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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Source Institution:
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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At-the time Zaeh Chandferwas frst
a -a ber of t. senate he was of
he youngest members of that body.
Besideaaving a youthful appeararwe
all the o .men seemed qite old. to
him. On the last day of the first term
of Seaator Mitehel of Oregfn Ciansler
amndi he sat in the Ibarber shop ndchat-
.ted about events of the session, and
faIalyChandler began t*lki2ng about his
Searlier career.-
"When I went ito Detroit,"' he said,
"there were not more than- 5(L houses
in the place. PNOw it has become one of
the lemadhities in the west Michigan
was a territory, and we had some petty
hard times there, lbut I stack to it and
have been rather successfUL Why," he
added rater proudly, "I -was elected
to the senate when I was 44 years old.-"
'lThav's nothing," answered Seator
-otg I. e.clad_ ied Choandler.
"Wel, I consir it a great deal to havei
been elected to the United States senate
-at 44." -
r Wll," replied Mitchell quietly, "I
have served x years imtntheisenate ad
amnapt 44-yet -
"Lgivorit up! retxnded Chandler.
"You ehae the bet of me. :The farther
west we go- the more push we have.-"-
Senatr M1itchell is stillayoung look-
ig m-man, yet there is only one man in,
Sthe senate who was a member when he
wasfrs_ swUM ia who has seredm con-
tamously.. -Tatji Senao Pcnl SVemont herman of Ohio and Stew--
art of .evad were members of the I
Senate at the time SenatorMitchell was
elected, -but both have been out; Sena-i
tar Sherman as.secretary of the treasury |
for four years, and Senator Stewart six I
years while another man represented
Neva-. S -ator Mitcheh's f1,4t term
began in 1873. After serving six years
--- was defeated, a Democratic lgis-
- t u-having -been chosen- Six years
te tihe was again elected and has since
-been re-elected-Washington Star s
UnmBmia. the Armlem Wender.
unthan, the -Iarmless freak who has
beein exhibitedin all th & princpa cities
and, towns of the east during the past
12 months performs feats with his feet
and toes which are so astonishiIg in
their nature as to have given rise to the
2-"aturea m e a freak of
.Unthan ;- Unthan has made a wonder of
himself" Thisextraordmarymalfornled
S-- stret orwas bin without arms, but!
being remarkably bright and active, at
- the ac- 2 years he could use his feet-
-and es for almost all- Urposes that
Lot ch ldren mue their hands and
ams He now plans boththte violin and,
- the coet, pys cards (ahuming, when-I
_ ew it comehis trn), lights his ownI
cip rs sa shaves and dresses himself
wit OTq*-jy hJiCh suggests tedev-]
--ii tivity~ ~Ot a mkey. He is also a
as s u1(rve whe. it coes to ,foot-
_-in __adin toudpobbyb

t F see her again. General admission :5 Cleaned Dyed
,,=ih = m cents. Pay at the door.a Suitsecleaned, pressed.....l 50
T--u Jiair ,a..Ime I . S Suits cleaned and dyed... 2 75 3 00
*- i&^ z ^.=S.<= Wnile- unloading watermelons for Cloats, Prince Albert.... 1 t0 I 50
_.--, __a_______M_. -___ __ ithe melon cut in North Gainesville Sa re coat...... 5 15
Stii~or dress coats._.-'
PARKER'..... ETuesday night Major Webster met, ---.-......2.. .... 5 52
PA. 7 .-Pants .... 5 0 -.1
B~gB HAIR'~sl with a painful accident. Mr. Bows- -b ^-5 Jl
____ -__-_________ -- I, oira o, n B ows-I Cleaning, binding-.est.-- *_
I H - a te" ,I man was assisting in unloading the Cleaning, binding coat... 75
B ^ -'liB -'- r .wa-gron- Major Webster was. stooping Relining coats----..-- .... 2
^^g cow & 'htair1 |for a melon asIr. Bowsa wa ife^d-;. --
wslift- etrlnd.....
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A = I. n gr-_o n e. T h e la tte r "S h e ad i a n d M a jo r. .. " "
i~ C NS MP [V -E llllli,~~,,llF + -'W" wI.-" -i-LLOY'D.
arkng w mWmebster's fe came together wit uul4-wk- Gainesville ; Fla.
i e f.- g S~imeroi~e ItI _ge h .rrs .o i j JUQ1.4-oW Ga l ineSVllle, r l..r
lWkL~gsm9,2 iarBZici!.such force a to break the latter's nose. _-. -..
l-s &&,,_ Dr..Phlhpset the bone. -A.ROYAL Baking Powder.
--' "- "J The Daily -Ledger has suspended- ofISl O 1f 1 i mlvenit-
g sued as a weekly. The newspaper bus-
pxoADIES*. .:-nVawill hereafter- hBVe i- A h .-O B S. mi t pis
Opens Sept.1. IIs "One of the leading iess of this city is over-estimated. Tlrn fo th stf. G ]-
-whoo x for young ladies In the sout.Mag Ter Fl~~andfo h otfiea ms
[-nifteen udhins,"a. Inere is' no field here for two aies, vil -Fla. Schedule now in effect,
meats. Campus ten acres.- Grand moun-I and Messrs. Jordan & Luning haveJanury 28th, 1895.
tuot scenery in valley of V a.famed for: -

ADDITiONAiL LO CAL. moment to guarantee each bottle to
S- one case oft" *stges e. it of
--'^ I .. _. The taxbooks-for I showad,_ erformitmay While we
1 crease in the valuation of-real'esta
a^!. in Alachua county of about X.t0.0 n n n ho as toded
rs when Ani-Megrlmn --Was Used
as compared with the assessment. oo
1 894. sess ormel sa y theoodanoeaseiomle failure may occur.
I., -or-Bell-sasthe d ree In such case we will cheerfully refund I
wh -1 i "S T ^ it he destruction of'!^ ^ ^ ^ ^
. ijwhish lowing to-the destructiono the-purchase money. -.Of course we
t J [1 [ the orange groves, is not near as much g ntee a ue in
as heBanticipat"ed. a-es where the animal is in a dyin
s *Rs i i D. I John' S- Arnold, superintendent of Wition when the treatment is beg.
S allows is the natural result if the South PFlorida Telegraph com- g This uarantee applies only -where the-
-allow your liver i to become in- I
S ve. Or blood ----- -- --- -- pany, has removed his headquarters animal hlive. three hours alter the-first
System y im e d y from Sanford to this city. He and his dose is given..
systn runco .. ..! ..
ITThe fe of o familyyare n. theI ....i. GAie.din, the;
he germsof-Consumption, Grip4 I
I or- Malaria- wait for t-his me f i1Jackson cottage, on West Main street. | We Positively uarante- a cure if i
- w--is is thir- ----t--i- i Mr. rnold has a neat office a in the the animal lives three hours after the
weakessthi astheir o'pportumty.
If you rouse the liver to activityP Porter block, which was arranged by 'first dose is given. provided directions
SO it .will throw off these gerniEmmett Johnson. are followed to the letter.- In case noi
Sp f the blood so there ill be o Week, W J Mathews and Icure effected, send us a statement of
weak sts bmd-pAwfthy w ipe I th case together with the guarantee
P. G. Ramsey,-members of teod~tecs~tote
y I, and the label from the bottle, and we.
i-.where there is a falling off, you will i board -of county commissioners-, came the e rom e bottle i we
Srest secure from disease, for you'll to town tosee their successors installed, i will refund the purchase money, pro-
Sbe m-proof. Mr. amse was determined to reI vided no other medicine' is used after
.: Pi-aerces Golden:Medical.i w ,acebeg.-I noning.nthe -use of Anti-Megrim.
^ Dr.ierces % *Golden Medical Dis- with a 'clean" face. so he hadthebar- 'W -
SCveryr_ does this as nothing else can. :r t rmo which Price- $3 per. bottle. Manufactured'
I at, the-reason it can be !- ci a n s t only by Taylor & York. Macelennyv. f.
J ted. v_ ;._+__ _. cnhan ge .nr apedo-much tha+.t -:+"- "
I tee -In c.valesene fIrom neu-i F"... ,"... ,llorida.- """
mo: e __~ _.-n_ conve -om p__-e' I man v--of his-friends failed to recognize -l" -d.
i mon- feers. or other wasting d-. hi e.o-i This is to certify that-I am wellac-1
ease, it's an appeting, restorative. quainted with Messrs Tavylor & York.
tonic to. build up needed flesh and There seems to be an opinion preva- i drugist.s at this place, and know the
astrength.o- t lent that the minstrel performance is medicine, "Anti-Megrim"',. that they
bo "D aes of the liver or -not sth as ladies should attend. This are manufacturing and placing on the
blood if -Dhseovery" foils to benefit is not so. Nothing will be said or'
it- ..not- " oh wil "do imarket- I -have seen this remedy usetd
r cre, you have your money kack. done to shock or offend any one. On in this and other states and know of
i--"- the contrary, the. entire performance almost miraculous cures. In this state
A a r r R will be e-speially interesting to the li knew a case where the horse was'
I -RSAG .S Catarrhn e- ladies. Music, dancing and jokes-all .down with "sleepy stagg-sars" for two
!L) edy Will cure the worst first-lass. Come- out and enjoy your- days, and all hope of its recovery was
D ._ ,dk .-nda hp fit eovr a

i-Chronic Catarrh in the Head s given up, and a cure was made by the
^T 4.1 f Do not fail to attend the entertain- use of Anti-Meg-rim.
pVereculy anda-per'manenul,T
-perf tly and permanently. ment at the Brown House tonight. Ift MOTE HOWARA
Fifty cents, by all dealers. you do not go to dance, it willbe well Co JudgeBaker Co.. Fla.3
-.Show Macelenny, Fla.. Jne 19. '95.
------- ---|worth your quarter to look on Show Maenny, Fla. June 19. .
r Che-. s.- *c Dim E D a sL ror interest in the good cause for
i'nnE0 AL P lS go.d, rGAtIEN IL EW
E YROY-L PILLS which it is iven- and o and enjoy tSIL SIHAMBY WOIS
u'i_.a _AvO",A o btrself also. ndWe expect to find our ---
a S"TJ always tere, and. we a w t
S "Trilby" there-, and w-e- all want to6 I XP.K;R As .I Ri-' DITr.TZI I

-Castoa isan excellentniedicine fwr eh3-
dien. L otbers have repeatedly toud nef its
good effect upnzlhewclldrena'
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Lowe2, Mi..
Catr is the bex remedy forchidren of
which I am acquainted.- .1 hope the day is not
far distant wbhen umothersw llcon1aerthereal
interest of their children, -and we Castoria in-
teadofteariadousqaia nostrumsbich are
desrmyiug ther 1woed ones, by forMi opium.
unWao ise, sothinz syrup and other -hrtful
agent down their threat, -thereby
them to jreMatueo graes."
DIa. J. F. fnrcBu ,
Comway, Ari-

UC*r aiss swel adapted toD asdrm"
I recoMimend it pwtaajm
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11 Som Oxfo SL, Brookly, K .T.
I Or physicd'.in. the .Cbidress dw.
meM have spok- Nbf of thr eir
ence in their o I ,e praetie with Cs -
and athcomh we only bane mm ir ea
medical suppb lie is k-ow as reeulat
podues, ytwe wree to c" f o stbal. tI
nmeritnof C.Uor hea ban-w tn maI k ufkh
favor uiKNtL"
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4 pri -seo. u B5. Lfa ilur simpl 0 S1 n iib10.
_ _ __y._ -h i's __ _ w a a ^ u u a ticia f a il u r e ifl yF B ]F . Som th b o u n d L v 1. T ia m. 10 :50_a m._-_-
hem____is____________ i
": ... e- m quitet' cd -cause the business hcent . iea opy Lv. ... 10... 1 :50A L m... . 7 -""-
On uen OB O tttoaa ty the | a to warrant the people in sustaining it. lot ..... Fotenorth Ar: 12:4 p-. -. 52 ...._l. :5a..
--.-a b .. ..r.-2- s --hw------" -4-tu"..._ r a.n. 4 i bi p h-
....I e- T-. .. .... ., ^A J. Shuford of Micanopy called at .... .. ao: hee.ndA Lv._. 1.:14a p m. -. a
re-ltTeSmoevelfpclgseyawetra- y. m, ,-. i He doe ... From the SouthAr :15p. r. *S ..h LSuh. p. 3j:1 -
.... .qt ll~idm ]Rmmldi i ...- G. M ....Tacom&ar ....... 50. A.L i -- M ,. ._
+ i 8B glnot think, in-fact he i positive, that Jonesviie in T tonL- .. 10i s m AL i
: -h D il : . . ..e s v i lle a.d _T r e n t c o ie u r sa v t s a i. w -~i
A D. u NF r a Stwhe Bem dh isease from which so many horses and arrives at6 p. u, every. Tuesday a.d S Ya
oie tO{ agi .Ma a t d -> I are dying is blind staggers. He con- ev. --
,- "ivamm-vt o He W. F. KI 'G. P.- M.
a n .- makighi -__ .... tendsitisabloodpoison._that___ithas-
... me1-&- a beas edmy lf o or "o. .-- -- become epidemic and should receive "or .il nt0o apply to ay A
ha"e aeuplked myMthiswh m ithe attention-of the State Boarof. ". "- .- "
WI e At Lre m t amt. t. '- ;,+ ., "-. -..^ '.P Health. Mr. Sbhuford refers the pub-. m -s -- .A. "
._l i-d~ie to -'Armatags Horse .Doctor for ^e baa e "" r _k_ := + ^ i o. Agmh. -- ''s
-i who a anh ethi f ull information. The disease which I ,_tbL. o -- -
ad mae o aboti Ia b u i'it- cano ha. been sz-o prevalent in Oraugecoun-I h ".ad s, bo.e.en ( w- "u th..C. "Mt "
think th.a lwahimercn I x&3e (1 p tv is reported to have suddenly sub- W D. ALLEN
-, - -_ = - I -4-iB B i 1 "* i 4- -- " - i.- .1 w . "
m.Wbo p60Ma-forth his arim laLy t; heriwsided.
amsth.e rcradw- itlo e ~teelevafted HRS ~OU
l t .a -Bmaelars 'f ti-e cN "-7. T.,,.;^-*-...'. ^here was an- interesting and hard --,"- "- "
t h e e. . . -th- ro- .CU a n d -2 w1t-s:- f
S ,-toei' 1 cvr -:3,4-4-7(i -'-^ f1-- t ought case in J.ustice Colm n's cou-rt The W world's Fair Tests -1 u. .s
d t h e e x p r ~ w a g m Wsrc zintt _Fa i r -_ _ _ _ _ _
t- to- dirof-th eire am i t ci.c=-:tc Ct -:y wo i yesterday. Mrs. Witherspoon had showe. O "aig pw r 9SiS3_! sIs22
p r y g aydctc :d ^ Ievied upon two trunks belonging t 1o a I -
l OmetWnm I S c lvec an and wife- When the case was -- -
::: _- atto . --o t,- - r o 9 brought into court Mrs. W iberspoon yetpO - aS P12 -- (
chst t and oethis =. jgen lthePa e ts wuth abw ndie r .. e -
you-. .,and th. The, .-- Teowners of the trunks wee repre-i j nlrnPjDI O 'n I
i~en +d F. ,hes. who r, i.m '". L U ,t!- -- o-m
entiuu b F_ ut.Proved
---M "iI D P-i--' m that the cients had ben ordered toO .I ) T
%mi.t thn baht -a. M-_tndb 1 leave the Osborn. Th6 evidence won Gaiesville. Florda. -.
and theui. Floii&
BtL o hw i nqB a ad: tbadae i n iB L the ease and the trunks were delivered 14-o--7- =-" 0c4L 5i iH TEr-T Jr ig.
StmidiBilf t ito the owners. Ct.. Fildes repre- ,. T. -T- orTaO-. --i, -
a.-*-^-.S'-f k- mL rm m "" ntedMrs. Wit-rs..poon and made a Real Estate A tngeritJi. ^f ; T-KW - '
flood 'hPa.'ai
so -t.. .. b was *.t-I*- .tu h. .. ... .. e L_ o osi, ,
wAo-tiao e f_ mo M'- at t fhewM-Fp gtO the, aa .4*h. OpplXUte Brown Hoa-, <(gDinevilie. Fi t-Lv leiriarb ... -i;uum ArrIr
--- i ui l thegr -T b---Ai0inon" t--"-- "Amo he t ersont who visited tPmiaop-raneroves-rityprop v Hathorn -... "f :
Oxor azant ti ber.n -
Mi e --a VeafEl Givw b5T W._p Gainesville -duri-g the pLwodayte e hi e and timbher- in-.1U. .
e p 'Ba Oe^ t ^ 1^ I reporter oheerved Frank Polk. Wiley SMITH & AACXSON, ISiSpy 8A A
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, M pinor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless subitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OU.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yearVm' use by
Millions of Mothers. Cstoria destroys Worms and alays
feverishnmess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sor Curd.,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Casoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilate-s the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas,
toria is the Childrenl's FPanacea-the Mother's Friend.