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: September 14, 1899
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: VID01844
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
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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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SAavarAu. Sept. L3.-Upon the Ie-
part of amead of yelow fever at Port
TampawDr. W. F. Brunner, health offi-
r h ]srs, left at one for that place with
avi3w to looking Pot for Savannah's


i HONORS

A !ERO- OF MANILA


. Kn.xville Jadge Cre ate^ a Sos-c;.-i
S by His Attack on Fraud.-
j 'oTa TE, t Sept. 13.-Judge -C D-
Olark of the United States court, which


Sis in session here, today red the
awni a ..t Sword Presented I pension atomney iy a charge to


f 4 %fected by ttm "nows.
C 1 H I n U U Uff f l r O "~ i 1 ^ ;'a l tssmhn iediate fri e I: *;-. -.. -":
... I-.ULI..- i-L. L. ,r.andMrs. Vanderbilt-L: N,.-.:
*w a--ta-u~* -*****Yesterday 'on the IMtrip of there:c-
AT 1W Vlf! VAflM Gena for Wyekford, where '-

. .. I .Gez aWe --for
_1V UWLW I HM i boarded their private car for New Y vs.
: _________ '*: f OB their departure he appeared in ei-
-'-_-lli- mcell"ent healtheL t ,
Pray Mr. Vanerbit had taken a prominileat
Bau N e -~~place i the smmr life at newpot
island h entertainments have been of tii-|
-' -.- ---mo st elaborate character Since isrt
fillnes in m189t he had lived quietly I
.11 FA ..OS.-A. -hi vis illa during the esumer. en.teoa-
ing lttle bt dirno the pasthe p u eag it
nKamhehad taken a greater interest in
a~kMdIPhu-e, -WereSum- ol V of the city. being es
a- r thijmI4p ui L ndpeciall y intftrested min the Newport Ca-
- "w ----- -r.u eWhsino; of which he wa"fs for many years ]
S xpresdent- -e was 4 regular attendant -







_- -t. - .
m.. at the morning concerts, the tennis
f .:-. tounant and horse. show, and drove
--77 out daily with- his wife.
Sdied at 5 o~eloick this mining He had always a kindly nod or a word
ad hishomeatiffty-aoveatk strac and forhisMuany friends and acquaintances-
Savenue1 this city- Mr. Va-He w ea regular attendant at the ser
vices of Trinity church and contribute
w e d by stroke jargeyteit support. He wasagener-
t "_-al :'j' O R Bt o u or to i o a c h ari ty a n d g a v e
0. A.- HisParm f -.ever pen toad
;- the ff a*nddistressad-in wewport an
n his departure in the autumn each
year lie left L considerable fund for dis-
.i .S tribt.ion among the poor during the
Swo of his children Mr. Cornalius
Vanderbilt, Jr., and MrH Harrv P-iyue
-- Whitney. occupy cottages here-
Wr. VanMfbilt purchashed "The
weakerr" from Pierre ljorillard in ISS4
S-_ii -- an-d cupied thk. e illa until the fall of
1IS, when it was destroyed by fire
Thelfollowiag year Jha began the cm*
s-tractios of the new "The Breakerr,."
Shich is one of the most palatial and-
extensive estates in- Newport, its cosi
' B ^alone being estimated at $lO(Q.XL.

A BLOCDHOUNDS IN.PURSUIT#
e' Negroes Asmault i yougs Wbite
Wo.ma.Near TifowGa.
^^^^ -' **-:- -1" ^<,.^''*- myoa% G&,c Sept. i&-XmraJ.-S.
-Johasos, a young whitewoutan 23 years
Ss -eui. w oea O ld, .accompanied by .her &.ear-old
O.fe fst atttwaai& J*. 1S6. bthe waV picking cotton a short dis-
Mw ct&c whkomuMed. death o& tmnes ftoa her home and nr the town
-d a 1 f entI of Ty Ty, 9 ailes west of Tifton. yes-
terday when two neoes slipped -up
9 w w M. Vazdrbil behind hr aid one caught her arcund
-at- hcii s--th hisi the "lote waleL
ano- R nld, his She scerismed for help, as did her
-^B^lg- -w 1 and parties in the business part
gimof tow heard the ris, but did not
Ib^l eiv aS hit 1fth know what they meant. One of the
mw a wk 't with aM& Wg a heM_-her-wbiJ% tk. otherM.
F I-c-ock lajqdnigjt u e. wt heproach of other.
- ^ ^ ^The-alarm wia quickly given and pos-i
-- aim, began.to, Amemble from every qar
-^ '^|fcB gh^l was with a tn. -O(istable Oliver of Tifton was
Sife with his dogs, and" Sher-
i^SS^^' &** WSto Worthq albo procured dogs
*n m wt frSm1,Tifton with
aiW~-oz g n- A.bouit 1om wel armed are

BRUNNER AT PORT TAMPA.
'""' Yi^^i -- h da r Besih (Mower to Lpk Out For Sn-
W...f-1 1.*uu r>i*.III i mainnre r v-asmk lstereat.


to Cav.im Mlayo Dyer.

HE REVIEWS LONG PAN&DE .

Twr- r~-gimnnts of State Traops, Vet-
-erfus, Nav l U-serves, United States
SArtillef-ry Regualars and Grand Army
Men P.-ss Before llim.
BALTIMORE, Sept- 13-Captain Mayo
Dyer, one of the heroes of Manila and
commander of the cruiser Balidmore in
the memorable conflict of May'L, 188M
was honored by this city today. R, i-
dences and business houses wee gay
-with untring. the streets were jammed
with people wearing "Dyer buttons"
-nd "Dyer lidges" during the entire
day ad all i he ships in the -harbor re-
gardless of nationality, were decked in
his honcr-
-Soon ai'rer bre.ikfast Captain Dyer
was tak-en in charge by a special com-
mittee and entertained in various ways
until l::0 p M.- when he was escorted
to the ciy -hail to be welcomed by a re-
ception committee conisting of about
200 of Baltimore's most prominent peo-
p!pe, beaded by Mayor Malater.
-Meanwhile a procession ompose-1 of
the Fonrth and Fifth regiments of the
Maryland national guard, the naval
corps, the Fifth regiment veteran corps,
two companies of. United States arti-
lery regulars -from Fort MeHenry. the
Maryland divi-ion of the G. A. B. and
many uniformed civic and aemimilitary
organizations paraded the principal
streets of the city, passing the city hall
where Captain Dyer reviewed the pro-
cession and where, upon an immense
platform, 3.000 school children were s
arranged as to form an immense imita-
tion of the American flag. - -
- When the parade had pased,. Mayor
Master, on behalf of the city council of
Baltimore and of the citizens in gen-
eral, presented to Captain Dyer a set of
resolutions commending his conduct at
Man la and his record as an officer, after
which he handed him a magnificent
. sword, also a gift of the city council and
of the people of Baltimore
Captain Dyer accepted both in a spee
full of gratitude.
The sword is said to be one of the
finest weapons of its kind in this coun-
try. The scabbard is finished in gold
-and the bWade is-of damascua steel& On
Sthe scabbard are representations -of .the
coats of-arms of the United States and
Maryland, the battle and Waalington
mfonunmeiit~n& th-cruifr -ai.
and on the sword hilt are -sybol rep
resentatives of the arms of the naiial
service. -The scabbard has aaervic mand
a fatigue bilt:
After the presentation ceremonies the
guest of thejay. accompaed'b ya large
number of the members of the reception
committee, repaired to-Riverviewpark
where a public reception wa. held. A
banquet this evening at Hotel Reunert
rounded out the day's celebration.
A ssinf> Io vii rf vNccac&unc


T -- -- A - I r t 1 N ' 'A, e t -7est- -
~~ ~h ~~ The juestlon of a quarantine gins __
sekosvdaendm r ap.adPr ap h aUI~KPloftsAry n heg ois day =Mftiiaat 3 o'clock Arthur. Turn-
n i-- will deped upon* what isheardfro 1- cuss Combines. bal shok and alnad insntlym ileduI"
VamMltbi *v.h~rmvD. lkunw. UiP to the present tie= CaICAGo. Sept J& -Tomorrow moirn-TY~unge brother-. WarrenI Twuflbul
^^aged^ M- got0 up "dt wea -aw o go -
s-gjjiadir &lf- & M n wor e 'sbeen -received ftrai him ing at lo o'clock the confereune called diL gof uWpaer wet the do get
fordsotar1 btakenCivic w of idrink of water leaving the door opem.
W.'.i' gi ad itoistan Ais wan A -AebytheCi Federation of Chicago to s after hiu brother Artur Turn-
I^SS^^- ^^Ms ILrouaayirShwvr discuss the question-of trusts and corn- bull, awoke, and seeing the door open.
AAW^S.-*:-";~f^*K~^M-^~f^**^ A~ii mpr sxBOO wavaB-pBhowe ver, r '. * ^ niv ghcn*ggoteal
1 E IM W M~y~ -(mhet y the 1,inariomn s their cause and effect and -all s id a shotimn sad oi4 on -the gal--
dib4 Raw" -t usine -cing from that diction and i their various 1 e cal let fired on whia he thought: was a
Me '1raiskft o AUtbePb W beca toburglar standin in she daskimsm a few
note aweISN of 5 the P-ple frm order in Cntra Music hall by ranka fieetway, bu which happened to be
MW tam on tecynpotothat t9 h Iey maybe.led, o
t-iMu i Ilmd. Bresd3nt of the Civic Federation. hi younger brother, Warren. The Trn-.
-s a Itis exrecreJ that when the meeing i bulls are -wel known. respectabe s-n
O .A delgates wibe in at. groes of this city-
AM- in 41a Crps tnm-the Nank Statele.nal -0 _______
A* insm I te -MW3he6MU et &Tb qt ao The Texa delegates, headed by At-
-1^Ms.-l-l ^ -MtAagiein Sept. 1.-iThe Northt tend-nce iall pns f te ~trYt Yickbnrx's XNal Uld a--U t Bo-ey' General Smiath, the- -iadm CHATTASOOGA. Sept. t-C. L Lang-
ezz deor ctes and the Tesnegie delegates. y secretary, and Captain Bigby 1
fct.i -i aph paied today by th agricultural depart- the Latter beaded by Congressman &M t Vksburg, Mis&. Naionl Parx-
ment PFrssmreturs from I,0N carres- Snodgeass, were among the arrivals ____m of *s*Kiing
Sg^. Ud& *M& taek for pAat.itshwaotherhevydelie duringthe day. Edward Romwater ot tarn iharge of I
am the condition of cottna. This" ruyt OAsli. ex zGioerior Orosef teof o. theofrkin that cyInaking
^ lbe- OBtwes"it Mel off 15 pints in Auffgastscompared radio. Secretary and Treasurer of the O"Y551(1.5 oftegvn ?^teev
*i6 k -a *atq W"s with 3ly.annwit deseepoints lKngjrhts of LAbor John W. ayes, Fran.- Mn ow Ockuaga wk sad -Lokow
-100&~gya saTUIT. M s ow s deab^' ^ =2 H
f-. 1 *- hl i giw mdsonM t itAugust -andido. Its sen pt cisB- WThurber and Henry- Whites of mountain i.i i ping the
:ldt. "folpceoa aver- I-SSew York &!s-3 arrived Coloe h W- methods wd nAm of lyn t the
the Cu*g6 Kbksm; -ag w-irToo is tr7, corn B 3 pea! lBryan is expebed in lhkiagoThursday. ground. p Z mandmenS tansda
~ ~ g~m4- utsbb Ra 8 eyond the formiabtiee attendant upons5adetbihngsndvlpn h
^~*MUU - mthi g s ^ IT cBadthe- open-.g of the coaferenceo a*- & t_
uuMIUThu tempt at a program has been mhu
AMW U AX X&.nm -Ala, Sept. l3-Te ve I- noae- will be attempted, the- wo&k In
muousi of rtefu ees fm Lou and that re'si !ect bing leift to she .rmft- ^B^-

r Mi Tai~lini'* T~i- pm on y Sothr- f rWm she opn ions alredy exproal a
pion In t-ly-delegates- who hnave arrived, it is be-
-e -in the north. lieeBd that ne arly a of all of^ she -d
-a ho mi he a lakd while going iiu heSOOt n wew" sie p
Pittha and at l ft, pooed to thbe principle o st :: A
- yeSmuibw i afeeis" Point was S&)owe1bIdiW ItS wh ill she views & es i
th Vwa -~~ Alabamfat -ha are; MV pced- to modify -tft .
waonc-u-:caasnd of the t uferasc. if .ny
~~actki- _ds was____ recomiu~neaioni*is are decide upon.
Sep -& -11b _Q~"U
~e ~ mese tai- SepNi -The CO enti ept. 13-'egotiations
Idl_ he bw -Ht" 7V4,.or the-
--e -AV _f MZfpW~e "rrrT~ly S3Bb*S 3S5o b& Se theT Q MaaKwaf and Rye tBsaeyo i'' ^^pfrnX1
-S ^ -- _- I-- -_lg -. 111 .wc futhe sw _
w, AthsaW-and will meet -in this W- itY-orn __c-w r_ Tb4 p.3r iewlsdes- Sal.
(M& 41 O.4 It was feared, that t t. s imtV prlaperty Wbic will be
at TOf eow faver In Xew OrlMeans tae -I=r, -c riiIonmCal an&
p ^-\;',;- <^NM iS'S*^ C-eke. paul whpch ^-awt??e rawiie 14 fur. U^ .l^jr
we-~~al Ie fmtalo h oms ~'. _


i M IresaSt ft" -M Acts 418&r ote m1






^^^^in-**-' Ut _-"^^^X ^ Va^~s h*melO3ffi SeeaS.a 1-Alderm^an* UC^-ut.c 3titt a^SSWt to elmu tIte~ll NEY L
^3S ~ i? ^-: 3UI E^ ^ CtT.OAns rl.r~~r th~s nomnee K )Lss. asept.w ~S -M. i TUL -PfUAf.I
Th^.'-I' SI F l V IO& ad Asyor ant "Pwrou the iiiial jtxc. in _U V %ad To t
Ofdpmet by # vote 'ueme i-tob ~md
~ Thwmday~ niht. acc~i. cor mka. wtrehe want for she
--o M&F I--- _%KfW N.". TL Hih. h ie sesina nctemue




When ieL a j lecte1t- -I& tiW4d S :s city. T^ I





|J|@^^^ ia minded A^ U* j |r1 u..n~ C.'S Aases as j ^beean a i ya r.u-t *sc -ti-t sastory isa uorj m.,t*^*^^^^^ ^c.
-- Wi -l- merchant ofr ilurris il fr a^ 2
of_ 4. ,~ AND______["'
*-I Iwo IFnem Wiex andd asbe t ____
IRW Whe wa aMia tba-rTbui-~~ n etd

K ONWOR OK rl-sead h*t rni Tuxmg In pi*.enger Yo. Ii. du

~4 L lima tn Mr. 1c.,,i wlls form~-siMr lr"s.
eti~.s~dTm SSM. vi SeP M-NO newceMcsyan a
-Ts wams m toeve b~m ct w imn t ew nd
t*- I A..:8 lat thwe he e IS bl it. X* dita ~


PEARY GtATL FINR-- =- SERVAT GIRS ilnr EMAND.!-
. .R .. I 1 -lfl rr UilOR -Minne"ot Cam s- Soath to Get a S!
-- em." ~tie
POLE IN FEBRUARY 2, 1=W.
..... ",-"'l"" 3"p a Mninn,. isnow working i je u- goag mw
the south to collect as ma v negro giti g .. -. thman that to
Lieutenant to Stay at Etalih as he can to take them to Minnea fa, ----- e twv
where there is said to te a woderfui -- -- i"
.-.g ie W-. ter. searc.i y.of servants for- honahold worm.--.- ,n -a w.aS
-" It is his intention to get te xt of ae. *i .. v* t t
IS (COXPORTAIILY H ~n hthem ii Baron Rc.e and Saturday in the ben in
4spasF4DsedABL- OUED -rougn te.ciy nruted e Saa lte om4Mfo


the grand jury. He denounced pension
attorneys as members of a trade -in
whichnaot so much is done to aid hon-
arable and worthy soldiers as. to put
upon the government payrollsandeause
wto be supported the grossest.. kind of
frauds.
Judge Clark referred to the recent ex-
posures of pension frauds made before
his court at Nashvill, saying -in some
instances the tran ons brought to
light were al disgrag toailivai. He
said it was doubtful if any other well
managed government suffers such a bur-
den of fraud as the people are bearing
by reason of the abuse of -the -govern-
ment's justly liberal disposition to dis-
abled soldiers and their f-aifies. -He
continued:.
"It will be a happy day-when law
shall establish commiasions and elimi-
nate the vocation of the pension attor-
nely."
In private conversation the judge is
maid to have warmly espoused the cause
of Pension Commissioner- Bran&. The
judge is a Democrat and townsman of
Mr. Evans.___________
A PENSION BOND ISSUE?
New Grand Armye mmanaadrWanta
Veterans Provided oe,
XxwYoRK, Sept. IS.-AlbertDL. Shaw.
the new commander-n-chief of the
Grand Army of the Republlic, said last
night:
"A great deal of my Jim will be
given t o pension legiat The old
soldier is entitled ' actingg considers-
tio&. What -the pension roll is large!-
The uAnion soldiers saved this nation.
Their reward should be commensurate
with their services.
"If the burden should prove too
heavy. I am in favor of a patriot pen-
sion bond issue, so that only the inter;
est would have to be met from year to
year. Let posterity meet the bonds
when they may mature. Why not?
The country was saved to posterity. It
is only proper that a part of the burden
should fall an posterisy."-
SLAVES CALLED TO- MEET.
Vauiban Will Exptl1 li. rpnslom
Se40. Lat 3lei9hi
Min'is, Sept. 133-"Te -National
ex-Slave Pension Club association" is out
with another call for a meeting to be
held in Memphis on Sept. 2& -
In the circular announcing the gath-
sWiug it is declared "it is expected that
lU(M delegates, including old ex slaves,
will visit this great convention of ex-
laa, ate-., ami -itfurtler etv-, forth
that "Hon.wB. Vaughan of Washl
igon. Q. will be present to give
every member of theex-slavemovement
satisfaction as to the true status of the
ax-alave bil, of which he is the only
ii r;o ,- _-. . ..;
--A meeting of this organization was
C-led for Memphis during the spring
months, -but nTody appeared to be
called to order.
Thought Mrotber a Burglar.


Dewey. which isato be signed and -at- -- -
tested by the esideu& and clerk. en-1 COTTOa I zSTa XS.u.
gro-Idin Luitable manner bythe cerk N V -::s '}e i. c tionEN
aadscvyed taoNew Yorkby President Jadawy 6- 5- i ii
BRathptand IL W. Reeke 8j.4 John' .. -i -14 LC i I
. Be a of M t board and there W pe- s 4. iUii'
nented to the fzmnous admiral. M_ 4 u e'|UUlAs
Ni w *p-C'psy rifl. j -^ ^3 a r
BiiuxseaA. Ala." -. ps., -;er 4-.--, -
Dimmaick Pije cpany wa orguaisld 4 &T t1
hew today by 1) P. B [b it. ,. E. t-s - tS.4tl-r U
Dimmuk.- FT-. Shook-. Chas a -riotUe L -" S (
mtd 2.s with a -,pt al tock ofV&l;..-! t cout xliw.wit as I 6- ,I
0 T-e cG any w bow ald a o-t- .. ..i i , j --
IFQa piep plant intbt of tl.u0 ; wild em;y uez- ". N
gP. T imnck s he xi.4et. ', ^. 'pt^ -s -IL


HV the form of-fcoo&
,what VoD get out
of it in the stepe
of CM&s Aak k
Sourised hen
las no eggs.
rhe -differe
_bet wee a the
mid ber chicns is tha'
>e caa take id toils wbat sie does nat
hT fGVira-f anrsbment tor
iy. izat se can't. Sooer or
=n -rn es it freaks down.
ng mzgis of phas-ica break-
ong ot hs adacte weak
ileace, pain in mde or bae,.
hin.- palpatatiom G the
'are a clisome or the iw-
derakggemedt of the ,sbom-
s of diestio6n aand. aitd-
me sure reiaedv for tis co-
Pierce's Goidr& Medkat
iich strengthens hw bam-
the blood and uaorislb
es the nerves.
. Barbatm of VcwvAr*ie. rimew
wiitcs: K i c tak-
au* Ii. aixI F Pticow-er I Ja -
b ^Cfcnct 2 hawc xzutoa*
- I sriag w" wtthe
Cr111tuic Hiuw 0 13. Apr er
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th fe ale Ae 1 a
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Von apised me t me DC,
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----- -.-.-*-*",he passed through -the city enrorwe Uj- .c~s
Louisville, where he went to interview -
Arctic Club's Chartered Steamer Di- raL-road men on the subject of -choap ---
-I rates from Mississippi to Mwneareas. --'
au& Reaekes Sydney, Cape Breton, r htes fr min-firjscterptoitpltf-!n^^*^.
After Having Carried the Stars and | senger officials that it wa- bia shome toe p "
Stripes Far to the Nortt- g. Bif- at least 1,000 ntgei w ls-tike
I noriu wfth hiaiL He says it is ahna-t --
SYrS, ,C. B.-Sept. i.L-The Peary impos-able to secure wiite servant in isme r'w U-.-
Arctic club's chartered steamer ]Iams inneaohs and that those who are at ae stie ai
1 arrived here today from Etah, orh reeving as high a- t.0 er pum'ack in t!
Greenland. Aug,. 28 with all well on month. ereabad
board. Lieutenant Peary and his tw| Tae reason assigned for this cindit'oi1 later thte noa
companions, with nativeal ies, were left affairs is that the white giri whh:. The wai
in -excellent,- health and -, piri- comfort- have been doing household wor have I down ae am
housedet forthe wimth gradually married off and now -are r'iu
ably .hose for the winter, wit i pro- porous and it is not necesary for ini difficult bea
visions for two years and an amtle sup-1 to do nouseh ild work- h Tt. ee
ply otdog food, lM walrus having been r "- dicaions of a
killed since Aug. 2 for that purposes. I MLES ON RECENT TESTS.& ach and erg
Peary will remain at Etah until Feb- I i thin. The-o
ruary. whn wi.-m a sporting parry of 1 'rj itiie mtalaiis i*i x'. ,dition isa Tbr.t
natives, hie will go to Fort Conger and i .t-TV-%.'-ay L-l'-. wDiscoerI. wl
thence begin his journey to the pole I EwT Yop. Sept. I&-Major G utri ach. pifies
either by the Greenland coast or IromIJ adlat night of the recent teat ad igo
Cap Hella, aseondinasmaydetermi.ne. - I x hl j artha
creaoiry.- Herbert B guan of 1 at -- St ndy Hook of high explosives as F G .viL,
Th pm ce'Gnu
Peary club, in command of the Diana| p e I B-
expedition, leaves for New York tomor-. I -The purpose of these tests was to as-_ aot- express t
row morning, takingPeary's. full report i certain the force and power of new a.ex-. these aeda
of his last year's work and maps of his plosives, the effect of coneisos swell di S i "
discoveries. as the power of breaking projectiles tog d.ve t r
In his nomenclature Peary has be- fragmentary piece&
stowed an honor upon the Peary Artic -The possibility of throwing igh ex-ai. & I.
club members. The farthest n(r land plosives through armor plate was a cc
beyond Greely is named Jesuplaud l ested with safety and the fact wai Y= for w
honor of President Morris Jesup of t*e demonstrated that projecdies cxam onts -l
b.- A ay 5s mile in extent with a ing high exlosives ca a be thrown Ion cda m cu we
deep opening south of Fiord, was named distances 10 1 and 14 mileosmi fact as -_t4
laanon- bay and a mountain ,700 feet far as it- is pooble i to throw' any pro- W...
high near its head Mount Bridgman for Ijectile from any kind of A gun- .-
the secretary and treasurer of the club, "Each trial and test thus farhas been PROF
I Arsctively. which are on the east side entirelyv satisfactory.- The M ts proe!'
do thedivide of .-Grinnel and are Bene- that projecnies obtaining the most d i
diet. Sands and Barrith glaciers. Harms- strucie high explosive ca a be throi n THS.. r- xII,.
worth hill and Flagler bays. any distance with sufficient force ti KI
Mr- Bidgman also brings Greely ex- penetrate armor plate." K
peditio Bscientific records and private --- I .
papers of members of that party and a .-rice B cstvd sextant left at Reoiulte harbor min 1876 Pa1s. Sept- 13 -At today's .camiut k.r
by Lieuteant (now dmiral) BeamnmcYi
of the Erlihexped ition, brought by the premierM. Waldeck Jy 5 I.
Lieutenant Loekwood in lIfS to Fort ean, muiformed his coeagues that he - .-- -
Oogew, and all recorded by Peary at the i had received reports from the prefwts
latter place lais May. Records of Eng- otf the various departments which ieOtE
sh Cirs on Normon Iockeyer andI showed -that the verdict of the -en.es
| Washington Irving islnds are also sent courumartial had been everywhere re- ju&r and
by Peary to the club ceived quietly. Up to this howr i 4. fo1our ol
The Diana'a crew occupied 52 days {p- nL) it is presumed toe council tok |dered on tb.-
and over 5,000-milee' steaming. of which no action in the Dreyfus or other -eas- [IlS. by v"ih*
1,700 miles were north of Oape York. ten of great importance. It -was oneo fot C -rti tI
without detention of any kind b ice. Ithe frequenotmeetings held by the i b-1 t F orid. i
She ared the stars and stripes to 79.1- inet and was not hurridlyMe d. being I Achu i.
aepees farther north than any Amen- announced several "ays ago No spe- Ima p#. a>
m ship iM W9 Poiram- .. .. -- iartlmpcr s ,, -12-ckd-.:_.,-it N estaI ar
She w-ill return inmedi ately to St----- .n--B-
116B X iF.. ber home, port,- and Ed U Badreft Write to<* 0-f6 defndnt a
oat of commision- The Vram was last Rn ers, Eraf.c Sept.1 -Ma ihie a eu
am A 1 fat i rfM h returned her.a. 'vid ree, I Twill
dhodig north his brother this morning i p.is. fore the cou,
-AY BACK FROM O4M OLULU.j He found him still bearing up we"L fCmaIa. ". i-
---- The prisoer has received -am e.or-o..., 'A -
Ho Pr-dicts Territw l r.ten of I number of letters Pof sympathy I B sn t .S
Goarrnment For Hawi. Saturday and he pames the p greater par!td "4 Go
SANsFiuscisco, Sept; l. -Among the of the day i reading thm. S to e
psienger amn the steamer Australia at a1.Yea- nof A i therefor, bt
f aro. noll today was Daniel A. z B m .. A ek.. p wa of a"US,!
Bay. O -the T a gof lacUs.
a ere.afed 116. has ju"tdied ticularir di.',
i-i-- M ofthe United Ste.w o has Y piantanao near bm. She ad That mpirt ofr
speat two monh in Hawaii Uinveti- resided there for tO yeaM accordhlag t
aiff the labor sit"ion- ad other -- ---- and p
matter for the ILra tiani cogre -ional T-l) IN A tA R AltH. iSe u v Sr,



m iin,.m I of *wit cii'..4
The sireet zraway ofwkviai a, Gi 1
fMr. Bay has visited all of the islands Ala, have <-uznbtxed. keet 'ri'm tbhe
and ieany owners and gaer of An exo-'us caat 1ers fre sA t lh a 0 5i4 r
Ihe sgar plantations.Te He ias of t r s osfe



,. almi .w 4 t C u.m i r heapi ab-em t
OpiBAoathxtthe-3nobdn'of the labor wwlr mA^ fp W 1e'el
problem is th employment of fr-d Twelv ef the feet. an4 tse
[white la "and predicts that co.'gr w hip ds .t. st- .. pi .t f .i
at fa-or rhe ifands, in accordance Ma, r&U. e .
with th. plan already outlined by the 1 An uncensored dispatch froms Manila pc
"oo-nau n. i says General Whes. t only omtasi a--
i ce. e4 of ,-fc-a. - i si aent to active duty after anromI AI)IINI
A^^f lcM ~. IdiSpae with Otis. a, h'ua
| ~a f Giuso, U Sept. ta.H~ry I Cabs a laduing wspaper of Mate- .J ^^
Wasbinfftc, a negro, was ocasmitted to | s, which ndvocatw iminy amon jS ^,
jai ysterday, without the beneft of j stoe Cubans and Spaniards. ku *u 'the^ ofae Mu
bail. WMalitiate B. B. P~gnm. amaldOsWoingi to of wot 1r*"
chafga of munrdering his wire. Lucy It~ aItLost certain am *stars will heto ced4* I he
Wasbingtoas He qumreled with hx j mad. *hin cOBgr wesu to withdraw I^ ^1
- t o~a e fhv~ bruicen h is I se support of skis gowvuasme frm | .-n aci TI;.
|rifl. H.enidedt shooting her Uodeath! s he Part<(expositio because of she vw 'w ^w~
with she rids. Therew a5 5 eyewit- 4 didt in she Drrucw
seesf eadant v~s tt A~i A Mobile aad Ohio tuulgbz- taia was|?
wa_____dBa_ I wreced at Buide. lila,. meegal am4 --^-
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ThE DAl SU' YAlFiSViLL: FILA SEPTEMBER 1, i899.


A - k. T- e CL-AsN r'P. They beat government by Injaa- (E- 1- TA-
--s' -- ... ... T sold I- n tion in Rennes. The judge simply _

- +^^ ^ = B | -'^ -: -. . " W- *.."M .- A _- -.'-. m _
This --l be-- the order of 'the day. makes the -law and appli k -it to salt "
--The papers- n|-,1vCs le all over the state ore hp e a i" ea s" "s "E 1
S- --. n t m pealing to the people to put their -- .-odwhI wastes no time in an E ffort to make B W I
U.H. cCgEAKY, Eitor mum& iPum"Um homes in good sanitary condition,and ijear that lia law conforms to the VIA
_______________________these appeals -should be responded to~anamaw uot
principles of justice- '^COTTON DfIPAR~lET g
by every citizen. The people of Flor- p . -.stice COtTON psepr'r UI an Ct
Ofie6 ia Porter Belock,.___Wae
--____-_____, __,-- --_-__-__,._-_ id have for so long a time beenex- A - 00K hotel, O --_ -... -' A RAPID
ioempt-- from- the prevalence of yellow -f the cheap hotel built by phi- .- -I." .... ...--D --
TKLEPHONECAL4.- fever that many of them have become U or IS t -
not only-ne,leetful -but rekg i an topt
- 'TH- TILY'r-d pnberi- every smorning- "so bart be built in Chicago, where one can -..
e i are -e loki after tloee -essential needs for *
: i- _i..J.d to :any i part th option of thee public health. eagod highest cash prices Ai Rfor S sa C I
-4~#~ postage-free, bor 45-WG a year; six
miat --t; L-s three onths; or 56 otS for While this ls natural, and a habit p ropori,
; f^^~tr~i~dvae. ^ t fit nt, ui3byno ess l _____10- _____edo ln Correspondence solicited by wire or fiaimvIfe
___________________easy to fall -into, it is by no-means in_____ m seed or jifli,.n
-f.BeadiaiRUAfS- in foeal column 10 cents a safe. In this state, especially, we I th e Britisher hopes to win the mi. l. u_
-. t'r. ez-w ideri_ hould at- no time-do anyting.in the -.- _- cup he should haete._... --_ ._ "-.- -.._____ ____..-" -



.- -. :.:=m~ A = a -it souldnot e Ame ria' cu be shul hav th 6 'i E E P .M H A vr [u
Rats displayed -l-ertieientath least calculated to iite a visitation T rae sailed of St. Patrick's day in Uthe -- --- --- _---- "SL
laowan application. of the yellow fever or any other con- morning. That is the day Sam-roks
-- T-_ + I.i a. ,po,, 4 or epidemic. disease-It- fast- in any part of the United iHyt- Ki iet. ,
-.: - oitn--r.p uis e very To_. ay-_ and extra haz-ardous to disobey dte sani- _-te r I .,1 1 11
-ariisy a,.I cutaims all the setts ot #he________
--fristiF. tary, laws. While should be grati-
bias-o, tag lre-1oany part of tiheUnited fled to be fed to believe that we will The sultan of the Sulas will not he -- IyI
$1mso asdltS. avear-4a advance- e PM
______________________. '..- spared the v isitation of the fever thia allowed to coeet an of the revenues .. .F .
g ^Alladvertiiing bills become -due ter year, we should not forget the fact of the island. It may be expee d. C Jnhnu *uu J uuVi, Fca -f
W1 -- earance of rdvertisement, unle that-we havee made a very narrow es- that some Ohio man will take cIharge -tl-nl I t.'wiestipulated in contraeL -artie. nOt wierm hw r - aily
k U:.wt.t -us wi-l b- rei u ireto pay for ladv .- cape. The dager, however, as not of that new oob. Street Car pass the door for all railway station_, A V. & W. /,
S- :. B.. Ae yet passe and it s-od .t e -. and twminal ELEVATOR, ,TEAM HEAS-everythi n-
- :FL--ID-sary to urge cleanliness ,n the part Corneli as Vanderbilt died of paraly first-rl_. Wil op-en Novembera 1at99. American -Plan Un-y-
_ r-_ _ I"of those who. have everything to lose ais on Tuesday afternoon at his re-l-
A D--[----- --- andnothingto gain by neglecting&a denceinNew York City. Hisdeath erritt's Hotel Plaside.Main
_____-____ -OLn At . v. -1, 8- ._ et
______ dAprcMrQiE. uty incumbent -upon each and every was sudden with little warning. After Nov. 1, l89i, solelyou the European
Te- .... l.. f h-- -- ...t.. t ni- citizen. Not only for the preserva- "- -- -- 1.A8 3
-The problem of how beat to dim_- .- t -MK m ~AI l *I. -
Iiih crime seems no nearer so'ution tonof health. but for other-reasons, A Chicago syndicate has offred ESABRISHD 1 ________
now Lhan it has ever been. Po. sume we trust G iesvile wil be made Dreyfus $4000 a night for 50 nighteor --
'-^.-':' -\ r~nor other, the ends of jmiftie r .lal n '^So a)oot ont~ircade.l F DTO ^ 0
Sthe winter season will be upon us, and lure in case he is released. -F D T T n
- - A e dem ic of c*im e ~ with it w ill com e an influx of strange 0 i n i t s I
A-n e.p -dem-c of crime prevails in e. I 1 r 1 1 " I r I L Lr
Sa, e a era, and- on their ac countAs well as Cleveland 0 is not in the south- .. -
-ari- pa -t.of -eor -is well -a I -s !1 tn -I I! l il l i 1 l
.- -- -- om-e potinso Ftor annte our own, the city should be made I and ye t the newspapers to the north of ______- -___ I.
--- "o-6 portions of Florida a-d ln other ,| L- e -- ------.. .--.-I
.. t -attractive and healthful as possible. -r e claiming that the town is- n -a
T- - -taes. T-outlook fIaor an mh a el tnces. u r cai ha tmown s in at I aeno e _BanigBu- o b uandselFori ai ome,-
S mI.tted -with im pun ity despite theoffotlo fo' m rk av ii anarchy. .* -eange. Theaec--ts- Banks, Bank-ers, Corportion, Fa...ers, er- I!
piotal the varou interests- of ra .Teaawt takBnLmI
Sforts-of mast of tLe officers of the law ment ol aIllte varous01 chants and others received on favorable terIs. Special faciliiie? for Ials
-and id defiance of public opinion. ts ciy an suronding contry The Manila censor is charged not to makingCections en al aceeseible poinsIn thet Sted il. prepared to 1
- The generality of people are 4peace- ou -- L. .. ....e th allow th e escape tof any fact calculated I metH.-F






[~~~~~~~~~~~~~~a 19 ou poer - L ...L ... P-_-..,- to facilismvetmate thoe phO 11 g. I
fqI l aw-abidinv and believe in -hur a i r p t f;r b 'and we h o ul do to ur the McKinley administra- CAINESVILL - LA. Union eleg
government, blt their w-i.. es are ig- rssof the forward cement which tion."d_. .__________..._---__-- -_ .. _ __







- L .. -. - es -. de op e- of--
ore-_- ...li- -m-J ei tedr n -is being made in the development of _ _. _- .. | i
those resources wbich will contribute There are only four cages of yellow JAS MN ,RAHAI. President GKO. W. HYDE. Vice-Preident
Surely teew come a timewhnad tfhiN"- aaI
hewill be a &changed condit-i -o tof the growth and prosperity of tis fever in New Orleans, -and- the -general ... i i ...AII
affars.-T.w-aidig ctizns ill city. Besides being*a duty we cannot health of 'theecity was never better.I IflII
^ ~ ~ TMAiig-lzn wil notS,^ ThBi^ a e.o ^hchc ^ ^e.e Fi lrst -Nation l B nkU A
:- +-- -- -, - --afford to neglect, nothing 'wol iof h *.. woud'
-- always tamely submit to imposition at n ,h in Of 401P Wr,.- "_
moreJsubtantlal -benefit to Ga{ines It's the easiest thing in the world to O GA.IN~vIXJ.&.
thelands -or 4 few -b-old, ba vaene
We lie.ve it is within the b s than to put-the city in good sanitary forgive 'an enemy who is large en ugh
reasd assert that the limit cgor. Clean street ales toicommand yourrepeet Only Chartered Bank i Alachua County,
WSW* -:: -.--. -- 6-so cpi& ..ha Im-the limit oef t oe-co m n you " "" -
herane ha alost eenreaced, and the abatement- of gall stenches are
-:. -be.lronilmme tsal most been reached. -^ .... ", : + ,A ,_,-__.,_, T
necesit fo th supresio ofattractive features which -should not _______
cr the character be overlooked. Besides abating nuis- Want f Waf CAAL - - - - $50,0000
becomeances6, it would- also -be an excellent-
:tthotghifu and serious Idea for a- many -of oar citizens who a ffe te SURMLUS AN UNDIVingD PBOrns IN -
..m.n c..heora t and justa a certain as can afford It, to arepaitt their houses, Do" -e. u-i wah ci A!ND .1, ,^ "",
co.- mv-dera _i aus jlss, astce taaei,. Aieei-. t-lIy n r _i e q!. |l
"nees q ithe mother invetion" repaint orh h their feneny casss of poor helh aeconwof B
wilwaadmens be advised to Let us not only clean -up but make n s i of watch- b- utAYIOR. caierl.
puih tosewhocomit hes deds.many improvements as possible so asfans.Bi fou epOLES
pn44h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b those whocomthee-ed.
- T hfe stu m biin g-bl o c k s a nd t hper wy of v visit u s d u r in g th e eo m in g w in p a e n cln
wilun-olf adpap~ il beour blood n thiefn
preooved. Theomassesa of the -eter- steal your 5outhernI...
ar~oused"*, when fobearnc DomS~im
are low to move, bat wil~lheyi e 'tp3From one pulpit in Charlotte, says The one effective, natural blood puri- UJfV 0 S
the Observera prayer for the martyr fier is Hood's Sarsaparila. I e r IVVl L
-re". to be a virtue, they will!moe of the century wenst up lunday ., Rev. Wa"-fptnf$. -S
_- ^~eBelfiT ^rez mueBod^eelotef-- ___________________* Porter BI

-1Th lw tb enore an heH- Odit -Church, prayed for "the lone with pimples on face and body. Hood?' --.-
ons aie ut ^ie made oBdios lse risoer on Frenc sol htafi As(r Crdm emaety et Excellet Servie EvOfer ed Out of Florida. ._
^.^ acithsmast ei mad ooa ee_ .- a-. is h,^^.*- loeart-rkn~~ed w~~nTas trpi&Hnd'a.* Am L|J'EE VV^iI I
lusfulbeats in huma shp lu yi- AT whose ren flw the blo1htws 1~~5
% e UhM10 rde their ht will the1 S v ay God e aa a A T J Cnm 1 W1-=
--Y with imDr. with ti e throat made Fe yervsa I n. _____r_______


W -r .- .el8auf3 .utcn nn .^ children, as he, an innocent d y- l vi atpd o p^:- i etpationof thirhl~lishdes sapartl coroe b^^S%"'oth tismtbh s t D3LWUfl 3O~tX DININGWW^ K OARS, 18
ant a^ rape ae rimes -^ manwW O~n^ m agAa gosfrhapioe nia x-bai svr o& m w
K2^e ^ l c^tmpat, hat escap deposed au^ may ruler wh fea the ----- -'------
from ;punIl~hmt~nt 'oTmmt Lord sit in the high corts of jutice. BX f*P *fiWYRAPHjM L mD ? I
th^butl-n Mood deeds Is sick-~ef Wilt. Thoa, ohi Lord, deal with this -^ IRfBS U YORKi~l Y^BFLOIDA^" LiMriTE."Lt~y t~~t~.Dwo~o y
^S^ 1 T~It. aml, if enocd tlM ^y of Jtaii ^d inrnocnc, may Ni>41 roi& w- tt~eriale: hM~ll~| *0TH3 ,ffW IaLnTDn" l10
^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~T lbsaw affe it^ fefocd be swp fro its.-. place- amn ithe __ __ __ __ Mt~t xw~t Tw io^f~rra "CB iia.- __

ifjutcei doe accor*s~ding "t laIF,^T the^^S land^ *^ to..^ rueI ntefero o "E
haged no mate what^ ^ the^ ^ ^ .. cost.^ ^ ___________________________- I


Y -: I- .skh o eld he permitted to screen .. ... Ca.m.,- I g'b II i" -TM%-L&-d -,a- _..
- - j- the gu" l ty. Th eir punishment - t Mr J. .C.- Stocton is ntoneUd a. I 8-- --t vlb_ -. a- .. -80rtd,. T
_0l iotcetlthe poev as a probable candidate for governor, - O IU ^i
and the Pensacola- Journal says: 390. ~
The n-Pishment Of' the uilty mBIw.
l~e O~ddiki~I ~ .L hateer mghtbe said of Stockton's NEWu W WOA PIL.~
j'awk ;. m -addfhici-s- l crime- It is toe . la ...I. i m " "-- .. __-- L is th 04W r1 1
-t ....o rm -inalsat.- te, p uc candidacy t would posess- at least at.K 1%.sgh !** .ll Plma SIfpia l CTS tUm puli
an. in oae element with', which the other =60 Cgo andAshfl, Vth
S all-caseswherethis IS ca dedata -do- not seem- to be aw eIted -' aI zo-oi -IN S "
vizr: Pepl wo-l know -w -here he "LA OF__
it-sJlf as_ to-r e n a r e to theol l v ado ption of the national -. .
'- at..-- of m -, theriie- ti ,hold tands and whit to expect when it A -Don le Da+ Iatny te TaSl" l NO., iZZt I gL
-m _- ,,, .-._ ,,. .., ,,s .,,.,.- prvn a _ec:r No_ . -, . . .
o::f suc" mockery of js ti-e_.-- ... "- "" .v
St uer r rape is eommihted n platform and the. nomination or te S a aM.. ..-
.. -M t- y the e ncandidate for the president. The . a m i I- .. . . ..
Opmmuulty,~~~~ th-epentol candidates. may have Ideas uP-

ot+"m -u to wo the mdubji bt t ot ing-- 3.W. puTli Aea P A. W'-B J. Bul -+ M- W
n yet iern Informed -to that L I.L 0M. W.A. TMLHA3Dltef GAIN
pir-f- the -de, t pu -is ahedo a- w 't h e-s -- "s- t-A.
COW | l t w la? w t be m ajesty o l -n-- ----_ ..W. .. t fuu i.i-



and-- -even _ ..,e.--n. O t buildlm o"'"~ -++ t t... ..1
Sa@ n she6titl h upheld, thought San Francisco started several years ______________ GA1eESV 1"^ t mw 1, 1=
---- -- o es .. - la s -t .-l,- -,.00 city hall p A rpi
-government be invoked to reach t6ths time she has paid out W0 14_ ^n m
hs ben- mde for the job isnt aiished yet, and she IOPSYIJ ,IIUI Ha._
--- been .. .m e for -- IS .eri _o nstlosll eruto their -...on i- | \ | 1 r
n :o a nt Ift the ourts If she wof',t h -to pll it down I& I M Ai
a officer- -. -- .. ..-__-" "-of __ g -. th "__ -_ : .-_._______b___ -___
-. ttrl.td -sty npusahed. bim '- TA D D. T- wwill b 11 H A --I ..S
boei i nuio ihhi h~ euet tn pt-mhe".. orgat ns red.. -m e e I i a tohlaw, It ts ta I.a&J l11
_.. h tm is a"1 u wdir h in th de tI... of the L ie ft ir i ioI' I 1- - m-
ridN Y O U R tEo I si G

ca; bar,- i -a. m nurd merer g. in Jho --fu to stn up t ei.cr "on / ea /in to law. "t ile 1319-M_+ "" i -I ..
.-- m y. and the ole o tha owth e trepOnents are anxious s s Iq OD- t- 4 +1 County tIoIiT
ntt wllyw nnt be rteov|g proj C o t have !acl prit &ed detecribed land. to-wit: wv -
prott ,e a murder IeUscal* 1-4Q. W.7. for Wes 3v |S
'aw. . a- Robertson. ao^it to A. raO -
laintesvlle, SectbonS 41U. apl r 3
-...... i. _i ....f. t ow that s u - Dreyfu *n .. as Ta B
.id ."sea.imea.a-ty or any other is to Mno- T. tlv- dlha. t rfu" wiat TaIx M 30" l
&IN-s be.:-_: ~~h o h d l _ardO K --butr iotta ti Aftera- I the on_; aw uI. IIII -t l-l mI..MWII.-
causc'sbou scrme the ma -who cuts Prosd. tnot untl aethe e braced f MS J
tra or pt a+ ble "into t he council of r I evision has met. It is i Mfls N a Sri ""Io "IIn s. ..f. Said i I a e _
Stho -or~A putsI- a baolet -Into the Witness my hand and otial seal ths 2S I TBla
ea+r ha t of ah.anbein . rged as a measurBe of pwificatlon. -lT o A"ut A 0. -
bmd er'. -tr o*f fi t a human being.- C* CDiErKOt. i I -^ - -- Qa -
-: l -,arfu re- .1ibiity rt.. upon STTI orr .io.CTVorTi.E tI i f I I na,,I i- : F.
^ tho who-e di S t 1 to proltect law- LCASc CorsNTV { ---i I i it V
Madlaixe-iti from the bloody hand e-K CHAEY makes oath that JImes ell ,
be Is-ithe nior partner of he o I -
of musin and th' b"sual assault C &MjE, AN ~1.j.O E ____________
: I. .. ^ -- .. I IIrI P } NE^ ^^ ^ i : r -^ --ir : --
- the t is-th iy of Toeoi s Ccounty and ..tat NEWSPAPERS &ad -tro the an ... .
MTh CouTl 4rt4-s1 'he a|S.,J of' the aforesaid, and that said Irm will pay I PAL
law dmsbant prottoJiou the tum of One Hundred lafr Al kindT of ICh CLD DRIn? -
the Madeer cg ofof a athave been using doh'-n J MALI
thel~care o thirdutes canotbeCure&i by the U.Se Of BA'LL',q Pm& ~-Si Squa j P. gj,-
_y : .,yltewbut, the SAeW CATAa Cl. Ix p.,mo the best jugt -
a -it f .y. the -Bvernaet -of FRA&NK J CU -i-Y -M easily as Ior Our -.ce .."
Sb _iV F tes ws t t SIr o fr m s- Ii d NOTIC61. s eI *It r aSOfl teI-t" "it New& sYse
-it m pe -hi sSbdyo ite- To i -a : .up-to--te pr cia"SS WOk. -" at
AMber, A._ D. Ig TO notUit M m 60010"r: t
uarina ~or th"a Si feet betwea .tAs 1 .\otary p of the estsae of IMIa A Wmion.. are prompt. Ofrwork Phia<
*t* 1 fmW herI- ,d&eweaed, I will.,o the j5"~ 40 Ls. I nd B
s few itohe yaof WuB- alm Catarrh care is takS later- January, tfrther
1 a*mE.erya-datto wed hi-. two- manl ,Iand ats- directly on th _blo- tml of may eaou troI- e and anohazn e by t ru _-
ya- od -e ~ ua-s- --or s u rm fL- the a- sending us a tria -er. l._
for estmoelI.,treecoay, to the em u of. Florida*an
Ia!*nb the 75Iri, and. the %Wt raw -IF CamYRY k C~x a* forom
tire"d oe the holdse. Hals 'mbv P~kw &__ b trt5u .v.xnz-,
The-Cde l* a *:: i.Lai^^tit: na It Pr ~ lfKM to. rc ^ *- > ___________________________
ligue ^*^hin'^ ^ SL^ ^1" rs? ~ney witn -M TUlE SALT M in WEEKLYven SN,
erllTiMo Of tHe Eni'peas nation pt^- '? 3E AMU LK INusAT 1.3----.K--- C t :* -_-'*"-- .*__
-!I) tte peeparatieuAp for toa. -i kro"ah wfm the msey amis -aftws--' i
d zbft. thi^ the heath aAngfII io faIA -. K- W r
BAt -:1 -11AAII
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o represent the National Suretyud Oany 1f New York, aed
take-appucaions for ,ONKt of all dmeripthOft. Offee in d
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lay fixtures, etc. Call at office aid
get prices.
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one of our specialties. We have
thauid a complete line of stationery.
iere is no class of job printing that~
Cannot (o0 and our prices are as
w as can be found anywhere. We
aike a specaiaty of Pamphlet work,
Ld would be pleased to make you
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DLLE AND CIDAR KRY. "A=MmlUL ANX TA" i"INTE.
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-- Be brews Begin Celebrnaf Tng tS.

All the Hebrew stores in thia city
I -; lod their do yesterday afternoon
S''Ian"- wi remin eloed all of today in
celebAation oYom Kitppar, or the

That T every e may form some idea
-- h great da weippblla"A4irt
S deeriptoA from the Times-Union and
l Ci:tizen reatie to the affair, which
BMy ; prVeW f-iinterest to every oe,-
minore especially the Hebrew popula-
I lion, whotake part in -te ceremonies:
rV;m-u cl ^^SaaaKAgrtatC o'clock tonight,
anti extending throughout the day te
morrow, the Hebrews of the eity will
S devote celebte the penitental dy
O-c ~ their refiioa, the day of atonemenit
-- ka- #as- YOnLK ipplmr. It t the abe -

^tora to etasf a entifrely:from fO fdfeoa w^
l tfhetweaty..u-bia rujaid-g throu
nw oes guilt- to expiatio and final
atee. Mention- is ade of it In
LetIacwus, -xvi, 30, in. the words, "For
0 n thisdayd he will make atonement
-P far yaY toeleanoejou of all your sins;
b before the Lwd J eaall -be leanused."
-^? A's i tcr~ 349 A~dathis halltbe
nty9 itraI state to nbake


f" lor al theirans, onc 4vjy arjea
ive dqs gjlater, onB Septeon mer 1% is
celebrated the Feaat of the Taberna-
1:e known so Suecote, which means
bmthn'-bo Ite lBasfoattiral Bmm~t-
lag^ the wf-i-i- tlsraelutds n
h- e wikiernE i-tand -the ^t-i -when


tNeY were-eapelld to live l- rade
hnts amimiaeattobethe Heb.rw
anks1givi g- periodW At oae ime
a Smth wa- tbhf-rar vst festival, bA t

| W of aor it has loot that algulfit
Sewar a-isMent t be a. purely
t- htofffrical festival. Thisfestival lasts
fm- igh"t e-ad d concudes witn
what is know a the Sbmini Azereth,
which inaDr i solemn86^ @Onviiatl -
T-1 Tessle 5ad bmntifal observanee
ofl( thb^ j4 h htida islgiictath
sad the ~sbew natlipoughO<>t the
4 n B teUr-wieer they be few
or many, lay riMStbea-v ay par-
ail d bB=d and devote them-
Se-ii -I: betit iff fl...

a SamW a"a -- -eU
Mr. Mfc Hd, fBaof Maaehester, Ia.
rwritcn of! hiu alos u$raeuts -s-
^~~i cc~ai a~ -'iC~poMa ea^
it mihe B Is4Uce- d serious lrung
lad en~ent bM o t geo ^Ban
4d: kvIj- my Am.d
- a a - *fli ~r B adp day Jl ey~doc-
4 tor0fMla aist die. Thin T-e-
faa~t* tw~1~' King' Niew D~isoTery
$o- lr Coiuaip, --wiCD h opketly
Scored mo. [woulduo0t be withoutit
~C5C ii it en t baottle. Bna-
druda bae sawed it w Be rwiteoutda-
: ion, aad il cay it aewfnu~ito enre
TAroaft Cb anrid ,-fi V".fI.L
gdnlarti ft av~ Tra, let-
- ti fwIe at WI .- lase r anys
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-c Be Iwo'and~t ws dad well
-iaaii M. Wl-Iewa Seit
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--" oEPAlE -M-I- t. ALAinD-DEPAR TURE OFMAoLS ,

L "EC E D - AnaieE. Biley. 3.S. B .ay;
I AIL'S REC -RE " INew' jerry, Fla.&Aug 3-, d'9.
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Thrves Gd t ia Tfcr 'WwRk-fber ilewu


JaA. Skinner,*ho have beca enjoying
lthe EaC tjE Bsat aremce k- bour
or 0*F week, wave returiid ii-o
They report a delightful time, and
retar -uh improved. -*-
-W. A Skiner has accepted poeb-
tima with the Southern Exprem Co at
etruadia, a left on Saturday to
f^~tor d#Qtj.
r epw- I'duy
Rev. H. H. L Newma am? wife left
-' today for Tennes to be- guoe some
t'smein ikhopes of Mrs.m em-n's health
improving. Theyl go to Mrs. New-
man's old hior at Brtol, Tesn
Mr..Viantjad Yrfamialy of Albion
irt~a a~Bhi~n~~ -it" am 11ur
have moved to reber iched are living
in the obinson hoitse. -
T. E.9Brown'sBhouse was robbed last
- Bight. -Thbe thieves. went through his
; -bns. hie all were asleep. I n hias
rm theytook seven dollars from the
Pocket of his pat, leaving the pants
-n: the middle of the floor. Visiting
hi daugter'e room they took her
Spdketbok. They then went to the
-dining- Xroom and leisrely ate all they
wanted-- ad left without disturbigB
any .a- A track from- the- hose to
-the epot ofabout:a No. 7 pointed
shoe leads to the belief that the thief
took some nglht train on the Plant
Systen-. 7No othr elue. -
Thieves aliweot Into the hose -of
Jas. -Law, opposite Mr. Brown-'s, and
goL~sa asgar and souethsjng toea:
r; "as Empy S~ k ea inia gprPghtL'*
I dther -can poor, weak, t hit blood
nfiurish sad stain the phjici ys sys-
temn. Yora-tre~gth of wmanxd~ mm-I
-.efB-ee mAst be pue-ria h vig r*ero
blood. Hood3 :SanapS is -the|
atanadr prepar -. iAts m-y iekarbef aM? the
t-ft that it does everybody.ood who
take it prove it ie Jst what you need
Y" y o azre wea tand lainlwid&


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Somth Flrida,


Jateksonville, Fia.
k., y-Point, Irvine. Flemingm -
r s--3"Bronson.?AlbA5ionAr-er.-5
fcrtiafldil, Jaeksonvi e annd fromal- & oiU l
out of the StafteG. S. &-F.
Ja*-kunvie. Pialka, iRcheiHe, ast o-i,
3J. T. & K. W- Tampa and fawtharn.
Tupa, VCeals. Hawthorn. southern Division
of the F. C. & P- w .
S-. Ye.Lel sbuz- Ocala,.tx eddt,-k,
SOrange Lake; Evinston and all South on this
WiflIon,.M in.DUtz5on and all5north
or Fitzgeraid, Lake City and Live Oak, F.-C.
& P. Ea.t and West of Live Oak. Paradise.
Ha ue, Alaebua, Graey and High Springs,
G. ,A & F., Fort White, Jasper, Way Cross
Eattern and a Western tales.


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!FlorIdas Sonthcra.


e.au leaving with this ispiaten.
S- . Jacksonv ile.
.kuthu Florrida. South-of High -prius,- A -
ehier, Wit ston, Morriston, Dutton, Newtier-
ry and al North of Fitzgerald.
"Lxpa, Jaksonville,Fairbanks, F C. P.
North and -:uth of Watdo, Earltov, Melrose,
Leesburg. Hawrthorn, between Ocala and
Orlando.
J-eksonvil.e, tate- F. C. C& P. West. af
North of Waldo.
3amps. Ocaia. iteddick. lordm-i,- Ut -
ange Lake. Evinston, McIntosh, S. .O. & G.
Bruok-ville, Leesburg ,MIcanopy, South of
PR-helle to$St. Petersbu r. .
.Arredodo, Areher Albfon, M5romC Cedar-
K-ys, Otter Creek, C u' Hammock, Palmer,
Eley. -
- r Augstine. Hawthorn. Palatka, s. &a
F:.J T.& K C. W.. F. (. & P.. South andj
N urth. Jacksonville and -East Coast.


[3^ 1 Micsanopy, Rcky' Point, Tacoma, Kirk-
3 3 "pmI C. G&Ci. wood. Irvine, Fleuington, .Southaide and
___ _____.* I simontonm.


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jaiCksoKviat lt i. 1iye va Bratiu jaspIeIIIr-
iake Citv. Fort White. F. C. & IP., W. south
Fltrida, G. & F., High Spring-, Hague,
l'iarad!-. 4kcaziua, Uraey and tatee.-


JiA_1i BI ELL..,. I..

Si-a.ou,.' atir.iw-ndowlas-. -~CLE SA-'S HOT BATHii.
AimrSox, Ind. Sept 13.--Fires have .
-e.e~s- h dn .S-_ -. ._ - d-e"The Uot Springs orArkansas Via So th-
-bea lighted in t independent potrs rn- Railway.
aid -the first windowglas of this season Will eradicate from your system the
wil bMe blown aonFriday. All the oher hn erincg effects of -rip and other
Iundeiendent and co-opeirative plants ailments caused br the severe winter,
wll start this month. There is such a and malaria, rheumatism, neuralgia,
limited spply of windowgass and ch catarrh, stomach, kidney, liver and
a great demand, thai nodeclinein prices nervous disorders, paralysis blood
L-expe ted. On the other hand, it is and skin diseases, and chronic and
tInIhit alfl kinds of glass will be in- functional derangements. The moun-r
craed i- price tain climate of Hot SP rtgs is cool
ret D- a- o"eand :delightful -in summer. ICO hotels
lreat Day at CaOpisMeh., open thie year round.
- .Copr~iMaESept. IS.-A monument For illustrated literature, contain-
gm e__ w_--ating z-k "-- ... ..ing al information! M address C. -F.
vI e .r t y. -t pre-ene 0 iCooley, Manager Business Men's
Imiled he today iBL the presence of 0:Leaue, Hot Springs Ark.
King CBlisti1., the csr, the czarin, .For reduced excursion tickets and
thedowagerempres of RPUssa, the king particulars of the trip, -address Ro-
.f Greece. ithe PriCeess of Wales and i BET W HUNT, F. P. A. Jackson-
other members of the Danisih royal Iville Fia.
family. Great crowds of people were. --- ---
rurint and there wag much enthnsi-I -j __ 'I c) L I *
displayed. i Be.as .e. : ia YIt AMWINf #
Bl--h" -Ansv-r Received&
aP Tow., Sept 136--i is uader.- --:" -
stood that the reply of .the British sec- The San office for everything
ret y of state for the colonies% Mr.iinthe lineofJob printing.
Joseph Chamberlain, to the last Trans-
y-lnote-has been received by the Brit- i n- Dse a s .
Job buib eAMs-7asar, Sir Alfred Msi UBJ L
Ber, aid forwarded to Pret ia. It will :
Fpobaby be delivered to the government -for the- spedly and perianm- t enrc-- of
t. Trans-aal today. t i.r.- :-t rheunm and eczeni. Chaim-
-- -"'.rL-tiu's -Eve and Skdiu Oiuituenf ki
sit_ A.aitst a Sher-iff : i wrhnt an t3fnal. -It reli-ve the itch-
MoiirrOx AIa, l Sept. l&3 ---The i-r1z al .irting almost -intantl an
oiate hae Bled wut Ben H. Fer. its -o"ninn POe -ffIt:s a. IrFmenen"
- baa '- E1_ eiL- jO-n T y-. ur It alo cures iteh. barher' itch,
to* -- l cunty. Bai- had. sore M cP.p"; it-iUi pies.
C _iamaI ..be an ooat of errors Ua .-mnattrd is..
Fell' acomttt- while sheriff. Mr. ".
arenll deaini the crretueasof tofe! r. Cady's Cadlteon PNwtlers for
bar sga and henc -the_ .r,. .- Mrst are the? best tonic, blood purifier
-"'-~- r aiftrmrifuie. Prit- 5A r nta- ftildba
AIIraiitio& For T-saal. -- "-
L.o-I.O z.x O MARQC .E DeIgoa Bay. REPORT OF- THEK CONDITION
Sept. iL-A oasigmentof 47casese OF THE


!'Tnflm UA1IIAN H I


ai "ttFll DnAIfAlL DAB
s t tke Olden time. N-So.3-.934.
Boys -are always been boys. T"ler. A l Gaines-vril. n the state of Vlora. at
a i do t tmat Shem andfl am piptchC owRb i SeI"te i-r 7,t-4. -
ed .coppersi opbyed jaC-kstrws-ote t ,i n.. .O..... ,
loans a^ .nd 1)1- cunts------ 12 f ki1
shady side of the ark, while Noah. waho I., tventrats. sured and unsecured sa=.4
conn't tfitnd.ttem, had to feed the Ii -us. ,ds tos..ure circulatik-n.... l- i31w
tock ~bt sef -, or that David held up t 7k,. e-uri EBo.u a d I-- -t-. .
[tw' flatrs to Jonathan a-wen he saw tBainking home, furniture and nx- ,. -
hfin aimes-the bloc and that -they o,'tr rcsea teand moritaggt _.
therewiti went ina-swmming in the owned -.-. -
Jordan against tie exprems- prohibition. Iter -L.ut ...nk... -.." . ie-:.
of their (others.-Minf OaPols Journa.L r rrrn--talte Ranks. and Bankerf. 7a3cr B
S* Irlefrmin aippnived re-ere agsnt-s 47. 4t.
S -Cheeks and ,i4hr eash ienis .- ". .;
Greasy baths may be made perfectly : Frartio.al p.-jrcurrency, nickel.
l-n- li.ht. sou-ring witLh a w.et .-an n' e-.v. .
flan L dipped in CeoMnOn salt. BASK. viz:
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thIngs dont go agaist the
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right It-Leal-;tnder notes ;7JiTK i
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All doctors told Renick Hamiltmol.-. LLABILITLIES.
of -West Jeffrso, 0, ,after suffering Caa,,', osk pa.i .. ..- .
18 moiths from Rcta Fistsi. he 'r- ,uad...- t .- .
td' dad -pruflta. tw* expnlT**
would die unless a costly operati-on -a tax _pai -.
waIs performI d: but _e cured himtselIf, Nati,-us.-ant n ote- outtai.diB
with five i fi oof Bucklen's Arnica. Tu to t..e t a ks
Save the-sift Pile cre nn Earth, iathdivis uepriad rt i- 10
and the best Salve In the World. J2-5: -
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()~SLnalser'tn Ie n" f; II~r ,f Ilth abcw-c-nmanr-d bank
-. oj-i-mn ,wear tUat the. A nw-e Sta-'
a piowder tCo -be sbakces.uae tb* V-j'v It m-ni is- 12rU t.-r TIM hbest of fay knowttdge
S-,, tigAt or newho-e" f- 4 g gi-resi- ln t-.els tR -t H. E TAYLs-
t meiief tO e and baS i !r _: a._t-r d ~u i rn. t beftrt- ame tbi_
`fcipateat oapit b f- s i a a _ane gt fo r i nars I-naliit. W- -. BR- -rKis ri.v.
Xswtf.ing h, acng fettta TaIO .*-t-ter J .iLI.(-ml ix.- S
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: - Tl Am Jyt : i -_ "6 .I
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S.. bPt ^ :_ for-.k iure .made and ren dre y e
I wUo StomachP and iver am- Ot of the circuit court fot befil
Sor U-r u should-know tha ; Dha. je St d fa circuit of. FioridLof 1 -aAlac a
SKing!'s New JifePllsh the wosrf -aoaLtr in cfancery, in a certaicase
I Stlmach nd Lir l yl ie ther- pendine. wherein L V Polk
seindd ito -fc i mpQ sapial-t and J A CarIisile ad
a r~~3chrabi e U t that IBsPre c w t^sninght are defendants and
t health nd nr. w e IWAS appointed peli aS-
MI 5at I --7 -ny oe. Iic cbancery to execute said decree.
-I --l _*w---- ;1 -- :-, a,.. s -ch s.pe : al master in
S I-r-e-. on Mnda, October 2 & A.
II-IV -II .comy.- -- a s "th sam-e being legal saIe
aI$a. curing the ta hours of ms
!I_ -before It*e ourtah o dWorin the
I -i- _.v oii -ineStai Alacha- coi ty
S-S t.t yeIsa-r m t t ena-S Fr-a-14.-off--ef or ale an&se -Uat pub-
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Dow# VfC S S ewptont -.. Three AU dump VN 5M acotastalnu an bare." two M b- of bicwm
vvr~r~i T vn.( mues. namd Pefe a-ad Jack. Situid
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A-i '*- aTrVr easWir- a stie cof-Rty -5 A"aJa .
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Governor-Wim. D. Eloxham,.
Seeretm7 of State-J. -L Crawfoni.
Somptrollt-W. H ey kld.
T- eaurer-l. B. Whiuie!d.
Attorney-General-Win.3 -, i.clar|
CDjmmiisioer a fAgriznltere-*. B,
Superintendent of Publie Instruetioi
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Ntce here gven that the foilowinn described lnds Ie. ty:;n a beigain the
city of -tainesville. in Bthe County o Alaeua aad e k -Foian owin 'be -rd as vmile
aS*tkid in f i n ofa the Cort oi.s co. .-a Mo.-i, lfs f2nd tilf tCIo*A. 44 S.s
tin arvile, .Firiainthe COUnaiof Aiarhua. arsi., mubtc^h rfh.olLS wit^ ae J e to
pay the amouont-de the Caty nt Gaiies'-ihae. for lazes- fcr e ve !ri b' hreim* as sa p e
tiet. aainei t-ether with Ctt- of sale awdadvruTlemeB- n


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Free delivery to all part of the city.


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Effect Monday, JYly 17th, .U
No.3. 0o. -.
iDiyex M STATIONS.] Dalyyex-
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4 -._. LIMSaaie HU1. S .
4 10 ... f.Cannon'xing. ..45
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425 .... t..Waeahoota- J s-V .
4te 4 tCl1Att's;.-..-- s- 1
44- .... ..ltOOts -.. 1
S450 -- ....E.lBoBe... 805
455 .... t....Tacoma..... so
500 ... l ...- lSr .... 55
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550 .... trvne .... 710
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I--talegraph ofce.
V.J. ffERWjONO4Geha. Mang.
L. .I BARKER. Gen. Pas. AgL
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FINAL SETTLEMENT AND
DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby giver *hat si
months after the first publication of
this'notice the undersigned, as admin-
istrator with the will annexed of- and
for the estate of Louis A; Barnes, de
ceased, will present his accounts -and
vouchers before the: Hon. H. G. Ma-
son, County Judge of Alachua county
Florida, and will then and there make
application to said County Judge for
the approval of said accounts and
vouchers and for final discharge from
further administration upon the said
estate.
IThis April 5, 1899;
SAMUEL L. SAWYER,
As Administrator with the Will An-
nexed of and for the EstWP 'f Louis
A. Barneis deceased.
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Chief Justice--, FTaylor.
Jouti;--Milton H.M Mabry,. F.
Carter.
BOARD .- OF. TRBES1EES LNTERN L-L -1
PBNOVEEST FSii.
The governor, comnptrt'ler, lrci*
urer-, attorney-general and- e"atiui
aoner of agriculture.
-BOARD OF EDUCATION.
The governor, secretary of state
attorney-genera, treasurer- and uper-
Intendent of public instrution..
BOBAR OF STATiSEfS- t-T oNs-
The governor, secretary of sta -
eomptroller, treasurer, attorney-P-eu-
eral, commissioner of agriculture. aind
superintendent of public instructional
BOARD OF PARDONS.
The governor, secretary of state.
comptroller, atiorney-geneai a&nd etoan
miasioner ofagricniture.
BURAU OF r 7MXNIR TION.
The governor, secretary of state and
commissioner of agricnutre.
-tate hemiat-W. ..K ,awls.
State Engineer-John Bradfor.
State Capital-Tallahassee.
County Offieers.-
Senator 32d District-H H. Me-
Creary, Gainesville.
Sepeentative- D. Watl-_K_
.ano$~py; D. B. Cox, LaCroSe. -
Surveyor-J. W. Patton.-
Judge-. O.- Mason.
ProaecUi g Attorney--J. Mr. rver.
Sheriff-L. W. FennelL
-Asaeor-L. M. Bell.
Collector-H. C. Cato.
Superintendent of Sehools-Wmn. Mi
Holloway.
Treasuirer-. B. Peeler-
Conmmiioners-- T. F. Th*imas,
Cmainesville; P. G. Ramsey,.- Waea-
hoota; 1E. L Johnson, I inad Grove:
J. G. Dampier, Hague; D. R St.(1air.
Trenton, Board meets first Tuesday
in -eh month.
County School Board-W. H.R-,bert-
son, chairman, Gainesvi lle; I. C- Par-
ker, LaCroe;J. D. Leitner, Haw thorn
Cirenit Court for Alach a County-
Spring term convenes the 2d Tuesdaj
in May. Fall term the d Tuesday in
December. W.-A. Rocker, judge; Syd
L. Carter, soliitor; H. e. Denton.
elerk.
County Cour-CouYe-sA on the 2ud
Monday of October, January, a iri
and.July. H.G. G. son, judge.
County. Se lt-Gaesville.
City eOficer,.
Mayo-J._ F, Bartleson.
Marshal-J. IL Cranger.
Tx Coeetor-T. B Elli.
City A --eaa6or-. J. Arnow.
City Clerk- and Trea urer- J. .
Dell.
City -olicitor-Judge T.F. Kine.
City.CouneiI---~ Broome, W. I.h
Davis,. W.R Thoomas, E. C.- F.
Sanehe, W. 0.- Robinson, _lhillip
Miller, S. J. Bnmett. t Couneii Inetft
first Monday in each month._
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of an ortier W
sale -made and-rendered by Han. -H.
G. Mason,_ County Judge. in an-i for
Alachua County, Florida. on the ,ndl
day of Auu D, D , uPn -thc
application of iamuel C. Tui-k-r a-
rexrciour vts lss "wfl and -wela.-ter-'
meat -of Samuel R Pyles. d-ea-ed.. I.
J. A- Ammon,, as commission,-r by
apponUtment of said -Judge, will sei!
at public outcry, before the court
house door. in the City of Gainevwile,
Alaehua Countv. Florida, on .Modar.
the 4th day of September, A. D -99,.
during the legal hourl of sale the
following .deescrib~~.per ty, situa
ted, lying and bein. in the Coanty ol
Alachha, State oif Florida. to-wit..
All of section ten (I0;, the west bat-
of the southwest q-arier of section
eletee (1l), township seven (T) soutn.
range ighbteea {15j east, or -o mucti
thereof- as may be necessary io pay
the debts and charges against the es--
Lateof the- said SamueI R PW!. d,-
ceased.
~ J.A. AMMOX^
.8-3 8 .: Comnii-eIo-ner.
The above sa1e is hereby posponei
-a-iil iMonday, Oct.- 1-9.-
S J. A- AMMONS, Commfiniotrer.


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Wli' -" -- -c ..m. Huckleberry, wanted -cr -wa-m- Is not recommended ...
: '* -:- -- - --. -- ......-- robbery at the ine, wa arrested y- for every thing. bt -.. .,
Sheriff Fei-nnell and wil obese" _ROrt. R& OI
Phifer'Bros., th rglbIn fft~y cet nd dollar sizes .
peo -You ay have a m-eaple WStl of this
EU W UPU p*:-oI*^*.e/ .-^1B^ ^^1 1^ yhave had the front of --their oneulne* dsc* ey y ai atStarke
-7store painted a bright. vrmilion. The also pamphlet telin all .aboat IL
-_- . ... " "-pla e looks as neat as a new pin. Addre Dr. Khmer & CRiagham-rI OUI CF S[" .DIX L .
ifaim thie fa-od am C-..oons "d o KGrf peanuts at Porters. ___ .. Y. -_ _----
Ih :_ y. - TrLl of- H-. SrW-
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. DL C., wi+ WO 'IIn FN SPRINGS. -i B CS---
hol--. -hd a meeting Thursay a i ol Util Taay-e metti. Girl uetifirn,
--_"_- __ _____- "'- -- 'at 4:W o'clock at the residence of Mrs. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Sep. 13- aU- St ay- -hea Ule e- 3,
i- IV l it1!B~ There ame now several: parties in T. L, Stewwt on E~ast Main street. The surveyors of -the J. & S. W. ranl- iv ^ ithc rs
f i L.tAL Y IEL. Gaimnvile looking for otes to Mrs. J. W. Tech, president, Miss road ae ated he re, and we expect :prsidnt Ml nion d-- -
~ ~ Gievle I-kn a" e an we -exp"_ct I ~~lo r o--~
... : rent. 11 those who have vacant hoemms Moyers, secretary. to see the train oon.
-- - '- would mak" it known they woild Tom Main is busily engaged putting Messr. Davis ad Cummer of Jack- -
..- -.. --.. -f *e t -Picked upin I stand a good chance of renting them. a -new eoat of paint on the large ress- sonville spent a few days.ere this Henry Sherman, one _of the men IIgteSI
-F-res- --:-. un eraekers and cakes at idence of L L. Hill in the rtli- week. zharged with a Uin Coa Slo,
- "i .-d utry Porter-:s eastern portion of the city. When Mr. Stekert, land agent of the a twelve year old ctlored girl, on
--- -. +i-- -- ---The committee appointed. to examine completed, this building will be one Caummer Co., was encamped at the Monday last, was -arrigned before
II i-L SIP 11 01. Dit and psu-pon the papers of the teach- of the hantomest In the city.S Oather f w dayshw Judge M Weneayftrnoon.
+ :- ___ ers who took the September examina- necessary rePirs are being made to D. of anevil There was little excitement con- Gnsid
-- I w i -dSA. A- to 90At tion are-still at workthough it theplace. a P the day here Sunday, the gnest of neeted with the Jtria!, athohuh a
UWt a- w a a rw you they may possibly finish th Postu Mr. kert t large crowd eongreated in the Cdge'.
S w e thought heymay possibly sthis .e..-a.. Mrs. Po r Patch of Lace Buter and office to hear the evidence in the case. .
.+ -- --naw 'r d M oth.r" you Lo, Not afternoon or tomorrow mornig. Mr. Hopkins of Ocala paed is Atlanta Johns of New iver are The sister of the girl was the first se
Ke-Z, tu .. t'ro. I Mica-M I -Chester MmAlnt rhn fNw tv r h
....._pTw 'ay-s-:.-B. Chester K BrownKalamazooM..h, through the city yesterday en route now stoppin at the Cox de Anna. witness on the stand, and she testified
W --,- ay: Kodol Dyspep Cure cured points 1 Georg a. He stated to- a Mes P. D and Jack o toverymuch the- amething a he
Rkhaums at Porters oa severe caeof inigston reotr-ta cl wscnie-dd-c
e ay P ther strongly recommend it to all-dyspep- O a sc ioas- Fla, were here Wednesday, did on Tuesday, in maki a state-
fve verrreno1 p the guest Wells ment to THR Sr N reporter. Her e vi-
-+-- --Wedresday proved another b y tic Digets what yoneat without ably workedkp over the feverorefertP y 0 P Wellas. ayn m d steter _
d ay_. -inot ireleaid- d. from the stUfah, and cmesdy- and parties from South Plorida od The pcnic was quite a success dencewas to.the eff-ct that the two __
pewsia' W 1C Wallace, J S Bodiford. ifcly n.SU gldig them n~
SC. D. Wood of Areher was renewing peps W Wall. J S Bodiford. diculty in seuring lodgings ther Wednesday. The -most iateresUng egres charged with the crime were
Se traC aeqitas yesterday. Elsewhere in this Waer will be Quite a number of Tampa people feat of the day was the game of guilty, though of course a greater
S- .y yt y found a statement of. the condition of passed through there on their way bal. between Lake Buler and Wor- part of her evidence was based on Arif
(W P the First NaMi Bank. The state- north thingto. It scored 2l to 4 in favor of what the childherelf h aid.
.Tur--nf-L:ak--e_'- e meant shows the'ank to be in exceHent O'Donald & Saunders are making. Worthington. Lake Bntler played Dr. E. Lartigue was the next wit-
A t: J -M-Taner of Lae View was a condition, and also demonsttes that extensive improvements in their al- eight men and Worthingto six men. oess. He stated that he had been Da
-aed:nes:--t--b- t.- b"i ness of th eidy ocrn ieea- y large tore. They are fixig a The dce on the pavilion Wednes- alled in as a physician to examine dtu
- day ing daily. way to make more. -room. The shelv- day evening was enjoyed by all pres- ande to wht extent the ehild was
- pt. A. B -m-ore was among the The pain of a burn or scald is al- ing is being, taken out and replaced ent. injured. .is evidene was to the
--- Kamapaha people *in Gainesville yes- mo instiastly -relieved by appljying by new shelving. Theentire interior The friends of Normau -MoUt are effectthat the girl had been injured
tra--Chamberlais' -Pain Balm. -It l6o of the store is being changed, mad e- glad to welcome him bek about the head and -k, though he
hast Inutred' --th mnre m oent and u -- -
o y at ica- h yop inthe ret withept sides affording more room will present IlM Shepperd, the charming visitor did not express an opinion a to wh-t
:: opy, a- mab pre. Shi- the bumrn is verysevere does-not leave a more attractive appearanace- when of Miss -Pet Wells, returned to her kind of an istrument had been used -
- -v .- Im - a scr.- For sale by all druggists and completed. home in Dunuellon Saturday. in causing the bruise on her head "l
.,Brdad-sonrvinwer; rIT meic.in d -h Gainesville Fertilizer Works Mr. B. Wells returned home. Sun- and neck. He also stated that she had
"O W ip qtobe ite si.ck yster-ay af- Roeet reports from Tampa and have eommodions quarters in the day, after spending a pleasant week been injured in other parts, and that
Port Tampa City are to the effect tha ii fo erly occupied by C. W. wIthriedatBenton. ere- was evidence of rough treat-
..... .......... Johnso -- M op, as th ylo fee scr s --bidingro Bartleson & Co., near the Plant Sya There have been a great many cases meat. -
Sge'- .l. -a jely I I e ve wason o Ur a knda ere is no imminent danger from tern freight depot. T. ACarroi, the of dropy and heart trouble around The child was then placed on the
-t athe cdi e gen al manager informs the reporter Worthington. The worst cae report- stand, and gae description of how _
S- aeits Yeste y .- PortTampaIsthe nly one that t that hey have been meeting with ed was the fair visitor of Mrs. Patch. she was going down the right-of-way
.t.eri .-I-W lke Lvdvl.end ,ad the munioisthatit mch encouragement over the state, | Memrs.TlImsand Hil, diyion and of the -c road .h2n the two meni
*aa :traSt^^ business In will be the liSt, and are shipping out large orders. assIstant engineers of ou. & S. W. rail- came uP an caled her to them. She I
1 Far0 wounds barns, scalds, sores' This company will more than likely road visited Chief Egineer C I. was afraid, she said, and the men
^"i w^ ar -9 g -ko -ld."-I kin ses nd alin d itaflU erect a factory In the course of a few Garrard at Worthington Sunday. caught hold f her carrying her to-
Z --- -,eWItws Witch LZ-el -Salve mon ths. Miss Pet Wells, aecompaned by the woods, where they made the as-
Gemre t Emma Bolle,- Matron Englewood Str hams and breakfast baco- Ms. C. -Garrard, visited Alachna sa9lt
- :^ s--- -- +. Nuarsery" C, Chia says olf it: "When s Saturday. After the girl ad finished giing
4- E aa-s--sf -tr fils in healing ouar bab"e, it -- in her evidence, the prisoner was al-
wll cu*" W C" Wcallace, JS Bodi- Master Elmer MCreary is now the oeoNew a w qestioneasked
"ME -~ford.loe
v ;-+ sl ; -r-s th!-Iairs., c it yesterday. for. -urdy proud p oSMSe sOof five pairs of courier -.me.from Dr.C a. n ile th child if she' h e ot cl hien
-:,i^i+;:^+= Mica .. Minopy was in the pn They were eM to him by Wu hita, I. T. He Twr :.F ra
~f nt oaperaca"but pet city yesterday. Mi; Tardy has re- Judge pen. Taylor of allaha^e. k of Electric BItters r.s ci-w ted o
S-f.JLa7hth- A S sood Sa Ula,, e.nt.y returned from Cuba, -.where he While- these pigeons much resemmbite aMndB-fero great olinga w e. Th reieda t th en o lked iwhen im
urblX^^^^.Tdih-ee rf'MT4dlappolatiL It Is the went daringf the_ Spaanih-Amierican the ordinary pigeon, they are a much Terriblhe goreatwsuldfering fort o s Th epsoer t^h enr < aske if, when l~e 'IC
.med c*--f. ar. le-saysCubaiafinecountry, handsomer bird. Elmer has a large and face- and the e d4cto as h w she w oiag and
oa, m uc] d ffTle sorels : bat he- cure is +he told hm to the commisoaut where m m
-A... t,, _ho wi.ied ,aluesvill ,,especia ly, a a f coguny, but wire ous made forthem, and tae l i ,o h er ue seto hmothe domn~idory w-here I
anda^ ^ ^ her healthaefr~n~n isa excellent."S^ her sister was, he did -not tell her to *
-y^ ^ae~rda f.waiffaa *a Cna E- ith all that he. Asers Florida, par- great pride in. carrying his young This shorn wtat thousands have go home, and she atfin replied no.
iy,, !^ ex lve itt mini. ticularly Alachna county. friends to see them. .Thesepigons dtt ElectrI ra Is This wo d up thc evidence r the Our
_~~- ... = IlsWi s Litltle Early_ m~s call forth admiration iot .every one best- blen puie known. It'4 the Thsondu eeidn .rteOr
S lmane|tl cure chroni cot o -who sesthem In-addItion to their supme remedy forecma. te, ease but during the examination of.
"Mn salt rheum u b lan runing the girl, J.tudge Man asked her if uslualy h

-uv a vrthe- a-rival of ieeinga ceanse and reulae theen- "^ <[^ 5taate birfls -0a ^ tmlIYlTr .3^ she could identify Sherman, she ue--
tire Suall, peasant, never Theyre' a layhope whie tliver i,' plped possons, helps dio
..... gripe or stiee-'-rrSM_ littlepe minute Cough Cure. "An attack ratio, builds up the strength. Only li e a o
'--- --- -- W WalJl-JSSo ope uoialeft my lungs in b oents; sold by WC Wa~lace-and all onc. The case was then contined_
fOel--_tt .... I B- and- h ." ape an I was near the first stage Pru ggats. Guara-teed, until o'clock this afternoon. the flW i
-l trioi e- lor The many friends of Mr. and M. of- to4 OoeInute Cog r KANAlPAHA. During the preliminary a telegram "
eq-i" writes H~ary W. L. Bill will be pleaded to learn Cure completely cured ne," writes -_ ... . S_ "- .. w +k
aml- CI. Md.y S_ relfeL Willaee. J thteis.+ | Monday, in charge fr y stan t he h Terma 3
--- ntsour- ~aa d.Bil -Boifro l- M-a/ Edwards, who~i am tur- G"r~ "oeo t" tm e cm.
lb. lM+5U- 'aa i-alas- eveYrk in cot- .,, .--_- -- -" ro in the case, a Starke. This was
Of th e AktOS y left off whenk w I wish to inform the business publief Dswiof Gaif illei having quick w on the p o e plf
_Ud Mr. p f t all 1-05116 must, s iJ privileges .-Sheriff Fennell will go to


..- An.i.e.lieof.p..ckles at .o ording to laws be renewed an iUm l/ will at Uo .p a lure sawmiUl S tarke today after Romeo. -*.1
"i wi- -useee of- :~e sit P006- 7+ ,Aoarke
are-awpr P^--.e of October, and the ax books for-8M t They will also sawhe lt aneo Henry Sherml-an was
Swill be the With a large ols ht ayrnoonnearBik-
......t a.-s.il l r -- Teadway wilth-eir ex- eTaxr. B. -CATO ley' mill, abut mile up the G. &
-- m a k n g 1da re ad,. w-oe nt the _" -fH u _
-- tuur ink: anet g- & prye tesion fromP- Sam -o Cit tom thmlis !' tyo14Riea tsh.w 04' Ilthisme Cny la u i-e1 .ii t-.uiesHb ksnwn p h od el
W -edwhip i t_ .ea cIty* hi IA Is in laygt vi _114A k for many now idle
C~ -1- e eg-log
-- isourImaima to we m almot 0. OdAIC.3Se Of tis ombe w ing that they were on the tra!l of the --e-s--.
-lam Ah- -u at bear te f-w m e en ines aso p4t O th.- h-0of atmh- ey g toecad-
g They scred three eewcs. nereo.io. -
IF COW as the so, rst z EariySihcasew o a timo Henry
= b _lIWiw + U8 F W the ms T_ -m C Cm ,i li;t -a prmfa bozielerIashtutmm ae n+
d^B.-_-f.f-_ie^^=in ._tw .v- twe third gra&aa follmws: :li aPromien erc-siie- s, GWolilim andli ** e
0 S ^_ li2wl Sba a n thee road Ma shae-l hiage-

y +ibet pahiin-ba -th _maile art.o j Bie~ D~ .-H- h man.- He w.l_.arry.was attaked-S wiathe cradhmth pare dee~n ove_~tredeh~is
w~C-.. - n. - - asth o gi ng on.
eIr iall-u1 4 Th6Id Graef-MisEme-Bt I aul- .- a f K -he arshal finally started on, aVda
I*^^I*l4Xs~ft!o 2wbere he wil taading. -W{C Wallace, ai ui ndf Ja~nle Craaad1, They h^JU4 put a new boiler Inas h e and Pinkosen caine in sight tf hlB
^^^^a^ g^^ ^^ ^ ^-^':- r0 ,^. lag ';' -- 1m ; -^ --:' Y iuginsi E Hoar Jo-Ie J Jakf $to ia have applied foci, a side- the other mearchers above Bnwacei,thcy ^ l^
Prof. Ruifoway -Mt bf gowe t) laailp Sitth, -W C Badgers1 AS : fc^^ billing will all be frbtn saw they had spied the negro they '^
WIJMIJuLJ Fte. sa. Thsday^.r ht wing to Jbs, e- ', -^^ R--..rk~ --IIc q^ InSIII wanted. Soon they had him captured, ^
Bt the three neMeroe deservinge t redt
ng` 7,WU Oinw hbe, l art hi s ayte
vlm -1 -also 14 the


^^^^P!^^li~ tio^e liar Ihe 9smuit -MJ tbtin spt. W. D. Cr~rh wwen um-.n Zask Taylo jr 7rho wags everely Theme name negrocs were very anX- pol
-l^^^^^ ^fjjy^ ^t^"- mt- u th*sie,"op in~aiwafie. nhe sate,-aand it eeaa the teple, i again oat. Za*CK Tay- lisene to Marha Caaueyr, and no^^ ^
>i -ealth. ':''- ^- -.. owirtn i 7: 1~fet to~~t -t willen reai her Sfh^- wn~t'b e veral day night, alumot fagged out,, and sore Jg ^
..~i W A ..ch w- v-ry _. prisne Was tad e -e-s.a

it--- C . ... . --1 o ncatrd and whle walkingbe
-- motherl year + =--m_ along-t-e road he told MarhalCu-n-
___-. p -Str. lot. i te ao
YOM* -_--kk Third G^eR-E -Te"



C.-wai ui .m v ,a. Marshal Gran er said- all right an-
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Ind+' Thnae_ a Pu w.hes ,-.- -,
anife -i ......ped -, a sie- GAL .S
Bf4 1 use to Asia Rme I It P Qs -W Cf.adSil As Wiling api i abnt -aawal amd Hu Pk.__
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hem -t pe ay hei_ -y -Clt tIo be im ow 4800Lw,~ th pteisaleradfor thei
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buyer is now+in New Yorfe selecting an un-
arge stock -of F IIH azd WinterGood -We -.
ae out all Summier Goods to-moake room for
$toAwhiceh wilt begin coiing tle la +of-+
++ f It ariy ...and seti-r the ehoiest--
POT CASH. -+.

^cesDre~ss (oodsworth 10 to 121coaly 5e.
? DressGoode, worth 2 tn onhr Id. -


Canopy Mosquito nets, 9c.
Canopy Mosquito nets, $1.40.

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LETTUCEand
TURNIP seed

are now in--our new cab-
bale ybethad omion seed
-will arriveI week SOW
time to plant yor gardens.
seuat~l T~rnp.-



iLLE. FLORIDA

Me is respectfully formed that we
i fillal onlerv for loadedahell,
powder, shot, eartrkidgesl
e a line of

M-PLE (UNS
can sell at a great s g. We
close out these .Bfore our complete
rives. O&UL.^
member that our complete liie of

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