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
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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:
32994415 ( OCLC )
002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
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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* ,'. Stop Tral n and
F arty Soldiers Was
uppress the Disturb*t
,(ti e at T, op -
11y 31- d4id l and 18, were
cItlt of a volley iAred
ha1i6vo, on the Tflls.
ztpted to stop trains
,O 0 soldiers waii
iers *wewr7. g'seet-
lt||rthes and some
.*r repeated warI-
*ere forderedto *life.
Br q 4atOi oae~ e A sl
iMoe nce: of i,:trike
iondcttors for higher
ilpyea are preventing
st'ig the ebeds.

Ithe ouy yJail here
most c hi ul ersop
lf w4s to bo hanged
oji ba tioel( trp

Beitime atter tyueiwui na
g pleaedodnot guilty, IHe had
Atd at the trial the coprt
S ,young attorney to repreo
i-he negro's stupidity and
pel4t lawyer's lack of time
4.ton for trial made It an
tr. -to convIct him, and he
ieed to death. The attor-
rtatfhy became greatly arous.
' he bad gotten Into the case,
; an d since the trial he has
ail.g aftdr his client's Interest.
|_y,$ ago he wrote to the gov-
lgIng him for a respite ana
Iag hm that the prisoner, whose
a'i. -almost In the noose, was
Sthl eMissieslppi levee when
"1was onmitted and had AlabIaxa. until months
'The go 4inor wired him
t on te ice of the trial
S tney, Mr. Denegre, at
arrange to have
,' n, n whose employ
wrked at the. time of the
dme here and Identify him.
8e dreen, the attorney and
issslppi genUemen, who
0,t#4, ."nt together to the JlalL
S o prisoners were lined up
gitiemen, "lthot any heesl
d out the right mm. TheW
,.f *otlfled and he wired a
U ly bo released as soon
b.silBlaw can be complied

had been appoluted
of corpeots aOD is
commerce and ]s
.rs i 9 of Hat,
or adiested
I where he

R;eiort of Iron Trd Review a t *ous Revives Convict BHi-ande
Clovelia t ly.. A-heAI .. h -A
Trade 4ieoview ina ts tissue thisweek ..,. row margin that the house yesterday
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The a~aatlona fall in security the AdmitiOiX W M treO ^ bubastltuteia relating reioe of Stt
pa-st weeok anthe acute fellng ofpea by Coto onweS3th. to t lto 1 son or the state's Itl 01 4 .3` 0.4
simnism attLazing it have begotten no ony convicts It the hou did a R LUTION
orraespondiig sentiment in the troa NEW WITNESSEB NTROIDUGD. predicted. and by a vo f oe79 to 8 -
,trade, but naturally they hafe not-help '--- the co(lvict question as outlined un- in Spite of Reports to CW 1i,0y0U
eu to. brea": the lul in the market.- ezeklah Comba TestIlfed to Seeing der the steed bnl was brought back n ie to o. h.btt
No .bteworthy business ,as resulted John Noble, Curtisleett..awi ThOemle to life. *. in I ible to O ..lh .
'ro~ t Ihe rbviv1 -of the btltet a$.re- .... r There was .oiy ono otject, however, of Cauto Region Are Vewy tM h Ni ,
ment, with W prfee btias, a in hai Whit Together JuSt Before' the bc getLing shik moasuo back befJore i'ted-No Aotl of Vilenttc Yet.
below thit recently prevalent, but the Shootihg-eastimony of Othere. the house That was in order that
sptad betweene billets and r0da would Cyhthiana, Ky,. July S1.-The com. the Oaidler coapromise, which went Havaia, July 81.-l spit of the
seem autffielnt to encourage some buy monwealt in the secn dAtrlal ob Our' down In defeat with the Steed bill. portion made yesterday by t or Yero,
iig by rod mills. That steel mills tLl Jett ana Thomas White for the way be offered as a substitute for the sacretar) of the Interior 1a tthe lll.
which have ha4d no steel. to sell for-uniurer of Jmes B. Mrcum today not enate bl! whilt that measure comes tag of three men and t~b capture of
erihths are now able to offer a certain .uly produced new witnesses but also up for conlsderation, a fou th man and thb f aptie of a
nmail fraction of tdhelr output on the sc red additional evidence from t hoe r, .Folder,, o Bibb, made the motion fourth ma t heir "ie4r Who hil
market "indicates that flnitlllin. capa had teatifted at the rat trial in to recna!der, nd .stated the matter atttupLed to tauie aU pttising ln tbhl
Ity i ot as fullyo ecutiledi a it milht o would so to te foot of. the calendar 'vcinity of SByamo, pirvlo of Santl-
blt. even after the shutdowns of the i Tatibec clerk of BroIthit i the house alreod to that mntiqw, ego. eltecttally ndIedUItW liy sa4h-
flrt half of July. While there are no county, testified to standing at lapleC There was no desire, he said, to brng blanej uf U n upringrl 'lni Cba', the ru.
Indications thui tar that ionswmptlon Uleoa. &toe, across the fsreet trom the the Steed till up again, and thg oaly mor ofuprtlrtng ita eastern Chuba were
is, to be materially reduced In the J akson court house and seeing Mar- object in view was to enable those fully confirnned today il the govern'
near uitlMre, yet the effect of the Wall cum tall and JIwen runnlng away. He most Intereated to offer the 'Vandler ment's reports rotlved from the Sov.
street crash, .r rather'. of the c ei did not ee Jett in the ..street. where compromise bill agait as a -substtute- ernor. a4 other officials of S tlatgo
that led to It, upon the builess'la ttW. tLo prisoner claims to have been at Mr. Steett, of Taylor, opposed the province. They are to the effect that.
t of the country t bea seriously the time the shooting. ,tion to reconadr, as did also Mr. since th ight of vaday last (
eaissted Over extension of credi, h tilliam Combsmtetftts d to holding Mosses, of Cowet4. They clalited .armed and mounted men have appear-
d ussed Over extension of credit William Combs tetlfldd to holding sufficient tlme had alerady en given les in the Oto rver
0 Industrial, operations is apt to be county offices at Jacksou for 37 years. 4ote czisdherao n thisleo"s ing tae r to and
lolicwed ti the same sharp scrutlny Lio was in Judge BIacK's office when o he derti th qust reolut nd
S 1 .ftsa a. h nhm t ytocksh .t heard the shooting ooknh out and that the dutybefore the h dL the paymn f th1 ri
uer-capltallation consolidation. saw .Mrco and Jtt The ra Iroads, while not scramblIng l ilnA from the courthouse.witness, dis he felony cohict. orted. but the Jzabitalnte of te
for eary places on the order bofcs or kah Combs. a 'new witness, da.'s psi 0r o Spli nyoir o rt. tel theo ate ^it 0 4 C -
thbt rail mills, keep on cosatraactlng te t to seoingK John Noble, Curtis Mr. Fort, oSiding, spoke strotl' Chato region ate cfte4 .
tfO next year .a.d It ls estimated that Jet' and Thomas Wite together Just ly for rerongdoratiOn, showing hat The leader of the revo utr ar y'p
close o 1000000 tons of 1904 deUV. before the shooting. White beckoned was to put life ty aed P I I brthi'
ery is now booked, including what was Jtt t( toe sile door of the ot- ndr o e, as I propod of the badts kile4 by t r
oi'l-inalJM Aoed for, 19 3 tJat" must houme, where both entered. He talks- ofaeiteu tit unviuet fndtoni thai o *nr', o drt, -.
o'--- Ta B estf.tlofiu by t e wit h bio then t ad ,.oon h ea e convict Question thaai Irtodriguo e mdp,*e
thee ylQiiTe trad.. .-.--r hif tof- the rural 44io roads into irba j e-Viekl l shooting and saw Ewoerun f1 th il p 4 a i
ih tbe.wheat and .corn at have a .. h Vo t ro eh o w In p1astern o abana ad t'i gd w
bn etught them to the coic un 1u~ thalit - ___of-I
ever ,ar will be nee d to mee DOYLESTOWN OANK PAILSa. e ean oe o Sntia govina has bee
demands of the. Is Ind winter. "~"a" f Ce r '* to i1, to e resolution of Mr. Howard, ay be deemed necessary tb coe
Pi iron t w hieaker. tock have 4rmn mt of BaldLs approprhitjng- f116,000 to ato withthh (mounied trOppa
baeen increasing, while toeadry meon y /.,a. th ul8rey e -. the state -itdltrltl at Mtiledvill
ae and the rebuyer oyle he for the purpose of putting iights and A. M YOUN AO DIIA
fnidryron assert tha $12 southern lowog notic.1t on the door building o nesary wal In coie T...
Iron Is within slght, hogh- eorotsf the DoylesoitOs ie i k tdat: ti t the two new billags at hat Grand iief e r e hee
,!of a larjo block rbeingtaken at that "Thio nuk el 14eG c i-the hands LAt ILeOmoIv.So
figure are .again denied. Contracts of the compt-oile of t eurrelcy h Visllity of th e election 1ead fie Pu., July 8 --A, #" T
t;r castings are being taken with (8lage.d) ". P. Kane, deputy.,ouioptrol- rftroad commissioner by the. peopl%, o a grad chlef englier ofi te
every week, for which th pig iron Sla e r of thll curry ntry. s tead o ha ing them 8sel eted by ithe- oood of l piomotI o$esew
ye, to be bought. Te posting o the notI seds ow the case,' furbilh- as iltfl Wllh th t'
rPHILIPN REVEN ES c derable epcitsmont in thinta own, ed the theo for the pr-inepal dikus. "-the cityl hospital iliilce Jlpe 0lAp I
PHILIPIN REVtINEn. as te deposits of he in titution a- -ion before te snat-e yestora y. The died at .:.40. o'Pelk the th or '. l
large. - Pe roe-nit w e the orerwhel'nisg do' Previous t^o .his death he a
Statement Prepared by the Bureau of The ban tnera have beeaw fat e U lecto bill whh had YoUl o 0
S.Inalor Af -. tf i;i -jon the '- botks f ptwo days eie from tie house. 'ae ss ief 3 wM
.WVashington, July 31.-A statement t0 140- oiteoment has bee .Issued~ ew se bil w irod d w bo ittburg-
Sprepared by the bureau of Insular at. e.ttr of, them or the offlaero';.bP of i4". ..f....f"-
fairs, of the war department, show T 'h 'Rtb"aster_ VanBtreUo rQltf rs frth io Atlan eio and relat
.. ... ." ithf- thq A .aml i anI a ,M ,Grelet 'i.
the cistome revenues in the Philip- l e:ta ofthe bank was $l h -.the ionou oo f tAipad, Wlhn be was but, I
pines for the first four mpths of0 and the lat rep t to the com0t4O ito. to keeAp a treco O all p old, After 4 iars otLaidtbt
to have bet $81,702, against $2,901,- 1howed: sdo 8 doatr ty tha re st gr 4 Is -
S1,216,657 fa1 1899. It or *1,000,00 loas a nd. Atkinson-To a mend t rd of c tiv

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