Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01834
 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: January 22, 1896
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: VID01834
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 %%-. B^<. .t. q i n ekl '*--;d-: ,,

king "That, he would rather hae written
y -et ry--'Elegy -' than take -Quebe.
e Would you have said that before Stone
: .W.e. ,. ,.-,--..*,*. ^-;.. :.-* .;-: .- .
i e? ..- --
e He hesitated a moment, theni answer-
-.e ed, "o., far 'we need victories more
twtan poem's."
Still ~ gp~s.
&fl Now and- then, not often, ghostly ap-
t ^ paraceaor sounds are explained to the
v_-. -peasant's dacio 'Thus i. the Coun-
gave- ty of Durham "Gabriel's hound" were
n foriong. -long years believed -to shriek
I andhowl through the air on dark nights
A nd to forebode death t him who heard
load a saw them. But prosaic modern re-
Ssearch has proved te m to-be nothing
had but 1oks of wild ge-e mnigratingsoaib-
:ward on the approach of winter and
iting-*'ad, t fsi
S S ilarly e got of Irbydale, in the
e -iohire wolds, a goblin who teri-
fo -tratvelas at- night with itB heart-

It di ,, , o : ..
- rendii ries, and who was said to be
a..a wtch who 'ad been w.o.ied to death
Sby dogs in a long past gehas been
r lot Ishown to benothing but an owl. On the
other, -hand, no true.. .i 'amis n Vila,
rh ever be induced to relinquish the be-
S ef1 that the spirit of King Arthur still
p.. hait-s the rains -of TT.inagel the
d t shape of a white choogh, and asuredly
the many English families who possess
-na wit, bird of- omen, such a that
which Mr. John-Oxenham sawin"West-
___ ward.Ho I "ding firmly to the tradition
aped -
- And o, ghosts orno ghosts, the poi-
tio. is jstthea-mneat theend of the:
Pi^t nineteenth-century asat the end of the
. eigh teenth-all argument is against
Sthci emandifallbeliefisnot forthem a
rhi vryeat deal mor ithanwpeople like
a*nd toac qwl e-Chanibecs*Journal. -
a the .__R t.b h
amn. natin. The iti-o of him is that he was
him uievorlawmiiolaiighatdmuldoimseutoulmih.
h t -Boton erald. '
S If there is such a tradition in Bot
i. iataiance-with lot of hity and
awlowith r i iroenm which men who
h _6w 8e0r& Washington 1eft behind-
not dvoid 'o h Mq ad thiereo we e-
3; casions'when he ed in fun. The
BotnHeaim &@ecibu him as "gavity-
embodied." a deacriptitw which IsIn-
complete, and which can not be applied
to all the hours of his life.o Hewas
amongthe nobletof mankind, and he
had a good share of virtuous ejoymeat.
*- In running down thelineof Iweuiinats
Sfrom Washington to-lin morerecent su-
f ceasor the- Bouton Herald says:

only remark that or Bason.
'W. cU~tBIIempora could not have been as-
M quainted with the North Carolina and
-1'.** of the Unted Stat&B^/.".'' *-V-. "

that esietGarfeldwasa an who
"had an.o tasto for fun." It is i]a tan
rfthat our Boston contemporary -atoer
i-' spent a day. passed an evening or held
Sa dialogue with General James Ao ar-
field&-New YO~k Bun. ---
rai3L:- 3da An Juswyma GCeS W~timir.'.
I the 5nBm of I or cleer lawyes ar not
ilmi clever t all whn thearexcalled upum
saw to give evidemios. They can hack and
efor tear testimony to pieces. but when it
>"" 4evolvesupwa-thunuelves to make state-
rith- meats font the witness stand they are
'Y* na*'int.S"f Poofofth~truthorfthua
an asisertion came out at atrial adayor
Stwo ago. the of our celebrated lawyers
"I walbcallmd upon to testify. bmstead of
a1tti -a 1w himmaelwould Iatsist on having
:":a witoee do-bat rep~le. x, ather,

,aiZ line dJlia examhinatioL Bevwas epa-~
:I. m doi.y ca.tined against tia.stye of glv-
She ig t -Muy, batthe warming might
itie v be l" led at the tate i-as the
B oo-trocIa for all the ralts that o-
hi ... .b.sTx .eller. '" ": -- -
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od ti could with om
.h.t u- at -. 1,00.0 yar e, i ece-.
a ot bixfheB f oak. about thetbickeaws of laff
gag mnhu:iatw.ine.e V TefSW-'.g"ths
n~r inch steel severing at the Atlanta's wa-
n tw line had aerl.the M1 resihing
Spower asthe Vwutitutinott 91i~obeai
- oak. The Atl* t NOixilchguna will.
*ft at 1.000 jardo, bore thio a wa-ao

will- : i if
here wni the (.atitutioB' hIml at
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*a bgans if uawm a OP ah coi~r,

la. A fnraltoJaaheM n ~ s -te f

to- of the equally famous. wild white
ar "I should like to k ow what you
Oxford fellows say of me behind my
back After a moment's ,pause Jowett
replied mildly, "We don't mention you
stll!~tr'" ________ *-"

A. thousand. year heme all the -stonme
I now standing in Europe will
have crumbled-to dust So -perishable is
thematerial of which they ar. construct-
ed- that the process of decay is already
evident --in many famous .buildings.
Neither marble. nor brownstone can
withstand the-action of the elements. -
What a man does with his wealth de-
p t.- his idea of happim. Thome
whodrawpria in life are apt to spend
tastlesly, if not viciously, not .know-
ing that it requires as much talent to
epd Mo make.-E P. Whippl.

wage Sig$l
Mk I f iws ofwA, :sp-
-. hu-ii."w61,Uawit. H erIisIlist
-ofsymptoms by which consumption can
cudy be deteted.-
"-- cOime or two Snt efforts ca
r.s- o--. -during theu- y and fre-
qRa drin tat Agent.
51u:, erexertio
QictsatoespecttIIy noticeable m the
re ma d after a fuN maL
O i r the eveun, folktwedby
Pwy~~smtowad morutojad

VysMab tbMe q1prims.or any of
vtt^nt doby-' Tlie" vte no"''
p~pBS~oBS w OWO- tat~o be cOM.b'at

odtbestetof yen. Kwffilarrestcon-
muuIloa i ~a af skxgtipsand drive
awaB~thsy~apoms Mmii.f' ft is (imma-
ae& bpy the Ack#) Medici Cot6
nd t i Q S. New York, atd soM

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tay. The 3rd div of February, A- D I, ISM.
otherwise the allegationsof said bill Will be
taken as confessed by-said defendant.
SIt. Is further ordered that tnisorderbepub-
lishedonce a. week for fourconsecutiveweeks
in THz Su*, a newspaper published in .said
eoun'y and state. . -
This 17th day of December, 189 .
[SiAL] .... Clerk Circuit Court.
By J. M.. Richardson, Deputy Clerk.
A true copy of6rii, nal,
H.- DEN.V,4I, Clerk, /
[SZAL] -By .J-lRichardon. D. C.
Hampton& A mmonaM Sols. forcomlpt.
Under and .by virtue .of. a decwee -maide
mand rendered on the firnt day of December,
A. D., 18. by Hon. W. A. Hotker, judge
the circultcourt, fifth indicial cirealt., In naod
for ,Mlaeha county, Florida, In a. certain
-cause pending in.ald court, on the chancery
side of said court, wherein Eugee Sanhezx
Sidney Sanebez and Mabel Sanche. b, their
next friend, Mereeda -fSamnez. and
Mareeda Sanche, .are complain-
anta, and Mary A P. Sache. and "- C. F.
Sanchez are defendants& and wherein and
whereby, we, the undersigned commiiofon-
era, were appointed and directed to, adver-
tise andellt at. public outcry -to parltlon
and division, the property hereliaftr de-
scribed, we will aell at poblie outcry, before
the court houe door, -in Ga inesville. Alachna_
county, Florida., on Monday. February;
3. imB. to the highest ind bestbhldider
thereof and theretOr, the fol long detribed
property. ituated, lying and betng tn the
ctly ofawln~rile, In Aacbaoa couty, F.or-
Ida, anid particularly deseribed fdakowa to-
wit: Lot number two <3), in btck Bnaumber
.M)threetrangs Bainbertwatmhe titb 9SiOde
of the eomrt house sqre, being sixteen fet
e a iwRtm y 1beig;B3f-cieInt? ta*..tt,
logetberwita all- and TMOularn te ltea*n.
bheeditaxmenta, andW'upprteaams to the
same belonging or In aWniae npU0rt6 ia&o
-ivy prteofyvt bewdd for mea g
tbeecomxi1&inante aed defedante lareUoitmH
Irytosaid deCree. 'Term cash. Parchane
to y for title..
Dee.a.ber "t" "
P. J.LYTYCH. Caidmoneri.-
S j. MAB 2S O -. .
"i" "t 'RDM I

have never seen an inanAt withoutetiuik-
ing that one day heo wodbe an old
mian, nor a cradle without dreaming of
a tomb. The contemplation of a woman
ets me musing of her skeleton. It is on
this account that joyful eights make me
a and siad- ones scarcely affect me.
S* Wben I had a -family, often.
wished I bad it.not, in order to be more
freetogo and live in China or among
sages. Now that I no longer have a
amily regret it,and I cling to. the
vwallswhere its shadow still lingersm"-
P enibty Review.
h Wai t the Aab Woma-n.
Seated in my tent outside the village
watng dhe orses feed, and wonder-
ing if ftr all, it was. really worth
whileev toreturn toEngland, I heard
awaiL Like the Celtic"coronach," the
Arb ai is something outside human-
ity. No jackal or coyote can produce a
sondmore dismal. It makes you sad
at cem, and yet sadness must be a kind
of m- al conven-tion after all, for both
the coronachh" and th' Arab cry are
-Just as doleful when they issue from the
lips of a profeional mou.rner. Fancy a
mute at a funeral impressing one with
sadness or inducing thoughts of any-
thing but gin and water. At the door of
A-little. hut appeared a woman scarcely
veiled,- her hair streaming like a pony's
tail; after another, and then group
of children, all raising the same doleful
cry. Then from the other beehives .and
huts came groups of women,. to comfort
and towail in onmcert. Inh"e midst
was the widow, with ;tears r inning
down her cheeks, and striking her nails
into her arms and breast. The night be-
fore ahorsei had fallen on her husband
and killed him.
The- sorrow that is dumb is not for
Arabs, the reserve of power we hear so
much Of and which makes our grief, our
jy,, our eloquence, our acting seem so
unreal to all except ourselves is not for
thosewho -see the sun.-Saturday Re-
view. -
Th. West and the ast.
ome intere.sting statements made by
Ow nWister concerning the east and
thewest are quoted by Mr. Arthur Sted.
man in a sketch of the young author..
"One thing. I have. noticed," said Mr.
Winter, regarding :the east and the
wet It can be- expressed briefly, al-
though it will require explanation after-
ward. In saying that the head of the
c untry seems to be inthe east-while
theheart _seems to be in the west, Imay
perhaps mean that the.. west seems
cruder, although I never phrase it to
myself in just that way, but -in travel-
ing about there one is struck continual-
y~ -ith the kindness of everybody and
with their interest in all people who
are in -trounble. Their knowledge and
good -feeling also are not confined to
their own part cf the country and what
is ,going on there, whether it le pros-
pesity or adversity, bet their i:Aterest
extend to the eas. ;.litis tosay, if
you go to Chicago or San Francisco,
or wherever th-e centers of population
you will .find that most people.you
talk with are familiar with things in
t New York ind the east, and are inter-
oited to know what New York and oth-
er large eastern cities are doing, while,
on the other hand, when you. return
from western regions to New York and
Philadelphia, people in those cities seem
very much le-s concerned with other
parts -of the country and are more con-
cerned with their own immediate stir-
roundings and life-almost, I should
say, the least national, although far
more c-vilized. "-New York Tribune.
Un "Beki.t andi Jowett.
There is a story of the late Professor
Blackfe standing in front of the fire at
the lodge of Balliol, and shouting out,
with a roll of the famous plaid and a

'Under and by -virtue ofa decree 10s-
ure of mortgage made and rendred on the
80th day of December, 1895, by the Hon. W..
A Hocker,judgeof the circuit court of the
5th judicial circuit of- Frida, In and for
Alactna county, in a certain chancery cause
wherein George V. Ott is complainant and
George H. Sutherland and wife are defen-
dants, I, as special master appointd-for the
pur pose, Vwill sli at public auction for cash,
to the highest bid *er before the court house
door of said Alachna county, in- the citV of
Gainesville, Floida, on Monday,the 3rd dayi
of February,s1896,between-the legal. hours -of
sale the following tracts of la'nd lying -and
being in said Alachua county. and described
as follows: Beginning at.a point threechais
north of a stakeon the section line -twenty-
two and-O0-100 chains east of the south-west
cornerof Saction twenty-two, township ten.
south of range ninefe m east, thence north
twenty-three' ;nd 50-100 chains to a staLke,
thenesouth 82-. east thirty chainss -more
.or less to a stake on the Garey ,Urant line,
thence sauth -480, west eleven and 25-100
chamis to-.sa corner inthe Garey.M grant, thence
south.00, east along said GaryGrant lire 12
chains to k stake, thence southfifty lints
more or. less to a stake placed three chains
north of the section -line thence west thirty
three chains to the beginning and contain-
ing fifty-five 'acres of land more or less in
section twenty.-two. township ten south of
range nineteen -ast, including all ..buildings
on said land, with all rights-o way attached to
said land with privilegesofingress and-egress
saving and excepting the followingdescribed
piece of land fro.m- the southwi-st corner of
section twenty-two, township -ten, south of
range nineteen east, running eai t twenty-two
chains and sixty links. thence north Bine
chains and twenty 1inksto placeofbeginning
then running north four chains, thence.
east twenty-three chains to the Gary Grant
line, thenee south-easterly aOlong sai Grant
line twelve chairs and fiftylinks toSnIvely's
corner, tbencI west along the boundary
line of. said. Snively's land,-24 chains,
thence north five chains and five
links, thence west seven chains to we place
of beginning, containing twenty .'acres
more or lkss. Also the following- tract -.of
land. lying and beingin the sasid county of
Alachuato-wit: Commencing at south east
corner of the tract o- land owned by Mrs. E.
.C.-Volk running thence north .Six hundred
and fity. feet.. to a: stake, thence west two
hundred and thirty-four-feetn more or less to
the line of State street, thence south- along
said State street six hundred and fifty feet-to
the south boundary Of said tract, thence east
two hundred and thirty-four -feet, more or
less to-thepointof beginning; being in- the
north half of section four, in township'ten
south of range twenty east. -
- Together with alland singular, the tene-
ments, hereditamnents and appurtenances to
the sa'e belonging or appertaining. .-
Said lands or so much thereof as may be
necessary will besold tosatisfy saiddecreeof
foreclosure. E E.:VOYLE;
Special Master..
Horatio D.vis, Comp. Solr. sun
Under and b) virtue of an. alias execution
issue out of the circuit court for the. third
Judicial circuit of Florida, in and for. Colum-
bia county, wherein Meinhard Brothers &
Co. are plaintlflfs, and Charity E. Whetstone,
heretofore trading under the firm name of
G. M. Whetstone & Co., is defendant, and di.
rected .to all and every of the sheriffs -of the
state of Florida, and under and by virtue of
an alias execution issued out of the circuit
court for the third judicial circuit ofFlorida,
in 9n for Columbia county, wherein the H.
B. Claflin Company, a corporation, underthe
laws of the state, of New -Jersey, is plaintiff,
and Charity 9. Whetstone, heretofore trading
under the firm name of the G. M. Whetstone
company, is defendant, and directed to- all
and every of the sherifft of the state of Flori-
da, .I, H. M. Tillis, as sheriff of Alachna
-county, lorida, have levied Iupon and. will
sell in the city of High Springs. Alchiua
connty,-Florida, on Monday, the third day of
February, A. D., 186. the same- being... legrl
sales day, between the legal hours of sale,the
following dese Ibed property, situated, lying
and being a& High Springs, in Alachauacoun
ty, Florida, 1o wit:
SOne (1) boiler, one (1) engine, one (1) cake
formertwo (2) hydraulic presses,one (I Imeal
mill. one (1) seed mill, one (I) old mill, three
(2) steamers, one (1) lot pulleys and be-lt to
same, one (I)-stationary engine, one (1>). plat-
form.scales, levied upon and to besold asthe
property of the said defendant to-satisfy andi
pay the snid executions. Termscash. -
. This January 1, AD., 1806. "-
'." H. M. TILUS, Sheriff.
ByJ. B. Cullen. ,. S.
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial- Circuit;
Alachua County, Florida--J n Oianeery.
W~illam-H. Weimer, Howard Watkin, Ad-
dison RH Wright and Henry.BR Vorhees,
partners and merchants trading in the city
of Philadelphia, and. state of Pennsylvania
under the firm name of Weimer, Wright
&Watkin. ..
* vR. v s-
JoelT. Weeks and-C atherine C. Weeks, his
wife, and- H-. 1. Tlllti as assignee of.Joel T.
Weeks and James S. Weeks--Creditors bill
It appearing by affidavit appended to -the
bill riled in the above stated- cause that
James S. Weeks, the defendant therein named
is a non-resident of the state of-Florida, and
-Is a retIdent of the city of Savannah, in the
state of Georgia. -and Is over the age of
twenty-one years; it is 'therefore ordered
thatnsaid noni-reaident defendant be~rnd heis
hereby required to appear tothe.bilof corn-
.laint filed in said cause on .or before Mon-.

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We do all kinds of blankwork as ch eap as: i cn be ha:" "Aywr-
the State. Send us a trial order and.be convinced. -
-We do al kinds of Cominereial work at short nti ceid d6 italy-

and eheaplyn.d :. i. .Y .--4: : .-. : --' : "
Jacksonville:or -Savannah p6cesdiduplcate.,- -- - -


4.,.1 '0,.6 .-


:- Must Be Sold.:

So come and et one. Te are the
best-a few carving-setsleft which wie
are closing out. :
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Coffins, Caskets, F-uritu re Mait-
- -. '

When needing aytig If .orlie
call and see .- .
Mail and telegraph orders will e-
ceive promptatteUtRo
West Side Squre, GainesvIlle, Fla.

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... W xYC oss. . "W ~ ~ s . _" . .- ...--_. :.Mo.u. ."-.
INtOTh, EAST, ostI S ot WST, -
Via The New West "Cast Short Lt e.
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No.,14. No. 313. No 142. No. Mii. So.51. No. 5.
10:40a.m. .6:35'p.an, 12:45 p.m. 2S5p.jii. .93 at. 3A85 p.m .
S from From I From FProm- Io. Frta
Micanopy, Savannah, .Jacksonville,. 'Ocala S aum.ah, "&v &ana
Mirs, etc. 'New York, Pals"t, and1 Xeirforik; Now Yflk
Daily Eait & West. and all n er-e .eesburg .9ENoAWet and-- poin-
:Lessburg and .Daily, mediate p "ts Da. I y. -a .ly
-: -Ocala :. aiy.. ".- .,+ --"*, :; .. .

No. 31S connects at High Springs with- West Coast trains 31. and bini -onfneto
fromall points south, north, east and west. " N ; e w. "
No..59 brings connections from West Cat trains. Ss from Ne ort a al- point s North,
East and W est .. - ... : .. .I '- : . .
rmigAm rin^Hs
1'D3 1.A Nn
No.14L No.1..- .N1,o.M. No.M., .A. 314& -.
I" .. N- + -"n ..
ll11:a.m. 9:40a.mU.L lS-2i. 3:0:pJm. 6.ikm.I.oM. IM jm, -.1-
For For For Plaika, Savannah, .ForHage W-, 1o :
Ocaa, Ro-helle Jacksonville. Charleton, Ala&b a ad IHaguteAlech-
Tampa, luatkaJaek- Ocala, Miea- Washington, IHigh Sprigs, ea High
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-No.60, :1:W p.m.,.for-Hign Springs, Tampa and fnt"emed.iate points. : .
No. 52 connects at High Springs with WestCoast. % awhlehcarrtesJPltaiausloeleArg.w
for Waycrosseconnectfng there with through sleweis er fAtlantad Na^svOlle.via Tt oni,
and for St. Louis via Montgomery and L n. & N. I., aiR w1itb th.rotsa oach f ft.avlab :
ond Charleston. | -..- - . -" .
No. 314 conn.ts at High spring with Weft Coat train S.6orTaN J T'aTAt.mp. -ndl"A
points sonth.' This train has through Pullman cars between PortWUpa and Sew York,
via Plant System and A.". L -
PLNT .STEAMSHIP URE [F ru0i-wetoinIt d&frini the cr Ship. ^
"PORT- irAmfyA.. KEY Wk. -T A. .HAVA-NA: XAIN2SS -
fgNo pa.-sports required by Cuban visitors. All th" is necessary tam NoUial Certlflcte
-.-"UTHBO U I' a- N .- TWo : --..
Lv kort Tampa. ...10p 10u, Hoiatead Thur L's 11S^nOW SS
Ar Key We*.... 3:0V pm. Te&a. a-ndrI Ar f" .t... ".. I7z dsa.
Lv -y West-. .. :100 pm, Tes. and Pri Lv KeW. est .... : mZ. _Wed an Sat-
Ar Htvana-.-- --., 6 aIm mWed. 'd Sal t Ar P Tvtpa- :0 p ml"ti .rad ,n
SORT' TAPA AD NMOBi.E .LnE. o 'rGrea WosI Coast LMei "
SteamhWlp "Fiorida." Owue4'd oated by te Plant System.
Lv Port Tampa.Saturrday.. ... 9:00 pm TYT I N A TA ,-
Ar Mobile, Monday.:............ .. OOa. m T- A s -O W A-..
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Ar Pirt Tampa, Tbhur sday ..: .:00 am5 : -"_-i -. ,PHa_.-MM_- ,-
S.u amers leave Port Tampa datly exoeptel Seday at1 7:15 i. tforSt- Peleeh all!+
MaaRtee River points. Returning arrive* at PorTargupaS; n. Sts.inerM run biweat
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Write: the General Passenge
Agent for, Information.
W. B. COFFIW, Gen'I Supt. "
G. D. ACKE1LBY, Gen. PassAgt
Land Ofilcesat Galnesville.Fla.
December 14,1*-5. .l.
Notice is hereby given that the fo=ow -
named settler ha. l.filed notice of his Inten on
.to make final proof insupport::of his -ela m.
and that said proof wilt be nimade before Ig-
later skd Recelveiver, at Gai"evle, ;. ia. on
FEBRUARY 1st.8,i: vi. ..
LEMUEL T. KIGHT of ingh Springs, aa.
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