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: July 10, 1893
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01804
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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WILL F15)THESY,
A R AHAITS TO BE H-E ON-LY
4 MEDIrr. IN-GAINFi--
A VILLETO REACH THE PEOPL.FoA .AN -.D-
V VE-RTISEMENt-iN ITS COLU--MS IS MO3-ZTY
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ELEVENTH YEAR


GAINESVILLE, FL DA, TUESDAY


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MORNING, JULY 10, .893. TEN CENTS A WEEK


LAID LOW BY THE

A VIOLENT STORt ATtACKS T
LARGE OFCLERIONT.


W A Graceful At.
*iI LiKEILAND, Fla.. July i10-The Co'n-
Sfederate veterans of Polk cou-ity hive
]R E'it-! oranizel ; Fravn-ic Biir;tw 42iu.I .i
-Confederate veleraus.. Al fhV i-'; ;


R ALL OYER T ST ATE-i

WHAT IS TRANSPIRING IN THE LAND
OF FLOWERS. !


d"offered hr I'-rrr N. D,-Leon, an tx
Confi-derats of Iolk Compliment hr. l he New, of the State Condensed-The
... t i i t# naval & off oe t
Grant-Robbery at Hampton-The Ger- ,,- i ivv -' Improvement Made an- Enct rpri- lIB-n
man Army Bill-Killed in a tiot adh1---| Projeeted-Religious. Social, Political .
World's Fair Gronndg Storm-swept. ved, That F-r:,iT- .. Bartuw :rnPoint. -
CLERMONT, Fla., July 10.-This place cani. United Cuo.fed-rae vvt,-ranu, prp- The little 9-year-old daughter of Mr.
wa.s. visited by a violent wind storm-yVs- -n. rh.ir olml. ._nt, t. Mrs. U. S. a idMrs. Frank Hieks of Hampton was -
ierdav evening at five o-'clock. Henry Ina.l deirs, t, ,x!rt-, th-ir t,.i bitten by a mo-ccaon last Saturday avd- I-- -
Sandersoims house Wa blown off of it: ft]! apmr-ciation of ih.-r recent grai-tfiL Aied on Sundav.-Starke Telegraph.
foundation: J. P. Courier's house was -acs ot-courtUv toMrJ. effer-on lis_ It is claimed that the amount due the | K 'W tLEnDG
badly wrecked, and John Flemingo thi widow of our IaIntte] chif, state for taxes by the F. C. & P. rail-o a m
hous-e W:- completelyy wrecked. Re-sled. That rhis nc:o th road amounts to $.00 and which have comfort a improvement ad
blowndownandClara Gsn d p ltbeen accumulating e e rightly The many, who live bet-
boPat G&1om1 (colored) G-ouse was. p-art of Mrs. (all!'itftouvien the hc:uj- o.a o
blown dwn, and Clara Griso, aed our pople a] it f lit According to the Tallahasseean tbe liti- tr than others and enjoy life more, with
12 years, was killed instantly. Maria -the hi?-ric prier of her ,.r-;t itoban. alion dates back to the administration Ies expendiuire, by more promptly-
-Grissom was badly bruised about the Let u- hav- pi-ac-. i.-. ilt-etl b':-u;it, :t of ex-Governor Bloxham.-Times. adapting the world's be products to
-head and facet another vhild had it- reality and announce- to tihe world thatb ithe needs ef ihvical being, will atlt
eam broken in two place and one we have once more a ut i r Those who imagine that orange- the value to hlith of the pure liquid
a chil' lebroke n n bropae. n o-. i" c ty w"hei. th it.- grrowing is overdone in Florida uni rI laxative principles embraced in the
-bild tLe wmbrokta. iQmous country wherein the bitter- 7
the business has become unuprofitable:. -S;, .o ic. .-- -.
The other inmates of the Grissomi ne*s of the pa-st has been forgotten-" the buse as beome uP bie y S e is
of the ,, -.are badly m i.taken Its exellene is due to its present "
l~~~~~hr isove Thtao ofthser,
house were uninjured but thev had to. Resolved, That a copy of these re ar. n m aKen. nere .n e form most acceptable and pleas-
h)u, wit ..:Ant to the -a t e_ the refreshing and- truly _
be cut out of the ruins of the house with iluons be sent to Mrs. Gran', coupled more money and les labor in grow n to the tate refreshing and tr ly
axes y the neighbors. with a hope that she may eujoy a long, oranges than any other crop made. The beneficial properties of a perfect lax-
e epee aceful and happy life. older the trees the more profitable are .ative; effectually cleansing the system,
The Crtan Eadeavorers. p u a a thev. Can that much be said for any dispeling colds headaches and fevers -
I. ._NV- L -haaa ul.-0,h,!L. t__ Do*o.u Trake., ..k, -. :an rmenveun_ constipation.
MONTREAL, Canada, -The Tae other crop grown It is just the re- permanently cu ingcontiao
cosin the C.h a Endeavorl Medicine for? Because vou are sick -. l t ... it has gI venH sai-faction to millions and
el. in., ~ell -ane o theuz Toita ne vp -" i: - .- '" "nt h .]e appnwal
Convention on flthe'side of Drill al and want to get wel, or eeae vo ee with all other.-Metropolis n wt T val of the medical
unda nigh Were characterize by wi.h to prevent illness. Then reanem- The prettiest thing we have seen in.1 proT'2, ;on., beeauz it at- n the Kid-
-m-unday nhlit were characterized- by Liver and )wels. wi hout weak-
Smuch warmndhaki i that Hoods arsaparilla cures all the way Kelsey plums was a lmb three h-m and it is perfectly free from
disea-es caused by reblood' an';fe in leii~th containinZ sixty-nin
among the women delegates who had i usedby impure blood and feet in enth oninin st ne ever obectonable ubstance.
formed friendships in thecity d the and debility of the system. It is not f plum which was on exhibition at Her- rupof Fis ifor sale by all drug- .
sinn oreof. od With You- Till We what its proprietor. say but what burger & Richard's store lst MondaW. i-ts inpr. sac anui wl bottle, but it is man-
i I vr Hood's Sarsaparilla DOES. that tells the Thi extraordinary specimen of plu an'te:r M eet Again.T' It W;-" very im pressive, .1.4 1f ar p. E.. -ac e ae i tee nam e S pn ,donf enr
Sldeit wa ualv impresive Story of its merit. Be sure to get Hood kind was rown on the place o W e name is prinedon every I
-adotrtide it wa -rw onqva th Vi J.rzv 1--alo t-e aname Syrup of FIg,-
in another way. Thoit-ands of people and only Hood's. Low at Crystal lake. seven miles south- an]jfin well informed, vou will not
in anoher wy. 1h>and ot peple ______ ea of town.--Starke Telegraph. su aep sttittitei : frd
-congregated on the. Champ- de3 Mars Purely vegetable-Hood's Pills-, t o
Sand Craig .treet in front of thebhll and 2,. Robert E. Wbitehurst. brother of the -.-
| teat and wet. Eieiiiw- (it ? a riot were| wi P--r b P mi4al of Tarpon Springr who wa. - - - -
t a d -w -t. E t met~t there in fitl1 for,-e. "l'e talk a.. -. ... murdered Tue-dav. arrived in the ,v .
Carmere han's ll-ie emrks -u 10-hEmperor William
IRLIN, JU CarmarthanI? 1-Emtperor rll and gave an account of the cae. Depo- s ave
-..Crmatha' ll-tmedremrkshadreceived yesterday noon. Herr yo-n "" "" / .V Xmw
Spread all over Montreal. athd -la the recev y -.rty ,ol er -T ,v IeritY Jh.n Moo le fr, pon it n. P-
tLeve-tzow, president of the reichlrt.{anzd o l f g J
I crowd were many who were bound tuth ^ *rlt Hc thex. Vimn# tfr in the af-rreon to ar-,,
- avenge theiusul, which they cnsidered tifaetion with te po---i in the de r
sifa t o wit ril (i it D o I -" "- <|"t v ~ ''


I niUF u L .-* 'J. -L'.^ -L" army bill. adin theft ,0od -iri ... - ., DI
French-Canadian Roman Cathohlic re fritontedecive v. wudirfatil he Embia ,.,, ,I f \, BiHs
": "- -. ~~for f-t on the deei-ive vijt& v~il,'ia r. y "" ,-. ... -r ::t ) |
lizopn comes In before everything n, ha- the.c.. tat-i- ans other nation-. Theprobtbii- in~truct- ha-te conv R Tl
Then there were thousand aembled mressothernatio. The probabili
-Then there were .4 nbe, -th-us.-il-. ,-ty that the bill wil era sdb -a lr e ~ruc-ti-i i, -.w fairiv -!rt~red. foiki) U |. 1-
who had resolved to protect the Chris- joty tha th billaw incre ased in. thle nolTie lic sl i ho.l buair i, .K ,-,l f -BBtUS BID .B l .
t -uEndoyaorersiwhenntheyaleftdthe-in the 1tohe puib as tzl bir It :
tiauEndeavorers whe they left th forty-eighthour Herr von -Ko "o blk- rio r. (.. ". " THE GREAT REMEDY
7,hall, if neea. The rw antagon a e sec t-kl d o, r. von Gazdewski, leader of 're-idenee on Tenth avenue. The FSA- L LO.3o AD SI O!sA -
eexen ts m tecrwdept a-a rep-- the 'oles have pledged to the govern- ini will contain four roony. a. t ant d -r-
ful distatice front -each other~ awaid 44 'ea! ingn~rfai -
tuh dotap e from other awaing ..." --ment. the solid vote of their party A. be erected upon the late-t a mot a Cz'FiAIc-SS. az -.tU
A ngtheropen otbesta.oors qwe w e group of. the: clericals have refused to proved plans for -sch 4 -buildm.. ....S., M,,S,. ISWNS
support Dr. Liebers proposal to send esatcolNews. and an E .s spyIIN
near arthaousad mimmtliren, m p em| bl, t,, .the, ,ommittee. The, elm,-n-1 ....., u. ,... ioa blixcld 2sm-- IT mr_ 3- --tioni are
lotes, and the-' -opposin crow o n- I cm e The half block of land donated bvr ,ro p_. r
2to tro tl t rowG O~m-!. .ell ....and his.. .nts.... ve t" confidl n .. . -. t .
istedot the lower classes- of:-eorer andhia tarevery- W. D Chipley -to the Pearl. E" ror
___________ELIXIR. SENIT -F REE w~rL~tRZS
Ca- ad-anspncpal 0 quarrymen from LEMON ELIXI. Home for orphans, at Pensaol,. i- MLOO) BAL CO.& Atlanet
Corte St. Lue, or others of like -stamp. A Plsant Lemon Tonic. beautiful -ituated two blocks wct of "
Ocrasiltaiiiv tht VteiIvonteer- -nd li- For Biliousness. Constipation and Ma-i Mr. Alexander Stoddartzs residence on W I Nl MffT gffgMTla M0 .
adbrit: fe I izank tA itt"" dlana. :th street. The institution is a noble
rite hh.-I ~ ~ Champ For -Indigestion,- Sick and NervousIhryta hul pelt vr
dh ,r,-nt tell into) |in|- -.:. 'd iirehedt dis," .. .. .,he... '. -" ..t. o -_
th _^ .i Pot l cIharity that should appeal to evervy | I1 J1 |_1 .rl
rouh,! .l-- hi,.,-k ,,,.i.,..._ t i< thamin Headache. I " I
ir ~. ..r p" I"' ".l did For Sceeplessne Nervousness and heart. Let everyone do their part aind.| J I| l I
like iV,- Mari- ;,h1,- -tr ',ns- .he b lok -to di reara commodious home for the little I | l
t. -t Titer ,- a. r |e ForFeverChills Debility, and Kid- orphans. Already there are IS orphans J i l
ne" .. -.. Theyhey Diseaes, take Lemon Elixir. _ ,_, fo byteKin,_ D__h_ ___
-eyedl earhoth-r j-,d,.y. .,d e--.h -| L.,adies, for natural thorough organic b cared f-or b." th-e .Kin frs .agh' t g.dto.__
meit the bitter fe .-iin.. _cre.ed, in .eulation. take Lemo E _xir. ter's"-in charge of the institution, and ,. TUBP-ftCWrWAMY*
ER0 - I as
evidencee of which parti-sa-i tune -wef r Mozleys-Lemon Elixir-s pre- there are more to be cared for.-Newz. P.O. Bs. awuroi.c..
.ted .bythoa of luty La d.pared- from the freshjuice of Lemons, Wa Pse e YmwM W i_
T mtctd by tbousanids of lusty 01Mal .. .. .... "..... emale Weake**rosUve cu"'. -im m~
eombned with -other vegetable' river WID TO T-'P1ee "-form our-
TIF -TuFEDITCR.-PLORw, I PAiR 1TS.
pandemonium mreined. tonimes, and will not fail you in any f reaer, that f have a tve reme for theLDRPAREI o
Tb was the situation when the door the above named diseases. 54C. and $1 thousand and one ills which arise from BSoMr
of the al were thrown open. Every- bottles at druggists. deran-dtemaeorgns. Isall be glad to to 4
Of th hbalt en tlyrowb open. Ebveyr- t ... ). .*- "zlv At- send tWi bottles of my remtdly r~EEto any stetr wwdow1twtt .o meilOid sd.cuittnm
a riodelegtes Dr. H. -'. Umd tartnewladI. o csge ar a drics. Sto o tv
bef -e- oetedl -- -rnt. The-.1 ,, ndpldOIt yy ur a.. y t |iy ifthey will send their press and P. A lri- ToU ttW,?24 toiciyrn
body~~ana expILe a4o.Te.eeaesia addresWes Yours r*-] etfully. DR- L- P.' Sendfor new UV& 2So gcbxe for sip gf3u
am ed fnmth.e-ball and turned tothe ---- MACAi SI.UTICA N ga L
west end--es and in______y volunteem__
west end nd insaut To teers Vrom exWerienc* In my family. D)r. W. H. Wilder. Mayor 1f Albany. Ga.. -
formed a cordon at the edge of the side- Mozlev's Lemon Elixir bas few, if a. he has suffered with Rheumati-i --
.lk and- white handkerchiefs were -any equals, and no superiors in medi- lfor fifteen years, and in that time he
produced and these they held around cine, for the regulation of the livr tried all the .o-cailedl srcitic-, button ,
thrneckS his was the ditinsui.h- .-tOtaeh aniSbwe ls. pIrpoe. Hi. -raAwl-on. who wa 1
tbaer Noe o-s. M wito it conuld W- H. MLGNxS. Pres. Nat'I bank. on the B.& W. R.diiro.. finally vgot him -_ _ _ _
_X-b~adIge -_-No'one without it eoula: - "1 ".P
a .o McMinvilte. Tenn. a bottle ot P. 1. I". The fir-t bottle of _
pproaeh the Endeavorer from the oo- r .P.. .411--wti -r atrkaer. -.ic. CaMI.T inaba hhor Pte, Ctat-
pite side ot the street. an-d sowlr andA r. i atter u'in i a -hrt i e rhu-
itbout any manifestation of alarm -Le Eor nervoi ad sick headache., ia'- matim di".-ip-.ar.-d. .an. t,' writ he- se s "-,,.^-*.t
any digetion,. biliou.nen- and -constipa'ion fe! like r-a w iman, -tan1 Tak.- pl-u MODERATE IFEES.
elegates proceeeddt. Then came a I of which I have been a great suffeerr in reomnridnipri "O ri'eu!sti o t.. ,
rst of song. -At the Cross" roled 'I iha:e never found a medicine that 1rtr0. "r.a ]T
t upon the air and the result- S wouhlds.ive tich pitht a;., prompt anx, b 34. S
-hint wonderful Altmost -a It-permet rlif as Lr. II. Mozi- The whiskey whch has made S. V. pRSS CLAiMS Co.
S ...rf A perf Lemon Elixir. DK famou. is Old Private -toek. J iWR B
ec fell .-upon the cSu. Te J. P. SAWT.LL. Grftin. Ga. r:k r-.-r. JONWEDDERSR,
recbwerin on th Chahmp de3farsstood Publisher Mornini Call- - z - -
gasing at the procesion of.En- -ATerribe-WTtl-<,om. ... ", M,. B- wri: a6 a v, e P, Bo- A
re-prer which mniarhedT b he-tiinw!.-f w-o i F l .:-. :, . .-an -. 'l. -. .r--.-
htoei LeceOf"iIinu'-i. L[u-y t. -n= .;- T:. ^ 1,,_. w. ^ ,i- o \-( '.,-":t f ...... ", '-" ": .% 1 -- .'-: '.,i ..- r." .-, ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^~ ';
a ei. rg t and i- i- e -t Z.s -- .. -.- ,^_^ .* .- ; -. . .^ a c-. ~. -.- ta : I 'j-.I ..- -- *rw ; be *- -- -- *- 'f. -t

lJr k,. rie ^ e a f. ; - Op 'a f t. ,7 -., \ -' --.-- -.^. "-_ ..'- L--- ;.- -_ <.'. - '
I Ilixiry o'. Flzx.. .L > l1^ -! I I W^ ^",l "*"- ;n z;\ ^ l '. .--- --.:.- -. ;.- *O kl
.-colored porter ernphUr.t inruui h ??'I ;- -' .. J R NA i2 NJ 0C Mb NI
WJ S MONSON


iet here. brof ke i.:o uhe otZce o rhn i '.:,, ._ -; -
.i--l1A $ .-
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J. S.MS.O.N _
...

the AA*-.,t-:.: _
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Almeria aoldt --s,. l
P i.TFi_ h y r ,--'T, -,.-. :-

g~b~l Aaeruh,?e arm-- rpCW
p en $;: aad -4'o'cl). S~. ., laeW

_Bwettte. T -afe w
cept lockd- Thet? -oroo>m o4the
,I was 318 robbed of f a '1a-


rn io


Bak-i-n
-- 1PL wdee

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I TIKE PEAUBE TO INFOBM


JAMES
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Sohoo


THE PUIIC TIHAI I


will offer mv entire stock of


SUMMER CLOTHIN STRAW HATS,


ETL,


for the next 30 days at low cut price. Such as thin
coats and vest. off all kind.


Mohair Coats and Vests $3.0O for.......... .-------------- ..-............
Fancy Flannel Coats and Vests -$6.50 for................... .
Blue Serge Coat.- and Vests $7.50 for............ ....
White Fiannell Coals and Ve,-S $SiO) for.....................
Fancy Mohair Coat and Vests $6.00 for ---. ...........- ..


... 00..0
4.7.$.
S..t;.e
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Black Alpaca Coats from $1.oo00 to $5.00.
SILK PONGEE COATS & VESTS $6.50, now $5.00.

MY STOCK OF STRAW HATS ATCOST
Now is the chance for you to buy cheap.


SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE.
JAMES M. GRAiiHAM, President. JOHN J. BARR. Vk-PreideLt.


THE FIRS-T NATIONAL BANK
OF GA.IN23V I I.T., J'IA1OI A. -
Only Chartered Bank. in Alachua County.
CAPITAL. $ -- 50,000.00
SURPLU'S AND UNDIVIDED PROF1Th. 18,000.00
Dcw- Cs-N a i nvk*na h -nr.- s wuh laciHtitstqual a y hank n t htw .state.-"?ici
tl aocouvn-T- i iFarm-r N. -. rviian!, 'forpo"r-: iniiz. i--:4T. Iis'-i^*-- ziltts'd l p al
a rr;;;.,-ntw :iI. A!l lhu'jnttsa>trn-.acr.-d pr.i J4i*l.
March.]i":t H 1*- F mnitiliAN. <4 hiT

J. R. EDDINS.


CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
lHaving added tt IolV pllant a fiull s.t of the latest
)',vdl >a h. Blind 4-1, d)tid I4 /l)<4-)r iahl'ileerv. I an illw
riarcld~ i to Iiilrmsh SASIh. BLIN :11141- ) oS li, :,vw 1wlfutii -tt,,e,-. Beii-r n1iade driedI lumber. W IIiIll :an1 ntee tliei in everi v respect.
ORNAMENTAL AND EMBOSSED) WORK A SPECIALTY.

Omce and Fact0o: foot of Wt Main St.i near depotF.0bx 168
'l*-;'t al6il,*hed 1 &;A .64 V I L.- V,*: i -LA.
THE PARAOISE FERTILIZER MANUfACTUIiG COMHPAi
IS PICEPARIXD To FCRSR A FIRAT-CLAsA

Orange Tree and Vegetale Fertilizer
IN ANY QUANTlTY)
FP, .1 B. at $7,50 per Ton.n


Pulverized Bone Phosphate
IS HOT-AIR DRIED.
Thi-r-by -.-ri- rvnli ll the ,,r*a'? I n.te'r -wtI h i l--r,,velJ !,v *h.- ;:-.
pr^-*--- intl Iuroiini .I ; ih' -".0' e-*-i to het- rw're waiiatn:.- ia- .-i plan: -i ;hii -t
g.Th,-r f.-rti.izeir. h.i. in ri ix,-i wd h 1nj,.:k. Tr i.ott,,., t_-,-', -tis' pota-h t: tl.a en
l-!. witi'h e ?h-,.rv b*-- F(^- ".t ,'r." :tl k'r! n -t ,L-.T .*AM A- a f,-r?]St^-r !":. *.r i,--
S;orr*-i.,I:,- z. H.?.. ,. A44".- 0. .1. MOAT, <.?. M -_^*r.
'arn!i.,-*,. i- -,T'tia.
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