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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: July 14, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00656
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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j4RMAY; : AWHNT i a will. proclamation travel. the to 19th Moscow summoning Instant where, he the will on representatives Wednesday issue.i L URGE CONVENTION Unlt.d ALLEGE Stall LOTTERY Official CapUu IS RAIDED."Bank"I NEW YORK 'CHANGE


of the people :to the tslln- ,. ---
W I PEA ENVOYF FAVORSTATiODBklahoma Ticket and Literature.
It1 .
,: tt. sky palace Kremlin. Some ot y the Chicago July 13.-(Jailed State government GREATLY SHOCKED
-., ,
-# otliclalu of the court already have .1'
officials
., have raided the imperial
:;"** gone to Moscow to make
preparations
ank. one of the institution I
Being Brought to Bear for the event.Peasant .O and Indian Territory
conducted by Louis ,
:" F Gourdain and Jno. Want "An Investigation On
Cotton
:.I gslast.lL. Muraneff.r Want To Be Admitted.ONE H. Dalton now under indictment for
,,1) '", *'to Destroy Serglus'
) . Property. operating a lottery. The search warrants Report Leakage.
1t "
: Dmitrovosk. Russia July :It.-.Peasants were Issued by Judg* Bethea on --

'-t'r** ,NEWSPAPER. ATTACK have overrun and destroyed'a THOUSAND DE1.EG/ATC3, MET the complaint of Inspector Ketcham. LETTER TO PRES.

large amount of property belonging to -1 ** the, postoffice department ROOSEVELT
;'Claimed HI. Health I I. Not Good The. CltInnaof These. Terrlterlea{ Are
"f' . the vast estate of the late Grand Accompanied b7 United Mates deputy President Hubb rd. of
the
HlWiM..Not} Be Able to Stand. the Duke Bergius near Doblnsky. Anxious to Have .a .Statat Immedl- marshals Inspector James EX Stuart Exchana-

"* ili i -Other New from the Czar's . --Much .Enthusiasm biaplayed entered" .tha."bank armed wlth?: A Says that Official Reports Should. Be

:sire PLOT' TO ABDUCT IS DISCOVEREDPlan warrant 'and.-pl'OCfllld-e4 to confiscate ... Above 8uapiciOft-Shouid Punish the

."f at the Big O.therJng.Oklahoma everything in the shape of books, papers .- Guilty One.

." ,78teraburc.. July 13.Strong In- to Carry Off Governor's Son and City Okla.. July 13.-One literature, tickets and such other New
)tavu been brought to bear Mold Him For Ransom. thousand 'delegates from :the Indian article as were thought necesarry to York. July 13.Tbe New-' \' "

for Nicholas to induce him to JDenvea, Colo.. July 13.-A dispatch Territory, and Oklahoma met In convention be used a* evidence. A wagon backedup Cotton Txchange made public "T

". )t.Mura"leJr as peace pienlpo- I to tIIo News from Santa Fe N. M., here to take some definite action to the door and the "bank") was the following letter:

/";although the ambassador has says: looking to Im-edlate a ehood. transferred to the postofflce store; "Theodore Roosevelt Press

':.b.. passage.on the steamer,KaJs- A plot to abduct Governor Otero'a Dell gates and visitors bega
elm der' Oroser Mailing from on ha* beeto exposed. Eight men are yesterday and,; when tty} (gathering. called for "all article of literature Dear Sir On behalf of tbe New-': %
Cotton
nurg July '2t>. According to re.tithe said to have formed themselves into was called to order the greatest enthusiasm : paper, tickets, .book, etc., belongingto Exchange I want tu ?-i>'

i emperor is wavering if he a band to* carry out the plot. The plan prevailed. The convention was the Louisiana Banking company' its members have been great) ,

;ntit, :already become convinced ol"factvthst wa to abduct the governor's son and of great importance ,to both territories Louisiana State Loan and Trust company ed. by tbe recent disclosures nt j.ity .

his. choice was. unwi*". carry him into the wilds of the Mai- I and lnd d. was considered One of the Victor Lopez & Co., W. J. Morgan in the department of air ,

7 ">e Ruaalan newspapers, whose cult pals country In Lincoln county where : most Important ever held in the Indian &: Co.. Louts Gourdain. Imprelal upon whose reports they have

." t compelled. M. Muravieff, to ;re- be sour to be held for ransom. The country. In the early hours delegations Banking company Imperial Bank ana ed for accurate Information In '

I.b. t portfolio of justice have1eked gang, after reaching the Jdaljiais.: in paraded the streets, headed the Manhattan Kxchange bank:' The ducting of their common buin>

him with great, savageness tended to Inform the governor that by bands. with banners flying and trial of the "bank" officers will come "It Is to request that a fit ,

'..."utterly' unqualified' to con. if within thirty days he would depositat cheering for immediate statehood.' up before the federal court at the gallon be made of the met hot a jled

'"'weh' important nogotlatlona and a certain place an enormous! rum"of Many regular and special trains dnr* next ..session in September. The articles to corruption with! a vh'N! .
.
.or In; office flas all; along been luotioy a. runnom and nccede to other l ing the night and early hours brought confiscated will be introduced as venting the possibility of a r*'r ..

Ed' to share a similar view. The demands, his son would be returr.ed in thousands of visitors from. every d.- evidence in! the.. trial. that shall I be write and that the RID .

party at court has done its at- saffly and if the ransom was not ctlon. Seemingly the utmost harmony adequately punished

to secure the suppression of M.irlsff forthcoming and the demands not ac. prevailed among tbe delegated, GRAND JURY INDICTS: OFFCIAL8.' suspicion"Official! reports" should t be a 4
of the
under the belief that bis con. ceded tot, the cost to the governor their only object, being! to forward the publication 11terest :

",'of the negotiation would be surelead would be the life of bis son. Governor movement of early admission to the County Officers Are Charged with Accepting ual of any, person or their

: ,to unfortunate complication OtT has the mounted police and secret union. There ware aeveriil contesting Bribes, Etc. benefit and ait president!

the complete wreck of the hopes. I service men of the territory ou delegations especially from {the Indian Milwaukee. Wls, July 13.-Slxty-sevJ exchange I wish to put Its n :,i

the look out for Territory! ', where it, en indictments against 25 Individuals upon record as Utterly- oppiyse 1 "
Jjjeac*. The membersof his par the members- of the. was alleged; the Indians culpable

r''jprotess to believe today that they I gang, and wilt leave no atone unturned had not been given fair representation most of whom are former county officials "On the proceedings line of

won a victory and that while M. until the entire party is captured. the disagreements. !had beensettled were handed down by the grand ask common h'r
.-' will not lead the Washington largely before thu convention jury and the probing of the jury still you for your most emph:,'
damnation and action *
ion. AU Pokotiloff. Russian mint..ulna. .. SUICIDED DEBORC ,MOTHER. was called to order. An, effort to goes on/the term not expiring until 1 which mad upon ''itlces

,. .AL-WJtiiJJa-rlzht hand agree upon temporary officers In cnu September<< 1. This batch of true bills legitimate < 1

i, will head the mlSMlon."They Young Man Fared; Bullet Through HI. cus early today failed, and that "..rk added to the thlrty-
;(: say.:the emperor's attitude was % Brain-Drink the Curs.Tuacal.usu was left to the convention. days ago makes a total of 105 thus far. gamblers. mercy of tricks I l:

rent oflrafontlay when He received Ala.. July 13.-
;Muraleff coldly and it-marked' that ertauu. living at 8)'l\an. shot and In.atantl called the .convention to order in a names ,returned In the l last batch, Walter C.great Hubbard.respect I Ilrt.iJ.-am Yur t-> 'It+ .Ie rt

did. not believe ,hU health would ) killed himself according to re- brief speech, he was accorded a tremendous there being but five new names before York Cotton Exchange.."

ad: the strain of going to Washing' l trusts from tiylvan Young Robertsonattended ovation, the delegates cheering reported.

.\'aand the Imperial Intimation was a name, of ball during the until almost exhausted. Every Nearly all of the Indictments charge BELIEVED FOUR LIVES LOST 1

_:* character nut to be disregarded'Horeover. << early altr.noou and returned home county in Oklahoma and every recordIng bribery in the sum of JSO, the amounts : LI

according to the late district of Indian Territory wad It Is alleged having been paid to present 1
usually
rt! Steapn Launch Collides With T-o1""P""
"1ab1:..i IJUiorlt th. emperor when he Upon hU! return he was met by hismother represented by the full d lt'.ltlun.whlltt ; or former county official*. In connection Steamship In Hudson River

.reoi Y.d 't'urelsu; MlnUtir tnisdorff n who was waltlrn hU return!. hundreds of statehood eatnui* with the awarding of contracts New York. July 13.-It !h I ; *

., "'audleace yesterday, dirllned to ap Hhe noticed! as he entered the room arises crowded aU the remaining. floorspace for the erection of as addition to the that three and postbt four II\I > tit,

_, f..to". ibe Instructions prepared for thit! he pent to the bureau and took: in the* building county hospital several years ago. lost last night Then the uttam .tNorrnandie ,.

.''Jt Muraleff' guldauc. and during the from n drawer a rcvolvvr. which "nha e ,1.I N, }Hoi:coin b a, former territorial! t Many of the Indictments are the result was sunk In col'h!'
_ nlng -Xrd him t *>v it wa* equally sliiiincant that I He to'dbvr : superintendent of Instruction. welcomed a vessel supposed to 11*\'e' a,
\ t1ti" that he'l would replace It the Edward F. Strauss! former members
:; foreign minister made It n point himself delegates and responses tramp steamship In the IhiJmn 14
,
|silo: tell, a foreign ambassador who and stepping back only a few feet hprrsi e were made by II. P. Robins of South of the county board. Those who are b"Up\'t"Ol! \ t ..

.?trailed' -that MuralefTa health was not i "..d It to hjs temple and firedleuth i. McAlester. I. T... and Senator T. P.CJore. been a lost are Captain Storm rr Kglneer

'l 00d.IKilled., reunited 'Zmmedlately.tie of Lawton. Okla. Electrical Railway for Cuba. Brady of the launch :Norms'; 4
It wan n. only son and his parent .. New York. July 13.-The Havana ;
1f Uw.
and
Miss Gladys<< Dodge, of th .
Shouvallff Through Revenge.F tire the most substantial In the section<< Charges Against Mayor Dropped. Central Railway company has awarded J. Green of New York I l- ,1"0 l rn 0

; I. BC Petersburg. July 13.-The' mu r' where" they r..d.II.. was but 1 9 Cincinnati. July 13.TluIJroPO.fOti to a prominent electrical campao1'Cont.racta .The Norraanille was" owned t b, ; 9t
y('ar:" of -. for the construction and ,
a,
\ contempt charge against Helm ,.
;
.i\e. Mayor
of Prefect of Police Shouvaluff. Dumont. of New York but ha a ,
,:Moscow who reaterday, warn at' asY4lllated It U titiMiifht that ho' was drlnktntcst bold of Newport, KyM which had been equipment In Cuba of the largest, electrical << chartered by him to John A J I.1. >'

while receiving' petitions, ac the time he committed the raah net ordered by United State Judge Cochran railway system ever Intltlated plenwood.Mr. M I

because of the mayor's actions In by American Interests outside of the Rudd board theo ..
:it ordlng: to the latest Information was United was on
'kuipired'' by motive of vengeance ou Aped Farmer Dies While Plowing. connection with the Imprisonment of States. The company' !Is t at the time of the collision sn) r.r

.trtM: : part of the assassin who laid at I Itnlon. B.C.: July 13.A special<< Calb }Powers<< la the Newport jail build and lines operate a net work of Interurban from him that the police of 1' 'fl'f'CelYM tI.

:\\W. Count BhouvalofTs door the responslbUity from Cross heir in this county, says has been dropped after a long distance of Havana and radiating from the city the meager Inform.,' loa re ; 0'Ir

: for his. recent arrest, although a tragic lh.'lLtlX't'urNd near herewben telephone talk "between the ludgean' covering an extensive girding the district.
In
territory the
Interior of the Islas .
the officials In Newport. The char
there la absolutely no evidence that Andre Lamb a fanner about [* which baa
t t ..... prefect had no cognisance of the 7i )rasa old, tlroppett dead. while plus of resisting federal officers in the -per.forsnancw facilities.hitherto been without transportation Novel Plan of Boycott. e.'

aIIa1r. InK alono 'tu a Held ills fall frightened of their duties, however will About 1:5 miles, Victoria. B. C. July 13.-M* +4- I ill,
the horse be pushed th. and the two will. be constructed at first Involving 1
which' Immediately ran this mayor po.lICf'mf'n vices from Hong Kong tell of a car. G.
General StosU Arreated. home. Inn family, thinking "something who acted under his order expenditure The of nearly $5/H>O.(OC>. plan o/ campaign adopted br Ch'a! N

must b.. wrong sent at once tolnvstlgate being held for appearance before t4Ualted e road beside ita passenger! tt ai In South China to further the t...-\ '*
8C Petersburg. July 13: -The Nash! tic will Inaugurate freight service. ; d
suit States- commissioner tomorrow. movement achandis -.*
found the old man who against United Stat
d, bJo. prints a report that Lieutenant i .r'
had MpiMrr-ntly area Wealthy Chinese of T.& I'
!
General 8lcwsret l has been feeling well when Five Hundred
# placed' under Chinese Drowned. !lit
j leaving home Iylo& dead In his tracks. Hearing Standard Oil Cases Dot'. In Sannin district have 1m;-- "=J
srrt at Tsarsko 8k The ground t.tiowf that he had been Kansas City. July 13.: -The hesrlngIn thousands. of :Japanese. fan ( roe
% of the revelations by the com- received by the emperor r-f India, of "
walking at a moderate'<< rate when h.. the suit to oust the Standard Oil aide! of which they have baa rr !C.ketch.
't:,, ,mission which has been Investigating the drowning of over 500; Ch4nes
tels.-d with the the Republic Oil a* ... C 7
the << attack of heart- trouble. company, company printed of Americana Ie
; defense and capitulation of PoArthur a result of the collapse of
an .
over* .
.
?C -- and the Waters Pierce Oil company treatingtbe Chinese and on c-r
\ and that the sword of honor crowded mat shed on the banks of .
.
andlts tbe .* 1
and Cut Threats Ha..ed. from Missouri, UA the ground that they side sketches of Dutfaloe b*" I "
} +i0aated t"y a number of Preach ad went river, near Canton. Outside 9t ul ..
San Prsnclnro. July 13.-A story ol axe really one and the same concernand en and lll-ot ed. are printed T **
i a1.ra of Utneral Stoeraelwill not be City, northwest of Canton, a lanre.
ets.rnte4. wholesale execution at the little vll have combined la restraint of gathering bad ter press accompanle the *>c. 't*

lace of Talklu. a hundred miles 'DlaD4tram trade, was resumed at noon Cods y. the dragon boat assembled to witness ealllnc upon the Chlnetio ,u -Uk .t-

Vusan. Flora. bar. bn brought There alp *4gMor ten wttne*'"- yet festival D-nsecrowds Americans by hormttlnr" thHr ,.n 1' 'jT....
Authorities Fear ( flocked to a mat shed
Mutiny.
to Sn Francisco by the leer, V. K. Merailand. tu b, examined, some of whom formerly built or.sTile tans are being widely sirsrrl: ,
the river.
Reval. Uu.ti*,, July 13.- The structure gave laa
? ? Beingappre* ..a Nla.loDartoo came home were employee. of the &a>Mla rd wayand la south China.Fame .
,.aeaalve bf a mutiny the authorities precipitated them all Into the rtr.r. .
oa the steamer Kor-x.. bit
In le
.. M thai company.
h..., bare ordered the A few saved -taem*.!ves but .
sailors the
of th* a w.*k .0 men charged with b-rlng *** Prerer Die of C*"c.r.lJoatoca.
i tulaa cruiser : otbre w J'. drawaeS, h
flo Mlnlne and* Kreml 1 Dandles and cut throat wer haaievd; eftapart Went Accept Passes July 1:.-Professorr | ....
be reUevrd of their' arm. So muca by order of the Japan*** ttoreromesag 8. Wood, of Harvard ).le.-Ilc.1 .x..
jtUcooteat bera aL11si+ July 13.: - : manifested sm A party of Korean soldiers 1 were tbe a fatDous IB examtnmr' _-sbJood. "]
at tbe navy department that expert } ,
SecretaryItooapart Tastier C
RWt Morocco
; the crews of the warships' Jury 13,Mo-bam .
...".. owing to the ea.rutba.ts. Fur many months brMjof hM o.UI.-4 hits position lareferesTee med 19' Torras, Is dead at ai* seer bom :
.. the
quality of
food rpreeptstllve
e, of
supply
Tbe ofCt- outlaws had bn ,. M 'f'I'o
rnbMng '
and 1'0. to accepting Poca It had been HI for
c.r ,who pass.s for fret the suit** piss fur orei-cn Set
t* hd responsible { .r r.,, haareceived
for this d<*Ttait la tam counto urmundiiig Tit l. traasportatioA on the railroads by returning soath' with caaeer rf the la"" s"'
tale of affair aaa been; placed and Vn, The ..uuOt"C Information to tae .C, ct, that tiff
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aD1. so s rioruthi 9ae.e. ,that have bee" -a Mat to tae .He waa born la dpusbridte *
tapers tore ..
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.t the Ji.i+anetK ordinal] the wo\a victory seas *
eit rtulaation him with tkaafca. for: the courtesy, but the **' " )He gave expert tectimoay IB
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