Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01805
 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: August 10, 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: VID01805
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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STH -EPRES I E T'SESSAGE& hi beentlor-t' .nt.,e a wh,.-e ARCHERT TI.
-JUi fllOnti ia U fitA~~ it expen:,'. Ov -r tll-:; v work- ---- i "^
men have ben disc-l from the The work of constructing the new -
FOR hae x ln indriasI from- ma tn y railroad which is to gather inte the lap
THE SHERI AK LA-YI RESPONSIBLE b ave been dropped all ain te hline. f Archer the wealh of South Florida
EXISTING EILS. and the West Indiets on the one. band,
.FffdSI'IH{ .S; A d- A a:-rotr n- fir, tw.ctcri, a--< a R-,nki,, c "
and the opulence of the great northwest .
^~~~*atnun. on B.. 1;litrt),eand10iiiu r~il-^ ^ ^ ^ Ja L dM Bk \
It Has Fortified Foreign -Nations With io n e l e and oi ril- on the other, thereby rendering her in
Or Gold-Unconditionai Repeal of the ; rI ,arly Tue d pv irni, ii. 1 .1 dav to cole the wonder and envy of .
Actof -d9in ea f t the F.rt Pitt tatinerie- a.d th' ,fe; even Bronson and Palmer, goes bravely
Act of"90 Recommended-The Qoestlon ; lv warehou-es ol th .( M "
f Tariff Reform Has. Lost.None of itW Warehouse company Iere todll d- mor has t that. a certain well
talV Rumor has it that a certain -well -T
Importance. i str"yed. Over 1..L J- curd- of bark ad.ill known journalist of the west. coast wag I
WAaHTON, Au. S-Thye salient u r iuii:ti ller :'d hide -in town the other day prospecting in I
points in the pre-sidlent's message are as thie tan;ery were .i.vtruvied. while itt regard to the establishment of a weekly i _I
follows: .J" the w-ire work- 12.900 reei, of barbed paper here. Success attend his effort", -
"'The existence of the alarming and I wire, 3-..OX keg( --f :iail. arld a large e K OWLD -x -
-extraordinary business situation involv- iu-intity of(,13l-r-,i-;t wiie, -ta-iI--i and t is. reported that one of the largest Bi--s comfort and -iw7-nvm- t M16
ing the welfare and prosperity of all our like proluet wT;- i.-,.. t,:.-r. T in point of business, we mean -orange cdj enjotyme ent when
pole has constrained me to call to-I lo-ss will reach $i$.1O' _. i4:e t- i'mrce packers of the state was here last week rii i If.ng maywholivebet-
gether.iu extra -seion the people's rep-. .s -,t t-t kn-wi. looking up -round for a new branch tert oethes and enjoy fe more,with
resentatives. r V.-akne" packing house to be located here for the' yemroeromp- b mtly
The president then goes on- to sa.:- n t t ", a e fall trade l t products
_.atth unttfe-.rtunate financial plight- is the ysal being, will attest
tat-tbe ufrttate ing nd nervvualpri-.-r" i-n-rc driven away Certain New lmamnpshire parties are the at to elth of the pure liquid
not the result of untoward events, nor by o. s- Sarsaparilla like mist before negotiating for the purpose of starting laxative r.c les embraced in the
of conditions related to our natural re-- the morning sun. To realize the benefit a foundry and mahine shop in Archer. remedy, rp o- Figs. -
-es bu ofconthissson. lItseatin.e4ience is.due to its lesenting
sources, but of congressional legislation f great medicine, iveit a trial -The general health of Archer is quite fr* mo aet n lea-
touching on the purchase of silver. anyou will oin the rmv of enthu- l'ood. with the exception of one or two ant to thetastetherefreAii andtruly
President Cleveland then reviews, the eib,-ti admirers ot Hood's Sar-apallar families, one of which we regret to say beneficial properties of a perfect lax-
results of the Sherian bill at consider-i -. is that of J. M. Driver, several member-s activee; ef-ctally cleaning the system,
able length. Sure. efficient ea-H-ood's Pills. of hichhave been down "ith fever. diselling cold headaches and fevers
-- ..- .i.thchv enon tfvr au lig ....el c.-n cntpio. ..
Contiing.he. sbe The people of;the-should be in every traveler's grip iThe neworange pe.r. the little white ently.curing eontipatn
~~~h ne or ng .. t.e.. -it-te..) .+ e 79 C.
n. A St.- t...... ........ iro adand ev,-er family .medic-ne che-t. 25C.', "" i It h._.-to miffionsand
t.t.eentitledto a ,sou.:- -" .- 5. gnat, has mad e itS appearance
and staple currency, one which shouldI a ox. __- --- here and -is causing much apprehension.,i profession, because its acts on the Kid-
be recognized in every part of the world. A Falsehood. A petition i in circulation here to in- nesV, Ia.erand Bowels witoutweak-
'Our governmentt has no right to in- C-HICAGo, August 9.-T-he tbe.egram ue the secretary of agriculture to send eng em and it is perfectly free from
jure the people by financial experi-ofrm Chicago regarding Florida being some experienced entomologist here to' every. 1 substance.-
"" "- 't .. ..and -- -whieoarff- is for sale. by all -drulg-
ments, and while tariff reform has lost thrown out of horticulture building is a teach us how to combat it. As several Syr-u l s r alebyll drug-
.gists in lbottles, -butitisman-
none of- its-- immediate or permanent: complete falsehood. Mr. Jackson re- localities in this county are afflicted in nfse-hed by e California Fig Syrup
importance, it has- seemed to me that quested of Chief Samuel permission to 'his way, it is hoped that the efforts of: CA.o.nlyj whoeanafhe is printed on every
the -financial condition of the country temporarily remove the exhibit to the Archer in this direction will be fully p age, l the name, Syrup of Figs,
should before all other ubjeco' claim state building, as he had not sufficient seconded. The insect should be studied andhi well iforM you will not
the attentiCn of congress.'" --material to properly maintain it. Chief on the ground. accept ny substitute if offered.
In-conclusion the President says "I Samuel granted the reoluest and prom- Mis& Belva Thomas, one of Gaines-
earnestly recommend the prompt -re- ised to provide space again when de- I ville's charming young ladies, has been
peal of the provisions of the act Of 1890D sired. Mr. Jackson secured yesterday visiting here for some days, the guest I t
authorizing the purchase of silver bull- the concession to sell Florida tobacco 1ot Mrs.S. A. Hodgson.
ion and that all other legislative action and -eigars in the state buitdldinl. By Mr. and Mrs. G. P.-Quaiutance havel
may put beyond all doubt or mistake reason of this Florida tobacco producers gone to visit their married daagnhter alit al Cdmit Ua Miig ngine
the attention and the ability of the and manufacturers can make exhibit- who lives near Morristown. -
government to to fulfill its pecuniary and-sales andMr. Jack-on cordially in- Rev. T. E. Smith.pastor of the Pres- T
Re. T..... SmPh, pa Btrxof t_
obligations in money uiversallyrecog- vites everyone interetE.d to do so. -be- bvterian church here, held -ervices.0. BOX 60
co .ri& .Z o lo d"
nized by all civilized countries." ieving that in this way one of Flurida'si morning and evening last -uday. I -S V
Condensed Dp-th. greatest present and prospective indu- DEACON.. AIESIL. FLA.
-n .- _T^- -- - 11 . tries may be most profitably represented. ----- __-_
Brunswick's First National bank will p t r A Pointer. -"
reopen. raor Over Fifty Veaars w rbb
probably reopen.- ..sr y r All trains to Ccago wil probably .- _--=- - "ad E.xaitiuon-
probabl- "Mrs. Window's Soothing yrup has be filled after June 1st and in order to of W sitar y and technical purpose-.
The farmers of Georgia are holding a been used for children teething. It ha-easufficient number of sleeping T aOUA^iPrII ... i-
-convehtion at Stone mountain. soothes the child, softens the gums, cars, we have decided to commence re- SpWa&mforanthlyeontrawt". j i.t
_- _. allays all pain, cures wiii coiie, an a is s- ervatons for the future. Diagrams of -.:
John Johnson, capitalist and ex-bank- the best remedy fc .,arrh a. Twenty- sleeping cars for June, July, August MASTER'S SALE.
-er of Milwaukee, has- made an assitgn- five cents a bor:te. Sold by all druggists ;.nd eptember are now in the hands of Uadervadlbyvirtueo a deree of tore-
nt ... throughout tre world. i. H. Doll, district passeuger agent. i o e -amortcpmade and rendered on
E--. "" -" F- ET. V.&G.Rv.,2 WW. Baystreet, AtliAtlhaW.fJn-. D .. I.t by Hon.
The interest-on -the foreign. a debt& f .tbe Bu ry. Ja tcks.onville, Fla., and applicaion I WA. H. judge ofthe circuit court of
S -JOV--% -.I, F.or" a UbdvidkaeireUit, in Atid- for Ala-
:- Mexico willbe paid by the European' ST. Lors Mo.,August --John Pinn, stld be made to him as soRn as inpossi- a-t.ierrain ansethere pnd-
. h.. bea n ewsaper carrier living at "424 ble- Mr. Doll also has a list of hotelsi ng on thehancerysideof sud courtwhere-
capitalism.- esae ane vo t-^ hrr~~ ot^i h~w mnid Cian c arms-- W iet ib vomuplainant
Choteao avenue, about 6 o'clock yes- an ring houses i icago and M Lewi Houston is fdant i, J. A.
By an accidtt in:tlhe B*-:imer steel Vmonin al m. t C- t uburbs and will be pleased to furnish Animosawse miaaster i n eChaCwryby
dn: -<-i t.. t- i- :terday mormg almst completely rates and any other information vou appolainettofth eourt -wl inet.t pulit-
TWok;it Ih-Viinrt'd and tisv- e bi works at Ulevei:tni. Urn", Ihe mlri .er wiped his family out of existence. Hie n,- v desire. B. W. Wrenn, Gen. Pi|s iUtyr 2 I G lHert hnuaoe d,,,r. in ihe-
horrbly burted. -.as been ill for some day s of a fever, s ticket Agent. E. T. & G.- Ryc.ity of Ganie vle, AlcBua county, rida.,
Two unded nd ~tyitle bll' nd od hil bi wie ws abentfro th > ______bidder ths~icr. all of that certain ml. piece.
reauiutions .i-rc inrr_-uced n the house getting something for him he e-" The whiskey whin has. mae -S. -.V jbeiSS ISlq^nt 1 ofl?,i-ua.1^dtkn aI
senit vete-rty. came delirious. Jumping from his bed, DUKE famous is Old Private Stock. F d t.au known and ds.t-ribed a, foi-
T,.-tu"eof,.;e_ i=diaZs that ( seized a fiat iron and beat two of hi" [ Drink no other. T.. east haifof the south west quarter r'.
they a-ticipated it would be. n -. I .aug fatal inJuries. Thenu,.wth a ___t_-_'- it-- T ig,,-._,. __ad. .. hr.e.
'butcher knife, he hacied his two girls jfin wys. M I&O IITKU Togent~herwtbaland snglappr tie-*^.*
c atbnet meeting was held yesterday .n a rot horrible manner. He com-, Anaealei eepttDtiperboh.in Ibsa_ e~ing or In anwe aVt.-r-
at which the leading topics of the day pleted his fearful work with a slashl aSd am -eliti tt)a said-eddre ,fess-nd cos. Trni a-. .
were discussed for hour. arows his own throat. All five :were "A MOOESVILLE ITEMS, thtlns d r Xa.h. A-rO y.
An effort is being made in the west to fatally wounded" The horrible work} I-----L - t"w f "a i"--a ry
secure steamshiD transportation to ot the insane man was not found out I I am requested by the young people --

'fe retrned at] foud U-dda aftebF viruerof
Europe via the Gulf of Mexico. until his wife returned and found their of Jon'esville to say that there will be aI =#ei&*dSSS&reoaW l hArU-
.J Europ [__ little home literally flooded with blood. grand picnic given at the Cummer Park. jofJuly, M b the Hon. W. A. HfcwsW.
It is officially announced that these is ---- ._ i.j judgeoetiEulteacourt. fitfh iab dia? tr-
: -- . ...te... .... G ainesvill 'e (a --r -n' ion rrtid a y .. A g -tl -' 25th i *Ve r" W t~ Y liS u it of P rNL ~inA nud- Air _% .Ia e ua o nw V At
one case ot cholera on board the Kara Aeuton. Ga.sil 4,r.,,I ar. A 2 Er lja 'i rsAhau
A -- + ". ... : )ordjally invited tocome and bring well a "1l,_-ft---lriC-f='. there pemdii'r1
mna.rrentiy arrived at 'e York, All member of the Gt. .. ... ... ....... ..th-h. .of&4dr ._ .i
mania, recently arrived at- "w mr- ".. I d ba-kets ,tr:, h;ave a- tgood timde. Cbt raa. W. llskait i. et.iMemkW.s i.-,j
from Naples. (Guard,. C.'ompany A. -'hi ria:: ,:l. x. ... b y. _- t f _o ,F.4i xJohinosoisfde-euan :.L A..- T ii=i--_.
;. . , ." uif iizird by the f o l _,-rif- d t ..t -s-viejd uBp imir n
- Th li s. 1;.are herebyorered to ,he in thi- Knighit Brotbers' Band. Come onte.- wi:iINonda.y, the-rtth4a of --4ten.-
Th- -p- dnts message was r armorv with baggage .inkIaceoAr,';1-n:'-M em I all. and we will trV to give you al -ir. .- A D. k tesa _e bingleaida day.
- approved of by the business men of on Thurslay. A.u-t l'P. -it o a-IWn... g- ,i_. i :tfenth.ct. thE :-



Swill offer miv entire stock of


lfor the next 30 days at low cut price. Such -as thin
coats and vest, off all kind.
S Mohair Coats aInd Vests $3.I for............... ----------------- ..... .
Fancy Flannell Coats and Vests f3.50 for ...........-- ........... 4.75
1 Blue Serge Coats atn Vests $7.50 f-r. .....---....... . -....
White Fiannell Coats and Vests $<-0X for.-----'---------------
Fancy Mohaii Coats and Vests $6.00 for-........... ----

SBlack Alpaca Coats from $1.00 ooto $5.00.

{, SILK PONGEE COATS & VESTS $6.5o, now $5.00.

-Now is the chance for you to buy cheap.



SGainesville, Fiorida*

Do a General Banking Business. buy anti sell Foreign and IDome*ic Exchange.
The accounts of Banks. Bankers, Corporationa. Farmers, Merchant-and
others received onfavorable terms. Special facilifit-. for making
*Collectinson.on all acLcessible Doints in the United :States.
Below we call attention to the fact that we ha-e a large
quantity of Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed,
seelecte(d, imported direct from the Sea
IslanIds of South Carolima.L
1 Xo. 1, per bushel, $2.i. Filwber fr4mt 1 34 to 1 inches No. 2,
i per bushel, $2. Fiber tromil i-8 to 1 3-4 inhe,. F. 0. IL. Cars at
Gainesville. FIla. Reduced 1ates t1n quantities var- ing from 25 to
5W4 bushels;.
________ I I

Ii.7I1Aii~trD~ &Ct).,

Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Oils, Harness

and Mill Supplies.
Are now re-ady to Slupply the market with
I~o0rs, Sash, B3li nds, ~inme, Cdimeitt
and 3Plamter.
We Make a Specialty of First-Class Tin and Plumbing Work.




Make a Specialty of
111ll1Tr fmir witif nnnnn tuin m .unn

WHIiL I Ant F, uuuI ANU DUUIt,

Estimates Furnished & suitdins[rcted on ShMest Possile lime
Gainesville,. - Forida.
I s T .4 1- a 11 a F t -21. _I S V I II.q f-+lt s .t ,. .

-tlanita. -.let g tTOv ru r LUln"U It 1:JUs -rel r t t: _:iir -. -. s -L tV *t tl-tl l i l : -- *,'- . ,au. t ,*-; ..l 1- !i.prepared Uto t1a- .K-.1 -. -II A i \ 1 i '-,,' .Jil:
-- . .- w ,..l l:w vt- ..to-wit: acre f .to- it
about the right thing. -- cala. Fi. I-ifively nro nt mbr v. i ,ram to uit The d ^ay. e- t p:-. Ar yI"-mot,
.- exc '-d.-. R .-r e picni-- rou i-' ne-r t "e If mile pr lt-rt evied upon anS" to i-"- -.41 - A% -i T
senator 'ol .niut.-avys that tthen s.sa..e F - II ':V. --t o it% Giaine-viile ajn. l Trenton ; -r..-"k'- li x Jel -J o- T- '" t'.-t -A- I
Ce sKERr- na I rn ?- Ra 0- Ba4ntt -rz T FIRS NATI1
is adeclaration in tavor .of a gold stan- i f::L ,- -A. r.a. Cara- cg d. -I-4-rI -rO -. 8.i- L-k .. "l 1 a
i ,, '' -+ '* y * A* *- t-ArY. -- -i * _B^ ^- ^-*^ B^ ^^.^ B^ ^^1'^ ^ ^
d a r d a n d ,! o. e n o t I b h e v e i t w i l l. b e ---- ._,. _.:. A-._ ..__ _I f--TM--I--E: Ai- K. Y h.b a q- vl, l l I
. tceptatle to the iua S n-. '-natior rdon H ''- tf m'_. ...... . - -_ 1.. .-.
ia--is-t --om .t n "fMAr" a A ..

''he l'ten-At-t-zt -, a -,'-cra"' cot 'v.n:ion
nominated w. E. A: .!tro:t for mayor.,
lihi- ill, b fir ,.- t --. -o by the
- pie- in zi: y-vir, thr c.y- having
been tir:t ': ^ pr.tvi-._ u.-al Sv,;r-n-t~tl

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I. S N: AUGJ.ST .10,. x0i3.

'The Silver Question.
; --- .LOCAL -NOTES. Qu-est"ih s. 9 on_
SWELL BALANCED Although the silver question is one
Spt. Hollow assisted b o. -the mind of the which has been generally regarded as
Lynch, was busy vesterv notifying, woman who knows being of diffiult solution, it has been
tea-chers ot their appointments. i the best medicine for leary demonstrated after allthat there
.t sa istpoi then. teae"r S heraches, pains anA need be no stumbling block in the wav
e.llw s the t iac w eakness, pais a o silver. Stringfellow & Chesnut have
w Who will fill the positions i the pablici fon in r. PeO e ;struck keynote to success by an-
ea. M.mo Wea inTmuc Lt 5.-. t Fm-r ie t found m Pr rS nouncing, that they will redeem iri goods
ipalMaj.W. Thomas; assistants, Favorite Prescrip---all silver coin that may be presented at
Misses Clemn Hampton., Ella La7Fovd-
ie Clem Hampton, Ella LaFoRii- e. Ition. It is a remedy -ee hundred and twenty-five cents on a
In Pot and e R .--- ~wbich corrects and dollar. They claim that a silver dollar
That moautmont on the noitheast cor-i -- r-, t -.. is as good as ever and worth a premium|
Tt.on tho t. d~.s i n honest g'xds -and startling values.-.
ner of the public square should be re- n d Udse tie iaiii t- o "ti fri wl es. P-
I -derangements an i-The fr swl sb-
moved to the cemetery. Thecitywould derangement ad S- Thereliabilitv of thi r is well
look dead enough without a gravestone e aSs peculiar to WO- lihied, They are not alarmed at the
looming up in the midst of the quietudej men, builds Up and financial scare, but will continue to take
-and too, the inscription on the monu- trengthens her ss- silver dollars in exchange for flrst-elass
ment is- sufficient to cause fear and B tem- when -she's gtod-s They regard silver as good as'
trembling on- the part. of most of the I g_ ,hld. and at their place of business lno
visiting strangers who read it. wea, run- down line of distinction will be drawn be-1
ifither e a erhoe rain woand overworked, tween sold. and at their place of busi-
If. there are those -in Grain~syille -who _placec* .i*
have not cleaned up their premise wand For an invigorat- ness no line of distinction will be drawn
have ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'bte golt andne upter rmse n .lye .** ,, This . 1--
put them in a good sanitary condition, M g restorative tonic, special- between gold and silver,- This propo
they should sowithout-fYrtherdela. ly adapted to woman's needs ,on ou4ht to be eminently stisfactnr
I. is a duty they owe to the neighbor. --the "Favorite Prescription" th everybody .oand we see no &reasonnS wh
and themselves. To neglect a matter of is S positive m its effect that theoru. tot commene without& delay.
posev should not comenc without futelayl.-1
so muh importance may lead to the it is guaranteed. If it ever fails ee their "ad" in another column.
Introd ion and spread of infectious, to benefit or cure in cases for
diseases, an,4 bring about a calamity in i Fntertainment at Orange titlite
tbe shape of death in the households of which it's advised, you have There will be a social, with refresh-
those who neglect or refuse to observe. yOUr money back. ments, at the residence of Mr. and Mm.
the laws of sanitation. What else can be "just as Gtylord at Orange Hights on Thursday
s r.o.o na .Fort eade.wo" fr yu evening, the 7th inst., proceeds to be1
Scottf near Fort Meade who good for you? -u. to procure a bell for the Methodist
wsn the eit yesterday, has erh:p For bearing-down Sensations, hurc A eneral invitation is c
t ohem,-oBovel necktie in the state. It ulceration, inflammation, everyy- tened to friends of the cause.
was manufactured out of the skin of a.th, known as "female cor- X
'11 G vlr ati Orange as.ht R O o n TI hu.s"ay

Indian squaw. Mr. Scott shot the snake, plait s IS a be that -
which was over eight feet lung and ha- safe, certain, and proved. There are 10 lines running oeut of
,T n A ^ Cicago competing for eastboond, bsi-
eventeen rattles. ie Iesays snakes of Take it for the prompt e- Cnesf t i-
this size and speies are common in the I-f it imparts. There were 2444 railroad accidents in
Everglades. -- is country in 1892; 790 persons were
We hiave confidence in silver, and of- MICANOPY HAPPENINGS. killed and 2,68 85 d.
"fer 25 per cent premium for saime in e V jA belt recently made for the Broolyn
goods STRLsGFELLOw-& CHESSTT. i August 9.-The Micanopv base baHi City Electric Railway company is 116
Tuesday afternoon between the hours team i Practicing twice a week, and are feet ong, 72 inche wide ap s

...... --. -,- A .. -) getting ready to challenge Gainesville { 1,-0 poumnd. One hundred and twenty
of 2 and 5, while E. A; FiCeltds was ab- e .Te. yife e me were d in its-,-,-fac,.----
.. .. -h- t. .. some time this month The ieed moret
et from his houe in orth Gaines- nfient than before A new plan is eing considered to CO-4
vwle, some- thieves entered it and stolen otrr uc feet f h.. I ... ett a belt lin. around Combu 0.
some household goods, jewelry, etc.-. G. Haood. for"er- of -t p.. The propoe l about 10 i
Mr. Fiele s a makleing preparations o but k n es Oca, was in town st estimated at ,0,0. Part
t i- siz .a i r ta .

4esve Gainesville and had packed his Fd- ".i oftheright ofwayhas~beome. i|
--unks. The thieves had broken them i Mis Carrie Johnson. after a. illue.-_i' A custom was established sone time I -,
pen, and what they did not carr of eral weeks, is out agaci ago by the road entering Coilmbso, 0. -s
Steered around t-. e room. No clue Rev.. T. Litner of Hawthorn de- to give state employees a I
W e, avt e claounl- d nce inom. _e o and 7..f-, M -A-N P AP EN -N*t- kile an-- 2. M ,. -- -

Tau a ve bfeeon --oee j tivered a very interesting sermon at th cef a cent a aei.le on all occasions. T heigs
rasy e o th the -f-.- Baptist church last Sun1lay. custom ha been abandoned, and nowet -
tnttors of ue tgcit. ready_ 'n i I 1 a i- -
.. "- -i Mers. W. f. Carter, C. E. Owens i X Ga ... gu
LEMON ELIXIR. -ad R. B. Taylor h-ave left for New 1 A he.ralsof tBoston adMaineI
A -Pleasant Lemo' Tonic. t h and wibef e road ane p Bostonare to be covered with- a
Tor Biliousness, Constipation and Ma- weeks. The- will also take in the. c t- ao the trck t rem- a -i-
Iarii.. company to alow mh tracks to remm i "
or Indigestion, Sick and Nervous World' Fair. J: H. Rigs- has care un covered and to he ligh0 edsbuilt
Headche.FrIn eo.-of the Florida Southern lepot and thi se the.a peor .
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness and express fi during Mr. Owen' ab- Th new station of a Rail-
but~~~~~now~ne reiig-nOaatwsi on,-atio of =,0 th 1eta ail-

ne.. Joe is a trustworthy e
For Fever, Cill, ility a Ki- j lc. o of a you ii man. road of New Jerse, at Atli High-
-leave Gainelity ad J- Fc Browe oh the St. Augustine landshas beenfniahed. Itianelrofe.
s--_ neye Lemon Elixir. _.

Ladies Tor nathrl horou n ortaMic s Cabe workwas in-Miaopy la mesin the st-ate dwase I __ im.
regulation.take Lemon Elixir. week. ---- --. -- r,_ _
Dr. Mozlev's Lemon Elixir is pre- A. J.Shuford and family have moved madei at- __e _____ _!
pared from te fresh juice of Lemons, o oldhome in townd finding -
combined with other vegetable liver be ack to thei old hm
tonics, and will not fail you in any their country place very unhealthy. -I 1740-Thero wasa k of
the above named diseases. 5Im. and $1 Lawrence Williams, a colored man. the post between ondon and Ed h
scatere aroun -.toue room -No cluemof -

bottle at druggists. while walking home from church' last one i. acont the fones fcasn, t he a-
Prpared oiny by Dr. H. Mozley, At Sunday night accompanied by another geneally thera e adonly ta ,r
at darkey was held up by a large alligator, four.
Mesrs W.ake R. artr, '.E. wen.

Banerrite. A which caught him by the fot and Ben Franklina
-From experience in nv family. )r: Inocked the other darker down iith ed first deputy ostae genena ft
H. MazlB--iTaonri Elixir lef, few, .ife A
any equals, and no tperi-rs in medi- ht the American colonies. ci
c-ine, for the regulation of ihe liver, I J. W. Carter went today to lay a l60-Mail coach route twere b

stomach antI-. t-,Wt; i bridge across Prairie creek. This wa- lished by Franklin from Philadelphia to
W. I MA.;iss. re- Nat bak i badlv needed, and will be appreciated jBoston, connecting with all the leading I
S Mjinyillei. Tn badly n-eded, and willtowns en route. U
____ i by the citizens of Gainesville as well as ws n ru
A ner1d i.h-IM'Inop. 174-In this year the English mail
Er nervoit;and sick dache-, i were first cc-iveyed in coache The first
nevii ad-ikhedch~, M'ir. -sgood.- one of Citra's mIt u
dicestion, biliousnes- and constipation Mr- s one o mail by this startling innovation was
(of which I have been a great sufferer; cesfuil orange growers, is spending a. sent from Lmdon to Bristol-St. Lomis
I have never found a medicine thati few days at the (entrd hoteL Globe-Democrat.
would give such pleasant, prompt and Ex-Sheriff Fennell passed through h -
permanent relief as Dr. H. Mozley's I-
Lemon Elixir.e o.ur town Tueday.. McGi_ G PITH AND PONT.
J. P. SAWTEL-L. Griffin, Ga. .
Publisher Morni Cal ambla's Eye and Sin Missouri leads the wordinlead -
-e j-" i Ointment. i nc'tio0 i-
p C p i j A certain cure for ChronieSwe-Eyes, I The name bank is derived fro b-ncom 4
S(ouncil met last night in H. F. Dut- Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old a bench. It
ton & Co:s officein adjourned session. Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Forgery was first made punishable by
Present-Presi lent Pound. Aldermen Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples death mi 134. -i
Carlisle. McArthur, Robinson. Hill and and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. The Germans were the first to emply,1
Walters. Alderman Carlisle was chosen i Hundreds of case, have been cured by 1 gunp3owder for blasting rock
clerk in the absence of Clerk Morri-. itafterall other treatment had failed. l A li cmin depreiates 5 per cent in -
The special committee. consistinig of 23 cents per box. r ntlue n 16 yvarn of constant use.

Aldermen Carlisle and Robinson. who:
wereapptointed to tix -a rate of taxation
for the year IS14t, reported that they -
had decided upon the followiuz: Inter- -
est and sinkini tund for bonds, eight
mills: general fund. ten mills- sinking -
fund, for out.iaiding tndtebted-
ness-, two ull'-:" making a total of twen-

Cures Dyspepsia,
digestion & Debilii

M[rm. F_ f t-oihrter. -i-tcr-in-li

ty mill. Report a loptlei- Mi,-.-- :in Ami- --u--r
Aldermen York and* Roiix came- in vi-it:inwfwtn here ha re-rttu-ned lx
and-tUxk their seats. -- hnie i- P rmiar hant A a. Mi-"
A communication from the water ao.Nmlar:in her.
cr-mi.sion. _,ati,",- among o-her man-- Mr-. F-mrr!- ii wi: ,
--erO, that thyha-I or :itedl 1yetectitgs Mcic a:. "' v-i: 2rela'-c ;-1 I-!: .
H- IE- L.ay. 1sn'i-,--ld-tlt- A_ WM t a-hmnan., t:e %V;;rz.- --'r..
- D.-y, prr-let?, A. M- f iilma! t
-e-retarv. al! I.. T. W-ux. :rea_-,rer: a :- '- K il r -- r :-
SThe tu I rte- *rt wi:.4 aplt.V& ar ni:- --. t-r..k-i- -- .':y .. .- -- -
rvw'" SI-N ,,f I.-:_!. -.
A .4?c m tn'nulwa:n ma f-r,'n -h', ';i.- -n:- .. h.- rii- r --f ,_r-_i-,, :.t.
-o m a On -i

I in .
Tilei~imiul i frt'n: ^ tf ;h<- V-Arn-^.n ,i-*- f-.r *-^_,e W_,r.r< 7"- ir.

irediften- -

Wii a . ._- 1 - - - --
n.fv t -rh * .T .- .- "' --_. '= .'* - : "-'-a -...i' :. : ;''"- -" ,: :,-- i- 2 --,

"h -- .
IR# -- a .i -,-. I -- : A- P4--t -,,:-' .. -- _

*^ .l ;'ur l eth-ji aS.f te 'i- ^hl-k ^ ii, ,n ;'... --. < o ... .. _: : .-_,-
1ml~ ih-t2 I~ t-- v r ?t ;-L -.\ \
d' 45t..w~liu > fAt^-4 sIi -. -v'~-a a i.al -- k'^-'^ --"" ^ l :r "
arrC ot- IC'. lI' I a- J: 7 I- ,
rhf-.a R~ni-!v (:-m Irv- Mr. iteUt-eli b*-ti ^ tt'-. lkb-B was ^ ;g -'* A:: ---*-: t:^-
eral other i _- where it W-e --a ,- :ri.-. t'. L
suceful. I Zhink i Ct. u not be ex- ----
celled Awid ci,.erfulir r ecmen it I i'.t. etr wt?:ba t- -tci
25 and MI cent bo% (s %wralk vPrv r- be su-Tv to- call fko !U Pr.ie ?-
J. W. F. Kiagc. iv0 Dtxa..oeaes: *

wPis~e n It

It ijusRt be.
ca. se-tiiere i.s

o lard n ;Iflhat

tose new shorFesun
1s 90 IwOtnfrf&f!y j^J^
ulfaw witfh housekeeJers.
OTTa.ON.E -is


4lte unileasaint odor

fteessuri| connected
with iiNLQ* Vte 3hiWfl.
ThWFe s.,n' ml Stbs1tut.c.

we ~ ~

7PP8ITOl, 4- 0
A Nw Am4amno
uppmrosnosi ew

LOmeoc tmu/lr -A
I every Balu gad d
ftb the knxills or hdet
am&teo *amrft

e. eeIve,. U
Mara-z-t Iad by
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4 aMI

IXIiiC^ nder-r-d rTvirtn o_ I.
c sli.u fia t..- *i ii t r-t-i n .-.: *t,. -. ;: j, y
CURE _J I- ot January, A. I.. .l-. I.-. .lJ-. I .'lh-v.
( '- -* jJudeeol the t'ir.i-t 4 )ull.. i ltth .Jiud-al-
q tr mnt oi atttmgt m (- ruiti In ior A6iau- i t'ti. F" ortia.
Rpge of Oimoemt dtwcj i I- iat ehami er in a c-trtain ta.c ,..t-r-- ,.n-',.-
Ae -al n .Cur- for aI-cI:S .i the- eh:t i i o-c-l .id-oX itd -,.mt.n A t, ;--.
-te m aa raf.. I Idal .. Mauhiin tl iimlaalan aR l LW-
So3o! I fcarbolic a 1i, U etab i Catari -. i hi, ;:,- 'r,_ -
DSt ipel-S52 EUNI 4W(iofr- j t letdanta I. J. A. AMMi..p e *. ,
ea Ci r4 Wo -tin c hum-r r'1A --L
i? We gu.arante- e -- -.r can,--ry ..;.:,
i) ea s Ta. pay foL r -h rt. w! -t at u-i-. ;.-v,
a"bx"6fo entr ,- S t.o th OsretWe .-m !'* <-Y of t. wvillt*. A-l ,"-.ua .n -.'.
i NCWe" Plj Pfies te4 S h-mda, to lht h.h. -t .I,:. i ... .
t-e oaeUwrPeilety Tt-4:i n :. .
sasL mild ani pB eIn to j h sd for children auM O a ;vo- it-: ".
LU = ".- A I! that ctrl:,-:;: t. tr:,-< i. -. ,.i- .e --
i _- i d i.t- X ; S.1-T! Ii, th0

_* A--i 3nicmiyb- A t i -iii. ,y _.-y I_-.
S* t,-oli -i tr f rtV- . .

ou w i.E.F- I Z I A-Irg Indr ht-it-. Tlil -l t -. i itnij 2 ant .! tr "igil -
ti' 1 T. FLA '- AU.- T-wl

\ athaniel H* .w n -. U Ib i.. lb. X-

' NoJ BWronndThe World j ^Eiht- >ar '- 4irantr5- at a iterr i-.o i n.
L I No. T hel Corl ca, r*_ -- -V t- t.ii 7ri !e-i' 111Dt r d--'tal o k 2 t ;i bx d L -*
L^B orl t ander Dmw u 1 as. -"-.- i .we F-. 1-tlb H it ,n. i. a-k,. i-r.

^L^i" No. 7. 'Lady ,;r- "" '1 M.l-n t J(ade itmg p f t li :rcxt i. i-s-ni. Fi-th J,';.;'aii
****i NkA. -TheM ta-" y o.-- R at t191 ,r-. t i T T r:\a;n caur .-,r01 fi-h.

ltlllllllr Xo. 9. a -'r!Hawnl I.- rf. -v r 't ing~i t-!i. em ni-. t v -s.de of ssF. i i,-nn,-
[iB--tXIByr" u'er.M. I-Lrat!11k- IUlitA !n4 r ti.-A-ttN f 'hi W.

lui'a-3Sof *f" B Ia rT author of','niraaThadrlii-7
No. 3- "-heIL.'eKTiiii-. =-xa V d Iic a W.W.H AM-IITin I. Mri ts.4 A l oii
3f-Hs L. Bradda.

.D ..ia -'**lS- Igfah-.'" Fir ,-^ h if a - 4efti r 1. 1. *-- -nti nret ,
MNIN. 1. N I ..'t'- akt- Fagrd a tnil rt. -- '-

-mS W3arn.Du piitiimas. ouij tt Ct -I'- t'-v H W. A- Ho.-f r.
-Im a s'._7.. *-ady-t.nu~-f ." m it.-'Na 'ou 4 i h'- e- ^ Gofra eim"'iJ--. Ajh-L n h 4iir
c..0.--__ hetite.Carey,- oFd. to the h <-ddeaSr i 'h -.-iU rv. FiriV ,
No.yiS. Ave v RK at e <4th^ .nIo L- 4; r t iaii I.'1-I t'ba .1-r.? jr
dluj e0tf i &a 99x9 No. a. -ThB -ir TIra rfy;Bv 41 htr Wulu io iteVC1:11tr fide '"t !- T -

*EL- :,i-tt--rr T, "-__,, __- Sott1- "" -whBe lc-apJae V iitv \ h -'at -,4 Fi-.wi -4 aL-i
A- N OtAlt. Lirfe. .1v Mi- rMUor the lOr eur ift ,- ' ri.w ll a nd i-it iBf (t
No<-,-.. Ji.. "'Mr. ,,-i~i-r -- L r. 1 h- i thetimJitlra kt -ii utl ih- a,ufi lat'uatog-
"^ -B Al It- i brtrafr isrxatl ,!forTirlt-# -lte of fcar W.

WKBUR -- 'T -.- Kh .' th--b< ....ofj a:-ra Mar- (41 Y S rt.t-hi .i,, h ai< *_ n 4,a, l.-f 0- < ?.i

A in I "\ o l y< h-12. "Th ,eB-it-g o iran J.' IA* -jx r E ; tiho-ib wrrt quai.tr. n A thc w-Bt, haitil i_.ha
,.-- ii . I. f-. *,a"ei3r .. 1. J. A Ans- c ,,

- [:r^l- 1 " *- '--i-_ ox ; Ail rr -aM -'tr-- I .? r? h'tai -a>4 r
i-as \ hla Cary! ; f to .b.-l-Of.df-nh*-r. Mn -
16. "A ... i. i- A. ..ona da t 41h day "I p rt r. A- 01
P .y- .. . ....Til- ... I- .TIn"- le gal ....le da. y. ImwT" tt.- !*

-- c .- 7 B k u n r, Th- .- I - ..- "= te t-r +
4s OW q --- -- j t Tb.4-- .-..---1" --L c_.. |

and tel h -A; r r- v --n R, M--.- 7-

-" i i .-- < .--r _, -_ - -u r"-. --ly n g ---
.it, "Mr. T H'tl'v I.e r R i 'ES U Nh uI *-Tur-
- V -I%;-- on h v
The a - 1.- 1'. v q - a: Mar- 102A-^"ut fvf 1% - -* l- a r? 14 T- 1r -h; -**r -

"MS? ^ .! 1-* 4c^ ' a"@ l^ ; 1 v a k -.- nifn *t^ :;.iT.<- * i? L^
^^^^ ^- ^^^^ _?__. Kss--" .^ ?r,>r<^TK~ni If,-*!*.*- *._ij.;<_,-!.** x : u#
Ag-ainstt mocse ptycoze i* .n;-'* : **atf* *-.**.--'' ^'.
lW& A as,*Rd ~b f~~r Nf. Th- --,r 14.I- ? :- c r sej- *-;- .d; ;'"*- --
lTBfxii~wec f r 4''":' -*' ^ *E.e M n u ^ -* *- -. >-^_ .

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i1-.. aa^ ^^t-* _-a^ _. 1^ ^ ^^^ . -7 -*: -.B -*.- ^tr .?
M ~ .-~. * -*<^ ^ *fi~* *** r~ c **-"---- '-.-- --- ^ ^- -* *-
.ia~ fr T 3-'ir fia'ii n -. -. . |' ^.**4m svis '

tab* *W. !ii i tuI -r
The AO.M cwesm Wb1ky

The-r- haN been 30 suicides coS=it- mtaj
ERS te,- n zt- Eiffi tower, Paris, sce
In- its constr cuen- a
ty- More than 6W0(00 -tanipare said to be -3-
f-mnd every year loose Itn the lettekrbozes .
of the united Kingdom. -- ri


LI f-,- 1,000 WE i
-a l- i Become afflicted and remSin afo, ,
Tn rnf utolu miseries from a
S I-f delicacy they cannot over. i
S. b stimulating and Caoig to _-
z- &enhthe actknall hesogauS, tMa-
It causes health to b-oom on the_
M tLe frabie It znevr faii toi.r i f_
--r;*:-: r "if ie IBi I=_-".. ^-
*-. -:.. frfme y -. ta-^tfr. ; $1n" **- ^I

-- 5a Z. B. U t

Lookout Xountsn
W ,-ith its magnificentl*yqVje r
I rn" under Easern manae
meant is now open ray ft*
guests The EastTennem -
*' Road agents will sef E..^
S-e TkOTicketsat lowf re
'- W. Waz ,Ga P .ATt




B- |Under and by virtu orf an -xeetui--m in
SI I / I I II 1 1 I favorofLAdin e. ilhert and 0m11anv.
IU I IWLI Pia anBO OaKs? Ah-xan -er P. _1ric;.
defendant. i-.u-t-d ,n! T4 t'etrcuit Co>r.
A'm"t f-- rth Judieaia ireru:..*' -?T-rira,--in :ti-d for
S-.Au-t i Mirion county. I. A. IV. -Hitearv. _'h-riT of
Si \l j"~ I AAi \A "A V Alactlua e,-u'Ty. Fi rida. have thif- av hlv-
VL I{ V t\ A W A iV J / .ied upon and ilI !zH ft lore Th ("urti Hx-j.se
dl r iV T/I?- _. "T. 7nht a -,
" "-e._ ^- 4ry.on-V ndan .Tht 4Th day of St-pTOM'f-.
Readers o~f c-y.on
, a~er 01 A. D 3w ,i T e beings --lwite ay. be-
tween the legal hoVr? I I ;-^ f I '- ^ iand best bihder tIereforfor cashti ;he ol!.w-
~. "" -:-' "" ing real e-_a:e, toi-wit: The aou;h bait ot
the .oinhwe< ,; .irter: the nwthirw__ quar-
THE ITr o thesonhwt-t quarter, and ih outh-
-wes't quarter ofi .a-I, btheast c uarerof)iec-
-tion tifairty in Township nine -*outh of Raf
"*^f ^sr^ ~ rf^^^T-^S 17East.i ev acre_ of land itore (irkes. izietht-r with all
v r"< ,s "and iiug-iiar the te-nememts. hvaredizin,ean
Br the Most aDAapparnenarct.rothesamaeelow-ine.or
i r t .... I __ A .. -) I !1in:! se appertaining. Said azbciv- dt -
rODU~af A in~rS *-'bed prope ueie pon and 1o Nt* so:4
S Popular pe_ xdr P. Prit-e -O
A T is-litf- aidtexecution in favorifLf.derfaach
One-Third Of Thefr U Si A. --Hi I --*:a.
-"- -:" i Giiberta td'orianf v.f laiunaif.an- i- .
!n T / J P. T / I! i lt i h said. A sandd t,. p, Prior. d &- .2,,aa^
: l M _lft n lrn nt /hpfll Ua hm p h |l11113^ 1'1I-.1.- A.I".H H.I.FA RY.
i W.W H.MAM TON, Plaintij -AW-"....
!n ------ --m i -tei ^^B- "s? -

The Scarlet Letter, I _-,-___-
SBy Nathaniel Hawrhorine.. Under and byv virue of an order o &-r
---- -adeand rea-derrd oin th iith da- of Jn.-v
TiA P- __lh Pl nff I =- 1,I- by Hon. J. C,. iardnr..t ou-niT
i lJE hrPT ude. in and for -Alaehua emnt-. li.rida.
;/ilU UUiid UIUU L UU~h UllbI il;-ercise-ing pr,,bate iuri~.dk-nien- upou nL
The Sun's Great Aok Offer I 4u- pp'~.W.t ui.k~eu L
t eition of S. W. Tt-dea.-tie. arcardiacn for-
To any -fol lowing CAin pn- whirh may te eu! fnromi as rmisir. h api. Bnu o -
three issues oX ihe s:ni duale. or fom threl s aidiug. wiUl -s-1l a'. pubi ontery, b-efore
.issue of diirernt daTr. ac'. io,-niied lv r.hd -ourti ous.e d-oor. in the ciT ,. .ne-
TEX ClENTS .n K.-iv.-r or iv-'&. -elii _-. w' i;. il Alachua county. Fl.ritn i a ht- 4"h
wwill -i-nd Pt -t-aid by nia l Any Thrne e-da of. Sdpof bptr r, A. 3.'. b-Tw.eau thy
~kI pad i- iahou-- l -a-to the hiv'-h' %and I--
Books,< v-lK-rt-d b'-_rs.f from the e;'t houriof-aie-. to tf- hi.t. .hl--,t
ti t printed beijuw: D>udtiirtht-rr-or. ;ti: it.at cer:amn ,r. pire--.
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-. i~b.ing in tile 6i;y.tGaile .Vhll'. in A act:Lia
,cklunty. IA rida. aniil 12t--rit 1 s 4t ,-.
TI = : to-wit: The West htalf tti aalb-4Li.vi*n. lot
two t tl.t-ck itne .1 Tin aneTe thrvv- S.
'- . ^ 7 Safeuraiinlet ihtit- td Iinita *strvi, o*; li1,. v .i
lo wi- .ni -t-i c iII ty s li. -n-i Hie. -;,;d intrc i-r
t, o t I h1nd t'ing ;hin r%-;hrte K* -t :rt--;t:rd
.~: t'i :i-!s ani _ut-T_ lNiy Uii.t -h i -u!'Ua &i-d
O twt-nI 1A1 ftel-tnrlh iatd -nb.h. ,ac-frd.r,
..!i ati. -of the .Uit,-ui-f\i-t -'s- >T1; ,..-I
To a rn- 'i~i .
onlle. !i n tbhr rft-.' --l' :rd 1 : uo*; ?th p"tl, c
S':r~t -() d iS" .A law lii.-a -,,U itly Fh trida ,it l t -icu l --
c :t ry order ttw,- I ." at patjn I .
Th tsrthc-rwith :' andti -i_:.ir. : !;'- -
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(T. ~lie s -!oui;nii tr il 'i t% -UW--e- ;i ap<.- -
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":I ,: TH- AULGUST 10. 1893.

. tghest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report.





BitS of fact and Goi.ip Gathered on the
--Streets -What ha.-. Happened and iJ
e1ng to Happen-Points Personal and
foeial-Men and Things. -
Mrs. Miller of Kanapaha was- in the
city yesterday.
Mrs. Brewer of Archer is visiting
friend's in Gainesville.
Mti.s LiliianProst has returned from
a;i extended visit to White -prings.
A full line of seed peas for sale at G.
S. Merchant & Co. *
The-Gainesville Electric Light and
-Power company seems to have fallen
through. .
Mrs. DaCosta, who has been ill for
some time, we are pleased to say has re-
coveired. -
iOats, Hay, Corn, etc.. for sale at the
Ic west prices at GV-o. S. Merchant u &
Co.'s. ,-*
A bridge is to be erected over Prairie
- creeK on thie riad between Gainetsville
and -Micanopy. -
Mrs. Emma Johnson and children of
South Florida were in Gainesville on
C all on B. Glickman for fruit and fine
confections. Next door to King's drug
store, east side square. june 7-lm

Mrs. Percy Geiger died at her home in
Janesville Tueisday night. She was al-
most 65- years- of a ge and had been ill

The Savanaah excursionists have re- for a considerable length of time. She
turned. The excursion train arrived leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jessie Griffin
yesterday at 4:30 a.m. of Jonesyille, to mourn her death.,
Mis-s Maggie McCarthy.a mo-t iarm- On that now vacant lot where once
ing and popular young lady of Lafayette ;stood the boarding houses of T. Brown.
county, is visiting relatives in Gaines-I American hotel and the old Mas-6nic
YI]le. hall, would be an excellent location for
S 7. l ie,, ,int hilren.A a first-class hotel. If any of our citizens
n J_-. Z-T 7.

after a most pleasant s-sjonrn with rela-I
tives in the city, have returned to their
homie in Jacksonville..
Summer excursions as a rule have
had to take a back seat in this state this
-season. Taking inthe World's fair is
the fashionable thing.
Priof. ivens who has been in Gaines-
vtlle for a number of months, and who
has led the Presbyterian choir, left yes-
terday for Chicago.
Mrs. F-. A. Wolfe of Cedar Key passed
through -Gainesviile yesterday en route
to Macon, Ga., where she goes to spend
-a few days with her parents.
The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Sandersonof Georgia died recent-
Iv. Mrs_ Sanaerson is a daughter of
J. Tomlinson, the efficient route agent
The authorities -of Coluimbia county
are making a strong effort to eate- the
colored man who killed another of his
race at Fort White Monday night. They.
have him surrounded in a swamp.
Mrs. R. Wlson has a cardin her ad-
vmwiv-i ;uanw'a whijeh shl es it ,rtijfitrif

desire to erect such a structure, it is
probable that the lot can be purchased
at reasonable 4igures.
SJapanese Liver Pellets are the best
family medicine for liver complaint and
constipation. 50 pills in vial 25 cents.
Sold atDr. King's.
Miss Belva Thomas returned yesterday
from a visit to relatives and friends in
Archer.- Miss Daisy Wolfe, a
charming young lady of -Cedar Key, ac-
companied Miss Thomas:and will re-
main as her guest for several days.
There will be an excursion over the
Florida Southern to Ocala Sunday for
75 cents round trip. Trains will leave
Gainesville at 10:30- a.m. Returning,
have Oeala at 7 p.m. The fare to Ocala
over this road during the encampment
will be one fare for round trip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Byles of the
prosperous little town of Windsor were
-in the city yesterday. The -latter has
just recovered from a serious illness.
Mr. Byles sold a number of bushels of
aeappernong- grapes which were the
finest.we have ever seen. He has a
Vine that will yield forty bushels this

anxious for all of her debtors to read. : aon
d er buyer leaves soon for ew York The Florida Southern railroad will
and she is in need of casz.h. rn an ex en ne, lt-
run an extiursien to S_. Augustine. last-j
C.B.Easterlin of Gracy. has just re- in four dav-. for the !ow rate of $2.2-. i
t-.trhe appointment of notAry public Th train wil ea.ive h.'-re on Satunlay..
for the state at large, and it might be'Aigt l1th. at 1-4. p.m. The ftre ii
%eil for the citizens of Graev, Osceola a very cheap o:- a'd wi! afford asplen-
and eitherr noiotL to make.a note ic h- *th ,,prtnitv ',, vh-w the Ancie
-ta t. it

Sl'ound & Tiw-ot are -zting an exam-
p".. that -hould twb-tollowed byhr tb -othrr

Iletron blCrpwith ;orwra.-te t-
':;lee-i, Whtieg. storm_-, au-orr, h?&S
or any un-raturaI ,'Ticg-h -_ " -'?
your du ,.tLi: f.r a ti-ie ca
3i= G. I t -.re in a fwas
-i:h, -tu;Sh Nii d 'r ;un'.-'i:y oj a
d.w-:r. on-p-MAoioCious and
iiarat2ae not to-. s'rtre
'The U-zrsal AVIr-icas iwre.
-Cic&V A~j.-0.
U. S- A


Mrs. W. P. Coker. and family have
r-turned from Orange Springs-,
SSenator Rosborough, of Alachua
county, i in Washington citv.
You don't know how much better vou
will feel if you tike Hooi's Sar;aparilla.
It will drive itt th:tt tired feeling and
make you strong.,
Four dollars, silver, will pay for five
dollars worth of any soods in our store.
Stringfellow & Chusnut.
We are pained to hear of the -ickness
of Mrs. J. J. Burton. THE Su. joins
her numerous friemls in wishing her- a
speedy recovery..
Miss Nora Norton has gone to visit
friends in Greenboro, Selma and other
points in Alabama. She will remain in
Alabama one month.
One dollar and twenty-five cents in
merchandise for every silver dollar
brozht us this week. Stringfellow &
Mount Vernon Lodge. No. 50,. Knights
of Pythias, will meet tonight. All
members are earnestly requested to be
present. Visiting brothers are cordially
invited. J. F. BArrLEso.%O. K. R. & S.
TherV is a movement on foot to or-
ganize a gcntlements social club in
Gainesville, with headquarters at T. A.
Dromgoole's cizar store. The rear room
of his store is to be fitted up and sup-
pliel with pool and billiard tables.

-. 00

FINAL l4-' It\ .E.
.lx m onth-nf'. -r r-- i,::' _-. "-. -
thi- notice. I will pr---.nT niv ;.b--.' 2
vouchers T,) the Hn,- ra'.t-- Cutu: n Juv .Ii;
Alaehua county, and ask to hbe dis.'-i;
from further al:iinii,-rn-z% tht- t-sKatI tT
E. W.. Markety dt-t-ea'

W. L-. lELL'I.
Administratcr with wi. lt X_
Edithn' r'sfee pai m
Editor's fee pa it.




With few exceptions the morals of ATrAeCHMET -SALE OF PERSONAL
Gainesville are in a -normali condition.- PROPERTY.BYiHERIFF. I i f
Of course there IS oca-4ionaflv a fisticuff, -rnder and by vi.tue ot an order i nus utI t 31
". of the circuit eourt. fitht jtdiciai cim- ui ull E ofE
a little shooting on the streets in the Florida. Alachna county,. and t, ne.; l-:ete-r 1
night time, but these are exceptional I wilS< a Moaday the.-th day ,Af -epi_-ter. -
a e p A. D.. i: .I, betv~w.n thble 1;al hour- o- -a W -1.
ca_st. On the whole, the people area fesae a hesambein alesal-aie day. prtreed to ".
well behave in i eity as te are in toi hizheet bidder therefor forcaih th e_ fol-
Sbeae in towin detcrired personal property to-wi:
any city in the state. The -stock of general nyer.-handil-, consisz-
SinC of groceries. eo!hing. dry _-voe9 nhoe sI
Ira Brewer was given a prelhninarv il i*'r-.- od s ue. "ts > w;-iOftt.- A.. -
IW, o I rse-. ofl-- unti1e. IW4), 1>
trial before. Judge Colman yesterday. u one yoke oxen. three w .-
i ir,,n-nsa I-e.rthrre eals. 4 shi .w C::-. 'i,<
Brewer was charged with assault and Iai3ve de-.cribt-d proprtry leviei upm by nic
Sr f ,u T-I a- thei pro -ryiC-ofC B. Lloyd in ithe a-ttach-!
battery upon the person of RE-ni liT- n n suit in which Ther Fir.' N
l6r. B.A. Thrasher appeared for the afof tiainesville-'- crpo.'i ,
"" -r-" ipi,,aminlffan-i t'_ h. Llo d s e,-Ud,-t-: : G
defendant. and it was comparativelv [- W i s1--' p roperty of- C. h l I. ;t --
-- .. ; ~ pr e d- of rzaid -,ale to be piav '-, iu i;. "
easy for him to secure an acquittal for i ri of he court toawait the -fi'-ai :
isi cHlient, there being no eviden-e mntin eaur- ,,e sta : }. :pro-
:agari-is t him.- i -ri in in the rIarof the "i'i; uit .
_ "_ "_ _ _- _' ibi yJ. M. l'ell as au nt rkl II
Additional -IocaloniThird Page A. HI T.I-AR -sri -


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Monuments of magnificent bargains never before
* equaled b )y any otherr house in thle state.
Money il banks, money in real estate, money in
-- Loan Associations cannot be Ila(he to. (d o better service
lhahi by inIvestin" in (Gentltell ce's lLad(ie and hil.
:- dlrens Shoes. which, if not needed now, will be re-

(luire1Cd !by-and-by.
1,) buy tlheneessities (f thle hour elsewhere,

NOTICE TO DEBT -. )_RANi tiR1 ': T: .. .. ,, -, . .
______ while this Great _ale is i1 pr)o2reSs. is

A H pe-rsi'nn. in +--h -t-'d TO T. h- h .T,- N .-
E. Farrell. now de'e-.sed.ara er-hy -!- fi.-i
to settle the sane at ounce. ant ali enr-.'itr-
of said decea-sed are re iired -t filt- !Ih'-ir
claims with me,properiy CTcifiitwith: '-
tinme prescribed rt-y law. or thi- noT ie wvill h
pleaded inl bar of sain,.
-Executrix of Estate ot Ned. E. Farrt-!,-. de-
ceased. t-urit-b 6in

travagance and ruin ,Ius folly.
Remeniber all Sunmelr Shoes must lie elosed out.
With this point in view we have again us.ed the knife

MRHS, Mt [ fRHINn6 and madll e another deep cut on the pr-ice of SHOES.
H LSieLial ClositL of-t lwiees on Sunner Dry (; lS e
Social C1losing. otprIies onS me Dry GToods


: MILLINERY d Millinerv.

-F--ALSO -
Fancy Goods an l Notions.

Exclusive agent in this citv for the
.ee-ebrated Butter-ek Patterns.: Ocr

"_ 7!4. _

All persons indebted to
us are respectfully reques-
Sted t6 call and settle their
Saccotts before the end of
Sthis#ionth as our buyer
Leave for the market at
that time and needs the
money to take along as
merchants up that way
sell goods now only for


: ~TEBI S^,' CA-t H:.
qp ~IEIrE% U _AL S y .


Having added to Ily plant a full set of the latest
improved Sash. Blind and Door Machinery, I am now
Prepared to furnish SASH, BLINDS and DWORS of
Smy own manufacture. Being made of the best kiln
dried lumber. Will guarantee them in every respect

Office aad Factory: Foot of West Main Sl near depot1 ., box 168
X~tabl~ihed 1Pm43. 41Nta-VjLILE1. FtA.

We have moved our entire ttAKk of bhoeS, Gents

zFurnishings, Hats. Trunks and Valises to the store
'next to Mrs. R. AWilon formerly o-cupied ln- J. 1-
!Mathes<,n. where we will close ,,ut thle entire stock at
tlld below cost. Now i- tIl tit e fi receive Lreat




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T,- f :h-, l ,nic-if thlis ale brirrg-
Lw 'cu-" i" i i' copy of our ai.
>'!ll\ 1i-i-oW J 4E t -T.,

liverv 4tables i
-erv tame mu amtleIT. J. V. Brvwn of llawthorn was in the
whetWa-hiiiu the ia-terir ,,f tx.in r i-- it -. M. ira .;- re-
7 c~~~~~~~~utv VteT-iv M .Bo jh,^ u --
lrupsanid. l'o~~ iving their fi-nct- a coa- r-- fr Lndtim,-, G.. .,c he
ih & '. iih.t".- wvere ..stverd-V,: ha-!-te..n-;. i, F ). "i, Ut- -:-4-,!
maiki:^ arrara.,en?-: 4- t" opreax ,h~rn 'rram'or fur tho S F. & V-. rarilr,.r
t:, 1 --t im ,rv ,. :t -;t -r_--t .-f -:, f-w,.y, :,- v- i.:;c: I. ?. Flr,::;,-t-,
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Fire, Life, Accident.

And P-ate

,ne ti our store and _vu.. will ,, ht, II AMI'TON & JORDAN ..
SILVER -DOLLAR is asgc a ever l1 a" ;i'ai I ,:.:r .-],,.. .i .
WORTII A PREMIUM in honest e- and I-a i ViI: A ...


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Glass Insurance


! out their

One of His Experiences.
For thirty-eight years Capt. Loud followed
thle se, not o. that time as ter o a es-
se and upon retiring from the water was ap-
pointed by the Secretary of the United States
treasury to superintend the seal fisheries in
Alaska, which position be held five years. Be
reltes one experience as follows:
"For severalyears I had been troubled with
general nervousness and pain in the region
rf my heart. My greatest affliction was
eeplesness ; It was almost impossible at any
time to obtain rest and sleep. Having seem
Dr. Miles! remedies advetised I began using
Nervine.. After taking a small qtiantitythe
benefit received was so great that I was osi*-
tively alarmed, thinking the remedy -con-
taned opiates which would finally be ijuri-
ous to me; but -on: being assured by theorug-
gist that it was perfectly barmile, I- contin-
ued it together with the Heart Cure. Today
I can conscientiously say that Dr. Miles' Be-
storative Nervine and New Heart Cure did
more for me than anything I had ever taken.
I had been treated by endinent physicitans
in New York and San Francisco without ben-
fit. I owe my present good health to the
judi-ioiuUseof these most valuable remedies,
-and heartily recommend them to all afflicted
as I was."-Capt. A. P. Loud, amprden, Me -
Dr. Mile 'Restorative Nervineand NewCure
are sold by all druggists on a positiveruaran-
tet. or by Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart,
Ind.. on receipt of price, m l per bottle, or six
bottles for go, express repaid. They are
free from all opiates a dangers drugs.
For sale by all Medicine Dealers.

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