Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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Related Item:
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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ICE ABET, 4 Cevand for trial. ws O E TEo-beutif andelei gter of
-MCE lscL041) xCBBA.'S wIMI SHOT BY JOE SCEAGGS. TIMpKoVEXTS MADE AND ENTER-'Lord Dufferin, Beatrice aji& Adelaide,
-ACE TO "THE[ITOWS MASHAL OF .CALA, Fla. May 31._.-Saturday ni,. P R isEpjECTED-RELIGIOs,SOCIAIL, are to grace this beautify resort with
P-AC '-T -THE I TOW AHA OF ~,ram o,-turday utffut .ego..T% . ". .
R, AD T -E LATTE WET E bee- thehour of ad2 A zo PO CAL AND PERSONAL P.OIT S, their presence this coming
H M WITH A POSSE. Clark received probably his death Capt. A. -. Paeetti -is prominent It will be reeberd e
.-_' _ 1: .. '* . .^' .- ... . .tiful dark eyes have- 01.ed havoe
1 SXAU Fla.. May 31 _.-A terrible wound from the hands of- Joe Scar spoken of as the nominee .orma: b tf dr e. -., ha. o .
ST'j; Fl- Ma 31.. ..- -n e spk as th --"- nee oe wmm ur.7t
otragedyoccurred ibnttwo miles from in one of tie vilest dens in the city. a;targe of St. Augusuine. th er ofAlrthede
'this place lt nigt about -8 oelock by Dr. IzA was s-ummoned. immediately y Catholicfair at Ferandioat os- Wil an toh i et a n W-"r of c,-j
whic the marshl ,f Staorke, D. L. Al- and aUended the wounded man . l wt Sa atisfaCtOry -~.. E- and The o lad,
v arez, mad PrinOe Albert, a colored Claik had been v.olenttoward a worn- It et, ,n .. n l eLs .d -
.- -. '- - " _L .. .., ul - '-s '' am acknowle a to be t1Wmos-t _a.uta
Maa, lo-itheir -liR. Bumors of all an and bad made several threats a gaaknst we -, ,d thios ,-,t-
witb, lostred their -.res fal in- all:Europe, ancl there- *ill be not
kIlare --afloat inreard to the matter, others present. Warrants .were issued- -Robert Smith (colored) was
and itisverydiu toget a scict r hu and the woman and Officer atLake Citv on Monday for -the rob- a little excitement in the erts of our
t-. -r ,l to g-! a. ...... ct 'fo- a and th. . ... ff ce a ...--I a u ee n., t .-[ of o r
,, ,.tof the i- y the ilowiasson arrested the latter and paed bery oftheexpress agert, AA. Ross, American bels oVer ter .comi.
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--s thdos lausle,- related -by an her in Jail Clark was also arrested, on January 19. _-eyareex-iite"resse.and' their
--<... u.wcA w -eye3wit ess: -- bat gave bond for his apearane-on- o costu.-m.e"ewil.lemre. curist. -
~-e It a h-- Prn. Albert cm dy m . --- AuctioneerJ3.11.Coleman, Jr...sold-I Unlike most ladies, they 1ntw exactly
--'altppears i~ nee Albet-. came-t .daym1U~rUn0._-'-* .wt--in "-': tK- .. ", .-7
_--It. -t,) Pri We..- -.-- , about 600 watermelons at action at Key what is suited to em. time ag
'inwtotownm lat evening. He bfund the -fHe returned to the house and corn- W Irst week, ranging i price wrom they se d totuse t I e d s de 'f the
jmisalm20fr cents to$1leaeh. -Paris house of The,'\er *fki a"d Paris
j.ust shaved- a darkey near hbis house, told to -bave, but kept- on cur-ing and -- risoefe w ,k-an- -a-.
Young Ladies' Fashion l&zar and se-
iwho, he was confident, was the man abusing everybody present. He began John Miller, a bakerof LeeSburg, re-- ,,e frt -s tume s L6 A
J_ who killed the deputy sheriff of Nassau. to pick a quarrel with Scraggs, and in ceived notes last week that the govern- h. w i mount th- o .s -o
i-e d a.- Lm -t onl o, bal o k e et .,He." ynlenof Will -aaonha .ndacpoauy{vho. oI
ety sI ernadina a skhort- tuem ago. the wrangle Serargs shot at Clark three ment had allowed him a oldier's pen-
.I Ae mid he btI known themanftr timers, But only one'ball took effect. He -aonof $4amonthand backpy amount- ."_ .,-' ,o
_,i -- .... - -- ; "--Through ne ourtesy o the voung
was sthuc near the bleft wrm p itt u3-
S The narshal, with Dieputy Sheriff abo e hear lee a it l ul anng o .3 w,- -bea "t. theint l ta
WAInright, co:-- a- pos ef eme, tof fvrn-. -th th upper parn of hisung .nd "he Welana an iverdIades ar ,.he-_or The-New York a"T- FarU Younu |
^ armed wvith Wihesteqrs and guided by taking a course around the shoulder, onlysteamer8Dnwruning SPrince Albert, %ko in some way -knew lodging in the small of the back. The John' btwee Jaknl a a*i-ppear as-fg
: egro wasto spend shot e-ffected his spinal column, -ra-z "ford. The City of Jacksonvile and uTres 3- and on the colord l of th
the suspected aej was to -spend sbtot-efectedbl8pinal column, pIyz-
ht, they proceeded to the place l the lower libF. He suffer Fred DeBary have gone to New Tork June number of this magainne, just out,
was at oe Frank Adam' on the ten pain until elieved by the doctor. for the summer. -- ald for which the publiler has issued,
.. 3 i . .- ..... .-namesoftheA afies,
a -between Starke and Hampton- The physicians have very little hopes ,H. S. Sanfroi. -the -founder of te n o t A i- -d- --.. e- a
rT " I. .. uuu,_ ed of thanig. It isrtir that.the.|
pose reached the house, sur-_ for his reevery. .Sanfrd died at Healin -ate Vn e may follow the-- ladies- t
t ~~-. - . .- omr, l.-- ac -iaopris^ n cein may fOllOW th WOlng -ladies to ir a.peolyged,-Ju-s_ n thsotngw.dne naaewdysie-e .- ... -"--- --!
ita as preiosly agreed, Just as -oon as shooting wa done a. a few days -He-e- -. o Ne thas tmmer Ir ew t orkt
Albert entered shook hands S-erags escaped -through the back en- fiend of Floridaand hisI ^--- nd lart thui Imdieri fashion Bazar
-fu ord Paris Oofn Ladie -ahiniszr
r or m bers of the family and trie an d took to his heels., niversally regretted 1 the p has the ex-usive riht ( *ublish eah
ut to a small varanda on the The shooting occurred upstairs over thistae tJ one or mire of the cos- I
oft building where he foud the .enkins' barroom which is known as t-nei..h..the ladi. Betric a. d.
Lilian~rat for4 0:txorn ahywreoeofnd(~p Adelaide-wifl-appear.
for :whom- they were sea.g. one of the worst bawdy hou.-es in the Col. athaniel Osborne and a p ._ .
'H -hook hands with him and remarked city. During the excited ent after the Hargons' and Ewer's eomanesof tbe, I
a&ledi : -" I. shooing_ Officer Coldride anl Will Fifth United States infantry, haie t- I
"Yoare prisoner." C the latter a brother of the wound- rived at St AUgusine. relievigi Cob- .mI e""
The man trltop~Ushk PrInee off, but ed aman,fel down the death trap stair-, onel Jaekson and baeri G.. and E. of a-Y j, '
Wbe Abe w=s a (IuiilAbe v09tuw Cmkn&-
Prince elun to him. They scuited and amd both were painfully injured; and the Fourth United States artillery, v -ni _.m ii -
f th1ou the .-house toward, t had to be taken home. which left at p m.40. Afladn tsa,G -i
front -door.. hen, tey -reax this- A:tbhis hour:Clark is in a very critck-al
b!^^ Fewe pepl ar --gongwayifrom-'1
pusner ne from hiM condition and will hardly live. %-rags Few, e .e.i ar going wa from
point thee Scr F lorida this yeart, llaa--eu befbre. ^ - -
i. U .- -iU --- -- I-- .. --_ People have .foundat ta.Oursmn ier -. t_ -ume
Winheser rfle,, -ik which he shot f A -TIm i-.| -- "
-hi int(P e )ntht c ha .he w _. SOVTH SEA FEAST. t" ateequals that -ofa o ,- .
hda nimgoi thim. as he(PrincMa 311wA erne statesand that our summer 1 eior-
The po"ea oside-of th .houe- te, w'h has arrived here M from t e Iexcell many. - -- ---i o mf niht' Ii
began firing A the negrOa ndhe at them. I Hebrides islands, in the -,outh Pacit, Thok-ands of i-h are dyin ra t- d ldeis I. L. Alvere..rurning short of art- t bringsadvices to the effect that a- Sate little streteh of Indian river y..r.i. luy. I Love toSteiAwle Awav,
Sries, directed his-sn, Scott, to return I of an*arhyp'revails there. farm, cause by the beavy --and l 6g- 'which has ben the- O.. thou-
t -ttowntformoreammunitionmd moe umerous conflicts have occurred, in -hontined nof rthwtinds.. sirr8tB i-ds of tried nim-o 7
men, an4 he says that the entire party which six hundred natives were killed. fand, kfling them as oysters are some- -Phiebe Drown, its author. -a wife and
. left abou-ti e same time, le vinghbis The bodie of the dead were eatenl by times needed. L. K. Smith of Cocoa. motherlivn gipov<|tyused toatroljj
Sfthtti, 1).-I.iAlvarez. there alone, thevictors._ Ip__ _ked up n-rlyatonof lrge tl away-at-duk to a.nighbinggrore, .
They had' not prv^ceded far before aim~e -<. .othe day. Some had worked severalvesf col tt st a nd i!iv.-
they-beard another shot, which they Visitors to Jacksonville will bepleas-!feet out-of-waterin .searrh ofpre air,] .., put their own,
now st"pposeto have been the fatal one to kn"w that although "li t. .. e .... _- _onsretit u these evening
= .-... "- -.^ " -^w .-- .-w*w*iu^Mc^A. A.ter .amost properous seso the wa-s.I Oneofthela womaan whcw-
The iarty retrned to tow, obtained Windsor. Everett. Carieton. Durl. w .Oe ..- o f t .. .T, a-.oman.wh i
cartrid-es ad more men, returned a-d,,t ndi .u -]rett -otel c.l. _-- s.- ..afterbre aehou. aater joid thie ve. said to r. ,
the negro gout. rince Alb.t hae close forthe summer, stil th~t-I- "- ... wh- ,.i"_.e-- u t",ha th wors: m t-
w h -J .ee "--dd ing a jte a. anawa hotnl The Tvers is -n i up ltheirerev Bum- cfrba a Bone d you more

fifty yardsa hf. the house 'in a h'yiug'fo the re-eptio-" of "uest i .is -,the ^ ^ nn' "re~e Meo t the oru-<
condition, ani. the marshal' h ors -:.toix 1 only hote which s uceeds in making, and . "eein"ane --abode :. at tevenin g sonu rhue and t"
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loose near I the hou.e. some-^ money .-and friends bot-h winter and i next t r That evenng MrstBrown. greved in
.rearh the marshal was found dead ina'summer. Tostrangers we would sa- .s. sp- ia the k fe.-fe wiath bl-let-hole over- his riiht. thaat The Traveler- is not a b-ardinz --- babe and weeping- in she laid the .

eye. the 111 penetrating the braina t--.or a reuraunt with a few rooms A w evening oo tbe rese-e f iat in its cmdl- and
--qui-tiv of which had run out on the- connected, but is a first-class hotel with Pro f. W. WSbal- a b#lkoI into, Sin to her feeling In nine stanzas of
ul bu 6 a .tclS .ue .._h Prf .W hs.W ic a
grtinl i aciommodations for on-huhdredguest s.- while he and Mr3. Shal were attend- w -er, which she titled, "My Apol-
_The I.r was gone, of-ourr. When -you visit Jacksonvi le remember ing services at -the -pe $et, and foa MyTwil Pfaibes, Address-
A- 0.- d lto-aLa ..
A large party of ard men went out The Travelers. several dollars m cash and-.fine l-dv'y -
ths morni i ser_ h of "i_ n, "i -ndi f watch an< chain sto : No cue ha. it S.., eere pae
fotni, he ill be lynched. The town i O' vbeen o tained toth perptYr.artor of "n. MapIng Vr.
"~~~~ ~~~~ haf ye t m~t -few e_-- Ye-MMfflP
in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n a ecio xctmnt vr ttturdayi- about a- rn le anti'al' ~ '''.-- and alterigaeewaoa Yuh
in a fever of excitement oer from .Jud.o. i T. iRtheft. We aginemrk that such chp ...
.e-ery -.- or. :r t ois,.z'r- i _u ,;n in t11h )I._ ITlS.- t 1tv, DI. T.. -.. - -, -:- .-x
.rowds- a on e-ery.-cwr d i -,i-e wh t uti- are teoming too common.-, .- _-_ ______
the tragic +-vent abu"T aud n ohr hothnaobac 'Plant.____
Mr. Ah~rez was year~ ~c"ICArOs-; two hogs fres-hly killvi-ad. :.tC ln.-I o elwa
-z w'- bout 417veari;-o iL____- If you f eel -weak1
-and lea4 a wife and even chilren. the arcea- bearing vvidenc-e of the' no'" and aIr wo--n out take
"--..The -flialar: rt tt sm .al had ben kvour- We .'ffr.Oe -,und-!. Dollar e- BROWN -S I ON BTTERS
T -.h ft"os l ovie re ,the -ta.gnrv.- ing the ho-. they cailAet their dbg- ani w tr a y e of Catanh that can I B TTER
w vith th of t etire_-commuit put theo on the tail. In a li-.ll A-hi- n, be cutred by taking tiaIlr Catarrh . -
t the R*thet. *- a-war-e pnth-r ws eed.CoM it lI -ashot Cure. FLORIDA"
. es -" "-: .. P -..,.,.lazX Y& CO.., Tdod. I Ot
Pcscn to Ethernfntor
-A ureli. was current in dii. city Iast lour tiums rforp fallin. from the tree.- We. th, nder-4zigw.. har-- kn.wn F. i F ,
r ~ s cur en i- t h1"c ty l-
-ni!ght tha arrhing partie, lad loc-ared 7htn.r-.k hm hi and" e .m off.. (. v r th l 1v-ar. -n
Murray. the mturderer of deputy Sherift w hih a-ured ut hrae ii i
4v- ii-, 'th -tma wasit.~ trama t-~rs n iarAlrA~ teinl
obinxou Marshal Alvarez.aud the n-v S lche. 'he aeimaL wa 'aiot ab- turrv ot anv otitaSAn mde --
g-ro. PIrih. Albert.- in a -.wamp nwar e .- u I. r r \l c' i> thi -
Waldo. -Tlhy hald -urn-ok*hl-d him au n ther-en it that localit- ftr ten .(r Wet & Traux, Wholesale its.To- hes. th- ] i*rotfl -Is -' P -it,. -<*
twel The -~~mne iar, -Mo Walhn.iilKnina &f Mar-i I *mnf *i
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prevent #is escape before davylight- 1In- Happy aoorr. Hl.,V-l Catarrh Ctire i6 tAken int -a!- ..
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will run the dei ral o dto iwn u ith i( Nid.. rite-- Electric iittt- ha- rbitK mi -urface-s ofthe Vy-tm. PnOl. V ?, I-T-'.-. :- ?*.-r .- .t ,
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ZCOED, 18864 d'Vd Ap1_
'w vW i_ 3rd,' ik .

i E.RAUiD.T.Jiswv&Anigaxi3.. R_ EDUMS.

J~yB~fis^E. BAIRD,&co.CO
-'We Ki" aFu n ^^u of-

'I IStoves,


-_j0 !JOYI JPaints, Oil. Glass. oarne .
Both the method and results when n I ,
.rup of Figs i en; s a pleasant t an ddler-.
and refi"reshing to the t.Le, and acts --
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, S oiaii^,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses thes-J i --l Atie'..
,tema effectually, dispels &ds head- REFRIOERATOR*, ICE CREAM
aehes aid fevers and e U-s habitual FREEZER-. W.ATER't,)LEE. ,
.wLv,-,.o ,C vrup, o f r'gs is tel SCREE. W1NP, '.'and ofl- -
only remediuv of its kind ever Iro- _. -. -
duiced, pleasing to the taste and ac- o
ceptahde to t-,e stomach, prompt in !
its action and truly keueficial min iti
iefzectsq prepared O() 1ro th4D^ ^ ^l4f
on r from the iroost. il-~oP
healthy and agreea"e sub-tances it
-nryv exeeloent qualities comamend it
to all -and have made it the most Is i0n hateofa 'omppant M aeia.
popular rmed, -- _nd %e are premjrnt to do all kinW- of
ppollir remedy known. 1:4Pl3"^ 4^
o f Fis fis or s Tin alefin's (auttrnn Slwet Irin
Wpofi igs for se m Work. Pipfor Htid( o Wate
and $1 bottles b. al leading drug- iet., promptly and satifetoti!y.,
gits. Any reliable druo-ist who j West Side C-m. t House square
may not .ave it on band will pro-
cure it promptly for any one --i GAINK vlL Iw'LA.-
to,-try it.^ Do "cceptae ei-any!t f

$500 aewvr=4I I -:" ":
WE"I l py-te oreasm- e ay c I FLw NEST CA N DIET -ad
owp'lt14vrpep.m.Sicmn.iw ndntzon- CRACKERS. QEE-_,.WARE.
Aulaa or Cootriew we eaSMt ewv WON* CROCKERYVTEVWARF.LAM M.
Vegeabbe Uverli-is. whena t iUetia"ara -rITr T B
4comaptkdwiTh. TheysieJreijreyV~n ShCVetie4WB^ IT WAs ETC.
ftftto iciv isastsact-B- ftear Ca~fed L~z*t- -'e*"v6
--atain i- -_, ft c.t- Beware of boaIterfoi ISPECIAL-.
sad tmarios. The v11ub so" uft eI M ciy fev
TiLE JuuzK c. WEST c\uMYAKY. MHICA -__------__-- ------ ___-- Mial and O, ber d1icartes. Flne C
I MXea, Fruits And VatM a eta. Mocha maa
BA N i "V& COMM Ia gsTrAnu w, "Etc- ".
I A "VIA WU FI MUL we rut tbe -wn Mv e s e
KrumT a CMi atttO l o~f their p""onvase

=&ugboag 3=111~i
Ijn tl jhe orrownhs eW I
KE the 1t4 IntaIi wII
Weto&Hia S yw ot ei.eti e by 1
I\r 1 lUSVAL VMb &aZsailoirn d IfLf.W3N MLRID

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SS-^S^S0^^,^. ^S Having been entirely and
S^.J^^A2S Ia^S thorot~gbiy reaovattA
S '* \ c^'SS S^^ No pains or exipense spared
" t. .k it FIR$T-CLA$
I [ -I S" ='~zt= _'_i (,mae-itIPSTCL -Sin every resp'ect-. -_-

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-a vpMv !A.Ry-! Ao.-

-THI iafl y se-
yirefrreelef ^r~ i e

: P ad i- -i b*t n.r -0 __ -. e
&ed, Trmaned tt~iany pak Ftolh4 L~n

tasptae fo dfr yar
. muth. u tbz|e ma

-: yn wWt-s d n ad"=va-ee. fo
-eferI, -eaE'rhd every .he.- o -
$uitast Hintwes Zn- Speia1 ^olumfln
,n&aW ir< for every Isibi~enl,|
- ilats for dis mudverti*fneltB IAN

Al al eiu esu "i$ho ---1 _,eid i -' 'exp
midmwl-' versntg bo5r necJae due s
---: -. e o a.nemeiiept.' nr
.at..t Pate
k^tiq.~ter~tFbflibi eq~ie&LO -tpay for
'"**Cyg^istft Miefc2W^ -^- *-
- K~gWEKLYT~ N~tJls^d^ifcf of 1
JrAiLY ft, te ^8-3!f^ ^4ghed4veieyThbarsd*Y in&A|PM*a
Uitenewsoftb4'li wteek, loeal tSazi4Bt E6
erat. Uis the b~es weekly paper pnBa
til Floridia, and wid. be maaited, ^)Sage J
lt~iy part of ibelTntte& 'ateor Caxu
frlOtla yrear-in dvaicie.^j^
SAll r maittan ^iouldi Bemafr by eapi
XMaey order or re:st~ere4 let~gr~addar^

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sory perpieL ^tron' paper, LI O.E
Sthe .-w State B publieamd sheet, has this to say of-thosse itteeman was eAo ttl) Ithe mys-
who organized the third party at Cm-- S31C J )0 aY ^ tleais proeees of nature, wbkh

l- haseed. -. _the U l S .- w -, o e.-ae t e_ ,d-- :e f ,a-.i -" 1 er. Some of the compliation s
tecr. ti 'araerge? he asked. For ar-eneraed t'o
..w h iUdbt h e,"-ed the o oteq -- /..- eis. etie a demand on one I C
onepo titien ofmaitse ttm 1 qf h the- expenseof
oS - ..... .... .- --es -tingly r rep ead. I ,t- -. ".- .. .. "a. g
W,_-b as-evrias-zeinbledin the United Statt*-L,- ,^---1.f v-^ not-8^ Same of the comphcations
~rn the ra
-:was ffia: wh'c elculminated -in, the 6r-1 _. -, -ve-rvlr ^a^-*ai 'byn h.e rlof diagi.~
rin gati -or1 a p'eope- ya:rty-at- h- trotted up to her i, rraton. Itis heretbt -"
lked ,t'invm-ti. It was nt.we far-icaal thi anl"fd h tedt. .--
sxthe St. Louislor'.Ocala eo nventionzk. for pi oti etie nhr ePtnyo .5
Sihe. J-ioor O-ala conv< tio for | adng -A hen lays azW every -- ..e. -v. 3R.. Pa.. Ma-
the reaon -thit-rit laea'ed t_ unity o(if day on an averag,- EveirSa- Ga.. writes: -"We have bee-na Using I -
Spurpose and the courage o acion of jUrday-. - -... i --h- s, m
those a"-emb es"ie. It- was a' medley o '- N- com i and as I N
one malcnteut. oe-iead obi, tin- FrTesh Lit on Arxient es'. general tonic and
- reaoinglla^tist, steadily fortunaten. Mi,.e. sd the hremerb. le.esu"ts rom its use
Lae ---.- -- I Ite-we h,.n excenent
-- - : .#; _.- ." .a5-e t m -ll gs. --~ -- ":tht-he
-born-tired .extre ists. and blat'a nti tiL= -d"- --:.... Ia keeps theblood sopre that e
: .-- .e- -. Tthe ti irse e~raenr. 7.j m is less Tiable to disease. It has
.ter dmagosoo ole enur au ^* -e ofnur' children of scrofala." -41
es lbordere(Lon conmmni-nim in intent. on adtd the ! ariealoverstiBa ie' -. .
Sthe ".Sotuth ea bubbfe" in elrimint f'ic siA. ".:i. Eve tinci Ap mS I Atlanta Ga. -
raiid- - i -- ,, -fu. -S P"S ECnFIC O-, t -l a -t-
and-.onrgTim rule o.- ruin in t ptiupoi;., --<_ --- :-- -- ,-
rHE The main object o)f the.le:idrs of the .e- -. nite of iy. -'e :"/-V' p ; i -"* .="
-er, eon(yveniol was arld is t.o defeat the]- Jen'e-Just th-dink of i t!h ,. L. Et_
ia election of a president by theta people i- .n a natatorium atomzsi-de -f..0zx P?8I'- I L ,
.. . -- - -: --- -J.- .-. -Id 1* xiiu:
^~~~~br 18hrov th -- ele-tion. no ^ ^ ^3^ ^
r ee ] JJUtVtVe 7h c a n o e w e m n ~ c i~ c'as .-sov-l -3e Aa^ ^ ^^ & L ^ ^ ^ ^

es'iupon their platf- orm an Siaraa,^-eoesre yn.tu ^i;:= hg ^ ^ ^ ^ :- -- ...
SI~i '' ____ctia T "lor,
-a c aeir 1t e l r Thev aae t -ie B a a
- but _f ter- bop^_ -.. e. "\-%! I l I
*-^^ -.1^ ri-;*-1,^,1 ^.. ,>^t~nn.D agm - &aL^^'*^-" ^ ^ ^ "B ^ff r vio a re G. LI!" v

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arr!ages, Wagons Carts
r rU i a-s.O -WV C^IF- -^l .

ferry Plow
. - . - : '- *L: -T E .- " .. :


ew and Second Hand Carriages and Wagons d!ways on hand.
: 3Bfepairinii- a Specialty2 r

The t<- woik' ar the lowest p-rices. Factors, at corner Mamsonic ad Bay
reet:L. Iear v-OiTy ail."

-Manager for-

Keeps Constantly on IIanc Full Line of

t2 nnc rnd Fc nn- e r enri ,

- -___ - --"-" -- -; IAJ-- u. 'JUL -bJ~ iI- IA; L~J" . _-W "-- . I -- ..
-. CA-tlT-to i-lA _i sa :..imtA-tn tplank- and the effort to in-i e A -- T.i.l' N% .- ; TO.
TI)^sl^^^^^^of I mL'
-, _171-0--124- - If. ol- i -' -would
---_- .. l I bee adopteden ad fter ted-- -1-1
-Georgi. twho maS- it. w Me :tti,.-d-edi i iteocraoi rI - naoU woui---. i W- .-- -"U""
failure. -Both of .rh lutiz were .- t.i '- .Ili .
well i~ersed o--tile suwb-et eml isf
i--- eliaer .o w ite niIe" s -defeatd by au verwhelnmTin najority; S"e - "I I .I AL- A
ate U~nitdamid -a- tremiendous. ujur that -wU-lne- of Smlso ad
a nat terves. it as lis opi raised. to rown out th oie.f the '- Goo s H t
-fVatJy airas- bjee legally eeted,oD
e te.. dlotf eWlr-u ou. there under; diecontrol of the -ossei, the f "or- libra I-El I'S OLD STA
-k. u, i,- TMr. -" w-d. ;h gi-e-n-, co-. -nventioerwy a n I .. i Ii -*- .- h w .- "
--..Pan- '- -.-a an m"- _i- ..o...- .-- __ .
6 W. o th a*.that, W.. d determined to yell fo.r:- REanIII ll" i

a j?Pliesto letfit 1 r. m leade^^ rs^ S~ ^^^^^^^^^^^Ga ^ (^ theci
.. .Me s a i -r ---_ - a
wI ,~n^of their -det erm ein for.v^ ga t e a 6f T. iA pi pd adopted.
W.. . .. ._ !P r.. -G.. ..,r_ .. . .

I . ----:- "nAFg U I new .-y Ti lV Ri AtlU
|ezio-i~aBa^l^ pft ^The '4oId oth~ yws ^only ^^ ^^ ^| ^| represeBA~ ;atoh 3-, Cdn.oalc
legikiur Z the Fheaty diy ecig of o

..ep aa t e l Thee--- .. da y ENT m. h .- .-
: the .. -__innt-:- . . .r of o.-- .-- aftd ih g ray awe l e G re-h -, h.- -. . -. ad u
Pro Thieid e- f-t mag f T eat, ther I 4 y _

-pr e t~-_ ... I- .e. ~--- .. e K awo-nd ti--rtle leedo -y I-, "- I -
Ithe eau the otthe tihRel prtov =:Xoka, ene thZe _Rakd S TEAS, ACUrAJ ia
-_ i _, .--,, ::-: I ceo Etc if-ru- ur. af--- Ho...
mird amaodl n f bUt i thu- we

ieac h eato BURIe AL fS eoUWUEiStofteI tr, an~~eTt.Sflp^ re ^^ ;^__^^;i<^t11 ~r

:.-/:: ::.-a<;-'._:s__':---Mr. :: '-: :.- .n : t^- i -";* ^. M ( ^ +---.Ii. -, -'.." :"_.-----:-7 .
-t.ea.Ar-: qomi^ Tx heywhole flo-eme is --ro. i SI I{a--. --.. - l..ine s. 1uD .S. com pLe v
-Aerai orders ii~br illree

.. ... 4. .|. . f.n.. -n p r laet the e

^iet C? | .mentxrr ~et gt y is o reen the ______________________i t*C rETK~r 'V
I a - t -e axou x --.untsfatksBanker.

O ww f %b e -= .. -- ---- : .* : .. -- '" -_
tiilt1 I oTha T r&ivza o
4g4ftepn% on all accrel
a aum NM^ rw, Jdayr mu dr~JeRllepd dtwu aWd all

Iheloini Rqar^ ajrty of vl thar rt^blu ti iho* ille the rT lled ba -' CS SS ~ ~ l ^ ^ U K i '- n - a ... .. - -h" -- c-r- c" - 5- m- =-- "If a .elt ee -11 1 a n't h a t - '.y th - "i lV A
w-sI t a h id _. l t frt elit i. 1 weey e.ia ionr the - se ri- a r a tiie- .-a-L .-?T T ) -- wL ---
Iefcs ziLN~c --Tu appea

.. . -- : -w -I "a t a- t m--"- rio a : -- - .' an d, ':- -- , m .--,:. |S I I
- ... t. t I t t t - t.. t. _m ",o o d y ia O- -e r". n h t rE ,n t- ? -. 1.1 ac_ hhf .r t o b- tch a ,o-i_ t h.a II" ? L = I Z _

in$auc tih iebwie soindirdrs otte-T lp~~ ~aans o.3Lrh4h
-., -. le .i h gray^^a i(hi T andotice oradeault ;U" ^ JudHUUI
-. i e ? I r . d d :>wie. ._. . n o fo b nil e m e n o f e v e ry c lim e _u e u r B le e d n g Itchg, ,_ _h r n ic -. ..- .... . "..... .. :-. Sa.- "n-"-" --"-E--t-. _..e.. -- -I- I
t.....1 -_" -_-- ?.- -- bf ---ti- -"i"65Cts$tIR -,d-.,-n j-li'i- t p.i ooBnt ,anr -a
* V b a.- p 9 0 1 f!u d a . 1r i e r _i g .h t i I s tld le r g s h ud c o- d m m e m o r a tt e h. . - .. = - . - i , . , ^ l -- t o n i e r t l z e r { G

:- - .. .. --. -: r '" "... . - _ locllnre us-ce p w itta ord'a l~lce :r.dbyx :" f-- cue--i "cw- ,' --- -
aIie ImI Ia-.d e Im-|_s_<- .. f th tdhie w irandIti frvnttm nthatbe eo. t ... bxed ns o ldoni y- -w.. _Sec .d .ill .-h.. .-_in EC nl!
a yeof .t h la.tnr'ty if othernd-I

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 -VMS-tBiv i~lewfi f^ lh-fro i een v t o a -ief iht* waor m i( am.-nd 1 t at ^? J-^mteis~o^b Su it t^*^- .-for^" the^^^ -r.. -. i'i- ^
.i-. .. . e - .i.. s of.i e A t e. D ANTiW A J. .. Ci t. D g., % I -- - ' 0
" . ... ...... ---: -1 --"l " .. . .. ^li NOTIC l mI.inA-KOK. ll_----:-----^ ----"-"---- "

: -# _-t U t'a* f hn I h. fkel oii o--hroic ptritisi of the ains le. F S mp. fre.. 0- I-. o r l. t l 3 C
WAn S ier- everye Ciiizto Bc6 x~ihr- t4htsi
tbe -delrtto O IeeTHIn fiO

_ f:;-- & qijctIO r< i da y there wl befi 'iw*r!J i n pro-I U-..-- i -- I-, :-I I 1P "- . t .gen -,--throngh t the tare, '4
,- ~ r .!mqu .--: /- .Tayt ~il :_ nu.ffIh ig. Iu up u, i *-- de n pe. R_ U.! a-.- .. ..Liv
'-- h- *t-ae i. 0 t lW PeYCU$C-n eZ- -ftBion fot thh lga.vs ol our fallen I .I l! i- hi-- o a- I_
e-.- io-n ds t : i' n- r there will bimpoigcremoni. s'i -- -_ ~r Liuo s;W i es F- Ofmy-ett-r -r Wr.-
dat- it, the .- --- - in e-er m muntt fron the EaPern E- 1 -- ..
~Telabnie oud-ar joee '' tbthlu~er sea: guarntee fi~e heetn aI

he reslt,l t" .-_ ing ,- ,n7' the I. -. isl"t -el song a :t elqu n -~ xuv th_- erel w'l' B, --- -"-" F." .JOP X.t l-r t l,.I
a- majoity vtug. Th at Wa-a qaftirna. i".- earndiudt silvered v~'em, inm h the ir:, I [ Rum "~n -rnd and skrg,,,do-,iO ,. . "
-.vo .-.d" v .- ... -. . - tb ~ n -of . _- _ j-_ -,ndindl. or-tie . ....trn

a-. d-it. only nequir a maja_ dy. or the f"lded ; there will b ridde. Chronic, .ni, for .d-l..-.._
-- l0d - ai.--u ot ri men hi-tori- name;: there -wilii : --- I --J ON--i--A N
S if nl t of t"- . ty-f i . .- :e t r W .i da and .- Of. t a.wW, NEKT'-h H e.i .$1.0? abox..; 6

-.- s .ll -piresnt--bit ha tote f r, Mr. !! V l. tions-for t- ring, anid all will teaeh ;t_ CAuyaiui n. Nervo. Neuralga S' v". D 1 I.
.w'iull the .tsult-ihve bs u .th -- iune pa-rioti~m-ant p e-ae Nat r in .the. I ,= sa'co w tor,. Waikefunn-t. Mgntl. ,W..
---. L E"I G-O O
'1--ityd kll w old ie, ln cr-0 -i th e -nnnd itisfwher thete are -and- stu iMr- en exhat l--a-.4 mby utm-g n in ..-
ityst ato I-'zdin- I~ Rm-r& eayaA e

K h- would hav- be- i mojorr-ate of the bof t he-xWr Lat i if Pu"i-. : hed le-- iran,, t.. -
Nr Cll eede wa-a iaj the f t.i-~a of the-i bet it~.-~ ~ a .ore or-flhudeee. IFL t- x bwipol:otis'aMtroired hwnT'aer-AIlh

-. ~ v .-."-a -. t -ll be. ungravt-la'fr ,,'..-T i ~t ..=~~~ !f .d ao~ree bo tofaigbam~ jcs 'uitte ti '....... E V I
Re mo on these. Te' f p r .t.h--..eb. .-! .l e. ..8-
--.-- nt- ,.. l. -- e n... ... .-itt .t -.h _- dl be fray, ahoe tautha .f r. r _t . _- ... . .I -. and Wi ukqit~labtia
- i" -.-- ---.- i .". jf . - Nom re T RiE.m .W AyY O FU -t _--
I1: accompup-' withlo TZiA~I -therl will: beo~~ fi i in ro

Iabwte.d uablse te i lh l t.n-ften -f, f ra f r. i.. of ou He Is--x W o rd~trrec! i- .ha. by u.I1
t wh t~hev*_ei- i,-t-1-Iw 0"d t .. irocrwr .us the wil be- u ]7:!.. }i- -:1 ... .
a-- TIe pr re and t -fiav. 6 duei o nf ti o- -he W 44 ti re war tin n~\'. iet -. ----_' (i'-ar- t.-i Io"J by
-e- re-are "" t f "-l" there isI a; e tLLten lthereit...-
oTh t w -r -- Th _.. itt t oi i e l i -- : i 'nif. ita;:tin,-Vilh. Fi NuT! ltE Tha 1 IiixARGE. ii___, ___________ _____ ____ h __tR .( m_.
-Tare a ,te i ch ,orttm n It .-_,n~ tI u lrai- l' - N: : --
V -are a Makwitr rthe--:ti. 1 "-1--, tih ell, d th e wn' ld i t -ai !tle.I ." .-- 41" be bad S T E
of the. ripr-I: fte u. .-h f e7.; r n a,-- t t ,

O-- W ha t if o rl tuning th l ion IuTii z -) --T wold aIIf
-- oi w o r -3 3 J --

-a- u fit t -hl be mat'! on thi-. "a- itnt-. ttrn pr-- tt're. 'Itrt. ofr Ih 1,' are.-, II-ir, e L -
r;of *brwd t e _Iitn4aiuIr, ... II+.. A R L M
.." _; ._ ( i &^ r^ ;t^; ,mlhh 1 Xrherhne l' tl tni s Bl-- r- .
--r' u^~^Wtts.^a MILLER^th^u^~iW~ -- I^l"i "
"The-senat would s-at" Call 1-!try -ctuld itwre_ _ut-Na-e a.m -t -oh 1
Iu a flit -bimc r~n--aii- lr in to i~~~tthfmwmmt" andtu~'ii n R
~~~~~~~~we ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o theito i rtot" rdwr ftepoLthr tr'i~, ~~t
-(.Nr ..o --ne a "Ow _A1 t W ho! -t a-l k. ..
aA^^ B. t^^ aw A46i a al -A O.
,4t's~r[4 ra^^rt itib.,-d Ot te V. PEtI.EtII -Ir'i. 4T n. -1
b e_____ ait Iriatneo t t i .he vw n N O 1 1 eD A E P I Nto 't t p a

-sar"14CTWUS ALLRMED. lit,-
i ... . ... -.- i -te
The- -tird ai-r M reieinva 31 wtd, tI -hh trit- v O.- .-r,--
---- "" . .1 r a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Io Di-^- 1M ~ v, aiul hti^ pr M.ui ,
.. . .tA -e"" fv -AV Mt le "t n th -i w .t'-, f -f e V .-

d .. - .-*- -= i: -i-, - - - . .. .-^ -- *--- .*. I .. l- k t p ^ i -- .< A" ^ .
rfa:-i ei sfn i : ":- -... t,. .. .... - -V

- [ep tt itnl w l w- w ,- _- -.'
-J m e -ofH re-u l~ n Ir an W .-ii-lti t 1 !.-I-W T ui;m:b I .f th.--

tow olvew Fiftr *W"r
-vim" roe* m - m SL TA
"^r*--,--- .-'- -*--. .' i.^ ii.^ l r IB Iiaut c~*?. atam t~i azh,-3 ; ^
th-^11^ ^v1e llv Fk-T&'-! llurri.e. I ----

"- mu m W-.4, ^5-, 4 - I ona' 0 -







Cheese on lee!
Caps, Boots and Shoes

d free of charge to any part of

use Furnhing Goods-

Undertaking Dlepartment Opeu Day aud
eive prompt artenitfmt, :ind I will persmallyv
Undertaker atid Embahner, Gainesville, Fla.

V IEK IE ]a- P-9
' -^ m P o~i
V anA sell Foreiin and Domettic Exchange-.
C. Corpation--., Farmers, Merchants and
e terns. S:pev-ial facilities for making
isaiie lpxinWhit1 the United Stats.


land Cotton. Ameri-aiandl Enrli-lii Sea Iland
ad| Ra1w,. BrCont- Twiz. d'r(rutwdp Cot-
ner Suppli -'. 4a i-landi C4ittn
.h and Azt-rh-an- nak-.
Kinds in St4ck. Cotton Seed
?e or Small Quantities.
cuith'Carolina. G-,r.ia. FirFida andti at Provi-
erlpto and Mutch .*rer. Euglaind, and
tdria, Egypt.
SCotton Samples, Seed or Lit, Forwrded i.L

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-A\ ii. I,. N\ >VII ..:. F1',1,'A.


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aiuo. a. t &rB t -t c lde uasc _S _. o16 3 12M
prwpere alS meued south ad a nast m--d- -M th-g. g d ti
.itude of -southern people hfavemove n1 fns the ead co NorthWest and East
L-iortr 'and, there- hav e-1ee in- Ai a isikiicnt at ort -
:.b~-fh +i ,+++i~iies .+ am ut -om -
I bythe an d soisu- andre words" -lgs f e enll i
hivto be foU or o wwhile^Pin we shteIrRiD which we 1T V O-

I .r--U_ u thedJ h o M i r i I Ar RmeR. "E T V wG. Rt t a t
" aboliti .nisma e hin piits mltitudinors! lan.4-I F o r:, .L i s _I _ilEi

I _b itrought into s". _closer. : -r __ 4 +o......jL1Ev&iG -6i 47;5
-iii~-se .ni .. 7+ e who I Lx Ma. o ...+ +i E T G 2a-l- ... "PINi --
Sio. Ithought that i ow. when a pi Ar A anra.. -1. ET V KVl6 & fl "a!p-
half way between pMeside lt aH ^ t^i iLc' tbe T =w i Lv aa... E T V A 0 BFn
andii_ atb-- for aa ngs, Ar -- .-...... E.T Va G. w-v s4a;2 1
eb i a-nd now injust ft r h E T A (I Ry. a ..p, a..a
journey, whe our ef tie e fe _._ =n Lookou aoQ T n 5.. p a)i4i p 4ma
aM Sechiefly elected bry the north:- haeh eeaS r I^ Alm
,rdially. received--at- te zuth l-w.- -nd721U .-- j,6 Zlli l..Z- r D A .^- 6.e Brjj..
nsrf-ker t o Mknri-i Dayo -m- of t ke: "mia J e --- -
fr t, e gatherings a.;
SamoL"tb ago, ecstrewingofo fl owaer on raves. -dt .he oter yi ester day.- for JalBSB B M p^r ^ aS,1, ijv ,-&Qa ., ,..
.. .eove Bu I L4f"e.a QI ETVA........ Ry. .4p.. ... -
its. otfideue .+I wll S at^ P .-..ilia_-. _-li.Tif: l i i._^-!. :i, + with -{Pu'land ET V t 4%-
I propriate-and usefu antoaeA Vt-.. 9 T VoG- r h2.IS'M
I .on_ wiini ch ki wilted twwo .gar- j Ar .ox'ille ... ETV&A 7 .S1 a
+ for trhr uienorte dea- and -the 4W-hh- l1 of he north ern t nfEV&OyE A- Ff PteVBI 4&iaG
C for thi soutihrna ead, -snt a- -r- he.rbar, ofh, H rgsfl R- R. 0 -- ' _.
Iyntoerick-ed intea chain ot o thev-aats 1iv u,,hqti 0-oiri ee -_g __ RR t
hid fotreverthe two.so4noslno eWe aIiI$ h-t lin -- _--- m i
who knows but that this may be *theday nC w it Jtit hWb* -bee AL -VtACeektDw. S er rl gMp
when. the prophecy of the tent made inr r-a naiB asu-iwhens- fD. J&f il d w n Wheni tHs .no- 5I( O Ph 4V & C Di:r S. ..-.a.
pM6 ^ to.l~t ^i-i^ aAsinp fr t I:-or*^t tJ-.m3u dwell, in. perfect o. I01110 SPECAr i AB Solid Tslra ackmnvfl*
grd tothte oeieunt ad the bwou north give Ian daying a- r itt- eiex j Grant and Robe-rt E-ISe. Will- Lee CbaO an g~rd to U country, -andthe north-give lag s a Stnwl k 1,*urs JcksionvUletoCineinenati, Puallmn
up its prejai-es- and the south keep not gtci-kIVsnaee a to Memp.i4, and- Ar-
-B f s- -- -. ,in -- --- -- ,-,..,, ht -O tia^ n B^ tht -itA tef r-! thousao of -northern anA ri-464m to AFbevile. Conn ec .. ..oak
II back it_ confidence? I will say to the it actated unumakge that a -o gOf risd ofatoa therna rgn wet ehLrilmalPe. Connera hat bdeiaun
north, Give up. and to the soutt Keep not ar-fr nao o at- w-otheo4 w-t iwho, though -they.oeonoeld wth Pllman Vin anrr-ig at Pahiadel- -
ntack?" s -ahdis it tS t6i^aotlieraud iuia looked 1ae at- ech odtie'R from te- { whialtti nlo aokieatrrn~gh'nti a* 'rmre
0 GARAsP OS LIVIG B6F-- Aw-LBQ fotte bat tle ps anis of the Ptotomac a&nd trihp. an.t .viryPbhhurrE: extrliatrp JackbsIa-
C ty andi the Jarws aod he Te- fjr to Atlantn.
I -, lit before I put th-se garla-ds on the -oAki of Antfm-.thff ib O f o r -"eer C 1 arz o;Oe s -a r sef the I L e r' At-
tile graves I me- i to pt them this mornag -th -.O i'm! ^ L -t a wa I +1^ tit r -'- r. somec of those pbl &ni effan -bl ". Tnnee <"lnlt. .-
Sgravesmeantopbt*antaitot Wattann t'atac-a to Men-
Ely &little while oa the b-- rows of the hniviYg t -od.w-7 wbo aer. -iaeee ceantr:s- at A:n P --p -fTard-
In I and women- of Wte north 'and south mornn anthing -hnd tohmtyight a4e n Cwhintarie es tf to Fnre-ior to:n.-,vHrr-cr

som eOt w- ist-tie two .-MmigJ.hLY't to. . .
son theA banks ofd theHudsons and ber ~b 1 gaWt s ftse-tholdMweredf theireRhBI -' ?t bat, no one- doin f, i TH15 EAP by ttiAi A rj-tt. P ja?.A
d- ithegan cik.asfe There is nothing .a-ren- o- pa tti ng, i aa nthe 'n (l- 4 V la il rnt-..,.kvlh-. ea.

- the tr .a..nna Then c od arou theaf-r t s a hoist a- -t. .er wtr t he _areir chql .e -istea ri toe str g io p this Ctrrnit.-Cnj Fir.t -JnPI,,- .- t :-i-la,
If ++ we at a-to atdw -nd -mutery pjo orf th.e s oa ladi sotd bu { t ey e acr al e-k- in my-. ha 3r p,., iworr a pa n'.y i o twoi .. .. ,
oatwas tr! W a- tres .- W'hat o htn-pekse -e 1 :r emnr mew m -bat tfe a tmnetr should v;Xtarhx: t md| otn -. i- ia dA-I ,t ta

=i. |father i- -t r' - l l "-" . cries th hl will. to -6 -
|i| And the seemed after (:B ri-er -mt-ent'.t land a1* gi .en .-h-A t IITItl:- nh-
cant Christmas and They who were sat the frnt know thatcoo btf S rrni ndestr -2 nd Ic-r-l de N-S -T9 I.- i ftlflH-Th 1-. t. a 1-;k-
~ Thankgivinz table! And after the batl, When the war opened the sburth atdila rntw tt -u a- lr1
dwhat waitzo^fsr news! 'hat pes t morote-rn we adi and gi-eef J *.-i M r.Ma -r R P-

til rb e lon-g h- t of the kleed and wounded north ca the Lotltzra menCb rara ofM :and. Lr. _. ad2 -,
were mad -..t! All aleng the Penobso. and_'pom '. w n hin. i but e after af ew&b ., r. ,tk a-ntf tt n ,n -'. ..-.- '+ Mr.'.a.f n I -n-+ an-i -t ,,aii-
a lnda he Coiwct-cut and t-he tr. Lawrene, batles nootin g -nin lo- wa said about and wr, at _--- ,p, .-il-. tLrsn i-- -me t .ia l .. ,i,- n---i- r r ,- ,. f tni -Sti
;ant the' Ouio. and the OAregon, and the. nortter "iudab i"ani ath ei "br' JL- yuoun ,- :lt ii 'a- e t orid: : .. -f t ia t that tIo- r-*i-t,,w *4
ig J amies at dtd the emtnnrie -arid the Ala- gans.: It was anarmy of a a fl anrtrat1 m.a-. a gu t u: Gir--'.-r ,' t:' -t!+ ,,!- .ofV ., i
fii u t..- I ew- atd be Sac-i- A r gm f ito s-asa fl-e; -f r2^t : and .| > T-i. ."-tt wo. P. 4.J-LLY. m bV. -:rt J0 N 'i -tr lt-
Bmiuento til,-re were lament-ation and morn-o i na- -t sk with iro- beak agani .t aito*-^+r fourwi-n .r4 ^ -r, f-' .. I i, -a-a-: ; + r.. r. i }. + h r--r-fT- t-- r*'.,- r -+' T r l.'i4 d
inz aad great we. Rachel weepinit for her f-ock of e- l5 --, .diron riiwol w atie- e so|p meo wil T* c-pimi a' ...-t a-- ,_ ;"--.. t-a- ---,, i ti. --- aia-
thiat Wt-. .inh. a-tnans to be be- dt-er ilt UaCinsxhu;dr^i-t. I; t' ant- caTtI rrd -tnf .r '.t 4w-^, ;4V *.i ^ i. dn vtnr a
the t.ev w-rr --t -., *+,.i ,hn.h so wa s o t Wan m CI'u nw -j-...h-r.,, .Fl-r. r

| oln a. .:tr an- mother bare noB~tz It waa l-ti-k rts:a IosrnM -t i t f r-m Bi.W- e;* -i-- .
for tn re w r- Th' y aiWh tahey t- w i- n tb e wa s- Ki"-t a4f- az ;ht 6adc iokpad. [next .- a-I<--. ^-,- .'r *

g-tten l. .,arn-' i wrt- a y rt-cf a '-a. a owjr'i 't-:- -44 r- ,,:-; it Waat r r- 'a r-- *.. . ....J J tJ .
-r< .. K -D m- i- --t G I P1k T. *r P-.'' 'i Airk .

it anb".ate tn-awDo wer W u wller c5f,!., Volt'-
ba ta znat wtu ri h.e i .ste tto- .. .. .. ...-.n. nf -: -,z-h .-ao-.-........ .. .. t+r : i t-n o re g z.a- --' f- -onrff t-an! t,- '^

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Ta n.. t y eh-tr- wwat an Ye.. ReC5er--- - e-- L-- :E )c.A

Inotai frt m tcetop o tIe tomb :-tn S e fadIThe y-w ho wr p -rlr n ttt. .knw N 10. 1. .11. 1
.twoigiarlsln .tuaith a I swi tptnu-,,d .r a i -uf a eItt Wi tCo l .ile i+ ._ -+ a.. -< 1- I+ l I I 1 l
tc while itst I ma it e i the -ne o.- AI n nr : e ip tfio? ha-th u-e prhentrh t W a.
-. -..-. their lnen an -- i ll worthf+ ..r.jh9- todis."- a-i Y.t

brw of te t- -rr t- an -rto
pspl^ e sa.-d i P-.xr frli-uw1 Wtst a pity Sein nie It .a flta? taen tw -W 4 I ': w-v' e, ;r-z -^ -- ;--- atk F
by tWat nottuM lte be n rn-- tw h ^ lernaC- iin-Cw h-itl a m-i:lea h1- .
tWedi n t l -ng werr. often eni-c-- h mftr- gtairasta t woute La o at c- -e t "rtmn

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t mPtitde that no man can number, chi-- southern graves shaHl not be Pput
TAiBERNACL E PULP jdren without fatherly help and protection? az grass of the tomb untim they nae
S-i Under all the advantages which-rwe had of rfit circled the foreheads of the living-
fatherly guidance, what a straggle life -I wil let the firon of the wreath come
SREV. DR- TALMAGE'S SERMON FOR has been to the most of us!- Bat what of doivrer the scar of a scp wound made
I i thOALe chiidren, two and five and ten re-s byth siward of a cavalryman at Attlanta,
MEMORIAL DAY- I of age, who stood at their mother's lap -aan doop a little over the eye that lost its
S_ _-"" with great, round, wondering eyes, hear- mls in the mine explosion at Petersburg.
i" Wilay t t the North, Give Up. mand ng her-read of those who perished in the Htozi for the living! Calla lilies and ca-
Sto South Kp leof the tWildernes, their fathersene is and. amaranths and palm branches
t cSot. Keep o ak- si down amongte dead host? Come, young for-t r im-2
Iz xii, r. the Text-- A'Notable Dit- I- a.h- -d!
xmen and -women, who by such disaster, | TOE SDEN. KNOW-
Srs have had to make your own wav in life, R t--we tmn tnot detain the rtwvo-nr-lands
i and I wili put the garland on--our young anr ur-er -n-m the pillows of those-who
BIeXnKsLr-ed Mir S-Ye-o.tena ~xy, aringi and unwrinkled -brow. yes, 3on hhave fe'or- mrrr jf a centu-ry hare been pros-:
ybeen observed as' Decoration DaY Dr. Ta! r oppr
age this morning preached an apprpri- Southad Mo ntain. and yonvn er O t- bytsura r hea k or chilled by wnt.res
ate sermon. It was a novel and unprece- -I brg all along these twentVr teas Come .a- ri ith rlands re fragrant Both
Sdented service, a; in different parts of the I if I cannt stare a w hole garlad hai. s-s-o. the .s.nai ne -ant hwr
audience were many of those who tIad be- A ff Icainot srmre a.a whole garland ha vio thenm bhe snshine and th-eshower
audience were man, of those who had be
longed to bor- Federal an Confederate for your brow I ill twist in your locks of s '-n The cbr of both
atearmies, te subject ttwo flowers; oue.e crimson and one w were nm i by r:,m +.vTo mi -o i ae bine of
annrm ,nced. namelt-. ha'n-Two Garlends rio f white t cmrison for e strule of ycur -tbhe -, ae oe c-od at-he snu-e,. aind
-announedt. nmelV, "Two Garainds for.t
SNorterrr and Southern Graves." Over the I life. which has almos-t amounted to car- thep r oI tLe tr.. and tahe witenss
pulpit were two wreaths of- beautiful I nage; and the wblite for the victory you- --ow. r*.-- And.I do not care
whnihtI p rover 'r -e and
flower, and they were linked together. so aed- -wht -a 'ne rave, Re anr
that ney were an object lesso for thesub- Z;- FOE LIVTG SOD. EflS. hitr .h e Do any
i eet pres:en-t-_ Text- isaiaih- xliii, 6--I Before i prt tie two garlands I am twist- Jnei a Wat the.ust-? None of them
will sv ir tohe north. Give up. and to the iBauspon the northern and southern tombs, wiidlow o \ oiir Doraicr Days both
outhh, Kee-p not baeL'" I detain the garlands a little wile that sine -aon and Dixno s line area grea,.
i JLst what mrvest, meant by the north- imay putt ttm upon the brow of the living: wase tf twners-" A- I e yon have
t and sotith I c nom t say. but in the Ciiaied soldiers and sailors of the north and south, r too far my idea that praa-e for the
States the owont are point blank in who though at variance for a ton;a while, hlisa i Thanprais for t e-
their meaning that no one can- dobt? -Arem now h&gIce and in hearty loyalty to ot -
They men4n Y:-if than east and wes, for- :the 1-T iL K' govern ment. and .readv,.$ tnt ithe dead do not know ,-
although -teven those last.,two there i need be, to march shonaler to haoalder the h ?owe_-! I th-ink the do. The -dead
have. been rivies- and disturbing aml- again _any foreign fo The trentv-s ix ildea The bd set but the .
it--ionsand infelicities and silver bills and winters i have-pased since thewr i so es a-d- is idere Nort
Sold's tairentroVeTsies, ther- have bee -e t k, have sauS ently oaled th hatre ds 1 o G -are in inch rapid and eonsant
between tiei nUo batteries onlimbered, nao tfC tie burnedpozOthward aaond h- n mu ation as eartfn and beavin, a i
-z h Demr-atialm D4o i of no.z
Sintrenchmrents dung no long lines of sepul-. wdai- atowtheT .m ark that they, who &i o-. nr
cha-al mounds thrown up. It has ver fimr i thtonflictwer-honest on~ th and tn are better known. in realms
been M~ chusett Fourteenth rgment{ #d s.- :The:sipla 5 i both armiss w ere:Set than terrestrial.- With what in--
i The+. e f~a~a~j- 21~t h+.. .~e~i~ .iit the p., ,,... .and
agmint :Wiiconin zoaaves: it has neveri t"ev-hon est i-ntft prayem T f tthjte t the p of or br andi
i-been -Vi ni-a -artillery against Mississippi o ..-..l a te, whether they marched f. or.boyhood or girlhood days! And
.r.i.. - .. -- to ,artbef o Mexico^r mahed tow- I aE.,v dear~d-nao iter_ ia thlisn t woii
SEast and wes- are. distnet words and I as.te .nd .-arwbere iho est. aee st r were- bon and rantd omne, and
j sometimes may mean diversity of inteiestJ fi i- toaskeh side- w er sufed an trmpned? My
bi tt there is uolbioo, on them. They :ean Iheh eaae-uzroRm their' Bihf not paitvey -say s.. nor does
Ibe pronounced without any intonation of r. ....a . my--- . tea t b common
I wailin and, death groan. Bat the north x-a t 1z.-..... nereeti.o re- do know, -
sand the soath are words that have been- irit!
isurcharged with tragedies. They are tehws^hm wr th lessy ^an t esteraad po otha mrce
e ew lW E lia the pr ysrelaycestonra theatngravched
-words which sugagest that fer fortyy u-a -j^ up ,amo itannered pocsso hat marched 7
-ytlefl-dsrtoyear kago tosouthtrn grave&, were ac-"
the clouds -had beef hearing i h tfrwo grrider thtonuhe inv ii-j
-ar' tem-peri -' whiC 1 thity years ago fr ^ 0Ug
Sburst in a fury that shook this planet as it nl 4 fi~ l tieea ^xissi that a the air-o- I
i has never bee shaken sirce it"swmnq out a al tfkr- 3 i the ascended, procesionsof the.;
i-i the first world building.. thank God f. hi ,-procession.s f the sainted-and,
that the words have l some of-me,,t the am pf the. c hres
ni wach have lost thin ~ree and- e Mvo -of ii tteris, and they
'.. a ,r.o- ,In DItrA .. sa,,.pop.d tow tob o reatem the inse-of the


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J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church. Eufaula. Ala.:
"- My son has been badly atfiicte
with a fearful and threatening cogt
for several months. and after tr}-ing
severalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly estored by the use of
utwo bottles of Bo-
An Episcopal scheme's Cenan Syr-
up. I can recom-
Rector. mend it without-
4 hesitation,'- Chronic
severe, deep-seated coughs like thiL
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be -subjected to. It is for these long-
standing cases that Boschees Ger-
man Syrup is made a specialty:
Many others afflict -d -as thi lad
was, will do well to make a note of
this. .

J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Min,,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for -a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to'it--far less
a superior,. @
Q G. REEX, Sole Man'fr,Weodbtury J.

F VastTfnnesseeYi'-iRia&e

rrro YFast trains


Dr.^^ B. B. Sith tw In Meniorlam.
11r. B. mithWill leave today tojIXenia.
SlEWI OF CITY All) CUunTY attend t aiof Died, at the residence of I& uncleI
wi_ he is reCrdin- cr e y -i_ -sne ut, Esq., near-. -
(VUB.E"T LOCAL EVENS meets ii Jack.sonville on the J-1 3d anAi Fla., of heart failure, May 9* 1891,
j :, _-- i- OF THIE DAY. 4th of this month. James besnut Haile, in the 36th year;
-~- .-- -' V i "" '"-- ...!Mr. BallardThomas, of the- beautiful of sage. .
---A :- FCT A SSWP GxATHEH o, itte town of Winsor. was in Gm- t is a d tak to record the death of
T I. "-.Tm TE-- ,: T r nWHAT HAS HAPPEN ( j l -" a .. his aeppe-d, even whentha friend comes
:. _- -- .. I- .mr_ + .... Iville on Monday and d s= a l-= _+ .,._ ,_, o...u" l-
_7- A- IS GOIMITO HAPP --I-OTS eaton of TSty avinhs ame to his end "like a buck of. corn full
- 50A A !D.-- S - D i'"T G 8- -t o al rti ri4 -, it is' specially sad to have to.
Efo^^HI .soxu-~i~<)iiALaiANDTBJMs68. sArdrlrva~ sb-scripdoon t ." *^, *i
--- -o 1-list.-i .e- .as HE" -~ T i.. m- u ch --- chroniclethe departure of one m the
Ji x TJaleft for New York Yes- li_ Heas I E mucl e o y manhood. Death.,

DjeP Vila-act lik B magic on.a W.- A. Mahoney., of Ferdandiraa. derOed ten-fold more so.
-e-hm, PUL act lip~ mai ,o- on) w-a %,+0..o
;.-"- :/k - i e toaai.-. f brother-in-law of Conductor Richard- It was the privilege of the writer to
:.... - -.. Ten ent allies onI fiv e ent at son is visiting Mr. and Mrs. RichardI kno the object of this sketch tor the
--To- + een cb _Ies+ ... ce t e .W . -
-- i "Twomey's. sit' n. Mr. Mahoney is prwriSetor of the-I past seven years. He was the ion cf
PO WDER !w Amelia Bean-- h.canieng factory. He is Mr. Thomas E. and Mrs. E. L. Hail*.
-.- \ + w - -m_ ) --Gen'tS furniohing at less than eu tat - "-. + -- ." -" .- .
A-- 3 .tis -frn-iptt-. at tn m-uen pleased with the appearance of and was born June 29. 1855, at hi fath-
G -a lainesville. her's home. KanapahaAlachua county,
-- st a-v o tartar baWkn'1 g der. W. C. Plylrr, of Orange Rights, was ._ Fla beingthus a member of one ofthe!
-=gh -+; i. lvening --in t- City tr. It seem very probable that the Igno- -u" o .
t-us-.eeinr" mTht -Dramatic Club wilg to oi oldet and most repectable fam li es of
u.- .+ -, ,+ --+-- 7 --t '- h ", m+! et I .. -- _.n e _,_rou ~l~
.....SG B-. 0- ...," Tr an-" i'George Schultz left tome m nand pre n "orer o .... - VI ...
---- --" .: --. forBranfordyesterday. Land." Or home club is gaining a- He was a young man of gentle spirint,1
-.. X mmthe-Ds i -, ..toia.--eeo. It pleases reputation abroad and it is very prob- unasnming in hTs manners, but oft
Ti IOt-iseSp5IaO m*mir-no .-, may&,, m able thasooa they w wkilt nowna aa sterting worth, be appreciated by tho-e,
2-I =ofbovaeeardfrow. is8 ,- who knew him intimately. He WaS a.
-tStarkej hre k reied t1 e ere. I a regur meeng o -. true -friend, genial. pleasant t, unsefishb-
kdi-ed-t IMai l Aanot-r im and the city conneil tonighLt. GotoP. Oriver for shos worth and r-nerous almost to a fault.- A
w~ndeJa ph inali IUG ui~ FJ Callat~wu~ey's,~ ~ .from S2 to $4 for 30 t 75 center. %lii- -ams oafutA
1"nages drmss'fes e marked and most pleasing characteristic
n b-a. Thmi, s, we wUaee- s away -y sa e. t ] -Scent perpair. Buttous an-t was hifl filial Affeceion.. Never did pa-
1W$efo trt ma- Mrray a slara i ithin -j.TTurBer and W. S. Jason f threadof all kinds at your own price, rents have a more unselfsh, devoted
-- t th --uhrS. near Lace. and ribbo-is fronh 2-- ci4tnts.a affectiorate son. He was one of nine
*^ ^*^ -. M v '.W -r .- aane. wrin-t a lowe a ari plum m i i ri --
ek wFebarY1 lastS the 4eP s h _w. u s S p e c i a B a_-n.._n,_.1 lk P,--o s m o d _5 0 .e e n t s an $ 3 : f r o m 1 0 to 5 0 c e n ts
NSA "r. a a g leI mb rela t.i"wea Toe.-'_- a"- Braids in all color, nearly given away. self; and while they all had l.ft home
a ",n on 4*atwday die ... j- Bracelets, chains, pins, earrings and to accept more lucrative en; Ploymet
.-h t afr In eah n he D. C. MeI-itosh,t Hawthi-n, -sere- other jewelry (aome very goopd) to eliwhere" as It seemed best for them to
+. -~ go.. .. hi esa e the +-"_-. tary -y a l- " ~was 10 centson the-dollar. Hat and: dre.s"
US trimmings, ahe kinds, eutrc -and^ tae do' it was his choice to remain on the
b -d-evi y w,5n d. to -tY tinr. -tnrm.. Buttonsmso much a Tgab The old home place with his aged parents, a
; ae thi iend f l-Mmm s I' i hua IeU. of lorida- ) Viewsfor fact is I .v. more ._ dom-b led my protelloy,, .and a comfort to ther.. The
O --sc. .oo -are" -It. to- lie, the sal b 0. --,dv amon devotion of mother and son was beau-
SWUpM-h. and tihs while w ful and nmchhg,,,and only her. mother-
.- aaeBTt T.. _les, of Windsor%, wm e for. .a... .. .
city on Momiklay and_-. misd o aWr, waiting !f oni. Co- qk youb heart knows fully what he was to her,
-#amrileo W^ _.. +.- +. '~''I,.t s- h e ,sadest of7 "" '
ft77harate-s rm& ofr f e t gone.
'~'~theseen I ou httoTS
etr,-r,,fi a 1A'e aI- .-Bs,_ lnse .dml .- shoe%. Ia hin young manhood he.- gave his
-_bepel -be aiesc lmir Q0inf-tVota~oe
sift 3e aatoll whenhBm be ^yrant 4UI1iesat uis^atTwoniy'& G. W Hyde aa# tifeowil itto God anti united with the Pres-
mal"ed and robbed a-d hi popety ol. Sperintendet of- East day fr an i t te byterian church, of which he was a,
^rqed by |x thetorch. k i Rsported F l iBda Sm xsry returned froA Tal- Western States. l will be absent member and a deacon at the time of his
tittbealhai f_.t.arW llkIameety .. *ng th.e ..a-s-m hi witC*kh death.
_aua~ the grU eaitgotsd
_m aii -iy mtte I ^ -.4 .-ofDr* Gqods-and hoes atTwomey's. f tema pleasa jo y-d a safe re-- enjoyed robust healUt, yet his deabh was
.-"O-de albeewtit] the. m-y be Lg- - _- turn. D uMi ablj-- e Mr. Hyde a surprise and arshockto his family and
"W i Wke ng h im dn and i I E" wltlt fi pafmibfe, nego s arraptements friends. He had met with a company,
hJiu. e.He- ajiieaM beptmre t pReIe Beiig, hiii^ s as for the building of- I jcrss botel i of-young friends at his uncle's residence
4 -r aflnvi-^md re .- -- about three weeks before his -death,.
we Imagisue there w~l-tbs fEW if 43~ win, embroidered Iawn,, aI We s rated when he wasdpretrated by a sudden at- 3
_n af 4t -^wov'And ii!ef Dre w -e 6k -anyat-r o,,-e Jly- never atreeA.- From the beginhing-
... : .. molest yeerda for-o e was too ill to be removed to his
Attfolk, Va to vist relatives at that place e Cerr ts fo eelni hoeonly a few rors dbtant. After
ASsmaew ^t .lu ? -heo-I Hewill bmaway seral nm -.-.-s o-- R. -mr- : ivem,: _the first few days of. his ilne be was1
-.---- ...... o Furmazt Page.ew York, want an- f alter lt e -ulat t-e unconscious, and although.ll, wa: done
fvontosmptem vgtables becaseampleetg*sl te {thtlaharsn wllhug hands
the Ij^yots more ita Y^S wi0 h8 i bera 1fw a od fsdo, hegradually sank, and- imaly

+:fremnodm:-i>-I - aregettimg-tW er.- t i- hi- spirit quietly pas-ed away to Him f
: .- -i "- .:--,s--; if-x ne Mui R -.- .- ._--- -* m;ron whomhed o eleveand d tbhom heb adt
..^eiWtc W. S. R*brdo The rrgtottn DeZi~in Chili deir t cofese before men. The bodyv was v

^I*(l~~i Lu-'J/.J''kim -'to- Al wtoihesltb~im toBB tbaerni-a hBelwed so el and thence borne to'J
_-J. i-: k =ima -anriM All pes who have not made re- eo lBeem0- -aind c ake a t.familylot int Kanapaha chmeterye
:?W i fr l and .-- Lurns of .m eir property to tm e assessor th... .fam. .y-lot...i..-... ..a n a a-- .h. c- h -
-; --+d --r_ e-+ frte yearf -_ wnil plea-e - F'Ii Y r folkwed by a large number of sorrow-.
P t1S95^ t- ..... O -- .-e M. BIaIaesocr Surie thrat rWt!-ever be#_n-relatives and friend, and after ap-
I-.- ees-ct appetileaadelltlae w L -^v .eby-t -w .holepe weSy- &al re so for propriate services was laid to rest wiwith
lemma K fr.. u, un. ate toenjoy.- t .e treat. kindred dust to await the resurrection
y--For frver ci mlls -nd a ltafke TII +on Mod- -ayan--d-had hi_- I "

eihldOn our .subseriptbm ~ Z
I-- r _-. .t ... enrolle te ..-rga.-.i. frim its ioad th l spirit- Mew,;
Dr. Mo y's Lemmainot bo - Headaehetand Fs, to ceane t Lfesdtydn a i the ClayS~i^^',
64 all of- wich adeareuga toi6Id m h SYse efeetahiT .fc ently when While heaven and earth eonmbiue to say,
<- vrt--m wblc i fr or les Y uh. ima rer in- taimer new --eo or whe t-he -How bles the righteous w*u he di-"
.. mv r, ipm^ ae . mo-i^^[ wqM tr ia hnm e~w p r .--<^ :.-.= +- .- ;..c . -- --.. .
n;_ -l:-bl o-{k . wherelie nviti.a all -hiipa ipu-r sluawa en e g. 0i sh, tplheO locdu ts
iw E0 Or-Pr Ie~m~ d- muit~ ew qand nt j B OU a
inuta~~~~~~~~~oa.~VN 'hi.'" 'a Zaaieta OINS IRON BITTERS!
ht. hiermtle -at h m- Im -.- :.- M. h_-aftbiy a.dty,h ZCu es Dyspepsia, In- i
of- h without wa-irr .rtmry,.o sm ,hO W n -.e digestion &Debili ty.
i-ss. baeeiM t: 4n his mother and other. F-- Us -
A_-+ rt-at-v i t-. in- city, wi reu r ,i D ator5 ftm d. -..r f .... .
frl -i w wi-th b n o- _._..,T - _.--- There will be ameeting of the sut-
B tr bu sd u w id BWt li: mm + :._ .b -. s of-s M. Se tns a6rde tthefund forthebuIdi of
aey^S^aumdS vIl I ha e ohnji A. Go'ldson, to Melrose. called A. J.thaydi on Siday niit, a o a Evergreen emetery. ataS
1168r. morler L-,ma m adm - I to I -,
--- w itell t ..z.i bu-m-ne office 6n Mo)day "after a ii riagiofl& of W W. HamlUpton. at
3tev.CX. IDavis. EulN.X.Lhurc~tSo., and a eriibed-. for Alachauh dufteonon te oitffered

ha1-ot been able hi ro years- t rp- t4 Xkw Yortk Etim re and ._. oeo._ ._-delay. on-t foret-thetimeand ae.._--
walk ei~tind wkhotit flrng reart Washiigton. He reported a^ sucssful extem sades. Sheconeedwt '-at ilampton011llk-e at four o'cock
al-m hmI tv 1 --U T "Mori -- .- t y-. -rema a e m n d L.rttude th a teriaf ron-. AllTe -b r.ioareeak-
--"p ott" txl rliaa& C a mileN f p t Ip r su ..ring until death re-, ...l ..... .....d t. be iJ ae
su3 r n de hicnaven- O.P. Lls the phtographer, to _ive4ltier ore-roufle. Dnee ay reuet to be Treen. .
llw- ^ .^^r Cflt ^^y^ 1P"i^^^l!waao estiabl ofan thelr meein JeW.SHHY -organio>va-

Mrs. . B.. m.. w B naturi ... --finih ,anwork om. hand., w ll .h u il - wi h
.m nd... i-r r s h is [C 4. etmand .ored by aln l-^ I.--HBY
--"""I-~ --.. .. zme ,t of June. Th s .deirin thisr .- .... ... la y, Ai -~ -A W
- wek. - who knew her. The c.tmmmiy will o
.oAtbr relattvi e who- are now -striken-
ve m e a -a sm l h btm u r r te bl lMdng of wi r;--i-. hE wa p offlrgcl at. -or o'elocki
.ay~je -- ... - .+ .. . : + .. +- wl;b grief. The+ funnerai w.A rargely Corner West Main Bd Mechaas<" + .,-
o. p rtlmi .which a ro.- ro fr m theea it ,lm i to v--,'
i .ay> Letthe od ^ _oon frnt the Bapt-Mi4 ,i -h-r. ia6iY VtLL. -- --- .--- FI nA.
'- a s Nim st'_ Kl~ dally t -'ilt w u . ....- =" -_ __ . __. "
.. *= r" - -"* t*f r thr i.L- .. ... - Blw hand .. -- ....
;L T -I mear m J M I)" I. nTigim inn leftlv tTC',e r Ato:. ,-0o o tu n an .ln,~niuo of a niliinit-,,T --.'-^^1^
... --_ -. .. -- + (,. ii-.p m-4P ekvtsiag ftriend, at flamn --Th._ h e -n ^. ... .t !i1U -. ^""- -
*el- - att itint a. 0l0AU e AM-t ". 1W A-" 1 3 --- A V I
w A~~~wuhytW-aod~~ca -k B Jr DxlAVISW w lal e ~~rh W i~~n c ar s i~o ^

-work erfem-ed --uin *-be + ir cor41ot f tlhe Whis t bi pr6 Normal "it,+ r-nr :m mi -. nan b+ -o-r I- --
Mi .febm ekut --rCat-ielfc T- t-il-. id a or know that tel-r, aoft n -' oe$.1^',400--
e- otetm inm wel w as w ll m e -]-& as m- A.W e)ky of Fairbke hfo a.d- thin 4.m Ihins the no.trl, r.. '' ld ..- OL[ re. m .

ITjlft't. Much 4<9a r IS dmie the tflB that jo~ther crZ Tn that election :Wa. Iboy. Etarr or-n in the 't-tent an! .4-4-s-,
agaB of I- collt :Ivaely i di t ir al- ibeen4greatlv ta-ftedt by the re nt ever ori ,e a, i.h- fa ha thi-. z AN (RII NAN E
.a" am inc r grateful amid -i. dl te nin a protevw. .c% ro Ewtitie a "O i n .
at at. --trt Weoc r.-esterl +,.

-w-"uthn alwh ." wh at t ihe tmous al"mb SO L t tlct w O r
li-l-w -. *-~th. twh n frmthe mut'ou" nwmliraiw tueeonte

p- rt o rt r w e t p -h I r r it a i m ed b y ; + .ns ^ t n t frn t F +_ a.'.w b t^t^ S'^ 1 '- 1 -
... m.f tlb tu "l -b-i Wa -II. Ha on propery coniting ton with -Nm'< m azM t.r in tAhe "kd *.. ...Mvr d..l
adpiAyefrs ~ l~ t< lasi h~i ot1^^ awres of intnl ianl*~ 4 fci-acre 't~rrh. hpucrhu-rar~tei p'l-' r!*-li' ft^-u p.-r y-ar. -Tbc- '-lr 4 :L.-~ Ma'-'-AV -.ia;;
to- he r Aucts ati p-rt' tzoo othe adtin ail affair' of ~ ~ -4~ n i-~~':-~-

r l ^- t h r o u g h l i f e -> o r au4 e r o a 4t 'k t on l v R a m p i -i
-. ... - I - w -i -
-"W-% ,' e r r S !-* lo 4 co B dB r D" a t v m PL -k -ar U1- n
i :-- T t he:tWhr tof Mnir <. O+ roi^K pi r.r.,.i u.... .. hi -'- N-0 t '- -? siP stt.ri. sw-}- T re. .axemr
tu &.ta ; f +b ,t tW|'Pm- ~l + is ++ nai Boo lvtal ++ ,m. wil by !--rich : ,r+,-"t .' m.+Fr -I4t- + + -.++++--:
-.. :1.3. L -mt* g+i4 CountthI m nm.- i or'1- " : ; -d l +--,--:--.- a ,-; Trii---fe ;
--W i -. wele -.n, tu av. wpe" -t n pec l jimdwir. ('.i i-f it *" tr L ^-- .e.-hfo r .... ...- Ai 111 i ..
aw bmf avWe th o the win-hf or tu p #wu p H-<--. Did Ux k "w th a t- t enl wV n --' -
....-r- 'pB s, ke r s lt rh ua .t hrir thi A [T -ens t i e-ow s-. a- :o .aA lVkz .r....... -. -- its.- 'thin he - Ff' -i- th i; --r .- t-
le sd. ctsb-ht v-" thn -4 ae. .is vy il .: -

a+ ,. t a n d ei tsk -* .... . t. ._ .
2eft3deth i Mtat lttnr w II. to,-that-to-a &U t r'ra- Th' or. nin :* w9ten-f-;

=--.- + + +- -.- ** ... ,;- -+ ; + b t1 + \rK .-~ so .&- ^ K < 'at yfx--?^ I '; ,.- b.-.- _+r *^r) mr- i h++ .1-aal;_ .^, ? -2<" .. ... ..-. +'K^ -TT "^i. -
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Weoll ,hte^ l -nt-"- Qf"* _D I'-t f ix -f-<-ody"t- -a- into,
Of tia -* T.t.-a .f JaX .*on .u -'v t-s p-s-Ct&ea "iF* i. t. z4 h w-. %.
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^-ll*3 da' li^ta-*"au~~.damid -&)s^i~t. < r ^t'' y,--,. -: r i~'ti'.a4; '^~ -^', .W ^ ^ -~^ Lw ~ *- -f ^ y <-*. -.-.^----- s a- -. S
lTiUI tit- wt t.w matjlr in the- .st- ^

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wter-.w bltwwrl.' to u ,..4 -nik bt~a

There never was-a time .
the world when tit fs were
made so wCll as W-T-S-
things. ]
'There never -"s a time
when things wee- sold so
acceptably -somed ings.
Take the Kabo corset for
an instance, o.f 1#t.
If it breaksits ls nes' "in
a year, come to i-s and get
your money bac.
If- it kinks ip "bones
and rolls ip, asaIost of the
corsets do on wdien of -_cer-
tai n forms, you get your
money back. I.
if it slips shifts its
"bones," you: i jget your
money back. 1
If it doesn't t vou) after
wearing a week or two, bring
it back and getyur money.
We have a p ier on Cor-
sets Ifor ou at iE store.

We carry a full Ok of first-cls-
milder' brick consthitly on hand
Then you are in .pned write us foi
)rice. 7 -FLIU -G & N o.,
apI 13daw3m Albany. Ga.

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SStatioer,: School: Snppli

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i WiUU-Wuuitlu Lxtuimuuiul i .1 GAINESVILLE, - FLORIDA.
THE FLORIDAA UUNK LINE. Articks of Association.
And to all PoMVf in South, MiB- -
die and West Fiormla, Mobile, New --OF- -
Orleans and th Southwest.
"h"in'd-- -B0m l kaol iin-ton
Direct Connectio**o all Points North- The underignd proposing and
Time Car in ^P't a 19 of an act of the Legislature of the state
South. - 'ortiL Fiorida. entitled an act to provide a. -
o. = No 7 -n D :i -'n .. 8 '. law forthe formation of general cop"
-. .- iB adopted August ant, I, and the
450p 10l0iaLv..Ferqladina.-Ar 2 5p 9s ments thereto, do make and publish
623p U-2Lv...--.Cajaianu...Ar IM 739h- following articles of Association: -
7 -p ll-15aLv.Jack*o-.vlle-.Ar 1557p 7TMa 1st. The nameof the Company I--al
5p.122aUpLv .....+Bditin. ..SL la 5-C 0and is THE BLOOMFIELD KAOL CO
LItp 117pAr....-S4e.e-.... LvllIta 4 Od PANY. .
124.a 20P_ Ar..-Ha. tore-. Lv 10 41a 2 &a 2ad. The general nature of the nlli1
-I'm& 2 Ar-x:-.0-.tra. ..-Lv 10) L 1 58 be transacted is the buying and oue
- -. 3epArS 'yeihiringa.Lv 9;a -ac.. irin lands, nine"alb and Minral
2U SS4tpAr-...... -....Lv 92-_ I- Oa miningstocks-and other ersonal
..... TAr. L 0 7 .- in the state of Florida. Seiag .n -
4A m -. +A t%. Lv ir wisedisposing of and encumberinmag an&
-4i, 4',p .4 I -Tf .Lv a 0.. propvngthe same, the contraction slan de-.
-,^ia 5#p .ir. .^ .T~m-IA'l 7S 9) .ntigof railroads and steamboats ande- -
54 +tl ....... 3...-Lv & 7M),peciauy )therane m ing. development. pripB--
eI5. 7jpAr --O 33B 4 41p Lv...W ikawoad--, .L 8&a IVOFr other valuable deposits and the
507a o67pAr .... eCity.- .Lv 5 4 t hereorfinsaid-state, and U other al the-r
45&a 7 24pAr...Ppt CUity..Lv 57Ma R351 necessary for the objets and aims f the 4
7 45& Ipr Ar- -T f -_ P--.. Lv .a 7 3 Ieomnpan.y and not inconsistent with its aK--
;---. p ArI ft T.. - v--1--------e...... Oral bnsinewss.
. 2.. 21p Ar.. ainesvileLv-av 19 ---- ;.L The amount of the capital stock shallb-
---.- e3pAr.-.-Ct-r Key. Lv 3 a.... -. Isxty tyhousad dollars. consisng o _x -
Nos&7ands-dailyls3 and 4 daily exce.i hm red shares of the parvaltue of ce laur-4
Sandy. Pullman leepers on 3-and 44ack- Jred dollars each. twenty-five per .eent. QI 2
mon-vllb.*and Tamp. j which ha been paid in the folmowlng. e
FERNANliDIA AS6 C1MBSRLAND ROVTE. & -ribed lavds situated in Lake counly.Florik..
?N--0_o A& 'o.-1-No I o-.wil: The east halt of the nortbeasta
41> 930KLv.-JacsonvilIe_-Ar 21aD RS 51 er of section twenty-nlne In towfnah4--
50p lp Ar ,L 1 t 7 1 wezt.t.sou h of twenty-tive east, the re.-
..:_- Sp. Ar ...Bwnwik..Lv SWa. .. :. uanderA ofsarme tobe paid In upon the cal_
83ta lt pLv...BiMus-wclk. .A- f I 5f t 50 -f the BUar-i ot lirectwR. -Ten thousasa
50Op 6 4a _Ar- oan.; -.-Lvla 10 1io t ftl. dollars of taid capital stock shall remaiBn I:-
A40P I.ia Ar lta-t-L. Lv 7_110p 513 ;-beltreaurv ot the C oanipany to be told pakJ
6 ia 55p Ar+.Chjttnooga .Lv I Wpll 01 ihe ord*-r ot the Board of Directors and
6 45p 645a Ar .lJfs'ule .. Lv 7 .1p 734tt2 proceed-s ot-t- sa- i thereof to be qwd O .
6 flp 6 -*a .Ar_ Cie lnuti.... Lv I1 .0p 101Wy i the developmenta of the- Comlnany'sprope
645 6 f 25Ar -..-. Louis.L ... Lv Ra Sp -ty and u wp lawful notice first -mive, se a
7f-i 5MT Ar ,Cblcago t- I.v ills Si., rapvtals oek may beiucrMaseu to one hu-
Leaye-Jaeheon aiaald Fernandina dailyU dried thiu-mand dol.lar,. .
excepu-Sunday. a- y train leaves Jark- 4th. The Cnpa.ny wi l begin I-.nh JE
ionville SAO-Iaa. m.^mn.Aes Cumberland Route tupon nban rlie 1in aof the*e artic'k- and its e*;-
connection. Leaw-: Fernandina 4:30 p. ni.+ j-en+- shail terminate at the end of ntnW
arrives Jaks.onrvilfe 6:. p. in. Pnulltmn n n;-yVears th.r-.flTr. .- +
sieepins tcars irugs~iek.lo Louivilke, .h." Th. ,,f the 4'omany ,m n
wyr-T. - '(rW f*.-v-'n'i-t'-d lo iihe^ f lowiHeI,-named 09 :
S It)_ Wt r -d-- a v +i -ptkim~L _:+
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12 *a S a Ar. H[a+e City .Lv (i. p 9 42> v 4 r- harthidxt-rI N h -h 'hashl thl!40
Stf IWl y;-11 iiaAr-i*tnecM pgeeis.ix-v 1 4p fta ;ti '-^-'-rt t:a-'. hr-^en 3:sa 1I 6atAr. _.4M ..dia L.v 4 p 4, r4 Ca pa l fr ti- tr, i4n-t-t hi-n Cf-ht1 <'omn
0a 12 -Cp Ar tieit ..1.-ei.i 2 '01* ; P4 i j y'N- tm sin s- haf-l- 1- oAtIa at ti"Th city w
-i4tA I 'ip Ar T.Tfshas-ee. -. I 1-tp a-fto-- Isn a- P-.AI'-'hna C.'utiy, Florida,
s-Un .3 lip Ajr. icy .... I!v-'14p j ,,ra p an-,h ,,'-r_-a- a-wh I her pla -s as
r[as 4 l+ ArRiai-vJunction. ,'- A 20(p la o-tMt ,,; lhir, z at8R-v ,;r- -t. -". ;
a ;iLp p14 p Ar fPe.sacola -1 lv -a I-a a- h. T b- nirh-i-t amo.w dTf ,+ lr isletei4
. m'+ Ar -tohile..Le-v l"nu ..... a whi,-; nh-. 4 \'i4mn apy cn at
+ ..-. 7a e Ar..W -t-erlean- Lv .sMp- iV-. - '- -l m ae ten i -rT-I-t. othi *h'" lTa1
6. -sin Ar 'frtgoery Ar 7i A. -. .. *.t-ek. itftsAt the of a na-tiortfrT--
I_.lli' aAr in Ir ming t. t-v -1 iup !-"-hf rhr --
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d#w~n wells to two or
h 4-dred fekt. ord
U. A

re ui red. Per
p1-a- f water
in whatever quantit
_j- ir-+x'd AO' ,ts '

ft i -i a .El
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Bu-'n wls totooP r
hundre etorde
i rc~~i uirme- enen
trinr whtee quatit

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Would annoumte to th-l pblie their m.ew
found war. The best fabrics of every
description sold by this fim every day.
Bct-s, Shoets. Hats. Caps. &ie., all
verv line. A grandl as-s'ortment of Dry
Goods, Latces and Ed"ings and every-
thing new in that line. Look well to
|our price li.s, it is the best you r-an do,
always call on -STRIXGFELLOW &
CHESNUT, a full line clerks to show
rou throun"i.
We adopt this method to solicit yoar
attention to our great place of business
worth of mention- Remeniber my
T-riend- and all of nmnkind the ea"
[ firm of .;TRIXGFELLOW & CUHES-
jNUT. they are the "heapest and best
voiM- an tind. We trt-r a large stock
9f 1ine1 ood- all-frresh a md new. I.
Please oive us a "call and we, -ill -
lhow VOU through. Call Itn and learn
our prie-s and vou will inot look around.
This iL where ytu wits find our busi-
e-. s , iven to all whom we nmet.
Our salesmen always pleasant, always
kiund.- And evsrythiuk in order juAst
-Ilited to your mind.
With this plan of business we find great de-
Constantly receiving and a large stoek on
Arran -emnts being made with Freign
Trade. ; "
We furnish first-clss goods o everygraoe.