Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: 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: February 9, 1892
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01790
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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MAXY PEOPtE ROASTED TO
DEATIEH

AWFiM CRMiS FOR ASSISTANCE-SCENES
s-0 HEARTRRESIIMG. -AS TO- APPAL THE-
fiPECTATORS-JUMPiyG INTO THE JAWS
OF- DEATH -
XLEW YoBR, February 7.-About 3
o'clock this morni nr fine broke out ir
the basement of the 1five-story brick
building at ss and- 6S Sixh ave:xi',,
known asw the Hotel Royal, of whith
Sichard Mearsis proprietor. -The hotel
was completely destroyed,-the 1oss be-
oing estimated at r250,000- Over one
hundred people are supposed to .have
.st their li-ves. A number of bodiesQ
have been recovered and removed to the
West Thirteeath street station.
PALTICUILARS OF THE-DISASTER.
The disaster. appalling in horror,
bringing to mind the terrible occCur--
rences in Park Place, still fresh in thr
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-pui ti9c U. m UCi olturreut Hi Ln-ts L j ri. i - i
thismorn The otel- R ,- K tat l e r e in Wa shingnton- CityalM, ae. -. Ba !iort. mel. l... ;
-wel-known. lad mark Bhi- a sal ma clay, to $300, Henry Huggins, 1b acre, -rhe people recoSnizing itahim a man
wet n ar eu a t to 400; Samuel Joscph, to 1f00; Jack- N o, while .he hs n.ver -ught office.!
-eo mo- a quarer oso ntuny ai Cons .tnan John Weanor, o ew Welch, relieved of assessment o" I b--een pressed into public m "ie -by
thelsoutheasteorner of sixth avenue ork isiting anford Hla. It 's .- ",, o -
and 'ortieth street, was burned tO o-the. ortedthathe will retarnnomc Wth .. ,ho.o- h j a _.te worki .hi e hs e w
ground a a rge um r o pept hil bride. That- where 4.- -I Estrifi hIas done- a S.perintendant Public In-
-- seated or crurhe in- the e Ct. - .- p ed with Chlapter 3-1 Laws of 1struction att t ia esa a a an of-1
NuieL a Cott Schley has been relieved of the Florida, he be grant-a permit to sell K of rare executive ability: and
ru .. te t o t d e command of the Baltimore and will be- wines, liquors and beer in Election Dis- jjmdement -He is one of lhe most elo-
:- : ear y ; --- gt-s r -i n the oetatlioned at Staten Island n charge f strict No. 0. ent and brilliant speaker in the state, j
te e .iy es_ _alol. u_ e ,fl- the third lighthouse district. Capt. Wil- i That the following county paupers be is record publieand private .-without
-em- O' t- ulb- toM- eoe "e -li Whiteheaod wii be detailed -from paid $3 each: John Nero. Gilbert Wil- a blermih, a s a man of mdthubt- I
ave. is fa ir obe peopd sixstot n navy yard to the command tiiams, Leonora Holder, Kate Gibson, ed l, onor and iitecritv. t tihePat he i
.h hun os al dx-th' re prte tof the Baltimore. Robert Hines, Jacob Brown, L. F.hs beenanindefatigable worker or the
M m thie boMt and six-tbree -reported I - ] .... .
-- e. OHidred are still missing. A- Columbia S. C. dispatch that Qu J. n Frank ak Sal- p of his te aay holding
Tle Tm-nber of dead will probably -noit Rev. Georg W W. Kildrow, a student a at Jo non. W illams, Peter Lewis, individual ieres subo-rdinate
-exeel, on laterestimate thirty per- the Theological seminary, committed one Am- Ifae hitue
-_- .. i suicide there on Saturday by almost] cnda- ndla il .. r The N_- ..ti e 7ven-
.- WFL 5-C-ESOF D-ETH. -- evering his ea.il from his Y- i, t.it a land, Elizabeth Canton,'Keziah Slade, i wtilnti hie-adelirate Ltas to pertfom.
-v W .rS ar.F TTH._ i. .heaet r.om t s, .ltuei an R Rankin. That obert Adkins and ibut in placing the nme4 Major Rs-
- T. "e n "weret eartending and p- r-or. The- a-co,,,t a.,.. Iwie b. thebeof tae ,te ae
:-i&-e -ihefiremen and -polieemen- and his young ife had just kft the '- mistake. for' there ioe man above
._ trriele .._ o ..o. K-ldrow wan married- in Sh- That the following bills be -'paid: S. an oi who m hbarm i the dlisa-
-- "_G, Matthews, 40.2O 0for services as dep- feeted ee'ment. unify e Demoratie
thk e Srm ~ brokeot ambulances ar- In a letter addressed to Hon. J. S. uV sheriff; J B. Cullen, $3 for -ervices ^irtv and l.ad it to a criftpas videtr
:ft :thke various hospitals. Many Caarkson, .Chairman of the Xational asdetr eriff:W. H G avr for ~ he ,ng-- ain nthat m-is A.
ias whbse asidees are in the Repubhliean Committee, dated February i for Jim Pr1ideat; WIlliam- & J .~."iI^c tT.
w werequiyon the sene 6th, Seeretary Blaine ays: ,I' am nota 1Hi, $7.50for mattresses for Jail; Louis LE- I.MO- imKL$ -
1m. couldfto relieve; the npresideny, and my |R nx, $88 for feed of prisoners; L. rW.I Plaa.t nLmm Dri -- .
BRIMei the oe wil'ot go btore the Repub-lu r enn, rvi4e asa-erI sheaff, C tptloanB
w ationaConvention." stJo Colemann. $4.2 la- -t-k eEiois
.-t .-. em jf mque1t J h n ht_ ) .... k o VII .... s;,
--.. ........ A- sensation was created at Ottumwa, $29, expenses Cireit Court .85, bailiffa d e take Lemon Elixir.
ii tylI.at la e Bofthem. iow, -on Saturday b thediscovrery tet serving 12 venires $1-94-90, home For s'teeplesis ervosuessn and
S b: ta-e-n at 'clokhi-o the jury .in the ,ase .Fits.immos, hire $3 attached witness $615,- in-i ure take Leo Elixir.
S- cha d with burglary, hadd at: qest Jim President $7.9 attendance Fe, Chils D ebity t
:orm, wen i card.M- a the nmp- a verdict of guilty by casting lots. The on Cirit Court 2-, totfor natural aid thoroui or-
jr-teir went to bed; When the flames ud hearing Of this, immediately set Bevill, for services as bailiff; John. gaui rmilation, take Ltemon Elixir.
: ftasse side the verdict and ordered a ne WCannon. -in afor priintig 30 boids; 1D. Mozly's ionixir wi t
r ite evv1ator shaft te entire bUld- f ail vo t in a tam
tial. The jury had placed six slips & to.. $365 for lumbue r sn of trheiove ameddis
he jur h| .Yat""o- ees, al of l e-which ariei from a torpid
_lwtmttpy en ein p-per marked '"guilty" and six marked i for bridge: L. X. Pearce, $15 for re- ordiseased liver, sorfch, k eys or
-MAD [APS -Oi P. "-insane' in a hat. One was draw br pairs ot Cox' bridge; W. . Matthews, i bowels. -
Whe l Mr. Xears reached safety in-the- a juror whose back was turned. $.119 for repairs of bridge near Tren- .Prepared only by Dri MzLv At- o
street there e reazed that his wife was. ton; R. B. Weks, $20) for services onan, (a. nd bottes d-
im. At oent the roads; J. A. Ca.lisle, $149.58 for" sr-: Lzemon Het-trorp
-oAn" ladder tu arrioed. B he Hertily, with relish, an t-without di '!
boa an&I tldderlrcE -arrived.- ByahI tress fterward If not, we recoit-end icess ag clerk Ciruit Court W. L. Sei- Crims all- C(oug-hsCd,; HoarseneCss-
fte ladders Mears and another to yon Hood's Sar ria which ler, $1 for pulling tooth for prioer: oreThroat Bo t neumoni,
lady were saved with- light iniurie.f create a good appetite and soinvigoratess Gainesville Ga compan, $2.93 for ga H al tsoat and n di-
frehe fire opa arrived one [the stomach ad bowel thathe food i f, December; J. A. Carli-le, $0 for Anl-gat and !be prpartion
iproperty digested and all its nutriment b iet -' rdi Pr ron
Swose name is t k p arys county auditor; Romeo Bris- 2. cnr t d i Preared only
fro a third- story window and wazs -- hon. $b0 fJr salary a ja itor. by-l)r. H. Mozlhv., Atlanta, (1.
-ased to eiath-n he ground Hods are purely etle That the bond-of J. gH. Post a auc-; .an;G.iarch 2..,
N- e' AYeNAt-H ..C .. """M"" ,. "-iv" but- do not VN-N&,v -3
P-ople turned their facesaway rfiee tonr in he o $ with W. esrs L an
at the sight. Thi -was on the Sixth av- Hod'- i e r H. I.vis and W. A. CoIciough as sure-* -w -%w offering w~h weakness and
eti.- side of the building. i --- tie, be approved. general dbilitbei nmo -in-apai-
iw ie lueiwnaias BucfcleB*Arlmen Sve. , .k fro mz. .-r* tf attend inwiiot bA1Dne-s. I
A momentlaterthe a r man leaptlt -BuTkles Ar. c d rve. i hatthe accounts of the sheriff. 'a- tt f romattndin Jm -l tt r=1is. ir
from a-window-onthe FotieTh- streti The-best-tisaiv.in the world for elt, h d wa;- for-ed to call on_)r. 'Whiwbea, f',r
f strt b-rseyres..ue Fl rs alt rheut, fever tTe-- of 4he peae- and onw-ab!ez.- a tr.a1d -nt. it- 3 a: once pt me on P. P.
ideiid w s lstalyv illed hortlyv iore, ~,, pr .haph, hands. chblaicin. Icerk, juries and witnesses j ataint the 'P.-- Prickly Ah. I Root and Parta -
afterward two women jumped from a tcrn, ad lskin eruptions, and Ilosli State be approved in dnplicate.. a. l:kna rrA iptioo thre- o'-
- .- twively .ure- pile-,, or no- pay. rT juired. i - _. i - t',,&. nV .ntalth.TprQV ..aB,antotatO
window on the Sixth avenue side an1d Whereupon the Board adjournmo until u me m with inprn.ra .l
rbdits whee tpckeds. er dedji r o o.eev refunded Prike "cent tomorrow aormiog. a dobilirt a$l casarrb, at now
eies were trket to the Thirtteth stretperbox. For *ale.-bV Ballard A, Wal 1- _co.tnpardvelr a W. _P--_.
sttro boaue end afterwards, being i- "- a m GtSsBILL, February 3.--Board -.; Wh'or i
imtied.; were removed. to the morgue. S uamiti Hotel. met this day, Preset, R. B. Weeks, ._ 1 ,.'- --.
SnaIBaADTtr KSAPI,-. M'rs; C. JS.'eagle harvin. assumed t)n- )preadent J. W. Carter, W. -J. Mat- A I1 .t_ t
dro.pe .m t" w iotol of the Sm-ritan Hotel, -trh a ithew ,L N. Pearce and T. B. EtI. !nirictor.. L iPh Jda'c-al CT.B-t f
People dapd fktoia .the wmdows or -; an ben wy furnished rued i r F--ior d-Aia .. i-
s tdowns i rp with whic every and will be conducted in fir-t-cls 0 T i e f tdowing eng n .S OR-
rme ii thehMl^is provkfed, andothers style. The patronage of the public is be made in the .-.esmnent rolls of 1-4i. ~ o-g Ei 31oa. 11
n e- b rz. -. F, l3. )i-riab-- o A oi nat Uf4,t t.,.
wi their wits about thr tbe tr respetful- ited. Rates v.ry re- oit: r, - :*4
escape so good dvi atage. A cnie1 j enablee. jm *ITi L.R.B ais, 3-9-17. asse*~ment be tut an. mtu | ottief pmaia iniTet- -
abeBnum r of thse escaped by theff Flesh a tmas of dt-a-i^se. t-mni;k'nt. PFd^ed tO $-4 ^"^1 94i ^S.. Sto $4020- c-'.?.-'l: a writ tarbt-
m fleanrote tlpper storiesweietdly i hopeless the ystem an entire wreck, I, to $,: 3ti-.lS, to $100 33-9t--. tO mr^ i Iai oivti ae .rtcii d
seoe- h by the flames btrstin- ro -nerves all untruing, yet .-P, P was $o; ass^mzea-: b rh Iueu... e S,d ;- anfli th ff-! R uc id writ-;
e- w _-id ws. .- .O .a taken mland entire cure made. At- t to i o 4"- i: Rawiuana. e .- an yoa are biatre- r'qid to. -u'I and -.
-.. ...o-- -- -s ......i-nl d to die t an dir 5.e-.ctio R i.ns of Pi- s. P. P. O a i* f4 s m a t 1 . r
l i te bead of hair in th -ay, but. and all blood disease mca virld sowly v-.-: R. B". P:lrr to 1... _:; and 're d. 4h. 1. Oi.h-
..aedteno mharm rm but surely. _.. t. t I e lands .-fe-.ed to -. Ciumer a ia,^, T)"-rtt~ ;
'Orr~ f~lcaafyOu% bo-wA~i~g of u^- c ^ whkic are as esedt at over $3 be ret I i-fXjjr^hl '.
-a atlet lt Brim lfdown f -tain- Mri-H. M- .King in r ha. r sveom dAd < tO a per acr. -i
rt to wmmtaw and snferesd ottHig hr resds-niki estati-to -orse tha afew t-. .. anrdi i coninmodius rozu e ver the i ent b.r.rquir td- L make a fill s-at'.-
-...-_ .Fifcw-rB<. m Bank: --nt o rall froa tax co Cece^ from a /- A :


aWFl-I CEX SFOtR Ul8P. i tmanidng tbl(oe who tbiAve before he a, . Bi
w u san. tel$^rl BoLe wr jM i tendd a iberal patronag*. -Ae truth l P orre for the $1a
e lto all herolld friemnd,. and s n many rid 4x during the year 1 891, *a d '
a r l t r qu"a rW etA itg for -betp. but thev el -k a d we Tr e ai is trl y ae ,, 4V$ t
,eourb otr~tl ^ the ruins. mmmand -couvrMent to **,. Mr, Kinzsbirr s *.t-* 4 .a .* -m.
-oaer k o ne a e .. sm oar ies e iwin. ir taopie to be a-omspazird w it- -tw, t echers,.
w---- whbo entrust 1thir work to e(r. aid *tube of **ID one so colleted ndi
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1"t by it, it -AMr.i j E Thaz bme 4-hriff be enaiklres to haee v-"
VMS--- g.- -- M- -eMi-c ae rEalu, f iaf, Ill. .ti e tNa t crt o rt r- -.- It... a .id "
te la Uwe h -- -- 9tSrb p aes themeat that e -cangt. r pr ver'l d.. 1`..- T -e6i. Han e 4- F F -ll
- ise prefeisatin and wit patted cold, wNIch ettiled 0 ho r lung: h- ttthanse-4it-wi Tththo dfiid tie$ leectk ia ^^lwt tf rbrat irWwbr W
cborft<*rJ.r by-ptly as iAa bmy tosi kalof i e svw 1- hay
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e e poit-This a be- THE COUNT conI:[1SqlONRS .& Bro. $3.* wr twa Tpair bhnk-ets for
ieved to be F. C. Levy of the firm of raeim Bu
Ley, Strauss & Freeman, a Bills Paud--Othtr Business.- 1Rtx_ -'.n .-
lothini rm on Broalway. The body GAIYNESVLLE, February 2nd.-The c.. #1,:- O-oJ
was burned and disfigu red. The four -Botrd of County Commissioners met th D.-W. ~,Inp-
others are the bodies of two men and thi day. rPresent, R.t B..Weehk,_ presi- er,- be. euestedl to redu ,te a
.twwoomen. It is feared-that the search dent, L. X. Pearce, J. W. Carter..J W. Wtont W. o(
Of the vast smoking pile of debris in Marthew, and T. B. El: lembreein Certificate o. 29, of
the cellar will reveal many ghastly Ordered-That the iollow:ng changes ales.1
tiuds. It was-reported at a late hour and-reductioas b madeby the txo elected litof 300 urrs wa
that no less than a hundred people are lector in the tax rol i,f 181l: 4"189 .
still missiwr i The Bakri &I arnjot ied.
Stii.ssing. -W Ti-on. assessment on lots 1,2 & a j d.
CONDENSED DISPATCHES. 3& 5,.Lot 4 .3--22. be reducedto $1- J. A. C A-i Clerk.
S500 J. C. Richard, on all lands, to $4. Major A- as.eil for G"v-uor.
Adjuiut it-General William 'MeCle- . l
.-- .t ; .I. S. Dupuis, asment 0t O j sOXmESVI -LE, Feb. 4.--EOrroB SN:i
land, of Pennsylvania, died on Suday. acres, 15-7-si, to per ere known the polial pot i beinning to siml- i
lon. Johu M. Thaver wat-fullr -ir-j~ N- E. 36-3-16, to. 50; M:it-e A. we ak sa in your l p-
renders the uern-alorial chair of Xc- Rilere, W.i 6-3- to 3i; to aggest the name oi JajorA.J.
* br.sfki ztoGovernor Btyd. J L Riviere, to $1-50;Mrs.:AE.-3Murphy. { Iellasour next.andidaie for Gov-i
Capt. ,.n. oF :C. ^:w-,, T -.-Ii tol,$1750:L. L. Lambert, to $300: un-e
eve "d a.]k nown -. m-32--1 I, to 00; W. C. U.mi-, -Major Bussell i. a man w]o is unnier-j
rt-lie'e Capt. Remey awn re-u coin-.-." : 4
mad ofthe t-harleston. to.$2,O; W. Wi-on, 212t-li-- o -.)-lyknown mnd k almiredl'throughouttC
mand o0 U e j$100; J.D. lod!ge, rto $3: Mrs. F. A. I td8stie on account of his many noble I
The- frn works at Haughsvill., near Brown,X E. ~of S. W. --, to $100:!aiut-es of-harat adhere is per-
Inrdianapolis, ha-ve beei destroyed by s. i of S. E. 16-S--21, tao$290;G.L. h o other man in Fbrtida whose
tire. Loss, lFI0,900 insurance. ,, 0. Lan", to $400; P. B. EL Dutley, -29-I nane for governor wouhi add more
Rear Admiral Andrew Bryson,. U S. 18, 0- acres, to $500; J. A. erso..: to st.ngth! to the ticket or !n?-ire tie .same e
Yv-v (retired. flied oSaturday at his : Mi. Myra Johnso-ns, Ito .00; er, hid ndee among the people as would


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Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasafr
.and refreshing to the taste, and aep'^i
gently yet promptly on the KidneyI that
iLiver 'and Dowels, deanses the -syuSty
item effectually, dispel colds, heae that
Inches and fevirs and cures habit v e
constipatio. Syrup of Figs is -tihei
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ts action and truly beneficial in its i
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SSyrup oF f Fis is for sale in 50C |
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