Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1896
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01836
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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 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, WILL FIND THE
Iwx N-- w TO BE THE
__J_-______-_ ONLY -EDMU IN
GAIXESV ILLE TO REACiTHE PEOPLE.
AN AD i ER'TISEMENT IX ITS COLUMNSS
IS MONEY JLDICIOUSLYSPEXT.


fJ I -YEAR,- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBUARY 27, 1896.


TEN CENTS A WEEK


BY THE I^^^^gOSE ^^ WHS- CUBAN ^. QUESTiON. 1. yIBL!ONS 9P IA

*________ -. @a &iz Us iteI Seate. OFeutLA -
D iTeey's T f i :rEW YO.3 Fe' 26.-A Fpecial to
Bn te Wa ^ ^ H a s3 Ths S8Vd to the People by Cold
.-. - I D.>jFtw l s li- ^ D d Wave WarHedgs.
speeches of. Mr. aorsan aad others in ______
TL^ irUKRtVAG1~OBWA, the United States seante says: PEA EO BY 4IEF IO1H
________ '"It a1ppea:rs that these gentlemen, _________
kAm.a^By zi=m the i ef w pretend to speak in: the name of
-Imm^a~steA-i~ai Mc--- x. Wa hiimanty, as wellas other United StateB ^note ^w F~ior I3Silna ie
~ ~ i h a W-theds who ~~~teywootrg

-we hope. whick Owmlyafttd t24 Warin ca
Paige&-, WW-MW* Pe: 9aat S qmaddzters --awith the Cb eby K prlogngther Xo an BMnw Neu Warirfrto


w -^^Ea a> --B fimf ^ a %& -A? WAsaKTo3r Feb. 2L-cadhief MOore
they 5f t weath bureau has made h
A oM commit an, peial rept to the secretary of agr
L asiar ote ueinthe hous eoteii n-mudera other crimes, keeping up eatr wie& zeercaic to the aetna3
66 Asau of ADd waeo warnings o
^ .- ^--^eed Nto^ in -fte whele &*ea nit^ri to ifiinte that the people of this country, with special
Am Y claim item ws the Amerian senate is not ccmipoid of r to the cold wave of Jan. 2 tc
stu-e ~ Bf~~arBitltemori to avoi as -Oaae as reTeca. mean ^Tat was one of unusual severity,
reah pe or entire country east
Kr gey, chaiuan at the ways Brand Clay.^ it i tioe of the Rocky mountains with the ex-
-t the e -calle^ up that in past times the senate never ception of the souther- portion of Fior-
*foi that eated wite uter disregard of truth and re -At eVeTy weather bureau staion
-_ -nif^ 28- *i eded Mtl deri^ T-^- friendly W ations, who have nfiever failed t igo tthis reiona te cold9 wave
^ ^^ ladas Jaipan, ew'ei~oof themn, fgr n their duty towards the United StetmB fla was dsplayed, and the warnings
,' - mctaaso _'e ialri fur -e m wa and the beat cordial reatons with thtoem. uneeold wave occurred.
asi hf1 Kevear befoe hamve we had ocmim to Reyort received from 202 stations-in-






peadiagWB~a the -fe x w- _wae- deplore that the senate should act i- dicate that these wanigs were di-
:- --3--! eiiBm ite t t ch an irregular mannLer, o% tatimem recyy instomental in saving from de-
i of t^ seals,^ inS wsn Senator Ladgs, Cameron and finvalna. This estimate no ac-






Bd coudMnotIbe MIgan in Thusday's session. comt-of te property saved asthere-
sultf that warnings distributeoffrom






-^ .yeant^amoB the seeCTay of the CONTEMPT OF COURT. the weirathelbrean staton tothousands
now small towns and cities, from whioh
Ift te sals while on their tgeing ofarkuin., Cramer athe May B. ft is inqipmible to-obtain reports. *
Way' stew ad Cipmla bu That Chiget. eolatgest saving reported was by
- Mr l IEng^ley the rqxx$ ieot o the CnAnLBmONFe. 5 26.-Judge Bmnt, mwas and shippers of perishable pro-
- t whenh had already been in .1 ci rcuit coerte never ,eei 4 thesoWern portone Tim
ft1. Belt P Sim e actimn sued wailwder against imtS. a n-. kg&thA ever of trains regulated by
eof the Secmityavings bak, officials, while tourists and agri-
sea wf~e ranges the lull to AIP. 0 Crant i the Coal to
sought to uout-c'this be90nefits wther receive
___ia company hat. Pwhoehaen JneHvDser fale
in~ thi duty Wwrd -United Sia~era fiagwas dipanedsok ir, anvter e
~y i~p~ Wia, cand. -nve havuwniebfom br iie t dsd lsreotd the weat 4heur& bufrea
aUd asked the ecie o h
DAj~iIikti* fit OsdiUNAJI an-h-~ frewry.afte hejhad da -a ativete parter ocin vr an ui
iw 1IeI at e floS- in ~-ed k-ee behale ofe we-hdodd t~o~ Reot eevdfo ttos n
JMMWZEW z 1W mt a- -delra e n"thatio t~he-imi- ul4o zdcate that P~P~ n thermen waridely reorte d b
- Thecaseis-anotoiouscuealreay a ~reedy inoftmae in savding fgreo, wa-







Ihme-a: byub- MRm- W_ tthe tn healthlar andne increa. in th
enl s d the fbneaise to abusiv of.Sas comniert of the republic generally en ac.









S am Oedin t e -naten-atte Sne Lodg the Bormw and iouat itL these warnings.
cams** ~ ~ ~ ~ i thed breor be-ge that -o the prpry__e sifi e
Now- needs f eeit themg-ot the_ i...A Laim eagtp-dri
00 treuryEP OFCU GOLD BRI on GAtE.
-' -1 tifaafdM ot gnuhe -o hs -Thy s towns Aud`. citis.. freedom For









38.- -^^ ^' ^" _, winier.
k-: w ^3toe amibad ^they e- ai e- SAN FS"xcu.co, qeb. B. -A well










-^ *.-;. *'Hjijfiii i|nLi M iiibewe ee JdBaefaeaaBOahy dreedma, 90 years |,uiBB, Mr. Tefar san Mr.. S a cgerng P known by thenainesof Edward Thomp-
.C Nna Miiw h- tIWriin sh#%w to- peish~ wcaiwh rw-l_










rr a( tbe Bef th BanarGo andAddisonMi
1v ha alrerawa a -been adsui arrest ntsiy prontacheri
__ __- *'nma cot aind had Mr. G~ifrmdre- R.0 itchie, a Napier county vine-
__ -a i fci. e Jiige~t U n wrdms tm *araedntasmirnt for -a loan of $5,a)I.












Tmea to show rn whythey he r haim pared theneway for the loan'by
dtory of the fabulous for-
be eNUTA-wagac e Con aae ery prorder- amei uies ing a I mie tobtainsed by r degeatd-













Eadaium whoSm iafes the acaiil was to aaated by a versatile coath eder-
- y ^ : cji-vil HexC~citement and have been oc- ate.who pfned first as an Indian pros-












&elam& thfat-he *oaldonatinqt W_ rge __a_____ .andlaterasan assayer from the
-~_n wouldi^ ^ if~ ''s-.* --^ "* in a" _* w ee fde alex m- f- dt a ve t












^!t sSt j ri tn ^ Rewbrr B~ nd<~* ?6 tToo gsod bricks furnished b the Ii-
Fsifn'lllilBd Xoirrooxm, Ala., Feb. 36-One it .m we later examined by the same
^ ~Juain (OBarn - interests the first acts of Giwernir Oatw OB uis I~ejt ^a" bac nt s an ssayer and
^~ ~~n tMaaSB^ f~te emd emtu farom Phng dephaw tomiaahe aniSAjhed^" '
'AudyMr.,Bgia WIL) cham lsd to hepwortdtheP,OO w nather r
-ttl and asked fsuk reeaeive --os ate
-'-;- ** a,,J. trTd l^tic* -of Wumb~fa ia.f *A E *-, an aciv p KJ~ a rC infe eveMry ma n'sj bStat-













the gavet MillsJlP L P^ in gold
MY thdisn cit in the4 usuSt bsenefs widely-reported but














The -case^1 lL each for othre necessarily -n expressed -in Q m -ey 72
any eIr^S ^^^ ^ aura mWiu it. I THAT NANSEN STORY.
zeffw Auntib&:=Me Jit d
~B~m~ W Oaenurg proewsm and he~umi an incr~a~gweabsethe
Iff-prM edrma (t'tinhatetue-adI the) Comforty of9- they roWlk neK.l Sy..
: a-om a a-.wi the 0 b3ity stNoY-Acs-cialtoThe
~~3e~e Coun of~d the theariea-Tb gadEr
-o! _tkev haod. b _I
SKIMIMM" GAT J
niiTu~l~i iin lii acti-ovn- 01i ani of tt MIMMpa kendi ft|il i n ti aiH o eatsto at


wit ..:awor -- -tcaB ia ~~. ^i40 WV th- etuwl--n m h vgao of
Sb~saa~eWUa~is ote PGa it. final g la ngenS m t4i6- -gave the presson



.-' -~- '. .. m -^^ .- , - - -_ _|- .__ '. '-..--: .. -. ._ ^^ *
F wan In to the attenation...w T-i.- .- .. .Ii. ta
d t- -e f'y SenatoHar!r Waaf.a-.n, N. Q. fSS -L a-. d tae
vif urged the ppoprl y ot the lne it f-imfttopt HOIT Gr I& H
^;h -*i W: tbe -Be- I- tl that he-propoed re-


_- mse --w- In... ...... City -e ay -G of reenlandan he_ r
vur okapsiini poition t churc ane& wa m-b a w~ &dlhazu&ds have avoided the


--- ,-- yi *that theo- pm ge of -thebi nu e .- webi nMI-r 4- :- i.dheia- s



-- L-_ :-. -.^ -.>K:_ -- .....A _.i !0- w 'm 0 b -I- ..l. -,':- m --- ate -_
tie : '- 'i-- the^: v .i& I .W CHiCAO U--Tbee fa
-) 09-6. -F w U "hs - -but so wildan. i
---_ .....C D : ..~RE-i -mat i Confederate. t. i in_ in. s .. --d by e f ths entire
--- .. .- Pi pst -m m t have been
,-T -H D.&airewC'pe_ .. as ti' rd -Eh ang1 sauO cnm beIr _t_______a
... a-*a- ". mu.w m andr .H-r- .... -- .- bit lefi bm.iai,..e ,
Theeeat Thewo Fh.mit S-hefrs w

-us *adamil rn-u tying at hnsis ?rHo Daolvs leaes oh H. ReRAgn. thettersB

-:-!n.th-h: t re ..m _.-.__-
i --: ab--_ i- - " - .b :-!Ig-

: -ase- --re -whe .. > |Ps_ e. A e sflwb wa kmebut Sre-
-S ----11_ Ca t tth-e. ik a- on -th.i e -- to aA .e i-t_ t h o
'-- -_ Es.aflinei a atw tv1 mi le a i { 'an -i--e --- -









-S W i t" " " I~c eb __ ag v- W. ~< ~ Xohl i -. Ma -i --or a "h -o a wa -
,': if m f b Ir s. . .n --.- f . .a Wl lc. of by of t. big--
WI~~~_ gem' fmt on lissveyI___








^~~m .-1 a S^ftoi^^r '-tIf^ -- th---- ....l. i-- sad 0 1ti.^ fQrqpe in _- _w a--t at tul- p
ai- I o:- 1 1 J-Y a.d etia Mtr ti o .My 1 ha m.. .-M f d e
ram----- ----- r--_ .._ - w. _a .
thE, ey 1~~ ~ acec~d MA CaSae gUsoa. OWA wmkman who was ecntly Fnt






4 :- - > t irr__--T ..irr --- Mai w- fresh. 9 _w to of,.-. t ibb t ahi mt d t fh i -
that SI~5*2eI-am -shernngl wa bem tm f6mw Dwigttm dokwn to m O boe &AwitabeL fo -i
.r J;./- -_--@ *--- -- _n ei t 7n t -
-in onth cthild wifth the *a adv rstcne i naeeths n= Pti et~e s'n.ad


--.- -----: _ ._ ___',-__a_ a rt_ .___-_ h_ v.ing're r k- ed ,he- rfully. _"
1 -' Wa '- wh hl ig as_ awhoL_ r vi sPnr m t S G' a- ""rxna
JA ft-S' _l fr'- j .-? - ec e ----e --r u -.
Wrw. I..Fe. -~4i~e lftt.,~ e-z t&a bd sbrmw ad bh wo kuir fa or




f- -* e- S- iI S+ I-h y j -- "e -t W F -. -S--
.i.:.. .- -..: -. hi* an Me- .. . .
i :-:-- ^ :-: ^-. *-''*'^-'"^-*w c - ". -^W ^ -- "^ y ^ ^ *"~ "^ -^k O















in t-h. dh-'c-t. ._ ... a- w -_ a s a l -. .' s -o e - t - ma. wa w neei,
)^ajh Rpf safei.B~ru. Mmoc a w anlu aat t=w e, i i. mo 6 "'
~ ~ ~ ~ w Air Win repcra In*ea Wler
2&-trJm'l C_ Ire AUm -h r=mr on okua as
-,-OC k& AA sbmeT hs. cftIr.ae 5iid babes&--&-New- YEwk

W.'m TOW N"MD 'WtAt&. B akuW


"gadin. Twas e-
agin MUDWe attep -a KfWT


S- C-, and woodworking plants at Br
toL Ternn-, and Marion, Va. Amoi
new buildings are business hOmes at
Covington, Ky.. and Norfolk. Va.. a
college building at Richmond, Vs., and
a $12,000 acboul at Lexington, Ky.. a
courthouse. at Cmlanton Ala., a $12,.00
ha. at ichmond, Va and residence
at LouLfviue, Kv.. Chattanoogav Teua.,
and .orfofk. Va.
ORDERED RELEASED.
Tim Xox Arrested Is rMeemalm.n the
BI ad Fiiibwexterc Espeditt.
SNE-w YoM Fe b .-( an
Aields has ordered th rel of al
the mnne arrested in connection with
the Bawrnaf aWkegd Milbusteedingexe
edition with the exception t General
Garria Captai Hughes and two oth
Iledersm Thse 'will be arraigned before
Sthe commiiwmoer at onuS.
Th pris.tr-rs were r~eaed bwwe
Itber rt was in violation f theit-
' stirx-tio'5 sAt l~act wvk by Att t n a merely was not suniamt
V%,_nd, kTwrrpxv.-but. that evyienof
-in ution2 to _iolate the neutrahty laws
41waM require. __
B0y Tm:-i Wnrd( be 3. Trbi. A


I IAVINGAHYIVINTE
i nin A'R Eilvn ft


i Southern Coal iUneks' Output
Breaks the :Record
~ _.^ . *.
; ARE SELLING IN W TEEITOKy

general Bustnei Es m-od-Demanu Net
SIron Irreui ar-isr Tri"de Ave.
Textile -Mill% R ua .&ver Time-are
.CottonAmArea Prul1sted-Hany New
ladstries Reported.
SCHATASOOGA, Fe --X.-eports fta
industrial and busiesLconditions in all
parts of the southern ntes for theO
L week ending Feb. 25 bwve been received
Sby The Trad .
General business is gVod, but is not
unusually active. Tf smuthem iron
producers are mntataini their odtputs
. at about the average of the past three
months, but the demand is more irregn-
.lar. Prices for souther irmn are steady
and unchanged. Coal iners are hav-
ing a busy winter. --More coal has been
mined than in any prevs Season. ad
the sales are extending -into new terni-
Story. The lumber traft is active and
much interest is -manifeitd in the mat-
ter of prices, concerning which there is
a good deal of difference of opinion iL
the trade. Some large manufacturers
of yellow pmne want tW reduce quota-
tions and others, and the larger -num-
ber, believein adhering t- 'the list re-
cently established. The lumber mann-
Sfacturers of the south were never so
united: and well organized as at present,
and it is anticipated that the spring and
summer seasons will be more profitable
than in former year.
The textile industry is unchanged as
to activity and as to the large amount
of business. The t sare running on
full time, and in many instances are
running over time, and if the market
f or finished goods were firmer there
would be nothing to compIain of. The
Probabilities are that a very large bot-
ton area will be planted,' and lower
prices are looked for.. The new textile
mlls- organized or incorporated during
the week are: Cotton mills --at Bhim-
ingham, Ala.. a $M0,0 npill at Med-
goldi anid others at Clinton and
Clio. S. C.. Lincointon, N. -0., and Chat.-
taao --i. Tean. .A $10,000 woollen mill
is r-trted- at Lampassas, Tex.. and
- it illsm at Lexington, Ga^. High
PIint, N. C., Jonesville, 0., ad
Kn. aiiie, Teann.
Am'os-C the important new indUstries
I orga-nied or established in the southern
St ares dHunag the week is a cannery at
-| T-:a'.m, Te., flouring mills at
Glasgow, Ky-. and- Olive HL, Tenn.,.
and aa. n ectri.zal plant at Knoxville,
Tean. 3ou. :dries and machine shops
Iare to he bu t A Bowi. gp.

at Rume. Ga., Iand lime and stone works
on a large scale near Gzdaden, Ala.
New woodw rking plants for the week
include pia -ng mills at Jemisom and
Mobile, Ala&. a cigar factory at Tampa,
Fla-, a c* fary at Lyerly, -, and
c:-wp.-ra-ge works at New Orleans and
I Monroe, LI .
-here are also -reported the organisa-
-. tion at Eat( ouge, La., of the Baton
-{rtutge Lumber company, capital, $100.,
000 of the R ichmond i ater Power
company, capitaL So0,0O0, at Richmond,
Va.. aid the Kirkpatrick Manufacturing
company, aiko with 30,000 capital, at
Galveston, Tax.- The Consumers' Ice
and Cold Sr-'rage company, capitalA2.,-
000, is reported at El Paso, Tex. ; the
Mverau _ifI.er company, capital. $25.-
!0(0 at-t. -racis Ark., and the Bald-
win Gin c- i.pay, capital. $10.000, at
StepIh~esvile, Tex -
The enlargement. ot indnsties for
the week iIieude cotton mills at Char.
loiter and Salem, K. C.. and Welltorl,


I


DEFENDS HIS SON.
Rev. W004Sy" WildrWsas OnlyALTelI W
th0 Beaed .1 Jae y.-
CnDc;raATl, PFeb& 26-The Rer. Ilk
M Wood of Grencastle. .In. father
of William Wood, who is in jail here
for complicity in th Pearl Bryan mwr-



derw makes a lot stat recent im tome
Commfteead-Gat e einto an oe W o S Pal-
ilin -the hae of his s rn mthe crime,
if anot din et CTghey apea te
of thoae dreadful lettm. sent by Wil-
liam WOO& to JacSon, lie said:- -'




They were m aMeat a s elati a omeoe

when I read t em ays the fCldel-
fria e as bthey oeeto any me-I atI I
did not Wonsd o. h ap ble sfrag.I-
.SO& language_ They s6Bu* me as be-





theing prone whosnd cohasit e rtha as
v aWood. -He bamnPde a They appr in-
be -so*h asg a boy might -write who'




wisheduc his-o to apper as her an Jkson
e e and-it is pglan to any one who we




tember.- Onth at tey he sagy-s d
and vm- tr&L _They arie cteaiify the





result of Jackon's rtat e oa- -
ented tove trakbeot Ja o
T's home reverend ny n me of theel.
ing about Akeencastle- and elsewer _in I




townia ha become t m ch more, ld ader
towards William W4ood, He says redI
Bryan, brother of the dead tre is about




the only one who f has it in- for Wil-





li wa md a con~enie- oo by.Jac-
Woo The He blof aiesPeari Bd was ferin-
ducing his e am to bzing her and Jr ac- *
toa lakrn ofing last Auguct and Oepeda






Mateb. On this- scowreis father, ys:e.
SWood, asonly aftRev. Dr. Rust, were s
entd to take waScott J-dspo ton on
Pearl's home, Ma-y young mme of thel,
town have come -stoa me pertonay and
asoried me of what they knew of Pe arl.
Bra a-dof -may sonl; tharthere nve
,was Wanyiproper intimacy between
amd The d feelwa is growing that Wll-
the was =me a cnvedent th ol by -Jack-
son, -An in1termnediate fr^Bd- to go'be-
tween her and Jawkson by Miss Bryan- "
The case of William- Wood was callkd
IJn- the police Cowrt.. The Kawose ap-
prd attended by his atorney-s, Davis,
I Nd lckburn of this city,/-md General
MAwno -of- Indiana. His father, Ber. I
|Wood, and Rev. Dr. Rust, were -also,
present' Thiere was -no disposition on.
the part of -the- state to hurry a trial,
and the defense was wiling -to giant ail
the timnereuired by the prosecutiow to


j i i. B, 13 + = --& -- ~ -L~ 1 i iibtu Iri! t** to "iuta.. : A .r.-
case wasupo ned util Apri5. nM.ideas, otn the other hand, as their j f-
AexAuRe. R A
SILVER MARKET STRONG. JU"haPPi f or'" Pr, en z.va,a A" A R r
.. .. -: !Ja e_ c i "i.umeeut o mi-ern r --i "- = f- -n r'-
Bilelm i at Sevenr. tythe B2het Pr Iartill-y. pcr in Lrmauy, w-hu i j I
e n lT h j.' .arrived here shortly after tae ( fvpa- LOCAL uI.S S
------ --. -.- tion i of Crinto by tihe Bintish, aa d. I
awI.oe, Fi. -6.-Sl-vr llion I whih at neme it was fea-edwuulIa-w te eSelt_ Ief ltd
sold at the highest p_ Monday that-it | fall into the hands of the< Bnrtish ad- j 3-
has reached in many months There imiral, have, owing to political itrigatts, It casbecI"Ia _.
t fundtheir WAY to L-nand-aren ]Ow
was an apparent -good commewcial dle- #AD dwW^^ ^ J ^ '^ ^^
w an e m-- to be-u-sed danst the pre-s-iet -The I { t a-
imOaud, which advanced the rate to 70 ex cu s e-fr oir thebms -t Itevn Petal
per cent. The rise-was sharp a"d inwa ..tAat a ertam ptry- Ie .was in imam-. f
Hadfynaf Zarandand that thefrece itwas advisable tha. -l _SS _
H-ndh & H a bon bro.e. and e A-modern arms and aumiunition N. !tLt1p --a f--IIe
dwaL A. Crty shod-be sed at L t it W8 r- 5i.t It .
lt .Rtflmd. aseted there was less likelihood of a the ua-li Vssag*. -ll pa --..-in.
dared that they did nIt know of j V &eTonstatin for agmi=U the gov- Wpil". houb "h P
defiite reason for the L 1n.21 |istt t. t trao bAftIS thC PSn
did .,not agree that the .d I The Leoists wre powerful -eno ugh u
was de to speculation or that it would j to have their w-ay in this matter and it -.. '- "
be su-stain""ed. |wouldsem-f ma- the p-psent develop- I M _H a
The facts are that ailversold as low as Imentsthat tis was only one feature f f lI- -
59, and the price ranged about 6(0 for 7a piPl to av-rthrow the governmentt of "B ^^^ ,.^--^
ix months There was by reason prsideat Zlava.". A '
adverse legation, material curtail- .. ---- 1. ii_- i
meantt of productioa. Shrewd p -f DID TOGETHE-R.
who knowthecou cialvale iof - T GETHE R. -. . -
Yer, began cautioausy buying and acu-1 H 4 aW MW if Sila t ioesa. &euIf b4c. dSAMA*&aAW .SW-
.1 bullion. A large amount has f .- W .. A htioe.-.- I
I abeoffbed for export, a legitimate 3 -W
continental demand-. having pvled, -. Wis.. Feb. 26.A HtsIbI ffYR IYiL PILLS
1 for a long time. Th supply has al -trageay. resulting in he fatal shooting -" A
been reduced by.the demad for man- of Ms A W. Pattersm by her hbus- .".-.,- k: ,_..-
I uacurngpurpama& For ten'MOnths ~b~~~dh~~~uhn n.~ -~~vt
.. .. .. band.andhisda lb huownhand in the price was fluctuating about 67 cents,
andduring the past three weeks and 'lwdiat&Y afterward- oo d at mid- f 46&
until Moday 0 was the quotatioa. j night at their home in this city. p adlae -, a
The dvaIce ha taken so log as to Whether it was not practically adoub'le i ,a
eIap -- pneral attention. -mltane ide is a qulecn .-. .- .- ----i- "i
oyl wtrsharp advance ca de- A ie ostensibly written bt btxh i
cided pve.. m iftg W slefttothe ecfM0ay i BREAKFAST---UPPER.
which in regard asa i of a re-, ad wife had prei-edi-
newal o_.. interest i -silver B ad i f m- eti and vedto -i -I I"- t
brighter prospects Seventy-fie -nt die together. This dclartkm. oiw- -
ilver means much to the great indus.- e ee is a"oed by th e ct that whoIn a
try. and would V produce foundc Oro-wife, who had retired and w".
anot er -ver boo i her uht nA hadI one arm -wu
Excangeanba ha. .- ""he r tae a if to sieldi- = aI GRATEFUL- -COMFORTING
pace with the m tn .l :et in e arm. whiee h hantusa ". -..nd
n m -mt, -and -in LOD. O wa at p \ ilifi1 fully -"IC 0. .. C ...---- -
.noh At the- sme time w s -Bthill f d ft- A-te
has not keptpwowththe eandtc itahL the.- smr I '
|dma having turned t2 atetion-vces Bei helueC O by BA ray Vi Z. T
Ito gebi dinging- Idn the eni- and had rufte Tit
At{I AOi" B'x appa yin^ tu -t^ of BOILING WATER OR MILK
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t MAoa, ,. 3 .--The 3-v.T-eld [W-y c I-' ....e fa a.il.. -am ber e.i..m A.-#.a. ~ -
I .Her.y Benson was ba ed .to da where Patt sp was a -ban -- -- .-..tir- _* a.s.s.
Iin --the Rutland bbcin,. -uti fl .. U ... -. .-. istiM BbtMy",.--y-. -
i t a- i n: k health Th b _ey ca he h to . ....t i_ *- i 'I- .
'l.a warMs ]lii 1 t _hil&_-n at thefa- .-* aimVe_0tv. mIToe The
mI ret. houanesd in-sm
Ie o w iway h wh.ch Pautterso o -e r.y aten-;at,- r -.:--E.. .-. .. -" .r.. i.. .
I et*oth.'s hecame ignited'-with fize. -he ~ ~ ~ m~vettnisnt etm~' ~ ~ ~ a-- a-j~
i rhh baifll tg -frt '. -om n 4 .n- .. :f-- a t -s -

t "r .--a "mc ttnnan of -. j] o ja! ^Zfc i*a"I 4f lat fe ; zdw!-it lsJWosr.
sD insedtowad h a aa R* o Swabs- lam e= be- 9 "- '' - "
the- YAXX -The Vi" f _U2nd his dthCIO&-,a-~~ ;~
M& Tato-a -- bb andrri so=ri he -a^i- -In fnm Xm nhawfestm-
ft lu bat a sft b Wdt tv r GfMI A94. ._
b butiay bwmed& PfTTqrKWJ Feb ? -' 26 osl Erau? f '
I H--.- I Der*. ia-sjd i tihe Kanawba OsI A _'rOK1A. eATI -AW,
.DAILY MARKET iREPORTS eiso %ns fle hi. anmwrr thoth A5'i2 J-_-_- -
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: 4-at oft4 - l l a ... s JAo- W.wm Hretith. '- ttoS to- i.
i visa. tinR eKiet i u sila, _-.t biei
T-r P -: Fr--- &d andT leo---1 A. S e -, 4 L
d^ l~bIbar. the bo ys who wivleke&St S.2sdi-;LI
.r.k Ce.tra fast ld two .
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w.Ias .*rX 5V..S..- ro.. .. . -Is,-a -
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t~n bsits MarfcA S The bey wia 1ll r ^ .o$ ,r~ ^afy
St-, ?r sw -ai. z'tem-y, HildrAeh coamsg acr. -d st.. 8i L .i 5 .
4, are eivw in thetti it
1- ^^ b^ -tL i~rt-=-rpd to the R-=i csw-t rie.
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REBEI UONDIREAS lOUT


Nicaragumans Are Up In Arms
Against President Zelaya.

I -Ty OF A.AGUA- THE -ATEJ

i Mti La Has Been Procin med adtbo
e Work of Pressing Men Into the Army I .
nBeing Rapidliy Push-ed-Od Relisio.
JeSl ba en the f a he L ugenta AA"
We Armed.
(Copyrighted, 1Q96% by Associuted Pres&.,
MAsNAGUA. Nicaragua, Feb. 26. via
Galveston).-The flag of rebellion has
j once more been raisedin icaragma. and
i reports received here from the nor.-th
is how that the whole district north of
ILake Manaua, including the depar-
[ ments of the west and the north, are in
open rebellion against President Zeiays.
| Martial law has been proclaimed and
the pressing of meUn into the army is be-
Sing pushed rapidly. The president is
supported by a wing of the Liberal party
and 2,OW0 men are already under arms.
This town, the capital, is being ac-
tivel-y made ready for the dtfeize. as
Sthe insurgents, whose headquarters are
at Ijeonr the old capital of NXicara-
agua, nd the center of the ld itR- m.an
oCatholic population. as opposed to the
atholics f moret mxeru views. are ex-
peCted to make an attack upon this city.
A songxm detachment of the ie-niswts]
has already left -that twn. and it is be-
lieved that Mana ua will be attacked
Thursday.
The Conservative party in this city.
met and resolved -to give mwad support
_to Preddent Zelaya and also determined
to send ex-President Carclenas and lie-u-
eral Avagil to Grenada, near Lake Ni--
aragna, to inform their partisan there
Iof their determaiativn to support the
president.
The insurgents are supported by a
portion of hise p.'tirad parry in power;I
but, Dop t- the pret.emzt tine. the Co---
tion party- proper has- not jaineAd their
-revohctio. -
The trouble- datc! from wy back and a
is founded aup'?i nta. iela :aa -hIviuz
reflifia'n < tnfeir lasit&.- aid eur*' ii-


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Gladness Comes
W ith a better understand of the
-tramsient natunre of t bemaary phys-
icalilUs which vanish before ef-
I forts-gentle efforts-pleasanteffarts-
I ri-htlv direc-d- There is comfort in
the 10onwle-he that so mnym forms of
I s;kness are nAdt uie to any-actal dis-
|ease, but 4mry to a costpated eoadi-
Stion of the sv-stm. wiieh the pleasant
Family laxativre. Srrunpof Fiet. propt-
Ily removes. Thai is whyiti A.the onlr
Remedy iW millions of fapiie-&s ahIS
Everywhere esteesied so highl by all
-who ralue ,-d health. ItsI bineii e
effects are dae to :he $act, that ft 5s the
Sone remedy w-hich promaes internal
I deadline. owitaoat -delilitat, i the
Sorgoanson which it.aets. It is therefore
all important, in order to iet its iene-
fieial effee-ls to note w*en Ton pur-
chase-, That yro hare the genuie article,
which is manufactnred by the California
Fig' swupV-0. only rad, aid by all rep-
tabwi ft
If in the enjoyment af good health,
and Ahe sst!ezn iz3 regular, tAbe laxa-
tive, or other remedie are not needed.
SIf afflicted with any aetal disease, one
may be. eommenew th tot~w ioncS skillful
physician, Ibt if in need of a laxative,
Then one -should -have the best, and with
The well-Anfarm-t- everwhre, SA 0f
Figs stand s lhlT.>z anl L most lsrmguiryp
usedand gi;- tiosst general satisfaction.
BV.Y WAL L PAPER BT
YOl"R MmAFL
AT WHOLESALE PRICES -
IS O N WdfeirSurttSrpt Wax-rnsuz .
SAX PLEiS iordt- saurn !low nioury m-
rK.Ek;- -e'n-l fivr 4e-ti;Adtwt
iw hen ord -rias. F-H K iy. t.
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:?^O~e I'' B ~A are^ABU ock
r~t~BPio~E A:LIL -j
TI AIY -iwx pubisbetie every more-
-B tn~ey> dkivered-by Carrer in
St oriasied to any partof the United
-' Siata~posteue fre8er~ a year. $2.5tF six
-Sh$Lsthree months. or Mceiatefor-fve
Wueeks-atcV in- advanee--
' ~. .frf~ug~ moIseea in-iticsu otunu&u rnconW8
iat.esreacaiideerv inmewtna.
on SOOKeC&LIONUL6ad
k' mn w a.wsiiees~onw. .1 -'
T~n WX LY box, & Ixrtme aun Ic Zia
-D4 16* SUN, 19'a48-pa"e 48-COIUmB ,Pper,
1mbldeLVcyT&Bri2y7,.and coa^ins al
-Abe Of tme wtex IIo,$tateaAnd Gen-
eri. kt is beSL weeIy paper hushed
i%udi yirAnd ufflUmaied. posuwe feree,
tfaparuIfthoUnitd MSates or Uanada
v AC nr-i adv FcU1 e lme

nawMftrj=fl be req ic pay for ad-
tizta moid hbeim aey exprew
2 e tHer ddSUN

GAxjmVXLLgr. ELOmEDA.
TEk TAT APEEMG 2Dc
^ tAs iul tb entire state is censured
by the-Nortbera papers for the whip-
opi f theelevent white inen sent to
7the Marin enMrty turpentine camps
vagE~ranteBTe MM lellaim they were
-treaed daly-t twebty-five or thirty'
-alshi and their dist'wzs three pieces
u r \/ ^ Bsrsedai three pbxces -O fat:
in~t per 4yj&au enid at that. It
this is uue, it is a disgrace- Sueh bru-
-1tality 1 aamno e defended, andfor this
ourg th fb~ entireMateesuffiers. -
-There was nO i,-ity nor such
harsh. tteatet. The crime of fa
gTryS s BOj a very great violation
of law, and otlMat does not Warrant
^ any sack imuninnt, and we are sorry
*to kBwihat it has been administered.
w The& ate is being severeljy cesured
#W- the aiol( A few prison bosses.
Thire Is too Befi- m awhipping in -this
state. No man knows when a gng. of
Sm vi may siat b&s emisen IB the rural
-fi sfricts and beat him- and evewy good
citim- sboDld -ondemn and frown
do" w as acts. A Amore _hoane
in this viti.-laekovIle Metropo-
SWe inwnothitng regarding'the
f act& in o~c~ with tbw;-. case-
jfrred to- b"t t vagrants have been
],treated in the-manner dictated, those

not be to strongly condemned. -We
hbae i idea that the people of Ma-
S: ri~os county aprove of suchi conduct.
Such outrages wil do Ocala, Marion
OaWty.j and-the whole stateW- more ,or
Slas mry. wavey effort -shoul be
I ik cri" s. T.e people of Florida
shaald SWeto -it, ha-the




uhtiS' itii iiovialo -'* iBsoonem
^^eatrages^^aP&aresauechd~eiifi th bet-
^ wit be. They- Me too Ire-




-^g^ iB(|- ^iffWte dtie


h~ht~llat the lewwho are mak-

No-^if;^ ^Sfmapthy ~rwithr vie-
=-'the- low. *hould intervene to
thm!-I !% *^f^l^y la~e. A rghteouspaenforce-
thelawfla-ig tle pso-


-b"mata failure to punish the
|| ou^uugus will lldfo
ljl-ll ^ IdIBl e uni hr wl xs
-! 7^ia-inlomww a regs of terors.

W'TA- WE)3IWE GOOJ.DUG&. -

whine -- iabee mentioned in
I e Z M elsu- of
tsuuyion with the nomination by
| the demcrats for- president, has, it
1 6, aid, ru ed his ipects, he ever
had aaj, -by a(vocating harmony
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the hriihter will be the prospect for-a
betterment -of oar condition. LUnless
we emulate the good example of those
who have been sneeessfatl before us, we
cannot reasonably expect a great de-
gree of progress. We cannot win sue-
c ess upon the merits of others; we
-must have-coinmendable qualities -of
our-own. We cannot -afford to wait.
for opportunities to turn up. We can-
not live upon hope with little or noth-
ing to base it on. Opportunities.for
advancement are created by those who
have a worthy ambition who are- en-
ergetic, industrious and enterprising.
Instances where men have- become
prosperous- without merit are few and
far between. -Any man, i he has maniy
years before- -him, can, it he will only
try., materially better his condition.
But this cannot be dane by waiting
for opportunities to turn up. -Those
who --are willing to help themselves
are the ones who will meet with en-
couragement. Legitimate ambition is
worthy of appreciation and is certain
to be rewarded, but nothing but de-
generacy need be expected of that class
of people who are properly denomna-
ted drones, who absorb but do not
produce anything, and who are trying
to live on the reputation of their -f&-
thers. They are might-have-beens
now and ever will be. -They are ac-
complishing no good for themselves or
others. They are stumbling blocks in
the way of progress and- a burden to
almost every community.
STATE BOAD Orr .BEAmTH.
It is-generally understood that a- de-
termined attempt will in the near: fn-
M -re bi made -to abolish the- state
board of health as an unnecessary .and
expensive .luxury, and to look to -the
local authorities for sueh sanitary reg-
ulations as may be found necessary.-
Tampa Tribune. -
We heard some such talk as this
just before the last state election, but
nothing afterwards, and it will be the
same this year. The state .board -of
health is too valuable an institution to
be sac-rificed for --the gr-atification of
insane political and personal jealousy.
-Jacksonville Metropolis.
We do not believe that a more inju-
dicious thing could be done than to
abolish the state board of health. The
guarding of the Mpublic health should
be of the -first. consideration. Nothing
-should -be permitted to stand in the
way of as complete protection as pos-
sible against the importation of infec-
tions diseases. In no state in the
SUnion is a .board of .-health more de-
manded than it is in Florida. It
would be next thing to the height of
nonsense to dispense with the services
of a board of health. Such a board is
always -needed, an-d now it wllI be
needed more than ever. Being in con-
stant communication with countries
,where the -yellow fever prevailsan-
* nually,. to guard against its introduc-
.tio -itothi. state should be univer-
* sally regnized as a sacred duty o_
;the pa~Iri every good citizen. From
- every standpoint the continuation ol
ikte 6QawTei- heaBlth is not ml air-
\-able, bat imperative. The state board
Sof health has dis-harged he duties
faithfully and egieiently, ^x~iiag a
1fnly deny. It has redrdthe peG-
pie of this state an invaluable service,
for which its members are entitled to
the thanks of every man, woman and


Child in the state.- If left to the local
authorities the people would have lit-
tle or no protection. That has been
tried and it proved to be a signal fail-
ure. If left to the local authorities
the state would indeed be fortunate if
i it did not encounter a visitation of
yellow fever. The state board of
heIalth has kept infectious diseases out
of this state,- a thing, we believe, that
was never accomplished by- local
boards. Let the state board of health
-be abolished and the bars will -be let
down for the entrance of yellow fever
,or any other disease which is liable to
become epidemic and spread over -the
r whole state. The board is competent,
Sit does its work thoroughly, it affords
* complete protection -This is what the
r people- need, and it is what the people
W will mnfimt Urn -- tk


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The contested election case in Pen-
sacola was raised :to the boiling point
on Tuesday. Queer work in the elec-
tion was exposed. It is alleged that a
Tammany inspector proposed for $15-
000 to expose the frauds. Hon. J. J.
Sullivan caused a sensation, his evi-
dence differing greatly from that of
CoL Chipley.
Among the new enterprises Miami
will have a newspaper. This enter-
prise is headed by Dr. W. S. Graham,
recently- connected with the Indian
River Advocate. -Mr. Graham will be
the president of the new company, to
be kndn as the East Coast Publish-
..ing Company. The paper will be
under the general management of W.-
M. Featherly of Au Sable, Mich.
A remarkable bicycle run has just
been made at Ormond by N. W.-'Van
Sickleun and George W. Matthews, jr.,
two Chicagoans, who have been mak-
ing a fortnight stay at the Hotel Or-
mand with their families. On a tan-
dem bicycle, they made the distance
from Mosquito Inlet to Ormond, along
the beach, a straight-away stretch of
nineteen miles, in fifty-two minutes.
- On Wednesday at Sanford W. F.
Prince, a deputy United States mar-
shal, brought -before Conmmissioner
Partridge one Jonto Santo Longo, a
Spaniard, charged with having com-
mitted murder in Cuba. On being ar-
- -h pleaded mnt- ruilty. A
number of witnesses from Tampa came
np to testify as to his identity. Messrs.
Gunby and Gibbons represent -the
Spanish authorities. a -Tanipa. The
commissioner has not decided the case.
Messrs. Chase and Calhoun, engi-
neers on the South Florida division of
theS-. F- & W.- railroad, lost their
positions Tuesday. Up to date some
10 or 12 of the old engineers have been
discharged for the "good of the ser-
vice." Dan Bell beaded the list of
victims. Two years ago Dan headed
the Railroad Protective Association to
carrSnford, politically, in the in-
terest of railroads. Corporations,
like republics, are sometimes. ungrate-
fuL '
Work has been begun on the grounds
of the new hotel Royal Palm, at
MiamiL -- So soon as trains shall be
-running to Miami, material will be
shipped for the immediate construe-
tion of the main building. Several
sheds will be completed at once. These
will be used to shelter. the material
used in the construction. As the rail-
road has been finished to a point about


TWB.AT IS T 3WSIBTgG 101141XD
BUD
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Items of Interest o Topics of the ti"j-
nt.lliec oneeraing the Mo t Im-
ortaat Ocurrences is aIl Parts of the
CIViized WorId.
The cold has done considerable dam-
age to the vegetables around Ocala.
Potatoes in exposed places have been
killed.
The Cubans of Tampa celebrated the
anniversary of the insurrection on the
island by holding an enthusiastic mass
meeting.
Robert Henry of Jacksonville, fired
by jealousy and whisky, attacked his
wife with an axe, and dealt wounds
from which she will probably die.
On Tuesday, at Osteen, Fla., three
school boys with four dogs started a
fox just after dark and runit.until
10:15 p m. Several cur dogs caught
it after it had run over a distance of
twenty miles. There were seventeen
people and fourteen dogs -to see the
ending of the race,
The streets of Miami have been
graded. They are fifty feet in width,
with the exception of the main thor-
oughfare, which is seventy feet wide,
Oa the main street many of the busi-
ness houses will be located. Churches
will be -located one block from each
other, and the other city business
houses will be as regularly situated.


means uncommon, and the dowager
Countess of Dudley b a -agiet
carved specimen. Pianos of ivory are, I
might say, made every yew in nni
'buit chiefly for Indian Priame R4S-se
Spanish Americans. ]Many pia- _
olid silver have been- made;
one was only recently completed by a
London firm for the niam of Haitara-
bad, and pia -cases have at -ar1
times been made of oabw, a qp"Sarf
aluminium, glass, porcel-ain Dd tt a-
bination mother of peau .-i

Magiatrate-Your meU?
Bashful Maiden-A Iang.
"Beli - _
"ftot&Ueni #.
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No answer: -.- :-
"When were yourp"- -.i- < --
"In 186S3",


STHE MYSTERY OFA YEAI -
A little while, a yesr neane,
I kaew her for a roming chil,
A dimple and a g anee tAt shone -
WithW idle saief when she s.mn .
Today she pamed mein tfe preflB-
.- And. turning with a qziek srpr,
I- wondered at her stateliess,
I wondered at her altered eyes.
To me the street was Just the same..
The people and the city stir. -
Bat life had kindled into flame,
And all the world was e -nged for b&
I watched her in the crowded way.,
A noble- form, a queenly head.
With all the woman in her gaze, .
The conscious woman in her trMd.
-A. Laimpman in Youth's Compai.
DOG AND STUFFED TIGER.
A ittle iBcidenat from New York CUt
S Varied Street Life.
"In a Broadway show window.," aid
a stroller,- "there is a particularly big
and handsome tiger, stuffed, that I have
often looked at in passing. Isaw in
front of this store the other day a man
who. had with him a tremendously big,
_aggy dog. The man looked at the
tiger, and stopped and tried to draw -the
dog's attention to it. But the dog didn't
look that way, and, in fact, he didn't
stop. He slowed down, just as one man
might have done for another who had
stopped for a moment toj6k& in a win-
dow or to- speak to a fri&ld, and when
he had moved ahead a few -steps in that
way, net finding. himseW overtaken, he
did just as a man might hivedoe again.
He swung. round with (be same meas-1
ured tread and came back to the win-
dow.. Then the master. with a fai-t
smile, again invited the big dog to look
at the tiger, but instead of doing that
the big dog locked up iato -his -master's
face and wagged his tail. and the mas-
ter looked down and smiled at his dog;
then- the man started on -down Broad-
way, with the big dog wagging his tail,
walking -along beside him.
"But while the big dog had shown no
desire to look at the tiger, had, in fact,
shown rather an aversion to looking at
it, it did not appear that this aversion
came in any degree whatever from fear.
The perfect self possession and the deep
and unbroken good humor of the dog
were -unmistakable; apparently he sim-:
ply didn't care for tigers -and didn't
want to look at this one, but it did seem
that if it had been possible for the tiger
to come to life and step down from the
window and around and out through the
door on to the sidewalk then the bigdog
would not have walked away; that there
would then have been there on the mide-
walk the loftiest scrap that Broadway
ever saw, with the chances-well, the
chances were in favor of thedog. "-New
York Sun.
Un1qu6 PManeo.
"All manner of articles in place of
wood have been used in the manufac-
ture of pianos" says one of the great-
est English piano makers. "'Perhaps the
most successful of these. is paper, of
which many pianos of exquisite tone
and appearance have been made. The
Duke of Devonshire has one of the inest
specimens of the paper pia-o, this being
of French make, and decorated most or-
nately with pictures by French artista
The duke gave 500 guineas for this,
mainly, no doubt, on account of the or-
namentation. I suppose you know that
piano- for very hot andvry old cli-
moates-all instruments for 4lort, in
faot-have to be specially made, and in
this direction all manner of experiments
have been tried. Among others, a sort
of oellulcc, jefatifi iwhicha 1me-
trually commwoni~pijiU from which
nigar is made, is employed, aud a wan-
positiOn made from the chemical treat-
meat of gutt- perch a land ather pulp
has been tried. Ivory pia: -,e by Bo-


poper o-. Iiw
organw and tse oam rleared bloodtan
how noon the gkw of hemith ometo6thn
pa%- eei. nrmm- to the unftdye
hand, and aft h-U to the U1t.rbmg imHb.

-Hobd's

Sars aparilla
pnrf~fisB vtaliks and enriche, the blioo
and is thus th bet ftien d to n IortnatI
.humanity. Be mo to gi-t loods- aMd
only Hood's. A ldruggi-ti. -1; aix l-t5L
Hood's Pills .1


POZZONI'S I
OOSPLEXIHOI POWDER
has mme fte etoumi for -eforf ye and.

-m" k ghUN 1"e"We e e
~iIBfr..t~ORday tbe tic. s.




ATDWQGGl M A"FANCY BTOMR&
Nib..







South Side Square.
aj1 Gai1 Branl !Etc



"Crockery and Tinware.

BUTTER AID CHSE



On Ice.
We bu our go at the lowest
cash price, sell on the same rule, andI
guarantee satisfaction.
rGive us one trial and yo" will be
sure to csll again.




SMASM'PffS SAlE.


THE DiAELY SUN: -O-MESVILLEX FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 27, 1896.


What Shall I Do?
Us the earnest, almost *aenuiamy .y of
wt oamm dw
overworked, strnglinu BMe SO 4ff.
fi-wwig or~diry mre houneboM work
or daly labor, magnify tlvea to
_lwrn-egy iinu inotam
- This i sinply- b6eeme. the .rvem im
weak, the bodily org-ans deb=Wtt,
thedo O&


KIMBALL pIANOS.

The highest musical authorities have given it their
unqualified enidorsemnent The judges at the Colum-
bian exposition gave it the highest possible praise.
The Kimball is built on business principles. It is
made in one of the largest piano factories in the world,
under the most economical conditions -which capital
and ample facilities can afford. All materials are
bought in large quantities at first hands. Everything
is done to lessen the cost and increase the quality.


:THE RESULT AWAITS YOUR INSPECTION.-


Easy payments when desired.
lCatalogue free.


A.R. HARPER, Ginesvilte.


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A. 0. STEENBURG,


Real


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Est al e,


GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
Cbity property, timber,. farm and phosphate lands,
bought, sold or exchanged for property in any statein the
Union. All parties having property for sale or exchange,
are invited to list with me. No sak, no charge.
Rtperences hr perniszion: 1. F. Dutton & Co., Bankers;antwhe First
National Bank of (aineville. Fla. deIuaq

T.W_ 3146 31LIITt,


FISH GANDe

Green


Turtle in


OYSTERS.

Season


0OEDA=E? X2EYs, FLOOIEIDA.
My facilities for supplying the Fish and Oystr
trade of Florida, Georgia and Alabama are unsurpass-
ed, and your trade is solicted.


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J. LL EI.I .N _

RS. IS I"K '
ml- SAH -r- AID'. UE
- ROUGH AND DRESSED ,LUMBER.-
-gles, Laths, Brick and


Lime


--"-iiih, J-Embopssed, VorU. .
Factory-foot oif Wst Mai iStreet, near l1hpot


Under arA J-00vItLa- rA 12- JAMX.Q IBAN ?eOl



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4N -co. a~,~uuuriers IS r IL. -Mu -r'pi. --L 4=j'~- -Az V"u- .wenV u eyw~ n saora- 0 u_3I4&MIJ -To -Wtm wa tW232. mkam Ob
uet what the goidIS0 g0 want. They j8llow fever and shotgun quarantines. trains of the Florida East Coast rail- "In 184.I
ustn-wee* foidbe^repnblican way will soon be running there. The "How mawy-hers d 1
.... -- ...We a. eartilyriaagree wit the Gaines- irai road contractors are striving to yoU?" IIU
o afor of thetha ity the road as quickly as possible,
taeS, Or can -comtenance fraud "Are youthe odl&4?-_ iafA -
4e~lItg O ale;TeTmaTms rCb~tiY ~CUtUU2fadand itispredic-ted. that trains will b L h 111?
a in political matters and prosper. The yea., S
fi-- _hsi l e shea -- --s .t a-s e-runningsome -time "xtmounth.. 0 "- aft U1 years :9
J- -: res o iere- e
:7 thee do. .r3 airants. -- athave r repatedly stated that fair- Master Edwin Reardon. son of "Y.. (&*(Sam ) l hsiUWi~y m OI&k ^ T.
_S ne_ and -justce were the prime mo-(oala m5r came near being crc- e way. I P0med."-Dorfbmr- S : ; t
.i...w-n--t ra.- ol. -W i. ti- e for the investigation into the it- i the c ustom ot b"r.r. _- -
L-j-r-ErLIpr t- -I c dwin and his brother, rr-vine to have .-. .._- IIi::I:_I" -_:_: _
-be ad_ it thaA hU woh l I wb e.Wei i -- .hat-- is.e p- everyay-ndaymoI-ring with U... '
S.S^^^ S^^^'atre Wt iso:cef d let that be say ^ ^ w^*-*boft- bte a cotwkmr* i^S:^:: ::: ;-
their fat-e"r.- Last Sunday he was too,- d"*. up a _. uIW-gentleMo.n --I._Linen 0-.. _- .- U
r mibdl inulldihedpar ^y, hut adds done *though the heavens alL-Pe dsfc and fcAtgr d os t o ake a fi Pe np the r. < iaidri> _____. .___
S w to Ut tU-- -ein e olaT tiha- tired anTd irte bon to make a -firee. in the spa_ i5_ __._P air_4d_ .'. .
fs tte r a str-aw _ _. and let him sleep. In a little while he *1I have." was the response froa lPiri o
.. a.. l___-i hii acon- The Woman's Chrinstian Temperance was startled from his siaumbers by the jw4D A e . Se a_ i... r....... -. .'
trt-teoloth ateings mon o i i o in session in boys crying fire and saw the lad r"sh- -' I Wh-- LW' :-e "_:^- I --i--
ad la NA ih.r which fill ,tbe a&r froAm|,M . y. iIt n o w --j- --" .. -
r-t-e -s --W-th ot .of th g d 1a Tonvie -_It is largel 'y attended. ing toward him with his night shirt m-p-,:-:.:: - -
ta r4d papr w and tat en others -- --- fadlw. Mr.h Reero madeha leap ot vide -Visitor. rIoma ie- .. -I--"- MT. S _S
tois wamrep-eiare M, killing off one siP fw Th^ of one to Tach the flaming garment of _____ Ing a
ereI -th IIn redehmiten a sa te We offerne-e hundred dollars reward I chld a m th e flames. In t e n nteinga room w-..N ot .r',.|- ...
-B .- ttrepuble n. It. U.... f ," ca m o Tatrrh that_ ws _be__ _ __ __ t t -
--e th-a Vo-l, r w n b C hed-- er- c ea -rr-hh= Md w od oi csohe nhn .be.to-the loo. r. eWith anl--t a 1 3 T E .I, .goAlt. o.and. .

-- -Ia m o& I w.o talks bar- ee e fa per y C r br iau r do- s he ained his fee y. made a grab -e -_ o I h bI1d III II b I1 I ia ,t

....-- .-. .--.-- : .- s-ib~xe r' to~o~s d fiaae -- -- --- -! M^^_^__^ ^,^.^ V._ .7, U_.,. 111 NI: V V I II II j Ar.<^g-g-^-.=
--T .. he m ...... -- _. t c.EYb c .for th y s b shirt. and oe it'-e dswha.reinvte s Tef.i.t J
_____,____ __ Wei y herf . .. -oi wod have k owwn Dr. ,.. from his: body. The boy. burned and lask sod to.

...l^^^ nB.S^, thI VF^ T e .. .. ew Dbeovey .snow ^ value, ad r .... .b .^ .. F fuH.: s i m.=1W r. .
I -Irrin Trn Doil n i t *r g*i= ,r ei.e -o o _. A.&.ISG, .l3-4, ... . -' -- -- r-: Tb- u ori fdtrca- .
___ __ __... .. ..' waJ for tpe lat 1'--Jb rf ortd t r 1who hae tg haie yOW te o-. & .I-. ma v -- ,_ -.M-- --h. -
N..- et n o-ty awt o. - . . .. g .. d C bh _h orb n v y d
"SihI lto. caTourt A .. -P.TfodrnWk-a.0ft Free. Monee i. k -..aef om1 8. -at whic
IT111, 1mil-C=-ank w ~ i th t bestOe rwarebe ct- D. Leobliand Roan- madPe J
waertht s ine, orwih heIbi-tbeir fOr=.1Thewe who have nu-ed -Dr MKin9*3 41 1 I vd
ter . ... m~ ead~ &V t a & TKAu'x, W-- -oesale te Dru.---____....._ ._- e. Of ink etrqi"n a o i lght a

m-fro m t-is& -o w-.. S l -ait for Op-o Mm tw h -.a e ""- now -h..e o- ;.-- -- --
VM ^^S^B ^ ^ -----M Y. -e24-e
to tam nor ttr
-.gl-t uh thhyf W duz- T, -rey to try it Free& o-Call on he i s S t VewIL
o X-ther. Every H & aItA I'si 1hC am istaken ilter- advertised Druggist and Ata a Tria


-_ -.our ne E -i ,i -ri ti... . .. o -.^^ .- e o -0:---. --l .---- -, -I* hei ~ S a ^ W wj lly. aTh in e di-rect l up a he l di ... ."o -4--e "hie "ha td .... ..m .anung :r t fi
Ift a" w i. -'Oreageplmb

i s te b ll a far_ :- NeS- t. Hi B lea n. & C aaom, : aid- I ^T- i" ta n ea v M f. _i"S W
ft b Ii M r" on -3 ^ rnuta- a T ua u f e % t hm tri-,hei e -t s o
.T~ioi6sent-free.Price-5. pr:,1~i e~~
-hisboztle.-sold by ai.l 4ruggLW go.~ and get a wsanple box of Dr- Kingts -Pow_________
evryMan Xt 4c~p ~[ad ~f- ~a
itLifell bu Fd -as welloas-a -copy
*0 4p i = Met itW1 ti i- -..I i- pn*

--- r'ii lw or.M-R- order. t : oT ex- -f 0Is tha -a m lribe a is- eI adtor. ofe- afw ihia ga- Slenpilos adre sz et o s Iioxiuiet H e MAtRSa REX FroshoS itu-
liha ih o*" "ltaha d oor aft er t th ose | 0fd oG p-hc&, &s etet e od hich. i fa n:thing nate w alln drugstoe boxs 3a t ica-A K f~eivng l^ srcf t n ?ew Jlde Piis A rmi.> finii MI~uae sa ccan irnr f
M-- a'- -inhde--- b. -.. ea.. ToI Bk Co-. sy t P- .S".CP^ R e ri a l n_ :e"a- _c & d_ -. I fiu -. a g,^ 1

::-:: :.: ,y w-hatsti _neu boea Mo 1. .. a aa Ia a. ,,w a eidtoia. .e.Sa e.. jr t-.ria ad u i .----- th -i-.-. .e- "- r.-''yi "
w~nhat M~bi-b.W th ood pt..' i"- Ti rti. thEY N*ll C^'tZ4'h Reind trei "* ^ed ani ore it bc~atlstO 21 5a~sbi T~ are !^m. I~ mltu o. 1*Aito ^ S "^
mft-~~tba I re t iawa of wetfi5e O-that. lber"it I 0 h n StSC J781 RL5~S YT1O~?5to H uley aen S~n i.hKIS
&Awbe-ore, aje3 opayd gelWh S Lau le Iv Pi~b ~ TAI f


edoorofter eh& bif oi m p b hw a co u or cold. I gusrasn ted Io bl i"fw1j fre from rAj by W. C.. WaAae, Ge i lat l B1
S--..nhin .I -live Ba n as u i j r for- *a Tsen d and obmAwei us- ; ye ~uvats bl advis the. to get f. c r diekY 'iOa .3ietaace -.d t _-e - - --
i -hr ,d mal G
It -wh- hat :m e Otli t ()r W 1,1-C vno tm 4 _ _ __ts


tto tth wh hTO n l***ut ~ed~ter~l~t h- medicie ere- -$ bainsteretft C4*ffh Itexwey: aadips~ vy *'egeTa-' d-i-ol ne~lcea -ti-- -- -
A4 -li -ad -iree p -a nd- -- e th k "n .i h n --- e i ; r I
: w l .. .- .
sw-Mb"U be.ab-w s lPal'ta one**t y^. Wll eiyizee. FoerU ft- Irv f aa a t
relor-L'l arge ia"*Ie a 0 1nd iAraxnb i^^Ii ___ __ me" -___|
l^^i^'.^^^Fr^^'^^J~f ^: '^rlY ator^> athe ^^f*- szr W entire -amr k Ertft *Ak^ed |ts pm$vd Uizrluahi* ^ T .tr- we ^a '>**'**'cp "'i^*an*


keat. GEO:W. 11Y*E, V ri

National Bank


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t, im f .a~ s IIm -- ._MEK~
dmmlfaafioTCorp~ima 06L. interea an* I *"y a Ite
IL Wt. TATIAMC. ACD ihT.


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LIUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
H PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,
DUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAMS.
UICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
Iff AN'D i-r. 'ORmT AND WrT.

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i Btefy. Lim* r- All Tvp^Mm ftiaiy. ans Niw*
c..aP 1 pes I pm esrUft.5reOtifr~h 46sxaIPs? B "
anbel.- 7 3 b. ta'it _..I :.- -
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formation, apply to any Agent of tits great Ra"way
System, or its counectons.



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.1g ma the w, Vog- h agy-ea to a. _--o W!*ten I.-- i- - -_ -, - | --- "
t-a w-h enteredlKe- reualo-_pt_ _-a I .tes .ttTf forty- I.+
[ t- a-' de y-f m -r-r- -et--h-_.---Iieyears asn stAped the '- "- ------
to~~M 1 flbels. Ofa toldg t efyof w rk h e i
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hte aeeme^ a depi tey Powel ae doing ga Kg
SI I .THE BES Aa" 1
.+- f 4 ^ e B & A .... -_ .--l ~ y .. .-.+-------- --m o m .my ~e -' - .
-:.-es a- eatas "ed~y -- +m m a ~ mm m 5te dafreot oido ainf eT "^~ ~ lE .- -. -. .. - .-
memi amaiduI ,eadee. i lw ont rsr loigte and there is a guarantee with AI& hlse, 2S
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th- Imu .- hs ot-bt. We carr table curlery in - b ig
.---. =_ - -, BB co rr~ B ^ &i ha ~ ...te~ .e .xrian m.h -- jI T- - e caryt .ai c .er .... &4 lf
ea fe-i+rat, lmeai ando ins eea ini- uc R I silver asd low pricd Is ssed gd. --- H1BU
Bem ati pbojfsd O sdo not haiht go f sees! _-
. .. .... < -- ..ai... i.... i I .S- .. . "- A ls a co m p le tea a sso rt m e nto-
1_. <- _- .-.+'" v: --99 -SU .. lV a j~ 18 10 be Killed . -- I I igaga ,m ---rn {l -- _j --~.--_ '- -- + .' _ -
S.fear i faig i a -g rolling, rail p ttin- and g-._M q -.5_SA. Tin and Agate ware. an



loteoiig 7 eifa preparatiortnI& p1ltingcor Buisb
"-- .... O B SYI_; (UD f +.. . .--_ -D ./ -- .I. .I ".. country, an gongto more0
--- .' r> i ._ ) n i1! *** .. m : ei., " -. *, -* "& - :i e '' '~ "^ " - .
.n t.jux--,k, to. thee dst i an r .. . ... ,- . ..- .:-there` F1 Q.e of the eart is T e Leadi
Thill e p -etysaolvei-n-th o rldefomcse _o_ ___ea_ _ _ "_I._ LESVILLE OPERA HOSE tests in which they areeno





_- ... .s.X - .W,, alAt rYle.. ..... . _x SAT RDAX. FEB. 2t- - -
iKMr inIIarcti_ for tea a r-ses acres lchapped ers, Ia-rhes, .- -E------ B. ---_ TIE CONSTITUTION I
a "hWhil a c-imlans,.cor in skiin _p Mr.. J .- Kir. y HI hhIs Mimnie Mr.X Frank Jo1eS "r-ai.cr NEWSpo.en






t^ Were nbriae He matheref i--ret n Stin plofex- pay require. tistm guarantee to give|- ,-eb.-.-Capt.A. U. And his Excellent Company in the t .retpri mcfe $ the dea
-..i.....a rve perfet-.. i--ley refnde.--.learywasve. k ray, bu Rustic Comedy Entitled te P ryer.








Priere25 C8Ut peixwbox 7pb W^^^ C' s~ ale b~y Arglad to say he is up again. (l^..5THE GREAT SOUTITER?
to t e-atallri-.-SgwY. k __,_ Mayor Hearn-A n P. Nipper left '. {J U r -he. opin" .and -.rve
t- M S TACO-= flA(iPPEIG. Tuesday for a fw days'outinginla- "-








L- - :" : -: '' -- -; Fayettecounty. ., I^Cou ntry AN ENLARGEXEST OF
-- '-^ --. .-.._g -eapie yysouting Mrs. Tyler of Orangeburg, SC., a cl I~lY uponits Space for ne
P 5 -_l_ S t S ? a- r WIFb- aK.e. visiting her da-r Mrs. "cD. EasA - .X









mi Iheale.^ i ^^^^ C o un k$ --w a --AO A eln uher .*1 a e ou n,
------ mid-mr ,- ,- y.. 0 i II fl -in -.-" --In-.."









th-- _., F-ter Jfpie h ia fish fry oon Wabr lake On A number of young folks of this U -to g f IIITf P
-te Waflthe 2st inst., which was highly en- place isited Forest Grove Sunday. Presenting a Tr.e Picture of City "ad T. E OSTTI- S A _i
1- -- it the er -- oyed by all present. -We now havea dancing school, with Country Lia-. L -l ran gi -- -' --









vhioc I'-- -- i :- to tO #Iemf with great very ightin this-section -We had quite a wedding Thursday. "
^~' int "^ St. 7?13015. Several carloads of cabbage have Contracting parties were Mr. J. IL M. SONGS, I)ACES AN are all under able direction and a
S- beeu shipped friom here and heavy Krby, son of T. M. Kirby, and Miss MUSICAI .SPECIALTIES are a dressed.










. .-- ir sh"- i pen-. .. will he. .mad -. Minnie olt, daughter of our towns- All Up to Date! Under the editorial manage
.---t +.W oleitS to bi-- Was-brth y wao r m Joel olt. Bth rtie arewe witrs ofsuch world-wide repuw
-m-:- d m-c-c.a- in a p . by the Pine sland school. The pro- -known here and highly respected by REALISTIC SCESIC AXD ME- Joel Chandler Hams, Betsy E
e--:-e:- utiedfe priat Theescyci- wrasm iarrieotn eve all. We extend congratulations. C.LIAICAL EFFECTS " service from such writers as Bill
Baila- ep. m ted.at-th_.niatepref.iof was Biely earl'- o_- -Tim ley, Esq., officiated. ____._ S and others, who give its liter
-Iatiem. deb F.T. Baerof Hathornspent-a Wlfe othes are namin their. Ca and play first-debs in every very fireside mVirga to
Sdwy and Snday with his daughter, ce for candidates we would like fo rep.. Rcutrsprieo admisson.
-i"= - l ~m--_ -aluc axe _&a P Ubhh Z r. Scarbr~ough, onWautburglake._ me t~iontename. _of C.-T. Cheve of Sets onsale at lell,+:book store.+ - ) T A----
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gn^ri~or i T.K^ ^^r dynight. All ae invited to attend. Chewes is -a democrat dyed in the wool ntrutui a niiir n n an ^ TIt^ rtli_.
_:+-.-:-1 Som>ecaullowr hM been shipped andhisehara ter is without a bselv- ii -LNES OPERh HOt U CsteEs.
S LSeo X .LI wte s eIc--let -nd the setnrns hve bee Tvery sts- We will take the Mcs ftr the -1 1lot becme their waster.
p:bo in Latin a nd Italian, am h- legtslatre and H. M. Tillis for sheriff. In nTIME CB-m) fv nv s By special arrangementt the F
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.- c --u-i-~a- t yo r-h.im ftin e poi -cm noanos here._ _- Lv6 r2p.. Cankons Jos..Ar l 6 lp
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--- 5 '(A6 Qte. ao f -P .'^Rev. Mr. Roberts preached a very 9 ,fi X Sd S re.
he C. society and tei fo a a og- l 9 10 11 12 i 13 14 15 I
-S- rtitl "to Gen. B ey's covic l aSt :tion in the Methodist church last ,.
S- sl -^San"o 1611718 19 20 '21 22_
'A _antfl thet -am a Tep --t-b_--c----.-- --i--- -- I -
ba zed~ fytoyhttennSiVCe inyrpr h oqcSa Reuben Blaokwelder is the happY -
1wlba M_ hgt IA96i webt to thi very attentive listeneirs and. seemingyfahroafneey II -
- wee mnchite We 23 g4 25 26 27128 l29 t Eed
gt BB haincl .rfteUn r toen-y Mr. BOgw llir o l tona candidate NOTICE: TO DEBTORS AND CRZDMFh-- t ed
.... y of --g ... e tate. l es xu san a
9 o for the democratic nomination for the Crort. iaesirltean aU er-
YMn -m A? i l- J _] fore part of the week visitiIng Rev. .legislature. for l having ny elims or demands t Wed
JEkuns 4b,&: It- b"d biesn chai to th saeaX 0. Cosby. 4eceasedare
Smithnd faily. Tuesdayafter- We want C . by notified to ntnd -l, such clam or
noon:- _-"___=-,_ -.---_- -adh ues .. . -vernor. -. slgne orwith the county judge of Alachua an
-,- ---- -C- Ltedr Key -0n a khig trip. They Mr.-.- Bailey a Cand "e. conty, Florida, within one year from the
" -' -- --- " " " -" -- B >rnFrid r- c-- - - _ .- .ab stionof hts ttee or the- .me _ _.._,_-
B I O the- plu for the new w retrn riyorSatray. EMTOZB SUN: Inquiries have bee llb plead edin bar of sueh eldmor de- --
7iiuim that he to bve^ metrL B. Hodgson went to Cedar Key RMdofueasto whether I would In all tesos indebted to id estae Weeat vbody -
b._-thfe..._ CP. Ld -o. Mc" eouftyat the next election. I wish tb- ..... -- 0-'-- eWeTder Teer MeasU mn THE
A d m n i t r t o o f h i sa t W e T Me

-man.y kto i ro^m acks o.vil where 1, p-.- thtI wie, a tax.colthellc pport of RBHn H -h -n s .i ,
benat"t--d do -ter.I -- T=I'..- C pti _T. 1, .osp Wectfully, 111 I in r i llll-l T Lamb, Mof r o .
tthk ualoount0 B. B-uE. n Wiws eaas- Sae0wit AK5ri
ali ray U
... B pr-ted the a".teet- -s.. Ibley and M a ter John G aI nes vile, Fe b -. 6 M U A0 be ef-c hoic."te "c #h. N -
"T-__-somop. oi+e_1hedi-_ %_-._--<---. -. I "t---o -- .. +K hS u" "" . ,, --
"U-r-o-m-r M-0-m le have eturned to their home hIn Wood-| -- NRI And Ice..-I of

-.---- : ;-- ._ C.B i BM Thlere will be a eetjng at uisin .- -- e Lo .,--u.t_ .- Q ,o ,
w a --- mx prhe otdt. f Mrsa Wt. Ho. .Powell, wiT"_ wtom A.-. Sun a.l nightt at o. Al citizenP M BALM E R IF[._- c Via c
c, te*^t isqut.he thiNg Bow. hs pedig wzur ware-nvted to partiipatte. Candidates Strylebe^,A5 jus e webs
.9~~~eol tagsi -th peole inmeally T e


We make*^^^ th IiiW Ma^js~ Stewart ha sota im- fomuicimM ofie a e oia- WHoLUSA Ln ^^ ^^ *^ miibtne lRi~A
- ow -ft -." . I- BhlM tol bealeto WM. -EC, chairman. j. m,,ntt m ..
L. "b A" o John '


S3M haveltte -eturnsd to s h & CoffinsCasketsFRitueat M D E & CO
rm iftim fir the krtat hft I Last Saturday being the To and from the postoffice at Gaines-1 _ _ _-_
_ ftai_ th bva l in tin Carp7t Etc. B( o14t--* + a Ri-i
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-^ Ce and candied an W nortat 10:15na.im. and 5:4i p. mi.:j daAs o ln 0mlh
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man pi fPDWiU fOd-- orthon ]R Mlea Vffs atS be5 1pm isouth of0.XA c1"D anI Awil e



gniah -t lw -r ,- .. Sp gs leawv at 6:L a. mi. ,ail and t b & ler ph orders wi -.. .... i
-=--- .-l -_ w in W t -mY happy retrn_.. D..ily-ecept Sondays. .- ve prompt attention. "-r n t 0 Tllllill- +e
tU glBeimfrbQmorbytheLotot Ml Lou Hughes ad her sister, Florda Southiern Raih-imi-South I We~ s *01fxc -^ ^ - ^ e 4- jn~ atr to be In"


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thet- SaMtr d- Bayla .. a. bigm. -fo.: fro ah orth arri e at A i..r. _. FGans.
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A. <... > s.n ** ui~M *" l Ma4..*i eaves at lW^) a. as-: south bound.. Iro s!udofystor>' bt
*1-th. IS0iSEB' nde theMmSa ut arrT e at l2:lp. m. from the Untih : j 1 be I
tfe^~~~~~ ~ t 12:13r~y~ a in.tyawee^ fe ~~wtwr~Kp: from the noth.Ja j l^KSQ~IV t I iP jusy~r^.tt a.< ga.u
_,__ ^^^,^^.^_^-^.-- *of- i- t 3. IL an M is U b t 1130 a. -. <1, - I p I t I liquu.. |or 1cm B -aa -d +
-''- -" "l -pr BOWS."' a a ld wu b1. OIn of th- ,-i-e_ille and Guf:flr"ilr --d-Ta-- "" -
wen of hi. the l:4.i- i w bc a_
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w -ns- the -mo- block ar-ived in. . SOLD . .
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a rq` AI)GUARANTEE A FIT, W IIUSIES BIliUORY
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goods -at a great advantage
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)P, .. t ations in shapes, ladies'. and
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