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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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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E T. E SPORT OF WAYES put "ticet--some of. them sol idf Y- DEn F_ -I.MA, as an unluck- A. PISPAT
THE" - P- -T;, som-e white repu:bi-- on z G-
C---- a d .t l -h wi citizen .hin to ,areon anverett W ,e' _
....M :P _- -. - ^ .- .- u tBe a Trave-ty Ipon Julr-w. ted m an and blessed him : and on rait- Mafrm o y
T mriVIe- Fixeience -of Two ng.-Y le- palit nn,-ThiPam -de1 docrats.. E DT "1 T day the Redeemer died for _'nan*' ., er wa a quiet ed. ingin Gaine.-
.- - " ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~1- D ]ITO0R S n: .- T h plea of deehn -. _. ._2 ae u v. ,,
str(or'1-.-4 ;howinar they made in any ol m u sie
-- Welt: ontas soin Rhey-mad. where thn ny-alth- and ex-treme youth made nation: on Fria, Columbus sailed- ave yesterday, an d the happy event
count -in Rchland. where th ho circulated a petition Pals in quest of another orld;
---- jcifv "1.the eounv t Here thie;^ ^^^ 8 110^ ^ ^3^
er h i-e T ^ ^ he eounv a t.Here them pardon of Matt Everettis extreme the ame day of the week hesa bra friend in-this city. Io fas
Tiejrr Over a Non-th T ey% ere ToaseI -by zti 1h ti: ti- Li i-an --demo- : r f nads in t.
a|, Ovr a Mn .onthdio?: f mf y and can ot besuppored izatio 0o _.o life, tthe most effective surprise party
the BiIows --ad La4id Down to Die Cr-t dit not vote. gene" ly, and the.
When e.m .eac y yaNgro haerman-.-:r uI-coser although the hte reasoning but or thesa returned ip thi Wy to el- 'Gainsville has known for mayday
of argument we will admit that y Europe with the Wxr The eontrating parties were Mr.
'ArVe ticket will win. In Sumter county the plea of failinghealth. etc is re of his diCovery. Th f the I Stevens of ptsa and M's
ST.-PETERSBURG. Pla., Aug. 2L- an ti-Tilmanites and conservative re- not exa eratedin the ls: it a h b t g y f te_. o ity. T adma
ST t!Si teand-history- be true._0'- Ki "mttieiThm"
SOn Julylo Messrs Trask and David-: formers ran a ticket in opposition to e m w pefome at tle a.
so, twoyoung mechanics of Apalach- the Tillmanites nominated at the pri- not within the bounds of justice a eer aceomPlhd- o6 t .erem_ .endm at 11 o a. mn
I- reason' that -the. board -would pard0"
icola, left that place i a small bateau, mary, -and snowed them under. _In raso hm h tiep obrdwould pardi i i gf Mo F 's homers
SSixteen feet in lehgth.. for a few days several other counties the anti-Ti hm- an litend ao f i _t iol
~ ~~~~~~~~~~all the--eirv-umstac-- attending t -a dli ed _o = h -" ny
fishing .Sine that ime nothing was manites put out tickets at the eleventh sae .n h a en id, ^a:w
Sseen. or heard of the young men untl hour, and being unorganized, the in- .casain the damowno o
1'a g i s him as show n n th re o by L r.H e
y eterday, when they ached: this dications are thae none of them have f boh he pr and lower o iOthe life and -dia dhe
"place, well ni -h dead frm hurager, .ben successful. In manV Counties in w, ords.of-our hSa vireraltth ;oughr-ro sad- e t
~thit and exposure .. |the 4tate the reformer and conse-va- Thrwither hihas o a versed ow eitr ;e wo a -- lw
thir t e ,,d c;x oo aral of n; -i ghet officials ah well. W .o
sterday af -nuon a xigro fish, r- Live-n were- both rcpkesentcda- on the mother men of Prominence in the cit-y i ave the pleasure of hear-
,nar, who was -bout t-hree., mile oil -f r~u U-ckc ~T-a tLrc- was no oppc-- G~inesvilie who signed the petition : x- t -__~
:hi. place in his, kiof l Igted an a-i witoa i ,r-or ,he-o ) o e Eewtho p i i ec e was filled 't .
r:r tIv-abandoedboat w'th a boken T lts toda election will ---tacn -1
a o a n o n e t j I n ~ T h e t n z : n e r i os t !g h
rzast. fr oE which admethin white be that a-bou tw:--thirds of the con- -' beat.
: was fluttering. The fisherman- rowd I "-'-- y oii ill b "o d of o fce ho after pro.efl considering th pa ---qu"tit .::'5 1 Its
eto th-r y t a s f urprsed to Lnwd 'r T2 ,0. fro Geore don by -:z- a. thee f- srm a i t
t w m.^ in i t,- t b t e l t l e so f e x : '.-' t~ n a -d B = : a r tr( u n ^ .h e ~ i- i l] 0 71 0n _,, a c o u n te r ..p e t i t io u .< ^^^ ^e T ~ r ^T I B | e i e p^
ho ;-. .. -rve to be I '. .- h- -1 -" w rit -.-; r the governor. No as? ur uT e 'r.-_ fe 'Ic ; ^ Y. w e re she as l _
n and D vd- n Th~ v roi-- t roc) lx-' h.: .-i'- o al A I.. ^" -. U~i state that it can he I cod uce oi e O ti cs f he j n e en e t of a
a n D -ela o a .. . . ... . .. t ,,e- *;-a o^ f' lt .. .. . . . - -te- ... v t
wereseo 1 t : ev er of th a
t-i '- px a. "an .f- "en r a. .qv .r man. enty a to tell t ,he n o s -r wie il o hf -u ha it o, r.. ... -- n- a h,
.~ i . h y o u n m e i .o n .- . . T h e u.- t a e i t l ~ 2 -e aro l ,a ~.x k -e x -t - =-v"- -n ~ b - l-- -. e s of.a c ... .
n o t t hW at h h s r1p0 0s te d -i

-a h . t -a n omin ti. s hT -a .a. -h li-tt e filled.

J oon av ter ,10. i .. .ac c .--' d.... r .... -f .- -- -_ 0 'their peti th-is not fo-a de< Ae 21 -i h... .. | bo -hE. m E rIs o1"111 II thMa S
'- wo w? d _- o-"O "J U^ -p one J s-t' -c in V-iew--of the fact th_- I _~_ -_-- __ ... . ... _.--o __ ._-

Previsjo12 hasc ^^ ^ t - ^ ~ h j^been made by the stat T h H ua tee Rei*ra city. He i w i- ^ r -e^oT Uie ^
h e dy s noco m pa.,. n10 i ofup at :I f s1- n Th y hn-ye of priso n hospitals here' i-' i < h s w ho o ihi i e ^ e~ f V
w o f te r _Iua b e t llin w ic ~Ic.c-., t- ,j !n r -20 d I aI!tt4: u C .r ri -'o j a nd. i n = t h e w a-V-a t o o n n k a is s o b e r a n d u f a c

o Thn cm days of drfzn. p am of the ro-rai - of convicts can 'ceiv medic- tet en t t o l h e t
:ir n -a an .io-heir s brok of-b re - Oi may a _ connection 4 ,- -. ;_ yoeung-a. m falnd
fo- r foomd s and water.-Ts-t ock e of e y Hood^'s alraesr a dy- f i d and to i P sw.j of t h-e grea t o
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h u h h .Iine ,m os t c rf,*, I ;- _It an o{ u andto im r i Y f_ ret /- -7 .- iofhI r -i ds-fortheirfliu ei.are
-pro viz z Z ( O ," i- =-s ioned s an d ; w -e w as -ii~ a n a. w h c cre tean. a pt it e an d to e u.., p o n th e Inind so se,.= .f r .. ....!' i ~ a ~ b s p t l t a t
so das ago it was i hauste and b y ina kj^ yees good ealti o t he .m inds of those who ha-c tb by^ the incle en weath r The bappn^ m=_--_ _ - starvation faced the castsa. the hood pure_ ood of their coUUtryat hea- .h.
:- a_ !t wa a t i ,me* --- oo 'sPZLSar -- t]hi pardon is granted it Would furn r:S B. F ) -Ui ~ ~ h .M~ d -ei

Rooif P LS are --thecs b' whc ohi s..cSnlgsei
hi- I -. I iv' o after. eare-ll- -.ts .n .

Ways. t w hs attract ed th a teo dinner pills, assist _'The c-- ars. by fen by aht oha er wml dro --r A. A a ; -- fac s'
Lctt inudl~n, M o

-towas U n-x l to -the m a st. 'to a e'. th rais 2 L'inMnG-orge-eJ 6 P& ,,o s.. as
--d o z --n -3 a eo ut.t-- ,-?;-"

^a^^sa~s^-i~s^^2s thc- viustei.^K ^^^te

lwhi e tl ah ic fgfegr ed:hi- -- the negro fnd of a Sto o btain a pardon. It : Itis ....- 3 _iclpro. to ithi"
p eriod. they- - _bof theA-L T ae th at - -r v e I soae w ol. .s ar ve nthe mf of.. -_s "I It wo.

l wost and Tras ^ ^ w C t it tenm of Tobare themi ch sPeaed sle Din order to e briyo sicWnes HA UE A g 2 Two of Joesy I ^ / p l- S
ie -the y- would los ther m ind u _fo tn. __t 'o es i by this means theyassed co ldse uruteih- il d ..wn lase l Bf l

l~~~~~~~r~~ ~ Cxlfij mlay Aug.^ 21M.-~i e ^ J ee o v ~ o l n h the prs n col dr y hn ce, l i te wouinf b us d a Dr. baeg Wor.n Aith their k b ad airs, it se5 iiiO~ cwiA F or-- R I
S iat iit w a- Thevr .. -- ee yailoro andn thatr- of Jh Wl Ther e nig dd t liera e c -tornic a nd Bk a_ u '
un f I .-- T ,Z: 'Was so

follo we i t .eir -akleoei iedth.e m o n wreeren-h m aunye -rse a i ved in tW .fl.-S1 W W -eni-^ after-

ee "" -"lii .. .- .. gre i twn b t iy ade tn .m- therui~ he ~ l~ a an ~l* Js_ _.- *- uu !=R _m o^3 ^^^ ,
__ o2, rh mun h oxaute, bewrla har Th o asPhtio n s an the niiae- trobl .bu d1. I~-ste .--othity p eigh i n-a A oig rattlesn key I^as k"ie under_ .; ^ ~a -1- T-:
:. .--, md attention _he are ,- -..iin ,hej -- w th Imateria -ize ^oa~ld.wm a We ,_ __on't- k-e -tr or .ouse th W d w T om sn oi aa ;* S ^ SB S ^
agin Tae acben^ loazdtre^ ttmte asalto te.liti a 'c-^ arrivediniowa jcstoerdey afer- A~r ~
arcegeryo, emas t oi~g hn- t-i a A -ake T,
ampvlle of" 111-

t l a white men, fri ends of- Thed i s eir his Lif e b n-
tu etny ie t e r -w o A

w__. B h ael t rmed o see th G .M tcr the ne aro es-didte i saysE, : T oo or. Kingth on a on a -
n.t.aoto-harm them. So much New Discovery I -owe my life. a

..... ; n en wa caued by a y ru o b taken with La Grippe and tried aflr m yle's most. prominent young men- O B^ avl and wa given up and tolda I A

-; l- they m.ay thave -tri the he ifr Jacksonville to lynch the. prison- eould not live. Having -Dr. King,% -morning with their at girl y M s s" -
t is thirSt -with-t hemir bltod. nm s that- the mayor ordered all the Sa- New Dicovery. in my 4ore I -sent fort t .G-o-by and Parker,. and returned J
--yong mena. howee, have no recosec- Coonscle.. There were many ne- a i battle and baelan its use and from .without them in the evening. Come m E
T hof.h" aU enthi n to he firt "s begaost ge betteo andnrt -I.T-
T h c h t-.-the -r in town; but they mane .no dem- -three v o ttles was up and i -
-~i 11fti

s tionand the-anticipted trouble about again It is Worth it weight in A big rattlesnake was k-iled under
t nto thy reredd not torializea gold. Wew on't keep store or huse the W idow Thompso's house last
y-oung ;-. men will_ soon. be._ themselveS}- Preacher_ Beut_ was. lynch ,fort- without~iWla: drbe-oe & fIr( tr'ial at .VV C. Saturday by. Mr. Kirkiin. who said[ -.
gain They are. being lionized- here ,an attempted assault on the,. litte[ Walac's _drug sto r _e : -!t-hat it wasthe largest one he had ererad ] T l l m
and every-onei try"ing to ma_ ke.-tbe xni4ugh~r-of- y.. B .P t. -F'i I BE-TU1t-. _IN i TI) THE FOLD.- e~n to have. 'inlv -ix ratt-s. and aii i i-
omfor stable afte thei r f earfu h und dolla rs r d has been b o- Ol d . .n.r, Ai- ertn e a nti .t th n- -
'-ice :Both sem to excellent ered by Got. Mitchell for the arrest a "t W F.- -of. by- a-iTn "aent at.
were -unbl Gtoe tell: Thavxrt Lidud

'Itl wih m re Ihte the ho m e. itt pas n t tAwi tte d HI LL
--Y -i of_ __ _ dratedg t e Jw -;ra1onli the canrectiof medhill am it caamomountythtr rd-~
es ap d de t.thisoer ii il s t l, i hi g pi e, ea tiu ite .'v adsunN. M ll rhande e to 1 1of3 f ~ m

r.-hr tv Apalachieola. and. hats An;- a white church built by the Baptist of Macdenny to wines the Marriage of U *5E E E BB
A 'nhe k lc-~tr'i- l3iter. has: proved tki be-
S>: n b stated, neither w a a pra etieal thv ery I- t- -t .a p ermannt tat neighborhood. And across the, M .a N Iie Milier of that p! cc .
ailor, and their Ioat would have be -n je ur.a n tb- u. e-t dr-aded habitual road aad directly in front of- th- Jooi A.- -oit. .on of Jud; Hoi,, j JUST ASCOOD ORADd e ULT !
--i-" -" -- -1 ter v.- ... -tr- 1 cemetery in has returned home from Ocata. whr. W ARRANTED. PRICE 50ctS.
I&Y r -;va in harte.1 c "'-' 0a w a*re aftdietcd to pro- -w-
S -- .r.- .""-t a ncur v. bottle a nd ve thi- -. _v a ,w hi sleep som e of the hmo onor-. he a been for sm ne t..m e w rn LATIA ,It lar,.v1e .,
"Truly Providence "u-t have-dfaitr t;.x In cazk,, !n- and repecte-d etie of Alacaa the Model bakorf He I.. ,or bo w .f v
over the young mnaintheir daj< of -?ipation. -El tri m -- c- u to attend the fail term (4 ofr boo I i .a '*z S - -' -
ridr ftti and suffering froth" hung |-r i'in; the .i i t ;,:-; the e b iie } X thi-s spot a prottted m e ting The law ;-u t between La. -y V-r;-, P" "' 1. .
a d thirst T heir -ad rent re i anld he %:4, K ~ ~ ~ -~a d a gI~ i tS w I'h ~ : v m 1 -~
--T-r.. ;t .. -.. d-. ;,^,- a. ha ^ i car- d on for the p ata W.e. pain -ff. -and hhc th- -araz. def.-nd- -v u ^' .^.- -=, -t "-
m t :-r-mark a b le. in th e m a rin e a nl -. : -" xv T)Ot ei - .-oo d - an t. w a co n t in ue d a d f .a n t un -: i _
m-i- I "- ". an I-mLnfi e-nts W W al- -i., and to s-ay with -00-d re- ant- 3s-co n byr defe-ndant u.toA __-,,_.

IAlr -I-r TitKET!. I. A I.ti FIORiOA', NKW r'Oi . re made to the church, and soa-< of Mis: .. Cora .or.ey ..c.... at'-
-- o -* ----= - -th--- erri-n- and. wav-ward 1r- he--n th 1,. a Pw n
..c.i.oao f w upr en 'ourt G ,-- < t i" E.-.ed xron the e V. W arren. wt -oa _-Ue u--
ua lm- rt nt ,r. . itaatery .1 sien nah d strayed from the fold were taic .'n o2 I
A T NLA T_ . G a -. _A u g u st 2 1.- T h e O R L A N D O A u g 2 L M e n tio n w a s- bac k in to fu ll fc i o w sh ip not.. h h e r p r :e-e n -.-h- -cia.dcai i: .t-- BhancDh .j W
supreme eourt of Georgiahande"down &de a few day-ago of a big fnd of ever Unti the- ha- pubicv. ma-.- a -l:"f Tuesday tn- -v -r: r.n H IA G
-deeiou dft-taing cal p-er "I H It 0" -
a~~ ~ .,iio ec a a pe c et siecn n in th is state w ith wirh ch D -. f il1 conft s [.) of ibd r wroci: nur W \V ; H o i-: a a.-i w.r. : r- : ncd- "at. O_'L -a
legal. A yr agoa man named- Lore- RK. H. Peak' and others are experi- were they they "=k- n ---: a r h '. r N--rry
I t n -it -t i4 ,- -. 4 .-- 4- t !
joy bought a eoupoou good from At- mem tese as a;v- 4-
S ta to W ashinjgton over the lhieh- ment fr printers ink. and -the far U'-rt -" : : :;:.. ... i .. "
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o. mrigialy sold at Mem ii~ by the tor-.. B. H. K hL. washer of th- -? -v = .-- : .. ."-- -
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64 .. c -$Z -: The folio from the Savannah Arerrihle Acoidentoccurs oi~t An intere'tinZ ra t of Persenal
.- News is commended to the careful t te- .
..H.. MeC EAR t, Eitor a -Propr. perusal of Parents: A fi tu at. T _- i Ot. t et.eAug-oL-Mr A h.1.
_-_ ^- ._ No X .doubt the great majority of pa- a ng abhuet tre Densler ha.ouEhS the interest of hie
-ilk.._ __ _'__ __- thi th- . ...- esdaa ni h l -" -. -.0k
Office i Bares .Bloek. rets think they wholly fulfill theirwi m ay l t i par-ner. J. -a Shaw. and ieft fo. NeW
S- -- - -.. . !obligation s k to t d -- l" v rfc it in the deatle -
..ob 4U-aions. to- their. children when. pPe le i eo k- .- -f a e
U Lypabt ea every mwr l _- idbmtb lloth -food -Mid -Gn--on Ieft here after t'-e
dd d SU16-yuf -snec eerrye thU y ani-a iwteloThey, 1 .k adbuid E gn No. 44^ freeze aad Seutled in Newbern. N. C,
. oSlr t y1of 5 d re- r I athe aAn mra e h me ... The y th i. bound. w hic has been ha e H e returned l.. W- o to visit I s
- e t,---- a. e fu-- y art oft Unl ,a- aremodel Parents when they y cr o thee-rrenuun.- 1.v U, and d nh- &
_tespa fre, a year, $-0 sizx treat them with kindness and cratif arovertouthe rnv-- -d un is
.. .. none ... the Plant .. "- -
Yanio st es.trioyma ee .. -I e their wishes to the extent of their hi te- L m, ra ht : vTizt bc-ughtthe: stok -of oods belong-
sni- not .es in o mn ta ns. B t are they m el nts. Switch,' crashing-into -a tran-in o F. B. Hes.rand removed them
e-tlintees hand eveimsermo enta. eand aut are theykind mod the parents. operated b Dixon Mitch-, tewberne
-.f o n eery nen, whanar theyknd-inad they .ee entirely demohshig both enl I Ra 1. A- "0immons an-- wife left
B.esi fnor- displayed ademuemen one which they shoulve at responsibilities ck. .o c here Saturday for their summer out-
-ta ord oappia every stio Pretis hn thea, rd those pacltis T e injured are: ig. They will spend a few days at
Rates for- dislyePaermetem rens haven-.- C
-nw on a' -e -o- pn he n thos paeisCarles A nd rews of Wae. Paak ih r.i-no~ ohr
-A ll advertising btils eeome due after are h kidest who appreciate the maneri- o ngine -4 0 Waycra Pdlatka wih- Mr. Kimmons' mOthmer,
peaeo adver- eent,. uness -ude of these reponsibiities and en- e e at Birmingham wi Mr
n- --, tdeavor-to fr ,eeetand les; hands cut. oKimmo s-ter. and the rem inder of
3t nat. Parties not- prove themselv in Maek "c racken. -" -f] ). the simmer with s.e Kimmons' rela-
~w u to veus wi blb r UireC alsedntorpaywfors o fhe PiFrom their earliest infancv of Wa in Tu re
THE .WEEKL, Y SUi. the edti-on of T children are molded by their environ-- --ycross. scalded on t"v" tivinTupelo. Mis.-
"-"br .nS-pge4hoianndandent f They yield ril the m- eet badly eda: ma t Mrs. J. P. Hester is passing the
-- eu., r a s-page as-co -luf enest0 whT h tield re tobtect---. Joe Browln colored, of Apr- summer with relatives in nA.lanta and
eae week, oateanden-Ptsdeon, t extent theyyle, en I neer trairo sc4n Valdosta.
S. l. e -e.t -aWe-eklypaperrb.-e understandd the importance of a bried ors feet a" .. h hettieworth and fawilny. F.
I& Florida, and fle o feet -andulegs; Uhanmaycdie.

taypartf _the United Sfaes or Canadastudying the natures of their children. nkn orn B. Hester and family and A. Ft Milo
S-t ua se.--. ._ keein them in contact with n-1_f unnoM man. wh -s n ler .are now .,thin and learnin- to
L- ii" :- mint- adv s-omane.-hexmpror-I fl ec-that tend toiennoble and ne t.ramroad,&tay mnned ab6d- rid the h- at Daytona. "
Order e ; js gfe v tem and~ of Ieing persistent in re- 'd_ neck. h Iessrs. hbert and Joseph Ham
.. -jS iar K. F A..! pressing ev and objectionable ten-, f the M.tby i. Cutins T4 have gone to try tlmir fortunes in
THE-. G -'-' i.- l deeswkaehcropout in thedevelo-i Be sure and use -that old an11- Tampa. a ta f
ErF oa tried remedys- Mrs. Winslow':n.- l Z ---
-- h cor eib oof hnuacounty ..... i nySyrup for- hd n ," "-e t-.ueo

-e -Tolo mwith -yarets refuse to give the. Oreehn'le. S.C...
e le w i th. tie and take the trouble necessary -0 so.thes the child, s.ftens thc*s, : Clarence Bateman is acting agoent
-.n T- _a .. -. -- the proper train g of their children. i allays all pain, cures wind coli is for tie Florida Southern in the ab-
___________ twholyto the care of nurses. If these -"- EdSelfleft t work i Spatton's
p Ja rl sed off vf ryh u m an 1 o u e y Vi l e d o te -i ty-1 i e en s-ab o t e. E-al ef o o k n St a to

S?--, -- --. Inrses arewomen of good dispositions! Read my -notice to the puoon sp-ke factored in Lousville Kiy. "-
x-~ovateor weefjemig has tresine adiht p cldreIn have l-en arce Whi-ky. S. V. Du Notice oi aviation.
as city attorney f Jac. nvi... He a coart-el- happyy existene. STAGS GL1NT5. "" The fall examination foriteachers of
-lli ho i exlsv t t h -Their atu- sunny. theirhthoughts .a e Alachu.a county i..l take plhee at the
la prt : a -p ure, heir manners go, an, has gone he,,n t -r"blie schol building in this city
....-th b k_ fi_ -p -. -Ineydi pleaure in all their associa- again.. commencing promptly at 8 a. mn.
mes fweu Pillin ,Zs,
ah runwrc mheimp thte on of It- t Tuesday, September 3rd. ApplicantsF
- -A ,-eh- a -- i .. .. if .er m ust be ,- .... . ..
- -m- .o t ., a n..e....... n d-. -s ..t h a n a r r a n g e m e n t s ica n b e m a d e s u p d w i h e n t o f l e g ,
--_- _- _""e _- -rC_ ur theirduties withtheleast- th lehas just leaked ot that perpen and ink. The colored app.
____________ .-pngth Uk1 a yatdthea nn:.t

n- -e-.- _tron _le to themselves, the children Tree Oeed Pa Potter as ants wibe examined at te c
po_. t :0 omte t consigned o their care are ver apt to "Trilby" $2.50 a pe-t -s. building. Applicant will be
b. t.x _-.,rry in Al.achna county, be fretful, discontented, disagreeabl-e, neHe -Irv-ngwasnade i cuar-ed e hLO.
T e ood. are alri ady full of candi- land to display evil characteristics that he is said to have become more y4 M. HOL-
Wor l err 0o ae an toplofteal (if that were-. .b possib Sup- Schools Alaha Co.

-: -t h "f t h e p. os.m a y m o t h e r s a r e t h e r e w h o e .- | G a i n e s A g:...-
SIt estimated that if the t arecareful in selecting nurses for their The majority of the members l -
-enropof the, UHnited States could ,children? How many are there wan gJst Halay'scompa y, which o -I t I
pesld hea eilsu aaient Ipro- te t the nportanee of entrust- Ii as L u 4 for
.ld e .iientto rhiv their chiZldren only to such nurses J .neb th k Hodes t .-.pbi. A 'eri a c -
____________ 0 thm! Be Marcusa-Mayedeusethtod tikHo' asprlaI h e

vieery ihabitant with a ten-dolla 1as will exercise a beneficent influence1 a e
-_________-, manye m: o are, ther wh Blncrd a child piani. an c ,, Iws i

__ . .. ^. _d s ...'" .. e - ,.t ?- .J s i -a
Thecore rtechrt icr a I of f thiscatrfor
areledwith, soindi ff em Parent aborute wel he farefjorer. j I lwcoi.iCn
end. Smith, female sloonhe.chil drentake.thathe donot tak e-- t Reid isoneof tensthe PO-ih suerigge-
kepe, as dr wnd hie resngth touleoffidigoutl wether ory Bathemoangseann is acl wth ca~h

-. .er u n the- nurses theynemployareit--t-a aine tior ls t rest-iono Ireror h--
Tu ay- _Proide will hardly hav ---rge ,-bulolteihhidn. I Ior
..... hh biaag -or .emv-n e cre.u. Asd parn th notice their chll- ISeveral of the English ,aerae-1.-
thi~s~w~l.. fealealondThechi_ dree.iltendefncire ad are ar that MaximeElliortt`s thel_-pd
Ue r i urea m ost deo ttileon-bl!hab ts, i iencatnWom--.e b5,
wared offf orh'n-. --ho fw.of-them there ar who have1 -- *Ii
'the1y to-the other side. -- .b .-.itio? -
____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ ___IfL theseLuEdsSelf aleft to Mi


a tY OLKS44R

- $his eyes and announces a change of, the desired reform -Often these things
h eart-. H as go-rdbug delegate to do more harm than good. Correction,
the Memphsoveti btsie tat repeatedly, continually and kindly ad- yei
time he has carefully studied the finan- jministered, is the best remedy for the "p
- question and is convinced that the evils and habits that prevent the har- byCL
ecoiage ofsilver is the only sal va- monioos development a child's char- with
M foe the country.- ater, and yet how seldom it is that dced
--- : -. '- .parents apply that remedy! They re- T_
The Ohio democratic state conven- fuse to endure the- trouble that its ap- below
tes eminbled at Springfield yester- plication requires . th
- day. Latest reports indicate that Sen- And as children grow older their 4 estc
ctot? Brio i controls the organization training. requires the exercise of a tofm
.and that ex-Governor Campbell would greater degree of inte lligen Their to f
I-- omi.-- by aclamation. The characters should be studied and thor- .J o
- latter h given -positive notice' that oughly understood, so that it may be we
howll not *aept the nomination, but known what it is necessary to do to elaba
--- - -tect. insists upon his run- keep ttem from harm, and to stimu- -TeV
--- ngi not- unlikely.that, like Sena- late them in thedirecUo ofhigh aims fromi
tor HlMt. New York, he will allow and noble purposes. They should be
himself to be offered as a sacrifice for made to feel that at all times they are I r"t
his paty,-_ jct anv- .'* evr Aro
- pIri 'ty. the objectsof an ev preeat love and agent.
-- ---v-- .- -- Devforgetting:care. Cao
-- --- ---.o0 -o BK 4 parents fully appcateda th ex- was
'n i-.- '-- ' t to which the happiness and see- F. Hi
CAB:- thTnas cTi. i.t h e in life of.their Children depend QOI.
.. a.. election in the memorable u-on their trainin- t wud e him gi
-I M: e I O 1 I j _- -. e -. _: t o _t . In g t h eyuu lr l w o u ld s ~r i v e I f o u n
"-1891-was te-largely tot hemo ear-_.ti than they do to be colic
-'fhs-ni. ;at. up' y"^
..wily put up. M~int him equal to the r-sponsibilities they are _
by the railroad corporations- and ,_di.. und. In t i.ectothr children. dse a

be aMain taken are not wanting" Iti Propectors who desie good farming relieve
the06 -- -- Iofthe
-t -avie co.. tenton of the anti-Call Ilands should not fail -to visit Alachua I -
M that the-senior senator has done, county.. - - I ago we
- -. Cana o othiBn for-the people; - and he
Sbut it Is ee to again raie this cry sta- -O o City f Toledo. emed
ffln~tcttt bwisebr Lum<^ty. ^ family
eI-a~~~-16"W bea^ l"iwed3 by a^
- -- P4i9hi r .Icc io isan to bJie d ~ ~ ~ .. Ch~ y m akes oath that worth,
cl..- e, men who .:nn t refto the lie of men-.ofd Vme
"b^lt without =7 o tu f*t For sai
-- - ..." animosity against a the city o Toledou, conty and sta
-an---ea- do.:pe ",#j"Mt toad, that firm will pay DrinI
whomo te o hav tthesum One H.udred Dollars for Iron to
=-.--: --'__ -,e a --,-eich W every "i. of catarrh that aet.
-- .Mccimhettmatvcaert L xnno be ,tred b- the -a- of l e
-- itt"e di"culty in arrib-eC ta ih Cue. ea
lime at tbecocPorfn t#At Calldra"S ,, FN JCHEWUE Y. -
WINe ate th#;AWW kt AIA" .^ S~wor to Weore we tad -.aubscribed --
-ha" iL,, w-ou-l-- d immy Pron this 6th daV of Decem- so
" u' e -A sotat, muh &amt- ber, A. D 1-Af
'- t- [ h wf lw.w t t -be :: 1pT r i7
Lbeteal cipher.- TM es"Wbish- }sa -W. GL&As6*;q Rfd,

i~ al drcj
.mft ob the C-tien SaJacf e rotary Pu.. Sma

:~~~~~ ...:-- u a&& St"k,, u &MO. c.on -_" t he-blood
.to bien th conviction, and umtcom -- of "stem
S- that the __p~~ mdeoopen SenW for t free. ,
-u warfare upon the lo- r- CB Y &,C o.. too 0. VIM sat
- .a h,-e r - - rI S c d- I -b y
- o-- v iu.c i n th. .h o k.ow. a ny-th I i n. rS a P. - r i. c ip a l o f th e --
-f the situaoe that the te Pubicshool alAsds s f Wh"

cospotilon politician, and that the for Iaeatss AWd s*iW&t twoiun&.
-fght. is to be this time a o& b Lamees usualy results from a&
B s of fiar or other ojury, or- frvm rhe- ChA
- --- matsii. fw which Chaimberlain-- Paini
=- --. .--~ - -- -- '-is--
-'es>a t. & i & e. Sa d if u s r
knife ha. fed to relieve Mr. Calt o f and in a short tine efeef a I
biSewkaox a scap, -that is ao reaonJm >ent ca re*_ For sale 1y anl drugists -~axc
weilicine den1ev*. P r
-}o grins&twe th Ce ikovt Ree Lrts
ate hm tatrmu;n_ t t AL-.*- O VAL"
^.rlf AI* tl Mh
y^ : '- ." '' .- - .- : .r ; iij i u a T ~ s ss

LsB ijena myxstra, aOU Ta!te tM.ia *^ "III=m^uuseu
e D'Aie, .engaged to be Waas:atlastobliied to giveUp
. oMr. enry Fronalaw- HoodsSa a
I New orm* iy, oods S"Ia
r"acess Rosebud," an extravagana i hed me amazingly. I to
arles Bradley and Will B. Wils I and feel so much better I
music by Percy Gaunt, was po- j praise Hood's Sarsapari.a in
SAsbury Park recently. term. have not lost a d
nirt; bottle of Hood's." GA9,b
s flXVI oa is short and full I
the waist in the backaandm Alde w-.. N.C
a double front and close fittin Ho sfOi '1'e 8er-d
fi-tin Hood's Pills ate-
If plain satin, which is handsome- f C"
mumed with fine soft Iace arranged o ithdeal -1u
m a jabot. omt eal business
tyibh and elegant waist has the RICHMOND, V.
portion of thick silkj with No vaations. both sexvm
--..--. ."' -typewri~ligbaokkeeping+ Penn
pointed revm A ve of velvets graphy.ete- Englih hdeartme
tely embroidered in colored ilks. Cr _in helping s'n cents i
Q- -- w e v..... ..uff. `_ m fF s b o kkeeping ze
vet l.teeve. aare r pt Her and iletter-w iterji- elt
ho.ld e- to _el- 1 POSt--id-. Address t L Smill
ik BiLsmarck Whisky-Blood and- i BI- n Tn
t6 the system. S. V. Duke sole JUSINELOO 'D INER
niht when Mr. Isaac eee Gainesville. Flof
stopping with me-. 75ys YS-TO
^A1 a -PrOninent merchant of KEiYEi T: NA
rmwaster, Washington. I heard Bf T. TS-f-f4 R
roaring. On going to his room For ftrst-clma eakes tAd
Md him suffering from Cram- W Ell.storyoMMIdetv*
He was in gony. "i red -i morning. Seven tkket_, tfor
Hlei.s- agony I feared .e to order.- A shareof yo
old die. I hastily gave him a respeetftully oulicited.
4 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera--
arrhuea Remedy. He wM I soon I3- nP HPA'
d and the first word he utiettered W e .A -.-
"what was that stuff you gave Real Estate AE
I informed him. A few days 9-(- o o e g-
e wewre tafIngbr ut h J Oppogite Brown Honoe, Gai1
Swe tlk g ao ut .his attack e Farm land,. orange grovel
,said he was never without that ertry Phos.-hateand timber h
Y .now.- I have used it in- my
for- several year.. I know-itig SMITH & JACK
and .do not hesitate to recomi-
t to my friends and customers -.". _hone_ o..
e by ail drugzhts and medicine V hicago -Beef and
J P'.uanry ant Elr.
Bismam-Ck wVhi-k-Blood, and_ Lt o flardagpeciaty. MesIM
the system. S. V. Duke, selene of Burial es k

World's Fair TeSts All orders promiptyavetedd-
w,,f no fa =~~ J^1''^" ,--" T-<
-,-. i -lil 1RT. MCC

my notiCe i-the public on
ek Whisky. V. iU e. 1f ir Awsold owewy terms.
Jernixawnt FRftalrlngA *peet
I T.W. Dawkins, -,

a .. Propr.tor 4
H, ecried for -orJ- _-
X- : "e c to i ". ~.

k'oryg D5r CAa- flyc,,..m-
IL Hil1C, IL ft' 'oq'

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S aiund Lriatr i ir

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P=arew L nronBr ke
At Rhea-., Scald d,, 01
Sores, Fever S&r Jzemt
asm Scraiehes, &c ^ippI^
ds It t3 iNgmare e t. g" iab
SofasI. ave bees ,^red b
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infts
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotft substance. is is a harmless substitute
-for Paregoric, I roips, Soothig Syrups, and Castor OiL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhe-a and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas-
toria is .the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Friend.

Castolia. -
Castri isan e sceent medicine for clil-
Adren- Mothers bare repeatedly told me of Uis
good effect upon their children-,'
Da G. C. OseoO,
LoweU, Mass.
Caostriais thebest remedy for childrui of
which I am acquainted.. I hope the day is not
far dTstwt wnmothemrs Wilconsierthereal
interest of theirdaldren, and-use Castoria in-
stead of the rariasquack astrums which are
destroying their loved ones, byforcingopim,,
morpizine, soothing .syrp and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
:-eam to pr-anure graves."
D-- .. F.- Kn -KLS,
Umiray, Ark.

Tli -eta Coampany, '27 Murray Sfreet, New York Cty.

- G, d JOH'i J_ BARR, Vice-Pre Hidu.t-


Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

I --. $50,000.00
CAA - 00.00
t : e~t solicits ::
inMwith faftli-tiesequl "Ini"" t allowed L- speie :.
IDoes exclusively a banking b i s c lieseuo auo n. -.IKtme i -
the acountiSOf F rMer C po u L r l --s" -p -
--\ / A L !usn" _.a ",- -. -
_IwetI nerAl y An.e-

Castoria is sowellHaiiapEtohde that
I recommend it zssuperiortoanyprscipa
known to me." .
H.EL A. ACHmE, D.,
Ili So.-Oxford St., Brooklyn, ST
Our physicians in the children's depmS-
menu hare spoken highly of ther experi-
ence in their ouldde praetice vfth Caearla,
and although we only- bave amoeg ou
medical supplies what is known as repnarW
products. yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria las won to kalk with
favor upon iL"."
AxurC-t ~ a ~e.


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lja obc^mfS3S _as mnutonnot anpringmfinklaWI
The Lamb CoWt More
and weuchareamrfingi-v san -
bleu-ehotm eati re-OOM an sacb.
pteaaople eepc~aaln ei*Bu. Our 4 3eua
They Loo0se Custom
-never gain it-we simply guaraaneeB s
beef ve lmutton, lamb, pork and pa
try to be JugL a.webave rented. e
People ketp cuomipg to Us& OurstateummT
to do uiauess.calltthees yf _


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Bfc. C -F- SGaso Stoves

Geneal asi~nge ~IC ret or let. on teia twemv~e Plumh
'WrtteW the General Pasenmer'wkd6 Wor caraue to-V
y. Atent for Information. o atifaesaB Walor sel
e W. B. COFFIN, Gen'l Supt. i
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a G. ID. ACKERLEY,. Gen Pas Agt_ O. -
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-....______ R-land.t.1. JPat-ih. ; D -_rurgen. W J f Mose-ley. F X Miller.Thos Maek. Prince F x. Dalin, Thos x Harri UP, u
ToAlexauderX.-Wlsou and'a other per -te. Wi I -Cruhorn. r- Ayi x .aX'a-x. le I Hzv, C n H:nson, e a
sons interested: jr. T J`Th Wtrmn, W Knight. T R -Hub- Montgomery,3lo1. M-axed, John C- Johnson Ilte x-Hhrioz,-.inx
Take -notice that in the circuit court, of -bardCU T Ho-)'--TJBell.Jam'esD'E' Memt Charles 3uldrow, Henry. Murry Iar. 'Starling.x Hut, Geo X Hamil- L
athment againstthe said -Alexetnder NJ00.,H Woe .SY BA y-0W obr "~-L~ vLn.Edada LoP.LRiiF
-the foieth i tdkin tecircuit oFoarid fof L-bary. W- T Hc'_omT J L et.ake 0D0 James Mitchell. Sharper a March. Grey. to', SiJ sathnlt_-n, Edwlard a Ke~lley. |]
.i and'aini 1Cpenr, Nx31antiel, John, M u ,rphy, X ,R utlegge, Shed R utleV e, h L dv I -/
Wisou to recover the ssumof 1,a nyAlley. A F Williama S.R an. HenryJMan e on M rph a R aL
-f thnsaidWtt ni.-nR adSi-no -Toe.Sh:;ker J War n n i'so;rie-. John J March..-Jtsf lobv a xIelA., Conerins XD Tol W a-h-
sAlat.hua o -,Youiaretherfeforereq re tirnFr"H-, F H M M r ^ -xt Murv. Jni t-" N-e!--i x B k ey -ienrv x
s-; Anghet-yr FrnkBer H Finn*Y. con. Caesar a Murrav. M hty. xa Mis-our,. Itt-np E x Danzy. Ben x Hae, Frank l
said mouth, anid therefai notr or Jnda pG
Hm. V -YMde ntl- will me eme d- Ji bN B iclia K Miner.B "e- ..Siion M iller t G eCanjol.B A .mi. 3 e Neal Phil.. -A-. Rutlege. x Atithonx -
9t h 3 0 s i dW i i s o -t-E R o _e -F -E -R a n W J e r s. . H ,M cA-th U W S Ml.E -C .M p r'-til l i e K H u r s t T- h mto m1s o oante u
G- --t EORGE B. c.R[FF!.. 'Harp, Jake Mvly. j r.. B IV H Harp; G M.4ha lPinkney Knigler- Eit T-app-x .Jri- X Wasi n ton. W ee xaa1 H
t!a ri.Plt ttW- ea luU IE Maldiox, S T Ga-tylord,-1---J yert, H .Jah c -Donald.. Patrick Mc- Adldam x Coopt-r, Phil X Jones.. 0 AM a' oter me
- W-inter Park. Fla D- Lipfnord, J B rer-. S31 Ca tn, J Clelr. M'N-al, Richard Me- a Be Lundy. Sam Welch.-
lU5 I tO-"""- .. e---r A'~ L--. .. -nl %tllin i.mwi x X- Dave-x B ilcanon-Jn x Gren.J ox

leautifnulandihealthfL F or further inlor-i M. Flr-er, who, being dl-y sworn, des-- j JoTn Owens i w nr- .x- errn-, d Rnad x Jounnon, i A TmaanLn. .-,ot
mIat S-.addres, -- n. -oJ. FGR,. oCr and a- to teach an ever 'name Oieg, Jsa:Owens. Henry -ai Per- I R.ihar aJhnso A Wilia-ms-.
m Actn President.- m r a.le to, e foregoing. Petmton J... ha.t, E,1 x Pilulh-. Grant I Sison a KinB Aaron Burden, Eli j Ful
----- ---was theat and deedof the party pur- Play Gperkaie Pattrsnx Priuu fjSp So B B-tin. hEdl x Liinbrc, JolSi- gYH
MA&'fER'&~SALE. [porting to have sined. the same, and j~ayr G^ P^ Ptki^s Marrk a P-atmn caa Jrohn Mon, Jed x Lanmgj. ~ Jol
Cnde-t and b- virtue of a decree of that -said snin w-as done m the pres- ParMarion x ParkfAr E"D x Paulk; Wash x yfeM+ Henr x OSoi, Lewir x1_
Sforclosnre of a lien. rainie and reei i e~nc of two eredi- ,- x Price,- J A Parker, London x P -auldiaig,- Abrai xrt~ivis, Isaac ax Mil- j Firm Offers Mad.
A. eer y ud of tusie, o rtoa] ierr. pidon. C Pink-on. Geo Aber x MD Anthony x-l t
al cul Sro curin -id intur or -m-arks K, hJ Mi5to W xNth xnMosy.-jr, Henryson M1--
Floridla, th judicial circuit, i-nand for to iaid peauom . -V. F1KYE^ |R. u PryJae Pt-u. hrle.G s R"&. ^<,;
Alacha a Onsty, in aceitain cause there, ^yoto anal suet-The before mel o.-Jme lii-5C) dl-^. isnaRoisn La ipndn nte cacr sd fsiditi ugs <* x S$ o Richardso.Cd nut a l -e Radlln x Robinson, W~ Ril- j-1~ -11(
lpelndiBon. thae.- hanoery- ide of said tiii^Anozust 1jjt,-1+5. ton' Eichard. n, Cadlmuts x- RaHis. | did%_- RaiMlall x Robinon, W\ii-<,|J
c"Ourt, wenrein E. Baird & a J. are coin-- .al- H- C.DXpTO. Ather- x Rile', J.'-ph Robin- iaaz x Spann. Robert x tr, .
jil~ea~u-inantsa'Bd MagghuLie Davrrteridon anti fiJac.-.wen. M tti-onx-_x-citiev ila- Ts141n L

Dainantd and hMehanie Dareidneand D.- s- C"lerk Ci-cui rL. u, Jz- L Ranev, Jane? Re. Fr.l x '-a x J:ime. 31 C Rich. Ned xTueker, L I
_M. Davidaon, her h .sbjIdare deteml- Ranser Win Ro. W ilS. x -Rei rold. S'ireix arns, F-t)-XSGms. JA'hn x Tasy- I
anti,n 1,3.aA. Am aixs, special f- th..i _Y L e Wslev Robins on Ed x Rh-h;iraoni th, Edm ax Thoniar. Mikex -Wad worih. I
in mchawery byeatppoininentof the ife .fl "to. 1 Sam River. Joh x Robtert Sne- L Welch, AleX x Millert. Nelsn, x-
IPenil-ou- er.lrt, w.ppll sellRa6,S at public outcry, before ____ x averd x-N l
the court ho door in he ity -- Roaree. Nathan E x Roier.-on. Al-red r'*Ii- Ptet Ltiark x ph-e.. y,-ytdxn A r
t tv dnlaer GP Pri-,sMl I.. - 31 ark- x Jikt% mo x AJousontiF-41 La.. ati JU rnXl

Gainesville, in Almseuacounty. Florida." T,,theho ,rtt ,, ",f w t C Ro: i ] rchae,!oH, M. y x Rior, W G S'_iut:z. LFlie, AL os x G:Is- on 3londay. the 2l day of September. j m;s^ioatS. ,ofA4hchv.'i tu,,-ttj, h JohnFTSith.F"Fvke:-RMSrewarr,Fianm.L,-l:aacx Wil rpn, J;,l x Wa5T r.j -Fl
-1S, the -samn between the leal hour v f ,alef to..e nr o hfii.tdhrted registered voters o r B St-ndelt-. J J Sparkman..- JM tSVex-DS*i .AlenOxaPar SiE Xt.l Fx-
A.e2 the T B StingfellowofStJeparkman.I.'M-[Ter' ADais. Allen ut-e.Ati-. Nsnyia

Il. TAB:LI IEs:::X 173-

1B A C ]a ~t f

ville, -

- - I-"lorid

king Bsidne-3t. buy an sell For,-i'-- M- :&-tieex- ': g-
sof Blnk-Q. Bankers, Corporanions. F:i:a---- M er' ant-
eijved on fa-vorable terms. Special fi--i.-- f-r maVig.;
!lecionson all ac-essible ioi:Ats IE the Ui,- x- St&:es5.
Cotton. English Sea Island -Cotton Bagging
on Seed, Gin and Ginners' Supplies.
supply planting seed for sale direct.i from Sea lsiand, S.. C

s by Letter or Wire on Cotton Samples. .-eed or Un: Ftr-wa rdt-d L'.




$19, $26 and $33 Per

Toni F. 0.

A~AITZ!.iI~. -

b-~d etbiddi the foilojBw WitiedWarwx-i
i highest and b(t-bidd, the..foow o ectio- D--i Sriet No 7, of Alaihua oShelno_, 1 A Srmno't. Jim x ^ii. lwn, J B-x WhitMi-id arit x-ii xo. S An-. onia......- -I.. pere -t-
Seseribed property, tb,. it e 5 ,.dt Fori, a. herebv ap- lienr. x iSmith, Le]wl- x _t-io- -i, C.. C ier x Luntdy. J in x Div. P.tash................ to percent
tr t - '-41 11tv # " -1, hereby;- +'-- yr x -" i t -"er
Loth t ow o (6), biockl.teen .,1). nply to yonr -honorable body to grant i bfeId. Tom x Steven- 'at x Sp:nn. inanuit x Do,'l E Wiliam.. S:xm x Pho.-phori Acid 1o percent
Flr. dthe town of e- d,.lacrbed cty, hint, the'- .d 3- F. Edwards, the right' Stephiev x Stephen? Geo x Smiti. -iL. Ro-bert Newlrry, Riffi; x Fra- i - gSm-- ia .. toS p .. N
Flori da, more fully der( bd ar berns and lrinit to -ell l:qiors, wine and F A Sim on-, Stephen Stewdar. rct-k .r J :P Jones-,. Willis x Brown, Ja.- Phosphoric Acid.... 10 iot per rem c-
rin o-aeatnq4arr trn-porm1al sqthar- b ill E .ectkin Dri-.rict No -7, in S-tewart,- John x Shed, Simmons. TilIiuns.Jas x Turner, Sam-x Duby, No. aD-t3areju4 thefertlizerforOran eT
rangeLt, east. uot-er 4 Ltw of Florida. mon Smith. Shnimon x im Lewi- X Clark. Ed x l .ra x Carter-. J mtee tengreti nemakeea
Sad2 1 7oery o t: :.-Old___to_ _____ ____v_ V {z
Sandl ,operty to bee aold to sati ppY anroved March 3dh ADl" A. D 13 "Stuart, Smith, Sam-'l Xstuart, Mil- *it.4iu x Br..dy, Jacob x Brown, n.- -, bh p at, II Stu prul'nhul x BadyJco Brown,, -tgneb ho-phate Xblm, 4thich Mi
S. and- pay =-aid decree, fees and .toamt. t_ p ': -EDWARDS, ]ton Stuart, Joe- rnven, L6ndloiix an- Jfc(^uixx Brttus .MidUietonsB*.nnetr, midtflferentlmartoft te~tat~eandi-otmeex~et^
J. s A A""MOS " Applicant. der!, Charley X Smith.Arther Simmons. . Aaron x Db All ao corn and cotton ad in ver it
-31."1"nJ.A.AMMO "i "- - t --i-1 Sm h i Thoa Tx Sweat Anrri erdn. hem x Br-wn, Wm x Brown-. h --
-S.. .. .pe m-cial ....a-ter i .Chancery Ai- W" _. taliong, WiLion x Steavenz.FobtF x Wint xBenwtt, FredxCoon DxCoon' .la adptpigdt a Pu a
d-._-f l- k. j now. J:I Avera, jr., Jui oe Adam-, .VA h- Sher S n, to ,ni Dv x iaieds oUn t
Carter & Kmn e, ._ -^ -I t lx n e .^ ..r~fili I _'V _T i rin *= ..^" .^tt h ue oi l^ . ; .... t ___..... t ;.^,. ..... :. ^tLA -I lei~,X d~ .t ,^ ^ -M U.^.o^at t~i
b i aSolteors fo -Complts. erau4 liaher B J u J ni Ae n xcon Nilx. Bimmons. WHT l f. o" W -S .. W .... I X 11
rm IUKIIo9 jr +.. t : -
__edb W AIrving- A Bh. E r an. erm_, Ja B e x Sullivan I.hmael u Tap o, Oe" inn a e F r ''
oF-- Bod L k i HB xp 'rl0n-H h arled x"pph ip, -Following are thi e witne-D to de -- "
UIn. -b -T ve sigaire-z .6 W :oble,,- i O t r n-|? t ---*"

.. a_ eireit rtue Ot a final deto-re cheou nj J Burton. J W Bennxett Ferdil- -Thomnion, ,i'V, L -Thalo. uW H- T-,.l e I en t J E i er, W 1 I

i "-the lOch-day-of July-S95 Tin- 1 1.In, B Ai-chi' x oi nI J T nn, Jidi x & oi :,i C alarenc T r W-er
t_ m aoetherlure or- ig m onr t hae ae hagi. 'handx Baltyoer WlrrEn x- Buo'a 1 ..... a H. nr........ -hia A. .r.. x. -l aTEl x. OF. FL K iDht J Befr W ell Oper-
- lE .1 Sm ith ti-s comhdtat and the RIP.... il/aiUt"JtiitVd:1It- l~ne-I1
of cere-ide e, Of .i o whe. -n. .,Fand.. Brw, ,. E B n v.. 4eH Broo V, EF1 ram1er VIneTWl ip p V A C C T. I J Hamilton. W T-

rerA- Brd Hen' Wdi AB.ow nr t e JacobJ x A al, ke r op..EGBrWieru j-N' Bone- Terry L Wd n --i.) 1" hT

Spigil Ph-par cmpn, aco- BryJon es. on Bow, Waies AEv IJatoke War-^ AgwornAT. deo-. adwasthteahal
Ofthe-1-eru th I -f .l. .d. .. -Jb N.than.e... .. olinn W P aa W1 FI:rav Warren, ,S ve t th 1 1 0 NlE Gr.V E_
A^. .^lrsu oas il IB L ell. JD ahi Wienged, Gerg War d, Th o T-trn__-ri- p etii w stec, -nie
CIA teire... i n by. A ppointme.tof-ob"a'iley-, eB h Wre"li ofillia E p p -u ripr .t D Z hUave Cs i -nd

-aines vle, Aan -o .countylrd, 1ali.k J Baiho, Jaek-, n x Bo riin x Thip, aker. x WLT-10 AtRihr t es an t ha t There Warn r --zi
oin theodav0theddy of July, jS95, in -- Br s. w ood, Cahenry Wl. T h enryt -. W io r d-J eption.e- Tu ter, Wnr VU

r.dotW h n lre rCank B.W Carter, Wo A J roeki-l x William_ Thom Wiaiam.; -X JHa mton E T s Rl i. Ter

for, lfor eahr, thefollowing desiedy Jongh G C roto Ew ~cluper,WDudley W Jhacob: x Walker, Ed x Williams, --Swrn t phanTi usrbd eoe
eal estate to-wit: L t4,osec>tion 20; iadmern ila odan rm ilim Wse,'ie Wirn hsAg 13h. A._ A D.~n 1TPV in5C
E_ i s-ectain tant and the ler A L B Cridger. Nd x Brown, Ja obd C lin, B r- W Veillial, J-T W iter, J- a e x inXar. Gtr wo D A CH -C.bOn
.Spriwngfie ol-Pho-p ihe eompanv, n or- Barry, John Best. Joihn x Brown e B Wanew Wittiamst, diB War- worn depo and av at each aSout
- ration uaandler the.lAnrw es of q F artae if Th CaiB Bri, J n -Calon BeatjrLeW riln, yCi C Warren.. P W.Wx Aren, SH E 0ii

defe~ndaent, WHveic B1.DvsT~? T- A. Da-m oWilia -inx ilamJaur s nip ir mark aflisol to the tUMPUUN RWN O
deWm aent, I,; An d aot n lin- x Brown. H. A Bell.W C ar -r J on Browen, eke, x Williams, W s W tia Jin petition was-te an a E
_Wdstrin hbedh 4_ apin tment of Z ih Bo xBPfeEnle
terin ehaneey be-ointmn or i J B i W U, W enry, Jhn B Wianiel, PWin of ethe, .doiparty purports ang to have si-ned
ataid court, will esel atm ablie outcry, be ham Belamv, xGe Dur h Dud S arlren Jx si. al WD ellsQ uer sa e- tat sad inI a

---.-fryt egoda hepo -t~e DDbo .Cea x D-n~y Itt of Wilnda BeoJ Mer i__ an ie., -ad t Iat sad sigIin I wasIlA A
e rto the courthouse d nor: in the city of Browni Anderson x Boyd- Henry x 'L- d Wht onersW i on. peGreen e onein the- preniee of two cr-ib

Gsafsifteen e og the DeC er ilfori Bari on WiFiiams, whi, Andrew X1 4j-j White, Brown With
-. A a aostyFloria,' i tw Dlak x ABa r o lBeay, o, Walker. John x Wrilht, A Richard wd itae =s_ and that there waE dio fraud

S --odalAleah l- county, eride rh y aul, Bmown. pWirnalonin. L B Cn "l- .G marA aRAl-W-NG RO-
oSn onoithers sdoeSetebe -0o. J a rer o-odar, Henry DVell.,. TDenry. 'Web- tfubery or dWeeption L-Wli im anutrriy
A. "18a btween te legn houFsr ot G H-Duampbeli, t CCobb" S B 1 Dulle, W ster. MoLzbs X Woo. Jke x "Wootd.s.. ildiL uatures or marks to Rid peti-,

-81e, -.ther higher lan-d sigba.dri-, t h C, Ft01. DeW G Carter W .Ai. C Iol- lai kel-x Williams, om Wlliam. s o J.- t Dol --b."-,,
g_--- ents. ber eitaet sG aRur- r Ee Deio e, D W Jacob X Walker, x Wilia Sworn to an- Wli s eub earick -before o .- R a _
t-- estate to-- w ,th Lot b4eoni-_ or In e B Dike, W P Davi J DInrom__- William Wesley, TiYu W l li u
anwise-etaUi1nig9._ ; lotIand-Ian weJ.oh DXC.unman-- JoP Coufin-, W p. D oim. Williaens_ *"A. Worik Y wil-in lc e-,-- i I" of Hl-lll

rT oof the swk- sati north Coe.r A Fl Cleman, Thoesw x Chholanie, t Staeeh of xoday Bor Aes, A. QUICi. TIMErtT ALL
a f : d roer.t be oldDwi. S24-k herx-Dl J _Wi XChri*tiaAFirlank Camo"l FS 5 Daw--a -d mO .s-hod erie. hl n cap G s .. oat. wes quarter sons Richr JoDnre Alrd x ojri, Bori F.iE-Whitaker,-,Primu. x -Week ig A duar-ldel IIN Noiser...I -rt -

ra-o W-Cate 2oh Ln Css or markr x xe Wt t follioi; n T ios io e .r-

A---W. Coekrel l S,. tephen Da.i, cr .Jeff x Davis, .Lost,!wo.rn, sa.s tha~t ea ,ch and e .very ]m rS eu et u ur]- ... .... -a-._ +
-11 W C-lt, DudRey ___J__ilal Iae _& W1 n"t

-EvaInIaeBt,.ip oai Otsobe -ish S i Amonx Elark WA <:rIo x ther e w .p--t ,jlF i-ctio r lfrt l y6n.din s F-Ela ,"rJa A x Elithor, E, porting oma. sAnd ed the siafm^Ed at|prices that you ou .T -
c: .-!i~lba~n ,tlersdeligC wv a ok S pe Sls e,, io i, n procuringn said sign!1a -tures | orrz M EL R hinizcman .s.-
ow I ,rDii .TG

-_ Weto Epw ew o marks IY, to 0 hewreto. J. Fe. E Wateri T

Sa., i. --.A;App.Oe, teerr. 3 th: gamA Deaais a efwlar H WSen wo rnd y toD eand h and beQere nmean l ae.t laOy. chae X Walket -
We t ie -h-n derierit,.- Soter Feea, lW S in eryl,. CTlhare lrgi ed otFerDn xo Eein Riti- .tm d h ROwto. D. Aall "N -
k" nklin. Wlkex- WialisuhNed X
an ttir. -. :J m Frler. Fthed. w t tar d -ethe ta of rivir I W JL& h -- I' l

-pp em M" Fr. ed"- S -d,- DF e n e, J B Danis B F 6 orte t bo h oe-i ti J ak e W od|- t haForelmeannaiyo would,_. _---"--

Ta the wb-ar and 'oArangul toen i t-zlr# YO -Driver, _Doig_-B_ Pm la%- Matxo apply Wlay
" e -- bem|dllff~ll tap anits- mW Ga-rdd ne, #,W as., GRaha r, CDanr-e er f RAILROAD CO. 3ra- v "

-? ^S^% -?S[I^ % T ? I""- -- j^ ^l ^ ^^ M .
--xia~laiiua vun, B S God, G AF leson John i Tr ie fncet o rXotue T6om x Yoafua nWilte. j
Greg-. appeGrahamg. Wili-am x Green,, W a nd Di D. Chas.rlie ,ad thu rsigned Yu n F ffC._ July aces,-
_ltaW -propert t Ho g -the l- Willie Go rd, Jim. F oet-don- x Fenry r, giste vs ofA Eeci-on A.-D_-it !-I W- D. LL N-

S"-- __- ta e T".- si G aln-.jr.ieis GrenLa -n" qal m- fAt.iac-t repet- N oc A.hildLT i
TJanrmn, tW seuif Wle Theoi -St Ga e~r, % ADavoh,nJohn xjfu h-i'- ony..snlly applyteyuurnrb ebdy to enL capsWY;~ ~"--'22w~s
r3ftm n b nn t is r

a- o--o w t esi J E ar- &x Poren Du rham eW itd Fra iLFC E oran t hi thesai eC .o B a F )rLi titirll lt.a m ai I L inee. et .. al
S _on. l icit ors f Bale om N, all-" i|FC s, -'Jhn x Green, -rX P ompe ri and rilrle. t L F -Ed' 'a the act an -e of -. 'z -

Relbaift FK SndrsGe xic ge Godfry sacainst iebrh EiHenry Da-ree tathr- wal o s. 'nos frtud, bin er Ettor d vAaWv n w3vLvi ________

O .T "a R P Wa. f- LE .x Eraa .lO- J -, -i. L- +...crnu o L l R -B J O U. I
s. .-w..x uxau to aihr -Go r b ma ii tiere e-. .... ...

-- r -- ayS r 1 ) x Rtlred. .e a al. .. br x H f-m.a .... ne ... C L41 j _-_. _Ht S w. ..hp to- aLnd- cubseribe Ld P L W m o

U' G "*"O Shebe, MeCraven, N Axdc k, W Kb H*) iarl.The -rudi AkSr R1341 Lawsof- Florid^.y appove Marc -LY$v ^ Lv Fe re1! Lwl^~F^^ Lw^ -1 -\ -1 -- -\ -T- -
Muorni Be aHrris Cae MCBarr liBnHape ASE 5S- Bucinsn, F Hughes. 3dh 1~5ais. B C. xCid. EDELIN xelc. Lrv^T Pirger-tdi LSvLT CO D SE -
-To.t. .. ..... B oa L t n-' L v -. H F o L_ J e ,. . -h X-
WladACrJi T r T.amri Cyru-j1*idcan...l .i-,__ --T Fre iz ____eIL I_

_lr I. B to J rl _v hK* 1 U th- i ricoK x t;u .Je. fa xr l en ryxx. Da+'.Joavy, xf Bro #im. I-utf # x Fire "Ls 'I-_ j ._ w, r_ .',, L P .e ,.-& +, + ,.,
is-h- TtOl mnd J WZ Porner B HIx FJ x Iira Ta A Etre x ix I A s A - .. .
W K H. Wh u de.Jed stree3 J 18 r-. IW ... r ... Frank x o N- W P. Kn itorht. h S tatle.. C Fl i da ... k s Lv Lw .M. .
-R- rd- -. i Warrn luarper.. o S o1" -lah McoY. yAorurew x- L vn o l Lv .-L -TeRe ry- _'I"

-.- ?dou ,MR K hHt r b-o.o. r,_ William U H'tall0J, R ~tich rd-n Hmhs.Jolnifu C Wplkteor honoGWaCrtber FoEto J~oL to Lak I.'-i-n-o .3 -vy 1ip.. -1 ,m~ i ,
nn Welen Hl, Chald a Hicks, Foxn Fn Chil1 B CriC I W,

Cob-Pr-k----,,Jae Ndlll. Hughe, _ljaalms "m Hi-1- at Fiher. tenr m Warre. Sani.x.t LvLv .,__+, ,,,,++ ONDENSE 1
__.._________.______._-_.___________..___________r_____--____-___....__ ..... .. ... . . .._-__.
-J. a Jer r W. It R- Gar d . -X l. -ah. o Charlelots W C ell .N L B e tt, K XI L J r ?asa- .

u W lA2kH.Jr A Ar. W3f- An.a J S ood- G- A iER Llaf. Ma J.. t
.. -D i x -.. x aJa .rat.. Gl Tuin Ste it"-i o the- -"- -
-.J . .G H .ntr e . U1Df Of. a.n x LrJteHB$n,,- C..IL .. ,La -._

al G D .....raham, Wilgliam*n x .ma. and J. Dr- a i:8 e-, LK
a i T Bra Ji i 3 18n. --. H "l. Frnn 0 "1 a "an-
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caGBkr hpad atnes Huh. Ueii-renrv ymsx6m o6o Aahccony l. e; ri o *1
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Mr. and Mrs. P. 31L. Oliver have re-
turned from-a trip toDeadman's Bay.
Mrs. Cohen of Savannah was regis-
tered at the BroWn RHouse yesterday.
The city council made a lame at-
tmrpt to meet last night. They will
make another effort to .meet tonight.
CThe volunteer fire department is re-
quested to meet at the armory tonight
at 7:30.- At this meeting a thorough
organization is to be ierfected-
IMrs. E. W. Way left yesterday to
visit relatives in North Carolina. She
!ill be gone -several weeks. Rev. Mr.
Way accompanied her as far as Jack-
sonville. He will return today.
Ed Furgwson. who has been em-
ploy-ed by L.- J. Burkhim, has left the
city. Before leaving Mr. Burkhim he
stole a pair- of pants and a pair of
shoes. His father paid for them yes-
terday. .
Sheriff Tillis returned from the
Waldo vicinity yesterday. Mr. and

of t

-Harry Lewis returned with himl
latter is said to. be insane.
couple stopped at the Rochemont
night- She will be examined- tc-
by the physicians-
-. L Sear took charge of the offi-ce!
athe Brown House yesterday.- Mr. i

.-eial-Xen and Thinas. -" Sear i looked upon as a model young
Mr- N.- Pry or is- vi-iting in Waldo. man and will doubtless fill the posi-
r: J Df Cloud of Newnansvillei Ion very creditably. He has hereto-
.. e fore been a-_ociated with E. Leybourne
r.-A in the cit estervay..
s in te y d- in the vegetable business.
T -:i r \3a bi 'olu: cd ioisk-" pic-i. ^ ^ i ,
^-, k v i. Gainesville is not the onlv town or
P ein- piale in th- United- States where
4-- Cty ,e11p .8 cents the-.lar-. _Itroaible has been experience-d as a re-
Appi _o P O.Box 54.-. -It ._-ultof impounding cows. The stock
J ir. and -rs. w- F Rice f r law passedby the Ilinoi geislature.
.ocndfo were in th, cit yesterday. le'd to murder recently.- fhe pound-
=x-Senator J. A. sx.roxh 4 master of Stonefort township was the
E_ea-ir- J---A.i116-
.c*cta. a news ho-:ise Uear.Grove Pa- v -.
-he Southern EXprs company i -Ex-Sheriff Hillearv was in the eityv
i he _"stuthern fc1-\xpr<-,s Compa n Y s_
haiTn bat- litt fight at present, est.:rdav. lHe has just -returned from
-han&!n!6r bat li~tti** Lreight. at present. , ,, ..
.. his old home on Lochloosa lae, where
_,v. J. W. Andeson, colored, of -he went- to make arrangements for
this-- city has -on on a visit to moving his family to-NewberV., where
Herner, Texas. r. Illearv is in the mercantile buwi-
.- ; or 5 room house jne-ss Hie speaks very. highly of New-
nt-r square: ;-first October- Address jerry.
1Aoc B~ox .32 C*ity.:-
c -o Ed Slaughter and J. E-. Welch have
"Mr. nd ^Mrs. Marcus "4- ft y.- y,':0 -Lpi^te the work ofrecover-
terday for Ormond, where they. will g the court house roof. They will
jour~ orthe ecowers.housteyiay
.tj-r for a. few we. finish tAoday. There were only two
W. E. Baker of Melrose called at very slight liaks in the roof during
TS S? office -yesterday and sub- the last heavy rain, and that was
',ribied for the weekly edition. caused by the wind which blew the
is nd ofin K e water under a lap of the tin which was
Miss Belle and Coarine Kellev and n, sodrd
,_,, __. ** not soddered.
-Master Lee Kellev of Windsor are
v-isiUnt relatives and friends in Geor The Florida Southern railroad --is
a-. -.doing extensive repair work upon the
track from Gainesville to Rochellp.
Tired women need to have their t Gnp eo R e
Llood pr-ifm.d and enriched by Hood's Nw ti a e put down in many
places and all of the weeds are being
-Saprrlla. It will give the strength cut down. Standard gauge ties alone
aad health .. ..
d h:et. are being used. It is evidently the in-
1 The Jan Christian Endeamvor So-i tentio of the road to 'broaden the

-~. : -^ efeiy t i gvito IL U0 ZBu LA 45.120
residence of J.- P. Bauknig htfriday
: -, a fernon-fromn 4 to 6 o'clock.
b6 Stolen, near. LaCrosse, small bay
maare, natural pacer; saddle and bri-
dle. Reward if returned to ]LEWIS
S- CLE31X, LaCrosse, Ftl 2wl
: MiMs LUllia- Pryors dancing class
-w was -giveu its first lesson Tuesday

Mr. Georgia Anne Weather, the
oldest -colored resident of Gaines-
ville, died Tuesday night. She was
born in 1801 and came to this section
when young. She lived where Gaines-
ville now stands when there was but
one house on the town site. The re-
mains were interred yesterday at 2

niht. The class -opened with four- m.
-199 .P.-._ U-_L
teen students and a prospect for many Dawk proprietor of the
-m :City Barbershop, has added the fourth
"To RST-25 acres good, cleared chair to his tonsorial .parlor in order
bammock -land.. with good housm!
Shammock- lad. with d gs. honrt to accommodate his patrons. He has
c abte Ou -t ildingQ,-.near the F. --O
- S6-A. -ad rair Addr in business in Gaines-
Farmer, Micauopy.. Fia. vl fo tw-ntv-years and has a. na-
- "/ a n" ': t .- ,e ..rr tiunalt?- r ,uta ine as a tonsorial artist.
-NM(i 'stv; eha _v-Var ,y [Hi sh od to non.-i 1..-
UHm!. Mrs. C. I. P.-rry i proprie-l t
tre. The building is the old Sunny- "d -
-sde-hotel which rs bemi repainted Tnhere i. -o e tal of oro-an izing a
anmi thorouihlv re-novated. tock coImpany for the purpose of .op- 4
.- .,. ,.-- .% ,- eating a steam laundry in this city.!
[trty of Galne~rv 2c!ltz-us cim-)= -- --> Y. ,_
_-.rty of n -ti, -- \'a-lnyeverytown the szei of G -h
oL. .iuML -:.-t, -. X v si-eessfully operating a laun-
Da- V -i and W. n"',ed a h drv and practical busins- men say
ilh I N -
thetr t tV- Cr. "era that i-t wold pay, here- At -present
-t _ .er-."- nGamnsvill is paying Ocala a neatsum
-.- The city ta-x lo will close on Ieverv week for doing her washing.
- -pLIn.i 1 i-5. on. whichdate the de. -- _-__-,-- -
i -- . . . .. l a d v r t-e t.. _O D D S A N D E N D S .
Pa- your taxes at once and save the "
-xpesi4oft a irert"lQ- J. M. DELL. m are 70.000 eeeeers i the
2ity Tax Cotit7. ai l7 .Uinited States, and ey own 2,90,000W
Slctter rtAtvl_ in til- City Vte- stands, or hives.ofbees.
-AI stAted tiat the CS. & exeur- Almxt all the biggest London and.
Siot, traPn f am Palatka to Atlata r- ovicial English papers are printed
rd in. amptoaf Monday -eveninv-| with tiwer lv .eh es teJ d with p-.-s- a ne of0t1 e wo-4st saloos of Bost n
-"I tJ fo-rllwinig placard i suspended: No
W-r I ladis z emd with drinks at this bar.""
iuesvilkrd'"evvn Tl Tol C*s6e the sy-t
i~lmtio4ite ^UTher is -nt ^^&yll.v --,Iyr^'il~w^ coiy
e Sed yot rdrsw- em a* w : F" rw v"
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Virginia College
Opens.%5ept.12. 1,4I. One of thpe I.aditD.
sehoo s for young ladies -in the south. 3IM-j
uificent building:, all modernn impr<--,--I
ments. Cminpns ten acres. Grand rnirn-
tain scenery in valk-ley f Va.. famed 31r,
he-alth. European and American teacher'.
SFulleourse- s uperior advantages in-art a.'
musie- studentss frolni twenty sta[es-. For
ecataloeups addrt.-ss I h preie4et,
W. A. HARRI-S, D- D., -o-Anoke. Va.

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^^ Golda iae4^f^Btalbe\Wf
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we 9^ wheme jexqelmai=v-rroftift '
If- afe.. and ~tagtjc. AdiiWras.arae~d 4e.
i (^ t Bsam. fee iMt liaz. totam b ais-I
T-4amlu." sM Pape--.
PeAWre R'S

Cooper read only his Bible and hiU
prayer book.
Caar Borgia had -a library of works
relatiitg mostly to art.
Baci was no great reader, but much
enjoyed' books of jokes and funny stories.
Hei'e.seldom read anything but po-
etry, but he read that with the most
[scrapu!2ops attention.
Labltehe, the stout basso, was a stu-
dent of'. botnym_-aud had qcite-a collec-
tion. of botanical works.
Rannah More made a collection cf
educational works and read extensively
I on the line of female education.
Pcpe Adrian is said never to have
read any books but the Bible, the
works of -St. Augustine and the offices
of the church.
Wesley's principal reading was the
Bible. He once declared that aChristian
should be "a man of one book, and that
book the Bible."
Dante read the chapbooks of his
time, and from their pages and those cf
the monkish homilies gathered the lurid



CASH vs.


Credit;as wi(ei-- nti- ns->]ut eaLh haIbuit
small concerns into.rominence. even away np in mil-
lions. A svot Cash e,,welrni en i.nnd will s ll to weklv

PAR K ER'S |I ---- . . . . -... ..... . .^. ... ..v...>...
ARi -K- RS. I customers. 3 to 5 per cent. cheaper than the man who
SA takes his chances on weekly credit customers: Five
Super cent seems smail to thie average credit customer.
Kgabtt~lstgi 1but it would be a saving of 20 per cent in one month
a'Eeeland 2.60 per cent in one Year. That much saved is
Bior-1-oi. that much made. With thle spot cash just that much
j can be saved by patronizing WIMBERLY in the Burnett
j block. Give him a trial and be convinced.

B Kowling Green Business College.
SBu.iness, --short-hand, penmanmhip. teleg-
rapnhy, etIc. taught. Beautiful catalogue free.
Address, CHERRY BROS., BowIing Green.
Ky. ous-awlin

Prices c
To Suit
The Times L

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Wholesale and Retail

Tinware, Paints, Oils, Farming
Tools, Barbed Wire,

Notwithstandignthe ad- G A/,. Aiuin i'on n. s. -"p-.".
; .... : L mm :inITon M1 3111,! ,
vanceil the prices of shoes :--fP iJ!I. :. .,'r*:.
"we are prepared to offer E. Side Square Gainesville. Fia.
the following enine ;_unbar-__ __
gains .as W- p heavy ,ALn 7
o orders fr shoes ,f every |lI ,*t., 3t! u b& S30 tei O
::. ;,ti a ed btle rse
cscriitijn lbe or tht ie. i GAINESVILLE, FLOIULDA.
W e need mn feV and tie ________
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Lb lies l rhl' ionioula, pat tip, rirn C. M. ACKEiM-N, Vi,:e-Pr,-... t--.' i! -M i. -.THRA \ .k t A--e iour ^
50A-:o ri -1I to $
Lailie* ~Lt *loglrdo"'la Cum.~..} thipw Sv li 1' aR Umr p
1.50: o frrd3 ro S 1 1 0:
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Lalies- C. S. a opera ltoe, buunoi nalm-nt Sek- t 1 a 'r sharr .
^2.-lol)e- fl; m.;n' rpi-r.= iveiy .
Latje,- tan paat, olera :-d -quare -r 9%rr -mtrH-
toe. oxford- *1 Or T 5,*1N, ST2CI ?t SirMt$ L!.
Lazdie-s India kid- pa. tip. bumtt.' i8 3: ,[ ,u -
shoes -i, r .z i I for
LaiAskid turn, bow opIera- slip rs ;5 W: rt tor l'rorectius _:l Bv- -w C,,rr..4 .h'c 1 niit -A!ger.
., _.r c'iVRMAN.. General Mlaiager.


Ocean Beach House- J \ I

Now open- for nests. Enropen plbu-
p^nn-. froa "' *. "t -,-. V Wo'uld like
to- !l, as I wlsh t og north- HI.:m-'e c'u l-"
run u.xuntmer and winter. Pny.i&! ovti in- -
ter-_st, I-. DEWEY. P o ,-, Halifax. Fla. ..9im

James Bell,
R- Silc Soinare.-

rWv--ilt. Fla I

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AA full and complete stock of Ilyier'-
Scelebrated candiess"
Agent forthe wo d-renowned Water-
Re-opens Modlav. -ept. "I" ")5. j rn-In fountain peu.
S aug t l17 aw3m All the leading papers and perodiaL. A

___ _____________________- Potter Block,
We Have Completed Taking Stock.P r
Only First-(
NOW FOR BARGAINS. !to all insurance

All Summer goods at a great edu- etian. 'LAUVA

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For the bst t 2.25 ho' to-
call. a.n dl ee e--. R X.. irnI n A )
call and "
J "T : K -Y - )Y V: ._
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Room is Wanted

For Display and Sale of

-:-. Incoming Fall Arrivals.

Piles -of Summer "t have to'
%VwImdle_ d own-disappear entirely

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arC lie trt r(-la wlll 1|.a iiit -n 14.'t ^ha ii.j
are mark;*<--f,, insuanee c 5,*-_.-,,,,i. w;'l it 2l <:a~ .
10, fh:,;iHt-5,c. cei<. The ,inalitie< :-.a-ne fi-:,m -%

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SWest-OSider, Tailore.
~West Side of Square,

r~ ir~Accident. 5UN8 ~W--

And Plate Glass Insurance

'i'ON & JORDAN. AgcT,,

S: Gainesille,- Flai

Class Comnpa


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)ffic& Ai Aiachua Co0

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, : Life -:- and :- Accident; Insurance

W. Siu.e Squa-e Gairet's,.Ae, FRa.

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