Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01802
 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 17, 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: VID01802
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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~~~i]Ol -O P. D!T e. K. of P. I A V"I1GINIA LIIE IK".
ARSlTlEOiD FR BIGAI Y. OCALA March 16-Promptly at 10:30 A --
______ clock yesterday morin the Knight An Inter-ting Aemt of the Zem-biau
on B eInwC A EDT omTi f Pvthias were escorted to the opera Literary Society Exercisem .
... BLO. -SR ._ 'W HE Nilf house E.C-Ho6d, commander of the hSTAiXTON. Va.. M Iart eb li-Ftor
MIED TO OFT?.. Gi-ala lodge, introduced Mayor MeCon fi ,,: Tinking it Dp--ible that s-ome-
-.-- --.athy, who on b~-halt of the city welhm- thing from rhe pen of ie of Flortida's
Kugihs of Pyttias In Seldn at Ocala- ed the -st-te grand lodge and the dele- abent daughters might not be refused
Dr. J. HI. Itdes Respond to the Speech g cordially, to hich W. B ce in our columns, I venture to
of Welcome 3Negroea .Lynehed in Ala- ,,. -., -. ,
e-N- ro y e iAa- ONeil oif Orlando, grand master of t offer ou a short acouit of the annal
Sm-_- -. News. .
A- E -ar_- 6-- B..a.. i*Ste, made a happy respoi-se. lebration of our Zenobian Literary
LA u ir-M ---.VyM ...'a- Sir Knignt R. A. Burford spoke wod wiery, whieb it to u+-school girLs of
well w a~rri~ined- befine Juste
..well was -_ ed befre J"ustc6 of wekomen for-tbe Ocala lodge, to which e Staunton Female ?eminiary, next to
. DFerrs court lan Tu---.ay -on -the r. H lgof Ganvle made commeneement the mo-t iGnvmpoeta
Deareofbijamy;preferred by his wife, an tifl p event of the school year. The ugh i
Zl-le -"-Y --_.- W. W. Biackwell of Louisville, Ky., -huien was Friday, Mart-h &l, and itL
-imww^ g gMr. "w chancellor of the world, who was i -eb in by a steady ai'. a.t
"'l^ ^W a hal dropped into the ei
two chiklrea (wi died dar -tg capturedaH hm eart f .- _
war). Falling -to return, he thought In the evening the Uniform Rank had to an an aMx.,i go-
best to enjoy himself in the sunny south, a p ize drill, reception and davce. TIe [our capacious hJl wW -I6i t
in hi- own way, anl, as thestory go, supreme chancello the the world, W- jor to It- utimeot li-iJ_ and A ll..
got married and lived with wife XEo. 2. W. Blackwell, by special request, made int -paee'wa ocupied. A full feas
She died one time ago. Sub"qwatly. a formal address to the convention and for ied, eye ang ear,bhd been prepared
in the progress of human event, A the people of Ocala. f -r hose-who came. The program was
married wife No. 3, and whi e livna Every K. of P. lodge in the state is quite loug and wa.b -gtn promptly ats
with this youthful -spoue, -wife No. 1 rpreonted-twetv-six in all. La.At *'t-lok. The pia.q sols of Mies
ram-edown from Philadelphia to hutm year's membership ii the state wa, 1.1I71._ tYa, Laus, Friayanl McLean were
upthetnant husband and see if he this year it is 1,531. The U,!iform-a vdArt!d i fautiet style and were
ecmld notbe made an example of. So ank numbers nearly three hundred. tel admired. Miss Maxie Souder
she went toFort White and played de Col. Max M version ofSa-f.rdthestata i~ag-a cavatina from the opera of
tective, spoke to the present wife (No.3) commander. is here. The el-tion o 'Xo. I e I able" deightfut'y, and
while at Port White without arousing offers took plat-e late last nigh-t. ..Mi Marie Stork's ten lition. of "Thine-
suipebin, then came on to Lake Ciy _. --y---- Eye so Bluet was thought .very fine.
w" ere a.-warrant was procunred, and -. New Civi Serviee- Order. Th- q' were many other fine pieces of
Cawell Wa2istel nsaf-elylodged WASIINGTOX, Mrch i--'the Girlni but I Cannot meion-, all. -N
ia jail till Tuesdiay mornlngi, whenibeseve C~mnHifhJott has ma.Iethe foitow-. iim ^t u Lcn eninal Jsin,
di t~y ninfl& wed e srvie-on."":Hh-4 mal 1Cfllw he.,eto!itIoRn department Miss Jessie -
w- W brought ot. The state was rep-- in order: That on aAd after the 0-I e'.ye. ra"ic recitation Where's A- -
sented by S-olieitor Palmer, and M3r. day of April next, no application shall nett'- created great enthM.iiasm.- SIe
CaIdwh 1 by W. A. XN ack. Some/rir-h be accepted for an examination for def1- was recalled anti gae as her encore a
developments were expected, a' the partmental .service where the appoint- very funn nercha sketch.
preruuon was illy prepareId toe.ib- menit would be charged to apportion- i Clara Jtebalgr had a m0t ask -
preare Miss Clara Jacob also hail a mot am -
lMh all the facts going to make up the ment, unless it shall be shown to the ind pieeecalled eMose and the Eg-s."
erIe. bnt Mr. Niblatck Ihought it best satisfaction of the commi-ssion that the One selet-tion greatlv admired was "Cu-
to wave the examinatin,thereby takitng applicant is at the time, and has beett pid as Reptrter." Thi6 was performed
h1a iaes in the ehait ,ou, t-. Cald- for six months pret-eding. actually liv- !hy M Alice Rustelle and little Sidney
w_ ak. required to furnish 'bonds in ijg and residing, and having his or her W illiS. Sidney i- only four years h
l hr hi appearain.ee It is expected place of abode in the state in which re- t-urthe.spoke out his part diitinctly and
That tei necessary bond will be give-n. idence is claimed, or that he or she with great xlressln amnd looked
- Bwhat we can gather,- Mr. Cahlwell employed in the public service of si I jretv in i pink rits s butter
ergWized JMr. Caldwell L- and state of the United States, or where thie -Vr-gq. The evenhmg ended with i-
-Mr. Caltdwll-reconiiedo her husband, applicant paysa poll-tax or iN a vot.r ainm-in. firce. By many wbo --
.-m "ad ,4 .-ng iz d he hu4 a d .nti .e Y .. .
Mrs. Cahliwell is a very neat hulady, nnas- in aid state, or is the wife or minor present this entertainment was -
aming. in appearance aiMd manners, child of a person who J- then in the ".,uned the mot delitf- ul one 'r
-,S e will no doubt -have thle oppoirtuniry public service of the stare or of the given here byany of the schooki. -
of prsetntink ther ideof-e-m. tiit United States, as afresaid; or 'is such PA-tLINEEKELL ,
4* -ale, ireuftesnrf* wbit jmilyw p r n j'tulr
time be-will alto be heard. Mr.- Wld- This order will exclude all person- a o Lady tieil l
-he ave not eeii Remiarkeal to a friend- thew other dayJ
well ha been about the nountv, offl anl from examinations who .ave t bee ... ,1r re toa fKend-ts tBl' dar th
y .-- "7-. .. .. -h - that!.-he knew Krmp0s -Bal*-am f,,r the
"ale ia]&. w- A as ] -g-Al re sident M r the _-
on, for many years--a maehinitt by atual a wlas .l residents of the I Tr at and Lungs was -a superior reme-
tule-and is pretty well known here- state for six months next preceedini the .iv, as it stopped her -cough instantly
a -biouts. peywelkoner-date of application. -Tnl will affect a! when other cough remelie-had io effect
-To Bo un- y large class of persons who have hitherto i whatever Soto prove thli and con-.
To Bounce Ow Boys. ". iitc you of it- merit any nrggist wil.
WAS G TON Mailch 16-Secrer taken examination in W-hi ngton. zive yu a !%ample Bottle Fre. L"rge
+ I isze5UP and 41.."-
Morton of the agricultural department The Gaxte Lity's New Preildent- __ +. -_"> .-___ __ _-
has found time to familiarize himself ATLANTA, Ga., March 16.-It is an- Ireolutiona of Respect.
with the-d lties of nearly all employes nounced that J. G.- Oglesby has con- To the Worshipfal Master, Wurdeas and
of the deartment. There are several setited to accept the presidency of the I Brethren of Islaad Grove LoCe, J0o.
places that are regarded by him as sine- Gate City National bank. which will re- e5, F.& A.M.:
cures, and he does not propose that the suime business. Mr. Ogesby is presi- Bn-runzE :-Your committee on res-
incumubents shall mch longer draw dentof Oglesby, Meater & Company, olutions on the death of our deceased
large salaries without giving the jov- grocers, ex-president of the chamber j brother, James Tompkins, fraternally
erament fair return. He has concluded of commerce, and president of the Com- submit the following:
that several of these positions are- not mercialelub. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
4sseutfal to the suceem of the depart. land *iocU~ cfr~d Gud the-Supreme Arhitect of the un-
meet, and will shortly notify the incnm- TA mAKA Marnh 16-Goverror Ir to-remove from amoge .s by the
that places are vacat Tht Mitchell-hta been notified by the Com- dark mesenger of death onraged and
will 1 -ilS missioner of the General Land Office worthy brother, James Tompkins; and
M.io" Win "B@Tb." that the DeDartment of the Interior ha. Wthere+as. We realize that in his death

OCALA, Fla., March 16-A mass meet- [approved Florida's selection of swamp the lodge e has lost one of Its brigIhtest
lighmts. the community one of its, oldeOst
lug of 'he citizens of Marion county was lands. amounting to 160.200 acre iats.n mte eoxm np y oe on s oadt
h"-I yesterday, which represented near- Iand met exemplary Pctl-"o f and- te
ly one half the county's tAlxes. A com- i about 5, a we would y at e church one of its most devoted men-
iji, abou 5.aW awl weu~y would Aa atn- 1,-az theiefor be it ^
mittee was appointed to ask the county one-haf ae trotbead with s-ome a ff-c- e s; the before be it L
commis miners for an appropriation of zion on the Throat and Lunt as those R*isolved, That in humble submision
1500 fora county exhibit at the World complaints are, ai-ordig to statistics. to him who deeth all things well, we t
Fair. Resolutions were adopted reciting W nmr nd.ero,_-i than others We would ommit b body to the d.st from-!
Tr. that, ID the eveni that the board dmii not advp allour readers ot toi nuggie-t th whence it came -and his spirit to the
that, in the event+ ta l ordd1notpportunity tn'tmttl on their+| i.it
make the appropriation, the loneya et a bottle of Kemj'w Rl-am for -GOd who ve it.-
should be raised by votutary otribu-iheThroat and lunir. Trial si:e fre Reolved 2d. That this lode be- stit-
istM l -lrg- bottle 5a and 1- Sld by a l aMy draped in mourning for thirty:
tWB __. drosy } f,- 'r
.... _- \ - --- -. .-^- _. +day s. - ".
oHss xe oke, A.oitat. I Re 3dolve &.. That one page of the
Wasmx]G-roy.- Mar-h 18-Pesdet WiA Cleverland ent In yesterday to the s5-u t Ho-- fimih h:i- appointed M. t'ooper *,i memory. and that his .tuate. age and
ate'sthe following mpOrtAlit wnmioa-i pope of Washington, Ga.. -chief of the ed e of death be proerly ino-ribed
tofs: William McAdoo ofNewJ ere.,divis4on of land% and railroad ia the tberef..
to he a~aitazet secretary of the navs a ; ^ruiV* .4 the iteri deat5t i ld 4 h, That a copy of the abfti
Fdwant B. Whitney of New York, to: mnt.vice F. A. Weaver of Prunyllv- tiai -a h t:,.- F!'pi to T-
brsWzutt imornry-grnenm.1_ ^^l a _yt' ^ *^llt
--- be at ittorns-yuneral. .nia. rersinL Gjue.vi_-e %' t';r publhi,-arti-n.
TIte let psition i i hat ea'rr "Fr .r .trl.- -
Ca. P wantl-d Atltrey-4;enraj Lamar A Aae for A t. "L BRaE.
FlLorida to have. Wa-5iNcT-,- -it- ?6-Ty P---t E, I.- BtELmaE -
le nt has a,-eptp.. the' re-tii'-,E i. M lo_, .
S A L.vckhing t Alabama. a.=r Wn..", -i. t "" .. . ... - ---
MOtsi to M Y A _t, .Mlr'h -- A f; t.e ^, .t t .,t -a Tie l-) .' -" r1, M ^ .V -u ,l i!t -
wi 1 te he Avti r i te--.ha -T,,m effect. Marh -:- *-'.,- ,4 AT: + *.- it tv - r.-?-+-c, to
RntMiwln.-a- ekmewr onwt' i M.w--!v t. -
- -crIt..ai.i-3 s.. s-a t- 1- N.-r. ,+.*.- 3M'- '-i r. 4+ 2 --
whet lties u-ar Brunhitg. -..A. w- Nw\w.YpK, _M--it;---, &-'tviI-- 1 "-m -;i. JlA frail iiz'-n i' .-.
capt red yet eniav. 1The n mber-" '.f tb- r'-vv srri.-. at t r v, --.,- a- b @ iv -F. -' -t-.
nit% a V_"cn i f:, -- -.-+; _'e-G +- -- ? '-- -- L ^ -4-t-h.-l h&-'t.
.. J ,'veral hiu lr,'il, a.eiiiblh- a .n + *^ o+-_r. H1. wi- ...+ < l':.v. MXtinn' ; mi an+t, f r th, n,- r- hb-. ,--.--.-: 'i;.r,. ..- ..-..r-
COofcsed. hangi e }d imm to .tr e. _-_ __ .. ,

MAc -)-d .s Marc t 16-- Uhr p-wziron
of the tca- ibot t1err ofLtf-1 ticorgi.a S.mi-Th-
t- ani FTlorhida nrlroad to remove Re-
C,ivr W. B- %Sarvs, was calle in the
supetmor court betr yesterday. Counel
.fhr tAe boodhker tated that they
wprftlo ready, Is HBose ?Smith. secre-
t61 of tMe inernor, was expected ini
Mctm vi Imk after the case. -sw off
the wica -es were also abe-nta Judge1
jui in heei Trr. fou tCv the cafe to bial
*Wd k was witbd-rawu by couafel wizb-;
.^F~ikyldi CO -

DpES Ba-kin

T e- o ru e Crea T m i of sTarta r P eO AsIaNiaQ oI
Used mi M310i-, of Homes-40 Years the &aar&

See..ived No Emcourageent. -
-AA -himmgt-n dis atri -a.-: ii
^Mr),VwlandI haQ TalkeI! pretty can- '
I.l10 t* 1 *,-ffi kekt-, durir: ihe.
j .cIk He t, report ti have Oiven
Sf'oa$ Call a little-rsurpri-e a day or
Stiro Tihe seu-nItir e--orrt l Attir-
iy-.rrai L-tminar ot Florida 14 the
WhiHom Ie :,inl recm-onintmmeinded his ap-
i ient as- as instant attorn**y-general.
I qr'4--eland liteneil for a miminute and -
|tb*Aai': -
I~.atOr, if your friend is the attor-o
terwu tl of your -stae why does hlie
l oi all.her?' lle some
air i all, confused, made some

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fan explaation. I; is't at allI IT l nTIiI' VA l
that Florida-will get an a-sis|tamutl| I ll m i -H
__ i__.__-|l0J II CLUOITH L ES UU WIFNT?

We are prepared to lit you nicely with el*theS careftiHl cv hl a teiat te06-
u ^ i ns. Our a-s-.-rtnent is o large and complete that teretet ttmde i p.s-
1 ^ I sible in gratifyi'ng indivi,'nal states. He will be a hard man to p-eL wiho tS l.
Sto get sausfaction trom our

Spring & Summer Display.
f" { Ourtr .tot-k grades well from low to high. Shomthl T yon wat a ilow prim- ieati
for ork andr lart s,-rvi'e, we shall ple-ae you p-rfertly. and from that paint up
BL-^ through the intermediate groad-s to the finet tdre-ss mt, yOu will dudl vU.
Spreparend and widlitic ,o dO better by you than any oine el-e Am lW ar ynt
r !B prepared to take u.s at our word suffiv-iently to -all tmund 'aee thai in all thlan erw
}Di oot- and prih-es are aLs repress-,ted ? Of cmursie, we ask no oe to toy becae
^ i S' Iwe cl.,im to ,ive bargains in quality awld price: we mer-r iy ae tem-c fak-i inU

I -,9151 VVYW l order th:at you may hw sure to come. When -ou'you are in our tower, wA
IrIT" mMi l ; proceed to prove. thoroughly -and -ompletely., with hihth-vwrwe ownmte and
VIV *+jiS fairet -f fair prices, that hargains do txii; that we givt- them. and tlat It
r-.ngs omfost and improvement ana -ill be pleasure, satifaction au-i economy in buytIng ymur
-to persona "oroent _whoM:- -.
^to +a S u ,- oy-eat spring & um~lmer CIothln
w~tyued -.'The =may, who lHve bet- WP r l S L C 40 1
Sthan others ad enJOyFi more, with_ _
-_s enditrey my o-e promptly -of u.. E'tenlint an urgent invitation to all to call atan early ate while
*aptig the worldks best n ioducts I wonderfully complete stock of ,
t'Bineedsof physCal beang,-wVll-attewt Clothing, Hlat, o, Gents' Furnishing, Smer Cij
tvaluWtohealtk of thepreliqd p l Had S
I&tive prmipIAle embraced mi th and Vests, T' -nks and Valises,
*-edy. Syrup of Figs
[ [its exellence a de to its presenIn is fresh and unbroken, ,nd promL4ing to con in ioun thhat we have a lima
ithe form mot acceptable miand pieas- wonder fully fine goods at wonderfully imderate prw*-Q, remain, very truly
Iat to the taste, the refreshing and truly V- ^tB
benficalpropertes 'of La&perfect lax- JCS 3 Il I 31 A N A S i~
aive; effectually eanng the atem
pelhing colds, 3heaachme and fevers' SORTH SIDE PUBI.IC S-QARE.
nrd pennanently cring cotipation. S __ ..... .. .--
It has given satisfaction to milli3aUR d ; I
Rt witDthe approval of ical N a L I I I
profession because it acts on the Kid- i i-
TLi-r and Bowels without weakea- i n -
Ig them and it isperfectlyfree from -:MANrUAcrrR or AaD DEALEX ix:--
*ey ob ecTvcable substance.
& i Al1Kinds Builders' Materi
ufantd red by the califorme a tgo Figs ------- ------
.and beMg e you wiiwy -_-WM'
ac epaMt Dru. Laf 4, L946L IjAM ir i U m9 IN
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in America. coinaia ineINdoesacant i- and appr'a le to die hwryt(of-
Dr. SYDNEY RI ZGi. Frfssrmj e .Vr- L.-r ,c -im ew y Ca-_nf, L _r .
Az*ker oftke S .5sndard Thfmpmtk
This eminent physician ACTrfI-I. writes a b"llowsz--
"'romtbe careful analyhsesof Professor AT-rMD and otbeil. I ami i _afe li
VAN Hocrron's COCOA is m no w0 w Jn MToM 10 heaitha. and that isdet ditIy tt
than other Cocoaas.-i is certain "'Pure"- and hwiyti dieesibe.
The quocations in certain advcrtsements from mx- bocioa Tbetpmtrqteq-
lg ad caumt possibly apply to VA, Hot-T 's. Cocm-_-
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VUEE WREKLY SUN, the -edition of -T~a 7'c
-DRIL -uyis ain a- -cn ,n pa. J.' T. Pow EL, Hous.e ats.eemiin to have xt-.
listed every Thursday, and contains all 121 E. Street Nithea-t. nate the rat fmiltay haI e nothing Ise
-s-le"w ofthe week. Local, 8tate and-: Gen- --.--- do but make mnidlnight nhieon l. e
"WL It-] i the best weekly paper published g-i ..----- Jvel-nt- t in t least fot- diffe tnt
n Pkl-ida, and willbe mailed, pog There is n t ninch talk now about- an l,<-alities las.t night. We feel forhe
Ioaypart of the United States or Canada extra season '.-of Co.naTeoA. TIE Su !-preacher who has to pre-:u-It jqtL aler
IrLW a vewa-In advance. lsaidwhen the pro ition started our s"ch enteraitienrt, For keei,,g liks
xa-ahe We th lnk+ he wituhld rpn ;,rv
AU reMIUSUCs sheund be-mma byexpresiand doubled on the ia nakethe e uk he would ren Cr he
lY order orregatered letter infinite rtaddoof verdi t l favorot -r "---
eTHE U N nw-!Papers thatno extra ses4on would i DL. B., pR M
"+ _- -. U -be fored, unless the cotdition of their .. .-
^GA sx. Fj^mPA_.I treasury on -the retirement of the Re- -
--~~.- ^ publican Treaurer demanded m Hdiare Ia --
TH- COWFEDERATE -STATES' SEAL. lerislativp action. B .t Secretary Car-
I Blit..- and honest bankers of- the -ountry I
1Uts mstery- mod What Became of it at av
Ila have proved equal to the threatened I
Col. B. W. Powell ofMieaDpy Flor- dan-. The ond cormorant, who Fo
Iae. kin lypa-e at l poal of wreatth bottom of thet scheme to -
tut SiN the fol--owin- atrli eal fore a new iue, will have to fill their -
usc sUt~ the following -authentic ae-..
Count Iby hU brother of the Great Seal hungry maws with mellow fl-h. "
of, the Confederacy:
-O- aoly, durin the past three-r EX-Representative Blount of Geor-ia
four years, arti-a.-sin v appeared in ha en commissioned-by the Admini- "
ou newspapers prpi-- to Show tration to investiopte the --status of af- -
what became of flie Coufedterae State s f in Hawan, received hi- instruttions .
A-lafter te- collapseof the Confederate 4 took his delture to Honolulut. ByV -
overment; but as none of tht-m hatj [thw last' advr.u-p fnrom that port, the I"
ihweave h vebeen orc,1have at eItente cordiale between the provisional
the r ttequeof numrs frie OB- |government -anti that of John BnllH t 1
i' rquke nueru ren con |t ..- I "- .. .
eluded to give a corrert statement of rs-eie to be tending toward inocuous, a Daw .
what became ot that sal, as well as a isutde. i%5
Abort histryof the sawe. At hb- fall ,G OOda Fam y Medlcns
f lchod Co. Jno. T.- Piek.r, who fFlorida ha bee- -omplimented by v -.r n.
was In command of the reatr uw of havin-Senator Calt made Chairman of ". -+ -
the Co moderate forces. lkft there to the Cowmittep on Civi Service, and al *i foeja iaspBfllad Hooft
cover the retreat of the army, and the Senatror Pa*a-Chairman of the Comimit- Mai Ue bet ueas. M Uew
Siofthe government we4nt into ee t on Cla m.j". They are member of. b." I-_ a e wav bm
i-ote,,ec,-es.tary.or.. t i vral Tnlother important committees. A lCa won -
-09ceof whe rmary-0 .fc. to see If-lvr d and b~oa ta6ktc od antlftf-
--- was anything le.f- there . mit -Senator Pasco fortunately being placed yin pRov -.3 ---b-w5
bre r. interest. I ftearteinre through 1 d C o P ala-l weta Iitla 40d eme
ytin kft mn ta haed fteat& at~bWA Ii
a pie fa ldpaers ndrbbs n: the on the Committee o Public nd, -an lsam
-1_1Uso__ _a-s wen bt Ie led fUAMEr
lpte m In ae -nz thro + .. .
---- ,nat Call on the. ommE,,, on -vaanaWild h-vea wms^ telre bw gh n I L 4t_1
pis~wle. of ol'pers wid huisb pcet. A the gie i oem binldrn~ family and see
ofWlfo war .0l. PCnedt left th-Ae o AN. ENDS Act lMiwe ai Casrm
ion0,ntry a w.nt. to Mexico, taboin the I IsTa so we mark fo
I we.m =0+h+ -of Pa in -" m -" f---"in .

.!Ml with him, where ie r-maitl for t' a"J Tm he thea Ma- eAM Ow Ac U M -'a' Cbe m
sveral yean On his return to this --t,,, ,- -. t11 1A a.1l-0
ont ry, IlnlS.1 Poickett settled In _ae 1o3l,000 Yr 1imfcl. W IU O U S UUifl
-zy. where I ,rae aq- ,.,nte- fo, Pon ofmmtheaaMr H 0od'l
with hinandlearned that-he had T= we t S a ft. al -myeo r
his puffeseon the Confederaze States-' th average of Din's l~e-a i amm 8- nir>N 6 fcttwo tyed" MBs. L. Towx^
al, which he showed me two ort t .hree o-ve .. m -.- a---n-
Ufmes, bhoniTy after settling here, rto. The W~ge life orf American bIlSt HooCI'S PB~s~et easlBy.yet peonity
*111.1. iS years. while Fr chsfhp.last _Utly. thelvwsadbowe. fa.
CPlckettecceed ru-i.i of having g D t l. 2 25- BYish -
-sml s of theeal- made. Intending I i rTal. IT in t" Wa-
ttu el ibe ,ame anlti r Udisrt- the pro- ThBwn +eC fa aceot J +- " l+ ,a
ede of the sale amon the widows PMO.e b0 t I tt hM been fonnil that I m r a
aid orphan of Confedrare soldi,-.s. He fdamp h a jy day aed the Van Dyk0, w u v a
W"dhniumberno e th at/f mmdu mbe le. UBainga DeL Xii wei dms mac) and |a3 -
ofwh 1beprese omtedtu moend
S.WhiV I till have In my pIoessIon, Ta-c ba Teas oZ Cw e 3 5 the
Wlether any'of these bc e(uui aobowBBy.werer ldonoLJ'J tje yo,
+k.e, nor do Iknow wh becam .. -_f-'- ,-S-^ -i W
-therThna ea Ileftti'e oiftyinahot p ft t- ,roaay yws S wa- yearsPK. The'P [ 0
w hile after sid. hae neer en Col. sally severe winter and the deep i. t I m I I 26
Pieett since. Very lite is known as now have kiled the birds. Thereare' v .
ito the history of, the ,. but the to- .'tobeto spon t. ofdeadcrows IL
)owiB short s ps among. thewatdlitle but ft a thiu been011| Yfound -
l.k..wn.: At thet r, . ,f PS Taomdna m baa bdladed t many
- a num berf ,ti- ty. fee s. fod-m DeL =a&-_ _
4r, gom-i of w ichbe Conefederat to Vi a
held I hn 19t63,ma t-o reued s lon toupon^ te : f
Ub a st tot the tofotfrdeate 'tatee." A W s onthe moniai nI
-Wa asloptel Said s* tr conIdst of pet-i.Pa.. is thescene of cd- i| |
|am ,e^erlai w poreirat oy Watohing& Fradimentover theyfiondmcigft 9-
(aSter the statue which surmooni2& his NO iigold and Mivermtite homeof e l^- 1-______
m nm 4 ean I the i-pitlyinq-tare ini ptdwb r-=ows -b fremnty ed. Them -
Ri5hood) airNonAl witf a wreth 17e never of- th famil Iho
.we lootng over the place after the dep
eumpose of the prinec'pldagicWulural diahifMr. Sprat. Th money wJL- s-
Sproduirts otf the onfederatcy (c*lt, k Yocigaoww wh~er it was ^ ^
i tbacv siagarcaiw-, corn, wheat and | placed in the bank for sate keeitng-uitiI (JfS \ ^
rice, aunl having around it ma rogin thu' ?the property can be appriaed. 4 -^ ^ ^ r ^

w 'The Contfederate -'ate ------ .-- i "- :"
+ + "De'l**" am -+- uri-= -
Am~erea. Twentv-imvteNd February, tie.- Co-na ber fee ff- ..i { S
Eightee Hindm da .-...nweo" with b7 10etaapp.Ia'"Ith C-?t A's trtht J -f t
the lollowinz 4e-ire-, No r ice-. the di,;c- w,-d r' fi, n of the er. 'ThM-. 'o ..- C o
A tt-o n lten yI oa M ay .-0 AJ 93.J odah P is ont ,,y e w ay to cu r de afn ',. . .. ..
-n iat of the Cn-.at i by- cosor Cutio- I r.i ft* .
ifederate Stat<^e, etat dii.^ tAi to -a|< as^^ ^f*1^*"< ^*V
4wat na- toia caused hr an- i,4asnaPmn f te
M]* M mm, vofm :litmloe- of the COSfe& I m 0ttA linte Of the ue-.a-h:i4n T-. t-!. ePIt 0 ,
Stale Sta em, war- the oernteBut of! W" thit tsbk* i infl'S o yio h tOFFEE', "
Gsagt Urilain.giving hIt= a full descrip-| rumbling omd of- tmpe.ew-t
tlioosath be Jegn tk l at v adoipt d iaiu entirly t- EXTbtLy_ fe- ts
i,4 the reut. l and uotite -h"Ibe T lh m i-i .
onupgres-. and directing bim have thet|^ het^ k. ,ti an 4mh t(- .r, ..
sm mamde.l In thiA &i-d-th Mr. MaSO {t itMmiB-r mena! h-, -a h*b l w.- i- --
i wcstarrtt wb: -h -i- ~gi.
my.: 'it i- nt lr-i-,d that t'el+J-d mlwing lin OUSttl that -.a btete. an .:e c d,. ._ .
*ind. a.d the diftierocii of oxpef. .s e
betifv a poor an"i fte mpen Wf Wewil.ve 0Oa. Hundrrd D" ar LSTS AMK
eat i h egain te maili se t.k tae lnm o Is s m t,~ tha ef >s~-nmkj hek crdR ri- Iia ar^ d^' f^' _*_"__ __ fcff^>9*i^ ^91
-mt tha.t e buly- ho L wll be- |. J.CML+,+K1 ..Tie.O. y Q. -* uS t 4
-k -. .0 2

:- M 3ia-'!:w-.i.. -i im.-r nii th,- WALO -OTES.
-h t a Mr. F Ytiwlt4 tmid'empIit^-,f -
^r. .Jne.h Wrtins icf 'esraver ^Mrs- Neil, I'e (We he Elie 1 id a-
h.c e ~~-- -- 5 stet' Tlieel eiii tof t
b-r 11iij '-4 V tl k -:i. m wintigp work. Z.-i ti' nit
11 tl'-rt'r t-Mr. B1Jne, ,tf l Lon t.. 1 w fm ,r .410ill h, u. t i. I tairly
"dn l t rtiary !9, 18 k, Mr. -Miltoiii s t -ti: e e r v--ry. t
-"lr. F*i-v iti*'r*. me tjr ir lr. Wymi.s J. M. Esmi- is .Shipping one half
.. ... "qo I4-liel-, # rri t s e!er acre eve-ther
,- th-titi wil Vt-req'tir- -ix .wtk -t-I o ri r
Lt** mo is v*.rv aulx.il t- besrtw fr(rm lhii, Ia,-* ail-. -
f eerarp lic. "Hi.O i' t 0 a0ie tr*--s .?cotainii tihe .ilad.
clitil IIt il .-ih-er -(li- m.-t-t ih*-';it j h.- pearl and thPe ,,ld rt ju-t tijnre
Ia+.! ,-f Eiutlatni arex, elr Ited in), whictl than .ual .tt-racing the vl-ie ] yeve.
offer-atlw admvau;trae ef.f -nof aainhist weerxpwrtthenexrttobea ]it- rnp.
r io-o te les ctiv. t sal exet- C. C. Srrh-kiln came into town ttur-.
S-l in-t*.4.- lay x irht se-rioiuslv ill. He w4 well
e-I in t iJu." I
On tbi- 6m&i of Julv, 1864, Mr. Mison c'artl for at the heu'se of hi. Ait. lrs.
write.. Mr. BeijainUri: -f have the tiles Andrew Jlly. Unirler tihemtir care
tire to lnfwrm y. i that I s-w-nt by Lieut. af Dr Siri,-kli he Suffi.-ienrly i t y
Chapm.an, C. $ A. the se it f the Con-. ere I to ave tl-saftertonkm fo h
fetleratme States at last complee- It e i. a Wihlw-d.-x I
111-h a*imiredl c-.y all who have se it Dr. Win. D. icks, who hasrtl
ber-, and I hope you will approve it as latc-d in me-li-ine ami stry,
a fie work -at -t thinks -f l doc~tor6 ois teof the honor gra#1jel,-
ThSs. al, which was pure silver and -tor oe of the honr grat
weihlMcfrotr five. poun.,l with the and we speak f-r him suct--e.s iithe
waivers ani other netsarie-,t the proessionO if hi. choice. I 1
wai a an 1t e if--s rez"c s h N totw i-th _-ta nlino- the -late cl ll e
(-'Ofei.-rate Stat government 122 Ntwhtaning the lae co e
10'., equal to absit $700 Unirtl States growers of our comtmuntilry expe, a
enrpem-y. Ir arrived HRiehuitnd bu very fair peah crop. Many of thest
a shlmrt while b-.fr- that city tell, so varieties are grown here, so you y
that but few impressions w re ever no .w elr that our mouth fairly -
m from it. terms while we nake thi< report.
ma"d -- frn"it" Tomn Smith in breakin -h h.gravy
1Th5 is abot all thati,_-kn!own, o n the .o-_ .. .
-TbtnfVeGrkteStates eal. orgofit-z hi-tor, "le evidlence of posee-ing as a trajof
and I nt to -ou- for -e purpose of character, the only good thing chat n
a n d I s -.s e n t t o Y O U fo r t h e p u r L v --s e -o f T o m i
.Sttl tethe question of what het-anie -fi be qaid of the devil. Tom is mli-
jl, as well aw-to ivre-those who feel an pe-1veri,'. The mare I- plr-e-ve,'
I ittres- in the matter what little is t and, thoL,.h he is a 1bt;oaker.- e
I- naftm hietArr believe-lm will cmme out on tD. J-

REMEDY--especaily for
olk i pwp_ It up

Atlanta. Ga.

f*ez =n bemu~msi- e hbil.
d-aeigsudrdk &,J ,
ltvmr rftfa o ReS"re*
-ai to its yottthbw *tr.
Cam m~i ma g wir huTsa-
The ConsumptiWew tFeOWO maan vu
t thewmw nmgh. Weak -D*W+"."

M Ci 8ITI .D in caB ITE 3 11G
cured. Yonr weakened eyesight, undevel-
opedand falling manhood res.ored. Your
prematurely wrinkled face will fll out soft
and nsmootbas it should be. Positive care.
Full treatment, one manth. $5. By this
treatment save your health. Keep your
mvniT and lose towh. Address
L IIL I 9 LN.'t et
^ I Ulh i IN ^TAiTtJA,,GA.'
S'o500 ORewanrd.
W'E will pay the above reward for any case
of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Head-
ache. Indiestmon, Constipation or Costive-
ness we cannot care with We-'s Vegetable
L.ver Pills.-when the directions are strictLy
con plied with. They are purely Vegetable.
and never fail to give satisfaction. S gar
'oaud. Large boxem. containing 30 Pills,
2 cents. Beware of Co mnterfeits and imita-
tions.- The genuine manufactured only by

I aiGA

IM Hoi|.
kP.R 'M TRJE3.

Be-OpeneJ on West Side Squar
Cigrs ud Tobaccos
Pipes, Cigarettes and Smokers' Supplies.
Call and get the best goods for the least
money at
Sf B. W. C. SCUKODER, Proprietor.

-ltiaaepjoved to the tornerwhere Jack-
son ticharet'Bon kept market.
B E PISP II Clff Tl Hii
Good Meat and F'.ir Dealins
Wil Tell.


gas Co mpany

aces for producing& a good light at ee
states. They are alsprepared to frnristh

Gas Stoves
which they -u-wuil mell, at mtaiaeftanu'en
pces, rent 0 let on rina ewerage plumb-
ag of a kin& Work guaranteed to give

^--^^tftebledwitbh uT~~

U^S~i?07 dcL-m jur a fotew
ttbe aid or ab~kotyv

POff53w. u( CNon S. -

(&i!IESVILLE-- .---------FLORlthsJ
BsintJ a"ompete<-I a pnot rraduate rmare '
In Hsektti'* s csoeol of IurisextbUc La-unstry.
W'I^Onre over sti&oB A-Co.L' bank. apt i -


O *ee at P'a"eF. ewmr ni East *a&I
awl, t'hubrb utmkt. 4awtf
G . - v .

<3AINK* - - rPA -
fs NoeftArtee ibtL. b. we YEapot NAlA
luj.1- w.-t Mft-a streeta. F'o~acipt s~io^efi
iA~iai.if ^ *Al -'tf -
As *rilirQWVL*-

am ---- I -n tysc years ol&
*--i i dha e hid mya re naewed
at least twentysenbytheuse
7 7f of Swwifs vs cifiL My fof
and le- to--my kneeowas a
sore for two years, and phtidans s-;
notlie &d After taking ft a
i+o Ies S. S. '-.thereisnot asoreoniyh",ks .and 1
ve anewIaseon VlsiO 1
.;e_- 'ou oaghtto e- UL
ketaHsa know O L-- D --
of yx wo ieful ren dy. A J F. Stm-s,

<>Aa a.v

I he ^M^w

H U. MeCCREARY, Proprietor.

&I, ft aum IkLg ei L Bu#tI lnake

TrH8 DA"ILY sUM,publiahed every morn-
ia exept Monday, delivered by carrier In
bcitey,ormaled to any part of the United
.-.e, puae free, fbrOS a. year, S.2. Ax
mwmt-s, S.i three Umnta, or )centO0-for one
tk th-r'v in advance.
-'eadiBnotimc In local coiamn 10scents
M feach and every Inerto. .
AminM taww in special Celma one
oea wrdfaroteerenrt lau.
M ates for d--m-- ----- : l
lAl advertisig MrMi become due after
t appearancea -of advert-mwment, ulea
e*rhr siupulated In eontraUt. frtf not
known to w wll be required to pay for ad-
vertisinx In advance.

JU YEE, Proprietor.

Good work and satisfaction Raryanteed.


mI ULPS-J. M. tf!lltO l" I;l
Vine la'vana Leaf f1obacco.
FACTORY No. a. P.O. Boxm.
All the Leading Daily and Weekly Papers,
Magazines, etc for sate.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in


Ladies Children ens ShoesI

Always the best assortments in the city.
SF, Streeper, iMRS. KINGSBURY.

Next to Parlors:
White's Livery StableOver Firzt -*at. Bank.
Ordermby mail attend-' All the latest styles
ed to promptly. and paterns.
B. J4. A. PABKX | J. B. WAIT-%'
F] k. p- ggj -+RL TAUKANT
'Pjsleiau & ef j1'1
LIBiRTY STREET. -Table supplied with
--the best the market
Prescriptions care-0ords'-
fully -omiounded. Varnum Block.

tIC f"Ul m CEl lCades rits, tc
6alAt. HaW. Ets. Jewelry. Lacem and
Fancy WorE.












1 DIJ.? :I.*1B

H. EV IU3 P O &4N & 0O.,
B A. I3 &- E ]5:L f,.
Gaieinville. Florida
Do a Guetrau Bazakietj Bnein7rwa. 2boy wai sel F'oeeti Eachaup..
rhae ai<3&t*41nits Baii* an.e-.i ye-u' t others reinvest flaEy' u ti-runt* tfr^is f juieSi^ fore makin
COvletixm ott &;I s-eT-e!fpooinuin the snaiwdlr.am
Below we call atMnuin to the fct that we have arge
quantity of Seca ITland Cotton Planting Seed,

Ala .t- ze m ,t- W6. t selected, imported direct from the Sea
-NO- :L IalndA of SIoth C(rolin.
ix-to Safti ^ cm-eiefft !-.-ret*rrf i rba1 Tff *.-in i S4 a.S N.
eS,.meo, I t:.a a-fa ,Aa-o -r Fi I C2-.. 5. j *,4 1. S -- 4 IbSm. '" 0. a. 1S
Ga*a_~j~frtarAltrau fe li-el*. Via dmexil UMno t quS^ m vfetar ying BfCiv U
"Sl3. ebs

A Y A -

PIANO- A',D- 4 1t I am State agent or- one of the largm
music companys in the ecuth. I sell high
grade instruments- Will guarantee every
Piano or Orga to give satisfaction. Call at
Sthe music parlor in the Banknight bock.
L. C. ELItS.
P. F. WIXAii N.
S m ad lwr iFa rm I, int
The Freshest and largest variety of seed4
in the city. Orders by mal prommly lSed,
Groceries and Co, fectioneries,
Hay, Corn, Oa sand Bran.
A fall and comp-ete Hne of fin
i crockery and chinawart.

J. WERTHEIM, Popriet.
Corner West Main and Mechanic street
Fine Imported Wines, Liquom Cigars, etc.
Orders from a _distance pronpuly attended
to. Give me a call.
T.W. Dawkins w.P. CXKM.-
C P[ B&B EO SBOPJ*. 11" 1

-- jofflee: L-A.Jerulaa'si
SOrrH SIDE SQAR.i Jewelry Store.
-rx u-M-I-- 41M 0 lac"

Sooth Side of Square.j Wiliams' B.ck.

Insurance Agent
.&nel IBloc'k.i

Life, Fire, Acciden. Plate Glass "
Btmi-w P+i..es pr.fmptly wi e, .

I -L |s- _


ISOS. E^ta'bllhedl (Quartew C-exntury. 10896

Fine Clothing, Hats and Gents' Furn+htngs, Trunks and Valises at low prices. Ae -t
for Sweet, Orr & t-o.'s cveral Is, and John H. stetson's fine Hats, New ovelties always to
be found here. Wholesale and retaiL New tork office, Walker stret .
RespectflMy, M. ENDEL & SO. -

TH'-" UN :ARCHl 7. 1-93


THE SUN: MAJILH 17, 189-.

I_-_-_-_-_._-I.-- .u- __f-9A4-O
AShort Seth Hi Life By th TALLAHASS-E,eFLA., ali 13w183. re
s +ort sketo U By ele Whom the RporterX Metat the Ho- th-Editor of teTlmes-Unao: -- -
iy -- a Mv attention has been called to. a lndersigned ive notite tha itistheir
~intejon toapply to tbe Honorable iHeiirL ci
NEwX1Asv1LLE, March 16-With sad- C. B. Redfield, a .comimsion mer- taine- vile -rifle pondrit, whor sayw Mi (io yt nor of the Honratae eof FL rid
t~aie'*viile correponwi n ?y id nes I chronicle the de-trb of Samuel H. chant of Philadelphia, is making the thatf "Alacht's f te is settled' betau e fur ers patet, incorpratitg the sub- ,.
tht...t-imsf. kset t" sAW--e Or 'e ir Wa Ju' --
Spencer,.whieb occurred Saturdayeven- White Hlouse his headquarters for a few her m ioers fail to vote 1 se00 and their aayciatesnd u r tan scesa
-Wonel r- body po itic'and-curporate under the,
Sau of the o'clk. untHad been fl fa-r the World's n of the St Johns and Suwannee Riv. r!
ug oftheconty fua8olc for the Worlbe"n l rd Company. and to grant them the 4
several weeks, andhis friends aid loved W p. Boulware of Orange Heighst lair. He does not state all the faets. Aoringebiart PO ON r: "
onstogth ol onrcvrad-IAWLCES OF i+1C .RPOR "TION OF THE V."T*I
ones thought r e -would soon eoveralwas lookinki up his old friends in this The board told me that a year ago ,L NTIC -SUWANNEE IUVEE AND ____
_-hi fome Aef giln.-Ot" R_ Lk XII.RizAD COMPALNY+. 1t+
behis ormerelf n. Ohho 1city yesterday. He dined at the White they referred i he question whether or theundersigd ahe.ascted our- -
it to sand around the bedslideef me ono they .should appropriate $1,000 of the se to*ther for the purpose of being in eo
S tonetandwaroundthe &4b-ed piide omengd auid beeo.uing a bedy ,rporate
loved one and watch the last expIrinig G. A. Avera, of Evinston was at the counrv funds-to te World's tair, and u r the laws of the -tate of Florita, a -
breath. ritled by the Revised statutesojuf the
_rt. White Hmuse yesterday. so unaisfactory was teatusofthings of Florida, and have adpted the fo- aS
Sanmel Hil Speuc-r was born in Daw- A Goodibarof Cincinnati was regis- at that trim the people voed against it. i 0garticlesofincoirpation forourchar- tht
lih. Devonshire county, England, teredat he White Hi2seyesterday. This act tied their hands, but the corn- .The name of the corporation shall be,
1832;yt, magit son of Ge pencer, Miss May Brow charming and at- missione tol etat so anxiouswere S At euwanneel Rver and Gulf Rail-
3 Mr Comman. and. -us place of bmziines
wbo was builder, architect anti contra- tractive young lady of Chillicothe,. 0, they that Alachua would be represent- st I be- i the town of laCr sse, county of
"Ur fteb-tfu t w nwtc elv -d f w r t ea uahu. t~of nv of_ te usiess-t
torfthe beaniful town in which be liv- is stopping at the White House. ed they would each subscribe$5 toward Te genera nature of the business ('la- r
ed; alsoanephewofsamuel Hill,wh tor Mitce of Louisville, Ky., is it. which they did, ando Alachua- pro&- a ts the construction, ope rat ion- Gt
-W. ....11-of Louisille. K" is a0msantenanceof railroad for tue trans- tiyt
fity long years was chief derk of that the Brown Houre. poses to raise this $1,9W0 by voluntary !ptatinoffreight, ',tc nger,-- a ntd |eatX- l Gate
court of the Qix-en'sL beneh;-serve~d -his ee,+o otasc l ti
ren oft-eQhieeu' hbencwh; served hi. J.-L. Watt,a commercial touisit of contributions. The board of trade of s& Z. pers tc" ing to. traisoad.t a ou-
aiprentkoe*,hip in the wholesale fir of'NewYork is making the- Brown Gainesville will do its part, and I am Teamonntaot tne atorired capital
Leeh. Bond & Coatch. Af-erthe term House his headquarters for a couple of confident that the money could be raised t-k is ix tt red Thousand ollas. aay ssM
of rruired -v histat, he re- Urtmo of which may ne issued as prefer red
g Years requiredby his siatue, he .re- days. in the next thirty days. All honor to r < e 1na +ix Thousad rs of o-e
eeived the honor of being made I.eem-an V. ilkingtr of LouisvilleK y.,-the t mi ioners.of.Alach.ua ow ndred olars each -Six Hunrd These palc,... .-.-. c........ .S
JtV.eiiity of Lowdon..ttecommr quteers ofhicashall be--saleritbeA ffrand paid up cross hortIne.+ to the travelingnubtliad shiPi
e theeityOf Londo Or qiteagood t the Brown House. A. O.WRIGHT money a.d-theothberFiveThunsand,- Iourlines Throughtieketsandbilsf lading issue toprti
many years he was a commercial tray- a n -1 n "- dred 'Ure--. sau be paid ft.r1n'the prop- For informion and reservatioof rooms se
SG. Q. Offerman, a saw ml m an of V .. -, ... rtateria, laborad=servtves Which shsll i CG. ADERB-)N. Agent, W.H.LI7
eriEnanui, after he.served his trade O -- -- is stoppin"-. the Brown Best whiskev on eart-Dukes o.ld Z required to construct said railroad be- nvanhGa. B. R. PR
-er- ierman, na', tppgat te irwnPn p te .-S V Dj -cSoleant n wee- ie termii b rem n x-a: re coe -o M R ta .in-,E.-AR
tmt,~~~D Qm el Browthentok "w .......... .h-e tri' iG CORE.O+ _&
In comn ercial busi ness. Heten t ook ________ _ pleted ruad to be xvaiutid for twe i.urpo-eof Savanrah. Ga
an idea to .me toour beloved Ameria; oue. b t. h .. -. -aiaoreqired -by th charter. at Twena ty j -- ---
SC.M. Wethers of Savannah is at- the If you desire whiskey or medical-eT Doerfi per iie i
engaged in the wholesale oery busi- orown Hoin-se be sure to call for Old Private Theaidlne o raioadshall run from a JAMES M. GRAHAM. President.
Sn thewhoeseh ry i- rownaose "".........." ......." ---_piLinornearthe towu of !twr_ county
ness in ew York city, where he re- Mrs. P.BranfordandMrs.Dullertok V. DuK. sole aet. of Bradford, Inutueitate of tiorida. la and I k _
rs.P. ranordand-M . illr t~k .. uxa soe aenLgh the counties of RradffrwZ Columinba,1
gained about one year, then went dinnerat the Brown house yesterday. th t l e s,-olua I h I- I1
f+, diner-a_ .the.Brown- boa & evy,.to wme m'on the S-+ I: I -GI
.eA ,.After prospectig.ei idulike Ihe yFiirttweN a.rbtiween CLaFlim ng In.id
w Ater ge -idn ke G .eo.H. Appel of Jacksonville is at ,--e r e .y, andFrirte-eWheiCtetian.gi -
i, so he was induced by a fellow- ap- the Brown House. anId all wor n, t, takOi L. yofolbmIaheaidtietobeab ts.l sty C G I iVI- ..
....ROWN- S -ff qTTTmil e xen os in gheth- with cucnies a
Prenticeto come to our lovel- south- Eigene Finkenaur of St. Louis is at BRO0N S IRON B'TT SERa. innisfa'c i si R n and;
"" "- "" tJen ofDuvWl,(.,1ay,LaFa,1,ette and 0Jly lII.UC. ~ lr I
la and engage .;n a new entergrse, the Brown House. He is representing -, ', - -- j 'r J ^ '. | y .h
top him, making cotton with mules and W K. Fairbanks & Co. li M-tM ut I n Thae said comp By mayn be consoli-
"egrotsIophe soon went back to his coin- 11881111 I I I trupon such terms asm lS dIterS mayzCAPITAL -... .. .
j ra s Taylor. -it. Pleasant, Vt; mine, with any other line ofraitroad in isURPL*IS AND UNDIVIDED PROI ..
erialife seemed to be wedded any nan"ner not in couflct with the lawe ofI
erilfe He seemed to be ede Geo. W.-S-uford, Micanopy, J. H. Hol- te State of*Ptorda.s
tot' ia bu-iness, but never made a sU- V Leer Fla., ar d Capt. J. c. McKib- The term during which said coloration Does texciuivelY o Fbank businessrhan cporaili eq
ems in theommer ess in e commercial line; he con in bon. Fairbanks, registered at the City 'I T s li-buine"sof tie company s to con iat ^ l1. b
say "o trustin"to an o onr, ho d et by a Presidentt Vice Piesident'retser an-deeta, aid _do 're_---
coimtrefiint'y th o any th e secretoo his etyest y II-urer and secretary, + and aBoa d ofivirec -
eoeqetintly thiurs tho-he cret of his G.P. Sterlh of Baltimoreis at the tors, and such other officers as t he Board of E i [L& [l
-G- P.rStorl axaofapaointmo"e"-15 atIthe
omercialfailure. Thouh he ws at-White Houe. Th as ofi -ers ad direetrssh 11 be elee-
tt ] g~~~~ed anal nte s-l'uesday in Juiuary!
ways sociable, jovial and happy, a more J.l Young, Plant City and F. A 5m E te : annuallyonthettuesdayJauary
J. -- Yutit Plnt Ctyand A wr of each yea~r.
hpitable being neverreathed. Chari- Walls, of J .cksonville, are at the White E. C. W S ER o i A" B TT shall srnefor vdherfrst year or until their :s X N EEE LEI T re
4-tble to a faalt. though his pleasant face'Hiuoe. Hy ei% E. Si-wF S ^ Dy The n-dh
p| tess,- f .ou.n. eitsu-Nervous _e
has faded from o0r being he still and R. R. Gilhurst and C. D. Samoraux, i F.NeL.Br I-IMJaktsFoi -c. ,e" JaioTlie, Floridat +Sci 1
I ,aPIXAS P._D le ,"-HA .-"
alway. will linger around us likeaap- Philadelphia, are at the WhPte House.. oa-oAeMeniaGDdiaids. Mich ", RA ZTE oreayiI
P l e h f o rmin nI -9 i. PEE zs tarke, Florid e
pytdr-am. "J. P. Sexton, New York City, and smityalleadietomim ,d a d T. P I AX. -
Ha-n.ture 43dA BarrenemofofiePreis, C.L. Peek. : .. a 'i--__
He leaves a wife and son and family A.F. Jones. Bulfalo, were at the White a eithrs'. la si Treasurer, F.SI b.tt. .i Bmalbbit,t... Lw -ck---lip
-.;, -."dv..,. ,bbse, or .- e Each ....The higbSes amount of indebtedness or i iV 4Up" W "-I .... i
to mourn. Poor Uncle Sami lies silent Y H. yeterdav. S0 f cltn e ^'^"^'S'^ t ^ .tonight in the grave. So live that w 1i -ca, w Lsmi htemete of AtlantaL GaVwsi..ab o .. i
thy.J BImion. comes to Sthe.iiofAtlantal-Ga.,-iabitityeto whien Whe corporation can at an,) .- o .
(t~mn~o~to in t muu tered at the Whit House yester-; WZGS ^ ^ S ^ ;."
"erable c'- "vn that n the. i"u- _--S- ..er .aAZ- 3MteSIXDOX9] Themame and resinence of the iucorpora. LT e AtmI .
merable ctavanthatmovsto.h-tmys-_. ._-- i6cureany aaWithea-hoderr by tors are givenbelow: . c.att. --".-- S "-m e l _
terious realm above, where each shall ._____ for six boxes. ac Psem m ath $.S.twVe9 "a t den L
eend the purchve.ourwritt +n t ersmto irI._.DzH&X, Jacks.anville, Flia. hr .
take his chamber in the silent balls of Three-iays is a very short time m "e"iftht't.tdoesot.ffe. GrO.Tduo-e., GrandHa.^d-.ih
" .... " " : " " " Iteam ur an. nisme oubrby I-F.-L. B&ABBITT, ckJ oiiVille, FISL m + z I + { _.]
death, thou go mot as the qUatry Mave at which to cure a bad case of rheumati.m; :St a-O miIr ,. ,A_ -w ke. Via. ^ ^1 __. !__
night t-1his dungeon, but sustained brht Ctilan bedone, it the proper tretl- x-Ala-Florida.. A.M. E lSItCLAJeof- | .]
an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave mnka ismloptl, aswillbe en by ihe, --- W..AE S .c iL3r iaJ. I _. _-- _
o lowitr nies Lambert o a ew Witnes tosiunatre A- Trner, V- I
aw one who wraps the drapery about his- Bruiswick,1l'l6: -"1I was bad'yvafflicted j of C.1. Peek. (Wuain H. irathelL r ag I a -
cotich and.lie down to pleasant dreami-,. with i-heumatis.m in the hips and leg, CITY OF -AC---LLE. L --
Where is the child that wouldWildiinglyv1 w when [- ^^t I ,tale day mr. Ounty f g..
forget a temer parent, though to re- i. e inthree . January, before me the Aufstriber a so. D ftl t .,e- pta erte
an, al- rI ght t member be but to lament? Who, even u every one wo is afflicted with tahl .eed Thooas P. Denhamt L.- 5 oat S PSflma Sj
in the hourof agony, would forget the terrible'diease to u..T Chamberlain'. EUN 5 ALL 5KI t f of As-c'to, who+ ._--_ -
friemn over whom he mourns- jOh.5 the1 Paif Bdlni atd get well at oce.'" 5J bein. duly sworn, each for himself ackn wl- J.,T._A w. KU Ry B g. sold Cl-_a f05Bli^
: . -. : "cent bottles lor sale by Dr. J W. F. edging his staitnure to the- foregoing arti-ies, Wi t a^lespig ems.. Cimaa --T-mri grave. thegrave! .t bmnes ery sor-iKig." " A N sayg that the names sucroed to s.ridArti- Se ChIiago cuatIao.|K4nCSImiea.
row, covers every defect, eatinguishIes I -es are the genuine sgnat r-es of the per- gIE^p*1 Ma l*e
-' ~in good faith to coare,- innlntaiw and "wba werlt vatioI. sa rok aj ilellI
TW co r every deti ent.t ~ seatng icebi ~ HE P RTS .A ~ n- DIAMON L O U D- ** sn named the fain. and that It is intended te u ^----- t. ~A wS^a.. W ^m .
boom _spring noa but fohd i_ _gardis,, ACI go ta thaAe ,LUUU .3n, F_ L. B J
tender recolletions. Who can look Who poseses a Valuable Stone.. (-- T-.oi .,'zr. r, .,. ., .1 sTX T .5
down upon the gave even an enemy 3. M.House, rereseni~ng the Ilnois otem aM~t^ ^ *g^ andnotfeel-aeomunetions.throbsthatCasinscompany of Cbhicago, Isint W'1R'"". 5CIIeSillhBle e
be should have warred with his fellow city. Mr. House is known amoong^^H And itaaid applis wil be m on .. Ij11yU
b "ig? Butstop a"d hi13k; go to the traveling men as Count Forco, from theor afer bh o March, A. D.. "E LLOYD. Proprietor.
grave where we haie placed loyed ones fact that he carries a large diamond F- -.. FL BLRItnBmTT, ci- -' D ie. ( t
h h i t fr ---aO..TOMFT, i Suis cleBnel. prmed .. 1-50 . -&-.
beneath itasod,, and meditate.. -There ir which bears that name. This diamond f rU -S CoIaS L. PEKK& 'uitS clane. dyed ... S -

_I we call up in long review the whole was purchased from a negro in Cae S-r2 .r --inS5inSS % -SM -------.--..... T lndin. ..st. t Fru
,. ~~~was purieMased from a, negro-in uvc qj^T 1 Cape 9r-ong itenfinis.l J ~ ft AnLlLi vrrtfEhfnfV V~KV tdixessI- ..
V Iismk P -60 -:.NOTIC:E TO.N ON-RES1iDENT:.-H.IOerca-:.. .. u.. d
bso.4 -v"= awln 9t"d"W._ YM_. _46.. ....!UV1
history o virtue aistd gentlenessy; Town, Afria, and is Valued at $7,500. 0TI----- ---at- I ... -- '- F
to tho gIcrv .of buried lowe and e- While Mr. House was having the stone CURES In Cct Cort Pfth Judicial Circuit of iaDt Bi ent- .-. I _i
-Tee ~e-heatma ih- CURES-II, ~i ~_ =:_ Ford. KK "at m-----h, Couty. e ..,,,+s. .. 0...
aier. There settle te account with at New York it was seized by tR Ehe't Bertl-E.sI"On- E 1%-
thv eqnsciesne for eve-ry pat benefit an--.r gdtyandit 1ri t aRendt l o .- e.- wrd- e-good an,
eq td- Thr .a. My chaph"of IL itav .ct m, Johnto C_ ,+mi
eqtited. TherweaveThyhaplet of th^e count $750 tereplevysame. endtfmm aft B obedfd Sh
Sowers. Bereaved ones console thy r -oI - *m-I, ii -aw-o rIttke E rah Th ce ,t-o ,re t ar.with -t
Sam oil, getI.._1L tR '
bI*entpW4it,(if thl-irumst,and hence- tv--" wr O ver .iT~e i iui &1W"ed dulyo sed under and uliiorwork n tI we*, not ulle -
312hb8oefatfo-nanizidtun. WINsLOW'Sdad -loTwoniGgetwRUnP hnoaII by virtue of thelaws o1 tart t'o- wit. out _,eing _an--nta AIWayi.
fo-t be more faithfuleandfaffetateMR.WstIlnol ) unersndp er havng work de.i
in the discharge of your many duties, been used for children teething. It Notice to appear. T-ir 1* no dantert reb-n mg if dlth wr -u
Flirewell. farewell, Uncle Samu, I shall soothes the child, softens the gmns, al- T _aSrTow FloR1A. iwell stonr. beo -a, ,, Al wtIn
never bear your genmd- foottep around lays all pain, cure wind colic, and is1 c. ATiendi and The EiJonortC. TrAt :<-mi- m ag iProne rfy t.- teati tht the twet C
i' ,i r '^^ i ^S^ ^l--.-f^ lagulrotr^ -tep*"^^* *^ l'*C. A ueip dt and Thedt d Th F.H-t nb TTm t ithe Imfa tey- any m o rew, nor listen to the bent remedy for Di's rirbda. Twen-t!a -. n. .n (,, i e y
rug-i jv-1fl11 'ti agen'nort listenavety.*
the==.. rorldg.e siowC.y f- -r
r wit ayns- it m we meet v-fivecents a bottle. %-d bhaold by all drug- .Itrvngbeen ,hown by a
_where the ha mue are born of the After t.years x n n a w I in iePE "

.~lmm whe the. mm never. s, r, r m~eat of i-a:-e of the beart. lungs., kid-i o Johae.AHendta~tdEr,.a\Ai-^-t I I I +lr
nnewne where the. Jdn never eet .seore V dd
nev-. Fiver andu all female "diewe Chicago 1I4.,and that she .m-inc-pal uflre IIAC"S -
Sawe-rs never fadeandtie. Yes,in that whethr.hiroi-orotherwise. I am ion- lTblEl-hworttBm-u-i Iompare r Viti&U enk ow -h C en
beautiful home where the green turf il-lent of satcesand may be rconsuted a twe-aidr-yenras o e o
_.nr,~rb~h^ ^o^ f ^-" ^ ^ ^g .^S^ II m^ SS^ ^^ i~ -. m (se*t a} traet. f your ]lads. ;^^^
i l neveer more-be the. Zpot where"om 0e jtby ny person thun. afflue-tel, free of ex- A&.. go. ua it h ere. rnnetod, theetrne E ww -d Eanda- a t" l "
lwne it tlerefIslnce(i WH. aln r.judge'd-th'aithe paid dce-rniants. E - FR*t- bnin
lies.l-onwn.li at the rt.-i-lei-e of W. I. Palner. -worth.Jotusn- '. Aueudt, Eains T,..Ainrtrntl Ij -jP have l'4l gt-atlv re--, p-a
loved one ftlit. i North G.,insviMle. tor at invalid'sres- -and-The EIw h -is. Company, do. ah- - _;
J.. N D. CL.orD. M. D. idence. ifbl5f) C. L. -MisIc. M., D. J t p the corh lISant bit nt eonip'f airt .t,?/- th.t th, tilt(m to _w
.---"-- -"---"---"- i__~' __ '^lH i on of b e IretheilW day rof Apri A. A ttt.. -.'* *--- --. '+ <-t
Ire taleWeaknoes P.4Wlv Care. --For -awe. lndetentwoe1UiW.a da-enret nu i-.-- .
Mv... hotel u ., hredS Rwibe enteredalni4the ani -I t l-- -tyour home is-afe. The most S
To s EMrTo:--Plea*e Inform your Mvt hotel altd two "mlretl acres of iWeth.,jeha _\ At adt.t Emma l4 A- arnendt ,,, .
ftn-r- that I have a positive reedy fort hie lanl,-. ti-ntiu of to" n lots. et In-.. ]f-ndckEs T lworthTrus::t TnmpInY- I rviy it
taoon aMd Oe -oe wtiich arise from m-ed_ A thU. TArm' reanIt itfurth*-r -. r4,-r.- that thi, nott, b- of vuur land titles tle d tO he b-ksa,
feemaleorxam-.- I-bthallbe It*d to +. I . iI -6 p-taH hedn Ti+B-?e.-A-ar-i.a e -4p ; blmh or -i "" "
send two bottle orimy remedy -rwa to any A diress F. V.. WILLIAMS. Alachuna., f3 IL publinhed-n I t .c a-rperpcbibeagdfatttom. +si h b l t -
ExpremdnatP.(-ne aiie l 4a-itfo ma rwx-f-tunty. o-!
Iady ttlheyw m.eS ti ei d Expred e and P. ph- l-tif OHt-e_.' BB. -d. aene each we<,k for f-ur r'r perfectedd A traCt Boo
0. addr"s. Yours resnectfully. la. B -- " --- " w -"a"
MARC TOI. IChA.SV NUlICE'TO NON-R1IDEN r. Ii witnema whe *of, I have- heroui -aW! gd ,
Th stre-- e-zw. 'i" -" Chamberlain's yE- And Sif -"",smy hadaed the torl ou r-, rho w all about our land .. b.
Th m-t.,-M- m, that Ontment. thtIn.Circuit Ft-IOuh tk 1 bi Ccor D
ani artitle can havew is the euloars-meuentII Icu 17. t Im tit. -
of mte m,,tls of Hthe to.- When the A cure forChronic oe' r.WL. "" -- C"... ""or abstr.Facts apply to i. F.
of tht cf -ttwna of t he A eespPerjAWtmberlyt. D
m,-her rcN-muee-d-ft-yo may kn ow. D c -i-H., (.. t .C k J
ToteraraeWhl i Saltr tanu, S "Ir I d ; Old E d-r Awwort by C j h-- P I C W
thatthatartiehalsr 111-than ordinary t e of Chot o So'ebst vFn teen"MAom i tLan Im
W, Amtana0it -and The Els- I fulto we I U I ISOyA
mer'haT.brl M i'. (w'h,,t. K-tenv has itatera~oaierireatcheats, l a u Iy:" op "o" a-

-e+^u lm d ~ .e -t ^ I-'- --------- ] T.-+- Fr^nb.Jk," r'++ *^^ Emm r+-:-'+ .++ ,- .....
ln~ ne r p l iT -owhl. +fwMr our-ehil~t~ ,! h~y t s e box. .^a. it ^ r -.I,*? t'i^ ,rtfa Tut l. ^ + ^^ MA-h +.A Ltrr.! ]*, h + ll+ + .: ,,., i<-.
Htiathe h f,,rWipa" M-waor-htimJ- t|i o -, I orst pa n r p a-'aRemoveCot & t tTNi .-n, 1W. |.AUE i n
eo ,(,an. .memlitgt it euryn A newdp-ran- ;Fr nINAn inn t!]V wnE.;$ ^ tE, U.SwVIJIC Ai Wt
Seummib~~an ruma. iit isay eito jelyn g AnSld, awthia.lzj dl.n~i-Irrand by tie.

t1^.50-^^^ ~~~ "oai byrth~om mlwp^ y^^ ^^ ^^S^ -J J SIMONsON ^^ ^ ^ w
o ..an ar.ie .g.ld inth $ir town: ';cFri om M_- ansg .... .. at .

"+ ew,> i be i pr^^yv 'rl but -for + pi- l[p otE-t-;.Ma.,"vh ]to Ju--i !: m n- +," .+,+r:;t n- + I: m ^!i+ .B ^^ _l m. r=nH :+ -
--- " "- tn.-eri m: ,af..i v-i n,--'..'--.u-'-e.' ..' -A- E-r---E--"-" LOK" A.
p " Wlhantberl hlias ("a .h -t4 rlet-i. ha ito-aft ,mall oth Iera --too++t W ppea a.-:
-br enrt. i b d-"l cl-r dit f -sr our-lcy hlere l e r- b hxr .. A--r e -yni- t .n-. oh ---... -' ,--_ 3- tH -..- F- B.-. t a .--- t*- .

+ith piIl-. ', T -,IM bhttl.-" Jantuarr" ,hth e tht- mxn m-h+ w+.+r i'+: ,-r--f.r+o,-dT~r -- m++Ae d? ,+rod^ W I- "-^- -** -:- =-
W e a rt -r,_-I w th utau. t -._ -5; .w--rna t .-J* -t t e-dt*- .E- I :' s. 4r.t_--_+.-: :+_e.-_ -n --:-- I I-C *Y F F 0IS
-%m ra-dt &-nitms wrthTru~t I i- 4 -a 'SA ZW e-W
Int C fe~nrervihl who lotireld nOt tbe Without! A Niew Can*e-Law..~ ~ '. tg 19A V IV:'tt

within r! t v-W'hi. feaA t' eda-iv m nst im sW i n.ts il aor r.- from h.To5 a -.- j e.. F.fm a-t pa t 4 Ada -- 4
V-elf. bianti are it -td t he iteey- newim p ;rrtnie,-r ti al w alSu han -i e-e.i- nia.-- .. E + w.*-.-- A -entit ,_-' 'w--.
j lurf Ur the- ft. ea..'d b e -xb D- r hprll w- t'r 4 o: j vI IA IER- ,I J I

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t' i a-l t y --" m sae-- Dr. ;+, tsea'mki+n~ taPW n +n_+_ + ::- +t= '- '," I A NI ---~s-r--A t &rr
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ti g n- S - an F S hait *,14-I c ha b.Ai oft L, -I
Crlicm a-Von.~a n 1-dy-. l~e"l. f ion .-e':e- to Oi (1 I -*r h~'lt:a-n t.tb dea

heW; tWt I tb e a Vp1d u rl Wtor. -l:eprig pe.k t- hit 10 J all y T I1 .-ih T ., ta- t ..ii -' -.- I + fr +--'-F r .t T
oo) innuge"2. ar tn~t e Z ulsMAT 1 pa .- e Tru-w C.-nn.m 's

E th* t -t h a a-eia rl-e. '0 embe w av n -I. wholae s r._-.

t-lay ce. a"cn-d- t-wa e a ..-$, sir cSIt.- jo w r +i-&.n.?. TII-- fc.-^ I. ary- ----.- i
w rit Mll if.I- *D- lJ Ihnar. e je r..---: r. c-. -1t.- -I In
Chxm-lt-r---tth. ta 'e-l eu~ g1thhe`f-itor i- gete.1rom!hue- nf V--ii t env .Fr-n t w -~ ~ -
,di-poid ah-nv-rrvf n All, toP- t-4n-.
mv-ielf. Ln .g te o Ithe- fI 4-iaite ngiete ltriaV cwxod h-.a --as f r~:; eef -
on dy.aedgo i tlee in ill o'iw." t e it-p r A t i'-va n iz
(- W hat- as it ~"in Psayment ot a vosrf.V"tk- S :-rio l r At.- ~f-ne p~-'t,~ W:1b
Tokaaotcu f- 1. P. P. I tel t wh6 fhink4-Il doe-A woRpy te -&.1 t'ru: 4Js r2ratIpa-m
Y-141, W-4. the ba'e.5biwatet corretor. ThWie Ireti~e. fiteyN. killed Ifrom JanoaxrV 1I'II 7- ivaee- nusbht4~
i"ea ~irwn i h A ad: thaL I- V.--e1-~ 5 t.if
-- atam Ir-a0 -.31.wi"bast P-raitI-rW 'ota a tTIVe 1W "
V* e iov*# #ar hins bwiIrlear 10~1 ~btOttl'iIIt'm- ec iS o-!e o~etewe. _I
ebSceifttV eer'ilic b 0.tE-He any relief from vatuaiatn air Apprasa-- v, e' bez(I aehrut tm
tm-ird t.adouknow whts an :e- tlet:met law.- fana~ tetdo w4C lift. .-~t~~l ~ s-5~ I
be ~~w1Wir now. If eewctmW1 ald DR% A 41bs iSLPl,'~ ~ -~eeaSIS~9
LieMi.Osn a r. kemidiflewjhiskerwhtitefthas madea At!0"op.-iam 'mt "Put- -
PV -C VWt1=6rjr fL C_.Te omd u VmmWidky i
tam* be t awxtginerar- All tfie drug i Dras is utaOld PnvI~T&W' t,~
sha MR a." Drbt i GW.or a-L.inwi.DC fi Sttpe~bftT.

LPiuestaBd Pqte*t 34,
r FlyP Fym g
Aiersiea Flag.
,dmue for March, 893,


.- Wed-.....vd, MebA.- a,.
4 Augus-&- - iWftY -Meh. I-- W-3f"
ktocc ('2 -Fty, Mch 14a-It &in
usiee.. at.-.av. M-h 7S ...pm
_ Bir ..igham. Wed.-Mch-. -
I Afaca- FPriday Mdi. Mi.:3tm
ime.e ..Saturday. M-hI. 5h, 1Am
sa I'ty ..- ModayMh.3a,2PipB
obnorbee. Wed. c -:. 3s i h.i sA n
ochee -- mtday. Mch. st, 4am
-Ity- Thrsdav, M<-, :. 3:3! oa
lty Thnuzday.7Mth-)B, 4<8p
.itvn -. h McI-. u .MC 4:-*pm
s ship does otcarry patmumers.)
u... .-trdy. M.Mch- IS. 5:P
g -......-- Tnesday. Mch.eb-, S3mI
FloridaanD4Wesktrn RaitunayWay-
pers advanata4eeoailedk by n oteer
meipal -afa!t elrth, East and North-
earest ticket age&t. or apply to
iAS, Flerida FPasenger Agenat,
CE, So.citin Ant-
^ LD (i. Tinv. Pass. Aent_.
1 Wet Bay St..Jastmekavitie.Fit.
OHN J. BARI. Vi--Pre-i-*Ut-

Mnal Bank,

Alachaa Countyv

-.- - -.., 6M
al to ay.abak i a the Stae. Somlcta
k-tc. Interest allowed by special
vcfd proempny.
Dr1. iCRA H AM. ier.

IX, SeceiveS. IiJ
FAr. 5, 183. ---

+A ..3...
MQUE rwetsAytwtaflp,0~t~
awaif&Brd. j alT
^ halta s sfl iT aa A E S A L L> U ltU _
"- -I. .Up- ;
Lv Ja*a To 1 @ 14 S 9p Jac 's
Lw bb cauto. Is Iai swp u .-

tA o was.ais, aa3iSow,
sL mm +*I_ ..... .I ..... v 1:.
I" +": I-S''iS* "I
!l lamt sSr I a, . -

jb- t- --ai n. ia a -mai ,a^ -'
i^ e: ;- 4saa.

i~5?^ iW^ --

|i I sadiIIo car ", w hIII

usT. ir Iek.mw it Cl. -
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Staple sad Faary

tits indGonfectionrnm,.

13 113 TIICCI

flet in Us vtO lI
LISSi fAD llH.
>tde of the liquere.

it 11 I 19 -,U". W- -

aa HaS& aeniinsuarl.Li.
r-tetttb lt m-Vst1i Lake
Ita. My. idui .Nllasohlw
,ii u.lt. i W I blt

3L. KASM CUT 9 i0u-To tat--0Ik
oA "- . *
)iIe I-aftb lI f ,g ...iII- Neu
elrt( altl lth=nigh roots tVl--
hecr with fin'ohi.s t laepa. B <*iwvt.- l II :i'. I.- m -, -I2t iiy
-,~ ~ :15 a&' t* u- vifss

ti.vili U y lc-k %6wtnkta

ravur V-9FoIm-vepo-
fi-l*vitsma 2ems3 e. 4a Jle. % e-
and ~ ~ a th at Wa-t '""at tirar
arntmg it-sen. utlt t-. nai

~til -at t+wt a'- I Io- a+ _- -
es~bfBIei. ai-Ie*o4s l*. u*ii.
p t rr.w lsr si W C

aft t U.tWai-b Inst p -twit tsgei;S
H. Ha4 tta a hia uti est orw-
-Ia tlm vmItti-e. t ".0 i, vxdaa-- d
iorite tI3 S a --
A- I WfI &iT, W
EXY5nIfGTON4a M. d PsaS- ag~tw
Tym-. he- e-sr
rA4t: sKw~vLlLLr. VIix-RI -4.

kvg for Improved prop-
erty ion Gai r"eIru
mi- *'ifi ainn a- I iz iHnd jvt es-
p*-t Fota's .

F .r r &to RUN& ft f e'V -- -
Lu~rieci~~t am i^nde*r~atI

HH H tch i nson

-4 pstoa sadIprovd p-fruPwAl-

w-a A"1ae
AY &N G 11
>pai tao saG 4't -; T-i. (sfwtft&.a

lart uda Undruis.
-'4 ra emwa *.t

THE SUN: 17. 1893.

its of fatftand Gossip Gathered on the!-I
^iteet.-What has Happened and is I
Going to Happen-Points Personal andj
Sociai-Ie-n and Things. |
March 17-h. i
Str Patrick's Day. "
Light! Lightt!! Give us Light! |
Call on Geo. S. Merchant & Co. for1
everything in th.e grocery line. *
;- -eu :fTwomley A Hjrde's announce-]

::-'^.---^^^ ^-, -.- ....< ---- : -, - T
$u*seribe tor Taz DiurT Suit, 10 cents
.- a e e c .-; .: . - iI

A."JM. Ca-illo-isin Cuba purchasing
Tbrellas and parasols at Two .ey
H-yde's.. I- .
R-member the sociable at the Brown
Hose. tonight.
Cal. .,. G Nichols has returned from
ashot vi.it to Ocala.-
-F0e ALE:-Square piano, in good
_-ndition. Apply-at this office. 14-1n
D)y. J. D. Crmwell ia confined to his
bed wit- an attack of grippe.
W. H. Davi-&--& C. received a carload
_f 0tue mules yesterday.
The City Dads should provide waysl
Sand-eans for lighting the city.
AreyoBein i.?" I not, get "in it',
today-the Buinesi Directory.-
Easer dress goods, millinery and
.tationery at Twomey & Hyde's. -
-MTs. W._C. Plyley of Orange Hights,
" was |in Gaineville yesterday.. -
Roccky Point is at present a place of
eatinteres tto n htberntourist-.
- Latet stvles in Gent' Siarf., Shirts|
aadn Hats atTwoiney &b Hyde&'&
The- F. C. & P. ., trestle across
Swtwet water branch is being repaired.
Center Tiad, No. 11,I. 0. 0. F.,
meets :onight at 7:30 at Masonic halL.
irs. C. B. 0-0 and Mrs. Turnhll le-ft
yefrryon a pleasure trip to St. Au-[
--ttttine.=. --
Anr entfrelI new and fresh stoe~k of
seed at Me-Millas'S Dru.g' and seeIt

--Sheriff Hl~lcary returned yesterday
.roi a business trip to Melrose and
ArdTer. :
WisrTED-Two sales ladies and two
seamstrese. Apply-at once. Twomey
;-. yde. :
3 rlugfeliow Chesnut receilwd a
large assortment of spring and summer
-cc estier.Iay. -
T' thax-paers of Osinaeville would
liketo ha-e the streets lighted during
eedark nights..
-toiet prieer at (io. S. Merchant &
Co.'s. *

- Benson, RiWiX Co. shpped two.
waeana-yesterd.! to Epperson, Lumn-
--eas L Co. of Brotuon. ,

- John Harris, a cigar maker from Key I
We'-, arrjive-hn the city yt-.sterday and
will be employed by A- M. Castillo &\

S. C. Saddler returned from Jackson-
Till- yesterday, where he had been i<
attendance tip 'ixthem n'e~rtng of the
Grand Lodge Knights of Honor.
L. C. ELlis has made arrangemerts
vwi;|l J,hu Church & Co. of New Yoik.
(.hicago awl 4:ineitanati, the largest mu-I
-- itfitisse in the world, w-herely iw e |
-.i(,jy. the-public with an vhing in th+
heitt mnu-idc ne Social di?<-outt to the
home trade.- 1G-d3. -
Lettuce will not carry by express,"
i, the latest di'ateh frou:t-New York.
A refrigerator car will leave .thi "-ity
7 atbTaT morning via the F. C. & P.
Will hw sold at auction on Sat*'r-lay,
IMarrh 18th. an 2 o'clo-k p.m., one large.
f,,** tlltne -411(i ew- top b1uggy. P. 51.
OLIVER, Auctio.eer. d2t
Berries _licked last F'i.day, beine
somt-whar riper than p,-viwu' s-hIp-
merts, solt in New Y,.rk yesterday ;n
fronm 30 to 35 cents. Weather still very
Chih-ken, salads, hotcoffee, oysters ii I
all styles, strawberry, vanilla and lemon
t-ee-ream, sherbet, cakes, etc., at the
3rwn House tonight. Doors opel,
.tt 8 o'clock. A big welcome for all.
SL.u'-iusTh-inis plead guilty of thefA
in Ju-tice- Coleman's court yesterday.I
He was committed to jail in default of
-$100 bail, to appear at the next term of
circuit court.
XOTiCK-The City Tax books for the/
tears 1891 and 1892 will posiively close-
,n the 31-tday of March 1893, atnd ali
property that the taxes have not beet,
t'ii<) upon for either year will be cerni
tb-il to- the city. o- favors will be
-ihou n to any one. after March 31st.
f,.-hb2f J. M. DELL. City Collector.
0. M. Wells. ofthe Wells ppho;ph.: '
c*nilany of Ocala. was in the ri .
Thursday. M r. Wells-is negotiating for
oute of t eluisgest deal* ever wade in
puophate circies in the state.
W. H. *ftmn.. representing the
Thiema.ville M aiti Fatnrhi-ti company,
-i. in the city. Mr. L,fton i< taking or-
.er.s for igars made from tobacco grown
ab.ut Tbhmauville.
"T-'i people of this viirimty in.sit or'
havrt og anmherLtirnL Cough Rem-v1y
dlo not want any other," say- Johi i
V. Bihsup of Portland Mills, Indiana.
i'Fht iP riaht. iTiv .y know it to be su-
perior to- any othe-r ,or colt!d, and as. 1
pireventive ami crwe for croup, and whv
hoiuhl they not insist upon having it ?
50 ct-ent bottles for sale by Dr. J. W- F.
A colored man appeared before Jus-.
tiee Coleman yesterday and made ap-
plication tor a change of venire from
the -justice's court Jonesville to one
for this district. He was referred to an
You 'vil miss it if you fail to attend
i the sociable given at-the Brown Hum .e-I
tiwlgbt.hL There will be the greatest hi-
nut of chicken, salad., hot cuffee,oysters
in all styles, ice cremn, sherbert. cake,
etc. Deors open at 8 o'clock.
Don't forget that tot.ight at t'
Brown Houe the young ladies of Mr-.
P. P. Wood's class will serve elegant
I tnch"es and -rfre-4hments for the bh-tteit

I of the new M-thodist parsonage. Doors
open at 8 o'clock.

With this issue we coimemee senng L. W. Jarckon and family and R. A.
THE DAILT Suc to ild state papers u Ieh Clayton. wife and child, who are spend-
have heretofore received the weetkll-i ing a few week_, with the former, spent
nin as an exchange. While-the exp 4se WedlnesaV' among the vegetable farms
-will be co-siderable more to u%, .tiU'pe at Roqky Point. They dined with the
tru4t our brethren will appreciate j family of D. S. Wrotet., and report hav-
change. If any j-urnal to which ' intg sat down. toot of the best dinners
Stuy is mailed has "pas-ed in ita che4', ever served in this loealiti.. Mr. and
the pe-tmaster will please notify uafi Mrs. Clayton expect to leave today for a-
the fact. .tour of south Flirida.
P.J. Hahcox ofJnnesvile,on - eDyJSpepsif v lbdic tiU I
dv. had the risfortune to loe a d In their worst orms ae. cured by the
-.'. = f.t-useof P. P. P. If you are debiliated,
horse He went out to feed the ani^^;l*^^
I nr. re war.ou toI -o m anland rtn down, or if- vo'a need a tunir tro1
|early in the morning and -ound itsial- regain fles.i and lost appetite, stren-th
ing in the stall with its right fore j anti vigor, take P. PCP., and you will .
broken and its body showing signs [r bestron" ald healthy For ihattered- p aT- ^ KS
. eontnIoo ke Rnoo< t ranod, -Po .tas-^ '* -
k-tying received a -evere beating wi t a i pu -A lPkeRort manhod P.ta P. |flA T III I
Club. T"he horse eyes were ba< prmim] s th kmo" tf niwe<-i<-w P- P- i | iu **\m|_^
s -arred. Mr. Hathcox has no clue [)1P. is the- greatest blood purinier in the. B (' K|
thp s.'undrel who is guilty of the j [world. For sai- by all dri-nt^i-t.- I I .1
'hti nan act. *. - ~ ". s
The committee towhich was referr<4 ,
thie matter of settlement between n ..:^ ^* f ^J f
eityand Hartford, Hebert &f Co.--me For This W ee .i ~ i P| | |
Lastcnight.oThe committee consisted D C IF I
II. F. Dutton, pre-ident Board of Trade Ladies Fast Black Hose. 2 pairs for 25*
.Mayor S.J. Burnett, Aldermen L. -Ladies Fast B ark Hose. seainless, only-
Hi;' and W. G- Robinisonr, and Messrs 1S pair. C.'iluIrens Fast Black Ho-cI
G. K. Broomeand G. W. Hyde; seamless_ sizes6-t-o 8^, 15c nair. Chil-
.... ,drens Fast. Black.Host, seamnless. -.izti-i
following proposition for settlement wa 4 to 51^. i5e pair. Ladies Balbrigan
4.ecomm~eadedtffhe city council: ThaJi ose-jfine. at 15c pair. |_^
t re cty pay Hartford, Heben&C. &- Co{ ..I l O^
$31,000, in payments as follows: 2.0 jB aiHOslelj afl Al -g Lull,
in bonds, reserving $11,000 for compleJ a k a l cents pll Aleii^ t Ln
tion of work. $5,000 in ea- h as the-wort l. - T|. a
pnoges., and $6.000 in-bonds Uop,, ^Sp ^ ^^^neo, Summe D Goodst
I, VAprcstiswe,,- k w rth
<'mpletyonof the eonrraet, Hartfoid Will have an k eeLe opener" in white 1i 7 cents .
Hebert & Co. -to give bond of $5,000 foi and Fany Cold Oxford ties in few days.,
the faithful completion of contract Will give a cSpial, rBegyefit" on arri-- Every I
**~a of same. Call a,.l ---ee .r ods.l!-' Br gains^^ r. ^ .
Frd_ d. 1 ill not bore you, but will take pleas- U I
Far and 'l ide. -" ure in sihowing goods and giving_ price s.1 ddl O LVl I
Not on this broad continent alone, bu r sw B a
in malarial breeding trotical regions, i| STRING FELLOW
HIuatemala. Mexico, South. America, the & CHESNUT.
Ithnmus of Panama. and elsewhere, HoO- .old Star Hous." Stand.""0 T W O ft I
teter's Stomach Bitters afford? to in- hu -|
habitants and- sojourners protections |nna| an~Nn I i lII H 1X I *
a_ ain4t malaria. The-miner. the fre-Mh-
ly arrived immigrant, the tiller of the I I
vi-rgrin soil newly robb^l of it forests
by the axe of the pioneer, find in the
superb anti-febrile speific a pre,,rvneAB-ri I 1 RY
ar;ainst the poi-onous miasma which in jASIO"ABLE : IIIJLINERY
vast districts. ridh in natural reso 'e ,r ""
i, yet tertile in disease. It annihilates:
diisornlers of the stomach, liver and bow* A
els forntfies those who use it against --ALO---
rheumatic ailments bred and fostered

hv outdoor ex posu; -infuses genial
warmth into a frame ehlledl by a ri~orr-
,>u? telnperlature, and robs of their po wer
to harm morning a ,d evening miists and I
vapors laden with hurttlness; strensh- 1
t'us the weak and conquers incipient I
. idhey- trouble.



de IDarn

e- Xard.

lay at


Fancy Goods and Notions.

Exclusive agent in this city for the i
celebrated Butterirk Patterns. Ot2 I
ii i I .' ' I


,-O - i


We have just received a lot of Remnants of

Printed Henrietta's.

Lenths, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 yards each, which we will ofler

1 this week at 8 1-3 cents a yard.

-5..& LAr3 iun3Utt t' wupi| iie e I& ~ 'a .-*
quantitie to suppl the strawberry chief of Police C. i. Davesreeved | Theseoods are all new styles and especially a<
tratd- at Hamem"ck Ridge." a etter yesterday from T. F.(o!,itwor hI esgod e e s
You willcerta. fndi ov ftanj G. ..tre ;oki- iot i"t'mat for Ladies Wrappers and Childrens Dresses. Call
'nu Willertaioirttwin lrell alpa re- hi refierpneto tothe population ofGaine-. "*
.ee e?! Milau, l)ru. an.iietc. The.. is co ,ont.m,^i, and get your choice of patterns, Respectfully,.
:. ,,., .MS._ ctfe t, :atbnimelat of x~jewelery ,-tore ini--
n ht do we par taxes for? Gtentle- thxs cm-r. I ^ ^A I -.*
en- of the ( ,.aneli, can you give us anv -g -ad e isue a-tru~ e
-"Lght" upon the suject? -,-eyes r.aerliy to i ct-ol a nrri- u "
TMr'. H. 31. .Coestock. daugjhter ot Vtelrru^. Tlw'alal|licant ^i-eew lto h IIle.' W W I ^
11i-. anl Mrs. Gidelings. leftI yestertay t' l*ss -hethhertapp~y t- ihi' or (r iU
trf her hom in St. Lori". <-inty. f'r liicen-e, eywing no the rIeveiit
"eli-tion he-i' iih re. "

Tire first .~tr;sitc fe~r ~i e'-'.~uI rar-
- ~~ing urd irw'-k farming. -is r,-l--eble
stei.~Y-tr e'-eO ge the-or at MeMiliati-
- Drug and 5,-ed Store. -
Willie- Sing arI'i vie have*rcvrr'-
fr'~mn JaA~wtil!e. The-v WdI S~ein
t*Le'-u-p their re-idruct' itt Gsiregrd a-.
7 31-> t~.-t at-! two t- l~iren of C-ir-
tic-' Ate., 1-z. X-ft -te'ds y Cu- A~ l~
atu,-r ~4A-*i--.1U ~ojutsru oft few nt-t--&-
ir. thai'. c-hr.
W. I, 'L~ ~.-'. h-a- tc'~,-d tui a '~i-
~at~V~ -r-~ e tlr'. hl-~- k o~- ~ --
Vein -t~t-v-r. ~i-r-e- it-c s-i~I ~'-e' o'e' ;.-.--J
hi. ~h~-- ftiit-u-.i. ni~h the be---~ ~!-~
marsti sff-r'P. at
ac~.Ia t~ '
Th~' nt- gIl-i-n uv rite- '-uiixi -~
~chos4 eta-'. of Mv-sI'. P. Wood w;
tab- place ton iLbS arthe Ba~n tI.u..-r

- 11-e WeT- ~i,;.ao a Ttlrtc'1 hi'.~ pi~hr
Pie- Wh-nt- 4Uo~'*' tire-~ ~ruwri by J-.l
f'. St-agl.- O't- lit- far-mn tsesr rh~- c~
- ~r 1,i,-i', ffl 'ne- 17 ~-m-b---- a
wr,.hcd 4- rvurd-- I: "a- .i-
a "ck.

'ta~-et" -'t I-~ ra-i -" -e- ru --

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- ~it-~, titw-aI e- B'uq'e ~ p
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~-r s~t".K1 p.r ne'- - -- -~ tt~.Z hi~ar-





Ntew Furniture Store1



Has Just Opened


Up in Twomey'f Old Stand a New and
Complete Line of


And will keep on hand everything to suit and please the
housewife. Furniture for all cla.'ses and prices to Suit.
Call and see my stock before purchasi,'g elsewhere.



:Special Size Doors and Sash, of Yellow Pine

and Cypress lantels and all Fancy Intrior Fintsh

BUILDINGS EBECTED. PlIanB FurnDifhed. Dealer in Whit"
sPine LM4-r%. Sash and Bliuixd. Manufavtutrer f cheap fUfrlituc.
I Safe, Bed]tead-s &-. satifaction Uuaranteed i$ all Cages.

- GanesvUlle. _" Fl,,rda-

And Plt, eils, ncsreatc

~And Plate Glass Insurance,


I.1 OV~T SE1023S!

IVE li~tve fut IciiilVeti tIll- lzii~.ra:-s-t %t4HK e4 Ladit--.
j~jj%'e-. .1114 4 iiiidiv~'- L~'w 'huntj, III ;dl tile idt'-t
st~-ie.-. that Ila!'.- eX i-U I't"-l1 lwrdUht tat ttii:-- 'it'- W~-
-~ call cpu.ial att~-ntjn sfl tta *,nr liiw 'if

P('I cr B>,ck.

A ~Y lt'.

- Gain~.1iiie. Fla.


; Whole-a.e and Retail Dealer in

H. C. Porday. an extensive gr-".- '~~e- M.uhI~ Wap
of CcItt. 1), is an 'hi- *!~.-aa'::r ~n ~ at;~: ~
cut in the interest of ~e'ti-ra1 coet --
jamin h.'srses t'-r.ererl~ .kflillI- ZU the tides: wa~~
i-i; tli-.age'eestr as w&L To ek-ari
J i~t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~' ihe ev.ti-m an' b..a.k op ~ds. hes
- a.p tald.-. uihe-i ~fut Whale tiu-l oW ~-e' ~ I~W-'. ~

set -

Th,-v are pleaat-in 1tyle. perfect tittin: anmi W,- will
re-plav- with new gtl_ b ever r-pair that ,!ex"e n.,t ,ivt-M
-atisfaction in wear. Tinware MilSuppte*,


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