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Gainesville daily sun

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

Subjects

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

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Abstract:
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
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sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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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THE DAILY


SUN:


JULT 24. 1895.


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AWad"d | B. F.-Hampton is in Ta-^ERS INQU ESTs.
legal business.. -
hig st H rs-Worlds.Farlegl buF r. t authority does a jur,
1...I Work on the Miller erinquiry as to how d<
-- North Side, is progress death, render a ver
_. f B .-": --The carpenters- will laSle homicide?" There
few days. & -o far as we can learn,
- "Floyd Walker of N:h authority to a coroner:
y-x-. 'left vesterdav for -imply their duty to inqur
-ad 'h n e ther.Rev. I.IS- w- -determine how the deceased
* 1' -^ -landl O.. sevn--6 htsdesath -and when they_ g
^M r-ri -" ~ ther and rendera verdict of 'j
"^ :J- one. *ble homicide." tlfev exceed the
ly ro - "thority-. Such verdicts do not p
BAlr[ ] toWIj_1U aents* any -individual from swearing
DI. j--. wil. warrant and having the accuse
w m 'oumn -- -on_ arraigned, before a comn
.M _-o --magistrate.--
-- w y- v.'ermsementA madei There is no doubt that juries
MOST PERFECT MADE. quest are often composed of fi
- A pue-iape Crn-ofTartr Pob4blsbmedue rand in many instance blood
-_.I --frm A m ona lm ora yoh ,W adv rn em n. u.l iaazn m n nstanccs- -blood.rel-
othei""... .. V TS l1 .1t ,,unless . .
from A imr Alum _. tedi antray Pattenot Iof the individual who did the k
40 4oYEARS TME-ST~b "iT "k" ,
_40 .EAS ...i.. SW reQ-ired to pay for a- The lawmakers, therefore very
._-- adanee. o refrained from giving such Jurie
rig 1 n 8- W]EEKI-Y SU the edition of THM committing powers.
Ib -O .pa_ --column paper,-- Verdict-s of 'justifiable horn
shed every TburWd Y, andi ontains all,
aO new- of the week, Local, Stateand bGen- y coroneI juries are to a gre
C 1"WLEy L It isthe bet weekly paper published tent responsible for the increase
i Fliorida, and Wll be mailed, postage free, number of -murders in this
So any partaofotheUnited States or CanadaI There is much complaint of
araL a .Year- -n advance. - ompla ot
. -_:. sumption of -uch powers by jur
sue..... - ormtWes shoua be maTe ov express ;i.n i. -t. . h -
-O ---" yordoerorregisteredletter. address quet -nm the nphosphate regon ,
--E-8-U-- Hp S 1 county. We ae informed tha
:" -- -l sine one man killed anoth
. ;GAM SVILL_. GA ES .L. FLODA that section, an inquest was heli
-- r the jury rendered a verdict of j
.- i- John Colsan has 4 acres in fine able homicide- upon evidence
-- --. .rethis r ear, and said he has brown -if taken before a committing n
SOitr the same land to be seven feet I trate. would have resulted in coi
_igh.- .Why not more of our good ting the person who did the killi


-tarmersplant rice, as it is a sure crop,
-and we have a fine mill here in our
midst for cleaning it. You willfind it
Seats the paper sack businass.-Lake
Butler Bulletin.

The? 'interstate- commerce comis-
Ssion reports that 324 passengers (or
one ot of every 2,000-000) were killed
b" irilroad !accidents. If the average
,- -'rip taken bythes passengers was 100
miles, -it appears that no rson need
S fea-r death- by railroad accident till he
S- 2-is finishing his two hunired millionth
m ilae OftraveL -Tmes- nini.
,* -_ -- '' _* -_ . - *' .
The Tampa imessays TA pear tree
-Up in E-- Cambia county had been "i. g
--nbi '-w-oaring pears in the usual '-ay for1
-- W everlt years up to this *a when
-it -coneladed -to change itsa
--an itistowloaded with a crop of
-- - a^psaM & Te tendeficy O6lte flop is
eztebdu lEg her more widely_ just now
S -- .tBa it haaever been noticed to do -be-
"-_ 9 .- .;: ; .. ; -e ." .-. *., V .

- TEB. < Sapid (Iowa) Gazette
- o spent a few
Gaine8w winter andw fai-
several "The
---6 ont i
S gi-t- who are jump onto Mc-
Farlanti are advised that -can take
care o himselff -and- t advant-
,- : asee in hvn:hmatn > hm
w hi9 would be a job of iferor char-

eis, the way, says the -o"isville
(Ky.) Commercial, a well known gen.
:- - tem puts the cycle craze in a nut-
--:_ setl II had arranged to have a new
walk laid in front of my house. and it
was neceisary to do some other work
inconnection. The morning the work
uwas to commence: the contractor ar-
r- -vO on his wheel, A few minutes
later the ptumber arrived-on a wheel.
Then the carpetiter-came-on a-wheel.
-Next the foreman of the gang on his
wheel And then I left-on my wheel."


An interesting xoiton item is the
decoration anad furnishinU of the- pres-
idets and the boWAr rooms in the
woman's building. Thisiss -In especial
charge of a friend of Mrs. Joseph
Thompso. Mrs. Andrew Simnda jr.,
-f Charleton, a wit and beauty widely
known in southern society. Mrs. Si-
isuds' plant in regard to the furnish-
ing of these rooms- are not yet known,
but from the exquisite taste which is
- of er manr char-min- character-


mit- o
ng to


await the action of the grand jurv.
|Within a few days a member of thiq'
same jury (a. neg ro) hnt down a f-
low creature and made his escape. It
is very probable Chat this verdJct of
the coroner's jury was largely-respon-
sible for this second murder. The ne-
*ro. no doubt, thonu-rht t, A in cse nf;


What is


"--- ..... M ICA-O%6 1 FLASHES. 1
THE AMERICAN INDIAN. !P
In Brazl ther er sad o Biieayne Bay r Anyvthiiin But~
B-d to be 300 Jan-
Sguages and -dialects poken by the Indi-
Sans. MICAxNOPY. July v1-.-C. E. Chitty,
S The picture writing of the Mexicans ohe of oar prop-rous-m:a- was
-was a veycompletesstezuof recording 11 9 .lti fever last week.
T event& "- The crowd that went to Biscayne
'1 TImported diseases, -ulh as smallpox, Bay last m-k hT? re-med. So^ :
have been singularly fatal among the -Of them are :uo--h uiiiisreJ with
Indians. the Count!-j(9ov,-wn tl:r-e.
-- As a general thing`the hands and feet Mrs. a'i-s of Oine Lake sent;
of Indian men are small and well pro- Sat: irday in town wi:th r-atives.
Sportioned. -: The friend c.f L-..and Mrs. Wii I
Nearly all the Indian tribes had a Coop)-e of ljcnZi-h.-_ii-e g ad to meet-
Srude systemof hieroglyphics, that of the them at-Li-_ pla e Suane a, "-".."
Mimacs, in Nova Scoria, being em-- j. M. Chitt and T. Whittintn i
ployed bythe whites in cOmmnicating,0 Flemin~tja we-e m to-n last Fri-
with them.9o hmntn-v: a
day on bu-i'n :
MoSt of the Indian tribes had some l s o M-r ..
*p/w^ ~~~~~~ r w io T am ut . -Ide r.-_on of .M _. TL .
Sforn of belief in a future exist.fce, and -. s .- hs. I
i ey al indicated this belief- by plae- mth ult : h. ter
ing-. food on the gravc(- of the dad or M S:'- Chittvy. -
prodding implements d ans for se W. I JhnQn ft: yesterday for
in .other world. Gainesrile, v.-h-e he exets to go into;
There is no similarity -of language be- the- market bavie.-s. WV, wish you-
twei' the Indian diale-ts and any Asiat- -S W.c..4_. W -
Sic t~gne. The only bond of mion be- We th:nk smeb.v ought to offer a
twei them and the -earlier Asiatic prize f.or the bi.t: mo-quito yafr
trib i-S found, in the Imode of life imf, td b -e pa-i wo came back
Splei-nts and the like. fo-. B Cae B wtk
Ert Hil, on the- bank of the Little fo :hn :h H Bav 1- w as i
T;t J ohQjn ria-jO-u (t O--la t-a h-ere
M .mLn in Ohio, has -a line of earth- ., ,- r a v- a fe -. d
w, ear- y for mies in -.lenth sr-
rOQ!f r.t_, and at va ous points the Ae lave had .-o.e i-tnn-ely hot
wall-rm have been-rovr 20 feet hlh.'' wea' jr aLI- .-e.- iU- not for the ualN
Sire ii anri---ie. in Amer- lowerss ar1 i-i f: brze- i- ,ud j
ica 'vhhh were, such -r the comin o Uf e uaIrU ,. ;.
. F')rdia. fair Flor.da,
the whites-the monoZMThs -&f C'pauaand -. 1Z .i -w- i wi-in, i J
Pale- Pue. the mmun-r--:s 1 ', Lake Tin- A Ind ni -i.wtrs: fln'n whk-i "twre
aca, in Bolivia. and t:, ,e Mansche -"
a-in T-, -_-ajl h.-.- an ,s.lthern IizzatraN. snows and irreezt.-:
-in Peru, were all okl ;.t the timne of the. _. -
conquest.. S..J. Kennard. Jr.. has a peach tree
-In _almc t all Ind,-4 lan.!agcs the in J is front yard that is a-hing -f
word meaning & ,r "r--emene" beauty. I- is the only cinstne
wautas a rffrf nam .T_~~ e,: .. .- -
Was used as a tribal na honey pch known: the uniform char -
significance of Onk-weOnwe. nuscd by aof that rea
the Iroqois; of Lnni, liwek and a rof that variety hitherto bein
other names of Algon.qui tribes, and cter seeded This tree i larg and
also of Apache-St. Louis Giobe-Dem- its pendant branches are loaded down -
ocrat with large beautifully colored fruit. i


Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription foru i
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Mox p
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless sub
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Car1
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' ge-
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and'a
feverisLhness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour ce
cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic.- Castoria reg
teething troubles, cures constipation and nateif
_ Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stwa
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep, C
toria is the Children's Panacea-the Mother's Fri


Castoria.
"Castoria is- an excellent medicine for eUl-
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good e-et upon their children'
D-. G. C. OSGOOO,
*Lowell, assm
SCastoria is the bez- remedy for children of
which I am acqnaintedL I hope the day is not
far distant whenmotbers rillConsiderthereal
interest of their children, and use CasXtoria in-
stead of the rariosquacknostrumswhich are
destroxing tbeir lored ones, by forcingOpium,
morphine, soothing syrnp and other hurtful
agents down -their throats, thereby snd
them to premature graves.
D. F. & Ou,
Conway, Ark.


Castoria,. -
"Castoria is so well adaptedto
I recommend itassumerwirtoany
known to me.',
IEL A.ABEKB
11 So Oxford SL., B inwg
"u Or pbyacsm in the chltfaa t
ment have spoken highly of tM
ece nm thewr outside practice with(
and although we odly hae a :.
medical supplies what is kBO m a
products, yet we are free to mwafeag
merits of Casnria has .B as to
favor upon !L"
USITED HdsPTTAL A3B D2>no
Aix Q SMIT. Press ,


Thc a extanr Comumun. 17 xm stw r Nii ew Urn emba-


capture the jury of inqtust would- be!h THE FASHIO ..A.. can tsfy olne flavor. 'as the wrietyar
as kind to him at he axl. others had can test. Buds of tis variety are i
been to the man wh committed a sim-i Onefthe special features of the at- muchsoughtafter.-WaldoAdvertiser. '
ilar crime. Par-s gowns isthe arie Antoinette "" -"-" 4 -- .. ..- "
In few instances should a man who'Ii,.. _--l -- Salt- ^ geu
has killed a-ellow human being be al- Lawn collars traced with jet -and rnfl
steel are worn on simple gownsof uf ro~ a gait Rheum
lowek td'go-scott free upon a verdict lth rep on
of 41cmtifiable homicide," rendered bv d All Other l i -1 --
a j-Pry of inquest. If the a-ccused acte mriered vel^low pique is ante And Al Othe Blo Otsesem e3
noel I fr-o w, adrees-i
v self-defense. he and his friends u!edf colars and reverse in i They May Be Cured. W E I A0
should be required to substantiatesuch Dreden and chine ribbons are njd Speaking simply from what Hood'sSar- s g I u
.fact before a committing magistrate. for belts with our straight t l asrdone, not only once or twice.
SSuch procedure should be required-in: at the ba Y-and no ends. but in thouands of cases, wean honestly ; -- i
udes r aredyo to reuntdslis.-n hosnd o N E GIVES RF r F
justice -to both the dead and living. i Waists of white and gray dotted mulL esathate isthe beBl t remedy for the dis- N IV L EF
Murders are already of too frequent' solid mull,^ihwht l e ea"of thebloodwhatever the causel-t- .
c colors, with white, linen collarsu
occurrence in the phosphate regions of, and cuffs, are also elegant novel ties.- . an ProIe ... itp on, Psopos g
this state, and it is the duty of officials Pale blue duck suits doted -or striped. -d, na eiP et t Itself -
laud ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~t evraa-bke itnr ..ti w" -' -= s dotte-d' ,v m-dieinal merit Peculiar to Itself.-
and every law-abiding citizen to see in white make very neat and pretty-cr the moIttvirulent cases
- -to .i-_ ,an.es..-s,.1 .- . ^..--. It has c. L red. tie mosIt- vhulent cr t he-most-virulent-----
that. no guilty ma em utility cotumes with sailor hat Oen suie fScouaan atRhueen-h
I-' ... =- F Few summer dresses look cooler or: all other prescriptions and medicines T T TmTl
/ SEVERE ON "BLIND TIGERS." prettier than natural linen colored I have failed to do any good. I I 1 111 t
..-" i-- lawns Made-up simply and trimmed Blood oisonig, I | |II
passed by the last legislature containUr i- .
me proision that re ofsj~c blan b chiffon over ple yellow- satin hayin ~rjfI ,-,-~ U
some provisions-n that jae of .~Special ine- e m ade in four puffs the uer as below. Remember i ---_-
rtto-saloon-keepers -and elubs asaon envryftogie Rm brtis
Wel and "blind tigerss y. _-a- ""cape. H. al
All licenses are. issued from October- Almongle -h aes 1that are ^ig st .theOneTrueBlo ferpriiently l' T ---"
t -anday dealer in spirituous quors or this season are pointe de venise, i the pubhc eye today. Prepared only by
who is not provided with a license for oresque, hantilly, pointe de milan. ;C. i. HOOD & Co., lowe, Mass., ,U.S. A. i "
the foowing year at that time issub- broderiealie Valenciennes, poteo yadrgt. ;xfor T IO
leet to the followi'ngf pealy which WI^ rlande-s- Hodap|< r obfT^arIf yo A r Uw alt --- --- lJ
*' .- .. , .-<\i.-l is- ..i ^ i ddA,^ a ,n -il in "" & KlTh~y anwt diffcke~. A1 A-..__\


provided in section -10 of the act o tne or coo l ays at int esea-iue auu .i.
.legislature: "-Anvy person or persons, the mountains pretty bodices of challie
ifirm, or association, that shall sell or and fine French flannel for young girls
So so, or and misses -are .provided to replace
;caift to besold, -or kept for sale, any^ ^ ^^ ^
..-, ... rcwhed shirtwaist&-Chcago Rc ,d
spirituous -vinous, or malt liquors ahe h s_ i
without-f-rst paying the license re- TURF TOPICS. !
quired in thi act, shall, upon convic-- .
tion, be fined 1w, a sum not less than Prima Donna, 2 9, pacig, is be-i
.50%, and be bimprisoned in the county ing converted to the trot .
jail not less than six months. Sherif- An offer of 1 0,000 .has Alread y been
and deputy sheriffs, ,and collectors, made and refused for William Penn..
d deputy collectorss. -and any police 'Becareful not to feed to horses green
officer of yincorporatcityor town, t hs been heated" in cuing.
are authorized and empdrered, with- Greeulander,:2:12, will. at any time
1be matched for $6,000 tna fiveiniis
out warrant ta enter a"- building Ir $ a -
where they shall have cause to suspect .. -
such liquo are pt for se- and-to T o i o e rti Dvn
sez t same a rep t t p ie .club hav-e gured out that its inaugural
seize the-same and arrest .the- ^ il ar ^ netted about $25.000.
-so engaged, and 100 of the fine ol- I *--t _-tn te bo .00
lected shll be paid to such officer for j F t kig of the Egih
his slelvic'&ring, -and the biggest bookmaker in the:
his services." Wor, Dever even saw a horse race mn-
.nder the old law the fine was noN tunhe was ovr -0 years of age.
t& exceed the amount of the licen se, Cedam of Five Ply. the sensational
thus making the maximum fine 0SW.4 gelding who made a record of 2 -24 at
g ldn wh mad a"" -rword at'
Under-the law as -it at present stands. ma 0. is ndtood. from the reply
the- -minimnm fine is 50. together of the driver. to-be "DamfinO.-"


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Letter Heads,
Note Heads,
Bill Heads,
Envelopes,
---.-Legal Blanks,

Posters,.
Dodgers,
Circulars,
SPamphlets,

Or anything in. the Job
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S see our samples and

get our prices. We
guarantee satisfaction


AsTk-
jAticmr it may be inferred that these m o n l h ix cnths in aiI Governor McKinley of Obio exhibits Ak J 1 GU
t~ patenswilb ticpric- ell thus making the penalty amp^ipezit NriefhmremonaT<- s ^T W!BM
la -begt b ful.ad artst A_ reatl violation of the law both a ew y ork editor that apparently the vi at #. & e. e 1 .
lanl-interesting works- of art from IZ imprison inment Paeo County | eb 8ism a mare sable condi W he neral Pa enger ainf Ies aild S~eei
old siretig ouhrks Crat _____6f_ 'itkcixthan politimCntfrInomain
the aristocratic old o.Ithern city of mcra. Information. _
CharesUtonwill adorn the rooms and a _- ....._ JWcke-y S1imS hba itit tM libel ^* ICOFFIn, (nl Sipt. ""|
dwl tii|Chi-i,. says the Cedar Rapid Gazette it st Jerome K. JermOletor the
good-udeml of their furnishings will (ni. elt,- T ...:- G'" ACKEILE IGen. "1-
y^'*" -_ i --^-*. **' ^i ffc^ *wy fttt i noe -regard to o it of rich. ancestral mahoany. -. .VIhas aidow.inro..ed. -ato )0 m- to i*nnm a h. .o
dfath. June I.. frvum-Newinarket to AKSXILE
Mrs Sinionds hers-f,.has a hoe of. and'expects a Terdl and backTItETo
uynuual-b eautyandelegane. dou---ntsWill enter thei handicap for the In al eakminost D Wahirem to. In ;r LT. fh t ir4r fAI)DSS C
"___ _.-A .e grand l pr~izek. -; ,,a. --been ea'e bk sust Bmiacat o O, wecmn-tieP onm:
_vjLL^tbrtheProtection of behalf drf c(ita whcto *. T I
SV_ good. It perished* as much from | *i. prie mn prominent Ya York Da%. 1 | D a ily
^^vr- -w of encroaching The readers ot t hisE paper l be! I
n. -hb. u-falo! a u plef ased to 6aru that there is at least --. T" "i. PI. XP .i *
"dreadediaetha scienn ha' GENS O- THOU6HT. that' V^:.,.i i, & .- .
.--"-u .-- "l-- ." -'-tance. it was- -"-- i* .
.. and could ecaeto ure I in aait gormuntents rtben i must c n- of : D_ 'Oft t (Ir >A IN E S
-" ...... --,Ithat is atarr.Hall-sCatarrh Cis-! hI be both ibi laW and thew wdsw -F "" -- a - -
t. -h th i v-a only p tiwca aknownl .tot -e wlirecePrvompt
b. ^ ^U -. . -C
-l every !a,-_dicaA fraternity trh beine :a
- js'a. he oostitutional diseaw-. wquir*es s aconi1 Tleam ting es ,ha'1w to rarry things ~
--,- i?itmttional treatment. Hall ( atarrh in L M su wit h t ptjwl till Tun r -t -t-rvs- ..

. A t^ui^^^T^ ta^ ^s4en na. e jfl
-t th fthet &ad &-r- A manh hs s "- ne the goud or i- OF I VI
kf.euvadaU of the tiLas, an3 qatio which be attn bCte* to an- !4% *at:4!
t he !atie nstr br onofd- zh,. **i - &? 2* z
f ^is~~~s~the Catstu5iC and A.s5stianj Wbe3Bwill bi-v di.-- No t n Uhe stars Is r -;rr *'; ;?- -j --' -p^ A x-itiMA~:*?^ ^
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