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: March 24, 1896
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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daily
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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: VID01837
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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SGAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH


SSouthern. Pacific roads. -"

.SHOW YOUR-. TAX RECEIPT.
- Decisoia of te Spreae Couft of -TM.
NA s* ee in an Ulectiosass .
NASHVILLE March 23.'-Thesumirprme


2 1896


S"BROW(N IN HARD LUCK.

I ev oemmtrow on Foot6 td ;epos th
e..te-. rac-co ome.. ,
SA N FPA3 0 O, Marchs23.-Unde
terred- by the character of; the finding
of the initerial'couacil, the pposi.
tion to the Gev. Dr. 0.. :Brown has
Started anew an .effo* ta .eposee the
pastor of ..the First- .ona]
r church. A meeting of-the parishioners
Sopposed- to. Brown Sa held-riday
. ight. Plans were dis ed for secur-
ing a petition to ask -r. Brown to re-
1gn.
Avotewastaken :ou th-Sggestion
that.Dr. Brown should leve the -minis-
try. One of the.memnbers esaid.that he
"did not believe in sending a -pestifer-
Sous ship to a clean port.
Mrs. Cooper made a speechi-.in behalf
Sof the Bir- C Ongregational church and
spoke of the work it had cdone in the
field of Christianity, -but she thought
t that a great slur had been -placed upon
it by the manner in wichw the people
received Dr. Brown -.on Wednesday
night. She said she did .not believe
They had done the propeti"ng.
SAs -the object f tth meeting was to
act for the best welfare of the church,
those present decided that it would be
judicious to take-theepinion of as many
of the c.urchmen. as psible in.. regard
ito Dr: Brown.
The meeting was resolved into a com-
mittee of the whole to And out the geun-
eral opinionn that exists in the church
regarding Dr. Brown.
RICE REARRESTED.
He Ha Just FuPdiedaTerm ForCoiunter-
feltingc-Will Now Be Tried ForMurder.
NEW YoRK, March, 2.-The ,erald
says: .. "
J. W. .De Armond, _alias Chares
e, who has just completed a term of
two years and si.x months' imprison-
ment i- i. Kings county penitentiary,
Brooklyn, for counterfeiting, has- been
rearrested at that prison on. a charge of
murder.
"De Armond. who went by the naLme
of Rice when convicted of counterfeit-
ing before the United States .court at
Shreveport, La., Was received at the
Crow Hill penitentiary- on Aug. 81894.
He gave his age as 24 years and his oc-
cupation as a farmer.
The second arrest of De. Armond, or
Rice, was on a warrantissued by United
States Commissioner Mtrle; at the re-
quest of United States assistant attor-
ney Boy.: He is held on a requisition
from the district attorney Par
Tex, under _an indictment found on
May 26, 188J, by ,the,. Uited States
grand jury for the easteuradistrict of
that state for being concerned with
others in the murder of EdwardHowell,
a wealthy cattle dealer..
"'The warrant was executed by Dep-
uty MXarshals McM.anus and Koch.
Ar~ftoo bht8t Acm'Ab^~m Was.D
edgeof the charge; fu "..
,GOING .TO_-CAL ORNIMA.
SIt Is Rumored Depmew and vanderbt Wi
Purchase the Uaion and Central P""ilo.
SAN FRANCzSCO, March 2,--Colonel
C. F. Orocker of the Southern Paific
has received a telegram f=om Chauncey
M_ Depew stating that Mr. Vanderbilt
and he are coming to California. They
will be in New Orleans Monday and
will start immediately for a -
cisco. Colonel Crocker has arranged to
meet them at Los Angeles. -
The visit ;of Depew and Vanderbilt to
California, together with the fact that
J. B. Duteher, one of the directors of
the New York Central,.and Daniel- B.
McCoy, one of the o ,cers of that road.
are already .here, has caused consider-
able gossip as to whether or not the trip
is one of business or pleasure. The visit
of Vanderbilt and Depew is regarded as
tending to confirm the stories that they
intended to buy the Central and Union
Pacific railroads in case the government
should foreclose.
Colonel Orocker says that so far as he
knows Vanderbilt and Depew are sim-
ply on pleasure bent. They will spend.
a few day. in Southern California and
will return east over the Central and


Sort has delivered 0anopi in-whichI n iy ben4thted, woundedWs i tre
S .".-o .. iwhom we .hope to ave. I believe my
it sustained Ithe validity .of the law be
compelling a man to show hi poll tax crowned with s..ccess. I belive my
receipt. In v.iew of the t the "y io bea red C army for the
!comitteeofovernior'eet wrld.It'aWOWdsieWtothe
Sle threw out tho muond of w ded andit w l eveextend aid to
voes where oe were. no-- .ele woai.tea .: ie. :...... : .1
to show receipts, this decisomis of Weat -
Tecase came up fromn Wayne ijanos, MaRih -883-The venterable
oouuty. H. U M Gwasi Idicte4toril'
-. voting in an election for jus.t of Go -e .. a.--o, aha
tepace in Ctober La. The oae untno .sdad-aged1rs. In
was tnat he voted without exhibiting to 88 a. a.reaultofacaedo pruachiag
the judae a tsfactmy evide at he od doctr brought aist h
ha hit tax; tha"t he'dd ot *tI bjv Dipe, -o of- Bath and
pment theorgialieeit r erifed'Wls w<^ DeniW whom then ex-
o,. ao rficaIte tat he ohpaid imi I. .... .

.=y .i _*...._ .- I hd h .^ **Tlw "elR anw"w c &^y
meatk wtand t the btpn Ieo. anwda .E a
lost o mtials his.. macspS l~re "ired I -+"d h ... three:-: . m-- us --7-
is on 6"-- .. --h.a.d m
: -.x .._.b ... . .. .. .. |.. lbn- p m-h, th
by law,.TeEai nat." bh-b

that this was ervoeooan d the mae is a weoe t %vma~on account of matter6conta tbed i j

Eis..riitsdi fciwivattcMB of al hs parefearineaate This
S tM^ .. .... sntn ... . how rwa s a.-i '-
SMa .- appe" to the cut of hlAo oA-
Stadard pubiao daupae .-B Jo- patof .w
hnebw. Mybing that Se Dier' .s
Nmeof pW smw thtMr. o S uPS*aOS yit.
Joap Hamrin H.mxK m te A ow ei- POrnoX. A T.. Marc 3.-- the
ginm and MjmbWof thereforCm o i e nd
miee on t Wrial repudiates ltterm ,, .
w h ich ha.e peered Amancm .OO .. a ,azn .. W. f. _a
oe^ta ?* in*> it n Mx fr 11 aad others, the fivmw ba- o~fbtasined a
him and. tan of the reif momtose vsud-wp a Urnt wtia. aa appeni to
prisonrs. It i added thta mfre out- the smesluea cour of tbi Umte4 tstatee
CTry being rai IM dia 4Si the SallgeW "da has perflted thin ?i by ffls a
1AmwsfeiVKiamun of tie Read, by thtff bTLhund f v. T o. We'.
u-Rzinig agaes woI .ha I
adriptod lihe shraod o plraffu B- ola R-waaal. oni %bMsa^ eY-r a nil'
ekinery rderisti the Ultnd- San l dolihre hto bmm -pentad 0hae
stl of in Ezianxd. It is painful ott fial isle attnsg ci~f theuj~
thst direct it htliE mi ulau -CO- wmm to hae taken pie' Monayr
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;IBooths MNew Army to Be Knowrn
as-"The.Voumteers."
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I(GOD AND 4"AXIIOkA" DROFPED

The Commander Made thq Change at the
Surestion or His Friends-Mr. ad M
Booth-Tucker SF For Wok to As-
sume Command of the frce In Amer-
a-Theki Plan&- : :
N -w YoM, March 2.-The-name of
Ballingto -Booth's new religion organ-
ization has be.n changed from -God.
Ameriean Voluntee-s," to ".The V-ob-.
teers." Mr. Booth, itis'said, decadedtW
drop the words "God" and "Aiemican"
from the name at the suggestion of
friends '*\ '-'. .' _: -:
R. G. Martz, who published The War
Cry until ..last week is to assume charge
of the offial organ o "The :olM-
teems." A nae for thepbtilication hias
not as yet been agreed upon.
.The Booth-Tucker Sai for New Tork.

LODON.w March 2o-There was a
large gathering of members of the Sl-
vatin Army at Waterwoo railway sta-
tion to bid faewel -to Mr. and Mrs.
Boot-Tucker, who Hailed for ie- York
from Southampton by .the. A.merican
line steamship St. Louis m order toi as-
sume command d? "-thle forces" therf
The crowd of Savationisteo oweryer,
were wholly;composed of officers.
At 9 o'clock Mr., and Mr- Booth-
Tucker, with their two children and
Major Milan ad Sister Felice, of the
Italian Salvation Army, who are accom-
panying the Booth-Tuckers to the
United States, arrived at the r airoi
station and were- warmly greeted by.






a womby greeted ...
their fellow workers.
C ommander Booth-Tue.er, in =i in-
terview at -the: station-, sa-id:
"Or p~~lan, primarily, is this: We-
hope to induce -Ballington Booth: tore-
turn to the fold and will make him mUst
liberal offers. Failing this, we have a
great belief, in the efficacy of prayer
and shall labor with him in a prayerul
spirit. We have great hope in his sis-
ter's influence, as he is very fond of her
and she mny prevail' with hi- and -in
duce him- to come back to the general's
side. Should he continue obdurate I do
not believe it will greatly affect the
army in America."
Mrs. Booth-Tucker, who~is} a tall, at-,
tractive *woman,1 it large gray eyeso
and who speaks in & softly moduatei
"I shall try to indue my brother and
Bister to remain with the rest of the


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s of his friends on -his acquittal.
Four Bonlers Explode as One.
Trt Pa., March. 23 .-A
st of four boilers at the Algonquin
ker, -Miners' mills,- Pa., exploded
Sbbilers were thrown in alf dire*-
S. two of them being found a quar-
of a mile away. No one wa killed.
ouh .the engineer barely- escaped
i his life. The force of the explo-i
. was felt for miles, and the most
use excitement prevailed until the
t of the damage was known.
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Weekly Beak StatemeaeL
Ew YORK, March 23.-The weekly
statement shows the following
R:eser ve, decrease, L,406, 150;
-increase, .99,400; specie, do.
se, $2,.,80 ; legal tendersdecre'sae,
,200; deposits, increase, -t,751,T; .
tio. decrease,. 600. The
L- now hold $19,042,675 in excess of
u irementi of the2. per ent rue.

MLESTON, a 23.-The High-
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well lB Lamar, wa destroyed
incendiary fire. -A numbe of
Sperished ian-the ame and tmny
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I FIGHTING IN CUBA.
Two. Battles reported, Xin oth of Whie
the Issrgeuts Were fated. -
i HAVASA, March 2.3.-Ueutenant ol-i
onel Francis. in operating against Caya-
jabos, province of Pinar del Rio, fiRst
opened fired with hi artillery upon the
Asurgents' position and then charged
with the bayonet and dislodged the
nemy, who left 14 killed and reti-red
th ma wounded. Thirty-six horses,
Singing to the. insurgents, were also
killed. The troops lost seven men killed
and had three officers and 44 privates
wounded.
The columns of troops commanded by
Peneral Linares and Colonels Sares ,
Inclan,: Sanchez and Ehavarria, ar-
rived in the vicinity of Cayajabos after
the fighting was over.
1 Major Sirageda, reconnoitering in the
iinity of Managua, this province, en-
aged the insurgents at MenocaL They
were accompanied by .Lastra and were
men who had recentlyjointed the cause
4f the insurrection. The insurgents left
seven killed on -the field.
WILL BE. NO CHANGE.
1 'e Northern Pacific R1&Jroad to Remain
In the Hands of receiver Barleigh.
PORTLAND, Or., March 23 -Several
weeks ago United States Judges Gilbert
and Hanford de ed anapplication
made on the: strength of a quasi decis-.
in by four judges of the supreme court
to remove Receiver Burleigh of the
Northern Pacific railroad,. and to give
the eastern .receivers control of- the
Swhole line, it .was stated that Judge
Field could- come out here, and, sitting
ii court with them. remove Mr. Bur-
leigh and appoint the eastern receivers.
it islearined on sood authority that
an application was not long since made
t- Judge Field to exercise his authority
and to relieve Mr. Burleigh aand put the
whole line of the Northern Pacific in
t hands of the eastern receivers, and
t he declined to do so, intimating -
.t.he present arzmngement was sat- -
i.ctory. -.
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sickness are notdae to any actual d- -
ease, but simply to a cotpatedcoodi .
tiPn of the system which the pleasant
family lxai lyrnpo !,prmt
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everywhere esteemedsohlybal-
who value go health. Itsm el
effects are tote act, thwith
one remedy wihprboi.Afteinternal
cleanliness without debilitat the-
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e YoungA ene-.eau ot GUity of the
.eriua* Crime Charged. ..
EVAsmlNTON, March 23.-The m in
case of B-aJ.inin H. Mialiken, the
uesseean, for- several yeas the prL -
esecretary of Senator Harris, whose.
i on charges of housebreaking with
ent to commit rape on Miss Gertrude
flips, daughter of ex-Solicitor Gen-
SPhillips, has been a topic of ab-
bing interest .in Washington this
k, at 10 o'dock notified Judge Cole
t they had been unable to reach an
eement. ""
udge GOle announced that he would,
in readiness to receive their verdict
time during the day up.to 8 -o'lock.
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M. Botuh-cer wm-askedI ifshe
had ry cent intimation which would:
tend to indicate that Balli.gton Booth
was likely to reconsider his action, and
she replied: .
. "Unfortately, o. It itiard, how-
ever, topleadwit: any one when sepa-
rated by 8.,000 miles of. ocean." -
Shortly before the train left Waterloo
station, General Booth arrived, entered
the .carriage in which Mr. and Mrs.
Booth-Tucker were seated.k and co-
versed earnestly with his anger. .
As the train started-all the Salvation-
Ist removed their hats and shouted
"Victory! Victory!"
.The general kissed both his son and
daughter- and sprang upon the platform
'The he formed his ads into a trum--
pet and shouted:
Remember my message to Amer-
The general thecorse f an in-
terview after the departureof the Booth-
Tuckers for Southampton. remarked::
S"My message to Ameri, ia i pe
one-.-Peace and good wiL''
When he was asked if he thought Bal-
lingto Booth would return to the army
headed by himself, the general replied:- .I
"I am. absolutely confident tat he
w ffl ." '. - : ."* -'/ t +. ***- *
The generalwaa then asked why he
was so onfident and he answeredd:
"On o0u4tm of my Ifyayes
"Wfil the sput affect yourjplan was
the next question.
"No," replied the general, "my army
isconstantly increasing in power. Amer-
ica As a great country, but there a


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Inst cp u y, deliver' red by carrier in
lta e e itied ay par-of the -.United
j*&ft rln- led to -.-
s pastage.ree, fore45Aa a year, $2Oix
mmostsim hree month&. or weentsfor five
wee s-astrM!ieel Znadvanote.
R8^inU fnlieea iceal CuttMtii- tf ceflto a
a -=eeah and ever insertion- .
ratm fwr displayed afdveriasen.ts made
kowa 00 Ao ea .... ._.c- ..O
TaE W ERELV. sCN b** eiit** 01 A-i1m
6. fix- gu*, is: ans-page 4-coluaB psper,
pubasedewryThursylay, and contains all
tbe*aewu^f the week. Ldeai, state rand Gen-
enL It is1hel besi -wet-kly paper published
in Florida. andwil.1be imailet, postage Tree,
to sy parteftheUaited States or Canada
i S- a vear-I n alvanee--
- firt appea&r l adverUment- nnless
.&we s Lipuiaet in coutracwt. Parties not
kasButoa swillbe required to pay for ad-
er iTz -a A8vuee- -
-- e _-or registered letter. address
^ :^ THE SUN.,


STAT


._. q AIi iEo *- r ...ai ....

T. B. Mcintyre, of Sanibel Island,
near Ft Myersl recently sold his crop3
of tomatoes, e-osisting of- less than
five, acres, at $125 per crate, netting
"* him just $576-

The Kej West Equator Daily Dem-
o tera has been enlarged to seven cal
-ans and, otherwise- improved-. It
enterprikung editor-and proprietor is
bo7im-Lta> keep abreast of the times.

;J^''* MeB s nomination for the ppres
ide1ey seeas to be a forUgone conciii
a Es. The geat mass of the republi
l ararty are- for him, while the
would-be oos-es of the party am'


I-ItU nqported that Miss Ruth Ste
vemoa, daughter of the vice-presiden
lb theKTi adStates% and Martin Bar
din ul. ^*: eaxGoveruorWat Hardiv
o f. E niek, are tobe married earI
EhissumnIer, probably itt Jiue.

--At W1a&ington, on Saturday, th
r jury ihe casedo Benjamin Harriso
S Miiken, charged with horse-breakin
witk.&iteai .to commit assault upo
G^tud3B tBe danghte of esx-Solioito
me F. P^f^ JhilliOps iende"ed a verdi<
1 norO guilt. The verdict was ap
plaudedby the crowd present.

N"owAjs-tetIiet havageneri
CeaniS g up of the streets, alleys, an
Syards of the city-. Kvervthing shou3
-2 p^i~aftwiisagou a saniary onit
S XrEathe City clean am
^ibSulflb itldAsger of Ga$be
vilip tIpug-:Led with any infeetioi
*. dsmease. If thicity isn
ks^ ^ ^ Bt tlthy it will ehe fault of ti
IeqgiBtawi Every citizen ow
j^nWe d u lagb bors to p
m^^ ;y u1B-eiie- health. .


'E BOARD OF rHEAALTH.


The press of Florida is almost unan-
imously opposed to any movement in
the direction of the abolition- of the
state board of health. The Key -West
Advertiser strongly opposes any such
action, and says:-
Who could desire to return to the old
order of things-? Who wishes to see
our ports again blockaded by qarran-
tine restrictions. our commerce demor-
alized and our name besmirched? The
board is doing a splendid work and
these who now would abolish it would
simply be tearing down the scaffolding
from under the feet of the masons and
bury our people under the debris of
the wreck. .
There certainly can be no objection
to the personnel of the board. They
are men who have shown their -fitness
b. their works. There may be others
who would do as well but it is quite
certain -that none could do better.
Some advocate the playing of quarran-
tine matters in the hands of the na-
tional board. This would -be disas-
trous, as it is impossible for our state
to- receive -that close and scrupulous
watchfulness from a national board
_ that it does from a state organization.
SThiere would then grow up a favoritism
r forlcertain ports and certain states that
Should cause a discrimination against
us. Other states are jealous of our
reputation as a health resort, and it
Should be an easy matter for any fiu-
Sture national board to be "influenced"
in their action and expose us to unnec-
essry perils -
SLet the state board alone. It is no1
- any great expense to the state, and the
"-work-it is doing is a magnificent one,
Sand meets with popular.approval.
_, - .____
e-
.. T.ENICARAGt-I-A TROUBLE.

There are too many separate anc
- distinct governments in Central Amer
t ia. It would be far better for tht
- interests of all concerned were all th<
States consolidated- under one head
Y As it is_ conflicting interests clash re
suiting in almost ceaseless revolutions
The revolution in Nicaragua according
e to intelligence received through pri
r vate channels,. is more- serious
1 than the dispatches from that-countr
n would indicate. The strict press. cen
Ssorship established- by President Ze
t lavarenders it ilMpo-ible for news C
1 any character; except what is favor
ble to the government to be- mad
i public- Two facts, -however,- in th
d opinion of those thoroughly familia
With existing conditions seem to -
wall established. First, that Zelaya
id not suppressing the rebellion, and sm
ondly, -that -the Honduran trool
- which arrived in Nicaragua o -ida
at last, as the supposed allies of -Zelayt
ieare quite as likely to aid the rebels n
he to act in concert -with the governor
es e
.,troops.
0- Shrewd observers of political eveni
in Central -America believe that befoi


aM-y in --a l apeaceaane solution is reach
under within a few weeks.

OW^ SW^^ Yevenig.. Another effort-, dtand, -
whiae under being made to cause the -oastbA
i a. He- neat of a rock road fro this city to Nei
-1 0- t Aftehis wife an's lake, a distance of -four or f&
tm wAMIN% goi eastit- ilewi It is proposedd to organize
o ae- stock company, purchase land for
Oklahoma park on the shore- of the lake an
Sli who shaOl have limild -a naeread to it. This enta
praise should succeed- without mw
l l Mif FrOm &ery ustanpoint
'The- 46 jt& s -commendable. It is an improve
116 is ` a rt that has been needed for man
I <etd-akmlthh*Ari weather sets years and one which would- very mr
g:| -g|||^JTqoond^i ,1 cannot teriWaly advanee the Interests of tk
i & ^^ Ia-: N ci- a ha~ odisease ty.. oainevule needs a place. of i
-de, meU A& -u- -art- outside --[ the ciAtylimits, at
7, AbateHt&-He Ithem is no M a ta lace
wgld^: treat deail to &ake the ounty, or perhapa in the state
S aud4 certainly t Newnan's lake. A firs-clasm K
g^ Sliaa roadod it running %tW&a nie park on Ne
^7 15 ItOEsmtesadffitm anuiance oa'3 lake would be a source of bo
to Abbemi&NA 1%tu A te
-ath1 ,l migahboMiood plasure and prkA. The wiycdis"
-n-t lNd Ma^ o eOSecihlly; woiud hail the completl
^1 of the1 aftth- ib l -h a road with deliAht. The ag
_,_ '|o of the eierprise should n
4 0U- -obI that Tampa'% g until the raadis bUilt.
p%^.- -)mmf:caSieM l^ce~e' .in prof~ress. __..- ______ *^
^|-^ T&lli WbWaisO I M Alet is said to reve
^g- and pwgty of Tmpa and t i a ; interesting way in
hw hwhafts r to h number-of letters (written to five 1
G"Wtiegis) whichbare to appear in -0
: wi ^0 a tCity t Ah-1 Lpril Ladies'Eo JournaL The
h-^^, &i ^ Saturday's were- wrttte^ during the bade
f- erft'U a- period of "Aae &fi. life, andi p
B at ltmf11rctnqeb;rto seant- Pen peure Of the- athori 4w
-^^ -S -hm4^ : hatciy. by her own aster hand. In these a
t! -fs -- tl IL Plant' C with stngular frakknem of *a
.- s^. - elfh her w-k her lami lr
---1iaew1 n -wsuhecrlhae er- spiritutl. aiet and of the id
7osfb, ft in& eB thatA directed her t literawm
:l-IlSb-*hesme^ . never saw any'of her five carn
spondevits, bet their youthful tfan
-a K-,1 a- WO Brs, Wet e inte.st. in all her wv
u,*^.m 1baro1'Th:*, us. isas& a"d T eir loIT fw tmt aUth
M U t ma~trete- He and f orof her ereatio
|^f te afothe4ter, a-Am a Sat- imipeed he to tura aside from I
Wj^^ .*AndBl c ,ot4an^s--t" find- dlveztioa i
-mi wwpe hia* setely with chats with suca eagerly enthusiast
- -" -: e.itoh. J in -,si to haav m~any idara an ^Bpa tc frine
bbsfrda5 aBd th affir ha wrought up M ~is Axlctt'sfirst letter is dme l8
-- ""Buuity Iand &be otherh wem written at ixte
^ -:^:m- e ,wziahe4 to | valid u pi within a short tune of I
aw u- s bli omt -at he law. lie civi-i
^ "^,,~'t: :cani aleio tolerate1 _
mbA m 3g 5Si The soiara ock Crifas | Downs" Cnao* C a~m"~
-4 a' : 3^ it w ^i1 er. thc ma welfare orfI reawh the diomsm partioa of the a
S:- i-s the psosel { Tere s olty am waX to cre &M
-%- Is. and that Ij by cotitstio
7i buse^i smmiwod. Depit is caused b
0=1^W B- Afaw WC Aftf inflamed ondiatm of the mrn Ui
I b- -,:- w of Hem, e iaa Wbb
;-s.:' Mi~~tja (or coB*re.)Iv.Jbisiabelsiahfed yhaaea ute
^* .;-^ IteB-h^- ksarj l ev7el OsR sl {b bi- ^s^ U Wsaa ipeecdt, bhainl,
--^^^- ^r ftl~i- h4 bc im aS ^ i6m ihf^^ seatK* etl. Desfoege.
SS^ ^S teiestiit and anl the ilfihim
--- -^lH~i* th.^gfe unlimBited icoia-' rtzotid to ite adral c-ondition, he.
lect|^ lt;~iisva^tt he im-a~df~eer


j :m > a oit s tea acalsed by ostart

jfl 44MUMV "d iemmfus caheed r c



^^ ^* -tirffTBiwas2^a Jl_ L b.^^* thateat becurd ^ Hall
tom^ inati j^haBrb Cue. S^ for iegn^a M1
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was a genial disposition and bis friends
were numbered by scores. In his death
the community has lost a good cdtize
and one w-o will be greatly missed.
. iss Ba s wil l-remain in the ty
and will be joined,: a; few days by
oiae ofher brothers from Boston.
The Tibme for Bnilding
Up the system isat this season. The
cold wether has made unusual drains
upon the vital forces. The blood has
become impoverished and impure, and
all the functions of the body sulter in
cosequence. Hood's Sarsaparilia is
the great builder, because it is tIe
One True Blood Purifier and nerve
toni -
HOOD'S PILLS become the favorite
cathartic with all who use them. All
druggist2. ka.

Manning R. ShanW ad, who died a
few days ago, was te oklest clerk in
ithe employ of t^ IUnired States. Be
ocupie a t cla. to senator
than any otbse 'hemB of the mfidm-
tial nauremof nha- d sti maextive
elerk in my tbe m bminM of
the aeitae. He w_ apptd toa cClk-
-ship by A& friend. te Uat" ColMld John
W. Farnuy, when the latter wa" oupy-
Ing te office of- clerk inrca, 1S@..-l* aad when
in July. 186l, Cotoe_ ynley bseea


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fore Judge Mae= after the affray a
asked for warrants. They were turn
over to the city authorities and ga
gave bond for their appearance tl
morning before His Honor.
A parlor baseball game, an ingenio
invention of Rred C. Stoekdell of J
lanta, has been presented by that ge
tleman to the St. Andrews Brothe
hood for their ,reading and recreati
rooms. The game Is played by ti
revolving hands, wi-h indicate t
play by desigratingA letter or figu
arranged in a circle.- It is an intere
ing game and is very simple. It w
presented through B. F. Jordan.
A colored man by the name of Wa
son was shot by another colored mn
Saturday nigh between Arredoni
and Hammock Ridge. Watson w
walking on thW railroad when .he m
a man who -ked him where he w
going and who he worked for. He r
41ied that he worked on the railnro
and was goind homej and passed o
when he waS. shot from behind, t
ball eterin the hi--p, hut inflicti


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DJ


Col. L. A. Barnes Dies Saturday Night
of Apoplexy.
This community was shocked Sun-
day morning when it was announced
that CoL L A. Barnes was dead, his
sudden demise being caused by ato-
Iplexy.
Saturday night about -9:0, while the
deceased and his sister were seated in
the family sitting room, he remarked
that he was very sleepy and imme-
diately retired. His sister occupies a
room adjoining and, as was the cus-
tomn the connecting door was left ajar.
A few moments after CoL Barnes. had
retired Miss Barnes observed that he
was breathing heavily, but not too
much to create alarm.
In the morning M'iss Barnes arose
and in a few moments went to her
brother's room to call him. She found
him lying upon his back with his
right hand resting- upon his chest and
his left hand by his side. Thinking
he was still asleep she left- the room.
Later she returned and found him in
the same position.- She approached
the bed and sought to arouse him with
the remark, -"Well, you're sleeping
well this morning." Meeting with no
response she became somewhat alarmed
and approached the bed, "to find her
brother cold in death.-
He was lying in exactly the same
position as when-she had entered the
. room the night before to say 'Good
SNight," and it was evident he died
. without a struggle. His body was
cold, with the exception of the palm ol
t his hand, and Dr. McKinstry was of
. the opinion that he had been dead hul
little over an hour. "
Undertaker Hutchinson embalmed
the remains. The funeral services oc-
curred from the residence,- Rev. C. C.
Leman, officiating.
I He was a member of the Masonkic
SFraternity, being a Knight Templar,
- and members of that order acted a
Spall bearers. They were G. W. Hyde
A. M. Cushman, W. K. Bartleson,
SMaj. L E Webster, Col. A. P. Mor
Srow, HIL. E. Day, G. F. Sickles and A
SG. GGlass. Many friends formed a pro
Session and escorded the remains t(
Sthe Plant System depot, from when
they were shipped to Boston. Mass.
Sin care of a brother-in-law of the de
Sceased, Hon. Samuel Sawyer.
f Col. Barnes leaves two sons, both o
. whom are attending school in Masa
le chusetts.
e The deceased was one of the mos
Ir prominent citizens in the state. H
)e came to Gainesville from Waltham
is Mas, 1869 He was sheriff of Alachu
,. county in 1872 and filled the office
Stax collector. Later, he was appointed
y register of the United States lan
> office in this city. He was a member
Is of- the present city council and was on
it of the two who would have held ovE
for another yea. He was a publi
ts spiritedcitizenand did much to di
re ,elo GainesviHle. The beauty of thn
__* ^ 1... -Y ^ ^.t^ .,.^S-A


We bi oli gold slind 'ihver at ratw
bighest aTlrketL price. If you have auy
you wti4h to digp ieof we will excbage
for cash or eods.r
SA-nythini alonz the.- line of machine
supplies. such s. needles,- oil, bands or
belts may be found at
L '-C. Smith's,
.Sideof Square.


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Nervous

peoplee find just the help they so much
eed, in- Hoods Saraparilla. It fur-
Ashes the desired strength by puin-
png, vitalizing and enriching the
blood, and thus builds up the nerves,
ones the stomach and regulates the
hole system. Read thb.-:
"I want to praise Hood's sapaula.
ly health run down, and I had the grip.
Lfter that, my heart and nervous system
were badly affected, so that I could not do
ny own work- Our physician gave me
ome help, but did not cure-. Decided
to try Hood's Sarsapar-a. Soon I could
lo all my own housework. I havetaken



Cured
Hood's Pils with Hood's Saruaparilla,
md they have done me much good. I
irwiUnot be without them. Ihavetaken il
bolesof Hood's&vrsaparlland through
Ue blessing of God, it has cured me.
[ worked as hard as ever the past sum-
aer, and I amn thankful to say I am
well. Hood's Plls when taken with
Hood's Sarsaparila help very much.'1
MfB& L M X~aseB GEN,7Freehold, PeniL
7Ths and many other -cue prove that



Hood's

Sarsaparilla

[sthe One T Be mood Prifier. Al druggists. Si
Prepared olybyC. I Hood &Co Lowell3Mass
MOWS Ps aiall s .Y, promptly anc
tiO0d S PlllIS e -~s eta

ADDITIONAL LOCAL.

W. L. Whitlock, Chicago:, J.
Smith, Troy, N. C.; W. H. Powel
Jacksonville; W. E. Peckhim, Al
lanta; W. N. Camp, Albion; B. A
Deal, Palatka; J. S. Jolly, Rochellh
Chas. E. Taylor, G. I. Fairbank:
Fernandina; EL J. Stewart, Jasper:;
A. Whitaker, Texas; W. B. Vai
New'York; T. W. Blake, New Jerse3
were at the Brown House yesterday.
The death of CoL L- A. Barnes wI
leave a vacancy upon the city counci
Col. Barnes was one of the preseE
council holding over. -In all probabi
ty the mayor will issue a proclamatic
calling for an election to fill the vaca
cy. For a special election only fifte
days notice is required and the vg
cancy could be filled at the. comic.
election by electing six instead of fi
aldermen-
The Citizen's Colored Club m
again last night. Their latest tick
is: Mayor, Dr. T. F. Thomas: ma
shal, C. H. Davies; clerk and tres
urer, A. M. Cushman: assessor, G.
Arnow; collector, S. J. Burnett; aide
m-n, H. F. Dutton, S. V. Duke, Dr.
MeKmlstry, jr., R. E. Davis and A.
thfeorm Club, but nothing
importance was done.
henry Gaines and Jonas Lewis, t,
obstreperous n roes, engaged in .
altercation on the South Side yestt
day morning. r>Knives were usedT
weapons and'^aines' upper lip w
delicately carved. Both appeared. 1


One Italian EIi AaotbM.
BUFFALO, March 23--Mrs. Roalnd
Vida, was shot by Jack Bin- a neighbor.
The bullet passed through her abdomen.
and she died ten minutes later. Both
were .Italians having families. The
murderer, -whose real name is given as
Giwcom- Constantine, was arrested., It
is allied that he mistook Mrs. Vida for
Louisa- Guggino, widow of the man for
whose murder Cipriano was recently
sentenced to imprisonment at Auburn.
Government Feaes kfeatL
NEW YOLK, March 3. -A dispatch to
The Herald from Borne says: Fearing
-possble defeat, the government is seek-
ing to avoid the .motion for a -Tote of
confidence The Tribuna declares laa^
the king is op-pose the dissolution of
the chamber and is dissatisfied with the
prime minister's failure to take action
in regard to the anti-dynastc ou por-
S of socialistic oratoa -and that the
ministy in general is in a doubtful
position. ^ _._
A Story Sol Smith neU Telk.
Oliver Optic and myself were called
I to lecture in a New Hfampshire village.
|A committeeman called and said,
I "Wantin to save- expense on printui
Programmes. IYI1 ancnance the Pieces et
yo'li tell me how they come in."
1 explained that Optic and myself
SWould alternate in ou readig i
' to begin, I to end with my sketches of
character. He stood at the side of the
stage and said: "Oh, ye,; oh. yeza Thej
entertainment for the benefit of Dodge.
post will begin by reading an original
story by -Oliver Optic, her Wil-
1 liam T. Adams. Iee ream at the back-
of the hall 10 cents a dish."
After the reading the committee said:
"We will now have Mr. Sol-Smith Bus-
r sell in his comic doi's. You have all
- heerd of comical Brown, but Mr. Bus-
lsel lays over Brown on the comic." And
while the audience were laughing over
T. my efforts. the committee came to my
dressing room and said, "They're takin
off their rubbers."
And so he announced each selection
\on ow programmil saying jith beMore
L he slinoleg piece:. -- '
"Oh, yez; oh, _vextI e.nkin the an-

die. w nc o eha of the Dodge pot for

Their libest ral patra.in the world for cuts
thia evening ssill eonclde with Mr. h-eum
55seill in some more comicc. Ice cream. at
Stbhe bakof-the hau reducsedto 5cenii a
1d~is. 1-1aladep~hi TMms.
ri ~Bucje~is A&raica salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts


UISO



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S SCUD COIP01FS W-TH K A ORID T 1J j DO
O B0Macwea's Durhfam Tobacco o0. 2Nko. 0.
0 arBuy a bag of t#,isebrland Smoka m Tobacco, andr ead he o_
t ponwhi" gives asoestof wrpailli usal. wlee hi
| 2 CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.









JPisos Cuffe 0e


For ConstffiptioL |

Of al the Cough i I have frsakNc a
Cre fcor s takes the est Wh- -
^|^<^^ = oc d It WKe a perma21ent custo1mr.
L. F. MARTIN Drugs4 ,
Eagketown, In.b_

^ ^1' January28i 1%




-A. 0. STEENBURG,



Real EstaIe; i
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA



Over 200,000 acres of land for t-ale. The pick of 1MX-
000 acres good timber land at $3 -per acre, beongngto A
the Ellsworth Trust company. Will al^s lease their im-; ^
proved lands. Plenty of good homes in the north to ex _14

change for Florida homes.
References by permission: H. Fi. DuUx U0 & (J.9 Bankers; and t Pir
National Bank of Gainesville- Fla-. &cl*lkUY

.1 IlL 13a.. NS, M-


R H1BS G -- SAiSh -i- AIDM-' -7
ROUfGH AND IJRESSEIO LUMBER. ^S


Shingles,--


Laths, Brick-k


antL


All iSnindm of Plain and Orn enmetal
F-inishi, Emblossed Work. --

Factory foot of Wet Main Street, near Depot-

JAMES M. GRAHAM, PresIdent. GEO. W. lBTYr. V wife-PredW -

The First National Bank
-F 4A.JNr*4VIJ~laE, J-^- A .II-A.


Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County..


CAPITAL --- -- 5l&0,ML -
SU-PU"S AND UTNDIVIDED PBOFT* 18,"-
Doe excluively abnrklng busaeB, witsnrli etls equ ft aay bankt the 1
tie aecmsnteot Faraom, Mercbaata. orpUmr. te matw mb me" -
8 ,U K T A Y L O KR U. .-


we- o-ljeh w iund. His assailant fied H ... I e r
a s o......t..M..asbetre5d. .and is unknown to WilI -a 4LIUUi .
M7 s yaded m- 300S. VOM& biu a him. U YE., Proprietor,
'5- thoroughly worthy qnial -PhiladeI- It is stata upon good authority GkMVJ, : OXIXA. goo
.h ..P.. thatMews Graham, Taylor and Cole o -
_. t*o n y .Y a *m . -- -* .* Shave engagedxBmacinery for their lIENTLEM-XS LIST OF PRICES. 0
ie, Ch~ay~r Ti~a in.ytrie ligt pat and wil order it Old Shirts Made LcLI Sew BrinN into Stron or relef
A "W sai d OM an shimped i ana fw weeks If Mr. Goodwin .IS i t---- -- :l Q .1 f
--not- active--------
"" mc h on the yo o p, a. ng T0 T h the uood Qu alitien Of the
^ 2 ILI Theleerid m-who-durveyed-the t ity -

are a_::ia: -:--------
t ft Chdfaour. oin -se M for the company Rwi e stock in the I wooenS r..... .S
ttpoc Kterinise ad wis confident that It .will b sii ,ple
nuvryff' aim thy w d dividend. Mr. Goodwin T2wl I
a% of "M www., t is -omparaivey jwiBjeumpkted az anva of ti d the I i Pair ot oom l - -
cr- cbe .s*- mrfn poftto r at- the clty in pefer-l I I~t~te.eS~ t:- --
age Id Wateste L' -th .-I ( M B L LPO S
m opatively t tte p wou The higher mmusicala itieshavegivmtir

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t& af^ft p Y 0 M eivI umer^A nm nqualified endorsement. Thejudgesat the Cosm
IL ctooPd___ o PY'~ ~agtng^ _________ iay wTIn- '^lliai exp-sition rave it the highest pmble prte.
Aido ': i. "- =-gave
y. K~aighta *C W M ArriuI y~rinuzvi of Wail. o pgoiliefi~eeti c pw- IT~ ^i r 1 ees .K IWeaWU (
Tb .tate commsioner writes A" To fr. .po.ffce at Gaint- -IThn-... Theh. Rbai.Iuiltn buQ iness inelpe 1 i
fro~uincol a. eh..an follows: -Aider will, F sBduiei es:jan _; i made ii one of tteE largest piano faetores in the worl,
theg re medicine s for what U'- D A tsv e- I Tj Maa afae mose th capitao
S.F W I-AriefroM 'oth e-ZQ4T*A de~r the mst~econunmicalcondto"wic aam
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SKIns^ New Di --covery and at the e of Hit Sprigs at *:i5 a.s .: Ar_ b1yolht in large -quantities.at-.firg haid.- Eerthin
f-V. of t -days the cough -entirl l e ..ft hbdw t uth of ._e -'ei aM -t .ah ? .a -t M.-I-
te a. We will not be without it gh Srifo l eto I a. in. JFYbe ^ e lessen dueost an icease the quait.
thereafter, as our expert oe provwr D^ :Y e sat THlBESCLT AW&JIh YOtR fi5PKCYO.

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=6;.- north.Of Roe . -o .l .; ..
that tueratSOt111 a ortoa-S .' b-I T i i ag "-09tw b o A F r'.4QfS. oneyf -z3. )ARE. *teu&"I
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dcue*AtrtiaL as it is guaaBtee and i w i a F ataa a s Awbui*trn
trini tottieaaft a t W~. w AC 04 .i.:fo ot~a ~'
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Wpay I. xtec 2.ti. risal2^ m.; from thesowSItS
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tried reamy, Mr.WI' ot Wae.ota adir-.wo r
is -agSyr"p for children .U b 9 It sea t to be*hkandh#--. 77
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bruises, scores, ulcers, -salt rheum
fever sores. tetter, capped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles. or no
pay required. it is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunild.
Price 25 cents per box, Ir sale by
W. C. Wallae-_ -

ANrNYOUNCEMENTS.
For Counaty Treasurer.
I take this method of announcing
myself as a candidate for county treas-
urer, subject to the action *f the dem-
ocratic primaries. -Promising faithful
performance of all the duties devolving
on s! office, and soliciting support
of a democrats, I am,
Respectfully,.
B. P. BOL7LWARE.

Ix months after the first -ublieatioa of
this notice, I will present my final accounle
and vomeberm to the county jadee, in and for
Alaehu- county, state y Florida, ad
ask to be I 1-4 "Brt &tia
lenn tuwes& l roea Z_4e.raed.
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A RAZOR =-
.a "G O:R pO B. f ". -""
if yousenduS 2 Copom pd GO cents
OR.
W. WILL SCMD A 3-BlADE

PENKNIFE
aimc~~tedt l--f 50,0'mpoma, of
bb&s "For 2 Ct S and ce .

Yo w find one copon inside each 2cme tbe. an
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