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: September 4, 1898
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: VID01840
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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-BOBT W. DAVIS-
ofPutaam.

SiS-,RATI STATE RAEr,
ForJsties of theSboinpremeCourt



SB. F.TAYXLR,
Of -Alacha.
".Ri.CABTER,
Of Jackson.


For State Treas.res2
J.I.B. WflTFKLD,
Of Leoan.
For Railroad CommissIoners,
:.E. L -DAY,
SIL. BRYAN,
Of (Oeola,
JOHN L.- MORGAN,
Of Huamnlton.


Lwsf -DECRATIC TICKET.
SFor State Senator:
N.EMedaBEARY.
FPAr embereof the House of Repre-
aestatives:
: h aB. ox
J. D*iWATKEINS.
Fd Tax Asedesor:
I. L BELL,
FBr-Tax Collector:
IL f. CLATO.-
Fr orunty Tirevaswer;
U- PEELER.
r SaBy P1eutinUg Attorney:


l^ % W g he* i 'v-e that- one of tb
l^^^^:T diti^iB iAghte that ever
s-i1'Wa DeB B. county wilU -be in
-~~~~~~w ubu la thecmag hc
11-s mm. vsdJ-i, There are three tick
^^^ ~ 1 ^th k iM,* democratic, republi
mand spOu1L

1nigeete Bsttmd ShtB frmt his brother who is
S % ith-L -ra^ tw pBt- stamp sbels in theii
-m IM' i~up 5bst*awhich fact mayase
*eg4faiK-th&ae teki that do not comK
l. f-sr-iends in DeSoto.

-' ?;Tbs re"tMu m aaof the eighth Ala-
S- ~ he bdM istritet o-ot of tegard for the
- aPlhu6did *mvs t war of the present
___ -: cemtna -iD General Jo-
^^-I-;- -PLf Wc he, resolved not to
I-4 "- ^ hm ugmittjoamiss Inm that ditrict,
B7 ba- heiwImt ai s solid vote for the hero

T.TT: m altmes offm the follow
lg :ad : "PvBce; l: Reports-are rife of
F ^ :t ICBs. of Colon ies a several
Odo to ge to Cuba. Without a
u- -Cubs-.''iwil -offr many advan-
tg, huJ :* *mt any people who go there
el o n -I bmck poorer and sadder
-_ theA whe they blft tH& old home. It
r t tfor o-rt people Zq tAI well


!'Th Swrest'c -Coty Tiunes akes
ithebgtourswlwBesoo;ti(T(tioB. &WbLer
there many b i-ws- concernina
-:tw is- dieult foar both attorney
M; "4e bO~iue -famlIliar and
WAIGONand eir chaagel.
rdau vae to httter
into one. statute
1b next mstesiocof
All at~en

AbdJSP to busi
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i^ lhsiwvely, -has shown dc-fault ed
ties a small as -within $!,00,--
and the ratio of such .defaults to
lvent business, represented by ex-
ehanges through all clearing hoses,
only $10#l 0 in $I00,00_ is. smaller by
2.5 per cent than in any previous
month, the clearings _havin been the
largest ever known in A ust and 23
per cent larger than in-189&-
The enormous volume of business- in
a month usually one of the most inac-
tive of -the year demands, attention.
Postponement daring the months of
war of some contracts and: purchases
that have now come forward explain
part of the increase, and the strong. -
absorption of securities exp lains part,
bat: there has also beena great de-
eline te average of prices for_ all
commodities, so that it takes a- much.
larger volume of business -in ton-i or
busheels to make up-transactions
amounting to a million more than in
1892. It is, therefore. strictly true
that business is. larger than in -the-
very best of all past year-, and yet
there is every prospect of much fur-
ther increase. -

W" RESPECT It.L IDEC1L INE.
In attempts to mould public senti-
ment in support of railroad corporal.
tions, the magnates of the various rail-


:P ODNr 41 arlcE T M "
the Did you--eer notice how many men -M.
the there are who never take part min any
movement for :tie benefit of their
vl to-wrn. ho do nothing themIelves and
ere. who appear to be set apart especially
ufly by an inserutible Providence to- find .-
the fault with those of -their neighbors
who are trying ail they can to promote
ron- the welfare of the community?-Suim-
not tei County Times.
0ood The class of men- described have
Oroe been -notid- too much.. The more
n in they are noticed the more they become
- stmlmhing hILoks in the way or prog-
allU- ress :The kind of people referred to
lih usually makr their money by spec-
rust. lating- off of the misfartnues they
thly create for others. They are not' im-
re- 1 bued with t-hat-s-ort of a spirit hieh-


Would induce them to lend a. helping
hand to any -enterpriIse calculated to
redound t tothe public g.ood. Inmost
instances the money they have made
has conEi to them through the grind-
ing proces.- by crippling the efforts of
those who are honestly etriving to.
advance by fair: dealing and by obey-
ing the Sariptural injunction to- earn
their living by the sweat of their
brows. The- class of men_ the Times
[refers to- are to be found in ever y com-
munitv, and they offer no encourage-


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nt to honest labor, make few in-.
stments in schools or churches,_ and
eir prosperity is greatest where
ere exist the most poverty and mis.
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jway systems are certainly up to date--. j .- y a I J A
| We have-received from "'the railway PARKgR'S I r
News Bureau,"_of Chicago a sLheet PHAi ASsAB
oontanin&r seven articles, the tendency the IS-* "-
of which is to the effect tbat the rail- 2 E ES7=6 to 01e FLOBIDA
road are public benefactor that they & 7
am truggling for an -exisene. and _-R .. ...._ "_--EAST- W E5T
that they are being abused by an un-- -- -
. grateful-people- According tothe in- Z I *".-It
formatio b eing sent- out by "the ho- W PUWIJAN J BSDIAWIG ROOK -CAR8. DoINING CAS
re8an" there has been a steady decline | 3 a -| E COACHESVES T A" I
in passenger and freight rates for the F OALL W.O NII "--- 7
past thirty years. We- are not asked N- S-. of .aW mNANDSO MWES LiRN T E D.
to publish these articles unless tcsthey Pr gt C bttwen Tampa ad trNw o Iw
Srein accordance with our _.political andz ieSSfrCm1 -- md "OulCwit Ca.
anadec nomic views."- Weare a po- omen ES AST AI
litical friend of CoWm. J. Dryan. sffer is csed _ uff S a aTd
whboe political position is attacked by by vfcess C-h ottuvik. I

not propose -Wlend aid and -.omfort the crgns of ofub_ -
trepublican ranlroad maganatea by renstruation d- B B i S^ ^ S" -
puabuishintheir as5aultupon a eat early 1 always
sdeitwould entir
for toattempt to Convince bepe- they are strong andhathy
pIe of Florifda that railroad freight 01 3nTn is tn e.mm e. vayt n :
-Ld sen rates-have been ateadtily -a S^^
Sdtecling-formore than-a quarter of a *J M^ 6 -f _A
Century. The gan of thoe who- are. XA..r t Sit W BStrek Jacksonvil, a
- seeking to-blind the people intosup- r .I- WA B- H--DW "
- pertincraingeorporaos tiPons is Aamaz- A O P. AL -
k iag. Unparalleled impudence is a mild i nature's provision fo the rego Wa Atlaast ag
Sterm-toappyto tm. The "ail- of tmetraf ncn.
---- .. . -i,- I -=tc c r wall - ** .f* ^ - A t
- w.y .ews Bureau" is respectfully in- equaiy effective for te girl I
formed that our t political and econo- -her te t Se youag wise with do- -
-aie views" w-llp-revent us from aiding mestic and rmawnatl cares. and-
the aomnteapprraching Wthe pedh
Sthe railroads and the republican party- kowna the csrtn e of i i a.
I by he publication of is attaeks on They al need t. Theyh pa. aNE
a Mr. Bryan or its twaddle about- the beneittd by It.- on g life GV t-
r "steady decline" of passenger and -
- freight rates. siREk .aEFes. r "
___*uftincamesotdenR Mrem
-the Lalee r epart-me .- _
Jack9sonvtle .the -S.x knor, has 'oSoog n MiTe .n n
the beot water in Florid.-&.etroio-.
D The Metropolis will -pardon us for IVS. 1. COOPER. 12p1b0L.SUUte-,lB
si egesting that it is laboring under a jahfi"nbS ^ s Sof eS km M7 h
- misapprehension. An analysis of the so s"hwf.S 1n S at Chdle I
Swater-uppied the people Df C;aire-- iftfoSh e Camps -I


of the United States, shows it to be
the purest, and if we are notn mLtakcn
the Meetropols knows this to h-e a fact.
Were lad to be l!d to beli-ve that
the supply of water of Jackson ri e i PROMPTLY SECURED 1I
abundant and that it is of godiW quali- Write for Orateumng1 biR' f ^-vm !.
tyi but-we are not prepared. to-atimlt -San a w
that its purity is equal tothf water iavr mio pror ut aad We
fruisbe"the citizens of GaiTvitii. prti; m rpwiSmtjie eS m* 1 0j
The "best- wa te r irn Fhadorida& f5ow f'a, 1 n Y 8 hi
from Boulware Springs a -short d.-
tnce 6South of- G inesvilI. Tit afact PAI r S CITOSalp n - -
bas long bee- known and &- r'adii'y ,- Mfa1" a5
ooseoded byaWltwhoarI*net pr.*id tt-d j A;-^i HsCUMC Laws, A nn Tt1 UrI.

State of Ohio. City of I'ToftrS edoAwo ISS frmo | C m )
ranwk3J..Cheney b makes oathithat 0"W=: *I i o n
be is t. stnhe W InWrerof. tht .ir-m orf EI _.
F. J-- 1Chene A: oF. inga bu..no* in :
afoe Sai, and -that saimm I Parll > t. -t. ffauer w I mai f itter is, one will do you I
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