The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."



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nT"r"r'tf"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r'"r"r"r"r"r" " " " '" " A PLEASANT EVENING THE FOURTH.

WITH MRS, tlOCIE} : -- Here is light for you on the
r r I Ocala Will be "It" on the Nation's
.. ---- I I., business of a bank.
-v Miss Venable and Miss Porter Guestsof Birthday.The

1t .. Honor at a Lovely Party. various committees selected to l II IrliT II.I V*
y =
-- | A delightful event this week was arrange for our big Fourth of July What can it do for you?

1 r the party Monday night at which celebration are hard at work and

: i '! Mrs. William Hocker entertained everybody who is so fortunate as to be ..

INABOX'J complimentary to her guest, Miss within our gates on that day is prom A bank does your bookkeep- J

Elizabeth Venable, of Jacksonville, ised a time that will be rememberedtill I
: il ing. It makes collections. J
s: If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have and Miss Hattye Mae Porter, of Ibis time shall be no more. your

!::: Dice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and a -ete! It takes care of your money. It
E paper Is In a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles. 12 city.Mrs.
Hocker's lovely home is beau fC'Vl gives you commercial standingin i j i iI

| POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | tifully adapted to entertaining and I I the community. It affords a jJ J!j

her guests spent an ideally pleasant 1 i I I I

f !: _--_ evening. !. constant reference to your financial I I

: Everywhere about the house, on :! ability.
the mantels, tables, pianos, were I j

f placed vases of "brown eyed Bankers f J j

fl; Susans" which lent added attractiveness The bank is a friend to you I

t k : "rf -- I j to the rooms. OCALA, FLORIDA. in business, at all times. I

f'r f -- The guests were met at the door by
a I .. .
Miry Frances Anderson and Miss '< -' :.. ::.: (:, ..:;-:.: =-- ,- = : : =-' .' -. I II
!i1l1 !1 !1 !111111lll11jlljl'.11jlljl1l11jllllljlll11l11l11l11l11! '. Hazel Hilltrr and were shown into -- 1
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the parlor where Mrs. Hooker and the I I -
I lion has I em marked with good and
ufi S"9 fair guests of honor welcomed them
wise appointments and, as yet, no

THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR most cordially.MKs 'ayr stain or blemish can\.be found upon I
Venable, a tall and stately 1 I Holds up the Hunds of the Executive
the escutcheon of his! executive
DAVID S WOODROWPHOSPHATE brunette, looked han :same in white.A I I Committee ability. I

touch of color was given her costume The "committee 011 public comfort" I
OCALA, FLA., June 10. Now, as to my jKJsition touchingthis II
by the red geraniums in her have arranged all the details in this
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.
matter, I feel! that the votersof
hair and her bouquet of red and pink line, so our guests are respectfully Siuce
my return from Tallaha.+ee I I
county have honored me \ LAN DS TIMBER I roses.! Miss Porter wore a lovely notified that they can get plenty to have heard much regarding the their confidence with a high and honeorable 1 t

gown of white lace over yellow satin eat-a sandwich this size for a iiickle. caused the of
vacancy by resignation
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and Mrs. Hooker was aLso in white. K. of P. Memorial Exercises. :.Jr. E. P. Thagard. that trust. j

After the guests had all arrived s The Knights of 1'y thias lodge, No. I desire to\ay, through your paperto The action of the executive committee -

OCALA FLORIDA. Miss Venable and Miss Porter chose 19, held memorial exercises tjuuday the voters of Marion'county and
metis itb my approval, and
sides and charades were acted. This afternoon. to the executive
committee in
particular to the extent of my ability, I function
was a very novel mode of entertaining This of that I I
is one the largest fraternal think the governor's action and uphold them.

-.. and proved most delightful. The orders in the city and is constantly when the time comes will be I C. M. BROW .

dining room was used::! as the &tage.I their list of them and .
adding to to to I
new names satisfactory us. ----- --
RA=. Local Editor Mayor Fishel, chairman of the I I
uu! and
The charades all good ones
were membersIn can see no reason why it should be
Fourth of July finance committee, reports -
collectedover were splendidly carried out and each response to announcements otherwise, for his whole administra- 11.
that he has already foreaiidrI a10. epialia
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN a hundred dollars for the big side kept the other guessing and printed in the local 1 press the Knightsmet

thinking hard but in the end all of in Castle Hall promptly at three

Warren Holtzclaw, of Candler, was blowout on that day. them were solved.In o'clock Sunday afternoon and marched THE MCCARTHY STORE.

i ID the city Monday.Col At the Baptist church Sunday one of the charades a recitationwas in regular order, wearing their

Charleston morning Miss Hattye Mae Porter given by Miss Bessie Porter, who regalia of office, first to the old ceme Again open with a fresh and
Wilson IIf U
W. B. ,
Bang most delightfully. This was the is quite a talented elocutionist. tery. On reaching there Chancellor well selected line of Groceriesetc. .
again at the Ocala House. Cheap for cash. Highest
first time Miss Porter had sung in After the acting of the charades Commander, '1'. J. Owen, read the
market prices paid for
Mr Josiah Yaro returned Tuesday public since her return home and as delicious! peach cream and cake was beautiful memorial service and Mr. country produce. . .

from a badness trip to South Florida. J usual all were charmed with her enjoyed and later in I the evening Miss 0. T. Green, in the absence of Itev. J. \
Free sheds for teams.
rendered several vocal solos your
delivered beautiful
voice. A. Hendry, a impromptu

)Jr.and Mrs. .Hatton have returned -I I Arkansas Chill Tonic is the best which added more pleasure to a most eulogy over the dead. He Come and see us we will do you good

to their old home in Paris, chill medicine on the market. Tyd- pleasant evening mentioned in touching language the

France. iugs & Co. have bola during the past "How noiseless falls the foot of Time, names of those Knights who lie
LX L VCoK.rwvwwvwww
nine months 1488 bottles of this excellent That only treads on flowers.
Fred Welhe returned Tuesdayfrom buried in our cemeteries.The ,
tonic. It is a matter of sincere regret that
a wit of several weeks in JacK- -- -- lodge was organized In this cityin
Miss Venable's visit in Ocala was of
wnvllle. Miss Carrie Samford, of Opelika, 1890,since which time fifteen of its
---- such: short duration and it is hoped
Alabama, who is the guest of Mrs. R. members have passed over the riverto
Mix Mamie Love left Wednesday that she will make Ocala another
Ocala.Jicksonvillet G. Blake, delighted the congregationat that undiscovered country. The
for a visit to visit at an early date.
church Sunday following is a list of the departed
the Presbyterian
Metropolis. The following were Mrs. Hocker's Summer Shoes :
night with a beautiful vocal solo. She guests: Misses Elizabeth Venable, Knights, viz: Mr. Ktngman; Geo. s-

Cecil's Corn Salve cures your corns has a splendid voice and her singing Hattye Mae Porter, Mrs. Edward Vinal, Edward Badger, R. B. McConnell -

without making them sore. Ask forlUtTydingsA J. A. Bowel!, James J. Hill
enjoyed. ,
was greatly
Co. Hiller, Misses Hatiie Dye, EstherWeathers
Chas. Wiizig, Philip Kellogg, Walter Of All KindssS
Reardon, Bessie Porter
Hon. and Mrs. C. M. Brown returned Mary
On the 4th day of July all loads will Louella Stevens, B. Dupree Hodge, O. H.
Florrie Crook Gary,
from 'lallabasi Sunday af ,
lead towards Ocala and everybody. Mane Bullock Sara Harris, Violet Perry, C. H, Colby, A. J. Witt, M. L.
Mr. Brown that several ,
will be headed in this direction. ternoon. says Tuttle, C. :. Garrett.At Our assortment of ladies', misses' and children'sSandals
of his bills were killed per force of Harris, Sallie Camp, Jessie Palmer,
and Oxfords and Men's Low "
the close of the memorial exercises Slippers ,
Irs. J. M. Oates and son, Frank, parliamentary tactics. He says be is Pauline Sullivan, Annie Davis, Valeta Shoes is Ocala
the Knights visited the graves as good as was ever brought to ,
went to Lake Weir Monday afternoon to devote the text two years to Potter, Frances Anderson, Hazle
going and decorated them with flowers. and the best- offered at the prices. We want to

to join Mr Gates. The will remain all the study of parliamentary law in Hiller, Mattie Williams, Mr. and They then took carriages and wentto I show them to youCHAMBERS. '
Mrs. Lee Miller Messrs. W. W. Martin -
summer. I order to get even with some of his .
Greenwood and -- -
S. E. Hiller, Arthur Masters, B. cemetery
The reading club held a pleasant colleagues. flowers over the graves of the Knightswho 1
8. Weathers, W. T. Wheeler, E. J. SHOE COIr
;:, meeting with Miss Sara and Miss During the summer kidney Irregularities are buried there. .
Crook, W. T. Gary, C. V. Miller,G. H.
.Violet Harris Tuesday afternoon. are often caused by excessive The ritual is a beautiful one
; Ford C.L. Anderson Clifton very :
overheated. Attend Camp FwAw.AAAAA4A :
i Kipling was studied. drinking or being and the exercises Sunday afternoonwere 1 1I
to the kidney at once by usingFoley's W. W. Condon, Emmett Robinson, .
and attended. 1
A fall line of Whiting's fine station- Kidney Cure. Post Office Robert Mathews, J. H. Taylor, J. H. very impressive largely .__ -

, erymay be found at Tydings & (::0'. Drug Store. m I Mathews, 0. B. Howse, Eugene Cox, I I
Cupid Brings Ocala and Miami Totether. f TRUNKS S !
frog tort'. All shades! and qualities Dr. E. 'Van Hood returned home Leon Hanlon.His ,' The
are included in stock. .
Monday morning much to the de- Do you travel? Do you want a good trunk?
Last Hop Realized. The Miami Metropolis of June 5, We have lot of good trunks that we will
" Mr, R. L. Ivey, who has been quite .light of 0 his many friends. He has (From the Sentinel,Cebo.Mem.) gives an interesting write-up of the offer at special low prices while they last. Oeala I

W for several weeks, left Tuesday for been absent seven months and during In the first opening of Oklahoma to .
marriage of Mr. Joe F. Chaile and A Good Metal Trunk S2.00 I
: White Springs, where he wiil spend this. time. toured Arizona, Colorado, settlers in 1889 the editor of this paper A Good Canvas Covered Trunk $3.00
Miss Minnie Hall. Furniture
r i lame time California, Now Mexico, Texas and was among the many seekers after A Good Canvas Strap Trunk $4.00 J
fortune who made the big race one The home was elegantly decoratedwith I Leather bound brass trimmed trunks at proportional _
He visited the Yosemite
I Mrs Bulloch, of Bartow, who has Other other beautiful fine day in April During his traveling exquisite pot plants and flowers. Also valises and traveling prices.bags. Company 1;-
,Valley many about and afterwards
been camping all BIG BARGAINS and we have
in Ocala for some time visiting The Metropolis says: These are
I \places in the west. He is in splendid upon his claim, he encountered much other bargains at
her daughter, Mrs. 0. MI Eaton re- "Mr.Chaille is a young man who enjoys -
bad weather which, together with '
I / health and his travels have been most I >
turned home Monday afternoon. delightful. severe heat, gave him a very severe in a marked degree the esteem AT S M I IT H S OCALA FLORIDA{

I I diarrhoea which it seemed almost and respect of all our citizen. Siart- J

Judge W. S.Bullock is holding circuit "I have been troubled forsome time Impossible to check, and along in ing with a modest beginning he has I ---- 1

I court at Inverness. His sons, with indigestion and sour stomach," June the case became so bad he expected -
built up a successful bu.-ine; i1, thu.evidencing ,
WU!tlt loll Julian accompanied him says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee, to die. One day one of his
his and !
I : and< will spend several Mass., "and have been taking Cham neighbors brought him one small bottle capacity energy ; I -
days fishing
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera while all who know him attest 1m THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine
OQ Lake Teala .
Apopka.-- --- --- which have helped me very much, so and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope.A sterling worth of character, his integrity -! I

The Club House continues to maintain that now I can eat many things that big dose was given him while he and high moral reputation. The :

its before I could uot." If you have any was rolling about on the ground in ,
popularity. Among the ar- bride is one of the loveliest, most
trouble with your stomach why not great agony, and in a few minutes the
L' rival a Tuesday H.S. Chambers amiable and cultured First Class Hates Reasonable
were young ladies I ,
take these tablets and get well? For dose was repeated. The good effect of

A C. L. Sistmnk, H. G. Eagleton, B. E. sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m the medicine was soon noticed, and who ever graced this community .

pJ Of, city; and A.Y.. Burnett, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic within an hour the patient was taking in winning her for a bride the groom I \ Rates Month.
Throughout. Special by
Pftt4irg. liniment, and .when 'applied his first sound sleep for a fortnight. has secured a treasure verily better ) )

to cats, bruises and burns, causes That one little bottle worked a com-I than great riches."
No food health unless the kidneys them to heal without maturation and plete cure, and he cannot help

a.e wuud. Foley's Kidney Cure and much more quickly than I by _the grateful. The season for bowel dia- The wedding presents were numer-

i fakes the kidneys right. Post Office. usual treatment Eor sale by Anti- orders suggests this item. For sale by ous and embraced many useful and MRS. THOS. J. BARNES. PROP.

: W\"Jg Store. m Monopoly Drug Store. m Anti-Monopoly Drug Stole. m elegant articles. .Ip




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A Commencement song to the tune ")luy. Disease takes no summer

land, My Maryland" adopted by the"Friendsin i'
Council"literary society of Rollins dedicatedto vacation.If

Allsortaof things will happen in the senior class of 1903 and presented to the need flesh and
Ocala on the 4th. ;
strength useScott's f
Come sing a song for nineteen-three ft
Florida, My Florida.
Three banks and two daily news- I
I And let us all join merrily, I Emulsion I

Flolida, Florida.We .
papers are Indexes to Ocala's growth. 'S' My
boys and girls of Rollins C., !

(Something now seems always doingin COTTON PUNT OCKl W HA--LAIE WEIR. BELLEVIEW NEWS BUDGET. Frum every care and grief set free summer as in winter.SCOTT t i

Florida,My Florida. Seal tar he........ I I
the executive office at Tallahassee.
i In Rollins College we rejoice, ROWM.. r il
Everything Favorable for Big Crops. Building at Weir ParkVegetableCrops I Methodist Ladies Give Ice Cream Florida, 409.41 furl Street NrT.L I
Jly ... ,
f'Co. )i B* ai irvu" tthroteesto
All Florida feels proud of the Banner's Policy Upheld. in Good Condition, Supper.Town Election. And raise aloud melodious voice, l I
color Florida Mr Florida. -- k
Times-Union and i3 ,
big i-er- The dry spell has been broken at Mrs. James Gates and little daughter Messrs. Edgar Pelot and Tell I Joues And even tho' we've had some fun. .,

feeling press.Messrs. of Ocala, have arrived on the laketo I gave a most delightful dance to a And Rollins yell was heard to stun I----- -- .
is It
last and everybody happy.
spend the summer with Mr. Gate, few friends at Mr. Jones' home on 'Twas only alter work was done t nt. i iI sf

H. S. Chambers and Wm. Crops are looking considerably bet- who is merchandising at Weir Park. Florida. My Florida. I I ... --- - -.......... ....- ...... f

' Hutson went to Tampa Wednesdayon ter on account of the daily-howers. Mr. Fasuott, has bought several West Front street Thursday evening. Shout R-O-L-L.I-X-S, 1'1' E.BIGG*. i

Mrs. Howell left last Monday for buildings onorth lake, which be Two carloads of watermelons left Florida,My Florida. -- k

business.Mr. I II II For nineteen-three and all the rest, ATTORNKY-AT-UW. I
New Jersey to spend the summer will move to his Weir Park lots, !I here this week, Mtgsrs. Ridge and
Florida My FloridaIf (Od'iccieOary'Ae.welattl \
Frank L. Watson has returned J. where he will build a commodious |I Lucius loading the first and Mr. Ridge .
with relatives. Her husband, Mr. half our secret you but guess, OCALA. Pl4IJaj, j
dwelling for his family to occupy You know we wish success. .
the second. you great
from a few days'visit to Jacksonvilleand E. Howell accompanied her to Jack- -
in the fall from The tor !
when they arrive same Rollins yes yes yes
Pablo Beach. sonville. Iowa. Prof. Green, after an absence of two Florida My Florida. I Ilt I D. FCLLKR._ ,

Miss Ella Winningham, who has Mra. Mary Williams has sold a I I weeks in Teuiitfestt, returned Satur- i ------ D NTljT. I

Mr. 8. A. Standley left Wednesdayfor been spending awhile with friends at building lot to Ely Grantham, who || The New Times Union. Over Monroe tCa-k*>Mta.i, Cps, $a, i

he to day.Mrs. The Times-Union Florida's big _
St. Louis where -- 0
goes pur- will erect a storeroom on the same Harroli returned Saturday to ,
left last Tuesday for her
Cotton Plant, M.
chase horses and mules. this summer. metropolitan newspaper, made it J TUOlhtO-: ;
the her home in Jacksonville after a visit
much to
home in Daytona, regret Mrs. H. H. Toby, who has been appearance Wednesday ia a brand PHYSICIAN' A.\D M'lOCOK.

Mr. and Mrs. David Gamble are of her many friends. spending the winter and spring in of several months with her parents, Office over Teapot Gtottry.<... Tlekeseti
new dress from top to bottom. It is OCALA. FLA.
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roland Quite a number of our people took Ocala, has returned to her home on Mr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick.Mra I .
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now printed on a GOSH Perfecting --
Marsh, at Panaaoffkee. in the excursion to Homosassa last the lake, accompanied by Miss May 0. C. Hooks, of Oxford, is vis-
Parr and Horace two little Press, built especially for it. The J K. CHASE.
Eagleton's _
week and came back tired but delighted iting her cousin, Mrs. Frank Pelot. ;
Mrs. C. 8. Collins and children children. capacity of this wonderful machine is DBNT.*T.OCALA.. :
a The Ladies Aid Society of the
leave next week fo? Georgia, where with their day's outing. The copious showers for the past I M. E. church an ice cream sale 24,000 eight and ten page papers per ILL

they will spend the summer. Mesdames W. E. Veal and Henry week have made vegetation take on gave hour and will print any and all colors rtARLOS L. SI6TRCM.J ;

i ii Clark, of Early Bird, spent part of new life. Orange trees particularlyare I in the town hall Monday evening. that occasion \

)Ir. B. A. Weathers leaves Sunday week with friends at Cotton putting on a fine healthy growth. I Mr. D. E. treble is very ill at bis may requirt. I ATTORMCY.AT.UW.
The tomato and beau crops are home New I To be fully abreast with the times Room i. Uuoaic BmMitc, Owl*. Irk ) ii.EDWIN cI
for a business trip to New York. He ou England avenue.
Plant and took in the trip to Homo- about over. Good prices were realized J, this paper is now equipped with a I
| Rev. Mr. Jones and wife have
will be absent three weeks. moved SPENCHKATTORN_ i l
gassa. for both. thorough up-to-date illustrating department _
here from Lady Like and will
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:(rs. John W. Pearson and daughter Mr. Franz Weston, the hustling II and is the equal of any ":\'-AT-LAW. I

Miss Alta,left Wednesday for St. superintendent of the Alice mines, DOINGS AT GAITERV1LLE. occjpy the Butterworth cottage. newspaper in the country. OCALA, 1-6-,' Rualw.. i
The monthly meeting the Belle-
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Joe, Mo., where they will spend the was summoned to the bedside of his The editor in chief, the guiding nnd -
view Lodge of Masous was held in
sister, in South Carolina last week Two Fish Frys Indulged in During the
relative hand
summer with directing and his corps of capa- Jerry Burnett
their hall Saturday night.A ,
but arrived too late to find her living
Week-.Personal Notes. ble lieutenants, are all Floridians and
)(r. veil Weathers is expected city election for officials for the
died about three hours
I she having We all trained Merchant
are happy to report pleasant thoroughly newspapermen.
home for the summer in a day or two ensuing year was advertised to be
before his arrival. The sympathy times in Gaiterville. Everybody .
from New York, whtre he is studyinglaw held Tuesday,June 9, but as no inspectors
this community goes out to Capt. seems happy-the young folks espec As a Floridian, and speaking for Tailoring
at the Columbia University. Weston in this his hour of bereave- had been appointed the election -
ially. Floridians, we feel proud of the new
ment. fell through. JOSH. 1
Mr. X. M. Allred is now actively Gaiterville was visited Sunday by a Tiruew-Uuion and extend to it our Ocala, Florida.
# Watermelons are plentiful now and Finest Imported and

engaged in his duties as state's attor- while some planters will realize some good ram. It did considerable goodto Wedding at Fellowship. heartiest congratulations.We Domestic Cloths. .

ney. His friends predict that his cash, Dr. Veal may reap a harvest. the crops generally. Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 hope it will prosper aud cause Cutting She'cilsly

record will be a most excellent one. Now is the time to plant a big cropof There were two fish frys during the o'clock )Ir. John Sellers and Miss the state to prosper.You Pita duaratttli&WANTEDSEVkCAL

--- potatoes to make up for the defi- past week, lath of which were well Nellie Lyles were united in marriageat -- --
Mrs. Wynne, of Lake Weir, was ciency in other crops. know what you are taking. -- --
attended. All present spent a most the home of the bride at Fellow IMOTsTBIOI.* Psn
shopping in Ocala Wednesday. Mia. Tomatoes, roasting! ears, blackberry When you take Grove's Tasteless soul in each state la travel far'"- .1Itd.1j
pies, and peaches are the staple enjoyable time. ship. eleven year aid with. I tarn, wtJMi .> ala
I Adel Bittenger, accompanied bet home Chill Tonic because the formula ia upon rocr n..u.B4 '' mu lur <*xc**.M MlprontaMcUnr
dishes on our tables now. Mr. Samuel lUyburn, of Miami, Miss Lyles is the accomplished rermaanl nM-M t>.i|..
and will remain at the Lake for a few i plainly printed on every bottle showing ash rotary of III sad. all lr..ctu( return
Yes, Mr. Editor, you are right when was in Gaiterville Sunday shaking daughter of Mr. John W. Lylee, a and hotel bill a" ..1'<1 la ... wck u*E
days. that the democratic party that it is simply Iron and Quinine K:p nBtf* Bat "" *.Ual .... rflHttM"VT'ONAM
you say hands with friends whom be left five veteran of the civil war and a veteran pelfidtrn..d -.*..... TR
Mr. John Martin, the popular must lay aside Messrs. Bryan and i in a tasteless! form. No Cure, No Pay ;JJ.C VnrIM".1IC n..,.... h m
Cleveland for either would cause a years ago. All were glad to see uim school teacher i" this county. The Price 50 cents. I .
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of Babel

young representative complete shipwreck. Neither of the and gate him a hearty welcome. bride herself has been a teacher for

: of Jacksonville, spent Wednesday above named should be considered fora Wonder what young fellow felt the pant two years. Radium rays may prove of in- Study at Home

1 in Ocala and made this office avery candidates. estimable value in the control of the
; moment as even possible sleepy when a certain young lady Mr. Sellers in a young Georgian: andis .
lmpn fnw ".Dd. to hfr Wee 0 1WA
IF pleasant call. entered the church ? Did he for the firm of Bell i various germ diseases, for Panjez: In -.. >. '_'9vwu.-
Sunday bookkeeper ..... U..*-.-."..... 1r.ir.tr ,.--... '
f RM. ..........
COINER Tnowsn au..v IPhyit
the trv rwaw
; I Dr. W. V. Newsom, a leading physician : immediately after service? Yes, I Dean at Fellowship and is very popu- Paris reports that they check .nmin...llMM l'JrWIwY.. Fwfc Lea'OWW,...4. ..tatr.*_***.*t>....y.**"*Ilwalme. **

development of the autbray bacillus. .. n..n. .
of Ocala, is in town for. a few believe he did. lar in his community.The 1.1. IIIMES.1'aiatte
Vegetabels Moving Rapidly- Corn
days transacting business and greetIng Misses Dora and )I'rtaIcConn, of marriage was performed by
Crop Good-Poraonal,
his numerons friends. He is the Shady, were Sunday visitors in Gai Rev. Z. Crumpton and none but the OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
Editor I again knock for
Well, ,
t : guest of the DeSoto.-Tampa Times. terville and attended church at Cedar immediate relatives witnessed the

F admission to the columns of your Grove. ceremony. FLORIDA.BOILERS .

I Mr.John W.Pearson went down to valuable -- -
paper. Mr. John de Brass and family, accompanied This paper extends Its congratulations -

Bushnell Wednesday after spendinga Oat harvesting is about finished and by Miss Gertrude Butler, and beat wishes to the happy & ENGINES '

few days in the city with his family. the yield was very good consideringthe all of Ocala, were in Gaiterville Sun- young couple.Ten.

His oil drilling operations which have unfavorable spring. day shaking hands with old and dear Pipe and Fittings to 2-in., ValrM. rum,.,

been at a standstill for nearly a month Cantaloupes, tomatoes, okra and friends. All of whom extended to Years In Bed. Vt Sawmills, Saws-circular and dr*$*. B*.k-

I; will be resumed in a few days, the watermelons are being shipped from them an ever welcome hand. R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind., ing, Pulleys, Holts, general line ot

writes "For ten I confined
years was
i l pecesoary machinery, cables, etc., here in large quantities. Mrs. Debusk, of Ozello, is; visiting to.my bed with disease of my kidneys.It MILL .\ NI) MINING SI '1'1 L I Ja.:

having arrived. Farmers are laying by corn, whichIs
I relatives and friends. Mra. Debusk
k. was so severe that I could not move

Ocala is enjoying A building, repairing poking very fine. I at one time resided at this place and part of the time. I consulted! the very .

I and general improvement Mr. Collins, of South Carolina, is will be home to her friends here. best medical skill avaUble, but could IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL

visiting :Mr. J. J. Lutfman and familyfor get no relief until Foley's Kidney
1 boom. New houses are being built, while. Mr.J. D. Williams and wife, of Cure was recommended to me. It has KINDS OF MiCHIKE

t old ones painted, repaired and en- a short Early Bird, was the guest of Mr. C. been a Godsend me." Post Office -- --.- --.
Frank Smith of Lake Kerr
larged, fences whitewashed, grounds M. Wbitton Thursday. I I Drug Store. m -
relatives and friends here
was visiting As yet we have not heard anythingmore
I cultivated flowers planted and every last week. J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

thing has a look of thrift and neat- concerning the young fellow

ness. Mr. Charles Leitner, a student of who is in such deep distress and GUILTYOF WHISKEY

the South Florida Institute HOUSE
Military Uncle Joe feels anxious about
very ,
John L. the founder of
Capt. InglU
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Is home on a vhcation for the sum- his welfare. UNCLE JOE.I I GROSS NEGLIGENCE
? Port Inglls, was in the city Tuesday.
Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
Capt. Inglis has just returned from & mer.Mrs. DID NOT HEED WARNINGS
W. E. Little died Saturdayafter
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visit to Beaumont and other points in GfiIS ::
a short illness of four days. On Saturday June 6 1903 Mrs. This Ii the verdict that ihoald be res .. I
Texas and reports great activity not its best tiered In cf death from kid o :
Griner Farm baa lost one of to many chaos I, 77'W
Margaret Janie Little wife of W. E. I
around the oil fields of Beaumont 3
only and brightest young ladies. We ex ney dlseues. A slight disorder, which I _
Little, deceased, died at the home of could have been M I, _
but at other places in the Lone easily cored,U neglected :
the bereaved a.
tend to v;
our sympathy
Star state. The south is rapidly her father, Mr. J. J. Luffman, of con- and terminate In Bright' Disease or i g f
and friends. JUDIE.
family Diabetei. -
gestion of the brain.

L forging ahead. She had been in delicate health for Most of these victims could bar beta ..y: X2c (;

PINE. laved by taking TCLST'I KmifiT Ccai, ; 1=
We under' >11
are obligations to Prof. 1
time but
some ; was not thought to be .IIID ft
u it positively will can any case of kId. 2 > =
Joseph L. Wiley, of Martin, for a so near the end. She was twenty ney or bladder disease If taken In that, O O t ,. i
News Notes From the Northern Part
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crate of very fine cantaloupes. These two years of age. She was a member of but It cannot make new kidneys for you. .. ?-c W'..
' of Marion CountyPersonal.Mrs.
' melons were grown by Messrs. Townsend the M. E. church for about four years. 80 don't risk life and health by delay but = j

Susie Gunnbles and her little take FOLKY'B KIDDY CUBS at I !
Brothers & Company and no once. -A ,
She died in the triumphs of her faith. cs

melons grown.to Colorado are more children are visiting relatives in this She is missed by her parents and Diseased kidneys Injure: all of the organs o .e J
as they then fall to eliminate poisons O
juicy or luscious. We extend our community. Mrs. Gunnbles is a relatives and by the whole commun- from the blood which accounts for the I FAMOUS ._AMILlSfJl: HIM'II 111:1&: p j

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grateful thanks for same. charming lady of Dunnellon. ity in which she resided. She can many different symptoms of this d w.. J i

Miss Ethel Cla rice Barksdale and J. M. Hilman, of Anthony, was come no more to them, but they can FOLBT'I KIDSET Cvss makes the kId- FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES. -i j

here Saturday. He reports a brisk neys right and the attendant ills quickly )lyooi.ye or Bourbon at..____}t.7 J My M *. Oi. at.-,.._ 12 1 1
:Mr. Edward Allen Anderson were go to her."You'll My J.50 .". .m. -.---.-.., too Mr: too NorU Cart..*** c.. M
disappear. ........_ tr .,
business shipping melons and canta My 3.00 ,2.56 Ujr I.sa" II t e l>re c."l M
married at o'clock know where to find me. my dear ones, 'I .__ .__. .. ** j
eight Wednesdaythe Watch kidney be My 4.00 My JM
loupes at that place. in heaven, your BI yon may My t.oo Gin at.._._.__ ___ f.DO M' .... .. > 1.
home of the bride in Augusta, Though every fond tie you have cherished,be drifting toward' Brig ht'i Disease ; and, : My eu ?* a Nrw toxin/new *-

Oa. The bride was attended by Capt. Charles Thomas attended riven. remember, that the work of destructiongoes Tii Jug and-Keg-Trid Made a Special .'raturtIn .

Miss Johnnie Liddon of this quarterly meeting at Antnony Sun You'll follow me home to the land of the blest. en constantly, and if yon hiv rea- lending your orders, tlwtyi tend enough to cover tbcol.( '.(1. H.H.|.UM f4iP ;
city. Where sighs are not heard and the weary ones toni to believe kidneys bladder -galloDjug.lscZ-gaUoDju&,2jc;j-gillanjag.: ; keg.lU
:Miss Barksdale rest." your or sell more whiskey and better whUkeyth.. any he. tU rUrUaWcB*. T !?" ...t**
wore white crepe de day.p are affected, you ehenld take FOLXT'BKIDHIT est goods and lull measure.A .
W. Tompkins spent Sunday at A FRIE D. .
I tnalorderwiltcoDTlnceyou .tifclk'MK,
Ttr "
I th.t"wurethpeo..rtc. M
chene and Miss Liddon, white point CUBS at once and remove all Your"lnKlousto .
de After the Anthony, visiting friends. possibility of fatal results. J. F. EDWARDS
spre. ceremony a reception
The beef buyers are now beginningto That Throbbing Headache SXTXOTO: WEnD! Molts,N.Y.,writes: _
was held after which Mr. and Would quickly leave you, if used -- --- :1
visit this section, and the sawmill "I had been troubled with my kidneys
Mrs. Anderson left for a trip to New Dr. King's New Liver Pills. Thousands for and had tried
twenty- sartr-
and peope yean CREAMVERMIFUCE
turpentine are also here WHITE'S
York and other eastern cities. of sufferers have proved their al physicians but received no relief until
frequently. matchless merit for Sick WORMS !
and Nervous I bought a bottle of FOLZT'S Emm l

U call o day. Headaches. They make pure blood CUlL After using two bottles I wu .011. tlvth

Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- Chronic bronchial troubles and sum. and build up your health. Only 25c. absolutely cured. I recommend
earnestly For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Be.e lesl (
lets. All druggistsrelund the money mer coughs can be quickly relievedand Money back if not cured. Sold by FtJx.n' Kmxn ecu.-

if it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. Anti Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- BOLD aY ALL DR VGO.Ta.Pnpared ; .
signature ia oil each box. b-I\ JAMES F. BALLARD St.THE .
-25c Post
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' mi su:**its w us. Local Editor METHODIST SILVER TEA. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $35.43, disbursed none; Blitchton, received -

.t $35.51, disbursed none; Martel, S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,
cii't Ocala Fla., June 1, 1903. recehed $122.94, disbursed none; Fort

|t HIPPEHINGS ABOUT TOWN. The Home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. The Board of Public Instruction in King, received $123.52, disbursednone

Potter the Scene of a Lovely and for Marion county, Fla., met this ; Capulet, received $86.67, disbursed S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
- the first day of June, 1903, in regular $30 balance $56.67; Linadale.
BorD,,&0 )Jr. and )[rs. C. E. Powell, Social Function. session with G. S. Scott chairman, B. received $21.99, disbursed none; Cotton -

d 8tan4tord. Ky., awn.j The Methodist Silver Tea at the R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham, present. I Plant, received $89.41, disbursed
Minutes of last meeting were read $40, balance $49.41.
i (\Italuupe aDd watermelon buy- home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Potter on and approved. Total received, $2722.42; total disbursed Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,

ootinuc to crowd our hotel. Fort King avenue Friday night was Several patrons of the Fantville $1072.44; total balance on
IN( special tax school district appearedand hand, $1649.98.
the of
scene a very elegant gathering.
I stated that in view of the fact
ftrf.D. K. lUnnnh haa gone to II We the most
I The house was beautifully decora- that Mr. C. C. Rawls and I. T. Mixson carry

F IIllal'oo, Ky., for a bon vacation. I ted with evergreens, pot plants and trustees of above district, had movedor The Daughters Return Thanks. of Harness, Saddles etc.,
The of the
Daughters Confederacydesire
were about to move out of the district -
I )II.A. P. B* *lBi of Anthony and floweret and that Mr. D. F. Olive, another to extend their sincere thanks in central Florida, and will giveour

! )(aJ.J. K. Print, of Eureka, were in The color scheme was pink and I I trustee, did not care to serve longer to all who in any way assisted them +
white. I that the patrons of said special patrons the very lowest
Oeaa: Frida1. : district had called a meeting, met and with the dinner to their honored
Mr. and Mrs. Potter was assisted in prices. We
recommended that J. B. George, V. gUEsts-the old Confederate Veterans, are thoroughly
)(r.C. I* Bittinger left Friday receiving by Mr. and Mrs. McCon- Fant and K. E. Haralson be appointed
and to make the memorial equipped for fitting out
I ceremonies turpen-
ItOfIlDC for P )lvania, where he athy, Mr. and Mrs. Zewedski, Mr. and trustees to fill the unexpired term of
I the old of June 3, so decided a success.
MTrral weeks. trustees.It tine and lumber teams
I 1 spend( Mrs. Mallory Liddon and Mrs. Frank gear
I was ordered that the appointmentof Their thanks are especially due to

pr BUtch will soon: become a full Harris.In the parties recommended be deferred the speakers, the Ocala Rifles, Mrs. wagons, etc. ,

t I the dining room Miss Valeta until the next regular meetingof ..
cllUen of Ocala. The an- .u.4.v. 1.* W.
tg }pl the board and the old trustees who Booe for use of room, to Mr. Pittmanfor
make. all happy. Potter, assisted by Misses Sara Har- We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer
I .Mment us have moved from the district, or who the free loan of chairs and to Mrs.
1 -- -- ris, Violet Harris, Georgie Smith do not care to serve longer, be requested -
Koonce, Mrs. Edwards, Messrs. Buggies and "White and Farm
Hickory" Turpentine Wagons
who his been IlliMtbehatfewdaye .
: J.J, Pjlw, quite Ethel Sinclair, Mary Reardon and to send in their resignations.A
was better Iliti Florrie Crook communication from Mr. L. P. Hogan a Veteran, Bittinger, Barco North Side Court IIou e. Ooala. |'1jnj5g5iJSm
served delicious ice Farmer setting forth his claim that and to an unknown friend for contri-

i( tlfbt much to ihe delight of hill many cream, cake and boa bons. the board was due him $10 was read, butions. MRS. F. R. GARY J

t bAds. The decorations the becomingly stating that he had been transferred
pretty t
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from a $45 to a f 40 school and that he Prest. Dickisou Chap. U. D. C. '
20ii1 5 .5 c5 ! e5?FaFa Faeaaa5 5p5d5d WQ
i lily LotlU Kinguun left last night gowned women, the dignifiedand had been dismissed from the "lartel --- r.

; Jurgaraonab, where she will spend suave gentlemen the intellectual school unjustly by the trustees and Sudden Illness of Mr. Warren. I

, 1M summer with her sister Mrs.: sallies of wit., repartee and delightful the superintendent.A Sunday night while in the midst of WE EAT MEATTo
communication was also read
terry Williams. conversation, made a beautiful and from Mr. J. J. Tillis and Josiah Seek- hie sermon Rev. L. B. Warren was grow strong. Unless we get

an attractive picture. inger setting forth the reasons for taken quite ill and was compelled to good meat we may as well let
)lr.Neil Harris who for the past recommending Mr. Farmer's dismis-
dismiss his He t'
congregation. was f
The weather was delightfully cool, it alone. There is no strength
teen attending the business sal. The superintendent stated that
Mr. and MM. Potter were charming Mr. Farmer was not transferred from sick all Sunday afternoon but sup* ; ., r. in tough meal-instead of giving t9'
N. Y. is :"- i
nbooj at Poughkeepaie, now
entertainers and the opinion was one school to the other, but had been posed he was strong enough to preachas X11 t it takes strength! to digest
;fifing at tL Louis, Mo. asked to close the school at Martel, I
usual. He was seized with a fit of t
unanimous that it was the most delightful '
which at the time he willingly con- it+: tit it. It pays to be careful in

MnJ. R. Mooitheod and children of the mary delightful sented to without a word of complaint numbuessaud barely escaped feinting. buying meat-be sure to get ;

1 tad Mi*Nellie Hooper went to Lake functions Ocala has had this season and without one word being Still Hustling.Mr. t J' ,1 the best-tender and choice. I
said about being sent to any otber
fftir Monday afternoon to visit school, and that ten days later he was C. H. Campbell, formerly of Pay a little more if need be and
leafness: Cannot be Cured
heads fur several weeks.Dr. sent to Weir Park to finish a two this city, is doing a splendid work for putsomethinginyour.tomachwhie I
by local applications, as they cannot months' unexpired term, Mr. Farmer
W"n 0. Veal, of Cotton Plant, reach the diseased portions of the ear. fully knowing that the school paid but Charlotte, N. C. He is superintendent will put flesh on your

of Blitchton and $40 per month, to which he made no of the water company and the 0 i 1."letii I1. bones and strong blood in your
Gage Blurb
There is only one way if cure deaf NNi4r '
objections.The News refers to his recent report as heart.EDWARDS .
Maotholon Atkinson, of Fellowship, ness, and that is by constitutional secretary was instructed to notify

ttrt tNton to Ocala Monday. remedies. Deafness is caused by an Mr. Farmer that the payment of "comprehensive and intelligent. BROS.Stalls
his claim is refused. The free service amounts to $I1,- .
from inflamed condition of the mucous lining 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla.
Mr. Bridge LM just returned The resignation of Mr. D. L. Grant.
266"58, and the net profits of the plant m I IUti Ir5
Atlanta,where be has been to see his of the Eustachian Tube. When ham, supervisor of the Fort McCoy
school, was received and the patronsare under his direction amounts to 5c 5 c5a55 5'r5 5r5r5e5e 5N5'en ,u NS i
this tube is inflamed ha rumbling
hula born to him week you re a -
ton ago.
hereby notified to recommend a $6,057.86. Ocala's ex-mayor is a
B(ttji it U a fine little fellow. sound or imperfect hearing, and suitable person to fill the unexpiredterm. huHiler.

when it is entirely closed, Deafness is .
BJI'OD'flt, who has been spend. The election returns of the Ocala
the result, and unless the inflamma- Mr. Verger's Lecture.
the weeK in Ocala the special tax school district were canvassed FURNITUREOF
Inl JUt guest
tion can be taken,out and this tube restored Owing other and previously arranged -
and the de-
following result
ft his friend, Osco Zewadski, return to its normal condition, hearing -
clared: That R. A. Burford, J. M. attractions not a very large
ed to his home Jacksonville Saturla will be destroyed forever nine
at ; Barco and B. A. Weathers having received number attended the lecture of Mr.
day. cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh a majority of the votes cast, EVERY DESCRIPTION
Yerger at the house last Friday
which is nothing but an inflamed con were declared elected trustees to opera

renewing his subscription to this dition of the mucous surfaces.We serve for the two ensuing years. night I I

payer Mr. R. W. Bently of Jersey will give One Hundred Dollarsfor That a majority of the votes cast hose who did attend, however, 1

ply N. J. It case of Deafness (caused by having been for a three mill levy, it
pale a very high com any were very greatly pleased.The .
was further declared that three mills
pUmeDt and say it is a favorite news- catarrh) that cannot be cured by shall be assessed and collected on all lecturer entertained them for Get Our Prices OnWhitmore's
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circus
Ppa. real and personal property within the hour.
lars; free.F. said special tax school district -
,' If the Time.Union should happen J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. A request from the trustees of Fort Shade Hanger
You can't be a good salesman and
to IN thoM hand sketches of Mr. Sold by Druggists, 75c. King school asking that arrangementsbe 'j

Ytrjert lecture i-y Dr. Lindsay, it Hall's Family Pills are the best. made to bring their school in to be a liar. Customers! like to hear the White Mountain Freezer rArctic f
Ocala, was read. A similar requestwas truth.
will want to add him to its staff of brought before the board to car-

rartooD lilt&. An Ocala Baby Wins a Prize. ry the Andalusia school to Citra. The Welles is elected mayor of Pensa- Freezer .

In the Jacksonville Sunday TimpsI secretary was instructed to see the of 5.
cola by a majority
Mr. T. E. Pasteur, our popular I Union there appeared the picture of trustees of Ocala and Citra and with North Star Refrigerator t I

WJBty treasurer, left Friday for their consent for the two schools
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little Marion son
mentioned above to brought to Ocala
OUna Springs s. C. where he will LOOK OUTFOR '
and Mrs. G. Wake Wells, of this city. and Citra respectively, that he could Chandler Pat. Ice Cracker. 1

rsaain> for some weeks for the benefit This beautiful little boy has been declared proceed to ascertain what arrangements -
of hla health. can be made to convey childrenof MALARIA.
the winner of the second prize said schools.It We Can Save You Mon 'y. 1

C. E. Connor, of Qadsden, Ala., in the "Pretty Child's Contest," was ordered that the special An epidemic of Malaria is sure to follow 1

after few the school board meeting which is usually the wet season and the high waters
day's visit In Ocala, left which is being conducted by
held the middle of June for the pur- which have prevailed all over the
fcUrday for Gainesville, to visit his I I Times-Union. pose of making estimates of the expenses South. Malarial and kindred fevers !

t tlO daughters, who live with Mrs. I In this contest pictures are sent in of the schools for the ensuingterm will develops to an alarming extent.

AB>U Often Parker. of pretty children from all over the and fixing salaries of teachers, General health conditions will be bad;
making appropriations, etc., be dispensed 1TTMAN&s
ldt Brown who recently moved state and a set of competent judges with and this work done at the every precaution should be taken. i

but from Clla! has purchased thefcOroTe decile: on the prettiest and award the regular meeting in July.Treasurer's The System Must Especially Be Fortified !

report was examinedand to Resist Malarial Attaeka.
house on Third street, where prizes. approved as follows
1.and his family will reside perma- In awarding this lovely little boy Balance from last report, $23.30; re- A trial of fifty years has demonstrated A. E. DEL UEST

b t11.-Jat'keonville Metropolis. one of the prizes the committee have cehed from A. C. L. R. R., taxes of that for this emergency, Dr. Hart ,

certainly proven themselves excellent 1902, $1543.33; S. F. & W. R. R., taxesof r's Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron is

Hn W. Willliams, of Branford, 1902 $1108.52; St. Johns & Lake the fighting element in the blood, and

\lifter a short visit to her daugh- judges of beauty and we congratulateMr. Eustis R. R., taxes of 1902, $26.03; S. the kind of iron supplied by Dr. liar- HARDWARE.Sash

** and Mrs. Wella in the possession A. L. R. R., taxes of 1902, $1830.99; ter's Iron Tonic is just the kind the .

at 8t Augustine, returned to of such! a beautiful little boy.A G. & G. R. R., taxes of 1902, $123.35; system requires to successfully combat

to-3- Saturday afternoon and is International Ocean Telegraph Co., malarial conditions. Don't wait until
taxes of 1902, $61.08; comptroller, one and Farming:
shah 11
the guett of her daughters, Mrs. Splendid Remedy. you are attacked. Take it now and for- '
mill apportionment $2922.50: E. P.
; '" Tools.
8-8. Hill and Miss Mattie Williams Neuralgic pains, rheumatism lum- Thagard, levy of 1902, $790; E. P. tify yourself; it is an absolute safeguardand Doors, PP .

bago and sciatic pains yield to the Thagard, polls of 1902, $209. Total re- at the same time, it is the best

0 amberUln'i Stomach and Liver penetrating influence of Bal- ceipts, $8698.10. Disbursed during tonic and invigorant for the entire sys &fL Ready Mixed .$
T&b1tture Just what :May, $SO 2.22. Balance in On the other hand disturbs
you need when lards Snow Liniment. It penetrate* treasury tem. quinine t.ir' Paints Etc. V

JIlt hay. appetite, feel dull after to the nerves and bone, and being absorbed $G55.SS.Treasurer's. the system and its cumulative

,$Is ItlZg and I wake up with a bad taste into the blood, its healing report for special ds- poison begets greater physical troubles

lour mouth. They will improve properties are conveyed to every part tricts was approved as follows: i than those it is employed to remedy.
Jour PPeUte cleanse Ocala, received $855.35 disbursed Where bad of chronic Malaria .
and invigorate wonderful a case
of the and effect some
Jour atotnach body : $450, balance $405.35; McIntosh, received -
and give you a relish Moore already exists, take DR. HARTER'SFEYER
cures. Mr. D. F. agent
$118.04, disbursed $60 balance
*jour food. For sale and AGUE SPECIFIC. It i iI Is
by Anti-Mo- Milan
Illinois Central (Railway $58.04; Belleview, received $180.84,
poly Drug Store. to Price 50 cents. flOiIEliOIAoGA1rEBranchof I
m Tenn., states: "I have.used Ballard's disbursed $95, balance $85.84; Fant- I guaranteed cure.
Poaga4Beautlfulrrinterhome Snow Liniment for rheumatism,back. ville, received $33.41 disbursed 0, bal- BUT IF YOU WILL 1

VltorJ ache, etc., in my family. It is a ance $03.41: ; Dunnellon, received Take *.
house H H&RJER'S
|biLk, hot aud cold water splendid remedy. We could not do $148.18. disbursed $62.84. balance
J ,fifty five acres hammock land $S5.34 Reddick, received disbursed
; $75.46 Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
,4P without it." S5c, oOe and $1.00 at the IRON TONICYou
btarlng trees. Situated on Or.1'Lake. $74.60, balance 86c.; Pine Lev-

Address. C. C.AXLINE, Anti Monopoly Drug Store. m el, received $50.01 disbursed 0, balance Won't Have Malaria. Price $1. : CAPITAL S50.000

sad Orove, Fla. 4 $50.01; Mayville, received : ,
All dealers handle send to DR.
The Posts Win Their Case. or
$13.37; Weirsdale, received $119.99,
If you have a tract clear unin0 Mr. 0. T. Green, of this city, who disbursed balance $79.99; Citra, HARTER MEDICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio. -
***Florida received $190.98 disbursed Accounts of Firms Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
land with a value of is leading counsel for the Posts, re- $125, fF' Houston,Tex,Aug.2,190L all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Attention to
:rJW: to exchange for clear unim- $65.98; Griner Farm, received have used Dr.Barter's Prompt
northern town ceived a telegram Monday from $124.92: ; Buck Pond, received $133.81; 1"I I I Tonic myself and In my Exchange Bought and Sold.
property, your ,and
stated that Sparr received $70,44, disbursed twenty-five years
hSr01pbyiical description in first Jacks:>Dville, which Judge $25, can heartily recommend it. I regard; Itas
balance $45.44; Candler received particularly valuable ward oU malarial TIME DEPOSITS g
:: "111 receive immediate atten- Locke had rendered his decision and and other fever INTEREST PAID ON
$75.41, disbursed $60 balance $15.41
; J.H.HAT!!,
I 'JJP.. 0. Box W, 300, Franklin held indictments in the Post cases Fellowship, received $16.74, disbursed Land and Emicratlon Art'rl6CO Line.

1D't, Lee Co., Ill. 653t up to this time to be bad. $10, balance $6.74; Electra, received ($*,Me-r-**!-.bnat .da -aJ II grwlal AAAA


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ruNt BASSIS, Editor. is said on good authority in fact the best : OF : 4.
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F. 7. Lemsgool, :Business aiger. that Governor Jennings wilt not appoint a man Jim Dumps' young wife wbi!. jtl
to fill the unexpired term of E.P. Thagard. : BEAUTIFUL BOUQUETS. : : FROM THE STATE PRESS. J I Imc bride
He will ask the County Democratic Executive .
h Committee to call a primary to decide the matter ..............*........... .....................44.4. LJIr---- Some biscuits made with greatest prM.
and should the committee refuse to call a -.1 Jim looked with fear npot the fsW.
ITI'ITI'iati primary for such purpose then, in that event. Editor Frank Harris who, in his FRANK ADAM'S BCRDEX. ) But to a bride one cut be rll4..

his excellency will see about the matter. It is capacity an editorial writer, has The Lake City Reporter is: making I zL "Let', eat Force first, dear, 'tat mj
said that the governor may decline in any VI "
event to appoint either of the present candi- been educating the people of Floridafor life a burden for Frank Adbms. IW whim, .

dates.-ocala Star. half a century, has been namedas Tampa Tribune. .ir- It saved the life of"Sunny Jim. '

We don't know where the Star gets a candidate for state superidten, 4444

& its authority, but as it is "the best," den of schools.-St.Augustine Record. LIKE LIKES LIKE.
ri ri-' The Palmer and Buckner forces are
[1 we presume it is from headquarters! 4444
: with Cleveland in dead
: and if it is true, the governor should Some one has made the discovery coquetting
i MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING earnest. "Like likes like know "Force"when j
you ,
TUOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO take down his sign as a democratic that Frank Harris would make a j jj

: r TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS governor and have himself addressedas capable state school superintendent.Looks Apalacbicola Times.
Czar Jennings. In ignoring the like they are determined to

AU f AND ITS FlOUT WILL BE MADE FOR action of the county executive committee have the Ocala editor run for some The legislature will snuff' itself out in doubt, .
lJ; i BOTTOM.- --- Governor Jennings sets: aside office Palatka Herald. Friday, and very few except the eat it I-

all party law and precedent and takes 4444 boarding house keepers in Tallahassee

I FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1903. the matter entirely into his own The Tampa Tribune mentions a will be sorry.Pensacola Journal. j

band It is clearly without his province rumor to the effect that Frank Harris, ....

p i Japan is really spoiling for a fight i and only presumption on his of Ocala, will be candidate for state JEFF ALL RIO lIT. All "Sunny Jims" Vow. A f i

with Russia. ; part to ask the committee to call a superintendent of public instruction. Grogs insinuations will never tear "In our household 'Force'U u fa !
miliar and welcome u 'Sunny Jim todthat's I
Mr Frank would make a much better down Jet the
Browne from
when have high
a primary they already Baying a good deal!, for 'II are all I
J JI'r Hon. Frank Clark is a pronounced
hiv acted in the premises. The primarywas superintendent than governor, and esteem in which he is held l IIY the Bunny Jims' now."R. L STOBS."
candidate for in the second
congress never intended to be used in such bis many friends would be glad of the masses. Jeff has his faults, hut he is i I
C II cases, and there is no provision in the opportunity to vote for him for that not so bad as some would like us to

If want to succeed on the farm
you office.-Pensacola Press.
I act by which the governor can ask it believe.-Palatka Herald.
aim high and pull the trigger before 4444FRANK W-I II
.r t 4444SOMETHING
or the committee can call an electionto
IEd you get wobbly. HAKK1S. DOING.If .
i fill out an unexpired term of an .
\ It is now sincerely hoped by a large the Hon. Frank Clark does taketo - '------ =
+- The Lake City Reporter in the very office. months. 1 be senatorial race appeared .
number of the friends of education in the there'll
stuuip, surely be some-
1)uJot blackest language it can use is calling Section 1 of Chap. 5014, Laws of to be the all absorbing topic, and
the state that Hon. Frank Harris of thing doing in Florida during tbe if FORMES INSTITUTE
a tlpadea 8pane. Florida, says! : one can judge by the general ex*
Ocala will at the proper| time permitthe campaign which is now about to burst COLUMN.
"That whenever the state executive or standing i pressiou, this: far in advance of the
JoWl I When politicians throw qualification committee of any political party in this I use of his name as a candidate for over the heads of the defenseless l primary, John N. C. Stockton willarrav

J' and fitness to the winds: what state shall decide to take by primary election
\Kl the office of state superintendent of people.-Times-Union. that section Hon. A. P. l.tkla, Ettr
of the Sfstf'-Ll\"e
the sense of the members of said party as
5 can the people expect of them? instruction.All ....
public -
tvw to the proper persons to be made delegates to Oak Democrat.
any convention to be held for the purpose of his life Mr. Harris has been a NESS. In accepting the pn.tti..u ..-....,.,..
Washington ia said to have gone that party or to take the sense of the membersof .... .
said party as to their choice for United States zealous advocate of progress along Citizens wanted warrants for the me by the Farmer' lo.tllule.. ...
Circus crazy. That u only one of its JEn."s"IiDJATJO *.
senator or as to the proper person or persons to educational lines And his work in proprietors Sunday bath houses in tor of our column in the (\-&u $...
mild afflictions in the absence of con- be presented on behalf of that party to the It will be very gratifying to the I
voters of the state congressional district or this direction baa been marked by Pens col but the J. P. refused to ner to be devoted to tbe talr.*t ut Ike
gress. _ friends of Hon. J. B. Browne of Key
county as the case may be,at any election to be the results successful endeavor. issue them on the ground that Pensa- agricultural dm 0( our roumj, I
It takes 2OOO, of Columbian moneyto held in the several counties under the laws ot West, chairman of the State Railroad
From a party standpoint the demo- colians should wash once a week.- do HO knowing protifttily that
\\: this state,at least thirty f Jt>l day's notice shallbe mf
buy SI in New York exchange. Commission, to know' that after all
given etc.Section cracy of Florida owes much to this Apalachicola Times. opinions will sot btroiotiu wttatborie
(3j4fr The U. S. is a pretty good country the hue and cry raised by bis political
13, same act says: man and the time seems ripe for the 4444 u ho..e idea is to be r4t...
: after all. That the executive or standing committee WILL CONSOLIDATE ON LIDDO enemies in regard to accepting a fee ;
payment of the obligations.-Gainesville Some think that tb* I'Miii* .. .i
when they are petitioned by a majority of The Starke Telegraph intimates as an attorney in the sale of a lot for
The adjournment of the legislature the qualified electors of the same party the committee Sun. baseduponiniflsr Dfti4I M ..... tIthe
belongs to,shall call and cause to be helda ---- -- that all of the various boomlets for an armory in Key West to the state,
Alliance .
dots not bring regrets from any ource. NO TEARS-NO FLOWERS. whtoh wu iu mj ..
primary election as provided for in this act goveruoiship have iuto that he did
fU gOUt retirement uo wrong, and this fact
Even the members seems to be gladto ion, a moveiueut tbat .uoti, jf turned
There is: absolutely no provision and that "the .
except one, was arrived at after thorough investigation
,. have done with it. Tampa Tribune. to full fruittea, .... of n.t.
made for the holding of a primary. There will be but few tears shed for political forces opposed to Congressman made by the Attorney General -: benefit tint rluntirf [* >t>k who.

J The estate of the late Richard except to elect delegates to a convention K. W. Davis" will consolidate
and legislative committee. Both i
the when it
pret-eut legislature disap- ..
fate hu .1I..y. tp.u 1". Lar thedensof ....
VI Stoddard is valued at express the party choice for Hon. B. S. Lid of Jackson.- declare
I Henry only pears into the cold and clammy tombof upon on that no law in the tranaction the whole wand Thai M

t' i $ ,000. The man whose mind rims to United States Senator and to select public oblivion at noon today.It Pensacola Press. had been violated, and that Mr.Browne's least lf the uA{*.iti<*. flat *sfniticent
candidates to be voted for at a general ....
letters rarely runs to dollars.It action was right and
\ has pretended more and done less proper.
election. JUST A LITTLE COLOR BLIND. << oigauUttUa WM deoai4 4

thin any body which has ever drawna The Savannah Press -Metropolis. ltsIntaneyeeie; sajr byleaderi t"U I"'"
is noticeable that applicants for Governor Jennings has it in his says that Florida
per diem from the state treasury.It mobs -,other give ooe ra..t,. SMHatothvr
public office are always very strenuous power to refuse to appoint either of must believe in the elevation

has contained fewer able men ENTITLED TO EVERY PENNY. but the 'Crt'.t saw trfwbone ....
in their efforts to get a place and the caLdidates before the last meet. of the races, as "they bang whites

once they get it tht-y are equally lug of the executive committee but and more incompetents than any of and blacks on the same! limb." Not The "Wailes Claim," seems to be a 'interest It wa t. oppu d**J4

It predecessors.It : mightily mixed up affair. The bill It was ""i-jlitki. awl IbIs Itasi ..
at all little color blind in
strenuous in their efforts to get the should he do so, he would not only ; only a .
salary increased.It has made it possible for the worldto moments!! of mental preoccupation.- which passed the senate appropriated deluded a great "1'"III .Uai .,."...
ignore all democratic precedence, hut
say: "The state of Florida! does not Jacksonville 'fiUJt"tI.Union. something more than J77OOU-about to 1 lenrn lb.>ni to brttere tfc.i ..
would show an utter disregard for the
enough to nauseate the soul ofa pay its debt" 4444 one half of what the gentleman lug riM worknl t(. .l.*in .-.t.* MpoUti"

Florida razorback to read the articles party in Marion county, whose dele A FRIEND OF THE PEOPLE.
It has shown utter for claimed-for the the
an disregard payment ot ; wl>H. IIlul Ifcymffbt 1M'*
written ten gation voted for him first, last and all Railroad ommissioner Burr is be-
men receiving
by the higher and better interests of claim, but when the house got the that .>bDavU-"(>(.f J4'b"Mfl.d

thousand, dollars a year on "How to the time at the last state convention.As Florida, and bus squandered the pub- ., ing prominently mentioned as a can- matter up a substitute appropriatingonly it to the droxHf"t |.*...,, ......."Ff

Save Money on a Salary of Three Hun- the Ocala Banner truthfully says, lie's time in senseless ragchewingover didate for governor. He has shown $25,000 was, passed. To this lion beau, _hUe tb.M Ibmrgkl Out

dredand Fifty Dollars a Yea r." "there is no division in this county inconsiderable trifles. by his official acts as commissionerthat writer it looks like that if the gentleman the day A. P. Hkia fr. 4 tb4 f-

over the question of collector hip." he is friend of the and ,
a people
Who will be the De Lesseps to diga Whenever it has had an opportunity is entitled to anything at all be pie'Party that ntrU.WMiUiMi set Mi
There was before the meeting of the
if he enters the will make it
canal between Silver Spring and to do something of incalculable! race should receive every cent which his and there w*. M bis>c .left I f"
committee a difference of indivi ual
Blue Spring and thereby connect the good for the state and its people, it mighty interesting for candidate contract with the state called for, and this as a icMjit af UM .tovfiiuHP **
opinion as to the merits of different
Davis.-Live Oak Democrat.
waters of the Atlantic and the Mezic has been found wanting. the payment of less can but result In the |IWL Tbe Alttasvr a....xe tie ..*
candidates, but that difference was *G
sea? The task is an easy one. The It has served to it-troduce to the NOTA BACK NUMBER placing a stigma upon tbestate whichit take. The F.ffMM* I."tit .tall .. .liI ia
settled when the majority voted for
distance is only twenty five miles. )[r. Carney and the solid democracy state a coterie of pin-feathered would- Speaking of \\'ilk Call being a back will be hard to ')\"ercme.-adl. prtl.bility i*. UM .*>...

be "reformers" who entered the capital number, that is a mistake., No man son New Enterprise Tb AllUiM loMlt 4Ml esra...

His: majesty, the Czar of Russia, has of "Old Marion, speaking throughits with the firm belief that they can be called a back number who is 4444 the mer.a..t-. .,...,..... .......

acted for all the world like the Florida official representatives asked for were great men, and that they were slick enough to work J. P. Morgan to BJCQCET FOR TALIFERKO.( lie hlMuW .b... bes mtr "....4 as
legislature.:, He has expelled appointment. called upon to save the state from the extent $50,000.. and that is what While the state press is thriving to well 1M every utaef rb. .ta J Mfblock as

Richard Harding/ Davis from his Jacksonville's Generosity.In Quixotic evils that have never existed ....
your "Uncle Wilk" has done.Madison mould public opinion as to the In aay IflM .. < the .

dominions because the unfortunate view of the fact that Jacksonvillehas save in their sopomoric imaginations.The :, New Enterprise. fectnes5 and imperfectness of political per- chant, ka.wi.. taU well UM Ida

( young man was a little too free with been the recipient of the generous few really able men of the body. 4444 aspirant we have yet to find a single fight for .......*.. is M iMfti ...... ..

his pen. _ _ bounty of so many cities of the i have been powerless to accomplish the AFTER HOB COMES CROMWELL. instance that comes in the bounds of average as that i fII UM' for..,.

I An exchange wants to know who country, don't these figures of Jack- things that were necessary to the up- Whether Jacksonville gets: the new reason that has been brought to bear Neither. Ito*e sy sto* ). "

I attend sonville's donation the sufferers of of the state. charter or not, the prestige of Speaker ..
will to Editor Harry McCreary'sgrave building and progress that Hon. Jas. P. Taliaferro is not the opinion's tfet ts4 .41asu, ...

1 yard if he should go to con- Gainesville, Ga., freeze you: They tried hard but were checkmated Gibbons will be increased by the fact papers .'IM... dI. II .Jf... ap U $5
right man to in the (
gress? With our telegraph, long distance H. & W. B. Drew Co .......... 2 00 by a blatant and thick-skulled that his bill will be the one that pass ted States Senate.represent Mr.us Tnliafrrro'nl-I I God iMfiFed' .-z ..pse ...... ....

telephone and "wireless" systems Cohen Bros.................... .:. 200J! majority. ed the hou e. After Robert W. >>.Tis Florida's business senator he has imwsltktotwobiadeeef t.wk .. Iwimas .. ....
he ought to be able to look afterit Robert W. Simms...... ..... 2 00 The action of the body on the serves one term as governor, look out with his earnestness to make an en- .... ...,. ...... _

from Washington. Smith & Richardson...... .... 200 Wailes claim and its non-action on for Cromwell Gi-bbons.-St. Augustine viable record down giew before, MM M .. ass tMWadvlw
gone deep in the
Benedict-Pollak Company. .. 2 00 the St. Louis appropriation are the Record. ( U.. turn* to ..M* t b p' A
4444IHD'A'T channel of research of
Thomas E. Watson the national legislation -
gifted states
Sic Ahrend........... .. ........... 2 (00)( tests by which its competency and intelligence STICK TO THEIR PLEDGES. and and kwf .* of pMiitlra, .btti ifyells \
man and historian has written his- brought forth pearls of
a A. O. Hartridge. ... .. .... ... 100 mu>t beguaged. '
Bofore the last election nearly every The |it ot we.k s4. week
of the "Life and Times great price.
tory of Thomas
J. Gumbinger...... .. .. .. .... 100 appropriation .
Jefferson." It will Needless to say, it shows up as an candidate. legislative honors spoke that Florida today enjoys I would .tjr in .... fern ** ..
: were
appear seriallyin R.J. Riles ............. .. .. .. 200 impotent nonentity.For ...
in advocacy of good roads. And yet either secured proved ninrtta ff a bd ... ,
the Atlanta Constitution and directly or aided
will Dick Oldham .. ........... ... 250/ its decease, there are no tear by ., *
be read with eager interest by the the legislature has in every way en- Mr. Taliaferro. /Since his first! Installation work llffcte $154 eat***.. >. *

A. RItzwoller. .. ................ 2 00 On its grave there are no flowers. deavored to discourage the promotersof wbe. tatiiMM* 4xp> ;u,,, i. 4idgoiatoHvttk .
admirers of the great man and the in office his chief and par

great paper. Fortunately the donations of the Let us pray that Florida will ne."erlook better highways. Strange Isn't it? ticular aim has been to footer our a a VIM ...'I "a:

following persons and firms give a upon its like again. Palatka Herald. greatest interests. That Indian war gt in UM ....... rtunrIUre .,..e ...... ;

Is it a fact that ex-Chief Justice little warmth and respectability to itsaartaiMli. uf ..'I..j.
Hon. Geo. W. Wilson.In 4444 claim that liy dormant for so I *
Ben Liddon will contest with Bob the gifts. ruauy b.4ti >.*.. ..i -1.-1. ttatb ,.....' ;
making a note of the appoint Foil JEFF.The years under an avalanche of puWte I
Davis for the governorship next year? Consolidated Grocery Co. .. 25 (00 attacks thai madeon at4. f
ment of the trustees for the University are being documents was brought to light by I! I tit Ibisk ..
We have seen such a statement in National Bank..... .. .. ... 2500 Chairman Browne of the r b. : I
of Florida we unintentionallyomitted railroad Mr.Taliaferro and hit colleague, and j! .ervaUv* ... la .HI liL5* .**
several of the state but have Mercantile Ex., Bank. .. .. 15 00
papers the name of Hon. George W. commission are vicious and dishonest, the matter promptly acted upon by I eo*W be triMUit Wbti I -.**' I**' f

seen nothing from Judge Liddon Geo. W. Wilson. .. ................ 1000 Wilson. For the past four years Mr. the aim being to cripple the com congress. Mr. Taliaferro U a pains I b*w antlilat to sat M111*' .' I Iur

about the matter.-Madison New Doty &Stowe Company.. ... 10 00 The otliw ..... Fwus& I I...umeoiite4 r
Wilson has been president of theI mission. mudslingers can take taking gentleman alive
fully to the .
.. i if
Enterprise. Ludden-Campbell-Smith Co. .. 5 00 tat ... saipr a.
I the board of trustees and one of its notice that Jeff Browne's every public people's interests, and to fall or ..
Stringfellow Bros. ... ... ..... 5 00 i stand neglect to it aed ........ ..*.*! I..
William Randolph Hearst looks ttost: zealous and active membersand act will unspotted in the white to return him Washington f oulyIut4p.ru.ftt.a'.4live ....

W.B. Dawsun.-... ........ 5 00
good to us. His record is good his the recent splendid donations light of truth. You can't kill a good would be an injustice to our comnnn a 1.*.# tUv* ............"ta.J .

motives J. I. Munoz... .... ... .. .. .. .. I 5 00 man with lies.-Bronson Times- with te.., .. U, .......... 4 ..
are above suspicion, he demonstrates to the college were largely through his interests. He is by no means a joli-
Baker & Holmes Co.. .. .. .. ... 1) 00 In"tit.te I *ftil aM lit sIrs4I I.- pat
a high order of efforts and influence. Democrat. tician in harness
ability who
by or a man U
C.W. Bartleson & Co.......... 500 out fa ** ?*" '.tf. *4 ft.J ti.... _U4thlaarwkatIMwwjI tftt"
great success in his chosen business Messrs. Frank Simonton and F. L. 4444 !able to control the wires of a political I. .' 11..

career, and his democratic simplicityand The muzzled Pennsylvania press Sringer, the new members, are SOUTH FLORIDA FOR STOCKTON. caucus or convention but when the I shall "...&by 0.. ,.. m, .." 4, f'-

genuine American instincts are can never cry out against the plunderers i young men, one a graduate of the Polities:! is a "hot member" down in whole people have a voice in the mat. what wt MM .*.as .... torn Ie

k.V beyond question.: 'If any democrat now. The editorial professionare college, and we believe the instltu South Florida. While in that section ter, the ballots in his favor will fall in our UirtaM, Md ...Usbtll wI'- ... 1

can be elected, he can.-Daytona Ga all in their coffins with the lids tion will. be strengthened by their a few days ago we heard more the box so fast that his election will iwt t.ftH.. .y *.. 7.. f
zette-News. might U dent .. .tw .**><.
screwed tightly down. appointment. politics than we have heard here in be sure.Lakeland Sun. work of ywu vas ... .......

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t f jm BJSASSTS HbB IS. Local Editor OCALfl ON THE FOURTH TURPENTINE MEN MEET. the Montezuma Changes Hands. Good Prices! Well Yes! I TIMES GO BY TURNS. t tI 1,

I Col.! V. J. for s
i Shpman, many years Mr. Ben Raysor, the "tiustlingest" j

I HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. A Rousing Program Being PreparedFor Ocala Sub-District Monthly Session- a popular hotel man in various partsof buyer of melons and cantaloupes in The lopped tree in time may grow (gain.Most .
naked plants renew both fruit lad
the Occasion. I Tank Question Discussed. Florida, has secured the lease of this section
I yesterday offered a farmer flower; j' ?
: continue with the above hotel from Booe & Mitchell, Thesomest wiaht may find release of paia.
TIlt cantaloupe men Ocala has in the past had many (big I The sub-district turpentine association several miles north of the cityC50.00 The driest soul suck in some moikttoing .

p. celebrations of various descriptions, met in Ocala in the rooms of the I and promises the traveling public ? for a car load of cantaloupes, shower:
l\ : I that he will run it ou -to-dateplans Times go by turns and changes change by
jlr.John B. Floyd Irvine, Is in but the big time sht expects to give Commercial Club yesterday morning up but he was promptly refused, that
1 and make it of the best course
one a
the city. guests on the Fourth of July will lay atll o'dwK. price being entirely too low accordingto From foul to fair, from better hap to worse, !

them all in the shade. Those present were Col. F. Lang, day houses in Florida. Colonel Ship- the grower's way of looking at it. The sea of fortune doth not ever flow: 1

j )fr.! Arthur Hardaker was in from The program committee is hard at president; Mr. Rowe, secretary;iI man is well known all over Florida, Mr. Raysor offered the same gentleman She draws her favors to the lowest ebb; t
Her tides have equal times to come and go; j
yesterday. having at one time been gubernatorial
tAOD work on new and original features Messrs. R. L. Barnes, J. B. Martin, a $5400,000 far ten car loads to be Her loom doth weave the fine and coarsest 1 1

)iba Jteale E ills, of Gainesville, is which will be introduced on the Na- I J. M. Bell, Walter Ray, D. A. nominee on the republicanticket. delivered next week, which otter was web; j,
He has been connected with No joy so great but runneth to an end. ,
PlLlDI friends in the city. tion's Birthday in Ocala! for the first Clark, E. P. Tbagard L. Home J. D. likewise turned down. Cantaloupe No hap so hard but may in fine amend I
the hotel business since the freezeof
time. Pope, R. P. Hall, T. C. Hall! and growers in Florida this season are 3
Mr. H.L. Hutcbinson, of Gaines. 1S95, having lost:: his all in that Not always full of leaf nor ever spring. i
The chairman of the "committeeon E. L. Hall. certainly in clover and the "get rlthquick" Nor endless night;yet not eternal day: t

,file, was In Ocala yesterday. calamitous season. Among the hotels schemed The saddest birds a season find to sing.
a good time for everybody" asks The tank question was discussed, are not in it when it I
roughest storm a calm may soon allay. ]
he has made a creditable record in
Mr.and Mrs. D. A. Clark and baby the Ocala Banner to notify all its but it is not yet decided whether it is comes to making good interest on the Thus, with succeeding turns, Cod tempereth ,
managing the DeSoto at Tampa hll,
Ocala readers in store in tanks at the stillsor money invested i
af Mattel, here In YfsterdliY.BOD. a radius of one hundred cheaper to That
men may hope to ru.e.yet fear to faIL
the Pablo and the Ocean View, at
miles from Ocala to Savannah and Jacksonville
that it will be ship
worth Hon. C. M. Brown, who succeeds A chance may win that by mischance i* tart 1
O. T. Green returned yesterday Pablo, the Travelers' at Jacksonville.
their time ana money to speed the and store there. That net that holds no great takes litUe Sib; ;: dIn
Hon. Frank Adams
from a professional trip to Jack- Under his able management we have all! member of the some things all. in all things aoue arccross'd J
Fourth in this ciry. The password in The member were all in good board of trustees of East Florida i
no hesitancy in predicting that the ;
.endUe. the surrounding country, will be humor and wearing very broad smiles.It i I Seminary, is one of the best men in Few all they need,but none have all they wish
Montezuma will be at the head of the.
Mr*. Hannah Bell left yesterday "Run, run, everybody and the- was not necessary! to examine the I t'nmingledjoys here to no man be fall t ,
list of first class hotels of Florida. Florida. He has many friends in Who least,bath some.'11'1.0: most, never alt.ROBEBT ,
for Virginia to spend tbe summer stock market to ascertain that the I' 1
Alachuaeounty, a number of whom SotTB..U
The house has
grown very popular i
vllhrtlatlvts.Mr price of spirits are to a respectable -
up very
served with him in the Confederate j 4I's
I figure. under the former management and Uncle Silas and the Watermelon.

*. Lang and daughter, Miss Kate Ocala will regret to lose them as citi\ army, and his connection with the ofl'n ai'd mi sef de question
in will afford him An' I'd sartinly like to kno',
were shopping Seminary an -
Laoc, of Dexter A Medical Scholarship. zens. We understand:: that both Ars.? opportunity Does day hab watah-milliuns in heaven _

Ocala yesterday.On At a recent meeting of the Southern Boot and Mr. Mitchell will shortly to renew acquaintance with Er what de good folks go?

I I his old comrades.-Gainesville Sun. If dar's no millions up dar 1 1I
Medical College Association in make their homes elsewhere. ;
the first Indicative of kidney i iWanamaker's I perfurs stayiu' here below.
Kid. New Orleans, an organization composed I I rlllCut anal. f
troall, stop it by taking Foley'a The Gainesville Sun claims that
Big Crystal News.
of tbe and best medical
r BtjCare whiskey is distilled from a hollow i
the late A. T. Stewart could
--- colleges in the south resolution was I
a A Fine Watermelon.We .
tree between Orange Lake and Citra. I
: Little Misses Nannie and Margaret come back to New York, he would
adopted allowing each college to issuea You don't touch a button but give a are under obligation: to J. D. r
Biitoo are quite lick at their aunt, wonder at the things John Warm-
certain number of scholarships at
password and put down an McDufly, OcalaV energetic aud progressive
I tits. C. C.'fodd' maker is doing. Mr. Stewart thoughthe empty
take the hindmost reduced
for Ocala la rates.
goingto bottle anywhere! in the grass and colored farmer, for one of the
\ had the world when he
Dr. William Anderson went down spread herself in the art of making The medical college located at built the topped presto, change, you ,pick up one freshly finest watermelons we hue seen this

10 Port 10CIl. yesterday to spend a us have a good time on The Glorious Mobile has assigned six of these scholarships great department store on filled with stuff that is in violation !I season. It is of tbe lousier{ variety 1 1I

few days fioblug. Fourth of fuly." to Florida., The standing of Broadway between Ninth and Tenth of law to sell in eome counties and I: and weighs fully fifty pound }
streets; and indeed he had done so, at
I r
Hooray! this college is above criticism. These
1, not in others.
Brown Bradford that But Wtuauiaker has
Hon. C. to ------ period.
scholarships will be awarded to the

count today to measure strength Pleasant Picnic Parties. six: first eligible applicants, who mustbe not only filled that store, and addedto Miss Samford, daughter of Governor Spring Humors ,

wim "Our nol," who "jes'Prof. Iliff"." Yesterday the picnic spirit wa in it, but he is now preparing to buildon Samford of Alabama, and her
[ the air. Two young men not less than eighteen Come to most people and cause many
different parties went the block below tbe old store, be- friend Miss Milton, two very charm-
years of age, sons of doctors, drug- troubles,-pimples, boils and other
W. H. Pike left Wednesday forBiitatrrrille out to Silver Springs, one party remaining the
tween and Ninth a' ladies are visiting
Eight street, jog young ,
gists or ministers and really in need I| eruptions, besides loaa of appetite,
and I'anasoffkee on I'toftMlon&1 all day and returning by of financial aid. fourteen story palace of merchandise family of It H. Sanders. They arrived -I: that tired feeling, fits of biliousness,

business. moonlight. In this crowd were Mrs. For further information parties interested that is to com $3,100,000. When this here on Monday afternoon and I indigestion and headache.The .
8. T. Sistruuk, Misses Gertrude structure has been completed Mr. were accompanied from Ocala by sooner one gets rid of them the
Mr. Ld Clements spent Thursday can confer with Dr. C. C. i
thebunts Pereda, Eloyse Izlar, Mattie Williams, Wanamaker will occupy two whole Mr... Blake and Mrs. Martin Wei; better, and the way to get rid of them
aDd Friday! in Ocala during Christian, of this city, or can write I
Louella Gary E. T. Helvenston H. and to build up the system that bit t
what with
'onventlon.Duno.tUoa blocks on is now called lower wish them a pleasant sojourn us.
( Teachers direct to Dr. H. A. Moody, corresponding
D. Izlar, H.: T. Sistruok and several Broadway with what will be, with -Dunnellon Advocate. !;i suffered from them ii to takeflood's
Advocate. Medical of
secretary, College I.
other out doubt the greatest shopping establishment Sarsaparilla
Alabama at Florence, Alabaui. When the press of the state quits
Muter Ed Hampton and Miss The other party drove out soon after in the world.
and and Pills
making statesmen and officials I\
Katharine Hampton, of Gainesville, dinner and spent the entire afternoon Dance Wednesday Night. \
Warning.If dancing every time the political Forming la combination the Spring
are kiting their aunt, Mrs. G. C. most! delightfully at tbe Springs. 'Ibis Tbe young folks gave dance Wednesday -
you have kidney or bladder string is pulled, the newspaper willbegin Medicine par excellence,of unequalled f
Crom on Ft. King avenue. party was composed of tbe followibg complimentary to Miss Eddie I
I trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney to receive some consideration.i, strength in purifying the blood M
ladies: Pins M. C. Looney and her Sparkman, of Jacksonville. Quite a
Met Eloise Miller will give a straw i Cureyou will have onley yourself to They have made themselve cheap by shown by unequalled, radical and permanent
sister, Miss Maude Nelson, of Jacksonville number were present and the even. cures of
rid to Silver Springs tonight for her blame for result, as it il4 i positively making organs of themselves.
Mesdames L. R. Chazal, ing was an enjoyable one. I Scrofula Silt Rheum
pM, Kin Eddie gparkman, of Jack. cures all forma kidney and bladder
William Anderson, Jean Austin, Fruit punch was served and was Mr<. F. R. Gary will entertain the Scald Head Bolts, Pimple
r KDfllle. This affair will.be most de- diseases. Post Office Drug &iore. :u
k Bessie McConnell, Pearl Mason and most refreshing. The music for the -------- Daughters of the Confederacy Friday :( All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis

1fcbtfuL Miss Lilla Brumby. dancing was furnished by )[r. Leon We All Have Her-the Mild Eyed afternoon at 4 o'clock.FOLEYSKIDIdEYCUREc. I I Blood Poisoning Rheumatism
Mrt. Col S. Barco and children I Catarrh Dyspepsia' Etc
Both parties report a most delightful Fishel. Juno.
Accept no substitute: but be mr toget '
vtnt to Silver I
op ttyriugs ou Monday time. Miss parkman is the guest of Miss The old cow continues to roam the Hood's, and get it today

:. last,to spend several days at that Startling Evidence Eloise Miller and has made many streets, and with ber long horns open Makes Kidneys

pleasant summer resort.-Crystal Fresh testimony in great quantity is friends her She will be in Ocala wide tile gates and proceed to ramble -
Ricer Advocate.
constantly corning in, declaring Dr. several days longer. among snrubbery, dealing destruction ....................S.S...

1Ira. R. A. Green, after a bhort King's New Discovery for Consumption Illness of Mr. Dukes. to the beauties of the yard. When ............ .

Mt In Oeala with and Colds to be unequaled. will she be caged? The gentle echoas .
her Mrs. Coughs
daughter, Mr. P. B. Dukes, an old time citizenof ........

T.B.&Id..r, left yesterday for Mon- A recent expression from T. J. Ocala, has been seriously ill for it comes on the balmy air says' : Oh, .1i. .

McFarlan, Bentonville, Va., serves as when'!Lakeland Sun.
zui&aGa. .
, to spend the summer S
example. "I had Bronchitis for three some time, and Wednesday Drs. Van .

with her daughter, Mrs. Sandford years and doctored all tbe time with Hood, Walter Hood and W. H. Powers Big Land Deal. Ift S i
: Making
Bi *1. I out being benifited. Then I began performed an operation upon him G. W. Saxon: president of the Cap.

I m. JMlie Stevens leans next taking Dr. King's New Discovery anda which it is hoped will be entirely suc- ital City Bank, of Tallahassee, last IPy t

trot for High Springs to visit herbrotber few bottles wholly cured all me." cessful. At last accounts the unfortu- week received checks in full for the \ : j
Equally effective in curing Lung :

Henry Stevens for a few days and Throat troubles, Consumption, nate gentleman was resting easy, and purchase ot 32,000 acres of timber ,

otter which she will go to Knoxville Pneumonia, and Grip. Guaranteed while he is desperately sick he has! lands in Levy county. The tale was r

toUkeawRmw at the Chautauqua. by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and every chance of recovery. made to western lumbermen, and the .

Later In the summer Miss Stevens Tyding's &Co.. druggists. Trial bottles tract is a fine body of timber, which I

free, regular size 50c, and $1.00. m Base Ball This Afternoon: .
; *ill fo to Erie, Pennsylvania, to visit will be manufactured into lumber .
The "Juniors" and a picked nine One: drop of water does not make the ocean .
"rtlatbes. Civil War Historian. and naval stores. .

I. When yon write about civil war will play match game of ball this One grain of sand will not make a shore .
Mr.John N. Stockton, of Jack- Ocala is Nearer.
Onville events or persons be sure you are afternoon on the South Third street ;One feather does not make a bird .

: prominent candidate for right or that veteran warrior and diamond. The admission will be ten Alacbua county went dry last week

i 5 Bolted States senator, was in Ocala journalist, Sidney Herbert, of Lake cents. Come out and help the boys. by 309 majority. The vote was 377 for : One leap will not make a frog : '

f Jwttrfay giving the veil known Maitland, Fla., will call you down. The money will be used by the Juniors wet and 688 for dry. Gainesville gave .. IT IS ALL THE REST- .. '
"Stockton He is, beyond a doubt, the beat posted
friend hand shake" to his many writer on civil war subjects in the to purchase bats, balls::, etc' I 147 votes for selling liquor to 195 ..

*, He met a number of the south, and he will not allow erroneous Game called at 3:30 o'clock. I against. There will be many visitorsto .. ..

turpentine operators, who were in statements to go as facts.Metro- Jacksonville from Alachua county .ft'. 4..

taU attending the regular meeting polis. The Breakers Burned. during the summer.-Metropolis. .. S .1

01 the sutMllstrict association.It And yet in giving a list of the sur The Breakers fronting the Atlanticat ..
All Aboard for Irvine. .1i
vivors of the Confederate Congress he Palm Beach was totally destroyedby .
. may be Interesting to some who There is going to be the biggest .
fore left out Florida's sole survivor-a well fire on Tuesday. And so it is with most things in life and .
slipped in "just few words" of Irvine next Thurs
a kind of a time at
known Ocalian who is enjoying :Next to the Royal Poinciana, it was ftTHE
thj$ in a package of paper or merthandlle day. All the candidates for United especially is it true that one advertisement
the of tbe hotels. I
vigorous and robust health and whose largest Flagler

their mailed at the lower rates to locks are not even yet frosted. The loss is $700,000, insurance, $300- States Senate, governor, etc., are invited : will not make you a successful advertiser. I

friends that the abuse has bee to be present.It .
000. Lay out a line of publicity and put it inS .
w common that postmasters Oeala Renders Aid. will be the Fort Sumter of 1904.

**!. twa Instructed to examine suchugh In response to the appeal for aid for Notice.A .
School Announcement. .
and report if writing la the Gainesville, Ga., sufferers, which table cloth and some dishes sent Miss that ber
Sharpe announces
fOCI *to the department officials. Theneat appeared in this paper, Mr. J. H. 1
to the Confederate dinner that have school will reopen Monday, Oct. 5. I OCALA BANNER

I' the enders know will be a visit Livingston, jr., became active in the been uncalled for, can be found by

1''mthedeputy United States mar. matter and in a single day collected the owners at the store of Mr. Whetstone 1903.Departments as usual.. I v x X That Will Pay X X Nftftftftftftftft:
o with a warrant for arrest, and the and forwarded to the mayor ot on Fort King avenue.
For particulars add.re88'MiS8 AnnieM. .
ttna & of having to a flue of $25 Gainesville, $S0.25: and has other .
pay MRS. F. R GARY
I' I Sharpe, P. O. Box 552 Ocala, Fla. e .... .
a114 tU
cot of the action.hg4NEYDTAR. amounts'promlsed which will be for- Prest. Dickison Chap. U. D. C.

,." warded aa soon as collected. The xt visit to Ocala of Dr. E. T I :

Ocala will send not less than one FOLE1MIONEYAxDTARhrcztdr.: Allen the eye and ear surgeon will be i.NINIII

, ... OsNat. Pnnatatala hundred ..z aoar... Xi .$.,.. Thursday June 25,at the Montezuma. I N.N


dollars.'S '.

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1 Capt. J. B. Martin, of Electra, a -.'
1 prominent turpentine operator was a TORTURING

visitor to Ocala Saturday.
J Think right and you will live right.A .

- Mr. Fosnot was up from Lake Weir Mr. Ben Raysor, who has been con- big shortage in the grape crop is DlSFICURIN C

M Monday. fined to his room for some days with BALLOON ASCENSIONThe anticipated.

S. E. Rowe returned to Dunnellou blood poisoning iu his foot, is out DeLand -is-shipping-- peaches in -

Monday afternoon. again.The friends of Mr. R. L. Ivey, who large quantities. Skin Scalp and Blood

The deed for the Munden place wall The distance from Jacksonville to ,
has been quite ill for several weeks, I I
transferred to Mr. P. C. J.1vison- Greatest Attraction of Cape Sable is 450 miles.
are glad to know that he was abe to

Prospects are never flattering except I
N day.Mr. be out Monday.Miss I
W. C. Butler, one of our esteemed to the unprovident.

subscribers, was up from Lees- Myra McMillanvho has been Ocala's Great Celebration Aliehua -county- seems-- -to have gone i; Speedily Cored by Cuticerii

burg Monday. spending the past ten days in Ocala,
.;: "dry" by a decided majority.
The headquarterssad general offices the guest of her uncle, Col. L. P. --very- --- |i Soap, Ointment and PiNs

Miller, returned to her home at' The University of Florida commencement !I II I\
111 of the Camp Phosphate Co. are now --
ok Gainesville Saturday afternoon.Mr. I begins next Sunday.The i
nk located in Ocala. II I JULY 3 AND 4 | When the Best Physiciaas ad

proportion of Chinese to Indians -
valued subscriber -
n J. J. Nelson, a i
' Mrs. Itobert Taylor and little son, in the United States is as two to All
of the Ocala Banner, was a pleas- Fail.
Robert, left Monday for Atlanta to

1 1IrJ have the little boy's eyes treated. ant caller at this office Friday. He On the 3rd and 4th the Racket Company will send up six huge balloons in three.

1j s }everybody at the City of Oaks front of their store on south side of square at 10 a. m.. 3 and 8 p. 01. of both The happiest! home is often the one The agonizing itching and

Attached to each balloon will be check for }! that is closed for the bwritg
Clark returned Monday health days. a payable to bearer, up summer
Harvey (Belleview) is doing well-good of the akin, u ia eczema the frtfhtttf
which will be the of whoever finds the balloon. There
property also be
a months.
: from a month's visit to friends and good etc. scaling,as in pwria! ; the lout ot hair
light wooden box suspended from the balloon
containing a large cannon and
relatives in Paris and Palestine The output of the American fur- crafting! of the scalp M ia iiiilL4
cracker which will when the balloon has
explode been released for five
head the facial
We are in receipt of a personal let- ; ditHgumMnU, M it
inL I Texas. minutes. This wooden box will also contain ten tickets good for ten cents uses is more than double that of the pimple snit riog-orath wfiM.|.

ter from a prominent citizen of Anthony each in trade at the Racket Company's Great Bargain Emporium. I Britian. fering of infant, and anilrty ot sorer
r Miss Maude Nelson, of Jacksonville, I
, i !, in which he states that he and Don't fail to visit! Ocala on July 3rd and 4th, or you will miss this marvel I out parent,u In milk enut tetter 14
r arrived in Ocala Monday and is the The United States steel corporation I; nit rheum,-all deaund areowty tt
i his friends in that neighborhood are ous exhbiition. Free to all. almost uperhaman virtn4 to
guest of her sister, Mrs. M. C. has unfilled orders for 5,410,719 tons nmcii'
folly with tbnu. That f
M t I pleased with the editorial utterancesof cope utkvt

. Lo ney. of steel. _____ Soap, Ointment aDd Ftlt are Hcfc
4 this in reference to the executive -
I paper stands proven U>yooJ all duutt. S e
committee and the tax collec- GENERAL DICKISON'S WIDOW. The First Gun. It is claimed that Kansas will need statement Is made regarding torte tft.
Hon. G J. Strozer, member of the
Ji ; and also in regard to the There is to be a grand picnic on the :5,000 men and 4000 teams to harvest Is not justified by UM Kmntfit .**.
tor's office
deuce. The purity mj
i > legislature, has returned from Talla- ''Mtnit, ta*
west side of New River the coming grain crop. to afford Immediate
as at Long power r"iM." the
Stetson affair. Confederate Veterans and Daughters of the
hassee and was among the prominent i- certainty of and
0 Confederacy throughout the state will regret to Bridge, on Friday, June 12, and a In the second primary for mayor of the absolute teirtr prrtsateycure d
visitors to Ocala t
Tuesday. the receipt of a know that the late legislature" in all of its extravagant gr
'rot --- acknowledge expenditures and appropriations, tremendous big crowd is invited and Jacksonville Judge Geo. S. Nolan economy have made than th* .uu4iftf
from Mr. R. T. Crane entitled skin cures, blood 111'1 i LI6.IIuW
\i Master Guilford and littlelis..es refused to appropriate anything; for the benefit i expected. defeated J. E. T. Bowden. remedied of the c purinVrt ',r.j| !
i t "The of an Academic or of the aged and dependent widow of Col,J.J. -- --
.V. Una and Charlotte Taylor are the Among the distinguished Floridians Bathe tbe aflectnl pan s alt k
Dickinson. The house of representatives ad- During the last three years J millionaires
guests of Mrs. D. M. Siiiith duringthe Classical Education for Young Men imm&tered the cruel blow.Ietrcpolis. who have been invited and who are watf-r and Cuticura Snap, tortanv. a*
"n have died in England. Their surface of crusts and lralreast! his

d'4! absence of Mrs. Taylor in Atlanta.Mr. I who have to Earn Their Own Living Miss Octavia Waltou. afterwards expected to be present are Hon. R. W.Dd.vis the thickened cutuir. I>n ,,tti>'.

I and Expect to Pursue a Commercial average age was 75 years. hard rubbing,and apply and Hon.
A. G. Gates has begun the erec- of Madam () ta via Walton LeVert, one C. M. Brown, candidates The Canadian government has decided meet freely, to allay iU'hing, irra.gboe
Life. Any one can secure a copy for and inflammation tin (CM.the amt .
Lt governor; Hon. James E. '- ,
of small number of of Flor
tion of his house on Ocklawaha aven- same by applying to Crane & Com- a women to add oue-third to the tariff( and,lastly,take the luti"lira .....*..h.i M
i! ue. This makes the third house Mr. ida who became conspicuous iu the candidate for secretary of duties of all German goods. I11U, to cool and ctaiiitt the! MMA
I Chicago, Ill state Hons. J. This complete traetmrot. bone
pany ; M. Burrs, A. 0. elating
world of letters in
I England
, Gates has built in the first ward in the dollar, iSordt iutuat rrtkf.

11. last few months. We are rejoiced to know that Mr. 853 and on every hand observed Wright, W. A. Mac Williams, Jas. E. Notwithstanding Alachua county is mite rest and kp ia the ernsett late

Alexander, Frank Clark candidatesfor as dry as a Lone John Holt shot Bill forma of eczema and other tottef,
John Brass, of Gaiter, who has been monuments erected to Lord Nelson! burning aDd x-aly Lwaoars'4 UM<4t%,

El Hon. A. P, Baskin, of Anthony, J. ill for the past month, is now recuper- England's great naval hero. congress, and other distinguishedorators. : Williamson Monday at Newberry.The seal p and blowL,and point to*....,. ,

M. Bell, of Fellowship, D. M. Barco, Hon. Frank: Harris, the able permanent and rvoaomical rat wIN
I.' ating. Tim esteemed citizen is now In speaking of which this gifted Missouri Hoods 'ruined 4 000 all other reaw&M a4 IM tetf*

of Cotton Plant, D. A. Clark and Ocala editor, will also be invited to clans fall
& in his eighty-eighth year and retains woman made the following com cara of potatoes in the Kaw \"alleJ.X .

Walter Ray, of Leroy, were among his faculties ments be preo ent. thousand --- .
\ the full use of all of except Ine acres were.vept away. -- .

Tuesday's visitors to the The address of welcome will be delivered ---.-- pI
VV1 city. his eye sight which failed him a "Nelson: was an idol with the Eng- I
by that able and ena.1 I The necessity for special asylumsfor '
\v him lish people; constantly have we seen veteran I 'I
Hon. J. C. B. Koonce few months ago. This deprives : Remember
J Sumter- until statutes to his memory and memo tor from Bradford, Hon. J. B. Crews, those addicted to the use of cocaine ,
of much of his as "
Y yule, stopped over in Ocala on his rials of his valor the woman he ,
; yet and the response by Prof. Schell. At is being considered in British
Jl -
this picnic will also be fired the India. =- :: :::::: : -- -
contributed :o several newspapers breath of life hA his open-
son, who are the guests of Mrs. bequeathed to
for her ing guns of the great political campaign One hundred dollars': worth of but- E CAN sell UM
entreating protection ,
Koonce's and periodical country, YoU
i mother, Mrs. Frances W\
was left to sutler and to die in the of next year, and a great time ter bears off from the soil less of its I I'
Howse. and children ,nd ; small *t article or .
Mrs. R G.
--- greatest: poverty, and his child cast may be confidently predicted.- valuable elements than 5 cents worth i

t'i Miss Minnie C. ogler, a popular her guests, Miss Carrie Samford and forth to struggle with misery and Gainesville Sun. of hay. carload of anything pertaining

t't i young lady of Brooksville, who has Miss Lois Melton, of Opelika, Ala., wretchedness. Active benevolence to ,.1'1,
the being in whose veins flowed the Captain Beville Complimented. California produces more dollars' I i to Hardware. IfMPi'l
visited ia Ocala number of times and Mrs. George Martin and childrenwent
hero's blood would much more avail worth of oranges than of gold<< -oranges -
The conductors Nail Ifo ..
who >e Dyna-
passed through the city Monday after down to Dinnellon Monday recputly returned M ,
than these cold trophies to his glory.
over SlS.OOO.ftK and gold $!;,-
noon on her way to North Carolina I afternoon to visit Mrs. Martin and How well this criticism applies toFlorida.'s from their annual excursionto 000,000. !II j mite, Lime, Cement. 8tore+a

J for the summer. Mrs. Blake's brother, Mr. Robert Sanders Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Chicago, I
I treatment of her military
4 after which they St. Lous and other places, have The first car load of melons from :
for a few days, pre :1 t L v W
i3 with Tit X T1fat J eAa
Oeala, the Brick City, hero. While he waS yet struggling I TJ n
shortly to
" will visit Port Ingles. Miss Samford sented Captain A. ti. Ueville, the Florida reached Philadelphia on June
have another bank. This infirmity, age and poverty, a monument :I LOADS IX oUR
t enterprisewill and Miss Melton will then proceed to chairman of the excursion committee sixth. The car sold on the track for
t j be backed by Mr. Ford of that was erected to perpetuate the with I WAKEIlttb :K3
a beautiful cut glass
Brooksvilie to visit friends and relatives service. $400.
of his heroism. When he I
city and he memory
expects to get a large Captain Beville
fora short while before returningto was careful in lookIng The growing demand for phosphates
J amount of trade from this died Gen. Dickison was buried with J "
section of after the '
Ocala to complete their visit here. pleasure of his party, in this country will at some time
he state,-Gainesville Sun. -- expensive public honors and his aged and r
those who were on the special place our miners beyond the necessity BAIRD! H HARDWARE! [CO
Many lives are lost'each season, In widow is now left to battle with the .
T. J. Anderson colored train are grateful to him for the service of seeking markets abro&d.
man, who shallow as well as in deep water, world with all the train of miseries I Florida'
Chas been with the Ocala rendered. The excursion was Oain.:sville.

Foundry fol through drowning, even expert swim I hat belong to cheerless poverty. one of the most delightful A new steamer line on the Ockla- :I =-
some time, has left them and is ones the 1 I =
pre- mers being frequently attacked by I Indeed, republics, like empires, are conductors have waha, an electric line from Ocala and!
pared to do all sorts of T
mechanicalwork The methods which I F;'
"cramps. by ungrateful.Hot plenty of sunshine are.among Palatta's 4r
carpentering etc. and __.
wants -
animation may be restored (the old bright prospects.-Timeto.Union. !
hfrie ds to give him acll.Mr. Jennings Looks Like Bryan.
Weather Werkness.
supposition that there is water in the .
and Mrs. 1V. "I met the governor, \V. 8. Jenings, 'Finnicky}'inkum" writing In the _
W. Haynes, who lungs being no longer; held), is described If you feel fagged out, listless and
a cousin of W. J. Bryan and Williamsport (Pa.) Grit "I
have been enjoyeda says: onceknew
in Denver, Col., for the with illu,trations, in "Acci lacking in energy you are perhaps suffering -
from the talk with him. He believes in his a farmer who kept nine dogs, II
past have debilitating effects of
year now gone Montclair, dents," one of the series of medical
Col. Mrs. Haynes' summer weather. These symptoms cousin, as I do, but thinks be makes a but he didn't keep the farm very
many Ocala handbooks being issued by The Mutual -
Mends will be indicate that a tonic is needed that mistake in saying so much about long.A I
delighted to know that
Life Insurance Company! of New
her health is will create a healthy appetite, make Cleveland; that it has a tendency to number of our great railroad
very greatly improved.T York. It will be sent on request to digestion perfect, regulate the bowels I i
help Cleveland. He looks a good deal lines are installing the telephone to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder have any who address the home office of and impart natural activity to the < 1
liver. This Herbine will do it is a like Mr. Bryan, ia very popular andis supcrcede the telegraph lines, and It I
gone to Cincinnati, Ohio to the company, New York City.
spend Ionic,laxative and restoratiue. H. J. expected when his term is out to be is said they are proving very satis
some time with Mr.
Holder's brother. Hon. Raymond B. Bullock, mem- Freegard, proprietor Grand View ho- elected United States senator for the factory. <
'Later on they expect to abroad and tel Cheney Kan. writes "I have
go :
ber of the legislature for this county, picturesque state, where his lot is One of the features of the St. Louis
will spend some months in England, used Herbine for the last twelve years _
Scotland, Ireland ani Wailes. returned home Saturday. Mr. Bul- and nothing on earth can beat it. It east M. B. Wharton, D. D., in exposition will be a map of the United Oti uI

r lock says that the substitute bill to was recommended to me by Dr. N ew- Atlanta Journal. States covering five acres of
Mrs. Ed Carmichael
who intended pay Mr.tWailesf25,000 in full settlement ton, Newton, Kan."; 50c at Anti- Was Wasting Awaj. ground. The product of each state
r leaving last, I l=.. ..
Monday for Orlando to Monopoly Drug Store. m I < --. .
will be
as his commission in assistingin : The following letter from Robert R. displayed on the map. ,

join Mr. Carmichael, was detained on collecting the Indian war claims Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive: I I CHAS. E. BLUM I COMP1H51Tand

account of the illness of her nephew Prominent Citizen Whipped With a "I have been The students of the University of I
greatly troubled with
from the Unite: States passed both ;.mHa.v. -t,
at Anthony. Accompanied by her Strap. kidney disease for five years. I lost Florida have issued invitations to
i houses.! It is not believed that Col. Jacksonville, flu
liOn, Weller, she left Monday for There has been much excittementon flesh and never felt well and doctored their commencement ball, which will
Wailes will accept this sum and will with
leading and
physicians tried all
Orlando. ___ the south side of Lake Harris the take place Wednesday evening, June I
appeal to the next legislature for settlement remedies suggested without relief.I T. MURPHYMachine
Mr. James Reedy of Charleston past week on account of the Whipping 17, in the Gymnasium halL It will be j I
of the claim and the matter is finally tried Foley's Kidney Cure and
R. C., died there a few days ago. His of a prominent citizen of Bloom- less than two bottles completely curedme a very elegant affair and will be largely j
destined to become one of the main '
remains were taken to Baltimore by field by lawless men who seized him, and I am now bound and well." attended. andIron Iron Works.
issues in politics in the next cam-
his brother, )Ir. Thomas Reedy and paign. threw a bag over his head and carried Post Office Drug Srore. m Mrs. Belle Skinner, white, who was i;;

were laid to rest in the family lot him to the woods where they gave Up and Doing Is the Story. sentenced for life for the part she took I Urn* nii l Hrutu *****

I there. The deceased spent a number Worst of All Experiences. him fifty stripes with a strap. We Xo section of the south is develop. in the killing of an old colored woman j ingot Mnrliiue unit I'ullrr f

of weeks with his brother in this city Can anything be worse than to feel have been unable to learn the exact in than IB Titusville, last year, has been 11tup.: 'Iarl."udna''"
more rapidly Florida
that minute will be last ? no I .
t every your road ,
last winter, particulars, but one arrest has been removed from the Monroe Turpentine
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. section of the state more rapidly than
f;. made and others are expected to fol I Farm, south of Titusville to Ocala 610 to 617 E, Bay It Ju...*t#.
Miss ,
Elizabeth Venable, of Jacksonville Newsom, Decatur, Ala. "For three the portion west of the Chattahoochee, I

years" she writes, "I endured insufferable low. The victim does not know Into I owing to failing health.
after a brief visit in Ocala with and no county in that section more McIVER and I.4 ; 'EJIWII
pain from indigestion, stomach whose hands he fell, but thought he
Mr. Tax
and Mw. William on Babies.
Hocker, left i rapidly that Walton. While we have
and bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable the voice of
of the
recognized one
Tuesday afternoon for Drake' Point, when doctors and all reme. things going our way let's whoop it Extreme hot weather is a great tax

where she wiU be the guest of her dies failed. At length I was induced men.-Leesburg Commercial. up and keep it going.DeFuniakBreeze. upon the digestive power of babies; I

cousin, Mrs. Trusten P. Drake, until to try Electric Bitters and the result Driven to Desperation. when puny and feeble they should be

the 20th. Miss Venable was miraculous. I improved at once. given a few doses of Whit \
will .
Now I'm completly recovered" For Living atan out of the way place, This is the season when some farm- Cream FUNERALDIRECTOR'S

return to Jacksonville for a day or Liver' Kidney, Stomach and Bowel remote from civilization, a family is ers will place the best produce on the Vermifuge, the childrens' tonic. It

two after which she driven to desperation in case of accident will stimulate and
will to Boston facilitate
go .treaties Electric Bitters is the only top of the box or basket and give the
r for the resulting in Burns, Cuts, digestion of their food so that
summer. She will take a medicine. Only 5Oc. It's guaranteedby thanks that they -1- .
the law is for his
Wound etc. It protec-
,Ulcers is the beet
f flUy.
[ course at Harvard University during Anti-Monopoly Drug Store andTyding's on soon become strong, healthy and Hare ahnwaa! 0'Cat.Ga *.M. .** pre
earth; 15c, at Anti-Monopoly Drug tion when he purchases fertilizers active. 25c I ftf .t." dti d$3.s ea M&Il."'"
& Co. at the Anti
her absence. druggists. m -Monopoly UUBarUlEmbalming.rYtIIe.
Store and Tydings & Co. m American Fertilizer.
Drug Store. .
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mayor's office and Issued an appeal it'Ii

DESOLATION AND Hji to the public for $2,600.
, The resolution adopted recited that 1
, the committee "deema It superfluousto MALARIA "
make any extended statement as r j
to the condition existing now at 1
; DEATH HOLD SWAY. Gainesville, Ga., anJ It sincere! .P 1
ji trusts that cltizeni will heretofore ;
our ;: : as *.. x
respond promptly and liberally ,

I- At Information the committee as to the Is transportation without definite 01 An Invisible Enemy to Health. j

supplies, these contributions will bi
latest: Horrors of the Pacelot S. C. confined to cash for the present, and UL.
until more definite information Is obtainable t
Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infected -' .
as to the wants of the suffer c.
; Mill ers." with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands, i
i It was further decided that clothIng damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegetable a.i,, :.: ; 1 l

I be bought at once and sent te matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when ; .':-:
Gainesville. Ga., the purchase to be
r I. -- paid for when the contrubutions are they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system. ;_ ";

i received. The relief committee sent Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are 1 !

SCORES Of LIVES WERE LOST. by express nearly $2,000 worth of clothIng seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is y:;' 1
The 1 j
to Gainesville, Ga. clothing ] '
children. completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy maybe i
for men, women and Mayoi
}McLane John S. Wilson, James G following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of 1

,: Gorman. Eugene, Levering and Elanchari its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body,

Sceqes of Ruin and Desolation (Are most! With the committee Randall present were the at members the meting 01 sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an-always tired, drowsy and
depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned i' ?

out Parallel-Property Loss Will probably GOVERNMENT FOR MORO and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an ; j

I Bill Enacted Making Province Practically irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the I !'

each Over $,3.000,000. an Autonomous Colony. blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,

I ,:tl Manila, June .-The Philippine enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a \ '1 :

commission has enacted a bill providing tpallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, j
l pUW1wrc 3. C.. June 9.-Desola, for the government of the MoraL
iie damage to the Southern railway Governor Taft and Major General Davis and pustular and- ;I
Kv. :March 26th,
r LOCISVIUE, 1902.
be accurately estimated at this jointly drafted; It. The measure scabby skin '?
,r For several years I suffered with Chills and Fever, eruptions f
BrIJges are down In every di practically makes the Moro provincean of various '
caused by Malaria in system, and each summer for Z- .
\ : and tracks have been inundat autonomous colony of tie Philippines
i- I I in many localities. The reports of with the Philippine government several years I would relapse. FinalIymyphysicia.n prekinds, are common symptoms of malaria. j
scribed S. S. S. In all, I took three bottles, and theyentirely the health becomes
J condition! of the road are being controlling and creating an appointive Frequently so impaired,
[ sustained legislative: council! to provide local cured me, and have never been troubled since and such a lifeless condition ensues that the j jI
\ laws, the committee reserving the am sure no other medicine could have given me so -
loses interest in his surroundings and
DEATH LIST INCREASED. right to amend or annul them. The complete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person j
council is to be composed of a governor highly of S. S. S. My partner in business is now taking faith in all human remedies. Malaria, if i

I Account of the Floods In secretary, treasurer, engineer S. S. S. for an eruption of the skin and general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation 1

South Carolina. attorney and superintendent of the condition of his system, and though he has taken but for other diseases that very often prove 1
:-\. C, June 9.-Three schools. Governor Taft will appointthe
one bottle, already commences to feel better. fatal wreck the health.Malaria
idle men. women and chil officials. The bill will extend the or permanently
West Market St. L SIIAPOFF.
who had been employed in the jurisdiction: of the Philippine! courts 931 can only be worked out of \h e J

: mills and several thousand and constabulary to the province and system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and ]
,. persons who are also wIthout will recognize Moro laws, which dc
t have gathered around the not conflict! with American laws The neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine (

E cks of the three Clifton mills.! measure also directs the co-lification that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthy t.

.. hundred people wait for the of the tribal laws, creates Moro courts, matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial it
stores to be opened, many provides that the Philippine courts and the blood in such condition that of kind '
, these are already without necessi shall try cases between Moros and poison, keeps a vigorous poisonous no .
f They sound the note of distress Christians, gives the province its nel are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelleifrom the system. j

will be general today. customs and! forestry collections and During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy, i

superintendents and overseers au'-horires the council! to abolish slav for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impoverish ;
employed a small percentage of ery. The province Is divided intc
I operatives to assist; in building foot five districts, Sulu, Zamboanga, Lanao the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer 1

\ and wing other work neces- Co'abat.: and Davao. The bill provides needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic. :a

to precede the reconstruction of for a partial military govern A course of S. S. S. at this particular season will i
mill property. meLt and it is expected that Genera:
relieve of Malaria and its attendant evils reinforce
iIl X o. 1 is the least injured of the Leonard Wood will be the first governor you ,
plants. It will be w eks or of the Moro province. and build up the system, purify and strengthen the slug- : j

before it will be In operation. gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetite ;

plant U three stories high, with GEORGIA GIVEN $27,614.37. and digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly i
biggest building, the carding and '
: ;; room, close to the river's Share Appropriated by Congress for recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this t

: The upper edge of this struc State Militia. great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all
has been battered in for a dis Washington. June 10.-Georgia getln.liIt31 troubles and the delicate constitutions.
Malarial perfectly adapted to most f
of 50 feet. Below that for the $ as her share of the first portion
length of the mill water ran as of the $2,000,000 appropriation au If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will 1

as the second story ani seeming thorized by congress last year for use take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free. i
all the machinery was touched and by the various states and territories '
by the water.0.. 2 mill, with in the equipment and organization oi THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. f .

Atherton frame, is not: much more their militia. Secretary Root has provisionally
than the twisted machinery allotted: a portion of this appropriation fi
the plant at Converse. Several and has announced the
have been recovered this morn- shares of the various states. Ftort
Mrs. Maggie Rebbs was found da gets 3496.73; Alabama, $23.3W; To Cure a Cold in One Day

oa an island 3 miles below here. Mississippi! $19,117.64; Tennessee,
her were her two children, dead. 25490.20; Virginia $25,490; Texas, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A I'll on every
had been swept down on drift 31862.73; North Carolina. $23,366. and 4Wt/
Seven Million bans soM in 12 (!) /c box. 25c,
: One little boy, who was calf South Carolina, $19,117.64.The past months. Signature 3
away from Mill No. 2, floated secretary has advised the adjutant ,
) 12 miles down the river over the generals of the various states ol i.
r I the allotment which has been --.- aT
r; :at Pacelot and was drowned just placedto
he was about to be rescued. the credit of the states subject tfl

today increase the death list the governor's requisition.BOY Formula tells the story : \
Mill No. 3, and CO people are said -
be missing. Their bodies if re HIGHWAYMEN.They .
:1'l are apt to be found many Grove's Chronic Chill Cure j.
below here. Hold Up and Rob Passenger
action of the officers! on Electric Car.
Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste made of
and at the other mills is admir Seattle, Wash., June 10.-With a
Without any time for prepara revolver levelled at their heads, eight Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

they find themselves facing the passengers on an electric street cat Fluid Extract BLACK* ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
serious conditions that ever con. were forced to surrender their vale Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
managers of any industrial en- abbs to two robbers, supposed to bi"

but they are showing cheer boys, late last night It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.
front and are endeavoring to main They forced the conductor and mo 3
a semblance of order among the torman to go inside, and while one T5e Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, SOc.
Some, but very few, of went through the passengers' pockets
operatives will leave Clifton today the other held a revolver. Aboul --- -
secure work elsewhere. So many $30 and several watches were st" -

i .are shut down that work is cured. THE--- I ..........................

relief that is must TROOPS ORDERED OUT.
direct and must furnish bread I READ !
meat to the employes of the threa Trouble Between Prohibitionists and
mills. Saloon Men In Texas. . COMPANY .

Houstcn, Tex., June 10.-A cavalry -
made today place the to

loss. at or Clifton$3,000,000.and at Pacelot at company where trouble has been is feared sent to this Hempstead morning i 1 F. D. POOSER Agent, The Florida Times-Union t*

The prohibitionists won recently la -- _-
,loss to the county and to private OO.L.FLORIDA.. --- = -
: holders will probably Increase a contest in WUller county, and the -------S
amount to an extra $1,000,000. antis secured an Injunction.- The REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.DAU.Y .
prohibitionists held a mass meeting, AND SUNDAY.
Month postage paid
BADLY CRIPPLED. declared the Injunction Illegal and Three Months postage paid .?.... .$60 1.30 I
void and gave the saloonista until e Six Months, postage paid .. J.OQ 1.One 1.
One Year, postage paid '. ,600
"rst Hal Played Havoc With Tuesday to close up under penalty ol ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION.; : *
$1 50 A YEAR. ,
Operation of Trains. being closed. An appeal was then Semi-Weekly Edition ......SIX Months ) .jo mAH
S. C.. June .-Railroad made to the governor for the Rangers, Semiweekly Edo on .One Year UIO .
[ in but was referred, and the adjutant general '
are an even more an-
& state today than at any other was sent to Hempstead to inves! communications and remittances should be addressed to j
tigate. The result Is the ordering !
I since the Pacelot disaster. The i
has two lines from Columbia out of troops. What will be the final! THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNIOH. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.SUBSCRIBE .
Piedmont and the Coast Lin oaa. outcome cannot now be predicted. Sec --
houses, are utterly destroyed. era! salcons were recently wrecked by .

.i beg in the name of our God citizens supposed to have been prohibt As before stated ban on hand a I
common humanity that the clergy tionists.! carload of one and two-horse mowers,
1 makes a special appeal! rakes, sickle grinders and repair
t aid not only and shall have in the ten
7 for next
June parts
supply Sunday,food and clothing, but to Memphis Fears Flood. days a car loid of reapers, binders, .......................... ;
) shelter for the homeless and Memphis, T*nn., June 10.Some shredders and{every part pertainingto
their houses of worship. concern is felt here over the flood ol make harvesting a success.
should be sent the Mississippi river to the north. A Remember that the McCormick
.All contributions
binder ia the only right hand machineon The Ocala Seed
Z. T Catleberry, treasurer refiel stage of 34 feet is thought to be pro]) the market, and should you buy
j Gainesville, Ga. able at Memphis and large forces oi any other, you are sure to be disap
men are engaged: in repairing the pointed.We Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
!' AIDS GAINESVILLE. breaks left In the Arkansas levees defy and challenge the world to
north of the city made by the late meet us in the harvest field. ThereIs be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf
I Relief Committee Forward flood. Repair work at two br *ti the place to show what your machines -
$2,000 in Clothing. has given way and water Is passing are. Call and see me and I we don't carry in our line what you want sendto

Md., June 8.-In response to the country behind the levees flood will give you points that will interest us for it and we will it for
'f from Mayor Parker of lug a considerable area. A pile driver you, and save you money. Every anyway get you, no .' :
a telegram machine sold will be and
put up
10,000 sacks matter what it be.
that 'thetorm and of sand have toes may
TUle. stating tested before it i* turned over to
needed provisions, clothing tapatdied to these points. Much
household goods, the citliena per trouble f fa being experienced in MCUT- F. D. POOSER, YOU'I BAXTER CARN
'} nt relief commttee met 1D. tae ,, lag laborers for the work. 3.1S-dlt.wlm ,


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MU.RDER'' Businessusually '

PASSED ST. LOUIS. means assuming large

Mrs. Tanner Charged Wit risks! -too large to be a safe

Giving Poison burden upon an individual DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AOIUCTLII F( I K: J \f t &.t



Now special: insurance to relieve
Waters Of the Mississippi are Wiley F. Tanner, Fzther-ln-Lsw
thtir personal estate of this WIRE NAILS PAINTS PLANET Ja.OkOVICV\
Charges Wife of His Son With Ad .
risk. All such will be interested ,

Rushing Towards Gulf of Mexico. ministering Strychnine, Which in "A Banker's Will," OILS, VARNISHES ATTIVATOK ALL lips,

Caused His Death. containing the instructions of

--- Gainesville Ga., June 10.-John W. a New York Bank President to LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF OAKBWt TAMJ".

Tanner lather of Wiley F. Tanner his trustees regarding invest r

who died under suspicious circumstances ment of his personal estate.A ALL KINDS OF COOKIJ'G 8'10\0
HIGH FLOODTIDE IS RECORDED. at his home in Clinch district, this 5i.ooo.ooo policy is another insurance

county, Saturday May 23, has swore romance: of special application to men
out before Justice of the Peace A. G of affairs, 'escribed in "The Largest GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATH OIU 1Tt

Dorsey a warrant against Mrs. Oni Annual Premium.

Tanner, wife of the young man whc "i'-fad u.> Company 1I.by for ranks both pamphlets. IRON PIPES AND FIT AND TtJfWARE, ctrr.I .

Latest Reports Indicate that the Death) List IQ) tied, charging her with murder. F"'st-I.Frst-Io.Amount Aiset Pad PoIicy-lloldeN.!
The warrant was turned over tc fira-ln
Sheriff M. 0. Gilmer, of Hall county THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE I u STIlI.

Madison, Granite City and Venice, May be and the officer immediately left for COMPANY OF NEW YORK

the home of L Frank Duncan, father RICHARD A. McCvuv,President. N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS, KOPIB. PlU.Hl

J Larger Than at first Supposed. of the young woman, where she is stay Cecil Wilcox.Manager or Kionda.Jacksonville

lag, to make the arrest and bring hei U.H. Livingston Agent Ocala Fla___ ING MATERIALS ETC., ETC. BLUE FtAKt OIL 8TOYX
back to Gainesville to be incarcerated
In the Hall county Jail.

leg that at least 1,009 men, womei! Th state chemist forwarded the resalt Bridge Gives
St. Louis! June 10.-At the and children are In a precarious condi of his investigations to Dr. J. D Way Precipitating Men LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

rate of from 8 to 10 miles an hour tion. They are awaiting rescuemanj Mfculdin. of Flowery Branch, who immediately Into River. Hubbard & Macduff Ocala ria

the Mississippi river over half a mile in the second stories and on tops oi communicated the game: tc Union, S. 0., June 10. News reached ,

wide and 90 leet deepen the (channel, houses and other points above the flood John W. Tanner at his home neat here Use night ox a ttrnoie an.

are in less danger of immediate Chestnut mountain. dent at Broad river the
is pouring past St Louis toward the bridge, on
death than starvation. Tanner at once hitched up his tear Seaboard Air Line railroad. During LG17LaJG7L; i' a:r l: .r sLG GnG: r I"I s_. Mti "O) e'.
gulf. For a week the river slowly at ;!
Immediate steps are being tak and came to Gainesville, where the the flood of Saturday 700 yards ol r
first and then gaining In speed crept .7o
until'on taken to remove these people to placesof warrant was sworn out at 5:20 p. m the trestle was washed away from th$
out of its ordinary confines I safety and comparative comfort IB The result of the chemist's analysis southern approach to the bridge neat STRA June 8. 1S03, it had established a high showed
I East St. Louis, where the railroad nine-tenths of a grain of strych Carlisle, Union county. The railroad
water mark of 37.5 feet the highest nine in the stomach and from .
glass ,
yards are flooded, the conditions! art people have sent a pile driver to begin
floodticc since the same mark was the same as yesterday. All last nlghl) which milk was drank. This was work of repairing the trestle. The approach

unofficially established in 1858. Tie men were at work strengthening the sufficient! to satisfy Tanner, and he at from the north side seemed tc: I WHOLESALE

river is now receding. Thirty feet levee that is keeping the water bad once proceeded to swear out a warrant be intact The driver had to be "I'' .

r above low water mark Is the danger from the business and residence sec charging his daughter-in-law brought across to begin the work ol

line for St Louis and the river rose tioas of the city. The railroad situation with murder. The sheriff will read driving the piles on this side. I LIQUOR
shows no Improvement. -Gainesville early today with the fait The attempt was made. When the
71-2 feet above the danger line. prisoner who will, In all probability engine and driver had reached the I .

The crest of the flooi: has passed6t. Fostoffice Investigation. occupy a cell in the county Jail until middle! of the bridge it gave way and DEALERS

Louis! and any further* destructionto Washington, June 10.-There was the next term of Hall superior court the bridge, engine and driver and I ,

be wrought will be from the possi- no developments today as a result ol which convenes the third Monday it: crew of ten were precipitated into ihi I

ble crumbling of undermined buildings the grand jury's investigation into July. river.It : OCALA FLORIDA.

and to ,the country below this the affairs of the postoffice, and it Is if hard to learn at this time the _
point danger of which Is lessened by said no further indictments may tx! SWALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID. actual number of killed, as the railroad

the spreading of the rher over the looked for this week. The decision people do not seem to care td'I i \

loIands. to lay the case of James Tyner, former Strange Man Creates Excitement or talk, but it is said they report the loss I s .

Rapid falling of water It Is expected assistant attorney general, before New York Ferry Boat of three killed.COLLISION. STR0USS

will quickly drain the inundated the grand Jury was reached only after !t Rah
New York June 10.-Am unidentified
: section on the Illinois side, where the the most careful consideration of all ON SOUTHERN.At .
has committed suicide bj
property loss will be heaviest and repairs the circumstances surrounding it. A: van
wallowing carbolic acid In the
to the damaged property will a matter of public duty it was felt pres Full Speed Trains Crash Near Fort
soon b; possible. that the accounts leading up to the nee of 50 or 60 women passenger ROYAL
.. on the ferry boat leaving the Battrj Hill, S. C.
rifling of the safe in
Death List Increasing. Tyner's office I t
I had been looked into. It is understood for Thirty-ninth street Brooklyn. Charlotte N. C., June 10.--Southern ,

Reports are coming in from Maai- there is a feature connected with When the women realized what had railway train No. 97, the fast mall t

son. Granite City and Venice which the opening! of the safe and the abstraction Happened, they ran to the deck, shrieking from New York to New Orleans, which I '

indicate the death list may be larger of papers therefrom which and were only calmed when the Ig now routed via Columbia, on account 1, j RESERVE
than first estimated. It is known ha3 been disclosed, ana that it wa pilot stopped the boat. of the recent flood, collided with a STttAO 5iA0
boarded the boat at the
that at least 20 people hue been this which led to the determination! tc The man freight train near Fort Hill S. C, "c. ''- ''

drowned In that vicinity. A report I put the cases before the grand jury. slip started only on its a few trip. moments He appeared before preoccupied it about 6:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. I .__. : :{ 4 QUARTS$3.50 DELIVERED
wag received early today from Newport Only one man, Engineer W. A. Wition
a small town 3 miles from Gran and attracted the attention of Columbia, S. C., was seriously
Jett and White Trial! Delayed. of the deck bands and other
rte City that passengers injured One ankle brokenby
a school building in was
Jackson, Ky.. June 10.-The failure .
about the ----
. which are sheltered 50 by wandering aimlessly jumping and the bruised .
, children was of Elisor John Jones to get back from leg so that ---- -- --
tottering and threatened to collapseat boat.One he may lose It. The occupants ol
McGoffm county whither he vent to
of the deck hands watched him!
moment. both cabs The
any Appeals were madefor contact warhead
assistance! but there summon veniremen caused a post (closely fearing he intended Jumping at full speed and occurred
was no way on. on
ponement of the trial of Jett and
to reach them from St. Louis or East 'White overboard. After walking! through a high fill. The engines were badly 1III'
until 2:30 o'clock ths! after
cabin for ;
the reserved men
. Ot Louis, the only places that can torn up and both rolled down the em
noon. John Hosklns, one of the venlremen times he crossed: over to the women'i
saw render aid. bankment. Five "
or stx freight cars
was excused from duty as a ,
)ltj Attorney Robert Hagneur, of cabin and sat down. were demolished and one mail car considerably STRAUSS 76"Maryland
juryman. He said! he was sick as t Suddenly he drew a bottle from hi<
Codded 'Venice is reported by his rel- damaged. Some of the mail
result of being exposed to
smallpoi pocket, drank its contents at twodraughts :
i Uves to be clerks slightly bruised.
missing and they fear he were
i when the and feared he was taking the disease.Proset'utlon and threw the bottle on the It is said that the
perished city was overwhelm freight crew misread
looks upon this as part of floor. The odor of the acid alarmedthe I
t ed. Deputy Coroner William Ball orders and ran past the meetingpoint.
plan to delay the trial.
I a women who sat near and whei
fcorin. of Madison
county,.and his eon
who lived In Venice, have been given the man fell to the floor where hi II
Quiet Night at Jackson Ky. lay writhing In they fled
i up as lost. Louis Kisher andII.Ite, agony Queer Claim for Damages.
who lived In Madison Jackson Ky., June 10.-U was quiethere screaming loudly.The man died before
a are bellevni to; Miss.. June 10.-A queer
have been drowned last night and court this morning the boat reached the dock. He I
in the breakingof claim for damages has been filed with
reconvened without special incid well dressed but could not be
the levee that flooded that town. was the claim! department of the Yazoo and
The increased still Identified. ".,
William: Anchor Mrs. nt. guards con !
:: and Clifton and Mississippi Valley roal A lady liv
: her Infant time at the homes of B. L. Ewen, 'i1ID f m
have been missing for several ing at Hamburg In Franklin county, g
Mrs Marcum and Mrs Patrick. Curtis SENT BALL THROUGH BRAIN.W. IU. I
days, and It is thought they per claims that a freight train frightened
Jett was as confident as ever but I
ished. a nock of her geese and the tow
Thomas White,* although allowed \o H. Babbitt Suicides In Hotel at<
And so reports are coining In, but flew into a large briar patch, causing &J
>. they cm-net be verified until order sleep with Jett in the same cell, wept Wilmington, N. C. them tc lose 12 pounds feathers be !
hall have been restored and that will during the night: and was despondent: fore they emerged, for which she I Rye.
to..h '. Wilmington. K. C.. June 10.-W. H Q'i
not be until the food shall have sub- 67 of wants compensation at the rate of EC
Babbitt. years age governmententry
tided Queer Provisions of Will. taker and a leading citizen ol cents per pound. The company it I I StRAUSS&COova.

Snallpox Develops.In Ottawa Onto June 10.-The funeralof McDowell county, this state, committed giving the case a prayerful considers .n.l .

one party of refugees near Ed. s:;. J. Major, rated a millionaire took suicide early this morning by sending tion and a special agent has been sent '
Hamburg to examine the l
# wardsviile, four cases of smallpox developed pia'e today. He provided in his wit a ball through his brain in the to geese. AFULLQUARTS.SS.OOiDEUVERClDepressed :

yesterday and the discovery that a special! chariot be constructedand lobby of the Orton hotel He had Bulgarians Condemned to Death. _
it his unconfined been drinking and left a short note this :
truck terror In the minds of the un upon body be Salonica, June 8.Fifteen Bulgy "
borne from his home his brother in hospital here asking !I i IaA.ftJWbfDAWoman :
fortunates. The officials of Madison past store, a rfans, convicted of participation In s
county are doing all in their powerto to the church and; cemetery. This thA brother to look in the pockets ol dynamite outrages have been condemned J

Isolate the cases and prevent a will be the first and last use to whIch his clothing and he would find every to death. Their trial tooltp1a.ce

a spread of the disease. the car will be put as, with the flowers thing all rightTemperance In open court..c

Numerous families, penniless and it i is to be burned immediately. tQels
The viIII provides also that the hous Victory Predicted.
having no friends to whom to go, refuse ;
to leave their flooded homes. end store shall be draped in black 4G Geneva, June 10.-At today'i eea -- i.;<.

They live in the second stories and days. sOl! of the convention of the World'l C-.c..7;:' ,' fPEA
Women's Christian Temperance uniot )?( ; t
entirely upon what food happened "
to be on han: when the flood Case of Coal Carrying Roads. the presiding olcerIrs.! Lillian M ::J- ""'WI.2J IC \I has tnqoent 1f

came. In many cases these peopleare New York, June Iff.-Wearing in N. Stevens, read Lady Henry Sourer I IIr \ / teelb1 ppetite. lnabtiitty a lOW eI ..1sQt .., I,,. .
(,it t not DeCl.'warUP .. _mura .t. &.1 I
tf>JDe "
the investigation of the ol In which the some
actually starving and food will complaint seta presidential address I '........ -;"- -
be furnished them by men in skiffsat W. R. Hearst against the coal carryIng absent president predicted that the 2)- '_ : ---=iVc It's the Liver.

once. roads was continued before the eventual outcome of the Woman'i _' -.r ': ..
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interstate commerce commission today Christian Temperance union's fight ; M to get
Many Flood Refugees. I : today at )oar d.racI1ata
a bot
when President Baer was recalled would be a complete victory over tin "
From police reports it Is learned ,:. -
by the commission and examinedby liquor traffic. :;:;;; '
there are 390 destitute flood sufferersin Commissioner Prouty. In reply r'r-:> ,.. HERBNE :

St. Louis refugees from East St to the first question President Baer Lost Wallet Containing $2,000. .

Lolls Madison. Venice and Granlti said the rates charged on coal from SonnnerviHe N. J., June 10.-FOP and ii .i'new two r r0amtb'tLfre*. s.t

City and Kaskashia. There are over the anthracite regions tapped by the mer Judge Partine, one of the executors feel e woman after takiat; Ole gtat... ts..m.

i 3,000 refugees in the country but thE Reading: system aoout 120 miles to of the will of William Rice, the 30 Conbo ALL
ti remainder have either secured transportAtion tile water $1.55 ton. DRUGGISTS.
Is a Texas millionaire, whoM death llN
i to other cities or are bean .. York led to the Patrick aurdei ROLLS FROM Only the best
1' cared for by relatives and friends IB! Brief Cabinet Meeting. OUR OVEX
trial has reported the lose from hIs material Kot'Sinto
i'T St. Louts.t Washington June 10.-The meeting ,
pocket of a wallet containing a certi the oven and II '
; There :! of the cabinet today was short
BOO flood
refugees IBEdwardjville only the ESTABLISH
fled check for $2,000 and important II Ylan*.
lit. last night from the than usual and was rather routine in
relating to the Rice estata
tri-'1tIes and Newport. Because oi character. Owing to the absence ol papers BEST BREADrolls
The exact nature of the missing! doca
the contestlon it was found necessarj Postmaster General Payne the post- meats is not known. out. It is delightfully crisp and HAHHE BROTHERS'CASH

to distribute the sufferers In the viJ office investigation was not considered wholesome. A few slices buttered is a

lag*II."lon* the Wabash -g fir north In any shape. Secretary Hay briefly meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas
at Lltchfleld. discussed the Panama canal negotiations meaL MAIL ORDER HOUSE

At 7 o'clock the official! gauge regis and the Chilean situation. Mistaken for Burglar and Shot Orders for Bread, etc., can be more

t tered 37.4 feet. The trend of thE Cruiser's Boilers EXplode. Brownsville Tex June 10.-The report satisfactorily filled byBENDS' Wholesale

river this morning seems to be to rise, Gibraltar, June 10.-A boiler explosion : circulated yesterday that Otis Liquor Dealers.

but the vojume of water coming from: occurred today ( -board the British Lyle. who was shot by Mr. Barter, had Authorized
above 1? spreading out and does not armored cruiser Good Hope. An died of his wounds is ae error. Mr. BAKERYfOLIDnONEYAKDTAR and Wholesale: Deafer in Wm. J. 1.,..,

c make itself apparent on the guag I officer: and sit: men were badly injured Lyle was only slightly Injured, and U Brewing Go's St. Louis Btw.

by added inches. I The Good Hope is fitted with'BelleI la no danger. The shooting TTM a

In the trl-citls Madison. Venice and I: yule! boilers. She is on 1.400 toes mistake on the part of Dr. Sevier, h. 1246-1258 Adams St. r..j

Grfcilte City, U is estimate this morns I disc4sAescnl! mistaking Mr. Lyle tor a burglar. elope flip cough ad 1a.sJa1ungs Jacksonville 0

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I Ii UNCLE SAM SWINDLED. TELEGRAPHIC--- BREVITIES. pniinfIHtHHH1IWIHHtflniHIIf1HIItrK" !" "!"!' '! "! !! !! "! "!!!!!!!!! '! !!!'!" !!!

OVER ONE MILLION Scheme of Diamond Dealers to Lessen A mob of ii-3 at Wynne, Ark :

Import Duties. tarred and feathered two Memphis

New fork, June 8.-An investigation men. one of whom was charged wit 1 1
wl-ich has just culminated in a Intending to elope with the wife of I WEEKLY

hearing before United States Gen Wynne merchantThe

NATIVES STARVING. eral Appraiser Sharratts has broughtto flood sitiuation along the upper -. --

f light a method of importing dia- Mississippi is very critical. Alreadj

monds relow their real value. However I. immense damage has been done and

it violates directly no law yet the river is still rising.At 1 BANNER'S I"

discovered. It is clear, however the Washington the massing of Unit

officials: say that if allowed to continue ed States warships off the China coast --

:t Great Distress In tlje e Kwong-Si Province it will! revolutionize the diamond j is considered significant in view of th P

$ business, affecting particularly what alarmist report of Admiral Evans or

ever of uniformity there is in the price !i conditions in China.. I CLUBBING 1i g
of ttarconds. The hearing grew out i
A German sergeant has been sentenced
1 China. of the of ,
an importation through port -
to prison for brutality to pii -
Norfolk Va. The diamonds were i
JL-_- __-_ appraised there at 200 and 210 florins. :i vates. It was proven that the sergeant .
{ frequently spat in the mouths o:! i
Mr. Sharratts brought the stones to LIST
this city' and after consulting several : .
raised : At Paris a fight Is in progress be P.r =.
I A CALL( FOK RELIEF MADE.t experts the appraisement wa3 during I tween the mother and wife of John C -- ; 1
to 210 and 223.:: It developed -
I Breckinridge for control of the S.- .
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the hearing that the Norfolk concern -- -
t of the California millionaire who it r
had diamonds before -
never imported I
or .- i I' and that these diamonds had original I alleged to be insane. 5; We have made
special whereby we 3
'!I arrangements
( Harvest Promises Well but it will Not Be ly been purchased abroad by a New I I The London Daily Mall'a correspondent
Rice York firm, which in turn sold them 1 r at Cairo learns that the openIng can offer the following rates to'all paidinad2

to the Norfolk dealer who imported I of the Assousan dam has resulted
(available for Several I WeeHs...Chinese Wo- them. I in the doubling of the Nile's summer == vance subscribers i =-=

Much evidence came out at the hearing supply, on which the cotton and sugar |= THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville S em i == F

' Offered for Sale. concerning the practice of certain !, crops depend. j Weekly Times-Union, $1.50 a year. 5
I lIen) freely New York -dealers in Importing stones I President: Roosevelt traveled: through

through smaller ports where it is asserted Illinois yesterday. He Is now speed- E THE OCALA BANNER and The CommonerDry-[ =|

I I Honj Kong. June 6.-The estimate -charging--the young benedict with- -kid the appraisers are not in touch I lag to Washington. E: an's paper] $1.75 a year fSE

( of Governor Wong or Kwang-Sl provo naping with fluctuations'in in price. A decree has been issued at Bogota -
I | THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Semi-Weekly
ince. that over l.OOO.tsVO\ natives are The couple were brought to Monl- stating that order has been restored -

tarring i& that province is'pronounced trie and with them came a large number TROLLEY SCAR RAN WILD. throughout Colombia.All :; Journal, $1.75 a year. fsj

I t tilt to be approximately correct. of Indignant relatives of the bride. the property of the Atlantic j THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week New H f
In Accident
Ti. distress In certain districts U She was by no means coerce j by. Nine Persons Injured Coast Lumber company of South Carolina
Near N. J. |= York World. $1,65 a 2
more CUte. the presence of relatives including her I Orange has been sold. year.

!i r ttlnese women are freely offered mother but remained loyal to her Orange, N. J., June 8.-Nine persons The total number of dead at Tope- 1= THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly ConStitution 3 i

for tale. The rice harvest promises young husband declaring that shei have been hurt here by the overturnIng I ka has reached 71 and many are miss fc 3
a =
; I of a trolley car that ran wild down : year.
veil but it will not be available for would live with him or die. ing. The flood situation is still serious
f from four to six weeks. Young Langdale gave bond and the Eagle Rock on its way to Orange. i in the westBashiBazouks :: THE OCALA BANNER and Lippincott's Maga3=

r Extensive relief operations will be girl wag taken back nome by the I Conductor Curtis may die. It is i! tine -
r $2.75 a
the burned a village near year. -
I ilfficttlt: without foreign supervision mother. said the car was standing at tog -
P -
Monastir and butchered the inhabi =::
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1 t which will be hard to obtain in Kwang- i i of Eagle Rock waiting for passengers. -
. I S. Assistance has been sent to that WATER FAMINE THREATENED. When the car was scheduled to leave I tants. Many women and girls died Cash Must Accompany all Orders. 9 j jE
I fighting for their honor.
i tor, Orange, a passenger who got on
, : >previ&ce> from Hong Kong and Canton. I -
t but the funds available are becoming Reservoirs Which Supply New York I Is said to have struck the brake handle Hon. Jefferson B. Browne chairman --

exhtusted. The Hong Kong committee City Getting Low. |I by accident. Before the brakes tof the Florida railroad commission Address ; THE OCALA BANNER Ocala Florida.CUT |

will welcome subscriptions.The new York, June 6.-Unless rain i I could tx set again the car was tearIng -r'I-has been exonerated of the lobbying -. .; -
comes soon to replenish the reservoirs down the hill at great speed. Whena preferred against him.
newly appointed viceroy of Can- OUT THIS COUPON FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BANNER. B44iJU :::::
ton Tsl Chins Suen. U hastening his which supply New York city with wa.1 guarp curve was reached the wheel Work has stopped on the mammoth

F Journey, to his post because of the serious ter there will be grave danger of a i left the rails and the car overturned.It Mohawk steel plant at Brunswick Gay .:: i 4*4i JU-4'lr44-it i( 1aiiiFil.ieXg. 4..4.. == a

coir dons in Kwang-Sl provo water famine. I landed on its top and was badly the constructing company claiming -- : PUBLISHER OCALA BANNER : :-::: j'

ince. The population of Kwan;Si is Since the beginning of May the storage -! smashed. Nine of the eleven passengers that payments are overdue. ::: .4" Enclosed find...................,..Dollar and.. ... ...,.... Cent ... :::::
reservoir has been drawn on at : were hurlGUARDS --a j
largely! agriculturaLr the rate of 280,000,000 gallons a day I II I Solicitor Pottle, of the Ocmulgea! :: e for which send me The Weekly Banner and the....,... ...... ..........,.. i. _
bail .
circuit is working to have the
r HURRICANE (IN PHILIPPINES. I and now Colonel R. C. Monroe, commissioner I REPULSE MOB. I of Mrs. Lizzie Griffin charged with :_: .;.;.. ... .......................................one year as per your tiubbiaf offer *-. -::::* .
of water and electricity : -
gas tin
has, issued a warning in the form I Efforts Made to Lynch Wisconsin Murderer the murder of her husband raised. :E: :2 the Baaner..t -- .-. == i.]
Great Damage Hat Been Done to Ship i The case of August W. Machen, accuse %: ,. .. --
ping Interests. cf a request that citizens be as sparing i Frustrated. t I } of accepting bribes while in the 9 Name...............................................'........... t 3
of of the o'clorltthis ==
as possible their use Sparta Wis., June 8:At 2 '

JIaaUa June 6.-A hurricane has fluid until the drought shall have been 11 = morning a mob surrounded the government the service jury, has at Washington.been presented P. 0......................_, .... ...................... ..i. _= '
mpt over the Philippine islands ant broken. Colonel Monroe says there Jail here, determined to lynch Samuel I to = j jE

treat;-damage; has been done to shippnr.a"h was a full storage supply of 40.0wO.- I I Montgomery, who murdered nil Colonel of Cavalry Joaquin Jiminez :; State........................................... ... ::::

; United States transport 000,000 gallons hand when the i wife in Warrans.At i well known in military as well as in : : 1
on circles at Orizaba Mex., is dead. :_ t Date......... ._. ... ................ .. f903. k = it4fittt'
Sb.t.I1a'lI reported to have beenrmtke& drought began. i 1:30 o'clock a hundred or more I social == -
This, however has not beeneocErneL With the limited means at its disposal -: men made a dash toward the rear ol During the Tuxepec revolution ht == # ktt ,kPtttt tt# tttt.t.tt*tt.*tttt.. :: a a711111UlIIIIIIIIIhIIlll111l111IIJlIIllllillllUl111111lIIII .

the department has made investigations : the Jail but a volley over their heads I commanded the rural forces sustaining -

,The United States steamer Pearla covering 13 districts in by the guards checked! the movement I the established governmentWhat : UlUl111 1C i ir if,

4l Vlsiyu, has been totally lost off I Manhattan which constitute about ; Sneriff Cassells, with his small force i is believed to be the flrs{ system t-

Ounotes island. Part of her crew : one-tenth of the area of the borough I of deputies, fearing Inability! to cope i of irrigation farming ever adopted -

vert tared. and it has been found that there is i with the mob appealed to Governor t in this state to any extent has f

The United States ship Haumel and a waste of 32,000,000 gallons of water I LaFollette who ordered Company Hand been inaugurated on the farm at the

the schooner. Margaret, have been a day in the interior of buildings without the Sparta company to proceed I state Insane asylum at Binghamton, 1

boq! ubore off Ormoco, West Leyte. taking into account the leakage. to the Jail at once. The sheriff is determined N. Y. It was made necessary by the

tat will\ prove total l
hoard these ve *eb were saved. WEARY OF WANDERING an attack on the jail will mean dealt dtsratch from Paul Smith. N. Y., i'J
,' acid bloodshed says that in the last :24 hours the

No Record of Transport Man Returns Home to Face Chargt forest fires are reported to have cross

Washington.June 6.-The war lie of Crime. I, HUNG HIMSELF IN JAIL. I ed St. Regis mountain ia the direction ... Dyspeptics 1 1are

pirtoeat aaa no record of the trans of the camps on the upper St '
port Shamus, but there is a small vessel New York June 6.-After "andereIng Negro Under Death Sentence at Selma : Regis lake and eaten their way i made every day by their ora esretott- i i
over the earth for seven years I His Life. lIMIt Com that eM of eoMtinttva befon it ., i i1)A
la the service of the army in the Takes I through the private park of William
Philippines named the- Samshui. Charles Stern wearied and penniless I Selma Ala., June 8.-iNoah Bates a Rockefeller. Mr. Rockerfeller has beooote ehronie TVkeOH'S

has returned to this city to face any negro upon whom sentence of deati sent out calls for men and SO firefighters ::1J
MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE. charge of crime that may"be brought j then [ UVIRP1LLS"ANoTONIG
had been pronounced and suspended were secured in Malone to re-
against him and to. accept his punish awaiting an appeal to the supreme inforce those who have been fighting PELLETS (

Shocking Discovery Made by Staten ment meekly.! court, hung himself In the coum I the flames In the park for several
Island Woman. Stern who is now only 30 years of ty Jail! last night Bates had double I II II! days. I tlw only rem die which tmul Naten tad do tot g et la h rI 1 i iny.

age came here from Poland when a the rope and made a slip knot which 1 I II I I I Powerful puryatiTei gripe> psio sad make confirmed .f

New York' June 6.-'Mrs. Ida M. boy. Before he was 21 he was the i i I I he placed around his neck. Women as Well as Men drag-taken. Runoa't Remedies *ct gently tad leave the I > j
C W'itl1.l'of I I
North Brighton owner of two small banks and money Then standing upon the water closet system independent of drugs. For fate bj tU daalenv II J

la end. found the boy of a strange man brokerage offices. After some unlucky 'I, in the cell which would throw hU I! Are Made Miserable by Your drngKut will fumiab s tree sample M'i LBrown 1J ]
hanging by a rope to the transom of speculations: he disappeared in
; head jam up against the iron bart : : ]
l door in an upper room of her home 1896. His banking houses were besieged above he wrapped the doubled cord ;: Kidney Trouble. Mfg. .1
early today. A policeman was calltl who mournedthe
by poor persons I
about eight times around the flat bar,
and found that the still I New York
man was loss of money they declared they
giving the end a few twists around
a JJre. He was cut down and re- had intrusted to the young banker. I i iI I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and Qreenevilie.
I the rope Itself so as to keep it from.
and lessens ambition
ived but would give no account of in Halifax and : beauty vigor
Stern was arrested '
slipping, then he stepped off the closet and cheerfulness soon Tenn.
mStlf.! A moment later he sank Montreal, where he was .released I' I II "= I
taken to I -
which is about 2 feet from th ;.f;.Z disappear when the kid-
into the policeman's arms and died. after a hearing. He says $3,000 I floor, and swung out into eternity. neys are out of order :
The body was left in the house. until which he then had was taken away l "or diseased.

daybreak pending the arrival of the and sent here to meet claims. Stern I J' Kidney trouble has

coroner, and II rs. Coursen, with her says >e traveled through many countries -I Best Offer Will Get Reunion. t'tr' \ ; become so prevalent :
June 6. W. '
New Orleans General
four [that it is not uncommon
children were hysterical from and has returned penniless to ( .
_._ -
E. Mickle adjutant general cf the l for a child to be bornSJSf1
fright meet any charges that may be pend /11. I \ POST OFFICE DUUG STOUE OC.!1..', FL.1.
United Confederate Veterans said today afflicted with weak kid-
There is not the trace of whetherany / # ;
slightest ing. It is lot yet known .
I-1 If the child urinates
th that he hoped that all cities which ? ; a ..... neys. }
man's identity. How he hap- will be brought desired to invite the organization to too often if the -- : {
P ud to enter the home of a stranger urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
hold! its next reunion as their guest
lad hang himself, as he had apparently LABOR LEADERS TO CONFER. reaches an age when it should be able to
done is a mystery.ADIRONDACK would send In their names to him a* control the passage it is yet afflicted with ''i
I soon as possible. He said that while I of
Mitchell President of Mine Workers, bed-wetdng, depend upon it. the cause McMillan Bros
FOREST FIRES. j it was probable that the reunion the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first
Goes to Chicago.
: would go to Louisville the executive step should be towards the treatment of
Indianapolis June 6.-John Mitchell J committee would consider all Invitations these important organs. This unpleasant
Flames Spreading Despite Efforts of of the United Mme Workers '
president ) trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
and would be competent to de
Fire Fighters. started for Chicago to confer with kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Southern Copper Works.
cide city making the best
t $aratoaa. N. Y.. June 6. The sun Foreman Justi who represented the i I upon any most people suppose.
today it tlll obscured by dense smoke mine workers of Illinois and T. J. ,, offer where It was believed! It wouldbe Women as well as men are made mis
most advisable' to hold: the erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
Mi ashes from Adirondack forest who represents the miners :
Bfw. I Reynolds ;i union. He will call a meeting of re-I and both need the same, great remedy.The .
\ Reports which reached here district The confer-
of the j t executive committee In the fall at mild and the immediate effect of
; today from the Colton lake region are ence will be In regard to the local Louisville when the place and date I j Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
: to
the effect that the fires cover a terrtory scales in those districts. i 'IV
: will be fixed. I by druggists in flftyIS" _
15 miles in width and 20 miles i In regard to the state of Peansylvaj j I cent and one dollar :.,:,;;;5=
; 't' la lectth, and are still spreading de- nla coal operators that the three district I sizes. You may have a gj ;-;':.'".:',......''i eo' tra and General Metal Workers.Old .
PU. the efforts of hundreds, of fire presidents would be recognized NEGRO LVNCHED IN GREENVILL3 sample bottle by mail -

; t Skiers. on the board if they were re-elected free also pamphlet tell- none of Swawp-RwC.

Tie heat is 110 intense and the smoke at the convention of the miners to beheld In Broad Day Mob Broke Into Jail ana ing all about it. including many of the
testimonial letters received
thousands of
l to dense that the cannot M. B. :
: -i fighters apProach at Pottsville Secretary Took Prisoner. j from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
>> within 2 miles of the fires. that such an arrangement I
Wilson said today N. Y. be sure and
& Co., ,
.: .. Narration! OB the Adirondack lake is would not be satisfactory Greenville ,Miss.. June 6 John Dennis ;: mention Binghamton this paner. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or-

i) Practically usPt"I1' 'ed. A steamer to the miners if it would establish a a negro, was lynched here by a' wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

: with *. gang of workmen has been precedent as It would cost the miners mob of 200 men Thursday afternoon. \ works .
following -
: l:1hlnf: on the lake for several daysp $15.000. The negro had attempted criminal I I
I assault upon a well-Snown youa day i

.:. BECOMES WIFE AT 13. Pope's Strength Failing. who was returning home from the tele- [: For nearly FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

', Venice June 8.-The Cazetta: di Va !i phone exchange where she worked, on I half
Girl Eloped that the Is sufferini Tuesday night last. He was a century JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE ALA.
With Farm Hand Who HM. netia asserts pope Imme-l ..
( Been Arrested. from ii-testinal inflammation that he diately arrested and placed In

t t Moultrle, Ga.. June 8.Quite a senuon eats practically nothing and that hit i cal jall. I. icysSeeds!
: i While the streets were crowded with --
hu diminishing. The paper i
been created in the Monk strength is I
t ILtrtct ot this county fry the elop- adds: "Though there Is no immediate I women shoppers a body of 200 determined 515252 2525irS2'5252525't5i52S252S2575

**& of a young couple this week. Th4 &nger, there nil be room foci j men went to the Jail and de-I I

,bride U Misg Mary Ammons. 13 years apprehension unless an improvement manded admittance. This was tar kind been of everywhere growing famoo,*bold in Trr ball FLORIDA RUBBER STAMP WORKS
old, .fused and members of the mob secureda dealers. 111111 heed Annual
i a member of of the most l manifested"Two
one la soon railway rail and battered down, the Vuapud tn to all applicant Manufacturers of Seal, Rubber Stamps Stell'IIiu.o* i
ttbent lamllleg of the county. D. )I.FERRY ..( .
and style made to order 6 to 12boars.
, Wreck. Mam 11*
y She Killed In door of the prison. Dennis was taken Detrrk Plea.OLElloAR. graph
ran away from school to marry Special; attention mail orders.
L N. Lincoln Neb.. June 8.-A special to the telephone exchange and
a Itf Langdale an employe on her Genoa Xeb.. says a wreck has the of telephone i I! When in the city give us a call 13
: fatbr'. farm. They escaped Intd from I hanged on cross arm a -I
. '. \\"orth county, where they married i occurred on the Cedar Rapids and pole. Many women witnessedthe 221 MaiuStreet Jacksonville, Fla.5255SSSS K'l.
i -t I Spalding branch of the Union PacificI lynching. 'The nesro only asked
; 't were loon followed officers olcoanty. J I
by 52525SS25S25''S i'5 525 525 525 5 5 5'S25
: killed. Cures Colds Prevents
.i W. who curlaot a 1I"&rraIr.1 I: Two were time to pray ;
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Both Badly Damaged-Several Passengers -

Were Injured. BY I
Woodsholl. June 8. The steamer THEJXPOSITIONManagement
t :Means bad air and whether it Enemy to Health
Martha Vineyard plying between the .
: cones from the low lands and
SWEEPS AWAY MILLS. Island! of Vineyard and this
to Spend S171- : marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain p.pes nand
board I
having a large
port, on number
I is the
towns its effect upon the human system same
of pasengers, the United States i 000 on Last Bui1d4n .
; These breathed into the !
atmospheric poisons are lungs; an J. taaeea .
mail and a heavy freight, collided with i I ,
by the blood and the foundation of some long, debil.tai.ngr. : :::aui a : t
I a fishing schooner off Vineyard Haven I' $250.300 IN LIVE STOCK Fh.rLwThis Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia torpid and en.irx"; d ... ." t

'I in a dense fog today and wu badly troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to, that ..n.. uv.:'?. foa. ;

Pocelot S. C. Is Said to Have Been damaged. Is a Greater Amount Than Has Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system **Mq 1

I One man was seriously injured anda. Been Given for Similar Purpose t:.:! the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current te... j

j number of passengers were mad I All it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break tivs.rk
I unconscious by the shock of the collie Foregoing Expositions-Japan the and carbuncle boils abscess ulcers and vihooa '
Almost Completely Wiped Out. skin eruptx** el aa
Ion. Appropriates 00,000 Yen. indolent character appear depleting the system and threatmaf life sUttf. j
The dam, to the steamer was all The and that and weir kea the Sod .l 1
Sc germs poisons oppress a -...
Lcuis. Mo., June 8.-The ecu f
above the water line and she succeed
tract the life-giTing properties of the blood rtnderii; tt thin sad Wn saeese j
for the erection of_ the Lsst ,
e i in reaching this port. The name o
the be overcome and carried oat of the system before the p.lbftt eu .sp. MI _
big exhibit buildings of the LOll
I of the fishing schooner was not ascertained ::
get rid of Malaria and its elects.: I
MILLING DISTRICT IS DESTROYED. owing to the fog. She lost her at lana Purchase exposition has been j I S. S. S. does this and quickly pnxfoc as eta .
a cost of J171.0 0. Annour :neat
fore ri g1ng.
change in the blood reaching wad
has been made that the sum ;_* ..ipartbY' ; every off *u..
the I lating them vigorous., healthy action S. s 5possesses .
exposition tie
DIAMOND IMPORTATIONS. management for not only purifying but tone
I ,
prizes in the live stock department:
u< }the general health improves, an>1 tile asp

Property Loss May Reach Over a MillioQ) Dollars Heavier Than America.Ever Known Before In the amounts aggregate to $250,000.of the or appropriationsmade more than I increases almost from the first dose. There is no Sfercury. PO
or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely a 'Y'fttabk rashly.
New York June Americans are by all previous international expositions i Write and will
about k
us your case our physicians gladly ip 'III yy
and Loss of Life May Be ppaHiqgLotestReport going diamond mad according to the The live for live stock exhibit prizes. their advice to regain your heaHiu Book on blood aad skin dtsarei -.t
stock department will have i
figures given out by the custom house free.
I TIstswxr'TsPICITIC co.. AU....
here. about 30 acres of ground and about 50 c..

four Known To Be Dead. Diamonds and other precious stones buildings, besides a grand amphitheater i

.. : : and arena for an eiiibit! ring. ,
worth $ ,-I.oro, were imported in thE ----- ---
I month of May. This Is greater thai Mr. Allen V. Cocrell has telegraphedfrom <

bpartafibarg, S. C. June 8.-.A ter tory" houses,in are.the utterly destroyed.We of cur God. ifl More any previous than $50Ot'month.QOOO worth of dia "Consul Washington General D. C.Long, as ,follows at Cairo: ROLLIIM5 (COLLE l lTI f
beg name
rifle flood caused by a storm reaching moods and other gems have been imported writes to the department of state that
that the clernevery'lere
of cloudburst last and common Egypt has accepted the invitation to
ti* proportions a ; since; the great May panic of!
Light, has practically destroyed the makes a special appealon 190L participate in the world's fair and that tiT" R OFEKOCTOtSLR I. IMJ.
June 7 for aid tot onlyto
II111llnl district of Pacelot and CLftoe. Sunday. The increasing great demand for the the khedive has appointed H. C. Law-
but to
foo3 and clothing
ford commissioner to the exposition.:
atones has Increased their ---
price s< -
The property lo.. will probably furnis shelter for the homeless and that purchasers find the stones have Mr Huntington Wilson secretary of a

reach $1,5wai'O. rebuild: their houses of worship. proved fine business Investment. the American legation at To -"% and Announcement :
"Ail be sent
At Facetot the following damage ii contributions, should charge d'affaires in the absent; of the

ported: to Z. T. Catleberry treasurer relief WANTS ALABAMA CHARTER. American minister sent the follows The following departments are open for entranoiies -

Mill Nil 1 has been washed away committee Gainesville: 06. cablegram to the government at Washington .rt : ::1ee. 3 ,.;.. 3cws
: S : : s.ae-y. X ak s.w f
Mill No. 2 Is cestroyed. which has been forwarded ta
totally BALTIMORE AIDS GAINESVILLE. Columbus, Ga., Street Railway .Will :"s 2::l. Ecliis Scid rfis rx"rruslaz
The dams of the three mills an : President Francis: .
Extend Its Line "The Japanese diet a r::; Sicd .M. Firs JLns, S."irs&hsl rf r...=eiti: Jt hiueiil .'Mo... '
IOn has passed an 1
Perrr.nent Relief Committee Forward Montgomery Ala.. June 8.-Declaration
The warehouse of Mill No. 1 washed appropriation of 800,000 yen for the St. --- -- _. .
$:.COO in Clothing. of incorporation of the Columbus, 1. 1
away with total stock of goods and Baltimore, ltd. June 8.-In Ga., Street Electric Railway company Louis exposition. The trustees announce as president of the college to*acce 4 tr. Cr ri J(. wer1. :
cotton. a telegram from. Mayor Parker rrsposeto of his been fi'-cd with the secretaryof I A yes is about 50 cents ta Americas D. O. resigned. Her 'William Freemont Blackmaa, Ph. D. *.... tlTk. ..... fI J
Hotel. Presbyterian church liver money. Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Yale Carrcrsity from teen !. ip*. sat a fealty '
state. Its is to extend Its
Gaiaesnl, stating that 'the storm purpose
table and nearly every building tt of twenty professors and instructors. All inquiries may be addressedl.tfc*rtUs.t ,
the town washed sufferers needed provisions clothing Uses from Columbus Ga.. through ththe DEUTSCHLAND UNINJURED.
la reported the entire town hat sad household goods, tie citizen' per counties of Lee and Russell and M ,
mament relief commttee met la tnmayor's been wiped from the map.At office and issued aa appeal The corporation names Warren Wtt and Resume Journey. W. F. 5L/ICXn/Ns FRE5. WINTER FAX, LAS ;
Clifton Mill Xo. 1 has been de
to the public for $2.500. slams K its Alabama agent The ia- New York, Jane 6.-The steamer

troyed. The resolution adopted recited that eorporators are L. G. Bowers W. M. Deutschland which grounded last .
Tbe loss will be appalling
fad the property destitution the committee "deems it superfluous Moses J. R. Ivey. W. Wk Gerrard, tight in Gedney channel has suffer r

on Pacelot; : very river greatLocated there wen to make any extended statement a: E. B. Mur ock and W. R. Truman. It 'ed no damage and as soon as she ii i I

to the condition existing BOW at already owns a line in Columbus. floated will proceed on her voyage
farse o' the mills of the Pacelot IysUm
In addition to the one at Gaines Gainesville: Ga., amt it sincere across the Atlantic In. the meantime For June ApplicationOn ,
tllle GA trusts that our citizen will as heretofore Fire Lots of $5,000. she is in no danger, although
wrecked by the storm 01 .
Monday, The total equipment of the respond promptly and liberally. Philadelphia June 8.The 5-storj surrounded by a heavy mantle of Bearing Trees Use

three mills at Pacelot is 60.000 spIn A* the committee is without definite building at :Chestnut. street occupied t imoke and fog. ,4'

tin and :.:00 looms. information aa to the transportation oi By eight business firms, was Blame is placed on the first-class ;
these contributions will be by fire early this and their friends for
The Pacelot river at this place de supplies, partly destroyed passengers the FRUIT
Tlop 3,000 horse power for commer confined to cash for the present, and morning. The occupants were th accident Captain Barends, ia comet PERUVIAN AND MANUREA

dal purposes. The mills consumE until more definite information is obtainable Hilda Cgar company the Wilson man mand of the ship figured on crossing

about 30.000 bales of cotton annually. as to the wants of the suffer afacturing company, shirtwaist makers the bar at 3:15: o'clock yesterday afternoon

ers." ; Liceaweaver t Co, Morris Go but so many friends of the

GREAT HAVOC WROUGHT. It was further decided that clothing roschoosky shirtwaists; TIchenor Hal passengers crowded the vessel that HighlGrade. Natural Guano Formula. Entirely Free from AU

be bought at once and sent tc company; Matthews & Pilgrim yarn she was late In getting away. In the

five Thowcand Bales of Catton Swept! Gainesville, Ga., the purchase to be spinners; Shaley &: Baker book binders I interval the smoke had settled over, Forms of Sulphuric Acid.

paid for when the contrubutioos are ; Benjamin F. Bergman pantaloon the harbor and bay and the big steamer

Away. I received. The relief committee sent maker. The total loss is estimated M hat to crawl slo.-110n her way out Send for our new books-

Greenville! 8. C., June 8.-
oc has been wrought by the clotidbursi Ing to Gainesville, Ga. The clothing 1 ij slow bell when she struck and the engines Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"

tad flood and reports are rapidly com for men, women and children. Mayor Klshlneff Relief Fund. Here reversed but despite this

ia{ in which show the destruction tc McLane John S. Wilson James C ChIcago, June 8.-The committee Is! she buried fully half her length in

have ken complete. Gorman Eugene, Levering and Blanchard charge of the Kishineff relief fund has the mud. Communication was established

Pour people from Clifton mills haulbeen Randall were the members ol ceased Its efforts to collect money. with the Marconi station at Fire WILSON & TOOHEr? FERTILIZER COMPANY

seen floatfnc by In the rivfer. NBMiEtance < the committee present at the metro? "We feel that we have contributed Island and from there the news wa

could be rendered.! enough" Samuel J. Kline the treasurer sent to New York.Suffering JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

One thousand bales of cotton wen THEIR SALARIES INCREASEO.t of the fond, said. "We have

washed' away from the Pacelot ware forwarded J10.000 to the foreign con Will Follow Storm. OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS.

loose at Mill No. 1. t Annual Readjustment of Pay cf Postmasters mittee and have J9,500 now on hand Columbia, S. Cn June 8.-Destita

Two thousand bales of cotton were This will not however, be sent until tion will follow in the wake of th f

destroyed and carried away by thflood. < Washington, June S.-According to We hear from the people on the ground. storm which swept over the lower part

the twentieth annual readjustment of The money furnished by America of Richland county Tuesday sight 1

The storm came last night at 6 p postmasters' salaries, the changes in should relieve temporarily the sufcer I The or-cdition of some of the farmers
lasted the compensation of !U < < > > > i
n. ant until 11 o'clock. Th Georgia postmasters fags of many people. is pitiable and the loss of propert _
rainfall was equal to a cloudburst are as follows: I will aggregate several thousand

A heavy gale followed the storm. Conyers, Ga.. from 11,000 to JUOO; Charged With Killing Her Child. dollars. The farmers who have lost

Factory and churches houses any Fort Valley Ga.. from 11,500. to *t,600; Savawiah, Ga., June 8.-Camilla their crops can ill afford the seed necessary

i public buildings have all suffered tin Gainesville, Ga, from $_,,001) to .-,100; Gray, a white woman, was arrestedby for replanting .nd, Indeed 11 Fern Hill

same fete at Pacelot Greensboro Ga., from Jl.NM to $1.300; the polite upon the charge of murk I is so late that a crop might not ma RyeH.

The Southern trains are all tied up Haakinsville. Ga., from $1,500 to der. She 2 II suspected of having I ture should it be planted now.
M many bridges are dona. The brldgt $1.700; LaGrange. Ga.. from $1.700 tl.SOO poisoned her 5-months-old son. The I

at Arlington several miles above herE $ ; McRae. Ga.. tram $1..OO tc >mother claimed that the child's negro Lost Lives In Blizzard :. ROSENTHAL d: SONS, Distillers.

on the Southern !$ gene $1.3f> ; Maretta, Ga, from $:!.lOO tr nurse had administered the lau<5aaan: Great Falls, Mont, June .Won

The trestle at Duncan's is washes] $2200 i ; Moultrie Ga., from $1.700 t$1.Sl0 : and then made her escape. The nurse has been received from Leth bridge CINCINNATI OHIO.

way. ( ; Sandersrille. Ga., from $15 girl surrendered and declared that she Of the loss in the recent blizzard of

Many houses en route are destroyedAll : to $1.600 Senoia. Ga.. from $15' had seen the mother administer the two small sons of J. Derrick a sheep!

trains are at a standstill Sl. t>0; Sparta, Ga., from S1.:.... t poison. herder. The father was six,days find e

pedal is being mare up here to takE $1.300 Statesboro. Ga.. from $1' I I Irg the bodies of the boys. They had

the place of No. 39. to 51.4CO. ThomasviUe Ga.. ire:: Gulity of Manslaughter. i been dead eight days before he could This is the whiskey you hear I rrapft:

Train \o. 36 from Atlanta was stopped $2.0->,0 tc $2.400: ; Thomson. Ga. fr Chicago, June 8.. ucion teamster, I. get them into town to bury them. Derrick

at Greer's. the bridge being wash j I I.1 $1.2tK) to $1.200; Tlfton. Ga.. f:' Abraham Covert, has been found gull wag living with his children in talking about when they say

away. $1,7UO to $100; Toccoa Ga.. fr;;,... ty of manslaughter by a jury in Judge a tent when the blizzard broke.

f t he river here is highest! la 14 years J1.2W:! to $1,2"'0; Valdosta Ga.. LAW McEwen's court. Covert.killed Samuel "That Good "

$ .300 to $!.4'.v: ; Vienna Ga., frc_: Gates, a commission merchant Sentenced For Life. Whiskey

TRAFFIC SUSPENDED. $1400 to UOO; Waycro&s Ga. fro:: Union troubles resultng in Gates ilriv Heiraa, Mont, June 8.--James K

$2.30:! to $!,-(!iO; Wiynesboro. G.. tug to a railroad freight depot to receive Kearly was today sentenced by Judge It has held its place at the head of ..
Serlcui Washouts on Southern Rail from $1,4)() to $1,500. a. shipment of produce broughton Smith to Lee imprisonment for thE

", .y's Main Line. Come of the Alabama readjustmti:_ a Quarrel in which Covert strucl murder of Thomas Crystal Kearlej column of High Grade Goods fee

follow: and kited Gates. Five members ol was one of the! best known civil andalnizs !
Charlotte N. O June S. I
All :
Oft the main line of the Southern- tra2 rail: Attalla. Ala.. from $1,000 to $1.Z-K); unions served on the jury. : engineers ia the northwest many years, on what? Its Merit

way betueea Charlotte and GreenvilleS. Troy Ala.: from $1,800 to $100. Textile StriKe oroicen.Philadelphia ..

C., is suspended today because ol Taylor Dismisses Maehen Case. June 8.-Reports froa

three washouts, one of which Is the Decree Means Virtual Blockade. Washington June 8.-Ooaimissioaer Manynak district: today says the strike

Pacelot river brfcfge. a :-span struc Washington, Juce S.-It is probablethe Taylor today dismissed the case of the textile workers there has bees STRAUSS & CO.

tare near Spartanburg. S. C. United States government wu. against A. W. Machen, former super broken and a large number, If not all

Trains are running by way of Colum recognize the legality of President Istendent of the free delivery service the strikers will return to work next

ba! anI Greenville. Castro's decree closing the ports in of the pcstoffice department whict: Monday. A mass meeting of boys and Distributors.Ocala .

MINISTERS MAKE APPEAL Venezuela %now ia the poeeeswa; ol was pending before him. The dismissal girls was: held in Kensington todaj

the irsurgents. Technically this de is due to the fact that the grand for the purpose of perfecting than Florida
crt does not constitata a blockade. Jury indicted Maehen thus renceriEj organization. The Kensington mil
Country at Large Asked to Help the
Little City eJ Gainesville. but practically the consequence of Its further action before the court uncon employed about 8,000 children.
enforcement would be similar ta one stitatiotaL Maehen was present! wit
Galne3vue! Ga., June: 8.-The ministers
cf Gainesville have Issued the No foreign vessel has a right to trade an attorney. Life Term Convict Pardoned. < < ( ) ) ZJI

the ministers ia a closed port under pan of eeiz Columbia, S. C., June 8.-Govemoi
following appeal to Company's Effects Attaches
ure and that is the penalty Imposing has issued
Hayward a pardon to Car
everywhere for aid for the storm sufferers Lexington Ky., June 5.-QT.ce taro -
on captured blockade runners. It ii to Gadsden, a negro, who has served
: B'.ture, fixtures, franchises end effects
assumed that Venezuelan, government 23 years in the state penitentiary.
"To the Pastors of Oir Clergy ana of the Bluegrass Consolidated
will have ready a suitable number Tray Tie crime for which Gadsden has served JAS.JLGRAH.Uf. President. GEo.W HM: e foes
Our the
Commoj Country: \Ve. mrnIsters tioa company, headed by Senator Da
of vessels to make seizures and enforce nearly a quarter of a
century was
o! Gainesville, Ga. beg a geaeroiis vis, of Detroit fed capitalized at
the decree. It is known, that! the stealing of some cotton seed fromacother
people to open their hearts morewidely $7,000.000 have teen attached by 3t.C. The First
for son time past that government has negro. For this offense the National Bank
tor the assistance of our styles' A2for3 on aa alleged account clJ !
en co'inmwuty. Liberal contributions bean quietly Increasing the small nu- 2,70ft attorney's fees. Dam is cry law now has a lighter punishment! but
dens cf the navy Mt at the end oithe ; 20: years ago it was a matter of life
have been made, but these The
already of the city. company proposedto OF GAIXESXILLE. 1
allied powers.
blockade of the In
have only sufficed for Immediate 9teiiitie. build a net-work of interurban, tractors ImprisonmentWill
; .;. urgent ports. If not, then aa paper lines in the bluegrass
region and The l
blockades are not recognized in iatsmaflonal Only Chartered Bank in
Alachua C0 nty. \
"A great many homes have been destroyed has: begun work. Compete For American Derby. ;
law nation <
each must determine
and several churches demolish Dropped Dead In Banic. Chicago June 6.-Irish Lad. wiazer

e edWhite and colored have suffer the! for decree itself of whether closure.it will No respect Montgomery, Ala. June 8.-L. R of the Brooklyn handicap will be a Capital. . . . . . . . . ' . i tit 9 f

*i alike 0&3 house of worship for tics has bees yet received here of tiMreportel no Farrier a prominent citizen .t Let competitor Ia the Americas derby to Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . :1. It
the. whites and four fpr the colored hatchle. Ala., dropped dead in tie Far be run at Washington park June 20. Does: exclusively) s banking business, with fwilhto
English against the uaual" b.nft 1M
protest a. a
;BgTesa-38s have tee& eaZirely swept I This statement wiu made officially state 8olict the ,
decree but something of the kind Is ex ley National bank today of heart fail : accounts of Farmers, 3lerthaw. .
away. One school bouse is a total peetd ure. He was drawing a check when today by Secretary Howard, of the! Etc. Interest allowed by@p@CialamDgtmee.r. $

wreck. >0 homes besides the JOG fie- _.- -- -- b fat 'WWisttan Park clubf .n ,. transacted prom ptl1.

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I L TROOPS ORDERED House of Commons Extraordinary Debate Bad State of Affairs Existing In Smith I

Causes Comment. OF JETf AND WHITE County, Miss. Chain It

London, June 11.-Perplexity 1 le the Memphis, June 1*..-The reign of no than its IJ

\ keynote of this morning's editorials lawlessness in Smith county, Mississippi weakest link. A

TO MORENCIA ARIZ. on the outcome of yesterday's extraordinary Judge Redwine Overrules a during which one white man was deficient fertiazej t

I debate in the house of commons Motion of Defense shot from ambush and killed and another L POTA5U'

and much Ironical comment is wounded by negroes, has hada

made on the'figure of "each. for-him terrible sequel. J
self" that the cabinet cuts. Th4 Tory The death of Mr. Craft and the serious

Lives and Property Are Thought to Morning Post describes the sitting as Defense Wanted Leading Spirit In shooting or Mr. Boyle worked the
a "spot harrod" debate In which everyone people up to a high pitch, and war
the I Famous Feud Admitted to Courtroomto is just as dangerous as a
played "spot broke" and says was declared on the negroes. Four

Be Endangered. debate has not cleared the air, but Assist In Adducing Evidence, but men and one woman were killed and chain with a cracked link.

I shows the air wants clearing. Court Objected. eight or V n others badly beaten:
This idea permeates .the commentsIn Host of the other negroes in the

this morning's paper: That even Jackson, Jume 11.-The sensation of community have been ordered to leave,

THREATEN If the catinet was content with the the morning in the trial of Jett au3 and should they heed the warning,

: STRIKERS] TROUBLE. "open mind," and Mr. Chamberlain White on the charge of murdering At- peace would probably be restored. It needed Our money by every w'onhg man aio books own arc 3

retains hli seat on the ground that he tor:1eyIarcum: was the attempt of Is baid: that the killing and floggingof a held and a plow and ho desires

has only inflted the country to disCuss the defense to have James Hargis, a the negroes was done by men from They utjree.lo get the Send most jmsul out of card.CERll then.

the question, such a patching up leading spirit in the Hargis feud. which :I the southern part of Smith county, V.-J KLI

cannot possibly last long and that a has caused all the trouble here, admit- the noted Sullivan's Hollow community t\

Turbulent Foreigners, Numbering) Over 3,000 cabinet break up and a dissolution ot ted to the courtroom. Judge Redwine who were from the same section New T.rt w0R'i

parliament I is not far distant. ruled against it. When the court convened as the white victim, Mr. Craft.

The latest gossip to beat informed the defense made a motion to The names of the dead negroes -

(Ire on a Strike at Moreqcia and quarters Is to the effect that Mr. set aside the empanel of jurors completed eould not be learned.

Chamberlain will not speak today and last night on the ground of irregularities The Poet Office Drug Store in keeping -
that he will not resIgn while the gov DIED IN COURT ROOM.
in the selection of the
Violence (Icting-Governor with their general reputation, sell
fearing of 'I
; ernment will endeavor to dispose I names. The motion was overruled
but best. You will find
the Irish land bill and stave off a crl- and the jury was sworn in. The witnesses Colonel Albert Sydney Johnaon Ex nothing the

t Stoddard Calls for Troops. sic until October Nobody, however, I,I for each aide were ordered separately -! pires Suddenly. John R. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye

likes to predict what will happen. It I I and Attorney Neal for the defense Cartersvllle, Ga., June IV Colonel Water there. The genuine is enclosedin

l appears that the colonial! secretary 1 requested that Judge James Albert Sidney Johnson, one of the. i a red folding box. m ;

, had a long conference with Mr. Bal- I Hargis, a witness, be allowed in the ablest< lawyers of the Cartersville bar,, .
JUDe 11.-Acting Adju
jt, the letter's private room in dead in house at
hail has ordered the fcur in I courtroom to assist tne defense in ad- dropped the court
U.G.cr&I the house of commons last night, iibout 6 o'clock while engaged In a
evidence. Mr. is
[au:1tg officer of the annulment Directors of Company Meet and Take I ducing Hargis not NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE
which explains their non-appearance case in the city court As opposing
Ctlordu lu tend troops from Fort Action. an attorney, being merely a county TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
rhe house' founsfel l he was cross-questioning a
The but Mr.
Grut *nd FOTX lliucnuaaa to Moren- Spartanburg. S. C., June 11.-At a .. Judge. state oojected.
li is generally agreed that witness. He started to rise to object
Neal contended that Ilargis, beingan
Arli.. it once with a discreet meeting of the directors of the Pac .
Hicks-Beach's onset was a sur trial and! suddenly fell to the floor, his associate -
uncle of Jett at <
Ufa and held I present on 1> the
.mett 1 la command to protect clot Manufacturing Company,
to Chamberlain, who had not Julge Neel catching at him
prise Mr. Redwine .
should be admitted.
here Victor Montgomery president of Judge and dor of June. 4. D. 1yJ].
fMlertl. expected< such wholesale protects ruled that Hargis should be excluded. lie expired at once. physicians attnbuttng I will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock
that violence be avoidedL the instructed take
H, dlrtcu company. was : to Cos- in and for jlarton Stateof
I against his proposals. Viscount his death to apoplexy. I County Judge County
BOulUe tnt action of th* troops Immediate steps to have !Li No. 3. Attorney Byrd then began his opening Honda, at hu*office In Ocala, iu said county
chancellor of the excheqer un'der His father Colonel Abda Johnson, I
statement for the commonwealth.B. for an order authorizing me, as Guardian of
law In such
te It tomned br at Pacolet repairedA administration Frances L. Lesesne, the heir of the estateof
Lord Salisbury's J. Ewen the first witness. died in nuch the same way 20 years tumor
nil! order li lo response to a ca.&ea'I' meeting of stockholders was ordered Michael was feet I. F. R. Lesesne, deceased, to sell at private
had a long talk with Ewen said he saw :Marcum in the ago in his home, less than 200 sale the following property belonging to said
trto to the president from Acting. for July' 14 to consider the ques. the 'he estate to.wit: ch, west of
Hicks-Reach In the course of evenIng courthouse door and to talk from where expired.Ir.. John. Commencing 21.25
Gofcraor Stoddard of Arizona, who tion of increasing the capital stockof stopped northeast corner seclioa 25. township 13.range .
I Iera. and will raise a debate in., the with him. Tom White passed by, thenlookl"d son had been active in politics and 20. thence west 21.25 chao
litta tail S.OOO wen1 mostly foreign. the company to rebuild wrecked house of lords on the question of thecountry's outside Wag influential. He was a brother- south 39.93 c1s. east 21.25 chs. south 22 cha, east
itrike Morencla. 1 2. at Marcum passed just S.iocbi, north cbs west 7 So cbs,north eta
art en a at Mills Nos. and next 17 5.30
early in-law of John W. Akin.
financial policy of the outer door ard looked back, Judge west 30 links north 39 97 chs to beginning.aLto
The that have !ost
companies so week, with the idea of getting some said southwest quarter section 25 township 13, singe
HANNA WEDS. then passed on. Man im : 20, chs east and west 22 chs.
Miss RUTH heavily are by no means ruined, fora except 13.15 by
definite pronouncement from the gov "I am afraid of that fellow; ha HEIR TO FORTUNE MISSING.San north and southwest north east corner, and
general estimate places the losses ernment. north half ot northwest quarter and northwest
Daughter of Senator IJnitj In Mar at not over 50 per cent of the total I means to do me harm. quartet northeast quarter of sectioa 36 township -
An :instant later witness head a Francisco Man Thought To Have 13 range 20, and southwest quarter section
riijf to Joseph D. McCormick.C.tsud property of the companies. The Pa- STRIKE. ,township 21 east,
QUEER CAUSE FOR his Met with Foul Play. 30 13 range 52r.S9acres.
0. June 11.-In the presar colet Manufacturing company has loft .stol crack. )Marcum who had Said land belonging to the estate of the said
arm on witness' shoulder, released hie New York June 1-Davld J. Barr L. t'K. Leseseue, deceased to be sold lor the
of a wee and dtetlngulshed asMUa the New Holland mills, with the new of Chesapeake best Interest of said minor heir.
Twelve Hundred Employes floor exclaiming of San Francisco a jeweler and ra-
to the -
.mt4ije.. Ruth Hanna, youngest 25,000 spindle addition just completed, ? hold and dropped This :26th day of May, 1903.
t i and Ohio Walk Out ported to be sole heir to a large fortune 5-29\UKCARHT e. LKSESXE, Guardian.
4aDr'ter of Swator acd Mrs. M, XHuta whil? Mill No. 3 at Pacolet is only Huntington, June 11.-..Twelve hundred "Oh: Lord I Oh Lord1! They have in California, Is missing. Hwas .
vniUd la marriage to Mr. With these two
wu partially damaged.
the Chesapeake
employes: seen for the last time by acquaintances -
JcMph! Mfdfll McCormick, of mills in operation the Pacotet Manufacturing killed me! NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION. ;
Chicago'l & Ohio realroad shops in this city, Witness looked back and saw Oir- at a New York hotel on
it Si Ptnl'i Episcopal : company will have in thf the office force Decoration That h's!
which includes even in both Day. night room ,
at tooa todiy. Th. wedding partyctet2 neighborhood of 75,000 spindles in operation struck today, the cause being perhaps tis Jett. with a pistol gripped was found tenantless. Department of the Interior. Land Office at .
the church precisely at noon with a correspon" ., 'umber hands."I Gainesville, Fla.,June 8, 1903. !
the oddest ever known. then fled out of the door," E-wed Diligent search for the missing man
aa4 *.d down the center aisle to of looms. IS HER 3Y GI"EN1HAT TUB
employed been made William S. NOTICE
Davies carpenter
William a has Quin
said "as I thought It was I he was settler has filed notice of
a.. altar. The ushers preceded the The Pacolet Mills company an by the Chesapeake and Ohio, fired.I ran, of San Francisco. Discouragedby his intention lu make fipai proof in IUpport otJus
Balis.! M. Hanna the after when the second shot was claim, S'I.ttbat said wilt be made before
They were Howard nounces that the operatives at proof
and who te a member of the city council failure, he has lotlfied the policeof 1
saw Jett come out of the side door, Clerk Circuit Court a. Ocala, Fla., on
ef Cfcfdind. cousin of the bride off and
I ; three at Pacolet will be paid with majority
voted along a his friend's d
recently <
walk around and look into the door S1Lppearance. July iSth 1903, >
Jowph M. Patterson of Chicago a this matter will be attended to just as of the council to take from where Marcum lay." "I feel that Mr. Barr has met with viz:ANN E. NOBLES, of Early Bird. (U.. Hd. .
eouiltt of the (room: Robert Alkrton, soon as possible. Mayor C. M. Buck his authority to : foul play." said Mr. Qulnlan. "Foi 27416 for the north half cf southwest quarter of ,
.! h1"s W. Deck of Chi- mills section 14 township 15 south range 19 east. t
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); With the operatives of the committees for the
name the standing ROUMANIAN JEWS FLEEING. eight days I have prosecuted a secret lie names the following witnesses to pl'OYCb
clIO; Erarst Miner, of Cincinnati; destroyed or damaged< by the storm ensuing year this being! the termination search hoping to find him before newi :i continuous residence upon and cultivation
Jam.. Barney, of New York; William paid off, and a month's pay In hand, the and of his could reach his ot said land, viz-J.O. Williams of Earlv Bird, -
of a fight mayor Anti-Semite Press Inciting People to disappearance Fla., Jes..e S. Williams. of Early Bird Fla. '
Yt\1l1lma. of Philadelphia and Maicen the situation will be vastly improvedas chief of police. Policemen appointedby mother; but I have now asked the police Leroy Williams,ot Early Bird,, Fla., EpbraJlDParker
XcDrUt of C vf'land. Thi concerned. Acts of Violence. ,of Leroy, Fla.
far as the operatives are the mayor were discharged, and for their ad.!
auWt! approached the altar two by The mills are doing all they can in others named contrary to his wishes. i Venice June 11.-Two hundred: Rou 6.9 W. G. ROBINSON Kigister.

two. Min Florence Cobb and flu the way of aiding those of the operatives Mayor Buck, being a member of the manian Jews passed through here yesterday ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN.

Vary Kopkinaon Washlnttoa U&dinc.Wknrtni who have been rendered destitute Blacksmiths' Labor union his fellow on their way to America. They CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION. .

'sri Miss Clairt Manna by the flood. laborers demand that Davies be dis asserted that the conditions in Rou- Southern Passenger Saved From Probable -

of dmla&d. a cousin of the bride Taken as a whole, the outlook foi charged. The Chesapeake and Qnid mania are daily growing more peril Destruction. In County Court Marion County, Florida-By ,

with Vis* .U< *!lalcS. Hamilton, of Chittfo the operatives is all that could be railway company refused, hence the ous. The anti-Semite press is openly Atlanta! June 11.-But for the timely the County Jndge of said County

; Misi Virginia Johnston, of Pitts- desired or expected In the face ol strike. Inciting the people to follow the ex discovery yesterday afternoon about WHERE; E. C. SUUIIS HAS APPLIED

krr. with Min Frances Lewis of such adverse circumstances. amples of the Russians at Kishineff.. 6 o'clock by a railroad section hand lor letters ol adminutration
I I on the estate ot John Bunch. John Underwood
torUand. On.; UUi Laura McGlntey, PEOPLE IN STATE OF TERROR. The Vocea Tutoei of Berlat Rouma-- at (}Constitution a station\ 5 miles from and :stephen Vanzant deceased, late oi naitl
d rtUairarf. with ML* Eleanor Pat BREAKERS BURNED. ala, concludes an article on Kishineflas the city on the Southern road, a passenger County of Alarum.
These are therefore. to cite and admonish all
terxa. of Cttcaco a cousin of the Residents of Trinidad, Colo., Fear follows; train would have been wrecked and singular the Liudred and creditor ol ..1<1>
Flames Consume Fine Hotel at Palm! Breaking of Reservoir. "The orthodox' Russian priests have and a number of lives probably lost deceased or btiore to be and appear before tnu Court on 1

.' Th. maid of honor was Misa Mary Beach. Trinidad. Goto., June 11.-Residents done their duty. It is your turn, Rou A rail had been removed by a gang of ike iSth dajrefjulfi A. D. /9 o;, ,

KeC1I'fI, of CJerel&ftd' cousin of thiirU West Palm Beach, Ha., June 11.- la the lower suctions of the city are manian priests. Raise the cross and outlaws and robbers who did not stop and file objections, if any they have, to the -

.. At 11:30 Tuesday morning the Breakers In a state of terror over the report begin the battle here against the at wholesale murder in order to find granting letters it alurcxiul. uiucrwise the
T\t betrothal wu the smaller of the two largest hotels wretched Jewish horde which has same wul be granted u prayed.
ceremony per that the city reservoir above here laIn vietime for their greed. Witness my name as County Judge of the
faretd by Bishop W. A. Leonard, ast4 at Palm Beach was seen to be laflames. a dangerous condition and liable to brought the Roumanian people to :beggary The heavy iron rail had been moved County aforesaid,tb 4th day 01 June 1903.IstAL .

*$ fcy Dr. Bnilnjs. of Croton, break at any moment. and your reward in heaven win for enough to one side to give a train 612 oi ] K.County BULLOCK Jndge. i

...... Dr. H. MeD. Drew and Rev. The hotel building power house Fully one thousand people have deserted b* greater." a plunge down an embankment, and II -

W. H. htn. ef thIs city. Cory's block of stores, the Casino, their homes and are spendingthe train going at the rate of speed usually NOTICE.'

Tit mne!, which was of rare merit, south of the hotel, and one of thi night oa higher ground. Great HIGHWAYMEN HOLD UP STAGE. run along this point would have

'u i&der the direction of Seabnry C. large cottages north of the hotel were damage has been done by the floods meant a terrible wreck and a certaintyof

rIt> th. church was decoratedwith destroyed. Some furniture from the and all railroads are practically tied Eight Passengers Relieved of Money many persons being seriously in- In ofzionda the Circuit, in Court and of for the Manxii Fifth Judicial County Circuit, in

vlitt peoniei. fly, Immeos trees oi hotel was bared but it was badly dam up. The hardest rains ever known and Valuables. jured and probably many killed. Chancery. 3

th lower itandlng In the chtocel, aged. here have been falling continually Redding. Cal June 11.-A stage It required tools and strength to Louisa Evans, Plamua, vs. Addison Evans, Defendant.

ft4th1 Inc te the top of the windows. The losses were: since Friday night. traveling between Weaverville and remove the rail and it is believed the .-Dill lur uivotce.

Tht president and Miss Roosevelt The Breakers .. .. .. .. ... .. .1500,001] Redding was held up and robbed late work was not that of an ordinary IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
'Iff. seated In the front the .. . ._ 200,000 Addison Evans be and he u hereby required -
pew on Furniture Pillaging In Flooded Districts yesterday by two masked and heavily criminal. but that the job was done to appear to the bill ol comyuini in isis .
11&&" tli, of the church. The cer Casino cottage and Cory block. the skilled in such cause
Springfield. Ill., June 11.--Upon armed highwaymen who secured about by desperate men mui on ,
.et7 wu followed t>y a wedding about. . . . .. 25,000 solicitation of the mayor of Alton, five ', $400 and some valuable watches from dercu methods to secp. booty. H}mlaythc6h
ifnkfast senrM at Gllmore'a, 150 Other losses about .. . 5.000 companies of Illinois militia, under including one It is further ordered that a copy ol this order
the eight passengers, be
week for
published once a tour Cousecutieweeks ;
... beIng enttrtilned. The hotel was insured for 300.000 command of Major James Watsldng, woman. The robbers lined up the Peculiar Death. iu Inc OcaUt Banner. t
but the furniture was uninsured Co I ordered to Alton this morning by driver and searched Gainesville. Ga.. June 10.-A death Done this the Ith: day of May A. D. 1903.
IT WAS WATER HE GAVE HIM. was passengers and [:sEAL] S.T. SlSTRI.'oK:,
ry's block la supposed to be about Acting-Governor Northcott. Pillaginghas them carefully. Valises were opened under unusual and peculiar circumstances CAKLOS I.. SIaISrNK, Clerk Urcuit Court. :

vtrno' ef South Carolina Meets th4Cewtmor half covered by Insurance.The begun in the flooded district of and two express boxes smashed to is reported near here. Misi Complainant's, solicitor. 6-5-oj '

of North Carolina. origin of the fire Is unknown the city and local authorities are unable bits. The robbers were very abusive Mary Stevens, aged 50 years, after

Gambia. S. C.. June 11.-In answer No one was injured. to cope with the lawlessness. It during the entire proceeding. Mostof partaking of bread in which It Is said NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

to th time honored "What JMfc $ believed by Adjutant-General Smith the men robbed were either commercial that a spider had been worked in the
iwrereor of South Carolina tone Ranchman Says He was Duped. that East St. Louis! and other smaller travelers from San Francisco, dough, died in a few moments In great NOTICE IS HEREBY;; GIVEN TO CREDIT-
to say Knoxville June 11.-A special froa cities where the flood is raging will or miners. The woman was not mo- agony. Whether the poison caused distributors and all person
ernor of North :
Carolina claims
luviug or the
GoTrrnor Heywood yesterday stepped I Huntsville, Tenn., says: E. C. Brown, call for troops before night. lested. The robbers made their es her death or some other cause un J. A. ferry deceased to present against the same estate to the 01
t 3 the of Monterey. Mex.. recently traded bit known has not been ascertained. Nc undersigned Administrator within two years
cooler and drawing a glass oll of land cape. blame is attached to this 27th,day of April I90>
5,000 suspicion or anyone
*. mrkllni water banded it to Govern Mexican ranch for acres Lightning Kills Young Man. -z.St J. H. PERRY, AdnuiUtrator.NOTICE. .
In Scott county and he came to Hunt Ga., June 11.-Ldghtnlnfi but the sudden death cf Mist ,
Caarlei H. Aycock of North Car Suwanee A Berlin "Jack the Ripper. p p
fie! *' yule to locate and possess the lands struck the hones of Nick Davis, about Berlin, June 11.-The Tagblatt, commenting Stevens coupled with the fact that

Governor Aycock enronte to He finds that It is "wild-cat" land and 2 mUes from this place and instantly ,. on the recent increase in the the spider was known to have been ..
I was of value to begin with. and that Davis 14 and serfously. kneaded In the dough though the par
wWw coHege where fie ham no killed Luther aged number of horrible murders of little p-
****re4 the commencement was address, the parties to whom the original grant If not fatally Injured his brother .1 girls in Berlin, expresses the opinion tides of its body were extracted before In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit -

'tt hill to the ient flood, which was made in 1875 have sold it more John, aged 12, sons of E. C. Davis, a that the city harbors a fiend-like "Jack I the bread was cooked, has given of Florida in and for Marion County.

be W&7'd railroad traffic, the gor- than a half dozen times. He returned well-to-do fanner., They had gone into the Ripper." It points out the similarity rise to much speculation. Xarcissa Wiight, vs. S. C. Wright.I

; per *aa forced to lay over In Clunk tc Monterey, and says he will repossess the house from the field out of the in the methods of the perpe- IT IS ORDERED; THAT THE DFENDANT,

; fc: br the day. his ranch If it requires force of rain and were near. the fireplace at trators of the murders and that the TELEGRAPHICSBREVITIES.Lucy appear s.C.to Wright the bill be of and complaint be is hereby in this requucd cause on tu

I -_ arms to do so.Reception. the time the bolt struck the house, Berlin miscreant, like his London prototype Cobb commencement closed Monday the jrd, day of August,A. D. 1903.
i Double Interment of Victim. which almost demolished it. disappears into impenetrable It is further ordered that a copy of this order
AI For Roosevelt. last night.Macoj be published once a week for eight consecutive
JVrolltcm. Ga. Juno 11.- mystery.
l Is BRfiVSTlEi. is again discussing the question wcclu in the Ocala Banner.
New York June 10.-oyster Bay TELEGRAPHIC I
I I- *htadd' In
th* storm at Gaines Ibis the 25th day of May, A.D, 1903.
"I.t.:' ,u received here for burial at preparing to welcome President Roosevelt Irish National League. of annexing suburbs. |lSEALJ t>. T. S13TKCNK -

i t 1ua1nr. this County, oa Saturday. to his summer home. A committee The work' of relieving the stres *jat Dublin. June 10.-An Irish national The annual regatta of Yacht Club By H.Clerk C.S1ST&t"N Circuit Court., D.1'

1? *M that of & young man named has been appointed by the local: i Gainesville Is being carried on IB league meeting announced to take 1t Savannah took place yesterday.I. H. W. CHASDLH. ,
? r UH. nt *ho father was formerly board of trade to arrange details for & systematic manner. place at Tallow Waterford Sunday, B. Merriam. wholesale grocer, at Complainant'solicitor. 5-19

i t flestent of the Hntcherson fao the reception. Much, will depend up Emory college commencement began was suppressed by the police. The Chattanooga, Tenn., has filed a petI.

I 1 tIrJ: M Baanlni. Young LoTrorn has on when the president arrives and the yesterday with sophomore and members ,of the league, however, assembled tion in bankruptcy. NOTICE.

i 'rotter, Mrs. Henry Elder, living in arrangements will be made to suit hli freshmen declamation contests. in a field outside the town administration has decided tc

r ? r4.routon. The head was received convenience. The village will cele. The flood situation at St. Louis U at which the proposal of the corporation notify Colombia that she must act. and In the Circuit court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

: tuhl by txpren and WAS interred brats lu two hundred and fiftieth anniversary not Improved. About JO deaths bj of Waterford to present an ad act quickly on the canal. treaty. I I; of Florida, Marion County.
: tU 1104 June 21-23 and the committeemen drowning have been ffp rted. Edward the occasion I I I
dress to King on I Mary McAden, Complainant,n. L G.McAden.
< for hia
notorious connection
t fostering the hope that the to troubles at Valparaiso W. W. Dudley, II I
"' are Owing of the king's proposed visit to Ir. ,I: Defendant .
:, j51115 Attacks Cendarmle cnier.teutit. chief executive will reach there in United States warships have been ordered land was denounced.They with "blocks of five"scandal.may be TT IS ORDERED THAT R.G. MeAD EN TUBa

Zeta. June 11.-A Jewiah tim to participate. to Chilean waters to protect Waive Examination. dragged Into the postofflce defendant herein named be and he is hereby
1vty. candidates for the required to appear to the bill oi complaint in
named Frunkstein. who was American interests.Chauncey Chicago, June 11. The 24 officers The three gonmorsh1p. saidcauseon
Lsted OB a Political charge, wastnttrrogitsd Cast of Wilcox Affirmed. Dewey, & cousin of Admiral and members of the board of trade of Mississippi had & joint debate Monday, the 6th dog/Jv.1.T,.{. D. 1903.
; ;ht1< yesterday by Gen. Charlotte N. C.. June 11.-The supreme Dewey, is in danger of being lynched who surrendered themselves last week at Macon in that state yesterday.W. It is ordered that a copy of this order be published -

t- ;*%z XtvitUky' chief of the gendarmfc, court today affirmed the decision in Kansas on account of hill alleged : when'they learned that warrants had H. Babbitt, a leading citizen ol in the Ocala once a Banner.week for tour consecutive weeks

I she n hed him with a of the lower court in the caM connection 'With the killing of the N. C' commits suicide ,
upon I been issued: for their arrest for buck- McDowell county, Done this the?th day of May.A D 1001.SEALJ .
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bd Inflicted a wound ,in his' murder of Nellie Cropsy. Wilcoi has been decided In the Traofrvaal Brad 'eU's court and were held head Complainants Solicitor. 6-3-03

.,''leek.... The generals Injury is not se- was sentenced to 30 years in the pentteatdary. that municipal suffrage U not to to the criminal court.iJ"tl ., (""- ....
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