Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
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 25, 1896
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01838
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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ril -?| ^a r. Anadasa who left here'
^ B weeks agoerilh fiirty of gen-
tlmenon ^ wa eTost trINp returned Tues-
day; bayiMg made thel trip home by
L. M tL He heftte rest o thie party at
d W Miami. He is -ethusiastic o er the
Biseakvu Bae y country, but says Old
rwztm A- a emmty i still good enough
-for him b Re reports a most enjoyable
ovary soiety ^ ^ fl in toend. The re-
^rogram e -e3 maider-f the party will be home in
ae" fedas
meaeits n ?The Sath orida railroad snt an
u'4o Thoey 0offiialdo"wn& few days ago to settle
ffat ion. they ci6caina -gainskthiem y My mrs. Clara
seat in the MeCalan. A train a short time ago
0. per- had kilkad a value Jersey calf be-


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tmb iat Sm~th Carolina, visiting
IMLMangteri Mrw. Joseph Gibba of

Wini~. Emer. a sn ofA.R
I~arB o aceepted a lucrative porn-
^**tmmesfeo f tbe Atla tt,.Su-
UflnBiror &Gulf rilway inJack-
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Bk fe, b audibop. Mr. Elmore is-
.jfrni nriogrw baeg q balil
UrnB and atmi high with the Plant
Ilowm if whnae oakipoy he has been
I ~w s. JT Bereslgned the agency
at plmdaa takebkpreat piition.
i a--a m C ea hunting up timber
witk-a viw to takin a ;large clroeStie
So~nt ftr imea oorther firm. We
*i~f-ldmmoehaaambos willwgve
ap~ni st to- may a sad put
*- bnei-tocitCilaton. Hepro-
a* -Mwerk atooi the lineso1 the F
-snow F&W, F&, A.&
3. kG. frm Alacbta to Starke, and
laeglad to bar from amy parties
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aplnging to her.
SThe prograni- of the A. L-- S- for
t Thursday -evening promises to be.- of
unusual interest and will close with a
^ peanut walk. All are invited.
Grafit Cowan of Oeala wa" in town
Monday. He was en route to his old
home in Pen'sylvania, where he will
- spend the summer. He is convalescing
, from severe attack of nerv-us pros-
1' tration, whieh has incapacitated himi
for businesB for some time. His many
M friends wish for him a speedy recovery.
e CIZ COVSCE. o

. RaBert Suit.

xu/-.Mt J-uen -ft th
%-e Thre was a special meeting of- the
Scity council last night for the purpose
of-taking action upon the P. 0. He-
ber s-uit pending in the United States
r irculitourt. Every member -of the
council and ClerkSigsbee were present.
I There was- a great deal of discussion.
_on thequestion of whether or not the
ease should be triea again. Mr.
Brooine was opposed to a new trial.
President Davis said- that in his h m-
Sble opinion the ity had a good -case
and he thought that the city should
-fight it to the end.
SAlderman Broome closed the dis- "
Soon with a motion- that the city j
'accept the verdict in-the suit of P. 0.
Hbe rv. t- e city, and that the at- -
to-eys for the .ity be instructed to
dismiss the motion for a n-uwtrial.
The motion was lost Messrs. Broome
and Wittstoek voting aye and Messrs.
Davis: Ra binMaou 0 M
CAOnCUl adjourned&

Mr, G. CS~as rg^ Ba
versvllle, HI, says: "To Dr. King's
IMew.fewoveryt Iowe my life. Was -
talreD with, L& Grwipe and tried anU
Sfthe phami~fre -aboutIba o
Bo a and w givain up- and told I
*09 -B~ ffe., Having Dr.- MWgS
-Sew km mve y isay tome I sen Mo
ahtian& beaits use and froml
Aen* doe began to gut better, and
about aa~inL It is worth itb weight in
d .wont-keep store or house
ithtit.- Get a free trial at W. C.
WalIaCe's drug store.
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comes neery that paroUms should
adhmre strictly to the rolem and regu-
mais : of the waterworks. You are
hereby notUied that your sprinklers
and jets are not to be .used between
the hours of 9 a. ma. and4 p. im., and
not more than four hours per -day. A
Wiotati of -thi- rle-- subjects the
water to be turned off without notie.
. -BC.QDRAKE,
Sttpt. Gainesville Waterworks.
Apr il lst 186 4t
Tcam"-Asftsbm=A- fStm
R"AkB,. Apfl ,.-ThB. Souto n
VMlway $ said to be making plans to
get to ter-toy w-.r Soohem- Pipe
and Isyteavile by budding -a short
link connecting Asheboro and Star. the
latter place being Aberdeen and West End railway.
-Ex GovBrwrr8-y Dead.
AaE KilOm- Ala., April 1,.-Ho .
Thomal Se-y. e-- --vemor of Alabama.
difd &t his bome neh here, aged 60
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Glad to.send you samplecard.
See ou-r line of Hlousho-
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ANNlOUICEM3ENTS.
l9S 4untv Treauorer.


I take this method of announcing
myself as a candidate for county treas-
urer, subject to the action of the dem-
orati primaries. Promising faithful
performance of all the dutiess devolving
on such office, and -soliciting support
of all deimocr&t, I am,
Respectfully,
B. P. BOUVLWARE.-


- For the Lmslatture.


WnsO, Fla., March 31, 1896.-
At the-solicitation of my friends I an-
nounce myself a candidate for the leg-i
islature from Alaichua county, -subject
to the action of the democratic voters
of the county at the primary election
on June 10th, next, I [nominated:and
elected I promise to vote and work for.
the best -interest -of my constituents
and the people of the state. I respect- I
fully solicit the support -of all deiemo-
crats at. the approaching primary
election who believe in a government
for the people, by the people, and as-i
sure them that I shall faithfully watchI
their interests and carry out their
wishes. Respectfully,.
J. D. SThINGFELLOW.
I respectfully announce myself a
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PROFELWiL CAIA


J. EN T'1 '--Y. -
T the public of Gain vie and nmrro-id-
lnucoKrniry:-Inrderto berame-acQ zaiuod
with a1 wantlg dtal work x the ne
twelve -onths, I vii extract andpt in flf
loweranduer otsof teeth for-W Of rst-
Class anad will extract teeOLMtbas
little pain as anydentbtin flird"
Junnadawly 1^'i^'Z1I8 KE.


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..AT'TO I W,,EY>-T-XA_'a,.
"GAIKSVILLE, - ...., WA
Practice I both State and federal Ceouwet
Special attentf4n given to businat in the
counties of Avkedua, Levy, B ftaJd anAl
Clay- ueptt

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S-ATORNEY-AItXMWE.
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Office on Mechanic St, betweenEastMat
and We't MaIn streets. Prompt tsnkam
to butines. Aplm-ti
G aAS. L. FILDJ,

A T~oilIJE-AT IOA~rM
GAiNEsVILLE, - - FlORIA
JWM-All businew entrusted to bMn, aere.
-it- and Proipt-lyattatend" to. 4fUtf


U-. I. JLA'1 ,
Real -Estate Agent
Opposite Brown i.oume
Gaines"ille, - .Florida


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lle-lo$a am Bell5 legal "ie
day. n DonLoh Le _
-ae~rTeiiM1e at anB rxttcoci
of dertf vefBtlem", himb nacf 'of Da-
in tan wAlachua mty.ftlbMgrdtl
vanw therei Ow B fffma U m an Trus


thde sateb of to Fler=& B and~e ILL.
tn Swdecre as adefmicey is of t <._ .
-=wdt.-deeamed ftadorfatiedlim
inwupn a nd loW Alc sell t. on vxobday
te~oetha A.eei th, ISfMn -o~ ane the
'o~~iy^*awB~er beln leal atil
Ine stamt of Floeida, ieb door,2B 'in te 1


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vated sad being liAlachaeounty, Florida,
and described as allows, to-wit: Loe 6, 5, 4,
II.13, f, 29,3k 32 5 aad -53 according to
Plat on record In deed book "0"- p, 1000 of
the public records aIn tte elerk' oMee of
SAlachua county, Florkida. Said property
levied upom as the assetsof the etat.
-of P. G. Snowden., in the -band or I.
Snowden,a8 administrator of said etateBand
subject to adnini ration, tosatirfy aId exe -
cmi on -upon mud decree for dedek fay In trv-
or ot said plainttffUand against lid -deen-
dan. k H. IMLTILIus
Sheriff of aba Couhnty, Florida.-
Anderson& Hockerr Ifs Atw


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- ma _dyspepsiaz disease.
oft hfe past. Is the great- j
est stepOf modWem science
toward pure fod, better


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am...v ia".- -m e w A .. imjbi IL. I ..ll I .I .
A lw .a county, sAaub e t to th_. e a ion b W e buy old 'gol and ilver at I_ .,,.the 4SL. .. . .. .
of the de mi tic vters at the pi- hishet market price.- Ifyou have ay Zl,- -et,'.DasZ ARLVA A3 gZpA 2VTfD_ _TRD? UiO- a 1M LL&. IL&.. M. I. '
'Mary election Jn e 10t ivt, S96. If you-w'h to dipo-eof we will exchange --gg -- e __
"nomi"ed And .elected I promise to for .ash or od. jms -- m -*V"* -- A
give the same close attention to thee Anthing along the Ine of macineht ... A -m..CY. --u m JRI '_- ........ : --... .
invests of my con-stituents as I did lu ppiie s uc s needle .oil, bands ol I____r__ r "_ '__- i I "
durinof the sesion of the- legislature of belts may be found at M-- ---- : "p. 1 ZL: Ia. !U:L-. l aT ..I.s !s1
1896. I respectfully solicit the sap V r 1 i LM s .
o all dei ocrat. at the approaching Lg C. Sm j iis MAT S AL. 1 Xi "'I' I J r S -i r
primary eklcton and assure them that -a, r --- i " K l "
Ist2alldoallin-my power-to faithfully j Sroa e Sqa r d by iwofadeeroetfre j i -s "pt^
carry out Ue wishes of the people oI Dow .. "yiy i- a b "e i l "-- -

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ddFioffice of .uperim-..eat of-..i -- .1 St r I-eIe. R io.
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l Ii si iT III I un N Is i reit ol a leUe Have -ou seen our stoek of the only quote you a few of the many good
fom 1,.- Glbert Pearson. curatorof above goods? These are tailor 'made-I o" awating your approval. Ladies LEVE GAfIESVE DAILY AT U:.OO
o., -.Museum O f.ed, cr., in , r-e have the fit and stye to them t black, regular made hose only 15c; p. o arriving Jaekso e a:4, p. B.
^^iai~~a^Ki fI- .- "^ -- th-these^ have and till sk-o,"t ladies Onyx hosiery at 25, 40 and. W.e"9eoe1 n:Laad
s ,w. -"-s "- two- "th e "h a o-"e ............ . ..p
h-at these tha hchildtnes hoe, extra values at10,1 r15 br Everett (eonnectin wth
SiT*more for them than you have to pay and lc s r By) Savannah. enneeting WiZ
king-nake at the museum, lezewhere forpo made garment. I entral R. poor lyirm aertixamorec,
____ __ w" captured near that place Priees 50 to $1,2 each. Philbtelpia Sew or, an nortez
.about five yteara go.- The snake, the eae Jle daily a 7 p. p. -
IkthU3^^u""l^^o^"8alth writer mis, i5 twelve lnshes long and ICincinnati (by F- and C. Uimited}X also oioS ,
Trrllttiiiljr IIIHJ^ieHOd^ ltf i^a_ --.ifc a, Tn ^Nti^.41t Louis lq Holly Sprintgs B Hoo'sSa- bw t"we develo -h eads. In ex.- oretAnC i isor ons.Vwl
sa- ^ ^ ^;' ---.^ -. -. stwwaeu aeK etlaS Inea- ^G~i t~alk Mac M L K -i l"rm"-" fan& n a IHaveyona corset which fits you milk ^ S ,ku.
'moor J I -11 Id--nosum."m""t perfectly -and meets your idea of. what -CRtY, -
specankwhich may reproduace itsmeet yourIfdea of cal te Cty.etc
-a? 1 no call her asa onville o a points on titn
ifmiwe ett k cir _7s wit. is a 9Mof T, B. m % WeTwillTrefund yotir money-it any cor- aocas,9;v Jm.
li~gifi! ^^ A i - at.. .. Brown ,,natthey.Byr Alchuaicounyidemua ente 21 _Oa l yard Dimitpes. awns, o
curu,=s loths, Irish linen, home-TRCUSEPB? LOT-
:axmuit&Wwho was by-motion autho pn i^ ^3-ducks, -piques, -_ India- linens.I
.....Wr lrotl _lirm- -- -----" lid -to tas-at ny uns d bsi-.eheeked nainsooks, etc. Mightas well F AO..MAcDo IG.P.A.
I^e ali between Saturday Mmeeting sad attempt to "paint the rose" as describe r 'Easte r ______________________
-mh ewn. hv ethe. -ome and see-rather hxveyour Lkat urstockofwhitekidgloves B tl
judBr own. They were Loor atr or -jock of white kid gloves-t1_thig to ea
than our owu
-.;.el-:.- -.. e- ..r-;'- work n s b ands. bou t o ra. wiih spreeting Ja -o a e
m-t- Ywtt-your new spring dress. a l i -
t '-: -_ -? _Wi to. I end- to.,- One- o o fmn-i_ -
| l|_e 7 Wade nmigOt -t or -h C poe- n A g _n .. Cout A et for Sale of paper I
'a', ofymmB ab rnctingot f-dato whrn the vrouspwre -to___________________________-____2___
lb ___WgapWgtil-sou d -to gatberooetto te auilte it
U- A -4a64qure Taos- is the gw al that all Mrs R. Wi
-air led l^ nmutaher the meeinogswmibe arrangd for May a.
8-gia ^-l 3-u a t e teu f r d ifaoae . *-*- . .. ** .*. .* : . . -_ .* . . : *
~~~ ~~~~ ~A"d tbe &art few dw -toin&~ ___________________________ fl n opeesoko ye'
J~aa^ Bristem*fa <& M.If W. Q ftgne "d m*jf -ba^B ^"^
?.E. ogbo Gro- .- -- .- "- -! A t forth. world-rowned Water-
tw"d"0M16-"PUN"throughthecit I l man foutain v 14
jB IL i I'u I AU th ^- 1leadinpapersand peiotialao t
b4 wIag tW= iYM. -They.have resided N II B
fteve WHY NOT?
II^ N^^W^ .MB.y'B- ei-Jars. orbr *L e^^^w I-WeirT perfect-fitting
In"-- N n aelong,-when it an be
th. clin bain m ay warm pes-al .S-2 Velvet RH
-i edw friedbo~ tith' b i- a itya &n Bd Griove ychs eas"".ya, tnUins r 0 .Ia
ljehIESJ^7- boa"A M&htbalby fetl R a medupon to N ._ V B" is a thoroughly p,.r fitlng, ready made
111WiupractioWWlcal -skirt binding, I-Iamns
S^^* 1? *)!^^^^^o~jiljlie*bojLThey like. p^W t'/S'Raffi<*t l~flmlT<
.--"--'*.. ^ ya . h^g ^ '^.;g. ^^ *linii *i---- -* ~-"" ~.- == -_, *j m ... 9 .....> /W ,.. ^ -~r Ui~~- ^ -.. ,,. aftr a ~ e s -lm
flerImd1 the POsP&&ewith whoM 'they vafiablvinff em t *at-,
gli^S^^ ,^ i~hariablyy^ ^ iving per~fetsti I have an extensive line GA
..eru l isacftion. The article itsel f ported domestic
-I- rSftfos convincing evidence ._ . o
o--.-.- Th .j:- caloth of baut oiitse triT otis
.... 5Si t-_ w ^-- .-_ insures an elegant finish to whieh I am making up for
ithe skirt,- and the fluted Prics as low as ready-
-AN ... mi ---to the--
7- _-.body re-nders i a it to applymadeclothing is offered. Sea Isl
Th.p..ce -of VB. ,
Only -c yard;Plainvdveteen iiam Sco J
_______ 4yds
"WWI= -t kMain veteen binding 2i THE TAILOR, CAS
U wdI p, and bid 4 n. id4do=ntz F .u

CIAM l --AstAIU- RE CHAM Q -UAlHfiLt 0-F-

^ '- 3" ^* ^* - -y g-- '-i^- '- : \ J -' . .. 1- "-IV ... -. .- ....^ ^ th--
Me dreemakcr everywhere tedorsea md e 3 i j
8I^^e ('"* "u Puffed sleees and skins supported by J > Ai *
.. ... Ci- -p-r..l..h er .... -M f m Si t A.._ .1lH .
_.,__
g.n ... -- ter__ thn-._- ... mat .{l ui^ ___m.....a t"-jo ru| '
.... : IIIPik 3l: h p IIC "ad .f~Ol Y A A f I IN~ S _KbkIa ... a ... l ,rl flil
I N- ---ftewh I- Ita.t b? ". -- ....^^if-wl^J imt.in m -dr +"' ^f-l-- t; t.-.. g,.-j~ imq-m
____;^i*ll^ A, ''t^-^^^^^ af'u e B*'.. *'"1f ^'S^J Sif '
1i_ a u. ed. lni_..-al ad f usng. L


t STR.NGFE -ow & Co )5 '... .. 4 T

_a a *L.............


TR~ flALY SUN:GANESVItLE FLRIDA, ARI .89 _


ra Ig| j 1u w t


reapd u ion | BWAn Flowers.
after he mos approthesty& Amon

^w ^zromta f^_S ciy^^ % 10cents to $1 alBunchk
^~~~~~~~~~~ ~ W^^~~t^ eods ^^^-^ ^^Tashl Silksc.
-nU---.f the7.. s. ... N be ra 3( and 35d cets a yard-.

suit of l ceflission bet~en t~ ifrigibt loMleac g. ,
Utains. Tu e deceased wasweikuwnra ^JDEI1l IBestlcquality, 12yards$1
A -rn t ths! 7'at eseef Your he4sa n& -suit L 5 Th Ligb alo es,

i1A1 urni -w mal eth-at,-action to enforce lein for_ cents. Yard WdeTellow Homespun
; -4O uM i l ST _--D. ,Th tl which.wTsnr tried o rJsd gee
updat The jfiaiutiff was gris aUW TbcM kanld
____________ f i u~ent. i~ceit riues t0cnt&
___ ___ ___ ___ Msonas efeee1hasat~astbeeot- ihIUI IUIW
judgment yesterday of1




----. --Many o-fet W oldf-frnitugrFe- I ar ut"--f- -ek -to-- : .- -
---har atwork nursigtheir old orage ^ Bronzed and Bl ck Enameled-Bseau-
OUSBZXN' WCALi EVE6T trees, which are again showing signs Tbeir Garments are ,,I c-C
OFf. I. of.lif e. .ny are badding the i-- ...SOLD... -HtONl DeSigns-2and50ents.
and claim that they wil have an OeN HONOpRo
FredMin1d ab Rnanee of oranges a few years.
u-w.- Wfa-3 -MS n -p.-.le--d t- S. B. Ap_-eby, Gsiesvlll& Ga.; -- I A :{ ./- -r f!/?( / l
^t.WF6cTIn~ tS Pemmoal Bau Loe Dg. Mason, NSew York;? Mrs. E. {/^ ^ ^ ^^
---A - Chene~oy, Jac-"on""9ille'- T. Stew- H Y LOO" W ELL
A. B.WBoIrdh of has retisrn tH BErtrIFUL UITSgh$13toS r6ins;'a-l -sNeakow n" HEYWEA t
w. (L ~~~ ~ Savann-seee Atheis otere- a h rw DGAATEAFT






..,, House yesterday. BE--- A- THIR AW.- OOLI)IAM, -- | L -lnurTiniK fl[
Eser: .-ui





.s.. - o f a nthecit Those who wl. take part the Gn..inesv .. oi llr apero, UtoI. WUl1 ..
0 coming Bandbece rCti cnd se ssamples- Prtical Painter, Sign Writer' Gainesville, Florida.
- ur..b .- ._at the opera house last night. The _ -,__-= -- --- -------.-"
Cl vis & for fine loalagents of the Ld.den &or Besf1 flreW U- [t on "" "
I- r e n-es. t-ria South.ern Music House have placed a lI. |- l| d m l -fisti -l 1r- I-.am Mf:o- y Dye Works,
Tamcwinters -tied.- dVcent






W .iW. H-- Bami .t-w ye-a new piano inas the opera house to be -ished de4dlyr Gaesvle. i.
from Jabonville. used for the concert. _____________________________________o___sp__p__y____nded
Have^ y eese byD -The merchants of a- esv, Orders d en v 5 1 vent tA4ue
Waie them61iyieL qestiYon Te 1810 Bl






.- Wof. ne -gotiating o the-od, fruit of eSoarly |1 fd Buine A. SIURD
hrd w.ork nursing ,, -- t_:_ Mkig h bd fr opla drone edsno.



I-- :ii u-closing. Here-to:fore ginhe tores te 11i.30 f o VGarmenNARY- aUrReEN,
bmns were-in town yes--ay. closed at 6-30 from May 1 to October K-Ile h Nh Atthe-pliLE FLA.
T- e W.ik----front -BI AThrs-I- L An effort wnl be made to.have These td-u IIn oreh Scientific treatment of all disease of
e iM^ cii re re them closed early this year On the 15th _- .- ^ -. F__ .*',*. th hosmaarlndawl
_Wesigns-t and continue until Oc. 5
,- M i--A. G. Whitney of --- state Supt--Sheat has agai. secured SMITr &A- JACKSN,
t. 1home of the Peabodyfunandd wiles- r 'r c J Deo. .
leantttr,. stOrent in seeou-d-tab"ishf m noraith"- A Straigh etorward y Bafihiy.ss Chicago Beef and Mutto-
....~ ~ / and-4b a -clai tAh. o -cntbey-w hv, A





-_ Boof ea s ot muycaB bn.Ck. JP Wig summer. Each normal will cost P..uiw Poand.. Eg-s.
i.o -m.n ,, -,uO, bua.t some of thatamo% u nin a.f e Makine a bid for popular patronage needs no ,.-,a i. Min. .l siv ,-fre



_: --- tm,( B:a:erof an w..pidb =t,, t,,wns whc eue h ,/l -rad for the -srn buins now;^^- go p. i wm, M e t ifMT
metathin ~aStewar' tin shop at chSooil. They wfl1 coiec j~ ist. diplomacy, finesse or sharpness in its management. if, jfjEfO jj, M. J. A. PAUU
-?MgmWadndn i^^ ^atio Plain, clean, honest methods are what the public tie to. R -
Cheey, _,gs o ths Es. T These methods you wil find in force here aAt ill. Te.
Yo hae headaches, times. We attribute our success in a great e
_-l . has -tia_ C -n Be i .- in"But-do " been""""t""o"getat'he ause .o. P. o -re c




n^ ^ .-- ... =_ -.S ^ ^ 0-|...
-- .... ...At tenton.Cartoday.We are here to serve you fatitofully; want this .-
Jm. c I^ b raturime yesterday H- Wade Optii store to be pointed out and spoken of as the place CITY ffBARBERvA SIO^
A ia a eow a ithS A r.pearotngs; Oddi-Ws] where a ll AI of e community may come ADE ^ '
JkaasvilkN JL;-J Saw, ndcod atPalatiekaure










su^^^^'^^*e^ ian A^I cash yesterday. He loc-ated his prop- feel that they are being dealt with in absolute fairness. IT,
G RobinsonlahstnghtponBIpesonof All ready for the spring business now; got a B
;.-.---5^ ^ffg ^ ^ .- Thr ,os oe-~ who colta e s P ar t in the a ne. v. e, Fu-,^+ &fe B BI ~trM f ~ ~ y w ud C










*M rsG a PAIGer- W as- B., Home.eou tpas m sor- fllonbig t ew m ractch l adis tel o ab u WEST MAiN SiEET. Wtite
Tm"the.IIoph, housea.lastynegro forhiseproprty the ltter gav










-~e ^fRlt nnf ty ieefla. ifiiim 9n U'-^ an exOs that he found it upon the _______________________________ In th *iy Orer by mai prmel -- -iled-- er/m,


wh ]tS C& fo Clamors for place In print. Can The New Florida and Northern Air te


DW --te- S-
cw Prices. -,
Lre what most people look for nowadays. Know.-
ngg this, a certain class of merchants are daily
advertising all sorts of goods at all sorts of prices
rying to induce people to believe they are get-
ing something extra. If you want good value-
ome to us and .get it. We sell in

STATIONERY.
eets heavy note paper for k. Lead pemdis, rubber tip 1ch.
"eets best quality cream no Lead p afi, bet quamlty,4 1r Se.
or oe. Four e late pendl 1 "It.
Fam envelD UIto match fr Sc. doz wood slat pee Or Se.
ees linen paper for lOe. Lead pe-- a:arpetFOra I ape
ets fooels cap paper for 0c. Toilet paSper 5c pw ka-.

Other goods at conrresponding-






C^ g^li'N oml-_-- --'_ B-_--=- tlm ^i^i^^--^.
hL:rTAflXAMIjI.K 1v73.



I> LJH IC oil
F. DUITON & CQ,


WEESVILLaE, : : : FLOMIDA
"ral Rtafi~ ma ofmw bwy WNws lrmvl mWi~ Derf O Po m*=Wgcli
fcccoontt off Bnfa ida, Cbrpercidew, FI *Jx g'larnmer M1 P
^T~r?q~4M ftyVrM
and Cotto, EgngliAh Sea JIMlajidCoto a
Cotton Seed, Gia and G.i er8s a-e
ran *ep pl aU ..< tor ,. ly.c frM -id. .C .
H PAID FOR LUNT AKD.I 0.Nco 1 :-in-
m M-DElgoyMsft o a oucnto
MESot -POn, N M 0li e Isialn4C.-- -q "
esh cotton seed, direct from the -Sea Ihads, of
ist of South Carolinajut rce-ved.

M imifluffu9 9cu =
HAMTON JORDAN.As
B-ock, 0


?r oipt A.BemiuBopUe9.r-
Pmp A--nio to -l I-re M


VOM I -. Y-D




Millinery


Beauty and art lar- h
moniously commingled-. -
reign supreme here. Every-.
where the eye beholds some
dainty farici someexquis-
ite design or artistic novel-
ty that is a-thing of beauty
and joy forever" The uni-
versal verdict proclaims
this department to be "par .
excellence," aa ideal sock-.
We are quite enthusiastic
over our spring millinery
and feel confident youll -
enthuse with us when you
investigate our varied and
magnificent collection and,
hear the prices.





Twomey & Hyde.
ims: Spot; Cash-

)ring Normal School.:
hginning Monday, Apri 13, ad closing May 7,- t-e
signed will hokd at Spring Ntormal^ School $eparAttwy
Jmne exaimiatin-. All-the sies reqai~redter~mua^r
wates will be reviewed. For white tec-heisad aad" -- -
iessions will begi at 8am. and colse at 12, and will
i in the Pnblic school building. Tuition, $4 for th -
)r $1.25 per week torless thaa the tem. Br-iat. -
able rates. For colored candidates sessin.wiU IB
om 1 p.m. to 5, in the Union Academy. Tuition jlpe
^jf T~rw~l f~rl~qtift BordfrmnL$2to$110 per
IW.F.YTO Jit5GnuwlYe, Fia.
1~ ~~~ s-gg. .-* inggBBa-,-




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