Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02101
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 03 12, 1891
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02101
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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WAR PROBABLY in -the last week's issiu of your -day, but Catching is not so promise ut.
A M WITHI Captain Anderson at St. AJgustne praeui meeting of the Aliance XrI M. A. Beech and rs. Jm M
THE YEAR. silver cup offeredby fortee 1&h int., odre Monday viyt- St.
I -would qI~stoO^ent^&ki Augustine Gun Club, hitig-eah oe Wal l -.ow "p In the coluabmn hkid. -
t e t -ft-+: -. bid sho -at _- . -- : - -. a m ._ - .- -.. -!
CTGESkAI lORD woLSEIZY TO E T twentyive birds shot at. ofyourbigly appreciated paper fi &J L. Beech, wife and daughter spesR
Q AN DEFENSE.-T iEHo Is rumored in Washinhton tat new few remarks or sujgestions from an Iexo la- Wedae ay night with brot hr-
=A ATAJR STHROOQTHiTOT steamship lines will be established, perieaeed ympathiuer an c8lbo Pave and fainlly. Come again, John,
.-AC.Tv.ly I THE CANADIM DOcM mainly in the Pacifie ocean. Cla the agriclt and labor mlassee of we areaways ad t -ee you. a .
---: -"..- -. ""-Spreckles will extend the Honolul line owr laud and onty. I notice at E. H. Jones was knocked from lI -
mc!ase ,, March 10.-A Mton- W Australia. this moethn- is called especially for the horse by a tree on tile 1st isut., but re-
tiel pecial quots an officer p the Aelist of the reBUinn moctic p~irpe ci s~ag important ques- eei1O Teiiinjury. y,
r- avy as aying tere s more in tine piesntilist tims to be asked for by and thregfb -ev.Y nU. Fairoh preached at i
snif to--be-- attbe hed t ea- eenmadeoubythe -' J- or legislat.re.- I -ust C-.tl on .n last _-fy. 5- .
ofmalla L ment. tor ay that this shodd~n he Iery -e- rn.C.M Q J. Ford and fAmil j qJOY
thV~aa aviMts ybe S.C Weaver at Daytona, wlos t impoantmeeting and should- be me" dined with-Ucele Dave on last Wednc- Bo 1he inml and wslts whl
= .e -in-t-i~ T.2Ixpi.esFebriuary 2 1883, and J. C. attended. It eeray adiBtey day. m rf ^_iiI..-
?acW tcoast-with Geieral- erbert and it hLesburg v all classesaie agricultural aa4;S- Weae see Mr J. R. DuBmpe and of Pig t the tistemnt (
--e t boring clase. have never received .a ble to be oat after being in such .w ^WW.eato -ts
i n yard, mi willrm an Bm.foo rD, i, sallargin iofbsfonour i h-r j cleans the -
at Vi-tona untilthe-United tasu haS t.eed to hang Satay for tinem lat"re. Ye_.zs' why i a _very Or _e. s for hominy at the tem effectually, d-e.. cold, he4 i
5 ... -..- _:- ... teneed tohang faur or-the rarder
SW0- hMitdto the or sreasimple one, td eld be readily an- VankzanPAill seem to be quite ac .ad fevers and cure habit cay

I",Tme- o w .: - -t- by. Wa.-ip we have. a&. wbe weh re.-.,e sheamil --pon- d i-kraded -J -
stay eecution athough the judge sw I 8tSSYuiwe hsnerask whenwesee hmi pond invaded b constipation. Sorup oef aigs th the ^
--Th-.. ...... . o Db itad-skid it would be gante if request- ra Yet.k dfiedt
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-~ ~~~i ed.- ....._._. He.- say he -i is guilt an.de -L -
-bef.ore e, earor elay i_ tofe e.c. tp and o the -laws of our on. .r, pla tingi-- --.i o re Congo to tlanoagi

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wa-t WO oebe -wit that w -be o impratNmOtt :and -The yong--peope of Fratklad et

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Ia VI6W'o f l ptl mida A~ to the. Appeal-.Albaehe p 'how me an indiviJual ff wt wish e n o k am e lbtc itsb

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S i IaI p er 2 l I-'d qfh i ona- Xis sas reports -ss Okd a- 1^. ja w frthily mit. M s Lili -..e Jo"es e ee ntui s caied it i
lie~d j-E a ^ vaedT show that great das and will sh you itshoice tihee gM aterday ndg ba UN ad. made it the sst'
ef he done throughout the utByQF pr>oslosad higly raep cti ri adwelhpeotheryoungladies ailfd|j -
avethroug s ^ Satrday Sunda. son nie outoten. Now ot *nder- -wN owite
210Str Jo Ma-y t ni--kstand me in the least tosay let s 'have3. B^ ed Bmany stiansd m
.:_-.iB +Iawa w. tyanditA bImpossMe to Beisaaut a .and m.easu.re t..e w h-- te t-da we tsking a bee-tr- We ,

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._ i m m + .-- -- -11.... --.-.-..,& =me -.--- d mm-- --"- th"A b--be-s.+ ..- _
S ... -AM R`-- .. then d waae. The 4Wh C- mii wil. ave- better l uk tjie .
T__B_ ]a . sendlg l .f.st tra in ,- oe ton S -. -cuIm . -.- a - - -
s a Vickyuu awi Merdian andthe Mo- | t. Une D&"e Wil -M preach at-Mm. 4#
and Ohio roadB iajBcto. Miss. ters pertaining VP our welfare, nOstea'., Bwt{^atheart' mill. n
jt ir nt atd ui U tf FIG adRfIP COa
*iirwq ic1 On wumdaeeat POmnsaecoaCoL A.:. and reasonable requests of E 2 4in. CA.
-.cI--0 --ri ; de,- S-- .._MBa ... .. ..-_y a large seu- ..-age, form ally r -sented, -
4 i, B ^ a rf e city A & ia t e X C am fie. K ua m aacl^ s a st we kBkI Ch f l.
~ ...I%,- ... .....-... .t t. lfn Bervice Of Silver to th w e cru ra .. H.aT.d e .s i J, i ii'-. .. .. ..' i r -H dw I "w*
wa uee fbWurigiaa4 Rhes
---ldieId m_3 fIII.iaIn- Atlanta. I1n-raa b wh wa to .e with o dderd AM ._ Tf *M i ii Wi B<9 BFil Si
lt, a q was de-&ed to fire the bi- eigat-inch liver wiasaeuved toa at alarnts -e -d _r b. I -_*
BlabaeBwarg- rfled un on -the after pt of the sbip. gree, appeef way, and The wa
by ,T i-, tl.A reduced inAm --, o
'j~~~ri^ 1B^: ~ ik eoiaf 125 pounids he -bol^s eC ^^ Met* Ahke*~~^g.frUmf 1 KAAl
e any claim to Oer of powder and 3s rarely ever fired. But him- ilae4 VF3U
bfttlz to as- this was aspeclal faEer1 Ul
sets ordsnch ilin~t. N. ale.ex- Es. Pete, a beeatiftl young lady o had a r am onbhis le. eig9t Catoaaa.g o O tT@ a
VeaPWstndng Used three- botties of-
v-wedlmij at ecIretary Atlnta, volunteered-to firethe umoster. Ai Of &SB W
isaprif ^ fir^ M aEADANEOW
see sb e pa-ro t o f One+ acict o ano a 2., "ilesof B+ don,- u.g-e-o" -" u a a i -,w I .ir il m- ej hCT I E AIJ &U5-F m - t
AM t4 Aerri&be storm as within three l do~a l ave ^ w .-1 o mH in-aj W--- CXE-
house.lS^ -S eat S. B.DonaldsaM ne was b1e Elcti BiCONan ne-xo
*Twero tbhaecof*th hJatS en8Qoys v blon awy an he and his wife Se- BafckI8D'5 ArhICS Salve cmireAiNm en-<&ymit~a~qa~the^A
-.*^ '.~r. T. ^nA- ^ riously iitjured. The splendid residence i~rnsfwst.________ss___y~w
-tha V44eve>y-otbe poaro of -" h 'I 7A77a
M134Brandon. toathe witheveybudig___ -iht ou"

.theopen ocean, but it is neertheless aV
$ e of sincere satisfa"t-on &"am c1re dt C. .r e at Tu ee "" Ie t a-e

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.p:.re-s-i-de-_nt*_ .. with the upo -hich t y .,_ ,. ,; were r *. r*-i_ -ev tw. o In. ip- a Fif -Cirei .
-- -ti what he onIedes toh be ma-ters e-- a inesvUe G .s and he. Das-- "- &.mr- -eiXe "y i-eT -" 1"1tL "m o
wS le bee od d f lP du teepinrout int the frent yarAi d p e II Cadets wil assemble .- -I P -w 7lma I
:- -- .__ -. -..m. .. t... e two -..= -"- for the last -!OiP COu- d b. tu .b!n t- o n the r d in front of Co-. S iini'mans ^u a b Tdm thr1 .w _r.imn -. -- i"on n:i.c. iu _iar.i.h cbw- tuh" 1
Tey er. -e-s- ev here' ybrusdadl -T irdenceat o'ecl.o this ornin/ j it. atnddai .ab. dm- B3 h Ee-ZJ.O-.^I1IJI
-h^:^i~e adIton emain out. i a. d renhing rain T b wi-l he-n-ul des U FUlo 5- Ul&lai a-. l u -
N...h. +T. _____-_----j heavymarhing order, with rolled bias- "+i N {ui n -__ __-
I- y e i. .. -" - - '- S -_, -._--" S d A 1 -; ll h-.
b iap ar W dou- &Ind toni-ht- -y - -s I-:a'^$00
--de ^tie- Jint yutr. - In t. h j BSbwdpmwaen'yw rewidence tvery, building o t
will e teau B1It is toe Unirtbedates e iteee ahe reuie ft 4a4 wl Chtrh tf i M SALS

se goat th te.fi tbey s ad h-ve- While in Ocala the Corps of- ICa Xiee to appear.. pboa. answer or -
-_ - ABold Attempt at Burglary. will be quartered In ..e Arm- a W -.iae -T Ff F- ,.,.- bi .b . ..atv
tmo secur the eleet~m of an Independent ,ugar ih enee wuB.,urirea iArorywiof ow- TRE ^ah07Feina ? *' *^ I 'it-' Im t' aUo wtia st Alai- j
^d.t eto -te ae.br tnteir f u- i .a Tuesday night entered the yaj y. ,d al To-AiaM.Dmv... B e- _an : 1t .,a -2dn f -tr tr I
,gentleman who -oan6 One The Guad and Cadets are the g^e been 4baq&15Varf
ah t-I I -li Rec~n,~i~R~~S~d~UI on- h ab#adti ~.4- i 4.
-- w .. .ith .ee -, par, :-e ,anofdwiio Toanil e t one -Ut-a. beenuhoeu -y da i -a t h",'"em.ei _w of Vicr-w and- -t p thou-
_- _.;.. _,. _._ of __ o~f the hotels of this ci ,-and atteapt- .of Gaintville a it is anticipated that i of the siato(Viartla.ad tha .b. hm fz+ I mih n i s'Nntr
lo too ead Stmefimdofntie FarweBvitiatere Ii' :n^aw. linedeam 9(ide n .19 At A.it
--t* p^^, t-A *r ,a+ --rty ed to make away with some of his wear- there will be a large t _r ot trof oorutotine +ryMl... nd i it a .E- -sia m. izEs ..I_ e 4Inr t ,towin d,-i
"thl int apparel. The gentleman pa cities to witness their depanares fioergefiit'w
t e-.a aa n . ,i -arsng -in th- e wmornig cou d fi nd on-y -kala. -t at b .e -s. ai-. .
.-evMMUnOt eft a man W, W_ Old O, _lie ,Kl- n. IO',|__ x. .lead. An rlo or!. ol _y-Aty-a li&: ol -
... .6e n*An1nt tii8 H W nd l o - ". .. today .. ..wkr -H i0Q-w-3$+d.lwfo b meop
-f-t o .. e-pt--,^y ard -w.et The.irst S.P- -Of V*&t. e. I._ B art. yt. -....--.:.. ..- .n-_ ,i
c-tted on Senato jr os soter- He~ looked hh ndeloand everywhere tTia B redi feeinm d4lH headache pains ifi. i in toiilt wi~ref U. z < f is.r
,MMa"" *" ,' "^thquaft theme -was any Dsblt of -S B t' ^ S itecawill b ie ta *gain ue WSW -1c^- ?^ ^bfe*^^if~s
--vieiw ,t^ act.y beYO uc r ex-wa1 ay of" in v various parts of the body, g f SSi taI dixy-tvniiiks
pea -ss imI i p d B flndin ,it but al_ i v.amin. The mys- the pit of the .toma.h, o.. of appetiIte. [w. umrtt .her orw.41" that b iw le +i +m 1&W1pem .if ,initnit 11_ tb-
_.- r . .. ...ar..er. _. " " e i ha ..<_ -+. o a i maste 4 1 e ... - do" n II.TI.- asffosebai me ,,&-,t .... -i?
wstahe w c .eeping in thefrbihns;pipe rsrs e a114 IiAbc-in -b amile~z Aaftu&~ jihtyifei4g al4my s
fully npree _- t ...et he has fO-ed I try was that he owa oleblll. -la thl I' rloor l 'I' i AIIIIfpa oiii-h ad fy I st i t.? 5 *t inf --
'SCCoad SW"- with tre windows' own.j a. one eftebo o*| a for e rcs w1-
U b t a -c s tory wihh b --nd.WS natter how It become- p i- ed t -t- se .ieut2 wf-ks.-- ,-o .... 4w__i< f VM S_ -
a- .... i.rml "^vtn d +t ,land Ib door bitto. ed. and hi e could be purified to avoid death.. 1. Ae rr i i i bS-W Whf- f. a h a st "Wn" "i h tak. t:. in ei rh
ifrature e nft c febiv bow the "darg burglar" iEnglh BIoOd Eliir has ever faid to iw bood ad smie& the seek of enwtn
!hi 1 -&u entrance. ___ r 6 |
Ba..m IBi I --- f-.poI- t-cal m_ i _, i.' MZ* i IJh -aiB _f-e, Ciint tC i. J-.--- A. i*2t mt a la y Vuat ie th.--- ,
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--.ty AB ad i~ t plfras mpai -r o -oot ger uea,-happen- .. .. ", i ^ ?J. %rUt LE. -l ttl -in f ~io
A tt ~ tI~ IM bM__ DO Xah
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ado&is the O g Io cat his eres to the Sowr, wg that a 9a be-heked AV. U. Ca%~. CAMP4 1tW"e t
h' p. Of t- peo e. Is iw of tbese rn e In- a, a -a- a the ..r ae-s ,- ,,w- -r .r.. R i -iI
jis 6wiit snOW ast -"or votXs 'a aCetfhing mpiion bek in a week, we berelnr i ergnt'4w w v -
-q- -) Y(NRLSiI)FST: tkr
o JohnN.I au-9 &Wadbrin this po- ol e hn the flBoor, an upo n odrawigl It maa dr. EinhrEig h gt--, ,C,,i" h+ it
----- h-' .-- -- .'-- fo d it to be te it aw- rae -ey ai r-f -the twoney - 1 ---i .o%=.-- r"-.sdr.d-- tw t7-,,s--a--bOf-t-t
-Bl - ttos B k- al -e-w ho ba.y. Stak-rit as -er o r nqri.Ala. a Cwc. -a.stake--iau rr- -buys F S . .-
..F.A ..ocN ... 3. A. w thte roel M a tion a an i .d do d6 w' w B. s-.A.-dA -aA -- I, . + Sw is h
e-ms.,---l- i ,,lmi.-w, umI m .5 l __-____--_______-__-__-" ___._s .. ---! - 3- "_ .. _o.. isW~~L LU .E I &e-i, *,+, ha- dred an -m Ow -to
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Moral::F- ,B i?- -_.- B-.a. et bur-. *ask,._ &__-aim
wesid Ve bt f ftbar. _
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~nwt'DmAxcam. j"'amdall'"=r out take -Ef mow. ft"x AI 'C0Z -.
1W1 Maft extansime W1ev. IF M. hrout. U nitd P BROWN'S IRON BITTUS' wa. ^ ot^.e
CyoadausBt. Bpe voumt, xazt 4 aw um a.
-g-_-^sa : 61 f-r "l v f to "1- Wk i D r. A" -.. Bc "-- -r.d ttr-e. so 'or t vim$& aU W-t PE'rnI t-
itk 0h"m In Wasblqpm that the wonder lK Dr.. K ing -99 0"A'o'ae
--- -"ir i wfilti ot we ap- don -efor _. uy La .- wdre h- ada mchie. o dTi rerd-i i-som aj -- --. ...... ji . IP.. th.. L. -- .. .
~ ~ dijene. and -my par"ish ner t- uh appeite bi Ofiblaavublim. ~L h~~fe
,#*-g"hf -*me 1 16- tine OUI a fe Jk-IWA WM
^^ yut Thlgina legimtm b bonkles of DrI. Kl-ne ?tew Neire vtrv 1 eith at homte rabrsed. F4r uit brf of ia e*^Z inaakrwsae itaita^[ trralud fev Tiatobo sin ^wrd
aid Am.otimd- and welL 4.218h" Dr. .1. M fldil.

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beai annc*ad*"^ othe N elf )Y* 'stk 'erv tor 74 ti'%'n t&tem. ae al XMIj r *MandSf eruptwuo,. am! pe4- iin.. t a ga1ai e *in b.- Ii aoawi. hi. si s4 i a
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fin Uf^ ottfe -^ -i~ 3m4.^

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"5 .-J-b shed-e- - s-."er y-, orn-
Ing~ae p1t Monday, delivered by carrie in
-t < or ia-edto y 4piCM" -t.- United
a .i~ <,tf ee na f o .ear f i--m.

Reading noci-esm -i oeat jwemim* -a cents
-ji3e for each sntevervlsemO^ '
jius#iaftic ieeitSaei^ Colanma de-
tent a' At":o fmrdisped- adIverUsciients m
I IB & NMsI i~iB

It is exceed people thatthe power 4 the republican
partr bjas beeH: ebecld m- the..s~oa
leWislaumnre. A T fe more yeasn of re-
pawbian ru wuld h ae -#Inged the
eountry-into: irretrievable bankruptcy.
Our WasinBg" corTespondent says:
THe United Stites Treasry is bankrupr,
as far as the rci(*kfess __ and e travagant
appropriations voted by -the republean-
congres ean make it- so, and i would
be actua2y tsotday iralof the appro-
priations bad to be Waid at once._ In
the dying -Our of the' FAftv'-firsz con-
gress the reipubli-ans threw- pa-!encp,
ionscience, fear of hereafter and every
other r.-straing influen.-e overboardj,.
and bohl ---voted for every pos-ibiej

:- -tAIt advertsbirg bm beomni 4Jue-atter tltia That pomitised to asA stin the loot-
er s..tplatedfm emtract.- Larties not i ofthe a '. wi t lde
ow ukw be ei ir o pa i agred IPn for the purpose of Con-
r -x~tf^inadvance. froatisg the 0emocraeftt congress with a
tR4 TlEEKLY su-. the edition of THE fefflecy. Old-Muiddy daims that had
-J- T $, 1- s-pe 48Xhn_ aper e.n rhfuse4 a lndred times were
S.. ab.V.~I-iaTerT-nSdy, and contains s - . -
-the _a.ek ..- andG-.c, ta-ked o- te appropraio his, a-nde
-: _-:x i. tiieb&est weekly paper pCiir railroaded throtubhesara salaries Were
a. *' be : i ie d --' f W _- pot x6 -_
tljenIt~e~i lted p-ta eeo to, eMpoves who are already
ibeo their dser and money
--'. c~fe-- '---- -- t- - n ev
AU utaiuld he made by expre was -cattene aroundin every ilirectioB
or regateredleBe-,addr.es as though tbe treasury was overflowing
-N : A-: TsE SU.1 with a surpl as it was tWo years ago
-. r- :i sv jY. j FijOA. when -tn- ed over to the republicans.
._-_ _ *_ Where-he money is to cotme from to-
-__ EBJBSSR payalof tbosewild appropratiois is
:: : minore tihan a-av-one -an-see at thi-time;
r a it Aronat m isn't, in th- treauiry nor can. it po-i-
le t la I & u ... the -- .-.by-get there uder the present method.S
utqSw~e,, says that -be exot- fiiT ya of dmocrai
: is! e. Of t^xation:- TWo v-sa- Ofdem cratiel
nsiliand- aImal utAtter -fro~n thizaI -- ---
:- *_._S rsi Wotrfi 881 .- e -onomy .-in the house and a purgn of
--W i -w-e.wre-he pens oi-on rolls. of the fraius thereon
Of-" ar pu-nll the eountr through without
191-. ;- of ca-ott And t-o--e --
we rel ,f I2- A andl- eetol-ae oni, ma necie.ss'r to put. -new -taxes
I --br B .n. - I o t ar ad tariff ridden people.
-- tac -w^ ee4, TfIaband m.e. | __ .' .- -,. ~ ~ -, ., 1
-- Ae rdin to the last censu;- the total
4. a -a o f -, -.-' --V .r . -. ". t
p-l u. la- t ye-ar m number of p-..enite-tiarv convicts- some

-pg fru^ fpt-anf i^^ esfrpom te..* <^o
.- '^ ^ :: -: -",.: - .- -._ '.- j} rene t is 4^233, as g m?t 3a ,_tn- m
s... n- SE ateealto Bsnt. -ll to have a -_ -. -- "" n-- ).i)." in
-a--...-- ...- increme of er,or2z8 pero
eeiZ tI -- re :.a Oaii -h : .-earu < .... _ = . r v -,.- .
that -_ .... __ --- f o er rate od dcouvct -to -populatn i n I
-0j, Ie Rle^ r.._ o~t Taluli .ed~ a,* ,.--. i "_ -. I
I: < *wads of fruitohlete. ^ in 1O ounds vegtait
B -- ye: t^ u *1 f0 ia 2 .to3t2 i i lte i-,
t- :piea-$i.F ---ma_ n_ u-.,, _h a a a .. - - ..
---.w -a s( AS..-t- .. 'f ""e an -reae to e m l n ten

n a b.; o d a .I-r e e _. z-. -,w_ .6 -ere
:-.-,K :. B-th at l- ,a- t: ,tat a_ e- A .-- or w-
-"":. F*-=::.- 3 --- .t s visi-r r m topT-e ttO- l naak
:- p Olt'U~ f trui- t tt- d leran -!_ Arr, o being preent
-. aem p ,, .-.- ._-:.I ..... J- -, -- _._ I,

Th --- -- -- - ts a of the w ather i

;Mu-.- vefry. fobtha tte early vtl.
61 .a_- e- -ring t frit i tenr
W' -. . ho I -. ---_ pa :t r h- l. tha, t-- ,,t .
so voemk nooi-_ G.M. i Petr,, ioaneru i-:f th-

^^^^e^i irithe Ba-oyrhe olumbu- Ohioi n u E evem pan y. wia

-i gues of,. i. Smith the poatms
to' during e.. .h, aa-twe ek.rvr. t .er
|$ gu-th: -'ae a tdayaitaIn .akgi f .o t I tiTot Ind. is
Amrwaege~wfrhbadANeer le-Mti2W thugtthtthe fid and

tet~~ qsi~a0j@t peopl om the Uftd Pler and 'uih tedoll bing hrei aot,
tf t17 pa i e q re k ai t ber 1ade a

^^BlE^ -. ^- -o: r: -^ ^.. A. Krb Balreset of Iegrea firm of is

E.^ia? ^eitea~opB^ 1frv kbn sPenacghes pre settin wheek fat Areerr
ti .-., a Ti t y be ceotIfi t g.u e t hisrher, W,. H. smith.i

....r- Ii, ---i-M e -i slastmviait her u, p orsts
AAA- - t appearau.te oaimeealn- gently
___________r VKIE

-2 B P M^ ge thelte if-p y localt apm~ingatiaouf.-a they ctteannot
I^Ubet k4!B pet st~an -ro the deacighte dwi5mth *thrlinU O thil ear.u
iri~~orA~weftelt, vir fd Aie ArBMNCBiM teUM

Te ne"40C betiy one a ce deBni

S i^BaSiite a17 a.gut he A.ij isby eoioustiwrioat fremedies.
^.^l~lrift^NAl~l^ bright. P-*sCt, causdbyinfamie hd. Hon
_^^^Bi~is~b^Q^^5^['i~oi- mucatepouse ingot atAherEn-
______________ :Ia Tue Wheper~ ee f thisa tue ets ien-l
^ d - -' -; *:.- .lmii -- -, wt im hv a rnaling eve ning
J i~~t~coB~ea~--"day UlaitsDd iAftor h fe~4prtno I fr
vil*4 NAJGDI peopw in &,e- U-nM H w&: a-rkkm Arbyedaisiuro-bng pvmedies
S'^^' and- A" rdte thf~e8^y ole- ws
waitOB~l the peopte^ cosr ~Ike prese ioofctnwosautofhet
i~~~~it!, ~ ~ ~ ~ r i ---.-v-^.' a rl ole to theg etbiv uegt a
IN-*-.-^ nes^|--^--^ M a Mg^h p.,.- -:' luea! t~ihas a r robi -ou Td or

^riB~tte~airjea^ ia^9ed ^rN Impefec earine. an6 thea ti n
_- --_ I -t. d .Z .i the result, an.d
-. ._f .- .- . an.- c O
to* Mrepu=inas his. mbe rtd tt normal
jK~a~tt blad ente hearing winl be destroyed'
"" :e i Wlite pe-ple *In (Or-- whih Cs.oAhing but arn in-i
.-..-*-^*i ~ ~ ~ g~fiaaer nine0 paewlioT=Bt~~sesooo~t ten arecaused
:amaed coidtkOe of the mucous sur-
.,- -* ^a !Bfl ,- _**_ *--- -:.,*-. --- .; "* l xce -*'- .. -" :*". ^-.
---W t:-. O rWeiMl ve One Hundred Daolars
a Sp~aca~tibfi'f Bat il* cta m: Ot[ of O arnws i-.4we-l bi
_v IA-, --.- )tha we cannot cure by Lkin,
1 Oa(k. it 'is
Atmw $p1thLtOada t r Call rf (-Cure. Send for ciric
I Ui NEars.free,
.:_ t, M,- -eMplXa a t T.Y & Co., to.ed. 0.
J-.of lar-e e-zpedainc. _e b1 dr< I sT-. S. cents-
-. e e __:* __ -f w - --]
Ousant : h.-Ackers Bkbo EladIr, for
l- -] l -" :"t -- .... ;_.w :,beo ieft e4 e be<- fot f r e- r.
-. -, .o Pisrira .-Dpeple --. eBBu_ tta It is sape"ior

I*am- -&k -forVU$
11W c-^~ that at se-rate ^t whieb pmwifeir he whole -system and thor-
DW-ft -sros - -'4I iu -" --o- t "e- e" ..l-l --,n- F .-
Wzli. Ai*-Mvoo lsn~G.

-_ _.-, (3.44 I-- t- -.P-heha 1b e.t ai
A ,--i .f eeu.a rs annd. I- -t tfaB- be
by-.. -r 1, butt "o-id --
.:--i; C _/y .-_- ,yf:..it igrxol w .a on-
1* tife-1mer^s Is thsfr psi~kal pro-i the & raiultomuL msargot hfi-a1
cfc,The advwm .r n~poi t^ ^~l; Tbt mt ^tt^ o
A_ .I, JIM .0 P.bi.sh it' reMtab.. ef

--?_ ^ =B.-,-. =a :- : (- i t !:.- .- u -- a.d at.n? ciug .Mt _ie e --..e-
*hy' prpe toie .trng Ve abt A
V- _--- .ft e-- -. sa %- " b -

-i: t r,. - ----- --- I AmT! di---. b.
absihltkir This 'Wg the I4~ #Jed wce whn
_ ftbim am!lel but to
i^ wfiftmfts in -vpb- "magfr&W railroad.- We #,Eirl
?^^^r~l^ MOW* a- A". -4"4 bit-( h I-. tw
I~~~ -ae. banJ M XLL

Makes the lives of many people miserable,
caushWg stress after eating, sour stomach,
ic" headacheI. heartburn, iloss of appetite,
a faInt."al gone" feeling, bad taste, coated
-^-_---_toagne. aand irregnWaIty of
Mis Ml~rS bowell. Dyspepfit dme
Affte Wo st weft of itseM. IN
u ng, -s and- resmey ife Hood's
Sarsaariawhieh acts genlyyeteffilciently.
It tones the stomach, regulates the dipes-
Uion, creates, a good Sick
e u i Mi akn
-petite, bmaishes hewaacbel w
adrefreshes- t mn Headache
I" I have been troubled with- dyspepsia. I
had bu little appetite, and amt I Md eat
-sftessd me, or did me
t ea< oi. Mr e good. Afr eating I
Urn would have a faint or tired,
all-gowe feel, as though I had not eaten
anything. My troMuble was aggravated b
my bn~a pating. ljast Sour
spring I took Hood's Sar-._ 9 -.
saparLa, which did mc an StomaCh
--se amount of good. It gaveme an
appetite, and my f.od relIed and satisfed
the cmravmg I had previously expe
C4Zoaz A. PAGez,Watertoa, Mass.
Hood's Sarsapaiilla
Srid by an druggitg V; srftfw Pre6mpad only
100 Doses One Domar

- I

F.I..ea T. i4 S -c T

1. -- ullt~

fA-* -r M WL *

we useid- lft p- pexi It has
rWv tIgma tAkw me stmeg ft
Cocoa mixed .i..&a.ch, ArrOwt
or SuWr, and s th Mefoa ftarnm*
-ooma. ca&i &Muo <. O W _-

mf a I n.tl, l olrI, In,
1-- nG thnt CUP-- in r ZZ

w well as for per3M in bieabhL
61" br ._. jl~ii~ -
ALwr 11-M ^fc kt



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New and Second Hand Carriages and Wagons always o-n hand.
-. i pairiag. a Speeiality; _
The best work at tIhe lowest prices. Factory at corner Masonic and Bay
.reet, near county. j1.

-Maa-er for- -

-A. "8 IFFL
Keeps Constantly -on Han Full Line of .
Staple -and FncyFGroceties,"


J hitter and ,7heeie on ilee!

Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
i Ai. 1 goods deli.vedfre-fe of charge to any part of
t ie-city. ,


In- wholesale and Retail Dealer in-i.

TinwareMill Supplies, 1 0


IB-. 13 DU zI3UzIrO--^(/ & (X).,-

: : S- R j _, L P-A TE D -. : :
-. -"T rXv C O nP .JO l T r D ,} .

(Oainiesi ille, "- Florida.
D1 a General Baxking Rusineis. buy' and y Ifl Vtreign an4i omesti Ex-eahang.
T- he account of Banks-, Bankers. Corporatio,. Farmers, erehantsandi
others received on favorable te. rM. pecial facilities for xiang. M -
-OkCdlee6nsonall aeceshdle points i nthe United States.,

..- n.. . - i P-.-
Sea Island ( ttnn. Egyptian $-4 [daid Cotton, American and En~liuh oi Ialand
C- Con _BaMing and R*B-m-e Bars,. B- 3gingl .,Cn~ .t
ton Seed Ferilieri.GinerSupi. 4me Iland CAton .
S- Gis--Engih and Amerncan-akem .
Second-hand (Gins of all i nds in Stock Cotton Seed
Bought in Larg.e or Snill Quantities.w.m. i
Ajguen. throust the State?:4 Orf 5(tl arorlt~aa, oorgiv., Florm nd.-sdxtJPrwvf
.,. .. e, 1, ---.-. A. A verpoo. s MacKe, E g -nd
l-e, r Oa-1-i- -a. a, d
FraOfn am. Nab. byte 14 r If. Cont Smmflte See ar wrat, FCih Ali

B. F. JORDAN J>A- A. M3$

--1 4

General Reat Estate eots,!

New Kmate bugbt W#OWM: boustes r futtdor ta-rwlMenu. smd
th" boisin1s iacoomaetlo with all tb< of R eal or proFpdyW ind
fumr otroded to. All peras |bxriag jprpefty IforaMe reat are .olirita Ito
pa the ~a~-~~-~r ai. our' C : .- I.f ]

'.- 1._. -"* ^ *-.- :. -' -_'- ;
In th- Cir.ut Ccria- of lodwiF, Fah Judli-
{ i& cA flpitina auId lr Aia-aaocaty.
Chark--- D.Wood1
- vs At- A n t.
J.5. Clariste. -
ToJ. s-chrie. d Aefem-ant, a-a ail o -ther.
f- i reres- d : - . . ..-..-." ..
Take notice that I have instit1tei.- ant in
!atach-enzt ag tsfy i.tr the.t ef -t t
ain ha ti w-Eaid dibt. You and mM other perpans in-
1ere5ed ae t-iereJRt reqa'red to pear
r=",- piestd to the- dr- ra. b ta. :w ithi.
c atte' win tri,.a tns .i n- t-he- rs"
publi nf wilt beltlAe-fsm it you. March ,
IN. CHAtiLES I W00, IiahtItif
thnrsmarSmL"a .- -


Boots Shoes

shoo, EaNt Mam aeam wx to G. IL
Browiie. GatnezfVille. FlIW a. - OT


Houzsinp&aruiage Ninliu?
0 ' -a ' \j

ffyC8aiat ammionsmp's! bo=or Oak
I orders promptyu asiu*dd to


of a Kindis, yle .vim ftaW In
COTis. LOt3soijn. L,
Ripairittg. Vpbo*et^rl n d Job Vork
Iine bjy a Compeien Workana .
for roan_- eklem, enale s mtKeL-de
META-UJC CA.SES on bmt ogtR -ad -
-price*. t.e i crown BlockL
OAIXIvILLE, -. .- yL.-

-F'C3J S^^i ;.-
yO.) -^tz iar. ~acmise~~ bein~mg crove,
houto and Stable; miles jf Mtaaopr-
"~'~ ~ under Wvim ?mm4,cr's i
MIT"- ew -e
beaingnaefk pond; oel mt u Xm-Me-

Sette -ouaty.
be~i8. T- cres pbaicf<- Blau fo Lfaka-
I WT -CMt.- e nt. -
So. ~ -. jtbimhet ac~. UBmTbercJate jih f
laudr i'n .tlacnaeosty.~ffl ^--*

1 -..2-BJAt 1A . -.
I -. . tilnt IrIlnM It IlMA,
J~am -d3 GuizmefviH7rl


W holesae and Retail


[~ ~ ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~... ......." : : --:' ... ..:....: : :
+~I -a ....nd- lf l~,k~i.
-Staple and Fancy Groceries U L l -

TinwareW, ood and Willow'ware,Ci roAX
" ~I .. 'A-uLA D- & n .t --I -

; LA.,rYWMU- A L ALAb - -tJ .
Goods delivered free to any p t of the rt--Goc ood
S lo .eopriesa prompt: d ei -
iRindiNN SS EBaIcK. .- Ai-n-- -. FLA.



I B-publiean leadersare noted for the
remarkable diseoverles they make,
Theyhave just found out tha-t Gm.
Hill is not an aspirant for the presi-
dency, and that Cleveland is more pop-
lar in New York than Hil. When
the proper time comes, we niaginme, the
democrats will aserain who will'be
most -likely tcarr I ew York. It is
not believed that the republicans win
be eopsulted as to whom the democrats
will choose for their next standard-
bearer. That democrat, whoever he
may be,- who shall receive the nomina-1
tion for the presidency will carry NXe w
York by a verY decided majority.

-'Thankk od that congress is no long-
er a deliberative body,"' saiidl Speaker
Reed. If the 51t congress had been a
deliberative body the appropriations of
the second session would .o have
amounted to five hundred and twnty-
five millions, or more than double he
appropriations of the lastHouse, which
was democratic.

-J*h RH -fX.E A"A Bi" .

P/zziD5ssgflWf5I5WiOSTOrs~e.ckC/fkFBsfij,53 f MB(,Lss dAq^sit.
Skortess of Brath, Coes ,kI .. Scauy smORtki e s. -M
S,. Frightfd Dreuas,mdaf ,w T ..s_.rnriMfti sn?. .
For Sick Head.che, Weak& S-o, t
Digestion, Constpatgon, -.ver, -tCa,
Uwv ACffn AFEA, rwaftra%7v the msaqwclar 8qx, rewamtogIg4at e.
B,=back the iedgt< amrfieA podazd rustn withthe O
EALH the ie amaergy of the Unmanm aizne. to theresaTO Ad,.--;1sAA tEC-AZS nLLSB=AVETaEMLABSES OLE
5.oM2)r~~tolviurc^.& FALLENy Ca.5C iS<^tl tey
SoEa u entwf- the United Srta M & (if "-wr drnuw" doesa m t n eepteB)WZIL39A
RE^.^^aAjrPMHIS dea R vfT lRILCEgs. A BOX.- ?amf PloTwBI5PBS.)


Carriages, Wagons G Carts,

- A

-OF -
-^ i -:T r :

City Election.

I fo hereby gve that under d by
Tvitut-a f ca ordierw resoteIGU M*Adkmby the
City Conncil of tbeit-y 6of Caiaesvile. I-a.,
aneleeion is hereby a .lledand wilt be hed
Sinae sai& city on
U*O-DAT APR% 2L A-. IL. I ,-
to eleet the followiag officers for saM city 'or
Gainesvile. viz: : .
O2 e Ma.ar? ne 3Iajeil. OnClerk C and
T aarer. Oa CAReTwr of Taxes, One -O
?eor t -Taxs.. -&r Thb1 leerm "f one year
eaicli.and your Countcuimen fir the term if
The foiO win-a ned pme oTr s Re herety
I apt-oiMt- 'd iarp:nlr^ 01' |3 T-* eil -J Burkbii~a, 0. L. WhMite? atd
J. l. Util C k -s .i .-
_. J. 1EmNETT. 3d kayw.
. B.--Ti- pubIie i-. hr.'by Bot5Sed that in
I tlondrio- ve-- atst *aid: eiy eiet3mOt o. April
Si .-tt.. th cipt~ ~.~a~~l )r 1oXIi Lax of 6 olbr
;:iz-it pa d at !ea* t-h'irty d4ays pior to
Au"rt lIt.h as ,reqrlud th b Laws o.f flokri-
da. URJ.NB KETT,,tayor.


SO-FIE -Feb. S ib 1. 1
Notice is hereby niven that the Ibflowlug-
P-iNed settler hali" ed notiee ofhis intention
to u-k-e final proof inupoiwt o? his claim,
and that-said proof wilI be made before Rae-
ister and Receiver at Gainesville, -la.. o
April ith. 15iL viz:
Homeslezd W M, for the south bf. iirtwt-
east quarter axid s eh half of nothwMe*
quarter of section Iii township -13,-south.
Ira-- 18 east.
He 'names thefolowifng witnesses to .pove
his continuous residence upon and cunltiva-
tion of.said land. viz: -
John J. H. Bach.&r" A. l hodes. A. H.
BlitmaMi and Mack Colfins, all of Wilstoan.
b- A EA- .- : E .-L _e --
. E AJEXANDE-iN--_T- ster. "
Akditar.N fee pId torfbie


fe t.for Infat. and Chlld-en .

\.- *Fn.l l .l 2f nadapte _ocf_ l epQ I *^.1 : :o.r^ f^ *r*^-

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M A. Amp, =od p.BotES d&
1 & i eo-.Y. :Ima edc

o 'sia .o u--wue l and "e-a ye-rT- hame rseomu &-edU
: ,wf fknuawait sm-a wx Tsbtm, %-and 9hAH always c,-tiane to
If fl etoeaomn ift Few arithe asitlheami& fuiabtWodwed cza
waqrLMW fRw FPAsmu. I D,
mlnlzrmqn, 125th Stree and MrhATe.9
-f N 5ewlorkwit. E

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p ;t-os,%Merly delineation of character,
= dvj4-uleiails -o t_ Ple"And incident,
s.-illam ul wrought plots. ;Each
-.-iook is iI'ntinte.restin. No homesbould
"bewim imt a -t of these great- and remark-
aUe works- N K to have read them is to be
.."" - -r behnd-the a&- in which-we live..The

bsot sulber i p Inted rftnwpltswhnwtype.
-2 *01 volmdes4 antaiorksneaciOneof -hicngispub.;
In Ir gI


YE -e


!hs~ are are wiftoqost ~i T met hwm- novels that were ever written. Fora
*arte a. centurythey have been- veebratd i every nook and corner of the civilized
Wid. Teitaefer tiowi tadso10aes iu America not yet spplHed with a set of Dickens,
iig l hNh cotoiffte books m g peoaie n awodmrate crcmtance firmb enjoying
*lwiiy. But DQw. ewing to me e of modern improved printin-b folding and stitching
exay-aextremelWo prie te of Vhite paper, and the great cm ion in- te book
Oeliw mp emaed to-oQwto our anlmcribers and readein a eteolDickens' work at x
Whieh a i fa i ar P a. mvy' ho3l in the umd a be wuppied ith 8< s
=- et. aa Kl-i I -. -_. -: -

WewiU .ft fSus9Mmat f meB Wwe In TweN- Tiona as abore described, atl
"0 prepald by ourselves, aLso TH"z Ww Sux?- for One Year, upon receipt of $1.0
Fllaon< y g works In twelve volummes-for only 60 cents. Thi
e gnumestl preip u ever-HdM & pto this tinme a aet of Dickens' works has usuahl
kWf*(Wm s. Tell .l ytam l frids that they ean get a. set of Dickens' works, in
i've voluime*,wttb a yeai-mbeuttl to the Gainevale WEEKLY Sr, for only *l$.
meibe own aSd get thift great premium. If yiursubacrTiption ha* not yet expired, It wil]
tm'nglE~venen r 1&It wilt be extended one year from date of extpratfon-. We will algo
*mt of D ie enss,-above, fremand post-pai, to any one sending us ac lubof5yearly
S.A ^ -- A dr _- L IT.GAINE-vXi-iE, FLA.

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vels Given Away



t_ .- tftxa y oiw MW ..- t "^ m *- : r *
ian aecshm -tetoiereiWWWL F' f L
W-l- tistUaday-ld-it i sdju- : j- '- -'
it tB a odi a no 1 '
Theoaem -wiBhtyemdiaaApopua-tia to t-i.L'U
the United Stateshswinded-toateIBI "4-I - -P
I p aa_. .Hemohage "aboat five a
t o~ray aid e _. : ii.a... - "<*e -
-Jk "t-nMMWas_- _-W -he hsem"__Fve Yewars. 2 c 1a
!-_a -Maqw and- 56w Wt'ft -adVIL- -
Iegame us thaton iaaia." irtyV wan andotIxanc
The difference bitten a ans i "dose n SOedob. sIn _eS t
being turned en pofitierahd-igs mfdibeg ed n afewloreasy Sep. There
jjtamdis not such a very, veryvastone. *wasnofiirtheheagetilg etI l
SBlac Ie s are worked with pink "day. we I hsa-a s ight attack
Beads, fined wh it: h ink a hea tued which. stopped algotste .I.
bow linedwith the same rosy ash]. By the third day al t of
The French chouvtantu rebel against the blood had disaperdand I bad
use of the rnish word-y t" and in a e
i feree to their feel the wordw ill ov muc o Stegth. The
td probel "e teft- 9ifourth day I sat upin bedand ate
-Mary Reddy (colored), of CQucinnati, has "my dinner, the firstsofid fiodirfi
tatned a bookbinder to recover tier family *two months. Snce that time .
i Bible, which she claims she placed wit "have gradually gotten better and
himntoberebound. 4 1am now able to move about the
STo mae waterproof wrMng ik, M deth was d ex-
wt&whichwilnt b.lr ifthe Wi .i e: -OM a e
i-naeu lnza dissove- two OURC "d m ro eryhasi" be 1
in one pint alcohol ip C niseiJ a great surprise to may fendsa
through chalk a tAd mix with belst1a.- "thedoctor. There canbenoddoift
-."about.the-effectofGermatS"a I
W., h M a *is neresto the tsmand hasnhd au jt t evsito,
the earth farther& from the sun, the two itsuse. The only-relief W.'as
aeat, the least possible distance "ItSfu-se o. TheonlyreiUGef asafe
froze, each (other. -This mmte frstdos." aJ.l Lucon-w
ition occurs once i- aboat fifteen yeas. .Adelaide, Australia. *
Sch wil be the case in 1892, and such was -
the ease in 1877, when the two I iI
moons were discovered.
: II :' I- *-~" -- "1 B _, If__T n0I *!~ l -

Napoleon Aceased of CheatTng.P -ls
The emperor had long eit hurt by the I lll
opiionihd expressed - h.s Spanish .B I .M- 4n *.IIf.-
i enterprise; betdes, he had. considered that S A E WX.
the arrangements I had madeat the time i a j
whaen the princes arrived sit Valencay hdj^ bxftbese pmle WMB save nnyi
too much regard for their safety. And so, I -liatr ain deetor,'s They as* .
-from the firsttimewemetagnat a-ites.,ejpe.iany-p -ej a.: ,
*oarconversatioss-ourdmscnssion, I might: Fam**j.I* ina'li:^.5
call them-were of an irritating nature. t = ., -Ly.lA5H
On one occasion. aiAong others, assuming ad sIA5ppliesawBat*orf-t. Theyve.
-an air of banter, rubbing his hands and i movP nubeality nceulitlsM fr-i
pacing up and down the room, he said to tbeP witboutu5ae' emgig
t-- a ; me with a-sneering look: -.dn tsyg an- v rce
"Well, you see how your predictions have I SOLD EE LKWUiE-
Sturned out ahbut the difficulties I shodi- .i I I . -
Smeet in settling the affairsof, Spain acord-
ing to my own views.- I have got the better
- of those-people aftir all; they were all -.
can-ght in the nets I spread for them, and I
am master of the situation in Spain, as in -
the rest. of Earopie!"
Driven out- of-patience y this boast-:-
I-which-in my mind was so litle justifid-
and above all by the shameful.eans-he
hadsemployed toI wahis*m, i repliedt
Shim, -though calmly, that I did not. Sae
things from the same'pint okw thFt
I he didand, that I be-ieved he --ado0st
moare, hn he had. ganed by the BayoMPeLP
--events_ 'tWhxt do you-M ae"by that?".he-
i nqued "Well," I red, "the .thing
is vey _plain, and I wll show it to- you y I
an example Let -a man of -the wo*rld Ibe. POWS

I have foolishly, let him he a faithless his-
-band, let him, even commit grievous fealts
against hia friends, he will be blamed, no
doubt- but if he be wealthy, powerfi.
clever, society maybe somewhat indulgent
to him. Let that same man cheat at the
gaming tables he is forthwith banished
from good so6iety and will never be for-
The emperor grew pale and embarrad,
and said not another word to me that day.
K I may date from this particular conversa-
tI n our more or less evident r -upture.-
STafyrand Mmo .irs in Century.- -
I Hardening Steel Plates.
-Experinents have recently been made to
asertain whether it cn be cn.dently
Sstated that oil hardening ad annealing, or
- s ne such process, is necessary for steel
' i-t. Messrs. Brown and .Messrs. Cam-
elL. the two great Shefeld firma, makers
of eompound armor, are now satisfied asie
f this necessity.
- A 9-inch plate of steel was manfactured
And cut into two plates, each 4 feet squ ae.
One piece was left untreated aAd the other
was oil hardened and annealed- They
wae fired at by the 6-inch gnu with Fiath
Ste projeies weighing 10. ponds. The
astriking energy of the blow upon the Mn-
treated plate-was 2- foot tos and the
energ of tie blow upon that which h-ad
Seen treated was X5 foot &ons. &
In the La.er case the projectile made ma
Sidentation of O 3inche.athat light wa
jIuntvia-blethTough tihe m er ofthebnle
I at the back of tine plate. Thoprojectle re-
bonded.pbrokoen intro 3 Sees. The plate
was mIacki throqgk, but was whole a"-
so imteialwas qptintHed oat n ther at
fo (rost or- be k-In as of the un-
-treated plas- the shot peowd tfiogkad
-the ql irng of thie ateel aroud the hole
i -Of the plte _qa o a Gpace of


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WeA guaranteed Cre fr Picm any -am*
GUaraeedad aoldi oly by
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m.aF. r ted qE^^ _. ^!
neaCoI ieiiiti~ ?r. ,i~~uai =7mgg5odis tm~ai",,aoC.it 064

bone. caused bZhWM pofta -,W .

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Slate of Flmr4.da, f Attachment.
ITo S. Scaborough; -
You are hereby notified that a writ- of at-
tacbhment has been Isuetd against you and
your-property attached to iSasfy the de-
mands of A. A. MeRae & Co.. f unnItlg to
twenty-seven dolais and fifty-three eent
t$2 -). NOw, unless you shall appear before
W. MtSttou, a jn-stice of the peace it a ad
for said eonty, at hb omceat Orange HlIhtI
on he thireenth day of April. A. -., ID-, at
ten o'oelc. in the forenoon, judgment. will
-be rendered gainBt you andd ywM- property
ild topay the-debt. L atedM d Oy of Feb.
1SPL ( eshlebl) A. A.. MeLPla ntilL

I A persons who are Indebted to the late
Julitu-Strk are hereby notified to eal and
tule same at once and all pervoPGuabavn ug
claiimsgatfuist the-".ahi deceased re rptnes' 4
to preset tne sPame for- pyient witntn six
nmouth after the fIrst publk-ation hereotor
this notice wil be pleaded In bar of same.
This O1ct54. Isf
Exec"-ror!the Last Will and Teutament of
Juliu Stark. 4eeesied. t"uriboetndj

-StateoffrlEida, s County Judve's Coart,
laha mtiunty- i Aluehia eaqnty, Florda-
Int e matter of the will of J. Madlion
a>rtmBan.'deceased. -
-w-hereas the .uneupatIve winl of rJ
MdisonSparkiman. ha ben ihis day f led
i inuyxA~ac f(r probate. Th*-<- are th-refore
to cite a id admuIonish the kindred of P*d
dceaed to shtaabow eaw befRe ame within,
sidty days from the first pimlAtimI of thix
noik ^U ~a^they haT^^ hby im ~ nasau-_
p -tilve shoul'j%,Ad n-t be al&- *d am4 Ad-
minedtp probteaE. taterwi'e .-id will*Mlice
prolate'd-as asnd .Uftwlviars iW1 a nd zmta-
ment o a4if d -Ae .md.
- (liven uider my band and seat of mBice.
U"is. Phirsry 2Sad, 1L "J- C. GABRDNER.
tbiretr~w~w : Cunya$ Jgle.


Nyacle ei herebtiy fAv to a&H wham l amy
oac .tf 01 T" ao aa. the tib day of
ApriL A. -. 1. L the uaJersinued, a-
xzardiaW I9'Mitchkell laFA. a mnwHr. rewI-
1tn< IB umri btarowjty a., w^ill aPply to
thae lon. J~f. Cti~inder, County Ja4d1 o(
Alacfa ec+ont. Florida, f00 au thrity w
Soell the fuloqwifte lands' .vine< biuu-
inAimna countyty. snta rOf I
crvittd as followss to-wiU: s_0e undivided!
b&V Inletoet in sor> the tMrtben-'TtU $qatfr
eflbuo~rtbeat tqartet of> !section tw

15In ~ ches sn smnmicThe ou cur anyew d vtk v
th o t the bark -M the pl5ke covered a f -,,r siexn a-i-t, bete'im
of~Tir 33 iTTUT S1UM ^- ^ ^- Tepse id1 JWU ctta
wholeU, -:i l t- .a e" V- V I rt lT plaHI.t f ^ !UI4 ! ",pu dp them-stelif- the mS t 5e| I I
l !i~miy .? I-I I I, M l Ml- I T I.I I V !. v II wbI bI" I rIapI[ e I | .. -5 -_i : :" " :'S rT ^ lG ^ ^III< ---

"-~~noi re ai . .. .. ak., but.. glT we t ts 6 9aj jacu .itig, .- ._*_ -: ,- ra II-g_. . *.
Nor W Tim*. YokALLARI 4 WALLACE, Druggl Sole t ifw
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I f S ingratw ain IS n,& It. coa d e aring tH I M ] I v b t
TWELVE COMPLETE. -NOVELS "- b '- - r-i b :

37 the Xmt Npada^ Atorj; the n Pure L^^.^_e iquorsine

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i meAwayTo^tteieto^ear imS!51OStedKfara%3dO^ilu^ -yLroF
T h- i een_-8 h . .ps b.. .ad ... t .... itb._

f-. i .. ---J _. L- i.rl cu aSt- u~asw : n
SH E. W E E K LY_.___.,,u ,_, S I-.- .h... _cthat.f-tothel... _-

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S~&,-- -.._.a mIM M f %- I"ca kd -UaZaghtBS E!. T ... .f- o l
^^ftsss^e^.^swyrssso ^^A^-ft 1W^^S
-be* IaAWAY to- all i-bSiuibstiut Stw Rgibr ati toecrotrCminlll

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u ._l. g .nf c. at of- tmie -. ... ads V aL j A
-- ju ki *_... ...., ..-t -.oi0=.- ---- .ean -

itbi~~i~ gg^^^ ^S r st4U th esffw year wahatt pne -__ a ttti #iZd- mm^ aporIg^l ^it of.^ ^ -! m. r. **
brema'- .jst imeioma wont. I-ofmniho#

eW b walosea UAsew r' t a-- Il. -1, '. r ~- < Via. A I t A M bLR LY H. -v a
Oka= tche." F ~ -0t eeN-aral Msw aIF*-"-YI L ~O F
wedant epse'oF~~0ou s~nftet-ina~ emflifa906- sa'a,4 j v iete- f" 44W* $ 1W ~.- -

ri~~~~~~~h~o th-seri eialyn antg *t ^^iy "*' .. - laes new n e. **------ Jic p; Isiat. o j r tda, we. the^^ WJ-g 'T 89^-!I^i ^ t* u a ? a
meta %. _ d

IjbaIjtW vv5Ii ofbt Au 'e Ub tn-jt ,. 1

w ine -w 9 Wa- W "^ >- - -- ^ M ^ S .- *, -- .- ^ i i X ^ ^ ^ B ~ ^ *-- t* evs eti -t o^TW f _5 W ?*'eat ~ a t it --mf^c id W il h.r** *^ t^ *~
lot alme y wrIltbewnt mrethn ti e the h -at __ A-

A"_ and_ _a__ _ lo t.1* a m. a- Sw the iS^t to
fla w" Trcrs are am t w- t Ow e "S ,to m ou.t*

*- -. .- .- ee U^CdLJCU __ __ __ ---E M, Eeb A- lbo--T -i~ -- N.' ^* l J ^ ^ ing wter ^-se ta^ afl $
-.---MIA 6 -k b e. g -fL of ; ).
If~~a-~~o~~heut Yawkmm."1aftu1a-k~n mahot & t .7i" Wi.I ~ igsi.tj~. trhr
Ip r m nI 6 o tF e # A e slt a A e- LW q% _v n o

kqA. _w -s" AK ILIACK; ynnOWWiVII
Homesteadl No. 72 for ;be Ar Wtfbw"
quarter of oatbeast .quaer and unorlihte
quaar of pothhwest ourtr W M
He ttwme tliefe Itf y to P
ohips u< ralA Ia mad Ie% wI-I
tka of "MM lidt, viz:a- ,.: Ik
Fla.a r --_- : "-

F~ftetr'a fee Paw- to~fbdt
IorA. thoJdlesA.I flat-man, )& eCtm s
-E X$,Ir$-ALL"
Under and byv irt- e w of a etemfmW' tk-
It CsurexMf aorw mWad w .nd reedwd
the Vth day of )mry. A. I 1 by HOB-

Ae ck, -was, alo t- t :sasnbem.
in .A certain C=35* 01# 2W- a4w. V

Bowland I. e ina--, aad _.--tm -.
Jackiqa,h is 4feuodautn,-a Incf eu h orbw
door In Gaincsr~e, Ahtad~fa esenaty. Valoi-
daa pub'in tT e ithe I-
biddr there-w. on. Mo 4 a04.K -h 4 o
I. A. M3& ML fftwee the lrb"" t of .
=b-e tng & < ty. A U UiMl r .1aM
-rlingd badin the cotty of Als- I*
the *Late offlidxa. da" dew.gbo Sonme.
to-wirt: th aBu.ttfuwiercftrore nuart'

atqian*arlevCT id fo A1etea In 4n-
the mortheawvreo ofa trso t"a no-ems-
fltatut" shout Wav Also tbhe Wt h of t euthea *ItUlam
of tk MaUwtheat quarter of e 3a I s to
<-rotilw~ Mn. BarUcm 0" etai
asre^('is~ad. snore or 1ai., T e4~ty with-
aw1 and stassf^r. fhe tewea/ bcirdii
nnete^Aad pt~rtrnabtY4 to tie MB-
logingc t io smrwhe ap rtialuag. 5**M
povperytobe Sd aw te f4w eO0a.
Iene4mBt to Onay amid fe ? 4
coa Term*wL Bca mA&.T.^%
As "povatUsl'? IwChmoy

A la IX~YfiCKT 1^5IQN-R2!llU^T

is~fsssecw'BUT to akqnwlq CtIO"i r
IALR Berlth, _
Z. fr. ortfth fv.roe Ibie. -'
Not* to Tppe.r, $P408 4avo r du1 0-o
-T S^at-i SW VuBstba. '
To F l. VlsKWBwtb.ks'i4I$a< -
dee dat tk j S.f Ir 'wedk wl airl*I -
ILIMVrfIe tklhk et lir r tat tho
uttec mfta~fs ai-% -- kW *0N Atiaat* a-r-
IJ Of O AtOe O Udani atINhn000a p ..-
#4 bmo lnviand Oa tijilbd drwAnnt to eo

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feauf wherrwf af 4wtep ^e-.1inlsem

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ia t -~~ai- n -rim *.a eC*Wi -t -

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wft whefil Co bw.h..-
'mm ted -;we tin e(mi of sum

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- ,J -..f- -!5 t- -7ale i s f i f
-! f. s gea_ a M-apof. EWE
wamade ia the-year 58
-,-- lmmaT-1> IanH-i the fa T-k iseekMing

bderim"Idpum ef anp m laofoorderofile t It Yf icA Cmft of
b-i reedy Hon. J C _. _xrdner, Fo-i aift- -
OC rty Judge in -" f-r A"acha eonz _-V-- ...
..ori, o tbe2h day of F ebry. A. IxG. A ..-.s.
W I. W W pWI -atp- ueoucT be forte lb.. -
eowrtboe -doo* i taislledoAineh-a34loBict^ ^
omNty, Forida, olin Monday, tUeh da c.t -. .._...
April l.,Iicibetea line IogaN bouts of %QUWi6 ti Ba I= 1w AV BM,
sae the sateboin lega-. l sa ledy, albersl of the f -
olwfdeseribed. re sa of a be- Ygot, I -- -.-
Ilgig-otbaestate ofSoBoF.HaOwF id I-
-dtoWi-L Tbe-lottracts ortpiueces .i s-e.-
real estat of~ and b-fp. i . ...J -
of lamiulza~ta lying and being in Alachna NOtketO5App pead.WWi fer de&m .
eo8ntygflorida, and described as follows: THE STATE iLORIDA.
cornearofgat tstTest c mer - ...oek,. .a.,ge ;ee3, in the towma S.dmkCa r ..Q -e..
ofGaisnIvil.Aliche.a co y ot h. aiI% ase ao a Tt 1 -
V _yok tuthesr eaoi adu.a P of I Sweetlan h.Cbstieml &at a esidentof
wmh ic s an ahe in bok2M'pbei .In theth te-flodaantattes uet
public uie&dsof -Alsebua is* cFdat saUU-1naedau~stt
and running north one-i iY twenty ofN ew Jersow. and tbai a d -
I'W feet zihenee-eas one hundred and ten 1 O1ver-n ys of
p%} feet, atence south one hundred and e. J, *,.ChrjSSt
twenty t feet, thence west one hinared Ib PtU Ie. uI sa- 4w-,1Ir
ad tea W ,L ee. to the -plae of-be.gini-i.. .
c anlt --~re -or ay u ,1 i e-
One hundred W!AI)feet squar in the 504 wthn
east -cearer-of te south half of lot ten fault1ubeesofadeere two in ,wm b
Bro wnsa tioa to the..to n of aies~~~~ie. er^ tafrhr iWe --th b.-, .
Florida-" The baf ot t fuirher r i ouhrr ic -
as Dper plat or map of section -ixn p- d-. n-tn -Aia i2 &., a newS-
townhi _n 'I ut rn4e' 1 typaper puIIisbed a 51tinIuSl JIn A la~s-_
east, ae by Wiam C Mller, | icn. .ri .ada, .one eae. week for tamr
C. .and n. flie in I-be%-le c- oca t- w e "-k A -
cfama coOtmy. qronda. Tnora ithhalf of lot' Zn wtsweoIa retn
eleven (11), ol action ,1 sixtenet my band a"Afixed tp tie* ofealU ur ( 'im
ten 1) sokih,range twenty (ea st, and i. t, the -h a a A-
mu oof l _ta berten tP. in- etion sL- SE AcAr-ci-- S_ .-
tee x x ofTOtnship tun (01, q sauthorfrane .S -- erk C .tCo"
twenty eRaa eonlkno 10 map of surrey o f A UU
sa- seelo_ zi lxteen (-.mmde and df-n b y
W-tC. Milleronffle in the tl4ek's ofm of Clker khenit Court
said county as tie wfstI of the Florid&aSoUth- 1 .A& I _
em Railway iand further described as - _ __ _ __ -
U*amnwi a sutaed(Iue east of northeast cor-
ner-of-ot ) eleven, which stake is 4lteen _- 5i-LSA. .
IM) je* f rnt he center of said railroad; -
ihence rnningsouth parallel with said dri -der and byvirtn der. of are- -
to stake fifteen (15) feet from the tentr of loare of ot awdne and rendemd o -
said railway-trac ; thence west two-hun- i he hdayof an.aryA. A .. .- y 1. m---
dred and sixty-three ( feet to southeast oaat.O J.J. Fi-dley. .-d of te rit- .
rorner of lot.eleven (I). thenoe north (8W6) Ctrt.th JBkital Crcuittoflorida. iaI
six hundred and sixty feet to -northeast eotr- Ifor Ala cha rtnmtv, Florida,m as hambe
ierTofelotelve -(ll),the-neeast eighty-tbree-on thecchanerya.idem a aidUM rt. ia. a re. -
(83 feet to point of bEginaiUg exeePl so i t- a canse there pending whelanet The- Brad-
muchf thoeof a- was sold to Rebe- Sley FeatViterC y i tW plsitaai aM&
Wys ong, October the 9th.ii and described Josiah T. Wals ariElieA Walls. hi e
as follows. Bgcnenins at-a.stake -. fifteen da as -
feet westof the Floridla Soutbhrn RaliMay, chancery. wrill sell at public mzcrr ti
theceuot on parallel With aid ratlr d -It r I the court h*-e dooI in the ity Af atme.-
hundred and i wenty (t feet to a stake; i-e, in a Alaca county, FlorVI a, to tThe
tIe- .eewes onthetrm-ieridlan four bun- hieadest biddrherefOMoada
ded and TW tenty < .feet to a -stake. thence tP ti ,day of ApriL. A. l b -a t "
sout:-,parmAe1 with the east linf -four butt- letul mIoursrf sai1, b tingilcal sal- day, thA
dred and twrenty 42ft feet utoa stake lheace following described piece. pae or ttraA t -
east paajle with t est line four hAndred, lastnatd. ing aad being in the f and tvwe ty i4201 feet to place of beginning. of Ajhebaa. in the sxatef Flrwida. &an di-
adjoining on ;ihe .touiti to lands xUwn-0i~y zy N; -.- rtaetA as followto-wil lot (,- -nu trty-
.D. Ptllips ^ aud J W. Hudws.-m. Thea 'tuth --veofthee3.TiWill-t trat.tn s^-4iua ,
half of thef north east qarier ofse:on thii T eleven. sou-- 4f range N x
ty-tht&e [!ij. t [I eghtrn east. coniunin (-si.; ethiby more of l sand teiren the s ainte lland x -
acres. -nore or -k The northeastquart 0r;rOociCU-buyTbohomiaas Harris. wtwi. v-ldsthe-:
the nort!-,Zeasltqiwaer of -eecl On t T, owasiHp~e|ht?). ranee nint7'een {i4 tlandsiaiear the -int-Vt-ot.adearedhtaaetuta
?eaitzLrhig ;4WC, -iaer-- mcort- **r 1r---; Tne | and appurtnance-% to w e esa=ar Itonw j.j ag
northeast qutrtor of -,he nort-we-' quarter1 in anywise siniu g. Said entyo le
[aML the iart hw-a't quarter of-he nor'heast ,d -s-..w I of samid dfendan,
I qu erofiei-naon i-nl -. township enlist '', 1josab T. Wdzl*. to saAml4Ty s-andra in&M
Range ei hten -1'-, .-oraininz eis6$y'-^ i d-cre.ie~s an c'iwmia.. 'aerni- i acres more or Ie -. The s-outhweast-si tte M. 1^1. B. F. HAMP1 M
of sect ion ie11%ownDhip seven l. ra.- Sprangalriaslee i Chaxicyr.
eighteeo .0-. contii nin- one hundred and tL-uzsniar]7wiw
four in south putr- I IFNAkL PIIO OF.-
townisp eIgbT_-ostu %) ran:'- eighta-n ij L4t.n OmtciK AT (ii.AlrxU vTILait
east.. .Or a-.dich-nt-amnunt thereoftio-pay-
the debtsof said property 4' Ie4 t- znfce is. herey girenfitat ahe iosvwtu-
soldtopayithe debts of stdo estate- Terms nanmI settl-r h" btled votces of hbs- i$ten-
cetsi- s. L. W. FEYYEi.t I tion to make final ito i a ft
ibvrik.1r4w CoinmL.*iouer. c1w n. and that prts wi Mt
W:'. Ha sefo e' Register and R wverat 6atevid,


. : ';.:-r^^ >^.::_- .-.- .-" -:: n r '-. ni- ~ -" "- ,~ i coord wh "a - .R A --R A I : ----- lili

n bt, for disorderly conduct, was fined 1
IJ.Iii" .... Iinx the mradr's court -sterday morn- Is VI-;&L 1-T ^\
____ Mesrs.3.0 B.Thoms ad F.P. lit, wad in al
OFTHE DAY. In all disease ot
-SM or0 FACTIM OND- IG K )oi Hines, lid farmers from: the Frank- eWSUtlali neroi _

f -: U se raE .i fr --H p t .~ad I~ e.- ." -. o:_. iib NT

.= --!_:I.?-. .._ .. .. .- Aymou h ia"re le hea.s a tii al- disease, and requires a cown.itiutonal meit cal re medies,"and !made
: ^-::_i-.BB-,-: ^ f.J-< av .HIT h t. use Antii-- rem ey eHood'aarsaxpar_ lla to ef-;" dt "cma"s fthee^ "
-.- i l A. ""et of Jesvile, was i The ateno of the Board of Pblie e msoeof ep.o-- :P"i %M .lo od -

_,. wwUU theIit-.--. ... Wor allledn to the endgitiotn y. e o- GtOods at H (
--I f oo rid- on nuoi n street which e .y U
--,-bS:-'---i- P--"or a d--iord-ered liver y'eeeham s ses the Sweetwt.-r 'branch. in I "__--"-
AN'D its present unsatecondridon people ross- UItkmtWs U rati M- rrMm
- ,_. I. v... _.J.i. G&riftn,.of3o- ea w.sl s the ing are lhble to serious injury. f_ _TIE SW I, SPECIFIC C tO At^ O Ur -an uary M a rk :
-*: ~RIA_ AN .. .-. a- -_aD~ MW o

ai. eity yesterday. FoR mr-House and lor acres ofTh rc r'd o
-.. .- -te-. ouses.to re-t, furnished or unfur- land; two acres cleared. New frame I -- "l es not only intheci6:,1
-Ti"e "towi. ...the f pra- o te n.-hed- -. py toM .s. ... - house, 4 rooms. Good arn. Also un- ,: not theX ty.
to be b4 a Col brmni Rufs Tckr o der good board fense. Enquiire of A. UaB~fi overwhelming response 'to our
... S Sar ...t, : TeSker, of. J m, _S Hutch.son. i ne reason bIO our
A ^ .^i parents- dtfai^yed Y YJnD. Westerfield and wife, Chas. marvelous values we are govfn-
Vf'Hoitolw Choice varietyof Pampwas^A praSS o1. Westerfield and wife,--hicao;E. a 4irs giving tan. .
. _-_ .__ i _t i .f t has for- sa- e. E. reat. Mrs Iw. Ac- -' S^. Ellwtr Howa Fals. S A ,- n,. --

BESS K.PrteL. ;Fra Wt~illiams, of Ai^un> was drew, Balimorpe; W. T. Sim, Atlan- g^ |g i6SKeeyayu;and second, fro
G-.- A. Gdn i-try- terday. ta; E.E. nBlngs, Charleston; A. W. u :-- ) '*use ,
Method^i^I yo haveg th Attend VKwb@Cd3 eWas are.Prc t
ofFoiaVesfoc Mooare. Flrne .C;C .Ree.Yz~u i~ mtit- aq-,I

ilmid -toeophev--W F. .~.i~n~FsoiT ;SD mesnMcnp;~~Jakr~~
&-th f -l 0" l. Pet t -y and son-. Moitosh; -e b-- '...u t.. .
V jM- f. iWorkss B.is. Jod ad ade t flc ig toP thY. eee
adsOS;- = E i .y... D. Sterling, Turtle Creek, registered at 1 O: No s m
J ittoa t^ thod-W.eF. I G & Teaon f haness, the rown Houise erdry Ile "a Redcton Ifl E
on reet whichs

P __. E. W Hol- ^-W. Hampton, left for Tallahassee _0_Whr on pleasure heat or s e Ew
AIL: to. As .. .. h : .. .t" mo&. .. ..

S-aB ye dy < asold take on every trip a bottle of -^ ^S ever before been given to th
LL ibr aIw-m ^ : Sh --l For.Sae, EightaemineEa .ut Gareo Syrup of.-igs, at ac t- m -t .pl- .an..
-. F.AM H vile inwhoe orpar. GE.Hcn'.--adu and effectually on- the frdneys, liver { you do not look at theyt
-itsEY In M--. J. B. Brown i- peopandr bo -Bls pr even t ngt evr h "aid-N
n_...- .u... i.eas ahe -nd oth er f orm s iof sknjury. ft:
1- GrfO ooi*ga ibeM 4M 6M M

c^ aSchIoo . ....-Missep- ^ sale in e an $1.00vbottl fbyoalead- ^ o-r^
___ .s41e .. --s .. . In te In Dress Goods, Trimmi-
... i-sLIie,..Iuenfleavessemag..rugurstc.es
,f^Tbe^Bi^ ,i~lence ofMsc4 today on a visit t -friends. -- -- ,f fV a L
^IK ^ ...... J .u jde.CoeFor Mayor. V ,
S YourStruly. rtaurn-b t dd" hor- As wnll he fet l an wnremet in Notio ns, Fceancy GeoodS, Deom
fD sf -:e I to Pound t ateotercolumn, Jde A.3.Cone will
:-Samel Nipper of Jonesville, Pent benddate for e office f mayor.

twlfr. c _- t day ill ^yth CY yesterday. Judge Cone is BOW presaient of the A.
^-jiiafcw^smumueim m^B j. s~ ffiCe-s tis 0tfeeaoB of council, and one of its most active and j J'Tern6rkis Spo Cash.--*- **
-e Elixir is a] pah r stairs, opposite U. 8. oinpetentmembers. -He is aman of ur1^ ba- __ .
j^ ^ it0aietc^ ability and a trongadvocate f public^ it fi JAMES BE~LL,
B^dI^ ^ e y^er ha tof New na ai lle im ro sm nt li snfv ro o d a o c r e r ^a fi
486 .e o. .t cre, at as early a- day as oofsible, al a a to A
.m~al^^dbem. e8Farnsl bystaaaw- Ju. ing tesctyrsffientd -sa wtfe, I a wear .Staoner, SckBI-: 8xp!lcsy
f^*^uoftka S e, l i i a few weeks, and thei get w i
wh E wl her att il spohi an if EF.
.-ofe~re.e by Ux. Mrs 7 wes- Cu.MssSlieSo e) e Beltewimosrve; tWe iTy faiith l Aand m ne aki

......ho.... ...t he.yyest..a wel.. doesn't suit. B W.O. .t :
JudgeQrdne..issed.ne ge e --. B.. But Ws pretty sire .o.suit -
f le.. e- t o .... ..To.t h pu i ia tioI of your blood, for at s it W ldflt be.. d.-. -F RIDA
M.C%^ft _Vft"&Y **ELBI

Fop~fl~b -n Maygtetint g^^Awi~sGalnesvftIe,Fla.-4du medicne, as iff March, Apitiand iay. --- -- --j-. ,-- ----
ot M m nd, a thr n .. . Crom welpl- Hood's C;p. ria is th W Ree. -- A t e- 1 . L Bo I
A B- .. v-e... an Flra V iew f o or ite spring m edicine. It sta o un-;. n i -

JtggflNaIwoU 11DO5 hsmonn o i o hunt. eta4for purifyin blood, w~ming I ^VY I-^H Ii r^.I I i1 I 1-.
uute'^ .t*^^ I|^& PrMisredI c ^ -s Srofual, salt rheutm, etc., regulaiig V L IiL- I I ^I *:
....'~. There. on..e..ortof co umpiom.. the kidneys and liver, repairing nerve ......
tud-NU .. KochnTl- irt cfcan't cure-thte consumptiont of tisses, istrengthening and invigorating ---
7R w eTm liless: Frei BX- ttose & candles at Merchant & the whole body, as well as checking .
1w myN b ,ibr ]Noay's e'L- t Lhe progresof act man chronicdi-- lght- Tm te 'I-e midst of tof swim. Com-
Sde any eu YAas ease, and restoring Jhe aswaim=i i w R i th n e y miiist

-.T i w firt T CTOWd wh. we at ta, ...y onditio. you. petition out of Sight atd allor ivals Fave

^ll-z lin n B-Iwrr s h in k esterday report having caugbt~) *ea hare nhverp tried -Hoods ?araaariiia lr 1 .
^^r S M sitey' s I f ... your -prin gmem-cne,-do so this .
rthlroaL nd |rTIer- goes, o CO-Ml 01FF THE .PERCtt. J
~~~~Atl -Pn el ejo.
-.:=. S t_ Inld ._:.5..e .:-- ..: y= .ror:-: yor -U i "^ i-'l^ r'll" "=X,7 i --" : -
l'W~re?"'- To Merchant 4 Iau- Da |
g B At:i!-:: e ireques..t of many voters, I here" :
-by apuuc pasl -:- -
.---T. A. -Dro"goole, 'with taiy aWd y since myself a audidate for- the- Thev could not sand the strain of our prices; wee
_i_--_ - others bad ap, n n office of Mayor of the citv of Gaines--
,- vil-- "ae, atthe -election to be held 12th day i-
- .^ rn *wts e I w. a ^ _W & of Aprilnext. . ICot J_ C -UT -"
W"Si~f1 J~ene aasHWOM^ Xeteblam Daugjbtrey bve-Just.re- --- ~
J^yfl nrplditheeveniBg ceivediaicgasortment of fine candies, A Mas XMy & Wen -
U, W-a.._ -h ret hoe. n.tsera eet, which they are sell- Boastof his temperate habits with e. .,, ,_, eerv
hi-ra.ita t -ereS Oiere!-e Ja ,. Bearn,, n- promi-nent atorbtof hS elaly hbit oe a chance -to buy the bet goods at less pnres than they
I guuging e tc ona old relief upo . .. .. .
.. .. : .. . ..." _- . .. -- b ''- o
-:ii -ey ot (Oi, was in the city on busi- g" fac Terd Web poi.b u drli ea.u iy for -hoddy ones. We wsh to close out urtock of
U bad A OrIVAUPaid week- yesterday. : Tetterinte is a positive eure for Tetter. kid Gloves and for isreason have reduceiir 75c glove
-OV 7 se -xint -sp.IokaU of M A - i.. dinworm, Ecz"ema, Ground ItcI, pro-|. o -
desiri-g-- .Mr.-.-- -o rs f- N. A or..re's ndru and ,^ every at the ery- of .
Ube, book "CIIanud BIe Tts,- can itches r5eet " We ha oc many noveltien Sripe Chmere
e Ver. dy for -~pa. May- ode.re Bl.' Mis
-^Ive &j*SSrt A at Los-tmanhoodLoe eutings Shoulder, Scarfs, Duchess
e y --p at the"rip. nS ia Ore to ote that Mr..- i. r -eral debility are al cured by P. something new and very stlh. S -nc oun-
-- .f-e Ttoka Grivdy^ l -a blood- . prifyig andw leagsi---N black and wit novelie that ca not be had else--
meft -,I S~e l sb u e y.e" noa -W -re en ..._ _-_ __ are. .. .. .. in m btc an l t o e ti s t
B ...very, het.. of P. P.P, th gret-r blood purinier whem .- ".
-- .. .- ^" -* -, -,.-: ,ved a .arge and well seleted a - r A Ii-k W :S
:M. am-d Ms. i-ayld hir lovey iott ofsprsin and summer cash- Iyrou are weak and feIl badly taet L_ IVSI-I -v (-I .. .
-o d 0 w t-, dagn, t ou w t P. P.P, d wn, your flesh -
U- "-niKe smit Which will fit y-i to a"t," and mtreI"th.
:: -*. p.___ I^-_ i >-" "" giv hum urod a oee.-- -I-"- -- -: _.:- 3 -- -6
rsla aea g.iv hi .- .-: I ST.-AVL,I ,_ula iso. I The- new ilk ad wool goods m Cream and Black.
hMP~~gi~J new- 9xiY-ut___
--- $- -m EL.E II. Thbomas, -county Japanese Remediet Co.-G4eneme": -
L011 16M Mr. frm aCot _ree-wasW in the e -I hye&been a hgrvet -suffererfom -both'
:. -wF lwdy. I external and bleeding_ pile for the last I :S_ T I "
\ - ,,,.-=-- I ..... ,- ILS y rs, I have employed thet- beat n TA Y'R,?" I
"- _M.I : Foa SA.--One of *te be eMtes in medguill with little or o o reie. un-I A .-- W
A A J- a" p-ii of OIf d Giw ile. It d-. to -taui atu 6u, tti of kteimy lifeha been depaireto. I d o
.HitIbt a yotmlI. warn r!of ladith netIgood Fromthe .- of b lood hare eom I
the auA~em tht the"e Is omethink the su-aring conditihon- The hoe Lis a new weak and debilitated I was almost en-1
-- t '__wlt bht pt-byMI t aaiIuon 7oe. and balt hi the mot thor-ough tirelv tni t for fsine-. Four we-i -- a _- ._ _- .... -- -
WA .-. -,b. Wood.-. o-i" .. .. b_ s maehl vix -all' t- t metve -t he-m o ...
~~ k~dar tbiii *loo :;O9d -s~s impmenk Any one Rjpegedies, -and amhappyt a h ls
mwa Takijueath$ the seurceor ~jr~ i^ 'wiSk n j o iw advd t0 try your apaneseS We havethe-Iart stock ofMllinery and aWower-s ever
*it e th to pu vme an os e j emix s tel t re Okqp mu saethe s ee | 'an in the city at price-which will ahonieht V 011.
liono=p aba calinX oi 13. 5A. i hate twbor d, am ain Dot fail to co e this week and giveusour order for
-Othe~otswe diaww* by V**ing Irumvz. -GainsVille- F. P., 0. a*tir4-tr -It~kkaw- tElt a.
2K :43. .... a " -fl r" -e adankia yvour Ester Hat.e i t &"
'X:tC. Hya werei dleo,*~ aGdgWae A .ty r sufferrs. W. S. Lvox lSO E.7thst. A.
S'^^ ^Sin Adi?? bn6 H*U50PI1 T MY ^1 ath Yr fo~emae- elcte halth,for Ine- -W ,:,.<
helped me woud eIr-fo. fweasi~ tS dhige~~tndi and-i DVpePa take only P., LmS FL WILSC)N.
P.- i I I P _" It- _e =best N a M . edc i x
daughter j wh Sb w afl~esed ashe frum uet to the Sr. Nihl w". ^____ __ ___-. ^ -- ^ ^- ^. _- -:-
with~ pww~i^ A & vere B*. our leeidvte thaeform rly occup ied hr
OMWNXSW.Seott. whee -~ Ill be pleased >to;
S. V.B A"in, hanrd ptroscall on u%
S-- 01a t i o In#... tp UEL I N UNDE RT AEGabwIIU- O .l l AN
W. a-r,.*e icIv itd oim *e -of n- ,W - ,,, ,, W -,
.i f^^ .e= l [^ *er ^Ic Mte< ~ ~ o ^^^^ Q^^--a-or_^ I : i....---- --= ... .. -- -...--- :-

: "-w '.:;-'- ^^"""- .. IithIsi ,mri ls t l W.H --: -'* -I* Ii^ecciIIri Irl J I III'II II* I~iY IBIIIP
WOes -udww *CbId.I6afd ftum
WO 11aiiij J" ^-wiftWe- T* j*=. S1 J14Y H, MUTt
wA* *a aad wel W. -V. Cmielaad, Of New Grnd I|
he~~~n tailrin fiti M. hn.ll.woaatnviigre--ljhhJ
)I-.,J*L^at^t A'^Mil ic im i ciy r~~:|mirrelaaic bag- -I I IIn IiiIri inI
U dh C40 7, --- ur niurek air, N om "aS _e -vS
-^W s ^ 1 ^ 1 ^ 1 ^ ^ 8 "6 "--- .. ..* -- .. .. i i' -L oX t | - .- : -. .-. 0;

4s1(e Let LA i I t aflth- w 4cte ok r lmutand th -,,. ti, o =d r P .illDi -
# ot l "be i l "1i ', ""t the. Fel -. ..... W lL in AM-U V the
oc&r imii^ t I'r '^c- ^1^ ^ Ow mtiu^ kde^ whaicl mter heir on the 't1"^ t~b^ -'Th-=4 W ~ t' _j ,^W-r~-U^r^ p ^iioi*^ tbS~l ^v'U n#teir U1&dt" s:'iin. prmit i?-~ It L =- < rirca Th^. tir^e st- --p-I ~s^ .- L c~.tkinaa r-;itBftt Open Day aq4
*:;. : *. % ^ N'^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ J-...r " o-\- I.. t-g'Z ... and i^.s -'ct&.--r -jolt Ourm ha -rn~~ ~g zue a oe btk- ~w t-
:-. ,e- '.4 -, - .- -W -' f.ai i : t 2 t -'tv -r t c ... .. .. .. .ahf ,ia -_.- l.e tb- ", ,.".- -'-' 'ti....--s . -a- .... ... "'. -s'.h'-" '--"-. '
".e JYrtiI, tXa't-!.IITU ~; CitaU^^'a K>w-^ ^ '*t< u-C T4 VAT \,j *ch~idret;CfOyterthB.wa -.
tr-ied .. -s. .. ... ,_: t .t ~_. .. o ~ ,o. ... . . . .. .O-, -- .u .. _.. ..-. .. . . .. . .. . . ... .. -... .-. ...... . .

-- -: ~-x V ', -iw --- t ; wI Ox -vf b nk-itts here ib-e ....a 1.: m a . :- : ... .. -- . -- . .

FARY-. -


originall Prices.

Sales are eagedy looked for by -
but all over the country. The.
advertisement is prof of the
g. This extraordinary success
st btrgans in staple goods of
im adv-ertising those bargains
tat should brig thousands 0t

very Department
rate that no such values have-
e public. Youwill be sorry if

I J3~irgainm?

igs, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets,
stics, Shoes, and Gents Fur-



A r~peet y invited tlo
en and e .me our NewI
SIovelties in

wbilch wec are now re9iyivng.

In white, black ad coliors. j

Call and see us and we
wil satis. -you as toquality
and prices.

SI Fo~raummtlU1Wt & aItllU1
i I ST w& aB "I" -

I -HoTi !



I Tin and Granitware, Eose-
j -furnishi Goods, Etc.
I _.

tWe have in onctiedon a
J Vomplete


in and Sheet Iroii Work ofj
lall Kindfs, Vumbling, Sieaa
an Water Pipe Fiting
Promptly attended to5-
*mnw ftineAgrans
S.tJ -I Ufo1. F L 11
?evahwti --2
I WSS9 WMS 1 .

rr a1. iW .. T. XcXojiia ftaluaq
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