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 24, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01821
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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THE DAILY


SUN:


JULT 24. 1895.


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AWad"d | B. F.-Hampton is in Ta-^ERS INQU ESTs.
legal business.. -
hig st H rs-Worlds.Farlegl buF r. t authority does a jur,
1...I Work on the Miller erinquiry as to how d<
-- North Side, is progress death, render a ver
_. f B .-": --The carpenters- will laSle homicide?" There
few days. & -o far as we can learn,
- "Floyd Walker of N:h authority to a coroner:
y-x-. 'left vesterdav for -imply their duty to inqur
-ad 'h n e ther.Rev. I.IS- w- -determine how the deceased
* 1' -^ -landl O.. sevn--6 htsdesath -and when they_ g
^M r-ri -" ~ ther and rendera verdict of 'j
"^ :J- one. *ble homicide." tlfev exceed the
ly ro - "thority-. Such verdicts do not p
BAlr[ ] toWIj_1U aents* any -individual from swearing
DI. j--. wil. warrant and having the accuse
w m 'oumn -- -on_ arraigned, before a comn
.M _-o --magistrate.--
-- w y- v.'ermsementA madei There is no doubt that juries
MOST PERFECT MADE. quest are often composed of fi
- A pue-iape Crn-ofTartr Pob4blsbmedue rand in many instance blood
-_.I --frm A m ona lm ora yoh ,W adv rn em n. u.l iaazn m n nstanccs- -blood.rel-
othei""... .. V TS l1 .1t ,,unless . .
from A imr Alum _. tedi antray Pattenot Iof the individual who did the k
40 4oYEARS TME-ST~b "iT "k" ,
_40 .EAS ...i.. SW reQ-ired to pay for a- The lawmakers, therefore very
._-- adanee. o refrained from giving such Jurie
rig 1 n 8- W]EEKI-Y SU the edition of THM committing powers.
Ib -O .pa_ --column paper,-- Verdict-s of 'justifiable horn
shed every TburWd Y, andi ontains all,
aO new- of the week, Local, Stateand bGen- y coroneI juries are to a gre
C 1"WLEy L It isthe bet weekly paper published tent responsible for the increase
i Fliorida, and Wll be mailed, postage free, number of -murders in this
So any partaofotheUnited States or CanadaI There is much complaint of
araL a .Year- -n advance. - ompla ot
. -_:. sumption of -uch powers by jur
sue..... - ormtWes shoua be maTe ov express ;i.n i. -t. . h -
-O ---" yordoerorregisteredletter. address quet -nm the nphosphate regon ,
--E-8-U-- Hp S 1 county. We ae informed tha
:" -- -l sine one man killed anoth
. ;GAM SVILL_. GA ES .L. FLODA that section, an inquest was heli
-- r the jury rendered a verdict of j
.- i- John Colsan has 4 acres in fine able homicide- upon evidence
-- --. .rethis r ear, and said he has brown -if taken before a committing n
SOitr the same land to be seven feet I trate. would have resulted in coi
_igh.- .Why not more of our good ting the person who did the killi


-tarmersplant rice, as it is a sure crop,
-and we have a fine mill here in our
midst for cleaning it. You willfind it
Seats the paper sack businass.-Lake
Butler Bulletin.

The? 'interstate- commerce comis-
Ssion reports that 324 passengers (or
one ot of every 2,000-000) were killed
b" irilroad !accidents. If the average
,- -'rip taken bythes passengers was 100
miles, -it appears that no rson need
S fea-r death- by railroad accident till he
S- 2-is finishing his two hunired millionth
m ilae OftraveL -Tmes- nini.
,* -_ -- '' _* -_ . - *' .
The Tampa imessays TA pear tree
-Up in E-- Cambia county had been "i. g
--nbi '-w-oaring pears in the usual '-ay for1
-- W everlt years up to this *a when
-it -coneladed -to change itsa
--an itistowloaded with a crop of
-- - a^psaM & Te tendeficy O6lte flop is
eztebdu lEg her more widely_ just now
S -- .tBa it haaever been noticed to do -be-
"-_ 9 .- .;: ; .. ; -e ." .-. *., V .

- TEB. < Sapid (Iowa) Gazette
- o spent a few
Gaine8w winter andw fai-
several "The
---6 ont i
S gi-t- who are jump onto Mc-
Farlanti are advised that -can take
care o himselff -and- t advant-
,- : asee in hvn:hmatn > hm
w hi9 would be a job of iferor char-

eis, the way, says the -o"isville
(Ky.) Commercial, a well known gen.
:- - tem puts the cycle craze in a nut-
--:_ setl II had arranged to have a new
walk laid in front of my house. and it
was neceisary to do some other work
inconnection. The morning the work
uwas to commence: the contractor ar-
r- -vO on his wheel, A few minutes
later the ptumber arrived-on a wheel.
Then the carpetiter-came-on a-wheel.
-Next the foreman of the gang on his
wheel And then I left-on my wheel."


An interesting xoiton item is the
decoration anad furnishinU of the- pres-
idets and the boWAr rooms in the
woman's building. Thisiss -In especial
charge of a friend of Mrs. Joseph
Thompso. Mrs. Andrew Simnda jr.,
-f Charleton, a wit and beauty widely
known in southern society. Mrs. Si-
isuds' plant in regard to the furnish-
ing of these rooms- are not yet known,
but from the exquisite taste which is
- of er manr char-min- character-


mit- o
ng to


await the action of the grand jurv.
|Within a few days a member of thiq'
same jury (a. neg ro) hnt down a f-
low creature and made his escape. It
is very probable Chat this verdJct of
the coroner's jury was largely-respon-
sible for this second murder. The ne-
*ro. no doubt, thonu-rht t, A in cse nf;


What is


"--- ..... M ICA-O%6 1 FLASHES. 1
THE AMERICAN INDIAN. !P
In Brazl ther er sad o Biieayne Bay r Anyvthiiin But~
B-d to be 300 Jan-
Sguages and -dialects poken by the Indi-
Sans. MICAxNOPY. July v1-.-C. E. Chitty,
S The picture writing of the Mexicans ohe of oar prop-rous-m:a- was
-was a veycompletesstezuof recording 11 9 .lti fever last week.
T event& "- The crowd that went to Biscayne
'1 TImported diseases, -ulh as smallpox, Bay last m-k hT? re-med. So^ :
have been singularly fatal among the -Of them are :uo--h uiiiisreJ with
Indians. the Count!-j(9ov,-wn tl:r-e.
-- As a general thing`the hands and feet Mrs. a'i-s of Oine Lake sent;
of Indian men are small and well pro- Sat: irday in town wi:th r-atives.
Sportioned. -: The friend c.f L-..and Mrs. Wii I
Nearly all the Indian tribes had a Coop)-e of ljcnZi-h.-_ii-e g ad to meet-
Srude systemof hieroglyphics, that of the them at-Li-_ pla e Suane a, "-".."
Mimacs, in Nova Scoria, being em-- j. M. Chitt and T. Whittintn i
ployed bythe whites in cOmmnicating,0 Flemin~tja we-e m to-n last Fri-
with them.9o hmntn-v: a
day on bu-i'n :
MoSt of the Indian tribes had some l s o M-r ..
*p/w^ ~~~~~~ r w io T am ut . -Ide r.-_on of .M _. TL .
Sforn of belief in a future exist.fce, and -. s .- hs. I
i ey al indicated this belief- by plae- mth ult : h. ter
ing-. food on the gravc(- of the dad or M S:'- Chittvy. -
prodding implements d ans for se W. I JhnQn ft: yesterday for
in .other world. Gainesrile, v.-h-e he exets to go into;
There is no similarity -of language be- the- market bavie.-s. WV, wish you-
twei' the Indian diale-ts and any Asiat- -S W.c..4_. W -
Sic t~gne. The only bond of mion be- We th:nk smeb.v ought to offer a
twei them and the -earlier Asiatic prize f.or the bi.t: mo-quito yafr
trib i-S found, in the Imode of life imf, td b -e pa-i wo came back
Splei-nts and the like. fo-. B Cae B wtk
Ert Hil, on the- bank of the Little fo :hn :h H Bav 1- w as i
T;t J ohQjn ria-jO-u (t O--la t-a h-ere
M .mLn in Ohio, has -a line of earth- ., ,- r a v- a fe -. d
w, ear- y for mies in -.lenth sr-
rOQ!f r.t_, and at va ous points the Ae lave had .-o.e i-tnn-ely hot
wall-rm have been-rovr 20 feet hlh.'' wea' jr aLI- .-e.- iU- not for the ualN
Sire ii anri---ie. in Amer- lowerss ar1 i-i f: brze- i- ,ud j
ica 'vhhh were, such -r the comin o Uf e uaIrU ,. ;.
. F')rdia. fair Flor.da,
the whites-the monoZMThs -&f C'pauaand -. 1Z .i -w- i wi-in, i J
Pale- Pue. the mmun-r--:s 1 ', Lake Tin- A Ind ni -i.wtrs: fln'n whk-i "twre
aca, in Bolivia. and t:, ,e Mansche -"
a-in T-, -_-ajl h.-.- an ,s.lthern IizzatraN. snows and irreezt.-:
-in Peru, were all okl ;.t the timne of the. _. -
conquest.. S..J. Kennard. Jr.. has a peach tree
-In _almc t all Ind,-4 lan.!agcs the in J is front yard that is a-hing -f
word meaning & ,r "r--emene" beauty. I- is the only cinstne
wautas a rffrf nam .T_~~ e,: .. .- -
Was used as a tribal na honey pch known: the uniform char -
significance of Onk-weOnwe. nuscd by aof that rea
the Iroqois; of Lnni, liwek and a rof that variety hitherto bein
other names of Algon.qui tribes, and cter seeded This tree i larg and
also of Apache-St. Louis Giobe-Dem- its pendant branches are loaded down -
ocrat with large beautifully colored fruit. i


Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription foru i
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Mox p
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless sub
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Car1
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' ge-
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and'a
feverisLhness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour ce
cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic.- Castoria reg
teething troubles, cures constipation and nateif
_ Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stwa
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep, C
toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Fri


Castoria.
"Castoria is- an excellent medicine for eUl-
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good e-et upon their children'
D-. G. C. OSGOOO,
*Lowell, assm
SCastoria is the bez- remedy for children of
which I am acqnaintedL I hope the day is not
far distant whenmotbers rillConsiderthereal
interest of their children, and use CasXtoria in-
stead of the rariosquacknostrumswhich are
destroxing tbeir lored ones, by forcingOpium,
morphine, soothing syrnp and other hurtful
agents down -their throats, thereby snd
them to premature graves.
D. F. & Ou,
Conway, Ark.


Castoria,. -
"Castoria is so well adaptedto
I recommend itassumerwirtoany
known to me.',
IEL A.ABEKB
11 So Oxford SL., B inwg
"u Or pbyacsm in the chltfaa t
ment have spoken highly of tM
ece nm thewr outside practice with(
and although we odly hae a :.
medical supplies what is kBO m a
products, yet we are free to mwafeag
merits of Casnria has .B as to
favor upon !L"
USITED HdsPTTAL A3B D2>no
Aix Q SMIT. Press ,


Thc a extanr Comumun. 17 xm stw r Nii ew Urn emba-


capture the jury of inqtust would- be!h THE FASHIO ..A.. can tsfy olne flavor. 'as the wrietyar
as kind to him at he axl. others had can test. Buds of tis variety are i
been to the man wh committed a sim-i Onefthe special features of the at- muchsoughtafter.-WaldoAdvertiser. '
ilar crime. Par-s gowns isthe arie Antoinette "" -"-" 4 -- .. ..- "
In few instances should a man who'Ii,.. _--l -- Salt- ^ geu
has killed a-ellow human being be al- Lawn collars traced with jet -and rnfl
steel are worn on simple gownsof uf ro~ a gait Rheum
lowek td'go-scott free upon a verdict lth rep on
of 41cmtifiable homicide," rendered bv d All Other l i -1 --
a j-Pry of inquest. If the a-ccused acte mriered vel^low pique is ante And Al Othe Blo Otsesem e3
noel I fr-o w, adrees-i
v self-defense. he and his friends u!edf colars and reverse in i They May Be Cured. W E I A0
should be required to substantiatesuch Dreden and chine ribbons are njd Speaking simply from what Hood'sSar- s g I u
.fact before a committing magistrate. for belts with our straight t l asrdone, not only once or twice.
SSuch procedure should be required-in: at the ba Y-and no ends. but in thouands of cases, wean honestly ; -- i
udes r aredyo to reuntdslis.-n hosnd o N E GIVES RF r F
justice -to both the dead and living. i Waists of white and gray dotted mulL esathate isthe beBl t remedy for the dis- N IV L EF
Murders are already of too frequent' solid mull,^ihwht l e ea"of thebloodwhatever the causel-t- .
c colors, with white, linen collarsu
occurrence in the phosphate regions of, and cuffs, are also elegant novel ties.- . an ProIe ... itp on, Psopos g
this state, and it is the duty of officials Pale blue duck suits doted -or striped. -d, na eiP et t Itself -
laud ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~t evraa-bke itnr ..ti w" -' -= s dotte-d' ,v m-dieinal merit Peculiar to Itself.-
and every law-abiding citizen to see in white make very neat and pretty-cr the moIttvirulent cases
- -to .i-_ ,an.es..-s,.1 .- . ^..--. It has c. L red. tie mosIt- vhulent cr t he-most-virulent-----
that. no guilty ma em utility cotumes with sailor hat Oen suie fScouaan atRhueen-h
I-' ... =- F Few summer dresses look cooler or: all other prescriptions and medicines T T TmTl
/ SEVERE ON "BLIND TIGERS." prettier than natural linen colored I have failed to do any good. I I 1 111 t
..-" i-- lawns Made-up simply and trimmed Blood oisonig, I | |II
passed by the last legislature containUr i- .
me proision that re ofsj~c blan b chiffon over ple yellow- satin hayin ~rjfI ,-,-~ U
some provisions-n that jae of .~Special ine- e m ade in four puffs the uer as below. Remember i ---_-
rtto-saloon-keepers -and elubs asaon envryftogie Rm brtis
Wel and "blind tigerss y. _-a- ""cape. H. al
All licenses are. issued from October- Almongle -h aes 1that are ^ig st .theOneTrueBlo ferpriiently l' T ---"
t -anday dealer in spirituous quors or this season are pointe de venise, i the pubhc eye today. Prepared only by
who is not provided with a license for oresque, hantilly, pointe de milan. ;C. i. HOOD & Co., lowe, Mass., ,U.S. A. i "
the foowing year at that time issub- broderiealie Valenciennes, poteo yadrgt. ;xfor T IO
leet to the followi'ngf pealy which WI^ rlande-s- Hodap|< r obfT^arIf yo A r Uw alt --- --- lJ
*' .- .. , .-<\i.-l is- ..i ^ i ddA,^ a ,n -il in "" & KlTh~y anwt diffcke~. A1 A-..__\


provided in section -10 of the act o tne or coo l ays at int esea-iue auu .i.
.legislature: "-Anvy person or persons, the mountains pretty bodices of challie
ifirm, or association, that shall sell or and fine French flannel for young girls
So so, or and misses -are .provided to replace
;caift to besold, -or kept for sale, any^ ^ ^^ ^
..-, ... rcwhed shirtwaist&-Chcago Rc ,d
spirituous -vinous, or malt liquors ahe h s_ i
without-f-rst paying the license re- TURF TOPICS. !
quired in thi act, shall, upon convic-- .
tion, be fined 1w, a sum not less than Prima Donna, 2 9, pacig, is be-i
.50%, and be bimprisoned in the county ing converted to the trot .
jail not less than six months. Sherif- An offer of 1 0,000 .has Alread y been
and deputy sheriffs, ,and collectors, made and refused for William Penn..
d deputy collectorss. -and any police 'Becareful not to feed to horses green
officer of yincorporatcityor town, t hs been heated" in cuing.
are authorized and empdrered, with- Greeulander,:2:12, will. at any time
1be matched for $6,000 tna fiveiniis
out warrant ta enter a"- building Ir $ a -
where they shall have cause to suspect .. -
such liquo are pt for se- and-to T o i o e rti Dvn
sez t same a rep t t p ie .club hav-e gured out that its inaugural
seize the-same and arrest .the- ^ il ar ^ netted about $25.000.
-so engaged, and 100 of the fine ol- I *--t _-tn te bo .00
lected shll be paid to such officer for j F t kig of the Egih
his slelvic'&ring, -and the biggest bookmaker in the:
his services." Wor, Dever even saw a horse race mn-
.nder the old law the fine was noN tunhe was ovr -0 years of age.
t& exceed the amount of the licen se, Cedam of Five Ply. the sensational
thus making the maximum fine 0SW.4 gelding who made a record of 2 -24 at
g ldn wh mad a"" -rword at'
Under-the law as -it at present stands. ma 0. is ndtood. from the reply
the- -minimnm fine is 50. together of the driver. to-be "DamfinO.-"


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Letter Heads,
Note Heads,
Bill Heads,
Envelopes,
---.-Legal Blanks,

Posters,.
Dodgers,
Circulars,
SPamphlets,

Or anything in. the Job
r Printing Line, call and
S see our samples and

get our prices. We
guarantee satisfaction


AsTk-
jAticmr it may be inferred that these m o n l h ix cnths in aiI Governor McKinley of Obio exhibits Ak J 1 GU
t~ patenswilb ticpric- ell thus making the penalty amp^ipezit NriefhmremonaT<- s ^T W!BM
la -begt b ful.ad artst A_ reatl violation of the law both a ew y ork editor that apparently the vi at #. & e. e 1 .
lanl-interesting works- of art from IZ imprison inment Paeo County | eb 8ism a mare sable condi W he neral Pa enger ainf Ies aild S~eei
old siretig ouhrks Crat _____6f_ 'itkcixthan politimCntfrInomain
the aristocratic old o.Ithern city of mcra. Information. _
CharesUtonwill adorn the rooms and a _- ....._ JWcke-y S1imS hba itit tM libel ^* ICOFFIn, (nl Sipt. ""|
dwl tii|Chi-i,. says the Cedar Rapid Gazette it st Jerome K. JermOletor the
good-udeml of their furnishings will (ni. elt,- T ...:- G'" ACKEILE IGen. "1-
y^'*" -_ i --^-*. **' ^i ffc^ *wy fttt i noe -regard to o it of rich. ancestral mahoany. -. .VIhas aidow.inro..ed. -ato )0 m- to i*nnm a h. .o
dfath. June I.. frvum-Newinarket to AKSXILE
Mrs Sinionds hers-f,.has a hoe of. and'expects a Terdl and backTItETo
uynuual-b eautyandelegane. dou---ntsWill enter thei handicap for the In al eakminost D Wahirem to. In ;r LT. fh t ir4r fAI)DSS C
"___ _.-A .e grand l pr~izek. -; ,,a. --been ea'e bk sust Bmiacat o O, wecmn-tieP onm:
_vjLL^tbrtheProtection of behalf drf c(ita whcto *. T I
SV_ good. It perished* as much from | *i. prie mn prominent Ya York Da%. 1 | D a ily
^^vr- -w of encroaching The readers ot t hisE paper l be! I
n. -hb. u-falo! a u plef ased to 6aru that there is at least --. T" "i. PI. XP .i *
"dreadediaetha scienn ha' GENS O- THOU6HT. that' V^:.,.i i, & .- .
.--"-u .-- "l-- ." -'-tance. it was- -"-- i* .
.. and could ecaeto ure I in aait gormuntents rtben i must c n- of : D_ 'Oft t (Ir >A IN E S
-" ...... --,Ithat is atarr.Hall-sCatarrh Cis-! hI be both ibi laW and thew wdsw -F "" -- a - -
t. -h th i v-a only p tiwca aknownl .tot -e wlirecePrvompt
b. ^ ^U -. . -C
-l every !a,-_dicaA fraternity trh beine :a
- js'a. he oostitutional diseaw-. wquir*es s aconi1 Tleam ting es ,ha'1w to rarry things ~
--,- i?itmttional treatment. Hall ( atarrh in L M su wit h t ptjwl till Tun r -t -t-rvs- ..

. A t^ui^^^T^ ta^ ^s4en na. e jfl
-t th fthet &ad &-r- A manh hs s "- ne the goud or i- OF I VI
kf.euvadaU of the tiLas, an3 qatio which be attn bCte* to an- !4% *at:4!
t he !atie nstr br onofd- zh,. **i - &? 2* z
f ^is~~~s~the Catstu5iC and A.s5stianj Wbe3Bwill bi-v di.-- No t n Uhe stars Is r -;rr *'; ;?- -j --' -p^ A x-itiMA~:*?^ ^
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