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: 04 3, 1891
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02115
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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GA .NESYI LE4 iJORIDA


[Iha honored me, that theo"vernmentoof
the United St tes is utterly -nable to
Give tihe assurane-w-hiehMarqsi Radini
hfat*demandel. -Even -if the national
gavernmenth jursdictiom over the al-
lged- murderers, it could not- gie as-
vlunce to any foreign power that tley
ihoaud be punished. The president is
unable to see how- any government could
justly give assurance of- this character
in advance of a trial and verdict -f
"guilty-" -
Inu the constiM ion of. the United
States it is _decr r that 'In all erimi-


Val- prcWe'utien the accused shall enjoy
the right to %peedy and public trial by
impartial jury of state -&nd. distri4;
wherein the rime shall-have been com-rn

it needs no argument to- prove that-
aj ry cou-ld not be impartial if it were
in any sense, or to any degree, bound
before the trial of the.accused by anas--
sonrae wbch thepresident of the LUni-
Wed States bad, ventured to give to a'
foretga power. .,
In the constitution of the.state of
Ioutanma, under whob e immediate jur-
-iikction th erim.es were committee,
substantially tesameLprovisionis fonnd,
so thatthe governor of that state would
be- as unable to give.a pledge in advance
of-the result of the.trial under state law
as stip-e nt wonld be were it prac-
t0eable totry the1eader of the mdbuobun-
ter tae law.rof the United Stats.
;In Baron Fav-s second point he de-
-ma1nd a -recgnit-wot ia priciple thna an
dhemnity-i d*d to he relatives of the
[itim M He is assrediy under a grave
error hen e declares that the- U-
Sgtrt ifhhs cmmnt declined 'aeh tar

ee i- he~ bI i o h6 mmanieaeh -sim& .a
epn .o ye a; governoienc. -
. ,'SeJ~sS~et States., so far }from vetas;
inhas &i94anctly rreeognized th*e pri


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WHAT IS TRANLSPEKI4|
FLORIDA. f

THE tSEWS OF THE STATE CO yi.i
TfHE IMPR)rEMEStS MADE AiN) ES
PBISES P JIECTrw-n-EuGorssIOU
POLITICAL. AND PESOA POIT
The -woods aboht Tallaassee _a
splendent with wild flowers. in
bloom.
A road from lAkeland to theJ
phosphate regions thee next
the way of railroad eaterprise.
Hon. John A. Kason of o
registered at the Egmont hotel at
nandina Wednesday, en route for
island. K .
' - _' _'. '. : .
W. f. Denham of.*uter Hat
in five acres in tomato&. in.
He has refused $600 for -the preen
as it stands.


N Xineteen hundred -boxes -o
Were sent off from Oviedo last
The total shipments haveijw1
68,665'boxes. -
A new depot building isb
one and-a. half. milesbo

ans Flo .. :.-"

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-of the rights
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TRENTOi. i


Marriage of M iss Fanie Mas to Mr. W.-:
SG.-Ri.hardson.. -
Married, on Thursayr evening,-March 1
*k, at- the residence of the bride's pa-
1 Hon -.and Mrs. H. ILG. Mason), i
i E. Mason and Mr' W. .i
mon. The winsome bride-.is one
T-rto n'-s favorite, beautifal. and,
aringbelle, andt 4 one of Alachua's
re-t daughters.- The ceremony was
tneszed by many invited relative i
friends. aid twe .Parlor as filledfl
Pyertowina g witb anxious friends and
tl wiab ers- The decorations were ex-s
tfd hi-hly tasteful -the i-; feior
being decorated with festoons
and owers.- A lovely
nedthe doorway, and
-ac r of it hung one large
:. j 0 .... gracefully and skil-
.MBenetath these
j couple stood while the

in- an: eti eftt i
-.Tbe bridesmaids and

r, -o N. -anders
Sason, CharlieSla h- i
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Ia beautiful white- silk
After the eeremoyI
vited to panrt-ake of the
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ITV Duattvta s.c< Bantc.
PLA;- FOiR "SAL, abo I4d'- millt i a
bargain, eanqire at tbs offit.
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ter as sohgavltj tc government of
the United States would not permit it-
self to he harrie r wIll ut make its
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I to any ..until _every- fact
ent~l to a re judgment shall
#oitly artan thro-r .o ugh le-
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Purify your blood.
|Qj1 uiN your aerve. --
- yoe t -reagth. -
Renew your eabpete. t-
\ -kmmm_ oy: k-heaaeli-.
1C4^arrh, rbeumathin or m~alaria-
\Take Hood'&Sasaanla
100doeea oue dollar.

The ist payment on the second sale
ot la In Hernandi county was made
Saturday by r. J. T. Jonses, reprsent-
tag the Ketherland Plospbatecowpsny,
of ,Hlland. The -entire
amonit padflw the -fourtem hnde
acres was sownedhig over $1IM$W), $50,-
000 of whick was paid Saturday.
T 'WBSS It 355Ceasesm.
WamUS, The -John the Baptist
church of the ci"t GainesvileFa., is
jusly indeed in the sum of five bun-
red sn^Atfldo"larm, borrowed money
(bT"ltewfund); that the 'tt isz owl
Wanxaa, Said church organist ion
fe ecBDsedof oorlaboring- people,
(coailor desirous of -maintainng- their
place oe worship and havfng a church
bme, do man respetfuily solicit from
af lovers of Christian work cfntribu-
ties haid k liqumauion of nadhurch
Id teb -:- * -


Mao- h1as been Tit aX th I fat.0 boWo :
caugt in one day, last ekifty bass, ad should be
sixteen of which' weih'pound..? oryTau r
Me, secure a bot&e at once i
The tole str tipped 147 pounds.- fair i. 1 UIs guarUnteed i
Fih caught with handing fro i tirhe ormonyrlt d.T. a _I
.Ballrd 4 Wallace's drus to
dok -at 8t. Peterstarsy a week, and W -
sold totheF.F.6 o., S0amoa ted Q S-PA ,Mi J.Uly
"o W" - -'Japanese RIemedies Co-(
to the following number of pounds: hae beese
Mackerel-, 1,544; mout and shrp'-had, i d i is t
l4,00. ^^lks "-- -".--"'-- -I haw e-epkoye
i vt--l- M itWntle or-no
Mat Armistead, the negro who lasfr, ajf-M has been de
December shot and tiUled -his f -atert, F l s0 of bcod.-I have
I -. ; weak and debilitated I was
was tried at Quincy last week, and found un-it -for biea F
guiltyi of murder in the first degree. a&go I was, dv .sed to try. yo
Judge Walker sentenced him to 'beRemedies, and am happy to s
hanged, and Govt Fleing will point box stopped the hemrrhage,
S_ ., ". 1-hve used butwoxbores.7'
the day for .the execution. iH not entirely cured. I thin
t f derl rteniedy,-and recomae
A box-making contest will be held at i m : W. l.oxK. 1 I
th6e opera house at Orlando between 'Y_- ._I-
^ ^ ;* .- .. -4 j ----- ~ -"
Etmer E. Gerard, and R. '. Cain fort I| L-f-i.a Imn. .
the championship of the state and .-he (Ma TMlUa | ul
aite receipts. An orange pac.meking con- Z. -M
test between experts in- the city will 17:'r::-.31r .
alSo take place. r -s t 2 I
[ Msnv timDes thi- ?eason ithas come to - -
the ears of people of Fernandina that s
- -.. ... "~ "i '., -- -. x l I N vIad agrrve I~U t
touring on the Florida C *Dntral -and Pe- Mi n -tret ., .ai..iI.
ninmsular railroad trains were advised by r t --

e m- m i.n .e I KN&Umawe. Bi
W10. mmi.
empoys ha th hote -evc ins Fer-i ir-"nailPl
nandina was. lndifremnt.: or buittie! A. forimnaec. Sar4
better than at boarding homes. A few r noz
da-saincean inwvesatigsion was made Ls r
-and oe offender wmas covered, and his -,.-- '-


discharge fTrom the service of the com-
pany follo*ied.
Cbarlotte Harbor ism one of the mo.-
beautiful sheets of war ia the U.nitedi
States, aboundIg iu Ask cain add ovi-
trn. The planting of oysters i kbow


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m wraw~y-r NorthWesan-d Eas


Pure Liquors,Wi nes-,1 o -
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5Sfl raoting 54 tbttee4gTbbin. Aa ^a ^ Im trr hr SEiS
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g_ iw ntiEi i- -. x swy I] _-h71 ea tri-ta -:beig bru. -. up. Thre dtPferct.u & .j--- g crC- -e --n. i--1 y -ti j ae. i---n bs.n-ja __

S. t county (r*mm tj Ti r O..t.. La bof. j0. i m pp- - Mi tLarai f
n.r.v... :d tf.g the h- -P S ".... Sh i-ery. (5.O ; 1. Nil, { ^ !wuus.ro_-' n . t-+r -=- S l -s t t" -i J. +-- -_ _^ -. .
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CHEAP ADVERTISING-'

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A irertis sts in this mx HALF
j ,CEAN- T A NAEP.B "XEIT INSEB-
JN u-lTIOA D .3V e nrtrnsct ,edr Air

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Both the method and results- wvn
Syrup of Figs is taken; it-ispleasant
and refreshing.to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the KidneOys'
Liver'sihl Bowels .cleanses t .s-&.
tern.effectiu2ly, dispels eodls, head-
aches and fevers and cures habitual
eoCsdimfion. Srup of Figs is the
ony emedy -of its -kind -ever pro-
duced, pleasing to the taste ald ac-
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in-
its act-fion and truly benefcia In its
effs, prepared oy from the most
healthy aid agreeable substane-es, i
many excellent qualities commenwd it
..to al and have made it the most
popularremedy known.
Sn.M-p of Figs is i fr- sale in 50
and $1 bottles- h al leading dni
t ls. Any reliaMle druggist vw6O
may not have it on had wl pro-
cure it promptly for any one Who


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lifE i)A!mY sU. ptase ev
r insg, eJveep3 Monday, delivered by
^eie city, or mailed toiazByl3S&O(
States, postage free, for 4W Ia yea-
a Bjmi~tgJ bee Moatha, o~eem
BB~ita-atictIn a&Waae
Beading notims im loes -column:
jitej*M e&r ach everrvtusZGXL
DOMstm in SpeciaS Cot
Sent& wont Woevetyr lnseioin- .
Rates for displayed advertised
~ tpmwadvec^^sin
Srst atasegM~teaa
: P ~eam^e~rast~~
.~ ~ ~~i ierieiptid iotrMac. F,
'knOwnto u irt be reqolreo o pa
WRE riEXLY SUN^bS editiol
^Mishedeveryeim aU iy, and W
: the ews (f WeckIA)C54 $tate
traL It -is thebest -wekly paper
Sa^lual a, a~wU be miUMdI poa
-go.y pe4@tthe irted States <
foIrW TLzear-hn aaseslme
l Ar nidttoaiees abcnVJOmae-Bafr
7-tB~ order rregstee etteri~C. ad
looneyT


:BALeT EPeOKm

Tfe mert Otproteetia th voter fro& intim
Sand di^eon~ga^ iaribery by nio
difclt to. wrateh --te bribed
-Hence the~rep~ublicaas ft Mali
.Hampshire a4d Pennsylvania
-1poei toit." SOiW republican
pes amre ashamed oaf --their op
Il Manae tbe aoposidtn to-ball
,-eas led iy R*proesetoive k
isexrto Beed.f In spte![of- this fact, x


prietor.

.aid -A"
ery morn- a
carrier -in t
4W<3.e six
its forone J


mn 'o ie
n10 a cent


ii

de after.
11, unless*
wrties not 5
y for ad- d
6 f Tax
awns -aln
and Gen- m
pablisine-d
t~e free,1,
r Ca"ada
express, ]
dress
TN.. t
3BDA.

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t-is that 0
midation


e,- New
are opp-
newspa*-
positiOQ. ^
>c rform
Boutel, 1
mas B. -
he New


York Preks says that -tbe opposition to
li- ft il was from elements of the party
-hich diferedit =an digre it- -Even 1
in Maine there we-eparijrsthAaspoed
31Er JBoteale. '4eataie ig
-Ie's Leeis tmnJournal said before the
- vot was taken: "If th repafblicans ia
the N.Mame legislature want to do -that
wh ie-wil most benefit the. democratic
party in aine^ thv wirl overthirowl
bealot refraa." Atfter the defeatof the
bil thPortland Adverty reprinted
h rew^mamrk id added: '"They -base
Sdone it. TevoteBoseventy-ur-ms- -
guidedmeu bave this day delivered the
-^arty wovrto the eeT, bound hand
and fol ot.P- tof the ballot will m-
Seyftaably-b3ne of the great issues in ths
-Bgte =.xt year, and th republican.
pwy|hp thoaaomB ofD a majority of-it

y'# wrnadork.? The bl it bfor theM

Mahielegislatre Bitrbe, aft~er, belu
kll^aM Bia^@rd]|e iujip^fld;sad

e;-: ^ .wMI|t aual y-

-l-mo eo e-Demwrat, nas Dot band
4~~fAa tt an kwe loe




Q tobe Erat, eaanet'a'basd to p_
z-pou. th~ai6.mB."-.-Nigwaml DeiOnat.


M? Itbef a -Tb, a IehMS laose,
uwast aoefigiom? It may ha -a houe,
ieBtifndehed withasrt~ knowledge
u.mBQmie;blut w~iourt rwIeu, with-
out &thuights abopt ^iod,wlt3hOutIpraijer,
p(t~.Sfbbath, f.Mtb !ve, sad the
.- aekl~eal a lUfe tbffonem-k itmnot
bese ^-^SB .M 1'bkte needs^ja aru
&M It seedainueh anihatio repett-
tps ^amd'"^^ltymed.dse hile Aldi



krt, no" inesOlktnraI.
to aI ^ child tt the lesaing .f God.
A< !tasof cliidreu aheat-G Gix te U
tikof wim e men. There nast be reh ig-
bo~VthUerehtobe a baocfi. We 'who
uea*Inc tht alt edueagkm shalibe re-





~Isziae~ofaU peole bound to see
'ta our cldre flild their first faish4
tbefr player, their Srit~ thought of God
# boii~e. Wheat the --bolinsster gt
-ttr ?y behtltSnd that there 1s


-jkruit a ewk wrk f a sebool
W<^lmyI^P*r &^ Nwe reveaacee
*a. gs>e pedi.w, towarto 9o.4 f to
-w tbhtrat p _2 tuoe into tbeir
buit&f in the worbd and In life s tno-
Ttt foribsat worldwind fr in life
alM7tobek per -Rev. -ii.. S. RemcyG

'*'* *^'i A stleau bee. caused ac. .the

treciuy dp~ralibrot as tb toc r
dist ipoeubet iaf 4epetiou Here)


irq have bee ready d~eer by
-_ ._- e -.e- at. the -ist.nct.ve cha_-is
tesrof 'ePprwhisth the coweem
.tf I e.pte !..w-b-h s- w
rawd th-utmh part 41f i, Imriig a


-~~ tuoX A .- s


._@r t. ._ te t -Imne
M&?of the |Mt of fet-
Re $ she ~OLtmei that
II aPabt
. 3 t B ; :-L I";


ACEIACUTION A! I GRAX IO-.
There-is much legislation -needed to
placethisstate n position to advance.
Investigation- h already: developed the
fact that the -orces of e state are
equal if not superior to those of any
state in the UnIoin with a climate su-
perior to that of any part of the -world,
She ,record far in advance of that of
anythr stiteor country, and a sofl
capable of producing fruits, Tegeaebles
and sereal crops in unlimited quan--
ties, with an initiing field for- the m.-
vetment of earital in the various man-
fectnres. amd the conceded fact that-
ts phosphate depositM- exceed those .-of
tie whole world, nothing should- stand
in the way of the 'apid rise- and pro-
ress of the maitrial interests of the
state. If those who have been specially
leleate. to look;after the welfare of
he people act wisely, -the future growth
1d prosperity of Florida will be a-
tared. Reform in many respects is
ccessary-. There are many laws upon
the statute books working injury to the
best jaterst-.of the people. All such
aws shouldhbe amended or wiped out.
Every memberof the legislature should
trive to infornW- %ilfand be prepared
0 actmintelligently -regarding all matters
broiuht before the legislature for -con-
lderation. While it is .eminently pro-
er and corrie Ct to g ard the well-being
ot the people by the enactment of laws
compelling an- economical administra-
io-n of state affairs, eare should be
abken not t ooverstep the bounds of rea-
son. and refuse to offer -encouragement
o those interests best calculated to con-
rlbute tothe e advancement of the ma-
terial interest-s of the state.- Under no
circumstaunmees should our schools- be neg-
lected. Our institutions of .learning
should not only-be- sustained, -biat they
should be given every- opportunity to
dance. As sooa as possible the grade
of our semioaries should be advanced,
placing them on a par with $he best in-
ditutitns.of learning in the souta. The
encouragement and upbuilding of our
educational intere wpiuild be one of
the best investments the-people of Flor-
ida could make. Retrenchment and re-
form isnIeeessarybut it would be a fa-
tal error torefuse to lend additional as-
sistance tour estabished Institutions of
learning -_ -
Next in importance Is the question of
-immigration. A- judicious investment
of moneyto ti-wulate immigration
would be one of the best thins the leg-
'islatnure could do. If members of the
legislature would take the pains to study


Tdo_


^PACTRF P ORIIHiANCBL
The length of Nor$X America is near-
ly Ave thousnd miles, its greatest
breadthab0-t three to n two hun-
died mies, n s area about one-sixth
obhe land surface of the globe.
Tie Salvaon Army haw property in
vtrous countries to the amount of $3,-
2 More than one-half- of tHis
is credited to Great Britain. In the
Un.ted. St-_e the value of itsproperty is
lesI han P3,00 -
Jt ha6 bee-n- esiaed that the volume
of water poured Into the Rio de Ia Plata
ex~eeds the aggregate discharges of all
ie rivers of Europe put- together. Its
.rdlaryfow at some pots is one hun-
dred -thobnd cubic feet per second.
The ordiary volume of water. in the
Urugoay River averages eleven hun-








"a .- :-~ _' 4OP _i
d tbic feet per- minute.
.&-iftgular that .the name of God
hoMd bespeUlled-In four letters in a]-
m Pi ev known language. It- is
Latin,-Deu; Is reek Zes; erew, -
Adar; Syra- Adw,; Arabian, .- Als;
r.Sian- Sm_- ; Tartarian, Tgn; Egyp-












T:_m v, F4 MI)a
tia. Auma _or Zeut; o ast IUian, Ei
or Zeul; Japanese, Zain; Turkish, Ad-
l; ScandinavIan, Odin; WallaiaURn,
Ie- ; MarIan, ssE- owe.di$", Oodd;
Ir-, I .; Germin, ot; French..,
DIeti: -pani, DI&; &n4 Peruvian,
LInr This is Wingulxr, but it would be
more wonder f Itf these Bnames ex-












-Hb /e-t -. .: : : -,-
WSAl 1B, s noein to correspo -to
_or Ow C zy or ToL- ..-
.- lmEAs CouN.rT, Y I.
TzAr J. CiaxKv makes oath that he
16 the senior partner of the firmo ff F.
J. C-murv & Co., do "A businetS in the
City of Tok<-d, C 4ount and Staur stor*-
saWmsdZ that iaid fAm wil pay the-sum
et O(NrEWNM) DO .LLARS _or
-Ofh Uad every case of C-CArimE that
rxun" he cured by the ufe of HALV*
rkANK4.CHENKY.
-Sworn to-beibfre me =4ad wsihsred lif
iMyrmrwnw. th fidar at December.
A.
^... Ai. WT. 6LEASON.
^N otoo PbNi^
Iaf'-ca arrh Care is take internak-
ilyao -dA~taielv on the blood asd

~j> JcRn~EY & Ot.. Toled-, 0.
W'Ssad \v lW-g3E$, ?hc.
The pe hRndlgb
''~~~~~~~ --X-O r *
The bewsiyhrl the worl for^ cuta,

^^^~~ tenr, -ih.A^, eanti oel

I t "' r aa^~ -:I^ rpay nisd.^t<
Ser.- toae refuaed Pr,-. -


!


iPeculiar
Peclir facmbinaio proo-ton-a -
e a t o f w gr e f i nt s H o o d s ,". .
rilla possesses the curative valueoi the best
know reme- .U ,^ S or tthe
vegetable" d 'Wo s Skingodom.-
SPeculia in its stmgth and e.onowy. _00s,-
Sarsaparillaisthe only medicine of whiehcam
trulybe said, "-One Hmdred Doses OeDO-.
lar." -Peculiar -in its medieinalmeits, Hood's
Sarnparila aecomplUhes cures hitherto mi-
`noSarsaparalla :
wonfor JtIsI-~sIII t it fI
Sthe tftleof "The greatest blood pwtmerever
discovered."- Peculiar In its "good nama
at hmej7--there is more of food's Sarsa-
partia sold In-Loweil than of all other
blood purifiers. Peculiar in its
record of -A ._-, .-p1
no other PeCUIarreparatio
Sever attained so rapidly nor MlI so0
steadfastly the confddee- 3of-al passes
of people. Pecauliar in- tB--wbich
it rep-.. Hoo's cm,-
Sbines an the -kaowledge .emd
research.Tip m-A medical
science O tSveloped,
with many years
preparing medac-nes.to get ony
oo 's arsaaila
| HOOD & CO. OeLi .
^foDoses One Dlar


:I)ItiE 0 TOZ~ItY

.- SUB-ALLIANCES OF --
ALACHUA COUNTY
re t o.: a smd

Antioch-AliHance-Pres'L, John Vanlwd
inehiam; See'y, H. L. Johnson, LaCrosse4
Winds.or_ Alliance-Prest, W. D.D Icerso.a
Windsor; Sec'y. Win. Bates, Windsor. ---
Micanopy Alliance-Pres't. B.- W. Pow4a
Micanopy; Secy, P. A- .Ru, Micanopy.
Waldo Allianee-Pres't. W. .. Gulet, Wal-
do; See'y. T. D. Willi.ams.WidO.
Canmpville Alliane-es. Mler,
CampvIlle.Fee'y... H. Dyes, pville.
Prospect AmaincePae8L- W. X BlicrjA-
Z~Rden AiLanMe- -T. IL Kenney
Jto "e~e':W'.-A. Porter Rocel le-
ftB^Hi'Eell ul~an"ePr4 t V...t R +Paeyi
keei*e'y. T.J. Kaiigitset I
Gorden Auiaaee-F t. E.IQfeIt%
.ie 00"6 T..Kr~y of^ i^


0 --


i OTICE :.



ity Election.


-qotice-is hereby given that under and tby
trtue of an order or resolution made by the
fty Council of the city of Gainesville. F-,--
Selection Is hereby alIed and -wiu -oe held
tlPhe said cityon -
I -- N _AT. pIL.-S, I. I S11, -
e ect the following officers for said city of
jainesvilte. viz: -t. '
.One Mayor, One Marshal, One clerk and
j-easurer. One CoHector of Taxer, One. A"- I
tssor of Taxes, for the term of one yeAr-
wih.and Fiur Councilimei for te term of
ir y earseaeh te"' -- --
-he follIowing named persons are hereby
)p~iilnted inspectors of sd election+ viz:
T. Be1-ill, I.. J. ilurkhlzn-,Q 0.:L White- and
SMKDell as Clerk.i R_ 'aor
(iainesville, Fla, March 9. 1I. ,
-N. B.-The public ishereby notified that -in-
rderto vote at uid city electio on .Api
hi. the eapit-tion or poll tax-of one dollar
ust be paid.4at lest- thirty days .riortpi
^PnriUIth, as required by the Law_. oflori,,--
ds -- .- JB[IM'E r, Mayor-
t tils rl~aOd aw ,.-.- "
SGUARIJANS- SALE OF LAND.
N otice is lereby eiven to all whofm it may
concern that on Tuesday, the 7th day of
April, A. D, 18 I, the undersigned, as
f uadian or titeell Hart. a minor, resid-
ng -in-Columbavapty. Fla.,- wili apply to
the Hon. J,3 C.InWer, County Jue of
Alachua cOUnty. Fiprida, for authority to
sell the.. following hands ivyine and teing
in-Machna eounty,n-_ Ie Florida, -e s-
cribed as -follows, to5wit: One undivided
bal! interest In anid to e northeastiiuarter
ofthesoutheast qarterlof section twenity-
-four, township seveen_ .oith, range fifteen
eas, ai .ty~ a mor eoress. I
rassndh mman, rha-icot and n xma-
agemnta of said land. -
ROBERT E PA-RE tIIuardiai.
thmA26febww w-


FINAL PROOF. -


Land Office atGaiesvll
Notice is hereby iv jath-at the
named settler has fied notice of her
tion to make .final proof in auppoEmt-
tlaim,a that said proof wI be maw
ore Register and eeeiver at Galm
Fla, on MY _h, .i, viZ: -


I
I


i' ewnaw
How"thorn--'All'


Orange Hights Alancte-Pres't.J. -W. R s-
ell, Orange Hights; ecy. W. 3Lm Stratton, 1
OranzeHight&- -<
Midway Alliance-Preset- Pe.......-.... ....
Seely. W. J.,Matheus.
BloxhantAlliance-Pie't.,.... --.
See'y. C_ H Easterlin. Gracy.
Se-retaries or Sub-AUlanees, wbose Alli-
&nee does not appear in the above directory-,
will please send me their name and address,
also of their president. N. ROGERS.
Sec. Alachua Co. Alliance.
NOTICE TO. NON-RESIDENT.
In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit of
Florida-Alaehua-Countv;
W. W.Hampton,1
L. LuieLNa rrison, Bill for Foreclosure.
John W. arrison, -
JolhnW. WidemanaJ
Notiee toappear, plead, answer or demur.
TH' STATF OF Fotlt-A.
To L. Lucia Harrison and John W. Harri-
son., Greeting: ,
.Itbhaving been khown by affidavit that the
defendants, L. Lucia Harri-on and John W.
THarrisonare non-residents.:of the State of
Florida, and that the residence .of -aid de-
fendants Is at GreenvUille, -1outh Carotina,
and that said defendants are over the axe of
twenty-one years. it is therefore ordered,
considered and adjudged that the s iid de-
fendants, L -Lucia Ifarrison and John W.
Harrigon, do appear, plead. answer or de-
mur to the complainant's bill. of complaint
-hrei -onor before the 4th day- of May, A.
D, LI1. in default wherenf-a decree pru con-
fesso will be mentertzd ag-imst the sid l.-Lucia
Harrt'on and Joh: W.- Hrrison.
It is further ordered that this notkheb
puibHsetd in The.Gainevile St_. a newsp-nt-
-per publL-hed at -*isne'ville. in A tlachua
Bonnty.-,Forid,- ot-e eaeh week. ftr four
ct neuti ve Weetek .
a wittues whb-reof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed t b- sea! of oiro i-',muit Coart
on this the i. day )ft March. A. DP.. I1..
J A.-CAMrMILE.
Clerk tin-ruit Court.
'(Atraeeopy:1
-. *ARLIALE. Clrk i.cut Court.
Ashby -I&^avri. Comripit S<4t*...
wredamar25w-I -









idcroa









or Sgam, Pn- is a Ze3e 3 =.e

N. o emi.als
wertnthanig wur tm r tie st imfke


on& mfr, person th fore ta ii""
MM-31bM.0 Ommswl ZIN K- IS 9e&Wh
a o ap ItiU.~io, iwitsi

rtenthnigCJMXTI GITO


MASTERS SALE.-
tTnrder and by virtue of a decree of foreclos-
ure of mortgage made and rend-red, on the
25th dav of Febrn ry, A. D., I.L. by- Hon. J.
j. Finiley,Judgeofti*e Circ'it lCo-ort, Fifth
Judicial Circuit -in. and for Alachua county,
Florida, at chambers In a cause there pend-
ing on th ehnha' ery side of siid court wherm-
inlvey Bros and Co., are comp-alinants and
E. W.-Burkett and M.- K. Burkett, -his wife
are defendan s. I have levied upon and will
sell before the court ho Gainesville. in Alachna county, Florida, on
Monday, the 4th -ay of May,- A. C l.l. the
-ame being legal sale-day between the legal
hours ofs ..leat publicoutcry to the highest
and best bidder theretor, all The following
described property -ituated, lying and beiug
in Alachua county, Florida. to-wit: Thi
west half of the southeast quarter of section
seventeen (17),. township nine '),- south of
range fileen (15r east. TogevherwitM-lrand
siular the tenements, hereditaamenta and
appurtenances to the same beonging or in
anywise appertainine. -.Said property levied-
upon and to be sold as the property ot E. W.
Burkett amd M_ K. Burkel, his wife, de'en-
dants,t o satisfysaid decree in favor of Ivey
ros. & Co, complinantt.-s ,


. .. A. V-<-. U S-^f
Special MasterinChancery.
-E.-C. .F.wnehed C -wedaprltd-'w. -


-1


The are many matters of vital -mpor-
tance to Florida awaiting the casidlera-
tioa of the legislature. Thse of minor
importance must be deferred. The ques-
tion of taxation should be considered
early and handled wkhout gloves. The
time for action is at hand, and -there
must be no unnecessary postponemenms.
Much;Iepends upon the alliance, who
have amjorirty in the legislature: -_The
question is no longer debatable., can the
alliance attain the object and purposes
of its creation, but do they fully appre--
ciate the situation, and are they a unit
in the matter of reforms and legislation,
both s ate and national ?-FIoridian. .

The Lee' County Phosphate Company
of Fort Myers has just- completed and
launched another big lighter. -


". ** *.' - ,- " - ' '
iA#
- .. r, - ' : -- -- : . A

OLD SUirT!
ad-how often it is told. Suf-
S feringftor years wittlood
bison and blood taints; trying
r nostums ivain; travel- am;
g f.ar to- see high priced physi-.
jans; spending hundreds& of dol-
I.s; and at last,
{aIingBack nS.S.
wasirae expeeoteolr, Nk !lson
j-ien tanw-ealhy di zeacsitrWot-
irehraskaa. He sufered for yeas with
fraula; and it 00,tmnU3dtOgrOw U .
SteofaaeT i. 1 -
cSR| nalredtmL He writes, -Wordas
OOIare inadfeqla"e to express m3y
tratitude and favorable opni0a9 of Swfft'S
ppeefle.'
-,Bea I in Na Andskiusm uF
E SWtFT SECWC M,- Altaoaa.1h_


EAST


SIDE COURT HOUSE QUARE; ..:


-GAIOEVm BLE n lO -


.-" _-STATESV ILLE--.



DISTILLERS AXND








U m .inqV t esl to=sit



( ^-ne1Ie -- V ,- -- BrA






D so a General BnukingBusinews, band uPesaleicet Ey.
others reMeiveon e r av o d ab e Cora Whike f itf% fo r n cwt -
Co etijons ontUae s aftv&Ablet pin t s fniiod eth U.
COTT -. L JoDEPARTMENT- .-..
O^G nesvillbe. --- <:-_-:lOr~de--

I The aoeennts-ofB _, Bukeri ^ywa^e aB ,Mreum aIid-_:
I .others rt.ceire on fiiv .a&5< tera .- S peia Us e -.r nki.-

f:COTTO N DEPARTM ENT,-..


MASTERS. ALE.
I er and by virtue of .-decree ot fore-
ekwuOfre ofurtga-e maule in rendered on
thejth day o-fMach.A. J14,'lA by Hon-J.
J Fimley. Jmdei o, the Cire- t Court, Fifth Sea Island Cot ]E
Judicial Circuit In and for AIacuna county.
Flrida, at.<-aimbers in aranse there penudt COtd Bagging
innt tone tehaacery ide of'aid oaurt where- = tot.aed
iin Roibert J. Hanon is .omiplainant and
-Frankin AA. Rou _lsdeFeadant.I have le Vie-
up.in aidd wiL s before the eourt H miue Se- on4..-hEand G
door in th.ecityof (aCainmrtle,. in Alac .b4"a -
cuntyv, Florid-t, on Monday. the 4th-day -f JOi
Pr. l -lthe_ --tie e being zal sle *day,. .
althe fifuliWtnz described property deuce. ft.I.,
s.iuaitd Ii-raand beinaln AlacIn a county.
Floruda. t '-wit: .I,l a-umber. eighteen -< __ -- _
"fth.- ThrniasNapierGTsat as u* b-4tvidd e N t tld bN b L
-ht, -.- the mrap f whihpappears upon re-- -,"'f
e- ird on the *B. record of Alachna w oan- C_ _
,y, Florida, d bt -L" pager i. To- .. ..- .-.
2- rthpr with ailma-na sing4lar thb tlemwVA i B. F.
b-ereditama ..anc txbdloagin2orin acywlee aamrionzylB
said property leviNd Upoe -ndto _e ,ol as -
,LhepCTaetyof Franklin A'. RoAdex dat, r I
-to i-mddeemrtin favor of Robert -
!rDnAND RATER. B ,A TE
H .. ma.plAfainfa in Cna.r ny
B.C. F. qm"a g Odfl. Son. s

1DIIHIID 31 MiuR llnraI


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'Wholesale and Retail


DELE&L iN


iGR:O CE:R


Grali


n v. -


_Ed ~1~ 1 6 --_ .
I -l % W. :-
-yta e ln C toA e a -Egls .e I ..,-


Gi&nS-Enalish tod Aweramiken ; .
Fev" "r ia~r' -"- dws Se -o--:!
'in of all Kinds m Stock. Cotton S -.d
;ht-m Large or Small Quantities.-
the States of South Carolna, Georgia, Florida ad 4psroy
U. S, A., Liverpool sd Ma ee, Ead, aadd
AexaI dri, Egypt -
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)AN & AMMONS,


SReal Est e


I
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GAINESVILLiE. FLQRIDA.
Rea Eat e bogibt "ad aM: S oW. ; emted;e f nn -brumspedts p
the butioei in wcGOOtio w M al braao r j |i
faull cnwdel to. AU peweaa Myiag F.pray fera ore mea OTpce
plare O~e e is our hada~l.


-Staple and- Fancy Grocerieso
[ --i :EAN &-: D .

Tinwarea, Wod sad aWkifflowm- reC cker, -
S -LAMPS AND GSLASSWARLE.

-j G~tooddelireredfrrtoanpt
-.loW prices andprmpt deirer. - --i
Bt F,. ,,WEW -K, .: AI3gILL -
EA.. 1 gj. gy _- _. I.: ..


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BENSON, ROUX&Co(
g- MvA c?31aEaas. -.


Carriages, Wagons Cart




Terry Pt o9
e r r y'-N-IDp- ITHE






S. -AIXESVIL, flORIDA. -
New and Second Hand Carriages and-Wagons ays on


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..- epzaI r1J ugT i Pt. _-.n.,. -. _
The best work at the lowest prices. Fatory-at corer Masnie and ?
streets. near coun itY -L L- --



L KLEIM
.- , i ." ,~ ' 't ._ "-". : .

-- = |fr -- :- -:,1~


A. SH IFFIA
r \ ::- i i. ."- 1.. _- .---- ; :i^ i.


Keeps Constanly on Iamd Full In*e of -

Stapte and:FncyGrcerie

CROCKERY, T13WARKETM

Bltitter aind heese o Ice!|
ALSO A FDULLL L OF -
Dy Goods, Hats,. Caps, Boots and Shoes6|

KLIN'S OLD STAND, GxALiSVIJLE PA -

[L AJ good delivered free of charge to any prf-
the e t . --:-- -. : -, :- ;


A'*'* 0 STE BERG
Wholesale and Retail Dealer m -



HARDWARE,
TinwareMilSUpplIes,
41 -


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1CCB^ ^ ^ ^ ^ W of.ir CjVU3Crrdf.iZ: of FIfr y ipawn TM C
.. "^ .^-^K:---. ^f -; .-. e- I- ~ t-iauaa .-+ -- 's.t ha+e .s. M -,_ s e.r c. -I-Ls I

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_t:-'. ... a d .... . ... _t i-.. .. - .1. "- "" .. f --5 wi -- a ,r s ^ 5
i ca 21H ~ k~ m ervbodY ~e1 theme way





tg one -a ..i.a hiaVe. h
... i ... .tee"r-ieat Q "pew .a-" oe I" " "? i tin' 0 PO1aW .u o a d. a d- .

>- --. .- - S . .. -a. rnie. nig-e- IB,,,d o. s fe^?- .- -e .e 'ls ^ --- S --


----n n a galE doWn to3 6.ahetes a ma. .er or Wh-tie kas ae boieru <- i -- w .- --
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