The daily bee
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 Material Information
Title: The daily bee
Uniform Title: Daily bee (Gainesville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Bee
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. L. Fildes
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1883
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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 1883.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (June 21, 1883).
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 - 002027249
oclc - 32993618
notis - AKL4847
lccn - sn 95026970
System ID: UF00054651:00002
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly bee (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Daily advocate (Gainesville, Fla.)

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, ::e tl, an- 1e-hL d the fir.t An invitatiOnn was ret
F. Geig rd. ,a th-I the .., 'r ox. v tnanim ou ly 0
priso} ; Po tea thl M.ora.on t r e i l ti 71- The follMowin resoi- tiC -:-
Pi n e, e1( wivo a t l p e opt o f *t .v g to .d "- e|"t "
h oW ud k 'gle ,....-d:
bknew n lot-hin* ag,, prison-I l-.ua C utie .t T a t..
";O i" w n dt m a n t h tOh, ,n t o 8 u z -s'.j
not s M^ t p i. crowd near. ina' tie o'u ^bgr^
atve.7inShdere be t 'ktendwithut gr ..o

ing a nd da .aAtion ch e o Whs o'Adon ; th F'ri an 'h n .t.'- hi r 1
.h.. poe'.,vo ..v we, to ma' st ds;ll to order by tte P v Tar k. tliey
Md c i. a,.. n ot att tl. ot o .

w~a r notthre- Mi lont he by *1. it 1N ang o dil r y t t t
...f l~ t ,

ainde Mather. t. p",en.11, tlrlo e Jory ddre of tt !, ,ean; toal

tacke D itnessan w a u ox ited cl imed am;of w ~om ie d es r otoe. I. iprta t redaiey~e_^:^^
,tliet h l oQ a Wento M ay or t h e, 3 H a-niton o e M ist
.E...R Nv e.-r.. -f- .m,, .chur tw u .pit w ti-deot-
rwingan d t hat .hel :Ma r o tn ',_,,ot or- FT v.ho et.rio n l ocr1tit -,.@

don c .moew wpand .wet itne sa andt'or- yarm b nall thal ,.e s t e i ,ie re ft- ,O-DA to Ptnei
onflhl e tki ,en. ra d h ot trd o l- th in ae nominalorte ios ti) a b n .trt.W u.e ., < ,,.t s o,

i '" .. ._ ;' . -) l 1 o ..<.i. "ir c ~ i i -il -e l.u i u.. -* *
wa; not. thereT 'he.MalIodr a O od n e hoginl i V "-'in _o ,-e t i

wsed.: iodn's. Crol s:rWze w tnes Hexied wAf appotiontledcies to reo meded t.A xl~^ apl.n_ ..^ d we'
'him n, Maohe -n i a. I tDn .a n wto arre s wtbor- ed t ; or.e. b yte President, an.en. ,n .l t r eto

q~uenton mad put ovs It Judte.p ope Coss: dnw. fr. S nehmtan.dA T hreiure fin wl, who the coryinom of militryne^-
"1 "-'-" '" .i '7 , YA-'' o i'c r l^^>tia ^ ^-*--

vuca ai li mfdntm k arrest; woer e d bnanProuly lce. W-tmn ,-g n ofilni th Itie iiujil ng b i
( mo1 ;l; ,n a n tDu ca s:tiN ed : Jord n _t___enn i himoa,l TIi,,llow. b n a.dre ,1 l o' -r re- '

thied nowitn.en in_ fa d of Judca.. li'hae t f Fa aoeia.t L.M ot a 'r. tih, n. t-" iB l se rient4. m
- *Wounot0get ali)fe n M ayo r aeput s td w pon the haty be win semblin o th d es, 1

t edhim to maearrest. DrouJr icn t.orld ^h r app int wed tohepo M aotbein rcaln. (inress atR ho M as i fra e nit ity
niorm e h d no a it ,to m'o t1 a h ...erestin 1cio po the r r. r N
ehu, r,:h, w,01l.n { pp'1, :l de .-
bran(1ihe'il 1 I ?J : I Nl o r 1 11 c I I e (Io r lia V i 0 1W Nil l ' ] : '- I * .:"" '. ... "" : I'

atnt powd t h e. mo nr, wer h lw f h JorI- Ton e el of te i t ea tr of ohk f r t S.h 2uineOR r'r Hall wir, ati 4:3lS 11
(don eflo upisd a shot.; inre lrknow, .i trhe t fa ionte b ,an bco rteL-.iel t v addreAt. co y f.
not1 wetre ta i n i.rD e an Jordzo k l- r ow nea t ,Rkin ar o ma m pi. ot inip atoCo.w i b Laying i be Cm d 6"r
wdsholx o e W. Jordonl',s r Wt s itre dAere Aft r devotonl e co mei- the i,.let.t Aroh i t eIna aoud "w -.
.hi: ;ot slf" i e ojest.,t to the was called ta o order erPr-he -to aW C no t e rn on l ver wt
q u111ion;-,ut we r :"r....ni. cer em tof1 i
TDuncan sai d 1 tl ovrt attempt to pre--,nColn. imo .,l ate. 10Ha" 'oice i o a er i i ..

o s. ...hootw l e e to l he re t r w a n o e re ypa er- wi l.-v t e d'to10fe. -tt
Bno tt a na d g i ea rn eeof.un g -an. Ph ro f .-antl n a l, s..-ta n- .

*j r ine 'one foraol w rsn-8r ^ollo~eat | deive th literarya
tt mptedS to h mo nst r ateJordon ubof o f teseoneoofurhe o wd *th ldi g,.a t
h 'e a fl urs ed rcat .ii -..ld :n sw ord wo ul at.,oolsen vakili~ f lopwn d by .an bl ad dlress .....a ii cGloteudye b..ut...."
e t e t nDuWii do rte .- .e ... -. .... --.-.... -_. IF
sh o uld n ot b e sh dt ~~~~~Jord o n fired fi rst Icy -oth e OR w o s e ed t e unqd t m k p it n n t of
h ot at M t hrso .i t h e vm p ore an tit tir k we h i ho o m n an o rhf tci -l -
.-1?, S ---)r.L .-'nti
tacked ii R ,andli wec ,e 0rn ofrw liooane r..ont o ure'y sound a t 4 m Mio'd
,-eo,,Id~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~h ot,- a., a.o,.e- ,I,...alnhohdee 'r bugle will P'ollyid at

; ~~~~~~-n w-yd r *^^^ hole had bth, .-. .6^H
tknel hiw ao akte Marrest. Dha thr.l p n e- wesl not the refuse rt asou nem lng of the e let,. ....

hi he ha dorge t tomknew not i agins-t, theiouty Chri stia'ne to he aeere t.'y p orple, beg a sn icgfatering" _ty ."a:.
pnid thIt hsliond eqnoi ed ho t pi.son1ur e T heroei t oa o ss du rn the C ven.inr t hee rn is i
Sin a fe ;..- .... ,us upo en ed ,i 'I ,43tonb Ia It
him bae up ad n d ho t at, w toess;,, tele.a r e r.qbei piedfito thuie Ssefore tary--. .... ...-. ~de,. fr ..- ,
n' dtatl ie-_ -os hvcre th not re a4 .lnt enh i ll. o nv T enelcton ofa. ffcml~~ers n fo mi-athoe. ,~, u r(eo" """"....wl e.fr e _n
to arrcheddttht he re ut.4y"0,. roun ds h ....o

ame p awitess- -sev r- opos.r eingthe on o ashioeIs he -r--eh
sufted to h l >i an d J rdo Ith-eon e Snt'atee oiln venl tion ls, and in d li e a ft
..~~~~in a. ceomMrmir'sarumn
wa 110wwiby Mr... Jerne Prof...
ed.-.4 o,'don',Z)ball. g'rzizeT-,it,,ess. Herel a pointede, %,'l, reouteomm ede -,3. A.

r a J .Eat an .B.F t r, C thA.oulnb
Delu m e or pbe ted tn Rt e C oach m an fo ir P r len t, a n d rI C A n .. .ith e

ext~-1 teb&e jqj Cur. Hshwi wietnhta
-uetionS ut ed.dde.lCross.: d'u. for Secretolr anCou to Tre asurer, hoe e-w rl,4 -,.
Duncan said t. gdnot. m ake arrest;, w ere una,,io n u esy e le acted. ..t b utek r-t_.

aywl- ,a, tm w employed~~ha as._. ot cl er h l. no ,.[-k ,eivtd, --,. ,mt.. .. : -. .'
rii..ohrisithe hilnc. and ouTh. ino"lines- .t

nn the So and Oitj ce. He Uion, spok
.not .shoot_ him, I will .zee to that myself." ozhegeaqoreeigdinvitatS- ted ~" "-:'.,...

nished~~~~~~~~o tebnreurbu eeonthe reatwsalorkduringthe donevbythaio- y h i
it. st nfear of Duncan.ietynl adde ao, the dn f rhe even
Conventlm-Aio. upon the duty of wet'kin e"a'a il eie b Reii- i' ---
hini to'arrest j~rd~on cordon wals, ar.Med w-hen and Wliee the Muster calls.te .a, wiltRprs a!and the ftaduatia" -
and didl not attempt_ to o s. Citizens ojltan, ;ho ] on r-on thlrecerve0the 71d 0h O.'.." ,"q*:)
atte trsed'to re on -,tr t w t or^o ,. ..- W- ,- ,su ft he literature of our -m xhav v-.,:; ,.:. -=:.. -_,.- -_-
hefouihe 6rund-and wr -e Would S'. k a.-. ..r.
- whools "Waz.; opened by an zat 1( ad h, s-. -"
take he to n. Dmcan sid ordon- byJ. -:C. F*isEm-, 1articipateM lli by. "X yesterday came in cloudy but'h Ir:: =-,
shudntb-:s~. *raie.t~hreatened-aU-'dy.-Idi.n ;
sholdno !) M6t,., Jodo .. fred; :.irs : .any 0the'rs,. Who seemed to 1be u1-kitedl to mnake up itg miind to do -o.,.h6W ]
shot at Mather. t=-,, ,te~v lewtat there were too mny books atrol -;t e-ig~i "'
:..Joh ..l.rl~oin.n)Wa ,dbutin' ouLIT libraries obtailned from iouees te.: :..
knw. B. lino f, te casew h n : ant:: hr *eagree-ble, and 'when- h_ a ... .,,
knewho~a,,g f t~e~cae. ':' '--whe t t ew,-is not the careful szuper-sone-fre ""''
,, ==.e, ""-vision by Christians t )d alot-,1 5..t:
priones. people- began pthering at.",
priones. .... ''' r :"'sure wholesome fiterat 'u d ni ,tt-l.i .-
Mr. :.,l b prsn,. dib inle,eodnnsl..11or .prion. un-til .,at

egoe's oL j II .
...- -. -- the Scriptures, not tWe l Son papers rhe half0 |
WVSHiWOTox-.- Al o upon educathjg the children oped .
180 000 h*'misionary spirit and iseivice, both v-y among
n, ....7-.hydf hieh theories impressed all wfr, 01o, 1f w-1`6le a .
i~~~~oS~~ -U^B~a -Vence..^^^ S SS^ Bl
negroes. ey nave a ea- great importance.- ". au2iienc J
d1 ers Fred. 'Doigftil arid Regiter of gr, ea-,e "eI 4t the eefm" A"
he Treas ury--d',. an'i d.- A committee alvc o -n" the
the Treasury Bce o nseration 1 feasibility of dividing 0e1W,,
n they have organized a :formal -fight' the county Iito districts and holding dis- who said. t wae-t W
Against the administration iiiiis trict conventions or Intitutes, reported t'elin.s that t':
Brought about because of the.small favorably, recommending tat the place, ard sou id .
Number of offices given to oored time and conduct of these Institutes be ne, e ..wri.Qvi
e mi. But th8'rrevol will ,oant arranged by the Vice-Presidefhtt of the .pauy hy"I-
Ston atioallyn thing, as.r ea s district in which the Averitiotis 'held. say aa1in.
f of .te.Ditiat of C otumbia- am eot ainenaient to 8tho hArticle of y trul
Sentitled to X, 4oteo i _ourm wI" ,ti* CoisiAdnWwa hpioposed, Aixing the
ele(bons. "a "t 'e of ng on eie o.e, .-&Thurday nd.i
"' SMALLoXU has ba -nt in IllO 4- S'day nOctober.an ru, at
0. SMALL-3oOx has broq..a~t in I11167 6' e ti6 4t0i''Su'day, neote inu. tim, u n


e j Mul, ; S tD-KY SC 0 Oi W' RK E I.1"-1 ", ..n.ent..
(Hfflcient Jn-g'e fNl2 l Unoriginalop ede p
'Ln_ a~ l~l14 zip:

Ce.. Th L lull gd
o ordtan, in resisting :Il-
,it Saturday, eame; tup
d re.Ja e.Oardder at the &urt-house-.
Sestertd ay morninDg, at 10 o'clock.
T,. he.parties were late in coming into
Ou rt, and it vas fully ialt'past the hour
when-the fiVe wipiesses wNfe called, No
v': "-idence was 2iven directly concerfiin 1'
/'-- .." '"*t ;( ... ', -
: -:-the shooting of either Mr. Knight or the
'dig 0of Jordan, especially as to what
f-"oan.-was first to be arrested for or
who fired the shots that canlid Jordan's
.death. From thel evidence of the wit-
nesses and the statements of .other par- I
ties, we dednVe the following, whtch we
believe to be a just account of the fatal
affair: .
Early in the afterrtoon of Sat0 urday,
the 26th i`t.. harles Jordan, the niur-
Sdered man, eeame involved,, in a difi-
.culty -with Frank -Brown, also colored,
*iAn Mr. John Rolbinn'sm saloon.:- Johnson
.was drunk and drewN-an old islA-ione re-
volver on Birwn, filing the trigger,
-.but the cap exploded without discharg-
ing the weapon. Mr. Robinson appre-
A" ending a difficulty, ordered ( ..bhe
men out an.I close __r ar. -li
wa inawde toMarshal- Knight of =-
ous conduct of Jordon, who fled from
him when he attempted. to arrest unhim.
TheMarshal commanded him to halt or
that he would fire; at that Jordon turned
and fired, his ball passing through the
left side of Mr. IKnight's abdomen, in-
Sflicting a serious wound, Ont from which
he Vill likely recover. We have been
y t .oldPthat tlge M.iphal fired two shots at
.-' Jordan at this time, but have nothing
-. .lUve, to that effect.
Jrdan fled and Mr. Knight wa.aken
0 t' house near by,-the news. ly
readt ixd creating %*Wat e. t' ex-
t-inent. Statements of diq t parteW
0 don

''^^o^^ ^eDl 'assn t so h lo
n ern e
did is omwn
os tog h
ase n, and
oanmd th-e
1,le the_
,.g ] ,o a z-
-=i .oma~ke the arrest
!,to' adopted w ere ,ner
ad,ordon cam~e up t,o the
tjiaigated a ditfeulty. It !i
ers, Withl whom he had
}the 11l pa ~ng so cl
.Ste that rlmeu.ted T imhe

d6 u evidence as t<
o'-d t -em iagijek.
.Du-an% is cl-,r 'with tayin
-pr vent ordo', arrest and sayg h
" -se self'e that no harm wa
Simn 1lePeterson is accused o
g Jordon to shoot; that he would(
ien the p mio began Dnn: aA
.2.::.. -en the 1,tation began Dnnca

' 'At"

and necessarily labor is legs expert'
sive. With these advantages, which
,are now being fully appreciated, not
only by our own citizens, but by the
rest of the world to such an extent
as to verily cause many of the man-
ufacturers of the older States to re-
move their machinery to this new
land of great possibilities, nothing
can retard her progress and develop-
ment into the most powerful section
of this powerful and prosperous Un-
ion. -


Contrary'to the ait .ipaton. -f ,
a moitn agro, the Czar wNs crowned
without an attempt at violence by
his enemies. Instead of a scene of
violence and bloodshed, it was ,.i
of peace and rejoicing- The tele-
graplhic reports do not undertake to
estimate the crowd, but sriy thaIt al
unreserved p.ces in the streets were
speedily filled by eager sig!htsee-rs,
while th-e windows, doorways and
housetops were let out at fabulous
prices to visitors.
The ceremony was perhaps at-tenAd-
ed with as much pomp and display as
anv t.e world ever knew. The Czar
preserved throughout the entire cere-
monv a ,,r..ve and decoruomt dH"tv
-id a noblness 01o' (emeno:; which
.pro e, the admiration of f1.
Th e u iiversal good-wiU ich
prevailed may be thorougth appre-
ciated whem ` is L waited that the
EmIeror drvetlirough the streets
a.)t niglt., to witness the illueilsation,

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-The citizens of Madison co.anty
are having printed tti4 office of the
New Era a pamphlet deiscriptlve
of the county. It is a commendable
enterprise on their part that should
be imitated by the citizens of every
county. *
-The cigar manufacturers of Key
West shipped 2,000,000 cigars in one

-Madison county has 200 acres in
melons; Jefferson, 300; Leon about
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Virginia hills, with the weather-
P of Fairfax courthouse looking
r one of them; and further to
left-the point where, in ,the,
s when the Confederate armies
e nearest Washington, men
ding on the foot of the capitol
clear day could see the glint of
1 bayonets.
ow and then there is a little rip-
of Presidential gossip, but there
is to be no subjcet which excites
interest, thougni the National
mentions are only a year distant.
prominent Democratic Senator said
otber day that McDonahld's
.d-.a alliance with Attor-
^^ ^ .^io. P. Stockston, of
ider. being g to -t..
Is ewv- Jersey in return for
romiahtion of Stockston for Vice
;.dent, with the further idea that
ew Jersey man on the ticket
Id, help it, in the election. The
of t,1e story was to the effect.
St-.oeksto was in 1uc_,h better
)e, politically and othervwise,than
ma, sone years ago, and was in a
t1o01 t, have isnlluen.ee.
Phil"' Tinom-psoin .reach,(-led Wasl,-
0.. Nr ,. (,
01) Ri 'ev^0 -ays Vo! .i.d Ini been
oii our _-treet il a ,col, summer
the s-11.me quiet, self-basessed
as ever-the last man who
Id be picked ot, in a crowd a?
who has just killeC another .sij
Onl i'- few ]]Oin'S bef ore eneredl
r1 his tri. Th-om)son embodies
IL U- -v U,
[(e,_itueky i;i.-ae, ,- ood na-
li nd a-re,{alte mA.1 tO m1eet,01er
10e moIIt Cmirble and olitinitr
..nen in CO.,res*TO but with a.
Iver l;at~c!.L
re t -
rivate .dvees re, achinge here re-'
tinu te condition o.f Senator An-
y aIre o the effect. that le eats
, sleeps pretty well, walks to his
:and looks over Irh. papers and
ates letters which he signs.. "At
qsce, however, there are grave
i, ^ 1'' :, ". ,
.i'd O)liS wi.wO was .ih i 'asiing-
the other day expressed such
bts. Senator Anthony"i Ihowed
is during the last.sesion of a loss
trenwth, and of the approach
)ably"of the illness from whichl
s now suffering; he slept fre-,
itly in his chair., The withdraw-
fSe.nator Anthony from active
19would undoubtedly bring Sena-.
Aldrich, lIs .young colleague,
spieouuly -'to the front.

S;W .fD*ILY .H B published every rising,
'"; -ondays excepted) and eqfains all the local
"-"/iee and a full resume of the general news cf
-. the -ay. It is delivered by carriers anywhere
w within the city ffns, or mailed to subscribers
i!-{ at fifty cents alOatlh, or flve dollars a ear.
1H.'TUE advertis g rates of THE BEE are lower
than ttf'ofo any. other daily in the country.
: beinge,Asquare o ne year $30; squares $60;
; s80fais $100. Transient advertisement -
t-. ch .lt for at the rate of $1 per square for
9-.. 4.jfl,,ity cents for each subsequentinser-
r, ^ ..square is one incl.
.'"'.. B .T. BS, tributes of respect, &c., charged
8ahe rate of live cents,.
-"" 6 YiIENTadvertisements frust be paid for ini
~-- .nce; and all otier bilis vill lbe collected
RERPONDENCE from all patus of the
county and State solicited.
L, communications, business or otherwise,
a liould be addressed to
;&.-. ^ CIIA.R. L. FILDES,
S- .. .. Editor and Proprielor.
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SEecial attention caled to the
scied ei rooerty W,
No. 43-one of tbh most desirable residences
th- city of Gainestil,2 -s-tories,12 rooms, kitce --"-:
and servant's room. Hard finish andc stuwcol0

thr.iighout, marble mintles, spacious verandah9,;
or 30 orange trees in yard; good stables on premisr
es. Price,15,(K0. 4
No, 3). --Valuable vegetable fartu-for sale ch130 ;
401) aers of rich hammoc:. lalndl all cleared and ia .
hig. siate of cultivation. Vegetables of all kihd
grown on land. Improvements: A good packing
Inuse anc wagrn sihed. L..uid all fenced. 81tuated
Ssouth-westof find miles .
-o.th of Oranfe City sttiein on Tranib t Rsa.lroai d,
b11lf ,ifle from steamb-tf I, ending on Alachu
Lake. Price, $1,G00.'
No. -1 acres (iof fne land cheap one mi 0 from
Gainesvie, a 11l (eired and ten acres fenced and. .
ciltivated. 80 iarge souir or.;ge trees set in grove '
A bargain at$3,700 "a- -.
No. 50.-Desirable regidente in city; two stories,
0 roomf.. acres in grounds, 4 acres set in orange
tre?.--, 21 or 4) bearing two or three inousand each,
4 il.(.d stables, 2 carriage houses, g al out's h iuse-
h,-,ue andwag,-rshe.,Lf6 allme.ce. bitatedfCas

all in good repair. Price, *r6,C'. ms: balt'ash.
Nso.4ls.-4uacres2omies'sounthofe ainesviUe; ia.
Southern Raiway runs through land. 'eautifoa
lakefront, perennial stream of clear water runs .4
t.hr.-1ih tract, bluff banks on both sides, 30 acres
eLainesvid f niled,2. redoan dwelling and kitclaeIr.
Quartrinile to station. Che.p at 1,00 cash;
Severa.lla-geimbered tracts from 5,0i00 t t30i', .
acres eirail- located, at $1.2e $5 per Aace. -

ei-- ,- f.d f,-iiin^ed,"2 ih.h l dwl~ling* and kit'-he'~ '..



The marvelous rapidity wilh
hich the South .has recuperated
rom the damaging effects of a
cghting war, has been the wonder
e world. She not only had the
S-as f war to contend with but
pl lvas al paralyzed by the evil
'"eets of bad government during the
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te- a.rf struction period. Divested of
-ae1r property and almost crashed in,
spirit, -shewas forced to maintain a.
S population of several miliks of i,-
norant papers turned lose upon h.r
..at a time when she could most illv
..afford to respond to their necessities.
I-i th s l e
S-B'ut th shie tid provide for th. n,-
and continuial 1 1.d steadily incr:-.".
financial -tre:.GL-h, inow
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r Ieuyxv a k Avntue-PrvsenIIt!al!
s'Nosjp-Pia. TINoraspson -Senator

WASHINGTON, May 26, 1883.
One of t -he preftiest views in Wash-
ing ton now is half way down Penn-
sylvania Avenue. Looking toward
one end, there juts 1out the Grecian
portico of the Treasury, like a gi-
gantic theatre scene, half across the
line of vision, and closing in the
prospect. At the other end is the
Capitol. The trees hi the park ris-
ing from the foot of the hills to the
base of the'building at the top, are
mossed together by the distance in-
to solid banks of green, from_1 wbeh
springs the Capitol, large and white
in the sunshine. The brides and
bridegrooms Whom the Capitol
guides usher softvly through theCon-
gressional Library out on the balco-
ny, would see a beautiful viY these
days if they would only .o1,k at it
and not at each other. Down below
them, running out from the Capitol
grounds, are*tbe Botanical Gardeu&,--
and,beyond these stretchens n con-
tininonus ark, crossed wi th drives in
all directions, and extending for
-re than a mile, up beyond the
WVas?+,son HMonument. It is well
wooded azl very pleasant to bhe
eye. Some distance up the dark
sandstone towers of the Smithsoian
, ise out of tl trees. Beyond is the
Agricultural department, with its
great flower-beds, soon to be glow"
inrg with every color that grows.
Then comes the tall shaft of the
monument, the face toward you shin-
ing white, the other risible |in deep
shadow. Off to. tohe rig!t lies the
city.'* The eye can trace long lines
of trees marking' the streets and see
V -' f A' --, I- __ 1* -1 -1 '

yv/ ^ '-'-:.-L*.' '" a k. to,. X
t[Wri^ the bvlei, was evy ,_,;,1.77
bard to bear, but it was borne with
great heroism; and she ha rs, by her
generosity anid fIrsightedness, 7no-
ceeded In mnateridly elevatIn.g the
atandafl s this ignorant portion of
uher ulatio,- made of them good
Sc iei? by the inauguration of a lib-
m.l and eflcient free school :system,
P.til to-day they are materially as-
^l.ing their superiors in the devel-
nmenut of this section.
.The first great stride the Soutf
-A.e'on the road to pro','ess was
_lPn she realized the fiaet that to
in profitably' she must abandon
o1d slave .system and diversify
r:.op. By this means she not
"aises more cotton thau ever
b nt an -albuydance of-'field
.c;.ts. for home consumption.
a eeliouses are no longer in
SW-est. Having leai rned to
.gAt.home,"" her people next
.p.-.ir attention to developing
e o. our favored section.
-.X saediii, aid
ere the su. .. _f
Iros_-begaan to attract the
f Northeua capitaists.
-::goodly number of cotton
4are been built, and they
0"to increase very rapidly.
::wi]. this be tre if, ,g
c-_ o(s8 can be manufacture
P.re Prbasonably than Un.
Her water powers arde
Ose of any section of the
a case they should fail,
of timber would ena-
her machinery a t



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McMillan & Miller:

Invite the attention of new comers or rect-
tlers to their stock of Pure and reliable a
J'IOrders from neighboring towa and' the."
try promptlT attended to. Presoripttoza
pouiled with utmosb ceare~by old and

Gainesville, Florida,.:- _a

G r .Y p T <.L QV E

Sale and Feed

^ At Wholesale and Retalt!.

Tobacco, Cigarrettes, Pipes aRK
Smokers' Articles.

Wrigest Cigars sold at Cheapeat WholeSale
Rates' Send in your orders. The y will.
promplyfilled. M. MARTINiZ, .
West Side Square, Gainesville, Fla.

State agents for
aJ. W. Henney& Co." .
Celebrated Buggies,
S. Carriages &a

Fine Harness a SpeR4ftaly.

Everything guaranteed as reprem ,



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e^< _' "huve visited the "Silver TaHE citizens of Jacksonville are AILY EDITION.
a. of larion, the "Long contributing liberally to the small-
sor "Blue Spring" of Jackson, pox relief fund. Already $1,194 have
S(hSuwannee Spring" and the Wa- been collected.
aKllapapri-g. They are attractive --
ai beautiful, but will not compare' ENDEL & BRO.
:Efandoeu with the great meystal V ---o---
2%,Ebig of the Wacissa"9 in Jefferson
nty It was at thi spring that
ePoncde Leon terried for many days
i hig Westward march, as he T
e-sed with the belief that it
-upr .. _f, O, TTTT H H EEE BBB EEE REEE
F-Fotain of Youth for T CT H H E B B E E
.......T HHH EE BBB E EE
m si-eart yearned. The great T H H E BB EE EEE
6 IfC-the Creator were so won T H H EEE BBB EEE EE
displayed in the solid walls
by-which its sparkling wa,- -- .
it. .d ag s h We purpose keepir- pace with the
ed, as is also the en- m ent four city. anid will hereaier-i -
"e river to the sprin g, strictlyy ci y prices.
Qf Ponce de Leod's
fed was the "Avenue A Wide-awake, Progressive,
F.ise of the Western
here is also an Indian le- We have a splendid stock of
bout the Crystal Springc that
.Iendeavor to give at a future
DY.-xqtiCedo Constitution. D l X, Goods.
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Palatka, Mny 6, 1883. j l
t "Gln~~l, F!!orida,,

'ala ........ 7:00 2:45 OIL CLOTIS ,
Frmncis.. .. ..... 7:30 3:09 ,
Britains. ........ .. 7:33 3:25 .. Y -
MacWilliam,. ..... 7:45 3:40 WINDOW ,
Interlachen. .... 8:05 4:04
Johnson.......... .. 8:28 4:32"
; McMeekin. ....,.. 8:3< 4-41 SHADES.
w'Wait's 'ro8:i'.; S:M- 5:o3 s
.....a a: 5" ', ---,. A z S- .... T
S rue lcl ...:v.- 9:30 5:40 -ens for Chrk, ?rry & Co.'s !

: uGi"ell^ .... i. AND -MA .a^E. S._OES.
:: :]' g V '!Y\ ." .... .. .. .... :0 5 0:' 4 ^ .' "' ft ^ ,>, ^ ^_ *--: ***-.. ^ ^ .. ^ -
: Ganiesvinle ,,., 60 1 :40 ti ....."-

RP." M. AR. P. M. -
Palatkat. ....... .. :45 : )
Franp: ..... .. 1 :25 t21 Also Agts for ,
-C' Brit10ins .1:1 8":04 "
f.-. ^ "R ." O~RSETS- **
:MacWillhin~ns. 12 "."i 7:4 -- s "" P VA'R'NERP^P'S~TT "* i^r
...... 15.1 SA. W A Re\ipleCOSES
Interlaeicn....... 12 7: WA COR TS De.mocratic in Principle but Con-
Johnson: ---------- 12: ) P2 "4'1]
]1 McMeekin......... 17:'2 1-' S-i ^ ^ "iReinll
W ait's Crossing. 11 :1 6:"1.S ,.- .
.Magnesia Sprin.. 13. 5 :;S .We inean business, and a call wil convince" 1 1 .
Gruelle .... 11:24 5:40 you that we are really reducing prices on all "
.-;^. LV. P M. LV. A. M. goOds. -
G ruielle. . ... .. . .. 9 :20 *: .
.- T a yer... ........ 11 :01 8:4, "
S G i esvile*.......'. 10:.1 8 :-() : ^
t% ^"" ;cALA DIVISION. nd b r o.

iTo'.-- TTOS.. MAL, LY. MAIL, AR w^ $ 0 Year Sn AI RO fT
rStyx. ..... 10:13 a ni 4 :.'5 p m WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
:_.M*eAopy .....10:25 a ni 4:40 p in
r drnnin.. ..10:37 a in 4:30 p m 1-ly Gainesville, Fla
...._fie... .....10:5S a m 4:10 p in .
k.. .te-. ..11:25 a m 3:45 p m ,

S.....-.." ..11:41 a n 3:'22 p 1 1NLEY & HkMPTON,
ount :Taboi,. ." l#:]p I5nI ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
.. .12"351m 32) 3 5
CONNECTIONS, Gainesville, Fla. -- *
with fast River Stoer nen
A-B.ihgijirttS8 ^-7E' DAY B1EE is a 16-column paer, slet in
P044 .- WM-bNO Floridi. X
k., ts 301 m -yr .. .- ,
"Ioin"iak- e. -''Es Main St., north of American House. small type compactt of 1 ; .i, and in addition to ad
^H^ H ^P0111ts East, W-est tan .
*ip ot s Ea. .n l vertieements, contains daily at least 20,000 ems, or'
A Crossi-g with Peninsula IL. & S. L. ROBB, M. D'S.. @ltters of reading matter which is more than
t Ac-io with Ocala Divis- HOMEOPATHISTS. 7 vw weekly furnishes. .
i-nopy.Orangre ILake, Ocahl-t,
n y Orange Lke, Ocl, Though not containing perhaps all the associa.
itriediate points Calls in town or county promptly attended to.
.SreVille with Transit Railroad -. ... ted press reports, reprints that portion which may
rKey Pensacola and New Or- Chrome Diseases a Specialty. ae of general interest, and when necessity reqi*es
oneala with Peninsula Railway fort' Office: N.E. cor. public square,Gainesville, Fla will take special despatches.

if!..tePrior points in South Florida, CrA -.LAMBETH,
AN P4and Charlotte-Harbor, and Hacks A But the main feature of THE BEE will lbe fs local
^gers leaving Gainesville at 10:45 department. It will ina few day- commence the
-,i-arri-vt a-Jacksonville at 5:00 p. GE N E R A L publication of articles descriptive :of Galuesville
,neat -*1th Waycross train.
g Snd vicinity, and will direct its efforts toward mak-
Iou and Sportsmen's Tickets I S R NT So
P ^atly reduced rates on sale. HILL'S BUILDING ing our county, our city aud our people kuown
1-1y Gainesville Fla, abroad.
Superintendent. BUBCIPTION RATB8. '
"' One copy one year, :5'ix m6ontes, 1$2.50; three
S_--.L months, $1.60; oun month, 50 cents. All subscrip
m TIFULR -1 -TlOt tions must be paid in advance.
AlmW & x 46 "nd m B61oaf ,C IX weeks after date I will aDnly to tke Judrb

^r Pruggistst
gaP- For.s.te 14AMMiilln & Miller, Druggist
'Ua nI'!sville, Fl .torch 30,83

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Bradfield's Female :-.`

g^ai -^ '~' ''"

Is a IL Remedy for all diseases pertaining ._
to ]THz L" an' any intelligent woman can -'-.-
cure herself b.' lowing the directions. It is --'.'
pecially eflcaciousu't(ase. of suppressed or Dai ..-;
ful Menstruation, the and Partial Pro-.-*
lapsus. It affords immedi.ted iet, and perma-" -'
nently restores the Menstrual tins. As ,
remedy to be used Aring that cri: i io._.. -
~~~ t r -^ A'aktfy'fe -Ss"
known as Change of Life," this invalu'l_f-e.- .
1 ration has no rival, 45.;

.Holmes' I "m.i"e

Is an inestimable boon to all child-bearigig wo
m en; a real blessing to suffering females; a true
Mother's Friend. When applied a few weeks be-
fore confinement it will produce a safe aud -cuic
delivery, control pain, and alleviate the us
dread, agonizing suffering, beyond the 1ow7,.
languageto express. .

Pryor's Ointr t
ut re and speedy cure for Blincju Bleeding
Piles, sores, Uioers, Tuminor.'istania, Burns,
Corns. Felons, Sore Nipplesc. Its effects are
simply marvelous, and. iiadn inexpressible bless-
ing to all afflicted with.fther of the above coM-
plaints. Tr,- it,
FoLr ci.,uar:. te timonials, and full partic.tular,
address bole Proprietor and '[anufacturgr at

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An Enemy of

Mo-ROpolies, 01i garctfsmnt,
Tha t Thieing Tariff.

Has no superior as a great family and pe-
li:tical paper in the newspaper world, Its
circulation is



than any political newspaper in theSouth
and is excelled by bLntfe 'tn -the Unsted
States. It countains, ea& week. thO aOd
cornplet.e gunnmarv of the news at"'
world, aud itseditri Uj("
WV AL-LERSON,'tE itor-in.= ""1,.a uwiy -
1 .'**,. ^ Amnong nA 2:-
are Telegraphic Specials trorna a14thea
ing points in the United States and Eawpe,
Serial and Short Storles, Tal&aiae1'a1- 4
mons the day after delivery in. BrwoX.Vy
Tabernacle, Market Reports, PasKmus
ters, Tuif and Stock R.eorts,.. A
-Correspondents' D e a_-Kel4..
Department for Chlldren. N0-17
Country should be without t, --.-


Daily,$1ayear; Suday, $2'a year; W, P
g Single Copy, one year, $1 50o; .FIVE 1
Soue year, $5.5oAlter a club of five tasi"
seht us the clab raiser cLn, troutont
E year, add single subscrfqtions af 1@40 _
at our lowest club rate -$1t 0or
subscriptions. Yearly subscrtplos ob
be received at this rate. Our term A
than Atear are $1&r 8 months; TS ce
for 6 n ths. e cwts for three maokt,.
A "PLE COPY of Weekly Couriier
Jornal is nt free of charge for exiralink.
tlon on appUttcation. Liberal cash mi .,
slon them free of carge. AddreM -
President Courier-Journal Co.,
Louisville, Ky.




No. 108 South-PItyor Street,-Atlanta; Ga..;


- 'A -Organ of : : ...
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IRS aJ.C. McCuGral i
S-J. C. alecusrI & SOC, &


Having associated with We Mr'.
the roofing, gattenrig nd.job _k$ J
pared to respondto all cU Um thipl
ing towns t
Low prices Lnd ufttscthm XN
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gy Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Plows,
Nails, Axes and general hardware al-
ways on hand. J. D. MATHESON,

gy"Get the best-the Eastern Por-
table Pump. Price reduced. Address
TI. C. EastmanGainesville, Fla.
4I. hells. IL. F, Duttonm






To all and singular the people of the State
of Flortda!:
Take notice that on the ninth day,4f June,A. AD
3, 1 Wtill apply to the Board of P.a onBof .the
State of Florida, for a-full pardon,4.Kd tl t tthey
remit the penalty of fie rmoprlimmnment imposed
Ipon Me byoonTietion and sentence at the FAU
TArim nf. tha eCirc.uit Cor'- of Alahua Cognty,

BEE, .

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ion of our stock i.? respectfully saoli-
satisfied that, after a fair trial, the
eel wanr'arntee in bestowi-gon us a
o tif Icir paoroa.ge.

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. F. DUTTON & CO.,



Pictures and Frmes, Wiep-

pigiro,, pt

W-"Aeatuarters for the School Books
in .P Alachua and Lery counties.
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Sea Island Cotton,


Stationery St ,. e
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,ually kpt iA et e. tab.i ae "

pv r"muwaten invieBs -






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day, to enter that place, and it was .EIGLER
gYiven up, or Ipostponed. Cedar Key h-as ..
not qu;r1nt'isr i inst th0'10
in their individual c !;ip F-^ype.
oes not w.:h to eOnteArlfi tho)enD r,2 's
The spv o,&er there must not he
t;? n uon, con(i "mption.
*- -"s ----a- U l '
"Tlh Ea-l Flricr;"; S:Maiiiiay Concert by
Mrs. Frenc',s music class, at .'Ropler'-
UIall last night, was attended by a, -L"e
and appreciative audience.
Theentertainment began lwit Mh -,
Mie Friend and Lilly McCuen at the
piano. Both are lntetiin erfr-
a- -& -,O -c,.
e-r. The vocal rio y Miks.s LeDa A-
tnr, Tilly Brown 7and TI'y ing, 1'
o 1 "IAl 1,:%
very .icelQ rndereu. Ml' C;-r" .ha .
improved very much Ii- her. -l'n:g-,.
greatly pleased the au"".nce in- _ '"
effo'rt-. Thepiano -l .0- ie
tain and4'-%e .der w a..-.i --I S IT;
so th le trio )y MIi-.-'' Alk'_,.de.r, nd
and McCucn,. The due- y ,::- \Vi- r
lie and his httle sister Iettie Taylor .as .
well executed for such young. per rforr- .
Me .--. Richards,il Miller, Webster nNl erI...i.
Bailey made rich music, Said showed an ,,! toime "
F, IrS w :l
amount of proflcenvcy that would nbo ,, til !
~i C 1 '- a Q 1d '" .
be expected from an unprofessioIrl _j
source. Miss .--se rcCormick has 'lon -
'been a musical favorite h,:e. She ang .LOWES
"When the Leaves: Liin to Turn." "h -I
e.Iutato, "the Picnic, occupied tif lat-
ter half of the evening,. All thf' p:-,-ts,,
espedally the leading ones, were 'efnci-.
ently filled, winning successive applau-e
and showers of boquets. We doubt uiia.
morA s1.'-e \1 -,n tertaiinent oA the .
An inspect
kind has i.een given. ., .,
u c.L, geeiin

rLecal News Iasl.'Gossip GaAerel
Iflere and fir}ere.
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*Magnolas ar'e hi bloom.
L6 eff hive a base ball*gane.
4 .old, Gold!! Let us have goldr
+ Some large brick -stores could -be easily
:. Plums have made their appearance il
: St.: -Srawbd:ries a pl tiful 0: eight
t g ': c ",** : v- ->~
: 11iif a qinnrt.
S,' Is it not time for so e to open an
ice cream itetory ,
Watermello-.: are plentiful at from
-:. thirty to- Y cents. .
,new business houses will soon be
abli hed in. Gainesville.
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Where will our fire company get water
a r ]hen the conflaration comes?


Thl Lone Star .,iS

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G'n in 'e 8v le, Flom

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~p 30 **
Cts*. .
(-;reamey .Butter 30

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S Oran.oe', aund nice ones too, are still
In market at Seigler & Phifer's.
But won't we miss those pretty -Semi-
nary misses when school closes?
Ice is cheaper than ever before.
Mr. D. E. S. Caren, of Tampa, is on a
visit to Gainesville, his former home.
M3r. Henry Denton has moved into his
Sine, new residence on East Main street.
Have you put up your mosquito net,
oris your skin tough enough to keep
them of ?
Mr. E. D. Younglove left for Freeport,
Illinois, yesterday morning, to be absent
several weeks.
'Next year we wll hear the booming
SOf the cannon. What a noise those ca-
= d ts will make.
-Lightniing rods have been placed on
Aoper' -Hall. Simouson's "lightning"
is a good deal more-dangerous.
Jacksonvillians paythirty cents .a doz-
-An for all the eggs they use, Gainesvill-

n, O.ir io'k of geelrat merchandisef-
n;-, wvc: keep our shelves and COu_-
11'\ ith tese i esahetst ,, hoiest .ar-
.II the _aae ar t the

., Ffc .. U.......
-"A called communication& cf Gaines-
ville Lodge No. 14: F. & A. M., will be
field at Mas-n H:01l on Wedueda-yv, the
30th .,6t., at 4 o'clock p. m. shbarp.
Metrbers will attend in regulation dre_.
Processi.on to Roper's Hall and E. F._ S.
grounds to conduct tl-e ceremony of the
iaying of the eorn er-s.tone of: tbe Semi
narS I V is r: br '.,e s -rdally fnvi-
"Rv order of W. M.
N-2Nt ? tr ENEL, Sec'y.
~^ Co ^ R-. ^h"mL --'r0 4
ay da formiied a coparlershhip loi:..?
practice of M Aicine and Surgery.
^- G.P. THOMAS, M. D. "
Gaminesville, Fla., May 28, '83. 1-6t


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iinesvine, Florida..

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Sa.i- s get all they want for twenty. '
: A pleasant surprise partly took place at
Judge King's residence in East GaLnes-
it* Ville, Friday m t. f .
- usell'<,Bce.I'lreree wo rk yestrda.
puttinont to Dr. McKinistry s
Office o0 Liberty street.
A BFEE man got the O Wvf icTIoe44
of him recently at the boXing school.

11 G ejflorda.

^- D' RAKE-

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Luckily he',wasfi't on the editorial staiTr.
.- ae 1-'l has atA age influx of
.' new t e.rs it Ihe pa winter, but will
have more'next than ever before. Pre-
.^ pare "'for them.
t_ p,-.
A new station has been established on
the Transit Railroad one anddaquarter
miles south of G insv ille. It will be
named after our local agent, Daysville.
.A few visitors are with us yet,
SrThe o*y hus given that part of Uni-
SVersity street running betw,-een the two
Slots, belonging to the SemiiaTy, to that -
R,*_. ev. Winm. K. Tully, who was to have
Delivered the commencement sermon
1 unday, came as far as Starke, where lihe
:: was stopped by the quarantine ofilcers
-r-- itdhad to return to Jacksonville.
.. A great many orange, Le Conte pear,
=a: d Peen-to peach trees will bc planted
"-G: :l -lar ea ville the presen.-- I

'::;--i_ Council should go to work in
.'r-hnest on the water question. Water
hes are' necessary. and are bound M
SifWe have ai city.
s.pers correspondent went Out
-th pine wo-ds near Gainesville and
S a. m wfting in the lap of tired
asshe sinks at evening to rest."
ig surprise when he fomnd the
had substituted the word8
for tired nature.
..... lorkd Southern continue
4to jwnansville they would
edly fn the best paying sta-
-aie on ltheire Ite."-If they sh tshbw'
t they' are 'net Pnr Wguage and
mwinded" let them do so at once
they-.have-a fore ot hands repair-
thd ld rod bed nbrth of -thieitv. 'o

, -J. D. Matheson has a special de-
part meant in his store tor shoes. He ham
always taken great pride in the specil-
ty; controls, among others, the well es-
tablished goods of Hutton & Bliss, T.
Miles & Son's,Bay State Shoe andLeath-
er Co., &c. 1-6t

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Stove Furniture, ."
Silver-Plated Warit., .
Tool Cudtry ,L '
Willow ,


W.Dry goods, notions, &o.-splendid
stock on hand, replenishing as needed
with the most desirable materials and
stvyles, My aim is to give the best goods
for the.least money.
'l-6t J; D. .MATHESOI.

On hand and cut to order at short notice,
Mouldings in great variety.
Tamrned and Scroll ,-work in any pattern.
riooring, Ceiling and Dimentsioa Lumber.

House-builders and carpenters will find Itto
theirInterest to give me a call before prchasing
elsewhere. C. A, DRAKE.

4AW Telephonic connections with all parts of
the city.