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: 02 2, 1896
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02148
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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-AI-NESVIL, .FLORIDA, SUDAY MORNIX2, FEBRUAITY 2, 1 86


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_f ^ Regular Weekly Meeting: of the
l if ^ oftjsy^ l~ Venezuelan Commission.

Wtehkhalfuteye or gayw atoo" In ff"W THE 8E&ON Wkg SPEBT


.=. we UI" w FAM,. W ar ..
&. i4a6,ways Ab Bet Edlmo. W" COuumed1In the
$aine btiaver r risEd te Jitte C7insmit-m of alteCT ToUChing Upou
i.g bable has filtered afar before t 'ris of the Co,.troemsy-Have
p t O W ard Notleg From Either BriUhs or

of silver advocates, while the realities W6NBT(M Feb. l .The 'Ve-

me. m e f.be.wng weekl meetng with anl -of the .
Wtical had never been bers present A great portion. the
proposed to congress. He declared that session was taken up i the considers-
a Tell.. a .d :lcot" a"--ha.- tia -.ofmatters toucng the itof
PiOus fsilverhad at csonten-
lnpe-ldtioJL controversy, including a largepnmer
Beferingo the claims-of the debtor of maps and a quantity of matr sent
las saying t ,at at best th asked to from the state djart m ient .Anm answer to
haus m .tk '. aw fito tamestdl e of by peist aresay
tanohrClassrhe oioned th -t wt
acfree coinage law wouldbe especially tptortis time the com ssion has




t just whas
uamnspeakable : received notice from eithethe Brit-
outrage. Indeed such is or the Venezuelan government to
a piece of lesaowould be, to snavailiself of the invitation extended to
Mpr.!iasgen'ne. oam w a appear before the commission through
of representatives.
-om Pictariof Demomw Nothing has been determined yet as
athedonhand the'daliIIIn aw to sidingg an agent to Europe to collect
a.nte.lasl. a evidencethefor theIonsideration of
he other byh porentood of commission. It is said that thi


kniiwi-,f-Iji .. th d te .It isMPORTANT INDatthi
"b iw im w. th eas work W could not be intelligently under
.i ei ,taken until the m oa of matter already
befosroctheiscommiss.on has been thor-


or, w.ot.vftdy b,.,fre' the. Y b. L.a M, 6
iolde Ic hee T e ,th T .~ lydigested and a knowledge ac-
-POP e..of: just Gewhat maps .remain. to. be
,- .fs:catempest- fromthe Edropean archives.










g h IT- of
40. ^ n~ Jeff "it Ackeon, -th
US -AN, IMPORTANT FIND'
Iyi i -on one. A NIThaBt W +l BOef Gr"t Value in the










c:awa.s nd+ as ee
t to re ..c ti0forces r of _
ioi o .s m f TOwYs RFeb. 1.-AO dispatch to
&r e Herald from Caracasm Venezuela,
: wW' say: Antonio Ferande, president of
The h8ose puineda bll granting ththehe state of Falcon, has telegraphed
Cristian Endevsocety the use of that in the archives of Coro., capital-of


















W !Iime m d. thehe 20.# .
.. o-. the st. te and the oldest city in Veneu-
abing dfna-their. here ehals founda map pushed in Lon-
ne c. (Rep.,don i 1794, in which the limits of
s.)called up rts Guinea are given about as Ven-
ae fldoBScommittee .404 o the ^ a Ctar~f
the varm zodaasserts are.-right.
contest of Boeenthal (.3p) v IMinster of Foreign Affairs.Rojas sent
- -by, ,frouthe Tenth TemsdistOt.an'Answer to President Fernandez
_13i ad edthat s lthal had hi im. for -the information, and
decided nottoavail hiflseof th W- asking him to send all d-cuments he
S an-houseehgrtedThurs- dcovwhicouldaithewo
day Acoringy he uaiosrepbrt ofte pcal omm wike -awuengaiedthe wre
fin OroWle's favorwasdadpted w Uithout in andpreparngnmaips, etc.,o
d teL a 'or diviuioaI B
MZvauia. (Biep, Ky.)4. who was St Pz^BntCleveland.
?^Poi1nd ^ Reports from the west say thatth6e
-revoluion there stllMcntnus.(in--
a fiwm anll to and eo art, who had started for O a.-
SoBs -sretnedtm and insA f .,ht with the
d~lledromp~U~ l ~ oWIof their Ie:Oiirs
araajol. whowas recently released
from the RSttnda, has been rearrested
laoat~pgia iHoap^M, ga~e ina SPuerto Cabello. -
jkin Th itof Valencia, capital of the
___ t3aamlafner f igte ofCabob, hasbeen left ina-
__________^, I gecaub. of cntwcth aa electic
T ^ ^ ^PORTR( WAL ASE. byWthe f ith an Americani to
^^y^"'^ ^^-'r *"' '."'-:^"- **". *-'" igt tfaectt but m-3oa b En~s nt la gA |:
5dce msm~a, tnhe* United States LmaxiBwhii was in conrnlol of theplant,
Ourt sfssd e-Ste Ash. refused to -aflow ~tle electric current to
t-rifE~zigE N ^i1.-Thei casel'*te betoe~n Great confusion has been
^^I*SitesaleW ofthe Po oitaB l cnased byflte trouble.
We Omsfroina railroad to Mierasr THOSE RICH GOLD FIELDS.
rl5Ba8fatate cmut cout. ACtfeindo Minin Enginee Propose to
^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tk a~ ColonyiKw i 9 to Veneuela
.entng txe o~nt^ o SpatDzirg vuu2, 7* 1-Edward ^Mc~a-
^Esa~O- lane, a wel knolawn minig eganep- of
Gzeenvllle,iaudesmBoatffQai olraoan founder of the town of
&menry Orawfurd, -caeat~ the pur- TeUuride. has* returned from the gold
chsea submitted -sworn tetmoy ofmv Noirthern South America, cc-
which the stated ^tht they did.not rep- 4"' 'L~ariane proposes to organize a
reea thsothrysteruxi the pur- eoer prced Osracas, the capital
^^^aeitall offereto is of Veneuea, apply for~es(^
^^4fiGmse~iaDhe geat sytm fiego dsen indea the diputd teriory
Jadge ~ ~ ~ ~ Suotnadnff-tre which, he says, are th~e richest in the


thathewould~~ com the sale as soon ooiniof d Xla thee is
, .aI M-. Thoesf -er oturiterwitl the Britsh.i
wthA Soij*"l He -. e opinion that the bongday
lne. wMl be mated without bloodshed.
*aidtha Jon B Clevebaid,- who-ha"-_- --
iBaof the i.w fN.. LOUISIANA REPUBLICANS.
madeaager of it as soon as itlpaue- _____
itot theS hands ot MeIsrL Ryan a5d ,^ xi! DeecFor tbe State *
^^.te^^tigat ~l*fiUBtheNaWml VravenslC~s.
-ad D t -waraa-m.an e.d-. ...s

.nd .hoasa -..r surprise .W OaA, Fe. l.-The Repub-
to eery one. Railroad men say that lian state convention has adjourned
jheydea't te situatim at n die. The following were elected
S.__ .__ l-. ., for thestate at large to the
" -;"-*-:! *-^.*M *n ^ la L ". st- ^! "m " C .X~u O1 9 B '. : : -'

Amite-Iu lirnot.e U..Fue
I.A ili~~ mittKel-oggA.M.Leonard,
KKW ea, ^ L-t hih tiEm Hury Bemas J Madisonx Vance



m + ..,: +. M m +-,.m&" i.W'W
wif the wid neoth. nrthsat 'and Thomas A. Cage finaly beat the eo'-

a ..-. "a -. .-- a an lineat-.n elec.ed .rmi-
3'. "6' ":+ eith body. b
.. a w .- utf.s s 16 . ..rier- ch t. t haierm ansh..
c-n~tral0cmiittee he had
the hi V aUM~ 0 o kirf named for the piece by the full
6tai power tCldtothea
-* bt wk greet iaft N a g.".p t.. ere Ets"..

10.11611 TOa W tet waam lee
&Moan* Mow T, Alab, e 1W
kation com frW'o Wa-hington that,
^^n~iitw Tilbl Nubi ': n Tuusdsr, Pi~imIQevoan~dat seutto

oaBrb d spam erti than d'-the,
thetpst of tte Ck atoe bt-
I itodsnlAMc3ea ied o ueffimh.l~i tbtU e mad. for their

w beBedint lwereL hundred o.
etm Y., *aL- .eg othemsre aid tobeU
flamrod, casfhier f Xatior bask of t~h K<. coaa, dte | :; Ti -:~~ *.*-
aukie- The bank tet:6a 4~ tv ^F~elL I-While ab-


pkipl from its fastemni andft
drti^ ~ ~ ~ ~ emo~ arfcf wwSe yelmkiagih~?To


I H~ilt rjSItaeatBaI 1aacz m hw-4Late U.SbGor~l RqyU '




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DEMPSEY PAROONED.
The Noted labor Leader Released From I
. .. .... F ,o.-: lva. a-Pris._ / ..... .
PmTsRG, Feb. i-Hugh WDempsey
the ex-district master woran of the
Knight of- Labor, semtnced to the pen-
itentiary three years ago for' complic-ity
in the poisoning of nonunion men at
the Homestead. steel w s after --the
great strike of 1892, was released from
pisonat 1.4 a.m.
The pardon was received from Har-
risburg in the morning mail, and a few
moments later Demp iy left the prison
.in the company ofhiswife, W free man.
Dmpsey was pale ada trfle .thinner
.rom .--- his-I long c- ---.-. b. .i.
health was good and-be wasoveroyed
at his release. An-angeet a. being
made by the labor lea ers for a demion-
stration to celebrate Deapeey's pardon.
Following close upo ..the release of
Dempsey comes a startling story printed
in the Commercial-Gazette that. neary
50 persons havedied frmn the effects of
the alledged poisoning- at homestead.
The names of these, dates of their death
and the attending physicians were col.
lected for the commonwealth at great
expense.and filed before the board of
pardons at its October meeting in 189.
SThese namesmand affidavits of p-ys-
cianswere used by Captain kY. Breck
in his- argument on behalf of the-com-l
monwelth, and the pardon board at
the time kept them from the public, .

A GERMAN'S_ TOUBLES:.
Be Visited His Old Homan *Ad WasPreMed
Into Nflltaryi8ervrie. -
HAMMOND, Ind., Feb ^l.--William
Carl Johann Scheder, a t of
Cook county, Is., is- A to be
victim of a grant violation of the
rights of American citizenship by tLhe
German empire. He is Ioing military
duty in the Prussian army, into which
he was drafted last summer,. nd all-
efforts thus far to seir .eleasehave
been fuile. -, .
Schweder left Germany 1889, com-
ing to West Hammond. MHe was natu-
raized in due time' by a Chicago court.
By a mistake-of the clerk, the iappa
were made out m the -name of William
Shuader. Schweder returned. to his old
home -in Germany on a Aist last July,
and- upon his arrival at Stettin was
pressed -.into military service. Four
months ago copies of his naturalization.
papers were sent to Germany, but were
returned endorsed 'the ma- named
within cannot be found-
Schweder wrote to hs father a few
days ago that he was still dog military
duty;, and now. step are being-taken to
secure his release. Thea facts will be
presented to Secretary Olney at once.
SENATORIAL. DEADLOCK "
Blakbern' .riend. ..opaed, ,-l,

L.u"svniaijs.^eb. :,-A special to
The Post fro Frankft says: The
ninthballotin yoint-assembly fr Unted
States sinatoriresulted again in nelec
T felfriends Of Dr 1rter are consid-
erably worried over the decision of one
or two epublicam members -to vote for
admit that such action tend, to weaken
the candidacy of Dr. Hunter and there-
fore are doi all in their power toehold
everybody in. ,
Senator Blackburn.'s friends seem to
be encouraged for some reason. Just
why the_ should be is unknown, as
nothing is more certain than that Black-
burn has no chance to win.
The ballot resulted: Hunter, 61;
Blackburn, 52; Carlisle, 2; Evans, 1;
Bate, 1; Bruckner, 1. I
Doeln ,the ChUlege
BMINGHAM. Ala., Feb. 1.-Captain
Joseph F. Johnston, candidate for the
Democratic nomninatlop for go'vernrorf
Alabama, who -some days ago recetved
a challenge from Mr. Clarke to.ajcnt
discussion, has declined. He is the


-opinion that such discsm will not
tend to: harmon the ,prty or
strengthen its lines for the August ec.
tion. _'*,*: ',. *"* *;
Two 3ners IataaUy Killed.6 -
B. MDe Ala.-, Feb. A
charge of dynamite exploded pre.a-,:
turely on sope No. at the Henry Ellen
coal miles and Evan Morgan of Ohio
and GeorgeBeard of Alabama were-al-
most instantly ki1ed, being badly mu-
tilated. The a-ident ocwwred 1,0- 0
feet under the ground.
ru n Broke i.His Tasr's Xoes.
.EL PASO, TeZ F. Fe .-FLtzi.mos-
broke the nose of his teriner, Furchler,
while boing. -r. J ,e repamir-ed the
damage. The tow. is filling up with


Msw Y.ou. Fb L-The I.J. Dea
company's plaster wo at Yonke"
wee burned. e 0 .
DAILY MRKET REPORTS

s-AVAEWA: JaS- .&tfte mS te CnoiM


the most distinguished engineers of
age, died at the Hudson street hosW
Mr. Newton was one of the engin
who built the Harlem river spee-s
- A friend of the faily saym:..
owing to Mexcess of work M- .Ne
was in the habit of taking muld dose
floral for his nerves. He had no d(
taken an-overdose-that caused deatb
Mr. Newton was bmr in Florida
was 87 years old. Hia father, who
president of the Panama Railroad c
pany .when he died last May, was
-known as having been' in chargeof
blowing UD of the obstructions ati
lett's Point reef in-.187, and the n
at Hell Gate .in 1. -
.~~~ i_: : u:
The son, Augiin M.,Newtoa,
educated at Seton Hall as a civil enR
e. He was-- -a partner- t- Jo
Rogers in the building of the speed,

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as'fe theexeuter undeh bond theC ~-B
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aa th eiectors nn b- boadfl the
w -i". repair.othe a a.d
'pakageswhichV are -trinubered a
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Kiag Fra- 4ry G t o Remit.
RALi, Feb. .--The trials of the
white men and one negro for iuceadia-
rism at Kingston have ended i tae no-
"q-t- of AU of te & tdan& he
ver.diet Vis a great swurpri LThe tria
-cpdeht Aay.i efd
ch *e ith having woS.avayed
and great lose of property. Dfnat
hoped at beat for a mitral. Whether
verdict was announced thi Judge said
*to the ju theroy:
"You have the cousolatioa of know-
lng that you have turmed lowose te
ve, guilty men." -
leident of' the: subt liruiiea* AmW
SAn.0% wag formal= of the JurY.
A B.IGCONCERN.
ArUthles of lMeepranthms Wmed by the
s. d w M -

TvsTto'w, Feb. L-Artacles Of ier
p'r Io have beeo. .Sled i toe o ofa
sectetaryof state by the standad td eh
compy, with a ca,"tal .tock of
oG00000 divided into 800,00 dume of
*- ..-. -. .. : -. *. :.. .:. _.-. ; *
The company wil bavn aessiaNtw
York, Chicsuo, San Pmiso l()
and Turin, inIto-la, .alt"epuiM
cite t nsbim ad Afr*Tsity
wil deal iIn nahui n wd in.
maufActutp of awshes
The iacorp' ruera Thoma Oliv
of Beerly, 0?. udn aml Gexoe
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adjetasat pMxssalcmlh st-inm to 'ttHe



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1896 FEBRUARY.i 189

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Amliericn Miser In Paris Sepa'-
rated Frm i I o4.

WAS WORTHTWO MILLIOMrnkw

yet He Deprived Himself of the ernt.
rim -of IJe-Dr..Carlin, -ANote Vft r.T
mu07 Surgeon^IMes ~t St. lrns-uto Ai-
-tin N. (Cwrol Tak~i an Overdne of
C '-ar .I-Oth .r D"- .:*-_-, *.-':_ *+
P-.s, Feb. .-..-An od A i.an
|misrf ell in a fit while walkin along
the Bo'levard Des Capuobines, and s
taken to hlis lodgings,. wte~refe id
SfHis name, it appears was.Peteris.
He-hadivedAin thepoor apartments
ascertained to be his bohme, for about 1
years, and in an inside pocket of his
coat was found an ediwepe containing
papers, among .w i-ch was check for
2-,000 fraas I. :
The envelope containing this
was postmarked Boston, and -when the
..miser's domicile was searched French
bank notes and American secmities,
etc., were found in vaios-places. The
total amount represented .- by these se-
curities and notes is 1,80,O0G francs1
Mr. Peters Odeprivd himself'even of
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the necdaries of life, a-nd only spet a
franc and a ha- dailyon his meals|o
cent). e is supposed to have beenm
interested in .lag-concern.inAmerica
and to have received from it cheeks for
his portion ofthepi.ofits.IrL:
*Took aq OTSAIlO- of ChlmlrL
-Nw w:.Yoi, 9Feb; L.-A.uga M.
Newton, the.0hird son"of the late 3Djor
General Johi Newfton who .was one of
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SENSATIONAL FIGHT.

Xm.- MohiersIm Cr-il county.:

WISTON, MCt.eL 1.-There w"
Vmer and inoshinr -m 001arolcdounyl^
Va., near tha ^ North a h




loe. Maeshal Wmtd Staes ahot dOwn. *- '
rep.- ae Deputy oti lea. tW fto-
weeetimeewitbthenoontshiners beor th eyr"*.H

Oned of the bilhoekdse athey aaw sted
Thorn ien moving Wrltoa






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SThe deput wet aft a pyia o
forhiers to fe t, whretupn the fai




te gansowine os upe hiofm ao, bea lyremo
tumed the -rfu, ifnd fieatal -rit




-ore.at madeai torn exss ohve ten everyw
His -'deputy, Tbamton, pedf ftse







time oft the noonshiners who are con- iwhd-,
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KILING -AT .ORGA. iclea'Ir
woum alown, mieto Deat for t Weirew Spot
One of telockAeraton, er asthend r.,UT
Thomton m bremovingr Wib tOet, n btsiense
old louse eset
1%en deo, tn after a phyicant tiofa







aormhs ofriaul Dozier, thes eton mahomamlly Y
the moponshner-sete upon him and beat ly rerw






in w e. a i ..h not e fasya.
Great in osdio. erit over the 40- in- y
U&o to there wiohiesu who an cm- wo
tiand despticuff.Tey were epated,








to** make friends, he-drew*hi pl*'o and Iei~
KILeiNG evAT MORGANgc, ani









.i.n wa sh i t h.a n.Ian.







-, Feb. 1. :
BH UronandtMe* Dand fel dhe adeS at l the
firn- athrmtwis









"AEBALY .. FeUFI i-AAUInanD,"e :;../
--.
name: of- Tom 'Xftton, Irom ohnFgSy
lla.e vshot and killed-Bin am ot' ma the fAbl
little town of Morgan, Caffiou county. St
Kearon s ade a brsk for liberty, "bit,_ *
as he6 turnd -a Cotner he nan into: tM.o If at"ic
arms of Paul Dosier, the towa mbsha
In whosewc esapdhi mt i-I"^
New Yon, Few hib. i. -andipt tor
Kean -W shidaem -ai

-together, wHeal resPlted in rmburgca, :7 ao. i
Itiso asetd insa.ophley iwrWes thpatd, j -
but Keatonr geti away fonm the Ijiahn
'fhad hold of him, andd walkng- 1( )W to
thne, in it o=nner,.,
toany's fibendr ihe.dewhstoI and ;*
Iemptibed, it, every shttaking effct an m
thatgo wasr hot 'i rcth
|gro and thigehd adt ell dead at -athe ri&
feet of hit, slayer. Wig' W"he was _t rem*4
-Wiled *ve:7 new- thbe same spa, many. >lod-dtrw

ONLY-A. WArTER OF TIME.
I rI8i rins" Terd~m&"8i' iuta~7


,.'The Herald, humn Bt Petersburg sws: nAue6, tm
It-is Asserted in mflavphas.e -irles tht !g

41astlueio, A*A ha" Ptiz",e 4wdnade-

thevsignt-o sol a faststerftaB ^ M

soon w -emre by anotMrs.A fJ
thevstofCutvnHtflt e m

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n"el -hiT a 1::''- :'p:MIo" es +"li I ter i::": ^::-i""7 +"'::. -.?:::
teas, wafeof de us&%-aim&th
on which it aete.It Aleteroe

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TI DALYSUN.: NG.AINE$SVIL


IRID-
9-Y.po FLOIDA FR-U 1 9'.


I- tolend a helping baud to advance the
H ~ers tm lit hm~fU3 i
-~ ~ ~ ~~m~t ladhubidn ftetwine

which he re e PrP
bmto those h6 ak a eort
s eure it Gaineiville coldbe-ma~de&
'j grow- with imaelurpityt
w oarcitizens would put their ahouldere
4oilbe wheel n.uitdymv for-
- ward. Charaflotte North Carolina, .ten
^ years ago hiad a population of^ 8,0
souls, and half of them poor and un.
r ahe to secure steady employment. To-
"^ dayltlsahliveof ^aindustry a buosy
d manufacturing center with ever 20,0
- inhaatoand sil growing. She
s masi&fy: baccolow
' horns and making anoise, but by util-
wo izinig all of her local capital ntem
ployed in other cnls. With one
helaert peiople.Joine&in,-.And 7froni
the m'ebant down to the clerk begin
.,to investasmallamount eachmot
in a co-operative industrial, company,
^ having lor its objectthe buildings pof
profitie indtri Withinthreeor
oWr years a scoe of large cotton fac-
Stories, each, one paying a dividend ofn
the ivestment, have been -bult, by
Ir- this co-operative industrial company
ir i Charlotte, and three times as many
, more have; been bult ;by individuals, a
majority of the latter being newco wers,
ym attracted to the place by reason of its
great industrialvactity. Over ih
-proIitableindustrieshavebei put in
operation in that town within the past
h four years and several thousanud peopie
M7-. have been given employment. .New
trade has beencreated, the merchants
Bave come in, clerks receive better sal-
ih t '-" ' -p l : ' ' ""'' '
be aries and eveiy individual within that
cvitVy has profited OelmtIwy by the
16 change'.
tin% VALUABLE SUGAST1ON5.

ive,
-.The. Ba~ltimre MaBnfaeturers' Bec-
l ord makes the following suggestions
whichl, itheeded woulAdprove-of much
to' Ganesville mand other

reng the S&ith theretare
towns having excellent natural advan-
P tages; towns inwhch money is lying
gb pIcB0ally idle, doing tt on
er good. to tlhe omtmunity. If everysuch
Cown |sf nirthe South could bei ed
iith Bsome of the-histling: qalities
ii which 'have made Atlanta, and 'which
ed are today-bringing -tothefrontBore,
kGa., new one. of the most conspicuous
t places in the South, because of its
success in capturing great cotton
In mills, hundreds of towns- through-
ble out the South would quickly spring
Into life and activity. Thae South has
Sthe ability and the money to build up
BL its own industrial interests. It ought
he to be nreinideperident mor el-e
liat, and ithsg people ougpetatio nite


rtkflOtej~llaiiiiItlSnthnce


iz siuw P BIE T&U ~LT.

Btlou of'the president ol
- Editoral Ajbeocatio
r uf debate on thae Cab.


rhioh



spirit





s^in
inref-;
atght
ebnt


d not

it the
ratry

I its
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second congressional convention at the
same place and date. -:-..
Lou Sweetwine and wife, Ella
Sweetwine, --aliens,- subjects of Ger-
may, have-instituted suit in the U.
S, court against the Jacksonville
Street Railroad company for $10,000
damr gesfor injuriessustained by Mrs,
Sweetwine while attempting to board
car" .14. near the corner of Bay and
|LAuirastree t on November-7, 185
Sbea ard of. governors of the Jack-
sonvil.e boar .of trade is heartily in
favor of congress recognizing the
Cuban inburgents as belligerents, and
at a led meeting, held .on Fridayf-
unanimously agreed to urge the Flor-
ida delegation in congress to do all in
their power to secure such recognition
.by. *e government of the United
States.;^ ':"'.** "" ^ *** .. .
Prof W. Shmeats has official in-
teillgenee of the fact that the improve-
ment ordered by the state board of
education in St. AugustiDe, in connec-
tion with the deaf, dumb and blind
asynm, are completed, at a cost of
'2h0, The improvement is in the
way of a dormitory for colored inmates
adame much .needed repair. Also
that the girls dormitory andannex at
th a wte normal, at DeFuniah, is com-
pletedat a c66t 6f &5,552.
X.e, s has been received in Jackson-
uiflestating that John Tallent, who
washot on Christm day by Poli e-
XaanW Kely, -had died of his|
wonds. Talent was from St.- Louis.
es remained in the hospital In Jack-
soill -0 o r two weeks, and getting no
better, returned to his home, where he
The fatAl buletstruck him in
tW. -spne, causing paralysis, which
cVntinued. until the injured man died.
In the United States court Lat Jack
a*m~tle the cm.e of C. M. Furman of
&M e a, Ovs P H.L.

ida,~ kh rseeo thewitraoa
pf andet. l., was set -for
|i|Sn^Aaa~:^\In OU Oms al:-
moerttiibo woe Anastasia Wanad, op-
pedleSt. AuigmiaUe, Is involved. TMe
iri is ghteen miles long and three


aa^Bapmd. .vtcowti a &e oa,
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R >~I 41 J 41-j b ei

7, td lb b adei
lb td fi1Mw e Ihret wit bin
-'lH^ii^^l; --(Mpo^ toroo


I


-ealn !Ieflae oy xp
wregh~ered letter. address,



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31. W~lLEK BJEWA3E.

raiviesin Havanal he w

dsy|g to lay '-icown: tls
!rtendei~,nauiratbe a c
odad freagainst th(

her toi stop and reflect I*
That i an game at bim
?,d~ adthe new capta~
FdoAl the gannilet it -
_aaeo, w


tilwh ia intimal
eQiiir^pmeuof ivne- x
*0 l"wod -r0
"00 in-


"The worst tairt Pbls is aliber-

*Sid igdiilts K



intydvoted Cbm ae oh
7 ya A.I &M-'plp. .

The ezpomurei a ll s.rt. and- co-di-
tions of weatbe& that- lt umbermant Is






not :rtpl c--..e,.- l ed, resu-lt:- ... c..
vempot, e-maamger'of b. Fot Bragg
at Port flraiQ^ L4 mes tp





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lu.! -Al. .-HO R .

"'Ara 1 B HBRfRfT HOMBOA


I.teMW of XInterest on Topics of theDay-
- tnlligence Conernng thn e Most m.-
portant Oeuarrenes ut all Partsof the
Civflied World.
-The steamer St. Paul is still stuck
in the sand.
The delegation from Louisiana will
be divided between Reed and McKin-
ley. *: ." .'
The Liberty bell is being greeted by
great crowds on its return to Phila-
delphia. ;
Senator Gorman has announced that
he does not intend to attend the next
national democratic convention.
A stock company is being organized
at Tampa for the purpose of manufac-
turing all kinds of paper from pal-
metto. r* "* "' ":
South Carolina produces about ten
million pounds of tobacco annually. A
few years ago no tobacco worth. men-
tioning was raised in that state.
Miss Rivero, daughter of Ra.Mon
Ilivero% editor of Cuba, died at her
home in Ybor City, Wednesday night,
of malarial fever, aged 25 years.
John L. Sullivan, ex-champion prize
fighter, who seriously injured himself
by jumping from a train a few days
ago, is said to be in a rather critical
condition.
The S. P. & W. railroad has settled
the claim of Mrs. HEL G. Knadler of
Louisville, Ky., whose husband was
injured in a wreck on the road, near
Calahadi, a few weeks ago.
The prospects that the fight between
Bob'Fitzsimmons^ and Peter Maher
will be contested within the borders
of Mexico, are diminishing daily, and
it may now be regarded as certain
that it will not take place. upon Mexi-
can soil.
BL. S. Paine, a civil engineer who
came to Valdosta, Ga., to ald in sur-
veyine for the Atlanta Lumber co'-
pany, near Sparks, was fonnd on the
outskirts of that place in almost a nude
condition and a ,raving maniac. He
was taken in charge by his friends and
aent to his home at Staunton, Va.
The. Marion county republican com-
inftee has called a con'ven tion to meet
in Ocala February 13, to select eleven
*delegates to the state republican con-
vention at Tallahassee March 4; also
the same number of delegates to the


uun iTwiUlm


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;^, WW


MISS K.i]CGHT PRESIDENT.
Election of Officers of the Seminary LIt-
erary Society Friday Night,
The East Florida Seminary Literary
Society met on Friday evening in the
assembly room of the Seminary and.
carried but a well ordered program.
The.entertainment opened by sing-
ing "The bed, White and. Bl e."'
Miss Blandingread a selection from
Whittier which was loudly applauded.
Miss Knight caught the ears ..of the
audience by her skillful performance
upon. the piano of a .familiar. melody
with variations. Cadet Coope.r played
Upon his mouth harp. Cadet Harry
Knight caused much merriment by .his
rendition .of b A Yankee in Love."
Miss Lula LaFontisee- with much ex-
pression, read". Thed. Black Fox," 'by
W hittier.: -. --
Several new members were added to
the books of the society, then the
monthly election ofofficers was .-effec-
ted. 4 Miss Eller Knight was unani-
mously: elected president; Cadet Per-
son, vice-president, and Cadet Barco,
secretary and treasurer; committee on
program: Misses Julia .Bradford, :Lula
LaFontisee and Cadet Clarence Knight.
The meeting then adjourned and the
young people gathered in front of the
Seminary and played games for .up-
wards of an hour. .
Knights of Maccabees. .
The state commissioner writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After
trying other medicines for -what
seemed 'to be a .very'- obstinate cough
in our two children, we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and at the. end.
of two days -the cough entirely :left
them. .We will not be without it
hereafter, as 'our experience proves
that it cures where all other remedies
fail."-Signed F.; W. Stevens, State
Com'.-Why not give. this great medi-
cine a trial as it is guaranteed and
trial bottles are fre.e at W. C,
Wallace, 'drug stores. ,Regular. sizes.
50cand t:. .
Arriva.l and Departure of Mails .
-To and from the postofficeat Ganes-,
vile, Fla. Schedule in,-eect January
29th, 189.
-S. F & W. RU-Arrive froBa the.
north at 9:3--& a m. and 3 .2' p.m.;
south of High Springs at 9:35 a. m.;i
northbound leaves at 2.30 pm; south of
-High Sp-rings leaves- at p. mI
DaUy.y except Sundays.
Florida Southern -Railroad-South
of Rochelle-and Roebelle, leaves at
10:50 a. m.; north of Robhelle, leaves
at 1 p. i.; from th.e north, arrive
at I p., m.;ariv
at 12:35 p, m.; from south, at 2.35 p. .M
F. C. & P. Railroad-North bound,
leaves at 11:10, a.m.; south bound,
leaves at 1:05 p. .m; from the north,-
arrive at 1:45 p m.; .:from the southt,
12. m . - .
SGainesville sad Gulf .railroad-Ta-
coma, Wacahoota and Kirdwood, ar-
rive at 99 .a. m. and leave at :230
IL m . ..... :.:. ...-. ... : .' : .. .
Star Route-,oneeville and Trenton,
leave_60a. 0 n. andarrive at 6,00 p
im., every Tieesdy and Friday.
S -. F. F.KING, P. M.
7 '. 'neu X .tt-- '. p ~ *... .-

members wel the day when her father,
the Concord philosopher. Jaet out to pro-
po.e marriage to her ,tepmo.her. "The
liveryman seemed. to know," she .dd,
".thft it ws a special occasion, and the
horse and buggy which he gave father
were made garakby a pair of bright
yellow reis. Poor lather looked. sO dii-


with those gblarog Taii3 hanging looms-
iy ovr lrbSbn~nf.


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BOUG AAt bR$SI)LXEE.
Shing es, Lath Bk a .oLieoJ




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...::;/MA$TjB'^S ALE.^,^,
Tnder "and by virt ue f adecresoff o in
.te ofimortgageImadeaTo rendered lu th1
. ... day-: .a _uary, )., -- '-, .by in. W.
A. Mfocker. judgeof theetravutourt,j(r thie
lflth Judi re uIltofriorida -in a. crta 1
ause there pending, whrein F.-H Bi-uler :&
Co. are complalnants and JobnuT. itogers as
admtuistrator the twtute of E. B. Z
deceased, .and u asn.t Sarah A. E-Iogr,
defeats, aMd whr.4u I was -a.po-n
i~pecI5I lrstorin ehaibrery to exeen* sqiii
decree, -1 Will ,sell at-pjibfie p y to Irie
highest bandWbe idfbd ate ertor. before rh*
'-oirt house door in the city ot Gin ,
in, Alacbh"u oatiyM Fl.ida, on m tn ay.
Mareh'NL A;D., 1W_6be" i legl s!l4 d1 R a
6tftbe folowyg derlb, piece, jit e or
tract of lanLd.statelyUiag a-nd beh b the
county ofAlachna, stat^-Of 1 orma4 1 e-
scribned as -foUlpw, t.wvt Tse -o-z -east
quarterofScttoa of townshipI i, th of
range 5 east. 'Tog her with all
and. singilar, 4ee teneimeotg, berdita-
nxn .-afLt..au- Ceia W. to t.e
max" ori aywise aprta .
Said propaeiy t6 -e b odjo payjafd is ly
da decree, Itamagas.71 t
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Wkbkohi- :4 A 1
wteh u- y wi--- nu*ll. i U, BA

hed '.notWer p

r.. When hie g
to conduct a c
oeeiaby cofront
the United StaW
Te, PO'
|^|B$B~ffe-in~
aeribabe horr


I think .Hd1 -r.apa --a I-t -be* -
medicdne before the public. After a, se
S. vere. old .ad
fitness I was in
'"* SK'**** ''''' -*'* '^*Hvery-iiakasw .

-":ly:.wifth z

wppe.t.itean:d
In thwheitd







was at lastobliged to iveup_.
Hood's Sarsapai.a
^'^^ 3 iuatio feAo'did




hellp me ~a~n ly. .t' took bot I.a

andfel o uc bttrh s all alway
roariIgand- Rom in ray ears.. I .I

Hood.'s Sa rsa- "11-1
helped mie amazingly. MI Iolkca otle
Jand 104 lo- mjuch~b~ette I shal aOwey
praise Mood's SaHsaparilla in the highest
termt. I have not lost a day since the
first bottleof Hood's." GAsroNMVin AY,
Altamabaw N. ; six for -_-
.Hoo P ills fa- _.


againsthe usof whisky or- y my ito"i-. . . ____ :-__ '._ -:..-,
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-pose:. oinha ae, t..~f I
-|a~te^ .^mal~t;-:*i5&^fll-haare~beea~la ed1-*'^- ;-/ .. ** .. :..-. : --. .* _.-..:.:-.-.,* + .-:- *^: .:-\.^ ^ *.^ : ^ ^ ;\^

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-iap m:++ +- its --r Itreto S- BrC~tIl Fou A onte r -
ationas^ ~there h aas ben n Hffiiaa-t Ct~hevi weaknedrgans: **"he Ki^T^^^1rmess.







Good+Q:uxdee -- *6, _
noutceeT Ut at the Knc 1




wNi betei wh.hs e hon d th y
wacuils abeepteyznsuha by me, ~andila- I~je CfS tikt h1 ^ aree^g't ...P
6 1af. wc h sstm hSei.^Sl









: -mKentucky..-eI s













Imldn th, Shi and . + un e the gmeuetso.ad&ost a"[:l dru.ggists.::
licn.s h.proucio o w-h.isky:. +- bin+-i i'eqatt~s~it~s:::Ee
gestion that it should be hristenedwith : : :.-.- -:-: -, -:. -.
to iskerf tox





















And en -soe 80 of"thm .'
ity-wh ofre' th poogahsae fac















-flin fiah ne s fd t o-a.aile.nd thoU g. , T Uine 4.... ..,, -
thefooRkthergaerdsfneradel.I
"W)0-youMknow,.-uiteas WYE.
an eayhered'he g~ to tht e.%;T













froowici rea e'w ts wo n wath et *. .'- -. _--












" nft :e~erta a "- sn'lu Ttn ea. -P y Chambdrlain -f .V "-i "I I ^f .......
-lovely gmrle-. Y msO E-- .-, :" .... fa.o h r a a m ":
.W "oh s aiedu y friend, "y-sme, e- ..-
don' cae fr eauty in thb bemirw ive."











. .on tie rShefltflkes inking through
th G-Soo-uliiemh


e it. thor tuertflanc e hadbee













011uo It~ 'v!y 6 S~ .;n lS n J ... '* * -' -* ... -' '" "'j".' *i *:l ~-^ '' :':;** ...... '-" -^;-i:":::'::*^ 's
an honesvaiat: blroallnel.r iil8




















"on" a.d .o s sr y n s i o .. . '. . .. ,j . "= .A^ .-- ., _~ .
W gadn iThe maiden owen away l hatily
after that, and thasn't s retuarn ola y






Will adie-Pa What is ^themandIng of^ The haigitest mscal aulhoritie h^ve give ^iafcittbe
theepessihon "towyer and cros' usmnq ,al-.ified e-iorsmen.-^ *-i The -' jug 'a '"rthe"^'
oinfhal oitrrowerwh iaT i bu:it inesspriiaf e& k is
touch and wigo' 60so f rtait y 46t A _PTs

bman, Vxa- ed sea t ndape aiite anafrd l60mtril

laye if t'shto h lgts as-I oe todtlessen the cost and in.reaseteqai













__________.-':,;^*' I-*:j."*:- :' ***THE RESULT .AWAITS YOCR INSPET ION..
S & Slt ce inme d atofrom' Lof ne'.













I632 Castelar St., Los ANGE~LAS, Cal: Easypaymnthen esired.. IA. R. UARiPER, Gi Uewlle.^^
-After having sufbred &h long: timh Catalogfe free.' ,t -
from a ufte rheuimatisnm without oh- - lie' -> -
taing' relief I used Chamberlain's .#- -
Pain Balm iand" was almost m ediate- . ? - -
lieved. I highly reco mea d d hi- an
'the best medicine known. I. M e na-n .
Aidton. For sale My all druggist













Ohfl~berlaizs~ Ry ad Sin OWibtment *

ia^c~f^^sH~~ap'R l^I P^ A NSra "~^ ^
Aftrthik46- It digesicpj cure

AUaPryihWw Reor d. Lbdu~~a ___
th^e^eprw tom andt mo-P uo~b hrfcu kcaat
*.4y -^:'Sfc-*:^^Ckd~douah^^ .*. e ido 'se e t'' i *.t. id, -*^:'Ahe*--"--: ^ ;
7.ft ~ p f l ^ ^ i i e d n < ':- '* '' '' .,*< -* .-';, :- '.: '.;^ : *- ^ ..:-
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of a prou sameat o a most wothyfamkily U __ tXr al n sbadge js a -go
.e O e --itW yo-m ihrug uOfortnuate *circum-. .:: : _-:' :.:- __ ,
an f lo) Wrmend are n- ue-iur !res-nny
irtanes1, are it need of assistance. Sh 4". of i b yMthe Hon. W- saving enness c -of-"d M
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..As tihe ti.efor.th clty election ap- 54. aiZg -io.H FAIR BA N- KS*- M-.
ii --t a fw f e leading Th e rep -iot naqs .e o B ou-i&- 4-oaint ami" for .e_ mine--y. aatral -CAeI rtIa-A.k ; ...
aI Fryer1.0& Thomas-r
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m: J K' :0i m t ,te -mayoralty. .:*. --The nw-oro-:-ks w t o "du -f.i IIMIIIhtj

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