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 Items

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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"'.- TAXES FOR 1895-6 -
y _lot to Exceed- Four and a Fourth I eiB Ue DoHIiar for State P arlpe*-].

Section L That for the parposeof
securing an equal and uniform rate of
. taxation and to pay the appropriations
for the current: expenses of the state
for the years 1S95 and 1S96. and for
interest on the bonded debt for said
years, there shall be levied upon the
real and personal property of the dif-
frereuit counties for the -ear 1 a tax
of three and one-quarter mills upon
the dollar;and for the year 18,.l14 a tax,
Sof three and one-quarter mills upe
the dollar; and there shall als6 be
levied for each of the years 18S6 and-
1896, a constitutional school tax of one I
mill upon the dollar; Provided, That.
if the governor shall discover from
t.e aggregate assessment of the prop-I
erty of the state, and- from other
sources of revenue, the reduction of
the three and one-quarter mills, state
tax of either.or both of said years will
-be justified, he is hereby authorized to
reduce the same as low as he may deem
advisable; and he is hereby empowered
to instruct the tax collectors to collect
only such reduced tax as he may fix as
See. 2. The board of county cornm-
missioners of every county. at a meet-
inff for correcting and reviewing -the
county assessment %hall immediately
thereafter ascertain and determine thb
amount of money to be raised by tax
for county purposes, inacludingthe cur--
rent expenses, interest on bunded-
debts, bridges and county buildings,.
and to meet the expenses they are
hereby authorized to levy a tax of not
more than five mills upon the dollar
on the real and personal property of-
the county, and every such determina-
tion- and levy so made, shall be entered
at large upon the record of the board|
of county commissioners; and no coun-i
ty shall levy a greater amount for any
-purpose than five mills for county pur- |
poses;- and any indebtedness contracted-
by the county commissioners of anyT
SCmunty, in excess of the said amount,
shall be null and void, and no suitI
shall be prosecuted in any court in
this state for the collection of the
-iamn Provided,; That the county i
_ commissioners of each. county shall
levy a tax not to exceed five mills nor
lea than three and one-quarter mills I
on the dollar on the real and personal
propertyof theeountyforeounty school
purposes; Provided, further, That
the county commissioners of any coun-
ty may-levy an additional tax not to
exceed four mills on the dollar each
year, to pay all outstanding indebted-
- ness and interest thereon; Provided, I
That nothing in this act shall be so -
construed to prohibit any county
wishing to erect a court house or .ail,
from levying the amount of special
taxes now allowed by law for that pur-

Se- 3. That the levying of a tax
for te. raising of a sinking fund for
the ultimate redemption of the bonded

a '

debt of the state,- is hereby suspended
for the years 1895 and 189&
Sec. 4. All laws and parts of laws
in emfliet with this act are hereby re-
See 5.-. his act being a&public act
shall take effect upon ita approval by
-the governor- - -
Approved June 1st, 185.

Eiglsh strtm serge and French cam-
era hiur are fabrics largely used for
making early mmi** costurmes
A gow of blue crepmo trimmed with
blak satin ribbon and gallons sprinkledi
with spangled jet is in strict ccordae
Iti,- mie*- ofC& a
Wom a.i-e tolerant of their owa.
- weakesSy mAowever trifling or grave,.
eml Im women for the very faults and
--o&le. of the sex. The other evening n
iim- ee crowd got jammed in a th atCr
lobbyvand some women grew hysteric4.
"Oh, Ishall faint!" exclaimed a stout
bkood, looking piteousl_ at her esccrt.
Men on all sides glanced at her 'sy-
p-thetically ad thoe nearest made a
.ra.tie effort to give the stoaut blind
ire -roomn. H-er-xt too.ed dawn
art 1~e faos teiufehwiy
** am going to -faint, h eied and
a- gt ready to fall gracefully into thi"
"Well, faint"" shouted a robust lady
at her elbow. -'For eaven'M& sake, fait
and be done with it, fur _-t! rest of us
WnZ to getot. -00
Some people glanced at her indi-
"a any, ad -tber titteredl, but te
Oit blod wbo was about to faint
brced up suddenly and concluded she
woO.lw t. X Sniff of alt col have
de the bwa qui&cke or -. wi-
-tomb ---Pit *B Di-patch

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As a, instanCe ft wisdom mning:
fro tbi zouthe o bsabes this Story is
to rtaittle HugBt, had yat begn
t toH T6 nfrr had -ad thw-
Barketing on the dtmbWafter. fr~i
-which i w taken by the svt. m She
e- oeda t-rin of nasgms the i k -A
whicl the ydi-stff had netwr eml be
*W hat ju that. Hugh?"' fhs moth

Be pow~erel for a minute andibe3

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-A 06MM0 PasapaC&t
-0Gwi" (wbo has behaved very rndz7
to Her A-nt-Auurr
(0a para dout go aw~y ye?.
LiuSE atreredr--! Imad no idea rt~o
re so. find 4f me. Gerul-
(Ue-<&)h Ac2lL Clara. it:1
that but uma aid! waa ism
_V" WINTvm bad ULAWj.,-I~sbarbi




blod.For ch
puny, pale or
covery" is a ton
up both flesh
What is said of
applies equally
an appetizing, r<
it sets at work
ses of digestion
rouses every ore
action, and bring
and strength.
from "grippe,
cence from pmne
and other wast
speedily and su
and builds up
For all disea
a torpid liver o

f rom o To Avoid Expenswe Taxex Mu-.t Ue Pad'
from scrofu- .The vegetable market has -operated By Augu-st M8ti. . .
lOus, skin or very peculiar this season. This spring EDITOR Sux: A" there anpeas to
scalp dis- -the farmers who raised beans received be some misunderstandin as to the
eases, ought almost nothing for them until nearly exiration of time for paing taxes for
exiration of time -for paying a fo;
genall had gn-o War.we there -was gtxsfr
to -be given-:a ad goTeforwardt whe there was i 4. I desire to inform the public that'
r Pierce's -very conspicuous advance in the under date ofJune 20. S3. Hon. W.I
Dr. P.price..- The tomato crop is operatingaD. B3oxham. comptroller. informs me i
Gol d e n the same way. we are informed by a t Bh adv.ctiement of elinquent
j ~~~~that the adv rtisementodliqnt
/ Me d ic a.l 1 commission merchant. who also says taxes mut appear for three consecu-
Discovery, that cucumbers. are worth -3 per tive weeks during the month of Sep-i
bushel- crate
for purify- bue, crat tember.and oe-time in Octoper, prior
g the Mr. Jas. A. Abrams. traveling rep- to the first Monday of the latter'
idren wo are: ; tentative for Ludden & Bates. has month.
uldren who are+....
eakt *Dis- ^ returned to our cit after an extended In order to give the printer time to
xeak, thie is- business tour. and will remain with us put the list in type copy must -be in
aic which builds for an indefinite length of time. look- his hands several days prior to the.
and Strenoth- ing after the business interests of that first publication. Therefore, to avoid I
L it for children well known establishment in this se- any expense of advertising taxes should I
to adults. As !tionii. Parties interested in the pur- be paid prior to August- 28th.- 18-5. |
Stonicchase of a piano or organ will find it Of course I will -be compelled to be-i
estorative tonic, much to their interest to consult Mr. gin writinguD -the list some time in]
all the proces- 'Abrams on this important subject, and i July. and an early payment of taxes I
I and nutrition, dally with the old reliable house of would save me the trouble and ex-'
ran into natural 'Ludden & Bates. It "petne* probably, of writing a descrip-
e i- iftion of propety
Igs back health September 4, 1884, Ferd Baver. of tio of Pkor y .
IBy idvk giingtbizmatter pu b-
In recovering this city. stamped his name and date- ndly th
or in convales- Zu a -- dollar. Yesterday he -ihety through.your daily aud weeklv
or conalCs folIwincr letter from is-,i you will oblige both myself and.
-1:ethe nubliol.wRes lectfullyo
Pumonia, fevers, J.sep Ballard Captain of Corn- t-he public. Rpeetfuy.
"C- tfdaw H_- C. CATO. Tax C&.
inlg diseases, it ja-y E. Third l megiment Wisconsin ;..... ___
rely invigorates \Natiomal Guards: "I just came in pos- -Buckien's rnica rale.
the whole sys-. se-sion of a silver dollar stamped on The best salve in the world for cuts
same. *Ferd Bayer. Sept. 4. IS84.' I bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, .
S Thought v-3U would ike to know itsfever sores tether, chapped hands. i
cases caused by waereab-uts, ehilblains .-corns and all skin erup-i
irimpure blood, ; Lons
r impure bloo, t ions. and positively cures piles, or no!
_yp 1:U ...... o-IjurivinL Stakes For the Circus .Tent. st k. ,' ; ,, .

& l~y~p~t . . ..i f- - M l ... W r f e ct s' a t li s f a c t i o n o r m o n e y r t e u n u d
if it doesnt benefit or cure m no slight task, since each stake is 4 or5 r -,. -atf .t- or o "---
.~~ ~ ~~ ~ 25-". . ce...nt-s bo..x. 1For ':a le bv
every case, the rioney -vi r m feet iu length, 2 or 3 inches th ick, and W C Waiiace.
tur e. ihas to be driventhe-fourthsof its W .-_. __
- ___ -___ lenth into hard ground. Between 200 The L S. ov't Reports
We" eat" lver-bd and 300 blowsof the sledge are required
at- our stlure, alid it L is irals- an .e- J to get a -take home. The sledges have shw Ro- Bain
--.iry atisfaety natinir. Then -handles 3 feet long and heads that weigh superior to all Offhers.
We Tender Tender eats i 17 ouds. Temst be swung high in --
to our eusiompr., te tr-;est. gwete , .
-aidjuic'.ttr,Iehh;it.Our iuttOn isiold the air and be brought down with the
T L muttbon notas srei-'- lamb. fu 1forceof apairof strongrms There
The Lamb Costs.;litr~e'" i ""....'. .v e
-an-d we ,-h: acr e-,trelyi Samt *ith tar over 1,00) stakes to be driven. which.
anf~facar-eaori^rv 'Rne*thaevWen Iky wssck, e aveher catra.^
b~eef-ehoice cuT-sare.,'i as such. -No-means25-o,000 blows of the sledgem. But i neatB aSJekS ugi~her-mt .
.lie-no misrepr-ii -nThey Looteust"C-vl wro hershe e l "t "
--never ain it-we simply nrantee our old take the men half a day. They -When she became .iss, she cgt -toria.
beef, veal.innnni, bIk1, pork and p.ou- will do it easily in 45 minutes. When she had Children, she gavethemCastori
ty t)o bt-just as we have represenwei. TheI They benwith the "big top" tent
People keep cining to u.. oiursLttenen: f-.Tey begin-wit t Di efop" tet.,
nmust he tru'o. It 1his the-wa;y you like which is marked out 440 feet in length
to do bus-iness eall at thee.tabiisherntol and ISO feet in width. There are30 -
J. M. D & CO I stakes to be driven here, and four gangs ..-
______ iV^U -L ^ ^ of men, of seven or eight men each,_are BINESS AIR rClBu 01
I--- ...... charged to drive them. The leaderof IDUUiilLSS UInLR TUO Uo
S, V. D U E (each gang places the stake where the '- .,l dd .
iron rod stood, taps it two or three blows a LTe
: ,. to make it stand alone, and them with a m-- rn- j- T^TiXTC-.---.
1-, -l .. nod. signals the gang to begin striking. l-A f A O' .S-lU- ,
L i q l l The seven men stand in a circle around Real Estate Agents.
WINES and BEER. -the stake, their sledges ready. Each man Opposite Brown House, .Gainesville. Fla
,,,.0 ana .s. .wings his sledge through a fnlleircle Farm lands, orange groves.eity prop-
SouthawestCor. West Main and Union Ste the beavy hammers coming down on the erty. phosphate and timber lands.
GA IESVILLE. - - FLA. iron head of the stake in regular and ITtIlr & _I J OtN
^^A^^r~i^V^A. ^Sa.1^1 TI1. ijal~ & -JACK'SWNJ\^>
rapid succession. E:ach F man itr& ee -- I-. -. -
Mm ff lmI I hone-.Xo.t -
Al ST-CS : gSUR- A S" CIA ne eblow a second, so- thate Chicago Bee ad MUttO,
The bet importedand dmestlc Buma in ceives seven blows a second. So skillful -a -Mutton
Brandy and Wibiskies for medical use. The are the men that they mve.mimsa blow, ,Poultry a. g.s.
best and ireshest lee-cold liranhi Beer, In never interfere with each O ther -and iLaf lard aspeealty. Meat delivered free
thLe city.. Foreign and' Domesti Cigar .... charge.
ISmokte and Chaewlng Tottcc. All.- the gDever ary from the mUCal- rhythm I N -- I --
leadiunJbrinds Prieestonitu the times. by the leader.--McC-res Magazine. | W. P. LOKER "
hMp itlift tiu -t te JE| Wae DEALER U
IPuie Ac ut4fi :,.r ll. ii ti.iaiitlty Hinlr wth o-i-st mw et. l +I- id ewi-ih Machines
U It is impossible to withhold admia- Al si ld- oeaHsil iBcilest
I -------------- 1-tion of the -o g and devotion display- Mahes on t at
FI"L- Pr F --. 1*o-r., and d o -A. Jerniean's- Rppairing a specialty. -
FIN--. ALPk F r. OOF-'ed by the -common council of Joliet in .. .. t-
--- .declaring, with official solemnity, that IJEREY.BLUOCK ICE CREAM
Lsnd Offiee at air.e-ville. Fla--
t -.- -' .-Ma i-.. the correct pronounciation of that name.. delivered, on the street by
Notice is hereby ven that the following jis Jo-li-et, with a long o.1 Passing an MAr4TIN RiOTWN
name i settler has filed noticee ,if his .nten mI I -I--.-.. t f w lt- -I lA lTK 1 B W .t .
tion t.make final proof iJn support of h ordinance to tnat effect was le bra -
claim.andthattsaid proof willbem:detbe- holding up,, twinkling little light of Only te purt milk ud. The fine
fore reAster an4 receiver a -Gainesvllle, w g li article for geynt a block
Flu.., on T.1y?1a liviz.: vin truth over a-vast rolling, engulfing tide artil for de cents a block.
--UE*il BuoTh. rlre.l. ba.. f error.. The light wll by no means OrdoVr aoyters w -TAKE
I.Hd 'o.i.73 lor ute NW +ot t-(-. .,. tp [ stay the tide, but the light will be & no- Fm .
SRt.9E -e tice to the curious that Joliet's sense of I
H" nantes th,- following wtine ---ts prove -. -" -
his, contiou,, re,-iee. upon anu. 1 .-'r va- self re-spcet, though submerged in error, Tt[ iS I IHflP S0i,1[ : .!L1 SI,
th of.m dlad. viz.: m- exists. As well trr toelimdile "pants' i imoson Blki
J-lii E.'axa Iou-,Thlmiss l~ver"*. huh- ,.- e pahits
ert .ot. S. H. Burne-it. all fL-a<'r"-.. .Fi. at this day as to attempt an %eradication -Fresh flth. and oys- FR
-J.-M-.RAlu.ltI',|:._~. of the Jollv-et heresy. In 1859 the man ter received daiiy.
-Ail orders dte- 1 CE-MX T-A W'EEK
w--. who in that year made all the negro livered I ree.
...I 1r--llminstrel jokes and died nstructed-a .e. --
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SJolly-yet The joke was launched, and Ppetor
for 36 years it has done its fatal work.
Men now aged vhuekled at it in their -IT -ARBER SlOP,
Prime. and middle aged men: remember -
Sgigghing over it in their youmth. If the, litt d 4l4 Bths.
city co-aeil can make a joke on Jo-i-et -
and get the stage to take it up, it may H or )rL-. !,QrAR.-
turn the tide, for every joke, good or H |
bad, Eves forever. -Chicago News H ILU- tfOlt.


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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitchers prescription for Infnts
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OHL
It is Picasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use lby
Millions of Mothers. Castoriadestroys-Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd.
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Casm
toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Friend.

"- ,.tri.a is 23 excvlent meiniine fVor chil-
dren. Mothers -a.e reTatiediy lt<4d me of its
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Lowell, Mass.
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which I am ae-qaainted I hope the day -is not
far distant when mothers will consader the real
interest% of their children, and use Cas oria in-
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones. forcing opium.
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby md.a-
taem to premiaMuregrIares."
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products, yet we ar free to comfem thm tbs
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23. 1895



SB.. McClellan of Mc Ieekin
city. Miss Verna Hutchin-
has been visiting Mrs. Mc-
returned: with her.
a grand display of good Son
ble, worth 15, 20 and 25 cents,
10 cents per yard Monday at
&Hyde's. "
Eubbard is making some im-

The Piedmont Phosphat
yesterday received a check

and Metal Work.

e company
k covering

the amount of their judgment against i
the Anglo "Continental Guano corn-i
pany. The Alachua Phosphate com-j
pany is suing the Anglo Continental
for -1.000 for breach of contract. J.
M. Graham is president of the Alachua
and was general manager of the Pied-

T RILBY toe shoes in all the
Latest patterns in stock.
Tfey are the sensation of
the times.
R IGHTLY or nor, she Is
I-ah,, to have po??esled a
S very beautiful shaped foot.
N X theseil"-r no one need have

, lowest prices and best

WILL -!-You -.MEET -O, i#Z0

A Red Hot Question for Our Competitor

- i- .. tprovements upon his residence in the mont when the suit was entered r d j . Iootung > tt E .-a.i -
S-i Barnes neighborhood, recently oeeu- Some time a sick with
...pied -.M_.and.. Ms a cramp in the stomach, followed by0- | t ;o -tfaeet "
S gods marked down for Monday's took a cuple o doses of EAVE the fitting f
oodsfoM na IChamberlains Colic, Cholera and; _. .reel t.. -Sweeing
we No goods charged-potas Diarrhoea Remedy. and.-was imme-:
we are needing the money.- hence we diatelv relieved. I consider it the
:-: ... ---/ Saerific~eour good-s. -Tuwo~uy We-e diti~eiee.Icnsdri h
ed. -" "o best edicinein the marketfor all E entirely aisfctr We
W Dr. Cr well left at this oe such complaints. I have sold the t ure aware that -ome laelis -
M E IN 6-iy. terday a branch from one of hi pear emedy to othersand every one whoo..-- o nt -like to be ttine
14OST PEFECT MADE terday branch from oneof his pear gspeaks- highly of it. J. W. the store.
-tree,.whicri was literally'loaded withuSTRICKL -.,iValleV enter.fCal.For"
p.eU r e-jeTm(Tatr Pw-der FI Lfruit. The doctor found it necessary -sale -b allH drugists and medicine | t--. is by ,r the etter
Afrom Amm a -Ahlnu or any other adulterant. E tbla i b Eii r b et r
~~~~4 mc ut a ~ m t h e "b r"a n' d ea le rs. -. t :-. _- -, -, _
40. TE STANDARD. c1ut the branch from the tree to save deale wa; it save theM trouble
40 TEHn TM S rAM D. R --! .. .". a ;i t e z
___.___. ,__ _ it from injdaring the limb- Judge C. A. W. Thomas and two and the entire stock is iat
Fwuw'rr m ooT For Men andWhie duck..-Ovdsons.ofWindsor. were in Gainesville their disposal.
-I E 0 U CIfl ANU D CUNTH Boys Only. f Warrantedall on Saturday. The Judge says he-
_____ -]inen.: Heavy cotton duck.... 31c yd made a very fair vegetable crop. but I--.'e 1im O1 pri
I For men: ;and boy's pants and N V 4e
CURBBEF LOCAL ETEXITS >mets. TMw Pn.t WL ias the transportation companies -
VU IE T -ui~ts..- "MR& P. P LSOX' ..
OF THfE L)A.Y* charged two-thirds of what the pro- t fit
OF -H~ D Y Cantaloupes are still going forward duee sold for to take it to market' after!
J-Leybourne shipped six cars the pastparing for crates, packing, etc.. heI
W--wo Factland Goss, EGathered on the week- and four ears of watermelons. had nothing left. e shppe from At Lot P ces B TT
HaP~ned nd I Cata~op~ ahadnothing left.. Re shipP11d froM A owest rices. BETE
t e ap it iu Peonap d l i Cantaloupes are bringing a good price Orange Hights.
ointtstwatePoint-Peronal nd but watermelons are not doing sowelL
".cial--e. and Thina. Business men and others interested T
Have you a piano? If not, whvyDot? in having Alachna county reir-esented 12
Bananas atyourown prices at Glick- Can't play? That's no reason Haven--t te 'Atacta os v-e- d T isrE M--U AR-
man. the money? That .doesn't matter: atthe Adata exposition arerequesd A-
Come in and talk it over. Ludden- < to meet at the council chamber at 4 PoX>T LU]
12 &ds lace 10 at Chas. Sear- Bates, at Jnudge Bel l p. nm.. Tuesday, June 25th. The time FT
.-;~~ County court will meet on thesecond in which to prepae an exhibit
S ortble house fo sa. Pedi Mondavof July instead of the-second drawn to a cloe. but by a d h na eer (-1 T1
C. M. Dell of -ague was in the city the Sth and the civil doc-ket wi be able showing. emember tbi date A h:
--Veter2tt(v. ourided and tried before the criminal and beon hand. X. G. RBINON--
--1.2 oennterpins for 99e. C. docket is taken hawup. ea a H. M.cC-RHEARY. H M
: ratt.- .. SoES-eselsho that wear and Ask questions, when a piano manu- Thee
-SHOES-We Sell1 shoesthtwaad f-eturer tells vou his pao r h
Have Harper& Rbertsonorderyour keep wearing, till you make up your ant piansare the of
-,sseetIse. mind they can't wear out. at prices e to..e .at no other. a-e hoi w e h
_-'seet onsidferinr. A-sk questioiis- s'13himA- ib vus. widWe-CbleaIi--
" 1 .. that so far distance competitors that ""h.y'. -As a- mater of fact.l mo.t E (
Silk mitts only 19 cents Monday at they canIt even catch our shadows. pWhyan s are good. The make -ou ll for i'.
Twomey & Hyde's. Twomey & Hyde. a .be fools to do otfherwise- than their
Capt. N. A-. Callisn of Excelsior. Stringfellow & Co. have a new ad- bst. The difference between thIem Dimities worth 12 l and
Mine was in the city-yesterdav. vertiement in this issue of THE SUN. seems small, but small things a v,-y 10c for S d. TIL
-e i " .t important_ It is by excellinuz in little: '
: Remember the special clothing *ale They are bent-on reducing-their stock things'that Ludden & Bat t i- i r1i, m .

of hosiery, and with this objet i
view they are making sweeping reduce
Some few weeks ago George Johnson

S- a J. Manasse's for the entire week.
-N f -- I3 Mixson & 7o., agents Ocala
"steasm ,landr, Brown House block.
Remember Goss' baething pool today.
It has just ben refilled with fresh
; ''- 'w atur '- *- ; *
-- -TheMfA ers in every section of the
-on : tyare omplaining of a scarcity
' f ais. -:
Bnyyoua thin coat and vest and
.feel comfortable these days. J_
-*'. '. ''- M anaaas .--' *
S For fia66yfnishedl organ with the
- -sak and tone to it, see Harper &

J-- .newill make you a present
of-a nice hat rack for a purchase of $1
--. __- woethW goods.
- -Yor home shoUMld not be without
one of those ne pianot, sold by Har-
-- er & -obetsoo.r
Alt a n t see Harper & Robertson
aa& get their prices before you pur-

W E.5u-_ -. &W or_- This Week we have di-
SDr.. T Hall left yesterday for a Vided our entire stock of wash
-M trip to Vraldoeta.' Ga. He dre. s voods into 4 lots '^s fol-
rill be atmeet several days. -ow a ihm s
-1--n- I y -' o 1.-1 Ginghazs, mnuslins
S-Ladies- L50 -low shoes go Monday aId printed dimities,-iegular
tor SL*A l&w heel and opera toe witt go and 0lc goods-choice........ 5evd
pa.e t iUp.- JW. W Marsh. Lot 2.-Corded dimities, lawns
:-P. B.F n ris now receiving let- ,and various and goods worth
$ EL l from 15c to 25c yard-choice... lOcv yd
: w:ts Uangf for information in reference ot 3. Printed organdies,
to joining the b ause. -fine printed lawns and colored
-:---- Tm] I d ap r sp an wisses -worth 25z and :30 yard
Thebest andprt tone pianosand-j _hiCe.. ...................1,,5e vd
-.^^a ^the_ KizntulL. Harper.&{ ','-' '.''" "'
Brg a i ens t .Ki Porter block. Lot 4.- French-dyed fabrics
--bea Porter block- imported French swisses. and
Cl. E.C. F. .Sanchez is-' about the! French ginghams value k'and
: -.-. ... ..-.. _- ,
-- same. oehange h& -taken tilace. in 4---ho ...................- 2 vd
hi edition for seveadas. These ararere rare bargains. Can
-his c it for severaou afford t is to m t-mY
: Izdies-"auzee vvestts "Oe at MRS. Mt WiL 1N.
Clhas SeArrattos.- : -:T.... ^;, L ...

-- -:- We have a few nic- baby carr-i- I uldcsidC unti\ l' 12 i k m-.t.i u
-ad will make- them bh-bar-ains to "" Is.. for the er of sc-io -
~- wa mke xu- N ;rai
u- r"hasersM thiL week. M xson tir.r -ini-a*-Cw Cr( and Stanl.
" _..-. ". iman dan s ifiLcaiof can ib- H s_'n-at
-G. C. Chair .. a de-aLr inI freh meats .- o' -. The riTh- ',.-srved to ru--
._ ~~~an d bi a. M. I,.-
of Hlih Sprin-s. and his br,-her. --' a'tiany and au bu- V. M.
St* \ r -'.- \ +,,-YV -.'<: '-? S t2a e Charrs -ttf Old .... ar- tat. *Ou .X.C .S -
,_, n. ae W Ay" S ..
W 11 a_ i. .z .1_
cit-. m Tho. Iudgins. R. rt.- o'Brien. i
Ik irt-.. .~ that htir ,a"'- oTm'hO. ln Mct'oe nick and others-
-- Hw s-,r-aparia. -x.-d t-h of i have in rt.heara a hove entertaiu-
S:: all t)ther_.. -T-r"i-'e f. n -uh-situte for m-I L^'-r-n,- : m ..--Fr.-iday n^. con, :i^n -
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in ments are lifted above the common "- -
Smediocrity of pianiodom. Mayh it's- Reautifl] li em
the elasticity of hammers, our ,iietn -1 i-
desk. or our practicing attachment.- handkerchiefs C5
, Talk to us about it. Ask us questitns.50 ldies low
TnI A K- R-. $1.50 ladies 10W



who lives on the Arredondo and New- .-... "-.,6 -. 7- $V
nansville road one and one-half miles The Tampa Tribune states that Mr. shoes $.
north of J. H. Beville's. picked up a Luning, of the Gainesville Ledger, has -Gents neckwear imust go
horse nn the public road. He has ad- been in that city endeavoring to Seure o'0 at ... oW n u'iC
vertised it, but as yet has not found a building preparatory to moving the -
the owner. -Ledger to Tampa. Is it possible that
Chas. Scarratt tells us that he has the proprietors of our evening con-
-t tls-u ta h a
received a large order from parties liv- temporary have discovered what we--
ing in Live Oak whom he never hear have known for many years, that- tiereI
of until the present time. Theabove" is barely a living in' Gain-sville for,
party of Live Oak takes THE Sux, U Ut 1 ,NN'UL T _31ft -h1
and of course read Mr. S's.- ad. Does one newspap-r, much less two? Others J . i
advertisinff pay? come and go but THE SUN is with |
The old- Methodist parsonage has u -'- -I
WasaWorld's:umbaEx oTgPlmnh
bwea converted into s dwe Hing house. J " I -. - "
Itiseateon WW B Good s ot Was of value to the world by illustrat- lu
It is located on .W.,.. B. Goodwin's t ing the improvements in the mechanic- a

al artsand eminent physicians will tell OF EVERY DESCRIPTION._
you that the progress in medicinal
agents, has been-. of equal importance, AIso Galvan ized and
and as a strengthening laxative that S an
Syrup of Figs is far -in advance of all Sheet Iron, and
others. Copper work
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E: SLAUGHTER, one on short notice.
TIN cPnst, SIEtI IRNi All work guaranteed. Tin
i roof, gutters, leaders at



that money is close, we will make prices
closer and help you out -

Going to Sell Spring Goods by- the

Pow&r of IrresistibhIe Prices,

es are not laid low by dull trade, but made-
low to make trade.

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's and Boy's Clothing,
Hats. anid G(ent's F'rnislin' Goods..

od ar ofie bes alities an truest values
0ds are of theC best qualitiess and truest Values

* In Dl'OVC(l n1anllf~lcture

loesni't make goods cheaply. It requires
a combination of low prices and
-high grade to do it.

Our low prices are an every day

evervbodv. Our fine qualities and
exhibition every day.

affair and for
new styles on -

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For Ladies, Gents Misses, oys and Y th
-: In Great variety. :-


Wbolemle and Retail
jStoves, Tinware, Paints, Oils, Farming

Tools, Barbed Wire.

i material: Only practical
Roofing and guttering a plumber in town. l'lumb- =v 1B-gW *I'_
.specialty. All kinds of ijob-iiig of any description! G-un.t,tAmmutit kon and'Mill musp11i,.
w r a Prices t-il i -a nitr W Plumbingn and Tinning a Specialty.
workand repairing. Prices done in the best sanitary E Side Suare Gainesville, Fla.
modetE Shop o ve E. maner. Bath tubs nks, esvi Fla
nmoderate'. Shop over E.: manner. Bath tubs,. sinks,;- __ ; __ __ __ _

-Baird & o.'s store.

l) mrs. hot ar

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Successor to Lynch & Hampton.
Land and Mininm Attorneyv. (Gaine.?-
ville. Fla. I.and rtn-e bhhi5rae prorn .t-
Iy at[ented to. All kindJs of G.vern-
ment laud scrips for sale.

A few Pointers


?'t oIllr pne-'tes

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befo re-g,,in:,'

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Continnta-Nalial m\ idint & Loan p.i

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="- M.. A^KL!KMAN. \';,--i*-:: ..,A <*,.tS. M~r. H. V-TH .\'-injt...,re-msd4 un.L

Fuhr hiis th3 S. i

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.: W. Marh comes b,_forr- our r-ad- ;.. .- -+-,
_:- zrs this m -r:inif with a chant, in his
ead. .c : w nd :h,, b;,u-u ,-,: .+"
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t- J~tL : -i ^chandil-c. nor did -flhe. c-r fry fV:
We-call yp-ciai. atteaiUm to new ad. Alia- t-hv _na Monday. A
- of 1. Slaughter It, -it. andt remen -. a mid- -w, wit v -.'... wr-
bfer -him whe n in ui- owf s.ythin, in t 12-2 twd-Iien t:. -; 1 n -dav
- .Eor matt r .-e- nt hotou' "" v '"02'n,.Cl- "
* - rvaied at i.uw,',-t md+-tt p'uce-.- "'" w -r t
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n Hoisery.

O, d'z Misses fast ilack, size. 5 t[. at 10e p;tn.
rhes'c are lirht weight and .sc:iltss. .

and blak. tw,; pair r _2-: lailu- .'ev : ", _- I, \
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