The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-3 Sprung in Jacksonville Monday-Ocala A Delightful Musical Treat Yesterday II

I 1!, I S-- is Represented. Afternoon at Mrs. Hooker's. ; G. A. NASH'SRED I'

i ..r Special to the Tampa Tribune. Tuesday afternoon the pupils of S

.a JACKSONVILLE, FLA., June t'I .- Miss M. Byrd Wartmann gave piano
,; I. Political rumors are flying fast and recital at the home of Mrs. William FRONT STORE. e!

I furious and the festive politician is on Hocker on Ocklawaha avenue.
IN A _
the alert. Thera have been made Quite a large number of invited I -- -- -- -- : -- ---

l ... ,. moves on the state political chesboard guests: were present and for nearlytwo I Special Sale of White Goods
j gi If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have during the past fortnight and it is hours a feast of sweet music was
'' fc nice stationery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and openly asserted tonight by those on .
; paper is in a nice Lox It you buy it here. We have many styles. given. and Embroideries !
fc the inside that a new state ticket had This is the second year that Miss

DRUG been made up by one of the wings of Wartmann has taught in Ocala and illI
I I Don't fail to- see the wonderful values in In
the that is for
party striving recogui-
her class has been a most successfulone.
sertions Beadings and Edgings at
I i : loc. Way
She is teacher of
Z' 1 a rare abilityand down
prices on all Colored Lawns Etc.
'J he complexion of the new ticket in the splendid execution of their

reads like this: pieces Tuesday! her pupila all demonstrated __ \
1'I John X. C. !Stockton for the United that they bad been ex. k A rm LINE[ or FURNISHINGS
States senate, to succeed Jas. P. Tal- cellently well taught. Each number C CENTS'[ r R I

ilr:-: -- !I I I iafdro.I Governor. Jennings for congress to of dered the and program was a was treat beautifully to all those ren- I 9 t JIm LADIES'[ A AND D c CENTS'[ SHOES[ ..

succeed S. :M. Sparkrnan.
7111 11 ilI11 11jl1jl1jl1jiljl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl1jl : General Robert Bullock, of Ocala, The following of Miss Wartmann's I

for governor, and Frank E. Harri-, piano scholars participated in the We are making a feature of our MILLINERYand

_-_ -- .1. AM'" of Ocala, for state superintend nt of tl'Citalthsei: Grace Snyder, ;ean J Ji' Ladies' Trimmed Hat Department. I

public instruction.Men Teague, Bettie Bar Mclver, Ellen 1ft PRICES THE LOWEST. '

high in political life aver that Clarkson, Janet Weathers, Eugenia

Governor Jennings is the only avail- Fuller of this city and Misses Edna f Remember the Red Front !
able man that can defeat Sparkmanfor May, Louise and Ethel Borland, of :

congress, and that the friends of Citra. Miss Mary Wartmann. Citra,

Stockton have tueceeeded in persuading f'I; : ,
Hang very sweelty two numbers, '-'-- ..___
him to make the race. "Berceuse", and "When Love is

LOOKS LIKE A WINNER. Kind" and Mrs. T. H. Johnson sang,

The Taliaferro influence will be at most excellently "He Was a Prince." j MOSQUITO

r .... Frank Clark's command in order 'to A violin solo by Miss Mattle Wile .k CANOPIES.

a defeat Barrs for congress. Clark is liam added much pleasure to the 4::
one of the ablest politicians m the afternoon.The y w '
nil Space Reserved for D. S. Woodrow, Phosphate and Timber Land Ocala, Fla. Nickel p1 1ed.
state, and he has bright of ,
prospects program from beginning to end '
,,; Patent frames.
success. Admirers Barm, however, ,: was one of great pleasure and was I
I I I are confident' that the lines will be i thoroughly enjoyed.A Plain nets and
SilA ::, J. J. Tillis returned Tuesday I : with lace.'Bobinet .
drawn as soon as the campaign is fairly I h ,! r

' ;:- St. Augustine, where he has begun that Clark's chances will I Delightful Occasion : ..z nets.
: ,
for weeks. Mrs. may.
some Tillis I j
melt away like dew drops efore the : Thursday evening, June 18th, at the .' Plain and lace
will remain all I
away sum morning sun. r"l4idt'lJceofr.! and Mrs. E. L. Freyeruiuth -

Mr. H. THE TWO ""UfI1S. a reception was tenderedMr. trimmed.

day in & Thomas, a worthy young man "Bob" Davis of Putnam and "Bob" ; and Mrs. J. M. Sellers, who were -
at Ft. McCoy, has just lost a Bullock of Ocala are recognized all married at Fellowship on Wednesday _

Mr. Her with staggers, leaving him over the stale as wheel horses In jhe the 10th. 51 E. C, SMITH, Prop
Tuesday I I
a big crop unfinished on his democratic ranks. Both have served The bride is the lovely daughter of

Hon. J. 0. I in with distinction and they J. W. and sister of
congress Mr. Lyles, an only .... ........ ..... .AA.... .. .....A.... ...... .. .
lee on legal are Floridians of ability and deserv- Mrs. Freyermuth. . . "
W. N. and his
Camp daughter,
edly popular with the old timers. I The evening", was delightfully spent
Mr. Louis I Sallie Camp, leave this week 4
The race between these two wt'lll l in games and merry making! inter-
from a mMMERClU\! BANK ijGALA.
ew York, where they will be
known gentlemen will bean exciting I II persed with vocal music. Among the
by Miss i Lucie Camp and later I I
Mr.L P. : one and when the lines are drawn it most enjoyable selections was the

home at will go to Europe for the summer. will be found that Davis will have the violin and guitar music rendered by [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.] '

Mr. O. B. is being pushed on the new undivided support of the Taliaferro Messrs. Knoblock and Little.

day from a ball diamond out at the race people and that Bullock will be endorsed At 11 o'clock the guests were invited CAPITAL S5CXOOO

ville. The contract has been let for by the friends: of Stoektou into the dining room where delicious

same and the diamond will throughout the state. refreshments were served by our popu Account of Firms Corporations and Individual Solicited.

Master in time for a ball game lar host and hostess assisted by Mrs. Prompt Attention to all Bushier Entrusted to our Clr.
Mr. Carrey Will be Collector.
Troy, Ala.,to Fourth of July. Bull and Miss Jennie Bull. Exchange Bought and Sold.
The following !Idler from Gov. i
r4Jativt' At 12o'clock, after extending congratulations
Jennings will do away with factionalism INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Cwil'n M. Byrd Wartmauu will and best wishes to the
in this county aud will be read
without on Saturday for Jacksonville happy couple, and giving expressions
It at Tydlngft Sunday will sail for Xew York, with much gratification : for .
of appreciation a mot: pleasant!
she will remain until the first STATE FLORIDA, } .- --- -
Ben EXECCTIVE DEPARTMENT, [ evening, the happy crowd departed.
lUyuor tober. During her absence Miss BKOOKSVILLE, June 22. Jflon.
/ invited Mr. and
The were:
Ocala Seed Stoic
and U The
going will study music. E. L. Carney, Ocala, Fla. Mrs. Seller, Mr. and Mrs.,, Bull, Mr.

peach crop. Dear Sir.-I have the honor to ten- and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Is the Up-To-Pate Concern of this city and will _
M. B. Wharton of Atlanta
Mr. George derto you the appointment as tax Mr. and Mrs Mtffert. Misses
has been Tallahassee be to serve its customers in possible
glad any way
visiting .
lOovlUt',was collector of ;Marion county, vice E. Jennie Bull, Blanche Ausley, Grace
great efforts have been made If we don't carry in our line what you want send
day and
P. Thsgard, resigned, am notifying and Clara Moore and Messrs. Au!>ley,

Mrs Otto ) the capitol to Jacksonville or the secretary of state to forward Little, Xoblock, Brown, Aycock, to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no

Mr. Mente'a That will be news in De- oath of office, bond, ete for your Lucius, Harris and Fred McAteer.The matter what it may be.

'r"r. acceptance and qualification.
tirTuesday -----
; Post Office Drug Store, in keep. Yours very truly, Metropolitan Band. BAXTER CARN Manager.

Mr. and their general reputation, sell W. S. JENNINGS, Governor. The above organization is one of ,
tot: baby of should be and is juitly: ,
but the be&t. You will find Ten Years In Bed. which Ocala -- -

day from a R. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakville, Ind., proud. They deserve the encouragement THE CLUB I-IOUStt.

Springs, there. The genuine is enclosed writes, "For ten years I was confinedto and help of our citizens and

Xo good folding box. m my bed with disease of my kidneys.It shall certainly have it if they continue
their concerts throughout the sum-
are sound. was so severe that I could not move
Ben Rheinauer left Tuesday which doing. Cuisine First Class Hates{ Reaso able.
1 makes the part of the time. I consulted the very mer, they propose
York from where he will tail Under the of Mr. Leon
l Drug Mere. best medical skill avaiable, but could leadership
on the Deuchland. Mr. the band which consists of
get no relief until Foley's Kidney Fishel Refurrjisljed T roug out. Special Rates by Month.
t Mrs. W. D. will remain abroad until about fifteen members, are making
Cure waS i recommended to me. It has
(? hate One to of October when he will re excellent and their music is
Godsend Post Office
been a tome. ::
: orton. The to New York, where he will be a treat. The concert Friday night, I
Drug Store. m
|: their a month before returning the first of"-the season, was a excellent MRS. TIIOS. J. BARNES. PUOP.

I Following Ocala's Example. and was enjoyed:: by a large number of 1

r. Mrs. Callie Inasmuch as that great and mem- our people.
S? home at 'OU have a large tract of clear un
orable occasion of the nation's birthday -
after Florida land with a value of OCALA FOUNDRY
; a few the Fourth of July, is growing A letter from Mrs. Ankie Green

j Jlr..S. E. to exchange for clear unim nearer every day, our citizens should Parker, of Gainesville, informs us FLORIDA.

Arkansas northern town property, your come together in the matter of celebrating that !she will not go to New York to .- --

,J t1 Ull and physical description in first the event, Ocala, Palatka, reside permanently but will only be BOILERS <( ENGINES

JnW 4 Co. will receive immediate atten Lake City and other progressive towns there about one month. She goes '
P. O. Box W, 300, Franklin therefor the of introducing
nine months are demonstrating their energy by purpose Pipe and Fittings to 12.in."ah"88, Pumpi*
Client Lee Co., Ill. 633t preparing for the day, and we should I her kindergarten system of music. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, It4t.

* tonic. Cutler, fora long whilea red not be found wanting or slow in this I This gifted woman say she will t ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of -

; 1tq of this city but now of Ocala, is direction. In order to secure excursion always have a warm place in her :MILL _1N11 MINING srri'i.n

ktbc city meeting bis large number rates over the various railroads, heart for Ocala and its people.
some action should be taken at once.
''Citl He is largely In-
loon. Miss A program of exercises should also be ,Chronic bronchial troubles and sum IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
; In the manufacture ice arranged, and altogether the day mer coughs can be quickly relieved
.frtenc1t la the West Coast, having aaveral should be fittingly celebrated In and cared by Fol y's Honey and Tar. ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK .3-

IDa.r of the in operation.-Gainesville Sun.M' O&inesvllle.-GaIne8vllle Sun. Post Office Drug Store. m Ii

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D. J. Beasley Shot and Perhaps [Fatally Hon. 0. M. Brown Hu Not With

Itself Wounded Near Levon. drawn From the Race.

In what it b and what it does-containing Monday morning at Home's turpentine To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.I .
see an item going the rounds of GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICESATFYLES'
the south
the best blood purifying, still near Levon in
I the state that "C. M. Brown
alterative and tonic substances and erh part of the county, the manager, papers

effecting the most radical and per. Mr. D. J. Beasley encountered a negro baa withdrawn from the race for gov -

; manent cures of all humors and all gambler hanging around the premises ernur and will support General Robert

eruptions, relieving weak, tired, and told him be must either Bullock." Now there is no founda-

and building work. tion for any such (statement. This 1
languid feelings up leave the place or go to

the whole system-is true only ofHood's That evening as Mr. Beasley opened much, however, baa been said by me

and put into print: That if General
SarsaparillaNo the commissary and lighted a lamphe
Bullock would himself a {
announce :
other medicine acts like it; was fired upon by the negro and "1

. no other medicine has done so five buckshot penetrated his right candidate for governor, then and in 1

. much real, substantial good, no breast, some of which went entirely that event, I would withdraw and !

. other and strength medicine at has so little restored cost.health through Dr. Slaughter his body. was immediately give this I him now my ratify.sincere But I support must'respect, and Yes, We Admit-..We Can't Deny \It(

"I WM troubled with scrofula sad same
For four month 1 all fully ask that this announcement be *****
DIV lot tec mr.ye.iglt. summoned and did that was possible -
odd pot ... to da aarthlaff. AfU taunt made within the next few days, for I
two bottiM of Bood'i gariaparUl I Moid tea for the unfortunate gentlemanand These Ire the Lowest Prices
to walk and whoa I bad Uka eight Unto 1 I early Tuesday morning Dr. E. consider that the coming campaignwill i. (

ee&ld M*u wan. '",." Scm L 13.meocac be the warmest e\er waged in
D. M. Smith went
,WIa\In.N. C. I Van Hood and Dr.
Mooch 8ar* prtllft promUtt to down in consultation.Mr. the political annals of Florida, and be

our and keeps the promt*. Beasley Is an excellent gentle. who would win must be up and doing. We Have Heard of. j

man, well known in Ocala, whose Even from now on there is no time to
people sympathize with him and his be lost. Two great political lines

wife and children in his and their will be drawn upin battle array. On
G. J. Strozier, of Oeklawaha,
misfortune. one side will be the powers of corpora.

was in Oc&la Wednesday. Th negro who did the shooting tions trusts and combines arrayed Dress Goods Shoes .

WANTED.-A*small flock of goat of made good his escape but it is believed with the mighty weaponmoney.On tOe S.elle Batiste for .......... So 81.0081. John Klrkuiau'M Me-

good quality. Z. C. Chanubliss. f 6-26-2 that be will be easily captured as the other side will be the people, lOc Florailora Batiste fur........ Sc $1.25 .. ** *. at 7.51':
lOc Kllrrlie 3Much IJutbtc for Sc
The Commercial Bank id being re- he can be so well identified, one foot lined up in Macedonian phalanx with 10r "'biteIMnn'or. . . . Sc 81.2.Yard Wide" Shorn ;5r

being twice as large as the other and determination kindled into a blaze, 7c Ilex Diuiity for . . 5e 81.73 St. John KIrliiaaii'M !+.r

papered and ia other waY remodelded. of 7c Flowered Lawn for ............... 5c 81.00 Ladle*' OvfonN... . :Uk-
he also has a withered hand. and armed by that most powerful Large lot OK Calico............... . 5c
81.05 Hi-own Dongola Tip 9"4.'
allweapons-the primary system.I
81.25 Ladies' .rain Iln.lon T3c
Messrs. Munroe & ChaaiblUs, bank. Mr. Beasley Dies of His Wounds. shall be found on the side of the Shirts
K1.25 IOIIK. Kip Ijift 75c!
ers, are putting in a new safe as are Notwithstanding the brave fight people and with them will stand or mh' Custom Made Skirt...... :ise75c I

also Messrs. Allred & Davis,lawyers. made for his life Mr. D. J. Beasley fall. I say it, I mean it, and will C.t"turn Made Fancy Shirt.. 3si* $1 25.f MVarranted. Inner ) 75c
81 Ciihlom Made Fancy Shirts. tic A:: Outer -ole.olld i '
continued to grow gradually weaker abide the result.
Mrs. L. A. Warner, of Chattanooga, C. \1. BROWN All Straw Goods at Reduced Prices. Largo Lot of P. C. C. and Nel'.a Corsets, any site, lie
and expired early yesterday morning.His .
Is visiting her sisier-in-law, Mrs. D. --- -----
remains taken his
'$ C. Warner, at the Montezuma Hotel. were by A Compliment to Dr. Lindsay.
his old home in
brothers to Georgiafor Barnes.
During his recent visit to

Mrs. and, of Dunuellon, burial. ville, Ga., Rev. W. C. Lindsay, of You Will Always Find Here a Complete Line of

are the guests of Mrs. Castell's sister, His murderer has not yet been captured entertained
this city, was most royally -

!If!!. D. A. Miher. but as he can be so easily iden- and bis visit was a very delightfulone. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES '

tified it is not thought possibly that
M srs. H. J. and Joe Fort, of Moss .
he can escape entirely and his pun
Bluff, were among the visitors in In speaking of the baccalaureate Call and see the samples of ARGO PORTRAITS new finish -a per.

ishment is only a question of time. sermon preached by him the Barnes- feet reproduction from photograph or tintype. I am having pictures ...
Wednesday.Mr. The people are much stirredup larged for my customers free, and furnish an elegant frame at a nominal
very ville News-Gazette says: "The annual cost. Call and have the plan explained to you
.Claude Lavaron left Wednesday about it as the murder was entire- delivered Rev.
sermon was by

afternoon for Eensellaer, Ind., where unprovoked. W. C. Lindsay, Ph. D., D. D., of I

he will spend some weeks visiting A Delightful Surprise Party. Ocala, Fit. He was introduced in a
and friends.
Robt.H. .
Wednesday: was the twelfth birthday very graceful speech by Rev.

'. Mr. C. L.. Bittinger returned Wednesday of Miss Marguerite Porter at d in Morris. The sermon was! a mas-

from Pennsylvania, where he honor the occasion her mother and terly effort filled with beautiful spirit .. -ft

ual truths and sparkling with elo- ....8.-- __
has been visiting old friends; and relatives aistera planned a very delightful surprise .. 'V9

for the past several weeks. party for her. She was sen off queut figures of speech, which held [---1

f to spend the day and on her return the audience spell bound for an hour. I
started for his
Turner of bhellmau Mr. 8. W. Moody
Miss Marie ,
early in the afternoon she found quitean Dr. Lindsoy showed himself a man J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
home in Ocala on Tuesday from 1
Ga. who has been the of Miss
guest J assembly of her little girl friends of deep research and bibical knowledge
whence, after spending a few days, he
Perla Lester for time pa.tleft
some present, and everything arranged fora who had given much thought to He sold WHISKEY HOUSE
afternoon for her home i leaves for New York city. ,
\Wednesday military flinch party. Miss Mar his sut ect. It was pronounced one
the Buckshot to
his naphtha launch, ,
guerite's and of the strongest discourses heard herein Gainesville Ocala. Fla.
Mrs. B. W. McDonald, who has surprise was complete Barnes ganders, of Indianola, who

been the guest of her parents, Mr. she, as well as her guests, spent a some time. The speaker won the came up after the little craft last week. OQO i -0
and.Mrs. W. D. Condon, for the.past very happy afternoon playing this hearts of his hearers by his eloquence. Accompanied by his father, Mr. W. .'

home at charming game. In tbe evening Dr. Lindsay delivered o
.ten days, returned to her R. Sanders, he returned to Indianoiain M p
The broad verandas had been another of his strong sermon which i r
Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs.
the Buckshot Sunday morning.Tituaville .- 4 cS
artistically and effectively draped created as favorable an impression as 0 t.
J. R. Moorhead and children : Star. m. .! ; -of
with Sags, bunting and various other his morning effort and won more : So w i I '" e
and Misa Nellie Hooper returned The movement to organize a base '
military symbols. There were five friends for him among the people : ; =

Wednesday afternoon from Lake tables at which jollity reigned for here." ball team to compete with other m oo 'r") I!I tj:

Weir where they have been spending several hours. Rev. C. B. Wilmer, of Atlanta, for. towns in the state in a series of games, 00x 0 i' "'r

several weeks most pleasantly.Col. All during the afternoon bonbons merly rector of Grace EpiSl.'opalchurch which went defunct several weeks ..... a ,...t

served and before the little in this made the ago, has been resurrected. The bays l ... i -
W. N. Camp and daughter, were girls city, com -- y1'AMOt'S.tMIEA'SLB' .0

.( Miss Sallie Camp, left Wednesday for departed Mrs. J. C. Porter and Miss mencement address to the graduating will meet and organize and discuss A

be there Bessie Porter served them with ice class of Gordon Institute at Barnes. the question of securing an outside 55O _
New York. They will joined
a, battery for the game with Ocala on 111SCII IIEERFINE nWf
and ville Monday The sub-
cream cake. on morning. ___ __
'" by Miss Lucie Camp, who is visiting J ..
The prize, a pretty silver bracelet, ject of his discourse was, *Progress"and Fourth of Ju y.-St. Petersburg cor.
friends in Virginia, and iu a few days
in Tampa Tribune.Chamberlain's WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
Miss Lucile it said to have been of
-1 they will sail for Europe, where they was captured by Staudlsy was one My f 2oo Rye or Bourbon at.._ _..._.......51.75 My S4 00 Cin at_. -_...____ --- !
and the mammoth the most timely and helpful speechesever Stomach and LivEr My 7.go __... -oo My ioo Nortb taroU.* Cr at. .
booby a -
will spend several months. prize what need when My 3.00 '. .................. .2.56 My 2. 0.' .. UTlDtwOBTttt.. "
Tablets ..
are just you .
!stick of candy tied with red white delivered there on a similar My 4.00 ._ _.._ _. 3.00 My j.oo > to t' HP
you have no appetite, feel dull after My zoo Gin at ..........._._M. _........ .-.... 1.75 My 4-00' .. s> '. .. s.
; Mr Bob Sanders, of Dunnellon, and blue ribbons, was divided occasion. It was along practical lines and wake with bad tastein My .. 2.00 My UndR. '!.... -.-- I*

f; spent Tuesday in Ocala. He says that between Misses Clara Johnson and and was of a nature to inspire the eating your mouth. up They will a improve Tii Jug alit Keg Trade ) Uittsj( ; i Feature

In sending your orde salwaYSlend enough to covert cOil of II&U.laDu J*|*. *"
the fine three building of the
story cleanse and
J. invigorate
Annie Laurie Perry. young to noble endeavor and the your appetite, .gallonjug.lsca-gallonjugr,2sc3-gallonjug,35C; ; kegs.11.
relish I sell more whiskey and better whiskey thaa house( FUrida.becaoM fi"!*... >.
Kibler Brothers id rapidly nearing your stomach and give you a any n <
The little girls all wish Miss Marguerite speaker made a splendid impression est goods and lull measure.
for your food. For sale by AntiMonopoly Atralorderwtitconviaeeyouthat'wearethepeople." Terms rub wltltkf trdfft
and the time will
completion come
such birth. all who heard him.
many more happy on Your.au=iou.tope e.
Drug m J. F. ,
when Dunnellon will divide honors days.

with Ocala in being designated as the Our New Bank. FOR SALE.-Beautiful winter home, -- -_ ---- -
Band of
Mercy Organized.As .
'brick city." The charter for the Central National two story house, hot and cold water .

announced in these columns the Bank of Ocala is being publishedin bath fifty five acres hammock land,

L. E. with a force of men, is Band of Mercy met for organization this paper and as soon as the 4,000 bearing trees. Situated on Or- lltarIs
Lake. Address. C. C. AXLIXE,
putting up poles for the continuation at Grace Episcopal church Wednesday charter is obtained, which will be nge
Island Grove, Fla. 51 7tw
of the telephone line from Ft. McCoyto afternoon at four o'clock. The about September first, the bank will r Pt' a"e tabe) ::':".; d Ul.bealtb Iileareet:-"qah

Palatka. This line will pass meeting was a most enjoyable and be ready for business. t '& morephrsicaltrrasthaaprobai'yaJoa., ; ta Am '&1.5. :: tresu
:. WHY? bur 11 be .
a ;e a.on erd 1ai'cadna
through Orange Springs and Fort successful one, fifty one names being Brick are: being hauled and the new C:7i: \ .' Ii ,.ht-.J, "" ,., or the meady t:..) I 1 .ll-na. ? 1':: 't.i .ca
quinine, fv
1:=J1 '\. ::Jc.- orth.1t flood; t; :.' a,!
Brook,and thence to Cumming's mill enrolled as members. The majorityof bank building when completed will in :J,- 1'c, =- : s Don't
"" L necessary : :
"... near Palatka, where connection will the members are of course childrenbut architectural design and finish Le 23"- -''' .,. "jr 1cJJ" -=: i HERBINEUatMa3

be made with the long-distance line quite a number of grown people worthy of Ocala. / ,..;,,., =:- ,cooLl.-,<-r-- .
'r" :"IL-diii tcrstrrxraadrrasixttnrcrar l fees of ....... It
to Jacksonville and other points. have become members. fP nB J'W1:1 1wr1J&!. 11.. a:I ""."., .... 'j.l_ "
Will Leave Ocala. ,.; ,. sad ca4umDoan, 91 '10.1'd'a! r ..1M.I
This line will put a large section of The Band of Mercy has been gottenup ear.r.'t.wllr- '..jgjmi _f.i.M
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. ; (8 50o per bottle. All Dru* UU.
through the ellorts of Miss E f
country between Ocala and Palatkain
Herbert Crook will regret to learn e
Tathum and already a deep interest P
touch with the outside world. "'; -
that we are to lose them from our -2 M. .
Already people are being benefited is being manifested in it. Rev. Henry
midst. They will leave Ocala the 7fJ
along the line. For instance, Dr. W. Little, rector of Grace church, is -
first of July for Palatka, where Mr. .
X Blackiston of Ocala has treated sever the president of the Mercy Band and .
Crook has accepted the position of ... ESTAIlLIIIii 11 YI11IKK.H&HHE .
al valuable horses for staggers over Miss Tathum is secretary.Mr. .
manager of the Meyer Clothing store. ROLLS FROM Only the best
the line,and done much good in this Little made a very beautiful BROTHERS'CASH
OUR OVEN material
I The best wishes of their Ocala friends goes
way. talk to the children particularly into the oven and
will accompany them to their new
3 Notice. which was very greatly enjoyed. home. only MAIL ORDER HOUSE

At the conclusion of the service the BEST BREAD ;
Hurry up or you will get left on
those fine large size photos that the Band of Mercy badges-silver dog. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an an- rolls out. It is delightfully crisp and Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

Tent Photogrpher is now making at heads-were distributed.The tiseptic liniment, and when appliedto wholesome. A few slices buttered is a
his cut rates prices. New style cards date of the next meeting will cuts, bruises and burns, causes meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas Authorized! Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in W'm. J. um

and photos, 5 for 25 cents and one be announced later. them to heal without maturation and Orders meat. for Bread etc. be Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer.
can more
button of yourself free. Call and get
and much more quickly than by the satisfactorily filled by8EW
my cut prices on all large work.B. I
A. CAPIEX, FOlEnllOmANDTARatoll. usual treatment Eor sale by AntiMonopoly 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Flat

619.1m Manager. the cough and heals lungi Drug Store. m BAKERY PRICE LIST IrON APPLICATIO.V.PAGE .

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ABOUT ,TOWN | Making Creditable Records. Death of Mr. S. B. Hubbard.
; We have noted already in these Mr.Samuel B. Hubbard, one of the t I' '

Early Sunday morning )Ir. Charle comma that Master Wallace Stovall, most prominent citizens of Jacksonville :: "To-Morrow" never comes.
Moody left Mondayfor II i i
)1r.Slomon W. Edward Abson died at his ret>idenc< the bright little son of the editor of died suddenly at bis home in ;1 I Ever know anybody who has"IOMORROW"

l'alatka.l on Ocklawaba avenue in this city. I the Tampa Tri Dune, who is attending that city early Sunday morning of '
!' seen it?
jir Georjc K Robinson went to Just as the rays of the sun wen school in New York City, won the acue indigestion.Mr. : .

Q&1DflTillo Monday- gilding the eastern horizon the sacra medal last February in his class of avery Hubbard was seventy years old., I, ,

went was administered to him by tbe large numb r. lu the grade tc He came to Jacksonville in 1866 and jj Don't wait-open that account -

Ddt Cbas. H. Lloyd, of Holder beloved rector of the Episcopa which the little Floridian was then was one of the most progressive citizens \! To-day.

,_ tpeot Sunday in town. Church and hU lam end, like thai promoted, it is: not customary to of the metropolis and built up II ,

B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gaines described by the Psalmist, was oneo award prizes, but instead Wallace's an extensive hardware business. He .
) r.
Till,WM In the city Tuesday. peace. I II I I mother received the following letter also established a bank. He was the A checkbook goes with the

T"CoL -- -- Mr. Abson was taKen sick something from his professor: senior member of the Hubbard & et:2: : I account. A check is a receipt,

W J;. Camp went to Tampa over two years: ago and although June JO, J903' McDufl hardware firm in this city. I
saves errors, saves time, friendship -
business. MRS. STOVALL.
Monday night on he visited several health resorts antemployed His death is universally regretted.It I
Dear Madam-It gives me great pleasure '
Hultzclaw, of Candler, the most skilled physicians, announce that your son,Wallace, has been so attentive is belived that the business will I, and disputes.
Warren and painstaking,that I think it both a
spent Sunday In Ocala. it was Impossible to battle the disease duty and a pleasure to reward him with some be continued without any changes. MUN80E' & CHAMBLISS 'Ii'I' ,

and it insiduouMy, though slowlysapped ,, fitting testimonialIn Mr. S. B. Hubbard, jr., is secretaryand Get a bank draft, next time

;, Mr. O. E. Smith,of Okahumpka,, his life preparing for an expected European trip I 1 treasurer of the S 1:?. B. Hubbard
young away. am frequently down town and I should be very Bankers send Cost low-
- Monday. have Wallace me and Hardware Company and Mr. Archie you money.
Was in Ocala About a month ago :Mr.: Alison returned pleased to accompany

from Hot Arizona,, belect whatever he desires. Hubbard,another son, is vice president satisfaction high. j jUilBuiUJL jI
lr. and }irs. J. D. Robertson have II you wish to join us in our shopping expedition OCALA FLORIDA. I
) buoyed into the belief that his heath I suppose your son has no objection, I of the Mercantile Exchange
visit to Tampa.Judge
returned from a but since he is the main attraction in this caseyou
but his friends reluctantly bank, and these gentlemen have
was* improved, will.I am afraid be compelled to re\erae 1J
W.& Bullock *ent to Bro ks- realized that he C'1IDehome the usual process and ask his permission.Any J practically carried on the business forseveral .
views you have to offer on this -- -- - -- -
vllle Monday afternoon to hold court. only in time to respond to the last subject will be very thankfully received Be years. I

I hex me to be, Yours sincerely ,
)lr.and Mis. C. J. Phillips went up summons. CH IRLES A. P. NEW MAN. Marriage of Mr. Mclaury and Miss I

Jacksonville Monday on the ex- The first announcement that many I 1955 Madison Ave Kinne.

. to of his friends had of his deatnas Little Doss Minnie, Master Wal Cards have been received in this Summer Shoes
eumoo.Yrs. __ ( I 9& }
i the beautiful and touching reference lace's sister, is also making very com- I city announcing the marriage of Mr.
I. Grace and daughter
made to it by Rev. Henry W. Little, meudaole progress. Shs will be I Dorr Wescott McLaury and Miss
Monday for a short
to Jacksonville rector of Grace Episcopal church, in awarded the medal in her grade on I, Florence Kinne which took place at OfAflKinds {

visit. his Sunday morning sermon. His June 28. The star honor pupil in this the home of the bride at Hartwick ea
Mr. Turner Burke went to tribute was most affecting and brought grade receives a prize. If there is a beminary, Xew York, on Wednesday _

Beach Mooday to spend a couple of tears to many eyes. tie the medal is drawn for. At the I i June 17,1903.Mr. .
I : Our assortment of ladies' misses' and children'sSandals
weeks ,___ Mr. Abson 'was for a number of beginning of the term there were I and Mrs. McLaury will spend ,
and Oxfords and Men's Low
I Mr. E. A. Mitchell, formerly of the yearn junior warden of Grace church three star honor students in Minnie's i their honeymoon at various places in Slippers ,
Shoes is as good as was ever brought to Ocala
Montezuma hotel, went to Jacksonville and ever since coming to Ocala has class of 4S. Gradually the other two I I the north after which they will residein ,
and the best offered at the prices. \Ve want to
Monday. taken an active interest in its affairs. dropped behind leaving the little this city. They will be "at home"
-- show them to youCHAMBERS. . . .
Mr. A. J. Leavengood and Mr. C.R. He was one of its most liberal supporters Florida student alone, consequentlyMiss I I after the first of November.Mr. -.-- ---
and a liberil giver to all Minnie Ptovall will be awarded )McLaury Is the president of
Jacksonville Monday
Htndrix went to charities but refr: intu from letting the medal at the end of the term. the Northern &: Southern Lumber I : SHOE CO
t on the excursion.Mr. ,
his eft hand know what his right The two little students of Ocala are Compay, wtose mills are at Cornell,

Fred G. B. Weihe went to Jacksonville hand did. giving Florida quite a reputation in about three miles south of Ocala. He

Monday to spend a coupleof Mr. Abson was an Englishman, this New York City nohool.leainess I is a splendid young business man and

days with his wife. having been born near London in - I while he has only been here a few -.

and 1669. He came to Florida fourteen Catact te C,:red months has made many friends who 5.i A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER
Mrs. Douglass G. Eichelberger
years ago and located at Bartow, securing by local applications, as they cannot extend to him their best wishes for a

MU Annie Eichelberger are spend, the position of secretary for reach the diseased portions of the ear. married life.

ing the summer at Durant, Miss.Miss .. I one of the phosphate companies there. There is oniy one way tc- cure deafness happy S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

I and that is by constitutional Home Destroyed by Fire.
Carey Harvey and mother left Just ten years and a fortnight ago remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Mr. George O. Turner, living in the
Tuwday for an extended visit among he was married to Mi..s :Mary: Boswell inflamed condition of the mucous lining -
Gaiter neighborhood, had the misfortune Feed and Sale Stables .
relatives near 0-ala.-CrawfordvilleErnie. at Lakeland and soon afterwards came of the Eustachian Tube. When Livery ,
reside. this tube is inflamed you bave rumb- to lose his dwelling last Sat.
to Ocala to
ling sound or imperfect hearing, and urday about noon by fire, the origin
This union was blessed with three
who came
Mr. Sandford Jewett, when it is entirely closed, Deafness is of which is supposed to have been
home to spend Sunday, returned to I children, Elizabeth, Charles Edward the result, and unless the inflammation accidental. iVe carry the most complete

his work at Gainesville Monday and Anna Holder all of whom survive can be taken out and this tube restored line of Harness, Saddles, etc.,
from home at
Mr. Turner was: away
him. to its normal condition, hear-
I afternoon. Soon after coming( to Ocala Mr. ing will be destroyed forever nine the time and the nearest neighbor in central Florida, and will give e t

Mrs. W. C. Barnes and son, Harold, Ahsou became the American agentfor cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh was at least half mile away and before our patrons the very lowest

left Monday for Island Grove, bere which is nothing but an inflamed con. any assistance could be rendered
Messrs. Schilluiau: and Bene, dition of the mucous surfaces. )rices. We are thoroughly ,
they will visit relatives and friends the house was almost: reduced to a
brokers of Hamburg, (Jer.- will One Hundred Dollars
ph'*phate We give
for a few daj s. ashes, but the neighbors, who gathered equipped for fitting out turpentine -
man}. He gained a very intimate for any case of Deafness (caused by I t
Mrs. W. H.Lipscomb, after short kiiowlegeof the business and becameone catarrh) that cannot be cured by as quickly as possible, succeededin and lumber teams, gear, r t

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars saving the oulbouses.
visit in Ocala with her son, returned of the hel1vest shippers and was wagons, etc.
; free.F. Mr. Turner is a most industrious
to her home In Jacksonville Monday a recognized authority on all phos- J. CHENEY &: Co., Toledo, 0. ia
citizen and his misfortune very
afternoon. phate matters. Sold by Druggists,7oc. We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

Rev. W. J. Carpenter, of Gainesville The funeral was conducted from his Hall's Family Pills are the best. much regretted. If f
and Farm
Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine Wagons
one of the most! prominent late residence at 9:30 Monday warning Will be Admitted to Anapolis.
Thomas C. Thompson to Graduate. North Side Court Hou e. Ocala Flu
Mtthodist ministers in the state, was by Mr. Little using the beautiful Hon. R. A. Burford received a tele- .
We are in receipt of an invitation 0
in,Ocala Monday. ritual of the Episcopal church The from Dr. Thomas C. Thompson to the- gram Monday morning from bis son,

Rev. Mr. Boswell, of Lakeland, is floral offerings were beautiful and commencement exercises of the Robert Allen Burford, who baa been

the number who attended the examinations at Anap. I Ii! lJM i1
in the city,having come to be presentat profuse and Kentucky University at Louisville, standing II I r

the funeral of his son-in-law, Mr was very large. which will take place at McCauley's I oils, announcing! that he had passedall J

Chutes E. Abson. The pall bearers were Mr. W. N. Theatre Friday evening, July 3, at of the examinations successfully.He WE EAT MEATTo

Camp, Mr. 0. T. Green, Mr. A. E. eight o'clock.Dr. will stand the physical examination grow strong. Unless we get

Mr} P. V. Leavengood and son, Mr. D. W. Davis, Mr. R. A. and will enter the Naval Aca-
Gerig, well
meat let
Thompson has taken a four 1 good we may as

Hanstll, went to Savannah Mondayto Burford, Mr. Stephen Jewett, Mr. Ed- years course in the Kentucky University demy at once. I it alone. There is no strength

spend some time with the former'smother ward Holder, and Mr. John Beatty, Ocala feels proud of the creditable
and has made an enviable record < in tough meat-instead of giv

. Mrs. DeVane. of Bartow. and graduates this year with high manner in which this young student 1 ing, it takes strength to digest I

Miss All red returned to The remains lie at rest in beautiful passed his examinations and Mr. Bur- careful ins
( May honors in a class of sixty. it. It pays to be

Jack<<)!1vUle Monday, aft r a short Greenwood cemetery while the spirit Tom's many Ocala friends are proudof ford was the recipient of many congratulations buying meat be sure to get (Zj
Tisittoher brother and sister, )[r. is enjoying communion with its him and congratulate him heartily i yesterday. ', / the best-tender and choice.

MdMw.N.M.Allred. Maker. on hU, successful graduation. A Splendid Remedy. I Pay a little more if need be and
His Last Hope Realized.From ;
Mr. 'W. W. HarraLon, of Troy ( the Sentinel, Gebo.Mon.) --- Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum- j4 a put something in your stomach

Alabama, spent Sunday in Ocala with, In the first opening of Oklahoma to Worst of All Experiences. bago and sciatic pains yield to the ltl i which will put flesh on your 19

hIs settlers in 1SS9 the editor of this paper Can anything: be worse than to feel blood in ;
bones and
wife and son, who are the guests penetrating influence of Bal- A strong your
was among the many seekers after that every minute will be your last
" f Mr.and Mrs R. A. Burford. lards Snow Liniment. It penetrates heart.EDWARDS .
., fortune who wade the big race one Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.

i' Mr. and Mrs W. B. Watson, of fine day in April. During his travel- Newsom, Decatur, Ala. "For three to the nerves and bone, and being ab BROS.

; Holder ing about and afterwards his camping years" she writes, "I endured insufferable -I sorbed into the blood, its healing .J
jj came up to attend the funereal 4 Market Ocala Fla.
upon his claim, he encountered much pain from indigestion, stomach i properties are convejed: to every part Stall 2 and City ,

of Mrs. Watson's brother-in-law, bad weather, which, together with and bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable of the body and, effect some wonderful L

.' Mr. C. E. Abson. They returned severe heat, gave him a very severe when doctors and all reme cures. Mr. '''D. F. Moore, agent ;i CTffi

home Monday afternoon. diarrhoea which it seemed almost dies failed. At length I was induced Illinois Central Railway, Milan,

impossible to check, and along in to try Electric Bitters and the mult I Tenn., states: "I havejused Ballard's
i ih. William Hem, one of Rhei- i June the case became M bad he expected was miraculous. I improved at once. Snow Liniment for rheumatism,backache .

> Utr'a popular salesmen, went to : to die. One day one of his Xow I'm complelly recovered." For etc., in my family. It is a A. E. DEL 1LSHARDWARE.

r Jacksonville Monday to spend a few neighbors brought him one small bottle Liver1 Kidney, Stomach and Bowel splendid remedy. We could not do ,

f days with hU sister, Mrs. Russell. of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera troubles Electric Bitters is the ou'y without it." i5c: oOe and :1.00 at the

. and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope.A medioine. Only 50c. It's guaranteedby Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m

Dr. W. H. Powers has gone to Nash- big doe was given him while he Anti Monopoly Drug Store and

r "He,Tenn., for a short vis-it after was rolling about on the ground in Tyding's & Co., druggists. m After several days spent in this! city

&ichhewillgoto Columbus Ohio great agony, and in a few minutes the in the capacity of court stenographer,
dose was repeated. The good effect of Hon. R A. Burford, of Ocala, one I i
l to visit his sister Mrs. William Shoe- Harry Izlar expects to make his departure i
the medicine was soon noticed, and of the most prominent and most: successful -
r maker within an hour the patient was takinghis attorneys in the Brick City,,.'I for his! home in Ocala today. Sash and \ 11
:; lJ''r Tools. .
Mrs. Henry Shoeflin and children, first sound sleep, for a fortnight. was in the city on professional business Horry has many friends! here who pi'

after..s That one little bottle worked a com- yesterday. Col. Burford, aside deem it a pleasure to entertain him,
ending; a few days in Ocala plete cure, and he cannot help but feel from being an able lawyer, is a most Ready Mixed'iI.
he does
it Is to be that
and regretted
!:; with Mr*. Bhoeflin's bister, Mrs. P.: V.Leavengood grateful. The season for bowel dis excellent gentleman, and hn friends ok!, Paints Edo.a -

J'. returned to Tampa orders suggests! this item. For sale by in Gainesville are always glad to Bee I not visit us more often.--Gainesville

;}' Monday. Anti-Monopoly Drug Stole. m him.-Gainesville Sun, Sunday. I Sun, Sunday.
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I "OUR ROR".-HE "JES' urn STILL THROWING FLOWERS OUR WAY. 44444444444444444444444444
Hon. R. W. Davis home paper, the Editor Harris, of the Ocala Banner,
ram amis, EiUr. : J Jim Damp ...father.,,Uu
Palatka News that the
says would make a strong candidate for
Leavengool Business V&aager. 4 4 Who by her IrlghtatM, lei .u
F. V. caption to this article is being a trifle state superintendent to succeed Mr. FROM THE STATE PRESS. J clan.

:- overworked Florida : The teacher askedDnrapi lldise
by -
newspapers Sheats. If he should run, the proba 44444444444444444444444444For
the Uo..
and that it has done and is bilities are that he, would be elected. "How que
our that can but
part we are glad we you assist

doing Mr. Davis very grave injusticeand -Punta Gorda Herald. have governor with a back bon e.- digestion?"

he is growing exceedingly weary "B, eating 'Force.'" M.
Monticello News. -
told to him,
it.We The newspapers of Florida are almost 4444 This story tickled "Sua,JI..If

can readily understand this unanimous to have the Hon. "Perhaps Burr will be in the race

to be true, but beg, respectfully, to i Frank Harris, of Ocala, consent to for the U. S.Senate or VicePresident.Gallia .

\ suggest that Mr. Davis is largely run for state superintendent of pub- Gallio!! GalliumBartow! !!

responsible for it and could early and I Cracker.
lic instruction. Mr. Harris is an able
have corrected if he had ....
easily jt seen
gentleman and would be an orna-
"Our Bob,' 'he jes' Iafs.-\Vorked! orc
have done
THE BANNER, BELIEVING.TBOsTAT proper to so. ment to any office within the gift of
to death quotation from Times-Union.
wELL Mr. Davis that
THE TOP says to be governorof the Tribune.
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS What has he done except "jes' laf"
BARRI- Florida is the highest ambition of
TAKEN anddraw
S his ? Herald.
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, his life and he made an announce Tampa _
WILL BE MADE FOR From the way the newspapers in .444 the ABCof
AND ITS FIGHT ment of his candidacy for this high
THE BETTERMENTOF THOSE AT THE Florida are booming Editor Harris of "HOT AIR" FURNACE health.
BOTTOM. office months ago, but, accompanied
the Ocala Banner for state superintendent So long as a resourceful fighter as
his announcement with no declara-
26 1903. of public instruction, it looksas Frauk Clark is in the campaign in
... FRIDAY, JUNE tion of principles-he stands before
though the present incumbent, earnest there will be no lava of "hot a. +
the people of Florida on no platform
trial Mr. Sheats, will not even get a smell, air" eloquence. Boy Big and Haaltky.
The Post case has been set for except the very ridiculous one of- 4444 "My little boy was very tick and would
in fact he is defeated before the campaign -
not take nooruhment I
for next December."To "Our Bob"-he "jes' laffa SAYS IT WAS A WIIITEW ASII. any got a packageot'Force'snd
fed him
opens up.-Tampa Tribune. on it, and am pluM4
The people of Florida do not know The legislative committee to uy he la thririag. I will now pat him be- t
have and to hold" is a beautiful seeThe edo! any bor of hU age, u he la big and
whether Mr. Davis belongs to the 'whitewashed" the Hon. Jefferson healthy. All I feed him on ia'Force.'
figure of speech when it relates to the state press is favorably men- "){u. J. Lunar Xu", ."
human nature. Bryan wing of the democratic partyor Browne. Let us hops it made good
higher attributes of tioning Hon. Frank Harris' name in
is in sympathy with the "reorgan- job of it.-DeSoto County News. -bmendous

Advertising alone will not make a izersl"It connection with the office of state 4444

successful business, but a successful is not known whether he favors superintendent of public instruction.We Frank Adams "retiring from politics odds against him.-Palatka-- -i rI How of red --=
do not know whether :Mr. Harris lemonade will bestructed.
i esetw
along without something like Adelina Patti's
not get
business can the maintenance of the several littlecoJegt's Herald.
would give the high position whichhe .-Pensaoola Pm.
) of the state up "farewell tour, We hear a great 4444
I would rather be a poor man iu a as charge upon .
occupies as a "moulder of public deal of it but never see it in IT OWES HIM ALL.
put practice. I
the state favors their JUDGE
of books than a treasury or con. WRIGHT'S CASHDAU.JudireA.
with plenty
garret opinion" as editor of the Banner, or .-Palatka Herald. The fact that he was vored !:!).OIlO<
king who? did not love re dlng.- solidation into, say. two institutionsof showed that the Jaw'er 0 \Vriitbt, to oU r..r.+
not, but if he would consent to be 4444 house considered -
respectability and strength-one erate newspaper mau tad
Macaulay. that I \
state claimant was iiMruoifrii-
superintendent we would be PLAYING TO TIlE GALLERIES.
for the male and the other for the has been a citizen of KKxM
Li Governor Jennings opposed to glad to see him elected, for we believe Evidently the governor is making a tal in securing the appropriation for fa
female youth of the state. I thirty-five yean aDd an a/flte
Bryan? His personal organs, the he would do honor to the state grand stand play in reducing those" the Indian War fund. It would seem in recite
Tallahasseean and Pensacola News, It is not known whether bethinks in that capacity-Sumterville Times. school appropriations.-PalaUa Her to us at this distance that if the state } the democratic! party all eI dif

are constantly giving him digs. Mr. Wailes was entitled to the full ald. of Florida owed Mr. Wailes anything j I time, ii a candidate fur onegrtM fag
amount of the compensation his 4444 at all it owed him the full amount | the second district to wewl H.sI .

It is one of the peculiarities of travel friends claimed for him or whetherhe The Record joins the state press in If little Mr. Bevendge should eVentually asked for.-Polk County News. I Robert W. Davits Judge WrfMbi;

by balloon that you do not feel any- was sufficiently paid in the subs of booming Editor Frank Harris of the accept that Vice-Presidential 4444DOUGHERTY'S man of ability Iud U a tn4twu

thing; all is still with yon, no matter'I $25,000 finally voted to him by the Ocala Banner for state superintendent nomination, it will be interesting: to OPPORTUNITY. addition to the Ilr &dllarC. array of

if.yon are in the teeth of the hurri- legislature.It of schools. An accomplished note what disposition he will make of It would be an easy matter for the distinguished gentletueo 'M truth It

cane. ___ i! is not known whether Mr. Davis scholar, broad minded man, a live that senatorial foghorn of his.-Timer- Tall Cypress of the Halifax to sweep go to congress from Duval ewM If.-
Mr. Cleveland puts those who fish is aboard the Stockton or the Talia- progressive citizen, deeply interested Union. the field in the second congressional DeLand News.
In the education, culture and refinement 4444 4444
who fish for ferro band is known district as against the
for a living below those wagon nor it I A POWER IN TIlE PARTY. present candidates OPPOSED TO
of the youth of Florida be COIU'tHtATiOM'If
fun. People who butcher for the whether is sympathy with Frank Bryan may not name the democratic in the fit-Id. Charlie Dougherty I
would make an admirable superintendent CVRrOKATIOXUT.
sake of the excitement certainly needa Clark or Jim BarB for congress.! nominee next year, but the nominee was never defeated before the people,
of the public school interests of I I The Tamp Herald
: J U dtvU
Times-Union. and should he the f et.-
powerful advocate.- Indeed, no one Knows how Mr. will not be a person to whom enter race the people -
the state. Now let all the papers of biderahle lime, space sad tal.
will M !
rally to him with
Davis stands upon any of the national Bryan objects. The popular NebrasKan an enthusiasm
The Wells Fargo Express company the state lend their efforts for the that means abusing, the public record of rv tW
victory from the
or state issues and when a voter is a power in the party.-
ia putting on its pension rolls all em nomination and election of the Ocala start-DeLand Record. I Taliaferro. The Herald stage tt
asks to know where and how he DeLand News.
ployes over the age of sixty who have Editor to this position.DeLandRecord. 4444MORGAN .A.A.A............. seems on a Iatforiu of-- otan-. ..---Ji-.i-. u...,
stands along any of these lines and
been connected with the company for is SLOW. LOOKS LIKE LIDDON. corporate power This fast wilhNt
thinks that be has aright to know eel The suggestion of Hon. Benjamin itself Is
ten or more. I The Florida Railroad Commission evidence that the edlleW
years and ought to be correctly informed Editor Frank Harris is 8. Liddon's
being candidacy fur stand Is
governor it
seems:: to be a dandy nursery for spouting taking U itrn>tlje.tafeal
at the newspapers friendly to Mr. Davis, ably mentioned in the Florida press has been received with much To be
McClean more hewer
In the test of the guns embryo governors. It is up to Morgan a of wwj std beset

machine simply reply that- for the very important position of serious consideration than has been of water for
Cleveland the one-pounder to announce, and in the meantime one body ef pelttiaas(
300 "Our Bob"-he 'jes' Jaffa." state superintendent of public instruction accorded to the mention of who
gun showed a speed of more the railroads are singing glory any are not strangers to eafpenti

shots per minute. The test of the infantry These newspapers are making Mr. to succeed Hon. W. N. hallelujah !- IOU1i tUo News. name than that of Robt. W. DavU. greed and op|*. rte pPtlt'l" a tow

machine gun showed a speed Davis campaign ridiculous and he Sheats. As editor of the Ocala Ban- 1111MUST The warmest friends of "our Bob" loess wan who neither eetf..fe wr

of 800 shots per minute. owes it to himself and to his friends ner, Mr. Harris has made an envia WAIT. recognize in Judge Liddon a foeman manager any corpofatku. save W

and to the high position he is seeking: ble name for his paper and for him- So, Mr. Wailes will have to wait worthy of his steel.-Starke Tele own individual intrt-wU, are fu H

The Atlanta Constitution says the to place his campaign on higher self, and if he should make as good a another two years for money earned graph. stranger than ticiion.-LaktlaftJ gw.

best way to give your Panama a gen- grounds.He superintendent as he has made success while in the service of the state. SEES MORE 4444"BOOGERS. ,! 4444

uine look is to let the family ci, sleepon should have a heart to heart of the newspaper business no Florida is too great a state to have re- It is being whispered that the Bob ON A PAR WITH THE ML! I** Deft

it all night and then let the chil- talk with the voters of the state and more could in reason be asked of him pudiated an honest debt-DeSoto Davis boom is about to collapse. We LAKroxiKtSft.The .

dren play foot ball with it a while before take by the people and the voters.-Lees- legislature
them into his entire confidence. I County News, would be sorry for Bob but he oughtto just adjuu.tdltA a
breakfast. burg Commercial. -A A.A.& record for
have had better judgment than to extravagant that fcu M
Almost every adult Manchu carriesa Bryan on the Servia Affair. V WAY. have allowed himself to become the parallel. The appropriate fee tie

Connecticut! dollar watch. The If this had occur- A large number of the state papers Robert E. Davis, of Alachua, has Talliaferro-Parrott candidate. A man succeeding two yean aggregate i

United States had no trade worth red iu a South are mentioning Editor Harris, of the been launched as a congressional can. may be ever so good but he mustn't million and a half duiW*, aid ttt

mentioning with Manchuria until we 1 American republicit Ocala Banner, as a candidate for state didate to succeed the original RobertW. blame anybody if he is dropped when .' Indian War cUltu food h.. vabkd

began to furnish ties, rail and engines heralded would have by been the superintendent of public instruction, His name ought to carry him he gets in bad company.-Madison i into thin air. It required $TgNel to

former railways. Now the trade in lovers of arbitrary and as the Banner copies these with- part of the way.-fit. Augustine Recorder. pay the expenses of the i...ri<..

flour and cottons is important.A power as an evi- out a denial on the part of Mr. Harris Record. 4444UNLESS- About $4oMj of this um weal to &.

dence of the inca- that be is a prospective candidate, it 4444 The citizens of Marion 100 members, and tb. reaatotef
German scientist, Dr. Kaufman, MUST NOT REPUDIATE.So county are
pacity of the people for self government is probably true that he is in the field. pleading with the governor to $38,000 went to the horde .f eefU
Mr. Wailes respectthe
attrac- will have
asserts that the electrostatic to wait
and it would have been sagely If this is the case, when the votes are unanimous secretaries and amtaUou west rf
tion of unlike charges of electricityare another two years for money earned of
suggested that the republic should be counted in the next primary, W. N. the county executive whom did next to nothieg. tryst
somewhat greater than the repulsion while in the services of the state. committee of a i
taken in charge by some European Sheath will more likely be aware of candidate tor the were so many commiMtoea sad M*
of such charges. If this be Florida is too great a state to have repudiated vacancy in the :
government for the preservation of the fact that there is such a countyas office of collector. Judging from the office created, and extrava;ai*. ass
is an honest debt.-DeSoto
true gravitation explained.
law and order, but as the assassination Walton and that her people have County News. experience of Escambia, and Hamil- the order of the day, The MlttM

It is not possible that there were atrocious in its conception and some things in their note books. 4444JENNINGS& & ton counties_ their wishes will hardlt I I tar congress can take a back ml wbea
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any union veterans among the citi- horrible in its details, occurred in a eFuniak Breeze. AND LIDDOX. be heeded, unless Mr. Jennings has-j i I( the Florida Irulatature tnerta'.Iirss'

zens of Columbus, 0., who protested monarcy it will probably be passed ..* Governor Jennings and Judge Lid- no favorite of his own to name for the I *in TilliesJtrurat.

against honoring the confederate dead over as a matter of little importance. Frank Harris, the Ocala Editor, don are doing the Sphinx act just now. place.-Palatka Herald.JEFF'S 4444HAH

that are buried in the Camp Chase -Commoner. didn't want to be governor and we When the former announces the latter NN WAILh! M l'ONTR44.

cemetery. The men that did the don't know that he wants to be state will perhaps break silence, and After all the hue VIXDICAIION. In regard to the \VaiU ''II_"

fighting in the civil war don't act General Joe Wheeler. superintendent, but he is being wide- Bob Davis will "jess laff."-Palatka to and cry raised iu and "claim' U the I*ofr wail to 04
regard accepting fee ,
that way about those things. ., General Joseph ly talked about in that connectionand Herald. the as an attorney beca-ise that i* ail there ra to It
4444 in sale of a lot and armory in '
Work will soon commence in extending Wheeler has published if he consents to hunt the office SEE "BOOGERS" IN EVERYTHING. Key West to the there "u no contract, t-c.r.* tfc.
state it is
now pub
t letter State of Florida Many
the telephone line from Dexter, .r a as false denouncing there is no doubt but that the state We regret to learn that the State licly stated that the Hon. Jell. B. and .}fro WM

in this county, to Cummings mill, '' the story sent out press will help him out all it can. University has been left again in the Browne did no wrong. The matter IJurplllo" wbatevrr.None .

near Palatka, a distance of twenty :!, ,a just after the Confederate Mr. Harris is an accomplished scholar bands of the Talliaferro-Parrott ma- baa been thoroughly sifted by the At- has ever >*wti ..b<>vu.

miles. This will give connection with I.. reunion broad minded man and a live, chine. We were in hopes that poli- torney-General and the legislativecommittees Again, the *<*!. of UM ltMlMfttiISTTand

the distance Jacksonville at New Orleans to citizen and if he tics of 1m gave UM .*.j >
long telephone to I I progressive wants would be left out for awhile, and and both declare that no

and other points in the state the effect that he had been slightdbecause the job enough to say so Mr. Sheats that the presidency would go according law has been violated, and that Rail- thorny vw coafWrw for tb*> &**+

and will be a great convenience to the he wore the U. S. army uni- present incumbent, will have to do to merit.Madison Recorder. road Commissioner Browne's action or to contittet fbr .... work stet

turpentine and mill men of that form. He did not wear such uniform, 'some tall hustling to beat him out.- 4444 was strictly in accordiance 1Vail.a rformwl ....4 tfcnw act .*
with the
section. and was not slighted, but treated Madison New Enterprise.Was DOUGHERTY WANTS TilE PLUM. law. Was precaly! stipulated MM MMtta" ts1M

with marked consideration and an The idea prevails in Volusia county this another political plot? should be ex[*' ,4fd ihtrwaamount siM.
The generosity of Gainesville is in -Indian River Advocate.
accumulation of courtesies. Wasting Away. that, at the proper time, ex-Congress J WM lees I lIMB tfcrv tloasetlollats.
beautiful contrast to the littleness of 4444
I The following letter from Robert R. man Charles Dougherty will announce .
Jacksonville. The former plucky city MADE THE SMALL BOY AND NEGRe1APPY.
Tax on Babies. Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive: himself as a candidate for Bob Davis' Any contrtet
wfefttl into kr Mf
has already proved how worthy it was
Extreme hot weather is a great tax I "I have been greatly troubled with seat in the lower house Dougherty The Florida
small boy and the governor twyead lists Md to Wand *
of help, by sending a thousand dollars WM
t upon the digestive power of babies; kidney disease for five years. I lost is saying nothing, but sawing Jots of Florida will
to the Hood victims of South Carolina. negro unite in the opin- void from the bt-giaatiae w Maa
when puny and feeble they should be flesh and never felt well and doctored wood,just at present.-DeLand News. ion that the Florida legislature
On the other hand, Jacksonville, given a few doses of White's Cream with was a the state It oepcrr....
leading physicians and tried all THE OTHER BOB STILL "LAFFS." "honey." It
almost rebuilt from its ashes by con VermifugCj the childrens' tonic. It removed the prohibitive
remedies suggested without relief.I Gen. Robert Bullock, of Ocala, has license The amount NsW W..... tr**
will stimulate tax
tributed money, has given but & bare and facilitate the on circuses, and now

handful to either Gainesville or digestion of their food, so that they finally tried Foley's Kidney Cure and announced his candidacy for the gov- the summer air will be full of joyful $25,000, and every tNl ta .!_* "

soon become strong, healthy and less than two bottles completely curedme ernorship. He is a strong man, and sounds the the above
Carolina.-Thomasville ((Gal) Times- elephant will mingle sums stated. a intoKf*
' active. sic at the AntiMonopolyDrug and I am now sound and well." will make a good race, but he can with the
: Enterprise. Store. populace on friendly terms pure and airnpb.-WbfU tiff***
m Post Office Drug Srore. m J hardly hope to win with such tre- involving cakes and peanuts and the Herald.

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The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."

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t jU2iS! :72 EASS1S. Local Editor I PLEASANT
HH (P FfllIR.Mrs. .

UIPPEM1NGS ABOUT TOWN. J. B. Hiers' Card Party Largely

Attended Notwithstanding the
:! f
yYy egret to learn that Sheriff H. Rain.

;! jj ogtut,1 on the sick list. Ocala Will' Brea; all former In spite of the constant down pour
Mr. P. B. Dukes, we are pleased to Records irj Entertaining of rain all Thursday afternoon Mia. E i

,ti Improving Jackson B. Hiers' card party was a .
Is slows
Itm Her Guests. very pleasant affair. The merriment WANTED 3
returned from
}ft. William that reigned indoors was in striking

! jwkwnvllle yesterday. constrast to the gloomy weather out-

l: Wt egret to learn that Mica Annie side and everybody spent a delightful

I Dr'U wu quite sick yesterday. afternoon. A pretty complimentto In Ocala on The 4th of July
the hostess was the fact that nearlyall M

: Dr. J. J. Dnlel returned yesterday : ofthose invited were present.

, tJttrnooD from a visit toJack nilIe. H The rooms were made attractive TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE!

returned Thurs. with quantities. of bamboo and a
Turner Burke
Mr. number of vases of flowers. Progressive
from a few day's visit to Atlantic
day whist was played in the parlor
1 Bach-
j and sitting room.
:, Mrs. D. EMclver entertained the Mrs. Hiers was assisted by her I

prwbyterian choir very pleasantly mother, Mrs. H. E. Waterman, her Ocala is preparing for one of the biggest aggregations of peo-

loot night.Mr. isler. Mrs. "'. V. Newsom, and Mrs. ) ple it has ever been her pleasure to entertain on The' Nation's
E. L. Carney.
and Mis. Robert L. Anderson THE CANNON WILL BOOM. lu the hall fruit 'punch was served I Birthday, and we are going to do our share in the way of makingour

returned yesterday from a visit to -- by Mrs. Mallory Liddon and Miss guests comfortable during their stay among us. We have
Ttuahastiee.Mr. *'i
Sara Harris. arranged to have plenty of ice water at the corner of Fort King
The Program Arranged fer the Occa-
F. (LB. Weihe returned yesterday There were seven tables and the
) avenue and Magnolia street [old Bazaar Building] for the thirsty.
sion is Entirety New
from short visit to his wife card playing was continued for about

It Jacksonville. in Florida-Plenty of Amuse two hours with the result that Miss Besides; we want to show the people ,of Marion and adjoining

ment is Guaranteed to Gertrude Pereda made the highest counties what can be had in Ocala in the way of first class
)In po L Grace and little daughter
ladies and
score among young
.. =Both Old and Young
afternoon a
returned yesterday Mrs. Bessie McConnell and Mrs. S.
Jacksonville.Maj. 222222-0" The Glorious
tUit to Fourth. M. Allred made the best score among UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE.

T. C. Hall and eon, Mr. Troy the married ladies. On cutting for

Hall,returned yesterday from a short The Ocala Banner is authorized by the prize, Mrs. Allred proved the for- ,

C. the committee on arrrangements for tunate one and received half a dozen
visit to Sumter, 8.
the Fourth of July to invite every bread and butter plates. Miss Pereda's Your wife thinks that the inside of the house needs fixing upa

Mrs. Thomas Sexton will be the body in Marion, Citrus, Sumter and prize was a very pretty Gibson sketch. little, and so do you, but you are afraid you can't afford it.
goatees of the Methodist church social Apricot ice and cake was served after
other adjoining counties to be present ; Xow, right on this point we want to ease your mind by showingyou
next Thursday. afternoon. the games: were finished and was very
I with Ocala on the nation's birthdayand greatly enjoyed.The our choice line of Center Tables, Backing Chairs,
A little son was born to )Ir. and ..
help celebrate it in a manner following ladies were those Lounges Lamps Pictures Easels and Bric-a-brac at
,,Mn.Jack Camp several days ago at ,
!&the home of Mr*. Camp's mother in fitting the occasion. who were present: Mrs. Bessie prices far below what you have been paying for the same goods.
A great deal 1 of work has been on McConnell, Mrs. N. M. Allred, Mrs
J Virginia. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. R. B. Bullock, We can furnish your house from cellar to attic, and at such low
program this year in order to introduce -
Mrs. W.J. Lohrig and children left Mrs. J. Carstens, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, figures that you will be astonished. Come in and look at our stock,
new features, which has been
for Tennesse and Kentuckywhere Mrs. Edward Hiller, Mrs. J. C. B.
and be convinced that what
I get our prices we say we stand readyto
they will spend the summer very successfully accomplished judging looncIrs., E. L. Carney, Mrs. MaU :
from the posters issued. make good to the letter. Yours for business,
with relatives.Mr. loryLiddou, Mrs. Lee Miller, )lrl.l.1
Tho Irvine Crate and'Basket Co. learll\Iason, firs W. V. Xewsom,
Bob Sanders, of Dunnellon, is
Letter patent have been issuwd to Mrs. L. B. Tydings, Mrs. F. L. Wat-
in the city and is engaged in the laudable PITTMAN
the Irvine Crate and Baikal Company son, Mrs. )M. C. Looney, Misses Lena & SON.
purpose of promoting the build-
and the company was organized in Bullock, Marie Bullock, Florrie
Ing of a bard road from Dunnellon to
this city yesterday and it is now readyto Crook, Lou >lla Gary, Sara Harris,
begin work. All the necessary Violet Harris, Mattie Williams, Euid ..

MU Mary Burford entertained at a papers making It a legal corporation Hutchinson, of Jacksonville, Gertrude

"spend the night" party last: night were placed on file in the clerk's Pereda, Valeta Potter, Mary

for her cousin, Miss Jule Wiley, of office. Reardon, Georgia Smith, Margaret

Troy, Alabama. She had a number Mr. Ed \Vartmauu, of Citra, is Taylor and Mamie Taylor.

of her little friends to spend the night. president; Mr. B. R. Easterlin, of

They had a very merry time. Martin, is vice president, and Mr. Earl Lindsay Hurt.

Lon K. Edwards, of Irvine, is secretary Yesterday afternoon Master Earl
Mr. Nell M. Allred has returned
and treasurer.Mr. Lindsay happened to what came very -
from Inverness where he bad his first I r 11
Edwards was manager of the near being a serious accident. He AHEAD

inning expected all he state's acquitted attorney.himself As well was mill when it belonged to Mr. Feaster was walking around on the roof over LOOKING ..........................

and flowers are being tossed at him and is thoroughly acquainted with the piazza at his home when he missed v ............ .

from all directions. the business and speaks in very flattering his footing and fell violently to the Persons Diseases In the Early Should Stages Waste of no Kidney ........ .

terms of the outlook for the ground. He was stunned and it was Time In Making their S ... .

Imitations have been issued for the new corporation. He says they will feared that he was badly hurt. A Kidneys RightIf .

celebration of Rev and Mrs. J. C.Lty'a have all the work they can possiblydo physician was immediately summoned -
you don't stop that pain In the back, : MaJking Advertising :
and after an examination it was
golden wedding at Micanopy, and they expect to increase their tome of these days you are extremely

Fla., on July 4th. Rev. Ley is the capacity in order to keep up with the found that several of his toes were liable to have Bright's Disease or some a

only charter member of the Florida growing trade. badly sprained and his body bruisedin other form of kidney trouble. You are

M.Conference, and has been inservice Building Up Dunnellon. several places. Master Earl will be Just as much In danger if you have dry- :P .y] :
ness of the skin, headaches, restlessness,
all in two.i'r. .
in thin state since 1S44. right a day or
I The Camp Phosphate! Company and unusual appetite and great thirst, or if 0 7 IS

Messrs. Eli Beasley and David the Crystal River Lumber Companyalso : Alfred st.: Ciair-Abrams, editorof you notice a sediment or cloudiness in the .

Beasley. of TUon, Ga., arrived in the Buunellou Ice and Fish the Tavares Herald and a member urine or other urinary irregularities. i
FOLZI'S KIDSET COilS makes the kidneys
Ocala Wednesday afternoon and proceeded Works are fast building up South of the late legislature, was in Ocala right, and whenever there are any : One drop of water does not make the ocean .
Dunnellon, giving employment to a Saturday and was the guest of Hon. 0
, at once by private conveyance indications that these organs are In the "
'One grain of sand will not make a shore
,' to Home's still, near Levon, to be vety large force of men. The mill Raymond B. Bullock. He was a very least way disturbed, It should be taken CJ i

I with their brother, Mr. D. J. Beasley, is running at full capacity and the efficient member and especially endeared promptly and regularly until all symp- d .One: feather does not make a bird 0 j
toms of kidney trouble have disappeared.This .
who was shot and probably fatally Camp Phosphate Company are con- himself to the military boys of preparation is composed of the best : tOne leap will not make a frogS :
wounded Monday night. structing a steamboat and dredge the state for his fight for the bill
known remedies employed by kidney
boat and after they are completed which made such liberal appropriatiou specialists, and it cannot help but ours
Mr. w. W. Clyatt, has grown very they will commence the constructionof for them. every form of kidney trouble If taken .. ..

youthful and chaperoned a party of several large barges. And last but early. Thousands have testified to this : .&$>

, young people on bicycles to the not leas, the ice factory is almost Mr. and Mrs.! Trusten P. Drake, of fact. In evon the most hopeless cases it : e*

r,: Carters Pond picnic yesterday.: Returning completed and Mr. Cutler is furnish Drake's Point, Leesburg, and Miss will always afford relief. .. ..
Dr. Geo. Ewing of Smith's Grove, Ky,
the bicyclist encountered thet Elizabeth Venable, of Jacksonville, .. .
ing ice to the trade from his Lake writes: "For years I have been greatly ,
worst ram storm of the season. Bif i- land factory.-Dunnellon Advocate. passed through Ocala Saturday. Mr. bothered with kidney and bladder trouble : *

cycles at a picnic will never again bet : I I and Mrs. Drake were on their way to and enlarged prostate gland. I used And so it is with most things in life and *

; w popular. Miss Perla Lester left Wednesday the mountains of North Carolina, everything known to the profession without especially is it true that one advertisement
afternoon for Shellman, Ga., where where they will spend the summer relief, until I was Induced to use :

5. A called meeting of the sub-associa- she will visit relatives for some and Miss Venable was on her way FOLET'S KIDDY CCBE.;: After taking : will not make you a successful ad\ertiser. .

r\ tlon of the turpentine operators was weeks. Later on Miss Lester will I home. three cured.bottles I prescribe I was entirely it now relieved daily In and my Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .

i I held in this city yesterday.:. Among !, accompany her brother, Mr. !Stanaley
and recommend its use .
*' Miss Jessie Palmer, who has been practice heartily
those present were the following: '( Lesser, to Mexico, where he will go attending the Ocala High School for to all physicians for such troubles, for I .

; Col. F. Lang, president, Mr. Rowe, for the benefit of his health. can honestly state I have prescribed It in
the past term and who was one of the
-"' wcretary and Messrs. E. L. Lang, D. The southeastern base ball leaguewas graduates this year, left Wednesday hundreds of cases with perfect success* : THE OCALA BANNER, SWill

\ A. Clark, Walter Ray, G. W. Taylor,
with the following
: opened on Tuesday -Post Office Drug Store Ocala Fla.
afternoon for her home at Dunedin, I
fc L. C. Hall, It I. Barnes, R. S.:) Hall, results Gainesville and Quit- : Pay X X X
: I BH
I where she will remain during the
V,r J. D. Pope J. H. Bell S. B. Davis ,. man at the latter place. Oak Halls I summer. Miss Palmer's many Ocala The Times-Union is authority for : .

t, and E. P. Thagard. defeated, score 7 to 3. Live Oak and friends hope that she will return here the statement that the Jersey Red o .... J

l I fe toll In one day. Tampa at the former place, Score 1 next winter. and White Chester and other breeds ........ S

f Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- toO in favor of Tampa. Jacksonvilleand of hogs, are now being improved by >

*f'J' IS5 Hit*. failes All druggists to cure.refund E. W.the Grove's money Vald08ta. Score 13 to 0 in favorof FOLEYSHONEY I crossing them with the Florida :......aeeear..1.:

? "nature is on each box.-35c Jacksonville. Cores Celdsi Prevents Pneumonia "razorback.:'

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R. A. Burford returned Saturday Says His Recent Veto Was a

t afternoon from a professional Grand Stand Performance.

visit to Gainesville. HIS RECENT VETO DISCUSSED BY I,

t Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and daughter, A NEWSPAPER.THE Veto Unconstitutional and Says That THE
the Governor is Wanting; in the
Nellie, left Sunday: for a visit to
Courage of His Convictions 1
'r relatives in Savannah.Mr. .
Mr. John S. Beard, a prominent
'f and Mrs. Lee Millar are keeping lawyer Pensacola, and a late pre+i I U Before You Again
house for the summer at the home of denttal elector, was interviewed 1 by a

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hall. Journal reporter ou Governor Jen-

ning's veto curing down the ap
Mr. J. D. Robertson and wife, prominent Claims He Has Saved Taxpayers
r propriatious.
people of Ocala, were in the city Money-He Would Rather Be
The folbwiug is the full text of Mr.
yesterday.-Tampa Tribune. Than President of
: Right Beard's interview :

Mre. 8. T. Sistrunk and son, LaGrange the United States. "The reasons given by the governor The Place Where High Qualitiesand

left Saturday; for Valdosta The 1'asco County Democrat! thus for reducing certain! items in the general

1 visit friends for several weeks. eulogizes Gov. Jennings: appropriation hill are inconsistent
"Forexercising his power to veto illogical, and unquestionably
Mr. Isaac Stevens went to High
the unjust and outragtous appropriaion demoustratethateo far from obeying Low Prices Prevail.After
Springs Saturday to spend Sunday
; act, recently passed, Gov. Jen a coustitutional mandate, that he vio .
will his family, who are visiting
I nings deserves the plaudits of the peo laced a constitutional duty. Section

there. ple. Had he not vetoed this act an 30, Article 3, of the Constitution of the
\ f Mrs. W. K, Zewadski and sons left
S additional levy of two mills would State of Florida declares: 'Laws mak

Saturday' for Lake Sixteen, where have been necessary to carry out its ing appropriations for the salaries of

they will visit relatives for about two
provisions, which would have specially public officers and other current ex

r weeks. benefitted six counties of the stateat pensei of the state shall contain provisions an absence of several months from the columns

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege, of Ocala, enormous expense to the other upon no other subject.'

{ are spending a few days pleasantlyat thirty-nine counties. The people will 1 "The advisory opinion of Judge. of The Ocala Banner we again make our appearance

the Brown House.-Gainesville approve this act of the governor. For Westcott, so glibly cited in his veto,

Sun. had he failed to veto this appropriation has little, if any, bearing upon: the We do not do this from a desire to see our name in

I- Miss Mattie Van Fleet, of Bartow, .1 act he would have forfeited the question considered by the governor,

5 one of the Ocala High School teachers, confidence of all fair-minded people and so far as it ]has any bearing, Is a print, but to tell the people that, we are now, more

is in the city, the guest of Mrs.! Josiah of every party and showed himself u condemnation of the governor's IH'

> Varn.k political trickster and cringing tion, us the most casual readmit 01 than ever, in a position to sell all kinds of

k, Trolling for trout in the Ocklawahariver coward, trading otF the peoples inter Judge Westcott's opinion will show.

has been quite interesting to ebt for iuilnenee and popularity thllthe "The bill, I think, was unt'ollstitll'tioullas DRY AND DRESS GOODS

several parties from Ft. McCoy, Pine, miglit secure his own advance to very appropriation note ,

and other places. ment. No one knew better than h for 'salaries of public ,uilicer? anti

that the approval of the act would other current expenses of the state,' LADIES'TRoS GARMENTS,
The Marton Masonic Lodge at :Ft.
have created the greatest enthusiasm and it was not only the right but
: ,McCoy will hold no meetings duringthe
the constitutional duty of the MEN'S & BOYS'
in the minds of the thoughtless and governor CLOTHING
months of July, August and Sep
{ tember. those who at any cost to the state to veto (not scale) every item in

would foster their own local institu this bill not making appropriation FURNISHINGS SHOES

Miss Stella Martin, of Pine, after tions. But we have a governor who for salaries of public officers aid ETC.at .
taking the examination in Ocala
would rather be right than president other current expenses of the stile'

went to visit her sister.! Mrs Creigh That his veto of the act resulted from Section 18, Article 4, of the Constitu' lower prices than our competitors, as our running)
ton at Wildwood. .
honest conviction and a sincere desire tiou reads: liThe governor shall: ha v.

Mrs. J. H. Struuk, and little son, of to conserve the greatest good cf the power disapprove any item or item expenses have been reduced in various ways.

; Plant, City, arrived in Ocala Friday greatest number will be plainly I seen of any bilk making appropriations! of

i afternoon and are the guests of Mr. to anyone u\ 'ho knows him. money embracing distinct items!

and Mrs. L. Dozier. AN IDEAL OOVEKNOK. and the part or parts of the bill approved '

i --- shall be the law and the itemor
"Gov. Jennings has made ideal
> < Miss Annie Atkinson :aud littleMiss an items disapproved shall be vt id,
executive. All the traits of assiduous Our Dress Goods Department -
s Virginia Sistruuk'lhave: gone to etc., etc. It is apparent from the

t* "nt Old Town to vi-it relatives during the industry unostentatious dignity, first cited clause-..Section 30, Article

t absence of Mrs. Sistrunk. thoroughness and simplicity are observable 3,of the Constitution: -.that the Hem*, This department is fairly active with newness. What the people my

i Y Sx in his official life. His scaled by the governor: were unconstitutional must be true---and the people say that we are showing the choicest JiBe of
Miss Annie \Veatgaard, :departed habits are indicative of biZ dislike of I
and from the last t-lus, Summer Dress Goods in Wash Fabrics that has ever been in this "the city I
Friday for Ocala, where sue will Ostentation and official and of
parade "
cited.-Section 18, Article 4.-that the of stores. Just come in and look at them! There can be found br
spend a few days pleasantly Janiougfriends. his methodical and industrious
train governor was authorized, and it wn something that will please you; that is, if it is possible to please you. We I
Gainesville Sun.
ing. He walks to the executive office ..
his duty, to disapprove' the endive just will not be undersold. Note a few prices on these goods :
i fi Mrs. J. W. Crosby aud'Idaugbter: every morning at 9 o'clock and goes items.

Ethel, retured Friday from Basley,, straight to work. He trusts no. one "The cutting down or scaling of CALICOES, all fast colors, 5c; LAWNS, figured, lOc; PERCALES, 4.4 8c

t "( Ua., where they have been visiting but critically investigates for himself these items was not only inconsistentand SUMMED W Stj GOODS, Sc to 75c.

: :c relatives for the past six weeks. before he reaches a conclusion, and illogical, but unconstitutional. I
"' he familiarizes himself with everydetail
do not remember the amounts of these
Major Alexander St. Clatr-Abram s and every fact essential to just
bag different items; but let us suppose au
recently won two large damage conclusions and wise and intelligent
i, 'p i.i suits in the amount for illustration : Suppose the Clothing oijd Gents' Furnishings
supreme court, both cases action. The amount of work thus ac I :: -
? legislature had appropriated in this
carrying withitheui large amounts.
complished-as his private secretary, I
bill $100,000 for the Florida State
it. Mr. Charles H. Dickinson, testifies Your money's worth comes to you in every instance when buy
t. Miss May Allrtd, of Jacksonville, College, and such an item in the gen- you
r is something enormous. This much your clothing from us.Ve guarantee every garment to be as repreeent-
arrived in Ocala Friday night and will eral appropimtion is unconstitutional.
a may be asserted of Gcv. Jennings, ed, and we make this condition : If what you buy here proves to be anything
spend Saturday and Sunday here, the Is it not equally unconstitutional if
that no public man of Florida has except what was represented, bring it back and get your money. If there it,
guest of her brother, :Mr.: N. M. the governor cuts the amount down to
f Allred. displayed greater administrative capacity anything fairer than this, come by and tell us of it, for we want to do
$50,000? It is not the amount as the
z greater republican simplicityor the very best we can by our friends and patrons. Scan these pricesMen's :
i. : Gov. Jennings, Hon. J. X. C. governor seems to think, but the subject .
sounder common sense than has
M Stockton, Judge W. 8. Bullock and matter, that makes such an
: f characterized Gov. Jennings' con:9uct in such appropriation Clay Worsted Suits, all wool, $8 ; Meg's Worsted Suits, all wool, with
other distingusaed orators will de- a bill uncoustitu-
of affairs, In his
private, as well as
liver patriotic addresses at Tavares public life, we find an utter absence of tional. Besides by substituting pin stripe, $10; Men's Flannel Pants, pin stripe, $2.50; Men's Wool Crash

j July 4.Rev.. $50,000 for the $100,000 appropriatedby
all attemps at political clap trap and Pants, assorted colors, $2; Men's Underwear, 50c values at 43c; Men's
4 the legislature, would not the
W. C. Lindsay! returned Fri. meteoric show. Honesty, fidelity and governor
; day from Barnesville, Ga., where capability are his characteristics." be substituting the executive Shirts, 75c values, 50c:; $1 values, 75c; $1.25 values, $1.

L x he has been for the past ten days. will for the legislative will, which is
: .
"_.J Dr. Lindsay preached the commencement I I Will Support General Bullock. a direct and palpable violation of the To prove the above, compare the goods with those of our competitors.

yS sermon there last Sunday. SOUTH JACKSONVILLE, June 17. Constitution The whole thing is a
Friend Harris, I see by the morning grandstand plaj to the dear people as -

,I ",.' Chas. Boy led, who has been working paper that Gen. Bullock has been saving money to the 'taxpayers' with

at Anthony in the melon and vegetable persuaded to make the out the
canvass for political courage to discharge

r; business, bad the misfortune to Governor. Ever since I heard Gen. aiplain constitutional duty. It is the If This Don't Bring You

r get his right arm dislocated and had Bullock make a little speech to a very trick of the politician to catch votes

tF to return to his home at Ft. McCoy. small meeting in Ocala, now more in the 1904 primary.

During the summer kidney irregularities than 25 years since, I have held him "Had Governor Jennings fearlessly
; You Are Out of the
are often caused by excessive in high estimation. What I have seen discharged his constitutional!: duly, City.

drinking or being overheated.;J Attend and learned about him since that little even those who might diller with him

to the kidneys at once by using meeting has only added to the high would have given him credit for thecuurageof

Foley's Kidney Cure. Post Olllce. regard then formed for him. Being a his convictions; but auch On the Fourth of July we are going to start a Clothing Sale that

Drug Store. m republican, I can do no particular compromising with constitutional executive I will stand as a record breaker in clothing store history in Ocala for many

: J. W. Stevens, of Ft. McCoy, had good in democratic canvases; but, if functions, obviously for l
4 quite au euace you will nominate him I shall take politics! ends, i is intolerable. to try and make an exchange for the next month, at prices that our
exciting after
a 4 a mou- great pleasure in I competitors dare not think of imitating. It's YOU we're talking to
ster wild cat last Sunday voting for him, and presume, though, that he acted ,
morning, come along and let us fit out with the nobbiest clothes
shall try for him the you ever
finally hooting and killing it. It had among my friends. upon advice of his able and learned you
had on. Remember! Satisfaction Guaranteed
B. and experienced Or Your Money Hack!
been catching and destroying bis attorney-general,
chickens ? who in this as in other opinions rendered )
--v; pigs lambs for some That Throbbing HeadacheS -
by him, differs
time. widely with
% ouhl quickly leave you, if you used every
Dr. King's New lawyer in the state of ability and
Mrs. Callie Reddick and Master Liver Pills. Thousands -
V of sufferers have their standing. The attorney-general it"
Gus I proved
Bobbitt of Reddick
and Miss
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous wonderfully prone to cite authorities
Joe Allie McCarty of Old Town, i Headaches. THE BOSTON
t iI I They make pure blood that either have no bearing: upon thequestion STORE.
>f drove down to Ocala
Saturday morn ; and build up your health. Only 2oc.
L ing and the two latter returned to.I. Money hack if not cured. Sold by or are directly against! his
contention."It .
c' Reddick in the afternoon. Mrs.lied Anti Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- M. HANDELSMAN, Proprietor.

t dick will remain in Ocala until tomorrow dings & Qo. m is worthy of mention that Governor

{ ; the guest of Mrs; S. E. FOlEYSIfOIffiYANDTAR Jennings on June 1, 1901, approved -
= a:2 "Waterman.ffe a similar bill, except in !:1

t ..t tops the cough and heal lungi mounts appropriated." ..; .. i

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I Found Dead In eral His Days.House After Sew

Atla.ntJune: 23. Murdered two or i

three days ago with a hatchet Jack 4

Favors, a negro, -vag found dead in J
INTO PANIC. The World's Greatest
f THROMN his house in K nneaa.w Alley, near

West Fair street, Sunday afternoon,

and the detectives are investigating Skin Soap. REDUCTION
the very mysterious murder.

Favor had, probably been dead
three lays when his mutilated .body

was discovered. The murderer had The Standard of Every Nationof 1

Peter's Arrival Is Being. Anxiously taken a hatchet, which was found in
;t.King the house, and with it he tad hacked the Earth

k and chopped the negro's head and

body until the victim could scarcelybe

I wait d.I identified.
( Detective Simpson was detailed to Sale Greater Than the World's' Product SALE

work the but far he has
on case, so
I failed to find any one who can throw of Other Skin Soaps

any light on the affair .- AT '-

I MINISTERS I ARE IN A DILEMMA. The coroner and he has hall also not been been able Investigating tc- Sold Wherever Civilization Has

1 secure any witnesses for the Inquest
which will be hold this afternoon in Penetrated.

the recorder's court room. iffiDSON'SFROM III
No other person lived in the house

JJiissiaii'and' Austrian Demands) For the Punish- Nearby neighbors say they have not Millions of the world's best peopleuse

seen Favors for several days. Cuticura Soap,assisted by Cuticura

The detectives believe there must Ointment, for preserving, purifyingand

njent) of the Issassians( of Alexander and have been a gambling game going onIon beautifying the skin, for cleansingthe

Favor's house some day last week, scalp of crusts,scales and dandruff, -

and in a fight which grew out of the and the of hair for
Caused Great Uneasiness' stopping falling ,
game Favors was assaulted and killed softening, whitening and soothing red,
There may be several concerned lathe June 25th to July 25th 1903
rough and sore hands, for baby rashes,
murder. It
- U possible that more
itchings and chafing; in the form of ,
cusjicn and careful consideration, and than one person used the hatchet.
Belgrade. June 23.-The petition of
baths for irritations and inflammations
the ministry ig becomi'-r daily more I they do not think on this account thata The instrument of death was found annoying
i ueL. short section; would be practicable.The In the same room with the dead body or too free or offensive
of Rustlu
Baearliblo In cons the -
perspiration, in the form of washes for
: anil Austrian demands for the QUW'TO of the disposition; of the and It was clotted with blood. ulceratIve weaknesses and many sanavlive
state's convicts is, perhaps the only Favors was well known to the negroes
punishment! of the assassins of King ,antiseptic purposes which readily
Alexander! and Queen Draga. The pressingquestion; to come before the of the city. He did not work euggest themselves to women, espe-

tents of the Russian note also caused present session; the general appropriations .! much but always had money, and appeared cially mother, as well as for all the

t panic among the ministers, who are and general tax acts having to live well. purposes of the toilet, bath and nur

anxiously! awaiting the arrival of King been disposed of. but there are many More light may be thrown on th sery.
'. other matters which the legislators crime by the time the coroner's jury Cuticura Soap combines delicate
Peter to extricate them from their emollient properties derived from Cuti-
will deal with of which result meets fur the InquestTO
dilemma. The war minister is the may cura, the great skin cure,with the pur-
paramount power in the minstery, as in new and important laws. est of cleansing ingredients and the

be U backed by the entire army and REBUILD MILL. most refreshing of flower odours. No r \
ae threatens severe resentment in the SENT BULLET IN HIS BRAIN.Dr. other medicated soap ever compounded
Reconstruction of Gainesville, Ga., ?s to be compared ith it for preserv- _
of hint by a member of the
cite any
h..,purifying and beautifying the skin, Goods and
of the in 0. A. Taylor Commits Suicide Near Cotton Mills. Prices
cabinet punishment
hair and hands No other for-
the case of the conspirators. East Point Spartanburg, S. C.. June 23.- Tnt eign or domestic toilet however
The proa-otlons of officers sent from Atlanta, June 23.-By placing the firm of G. H. Cutting $; Co., Worcester expensive, is to be compared soap with it

teneti are variously explained as either muzzle of a Winchester rifle to his head 1Ia l s., has been awarded the con- for all the purposes of the toilet, bath That \Vill Astonish You.

Intended as an open defiance or and pushing the trigger with a forked tract for the rebuilding of the Gaines aud nursery. Thus it combines in one

ai being! the result of alarm caused by stick. Dr. S. A. Taylor committed' suicide rifle, Ga., cotton mills which were demolished soap at one price the best skin and

the attitude of the army. at his home near East Point some by a tornado several week complexion soap and the bet toilet and

Tha foreign! representatives who have e time Saturday: night. His dead body ago. Thompson & Co., an engineer baby soap than ever the world's compounded. of Sale all Save MoneyWhile
tot been Instructed are asking their was discovered Sunday afternoon by kg firm of Birmingham. Ala, was other skin soaps. Sold in every part
respective governments what attitude r his daughter. Miss! Maggie Taylor. awarded the contract for the rebuilding of the civilized world.
they shall assume at the reception of Dr. Taylor had been living alone for Of Clifton mills N'os. 1 and 2. Prices are Cut Regardless of

King Peter. The Russian minister is some time and had been in bad health. During the week a large wrecking
la a quu ary. He had resumed re Sunday afternoon his daughter calledat force of hands will begin the work 01 DUAL KILLING IN TENNESSEE, Profits. Gadson Offers You SpecialREDUCTIONS

lations with the provisional govern.trnt the house' and the body was discov 1 clearing the way for the permanent
when the czar telegraphed nit ered. Near by was the rifle with I construction and every means will be Sunday Shooting Affray May ResultIn

reccjnltion! of King Peter, but the min.! which the doctor hal ended his life. employed to push the work to com Three Deaths.

Bier tales! the subsequent publication I As the house is far removed from : pletion. The full equipment of Mill Rogersville, Tenn., June 23.-,A special For 30 Daye.Doni .

.. of RUI la's demand for punishment as I the public road and the nearest neighbors No. 1 was 21.512 spindles and 72C to The Sentinel from Rogersville

indication that Russia will probably live some distance off, the shot looms. Mill No. 2 was a duplicate.The Tenn., says:

order the suspension of relations with was not heard, and it Is not known exactly r, buflt mills will conform to the 4. dual killing occurred at Grassy

the government until the murderers at what time the act was com old plans so far as possible. The estimated Springs, Hancock county yesterday af

are punished. Meanwhile the preparations mitted.Dr. cost of the reconstruction will ternoon. It may terminate in three

for the reception of King Taylor had evidently made careful be $180,000.A deaths as the third party to the affair

Peter.continue. A public holiday has preparations to kill himself. He meeting of the directors of tin now lies In a precarious condition.
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been proclaimed. Provincial deputations loa.1&1' Winchester laid down upon Clifton Manufacturing company was George Mabe and his son, Leon
the floor and placed the muzzle closeto held, ahd resolutions passed calling a Mabe, It is said, attacked Charles Max-
are coming to Belgrade free wine
and beer Is to be provided by, the government his forehead. He had procureda meeting of the stockholders on July ey, who married George Mabe's daughter. Fail to Hone to ijcala! July Fourth

and the town is to be given long stick with a fork at one end 23, for the purpose of ratifying or. rejecting When Maxey was attacked he ,

up to rejolciog.S and the fork was placed so the trigger their action of Saturday night, was shot twice and it was claimed hi .

could rest against It and not slip. The amending: the charter of the said company retaliated at once by killing George And Take Advantage of These Bargains.

TRYING TO AGREE ON SCALE. bullet entered the middle of his forehead increasing the capital stock Mabe and then he took Mabe's pistol)
and death must have been instantaneous from $1,000,000 to $1.730,000. divided from the dead body and with it shot
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Alabama Coal Miners and Operators In into shares of the par value of $10beach and killed: Leon Mabe.

Dr. Taylor had lived near East Point and to be preferred- stock, entitled XIaxey may die. His wounds are
Conference. Drive In Shirts
Negligee .,
Birmingham. Ala., June %. A for 35 years and was well known to a dividend of 7 per cent per very <'::?i"and i are bel'eved be Special
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conference of the Alabama coal miners throughout Fulton ountq. At onetime annum, payable seml-annually.
lucrative practice. A Hot Weather Werkness. Ii., .,. HUNDRED75c.srnllTs
i sad mac operators met today for the : he had a

purpose of trying to agree on a wage few years ago his health began to fail SCUFFLE ENDS FATALLY. If you feel fagged nut, INtless and GO AT. .48 C

vile to take effect July 1. The min and recently he was moody and reserved > lacking in energy you are perhaps suffering -
Men Fall In From and Are
Bay Tug While They Last.
en presented their scale which calls ,and rarely ever left his home. from the debilitating effects of
for He leaves a wife and six children. Drowned.
in Increase of 71-2 cents ton weather. These -
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la tie maximum wages paid under the TWO KILLED. ,SCORE; ). San Francisco June 23.::-While the indicate that a tonic is needed that Austraw

Present sliding scale the maximum of! tag Priscilla, with a number of excursionists will create a healthy appetite, make Hats
| which is now 55 cents per ton based on board was entering her
People Returning from Funeral Meet digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
oa the selling price of pig Iron and wharf here last night J. D. Paulsen TO GO AT A SACRIFICE.Men's .
With Accident aDd impart natural activity to the
1M cents per ton In the minimum a bookkeeper for an electric company,
San Francisco June 23.-A serious liver. This Herbine will do it is a
Increase Umbrellas Socks and CollarsOf
the Underwear
minimum to 4! 1.2 to aged 35 years and Edward Sellinger a ,
disaster occurred on the North Shore
M1-2 tonic laxative and restoratiue. H. J.
cents. bar tender, aged 24 years began to
railroad yesterday afternoon In which Every Style and Size at a Great Reduction.
The miners also demand semimonthly scuffle in a friendly way and both fell Freegnrd, proprietor Grand View hotel -
two killed and a score,
Pt 7 days and 8-hour days. The persons were In the bay. Cheney, Kan., writes: "I have -
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tale! of the operators calls for a re- more or less seriously hurt. Life preservers were thrown out to used Herbine for the list twelve years

the 8.1 of the old contract except that The Anton dead Roman are: founder of the Over them but Instead of utilizing' the and nothing on earth can beat it. It SPECIAL FOR LADIES

mlniicum: of the sliding scale shall land Monthly. buoys the unfortunate men engaged in was recommended to me by Dr. Newton I ,

to tents.lill-E The cents per ton Instead of 43 M. M. Kirk of San Francisco. a desperate struggle with each other Newton, Kan."; oOc at AntiMonopoly The Ladies Will be Favored During This Sale.-Just Listen!
operators also ask for and before assistance; reached them
the Seriously injured: Drug Store. m
adoption of certain rules regulat Thomas Donneau ex-county clerk of were drowned. Ladies Walking Skirts,
operation of the mines such
Measures to Prevent Disorder.
** Ire now in force In Illinois. The Marine James county.Tunstead sheriff of :Marine FATAL GAS EXPLOSION.. New York, June 23.-The government Hosiery, Fancy Ginghams, Percals, Dress Goods,
Be scales: were under discussion when county. is taking active measures to pre. Laces and Embroideries
convention adjourned until this Many Injured and Killed In Mine Ace vent any disorder in connection with

l ernOOl1. The convention is being I from All the of the funeral victims of Warren were returning Dutton, dent at Tamaqua.; the opening el congress says a Her .Must Go To Make Room. .

Presided over by Edward Flynn pres.ident Tamaqua, Pa.. June 23.By an explosion aId dispatch from Lima, Peru. A
State Dairymen's
president of the
of the United Mine Workers and of the Bankof of gas in the No. 4 mine last proclamation; has been issued by President -
and president
lIlarstl ,
Iy attended. night 14 moo were so badly burned Candamo. Apparently the gOY

CEOSCIA- Marine county at Tomales. that It is thought six of them will die. meat has sufficient force to maintain Gadson Defies CompetitionON

SOLONS GATHER. PANIC ON TROLLEY CAR. Daniel Le'is, a miner! succumbedto order. The government has decidedto

his injuries today. Two English secure 'on A three years' contract a
session of Fifty Day; Expected-Leg speaking miners and three foreigner geologist from the United States or '
Fuse Blew Out Frightening Passen
islature Meets Wednesday. Were Injured. are in a critical condition and their Europe to atudy the fossil! formation

Atlanta. June !Wednesday morn- New gers-.Many York, June 23. Three persons recovery is doubtful. The explosion, of Peru. Crockery and Glassware. !
ItS at 10 It is believed, was due to a defective
o'clock )
the present general have been severely hurt and a score
'+ lIb:1ill: convene for its second were cut and bruised in a panic aboard safety lamp. No Attempt on Czar's Life. F Never Before in Central
1 tessloa! The St. Petersburg. June 23.! -Officers ol
advance is expected -
guard in Amsterdam: Avenue trolley car. *
.', here TRAIN RUNS WILD. both the court and the minister of the Florida could Plates all kinds
today and imorro\". though The fuse in the controller box blew ,
J they Interior say the reports that an at
U little preliminary work to be! out and jets of blue fires frightened of Dishes and Saucers
tote. for toe Jumps Track While Going at Frightful tempt was recently made on the life ',x Cups
iegiiiature: will take up those sitting near by almost out of J
i lta work Speed at Spokane. of the czar are untrue. A story was t' I wand Glassware and
tti Jt where it wa left off at 1 their wits. A woman leaped off and /; | everything
1 the done Spokane, Wash., June 23.! -A Great circulated a month ago that the czar =r-
of the session last fall. I iron pil '
struck head first against an
The clerical Northern train of 60 cars, loaded with had been fired upon while driving in r ri1. needed to make a dining table
forces of both tar. She was badly hurt. Her husband -
!.n beg n their work ruin! at the start. jumped with their little girl and coal got beyond the control of the the park cf Tsarskoe-Selo but it was [} complete be bought at prices
? engineer and ran through the city at explained that it originated in the accidental \
aJoin '
I T. Boireuilet.! clerk of the I also was badly cut. The child was
bUt wilt be-here a frightful speed, finally jumping the discharge of a revolver, which = jj| made for this sale.
.1 today: or tomorrow.; uninjured. Another man broke one
"' track at Davison street carelessly dropped by a detectiveas
'W engrossing! ant enrolling of bills of his legs. By this time the excitement Three persons were killed nice in the czar'a carriage passed. These Goods will be Retailed to you at Lower Prices than,
i begin three become
within two or aboard the crowded car had
*vi after jured and one is missing. Three ot the Factory can make To-day.
j session starts."ere intense. Several women faint- Driven to Desperation.
\ 14 the buildings close to the tracks were
j the l aslon practically no doubt that ed and their fellow passengers tram wrecked. Living at an out of the way place, Worth of and Glassware to Select From
will last 50 days the full pled them under foot in the- rush for $500 Crockery
1 remote from civilization, a family
Rational Kmlt There was some the exits. Surrenders to Boston Police. ,
: in case of accident
early la the year about a short Boston June 23.-Without friends driven to desperation
'-1ort. and It Is Senator Skel- injunction Dissolved. resulting in Burns, Cuts I
likely with
and hungry no place to sleep
1 loa and otto, mAl mAke the Issue jf Richmond Va.. June 23.-In the wet and footsore. Dr. Walter H. Price, i Wounds, Ulcers: etc. It is the best on We Uunderbuy and Undersell

J t member of the legislature say chancery court today Judge Grtnnan once a prosperous physician and surgeon earth; loc, at Anti-Monopoly Drug

-f .1t1&t Est both bodes are overwhelmingly dissolved United the States injunction government restrainingthe from of this city, has surrendered to Store and Tydinga & Co. m Yours Anxious to Please.F. .
curtailing the session and as- the police. He explained that a warrant .
'ert that there is no likelihood of Its taking possession of the cruiser Gal- had been Issued against him Ctiliz spore Uui your cf
i g done. veston. The federal government stilt Study at Homess&siseg&asagK errmege ens P. GADSON Supt.Ocala .
more than a year ago on a charge of t teller tilt-
a ''hUe it lg ulates that the ship shall remani the and
true that the
legislature performing a criminal operation. HeRas
\! thoroughly organized and can be- property of the Trigg creditors until tired of dodging the polio, he .
r.1 the Ij determined by tks courtof BoM-k""pmg.! Ar\ Bazaar.
lIassit" bills 'of case It-aru ., {
on the first day the said and wanted to b* locked -ap and Tn.:nnomeU7. Griunm Rhetoric. Litenn1re. Aiwn e
lEU1ca; there hlsest resort. Taa CV.; irvUJ _Psrcboingr.Lan. etc. T'beno p.pared r .
are many matters which then given a trial. .ice was l'II1 *. J.rcu.1Vsri. rnee.Wd.
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JULY 3 and 4. l flaracampli


t OF SCHOOLS.HIGHLY All our str -k I. marked in plain figures and we sell at the marked prices j' Relieves Instantly or Money Rcfucici

only with the erjundin? that if you can bur the ame goods: for less .. I
T worry anywhere.4< in the world your money will t* refunded whenever i Itching, Bleeding Piles
J you return the gl pur<*hMt
COMMENDED FOR VETOING I I we make joy the following! literal proposition: for y y. Stops the Itching: Stops the Bleeding. Afiayx aU

APPBOPIIATIOI BILL. JULY 3 and 4. I II I L'1fl mm tion. It Cools. It Soothes. It Ct. a.

::Cat oot focpr.n and present to c*. Each eocpon will b* accepted at lOe. on I I sea lIII1y hi .,S1c: 4 $l.OO Eaais J.t a',...e
**cb dollar purchased. Only one coupon will be allowed on each dollar. 4 II D'aetTai
Exmr.I.ljO: If your purchase amounts In $5 and you present five coupons I I

( ; Lit Oak Cresceat Says the GovernorHas it will bonly H.50 three coupons $4.TO and soon.t.Cut FOR SALE BY ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE

:: Elbert Hubbsrd in the June issue i,I

Made Mae; Me. Fniads This 1 of the Philistine has an article on the ,
t #
b, His Action U This Out.Fireworks i I Elks-the article u characteristic of i
V the latest for the least
Matter CO U money. The marvel of the fSith cec- 'i the Ali Raba. He says the Elks are I
PO N All Are
Governor William ft*. Jennings baa tory: Our repeatioz e&n<., shoots 15 !i: all of one age. Xo Elk is over fifty Invited
times with one loading, pie; snakes,
': more friend in Florida today than lOC--Saved 8 ? Saved -lOe. genulne.5c.t'J.eh. i no matter how long he his lived-ill I
i I I _
have the heart of make
betas bad *t any time during his MX Huge Balloon*'. youth. They
The Racket{ ( Company and the I We have plenty of seats and plenty of
political career. On all sides! is heard will ascend in front of our store on money spend it, more they

the remark, "I never was a Jennings TSU >uIy one coupon July 3 and 4th, at 10 a. m. aud 3 and make the more they spend. "Keepthe package room in our store, and a hearty

good far ilOe'] 13 wed GO/ each 8 p. m. 25 in cash prizes on each change," is a remark the Elk welcome for all who
man before Lot from cow no I am." do1ar on Uie icccpcs-Juo etc. taro balloon for the lucky finder. I may to make

Moet people admire courage,and in ...... .....,.,.. always has in electrotype.The I our place of business their home on the
:.*. : ,... .wW ., ... ....
: .
] 3 and 4 ] Elks never shake the red rag of
vetoing certain Items in the appropriation July only Fourth of JulyCHAMBERS. .

bill aggregating over tJlJO-.) 10
Governor Jennings demonstrated to i religion with ettz-r. He knows that

'c tU people ofFIoiida that he hid a I truth is a point of VIew, that all is I SHOE CO

\., kbocemf5ei for all emergencies ; THE STORE WITH THE YELLOW FRONT ,i relative, that nothing is final nor absolute I I
and door
from corner Opera Hou-e & xk.
i and that fee would uphold the .. nor can be in a world where l II I j f a.

_' Constitution, and do hia duty at any : I IVERMIFUGE nothing is permanent but change f fSo I

co.t. T WHITE'S CREAM the Elks" religion U Now and Here: I
t '
To tj j V V ORl\lIS !! to partake of all g of thing in mol I
spend large cams of money lor I
Xoctia(faasy. SmtiaQo.'sr.For eration : to give out love and kindness I
educational par s his been a fad & MACDUFF

In Florida for several years, and any |j! 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. t1zC ,]o )-1' because thee things come back. ;

sited I To do good is the first prop; u an
appropriation along that liteLaa
-- #, JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.' '
i. usoiUy been granted without j jqCHtion. -- ...- Elk's creed. Being wise, he realize HARDW AI=I

I thai the beat te benefit .
When the legislature met way yourself -

recently appropriations of about fSJj),. GEN. BULLOCK'S IDEA. MR. BEARD; QJI THE GOVERNOR'S ii to benefit others. DOORS, SASH AND BLIXDS, AGRICULTr p. E Y P L I

iOO were ubd This wu chopped VETO. I the AU Baba says that no little

ofl by the house to about W.A>,(fj), and His Declaration U the Wailas Claim I pismire apology for a man ever joined BARBED WIRE, 'CUT AND VENTS, DEERE PLOWS.

the governor's In Tuesday's issue of this paper we |i the Elks-he would not feel at home
veto cut off
nearlykx1w Is Commended.
printed Mr. Beard's criticism of Governor I WIRE SAILS, PAINTS PLANET JE.
: ) more of the among them. To be an Elk you CUL
appropriation. Hon. C. M. Brown of Ocala, has
Promictnt and influential Jennings' veto. I must have faith in other men, fll.ithI \
citizens withdrawn from the for OILS, VARNISHES
race governor TIY.ATOPLLEI '
from the various sections where these Those who read the message and in yourself and faith in the Universe."I v
and will Gen. Robert
support Mr. Beard's criticism must conclude
fic-hools are located, went to Tallahassee : Bullock N for the nomination. The. I have been troubled forsome time LASTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS 3
that the brilliant
Pene&colian did not
and .
urged the governor to sign the i with indigestion and stomach '
main reason aasinec by Gen. Bullockfor sour ,
till or if be eould not do that read the message with any degree of ALL KINDS OF
to allow making the race is that he feels says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis of Lee, COOKING S1OVE3fiEATEES
care. He certainly did not digest it. I
it to become a law without his Mass., "and hue been Chambetlaia's
that hU state was disgraced by the i taking -
Mr. Beard cites the GLASS AND
following extracts PUTTY
tirnatnre, but Jennings was never the recent legislature in virtually repudiating i Stomach and Liver Tablets GRAMTZ
from the constitution of the
kind to shirk a responsibility, or place the contract of ri. L Wailes with which have helped me very much, so IRON PIPES AND
upon other shoulders a burden hi* the state of Florida for cervices in Ii that now I can eat many things that CUT. .
Section 30, Article 3, of the constitution before could !lot If have
own should bear and o he performedthe you any
connection with the Indian war TINGS, EVERYTHING
of the state of Florida declares: trouble with your stomach why not LERYIROSXDSraL
duty placed upon him by the
claims. The general was a member
Laws making appropriations for the take these tablets and get well? For

constitution. of coogresd when Watles performed a salaries of sale by Anti loDopoly Drug citore. m N THE LINE OF BUILDING BOLTS, ROPES. PULLEYS
officers and
public other
For his act he
Is being severely criticized
portion of the work Iud his testimony i
in the homes: the schools, and before the senate judiciary committee current expenses of the state shall I Trolley and Telegraph Poles ] MATERIALS, ETC., ETC BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE

while each criticism contain provisions; upon no other CeJar and pine treed are rapidly
is unjust it is to ot legislature left: no room
Le subject.: ; being consumed for the purpose of
exptcttd. appropriation for doubt that he believed Wailw LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
vetoed Section 18, Article 4, of the constitution supplying trolley and telegraph poles
were .
purely constitutional
was entitled to dollar he claimed. -
every Hubbard
grounds and hence none should find reads: The governor shall and at the present rate of consumption & MacdufH Ocala Fla.
Gen. Bullock, like many other: ,
fault with him but bad have power to disapprove any itemor ii will not be a great while before -
they been T
believes that the state should be as -
items cf bills the visible supply will be ex- -
any making appropriations :i:" v f.. =. ,
ever so constitutional the : "'i.a': a":
governor honest in dealing with individuals as i o "r@E G.tiL-dLGr! tif.J"_sGFsav; 'F G S"r "" i
of money embracing distinct hausted. The foresters look to cataj- .
yet could have vetoed them with .
perfect individuals to be in I
are items and the part or parts of the bill pa to fill the place of pine and cedarin i
propriety and done the etate and dealing with each: other, and he does I' I 5TR/W55
its people an everlasting eervice. approved shall be the law and the this particular. The catalpa i & C
not mince his words in referring: to
Think of Florida item or items disapproved shall be nourishes in a great many places in I II i 2B 7
appropri.tinzfIOmething those member of the legislature I F
like void etc., etc. I this country and ha the an vantage i
$400,000 to maintain
whom he holds responsible! for the
a few low grade where Mr. Beard then cites a suppositious I of growing very straight, and attains : 1 WHOLESALE
. a pupil state not paying what he considersan j
case. He says: { the needed size in from sixteen to :
(by paying full price) can gtt an honest: obligation. He is now
education that is little superior to "suppose the legislature had appropriated J eighteen years. The time requiredfor I r4 LIQUOR
ripe in years, and it grieves him I
that furnished in this bill $100,000 for the [ cedar and pine is more than i
by many high schools sorely: to think that he may go to his :!
Florida State College, and such an double this.
in the state. Think of thirty nine grave with this disgrace hanging over I>! DEALERS

counties item in the general appropriation is j I
being called on to furnish his beloved state. The people of Ocala !
from S5.000 to $15.000 each to educate have promised him a vigorous campaign unconstitutional. Ii it not equally !j LOOK OUT OCALA FLORIDA.

the children of the six other unconstitutional if the governor cuts !
Gainesville Sun.A [
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and the total benefit cf the thirty. the amount down to JoO.OOO. ? It is I\ FOR MALARIA. I !is;

else counties will not Wonderful Women. not the amount as the governor seems i 'a
amount to lfJl< )
| An epidemic of Malaria 15 sure to folI .
each, and the few who receive the Any sic t vouien is invited to consult to think, but the subject matter, that I low the wet seaou and the high waters : STRESS

benefit are children of rich men, by IdLer with Dr.It V. Pierce, makes: such an appropriation in such which have prevailed all over the

chief coLsuiting: physician of the Iu- South. Mahml and kindred
bill unconstitutional. fevers
though the men have bear a t.::
poor to
a valid,' Hotel and t turgicallntitute, i iI'
The facts as they rtally existed; were I'i ithee. will dfvploie! | to an alarming extent. ;
large part of the burden. It
is time Buffalo, N. Y. In an active: practice of I General health conditions will be bad; OYAL'

for the poor man to quit helping educate more than thirty years, a.,listed by a i every precaution should be taken. I I fi i '

the rich man's children. itAtt.or nearly a score of associate physicians Certain sums were appropriated for !J I Ii ra

We believe in education but different Dr. Pierce has treated and the educational institutions of the j I The System Must Especial), Be For. .I i!

a cured over half. million women. All i i, tified to Resist Malarial Attacks.) fi jfI
system must be adopted from state. Fpecifie:; sums for the purchase -
diseases peculiar to women are treated: I A trial of fifty baa RESERVE.re
that in of Und, for the erection of years demoastrat'n: I
now if .
vogue we to jbuildings I
expect get witheucceo. This consultation by letter ed that for this emergency, :

anything for our flwnt'y.-Live Oak :. ii absolutely free. Every: letter is for the purchase certain !j ttr's Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron is :

Crescent.N treated as fetrictly private and sacredly paraphernalia, and a: tpecitlc sum I the fighting element in the blood: and I 4 FULL QUARTSS3.50 DELIVERED

confidential. Answers are mailed for "current *>xpen-!." !tI the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Hari te]

promptly giving the best medical ape The governor, following the' frtrict ;j i ter's Iron Tome is just the kind the r J
vice. All answers are hentin plain I to S j _
i requires
system succe::-fuJy combat -
letter of the constitution, left extant I -=----
envelopes bearing on them no print malarial conditions. Don't wait until i ii
of kind Write without fear all sums for "current expenses": and j'I Ii ,I
Five Per ing yna you are attacked. Take it now and fortify !
Cent. audilhoitf'-e to Dr. It v. Pierce, .i applied! his veto to all other sums.J : yourself; it is an absolute safeguard 1 J tN

BuCkio, ::. Y. j The governor did not "scale." He [ and, at the same time, it is the lti @

Twenty Year Gold Bonds i simply "eliminated." \i tonic and invigorant for the entire sys-

General Bullock Saved Ocala From I!j tern. Oil the other band, quinine dim STRAUSS"76"Maryland

Capture. j! Warning. 1 I j tubs the system and its.cumulative

II'ADoth r Ct11t.r Twenty"by u Cold rl ohm cy fer. The niiiny friends here and tLe- j If you have kidney or bladder :1 p i1o,00Q on which be bad paid ail I than those it is
annual employed to
"ca, PM where of General Bullock are pleased i I remedy.
bodernselUbd aaTbttdig policy trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney f
aDd Mutual Le j Where a bad case of chronic Iabriaalrea.l
Jlllurluce Company of lw York and ID settle to see his announcment for governorin : Cure.you will have onley yourself to
meat of this policy the Company 1tla issue i \ exists take DR. BARTER'S |
olle-thou5alld Cold sands the dollar income' Pn'from Cent which T..mt-Vcn ten the coming campaign. OId-timers j i| blame for result, as it ia positively j,I :FEVER and AGUE SPECIHC. It is i
a f1UhO year fur will twenty ran. The face of the t pohcy tSUU will remember the service he has i j cures all forms kidney nod bladder { guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents. *
paid at
the md of 'IDR.
(CPlJIl44.ltl4 Ruerd N-twenty yearn rendered: this state, even during the disea.es. Poet Office Drugstore. :u ': BUT IF YOU WILL
civil war, when, while borne on a I I Ii i' Teske HARTER'S I

If you desire to know on what furlough, the enemy made a raid on The Unfortunate Poor. : iID
terms [ lOOI 9t
you can contract for the purchase of 5 Per the eiat side of the Ocklawaha river The Daily Capital Tallahassee, says !i j IRON TONICYou lf5

Cent. Gold General Bullock all the old Han't Have Malaria. Price $te I I :
gathered law
Bonds deliverable to yourself that under the new no one is allowed j I
in twenty years or to your family men and boys he could and met themin to seine or trap filth in any of All dealers handle or send to DR. I

immediately in case of your death state Marshall ewamp and turned them the fresh water lakes of Florida un HAKTEB MEDIOSE Co., Dayton Ohio. I5 li:) Rye'srratss&cP
the amount of annual income you wishto back having this entire section from less he owns the lake and the land Houston,Tex.,Aug. I,I9CL 1 ; ;

secure for yourself twenty yew V'y- piUage.-Fort k McCoy: cor. Times- upon which it is located. It is un ijE. Iron"I Tonie bave myself used Dr.and Harter's III my : )

aDd give date of your birth. Union. lawful to seine in any of the streams'or '' an family beartIly for over recommend twenty-five It. pears I regard. and I au.... .,

M particularly valuable to ward on malarial
rivers of Florida. This is a good
On the first Indicative of kidney and other fevers. 4 FULL
Kid. law. It should be rigidly enforced. Land and EmicrtUoo ,Vnsco Line.
Cecil Wilcox Manager or Florida,Jtcksonnlsi! trouble stop it by .klng'Foley' Agt
T.H Linnj ton.Ajent. Oalt Fla. ney Cure m Indian River Advocate. 1 Ul...........*--lie.. 14tf allI tom) !Ii if.'I :.! .



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; A veil .
: i
..A race',thd'a pale..A It looked very much at one time as The world treats you.aa well as you MALARIAAn
of flowers to carry;
r .Amne gIteo..bunch. if General Uljsses 8. Grant would treat it. a.: .
I jit aisle! break the unwritten law of our land Men who are threatened usually die 4
little while *
A Before the minister to tarry; and become its president for a third of old age.

Jibe*. term. Au ounce of "I'll try" is better than

. "A ww1 thee-endow." General Grant was general-in-chief a ton of "1 can't." Invisible Enemy to Health.

) '..f..diO forth, you kDo..how thy marry of the armies of the United {States at ,
Fashion is a barricade behind which
the close of the of mod
The;bush; greatest war
men hide their nothingness.No .
The rash CfUhh, ern times and it was to him that Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infec-
The Ia-PP1 considered
The kiN{ sad the congratulation; General lee surrendered at Appo- mlin can be great ted with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands, Ya? ;

1 The ride bride! inattojc.; who does not move until he is pushed. damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegetable '

The The britg band that plays the loudest matter and inhale them into the when i' '' '
fin Lord beside One Union general after another we unconsciously lungs,
the re Uast. then the railway station.A don't make the best music. taken the blood and circulated the
I they are
had failed to crush Lee's tattered, half up by throughout system.

tour, are! starved, but heroic aruiy.McClellau Here is the formula of bate: Keep Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are .' ;,.'

Oh 1 thought yon knew her! BuruMde, :=Hooker, your eye on each other's deficiencies. seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is .

()h.yea indeed,a month or more the of this hidden foe. This invisible r
Meade, and others whose names ranked Find your joy in what you do, not completely at mercy enemy maybe
She pent following us night and day but often the first intimation we have of y .
y While high la military annals, were in in what you intend to do. ,
OB enjoyment its is a chilly sensation running over the body : "'
presence creepy
turn baffled and outwittedby
"I world spread oat before her successfully A family tree is more generally
Of) tile w the Confederate chieftain's sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tired, drowsy and ,'
supe- known by its decayed branches than
t bomel
.At depressed The blood becomes deeply poisoned thinned
feeling. soon
Fntnd come rior strategy and uenius. Its good fruit. )II
make things hum and weakened the millions of microbes and and
Lod life seems joy.bleaded.t"bc So wh>u dually he surrendered his by teeming germs, an {
.ADd! married! sword to Gen. Grant the victor London each day 400 childrenare irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the

Icp.e- found hilt popular! almost boundless born and 250( enter school fot the blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles : torpid liver,
Her Hub little drags fairy the dream: is ended. I first time.A enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a _

a count of the unoccupied housesin pallid or yellow skin boils carbuncles abscesses indolent ulcers )', .
Mr. CoukliUK, the leader of the republican -
VETO London show 40,000. That Is one and pustular and '
THE GpYEHNOH'S forces at that time, wanted a LOCISVIIJ.E KY., March 26th, i9o:. _
house in fifteen of the whole city. scabby skin

AND THE SCHOOLS. badge of distinction conferred on For several years I suffered with Chills and }Fever eruptions > p
England and the continent of Europe caused Malaria and each for of various 1
.. Grant &s hd teen and would be con- i i by my system, summer
; I have suffered from frost and cold !several years I would relapse. Finally my physician pre kinds, are common symptoms of malaria.
ferred on no other man-he wanted
I scribed S. S. S. In all, I took three bottles, and theyentirely
Tai Frequently the health becomes impaired
The Average Payer Becoming the past spring more than for 20 years. so ,
,him elected three times of
president cured me, and I have never been troubled since
: Burden...The Prun- and such a lifeless condition. ensues that the
: Weary of the the United States as an expression\ of Surinam has the smallest range of I am sura no other medicine could have given me so
loses interest in his surroundings andfaith
: inc Knife to be Applied. the; gratitude of the American people. temperatureof any place in the world. omplete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person
highly of S. S. S. My partner in business it now taking in all human remedies. Malaria, ifs.
is 78
summer temperature degreesand
found it But Couklit g's eloquence and
That the governor necessaryon S. S. for an eruption of the skin and general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation

t,1 :. the ground of unconstitutionality Grant's popularity were powerless to the winter 77! degrees. condition of his system, and though he has taken but for other diseases that very often proveone

to veto the many large appropriationsto break the country's sacred Itraditions There are three-storied streets in bottle: already commences to feel better. fatal or permanently wreck the health.

state schools will not cause any and "third termism" was effectuallyslain. New York where the underground, 931 West Market St. L SHAPOFF.
t- Malaria I can only be worked out of the

great amount of heart burning outsidethe surface and elevated street railwayscome system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and

immediate locality of the schools. Mr. William M. Springer, a noted together. neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine

The appropriations to these schools democrat 'of Illinois, introduced a There are about 200)( deaths yearly in that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthymatter

Aggregated more that halt a million resolution in the house of representatives London due to the weather; 140 of but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial

dollars and it Is not by any means opposing the dangerous and these are due to cold and the rest to poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kindare

I clear that the results aimed at in the menacing precedent sought to be es sunstroke and lightning.The allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.

pUllgeof the bill would have justi- tablished. The resolution was adop- most dangerous part of the During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,

fled the outlay. We are rapidly approaching ted by a vote of 234 to 18. British toast is between Flamborough for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impoverish

the of in Every democrat voted in favor of blood and weaken the constitution and than
stage over supply Head and the North Foreland. Next the now more ever the Malaria sufferer

schools tbat are "state" so far as their the measure and it stands today as the comes that between Anglesea and the needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.A .

maintenance in concerned, but very declaration of democratic doctrine. Mull of Cantyre. course of S. S. S. at this particular season will

much local in the scope of their work, There will be no third term presi- of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforceand
In the city of New York alone there build '
and the average tax payer is becoming dent of the United States at least not up the system, purify a id strengthen the slug.
are 100,000 men who are idle through
rather weary of the burden. with the consent of the democratic gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetiteand
labor difficulties and tha construction
With our public schools placed on tbe party. digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly
of buildings to cost is
$75,000,000 at a
Highest plane of efficiency and a state recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this
What Killing the Birds Have Cost Us, standstill.
university liberally supported from great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all
We keep an army of 65,000 men, Great Britain announces that she
the state treasury, the tax payer Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions. + j

will certainly be doing his full duty have 251 ships, of war. We are readyto will not allow any other power to If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will

fight any nation on earth, and yet establish a naval base in the Persian
toward public'education.Starke take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free.
I the little potato buis laugh us to Gulf. A sort of British Monroe doc
, scorn. Ever heard of the big United trine. I

SUtea suffering with the grasshopper?
,Cur Officers and Citizens II f'ani
I ComplU The soul grows by leaps and bounds,
Are we not powerless before the Gambling among American work
J mented by throes and throbs. A flash and a
, I gypsy moth? The bug family taxes men is almost unknown as comparedwith
OCALA, Jane 19. glory stands revealed for which you
the same evil in Great Britain
this great country$350,000,000 a year, ,
' T a the Editor of the Ocala Banner. have been groping blindly throughthe I.
but in the unequal fight: between the says Moseley commissioners.
\ We desire to extend our thanks to years.
! nation and the bugs he latter ever Breathitt county, Kentuckey, has
the county commissioner and other The announcement that
J remain unconquered. The worms congresswill shown genuine southern generosity.She Dyspeptics
i Y county officials Marion county, to meet in November leads us
that attack the cotton plant assess the toN haa allowed the war to be moved '
I{ the mayor, other officials and citizens hope that the elements will be kindto made every day by their wo esreleeaDAM.
{ farmer ftiO.000,000(; a year. The potato over into Morgan county.-Atlanta O. that cue of eoottifMUio. Ulol aDeooma
. ofOctUtor their kind and cordial ua in all other respects anyhow.
chronic. Tab
bugs eat SS.000,000 worth annuallyout Journal.
1 Invitation to visit their county and Guthrie Okla. Leader.
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of our gardens. The chich bug The critics of Dr. Lorenz should be 'D A VOII'S LIVER PILLSI
city and for the
1 many courtesies extended -
cost us SICO.OOO.OW( the Hessian. fly In the Tennessee phosphate sections in better business than abusing the I Ithe
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to while we were in their ANDTONIG PELLETS
i $50,000,000, and the grasshopper $90- and especially around Mt. great whose remarkable
1 midst We desire to make special surgeon I I only reoediee which newt Nature tad do not got ia bar I
000,000. The big United States hasn't Pleasant, not a laborer nor a wagon
mention of the drive their are only equalled by I nf. Powerful purgatma gripe pain and male confirmed
i! over excellent -
enough money or men to win any or team is at leisure, and all the minesare his bigness of heart and breadth of ; drug-Uken.. Ramon'i Remedies act goody tad hove UMi ,I j jryatem

j roads and the inspection of war with an insect. running as full crews as they can mind.It i independent drag For tale bj all dealer t
their road making machinery secure. Your druggist will tornub a tree sample! or .. will.
And it all comes of killing the
H. H. Dickson, T. W. Tilden, A. G is curious fact (or it isn't) that
birds. Let us acknowledge that in Brown Co.
every Mfg.
I Brabham of all the illusions that beset man
Orange county; Thos.
Brewer, D H. Baker Lake county ; Mr. Brumby Here. religion, no matter how perverted by kind none is quite so curious as that New York ,)

i Jno.fi. Welsh, W. A. Shelby, M. O. Mr. Louis J. Brumby, the well- superstition, there is a mas of,!Icon- tendency to suppose that we are mentally and Greeneville. '

I Bareett, J. W. Benton, Eacambia. known man of Ocala and editor and viction" and "regeneration" have in and morally superior to those Tenn.

I county; B. W. Branch, Hillsboro proprietor of the Florida Fruit and them the germ of truth.If who ditfer from us in opinion.If .

county; C. Beville, P. Caruthers, Truck Grower, is in the city today in you have not reached the point the Japs have got to fight Russia

I Sumter county Geo. W. Moyers, AlaI the interest of his popular publication. where you perceive that two propositions now they must regret that they did I

ehoa county. His paper is devoted exclusi- exactly opposed to each other, not undertake the task at the end of

i vely to tbe agricultural and fruit may both be true you have yet some- the war with China. The bear has I I POST OFFICE DRUG STOKE OCAUt, FLA.McMillan .

i { Over-Work Weakens growing interests of this state and thing to learn. got the best end of the territorial sit- j -

! 4 Your Kidneys. the Tribune is gratified to learn thatit Sin is perverted power,and the man uatiou, and Japan will have to do its

4 is building up a circulatiou secondto work all over agaiu.-Philadelphia
without capacity for sin has no ability Bros

Unhealthy> Kidneys Make Impure Blood. none in tbe entire south. Businesspeople to do good-isn't that so? His soul is Inquirer. 1

I I WI the blood in your body passes through Tampa who desire to caterto a dead sea that supports neither Governor Jennings, of Florida has I II -
lOur kidneys once three this class of trade should I
every minutes. patro-
The kidneys are your and Truck amoeba nor fish neither noxious exhibited an unusual nerve for a Flor- Copp e Works I
Florida Fruit
nize the
[I '' blood purifiers they filter bacilli nor useful life. ida official He vetoed the school
ia ''b y, i out the waste or Grower. Sir. Brumby is an affable
Impurities in the blood.If President Francis couldn't spend appropriation bill solely on constitu- Manufacturers of
they are sick or out gentleman and one of the brightest tional grounds. and this in the face of Turpentine Stills t
his time than
more profitably by -
of order, fail to do the
they journalists in state.-Tampa
.rr the fact that it his
was against own
I their work. those fc>t. Louis hotel keepers and General Metal Workers. 1
Pains aches and rheumatism and and everybody else's wishes
down, if he wants the people to at-
: come ci- can produce the best kind and Jennings:: is ambitious::, too.-
e. cess cf uric acid in the tend their big show nest year.
k' blood, due to neglected of cane. There is no doubt about Thomasville (Ga.) Tinges: Enterprise. :
WIey trouble. A giant artilleryman in the garrison -
\ heartbeats dnel trouble causes quick or unsteady this-it has been proven. What is Startling Evidence. I Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
and makes one feel at Cherbourg: France, is:' about 6
\ as though
transform the
r needed is factories to
the 7 had heart trouble because the heart is feet 7 inches high, and his eight 20 Fresh testimony in great quantity is through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

voisoned cver..orking blood in pumping luck, kidney- crude into the finished product. pounds. special uniform and double constantly coming in, declaring Dr. I wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
through veins and arteries .
I t wed to be Given these, Florida's sweetness following worksFAYETTEVILLE _
considered that only King's New Discovery for 'Consumption -
tr*ablea i urinary rations have to be provided for him.
were to be traced to the/kidneys would be known all over this earth. I
I ut new modern Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. -
aJ1 science proves that nearly Florida is the leading sugar produce During the last thirty years the ,
eons 1I01W N. C. SAVANNAH GA.
lilt diseases have their begin- A recent expression from T. J'I ,
iQ r IlIl kidney trouble. ing territory on the globe-but as yet population of Germany has increased
1 10U McFarlan, Bentonville, Va., serves as i:
r arc sick
Ii I,lISt you can make no mistake her citizens have not recognized her 40 per cent, that of France 2 per cent, ; JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...
; The mild example. "I had Bronchitis for three i
the eztporthna y effect of Dr. Kilmer's opportunities in that line.-Punta that of the United Kingdom 30 per I .
nmP.l 6Ot, the years! and doctored all the time with -----
tI grist kidney remedy Is Gorda Herald.It cent and that of the United States 100
I : aUzed. It stands the highest for its out being benifited. Then I began 2 22 222222 szszna
wonderluicures of the cent
most per
sad Is sold on its merits distressing cases will be noted that in all the taking Dr. King's New Discovery anda FLORID ROBBER STAMP WORKS

by' all druggists in fifty- South American revolutions, the list The Cedar Rapids (Ia.) Republican few bottles wholly cured me."

telt and on dollar:jz. of killed and injured in any one bat says that if Iowa politicians were Equally effective in curing all Lung r" Manufacturers of Seal, Rubber Stamps, Stencils Auto *jj
ts. YOI1 may have i "' graph Stamps and Supplies. Any style made to order 6 to J:
a the list of
J tie is never quite so large as and Throat troubles Consumption
to do one.fourth of
;Settle: by mail ever going the hours. Special attention to mail ordrs. ""
pan cf 8..mp.RooC.O1lt
killed in of the numerous Pneumonia and Guaranteedby
| Pamphlet telling you how to find any one things that are ascribed to them by Grip. When in the city give us a call.
you have kidney or bladder trouble. brushes between the "constabulary"and Anti.Monopoly Drug Store and
kSTo., thIS paper when writing Dr Kilmei the Iadrones in the peaceful Philippine newspapers they would be a busy set Tyding's &Co., druggists. Trial bottles m K 221 MaiuStreet, Jacksonville Fia.SSLu5S J

Inrhiniton. N. Islands-Commoner. of men. free, -gular size 50c, and $1.00. m 5S Sd5c' 1i

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SOON TO BE LAID BIG MERGER UNDER MARTIAL RULE Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. 7J on every

F Foreman of Late Grand Jury Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This Signature, (9. box.ZSc,

r Line Between U. S. and the Atkinson Control of im-
Has Been Threatened. -

Philippine Islands. portrnt Public Utiliti 1 _

I Thi Formula story :
Swear Out War
tail- Move is on Foot to
Cable Ship Angela Has Already Depart Preston Arkwright, of Georgia

ed From Honolulu: to Finish the way and Electric Light Company, rants For Arrest of Men In High Grove's Chronic4D Cure
For and Perjury In
Work-Journey L.May Be Accomplished Gives Facts Regarding Merger of All Places Bribery

. In Six Days. ,. Lighting Interests of Gate City. Connection With Fomous Trial. Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste made of

. San Francisco June 22.-Within a Atlanta, June 22.-A "merger" of the Jackson, Ky., June 22.-Since the removal Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

week the last link, of the commercial Atlanta Gas Light company and theGeorgia the of Jett and White of another to Lexingtonand trial is Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

Pacific cable will be laid between San Railway and Electric Light certain in prospect a county beyond the zone Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA

Francisco States will and have Manila direct and communication the United company& Atlanta's has been greatest effected public wherebytwo utilities of feud here influence of prosecutions, there ia considerabletalk for perjuryand It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure,

under of II. M.
come the control
with 1U cable Philippine ship Colonia possessions.The reached Midway Atkinson and his allied interests.President bribery. It is claimed that once The Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Pric, SOc.
PresU. S. of out of influence of Jackson feud leaders
] the Arkwright
island yesterday, completing will talk when do.
freely and they
the Georgia Railway and Electric
link between Guam and Midway, and
prosecutions will follow. It is -
Immediately] on its arrival the Angelia Light comptny, at 11 o'clock today issued many ,--
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said that a move is on foot to swear -- --
.' for to close the last the following official statement:
departed Honolulu
out at for the arrest of
warrants once
J gap in the transpacific cable, a dis- The parties interested In the Goo men in high; places for bribery, per- : .
fta. Railway and Electric Light I
tance'of 1,160 miles. Superintendent
to the Marcum ROLLIINI3 Ollt
jury and as accessory f ,
I and the Atlanta Gag Light
>. Harrington, of the Commercial Pacific company Remember,
murder before the fact. .
Cable company, states today that he have arranged for an exchange of the il r
believed the Angelia would accomplishthe stock of the companies. By the termsf One of these warrants is expectedto :
be served tonight The statementby 11' i II 1STH TEAR! OFEhV OtTOJft I, 10.3,
> voyage In six days. paying out the the exchange the present stockholders I II \
Judge Redwine that he w'll! call a ,
wire enroute. of the Atlanta GasLight company I ._
rope 1I -- -- --==- --= = -c"'" .
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the special term of court when he finishes i I' ; //I -
will become largely interested In CAX sell you the I I
big work in countiesIs \\JE
Irving and Lee
YOKOHAMA HAS PLAGUE. Georgia Railway and Electric Light ;!
taken as a conclusive in this I II A-imouncement :
company. They hold at present step smallest article or a ? i
direction especially since Judge Har- q I
of Disease $600,000 par value, preferred stock, I : The for entrsaee-
Signs SpreadingDrasticMeasures \ following departments are Qpen
by Authorities. and $1,014.625 par value common stock gis refused to speak to Redwine before I carload of anything pertaining il'
the former left with his attorneyfor # !i 2llhs Ccllesa. 2:12i$ Acaierj, 3iDb. fokSalliss ks
of the Atlanta Gas Light 'I I
Toklo, Japan, June 1, via San Fran company. to Hardware Iron .:
Cincinsati. The situation is still business S h:1 :22-s S i l of
cisco, June 20.-Correspondence of They receive in exchange for this a hI :::: } :: ZiprMta.

'- the Associated Press.)-Two cases of like amount, par value of the com- one the of grand apprehension.Jury that The indicted foremanof Jett ij, Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite j: I ; 2liisSilcfFi28Ats t Ecffisi! e::.::1f :.swtfc Jt Mutrkl lite.

bubonic plague have been discovered mon and preferred stock of the Gor- ,I _.
in Yokohama and there are signs of gia Railway and Elctric Light company. and White has been threatened and ::1 Lime, Cement, Stoves. ii!i ''I''I'I ;i i : -
the soldiers were stationed around his ,i I h: The trustees announce as president the coll:: |e sauced E*. fi.+"r w -4
It spreading. Drastic measures ares house last night as well as around that ": ,"I ji j'I'D. D., resigned, Rev William Freemont Black.: ... n D.. rather at f1.. .....( ->IIII
being taken by the authorities to pre- "There will be no consolidation of of }la d1x, who testified to seeing CAR |I| Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Yale Umvenajr ttum i*tj to I,.M ww a IrlcY
j i
: the two companies, but they will continue
vent the spread of the disease. There Crawford and Tharpe teamsters for II'II'i >li:i of twenty professors and instructors. lllinnmnrnMj h* rtllrmntln rti pii.U .ii .
were 117 cases during the last week to be operated as separate and i LOADS IX OUR i ii! i .
Hargis Bros., coming from the Ewen II --- :;:-
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"ana 99 deaths In Hong Kong. The independent organizations. By the :i
hotel Just before the fire was discov WAREHOUSESGainesville !: I;
cumber of cases to date is 678. exchange however the ownership of
The Uraga Dock company on May4 the two companies is common, and ered.. Jackson is still under miIi'taryrule. I: 'III ::1 Y. f. lltKMItHi! FRES. VINTU CARE, PU.II .

suspended the construction of the remaining they will be brought in closer touch I i -- ---= ;. I ji __

coast guard boats of the United with each other, will be enabled to FIGHT ON FOR LOCAL TAXES. --

l States government and will it is purchase their supplies Jointly, and by Ii'BAIRD HARDWARE [Coe ,

'J. said,' carry out a wholesale dismissalof these means It is believed that econ Great Educational Campaign Being $ .

', employes at the Uraga yards in a omies in the operation of each can be Waged In North Caroli.--. !

few day. effected and higher efficiency and bet Raleigh, N. C., June 22.-Last year i I' Florida. lit

The event is due to the fact that ter service accomplished in all departments a great campaign in the interest of .

the first two vessels sent to Manila of both companies. local aid in the way of taxation for For June Application

have been found defective. Mr. Tsuka- "The management of each companywill public schools, particularly] in the

tara president of the Uraga dock, remain the same as it is now, and smaller town and in country districts, "---.THE--- On Bearing Trees Use

went to Manila the other day to apologize no changes in the management of was conducted. /

and was told that the authorities either will be made." Friday arrangements were completed M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINE

would not take the boats,o'nless the TUNNEL-CAVES--IN-AT-BOSTON. for an even greater campaign along FRUITAND

Uraga company should reduce the cost this line beginning July 1. There COMPANY PERUVIAN MANURE

Y of the vessels by 20,000 yen apiece. Polish Laborer Killed and Another In. are over 50 speakers on the list, who VINEA
will devote a month or two months..to -- 1
jured-Workman Missing.
SINKING DOWN TO SEA LEVEL. this most important work, among these
Boston, June 22.-A section of the High {Grade. Natural Guano Formula Entire \ \n i tl ti. v
being ex-Governor
East Boston Tunnel near the foot of Jarvis, Governor Ay- F. D. POOSER Agent.OCALA. .
Boston and Surrounding Territory Said cock, Auditor Dixon President Mclver,
State street, weakened by the actionof
Forms of And
To Be Getting Lower. of the State Normal and Industrial college FLORIDA.As Sulphuric
the compressed air used in connection .
Boston, June 22.: -According to a for Women; President Henry
with the excavating, caved in dur
former member of the Metropolitanwater Louis Smith of Davl .
son college Con
ing the night, and one man. a Polish ; Send for our new oookS-
board, Boston and the surrounding gressmen John H. Small and Robert '
laborer, was killed and another In :
territory are slowly sinking down jured. A third workman was reported N. Page, Cyrus B. Watson Charles "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"WILSON
to the sea level H. Mebane Professors and
missing after the accident and it I
The statement is made In a report Sykes of Wake
college; professors r
was feared he was buried in the tun I
era. the Charles river -dam. The subsidence Mimms and Durham, of Trinity i /
nel. A force of diggers was put to I
is estimated to be at the rate work Immediately] but at 3 o'clock had college; Robert B. Douglass and Z. W & TOOMEf} FERTILIZER (M I \ \

of about 1 foot In 100 years. The pres.ent not found any trace of the missing Walser] Alfred M. Scales and others. ;1i

plane used as a base for the Bos Since last year's campaign 50 dis- : JJi 'UACKSO.XYII.M:. n.omni.

ton engineers has sunk to 79 feet be- man.The 25 tricts have voted local tax for schools
cave-in was about feet long
; low mean low water, and throws out andthis
bringing the number to 139
up ,
;: by 6 feet wide, and will not seriouslY OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS.I .
all calculations for the
survey state. impede work on the tunnel matter is being agitated in Zoo
I Various landmarks along :Massachusetts other districts. I

bay have sunk from 1 to 2 feet CATTLEMEN HAVE BATTLE. -- :
before 8tat@d,1 have on hand a __
in 90 years. HAVE NO HELP TO RUN FARMS. carload of one and two-horse mowers,

One Killed and Another Probably Fatally rakes, sickle grinders and repair

WILL TRAVEL INCOGNITO. Wounded. Dearth of Labor In Counties of West parts and shall have in the next ten
Holbrook, Ariz., June 22.-News has Virginia. days a car load of reapers, binders, fiV I < > >-f

Prince Henry of Prussia's Approaching reached here of a desperate battle bar Huntington, W. Va., June 22.-Tha shredders and every part pertainingto

Visit to the U. S. tween cattlemen on the Apache Indian announcement is made by farmers of make harvesting a success

New York, June ::.Today's court reservation in which Henry Bar southwest West Virginia that fully half Remember that the McCormick

circular will say, cables the London rett was killed and Prime,coleman was of the land in Wayne, Cabot Lincoln binder the is market the only and right should hand machineon buy Fern Hill

correspondent of the Times,that Prince I probably fatally! wounded. Both are Logan and Maso counties will lie idle any other, you ,are sure to be you disap RyeH.

Henry, of Prussia, when he visits the prominent cattlemen this year because it is impossible to pointed.

United States next year for the world'sfair The men became involved in a dis secure men to work the farms.! We defy and challenge the world to ROSENTHAL fc SONS DisUIUrt.

at St. Louis will not go in an pute over their respective grazing per There is a large amount of railroad meet us in the harvest field. Thereis ,

official capacity, but will travel incognito mits on the reservation which are only building in this section of the state the place to show what your machines OHIO.
Issued at certain times in the year and the demand for labor in the lumber are. Call and see me and I CINCINNATI -

The prince will tour the United and are of considerable value. A dull and mining region has drawn will give you points! that will interest

States, Including the Pacific coast with revolvers followed, in which largely from farmers' help. you, and save you money. Every
machine sold will be and
The cron prince of Germany will Barrett received three wounds in the In many Instances the owners of tested before it is turned over up to you.
also be a visitor to the world's fair, abdomen from which he died within a farms have gone to work on the pub

and may be accompanied by one of few minutes. Coleman was shot lic works at good wages. Farm prod. F. D. POOSER, Agent. This is the whiskey yott ...r ph

his brothers. through both thighs, and was also bad ucts promise to be scarce In West rl3.IS.dlt.wlm
ly bruised about the head by blows Virginia next winter. i talking about when they sty

BATTLE IN MOROCCO. from Barrett's revolver.

Seaboard Dashed Into -a- Southern SEWANEE COMMENCEMENT. "That Good Wliiskey.1
Six Thousand Men Killed In Fight
Freight at Carey, N. C.
With Rebels. Raleigh N. C.. June 22.-At Opening Function Consisted of Entertainment 4
Madrid, June 22.According to a near !here, where the Southern Carey and, Given by Sephorim. i FUIIt It has held its place at the h *4 of file

dispatch received here from Tangier Sewanee Tenn., June
Seaboard Air Une's tracks cross, the commencement -
of Grade Goods for
En MeneUhi, the Moorish war minister festivities began last night :;- column High
engineer of a Southern freight train
has lost 6,000 men in a battle with the function of the Sephorim, 20
Friday saw Seaboard .train comingand what? Its bltl
fought with the rebels j -- many ;years, on
at Amniedinna.
stopped on the crossing.The which took place at Forensic hall at 6 QtS.

brakes on the Seaboard trainwere 8 o'clock. An elaborate program was
American Suicides in Paris. out of order. It dashed into carried outSephorim <, -
Paris, June 22.: -The prefect of $4 l
police or "The Scribes. is a
the Southern train and cut through a
has notified Consul General CowAy car and damaged four others. The new organization among the students :' STRAUSS & CO.
that Sam Jameson an American, its -.
Southern train's stoppage preventedthe and professors and purpose is, as
committed suicide June 16 and was extensive wreck which would have the name might imply, for the encouragement Qts
buried in Potter's field. An investigation resulted with both trains moving. and criticism of writing 12 Distributors.Ocala .

.' showed that Jameson was born : among the students. The club has not yr
at Lebanon 0., and that later he lived I !
been but
Wife Charged With Poisoning. organized very long, already 99.9 -t+vi
in St Louis. The deceased was Knoxville Tenn., June 22. James good results have been shown not only .
65 years old and his wife is 64. Recently

the members but on the mountain
of LaFollette among '
a young man ,
Mrs. Jameson became deranged Tenn., near here, died a few days ago. at large on account of the greater /\j\,jEXPRL
and failed to recognize her husband. attention paid literary efforts.
Some apprehension was caused as to
This preyed upon Jameson's mind
his death, and a post-mortem examination Convention Printing Pressmen. PR[
j and he cut his throat ,
1 was ordered by the coroner. His Cincinnati, June 22.-The conventionof -

young wife, it is said objected to the International Union of Printing _. .
Old Hickory's Birthplace. -- ---- -
such an examination, but to effect. today to meet
no adjourned
Raleigh, N. C., June 2-A photograph CHAS. E. BLUM & COMPANY
t The physicians have Louis after adopting ,
reported, and the next year in St.
of the house in which ....
President Jury returned a verdict that Lovely many resolutions on office rules and 517 and 519 W. Bay St. JAS.LGRAH Xr, President. t i f', > W H'.e*!
Andrew Jackson was born has been
had tiled of poison. Mrs. Lovely was pending appeals. Among the resolutions JacKsonville, pi a.McIVER .
placed in the state library. The house
arrested. The case will be taken for a propagating .
was one -
up adopted --
is now owned by J. L. Robman 6 miles BankOF
L from Waxhaw. and 400 yards this, side by the Campbell county grand Jury, committee of 25 to communicatewith and ,Eli Cld.1 The First i National

of the South Carolina line. At 'the tow in session.Lovely had been all other labor unions "that'the
Tarried but three weeks and three shall have a proper championin
time of the bin hot Jackson the cab- masses = GAINED ILl E.
la urs. the next presidential campaign. The ;
; was ownei by George McCamers.
vote on this resolution was claimed as ; ( l 4t?

Deal In Timber Land. a victory for the socialists. \:- ';;;1.- .- .
Took Liniment and Then Died. Big The Only Chartered Bank in Aim" C... f
St Paul. Minn, June :22.-Jfo Inquest Menominee, Mich., June The: Diplomatic Relations Severed.

: I has been held over the body of Kirby-Carpenter: Lumber company hag Belgrade, Servia June 22.-Great FUNERALDIRECTORS. n. iMf

:- B. C. Stepson, of Stillwater, who was closed a deal for the sale of 19,000 Britain has practically broken off dIp- Capital . . . . . . . . . . r .

found dead last Tuesday in a boarding acres of timber land In Grand Rapids lomatic relations with Servia the Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . 't' n

house at Anoka. The Minneapolis parish. La.. to J. E. Bentley, B. W. British minister, Sir G. F. Bonham, -1- Does exclusively a banking bifeiot:: with tasMlMe ej.d /. .&.. ut ..
police have discovered a halfempty Zimmerman, Paul Limo and D. F. .. .....11_
will leave here Monday for England.Tne Have atnlluoct of iCoffis ,Cuketi. and Boiit state. Solicts the accounts of Firtutn, )f... .. .
bottle of horse liniment which lay Clark of Alexandria, La The consideration consul of Great Britain. W. C. suits of every deieription. Special attention! Etc. Interest allowed by special arrstatarfL AI '-
beside the body and it is believed he ii $100.000. Thesiger will take charge of British idioboilftl lerrloei.Embalming. trallllactfd J'"mtIIr.' -.w.Ao-
irack a potion. Interest to Order. 10.17 M. .. tAYMB !.--

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:y CARTER'S POND PICNIC. GAITER VILLE. and an appropriation of $30,000 made CHARTER OF THE CENTRAL.

: or'lLe ezprnres of the eucampmf uta NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA.No. .

I Attindtd S...rl Gaiterville walt visited Sunday by a
it WH Largely of the state troops for 1903 and 100.1.The .

refrrshiug shower which did Ml,5. i
From Ocala Present very new law gives the .
game open
I + Department. Office of the Comptroller
I'; The Carter's Pond picnic Is an annual considerable good to the crops of this WHAT OUR LEGISLATURE DID AT season from November to January 7It.Q' of the Currency.

fwtlval and is always attended inclusive for deer and from Novemberto Fruit. Washington D. C., Jane q,1go3.

t It is rumored that a double wedding ITS LAST SESSION. tlTHEREAS. BY SATISFACTORY ETI-
the and o February inclusive for turkey, '
{f by everybody community I dence presented to the undtmgned, it
will occur in Gaitervillo the first I IActlof Its quality influencesthe has been made to appear that
neighborhoods. quail, etc.
from nearby
i tliitow "TIe Central Xationot '
Sank of 0..1.;
Sunday in July. The party who started selling price.Profitable .
r It was the trystlujj place for many notaries public were legal) located in the city of Ocala in the county ol
the fruit _Marion and sate of Florida has complied with
rumor i U unknown to we butI INTERESTING INFORMATION COMPIL-
..f of the parents of those who wereprtteot ized np to April 1, 1903. growing insured alltheproviMonsol the statutes of the rutted
, thick he bad! but little to do andI onlywhen Mates required to be complied with before aa
: yesterday aud it holds many I ED BY MR. JEWELL OF ORANGE. A change was made in the law releasing i enough actualPotash association shall be authorized to commence the
think if he will consult his watchit businessof Banking, 3
{ cured traditions. the'dower of widows, when- I Now therefore. I. Wimam B. Ridgley Comp 3
, will he time to to bed. troller of the currency,m> hereby certify that
: some of the seats placed between by her taking under the provisions of "The Central National Bank" of Ocala. located R
Mr. J. T. Dusk and wife, accompanied House More Conservative thin In the in the city of Ocala. in tbe county of Marion and
t fant! oaks and originally/ built the husband's will does not barber state of Florida is authorized to commence the

th by Mass At.bie 8.okes, Oaltt f- have become so overlapped by of dower in property not devised or one hundred and sixty nine of the Kerned t
i tot two ville'jj assistant left for Laws Neither Statutes ol the United State.
postmaster enue Military and quantity nor
growth of the trees that they devisable by will. In testimony whereof witness my hind tad
I $e Ozcllo Weduffd%y which place Is Mr. Game Laws Passed-Postal good quality possible seal of office this ninth day of Juae KPV
*only afforJ sitting room for one state was redistricted into without Potash. SEAL] W..1. B. KlbtiLKY.
I no Debusk's home. Miss Staves will Telegraph Admitted to 619 Comptroller of the Currency.NOTICE .
I \: tot other orate have been,I provided eight judicial circuits, thus creatinga .
return July 3. State of Florida. Write for our/ boob
I 'and love making goes on just allt new circuit, the county of Lake giving detuls. FOR PUBLICATION.
Mr. A. W. Bras is
' ago and just as it expected to For the information of he being left out of this, the seventh GERMAN KALI WORKS.:
I cUd twenty years leave Gaitt-rville the latter part of ( peopleof 93.Nuuu St.New York O y.
Department of the Interior, Land Office
circuit. a
hence.It the who honored himas
will twenty years county
this week for Madison county, where Gainesville F1&, June 8, IODJ.
old old ever new and their The act'which gives the Postal a,
the story, representative in the
U his wife baa been for the past two NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB

stet romatic. weeks. Mr. B. anticipates making legislature Mr. W. H. Jewell, of telegraph company access to this state While that picturesque "red and his intention 1lg'uamed to make final settler proof bat U filed lupport notice of ol

It U a beautiful place for the an- his home in that portion of Florida. Orange county, furnishes the Orlando was passed. This gives a rival to the gold harvest feast" at which Easter- his fore claim Clerk and Circuit that Court said proof a: Ocala will Pla be.made on be.

of the people. Sentinel-Reporter with brief Western Union company July ISA,191,1
laW! gathering a reportof ling brothers recently entertainedtheir
We much lose them but
regret very to TH:ANN E. NOBLES of Early Bird. Ha, Hi
It ii near a sandy bottom pond wUb them happiness lu their new the doings of that body.As An act providing for the publication "bands" and their friends at 37416 section for the north half of toutbwot quarter of
U. township is south range cart.
. U almost large enough to be of all laws of a general nature in' Martin He name the following wilne> 19
which home. the legislature has been unfavorably cannot at present be describedas his continuous residence upon and c*cultivation to prove

lake the trees are large some newspaper in each county was of said land via:J. D. Williams of Early
ealild a criticised, following the general a "typical Florida !scene, even Bird
Mr. A. C. Chancy was toHernaudo Fla., Jesse S. Williams, of Early Bird FU, t

t fooaCh to glue It dense shade and a last Saturday to attend the policy of this paper in giving both passed.An that might come to pass, were such Leroy Parker.Williams of Leroy,,of Fla.Early Bird, Pla., Hphrum

,ipaken stand, a dancing pavillion, funeral of his brother, Claude, who sides, we reprint the article : act Vas; also passed authorizing men as these enterprising cantaloupe W. G. ROBINSON

seat.; swings, etc. have been providedfor died Friday moruiug. Mr. Jewell says: county commissioners to employ at kings as common in this state as they 6.9 Riguter.

of those of both labor those held for certain crimes but
the enjoyment Several of the Giitervillites are There were between ten and eleven may some day be-Pimes-Union. CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.In .
and all not convicted. Also an act to prevent t
KIM ages. planning to spend the Fourth in hundred bills introduced in the legislature i

The fine turnouts, the handsome boxing or cutting trees without con- The cantaloupe and melon buyers County Court, Marion County, Ftorida-By
Ocala. Others will stay in Gaiterville of 1903 of which between two the
and beautiful and well sent of owner. Also an act to compile a who visited, Ocala this season County Jndgeof said County:
looking men and take in the picnic at Scoke's ferry and three hundred passed both houses. express. WHEREAS E. C. SIMM'S HAS APPLIED
dressed women, was a matter of cou roster of all Fiorida soldiers in the Indian ed great surprise to find so fertile a court for letters ofadminututioa
which is expected to be a big one. The character of the bills intro on the estate ol John Bunch Jehu Underwoodand
comment. Mexican, Spanish and Civil soil. Stephen Vanzant dcecajid, late el Mid
We hear there is a certain fellow duced or passed in each branch of the County of Marion
\Vf have beard of the beautiful wars. Also an act authorising the These are therefore to cite and admonish all i
who wants two certain young chaps legislative body showed that the and singular the kindred and credit.....of said
KDoretaa of Spain, the darK eyed girlsof tax sales of homes of indigent soldiers lltrotcaafonal.m deceased to be and appear before this Court ODor
to wait upon him at the picnic ou house was more conservative in ex- before
and sailors and their widows to be -
Cadiz the superb women of Greece the iSih
Jajr 01 July, A. D. /w.
the Fourth. We are very sorry to penditures and the senate's action indicated
believe none can cancelled. Also an act authorizingthe E.BIGGS, and file objections if any they have, to the
but we compare Inform you my friend but it will be a teudancy to extravagance. granting letters aa aforesaid, otherwise the
filing of creditor's bills before same will be granted as prayed.
the country girl of ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.
with average a cold da/in! August when they wait Perhaps in one respect the house was Witness my name as County Judge of the
claims reduced to judgment. Alsoan (Office in Gary.Agnew Block.) County aforesaid,this 4th day of June. i*>i.
Florida. upon you. Ha! ha! ha disposed to be more liberal than the OCALA. t FI.ORIDA. ISEAL] K. BULLOCK.
act with words of 6 u 6t County
doing Judge.
The dinner was a sumptuous one away
senate, and this was in relation to D. FULLER
the most enjoyable notwithstanding limitation, such as "heirs," in deedsof It -
and day ,
pensions for Confederate soldiers and I NOTICE.In .
shower. BELLEYIEW LOCALS. land. Also cancelling all void or DENTIST.
an early their widows. About a dozen different Over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala. Fla.

Among those present we noted the imperfect tax certificates held by the the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
bills in this regard were introduced M. THOMPSON.
following: Hon. and Mrs. H. W. Mrs. Tru .Whittilr and baby left state. Also an act to license bicyclesand J Florida, in and for Marion County, la
all of which were referred to the
St. Peters Chancery.
Friday for their home in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. T. Carter regulate bicycle paths. Louisa Evans
Long, Plaintiff vs. Addison Evans Defendant.
with pension committe of the senate and Office over Teapot Grocery. Opp. Monteiuma.
burg after several weeks spent To be continued. ) .-Bill for divorce.
Prof. and MM. J. W. Lyles, Mr. and ( OCALA. FLA.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson and Mr!!. 'True house. These committees held joint IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
Mrs. R.\ '. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. I:. CHASE Addison Evans be and he is hereby required
Whittier 8f8.iou3 and reported a committeebill You know what you are taking. to appear to the bill of complaint>> ia this
Hit Barnett Mr. aud Mrs. Newcome cause on
Mrs. H. C. Xorthey delightfully as a substitute for all these bill When you take Grove's Tasteless DENTIST OCAtA., FLA0ARLOS Monday the 6th Aiy of July,_to D. 29e f.

Barco, Mrs. Moutholou Atkinson, entertained of friends consisting This substitute\ was the most liberal Chill Tonic because the formula is It is further ordered that a copy ol this order
a party be
published once a week for four
Mr J. H. Brooks. Mrs. Kelsey Mrs. L. SIS1'RUNK,
bill weeks tbe Ocala Banner.
ever proposed and passed the plainly printed ou every bottle showing
Mrs. Pratt Mrs.
of Virgil May
Done this .
the ijth day of May A. D. rya!
Mrs. Sellers Mr. B. S. Weathers
house ) S. T
with some: amendments which ISTKUNK.
M. Phaul, Miss Adelaide Webster, that it is simply Iron and Quinine CAIILoS r.. SiBTRfitK. Clerk Circuit
Mr. A. J. Turner, Mr. Mills, Mr Room 1. Masonic Building Ocala. Fla. 5 18 1 Court.
Complainant' Solicitor.
Mr. Chas. Tremere and Master Eu- added to its already generous provis- in a tasteless Corm No Cure, Xo Pay &-j--o3
Hudgens and large delegation of SPENCER
but was cut down and restricted
gene Hardison, at dinner Tuesday.Mrs. Price 50 cents.

young ladies and young gentlemen. Isaac Nichols has again beenon in the senate that when it ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, NOTICE.r

Those prt sent from Ocala were the OCALA 7-8-y FLORIDA.
Mr. Hull's Purchase.
came back to the house substitutewas Big
the sick list the past: week. a Notice of Application for Tax Deed under Se;<

following: left added which simply provides for The details of aa immense deal in tiou 8 of Chapter 4888, Law*of Florida
Three carloads of melons have
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Mr. all widows of Confederate soldiers and phosphate property have been givenout. Jerry Burnett NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. B.
here thus far this week. purchaser of Tax Certificate S,..
and )Ir W. D. Graham, Mrs. Sex- sailors in this By this transaction Mr. Joseph 2207. dated the 4th day of Apnl A. D. i&A ha
residing state since 16&5
Mibs Sarah Bosworth leaves Fridayfor filed said cerufiicate in my office and ha mad
ton and children Mrs. W. I\:. McDonald Merchant for deed
but leaved the Hull becomes the of some application tax to issue in accordancewith
New York, where shot will spend act of 1901 in other respect owner law. Said certificate embrace the following .
and children, Mrs. Batchelder described proner y situated ia Marion
of desirable
the A more the phoephatelands
the remainder of the summer and fcame. deficiency appropriation county Florida towit:

Miss Weathers, Mlaa Dye, Hon. of $70,000 for pensions! was and mine in Polk and Alachua Tailoring; half South of north half of half north of northwest west quarter quarter and cictpt touta

E. L. Carney and the editor of the fall.The 3 acres square in northeast corner tectioa 7. '
passed and a tax levy made for counties.The
pensions ,
sound of the hammer saw Ocala, Florida. townuhip 17 range ao.
Ocala Banner. The said land being assessed at the date of
\ is again heard in the center. Workon of two mill instead: of one mill, trade aflects the mines of the Finest Imported and the issuance of such certificate in the name of

as in the acts of 1901. Phosphoria Phosphate Company, located Domestic Cloths. Dr. E. C. Hood Sr. Unless aid certiorate
Resolutions. the alteratious on the house purchased 0Cuttinga shall be redeemed according to Law Us deed

The /general. appropriation bill at KlDg ford and Phosphoria, | SpecialtyFits will issue thereon oa the 24th day of July. A. D.
The Griner Farm Sunday school by Mr. Tremere for the purpose as 1903.

pawed the following resolutions on of fitting up bachelor quarters is passed first by the senate, carried upwards in the respective counties of Alachua Guaranteed. the Witness 16th day my of June.official A.signature D igoj. and teat the
the death of Mrs. Margaret Jane being rapidly pushed ahead. of 1700000. The house cut and Polk. ()-[g Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Caunty, Pla

little: JOSH. this down about $240,000, but the sen- i i The purchasers are the Prairie Pebble I ,

WHEREAS, God in His infinite wis ate refu-ed to concur in these amendments Phosphate Company, of whichMr. NOTICEIn
dom has called our beloved sister Mrs. until after a conference with Joseph Hull, of Savannah, is the
I Seeds the Circuit Court \ Judicial Cir-

Jtnle M. Little from this midst to her The whole country was interested in the house a reduction of about $:1(1-, I president and general manager. the Kind cuit of Florida in and for Marion County.

000 was agreed As the The consideration, with the good Nartissa S. C.
reward ID heaven. Therefore be it- the president's bear hunt down in : upon passed that Leads Wright vs. Wright.

Resolved. bill carries about $1,500,000: these appropriations will of the company, is given out at cost more-yield more. IT IS ORDERED THAT THE!: UFENDANT.
1st. That the Griner Mississippi last year. Bold by all dealers. S C. Wright be and he is hereby required to

Farm Sunday school has lost a faith exceed any former bill by 134000. The general offices of the ,,1901 postpaid seed free Annul to all appear to the bill ol complaint in this cause oa
The newspapers gave long accounts applicants.D. Mowing the jrd day of August, A. D. /9 l.

ful and loved member. of the president's minutest move about SSOO.OiM, but the excess is for first mentioned company have been .Detroit 4 Co., It is further ordered that a copy of thia orderbe
Mich. published once a week for eight conccutiv e
the state schools. located at St. for the
That while her loss ig irreparable, menta and the names of his hounds Augustine past I weeks in the Ocala Banner.
fhis the 25th day of May A. D. toalSEAL .
yet the influence of her useful life were duly described and catalogued.But A new revenue act was passed and a ten years, and during this period e [ ] S T. SBTIlVSIC.Oerk ,
Circuit Court.
will new license act. The latter includes Maj. Louis McLain has been a prominent
ever linger teaching others to notwithstanding the very lav- By U C.SlaraesL. D L'.
follow several new features others it figure in tbe development of this W. CHANDLER
Christ ; among Com plaiuaut's solicitor.
even as she did. ish preparations and great flourish: of 7 III

:2nd.! That the Griner Farm Sunday weapons every Bruin in the state escaped places a privilege tax upon turpeutine enterprising court rn.

school has lost a useful and loyal the strenuous aim of* the operators of fifty dollars, half goingto At the time of the deal Major Mc- T. MURPHY NOTICE

member that the state and half to the county.It Lain was vice president and general ,
; we will miss her sorely
Rough Rider.In Notice of Application for Tax Deed under Sect
but will bow in is estimated that the license taxes manager, with Sidney Harrison as of
humble submission to this county last Friday with no tion S Chapter 4-&J, Laws of FterMa.

the Father who has decreed that her will increase the state revenue about secretary and treasurer. Machine and IroiWors! 5. '-TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT CHIC
flourish: of trumpets nor extraordinary ) ( l' Wesley Quick purchaser Tai CeitMkateNo.
work on earth is done. $60,000.It Major McLain tends going into 2469 dated the 3rd day of October. A. D.
preparations, Mr. George Pendarvis ; 1598. bas filed said certificate in my office tod
3rd. That we extend our heartfelt will be well for notaries public to the engineering contracting businessand has made application for tax deed to uwte la
killed three ferocious wild bear with-
accordance with law. Said certificate etatoaet
Iron Hrifyt and Ilronzc Casting
will make St. his ,
'ympjthy to her bereaved in notice that they are now required to Augustiae the following described property situated ta
family half of Lake Weir
in a mile and a *: Jlacliine and Pattern :Marion county Florida, to."t" :
this dark hour of affix to their signatures the date: when headquarters.: Mr. Harrison will South half of nowthwest quarter of soutawnt
sorrow. May they and at last accounts was in hot pursuit Shop*: JIarll1enllll Railroad quarter ol northeast quarter, section jj, Uwt
each commission to Norfolk Denver and
let expires under a eithergo or ,
that she has only before and ICepniis. shin 16, range: 2j. ,
gone of three others.If .
The said land being asses d at the fete tf
mal the influences of her Christian penalty for neglect to do no. will engage in other business pursuits 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville the issuance of such certificate in the MOM M
the kill bear
president wants to Arthur Tible. Unless aid certiaeal hal W
life be a light to guide them steadily The money received from the national redeemed according to law tax deed w B {-
he should come to Marion county of A D
thereon on the 24th day Joly W
goveruwent, known as the Mr. Hull will continue to mine the WASTED-SEVERAL IXDCSTRlOCS PER.
onward until I Witness my official signature and ae l tiMa die
they too bhedid fall
as each state to travel for house established
sons in
of A.IJ. [
asleep to awake in the home of the I Quite a large crowd attended the Indian war claims, was appled towards phosphate, having control now of the eleven years and with a large capital to call 15th day[SEAL Jnne] ; T. SIoyitCS,
principal phosphate plants in this upon mercnants and agents tor successful and ft.-9 Clerk Circuit Curt Harwu CwMtjr, At :
Heat. picnic at Starke's ferry Saturday. the payment of the public debt profitable line. Permanent engagement Weekly _
part of the state.-tsavaauah Naval cash salary of fiB and all traveling expenses
4th. That Linadale and Iayvill were especi after paying just chums upon such Review. and hotel bills advanced in cash each week.
a copy of these resolu.lions I Experience not essential. Mention referenceand NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

be ally well represented.Miss fund. ejclose self-addressed envelope. THE
upon our minutes ; A fertile soil and a salubrious climate 27ATIONAM, 334 Dearborn St Chicago. *)+16t
theta All the funds held by the trusteesof ATOTICE 13 HBREBV: GIVEN TO ea..r.
copy be printfd- each of the Blanche Stevens of Ft. McCoy i is a good combination and that is i> ors legatees, distributors and all
Ocala internal improvement amounting haviug claims o"'mlnd. ai.Itoot UK ttiipN.r
papers, and a copy be sent to is attending the normal schoolat what we claim for Marion county. NOTICE. J. A. Perry deceased, ta present Che....M Ift+.
the bereaved to about $300,000 were appropriated to undersigned Administrator within tee scene
parents. Orange I the counties of the state according to Notice of Application for Tax: Deed Under Sec. S-I-8t' J. H. PERRY. AdmiaMtMMrm .
H. A. KCAKEOROUGH, I tion & of Chapter *SSS, Laws of Flcnda.XTOTICE .
Mia. S. A.SCAKBOKOUOH The "stork" has just visited the valuation for the sole use of building .
B. H. LEIT ER, home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kennedyat good roads, and such further proceedsas ** Chambhss purchassr of Tax Certificate So.im NOTICE.
dated the of Aprd. A. D.. 1893. and
Mite VIRGINIA LEIT ER. Evinston and left them a fine little shall arise from the sale of lands Certificate [40[. date August 7. 1899 has filed. In the Circuit court of th ;Fifth Judicial QrwK
IHump said certificates iu my office. and has made application
The boy. This bird in that neighborhood held by the trustees, except the Backi for tax deed to issue in accordance of Florida Marion County.
freight and passenger traffic on with law. Said certificates embrace the follow Mary McAden,Complainant. ..i. L C. YeA_,
the Ocklawaha seems to be partial to boys. In the Everglades.The ing described property situated in Marion I I Defendant
. river baa grown to couuty, Florida to-wit: West half of northwest
" < lach past eighteen months the "stork" has act licensing the carrying of quarter of ol southwest quarter and east half of TT IS ORDERED THAT RG. McADRtfTHJ
proportions that Captain Howard back straight neither will it make northwest quarter of southwest quarter section 1 defendant herein named.be and Ku heiw

kU visited many homes in that neighborhood fire arms was restricted to those thump leg long but it feeds soft bone I 73, township [ range n. required to appear to the bill of coniW"t In
" warranted in putting on all three diseased bone and is i The said land being assessed at the date of the said cause on
of his but at of them has leftmWDNIYCURE twenty one years of and over. among issuance of such certificates in the name of !
ateame none age the few genuine means of recovery in f part unknown and J. V. Burke. Unless said -Vundaitht6thd.ni of July, A. J. AK.
. Acts were passed defining the gradesof rickets and bone consumption. certificates shall lxredeemedaceordtngto< law. It U ordered that I copy of this order lie pak S
1I1..s Send few free sample. tax deed will issue thereon on the jist day of lished once a week for four consecutive wee .
J Sue Milligan, of Daisy, U at- instruction iu our public schools SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, J July,A. in the Ocala Banner. ,
Ming ; J 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. s"ni7onicial signature sad seal thisthe Doue this the 7th day oBII', A D.spa3

i | M8 the summer normal ''at Or- and of certificates for teachers. SOC.and$1.ao;ill droEgisa.. 23rd. day of June,.A,D.S.1903.T. SISTRUXK. H. w.[SEAL CHANDLER] S. Clerk T. Sa3TRCNK Circuit Co:. its .

. Springs.if Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right The new militia law was passed .. 6 26 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Complaints SWicitvrt a 44t-


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: a Florida is Afflicted Colleges. with Little I 4 I "IIIrt" "114P1111f4" "1141" "P11f" ."I11" "1"1t11" "lttl" "11" "fiI"PI" "11"1"1"1" 1 "i1" "11" " .

Florida i U sadly afflicted with little .....
colleges whose existence has created R -r- i ....
something of a college 1 en:ion roll I -e
which U i nothiniz more or leas than a : ABE JAKE
constant: increasing and at the same ,
time sympathetic drag upon the slate ;
treasury, it is hardly probable that ,

tho-e tax payers who censure will be among the chief the executives list of 1': I TEA POT GROCERY

1I I ...
{ fir cutting down all but the current ....
I expeutei of tbe-e iustitutions. -_ ...
. It id-.bad that feo many little colleges .........
in the state should have a claim upon --
the treasury! department,or that they
should have ever been established and
allowed to grow to such size and age I Don't Take Chances

ft* to make K.difficult and expensive
either to allow them to continue to .....
grow and become a greattr burden b

assistance and require,or yearly to discontinue greater financial the maJority g With cheap goods of any kind,

and lose what has been e1pt'u-:

'. ded.With two high grade,well managed IE Particularly with food stuffs. p --

and well equipped colleges Florida .
WOUld be well bupplitd in the college a ....
1 a ..
line;as many, if not more students aPr .....

:. could be individual conveniently cared and for,at at far no ...- .:."':.-::_. ;f'l- "" >__':!L. '::' ; :!.'"'::"""__-., -:::;;:" ''r:: ;:::-. ".:.;':., ,"- :... ...... .-...
greater expense a t.I .....
lead expense to the state, but under -n
the present system, there are so many a- ..........
asking for and requiring liberal do

nations, none can receive what shouldbe | r i :: HE BEST are the most nourishing, go Vi
the share of a really fir"t-elasi college tlII-- I -.
a- .
,and as a result,all are kept in a i .
cramped condition, but little re rte '-J 3
moved,in the eye of the public, from : further, and are therefore the least ex- c 3
the average high school. ---- : i -O
a- ...
When quality in Florida colleges ..........
takes the place of quantity; when ::::. pensive, In looking for good goods at =
two or three first class colleges be- _
come successors of six, and in doing r -...

away run strictly with the upon preparitory a college grades basis,are depending E low prices we have a large volume of talk to -S.-S.

upon the county high schools a ..y
to instruct in all grades below the a'S.
.'. Freshman class, then will we have E convince you of the value of what we offer;
educational in.itructiotH; that we! can d- and'4
ably and cheerfully support, and in .--
the existence of which take -cI
we can
pride, but until then will we be haunted E one of the strongest arguments is found in the 3

by their apparent insignificance ram-- ...
Y Gadsden County Times. -4

Interesting To Asthma Sufferers. -:a':- stock itself, You will be pleased with what you -Se

Daniel Dante, of Otterville, Iowa, a'
writes, "I have had asthma for three I a ...
or the four cough years and and asthma have tried cures about in the all find at our store; pleased with the courteous :: ,
a ....
,; market and have received treatment ........
from physicians New York and --
othes cities, but got very little benefit treatment you will receive and with the.:substantial =
until I tried Foley's Honey and: Tar,
which gave me immediate relief,and a --AU.
I will never be without in my house.. -
I sincerely recommend it to all." E. saving that will help in your rainy day .

Post! Office Drug Store. m a-..... -
: Something The letter About e occupies the tetter an unique"E." I E, fund y CWe buy in large quantities and take advantage / :-:

aa .....
place in the alphabet. I I II -..
It is never in cash and always in j ::
debt and never out of danger,,yet the !! ...... of all cash discounts this enables us to 34
foresaid letter i ia never in war, but al-1 I a -
ways in peace it is the beginning of''! a- 44

existence; the coaimenceinent'of ease! i i = meets] all legitimate competition ur stock is -
,, and the end of trouble.'ithout it I! a- --
there would be no gospel, no father, f -- -S.
no mother, no brother, no sister, no :I i .....
borne, no heaven, no hell.-Gonziles i iTex. I E.....:. kept fresh by quick sales'T We run an exclusive 3
( .) Inquirer i I II 0--
Constipated Bowels. !: .a.......
To have good health, the body :::: grocery store should be kept in a laxative: condition a 1-4
anti the bowel moved at least ouce a i ir i -
.day, to that all the poisonous wastes i! a 4 .
are expelled daily. G. L. Edward, : a- anything new comes our way if it is

Hi Main street, Wichita, Kan., writes"I I I .. ,44J
have used Herhine to regulate the -
liver and bowels for the past ten years i, E good we take advantage of itAThe goods area 1
and found it reliable:remedy; 5tk at '! cs---. .. "
Anti-MoLopolv' Drug Store m I: a- ._--

j fi Florida's Crops, : =CD--= r here to show for themselves: :\Ve also handle 1 -4-4

An uninterrupted stream of news of <: ,...... ...
good crops and good money comes in I I -4
1 I from the pre Nj of the state of Florida.'I I I all kinds of feed stuff such as hay, grain, Purina c -4
It is useless to deny the fact that I -
a -
Florida is on the move and it's not : -4
just one part of the state or a few i 1 : mule feed cow feed bran cotton seed meal etc, --4

;, favored spots, but the whole state 1[ I a- kS -.lita
reports better times and everywhereare I .-IIII
signs of tncouragt'ment.-Punta'' i .. .- ia -...
I lY' : .l''f'.iE )
: :" ---.5Ifs; ::;'::: !t' .I&7J T. 'i ;"'> .c;; .J
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full line of Whiting's fine station-j : -4
ery may be found at Tydings & Va I >4
drug store. All shades and qualities I : THE TEA POT GROCERY.III
1 are included in our stock. 4 O--

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Gainesville, Cordele and Valdosta :E A. BROWN & BRO Proprietors.
have formed a base ball league to be
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Down the Southern League. A. a .-till.....
J.McArthur,of Gainesville,is president .. .,.."

', jDf the of same the leagueland city,isaecretary.| C.R. Layton, 4 ,.," " " " " " " " " .


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