The daily advocate
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Title: The daily advocate
Uniform Title: Daily advocate (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: McCreary and White
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 26, 1887
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1884.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 38 (Sept. 11, 1884).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001957102
oclc - 01556486
notis - AKD3704
lccn - sn 95026973
System ID: UF00054635:00001
 Related Items
Related Items: Alachua advocate
Preceded by: Daily bee (Gainesville, Fla.)
Preceded by: Gainesville news (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Gainesville advocate (Gainesville, Fla.)

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_______ Camp Pablo Agrees With the Guards-A It was ho! for Marblehead in the UL 0.4,.1 .
Fine Show and a Glorious Time. morning, and dig for home in the evore- EN. '
T'E] CITY OF MONTREAL'S MISS- Fifteen small letter "A" tents, each of ning.-Lynn Rem.
lEG BOAT PIOXED UP. which will accommodate to men, and When a man tiaysa porous plaster lie
an officers tent, constitute thie citartes or generally Qtiecks to hiz bargal ii.-Peoria I
WftI Oeuopaits of It Safe and Well- ourt boys in blue at Camp Pablo. No Transrpt. '-
TIh Boat Nearly Swamped Twice-Pro- messtent was furnised by the State but R"l R "- "
Swiugna but No Water-A ThrUillng that does not prevent our lads from liv- Gould is proprietor of the lares -
V11e. 1g well, almost high, for camp life watering place in tne worldl-his ofle. oe A .. .
-am buldi g t theI Y A mF B P G A M N. ;
...j ^ buil',; the rl= ^;htof^ ipr"n".ne auog .ro;.- -, .1; : ^ \. ."
LO D N u u t 2 T e s e m h p Inga sm all fir m i t o" o-
boOtasT h te enh the camp, iswhere Bayer's old colored No self-respecting Saratoga trunk 0.-M O} NJV A.1J O
City of Montreal's missing boatcook reigns supreme and where the boys goes traveling nowada.ys wout aeat-
picked up, and the seven passengers and ..
m emo of, ad the crewn whosere init enjoy their meals. It was there that an er strap around its wast.-Boston Globe.
te memohers of the crew who were in its A DVOCATE penc;1 pusher was presentcd The tramp toinout; b e will spin "
were disovered ads and well.res P P P be.a a v ..... --_ *.-

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cue was made by the German vessel to gallant Captain E. Webster and en- the most fantastic yarns you ever heard -"
Mathilde, hh arrived atFalouth joyed a hearty supper. for the sake of a possible quarter.- f .
day with the thirteen survivors on b6ard After supper we adjourned to the of- Washington Critic.' 'G r-eand ClePring.ou;,ae ntjlummer Stock-. t : _..,
fhe boat was rescued on the 15th Inst. fliers tent, where with the captain. See- In a restaurant in Cincinnati: Strangder .r C t. ot ai ,,r toer ato a
The survivors say that on the first day end Lieutenant Evans and First. Ser- o say waiter, cap I get such a thing as
sirleaving the steamer they exne- geant BBurkhli, who, by 'the way, re- a pork chop in this city? Waiter tall C .. -

J" aar S' .. .. S "" brea fa "ad "1 ..,l^ T o.. u0 00 aT L s *" ".= - -- ." -' ,--;, ,'" .* -' "*< ^ ^ '"
aftor leaving the steamer tb hrdrinCae p Soiig hefr L.-lbnyA gfi *uy-~ltly ptle. 1 pte -* r fall.; -l,'.y *
rln~ed very rough weather. They had turned from. New o tlesayand dead.-Town Toiop'A.
iJwamped~^wasobliged to Jotn'his company. WeM .."...
arp.tiful supply of bread and meat, l oied t camp ,lnie s Coaty. We.e Mlother ianxiov,-'A-I'm afraid you -' -
.but very little water. As aconseque ne the cap.. .P at tare gii, ttie baby too Smu ch sugar, ,
- tbey snflred badly from thirst. The s looking well and says lie is reeling ai g
we.t be r was htna l trib- b rbe tanforrmanyahday. Across t. Jamep. Father-Not at all my dear ,
w et~ ler was hot and this greatly ecobtrtb- 6 the... .. .. r" %rant hini to be. full 'of grit -- Bosro n l:
ied to their discomfort. W. en rescued chuck house at the en ofeach boy Couier. .
;hey wer In latitude 42 degrees 5"4 ml- nose, is a deep, dark red hue that te.l.
hey north an lotngitude 40 degrees atnd of hardships encountered oni the field To be be..almed in a yacht on.a wri -
qt north, andlontuy the degrees an nd in .the parade, or else salt wvater, summer's night with ourbest girl si- l '" _... '- .
_e n ud we d-f"id nbotiearandowhh. With two e t- ting close by vou on top o'thecabin, is
Th. boat waspic ke u bf o that of Privateers w e a wand n not the wor kind, of punisent.dore th head o.-f the Great ivesie .h : d. "t'.,, Go e
'-andle Mateide from Campeche captions, t o P Hodges p m tdoe- ta the Ueads thTe Gret En-vste
al moth -The rescued men say that C Bartheson all ofthe boys are well and Yonkers Gazette. rthe rs riget, Purest, and most Healnti u. t' c..... .- ,,:
whoateirbot^ left^-th e brnin osteama tin good spirits. On their arrival to "A bv assassin hange, read ... Dr. Ps ,he only ako Powder, tht do cear..,.-.;
tere w ft e erns on board. camp Monday night 'they had no time Bacon fromanewspaper. "Well she n an. Am moni ,, Limeor Alum. So.:d,
Falud-n It too crowded, two person to tnd a place for mess. On Tuesday remarked, a sassin' boy is a great trial PICE BAKIANG POWDER CO. .. .' ', .
id aboard another boat. There morning after breakfast had just been but I don t think he ought to be hauged NEW hoar. C IQAGO. ST. LOs. ,..V
waf-sall aTboard and no means for si cooked hard rain came tip, spoiling the for iL. --Alban Argts. July 24 l-t O 4th p ". .'" -
..... ...... A- as o. iwestg te Fes
ali-pm'lrnk vessels.~ The boat was Pb'eakfnst and giving the boys a taste, Gourmets at a table d'b6te-"This ..-. t r

,~~~o ofA breakfaoosdtni but osfai one ee orehu the -, hard D.*l-.---**..,U.'^ ^'*:;^
nquuly swamped twice, and the men had brass, buto the hard nana pudding is esqiioite; it tastes Just L P c Ete r tiomn ri-f
shard-struggle to keep her afloat br ships of camp life. Mess catiarters% cr like ttrawbe rrif.." "And this sti'aw- S FOR
balling. -On Thurs.y they sighted a sry shortcake i superb one would Biliousness,-
teamer a pulldt oward- With one excep on. that of the Es- think it s a "ide of bananas."-Fi a- -
ngawerthj]bet and a rbs but, St cambia Rifles, our Guards are the r. d .. S. I:d "
the a amer passed on without seeing bes.rille and dressed company in the The l nuarberof Jews in Africa is esti- f n ,'
them .Ft.ay thetsi d ted another camp. With. the Rifdes, honors ar e matetat 26, 00W 0-cn n owti nter- ec tibpation N
-vessel an t towar t and tows, about easy and on a competitive di it anu wly the black man doesNn't wear sesiaAabtrs
nT ft and tOb ri' tid stann awhv the blac mail Ud|enLt %rii I
that t was the City bf Montreal stall wu a. r cro un 1a r r o cwoiee, contest. The m e l s, his ativer wils, w. Hiald forsi versd eight a' '' .- ', ;'
burning.' They tried to board -her to .Guards hadohe a "uncle hasite.--CharlestoB Enter- It o*th' ir ha eard werek It Bd g de 'i h "

obtain more water duther pauring the first twenty-tour. .li rs !i tr I ua, the grite
-' cam ,and are now enjoy.m uncle haehln.Calsow ne-etan-nstpte pei

^SS oe wter ut er pate were.:r inn -r". I^^ ti r ^aiLU^ ^ th r^ to^ 13 do its par
too hot. They drifted until Monday, cm ying the even- A nd-srit euatea the feeble heart.
wb -"en ..ewrer nM anthilngnes at Murray l all; the srol An Illinoiechool teacher sent to Chi- AUIr -lio eebs agonies endured, "l- *'i 4

AUne ^ .leo e wn njr itu er oni'o iv-i n ~i nn r r-nir U t R ta as bneoe mreo -ek gra', .-'.! ^. :;.. ^-. ..*^ ** ; .-* ;'.^ .s-.t .;'I"" ';..,-
wben they were rescued by the Mattnu- ),F .ie at 'lra -1, ca- lot Ac -a r RANT'S3 SELTZER tan be cured. -. .... "'.: hwlm h nns ff, ymo ih lno h decade, o nmdlm (.. n .." "-""" .. -
do, They laud the kinoness of the bymonlight alone, on thbacndao -o "-in-moin-ndumb books' and BatEBN9SLZE a ecrd
Mb f.de's captain and crew, theo many -pleasures in camp, where a the trustees o f the district got hold of the Atik 1ir ig ,. daw2w ._ .
O JB eoiri bata'id civilian has no show. 'lie hrels pre- fact, and requested herresignation. They : ..

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Blind Tpm/'a'Vnhr. sent a brilliant appearance after ''irk. don't believe in "art spelling" in that
WasBingtot :iubinan. Aseoon as the orchestra a tries up tle a.or Use. Lawu" '
v.. ,ry;6t,,, tt.m.wets c scene wit .popular airs of the "Mikado" or the Kazkoff. the great Ruqsian editor, a .s W e tlock LF ;.' 'F a- *-
^liwtn eie d] Gt t e S-T hia'-tr ne d^s ct 1, "Little Tycoon; the brave boy in blute nee uttere the prt senti ent e Ay rs Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft -w -w O S ., -. :: ., ....:.. .. -
r.o. m In Aex- dria dn Tue sda.. wh en and brass, with their fair partners that Rti b.i was for Rus ans and A noer- and pliant, imnpar to it to he lusre and "'. -' '- "' -,
.-room In olkndi dnTuay, wen sb ies oyouth, causes it to grow' id 71!2
oBlind Tomtbe nfopianst, *as fi- ake a pretty pictUre as they pro- a me for American. hat .- : '
aly turned over&46 Mr.- 4. J. Le. tbe, the enade or form into s-ets. Among the wher Katkoff';howeed his i.noratc.' ? Oi luxuiantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures'. .-. _- ,'X .

-^:^^^ ^ % ^ 3^g' belsofast ve ing xe nticede zaevera Awria-Nrwc Utill^etin. 6- ^ e ^ o^ 'f^ nIseciUo ^ ^* O^ fet a l^
counsel fLhisnW adan, Mrs.Esie bells offee' nug e ote eera Amera.-Norwc Bulletin all scalp diseases, and is the most cleanly-s 's, -. .. -.-.. -. ,
'*thune of New York. Mr. James ofourc's fair daughter. mith-i hear Jollnl, the pugiiist, of all hair preparations. .. -'-._
l O g t aw ay abo uit m id-d ay and ,.o i \ n ,
----- i' e 'apea_ ed in Lourt,- brlngfg 'r .gte a y mi-ay. an l retir:. ed; 'ondir hat he'll to nowk ?a ir a m .. ,'' .* ., o...4-* .- .' '

lur *ilie.^ tll ]q^ An ll [1[ el nfLU 'II *(, :-I ', ^ ^ *. .*-' -.. ^ "^
hr1m~i IQ Hai Vi[o ra gie mer, rnJInt.k uxaee
Ton Wth.hi a"eetefi Into the surri the delight of mostof the Br wn-- not. know; hut w e AYR', HAy er ect satisfa gieon m was. ..- -
.o rnO.Staies Marsbal SCott, sayin boy3, and 0iicli will account for 4,,13Y be his choi-ce, e's a preacher anytchow. ne. bald for six Years, durti wvhah '
.-.'^ SS ^^^ ,e--u-. .D .Ps '' "7 *, ', .. ... "
4 'd sa go: nbre'back upon their return. Ahout Smith How .o, Brown-Becautse lie's i.Ased many hair preparations, but .
S-"t ,ow delLveryou to the court 'ruesdas .ll e the.bo home again, an e-punde.- Bston Budget. witbo, success. Indeed, w at little f ..
Tom' PRO .J E. DD: I^,, ame^V pltmK"^ -ase tondu uatie .sr, pris 1(Jai h1 ,.A'?^ ^^- ^WW
f'.it "thief," idicatin Mr' morew'hlingand in better -wape oa hair I bad, was growing thinner, until '

004- ^ ^S^ ^ ..cahitlan1b-dyigfc1ist thiefa 11 1.dctn Mr.^n ter^ Shpt itJ W "1
W also I reprsn t Toml hard winter's work than ever.Goe -a I tr d1 Ayer'v Hair Vigor. I used two
Gol- ,ao w aho represented com' h er wor l a k Gea tof ver' r igor an n head is now P a ,' .-'
*t", r-o.tb .li oe 2C e b cotonPa -. --E. DOD: 1 aat plew to Vb ove ired witha m n ewa growth of hair., 6 l t. -p ,ll
S 'n1da 'Want 'ay refl&CJon19 .. 'or Ix Nae- W S. zdb or. heaeftt, ad lheg pubic that i L oy T
enc dXt .tL, eroh'e, when Mr lt. Behune e o A TE6we havt e been wh s a y ar p "Golden ,l t I WH I -'- -J*: '.''*.o..
onnedr<~a**.. tat. Monctielo awn" oira vea' or more a i our randi tbh at has become weak, gray
.anlf~'H and faded, may have new EnUfa4n ie Er
e-n.;nteasf.iahL ..y ....... .. Sp o tL4.ellb ,,ants -in artesian well. and pin, it mo.;t excellnt. ai n d ad.
-, w'.' ith Mosi on and turn yot; Lkeland will be a great vegetable nervous-nes. We herfull become eid anversHairVigor. Mt v hair was taUehin,O .- bi.n ,j !B6, .d'K" -.' ".
Buth 11701.h (opl you an tre -. go-l ske wnsnarsiawel alfidtmot c-scelenr ru iny aeomnd andcoloHar reitoredt. tb h s f,.--
-O:'eombak'W-obal.Kphome andyou shipping point nest season, it. .'. H:. M i sv. M. 1). fade, and dry, and fell out in large -. .,. -.'"
1*4 ..be provid.id' ',." Forty bricklayers are at work on the aee'burg, ia.. March 26'; "...37, utt es Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped -, : ".
"filo thi I'm DODD tr taiing Ln eso)DDhi t t
Whue the rmaiks Were being made Sub-Tropical buildings in Jacksonville. P J" E. ODD: f and.re.torefi-my.hair to.its
o-.ro1 wasprotes~ t~g16udlyagainsbeing 'The' military ball at Murray Hall. My little sound illie wac cured rilht original color. As a dressing for the of" -
T.ad s l win, deing Pao eisid to hav b arand away0 chll anti feer wit your"Gal- hair, this preparation has no equal.- Array Sniendid -Seasonable Ear '
-- h~d ed- beraas, is w9l ,elam Pblsec ri.aidlto have bee,,g'n d.,,." ... a W. A. GEIGR... Al ary N. Harnnond, Stillwater, Minii. "di atalz.'luyU pvt.u:.~~giv.) T: :.:.
,ve on'ce. that If he was affair. d ten Da%..' u a t Am '11n r -
.lpabC in his mother"1. charge he wbuld ARCHER. Fla., Oct. 6, 1S86. IGOR youth, and beauty, in the
V btppearance of the bair, may A p .r.e ne.r '] aw .. ,*.. .- ...' .' ,*.^J;' ^ .:..^- *.
b -- pMayy' g a b' oyf the pear trees about-Talla- Prof. Do'd": .- -was suffering with .a apeac ofte ee b" trbm aTamalea
- n.eve pAlaygn~f~ora3u one. Afrly, t-he hassee are in bloom and aretakmi-ng on a severe pain in nmy chest and in the re- 'e pr es erved o An Vrnindefinite period byOu Ce 'e" -." T,-.able..'.
'- 'LIghtless. jusielan was formally tra.n econd crop. gion oftEhe heart; after takiii a rew euse of Ater's Hair Vigor. -A.s-.- .'.,'-..-."
ktile vn th of I d am a oase of the scald caused my hair to be- P--A
."--e6 a i, rub ing a few 'lies with yot.r
-. ! E~~~11 frftd-'b v aW b "'.e- Stummerhin, of Orange county, . .. comue harsh and dry, and toefa oOo I o -- ."t...-.,. :t. :-.!".:.-,.'..-
:"wot.f~L oo" -'upa ed 8,000 head of cattle in Golden frin11 amoentirela cured. I frbely. Nothing I tried seemed to do. "
e~w. also gave a fdose for any good until I commenced using r .
'utf .. omdt 5Wc.a's coasting trade has.nev- cramp colic anl itc reliever her immed- Ayer's H-tair Veigor. Three bottles or .r' .A.npet. ofigor Thres Wi.. c-AvDn.e inspecthon' b
__ palaatoi. ft is a ivonlerLLl haeaicin. ".i, preparation restored my hair to a in
..waiting for himy one .Sar J oniderfu medi.s... R healthy condition, and it is now soft we mean business; and th' br'- .'-,.2
,O.-- at -wbago m .e etoen so jodany one previous -;uin- .are,L June 11. AIRS 0. P. REDC. nbthtbtr'1 r
'-a de.;.. hen "r. Betune wih.e.....e.w..if..ds.eicns e Dawn, and pliant. My scalp is cured, and it we. .e usiness, '-
well'ngd-e,- his dark eyes and iuthng ihr wa Prof modd's medicines. Golden Dabeil, is also free rom dandruff. -Mrs. E. R. will'be fully substantiate4..-,. :. ,-. -.. :.. J
.. .t "' "p g mad to.. organiz.... .... e... Dy-3eutn|'v Medic, us al]d Vegetable Pills FsM la eW s
0,odo his Ste, talked kindly to the~seml- r- F n ,...M..waukee.Wi.. .
Idoi vlas....a tr n.. E i 'Old SettleS organizations in .Jeffer- will be found on sale at 'all the drug A' '. ..L.. .
-' ... -:e...m.k=etn-eei&y a.d.. a .te- storesinthiscity. daAtf fyers Hair Vigor, -M
,' en%.forr Tom- took hia'seatin~thevehivi ~ .--= ....
.- : d smitshloweroftpromigekthathe should' The con-t*t. has agair, been let for Sold by Druggists and Perfumers. q ''it"
-. tue If he'tdidn't inke it. He was drlv' the Construction of a sugar mill and re- Wonderful Cres..
finery near Jissiuimee. Uot Co., wholesale ard re- Ppo
ekatintN .Yor. :' Capt. B.Rar(d, of Statke, who was tail (Irulggists of Rome, Ga., say: We theru curative properties, easily
-.. c y"overt,' Electric Bitters and Bucklen's pace Ayer's Pills at thead of list ...
Patentst kbe out of dangt-
-" Orante.n Is thigta vegotaofeda ro'er o Aruica Salve for two "ears. Have nev- er popular remedies forict and'.erv- .and -. -
er hanill uldreed ies nt- s The f-ell or ous Heavd'aches, Constipationfadall all- ."---." -.'t .......
t." .:.t ot'te .dhsi f the" Soutl~ern States Polk county are to orgallize themselves give such univ'ersal satisfaction. There inents Originating in a disordered Liver. jjtpy -.-,',,jt r.'-
-- ur_.lugth.tpaalvweek andi reported ex-- iuto a prot.tfive associat~ion.,av bee some "uhru c-e ffce have bea ~ra', sufee fr. Lt.IJ-U.L -
_._ yfortbe..- DA. L -ADtOCA] by C.s A o canni 'and fig-drying factory is-to in this city by these medicines. Sever- 'Headah,,i. and Ayer's Cathartibc 'Pills -.).. .. .v;.. :. d~y6teDt- AOSb t'aeoe ra. tee a j &Ll.gLJ. ,,kl' J_

".-,. site t'he:o -; ,..1Q.. pae.t .y.i P. ,'built tue I Ogdey as soon a st-he requi- a4i cases of pronouneed cons.umption p~e the only .medicine that has ev-er "-- A'L S:A i"ltTU 'C'f"lC e
..... U-'.C.. ' te 'sit~e amoub rof'fru~s tobegin on can be have. been .errtirely'cured by useof a few given me r~elief..One dos~ of tese. P i-' "'!-- nak :-AV~'$J -
:-,sia~~it,. 'Boyd' &itt- .' Guava bn~les are very heavil l1 oaded ken in connection with Electric Bitt;ers.- my bead from parn. 4-William- I.e Psge, I35ox afIII.['Jir i ,.
O re..... M t'hr-_,be;le C H..Dacb-,dunter- at Auburn~tle, add later in tire season We guarantee them always. Sold by '. boa, a. =. ....-.".-.- -.:o.- .-.
: t t.dhriillcotupqin;-.'C a nrooks, this frfiti] be more abundant than Ballard & Wallace. daw" ".AUt ye' Pills,;. -" 6, .:-' t.,it ':(t...'r
2'.- .itrmit:Cdty~r a. B rubevoBlvingmpor teerd, before debl cotton -has already Not a lew ofrheceitizeus of Galnesrllle Prepare byu De.J.Ayi&Ctovm.-L --M ba.i. gaib.. $00 '' M'i.. :al~lbok; 8.'T- C'a~ter,. Switzer, Kyr., reached t2M'ontieeloinarker, and sat-.hate recently become g-reatly eoit~ed -' '- ", .;,-2' aSase-- .(-'-.,-.,:
\orn' m~lta~ntet, W, W. Commock, Hender- isfaotnrv In~cas have _been reaolizedh by ovel'.the a'iwwfdl~g facts that sever'llof to.' -.w'. 1 """ I!.-.' .' -NowrjA ,I"i. .--d.
",l:.'tltnn;'-J R' De~taven, (Jo-.-the prodluq w.... ", their friends who had-beenApr-onouifced *iII'rV -Wooda-: Yaru I alv ,; -,t
se_'r ;w.,edpvls~e fr.-. tuffing..mat-, A fill eiof Irish .potatoes niay be by -" the.rphysi'ansa- lnu,ale an.be--...- cW-, :'.;.'-7..-'
.. ..: regai 5L H ardy; .Kutka. Sa.prings, 'plauted in.$eprember; and with propryn ope n no ufi'.nering With that' dreaded' .. V .-UIJ .. -'- ii"-"ll a.d' ". 1---W-.4i.'":a J..-_-'
...4-..-Ikb," Mosquito. ..- net ..,attacelent; ., W A e,,ulture,,,a ajfi- be,. re..,,ady-., ..for t.he. ytb'le. .munster--Couisdmption'-havebeen cenr". l~v opnd...t. Ln.4S- .. '. -T. ,, -v, n--"*
,".#-OJ0 O~ensborodgh, ,Ky,- produeldkg by'Chrisftmas holidays" p leteh' cured by Dr King's:NWev Discor- ram..m~.y'.por'oesandfrea@u Dl~aces... . I''-.'. "P .
e seruucuiflt elut''cry for consumption, the only remiedy Order slates may be-IPand .S4 fh--a-cii's o-l.-tt--,= "r--
...'2G-W'o" t asoon, oparts, L.,. ,a, eeT=: wo m~tnf,,cen sulphd," sp-igs.. h ave that does positit~ely cure all tlu'oair--,ad, Ja ;lde Be~ll, J. D, "Watheson" and a:0 ,li.L- QstwW,'d,. -. "3 13.i_.-:'" .' i
.:-",,i'o,'2..pr;a MMeet,,ze .in....? been dido~red ,,eor MIacon, and onlyv .ln disass cot.s 'id'1s a.th i au-.Mea, Marbet=.. P2 :2 _"_=:_. .L, .-:l; ,r
C otv-'.-, and- hay- .--.'eh A'.:"_ RI about ,t'@q hundred- yards froni the un ...ees cog .ob as .p' a l oiders uupromptly 4iie, -w t e .ru'a,.'..
u s'.6uosn-neaKm.,g bo-'om t Potd' ra CHd. "&r Walce'ts. drugsoe -Lrbottles.fre'aB-lad 90]torltA A.. -- : ....
"-.llptY Lebwb4; Wen.,. sahnd-dry'er; A Jfalian pluni tree near. Zellwood, & Wac ',-fu str.o 'ag botes i,.TH. -.TUN A .-.-'.-22U__..- ,'.-
"|'R..'.. tt':le:Bock, Ark., detach- which wag planted in January, 1886, Cure..... ....A.".
gd.y oriare boxes. bore thlrty luesiotts plums this season, forPlis.' MUAT_ 1 1 .-'-: '. .[4
'- ... "- , some Of which were 2. inches in diam- ,ltebiugr Pites a~re know-n bj,.moistur'e .- ..- .---m-..2_..4'-:.,. .' --- -- ... .'"';- .... ...,-_? .

S oive-Themi a Chance! eter. like perspiration, producing a very The sifi W.ith btrrAdepleindotM ti, ..- .,. '..-,f.. ...- -;,.,'- ...' -.
,tr.lisagreed:hite'itiJdig oftei- getting .wy.armi. ^'A-ll mulifiane 1Jlnp 0.w tak;. ...[''[][i l'lt[,
"- UTat is to 9%Y~, -yoor lungs. Also'alt' Mr. J.~w. rrammnell reports a nlice niareili~ii ofegtin.am ASlmnir'elsne~hztinanosemt 6 fV1hate -. ..i ,1
."1ea'?i wma ery. Very. won- cropofJ .'an perslImmons ou his three -asny'A thwke.
andv 'Pile.g ies ile
stehdl-tndTdntten -pr old trees. Some of them villal 'be and Protrudig Ple-s7 yield: at orle -to '. t-t-s'd--r.e'd.......opclP"ki-al.-nitP.,k)i.E m..ha.a'---
.-"1',. eo ope np lcatio 6.'Dr.'.Bosasko'"6 ".The rd,..a.yltae ,"-"""
aIt -Br"itfes. leading from oouny. will have'a ig display rhere.-- Reme.. which acts dire ?tly -upoh the J"rioadrinkandlaete od -- --, : ",-'-' ,' .
"- "-. .-- Lakelanid rackerer. pa cre, absorbing -the tum ors .1- ThI cool, refreng lk Shake
fflheS w .aud choked "The shooting of Thomas Evans by layin the intensue'ithi, aneffe """, 'c' Add Offl e-initheow't oeIa
.w~ g o=i c h k e hi me soed~ w eari d 'an ,. .e .
apermaeu cure. 50 cents. Address mng-,rpn, bteo ob,.otsk, W" n r4 \- ,
..- .matt.thj ughyuM-.Atbe there; Hbrace Ander.on, at Richland, on Tugs- he Dr. Bosanko Medcine- C Pqh, tkle n wh ycan .. ..
mi lungs cannot do tehb' work. And d hs caud Profound sensat .Ohi. odo( by A,J. Vda. wtf oyou -it M MilkShake. ,
..... ':har;eyc6Lbvtn_tdowel. duty a eud ,a-pirofndsensatiod. "^ -' ""J y t' .. ^.. ^ ^ .. .. J" ...."... ...5
AneVhar heY d they can d Aderson has giveu himself up to the '' -. p "t..'" -
,' <-ut cord, cougii,..roup, pnteumonlia, Sheriff. 'The shooting is claimed to : Buclen A ovtc. 1. *' .' q p.tot '," thie benkselth ra ;, -
arh, cotisumption or a.y ofthe fain- have bee-n done in self-defense. 'The bebt sitnve in the worhd for-ants, Bubuyi aateadrwal-yr ,J.
,'- Jof~tbhroat and nose and binlg obstru,.--ucrAq l
Ey1 ofl are bad.ns and lungh obsgt 3 r. C' W. Waggoner. has an orange bruies,. sores ulcers, salt rberm;, fever A qna.t tt -u6w Milk Se.. a-
rt. s alrebd. Al outtoet tree Jin his yard, not esee.ding three Si,'e, better, chapped duoig, cihilblais,-T onl.or'tinaland ine -.Milk Shakeat..- S :-- 'a't ""-
r jus one to get rld
~mh ofThee-i jut oie ay ortridfeet high, anid with a bogy about as arid aill skin diseases, alE! poelnively MOW R & JRAZLETP DRUG 69RM
of them. That i to take Bosc ^ge's.Ger- 13100kB.-i -
man syrup-,ht1to anydruggie B welGer- largeiasa man's Qiumb, that haI a flne cures piles; -or iio pay required> It is BrOwn's JBlo. ,
ynu atsu7 centsfaiolea you,-you.iay ery- crop. fC.oranges on It, and they are as guaranteed to give perfect satlsfaction "- hC 47A4 thew
yota 0cnsa bottle, Eved'If "re dA PieZyeisPa-An.im-Jl
well Se-eloped as the frult on oil trees.- or money iefutnd d. Pri.et 25cents per Th-a ,,14
.pend upon this for certain, .o Lakeland rackerer: box. For sale by Ballard & Wallace, flet osr(Bi o
w pend ponthslorcertain, cow west sidesquare. dawtf B be Sh
B IBrdfle's Female eguator Klin keeps-a full stock of gene -i. Q d ity Barber -Sit p '
geFela] For Rent-A new. cottage of four -
Should.be used by the voumgand bud- mereha-ndise and sells the "ame lower onAME-4VILL, .LA.
dingany than any other house in the city. oroomse Apo iy to W. W. Dunson, T
disordernpoeniar who her se, and *t the E ndel Building. aprl3tf Everythi ngdaw-ardonly the beat % >6HtB S5
dsoder'pecftlar to her sex, and at the bttean Ifyot want totke an early remain al o y-,,- PIK
turn of life; It benefits all who use it. At Klein's store all- the utrad IVowntotvomL
WteThe Bradfleld Regular Co., At- ee are kept in a ge refrigerator, ways stop at Bayer's they will call 'you "i- tn j-"c.1,Ey &-OOY. ftite:..'st.
lapta, Ga. Sept. 30.-dawlw and are always cold. Je25-tf on time. You never get left. Aug-dtf Couseslor at LaW,. Gasnesvtle1 I. 'Iy .ra. .-... ....A


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THEDAILYADVOCATE RASCALS" TRNED OUT. The people of the District of Colubainesville ottin Works Pfessional Cards.
.are groaning under their burden orf debt G m ne i rt rlg .ok s
--_ --= a--- There has been more Republican "ras- and protesting against the form of gv- A b A fl JS (SUCCESSOR TO JOHN H. sRSO.S.) XJO
r oCREAItY WIT., i."--'!ctorf. cals" retired from office during the past ernment given them by the RepublicUs, r R, TO JN H Bo t 0-
three years by President Cleveland than which is taxation without representa- ad Dealers in Bottled Attrney-at-L
- F*AY MORNING, AUGUST 26. many people Imagine. Slow by degrees tio. The District owes over $21,000,- t Tr SODAWATER, STRAW tBERTe U; L
. ^-,-, have Republicans been invited to step 000, which consumes a million anli a J Sarsaparilla, Root Beer, Ginger Cordial, alpine. ,lat ie La. Land Oui.e, (uafelie. ,..
anI t ~~~arteL d Office. Tailahase'e, a ape,-'~ r
THB DAILY ADVOCATE IS pubhlsea every down and out until the aggregate whole quarter annually in interest and a iz- CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE.POP, OiCle at curt Houe, Gainesville, Fa.
Dorning, except Monday, delivered by carriers amounts to an army of enemies of the n n. n aid that the Disict nr Al r Simonon's Artesian RAN J
in the city, or mailed to any part lf the United ocratic art who are now in a O- Ing fund. It is said that the Fist Ginger Ale, Cider, Simonson's Artesian .
States, postage free, for $5 a year, $2.50 for aix Democratic party, wo are now in a po- would have been bankrupt long sice Mineral Water. .BOOKBINDE]L
months, $1.50 for three months, or 50 cen(Bjr sition where they can do less harm. but for the fact Lnht the United Stte --ALSO-- :
one month. ; Where the law compels the President to government bears half ite expenseof FLAVORED SYRUPS, SODA FO-NTs, EX- AND DEALER IN
Local advertiaemente al5 cents a line for first permit Republicans to sneak in and hold Igovernment ber h TRACTSfi ACIDSnee Etc.,n Etc-YUP
|nsertionandl.0 cutsaeach subsequen~tinse government" TRACTS, ACIDS, Etc., Etc.looe tlit$"+F IL w+<
insertionand nteachbequent they have not been disturbed. But Agoet twenty years ago I discovered a Uttle T A Florida
Reading notices 20 cents a line first insertion FloQuality of Iand L w B ks
and 15 cents a line thereafter. Business notices notwithstanding the civil service law se on my cheek, and the doctors prohyscians, Mad from Smonson's celebrated AsaiantdMin- a
at eecii rtes.Rats fr dsplaed dvetfs- ha ben sandng a a tumlin bloklliamanor. I have tried a number of physicians. Made from Simonson's celebrated A~esian Min-
atspecl rates. Rates for displayed advertihe- has.been standing as a stumblhig block bi d t ou without receiving any permanent benefit. ealWateri Goods deliveresdtee TALLAHASSEE, FLA. f :
ments Made known on applications In the way of reform much progress has .th cit. H had refr.. ... I sAS
WAIL advertising bills 'become due e Aer Democratic admintra- ongthenumberwereoneortwospecllist. at home. The trade supplied. CoreSpondence l
first appearanceof advertisement, unless other- e e ..... a-nCr ni medilcne they applied waas like fire to the ing. Call on or addressra u build- De emb i ,l. Iawwr
Wise stipulated in contract. Parties ot knoWa, Wlon by the removal of Republican "ras- l e.causlag Intense pain. Isawa statement GAINESVILLE BOTTLING' WORKS. E. W. DUNCON. -
to una will b required to pay for advertaising'in calls" and giving their positions to hon- -In the papers telling what S. S. S. had done for Feb. 25, daw 4m. ttoney-at-Ia ,
advance.LecwJtraba. 4TPU't an ha others similarly afflicted. I proaured some at A
THE ALACHUA ADVOCATE, the weerty the heads of Mugwump Republicans +S ouce. Before I had used the second bottle the S GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. .
edition of T-a DAIL't ADVOCATE, ts a 4-pagft&"- ee decapitated, that it has brought II I hibor3 could notice that my cancer wasf COLLECTIONSA SPECIALT
column paper published Thursday, and oontayins deaiaedp.' generalhealhhadbeenbad C T A S L. .
s, iu forth from the acknowledged head of the 9)r juhcaitguip. lily gnrlhealth bad been bad
aU the news of the week, Local, State Ib cvo service humbuge k head of t h ^ 'U_" ftar twoorhoeeyeare--OhadahacDgeosl Ofice: Ende IBiocl1Wet Miam street 6la
General. It is the beatweeely paper publihe, civil service humbug a melacholl r oro reeyear-biIa ha ckl eo r 86. dawtf
-ohol, to the effect that the present Des- I pit blood continually. I had a severe /
in Florida and will be mailed, postage tree, to-i howl, to the effect that the present Dem- LAMBE,* inn breast Aferaaig sixbotlesof
any part of the United StatesorCanada for one Ati administration h only dnee p l.. pinut yreAt. Aertakg sxbottleof
dollar a year, in advance. .ht the law made compulory, so far as h3-.itA. in ch lt..ie It ge s toutJ cner -AND-
All remittances should be madteiby 6* 1 d ,n for several Rears. My cancer INSURANCE AGENT
money orer or reisteredTXtend ilg-patro IlIage to hadblca is~ 1csvrlyer.Hcne
money order or registered letter. xlndgpatronage to Repuban Lastald c.verall hut a little spot about the ,--"E- PORT BLOCK, GKVLE, FN.
Address, .' Werned. Mr. George William CuIr- rAv K c,f a halrdime. nid It Is rapidly disappear- P.RTu's BLOCK, G 'iNESVIL
H. H. MCCREABY, hti.-aad his Mugwump followers have US ., I would advie every onewith cancerto combined Wit Great ui promptly and carefullyat
Buls mqnesgsa/s.. clfidence ill the President. They .. S.a fair trlal. omieed i ratil A a
P r o i l b t l o I s s u c c e s s f u l tnh a'~ "t hl v e a nd F e b t o o. SS. i de L i v c I l i t i P f t l e y c An S% W O I l 1Sr f g
~-- ao Ith ,,1of a Democrat to stilt them. They Ahe Grove, TlppecaLnLoC4,..lv.l -,.,- ,rne t.-evcannot I LIH 8eN
Prolb ton is successful in Santa t it imagine that if it had not been e,, .he n ena bling_ r we a ... .
i.th t,- hounr, ntthu~t fatigue. In fart. theg- are .
---coulnty by a majority of 150. hooP the-_i facte tha the Prsdetispw
"ounty by a majority of 150. itbe fact that the President is pow- at *p,, s eirely ,vegetable. add PERFECT SIGHT PRESweRVERS. pThilsoa, pwih a newad
erlssto eah m ny Rep blcan enimodionq hotel in [ he beauty iul a yoth
The Bulgaran situation is last beo- es to reach many Republicans, thiu B tocure.cancersbyrorelngouthelmpu- Testimonials from tile leading physicians in Santafee, nine mile north oef Nwat l llevi ish
country would to-day enjoy the bless- A; sl t-.m he hiond. Treatiseon Blood and the United State. cafn he9 ven. A lo have had now open for the receptlo of vitorsi Tothe
-n oecmlctd addn~4~ *o n hns ii s-- i~ their sight improve-I by their use. -overworked or otherwise exhausted and deo-
Ing more complicated and dang thi..h.ipoe y hi e. ,
WIng fbre cPicaerdan I I of in honest civil service inll kis.:.!ldfre. bliatedits surphuruns water will be found not
ThepNartional Democrtuc goH CO., ALL EYES FITTED AND THE FIT GUAR- vung de lginul and exhpirrattng,dbutstrn
threaten Prince Ferdinand throne departments ofCANTEEDBY andg vgtone t the system generily The
Sfiment. The National Democratic ginITN I!TTT R surrounding. are least and tbe drive n rom
The editor of the Montieello Constitu- Uorui demands an honest civil setr- This p.1nler rier vari,:-. .\ nitiriop-t p E 3, ATLANTA A.. M MILLAN & MILLER Ndwnasviie. over a fde undulatingc r
tion sayshe needs money. Thousand *e,'4dd the President knows that when i.tr.agtl w.,les.,e. MoE li ,RNE 3&. ATLd AViLLE, FLAof hill. and amnoc, romantic andtrtl
I., cld thne, nn p t h 11 .r. l,,na% v I It ni ,I au d p .Ie o f lowI E V L L F ~ ++ ( f h l n a m e o m n~ n i i t r s i
lofpeople are In the same deplora. a Republican "rascal" These glassesame )t suppliedto peilles at The table will abound with the very best t
a -publican "rascal out and tet e luinr ate gowae re Feb s 4 dlim t country affords and no pains will spared to
Wlb h~-d ]) Tbua SHEIRiFF'S SALE. ainyprice. e.2.m mak-e our guests comfortable,.hre o
S "phix." Vbnthonest Democrat in, that his ac- *OLDONL .%, t ,N h-ae I'h SmErlhorwil.lbS0er. Am o t opcRw, m uet om orteef
V. Porter. tn ue vrille. ROlY AI BAKIRG ------'R board wbll be $20 per month. o r
Th Prohbitionists have gained a si- will be regarded as thle strongest POWDER ('0. l6 Wall St.. N. .1' 8-dm Nottipe is herelv giVu' that under anrd r vir- JChilhilnu and nurseshaif nice.
"'" The Prohlbition-sts have gained a s "t Esecittiou iesu.,a otit of the ('tCircuit raoPRICTOR 1, First-class carriages and backs at reasonable" haeksi
nal victor n S count, thd t ile evidence that he is doing all Alaiun Couuiv. Florida. an to te rates to conve aseers at Newnav.le
mavictory ein S oaneeouny t pwer to render satisfaction to the I 1 ave levied upon an-i w'ilt sell at i epot yF.E. bi liaus,Es. -E
I I l l 1 I 1 ff - l l !~ l ih t eu t r y t ,; t i l e h i g h e st b i d d e r i o n M I ,:u d a y G A r p i t r
majority being about 500. Only t 4 $e to ren Utiatli to B. itub -'111.1010- PAPTIIDV G.Rj. al. (~A. Porer
y B rad-l.by giving them that kind of a NU lay .ifU-S..t 1 j-fj.i h -lay,., Septenl er A. D. 14'7. duringttiie jEM CIGAUJV111
precincts voted w et. o .h. r e is5 h..ur f -t i iat. fiou t it the CoVrt irod ee
sw'lce to which referenec is muade ,-.i ,%oo ri the ',tv i..aiuesvIe, Alailiaa.ounty. Fro- dfveyears' personalobsrvation I have
lorida. the f.nlw-ng ,te:crthed propertyI to- IANLrTACi'URER OF uniformly fougrd patients/aboig under di1
The National ditoral Associati -platform of the party. Our A t l., .,,h ,s!bt Drmeetyi Ii- gpe raui e
The National Editorial Assoclatib Ac A that fe-rall iiitiir, eAll Tha Ic Tb arcel .it lanil iwituated i u the pepsia or any dera em t i g o
Intncorrespondent says that tirfii.hi' a Pifl u ohviem qa ricofn Section Four. Township Haan muuch benefited by the te ~ oda
will hold its annual meeting at )env 4 -r g the last floaarl year 3,048 officesrreular Meuptnuttui.. .' "tr1 cange Twenty. Alacual Ci s we ayae F nMngs water, and haO ipoe
gio Leu ,'- .rrr. ,re i .r eldte. c .a;- c d ,i ,,w : B eginnin g at i p ,oint in etsin casesofcb ron ic rbal a d neu-
Colorada Sept 3th. Mr. were established ; disontinued 1 500, r.- n_,.hdlctf the run .,t Sweefwn-ater Branch. ralgic troubles from its nuoi.. ,
at the Times-Union, is President of this S ir l i nt be-u;- the Nor1hea 'orter,, 124- AND DEALEa nN A$W &4 N_ D.
appointments .on resignation and coin- J i. F Mclin qtrv, running thence Providence. Fla., Junet2,)7.dI
l, u-m the north i oune rvla hngect Faid MgKi' hdtre. '
Asoclaion. missions-expired 5,863; appointmients ot et nikon l ine ofigaulii-sus A.CAL 1*4 .ACLE
A dispatch from Nashville says Mrs. removals and suspensions 2,584; appoint- a Fe. "Townilii, Ten, Ranee Twenty, thence Sn Chewing --
A dispatch from Nashville says Mrs. ofo h along Stinou line :5,i, feet. thenie-. East to -OFFICE OF
Jacsonwif of Andrewa on change of names and ites, t beetwtrr Branch. thence -iSouth along the Cigarettes, Snuff, &c. OF t -i
Jackson, wife of Andrew Jackson, Jr., .e_on c I n, Ii Lite ,.urlueof the ruu ot yweet ter Branc. h (n.: be- o- A
and mistress of the White House during 482; appointments on deaths of potmas- e -iirine An

IEr tr.l,-Another attempt at train wrecking z.%47 pi-"f nPT levied up7on as the property of of ataruespeai hn t tlat

has9occurred in Illinois. The perpetra- of 6,3 f Atree w e of: E r.. Pi nti7 --iir. itve tAKe aND DEAL E i the title toore,
+, To Ai ,,+,,+,,to-o,+, oot~f an Exe,
President I Jackson's l mfe, died at Dthe tmoras, 589c Adniinitbrao whrincth 1 ire.- i r agRtL i Qo. West Aie M June T3tA 1G85to

Hera ith T e wb w of postmasters of all showi dng the -r ofn.o, W. Inutgte .o u T. W ,e Square, Gam Oe lvao Fla. Apr I, dly.O
,h f te ELYuierta held. th Abstractsr. at.8h..fsea. S hrt
yea,, 13,079;-for the years boy85 and 't',e6, at a WIENGESi
ahenA. C". Fla. AugNst A 7 l n e a b i

Another attempt at train wreckingo 22,747 and 9,547 respectively, makinrir l Laws i I liia. i-Irin a NC, Mle
... occ rre In Ilios The erpetra- total of 46,373 for the three years of it ],,'P.:ui 4 P I[tl O MAKERS AND DEALERS IF H l gp reted atcomleteo.

ohnI Commissioner -or nor %-.E -%'
naso c uge t s ofl h e p pk" be e mocrati. reig r tat on i ofith 1 e h,_t h,-,ok. '_F._ _,E "L us P anl___ll_.ro.e ite ou o e
.. ..s g.. a.d 18e ocrai bi lga r aat.,. (3n. JAu .'. Mwll N O T ICt t E O F E LE CTI O N A laain A lach ua_ ___ o n -
rs t caught, i nou Dh hig .tdog o ^ B Bf new lhi-,.Ire. BRAF[f[.t,[E~ltULA[O ^^a 63--'If--"?L-10-wn rB r '^ "fAO~tASBC OP
ealtwith. anThosewho would t willfuth' thip s wt 1 t1in WO Ni S A--l ci endsieleC l t L Ou 15 a .
wreck a railroad train are worse than~t' wprf pbxdan utid" li, you "- ELY'S I WE ARE NOW PREPARMk' TOFUNh
... -u "ite lie a -the "the b oy`n in the lPAA W B A LEh n n T hev B ,,rt he S a 'jty Couan,,nK
W CREAM Bon Siotr, ,,i ti, anda s ciuntv. Florida. at a raett-alweeH a

h high ,nSh oaii llli and tle o lfl IIIes 11 I ,.iiir nOit' ir -,h a ro hi l plaed in', Alachna 2n da
d e n Ru herford a t l w ero g-, o A r p ; W? aS ,t OClev e.lan etle A. D. Hse7. ,he uuder aun I by virtuci eoo in. -TA A bs t a s a.OSBhox r tsEFi
0-toIbtn, %th 701 2." ite317o, Laws -of Flit-iaf nlotice ishereay
oho C. Bt2aek, Commi asioner Of lW ;FEr, ARCHER. ,L s "A, "a byerF..ws vr

W H.,and gu beinganofte Ik-- a i k sre n netted rat some ofth He At ou elerte.utig ien to i he duiie lors o Alcna St r 1i, Aswthuaf cou nta F.icr, n t C o ua,.
-s st a s dv LHlli Ne.on II-oun 2th day.,-f an epteii br A. D.ei t 7.d1. etr the.- -Lb*lt b t -1 g"'
p~~yslclanpaper .04-kn Senses-f Tilt sale Ineti-xt'emaleng Lluloirs tZ. Wn-oBer -- ALCU A ONYASRATCMAY
ranks, Is repYr ted TIhsll witht o t 1 th ll sl or petrohalbe ibited ifial-at u c un Our work wtyw wilp ie *mne 151i8 aw t.f
w ,:. ,. B eee '6 1:i ,c. p r ,,hi- ul:., tert -.i, A i eb a a 6 a b i s tim e n t i p t h e S t a t e : _ l W l [ $ d r it $s a l l hn s K
d "hr o n receive certan dcem 1 t h r 0Ut ltnee e l he Fo e E AuioTn.e c r(.ia t t l ,f Chapter r
[$0n 1~l0 nt9! 870)" .... (,,[21.1j, Laws of Fi,:,rida: notice 1,3 hereby Satute l; 6 w it h ~ 2 r tL a ln 'R a

Wu i ab plghan b truy e toiv f .s A e o .01 D Sn to the iqualifl te d E lector o A lachuaio n i 1 l t. t
4en -., anu IS Sro ng attefOn t ry hue at more evable repiitatfon R ea a t ores the n tat au Xeleing. r eidwth S ellin-tate Office
stadthe high standteing of 6 av. mai hit New SeuesreifTai e BAYFKVE T5ucr n sil5 diawti.Jn tno oe aeer toAU BCOT YLST
as in g ton York. Thi, it occurs to U.IO -( boti,- ,, beh Idite tAachua COnht, B. he e 15V.w 18 5 I:,fe
i se a endU n0a. No r ua ltes it ti n h-i Aprle l, Hearing.r l rhel at e son -iiral otluetz p ala haes in Alachua
the~~~~~~~~~~ Traur eprmntude reiithion Fu~e -day ather 20[h ecton
I llen Rutherforde n l o hg wie rrs tespn a aDuheTecl-cnt s.M "Eni RHO' e on Tuesda the ,th da y of S ept eprber .y (o W.b.. W
? try Gns a more enea viable ih e ltonal quick Relief. n c A.te 1L. V), ]%7. The RallotLE us te at Dal election
standing and extensive practice in will a e n ,io n ao m at ha\'- A p i e ueJ--A be .-Fo:.r Selhug.' of re "AFgan t Selling."
a-r, leua amlh- ,iiCr E E The returns of FaiE eAlerkC-,n utuiut C-e made to
Washington and formerly an auditor al adn d c om inei nfuene of of laenua Buntly no. 1' AT.Ot-T
cetres u ry a in I- n those essential qualisesfl a tttieg hic .i ru t- of t lnalnlget iant eaN OI h nrtrcl aSnd Is wie -theiCon ty atentolgi ".4
the55-xiOO Tresur Deprten undr re*
toea re a -0 utn a RO S Ne Y Wnitne ey hau;a and the eal of o r Circuit fo th Pe in ofc. ih rPu
asdd a safe e r, th an G a H il r r e. E_ e o Coqirr thE. the 17tih dad of A u gus A D 1687. P.riCeettt eyare woUrtb.
heGrant, has been arrested upon a s d e aware or the great Office a2135 Green T'NTTQ'VTT dent Cleveland J. A. aitomeE uy ethem Dgx-i-*tio8fi .

k hi. therga of receiving certain records dent A.eveland iX aware oanf, IF- grew eshie ieFR Aug. 18, wtw. Clerk ('LncuA" LIcourt. Do ss anSd Being,.o 1nd Baseet, .w .ow o,.-
abiit anden commndin forth ubuldie f ce" of~ ~ flaellS "1.-tii- til 1Lago- nitane %, KY I RS TY,^ fo I^ a^^^^^^ VW
Stolen fromthe Pension office. Richardability NOTIrE. College rattev 4.ltnN
Brumer, Gov. Hill and i consequence ente tains f the o n tl, tear il al ucaI tiroat,F SaAfl t.g Clcheapest & Best Business tbfege in ,the World.
,erk in the surviving soldiers pe a t ca ll the lung e. Asu Acrid fintu u a zecreele, the' --t GNTCR Sn IN P
S division of the Pension Office, was also for him a high regard. If Gay. Hill -,cairge i ac, lmpianie-I with a bu, rniug geusa- To all Corporationa. Comp r a nies, or individuals etloaGld Medilt o n e elsrerC gav , .l'k
nowsttrusted to lead tone Democracye of io ion. Then are, ever -paimw of sneezing. fre,, now onning or operating any railroads in W rdtGener alm BuorSnesa ofdu lou, 800 o tlK nata i 't
uested c ge wit t eatquent rttacksof healat-be, w-aterv and inflawed whole or in part in tbis State. and the public Business. i0Tember, tmploJed. O oCiuil Bousi oef Tfo BOO w* l l U 00 1O o pugbo e o

aretcB~u harged withd stnealinth re- can be State in a aod paigui for thab dewp e-wrat nde upoini to rreliev athe1c sandcure. Take notie thatthed Railod Comiehyassi-0 oner ahn-d, W rureF ittuE&Te H.MA.su~~taa. of nel U.
the Empire State in a campaign I fo" th e eve Ely', Creram Balm i- a remedy that can generally. Course. ttnfludFngTuiation, Stoloa, ery a.-i aiJ. ,aba $O. tI=t color-ale"Ir |vinit
R h o r l-ci ed 'T y p e .Wrstl an Ap u T e eiCoql ew. fd ntw ly a ll nl ll W B v t ,I apslln
'r dhenfpdeuapotho pe t O UXreliee &f onie onnd c Take notice that the Railay Co mmtsseorners iVa uon, nter NE it. r dt t 4thaFiua.S i i
e prds in question. were-eleoiti of Presideutcolevelaid, si(re- of the State of Florida w ill meet at Tallahassee Fore orofs onre. bar hd. W. Silt hPrnk.cipal, or plans fair u ltry tsi
Thedea h o S one r F B ird wh ch ly those w working in the intere sit of' file onSO ] R O X & 0 ~ hTuesdayprp~ othe 6x ngth ,day taof at,et eptem beran j tnextralefor W ilbu 1L dawthm Prsd. ~a o,r X11"_ .bn .-, ' ar or ,t h I
th et fSecrF arwihBN O ,R U 01 he purpose of filing reas3onab e and inst rates .0y1 a~l &b
occurred ffi Wd ingtn a few -days .nPresident should have the Nairness to ae- for the translortationof freight and paSse gers.
sinc, Ifa a]'ttytO he wrldof cord to him "that recognitlou" whh'h hisr ,t ( S M T S oo ., _,,oo ,+ o,
crxaT. d p-- T'Tusiue s in tchi State: and for the pnrpoae at TD
since, IV a c~alan~lty to the world of to hi tha reontinwih ioliueoberve bn thzall raniod om hepanies dofa ARCHITECTURAL & BUILDERS IPWORK, -
sience. e d e merits deserve. Sh tould the National tiakug gjust rulesan retwlato ns as to charges a
science. nHe devoted along and. useful a1 i at any and ,all ,ionts for t e necessary handling CAST ANDg wneRou
life to scientific researches and literary Democratic conventionn nominate Pres- and d eLivery of freight: and for making sncg h: t m
lftrident Cleveland for re-election, he would --ND- Just and reasonable rule and regulations as.Building Material of Elar Do 8tion --
labors, and his works on Natural s listo- ide Ce rtin h e ou may be necess-ary for preventgun just discrim-,.
and.science have ino more earnest or influential sup- W u k nations in t3 e transportation of freight aud
passengers, and reasonable and just ratesAof -_ a arfl to d
Audbo and Agasseenize wihi borakwth pof ter than (7o, ilA. No Demoratago a1& ePS,~ charges ta the use of railroad car- carrying Sash-bars, Sills, Shutter~s, Ratiqlng, ..n.ge5l~~~~llll~ -'
whom he hq..bepa associated in their fa- has any reason to doubt this. The De- SA uich railroad conltlanies by their agents or Posts, Brackets,Ac, G~alvanized ~ o rII.0PidCe, ASS~jO~i tE. D AN~i,8 t
-? :vorite fields' of eni~eivor. Prof. Baird macracy will endol'se whoever may be GAINESVILLE, FL attorneys, and all other tek'nos interested will Pedimeuns, Plin adCorrugats iedr1 4 c--pag .
be fully and fairly heard by sajd C'ommtissioners Skfllghts. 'TlinadGoigte l.ong/ ,
plateulsove cy sed In ioione thadere Pfresncyon the day above mentioned, anB a dinmg. Walter's Steel Shingle ntC Mg

.. was 10rboycot a besne ssto of thisrae, Wfor to placd in nmeitsaetionfrthe Preside wnerye-epigoe hi ibt hnAea'.18."Setf..^SVMU ^' 9, B*" HO LD, "
w s rul abeefatoeofhifrcefovt Hi'll will, not d ac New and seconrl-hxnd C.:tan~ages and Wagons G.G6. M~cWHORTER, Plts bt rnm na adpaamifllSi- -
hm he eoleof heUn.bdSttt a bueafGo.advance euhn osoigadrp~maPresident. (.ntr glee, Tin Plates, Solder, Ae. .C E L
him thiefl pneopled ofo the -unitedln Stts fr the claims of President Cleveland or any speciatltv. Call and s.ee our $4;5 w-agon. Can't E.J~. VANN, Con's GhATES--common and Basket, aw down
alwysonhad.oresoINEganSparugaand rained; Iron BadksandJambosfor ten fires. m w d
~ hifl idbtd orte philig phe e~o~at e ea i heStte JO WG. HINES, MIIhton's Tiles for Floors eartias~&c. The A ~neuati
* the Fish Comibisslon and the propaga- NOe en~ta.b ea h t ICe. WADtv Tiles for Mantel Facings and inajad work. nrfr'~*~llHW
" tion of fish in all their waters, ,Mr. Frank Hollis, of Cape Charles SOIE. HERIFF'Sect SALE. izgTle-taabezdSLATE-RooflnsaeFningSlate Slatean~be er.t, Ma~als (mar-. .nwrgl sun SQUARE, |
- City, V a., made us a pleasant call this To Holders of Warrants and (Inaims GLAS--Ondoyant Cathedral 'Pladt eqiored, G&NSIL, : FOIA
Gratifying feature of the contest week. He i-i jtlst starting a paper at Ag~s atFoiaSmnr. Notice is hereby given that under and by vim- embossed, ground and euiameled. Pasat~r ten- ANSILFOIA
norenuaeenth oa pinta paef ecle teHrl.Te-n of an execution or writ of Fieri Facias is- rermand Brackets. 0 0 B0
town is growigevery rapidyoand optibe Notici is here-u$ ivcn that rhe-Btoard of dun- 'sner out of the Circuit Court in aed for Alaehnua BRASS WOHK--Aadtmons, Fire- o t c.a BOOe.
question '~is the fact that with few exe p-uonnt ro in5 L'SOIaid yBIO O L b -
ere- ation of .auI Seminary reque-st all holders of 2 u t h, StJudicial Circuit of Florida, for the Flue -H hardwood M antels; Cast, 'tz llh2ien
hieve tblere_ Is a good held for a n ewspa- warrants and claim_' topre~ent the sanmetoJ!. *umnof one hunndred a ni eighty-six S0-l00dol- and wir'eFencing. ii. 31 A -,
tihus people have not become., unduly per.--New York Proof Sheet. A. Carlisle. the becret-ir3- of saul Boanid, within jars in favor of J. W1. Williams A tompany Aug. 17. day E. Main St.Qa l~vi a5,
ethtdeal ofx sal-wrr ants and auts. Byri omterom Indagirectd I. havenleviead upon an ile l a t~c Dhel- andWeel PaesPtodcls
exie.This is as it should be. The Col. f'qllus was formerly a resident of the ne-sit thirrnty days f lis yortepuioer of hel sdaginsted F. Favel yeeand topcu andsueb -er- atT. r.oau,,,
evil'effects of the intemperate disculssi~o Gainesville. He is an exper-ienced the Boaril. J.DU. MATHESON, tubllc outcry" before the Court House doorin ,. tHOS. '
ofth emerne uetonweemae orn~it hvigben oiictdvih ArI'K-T: Presidlent. hue tOWn Of Gainesvtllle, in Alachna county, "GAINKSv[tLLE, FL-ORIDA. -U ''4Rkvbtno17aseclalty.o
of p:nth tenpranc te laetio ee mpaigdnte jornals, ,aing beefou MI-I 'etd -tJA C LSLecretary. dat, iriathe 5uigth daythof gabepsentbel'ur oA. aeD.IS, oi8,o-the _i"
-----fpfndrn h aeemag ntepest alifrtia, Marylant. and Gainueville. Fla., Autgust. 24th. ls'4.? t~1owing described personal property to-witt: e I1Lyth1.aa m~alaykefttn fartJ.Lt5
ea.I oprizso htSaeeLsewhere,. He is a writer of far more One cherry set of furniture contamning pieces, YVIIlesa UleJGroc EvrtigsiykptI ts-hmea
i i sid hb @ w'ow carried thno.inryaiitan.ude i Government LnsadCorners., w muattresuses, two woven-wire bet] springs,
Iti adta $14 WO hn wn blty n-udrhsadde tedsetead, one dining table, one kitchen Ptoery and aeetonryn store alva!.yseniasud.
LIEfutenwno cran r hds "+POS I.S opr~indeiingap wbcax! betream nyewnowwk
away with et'eiteinent--who were really control the Herald will l'nost likely- he Lo-ng continued success and experiences in my tbegfourteen wardsow curptains ore shandresd fO X I~ mprlo dcla schaeaitb~eam. *.. jltoo ~tb
h1 business, an dl constant pra cttice giving mec ton- and thirty yards of iloororcarpet paper, levied by men aranbacnipn pn~tte.'1m A no ,_ ,
S temporamayy,_insane--actuanly s fair ior- successful. (Certainly 'mx A Dn OCA ra fidence as an expert, I n-ill guarantee to prove p dn ndtt be -,ild as the propertyof the de by me w.ll-b pmpl ed iwE JJ ,
u c o e y t e ~ v e n m e t ~ e h l N a -s u fe n d a n tF F a n e s a id e s e u t io b nto s a tie t r a Hy ftl, .o +-N. o--
got the rules governing cbinmon decency wishes the Colonel that degree of success upeonsthbeargs byrte Governent FieldtNotes.u uapon Famney.i S. H WIENGES. ia ... ay Mao A S, O -A aMANPOSR
as to boycott the business of those who to which his merits entitle hdm. owner. are sleeping over their rights, when iAngst j. 1887. Sheriff, ne sSOUDBA

held contrary views. Nothing at the they neglect tirnve up their corners Wilmst it .. -
held contrary Vmeys. Nothing of the iavbedone. Will answer all calls promptly :NTICE OF --B RAOs T REmT '
kind, we. trust, will be indulged in by A Chinese Complexion. to any part of the County.'" Address at Gainesm- NOTICE OF ICRPORATION.Groceries and Provisios sold only to Me. AT
S- the citizens of Florida. 'When observed in one of the ('aucasian v o won W. W. BAILEY, The undersigned hereby give noce, pursuantsh Grain and Feed at whol e to mcr --
tuhe~o andzen ofa~ Public.. tce iAs Actcaiv obieiT oeudrsge hereby give notice, pursuant chaints or cousnmners. lanil daw -AWSL JUNLO
S. race, is indicative of bile ii the blood.. daw-ly Couuty;urvevorand Notary Public. to-An Act toprovide a General Law for In- HABT Quick and -Aa-,
corporation of Railroads and Canals "that they nP HABi QulCeky anDR. T.- T e. .. Puli Keo""
In from Who would be yellow %-lien lie ori-e t oibemade. Cut this out and re- hateolrnued a co oration under die nameofr nentl Cured by DR. Ttde, Finance and rUlo
tant s an Wen. wil MOO. s f / i S 'o*,cl^ Q p K s .f send yo PIUM NZRQ;OPUM oi ^ '
received rmcaweU can exhibit the hne of health oni cheek ltarntous. and we will send o Widsor, e Newnan and Prairie Creek
2.0--J county, Virginia, says that a dreadful and brow through the aid of Hosteitter's MU Y freeAlor thingofo greatvsvuehad Sfreet Car, Canal and Navigation Company," A PrNE CUBrE. Fore by al -e
ipractoyou, that will start far the purpose of constructing, maintawning AD DrUZJItL
state of affairs exists in that portion of Stomach Bitters, an aitagotist at whose y-mu in bs which will brigyouin more an operatingastret arroadadacanal r Per Botle. . Pa atuma. tL
of the State and Southwesternhgiia ouset liver complaint takes refuge iull onev righi away than anything else in this t hi use in sie con eva ce of persona and he...... o.tentimes 2. P sarin. ""ti
A flight. Fur thenuwte rld. Any one can (to the work and live at properly The said street car road will be For c.iru..ars and iufortpation
caused th droths which have ma ght. Fr upon the tOlule, natil.i, home. Either sex; all ages. Something new, rted from Gren Stteet Windr aloni *nrPHi address TanerOpium Curea Co." --
caused by the drouths, which have made ik headache, pafis ti under the right that iut coins money for all workers. Ve will ain Street to Lake Newnan; and the ana nLP.O. Box 105, Atlanta, Ga. .
the water very low, and a peculiar dis- ribs atd shoulder blade, an tinpleasantly sLart -you.capital not needed. Thisisoneof the from a point 440 feet from. the head of Prairie .. ATLANTAGA. FIVE DOLLAB. A Y1A1.
ease has appeared which has previously odorous breath, are remediable % ith tnik genunee iuiportaut chsuces of a lifetime. Those Creek n LakeNewnan,and then a]lofig the chan- Thisi to certifythat for five yeam I ws a .
who are ant-iitus aenh enterprising will not de- uel of satid Creek to the Florida Southern Rail- slave to morphine. I took eighteen groin'co hr
followed this condition, and which is benign alternative, which does not, like a lay. Grand outfit free. AddressTRUE& CO., rood, andtooperateaboatorboatstoanypoint day. I tried everything I could bear of to be.
Spotet cathartic, drne-h the intestlnes or, Auigusta. Maine. on Laze Nednan. The whole of said road and cured, but nothing waso a. benefit to'mean-.HE BRA .DBATBET .Pfmnrt
supposed to bet4eresut of minerals in like the tarnea p a ctitNwa-. Tiewoefsid ale ahoid,, but matke moref inn Ca ubfnal w bi'u an THE BW BTEEET LTpMrAui
coCanal wul be in Alachua Count, Fla. tlI I tried Dr. G. W. Taiamer's Opium cure.
like the tnercurial preparations, c t~naa- 1T.l an, htve at homie, an-1 make more m -n J.L NEL Y ,aen e~ efrI o tal o o l I b .
the water. In-'thebead Horse Cav eS blod Nt bt J. L. KELL'EYI bare no desire for It now at all, nor could I be
tine water. In the Dead Horse Cave itiate the blood. Not only the liver, but I woy at work for us. than at anything olse J. A. ROSEBUROUGH, Induced to take it again under any ciroumatn- -
neighborhood there are over 100 cases the stomach aid bowels are aroused, j in this world. Capital not needed; vr. GEO. W.KELLEY. ees. Those wishing to be cured will find your (Buslness established 1849-Incorporased e.
tone an e-111e ) niare started free. Both sexes; all ages .ae1t018.wmrmu l hti lierti. +_.
with thirty deaths. Nota family escap- toned and reo'ulaed ) this fnute Inamil Any one started free. oth ses; all a ges lone 16th. 11. wm remedy all that is claimed for it. -
wihtitydah. o.afaiyccp-iie~auls111'- .iiaint ~iuj.Ayone can do the work. Large earntungsi u re college. W*ra AJ J. i.. GLEN _____
ed. Crops are neglected and farm- medicine, which ha' won the confidence front trst start. Costly outfit and teruis trce. Rome Female o0ege, ForalebyA.J.Vidal, Drggist, Gaine-
rops are neglectedof the respectable classes, not by start- Better not delay. Costs you nothing to send E ville, Flia. CPTAL A" SUBPLUR It0.
work is at a standstill, it requiring the liug assertions oi its behalf, but by tihe i.nraddness ad o u t ROME, GA. W T T T TMT fiCrA -- fl R OM ,
entire time of every individual able to consistency of tie claims made for it lan.. Maine. (Under "control of the Synod of Georgia.) V. 1 I i Jt e 8
will nJ sodrcoto at once H.no HALET &e CMIou-L L -- I N E R~ a' U a-
S labor to care for the sick and the dead. with its performance in every iustance BET TEMPERANCE DRINK ON EARTH.- Rev. J. M. M. CALDWELL, President. O al Cottae. Executive Offices, 9, 1 B way, .
It is estimated that 200 people died. in wlien tested. D Patent process for manufactring Peach l. '
+ O'r Cider. WllJ keep in any climate any length of The thirtv-flrst year beas Monday, Septem. A nsTN B GO D f- suomim NOW IN
tcDowell coutity alone during the last E 1 time. Last glass as good and sweet as that firlr her eth. For ciroulars and information address ONABLE GOODS I- -
cDowel county alone durig the last Everybody say Klein's mackere are drawn. Township and shoo rights for sale S. C. CALDWELL. '
four weeks from the disease. the best ever brought to Gainesville. Addreass A, B., ADVOCATE office. jan25-daw Jnne 24, l1887, daw Sm. Rome, Ga. Ire, W. FELTOA. BRAD STREI .

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TiME CARD EFFECT FEB. 7.1887. O R ANGE BELT ROU T E. LAND OFFICE ATGAINEStLLK, FLA.. ijttrcuit Courtrikuteial Circuit -
.RF E 0IT August 19. 7M. 1 e :.
Stand&a. rd Time, go hfinntes Slower than JIack T^Notice is hereby given that the following NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be told as public auction of' Floridau-Al-aiau lCt
tandad Time, bnnt lower an Ja Daily Time Table In Efiet Feb. 7,-1887. named settler has filed notice of his intention to on the Filfth day of September, A. D., 1887, at the Court House in the County of& lacbua, '
me onvlle Local, ---- Ef make final proof in support of his or asmduch thereof as will be necessary o10 pay the amounts due the City of uaiiestville for taxes-
FROM. To. G(OING SOUTH claim and that said proof will be made before herein set opposite to the same, together with the cost of sale and advertisingg:' A $ata r. Johnson. as Ad
rOve lave. Lav TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at amsA~tratris.o -the Xstute ..
Arrive Leave. Leav Jacso l, 900am 80 pm Gainesville, Fla., on Saturday, October 15, 1887. .* 4ln Jo neon. de-
Roadup WEST. Lead dow Leave Palalk, 1080am 205pm viz: David Bell of Sentafey. Fla., Homestead te Str.Jo n/
No. 10. No.. No.1. No.9. Leave J T & K .In, 10 45 am 215pm 107 for h NE Section 85, Township 7, South,
No 1No8 N~. o.9 Lae[.terlahn 107am forp .h NE so I e c=ne own rigbt, and .
Ave n 1124 am 251pm Range 17, East. Iuce G. "John.pl in BiLl for Injuocton.
40a,0 .... ... a 8 0p Leave Kekai ...11 am 265pm......... He names the following witnesses to provelu NME OF OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. |' .owfnibas ir at
40 O pO ......Baldwin. S.4la 402p LeaveMeMeeki ... lam 815pm..........continuous residence upon and cutltivation of M Of said da.*
10 03 & 628 XWC ^e:B ; 9 A.8.P L e Hawthorn .. 1165 a 8 25 pin .. Woo.....Harve. -%r
Sa ....GlenSt, Mary.... 90a 47p Leave ese 8am 805pm 4 m James i,. C. Bradley, e. Bel, Tho'm-
28 rei 1180 am 8 05 pm. 4.^80 pm Ine. sai dg.d ^ri1 7.^--^-
|a|::S .i~pilgvl l^ ^^*----aB ^ 'a i El. 14. Wood. 'an H H a^rvey
9BA 6s ...... Sanderson .... 9SA 4_6p Leave 11chel 3 1 88pmr 8 55 pm 535pm as Wideman, allof Sentaffey. Fla. i 1.
Ou a I5p ... Olussee lo. su p 941 p .0P Leave lSca lpy ...... .....- 30.p n C. TUCKER, Register. Bobo, George Lot 28 Brush's Ad'n toGainesille 5 10 20 692
8Cta 5 19 p ...... Lai Om ty.. .... 101. 5s-8p ]sveLoohbie .. 109pm 481pm 720p i Tuesday, Aug. 23, daw6w. Blate, Est.of Dempsey B 6,R4 1731 N9a
a i poa -f..... l ne..... 1o a 6l p LeaLeak O. 2 m 10 2 & 6 17 800ppm O I Beak, Chandler Lot4. B4, anA Lot 6, B 5, R'I, Doig&it Robert- n'tC OA EA, PS R
45a I.p ...... Welborn ..... 10a 68 p Leave Ocala .. 202pm 580pr m N son's Ad'n to Gainesville ..... of 'OTICE TO APPEAAI,' P EaSD.
7 a 4 40 p ....... Houston. ....... 10 46a 6 50p Leave Welston .... 2 45pm 6810 pm ..... Bra,.... ..NOt3eTeIsdCoE.esile .. 6 OR DEhaU .. ,
757a 4 27p ....Live Oak..Oa.pLae clwb.. 0p fp BarolayH J Lot 83 Veitch's Ad'n to Gailpesv ills 6
10 ...of. 7. 2 LP Leave Ooklawaha.t.. 802pm 627pm ..... Brc],% ofEtLot20 Brush's Ad'i toGainesville. ,l 67 OR .,

S la Sl5p Madlapae .27l 60p 8Bp eve Lelhu .. lS p Ar* T 2pm 6 am* *Ton ip1,S thR a ug u 8E st. 19,lw l M DT vil, or ofLot37, Br ush' s Ad'n to Gaine i-~ 19 38jde ''Ih B eedntByB
640a, 4o0 ...... 4lUp la.ville. 1126.a 755p Leave So, LakeWeir 816 pm 642pm LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLEFL, Fa. of of Lot'0 Brueh's Ad'n to Gainea- l THE STAT-E. OF..FLO7.Q. "A..
o ol a 8 $8 ....... M. Ailb .. ..12 01 Z p 8 7 p "- L e a ve ie b ur g .1 5 5 5p A r ? 25 p m A u g u s tI19, t887. v il e, fo r the y ea r 18S6 .. .... 21 65 ' I. M o d H r e .' a e. G i -

a5a 86p ..... ,Medway.e .... 264p x,l24 a ve^kah'l^ * 4-* tpml^96a 46 enmatefloigwle o rv i oqn a.o W .LtnerJi.G ievl -.... d ^ fthWW-Vin f ^e dho',. a d'par,,t eha' sw
50a 2Uis ..... reenville..... 182p 1405 Leav2 iiae -',i ? 4 11 pm..... Notice is hereby given that the-follbAing Same as theabove for1884. : .4.91 [ 0. M. Wdod ed HlarveC. r-
6a, 8s ...... A nol .... 1248p0" Leav rea J -al 50 pm 5 0 .........named sIettler Ihas e notice isintent toL I, C i', W E Lots9, 10Ii, & 12, B? 4 .a2 Roper's tn 42niLma anbie

4 S tt l o "B^ ? ?1 t ^ ? oa Fr ankB eweal LoAcir.Fa ets an, 10 11, &ee 12 .. 4, R l2, 20ie' Ali to h&,' wl b eene r Ao% .byffainfPl e"1t "
..A.M.o .h.rv..e 5 that said proof will bei made before Reg er CookLHatteM Lot 2, B 4, Drig & Robertson's Adn oGaines- 4 Omn-resiet oSfuthe Stale of FIQrjI, anoqlaJ R.'-
40a 1 26pLv...Monqtlllo.. Lv1240p 9580 LIeave D aoCity .... 61pm............ and Receiver United Stlates Lad O c at iille. "tf4t1e residence of said DefendstlMes niuiowft.
BI4a I4op. r D-n-Balw ........ 107 95p LeaveR Taeand .... 0 pm.... ...... Gainesvrne, Florida, on Monday, Ocrober 17th, Crawford, Miws E A ... Lots6ad7 e Gainesle. 4 o and that said Defendants ar oe the ag'
4ils S p d 001 p L d .l...... Leave Lakeland.. 780pm 1887, v z: Robert Davis, of Archer, Fla., Cra~ford, Mrs. J R N B 4. R. 5, Galnesville. front 0xl00 feet deep. :twenty-owTY.aa] I -.
4011 5 80p gh5and 15pl047 LeaveLartW ...... 8 80pm 100am Homestead 10657, for the N .SW, Section 32, iV CorLotB3, Rb Gainesville .. -2 rtitherfo ;. ved ei er
SOal 105p ..Tallahasee .... 2 p7 1150p Leave Fort Mt ....90 8 pm' 6 85am.. Towns Dp 1, South, Range SlEast. Cron welA Mrs T. NECorL. t37,BT)wn'pAdn o Gainesvie 19 S)o n Tendants,. i
1 Leave W ch an.... 4 85a8m .. 4o p o Gaie o e op r.oed.t ettrutwr
5l25sa1 8 p .. .Midway." ... 2 54 a Leve 2t 69a 68r ...... He names the following witness to prove his Cob rn, Est. of JW Lot J5ar Jail, Gainesville .- 29 .. ed 0 ,

B^fiB ''nSfia SS55 Leave Foat'5i~ ..68m78m. ancmdeawailf~ie(isneiit wB Begin~v~ Su h rn~V20feetSfEoo KS A.arrors* ._ IIMat~tlr
140.a.. 04...0....Qincy ...... 21 Le1ve 140 Is 1.. 7 t6 IQ2lOa m ..... ... eontinuoats residence upon and cultivatlin of Co I] C A ... Lot 20 of Oak Hall Plat ... 5 10 20. 17 84 or demur to the lant
1l14 a.. Mount Plesnt. 411 p, 2ILeave Aradia .. .. O45 pm I110am ...... .sail land, viz: a ain 22 feet Not SE or r Lot r an hi o bticev
.. ..... .... .......sant... 8 41 ... 0 Ca te Nancy. .. .ei in taonpt 28 ee NofS a'rp L tin~a t he(l "o'nor be rd! ffi,, h ~ o~ ;'
isia12 LS .., r.Tnate .. 4 e 0sa LeaveFort Ogden ..1117 pm 1155 am.......... Nallie Reddick. Wiliiam Rogkers Joseph Ja- 2Bru 's Alu; rn S 299 feet E 210 tmber A. D. 87, in de -fault w_. r S .
.1B0 afl a.. .. Rie .un .. 405 p 8 l Leave Clevelud .... 11 45 pm 12 85 am .... cobs, Frank Brewer, all of Archer Fla. feet and N 99 feet S It) 20 8 -pro iconfesso will be entert.d againE. s .
No. 4. To. 8. SOUTH. No. 7. No. g. Arivve Trabud ...... 12 night 1 00 pm .. S.C. TUCKEip, Register. Dean, Mrs. Eliza Lot 1I, U 4, R 4 "9 W .M. Wood and Harvey C. Earle. -
....... 00 .... Fernandina .... 110 a. i ve Punts Gora ................... Tuesday. Aug. 23,1887. Datrker, J H E. lof B23,Brnsh's Ad toGa esv e 4 I Is Ftrther ordered that Jis notel
.pRA-47 p ...... CallahaN ....... 1.22p. .. T JWS I. G NORTH. Iiienti& st. of LG.... Lots 2, Band 8. B 4, R 2 Gainesville. Lots9and 4 .0 hlshedin the ,Aiachua Advocate"lynwsp
iea 8 p ... Jacksonville o ...12 85p 8 80a peaveeunta A ............ ......... 10, B 3, Roper's 1 .. A 4nf 10 -0 publlbed'at Gaie's e, in Alaehu C u
1S5a 140p...:.Baldwinj ..... 140p 940 Leave Trabue .... 880am 20a NOTICE. .Fronring 40x60 feet deep d0 feet N of W -Cor orida, once each week for fo consecutive *
a -11.. H righladndg ... 85p p Leave Cleve4 l 9845am 248pm .. AD. Lot l,nB3, R 4, being part of Lot 1, fronting ,weeks.
S12 8 p ... laort 0 857 Main Street ...inGainesv1le 6.O,9t- alan... 80 amheIn ,i hanee 'hereunAto set. he
WA 5t12185p .... 8atarke ... 2 7 p 1105,1 p xev rad .... 44am 3 57pm. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLEr, FLA.,ManSre.llI iesqe
"S. S hi ." k 1a rl 4421eam 4e3spm August th.1887. Paid',2 .7. Beginningat the .W Cor of B I, R 2, Doig; i.h band andt af e..t.j r Ca1iLrcuit b.ur --
.918a0 Ro..W.33on' B p5 Leave51am Spi. 81aobei..n's Adn to Gainesville. running N .,is he Ithda4f.lt .
JW.c0ba W. ... ,1a8m,68 W m "a Notice is he. c given t hat the folloW ing .450 feet, E 200 feet S 50 feet and W 20fee.... 4 0 5f2 4 0 01s s
10 1 ,sepT, 51.... LeavestW make9 m 9 mfi.fll AtJ .,- ,'p ' .
SLeave Fo ia 5 .. 628 am 7 38 pm tttitE Begin 80 feet S of SE Cor of Mrs. S. A. Gardner's

05S aS*-- *!'8"1? *** 4a a Leave moh i d.. 6 206pm 7 82am .6 a .u a a .A g 3.d w w ~ ~ So..er .a wa I Li "Ln of 1h? intepilll ar,.\aw .
80 p i a e... av ...... 4 4 p 80a Leave an....... 7 16amAr880pm.... 'make. inhs 1.o port ofhis clnl -nd Lot, run S 400 feet, W 400 feet N 40') feet and O A.M. f$ P.PAE, ., '.....
010 1. 10 a ..... 80p 7 aveLat ..tats fw1i he ade before H. F. Y2aork, E 2E00 feet, in SW part of Gainesville. 9 W Aug 12, wIw. O 'M ofilr '

61 BeLe rh ..... 8 0 ave aHawt orn .....82 p 96 a.... ... e ---- Butlerau ncu ig rghso-wa ,: I -**^ *
,AC a98 Cl erk Circuit Court at Lake Butler ur- Edt LGds. Willlmt i Commencing at Souohwe ntt Corner Of the Town
5 p L r 50,0 Br ....... 5 XP 108 o ,f ', 9"a" 4 ... 1 8... e. day, October Stb. 1887, viz: C.A. aEtos of lWimits, run C n592 feeta Southwest r er ly along '
tlp 7 0 a.a Br...Ja .. ........ p lOp isr v"enc1 ...8900 ................ Worthington, Flar.. Hogivestead 1838, foi the F.R. & N. h. R to v l -ed t bf berin ng. .'e No13 "" k ....
liTOa CodyU.. ... IP Viave..o.k.....BI tn....F..R..&.N.......................T bhip 6 5t
l45al2 ap ....... :u 6a6pis A ave m. Nto .. 950am.. ... SW of NEd 4 Section 25, Tooship ie tin Atls commencing 1792 E or SW Cutr 'orpor-
0ls MSa.. .0 ine ...... 8Wp1240a LeaveD 1opa ....a ..... Ranget$.,s13 fiit Eal alte limits. run N 610 feet to Fn I& HCo a o
1.4 sM.. Hawt. orne ..... 824p121a LeaveOk lump .10Sam ... .... Hfnme, thd followIng witnesses to provb his said road 518 feaet, S615 feet. W a 51 feet 8 10 20:
1l2eav1Clda ..B...... ltra .......... 854 148 LeaveLeesburg.- 1115am 610am continuous re sidece upon and cultivationof en B3, R6. Gainei le A of Florid.AaenCounty
120a1122ta .... Sl ." firing .... .48p 288a LeaveSoLake Wetr.l1S8B aa 6 48am .. said land, viz: se'olo. Lot I, B 5. R 1. Doig & Robertso.n's Adn to -
-e10 1 ...... l apOal. .... ... 450p Ga, 76,v Ock.aw a...1209.m 705am ...... Hardy N. Hodz ges, Isaiah Dubose. Charles e ........... Gainesville I o Willie H. Levy' i
Sp i Ba5 ...... 8... .. Welshtox ..-. 412iS n 7. 5 am .........Harrison, Matthew Ivy, all of Worthington, Fiu ia ... Lots I and 3 B I R 4 and Lot 3, B 2. Roler' Adn S. *
10 I p 918a .. .. 4.. .... S40p10a .veOcala... l1pmn 8 10al ...... La. 4 "h toGalnes ale ................Ldd DaniS l to ne d Ce
yOop 9 w08a ..... .O ... 58. p.14a 1 6'.v.Citra. ..... o.. 1.. 1 700am S. C. TUCKER, Register. F vSa y .. Lot ,B, 4. Ro r'Adn to Gainesville r .Ld and G. WJaa Ld.) D
S p 840a ....... Lee.bur ...... lp. 617 4 a 0ave'Loeb fie ..... L206pl 8rdam 755am Tuesday. Aug. 23. daw6w. Florilda Southern Rallway ,L,, a d a d.
0i p 830 .l dr a.p. 8 a ....... .... 94 B .. Toa .g. ef fe tr L van e S, L ..e 8 610am Total length of main track in Gainesville .4-l '
l np 8ia, ......O .a.... ...... 6S p 580a Leave Ga esvele.t.,. 155pm 88p .... NOTICE. -. 8n5 pm.B .1. miles a $5.000 per uile. Total length ofside N- .; .. NOTL.'
1fu1111a a....... Orlanao.L ...... 81 0 a) 754a L veJctelle ......e 250p 9..oa30a .amArg- 2taim Ltracks in Gainesville124-100 miles at $2.,500 per
LeaveHawthorn .... 8 25 pm 9 59 am ... ...mile Total value including rights of- wa
JACKFOILL. BLeave McMeekin .... 87pm 10 07 am.. road bed, side traits and main track prorala
LAND.. OFIC ATNC .. A I..... LA.. T 6T T,0F* X
LCK IL ..B N. C .... Leave Keunka .87pm 10. 1 .am ......1... ..T IN I FA value of rolling stock in Gaiuesvile: totl -
Prl@, ....... Au us ...... p .
A L ve 4. -. .10 oPam Ags1717.length of telegraph line in Gainesville 2-94 E To GeLrg W,..Ladd,1' .e ,' .-
40 Sk...`Jackw ... 6 'he SO 1 Notice is hereby given that the following miles, 1-59 miles valued at $50 per mile, 1-35 Ihvg b.o 'b t l t t e -r.
i0P is....Daval........ 45 Slip Arrive Paltka,.. 5 00pm 1120 am named settler has filed notice of his intention to miles valued at vt75 per mile. Total valae of '. fsndahtOogeLa41 ja-r ba. "
Sip P7keA ... Hart'srRoaof. .. 1 i4p Arr Ja lle. 9pm 2 mae final proof in support of his claim fand telegraphlineinGainmes Ille A 101 the Statea eof Florida,, Ad ^f 4tt a .J.din.
S to0p 7ha ..... Fernandro .... 10h45 a 620 P-' that said proof willbemadebeforeRegisterand Forda Railway&N i said befeoedant is at na rl ., at.oha .
0e BST. JOHNS & LAKE EUSTIS DIVISION. Receiver U. S. Land Office at Gainesvile, Fla., gation Compauy. Total length ot main tiack in Gainesville 1-59 and Chat, saiqf.;, Wolut ut i ovW ithe .
WITHT LACO BRANCH. amp on Saturday, October 15th, IM7, viz: January" miles, valued at $7,000 per mile. Total length I twen. a-oneo ... .. .
G NO ....... Lv 7 IAstor ... Ar 10 McHagan, of6 Archer, Fla., Homestead No. 8o50 of side track in Gainesville .53 miles valued at It ia]Stbherffl 6 *Ire oft:e4;
Leave I3, per 1ile. Tot. 9 -4afl ea in lv 3lin. 5 6 10dgeE S1eaciono .i b-S. .
lav.....-.. .. .........f Si', Township lew- L$.50. per ut5ile. Totalvalue, incl"""ingtrights ,1 oN e tbalid .l *-l
Leave t.... ....... ............. 05 p m - pm a In ea. SoutL m it 2

auge^ 1e 9caTCen Eat. ofTae ^^ wav.oa forad bed.l^ ^ ^ ^ Od ^r9acliru and mai trck L di o r
.. U .. .. ...Leesburg. Ar I1 05 He names the following witnesses to prove his Proratta value of rolling stock in Gainesville. tb200 o of .Compla ut
Leave. .t. m ,5'.' Laniee "" u.v. Lv tow consnuous residence upLe on and a cultirat of Grissom, ..... MeasuringM 1feet East an.I West,35 feet North i -. rpO before 5 ,6-0htAetdefy theibtmberi-Aflta.
Arrive .. ........ ; ..... .. 5 40 p m 7 55 .... ..... Orange Bend..... Lv 10 85 said land. viz: and South, hounded N hr Lihertv Street, W default. fladreftceeSo aesS. I -
m 1o1m 8 00......... Lisbon .... ......... Lv 10 30 E. .. MoKean~y, S. Timmons, i. Johuson. A. by J. R. Faircloth's property, S bvrlropertvof .' entered ag4'nst retba .a e psan&,

Cunieav~e: eyol~ne.n~D R.E SAVANverFLB(, &E-EsENtlehgelbdeteflown lar~dg^ -i L'?adi by D croig' p Ro lerty. on'. Adn : Iti:u~~ o^":]"^^d^^ h~t'zirt'e'/.; ".
lo le .. ..... .. .... ...... 10 10 a 8 10... ... .FGratn A n ... Lv 10 10 SoyU, aER og Aiterher, Fla.. E. Shiverv, E by cCarrolf's property. tsi r d't a
L eae... ........ ..1 0 ........ a Fort lason d... Lv 10 150. BCk. all of, RAgheer For.the year t a ii i.abdi.t...... .iei .x5 10 eellae
..'............ 10 55 a m 8.C TU2ER Re1gister...... L 1 5 rda ,A g ; 1e
Y,.......... s1055am o e 25 100OEstis.. .... L v1005 Fridacy, August9, 7. Glowgoski, Herrman ... Combencmg54.l feet Sof NW Corof B In- 1 "a 1d ubt --eindt'.avlito a -tAGevele, _A]e .
...ae. 1145am 810 100lIt Homer.......... Lv 945 gramsAda. 46feetN and 5 00feet EandW 15 1 2j 159 jaievil. elee rin j cr le .v
.... .R........................ 1205pm 45 10 40Tavares ...... Lv 9 40 N. Gla Rebecca 12, Brush's Adn to Gainesville .. J0 :1 0 e e. k "f -. .
2_65 Ar I ul n Park ..... ... ... Lv 9 Ga en, Em.lyG"' Lot in Brush's Adn toGainesville ... 4 10 20 I .[n,*itneA- wh o.,. hare Ihe''n.toe h...i
,ONTOFE.GINA. regory Jason" Commencing at the SE Cor of the corporate andandam ej u ..
C.CON.ECTIONS: LsND OFIC AT GAINESVILLE, FLA. limits in See Nine, run W 250 feet, N 1800'feet 24 on the 2th day of Jn1, --
,. loo. thckson$.Ue, 'am a& a Key Auist3rd, la'7. E 250 feet and S 1300 feet ..... 9 10',, -i J -- '
..... ...... West y,4tdpSt. A-utiaW'gnd.Palatka Notice ds hereby given that the folow ing Hilton. Sophia ..Lot adjoining Duncan Nelson 2 ee E.. ......... .2. .[SIEA .% Ji' .,. ..
.v,.,... gusa. t OfBe.l d S6riar" *eames fott.0 Aou- named settllr hastdle notiqebf hisintenti to Hill, Roaanna Bl6Brown'sAd toGa esville. .. 5 10 aj Fin y. p, dolt, ..rs'.,
T. .. ,a al. J nL mmakei fl ltrnof min support of his claim, and Horr1B Adie Lot 7. B 5. R 1, Doig & Robertson's Adn to 267 .
........ ........a ......... 2 ,E s all v i n l_ ,t and west """ that Ifad"-'oof will ibe made before Re gister;'nd Gaines vilUe ... .. ....... ., '. .A
-0of~eB-UTS''. 800am *Mail Cle on (01e closed connection both ways Receiver at Gainesville, Fla.. on qau ny. Sep- lto, nta Lt 5 Lanlev's Adn to Gainesville. 62 aneyr'-
T. estee ........ ......... ...... 8 vJAJ.,T. aK. .Riyitailh member 17, 18vi7, viz: T. Qukntim B dhh Ar L xS e ae A,: T. Quintim r so Lot 40x.10 feet Bailer's A"ln to Gainesville-... 5 l0 20:U dy--
..... ............. 81P ,am 1#3ntic C9a"t.LLeFaat Mail. in Bradhaw r 020- U de, & .vJI !4.of"'a'D1e0zb.f u
"' .....~.................m tc Oga iL' h throagh Puaes-' Oiten, Fla.. Homestead 96514 for the EL; of NE'4 wen JrsAie Loo.t N of Transit ' and Ltrop's Lot >tinur o'''e
Atc uTwToWit Nkiet h SPulhl n !p ection Two, Township ine, Nouth. R ange 17 rn f t Lt i- o B L e e o
................. 1005am er over Savannah Florida and Western R'y East. y s S. S!,m 4) fI n eu A'.w to Gf. Jnte..A 1-
I~~ast. ~ H. Syu 14 S.:o i, rof B 11," Brus~h's' ,A0.u to Gaineaville I Iwdit'0 tmle3k,
D6 1, r oT x *Orlea $ensacolaSavannab, Albany. He names the following witnesses toprove his ind Wt4 B 10 Brown's Adn to Gainesville 115 go i* IrThr.M'at .G'
i9U(,U il tl ",,- Lff l--BtFm--*vtlleV 8t-1,on anrtaSl Points.conudln is residence upon and cultivation of Hal ra Beginning at tbeSW CirofSi Lof Lotle3, Brush'sl the the,-So .-'J. idtc t oe ianaatet ,.
Atbcala *w said land, viz.: Ado in ning N 25 feet, 83 feet, S!!5 teet and 10 be nll aOB Vai nt
' ~A b .. A;ca'la w~h.Irloricta, ltainwav and 'Naviga- T.J. Price. Orien, Fla.. .J. J. Hewett, Nil- W35feet ... ,.... 5 10 21 an;Riai" 'J ~
".ery OW g-Iept tio& C.ud S. & 0. &G. R. R. gnansv e, Fla., W.i. W Strole. M. Oiteen, Ha EeL ai t aEesvile e N o t and Ue'nd D.
J ai"0,mal and trains on FaHBSAt d r with -St. Johns river steamers for Ono, Fla. a Beginning at a point 365 leer W of the SE or" ... and',amudl C. Tueete B ,'tytaeB'..
T aind. son '.. Ja v Je, aor .d way landings. S. C.T TUCKER, Register. Lot 27, run W 47 feet. N 13 feet, E 47'feet, S adm' nisrator rese-o Mie Rec bdgs W ed'W t.oov ,'
T1 lu 5SfLt rg wlb' I St. Johns and Lake Saturday, Anugust 7.187. 183 feet, Brush's Adn to Gainesville. 5 10 20: I9.89 Caid1 e se dt

IIHU~j'I TU~nJu Ddfi itH^ lTO.Jafe~i^t .'..e... .lorda Mutheu Ra- ... 5' _,ere. .. ,R7 Frteya 85. ......6h)w 8f^tr5^ r'Si
da. rOiii it of- -0e .a sorida Sou ern Ral a NW Corner of S, of B 15, Brush's Adn to to '-
T51na Sle w 4*adboazs ba allies Harris and Griffin for. i Vowi
fluoL ...l SHERIFO Po .ALE. I. Gaineiille. For the year i&%. i pubit outorr t6 a b ti- '
o, .- on-Lakes" 1- -J m apsoot-te 5, SHER IFF'S SALE.- and 36, VeLtch'i Adn to.Gabiesville 'y
th -Unse'td'y v~~$~eree of Pio vecO j0 A '''BW~lritu's A~a tn'ansil ioj- 4' ~ ~~4
... 4anev-l ... _..: :
..i..rtr4-je.esrl., TL thursday a .a1a0tur- .At i, wade aul rendered nha the oCixcllt CJod of .. Lot IBe A notsi' 1 '
.do.u l a r eein., o day e te aud Havana. the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in'and for ed, Sr A e H & L Lot 13 fe, Brush',ts Ad to l 0 ., Is m ii. taine-.At
mr~~~e~~f-esfaud~~~~~av,1 &, ... L..99,52Yx100feet, Brush'fiAdantoGaine.a- .'' I e| :'--
o ..H.t ...... m*elma. Spn U le n to At elaan with South Florida Railroad for Alachua countI, In chancery, n a certain cause id B C., .vile- .. 10 10^ e a
and 1rom Deluwak Sp-filg. Ksime Alie Howar 1aiant-ada Simon Kth is dfnat Iaar have f and
For maps, et. to n r T ipa iss'mee, Orlando and Sanford. therein peudin wherelinW. D. 13 Cau then Isc6*- L W. I of S of B 14. Brush'- Adn toGamineille s.e 5. 10 o a ron
Fo --meap' rats.. Jo A Puanta Gbr ida with Steamer Vlice Howard lainant'and Simon Kitt tE del 10y hae.nirG n l
D .iOOU M'III'.I SU.,.ttE-,R a^:;-:.\\;:;:;O.W.^ RROM'WfLL,/T .' '
.. Superintenden... General 'n'r.0oore ac n 'ton & C'o.s Factory Lot, ru n NW5O feet, E 1-20 ^' Sou.td^l odSj^lI.'-_
duri thi lGal ns ofisle, a thu pu'b' Fl orida, .t.. feet, S 0 feet and Wor f feet -r6 ac*. 54XZ .2.0 a- r n o
oh naf .n Olad, Pto-w : South halt Dofsouth-east quarter, a e o 's Ad to Gaevneselle .......... the"0vehe oa li

t. _... '"_ ,.. -ifi-,i& S^ *-*** *" V- S S- seto ih 8, tow ChiKeiRti, r angstr O&Sal e2AnIG nevl: Pote ' '- .', i 4'0bt'a dproj: "^ ^*^ .^ ^ ^ ",IP Ii
Cur yea'* tevery afon, MsV leanidto-win 5,3.........tn Dogn Reo Adn 1 5t eliotoil i
Det -... -. - .fscintw sii'ht rangefJr. J Lot1, Veitch's Ada to Ga inesville '- tte, ",,'ee e -o sotya
-ALL, G L'o -"O D 'RLINE twenty (a0) east, ly ing and being in Ap pe0achua I 'd n to Ga i eet E 15 o'f. de in avlor -ilee
Yo m te o G. Pe rote dr county rForida. Said land being sold to satisfy @:I- ., B 5,_ a5n dinors ov Ael e
Itu --id d eeg an os ouFfon f int, r tSteet and b UK feet in Lo2': i It W d bt
J* *x O gu and 1 It. T CAR N F J 9,a..H. W IENGES, Si eeri. 3. .. Li'Ie0 of.. .o b 50f11
e '.lenig C a CH. Lot 8, B 5 B 5, h D ig & Robertson's. Adn teo
tayrd Tw ti .toa ar ru b C Gainesville... 4 pr.o I -., t d.. eight. s chS
S. ." vay. Lot 4. R, Doig l obertson's"Adtion'to -' ..
.. .., an d ...arrive .. '?aaenger Trainw s wl ev LAND OFFtOE AT GAINE5VJLLE,Jl 5FLA'87 '',T... Gainesville -. .. . . . .a or '. :'MTl2. []. I,' =. ..
-Y UJ Ni e Mt M AI L. coiyt15,lori7a.O'GdilandT..............In R opera's A dn top G ainesv ille. .'. "... ...... 4 10 favo 4r9 of-. p t a l ..
Jo 0 AL gli an sai dere aand flw:nondN FoshtyasH.TIH
h '-. 1200noon Notie is know given that the following OarUs, John. ........ ...Lot3 6. B?, Brown's Adn, b 6easurigl0ieetE i od e9 6d. ,1 ..
e .. 20non na edstlera'le ntieohsnamedno settler15N ndS Frte ea185...notice. of to": N _.tt.:
..................................... ....................70 am mhake a '.Ul snppii r$'of hise clai,o and Reg ~ iisLmater....ot."I 2.8 sad v N .. .. 4 00 . N i" '.lL Lot 8,-B 4 ..It ....... 00 m mke 8, Roper's o[h.caiad a~s~mn ~ t ...PS n ~ 8,.4 1.3 Rprs [::.':: '. :'..
"I *'11- . .. :.............. 1 88 a m and feceiver "at 'Gainesville, Fla., on "on- Pet~-,bone, John. ,- B33, It Sand B 4, RB5, Gaines-ville. 138, B} 19, 20, t Ng is' ee y 'm] ".. ."' JS- li."
Lo ~ .at iltIe Itr d ', ...... ....... =....... .....2060pmo day, Sept. 12th 1887, viz: Jerry Childs, of Sen- ', ''21, -4- and 28odall in Gainesville ; e,
ape500pm a ., Homestead tl, fr the Siof NEi4 Raidey, JessRe. ......... Cm ing20 NoSECo
Wb yobd mensCE... .. .. 01am te E 5, R El obrtons-Ad Borh's Adn, runo N7 1%eIeW
41b eti amesved,.mea64

Arte eefn hi Ttas hipL ght:ot. ,R . feet, WV t'22N feet' E.2....e..~ .. 10 20' i. 5__L,
,ov" .. et:' &r~ve;l~, ]l";. .f:,. 40p m He nAkles ri.:foi~owi~n' witw"essetitoprove~sis R,, J (' C ......3 B~ranch.Lotsin Rover'_Adn to(.ainesvtlle.... '" 6' - thisit'2; 0'
Speed) 11_(I-AnCm ctan Uo ,#wt "-vei f .t.,A0 p m contindons "bfnlenee upm. n cuitivatin- of RwL'ceo H... J. 4, R. less Lots 18 aild'l in East G taoesvilie. a d Chap [i'L-[$o.
.. '--. said land, yi' .. .... Lot i n Brush's AATn to Gaineville. .. .... '10 ,ai"e"ll "
owl 'fP ie JuHn 15y Aicar d RiveH. T ..... I ne inni n to a i a feet N of1bounV boundHd N Te A
i s MaWia. Madison Phillips, of Senta0 ey, Fla. -
a.oic i. ThCrER, Regst r sJb. Lot 26 B7, Brush 's Adn rnnEain 10 0 -feet S9 Edt eV~tr 5 v

,.. .~i,'ak~;... E1888 E. F trayIJVl1,1 7Idw.W 00feet and N99 feet to pointof beginning 51 9 !, .(' U K RRgse.,Lt2,Buhs drn 0 ol 9 0t 3t P
N"" tudy Jly16 187iv e w S hhatr,, the'. BfoR'l.n. For the year188 5 ......... .... 5 9Ue .10.i
~~' 'ie o:B .a.. ...i.g.... p LAo to Ga100eDavdlea-thence sW' .r200 eet,s 100 .t- of ineto t -6 .

"A ........ .... .....L p 7 00 a FnA Statirett S S... hi Lo ,dB P oRs LDng J obertaon's Ada to B 4, 3,,mopert
P.*,.,...taM..t. J .V..... iLgoU... .. 8:35 1,.Il0igh& Rnberts-a'N.R.W"i"
"oice isher g n ta t f i n i Gainesvi le 4 0 2
t C~i ]a trha,.,ro-tl (1 mad L~e Ma

.. & I... ... ..It" :14 am euge settle hasts d 0t,.d' ancfs' ...s.i e nt i ma k
__ iveN, ia N It. 7.1am rot supporrof hisclaim, a'ndtbataid SmaP t, Sarah nA B *. L tl 3, R B, Do4 g a Roberts B',. Adn t1 20
n. C. nd fro I a cros, ro wllhemalebefo tegieterand Iecciver GainesviFe ft 'Kim
ne acoa obie pt. Land Office atGiv e. floida on anmdsn. J2'.. o 3.2 al 2, in Gainsvidle 70lndS4aies

CO. N.aturday. October 8th, 1587, Sei iz. Win. N. Fow- ''....l.. L;'boiitht .f Weaver isi a.
0 p .. renton, Fla. DS 1853 ror the Wimof Savage Estateof Go :.. Beg sNof CSori al urvey o. La e -
avut ...t. 1135U~ 54thIenotfo 2tTwnhidyao.oth Rgg Sgie
.b T aIks. ,', 2. 0Bp SE, and NEI dofW Section T1en, TowB run 60. feeta, ru 6 feet.t I feetto E_ 1 'feSk

.. Leave alla h2:47p....... m Ten South, Ran.eFifteen East. "a yv I.lueof.survey, 1,, r 'e a
0 A-'ve--- g y- .,os 4.. pm He names thb following witnesses to prove hisg I je Br 'neglnht i. i j .... .- ... .. 4" to" 00e: r.lle....

VIr 'll / l .' eaon a . p- coot uuons residence upon and cultivation of a d-. ,.-, M .... ....... B 8 .-o H.w's -Adt iesvll e- .
"--" A r ve h"r" e, n...................1.25. samfitandvis:' '-# p- upon. Sophia ...... les s ot 1 3 of t4, IrI in's Easnt GaineyAlme 5, 10 .0.
Arrive01Wt.lniinktoc..... ......... ..... 880 .am M. T.' Browning, *Joha Moore, of Tree~on, ~ 'llow, TB "oB ,I? aievle., .... .
Arrive We ..:.- .... .. ........ .. 25p m ., Peterfarem, Win. B. Do'kejr of-nd- San ez&Thornmpn. .Lot 3, Bailey's Ad a to Gi n eaville ia SJo M
ARE~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ wo AEt f tNED F Ari i n 10 Insai landF Tz-

uO-SI _llien ArietCray. Ast TUCxKeR, Reister. Re, Z 7. ..B.LoisA. a0oG4a '11 f'tounda-y. v
flve___ K ..' '~l n ...... ... ....... ITt-he Qtfth~ate'o I ~~'

',Leave Jscksoitill~e at ........ .--. 4 iSp m Ju dtal c 6tFo ti ... r' .... 50ee, 5-8 .t-Est. e0etg loe1m'~f 'it .-9 "..-
... Leave W ayer s .......... ... ..7:"20 pm county n chacr sitn 'ceIa... ..- ofbe i g lying On a r n' ttjo 'g -
'-" t na ro iLeave Liv 0 .....................6:53.5p~m efndnt i sinseri Chace.. ...on. .... onddbe lin eo..-. ............ .."0 '
L. & 'Ot lDiPNSad, oat. Leake -e~'.::..-..................825 ._p m eaendantP ~Ii. smdter gtu to wl n 'eo, .4y-"Voyles laand au.ireet .'.. 10e-.
~ z i b eI f n e i n L e a v e T h o rn a e J.. ..o.. '. : pm m y office in G t e re n a 7, o at V o e,-l3 E E lin n Hed~ b ~o r -F" e l,- .. A =
A "A.r'.e. at Alln... ..............I. amP Tuesday, the 30th day~ Au sl, Ar. D 87 at o3.. .. .. .......-... ..4.... 410 ;
Arrive. Motonr vaCnrl.~ .5a take~an acco~nt~of all liens and other claimms'' ... )j,.' '. -Lo'nalty i t 11 *.-~
z r z n i .N R 7 3 p als o t o o h a i w i s ri tl m o f- a ll W ers D 1 0p i 4 E n tpa i, L o t if8 B i l 1.R o p er s -Adnt o' G a e l e g a

_Jacks ville-- Florida.o AAq-lyeLonisvlevia L. & N.R.R ..... 2:12 a h i tiet property owned by thesai ndant, to s ave...t e. '*tj' B 8, t adw'i&' 1 ,
J is, so, -, v iv tlle -Flo' ridat.'t.4. Ar Cinciumati via L & N -R R. 1 6:30 a mIn ev~ ,.. 4 10 20 &.1 of a
St TanU via N R .. 7:4an be reported upon to saia Couit. L Ft d. ,-4d -.. _..4n. on
R T TTL Arriear~tt~viL&NR ........7:40 m ,'n , w,r W~qi~n.rah ][ ...... 3 am da 4.B .B 6,ylesEasten Aln [s .. ..se,
CHAS.. L.^,?^ FILDES^ Teyl;,......
T PassengerAgenb. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Jiuy, 2$. f3K. w.w. Master in Chaneer. Ware, Moses'. i .. Lo Brown'A..... i. -,'o
C. P. ATMORE, G. P.A., and St. Louis. via Thomasville, Montgomery ". s .......... 70. .'e. eete andw, ; --
oulis e, Ky. and Nashville. 66..rt N ad S. For. the year.l1885 .............. .4 19 2- .'
-.'^.WB ".-Arrive Jacksonvllle.................... 728am .2. i A '
= I ave.Facksonville. .. ... 700pm This is Lto notify all parties thatpermision to .0'0. .r....aC)%.aML. E3&(aL t:
- .. avealT B ..... .. .. 7.40pm use, orcut. tmbi-ron theladsabeouginglothe -o fect W ve C al t

UoliectorK Eevenne Cit OSnvli' 4,
.--4. Tt-t ...P : +. .,AR CO .ft .^rteg WayotRo ..'............ ,. ..0:30 m *'1 *' Specal Ti.ber Agetf ^ *., "* *-- ... peieBooof R ~enitl -e, Cit ly er o4"f G^be at ^ ''^ ~ ~ ,Aa ."M & ^ Mr^-
.. ... ..... .. .. 0 p oF .J 18 w. ... .. .
?r* in E T*^ P V .o a m ,. .
A MPHE~tABl4 isIA N' ,-a- a-i E ,' -* ... am 18'TsC' in the i : s.. B'i ouj earn n yer%*indo,' ',l i -. 'l5b ~,i ,
.;- 5jtvpcc~. 1 -Vt .720am' Levy,4J1aebu&4.Bradftrd; Colcmnbias nd. r, .1..t~Le. 'H. IIIIIRII w. 0..
.oches o due for tlumiage or timber ciLi on said landb&. DUTtQK O, .-, pilsba ors .HB hB k'tl- i'
t .-d. ga.. must be paida only to me, all authority given' 'we paret fl.l- lla4 daw s.,,t
..-' tornerageuts having been revoked. Border b A- -t..c'r ,.-. atshor:Nehewholbo eotm,or
.fltIe agnt hav ad.cB, moments. Elanes new light sadyt
"- 'P. HUBSAIJ 0. D, M nv e...... ....... O:30 am f the Compa .. Tm. V. BUBerien, -l'a. ... Persons of eithrSser aealy e0ar f..l i.rogh 0aa th
4 l:0pm. b..ns on, Fa. Special Timber AgerI. toptflt eveaI Addaeas & 'nff Is^cep13ih'
-i F ........ Arriv to a &.00 per ev I g, and a
AR ..... .0p I Bronson, Fla., June 1. 187.. -w t ,-lm '
Lea aBsii D 8:4 in 7-......... ........... 8:4 pB ImitE. AND DEALMERS IN _devoltnti ale toU .'tet
Ao)V mT~iu rtts _J aT ..... 8:25 pmo ..... NOTICE, and r earn nearly as men sameo. tall. I
a rfiw ro p~^ .O .A Arrlv"..I teste n.;.a.. ... .... ........r........T. 8:25 p mn _.. (. ;
-Wil pou % xs lE IV rr m -ea- COTTON. wt bosae thi 1maky en
..... ..... .. 6 :,5p min oI~n wei k ha, .-9~oa i~ t pt
.1),i5-i.... E. 1, ..........l: p mNotice is hereby given that "GeereW.'Hyde S I thise. li m w t ak ota h No Is
.4' .t..t.t -,L .. 5:00 a m has this 26th day'6f May, A. D. 187, retired -ro' not well sasef,'d forth atro sfieodwf

20^* "*"10" 'M aco via& en-ltft--i Fl. 0.t~n8 ROINON GAZIIIanLLE FL.c~ _of'^r^ BaelkBtoge ---- of t^
Atnve Macon via Cent.r. ........ 9:10 a m the firm of Joseph Eshleman & Co., Orion, a, H.. ROSN. for the tro le
... Lowest Prloesoonslstentwlth Arrive Atlanta via Central Railroad. 1:05 p mi by mutual consent, and. the-remarning partners 290 BroadSt.. Prqvldenee. I. 1.' V-dt outlt fretiO "i I* AAd
SFirst Clau Service. Arrive Chattanooga via W & A. R. R.. 7:05 p m wotleonduct the business under the satme firm "" CO., Portland, Male
28QS5PAGZ-t~4UEEBOOK" 1qLEAD~G Arrive 181 b ......... ......... 6:10 amw name and absnme all 1liphil~tles. and resconal- a VI L 'nn -.
"-"UPSPERU mgct FE c a... .. 11:14 a mn bilties. T E N,
i"NU MA" SuN". mlwan Bp, t Oar and passenger coahest G. .HYDE, E[IjCo[,"piifi ol, tJIoBwId] d sa, D. a. *'*-"
_d csonvilteNto Chattanooga. june2-daw4w J. J A. ESHgLEwMMAN, x
Pullman Mleeping Cars to and from Jackson- 3OWMWb IllNIA. U e fi.
-" CoNKEUPONDENCE UoucmTMD. ville and Savapnsat. NOTICE. Uniteda_ Deputy pr Core hlt t0t
A N D it -._ T r o I. s s o l d t o a l p o in t s b y R a l a n d j B n e n1 s t a bs 1 a s i, m o st co m n i s e
L. S HAMED "How. .te9Wnnitf-ecttot0, aznd Baggage Checked Six months after the first publication Wf this Mehn&_ lathe South. 1sines, 3oliels OFFICK AT LAKE CiTY, FLA '-.
Of F, Through; aasosleeping car berths and sections notice I will apply to the Hon.. .C. Garden, SatJ sa nd Macin ery. s Lrd
,,s~s#--, 44o..: secued ajm~seuger station. Judge of Probate in and for Alachua county ...i
aRdtfor anl discharge from adminlstrasln.ti hes- I .r.... Tamway Iads avisduia Un
W31I. P. H A REE, tate oftJ#Aes T. Coates, deeamer- elBoad uotOIveb a Specialty,. iasp mad when desrd :: pir- 'p .ttltjldftn""
General Pesienger Agent. S. L. WARE, 'Corrbgpodoisse ollolted. Send far Cuts- ate: Mier will Bi forwardd asnd '- -' r -'
R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.' July 5, 1887. w6m. 4a1raot, aprfidawly waopt attaatmon, Mnj6,y n f.
a ,.=\:

LOCAL P IS ttbowing on the streets. Is our city Split Peas, Barley and Beans ust re.
LOAL PPENGS, government a reality, or is it a myth? ceived. LE. --
W:' ----- -Nw that damage is done to the extent
WHAT HAS ObURRED AND o lar e sum of money, we sulpose or- Frozen butter and cheese constantly for .
W T deOs will be issued to stop ball throwing sale at Klein's. je25-tf "J -C .S .l :
MULL OCCUR. "on the streets. Consistency, thou hast
S goeaway for the summer;.at any rate, Try Klein's C. C. G. Sugar cured
XatereUln Ianformanton From About the th! residence is not in GainesviUe, the hams. The best in the world.
City and Vieinity ondensed inte Short ntial City" of.this sun kissed State. T l f a n Bon i- -
Pa~erap. h The place for Hams and Bacon is B.
Bayer's Table can't be surpased.t' ONAxtMG HaiGHTS. Klein's. ,
Carriages meet trains from Bayers, The best hams in Gainesville are those ... .
Hotel. g thunder, high winds, much wet-- kept by B.Klein. tf. Having discoiiinued 0ur store at Starke and. brought the goods
Bayer's Boome are neat, leti hand New Prunes, the best in town at B.Having discontinued gooo t
Sairy. Aug-dtf eading'splendidly. The festive Klein's. to this w will same at
Alwa. .. at a3 er s. i r brd reconnoitering. The snowy y, we ill ll same
in the oev.o anMt IV a1 eec c6tton is being gathered and Fancy tobaccos and cigars at Klein's. s t
=- H. Hal -- o-'-.. gaInered witpo much care. Many thanks oo*heptKen..
Cart.tiH. Halldo In upon u ton & Co. for their timely Gooddcheap at Klein's.
yesterday f* fbw minute. suggestions in handling, and marketing soCIETIES. T
Yot. ean always, get A lunch at BAy- thlsgreat -king. They belong to that 1
sr'Or. Open day and night. clasi omien who are laboring with time, The Womens' Christian Temperance Union
Point fll to stop ater's whe ayou tale and money to. build p and devel- o tr regular meetings every Thursday at
ylslt GainesVtlle. A gf op orida. "The counties first provid- toPn' bank building. M C. 0.- i
Slein.'s.. ro e. are.. tthe ifrheat be ippaslble roads will tke the lead Ganeille,-eet
en's g r are the reshest, be the of their resou races. first Tuesday in each month.
eapest In, --t Corrt, r.et.Myyunvr. E ROBT. McCLELLAN, H. P. fornie.
surpoodatnewly renovated an own the pei until our worthy Gainesvile Lodge No 4, F. & A. M.-Meets together with a great cut of former prices on all goods in stock.
surpassed at the Ro nei, dtf commissioners inaugurate some system on the second and four Wednesday in each
All of Klei' ;tter and cheese are Itistobe hoped that It willU be replaced, month. DON W. WVEBB, W. M.
kept final rige.r. aug. 26tf, of liberal taxation for the permanent bet- o. uMcCL LLAN, Secr etary.
aMesw onta and Rotholz, two, of torment of our highways. We need Masonic H'all on ,rt and third Wednesday
npy's..letlingmpenwero1eithecity every roa accurately surveyed, platted nights in each month. S.C. SADLER,D.
y anrrecowill Then every, .ay's labor E. P. C ATER9, Recorder.
S. helaced on the rih line and be 1.0.0. F.--Centre Lodge No. 11, meets on
Pi1a- f t 1. March. of the "alne- -."ll be dnet. e rigt is.ne an ove a Friday evening of ea.h week at 7:30p. m., in :-
+i f eneflt. As. It is now, an overe- Masonic Hall. Visitng brothers cordially in. .
Ille ards, returned, from the encamp- seer rorks- a new r use every year, vlted. F. P. HITTENRERG, N G.
Wnt4aPablo-peaterday. Imaglie the chagrin o aman occupying S. E. JONES, Secretary.
W. A. White keeps tfie best groceries four or five hours driving thirteen miles, Protection Lodge, No. 9, A. O. U. W.-Meet |.
A. "and 5 cent cigars in town. Also the best in imminent peril of life and smashing a every rst andM thir, Menlay of each Ioh af I
at-S...R.7:0 p.C. WEN TY DAY %N
c cent cigar in the wqrld. vehicle who has been accustomed t0o c. A.SBELDON, Reeorder.
The greatest corn remedy of the age. making the same distance over a good snwanu&e Connedi. No. I, o. U. .\. i.-Meets
Will cure a cora in 8 hours. For sale road In an hour and 'thirty minutes, on Thaurday evenng of earh week in Masonic .
at the Star House. jy24-dlm Our voters have just begun canvassing ted" t p. wm. V tin1 .broth rs c )RK .al in-
Call n W. A. White for anything you the prohibition ordinance as given them J. C. GROSSER. Roc. See'y. -
want in the gfroce line. He will please by the lawmakers. The clause forbid- C. L. S. C.-Meets on the second and fourth .
low ,re, sotcash.to "ding the sale of donraestic wines seals its Mondays in each month at Prof. F. Pasco's. r..
n wer t ." "ion a L n"PtPre ideni" JI!Tl?;l BINNIN TUESDc AY. JULY 28th
y ou .ice I o tphis o .. ar t fate tik this localit, y. Florida, poor In .. r PASCO, Peint
'See nonce bl.iaper to.persons so80 having no ri~al in the States except on F Temperanee-eta i. 26- ,.
.---w.at,,-lam gi- -- .e culture, is asked to every Tupes'ay, except the [l-i'L In the mouth. '" IJ1SL ......
Wt Florida seminary. aug25-d3w idaliberktely kill the "goose that laid the J. McKEEVER. W. P.
Th big refrigerator at Klein's Is by "golder-egg." ,The peculiar adaptation J. C. GRn~ER. Recording Scribe.
far the best in the city. Call o4 him .of soil and climate to grape raising here POST-OFFICE BULLETIN.
for fresh butter and cheese.. A, t 5-dtf has been successfully demonstrated.
Prof. W. N. Sheatsreturg yesterday Mr. S, Carrio, of Fernandina, is here MAILS ARRIVE:
rom attending the t a Con looking after his orange grove. B s., F. & w. Ry. fro all point W e mean ust hat we say, as goods must be sold before stock.
nvention -Atlant -t m visit- The Rev. W. J. 9'Brien preaches here Be.y No"rha", n Ni fo C h e .. 1 1-a
S-iS m ata a. next, aueday at 8 p.'m. PReNIX. 0Tansi-t a r rone de -W taking on Augus 15th.
noter of ladles and CXTZNS METING. From Jacksonville. Fruandina and
Another yl shower of ladies and CITIENS MEETING. North and East via Transit R'y 3 40p .
MlSe8 Ha wod worth.from 0O cents ___ From Ocala a'd Leesaur 3 10 p in
tols ,'at40'and weno f at SafrO centso atIve to Street Car Lines From Palatka. Tampa, -anford and
.a,,-, tonSt.rae Car Lines St. Johr.s River ., 56,a m.,
tre itTP, -l. d 1, r and Ma1iufactories. From Old Town. Trenton and Jones- 1
M '. IBOARDING A= D. Y A number of our:eading citizens were Wed andaturday 6 0-p A goods marked in plain figures so that you can readily see the
S ""O', "' .,'. vd, *gathered ind tohet BSoard F. & W. ,fr NoUrth. North
fa,,norte.nm!e or, re-opeas Monday, yesterday afternoon. at the invitation of westand.West ..M.. :"'p UI HI J I'1ies IS piLTwzin 59 J:iq _.i.
Septem r5t .l87. dlm-w3n t3e Street Car. and Turniture Manufac- Transit gin Northa Eone,10 OU a
Agaie'.of baseball between-the Inde- turning Company to-hear the report of the Trantt Iry..going Sou tii 3 00p p ,
peldefts of GainovIlle, and the Para- manger, Dr. Robb, who has been for Florida southern, for Oeala, Leemburg .
Abe club,y3$erday evening, resulted in a some weeks past in New York and Phil- et r pa..... a. 10 '
victory ftr116.f1oaer of24 to17. -delptia using-his b4st efforts to interest ford and s. Johns River I 10 pm
Don't foe that 'bt. G. P. Thomas Nortern capitalists ir. these enterprises, For Old Town.Trento and Jones-
'Don'4.t. ilGP Thomas secetry LNaSnd FridaO, C E T A N (jII III
rnish' rofesso J. Dodd's ex.. and hus startThel, into operation. l sa d Frda ... V I I I I
.t rynedles in his absence All the M. Carlisle was elected chairman and CHURCH DIRECTORY.
dhug ltorel also sell them. jel8-dawi3m Dr. F Thomas secretary. LAJ V JL AJ ,L AJ.1
l- lls'Vegetable BiclQian Hailr 1enew- Dr.. .obb stated that. he had found Metiodlit Cihuirch--Rler. J. R. Shatrp.e, Pastor.
paktr 8 ie to furnish money toin. aui 7:.Ii) w. inday
rIs -uneqLalled for restQring rsy hair filling to f isb money to ool nto:i m.:N. Pray- GINGHS A.T 5 Cents, 7 Cents and, 0- Cents.
t its.natlual color, promoting growth, p. and equip the road to the Lake, er-Meetiug every Thursdayvn;.it sat ~'cl.k.
1 phad O tthe furniture factory in ope- Presbyterian Church--Roy. B. B.Cirrq, Pa6- 1 .'. .
augT13-dawfut 'ratton, provided that a acenrttofor. ServteeL at 10:31) a. in. an-l 7:31', .ni. SiiuluC s,
S. 9 w d .. by citizens of.... Pd r a Black Unbleached Hose at 25 Cts, W rt 40 .
Ga1esIli. Ritmn already sub- 8 oc lIk. .. ]IVlh. v v r 4 0 C 1.,
'esvlle n Stura Parties srdere be rt the required Ho v rch-Rev.F..Du AND FIVE HUNDRED OTH R BARGAIS AT
-"hneg to see him abqk* glasses san a-r yf- d oaerreetet h::.0a. n,. and 7:4 1,. t ,
and he will calUalm.oe.o e. su scriTjpin of t D fj Worship at10:30.a. m. and 7:30 p. m. | l '
.'Open" had boer s.ut up if he can't An eaest diso a .aso ried on, School at -9 i.: 't. M n I [ A--- -J _
-^ 3o better thatAs reply to engineerr on thliqeeirabilit A he com- NOTICE L ,'...
yesterday.morning Old and dBap Lda- piptlon 9Xof thle .
-ted .3d 6,,ye- been suprde by m. ufatory.. .
-tedk stotes.in Gainesville. -, wond anufa y tr t-t In Circuit Court, Fifth Judieial Circui TCERRMS CASEI."
rgont rent. meetingofr b "lh:. of Florida.-Alachna County.
)ui ;fk the sumn6r. mqnths .c.Cellan these enterprises -- .- .' ..
a. EWJ a,, selling ardwae at greatly their ineris ahd, a tn Ea W A. W H ITE, T lT T I
Adtied pHioBs, Mp furniture at'cost. As'th mebtinowe7hsn(l W A. W H ia L Jh, d
Now is tf time to all anthem for the present, it. w adj 'l i --gain o f n Johnson de- | III .
WSt bFMans ever offered In Gaines- at3 p. n). n 'Saturday next when we aL. rahrLohn DEALER IN- U
TPle. j .aSt&f n hope to hear that the full sum ake orence G. J5rson in Bi for Injunction.
: Thebest -dioal authorities acknowl- has been subsdribed. her own right as betr at '
.e the e of Ayer's Pls, And pre. MELOSE. aid edu STA PLE Hae Opened in their
-.. __ C. Earle. -T."
s rube thektyl the utmost conifldence, _____ H. Wood and Harvey --
aS the moste tual remedy for diseases After timely notice by Wm. K. Sta- Ea. .., r
Sc4used b dePOngeimentof the stomach, ger, Agent, that the Steamer Alert, -AD- ik BlOCk, W
an wels. g0-lw would on make three trips per week NOTICE TO APPEAJR. PLEAD, ANSWER
It yon desire to possess a beautiful in orde-to give their patrons an oppor- OR-DEMUR.
opiexlontake Ayer's Sars l THE STAT'~OF FLORIDA r FA N \ I THE LARGEST U J-pr.Tn ST- t -- "
eoleen d p.lea rthe blood, and re- was laid np for a thorough overhauling THE STATE OF FL ORIDA EST SELECTED STOCI
... -.. vbloi~.-es ptnples, making the and fittin u for the fall and -winter To M. Woot( and Harve C. EBsle,Greeting:
n.mooth apdelvar, and giving It a travel.. We miss her daily trip eadi ben owib id vt f /-aT the e -- -
,.bri hpalthyiappearpoce, .Take it through the silent waters of the canals non-re.,idenits (f the State of Florida. and tbha'
..... .forqpairs to bridge aoros Sweet-. itt the absence.- the musical splash of twentyC-on eaDr. -'("I .
aterBrae- -near residenee-..of J. -H. "her paddle wheels In rippling waters of It is therefore ordered.' considered and ad-"
'i"- Powll 'be received by Chairman of -the lakes between here and Waldo. Judlge-d that t.he said Defetndants, H. M. Wood 1 E ssi, l" .'' .: '
F ....lttee until, Mbndaa. i., Mrs. M. E. Kin for her King's Glen a Har] C. Eo ahpapladt a"se "-r- oloaa' '-f
a. .+. ,.r'i .i sestiwdto.*.je rany. -Vllagebonle oru ered a short time since paint herein onor before the 12th day of Sep-' Jr.at1 f Hay1 '- "-"*--.
". .J.'. Wil-ams,. Chaf an 'a'flrt ,dias wutd mill, it came al. right, temper A. D. 1.7. in default whereof a decree 11 ll. aJ.r. --=C "-.. ..." -,S-
*~ ~ au.'," 3," ....- f t' u. when.putting it in place a severe .r-oco ntsso wib1dw n reaganst the sidd H..'. .
Ben:e'l' ,t. of. Belhnnett? *. Muilrov -wind came along and blew it down. It is further ordered- that this notice be pub- ,--.:". .-;.- ;,
"-J. -o'.. -. sy.to Mr C Creagh, a fany grocery man, .lshed i the "Aabna Advocate" a newspaper --
'- "-.attel .-do nothihf towa ut4 scotf- he. ', a opee a rsh lorida, once each weok ,for four conseotitive -- 1. -- I ".',
S rth- at 't -to sateur club. un clas s'srenere. Al oa us .wshn h im witness ,hereof, 1. have hereunto set na W t be under'ld by any of ou l 1 :'. 1
.. ..he.Se,..a Orl -ea Mior Willitts has been making e band and allied 'tbe sealo our Circuit. Cour, Comp "
h--Srt a .g esr'ne nie rnd ,al ofbhi improved country prJperty out *do A.*
h' ,. iT- % *s -n n anad thinks of having, a brick residence Clerk Circuit Court .-. ,,-...
P.- l were atBo er- yester- ted-on one-of his. MelTope Jors for lits Aug aw Comprt Sohcitor. ... "-A= '., .. "
da: oweAnde ,S.C .OTICE. For the next Thirty Dfay, offer bar- : ',. -- -
S J endersonvme. N. C.; W The steamert s to be inher paeohi gains on all good r .r. -
A Sanderson, Vermont;,W am- -e" 22 : CO .ERVATIE. in Ctrett-Ert, Fith Juil ir ".r. I ". '.d" .',,':: .---'
diond, Atlanta; P M Cross L v ool, of F.rida.-Alaeh a Cointy. -.. _"' l -- .
Fla.; J Hodges, Oraage a e; .M. Hay s er.. r. o. F __ __ i .. *.y 1 .I' XlI It -- ;M,. a
Platt, Wayeroas, Ga.; H NM .cGolley, For fwenty-five years. I ha.e ,bepi Wlli.e.. Ley : "w.r-TiM,.l,". r. UJL!3 l I !'-. ".L:
JacksonvUle; W. reen, an sevrelyaicted with hay fever -. Gree, Bii cm Firan- severely aff icted wth-h y'feve e V 'i .-.. T.E "-;
Cisoo. I assuffering intensely I was .rduced, e T. d D, n .. P tl l -. o' -l .'. .; :,. '- "

Set. 1887. Primary department, my p rial duties without the slightet -e---, .,-. ': '
uti t an music, per month $5.00: i o4vqence,.and I have escaped a 1'e- THE STATE QP FLORIDA -

collegiate department, beard, tuition and tturn attack. I pronounce Ely's-Cream- To George W. Lad, greeting: '- .
;.-, music, per month, $23.00. For-irculars, Balm acre for hay fever .. Itbhaving been h6wn. by afflavit that theDe.-MOST C.ONVENIJao LOCATSI HOUSE l5 lTlt rl ) t _P-o-.^ -
trm addr' the Prtn al lok WM. T. CARR, fendant, Genrge W. Ladd. is a non-residentof -" r T'H. rTT "-'--M" LJ-.. ,t -T-. .-C. f".:'-- U g ...-a'...c .'*. ..
..box 8. GainesvIlle, Fla. augl0-aw2m Preabytrian Pastor, Elibeth, N. ietat of FloTrida. and that the reidm E CITY. o'
and- tbat said Defetndtat is, over'tbe age q fl, -- *-. s 2
".During th!. ii.tlb we will sell our .pte on lee Per 1.00 Pouds. tv'ady-onet eairs, Defndit : .' a-- -- t "-e;
entire stock of dry goods, notions, boots, 10 atd 15 pound lots ......... $1.00. [t is there ore- ob.rd, eqnsidered and ad- ,[Irerv Attention Shewnio Guests. '
aboes..-slLpprst. hats, -caps and uinder- 20 pound lots, ...... ....... 90centar, J dd that the paid Defendant, erge Wt -- W.- ', .'
,.we d2at a",7 ous~aclflce: The best .35- "-------------------------------------L ddapeaead-,-answer ordemtth.". .. ..,"" .. .. -m t t h".- +
w lt a A.crifice. The best' .35 .. ........... Co plainan 's or Complaint hereinon oor-,
men'it U tr-hao.W" the world; 50 cents; 50 .. '75 be4-ore the 5th day of September A. D. 188,n' -
the best men's'-rawers, for 25 cents; 75 ... ...... -... 70 "a default whereof a decree pro confess wil Term moderate. Batafaoloen guaranteed.. .
the be' men's undershirt for 25 cents; 1. .. .. ... 65 -entereds agaelst the said George W. Laddt- *r "
colorelaw~is from 2 cents ladies 200, ... .. -' 60 hI, is further ordered thAt t a notice be pol? '
olored laWms from cents t ;'ladies200 .... ......... li.inthe "lachia Advocate newspaperpe" '
-- and-gnt'&s-'oes from S5 cents up; and Tickets an be secured of Judge Bel pubUshed at Gintie, in. AIaehua oouty,0 1 M- '
everthing.. else hi proportion. All or H. N'.Jones. aug9-dli6t ,orda, mice each' week ,or four consectivepJ -
c-lotlung- at prite. cost, at the Star In witness wbortof, Chese beeeuntosetin
bne, th-e, vetiabtle palace of bar- A seven room house on block adjoin- hand and amxed the o 's~al oqqur %nit ConL
-: .. ay24-.d agm -- ing square, foir rent clieap. Enquire on 1hiS the25t hdayof vu..D. 1881. .. .
S a welic ago TH ADVOATE here. dtf ,.-' ,-. i i g aaed thet gof L, "Sulieo,
S' olled the attention the 0y officials to Rooms for rent on blocks -djoinint Finley & coy, Compl'ts 8r. 28wt .-we.ar preae to serve,
the, tfthat theiiowlng ofballson the square. Cull at thisoflee dtf AER'S RESTA107 VT N,. -
streets should be prohibited, as it Is a B E D -E, Propri IrCE- CRE -
Sdangerouisnd annoying practice. No When you want anythin&.=i the dry "BaowNsrcp). ERI ......P.rer
gtentI~.r wh paid to our suggestion, on goods and grocery line, call at the popu& -... F LOID.. --
tbie'iJ ind, perhaps, that it was none lar.store of B. Kfelid GAINE ., FLORIDA. '
S.of out business. The habit o bal
rot s co ,and Kleinhas just received afresh supply Opeay -ad.nit Oysters se ed Ai -l R UT
Street continued, andY styles; Lanthes: nu spat shortnotie-, Firstn
througei an eleven by stk and a half feet pric es. F .. .. A ._S--..I" I.-. '
pari &of'french plate gTass In M. Endel All customers treated with politeness Fune l i-- .- ..- FREHX ENT.
S. &B,.'dry goods store. The original and-satitaction guaranteed at B. Klehns PRACTICAL TAILOR eral uD ector sah U sl a I
cost of the now ruined glass was $120. It red corner store. V A, A -, '- .. ... ;.,,,
i- 'outragous that .such things happen GA. NESVLLE, FLA. -
: andit is shameful that house or firm The "Blanch" is the most popular Suits made to order and a flt guarantee, ur stookaketndy and- trit-is unpurassed. -
m st bear sfch a losswhen the ciy offl- eigaever sold in this city. For ale on- on and. Clotm'3 cleaned oq ,.Di.i t *re Uower Man the low..Ut. S e,1ae w
lats should have put a stop to-ball- lyby. Klen ler'onab ces. Give me a call at my s ngtaran Give us a calL
Oats should have put a. stop to_-all Lhttler's old stand, south Presby u L'TK L.ONA' ".

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