Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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: September 8, 1894
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: VID01807
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
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 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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O 1891,oba at various time between January tI t over fm the
..... ----UK-- -- --- 891 .letteS and at 3i Avenue Sion bl t..o W, them when it



lanaw Midlnnnd Hotel. Londont i tib aofaeuow iIa sln) thatd Ts belid U A-
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.--MWlt D.-Wa.Matdn Enland, between J .-nu. an .and Janglb -a -W_ ,,nOer. so

6Id.... Aix1Yta ~- -. j :ary 29. 18ir2I FD.ul children were oo a O -l ew pciilats we may ^^y^l e + -= -to
-lIAAPQLIS, ld. Sept..-Indi-bor of the Nmarriage, D- Drayton fm1 f. t|. e io

-,napolls now holds The world's pacing-y- !Ys the vounie bemi Ahida Iuniediab^ iteodii ..ay ...sen- oneast .ora I

-ecord. Robert J. made the -cond ito.itv Carone Ast o, ley oe et~ o t .S. "" -""--
-i heat in hi match with Joe Patchen. -.ivuaan. and Wieiam- Astor. Since .t U.n.iK ani on te_ _art to t+e i-at., o m mWoII I-
fo "SO, in two minuttwo two and a'the 2-_ai"on tne children have been Atlantic ca-t. n Euoe nd Aia the -ave bere thmt and ott eie I
orf s-, o - .e- ... ow jdg. me- n.t lawnd eys 'Tei-

:ever paced. The three heats averaged ittei ~titiorgang.; his ,renqaest and the As a^" ^e ^ reuto ti nai fte c t peaocse h avy tie V ewe-Jnay1 -ran I~e -s inwrk o le c anseei





in speed-2033A making-.the fas.test ,-rr-..- ived. Mr. Draytown mtivorma ,flife ,- ,., x1r tuni
\h -h et ever p.ced. The time by a txhi to ,:.ar and control of the a d ir w. S'. Th e fetah G e h-ady A er tand .
4)^ares ofthe second mile was-s ol ci ldren be gie unreeve;dly t^ w' dal see.0^ Th feet~ ar siht age ta
Bus of the ie. hn ei tda rtet thone of at k well rnjaw-
Joe -- -- t e b -- e u_ -- -Stal- panera&- Nf Hotel. L d I old .. -,fi and stmasl for t-ben. ieof th
cliwvI: First quarter. 301-4; second,- him. led many of the nth n 1o9 r Jbegann t a
orO2t1-2: thirdI. I : -2 fourth, 2-:02 la- Tht Tired Feelinu,. toadapkttemsiels to d- th en.-adoceo to--x
a ~ this heat Jw Patchen went- like 1 u condit directly due -virOmnit& A ait^ this bird's feet undobtedl h --oe from
On wind and forcd Robertr J. to make.ot dcetd or impure blood. It should -Asia " aw2er Iffftel F t-g^ c I the fwact the peacock being by o a- _
M-iburst of speed almost at the wires not b. allowed to. cgnnue, as in its Iorms developed dif ft .yIS a.ndhence tures wild bird., is apt to drop its beau-
out wsphenonmenal; ;lerility thLy vtczI. esjx^iaiy liable rica an Asai ami n irs afa ailt^1e grun bein hur
--caaf~bonei Taylor, of Lesa t | t roaanimalsaand plan-a s a- few is- s in- ^ the a I
stINer.of the black stallon, had sali -Saraparia i the remedy for such a ds eeSrrdief mention. I :rothe e nidereft stanoaure,
Sdee.re the. raee that if the welding won condttion, and also for that weakness latter part of the glacial period the le fe .aid th pres sin lis crane yea
e would cave- to beat his time at -1 "h- p .:-^ .ncof-ason, British Islands were wholly ntbmerged, s o etin that bao hundis Cl it3
-~j, "rn -1 V e n L -o so me. "I - 1
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AX+avn.owhih was2.0334 The blasee e mate or life_ and almot or _M _.1S ? bir- is te t d e.

,-^mne In undr-the Wmre .nexact tnaly t ha ., .vl. v ta-It.. a nd a t then -. n o .__.. .. D---- -
St-m. In the firs: heat he h, made .. tr. i landS wethre extermn ate Th aen d the-; C -, "
ti .. in 2:Q4'_.[ +If -f~]_7)a~ " . r- in-... la.. .n ,_d . +... ofw se n u o e]Iw y o e 'a _= A r m .al ,
.mriein2:0. ie... -. Iwhat a -re now the Brit.ish iands ere I The bewatsorm e id fori ter 5
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sb fast aceers scored for the wn-d oted with the continent : buni-... e- S. at reem
a 0n^5 o'cloek,.'with the track :.n the TE "TIU-:A l-NISItINAIT. W le this connection lat aiiimal[ fuv+- 4 1? -tetter- ,hatpp hand
tha iof conditio t Joe Patchen ha iu n ed at ap Artie, in the Fiorid Arald plants passed over to t ohe i tluaads, gn hit. aie and all okin err-cis
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.,o I- i-fbuo;t before all of &e Europ an species Tion-h-itirti cure- ieks. or as
A- tI. witrL h the^-onaumo ^,-^ ^ ^ -to- -ed -it
thu '.th w~rd. b LI. sur-; of ndF.-- , hlad b ame Oe pa-aSh b ybsh thea s s o f- -. tar-un,,-t t

the-n 1adI ., t. ai- l -- in p hv I the Flo|rida h land, an n c n
rhalf- th. lad. K rt "J. 'rt"-. ., -'+.i-i, o not e to the prsen tme. Beor aall of Pric 25e Ic t tebx. For _at_ th a
L+ui-ter WValker-. "+(,:" and2. Jnt" ;-.-. ,: ai, of wh i wh fo___of lifewiNh rewdiErglaud v" "aPia ,
: them the-ai,--r I--yerGf-e ..ho'.v+d:_ .. Z = _.^ =-,.;-..&u ,p.rv.crter of oodgta farvestas read the !at price'a CrevnBai' ngPowder

nof Hartford into his stride by I -an truohfuh art that Profe the e ____
Shim to the outside of the track Ik. can tru thfu notiasrtd that Pro wtb saea ii whc rl Mn the for
J e ws- -. the ,i -eort |em bth G~ nua ofd othe n omtt fon ritl- j sepaaon acconnt f mr the ah)- .A Maite l1bema says theil























e asten x eghtabehind-, but -the select of the committee on res-
She settled down to win the heat. Jo oUtions at the close of the East Plori- I o ofg.owp S.Patioti as a ahis, At ca ee a,












Pafchen. went- tiee eighth in sixteen.d P~body summer sc-hool at. Gaincs-- vecutar path aid af ima-St icf Thea as larew Hamphore air Veona mt aad m
S.econds. and a --six lt. gahad car and Astraa were o- tce s larg
at the quarter- Jack Cury wh& was Said committee wa composed of mnted onand tir low forn of life These lands arelocateAntefollowig
-a1tes;_-vr -1 o da tterlo -nflf T e lms z: e xitl fbird e



























driving -im. thoaghtthat he saw vie- rep-esentatives from the various coun- attr-ibuted to thei really from counties: Arooso k 2,888,618 ares
tory a=d a world' reor t.fortheba k tiesthat ,troni o zeticooL + owas-a di- Franklin, f8 h9 actae a I-eae Hik
-when heas: the ha. market buy_ hm:thereotatetd e l ;rk-thehIn both A -8 ^rOf 9d- -5Th64 aSrslare tha
a w nmingm a. inf the thrd bore-this hoorablo e body were read I whc Madua nallyob in mvc -are, el tso
quarter, was nearly at ahids Down- b tsecretar of the committee a in M11 6The
the home stretch, Joe Patehen still uam ivusly adopted bs those aoem- lem ie
held the lead, until about the last fur- from the counties represented at in Amstrala the cfotodu stol lives.- more today than the pite osds wef 8r b
long, when the gel ding made one of n a im is int iate be- yeag. Thi statement Isbe m of

those spurted that not even the liberal ^ m ex ces of th sechdd o o e th airbrgeathiugnimaltiand the the opinion orf lmbermn wm.oh Oa ,
Softhe whipculdmakeJoePatcao th roution.,hich w put_ hrs.-Pnfesaor .-b et e for 11
e- h.-oaoff. before the meeting by- th worthy --, aleo tm Leqwue <,-j P
-0vs F q 3014 emn, of be torth-ern "
















Tere was great excitement when it county superintendent W. M. Hoi- A Quarter Ceatry Tet demand for pl wood-Le-
-found that the time for _the heat w Pv. .or a quartceofacenturyDoKn o Jo a" .-- e
the1. it up to that time they fats The author of the misrepresentation Fo a q..r..c. of-- a .e.tury a.id i u ra L =r.
Il I-rce -I efrrd ewDicoer hs en ts' d antiro ___ ______aceton_________
















Sa e referred to need ver hopeto be the milio who have rv nfit -
WaU lhthtBi 'ia knew no bounds honored with a. calling so worthy as from its ue testify to iti wtnduer! .-x1 ""
a e next heat showed up with re he gentlemen whose unimpeach-e.rati powers iun ae, ,,.
.d Pat n.d a tuaer a_ r AU aAble charters he has villainously T ra._ ..a Chgtnn -n.-el AI, f
heat a at-frc end seemed a sure endea-vored to lander. t hat sta od thven tntvet al the" facfa,-tlan th -an"o. *_e _. .i
C"u.. a u m un it s harm s givenl-oped- -. . d'-t. and h beau
o stnl _daimot under the wire. J0 D TEFTER. S no experiment. Ea#_h Ht lx, u.r- !- a t
-3. frt a ln th ahead ". ._i -a f o t. itiveiy guaranty ed to give r <-f, orj s c i
.iedthe whi. b"t it was plain- ......--"-o the.money wel be refunded. It-is ao-, _
,, i s .g -oin hi se The It o ,,r Yoo V, o. - mihe ,...:. -- .la. t u ta t .
-:--tlas;& Vje. goin nzs sti i t,~ Tne|------ -- -- + ,r'.'h" a m .a however, wae so tcnc- Mr Fred Miller. of-Irving IL.. A i--' aron -- T a t-' ,. ..-
to l the rowdy tfat both horses and write that he had a Seve-re Kidney' | .. a ld e1.00 a- a y 'asi i u a -- -i
re thi r owner. and the d-rivin tctmb ; t r I many w -thi e j r- an tlt< -
-- = were giv- thr- ch "- L in- in hi- ma-k ar:d aTlh that -rn e difftre -t ofcor -e, hie i
dThe third, heat i, withae gel U-i bdaw4 He tri ed anl f the. a7ed aree 1 p ,t I
ande plnts,w toe ntrlisviang onlyos


.P, _,, --_ scled KldneT cures but without any v ki.n& ., Cr SUJ Jt oke).
\^even start. but the gelding broke Isocaled kidney cures hut without any four kinds Of snake or snakelik crea--
qu ; ,qa and.lost -i ,;_ About' a year agoare to be found in Engl4d. Of -,_
_1v. .,e quatr. and lot s-ix- lnt hs+n .t ar --- be,. -+ + -'+" 7 +
tll He settled down and came i ga U+ ue of Eletric Bitter-and found heme bt ore l a and it~i ve-y rx-WTtilc "
reijj.f'at 40 de'p....
without seeming to be -pushed -at Peetric Bitters is e a TOhe odInay MAM t bel found K VOilVlBtJl i
+ 5 mosL Hi3. w%4ni ._purtn in .untri.i .nhbited by cvilize man J ..... .ui .m._nan
4 ,ro -.a... tmuituou2 and Livcr n trotuh an&d often iv e! al- w hamwl-ne, ami ubut fewof te o_-tena to p^ra enJrmrfw wi< te

was not suceesful kU redwig4,f r a e bottle. A- -i'-- -'- j
[world ^s best trotting record ih IDr Sitor. do mumc todoawaywt theeduated adptzii the w.rc. 1,-tyrk
- dhe i cotlddo beig 3- -34. _. l -Of the pdte that most people h" nev-6 of 1,'iv-i .in. will atte-t
i T- -et ___- "c ID .at CamAWMvtl>,- AvtLvmpoo" MercQry. t t^vale to e'It _4f ihpure liquid
nWA wc2"WWWS_ method of Dr Laborde- - r 1 puif' br-l n the v
X AS ic.lGTm., Sept.--Dr. E T. whifckM aT in making rhythmic te -. i. M ^ po .- .. .. I A
t ^ukef. aie the boa1rd- of iM the ag.e to .b t l< Oi ingabu h- Dit" n Kid.y and i --.r ..- it x. l-nre i *i e ,.1
,-+-L+S t i hr,.. .iq l1. .. th e -- th.o r -s..
"health of Cmberd Md.. haw ele-1 te 7 a. Mmtn been tried relieved in hou.. <- + a,!
-ed .th ai ne "hopt serv e in id n Fra In the. -N ew Grvat So A i m i a n, t- n- tr .
ard so the supposed cmse of ANiatic I7 In ll -1'1:Cu-'' ThV DCW '* 't-at e ;iuualv cda nv thl -V.vtem.
-bholera di iueed on a train arriving by surprs- on &actm l- ^ :- di-,ing (0c. fcIie4 a I^ i
I e--e, In peo ot John Rkzehr C. Jill ,prompu. in rl-'elrv pii r t'e anJ perm V'w'v Witr s.^ i
+:+ e an i mm at from Havana, p.b < i 'I -+ .in .--,d.pe ._ ; -. n t it bh asg t-
P aad froni ,HreBen reee uTy.,;|a b t mb us it :+ :m- ^ i--...+ + .+'-j-; = i-t- of ne-- t* w h ,-' c aj.s+- bl f c... t_ i4- .. *
-I 4 - -h r ... "e -o s" c asrt as o hahd (13WID(kIIIEOIWI _. ati +. Ia irtz :+;t+ t,+.-- - .:+-.. 't1 t- + ,' +' la .- h!..~ ItC~i Ii~ wrt 4r 1'r-e r

I + .,+ ^ t r r a -- - + -ca . -t- i -o r + i p i e s i n g a n i a -di n l t 7 - fo"ce p- a na anE . . . .. . . . .. . Lr'. -.J .. .
of c .hu rep. rtec froe B s var a eh i m ia o ha- n s -ol u prid .< ^ -. f ... .........t .. < r ..-^ i- i- pe f. +t' .A.- -
=-. -* . _x .d mtl tar rfrothm Hal m, OV- r- - .. - "- .
ta r e -piat Wre -- jg 33T.3 .. . -3o. 1 -, - r e -, - of J-r ,*
^ %iroit~eera. is in~:naed to re- -- arc given po dit-I tht Iau p ^pe- lttySt1 ft^r?^C.~^F T~
-hi ba~ Iipl Fieo htcn~5-dld


Sab one ed te m&sy i> in fro 'Urume reen y CLv ~ --4' ~ -


't Iic r~neh- cH.:era chmd of emeyidif or any ouc wbit wit scryig nanz'-^"r mea! I^. ^ ^^ ^^
frru tatie o ^tie. Had -t^ i: e iabe tknwwht o owih hi bb j bt c- wl. .- ^rn-e V U ^-
F -#+ - . . . . 3 -3i +...L .~ BM2c ,C 3xJ ..,+ -=:.+>+ +t+z. -
pjiAsat: c o. e-, . a _extr ; .. .- ,. __-A .- w -.--.. .. .
4ra that thiat'C; im coud 4ha Therop Ind pai n IL T1en the j
sIm&e hiNmto pq ,ar a\i,,t- a -- -- r -- j,-W-- -'J I- O M ISOE U




V_ Y_ = I rO-- . -. -. *- I . . + . . | -
ulars T -i.-- Ige Aof a mLaai b nng PQwr-- tist U S hGovtR rt 'lnid AII BAYV riffl l WI
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-!,n -* "41.'tn *-M is r'c r^ to Tv is 8,1Wft t~ 1nBU1 db e a that =- I
^ *- be-1cm;A* tW one of -the MIL ^ I5-*-'- ^ ^ ?* ^ -- i: A!^-t 1 l f '*''' -


^*Bau; tyryt Af cmie B-of t:e-es
Ita m:aieh y"o marrted a -angh-l
L the :W WA~e- iam As-%ta !'w
arocN MsOW h:fe.ChAri.lk
-: ^ir~a D~aiIrk-k- for ^hoIse drvorce
as *hfp~frtion s-' trkrysn -gt;
C tD4anees ; -la.e~lty eCha-rg-j
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LAVES TO THEIR HOMES.


hysicians Prescribe Paine's Celery Com-
pound for Such Women.


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Ttiere are ih,,usands of tired woam-n today the equalizing, ret-ltrig artion of ,PaInrIC
i the verxe of breaking do-n bt-cas+. h y Celery 'oimpouund.
remartyrstothbcir own fasi. ?il-;: of do- A.fairtrial 4.4 this xreastof all rtpnm4tin
lettie duty. I hiring. r4 entlhjt tired.a -run down" n
They are' -lave .to their homes; and their and women. Abd freR th*-M pernant-Ully
caltti noUions of absiolute order and clean- from debility. lhawrt palpita iko. teehomfL-
uews* kefp thetamn from morning to nighl feeiings *Ad iD"biilIy to Sk be*WWe Of
on the rack of mental and physical tort u- nervom weakni-.
tatil they grow o4l. care worn, nervou,. ir- I 3 b. IL Welch of Iynja, Mm.. wbi
table anaa sckly. in their. AolKfh struggle J p p at follows;
Ou(iy the ezceptonali tironx cV a and tlieftoine w-th4tih- r1cuibI th s iU my
he 4ebHiltatuig effect of overheated r hanlnan ft 4 tl-:3re w-,.r p _.w,,. )b
ackof fresairandexerete, over-burd 4oniacas and the artiflcial, urvoQ. tiri} e ui ,V h br.ttt Id h.*?U two
fi of so many good wives and mothers. lot riu* '.. n TV < wo.d -to
Just*as-nature prompt young chi.ren to $ in iti adoss ,-. I v matiuuai lIt
ry and grow irritable when h akry,"p ;O1r-
y fed. over-worked ierr. cry out .fir their fe nt r I uld aktz an haa.i
roper food by twingewof rhbemaatsm and t
euraIgia. ,cantFUIay t ain W4
1t.f naturei-angUagt I elach e 1 "+ --- "-/ -- ".
J s-rt a he rre!.19. r h..-g dro it a I ver .. in.th my i.
efreshing *tIsp af'r being prti-rIty ft d. ex- Thir.. i*. PIiw-f ierylomnpudIat'4
rtlyvo the nfr-ouoo tyitipm ,felu rigbt awayr pet l well.


REIOYAL.


SALK


Rare Opportu n ity to Secure

Goods at and


BELOW


COST


On ur before ( kt. 1, 1 ISt. we will remove to stul'
Formnierly occuipied by MX Endel & Bro.. corner W. Main
aind Libert- -trect. lIn order to 4ave trohle of ( mv-
inr thw g(ft.ib olrelvc-i s we hav c reduced prices so low
a. to make it t- tie interest of the publie to


Mo t th t Ch, oods, S for Us,

OUR ENTI RE STOCK OF


Spring & SuMmer nothing & Frshing ods

AT AND BELOW COST.


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25 Per Ct off on all Alpaca oob


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