Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Item:
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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~ mAI OKS ROT EMIrtI~E n trectnrt itofwayT
ti t will enbe eeryF ArilrL ERT STATE
_\ '- - Chicago to entr the exposition grounds... -- __i "_
.THE L-IGHTS- SUtDDESLY- This kills the Illinois Centra's- onoOp-- WHAT IS TRA-SPIRLNG: It
SPT OT-- oly of the -expoition traffic and puts FLOREDA. % "
- -* the directors on a footing where the- "_. i -
Y --' ^oT~- r -andietate term for traffic. The right E STTB CO SEI- o
of way is a srrp fifty feet wde runnnno,-
C RCo'D OWIf OGS OrWSDE TI E EET- irren a r-our rom the esxpO i- 1 I THE IMPCROrEMI=rTS MA0DE C AN"D TER- U MME R
rn HIaYLEa- fit A H D OOiR.DIS 'CE ~on entrance at Sixty-seventh nreet to POITICAL AND PEOXAL PJNTS i
"1 -. -fs~PENJLhxmIT) w ODOEocs fEN -rr. [the Baltimore and Ohio tracks at Seven- PEE P .
nor- STON. Tex., July -29.-While ty-first street, where that road leaves :There are not over six vacant dwell-
preaching to a lar auience here to- the Illinois Central. ing houses inlbkeland. I k
night, when in ubeli Mddile of his dis- The gronnd belongs to the Third The approximate strength of the far- i
conrse, some people on the bntside National bank, J. Irving Pearce and mers'ailltauiein Florida is 15,000.
turned out the lights and rotten-egged Dr. Willounbyb and- -they have -eased ee
Rev. Sam Jdnes and his audience, most it to the exposition company for three o f d e nt wee. -
hOfwhom were ladies.. years at the -terms proposed by themt hise 0^ : MB d S a I V.hI-
lfere is- great indignation felt and world's fai- directors.-. F'ur -trackpa tbls ..fS" isis tlakeAbit i pleasant
trouble may ensue. will be built to make connection with A faxof tS- 58 wi to4be leied in Ci- to the tage, and acts
the Baltimore and Ohio. That road rus county for Vpose of erting MmHptly oan ie Kidneys, i
6 G -will give the use of its traks to such a jail and court bouse. CA BOW "l I ows. ce8is the ys-
CHARLESTON,S. C. July 29.--At an roads as may care- to enter over its -r of r o -ier 5pieons we re- f' -dispels c Ids, head-bi U
alliance brbece at Prosperity, New- lineand pay the nnal literate charges le r ensaCoa t :to- thefe ver Sn 8fEs C Ite IRL
berry couaty,- today, a etrios cutting without the imnposdion of the lxtra $5 Iho in Washafnton City. rf ts -ciaf eer Pis to
tafray-ocurenri between James Hunter switching rate demanded by the Illinois of ts
and Teodore Morrisev. Itwase aused Cearal~ ; The: Sanford Journal vil g to the tte ad- c-
b- old feat between -the parties. GETor. handle fi part of nefU aTMith, -to he stomach p rompt i Lo clear out and
H terwas strck on the with a J 29 hi way to j. and truly a its
clubt and seriously injureLd George was vii ted by a Cud-bum yesterday C r ared n t! our C Fall Purkc ha
orris.received a bad cut in the face and great damage was done,. The Be. Ziegler, a- eored man vg mend it
and neck which may prove fatal. waters, running from the summit of' near Waukeenah, .h a mule kfile ty el. len iade..o- n to tyof
-H. M. Singsly- rushed in to stop the mountaiim.. cae. dbwn Main street, lighbtntig during a thunderstona a few ed nyowet t
fiht and was serio-ly, perhaps fatally wave over wave, carrying everything diays au. -of FiS is y ~le in 50c I T ArT
eut in the thro. Julis Wplng was before them, including boulders weigh- are . bottles all leain dri- Wi OC JJ
cut on tbeb tbehand intynv to ing over ton. he jty railway 1a r namner o ewe sailBoaW ar c- Ay li M h
stop the fight, and eerael others re- torn from-its bed, awnings tordon dwn ui P. ro-
lenvBlle, earr -rting -large 1q Ofi ri T
ceiedmiaor injuries. "~ "andi water mains -uprooted from three 4rin OMr3 lit O h a- i
- i,. .-I bsell t6 be used- in the- repairs of th promptly fr y or 1l ..
A m-ajority of the business hou'&e are shel.
iN t t oM, l f.itno m 29, esM .--A e ith three or four feet of mud, A policeman killed a in ies-FR'IA nC SuRfP C
mpeia -to- the o a from Di or sesio~, O andthestreetS present the appearance ville, a negro killed a ommsssary boss SAc. N i- _
I, sayst WLwUihin thip- t few ,daysl of a volcanic eruption. The damage, is on the Suwannee, ayong lady -tt"pts- ,Y. qw R jS 8 1,1 0
:ct tharedrfted-t : u re in ToW-i, $1000 The water receded in three, to kill her lover at Punta.~Ard;a, mth- 0 T a We w ish t
-tr e hours, but the indi-ationi are that an-er killed and twod&ageroisly wodarti -h W 8away. e W
i"ing i f the prohibition wtiket-was other flood will come and the people are in Bradford county, a landslide bures%'a fHa-- --l-a-w I L .-. of- awe ,
wi~.draWamhe fld. Ifthis- tep ready to flee to tehills at at.a moment's ;phosphate miner, Murray is still. at- h Coia w;or 011U esloc w e tui
-is amANA610 ft1*M_'be~bem of "thinty n Lh'erPiU. when the 0,reees' e
Snot t jW~liebeauetofthty te. -i large, and the farmers' alliance are With heam^ P^ureW-geIrao ad |
:. at a repubjiaN PsKL~ N GETS AWAY. iatwork. These are some of the impor-- S^S. 6 5 ,ot o1 cJ, __
matter party being afraid of HIiLoNO, Fla., July 29.-Ford I-er- tant events of the week in our state- ab-- 'g^r 1 ATWUSST ,1r
iii t! lers the b iorer--oiily of Jaknville, who has the govern( hAs not appointed a Uu~t-
a esh.- -- robbed upwards of half a hundred safes states senator yet.-Ocala Capitol. LOS
-haveI Ith tatn and w. -ervintrg a jten- ear There is more moIney Tullhassee -- ail t between t _repalub~ sentene in the. pri-on at tlis point. e -- t--i-, ._,. + -- J O..i J-- L 0 iJ
:kimp.roun the cell-house last -nihh ,L m os people t I d FOOT WAlIAV-" a t
bore tw pd^-out, FOseton R ibe solodfat som epr
ee.y ,-- s teel bit, drew the shackels over hi draft M 0-
Acircular has* been issued bjyThomah -heels and slipped out between t he round y i
Ow-g-tiaaclge- ea r tel of the -garIds, This.- makes his fourth standing demand certificates 6f deposits i d e dR es -pee
^- ^h e M eslcatpe. He has serve two prior sen- t, the amount ofethere Williamsa & C
t- thepib-ie pnlse by "e ten-em andi was considered the harde sti are two other banks which -have. lar :i
repulan party and hinting m to1 hol i pio amount. deposited with them, besides! NrI f
-- oft tk fadp tha t, htnti- Don't Cttlet -, which there are financial agents with W} i-
livee i ties past sWted thepribi- It is with the goeatest confidence that money aore;--Floridian.
SHood's Sarsaphl)ra recmrnmenled tr ti-ri wat:winter Mr. J. M. Lee -purehadt ot-r Frtyles,-quaiT.- an t ft the" exeti al
io lts ali theirMpower, retaMr of 1ss o,-,-rtio. 'l h -- r. M- wee -e a n .. I TIIL 4f
tl- the cmi ment would nowbein order ache, and similar troh.. Th, mtdi- a wbear, which'hecoufined oat Hiotel ITn- $d .Agent. d ra su iL GIE i
H-is ir ular nwte topic'of eo- eire, ently tones tih -totnacih. asi dli-dian River foFr the amusement of his!- "E,-- _-1----- E 1 r L L m
israt in nth Campaig n, di it has 1^stis.-md- rti ake n-:rt ..h: -." gte tr.-After the season was over theL frat Dus % 'r^&i Sn. frr "oo,
v esa tid Iii the reiof t;; ste t reran, n-m.t,.ii-ate t,.: jhh,- fr tr takinz)" 1watr wa- left in charge of sOme one at dleris- wend for ctrm1ure. re the rf
make ttlie bold-assertion that the repub- -themlu,-.v.- lontiug Rfr aintli t :ig the -R.KI Ledgle. for safe keeping. Last TaiH o. rZTgT Ir ^P i0 B '.Zp
icas have soMld their party tOe old Iaint-.odt- p -.t ti,,ith Jx. rili-ipiwemkie broke hik collar and ee ahpedi - yrn. e1-2 ibs Fre>.l Mlluntain But-.
-water e j n -an- Itiy t.tte.r. h ver- rhtetI h van- rWHIPPED B WHITE CAPS. the .l' I'". t,. f' .,t-., yiaft-anle b-aindwas found in -
W PE -H CAPS. -tither had i-el d-c !t in ,-uta-h a -blood .ludge -Fultz's room over DickToi n in'tS t
RALEIGHN. C. July 2.-r. epots ptr'tfier nmd -ar-apari. u ,i -re. He had em{ti-l Mrh F.' trunk ad -ti r" i tuIlk
havere reahehere ofan outraepepe-. thir Ih!rat- iii -tti-,didi nn' - -e""1[ [A th $00 W rthS
tratledain GranvitleouBty near-sm p. rri-klv A-h, l'.,.- 1io, and therein, calmy enjoying a nap. Effort i) tA "13 ?RIC[& LtI
-kpo^fllee aIew igb f t a byapa rtyof- -as- "t rh. T,-1 hn-t-- w ma, e to secure hitm, but witahtrttt }erb ht '- TT" I TO R l
men calling .themselves white -t-ai.-. arti-d to jtl,!ih. *hi.i thi ,sriu- avai!, till the hear was made drunk n a our ince Iat.
Ru-or1 to the effct thatfifteen ma k : ^ ^ manuf,- a turer-f r.e ,,- f;-a.ful ltr:. Cocoanut, ics as and ^
S, ... . anti d w- -tie-nt-ii iue 1 -in_ t.. ..I'. I-.i of lauda nm.--Ju o x.ur. "I a ....

ed men, armed t pisto viui e iI'ricv Ash. kRoo ., unlton.anear Port Orange. -was4 L- |. UW. other _dcIcaci>. ''c O-urt
house of a ,woman named Mry -Gree.n i tritt Iv-ry t-!i'l, ;Iirt- -etrd r a-. In. man nam-d Lawton in a DOU-
Allen,. Who lived with her son. and car- a-i, !iae Oh.-t if frielul- i ert:r- of '
rit herr tothe w(-sc wtheren mev whits- '-y hibii, Rh'iti nttisnm -r.f>t'Ua. FllP .i$2 for growing -fotton ai `ndo -itgo.e aIk vmot-
-- A D*vI. Malaria and Feiia- nwa-.d in_4 1F e awl avi7 THE BEST CE M TRTIGEE. P
ptl her nearly to ,death. "-pliU:- ) "b the Ia- n" l 4J.i MIarhx- to me ami e, ft beat an. oWA UUV -
.ThWerew-Aat the time in the hou-e war.--- -- -...d.. a w :SV-E .Tl... IM._ "> _w .i 'f :_. p 1- I .K 1C 4il s f
i t in .er. i.arh .in- f,- t it-tiatrstin Nt.itIe. re-[taNri'hett it aand male sugar on it.-_ i-4 hhe it' l 1t n-tf
ir.,ry n. d ,he m"-" f.L- By orIer of the *-i-v 'until of W. P-. V-- eal then pnrcha- the l"adn. C u ieSi)? .d. 4 4 "
turlTed and tit hit al.-terrily j tf -,-: il -iP- . rt. it. was aweft- 04~. .AI I M" .li ll
-4 --1Wi -I ---a ..- w tf e it *f ,: i, li th 'h te r f-orelr se and purchased by--a l ,nffw a=, dutWble- ThT b
era .ting h .i odY -l-ned o'xr .th. .. ... -ii -hia- .-n -i it a d m nm u .. .. or, w.. ... tao. .
No explanation of the conduct of the kept OI 'ptln tilr th .hr Atn't-. T. .land I-ir.. a< ararrE. a&r) rw' 'r ,
= . ,_ i t.- ''I pir~h- rh- olavf toa~t, L. ns-^ Th--? l -d wa^ 9 0* ?csa. K-g*-rT M ii inrci < n ui .t1
men h.reaschtb i. here r is _retkirtie,. t seporrel ^ n pv i s0 u^ e i OA t -en SEa P T EMBER- 4
that thirteen parties were arrec1d but s*hpot l -. the t Ithn vfr t th. acre.,., The tiner w" of e.u off*" a-
-havpe proved ali--ti.,, t, wrt ih" tf hS -,% I V t,, s-, For a Term of 8 Mionths.
"-- wi k*. ,-~,,, i ticr tgalty- h a. m d tiA ir 4.. a .-
TL A ROW- i-i -'-i 4 t ik.T...r- t i ...4 a.t y h other a.. lAr't r'r nt1 -air dziwi Ae =&be.
PalxzJalv 29.-Immu nwe crowds of." k ,,- -m - C,-,R 5,. '- ?. A M,. P ,
peOp le tmatd a lh Sl Ward N. li mbrt ic :i-: l Ipart' Itpta n ioa ^ | a le--;j Ia p1-a.e rt Tod r--
this afternoon at St. Mmsde to witn*-. the tc-v north f the e,-h-;r of Lertv r.n a man. i-s m-, nhlr, '.- t i y q Ah t^
Sthbe.ftrrar of t.,he vitims- of th ..rr- t et _f .tt ;- -h.: r of- hat Poi e *.A of hhi like i- L i a "t Fir Sa PIT .-. l'. ,i '
hie m itt d-disaster otSw adavia .st. 'Thr& M aii1) the --I zer o"twat r m wh at r hax at e LW-k-i e i W w r ./-
.. branch. of. ,r- on wh ., ithe- t r- ,i-w i r .

the pretei ce ot l prefect of the d-n iritb- .-itn' o t ,f fhu rc-- z-ii: r f i.:t t B ,R zi lBi-tR .it'm i U M...r.j r I, *--- r-;i ;-. ---
Mail s r e .. --- zf- . ,lV i,, h _fii -_ aq: -% e ter :h -
-llhmetai of rrt'o, to keep the e .rn Wh_- tiA-" -- that t*- eA T itLSU seek--,
-preentofathe e and truong de n-1 Su. 2 1e h -at a, -t -t --k 4i, ..n -U ...
r" ..,; l * li * -.--A. Vj LA. ,.' *^ --~ **ta o : m.- q .r L_
the pres.ser. r ,-f L4-r.t t - -fcto " de-- i-.stv--h '- u ? i r' ci- .... -o I- t*- r -----
TbeO t.were tw n v-.rto.. thearse, i the -it-tW ... -. --. :r --.-:;i .:. i- : tt 1-
S. rthe r iem ter ae.di t o their t.n-i: a-.d c-": -.- -e 1 7-1- .. r-i-.-.. 14 .. n - ... ..... -- o- __

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S" Bayin Hounds Lead the -Way to. a Cayv-
em That May Prove Valuable.
J Judge J. W. Perry, the well ".novo:
-Ow-en county tells me the fol
lowing story of a wonderful cave ghat hv s
been found on Lis land in Mor.zan cunyv
It has only been explored a short distaace,
b1t-to judge from the iica-tinm -I ts-.E
.be miles in extent. The ave wa fonin d in
a manner worh ,relTng. A parz of .fox
-hinTrs w--r.-: u:- a q.'iy wiich
Stheir hoianis had sprung wa-n the snd
denly came upon a high ledge. At the mno-
ment of arrriving at this p-ina rhe -bayiag
of the hounds was distinctly audible, the
hunters not far behiuLd. Suddenly the mu-
sic of the do:s cea sed.
It did no: i4e away by degrees, but
stopped suddeniy-. as if eachi loud mouth,-
animal had teeun struck by soine iVisible
force and forever qijeted. T.e hunter,
-e re a: a lo-s zCo a-_o- r= for h 1 cftZ,--1e -
uon. ,hile w"-:f-ring what buc-c' c_
the dogs a -beli Lo':ndA iLait i':d ` -- .
uaabie t2 oeey up w-i t tue pack ;-Q'ii-e up,
and. runninig below t-he- iedZe. s up .a
howl of diL.appointmeat, and te hue rr
cllibed down to where thn- o-, ha'
stopped, only to see' hiim disaapear injo th"
side of the mounmaimu through a a Irge, i-
re"Il.air c;:eii.n
Prue,-:ri-. to-ches of piae kn-ots, he
Shnters hastil- followed the co. They
na.d no t eJue iore taa ll fee.. .-;:I
entered a a-re C';-niler wie Y1-1,
dome. Every- inch o space on tohe wal"-
: auLd riot w lis e .-ered w.h Su inui e'.. -
that sparkled like nAillions of diamondi
when the light of the torches flash-d upon
thean. .
Tue -fn h-airried o-, however, rvin' tc
overtake their dogs, tha4 they cuid noev
hear faintly ba-ying Wvithin-- the bowls of
the earth. After going about .wo mile-
throtgh beautiful rooms and lofty arches
a d failini.g t e, c:ie a upon the horunds. the
Swear hunters had to retrace theirsteps,
owin- to their hasiiy inmprovised- torches
beinr nearly burned out- The dogs came
home the next-day.
few days after its discovery Ju!ge
i Perry visited the cave and explored it a
S short distance. He describes it. a-s one of
o the most wonderful caves he ever saw.. It;
one of the rooms there is a. stnane wall,7T?
i yards long, 4 feet high and 4 feet thick. It
o is built of limestone rock of a kind niiot
I found in the cave nor anywhere -nea it
SThe judge is at a loss to account forrthe
presence of this wall especially as i: is
cemented together with a cement as strong
as-tile rock itself.

- rIaVy. June in. at- p...... IRO.Qft- ....... ?Thurtday. July -4. at 1 -pMi M anyv people who have seen the cave at
ondavr. Junetha:pm -_.... A 4ONlIN_-.sundalv Jul-y 5th,ati ".UlP111 the-artificial wall are inclined to.think
W a, .JttIy;.rEROKEE...-Tne.i J'y 7nh. at -am thisis the famous Swift cave. where that
Fidlay,.- July-W, at _.- ar .. -------- MA EE -t.Thur-.-' uf th. at 6bA-n a
Monday.. July ith. at-pm-...-....~~EMIN"LE-: ..,!rIl Jvl- =-. at -ql4 i worthy minied and coined silver a hundred'
SWednesday, JJly ,,at-.3pm.... U .. i. ve-s ago. If this should prore correct
Friday. July Ith,atpm-...-...A.AI)N!IN. .Thurl- ivt, Jut'v i;lh. at l i judge will be amitlionaire,a-Sw'ift;'s
onday. Juty-1l:3-h,at3 pm ----. CHEiI .KEE: ..... sunday. July Ifih, at pwT e jue wi be a mlionaireaswf
Ve-uy,- Jily 2s-, at ,.:pm c ave was known to be one ofthe richest
Friday, July 17th, at pm- ... SEMIN 4)LE- ......Thursday,. Jui. ", ar -5* a silver mines ever opened.-Cor. Louisvilie
-i M oday, July 3th~at3pm; ....-IRO~-IS .....Sundlay. .luty.)ah. at S.tti air CommerciaL
W- ednesday, July 22d; at1pm ......A.. "AON A71 ....Tue-dlav, July itl. -ti.tlain' ___
7-i ay Jll 24th, At3pm.. -.....tHEROKEE-....Thurslav. Julyv_3ifih. at.ll-,a --------a-
odaay July VythAt3pm.....YEMASsE -..-?adav Aug.- ad at 2;0pn_ Vendettas in the Philpp-nes 1
-Wed s ay July2 tiat3 pm. .-..EMINOLE -.. .Ttsda.v. Aui_. 4th, a-t atpm- Blood vengeane is a sared law wit-hth.
F idaay, July3t pi ....... ....JROUI .....Thursday. Au-'. h, at Bloo vengeance ia acred law wiathth at a11
--. _ Qmianganes. If one plebeian is killed by
-- - another the matter is settled in a simple
l;T ]-J(_AI1 [IV E% LI pNE manner by killing the murderer or some-
-,- oneof his family who is likewise a plebe-
.... - - .- ian. But if a prominent man orpoble is
killed by a plebeian vengeance on the mur-
SForSanford, Enterprise, and Inte reed"aedra~l~m so nuh h
t ] nderer, a mere plebeian, isnot enugli: the
,---, Evictim of the si offering must be an

Points On theS John eqnivalentinrank.
0 Kns River Another nobreman.m tail( t4wao
d - n dered aoble, for their doctrine is, -What
kind of an equivalent is It to kill soMe one-
"- who is no better than a dog -Henee. the
family of the-slain noble looks around 1
Ssee if it cannot find a relative of the mtur-
;'=~~~~z n r d a s a t -: 3 p m . -- = " .. -k .V
'slesves j, ufloavletfeiorantord, Sundaysa Tesdys-andTursdays. at u::3 pn. Retura- deerer to wreak vengeance upon who is also
la-, le ve: o o yd "n Frdy at "]~ a -"a noble, while the murderer himself is ig-
StW \xeaxner- ^1E-z~tkzf s -1 nored. If no noble can be found among
: l l r a a his relatives the family of the murdered
'---...- veJ o o onda and- r p.. e mni man wait patiently till some one of thenjiq
161w.e 111i k vine, fr .4$Mfordt Mondays and- ]Rridays at 3:30 p. m.- ReturninW, lea ve San-
-fiad ""days an& Wednesdayst .m W ia. received into the noble's cste; then th.
SThe-at e sears are fitted up with first--class accommodations fr passengers, and vendetta is prosecuted, although many
tb. lbies will be supplied with best inmarket. i years may have elapsed. -
+. ... -" .. . -I W hen the blood feud ig _z- i zfie a reeffn-
eseraim PFl ger and Ticket Offee 88 West Bay -_tre-+t, Jacki-oinTill-. holorida. Z r-
: ..F dn ciliation of the contending factions takes
.F.M_ RO -NMOyGE.Jr.e Florida Paes. A5ent.i n,,.t: I.- T. J,-knvtil. Fia- place. In all the feuds the ead-of tfla
W,.F. OG DEN FA_ Y.Traveling Pm A._ nt.a P wlin ;r. -n. N-w York. mnnmrdered champions ne:cir tof-f ai litfe
J..0 PELOT. Fretrht A-gent, on wbaor;, ltoot Hozan St...litccni.\-.r. Fic tan
JN!0 IHONVARD. Florida Freight Agent!. ,rNt I-ru$ .. Jaf-x'.'nivih. Lt-. home, and the head hunters celebrate ts
J. A. LESLIE, superintendent, foot Lxaira st J.acksovi. iii,.. L-affair festal!vy. The skulls are fixed to rhe
MARWHALL H. CLYDE A. Tra-iTeManarr.5 I.rxli.^h;re,--. New York. front ofthe house.--Profesor F. Blumen-
Tar3- U. C-EGER. Trtic Manager, 5 Bowlins ~n n. New Y,,rk- s .
_P T e e.l r n w Y-r m 'tt iLa Popular Science Mant:ly.
Win. P. OCLYDE &CO., Gen'.Agts. .
1.-lSoith Whurv-Philadlphia. ." Iowliug (ireen. New York. I A college friend of mine has a- bright.

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bro-ther "- in'- t-Yteaeh c.Tou .soimei- de to eStrual Irr'iularities, are
tie vrr-e 0f 's:-- :-- rI~-jt:: ^pculiarly b*enefited tha wonderful
prop ~eof
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-Itled An Ordinance To Provide for o
;i _1i an Election to Determine whether or ___
notBL-,s ii be I.lned o ou- | THE FLORIDA TRUNK LINE.
A 5 stuct Vaternorks. and for r Pundinr -
1The 1 nil of O n tonTAMPA ^l-1I*-r E ii*E
1i o f'yotBaine-vilBe. tAnd toB-all .BnTit-zi n o M. i-
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Cit? ,,r i;,,iif u :f- O4rleans and the ,uhtne4.t.
rrI1. he f-queoiln of i -T'un ____
-. Glier, Drugg-ist. Watertown, bond- I the ity of G.ine-. .. r-
Wis.% 'i's is the opini-on-of a m=an Jia. to an itout nLor .-xcet. --ixy Dir'-c't (oec0o:,' o-_ No.-
i who k ps a d store, sells allZt-Ith anl ii'iQiW;e-t'": .t!... ;' ' -i t.
who a d~ru s :t-"---n-- 44 w ten c-.1.- w m. 'rha-
medicith .comes in direct co-.-'t rut n r i we; Time Card in Eclte May ,1M 1,-
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S th t patients and their fmi lies,- ,f aT,, cv unr hlro- _-
'4k Detter thaw anyone ?Aels e 'thlhpe 7- Of C -i ity. undir epr--__
|-aii k~s better a -ayoneels vi-ion Of io Nik 4, of the Act of No. No.7 XaorTHESx iDIv'x. N .No.4
Show iefiedies sell, and What tre te Il ..ure of 0he Sa:te of Fburidn. --p Vi, fcLv..F-rnu.ii, Ar -:.*p -tl,
merit iey have. He hears-of' all a.' pr,,eAd ', o A .- 7-i7 i r -.
the faiires and sucndnd can '-ileI "Anac* o revoke and a!.,l;-h the ; 1 pip Lv .. .du v 1 ,' -
s ^ -, .T p irreent- mTt mdi~cl* ]r r' t-rsm t <* i1r :';m I 24 iTp r -*ak...-LAv14-<
Stherei ju e: kow o no civof Gnain.-.vii!. Flri..-., m in .Haw-ho,. i --
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medice: fxr Coughs. Sre Throat. st ]-. ] rr-, a ci v- ::;Sr l : --.
orHoiseness that-.Had diesuch ef- rntu ih"-r.-f.-i "'c' 'a -"i"r -,
i feetivew rk in my to tie reb rd v,-r.+- ,Cou~ s, family aE_-Boschee's Gaii.t.villt. FI..,.. vo .a T..x i -, -,.-r :- .. p
s T er-. tfor theira!,ti-;vat atrr :, 'one'i l O to -'- ipA ** V^f ri t-T 4;-'
jerman -xx=-OL. ast I hirii ,iiv
iSorfhroat, w-i ntr NheMh on the r15:i, day.ofAu ... X.- -
.* inter a-lady called begv n o -vci m. ad ; ,; -- -
I Hoaeness, at mr store. who was -closngar 5 'lo-k i. of iidla. < p" .: -". : ,
sufferingfrom a very srC. II, S:Li boizd-,, be isa-ned I in --a :-, : v -- V Z .a 4
seve*cold. She couldq3hlr1v talk, dl-neminaiiois of olne uidred lollir- : .
-i ; ( each :n1U1 to bHcoi tie dea-lo- .-A
a.d ftold her aboutyrplow wit- T v th, any dlupar. N ... .... .: .,,- :.:- --
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and tat a few doses wgiihd gc-ive re- i t in v Taw trom iutlsart ,of issue anI :
ilief;,ut she had no confidence in twenrty ih,"ilsa i dln;.ch s.. 2K-i N-- -
patejt medicines. I to6-her to take iini ten years thertifie. until the1 fll 0 ,, .-...
4 a b-.e, ahdhf the resals were not amount thereof Ahali have ,been paiid. :in ;. -. Z.-n, ." 1-V S
satifictorvy Iwould m no charge regnlar numerical order Said bondu to ..... p _r rus--. ix . -..
for -A few days after -she called ii CiaAr- Matl-it S 421m
saii than six per cenr. ter aiutuiin. Ipay0'1e pti? 61T Ar ..t nt .... i-vt+ ix .'-
janmpaid for it. -saying' that she annually, and no bnd to be ,.d at ie tiiI .-r1h trIn..4 .i.v i- .1"1
Wfo evedTbeowitlhoutet .. .lieas than par. t-Ar I u-ilxxiLvji
woT d .e,^ t ,e r:at 1 6u -- 4 as ,; Ni"p f Am r .t,,nx-mi-;<, I.V.- .,- l-%a
af doses had given H .irdie6" (. I Sc. II. A taxoft eiit mills on the -'P ;- kaTAr .A n ii-n 1. li i'-,
f ?{ ~ dollar shall be ae-e ed and v ollectedi an- ,t Ar,-_s .... h,-;,< -t. v -i+a s-..;
[-', nm i-nually. payable in U. S currency. (T I-avt Jt.1 i-i.2 M'ilK a4 ,1,t.. u1N01: ay.
S^ ^I~"*^- all the taxable l roiert wy -ithin the vr-_, a ar -i :, l -, ---------
I porate limit f the sai d city for.he .,e y e*t-ipu .\ -.. :-. :, 's z
payment of sali, bon: and intlelres: ._rri -rs Jac lt- u ; '--
C4Mnej ~siet-ituu e.=zrs iruu.iwi -'. to k i-\-.-:-l :
Pro;vid- A, that tfile sahouid .ncil r eir u;- 113-VS3 .rI Ik --,, .
{pend the v,]lretion (if any tIr tt:'not. 1Nn_.2 .wF__z 1- _N w. %,A
:.-jd tax at any hi wn ie when it r-ll al ap ear-, 7 :a- Lv .:.-i'k .r "-, .,.
th at a le-v of-a e -l. a ndnt than eight Pha p i: L-.. alrdwin _B Lv 41a, 1 1
m-tiolan d ollvar. d -11 ae tht 5 Ar. iv C-o I' ..Lvl ti-p .I-
i+ .on" thie -hIar Will meeaNt therp_. .t t.r x-- -
Uireientt (f this cth' .. < _/ l r,--- '- II 4 I 1 _i 6 -G
S$ix -c-IV. The niavorof thi iz i .f 1 Ai tit' Ar. o.. Ix 4i:p
hereby re quired -d to i c tealnl lfor _oaid at : p, A--A ..': i- p I! "
Tf i and ^eleiaon. and topiit-ish the same Witeek-y, IVS-k li2 rt i _i l WIU2-ia ie-
-in a q newspatr pritittAli htie te e -ov vt f c, txa 6 i ,t r 9-- .! -s
feill in 4 Ixit hihnJ

** -* -* _ _, ___-^Gaine._ illj F1c ridtiin tie ^ a inning wi l rhlini ai ,e) rBB,; ,- < s :',,-.,., ) -:T,
Stwo dav after the pz-ssage and it approval. ,e -,i .. ,.a .
I-o -of this ond inan cev o.- 34. '. .1.Monto'd.-.. Ar ...
^ ^ SEC. V. On the next d:iv after the 1 -- r .t ,ti ,7 aB:-&,i
-elettion, oras :-oon tlhr aftew as lOsi- 2.. o t.i .- lx- .....-
S. . ..o- -- ble. A the mayor and citv council, whoe- -6- a Ar. -- ,a-winnxti.-Lv I, .
53p 5. -shahll ontitte he Ix;B, ......h ,ArA.. ..SChk. ..-...OLv ..

D d RaitPriay Ar.- Wia, L. ROINON ll&^ ^2 .? piaA
-iBishal meet atto the cirt tliwil- eia natieAr -.tAtI. V"K kowBt.
{ and publicly lroce& to t-=ai .z the la- ... win Ar. l -
'A 13a Li- lalttiu. -_ Lv -p -
da inv o as'f Vte-ast-:is hown bv thi retu-rnso --h - Lv .Lake L-
file in thie city cler-k'-haii'dsand shall, .... i~akr.Wr itiaSpn Lg i ps ....
publicly proetlhian the re-ul1t of -jid i--r__, &.Lv p .
-2 Dp Ar --- V ki .... Lv -5 t ......
election and t-anva.s- at id -Agn a Ver- .... -.... n.. Lv 1t ......
B one should i P.P.; my tificate_.Ahowing that the isz-uanee of -...10I Ar -.. -U ta.... Lv ..... -
every ot ldm l eicine to bowl, A wat or wai not, arprovedka. ,,L- ... -
y, vitalizeand e .the blood majority f thte tax-payer- of .said city, 1 O i d llu fftpia -
1**]IP,, B iB -actually voting. as requiredd by hw. .Ie te--camtweJk sidw r-le.--
Si A-id sdaid certificate Jhall e filtd wit ch Seruna th1mD PIo. I *af d-Ir -rwa
I.XmisiA 10 have loaMI sen sbin e--

w^S^Sv''~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h iiinnte~l boohktnKM~t of the~fB~n rin tiM city couTnei i theap toudtp exeusima$ ticet iaBw
cuitv cler'. anid by hint be reuorded ulon I tweJa ks~ifleai Tal e _.

adkiept among the records of his of- Hrole t v 13 Bai th, Ualittd iWm.
upod to iduuntrip ex j. ~
the.- e.n~al i na~ t~uy .~i. Ix .) fC_ vasi tck-t .-

.ial ? resdentproter of he ityCm Tiekeoe Ut W.txY xsyt. r i -

oaa e oot o .- .-d P. P. P- P a st-D ih. c-i ti he Et- .c i. -,__..-- ..-
pl-o -p.ri:fieof "--I m the age.eoaE allday tlf J l9 A.t 189.r ron. -.a
_A JulyM 1891.I= G D t. R - .- -,

al te eei aLP .PAtt--t---O.D. M1oars, City Clerk, ~ lq ";
wed jtly l~d~td. : Iat -

: Ol BlodP~n .ot c ereby x-e mt .ha.t the f~twfu _
I 5"o~rhe$1d alT~lli~and !- I~iIL %~t 3t'.'-..iaruc.laett! kleisa lieTo oldiytl natlc_ -f br .I ~l-taleit-iili~~t-!

I on are out of slpimi ta~ke P.. -P., +
I dkyshPk otr'-Time Card in EffectJl 1th, 9. 1~l EUJEdt3,k~.I.-




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