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: June 28, 1895
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: VID01816
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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_IS*: J~i g ^ Bw I 1 IggT^ I VFlobfst mine in this country, and NDRE Tf fl t ie walk- whi4u -i&.y- w
I-WI d i.....hat i .t is the original LostCabin -.ine, 1t4 fUia BV -C31. -. _t D ^ .
4-_k J.w oi.Ju --r ...h has been searched for du eringt- ay w3- -I- g -- j---ia a ai e-"fexSlU |
thpast thirty- I"r~ Gau1eadSit r d
416 has d e a lo-e 80 fte -&r, The
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.. - " wide and 400 feet high, impregnated l- .... .-ro derfer e room .d ... bigh- ..
i Wi-- ; tbhiron ore, whi-ch ears gold and| : .,- .. thrieere Iaberaded *On1.cO far,- i! iiI' t e I--roW n
It WiB l rak.t YdAP Tihead Xb-iBMia silver to the value of $Thto S10) per lahim That a VaTuabie paper Was Th^ was no, etidenne haIf v
=-- -rmMsn i.1 M- esB tot S a La! t n T a, k e I rrm Him-He VerN jW... z _ga 't.hem. -a- "--nd. i te--_ -A "
P at D wn bteth Rebehe-, if -he Cau range .whre ths mine was dis- a .e"rs- Slowly- ieae r arr6*vtas.-- &a.e -:q e.gy ..
The -_.. _* r .. ..... ..-. ..- .n ws .is Reovr S. Y_ m -l --was .d -c*. es- va" -
]- &-It atAh. I covered i a continuation of that upon C utoy. 1- ust,. f s ~
WASHINGTON. -June .-Mr.. IL WhiCh b the mpe Lo0 Confidence Fner Andkerferhs coition was the i2 ic f i t
Liu-e aeyoug Washingtoniam who mume -o what o. generally known as v e' -- whenriaee -e

neor sotimepast. and w -'sold to an Englih syndicate for con eft
S--ected -with the irm of Brooks &Co., o3-u-. -6 ._ ._ -jImportant chane about 12 -oc(N -a ;"- ... -a ghes-,.-
_Santiago sugar- raiders, his justr inor Brie whon he showed evidence o t -o. o -f--:
r- ned to this ity. Inatalk with a Is the cause of that tired, languid feel.-, -ous -ess. -.. e'-r :. T C I.
#-r-orrespondent of the.Cizn Mr. yo at -ti seaon rvig wh
Ce- I o aul p t ion the C M lg -which afflicts you at this aeaon. Mrs. Irin, -ho ba.nred n; emdisig t _Ty Mio ... fo the pastd. dew aysIa&"
'--Te blood rvuo comen r ismpure and has beco-me cared for Anderfer since he -SbroungBtl- E "esio" a atnr Seiale r,.ia whili eis en b n eqi te k


61-h revolution.. -. co m ne - re" thi and por Tha is wen y. Tr .. .. aFa-Dr o e eR,-
-. -t and -is now confined almos ti Ip That i- whyyu r ha- e to his room- notice, the fist sg n s -. - of. h- -n I
no-t n r t .S aa u nw ealo s strength no c.iot-.eep .ming consciousness, when ,.An f V -..,-,o-. change. '
-entirely to the half of the island lying IPr- ify your blood with Hood Sarsa- -a- few words about 12 lok. .. .
:--.--i our dietin Th MIM Nun -O e "a'io by "4' -. .. . thr eem n er l.sd
il: our di tion The - .OlI .et.o-ontaja pariila, whi.- h will ogie you an appe-I s d e S rew.r a 'd t Is l ... In lf .e ...
omr-ethe indde and lower c... te, tone your omch, and "r tinvecldgtor- .. lr "ho t tt"vWi- -


... =_. .. .. .. _ - -. .whL dere -. bn a Iv h
,intiror- and was recoegtnized -by Anderfer.wo b-asebllatthe ] park tt e ..e .. oe
Sof Cuban. The .we a great-any ate your nerves .gae_-nofhe -ba febal a. th ta e rk- -'-". .. E
- _______ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~did -not- speak at first* but moved- his tdvbtenteakais eitentulcvntoofh L
-negroes among them,:4 but then rIae A -etween the Oak walrLu e ,h- ian
d~risactions are not drawn as closely HOOD'SPILLS are easy to take, easy head as a sign of recognition.. } ba eall team w on1t Fa of the p n
.- ... here . e...a. -n at re4 eff t 25c. iall when thereporter asked hm 1teo:ie .t- "esever played on the tu n t t e t d' a fr.c sh th iat
: .'-- ; ............ : -- ---- --- ... --" .. . - n r~n l t T" I-* -n3 *^ / .t* .<. i t iirn te irtp o v ~ nlav e~ O a waren *...
oIg g .el ym pat hz Th onK TuR^ coINT. -Tif he was experieino pin e nod Both teahehad hwll pen.th s.. m, Lz
V l^^,, tIo fathe ran that thos ..a_ _n the affirmati re and said, nye ad-.off, r darand the-game throughout ... a r lr wi. h t.. a
.r-,--. - b us e s- I- .u --es Anderfer ir-a
Raithain Than Ride Out of Towna on a Rail, After se-eral minutes ;ww ebaracterized by several wld sex and e d n
I* e T-wk The First Twain. aske -d what was the matter whimt
fu~ thes~m enormoustaxaltion, that 4It.
B nat ow te utrgeus ~SC. June 27j' --ol and made no reply, but shut hiev T game w caled promptly there atre many h
-f~ t Ie SpJohn J. Darin, a,-papulist editor and as if in dee studi' The iartpoer wion hia but epeciallvwa there -
a._o- taxation wh. Spain has --P .. e Pnn 3- with, .ad ..o _t t The m e
poin Vhe Ttisim the -ohofe agitator of Sumterr S.C.,hb preches then inquired why he had -*fired his V was retired in a h T Meon a tediy oi f f cv
-up"i their hthf --wol the e was akmade
1negro equality, and 'is attempting tot, pistol the other nig-ht. He rephed~ n othe as e a




i .
-"~jIV Pell negro..-z to making an 46001 .. a t t " a -on- n.T .... ro. sheenih
iea- o -.eto control the onstituti^nal conven-1 This remark ws foelwed In the nt ining Madison tied tIe o, heohe- hae n
tion ."ws i Ed-gefleld, S. C. today tinned silence, afterwrhich he asoedif and hth-e .d ened by the vist of a few deaicae ]
E for th te iupose of making a ls .etter er-ed in an ofial envelope o t ar._, Both.ar.s seoreo -- showers. ____ 1.







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k- -m i n offcieal-

:---.:-- EtB m L.'A com itte e-Lete-a i h. ... wa answre in the negative, hen, th f obeurth inni-gt disonaisted Waabies fr s.h ng Ph h c.ita-ss
espi~~~The goote.akbg

pi^yai>lke a r.eruml 1 {the ocore one, which mad tSii o -
^ *---- .. -"-epwl djj no m mew tim.0.- Bfe repied-4sie. l H. .then proo &d .i.. the i stand fo-r-t -thre in faor of "kdi4 S S Th- i -nodauthot-r-






:--.be. "^y Thtey u. oitl^ad ehig f tniosdng story in a disconnected J...a.-_l lcame to J-frthe-repaymendttn othdoble mini-'
-- -- ',e --. -bIleIae~sene^h0.-w o d beene<- tat ohen Gainei l ean et h tae ia t m tm L ez. erroneousl reqpair, d
odut-_iti- o e'Jito.non aren.es r-and meet & man; p. seen him'y_. o3ien was the first.to the willow.. nder a desert land entry o naeer


--'w T- J k it-wold. bep leasanter toand was ^ hom. When It gt-ai hot,~A 9 -Aedldid oa ucl sfratawe ado nvriywsfloe ~svrlohr n



i I-ah{Wnistr street al m o take es with goo ht man errors of the-sa ShTn-MENT CAIMnl
p.^Bre^^S~^a "- .~~r -'f. which crosse the lo I took my pISIoI viiting team seven runs were piled iitik settlement claim wai ifiotsct
^^i~laA&^tohas Life.tc.^ hahea I sch claim ^maaist theab^ 1
lab-: -" nkf_- i t thi s Mr= G.. --_:,...v__ ._.. : :. -(1i-o net ". !H'ret;-- .... in y g t-han ,.as" il]- - " i





-n i th plean- Tey a -e eravill In., s -T -s....owe. o. s..eral occasions a n the fh Gainesville m..de five to entry otM a th rhen such notie ia
weIl it will tmost pow- Ne Discoery I mif w t had w lion nothing supported y actualed





eful; l in their struggle, taen with La Grippe and tried all -etoly crossed the lnt]G viliw, n ade fou UJ)l contiguous l j
-t oin$ .a i. on th -. physicans for mles about, b-t of .onfden t that I was al ri.,ght,, ad '
i.-- o t in-- . ... co.l no l. Hav. . Kitnor i n a - c t w _-
for hodngtedama





the ..- ee .lJ Te wl tn mA. Pe t i my ta m te p when ThYe lis t.e iin o t gm
'were-hen b-es- o... te anme, the rail. e
chan-e-i-thlehot n_- period 3gn a f m ent a was attacked from he e ier .ide doin fine work. nogh done within the - boundary
hee *hr
.ele T wr nd birndse began to get better, and |g behind by ah lare nero who pi-ioned phims~a tn-t -e be ad scsy- -
e_.elo.t.a th-iier t te e wals. u a my farm tomsid A te OK.HAL. Land containing stote j s .aluabe for







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again got his worth itsy weights of




We^~ r GBaa wonIt kepstor orh itihouse 11Tup looked at me and said:! b------AR H H P0 A | making lime cannot be entered as -a
s:s~~~mi ^^tusbed IheYe~olgeu.p:: 6 J J Jlode claim..
--u ittin hywre marion without it." sert aun were tra tXVp.j'ha'hlanweat. h erodi





? ^HB. Tey Wahle's drug st01ea i then grabbedme by the collar and, beearn' r3 1 - 6 j Such land may be entered as a
-- bk g aimfa o x ir gz ,x. putting his knee to my- bask, pulled r : 5 2 1 4 1 claihiL
1- my shoulders back anad was about nto :I 1 i 1 1 t-o Atkcia.- CeCt-
wemu . ., .ullo. -t t_ fie t Od Lihe.hitefian tsaid D ntdo -
~s. JeT.-Lwghta gt something that will do the job as- 3 110 ae inG umteso a







"Thsfirg-teapUi~Wgpoihtgr manz s~nk and set fire to two houses better.' Ii the feit soehn -cath NAt SO codto toay Hej01"0'y continue to
owwpep ltheir- OwB. It U in a terrific thunder squall this afta Most New
mylfthndad hn a hit inn the.d al _uri'.-tW remainder----- of the' gamgoea~n







m We t jBf irgue w.'.. than noon anu p neck with something. when the negro -Grkipspn.eb-------t S i the Baby i- tii Teeth. (
'thin^ele. -They do not eek nor wil a bracelet off a lady's arm and light- ipnuled me back. I then had a chance i n^eyhfl : - ', i ;< sure and use that old and weHi- s^
the&y be allowed to be drawn into a !iin an oil store. The first house: p- ZIyuvatol, an i o cuahri 1 4 ? Bre c ed.M~ lyi~' ~~h
Spitcedl buirtl They will make a rai tnk^ta of G. M. Wrifrht. to pul ye ist'u oaa iyfthe did 50.1ould S~ih. ~ .'..'." 4 .i l' 0 tried emy.u Mor i-ld.a W in*iu< ^.I
on a OB town, andn when troops are Ient the anwere righ, notaset oyar h em Ie d J 0 J 4 g Syrt p fh r c hl dr'n tef t hing It
-he I.. e- ~.--------- thw~l.sf~n h:~
w-here fraks -TCIl notd raf mye ar31"nno-. re
_f -. Ea f
a-re them they- dore allng thf tan tow








m oa tct body was injured nor wa the ho- three or four shots and fell. i do not1 alrjy, all pain. 1cr.-WmI c'iic and
keep them moving. They worry and burned, though half the plastering know which way the men ran, hut saw t """"'3 the t remedvfor dfarhu^T- -
a the Spanish soldiers i every fis t fro m the walls. : them- turn toward University street. p-ioned---- ------.-.- is--- v ts-cor cccata


p sible way, .letting them have no .-J; L Br-a^s '. was the second The ne-gro wa& a large man, but the IxxAy A v a i -
"retA they can htlp it. You have house struck. jHre thet wihfdow- f-am- -e man wa- only of med sizue. Eanwr4-';n' Ar rIo andi ir t,--.- .l ;
heard of wild Tro-bteing walked-Micr T.o and frm-rr :L.- ',,.....
-: of wild, hor bIna walked curtains wcre burned. but nbob did not how the n'nro was raed- l "t i,-,.oak Ma. i o.t"n- v,', .
3 1a- w e e A- h o th -e rr a I a 'e le k H a ll-- 4. M ad :-f~ v-11 ~ -~ -
down Out West by a partof me. who wasau. but the white man had -on a ight i i"ae on tai-. iainn4. I -.I nur_ .-:- __ -- -. .
take turns in keeping the anLmals on -- ur -ri*at, li rt an did not wear a veWt. -i Hi--ay .pW -..r r -." -:-- - '
h at a ize -until -TMIa
heir :Lt for d -ayL ime, until - hat wa- .- I cannot d -t hs e "' M rw - ""L^ ;
t y are captured frm Sh-er wari- -,.-.- a .,. atuz-o. a I, ,-ou'idn't st themn d*-. -: --
-. Wel, th. at isthe -a'y theincur- -Wir h I t .t :, ,- fetu' a [ierld. te', PV.I La. ..l a. . -
genteare fighting Spain. 11r ^Old- - i ii Sr^- rc prter then read -h-l Idr;.-. 1 ak-r. a or. --- -.
S.-I- .n an--, of- affair which p I .: -.
-suh -as they are about to ent nr m -. : i a,, r the Jack v -nle Ct' T :
I-l il n a ;L \' ': '-- i ,-a,-,:t. There was a ir":' a..L -'~ '
u ; bawill on knoc aman i. c >s a. -.- a H,- lokd urpr-d when he hearw-d man 'aMt .r . --
cure a -70Z1' ud!It wfi-dl Vra a ~4 .- - 13u.
SCUBA'S CHANCES RFORi t -SS fair trial inc- ,f hain. ,- Aha i-t ha had been arre 'd anud f- = t-- 1.- a,.j .. "
-H w are; the change, for _eia-.r. nation 1n1C Bi-::..-r : '-tr, h VV fki'v --mu .th. e- th 4 I. t-y
.: ,.r-re d -i C u '- v i h. t I U T h e c a s i i s s t.. . t u dy i n t he m i n d s 0 r- f _+- "
-.- - "- . I C. ""- "- 11S
*- Tbe impre~on of thos famIiar &Th1ft' C', "tr'-ttf '^ ^l-i-w Non-^udh^ ,^ .- '-.-. -________-
w-th.ch th: i that h -' -u -t- T ; .- 1. a' '- .-- m-esnu e -. -- A
resolution has advanced very mueh dru h U W Kit p-.s -
xrst CAr tit-;r- j.stm ".- ~
frtber than any of 17. ird. -e ,--1c-" r r of !trri -c -pfor -- rid juo s --euloas a a e i.... J.- _ -
n-plied Mr. Chase- "The ofli-ft EL-PA-o. 7i.x ^^ 1-....... -. .. :h-' .: _hi.e 4 LIQ U O R
,~ c S shi n ~puteitdci :ia.Iwi~trvmiui1&^^ ^^^ n ^ ^- Ishamsi he is^usone. of tiv ^* ^^ '- | | v.0V-/r
ti mea. -

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Crockery and Tinware.




OTTER AND CHEESE

On Ice.
EVe buy oar goods at thewes
ih pice., aeloal the nane r-le. -a
mrante satisfaction. -
iive u ee one tria d you will be
-e to call again.
SrHighest maarket price paid for-
intrTi product.


G. S. MERCHANT & co

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