Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01808
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: September 22, 1894
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01808
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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AR '^MB~alnl fl~l6 ; &U I BJ ? that this calculation referred to the flHIIfl riinritun
!IIIflAi R?1ll.R, Jihe-room.-At first-it -was thoug,'ht lfITI
pro rata of the murderers. There iS i IU II L LI of Pj

VII! s l A- C B -not much doubt. however, th e RI o disae
win -DZU U Y htted
figures related to the. price of the O O down
:- SOUL9 -(o. mules which Meyers pretended to wish "For Christ and the.Churh." o'doe
S - to bur from Crowlev. --- itC ad..-U Goin
-M M- XeMAehi---BAek-ItGft A fellow passenger on the East Ten- Metinhe in theC. E. andW. T. Gv
fellow hall Sunday mornings trom 9:15 to 16:t& 1 Gus-I
I- -ra fWe.k - t- Missouri pacif- nessee train, on which Meyers left the a nvited." .of a y
T:- Off Men for Expressin Their city, says that the young man was in o IJt AIX:s since l
ir yeu thte Pullma Strikers, a gay mood. SMeyers introaduee him- ro promote an ernest Christian life of t
ABmong our miembes, to Increase their innt- -
R_-. E. Ark.,. Sept 21.-As self to some passengere in the parlor anl aqalntane, amdto make them more edged
-thelatAmoke of the recent, -railroad car and talked entertainly with them. -el"eervic'a :", been p
Aike dies away another ominous cloud W. Conley, a sport, was arrested Everyb-dy invited to attend tae meet- had bE
-. *dkv -'iratnca T iAtigs where they wiU be -wsirmy meleoe&ad _-
a- pars ain the hobrizon, which may t-'L -n Chattanooga. He w-as in At- tg where they will be- y .welcm ed era
.yetj break scarcly less -fury than lawtua on Tuesday and left here with Topic for Sunday, Sept. 23: "How ties W(
4di$ tle roubIes of-last July, invoi- .Meyer. I is thouht that he had Bodies Affect Souls, Dan. 1:8-17. Bi- body
-. ig tlhe state, ad possibly th ;e oun- h--1ng- to do with the murder, blereferences: Gen. 3: 15: Mat. 13: 29; reveal
a aTn ther labor war. -eMeyer. -is supposed to be in Cincin- Job 19:2: Cor. 4:10-18. Miss I
S finee' Saterday the Mi-ssouri Pacifi- natl where formerly lived." Wonderful is this -eep characte-ts- promi
is -mid to have diseharged-fourteen fire- Governor Northern offered $2O0 re- tie of the Scripture,--its gospel for the -She hi
men at this end of the line and eight wa I today for thearrest of each one body. In Christ the body is seen -to severa
-r ten -firemen at -Van Buren, on the cor'--ned n the tragedy Crowley's be something far different from a mere. grace.
-e.hazge of being implicatedO in te strike fathe added IO to this. clog; or prison, or- chrysalis, of the be moi
Srexpre-singsympathy with iL There- T THE SL. delivered at yi uri0u t s -destined implements, inques
-- esa tobetwenty-five morenamed e..- r w may we not say its mighty wings in morai
: o the list to be decapitated -soon. prospect? for the life of glory. As in- death.
,-. .- . . { zB cklea-W&Anu"ca Salve. , ; -
vaded h r s in, it must need6 ps
Maj-wity of these men refused to go sl rute, bo sit he must needs pass
-- - "I -- . - " V Th be l-tsa Iv e-in the world for eats. ,. . . ::-
--md tlhe ike. but some of them- --, ,or, a u alet the .-An fr
-broi.e sores ,cers, salt rheum.
.--snlyexp sympthy with ihe Lord's return, an equivalent tians- an. n
.suit..eprs wit t-ana ifever sores, -etu-,- happed hands, figuration. But as created in God-s have
rikersand for thi rson r bei -o But as e ted- in Godalav-
_-eatate o r---ns and-.a l skin erup- plan of human nature it is forever Kin'
The raioad men- are -ery imuch -ex- tion. and pos!ive 'ure pi.l, or no congenial to the soul: nay, it is nece-' tion. (
er-ebd over the action of tecompay. p ay ted. It .. wantedd to gve P sar. to the soul' s full action. The one r
eglory or money rned
-adit it stated on good authority at pf s ft o m ory of the immortal body will hare wonde
-the -broetherhods of locomotive fire- 2 cents per box. For sale by, profound relations with the work of eases -
m e. d locomotive W. - . c Walace ..L God in the sacriAced soul. No mere Each
a -- ...engineers have"i-? ---"_ thati
sed an -ultimatum to the effect that A~DITIONAL LOCAL. material sq uences will bring it about, funded
unlbes the company reinstates t B H abeudbecauseof the our Spiit and Walla
thus dscharsed by September 26 a apt j "because of the Spirit dwelling i 57tec at
gnra strike wil be decl.ed.- and aeommodaan conductor of the you, as your power for holiness in
A -rarod man told a reporter Savannah. Fiorida & Western rai Chrit. Let him (the Christian) rev- w
---n-- ex-ralotd-an told. a reporters % .- ""... -C ".-L ,he r -' ~) r--"W
Road, has- ze:-7gzd h.L position -with ee
-thisafternoo that list of 125 names r as z-g-ned hi. position with erence his mortal body. even whilhe
.- -a taen -to-the .ardq. ars the ro and goneto Buffalo. Y. "keeps it in subjection," and while he B .e
S"i -taken to te :e qarwqrs at ~ ..- .. -. s .t D u
Luis:s last Monday and that all of1 hei hand &: atred- His -hand willingly tries it. or gives it to suffer t.i r
ta winl -n dfehao Mostrof - - o his Lord.. For it is the- temple of sini Sv
Athemi r o the Smith e- ae et he road ad he has no the Spirit. It is the casket of the th
themi -runr-'on the Pt.- Smith-branc- accidento the road and he hassnot'the- Spirit- It- is the casket fthe 1soathe.

Several .Little Rock r have leid re the use of it.- His many hope and glory.
ter gievances before the firemen friends hope t t elif in o ox noaUf.
-- tt~m1oa ow i sesion t :Hm v- viit wiln be accomplished. .i [ eiri ~ la
On-entio now in session- ll accomp Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis-
burg and omae action bmay taken The colored woman who was arrested eases relieved in six hours by the
upon the matter. It has been learned by C. C Warren at Fort White "New Great South American Kidney
l:aWt ._*ie more firemen were dis- Wednesday, on the charge of accessory Cmre.' Thi" new remedy is a great
'-m_ e tday -. before and after the fact in the recent surprise on account of its exceeding
- "---- o .- attempted murder and robbery in the promptness in relieying pain in the
ai t ihe neei-ded merit to more western portion of -the county, has been bladder, kidneys, back and every part
nl '-h .; : alt _-sp discharged by Judge Taylor. There of the urinary pa ages in male or fe-
c-ai- for th the flowing was little evidence., and that was wery male. It relieves retentiOn of water
.condi e-ing. The woman told an alto- and pain in passing it ao mmedi-
.re i$ ha I reached a -deal so ately. If you want quick relief and
2i Dr. King's 2New Discovery, for getiher_ different story to the judge cure this is your remedy. So by^.
-- __ .-_ from the one she told De r Warren j, VidaL Druggist., GainesvS 'lPa.
1Co8 pto CosgUusad Cold&-earh_ .- W -*****"pa^w wa^-ia
__bottle 'e-Electric Bitters, and others after her ar res Her name The U ov't Reorts
the remeiY for Uver, Stmach i. Blanche Morris I "a g pOr
andicees.B"Mle'a Arnic Salveso oa aiSPwe
the bet in the world, and Dr. KingIs There is no more deservedly popular to an oes
w Li-Pili, which are a perfect merchant in Gainesville than Mr. J.
teed ofi jeLt. 'aat T ra D, Matheson- He has been in business S AUGUSTI! juxtORS WIN.
teAto -d6-, lugt_ what is elauned 16r ..., -
them, -dthedealer who. e name is in this city for over a quarter of a cen- Th Or e Bet no Match for Their
t.ex&"'andv-t_ deale ` nie u s ..... rng Bett as._.
-attihed heiewith will be glad to tell tury, and his customers have always Riva s on Friday.
eainO:i.-lf- ith Sold at W. C. found him honorable. Everybody Eight o'clock in the morning is
W-lW= s]h g-oe- knows that what Mr. Matheson says to earjv to plav baseball. That i
.Md.d With Bn-ets is so, and when he tells you that he i_ what the St. Augustine and junior
L BOCK. Ark. Sept. 21.-Dr. sole agent for the celebrated Stetson th
C. Meintobs, the o-respondent in a it- and that they are the best hats commenced the -games which resulted
on commenced the. game, which resulted
a- a divorce it, i which J. on the market you can est assured in an easy victory for the visiting
Jeaki of Sheril" Ark ., -is tinff-, that it will psy you to invest. A{team
was yesterday at tht place filled with shoc king -bad hat. a poor recom- ; se Augustine went to the bat l
-m skhot and-stantly knied by Jen- .mendation. Go to Matheson' andbuy They were determined to shame the
kin, whle standing among crowd of one of Stetson's beUki- first team of the ancient city, which
P -P1l ", .. A number of applicator for Boul- ffered such a defeat the day previ-
Je- k ius few ,days ao su his wife w springs water have been received ou&. and entered mnto the cott d
-.orlt dioAee tm ronds ofadBltery f Supt Drakes office- Mr. Drake in to In the first- inning
--wIthDr. -Mftof who is l has made plate of proposed extentions they ored two runs to Gainesville's
d% whhe t &- wife 5ab t the ma in veral portions of three-
-tip* Wed SUit for A damtl y it f extetio were made I the second inning the Ancient
ngalust P. B.. Vaugfc, a wealthy. he is confident that the revenue would CiJ hors di t se s in the pre-
I.. m nt for sl e adbe gretl inced., and would not viou. wh'ae the home team m-ade onln
-cke anlenating bar hubandm'm s uCOtiou 't- one run.- In the third inning thevisit-
alleging~~~~~ th601hnslbloi ny- payv a good intert,*t on -the monet '
'a1oati J-n haium. t r expanded -in doing the work, hut; g- P>4 -- -o, arid wee
l.- h--_ .- ... wouldpay the- in.pl ia a few yers. cnd b .th. e-,
mk.. -a-- a --Mr. Drake staled to the reporter yes- Theplayer on the home team all
.-.W.tf .e da that he could borrow the, unusua.y poor work- They need-
_d 'mi -th Ur-a tha cold -oro th -o At. -b the... .
:^ !^ a t] tIo-e. and all he wawed was -he practice and o of before thev
s l fog.tf noh flow0edh T.' -n from -the .uncil t do the -a ^ho U-) be vietoriou'. over suach an
latte clamedO 'that, Jekis mr
wori.Jea all round good teaas the. Young
Sthan occon. administered ar-am Champions of St. Augustine. who are
iemic to his wife. Owing to the prom- Messrs. Foster and Bisbee. of Jack- all active and pla 2 bal for al. there
inace u f aU tlheiBart..tbe various sonville. who have a contract for' is in it.
t hAe hooli nig hMacreated a ? paring M-even mihei of street of that- Some -heavv bat i ng Was don-e on
sen-sation a" momretrublae isexpected. !ity with Gainest-,ile rtXk. and who both- sides, the "ail1 comingin eontactj
J4a swas broht here-; ad placed have been i1 this cyt tthe isaot three with the femce .-reral timt-es- The feid i-
--amil .... days making arr bgemeots for having worX Ya poor. t'scpial V.& t- |
_A. M.. Baie, a l i t. r-ck elirered. returned home Ga -ri1e tea_
.IE.O yesterd.. Th .ey have- v W. TH. evisii.- g ez- a w sied to
-f- r, ve.- s tru11e wit chroicme Davis& C- the contract for furnh-- leave at -12- whwih pfrvened the
with-' aa WOd a T V. w Pof h whic layv of tli- theatre n-i nn-
ile-r-I'g .... t.__ Fkd -- o f4- Hu ab -. .. i. _ie e w4 1 e eai or ..-|
la in .s-" . C olidc C h o le r a ar .- hrri-* = 4. T h. -. _x i ro a ?H e h t h neg Ic m a ^ -. ib s ^ U d j a ^ -5 :
nred,_ whiUh bae cred Uer -ound U.-t ^ H^ i l o--
an w l., ,wi .it .tr.iaa an V ,wi t e ^, -f M.-- : .-. h .&- B .:t,-n 4 thal 1tt-e
e- srpnised at the prompt rliee li :a5- Bt r" Fo.t .. '_ . .,-. wp..- -' re a,,e.r n i-. : s t
f- -r -S and i t -o Ie 'o .& .:-,--ha.i o, --:: =-.- -'' a~ *t- ," ',---hiv. :l hwy-' r S- a ?*--j t ;d:-. ; J
by all d agg'ist. -- -- . u o- .def t -t v.itr- f *

.-_-T- L a. tA -- -- --- l Sep t. l-a*r-" + ---^ *?et i- r8-. ";' I '.- P'4od^ .i< e 5 an y f-
=- ed to ay that I--^ M ve-s. -who m -i " ,-ar ,-, - -- .
usatefd here t^r mrdr~ing Peotes-S -1^ gae mrr~ .< ,lrn TeG~~ at i
'--tC r iy hn e Po-=- -M -a -fe :.- .. - '... -,1 . -..:.-. ..,_- .- -- -- :.- '' ." -
tthe muderon Thisdy at Po~scm '..es ^^ POW Late9st tS; Gov' Repo
:- "--B^ ^ s" h ^ -:-M a~?-S -?t" = .* .. --- " "- .. |
Meycre regtsterd at the hotel on Mon. ^ *^ .^ : J V ._ *' "
silh 1k - t i i-o--t
SW. 11f In the .-ni. ti. -t

:the^tO?^3 ^^ '^-aiy- ball bee t&e- ..-.. W'- ut^ W ro.-
M -ha "1_
*- ,Aad3- -ivI ... -- A (- P & VW W PUR -L

the be

that Ji
clare fi
law in
River w
ality 0
by him
is the
tiees h

Died io Shame.
m1SToN. Ala., Sept. 2L-Chipf
Dlice Prather made a sensational
rery -here last night. While
on Glen Addie -street about 10
k his suspicion was- aroused.-
into a house of in fame kept by
SHoward* he discovered the body
'oung woman who had been dead
arly .yesterday morning. None
1 inmates of the house aeknowl-
knowing her identity. She had
prepaed- for burial and a grave
een dig at a country grave yard
1 miles from Anniston and par-
ere in theact of carrying off the
or burial. -Closer investigation
ed the fact that her name was
fattie Tueker, the daughter of a
nent citizen of Riverside, Al.
ad been ruined and came here
I days ago to -escape her dis-
The body was ordered not to
ved until the coroner holds .an
t. which will take place in the
ng, to- discover the cause of her

A Million Fri-end;.
liend in need is a friend indeed:
ot. -es than one million people
found just such a friend in Dr.-]
- New Discovery for --Consump-
Coughs and Colds. If you have
used this Great Cough Medicine,
ial will convince you that it has
rful curative powers in all dis-I
of the Throat, Chest and Lul
bottle .is. guaranteed to dVal~
is claimed, or money will be re-
l. Trial bottles free at W. C.
ee's Drug store. Large bottles
id l.4).
Pi'fce's Cream Baking Powdet

r the Baby is Catng Teeth,
e and use that old and well-I
remedy, Mrs. Win4slow' Sooth-
rup for children teething. -It
s the child softens the gums.
all painm. cures wind eoli'e and is
st remedy ior diarrho&a. Twen-
cents a bottle.
Au A-lege d Deet lou.
[UMBIA, S. C.-, Sept. 21.-The
er will publish an article in the
ig in which it say' that it has
e authority for stating that the
of the supreme court have
i theirdecisions in the celebrated
sary cases. The information is
justices Pope and Gary will de-
or the constitutionality of the
tote,while ^hief Jnstive Me-
ll maintain its unconstitution-
L the same grounds advanced
n in a previous decision. This
way everybody expected the de-
to be rendered. and the story is
true. The opinions of the jus-
ave not yet been filed with the

clerk of the court. When such a de-
cision is rendered the authorities will
resume their warfare on "'blind tigers'
with increated vigor, and it will be
strange if much trouble does not fol-
low. -





Paine's Celery Compound Brightening.
Thousands of Homes.

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How hard it is to see dear ones grad- through the intricate ventricles aMd
ually losing their hold on life and fad- .chambers of this vital urgan and
ing away. iequalizesit action by reg-lating the
No home., however guarded. but has nervous system
some dear one for whom anxiety never I Paine'sceleiy eaoMixuti?.es spei-
Ceaeses. j yir and permanv'iidaie disorder
Father and mother breaking down ,toimplre blood aMd badly nourWb
under heavy cares, or a sister or a nerves and nerve eters.m -
brother growing thin, pale. and weaker Mr. Clau 4Clary, a Piet-re, of whom
day by day. I wife appears above, writing from Wis
lato these sad homes Paine's celerv home ina North Topeka. Kansa& saps:
eompoUnd comes like a messenger o I ive been a dffi*er froT M v-
merev. There i. sure to be sonie near ousness for Cxear-s and heare used aev-
relative or friend wrho owes recovery erAl remedies, .no of which did
from some debilitating s-knu- to any good. Thiis I hiad aaVNVM
Paineis celery compound. 'The fami- attack. and tri.-I l'aiae e-m y ecom-
ly physician. no matter of what school. ponad, One bttle gar' r i -'di-
recommends .it and tell of others who ate rvfii-f. I i.'l tL, ,withalt at sjam'
became v-rigorous by its use. as wi'l. today as I ,Evr Wa-.
This is the usual story of the en- 'My wifi bas also used the mredin'i
trace-of this remarkable -blood puri- with 7much relif-. I have rewtm-
fer and nerve strengthener into so mendedit to-Tveral of my -n& -ad
many homes in ever- itV andd village" S tat UV areail with it
in the United -State-
It restores healthy. nervous tioa Try it Oi- a. tIeoana -dfrota
of the --heart; sends purer, richer blood personal Cxperiekce.


Rare Opportunity to Secure

Goods at and


KNOWLEDGE On or before Oct. 1,18.9.wewillrem0e torre
Brm comffrt sad uawa.-. d formerly occupied by M. Endel- Bro, corner W. Maim
it -bimany.wh t It- land Liberty street- In order to save trouble of mnow-
te# intheran.ni'l.ifn -' -Cing fthe goods ourselves we have reduced prices low
a, thev or.o-d'. b-t -prpeduct as to make -it to the interest of the public to
th-e' of ity-'a bei;r will atte .
th le- va -t o th --tbo -pure hqtd A f
LMxa.tive principles embrEd ina the
Ofndy p TrG o os. b
in--h efor-wtt o a-_ --r"e ged IID eV.- ll I -ll i

-i-- "t~er e ;ytt ac e a ]Ki d=a }1 f s .- ^9,^ -W W .. .W -
-sw-izl wtfet, t S ,eio a=Whn t-a -
eki -.=11^-fcieSSi" th,- r yV^fm,. e e n m- t ,10 K O F
1.=.& nn eh g&h .d.
h" zeI~sowf ^ta ~ a~'^aj Awl^ tA y
Ihasjiraiai 4rril t^^ae t~laf 1L VlfiirrtlItT lmfh~( ffn
r.tA. wih the aprpwralOf te l eai l ll
pr~-fr^iio. kesiasae ;t aiu'^ emr^ Uthm amd-i -1 Bffiged M ^m- AT AND, BELOW COST.

Sru 4pf is krMak y'b1y 4 On-l lteday- mlre tuy Miorier p#l4-u vwer
ufctur hr Athe Cuifornia Fi STUP tclothii-r and f(urndinhlr. gfd- i-r:r E'1yt (71t' n<
i^^:aotffl-^~or~tigin. vervnthi' m"t zf,
the CU. e ,IiMpd sbt, Aiga#. -1".tulflM.-m
-'fej.t V __S look __ -m -

I MISS TEBEAU'S ( P off on all Alpaca goos

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