The Gainesville times
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Title: The Gainesville times
Uniform Title: Gainesville times (Gainesville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Times
Uncontrolled: State Fair bulletin
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: E.M. Hampton & Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Alachua Co. Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1878
Publication Date: 1876-1879
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 6, 1876)-v. 3, no. 136 (Feb. 12, 1879).
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Editors: O.A. Myers, Mck. F. McCook, Feb.12, 1879.
General Note: Publishers: E.M. Hampton & Co., July 6, 1876-Feb. 5, 1879; Gainesville Times Pub. Co., Feb. 12, 1879.
General Note: The State Fair bulletin, supplement issued Dec. 1, 1878.
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The Gainesville Times.


E. M. HAMPTON & CO.., Propr's.


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VOL. 2.-NO. 101. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 1878. &2.00 per annum..

Hawkins, David i

son, W G
Smst E H
i; .'rtson, Curie
Raim, Edward
Ramsey, Mundise
Rob<-rt. S W
Reed, R A
Richard, J B
" Robinson, J R
Rain, James
Rice, Trapp
Reeves, Willis
Rainy, Jesse
R- .'n, P
Roundtree, Ed

RobF son,.W D
Right,. L W
Robinson, J 1
Riley, G W -
Rollins, David
kobertson, Win
R eves, H L
Reed, Wilkes
Robinson, L W"
Ruby, Thomas
Rider, Alex
Rogers, Bacchus
Rowe Aaron
Rowe Jack
Rich, Geo 11
Robins, J Isaac

Hennis, George

grand regatta; on the 4th ,of July,
There will be races for boats of all
classes, and some valuable'prizes will

This will be a fine oppoin-tyTor
your up-country folk, to witness, a-
fleet of boats under full sail.
I have not alluded to politics in
this klettr, nor shall I,-but beg to re-
rnain yours in favor of the Potter in-
vestig.fti,_n, and of letting Hayes stay
in-if they can't get him out.
oRED oN .

BRONSON, FLA., June' ", 1878.
Editors Gainesville 7mes;
In my card pu-blished in your edi-f
tion of the 22.l of May, I declared
that the ;t idmcnt madeby "Veritas"
in his letter of the 15th of May, was
as Pfar as his remarks about the ille-
gality of Miss -Mooney's arrest was
concerned, either a false statement dr
a malicious lie; that declaration I
now repeat, and while declining any
argument or newspaper controversy
with the woman in question, I would'
place before the public a true
statement of my ofikil action -in the
preinises, which will put the individ-
ual, misnaming himself "Veritas," in,
the sunlight, so that the citizens of
this county may examine for them-
selves, the question and pass judge-
ment on the veracity of."Veritas."
On the 23d of April, a telegram
from Sheriff Cone of Nassau county,'
was received, which read as follows
"Arrest Miss Jennie S. Moorin-ey. Capias
under way by mail. CONE,
Absent from Bronson myef, this'
dispatch was taken and showed to
Miss Mooney by Mr, B. B. Barco the
Deputy Sheriff, who then informed
her that he wouldn't take her to Fern2
andina unless the warrant came to
hand; the warrant arrived that night
by mail, and having arrived in town. -
after train time, I proceeded to the resi-
dence of Miss Mooney. where I found '
AMr'. Barco, and in his presence sla d.
Miss Mooney the warrant, which we.
both _read together in the presence of
Mr. Barco, I then' sent: her to Fern-
andina in charge of the Deputy Sher-
In this case It have only done my
duty, and only regret that I am com-
pelled in my official capacity, to
take notice of an anonymous slander
which, as an individuals would"scorn
to notice.
j .. ; , h 11 ",fou d
Accompanying this will be found'
the affidavit of Mr. B. B. Barco, Dep-'
uty Sheriff, as to the truth ofthe trans-
action. ,


Holder, J J B W Henderson, J M
billiard, D W Hainey,'J. C,... -
Hogan, E B Higginibothan,'T
Hunter, Hamp U0olly, WA )
Harris, W.W Honegger, fas
Harrison Geo W Hawthorn, W S
Howell, Ed R Hughes, Asa ,
Hogan, H B Howell, John M
Holder, Josh. tIiggins, Geo S M
Harrison, A J Hodge, J J M H
Hudson, James J Holden, W'
I-Iolland,' Parnell H.od0e, J Ht
Hull, Levi Howell, JR
Howard, Caggen Holyell, John E
Hewitt W L Ijart, W T.
Hunter, James M Villiard, H C

Crugh, R W
Colson, Abram
Criswell, J W
Carter, WM
Coleman, Geo M
*Colter, J B
Colson, Thos C
Carlton, W G
Coulter, A J
Crumpton, Z A
Coy, John
Cornish, Wmn
Cato, James
Cofield, A
Carnons, Oliver
Colsing, W H
Carter, Jerrv
Chism, W T'
Conner, Willis W
Cloud, Henry
Collins, George
Chesser, John
Coulter,S G
Chism, Dudley
Claret, John
Clark, S E .
Colson, W H
Crosby, Abraham
Chappel, Stark
Cockran, S C
Carlton,, McKien
Cannon, David
Curry, J H
Cleny, Henry
Chesser, Daniel
Chesser, E D
Cook, W J
Collins, W F
Coke., J S
Conly, Jim
Craig, R W
Craig, R

Chleney, Henry .
Colson, James A
Coleman, J
Yip, KC 1
.unts, yrus
Cheeves, W J
Capbles, Heny
Chesnut, J T
Colson, W G C
Cannon, D C
Crawford, J R
Cooney, Cis
Colson, W H Jr
Caison, GW
Carden, J W
Cutter, S
Carlton, A
Carlton, W T
Curry, Dan'l W
Cook, Peter
Crumpton, HAH
Chesser, Bather
Carter, W W
Cartwright, E
Copland, A
Colsing, W 0
Colson, C W B
Carvor, A J
Carmickle, J A
Crayton, M
Cataline, Stephen
Coleman, F M
Carter, Thos 1,
Cromwell, J D
Cuithbert, D H
Cruse, D M
Cox, W P
Cathcart, J P
Cheers, W P
Carew, E S
Clark, Thos W
Cale, Geo HI
Cellon, Charles

June 4th, 1878. J
Editors T!Ms
Who is your Cedar Key corrcspon-
dlent ? Tell us, do, and set the pub-
lic mind at rest. Is his name legioni,
or his alias's ? Inform us I beseech
you, for there is no telling when his
next spasmodic reportorial fit, will
seize upon him, .and When it does
there will be a Vesuvian eruption of
personalities and sarcasms in your
widely read columns.
It has been said "Oh that mine
enemy would write a book :" but
faith the gratification would be slight,:
did he shield himself behind such :z o
de plumes as '"Don Padro," First Reg-
ular, &c.
Our only chance against such ene-
mies, is exemplified in the t-cti-r pur-
sued by an old -coon, when lrieset by
a number of cur dogs. He throws
himself on his back, spins round like
a tcp, and snaps and scratches at ev-
ery thing in reach.
They do these things (newspaper
correspondents,) better in --
Bronson, and I certainly admire the
Bronsonian style of calling each oth-
er pet names, over their own patro-
nymics; for then, unlike the Irish-
man's festive flea, you can ptft your
finger on hitm and he's there.
Well Mr. Editor, if I am to write
you a letter, don't you think I had
better begin ? The next thing to con-
sider, is how to begin.
Perhaps, as a matter of general in-
terest, I should allude to the inauger-
ation on the*lst inst., of a rigorous
quarantine against all infected, or
presumably infected ports. Every
vessel entering fhis harbor, from no
matter where iMust dhahof, or wait,
at prescribed places until she has been
thoroughly inspected by the Port Phy-
sician, Dr. R. Y. H. Thomas, who is
fully empov'ered to make such dispo-
sition of her movemen.its as will insure
against e spra1T- ofdliseas. 'The,
enforceen:-tt of quarantine regulations
almost invariably occasions more or
l'.s complaint, and contention on the
pait of ship w.ries, more especially
the owners of steamn vessels. There is
no reason why this should be so on
the contrary, a cordial spirit of 6-
operjiation on their part, would tend
to lessen their liability to detention.
Again, some claim that they could
safely, and should be allowed a latf-
tude under the laws of the quarantine,
that would greatly facilitate their ves- -'
sells : perhaps they do not reflect, that
the regulations were and are for all
alike, and that to deviate would be to
establish a dangerous precedent. Your
correspondent feels assured, that no
effort will be spared to protect the
health of the port throughout the sum-
mner, and that all work harioniot-sly
for that end.
...Our little city is marching steadily
n war'c-J an,.J road of improve-
ment. New builditlgS-sp every hand,
testify to our prosperity.- foxyete,
though much laughed at, when first in'-
troduced, is no longer an experiment,'
but an assured success. It makes a
handsome, and apparently an ever-
lasting structure.
'Let file concrete go oh. We were
sadly disappointed at the failure to0
establish the mail route to Havana,
and still cling to the hope that-it may
be worked up.
The weather fbt a week past has
been unusually warm and dry.

The supply of ice gave 8ut last week,
our tempers got out of even tempera-
ture, and the fighting season seemed
to open in good earnest. Several ren-
contres occurred ; in one, Dave Moore
carved freely into the anatomy of Pat-
rick Walsh, giving him seven severe,
ugly gashes, each one narrowly esca-
ping being fatal. Moore escaped to
"Fish Bone." Another affray had
for its actors, a man of Law and rev-
erent years, and a disciple of Escula-
pius, also past the meridian of life.
The Law'd had no mercy on the Doc-
tor, and had to be pulled off.
I am sorryto chronicle the fact
that Dr. Geo. 'A..Penny has lost the
use of his left hand, from the wrist,
supposed to be the result of a Federal
bullet, that he has carried beneath his
shoulder for years. Otherwise his
health is good.
We are making arrangements for a



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._'ithr: T B Summers, W D
Scrammon, Dick Screen Joos
Spn'sms, Ben Stringfillow, B
Sylester, Francis Solon, P R
Sea&le, F V Snowden, P G
Spk man, D C Staunch, Wm
S~T~ir., A J .Sykes, Harry C
Snmith, Aaron Stupper, Roland
Sani.-rs, W A Stroble, D S
SibVllaBen Smith, R D
Sparl:niimn, Hairry Sanders, J )
Sanrhez. Z M Steele, J H
.rh, Welb..rn, Steele, Henry
S..hR, E C Y/ Sykes, SM
Scobt, P W Stevenson, Samuel
Sm I lwr.i. Reddins Slade, W R
.nTm.-~'l, I:..!iver. Smith, J N
SturAes, W R Summers, Win E
Stehens,'John R Stringfellow, R H
Sampson, Thomas, Sanders, J S
Sin lair, Buck Sanders, E N
, Sp kman, D A Stuart, J "N
Sanlers, M A Stutson, Ned
Shore, 11 W Stones, J T
Starke, George Smith, J M
Smi,-h, Samuel L Sparkman, S W
Shuford, J A Snowden, E L
Smith, Kennedy Sanchez, F X
Sunipter, George sharp J B T
Scdt, George W ,Vtrobte, D A
Shiers, Cornelius Stiller, Solomon
St&e, Long Summers, Lorenzo
Sparkman, J L Sparkman, D
Smith, J S Sykes, Josiah
Spirkman, J M Sutter, J W
Sp rkman, James W Seely, Joseph W
SmAth, E W, Sanderson, G W
Smith, George D Sanchez, E C F
Su:':nr-L, LA Sweat, Thos Tucker
Shermetzllo, Theodore
Ti on, Ta.s Thurmran,,1'B
T4ylor, Bamer Truitt, Jun',.
Te':Ich, Eli Thomas,/A R'
Tuckei, Elijah Tillman,"W D
Turner, W H Townsend, C
Turner, Wm Thorny, Jacob
Thompson, J D Tosley, S B
T-il r, Genetal Tuton, G W
Townsend, Noah Thiston, Morris
Turner, W J Thompson, M S
Thackarv, Abram Tomlin-on, G V
Say -renpral Jr Thigpen, W N
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Wo"olard, J T Wilson, 1 l 4
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Wiiams, J [ Widnor, Joseph
Wiliams, P W VhitslinJ T
Wrignt, S WV Wallace, S T
Weqfb, J B. Washington, Hash
Woqdard, R Williams, B S
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AVWilson, \V J
: Ward, G T
Winw' tl. Wilson, J N
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Wiley, J U
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Zetrover, John R Zctrouer, T W

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Jones, E J
Johns, J G
Jones, W C
Jones, Hermon
Jones, Alexander
Johnson, J H
Johnson, R M
Jones, M H
iJohilson, J F P
Johnson, Thos M
Jeffords, E A
Jordon, M B

One Square, first insertion .. 0$ oo
Fath subsequent insertion ... .. 5
Profssional and Business Cards not
over one square, fer annum. ... $1o 0
Allcards over one square . 15 oo
Special rates for all other advertisements.
.. ...4 square is eight lines of Brevier.

Jeffords, Jack
Junido, Robert
Jernigan, Jackson
Jacobs, R T
Johnson, W A
Johnson, Tell
Johnson, J'J
Jumper, Anthtny
Johns, Thomnas '
Johnson, W B, -
Jolhnson, WR
Jous, J --' "


Orderedt that the within list be published
in the Times for four (4) consecutive weeks.
By order Board County Commissioners.

Johnson, J D

King, Lewis
Keller, J M
Kennedy, T R
King, G S
Kowan, Alfred
King, John W
Kirkland, D B
Kennedy, Samuel

Lewis, Edward
Ley, Hall
Lamp, Joseph
Lee, John R.
Lyell, John
Love, Howard
Ley, Jno C

Marshall, Joseph,
Mixon, James J
Montgomery, G
Mahoney, J
Morrison, A M
Miller, Austin A
Miller, Thomas *
Massey, W R
Maqsey, 1- V
Mulraney, Joseph .
Mite, FEON
Mvyrs, O A
Miller, J M
Miller, M J
Morrison, H A
Morrison, Colunmbus
McRitight, Polydon
Mules, Arthur
Mast, Wm
Matthews, Gordan
McRae, W
McRae, Aron
MoRae, Peter
Mahemlen, Daniel
Mapp, Benjamin
Millsby, A C
Moseby, B Phil
McDonald, Julian
Morrison, C
McCarrol, Joseph
Mitchell, F M
Mercer, J C
Matthews, J E
Martin, W J
McDonald, J HI

Kilpatrick, Geo
Kennedy,.A L
Keller, Joseph
Kennedy, Jas M
Kennedy, J A
Kelton, Amos
King, P W N
Keliy, F H
Long,J V
Lowe, Sam'1 C
Lumpkins, B K
Little, Charles W
Little, Alex P
Loper, C
Lowman, Samuel

May 7th, 1878.
Adams, Benjamin Ashler, Elias
Adams, March Anderson, A E
Anderson, Jan'y Andrews, Ezekiel
Adams, Archer Aldrich, Anderson
Arbage, L C Amlin, Henry
Allifon, David Allen, Eugene
Adamson, Wmin Anderson,Timothy
Anderson, Limus Alexander J B
Allen, Jerry Ashbell, Elijah
Adamson, Duncan Abel, William
Arthur, Israel Adamson, Wm.
Anderson, John L Acree, John D
Arble, E Angie, Harry
Angie, Henry .Adkins, Jas B
Arnsdoff, John Alsteen, Sam'1l
Adams, Allen A Anderson, Nathan
Absteeno, John Adams, M H
Anderson, Sam'1 Adkins, E A
Anglise, Henry Aiken, Daniel
Andrews,. E

Bert, Edward Bryant, Wm B
Bohng, Thos Bishop,Th urlow
Bright, Dorsey Blacking, Jjs
leckman, Samis., Bradley, Thos
Beckman, Harry Bradley, Sam'1l
Beach, D C Baker, Lewis
Benton, J.M Bauknight, M P
Bennett, J F Boyer, Alex
o* nd, William Bell, Dick
Block,.Shaddock Bailey, G P
Burrett, Chas L Brown, Gray
Bradley, J V Bullard, John
SBunnell, James Brewster, Jacob
Beaseley, M R Brooks, Joseph
Beach, J L Bauknight, A L
Barnes,- Sam'1 T Branch, Sam'1l
Barnrey, W J Beal, John D
Brewer, Harry Boolerang, A
Bradley, WH Bernam, Toby
Bradley, O B Brafinan, J 0
Black, Charles Bryant, H W
Beckham, W J Beasely, B F
Burton, John S Blount, S M
Benjamin, A Birst, Harry
Boulw4re, G P. Branhing, Jno G
Budding, Geo Barstow, Abel
.. yce, George Boyd, Thomas
J.'B Bailey Matthew
^. ii -Barr, J B
ty, A G
.!4.. P0tw h, YD
:.- cEii.W'M : roofer, S C
"ra "i lV l, Z K. _
Bradley, Joseph Bafley, G K .
Barnshire, M Beagle, C B
Brannon, Henry Beard, J W-
Bevill, H S Blakely, W F
Benton, H N Bullock, N
Broome, John Bennett, E J
Bourke, CE Bevill, Z Jas
Beckham,-Dick Bethea, John H
Blount, W H Blake, Jerome
Blannan, R A.. Butler, Dean
Bishop, F. Birch. William
Brown, G R Berts, Calvin'
Bentley, Wm Belied,, Jerry
Bailey," John Beckham, R J
Barber, Calvin Bevill, F F
Bobo, George Bishop J W W_
Bennett, John Bladdick, S A
Brown, A J Barr, W P
Barker, Elisha Barr, James
Bishop, G M Beach, James L
Blount, T M Beach, Augustus
Blair, Ben Bell, W C
Brown, W H Boon, W C
.Brwn,. SS Bachker, Isidore
Barr, R Bryan, J H.
Browning, John Brosper, George
-Barnes, R C Bailey, E C
Brown, Nelson Barnes, Jas I C
Thrown, Timothy B1rocker, B F
B evill, W C. Beck, WH
]ohnham, W S Bixly, J C
Bailey, Fortune Blitch,. J J
Bull, Peter Barnes, J E C.
Burse, Harry F Bunn, Wm "
Batten, Peter Blue, F W
B acon, Spenedir Blair, E A "
Blake, George Blake, Geo W
.Bird; A:C Bevill, P
\ Bishop; Jkreim"M* Boon, j ...
Bird, Daniel J Bradford; W M
Blackman, John' -


Davis, Milton Dennis, James
Dickenson, Henry Davis, D S
Dennis, Bryson Davis, James A
Downing, W H Davidson, A J
Denmark, W H Doctors, Joshua
Dyall, ChristopherDavis, Conga
DuBose, D S Daly, Emanuel
Dean, Moses Dumas, Covington
Davis, James A Dolton, Samuel
Donelly, David Dartmote, D S
Daniels, Tidwell Dake, S M
Dennison, H Durem, J W
Dixon, V D Darby, P
Dacorcy, Chas Davidson, W J
Dubose, W E Digger, Edward
Drnmrnky f M Dennis, L G _-
Dickinson;oiJ-C Dennison, D C
Dean, Jno O Dalton, Wm C
Dean, Jcsse A Douigherty, J' o N
Dennis, Lemuel Dinkins, Wm J
Douglas, D G Dougherty, R F


McCallum, A R
Matheson, W A
Miller, W P
Massey, S C
Millsby, J A
Mitchell, Theodore'
Morris, 0 D '..
Moore, P James
Martin, Rolbert M
Mercer, C C
Maisey, WR "
Meany, C W
Munsin, 1-1 A -
Mensis, A frrd -
Mathew.-, V' E E
Mills, J 1 ..
Martin, J..s B ::.
M.11er, Sim.n .i
Madis.on -h,. 7-.S
Miller, WV L -'
Munger, I i' I-.
Miller, R P ,
McDonell, M J -.
Maxwell, Moes ,*?
McAffee, J C '"
Massey, John ^--iQ
Mill,, Perry J e.-.,
Miller, Austin A.'." ,'
Miller, FA
.Morrison, CJ j -
Morrison, H H .-'4'.: ^ ;
Morriso n, 1 n gu1 ...-
Mosley, Geo N --,.*'-
McCone, J I1 :*'
Munden, Isaac ...

Nells, Wm ',-'
Ned James .
Nells, Charles :'-'
Neal, Christmas s;.-

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Ennis, Wm
Edefield, A
Eckles, Polydore
Ennis, Columbus
Ellis, J B
Ellis, W B
Ensmoseyer, F
Ennis, Andrew
Ennis, J H
English, Preston
Everet. J L I

Everett, Solomon
Everett, J W
Evans, W B
Eastman, John C
Easterling, F F
Emart, Marcus
Enso, Joseph
Ensemeringer, T
Earle, Beriy
Errickson, J A
Errickson, G A

,Respectfully yours, *
Sheriff Levy county.

Floyd, R M Fields, J W
Franzoit, A G Farguay, L W
Finley, J M Farrell, S C
Fabell, James Fulk, Fago
Furgerson, J D Fitzgerald, R
Fryermouth, D Farnback, Joseph
Ford, Gray Floyd, Caleb
Field, Papley Frasier, C S
Fareless, John Filmore, H W
Fuller, A W Furgeson, W L
Fair, Isham Farmer, James M
Friess, W Ferreira, W G
Govern ewis Gaskins, S V
Gibson, Frai _A Fkins S F
Gibbott, George Gas-ton, rTrpe
GuO.-son-A J Gunch, Trueman
Gilbert, Edm'd GCarvin, Henry
Graham, B Gahnett, Samuel
Graddick, Henry'Gaines, J F
Gamage, Jerry Geiger, Piiuy
Gaile, Adam Griffin, J J
Garcon, J M Garvin, \Vm
Giles, John Gwin, Leonard,
Graddick, E Gaskins, G
Grimes, Richard Gay, Jerry
Garrison, Jesse Gamble, Simon
Gee, Charles Grimes, W S
Green, H R Geiger, H C
Gladson, Reuben Gibbons, AC /
Gay, E F Gibbons, John
Glase, Philonly Gray, J F
Galliger, P A Grady, W D

Norman, Forday
Nance, Alfred
Nelson, General
Newman, G P

STATE OF FfORIDA, Personally appeared"
County of Levy-.' before me, Clerk Cir-
cuit Court, in and for Levy County, B. B. .
Barco, who being.duly sworn, says that he
has read the above statement made by H. P.
Jackson, Sheriffqfevy county, and that said
.,ateiment is correct, to the best of his knowl-
edge. :- *. .
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
June 3d, 1878.
,wA E3 iv. B.ARCO, :*" *-
-"-' Levy Co. Fi^ __ -.--i3 .ARCO.

lIc.AolV, FLA., June 5, '78.
Ei/,ors anlesvillke ,Times :
In order that none of our friends
lite 1s, may be imposed upon, I de-
sire to. call the attention of your'
readers.to one noted temperance lec "_
turer, who visited our village on the
night of the 3d of May. We do not
refuse to receive or listen to the ad-
vice of good men, but' the character
of all men as he, (the temperance
man) who we. hear delivered an ad-
dress in your town' also, should re-
ceive the cold shoulder of every one
with whom he meets. So far as his'
lecture is concerned, it was indeed .
a poor thing, and the character of the
man was so: prominent that he even
tried to escape without paying foir
his supper arid lodging-tried to im-
pose his expenses off.on our much be-
loved Pastor, Mr. Partridge, who wa'
insulted by him before he could.get
rid of hinm. Hfe claimed to "be armis-
sionary. May he not succeed in min-
istering to any in out fair State as he
tried to minister to us.
I have forgotten his name or who
he called himself, but I hliopl)e you will
learn it and insert, so that no one may
be imposed upon. by him.
Ver IV,.
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Nelson, J J

OrmandA Osteen,.O ()II
O'Neal, J W Owens, S M
Osteen, C H1, Overby, Wm ,
Overstrus, A H Ormand, J ----.
Oadem, Samuel Om.0 IR
Oakley, Simon rmand, M IH1
Oliver, J M ,ve- Overstreet, J C
x*" Overstreet, A H

Payne, Harry Porter, Bush
Peterson, Eli Ployer, Frank
Pooser, A W Pender, Cornelias
Prolong, Adam Parish, E
Pendarvis, James Priest, A H
Pendarvis; R J Prescott, S P
Pooser, E R ,-.Perry, Abe
Pacey, Marshall T4.acock, J W
Paulding, S Pannott, Simon
Praise, Columbus- Penn, Franklin
Pother, Ottaway Parish, Stephen
Peeler, John Parker, B ,F
Pussy, Ben Perry, Harry
Parked,. C T Pryton, Israel
Pendarvis, Allen Priest, Wm
Prance, W K Pooser, Emerson
Parish, C Pooser, Frank
Pacry, Wm Peeler, R D
Pearce,. James S Pooser, Emanuel
Parkes, Louis Pooser, Willis
Perry, Raymond Paulding, F
Pettit, Mitchell Pake, Adam
Peoples, Ben Penny, H J
Power, Nelson Peters, Cato
Pearveh, J D Pell, H W
Perdam, W C Parker, 0 II
Powell, G C Peacock, J W, jr,
Pardee, Vm Peacock, J J
Panter, Match YPerry, J F
Poe, W W 'Perry, Jake
Planker, Ben Phillips, D N
Perry, WS Phillips, JD
Pardee, Wm S
Quailes, Jerry

Harper, Monroe
Harris, Paddy
Hussy, S A
Harris, Jacob
Holder, .o R
Huggins, W C
Huggins, G S M
Hewetts John M
Hewett, Jackson
Hart, Peter
Harley, Henry .
Hagon, James HI
Higgins, C B O0
Hennis, Robert R
Hariis, R W
Hall, W H ,
Hart, George'"
Hewey, Ben,
Hennis, D CG
THaile, Mills' .
Hawthorn, W S-
i;arblone, George

Hanson, Lucious
Hornsly, E C
Hutchinson, Levi
. Holsendorff, Thos
Hines, Cicero
Hathcock, Wm C
Hunt, E C
Hall, Wm G
Hawthorn, J M
Holder, John
Henry, David
Henry, Isaac
Harneswrith, B C
Hogan, T J
Haile, James M
Hodge, W J
Hobbs, Lewis
Haines,.F M,
Hunt, J' T,
Harris, F S
H-unter, Robt B

Di? N Us, Ns, t,
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I HATS, &c., &c.
Cquqtry produce bo-ight. Shipments
madt on commission.
64-3M Bronson, Fla.

-. f. TINSLEY,
Prc al Watch-Maker and Jeweller,
*. "Ginesville, Florida.
A LL work v i-ai ranited to: gi,.: 'ti factii.n,
M or money relunded. \V.atchicis that
have beesl injured by inexi, ,ieC1 r:d \v._:k-
,'ii.A specialty. 23-tf.

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Rivers, Mitchell
Roberts, W R
Richards, Oscar
R'Agon, Y P,
Richards, d Z'
Richards, J-T
Rankin, T J
Roukemnan, Geo
Rawls,. Cadmus,
Roundtree, Isaac

Ramsey, Wmn
Ridloy, Edmond
Roux, M H
*Robinson, A
Rivers, A'S'
Rivers, J J
Rooker, D F
Reeves, James B'
Roland LP
Ramsey, John M


T' H E T I M E S.

Gainesville, Fla., June 12, 1878.




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0 1 g a r s a n To bacco


Office with Judge Goss. 94-6m,

Attention, DMckerson Guards.
"You will meet at Sugar Foo' Prairie the
last Soitr.'l v in this month, to drill aud ar-
range for a barbecue on the 4th of July.
3By command
S. C. TUC KER, Capt. '
M. B. IIARM-:.N, Oid.rly Serg't. !
La 0r aM V :.
A large ont-".'dL..J stck of R,iyal Cook
and Conco->.I (f'':*.-* n..I jj'iit.- ei 'ed ai.,lc i

sale ve ce p .I '.
sale very cl 1 .1).LLLit .It"( l' S. #.t/
,' .i
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or the meth,:...: ,_,-f I-u,.ning ount gk dies aftel
death, created s.,,. eli tle tir in thi hs comm,,1l.
but met wi:h but little faz'vor. Sho d>. tlln-
become acu.tni-, we ad se- ll l ickl finl
who may be rC L'tc.t1 withh any chronic. I vinal'C
com plaint, ,, |:ro.ic i c l-n:.Ili-h I'eIII.de ] til -
and claim a n:-.. ka-e up...n ti r I \\ .

Qi Lr,', :--*.Why will mnfy smokconmnon
t,.,l...:.:o, v.,i>n tlihey can hu11 'M'ar ur lBros.
'zS..t /, .\ .' '1 (/ c.'m 'a,"at 'hu asa price ?"
rLn. l -1 92.ty
..o' ,H !
E- 6 .-. le,..
For Sle!
.A\ i:n W. on a-y te;ms. dresss,
W. J. EpitsoNv
6%aa, 1: a.
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Abie Flour-Ce locate. ,
I have us-ed the Ajile flour taild by Thomp.-
son & Falk, and tind it to be a superior ar-.
1.ife. .C- UNTLLY.
Gainesvilre, Fla., lMal It,

Mrs-. TiiOMIPSON & FALK ; i',
6i" i'. 1,'-I havt used yAu Abie Flour,
an..d ln.l it t, v I all voniu claim for it.
SR. C. McC.\tLI.
;.\'INES\l L ,Fy..,
N I., S.78. )
I h. -I.. .n u- n. t Le Abie., F'lou- s'l,.I b,
..--.. "Tl I.nI I & F.ilk, and finad it to -e ,,fa.
sui.-crior .-pAaly. VA iREV: HR.taL.

C \NFsvsn.LE'Fl.A., .
May' 8th '1878. j
M l-s. Tll,' I,.,N & FAI.K;' 5 .- -
t;,:nI, ,i nm~ : ..":j -, ,. .-;
I hayn:-rieIl y.-,tir Flour branded "Abie,"
and m, ,t -a'y it ',: ne up to'all"e)e prctati-ins
I c'-n r.e.:,,nur, e ,I' it t_) all families who del iiec
;:-'\\ .'elt and lite bread.' .^^*j.
}'our. Truly.' i .
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Ti, is ,t certify that 1 hAve us _ Abie"
flour -,.I,.I Iby Thompson- ari.. F."I take
lc.- re in "com ndit ji tS.erior


Tallahassee, Mhy 16, S08. J
ALL holders of Comptroller's Warrants,
commonly known as "Greenback Scrip/ are
requested to present the same atnf this office for
examination by the Commission provided by
Chapter 2081, of the Laws of Florida, (p. p.
19-20, Acts 1877.)
Collectors of Revenue have been instructed
not to receive such warrants for taxes fte-i
July i, 1878, unless they have been examihe'd
and approved by the Commission provided
by the law above referred to.
WALTER GWYNN, Treasurer.
June 5, x878-Ioo-2w

The Georgia editors are still chuck-.
ling over ff& good't: me they had at
the Press Convention. "
Ed Hamtpon ffIe Gainesville (Fla.,)
Times, requires the "printer's fee"
when he publishes a marriage notice.
And we don't know but he is a good
long'vays right.- Valdoata Times.
According to the Gaze/;e, Pensacola
-.ad greencorn before the ist of May.
The Valdosta Times is responsible
for this anomoly:
A muff-A thing that holdsa young
lady's hand without squeezing it.
Indiana farmers are planing arti-
chokes, and Texas horse thieves are
receiving hearty chokes. Perhaps
they will appreciate this hearty joke.
- Cincinnati Star.
The Express states that Fernandi-
na is very healthy,'and several Jack-
sonvile familiesp>ropose to spend the
summer there.
, Mr. A. Daughter informs us that
his wheat yielded a full half crop (Ten-
nessee yield).-- He was engaged ele-
ven d "'lI in '-ttintr--ntqt' hivincr two
codes, a tatgapthered'as.fineacrop
of rey as he. ever"t saw grow.-Lake
City Reportae.
Central Florida Agricultural and In-
dustrial Fair Association.
Pursuant to a call of the Central As-
sociation,a number of gentlemen con-
vened at the Court House, on the 6th
inst, for the purpose of organizing a
similar association under the General
Incorporation Act, which was done by
each gentleman subscribing a number
of shares and adopting articles of incor-
poration. After which the officers
were chosen. It is fair to say that the
call was not observed or impressed on
the minds of many of our active cit-
izens.who otherwise would have been
present, and consequently competition
for the various places of honor in, the
temporary organization was not s)
sharp as is frequently the case on such
.occasions. The following officers were
unanimously elected, to. hold their
offices until the first Monday in Sep-
tember next'*
Thos. 3F. :i;,, President.
J. B. 'ro_711, Vice-President.
JD I'-Iheson, Treasurer.
D. S. 3ace, Secreuary.
The following gentlemen, together
with the foregoing named officers,
were chosen asa Board of Diretors:
T. E.- Dodd, Dr.- W. H-I-,raey,,
Maj. H. Elliot, Dr. J. T. McMillan,
O. A. Myers, J. H. Roper, and
L. A. Barnes.
On motion it was ordered that J. E.
Dodd be appointed a Special Caiavass-
er to secure subscriptions to the cap-
ital stock. Also, that a committee of
cne or more be appointed in each pre-
cinct of this county, and such other
places as the President may think ad-
visable for the same purpose.
n motion, it was crdred that a
committee be appointed to draft By-
Laws for the government of the As-
sociation, to report at the next meet-
ing. Said committees areJ. E. Dodd,
XO. A. Myers and Dr. j. T. McMillan.-
On motion, it Was ordered that a
-Farmer's Fair Festival be held at
Cromwell's Spring, near Gainesville,
ou the 28th of June inst; and the fpl-
IrOwjng General Committee of ladies
was appointed to secure as large an
attendance as possible, from their ra-
spective localities:
Micanopy-Mrs J J Barr, Mrs Albert Acee.
Archer--Mrs Frank Winecoff, Mrs W B Lip-
sey, Mrs Jrmes Williams. Prospect-Mrs Jas
Markee, Mrs W M Blitch. Fairb n g.
J M Sparkman, Miss Dueean" Santa- Fe
Lake-S--Mrs Bi g-, the Misses Earle.-
Mornj^' iIl--Mrs Hawthorn, Mrs Calvin
,"Waits. Orange Creek-Miss Annie Hunter,
Mrs A I Johnson Newnansville-Mrs A
Htague, Mr-, Dr Smoke, Mrs Dr-Williams,
Mrs Dr Furguson, Mrs J B Dell, Mrs George
W Boston. King's Settlement-Mrs Henry
Parker. Gordon-The Misses Doane, Mrs
Bennett. Arredondo-Mrs S C Tucker, Miss

Miunie Burke, Mrs CP Perry. Banana-Miss
Alice McRae. Melrose-Mis Madge Lander.
W\Valdo-Mrs Dr Perry, Miss H J Pettif, Mrs
S J Kennard. G-inesville-Mrs. McCuen,
Mrs Dr landn, Mrs F Foster, Mrs Joseph
BIakeMrs FX Miller, Mrs J R Bevill.
Others may be appointed at the will of the
Liver is Kinbg.
The liver is the imperial organ of the whole
human system, as it controls the life, health and
happiness of man. When it is disturbed in its
proper action, all kinds of ailments are the natu.
ral result. The digestion of food, the move.
ments of the heart and blood, the action of the
brain and nervous system, are all immediately
connected with the workings of the liver. II
has been successfully proved that Green's Au.
gust Flower is unequalled in curing all per-
sons afflicted with Dyspepsia or Liver Com-
plaint, and all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of the Liv-
er and Stomach. Sample bottles to try, c
cents. Positively sold in all towns on the
Western Continent. Three doses will 'prove
that it is just what you want. For sale b)
McMillan & Miller.
A B!,i6zing to Mothers.
There will b. n, necessity for mothers leav-
ing the co:t-iforts of home, with their sick ba
bies, this suimner, if they will give Dr. Mof
fett's Teethii.a '(Teething Powders.) Tee
thin will regulate the bowels and make teeth
ing easy. It cures Cholera Infantum and the
summer complaints of children, heals erup
tions and sores, removes and prevents the
formation of worms. J. P. Dromgoole and
Sons, sole agents.
For Sale!
A marc and '( Apply at this office



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Call for a Convention of the Second
Congressional District.
A convention, composed of-delegates from-
the different counli' -f the second congres-
stonal dis'ict of "lorida, will convene at
- Pala.ka, on Thui i-.I.iyilth.' 5th day of July
* rext, at 12 o'clock m., to nominAc a candi-
date for election to the, Forty-sixth Congress
of the United States Am said district, and
to transact such otlher-btineis as may come
beforeit. Each co.unt';.\..ill be entitled to
S one delegate for eachf 'oe hundred "1)emo-
Scratic vote; pcst-T.. te last election.
The couyntyDemocratic committees through-
S. oul thq districEivill adopt such measures as
' I, .r6 necessary to elect -uit.,L1e delegates to
the co.,venfion from their respective counties,
and 'to secure thorough organization prepara-
tory to the'approaching.c.mnvass, 1
By directionDf the I)emncriilic Executive
Committee for the Sccu.i,'i Congressidonal Dis-
trict of*Florida. ,
SJ. J. D.% EI, .
Chaniman.* '
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County Surveyor,

Can be found in his office every Satutday,
and whenever not engaged in field work.
Office back room over Matheson & Co's.
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JaCksonvlell., Ju1Ie <, 1 /0.
The Investigating Committee.

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The sub.-committee appointed by
the House of Representatives, to in-
vestigate the Florida frauds, com-
rhended w o r k in Jacksonville on
Wednesday, the 5th inst. The com-
mittee is composed of Hons. Eppa
Hunton of Virginia, Springer of Illi-
nois, and Hiscock of New York. The
committee inquired into the Baker
county frauds on Thursday, Allen,
Green and Driggers, being the wit-
nesses. The testimony showed how
a Democratic majority was "changed
into a Republican majority by these
"left politicians. On Friday, Secre-
tetary of State Bloxham, Attorney
General Raney and" Hon. S. Pasco,
Chairman of the Democratic State
Executive Committee, were each ex-
amined. Gov. Bloxham exhibited
the different election returns and.sta-
ted that he had never had any tele-
graphic communication with Hewitt,
and had never sent any cipher tele-
: ramr?.
Mr. Pasco gave certain testimony
-_.in regard to the canvass at T411ahas-,
see, and stated that he had never'sent
any cipher telegrams. Mr. Raney
testified that he was one of the coun-
sel for the Democratic party be-
fore the returningboard, did not send
any cipher dispathces. He had tele-
graphed Hcwitt for "material aid,"
and explained that the "material aid',
was to be used in sending agents to
Small partsof the State to bring in the
returns,, as there had been delay in
receiving them.
Several't.cipher dispatchl, signed
i '* mav,, 'Fox," .,r-!Tre-lhtrwi, as
used between southern and Ndrthern
Seni tors-, but no one could read them.
McLin, Judge Cocke, Alonzo Fow-
le- ., J. A. Carlisle and others, were ex,
am- Bninedby the Committee.

W-le The letter of R. F. Taylor
Esq., recently published, is cited by
Dr. Thomas, as evidence of what oc-
curred between himself and Mr. Cu-
vellier of the Conservative Monitor.
S As Mr. Taylor's letter is in effect,
nothing but a personal explanation e
relations to the two n s and
the and' s not contradict
any statements heretofore published
in the TIMES, we hae hv no comments
to make upon it.

We learn that the friends of Hon.
William Archer Cocke, throughout
the State, will bring him forward as a
candidate for the U. S. Senate, when
the legislature meets.


Wolld respectfitl atmiounce to tCD0, Tpub,.
that thte hdvte it oiene4f;.- ,r
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in the Earn.,' brick building, and are noo
prepared to execute first-class work. Copy.
ing a specially. A full assortment of Florid:
views kept on hand. 72-tf


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Cedar Kefst Flar.

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Pleasantly and fast, agents should address
FINI.EY, HARVEY & CO, Atlanta, Ga.

^> K man
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o O O boo o ,M A,." AI. WIrEELOCK, .. P-.-
oo o o o00 n n o o o- o .

d Uin 4Vw5od siie ith e t'l-eR t' f l OI -
peelvedndforsle sporig-tuoy -FII Na HA.i. )
tu the maret; terati'e .,&p
V J Sts tenreul y n rhei. .h'gg v
peir d oay f Mr tran. ient Iar'd.

-- --- -. -.-7 -- Notice,
IN CIRClrr ca r .C \i\ i i '
'1 5rn ImN', r5 oF1 1i 0I I *' I
received and for Ie a niew spring stock of FLORI\, IN cH A Ir. ) .
I[n the mattltrof the
petition of Alarga.
ret ]. lailey, a Or,, r, t L .e,
charge of& manage
her own ex'ate.
ie albove cause having been referred It. a
N M iter in Chancery ,,f tLhbi, Couirt i l t; k
tstinimo-iy &c", and the said Ma+t-:r thavin".
+ ,* in-'de his report'tn favor of the-p r rr-Ff- c1 -
\ \N"D petition, and the Court being satinskd that Jl
Sthe requirements f the law in al .- ei, n e
been complied itlh. and as to the a 11i If 'f
the applicant tomanage herwn eitole. It i-
LOHIN .I therefore ordered, and decreed lhat the appli-
cant Margaret R. Bailey be, and she is hereby
S Lo H I N G *licensed and empowered totake charg -ol aild
to mantaage and control her o.wn estate; to sue
1ADIES AND GENTS and be sued; to contract and tohbe contracted
with; and to do all things ncte"sary to the
complete management of her own estate -as -.
T f' f >ft 3 C Xj B TJ C-fully as though she were twenty 6fte yar m'-6((a*-:
-1- 17 II l ,, U JIl D age, provided this order be lis.,u.?^d -
I: b Mid SHO 0E 8 ;:,nmr
S .. .once a week for four sUrc E
some news paper of this'ta^ fik:
) A FINE LOT OF STAPLE AND FANCY Chambers this_,6lhofl '

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T A. -T T-. T M ODOC "

LL persons in.-L.tte. t. th t :ate of II.
C. Eddins dec-:..ed-, -14' of Alachu.i
county Florida, are hereby vrejtred to come
forward and make .?,tlmci'rit of tl'c s-ame ap,1
all those having c!i ,., ag.-i'. t sa. 1 etat,-S-.
will present them to the i.,ler 'gn du!) T-.-
thcnticated, within the tire r. ;r' .Led by i1-
or this notice will be plead i: L. .1 again,-. ;h. :
I'l .-'r r a1orni 11 ., ct,
\1 s :< o, .'.
J-ine ,a, 878.

B ', \:rtu, a of I ...,'.l r ri-n'.-..to rm e i s nt.i
minsnatiri.\>-. tl" ,--t ,i_ ,.," M .L Dei' r;er de,,
by tlie II.n. I. U'. (;.Gi..incr U u( uy Judge ol
Alachna (.'Outiw.%, I will sell be ,ore the Court
Hou..e dc-or in to,%%n o1:,' Gaine-'ille, on Satur-
day the 22nd inst, the foll,.,\ iig rsonal prop-
erty tow it: One -)i ,at g B:, and one lot
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June 12th, 1878.




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WILL make the season at Gainesville and
Battonville, as follows:
At Gatiesville every alternate two -weeks,
commencing July 2d 1877, and at Battonville
during the balance of the time.
Terms $15 to Insure.
MODOC is a beautiful sorrel, of fine form,
*power, home and action, by Col. Fairfax'i
Conductor, he by Engineer, by Revenue out
of Nina, by Boston, Nina's Dam, Imp. Frol-
icsome Fanny, by Lottery. First dam, Kitty
Clover, by Whirlwind, he by Tempest out of
Ann Barrow, by Virginian Second danm by
Ametican Eclipse out of a thoroughbred
mare, he out of Miller's Davghter by Imp.
.Messenger. Third dam by T e'lnpi-t 6ut of a
thorough-bred mare, he by Imp. Trustee out
of Jannette (own sister tu Sir Charles) by Sir
Archey. Fourth dam, a thorough bred mare
by Tom Tough, son of Imp. Dragon, he out
of the incomparable Fairy (Ariadne) by Imp.
Bebford, her dam, Imp, Mambyina, b Mam-
brino. Enquire of ... ""
And R. H. BTURR, ,Baalo0 ,le. 52-6m

Final Discharge.
IX months after the first publica-
tion of this notice, I, as adminis-
trator of the estate of R. H. Wilson
dec'd, ate oto Alachua county, will
present my accounts and vouchers tq\
the Hon. J. C. Gardner, Judge of the
County Court, and ask to be dis-
charged from further administration.
upon said estate.
P. l. W.ILSG o,
Feb. 6. 83-6% A .dnilistitior.


Mr. J. 0. Whitney, editor of the
St. Augustine .Press, died in New
York last week, of injuries acciden-
tally received! sometime ago. Mr.
Whitney succeeded his father as edi-
itor and proprietor .of the Press some
time ago, and was only 25 years old
at his death. ;
Peace has been restored in Cuba,
with the exception of the slight re-
sistance still made by a few bands of
John Sherman is likely to be im-


Barnes' new brick building.

BETI^"- business you can engage in.
1E) ST ., S5 to'$20 per day made by any
worker of either sex, right in their own locali-
ties. Particulars and samples worth $5 free.
improve your spare time at this business,
Adldre.s STINSON & Co., Portland, Maine,.

New hrick building, south side Square,
A Word to the Public.
A\_ m\ 1.u ,;nedi -- Mr/y-L^W'ing, I
final it imnp,--ibl. to "goit-.'one," and have
as- -ciated ith me Dr. Seiler, to as,,sist me.
The I.... i-r a thorough _radiate of Bal-.
tim ,., t-_.llc. and i. toiienireh in the pro-
fe'.in of l l.c)f ti-try. \W e wHI start a team
that u ill attcn.1 all call, far and near.
'l-vank. tu, the public fur past patronage
an.l hope t. in,.ti .a cuwo inturace of the same
iii tlhe future. J. 1'. CRMWEL.L.
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By Telegraph.

Senator Matthews has been subpce-
nae-l to appear before the Investiga-
ting Committee at Washington.
The Democrats'elected a majority
of the legislature in Oregon, which
will secure the election of another
Democratic Senator.,
t.)rc.,on wa: m(,on iilcred a doubtfitul

JAMES A. MASON, Proprietor.
Having recently fitted up the above house, I
am now prepared to accommnoate all, who
may git e me a call. Table fiTst-class, and
terms moderate. 37 tf


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Farm her's H-uris e,

G. W. FORD, PIprietor.
Travelers passing through Balddi*wi llfini
it to their advantage to give this boluse a tri-l
Terms, 2.oo per d(lay%| Soceftameal.-, .
, Dec, I.cr S,:l877. 74.tf ,
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Not.ce to Debtors and Cred-



B 0 O


R. H. McIlvaine,

January 16th, 1878. -

For SaVi
of land 3 miles wesa of Gai
A. G. & \V. I. T. Railroad, nr
All hammock; 60 acres of it
der calivation, adapted to CO
orange or vegetables. Will
or in larger tracts. Also o
town of Gaine.ville. Addre
67- f Ga


Sk-R,A T E.
<-' 80o-tf
I ..
Vpesmille on the
,-r Biven'r, Arm.
,cleared and 1un-11-
li hvt <:ion of the
ill in 5-acre kits
-acre lots in the
inesville, Fla.

50 Bbls. -Choice Family Flour




IS hereby gien, that six-.months after date,
L. shall apply to the judge- of Probate of
Alachua county, Florida, for a discharge as
administrator of the estate of F. B. Palmer,
deceased. R.. A.. PECK,
71-6m Admi'r.

WatO6melAti0 Plentiful.

Gainesville, Florida.-

Office over Matheson & Co's store, i-ly.
"-"--=-^ z:,T'*T aLER,
A T L A W.
Office with Judge King. 69-tf ..


Prompt attention given to all rast-
ed to my care. -7 I -tf..'

SjE-s f H. GOS9,
Gainesville, Fla4,
Office one door east of PostOffice. .

0. A. MYERS,

.. .. -
... *,f < ty

Gainidle, tFloida.
i v "\ I' f-1

Special attention n given to collections, and
business ift:the Land office. I-ly
G. P. & R.Y. H.THOMAS,-


Beef! Beef!! Beef!!
W. H. H. FOLK.


The streets ate being worked.
The farmers complain of too mich rain:
Some of our citizens are clamoring for a dog
law v
Full stock of new goods at Mrs; F. X. Mil.
Does the council intend to have a general
cleaning up of backyards &c ?
Full line of ia'tlies' dress goods at Lrs. F.
SX`' miller's.
Mr. J. A. Carlisle returned frum Jack
sbnville yesterday.
A full line of gents' goods at F. X. Mil-
Mr. S. J. Kbmnnard of Waldo, shipped bon
yesterday, three boxes of peaches to Savan-
nah, and three to Charleston.
Don't fail to call and examine Mis. F. X.
i miller's stock of millinery and dress goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
The first car-load of water melons Was
shipped on Wednesday from Orange City, by
Mess. Johnson & Roberts.
__ .Mirs. F. X, Miller nuw offers a fihe assort-
__ I i e 1.
e- nrt'of ladles', gent's and ildren's shoes
at the lowest figures. :
Mr. P. M. Oliver is doing an excellent veg-
etable business--all his own production. He
S" keeps the finest tomatoes we have ever seen.
F. X. Miller has the best lot of pocket cut-
lery in the market. Prices range from 75
cents to $2.50.
The little son of Mr. J..R, Flewelan of Ar-
redondo, was bitten'by a rattlesnake on last
Colored Hamburg edging at I2Y to.20 cts
per yard, at Mrs. F, X. Miller's.
We'have heard that Mr. J. J. Barr, of Mic-
'anopy, early i, the season, receive. I 5ro per.
..r..' late, for ten.crates of cucumbers. This is
something Letter thanoranges.
S Kid gloves at 50 cents to $1.50 per pair, at
U rra. F.X. Miller's.
Singer SewiriglMnclhine Oil at io and 1-5
-cents per bottle, for sale at Mrs. F. X. Miller's.
If you want some. cheap canned fruits, veg-
:!. I -, and'meats, go to Bryant & Co's.
/ Tlih.ei yeba will find orange marmalad: aL.
SOur city needs better police j. .-
ir;inqg pne night of the prccnt week, the
A:l', hoe square Was in an uproar for two or
,.-e t.iceid quiet ci.zenia. the. vicitiy,

.rC -,aes g.t al:,
.s .^at -;-F. X. &i -,r'.. at 30 ccnf,
": /:: "' ,-:-" ."- .--
SP.".. ."*.:g - ,~..jf '.? ':. 3 ... :.* ..*. -. ..
Mr. John I,..,v i ,..,ired and newly fit
.. d up the stable; f)rmicirly conducted by his
fath-'r, and has comnehced the livery and sale
st'Jle buin.es
Mrs. F. X. Miller has j It feeved a new
stock of ladies leg horn hats, and re,-iue-,ts her
patrons to call and examine: icin t fGre pur-
rcha-ing el-.ehere.
"Mr. W. K. Cmsni has ship.el .o crates.
Of tonmatoes thiqde..,n 01" of a q11rtcr of an
ncre of lan.-I. and %-ill probal,iy -hip several
n Iditi-i nal crates frmi tlihe sri-te pa.chi in a
e.v (.y<.
QuO.P.v.--'Wh,- %1'! peol e ea1t pr.I11 i.-,ad
wheni thcy can 1.,,y --.\l.i" 11-,ur fur il' per
Lbarrel at Tlhcr m..n nnd Fi-l-'s.-
.Mrs. F. X. Miller invites the s;ccial attend
tinn of the ladies to a handime as,-srtmen!
of dress goods, consistiug in pa.'t of ladies'
buntings, riques at lonii 12_.' ce;nts per yard,
muslius- at to, I2''e and 15 cents per yard,
V Victoria lawns at 12};*, 1-3 and 20 *ents per
yard, and cambric calicos.
Mr. VWilliam Bryant, the energetic herd of
th im fByat&Co., is offering special
inl< | i olumns.
There is"no humbug a
are genuine "n every respect. The du.' f'm
make a fall in prices, necessary.
Economist oil stoves for sale at chea.-.est
rates, at D. H.Carn & Co's. 1
Notice G.W.Sp rkman's new ad vertisemett
t a this issue. Mr. Sparkman by a judicious use
of printer's ink, has built up a large trade and
a ain comes to the front and invites an exam-
liation of his large and assorted stock of mer-
chandise. Call and see him.

HARNESS & SAbbL9 SH1101;

Harness and Saddle Maker,


From $-3.o6d anid iipward.
From" $60.06 and. upward.
And eveiytrig titually kept in a. first-class'
Furniture Store, at prices to defy distant com-
petition. Being practical

our labor is put in our goods.
Ware-room next door to G. K. Broome. 5 -5
Final Discharge. -
SI X months from the first publication of tbi.
notice, I as Executor of the estate of Wi; ..
W. Lewis dec'd, late of Alacbya County,. w .
present my accounts and vouchers to the Hi4x-'
J. C. Gardner, Judgq of the Cofnty, Court ato w
ask to be dischaiged from furthef-ldministn ,
tion upon said Estate. -- -
,p.r "pi. S-LAN .-- ,
,)i.6* his Atct y .n fact. ; i
-5":v' ,:- ': ^ & o

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~~LAW OFItFi'E..-

Six car-loads of water mlons vi cre shipped
from Orangce City this morning.
Three thousand nine urdred and seventy
one crates of vegetables were shipped front,
Arredondo to-day.
Col. M. W. Downie, the popular proprietor
of the Mansion House, Fernandina, will enter-
tain guests during the Summer months at the
rate of $9,& peir week, and during the base
ball match between the Gainesville and F:rn-
andina clubs, oft the l9th inst., guests will be
cared for at $1.50 per day. The Col. keeps an
excellent house, well furnished and comfort-
able. Any one .Vijjiing Ferpahdina, can not
,.do, better than to put up at the Mansion
Fourth of July Celebration'
The citizens of Arredondo and vicinity, are
preparingng to celebrate the "glorious fourth" in
grand style. There will be a barbecue,
speeches &c. The programme will be pub-
lished as soon as we learn it.
Thos. B. Holdef shot and killed Mr. David
Kite, a highly respected citizefi of this county
on last Monday, the ioth inst. The killing was
done about 5 miles from Gainesville on public
road between three and:' four o'clock in the
afternoon, under the following circumstances :
There had been i f family feud between the
deceased and Holder, relative to the distribu-
"lion of some property in which the wife of
Holder was interested, and for which he
brought fuirllrghinst deceased the daNv of the
difficulty. Both ofthem were in Gainesville
on that day. Mr. -Kite in company with his
brother, John Kite, and Mr. Wiley Moorhee,
started home between 2 and 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, and were overtaken by Holder a
short distance floin the scene of the killing.
Holder then- approached deceased, cursed
him, and expressed a determination to settle
their dispute at once. Mr. Kite, according
to the testimony of his brother, John Kite,
endeavored to avoid a difficulty with Holder,
and was in the act of turning' his horse off
from his assailant when Holder fired upon
him with a pistol, The ball penetrated the
head of Kite about a quarter of an inch above
the left eye, and produced death in a few mo-
ments. The partic; present at once notified
Judge Gardner, Ex-officio Coroner, who sum-
mnoned a jury, and inquest was had of the
body, with a verdict to the effect that "the
said deceased came to his death by pis-
tol shot, from the hands of Thomas. B. Hol-
der, and that the said Thomas B. Holder, fe-
loniously, wilfully, and of malice -afore-'
thought, did then and there kill and murder
the said David Kite." After .the rendition
of the verdict of the jury, Judge Grdner is-
sued a warrant for the arrest of Holdecr, and
officers went in search of him. At this writ-
ing nothing has been heard of Holder.
Gr. G. P. Thomas held the post'oimtcrn
e l';l:naticr, of the body ,of the decease:I.. ,.
." -+ *- ,. ?',, :; + ,, '
: .- E. S. F inary.
ThelC e:amination of the pupils of the E. F.
Sef .ia.y, E. P. Cater Principl-al, W. N.,
Sheats 1st assistant, Miss A. H. Prarter 2nd-
assistant, Miss C, H. Matheson 3d assistant,
commenced on M1onday. morning last,
and will conclude on Thursday. The
more advanced classes are examined by writ-
ten questions and answers-each student be-
ing required to give separate answers and
write out-in full, every, answer. The other
ela -.--e, are examined orally, but equally as
tI ,:t ou.,h1. '
We have had the pleasure of attending'these
exercises a portion of the time, and took pains
to'inquire into, and become enlightened upon,
the system and details in operation, and we
are satisfied that the pupils are properly in-
structed, and-that the examinations' non be-
ing conducted, are fair and judicious tesi;s.
We have observed, that the principal and his
assistants, teach the principles of each study,
and lay the foundation in the pupils mind,
for an easy and natural progress to a higher
branch. In other words, the children are
.taught to think,, and not merely to acquire
knowledge, without the power or discrimina-
tion to use it. A number of patrons and visi-
tor's have been in attendance The com,
mencement exercises will begin on Sunday at
the Presbyterian Church, with a "sermon by
.& fr. Dowman.

n Sht s.-" it one dollar shirt in the
United States, at Matheson & Co s. -,.

Another large lot of tarietans,-swiss, mulls,

plain checked and striped Nainsooks, Victoria'
and Bishop lawns, 'aconets and fancy mus-
tins at Matheson & Co's.

Cheap Route North and West.
Capt. W. G. Coleman, General Agent for
the Cumberland Route, is in the city, and will
Iurni h all pai ties desiring to go North and
West, with tickets to any point, either by rail
or steamer. Applications can be made at the
depot, ,

The H:n tfickd Patent Churn for sale at D. H.
Carn & Co's -

Base Ball Match.
On the I9th inst., the Gainesville nine
will play the Osceolas of Vernandinay at the
latter place, in response to a challenge froth
the Osceolas. Supefintenrident Maxwell hea
ordered the fare b1;ween Ferni.ndinrj and the
different points on the road, reduced to ex-
cursion rates-one fare for the round trip,
The, hotels have also reduced their rates,
the.' Mansion House c.-eilk:g to entertain
guests for $1,50 pei day. : .
Our boy. anticipate :a good time and'ic-.'-

To Vegetable and Pruit Groweri.
We are prepared to fui ni-h ve jt.11 :e ir...,..
ers with criteq at short notice. Will deliverr
sawed crate, at any depot on the A. G. & 'W.
I. T. Railroad, at ,;S per hun:Ire.I ir, shook,
and 12y, cts each, made up. Wi.en -rirtie;
talkec less than loo, we char e 9 cts each in
shookk. \V'-. LAKE& Co.-


Ladies who go out shopping should k, .
sharp lookout as to when and where the ir 1- I
>,.,!id~,^eo~~^-A^Y & FAMILY GROCERIES
asols are laid down, and we knew of a la.-, t. ZN .&.FA M ILY .G RO CERIES
da.y whose epidermis showed considerable ..
signs of liquifaction which in search ofher-. i the market, also a weil selected .tcck of
lost parasol, but she eventually found it, and : .. .
was made partially h.ppy by ,:'.,ig inl.o D- e n ea
J..p.Dronsgoo & Sons' and. 1 r" oods, ents and Boys Ready M ade
couple of pounds of imperial giee, t,.:i at >;,i,oo
per pound, and taking a peep .'hie 'e exquisite g Sh\ I L T N
fancy goods. Sichis life.
* In our peregrinations thr, .+- iife we cnrce "
know which me most alThire, tlie delightful ind an I e s a
intonation of a bell, or the sweet d:.r of a d L X ellent l o boots, SS & hatS
rose. But much depends 'p,:,n the quality of
each article, as they respectively cliaimh the at- AT SPARKMAAN'S TRAD)E EMftf"lU1.
tention to one of the five s,: w;.;. Some bells
have a good clapper, but fail to possess that HANKING my'customers for their liberal patronage in the past, I would
pare metal so neces :.ry to pr.o:,duce proper respectfully in\ ite a continuance' of the same, and bring their friends
vibration, while some roses may wither and ad neighbors With them.
decay for want of that charm which they nat- ..
urally possess. In this connection be itre G. W'l ..'. SPARKMAN,
membered that the America imported peWr, est side Court House Square.
fumes to be found at Dromgoo'e & Sons, cat -
be implicitly relied on' as prue, fresh and "--
odoriferous. 91 i illbu'ml au"- m mm n

"There is thy gold, worse poison

to men'ssouls, & U&
Doing more murders in this .,
loathesome world, -, '. V.-..:.., .
Than those pooi" compounds that :h.', -.".
mayest not sell." 41' -"-7
I 2-. -P
HIarken all ye who are afflicted with this' ,.' :"-
filthy lucre, give ear to our waning voice-e`- p i -
there is a pleasant, quiet retreat where th' c seque6lC Of very adVa11tageous pur-
ambrosial atmosphere is laden wvith delightful" '= .-..,
odors, and where you, will be :co,,rl:, ,ted_. '. z .
by exhangng.faily'chats-es imade during- the late
by exchanging family medicines, -,:., ., tobac-. ^,, .1-t-t l.. UTl .t
co, combs, brushes, paints oils, ,'c f,:r .n, ....l l y '
surplus aon of o ou I; l: red ctyiOnO ill priCoS Of
a r e q u it e a c ,ii., ,. t ;.i 2, a n d ,1 1 ..t r t l ts e *^ .; ^ .; .i.,
to exchange goods for greenbacl., either. i. '- '
allude to the new drug store of J. P. Drom-
goole and Sons, Gainesville, Fla. E+ G S
Quite ar old gentleman, in the shape of a .
"Half dollar of our d::d.i'es," was uncere-
ir-ow'utisly left in the new *'.-ig store the other r
"il, gn tist-s : e t y ar f,.e ot ICL.+
i .-. '".>- we accept of all .such.
.i exclhngc for all goods in our line with Po *
'tt at ofp c. athe following very low prices :
Ile sat beside o cosy :ha,, r.ok, ... "*
Asweet smiling girl di his side .-- Oysters, one !b . . o cents.
Theywercaug`ngwifthrlc.lineandhook. Beans, two lbs .... .. . .. 0T "
Ios.:r T omatoes, two Ibs ,. .. .. .
11- 'L-a 'i ous chri- -3 bein33) his zpri"1(.r
S.- hr ."" three lbs ... .. . .. -
.A1 v io are f >nd of such ..i', ,i sport Peas, two Ibs . . . .
shcild i.At fail to call at Dromgooie & Sons t' t. '
u .,p res .o. .. 'eas .... . o -
7,ad pr,ocure an entire out-fit of lhookvs uB^A--'^ e;be^"^rS'ls"; ':".:.:. :- 4% lo^^ ~ "<-
!mncs ai0d.omt-of that "old- Bourbon would T not go amiss, at the Labbling brook, neither StrawL':rries, two lbs . . .. .. . "
would those extra fine cigars be out of order, SugarCorn, two lbs . . . 20 "
with smoke curling up through the moss-en- "' Pineapples .. . . . .. 25 "
vironed oak and magnolia. The smoke of ;. Salmon ......... . .. . 25 "
these cigars produces such a delightful titilla. COidensed Milk, Anglo Swiss . .'. . 20 "
tion to the olftactories. Try them, ye lovers Alderney . . . .. 25 "
of the weed, in its virgin purity. Eagle Brand .......... . 25 "
Cart. Iron pills, (Vallett's.) .afgornia honey in fancy glass jars ... . ... 25 ,
Cart- Iron pills, (Valletts.) Ritchry's Orange Marmalade . ... "
Iodlde of Iron pills. Imperial Concentrated Lemonade.. .... . .. : 40 "
Iron, 'Quassia and Nox.Vomica, s
Cit. Iron and Quinine pills, .- ;. d- t a
Iron and Strychnine, W e still have a few caddies left of that

orline&Mccuretopei pills,(Ricords. I.0rl.Osa, Oolong Tea 50 cents, or 3 lbs.for
Sugsh ,,-e .100, which iss a great bargain at the price,
SNeuralgic pills, (Sequard's),
Neuralgic pils, (S. D. Gross'), W e do not offer these goods for anything
srndxomicapills, b PROMPT CASH, the same terms on
Mayapple and Mercury pills,X S t e!"a ,trm ,o
Bromide Potash pills, which we bought them.
Valer'anate Quinine pills, .
Ferri Ferro Cyanuret pills, G .R A N J
Iron, Quinine and Strychnia, B' C -
Quinine, Iron and Phosphorus pills, Ginesvtlle, Fla., June 5, 1878. I0oo-tf
Quinine and Strychnine pills, -
Nitrate Silver pills, f t I
and many others. f Interest to All
These pills are prepared with great accura-
cy from the Very best materials, by W. J. M. .. : *-
Gordan of Cincinnati, the. recipe of each pill WH 0 W I S H NICE GOO 8 AT RE DUCED PR IC ES.
being wrapped around the box. .
Orders for these goods or any others L inK "-
market, respectfully solicited. -4
SJ. P.DROMGOOLE & SONS, & .... i '" .
SGainesville, Fla. '
1,000 Pounds Assyrian Soap.. NO. 7 West Bay st. erlier Laura, Jacksonville, Florida,
We -o-a.er this special lot of perfumed hand I, a\ fine. ;,,.. -, .
e er this Special lot of erumed hand las r in stock a fine line 6f Millinery Goods, including Pattern Hats and Bonnets, Flow-
or laundry soap at 5 cen4t er on pound bar; er:-, Fe others, Ribbons, and the latest novelties in Millinery.
one box of sixty pounds of first class ,per- DRESS GOOD S. "'
fumed scop for 43.oo. This is the cheapest DRS ri riOODS i ^- ^. r--^, .
fumedsc6p for .3 This is the cheapest Inclu.di a fine line of Black Dress Silks, Cashmeres, Drab I'Ete, Henrietta Cloth and
lot of fine soap event' inthis market, .and our Fancy ting, with Galons and Fringes to match.
stock, cannot be duplicated. IK LADIE; S, GEYT'S AYD CRILDRE
Good Bread. Fancy 1".carfs and Handklerchiefl; Ladies' and Children') Merino and Gauze
vests, .. ^^^ ted Sacque., Socks, Mittens and Wai-ts.
All who desire first-class bread .and biscuit Silk l'1arasols; a fine line of Kid, Undressed Kid and Lisle Gloves. Corsets,
should send around to Dromgoo"e & Sons' incluh ed "Cork Corset," TABLE LINEN, Napkins, Towels, Tidies, Lace Curtains.
new drug store and procure some of their -4..,< A .-.VE LLVE OF ','HlT7E GOODS..
bakingpowders. For sale in any quantity, R r and Puffs; Bergman & Co's Zephyr WVorsteds, WVorsted PC erns,'Z7phyr
and it not equal to the best, no charge will ari'w l.s, Wenk's Perfumery and Toilet Soap. 85-Iy
be thade. Always fresh and ready for use.--A T T D.E T
Tsy that which is made at home, if you de- ". ..
sire to patronize home ,industry. Sample ,, :-..
-' .. ,
packages free.- "-2 ^"-'.' (SUCCESSOR TO C. DREW,)
A Brick in, your; I~at.
11e who may have been thus afflicted, and 0 '% Ar O -lt,

is left with a bad headache and a dull brain, .NO '' .i..-, .,,- J0. 59 WEST BAY ,STREET,
.would do well to Send to D romngr,-le & Sons' "". -- .* ..; .. ..
new drug store for a box of any pill you'i may AC.CSO :"i :'., ;*' |,"b"-LLE," FLA.,


Attor neys and Couiseii0ors


Physicians a n d- Surgeons,
i- y

D R. W. H. B R A C E Y,

Three doors west of the Arlington House.
November 17, i877. 71-6m

Offers his professional services to the public.
Sept. I, 1877. 60-6nf0


Shaving and hair cutting done in neat
style. Office between Matheson & Co. andi
G. K. Broome's. I-ly

T A. ILO.T 0-E
RETURNS thanks to his friends and pat-
tons for past patronage, and begs' tb ifi
form then that he is still at.hi'.old4 slandad-.
solicits their continued patronage. 4,-1m


A 1 achua u aif'
For sale by Matheson & MeMillan. Every
man should have one. Pfire 05- 694tf

A lot of towels, only $1'25 per. dozen.
great liargain at Matheson & Co's.


A number of festive spirits amused them-
selves on Sunday night, by moving nearly all
the signs on the square, and pu'ting then.up
in the wrong places. Tom Dl)awkin,' barber
S pole was set up In front of a millinery store,
Duganne's picture sign was found at the en-
- : trance of a boarding house, Avera's shoe sign
graced the front of the Presbyterian Church,
.and other freaks too numerous to mention.-:
TdMr. Tinsley's handsome sign has disappeared
and no trace of it can be discovered. One
of the parties has plead guilty and was fined
$5.oo and costs.
The Union Academy, of which Rev. J. E.
Ddd't' Principal, held an examination on
Monday the ioth inst. -AlitAhe pupils were-
examiiied in the different branches of reading,-.,
..* sy.. 'llhg, geography, arithmetic. &c., arid ac-
' quitted themselves veiy creditably. At night
a literary.address was delivered by Geo. T.
Turrer,.E.sq.; the subject being: '*-Education,
the Bulwark of the Nations's Liberty." Mr-
Turner's;.ad Iress is'spoken of as an eioquent,-
logical '-rt. After this. there ;'... speaking
:zaldih 4 ; ues by the pupil- and ain ad.lr: ,s by
.l.-M. L vewe., E.-i.. of Newiana vill,:-.
+f _

-wishn, they keep nthousanas of pills-plain and
sugar coated. They also keep fine whidi:y
that will not kill at 40 ,-d**. Try it. ;

T( c. 3urh DBlootd.
If ti.s ri^ .i-.-, you v.i;l have heala..hi-,
[ inm1in. of the head, sick stomnich, etc.-
Send a riggd, half dollar to Dromgoole -
Sons' new drug store for a bottle of Bailey's
Saline Aperient, it will cure you- Get a
good pocket book there, and if you have nid
ion' n O/, (lne will I,.nl \.II aomele'to'ril ,n it.

*S*p full stock of everything in his line, at lowest prices.
l.ap of Florida for 1878, just issued, price $1.00
M Mory of Florida, . . . 2.50
illory of Augustine, .. A .e .75
Culture, ..750
.. C ulur ,", .+. . ... .'. .. .. -. ".50
.T'i Tallmadge's Patent Letter File and Binder, price only 25r.
o per do, -.. : .
4 the cheapest and handsomest made,.
L.- specialty. Webster's Spellers, $r.25 per-dozen.
s and Novels received as soon as published. Send- for Cath.-
s. Terms, C. O. D., without exception. P. O. Box, 846.

The Gainesville Times.




Fishing; tiadc -, pov c. .. F ; : t. t ,
and note paper, pens, ii:L..l. c., ;"ll a-.
sortment at Dromgoole & Sons'... '.... ".,

The Finest Assortment of



W HILE thankful for the past patronage,
we would ask one and all to call and
examine our constantly increasing stock, ton
sisting of

II II III III_..... .. ..... .-- .1 --ri iA i 1t' _111111 i, i Ii i~ IIm r II ii m i ]I I i... 11.1 wi "" -.--*i Il- -- _- i .. I .. r ... jii]i.i ..... l




Foley's Celebrated Bank Pens and Gold Pencils, Mabie & Todd's Gold Pens,
Folding pen holders, Envelopes, note and letter paper. Legal cap and
Bill paper, memorandas, blotters and ledgers. Arnold's writing
S-' fluid, pocket books, school rules, assorted bands, fine assortment
of box papeteries, a beautiful assortment of inkstands, ful
assortment school books adopted by the board of
Education of this County. Mucilage, feather
dusters, and every article kept in a first class
Stationary Store. Atlantic and other
white leads cheaper than ever be-
fore sold in Gainesville.

Boiled and Ra w Linseed Oi 1-

kpirits Turpentine, Varnishes of all kinds, Coloring matter of all kinds, fine

assortment of Paint Brushes, Glass, all sizes, Putty, Pictures and Picture




The Oniy Dirpct Line Ufo Flrida.

O NE of tlhe follo,..ing fir.it-chss Steamships
S\,il .ail froin Pier 20, Evst river, New
York, every FrdiJ.y at 3 o'clock p. m., for


Close Railroad connections are made at
Fenmindina for Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Ce-
ct',r Keys, and all points on the J. P. & M.
Railroad and the A. G. & W. I. T. Railroad
,,f Florida. Also with StearerCar'iefora---
points on the St-. I hJis st-U-er Ock-
"lW.oa f jints rn .St. Mar's River,
-Se-rMiffer Reliance for all points on Satilla
River, and Steamer Florence for Brunswick.
At Jacksonville with Steambonts for all
points on the St. Johns River, and at Tocol
with the St. Johns Railroad for St. Augustine,
At Chattahoochee with the Steamers for
Columbus and all points on the Chattahoochee
River. Steamers leave Fernandina every
for New York.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
153 Maidlen Lane, N. Y., or
Dec. 9. 23 tf cFernandina, Fla.

0O. S. Acee,
North-eastcorner Court House Square.



Final Discharge.

I -:'


A. & G. R. R.
SAVANNAH, February 14, 1878.1

ON and after Sunday, May 5th, Par-
senger Trains on this Road will run as

Mankato. Minn.)


,"VIATOR," a New York correspondent
who has visited all parts of Florida, writes 'as
"I am best pleased with Waldo. It is em-
phatically the best climate for Consumptives.
The air is pure and dry, and the climate
most genial. Invalids will not be misled by.
what I s'ay, for I have seen many suffers
relieved and entirely cured by a sojourn at
this place. This Hotel has all comfort and luxury of a Private Home --and
the rates are very rcasornable." 8-iyr.

For Sale
Two lots in East Gainesville, di.
mensions 2oox150 feet, with the frame
of a two story dwelling house, strong-
ly and substantially put up, with seven
rooms. Lumber sufficient to com-
plete the flooring,,a small ahiount of
weatherboarding and nearly enough
shingles to cover the house. The lo-
cality is perfectly healthy and pleas-
ant. Titles perfect. For information
address the TIMES.

a week in your cwn town. $5 outfit.
$u6 frt:. N3 risk- Reader, if you wa s.t
btsiness at ulrich pt~ronsof '_hgr 1% c#A -i
V::dke ircat puvy althe rte --Tv ife- s.
for PMcu:ar 1o 11. H LLETT&CO., I.ortiano
Mtla n 97-11-, .-

can make money faster at work for us
than at any thing else. Capital not ro,
quired; we wiil start you. 12 per day at
home made by the industrious. Men, women'
boys and girls, wanted everywhere to work
for us. Now is time, Costly outfit and term
free. Address TRUE & Co., Augusta, Maine,

The Ret A'y of the 1l6b Cenau.
S Barham's infallible

',, d M.nufaetured by the
rarh MGlC ao e C., Du:lm, N. 0.
MA Hev hlia to cum Hemorrhoids
P. r rFle.... hen a 'e'i I* ll
rri re L}h end bar. ,nerdo.

Tor theapeetly er r-<,r Manhool anid:ll d:re'n cr9 hroijht omt4by3 ildi.-
cretion or :xcoms. Any ]riuInt- h-ty thitInmrr-
dienta. 1. AtI* cAnn C.. o. la
We4t Sjt&" ftstreet. C'ilaciunau. 0.

No. 12 N. Eighth St
mSt. Louis, Mo.
Wh.o h-a ..d rrupr nr eTricmm in the treatmet of Htf
,:si..n tI l.,' ea ol?(. l'urh ni e and !'fude tbhan a r phfici
IN. l ,e Vt fri% q ite P.r,,-I. of hi;, lon g anj a uceBM
;&i. I ,e1 in 11,twoiD.twsur,% juia! publhheda, nuftle
Brnci thnt are realty (hrridpe pjd Rplr.'nrgtion in all mat
t.rtq I -tom:ng to m.ink-j .1 u!,atl hm a v, stii. fnd ipB~y
wn lriongflt._ Th y aeb,,aLtlft l! niu,, f. r.l.,and piald
I'l ul,u, eWq7unJefs:o[d. TVie two bohm = ertbt.maea
pu- ., ar- e,:,ulatn traluuble lifo .-ttioin fhrboh .an ttd:1 l

fr:'"' ti; i aoyil h>_ sex is he.'j~ |j yl a
e, wih1 lh-r eltuc tsi- wCam m- F
,_,.ea w r nt o paL:,a. :"[beknoa! d fl.
to 01 II t, nio t.,c"w.w.)rka. I hi no %\rny of que.-"tionabtud al'r- .
8,:er, buttj !?eom~h zbtt [Jiigg y a-e would hin~w. The
b 1l. th, il of eatly indlaertt (on; Ini rir iii.Otin
pertft ,-Iy b.waltl'y nMtvbP, brt'wNth wani vi .1,0 in the tim
fi I -. 'and f the 11(a, an, in P.drv' tk w'l
fro'm 01:. tlarEL'illHS hLZ. K is hpf[. IILEi
101 O AtL ~tPR-c--.. --(0 eta. enwehl lth
g:4, 15cla. extra. Stit un,..r .a O M.
ratlr,t of i. bne ia money or BtampV. ,

Leave savannah daily at . 4.20 p m
Arrive at Jesup daily at . 7.30 p m
Arrive at Thomasville daily at 5.20 a m
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at 8.o10 a m
Arrive at Albany daily at . 9.50 a m
Arrive at Live Oak daily at .. .3-30 a n
Arrive at Tallahassee daily at 3:30 a m
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at 9.25 a in
Leave Tallahassee daily at . .oo p m
Leave Jacksonville daily at .-. 3.45 P m
Leave Live Oakdaily at 9.40 p m
Leave Albany daily at . 2.30 p m
Leave Bainbridge daily at . 3.15 p mn
Leave Thomasville daily at . 7.oo0 p m
Leave Jesup dailyat . 5-45 am
Arrive at Savannah daily at.. 8.4o a m
No change of cars between Savannah and
Jacksonville and Savannah and Albany.
Passengers from Savannah for Fernandina,
Gainesville and Cedar Keys take this train.
Passengers leaving Macon at 7.30 a m
(daily except Sunday) connect at Jesup with
this train for Florida.
Passengers from Florida by this train con-
nect at Jesup with train arriving in Macon at
5.o10 p m (daily except Sunday).
Passengers from Savannah f$ Brunswick
and Darien take this train, arriving at.Brnns-
wick 6.45 i m. 1
Passengers from Brunswick arrive at Sav-
annah 8.40 a m.
No change of cars between Montgomery
and Jacksonville.
Pulman Palace sleeping cars run throughbto
and from Savannah and Jacksonville; also
through sleepers from Atlanta, Ga., and Mont-
gomery, Ala., to Jacksonville, Fla.
Connect at Albany with Passenger trains
both ways on South-Western Railroad to and
from Macon, Eufaula, Montgomery, Mobile,
New Orleans, etc.
Mail steamer leave, ]Bainbridge for Apa-
lachicola every Sunday afternoon; for Co-
lumbus every Wednesday morning.
Close connection at Jacksonville daily
(Sundays excepted) for Green Cove Springs,
St. Augustine, Pa'atka, Enterprise, and all
landings on St. John's river.
Trains on B. and A. R. R. leave junction,
going west, Monday, Wednesdary and Friday
at 11:14 am, arid for Brunswick Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 4:4o p m.

Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted, at 7.05 a m
Arrive at Mclntosh Io.oo0am
Arrive at Jesup .. 12.15 pm
Arrive at tlackshear ( 3.15pa
Arrive at Dupont 7.iopm
Leave Dupont 5.15 a m
Leave Blackshear 9.321am
Leave Jesup i.1o pm
Leave Mclntosh 3.oSpnm
Arrive at Savannah 5.35 p m



Ravenel & Co., Charleston.
J. F. Robinson, Savannah.
Jeffreys & Bro., Jacksonville.
R. J. Adams, Palatka.
T. A. Pacetti, St. Augustine.
C. A. Noyes Fetnandina.


3 tf




Thankful for the liberal share of patronage extended to him in the past,
desires to inform his friends&-` tomers that he has just received

Large And well selected stock of Goods,



Boots, Shoes, HEats, Easiery,


In fact, he has everything that goes to make up a "Big First-class Dry Goods
and Grocery Store." Call and see him. No charges made for showing goods.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits" is his motto. Gents and boys clothing a
specialty. april io. 92-tf

W P have a fine stock of dw t.
kets and Coffins of the latest mid ,,-.t
styles, at prices to u:. Ir .Ill. Bodies ;rit:sL'veOi
when desired. Calls nattcn.1c.l at all i i ir<,.
Funerals conducted by us in per.cn I, -h'.
ing had long experience, we claim to please
purchasers, feb 20 85-tf


Leave Chattahoochee . .. 8.oo A. M.
Leave Quincy . . 9.15 "
Arrive at Tallahassee .. 12.45 "
Leave Tallahassee, . .12,o "
Arrive at Live Oak . 5.00 P. M.
Leave Live Oak for Savannah 9,-50 "
-Arrive at Savannah . 9.40 A. M.
Leave Live Oak for Lake City.. 5.25 P. M.
Arrive at Lake City ... 6.4o "
Arrive at Jacksonville I o.2o "
Leave Jacksonville . .-. 7-45 A. M.
Leave Lake City . .. 11.40 "
Arrive at Live Oak ... I. 5o P. M.
Leave Live Oak for Savannah. I.55 "
Arrive at Savannah .. .. 9.45 "
Leave Live Oak for Tallahassee 1.15 "
Arrive at Tallahassee. . 7.05 '
Arrive at Quincy . 8,45 .
Arrive at Chattahoochee .. .o.oo "0
Leave Tallahassee .. .. .'2ooP.M.
Arrive ait Live Oqk -. 90io0 "
Leave Live Oak for Savannah. 9.50 "
A'irive at Savannah . 9.4o A.,M.
Leave Live Oak for Jacksonville 4.10
Arrive at Jacksonville . 11.00 "
Leave Jacksonville . 3.00 P. M.
Arrives at' Live Oak . 9.40 "
Leave Live Oakfor Savannah 9.50 "
Arrive at Savannah .... 9.40 A. M.
Leave Live Oak for Tallaha-.see 4.30 --
Arrive at Tallahassee .. 2.35 P. M,

C 0 N N E C T I ONS.-At Chattahoochee with
steamers for Columbus, Eufaula and Apalach-
icola. At Live Oak with Atlan-ic & Gulf
Railway for SaIvannh and points Nurth. At
Baldwin-.with Atlantic, Gulf': W'\'est Indin
Transit Company's Railroad for Fernandina.
Gainesville and Cedar Keys. At Jackson-
ville with Steamers on the St. Johns river for
Palatka, Tocoi, and St. Augustifie.
General Superintendent.

Dr. Jt. Newton Smith's


S *


New Billiard Tables.
(Bay street, under Metropolitan, House,)

feb .2o. 85-31n

Leave Duponit, at . 5.oo a m
Leave Vat!osta at . . 7.50 ot.m
Leave Quit I an at ... 9.i5 am
Arrive at Thqmasvillc at ... p m0pm
Arrive at Albany .. . 6.40 p rI
Leave Albany . . 5.00 am
Leave Thomasville at ... .. i. .oo a m
Leave Quitman at ... 3.44 pm
Leave Valdosta at ......... 4.42 p m
Arrive at Dupont at . 7.oop'm
J. S. TYSON, Master Transportation.
86-tf General Superintendent.

A. G. & W. I. T. CO'S


N and qfter Monday Dec. 13`
trains will fun as follows :

st 1877,'

3o A M
17 PM

frames, of all kinds and sizds. -

. ( 5s
. 6
. 7
. 8
. 9
. 9
. IO
. Io
. 10
. o0
. II
. 12

. I
. I
. 2
. 3
* .6 3


Leave Fernandina ..
Leave Ifart's Road .
Leave Callahan . ..
Leave Dutton . .
Leave Baldwin ..
Leave Maxville . .
Leave Lawtey . .
Leave Temples .-. .
Leave Starke ...
Leave Santa Fe . .
Leave Waldo . .
Leave Gainesville .
Leave Arredondo I
Leave Batton ... .
Leave Archer . '..
Leave Bronson ...
Leav. Otter Creek .
Leave Rosewood ... .
Arrive at Cedar Key .

March soth, x878.




AS now in stock a fine line of millinery goods, including tnmme4 and
H untrimmed hats and bonnets, flowers, feathers, ribbons, and the latest
novelties in millinery.
Ladies, gents and children's fancy hosiery, silk. ties, scarfs- and hland-
kerchiefs. Ladies and children's merino and gauze vests.
Also a fine line of kid andLisle gloves. Stamping in variousstyle4pne
to order. Call and see me. Remember the place.
S3-5m North Side Court House Square.

Positively restores hair to bald Heads.

Is not a hair dye.
Does not contain poison.

Restores hair tothehead
Check hair rom falling.
Makes hair grow six feet.
Makes whisker's grow.
Takes out all dandruff.
Is ist class hair dressing:
Is admired by all ladies.
Is death to all wigs.

This is the only
H air Restorative
manufactured e x -
pre-s;ly to promote
the growth 0LJhair"
and to awtfils._
iogn ut. Thoua'Sgands
-- ntefi who were
bald-headed, neo w
have a full suit of
hair, and one lady
in Kentucky,' w ho
was once "bald, now
nas flowing hair
in length, produced
by the use of Dr. J.
Newton Smith's
Hair Restorative.
Send for positive,
unmiistakable and
undeniable home
proof, in pamphlet
form, free to all.
.t stops the fair
from falling out at
once, cleanses .the
scalp from all dan-
druff, and is a liigh.
ly perfumed and el-
egant hair dressing,
much-admired by the
Price $2.50 for
3 bottles, express&
on receipt of price.
Call on your drug-
gist or address J. P.
Dromgoole & Co.
Louisville, Ky.,


I ooAM
I 42
2 26
3 09
3 44
4 05
4 23
4 53
5 42
6 o3
6 20
6 26
6 46
7 21
8 I1
8 56
9 37
o10 38,
11 22

Leave Cedar Key . .
Leave Rosewood .'. ....
Leave Otter Creek .. .
Leave- Bronson .. .
Leave Archer . .
Leave Batton . ..
Leave Arredondo . .
Leave Gainesville . ...
.Leave Waldo . . .
Leaves Santa Fe . .
Leave Starke . .. ..
Leave Temples . ... .
Leave Lawtey . .. .
Leave Maxville .. .
Leave Baldwin. .. .
Leave Dutton . . .
Leave Callahan . .
Leave Hart's Road .. .
Arrive at Fernandina ... .

Corner Third and Br6ome Streets.

M. W. DOWNIE,' Proprietor.

This Hotel with accommodations for over one hun-
dred guests. ..
is dlIghtfully situated and ,will be found one of the
most comfortable Winter houses in Florida.
For the SEortsmen and Yachtmen, the hunting,fish-
ing .ld nsaiing nur.actions are unrivalled, and a drive
on the magn;ficent Atlantic Beach, brings health and
strength o those u ho leave the rigors ofthe North.
and well furnihed rfrom New York mareLs by Fern-
andina and New Vork Steamship Line.

LL, Sup't

BY virtue of a writ of Fi Fa issued out of
the Circuit Court of Alachua county and to
me directed, I have levied upon and will sell,
before the Court House door in the town of
Gainesville, on the first Monday in July, A. D.
I878j the same being the first day of said
month, the following described property, to
wit : Commencing at a point on the north-
ern boundary of the lot in the said town of
Gainesville, numbered according to S. F.
Halliday's survey, as lot No. 37 of Brown's
addition to Gainesville, which is two hun-
dred and eighty-five feet west of north east
corner of the said lot No. 37, thence from
said beginning point, west three hundred and
forty-five feet (345) t h e n c e south' Isix
hundred and thirty (63o) feet to the southern
boundary of said lot No. 37, thence east
three hundred and forty-five (345) feet, thence
north six hundred and thirty (63o) feet to the
place of beginning, containing five acres more
or less. Levied upon and to be sold as the
property of R. Y. H. Thomas, to satisfy an
execution in favor of J. E. Johnston & Co.
S.C. TUCKER, Sheriff.


"Ora',,frd, thet there be an election district
established with boundaries as follow s,toz.iwl-it_
All that portion of the county lying in town-
.ship nine, range nineteen, and township ten,
range nineteen, bounded as follows: bounded
on the East by range lirre dividing ranges
19 & 20; on the South by township line divid-
ing townships 1o & i 1, on the West by range
line dividing range S& 19, on the North by
township line dividing townships 9 & 8, the
same to be known and designated as ele--tion
d;-.trict number telve (12) with voting pre-
cinct at-Arredondo."
"Ordered, that the boundaries of the election
district number seven be changed, so as to
have for a boun.Itay on the West, the-range
line dividing ranges 19 & 20."
By order of the Board of County Commis-
County Auditor, 5-' CGeri Bard Co. Cm.
97-4t May, 7th, 1878-

We take this method of acquainting the people of Middle Florida that we
have on hand, and will continue to keep, the largest stock of Ferniture,
"from the commonest up to the finest," that can be found in the States of
Georgia or Florida, and intend to sell the same at prices to suit everybody,
and at the same time to give you

The best article for the Money.
Our stock consists in part of
CHAMBER SUITS, from $25.o00 to$9oo.oo ;
PARLOR SUITS, from $50o.oo00 to $300oo.oo00;
AGES, and anything else that may be desired.
We have also the agency for the NATIONAL WIRE MATTRESS, the
most compile Mattress made, and the only kind that will not sag.
Wi- Country orders are respectfully solicited, and attended to with dis-
patch. Goods packed and, delivered at depot free of charge.
February 13, 1878. 84-tf xgo90 Broughton St., Savannah, Ga.

State of Flori V, ^
Seao Florda, E In and bv virtue of a
Alachua Countv. J
writ of Fieri Facias, issued out of Justice P.
H. Young's court, I wi jlLsell on the ist day
of- July A. D. -3787 8,- t1hoke-W-mg- sale day,
the following described lot or parcels of land,
to-wit: The north east quarter and north
east quarter of south east quarter of sec. 27,
township 10, range 22, excepting linteen and
a half acres, sold to J. C. Brown and I. L.
Falk and Co. Said lands are sold to satisfy
an execution in favor of Mary A. Hin;on and
Mathew Hins0n, against E. W. L'Engle ad-
ministrator of the estate of 1. 1. Iohnson de-
ceased. S. C"S TLiCKER,
99 4t Sheriff Alachua Co.

Sold in Gainesville, Fla., by McMillan&
Miller. : 72-tf

IXmonths from the first publication of this
notice, I as administrator of the estate of
D.W. Ridgell dec'd., late of Alachua county,
will present my accounts and vouchers to the
Hon. J. C. Gardner, Judge of the County
Court, and ask to be discharged from further
adminiktratin upon said estate.
72 6m J. B. BROWN, Adm'r.

" '*a'-r-,
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Georgia anad Florida Inand
Steamboat CompanV~.
For a safe, comfortable and -speedy transit
and all points

Secure your passage on one of t.--m ,t pop-
ular steamers of this lint.

TY O FiB &ITO t I, A
Leave Savannah for Florida on every Tues-
day and Saturday at 5 p. m., making conrinc
tions at Fernandirna and Jacksorville- with
trains and steamers. !
Returning, leave Jacksonville T',ursday4fuld
Sunday nights, and Fernandina day and Friday mornin,-s.
Connect at Savannah hith the elegant steam
ships of the "Ocean S. S. C"o. for 'New York
and with steamers fo:.r Philadelphia and B.lti-.
more, also with trains for the Nor.h and West.
This line offers superior advantages to ship-
pers of vegetables. These boats lands along
side of New York steamers to transfer their
freight, and thereby avoid carting over the
rough pavements. Freight. or .vegetables,
through to New Yoik fr.om all points.,
On the A. G. & \V. I. T. RaiIiad are :
On one bushel cra te .. ...
two bushel . 6o "
Barrels .. ....... 75 "

By steamship or rail from Savannah sold by
Agents and Pursers:
Through Bills of Lading glen from all"
points in Florida to all points '.North and
West at lowest rates. Special attention paid
to the handling of fruitsand vegetables.
C. A. Noyes, Agent, Fernandina.
Lilienthal & Bros., Agents Palatka.
Gustave Leve. Gen. Pass. Ag t, Savannah.
J. A. Mercier, General Sr.lici ing, Freight
and Passenger Agent.
A. L. Hungerford, Agent, Jacks6nville.
J. S. Lawrence, Gen'l. Manager, Savannah.

Charleston & Florida

Until further notice the steamers of this
line will run as follows :
Captain R. F. SCOTT.
Will leave Charleston every Tuesday, Savan-
nah every Tuesday; arriving at Jacksonville,
every Wednesday,
Leave Palatka every Thursday, Jacksonville
every Friday to suit the tide, Fernandina same
day; arriving at Savannah and Charleston
every ,Saturday.
Close connections made with New York
Through bills of lading and tickets given
to B]altimore, Philadelphia, New York and
others points.
These steamers connect with the Jackson-
ville, Pensacola and Mobile Railroad at Jack-
sonville, St. Johns Railroad for St. Augustine
at Tocoi, with steamers at Palatka for Mellon-
ville, Enterprise and the upper St. Johns. Al-
so with steamers for the Ocklawaha river.

WALDS 50 iSE, .

H. I. T. D. Williams, Prop'rs,
(Formerly of Boston, late of the Clifton House,

. "M IM XO El I"r. ": 0IT 0




Merchants Tobacco Co., of Boston,'Mass.,
AN be tested by fastidious chewers by calling on leading dealers or applying for samples
to our agents for the Southern States.
Every plug has a "Patent Metal Label" with "Merchants Tobacco Company" thereon.

HI ?lams and booay -Wind






j 1U"_,11s c & y'p,11
Rif L.?. OAD
n an after Sunday, january 14, 1877,
Passcn-o(-Trains will run as follows.


Imported Wines, Porter, Ale, Lager
Beer and Bass' Ale on Draught,
Sample Room attached with -Seven


.r-""1'1, T



A general assortment of tis tt rd-Te
of every description. Kerosene oil tanks,
bird cages, tin churns, seives,'dippers, match
safes, water coolers, stove pipes, clothes ring-
ers, lard cans, &c.

Coffins Metalic Lined.
Call and examine my;stock of

of all sizes and patterns.


I will furnish lumber suit ble for building
purposes, in any quantity terms to suit
purchasers. '
6o-tf Battonsville, Fla.

W. J. LNDSAY & R.,

Patlot Chamber & Kitchen

Furnit ure!

190 Broughton Street, Savannh, Ga.