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 )
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Related Items

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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whic edence to
a yof it rkind i o h aving, as
it has, t e reputation of numbtering
*mong its graduates more men of in-,
for y, other school in the
S "i r'one of the ablest
it. nd faculty of any
Ssch ~ ~' h, the East Florida
go A fail to attract swu-
i parts of the country.
whole the prospects for the
kool terp h are brighter than
p. It behooves every patron,
F rt very personin the county,
tbA iorth'their eforts to help
this .grad I. veWment. E
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Spleasurepatppear in print

Viilms iof this annoying disease will
Otr syostgr benefit by taking Fov
l-s' Honey and Tar, as it stops dih! -
Stbreiathingimediately and -heals
ie i:' na m'edair pasages, and even if
S 04 tihoqd fai to cure you it. will give-
Itant rellef.i Irenimber the name,

'Will Improves vabiery
N-aty PA werera in teooreeent y 0-,
17 Into thie stible building vacated
g* hoe Poft ed io thor ouithly
g weeks one of thOe leanesto S"
ta lbli ii4 the countryy. Tie
itiol newnrigs -whhdi will b:
'o a. yO it *adeto. sitd
SAtpOcUeoit will gie

t B 'ero w. wIhen I
t1 o *s* *ta e ba LS

oIb.i g rates u 4r odi t o ra.

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way fate hr .a.r f
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a. j90 ; ,tet b' arid 17, 98.
Limit-itloatlnuas p gea g
oni4titopsiiontWr0it~ uach oou-
pon of teckest t. befaed -"eooorid*.
lass, n.ot good iini parlor orp sleeping
* Here afre-gomet ofahe .saple orqip of
he de tti o territory
41 segitables and s.'mll' tfruilQ te grape fisp oma
pUI~p1l4.: gtpefrit Wt 'oitros Od t other fruits, whlat, torn,
oatia tifd 8 lei' irafns, tobteoO, cotton,
The policy .f teAtlant-io is to toste deelopmeno along mli
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Nort~hero faimers .are ignited to
$w& tor t eti t 4al abo'

Watch fore aOhil- ... .
Nowtever slight at th.l ne'o- of year
aid I thi 9liixnM) li i the firirunot~.
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One-Wa, .attrar ,;an' U.u. yrp
iome 0htoa' rates.
Th. .8eaboard Mi unei*.lw ,y have-
atranged the (i1lloIg atteriowlve rat
to Manatee~~trltai'entown, elleutow aad
Sara .ota* .l i
Frot Ohtio Rivr Qateways.
One-w.A *ettle' tinckt satdor
second class. not goodie PEr or
sleeping cars, to b; o4 to ilpo t
on the U8. i .IS*.)40..
Co. lie rat aes bleA 'oii."hat a;
firse-eoass limited tre, apss
TIokets will be d e
third Tuedr$I of ea@ i r M
including NovembeW) 1 O
Hoet saker' ~xSifMlt to i B o
parvishr ailntb, I d&tt4* R'ro
(agency stationis1. st :fte, ps
$2.00, for throdeodi4 ;. 2fke *
be sold on the frst ,i d Tat4*15
of each mo~tih, to ai Indudig o
twenty-one days from date of Bae.
Tickta will be good to t 4p-er
Seabo&dnAtr lA rti.W ,aontt ioni
going odru i m lt. l l. ft-dai-,1
have Issued some TAir .
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li peopIe. i b Nrh, Gaines-

a otvzded report~i d ligiht-

3:1.i0t v wy w sB l led 'o W h !"a
lay'tt eteo.nd"Mr!". lIramo
w o i# l oit Il.--i'e jDpctor

sAtWH ;* .unt: of Iess:, ,
ilS ati (pg6eant biokkeeper
Id. f'?"* o-Hn
mi( pKotei'n .bblepr

LArher, reI-
day. I ^:

h, the clever '4repre,-
im"r of 'he frmn ,f
"h. wholesale grocers,
S tIva city:.i Mr Lynioh
S Mti departluretuday
Sl tVA wia tlrpertas T
hh./M~ii~l 'h'ave wa''~nts&AA* ihf

Ott|' N4fo*r tmotI s.
jI t betray asit:n. Ds. dwards. w
q~sateiJkhe e litoir6h of Waldo ., OTAn g
to 1*9 1Ztuplne tom t t oisi1 4to* t o thi city esterda.
>k..Ie will.4 set.ra r. Ma.ttatiea' came to. said' his pre
..iary ea in f.. ...:r the alleged ,a-"
'.y of M. J. More of l"re- sat oof Conduator Singletary of the
o yesterday to 8 f t p IN e aoardL Air Line rallway at Archer
.. ..o..r has ".eoed re eintly, but owing to the inability ,of
It Wolf o den & the plaintiff to appear the ease was
i s. 7o' .: poStponed. .. ..
S5 aSt i~ ti! Ntice -Having 4.op to- locate
i id :esr 5 elsewhere, I repetfully request tho.e
SI ii8't k i h ; J:hwho v ..naveiil ag t and
;oO 0tiep.l e, or 5'm, wrk~mitebh I not satls-
h)itti" ..g oft. the Dr T *ison will attend to thiso
SSheld at h reading %, i'.id is il ta iat oe to,
o elon0ak0 0at"wtbh Qr' p al *on im Thank.
a. U tfi Alberal', patro n ae

lesilid ,The it iz-pertaom ...

Allen, if '-outh ..ork,
4Was proaentel a ttaks of
She ttti 1bhamnbel-

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a *esildenoi-t rifeify a mse i i
,.ty Dr. h. hi H. .4aeii. hl ent-t
baoaaldemed tol removSa sAos

(kT. ledmpan, 0ne f the miost
S ir. sPloron ais
of thbe Univ irliy of Mar.
ai,4i "s.ate. :Re is a
d moan who has many
and his. friends' and pa
I rgret'u 4 see him leave.
,O !*i a wvel estab-
ere is no doubt

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, T.... Qy4I'hg: m fIn lis m .known
as '4,h rtuorndo. imfrm Ohatma.
*hoochee6 -l.h(e hab been On a visit
to rSlarlV-,Ait 't, hospital fr th.e
insane. i th frnt ha oh-
asrvation f rom m oai Windws tile
ctops throughout West 'torida re In
bad oonditjpn and tuose planters with
whom he talked *w'*r. o0- plilnig of

the vietlm of a paliniul sitdent, .e-
ierely mashIng the flirt Dmligr of his
right hand, wbth has intriferei d
siderably in hIq work. W.- ..
wounded menlber is slow 'i, weMovep
4ini, Mr. Smith is endeavoring to .,tro
itlog:iand keep up wlth his appoint-
s a* muoh possible "......,,
Attention is direted to the advsr.
iimelntof Phtifter tOB.., New YBk
Ua.wket. which appears In this i'sl e.
i ftrm i too old d favorably
known to require iu! trduotfon, for
they hayoe t k deiing in. this
many rett. liewMero9, w.ll st0
uthat on riday4 and Satday, the i
isl8thg oost. the wIll qeaadt theIr
Br** mlndomsittmer a-eanczs aule,
1lh aia s ezxcellqne bargains in
'Cvrythli th1 e na ibaWdlss.
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l:k. BsIlCtt*Orng. leR
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I kinds an a prie
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rb'l.4 t*llprpo v'i'" big innvestment for

nd t ha'-accoftil, 1 -b he4 i ,mb.ood i.Wor
for phsoount '8 ma de eTa Iun'a
agreeable call y eda.y ..
W A Strilnd of aradeon ,f

aeetlon and a poreislve m'an, Was o
fvistor to, 0dind yide ye7 e Suzy.'it,: M
tho.kland is on-of T of T seiS vfialued
soub ribert who has re eztly had .he
jmiptort ne of tirre il' In reoeivtng
thi paper, Hel tate thathe febl lost
who. The uri fal to ne ad
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The"hot summer days are 'upon us,
end In or order to iZven thing -up a
little, and to ,gain treat our customers
to unheard of bargains, we will on


AUGUST 7ind 8,

give our Great Mid.summer Sale. This
we will make two of tlhe greatest days
the olty or county has everseen in the
y of bargain-giving. Prices hve
been out 'right and letA and ain every
department. To miss this ,sale meata
that you miss the gtatest opportunity
of your life for purOhaaing bargains.
Remember our sale 'days *ill be

.riday -wd Satirid Aug, 7.8.

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Special iAvitation is extended our
co ,ntry frie d s.. .. .. . '.

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SSSIH..7. Brkbl's ::will
4 Mdys.'t0 Se, t:e goods
Sik. *r.4 .Bg(W u0. Sr lg re; aPn~qfg the : lsitors to,

ae progrqsalve youn.^
ari? l^ wasiu the o l
li;ek l reA.y.W

he o ia growpere of that eodtion,

B fnitag the the York Life Insuranceo
0teaity Ira ^itor to thi* elty yes.
Ladieastebtd J^ 'hose ,Monday at
Qo. All o 4tI 'od will be cash.
Please do not R to charge them. L.
:r. and ire. Ji eC~ies t of. Ala-
chm.a were vialtort, this ei#c yester-
yr Tey geW. etist of oMr, andu
.'. W. a T. l Wats4rs. lcas .retiy ed
from a leasant I'lql to her'husbnd at'
K:Ikwoq4,. pdkii aret g14 'to 'w
o e her h.' bome ag.o.
.'E B. Go4Io of Zg .h S P$ie was
among t'he vittorst o Ute qlty, yester-
dtho ltjf olew"ig w n -

s~ss. J. W. ^e~ol k m Go :
r '. Desheas of Waldo was among
the promninent nionty foks o vitd
th Y city yesterday:' e ade The Ihn
he agreeable call and renewed hi U-
sorlption to Alachua oointy'e luminary.
Qhief cA'Athur of the Gaipesv ille
Fire Department deatre- The S, n to
state that the fire stastin Is connected
with telephqxoe No. .7, and requests

derftul .epret ion afhis' Wonderfg'
alV:e, ;end the Aprise, sinoe
the mnedi.ine ilahing tI ol
'gol, $le yest:yi ret d
for aoeveral-boriesubl h re'psira
tfr*m iFalknier &, O'int, drAgitaf
1B.1oxI, Miss.
Rev. L. foA_1re of 0e,)od
Christian Avo pe' id tedr. ye te
day for Id4i.,: where this..- a rda.
be r1 Utl ui(?. .appolnment, ga t.h
Metho4st charc This 1liewi^gn ev^.
Moore ,1' p*0so' bh .a the' 1ioi4,dat
urch in Oraniije iLake. -He is aitoroe-
fil speaker and will no 6o'bt attract
large bongregationsB
I P'. JOrdan and family,/ W. W.
Hampton and wife, H.enry and. A. .
Ohitfy and Capt. Ohas. R. Garter de-
parted. yenierday for Jackmonville,
from whenoethey will sail.this morn-
ing by Olyde ete r Apaabe for Nw w
York. Mr Jordan and family agnd
Mtr. $ .Mrs. ,B[apto.n will spend a
few week at that Tahionable : water-
in-g resort, Siratga, whil.thie re-
maltner of the party \wl. sojourn in
ew, York Olty and' other seitions of
th Spate ..,". :
As. .Osteen o Mileanopy-wa- in the
olty yesterday and made The Sun an
ag-eeable call. Mr. Osteen has been
engaged ln the naval stores builnesT
with $." L. Ba&graveA, but has bought
out uthvlaoer and will conduct the
buseinen himself in future. He is one
of the@ mot oompelenpe and aa.oeiesfs]
peratoetsi the business, and will AC
doubt meet thee *uooo he deserves.
Mr. Uargraves has parohsed-theq In-
treats of his brother- W. T. Hart-
grave, near .uxielon, and will' en.
gage n buie there. ....

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Spec iages t hIn
Orde$ s fht dait

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jrades whlidtheards last

Onthe A' oQiefeated, *;i^< ,
games Ja.kIBonville defeated "olumo!al
Syeiteri. la t.ei game of ,basieball.";,,
The .tbre trhist gathe as thiste6e*
to one. Thirteenm i* usually. nh -,
luoky number, b~t$ it proved e'
veerso for the Jays on this oasooion. I&.i
the second innilig olumbla'sb pitcher
a"t to pleess, and' the Florida by14
hp 'Ib easy for 'the remainder -of 4b".
gabt. _,_ -
Ph.1 ilan. id Druggists. -
F +.oM .tetgeow, a. prominent
firm ^ s^ockyfll8tetionb, ., wri
gr w ere tirquatet by
Snwgelyeto se orbI or
bene ofo otier mer. o
three doted ii ber, an
glad to 5ay, Herhine has given

ple i recommending .-m..
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.To ths Voters,;ofrca~h a ,.odmpiy
I-.-. herMbv annouooe fliysel -!t ,+
d 4aseorbaiseo .sherlf,b
the aitlib of thjt Demoihii
mary. It e o
charge fch ds-wKif tHe-
very bet of biltysad
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ummer Dress Goods Must .

G f le sal Smurr DFe Vant%, wth 4t 10. an 0 t
to p P *h*. ts. 4 this .;le % at...*. .. ... .
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ii Joiton f he
S ao. DeFFunhak ; Dr.
A resident of th jetat'e
i Prof. S. Philips, sp, v
'blic instruction of
IH 4d[ Prof. W. M. Hio
1|1 ident of public ins re*
ia counlit.
j itee, in accordance o t
_jwlw, was. appointed" to or
a itirseeonly for thegh s.
o|s''f :the State, but where ii
*_.ebgalt its work it was oaq
course could not be stab-
u less constructed fre te
ith the con6setq Ot the,
e prepared a thor urage
rd he lst or
er, ubrniite e -1 the
61gh es js advisory, di does
o ytr th tho local auI o tie
sHpeaki' of the State capital.
'if. Hollo y expressed himself as
being delight "Tallahassee has the
rmost hospita i!e people it kas evoer
-been my pleas ire to meet, and they
slaated us roy 1 lly I, do not think I
would object t< )a residence in Talla-
ahsee ftf "a i-lne at. least," he re-
,mntked. 1
S s a matte ol coure thi6 remark of
P ,Ofl. tolow o may be construed in
Sseveral-dMffer nt ways, but it is candid-
', believed that he was impressed
i^Itl.slilisee and her hospitable
tei. '';' I r' Than Goldk

e~~Ieundigestion and nervous
l ; ,tlte. Y. J. Green, of Lan-
*icr,",' "No remedy helped me
1j-I began using Electric Bliers,
4ld hd dme more good than all the
Wines I ever used. They have
.to kept my wife in excellent health
.t years.. She says Electric Bitters
J ust splendid for female troubles;
that they are a grand tonic and in-
f .IVorator for weak, run down women.
Otthler medicine can take its plce i
S Sr family."' Tryfthef. Only 50.
litiasaodtion guaranteed by a- drug-
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SRates Declared Ei drbitant.
^ e (oft Lincolki ana Lawrel.j-Colin-
1 05 Ila u C e 1 .f i. "proterr : wit -thu
r i O. roiej cOlJIwf si-on i et the al.
eA'ldor,,ltant `rref t rates beings
eID oy the N hez, Oolumbtla
'bte road, I tne rwuniang fwin
any a be allowed to charge
i* = 3s Went' per 100 for luuoler
S5 mi.e anuls. ad tat. it
led tb butld sldetracks
and platforms at need

of Colic Aftee' P alkoian
T t :r(a6t4i MaI d Faied.,-
^^cboy whelmtom! ya s< old was
awrh 1 aend iraops in his
*Kenktl~fofrthe doctor Mand b
^^^E opbl a bultheaebd kept

It is a pleaait I
elicate stomach, a
, lier and kidney
tness Sold by a
equal for coughs
nohitis,. 25ca .c


bowels, but regular action cant b
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fuli and Hogap, ast opvlioe ?ia.
adqtiarters foir 0 Ech o. Springs, Wil0n, Hunter,
Canadian OClub, g 4ranteed e-year-old ws kes.
..$t~O eNFriart or oo pergal
. ..o Springs.... .... 1 .0
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Mail orders a, special ty- W0 for rie list on
oth r agopds and call on me she e the acty.
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Abstracts of Title and full information ftrnlhed
county. Our manager haa lived In tha roety,
Is thoroughly coonversant iwlth ni ,10 it

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SExpenses are moderate. Instruction and & not surpassed in the :outh.
Excellent accommodations, for young l00'
SParuents may send their daughters to the Se
nary knowing that they will receivee the V'
* best of care.
Male students will be under strict m taii0
disciplinee. All- students are taught re.rta
and prompt obedience to authority. IdlenetCsw' l
not be permitted.
A number of courses are sustained. .All are.i
.thoroughly practical. Nearly all of our Coramer-
cial and Bhorthand graduates hTave excellent
S Faculty of ten able instructors, Eachi spec..
iatliat., o 0hol in the Uulted States has ..a beter
Sheath record than East Florida Seminary.,
Capt' Hearn, of the U. A., says of the 0 Semi
nary: ,'The disdipltne appears to be perfeot'

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0 ovni Kepsrb. Dali
it reide& PDr. Bobbt'
sI *8 ^k Ye Ot e Lord
esgpledfi thacholr*. Y
0 d 04-~d t
e w B41 be hat K9ya:'
0t oi11reh ei ven1g
A; O'ionts will deliver
So3 reBgatMons;t o all
reloes witi^bae hd t ^
latholchurc:*: Ath
'Not Turv Frtr Roa d, F
'ntVe4 near~ ythi 0 a #
00 1*leoi * si'ieri-
L^ Wh4. ion4 tr0*4 *bI4h<2l|

4 f haltt^N ^tount-rf

Iel to abov, f a
Son she a.
abti S1 pilte from the
ho s^ Oa:

Ipqiiot give way:;

4ttys stta tqth
(aEuil' that the animral,
xwizgo re. WI46 against.
fence an4 seriously out..

sEa4 ches ~o$ "ut 'bff, ouZt" traed
he leI:st e'dgtodi'. Spearance. 96r
uard ients, the 14tter trie4, 13 vo10"',
t~o mIu3(e himspt eardL #$nlual the
polUee Wero awet 'or.' At t~e 41ppear.
0 e of tie pole e stalw
pee rfeaWi;tN4 Olubr, we;a

7Jh0 lpof thb 0ol6?*4 ilta '"^n Men'
CtwOP A jr^jcere
associton o lite,

eid^rtA# Il Ilt@ fiRTH 'StATL
Railroad 04 MIoin Wif Reise Valu*
. Ralelah, ^^^ Aut i-"T htate
,tat~rp. coatW$# Gtl-ustee itsP' wort4
or s : e "I0aie .w s n, has ee .
mnafly be~ami1t yrtoils mailvrayotet
A DopIqtiea fRwyer here 49clarea he
e go s will so Incros~ the
^lu w;ys for t*'tton, thi#
oA' g th taibtb and
swst~rty, 4, to, raIse the
tg fmoI ,4 ,OO0,00 to6 $70,
It has bees 't 44erlballitt of th#1
pblic that t eae will b large,
!Ce 0 fiscal6 41 w id .ill,'1tewte
^ftiljro(^;i^i Ot .^
;*-^.*i;^ll(|^s^te^ ^i''^1;.*4

.. ,:. 6bb6" wa' .ommonis4 n Q00,000, but!e oetar sai thee.
ra to**pi a h aid, 1 ut the bei 0o ? leaidqi& hiear ls a WprlII4 0
.4. ..itingfom ite 'windelar e rty < tat 1.LrtotoU o ty be ime
"ring has cwhen all c ot por
t !. roble In thi se tion, and a e ssed. 'he ooamissnoht s i
iSatly of su should be ni )orral.y he an Tlonw tailwsy off
S Ol ewds g& tr ls upon thlpa"t'tr of asset
/ mb.brei. al Ewards had
iifotne to have a buggy badly THEY D NOT TRUST ANK,
lcid6 Recount ofthe reckless-7 T T AK,.'.
tt lfgra who was riding a .mule. Story of FRobbery Rpatlled by Death "
1nt"ry .Cuied Without the Aid of a ,of Lady.
". Doctor, Crawtof ,lile, Ga., August 1.-Mis
,Am. just up from a hard spell of .Mary Battlef 7T years ct ao e and a
u (dyrsenteryl, says r. T' A. lfelg resident of Barnett, was bur'
, 1 well kiown merchant of ed yester .at thatplace. She wa
E*.en. I used one ta al steTi"wof rence and James J Bat
hnmb -ialn'.s C hotern t of WeresOton.
osa Re.meody an4 wa* oured The 'deased lea-es maiden glarCer,
f lk dootor. on lderit the two )BVlngiv dlone for many
S la dile lthe" yet The .oMd sverarI fe farms,
hTere 1% no fei s f ed' lo /eorgiara 4 at *Ii M
when ethi edyt orila-. and, Autiata factory
et an:..omcrl^^ be ,t atoks." ',*ThetIr :oe from 'theseI
b owel co Jp6l0nt. .n. *n0 s furco aniouted to QUite a handiomne
1 for children or adulMt. I s.m1 annually. Contrary to the advice
and pleasant to take o of rel tives they kePt a iarge amount
''A8lsma .ined!01k
All drugglat a d ineo ounds their ble.t, with i 'otbhe
Iprlotetin than themselves, hen .n
.. l'in.hJIegsI ", *'* :.EeibeB.ir10fl1 unktiuw :. 'parties du.d u
pgl t)t ei roihtus vsitor 'to4 the nltigbt overepowered the aged
,iesr4dw as 1rl'itr F, tate I 5e0curi $1S6o4'. The rob.
t wh, 'ws on *totiute to h(ils tbry tttaItteo. inuch Attent on at the
SihlMin' e from'T Ttallahssoee,. timne, but the guilty partiess were new
v beenn attending th High, loated
i thittes that Governor. New Yi Augualt e I reactors
byll t eli~eah aM i6i inneo i f lne ttwto l id Pa
iMldtt e to'r the United 4elt ralhy have.. eoallnd a meetlig toI
ise, and has pleed hls ligh- o b14 ate 2asraport, Iowa, Oct. 8 to
l fo keeps. Ite _els botfideit paonirir the advisability ot e .crotf -t
Sople of Florfda wtil -itip*. ,-."d- I a Si maot pi "
^p ek. th- who:I* 400.4 0,600),OOO i maturing J a,.1,
oath, whole now principal li ftt not to exceed 4 pet,
Okaer normal ait insipnmee a b tk. e polPo .4 bondb winl b(
a potited as a men ber of the Met. d..r x.ti tutag.l. redeeming o~
t^ol fa tFlorida s8intry, He p %t or beote aateu1t$ outatand,
'tlimtkfinest enlucatr( t < tAte#t obiUtloQn of the co hany eor ca.
1iiMake a va uabe ta-lit u ...4 cptea w may be o
.l. ege. ul.-.Ieby: e.soltdatton and tr thie
-'Vfeolts Hils Ltf. purehae o.f owneship of ihare-. pi
almost enduing t.taly, Btbe-tk 1 'herwise for the purpoe o 'f
-ibluloe'r on the leg of future vel0pment, .
i Grove ItCrops
d r A4 .-i Agu-st .o. s
I .0ll i "rawn':' s w mui y parts og r 's "
.. Ipt7 av itgg croa most
O A5 flo ods ,ha ve' caused h
i tlhe Jaeatrndqrf. 4al of 80a
i-anne opts Los. lthWs haie'co *ie*ops





4In the Court of
'tublIt Opinion



Cause of MAROUS ENDEL vs. all nen v.hi)
*Want good clothes.
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OttfIttor to Particular Men, Glitesvill'e, Fla.

motion of tlie ~Court:; /
All mien who wish to dress '
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,. B.---Marous Endel sells the famous "Best-Clothing-ini-thi '
World,. mnane by Schloss Bros. & Co., of Baltimore.
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Staple sand Fancy oro

irail, arden Seed and Frtilize .

Highest market price paid for Chiekens. Eggs and other Pruduec
A Complete stock of Day, Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed
and Rle.' W'itandle on y the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
B E8. guarntee 'atofation always.


T.AT bl ad 1880.



.L t .t ool l orL Larti i. ll titled '
Advauce*mae Warehoue ohariee.r of fer
made by letteror witr-, ,. :
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Up to' ate i" every

B Sold by es cotinuoUa %r
without a single Ifaiure youti
Bs want a piono t a liethne t
service b'y the ,

Wah or on easy term. S enton ,fi 4eya'
i trial. Wu pay trelg I Wrte o
for prices TOloAhY -
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Nails, we ....

Bought in ar ot Sold inapy

Get due of Our oes

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Highest Markot Prices Paid.



All kinds of Caso irs and Patern s
order from bras or Iron. A moD ern
matine stop. turiidip out best work
ai rlsonablwe prcs,.
s AW Mi tL B3sctST 8
esecilly sollletteand wil
sznUo,. If .o0 are In tbe, ri
boiler or seco band- Maelnbeye.tI
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