Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01809
 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: February 26, 1895
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: VID01809
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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After Bi Relea"e On Parole Wie Broe
I* Word and Agaln Placed Hs Ser-
-- -vies a*t te DlispIi of the ChineSe-
Thejai 3e5 6w IneHUed to Treat
Him Severely.
L)NDON, Feb. 25-Tlie Central
ewe orrespondent in Tokio says the
Snaval reports from Wei-Hai-Wei men-
tio eleven foreigners who were cp-
tured with the island forts last sur-
rendered by the Chinese. Ten of tham
i swore to take- no further part in the
present wari and were set free.
iGeorge -Howie, the American who
'came to the east with a scheme to
blow- Up the Japanese ieseWls with
ssub-maarine infernal machines, has
.bee detained aboard the Japanese
Sflagship pending the decision of his
fate. The_- Japanese made a -reserva-
tion as to Howie in the articles of cap-
itulation. They are inclitd to treat
him severely, as he -was let go- on pa-
role after his arrest aboard the steamer
SSydney, yet lost no time in breaking
hi word and placing his services at
the disposal of the Chinese.
S The jnew e, marines who -were
illed in thte early torpedo attacks on
the CGhifag fleet atWei-Hai-Wei were
buried with military honors. The
-..-Japanese reprts speak highly of Ad-
Miral Ting and the orders which he
wrote just before his suicide to direct
-the course of his officers in completing
-the arrangements for the surrender.
.^I^"'n C-enatc: Sws cOrrewpftdeti
under the date
_*ftftPry Z1 tfiatIAmut- Gen. 'Kat
sra the reported that the Chinese
W free whi-h fornmey held Kian-Wat-
--i had repeated to New Chwadg.
The Ch1i forest at Lu-Kung-Ton
ea ier Aabout -5.000
ad had tweli At
li-as- the Chinese h^Jl
e The garrisos 1~W
a n d Y i n K w s e em e d t o h av1

^ms thehope t at iHungCa'

l powe -to close the-e -on
*rithot rferrng m tter to Pekiu.
%br ime and p*ame ot U16 neUotiatio
aaenot been determined.

Conened-M- oees -
New Orleans s rapidly filing up
with carnival visitors.
.. Two enwere suffocated in a coal
mine near Birmingham, Ala., o4 Sat-
urday. ./ . -- *
Rebel tribe have entered and looted
Moro cco City, one of theM capitals of
'---- pco, Co,'t- te 'ship -.-
The Japanese Dtet has voted the ex-
twa war-credit of $1OO,600(k* asked for
by the goverment.
Nipesdiver have been engaged and
they-willsearch for the mail lost by
'XthosiBking of the ill-fated steamship
-The Pact&c Coast Steamship corn-
jbsy has reduced freight rates -be-


It is announced in Cincinnati that!F -LV I 1OYE TH 'I ^
the sale of the -Latonia race trackilM AL I IlfO
twill be .consumated by. the first of --
March. This sale willprevent any fu- WHIT IS TRAISPIRS i-II- 1IM LiL
tore clash between Oakley and La-I FLO:WEBS.
tonia. : _.O
IThe czar has ordered the appoint- mTe News if the State CondeBme&-The
mient of a committee to found, in mem- i Improvements .ade a Enaterprise
ory of the late Czar Alexander, an in- Projected--ReI.u, Social. Poliliail
situation where a home will be pro- f adL Persol Pi PaintS.
vided for disabled authors, actors and i Thousands of cypre o are being-
-yt-t- I houdandsof cypress log* areben
I rafted at Ava~lafchicolA

The teachers of Leon county have
organized a teachers' association.
Quite a large number of ensaolians
have gone to New Orleans and Mobile
to witness the Marfd Gras demonstra-
A new saw and planing mill will
soon be started at Inverness by a Ten-
nessee man.
SState Treasurer Collins is being con-
1sidei ably worried about local building
and loan associations. ,
Orders for Cedar Key oysters were
received at Cedar Key last week fromI
New York and Raleigh. -
Clear Water is full of visitors, all
seemingly pleased that they are esap-
in g the more chilly winds of the north.
SOne man in Levy county claims to
have killed d.Aing the past year 21
opossums, 19 skunks, 9 coons and 1
-More tourists arc expected at St.
Augustine next month than have been
there during one month for many
Mrs. J_ Mortimer Murphy, of Hills-
borough county, has put to music the
lMy Soldier Boy in Gray," written
by Joseph Cardy of Tampa.
B. G. Coachman s youngest child
.was seriously burned at Clear Water,
by pulling a pot of hot soup over on
its legs, making a bad burn fcom both
knees to the feet. -

[s,-o ctal ednsd ho a o colored woman at for extra s is ll 50, City Surveyor
..d McLeodi s turpentine camid on- the Patitosi. Collaowig S-for t.e work
Th am oE. tmp kmad .totpred o hafoy nd""" --ao-- S. .... +--............8

W BekanU S. ~F. W......t5-
elo f d~el llivineguy n ot A W Following is the list Of conductors
and A troubles andotng aiv e Kssimmee the& wther is de- now being voted for and their eavere
ste irlnt a oes ised by ait. t o biting uters find as they stoodF at theelse last- ,iht

t! pastor of the of- t_ e most_ prom- h staten i nsurnc b eardu, Statei Tressl I s + D. .
irn vet cur c s i r ipce ,l y o f m e apon { p sew ger tcondh tors r antnging to

fargan imued ordersAthat the theater of the and aCan Live Until Umore So.
re c oStoed A -. a ily d r- ira lem in ian at any time Gainesville are inte ed. -.e.
-7-g (-- C I o fo a r o everybody isn J. R Cleland, oi F. &W t ....-....Fco
The attempts adetoc prevented Col-a eda. fo th b i -te s a e iFe f&........ i
great -- d o cme, ih th reul Stat-- .r e iT. lh been gra -.. Grant.- Griffi. n-o in
toel Robert Ingersoll from delivering B- cte ce of n ,th oera W. R r, ..S........... t

-~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~h foreh noonunyCoprtoAtFrdyig and waorwtnesdbh xcue oorw
hs-ato ate oMntu Hoa l Myorile-Fata ag uine.Toeetrn he h ept ws suda h
th cale dpon theRev .Po.eT eaty o nt ot we Me- .Mary -ol ls. -.. as .......r

the minisr w thrt tlaceh Mayor n urerCollins dissentinha from the Letion d as to give hitmeosha ew
Fro nit d orders Ithat the theater Ho Je osr. i deso T mea was th snec hu, n.t e .
be ncl, andtatedby practically debar-w Mrs. w Fleming of Jacksonville, wiferi Sheriff T eis onl Sundayw rnevebd
--~~_+. -. ... - _f --- -- from't 0thOi srecl -,. o. f-

ing~ CoLIersoll from appaig I[of ex-Governor Fleming, offered a gold official boticefrmt sceayo
J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ --t in ". -- L i t - e $1 + I li t rto t e +-a e it r zi "f- 1 a s a. -

The -moyor -decree oceasioned a- medal for the bestelocutionist t m tse stoe tha a rfpia of wh at. har
great deal of comment, 'wita bhe reseltiStante seminary Ea-Taliahasse Thebetn gancedi Grant Griffn, now t
ithet the matter t reteonidered. Be-i contest eamer off in the opera ho use jil it this ci., ho wa to ave. been
|fore aoo0n OB SmaU Corporation A :1 Friday night and was witesd byaexecuted ,onorrow .
to ornv Minturn -ad M-a.Ayor .Fagain iiar, 'audience Those -entering the -The respite was .sued at .the re-
called upon the Rev. P-.T. Beatty, !contest- were Misse Mary Collins. m.qest a. R, F. Davis, hi- at.orney.
the minister who is at the heaAdand | Catherine Melntosh Ssie Le is and as to give him time- .to shov_ cze .hy
front of the reform movement in Ho-I Jessie E~dmoadson. The medal -was Ithe Wentene sould not be executed.

I ------t sUQ Len rll rm b
tboken, and. stated to him that it_ was! won by Miss Edmondson, and the other It isnot generally known, even by
Sthe opinion. of-the Corpotion Attor-- eontes-+tants acquitted themselvs with i some of.th0s familiar-with. 6er' cir-
ney that -no steps Could be. taken by' credit and honor Ex-Goverin lem- cumstane_ in conarton witn th I
the authkurftie6 to stop the lecture- ing odelivered- the medal ia short case, that the --.... .... -l+ : .peech appropriate to thI occasion. ion was instrumental in having the
,_ _X Bo. i_ _t..- t- 1-h' -. thi. tb. case-

twe Stntle and Kaska from 11 t ne and Bladder dl-d rpi.
.peto eases reliev-d-An ihours- y h Old pile who require mdc-o t
-A ity W felt in regard to the Mex- -New Great South American Kidntey- regulate the bowels and kidneys will
lean m-an-of-war LibertadL which 1ur- Thi ne-w remedy is a gy-a .tIna the tr remedy in EI-etr -C
sailed from Vera Cruz about Februa i urpriae on account of its ex-Kli'" tr- Thi e
-1for New Orleans. h promptnee.in relieving pa nin Vhe cntalns no whiy nor-other in-
" a J d e a"- r .b adder, kidney;. hack and .ever part t .xica nt, but a e .as a .ni c and alte' .
onral' S ba.1 L rr diedat To p.a-s-ag- e or e-aive.A It -S ni+1v on the s.-omach-
t-fthewiax at fc -

-_ Virginia Military institute aS ? v. -- -. -.. S "... A.-- ..... " .-- an- + ?-
.i -ionH -- fe .. . .. J i i -) L a ." -a -- .-g-"
-partiogtbeo a r be tween tcheK iiaes-te I-J M ~a.l It- ul^vs, Gretent;,l^ w-i. ^^ .^1 x^'. ^ ~-?-d

.*- r re- Satrda. F-ortanateny th i --i- i -a-lld r - .
wa flamewercfdeatroyedwhout tefio"t ^ "a' a, 09
Sy. esof fori n.c- q exick i a -; % -i H -. I s:-n--- i a ^-

'While iQi ii t hartbe ;, : L! - k
:Cinctinti, thebodlsy of Max ^Bermn aa"- n more'c~ In f,.-ir an --nh i.-n:- ^' v"rf1
ell' 5 M I S ol .- -I- L -*-

T he v _asta Fe railroad Wl- ut raS-, &' I ;y+I : -+", -< o ?, "- i "....- . +
:l- ~ l i.t he-ia ^ y.uCl rsia- n ,"^ a-. mt.... "^:'u a.+ _% ir .. .- ?^ :';:.rt. <: : --^ ... +-*:'","- .^^, /! ,, ..

tO p ^its ~ U e rs '^ th -l t v -s -e in So.tb---u Ca^- ;^ ^ .-- u r-* *^ -^ ^ *.-
Wtertealfct lha hasdaad wierehef,.,,, ^. maa' .U^ p ;o. ar. ++--+- -- ^^: --. -..'+ -^;:*3'.::- ;'- :" -,+' "_' hi ^ ^

wtiou of *h Sit Fe' brn'.'" / .h '-*j- OO'T. .. V--. *'-' ^ ;': :;'':" -- ^ ^ -;;
4.3=0 -bea

Wa- er. lausaer. for twu ev ar'- .

ThieSll of the I, Fi".. \a&a' in ^ f <.
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W s-- l w'al G ,- ttt r. flor twen "y ya W f i ._ +;:a:+,+ _-.+ +- ,. .: +__.+. +- -,_ -': -_ ; m --.- .

I I I of OILIqI-'sh ei IlII"o_ I: I Ij L.-3.!..
B60kof J-nel-ur. V, b-.' 5- a _

I: ip ev : m W I+ia ss M +-j +*-J. ,x +- --

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-, was- em aia. *<- b t- iaV._
(Chapel ia h W'"'^Vu~:. '*-?~'i *^i^-.?t- .-
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Al~tamotte Wa a-"-'- 7,'r~e- H'c

SrWuL- iker has acted strangey for

oyaI Bakin

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?", 0. Heet ad the iMy Co4eil Both
Couideat of Victory.
The comin law sit of P.. 0. Hebert
vs. the city of Gaisesville Is the all
absorbing topic in city official circles.
The law and orinance committee,
appointed to select an attorney to rep-
resent the city in the suit now pending
in theU ited States circuit court. have
made a wiWe selection by retaining
Judge Horatio Davis to hold op the
city's end-of the controversy.-
The reporter called at Judge Davis*
offmiee yesterday and found that Zen-
tlemaw. en-rtaining Robt. E. Davis,
the "Black-stone', of the city couniL
" Neither of the gentlemen were in-
clined to talk on the subject for fear
of defining the plan of defense.
However, Judge Davis remarked:
,'We will base our defense upon the
exorbitancy of Mr. Hebert's bill for
extras "- "
' When asked what he thought of the
city's chances he said: "The city has
a. good Case indeed a very good one."
Mr. Hebert's bill for extra work,
submitted by his attorney, W. W.
Hampton, -to the city council s"me
time ao, is $7,5040, of which $329-
isfortheincrease in length of the
main caused by inability of the city to
secure the right of way over the orig-
inal route and consequent adopting of
a eircuitas one. .
Mr.- Hmpton was next seen by the
reporter, and was surprised to learn
from him that the iVty had no case at
all and that Mr. Hebert would win in
a walk.
Mr. Hampton said:- "We do not.a-
tuially sue for- more than m8,000. I am
somewhat amused at the- talk of the
city suing for $10,000 damages, after
the -plant has been accepted. think
Mr. Hebert has an easy case.'-
It -is evident that every inec. of
around will be contested. Both par-
ties will enter into the fight with a
determination to win.
Thetf fiff~mmwnw bpwAo&n1.*.'.&

place before Jtustice T. B. Tillis of
Waldot the case having been trans-
ferred there by Justice MeRa of Mel-
rose, who is an important witness in
t he cae
After hearing the testimony Justice
Tillis asked for a bond of 1300 each fer
the appearance of, the -defendants at
the next term of the circnit court.
The public opinion at Melrose and
vicinity is that Kittle was justified
in killing James,. and that it was a
clear case of self-defense,
SSheriff Tillis speaksin the highest
terms Qof thel rtesies exteaded- him
by the people of Melrose, and e4pecI-J
English ,-av u iiment removest
all Had, Soft or Calloused Lump and I
Blemishes from horses, Blood Spavins,
Crs Splints -Sweeney. Ring-Bone.
Sles, Sprais, all Swollen Throata.
Coughs. etc. Save OSby useofonebot-
tie. Warranted the most woderf tt-
SBlemish Cure ever.- known.Sold by A. j
J. Vidal Drm'ggist, Gainesvile R i


Thevy have. prouni-d -to p-ay Mr. avz:i-
a good fee for his work.
Ex-Sheriff Hiilearvy went dow U to
the *ail sunday momn -- and brij0+e
the tlad-new+ + u <;rAni *. _
Grant wa over.oyt-d,. but hL -O7y
wa-s not so mar ed a.. Mr. i.....ry
thAough it u. -. :.- _
Ab..u+ a hi 4-_-l w-. t toTnua to Mr.
Hl :4ar. a. d t-i! hi-' that- e ought-
+.-+ _-_- <* ".> + f?<-.+._ f+. "th-p- ,iaf+.-t

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The urpd.s Fmr Tests
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Their Fatmers Notify the Mif f Their
Arrival Home.
Sheriff.. THis returned from -ear
Melrose.- yesterday, where he went for
John Kittle and Frank Noble, the two
white boys who shot and killed WIil-
lHam James, colored, Bar 3jelrowe
about three weeks a-go.-
SThe circumstances in reIgard to the
killing, as developed in the prelimina-
ry trial, are as follows:
The two boys and James were re-
turning frem Melroe Saturday night.
James was drinking and became rowdy
and showed a- disposition to fight.L
Nobles had been bird hunting that
day and carried his gun on his shoul-
der. James took the gm& away from
him, and when Kitle told him to
give it back he was struck over the
head with the stock. The blow felled
Little to -the ground. He did -ot
lose consciousness, however, and pulled
his pistol, from which he fired two
shots-. -Both_ shots took effect and I
James died Sunday night.

and did not come back until last I
Thursday. Saturday Mr-. Nobtes, fa-
ther of one of the boys came toGaines-
vile and told the sheriff to come after
Sheriff Tillis arrived there Sunday
night and was hospitably received by
Mr. Xobles, who assisted him in the.
discharge of his duties in every man-
ner- possible.
Monday morning several witnesses

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Freight Cars, withl
-llummaited C a-
ibine. The D
IDlve.Reallatle Liwv-
Dr~e g e Bsand -
beat Explesmon, >am&
Other StartUlng -

ry.n. t Escae .-- Seafton.iMeatelr. TWOfci
:-.: -.: .am.-]wet---pixy of-- -
Sheriff TUlls tells m that the col-J p tll t bt pa f t
ored prisoners i the jail are ivingI ... ___,__ _._._..___,__.
him considerable trouble and aWi-et --y. i I
They are excited on aOcount of Grant; A |OST I
U. iiNI- / ATh I
Griffin and are restless and uneasy. j !tU ni B .
JHe thinks they are trying to invent ----
some m-eans of e-ape and in cnte- Mrs. .31 E. BtiOMallfR.l .all r
qenoce of this fear he hus employed a wwintr stocO at wcst for Oh rst or thie
man to eh themcontanlUr. T mne th. A
man reported to him recently that he "II L R-
found a round of a chair in O F- IANT*Y SOO1.
which wasbeingr used in an effort to WL--,EKr. LACES.
pry upthe iron floor. EM- RO #IT $"
I+, ., + : , GL')VV.$., i .
---/-----.... -- .- .-- .LAD- OlSE.
I Se s~imi; .+, ,+..v..,,
A U^ "-tiAA EI---T "":_ ^ +Pl+aM
&CUH rvlhr aHrin.. ! is Cod-lier tl emsuLsifie, -.r lie va. rely.- SOM
made easy of -igestion i i .. ..-- ... .
sim 4atio. Tohis - co ;..I(JiaKER~aALM

H.-pophsphit-'s of Li:ne ind
GS xa, wh ch aid :a t&- l :etaon

he pote-Cv of b-th- -It a f re-
marka.. e i "h- -ducer. Ema.-
ciated, anrmic -aid c per^s gaia f~ih?:?_
ra da'. The cotnbixti' is a

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or, Price's ctent Bakaftpowoweca
tot -- VnfV, wit. aztd


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-SeVIr ad ii mml
tends peh-irsonal eujoymat whm
SndTI T jdw maayho ,lih wbet-
ter than otesanid eu lifb mre, wiS.
le-m e-xpeu&'twe by imor lap
elatit*g the x worlds y p e rod
gthe -& of pTaM1betln b w ils ato-
the maius to Ieadth of the pure liquo
native principles emmI aced la t
mreiedy, Syr of Figs.
Its exeeII~ce is due to its pueatiug

+j r. m. ".lldu i* .+ L,,2,,
in the form mo't aTcptmb;e and Pka-
ant to the tste, the refredaingand truly
benefi cial propertie of- aper-ct la- -
1ative; ef.ctamily clemangi the 'symi,
ding cold% headaches a"d fewm
aadperoxnaty cariog cnt, ai
It has given satisf3bce to mliliousa l
net with the appmoral of the medical
proes-onbec~eit amt -on tibpKi-
ney%, lAver an& Bowels without wftk-
ening themiand it is perfecwy frm loam
|every o.etonbe1bitn
SypfFis is for S&Le br all dru-
gitz in 50C Snd $1 bottleik but it UaButm-
| ufactured ty the ( lifornia Fig Syrup
Co. oaly, whseina s e pnu anted.evw
pac-age,Sa the name, Syrup.of fig.,
and being well iifonnedZ yo wi lM am
accept any wibst if o&red.


Wednesday, February 1tho.

LLXCOLN TEN- Sets of rpec.
CART the ra Malx.n

P~oduelon sunlight wLHb-

were. summoned

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J. B. Sollinger, a prominent mer-
chant and ex-sheriff, of Newton, Iowa.
is dead. -He came home bleeding, and
said he had fillen- or been hit." The
circumstances surrounding his death
are shrouded in mystery.
Nervous People

1And those who are all tired out and
have that tired .feeling or sick head-
ache can be relieved of all these symp-
toms by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which gives nerve, mental and bodily
strength and thoroughly purifis the
blood. It-also -creates a good appetite.
cures indigestion, -ieartburn and dys-
pepsia. _.
HOOD'S PUILS-are easy to take, easy
inaction and sure in effect. 2k.
A Philadelphia dispatch -says. the
losses of life at sea this winter -have
been greater than -during any- corre-
sponding period within the recollec-
tion of the oldest shipping men along
the wharves. Itis a pitiable sight to
stand at the entrance gate to the Mar-
itime Exchange at this time, as the
doorkeeper is besieged with inquiries
by anxious wives; mothers, and other
relatives of seamen who went out to
sea previous to that great storm of the
7th inst., and have not yet been heard
from. __.
i:. t Mayr Do Mas eft or YoU.
Mr Fred Miller, of Irving IlL,
writes that he had a Severe Kidney
trouble for many years, with severe
painM in his back and also that his

and the trial took

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_.EL- M CREARY. P .O-rieto-.

UH JDAILY SU7 pSt, eey mwn--
~tfae?,oruuadledtasnYpartof The United
9tof8 paatgee eefixlr9iJS year, VU% six
mnths.LithTe mnti- Boathorceileet3 fEOnO
Rsng moidem In ocsa cainmn D ace-
fl we aeh andM every inwtion. -
3aioef notices iii Special Colnuinn one
ae for A isplayedI ad
B.a on amiction. -
WM I". adverlalg MiUsbaem due after
-rt a.nppe+ r of -_-rtim- unis
--m00ismipulatod inontree. Parties not
-Miwato mwfiuw be required to pay far ad'
THE W VEKLY SUN, the edon of TH
DA-WY El", Us an 8-page 4-niuf paper,
jabshed every ThurUday, and cantatn al
the news of the week, Local, Stat. and Oen-
-maT Its sbe best weekly paper published
-I&loridu, and will be ma-ed, postage free,
to anypert of the United State& or Canada
for va year-fi acvaaice.
lB remUnwnabea should .eMae M v"xpre
uMWrvwder orregsered letter. addivw
.- GAiniusv~LE. PiouniA:.

.:DEXOCr ACY WI.i. T :D E. -atleast. been removed.
The Tapa Tribe asks, "Will HOWGATE ACQUITTE.
-emcracy di?' We hope- ,not nor -- -
do we believe that it ever wilL in this .W. Howgate. formerly disbursing
oty. Demoray meas agovemr- clerk of the signal servie, -who has
nt by the people, where the supreme been on trial in- Washington City
wer i veted n the people. There- since January 28th on two indictmen-ts,
fore if dem ray should die the frm charging him with -embezzlement and
of-government would change and be forgery, as been acquitted. The
transformed into an empire, a moneyed Howgate case has been unusual in
-arkstoracy.or-in some-nmaner be on- many ways Fourteen years ago im-
tofid by the few asagainst the any- portantframuds affecting $350,000 were
h a een may possibly transpire dicoved in the signalservic ae-
-bt t'e not believe it. -We doubt not .ounts-and owgatee was -charged
t'iere are imay inthe United with having committed themL He
tes whowouldifeycoul depive was arrested but by a rusehe es-
-. people of t-heir rights and place aped from his guards, and for thir-
themselves at the head of another gov- teen years remained in New Yorlk
erment. But whobe s thathese City. Although a reward'of $5,00
w4ild-be dictators would find eneur- was offered for his capture, he was nol
*On shold -the, become bold arrested until lastI fall. At the begin-
eough attempt to hange the form ning of the trial there was a hot legal
f gov t-noww exing? Politi- battle as to the validity of the indict,
cal ions may become corrupt ments on which it was proposed to try
and go to pieces in conequence, but" Howgate. They were finally sustaried
demowracy is so firmly implanted in and the case tried on its merits. The
thl breasts of the. American people- jury found that the ease was not
that it wi never die. -Many leaders barred by the statutes of limitations
t-t parVies 6ave departed from the but held that Howgate was not guilty
pt ..of G(&democracy and areMnow of the particular- offenses charged-
the dearest interests d-the After the verdict-was rendered, How
- people, that tey -;will eventually gate was sent back to jail to awai
-a-esed in momplishing t.eir- sel"sh trial on the seven indictments still re
there is nO well-godefd naming against him-. It is not kunowi
*_+-m i " -- Ift-ems will. first be tried..++
but eracy will ive as long as free by local applications, as they-cannol
5...V.V .. 5XEE 11 ~ -- -_' ^_l i- c u n uai_-__- -orio- e me* ear~

.that e state Is overr un with- tho e
moer e ing loymt. While.

There are m anY opportunitiesdeoth
oridab tan everenit of caital an-
_tl here a re --lmst a--may e-:

Floreda as far eoe laboreTh Areou s
-.atre t Se is ovthiarrun witho touroe

: c rn ~e d th re i s no t hi n to o ar g
them to come -to this state. With
e-of those who land id- this state
theysoon become penniless and a bur-
d- It might as well e understood
and-given out that Florida is full of
laboring men of all 1lne, and -that
such as may e are sure to meet di-
In thasearch of employ-
look he demad p -ork
i Gaalesvile is fully ed, and more.
It ad policy to crowd thesteet
-with idle and to prevent this it
holdd be made pblic that there is
7- demand for labor beyond what IsJ
already huer. There never was a lbet-l
tU time -for investors or A poorer out
look for rkingmen. I'
-Florida's criminal court -expenses
-are cotinualy climbing up. but they
Arm not increasing as rapidly as those
of Arkansas and some other ates.
After iberati two and One-half
,hoora, the jury in the celebrated j
Woodraff ease at Preyvilte, Arrkas j
M1, on S~turday returned -a verdict I

rea.iu se ui seset portion-oi mte ear.
There is only one'.way to vure deaf-
ness-, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by. a
inflamed condition of the muous lin-
-inug -of- the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rumb-
ling soundor imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafnessis
the-result, and unless the inflammation
can be taken out and this tube restored
to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever;- nine cases out ol
ten are caused by-catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. -
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for -any ease of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be. cured by
Halls Catarrh Cure. Send for eircu-
lars; free-
F. 3. CBENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
U Sold by Druggists, 7oe.

-The Tennoee legislative committee
investigating- the gubernatorial elec-
tion does --not seem to be disposed to
treat the republican candidate with
perfect fairmess, else the committeemern
would not have slipped away to -avoid
hearing -Mr. Evans' protest. The
cOmOmitteemen should bear in mind
that that kind of *practical polUtis"
is not safe, however successful the
scheme may be for the moment.-Sa--
vannah News.
The policy being-. pursmed by the
democrats it the Tennemseelegislature
is not sucmh as to inspire with hope and
coafi&dece the suceos of the party in
chat state in future contests. As sug-
gested by the News, it may tempo-
rily succeed, but it will only be tecL-
poeary. The great mass of the people
ire honest, aid when they rightly
understand the situation, they will PIt

of ~nfly. aiuu &~i th ponisht at {Ibe seal of condemnationupnayhn
of suftyw and Ifixed the pmeioreient Pon ^1feHdeBatw anOythingl
one yer' imprionmmmant- This thatsmmaeks of wrong-doing or down-
fourth trial of the faMots 4ef and I righifr"d. The best way to strengthea j
h"a cOst the state nearly dO`-L He IaQ^ build up the organtiation of a'
w tried fto 1891 on th charge of ema- P rty b to aet hoorab!y. It should
lbhe t fajlia t reL, the- be& frgotten that 'chikens will|
a vetdiet. H wa next tried in l I tC)home to rowt.- The democratic -
-O tue S Ii ob te triaZblIelubers of the Te-iess iegislatur&
asi resultd ia A nu jur, sta.d- are inviting &-eat ,t coming electio-s,
lug I to for Envictlion. In 193 ie1n if $ they 4o n ots 'nter disaster
wt nried on the charg o mi3ppro-it *iI iudei!o be remarkable Might
priatia4 stat& fNuds& and w 4. s notaE right. ti'd ST s~pecifc charg Ci3 Of Arbitrary poer ^g tiu d-
tw T falle pt-es iobainig t I
s bgntatur of t te state ebt Ba Qv -IA
sitortl.'r t4 s.! tCirtSLa -ip So gse- ^e5n ;.n-sen"l J^ee'. W duff'^i^, iaiited to re% i~a h~-s' T
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R"T- TFEBRUARYU 26, 1895. ___________

It is remarkable what a -vast differ-
ence of opinion exists in the minds of
-the people as to came and effect.
While millions believe that the present
policy of selling government bonds if
persisted in will lead to further disas-
ter, Di-ms- late-t Review takes a con-
trairy view as follows:
" '-'The surprising sucem of the new
loan- and the great confidence it -has
given to investors on both sides of the
water, and to busines s men here. en-
courage many to hope that it may be
the beginning of a real recovery. In
twenty-two minutes here subscriptions
are supposed to have been at least five
times the amount of bonds offered, and
.in two hours, at --Londont they were
twenty times the amount there offered.
Considering the power which eontra
of these bonds gives- to regulate for-
eig changes, and to prevent ex-
ports of gold, the transaction has in-
deed greatly -changed the financial
situation, in spite.of the fact that gov-
ernment revenues are still deficient,
and 4-hat domestic trade shows scareelj
any gain as yet. -The industries are
-not enlarging- production, nor have
aices of farm products improved. But
a very important source of apprehen-
_son and -hindrace has, for the time

L i
Painfully Injured. tty'five-cents a bottle. -i -s jEe a + R B. TM..ViT.?
"A white man who recently accepted 0. W. 0. Hardiman, -sheriff (,f Tyler Oi"t"ment. GAIuS ILi-' I-
apositiono with Capt. A.P. Price as ounty, w Va. appreciatesa. ab.od6A A in cre foor Chr'o S sc-,n
th-insand does not hesitate to, ay raincr orCrne oeEes fieon MecanicRI. betO a
.overseer -in his PhsPhate mine,mt'a rem" *a1 M~. Pu
oversee -in his phosphate mine met- oe was almost prositrated- with a cold tter, alt hm ald Head, (N m m .I.1-0 t f+ + +
With a serious and painful- accident when heproured a bottleof (hamher- -mc. Sore&, Fever SoresE a,Ec- -..... -:
SSaturday. While watching a body of lain'* Cough Remedy. He says -Iti tch, Prairie Scratches, Sore ipples I D. a WKOTZ,. a
workmen who were eleaning-sand out gave me prompt relief. I find itto be ad Piles. It s cooling and soothiag. W R T E & FO
an invalua-ble re-medy kr -co'ughs., and .Lrnd)o 1 W ROTEN &d FOY -
of- -a pit- the side of the mine com- aoan ietaluale y fcr cughs and "idr ofe ases ae .beenca red by I l-
! mened- to cave in. He ran to avoid allrdrg. fe other treatment ha a. j O i. .
Being buried alive, bat stumbled his rhe U. mt Repts AtS er b ____ f D J
toe against apiece of lumber andfelL showRyaR Ij- i Q o J FtM. V r BP anl-iz
cuttingan ugly gash in the .back of p/r g l t -a. -,#. ,- F. ---
his- head, which came in contact with AI1 We 2realso pMU--" toUrli*Chk1.
the wheel of a dummy ear. He was - ee and pork. -ibee0, 4g1
taken to Newberry, two mile distant, have a tro fla m iHrdatw -a o r wit
where he received medical attention. billousM.kand an- hk eadache. Ha inc) aIUInunUUuu 1 lUni"11" 1, - lI
-______ ______________ tried almost everything that col .be o- "" III VA l-J,,
e f____rm... ._-._. tal rfh) drnlsM without any pelrma-, O.. ala Sta Laid
tooeld oriJ3"ad -Nm "
-, --- ^ aent bezwitt, I eon I1 epatine a trial. aa I find thatu it did for ine I. edtJt o
ime all that you eaimed ft would d& Oflve: Willrms bWok.
Be i oi Youm truly-. WB o.;
,- j ? The VA ft .onMo^ Pwan IT ^ ""7 L.ot e j^ ^ ^ S ^ l a MAet
Sb 9 ,sieknes s ad a "octor bill to pay. is tenn I R. i a"a"ait. :mt-mXSrtlh,
,_ c -r anything but pleasant for a lanD Of a -entrR. ..F r-4 < A h Fatx. l-mark, -
Jt .t B F~familv to contemplate, whether be i a.- i Pbi a etpfalIa. .w- Vark. l-, ltn a norticm a t e .--i etta riT nm a Ia"M r,
.. laborer, mechai,. merchant or pub- points. Cort" tioe from ttUlmIVl, vn wtth him and ymr foundry I scaS 2l f,
U shr. 0.J. Jai o. 0 onr o ( ,' ,c. ,A.L- ,,.,I,, -,- ,.e s+vflleaS100.ude l freef c.l ,Mtara. *
J "^Bj'T LeMadr exir. T.exa. wa- p ,k-- be l: .,s m. .d :y cax'e.j MMonday. Arrvi -
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for- ten days with-the grip.. during its ltv<- .ja-i.tfl.Aai-i ; n.4 TorP I n.I*
Sprevalenee a vgr (r tFe LAte.-I, JtalmF'.1;T.D aLa x
j t the s .asaorrn I hI-k. o. _-p;- ha,; J- am es Bell, .
tN J a e Be:-l .~ laraa
'< -9KQ .He svs: y lin the Lattrr..a- u--d Ar7k -aSD -i -,. -n?. M r.aar t
IVa V ~i ~Cham-berlan'is Ct'o h "--em-'v ''with: I. t. S' - +'.,T-t oT t E. ie -otore.
t rtr--idera l e. j f -- ii t -44c ipb w u. ku x
Jtf^.^ ^^^^ ..... .. .. ..e-n-bed a iitti- r t. o d-v<. 1'tv* (K +'- an p'-*_i^ t.,o 'fcl ;t
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U~ ,a .,otgit jsam =4 jszk* -01ib V""RAILROAD Co). raITanpeikk
&rim& ZoorZ B e ve s."ROYAL Baking Po.-dr. i CA RJ .. )~ .

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AL A.L. M.i. aa-CLL M ,0 L. J -" --.W%. 46

-"- ___ if WS D"AY. -- II"USIRE iI8{CTORI F
In the Tacoma, Micanopy and Evhis- Continued from Thi! d rage. Bi
to sections them. is 'much interest eom effor of captain da I Gainesvil, lMFloHda. 7,
manifested in- .a proposition e d a -----
and. rew. c=- ,, ndha head no un_-
among residents there to remove to f distress fro that mis-Zin steamer. 4 -GAINES V ILLE-
Brazil and engage in coffee culture. There --ere pale faces -and 1 wrg I STEAM: DY W RK
We "re informed by a gentleman of bhands n both conti.ents -and tears j n- - [r 1
thtseothatstockwas rolled do cold cheeks on thoe'a5 sowyO
b ei n g d. v e r y c h e a p o r m on e y w i t h d a y S ,. W e a l l f e a e d lith a t t h d w o r st b d 1 ... c i o t h e s e l e a n e d d y e d nd .p r e w sd on b o-t
I.being -sorevery cheap for money w + +l o h G f ~l J J-+]nt a~ t~nbe+ w rm -:
which to take I *ro openedd ai air n sbie ndp talekds. -o'k f
which to take several families t moa s never ed of -ter sailm g,, o y a-roa will receive prompt.A te on-
Br .-and the steamship President,. on which MITH JACKSON,
The colored boys who compose e the brilliant Crookmau si! d ne r h is making you old S&JaK S O
newly- -or niedhook and lader c jported- atnd never to be heard -f again nhnd ,
-pany have gone to work with a vithm t .h. m the ea giesup ory Z yor time. waith wor- -oan.
and are determined to be worthy of atFire island a ship was e U te v? Are 0u er- atyete
{h re d te m n6glass r k f- a s ip w sseen c a e m y m y u f a o f lcharge
their positions. The company held. a this way over tewar Then cae py Are youn ferom "-- r-S lar e. et _
meeting last night at the foreman's allbegnto hpe tati might be fi lest -t be taken frmW P.COK ,
office and discussed matters pertainin i mining Fmnch liner. Three hour j you -? Mother Wi you W. COER

:t t g of the company. T o tedious and aa dts 4 the riter e ther happibetl Real Estate dnts. ]I

"I of .ont ".ommissionersath~nx ^^^^ ^^^l yonBttrv -.e' .ae woma.-, ., -e +.eaS Opost ;ry .ose -.ev~c
will hereafter pmaetice regularly,. two continents in osuspe Wght p S Fmland o reves.i
inner, There it is'eHa.ha1.+The Gascogne! M ine --.don easy erms. Q -.at

Stsmento their perry -dnotl -Qi d.Wire the news to sthe_ -ci is ge .ufe---pid | ertvthoheandtmberpds.

--++ wil invol e -a --erio65 Qtesl-on .. e G es.gn I s-the cry soimdug 1 -I .C0arenc _-- ,. He m p^ ^ ^ ++ "- --=-"
i paid t willheir taxes 4 and who had the flags ll o on the towers! Ringm. 4aod o vo licite-an i .F h & TAH E
a-- . ..-_E6 for .r. .. . ... ..I:T AFow& Ii +I
orange studoves on the partly of the board i the bells und.thewraphicstles of the! wie ic "M'sa-ooma K''
"-"h D EteL +R I -+ i at-
Th tax has -been levied and the only xt hineppirg ad ll the way up fblroms Sanidy 4 we is t ReBOOKS AND STATION
treular meeting and ask- to have the eok z! wma i Nw rlan. 1 Up oueG.ne,0L ~

4!cou-m to hir s to haof there matrduced- and te r e the w d a t e u 4w ow- ----- L l :
1alterednonthe an +taxed o collectors boolr. .ifromwa stmree st ofre'- Itt th zaly2tl.. se. ti Arm leSlind-.orane graa.eAdt

S-" Ther is consderable al-k about the 4at lUfted -both emF-t eS v y e-w findakha p child o f 1 r_ -. .... +__ad r t a-
This Will involved serio usto sth cg net" -is .-the cry soundingrc il n10pI ~hof'ertv -hsht niiubrluh

I poior treatment theGs -H-re hose rektive af- ....-+. T-e- te -" oug b,0. H wa k -a 4d -
traonfire. There is no toher and the e. all our deli ted it the s:tt to Lte Omany Uren mmts; nothing cured him t
h .. -.I +e w
pa^frt. ng of^ -^ then' iTc wirstfersno 100 W. Gie V..e-Trn AVERN
much study onthprto the board- thrilling all the telegraphicwre fthe Y1 umt24~o much ELRI

Tho a b is sve levied pl ans d the onlymotinent and all t he m-ble under the.. 8 .e .u -SrttS [ EDProN

sangtink 'were swunghe side ofor^ s lesttern i Al.tde left and =0
[ tl e r h o s S oe ar^of -th e~o pin m ot m^ + av -n^ro^ ^ + _ .. . M"" + = -. l J gp ^ ^ s ^
c|ion that thise is to have thmer sea, nd takeh.aboet the w nowy asth _--,, .-- BoKder^prs AN --TAKET
alt while others bsaigm the wcter rem's ns day atr- sow days- Aot ond ag i J S-k le-ttr w as write r I I"

: Itoo long in the-hose, with the presentt ^ mci~ne~ry of" health +and coug ,;... A. s+Rx BAX &CO,5 E+ 10t s .- I .. ... ._..+. !_. ... f,..._ U B
arranmentb. Atarall eventkatio the he oe don,ws and the waves of the huzpt on y Iea & HEAD r.lSS CUD, i L t o leingplaet an mt -
.msto be rottgand seal lengktho tion htve sopt cles over the hSroie npA OIsor Stori !
There -is cons a th that lifted both hemisph-often co xIl!- ea. -h ....
poo treatment the lire hose re ive station. T lakes ofn e t ^ Have y a Have you5 D oe by

Hart Sature.dayTh night at Arreond. the extrough as we opf that sea and down the street Life for man c i a
STomnly provision madegro for dryestival rday the trough thegettehe othe a and my Ganesvill T.eW. Dawins!f Co rn
,+ 4!o,-.o, + ,P,,]o,+t .P P .
hose is several planks arranged in a row ebpie Saew a Bh t o I C !tS9 ^Sp

da eputyn Shiti Tiniag i ok the Wll till be better than that whe n 1e en Ui l has the Cro w-
Sprhnere frou.m where the pas confined ofy and heads yenfori the haofny oiu are-=see n p -.e- -lhS CtheIear
"io, tha-t- th-i as"o-oda o r bor of heaven You have -had .a rog j E wi Co'.. B i ^ Sorrc SIpr Setion.l. cosn
ths"sa goo "s &I te +, ,o. u .
voyage. Noimistake about that. Snowy1 Ori 'Nou
while- others claim the water remitins dy ,ftr-so y dy-_Again and agleIJ I RE iariike,,,% I-k rerYurOstr
tolong in the .hose, with the present i mieyo elhadcuae A. BARNES & CO, 5.3 E101b S. .

0 ti0e Of the peae there. He was not tharrocs of death an you r ag .e _i 3 -+ Eim V Qn JO J vD V
arrangemnaent. mmarll evenams, the hose broke don, and nthe itwaves of tempe.ti -i- +,,EL1 Hi I IlULj LKLII I T1
to e seral len ths tion have swept cler over the b.urricared Iav (Smn ykr c I .e.j
se m to beS rot n... and se- v " II "I ']"". "=". . i ew~ -D- -E A 'rut.I "imo so B, M t--
a ..- -s n .. io m that uo u _often. -pel led -e e Wlklh
i Fire broke. out Sunday' nitht about 7 tahe shall Fe no more s,'"I - PAinx j F re---OR rr-
-o'cloek in a smalto house occupied by a adwavesando thy bill o ws sid ____.._ HiR __1__ ___ wu re Bcei da-"ly-.
-cooSe famiy on Faftuckr asteet, near- w hatgonetover mes and you were down I w-'_- alloarer -- o rFIdErTs A

t. +he, arb,,x honses The alarm wasl u < gr eat j rib tn h^ a nd d mte j+= B^ ^ ^S+ a g-"', -' -- ---= --. .. +
; | urned in and the refi dement r i ,.,__+ _+ ^g J_.- Bl r^ of^^ tl-t m- t +
1! 'sponded promptly. "By hard_ work+ ~u mgmj,- aooth~ iirb. n of leo- $ B .... .... -IA "m AfaiiljneofBmrtaS jrtekepto M*^
I rt Satuhrdale the members redone. in the trough of the oiat sea and down in- -. f.c--

1ttwere away, it is supposed from a-lamplof earthlymsevrities inmtbie garden of |( ---- .... w.ag '_ I .- P-.' WE aIp.: -^^
[exploding. The water- prsure. was eva'lasting flora and into w ad of + BREAKFAST-SUPPER. teja Ul lkr il im iltlli^
Tom wexelent andto a nebig festivream wFriday the trough -of the foer oie and Whitd ay 3 I-J.X i E.. P
thfrom each nozzle Damaet about des paie theof yafow, eav I =J bu th oe T.2 W Dawknd, *
-nigh and. while there got noarwdsard'fyu aearvLBut the1

-:.i.. ._- -: .. -.--. ....-------- i I 'I4,1^ j 71 <^}*at tly. Or'dbyaMml|OTMtyl|^
-i Wehrllhay fiorai-,,-Ift, l. f .+e aby <:. t,-,.+ Teeth i -- -. -----------.-..---.... +
-adshot at u one for0 hisAric-anbrtetrs lt, not onnwe tho mu come off wt.GTFFOT .. P r opo .
I three times- with a -sot gu n. Yeste | leremsme- otherMraft bt heons -w h ot- Chleb- r ilo CUA -DM-11d ilUN. Si
eJpt. y A Seiff.W TSO.kther-walkeoothdsteorm. swept Galilete andne w ; DE .
41dy euySerf isto walks the -wintry Atlantc conies on NNYROYAL- PILL SI~3mb.

prehandise Brom where alcafs all paia, cures wind colic and isT ...P.srp. i LOn
i rredonlo before then no soonefor dhaveyou passed the -aptaILI m E\ AIefsR OR MILA. S dSWUMT SIDE S UAEydf ore. -n_4B
justice of the paetee He was not Aarrows ofdet than you find -all the "mwwih laib. WE
given a preliminary examination owing banks-lined with immortals celebrating 7' A.i VAa.A Dre~If~fGJL
to the a~benene of -another negro, who IYour arrival.. and -while som break bf f aw Lem"LE 1
was implicated in the. affair. Plibanhtormith aksadWEO(fh 4IIC.3ibid~
them those standing on one side will S"eaI1 ""rswrmu
{ ire broke out Sunday night about 's"Chant, "-There shX en oese,_______________ MWWEAMWEER. LHIIL
0 ocloc k in. a small house occupied by a I and those- stand ingon teohr~PRE' menwoaoy


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