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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Resource Identifier:
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002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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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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D -- ""Skru "TrickI Efc. T" r" the life blood rfourcnt sstre- gt
IiDwn" ngak. pye of Capt. Elmore at the YeBOw et.U that nonea of our felloweftizens. richi
.- ... .. =).,u .t.... Fr. a aft. r -o Ne owenscolored, Yth Preshient ilakes AntIer Plea ~r, and pros7 rity, and. when it teaches;-- .-
emoayse _______ or poor, great or humble, can escape Lning or ta Ezpi-tl
------- Theby gning and killed a-. t h.-- ,t.s-.a ouer t --e adegeneration of Ljt t h-
wo. .. u a.. e_ -Thew -ngro Was plowing tomatoes -arlil II a
._- m oot. the time a -heavy thunder storm cam, g-Sve Apostle- e and conserve sarmt are s "-May e .-
ylD aB B | exait atre at tnehSomet he .-. .a. -o t i dictate that if thereexist inconI n- th Tresu t he IncO e thea
xleade and Preom! a Stm~n ekum The exact time thle-negro-met hi- sistent on. th oeQeti.' SasnSti-APieS n
a St en rt r---n d ieote th at if. th ere e ud~t In co n ve n- R a n - -
ience and har~dship-rs, r
tHi O --. o death is not known, but -one of h e ORK, May 2'- -Two h u-dred thie coagefion sor s Iinmperret diai e. -
Tprua.t. T .... b .. others employes. w-ossatworkmDand.twenty-seven editors and their tinOf ou" -atin medium, a rehm- ws receive othis I-
-TALLAHASSEE, ay 2&---lbuster-another field, found owns dead body friends were present at the banquet o edy shou e applied which w"-- - "
-- n~ntm_, ,, ... ,_ . -t .. -0 S - ueon e o y snoui be- alp d~- w lhi wilt. . t -it~ ~ x~ t--
mi the.senate -over-the Jacksonvile -nth the hands elaspd across the the democratic editorial association of avoid the ASaster that must. follow i th. .testeodar.. Te letter is
Charter bill was continued until the bosom. The body had every indiea- the state of New York held at Del- the tran Qfsiher monometallisn s follows:
evening session.- When a recess was tion that he Lad died wh ale "mnico'st niaht- Weean "hat hae itten s no"t ,een I_{A.p NEA NrEnr.. C i
were draped around the stateoat- of prompted -b any -ear that the dC-M...'. -L-aes dreXe_ Crse i
taken last night Weeks had the floor The hoe was also killed instantly v. arms behnd Presdent Ste -hen R. racy of -the state of ew York wil a te
i.thedis.a. .otthe revenue bin 4 behind President S -. cayeof tn sOft of Y. P l^ -
oin the disci o th ren A co es q was held with Jlarker. Senator D-id B. Hill occu- ever be an accomplice in sueh an in-seve loes n
Tl- e resumed i ar-Justice msey preiding, and after pid the seat of honor on the riht-of jiu.-vy totheir country, I-. -as be n-- bot sides. Ou -iet was order-'i
-rr e nn.aheaeh hdbn ithe president. The dinner began at tailed by: the free, unlinited and 6e here to cover the lanigodn- k-s.
u nentn the mourning as theldebate j theny had beenin- .... .r a. few f0 6 Dn. m.and it was 10 clock before independent coinag- e of -ailv er; nor dop T Su ban i ,

'. .. .. ...-:th = o . tl ,. ^ ..^. >a ^ ? ~ W. >. l pe -1o! .. he S hat-
upon the me asu. was unlimited. I ments the returned a verd- i e comment. Previousto I believe theywill be o tf e ou e en t a te

S SS -Shes -k in'X S ,LVL -*e. 1men- ; in^ ^
The, Ina V -w-a puzzled_ -n the: -orda,,e with the abote facts . .. t p M .-,.- .1y L Bro h ctod -We i o o l s
-Tuesti o t- n waped and ti, ._onc wic b e act. the speaking* letters expresshine regret party interests as to s pp ort such a iLhe.r e
q question w_ how to, ehe m sowna. Capt. Elmore has been unfortunate at inability to -be present- from- Pres m ove. -' foreof -0 from hNuevit a net u s
To xeffectthis result Doug ale. past several mo.h. h lo. dent -Cleveland..Postmaster--General ---ubject in the beliefthat nothing m-ore ft a e s n

tohi to ose. ureee
-put ajob and in obeyam to hstwo* horses... .i - -- Wlson,. t of War Lamont and important can eant hae atent ofs -etr i-- t ni
igntoW o enpoub gd obfyne the friens ------- -many othe rs were read. the American people -o the nati al 'dri n te fo u.- i s ee m
.- Ul .'t Blood Purifier -e an le te w- as 7 .de*- ,-u o ""' ; "" ...". .
.. -. .=- ..j The BesxtlelPate: Pre:dent "le- as -. mocr_ -= .,-.. .td p in. th e na n irvm tem lfo u It em ,
letionsnough othefrien, > of ,- r Peint Ceveland etter was as democracy-and in the convictiorn ...thatf time thlt w w bei det
the. Ja ck.o.lechater bl retied "f 1 .have taken- Hoobs Sarsarill, if0o L he- Voie of the dem ocra- e& thfo panieard wta d e bot in e
the g rre in the Capitol building, and and it h-as done me good 1 -r -i EXE 11T -E'IMANN. 1 Y. -k. o. a teoere o d c. n
Dougherty.._ .. .o~. Iregard izti ,,..;EXECrTx E MANSION,. o Yok,-thrug i~ts. press sht "O _frosnth pand ar ts .the~ usa an .th
-Sherty -Ced the attention of the as the be blood purifier that can dbe WA-NGTON, [i U C., May0.l. -ghe P hordimse. ou s
"- " 4 - ta e in or at an v -her-. -"John" A-: M a _. 3 Zs ,C a r n et -- r- An n .ever -.sLate- ours ... u a n -a e i e n th
speaker to the fact that- here was taken n the spring, or at a t A. Mason, irman. etc. - t_ G. E rELAN.".h us r
j... .--o i y Dear Sir-I regret that my offi- The o -. W amVL Brow. acted c We formed in a hDeor.llo 1eg e t a my De .
ordered qmerR paE ..a. .cial duties obplige- me to decdioline thet -at no-- edc Boa.r ^i we1Prie anddte hai f hed n am tng d le -tiie
. .. : -- a toa. fer. .The ~~following W e e i n a i t e a i _ - n
roll call was dler and othe HODs PLLS cure -sick headache,. t- courteoi I h received Te te ae
no o urtepo Vitation pha-vea ths'Hore.e ive-idd B. Hill; tha t s drivin te offI
vntIeman from Voia was sust. lioiMsness intige-stion. to attend the annu-'d banquet of the Ry, on. I)av B Hill. f in ov them o.
Th prud n -. of th everyrerd
democratic editorial association -on- -the Th
The Lpreident of the senat ordered "- A Wrehoue Slnking. 4th inst. dt eatound oney. .H on. James I Ec- :The Spanish attack was well .planned fti
the srgnt at arms to briug in the- TAMP. _May 2.--The large ware- This reunion of democratic editors i hid. t wde u f a|
.. ~us of Gun -,kige -o "w lS. "'lariyrc inepl x-~ nifte a ad o
absent meml hOuse of Gunn &- Sekinger of thi will, I. am sare. be an enjoyable oeca e pore I
hW ~ ~ ~ ~ ~cty "tae -onr thyw-lae6e'eds urFE
Word passed from mouth- to -mouth city, situated on the. river bank, .is o t all who participate; but I shall Relief is %"x ou". menwk a
sin1 n It is full of .re --- -- adm e d o rt p ; u Ish ln s, "" nweed p -a n onh e a et
that tsnn were viewinK the sorrroorind- a b appoitd f the felowsh i p DistrenW Kiodney and Bladder d ,- Veterans e and this, together with tihe
.. .a ~tr f~ tmtoer.ho i~.grain, etc.-.- and .the tos-s wilI be onm-th
ny the when Itte s e and interchange of sentiment it wi eaes relieved in ix hours rapidfireing frm our repeating f
e siderable. o It is hard ton sure help to afford do not stimulate, the zeal and "'-Nw.Greaw South Ameia Ki te
din ad a e the eenn -remove the goods on account_ o t eort of-the faternity thet as-sembled Cre- h ew reme.i- a M r. d oseisi woatrc-.Co
opening a danger.-. It is thought by mornif- in behalf of the democratic cause and surprise account of its e
--hpWrmini-wt *effct ed aned over-y- that the building will be entirely de'edemocratic principle. "o- a d etretei ao it ) J-s oe
-.thing-isnow moving aLong nicely. p n -.retein -he a he avy ". nnw t
at: m promptniest in led pain in the i t h lve.
'Senator Darby is- a great leader by ar party is so much a party of bader,-inys, imk anid every part -we left Goez in

"-m~itror iq- in~be under h y ldesgyeacocettoris guid--fft urfllwciizn wp"da hnino" "hue.J -an -o a- ll kn"rpj o
Sand it is questionable under his d- Did You Ever the people. and its proper action and ofthlr-inedrv thse.. male orihened ay on the a dtreric ; or
a-Z whether the majority culd-ever Try ElectriciBitters as a remedy forlUfulness are so dependent upon male.- It rpl e ----retention of water'.a raid .run the prov incfP r
I-cboesnc 1[f -not--- a stant adherence to its doctrines and -.Ttral inued Prit
'-ae plisd-.nyt. .-- yourw roube? If not, -e a bo t adpi. _. in_ ito a os wated a shall ji h as soon
.... .yersaf. i a -l fai ad -etl relief. This medicine has trato tdecir n atedo. .c i d ou dit n ltde I-f It i ero m-
w a t q i k--* n u I
and .opPularlo ranks to follow the -misleading- liho hi_ i .'youemed. t c oo-
-.-e hi hy cp -- bo. If d -obe -adped to port- -- t thi pr vn ha -- -
nm-t- he -relief -and c rof all F Com- ._m .a popular misapprehension J- iVidnLh A G h pGa otpes by j
ea_ -i. .wonderful direct should. go unchallenged, Our irs. idl " i-es-.- j-, .-
~ed ad thenaulaount icto-
tht overs trle th cus.
__ and Appetit _-Constipation, Headache. e hratic, principle- .. WEttoer. it tatery..thermove
Fanting*Spells, or are Nervous I Sleep- been punished by defeat when, losing Gainesville, had a preliminryceiv
lbld sight of our banner, _we have yielded ore Judge Mason yesterday on thet
-] ~~ke EM DIX.HI_ --1 bj Melme.holy or trou~be -n I tl o p dty.J.-
4 ]with Speu& Eectric Bitters is to the blandishments-of undemocratic charge of-assault and battery. One of g h
J. H Jarviis' bors- with two others I headi deado r ale n d I s ha p ie o or
and-fl-ighte to e Strengthth -mdcie guaranteedY ed by~elht m n '-"-There is a temptation, now vexing? 0f hdWere Otuntinin Mr. ot Wright's~h ovneighbor-we tbeforbe snbeingo taken.a Ion Iiam ,iexpecting .a Iah
-WALIJ -,May --- The amatuers of Lag bottles only fifty cents at W. c. i the people in different sections o the hodhniggas h oy-wr ob eto ln adi I' q'
th Wad ". o -P apae DmnWalc' rgsoe coun~try-which assures the d) -uis of .thr-ty. when -they"pe '.dMr. Wright's. days. --"6h t. P."ua \ Aet~-r.' "i- an.dl
-adPt"s t ag n apci- "o a C "a epi ud democratic party principles, inasmuch. house and entered the. yard to -get a-- -
.- mi l~~fu' t~ a 1 Ls -or ubmmw~tm~l~mt- a. it presents, a seheme whieh isdrink of water. Wright apparentlY Buc-ensArSm'a _-r lws.- '
_ti lS~ll~ls~tWillimm's pe -~ -TAMtP- May 25.-At-El Liceo Cu- claimed to be a remedy for agicult- without provocation jumped upon Ar best salve in the world for cuts it't
"Thurdy euening. Thepjerfrnn -bao last night the Cuban and. Amer.- Uiral _depression and such =other hard tu Jarris and beat-him and iter-' bruises. sores, ujeers- sat rheum, !wht
vat f~ar aov the-average and-won ivan ladies gave a-eoncert to raise-'ships as,.affliet our fellow citizens wards dragged hi~m.-into tihe house.eve shlli ore.tetterd cappe handi, erus "e
money for fofuowifor tm Cu of-the, !Thus, because we are the friends of The. other two boys ran but in an-hour tions. and po, itively curt-s piles,.or no eq u
p fy aoUwng_ Smth,. of- Smth:- Wuddiltteo_ b 1- the people and profess devotion to Arthur joined them, more frightened }-pay required." It is uarateed to gtive 4 ),14
Pythi: _I nSmith, W ._. BoT. Father coming sick in sevice." The program their-interests, the help of the-mem.-.than injured. The trial was continued perfece~t. saisacioer mont- oref unded. boo
TieicGow. ors ilt e zeel~ent, and the. entertainment bers of our party is invoked in sup- until next Saturday- iW Prc.2 cets i raox. Fo sl b
s~erant, W.S. .Tihus: -Mrs. -~e drew a big crowd. port of. a plan to revolutionize the -~ot o I. -r__.___rm .t -
-- ... ..-- .. .. ..tmw, *-- _.w th e Pna. ma C anal. "motietarv condition of tle country.h" -. .... .. ... if aw k ,m

t'he -- .... Tbre is no danger from ... dis- -- -HAWTcOnRN. tay -.--. na-
COLON. Columbia. May 25.-It is and embark upon an experiment which There is no danrr from thlis dtsea.
-Ch be n 'Co mur ] s oh f med y v s ; thorn 4tart,_d a half d,-,z,-n men with
reported here- that the new French isdLsredited byaliraon acd Ietl t U '-L; he tougwe ia antd a hagy fur F"rt M-r an
company that has been pushing the rience. which invite trouble and d6i- a gen.d a tI t ouah-xi. t k fr th- rv .son
work along the route of the Panama aster in every avenue of labor and en-- muc an a it -2rtion. l Monday. to whrk ui -- tr M
Canal is trying to sell the canal to an terpri ., an d which nmr-t pr"- ar,- _-s -he s" p-,fle -rd A .....- -
Americ-an s-djcate-. structVe t- o our national p ndof paro4ysrs of couh ng and insur-- ,-outh a few w:ek" ao,
SA"""chcarascter. VWhen_ a campaign is a_ a r over. There not -th- Mr. and: M-. -. S. .- l-.v-
STr on fot to f- the f u -danr i vin i t -for.e o n a fw da
0. focpeho Tn f.*t 14 cirree tht-. fre.e. wxillmi-:
_. W ul-er.. of Canajohari-e. V itY_ and independent co inae. e rchirt .ai. as -.. ni-p= no Arthur -ln" h c-it at nin
sa-ys tha- he I wa ._ iK Kin. "s 'y 'he ow ment- at a trati which .. ,u -it. -d St thtFrnean lna -._l- -:m-
New Dicover in th.- hu.- and his i ails d to our circulation unrtrained t* ruhgg.--- and rss .ice Ir:--^- -
family has aiwza-~. bBl the' Vt'v be -t ln.t of o-valled dollars. matrine-i
resul-. follow itz u 1-: ha "-t w..u ca'v- worth but half the amount they | <' id Ra g
not To without i--. p- !: .rab e. <;. pur or-t to pre s lnt. wi-h no -- lZ-- 'I, -- -i-.n a.
...en u m n lVs-.-WA
A. ID -k-ema -! Dru z .-"ta,- ., N.Y... .oi cr r .your^ -'o- nake v twi = !h.-I- to : s A preparation w hIlh
sawy that Dr-. Kin-'. N-w I)iscovery ficieev valu. an l *when it I- -'- ,n _S 4'1...-t .-. i en iches -a.d --
undoubtedly the best Cough re-Q-' l that I-Vi a rosiiionh '1 ^r ^-.- -o o-ell iche and pusistsierh
that he ha. used it in his fami"vfor any relation -o the principle of de- -- -,--. '-o i repaiind aast ne
eightyears and it has never : Ia.-z hr. t is. ,Me .for all wwho may ,n. :.- .i.a n a asied -
do all that i claimed for it. ,W : l. 4L -at dtre-r idmenc rmww u- t h v a mut hav e a wide rane
n o t tr y a r te m d- .; i lo n g tr ie d a n ii U t- rld W il'- 'A.' --".i -. "uua
ted. T-fr i ^a l httt -e fr efe at XV. C.W "wre.o f u e fu 1 n e s .
lac&^ 1 b-h-nc Store R uar e ^-t. o p.ty of z. P~-P^ ^ ^ ,. ^ ,^S uch a pr arati( is

v .t- - -- phit 'tSA a -G A

Miss JJUiian Holmes: Jame -imepiece,
Mi-s Grace Savage: Miss Tidmaurbh.
Mii: Laura aleyv Miss Irresistible.
Miss Eva Pons-
When altl did well it is difficult to
make comparlson_.- bat for downright
good acting and aIl-r-uud suc'ss Miss
Lillian Holmes as "Mrs. Stoke, _*-and
W. S- TiU as "Billr. bore off t
honors. "Billy'" made a great -hit.-
and won round after round of applause.
SQuite a handsome sum wa realized.
Note*- From IKanapAiL.
KA.APAHA, .May 25|-Plenty of rain
a-nd itjLS doing much daage tocropl.
D. S. Taylor has puta t"e old Taylor
mill im- running order and is prepared
to fil-bill. -i
liss Mazie Pryor. daughter of our
effkiciQen and e-teamed conductor. N.
Pryci-. returned bome ay, d hay.hving
"bn ,n a visit to Miss Grace Elmore.
A few Ctalou- ] will soon be goin
forward from here
Ship Cents of beans. cn's. etc.. 'are
- ,.ut to ce-a.e-. -I,'-t pay-
Thos-. E. Haiie has Litely returned
From Tallsha'c,. where? he has been
T _isting TAW- mi.--e I. V.
Taylor. -
- The colored ~peokgveatrc i
-and Wa-i'nS cl-u -uiand anal -3-
u. ual .~ y Ad a .'.-. ...- -
TbIIEwtnestC 4pprtatc The? Oak .Rai- -h -'' th.ak their
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dlgs comfort ad minwLj
Ttlyn Bn, who liv bet-
ta.n hers and enjoy -life mr, wt
expenditure, by more mopt
the world's best products t&
of physical beh- KingiH attest
alie to heath of the pre liquid
tre yriciples embraced in ihe
y'y, Srp of F'"i&
Sexcellence is due to its pfting
ie form in,,st acceptable and plea.-
o the taste, the refreJingaWd t&uly
fical properties of a perfect la-
, ,ffectwally cleansingr tw 'e s,
4lin. colds, headaches aAd lews
permanently curing cnstipation.
s given satiafactibn to Miios and
with the approval of the medical
_aon, because it acts on the Kid-
Liver and BoweLs without weaw.
Them and it is pefect lyfree fron
objectionable su4aBne.
rp of F< LA foir sale by all dru-
n 5c and 1 bittl-s, but itf(mia-
uard by the California ig i6vrnp
ily, whose name is printed on ereT
re, alo the name, Sfrupof rigs,
eing well informed, vou will w o
t any subtitute if ofred.


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k ,ad. Cowe and sfr im-
- you a line n &.InWER~lE' ir
ilthy second tTo iint (n town,
I at prices tha, t firt-clasu go-od.
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atr in thi. or any flC ttb* same j4nt atolid. This
rrtnisw maide writhat fear of
tza IlitlonS, menalsb esrvation or
iirot-tiou- Ileau-aber the pla-r.
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Crockery and Tinwa'e.

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26, 1895

- - Awa
Highest Honos-World'B Fair,

Ap=rpe Cre-am 'ofTtr Powder. Tree.
f 4ow AumA iaAt ur-yaia eran.

-SX9 ataidGosam Ghered oa the
3trcets-What has Happene~d and is
Gel .--pen-YPin Persenal and
beoedal-mt Band Thing
Mclh cows for -ale. H. IPLNKOSOX.
-Florida seed pea uts at Glickman'..
Bicycle for sale Icheap. Tam Cato.
Smali lot of clothing at cost. C.
Scarrattl. -. **. 1 .

- ,Whist is again becoming a very
popular game. -
See us Monday without faP- Two-
mey& Hyde.
There were very few people in the
city yesterday. .
Fire-pr rfiI _f<>r 'aeby.' Phillip
The Ledger wili soon commence the
TnhDiii.ation of a daily issue.

XXXX Elgiw creamery butter at
Phillip Miller's &Co.
Fish are -not biting as well on Paine'S
Prairie as they wre weeks ago.
S^Marshag Daves w I lgive- his annual
- fh fry as soon aslicourt adjourns.
Gents' ndervesit, 45 cents-worth
6 cent& C. -Searratt.
P. P. Wood wet to High Springs
on business yeslertay.
Home-made evaporated syrup for|
-saleby Phillip Moler & Co.
The- Oak BaH expect the Ocala
basebll team here next Thursday.
Pue -iX Elgin Ibatter, 25c. Clover
brand 30e poid, at Walter Porter's.
-It is said that wedding bells will

See our new piq ue and ducks. See
our new embroid=ries and laces. Two-
imeyA IHyde. i -
The city coutinci has extended the
time for advertising the delinquent
tax Hlit -
Ilealetious in ,Jmattings and rugs,
towels, -napkins and table linen. Two-
-ay & Hyde. -
Ocal; Steam Laundry delivers to- alt
parts. of the city. I L J. Mixzon &Co.,
Agents, Brown block.
"O-h June 4th the Plant system will
sell round trip tickets to St. Augus-
tiAzie t tL55 for t*e round trip.
Eary R6eel ill do upholsteinn
a"d matirem work at low prices. Drop
me a postal. Lek Box 43.- ma-r24-2m
J. W. Cannon,. at THE Srx office.
-does all kin4s of job printing in the
nealtest style and at the lowest price.
Scholanbhip in' the (Cmmercial Col-
lege-tl K'ntueky University, L4xing-
Ston, Ky-, fori sale. Apply at this
eU e *. .'
La.iving Gaiiesviie June 1, I wi-h
SS-ell --my piano and furnturv. Ma v
be seen at the barracks. X. I.
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le S Cna. Searraltm s new ad.. He
SwilseUdr-goo2s as cheap -ag.any-
Ii-.N-w. New goods arriving every

To have perfect health you must
-have pIre blood. and the best way to
have pure blood is to take Hood's
Sarsaperilla. hoods

M. T. Park of Waldo, father-in-law
of Sheriff TiUlis, is hr the city. He is
accompanied by his wile and will re-
turn home today.
Warner & Denby of this city shippedI
six baskets of cantaloupes to Davn-
port of New York .yesterday. These
arethe finest which have left Gaines-


Rev. R- T. DuBose will arrive in]
the city today and- will preach the
commencement sermon of East Florida
Sem-inary tonight at the Methodist
W. G. Carter isthe tomato king of
North Gainesville this year. He has
a 25-aere field which bears every indi-
cation of a large crop. He will begin
to- shipthis week.

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Curessprains, bruises, sweiling rbhea-- Stock at Wholesaie.

matism and neuralgia. Large bottles,
2935 and 50 cts; Sold by A. J. Vidat
and W. C. Wallace.
Seventeen pounds granulated|
sugar. $1; four cans tomatoes,
25e; four cans Peas, 25c, at Wal-
ter Porter's.

Members of the Eleve Association Gainesvile wI ill be Iuu 0o lue all U1
areexpected to arrive in the city-Mon- this week. The commencement exer-
day. A good crowd is- expected, and cises of the East Florida Seminary
every arrangement has been made for combined with the festivities under the
their entertainment. auspices of the Eleve association of the
Tomo w M y My te East Florida Seminary will interest all
Tomorrow, --3onday, ..ay 927ththe .the people of Gainesville the next four
Plant system will sell roind trip tick- days.
ets-to Jacksonville at $1.75 for the t e sweeping reductions in all
tri. -Ticetsgod t reurnup Nteth sweeping reductions in all,
roundtrip. Tickets goo to return Pour millinery goods. See our ladies'
to and cluding May 30th, 1895. Iand children's hats at 10e: see our line
Sat 25c, worth 3.5. 50 and 75 cents. All
Pure 4X Elgin butter 2-5c. -Clover our fine shapes and sailors reuced.
brand 30c pound, at Walter Porter's. We have just received some new nov-
i w. nfne nr b Jndo Tavlnri elties for Juneand July wear. Also
-infored bv'Ju&-&eTavlo

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At cost of aeial. You know US. [
We're an old- -stabliShed firm. e re
looking for cash, and we'll give you
worth of shoes for one dollar eash- i

n1't Buy
less Tempted

By prices add quality. Our salesmen
won't persnade vou. --Th.-y mwiU poItelv
Show you ourstwck. The goods
sell themselveS. They fit perfect, are
well made and finishiised exeelenftlh.
To a sensible public, we. think- we 'V
said enough.




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The F. C.& P. .is still carying
many carloads of rock through Gaines-
ville for jetty work. This is a great
industry for Alachua. W. F. Rice of
Arredondo was the first man to intro-
duce the rock to the contractors of
jetty work-
Pure 4X Eifn butter. 25c. Clover
brand. 3kc pound, at Walter Porter's.
Call for the Horse Brand. Johnson's
.Magnetic Oil, it has no equal for all
t external purposes for man or beast.

Surely You're Not
Going to Miss It?
One-half ofe GainesvillS1be.t people
have not been bere yet. HaV"en -ou
heard of our sale rontedyju'wanto o a $4
shoe for $. imported KnarO.,T a h4
forr_.50? Would you prefer a -$2 Soe
for$1.50? We have that also, a-d, a
aori$t...e line oxfoirs in btack
or tan in mediur and R -C at 1 .5_
t-- o- wn't ftn --any-
to $-. The kind yoU w d
where under $2 to $M


Array of Clothing for
and Condition of


Now Ready.

Ahead of all Competition

Stands our Single, Double
Breasted and Cutaway

.V.t. ............. - -- .......--uits Fatraveling, mountain acueanure fi __ and
yesterday that the crops in the Arre- See our new veiling= see our new rib- 1 .
dondo section this season would not be bans. Twomey & Hyde._ L- s -Suits Faultl i
as large as was promised last season. s they ra k with
J~~- DurinL- the past- few-davs_ther'e have M SI S
owing to the recent heavy rains, which n number of chicken coop raveFd,,,e.. i : o,-ID hcus m worank .
been number of chicken coops raided.- U., S
have done great damage. o. L. York missed some WH hiI cbiek- WHITE.A D b custo 'work.
Dr. DeWitt's rheumatic strengthen- ens yesterday morning, and last ni-'m. IRESS GOODS
ing plaster. Relieves and cures he caught a negro dispoing- of R E
rheumatism, neuralgia. sciatica, and them was arrested at -AT
weak back. soreness of the ches-t andt The negro.was:arrted aL!
pains. Sold-by W.C. Wallac once. B. Edelstein has also misscea!-
Soon The people of Gainesville who number, of chickens the past few days. NEW YORK -PRICES
affordr' it will- begin-to leave fort That the shoppin., public i ready FOR Tat lWEEK.~
h Thatl the shopping public is red- E" FR THIS WEEK. ies. the prices at which- we are selling clothing
e affresorts It is thought thatI and quick to appreciate "true valesthis season are lower than yoU will ever see again, at
the tvel north from Gainesville wi showbthe simply wonderful re-
e e thf Gasn l Isponse to our adve.rtisementsfor the We have the goods and least we hope so. Now about the clothing; well fs
be -smaller this season than usualpast few days. Our bargain counters t i order for '
ave,"beenetrongestachnday ith;ttwe ever owne. Ta'ssvn
owing to the prevailing-circumstances. have been thronged each day with thefine and est
eagepr p-.uurchsseach oone atisfled room, as new summer. Finest ever wa. Everything
-L.C. Smith has just-- received- a new. beyond- a doubt that they have secured s "aoodbt buy ies fno. Fi n ay. Everythinr
and bea ul line of Sterling silver one oft bargains of the s till coming. needs for spring and mmer wear
belt buckles, blouse button sets, cuff season. Tomorrow, Monday, andduring f s Or
pins, chains, for ladies, also a nice the week we will make greater efforts to ____ to Selectfrom. tep and.
line of buttons. etc., for gentlemen. do the largest May business in the his- t slt frot an d s it whenu ass mu'
Call and see them, --or anything else torvy ofthe "Big Store." Besure and 'w The stock dipltlays brilliancy, beauty and dura-
you wis-h in our line.- we are glad to visit our store this week. Twomey & J a -. bili and te low rices add to its attractiveness.
show you through andprices low. 2t Hyde. t. "t "low pai t
MAiss Gertrude Pereda of Evansville, LJ- -:SE l r
Ind., -is in -the eity the guest -ofher;i 0 1JMi as
aunt, Mrs. B. B. Bareo. She will re-t FIAIT IRT
mai in -this city -during next week afe w h se w Last daV A I L CLOTHIN S.
after which she will visit relatives in '
J. O. rwshas alictions for 1- .
J. 0. Andrews has applications for,

stock in a canning factory. It meere
are any others who- wish to take a
financial interest in this enterprise Mr.
Andrews would like them to report to
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Igetween the cornrof I. A. Barnes'
residence and the residence of Mr.
Dawkins, a black satin belt with a sil-
ver buckle. The finder will please
leave at Judge Bell's store and receive
a suitable reward.
Dr. DeWitt's Mandrake blood and
liver pif& The best in the world for
constiptipion, iiousneass -and disor
dered liver: they regulate the whole
system, increases -the appetite, and
restore the patient to health. Sold
byWC WC.Wallace. -
There was a difficulty last night be-
tween white and colored parties on the
square. Nothing serious resulted
though it looked black-- for a time.
The negro escaped as soon as it began

Eight pieces dark ground ehallies 3c yard.
Five pieces figured India mull, worth 10c only 5c
Six pieces yd wide Irish lawns only 7c.
25c wool challies for 1Sc.
35c wool ehallies at 22c.
50c swivel silks for 33c.
35c figured French plisse 22c.
Bargains in every department. Come and see
for yourself.
T-I--11.- RLV. V III Ok -.

w Oett wO war3 tor nim. -
Itch on human, mange on horses. !
donas and all stock,. cured in thirty M: V
minutes by Woolford's Sauitarv Lo- 0 N DLJ
tion. This never fails. -Sold b. A.
3. Vidal, drusgit, Gainesvile, Fla. t --
The six gold medals which are to be I. l earl- U X.
awarded to successful competitors I a
among the students of the Eat Flori-. .i e ,C
da Seminary this week are now on
display at J. S. Bodiford's drug store. A
The designs are all beautiful.. "- 1 i o did
En.lish Soavin. Liniment removes. --- '
alIH&rI.. Soft orCalloused Lumps!andI t LlO hll- (_
BktLmLh\. from horses Blood Sparins.
.rh..e-, -ipiuts, Sweene-y. Rino-B oane. ( D IH A .-
IStitks. Sp.rain.- ai! Swollen Throats., I
C Stie*. Warranted the most wod erf u 11
SBlemish Cure ever known. Sold br A NO N 'E Cl I A
J_ Vidal. Drugiit. Gaizt svle. F5.
Moday andTudayaethelast althogl Oll C of
|l tio "" -r .., o
days ofther'Cattsale at Mrs. 1. Wil-"I

TI.V.NPorTterandalgofJacko pte st ooa have be a in d1 rCKp1 rct llet a[V--
vile aremintheecity the guestsof rei- P thept two wk ad ti an. NW ideas to act- upll-new
atives. and will remain during the I~.orteayhn ntedv ~i~ olan c~ teP-t t lolfC
Slieyou will do well te -ay at-her,- method(ls to introduce. Two heads are better than
iW~k. itrmi uhg h -.iic oa ild.wl ( ~e".. .
S place of basins ,n'da or Tesar. one. A hundred mvre wvise than two.
Pure4X Elhrin butter .i- Clover -
b-'andl-'ikl 3- a t Water PorGr'. overnor-Mithldi ha. no a y- t a t, "-tar
pointed i me who had been If You.-e A Point Whrerci Our S._rvice <';it iIIrov t
Sp a- fo W h a oirbih f,,u iwooule .It l I "!'
si*.s o :. Ai O "r printed lnd^d, b the exo-u.w. ', --m'i.iUtl
d 'e--.d- silk- oa ly3'i ent-. co-an- & !WUIV W 1jurv -ati -Ver' coa-'j ^ hite urV2in1V. V -. wide! t" adPI .H"
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vii t^ --- ;'~ j V 1 ^ -'^i- h 'o- W e arc Urw sh nwnv^i. .ev~erAl stvI!e'. f ml'W ^ d1'-.
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