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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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VOL, AXXVI. NO. 47, OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 19 1S>03. DOLLAR ;-YKAK.I jt
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The Street Force to be Paid in Cash The Flag: Will Wave In Ocala on the :"I "To-.liorrow" never conn's. 1

Court. Room te be Repaired.The Nation's Birthday. !!! Ever know anybody who has


1r with city all council present met except Tuesday Aldermen night "I 0.M 0 0 W" ,1'|Ii'! seen it? I

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Carmichaeland Smith. t

I INABOX''! On motion the report of the boardof :'Ii
equalization was postponed until : il To day.I .
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next meeting. I

If you want to write a nice letter yo,' can do It if you have An ordinance requiring the clerk to.. 9 I 3 '
Dc. utiouer.v.. You're in a box if you htveu't the paper, and :: A checkbook goes with the
paper 11110 a nice! twx if you buy it here. We have many I't'lt"II. ?: keep records of tax certificates issued
E passed its final reading and was A way back yonder in the days account. A check is a receipt, j

POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. adopted. just after the close of the civil war the
I saves errors, saves time, friendship
The street committee instructed Nation's Birthday was celebrated in

to have the streets leading to the one of our southern cities and Solon I and disputes.

| y Anthony and Lake Weir roads re- Robinson, one of the editors of the MUNROL& CHAMBLISS i II 5

... -1 r paired. I I New York Tribune, was dispatched :, Get a bank draft, next time
: On motion it was ordered that the to attend it and report the proceed Bankers
you send money. Cost low-
>r cash paid into the treasury by indi- ings.

E _--S j viduals on street work be paid to the He did so, and the only thing he OCALA FLORIDA. satisfaction' highI .

street force This will be the savingof could say adversely was this: I
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E a grej\t Ilelll to the city over the I "The American Flag did not wave." ..'-oy1k', ;. 't!::__...;. x
li&'ll'l&' ill llillillillillillill'' lillillillillillillillillillillill1
present.ystem. i His letter was used as campaign I '

-- -- On motion the claim of George A.Nash literature by the republicans.

-- .. A ,.;.... -.... But this cannot be Mid of Ocala's
aar I ""' "'- r D for damagts! to his lot on North i : .

THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR Sanchez :street was ordered paid provided I 1 ctlebnitina on the Fourth. .. : : L; :f. ;" MOSODITOCANOPIES.

the amouut, :Si5, was acceptedin ..

DAVID S, WOODROWPHOSPHATE full settlement. .
The building committee was instructed '
have (11':1" 1 i : :&? :&;: Nickel plated.
to made in the
repairs \ %
Jjf '; ? 'r*
,. & : Patent frames.
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court room, and have same reitap.refl. all ...
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Council then adjourned ff"tt '
LAN DS TIMBER I ,
:r tivith lace.Bobinet .
Two Deaths
t 1' nets.
A telegram was received in Ocala

Sunday morning announcing the American Flag will 11 at from Plain and lace

OCALA FLORIDA. death of Mr. Robert T. Hall, who every housetop, portico, dome and trimmed.

died at his home in 8umter, 8. C. steeple.

J early Sunday morning. I Come to Ocala on the Fourth. ., -._ OCALA FURNITURE COp ,
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M jor T. C. Hall! Mr. Richard 8. =:; -
-- H. C, Oozier to Receive His Degree. E. C. SMITH, Prop.
Hall of this and Mr. Edward
till IU2ASZTS: smiS Local Editor )Ir. Geo. F. Dittmar, superintendent city

of the Buttgenbach phosphate Hall, of Lynne, left over the Seaboard The friends of Dr. Harry C. Dozier,

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. interest was a prominent visitor i to Sunday afternoon for Sumter to attend of this city have received invitationsto

Ocala Monday. the funeral of Mr. Hall, who the annual commencement of the

-- their brother.. THE CLUB HOUSE.
of was University of Pennsylvania. The I
R. E. Yooge,jr., Jacksonville, is lUlls Minna Miller returned to her
We extend our sympathy to the exercises were heldWednes day morn
lo the elty.In home at Dunnellon Monday afternoon.
Borrowing relatives. ing In the American Academy of
after a few days' visit to trieud* in t
) Wilier IUy, of Leroy, was Another telegram Sunday announced Music, Philadelphia, at eleven o'clock Cuisine First Class. Hates Reasonable

bopping in Oval Tuesday.A this city. the death of Ollif, the little ten when the diplomas were deliveredDr.

Mrs. Hamp Chambers aud song armed year old daughter of Rev. and Mru. Dozier receives his degree in

maD pq.ular with hU employees I from Orange Lake Monday Howard Dutill, who tied at tight medicine after a four yeara course in Refurnished T roug out.a Special Rates by Month.

: b liked by everybody.Mr. J afternoon and they are now occupy. o'clock Sunday morning at her par. the.University and is now a full Hedged

Bn Kheinauer leaves next 'I ing the T. H. Wallis bouse. eats' home in Tampa. physician. Ho is a member of -

Rev and Mrs. Dutill lived in Ocala class of one hun rtd and twenty-
seek Germany for the summer.M
MRS. TIIOS. J. BARNES PI OP.
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Col. and Mrs. Sic Barco and chil-
two and their friends of his
years many eight and passed all examinations

I .J. L. Emerson, who has been dren, who have been spending a few here sympathize deeply with them in most creditably. His record at .

quite ill, stay able. to be out Tuesday. days at !Silver priug, returned to their great affliction. the University has been a splendidone. -- -

-- Crystal River i'doudayatternoon. --- Dozier's Ocal friends
MM! Lutle Hmltb, after short visit Reception at Valencia. Dr. many THE MCCARTHY STORE.Again .

with Mr*. N M. Allred, returned to A full line of Whiting's tine station Mrs. Russell, wife of Mr. W. J. Uus- congratulate him on his successful

f AntbonjlTu l 14Y afternoon. ery may be found at Tydings & Vs sell, the Standard Oil Company's auditor graduation. ,
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drug tort'. All shaded and qualitiesare and Mrs. Theodore T. Muuroe, Pleasant Day in the Woods.
I Mr.Wruou Benjamin, of the East open with a fresh and
included in stock. wife of Ocala's banker
our were given a about fifteen
Florid Ice Company, has returned Saturday or twentyof well selected line of Groceries
reception at the Valencia, where they
the young crowd gave a picnic out etr. Cheap rur Cash. High-
L.
bud
from a visit to hU family in Atlanta. Mrs.C. Bitteuger daughter,
- are guests, on Thurscay afternoon, by at Oak Hurst on the uinmertleld eat market prices paid for
returned
Add atteruoon
)lr. of Monday Mrs. Henry Marcott. The spacious country produ-e. . .
Crl H. Knappe, manager from a short visit to Mrs Alexander road. Miss Jule Wiley, of Troy

the Clarendon Inn at :Seabreeze: is iu parlors were used for the occasion, Alabama, was the guest of honor aud
East Lake Weir.
Wynne, at
the city and will femain several days.Vcll't Miss Bessie Frazier serving ices, and Miss Hattye Mae Porter and Miss Free sheds for your teams.

Xo matter how small his chances Miss MacMillian the punch, assisted Violet Harris chaperoned the party. Come and see us we will do you good
( Corn Salve
t cures your corns before the Davis whirlwind, C. M. Mrs. Marcott in receiving and presenting The entire day was spent in the
without making them sore. Ask for
; Brown made a very sensible and logi- the guests, among whom woods and at noon lunch was spread
It it T1dlnlt & Co.
cal talk at Long Bridge.-Times- were: Mr. and")Irs. J. E. Inzraham,
under the trees and ample justicewas

Mr J, Starr Sternberger went to Union. Mrs Lawrence Alexander, Rev. and I done to the same. Late in the Do L PEflQOQK

Atlantic City Tuesday to visit his )'.rs. Harrison, after a brief visit to Mrs Sturgis, Miss Sturgis, Miss Kittie afternoon a number of the parents

family He will be absent about two Ruiigles, :Mr. and Mrs. Wae, of Red- -
her laughter, Mrs. El more Davidnou. and friends the children drove out
lands Cal.! Miss Annie MacMiliiau
rrrlts went to York Monday to visit her : and brought them home and some
Mr. H. B. Quires, Buffalo, \. Y. .
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o food health unless the kidneys da.ughtf'clcI. ":r.neeVf'r.thers. walked home.
Miss Dismukes Mr*. W. \V. Dew-
a!. round }.'olt'"s Kidney Cure All of the children enjoyed the day
snakes Miss Mary Little, who attends burst, Miss Dewburst, Miss Frazier
the immensely.
kidneys ritfht. Post Office Summer ShoesKindstrwvvwYwl}
VJVug: Store m I school at Orlando, returned home to and Capt. Marcott.-!St Augustine

F. spend the summer vacation with her cor. in JacbollvilleIplropois.! Interesting To Asthma Sufferers.

)Ir. Smith, who has been the guest parents, Rector and Mrs. Henry W. Daniel Baute, of Otterville, Iowa,

or his brother Dr. D. M. Smith for Little. The Montezuma. writes, "I have had asthma for threeor Of All
Col. V. J. Shipman, of this city, .
wrne weeks, left Tuesday for his four and have tried about all
years
Mrs. Conley, head milliner for Mrs. who has Just leased the Montezuma .- ---_. -.--
home at Hinton, W. Va. the cough and asthma cures in the ...."
---- D. M. HicK, left Sunday night for Hotel in Ocala, is making a great market and have received treatment Our assortment of ladies', misses' and children's
Miai Annie Tampa to be present at the funeral of improvements in the
Mathews returned Monday many place. from physicians in New York and Sandals, Slippers and Oxfords, and Men's Low .

afternoon from & two week's little Ollie Dutill, who died Sunday Colonel Shipman has had much experience othes cities, but got very little benefit Shoes is as good as was ever brought to Ocala,

'tot! to Mij Annie DeLong at Can- morning. in this business in this city, until I tried Foley's Honey an3 Tar, and the best offered at the prices. We want to

dler and is classed as one of the best hotel show them to .
andI you.CHAMBERS
which relief
Mr James Williams and baby, of gave me immediate .
)Ir. men in the state He is determinedto .
Chas. J{. Lloyd, who has been Crystal River, were in Ocala a few will never be without it in my house.I ----- -
at home make the Montezuma Hotel one of
for several days on the sick hours Monday. They were on their sincerely recommend it to all."
SHOE CO
1W : the best inthe state.-Times-Union. ,
afterAmon way to Brooksville to visit MrsVil I Post Office Drug Store. m "

liams' mother. Constipated Bowels.
--- Golden Wedding Anniversary. I
the prominent arrivals To have good health, the body
I Miss Katharine and Master Ed. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Ley will celebrate -
i U>. Ocala Houne Walter should be kept in a laxative conditionand .
Tuesday were -
Hampton, after a week's visit:!! in this the bowels moved at least once a the fiftieth anniversary of
I H wkin!!, Jacksonville: 0. W. city with their aunt, Mrs G. C. Crom, day, so that all the poisonous! : wastes their marriage at their home in Mica- The Ocala Seed Stores

I fbtwy, Hernaudo. returned to their home at Gainesville are expelled daily. G. L. Edward!, nopy, July 4, loo.'l. I
142 Main street, Wichita, Kan., writes"I
Will Thomas, a bright Monday afternoon. A reception will be held at their '
young man have used Herbine to regulate the Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
.w will I.| -' home from tan to eleven o'clock in I
fuLtting in the big Meggs liver and bowels for the past ten years
Wore,-Orange tpriujcs cor. in TimesColon. Mrs. Lipscomb, of Jacksonville, arrived and found it a reliable remedy; oOc at the morning after which there will be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf 3

in O.'ala Saturday: afternoonand Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m be songs and short speeches. At 1: we don't carry in our line what you want send

George --- ---- ishe guest of her son, W. B. o'clock there will be a picnic and in to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
Chambers, son of Mr. and Lipsoomb. She was accompanied by Arkansas Chill Tonic is the best
the afternoon free and associa
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lore lUmp Chambers, of this city, is Mr. Lipscomb's two oldest children, chill medicine on the market Tyd easy matter what it may be.
aUtlh1inr ings & Co. have sola during the past
the summer normal at tion.All I
who have been
staying with her for
nine months HSS bottles of tbis excellent of their friends are cordially

0tabge Springs.a some time. tonic. invited to be present. I ILi Iji BAXTER ,CARN Manager.



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GEN. BULLOCK FORGOVERNOR GAITERVILLE NEWS AT IRVINEBig Homestead Lands In Florid ,

PeculiarTo There are something more than
OF FLORIDA
Summer is here, the harvest ia near, Crowd Attended the Picnic- 1,000,000 acres of United States home. Mother's Ear

ItselfIn and we, where are we? Crate Factory Rushed With stead lands In Florida and tbei reason
"Many Citizens" Urge Another A WO"Q 'M MOTsu'e IAer
what it is and what it does-containing Marion County Man to Enter Gaiterville still continues a merry, Orders. that they are not being taken up as MONTH MU.1a THAT l01I sNIaav cams.N1IOVI a.o I.eNaj Pre

merry little burg. rapidly as in former years is to be P.AP
the best blood-purifying, the Race. The picnic held at Irvine Wednes- TIHt.SCOTT'S
Mr. J. T. Debusk arrived in Gaiter- found in the fact that most of these EMU ION
alterative and tonic substances and
under the of the ladiesof
A OCALA, FLA., June 17. Title late Friday night owing to the day auspices lands are remote from railroads and murrut rut tit** .'.a.ar. a**
the most radical and
effecting per- To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. the Baptist church of that place NOUM5HMINT 80 ..t cta...r _
manent of all humors and all sudden illness of his wife, who is visiting other conveniences. But this terri- 1NN OP aOTMMOTMCff*..
cures
I Tuesday afternoon a number of was quite a success in every way. CHILD.Send
weak tired her relatives here tory embraces much of the best! farm- for Irtc ma;ItMaaiTM
eruptions, relieving gentlemenincluding General Bullock, People from all sections of Northern SCOTT & BOWIE 'ltan"
languid feelings and building Mrs. J. H. McConn, of Shady, is ing land in the state and will ultimately 09.415 Pearl Street.Soc.aadfi.ooi. aaN Yalz
up had assembled in front of Martin's Marion were on hand and everybody as:J tkagat.LIroIt .
the whole system-is true only ofHood's now returning to her old Lome in be brought into settlement i|
The festive
had time.
newsstand discussing among many a good
: jaiterville. A short time ago she and taxation -Punta Gorda Herald. l'
Sarsaparilla other things the Wailes claim that board was laid with everything goodto ,I ------- ---
moved to her place at Shady, but aftera ---
4 No other medicine acts like it; was so unjustly disposed of by the late eat that mortal man could desire, Two Crops of Mangos. I '''stot2I.I '.
short stay decided she could be better i
no other medicine has done so legislature.The and the ladies of the neighborhooddid i
The trees in town are now
satisfied living at her old home. mango
'much real substantial good no I
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Genera! was heard to say that themselves justice in holding up : + E.BIGGS.
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other medicine has restored health We are glad to see her again in our covered with bloom spikes for the I ___
never before in all his life did he feel their reputation as artists in the (I
The trees
and strength at so little cost. midst and hope she may have peace second time this season. ATTORSKY-AT.LAW.

"I was troubled with scrofula and eama like getting before the people to dis epicurean line. bloomed as usual in February, but (Office in Cary-A**** __11.1)
and happiness for evermore living in
Bear loalur mr eyesight For four months I cuss the claim and vindicate the Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. J. H. Lewis, small, of fruit the OCALA '1.0
only hung on
could not MO to do anything. After taking Gaiterville.Mrs. : crop I ----- -
state's honor which had been so dis. Mrs. Moore and Miss Lyune Moore -
two bottles of fjood'i Sanaparilla I coati see
This fruit is nearly
A. W. Brass is expected to return trees. now very I U D. KCLLER.
to walk and when I had taken sight bottUf I _
and ice
be lemonade
graced by methods that ought to presided at the
could see u w.l1u si er." Susre A. HJIKS- next week from Lee, Florida, grown, and will ripen within a month. DENTIST.

l frost Withers,N.C.Mood' exposed; and that he knew of no cream table*, and quite a handsome
where she has been the past two .. The present bloom promises a large Over Munroe *k Ch mW ..BMK. plats,rTa.
Sartaparllt promise to better than to become candi- realized toward for
paying
way a sum was
cure and keeps the promise. weeks visiting relatives. crop of fruit which will ripen about
I date for governor. the new organ recently installed in J M. THOMPSON'.
There is a young man in east Gai the first of October. Mangos are a

OCALA PAR GRAPH The gentlemen present at once took terville who is wearing a broad smile the Sunday school. favorite fruit here, aud this double PHYSICIAN: AND fttKGEOK.
Office ,
up the proposition and decided that '1 he Irvine Crate and Basket company over Teapot Grocery Opp MoMrntta
here of late. We believe somethinghas crop will be welcomed.--Ft. Myers OCALA. FLA. ,
be must and should become a can:Ii- closed down their mill Wednesday
Mr. Fred King, of Macon, is in the happened which brought happiness Press.

city. date. The General bowed in thanks that their employes might enjoy T E. CHASE
"Something Doing.
to his love-sick mind. Wonder f -
and protested that he was too poor a the festivities of the day at the picnic
the well known DENTKT.
George Sprague, .
what it was?
Mrs. is having her home ou
Tyler
man to make the race, but he was grounds, though the time could onlybe moved the I OCALA. FL1
trotting horse trainer, has
Watula street I "Uncle Joe" made a flying trip to
painted. II II I assured by those present that the spared at a loss to those interestedas L. SISTRCNtt.AT : -
I Inverness Friday evening. racing string of W. B. Connollyto : CARLOS

Prof.Josiah Yarn has sold his home I means should not be wanting. That Mr. Frank Ross is at Inverness this their orders are coming in faster I the new track at Ocala, and will TO RNEY.AT.IAW.

the people wanted a man who wouldbe than they can be tilled. Every day i Room Masonic BiiiMii Oeala. ....
on Lime street to Mr. W P. Edwards. week attending court. open a training stable there. Sprague t ; | 4t

willing to be govarnor alone, and this establishment is returning checks -- -
Wonder what fellow went to has several good prospects" in his
Mr. Siomon Moody, of Titusville, is not use the position solely to carry young and cash to parties ordering cratl's'' EDWISPF.CR._
see his best girl Sunday and chrge.-1Ie'ropolls.
evening I I I
visiting his mother, Mrs. E. P. Moodyfor him to higher political honors-such and baskets, as they cannot pearl ATTORNEY-AT- .\W.
owing to her absence talked to her
a few days. a man they felt they had found in keep up with them. They will at Drowning, suffocation, strangulation OCALA r-&y FLOUBA,
Bud instead?
the person of General Robert Bullock. once install new machinery, and by. and the suspension of life pro- --- ----
Miss M. Izlar left Wednesday .
Eloyse! Mr. R. D. Stokes has a tree of the
The opinion was expressed that next vegetable season hope to double duced by the various poisons in the
for South Carolina where she Burnett
: finest peaches in Gaiterville. This Jerry
throughout the state number of the their present capacity. Mr. W. D. blood are all varieties of asphyxia ,
will spend the summer. tree stands in the oruer of his 'ard-
best men had long thought that he I Alford, the superintendent, tells us which signify absence of pul.-e. The Merchant
branches\ !! reach out over the road
Mr. J. O. Reardou went to Inverness was the best man they could select I that during the summer; large storage proper treatment for such cases, and
and of the the I' .
some boys peachesare
Wednesday on professional business br governor. say I houses will be erected, thus enabling much beside, is given in "Accidents,"
just splendid, and I they Tailoring.
guess:
before Judge Bullock. "So, look out for our Bob, old I them to be ready for the rush season one of the series of medical hand-
know. "To!see is to believe, and to books issued the Mutual Life
being
Bob, our true and tried Bob," was the when it comes. They are now divid- by I Ocala Florida.
lr8. C. H. Weekly and two children taste is to know," I uess. Insurance Company of New York. I
consensus of opinion. their the Finest Imported and
ing supply ,
growers
among
of Atlanta, Ga., are the guestsof Wonder who will fail to be at the I The book will be sent on request to. Domestic Cloths. .
With this announcement Marion giving each a portion, as fast as they who address the home office of
MH. J. M. I'.enton. any
picnic at Stokes Ferry the 4th of July.You'd Cutting Specialty
county will be ablaze of enthusiasmas can turn it out. the company, New York City.
better come. Fits Guaranteed.
Miss Gene Fosnoti and her father well as a large part of.the state. Irvine, with its splendid agricultur- .
In last! week's Star we noticed this If you have a large tract of clear unimproved -
and brother, of Lake Weir, passed MANY CITIZENS. surroundings and natural advantages -
Florida laud with value of
article. "Wonder where a certain a WANTED-SEVERAL IXDUsTKIOI a Ptt
through Ocala Wednesday afternoon is bound to become an important $llooo, to exchange for "lear unimproved sons in each state to travel for huiut erlabWeleven
Ten Years In Bed. young fellow was going Sunday? be year and with a laiie carala M CII
en route north for the summer. town in the very near future. northern town property, your upon rcnaaU and agent lot a.xesiAi eel
R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, lud., looked happy," yes he may have I legal und physical description in first profitable Permeatatesga -'" Veil
The most fertile lands in Florida are cash salary of tig and all era ehag eapasas
Miss Jessie Lew Martin returned writes, "For ten years I was confinedto looked that way, but he was'nt I'm letter will receive immediate atten and hotel bills advanced io cull ndk..
to be found in a radius of ten miles of Experience not eurntul )Ie....* r.kseeuI
,, Wednesday from Brookville, where my bed with disease my kidneys.It sure. UNCLE JOE. tion. P. O. Box W, 3uO, Fr n klinGrl"e and ejclose selfaddretMd envelope Til ,
Irvine, and the people who are so for- NATIONAM nt Dearborn M Cbicafu\ *% II.I ua
Lee Co. III. 6o3t I
cousin Miss
she has been visiting her was.so severe that I could not move I
Americans are known as dyspeptic tunate as: to own them are putting u _u I
Gouley Sanders for several weeks. part of the time. I consulted the very I

people. The extent of the disease maybe them to good use. 1
Anderson best medical skill avaiible, but could FOLEYSHOHHMARCures f1L HotnepImprove
Misses.Mary aud Rebecca inferred from the multitude of so Rev.lr.. Clounts, editor of the
get no relief until Foley's Kidney Colds Prevents Pneumonia
ate expected home next week from Southern at Gainesville, at -- Tour hti.. Witk. lit'MH.. .. HIM
called "medicine" offered aaa remedy. Baptist, Study LwiioM you MM!H4! L n* **' *MMtIrirn >
Cure was recommended to me. It has IWk-kn-piiur. Anthmet A.vi.% 'iMMrj.TriBonoiwtrT. i
Lynchburg, Va., where they attendedthe They are often in tablet form and I I tended the picnic, and indicationswere FOLEYSHONEY IAR Omnmar KJiHortrr, .StarAar. j
been a GAdsend tome." Post Office rtiyw. jcbolnrT'. Una. elr. Ten.t. i p.rvpi<4 !
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Randolph-Macon Womans' Col Drug Store. m have no value except as palliatives of II+i that he was doing a "land I stops the cough and heals lungs eiitminatioos.A tdnoed, 1. I.}:RIMES,. .lu..-*, IT-Wria";'*> '*.ilia 1

. lege. the immediate effect of dyspepsia.: I office" business for his excellent .-

Chief Bull w iu Tampa getting Cantaloupe Operators Around Martl/t. The man who used them may feel I I I paper.
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pointers from that city's fire depart- H. B. Baxter |las made a great success better but is surely getting worse. You know what you are taking.

" ment on thel best plans for using dou- managing the watermelon and They do not toueh the real cause of When you take Grove's Tasteless FLORIDA.BOILERS .

; bid teams, which will shortly be inaugurated cantaloupe farm of J. M. Metfert. He the disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi Chill Tonic because the formula is --- ..

in our department. superintended from planting to gathering cal Discovery is a medicine specially plainly printed on every bottle show (* ENGINESPipe

the morn than one hundred prepared to cure diseases of the stomach -
During tars buuiuier feiauey irregu- ing that it is simply Iron and Quininein
excessive acres that have yielded Mr. Meffert a and organs of digestion and a tasteless form. No Cure. No Pay
lantita:: are often caused by nutrition. It is not made to give temporary and Fittings to 12in., Valves, PampaSawmills
neat profit on the men, mules and Price 50 cents.
Saws-circular and drag Brit
drinking or being overheated.iAt relief but to effect permanent r ,

1 tend to the kidneja at once by using money used. The cantaloupes grownon cure. In ninetyeight cases out of every -COTTON-- -PLANT- ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

this place are sweet, and a hundred it and
Foley's Kidney Cure. Post Olllce very cures perfectly per- MIL .\. X n JII.MXi .SI' .' .' J.IIS.: j
00 large percentage runs to "forty-fives." manently. It has cost Dr. Pierce 25,*

Drug Store. Mr. Baxter is daily loading melons 000 to give away in the last year the Fine weather for killing grass.

The family of the late James J. and none are better. While others copies of his People's Common Sense Unusually cool for June. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL

extend their Medical Adviser, which has been ap Indications point: to a dry spell.A .
J. Pyles wish to very
have been getting $125 per car, Mr. plied for. This book of 1008 pages, is KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
their friends for Cotton Plant farmer can show
thanks to
grateful Meflert has received $150, because of sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent ---- -- -

their many kind attentions duringthe the large size. Mr. Baxter is pleased, stamps to pay expense of mailing only. velvet bean vines ten feet long. -.--- ---- ::

illness and death of Mr. Pyles. but thinks he can even grow better Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, Mr. Charlie Simpson, who has been

cantaloupes aud melons next year. N. Y. holding the plow handles, is now J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

Dr. W. V. Sewsom returned Sun- barrel the mammothsaw
at
J. BELLEVIEW ITEMS.A holding staves
Col. M. Martin is loading refrigerator -
day from Sarasota and other points on mill of Howell&Bell. I WHISKEY HOUSE
cars with cantaloupes daily. He
.i, the West Coast where he has been for wedding of interest in our little I Mr. L. C. Bell, of the firm of Howell !
has made a fine crop of cantaloupes,
some time past. We regret Ito learn city was that of Miss Elizabeth Ab- '
& Bell, is now in Tampa on business,
grown on his "sugar hammock"They Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
that Dr. Newsom was sufleiing'yes- shire and Mr. A. Lucius on the even- Mrs. L. C. Bell and Mrs. Walter
are sweet and the flavor is just
terday with a crick in his back.Chamberlain's ing of June 10th, at the home of Mrs. Mann were the guests: of Mrs. W. E. cc I -- --- ::
right. He has some skillful packers, i
I Will Proctor, sister of the groom, in Veal of Early Bird, last Tuesday.Mrs. *OCD+
Stomach and.iLiver and his son, Waldo Martin, is helpingto
the Pedro settlement. Cuherhoufe of Heidtsville O rt't
Tablets are just what you need when look after the business part of the *.' I

you have no appetite, feel dull after harvest.-Martin cor. in Times-Union. Dr. Lisk, of Connor, was called is visiting Mrs. A. D. Bayzier of this 1. Q ,i Cwd : ',

eating and wake up with a bad taste down Thursday to attend Mr. D. E. place. -- ;: :
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in your mouth. They will improve That Throbbing Headache Strobel who is very ill. No better man could be selected for -;.. ;:- i I I I .,: .

appetite, cleanse and invigorateyour d
your Would quickly leave you, if you used The frame work of the new blacksmith State Supt. of Schools than Hon. F. E eQ ;: -= _
stomach and give you a relish
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for your food. For sale by AntiMonopoly Dr. King's New Liver Pills. Thousands shop for J. A. Freeman, on \V. Harris, and Marion county will give S As : JI -.3
of sufferers have proved their :: =-i-
Front street is all in and
position 30
Drug Store. mMrs. him an undivided vote for that, or
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous 7-; e
work progressing rapidly on the build any other office,he may choose, when :a.!. r.t
I Headaches. They make pure blood jy. -

Ankie Green Parker, who for aud build up your health. Only 25c. ing.Mr. the proper time comes. .i

many years lived in this city, but Money back if not cured. Sold by T. A. Mitchell has been con- M. E. M. J

who for the past five or six years has Anti Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- fined to the house for several days oo
dings & Co. m Was Wasting Away. FAMOUS AXIIEIJSKU t 1HS( II IUIn\ \ t*.
with malarial attack.
a
resided in Gainesville, will leave in ,
letter from Robert ------ -
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Watts of Salem Mo. is instructive
SmithShaw.A : FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

make her home permanently. Mrs. marriage license was issued Fri- entertained a few friends at cards "I have been greatly troubled with :\Iy soo: Ryc or Bourbon at.._ _..._.''Mfl.75Iy Moo Gin at.... ......._.. .If .
Wednesday disease for five I lost My .SO" _._'n... ...... too My ioo NorthCarohn. Cora f. ti,
Parker will open a music school in day from the county judge's officeto evening.Rev. kidney years. My 3.00 .............. ..... 2..56Iy 1. 0" .. UflUrWCuTal, at t
New York where she will teach True Whittier is also confinedto flesh and never Mi well and doctored My 4.00 ............ .............. 3.00 My 3.00" >. t -
Mr. John Smith, of Valdosta, Ga., My a.oo Gin at ............_._. ._........ ..... 1.75 11y 4.00' .. .. .
and tried all
with leading physicians .. ..... .. ...
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his 0The
, the kindergarten system of music, ofi and Miss Nettie Shaw of Summer- home by illness. My --- ? ? My oewEnglaBdRumat
remedies suggested without relief.I Jug and Keg Trade Made :
i which system she is the founder. ] field, in this county. Mrs. Frank Pelot left Tuesday for finally tried Foley's Kidney Cure and a Special i Feature
In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cotl of fozt. Half- thun taaf, !'
Mrs. Parker has had a most successful i Miss Shaw is a daughter of Mr. several days visit with relatives in less than two bottles completely curedme -gaUonjug.l5C2-gaUonjug,25c3-gallonjug,35c; ; kegs.$1. *
I wen better whiskey than house in _.'
any Wrldabea I Ira
school in Gainesville and the people Henry Shaw, an old citizen of this Oxford.As and I am now sound and well." I eltgoods and//ulTmeasSe { |

Post Office Drug Srore. m Atnalorder ltconVinceyouthafwearethepeople." Term cah wltBtb.or<1r.
there are very loth to part with her. county and lor many years a patron a farewell to Mr. Eugene Hardison yonrs.aax.on.tople.e. J. F. EDWARDS.WORMS .

The best wishes of her many Ocala of this paper. who left Friday night for Boston, Notice.

i friends will accompany her to her Mass., where he will spend the sum- __ ___ .:3
The young couple 'were married Hurry up or you will set left on .......
new home. mer, Mr.and Mrs. Peter Jones delight size that the
at the bride's home Sunday. We those fine large photos

extend congratulations and best fully entertained a small party of Tent Photogrpher ia now making at !I'WHITE'S CREAM
{ The Post Office Drug Store, in keeping !
New cards
friends, at Cinch. his cut rates prices. btyle
with their general reputation, sell wishes. I and photos, 5 for 25 cents and' one Hass U QIWlIit Bert*Q..t::1J........

nothing but the best. You will find Chronic bronchial troubles and sum- : Eight candidates, were immersed ia button of yourself free. Call and get For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. (
Old Reliable Lake Lillian
John R. Dickey's Eye Sunday at three o'clock
mer coughs can be relieved work.B. .
quickly my cut prices on all large SOLD :aT ALL UGrGrST8.

Water.there. The genuine is enclosedin and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. by the Rev. Mr. Deveneau. A. CAPIEX, f'repared bJ----.... JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Lou]'

a red folding box m Post Office Drug Store. m JOSH. 191m Manager. a.W_ ++ _J'

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ABOUT TOWN. JAMES J. PYLES. 0, YE FIDDLERS. COMMITTED SUICIDE.An ,
HAPPENINGS, t S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,

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A Good Han Called to His Final Old Man, Becoming Despondent,

Master Ben Todd is on the sick list. Reward. Ocala Prizes is Your to Mecca be "Sawed"on the for.Fourth- Ends Life With Pistol. S. A. STANDLEY & CO.


M. E. KoLlu on went to Jacksonville Crowned with tbe' white rows of Mr. Philip Flukes, an old man, at
Among the many other special
Moods a useful life James J. Pyles haa closed least seventy years of age, who for
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features of Ocala's big Fourth of July
his eyes upon all earthly scenes and some years has been the cabinet Livery Feed and Sale Stables
HutchinHon of Gainesville, is celebration will IHJ a Fiddler's Convention
11.4 with the majority has been ushered
and the prizes offered are Cornpang
In the city. into the celestial city. I
such as to attract even the most dignified
Ambrose Davie guest of his He was dear to bis family, loved by wielders of the bo*. hid cot in hU place of business oppo- We carry the most completeline

C. Davis.We his friends, valued by the communityand site the Ocala Banner office Monday
P.
brother The fiddlers will furnish music! for of Harness Saddles etc.
of, prodt to the world because he morning.His ,
regret to )team that Mr. C. E. lived uprightly. i dances to be given on specially constructed rooms were in splendid order; in central Florida, and will give

:' i'' : ,'' \ stages on the court house table !.
the next
Aljoallqulteaick I his spectacles were on
The deceased was born iu this our patrons the lowest
very -
kind
and of music from
'" r' square, every to a l lamp that had burned out, a 1 1 '
William 51./Brooks, of Tampa, county fifty-three year. ago.
Mr.
"ragtime" to the classical may be ex tbat he had been readingwas prices We are thoroughly '
newspaper
Monday: He moved from Marion' to Citrus'and'from
in Ocala
wa pected. the floor his bed bad been for
on ; equipped fitting out turpen-
ryMr. -' t Citrus to Hernando county
C. W. Rnab.bf! Dunnellon, was : The prizes offered for the fiddlersare neatly adjusted and he himself was
, and after the big freeze returned to tine and lumber teams
gear, i
. a visitor to Ocal Fcidhy.511ad ., Ocala. as:: follows: Best, ?10; second best, neatly dressed,and was stretched out ,

So; oldest, $$7.50; youngest, $5. at full length on his! couch like one wagons, etc.
of Anthony is While living in Hernanrto iu 1874he "
Lutl-.- !Smith:" .. Prizes will also be given to the dancers who had laid down to pleasant dreams.
Alfred: married Miss 'Matti Hope, whosurvives
the guest of MH.X.I 51. him and whose warned life ranging from SI to $5. The best He had shot himself in the forehead AVe always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

W. II.TII4Io, of Gainesville vi14- was an exceedingly joyous one. gentleman dancer will receive S3jtlt'st ; his: hands were eroded and the t pistol Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

Mason Tison.S. lady dancer, $.; best couple, 5. 1 which had done the fatal work'
hi brother, I lay on
Itiuj There were five children born of North Side Court Hou-f. Oealst.11.i
-- For boys and girls from S to 14 years his bosom. I IWheu
A. 'tlilullt'Y returned Monday this union, viz: Mrs. S. M. Lummus, j
> I old the prizes will be, boy, $1; girl, discovered the unfortunate
from a purchasing irip to St.: Louis. Miss Tillie, Miss Mattie,James J.,jr., .

I and amuel R., all of whom were $1; couple,fi man bad been dead for several hours. d5!!!ji r5u! N55r5c5u r5 !1.ffi1lJ!! 5n i5 o5e 5u i5' ,5d "' Gay tiL
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Mr. J. Pearson Moody is home from arouud his bedside when he was sum- Theeuuple wearing the most odd He left no memorandum. Old, feeble 1

Jacksonville on a visit to his mother. costume among the dancers will receive and aloue m the world be had no WE EAT J j
moned to join the innumerable cara- MEATs
$). I doubt and dflibtv-
grown despondent,
The tru!!le :of: the University of van.He Tilt above prizreare to be dupli- ately concluded that death was preferable I To grow strong. Unless w'e get l i
was a hr.>ther to :Mr. Samuel! R '
}.Florid met m Lake: City lust Tues cnted fur the colored people, and a to lonesome and desolate 0\. goo Pylts and Mrs. Frank D. Pooler, of a ;
day. stagf i id also to be elected for their life. r rw +f it alone. There is iiot-trtngth 1 1in
this city.
I dance. Coroner Mathews LOtified but tough meal-instead of giving '
of Jacksonville was ,
Mr. Walter Hawkins The funeral services took placeat w

visitor to Ocala as suicide was s>o plainly shown no inquest it takes fctreugth to digest I \
WHO a prominent the residence at g:30 o'duck bund !
Complimentary to Miss Sparkman. was deemed it. It pays to be careful iu
Saturday. conducted by Rev. L. B. necessary.
: Friday \liss Eloise Miller gave The remains* will be interred today buying meat-be sure to get 1
went to MartelKaturdiy Warren, aud the body was laid to ", r' .,1
Mrs! Carrie INUR straw! ride for her attractive guest, unless the relatives are heard from.A ; the best-tenner aud choice.
in the 1
in the burial ground
to visit relative rest: family
afternoon Miss Eddie Sparkmiiu, of Jackson :i 4 + Pay a little more if need be and '!

for Vt"rlil wet ks. fuiu-ral. ville. The party of twenty seven New Boat Line. rnt put something in your stomach jr 1
----- It is- the hope of this p ip*r tht the 7i 1 1I
Miikr went down to ilrme out to bilver Springs iu two The Howard Steamboat: Company which will put flesh! on your
AH
Mr. m
beautiful character and life of our departed -
Dunutllor Saturday, where he has friend may secure for him a Urge wagons and spent several hours has inaugurated a new line of boats I i ) :::5 bones and strong blood in jour

toot delightfully in boating, etc. between Silver Springs aud Palatka, heart.
accepted position.
crown of righteousness.::
A picnic lunch was served on the and will operate <>u a regular schedule

i Col. J. H. Livingston returned Saturday dock and the crowd returned home during the summer. E21J221'BROS. i

week's business Staplyton Memorial Ward. I Ocala, Fla.
from a few something after midnight one and all The elegant new steamer, William

visit to South: Florida.Dr. The Church Home and Hospital of declaring their outing to have been a Howard, will leave the Springs every I
i i e5r 5c5 5'c5".5r tu u e5@5 e5"t5t''. r Faca Fa aG.5u u E t'
Orlando i is erecting a new hospital
and
returning
Thursday,
most enjoyable one. Monday
A. L. Izlar's friends are delighted Chet-
after a building. The late Granville The following young people com TUt'sdayand Friday. The Thursday
to gee him out again
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citizen of
wyud Staplyton, who was a posed the party: Misses Eddie steamer connects:: at Palatka with thesteamer
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week Uln ss. ,
two endeared
aud
Ocala for several years Sparbruan, Etna Dozier, Louise Harris Crescent for Jacksonville.As FURNITUREOF

Born, a little to Mr. and Mrs. himself to our citizens, tooK a deep Bessie Porter, Allie Van Jubau, the !steamer will be at the

Rufus Waterman Saturday:! night at interest in the hospital home at Or- Genie Peyser, Ethel Robinson, Jessie Springs over Sunday this will be an

their home in Gainesville, Ga. )lando. Palmer, Pauline Sullivan: Mattie excellent opportunity for parties of EVERY DESCRIPTION

Mr. Neil Weathers returned Saturday It li now proposed to dedicate ote Williams, Marie Bullock, Eloise Ocalians to spend the day on the

afternoon from New York.',.where of the wards iu Ibis hospital to the Miller, Mrs. Lee Miller, Messrs. C. V. beautiful run and the romantic Ock-
citizen and it
of this beloved
law in Columbia UDi- memory Miller Albert Miller\ Emmett Robinson lawaha river.
he U studying J
will be known as the "G. ChetwyndSthplj line is
Palmerl Cox Thejate fixed by the new
Harry Eugene ,
verelty.Mi Get Our Prices OnWhitmore's
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ton Ward. Charlie Briin, Clifford Ayer, $3 from the Springs to Palatkn ; $6< for .
.3 Mile Ellis, of GaineaviUs, the deceased best "
who knew
Those
afternooV Alfred Beek, Arthur Clark, Bob the round trip. This rate includes
arrived in Ocala Friday. chosen a Shade Hanger
that he would have .
say Mathews, Osco Zswadski and Troy berth and meals en route.
and is the guest of >Miss Abbie Mc- monument of this sort in :preference I
will be
E.
i Hall. Mr. Cliss. Taylor pleasedto
White Mountain Freezer
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Carthy. to all others. furnish any information regardingthe

A marriage license was issued Friday The minimum too of furnishing Worst of All Experiences. above line.reafnets.

to Mr. J. A. Lucius, of Sumnierfield : this ward 1 U $70, but this friends of Can anything be worse than to feel -Cannot--tie-Cured Arctic Freezer .

and Miss Bessie Abbhier, of Mr. btaplyton ,are anxious that it that every minute will be your last! ? by local applications, as they cannot
Such was the of Mrs. S. H. North Star Rfrigerator .
experience
Belleview.Mr. shall te furnished in a manner that reach the diseased portions of the ear.
Newsom, Decatur, Ala. "For three deaf
to cure
There oniy one way
Allan Rodgers, had presented will more filly characterize his beautiful years" she writes, "I endured insufferable ness, and that is by constitutional Chandler Pat. Ice Cracker.We .

Mr R. with a handsome buggy and and liberal charity. pain front indigestion, stomach remedies. Deafness is caused by an

horse aa a birthday gift. It is a nobby Contributions from his Ocala and bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable inflamed condition of the mucous lining Can Save You :Money.

friends for carrying out the beautiful when doctors and all reme. of the Eustachian Tube. When
turnout. dies failed. At length I was inducedto
of his Leesburg and Orlando i this tube is inflamed you have rumb-
and Miss Bob Harrison purposes try Electric Bitters and the r.cult! sound and
Mrs. Harrison be left at the bank of ling or imperfect hearing,
friends
may
of York, are visiting Mrs. Harri 'to was miraculous. I improved at once. when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
Messrs. Munrae aud Chambliss.A : Xow I'm completly recovered." For
Elmore Davidson the result, and unless the inflammation PITTMAsol
son's daughter, Mrs. Liver' Kidney, Stomach and Bowel
can be taken out anti this tube restored -
Splendid Remedy. Electric Bitters is the
troubles only to its normal condition, hearing -

Mr. A. E. Russell, of the Tta Pot Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lumbago medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteedby will be destroyed- forever:. nine ,__ _____' ________, __ _n ____
and sciatic pains yield to the AntiMonopoly Drug Store and
residence of caused Catarrh
has rented Col.Toph's' cases out ten are by
Grocery, influence of Bal-: 's &; Co. druggists. m
will penetrating Tydin which is nothing but an inflamed con
on South Third street and Liniment. It penetrate
lard Snow l dition of the mucous surfaces. A. E. DEL UEST
his family into same. and bone and being absorbed
boon move to the nerves Letters Patent Granted. We will give One Hundred Dollars ,

week's into the blood, its healingproperties The Irvine Crate and Basket Company for any case of Deafness (caused by
; Miss Fienbtrg, after a two to part i
conveyed every
are capital stock $:!OOOO, headquarters catarrh) that cannot be cured byHall's
visit with friends in Ocala, returnedto I of the body and effect some wonderful Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
I at Irvine Fla. The is
concern HARDWARE.
her home at Dunnellon Saturday i cures. :Mr. D. F. Moore, agent lars; free.
Illinois Central Railway, Milan, organized for the purpose of running
afternoon. F.J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, 0.
Tenn., states: "I have used Ballard'sSnow sawmills and planing mills for the Sold by Druggists, 75c.

Col. Sic Ban.'O was among the vis- :! Liniment for rheumatism,backache manufacture of lumber. They will Hall's Family Pills are the be&t. Sash and 1i}t\1 Farming

,, etc.. in my family. It is a Doors J' V Tools. .
itors to Ocala Friday from Crystal splendid remedy." We could not do also engage in the manufacture of Daughters of the Confederacy.Mrs. ,

:River. Col. Barco will spend Satur- without it." 23c, 50c and $1.00 at the baskets, crates, etc., will construct Fannie R. Gary, president of Mixed

day and Sunday at Silver Springs. AntiMonopoly Drug Store. m tramways, buy and sell timber and Dickisou Chapter, U. D. C., entertained 6t- Ready V
Paints Etc.
timber lands. The incorporates are the Daughters at their regular V

Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Chambers and To Erect a Sawmill. W. J. Edwards" R. L. Easterling, J. monthly meeting Friday afternoon.

sons moved Wednesday into the A deal was consummated Friday L. Edwards and E. L. Wartmann. The meeting while not very largely ;

residence of Mr. T. H. Wallis on in which Mr. P. I. Mize, of Pelham,
I The Look of an Honest Man. attended, was a most pleasant one. v.NijMMERmAL # !
South Second street for the summer. valuable property at
Ga., purchased It pays to be fair and square wheth Quite a good deal of business was

Mrs. N.I. Gottlieb and daughter, Conant on which he will erect a large er you have a conscience or not. transacted.At .

sawmill Immediately.Mr. There is a lot of satisfaction in gazingat the conclusion of the meeting BANK OGALAS
Nellie, leave in a few days for Savannah
Mize will bring his family to the rugged features of an honest Miss Louella Gary assisted by Mrs. J.
will spend several -
where
Ga. they
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man in the looking glass each morn
thif city to reside. He is a prominent ladies with lee
weeks with Mrs. Gottlieb's sister. ing when you rise. A whole lot of B. Hiers, served the
sawmill man of Georgia and will be a. [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]
money will not recompense one for cream and cake, which was very

Miss Willie Martin, a popular valuable acquisition to the citizenshipof I the loss of hi? character and ccnst'-I much enjoyed. CAPITAL $5O,000

young lady of this city, will leave Ocala. quent self respect. The The meeting of the Daughters next I
Mr. W. faced tricky sneaky unreliable man 1
through ,
Monday for Ocala to visit friends and The deal was made month will be with Mrs. J. H. Livingston I;
make some sharp trades and gather
and Individuals Solicited.
T. Wheeler. Accounts of Firms, Corporations
relatives. .
-Jacksonville Metropolis.Mr. ere
in some coin by his dishonest
,
games
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
Beautiful winter home, but m the long run be will get the Sold.
and
FOR HALE.- Bought
Clifford Ayer and two of : Exchange
two story house, hot and cold water worst of it. He will some time be FOLEY5HONMARFOLEYSHONEY t
Ocala's pretty maids enjoyed a drive estimated at his true worth and

land hea1alwatl
hammock passed .t.0ath.coaghtand
bath, fifty five acres INTEREST PAID ON'TIME DEPOSITSt'
Into our village Saturday. Comeagain 4,000 bearing trees. Situated 'on Or. by as not wanted, the same as a '

Cliff and stay longer.-Belle- tinge Lake. Address. C. C. AXLIXE, bogus'.dollar or a counterfeit bill.- TARCms w'

view New I.Leuer. Island Grove, Fla. 517tw Valdoeta Times. toldii Pnrate PawniMte. \





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POLITICAL CHIPS :
The Ocala Banner wanted Judge BETTER THAN THE REST. j
I FSiiTZ rom liltn. # .
Walter Clark nominated for Bryan's j}t Let it be said of )Jr. Carnegie that # Jim Damp bsai Mrs. Dame

L ?. 7. LeiTeiscil, Bisiiesj 1Il:16er. running mate in 1S96. he neither owns nor desires to own, a diitrttied
: FROM THE STATE PRESS. :
It is pleased to see that Judge racing stable. He may cot be an Aboat aa aacxpccttd put.
..N...................... There's nothing !. the hut .
Clark is Mr. Bryan's choice for the ideal man, but he is vastly better than uti"
The silent vote i is tbe vote which to
: presidential nomination in 1901. moat of his billionaire colleagues. "There' something better hi

i Judge Clark is at the present time, Birmingham -HlrIiIJ. keeps the politicians uneasy, but it is / than meat."

I chief judge of the supreme court of a tower of strength to the upright The pest endorsed Jim'e view

candidate.-St. Augustine Record. with vim
the state of orth Carolina. He was CAN SEE IT NOW.PostmasterGeneral .
NN When helped to "Fwe b t
I born in Halifax county, North Carolina Payne's.. idea i is Instead of getting mad at what the "Sunny Jim."

I M I fifty seven years ago. At the now plain. if any f erlJn molests!! a .new!!ptpers say about him the wire

I age of fourteen when the civil war I colored mail carrier no mail hall be man i+ thankful every hour in the day '

1 MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING Ii I broke out, he joined the Confederate I delivered on that route. Thi plain for what the newspapers know about
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO
t TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES HAS : forces and taking part in many battles white carriers must!! look out for them him but don't print Barlow courierInformant. rc

I t TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES of. the war, arose to the rank of selves.-Birmingham! Ledger. .
) WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE,
I AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FORt lieutenant colonel. He studied while it .*.. The Readyto5+ne CertA1

THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE In camp, and was able to graduate ITS DIFFERENT NOW. It is claimed that Mr. Burr will proceed

BOTTOM. from the North Carolina Universityin I In 1S96 a large number of our dem- to make a pot-metal canvass for ready for '

the class of 1566. Former Mayor ocratic friends refused to support governor at the proper time. Guy any emergency.
FRIDAY, JUNE 19 1903.
Metcalf will be the
Van Wyck was one of his classmates. Bryan because they didn't believe in advance agent,

He received his law degree at the mixing up with populists. Now they with J. Murdwk Barrs as tbe "moul-
Easiest way to make enemies ia to der of
t Columbia Law School and has par are willing, if they can get the chanceto public opinion.ApalachicolaTimes.
hire "
fnenda.
Farmers ..It Lads/'Tot..
sued law career ever since. mix up with republicans.Montgomery .
Fool will turn oat tool whether .... "Thania for 'Force.1 I ea&hne
From 18SS he has been on the supreme Journal. COLD STORAGE FOR COLONELS ADVO time a day. foils call me 'Bunnl J1m.1
F they fO to college or not. I. Took some to tie country with me on a '."
court bench continuously. Be C e CATED.It riait and the farmer oat there are .

A tactful man can pall the stinger has also been a member of the legis A DEMOCRATIC CAESAR. is time we were having anotherwar NUr.C J otcS' LOW."WILL Im.-

i from a, bee without getting stung., lative body of his state. He is recog- However much you may dissent either to kill ott'a few of our I

nized as an authority on law, and is.. from the "generals" and "colonels" who have lW-7
i Pulling from above and hoisting reasoning, there is no dis
the author of many important digests never smelled gunpowder, or to per- ,
from below makes climbing easy. counting the wit of Senator Depew'sinterview -- 1""
t and weighty questions of law. suade them to put their bogus titles in DOING THE OYSTER ACT. :
in which he says that Mr. t .iKKH tMK >il.it.N-

a Jaty means something unpleasant He is also an accomplished French Cleveland will not be nominated next cold storage. Mr. Railroad Commissioner Jetferson Ii i I A I** of kOfUe klU't i .
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p which the other fellow ought to do. scholar and has contributed to the year, and tells why. His declarationthat I B. Browne seems to be buy si>. I four year tniurr 10 Tafial .
WANTS JENNINGS: TO SAY S)}IETllI G. I *** i*
a -- magazines on different subjects at he doesn't remember "that fog nothing now.-Tampa HeraM. II I "*id to tw ia .
Give moat men a good listener and they Isn't it about time for governor ittaiaff Mw few* ,4
1 times. ...
most women enough note paper and various everodere l anybody but Ceasar the Jennings to say something? As we WOULD HAVE EARNED IT. : Cromwell (II...... fc rf,...14 MluisuntlefvUiMi

t t they will tell all they know. THE CITY OF THE DEAD. democratic nomination more than understood it he only wanted to get If Wailes worked as bard, and! pulled I If, fur if It ..). gay

three times" is as fine as split silk.- the legislature off his hands, before an as many wires, to have the government : thing at all to him i. g.M.i+..... *ttfc

The Canadian government has decided No spot within the limits of a city Charlotte(N.C.t i Observer. nouncing his candidacy for the job of pay the state's bills, as were i the guWrwtlarUI rfaOr tt !.. ".....

4, to add one-third to the tariff should be more secure in the affectionsof the "business, ill'natof.-Iadison worked and pulled to have the Mate Hub Hot vt.. b ia tb* r*,., jm'4 iwtter

duties of all German goods. the citizens than! the last resting Big Dividends.On New Enterprise. pay Waile's bill-he was certainly en- I go 'way (aek.ad lit *W*. ; .... ..Me -

I = Loyalty I is the one commodity that place of their dead. Here, as the next Monday a big dividend will .... titled tosomethinz.-DeLand News. I meutliwvleat i* tea...!r...4. ft* .Iii. -
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be paid to the stockholders of tbe .... 'InlllIlbwt't'
their silent cluster .
on Iraa,4t. .
hasn't any market value, and it's the years pas way HIT THE GROUND RUNNING. .
Standard Oil and REPUDIATING A CONTRACT.The j ....
Company we are
and the and sacred
more tender
more
can't too much for. The Hon. Frank Clark, recent Im- .
one you pay
I Ocala Banner believes the payment THE BTUCKTbrrNA$1..*.*.'
r memories of the One by one glad so much of it goes towards the I'
past. portation from Okalahoma, seems to John N. C. McvfciM blear \:
of the Wailes claim the rat iw
The fellow who has to break thebaby's of Florida. !: against
I the builders of the city finish their up-building have hit the ground running. He returns roOliti..1 15NJ...... ... b ......,
state will he state i issue in
a the
next
bunk towards the end of the Last II
t the disbursed
work and go a way to their rest. Their year company to Florida as a candidate agaInstJ. and lie ha U.ti wnrkteff it.... afl it
area: for car fare isn't goiug to be any 45OuOOuO( to stockholders. In 1900 campaign. It may be on tbe print
I places are quickly filled and civilization M. Barre for congress. It looks as 1 was worth rwtMi4 taw lyleiaatwbaw

1 L Russell gage. continues its march without evena and 1901 ;$43,000,000( was disbursed!! to though Frank only went West to go whether or not the best way to get for the !....t.t or t*.. !. tij
rid of debt is i
1i a III
repudiate a contract
You can! trust a woman's taste on temporary slackening of its pace. shareholders each year. Since January into training.-Floridian. !' "Our li.,b" rLa has .... bwantRall.

' everything except men : and it's The mothers of patriots and states 1,1900, the company has declared NN Metropolis.authorizing the debt or to. pay it. among the law IIMk4ft, iar ... a4

a mighty lucky that she slips up men leave the world, and it heedsnot J163 a share in dividends, making total SUCH AN EASY EXPLANATION.We .... j vantage of I. N. C .-to tM It to a

there we'd all be bach- payments of 168,000,000 toshare- learn from the Ohio NO BOODLE MAN. I I
nigh
or pretty ; the men who yesterday satin republican .
r fawlli..rOWelAII. wit* ..... HV* .-
t elors. holders on a capital stock of a little platform that the republican is Any man whose pretensions to the I I
the seat of council or of trade, hand party Ii waa Utn thttt snare oM "tatimet Wbw
i
In other suits than Florida the their authority to others and their less than f 100,000,000. Of the dividends responsible for all our good luck and office rest primarily upon money spent I "
st in well withbody' n<<'....'. .. ....,.
gubernatorial office is the training place knows them no more. Still 'he declared during the last three the democratic party for all our mis have corrupting his claims the electorate should body Ttwy 4. *f tfe4 t. I.

f school to the United States senate.f arth revolvts; the mothers perform and a half years John D. Rockfeller's fortunes. It is kind of Me&srs. Hanna to the senatorabip C. and hit m.d ate Ml ..!.. M

f Jennings begin the custom in share has been something like $-56,. and Foraker to settle vexed peremptorily barred our. I f we are to
so
.
may their loving duties as of old; the many have ".lid. dlwB or .. ..... /rt."

j Florida. children play in the streets and men 000,000, as he holds in the neighbor- questions for us gratis.Tampa a competition for the aenator- but it i* tll" ..... May Ny at iista M
let it be
When Senator Call wanted to forth in the to their hood of 33 per cent of the capital Times. ship competition IIf ability
early morning
l go go acd attainment know rhrt Iby. are ..... tare M JII."rl1l.l .

back to the senate Mr. John X. C. daily toil.Those stock of the company. Last year 20 N1. not of money sj-end- I pu,," h.. tewt ,.4 lose .." "f

t Stockton advised him to run for goy gone are soon forgotten; even per cent was paid in the first quarter, If old man Wailes' happiness in a log or wire-pulling.Tribune.................- 1 out, and h..w In t.t..lbt. M 11u/

t ernor--but a man never likes to the minds in which grief has fixed 10 pr cent in the fecund, 5 per cent future state as a reward for a well WHAT TO CALL 'EM. I know how ur rb,.,e Ird1N deer tMltq

in tbe third quarter and 10 cent spent life depended on the Florida "Sand Sawdutf'r" & .:
take his own advice. their memory must soon pass. But per pat, and "In
golsft to .
f4 jr MI tlMii ttlr. M 1
within sound of the never ending in the fourth quarter. The dividends legislature, he would certainly go surgent" will be among the frequentlyused dome? .
--TaHAt *Mw *k.
Pennsylvania strife and barter-the sacrifice, strug for a period of years have been a follows where it is said Dives went.a3 that expressions of the coming cam I ....

:. is kicking gle and heroism of life-U the silent : In 189MS95,112 a year; 1S96, body would find some technicalityupon paign. The meaning of the first 1 is 'i W U IT MM AM***... ,.
feet because he had that libel bill pas-
city of the dead.A f31; 1697, $33; 1598, $301599; i J33< ; 1900, which to knock out hi. 'claim'for well known. the second indicates a. Yw, it'* all ev+r, a*>4 UM siasaNetr l
I sed. The editorial fraternity all over
and name graven on the white stone $tq; 1901, $H, and 1902, $45. So far the better place.-Kiseimmee candidate whose record is such that a I have di.perud to NNr Hasa I
the state are poking fun at him
i preserver the man to unborn genera this yur, $:7. Valley Gazette. sliRht exposure serves to disable him, throughout the Mai. liters ryas Ar
defying him to send them to jail. i
I tions. The breeze blows softly over Summer Punning. NN and the last is a man who, while ctivvvl with th plaMrftt W ttorfr M

i I t is a curious combination of laws the consecrated spot and the pines "What is the secret of success?" A WARM CAMPAIGN. maintaining his allegiance to tbe pie while other* w W pwl to ILir Iltell
Evidence that shall have
: that permits Dr. Crum to collect the bend and whisper above the graves in asked the sphinx. we a warm party, refuses to obey a party man. between I hi* and MM Miexplalolfigto MGM

customs in Charleston, but does not the quiet summer night "Push::! ," said the button. campaign in Bradford county next date.-Ci tizen Rl'porter. th.Mrw.e111.auM''W

.. year is already at hand. It is generally ....
permit the treasury to pay his salary.if For here, and here alone, the living "late- pains,"- said the window. The Hon. Frank they did or rhyby *)M. *t. Wt
Adams
understood that Senator J. B. presidentof
he cannot be legally paid he oughtnot show respect! to those that have preceded "Never be led," said the pencil. the may all, at l Ie-ul. to Mto.M Mil
senate and
Crews wishes to succeed himself and one of the moot I
to legally perform the duties of them. The humblest has here "Be,up to date," said the calendar. another t w. yeas wM >*.. ...| M
of
that both Messrs. Long and Goronto prominent men the state certainly
his office.-Philadelphia Record.A equal rights with all in citizenship, "Always keep cool," said the ice. stirred hornet's fore we will dare M4tor. gaUwftof i
a nest when I
would like to wear the senatorial toga. up he
and the sentiment of the spot! should "Do business on tick," said the of the ".,i4o project la on foot in this city to With this condition as a starter it is brought suit against the Lake City
express a recognition of the spiritual clock. make our !..., aid dewtM M totofTaliYrb -
induce Californians to invade Japan plain that we shall have a spirited Citizen-Reporter for ten thousand
beauty of love and good deeds that "Never lose your head," said the dollars. _{.. ... .MW.* .. M.* M
with the products of our fields, farms contest all along tbe line.-Bradford That paper is devojjiogcolumns
live with the spirit after the decay of barrel. opportunity eel &:....= wt-*rr 1/1II
of
and orchards. It is such campaignsas Telegraph. space towards telling all U
the earthly tenement. fake light of everything," said *.** knows and not tray erf to. M.Mllg '.1 lit'
possibly
this that make the people of the something it
Deep in human nature is the Instinct the fire. WOULD MAKE A SPLENDID RACE. does not know about l.w..m ........-W.... ... 1Mtertl
world better, more closely united the dl tlnfui.hed -
that leads to the beautifying of "Make much of small things,'? said We see it mentioned in several of gentleman from I ..e.WANE .
and more generous in rivalry.-San Hamilton. ....
cemeteries. The voices of the dead the microscope. the state that Judge B. S. Lid.
papers Marianna Times-Courier. .
A .
Francisco Call. PAMMaa OH naa i "iM
cry to the living for flowers, for the "Never do anything off hand," said don, of Marianna, is likely to be a NN !, TttTY .....

There is a big boom on for Judge beauty of the green grass and the the glove. candidate for gubernatorial honors in JENNINGS FOR HIS WILL LEAVE NOTIUXi, !I; Tbe fariaree. .t Weed ....... ..1 .
SrCCtS-MjKS TO
Walter Clark of North Carolina for song of birds, for the material symbolof "Spend much time in reflection," the next campaign. In that event DO. : dlf 4 .
The general land office in *'t +p IB UMJe .... a.a ti.........

the democratic nomina the unbroken continuity of life. said the mirror. there will have to be some tall 'Yashin-- ... ..
presidential run- ton has issued i to ... ,,, ....... fill"t
a patent to the state i.(
tion. Judge Clark is not "strenuous"nor The cemetery reflects the enlighten- "Aspire to great things," said the ning done to beat our distinguished Florida for 3,000OuO acres of Und ID I J l 1 of t.II t......., .. IVMMaMfu

wears a "coat of many colors," ment of the community.-Palm nutmeg. ex-Chief Justice. Judge Liddon is the Everglades I "*."y aM t.eiest u.I ...r.... P1.-

but is dignified, able,and would do Beach News.A "Do a driving business," said the not only one of the brainiest men in belong to the state.recently These adjudged land all to I I AffrtortUMi (....*. .f" t* to

away with the flambouyant dapdoodlelsm -- I Fugitive on the Face of the Earth. hammer. the state, he is also, and deservedly, lie south of Lake Okeechobee and in I brat all what .... tow ....... **

now w wretchedly conspicuous President Cornwall,of the Bessemer "Do the work you are suited for," one of the most popular, and we predict I elude not only I the Everglades, but Iatewi.d. A* .... ..... .... 11Mb

at the White House. I Savings Bank of Birmingham, Ala., said the flue. that if be does run for that high the mangrove swamp section* til! ,j I DOt a retwK, M are aa My wy

'I i is short $250,000 and a fugitive from "Get a good pull with the ring," and responsible office, Bob Davis will further south. This is another instance W..U6td w ti.. ....... .. U 1Mour.

Beeveridge, the "atrenuous" young i justice. said the door bell. have to do something more than "jess wherein Governor Duing.1- | ..e .,.. ... ..... Rtptw W.....
J
{ eenator from Indiana, wanted to beRoosevelt's i In a letter addressed to Cashier "Be sharp in your dealings," said latt," and even then it is two to one has accomplished of toe ".......l...... Wtelft .... rea

running mate, but is I Cockrill, he states that he had noth- the knife. that his levity will turn to grief.- benefit of the state.something for the I CMght 01 a .tt.. *4 iujj,.. ....

turned down. Teddy alone wants to fug left for him to do but "wander on "Find a good thing and stick to it," Holmes County Advocate.A Enterprise. Madison New I age a law. .....! Amt ;... .... ..wdI
be the matadore in the fight and receive said I the i
glue. ..
the face of the earth, or become a .... I,i beat teaJ4.alie .. lie .Nher. n-
all the wild applause and wav- "Trust to A LAW UNTO 'J 1 he
stars for HIMSELF. Tampa Herald
your success that
convict in the state mines. suggests fat mete 01 W..c telarNtt. Iitreetgl tM11'eat

ing of handkerchiefs and umbrellas President Cornwall speculated. He said the night""Strive The Ocala Banner earnestly pleads Bob Davis better begin working overtime Florida ApUiISSs rt'Ms

from the spectators. He wants poor to make with Gov. Jennings to the his
wanted to get rich quick. a good impression, respect on campaign and in addition asked tor the a.......... .t Nr P
old Taft to play second fiddle.A said the seal.-Life. unanimous recommendation of the : "He will need
Poverty is uncomfortable but is not says a good supply of 1C Yoegf, ., Pa.aesk. Me tatttMdi

careful test at Ann Harbor, disgraceful and a good conscience is Hearst and the Public Schools.In county executive committee of a can- I it before the end of the campaigncomes i lot him, Ju4g K. npointed. .. Tree .,.
didate for the in the office of and
better than vacancy I plenty of
consolationafter
Mich., has demonstrated that the riches. regard to his ideas of public I Agai.K >lr. MML pas-
collector for Marion county. The the nomination
* average college girl after one year of the *. schools, William R. Hearst, of the -of another ally D* blttg Ma i... MM, .tort way S
Banner should remember that Florida's "
L.
man- made. Take i
friend'
a ad-
gymnasium work, gains about 37 Funny how poker terms continue to New York Journal, expresses himselfas I city lawyer Itkt t.. '"r F. M. Mt'
Democratic
Governor is law vice.
cubic inches in lung capacity. This creep Into the sayings of our great follows: a Brother Walpole don't put up ton, of lamp, .-M to .........
II unto himself and that democratic
county any money on that. "Our Bob"
indicates a correspondingly large in. men, Roosevelt says the negro shall "The public schools should be good. it a to such a | &H k .**w ripe! A*
The public wealth should make them : committees, representing the sure winner, not because the Times- ken of wuet .. 71 assess wilt
crease in ability to talk without hav- get "a square deal" and Hanna advised pe f4 *
BO! superior to any private school that democratic people of the respective Union says so, but for the reason that do well torwute tW to Malt
to stop for breath.-Pensacola the Ohio convention to "stand J s.asp
ing no father could afford to Bend his counties, have no rights that he feels he is the choice of the peoplt'1'IwPIJ'Union.
:'I books against the day W v4t.| -
he
pat" tariff.
on
Journal -Atlanta Journal
child to any, save a public school. bound to respect-Pensacola Press. .
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VOL. xxxvI, NO. 47, OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 19 1903.! DOLLAR A YEAR.

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w IL1ZABITH SABSIS. Local Editor I II GOOD ROADS{ VISITORS. Ocala Star. I'' ,

I BROWN WILL SUPPORT BULLOCKA

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Tee Good Roads Convention just ad. representative of the Star called

journed at Gainesville was the most upon Senator Brown to learn his
views as to the contemplated candidacy -
t It looks like it will be "Our Bobs." successful ever held in the state and
F of General Bullock for governorand

Mr*. C. E. Herrick,of Crystal River, the Marion county delegates are tell- found Mr. Brown in a most amiable
ing all sorts of beautiful stories otGalnesvUle's state of mind as to same.
wa in Ocala yesterday. Mr. Brown said that as soon as he
warm and lavish hospi- saw in the Star that General Bul ,
lie v. Mr. Boswell, of Lakeland, is
tality. lock's friends would make an effort to WANTED

visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. E. The delegates were not allowed to induce him to become a candidate he !

Abaou. promptly sought an interview with the
pay for a thing-they told "that
were
General and assured him that while
t On the first indicative of kidney I their money was counterfeit and he Brown had in good faith announced -

trouble, stop it by taking Foley'a Kid. wouldn't In Gainesville.!' him as a candidate for gover-
pass In Ocala The of
ney Curt__ ui Mr. H. W. Long, notwithstandinghis nor and that before doing so he had I on 4th July
carefully surveyed the field to discover ,
Mrs. Henry Shoeflm and two children '
protests, was elected president, what available men he might haveto
are the guests of Mrs. Bhoeflin's; contend against, and believing him-
and Mr. J..W. White, secretary.A .

sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood.Mrs. number of the delegates, visited General self fully Bullock equal to would the task consent yet to if TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE !

Lou C. Lynch and son, Hais- Ocala upon the invitation of Mr. make the race that his candidacy was

the oft Long and roads at an end, and whatever influence he
ley, of Gainesville, are guests inspected our good
l 1 had would be actively thrown to the
W. P. machinery now at work the An-
Mrs.
the former's aunt, Haisley.We on support of Bullock, and that he felt

thony road. disappointed that the General would
bought 5 casks of fancy crockery
at prices that enables us to shutout The visitors were met at the depot not decide at once to become a candi- Ocala is preparing for one of the biggest aggregations: of lo-
date, and he repeats that if General
The Ocala Bazaar. by a committee of citizens and escorted -
competition.--------- Bullock can be induced to become a pie it has ever been her pleasure to entertain on The Nation's
to the Montezuma hotel and candidate he would at once withdrawin
Misses i Ethel and Helen
Little I were met there with carriages and his favor., and that his reasons for I Birthday, and we are going to do our share in the way of makingour
Jackson, of Miami, are visiting so doing was that he had always froma I
their grandparents, )(r. and Mrs J. I driven out two miles from Ocala boy known him well and since his : guests comfortable during their stay among us. We have

M. Barco. I where the machinery is in oper- had observations found in General of men Bullock and affairs qualitiesthat he I arranged to have plenty'of ice water at the corner of Fort King
ation.
Dr. J. J. Daniel, after an illness of i would make him an able, progressive avenue and Magnolia street [old Bazaar Building] for the thirsty.
The rock i is taken from the pit same and conservative executive,
several days, was able to be at his
as U done ill our phosphate mines and while he would not feel called Besides, we want to show the people of Marion and adjoining
much to the delightof
work Tuesday, to to other
yield in the
upon any man
his friends.Mr. and is dumped into the crushes, from state, he would cheerfully do so to counties what can be had in Ocala in the way of first class

the crusher the rock is taken to elevated General Bullock.A .

E. S. Upham, of Lake Weir, bins by means of endless buck-
Note From Seabreez
president of the Christian Endeavor ets attached to a revolving chain, and
We are in receipt of a letter from UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE.
Association: of this state, was in the from the bins are dumped into carts '
Mr. J. F. Williamson who U spend.
city yesterday drawn by the: immense traction engine
lug tbesunamer at Seabreez" He is
and it is estimated that each
u! Mrs W. K. McDonald and two having a delightful\ time sniffing the
load is about as much as twenty Your wife thinks that the inside of the house needs:; fixing upa
children arrived in the city Weduts salt sea breezes and catching fish as

day afternoon and are the guests of wagons, and the engine makes six the following extract from his letter little, and so do you, but you are afraid you can't afford it.
loads a day.
)Irs.Tbomas Sexton. will show: Xow, right on this point we want to ease your mind by showingyou
The rock is spread on the road even.
"We landed all and find the
The charter has been granted by ly and the great wheels of the engineact right our choice line of Center Tables, Rocking Chairs,
breath from off old ocean just simply
the treasury department for the as rollers and make the road bed
Lounges Lamps Pictures Easels and uric-a-bra c at
grand and refreshiug. We have only ,
"Central 1 National Bank of Ocala" smooth and even.
b.en here two days and I feel almost prices far below what you have been paying for the same goods. f
capital stock, $JOOUO.Mrs.PjleaC'rumni. The machinery is doing pretty work

I and is giving excellent satisfaction.The like a new man. Father Martin andI We can furnish your house from cellar to attic, and at such low

of Brooksville, went liihiug yesterday: and had fine
visitors gave: the machinery as figures that you will be astonished. Come in and look at our stock,
who came up to attend the funeral of luck. Cought some 30 or so nice ones.
well as ,the careful examination -
camps
her brother, Mr. J. J. Pyles, returned We are having fine weather just now get our prices and be convinced that what we say we stand readyto
and were greatly pleased.
homes Tuesday afternoon.Dr. The following is a list of the names and if it continues, in a few days make good-to the letter. Yours for business,

here will not be a cottage for rent."
G. S. Anderson, of Auburn, of the visitors:
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Ala., after a several weeks' visit in H. H. Dickson, T. W. Tilden, A. (JBrabbara County Commissioners Convention

Ocala with his eon, Mr. Speigner Orange county; Thos. The meeting of the County Commissioners PITTMAN & SON.

,AudetsoD, returned home Tuesday.Mrs. Brewer, D. H. Biker, Lake county ; and Goal Roads Asw: >cia-

Jno. R. Wrtsh.W. A. Shelby, M. O. lion met in Gainesville in the public
D. H. Woodrow and little
Baggett, J. W. Benton, Escambi school auditorium Tu esdav. Tbe ,. ....
left ; -
daughter, Annie Blair, yesterdayafternoon
county; B. W. Branch, HilUbiro address of welcome was made by
Seabreeze where they
for : county; C. Beville, P. Caruthers, Hon. Chris. Mathetson.: and Capt. Geo.
have rented a cottage for the summer.
Surnter Geo. W. Moyers Al--
county; M. Lynch delivered an address on

1 f/,? Mrs C. C. Bawls aud daughter, chua county. 'Florida and Her Developments"

Mrs. F. E. Crawford, after a few da'h' Mrs. Branch, of Hillsborough, and Hon. Henry W. Long also deliveredan

visit in Ocala at the Ocala House, Mrs. Ueville, ,of tiumter, .were also address.

returned to their borne at Elmwooilytatttday among the visitors.1: I The attendance was even larger
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tuornlujr. Missionary Meeting. than was at first anticipated.Mr. -. -- -- -- .--

under the fe cure a cold in one day. I
The missionary meeting,
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e dNbecuH Decorated, and plates saucers, platters, iudivfoual; deep u,:pU'ea of Grace Episcopal churchat Last Saturday Close's night Misfortune about twelve lets.Take All Laxative druggists Bromo refund Quinine the Tab ..................... ......

hotel dishes, sold by us a+ cheap as the Armory Weunesdty was: well o'clock the stable and barn of Mr. it failes to cure. E.: W. Grove's moneyif ...S..S...aMiking :

others cell the common white goods, attended aud was very interes George Close, who lives about two anda signature is on each box.-25c ........

at The Ocala IJawar. ting. The meeting was: held in com half milts southwest
-- from Ocala, I : -7- :

Mr. Louis Dosh, the Ocala D;lily memoration of the tenth anniversaryof caught fire and were entirely destroy I

Banner's efficient foreman, returned the Florida branch of the Womans ed. I Advertising

yesterday afternoon from Montezuma, Auxiliary! the Domestic and For- One home, two mule, a lot of feed, 0LV

Ga., where he has been recuperatingfor eign Missionary society:; of the Episcopal and farming implements and machinery !. .

the past seven weeks. church. Wl're11:10 consumed.The Ipa.y :

Deaconess Mary Palmer, of Orlando, Seeds .
origin of the fire i is unknown.Carter's ,
Mrs. Wallace Kelsey! and children, .
was present and gave a talk explaining are plantft by fum: 'rand
(lr Lakeland, who have been visiting I Pond Picnic. KantrixT... hasstoprderprmn.oLne.. :( .
the scope and work of the missions It
I paj lo |"" y a L'lle more
relatives Fellowship and Mattel in this state. The annual picnic at Carter's Pond fur t*rrj'.and reap a-,,grt(. All iftfeii'mvrrattUehftrrt S

was in Ocala yesterday on her way to dealer*. 1'0reU A.oodpestpard
The W. Little will be held Thursday, June '5. free to all applicant
Rector Rev. Henry. c :
: One drop of water does not make the OOtIaR
D. M. FERRY & CO.,
Stauton to visit friends before return.
Everybody is invited to be
presided at the meeting and before introducing cordially Detroit

Ing home.- Miss Palmer made a mOltadmirable. present and carry with them a well rOne: grain of sand will not make a Fe .

Mr. J. H. .ones, who lives near ,talk, which was greatly filled basket. MiCh.'I One feather does not make a bird .

Umatilla, in Lake county, has renteda enjoyed. Governor and Mrs. Jennings and : rOne leap will not make a frogS :
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house the Ocala High School most __-_." -- -. '_J\--'- -
near Miss Minnie Gamsby
aug: son, and Mrs. Jennings' sister, Miss .
\ c.di 7 } IT IS ALL THE ll !TS. ..
and with his will here Green Field FarAway 2J =:
family move weedy "There is a Grace Mann, passed through Ocalayesterday fi.
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in a few days to make this city their ," and the singing was led by : en route to their home at n
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home. the reorganized choirof Grace church. ",- .
permanent Brooksville. The Governorsaid that _I:1"JI -: .
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At the conclusion of the meeting a his grove at Citra is looking extremely :=E
Mr. A. S. Bells, the pioneer settler e.1.... =:Ii L .. ..
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collection was taken up to be used in well and he estimates the present .-?(=-- .;. ..,.. ;'-
of Curs, and who 1 Ii* a large stockholder / ;. '''' 1 5.
If Ire
I mission\ work. crop at 5,000 boxes. He was met at :5
in the Crescent Fruit Company Q: .
the train by a number of citizens and with in life sad
And it is most
was a visitor to Ocala yesteiday. Pleasant Birthday Party. -. so things .
spent an hour or so in pleas. { .
Mr. Dells steaks very hopefully of the Yesterday afternoon from four to ..,-- 'especially is it true that one advertisement Swill
ant conversation! current
rehabilitation of his orange grove six o'clock little Miss Alice Sexton; on
property entertained a few of her friends most topics. Among those who met t fr/; : not make you a successful advertiser. :

pleasantly, the occasion being her him were :Mr. S. T. Sistrunk, Mr. Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .
Hop. Martin Van Buren Van Ness
eighth birthday. The party was a E. P. Thagard, Mr. Samuel Tea!rU e, .
of Inverness, was a visitor to our cityyesterday. small one, the guests being the neighbors ROLLS FROM Only the best .
Alexander Mr. W. D.
Judge Wynne, OUR OVEN material goes 8
of the little hostess, but WM an e
He that he has
won into the and
says Condon, Mr. R. R Carroll, Mr. E. W. oven
out In the Milt against the railroad unusually enjoyable one On account only the 1
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of the rain the games were mostly Agnew and the editor of this paper. ,
company and now has nothing to do BEST BREADrolls
played indoors. During the afternoon I
but to collect judgment. refreshments were served and the For Sale, out It is delightfully crisp and : That Will Pay '( X X S

-j children had a very delightful time. Five room cottage and two acres of wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
I have for sale a number of canary Little Miss Elizabeth McDonald, of meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas $
birds which shall dispose of at reasonable land under fence, at Citra, Fla. One meat.
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Jacksonville, was an admired guest at S
hundred and dollars. For Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
prices. Among them are fifty par-
the party. satisfactorily filled by .o...... .

Goldfinch German Top, Hart's Knots Mountain, green and Rollers linnet., ticurlars address M, care Banner. *...**.**.$* .

Call on or address J. K. Godson, 87 FOLEYSHONE1MAR All kinds of glassware, gold band BEN US' BAKERY ..........................

Dougherty street 616 6t flit cAAdr+!. ,- .UN. 11. apiatu and plain goods,at The Ocala Bazaar. *



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t r THERE IS NO UNBELIEF. I ject.contain" provisions ou no other sub. FAILURE THE MISCELLANEOUS wise vPAR0GHAPtiS\ \ I IA GUTIGURA SOAP ?

Theresa; BO unbelief drunken is sillier than i
Whoever plants a teed beneath the sod The title of the bill was, "An act -
And waits to ice it push away the clod for the expen a sober fool. ,
making appropriations

Trust There he u in God.unbelief ses of the state government, etc.," MANUFACTURING TRADE Of the American miles over 40 The World's' Greatest!

BO which clearly brought it under the years of aloe 80.9 per cent are married.
Whoever says,when clouds are in the sky
Be patient heart,lightbreaketh by and by, constitutional provision quoted. The recent failure of the Superior Shirt Factory/ wa the biggest calamity. Tbe United States Steel corporation j Skin Soap i
Trusts the Most High.
Before takiLg up the appropriations has unfilled orders for 5,510,719 tons of i
of
worth newly
in the history of the tr de. $734,000
There U no unbelief! .i to shirt prices ever known -
for the colleges, Governor Jennings, steel. I

t. Whoever The sileat ices harvesu'Deatb ol.intrr"the future field grow of mow upon the ground in each case that, manufactured shirts were thrown on the market. 1-57 dozen were purchased Beauty is only skin deep hat that's I The Standard of Every Mm

Cod'i power must know. This item is objected to and not approved by the buyer of the Racket Company for spot cash. Shirts that Coat I deep enough to satisfy any reasonableman. I

There U no unbelief! I for the reason that it is considered I of the Earth
49cents
retail for $1 l can be seen at their store for I
Whoever lies down on his couch to sleep. $7 per dozen to manufacture and
Content to lock each sense in slumber deep. an unnecessary appropriation The proportion of Chinese to Indians -
Knows God will keep. vetoes the following items of Shirts which cost Jll to make the goods of which sold at 75 ceuU per
in the United states Is as two to I Sala Greater !M' t tie MIPwMo i
There U no nnbefiet! appropriation, aggregating $';;.000. yard whose retail value i is $1.50 are shown by them at 69 cents The cream three.

Whoever say tomorrow the unknown For printing supreme court Other SEs Stf*
The future,trusts that alone Madras worth f 2, thy are showing at 93 cents. of the American furnace .
French The
power ol shirt productions. output
records. ......... ..__....$ 1 000
Nor dares disown.
For rewards for and expenses The Superior Shirt Co, was one of the largest manufacturer* of Men's Dress is more: than double that of theI I
There u no unbelief! of rapturing fugitives from British. Sold Wherever Civilization Has

The heart that looks on when dear eyelids dose justice........ ._ . ...... 1000 Shirts: in the country. It !Is rumored that their failure WAS eau ed by the cotton -
And dares to live when life has only woes.God' The population of Canada east ()fLab Penetrated.
For printing delinquent tax:
comfort knows.
lists.-............- .-............... 0 000 speculation of the treasurer. Superior is 4,000,000 and west of -

For thus There by day is no and unbelief night unconsciously For jurors and witnesses Salespeople wanted for July 3rd and .!tb.a it 1,000,000. HIHions of the world' bt peek.

....... .. 35 000
The hurt livesby faith the lips deny fore grand janes Conscience is something that troubles use Cutlcura Soap,aMtafd by CMMJ
God knoweth why. For interest on state bonds 20 000 Ointment, for prcwnrhf frifffe(
-LU&IB YOKE CAsK,in Enquirer He then proceeds to poi n t out that the GLORIOUS OLD MAM. that as it passelS through the portal< of a guilty nun almost every time it and beautifying the skin, f.+iuia|

state supreme court, in an advisory the grave the fruit may swell and thunders. the scalp of crusts, teal* tad dfcC,

APPROPRIATION BILL CUT. opiriion written by Mr. Justice West- The Rev J. C. Ley, the "nebtor" of burst into more radiant colors as it U Knowing how to be humble is a and the stopping ot taifag M*, far
the than knowing I softening, hiieaia( and ..M.{ r..4,
important
Methodism! in Florida and transplanted and takes root on heap more
colt, the greatest jurist Florida has organized rough and sore hinds,for baby ...&... .
Coveraor Jiaaiags Uses His Va to of the how to be proud.
shore.
produced, in 14th Florida, page 284, the only living charter member I other Itchings and chafing, la UM font .<
Power Schools, Cut Short. has construed the constitutional pro. Florida Conference, is now living How sweet an 1 consoling were his A patriotic .loves hill country for baths for annoying IrritatloM awl la.flammationa .

TALLAHASSEE, FLA June 15.- vision to limit appropriations! in such qQietly at his little bornelc Micanopyin last words. "You have done all for what there is in it; a politician for or too tree or MMBMM,
perspiration, in the roes of ".4* _, (Special.)-One of the most striking, a bill as this to- his eighty first year.Mr. me that love could suggest-now let what he can get out of it. ulcerative eakn3 ud awkf ..**

forceful, vigorous and yet daring 1. Salaries of public officers. Ley was born in Georgia, December me rest." tire, antiseptic purpo*** which pea4r
If all the world's a stage it's up to suggest themselves to puttee, ....
state papers which has emanated 2. To other "current expenses" of 20,1S22, and partly reared in When one has lived worthily; when each of us to contribute something to dally mothers, as well as few an ..

from the governor's office in recent the state. Andersonville district N. C. His he fills the little niche he occupies in purposes of the toilet, halt ... ...
ward the elevation of it. serv.Cuticnra.
Florida history is the document filed "Current expenses of the state paternal ancestors hailed from Scotland this wonderful world of ours with the Soap comhl.. 0hdleMe

by Governor William S. Jennings in must, in my opinion, be limited to here they bore the honored flower of affection ; when he has Just to be sociable some men will emollient properties eat a little food now and then, but euro, the great skin curt with lie MV.
the office of Secretary of State Crawford the ordinary expense of the state, name of McGregor, who having participated +\I gained the love and good wiil of his est of cleansing in
in which the goternor exercisesthe and does not contemplate or authorize in the"war of the rebellion," |, neighbors, he brightens the pathwayto what they: live on is tobacco. most refreshing of dose er udoor. 5*
j other medicated soap ever eo |MMM
right conferred upon him by section the expenditure of such appropri- under Prince Charley Stewart, were the grave and robs death of its The shilling import duty on corn *3 to be compared ,.t&hle for jMmrf.

; 18 of article IV of the state constitution ations for the purchase of sites for forced to flee to Amerka after the de terrors. established in Great Britian last year lug scalp,purifyiajj, hair and and band beautifying No offer mrtth Meign ,

and vetoes items in the gen- school buildings or building perma- feat of the SchotUh arms. Ley, the Timely death is as triumphant as will be discontinued July 1. or domestic whet ..p, .h.. W

eral appropriation bill passed by the nent school houses, or other perma- maternal cognomen, was adopted. the sir.glng of birds in the springtime There are more than. 20 superphos expensive for all the, purpose is to t.e of coMMiW ti> toiwL*.M.*t

legislature just before adjournmentten nent buildings." In the winter of 44 when Floridawas and death is always timely *o phate factories in Austria-Hungary, and narierr. fhijj it OOMMMM. ...MM

days ago the vetoed items aggregating i He quotes definitions of "current still a territory, Mr. Ley volunteered one who baa! spent his life rightly. five of which are in Bohemia. complexion soap: at one soap price and UM tM UH Mwttuiwl skit Mrf Mrf

f=63,463.It I expenses" of a government from his services, in response to a Our friend lived rightly and the Clothes don't make the man but baby soap ever conipoanW. Ml .

is a particularly bold step on the opinions of the Unted States supreme I call of his church to corneas a missionary large funeral was the testimony of they make all of him except his other greater skin than Map the world Sold .fnt. every& W putof Ml

governor's part, because, of the.items court and the supreme courts of sev- I to the early settlers and gov- our community to the esteem in bands and face during business hours. the civilized world.

vetoed flSS,465 consisted of then s'ationed in the which he was held. I -
appropriation eral of the states, and proceeds to ernment troops I Quick to tire-slow to hire-when -

for improvements to six of give reasons for vetoing items which territory. He leaves behind him a memory as you have found you have hired the i TI'I''

the state's higher institutions of learn- he bad to disapprove. From that time to the present be sweet aa music and as redolent as the
i wrong man you can't get rid of him. :
ing, and it Is only natural to suppose "Granting, for the present, that all has been an honored and influential perfume 01 roses. too quick. Rememberj

that it will subject him to severe criticism of these institutions are entitled to minister of the gospel having given Sorrow for those who are left behind j

(from the thousands of friends of their current expenses under this constitutional nearly sixty years of active service to --not for those who have fought the The man who holds the ladder at ""I' -- -- --- -_--.-.- .'

these schools at a time when he is provision, and as provided the church and state of his choice. fight, finished the course and won the the bottom is often of more benefit to \\JE CAN $441 you sh 4

opposed to be seeking even higher for in the bill now under considers. He has served all classes cf pastoral race. the world than the one who climbs to I j' !

political preferment. It is a striking tieD, I am advised-and it is clearlythe work, in the gift of the appointing The Lost Dollar.! the top. smallest artid ter at l

step because of the clear and forceful uniform conscientious devotion | 1 II! carload of anjrtiii *ftaining j
with
I law on the subject-that even power Here is experience of a farmer Au old woman who wants her photograph I r- ;

manner in which Governor Jennings' these expenditures must be limited to and acceptability. As secretary I near Brenham related to this paper to look like a coy maiden, ,i,! to Hardware, bus i

veto mes. justifies his action solely "current expenses" proper. of the conference, or treasurer of seeond hand, but affording an experience has forgotten that death is as naturalas I p
Pipe Nails Powd r, DyM- -
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: and flatly upon con! tiiutioual and the board of missions hU work was
"I have been urged by many citizens that can be easily verified by life. .

legal ground The veto is further of the localities wherein the sev- I well and faithfully done. He was anyone. Ten years ago he put an x Whether one comes to right conclusions :I mite. Lime. Cement Ston.

interesting because of ihe far reaching eral institutions are located to approve elected and served as principal of the mark on a silver dollar and came to is of small importance compared ; I .- ,

etlects it will have upon the state's the bill in toto; have heard arguments first school ot seminary grade eslab town and spent it with a merchant. with the value of independent I' TWENTY-FIVE. OAK .;!:

finances and along other lines. received letters, telegrams, lisbed in the state, which position beheld Before the year was out he got the thinking. 1 LOADS IN OUR ,

When the legislature assembled etc., from many influential citizens till the iconoclastic hand of the I dolor back for farm produce and :\ WAREHOUSESBADHADWARECO. I,
The
largest hotel in the world the
here in April there was over $1,100,000 relative thereto. I am also urged to civil war wrought its destruction. spent it again with a Brenham mer- :
Anaonia, of New York, baa 2,500 : --- -
- in the state treasury awaiting legislative permit the bill to become effective During the war between the states, chantjjour times in six years that I' -
rooms and thee is pot a piece of wood
appropriation-an amount greater (if I cannot approve it) without my he was a regularly enrolled "soldierof dollar came home to him for produce
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When
after sudden !
than had before been faith- acquiring
ever subjectto signature, thus relieving me of the the Confederacy, standing and three times he heard of it in the ,

the disposal of a Florida legislature. responsibility of the bill. This, Indeed fully at his post whether in camp, pocket of his neighbors. The last wealth a man ceases to recognize his I Florida. '

Influential representatives of would be a pleasing thing to do. nurse or chaplain, aud when broken time be got it iu change, nearly four friends they escape the tiresome stories -I.i-; --Gainesville.-
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of his
many interests came hereto But, the question naturally, arises, inhealth, received honorable dis years ago,he sent it to a big Chicago early struggles I -- --- -

get s'ices, of this prize-or spoils, as : why should I shirk a duty that might charge. He was twice married, first mail order house that baa amassed a in the building. ;

r many seemed to regard the money. i fall upon others to perform and leadto in lS49to Miss Elizabeth Wade of hundred million dollars by selling The smallest horse in the world is > tvk .

Especially the half dozen higher greater burdens for the taxpayers Quincy, Florida, who lived but a year, third rate goods at second rate prices.He 21} inches high, seven years old, lJ'iULI.

institutions of learning seem to think to bear, and complications of the interests and again to Miss Martha Pottle of has not seen the marked dollar weighs 70 pounds and is a resident of '

the time opportune to make a strike involved by such failure on St. Marys, Ga., on July 4, 1853. To since and never will till the crack of Los Angeles California.

for appropriations which would prac- my part? this latter union three sons were born, doom. The dollar will never pay Unmarried men ale a good; deal like 6Qts.2 '

tically amount to handsome endow- "Having arrived at the firm con- two of whore are now members of the any more school or road tax for him, a piece of unimproved real estate,

ments, and all of them were strongly clusion that it is my duty to eliminate Florida Conference, and the third and never help to build up tbe town or they aren't of any particular use except .

represented. They asked for sums r from. this: bill, under and by virtueof youngest a zealous worker in the county, never bless and brighten the to build on. a

aggregating about $625,000, and thesenate's the constitution in such cases made church.-Our Methodist Monthly.Hot homes of his neighbors. He sent it If y
entirely out uf the circuit of its use- you give some fellows a talent
original bill awarded that and provided, all items therein contained wrapped in a to 12&5M
fulness to him.-Brenham (Tex) Ban napkin start with in
amount. The house cut off $203,000of Weather Werkn ss.
other than appropriations for
ner. business they would swap the talent '
this and the! senate accepted the the salaries of the public officers and If you feel fagged out, listless and Tax on Babies. I for a gold brick and lose the napkin. :i -T4'0 1
sub I
in are
amendments. lacking energy you perhaps
other 'current expenses'of the state, I
fering from the debilitating effects of Extreme hot weather is a great tax Of course, you're in no position ytt ; II.
So the bill went to Governor Jennings shall proceed to discharge that duty
summer weather. These symptoms upon the digestive power of babies; to think of being eugiged, and that's
carrying appropriations for the by withholding my approval from indicate that a tonic is needed that
when puny and feeble they should be why I'm a little afraid that you maybe il ) PE'rPiU:
colleges considerably in excess of certain items, endeavoring to leave will create a healthy appetite, make
given a few doses of White's Cream planning to get married. u....
$100,000-several times more than had digestion perfect, regulate the bowels ,
intact a sufficient amount of money Vermifuge, the chUdr ns' tonic. It
before been given them. Muchof and impart natural activity to the Say less than the other fellow and I
ever for each institution to defray the or- will stimulate and facilitate the CMS. L BLUM & COMPANY
liver. This Herbine will do; it is a ,
this was for permanent equipment, dinary or current expenses in a liberal tonic,laxative and restoratine. H. J. digestion their food, so that they listen more than you talk for when a i 517 and 519 V Bay PLI
buildings, land and other purposes soon become strong, healthy and man's listening he isn't telling on I
manner. ho-
Freegard, proprietor Grand View Jacksonville, fiat .
active. 2.> at the Anti
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than current When Gov- -Monopoly himself and he's flattering the fellow t -- -.
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expenses. The veto message concludes with a tel, Cheney, Kan., writes: 1 have Drug Store. ro ---- ---
ernor Jennings took up the bill for used Herbine for the last twelve years who is. IT. MURPHY
consideration he found that section 30 statement of the amounts deducted I and nothing on earth can beat it. It The Banner Remembered.Mr. .

from each institution as follows: I i was recommended to me by Dr. Newton John T. Lewis the bustling: Remember that when you're right i
of article 111 of constitution provides:
"Laws making appropriations for State normal college ........ .S 34 100 Newton, Kan."; 50c at AntiMonopoly representative ot the H. P. Standley you can afford to keep your temper, Machine) and IroqV/orHs.

I East Florida Seminary.......... 40,000 Drug tetore. m Company large commission house and that when you're wrong you can't I
the salaries of public officers and oth- a ,
Florida state college. ... .. 1540 afford to Jose it .
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in Pitl burg, kindly remembered the I Iron Hra-s and ilroiur ( ...i-
s tr current of the state shall :
expenses
South Florida military........ 21 000St
Laid to Rest.
-- -- ---- -- Never threaten because a threat is \
1'I Petersburg normal and in- Ocala Banner with a crate of the a ins:>: nchinc and rjiiirrnMioi
have been troubled for some time Alt that mortal of James J. .
was Marineantl Hail-
dustrial school.................. 15000 most luscious pineapples that it has promise to pay that isn't always convenient :
with indigestion and sour stomachuf Florida scnool for deaf and Pyles was laid t<> rest in the old ever been our pleasure to eat. Theyare to meet, but if you don't i ruad ttcpair

says Mrs. Sarah \V. Curtis, of Lee, blind......... ......... ...... ......... 56 825 cemetery last Sunday morning. of the Red make it good it hurts your credit. I 610 to 617, E. Bay St Jlch..,*.
)(al5., "and have been taking Cham Spanish: variety 1--
There remain in the approved actor The funeral services were impressively -
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and raised at Jensen UcIVER
were on Marriages may be made in heaven, and ,ILA l' .41
which have helped me very much, so ( the current expenses of the several conducted at the family residence the Indian river. Mr. Lewis will return but most engagements are made in
: that now I can eat many things that colleges the following amounts: on Earl street by Rev. L. B.
to his home at Moss Blurt in
the back
before I could llot." If have : parlor with the gas so low
you any State normal college. .. $ 16 775 Warren. about two weeks.
trouble with stomach that a fellow doesn't really get a
your why not
East! Florida Seminary .. 43 000 The funeral cortege was the largest
f ,- take I these tablets and get well? For Florida state college.............. 55 657 this and the floral Driven to Desperation. square look at what he's taking.
sale by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m ever seen in city
South Florida Military and Sixteen of the that FUNERALDIRECTORS
: twenty
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic offerings, those silent tokens of love Living at an out of the way place, years
t Educational .... 7 125
College
. ? Joseph Pulitzer has owned the New
civilization is
liniment and when remote from a family
appliedto
Florida School for Deaf and and affection, were so profuse as to
bruises and burns driven to desperation in case of accident York World he has been unable to .
cuts, causes Blind......... ......... .......... 27 375 entirely cover the casket.
'them to heal without maturation and resulting in Burns, Cuts, read the paper or go to the office. -1-
The amounts left in the bill for And how symbolic! are these offer- Hare a taU Keel of .
cur Wounds,Ulcers, etc. It Is the best on Oofflai.CtUMa. u4 w; a81t. !
and much more quickly than by the i He has suffered the loss of sight l ; of early deKrtptloa ',.,ul eat>Wa ... Jt
usual treatment Eor sale by AntiMonopoly rent expenses are an increase over earth; 15c, at Anti-Monopoly Drug Id\OblU1alluncw
: Drug Store. m former appropriations. ings.Death is the dropping of the flower Store and Tydings & Co. m I, health and sleep Embalming; to Order.P V...




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THE- FIRST GUN. EYEWITNESS TELLSOF Canyon Strewn with Dea! I

J. No systematic effort hu aa yet been f

made to flnd the dead who *r. un- I IAn
MALAR
Ir HEPPNER Aoutt&uly strewn along the canyon.
-f 6 I Big Crowd Mol e Addresses HORROR Srery ivillabl! man from a radius 0:

W miles hu been pressed Into servicd

I ct New River People Caught Like Bate In at Heppner itself. Gangs of men are*
, e at work clearing away the pile o

A HOT CAMPAIGN PROMISED. Trap. piled debris,in rocks heaps and in timbers Hepjmefs' which street lie Invisible Enemy to Health. .

BODIES SWEPT DOWN CANYON. and taking out the corpses which lie

Hittri. Stockton and Barrs Attack concealed in the debris. Owing to
Cloudburst Descended Like Avalanche the entire absence of proper facilities
-_ f tilt! Corporatioss-Frank Clark The air becomes infec-
Upon Doomed Town for caring for the dead, the victims o! Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison.
Uprooting theTrees
ThUks It Wise to Await I the flood were for the most part in ted with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands, ># .

.f the National Platform Demolishing Buildings and terred in common crates. damp cellars sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegetable Y r
I the Dalls ,
Levng Death In Its Wake. A relief train sent from
NEW RIVER: June 12. reached lone last night and will proceed matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when

j*''. pMil 10 tb.Ocala Biooer.r Portland. Ore., June: 17.-A E;>e- to Heppner a.i soon as possibleA they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system. flj

,"t' The state and second congrrsstonaleempalgu eIal to The Oregonian Horn lone Ore., wrecking train with gangs of meC Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are
| says: telegraph '
and -
ta repair both the tracks t
f wan opened today at this David McAtes. a business man ol wires left this point), last nightIt seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is ;

'; glare where C. M. Brown,J. M. BUN, Heppner, Whose residence is above Is expected that cOIr1nlcatiolJwith | completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy maybe r 1

J, !?. C. Stockton, Frank Clerk, J..E. Heppnsr, was an eje-witness) of the gangs: of men to repai? both the following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have fits ;y

Broom, A. 0. Wright and 8. Y. Fin- Spaulding.disaster. In company with Frack tracks It is and expected telegraph that wires ctfamunl-left this presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body,

Icy adJrfNoo the Bradford county 10:30 o'clock he Sunday text Heppner night on horse about eatlcm with Lexington 17 miles sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tired, drowsy and ;: i

voter The corporation cry was raised back. trom Heppner, will be entored depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned \ \.
today. On board the Dalls! train are millions of microbes and and an \\rI\1\1\;\ ;1
tj Mesars. Stockton and Barn.Mr. Wall of Water Descended. committee OTAOIN SHRDLUUPUP and weakened by the teeming germs, : j

Clark refrained from going on "On Sunday afternoon," aid Mr. five coctors, six trained nurses, a com irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the :: I'

record la advance of the national Meltee, "there had been a very ae- mittee of 20 Elks and another of sixEagles blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver, : !I

vire rainstorm accompanied with l, with all necessary drags and of the spleen loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a 1 \! '
enlargement
platform, saying it was too early to much wind and lightning. I was supplies to care for the sick and -

Jo so. Others were politically warm stanilng:! in front of ,the house and wounded. There U also a car of pro pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, _- ///I.1
and -
noticed that visions. and pustular -
a cloud of remarkable
a and the meeting waa indicative of A LOCISVUJ.E KY., :March 26th 1902. -
denseness approached the top of the scabby skin eruptions "" -
suffered with Chills and Fever, _
several I
hot campaign. hill on the east side of the caayoa. 1 HERO OF HEPPNER FLOOD For years of various N -
LA F.) TlSEE. and each for -
caused by Malaria my system, summer
turned for a moment when a roar
SHOT FKOM AMBUSH. caused me to look again at the hill. I Rose >* Breakneck Speed to Warn several years I would relapse. Finally my physician prekinds, are common symptoms of malaria.

saw a wall of water whose height 1 People of Danger. scribed S. S. S. In all, I took three bottles, and theyentirely Frequently the health becomes so impaired,

Prominent Citizen of Pensacola Target > would be afraid to guage rushing down Spokane. Wash., June 17.-A special cured me, and have never been troubled since and such a lifeless condition ensues that theI
the mountain carrying immense trees other medicine could hare given me so
no
of Would-Be Assassins. to the Spokane Review from Echo, am sure peson.oses interest in his surroundings and
and timbers on Its crest and tearing .omplete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too *
Ore., quotes N. T. Tooker, of Portland faith in all human remedies. Malaria if
rensaeols na., June. 16.-Xews ,
has every rock from its founiation. This higkly of S. S. S. My partner in business ii now taking
witnessed the disaster
rtaeta hr of the shooting at Milton terrific gtorm struck the upper part of ,,who follows; Heppner S. S. S. for aa eruption of the skin and general rundown allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation _
of W. P. Johnson, one of the most the town first. The of I as 1:
residence
and he has taken but for other diseases that often
"It is estimated that the damage condition of his system, though very prove
;, prominent citizens of that town. Thomas Howard was the first to fall,
I done to property alone was JSvO.COO. one bottle, already commences to feel better. fatal or permanently wreck the health.
'
t Mr. Johnson wag going to his home and his entire fan%'ly was drowned.In i
Some of the brick and stone building ol West Market St L SHAPOFF.
be worked of the
vista be was fired upon by unknown the Krug home also every person Malaria can only out
were not torn away, but there wen
jades in ambush, a shotgun being was drowned as was also the case in \ some of them moved from their foun system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
IIFour buckshot took effect in the Hale and Saling residences. All
dations.The. neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
, ; ttt abdomen, and he was at one timereported of these! houses were about four o! I 1
dead. He is still alive, how five blocks above the business center. saved. goods When In these several merchants Buildings openoed were that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthy

."... but U in a precarious condition. The house of Abram Hamslck wa : for business they sent word to the matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial

entirely! demolished. The Palace hotel ; relief committee to come and take'' and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kindare
poison
the first to th< : ,
r During the past year several at was building stem
tap'.j hare been male upon the life tide. and all the guests were saved, : what coming goods In were from wanted.all directions Peopliwere to allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.

of Mr. Johnson by unknown parties. but the houses below the Palace hotel ;I the assistance of the suffering and During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy, .
Tser U. great excitement at Milton were blown out into the street, overturned ; will the and still further impoverish -
I rail to multiply
I tfaad. They could not come by for the hot, sultry summer: days cause germs
over the attempt at murder, but no and wrecked. The residence i'I for 9 miles of the track below town the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer ,
of C. A. Shea carried and
eke is as yet obtainable as to the was away,
washed All wire communication
I I were away. tonic. i
would-be mass ins. Mr. Johnson is: the entire family, consisting of i I prostrated. needs a good blood purifier and bracing

the proprietor of a drug store and livery wife and three daughters and Miss i Leslie! Matlock was a young man, was A course of S. S. S. at this particular season will a
stable. Adklns, a cousin, were lost. The husband and its attendant evils reinforce 1
I' > hero of the day. When the flood relieve you of Malaria ,
was absent in Portland attending first came he mounted a horse and and build the purify and strengthen the slug- J
GEORGIA EDITORS ON TOUR. the Masonic convention. C. E. Red up system,
the
rode breakneck speed down canyon
field whose house was completely destroyed ;i in at front of the rushing water to gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetiteand I

\ Slghtstcing In California-Will Visit wa also absent with Mr. I notify the people of Lexington. a I digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly

Yellowstone Park. Rhea In Portland, and his wife andbaby : mail town 9 nine miles below. Ha I i recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this

I tlon Saa of Francisco newspaper June men.IS.representing-A delega- Redfield were rowned.is among the The recovered.body oiMrs. I bad rod to and go the over night a rough was and dark stony and great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all
I
I tie Georgia Press association,. has ar- Carried Down Stream."A. stormy. He arrived at Lexington Justa Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions. f

I'ti rived here and during the coming week C. Gieger's residence was carried I few minutes ahead of the flood. Th If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will
. will devote their time to viewing the away and Mr. Gieger was drowned. people! were warned, and immediately Book Blood and Skin Diseases free.
without on
and advise charge. ,
scenes an:! attractions of California.The His family Is ia the east. George : Ian for the hill side. When the flood take up your case you

party numbers about :S people Cors 1"S' house was next but the famIly had pass3 only two houses were left THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA.
They will leave for Los Angeles Wednesday succeeded in saving their lives bj I standing. "

morning and devote two daysto rushing to the upper stories, the housing !.
sight-seeing in the southern part of carried down the creek three- COMMISSION MAKES INCREASE.

the state after which they will returnhere quarters of a mile. When reached

and go north for a seven days' by rescuer they found that the housi Mississippi Officials Raise Valuationof To Cure a Cold in One DayTake Cores CripiaTwotays.

visit to the Yellowstune park. had been cut In two and Mr. Corser ( Railroads $3,000,000. .
was standing ia water up to his neck, : Jackson, Miss., June 17.-The Mislisslppl -
AUSTRIAN CABINET RESIGN holding his wife uopn the roof and I railroad commission has made Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .A P'Jl on every

keeping her from slipping with his I a JS.MO.OOO increase In the assessmentof (0. cd !'= "KH.25C.
: Seven Dd mon boxes lOW ID post 12 months. This Signature, r
Premier Da Sztll Notifies Lower Hou*a outstretched arm.Ir.: McSward and railroads operating in the state.

of Hungarian Diet. J. Ayers, who were living,: In the same !: The main lines of the trunk systems
Budapest, June 17.Premier dfiwll e residence, were iirowned. Oscar Mij j! such as the Illinois Central Yazoo and

., i aa gU1C'C'11od l la the lower ner'a house! was next demolishedand I Mississippi Valley Louisville and .-. ....
horse of the Hungarian diet that ha Mrs. Miner was drowned. I Nashville and Alabama Great Southern

tad centered hU re patoll to King Narrow Escapes. were increased from $13,000 to
Many
Old Standard
Itxacls! Joseph on Sunday last and( "The rest of the family succeeded $15.000 per mile, and the Increases on The
that his had accepted it. branch lines and minor roads average
majesty tn saving their lives by clinging to the
Reports that the caSlaet intended roof. All the Wells family but tw<* from ?500 to $!OOO per mile.
J"Nrnlnrlw1 been In circulation prior were lost and the house was carried |i I The railroad assessment last year Grove's T sieless Chill Tonic

to the assembling of parliameat w away. With the Wells' residence went i I i was $30.709,611 and the Increase In
there was considerable tension! in the the house of George Swaggert. Mr i I I mileage during the past year has been
137.8 miles. All of the roads: expected has stood the teA 25 Average annual sales
house when it assembled. The entraoce Swaggert's two married daughters'I are > years.
of the premier was th signal were drowned and their five children !: to protest against the raises r
One and HaSf Million bottles. Does this recordof
far an outburst of cheers from his sup Mrs. Mallory was carried 150 yards j j i I made. | over &

porters, while the opposition resorted and was found lodged against a store, i
I I merit ? No Cure No 50c.
with scolding shouts of "What a happy and Mr. Mallory, a crippled- old man ] Miss Napier Makes Fatal Mistake. appeal to you Pay.
I
farewell. ::" was found safe, holding a baby. Jim j"i iMatlock's Macon, aG.. June 17.-'Miss Bessie V t: Enclosed with every bjttl-' h e Ten Cent Package of GROVES BLACK ROOT UVER. PELLS.
Napier, a member of one of the oldest .
The premier said: house was next. Mr. Mat -E' .. ,";: ')oS.an
-1 hare repeatedly set forth theKlaclplw tock was drowned, but his family was 'I and most prominent families socially
and views which tare cuid4 saved. Dr. Hiss's house also went.'fHere of Macon, a teacher in the public ____ __ _ -

ay policy la regard to the oppomlmatfc one child was drowned, but the i schools of the city and a church wo A Banker Goes to jail. I Mora Money for the Militi*. II THE --..

flop 4r4 by' oUtnxctioaitts to rest of the family escaped. Mrs man of acknowledged standing died According to information from Pen- The Dick bill passed by tne last
6e army bill On theM occasion Elder was drowned in her residence.The t Monday afternoon from the effects of
1 0.M 07 policy rood only bew fa'SowII houses of Mr. Boyd a.Dd11.: Walton an overdose of morphine. The portion sacola, Banker W. C. O'Xeal, of the congress appropriated $2,000,000 to the M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE

knc M fefl bumoar: ot Ttews were also destroyed and both families t of morphine which brought death American National! Bank, of that militia of the United States for military
excessive in quantity and vas taken COMPANY .
I was
e **erased KDOAC sfl tb* t&ekn eon* lost city, one of the richest men in the purposes. The southern states
loc loss of life ; without a thought of the fatal re- -
C8M4. u inch bam my DO c er e,1 "Perhape the greatest
colt south, will have to serve sixty days in received the following amounts:
tendered my rtftic&atiaa: to thtk1nI occurred at the Heppner hotel The
on fiuodar and his majesty hat hotel which was run under the management I Tragedy Courtroom.New the local jail for contempt of court, Texas, $31,552.73; Georgia, $:? ,614.37; F. D. POOSER, Agent,

been pleased to aeeept it I beg th. of Jones & Ashbaugh, was York June I?.-Charles L. MoFarland the United States Supreme Court Tennessee, 25,490.29; Virginia, $25- FLORIDA.As .
OCALA.
house to adjourn pending the forma carried awsy. It is supposed that' of the Anti-Policy Society -
having ml d the appeal I case and 490; North Carolina, $23,357rfcouthCarolina
: shot and killed today on the
ton of a new cabinet"River there was about 60 guests In this hotel was general
all of whom are reported to be I sessions floor of the criminal upholding the decision of Judge <19,117.02; Mississippi, 119- .:.,.. ,

Rising at Memphis.M lost The proprietors themselves were I court building by William Spencer, anegro Charles Swayne in s-enteneing the 117.61; Alabama, $23,366; Florida: -. ".ti- ," ", .

mphU. June 16.-Th9 river reached saved, but their families art among I! who was to hare beta placed banker. $S,496.7i This has bees apportioned i!' 'Y,,;>S't ., t -
money ... .
:.S feet here today and ca trial today on the charge of violating : -. }: i' t. r
a stage c 3 the dead. '--'- .: : 7. ;; '.
U slowly rising. The water is run Residence Portion Destroyed. ,i the anti-polIey law. A detective Startling Evidence out by the secretary of war. "" J-i_-"l :;"'-. ,.J.

ning through a break in the leTee at "Tha house of Ben Patterson r,1 who witnessed the shooting knocked I Fresh testimony in great quantity is Warning.If ., : ..: ,'-::; '
: ;
the! revolver from Spencer's hand AW ;
but little damage -
H&lybush, north of hers, Dunn and Mr. Noble were entirely demolished : couotantly coming in, declaring Dr.King's have kidney or bladder r l;" -f.J--: ,; "
will be done, as late planting has and all persons In these threefamilies : 1. placed him under arrest. you '\- ..-'.-":-".'i.......i..:."." '''' {.. .
j been retardei because of the floods. drowned, as were the families I I Session of Modern Woodmen. I New Discovery for Consumption trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney '. r.M'-.t-_ "l"'

The crest of the present high water of James Jones and Henry IDaIr.1 I Indianapolis Ind.. June 17-The Coughs and Colds to be unequal. Cureyou will have onley yourself to '. ,-; ,'- :; ... r
x: ta expected to reach here during the The barn of Dr. Swiaeburne: I session of the head ed. A recent expression from T. J. .
thirteenth camp blame for result, as it is positivelycures :! -....- -
-
:" .-. Ii rk. big livery stables of Whytes & Meadows ;I of the Modern Woodmen of America McFarlan, Bentonville, Va., serves as and bladder
-.\" were entirely destroyeL E. J. i ii I was opened in Tomlinson hall this example. "I had Bronchitis for three all forms kidney before stated, 1 have on hand a
't''t.: Bank Official Snlcrdei. i Farnsworth and Phillip Cohen werd ;I I morning at 10 o'clock. Mayor: Book years and doctored all the time without diseaaes. po.t Office Drug rfjore. ni carload of one and two hore mowers,
:_ : New York June 17.-Frank Dean and
drowned. The entire residence I I rakes, sickle grinders repair
I also waiter and Auditor of State Herrick benitited. Then I began
,1r vies president of the Seaboard National of Heppner was destroyed, but :, being As stammering, a cause of rejection parts, and shall have in the next ten
portion welcomed the delegates.The r&
taking Dr. King's New Discovery and load of binders
bank and cashier of the Fifth Aveuue days a car reapers, ,
houses being higher service its
on
business for frequency
military
:-. bank, committed suicide at his the and built of brick and stone i Governor a few bottles wholly cured me." I I II shredders and every part pertaining
hcme in East Orange, N. J., today. Mr. ground badly damaged. The I Equally eflective in curing all Lung I is shown by the statistics of the examination -'. to make harvesting a success.
were not so \ consul of the organization.; Remember that the McCormick
Dean shot himself in the head. His schoolhouse and' courthouse, which and Throat troubles, Consumption, of recruits in different binder is the only right hand machineon

wife! anl friends say they know ol! stand on the side of a hill, were savd I Funds For flood Sunerers. Pneumonia, and Grip. Guaranteed nations. The number rejected as the market, and should you boy

: no reason for his act. Mr. Dea.n'1 but two churches, tie Methodis! I New York June 17. Additional by Anti Monopoly] Drug Store and is 7.50 thousand ex- any other, you are sure to be disap-
wire has been an invalid for some and Presbyterian, were completely I I funds to the amount of $9,000 have 'ryding's & Co.. druggists. Trial bottles stammerers per pointed.We .
jears. been sent from this city to relieve the anined in France;3.23 in Switzerland; defy and challenge the world to
wrecked free, regular size 50e, and $1.00. m
the field. There
harvest
Close "Around the depot the rising watrf t wants of the destitute in the flood 2.S7 in England ; :.2 in Austria ; .86 in U meet the us place in to show what your machines
stricken districts. Of this sum $4,000 has invested in Manchuria
Glasgow, Mont June 11.report left great heaps of driftwood piled Russia Italy and bat .19 in RUS ia. are. Call and see me and I
to Topeka Kans. a
the roof of the station was telegraphed millions for will that will interest
has higher than millions for railways, a give yon points
reached here from Sheriff Ooner'a and
to Kansas City, Kans.,
and the rescuing parties were force like sum I Tribune wants to know you, and save you money. Every
In of the escaped them and The Tampa
party pursuit to demolish the pyramids with dynamite the remainder to Gainesville Ga. The standing army to protect I machine sold will be put up and
murderers near the Missouri river BadLands In order to extricate! persons who committee has now received contributions -: twenty millions in building the city where the editors were when the St. tested before it is turned over to yon.

that the officers are certain burled .beneath. Many of fr amounting to nearly 25000. The total is hundreds of Louis exposition i bill was killed at '
1 I. that they have Harde and McKinnej were bodies carried by the Probably $5.000 more will be distributed of Ddlney. F. D. POOSER, Agent.
were
'r drown alii hassee? 3-lS-dlt-wlm
surrounded them within
apd will capture waters down the valley. to the sufferers today. millions.
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PACE EIGHT THE OCALA BANNER 1f 1-
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AN P PER old la* tins souie good features but uo- t
((1BLE IC.
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: 1RMERS INSTITUTE r board of county commissioners after % My Sons HUBBARD ,& MAGDUFF .
the ,
of of
Delivered bi Hon. H. W. Long Before leaving out provisions! levy

t COLUMN. the Good Roads Convention. an additional ,will for roads, will said a great business man, "are my

likely find it_ necessary to levy the partners and they need all the HARDWARE
Gentleman of the county commishionersand -
Hon. A. P. Baskin. Editor. maximum provided for except when strength and courage I can give
i good roads! association of them: ," and he forthwith paid for.fl
two or more counties unite to build abase
I in last 'tell how to Florida: Ioooooo policy in The Mutual DOORS SASH AND BLINDS AGRICULTURE.MPLfi
r promised my to ,
In accordance with the universal line road, etc. The senate ,substituted Life Insurance Company of New

: make the work of the farmer lighter bill for the Parri.-h bill |>ro- York Not without the most care
!. custom of all organized bodies, atI BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE PLOWS
. and suppose there Is nothing left but vidiug for the divison of counties into tul investigation; however, extending

. to get at it. Now, if I thought only a your executive head, I hereby submit road districts and for the election over six months. He was convinced -
would the for your consideration a brief reportof by just such facts as led the WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CULTIVATORS
few take advice I would be
biennially of three road trustees, prescribing -
my official acts since the adJourn- President of a National Bank inNew

compensated for the trouble from the ment of our last convention. their duties: and powers and York to make the curious and OILS, VARNISHES ATLANTIC ALL KINu

knowledge of the fact that life would for levying, collecting and disbursing'!! shrewd provision in his will, whichis
There being no provisions made by "
be more pleasant to,them. district road taxes has been enacted contained in UBanker's Will WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS.
'r the convention to enlarge upon its Write for it and also for the
Heaven ia not a place but a condi- into law and i is an excellent law it
action, and promulgate the same account of the $1,000000 policy,
tion and why not have a little of it being equitable and right that those The Annual Premiums." ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'!OVES
I Largest
throughout the state, proposed an
here aa well as to wait til after death. getting a direct benefit from an improved .
address "to the people of Florida, especially This Company rank
GLASS AND PUTTY
When God made the world He made road should pay more taxes for ft/sl-ln A tJ"Fi.sJln HEATERS, GRANITE
i I. to the several boards of county 1
Paid Policy-bolder
it with all the equipments Amount
perfect construction, than those who receive -
for man's enjoyment of life. commissioners, boards of trade, good F.sJ-In Age. IRON: PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE, CUT.
necessary
only an indirect benefit. Other
l roads associations and other business i THE MUTUAL LIFE I SURA CECmIPA"Y
If it is not a heaven to us it is our
law were passed but as I
good yet
TINGS, _EVERYTHING LERY IRON AND
organization of Florida and the STEEL
,
t fault not His. If it is a hell to us we & have not seen them as finally enacted OF NEW YORK,
members of our legislature and our
are equally to blame. Fixed laws in in whichI into law. While we have not receivedthe RICHARD A. McCUKOT. President. N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYsING
representatives
govern the world and all that portion congress support of some of the members Cecil Wilcox,Manager or Florida,Jacksoima!

' to it and there Is no escape from its elaborated and stressed the necessity of the legislature that we felt we had .3.Livingston..Agent Ocala,Fla. MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE:
! feasibility and utility of suelilegislation

. violations.! as was recommended by a right to expect, and while we did Ex-Mayor Myrou Gillette, of Tampa -

Then to make our labor less and our not get what we from a distinguished, of
a former well known citizen
your association. I had three hundred LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST
enjoyments more we must make it standpoint asked for. when we take this, city, stopped over yesterdaya PRICES
} copies printed and mailed a copy to
to keep with the into consideration that about Hubbard & Ocala Fla.
possible up procession each organization and person to whomit only : short while between train and was fflacduff. ,

as we will find ourselves left behind was addressed; and in addition one third of the several boards of kept busy! shaking hands with his --
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and standing alone. i commissioners of the --- -
county state
friend here. Besides
doing a
mailed the many
a copy to President of the !ffiL.Ir.iL

Permit me to say I have very little United States, the secretary of agriculture had actively connected themselveswith large nursery business in this state, m iff'i a

reelect for the intelligence of a man our organization, and that your Mr. Gillette i it now engaged in planting s
the dsrettor of public roads
who wants to follow in the same oldS representatives before the legislature a thuu-xiud acres in oranges in 5TRACJ55 & coi
inquiry, tbe president of the national: i
rut his daddy used either politically and inter-national good roads organization with a limited support from you, Cuba. Heeayg Tampa and all south i .,

or otherwise. We all Know that they stood almost single handed in their Florida i is on a boom. .
I I
and a copy to thirty governorsof _
plowed around the trees and stumps efforts, I feel that our effort have not ------ WHOLESALE i
states. In response I received Mr. Charles F. Schneider, manager rn i
I'Dbo\! around them, too, in ante I been for naught, and that as a wholewe
many letters of Cooiitiendation and of the "Golden Acre" grove south of --
bellum but white can plow have accomplished perhaps as I.
days; joii also a requisition from Director Mar- Ocala, has the thanks of the entire LIQUOR
around them now and grin and cuss, much as He should have expected
tin Dodge for fifty additional copiesfor Banner office for several baskets of .
cannot the modern to under the circumstances. The members I
get negro
you distribution. This and others demands Excelsior plums. The trees were DEALERS
hoe around them unless you are right of the legislature and the news- ,
i necessitated having one hun- planted four years ago and this year
7 there and if do the hoeing yourself papers of the state, who loyally stood!
you dred additional copies printed. Hon.A. are loaded with fruit. He has been OCALA FLORIDA I
it is hard work and if hot the by us in our efforts to increase the I
S. Mann came to my rescue and shipping them to the nortberc markets ._ : i
sweat will roll from your brow while facilities to supply the demand of our -
did heroic work in visiting different for the past three weeks and thepri'e
use language not appropriate fora people for improved roads: are entitled ]
you localities of the state where be addressed obtained are very satisfactory.Mr. : .
prayer meeting and grumble and to our thanks.
the people assembled and STRESS
growl because Eve and Adam fell Our efforts for good roads should and Mrs. D. A. Clark: and baby, '
apSs
did all he could in formulating a sentiment -
- from their first! estate and had the not l>e relaxed. Our organization during of Martel, left Monday afternoon for
in favor of improved road-He

curse pronounced upon theox. also took charge of the newspaper department the next two years bhould be White Springs, here they will spend I

Thus the first thing for you to do iso and did efficient service in made more effective and a good roads several weeks for the benefit of Mr. ,1

dig your stumps out but the better getting a number of the legislature to move should be formulated and Clark's health. They will be guests I !
at the "Hamilton," which hotel is
way is to pull them out. It is faster commit themselves to work for good promulgated among our people that a

and easier. Get you a log cart, such roads legislation. By mutual consentit will cause them to rise in their might great favorite with the people of this !

as is used to draw logs to the mill. was deemed best that Senator Mann next year and see to it that no man is section.; RESERVE, j '

Take two good mules drive over the nominated and elected to the legis- STaaU_ 5, &tac.4
state should call
as organizor a good Mrs.! F. L. Watson and Miss Lena -

stump throw your leaver back, catch roads convention to meet in Tallahassee lature that does not stand fiat footed I, Bullock returned yesterday afternoon I 4 FULL QUARTSS3.50 DELIVERED J

the dog's as low as possible, then, during the session of the legislature upon a jut and equitable platform in from Pablo Beach, wbt>n> for the past ;

when the mules come to pull on the the interest of good roads.
which was done. The attendance two weeks they have been the guestsof i

leaver, which is the touoge' of the was not large but was enthus My expenses! for printing, station- Miss Lydia Barn, of Jacksonville, -- -- --- -

cart, if your dogs are in the sound iastic. The house and has been $15.00. Hon.H. .
::! kindly turned over ery postage who has been giving a house party at I

part of the stump she will come out. its ball for our use and stirringspeech- H. Dickson of Orange the good the beach.

This if a practical and an economicalway es on the importance of good roads roads nestor, sent me $.OO, which I

as well as a fast one to get!; rid of Capt. W. B. Denham, of SAvanuah,
were made by Senator Mann and recommend be placed to the credit "
them. of the superintendent of the Atlantic Coast I
dues of Orange county. STRAUSS
others to an attentive audience. Those
Line, was in Ocala Friday in his
76"t
have done this i iI
When you you are attending as delegates held a meetingthe Gentlemen of the convention, with
I I private car. He is In tiue health and
ready for up-to-date machinery to next day and agreed upon the this meeting my term of office as your
his: old friends here were delighted to
cultivate and harvest your crops with. outlines of a good roads bill. We president expires. I have served you

About which I will write at another then secured an audience with the as such nearly four years to the best see him.

time, assuring you that when you legislative good roads committee of my ability. You have overlookedmy mI

have done these things the brightnessand which gave us a respectful!! hearing mistakes and. I thank you for the LOOK OUT I Maryland

happiness of heaven will begin to upon the different points we had uniform courtesy you have at all

shine on you. agreed upon to be incorporated iu the times extended to me as your presi- FOR MALARIA.An .

Things are moving here with such bill, indicating that they would standby ding officer and will in years to come epidemic of Malaria is sure ta follow -

a rush that we dou't have time to eat us when the bill introduced.I .
was look back upon our association! with the wet season and the high waters

or Bleep, but it..will. soon be over. remained in Tallahassee about a feelings of pleasure !and as a green which have prevailed all over the I

-- week and left the go xl roads legisla- spot in wy life. South. Malarial and kindred fevers
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. will develop to au alarming extent. 1 Rye.
tiou in charge of Senator Mann. The
:
In view of the fact that you have General JI health conditions
The farmers of this county should will be bad; i
Wailes-Beard muddle at that time
appreciate the fact of your having younger men who are competent to every precaution should be taken.
created divisions 5re u55itii
in toe mInds of the
perform the duties
given a citwn in your paper for the more efficiently The System Must Especially Be For.
member* of the aud
discussion of farm topios! lUll theFarmers' legislature quitea than I, and our organization: being on t.fied to Resist Malarial Attacks.

number being absent on duty asviitiug asolid tuMsand finding the ollioiil: L,. 4 FULL QUARTSSG.OOiDELIVERED.:
Institute made no mistakein A trial of fifty years has demonstrated lr
committee made it
selecting Hon. A. Baskiu as.. an uupro- cures aud responsibilities of the po- that for this emergency, Dr. Har.1 I
pi tous time to secure legislation in the sition too ter's Iron i ;aiiI.ffiL.i i 5 u u e e 5 a-c !iJ 5 5 jilGiiilMiiiJGit...
tax Tonic has
editor and now if the farmers will aid heavy a upon my time no equal. :! T
interest even of a good e nle. aud I the fighting element in the blood and : --- .
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decline -
purse, pectfuly re- -- -- -
Mr. B. this column can be of great
!' The first of June 1 learned that the election. the kiud of iron supplied by Dr. liar I'

beiieOt I presume this: column i is ,, had ter's Iron Tonic is just the kind the ,
specific measures; we asked to be
open to all farmers, whether membersof enacted into law had been killed and My interest i is your success will no t system requires to suecw!:fully combat I WbeD AWOnJQD r els ( t

the institute! or not, hence I submit relax,aud you may rely upon me malarial conditions. Don't wait until f
the outlook indicated but little being
a query standing shoulder to shoulder with you are attacked. Take it now and fortify Dpress
done iOtthe.... interest of good!: roads. yourself it is an absolute; safeguardand -
,
Mr. in efforts to elevate
Baskiu did not say to whom you your our organization -
The average member of the legislature at the same time, it is the bttt ;: has frequent
communications for this a higher broader and ,, headaches a"bad '
column upon o.se
l li acted as if he believed the enactment tonic and in\igoraut for the entire 8'So 'I' appetite.it rhabiin to sleep "well a morbid UiMoD.! 1 1 J
/
j: should be addressed so I send this to of laws authorizing sever- more useful" plane. Let us keep the tem. On the other hand, quinine dis w not n eccssarlly I'Jmq direIt's uiuUe too_ :7'l..

; you. Dispose of it as you see fit band wagon moving, the music play- turbs the system and its cumulative the
, al boards of commissioners j Liver.
county to
; D. M. BAKCO. -. ing, the good roads flag unfurled to poi-ou:; begets greater physical troubles
t. levy taxes that would be burdensometo than those it is employed to remedy.Where Dont fall to get to-day at you druggtet
the breeze, and let us see to it that it a bottl of
their constituency constituted a bad case of chronic Malaria
Quorj. does not trail in the dust until
:! every
already exists, take DR. IIARTER'S HERBINE'
What is it that destroys our corn statesmanship, when ia fact: the then
locality of every county of the state FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It is

and peanuts after we have planted, existing law authorized the levyingand has been supplied with an improvedroad guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents. qUickly aDd aurel heir the Uve

thus causing an imperfect stand? collecting of about all the taxes BUT IF YOU WILL Eeldigestive Wa to after norma tuncnona, tit
commensurate with its necessi taking the 11.1bu L..
and they were able to pay. The relief SO Cents.
My grandfather my father, be. ties. Respectfully submitted, Talre lJR. HARTER'S ALL DRUGGISTS.
lieved, and of course I have always wanted and needed was more moneyto
H. W. LOSG.
believed, that it was the ground mole build good roads without additional IRON TONICYou

whose roadway we find in the drill taxation. In the midst of personal The many Ocala friends of Mrs. ""on" Have Malaria. Price $1. ""'- -

that destroyed the grain. I have a despondency: I then wrote an openletter Whitfield, of Tampa, will regret exceedingly All dealers handle, or send to DR. ESTAILIMIKI Y Hi IIS.HUMHE .

neighbor! vtho b ataa farmer, who to the legislature of Florida to learn that she has been HARTEK MEDICINE Co.. Dayton, Ohio.nJ' BROTHERS'CASH

sly the enemy is a worm, and that making an earnest appeal to them to seriously ill in a sanitarium! in Michigan ;
Houston,TeL,Aug. 1,1001.
the mole is simply in search of this come to our rescue by tht enactmentof where she has been for some 73 "I have used Dr.Barter's
1. Iron Tonic mjself and in my MAIL ORDER
good roads weeks. She has recovered HOUSB
worm, for, as he says, the mole legislation. sufficientlyto family for over twenty-flr :rears,and

subsists on flesh and not oil grain. Senator Peacock's bill then pen- travel homewards and ia now in can as particularly heartily recommend valuable to it.ward I regard ott malarial it.
Wholesale
Who will give the.answer and thena ding and covering some of the pointswe Moultrie, Ga., her old home, where and other fevers. J.H.HATES Liquor Dealers. ,I

remedy? asked for, has since been auacted she will remain until she is more fully Land.and Emigration Age,Frisco Line. Authorized, Bottlers and Wholesale
itt,(p00-. > 4ee-bore'wlr' 'id U tenulM Dea N in Wm. J. LMB
into law. Senator Williams' bill recovered. Her daughter, Miss Sara Brewing Go's St. Louis & r.LJ3461S58 ?

Decorated crockery at same prices authorizing the levy of three mills to Whitfi ld, left Tampa Tuesday for t

&3 plain white china goods, at The be used solely in building good roads, Moultrie to join her mother and accompany FOIEYSK1DNIYC1MMakes Adams St. .
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Jacksonville
Ocala Bazaar. 617 (it I in addition to the provisions of the her home. n..
Kidneys and Bladder
Right PRICE LIST VPO.Y.lPPLIt'.iTIOV.

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I LANDSLIDE BLOCKS TRAINS. ""r"r"r""tr"'t"'r"'r"r"r'tr"r"'f''t''t1E " " !' " " ''''' ''
'CENDIflRY'S TORCH GIRL; SINKS AX INSTEPFATHER'S -

Deep Cut on Southern Filled with Ton.
. of Rock. '
: Asheville N. C., June 16.-The tide HEAD WEEKLY !

: :r CLAIMS MANY of a mountain caved in on the Souin-

LIVES. : era tracks between SparUnburg and Tennesseean Slain by Girl of

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Asheville at noon Friday.

j jI Thousands of tons of rock and dirt Thirteen Years.

: I I plunged downward, compleulj fillingone -- I BANNER'S 1

of the largest railroad cuts in the BLADE:: SUNK DEEP INTO-SKULL.

; : Fite Persons Were Cremated In mountains of Western No.h Carolina, --
a : Sad effectually! shutting off all traffic Was Chastising One of His Stepsons I r -

from the :S3uth. When Eoy Called to His; Sister For
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The Iar slue: occurred near Tryon, ,
New York Apartment Flat. N. C., just: at the foot of the Saluda:: I H,Irtre Girl Responding with I E CLUBBING !
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mountain The road had just succeeded Abcve Result
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in resuming operation of trains I --- -

[:BRAVE RESCUE is DONE.I which Spartauburg were county blocked last by week washouts, Thursday in- SneeJvule Knoxville, ,Tenn.June, says 13.-A that special Lewis fraa Bo-: I
WORK
bin;; the first day that regular tin, aged about! 6tJ' years, was murdered i LIST'
by his 13-year-old stepdaughter,
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schedules! were in effect I e e -
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The present disaster will cause ::

'i /Police found Railways of Building Covered cullment of all trains on this road an'j I head with: an ax, sinking the blade of =r= -_-. :-::
for at least seven days, as authorities the weapon deep into his skull. -
I Boll a was chastising one of his =5fc

With Oil and Rags Saturated With) Same say the that track It before will be that impossible time. to clear stepsons, when the boy called to his We have made special arrangements whereby weE 2

: It is also given out that another sister tor help. The little girl respond offer the
1,I can following rates to all paidinadvance =5
: Were crack !s seen In the mountain Ju.t in with the above resultThree
\: ;, Substance Scattered (Ibout.I : the rear of the cliff from which theavalanche two and another stepchild are subscribers : ==

I descended, and It Is predicted in jail at Sneedville. H THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville SemiWeekly i i. 3

-* List of Casualties. I that another tumble of earth and
ii, rock will occur In which caw the ROBBERY ON ERIE RAILWAY. E Times-Union, $1.50 a year
_
1< I "i.'i, -___-- _------- I II! railroad people say that it will boa at :: THE OCALA BANNER and The CommonerBrya
1' I I I! least twelve days before the running Express Car on Eastbound Train Loot
-7 t; Nw York June 15.-Five presoak tor the dissolution of the Securities of through trains can be resumed. ed of Valuables. :E an's paper] $I.75 a year

?' wtre burned to ceath early today In a I company is declared by the Americanto :, THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Semi.\\reekly a
fiat building at No. 347 East One Hun have been learned on the highest HIGHER PRICES FOR HOSIERY. Rochester, Ind., June 13.-Last midnight
tod ud Fifteenth street.It authority, but officials of the company s n express car attached to an Journal, $1.75 a year. 3

ii believed the fire was of Incen- refuse either to confirm' or deny Southern Manufacturers Will Meet To eas&ound train on the Erie railwaywas E THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week New ::

diary origin. The dead are: the statement It Is said, however Make Increases. ertered by robbers Just outside York World $r,65 a year. 3E ;
of Chicago: and completely looted.
Ttreu de Cicco, 4 years old. that the appeal now pending in the Chattanooga, T nn., June 15.-The -
Camille de Cicco, 2 years old. United States supreme court will be Southern Hosiery Manufacturers' association The robbers threw undesirable express THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly Con.r 3

Alfredo de Cicco, 4 months old. carried to Its conclusion so as to es- will meet in called sessionat II, packages along the road all the j stitution, $1,75 a year.

Fran lsr& Stefano 8 years old. I tau sh the legal status of such com Asheville N. C., June 17, to consider way from Hammond to Rochester. A
Caiwppe! Ciriano, 24 years old. I panies by the court of last resort the question of advancing prices.At freight train followed the express train := THE OCAlA BANNER and Lippincott's Magazine -
:i It II asserted by the police that the I The Northern Securities companywas I and racked; up the packages. At $ -
.' the meeting held in March prices ::: 2-75 a year. :::
iillways of the building had been cov Incorporated in 1901, with a capital were advrnced on new business but Huntington the express car door was --- --
ered with oil and that bundles of rags I of J400.000.000. Its formation wag' since this time there has been a great forced open. As this was done, one -

saturated with the same substancealso I the outcome of a struggle for control increase in the price of raw material. I of th > robbers dashed out firing two E Cash i\I'ust Accompany all Orders
shots from his revolver his
were found scattered about the cf the Northern Pacific, which precipitated For instance, yarns that were for and made --- --- -< --
pace. the stock market panic of May merly bought for 13 cents I escape. -
are now
The police then made their into E Address THE OCALA Ocala Florida.CUT
The fire was discovered by Lilio 9, 1901. costing 19 cents. The increase agreedto way BANNER, ==
the car and found two other robbers -- -
it Cicco, who lives on the third floor in March has not yet been put into -- -
hidden, behind; some packages. They :: OUT THIS COUPON, FILL IN AND
of tho building. He was caring for BIG BANKING COMBINE. effect for the reason that the hosiery MAIL TO THE BANNER. it
I were covered with revolvers and planed
a tick child when he smelled smoke makers did not feel justified in seeking 4 4+i4 '44 .44.4 .. .'. ==

and looking Into the hall found it filled Strongest Financial Organization Ever business even at the increased found'inder: & arrest.large On number their persons of valuable were 5 PrBUSHER: OCAL. BANNER: :: ::::

tw{ : witl1 imoke "and flajnes- De Cicco'scrle Undertaken in U. S. prices, in view of the prevailing conditions packages. The interior of the car __ ji Enclosed find.............. ......,..Dollars and.. .. CenUy ... :-::
of "Fire! aroused the other Pittsburg, June 13.-Plans have been in cotton. .. -
was looted, as every package, with theexception r
tecaats, most of whom made their perfected for the formation in Pitts- The southern mills now have all the :: '* for which. send me The Weekly Banner and the..................'.... ..' y-
of one, had been opened. .
escape. De Cicco with his wife and burg of OM of the greatest combinations orders they care to fill at prevailing I This package contained about J7.00U :-: .. ....... ..................................one year as per your clubbing off r :_::
one child were taken down a fire escape of banking interests ever undertaken prices, and: will not make any effort i -w

by & policeman, who tried to re- !I !in this country.By to secure new business until conditions worth of valuables. -*- --i* in the Banner.................-..,.........-.............,...I9D!. :. ._..

tarn for the others, but was surrounded the deal the Farmers' Deposit become more settled. I- *
at the third floor and National is I HEAVY BLAST IN SUBWAY. :: -.f Name................................ .........,... ..... .. :::
by flames bank, Colonial Trust compa- At the Asheville meeting it probable ::: .

TU preparing to jump when the firemen I ny, Colonial National bank, American that a further increase in prices _-_ ....................... -
I Many Persons Injured and Houses "" P.O. ............ ... .. . 4.-.
arrived. The building at this Trust company, Pennsylvania National will be agreed to, to be put Into effectat .- t -

time WM fiercely burn'ng but fire- bank. Germania Savings and Freedman a certain time, provided cotton con Shaken to Foundations. ::: State........ ..........,.... ==
9f -3
sjea: were lent up the adders in an Hold bank, will be merged, making tinues to soar. NSJW York, June 13.-'Many persons -- *. -
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' ..dart to rescue others. the largest and most powerful Institution At prevailing prices of cotton yarn have been slightly injured by the discharge :: Date 193. uslUlUlUJUIUlUiiiJUiUUklUlUlilllilliJUJUIUiUUIlUUUUlu

'tL} Ciriano was found on the top floor between Philadelphia ana the mUIs are not profiting much on contracts of a heavy blast In the sub- ::: # t tt.ttttt t !#MMktfi1 tit#>tf ##RIRt'kt* H
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*T itlll alive, but unconscious. He was Chicago. accepted at old prices. way at Broadway and Fortythirdstreet.

liken to the hospital, where he died E. Hart Given, the president of the Windows were broken on both ( ( 1 1 ( 1. ( .( .( 1 1 ( 1 ( ( (

hat! an hour later. Again the fire- Farmers' National Deposit bank, will TOOK THE MORPHINE ROUTE.J. ides of the streets, heavy rocks were

men started up the ladder, but they be president of the new concern. The I thrown to the roofs of nearby build r

were forced back by the blaze and new institution will be backed >by one C. Dickson, Merchant of Tiger, Ends ings and. a shower of splinters and

further search of the building was Impossible of the most active and aggressive Life at Clayton. II,I stones hurt many persons, but none
until the fire was eztlnruishei financial groups of capitalists west ot Tallulah Fails Ga., June 15.-J. C leriou&ly.

The bodies of the three De Cisco New York. Dickson, a merchant at Tiger, Ga, I! The shock so startled a. barber in

children were found in the thlra committed suicide at Clayton, this a shop nearby that he drew his razor's

floor. The Stefano child was found Excitement in Cotton Market county, Thursday by taking two bob edge across the customer's cheek and

en the top ''floor, but was lUll alive. New Orleans, June 15.Todays ties of morphine. laid I it open for three inches. No
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She died while an ambulance surgeon stan In the cotton market was one of Physicians were immediately sum explanation for the heavy charge of

was trying to resuscitate her the most exciting In the present bull moned, but they could not get him tc dynamite has been obtainable. Dyspeptics

Ciriano. the first to have assisted campaign. Liverpool reported sensational take any medicine for relief, as he
members of the Stefano family, was davnces. sending middling American stated he had taken the morphine to I Financing Big Deal. are made every day by tear on arskaa

overcome by smoke when he returned to 7d and both the Egyptian bu' die. He took the morphine about 3 Memphis Tenn., June 13.-C. M Doss Con that ease of aoattipuioa be&n it t

'71 to make further rescues. clique and Sully were said to be operating o'clock In the afternoon and died at Carrier & Son, of Sardis, Miss., have 7 II -

The police are lot the opinion that heavily and buying the marketto 12 o'clock at night. arranged with the Memphis Trust company // ii'SLrYf'R $ tANDTONIC'PELLETS

the fire wu of incendiary origin, and a standstill. This news influenced He leaves a wife and one child. He tor the financing of a J3UO.OOU )

are hTestlgatlng. the strong bullish sentiment alreadj I was the only living son of Rev. J. S. railroad and timber deal in Mississippi. \

There have been a number of In. existing and: on a firm tone prices advanced I Dickson, the most prominent Baptist The project includes the build-
lAd 40 is larray.
she only remedies which UIiI\ Nature cot gs$
cinilarjr Irei in tenement houses in from 11 to 34 points above the minister In the county. Ing of: :0 miles of railroad eastward
At the close of the suicide is un Powerful pwpti.es grips, ptJA ud slab eodnDIddrq<en.
WI district and a number of lives closing of yesterday. The cause from Sardis, Miss., to be known as
above the closing of known. Raooa'i Remedies psUy aDd w. the I '
live been lost. July was 7 points
the Sardis and Delta railroad, the I 1
yesterday at 13-41; August 11 points system independent 01 dnIp. For saie by' aIJ 4essrs. 1 1t
i purchase of 25OuO acres of timber
TRIAL <5f MARCUM'S SLAYERS. above, at 13-25; September was 24 I Oscar Cicero Is Hanged. lands in Quitman and Panola counties \v Your druggitt will famish a free Ilmpl. 01 sN Wl.J
at 11.56; October was 31 Camilla, Ga. June 15.OScar Cicero,
above \
points
-- I and the building and equipping of mill- \
Co.
Afttj. Hugl. People Think Witnesses points at 10.15 and December was 10 a notorious negro outlaw, known ;as the ing plants at Sardis for utilizing the Brown Mfg. IJ
above at a .8. ; "Black Diamond," was hanged her .I
Are points
Being Kept Away. hardwood timber on the tract. The New York
Jackson. Kj.. June 15.-Court was OF COOKS AND WAITERS. ; Friday by Sheriff Smith for the murder i! projected mills are to cost: in the neighborhood I \ and Qreeneville.
STRIKE
: of another negro about a year ago. of $100,000.
-. 'I -- I The drop fell at 12:05 and he died i Tenn.
the trials of Jett Will War to Bitter -
caargel: with the assassination of At- Chicago Unions End.Carry I game to the last. In all of ha! crio Victim of Rare Disease.

torr.., Jame B. Marcum, resumed. i teal career Cicero never had any Serb New York June 15.-Pauline Burk--
Commonwealth's Attorney Byrd stated I Chicago, June 15. With the union i ous trouble with a white man his hardt aged 16, has been found by the

that the detail sent out Ut nightto I employes of J6 hotels, including practically troubles being always with his ova authorities of St. Lukes hospital to

arrest and bring Into court Henry all the large hotels in Chicago of, race. be the victim of one of the rarest
already out on strike the officers I It Is form ol -
freaman a witness, bad diseases, myelitis. a
badly wanted POST OFFICE DRUG STORE OCALA FLA.McMillan .
unions
returned without the man. Lieutenant I the Cooks and Walters an Railway Mechanics Resume Work. paralysis and in two weeks has deadened '

Keonard and Deputy Whittaker, sent nounce their intention this morning the of I Kansas City June 15. The differences every muscle in. the! girl's body .
ty the commonwealth, sty that Good- again turning their attention to between the Kansas City South. 'below the hips. The- girl never hadbeen -

1.. Coombs cent along on 'the orders restaurants and cafes. I ern railroad and its mechanics hays 111 until this diattM attacked

Juige Redwine and to the surprise They have decided to stake the success ,-I been adjusted and the strike his of h.r two weeks 10.
better working
of the soldiers when within a hun- of their movement for ficially been declared off. The mss Bros
died yards of Freeman's house be rail conditions and If necessary fas i at the shops at Pittsburg. Kane. wen Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble

head and fired two shotsHe claimed existence of their organization in an : paid at the rate of 31 cents an hoof and Don't Know it.

4\.6.. that he the road. effort to involve the resources of their I and those at Shreveport at 33. 'Th I'
saw something on How To Find Out.
When the soldiers arrived at Freeman's local and International unions. Par I men asked an increase of from 2 to 4 Fill a bottle or common glass with your SJ uthen CD Works.
ticular attention, it is declared, is to hour, which was refused. IIlis I ppe }
cents an
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house he was not there. Evidence water and let it stand twenty-four hours: a "
the department store restaurants however, that the railroad I t
that Freeman had run away be given understood, sediment or set.
when he that and theIr first move will be officers promised an increase at) tling indicates an
heard
the
shots were I
them. While they did their date. Most of the strikers unhealthy condition
ai. left behind against an early '
been
garments had
and his imprint In the bed was fresh. work strikers thoroughly have succeeded among the in hotels only ,par the have returned to work. (/w I ;of if the it stains kIdneys Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills -

Ins wife admitted that he had been tially crippling the hotel service. ATTEMPTS CONSUL'S LIFE. 1 \ your linen it is t
there and she was held, but Judge Red- served I evidence of kid-
"'lne Many of the establishments Metal Workers.
refused to have her as a witness. ney trouble: too and General
breakfast with varying degrees of success I Italian Sailor Tried to Kill Signor I
The frequent desire to I
antl-Hargis thatFreeman i
people say
there is a noticeable tp
today and already I in II
it
Is an important witness and Tornielli at Havana. pass or pain I _
influx of outside help. r'-- the back is also
tne 7 fees ,that he has been hired to --Many- ot the restaurant owners informed Havana, June 15.-While the Italian convincing proof that the kidney and bladder -
remain! away from court. that those consul here, Vigio Tornielli. was seated are oat of order.
)fr. their employes) today Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
Byrd he would have to afternoon, a
says union and struck in his office yesterday I What to Do.
the
t.ose the case without Freeman and who obeyed discharged. Restaurant young Italian sailor entered and in- There is comfort in the knowledge so through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

submitted the case of the common- would be permanently and hotel proprietor* quirei whether he was the consul, and I often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
ealth. Attorney O'Neill for the detente owners affirmative he Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
receiving an reply,
this on .
unless .
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that
decided -
alike have I wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the following worksFAYETTEVILLE -
moved for instruc- fired.
peremptory revolver and
submit! whipped out a
to
Monday back liver bladder and
tions unions agree by kidneys every partof
dismissing the defendants. Judge I Ipla.cea consul's head.
bullet the
The grazed
to arbitration, In all the urinary passage. It corrects inability
Redwine excused the jury to hear the their grievance turned and fled along the N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
where the employes have walked The sailor i to hold water and scalding pain in pass ig ,
arguments on the motion. the consul. \I bad effects of
street, pursued by it, or following use liquor
union would be Ignored
I out so far, the The miscreant ineffectively fired the I wine or beer,and overcomes that unpleasant JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...
treated only
NORTHERN and the employes necessity of being compelled to go often
SECURITIES CO. only charge in his revolver at his nearest
as individuals. Hundreds of business during the day, and to get up many times
He finally overpowered
Preparations men today carries their lunches pursuers. was I during the night. The mild! and the extraordinary
Being Made for Dissolu- and arrested. He gave die ._-
effect of
is
from home with them, having learned Swamp-Root soon
. tlon of Same. probably would be name of Pletro-Alliney, and offered no realized. U stands the highest for its wonderful
1\ew that the hotel war iZiZiZiZ22 ? SZSZSZSZ5 5I
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15.-It is stated by explanation other than he was compelled cures of the most distressing cases.
the New York American that the intended to include all restaurants. to do the deed. It is believed If you need a medicine you should have the [;; FLORIDARUBBERSTIlMPWORKSlaDufacturer9

northern Securities company will be Signed Death Warrant that he ia Insane. best. Sold by druggists in SOc.and$i. sizes.
I voluntarily dissolved and that the 15.-Covern I Witnout You may have a sample bottle_ of this Nteot'Uuto-
New Orleans June Forty-Six Days rooa. .. of Seal. Rubber Stamp*,
tock, of the Great Northern Railroad Heard has signed the death warrantof I Augusta Ga., June 15.-Dr. W. R. wonderful discoveryand graph Stamps and Supplies. Any style made to order S w 1:
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book that ,
I 4 Company will be distributed among the A, E. Batson of Missouri convicted Wilkinson fasted his 46th day yester I more a about it,both tells sent 11' .,;., Ii.'" hours. Special attention to mail orders.
f shareholders. In this manner the prop of the murder of seven boys of tin day and walked 3% miles. He is feeling absolutely free by mail, .. ... I When In the city give us a calL a

their erties mentioned will bi returned to Earl family, and fixed August 14 as finely and will continue to fast until J address Dr. Kilmer b 9oamotewampaoo:. 231 MuiuStreet, Jacksonville, Ha. $

former. owners. the date: of the execution. his normal hunger returns. Co., Binghamton, N.Y. When writing men-
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Written Ea"P Mlly for the Ola Banner. I Ice newspapers and would not allow ALEXANDER LIVED i'..1
AFTER TRAGIC SCENE those who conversed with him to men- '

\ THE DAUGHTER'S CHOICE. i tion the' death of the king and ; Llllft COLLIQ [

queen of Servia, nor permit them to IN CONSTANT TERROR
wasted
and
They stood,I wan group "
,: Tliit far off April day BELGRADEJRANQUIL speak, the word "assassination. r
Where sparkling in the son's warm beam It is reported here that Kin'g.Charles I8TH TEAR OFCKJ OCTOBER i I. tM .

,. Chebogne'a clear water lay, _, of Roumanla! who was honorary colonel Each Night Locked Sejurely I.'I'
Tbc rippling* the strawl .Feeling: of. Cheerfulness Pervades of the Sixth regiment of Servian "" ---.&.-__ 4..... a.-1i-'i -J: I -

The bre *el.fresh and fair I infantry which perpetrated the massacres In Palace Chamber. ,

.Time exit la their native land the City. at Belgrade has aTsred his Ii Announcement :

You thkllop watts to tears connection with the regiment which, PALACE SEARCHED FOR S lloC5.

Aaad-eyed and.they gather there BUT TRCCf STILL ON DUTY. he considers has given such "horrible. II E The following departments are open for HiinimScllizs -

With slow and feeble pace. Palace Is Guarded by Cordon of Infan- proof of lack of military honor" Nightly Soldiers Patrolled the Palace ;1 CcZese. Scilhs laiesy. Bfu Xufe ,..

For on each cheek have want and care From Rcof to Cellar, Peering Into l1elbs Eisinen! : S&::1, SHiss Suns ef !x;resetea,
Resi-
And famine left their trace. try and All the Ministerial KARAGEOROEVITCH'i ElECTICN. I
.. .The glowing hoj>ea with which they sought Dark Corners for Possible Engines i' Bsllins School cf fine Arts, Snisi S h If f Icztttl; ft IshrtjUI tfq.
dences In the Vicinity Are Under I
This then untrodden shore. It It Regarded it Certain When Skupschtma !- of Destruction. II, =="; '-_ =mw
To test of stern experience bought. Close Watch of Troops. IiI
Assemblies. I: The trustees announce as president the coils g* to tuatti ,*. QM.|* M W. '
Are now forever o'er.I Belgrade June 15.-At mldnigh.: Belgrade June .-The chief inter Vienna June .-It fs now known !;i D. D.. resigned. Rev William Freemont Bl ckm.., Ph D.. othra/ .,.. 1b tea

.. Ten weary moons have waxed and waned last night tranquility prevailed here. est centers in the approaching session that the late King Alexandei lue- II Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Yale Coiveiwly tram IH to 140*. .tti a rte
wild- in a state of terror daring the la.... iuatractors. b. ........< UW. ..
Since first they trod this The streets have practically been deserted of the skupschtina. The election of II, of twenty profcswra and l.ql1ind may ti pllaWaa g

The stalwart sire,the matron grave. since 9 'p. m., with the exception Prince Peter Karageorgevitch as kingof weeks of tug life. Nightly soldiers I II ----_ -_ __,_ __,"- 1'1

The youth and tender child. of small military patrols which Servia Is regarded as certain al- belonging to the Pioneers' division 'iq
Five dreary months of frost and snow searched the palace from roof to cellar q .
This little band have braved. paraded the thoroughfares. The though Prince Mirko, Montengero. peering into all dark corners for 'iil F. BL QKf1 !N. FRES. WINTER MRJC.g "LA.I .
have votes. Here and il
And round their cabin's fragile walls palace was guarded by a cordon of -Infantry may some
bombs. Each the king securely -
all the ministerial residences there a republican tendency Is notice- night was ._
raved. and I -- #
Have wintry tempests ="- =-::==-
locked: in his bed chamber bj
in the vicinity of the palace
Tar-stretched,their aching eyes have seen were, closely guarded by detachments. able.Notices have been placarded on the the adjutant'( In the' presence of the .

;,The boundless,forest spreadS oil walls of Belgrade enjoining the peopleto palace commander

Around,a trackless sky waste bel"V of snow. ;A troops.general feeling of cheerfulness observe the laws and reminding It is also stated that for several Mf- .M tttf f*$.***$$
R'fr ,
flowing
A
i eks the late Draga had
: w Queen pre-
to them that meetings of any kind on the
for Sabbath chimes the ceaseless! boom pervades the city and according V &
*Of Fundy's neighboring deep reports the country' also. .The city : preceding the assembling of the skup- pared for flight independent of the

howl tchtina or during its sitting. Mingled king, who Is supposed to hare been READ
The fo*.bark and woU'i long coatiiuea i .ti'b& beflamed.. Former.
;,To soothe their nightly sleep! with the general satisfaction felt gradually growing reconciled to the, !

project of his divorce from Draga and
r 1 at the success of the coup d-etat there
a And now the vernal time hath come: his marriage with the Princess of
is some sense of depression and at the
.
t And*Unfettered timed from leap its the shady brooks.haunts M possibility of foreign Intervention. Xenio of Montenegro. The conspirators S The Florida Times-Union f

are reported to have learned this
The earliest Mayflower looks:
y;;
The rt.1 breast' mating song is heard Powers Will Punish Murderers. and fearing the marriage would provea -

';"The tender grass upspnngs, London June 15.-A special dispatch continuance of the Obernovitch dynasty : REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. :

The warm South wind I lows softly in. from Rome says a semiofficialnote hurriedly commenced! the task "
DAILY AND SL :' DAY
With gladness on lU wings. published there declares that whoever of extermination. .
i One )lontb.pusagepaid f M .
and sounds. ie ita A is made king of Servia the powers Lately King Alexander tried vainly .. Three Months, page paid I ,.
But i:vain are now these sights ..
a I will exact the punishment of the i. to become reconciled: with exiled Ser- WI Six Months pontage paid a as
The exiles'feet to stay; .. One Year postage paid La*
For them these scenes have now no charm. murderers of King Alexander and viaas which also Increased the anxietyof .

Their hearts are tar away. 5Z Queen Draga as civilized: countries the conspirators. Queen Draga'ssisters ILLUSTRATED Semi.Weekly SUNDAY Fdition EDITION Six Moulin$1 SO f A VfA "
y
Their chamless thoughts are roving far cannot tolerate that administrativeand were permittee to have a last Semi-U eekly: Edition OM Yaw i wAll

Athwart the billowy foam, military positions In any country look at the body of the late queen. .

To where the lights of love makes glad They the was shrouded in ;
should be occupied! by assassins. say corpse communications and remittance..bOllda4dT..C'd to :
Each dear New England home. white silk. The youngest of Draga'ssisters

Yet some be here will bravely dare Report Denied by French Minister. was carried away unconscious.In THE FLORIDA TIMES-OHiOH JACKSONVILLE, FLI R LSUZWRI2E .

7' The rigors of that clime Paris, June 15.-The foreign office the late king's desk there was --- ._- .

I Content to wait in patient trustA here today received two dispatches direst found in addition to various interesting .

more auspicious time 1r \ from the French minister at Belgrade private papers, about 10000.

Whilst others still with failing hearts saying that the city and country The Austrian: foreign office pays! : :
hath flown. t
whence hope
And breasts officials scant attention to the that
are quiet and that the Servian reports
Will seek once more their native plains FETES KARAGEORGETITCH.
say It is established that thereis Prince Peter may renounce his claimto eI

Through absence dearer grown. his Minister wounds.Tudorivics has succumbed to no truth in the report that the Ser- the Servian throne in favor of his ...i...l...t.ules.saoe..

The hour is come-the parting hour- vian army is marching to attack Belgrade eldest son. The officers here consider -

Impatient sways the sail, :Minister of Commerce General Gen- from Nish. this quite improbable especially as
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The rising tide soft laps the beach shies, in an Interview said he considered I it would necessitate a regency! which -
blows the gale; that if there republican lf
.And freshly was any under the present circumstances,
And hands are clasped and sighs are breathed; tendency In the cabinet it was Insignificant SON SHOOTS FATHER.
-' would be dangerous. The chances ol For June
And throbbing bosoms swell The election of a ruler, he ApplicationOn
Prince Mirko, of Montenegro, are regarded -
to speak
And faltering tongues essay aid, could not occur before Tuesday, Utter Was Whipping Wife When the
Thar sorrowful ferewell. as being slim. Trees Ust-
but it was almost certain Prince Peter Boy Interferred.New Bearing

Now: group by group they lee the shore. Karageorgevitch would be elected. York June 15. In defense of MORE MILL MERGER TALK.

And gain the shallop's deck Prince )Urko, of Montenegro, had no his mother Charles Muchfield has shot

i yet lingers still one matron grave, chance whatever. and seriously wounded his father. FRUIT
Trio of New Yorkers Issue Call to :
neck,
t And clasps her daughter's M. Genshics was reticent as to the Mrs. Muchfield and her son left their PERUVIAN AND MANURE
!"the mother cries- Southern Soarers.Ralel
with u-- "Come
event at the palace early on Thurs- apartments in New York two monthsago VINE
:"My own.my precious child! h. N. C., June I5.-A call f<
waste day morning. He did not considerit because of the father's alleged
Nor here among this howling a general conferee oc the southern
Remain thou self-exiled. expedient to publish an official account 111 treatment. The son is an electrician cotton yarn spinners has been issued A HighlGrade, Natural Guano Foimula- F.niiit. -I)' Fu tit u< '"1 I

.- of what had 'transpired until with his
and mother establisheda
H. Victor I. Cum-
by Percy Brundage,
'Oh,come with us. where kindred hearts matters had settled down. The mIn- Forms of
home in Jersey City. Sulphuric Acid.
nock and Henry F, Soving of 48 Wall
'Awaits ns o'er the foam
ister 'added that since his access-ion
Where nestles'neath New England skies Muchfield walked in upon them sud street New York, who ask these to

Our once familiar home. denly and immediately set upon his meet in Charlotte at the county court Send for books-

Tball Om shall till with life oncVmore. wife with an umbrella. The son in- house on Thursday June 18 at 11 our new

Again hearth-fire blaze terferred, and was knocked down. Although o'clock. "
Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida
And thou shall be its joy and pride several ribs were broken and Oranges"WILSON
The call states that the signers have
As oft in happier days. he was iu great pain the lad procureda
recently: visited the south, and in inter
a maiden's tears- pistol and as his father rushed at
Pat falls the beautious views with leading cotton yarn spinners
c sobs her utterance chokeAs him the second time, he fired. The have wel- &
Quick 1ti learned that they would TOOMEU FERTILIZER COM I t h i
in her breast her mother's words bullet struck him Just under the right
come a merging of their interests If a
The tide ot feeling woke: eye, and Just missed being mortal
plan could be developed looking ratherto 'IJ.\CKSOS11LI.E. ILOKI1H.
That mother's form she:wildly strainsIn : 1 The wounded man was taken to a
mutual corporation than to an arrangement
embrace
passionate hospital and the son surrendered to
The mantling flush of maiden shame the police. of purchase and sale of the OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS.
O'er spreads her lovely face. properties. This plan they say has
1 .
H' been' formulated and has been approved 4

"Oh mother dear!entreat me not. Truant Wife Taken Back. by several large spinners. -

With thee to go this dar" Jackson Miss., June 1' -Aubrey -
A pleading voice by thee'unbeard..
Landis, the gay young Lothario who DEATH IN DISTILLERY.

Oh.Impels fain with me here the*to in stay.yonder barks : % eloped from this city with the wife elL < ( > ) z-i-:

No more again to roam' TUB EOTAL'l'.u.Ac& of C. E. Orwood. and before leaving Casks of Spritis Explode With Most

Td seek is sought the Dove the Ark, obtained $50 worth of Jewelry from a Disatrous Results.
'* the late King Alexander had committed
My childhood's happy home. local establishment under false pre- Glassgow June 15-Three men,three
constant errors and lost his hold on
tenses and was placed under arrest boys and a woman were killed and a
the fond maternal love ,
I know the people; his Improper marriage Fern Hill
That fills thy gentle breast. with Draga Maschin and the comedy a few days ago at Fort Worth Tex., number of persons were injured last RyeH.

The yearning pasionate and deep Las been released from custody the flight as the result of a fire at a whisky -
played In connection with the preparations
That cannot be repressed; local complainant declining to incur distillery.!

I know tie loving care that watched. ,for the birth of an alleged heir. the expense of prosecution. Mr. Or- Thousands of casks of spirits exploded ROSENTHAL & SONS Distillers.
o'er.- The coup d'etat was fixed for June 11,
infant footsteps
My wood, who has been prosecuting a bringing down a wall adjoininga
well mutual because on that day Queen Draga'swish CINCINNATI
I know too our gaze '
frantic search for his truant wife for flour mill. The victims were buried OHIO.
Shall meet on earth no more. to proclaim her brother Niko-
the past three weeks, has returned beneath the debris.
dem heir to the throne was to have
s But,mother,there's a dearer yet been from Fort Worth, where he found the
fulfilled.
.
Than e'en a parent's claim.A .- woman and a reconciliation took place. To Compete For Palma Trophy.
M. Genshics with
concluded indorsing -
woman's beat'Nerd
holier tie.thy New York
'" v June 15.-American riflemen -
ask me not to name, Prince Peter Karageorgevitch as
More Arrested for Peonage. who are to compete at Bisley, This is the whiskey you hear peep.
honorable and
t A power whose wizard spell forbids an man an earnest
{ ; Montgomery, Ala., June 1".-Depa. England, for the Palma trophy which
My footsteps hence to roam well-wisher of Servia. about when
For one most dear hath asked of me ty United! States Marshals Gibson and the English experts won in Canada talking they sayThat

To share his heart, and home. RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT'S VIEWS Colquitt" brought In today four more last year have arrived from Sea Girt

,- prominent white citizens of Tallapoosa N. J., where they were practicing, and Good "
., "True is his love;and deep and pure Whiskey
t charged with will sail today OB the steamship Lu-
county, peonage. The!
The love I for bim beer Profoundly Moved at Late Tragie
W. D. cania. On the team of 12: which
are Cosby, under five Indictments men,
My faith pledged,my promise given Events: In Belgrade.
His name and home to share St. Petersburg, June 15.-In official: ; Jerrea Berry under Jive Indict i includes four substitutes are four New It has held its place at the head of 1M

And by these dreary months o'erpait circles here today It is stated none ments; Allan Turner under two indictments I York m "
By all my hopes ofbca\'en. of the powers In inclined to raise dif and Jack Patillo, under I Massachusetts, New Jersey Pennsylvania column of High Grade Goods for

I vow to keep my faith with him two Indictments. All made bond oi Ohio and the District of Colum-
ficulties In the
recognizing
sovereignthe
To whom my troth is givens'Axstie! Servian elects $1,000 in each case.TELEGARPHIC. bia. many years, on what? Its Merit
TAYLOR Foss! parliament whose
accession is calculated to
endanger a
Ocala,June 1993-
condition which might lead to anarchy BREVITIES.In Ball Players Escape Punishment
Last Hops Realized. Philadelphia, June 15.
His -Napoleon
Jin official note giving the views of .
(From the Sentinel,Cebo.Mon.) the government follows: the British house of commons the LaJoie aid William Bernhard of the STRAUSS & CO.

In the nm op niug of Oklahoma to "Tragic events at Belgrade have occasioned budget bill passed without a division 'Cleveland American League baseball *

Ibb9 the editor of this club were today purged of contemptof
in
settlers paper profound emotion In Russia, Frank Dupree a negro who murdered

was among the many seekers after where there Is the keenest Interest In a white man at Long Leaf La., court The players violated an Injunction Distributors.Ocala .

fortune who made the big race one everything affecting the Servian peo was lynched Friday. granted about a year ago restraining

4 floe day in April. During hip traveling ple. All the blood that has been Major W. H. Gibbes, who h said them from playing baseball Fit
than
the
with other National League
1 about and afterwards his camping shed can only awaken in Russia a to have fired the first shot in the civil
club of Philadelphia. The said
be encountered much feeling of compassion which In the war died Columbia S. C. court
at
,., upou his claim, present Instance Is increased by the they deserved punishment but as all

bad weather, which, together with fact that the king and queen of a The prosecution in the Jett-Whiti parties had come to an agreement, h, ) > ft

severe heat, gave him a very severe I friendly state have fallen victims ol trial, In progress at Jackson Ky. ii would let them off.

diarrhoea which it seemed almost violent hampered by the absence of witnesses
death
a and that the Oberno

I impossible to check, and along in I vitch dynasty closely bound up In Count Cas&ini, the Russian ambassador Lost In Futures, He Suicided. -- .-

June the case became so bad he expected the history of Servia, Is now extinct to the United States. states thai Nashville, Tenn., June 15-A specialto

to die. Oue day one of his The most fervent desire prevailsIn the public meetings being held In the The Banner from Fayetteville JAS.I.GRAHAMtPresident. GEOW.IIYDF,1'hat f err

neighbors brought him one small bottle Russia that Servia, after this fearful Interest of the Jews will have ne Tenn, says George Morgan, a promi-

crisis, be able to effect on his government He declares nent merchant committed suicide this
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera may pursue peacefully
The First
that Russia is morning by shooting himself through National Bank
And Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope. the course of her national life not unfriendly to the i'
'," .; In the direction which the patriotism Jews. the heart. It thought the deed .

'-. A big dose was given him while he of the Servian Dllon!. 't- *, a neo...... Tennessee Outlaw Captured. was the result of depression caused by OF
-- yeas rolling about on the ground in conception of their supreme interestswill fceavr losses in futures. GAINESVILLE.
Knoxville. Tenn., June 15-A specialto
gnat agony, and in a few minutes the Indicate."
The Sentinel from Midalesboro.. Ky.,
doe was repeated.The good effect of says: General Turner brother of Lee Seaboard Sued for $50,000. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County

the medicine was soon noticed, and SULTAN GREATLY AFFECTED. Turner who is charged with complicity' Charlotte N. C., June 15.-Suit has

within an"hour the patient was taking In the celebrated "Quarter House" battle 'been brought by the'Seaboard S. E. Todd of Charlotte Capital.- .. .. . .. . . .. ... .. .'. . .jungp t?'
hia'' tint sound sleep'for a fortnight. Unable tolisten to Details of Tragedy was captured by the sheriff of Anderson against Air Line Surplus and Undivided Profits ;
at Belgrade. for 50000. Mr. Todd while in the . ... .. .. .. ,. mcH. > ,"i h.
f That one little bottle worked a com; county Tennessee and was Does exclusively a banking business with facilities t'o'an j
Constantinople, June ,15.The terrible discharge of his duties at the Seaboardpaaoenger beak im tw
plete cure, and he cannot help but feel lodged in the Pineville. Ky.. Jail this state. Solicui the accounts of Farmers, Mmbifnto Corpora
ham at ..
Belgrade caused stupe station was run over by the
morning.! General Turner Etc. Interest allowed
recently
was by special
for bowel disorders arrangement. All bu.Ifif
grateful. The season faction at the Yildix palace., The Sultan defendant company's train and both transacted
reported as having been killed byLee
promptly
'
suggests this item. For sale by :was affected that he crushed that 10"17
so was unableto kg so badly amputation
Turner, but the report was false. H. E.T A YLUR, Ca.hief
Anti..Monopoly. ,Drug Stote. m fcten! to tb. details published IE ,.' ,wu'**c s arr:
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Chicago Cafes and Hotels Open Theif Let Us Thresh the

Doors Again. :: IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT os

Chicago June 17.-So many of the TRIALJMACKSON ROCK ISLAND ROAD Matter OutNo Ithe

waiters un& day of June, A D. tytj,
and other striking hotel and
Potash-No I win apply to Honorable Robert Bullock
restaurant employes have returnedand Defense Places Dr. Kash Fruit County Judge in and for :dan n County SLate
Ezeacises of on Three Men Are Killed and of
Commencement Florida at his office
asked to be re-Instated that nearly No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds in Ocala. in said county,
for an order
tuthonzinz me
as Guardian
,
University of Virginia. all of the restaurants and cafes that the Stand. Four Injured.LIST No Nltrojcn-No Leaves Frances I. Lesesne, the minor heir ol the estate"ihf' 0
have been closed for several days have R. Lcs** ". deceased. to sell at private
following property belonging to said
HISTORIC SEAT OF LEARNING. either opened their doors or have announced FIRST MAN TO REACH MARCUM. OF THE CASUALTIES. These three estatetowjt: Commencing 11.15 cbs, west ol

their Intention of doing 69 northe&st corner section 35, townabio I],
things must range :TO. thence west 21.25 clu.

IIr. RooMvelt Third President to Visit tomorrow.The Testified that He Saw Jett on Walkat Passenger Train and Gravel Train be suppliedto south 8.iochs 39.93 chs, east 21.25 chs. south 22 chi. east
conditions in all the hotels north 17Ch5West3.Sochs,north ijoch*
. University of Which Thomas Jef are Cornr of Courthouse Yard Ten Crash Together With Disastrous soil westjo links north 39 97 chs, to beginning, ilw
report*! satisfactory. Every one oi Re-I your southwest quarter section 25 towt hip it lIege
Seconds Before Shots Were Fired suits at Elmira :20. eject* 13.15 chs. east and
ferton Was Founder-Special Train them in which strikes were called if a Station South .f Write to us north and southwest north east weitby corner u cu.and

President From running In some fashion and most of Which Killed the Attorney. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. north half of northwest quarter and northwest
Carried Washington. and
will of
we quartet northern
ol ,
them quarter xctioa 36 township -
are giving regular -
service. The
13, range 20. and southwest ectioa
CltiloUesTlIle, Va.. June 17.-ThtCuirenltj strike leaders held an early conference Jackson, Ky., June 17.-B. L. Ewerf Cedar Rapids, Iowa Juie 17.- send you 30. township" 13. range n east,521.59 quarter acres.

of Virginia today to deciie what reply should and his family are still in the military Three men were killed and four injured 1 some books Said o'. land belonging to the estate of the said
today entertain. I. the L. } R. Lesewne! deceased to be ol4 forth* _
giving
fd the president of the United States be returned to the peace propo'sal oi camp here and greatly. appreciate the aa the result of a collision of a best latru of saul minor heir
the committee from the steam efforts of the press soldiers and Rock Island passenger train and a \ gist of the hole matter. This 26th day of:May. 1903
Uj right royally the *tud nts of tail power 5.21) 4t MARGARKT E. LRSESXE, Cuardia.
ethers to raIse funds to them gravel train at Elmira 20 miles southof
historic Kit of learning; perfomred council secure CEBMVV KUJ \WORK!
a home. Contributions are coming I here, this morning. The accidentwas 92:>>i-'Id $&., e"wi.. 9
their dntln. as hosU.Ta Frazer River Floods Lowlands. CHARTER
from all! points of Kentucky and othersUtes. caused by the failure of the gravel /A p OF THE CENTRAL
.ocr.Mlon of the Vancouver B. C.
president's visit June 17.-The q. I I. _
Captain Ewea said he would'' train to clear the main track before NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA.No. .
vu ta attend the seventy-ninth annual gradual rise in the Frazer river still :;c
Lot rebuild in Jacksoa. as he felt that the passenger train arrived. The dead: /
commencement of the university. continues and the lowlands in several .-:
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EKon Herring of Lisbon .. 6825-
I neither his property nor his life would and two .
Roosevelt is th. third president II districts are under water. A break
I be safe unknown men all ride. Treasury Department. Office of
th&r There are apprehensions stealing a the ComptroI.*
the unIverSIty of In the Pitt river I .
to VISIt which Thom. dyke resulted In the
i iII
that Ewen will ie shot at long j The injured: the death of King Alexander had not ler of the Currency.
Jefferson/ whose remains lie quit submerging of several hundred acres
dose to th college he loved. waaloaatfor of land. Hacoman island about 40 range by some sharp&hcfier white haL T. A. Myers passenger engineer ol been renewed. Washington, D. C, June 9, n >

-Pr"ldnt Hayes and Prell. miles up the river from New Westminster in camp, and arrangement are be- Cedar Rapids. The governmeat hai considered WHEREAS." BY SATISFACTORy EVIdence -
lIng made for his removal to Leilas- James Barnes, baggageman, legs, whether it should denounce crimes presented to the undersigned u
I U
under water. There baa been
made
are
to taat
appear
ton. His daughters were sent to arms and thigh broken. which had disgraced the Servian capItal I.
50 farmers living on this island, anda I hill The Central National Bask of OcaU"
siter today, in Madteon county. Barnes, fireman of the gravel by withdrawing the British min located in
I the
oty of
steamer in
was sent up from New West Ocala the county of
When court convened this morning train. ister. It, however, had been thought Marion and sate of Honda has complied with
I
, minsetr today to take off the people the defense placed Dr. J. M. lUsh on i aeodore Hecht, of Traer, a passenger better that Sir George Bonham remainat all the provisions ot the statutes of the Cmled
States required to be
and cattle. So far. this has beenbut complied with belore an
i the stand. Dr. Kash wa the firM ribs broken. his post and protect British inter association shall be authorized to commence the
one drowning. ests. He would ,not b* accredited to buaines&of Banking
man to reach Marcum after the
assasSin Nnw,therefore. I,William B. Ridgley Comptroller -
t r Treaty Will Not Be Passed. bad felled him. Dr. Kash testified ELECTION IN REICHSTAG. the new government until further Information 01 the currency do her.by certify thai
t wa. received regarding the -The Central National Bank" of Ocala located
[ that he saw Jett the walk al
on in the city of Ocala. in the of Marion and
county
.. New York. June 17.-The canal the corner of the courthouse yard ten I Official Returns from Three Hundred circumstances under which it had !state of Flp.ndau authorU to commence the

treaty will not b* business of Banklig as provided in section
tho Colombian
passe-I by seconds before the shots were fired. arid Fifty Constituencies. I come into power. one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised fifty-

congress, callei: to meet on He went directly to Marcum and assI6t.1ed I Berlin. June 18.-The Socialists' vie- .I These powers, In regard to whose Statutes ol the Cnued States.

June j tory in the election attitude the government received Information In testimony whereof witness my band and
4 !O, says a Herald dispatch from to carry him across the street into I[ reichstag yesterday seal of office this ninth day of June loot.

'. Bogota, Colombia. This is the con his office where he died 15 minutes II was largely at the expense of the two .I had Instructed their representatives [SEAL] WM B. RIDGLEY,

census of the best Informed opinion in later. Commonwealth's \ttorneJI j radical parties: who voted as the socialists to accept the provisional 619 Comptroller of the Currency.

/ the republic. Notwithstanding many Byrd crosa-examiaed Dr. Kasb, but did did in the last reichstag on the government as the de facto authoritywith

rumors that have been sent from the not hack his story. Dr. John Tan I tariff, military and naval affairs. Hence which current business shouldbe NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

capital, the fact remains that congress : bee, the Hargis family's physician, was OB these questions the new house isaot transacted.

does not dare defy the wishes of a next placed on the stand and he corroborated I distinctly different from the old Department of the Interior, Land Office a

L majority of the people In the matter. the statements of Dr. Kasb, : one.The Sultan Sends Warning. Gainesville, Fla, June 8, 1503.

Should it be left to a public vote the and other defense witnesses. official returns from 330 con Constantinople, June 18.-The sultan NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN THAT THE

teit would show stituencies are: Socialists, 53; Center has warned Madame Christich, the settler has filed notice of
an overwhelming majority County Judge James Hargis, an uncle > his intention ta! make final proof in ol
antagonistic! to the propol ltlon. of Jett. and the reputed. head ol party, 60; Conservatives, 21; Fret mother of Milan, son of the late King his claim and that said proof will be support made be.

Public opinion is unanimously againstthe the Hargis faction, was called. Bar.I Conservatives; National Liberals, 6, Milan of Servia, to carefully guard her fore Clerk Circuit Court a.. Ocala, FUu,on

I other She is advised to keep her July /itft,iwi,
and factions 27. Total of members son. son
canal. Doubtless there will be an gla stated that he was inside his! store viz ANN E.
I : of
NOBLES Early Bird, Fla, Hi
elected 161. in the house and not allow him to
.1'r".It. 'IIH.by Coil.,.... W..ALy.rwivz effect on the part of the government to when Marcum was killed. Hi saw appear .i 27416 for the north half of southwest quarter of
' Second' elections are required in 134 on the streets. It Is presumedthat section 14 township 15 south
range 19 east.
Induce congress to ratify the treaty, White walk out of the courthouse door He names the following witnes.
JIOO&TELT.WIt I constituencies this advice was the outcome of es to prove
but this support will not sway the op and was one-third across the street his continuous residence upon and cultivation
The failure of either of the radical fears that an attempt may be made to o< said land, viz:J. D. Williams, of Earlv Bird,
GwluKl bars the hospitality ponents of the measure. I when the first shot was fired. Fla., S. Williams
enjoyed Jesse of
parties to get a single seat does not murder young Milan, although it is Early Utrd. PU..
"When I heard the first shot fired I Leroy Williams,of Early Bird Fla.. Ephraua
of this truly southern Institutes I mean that they will not get a number not believed that there will ever be Parker of Leroy, Fla.
Heavy Rainfall In tendon. eaw Ewea pitch out of the door airj '
and the warm welcomes they re- of members at the second election as' any prospect of his succeeding to the W. G. ROBINSON,

MlTtd *.re duplicated today to Pres New York, June 17.-Not since 1879 run. I then saw Marcum fall. 1 then their candidates will be supported throne of Servia. *4r Rigiater.

idai Roosevelt The president's special has so wet a spell been known at this came to the door hurriedly. I saw uy all the anti-Socialist parties. CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.In .

train arrival today from Washing season of the year, cables the London Judge Blanton approach the wounded
man. I saw Curt Jett approaching I Considering: Text-Book Bids.
o'clock hTe Mon-
ton at 11:30 a. m.
correspondent of The Herald. Then FAREWELL TO LIPTON. County
Court Marion
County, Florida-
tlc lo guard at the l the scene of the tragedy. My recol- ilontgom&ry, Ala., June 18.-Th By
guards were on
the rainfall for June was 4 inches. Al the County Judge of said County
4.pot and kept back the crowd that Action. is that I saw Dr. Kash apI state uniform text-book commission
the month is not half Sails on Oceanic For AmericaKingEdward WHEREAS E. C.
though yet over S1MMIS HAS APPLIED11 -
I proaching about the time the last has opened the bids of the several
i i1s4 assembled> to sea the dlstinguish4 the have been I Sends Message. to this court lor letters of administration
figures already
Visitors have been passed. shot was fired; I am not certain ai publishing houses for the furnishing on the estate ot John Bunch, Jehu Underwood
lUlL pourIng Tnree inches and a half fell during London, June 17.-There was a large and Stephen Vanzant deceasid, late of said
to the exact time. of books to the state public schools.
Into the since yesterday and CountyufManoo.
city six gathering of people at the Easton railroad
the last days Saturday and Sun
I
The commission is now considering the These are therefore to cite and admonish all
tt, tote rooms and teams were at a today to bid goodby to Sir Thom. and singular the kindred
day alone being responsible for more and creditirsof: said
FIELD SPORTS BY BLIND. bids and recommendations of the sub-
.! decea..ed. to be and
fcrsaina tkls mornnlg.Tft than 1% inches. Remembering thai I as Upton, who sails today on the commission relative to what books tc'' or before appear before this Court on

president was heartily cheered : this is Ascot week it will be under Oceanic for New York. The crowd ,
Inmates of Wisconsin Asylum Compete select. Over 300,000 chitiren of this Af iSlh day ofJulr A. D. wj,
u be stepped from his car. He was i cheered him heartily while Sir Thomas and file
half of London is in
stood that the state interested in the outcome. Their objections, if any they have. to the
s!let by Dr. Paul Barringer, chairman I of despair over the unfavorable ; For Prizes. waved his farewell On the same granting letters atI aforesaid, otherwise the
depths
selection will be made known Thurs-- same will be granted as prayed.
of todif ewrcUea and a committed weather. I Chicago, June 17. A dispatch to traIn was J. Pierpont Morgan, who also -I a.y. Witness my name as County Judge of the

of alnmcL The party was driven I The Tribune from Janesville. Wis., was cheered by the Upton contingent County aforesaid,this 4th day ot Tune 1001.
(ISEAL] .
BULLOCK.
tract to the university, where the exrcliM Ct-sitaiized: at $zoouuouu. says: King Edward telegraphed to Sir Thomas 6 ll 6t County Judge.

WIre held In. the public hall. Denver, June 17.-Papers prepared i The 88 inmates of the state institute Lipton as follows: -

Bar* the students welcomed the president here to be filed in Wyoming of the for the blind have held their field "As you are just about leaving for AHEAD NOTICE.In I

II true college style. The ad- Sonora Chihuahua and Monterey rail. | day sports here. America, let nee wish you a prosperous LOOKING

I ton before the alumni association, road. capital J20.000.000. The promoters Of the 15 boys who competed for the journey and all possible good luck \

Vaich *aj first on the program was are mostly residents of Denver. I' for[ the great race in August (Signed) the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
i prizes offered, 13 were totally blind Persons In the Early Stages of KId. ofKlorida in and for Marion County, in .
prtparad by Judge W. Gordon Rob rt.- '
The Mexican government has given Edward R. and L"
I and the other two could see only moving ney Diseases Should Waste no Chancery.

ten of Roanoke, and was to have been the company valuable concessions: and I \ objects. The hurdles, pole vault, Time In Maklng'tholr Louisa Evans, Plaintift, vs. Addison Evans, Defendant. ;

i' Silvered ty him. He, however, was will materially assist in building the I, and hammer throwing were left: out CORDIAL NOTES EXCHANGED. I Kidneys RightIf .-Bill for divorce.

i.Wae4 at home by illness, and his roads. The Rio Grande Railroad and but In their place the standing Irish TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT 1

kidrws was read by Dr. Walton Moore Metallurgical company, which recent I Emperor Francis Joseph's Congratulations J. Addison Evans be and he is hereby required -
I and the 35-yard dash don't that in the back
Jump were co& you stop pain to appear to the bill ot complaint ia Ibis
It Fairfax. Judge Morris then, in a : Iy was incorporated In Arizona with tested.A to King Peter. cause on

short speech of welcome, Introducedthe J20.000.000 capital is an ad..nct com I boy named Gonia, totally blind Vienna, June 18.-Cordially word- come of these days you are extremely JIolld'.II Ou 6th day of July,A. D. :'ej.
liable have Disease
: pmldant It has Just completed arrangements ed terms have been exchanged between to Bright's or some It is further ordered that a copy of this order
pany. was first in the 33-yard;) dash and made
Emperor Francis Joseph and other form of kidney trouble. You are be published once a week for four consecutive -'
for a JlO.000,000 gold bond i It in :04 seconds fiat The distance weeks in the Ouala Banner.
JUDGE JONES' STRONG CHARGE. sue for the purpose of 'buying smeltIng I King Peter, but the emperor in the 'just as much in danger If you have dry- Done this the lith day of May A. D. iqoj.
for the running broad jump 11
was [SEAL] S. T. SISTRCNIC. 4
midst of his congratulations seized ness of the skin headaches restlessness
,
works and developing mining
properties feet, 8 inches, ani the standing high CiELos L. SIKTBCKK. Clerk 'Jlrcuit Court.
Contract Law Unconstitutional-Urges H now controls. the occasion to denounce the assas- unusual appetite and great thirst, or if Complainant's Solicitor. 6-5-03
: Jump was 4 feet, 6 Inches. The football -
Investigation I vinations. The text of th now king'smensage you notice a sediment or cloudiness the
i was kicked 108( feet.
Montgomery. Ala.. June 17. Judge Conflicts In Macedonia. says: urine or other urinary irregularities. NOTICE.

; 'Tiomai 0. Jones of the United States Salonlca. Turkey, June 17.-Several Murderers Under Strong Guard. "I beg to inform your highness of FOLXT'B KIDSKT Cess: makes the kIdneys

tovi las. rendered an opinion to the conflicts have recently occurred in my call to the Sen-Ian throne, to right, and whenever there are any Notice Application for Tax Deed under Section 1.
Cincinnati. June 17. There was a which I have been elected by the
&ra1l4
jury
now investigating the pe- Macedonia between insurgent bands indications that these organs are ia the 8 Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
stage cases I large crowd at the Chesapeake and unanimous vote of the senate a.ndskuptsht
declaring that the crimiil and Turkish troops. Some 30 Bulgarians
least disturbed it should be taken NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT F. B.
: labor contract law passed by the have been killed and many Ohio depot In Covington, Ky., this 1a. I intend to take up way purchaser of Tax Certificate No.

"fUlatwt j In 1901 morning when Thomas Man, Edward again my ancestral traditions and! promptly and regularly until all symptoms 2207. dated the 4th day of Apnt A. D. 1898. ha
is uncon- wounded. filed said certificate in my office, and has made
[ titatloaal and that all persons Morris and Chandler, the negroes hope to bring freedom and happiness of kidney trouble have disappeared. application for tax deed to issue in accordancewith

; COQUetted with charged with assaultng and robbing to my fatherland. I This preparation U composed of the beat law. Said certificate embraces the following
any effort to force aPIsou Arrested on Peonage Charge. respectfull'l I described proper y situated in MarioU
to work out a fine or debt by Tort worth Tex., June 17.-A. Hardy John Farrow and wife, were taken to pray that your majesty known remedies employed by kidney county, Florida,towit:

toervn or Imprisonment are liable wag arrested at Throckmorton, Maysvllle, Ky., for trial Sherifl! evince to me those feelings which your specialists, and it cannot help bat cure half South of north half oi half north of northwest west quarter quarter and except south

i to fcUctaent and also that the law Tei. today by United States Marshal Robinson was accompanied by troops majesty entertained for my father up every form of kidney trouble U taken 3 acres square in northeast corner section jt

3i&te from Louisville, Covington and New to the time of his death. Should towouhip 17 range :20.
tit fourteenth at taken to Alabama early. Thousands have testified to this
amendment to Glrani and was once The said land being assessed at the date of V

ts Nttd State constitution in that where he Is charged with hoi* port. The troops carried a Hotch. your majesty be pleased to show me fact. In even the most hopeless cases it the issuance of such certificate in the name of V'-
kiss well aa their side the the fulfillmentof Dr. E. C. Hood, Sr. Unless said certificate
as arms. in
: 4.aiei the equal protection of the lug negroes In peonage. gnu same sympathy will always afford relief. shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed p
__ a Troops from Frankfort and Lexington my duties, It will make lighter the will issue thereon on the 24th day of July.A.D. a#

1Judee' Subscription Raised for Ewen. are in waiting at Mayaville so that task for me. It i la my intention and Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky 1')03-
opinion is lengthy. Ha writes "For I have been Witness my official signature and !seal thin '
Sqa111 Lexington Ky., June 17.-Lexington every precaution has been taken to firm resolve to merit it" : years greatly the i6th day of June. A. D. 1903. =
peoaan and( urged a rigid bothered with kidney and bladder trouble [SEAL] S. T.5151 K1NK.
ivptioLJ newspapers have raised $300 by subscription prevent lynching when the court con. The emperor replied In the following 6-19 Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County, Fta.

J i _ _ for Captain Hwen. whosa ducts the trIalRoosevelt terms: and enlarged prostate gland. I used
-
I FATHER RECEIVES WOUND. property was burned Sunday at Jack "In acknowledging the friendly notIfication everything known to the profession with I

son. Citizens indicted: desire to makeit Visits Charlottesville. of your accession to the i: out relief, until I was induced to use i

***mpUd-Elopement In Irwin Followed $2,000 by the end of the week. Amass Washington, June 17.-President throne I desire to assure you without FOLEY'S KIDSEY CCBB. After taking NOTICE

by Shooting. meeting may be called to starl Roosevelt left here at 8:30 this morn delay of my complete sympathy and I three bottles I was entirely relieved and I

i hilTtUe, Ga. June 17.-On SimdaJ a movement all over the state to raiSe I tog on a special train over the wishes that you may have a long and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my i' In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit -
It of Florida. in and for Marion County.
Io t Pond 4 miles west of here funds to reimburse the only man In Southern railway for Charlottesville, happy reign. May it be vouchsafedto I practice and heartily recommend ita use r'

lobt Hcnn. prominent farmer of Jackson who so far has had the courage Va., where he will make an address at your majesty to carry out successfully I to all physicians for such troubles, for I Narrissa\Vtight.vs. S. C. Wright.

this t7' received a painful If not to stand by the prosecution In the graduation ceremonies of the University the r$')!le mission in restoring IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DFEXDANT.
ta1 can honestly state I have prescribed it in S. Wright,be and he is hereby required to
I
plato1 shot wound It the hands perilous times in Breathitt county. of Virginia. In the president's peace and quiet and esreem to your i appear to the bill of complaint m this cause oa
e( hundreds of cases with perfect success.
; J&k. azery party were Mrs. Roosevelt, Secretary unhappy land, so sorely visited by a Monday Ute jrd, day of Auaust A. D. igoj

?bli *** the culmination of a trouba TELEGARPHIC BREVITIES. Loeb, Ambassador McCormick, Assls succession of internal storms, and by -Post Office Drug Store Ocala Fla. I It is further ordered that a copy of consecutive this orderbe
fur
ft1&t has raising it again after the severe fall : published once a week eight
esUttBK between taut Secretary of State Loomis and I week in the Ocala Banner

eiess PUtlea for about a JrwirSom* The trustees of the University ol Colonel T. S. Brown general agent oj which it recently sustained in the NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I This the zth day of May. A. D. ioo3.

L- tae last f&11 Thomas Marshall stol Georgia conferred the degree of LL.H the Southern.Avis eyes of the civilized world, throughthe [SEAL] !> T.Clerk SliTRDXE Circuit Court.

.,. 1Jo&u' I i-y ear-old daughter and on D. W. W. Landrum, pastor of tin heinous and universally reprobated By H. C.SISTRCSK. D.CH.

; liaflsit Ot InrlnYille !rst Baptist church of Atlanta. Elected President. crime. Your majesty may rely on "VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CREDIT- W. CHANDLER: _
solicitor.
to married. 5-29
get i' distributors and all Complainant
They Athens Ca. June 17At the meetIng ors legatees persons t
,
: my support and friendship in executing
ere claims demands the c-iat of
. overtaken. however, by Mrs. Lizzie Griffin, of Eatonton. who haviug or against
kt B the board of of the be J. A. deceased to present the same to the ,
ti 5n tnd of trustees this task, ami you may convinced terry
his Mead and the is charged with the murder of her husband undersigned Administrator within two years .

; JV** taken away from young Mar- was returned to jail Monday, University of Georgia, Dr. E. S. Avis, that it will always be my heartfelt this 27th day oL4.prilIQO.,. I NOTICE.

t desire, as it is your own, to maintain 5-i-St J. H. PERaY, AdnumUtrator,
r"ooblo was only prevented two of her bondsmen having; with of West Virginia was elected aa pre

e4a by "** frl nds. drawn from her bond. ldnt of the North Georgia Agricultural and strengthen the friendly and Notice Application for Tax Deed under section ]

: J _... theIr first meeting j$1nc President Roosevelt has received a college, a branch of the state unl neighborly relations which have exist NOTICE. 8 of Chapter 4883 Laws of Florida.

e; tn4 this old situated at Dr ed so long between our two coun ,
.& trouble WAS renew- of Hebrews who requestedthat versity Dahlonega. TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CH1S.
"ken Mr, Hogan delegation Avis succetxls President J. S. Stewart tries." of Fifth 1: Wesley Quick purchaser of Tax Certificate
Marshall Circuit the Circuitof
the
and its In court Judicial
t. the United States use good No. 2469. dated the 3rd day of October A. D.
toton to who has resigned to become field Florida, Marion County S98. has filed said certificate in my office, and
Russia prevent recurrence
offices with a GREAT BRITAIN AND SERVIA. for deed ia
made application tax to issue
19Laa b4 has
Marshall down andi waa of Jew baiting. agent of the university Mary leAden,Complainant vs. K. G.McAden. accordance with law. Said certificate embracesthe

( twine a severe beating when Defendant, following described property situated in
wlw Bishop McCloskey. of Louisville hat Were Insured for $400,000. Diplomatic Relations Between the Marion county. Florida. to.Wit:
11'8 a THAT R.G. McADEXTHE1 ;
friend o! Marshall TT IS ORDERED
of southwest
:: Ld drew his pistol Mr.this. denounced the modern dance aj London June 17.-The Brussels correspondent Two Governments. defendant herein named be and he is hereby quarter South of half northeast of nowthwest quarter" quarter section 25 town-

La, $ hll W "shockingly Indecent" and forhMdeJ of the Daily Telegraph London, June 18.-In accordance required to appear to the bill of complaint in ship 16, range 23.
Marshall said cause onlIf.ndall.
.
bOCk6d go indulge in sueh recrea learns that the late king and queen oSmla : wIth. his prpmise, Premier Balfour In Thesatdlandbeing assessed at the date of
to
Nazftry down, who Imrne- Catholics the 6Ui dan of July A. D. /joj. the issuance of such certificate in the name, of
'7 h. Upon him. tlon. were insured for 400,000 wit the house of commons today, amplified It is ordered that a copy of this order be cub Arthur Tible. Unless said certificate shall be
He shot Mm I lished week for four consecutive weeks redeemed according law, tax deed will issue
tlmts a Belgian-Dutch company. Half 01 the information regarding the attitude once a ..
oaly one bullet hitting, Rear Admiral Robley Evans and hit in the Ocala Banner thereon on the 24th day of July.A. D. 1903-
this sum will go to Queen. Draga's sisters of the British government towards official signature and seal this the
Itruck Mr th Done this the?th day of Mar, A. D 1403. Witness my
-
hogan In the received yesterday by
belo1l' leg staff were and the remainder to former Servia. He said the diplomatic rela- {SEAL] S. T.6ISTRCNK. 15tt day oJnne,A.D. 1903-
the thigh dowager empress of China. H. W. CHAOTIEB Clerk Circuit Co rt. [SEAL] S.. T. SISTRCNK.
aneen Natalie. tiau with Serv L which o.l'ldod with! Complaints Solicitor 6-vof- 6 19*Clerk circuittourt Manoa County, Fla.


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TOWN IS WIPED OUT "1"Itltt" "t"Tt" tt" "lt" "lt" "4tl" ,.twn," " " " " " " '......


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; Hundreds of People EepoiUd
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#\.rUL CALAMITY Drowned-- IN OREGON. POT

/L Cloudbur Descend Upon Heppnr I TEA GROCERY

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Ore., Converting Stream Near by
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Into Raging Torrtnt*-On* Hundred -.
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and Five Bodice Found. -- -
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Spokane, WMX., JUB 16.Special -- --...-
r Ulerraphlc and telephonic advice
- from Arlington, Ore., state that the
: town of Heppner Ore., was destroyed
%7 a treat flood of water that rushed Counts
"4 town Wlllevi cr..k between 6 and 7 L uality
.'dock last evening. Reports from
s lone state that from 250 to 500 people
are bellered! to haTe been drow&ed. --
At 5 o'clock th.! 'uornlng it was reported --
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that IDS bodies had been found. --
. x The wire are all down and only _!H"A-...
neater reporte of the disaster haven

mesaengera.I n obtained. which are brought by Heine's 57 varieties of Pure Food Products are i

.Heppner Is a town of about 1,250: inhabitants -
the county seat of Morrow -d..... j
county Oregon, at the terminus of a

stock Navigation branch ranges of the company.are Oregon the chief Farming Railroad Industries and and d the output of the cleanest largest and best equipped i

Willows creek, which is given as the --
cause is ordinarily a small stream and "e

a, t bursts.early caused reports by either indicate. one or the two flood cloud was I establishment of its kind in the world. In preparing 3I

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MOB AFTER FIREBUG. -4

Farmers. Armed Incendiary.New with Guns. SeachingFor ; these goods Purity has always been the first consider3

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York, June 16.-Armed with ....
shotguns and rifles, the farmers and
f"

and summer Newcastle residents N. Y.of, are Mount looking Kiscon-for E ation, combined with the most rigid care and inspeci
the incendiary: who has set fire to
.
more than a dozen houses and barns ::
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and poisoned almost every dog In the -

two year.It townshIps will go hard since with the the first firebug of the if -. lion of every department. We have them in iTomatojjChutney .

they catch him. The town board has .
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offered a reward of $lOuO for his cap
ture add conviction. "No one can posItively (( Euchered Figs Queen Olives Evaporated Horseradish ::
identify! the man, nor even describe II
him with any degree of accuracy Gold Medal Worchester Sauce Pearl Onions Sweet Midget Gherkins e
although he has been seen on '
several occasions leaving the house or _- Pepper Sauce Chow Chow Pickles Sweet Onions Preserved Sweet Mixed Pickles ] '
barn which inertly afterward burst \
Into flames. It is generally believed : M Celery Sauce Celery Salad India Relish Sour Midget Gherkins { \;
he is a lunatic. Many valuable dogs '
belonging to wealthy New York busiess White Wine Vinegar Pure Malt Vinegar Pure Cider Vinegar ::
men have fallen victims to the /

poisoner. .- Heinz Vegetarian Baked Beans, with Tomato Sauce. Prepared Especially for Vegetarians who prefer Baked Beans ::

old STOVE EXPLODES. with Tomato Sauce, WITHOUT PORK. They are Free from Meat or Animal Fat.
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Girl| and Boy Enveloped In Sheet oft ....
Flames. --.
New York. June 16.-Enveloped inflames 4 ----
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from
head to foot. Josephine OPr ...
Monde, 19 old,
years and her brother
Alphonsa, 17 years old, were rescued PrF TOMATO CHUTNEYIs INDIA RELISH
t from their blazing apartments
IB Brooklyn. ...
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Josephine died a few hours later at I .
a hospital and the brother cannot reeover. r1
The accident was caused by both and Is
the explosion of an oil stove which appetizing nutritious. a delightful, appetizing sweet 3

Alphonse taming. tried The blazing to fill oil while instantly it was enveloped It is made of the whole tomato and pickle relish. It is prepared from 3

the brother and sister. The

and former succeeded carried Josephine in.summoning to a window aid before seasoned to such a degree as to finely chopped vegetables. These
--
The he explosion fell unconscious.caused a panic among E' make a relish that pleases the are highly spiced to obtain that

the other tenants, who fled to the --
the street Alonde, but apartment the fire was confined to taste of those appreciating the del- piquancy which lends zest to the

a
, $TAR3 AND STRIPES' BIRTHDAY. a icate flavor of the tomato. appetite.

i --
Anniversary of Law Creating National -t/I
Emblem Celebrated. -
New York, June 16. The anniver- -IR
nary of the birthday of the stars andtripes ---

t sunrise,was the national greeted today banner, when was ,run at c CELERY SAUCE IS A PALATABLE AND WHOLESOME RELISH. --

up throughout the city by patriotic
locit tit s. Many private houses alsowill ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR :MAKING SALADSDon't
display the flag, while in the pub ffia .....
lic schools exercises commemorating
thI day will be held. -IIII
!rte -
The law creating the national em- ...
bl w. was enacted June H, 1777, se a ...
that the anniversary this year fell on ....
the Sabbath, but circulars were sent
broadcast by the American Flag association I Worry Over Hot Stoves
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asking that today be celebrated
teatead. ....
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Thinks New York Reform, June Needed K.-At at the Home.end of I When you can get Pure Fruit Preserves as cheap as you can make 3

a sermon praising the Jew and coa- ...

Minot iemnizij! J. Savage his detractors at the, the Unitarian Itev. Dr. I them yourself, Heinz's Preserves are made of pure fruit and granulated
Church of the Messiah! has commentedon : ..,

country.delegation the numerous Is He sent declared to lynchinga Russia that before to in lay this a a sugar Only bright, ripe fresh, whole fruits are used, We have

protest against the Kishlneff! massacre

before affairs the should czar be, a established better condition in this of I them in 3, 5 and 10-lb crocks 2C Strawberry Red Raspberry Damson, 3

country. --

BascDafl: Drove Him Crazy. Blackberry Apricot Peach Apple, Quince, Pear, Etc, Try them :c
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New York, June 16.-Thomas Dona- .
hue, a native of Harrison N. J.. has become -1/1
insane through excitement overa --
baseball game. Donahue was an In. e e Yours for more business
veterate "fan." The other day he witnessed c ,
a game between Newark and c -- ...
Buffalo: teams, which run in a score fi ...ddils
of 1 to 0. He became greatly excited -t1I
and his friends who say he has been A. BROWN & BRO i I
acting strangely ever since, finally had a Proprietors.
tolm itlea.taken into custody by the author .

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liiluoMst$ carried to Sea. -
Marseille, France. June 16.-A bal. -...iI/I- .:

out CU loon to b with sea not four yesterday known.4e aeronauts. afternoon.was carried Their ( " " ,' " " " " " " " " "





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