Title: Gainesville daily sun
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01814
 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: June 22, 1895
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: VID01814
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

Full Text


22. 1895

S Awarded The Plant System will. sell -tickets C.jl. V. J. Shipman, formerly the I
Highest lons- World's Fair, for Suwannee Springs today -for $2i efficient receiver of th U. S. land
DR.' >round trip. 'ood to return next T.es-_ office in this city, is doing a nice busi-
DIP-day. The -time of leaving this city is ness at his old home in Lawtey. He
S -3:10p. im. has a well selected stock of general!
ounty court will convene on the r merchandise, is railroad and express
'2nd of July. The criminal docket agnt and made a nice little sum f
Swill be small owing- to there having his strawberry crop. The Colonel's
been many cases disposed of d during Gainesville friends are pleased to hear
the v-acatio. of his success and hope for only pros-
-. perity and happiness for him and his"
STe- Gainesville and Gulf railroad is du..:inZ his future life.
.now; completed to- Smoky Hollow. I ,
-.., x..uth :..f Li_ v.- ..n,,n -i Some-tilme Zo i was taken sick with
seven miles south* of Lake Simonton. cram, in-th stomach, followed by
SA force of men are still at work ex--_ diarrhea. I took a couple of doses ofI
tending- the line. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and was imme-
Marshal Davies has one of the pret- diaely relieved. I consider it the
tiest tomatoes -we .ever beheld. It -s best medicine in the market for all
MOST -PERFECT MADE. called the peach tomato, and resem- uch complaints. I have sold the
A Apme Gapeream of TartarPowde. Free bes a peach very closely. He -has remedy toothers and every one who i
rntpnoaia, Amm ltin hisr aoardny. i. i t speaks hghly'. of it- J. W
40. Y.-- f- ]plants in his yard- .- TRILCKLER. V-alleyv Center, Cal. For
40 YEARS TH f STANDARD.- . ,.- , 'atl'? bv all druggists and medicine
*_ __ -. "_ "_ __ _- .__Havin, used Chamberlin's- ouh all druist nd medicine
Remedy in-my family and found it to
B OTF _.I! All) .Cft~~VI bV.e a first class article, I take pleasure If Alachua county purposes to be
BI-VUm i i ABn recommending it to my friends. .on
.-.V. FOSTEm, Westport Cal. For salep..... .a t A e- ost

pleted the assessment of propert fo ter and towhom the people o this
g Ithe eo'unty. When the board of coun- unty are indebted for beinf repre-s
SitsfP#t snazd BG^p -tl erffd on-the t y tconimissioners meet dn July 2nd the snted at every exposition of any im-
ot"eT-flppt hmls a ape A a di books will be ready for their inspec- p )rtance. have the nuleus for an in-
CURB .- -tion EV EN terestinpr exhibit. With a few hun-
d THE .SUN is under obliations to C. dred dollars and some one to collct-
R, ead- Jos. Manasse's new advertise- A. Dunn, manager.of the DeSoto Hotel- and arrange the exhibit, Alachua
meiat. in Tampa, for the hospitable manner could be represented at the Atlanta
Bananas atvonrown prices at Glick- in which he treated our representative exposition in a manner that' would re-
maSs. whi]e in Tampa Wednesday and fleet credit upon us as a people, tadver-
D.G- Harvard of Arredondo was ina s Thursday. ;y. r e teof the es of the county, and
the city Friday. E. C. Chittv of Micanopy reports attract hundreds of settlers to our
:Mi-T.Luc Lancaster is theguestof that many horses are dying with blind mdt- Everyone having the interests
c- ?of. the county at -heart should con-
fren in Ar Istaggers, or some other disease. eManer ep 0 u
friend i he. are of the opinion that the disease is tib towards n the u
Prof. J. W. Widemin has returned not blind staggers, but some kind of properlvY represented at this great in-
from Tailasse. blood poison. trnaetional exposition.
TT. M Kirby of .Tonesville was in Mrs J. R. Faircloth, Miss Elma a
tlhi ett aerdaf e e An rEsteemed La ty Deia<
D.e G.y ye aroyf w i- ThCrawford and Lillian Crawford of at

Portable house for sale. Pedriek &-
Smith- dljun-l7 --
Capt.-W. A. She-eld of Alazhua
was inthe city yesterday!. .
JL. J. Mixs3an & x., agents Ocala
steam laundry Frown House block.
.-Mr. and Mrs. Cheeves of Waldo re-
turedz from Tampa yesterday.
Ben Ickinon, formerly -of Gaines-
vile, but now of Dotlhan -Ala., is in
SMrs W. S. Milene and Mrs. W. F-
-Ric f Arredondo were in the .city

Dothain, A la-; are visiting the former's Mrs. J. W. Williams dd at her
sister, Mrs. W. H--Davis. They were home in East Gainesville this morning :
all former residents. of Gainesville and at 12:1.5.
have many friends here. She has been seriously itl for several
Sealed bids will be received by the w;-eks.
undersined until 12 o'clock m.. July She leaves a loving husband, one
SI1895, for the erection of school S
buildings at Cow Creek and- Stanley. child; and many friends to mourn her
P!ans and specifications can be seen at demise.-
my -office. The right reserved to re- -
jeet any and all bids. W.W- M. HOL- The funeral services will take place,
LOWAY, Co. Supt. Sch ools. 12dawt at I p. m. today at the Presbyterian!
Rev. G. W. Gilmour of Gainesville church. A special invitation is ex-
conducted Episcopal services at the tended to all friends ani acquaiutan
Baptist church Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Gilmour's sermons were .

T RITBY toe shoes in all the
latest patterns hi stock.
They are the sensation of
the times. -
r IGHTLY or not, she is
S.;aid to. ave pos5seti*l a".
1 very beautiful shaped foot.
IN these diva no.one need have
illfoottinig feet wear.

L EAVE the fitting-of the ftet
Sto ourexperienced sales peo-
ple, the result will
E entirely satisfactory We
are aware that some lailies
do not like to be fitted in
-the store.
Y ET this is by far the better
wav; it saves them trouble
and the. entire stock iS at
their disposal.

WVe Aim



A Red Hot Question for Our Competitors.





money is close, we will make prices
closer and help you out.

We are Goin to Sell Spring Goods by the

O Power oft Irresistible Prices,

SOlur prices are not laid low by dull trade, but made

,-- low to make trade.
to fit _



BARGAIN&SMen's and Boy's Clothing,
e nP Fl tI ?J

Hats, and Gent's Furnishing Goods.

SThese goods are of the best qualities antd truest values
of improved manufacture. Price alone
doesn't make goods cheap. :It requires
a combination of low prices and
high grade to d o it.
Our low prices are an every day affair 'and f r
everybody. Our line qualities and new styles on
exhiibitionl everl day.



SBoys and Youths


s, Oils, 'Farming

g anl Tiinntxg a- Seiialty.
- Gainesvillc. Fla.

i & loan ksocition,
tary. W .C RTH. THO Tr-;. T reur.
L A. TAHRA..H ERLe erai o1uwS-._
hrrot fw tthse Iwho Invest,

IIf-PEfiSt r_ S-IIII.

HSAN, General Manager.

,achu a C county
- -_ V fu iD1A.




IN S....
Call on us this week and
we will surprise you.

Capt. G. W. Avery. the vegetable fraught with sound logic and well The remains wit ce interred at the I e -
king^ o .y t ea worded sentenemes.--High Springs Sen- the family cemetery at Archer. __" '.'n.___ .---,,,--
k tiangofthe Evinston section, was in ^ r.-
towum yesterday. a
tow .. Riyes a family Miss Dillie Duke, eldest daughter of A Remnarkable Cure of -eurna:im. J I I 1
Wr- r.-and -SMrs S. V. CDuke. MentIrtained M ESTiISTEN CFaL._ March 21- _____.
Tr aree guess her friends last night. Danc-ing was- 194i.-Some time ao. on awakeningL o -
-- .n.. o-ye -, _- emj oy until -a late hour, and the one ring. I found tha I had rheu-.
I : B e- matism. in my knee so -badIy thaat as I
J,'. bett left yesterday guests spent a most delightful even-mard my knife it ould bth im-I- .
g El-gant sehm well cvsi rerekd to my wife, it would be im f I IFOi TQ
Swreshe ll it l- ig.. elegant refreshments- were possible for me to attend to business r
-. e A nd Wfien- served. that day. Remembering that I bad OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. L
- some of Chamberlain's Pain Balm in an
Ms. Dr.. Teiril of Virginia is visit- There -is a- general complaint that my store I sentfor a bottle, and rubbed AlSO I BGalvaniXeZ and-:. In ICirn-t
inhparen ts-l;Iidse and Mr. Those. the pressure from the waterworks dur- the affected parts thoroughly with it.' -
.n of-ta'ty- ing the afternoon-is insuffieiet to e c din to directions, andwithin an he II"'5 SHOE
... . hour I was completely relieved. One! i
i Sings will soon hold an eec- able property owners to freely sprinkle pu ti copnle the business. It n Copperwork
gsB pli atiin haon hdoneod ne -in- arr-w
tin-for city offers. Poitics- ae get- their. otS- Supt. Drake would alplease on thet -
- tin wA in th"t a several ladies, particularly, if he would and I sell it under a positive guaran- A I RL
Shave the pressure increased from 5 7 tee.- P T.-HARRI. For sale by all Done on short notice. -
Alworden the gentlemanly -I druggists and medicine dealers. Wholele and i
V- of the Jacteonville Beer and M.- A --- All work guaranteed. TiCn! Tinware P
Co.,iin ecy. Geo- W. Bishop, the snake- N OTICE. roof tters leaders s inware, ai
S- Charmer who was in this city last win- I I want every man and woman in the Unit: roof, letters, leadeCrs
There areonly two schools n the selling Bishop's Life o Leather, lowtatinterestdihepiumand i toest prices and best! Tools, Barbe<
.aprhent. Th re habits to have one of my books on these dis-- :I
^^^t^ -ty-~ ^^^^^ -^~^Jy-_ a iis repot- dead. The Philadelphia ea.es Addn B. '-M LLET. .,,,t..E. material: On,- -Vpatical1r_" -i A Atlanta'
FTkland a Cherry Sink. Press of a recent date contai-ns an ac-i Ga.Box -at, and one will I.tb ent you free. n l "c ic
MfIt--" of Atlanta :former- I count 'of his death under date of er plumber in tow Phlmi
lyof Grc isthe aetof Miss May Franfort, Va. This is the ond COLFAX REBEKAH LODGE No. 2. iil f any des cription i Ammunition an ill
SaummetAt gh Springs. time he has been reported killed by a I O. 0. F.. t on the second rid done int .te best ,-anitarv n W'Pumbi
S.MH. Benjamin, senior memberof rattlesnake fourth Friday nigh at d i30 inoeMaoi-nn tr tha i tubi qins e
Gaesilewlli rida at i on-manner. Bath tubs. sinks,
the firn- of S. H_ Benjamin & Co. Gaiaesvil 4will Oon be on themain i HaiL Visiting brothers and aid-tel rs -
Micaopv, was .in the city Frida. line of the Plant system from Savan- .elcomed. M. E. Robinson. N. boilers, hot and cOdntieta linal Buia di
.. Wi" w nah.to Taso a ne mpa. We have- it from a G- Robt. M it' y.eit. terda._ He repot* that the ..--very reliable source that work- will be GAINESVILLE LoDi;E No. 41. F. rt o r i
teo- : , , commenced on the short cut- from A meets on the sK--nd and fourth cest bef rec 1 Oin iF GAINESVILLE,
druth doing much damage ieille to Evinstonin two months,. Wednesday at 7A :-,. -n.. in Ma.-,.nic e. w. H P t-.LD'. tcr&-
Drggists say that their sales of iA ptatof the country has beendrawn, Hall. Visiting brother, welcotncd- -. .M. ACKERMAN. V:ie-Pr,-.- l ; Mgr. T1
Hood's Sarsaparilla exe"d -those of as well as plans and speeinications for' A. M. C-U.ihman.. M.. RWt. Me- L). MAYFIELI) & (1 t)._- [r S iS ,o
allouther. Thepe is no substitute for the trestle across the Prairie. Cleilan. S'retarv. Net dotr i Baptist Church.: Sa fo h
Hood's. Business men_ and others interested -- -.- .......ni-nri-t Ci t a, l i' ltX-r h.
Mi.ssN W r-na dmU^ M:in having Alachua county represented E-"otd na"urir So and '; nath.I
Rafe ar-- at their eAeh -ast Urmond. at the Adanta ex sition ar-e ruequte liiI SdI.
They will r-tmain there during the to meet at-the cocanii chamber at -4 : i rite for r u and --.aw;.
stammer. p.- m. Tuesday, June 25th. The time l wted. C. M. A(KEWR
Mrs. V V. Wuh f- o LeCit -r- n which to prepare an exhibit i 1e
-trnld o terIauh. aof-er hvin ra -o ^ to a c ."io. but our< uo? a h:.. .... |p|||f -n.. 1..
spent i -di with reative in rt )ld Alaeh Can. -_ a Vamt- afirUe fl t r .r 1-3 Lv- tk |uu|t| f'Uk-
ihiscitv. -.able shsw, g. t inemni:r the dat- u-a- rwd d. HA--v. Y'r BE-E.N A EA\i'Pi: Havi A-I
S- ". Aand on hand. -G. ROBIyYOX.i ba .r] in ihe har,. ,,f Honest Dry (;,.- 'ah^ [!,*-- Abt
The many frien-d of -t.-. and MrJ. H. M E atr oortu la i i.. i a- Only Abstrac Offce nm A
-T. -Mcmila arplas -p to ktWow tha: your frir d a- -iL AiN-V$j.I. .: : -
they are again permanent resident o i -Th tec-hers of this coun.r and ai _.
4 ainesvile.l-. gradai of the Seminry who c,-: 4 pieces white muslin. hemstitched. 1- in. wide. t i npo.rt o,..r =
a--J.' ad-Jo--ire can atted the el-as s iie and ... -tr
tF Samuel Iieai-ar- an Xlsd .-- - at 'Mesdame
"" l.-,c:ur, in petia- osy and p^ychoiL 4^y a t 2^ cvd] r: -" -1
-^^m.L. me- .. th^e 1n..irr =:.- 1 piece white m114in,. h Ic,, 'tict]h. t2 in. width e. r ,r.-,- jEt ,R.I ..
e~nneit and-hStn: -vtur--. v,-tr- o targ. Dr. Yocum wii= tL at --- -- .. ..
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