Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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: 10 26, 1895
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: VID02300
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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ORIGINAL


ILLEGIBLE


~4


Q"CT-,0 2 6t 155'.


Account of the Executiom of the


'YOET K AS ISSTAIMTLYUMILE

Tli(|SD Had TerI. "0"0 Partly Ohe..
mad Were ,Lft- to DI#--XobaT.-
a4B IKebelt ILereakolac l tr.mtb.
X* Mewu.e ioldia1 Their Ova- lba

VsaC4.4uis, J3& Q, Oct.:2:-The
AMwaatsii Emr. e 1s3 s of Japan brings
advITui fromn the~ Ornt^a foo

the ^fDollwng accounstof h ieuin
as'KUheng o4th morae inofO6-61 17:'
Sevenof the murderers Were executedJ
*atthesaoirh gate of t4ihe c4ity. All of
she Onnuaiosnare *w'-re present withll.
t~e exception of Captai liell and
REev W. ~sn ister. ; .:;- *',;* '|
IEiooenwas-a graesome-one, only
one ead being severed at the fAtri
low,wveothers being chopped and th|
unfortunate wretohie6s, to de* -The. I
ezeodtips took placeji0file suddenly.
thei'nTabo Tio thi ovIyons
ounincg th'At he-had receive a tele-
srainfroin the viceroy authoriNing the]
exentfions. Since tien tlhe names of
lIiermtnials have been ooui nicated
to te v cderoy for ciitton.- a
T he M nanmmodaiu rebels in Kang Sun.
aref.incrieasnig in stjrength. TShei aol-j
diers^eD so qat ,4 'h0 _febeW.loi are
jodniMO tt 'rebels
disetlug-7r there it noha6tl~nic i
~atmtio frnt waoa.
^llmzfagianders in sontfhwest Kwaag
l hol~dintheir own.
SWILL. VMEE .-MONAY
I'wBebeiBg Sea Otienwettos-JOlmey will*
w isqrOi, 0^ 2-4 i stated
ofe Ythat HaMce4eBwl


WAR-NEW
^l-aaegst Nl:^*


Lt. I^-Askrim15hiba31:::


anoB u a-,da baudolt ba.



ateiss.- t~^- bab ^alU~IAmrewis
Udisp~tohboaJ~o~dsMljua ito sh a-*sMie*He I(
Lerobsy, ntear San Cubela T>a by Ipiess.e-Pgelara
^'^^J~nB~ll^^ja^ 4SeiabS (owajwt4 b
.*u ^ fhAn~e''ninff~fk' nRl. ** : ;


They are under' arrest and will

8 new cable offioetwil shortly be
4 between O-e-fuegos an& Santi-
e Cuba, at. Oasi1da, Tunas del tSa-
iUUWoi^Bat iCrus and Manzan-
^Ths ,Set '-will be- of great
Iance n conducting tlhe lalitary
Mienut.inat regn. -Ubarma-
asbenrived eof the re-
hat-abody of men was seenA Ilatei
an t~amarioca, on the Caulnar
province of Mataizas. These
ire supposed to have been flibus-
. but no details have as yet been
pubip.


SPAIN ACTED


'61


W. Fester- .mlufs a Spauitsh our-
als.stf ft Foact.


- ASHMGTON, Oct 2- TesifoUtU
Q special correspondent of the
di de Ma4rid, one of the leading
Ijijiof the SpmnislL4!apital, hascome
country fat the purpose of can-
g the sentiment of the leading
tsO en here in regard to-Onba.
Aeoaght interview withf Prteident
---,and Secretary OQnay, but did
them, owing to the depar.
the former for Atlanta and the
e Bmonte of the latter. Hkobt.in-
Istatement from John'W; foster,,
-foei united States minister to
^^^ nd afterardsaeocretary-of 'tate-
[tis ny~ personal opinion~ thit-if

J~il^^^Byext- spsmanaawkn
^dreaudn cloies. she willl be con-


I -~


the


P~Pe~R At.
t%~' UW
mha Tea.
-Is.


LOKDOSN Oct. 25-MLt Stgad hWas
long article in t* Westminster e-
zet"te on '"Mon4doeism," 4rimug th
course of which helays:S
"EnglitshniAAnUp* w edo W a*ot W
belist:e the signuWOasM of tseauli--
tioa of Americai aenthuenton t*ej
question of ,he Veneanelan frcIItier* I
mast be taken with ahe usual idscounkt.
and is no doubt due to th.-ystea- byr
which foreign affairs are disCuiaed-byr
bawling journalists rather than by-,, ;
suave diplomats; bat is is seribue, no.-
erteeless.
*IeT gravity consists in! tW facts.,
neither of which have anytIkia to do
with the rits of the qsAstioB in dia-
pute. IU the first place, fhe first.
time since the civil' -wzWr ll Amei-1
cansa hamo built a naviy of i^ht^
ay some reason to 'bis
which sooner or later w otg
against somebody. In the.,
it P seu lly* xBfiat' -^ -
Americal pre 48ss mum Ji 1
StaeS that the-Monrosa
been informally etdopse&st
faith by the Amoaean peepiadt
dispatch sent to. tAe SeW Y World
(referring to th0fzoported Bay 4elus
bucry-inerviewypffcablhy has bMsint
tr nidnutte he.mayB or


liased power haziddongpt|b
WOim as trusting ati
nader the rule irgGeginepq .
TN-iff~s I dPMMi ^^
*^TALI .W ^


- --- .


TIe .apzwe i m o(e of th

flm~ai.R~mpoui t1a caft ii.awa Ru..

.~ ataad~pa
case.,. Oct. ^-A u=laldii=ateh/

iuuadriateof ihirtbflA-


& ees QZ t!ie world as
mf e is this


LDYI, &iro.
OM AIMU Ro...'
[*n. alkwly t. urn.
a Ia^ light.
^.Oct" M2 -There UP
ry prospect of ana
.lq of Lady i hrlt|
i two thetrio "a La-a

Zd Shea, of 3.tona,
^a contract vi~7tfhe
iAweek and ex es
CplreDee. 14. Tboup.
ased making aznge-.
l through th4~eadcent.
underatruck to learn
company had silined


ffrtna will 8a


LOa
it-.


1^ $ JSUIC IN `M BIRMINGNM .
F Yotrk A. Youmig Man Ea itwIvlj to Kue^ Gaol
Oke selUtleu a d Sought Dth.
t JBhaaBGHwA, -Oct. 25. -U Rh M.
b )eok orce, aged205 eldest son of L K.
- atmtore at Dalton,0 4a., coM-1
I^P ^'tti aiticde .ero-mnhis rom in the
S Eagle hotel by shooting haimselfthrough
-the ad. Hi-was hiUf clf the"
^^fSouthern -freight agent 's oU here.
and Be aa beenill for aweek os.n4in
:07"to adtpodietmood.
^.^jni-* IA larddreiiss to his father wu


M' I~rB~^'^^--a^Th^l itei
1^s WxitZfea ast sk wda^?tat8&tBiattho'
P wrier had ftaile in .resolBt~*s nmd.
a to his fztjer..d lister some time ago6
to Th*hjitagmaB apoda few a z
L^ at bia hsooates^B 'were all .&uth pso-
t B. Tebody was fba uny chdyni.
"ARM fio intermet- p



J M aI Oco the Mas'
77. ^^eo-^
...47 fi^ i- Eo i ai


aHick


CanadIan. premier also iftve kaui iong
experience wmiththte question.
So far as is known, Mr. Omney
beunaided in conducting theAmeran
side of the case. Thosw mosttfamiiar
with the American position .are Messrs.
Phelp9-of Vermoat, Coudert and Carter
of ?ew York, Senator Morgan and ex-
geretary of State Foster; bat so far as
fsi'known, none of them. will be caled_
'ito the convention. j
The issue involved is largy one1o
fact said not of law. The Paris trib-
nalheld that the Candi sealers
-tured in Behriug sea had a right tode
there, and that they were entitled to-j
damages for -the selmizxa Thesealqs-
Claim over $1.000.00% but this whs
.scaled down to I72,00 lab1 an apre4 -
meat between thae Secretary Grah,
'am and Sir Julian Panoefote. IU
gross refused to ratify the agresmn
it being asserted by- Senator Morgan aW
the senate and. BepS8111ative Hittjin
the house, that th.e-amsnt wae exzom.
a iv e . . " : -
The coming conventioa will seek tm.i
reach a fair mode of adjustment k n-1
der the Paris award some sum musti be
paid by the United States. so th t
only question involved is how .ai6
that nven~t shall be.
WAS NO THREAT.
Meemons Unduly SeasW#.Ov Orer B*-gNies
to neave North Cares.li
RALE GA, Ocft Li-Jndge Cobb^; of
the superior 0mrt, referred to-Solictor
Pon the letter sent to the four Mormon


elders in this coUnty notifying them to
leave, and which they referred to Gov-
ernor Carr. Solicitor Pan. says that
unless the-Mormons can -show conspi-
racy to force them to leave, he cannot
see how the iguers of the lettocan be
prosecuted& As long as theeldersobey
the law they are entitled topreach; but
any number of citizens'may protest
against such preaching, and 'may go so
far as-to request the men toleave the
community and yeo not violate the
Ilaws of the state.
He has read the paper present to
the governor and fails to perceive any
threat. He fe 6ls that so fait the
staU is concerned ihereM i nothing to
be done. If -any conspiracy is i-Oed
or any injury done to the Momam he
promises them they shall have -the
same protection as any itimen. -The
solicitor suggests that the MoI monsare
naduIy senszive and that 1St Paul
would hardly have taken fiht at oc
alight provocataons. ______^:*''--...'.


ow-181c^tTU. WSGOT~tRfltx


Jma Fqt WiehWill l~nl

Xa, Tath 25.-Arnmor is abrofa
'anircle to the: eff; tha a,
si in- progress witNo theory
iting several of te transcona
Lls into we ystm extend-
f Cicago, to the Pacific coast.
Uo said to be in the deal are theo
,Topeka and Sanica Fe;-: the
over and Rio Grande; the aio|
Western; the Northern. and
t6Oriegon Short Line. The prole"t is
^wh magnitude that it is regarded
with doubt by well informed railroad
according to the report, if th go-
evinent take possession of the Union
Pi-cand thi Central Pacifh as one
sIteim, the consolidating lines named,
p.haps with the- substitutioa ofw the
(iWorado Midland for- the Deuvw and
Bio3rande, is almost A sure thlng.
* 6ealt Deathx Isni Iiaa otbew'a. Defense.
CHC-AGob Ot. 1r-Waiter BDobbins,
Syears old, shot and killed Joseph
Miller. a carpenter, because the latter
Teod insulting language tewards Dob-
bins' mother. Miller and Mrs. Dob-
bins had quarrelled and the man ap-
plied a vile epithet to the wvoan.
Young Dobbins- rdered Miller toWcea
swearing, but thi latter repeated the,
olithet and wag 1ihbic through the beart
by the enraged man.
The Coal Strike Is aIt aH Ead.
MASSsLLON 0 Oct. 25.-The eoal
trike mi the Massilmt district is prae-


tically at an end, the miners having
been gradually resuming work far sev-
ral days past without the consent of
heir organization leaders, Ia each
see work has been resumed on the
same terms as those under which tha
lniners of the state at large we now

The Report Denied.
DnvrER, Oct.2&5-D. Y. Moffa t. de-
nies the report that he, Eben Smith
and CG. Hathaway have- bought the
Raven mining property in Cripple
Creek He says they assisted in ob-
tainin. an opoon on- the property for
I. P. Whitmy and other Boston capi..
talist9 the price beAig in the neighbors.
hood f $500,000.
*' ~ ~ ~ ~ .- -- -; '.* '* '.
T-p Disputo Betwoee r ando. l BriL
P&uIS, Oct. 2&-The 'oil.tiqueColot-
nialek discussing the controversy be-.
tween France and Brazil over themaia
pa^twritory. )says that Goflvarw(S&Bra


1sprf i ton. received a piese o^


_:uet hee ijjm Oteew r4 ADwe .
Wedaoo EmIL,.- the 5a $ Iorett&
egMft 106 yardasqsam Jae^


-hit ,ha led e f et
zetnarik;: ^-. ^^
"tMr. How has done rigk inAwe
drawing. Had he e thep it wold
nrovoer est the inteaatonal ;g-
ziflcance wbich nW BtSace to it. If
the Cn to...retaa igifina ~i ..the
eyes of Engulih yaoateena it m mf be
sailed UP as Lord Duura deumids,
over anunobstruted outsb, and. i'd
Dunrav, hnas, tn
right to a match ider Sue dt
'The obesa:"---
"TIere is little likFlbalof ethe

tailily willnoidoso t~t a wore is
lota e w ein Wae spe *e to





XL Whroswing thesabjct~he~ng theyinat
INS td d.es w exs du he



M eontorhs:n Wyi i xAs.
ate Newmarketon Tedy~t


Setowo T~an Wr~i tkf
WArSKIN& Oct 2t-Senator yVan
Wyck is growing weakir, anl his tern-
perate is Very high. He breathes
with great difficulty. The change for
the worse came during-the night. Mrs.
Vaan Wyck: his daughter and General
Broadhead, Mrs. Van"Wyk's brother,.-
are with the dying man.
An EZpisoopm*'a IlL
vDIAlrApois, 04, T5,-A private
dispatch received heaafrom Minneapo-




the Ep- e-opal convention. -
& Plot DK-oyeatd. \:1':
IiNOHI^, Oct. 25.-A& special dispatch

tbata plot as. bee dio. ed among.
Othe servants of the sta palace. .n
ooaepom G^ itis adedtbltnomroa




reatt have been hiade and the t rest-
tenoes of the ministers are now guard-
udb~yte>p3. ,^ "'.^ '


Psto DapateaaI
.:- '%BBINTOK;.|
NUNasaistant:p,
j~a~mntal repsrtt


OTerreosipts oftR
^*.-* u 'u.*", -... *-* i.^ S a .-


Kuasla: Rehia. *.

master geiueral4 in
otor tbe p- final


k~he steaom


Buffalo. A jttuio" Kof 6t0 fiall iKa-'5
~nutes s*ad '1 s8ecands|-e- avaraeL
apsea of 68* 6 iesan hor..
- This time hdlades -stopsi ZzEluBalv&e^^^
of stops thl rna vii made in 4'Th into^- -
S S-'-es,0eooislon av speedlB ofw.-
V 4niaiiOL TheNwin.


cludag stops and 626 nies aa&s
exclusive of step."
The train left Chicago at oiwtJ
(Central lime) and arrive I as 5aaa*
- our minnati lker th^e trai aStopinthe- eeMkal tioaltt s


mi akingt tal we tethe




AOOwxmIlot w o?" r..


thedaytoth
tBinte and counties -a ^^la&. 1a.^-

of oald Smu:ty ei1 1B9tW^ : i;


lotne t cuoteritutonai ca w



U 04
MUh **Woe-xv, ot*i-e h
pln ua sznuak'benbne
[i da tote; ^lagli^^







thne repsenttro Df French t a-lThe f -


000 hasl.beft pjiaN -adow*
amounitfWll be due ext ilk :

ontion WI!v*$,
most iinpor^C't~ot^ ^4-*







pt t.


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o f aj.pport-~
W^l-be ita beip.,^^

reditable exWit
l citY:and county.
:-t.epositon. Such an
si~btless be of great
.wnvaristeli o
4lt 'organized bord
wAit JMen a associa-
sumh an exhibit with-

^iffq^ "worthy of- appre-
I5 who saeri-their
ohfl AbhePablic good. de-
flifor teir rprise, but
organization a more an be
shedniaa daY2~i than- can be.
y ewladividuals in months.
means letus have some kind
saatizton to promote the in-
-io4 c 0yndcunt'y.
lerfudl- vaucemaent can easily
i:flou|^eBs generallyy will
sor8 public spirit and enter-


`ter 'w a rnrves to,-pi ote
e ~God heir efforts sholsdhbe
ae^^lioey n vestedl la ho-
ialdigof every de-
*od for be -purpose of
| i certyainy provee ad-
t1&&2 heinterests of the pee-
ptg^r.laiRwler'is enti-
AslUbted raise for the enter-
z_ dislayed4 by the
irep miJlgoti of money 'In
and alongg the -east
a. He mst have faith
al~an~assta t else h-
iitveplaced so vast ,a sum
ind iands that cannot be
^TelBateiscanv anso be
Mr t^Plant,' .*whot; h^as
ftlavisH ^hn4 i-veta ^ 'il
ppon he deelop


.~~... yd thatthee+
^ ^> isit o ui~n* tt^o A o f t h*lag eii in order to &itrib- *
'^^^B~i~lteyBute> th1i 9*;TB I roduct and thati ^e old
:''* :3* *: ,T^ :sE!- ~?3 : ^ ^ ;. ^ 1 ,*** *^ *^ *' *. :'W3t] *.'-
i.:ea+ j+p+, :i* Om :-++5- *w -o -,.-- -. ..'1 U P
Texas~sb aswfopr$-7,b

ic u wrnHow's This!
Acam po foWe-oer one hundred dollars-reward
:7771.te oe. for any ease of catarrh that cannot be
Tbe sgarCSUS groWA aii -,-iid& crd hyd Hall's Catarrh Cure
treason i unusutalty lge .e and J. CHENEY&co., Props., Toledo, 0.
.. .- 1 We, the underlined, have known
e ta*~.ouzmer- numerous s b'old F.J. Cheney for the- last ,15year and
itheurkyabke regon believe him perfectly honom dble in iall
91011nJOU1 nannall
o tyi+- :" .+ ablefo carry out any obligation made
s-. id:. that not : .by their -fim.
i :tha1not + no ngalrWest & TTmux, Wholesale DrWgists,
1w or 121 worm has bee Toledo 0.; Walding, KinganU
cn y er, s year..Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, To-
ledo. 0.-
A yomg-ladyin fPala",- ntly Hall's Catt i-h Cure is taken inter-
killed a monster rattlesakekaeasur- ,nally, aetin^ u;--ctly upon the blood
i,. sa-- ft m,, Ifiol.K" ^-- .- = and mucous. .arfiea of the system.
-,in Xf.' p.' 7ft Im bottle Sold by all
France is-reported to be aboit ready druggists. Testimonials free.
to levy& duty onexportaioajf phos. c-rs w
phat6-from igiors. Little Carrie had been instructed to
The Manatee Lemon compBy has, learn a Scripture vesse with the word
snt an orang tree full of fruito their good in it. Accordingly her parents
Atlanta exposition. taught her., "It is lawfl to do good on
.the Sabbath day."
-The Olympic mountains i_|Wash- The little maid-repeated her text
ington are illuminated by an active many times softly to herself before the
crater from a volcano. beg lnning of the general exercise, in
S: which all the Sunday schoolclasses were
Enthusiastic crowds .fgreetd the to join. Then, when her turn came, she
president at every station on hi return sent a ripple over the audience by recit-
trip fromAtlanta tomWashingon. ing, in clear-but lisping aoeents:
t rp rm Aa n "It is awful to be good on the Sab-
It is stated that early next| spring bath day."-Youth's Companison.


work on .an extensive scale wit again
be commenced on the Nicaragu canaL
A woodenware factory will on be
started in Brooksville which 411 give
employment to fifty or sevy-five
hands., f


The Chattanooga Tradesmi
talns favorable reports frum
direction about the leading tr
the south.
Guava bushes which were cii
in the vicinity of Leesburg by I
of list winter are coming a
growing finely.
The general condition of thl
as indicated by reports tot,
more Manufacturer -v Be i O
to be very enceueagifg. l,5^


a coa-
every
aes of

down
0e cold
it and


outh,
lalti-
tinue


rcond itions

t In some conditions the
gain from the use of Scott's
Emulsion obf cod-hver oil
a For this reason
we put up a 5oc. size, which
is enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful as a
trialfor babies and children.
In other conditions gain
must beii slow, sometimes
almost imperceptible.!ealh
can't be. built upin a day.
For this Scott's l6EnUsion
mutbe takten, t m


P hasM 1^ eve' hmmwu. ?huml.rn B



list
Plhaltk. It wflnot tb> 1^ It cUtts








amt_ a ~ hd~ ~e e
Castwla m CtUp m a uit *
Csstorhji>;sentrlhs the fgasts of t1.mlsad KM or jeIms *_aI
6astori met ootutfnaO~~a~ifuTwM>^
Castss aasdniat the feo4, rvga*i a. *tak .u ^ w
givhag healthy aud nutBJ iia.^ '^:'' "^-^
Ctods> Ia put up Sm ome-do Wtl ry It is net -Id is bulk.
Pea't aflwr amy one to mmli yei. MyVt~mg * on thei ph a m ^b.
that It S"Jt ~^am good ain&"wUl-C~^egus ~ M' .w; *
See ~tiK you ett C-A'8T4'*N '.'".:-




Children Cry for Pftoher'^ Oratorla.


- ~ -; : Usjus-wbatthe3

ie existed Is now
thB'tiS sugsr c and
lad :A n the- country.
i ro0es much to this company
twrk of development and
777 t -+he mpany -should
encouragement -in its


Chr.00016'ica e recently con-
xellet article upon -the
itiion in -Florida-. -It
ht.spirit, and bore
-ce thatits wording
from a conscientious
rtad{|nt.Its advice to the warring
of the democratic party i
o~rid If heeded, would bring about
reeo ....... an pae n-tthe
pre wrangling and discord Ithe
re.re A retnr to olddtime purity is
what j6 needed to -estori confidence
and reject, do away wlth all sensi-
jealousies, and bring to-
ther a peaceM basis those who
have, it must be regretted by every
democrat, become estranged. The
Tmes--lon, aftercomplimenting the
Chronic for the conservative and pa-
triotlc position it has taken, says.
SEveydemocrMt who ares for his
party or hi country must admit that
this adilNe is necessary as well as
good. Th-e democratic party has en-
i unseemly quarrels. These
iTnust cease if the party
l ua in its mission. Mow can they
bei e N.otby a mere assertion
that one faction is entirely right and
another entirely wrong. All questions
of differeuce must be subtmittsd to the
democrat people for settlement. Bfut
this question must be -ettled by the


November -6th has" be-e'Ixed'for
Cuban day at the Atlanta .,e00iin.
Cuban sympathizers are arraBringfor
the speakers. There will be promi-
nent men from all over the country on
the program.
- As a result of a recent %c ory the
province of Puerto Princip. s fallen
into the hands of the Cu 4 insur-
gents. General Maceo defeattd a large
column of troops, the Spaniards losing
800 killed and wounded.
Information from Spanish ources :is
to the effect that the In uts are
freely usingthe torch. T4Stave de-
stroyed by fie at Rato-Nue therail-
way statiOn and twenty-seven other
buildings including a church.L
The Florida editors met at Jackson-
vile, postponed their business until
January 19, at St. A +gutine, .and
then with their wives and daughters
batook themselves to the Atlanta
exposition. The association: is to be
reorganized, its constitution revised
and a general improvement made.
The world's record for .- railroad
speed over a great distance was broken
by a special train on the Lake-Shore
and Michigan Southern railway, which
ran from One Hundredth teret, Chi-
cago, to Buffalo Creek, Buffalo, a dis-
tance of 510 miles, in 481 imites and
7 seconds, an average speed .t:6t.800
miles an hour. This time includes
stops.
Arrangements have been made for
the assembling in Atlanta on Monday,
Oct. 28th, of about 1,000 officers and
employes Qf the Plant system. MoL:nd.ay


i esile Florias.
Couinty Agent for Sale otf


Shool iBooks, Suppi

A fuli and complete stock f Hyl
celebrated andies. A
- Agent forthe world-renownedWatir-
man fountain pen.
All tihe leading papers and perodticalS.
Miss Tebeau's


Boarding andDay Schol

Gainesville, Fla.

Re-opens Monday, Sept. 9,1895.
17daw3 mang
We "Meat" ByEverybody
atourtore.audit nerally =a eu-
t rely Ia aetoy me nff. Then
We Tender Tender Meat
to our customers, the frehest, sweetest
and Julcest to-be had. Ourmutton Is sold
as mutton, not as spring lamb.
The Lamb Costs More
and we charge accordingly. Same with
beef--ehoce -uts are sold as such. No
lies-no misrepresentation.
They oose Cutstom
-never g sIn it-we lmply guarantee our
beef, vealmtton, lamb, prk and poUl-
try to be Ju weave represented. The
people keep coming to us. O-urstatement
must be true. ithlsstheway you. like
to do businessw.calttheestabsment of
J. M. DELL & CO

1: S, MERCHANT & O-




GROCERS


sy .paymentaw


iarkable reason
ARHARPER


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C. AO 'ce-Pre-u, .- .--..B..A.T BSE 0e1 T -


Forbme tb-h For those eoruw fof- vi 1

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-wanted. 'i.-.+.+. -."3 [. "a-g|: ..J+';-



Make.s ael EDD.INr. S. ||.


CONT aCTSR Af 77r

Makes a Specialty of OrnamentalIb"owed W-ork.


Plans and Specifications furnished


on application.


Factory foot of West Main Street near Depot-



.HAMPT R-DAN .G i ss ,


-W I oopi. -ot by the 'tickejr tse being Presideut I B Plant's birth- South Side -Square. -+ -i B c. -, .- e l 1
^^dein^^ na^ .m Potter Bloclk, ..,:^ -^\:.GaBB
Iea j d em a g o g 0 a n d t h e p l c l-bs a f a t w a s s e l e c t e d a & P lA p t y t e m
b oumnd+ in onan nominations s:n' mu '' ...
inad~taiy net yar n alte co ut day- The ofcis and.- 11. eswill rina
CO^Uti7 ties. let every democrat have an meetat Jesup on Sunday- aht in WgUiIr LU*
"ala o epresighisel by time to leave there via a spe.sl train -
$ ^ a M ~ a llt adr.+wh^^ i-:.r '.' -"^^ -* "" ....... *':' ....... .'- .:',' "^ N .... " - K:
+:-' Z ... wh:: ich will put~ them ino..Atlanta, -Crockery and.TinWan--. P+++- rompt Attnie o AlIsric at

ot^ ld-timfepuiHtyiwill^ raints old- Monday morning at 7 o'cloefeL flTTrftll AIIfl ffllrr~yw ___^^ ___'; "~s-
_______t__ Isaac Wall of Wyyneaville, Ga. was. U- t L mit tin" '
---. .,* :,." .'>- :.,l. -_ **. /'... _,. ._ ._.,:.+ .r' ,- -" .-. : ** U W M S :; J l S T at yers Presssays th klled while trying to savehis dog. ..... :- L KVOYLo
M_44" : -7-- e eeym e The dohwas on the tua jp .... -. .. m:-:- & 0 513

F^^i~ai^ B^fuit iran prahngtan al upd
aibl)-ra!nTo e'stand upy'.4 an darght it andpthd- -o-m in te ./t.TRT
..- eeareladedowawit dtch Bere he. c l-- d-ef iosef.a e t
trtieg bUt gr^;eat ~gfl$s^5 o fruit, c^c fruit t he. train: a' d" s-truc "i" -k -G i u.s o:e+tr-: ial ai:4- yu- U I.. --
I"rBI^g ^-. ^ b pjj Itshi hand waptdtse m l,- ie AtAll ILfes and -Ar tdI
MI#- urngtbV 4 rem som boy ttaentoBrneic4Qg




A B p Ia 1._i; toe -w l i.a. Moday. . and .lin g mour.ltly-L. IBM
"Willi*

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J", . -. -. .
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+:++ ++-.:-.+ there a m; led w h. t ryin -.tq. + ++ ++..+'.+ :+ :+ +::+++, :. +:. :+++' ... :":+: ...... .... ::.i+:__ + :-:-.+ + ... .+
The, dogw.as o.A :...+:-3 .... +:3..: .::+ -.- ...-... th.e._+ V- w*+: ._ +,; -i :-:: .- :+


*a"


!ce of aiding
.umat to #11l


is right.E
tiwn in


m: .+''??' Bp^of t:: uf
live :boioa 'r
^ MCHis Bie1 Zia




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4i


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iit in
this re


I uiss, by Mr
Tnc~ir liii his


ra -l


.a:. shi
Sone til


a : Thepre-emineuce of Paine's celery
Sompond over all other reaed.se
a eld iotb e better iustrate than in
e asef the Trneffamily of St
Anthoy, *, .
M. Tuney had recovered he,
eatb the iuse of Paane's celer

'S1he ^had s6uffered--rooi a variety Of
ai jlls duto a rvoustem

Sh freqel happe& the entire
Sfiiy overcome perhaps by anxaie
and care, began to feel ,run dowa'
and to -suffer with the hardest diseai
A ihWrld to diagnosis-the trouble


i Te bI advice of their physicians toru
PiIn : celery Ompounad, the. ..
Sknown remedy that re tores lept nor
Y VousB energy, rates an ppette puri
Sm sleS he b :loo and uilt up thi
strength of theentirews tm, was fol
[ lowemd Mra. TMrny in a letter t
^ Wel 1Richarason]o., who prepare

S"y husband 4and. three ehi ri0


ilitl n tosuffeyfrom detility, and
Slacklying powers after slight
J T real trouble is a run-doieon-
dito the nerves and blood& d
SPaine.. celery compound- as Wirhe
ca8 ,IsTuoe a Win BA:her_: y,
r: vl d them 1 well a+irt L! "
h tism andneural r
more gerous and more painwl with
e* c old i .th" : -

Stivityotheofa isorders:
Th i is positive danger i allowing
the to meet the6pelJ sl .win-
Ster pped by rheumatism and
Sneuon or any disease -that comes
b h sis tesamecerteyof get-
ting of these two disa that
e there" of com-bopleeecoeyrfro
-i sleep eess, nervous -weakness, bye-
5- teria. m any o6he1 ut of inwovw-
ishe ere a bloo.L Phyaieas
toda dfhutt andn
ai they 4o ileeplessness, melan-
chol pious-dypepsia bs build-
g eym and supporting its
detl e 'i parts with Paines eel-


tali
tiss


cmpouud restores vi-


a weight and trength
|t~ftr~ente-ly ta e e
the heated season. ~It
ieti& o keeps every
wtli and bloodslo.
Rtitntz-5 nnvviin at.


soon


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Eaiedello -ap-tlista ...promoter jot
S-"l:-: ha: bees- in the .city :"g"
the pt week engaged In int*estIM g
leveland capitalists a it hm
SoAb eai control of he best smso ne
odain land : in he Satndir h Is
m ha tea ld ofhe pojet
and a company will 16 fomisd at o.we
and capitalized t -00 The land
in question consists of l5.000 0a8*a I*-
cated I miles ifom .Hnoiol. -

b.. .bS XoTi'3t is Sprdl
*Yi at. Oc~t25-A-dioss received
hepon ataoe ae.ay that the
Iiblltu"yement among $the Tacks is
s Seditious placards have h
been discover posed in difftreut
pas o cithe ty antthe dimappearana
i reported of several Sofuas and others
otabili Ta gvermen is mak
n of trouble.



Carlisse will leave here tndai fir



iit oringto onNo: for the. r.

pooae stf "ig hif a for is uacerda


pres of froit in LondonA ad the l
was eryr severe in the north. ow
felU in L-naaohirem oAnd- r pIt=
througout the iland.




SAVANEAWt Oct 4 -dltt sr4 t t
opened at 4% bid for wwnlar ga iac
upOrmted. "and rmr boWinm a t to
Rtsin firm, atan SA vaic onitim'n
aem., none reported: estipt'JMe w'3
F_ 2i.8714 !G. t i-W : Lt
$1.75: 32. .S: N. $i* urladowls UptpO
W rtarxiOd. Octa--oia rat .

SVAL -fr.. ff at 41 t e tB11
{^ ^ hA). *gQ ,


61 Johnhesnut-s mule nia- d a l^t
lively fr a time on the. sou'o t or
'nor of the square yester-day morning.
~ : -. .- .
Q. Means of Spartiitbiurgj id3.4

EVinston, was in-the city yesteayg
Mrs. 3,i ^ Haisley of Ocala,~ wb
has been e guest of Mrs. L. C.
Jc sewMay, returned honiyes-.
terda3: '* /:'*;- '':' .*1.


S olowaysa aoneo
the railroad companies-wilI offer in-
ducemet for the teachers' excursi
to Atlanta. He has tried every line.
RSleir denies the report that he
aa rnted ihis store in the Exchange
tllg to any party. He knows
definite in regard to the pro-
-Y -7- yttt a B b i .-'. p :
(il and Mrs, P. Edwards retired
yspa Nfrom New York, Phila-
p Baltimore and Atlanta. Mr.
nG rs.. T. B. Stringfellow retroo(
with them as fta as Jacksonville
^aIUrrve home today. Mr. Edwards
that the party had an excellent


The grasshoppers are proving* very
Serious pest to the farmers of the WAu-
Saecon. The situation has ..be-
oomieOlooina many of thetruek
rmerjs fear that they will not be able



+ii i ri+,a .-b a
toraiseacrop thiswnter. itis ia.
possible to raise ftlants, evsn after the

wen awisy daiy. I d t

County b mis~onero Wood and
nnedy,, th committee appointed by
the board to look after the WoM4rc-
tion of a bridge across CM* B iireek.
Aeifthe city yesterday. The bridge
lear*l y completed when the ques-
tiomsof pbtructiag a navigable stream
wasaised, ad te received a letter
irom Maj. Hambw of St. Augustinet
who is in chariof the corpshof United


States eng
of hemi I
wi 5i t
August..i
writer of


iia


I Js blood and
~y making yo afor
A i your- discrini-6
ofth above named
S. V. DUKE,
Al-ways at your service.
Baby Is Cotting Teeth,
d use that old and well-'
S y, Mrs.. Winslow's Sooth-
for children teething. It
t* -child, softens the gums,
n, cures wind colic and is
(lfor .diarrhoea. Twen-
a: bottle.
fr. 1 K. Power, secretary and
f the Corinne Mill, C"nal
4 Co., of Corinne, Utah, in|
aki of Chamberlain's Cough
ys: "I consider it thbeistt
the rket. I have used miany
Ads find Chamberlain's the-most
.d effectual in giving relief,
d n keep no other in my home."
hen bled with a cough orcold
e thj remedy a trial and we assure
u you will be more than pleased
ti th esult. For sale byzallkdrug-
3ts aw medicine dealers.
B tibe Old eltable Route.
The'C. and P. "Old Reliable"
Uld ie its friends to know that
Is ise shortest and quickest route
the~ taexposition. Their agent
aarrge boarding accommodation
allies to suit, thereby saving
Oem trouble and annoyance of
me up on arrival in Atlanta.
ily running trains into and out
on grounds. Don't buy.
where until you have seen
-he as to rates, schedule,
are:-On Tuesdays' and
89 for round trip, good for
!every day, 512.40 for round
for 20 days; every day,
roud tripgo d until January


Drink
IronU
agent.


Bismarck Whisky-Blood and
hess.D e, sole
S V..Duk, sle

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;WaHA-- Oct.i........,i
W.t-Deom. .........,
Ooa- .-May ,....................
oa .October..................... ...
OAT$-May............ ,
OATs-October............. ? ^K
PORK-JanZ. ...... .., ...
Laan--4an -. : .
PLOa-Otober ....0......... :-
BIB;aL ................ U..1.



WmOOB -:ttB ....,...,.^.^:,+

PB::! a. T,,o:a



cured her and she says its-a hi
life. Mr. Phoebe gTger :
esty, I1ll, was told hindodu|mp
had Cotrd wmumption andh t
noelshope or her,n bought one btt
King's New Discoverady in tiw
cured her and she says it
life. Mr. This Eggerls, M I6 h
Sat. San Fanllcieso,. rgSae -
dreadful cold, approaching .
tion, tried without resnt~ev
habithen bouht one of mybot d- 1: ;
King's New Discovery w an-.,intwo
weeks was, cured. He -is :iB ij
thankfuL It is such result
these are samples, that pros .-.
derful efficacy of this al
aadoCughs Colds. -Frew- A.
at., W. C. Wallace's Drug, StC& Veg-
ar size 50c. and SonibO. .
S- OTIC :
I want every man and Womeaain, Wi-0
edStatesinterestdtst heOpIumafair
habits to have one of MY boof^tljjPWdys
eases. Address B. 3.L 1W(O LA UA"S
Gax Box 380M and one will be 5 i ?


lfm. A.


aiteisd. it jestenire on 'a:-

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4~ortor~


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DK.ZNR tjr

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Rap Sans- UQVA3R*^.^ 1"*,:


.e-Them.orinqui Mrs8. M R. to-aSo
Mai" "W a7-1-..#i.i,- sh....ted for Casta
th w haw been om1lied e e s thoe 'l1ac to bu,
; nneady W'ill go to .St. 4r g I ^
-today..to cossuht with ;xese garetem CxshkV 4 :,
the mt Y-:i..llfind ...

down-in the southwesern C 'Berla1:.1EiSye and SNin
e ttese t'_ i me ago, says-. N
hl ereditorof the --b
.terp..se. "had an atk Aea cure forOH % stam4Iine3
HV ing heard of C ettt $ t Rheuim, 8a dHead Old
Cl Cholera and Diarrha so Fever So0e1zema, atpricSthat w


jZc ~ ofsesaelenord t.I"tepae
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jmeadonp
:+ .'could
aponehM
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Ep, ann;
ke. % An


at the
Gola
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irt- :


ioem


a onroor
red, adatl
ne tham :
for. Asp
Jsiorme i
lnsnreert
b1 t~imA


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tends to poo a e'iw" p JiSI

te r thanothersAndtti)oI: i n
l esseni~tirp, by -p
adapting the 'rvodl.tH-
tIe needs of physaelitl
the value Q!_atioft i.|B"
hIxative princples a ift
remedy, Syrup o. Fi
Its e-xcellce is duei to its pese'tig
in the form most acceptable andpilss'-
ant to thie taste, the rehinga
benefiiaal .properties of a per, lh:O -a
ative; effect.a cl^eafd^nsing hsth
dhisellng colds2 heada(ibs an fevler
a~nd penaaa ly ciruiag~s tio
't hs given satisfafitioi to ani d-
net with thbe approval of -edicPl 6f
profession, ca it acts on fe Kidm -
neys Liver and Boweitlihou t w:e a
eaing them andit isleA yfieefoa
every objectioal sustane.
Syrup of for Vale l&i
gists cin 5O fUc builtitf islmaw-

Co. only, whose naispiuedne
page, also the name, Sy0 of
and being well infortied, Ou lw,!i a

a*?ARKEV


iBy of einker= a t



and Capeaimade to order,
jOur SeaT edycimtg ^
eqaied. Bend foresthi

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nade by the
seeture the e(e


Sis one or te o0140
ltthoogh 'ait a
I truthtttly be said
It should 1w replay
are nin eU wthe 4


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be
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I li^to~eaB*short tinme since





| tvid ev without-emay.
t o izsiio are absolutely i
: ^_ grwth and pr4operityV

W
o etiA W"a:nwD of an# imbport-:
anc aftoite.tbe. without them,
r {u"ai E ianwao eniidable efforts e-
lng iq to se Biasreditable exjibif
ori odue-tsf< -thiscity and county
lAtlanta aoz ition. Such an
S bwoueld dobtlesp be of great
ed.all the aious interests of
thi tion. Ar ell organized board
Of h a eBuius6 Men's associa-
Ild. secure such an exhibit with-

Ini alu e is worthy of appre-
,Clat4r anthosee who sacrifice their
timwO behalfof the public good de-
Li servredifor their enterprise, but
rd i &h organization 'more can be
ac listed in a day; than cane
S rt by a few individuals in months.


l means let us have some kind
iog 1n1 .to promote the in-
Sthicity and county.
onderful advancement aeeasily
citizens genersily will
it -morepublic spirit and enter-
Whj iOtdo't?
fM COMMENDABLE.
matter who :strives to promote
blic good their efforts should be
I ated iMey invested in ho-
atorS, buildings. of every de-
|ionil lands for the purpose of
bveiedt, will certainly prove ad-
Igeou-woth tesof the peo-
rths -state Mr. FiaWler is enti-
to untt8Uated ^,rale for .the enter-
S-e j d~a 'isplayed by the
Dditure of idions of money in
Augustine and along the eastI
of Fida.'.Hei must have faith
ieivfitaireL this state else he
Ai not have placed so vast ,a sum
ildings and lands that cannot be
:-. The sam &can als.wo be
of F4Mr0.Plant,, wh has



lylM^^^^^b~l millionghs


p~ 0 0. d ? : :.:--d"a5 .. .
ge,-in le d
; ri~h~torth sae of C~fRarI~
--alulls -. + "almt- yh oranes and lemoe-: -
7":''-;' ':i l:: *' thL' direct teoh e o fbi bin w thnofugh
,^-::~ "':;-;p/^:^ j wi E e commit mion me as has been hereto-
.e :sr ay that the exebannge
nta eanterste nTimeros + wboich F. rep.C ents 60 per cent ofy the
atin thle Cm| pu t Tur ey reg o m- growers, will establish agencies in all
Couny..all.-" of thi e 1of the 1,r cities, in order to dcistrib-
'tis.idi tan ainut eii-b the ir .ut and th e:Old
| The suar cane crps tbnghouh t method of doing business will benbol-





ledo, 0..
Tex"as reported t oo bp---
A camp of Confederate vete l ,s will .-., ii_ -ne
le a s r t We offer one huudrtd dollars reward




ieran ix fedtin engthe[ .- ." nd ueu ,a'. e of the v syte.
Sfor any ease of catarrh that cannot be
The sugar cane grown in. ib da cu red by Hall Catarrh Cure.
this season is unusually large, o ne and p. J. C ENEY&Co.. Props.,Toledo, 0.
jiy. f .We, the undersigned, have knon
Catamonts are numerous ad bold F Cheney for the last 1 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
in the Turkey Lake region of fOrange gbusine transactions and financially
county. able to carry out any obligation made
It is said that not a i4ngle fr b bmy their firm.erre th
t s hterpil- b gWest& Tux, Wholesale Druggists,
lar or bbU worm has been.see.n Leon w Toledo, 0. Walking, Kin nan &
county this year. Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, To-1
ledo. 0..
A young lady in Palatka eently Hall'.s Cat frh Cure is taken inter-
killed a monster rattlesUakeieasul,-Inally, acting tii.eetly upon the blood
pingsi feet in lenyth.t and mucousr rip afees of the system.-
ing si, feet in length. pi 75. per bottle. Sold by all
France is reported to be aboft ready druggists. Testimonials free.
to levy a duty on exportation |f phos- Cart!e' Blunder.
phate from Algiers. Little Ca mie had been instructed to
The Manatee Lemon complnBy has leam a Scri~tnre vesse with the word
sent an orange tree full of fruii to the! good in it. -Accordingly her parents
Atlanta exposition. taught her, -"It is lawful to do good on
the Sabbath day.
The Olympic mountains inmi Wash- The little maid repeated her text
ington are illuminated by an, active many times softly to herself before the
crater from a volcano, beginning of the general exercise, in
which all the Sunday school classes were
Enthusiastic crowds greeted the to join. Then, when her turn came, she
president at every station on hi return sent a ripple over the audience by recit-
trip from Atlanta to Washingbon. ing, in clear but lisping accents:
I "It is avful to be good on the Sab-
It is stated that early next spring is ay l to be oomp thio ab
i. s bath day. "-Youth's Conipanioia.


work on an extensive scale wi] again
be commenced on the Nicarag, canal.
A woodenware factory will ao be
started in Brooksville which 411 give
employment to fifty or seventy-five
hands, .
The Chattanooga Tradesm.i .con-
tains favorable reports frum every
direction about the leading tres of
the south.
Guava bushes which were cut down
in the vicinity of Leesburg by ie cold
of last winter are coming ot and
growing finely.
The general condition of t south,
as indicated by reports.to theBLti-
more Manufacturers' ecord i, t ue
to be very encouiaaging ..


iake i


Rattlesnakes
Ciity and vicin&
ceoiled-u fl^BJ^


J-t
rcond itions

s In some conditions -the
gain from the use of Scotts
Emulsion of cod-liveroil
i&rapid ra For this reason
we put up a 5oc. size, which
is enough for an ordinary
cough orcold or useful- as a
triad for babies and children.
In other condition, an
must be slow, sometimes
almost imperceptlAe.ealth
can't b built upin a day
a Em "a -
Fori this Scott. Etsioni
mGust be taken
mei; :Kfood ratber ^aui


ha. .wr ~m.ww JI
sbsmltk.. ItwUl sum
u~~k


-art$". -asa


orit ao awfwht

~6 vmM.4Z.- mnL

ca" w bw onei AJID a gmil I
Vsana rwltoa T-tihong 4m0M o
C~6 ariasIU CMttttp~tto mud ?tfy.
Casisrhfrallm
Cuark pfi~alts &pod, regulate. t. resmAa mud Iis,
gly^ Aesthy md usturmiA^ >
Carter i put gp is em-as bg ou)ly It'ta we said, in hulk.
Pua't .1w ay oBi pisueny gt

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VA, 0-l e '.1
1ts ob-elive .l progress,
rec r e-efmct than t churches
m~foace BihaaulAmskit a

lung to build a- church, ad vance
uae of religion and pr'omote the
al welfare of this city. -
ary electing pe knows tt

rlie 'k ^ l-

i the paths -of.

~ W &r~Uttt thoun _'
government, and


lgnxt, the Baptist

pLvto^ isums
sv bwh oia 4 the1







tbestmte
I and aOk ort m f aiding
lU which Is paruinount to all









. ..e. iB _.estate. -n..
*thsiat it 1* S~t wnderful

&iowlng questions:-

4. Mnf deae or W eav
^^F^eiltt suc a publW body






sbadlontinfe tau, p ra but,





he doubted h:tml. itmrfctka


fori

effor


ier, -4d ttedt all over. gWIl
mad -, porous homes. It re
a o transform swamps inD
nda that is just what thie
ssoe."and a few years age
Leg and jungles existed1ta now
d -d- the best sugar cane and
Dcing lands in the county.
--owes much to this eo*p-ay
eat work of development and
Mg, and the company should
universal encouragement in its


* iAUONY DRSIBABL.I
The'aSt4lChronicle recently con-
talnedl an excellent article upon the
politll situation in -Florida. It
breathed the right spirit, and bore
mbundQt evidence that its wording
was dated from a conscientious
`tandplEM Q Its advice to the warring
factloi .of the democratic party in
Flori itf heeded, would bring about
recognion and peace within the
party, olidify It& organiaftio0 and
wrangling and discord n the
future. A return to old-time purity is
what needed t. restore confidence
and respect, do away with,, all sensi-
tvens.and jealousies, and bring to-
pgether a peacw tul basis those who
have, must be regetted by every
demoora, become estranged. The
Times-Itona, after complimenting the
Chronicle for the conservative and pa-
triotic position it has taken, says.
Every. democrat who cares for his
party or-his country must admit that
this ad iee is necessary aa well as
pa-o. The democratic party has en-
gaged in unseemly quarrels. These
quarrels must cease if the party
ia tofulll its mission. How can they
be ended? Not by a mere assertion
thabt one faction is entirely right and
another ntirely wrong. All questions
of difference must be submitted to the
!ecQratie peple for settlement But
thisqueson must be settled- by the
-eople, not by the "trickster, the
demagogIe and the political boss--all
bound in one." Let nominations be
made fair next year in all the coun-
ties. Leti every democrat have an
Opportunity of expressing himself -by.
his ballot and whatever the decision
may be, it will be respected. When-
ever the dWeofbcratic party regains its
old-time purity it will regai its old-
time solidity.
TheE FortMyersPress says there are
laden with delicious fruit asit ispoSe-
Alile fthi:.e to; stand- "up u. er, and
| rJa fruitteesAre.aBd-dw with-
-a 0c -.sitesof fitW- each- fruit the
Tsi of anmilw This is where
Sava bee Wf-wa-.Y cared-for
m the p W-0st tof yars and some
^^ ur .40-dye a morevly]
with flruit that county^ *:'


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cow ordinance ..
council. County Agent for Sale of e a n
November Ath has bfn IiA !*-T
Cuban day at the Atlinta epo on. nn M
Cuban sympathizers arearriugmgfor lMUUI UUUUinstri nta t
the speakers. There wll promi- Easy payenwh e 1
nent men from all over the country on A full and complete stock 9f Hyler's
I the program celebrated candies. -_ _
Asthe proge tofam recent the Agent for the world-renowned Water-
.As a resUlt of a recent 'ABiry the man fountain pen.
province of Puerto Princid fallen All the leading papers and perodicle.
into the hands of the Cui insur-e
Agents. General Maco defeat aI ar e Mi M ss TebeaU- -ll llgll8
column of troops, the Spaniards losing l
800 killed and wounded. B oa-nff d(k
Information from Spanish sources is B toiagdIIJ n W. HYDI 0SSs
to the effect that the lnsuients are
5 freely using the torch. The-havede-
stroyed by fire at Hato Nuethe. ail- Gainesville, Fla.Fur uoe 8i ofr
way station and twenty-seven other
buildings including a church. R ens Monday. Sept. 9.185. rite for pects
The Florida editors met at Jackson- 17da3 g wanted. -..w-
ville, postponed their business until e'Y' W'"1 1Y
January 19, at St. Atgtine, and ato ont- fira im oi -l---
then with their wives and d&aughteir We Tener Teder a
a....We Te~er Twde i1.t r et-
batook themselves to t.ih Atlanta to oureustomewmB the.ftmb .est, sweetest
sl ud julewttobehad. Ourmuttoits sold
exposition. The associatlis to be as mutton not a spring lamb.
reorganized, its constitntion- revised The Lanb Coste More
andweebargeseacordlngly. Same with
and a general improvement: made. adef-choice o uts are sofd as ngy. o
beef---holte cuts.are sold- aso
The world's record Uor railroad lThey L ?Use UstUom
speed over a great-distacewm broken -ever gaid t- arantee our
by a special train on the Lake Shore try tobejustweh see e Makesa Specia
eople keepW 10.0 oa". et O h t
and Michigan Southern railway, which mustbetr. th they ke
ran from One Hundredth tsreet Chi- todObufinelaaettatetto Plans and Specific
to Buffalo Creek, Buffa, dis- J. M.I D'ELL & CO
tanceof 510imiles, in 481 mitmtes and Factory foot of Wes
7 seconds, an average speed )t-663.80 p f O l
miles an hour. This time includes l .. .- .t
stops.
Arrangements have been made for fM
the assembling in Atlanta on Monday, -
Oct. 28th, ofaout 1000 offieers and HAMPTO
employes .ofthe Plant system. Monday
being President H. B. Plant's birth- South Side Square-
day, it was selected as Plant system oier B ck,
day. The officials and employes will .i |I l in
meet at Jesup on Sunday night in | l| ; niy Fr ls Ln
time to leave there vi a s al tran J nly FirS ss C
at i0 o'clock on the Sotheria way, Crockery and Tinware, "
which will put them into--Atlanta rompt -
Monday morning at T o'clock. iT
Isaac Wall-of Waynesville, Ga., wasB "
killed while trying to save his dog.- l M b P. V
Thedogwason the tkiefrotot Q V61YI
anapproaching tin.--Wall umped. t -. *o ft *,
enrowe byo go at Whe lowes
ca .i ght it- -a pied it o ch price, sell on thesame rule, and d
ditch. 1BeLQ de cou1&s&^y t himself: -
the train -hadsftruk him. A-gun in, Ge us one trial and yon will be
his hand was disharged, the load hit- r tt- C I p L
ing the ez.ginet healEhl. Wl ls -Gi 'M e
body was tak4.eio.Bnswick, ^(dog c produce.
accompanying his mPstAs^'ins ., M lUII & W :': '$quan
and howfing mourufally a W-" way. _


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F Wilson................. Commence ai.SW cor of D.W.Johnson.s
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10 ft... .... . .... .ion .oi ..f.. ..................
P eW Corr.................... Lot OBu4nde south by Magnoliertstreet
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I A Errickson....... .....Lots 7 and 8 B 3 RK Doig and Bobert.-
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W B Saddler............... Lot 9 B 11 11 Doi 1 and Robertsons addi-
Gus' ..... ertion toialinesvile..............
C pHeForb ...................Lot SB B Dot1gatd RIoterig s Raddo-
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.MrtT LWi.son................Lots3and4 BR 3 Dolgan4 "oberbo's
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I!.S M~an ......... ....Block 4 1ess iota lhand 14 Doar and Bob-
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Gas aIpple...................6 oI S4 of lot 15 B8 B IDoig a"d Rob-
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TrhosJohnson........,.......i~3.4 of Nleflotl5B8 B 1 D)o)g and
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0 W Ferre .. .......W~oflot 4 B S R-per's- add G'vlie
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1 9 5 14 W l ias......... .......... NE of _E of rSE "'';";"" ........
43 19 i% Unknown....... ........ N of SE'...4 ....:^ :...........
7 10 19 22 587 Unknown. .......... .. Sw ofSfc^...........;...............
Abbott. Denike and Gardner..Commenee I6 east of 8wor and run
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0 19 5 228 SE cur of Chaplhn' land lien south 887
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J B Wl1sdn .................... Commence at I'w eor aasnun sauth 1160
8 10 19 8 ft[eae2 26 ft north 161.It and west
96287 ft....... .. ..... ~. .....
"P F Wilson ... Lot bounded north by --inan and
S. wo _by Pardue south b. public road
^ B~~l'.^, ~~and east by street... ....
S-10 19 1.70 E Lxyourne..................Commence at 8w cor ofN and run east
3 acres north 11 acres we 8 acres and
,' ou 1 acres t begln ............
t> E syourneo...................Commence at NE or of hot 2 of 83 and
r~n west 2160ft sout M307ft east200 ft
I~~lg 8 m W~~tiandnorth 207 ft. .....+........
i 1 E A at.. .............. Block. . .......
1 1019W SPtdue.................. Nw oflot2..... ." .. "... ..
JG.ulnn.....................Comnmence at NE cor oli run'west
3919 15% 8 7 200ft soth307 Ieadt I and north
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M6 .50 5 J~uton...............Comnnltea800ft west of or of lot 12
19 10 50 53 r .IS and run north 815 ft wes. 140 ft sontu
1 812 ft east 340 ft. Also commence 90 ft
19- 19 40 4 1 W of SE cor of lot 12 and run N 238^/ft
W140 ft /4t&2 & E 140f lst om cor 0
t 10 19 20 142 -- ft west of SE eor of lot Band run west
1019 20 14 .. 40 ft south 78 384 eat 140 ft
1019 40t 410 0 and north 7884 ft to beginning...
10 19 20 .217 Pnkney Sumption........... acre in lot 28 as described In deec from
Mary Story to P Sumption of ieb 1st
!10 19 68 8 621J le n o no ...... 1893 en ........ .... ........... .... .....
1Jese Ante Johnson......Commence at.NE cor lot 18run E 615 ft
3919 40 52 north 248 ft west 115 ft and south-218 ft
^10 19 20 2J URWillilamaon................ SE' ofBl...........
', 19 i 20 1l WV W Conner................. Block 2 leas a strip granted "t KB for
::;:tl.0 19 20 2317 -riglt of way ............ .... ;
^10 19 20 117 Unknown ....................A strip 30 ft wide across lo22 as describ-
ed in deed recorded in deed book N on
If10 19 TO. 7 pag s 262 and a8S..........................
-1, 19 20 27 BJ illiamson....... ..... Commence 15 ft from ceetre ot RR and
1 19 2) 217 run west 25 ftsouth 280 3t east 625 t
10 19 20 217 north 280ft in NE er... ....
10 19 26 21 S FandWRRCo............Commence 30 ft westof Johnson Che-
-10 19 20 317 nut's lot and ran west 2ft north 210ft
east2l0 ft and sonth 210 ft In SE cor....
10 19 40 2S7 JAMeador...................Lot14lessthatso~d.........
18 19 20). 37 JH Jarva .,...................LOtA a, dG...................... ;'
W H Mooty.:..................Commence at SE uer of lo w ,ne d by X
10 19 40 7 FSeagl and run west Mft north 262
10 19 20 370 f east 168 t and south 2ft---...-......
10 19 7 .17 JoEUlisonB.................. Lot bounded north oy Tom Robinson
"east by Hamilton south by Beattle and
0 1O....... west wes by Buabton and Sheipard.......
.Lot 9 Falrnel ........ .o... ...........
10-19 100 674e WtH Folk ................... Commence t W eor ofBiR1andrun
10 19 10. 6-7. ea~st 200 ftsouth ift west20o north 50
f t also that part of BIB2 commene-
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1019 IOS 200 ft soath 200 ft west 26 ft north 150
ft.west l75 ftandno0rtef t~laoB 2 R
I_, a B R2B andB 2R3 1a........... .
1019 30 1635 JHJarvls..................... Blok ad4B4adblcsandB4 Bi5
& eblks3 &4 ES &btks5*6 Bl &blks 5
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and blocks 5and 6r6UadG blocks Sand
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10 19 295 1746 e< and6Bt inL'Enuge addition,Gainnes-
7 v ille ...... .... . .. . ..... .. . .
10 19 5 283 OJ-Mot.....................BlockaInl ad5 5 -and BKi7 L'Engle
30. 19 1 8 17 SdAittlonGaIdl .e...........
10 19 16 2 r4J A Carlsle ....................Bloeks3and6RB 0).... ....... ........
-, 19 1588 Mrs .1 ..Rai.s Nw'- of Swle4 s l acres on sooth side.
S10 19 41 Sza Aachua mpco........ LotsX ,5,6,9,14,28, 83,34
1 19 40 3 -. 38, 1,7 S26 5 .
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BaIrd and Eddans........... 7 inclusive xoept los 0-, 81,
C.. I...... .... .,s(-394Haaplatvlle..
Et C H Hall............ ne20ftaorta of w ,or of OK
Brogms' lot amirrunorth100ft east
lOlftonfth 100 ft and west 100 ft be-
tweenOak aial plat and F O and P B
st ,H Ba....part of Gainesville not platted....
EstC Hall..............Commece on west side of University
street 850 ft north of railroad land and
ruji west 10 ft north along street 5S ft
eas' 160 ft and south 50u UIainesvilll
notplatted ............... .. ..........
Est Wm M Rumery..........Comnruswe4S it east of NE cor of lot 1 ot
Miller's addition and run east 201 ft
sontkISS ft west 201S ft and north 185
ft Sw- aine. !lie........... ..........
Mrs S A Gardner............ Comteence at 8E eor of Langley's lot
and zn sout 2 Rft west 461) ft north.
I a -fii ,0i adeast400 ft......... .......
F X Miller................... Lot bounded south by Magaolla street
iw e -bo Awedondo slre-t east by
l ~~Caw~aUl and Biabcely and north by
!_ .Carl isl.. street...... ...... ............
3 A C~rlsle;....., ............. Lot b north by A E Thyloreaoth
\ 'by.Maoiollstreet eastby A T ar-
i " II --ieleait I west-by T C Edl..............
Eat Mrs A T Carlisle.......... Lot boluded N by A E Taylor east by
Afedotdo st south by Magnolila st and
we e -y J A Carlisle ....................
Avern and Roux............. Lot aSI-oiclough's addition G'vlme...
W BOwens .....................Coamweo tE of 8w eor and run
north 80 ft east 924 ft south 1320 ftand
wes 9 ft.............................
George Glass.................60 ft ta ad west by 106 ft north and
sou&ainNW orof B 2 Brown's addl-
tionIOlnesville, for 1895 and 1894....
Henry Fleming............... Lot W0it east and west by -J0tnorth and
south in RE-cor of B 1 Brown's addi-
tion,........... .
C LFildes.....................Ctiomnence "tN E cor of 8%ofB2and
run ounth 120 ft west 200 ft north 130 It
v L K^ i.. asn4ast to beginning...............
Mrs L K Eli ..................Commeeneeat SE cor of B4 and run north
315ft west 1Sio4 ft south 315 rt and east
Bro n W i ...... .s.....................s........
Brown Withers.. ............. Lot SE ofSwh'ofBlock 12 .
Stephen Boss .:" Commence 200 ft south of NE cor of
Block2 ani run west 147!i ft south
Juiia 147 ft past 147 ft and north 147 4 ft ..
Juia ................. S..tuarEast.of Blo k 8 Brown's addition .....
Mrs S H Hutchinson ..........E oif E of Lot 2 Block 8 Brown's ad-
Sdizfon, Galnesvij e..............
Joanna Harbin .............. .Lot-i NEcororblock 2 Brown's addi-
tieito G'vlele................... ..
Unknown ..................... Lofi_ .20l& t28 ani 29, block 7. Brown's
adaition l~yv le:.......... ....... ......
Hattie Wllks................ Commence at Sw cor of lot conveyed by
JUBrowutoNe Whittaker and run
nortn 100ftesast- ft south 100 ft and
west 50 t in block 8. Brown's addition.
Gailnesville........... ..........
H LSanehez ................... S of bock 1 i-n Nw/ Brown's addition
-. 4amesvllle......
NJ Merritt................... Commence at XEcor of lot 10 aad r"a
south 140 ft west50 ft orth 140 ft and
east 50 ft Brown's ddition G'vflle....
Margaret Hall............... Lot so ft N and south by 100 fteast
and west in Sw cor B 11 Brown's ad-
ditlon Gainesvml......... ..........
Emma Murry ...............Lotlin B 11 bounded north bZ Peter
Johnson east by street south by Fan-
% Jones and west by Peterson and
ithersBrown's addition ...........
Sampson Brown. ........... Commence at law cor of Livina Em-
vasT's' lot and run north 52 ft west
6 ftt south 52 3 ft and east 5^4 ft
,,,RBrowns addition 1' vie...............
Stephen Chiolm ... .......... 15- Iless the Thrasher lt Brown's
a did" tion................................
Magi Owens -...-.of.B.......- o IB les a lot no rf LquarB ald
....- . SE cor of N Brown's add Cvi1o...
SLL Burkhlm..................Lot I0tby 146 ft in Sw eor 4fB4iGville
_ Brsushes' addition GaUInsvlS.......
SL Da0osta .................. -Sw ofSSof B Bnu 7addtn to
G~ai~evite ................. ,.. .........
JIH Hodges ...................Sw o! 2- of .B6 g tie to
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Emma Martin ...............S~fSjr ~ ad2 s~W r
S of BHBruadden oto B ne-.
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Cyna S~rrig.......... ..^ f ^ 11BBrushes.' tf~a
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Kinder..........Cofmaimne at^Jw.-ulwaez ad ran north
+ SB + -_I-it"aI potttthcu east 9.67
bW itb cha west we"& chs and
K- ..... -. t.4,-h............ 27 11 62
.............. In 8960Tw6t cneast and west,
no7 n-, hn and bouh.......... 3 11 3 3
i t ............ ............... a south by
li, U.... LiT~ton enesand rOuthbbyHE
.-. " Peit6K.+ west by Neiman,. and north
'-* : ::+ .- b Be Or t6...+e..+ ................-. 35 11 20V
TJU- o.-. r ........1..S.... fiP,+ 1and.2oflottand lot26of
..+ _iffr, ___ ..,-.-.,.t.-----.... ... .. ...... ..
*s: .*s--? (- ,+ an+~fto vy grsnt.o h ............
,H, t4 .aB ............... .e3gr 7t--.............
..LoM a1 ZtofV lot, l and lot 9 of lt4,,


J. 3V................ Lot S Lev- grntt...............
lat ot7 LUv t.
W1~~n a Huluo Loa 384 and 260otjot I and lot i of lot


Fma ......... ......... Ifloo S of h- t 7, Levy grant.......
JKa Nelson ............ .......Co.mveace 210 ft north of 8w cor of lot
l 18o nt7ndr4iL north 210ft.east2l6
ft ,smth 210 ft, west 210 ft Levy grant
Jj ftroud... .............. In ctitmral part of N %of St of lot fLevy
graAft... *............. .. .*. .. ....... ....
J S Dupls............. ...... Rjfof ok it 4 And 53 acres i Nwcor
-, lot i, Levy grant ...:...... ..........
JOVl Anderson .......1...... 1aer in lot 5 as ,- escrtued in Deed
Boo"- Page 240 Levy prant ..........
W. Pardee...................CaBt c at Eorof o lot5Safnd
Tun Waest 129 chs, south 5 chs, east
12% M JXon.....................W&Lot 1,.8,4,5.6,8, 12, 13. 15, 16T,17,18,
M 25, as. 27. and west % oflot 34 and
:3Boflet SLevy grant .................
Mrs E .etrouer............. :LotN" nd7 o' lot 6 Levy grant.!...
Jim ktlin..................... 1of N+ d Sd %of S% of lot t7, Lett.
n r tW t.ess acres-...............- .---
Ja lla Uer................... 3% of -t 1S, Leitner tract...........- .
Geo JakAon................... _.aeresn.W E cor of lot 17, Leitner tract.
JT MeMilan ..................IO&Ulf&W ,6.44,45,49,71,73, andN%-of
lot. U itner try ct......................
8 AbbottL....................L. 487,48and 54, eItnear tract......
Unkmwn.................. Lot 50, stZner tract.......................
WV J George.................Commtce at NE cor of lot i7 and run
sout U4ehs to lnltihl point, tb u south
to S1r wof l1t, Leitner tract.........
Then est.20 cbs, north 6 chs and east
20 chS Leitner tract....................
D C Pink ...................... Onwesgtnd south side of lot 80, Lettner
tractS ... ...... ................. ...
DCart......................uI.....ofIo..10and in SX f N% of
lot 1 vy grant................ .:.......
Lawrence Williams.......... In cental part of h1 of N% of lot 10,
Lovyirant, bounded east bs Crawford
sountb4iand west by Shiretzs.1, and
north by Croxton, Levy grant.........
Grove and Kleinsetter........Lot in tn 10, bounded north by Stele,
east bdiTvidig line oflots 10 and 11,
and sOth and west by Hart, Levy
grant .................................
Matilda Murray............... Commence 14 ehs wt-st of NE cor of S%
of f a]nd run west 31S4 chs, south 2U
chs. eyt 9N/. chs, west 20 cbh. for 188
aOd 184, Levy grant ..................
J MXanA G K Thompson......Commealbe at Nw cor of lot 11, and run
soul h 6 chs east 25 cbs,t, initial point
Then *ast 10 she, sottth 10 chs and west
10 chu,-and north 10 chs, Levy grant...
L H Johnson..............AlaNw! of lot 11, except 160 acres to
Croxt *44 acres to Howard, acres to
Turner aind 10 acres to Steele, and 163
acres 1 Paul Johnson, qlso 58 acres in
NWjsoof 8wN of lot 11, Levy grant...
SF Mickler......................Lot 2, Fj rmounth sub-div of lot l,Levy
Mu r ......... t8gramt4 "" . ... ., . ..... ..... ..
CM Murray.. ................ LetSRU lv of lot 11, Levy grant......
Edward Johnon ..............Nw% of % being a part of lot 10, Levy
..grant .... .. .... .. ..... ..
04 most........................ Lot 1 orIreyrnoutIVE sub-div of SwY4 of
lot 11, b vy grant;................
C LPeck........................... 8w4of and SwY4 of 8wY south of
iver .+ .^........... ...................... 80 7 21
F Morgan....................N. EN of I ................................. 81 7 21
Nk....o.Io .................................... 7 21
.tA Wlliam ison.r..... ofS of Sw......................84.. 7 21
Mr CB Farrell................................_ 84 7 A
...own.......... ....................... sto( .....Y ... 85 721,
MrJLeare............wY4of and NE4 of Sw%........... 1 811 4
VJa Iolfon................ oS ofNE%................... 2 8 21
A-a..rI .. .............. ..of ............... .......... .... 8 21
C .H B..ofM.94.................. of ............................... 2 8 21
.....o.ff .............................. 2 8 21
CAt ater...... .. of .............................. 8 8 21
G-W a.en .................... Nw of .............................. 8 1
Uniknown......................Swy of I.............................. 8 8 21
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JBrockngton .............10 8
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W o..ne............. -;.. ..-.-- -...... 10 a 21
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AZArnier .................. ...Or acti o inl t ..o .-..w .... ..
IMorgan ...........-..............1 7n Of VZN ..,.. ....., 1
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14i.ndsr............. ........
FR W eL a Ld Co Co... . ... ........... .... ............ .......W
M nHSThozn ................. Lo. l NEwre and ] W and s ofts
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Sarah Buknell L~Of NU.811.... oth.t.W..o..
A U Hmileary &dm estate J j Comn at bE corie Bitril t~ij"26 it W
X Arnold)$ 40 chn 8 25cbe Z, 4ohs. alfo om at
Sw cor and run N 26 obwN ft eb 835
K ys.o ........W......an dW 8.. .......... .......
F W iale m and Co...............All...... .............................
in. ..wn-.......................Sw w f d ..... .B

J L rKelly ........ ........... ... Lot 4 B .............. ... 8








W 7 ar os 1,83, of~u rest ofmr. ......ds.....
C Millerl ............ .........WIo .l o lot......o d...... ..... n .
I M Miller r -.........SEXgodE o wand $w% otSw 3Ss
Harriet Emot;.*.' .......... E% at lot9 East VaatiUton street

n~n 1Winds iort io........... ......... .

Main ast with 9 hs fronting Main
st und lot9 fronting Kingstand lot 10
fonting W hlington at. Windasor....
R F Miller, admstrix .......... .Lot 18 corner:l Malin and Seoi aes,
Wdlbbr... ................
nnH Webbo......f..................Lot4sd .28Ea tMa.n Windsor...
Mrs M E Rosborough..........Lotsland W8ofrner recent &adlots2.
9, 810,18 At 14,1 1L. WA2<. between
WaihQK- onandKinji sts nd lot 0 of
NNoble' ssub divlon, Win.er.........
Sarah B Jnell..................Lots 18, IS, 18 0 North st, Windsor
C P Whitmore .................. of lot 8W ...... ......
L P Hale....................... Lot W ndsor. ............ o............ ...
C J Whitmore ................... W% of Lot SsWtdaor....................
W J Fair ........................Lorts 1,2,3,4 ofrerj o ..18 WimLr..
W B Clarkson................... Lots 8, 4.,s6oteit 10f lot 88, Wlndsor
Unknown.....* *''*..W................ Lot 12 Wlnd7 or o.. ........ 6.
G F Havemeyerc.................hLots 44. ot 4and N. lot 9 B and ots 4,9
of replatt oflot l.... ........... ......
Sarah Gordon... ...............4 acres in Nw corner of NE4 of Sw ...isi
C W DCostatrusteet...........N% andEat 8/ ............
]isS M Adonson..............N nearly oll overflowed less 15 ciire
to McR nsty ............................ 19
S B Griffin........................All andall overflowed ........... ... 9
Urnut- ow n ....................... SE, ofNq ........................ .. . s
Violet Nelson,...................Lot08 _%Od w of E% ( f Nw% of Nw... 2B
xxvf .Amm ons. .................`SS oflot I ......................... .. 2
W M Jones....................... Lo0 6 .................................. ... 261
Zack Taylrv ................. ....Eof NEt of SElessnY of anacre ... 2
Mrs V A' race ..................EY O f *** ...... .......... S
LW M r........................Com Nw crnor and run East aehanles
South 2 0West 1640 ohsinstSouth
Oh West 7 ehamin North 5o0 West 8
chains South 440 West r0 chaus to
initial point ence n orth 480 West
6. ehmM Nort 44 WEast 6 ehaisn.#
South 460 Fats a hSIDns South 441
oWnt-oprctay .........................
Aso on on W boiundary line of..... .-.8j
2 feet south of center of Florida Son
SRand-m n North2O Eastpa
with B R 456 feet -to Initial Point,
then west I the same dlretion 12
fee, -then South 480 West n-1 f thin
67 feetOtobegenning.... ...........
LltleASimpkins...........-..Com at NE .corner of lot S nd r. n
South uU6 chains West SA chain.
North 8"16 chains &W PEa4t4 &Uhatns 2
L A Sullivan........... ...... Lots8Gnd7,beingaPartot the.Adam-
son property........... ................ 8
5.30 aceMe aadewerbed In deed record,
-Dead .eoo. V,_fo.o..l...-.........
131Wa=re&a describe -d In.ddreod
d, ekY,_g&t.... ....
Fla ComerciaCooe ............. Lot 4 Bloc 10 Aehele...... ,
J RZetTouer.................a. Lots 10, and IS idi B + e.,
H H McKay .................... Lot 5 Bochele-..... ,; ,......,
BMRAdamaon... ....... ... Lots 10 ad-11..:,.....
- ..S X A.a..son...... of I N Io x I
Mariah L Sanchez....*... LA o8 GrvftV ^ Pt.. b ole............ .
J0#xiune ..............;..... IA Mauer% '. M oe|0BE4 .
Smnuel Coleman.......... .........
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9090 L e I Smith's add to MIcanopy....
S. .otSSrnt add o tion -thennort oy ei-
amr t...........Erf lot ..1 Sr.th'sadd to icaopy...
t : B ..... ....... L(*R Wit tsadd to Micalopy ......






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J ;a g4,.......S pot ayne's add toInicaopy:.







;: '&'-- d B .^ " .3% of lot 26 Payne's add to Mica ndopy...
+.J+-L i:+ i by Goodwin and west by







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a add to Micaopy
C L t. ..o.... roghtna1 a add to Micanoy...
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Cl^::j" 16 ---".....'. t Sorht a dd to 2 iopy. ..add t.







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:.ifeV 29 .E- t add to Mica-op...

.. .. l.... ........... l aies add to Mie. opy..........
Lo4fUq ae add to Min. nopy.........
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.offi..a..druaouth 5chstoR R,
then ith eastern) along BR 5 chs,
then wst to beginning................ 13 8 21
Unkno0vn ............. a....o.... fS it" -................................ 1s 8 21
Jaires Jones ... ofw.................. 14 -8 21
MackDurham .................SJ. NE .................... 14 8 21
H CAtwater o N...................N W Nw......... 14 8 21
A A Gatesw...................... o.w of NEY and Si of NwY4 of
................................... 14 821
George Minnlchn........ofNE54ofSE.................. 14 S 21
unknown .............. ....... SEofNE.............................. 14 8 21
Unknown ....................... SE 4olSw ........................... 15 8 21
Daniel Williams................Commence at 8w cor of SE1 and run
north 210 ft, east 210 ft, south 210 ft and
westRO ft ................................ 15 8 21
Susan Joiner ...................Commmenae 5 yds on east line of Harris
landin E.ao* Swv and run north 35
yds, west yds. south &35 yds, and east
35 ydsa.........:.... ..... .................. 15 8 21
LavlnaNoyes.................. acre desribed in db book M7,page 25 15 8 21
W S Tlls .......................Commence MOyds from Swcor of SEY
of SEand run :east 70 yds, north 70
yds. wewt 71yds, and south 70 yds...... 15 S 21
Unknown...................... wY 4ofSw ... ......................... 16 8 21
Unknown.......................Sw54of NEX 4anNE54ofNE54......... 17 8 A
TM Oauthen..................S of.Xw.Of SEW ........................ 21 8 21
AAThompson'............. 84of Sw of 3E4...................... 21 8 21
W P Dole..................... EV o N .................. ..... 21 8.21
Unknown ....................... W ofNw ofE 4 ...................... 21 8 21
W E Cushing ..................8E .w... ......................... 22 8-21
PC Minnich..................Nk.. E ofNw expt2 acres ........... 2 8 21
J T Valentine....,.............. 1acreltSEcoro-8MotNkh ofNE... 22 8 21
Wallace Mills..................WWeastl2fVofN ot Sw' ofNE' of Nw% 22 8 21
LucyMoore....................._Fractional partofNE of NE. ........ 22 8 21
CandFElby................... Lotlo. tby_7Sfthi NE of NE ........ 22 8 11
JamesMoore................... Tn8Sjof NWP4ofW/E4................... 22 8 21
unknown .......................Sw ol SEwand $ f w ofSE.... 2_ 8 21
Mrs V A Branning .. ......L.ts. 12, X. 6,7, 8,9and of lot 1,
block 1. and lot2, 8,4,5,6,7,8 and W_
of lot 10 block 2Banning ist addition to
W aldo .........? ........................
Henry Fleming................ Lot50 fteat and west by 105 ft north
and south in NE cor ofbiock 1,Branning
1st addition W aldo......................
Unknown..................... Lot 12, block 1,Branning 1st addition,
W aldo...... ................ ..... ...
Mrs R P A Ommend .......... E% of lot 10. block 4,Brnntng 1st di-
U01on. W aldo ............ ................
Mrs V A Btranning ............ Lots I and 2, block 4, and all block 5 ex-
cept lot l and 11, and lots 4,5,6 and 7 of
block 6, running 1st addition, Waldo
James Nelson...................E of lot IL block 5, Branning lt ad-
S dition, W aldo ............ ............
Mrs V A Br-anning............ Lots 1,2, and 3, and N of lot4,andlots
5.6,7 and 6,9,10 1, and E% of lot 12
and lot 18aqd Eof lot 14 and lot 15,
blo'k 3, and lot ;, block 1, and all block
except low 1r and l and NZ of 1
of rot$, block 6, and lot 5, bloc 1, an
lots S44, -6.7,8 and 9 and NJ of 8EV
of lot 10 iad lot IL block 4, and 84 of
lot I and lot3 and E oflot4 and lots
5,6,7,8, 9aud 10, and W1 of lot l, and
lots 1, 15 and 16of block 5, and lots 3,4.
5,6 7, and E of lot 9. and N3 of
lot 15 blk vk, Branning 2d addition
W aldo ....................................
Unknown ................ Lots 13 and 14 lock 4, Brannlng2 addi-
tion, W aldo .............................
J Greene.................. ..... Lot 2, block 5, Branning 2d addition,
Waldo ...... .
Henry Jenkins .................Lot 14, block 6 Branning2d addition,
W aldo .. ... ................ .......
W H Bowen.................. Lot G. Spaitman's addition, Waldo....
J J Staff.................... Lock 12bloc t 2, Lewis and Dutton's ad-
.dition, Waldo ........ .............
L L Lockling................. Lots 7 and 8. block 7, Lewis and Dutton's
addition, W aldo .......................
Unknown ........................Lots 2.3,4, 5, B 7. original Waldo. .....
Estate B G Cole.. ............ Lot 9, B4, original Waldo ..............
J W Cotton.............. ...Sw and SE!4 of lot 5, B 20, original
W aldo .................. ................
William Jones ... --- Lot 9 B 21, original Waldo.............
Unknown .................... Lots4 and 10. B 2aorigiual Waldo... --.
E J Fag .................. That part fwiofIRSwSEofRR 35 8 21
Also that part of Sw of Sw5 lying in
NE corner of said 40 acres............ 23 8 21
Also corn at Nw corner -NEI of SwY
and run E IPMjtSLS W I W t .....
--6ottobiegOnfntng ....... ............. 23 8 21
ESLever................... Corm 65ftEof Sw corner of Sw....... 33 8 21
And run E W ft N30CE 71 ft thence
northwesterly 615 ft to branch thence
South330W870 fttobeginning...... 2 8 21
iMoIlieWelch..................S ooffoNSw %o.fNw.. I............ 24 8 21
Unknown............ : :.N 1a l5ofXw54.............. 24 8 21
Unknown.........................N NofNE% ... .. ..... ........ 25 8 21
Mrs J P MeFi e W ofSw ofSw .5 8... ........ 25 8 21
MrsMCassidy.................S rofWOr Sw. ....... ......... 25 8 21
TR Sage....................... Lo lMllerid-ad Stuartsubdivision... 26 8 21
WPZe6 .............. '..... Lo.2Millerni Stuart subdivision... 26 8 21
JnoFWelling .................ThatpiMtflS ofN /,Eof u.. ... 8 21
M J Boeock............. .....N wS ...... ....... ... 8 21
j E Campbell ..... ........ ..... Lot l and Stuart's sub division.. 27 8 21
Chas dminster .......... ... Sw AofN 4 8.............................. 3 8 21
saft Wf on .......... .....N ... 3 of E ......... ... 28 8 21
I uown ......................... ^ O g ........... .. ........... 28 & 21


1942
585
585
432


1 214


272
1%PA 142


200
1288
8TO
768
289
$325
152
585
6 86
585
8325
157
120
101
152
1278


1744

3 18
1 92
4 51

318
192


1971
625
3865
451
758
789
1145
635
672
985
235
411


75S
238
941
370
238
152
152
338
411
12
204
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.ow4Miamra sqapnuouk. w jBa we
70 yards nnrth 14Oyards hIIUlJastW
y ards -weoconUnmeMa'kt;l"I corner
Of x oE and ru Bsn t to Pish
lake Iorth 0 chlmIw then aIst to
Mahlake then along lake. S and 8
towhere first mentioned point enters
lake then West 10 chainsSouth 10
chsLandEast lehaina .,............. 30 U11 21
Ella B Mote....................Com16 chs 8SofapoInti2o5hs Wof NE
cor rnn824cha, W8M8tbe,NX24 chi
_..and Easttobegilnng.... ...... ...... 81 11 21
L D Starke. ...................Corn atNE corner of Barnett'slot and
run south 804 chains to Initial point
then sathA 18.78 chains west 7.45 chains
north lo78 chains east 7.45 chains. For
8 -Baad .894...... .................... 81 U 21
8 RThompson................. Sorflot I................................ s 11 21
JD HI .......... ........ .... JA ..........'...... .
Jno S Kirk................... Lot bouin4ndedeastW west boundary line
of Evmstons and north byW-XDvins ....,.. *......... 82 U 21
Alsoltfitn w5of.. .............1.... 1 121
RG Bass...................... Lots 12, asmu wetofEvliton..8.. 8 it IL
Meanes & Gordon.............All less Zacres to Avery and+ Walton
Bros and:iBas ........... ..... ..... 83 11 1
SG and G B Walton.......... Corn at Sw corner iind runN 7 .91 chains
then N4SO E 15 chains NS2- 0E19
chains then N 45o 0 E to .N boundary
line of lot then go back to Sw corner
of lot and runN 24 chains then N
760 RE Ichs toedge of lake then con-
tinue N. E into lake nntil line
cromssenter oft natural drain........ 88 U .
Unknown ....Lota8.6sd7. .......................... a5 11
JH liagood ..........' ..........ComlM6ebsof iNE eornerandrun 8
8.70 chs W N 8.76 eWbsand B6.25
chs ......... .. .............. ...... as6 S
SamlA8wann,trust.......-.W'of8Sw1of8w westofcoA line 5 8 S1 1
BGOrffith ........ .... ....E o ...........ot.... .. ........... 1 9
ZT Stroman..................... Sw4of,83E............. ...... a N


8 A Swann, Trustee......Ni of NZj and Wj of SE of
NE+ anadw* ofty -of "a
aud Ng of SEf .anOd jS"f; -
SEV- and -f of Sw 0* of
SE* and Sw...............
Unknown ............ N14 of lot 5..................
Unknown ...........E....Ei ofE and Xwj of NE .
Mrs M E Boulware......SE of i...............
Mrs ME Boulware .....27 acres on north ide of Ni o
SwIandSwiof -2*...
SA Swann............ Nwfof randaSE ofNwj
west of coutylin...........
.Ned E Parrell.........W* ofISElof_04-...........
WstR J Robion. Lot8 6udi~vlsoii4oflotS.4...
Mn M 0 Bowen.........Lot 8 sub-divhlon ofltS 3.....
XM-m 3F Stovau........ Lot 7 Sub-divisonof Jot3.
Julia Pelham......... ..Wi of lot 1. :I ............-
W HA W P Lawson....Nwj of Sw................
Unknown..............Ei of Swi............... ...
J W Bealing............. North % of wofxwl of M
Ransom Watson........; Commence 2% cbs E of Nweor
of N2 of SE and run east5
chs. south 10 chs, west S, e-
and north 10 019s..........
William Alledge.........I Nw cor of N% of SEY....3
E 8 Gaylord......... Fractional cartsot lots 10 a-"d
11, west of Victopria avenue...
J W Russell............. S oflots 1, a6-a7......
E V Fogg...............Lou% 8,9 and 14, for 1893 and
1894. .........
Amanda Batersby....... Victoria avenue...............
W J Tilman...........3 acres square in NE cor of
XE of tW4 of SE+I.......
FA O'Bryan............ Comme atg cor t o.w,-
ofNEl an-drun west 10 eB,
north 10ch1s, east 10 chs and
south 10chs ...............
A N Wilson ..........E. ..E of SEj and NwY4 of SE.
B C E Whiting ......... A portion of Swi eornmeneinhE
Sat a stake on line runnigwe--
between sectioun. 6 -kn
50 poles wksof.B iR t
Arredondoa t .-aTwet
0 poles, north x "Ies a. -
eant 50 poles and sotth 80 poles
JW~ussell..........LaSwiof8wjt............
Mrs W H Parker.....--Lot 2, % ub-diyid o of lot 4,
Orane HeiBetl ..........
eg M aP........ .... .


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