
J. B. Crawfoid. who has been in the
city several days, left yesterday for his
home in Dothen, Ala.
C. B. Barnard, one of Archer's enter-
prisingcitizens, honored THEz Sxu office
with a call yesterday.




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A colored man came near being seri-" Professor Kelton will ive two of his
ou-ly hurt yesterday on the north -ide unrivalld swreopticon" exhibitions in
of the square. His horse became fright- the Simonson opera house on Monday,
ened and tirew him from the buggy to i March6, amIWedneda, MarhS Two
the ground. .- fli hundred elegant pictures each night.
Threillbea regular co in These trips around the world are an
tion of Gainesvil. Chapter, No. 2-. education in tniselv. Euurelv df-
A. M., atMa.sonic hail Monday even- erent pictures each night. _
- .. .At the annual meeting of the -N. E.
Sin... Voting companions cordiallyin .t lantern clu n Aguso 19 rO
vited to attend. AT
"* Kelton took the first prize (the elegant
Melntosh, in the southern portion of lanterns he now uses) against 47 corn I
this county, mu-t be on a boom. D, E. petitors for the best assortment of pie-. fI
Cooper is now figuring on plan; and tures. These pictures are projee ed on
to be erected thereres i Thdoenelichtuand ane boee ditnlyT tJ Y L
specifications for a number of dwellihng a white curtain, by a powerful Oxy-
ro be erected there. Hydrogen light. and can -be distinctly i 0 I
The stock holders of the Gainesville seen from all parts of the hall. A
Industrial development company are Noadmsion fee will he charged to. '
requested to meet at the board of trade the stereoicon exhibition n Monday. i comes to our
rooms Monday night for the pnrpose of 1March 6th, but a card of admission willrc tere comes to our o rs a
perfecting an organization. be neces-ary to obtain admittance to the
hall Cards of admission will be left, BU I U A
-Variety may be the spice of life all ithJudge Bell. A collection will be M OST B A UT F L H AI
Sriht enough, but, as an exchange trutli- taken up at the entertainment.
fulyremarks, when we have so many
varieties ir the weather as we have had At 11 o'clock last night the thermom-
fot late, it strikes us that the-re is such a enter regpitered 38 degrees above zero, of the choicest productions of the looms. both ofthe old
!tin-h -and at the time of goincr to press the
g as aving too much pce. indications were that themercury would the new world. The Artistic. Stylish, Beautiful and
J. H. Dyes!, who has been taehing dr,,pto the freezing point, eviceable are shown in wonderful array. Never before 1
school at Yular, passed through the city s h a ao- icient collection of
" : Mr an Mrs R.B. Sanly, Ms, such anmagnificient eollecton of
Saturday en route to his home at Camp- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stanley, M-
ville. He reports a very succv.sful Marie and Master Leon Fisher are slop- j m apem1
,term of school at Yular_, ping at the Brown House. This family j o u -
i> ^r .,, ^ ~have parked anid :zippedt their Ios-1* l ml H~ M ll~rl r n H-
I Col. Barnes' assertion-"It will be a h ye patke aId 'hipped their h -`Rouse-
t -l U *__I hold effects and will leave for Dallas. -

tvuie uay w o mleie Democrats get ctn-
i trol of this countrv"-was verified.
- March 4th wasa cold day in Washing-
The stockholders of -the Peninsular
Phosphate company were looking after
their interests at Albion last week.
They hail mostly from the northern

NOTICE-The City Tax.books for the states.
years 1891 and 1892 will positively close -
on the 31-t day of March, 1893, and all Sportsmen should bear in mind that
property -that the taxes have not been it is against the law to kill any wild
paid upon for either year will be certi- turkey, deer quail or partridge until
fled -to the city. .No favors will be -hl
shown to any one, after March 31st,. the firet of next November, If the law
feb20tf M J M. DELL. City Collector. is not obeyed there will soon-be no game
left in this section.
The heavy wind Friday night and ;
yes-terday blewdown a number of fences Miss Belva Thomas came down from
and shade trees in various parts of the Gainesville Monday, and will remain a
city. few days with her sister, Mrs. Wm. H.
T. J. Beauichamp recently killed Anderson, who has been quite ill for the
seven diadeppers at one -shot. This p P two weeks.-Cedar Key Gulf-
breaks the record, so far as we are in- Coa;ter-
Iformwed. R Rev. Dr. L. J. Burton of Bowling
"The people of this vicinity insist on Green. Ky.. is in the city. The- doctor
haviit Chaminberiairn' Cough Remfdv will remain here several days as the
laud do not want anotherer" sav- John t,-1f RHe Kin. wil
i-r r>. / T - T <-i r let-^iOf Rev. IT. M.Kng Hewl
V. Bi--hop of Portland Mills. Indian;-. r f L _"n. e w
V.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~o BihpoVotn i~ :nin ocp the-pulpit of the Baptist charh
That is rioht. They know it to be Zt-up theppit of the Baptist ch
perior to any other lor colds, and a a1 tonight.
preventive and cure for croip, and whyi
-aouihl they not insi- upA-m having it? J.Tos. F. Bittinger, of the Weekly News.
150 cvenr- bottles for sale by all medicine Woodsville, N. H., is in the city. He
Dealers. i a nenhew of friend Rittinowr of

W. C. Hall. IV. T. Lovett, Williston; \the Ocala Banner, with whom he has t
and J. H. Dvess of Campville, were been spending a few weeks.

among the viitors.to 0- .P. -Likins' art
studio yesterday.
J. W. Edwards, .supervisor of the S.
F. & W. railroad irom this city to Ja--.
per, with headquarters at Fort White,;
was in the city yesterday. -
1T. E Cui ,- ---"- 'K ,OS
-. j, carried on a saloon business
here for a number of years, has sold his
saloon business at Tampa.
Three days is a very short time -in
which to cure a bad case of rheumatism;
but it -ean be done, if the proper treat-
ment is adopted, as will be seen by the
following from James Lambert of New
Brunswick. l'ls: "I was badly afflicted
with iheumatism in the hips and leg
when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain'.I
Pain Balm. It cured me in three days.
I am all right today; ajrd would insi-st
on every one who is afflicted with that!
terrible disease to use Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and get well at once." -50
cent bottles for sale by all medicine deal-

Co. and the Cooke & Cobbe company, Prof. S. P. Sharpe. state chemist of)
ftatners of New York City, is in the Massachusetts. is making a professional I
y. .- Itour of the state. He vi-ited the Albion|
W.Widemn ofMicanopywas in phosphate mines 3as- week.
JWWidemn o n noywas
the city- yesteadav on buslne-s with 'Several of our young people are in re-
Supt.- Holloway and Clerk H. C. Den- ceipt of invitations to attend a ball!
to given by the Sunflower club of Archer.

Every lady in Gainesville should have X le ue-aay ignt.
one of those genuine sterling silver pins Edward Ockles of Tamnpa is. in t :e
-for sale at Mrs- Secroder's. Call and city. Mr. Ockles has been 4ommis-ioned
e xamine them.- by the Young People's Society of Chrif-
SA. osby of LaCrosse and-- James !tian Endeavor as a missionary to Africa-;
i4lon of Haaue, two of Alachua*'s pro-, Miss Kittie LaFontise, as.i-taut duro
>aive farmers, were in the city yes-_ ing the recent term of the Mi canopy
;w Y. school, is home tor the sum mer. Thbe
I-W. A. Iraher-has fittted up a nice -Sin exercises -of that school ,ast
1 reteaurut in th- Burnett block otr East [Friday night were weli atlen'Z,!.
: Xa- street, where be will be pleased to i -
r hii whittLtfriends with the best the Rev. A. B. Curry, will make a short
;aketaffons,. ian-t 16-dis -to KaapaIha totIay. IlI-- vyiit,'
S= r W or ton eidi elde however, will not deprive the !re-h te-
P.-- Norton. presiline elder i .h .. -- his
e disct s i te ,I na church of his presence at either
Qesvtfill distr 0 la Iactbe city i
, ? iomng or evening ?er vice
iceupy the pulpit of the Meth- morin or eenig rie.
w, today. 3 Mi" Floiruce Bali. a popular yoiun


I haveecloed a contract with Mess.
A. M. Castillo & Co. (home manufac-
tory) for the manufacture offine all
Havanna filler cigar at a cost of forty
dollars per thousand. I will lead by
offering saue-a ea.h-s-Or- Tr-Xw.
- *n igas can nt tme had any where
else, as they are manufactured espec-
ially for me and no one else. A reg-
ular 10( cigar for 5. If you have any
doubts, try one. T. A. DROMGOOLz,
East Side Square. d3t


: c- lad ot thib city, who ha tbeen a-ivnild3o-
tsisters have wade soae de- berd in Mi nov. the et
l~~~a-1 u i cmbe-rtof dJvys in Micznopr. the --ue-t
bprovements on their hou. e rl
fe~~i^.' Il w ,.. o.r. 5r~l..n, re:tirne- 'i1 it"-c vrc-
60uin-s the WaufJi proerry, -i -
Wkhe pulii- square. J. .n 1
fe~Tho~a, a colored boy stct r- Mr nd Mr- R- B.V Ba~lldi la have
t.yer-- old..stle and made a a I"w ptL --m riU' d,. sf'- U -V
y wearlva allof.his4uncle- 'MS -t e 'o a: .M. t M f.i.- -lf Mr,- sp.
pe~wrsonal efects veenb iruck


tSalz-440acresof haminock-suxi -'"~ 5 trivw iI. ^t'-i. lti
Wad fou-r milekast .oe G-n"-vi Jide Ganvner wa happvre.-erdar-
k a e. 1 k For sale in lar. ir tw- ,lars ine:;d i- h,- p-t t.- a different degns, ran1ng- i1
SA- of a h<- Imenn : ? i I
.u waslSf -thc diang1h ukitiug i nMariage o wto ceInts ptlr vard,
-^ i- "l~- desc-ndents of Ham. -
B~flar~tiwwe jutil A nt TeSter-lav- -- uposei.s- tesn; but ., cour Wa ilk for
Oft lWMe4drawtnerdown-a'.tCAM ielf to the -dt Reipwctfulivw
iU o t t babdl1 of dtopvaasa tL ad f l hi was
--. .: f ry ioa? in b. .. crde: :. na-Ms r.
-_ *'. .* *-..x^'-dr.a~r<*-a ~ r- s welL T ? lj! -
+-ttn, sniut I-iff. Bof_ t r-M _An..'-break up ^d.. i-
S_:- l m m' r - t unp eas z. .
-s -rri and*,t,-i* offi -:r- a day--. -R .-

Texas, in a few days..
The Y. P. S. c. E. will meet this been shown as are now dislIaved in our Dress Goods de-
morning at the old Methdit church at j partment. How to provide Dress Goods for the trade of
9-30, Miss AldaG'oo3rum leader. Topic: Ithis season was a serious question two months ago. At
"The Lord's Day; How Shall we Keep that date many merchants were in doubting castle-many
it." All young people cordially invited 1
to attend- (are there yet. W\Ve studied the situati n carefully, and dis-
carding doubts and fears, went to market, bought a stock
Those town boys who recently entered i that should far surpass our great efforts of last fall. The
the Stokes school house, defaced the fur- 'ood ar here-over a hundred styles ill
niture and committed other .depreda- .. sl
tions- have been upon the stool of re-!-
pentace ever since they were fmoundL S, Silk and W I 001 MIHn F2hM n l Ii D
out. Their excuse of -We thought it j '
was a negro school house," was worse
than no excuse at all. Such an outrage Bradenberg Cloths, Sublime Goods, Canton Pongee. Silk
is not likely to occur again in this vi and French Ginghams, Imperial Pontilille Ginghams.
cminity. French mulls. :Organdies, &c., &c.. in all the new shades.

1n1d all sarts .of beauti-
-.THS U 1 -ilIful designss go to make
Bring to us we up this great collection. Set- our new dress trimmings
Seeour new laces. See our new novelties in every depart-
Will accept as 25 cents On' ment.
In I I i P (Vo tr roiti. i-ri ltm l 1 * I n

A Styles _& P. .ices
!AM ltes" ries


SLLL11 l 1 tl tt


15cto i00

"Old Star House'"- Stand.


Fauc Goods and Notions,
Exclusive agent- in this city for tht
celebrated Butterie Paterns. Oct2



Five Hundred FineSteel Engrav-
r ings and Paintings on Satin will be
sold at a sacrifice on account of ad-
vances made by a bank in Chicago.
1 These Fine specimens of Art will
be on exhibition and private sale at
Endel Brother's Block until Satur-
day, when same will be offered at
fAuction from 11 to 12 o'clock a. ,
and from 3 to 4 o'clock p. m., and at

same time each afternoon, until all
are sold.
The ladies are especially invited
to call and inspect this, the finest
collection of art ever seen in this

-T1 T C 0_0 E

And lIrt grstieci,

Bought sold & Exchanged.

4lon)e Al.ain(I.-_.

3 v\ K "++N%- I-T .rE

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and lIlui(Iier.

'Builds' Mater al Sash, Doors andb






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