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: December 7, 1888
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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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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A Bark Arrives In New York from Ports
Wh.ce Clearing Papers from America
&re Sldom Issued-Artieles of Com-
S re f .therropieo.
The marine rat Sa dy Hook,
acting his the other day,
Dled so dS S.nI ~. _Ut *

power ones,
Posture Of scru-

he, still focusing
stant object.
ence began to appeal
Thee 'kof the landsman
ply note hat something

agt that came from beneath the
binoculars. "
S" it's the Strathay, now due,'
tie ually laconic outcome of a
encyclopedia who stood near. ....,
Pretty soon the bark's .p
against the horizon and
..etea. She n I

R'ind i

hart get hi1 ouaranl Hht
r11 abel in tow of aeamers
flying up to a Brookln d a long
Sea voyage was ended. -
The ST'athay comes from ports whence
' clearing papers from America are seldom

isseu3. s the has been in the dismal and
frightfl lyhot harbors of Alipee and
Cochin, oo the Malabar coast, in the
"" uouthlrarrt of India.
*''*'L'P ''" '. _' ICT BREEZES.
SShie lt .Iain for days getting the saicy
n'~ egs di Ceylon at Columbo, and "the

1' blo heat rays of the sun, and there took
.' In" 1000 barrels of plumbago. Then in
[haro utbera India, where the man eating

erocodile abounds aand sharks turn on
~':i: thor belIe And swaUow men ata crunch-

Sin gTlp, she found 1,200 barrele of co-
C.paiiut pUl, which will be evolved into
Amerca soap, and a great quantity of
etematting that is made from the fibrous
o; "i? of the coooanut. Then the Strathay
-."-a'ready to make for civilization and

y' York, and she same along with some
r.V.t-t'.rng breezes, a great commerce
t, under a foreign flag.
Sh' two or thee vessels arrive from

i. ,,peZAiad Cochin inathe course of a year.
The freights of th e signed t to the
Irn"s who -irtuall me from
b"s-. artera. Iting

i phere? n c

hi whhihw e

I hunltsare separated from the inner she
by sharp iron spikes, and then laid in pits.
Sug along the seashore, where j.brolt
ofth.ates them. When-the husks
p e 'Sutly pliable they are taken
orak beaten with clubs, which com-
t'y to the fiber from the pithy
fi.6 1s then thoroughly cleaned
:-d i,.d known as' khair or coir,
.Atip~t A d into yarn and then woven
Into t eating. The kernels, by hydraulic
pressure, yield the oil now so much used
y American soap makers, n: it produces
soap capable of floating upon water.
---ThOusads of Hindoos, male and female,
are employed in these industries by the
white merchants. They are very docile,
exist on, rice, fish and fruits, and receive
equivalent to fl six cents for their
daUy wage. ..-


or SP
fO or ti

L 4. es.. T-lis was not re'11THaW
fiber's lack of elasticity, and
ta-jswt)eavily. It is said that
.ue ginning to make cui-
it for eir ironclads, as it offers
eaiptance thOemi steel to a cannon
mnd a greater value may be put upon
be future.
er articles of commerce seldom
.of cOme from this far off shore.
us,' fragrant root from which
b powder 'is made; citronella and
r grass oils, also used in perfumery;
t0i-like seeds of nux vomica, con-
gi1.e principle of strychnine; carda-
, pinchona and turmeric, a yellow
5isee.l dyeing, and which is said to
iedin the adulteration of mustard.
hkfVijte people and 30,000 natives
os the population of Alipee. About
W-'Ae different castes are repre-
L"' The climate is tropical, but
4y. Melstng eyes and well favored
d to be characteristics of
4 aes. These are possibly
e. limited inventory of ap-
.lT leaf 'Lor two covering the
th. sailors are not proof
etheh- seductions, arid rigorous
fNes1h6t e to be' taken for their re-
E*.t 1hie .mate of the Strathay, a
a.SBotchman, said to a reporter

rh- weemen played the deevil wi' the
dtOr lads! Ah, coodna gang ashoor the
wlnty days we were off th' port, for ma
-me was taken oop watching' 'em I Why,
mon, we had to fawsten the child's
hawnd an' fute, an' even then, wad ye
think it, twa o' 'em breaks loose, jumps
bver the side and swums aw.a' to theshoor
an' w' neverclapt een on' 'em after!"-
-NewYork Evening Sun.
A Speech In Brier.
Presidnii Rockafeller, of the Standard
Oil..cci.otpany, seldom makes a inublic
s. peech, ;. id is. in fact, averse to such a
Styling. ILe prefers brevity and cleaves to
Sbv4inc-e. And yet Mr. Rockafeller inight
:eouden- e a speech into compact, fo in
; thus: i'-m-weflafh oL oil I survey."-
'?; '-Piliit Bulletin.
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Wise's pistol did not go
gear's ball flew wide of
,,,then handed his pistol
to'tasetond arid told him there was
.someLhing the matter with it. The ball
was drawn, the pistols reloaded and the
combatants took a second fire. At this
time Wise's ball cut Riddlebeirger's coat
tail, but Riddleberger's shot again wasted
itself on the air. Riddleberger reached
down his hand and looked at the place
where the ball had gone through his $40
coat. He then raised his hand and
scratched his head. He was evidently
annoyed. He thought a moment, still
scratching, and then, to Wise's surprise,
he seized the pistol by the barrel and
threw it as far as he could into the bushes.
He then threw out both arms, and walk-
ing half ways toward Wise, held out his
hand and intimated that he thought. they
had better settle the matterin other ways.
Wise replied that he had nothing to com-
-plain of and, if Riddleberger was satisfied,
^he was, and so the duel ended.-Frank G.
Carpenter in New York World.
A Per ian M1ida.

, When passing an Arab's tent I met, a
.man from Shuster, who related several
anecdotes to me, among which was the
following version of the story of Midas
and his asses ears. King Shapur hadI
horns, of which he was greatly ashamed.
Fearing that his subjects might learn the
fact and that his dignity might be com-
promised, he ordered every barber who
shaved his head to be put .to death im-
mediately afterward, so that the secret
might not transpire. At length one who
was about to experience this fate suc-
ceeded in persuading the king to spare his
life and to employ no one else, so that the
secret, which he took a solemn oath not
to reveal, might remain with him alone.
For three years*he kept his oath, but at
last, the secret, becoming too heavy a load
for him to bear, to release himself from it
ihe went to the mouth of a well and called
out: "Oh, well! Know that King Shapu
has horns." Shortly afterward a shep-
herd passing by the well cut a reed grow-
ing at its edge to make himself a pipe to
pipe his sheep. The first time he played
upon it, instead of music, there only came
from it the words: "Shapur has horns
Shapur has horns!" The king soon
learned that his secret had be n betrayed,
and sent for the barber, who confessed
that although he had divulged it to no
one, according to his oath, he had been
compelled, in consequence of the intolera-
ble burden of keeping it, to deliver him-
self of it at the mouth of the well. King
Shapur accepted his excuse and graciously
pardoned him.-Ear]y Adventures in Per.
sia, Sir Henry Layard.
Indoor Games for Winter.
As cold weather and our deadly northern
winter comes again to shut us up, some
indoors and some in the grave, there are
games with balls to help drive the de-
stroyer away. All these are good. They
bring every muscle into play, and espe-
cially train the eye, as it follows the flying
sphere to and fro, to swift accommoda-
tion of vision. Battledore and shuttle.
cock, played in a cool hall or large room,
is next best to tennis, and* it is astonish-
ing how much sport may be gained there-
from.-William F. Hutchinson, M. D., in
American Magazine.

Facts Concerning Cold Waves.
There are many other curious facts con-
fiected with the progress of cold waves.
May r1nstaaces occur, says Lieut. Wood-
ruff, where the temperature at. a give
station, at the time of the appeaw- etit
the cold wave in the northwea, is Jo.wer
than the minimum afterwatr- p&od
by the cold wave. It often ha uaeilt

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.. ** Flock of Sheep.
D gagementof the Strakosch
"u. fy some years ago, "Car-
Qper" ent~d. The stage manager
l Rd"Ld.tbe, captain of the supes to
tfiat entrance with his men from
SIn; single file, come down the
. 9e of ;tbe stage tp the front, cross
4as near the footlights as possible,
e left ide and there form line.
Seliobs were so simple that the
._ .thought It quite unneces-
klte L b .- 4&e supers in the busi.
sary obe. 'to the letter. When
ness. for tneir entrance they filed
the c accordance withinstructions,
on ex at their head, walked down
the C the footlights and started to
the at '.hey were brought to a sudden
cross rnpter's hood, which stood
a ., line of march. There
.: m for them to pass
,9 *" footlights,'so, after a

A Touch of Pathos.
There is a fine touch of pathos in the
story of little Max Schwartz, a 10-year-old
sufferer from hip disease, who, when
the fire broke out recently in the Hospital
for Ruptured and Crippled Children in
this city, saved a bed ridden deaf and
duimb boy, Johnny Burke, aged 6 years.
Here is the story of brave little Max as
told to a reporter, and in the reading of it
one feels almost transported to the pages
of Dickens: "I smelt der smoke and I
seed the flames shinin', and then I looked
over at Johnny and motioned to him to
come along. Johnny, he's deaf and dumb,
but I'm used to his ways and he knowed
what I wanted. Johnny's lame, too, and
I seed him sink back on his bed, which
-is side of mine, and when I see him
kind of fall back and look as if it was all
up with him, I says to myself: 'Johnny,
you an' me been friends and I ain't going
to leave you; it's your life or mine;' so 1-
just seized his night gown by the collar
with my teeth and dragged him along to
the door. My brace broke and my leg
began to hurt pretty bad, but I made mo-
tions to him to get on my back, and he
did, and I crawled along with hint-to the
door and began to go down stairs, but my
brace broke again and swung round an'
knocked-me o-ver a j'ia9- as I was
falling I seed a peeler and grabbed his
flub, and just saved me and Johnny from
going down head first. I knowed I'd
'~ne all I could then, and the peiler he
took us down."-The Epoch.
urow.ng Old Gracefailv.
If now and then you wril go to your
study, your bed room, your private office,
or even in the crowded thoroughfare
alone, and settle back into absolute -qui-
escence, let your mind stop, let your
muscles relax, let your nerves have a rest,
you will find relief. Uules you' have
tried it you have no idea of thv beneficial
effect certain to be produced. A good na-
tured man who loves to work, who can
sleep wel and who enjoys being by him-
self now and then. and und-rstanils how-
to utilize books, pictures, flowers, the
open field, the amplitudinous heaven, with
all its glittering disclosure, why shouldn't
be grow old gracefully", Why shouldn't
his last days be gracious? Why shouldn't
that great divinity which shapes our
course spread for him in the very pros- h
ence of his enemy, death, a table, bounte-
gus with all the luciousness of enjoyable t
life at which, with peace in his soul, an t
in immed vision to every faculty, he
toald meet the inevitable with a smile.-
Jod Howard in Boston Globe.

a cold wave sets in from thbSe
northwest, and upon reaching the Missis-
sippi valley divides, a part going north-
easterly to the lower lake region and the
other part southward to the Gulf states.
In either case the intensity appears to be
greatly diminished. This action seems
generally to be due to the sudden devel-
opment of a storm somewhere in the
southern part' of the Missouri valley.
Sometimes a storm of slight energy re-
mains in Kansas, Missouri and the Indian
territory, and has the effect of retarding,
or even totally destroying a cold wave.
Again, when a cold wave is retarded in
this way, it seems often to gather force
and intensity, and rush rapidly forward d
and spread over the entire country. An-
other frequent feature is that after a cold
wave commences the temperature con-
tinues to fall in the northwest, and an-
other wave is formed entirely distinct
from the first, from which it becomes s___.
rated by a warm wave. The war%'av-
is only a narrow belt, but the cold' Me_1
are perfect distinct.-Pioneer Pre 4 :-"*
ioison of Human Teeth. '
"The poison conveyed by human 1
Is one of the most annoying that a
clan ever has to deal with," writes D
C. Robinson. "A bitten ear or no, H'
months in healing, where a more more import-'
ant wound inflicted by an instrument
would readily yield to simple remedies. I
have under my attention severe and most
complicated cases of blood poisoning, In
which the patient had but slightly
braided the hand in the-course of a fight
by striking the knuckles against the teeth
of his opponent. I have known hands thute
poisoned only saved from amputation by
the application of all the resources of
science. Tobacco or whisky, or disi-.
rangement of the stomach from may'- .
other causes, may be responsible for ti1 -
poisonous condition of the teeth, and Famr
not prepared to say that a man with good
health and a clean, sweet mouth would
convey the poison, but I can only speak of
the frequency of this class of cases and
he difficulty of attending them success-
ully."--Chicas.o News.
Making Nitro-Glycrline Ltw DmW-out.
The alarming n umnbtr of accidents which
occurred from the se of Nober'-.u. aa
rell as the great vque of the discoverytb -M
aining, quarrvir-:'1 '.d excavating 0
.tions called the ''.'tAlon of g
he matter and i went
ome means ." estroyinl
without imnipa, g the effic
Qut4i, .T -, on disco

SA" ..' c r ta

awdust "i'an absorbent and
rhat is nd' '.inown as dynamite
.ave iise '.,Jaster of aris, c
esia, Fuller earth an otherii
Jers, and have produced the va
losives known as rendrock, r
nd the like.
The latest discovery in this Uns was
'ery recently reported from London and
s that of a new compound called carbo-
Ivnamite. It is composed of ninety parts
f nit ro-glycerine absorbed by ten parts of
* variety of carbon. One of the London
papers has published an account of a num-
ber of experiments made with this new
compound, which, it is asserted, showed
hat it possesses several important advan-
IAfes over ordinary dynamite. Among
t her advantages it is said to have con-
iderably greater power, and to generate
auch less noxious vapor by explosion.-
New York Mail and Express.

Perfect Rehearsals Not Wanted.
If there is anything a man having the
tage management of a theatrical com-
pany does not like, it is a perfect re-
hearsal. A company can be overrehearsed
ust as a fight can be overtrained. If
we have a perfect rehearsal we always
ook for,an imperfect performance, as the
endenny of thlie actor is to become care-
ess in the knowledge that he is perfect.
f the rehearsal is not perfect-if it lacks
n just a few points-the company be-
'ormes ambitious to bring the performance
ap to perfection, bears everything in
aind. and generally brings out a perfect
reduction. Often when a company be-
'omes perfect we change things around
nd put the players in different positions,
imply for the purpose of making them
tudy and causing them to be careful In
heir work. This is frequently necessary
o prevent slipshod work in public.-
Jlaner in Globe-Democrat.

6Ozne and Malarions Emanations.
Thea.r of mountains possesses a greater
amount of ozoie than that of the seashore.
What particular effect ozone may have
upon the health of man has not yet been
clearly made out. In some directions it
seemst,.Lb' absolutely injurious. There

Gold Washing in California.. 'is-g e14-to show that. it is often
What anearth scarring, devastating pro-. produ~tve of bronchial affections and
cess that whole system of gold washing espedaUof influenza. During epidemics
has been to a portion of California! It has of thij -Itease an increased amount of
torn d.wn hills and mountains, filled up ozone las been found in the atmosphere.
lovely valleys and ravines with rock and On th other hand there is no doubt that
mud and left only Jbare rock and piles of ozone great purifier of the atmosphere,
bowlders where were before shaded and and *i- doubtless owing to the increased
fertile little plains. Tnis has taken place amop~of thisagent in the air of moun-
over hundreds of miles of territory. B1' ons thal its salubrityis in a great
nature repairs such ravages very quickly s .due. 1 have subjected putrescent
especially in California, where vegetation, d vegetables to the action of ozone,
wild or cultivated, grows after a rapid and invariably the bad smell was at once
transit fashion. There it soon binds up dotwejd. Itnay, therefore, be regarded
these earth scars with wild vines and as'VOeeoy f certain germs which are
bushes. I have seen saplings growing- capable of producing disease. This is
through the roofs and barring the doors especially true as' regards what we call
of the cabin in a camp which had not been malar, and which, as everybody knows,
deserted more than ten years. produces in the human system some very
So far as outward "indications" went, charheristic diseases. Several observers
no set or perfect rule will work in finding havesund that this antagonism between
gold. As to place or manner of deposit, ozone ,and malarious emanations really
the diggings in one locality would be a exists.-Dr. William A. Hammond in Chi-
contradiction to those in another. The cago Jurnal.
heaviest gold was generally found deepest.
But sometimes the heaviest gold was- A Glasgow inventor forms a convenient
found on the top in the very grass roots, fuel b' mixing ceal dust with a paste of
Old, miners finally dropped on an adage W*er, p undrice waste and silicate of
that developed itself like many other soda, tnd -then molding into blocks.-Ar-
things out of the life and luck of the dig- kansaiv Traveler.
gings. That adage was: "Gold is gener- -,
ally where you find it." This worked. i"' ny Loaded.
There is no getting outside of it. The inan of energy loads him.
Mexicans say: "It takes a mine to work ias the opportunity and
a mine." I would recommend these two re business and projects
texts to all who are disposed to embark in than his brain can hold.
mining ventures.-Prentice Mulford 'er are fools or else make.
New York Star. .-Bar-.oman

7, 1S88.



What Congress Will Do.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-The business
to be done by congress this session was
pretty well outlined by the leaders in
both hoiimes to-day. The Republicans
in the Senate rather astonished the dem-
ocrats by keeping the promise Mr. Alli.
son made and bringing forward the tar-
iff bill, with the announcement that
they propose to put it through the senate
without further speech-making before
the holiday recess. To do this they
shunned the Union Pacific (Outhwaite),
bill which was a special order for to-
day, and all other business. The demo-
crats were so surprised that they
did not haye the amendments that they
are going to propose ready, so Mr.
Vance, having failed to get the bill
read in full to consume the time, had to
ask a postponement until to-morrow.
The House democrats, except Mr.
Randall and, Mr. Sowden, are fully
united. Chairman Mills says it is the
purpose to stand by the Mills bill and to
non-concur in the actiou of the Senate,
should it substitute the Allison klill for
it. The House democrats are deter-
mined to make the appropriation bills
the business of the session. They pro-
pose to put them right through, so that
President Harrison, if he calls an extra
session of the next congress, can riot
charge the responsibility of it to the
neglect of the House.
A Bond Purchase.
WASHINTON, Dec. 4.-The bond offer-
ing to-day aggregated $1,090,000. The
secretary accepted $60,000 registered
4s at 108.
Awarded a Life Saving Xedal.
WAHSINGTON, Dec. 4.-The Secretary
of the Treasury has awarded a, silver
life Saving medal to John T. de Liesse-
line of South Carolina, for heroism in

A Bureau of Healtn.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-Senator Gib-
son introduced a bill to-day for the es-
tablishment in the interior department
of a bureau of health, t6 be under the
direction of a commissioner who shall
receive an annual salary of $5,000. It
also provides for the appointment by
the President, of a health commission to
be compo.:ed of twenty members' who
shall be divided into six sections, as fol-
lows: Five .for tbe'y*-ow fever see-
tion, three ea-ch ~ cholera, ty-
phoid fevet fe~,er, small-pox,-
and dipthetm;e ns.A us

WASmHING:, P3#P4&Three sena,-
tors-Messr.'APlA y and Dolph
-and represeitati~e *- ae, to-day in-
troduced bills'sthiarofn 'eir provisions
to allow per t. O abandoned or 4
relinquished 6th IR ead entries to
make anothek.ety. Illar bill was
passed by both houses of congress last A'
year, just before the close of the session, -
and failed of becoming a law only for
the reason that it did not reach there
President in time for his sign ature'be- jr-,
fore congress adjourned. The bills in-kpt.
produced to-day provide that any persons
who has settled upon the public domainwtlb
who has not perfected the title thereto,
and who may be unable to subsist on
the lands by reason of drought, whole or
partial destruction of crops, sickness,
etc., may take out another homestead
entry in place of the abandoned elaim."
Ex-Treasurer Spinner Nearly Blind.
AMSTERDAM, N. Y., Dec. 3.-Gener-,
al F. E. Spinner, formerly Treasurer of
the United States, is here suffering from
a species of cancer on the face. .It af-
fects his eyes to such a degree as to al-
most blind him. He is' forbidden to
read or write. Dr. Mitchell of Chicago
is attending him.

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saving a womart from drowning in the
harbor of Charleston, S.C., in August THE FLORIDA WEEKLY AD,--



'...'. /A consider the dilemma,
SJ Jack of his crowd
folild *- it Free Press..
follod ... ..
of Yawning.
.tlce how contagious
a. "round faced young
9 arlem train the other
Park place station of
,. Elevated road. "You
.t~- va1nawn if you go about
B ." coh tiid the young man.
A&o ii-hlpaAd down to Harlem
'.d* Ir at& e myself that way.
'* ,Lodftens. than men, and fat
than' lean men. The best
a .e'them yawn is early in the
d, ltejate st ht. Then all they
..0T doff theygo. One night
ast '." '. ,ext to an old gentleman.
last -e'..i, .' mbers street and rode up
"'e eet. I made him yawn
to v ,, -. Then I was tired,
tweiW.i,1 w had gone into the
but i'i *t he would split his
habi ., so far apart."
*ttan ad hardly seated him-
,bbfb'bd he turned around
s*( at a workingman op-
i of coursee, looked at him.
-..o| an leaned his head lazily
[X.t.[ dow, closed his eyes,
Very wide and began to
rQig;r deliberation and an air
,r weariness. The man in the blue'
of becarue interested and stared in-
av t the wide open mouth and the
tentl ye. The young man put up his
hlo s affectation of covering his mouth,
d n, as if it was no use to try to
ceand nerpower.g impulse, he drew
h is '..., threw his head still fur-
I'. utteredd that sound peculiar
to the '. y yawner-ho-ho-ho. A mo-
ment. Jie man in the blue overalls
gave ce of a twitching of the jaws,
a spas. *, across his cheeks and then
his n. rened dhe yawn s pri4.
Sugh hi
V '^^a^s
i1W-:'\Sh 3 ^

stationed in
Hamilton this

morn f' ,on the sick list
for several month's.'
Transfer of The Hot Blast.
ANNISTON, ALA., Dec. 4,-The Daily
Hot Blast has been sold to John C.
Field. by W. H. Edmonds, who returns
to Baltimore to resume his connection
with the Manufacturers Record. B.
Richardson assumes the editorial chair
under the new management,
A Narrow Escape.
ATLANTA, Dec. 4.-The tipper por-
tion of the tower of the new Hebrew
Orphan's Home building almost com-
pleted, fell to-day. The contractor and
workmen at work on the top of the
tower were precipitated thirty'feet, but
not hurt. The damage to the building
is probably $5,000.
West Virginia's Recount.
CHARLESTON, W. VA., Dec. 4.-The
re-count in this county was completed
last night. The result, shows that An-
derson, dem., tor congress from the
Third district, gained 25 in the city,
which elects him by 17. Fleming dem.,
for governor, gained 28 votes. This
will, it is believed, give the democrats
the governor also.
Expenses of the Senate.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-The report of
the Secretary of the Senate for the year
ended June 30, 1888, shows that the ex-
penses of the Senate were: For salaries'
and mileage of members, $394,157; sala-
ries of officers and employes, $338,674;
contingent expenses, $157,702; total,
New Haven Elects a Mayor.
Nyw HAVEN, CONN., ,Dec. 4.-The
municipal election to-day resulted in the
complete overthrow of the democrats,
the republicans electing their candidate
for mayor for the first time in eight
years; their candidate for town agent
for the first in ten years, and they secure
a majority of the -aldermen and council.
The result was a great surprise, and was
due to factional fights among the demo-
Territories Seeking Admission.
WASHINGTON', Dec. 4.-In the House
to-day Mr. MacDonald of Minnesota
presented a petition of the citizens of
North Dakota for the immediate admis-
sion into the Union of South Dakota and
Montana, and for constitutional conven-
tions in North Dakota, Washington and
New Mexico. It was referred to the
committee on territories.

Catarrh originates in scrofulous taint
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record, the improvement o

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the campaign; now let every motBher
son of them send along their dollar and.
subscribe for it.
If the people want a good paper give

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to get it.
Has been with the people o6fGa nesvitle .
all through the epidemic, and has been .
a great motor in bringing, the wants( of
the suffering city before the world. :
Being the only daily paper in the city,
and the Weekly having a larger circula-,-
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The editor and proprietor, the aos
and all hands will be in the
day to receive $1 for the W
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anything, from a bushel of p
load'of hay.. '
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one-half of the Democrats should .read,.
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Gainesville, Fla..

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Floridians in Washington.
,WASHINGTON, December 4.-Among
the recent arrivals here are the follow-
ing from Flo E. Barker a

Sthe second


r the
oer a~akfast of
someed by the
out and drive all the cattle
within a certain radius into
e others keep them in a
Sare driven in. As soon
in, the representatives of
n turn, ride through them
ry animal with their brand
rd them apart. Occasion
ks away from the herd and
ter her at full speed, and
ig chase drives her back

'cutting out Is completed
$.egins to brand its calves.
r a calf by the hind leg,
drags it toward the fire;
holds it by the hind legs.
sits on its shoulder and it
its side and has its ear
s is an exciting scene as the
rating, the men shouting,
estling with them and the
ng. Sometimes when they
ius young steer they have
uin holding him and it re-
ix men to do so. The night
Lto watches of two hours'
a men take turns in keeping
herd. It is the most ex-
the cattle business, but it
life, as a man is in the
and only gets a few hours'
* Wilson in Detroit Free

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I eSUFFERED from a severe d
head for mtnilths amd used
Was advised to use Ely's Crea
It has worked like ai in ilt
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bet remedy knowe. oFeeling
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A special from Washington of Dec,
2nid. to the Boston Journal says: "The
policy which the Republican Senators
will adopt with respect to their tariff bill,
will, of necessity, be determined by cau-
cus. Opinions differ rather as to the
practicability of attempting to pass it
than as to the wisdom of such an attempt.
According to the statement which Sena-
tor Allison has made it will depend up-
on the Democratic members of the Com-
mittee on Ways and Means to say wheth-
er or not the Senate tariff bill shall pass.
The position of the Republican leaders
in the Senate is understood to be that
the bill shall be sent to the House at the
earliest practicable moment, if there is
any disposition there to consider it; but
that if the Democrats of that committee
are determined that no bill shall pass ex-
cept the Mills' bill, and if they have not
changed the. views that they entertained
during the campaign, it would be a waste
of time for both parties to make the at-
tempt to come to an agreement on the
subject. The only remaining consider-
ation for the Republicans would be to de-
cide whether they would be open to the
charge that they had not redeemed their
pledges if they should fail to press their
bill to an immediate passage, and wheth-
er it is not the wiser course for them to
pass the Senate bill, leaving with the
House the responsibility for its ultimate
enactment or defeat."

The country has a good right to ex-
pect that the session of Congress which
begins to-day will see more new legis-
lation of importance than tho.e
sessions which have immediately pre-
ceded it. The Senate may pass the Re-
publican Tariff bill; it is understood
that Senators Sherman, Allison and
others connected with the preparation
of the measure desire it. But thus far
there have been no assurances that the
bill, even if it passed the Senate, could
pass the House, where a small but pre-
sumably stubborn Democratic majority
remains to be overcome. It is not in
this Congress, but the next, that Mr.
Randall can count on a very numerous
The tariff bill is, of course, of the
first importance, and if it is sent to and
debated by the House of Representa-
tives, other measures will have to take
the background for a while. Among
these other measures which are pend-
ing are the Union Pacific Funding bill
and the Nicaragua bill. Prompt action
upon them both is eminently desirable.
What disposal the House would make ofe
bills admitting North Dakota,'Mlontana
and Washington -to-lhe Statebood is
problematical.. Now that thle Demo-
crat, realize Ilheir egregious b uhntide
not idminittii Jthese great T rie a
.... .. ---.
they would be anxious to atone, so far
as possible, for their mistake by admit-
ting them while this Administration is
yet in power, but the Bourbo0 temper
is uncertain and. can never be safely
reckoned on. The direct tax bill, which
has been made a special order for Thurs-
day, ,would seem, unless the Democrat-
ic Congressmen violate their agreement,
to stand a good chance of passage. The
course of Congress and the amount of
new legislation which it will accomplish
will depend; however, very largely on
the tenor of the message of the Presi-
'dent. If in this message he sets the ex-
ample of narrow and vindictive parti-
sanship, the session of Congress just
opening will be as turbulent and un-
.profitable as any in our history.-Bos-
ton Journal.

COL. JOHN R. MOSBY has just come in
for fees amounting to $13,000 for issuing
certificates to Chinese immigrants, and
perhaps he will be sent back to China
pretty soon. He wouldn't issue as many
certificates as he did,- however. The
democrats have almost put a stop to Chi-
nese immigration.

A Rector of Grace Church.
DEAR SIR-In 1861 I broke out with
an attack of Poison Oak. Whether or
not it came back on me during the next
three or four years I do not remember,
but from about 1865 to 1885 I suffered

most severely from repeated attacks of
this eruption. The use of some external
remedies gave a relief-'twas only tem-
porary-till in 1879 I found, that Iodide
of Potassium and Syrup of Sarsaparilla
benefitted me not a little. However,
even then I was not cured, for from 1882
to 1885 the attacks were more severe,
prolonged and frequent than ever, com-
ing upon me as many as four, and even
five times during the year. In the
Spring of 1885 I took a course of P. P.
P., and from that time to the present
(June 25, 1886) I have been free from
eruptions of this poison. Only once,
early in this month, a few bumps ap-
peared on my wrists, but dried up in a
day or two, being the dying throes, as it
were, of this horrid and loathsome dis-
-ease. After being plagued for about
twenty-five years with Poison Oak I
consider myself cured, and by the use of
about one bottle of P. P, P.
Rector Grace Church, Waycross, Ga.

For a general Purgative use
Perry's Liver Pills;

East India Corn Paint
Removes all Corns, Warts and Bunions.

Sick headache is readily cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which tones and
regulates the digestion, and creates an

Do you have dyspeptic troubles ? Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which has relived
thousands and will cure yhu. Sold by

Spencer Caldwell, Josephine. Chisholm,
Veter Green, and Dudley Stewart, all col-
-oe*d no deaths.
Friday, Nov. 23.-No new cases; one
death, Bessie Pinkoson, white.
Saturday, Nov. 24.-Two new cases,
Wm. Daniels and Cleary, colored; no
SSunday, Nov. 25.-New cases, none;
deaths, none.
Monday, Nov. 26.-Three new cases,
A. J. Lumpkmins, L. Ware, Isaiah Gaines,
all colored; one death, A. J. Lumpkins.
Tuesday, Nov. 27.-One new case,
Ida Coleman, white; no deaths.
Wednesday, Nov. 28.-Two new cases,
Mrs. Badler, white, Maria Stewart, color-
ed; no deaths.
SThursday, Nov. 29.-New cases none:
deaths, none.
Friday, Nov. 30.-New cases, none;
deaths, none.
Tuesday, Dec. 4.-For the four days
ending at noon to-day there have been no
new cases, and only one death, that of
Wm. Daniels, colored, who died on Sun-
day. 2.
The epidemic is .declared at an end by
the City Council and Board of Health.
Hay Fever.
I have been a periodical sufferer from
hay fever since the summer of 1876, and
until I used Ely's Cream Balm was
never able to find relief. I can truth-
fully say that Cream Balm cured me.
I regard it as of great value and would
not be without it during the hay fever
season.-L. M. Feorgir, Binghamton,
N. Y.,
I can cheerfully recommend Elys
Cream Balm to the suffering public for
hay fever and stoppage of the nasal pas-
sages. I have tried it and find it gives
immediate relief.-J, E. Rector, Little
Roek, Ark _

Fellow Fever Record,
Tb*P CA93ES TO DATE, 120,
-If; Zb*el Since the Outbreak.,
SuNHD&1 ept. 16. First announce-
: t .gie&tet,, viz. Elam Evans, J. A.
mion. W. N. Wilton. J. Hodges, B.
i Miller, and -. Waugh. No deaths.
MoN Y.1a, S ept. 17. No new c:ses, one
death. (Elapm Evans.)
TUESDa ;-Sept. 18. No .new cases, no
SWEDNESDAY, S-pt.10. No new cases,
i no deaths.
THURSDAY, Sept. 20. No Pew cases,
. no deaths.
FRIDAY, Sept. 21.-New cases, one, (M.
M. Fitch Miller); deaths, none.
SATUmODY, Sept. 22.-New eases, none;
I,.0o d at.," .
S'o rnv, SepL 23.-New ctscs, none;
g d0l ctii Uo"'.
'90o ,.-e.. 24,-New cases, none;
o25 1,76 kit'860f."2-
ML26~ i ceh,,'-8e.
.'1 _.TU AY, Sept. 25.-New cases, none;
l?, one.
,1,,'- 000. n e,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 26.-New cases.
nor ; i'zaths, one, (M. Fitch Miller.)
THUMRSDAY, Sept. 27.-New cases one,
(N. R. Gruelle;) deaths, none..
FRIDAY, Sept. 28.-New ca, deaths, none.
SATURDAY, Sept. 29.-N-ew cases, two,
fis Hall and Luther Hall;) deaths, one,
R. Gruelle.)
N DAY. Sep., 30.-New cases, none,
hs, noue.
O:N; DAY, Octcber 1.-New cases, none;

TUE SDAY, Oct. 2 -New cases, one,
1 (John Miles, col.) da&Lhs, none.
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3.-New cases, none;
deaths, nforie.
TiHURSDAY, Oct. 4.-NeW cases, none;
deaths, none.
Fit DAY, Oct. 5.-New cases, none;
o death, one, (Luther Hall.)
S ATURDAY, Oct. 6.-New cases, none;
1. depths, none.
S SUNDAY, Oct. 7. New cases, one,
10L.14)0 o e(Ad'lp us Vis.]i sn .f D,-. Vidal ;) no
illo' deaths.
-(0 ,)NDAY. Oct. --N,.'v/ c'aq., none;
J d denl;bs,. oCne.
r'DESDAY, Oct. 9.-New cases, none;
-dalbi, one (John ,il,:,.)
WIDNESDAY, O1-1. 10 -N:_W Cans8, n,0:e;
deaths, none
THOURSDAY, Oct. 11.-New C:st., uone;
lleithz, none.
F'i.DAY, OcT. 12-New e case, Uon,.
d,.:.,- h, no Llf.
11ii;RDikY Oct. 13--New. eases, two,
1W .- i4. Davi and A. J. Collins;) dealIhs.,

Mq AY. OT. 14-New cases, no .
u' .,e. (W. R. Davis.)
ha eaY, Oct. 15 -New casLs, tw... (E
oyke and JaA. H Graham;) deaths
-.DAY, Oct. 16.-New cases, none
n e, Oc.I;.--Ntw caSes, noI]C
i say.Oct.1l..-New cases, none
.fiDAY. Oel. IS -New cases, none
0 ~O rio
-t --Oct. i?,. -New cases, one
SG'(r'tblo, colored. ,'*Iatha, none.
1 n--.Y, Oct,. 20. -- v cases, none
BS, nlone. ... .
U NDAY, Oct. 21.-N- .ss. thre
(D. I. TiJghman, and 8 d man an(
-)manp;) deaths, Done.
MGNDAY, Oct. 22.-NX*., s, none
.dAlhs, none.o
F04DAYP !23-N _.q
i(.:.5-IIP^hmp NP S


S The Advocate was endorsed by the State
Convention, at Oeala, July 31st, as the offl-
cial organ of the party in Florida.

m KJY seems to be In a bad fix in
Some respects,. The Daily Equator bold-
ly declares that there must be a clean
sweep of the gambling hells in that city.
It furthermore declares that the police of
that city wink at these dens, and in no
case do their duty.

S GEB. HARRISON, on Thanksgiving day
said to Gen. Chalmers of Mississippi:
"Let the Confederate soldier read over
his parole, in which he pledged his
honor to go home and obey the laws of
the land, and let him observe it. It puts
no heavier yoke on his shoulders than it
does on mine. I must obey the law and
he must do the same."

NEARLY every prominent newspaper,
and some of the politicians, are busy
constructing a cabinet for Gen. Harrison;
but we have no information that the
President-elect has commenced the job
himself yOet; he will probably have some-
thing to say about it between now and
the fourth of March.

Mbl. CARL SCHTURZ as the agent of a
German steamsh4p line can hardly be a
conspicuous figure in American politics.
S1%".: .Perh4ps it is a ust as well for Mr. Schur;,
i;: LA for 6e has pr bably already acted with
U ____.. -- *j--ii ~ ^*.

Is abl. to,;anl he hai abtseT--I- ?w
-lican party to much ever to return to
his old associ ions there.

IN the Fifth Kentucky District Mr. A.
E. Wilson, Republican candidate for
Congress, has brought, suit to compell
the County Judge, County Clerk and
Sheriff t6 make a recount of the votes,
charging that, as the final examination
board, they have never done their duty.
A re-count may enable Mr. Wilson to
successfully contest his DemOcratic ri-
val's seat and deprive the Bourbons of
another Congressman lwhom they had
counted on. "

THE story that Grover Cleveland is go-
ing to settle in New Jersey -and try to
succeed lufus B1odg6tt in the Senate is
the most improbable rumor concerning
his future movements yet invented. Dan
Lamont would not let his friend do any-
thing'so foolish. If Mr. Cleveland wants
'to returnto Washington as Senator or
Representative, let him take up his resi-
dence in Mississippi or Arkansas. He
could have anything he wanted there,
but Northern- Democrats have already
begun to look about for another leader.


Judge Thomas Settle, judge of the
united States Court for the district of
Florida, died on Saturday last at Greens-
S bor oN: ;C. of neuralgia of the heart.
SA dispatch to that effect'was seen dated
Philadelphia, Dec.lt, but as nothing of
Sit was seen in the Jacksonville or Savan-
nah papers it was hoped that the rumor
was unfounded,-but the news wlas con-
firmed in the Times-Union of Wednes-
day. The last known of-him, he seemed
tobe lan excellent- health, and was only
awaiting the removal of restrictions to
c (omr j to.this State, where he was due to
c:pn y op Monday last. The Judge
rI. was a great favorite among his associates
_: in this and other cities, and his genial
presence will be much missed. He had
endeared himself-.not only-by his genial
and hearty manner, but by his equable
legal decisions.
In 1877 he became United States Dis-
+ trict Judge 6Nthe :Northern District of
Florida. He. was prominently men-
ttoned as Attorney-General in Presidenti-
elect Harrison's Cabinet, to succeed Mr.
Garland, and though a 'pronounced Re,
publican, his appointment to such a po-
; sition would have been agreeable to a
host of Floridal;)emocrats. .

Many of the good things of this life
aresorrowfully let alope pof account of
': Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
will cure Dyspepsia,,. Indigestion aud
;:;. Constipation; sold on a positive guaran--
.. tee at 25 and 50 cents, by S. B. Giddings.

Can't Sleep nights is the complaint
of thousands suffering from Asthma,
Consumption, Coughs, etc. Did you
ever try Acker's English Remedy? It
is the best preparation known for all
Lung Troubles, sold on a positive guar-
tee at 10c., 50c. Sold by S. B. Giddings.
Liberated from their Fetters
By the helpful, -genial action of that
most beneficent of aperients, Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, the bowels soon throw
off the burden that paralyzed and weak-
ened them, and resume their normal
freedom 4f action. The action of the
Bitters, unlike that -f average purga-
tives,' involves no griping or drenching.
If it did it would, like them, be value-
less for ordinary use, There is nothing
ungentle or unnatural attending its op-.
eration. Upon the liver, no less than
the bowels, its action is most benign,
promoting a healthful bilious secretion,
and directing out of the wrong and into
the right channel. Conjointly with cos-
tiveness, other bilious symptoms disap-,
pear when it is systematically used, and
the stomnchi is strengthened as well as
regulated by it.- Malarial complaints,
rheumatism, debility, nervousness and
kidney troubles are completely relieved.
by it. Sleep and appetite are invarably
prem9ted by it.

New and second-hand Carria
alwayson hand. Horseshoein
specialty. Cal ad see our $4
be beatinthes'lRfS". f-

Health is

M'E.NT, a guaranteed specific for lyerL*.,.-
.Dess, Convulsions, Fits, Nervws- Neu
Mdaflache Nervous Prostratio"- caused
use ae A atd ob ee J Waknulness. I
Deession, Sofen( hBerain reas
inr~m ,'i 1 ,'"ry dec .
deaa*t arroaness,
'Pa I ar nteery Lossm

er-.exertion of the
nce. Each box
C% $1.00 a box, or
.wpai om-

aLos of
es and


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DeLand, Floridaft.- -
Mapufacturer and Dealer- ... -

ceipt of p:
W Ed
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) ane,
W.) and-

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4OSON vhail

aras ae
A. BOYD'IS w n ds, cgth bruse g d dngers, na
-. .bila, gathered breasts, cor b _ard or -t. _
bupclesd bunions, and when cwdby &Vot0
... -,o -and &p ap in Lime, e'n ':."Jaw.
L 0 G NG HOUSE. Price, 3.,ts. a Stick by M'll
Knight's Liver, Kidney-t~ --
First HOUSe SOuth J. T. & K. W. Depot. is invalable districts w here M
vails, it wiu cure, or better s tir, *i11 fet
Palatit., Florida.. -KNIGHT'S LADIES'
is a sovereign remedy for female arby* ot
a-- reaplaties, lemcorrea, ee. Kni.
Rooms First-class in Every Particular. t r sies. de en ible erey.ladi
dowl65&2-ly Send for circulars. Lady A peef tthinen .
/T *s~wfi r^ r^. ORANGE BOX STRAPS. Price, 81.00 each prepald. -- --
'4< K ghtsnight's [I enkid

Use thioe Twisted Wire Box Strap. i iaubledss whr
No. 218 Gold Street, Philadrlbe a. Petla. f
-FOR SAIEBY- Ocs-daw-lv.
LITTLE BrOS., - Orlando, Fla.
TAMPA COX. Co., CoTampa, Fla.
W31. KLAPP - DeLand, Fla.
451 Greenwich St., New York..

The Toy the Chnld t les Bes.

RealTStone. Stree8tohcole.
A cl.VERRPRESENT forch~d-
renoa- S ages. For- s.-aor
SZDa golodeaverage beoxe.
post-fe on appication to
TA10[PF. Ad. RichterO TCo. ,P. T"E

es. color
r'ed WalI
IWDAY, Ot i i
attie ,Voyle i
t colored men
,ONDAY, Oct.
)red man, deaths
UtESDAY, Oct. 30.
John M. Graham,
nie Feltner, two cole

EEDNESDAY, Oct. 31.--On "a
imner at the jail; no deaths. nc
URSDAY, NOV. 1.-One case,
i Nelson;) deaths, none.
BH DAY, Nov. 2.-New cases, one, ( Wil-
ill;) deaths, onw. (D-. John M. Gra-
died last ni,'i.)
TURDAY, Nv. 3.-New cases, nine,
Iille Ernine, John Gate, Mrs. Cato,
SGlass, Winnie Williams, Peter Jack-
HK-. Whidden, Mrs. Durden, and Re-
Howard; two white;) no deaths.
NDAY, Nov. 4.-Three new cases, as
follozv: Marila Johnson, John Martin,
anid John Gordon. No deaths.

--- -:' oMoKDAY, Nov. 5.-Two new cases,
G. M. SCOTT, of Okolona, rany Smith, and Dan Haygood, colored;
to Dr. Shallenberger: e tofloatht.
"Your Antidote for Mali ';TE8sDAY, Nov. 6.-The sick to-dav are:
ainty the best thing for chil b hmas Stepheus, Joli-. A, Culmicd,- R,
has ever been,sold in the So H Bennett, and Thomas F:' .t, all white;
been'selling it for twelve ynye deathh, Achille Ernie, ite.
It to be the best medicine WEDNESDAY, Nov. 7 -New cases, two;
dealt in. It is perfectly hb iiiolet Jackson ard Eh 'Yhittaker)
a sure cure in every cas )lored ; no deaths.
Druggists. THURSDAY, Nov 8th.-- v.,w c ;:see, three;
1- H. Davis an Etnglsh) .., and Mrs.
We are willing to bear pe iperiP obr,'r.'d.
mony to the efficacy and va- FRIDAY, Nov, 9. n '* ew cases,
Sarsaparilla, which we have rts. Aehill Ernie, v ; i k Gaines
tising some years in our pa ,nd Elijah Graham, ; .. N > deaths,
used it for blood impurities with g ,t Saturday, Nov. 10.- i cases,
success. It is a preparation of standard Mrs. Ramsey,and one e- a death
merit, made of perfectly pr M.Q Graham.
dients, and thorougily '&Y, Nov. 11.-Eight new case, H.
cleansing and purit ngt e son, Charles, Hubert and Bessie
For eruptions, boils, etc., itbaon, Morris, the painter, and John
lied upon every time. Our wrotas, white; Mrs. Lloyd, and Mary
ience with it has been most ,r colored; one death, Miss Ida Gra-
and we are glad to give it this e
ment.-'Athol (Mass.) Transcipt. DAY, Nov, 12.-One new case, Mrs.
no deaths.
How to Gaino Flesh and Stren AyNov. 18.-One new case, W.
Use af ter *Jl meshal tr white; one death, J. H. Davies'
Use after each meal Scott') En
with Hypophosphites. It is sDAY, Nov. 14.--Four ndw cases,
as milk, and easily digested ells, Henry Fleming, J. C. Sebas
idity With which delicarce pa Fannie Haynes, all 'colored: no
with its use is wonderful^ .^hs,
try your weight. As ra THU SDAY, Nov. Nov. 15.-New cases,
sumption, Throat affecticQ bre f-A. J, Tmsley, white, and Milton
chitis, it is unequalled. wart and E Fleming, colored; deaths,
"I used Scott's Emtnlgio0' mH e.
eight months old with good iresu Fnday. Nov. 16.-One new case, a child
gained four pounds in a veryshort tir f A. W. Walters, colored; no deaths.
-THo. Pim, M. D., Alabama. Saturday, Nov. 17.-Five new cases,
"I gave Scott'Z Emulsion to a genAle- Jck Williams, Lizzie Williams, Annie
man 65 years old, troubled trich tte, and Clem Woodward, colored,
Bronchitis, with the tnmost exce i allie Pinkoson, white; no deaths.
sults."-J. C. C('ASON, Broken day, Nov. 18.-Five new cases, Jno.
Ala. ^ ^' s, and R. N. Stewart, white; Susie
--- / ^A s, Hattie Ware and Rosa Anderson,
The Babies Cry for It, .,- ed; one death, R. H. Bennett, white.
nr rt MSli*day,' Nov. 19.-Five now cases, Su-
Ahd the old folks laugh when t, .orris, white, and Mrs. Rainey, Mrs.
that the pleasant Californtfa liq y Hall, Mrs. Brigham, and Oscar
remedy, Syrup of Figs, ts mo iolm, colored; no deaths.
taken and more beneflci!l in ia ff Tsday, Nov. 20.-Two new cases,
than bitter, nauseous medicines. It Charlie Stewart, white, and Sam Cook,
strengthens tne Li\L e. V8_ Styrh- colored; no deaths.
ach, and Bowe Kses tlim Wednesday, Nov. 21.--One new case,
to a healthy act.e e in 5agia 4enna Brigham, colored; no deaths.
anid $1.00 bottle 4ursday, Nov. 22.-Four new eases,

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BAT< iLYIU.Y e79.

The well known Optician of 107 N. Fourth Str.,
(under Planters House) St. Louis, has appointed
Dr. A. J. Vidal, of Gainesviule. Fla., as AgenI
for his celebrated Diamond Spectacles and Eye-
glasses. These Glasses are he greatest inven-
tion ever made in Spectacles. B'y prper con
structionof the Lens .a person p1 hasing a pai r
of these Non-Changeable Glassses never has to
change these Glasses from the eyes, and every
pair purchased are guaranteedcso 'Lthat if they
ever leave the eyes (no matter how rusted or
scratched the Ienses are) they will furnish the
party with a new pair of Glasses free Of charge.
Dr. A. J. Vidal has a full assortment and in-
vites all who wish'to satisfy themselves of the
great superiority of these Glasses over any and
allothers now in use, to call ad examine-the
same at A. J VIDAL'S, ainesville, Fla,

Having perfected a comp.letdabsc
the title to .
All Lands in Alahb .
Abstracts at Sort Nl t

Land buyers will save money by prQ., ::
coring abstracts beforebuyipg. Pro=ti-7.
attention given orders by mail. 5
Address all communications to L,* 1f-
RAWLINS, P. 0. Box 44, Oainesville)Ma. ".
The books are at L. K. Rawlins ea...
Estate Office, in the Court House. '
SJune 15, 1885. .awtf 'W '-.
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~A-. Aumbor of Seminole visited Fort
t 'M.yeIrs Friday. Several of the noble
reds wore citizen's clothes.
S Capt. J. C. T. Hill, a well-known anti
popular conductor of the Florida Snuth-
e' m Rallway, has returned to Palatka,
after doing Mexico, and will go on the
YTOat' again this winter.
-." r. W. T. Bauskett has retired from
ustine Evening News, and
ing patiently for an oppor-
Ing his quill in the interest
eat and good" Times Union.
at time will soon come.
e about 250 scholars in the
d school at St. Augustine,
'ather-crowded. One room
.kbe four has seventy schol-
ar four teachers, and Coun-
tendvnt Arnau thinks two
ave to be added.
Uilsdn (colored) of Fernandina,
^ '-three years in the employ of
S. e Florida Railway & Navigation Com-
-'-pany,and nearly the entire time in the
._dangerous capacity of switchman, was
s. seriouslyy injured Mond y a stick of
. btimer fall l and strick-
.l'he blow
he timber

",ol examiner, that
Sil defined the difference be-
...,t.en man and i brute as follows;
r. kAbWte. ise.n imperfect beast; man is
tperfe tbeate"
xKEaW : 1.he banner Republican
:' ^tate, "rdUi^ tOp only 85,000 majority
". a atrr ".etyr-. Brice who had
.' *ro-tthe' Vemocratic campaign,
; wahted'to make the people believe that
t.'.l,flS a doubtful state.
S..,, &':fyml Liseoln, in the canvass,
/ ":,wa', Jeted to the presidency on Nov.
S'. ~alufd'thq s8'eS of congress immed-
.'atelisute hik that event opened on
:.eo-, ~ is was in 1860, No Presi-
4'jnt iQ-ever been elected on Nov. 6
iLce S..10 exept' Benjamin Harrison,
pau electiontin 'day in a presidential
*Shd *ever occurred on Nov. 6

e cts o.the noxious weed, to
ittiy- 4 oys of all classes
.L iIit fo n w I




Brilliant 0
Are Diamond Dyes. They excel all others
in Strength, Purity and Fastness. None others
are just as good. Beware of imitations-they
are made of cheap and infeiior materials and
give poor, weak, crocky colors.
36 colors; 1o cents each.
Send postal for Dye Book, Sample Card, dir-ctions
for coloring Photos., making the finest Ink or ltluing
(so cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Druggists or by
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt.
For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles, USE
Gold. Silver, Prnn.;", Co('o.r. Only to Cents.

W'e hare sold 2,000 Ch.iinies since starting in Orlando and never yet has a building taken tre
through thefault, ofthePipe. All insurance agents insure where this Pipe is used, at same raesa-
,a-where there are brick chimnies. Over one hundred houses in anT near Orlando are Vw'
.using the .
- Made at thesb works, and every one using them admits they are cheaper, neater and better than
-brick. Coping for cemetery lots, every size to order. Sampley can be seen in the, Orlando
Cemetery. "
wl-lv W. M1L FIENCH, Prop "

T 4 TI tTTTZ' i-,

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* Ll-l I1-- o IJ -tJUV VJ[e

flaving Openened a
I ".

Merchandise l

I am prepared to meet the trade with a large5tOO of

Dry Goods, Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Etc.,



n connection with my store I also keep Ice ,Cold Drtinks, Claer, Etc. Give me call.
S. N. fH. DULE.


,P mc

V. ine.' eler o
Neuralgiad ce mfd
A' ..IL,A. BREsRtv
an acinto,..
Nervous. .a i-og a
Prostration ~.irsof aI s.r
Comqpo d, I,,ee
of rhanwrtiim '
Rheumatism s,u,,~~,fSout.

- ommlmmom- -., .-.


'"It hasdonIn me I .
good for .kidney disease
than any nther medi-
cine." Gao..ABorrT,
SIoux City, lowa, .

AND "Paipe's Celery Com-
ound-has been of great
All Liver hener fFor torpid liver,
indigestion, and bilious-
Disorders es"-- .
LUDAC-L, Queche, Vtr.--

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Only $2.50 for the


Dom rest'si athl aggazine
,?m Many suppose DEMOUREST'S fONTfIlrMLt.
to be a fashion magalne. Thi is a rea mistake
-It undoubtedly contains lhae finest PFAsmo Do TrCK'
PARTMENT of any niagazine-pmblished, but this tis
S- the case from the fact thPt great enterprise and ex
equal to a magazine in itself. In DEoMREfT'r
get a dozen magazines in one, and secure
ment and instruction for the whole fakiily, ,
tainu Stories, Poems, and other Liteiary attract
., includingArtistic, Scientific, andHouse oldma
S arnd i3 illustrated with original Steel ERgravi
c. ... ooI ^ .5 Photo-ravures, Water-Colors, and fine WNod
making it the MODEL MAGAZINE Or AmICA- -
Each copy contains aPaTTrriM OBDan entfth Sep
the holder to the selection of AwY PATTERN' Ulustrated In any number of the Magazine, and INm AN
or TH EizxS matiuiluct hired, eaciI valuedd at from 20 cents to 30 cents, or over $3.00 worth of patterns
per Near free.
early subscription. F$.nO. A trial will convince you that you can get ten times the value
of the money paid. Single copies teach containing Pattern Orders, 20 cents.
The above combination u s a splendid chance to get our paper and DnxonsT's MoT.W r at
dndced rate. Send your asulzc.iptioua to this office. C iot





populationbl Kan-
unt of blieza carcity of
allure of crops, is reported. Itt
at n Ness City, Dighton, Scoot
d 'many other places, not 100
will winter In.' any of the towns.
years ago most of the towns had
.om 500 to 2,000 inhabitants each, but ,
the streets and almost the entire village
are deserted, and the few inhabitants
left are unable to get away. 'A year
ago these people passed a winter almost
without coal tire, bha'g a .fubl- tamine
from the beginning of cold weather til
spring. Already the ftal blizzards
- h- have set in and one or woefearful storms
have swept the plaiagW iicthg. much'
stock. The people are disconraged and
heartbroken. ..,They raied.no crops&h ibs
year, and hbwe b4eemooape (.ed -(*a -
their homes from t"#&a a. sSlQtean.
Nebraska's nR' 'tk'.' Hlrflrol.r
A special diltpatch from tap. Oiy, -
oup City is. preparing a

company afrnishing a

train ck s^*hj ot4^, evi ces ofC
prosperky. -' TM, J~e.-tbat. wifloat?--
.. +Wcompanrttwft eW 4ats .tle .
City sends the olw'sas andis esteem to
the Presideat.el tl. flpIiB.1The Repro.

tkjof the c-netry must. bee pro--
tis 1860( Ne. ea,, Xuat 28,000
t ra2.0,000 populatio. ad.S-h, miles of-',
5 klryoad. T.&. .
*Hatwk' Wonderful Glasses.
As we read Mr. Hawkes' testimonials
from Governors,. Senators, Legislators,
men of science and distinguished citi-
zens throughout the United States, who
testified to baying had their eyes im-
proved, and someties restored, by the
use of his celebrated glasses, we real-
ize that a' a glasr-that will reflect
such brilliancy of light as to ena-
ble the wearer to see as in youth, and
to read by candle or other artificial light,
surely is .to be desired by all spectacle
-*wearers. -
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by
Babies that are. fretful, peevish,
cross, or troubled with Windy Colic,
Teething Pains, or Stomach Disorders,
can be relieved at once by using Ack-
her's Baby Soother. it contains no
e Opium or Morphine, hence is safe.
Soldgbv S. B. Giddings.

Ofall kinds, in all the
Latest Styles.
Please call ororder.


E -.-
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Embroiderets, Ettc.

Most Popular Prites

Gainesville, r


Orland O Florida.

iManufacturer of PortlaniLStone for Building Purposes
of any Size or Design to Order.
Sanm ples of this Work can be seen in the Coincil-House, Armory Btilding, Bank Building, O'Con-.
nell's Block., (iles Building and others,. This-is-no, so-called patent stone,
sand and the best cement in the world.


$f', Florida.
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'W. Ry. .9:45 a.m.
V..RR. 5:10 '
S. 10:10 "
2:40 a. m,
3:40 "
It... I:00p.m.
allowing time for
and points South to

:ttleping Car and First-
class Coach
Sleein g Car i Myni-
..-Time or

ALBANY ONLY have ample
Ae&'oss and arrive
6:40 a. in.
A. A. G. P.A.


3 W. Dawkins,

ber Shop,
., FLA.
lie beAt wo-vnoen

EST A "RT 'FT I-r 4 i i 18.S

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Do a general 1B.'nking Business, buy and sell Foreignwaud Domestic Exchange. The accountsot
Banks, Bankers, Corporations, Farmers, Merehants and othersareceived'on Favorable Terms
Special Facilitie,, for making Collections ot all accessible pointain: Florida and the United tates.

-otton flepartmecnt.



Sea Island and Egyptian Sea Island Cotton, Sea IslaandCotton Gnwi
of English American Ma.ke, Ginnets' Supplies, English Seal
Island Cotton Bagging and Ready.-MadeoBags, Crushed -
Cotton Seed FPertilizer.
Agenlcies throughout the States of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida" Liverpo&.l4,
aig29 chester, England; Alexandria, Egypt..

Who hav open and invite your inspection of the la geostbest and mest complete stock o gopod
ever brought to this city.

Quality the Best and PricestheLowest

Special attention is called to their magnificent stock of Dress Goods, comprising in part

Cashmeres, French S times, Doimfict n tRl fis,

Surah Silks, Stmmer Silks, Mitre (Watered) Silks, Hugm Yelliing,

Zephyr Ginghams, Seersukers, PlaiD and+ triuld-


Chambray, Lawns, both Colored: and 'W h I t,.


S.aitt guaranteed
M-d.otbes cleaned a
rian church

)bage Plants
After Nov. 15. J.Eearly Flat
OUties. Inquire of,
S H. N.'Jons,
YPri# tf'la. -.
U .- -. -

in any li e town in FloridaS-Oi exchange
lands in uthern Georgia.
WAttiated 4n the S. F. & W. R. R in Georgia-
?ll .18ell ir cash or exchange for good property
' '9-dw-li. AuBlres, .
c9-daw-i&m." C.B. TOMPKINS
Jasper, Fla.

.. Dealer in

f urn ish all kindsofrseasonee.
st cut at $4 per cord or $1 per
10 d sell milch cows. Give me
a oct. .tf..

t. Cashier.
I Bank of Gainesyille

niesville, Fla.


ock, -7 $50,000.

Trans general banning and collection

S .i ueanuiu bulicits the patronage of the public.
;This is the best Pipe made., and is fast uiiierce.ling the Clay or Terra Cotta Pipe for use as Sew-
ers. Drains Wells and Chimneys. Aciul lo not, a'eert it. We make it in six different sizes, nil- -
Salble for all purposes. When parties .wa.ttlarge quantities, we will take the machines to De DIRETORS
'place where it isto be used, and manufacture it on the ground, thus saving largely in the mat-
ter of freight. Jno.W. Ashby, J. W.Williams,
'* .1. A e -Wlidlt. TW .T Qtt

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S M. Graham.
M.roam. i


SSituated In the high and dry section pfte
-State ad on Gainesville Division S FI &-W.
R~ailwa., immediately on the banks of the fftr
famed uwanee River, it offers
S s a Summer Resort, .
many inducements, not. equalled by springs
farther Iorith; being easy of access, free from'
fogs anmalaria, water system complete, hot
and cn.d water in every room, bath room to
every %t)ttare, no expensive railroadl fares and
ac le all thateould be desired.
" a Remedial Agent
d wn for its wonderful cure of Rheu-
epsia. Diseases of the Liver, Kid-
ryOrgaas,, Blood and Skin.
toji $.,56per week, $15.00 per
-iV lil. ten and nurses, half
ere tWo adults oeupy the same room,
t|er k, $'.00 per month.
I r eticht.-i:or pamphlet with tes-
onial addre, W. SCOVILLE,
Gen'l Manager Sawannee Sulpirur springs Co.,
Sulwanee Station, (S.,"'.& W. Ry.) Florida.
Apr4l26-daw tf.


G esvlille, Florida,

In Embroidery, Laces and Dress Goods in Splendid Vafiatv


Shoes for thel Did, Shoes for the You


Always a Complete Stock on hand. lso Carpets,
Goods too numerous to qme

-. - .';: ;-, ..'
In oup -De-rent we have opened a
,tijn&G$I&" furnish 0Go0s, o
U&#phAW b Polotsring.Tronrlla, Val

Come and see them, come -and buy them. Remember theec
March ist. dawtf. 1.

Fa & G o ode a ,t

Buggies and Wagon ,

CWurast* Pia! Jr.L
p Fairlbanks Standai Set
Feed" and-, AmirA. ftf s. t.
:Have constantly flandthe leadlbg ta.ietme
of Field Peas, s1eb Sa7 Wip onwgt av r
Black Pa5 0-^
tersfrom distance promptly attended' io.
K lusM.
Om'n.Mal a.,.-

Corresponden ce



and. ord

K ".

Wholesale and Retafl-al ew in

Wines, Liquors, Ugarsan4 Tobaec

Would respectfully call the attention o prhasers to the s erlor quality of his BOURB'O
Whisky, Rum and Gin from $1.50 per Gal. upward. Beers, Ales,. Stout, ZtM. ea,hAiuL. "
ported Beer (Two Dozen in Case) ;3.00.

Jug Trade a Speciaaty.
JM.Doa't fail to send for Price List. .
No. 80, 107 and 108, W. Bay Street, Jaeksomville lex -- A"

JZ. &EC. RAWlIj-S14.

Real eEstate .


City and- Country Propoeryef+M.

Kinds for Sae,
If you want to invest in Real Estate In Gainesville or itFlQ9 )l-4r, "
office in the court house., Gainesville., Fla. daw

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Reading Matter on Every Pace.

Notices inserted in this column will be
shared only one cent a word for each in-

Is being fully demonstrated that the people
recognize the ADVOCATE as being the only live
aperer ever published in Gainesville. Further-
nore, it is an undisputed fact that notwith-
standing the change of its columns from De-
uxocracy to Republicanism, and the discontinu-
Ing of a large number of subscribers on that
account, the additions have more than trebled
the losses. It has now not less than 5,000 read-
ere and a circulation larger than all the other
papers in the county combined. Therefore it is
unnecessary for us to assert that advertisers
cannot-fail to see where their interests will be
in selecting an advertising medium.

way between the F. R. & N. depot and the
Square, is now open for the reception of guests.
dd tMRs. G. T. WILLIAMS, .
d7dawtf Proprietress.
SPhiladelphia. Everybody knows that
th is one of the most reliable clothing houses
in the country. If you want a full suit or part
of a suit, call on Thomos Mack, Gainesville,

'': .:-3M. COLDHAM,
A- s inei'. .Orders-by postal card through
t Bcwill riceive.pr.ompt attention.

"L recep r-B AIt is in close proxim-
ity to the Exp ce,-where all trains ntop,
and is one of the mst adecessible hotels in the
city to the traveling public.
d6dawtf Proprietrese.
A with semi-detatehed kitchen and cistern
and five acres of land. Will be let for the eean
son atareasonpble price. For further particu.
lars inquire of the owner and builder. n30-ln

SRIDE at McMillan's.
., Mustard at McMillan's.

at McMillan's.


Star House. jyltf.

P .lp cost. Star House.
S'.- o. Woirld.at the Star House

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cost at Star House. lyltf

X Star House. jylzf


partment at the Star House. jyltf

House. iltf

dollar, atar House. jylt

price at Star House. jyltf


0 octave i, music, books and sheet
music for Drake. jyllt f
Sral andMachinery
'aS Ise-de. State age ref-
g a d for salaty a x-
ey & Co., aontezuma,

lee to Mothers.
wI H's SooTMlQ Sra T shouldalwayli
use a children are cutting teeth. It re-
oeveath esuaereratonce; itproducesnatural,
quiet sleep, and thelittle cherub awakes as bright
as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It
soothes the child,softens thegums,allaysall pain,
weaglates the bowels, and is the best known remedy
for di~,rhma, whether arising from teething or
ether caunes. Twenty-nfive cent .-bottle.

Vigor and Vitality
Are quickly given to every part of the body
by Hood's Sarsaparila. That tired feelings
entirely overcome. The blood is putrlied, en-
riched, and vitalized, and carries health in-
stead of disease to every organ. The stomach,
is toned and strengthened, the appetite re.
red. The kidneys and liver are roused
,igorated. The brain is refreshed, the
cleas and ready for work. Try it.

.,DE and a sense ot op-
pess in the head are,
l produced by indiges-
pondency, irritability,
|veness of the nerves
ity of cases, be traced to
se.' Dr. J. H. McLean's
dnev Balm and Pillets will

The babies cry for It.
And (tie old folks laugh when they find
that the pleasant California liquid fruit
rentedy, Syrup of Figs, is more easily
taken and more beneficial in its action
than bitter, nauseous medicines. It
strenthens the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach,
and Bowels, while it arouses them to a
healthy activity. aug12-lw

Acker's Blood Elixir is the only
Blood Remedy guaranteed. It is aposi-
tive cure for Ulcers, Eruptions or Spyh-
Hlitic Poisoning. It purifies the whole
system, and banishes all Rheumatic and
'eturalgic pains. We guarantee it.
Sold by S. B. Giddings. -

the bedding e middle of
the street be"' and the key
given to Mr. Tinsley. Posey was
present and saw that everything was
thoroughly safe. As no fire was in or
near the house it must have been the
work of an incendiary, whether for the
purpose of robbing or not 'we have no
means of knowing.
He loses many valuable things that,
money alone cannot replace. This is a
doubly severe affliction', and we hope
that he can in some way be remunerated
for the loss, as everyone at least who re-
mained in or near the city will remem-
ber the faithful work done by him by
staying at his post as telegraph operator
and became a victim to the fever: The
property was insured for about $400.
Starving 'Fruit Trees.
If any person were to chain an animal
to a stake in the the field and leave it to
shift for itself, then to watch this ani-
mal until it gets thin and decrepit from
loss of flesh and strenght, it is quite
probable the humane society would be
after him with properly-deserved pun-
ishment. Yet this is precisely what
thousands of farmers are doing with
their fruit orchards, of course barring
the difference between the insensate tree
and the living animal. Like the lat-
ter, the tree is chained to one locality,
and cannot go abroad for food; but, for-_
-J ately, ithas no sense of suffering, or,
at least, none that we can appreciates
And yet even for a tree there must by
something akin to pain in the process of
slow starvation-the seeking y ex-
hausted rootlets, of food that cannot boe
found. It takes an enormous amount of
various manures to form fruit and seeds'.
The leafy part of the tree may mostly
come from carbonic acid gas of the at-
mosphere, but the stone fruits need a
great deal of potash. Grapes and pears
require. considerable amounts of phos-
phate in addition. There is perhaps no
place on the farm where a good dress-
ing of manure will do greater good
than where the trees seem to be running
'The December payment of the Central
City Building and Loan Association is
hereby suspended. The, next payment
will be due Monday, January 14th, 1889.
By order of J. A. CARLISLE,

Don't trifle with any Throat or Lung
Disease. If you have a Cough or Cold,
or the children are threatened with
Group or Whooping Cough, use Acker's
English Remedy and prevent further
-trouble. It is a positive cure, and we
guarantee it, Price 10 and 50 cents.


Read our Special Notice Column.
The United States Land Office was
opened yesterday for business.
See the WEEKLY ADVOCATE issued
this week, and subscribe for and read it.
Yesterday was a pleasant ard beauti-
ful day In which to welcome so niany
returning friends.
John Falconer returns, t' a same
jolly, good-natured fellow as when he
left. He could not be otherwisee'
Thos. Mack, agent for Wanuanwaker
& Brown's mammoth clothing hotie,.
has a special notice in this morning.
All of the business Ihouit.es around the
square were open yesterday except B.
Klein's grocery store and H. Vattperlin'is
shoe store.
There are so many of our friends put-
ting in an appearance that we could not
particularize them in a small paper like
Mr. W. H. Palmer put in an appear-
ance yesterday, and will resume his po-
sition as editor of the ADVOCATE on
Monday next.
Mr. W. A. White's store, under our
office, was entered during his absence
and about $200 worth of cigars, tobacco,
etc., was taken.
The opening of the Commercial Cot-
tage under the management of the pro-
prietress, Mrs. G. T. Williams, will be
welcomed by the numerous patrons of
that house.
Mr. W. H. Melrath has been spending
his leistire hours the past three months,
at his home in the rural city of Fair-
banks. He will agn;ii be ye local of the
ADVOCATE On MIonday next.
Dr. Lancaster has returned from a
Iew day's recreation hunting and lislh-
ing on Watuberg Lake. He has certain-
ly acted a wise part in resting awhile
from the duties that devolved l upon him
the past three months among the mi-
In Jacksonville on the 5th, thlie i-
crobes put. in an appearance and way-
laid one, besides attacking four others.
The death was white, as also was two of
the new cases.-Fifteen hundred and
sixty men are at work on the streets at
sixty cents a day.-They sentlnee re-
turning refugees to pay $100 or leave
the city. It is needless to say they
choose tile latter.
A Sad Misfortune.
A sad misfortune befell a worthy man
in the burning of the residence of A. J.
Tinsley, together' the con-
tents. The fire w about I
o'clock yesterday in it wau
under full headh
Mr. Tinsley .ed from
the yellow fel, house was

-e pans of'ss oedl, and

.'o.*a Cats 1!
It is a notable fact that the
ber of Tbomas and Tabb. c
their honel in the city by th
when they fled froui Galy
the restraining, ift not /
ence of the microbe
able and quiet amin'
lation and lonell.
They ha'-e not 1-.
erwauls. so. natural' for th
ing sensitively thile gr
situation, and acting W
under the old '-saw" that "a
company," ,they k ndly
quartered themselves EUipP
hearted citizens wh
homes, and i
Refugees returI
will find their long lo(
at the honmes of those
where from.four to a dozen
identification and removal.

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Aiiplor & Steenbiurg hla- this day dlisolved by
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The 0;- n: a W ins.
C. F. Simei ,, St. Louis, Prop'r
M.A. Simmons LiverMedicine, Est'd
i84o, in the U. S. Court DEFEATS J.
H. Zeilin, Prop'rA. Q. Simmons Liv-
er Regulator, Est'd by Zeilin 1868.
i. A. S. L. M. hlai for 47 years'
S Rev,. T n. Reams, Pastor M. E.
lo Church, Adams,Tenn., writes: "I
think I should have been dead but
1,,r your Genuine M. A. Sim-
mons LiverMedicine. Ihave
some tiLmes had to substitute
arr "Ze.li n's stuff"foryour Medi-
CoJR cine, but it don't answer the
PLE .Epurpose." t -
Dr.J. R. Graves, Editor The
Bats,:, IMemphis,Tenn. says:
Received a package of yourLiver
Medicine, and h-ve usedhalf of it.
Itorkshlikea charm. Iwant no
better Liver Regulator and cer-
tainly no more of Zeilin's mixture,


Cleanses the
Nasal Passages,
Allays Pain and
nflam nation
Heals the Sores,
Restores the
Sellses of Taste
aInd Smell.

A particle Is appllied into each nostril anda
Igreeable. Price 50 cents at druggists; by mail'
istered, 60cts. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Wrrains
N,. ww. York.

} ihagular& Perfect

Seltzer Aperient.
Sold by Tarrant & Co., N.Y.,
and Druggists everywhere.


Fine Confectionery a Special

Everything usually kept in a first-<
tionery and confectionery store always
Persons desiring to subscril.e to any ne
orperiodicals can get the same from m(
regular subscription price. Any book
by me'will be promptly ordered.
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Stores, Offices, Residences and Church Furnish-
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dows, Mouldings, Brackets, Cypress Cisterns.
all dimensions, Etc.

Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application

Address care of Lock Box 341.


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The importance 6f purifying the blood can.
not be overestimated, Tor without pure blood
__ou cannot enjoy good health.
'At this season nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
Pe uliar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens
and builds up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of the vegetable remedies used give to
Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- To Itself
iar. curative powers. No
othermedicinehassach arecordof wonderful
cues. If you have made up your mind to
bMty Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar

issued March and Sept.,
each year. It is an ency-
clopedia of useful infor-
mation for all who pur-
chase the luxuries or the
necessities of life. We
can clothe you and furnish you with
all the necessary and unnecessary
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
- at, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stal at hbme, and in various sizes,
styles an(. rtuantities. Just figure out
what is requiredto do all these things
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Makes the lives of many people o
and often leads to self-destruction. DIs'
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache ,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint," all gone
feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and irregms,
clarity of the bowels, 'are'
Distress some of the.more common
After symptoms. Dyspepsia does ;
Eati -not get well of itself. It
Eating requires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa-
parilla, which acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus Sick
overcoming the local symp-
toms removes the sympa-Heoadache
thetle effects of the disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
"I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite, and what I did eat
Heart- distressed me, or did me
little .good. In an hour
burn after eating I would expe-
rience a faintness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou-
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up in a Sour
room with fresh paint. Last
spring I took Hood's Sarsa- Stomach
rilla-took three bottles. It did me an
immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied,
the craving I had previously experienced."
GEORGE A. PAGE, Watertown, Mass.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. J1; six for 5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar

Wonderful Chili and Fever Expeller
It cures the chills and fever, tones up the system,
ivyes an appetite, bringing strength and health to the

We will pay the above reward for any case of
liver complaint, dyspepsa, sick headache, indi-
gestion,constipation or costiveness we cannot
cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when
the dirt".tions are strictly complied, with, They
are purely vegetable, and never fail to give sat-
isfaction. Large boxes, containing 80 sugar
coated pills, 25c. For sale by all druggists. Be-
ware of counterfeits and Imitations. The genu-
ine manufactured only by JOHN C. WEST &
CO.. 862 W. Madison St., Chicago, Ill. McMil,
an & Miller, Sole Agents. April 17, dawtt.


Of Florida.


Jacksonville; Florida.

I will sell and deliver at your asarest station

Pianos or Organs

For less money than any other house in the
United States. I guarantee instruments to be
as represented. I will ship a piano or organ to
any honest man or woman, on trial, and if not
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways.
Twenty-five dollars cash and $10 a month on a
piano, and $10 cash and $5 a month on an organ
till paid for-not much more than ordinary rent.
On these ery liberal terms any one can own an
instrument. Send for FREE CATALOGUE
containing full information. Sheet music
strings, viol ins, banjos, guitars, accordeons, and
in fact every musical instrument that is made,
and at very low prices. Send for Complete
Catalouge. I have 20,000 pieces of choice music
at 10 cents per copy; 5,000 books of choice vocal
or instrumental music at 50 cents and 25 cents;
any piece of sheet music published at 25 to 50 per
cent below publishers' prices. Books of 3 pieces
each sheet music size. 10c. Send for Catalogue.

Jacksonville, Fla. [wl-ly]

I cuR

When I sfy Ofm I de not mean nearly to
stop them for a time5 and then have them xe-
tur again. I MBANiA RADICAL C RE.
I have made the disease of
A life-long study. I WARRANT my
Ouan the worst cases. Because o
failed Is no reason for not now
Send at once for a treatise and a Fa
of my irALL aLB EME Y. Gilv
and Post Office. It costs you nbt.
trial, and it will cure you. Address

The Gainesville Gas Compa-
Is prepared to lay gas pipes, do plumbing, -;
nish gas fittings and all necessary appliance :, .
for producing a good light at cheap rates.' ,
They are also prepared to furnish g.setoWe. _
which they will sell at manufacturers' .prices, .
rent or let on trial.
They also do sewerage plumbing of all kinds.
Work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Apply
at Gas Store in Simonson's block, or address P '
0. Box 80 Gainesville, April 8, l


Young Men's Christian Association.

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always on fle. STRANGERS are WELCOME at all
times. Gospel services for MEN ONLY every
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, Welcome to all.

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